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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, NOVEMRRR 5, 1020.
'Tutsans Tell Why They Think Oklahoma Went Republican T t dtsfcUst with tliu pnst'nt partisan nd- tvinilPlS OCU JJliUUUU iwiu , ininisirnuim or m'c nftiilis.' O - As Dvie Uausos over hml. rnnklriK with"VaslilpBton, i fc.u,mn.u. Thc wwc tiled vt Mncoln nnd Hunsrvrlt." uik up iho gold.' W. Val Jrnn lilddlsntt! "I ullll .mi us proud an over of my vote ns n . C, W, Ilrewr; 'Don-llRlite DEMOCRATS DISAGREE Factor That Swung State for Harding and Ilarrcld Or .'nil dlssntlsfnctlnn with the tin t'ti.vtlon of President Wilson, ,, t rlarlty f thfl league c.f tin- KI1' '"4UC a"d tt l,cllrU l"11"11" ni.v deal in I'lo niimrnu- In like all ottHT states 'vhlch uro fri'o from projudli p, In snfrly American, Thu spirit which (ou ii.xpr(Mdoii In tho Aidmoru moh nnd In the Rovernor who npproved Its actions stiitids re- limited mid condemned as llunni; no pliii-p In our lair stnte. The dee i Iaratlon ot Indrpendriity' and the ... ' constitution nro supreme within our RpHcVC National Landslide IS hordeis; the Warn anil "tripes tint-' . . I lor ill Iho lireezo . thn rmttonnl em- Mem ngninst which the forces of In ternationalism shall not prevail. The fivlsh of party no Ioniser rules; elan appeal Iiiih lost ItH force; Amntlcuti Ism In milltatitly ti lumphant!" S, C. Maxey! "It was tho Influencn of Gore followers which ran iho vote for Mnrrcld over that for president llnrdlntt. (lore has lived In tho I'plted States too lotlR and Is too well known for any man or set of men to nttack his Americanism, And when Kcott Frrils did this In the sen rfltO .... nff.ilra of tho statu Is en- " ,. ,, 11,,it. I when Kooit l'rriis ui(i tnis in tno sen- fra,, ascribed by Tulsa republicans nlorn, rmarles. (ho path was made inn in reason wny mo sinie n n f,. thousands or norc support 1 Wn. 1li-.llt- i ! . - ... hi.', u,n Id In a series of Interviews senator.". B V 11 " ... ..I , n't. I . .. lMn.,l1'H ,...! ftM 11 I d by WOriU iriuiiei liiuio- uruity join.-.-.; iitiin i n lutui "m i the president wiih tho result of the I)i morr;itH Interviewed cencrally ! socialist vote. When the final re iir! the r suit to the republican land ' ports are In from the socialist vol . .t nimnu ilm ..iilrM.ln riklnhnnm. It will bo seen that ,!," inn . .. .... ., ' t, ., (i, ,,l1Ut vnln for Delia wiry kiji iiiv-i .....w.i , "'""""' wan irniinrerrpii in tiiiin-iu umi nwi Iho socialist candidate. Tho rnnscil. wiey say, . ' l' " . . t ..1. ........ In ., n at !r ' I oesire mi n ii.n.ih .. fr,,, . policies ever so orten. i i ndmlnlstrntlon ilemocrats. how-,-vrr e reasons that were entire ly in Hue with thoso expressed by the rinubllranH. Hrro Is what Tulsans have to sav fllM.ut the election ns applied espe r iMy o Oklahoma: K Sinclair: "There nro two or I'c lesions that may.be learned fnm this victory. One In tit v "0 pfonle of the I'nled Htaes believe In a democracy, but not In on 1 .iimrr.ii-v whether national or local. f'hev are not satisfied with the man- V .1... 1...l..a. l,n rrr in wnicu im' i.un.n.n-. h.n t'nlted Slates hrtH been carried On by the democratic party: ineir conu rttnee is In the republican party and thev look to It for a chance." T J Hartman: "The republican vlrtnry In Okl.lhnroa. will he n stlmu Innt to future politics In tho state. It shows hereafter Oklahoma will not he onesided In U political n-pert It will brim? nbout m"' nnd better competition by causlnR better men, both deniocrnts and re publl. ans, to seek political office wlth'n and from the state." J M nerry: "I think the country demanded a change and that It snoke unanimously at the noils, There has been a ReneraV- feellnr; of dlssnsls-) fartlon