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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1020.
HAnnlMP MHT IM HURRY FOR JOB carry throUBli a definite plan inner." Hiynn nrrlvctl In Chicago to biku in mn rarg tins evening. Declaring the republican land sllic Just accomplished 'm not I'm ! lesult (if dcmntrutlr, lint nf WIIh mI I'" i'l'K." tin commoner said tint I President Wilson cuuiiol afford I !' OFFICE OF G.O.P. CONTINUES HERE n fn, Tu'iiimirn- President Wilson cuuiiol afford l. tion in December Not . "Mr-, unr.imK." Mr. nryn.i si.i. UUU iii a-'v-v !'. nniint refuse to assume th) dilvle V aVOrefi at once to which tho American peo- HFMOS TO REORGANIZE ilo have cnlled lilm hy mi iiuprcro dented tnftjorlty. . llrynn declHreil ho knew nothing of it proposed meeting to re-'rgml the democratic patty hut mated h" believed such re-organlzatlon would Commoner Sees Need for Re- rij.w nntinjrMfri.i -this unp.e- ...t.1!.. C T'.V.tnu finf a,-iCITlUIIllK Ul 1 uiv.vit nn" "I'nprecedentjyr- Defeat" Tho C'otntnoner, In his statement, said the democratic patty wan forcij to go Into tho fight under false ban ners. "J'hn convention at San Prnnclsco." ho Raid, "did not represent' tho rank and flln of the party. The drys were lulled to sloop hy tho nnminiiro Lingo Says Headquarters in Tulsa Will Bo Mado Permanent , . kloyd MACcmn-'K. I fmiff CurrMpomlmt. m.i mv nlilu. Nov William i jtrynn may think It urgent thni mo liquor question was ueau "l....i. M.nt tlw. rciuihllenn n'l wlill'' they slept tho wets Weill ,r pJratlvc bat tho republican m)WlnB tnrrH. Th,. romlU f nt elect should taao niuu tl,p rantpnli;ii ought to mnko certain f ' tvu ilh, hut Warren u. naming h. r Ideas about It. He thlnl.n ilif rent tin from ll months' . . I . 1 ... jtlIV ai nciinn, vun...r ti r he was an avowed candidate; f. U li tr l . -I v. i M ' ri rli n' ' t -I 1 n. i v ,..mil,1lrnn nomination nnd he IsMued an itinerary of his :- villi. . Harding special train will , Virion at 7:31 o'clock fiatur n rning, via tho Dig Kour rnlt i. St Louis, whence. It will It. San Antonio over" tho Jrot r iln n ml international and - Northern. The party will nt ,i San Antonio Sunday evening t flock nnd le-xve Immediately l i wnsvillo. hy tho San Antonio, , and Oulf railroad, nrrlvlng nt unsvlllo at 11 o'clock Monday ! g Motor cars thero will con-tlu- party to l'olnt Isalicl, on tho n,"f miles Ulstnnt ami oniy ix nibs from tho Mexican poruer. lit ator Harding plnns to do noma tarpon fishing, sen bathing nnd i;otf. Sc at Point Isabel. Senator llurdliiK said no policies ivouM be considered by him durlnK his month's vacation trip and that no visitors nro expected. AlthoiiRh It is not definitely nr ranscd, tho parly may ko to tho Panama Canal zone. Tho senator warns first hand Information rKard ItiiT cpcratlon ot tho canal. In his i imp.ilKn speeches ho preached that Amirlf.m ships should hnvo freo rvis inK nr preference over foreign ships through tho canal. To (let Uusy Dep. n. I nmi rcturnlnff to Marlon. Decem ber 6. President-Meet llardlnu will lake up essential pre-inaiiKuratlon work. Uo will resign his seat as sen ator January 10, tho dato Harry Ials Is Inaugurated governor of Ohio and DavlH will nnmo Frank 1). Willis, senator-elect ns Harding's nicees.inr, in compllanco with tho president-elect's wishes. Senator Harding's patty south will ineludo Mrs. Harding, Dr. nnd Mrs. C. K. Sawyer ot Marlon: Oeorgo U. Chris tian, serretnry to Mr. Harding, nnd Mrs Christian: Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward K Marl.enn of Washington; Senator mil Mrs. Joseph Frellnghuyscn, i f New Jersey: Senator Kred Hnle. of Maine- Senator David Klkins, of West Vlrglnln; Harry M. Dnuglierty. of Columbus; JudHon C. Welllver, publicity agent. Tho party will bo guests of K. D. Scobey and II. 11. crcager, both Texas republican politicians. A dozen newspaper cor respondents will accompany tho party. A cnslderablo part of tho Marlon headquarters organization will bo Jialntained until March 4. Senator Harding plans to mako Marlon his leadquarters after December 0. HI1YW ntC.KS WILSON' ro rti:p out at oxci;. CHICAOO, Nov. 4. President Illect Warren O. Harding should be come president ns soon ns possible. President Wilson's resignation and Hardlng'B appointment ns secretary of stato by Vlco President Marshall followed by Marshall's resignation in turn should accomplish this, ac cording to a statement mndo lirc today by William Jennings llryntj. "Mr. Wilson should resign once," Ilryan said. 