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TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, NOVEMRKR 25,
feORE SAYS VOICE
OF PEOPLE RIGHT
i - i a
What the rresiaem oaa
1 ?iln
J feet Blind Senator.
m..vj...r mmh tutmmnahl him
. Juer in III" cmui of Henatnr
Thorn .' ....,( . Ih iriu-
KJaT'"'" ' n interview with .
117a ,,...r!.T durluK hla vIhII to
Vol an- 111,1 "" '"',rr ,n"
foi Ihf trt'niy .1' a.llm k In Hie aenat
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tun tlllli- I'nir i-
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,L ,ul l..i ''"! ri.il.lrm of the
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emir c t in (;. -n n
invite ill--'"'' "" , ,.
AmrU-:.n I ! Oml r.-K,ir.lleM of
J.,,., IlleV IHVi.r .l.ry mi
"m ... . ,., who Ih firm In his ecn-
for them when It broomna nrmiry.
IMac-urauia; llm actum of the adn
ata on the peace ir.it) and lha
leaii of natli. na. the senator de
clared that he' t.rltewit that h..th
ItleM erf rcintv In ruinprumlx unil
ratify the treaty until the letter of
lha prcHdlcnt wim unnounceil.
"That crjaluliieil the lunula of the , I 'he enne
aenatv aluiiK party Ultra. The if mi It-'
Henna l.ecame ImliKhant nnil annul
firmly fur the rrat-rvailona. while the
(IriiiocratJi ol.rye.1 the onler anil
vol cil uirainat the treaty. Wh.tt the
future action on the matter will l
I do not attempt to predict."
re of the liui nea In which he In I
now rnKUftet it one of the a t ve f
tlirectoia of the Sinclair ml cm
pany. On hi piea.-nt ltl he will H'l
the oil f.cliln df t Klii'lioitiii
i.ii'l Liuilttiaii.t. lie In n kii.'i at ill.'
lioine of l K. t'rawle). 17:13 South
Ulorjr Mrn H.ineii TViiilgM.
Memhen of the Virmry l.atn'inn
cli.h, cnn.eed of former m'l . in
men headed hy .ei;eant A linldeii.
of the miirln.'H. ulll enmc theli (iim;
Tel at ! Victory carnival ilancc loniKht il
IU I ! South Moulder The 'Inioc i
f a neii.'M Hull will he i;lin
a rimt
hy the oi iianixation.
DR. ALLISON
HoiirN It it. in. to ft p. hi.
141 2 Et Third Street
Telephone Osiii;i MS 7 'J
ROOSEVELT RETICENT
('plain Jlcrc on Oil HiuilnrMi anil
INx a Not H Mi hi Talk ItCKartl
IllK rolltK'n 4UCHt of CrawU-y.
"Juat here lo atudy the ol bua !
tieae Have nothing to a.iy concern-I
I nit poll! lea "
1'nplaln Archie HooHevell, while,
friendly to newapaper tnei, aiur
cntly doea not l.ke t . he IjaervVwa-l,
for whea) Hcen hy it Woil re(.orier
Mopdny. had little In any cnncernlnit
hlma.'lf or uffalra of Hlute. lie ur- J
rived here Sunday
filii'e l.elni! irlened from the
army the cap'nln haa l.een 1 1 1 ri or I"
famillarKe hlma.'lf Willi the inttlca-
IF (dB
ttThou Art the Man"
!
' !
Een David was unable to conceal his
sin from the prophet, and no one today
can escape his responsibility to God in
the matter of sending the Gospel to the
Countless millions of earth who have not
vet heard it. 1 he ' !
.1
Hi) 7C m :n vt iimmtifti
Which seeks to raise in cash and five
year nledjres tUn sum of .S75.(K)().0()() for
i r-i . - - '
the extension of God's kingdom at home
and in all parts of the world, is the an
swer of Southern Baptists to this world
need.
i
This drive is based upon a comprehend
sive program prepared after a 'careful
survey of the field, home and foreign, and
every interest in the kingdom is in
luded.
pillions for the Master
will enable Baptists to begin to tlo
ds work in a worthy way. Get in
touch with the Baptist church in your
immunity and line up for j
Victory Week, November 30-Dcccmbcr 7
This Space Donated T)y
BIFF! BANG! EXPLOSION!
FOLLOW THE CROWD
. Bend the Corner Third and Boulder, Go South
Bend the Corner Fourth and Boujder, Go North
See what it has done to prices on entire stock of the
Snider'H Pork and Ik-ans,
15c value, r
dozen J)Aa'iD
TOMATOES
Tomatoes, .solid pack, Hale
Leader, lfc
value, doz.