and I am satisfied the cbunfe , will brine bcitcr conditions all f around " i Horace Hatran: " think the re- j pnhllran victory should not be at-' trlbuted to local cnrrtlltlons. The same conditions that exist In Okla-j homa prevail In all other states In the union, tlowevcr. I look for n 1 reaction In Oklnhonia two years from now, when I believe the demo- i crats will find victory much m', , cadly calned. " W O. Huck: "I nm mlirh'r clad j to !ee Oklahoma pro rennhllenn. ( Cond'llons In .the stile Indicate that a chance as deslrabl that It Is a neceslty. I haven't, had lme to rend the nevsnapers and tfet tho d tails, but It appears that tho vlc orv l almoi romplele." ' Vernon Penman: "The orilv wav 1 fleure It out Is like th" Other hovi. I took for a reaetl,ii within th" next year. The bovs In Tnl.i eojinty and over the stnte did oot n-oi-k ns hard ns they should nnd I believe this re publican victory will cauo them to perfect a better ornanbTMon nnd wnrk harder two venrs from nw i We kunw Hint a, lot of demorrnt" ' thU vmr voted Hip reniiHIenn tletot strnleht but we do not anticipate this wl'l hannen iitjatn " R. O. I.lnco: "The learnie of na l"n was tho chief lsue, but nonte derided to voto tho republlenn tlept straivht. or nearly strnleht and thus chance tho present order I nttrlnute tne success In Oklahoma . In no small mcasuro to the tlrcless ness nnn teamwork of the state' workers. This Is tho first time the reniihitcans of Oklahoma navn really worked together wholo heartedly. And the victory Is not entirely a re publican un, for w rcalljio that rnAny deniotrats, desirous of a fflnce, votfrt with us nearly all the wy throuch," Mayor T. 11. KvanH: "It was n mot wondorful victory for thoe who wanted to see a chanco In politics. Oklahoma's Jump Into the republican column Is a good omen, and I bellevo after tho new adminis tration ),nh local nnd national, has had an opportunty to show what It '" do, Oklahoma will romaln re puh'lenn." Tat Mnllny. "Tho republican vlr "ry In Oklahoma was generally ex pected 0er the nation In th" s.ate n"' at nil. .-Nobody can accurately anatvre ,he result. Vni ,nn hni eountlepn reasons, cninblne.i to brlnr abmit th victory. Not thn least of, no tnnny reasons was tho tMiuntry'r tmmlitakahlo wish for a ehanre I'1 nouimc more. The majority has1 -r-Ktn, and Its win. on every Im vort ft it i..ue should bo L.trrkd out " A Va"dev-r: v. Ion-w """d hv the linros" n' th" A"or' ti.cv i,i n P-nnp jtf,p na idn,inl,trlon so tbfv nts' ' VOte.l c,nn,.,, t Jn u(ll, Ta-u- "'" vo'ed a utrirjht tlrbet b" ni'M. hev wnnlpil to voe for th' ""'"-M republican eainiMntes nnd "" v "-ere afraid If thev tr'cd to ""i' h their bni0t It nit ht be Mi-own out. I thlr-k ti'al partlallv -lrr.,,.,,!,, for tno r,.nhICal, victor in the stnte nnd cjuntv" H. II Iwlfl: "I hHtove hc reniili 'lean vlrtory in Oklnhooin wi'l lavc a rnn, effct on tho stto' future e'ow'h nnd prosnerltv. Tho Jcnder fblo of tho demoernMe nri'-tv In the state hns not been In the lief Irter est of the teon'o In rco'-al " Mrs Prnnk Seioip: "Tho republl tein v'ctorv In Oklahoma wss ctuiMed pnrtlnliy i,y those who were Indlc "itit nt thn manner In vhleh na tional nffntrsi hav0 been conducted nrd who wnpted to make n cWjio sween ttt their protest ml-ht not lm nMHi!ndori00,i or nnt fv rnm prehendod bv tho democritle lend T It was a man-eioiin vl"torv" Judire .Tom ok T. nl""s- "I'nder Ii'lnc cntises In mv lud'iWnt weroi I'lrst. thn ilete-mlmtlon of the neo ''" to renudlntn the leapue of tin. t'ons nnd o nvntl ontnnptpment In the dnmertlo ,oncorns of the world second tho ileslrn to ennder'n net' ent forever the nsiwiMon nnd ev. erlso of niitoc-n'lc nownrs on the hn't of the executive nod n retni-ii t ""lo.,oi fovernnienfi