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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13,1919.
REPUBLICANS SEE SUCCESS IN STATE oomrwnn ro rot on. m. Tolwd fha ntlm.nl . of tna mawttnv wh.n ha darlarad that ihj dtatrkrt would to republican In ina nmrt aaeUon with any r.putaMa ri putllaaa tMU nnmlnatad. ""; irantaa tna leaiua """ J paralraa H." oned Jaroaa Maboa of Wlaml. In nta addraaa. Tha dawn of new day I" mv waa tha Colon! J H. H. Oonb of K.ulp. nw In the alartton raiurna f tha p" . trlot ICorana Urnn Interpreted tha rtetory na eapraaatnn mttment of the amlre a'ata '"' the dictatorial, eotnoratlc attempted I. edarahtp of Woodrow Wlleon ami Ma afjurw to forca ua Into me jama Ft. Plfira. democrat, aid Haaardleea of former party affili ation, whan tl oomaa lo flotation of Amerlcanlam we ara randy to lay our party Ilea alda." 0 ler of Vlnlta, Henator K. T. Wood of Claremore, John O. Mltrhell. Henetor N. V. V. Kranchot of Nrw York, Jamea A Veaeey, aor. Hrhwabe ol NdWtm, Hlrd f. Mr Outre and AtT J. Nile war. other promln.nt man In Oklahoma polli loal Ufa who addreaaed tha ban quetere. ARREST ?EDS IN NORTHWEST oormrom mo tkan w. 4rtakera aid (hay would not loeh tha body. No inuM aw examined at tn rnquaat. Tha Jury returnM Ha rfrdiel tmntadlalalr after II had aramlnnd tha body Juatlre of the rrere Cherlea P. Heaa eooeplad tha TrJ!ct wlthnnt pommant. Twenty-all ellerad I W W. were In lha lty Jail hara and ha iwl ewvaty Jail at ChahaJIr. near bar, tonlahl awaMInf haarlno on eharfaa, lha met nfttar of whkMi haa not ) detartnined. On wom an wa amont tha prlaoneM, Henna Allan, Bounty roiettln tlnrniiv ImlMV a II lull n t art ' II '"'l nlnahnm, a i"fi i,,n'', "" " wiant pro''ulor to bii In Ilia rMra nanlitw. h i" im' f)f (tin it irlmiiM. hii ':nl.i.l lion lonluhl rllrlifd '"' AmHf-Mn ,'iMfiMii ihrM ar- wnlra on Hwl. otir M"n''n'"' """ hmln and otia Klnn T" riiu"nii- lly of tha otlifra 'H I i " "" jnanifxl. WAflMINilTON, Nov 12 -At-tornny (ltirrl I'nlniar niM today no ordur had bn -nt lo I f nr'own' of Juatlra khii t iirivnl an I. W. W. propifaii.i.i m. i.j Ik ii in In' northwrat Ikthujh' tlm diarifii-iit eould not art imdir prom-iu Ium un til Mima ovrrl ao t (Mil lnn committed. Ilrotlur and Sinter Arc Serimmlfi Hurt Wfun Struck lly Cat (tin Mi "! Hihr Hf'. 2' nt -'IV I MM HMtn .frtx-t flf triMimir i(tjuf"ft '-n lf'ai An t'lfi.n.uiti lrifn lr M l M r ' I t , f Ml i t ati. ilr I Afhor ftti, )cPMf tftilP a (Will ft S" o It .w witfj hia gitt-r rroiklnf I1. 4 l'ilri'',lifi 'l Aflitr ti(J tmur w.in Ihfv iirnrli Uj lh ar sift I drown rfffftl fi i. tn t r V... . .li.'l . fr-l..f.-l ...HI ri'l tint fU rvgklt r,pi.i' itii"l (of i.v.rftj Konri . l-h. . rriri.l In ft t.ry rriir) ! l Mlun I) f h',p.ll ftt tm.''nl. '..I I'irlil la In rtn4it n( th TI:om.n'l hrnli.r Vrrt r.lrol.am In 4 JO Ural AriJrr ilrft.l T,.i.i.,.i,M i.iiu for ihn month of ii'tolirr m now ilu" and tnuat h li.il.l mi iff tifnr Hit H'h. Hnirh wi.iim lu ll T !i-ili"iin I n -A'lvt Sim wi r l ! n vi ni-i- on ')i man ah lovrd h' Al'.'-a Jnynr'a (treat I.lil'irn 'Tt; V l-ii r. or Itiirnnd ' Mt iti Klalio Hiinlav A ncir(ul .Irmnii'ialinn of Hex 1 1 par h k rat novnl Ailvt. Kh wnrk.t r.vpnf n on lha man nh lov. Why' e Allra Joyraa r real pl.