BROOMS
,$1.25
value ". . . .
t
$L50
99c
15c
CRACKERS
20c and ISc
packaged
Spaghetti and Macaroni,
Golden Affe, 10c
Value, pktr lC
SOAPS
Crystal or Hob White
20 bars $1.38
f0 bars $3.25
100 burs $6.00
dependable quality
PUMPKIN
Carnation, ISt
nine, tlo. . .
store
$1.50
T i U 59R
,Vi
SOAP
1'. G. 'Naphtha
20 burs $1.50
r.O bars $3.60
100 bars $7.00
WE HAVE SOME SUGAR
W. W. NEWSUM GROCER COMPANY
311 SOUTH BOULDER
REDUCING SALE ALL THIS WEEK UNDER SUPERVISION OF SPECIALTY
SALES CONDUCTOR
- i rnmt - " . '.
Cranbrrrics, 2 qt 35c
Celery, large bunches, 2 for 35c
Head Lettuce, lb 35c
Tomatoes. 2 lbs 35c
Cabbage, pcf lb 20c F'8. Per Pk 25f
Dates, per pltg 30c Oranges, doz 30c and 60c
PEOPLES EXCHANGE
111-113 EAST FIRST STREET
H
SHOES
TURK BROS.
einovai Sale
is brinerincr crowds from miles around to save money on Dorothy Dodd,
J. & K., Red Cross and other Ladies' Hih-Rrade Roots, also Flor-,
sheim and Ruster Rrown for Men and Children's wear.
4
A few lines that we arc closing out will be reduced below factory
cost, but all high-grade lines will be sold at a discount.
Taupe, Brown and
Cray
Military Heel
Boots
Brown Button Boots with
Welt Sole
$.150 Ladies' Hose in plain silk or
lace, brown, white and Oft
black, go at
$1.50 Ladies' Tweed ie Spat in Cray,
Taupe, Field Mouse and all the new
est shades; Removal C?0
Sale price $6.VO
$150 Men's House Slippers in best
grade leather soles; He- C?0
moval Sale price ......... iLt9 lo
$2.50 Ladies' House Slippers in pink,
blue, gray, orchid and all the newest
Christmas"' numbers; He- U?1
moval Sale price PA.O-J
$0-00 Men's best Work Shoes in Elk
Hide soles and Soft Calf Skin Up
pers; Removal Sale ,
$0.00 Roys' or (Girls' Ruster Rrown
Shoes; Removal Sale JjJJ
$10.00 Ladies' or almost grown Cirls'
Military Heel Hoots in white, gray
or mahogany go at Remov- OpT
al Sale price of PU.Otl
$10.00 Ladies' full Louis Heel Roots
in dark brown, gray or taupe; He
moval Sale price . $(.85
cil
$12.00 Ladies' Highest Crade Mack.
Kill Hoots in High I mis Kid-covered
Heels; Removal Sale
$10.00 Ladies' highest grade kid
Roots in Suedes, Satins and Com-
bination Patent and Satins; Remov-
Ha!i:':r":: $12.00
$18.00 Ladies' lied Cross Hoots in
hand-turn soles and full Louis Heels,
blacks of shoe soap, kid, vici, patent
with kid tops and button. Styles in
brown kid. Removal C?1 QC
Sale price &LO.OO
$12.00 Men's Rent Crade Dress Shoes
in all lasts from the extreme English
style to the Hroad Comfort style.
Removal Sale price gPJ
ti t
$10.00 Men's High Crade Hoots in
welt soles and heavy viscalized calf
skin uppers; just the thing for oil
field work or hunting; (1fl ((
Removal Sale price .... v1""1'
$0.00 Men's Rubber Hunts in good
iir'wlii -1 1 1 1 V 11 I- T.'iiiii i ! I 1J1
...y.v , . , ...........
Sale price
$10.00 Ladies' high grade Rumps and
Oxfords in kid or patent; !?
Removal Sale price PU.OtJ
$10.00 Patent Leather Oxfords in
hand-turn sole with a Satin (juarter;
a new fall number to be worn with
i.1".'1:' $0.85
Silk-workfil Ey'lctH,
Satin Quarter
lurry pair of Shorn in the hoimc ha lun ruluad no you u ill not be disap
pointed at thin Removal Sale. , .,, ,
TURK BROS.
Tulsa's Largest Shoe Distrihut tfS
318 SOUTH MAIN
Red
(rm
Shw
v
mm
All
$3;85
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