third enst for thn socialist catuil snchllst voto added to the already overwhelming retiubllcnn vote ac corded llardlnC and envo Unrrold the cr'nter lt'nd." It. S, Sherman' "Indications nro that there will bo continued prosper ity nnf an adjustment of thin?" ?en erallv inthcr than tho panic which has bectK predicted." W. I. Williams- "Tho Republican victory camu nbout ns a ce.neral dls snt rfnctlon with conditions. This has beerr'nttrlbuted to the misrule of the democratic administration, but as n matter of fact Is thu trend of the times." firoy C.irroll: 'Tho verdict of the vast majority seems to ho over whelmingly In favor of tho repub lican party nnd Its policies. It Is one of those Inexplalnahlo things brought about li conditions." Harry Campbell: "I nm laboring under focllngtt mingled with sorrow Mid curiosity. I am curious to know what tho republicans will do to bring ibout better conditions." Robert W. Kcllough: "It was a Tlorlous victory for republicanism. Mr. Harding will be ono of the great 22' presidents the I'nlled Hlntea, has. !. ninernl. A.wl ... frt.. ll.u t,,nitii, ,.f I OKIUIIOIIUI Wun i II PUDIIOUII IHI.IU..I' i ntlons we cannot keep oik of It. mi! 11 vnttil to He In in ininds ot iliv tuattor which party Is In power." P"'lie Unit a . lmnK is n;lBil. "' .. .. . ,'pooplo aro KlApptiii; tho Wllaotiuni ... a ,. . 1 n , 1,tt III., 1., k 1 1 1 tisc'l i' n t Itiu sl y bellevo In thn will of 'he majorlly, nnd, nlnr a vast and numberb'stt majority has spokon In no uru citnln terms, I most gracious ly bow in humble subtnlsslnrf. The mat tnnjorlly of Amerban neonle have decreed that there must bo n hange In the political atmosphere.' arid that decree hait been written upon the ballots and sprend on roe 'Til. As a lenl American I shall do everything Incumbent upon me' to .insist the Incoming national, stale and county administration, to uphold me majesty of tho law, and thu glo rious traditions of our country; to tnnko tho I'nlted States a bettor country In which to live, and to tiihlllxe and continue! the unprece dented prosperity which happily Is our portion nt thin time, nnd lait, but not least, to engender and In culcate In the minds of all our peo ple an unvarying and undying devo tion to the land of the free nnd home of tho brave America." A. A. Davidson: "Dlsnntlsfftctlnn generally with contlltlmiH lu-mii-lit nbout the overwhelming republican vlciory. The woman vote slt-o was n "tiong factor. The women of the country will never vote for uny Ismie wlilfh tnay involvo this country In difficulty with foreign nations." llotijamln V. Rice: "The redemp lon of Oklahoma from misrulo Is practically nccompllithcd. Success gives courage and the republican will elect a stale ticket at the next election. (lood men will bt. willing to run .'or office nn honest business administration of state affairs will follow, (iieat credit Is duo the busi ness men of America m foreseeing i, 'lf,c,,',l,y "f electing Senator llaidlng it wan more tlmii politics It was true pnttlotlsm." A. Hint Mom: "I am absolute HpeechlesH. It Is my Judgment thai tho overwhelming republican vic tory was due to high taxis, the high cost of living and genotnl unresp." ilue to the gt lu'i .it l. i i ii'ii Is.llig oer the i u.ij I'M - lvni' . win- nidi i mined to h.ic a chsim and they nt ilftei it lough shod publican Im a, change. T.IU.'t !' Roscoo Attn ma. wanirii a change" "The people MltlMll. J. H. Mclllrney; "i.klahoma golm; U'pulolu.in ivliiilid lue ui iliu nvi u( iIih pups. A ln Imd imiiii) i'ii tu sell and h wuiil up to u itvinoi nil unit uigvu nun to b a pup, o'h n.. li 1 III that tuey Merc niiu ddlilon., pupii. Tho man leiiiseil and a I' wuvks IhIit he was taililug M... sonlu repulilU'iuis when iho sanr