-ture. "Tha "V Imrard" at ma nmno ""., '.oweiftil drainii'liiiHon of 1'pnt h'a ; ' n"Vl Adv. ME FOR THE GRAND HOW ABOUT U7 For The Lightweight Championship of The World John J. RUlr, Promoter, PreMnta BENNY LEONARD ( Light wifht CKarnpion of the World) IS ROUNDS TO A DECISION VS. 15 ROUNDS TO A DECISION JIMMY DUEFY Log icl CotiUnder for th) TitU CONVENTION HALL MONDAY 1 7 NOVEMBER 1 Heat aaUo M 101 Wrtcht Bldg. (ixitrrwJ Admtaalon fl; IUwaral HMUa. $1, ud tl.M. Ringiida Sat. $10.00 HIGH CLASS PRELIMINARIES At lip Suits and Overcoats That will plcaae the mont particular drcHsers at prices that ure lower than th Htimu quality clothing a pi'llinff for elewhero. A visit to thin store will con vince you that you can still (Irons well and athn pconomical price. All wool materials, neatly tailored and the very lateBt styles. SUITS, $2S. $31) AM) W OVERCOATS, $1 TO $35 Holmes Clothes Shop 223 SOUTH MAIN My old standby Sloan's Liniment! km ALWAYS bandy, always willing, al ways faithful! In the thirty-eight years we've known each other, not ooce have you failed to relieve my aches and painsl And I've had many of. them to test my confidence io von. ' Way bark there in the old days when we first became friends, I remember how you proved yourself by pcruirating without rubbing to the sore spot', relieving Hie congestion and promoting blessed relief. You haven't faltered, Sloan's Liniment not once during the years that have intervened. You have constantly helped relieve the ojlcr-effecls of exposure, the sharp patns and the dull aches, the musiles so often made sore by toil and strain, the joint' ttijfruss from over-exertion. And you've performed your work so economically, so cleanly never any poultice or plaster mussiness or stained skiri. No wonder I always keep you handy where, at the first sin of a pim or ache, I call on you and you promptly come to my relief! I'm proud of the fact that we are known as Old Friends! O Id friends Rttommend Sloan's Liniment Sloan' t Liniment, the Counter-Irritant, Relieve Practically all Aclies and Pains Caused by Congestion. A cut - Rheumatism Iidckaihe Bruises Chilblains Chronic Rheumatism Cold Feet Cough Cra mp or the Relief of Headaches Hoarseness Inflammation Insect Bites InfluenM Ijxme Back Lumbago fosUltn Bites Muscular Rheumatism Neuralgia Sciatica Sprains Strains Stiff Neck Swelling Tender Feel Toothache Throat Trouble All Druggists 3Sc, 70c, $1.40 II Tlheo Worlds 1 rrnom A Keep ii handy .4... A aaaaaa r The Home of the Overcoat Topcoats, Light Overcoats, Leather Coats, Ulsterettes, Ulsters and Fur collared Coats. Styled and tailored by- Society Brand & Stein-Block Coats for any brand of weather, for any type of man for the banker, the business man, the young fellow, the school chaps and at the price you egg to $1.50 wish to pay Fur Collars A beautiful fur collar of Beaver, Taupe Nutria or Hudson Seal will wonderfully improve the looks of overcoat. . . $35, $60, $75 EJ I V to a" r1 '1 mi )5HE best bred horse in every race la always up yonder. The Also-Rans are away behind the winner. See how Spur Cigarettes are galloping in the lead. Judge 'em by that good old tobacco taste. ludee 'em bv their hich-breed- ing. Smoke all you want of 'em. They're right. Judge 'em by their class and form their smart package of brown and silver three fold to preserve their delicious taste and fragrance, i They're not pasted but crimped. Eurn slower and draw easier. You'll know Spurs for a winner the minute the dealer trots 'em out Try them now. 20 Spurs