'Then Mr. M shall, ns soon ns congress convun 'h, should namo Mr. Harding seci tnry ot state, and himself resign so that y.r Harding may becomu president ui- tho earliest possible moment, and "STRAMfHOW WOMEN SUFFER" that there will never annln bo a wet bunch In our convention willing to exchange the cfttlnlltiltloii of ii I'nlted States nnd the ten command mens for a n'ass of beer." Ilryan concluded his statement In voicing the belief that the result "f tho election wan not n vote of -on-fldence for the republU'iin party, but a refutation nnd n 'protest" ngalnst democratic leailershlp. The vote against the democratic party." llrayan said, "wns cast weeks ago. day ' It was merely tabulated Tues- Sl Official niinouti' "inent was mndo yesterday by ! i. Utmo, wrrtiiry or i in- I ut .(U .iy i t'puiillcnn cen tral commit ie and oilier members o the Imnl r. public mi club that re publican heiubiuurteiK In tho city of Tulsa will be continued. llomlqiinrtoiH Is now lorn I nil In tho first fliior'of ih Kennedy build. lug, 1'unjtli nnd iluiton, but an HiMiii as dtslr.lble qtinileiH run be ob tained, ll "vlll be moved to a new lo ailoii. It Is the plan, aerording to Ling", to plce a comiieient insu In liend quartets" liermnnently so he mny be better nble to kep In touch with the polltlifl sltuntlou at nil times and so ho and his office may be of bet ter senleo to the city and county. No decision ha been nmilo yet ns to who will bu appointed to fill this office. Since headquarters was opened In the Kennedy building nt the open ing of the 1U20 campaign, It hits proven a viilunble asiet to voteis, ami to caniiin.ncK, nun r. i necausv of the valuable service It has ren dered that It was decided to tnnko It a permnnynt nart of Tulsa county republb nnlsin; The manager to be selected for headquai ters pcrmnm n'lv will be Mexicans Surrounded Clerks in Store; Caught Taking Gloves Apprehenihd while In tin net of mealing sei n pair of gloves from ilu Cimi.I'Imimi dolbtng stole 111 I Ills ,ll ih'iisilay lllultl lug. seuini iniili.m of the stoie siiiro'inileil an, lie . Antonio. Hu mous nnd Ouitj I'i'Ho, Mexientis. until A. (1. Cm lis and II. II. Dob son, deputy sheiiffs, Arrived nnd mnde the sliest. The ilef 'ndants inured pleas of not utility the rhursn of umiul larceny filed sgHlnst them In lhn court of Jiis'Iip II .t (Iniv and were entnmllteil in J ill under bond of J.'iOO la preliminary lirorlnf November 7. required to keep n close tab on r Istratlon figures snd olher details tllltt will be enllghti Mlnnnuit which Will mnlei billy assist local lepubll enns In the successful conduct of fie lure iunmlnriM Held ror'Polntliig Weapon, John James, nccnseil nt pointing a deadly weapon at J. 1). Sullivan In.Jenks dining u argument No- ember S, eniered pies of not guilty at Ills arraignment before Miunty court Thursday. Tho defend ant was plnccil under bond of $S'in for trial at tho January term of court. City Hriefs Pcnuj Ivnnla IIMmp Ix'ihim, Itt. Itev. Ktbelbert Talbot, bishop of lite diocese of Itetblehem of the Kplscopnl church of I'ennHylvnnla, left yesterday evening for Ht Louis Hfter a visit here Willi relatives. ItALPII HKIlltV imiile a business tup to Iteggs Thin winy Mltrt. II O HA I It I) of KapulpS spent thn day wit a her tiUvc, .Mm Olia l'.ayi yes.eiibiv. t - MUX. I'ANNV hUHNHTV returned I'liinsdiiy ft (tin a tnnlnesH trip to KstiMia City. JOHN MOHAN, who has Wen In the t'l.y this week on biiainrnt, left