lioy npprnacheil nnd (old Iho tt I tut he had wiiii' nice rcpublli pups, Tho man spoko up and said "Say llieio, tioy, you told me 1-' wick Hint tlumo wore detibiiralt. p ii tin." Tho hoy made answer b saying: "Thej's got tclr t'e o n now.'' r.,W. Ilnnnt: "I thing this elec' tlon Is a levlvul of Amerlcanlsni II Is neither n republican vlctoty or a democratic detttnt, but It Is a Piiiin stntement that the country Is dol i'i Its own thinking and oxpresHlng I own ideas. Oklahoma went republi enn bocnuso the people refused l- endorse rubber-slanipiMl pollti clans." ; W. A. DaN "Th" Atnellenn P " plo believe that the Oeorge Wash Inglon doctrine, wan good enough i-p them. Oklahoma went rnpulilhdn becnuse the present methods of liv ing and tho Incomn tax could not rlvo the oil men a square ile.il. There was not an oil tnnn In the stnto who illd not voto for Harding." ; A. T, Honvlrvn. 'Tho election phases me, snd oklsltoinn nent re- Charles II. Walln a mil." !. MPlllrnv) tfflH olreit.in Is a i roimtry. Oklahoma l . cause th.' prop1. "',C II, Ii .1 ' I don't givn The r.ull af d send in the 'I repiii.ni an r this j v "ko 11,' II a I II VI sin I . .a i nut 1 1.. nil. Ins I i this i mint1 y." Many (' iim.ids tun wiihs'iimi the ran mnrtili.lr "(ikluhomn ooilld mpnl rapuhll- John K.ilnei "The n.'itlnnal re- 11 I ! Will I I li ' l"lf pi-ipie sin pi) wnuleil a i l.iillte. I guis" ' liihoinn. V did evnrything wo could but omild not Itttwst th 1 1 1 1 . SI. .1. .MaNtilty. .Ir. 'Nil Use In i tf .trsr aXT jef" AT yM i ah' m jjm ,vsr jvr .rf mt m r.r -r .r -c-- .-j. r- . j sxp jk' jsf jzw j aj j!W jsj? i'AJy Jr JBf .'fJjJ Jv M ci: s s s lev. .1. W. Abel: "Tho elvcllon result whh tho best thing that could havo hapiieni'd. It will go n Ion" wnyo towards settling tin; unrest and dlbsatlsfactlon that has resulted from tho administration of I'.ohl dent llsou, Hut It Is surclv up ,o the republican party to rellgloiiHiy krop Hi fafth Willi the people." Kd Dalton "I think there was too much Wllsonlsm. The ptuple wanled n change, If Jt wero raining ISO gold pieces, the people would not lie Uert Andrew "I nm vry sorry i for thn tesuits hecaiise of W'oodrow Wlllon. 1 am" an ardent admirer of WIlKiin nnd l hato to ' th people not lOllow him nnd his poll- I tics. I wns a repunncan unui u sori entered the field." .lako ronton: "I think ll Is a won derful vindication 1 bellevo that Oklahoma wfiil republican becansr Iho boys woo had been able to get out In tho world and seo things did not ngi'co wttn the lenguo of nations. There, wnn u time when the farmer mc.Uiund Inns could be ruled bv the mob spirit, nut now they think for themselves rtinco they worn able to soo thu woild timing Iho war" R. C I'li,r:"T"l am still suffering from the si.ock of tho election, so 1 can't think yet." V. P. Walter: "I nm very well pleased with the election The fnct that Oklahomti went republlenn was iA Mniu ay Fourth REAL VALUES Stein-Bioch Suits andiJ'eoats i. , Society Brand Suits andO'coats 9fl Ami JP Regular Prices 8 This means a saving of 20to you on the finest suits and overcoats produced today. This means that every one of our highest grade garments is in cluded in this price revision. There are no exceptions. All our finest worsted suits ' , All our finest overcoats All our fur-collar overcoats 4 I - All our English gaberdine overcoats ' All our silk-lined top coats All our extra trousers Are offered you now at a reduction of 20ro The time to act is NOW while assortments are at their best. y S CUTICURA PIMPLES 0 EALS NFACE Also Blackheads and Dan druff. Hair Fell Out "My face was broVrn out with pimples and blacVheads, and my neaa was owmi lor dan druff. The dandruff sealed off and my hair was constantly falling out. It was