lust nlRht for his home In Huston. JOI5 lnTin. W. o. i.loti and C. P. Itopklna wilt leave this momma: on h duck huntliiH nlj north nt trie city. J. M llANNAKtllll) J tU f Ht. Paul. Minn., wia III tho city Thurs day mi business. ' Hn. MAHV . M I'IKi; and dsii-th-ter, Mrs. Itoy M. lCln, will leturn today from n few dy' Hip to Ht. Louis. -Jv- DKCHKH OI-r DtVOHCH w gtnnted In sutieilnr mnut Thurwlm to (lruco Dnt-row against 1- II. Imi row. It. II. WAL1CH. formerly "f Cleveland, Ohio, Ims been mndn locsl msnai;er of tho Ilriinswlek-Halke-Collemler company, and will make his home In TilhMi M A It HI AO H LH'KNJWK were Is sued to the following Thuiwlay bv the clerk f county court: Iitus V Lukcnhlll. and llessle Hike. 17, I'ulsa: John L Miller. Vd. nnd Porn I 1 and Ldilll Sim -. Cillin-. Mile. -I PKTITION Koil PIVOUCK was filed In district loiiri Tlunsdny by Kl Mtill Tillhutt agnliist .limes Tallmtl; C.ii rln Hush iik- lo-st Albert Hush. I'en 1'. To. lni i- nt. mi I Miitile K. I minion I'llle T I'.n K s nmiliist Maud I'm Km: S'miu J 1 1 a - .ignlum 1'ieil I' tlriives GEOLOGISTS MAY ORGANIZE I'Jrrors in Precinct Tally Sheets Effect 'Y' SUNDAY FORUM STARTS I1t.i ..r c i.u .r t.. ii... it hi it.. i0 I'jteCllOn HeSlUlS "eld sumlaji lte. (m.U SM-al,- J A set tea of Buiid.n af!-i n . ' """" i riM . I Inf. ii fur men, to lie kmn ) Herlu . I, nKs of ii filial county tln- .Siimlav Kiiintn. will be si , ' I mi. I .1.1.. i.ik. .1,.,.,. ,l.i-!l,., " ".' ne 1 M 1-. X nevl n,ii TiiNii Oil WcM I41111I lluiilei-M l ull .Meclltig to I111 tit Nell Miepti. lleoloalsls of 1n'i will meel at tbr ni'ililrlpnl amltim Hup e.ln siln v iiiaiii. .oeini.er 111. ni s p ni . i" nsrertaln If It Is H e iiesire in fm in some snl'l i f .1 lie ill mi. lelv or mn clailoll In piomoli the Inteiests of the profession I'mm whnl has bei ri leiirnnil of the desln a .ilmig this Urn , It is believed Unit the niiitemciit l,l meet wiih Imnie.llaie aueeeas. geoln. gists say. AH iei.im:Hl am uraid to be piesent Mini take purl In the pie llinluiir'y orKniil'.ailnii. Tin- ineetliig will be In charge of 1 it Wnodi'iff of thn Oklahoma Producing K fining, lib-hard Hughes of CoMdrii 1 J A. Udileti of Hlnelnlr nnd P. C Oreene, ciiiisilltlllg geologist, 'I'ulsniis to tin In Ciiin'niliin. A good ililivntlmi from the llrsi Christian i-buieh will nlti nil the eonvenllon of the fli-at .mlaalonarv district if ilsrliles of Christ In N wntn, November h, n nmi to, accord. Ing to Itlehatil I lelllinin, nrtucii. llnnal illl-ftor of Ihe I'liat Clillstlan ehiirch. Iieiil delegates will make the 1 1 ll If. Nowata by automobile. Dev. Monde Dull, pastor of the Im nl church, will speuk on "1 irxunlnltiK preclint 1 ilu ahe;ts wna begun Thins liiN hy the counters appoint ed b the county liieilnn hoard. This eheehinii will nnibably h 1 coin lib lul Friday. A number of minor errors In count lug the irrecliiet tally sheet eMails Here fultnd, but the new figures will not effect I ho present r. subs in tli entity attorney rnee, thn reehnckln.! shows Henvern lead over Mnnrne ;o Insl'-sd of 6f ns luisled Thtiradiy morning. Coriect totals on the state ticket In T11 km county fur perils l 10,. against 14,111 (or llnrreld: K.hnls, s.970; Hughes, t Dnleiip.iri, in. 81. Hessey I1.H9I; Mmartl,, 10, ISO; Miller, laill. M. Oialn. 11. Tulsa; John C Carter, and Vltnllr.lng the Cbur.li." IMiii'ie lllri'iim- Ihio Siimlii)'. Mis. Cnrrl (loss Tetnplelon of "lil ibnma City, director of rellglnim ed in at Ion for tho diocese of iikln Immii 111 the lOplaeopnl church, will speak inicftv al tho serried of the Tiinlt Kll'"lsl rliurcli on Hiimlsy moititng nnd will aildrsss teiu hera In ihe 1 hurch school in different groups on Monday ami Tiiendny. Alums Ono Sample. Cliolly; "After nil. fools mnko life tmiislng When nil the fools bio lend I don't want to be alive." Chariot'."-. "1'iin't worry, you won't be." orillng tn I, lleluxiiinn. re'lv. ,m woik sei lei.n y. These nuetlngs . be eoniliiiiod I hrmiir hunt Ihe wi' 'i montha. The first Sup of m -i will rxl'nd until Jnnuiry 1, ami 'h themes will pertain 10 th. fumii. mentals of Christian n llgimi Itav. Ilnruld M. Cooke will be M,o speaker nt next Pond ly's mm " , snd his siibjei'l will be. "The 1 ' ' lenge of the Church lo I be Man." The meeting will be lul, .1 4 o'clock in tin- lubli All m a 1 eordlnllv hulled. UUCOVCIt AltNI)ONi:i CIW Sheriff 'hilnS Poii.lnii of I ..til -I'llllllll -(I11II11I In Mudilv liixiil Two Pnrd roadsterH, ns l n Identlflnd, were founil Abaiidniii' 1 this city itprilny morning iml turned over to Rherlff J.um 1 Woolley. (me enr was fmiiul 111 North ItSiielng avenue stalled n ,1 mtldhole. It Is believed this . ,ir was usoil Weitnesdav night bv 1 110 robbers who eritered llie gm mv store at 111!) North Ijinslng avini'i nnd stnln a quantity of gim.iti's The ear was loaded and driven .1 short distance yhen tho iitn b.eim mired In tho mud. thn stop 11 gm cedes being removed and thn iitr nbiiniloneil. A ae.ond enr wns reiotteil uban doneii neiir oaltlawn etnnetery. Thl.t ear was Irtt ict when taken by tho sheriff, except that the tlren on tho rear wheels had been stolen. SeidcNb.a.-: Connected With No Other Establishment in the World 1 The Coats We Are Offering $EO Ave Creating a Sensation at Connected With No Other KHlnbl'mhment in the World Friday- Says Tennessee Lady, and Will Just Go Suffering, She Says, When Cardui Is Right at Hand r,tiryvlle. Tcnn. Hoping hor ex-1 frlencc may benefit othors who suffer from disorders common among women. Mrs. Charles Hnlns, of this (Campbell) county, sayS: "I bail womanly troubles till I couldn't sleep, and was nervous and suf fered a groat deal ot pafn In inyj h'-ad, limbs and back. I would get to tho place whero I couldn't movo without A irre.it effort. "Por years 1 had known nt Cardui, and It is strange how a woman will just go on suffering when tho best remedy In tho world Is right at handbut wo do! "Hut finally tho pain was worse, rfo suffering so great I knew I must h Numethlng. A friend mentioned Cardui nnd wo Sent for It. Ono bot tlo helped mo, "I took a courso of Cardui, ro calnod my strength, built myself up ami felt lllto a now woman. "Can I recommend Cardui? Yea, and gladly, for it Is a Clod-send to suffering women. I hopo when they suffer with' troubles .common to women they don't wait, but set this sure remedy at onco." Any druggist can supply Cardui promptly. Call on yours today. Wonderful Dresses AtPrices That Will Astonish You 600 Dresses to , Choose From 1 Hundreds of New Dresses have just been received and added to our already large collection, thus assuring you a wide variety from which lo make your selection. Try lo duplicate these values and sec for yourself how much you save at this store. 12 Suits Sacrificed Every Suit in Seidenbach's Has Been Greatly Reduced toImmediately Clear Our Stock The Three Groups Below Offer a Great Opportunity. Serges Satins Georgettes Check Vclour Combinations Knitted Models ID 7iilorcd Tricotines Satins Headed Tricolincs Serges Georgettes Charmeusc Combinations Crepe Back Satins Tricolufes French Scrgcs Charmcuse Tricotinc and Satin Combina tionsWool Velours Suits of wool poplin, serge and vclour, in many styles, and sizes 16 lo N. Not a suit in this lot but would ordinarily sell for $115. Plain tailored and furl rimmed models for both women and misses. Vclour de lainc, tricot inc, silver lone, French serge and tinscllonc This group includes suits lo meet thcrcfuire incuts of the most discriminating, and at a price within reach of everyone. All mate' rials. All colors. ' Slip-on Sweaters in Many. Slylca and Colon Wool Sweaters sg'onderful Bargains at This Price .95 $5 Tie-on Sweaters An Many Stulcs and Colors Waist Values Extraordinary .95 Gcoracltcs Taffetas Crepe de Chine All Colors and Sizes Values that cannot he duplicated at this price 200 Petticoats Special at Values that cannot be dupliclcd at thh price ii 3 Values that cannot he dupliclcd at this price