lifelcs and did not grow ny at all. I used a free sample of Cutlcura Soap and Ointment, and bought fievctal cakes of Culicuia Soap and two boxes of Cutlcura Ointment, and now I am completely healed." (Signed) Mis a Vannle Rowland, I'uget, Kentucky. Give Cutlcura Soap, Ointment and Talcum the care of your skin. Iiail, EitkftMbT U.ll. Aillr.Ml-Crlliir. Uk ciliUulpl. B. UiU.iO, K.ii " " RolJ rj. &"l .. Olnlinrnl 3 t.i lur. t.lmin th. writ Cutlcura 5o. p ir without mug. jff, V J IF YOU WILL READ YOU WILL KNOW The Sign Below i Foote's Cafetpria Home Cooking Exclusively r l c m ti i m s'nie ptilillcnn 'n.iiU'ide simply swept Oj- ' being sre. The pyopl huo1 spoi' In Effect To da u These Reduced Prices on Wash Goods and Domestics Vandevers fcaaBSESteJ. 7 3 -The priced quoted below are the result of under-price purchases made during the recent St. Louis whole salers' sale. Fnncy Devonshire Reduced to. ii. . . . 49c The whole stock included, both plain and fancy; in all colora. Fancy Ginirhnm OQ t Reduced to. . Uit '27 ami Wl inch KiiiKham, in a Kf'l nicdiiinniiiality. Liht and dark eolonipboth )lain and 1'ancj'. "Willirtm Anderson" GitiRhnms ' CoiiHidcrcd the )Cfll percale to 0C, un inu inarKui. None reserved; light and dark colors; in an endless variety. 59c "Qundrica" Percales Reduced to . .'. 29c "Renfrew" Gingham Reduced to; 3'2 inches wide. Complete a a n o r t in e n t of. phiidH and plain colon?. iMany pieces to choose from. -Kino quality zephyr KiK hams in plain anil plaids; all colors, x inches wide. "Daisy" Bleached Muslin, 19c 30-in. Unbleached Muslin, 19c Berkeley Cambric, now... 39c Good White Outing 29c Bleached Canton Flannel . ,29c AlUWidtha VPcquot" Pillow Tubing, Reduced to 59c 3G, 40, 1'2 and 45. inch widths. "Indian Head" 3G inch reduced to 39c 44 inch reduced to 19c 54 inch reduced to 59c Pequot Pillow Canes Plain and Hemstitched 3Gx4'2 inch reduced to. . . ,65c 3Gx45 inch reduced lo....7r5c t Houichold Sheets 72x90 inch reduced to. . .$1.73 81x90 inch reduced to. . .$2.00 "Pequot" Sheets 81x90 inch (plain) reduced to , .$2.35 81x99 inclr- (plain) reduced ' to ; . . . .$2.50 81x99. inch (hemstitched) reduced to , . . . .$2.75 Imported Gingham y QPv Reduced to UfjK Tho best gingham sold; vory fine selection of designs in plaid.). Plain colors, also. 32 inches wldo. Sheets, Including "Pepptrall1 and "Foxcroft." , Bleached and unbleached nt the nnme prices. v 7- 4 width reduced to.... 60c 8- 4 width reduced to....ASc 9- 4 width reduced tot . . .70c 10-4 width reduced to.... 75c All Woolen Dress Goods Reduced 20$ The Following Extra Specials for Friday and Saturday: Fine Woolens Extra (IJO Special, yard PU,JO 5G-inch men's wenr plaid worsteds; combinations of brown, taupe and navy. Check suitings, 5G inches wide; blue and tan, navy and black. Regularly ?5.00, $G,00 and ?7.50. All Wool Bolivia Continfr, ".s.pcd..1:.... $5.60 5G inches wide, beautiful soft finish. Copen, blue or tan. $5.00 Choico of These Beautiful Woolens yard All wool 5G inch velour in golden tan. All wool Kersey, 5G inch, in Burgundy, beaver, brown and Pekin blue. 48 inch Julianl plaids, nil wool, in nil the newest color combinations. Imported Costume Velvets, $4.95 30 inches wide. Colors include navy, green, red and black. Exceptionally Good Knit Underwear At Lowered Prices Women's $1.50 "Kayset Marvclfit" and "Carter" Silk and Wool Union Suits Reduced Knitted of silk and wool, light weight, lw neck, .no sleeves, ankle length; bodice or, regular, shoulder Regular size $4.50 out sizcs $5.00 "Mimsing' 'and "Forcit Millft" Union Suits, special Medium weight cotton. High neck, long cleeves. Half low neck, elbow sleeves. Low neck, no sleeves and ankle length. 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