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KX-2) ibi vwinL-jnL, BEAUTY RENEWS CHARGES Bloomers and Petticoats t store of specialty shops. Many items are reduced rments that are not reduced, offer the regular Seid rdinary bargains. Complete range of color- JjJP ings and combinations.'1 c lhM. do J.ouelielle Writes f AnotluT Scathfnsr Let- r let to JOx-Cinncc l-Saturday 8:30 to 9 p. m. Sillc Jersey and Milanese. Main at Fifth Street SHE DEMANDS JUSTICE TULSA' DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY. OCTOBER Ifl, 102" ktest st the market affords. Second, in quantity of merchandise offered. Third, the prices' are even equaled. All new, fresh, unhandled apparel, bought for cash at tremendous Isiness we give them regularly, have co-operated with us to make this sale possible. Fine Coats In Our Greatest October Sale Marvelous values, fine fabrics, good tailoring are features of this remarkable coat stock Three feature prices today $ 19 .75 25 $35 Regular Values to $25 Regular Values to $35 Regular Values to $45 Sport qoats in a wonderful variety of styles smart, youthful types in Polo Cloth, Chinchilla, Plaid Back Camels Hair, Krimmer. Light and dark colors Just' the coat for wear right now and later. This price is really remarkable. A collection of new fall coats that is very much out of the ordinary at such a low price. Sports models, dressy types in an endless variety of styles and colors. Velours, Bo livias, Normandies, Polo Cloths, Krimmers and many others. High type fabrics, beautiful styles, rich fur trimmings; complete lirie of fall colors, values that are un matchablc at almost double this re markably low price. This is your opportunity to save from $10 to $20 on your new fall coat. Furs In Our Greatest October Sale Fail Blouses No matter what you desire in furs or fur coats, you will have no difficulty in selecting from this immense stock of fine furs. s65 Nearseal Coat with self collar and bell cuffs 40 inches long. er fl Marmot Coat, 40 inches long, with Vfcoon, silk peau de cyne lining; "imiuiinn sieeve. 51 ter: ana ierJ va 149-so New f25 Suits Near Seal Coat, 40 inches long with shawl collar of gray squirrel and turn-back cuffs, trimmed in squir rel, heavy Canton Crepe lining. S 175 Near Seal Coat Wrap, 40 -inch ength with large collar of heavy beaver and the new Mandarin sleeves, cuffs of beaver. Hudson Seal Coat 40 inches long with either shawl or chin chin collars of Beaver or Squirrel. Silk cord girdles, Beautifully lined with Bro caded Silk. Fur Chokers Neckpieces Complete line of every popular fur. Fox, Stone Marten, Squirrel, Baum Marten, Mink and Sables. Regular prices from $15 to .?115. All Furs not especialy reduced during this sale at 10 Off Jerseys, Satins, Lace Crepe de Chine; plain browns, tans, black, navies, new trimming features. Batik work in gay and somber col ors. Round necks, V necks. Col lars and collarless. A comprehen sive collection at a price much low er than ordinarily. Regular Values to $39.75 New and clever in lino. Tailored of Tricotine, Poiret Twill and Velour; beaded, embroidered, tailored and dressy types. Plain and fur-trimmed. Every suit a real feature value at the remarkable price of $25. Sweaters In Our Greatest October Sale New Fall Sweaters included in this re markable sale. Values are phenomenal. $1 .95 $"2.95 Values to $5 Values to $7.95 Tuxedo and slipover models in every new color and weave. High neck styles, V, necks, turnover col lars. Both wool and fiber silk. Fine quality wool and fiber silk Sweaters in Tuxedo and slipover styles. Many new combinations and weaves every' new fall shade. Throntonn Court Action to Get Coca Cola King to Hovpftl Nnmc of Hot 'Slanderer' ATUVNTA. n.. Oct. J - n mnndlnK that lie reveal the mim,' ' the peraon who lout him t tin t 'io linil invited twn traveling xaic.ii. to visit her Ht nil Atlanta Imiel, Mm. Oneilma de How-hell, New Orleans beauty wlin on Tured.i. nn nouuerd ahe had broken her cm-!' " nifrnt tn Am (). Cannier, AiMn'i in (lllonn t r . today made imblii a. letter tn ttio H(t1 capitalist Tb ' letter was written on September .8. l or .urn. no lloiiriidirH Nino. Attorney rtamhln. In ItinMnK pub Ilo tlin letter. mM he whu tiiklru: Inn action bemuse Informnllou had reached him to tlin effect that Mm ilo lUflii-hclle nun belli tailed "braien" fur 'nulnn corns in Atlanta. Tlin letter follows: "My attorney Informs mo ycatotdny you refused to dlvulgo Uio nil 1110 or tlin infill tn Allnriia who you ctnltn tn linvc visited in Ihern in my room for lintnoriil purpose, tio you expect ins tn let this hideous slander ko unpunished? I'll publish It to tlio wliolo world nml wo will eo If Ilia world In nn credulous, as you seem to tin otut nn you expert no to no. ir there nro nny mien men nml I certainly ilo nut bellryn thoro nrc, who inako ntich statrs- meiila, tney havo liccn paid tn ib it nml they shall ko to tlin penitentiary nlnns with those who hired ilicnr 'Thin 1 a clumsy ronsnlracy thnt Imposes on nobody hut you. Why did It coma up In Atli.-itii right n' iiiik time, in rnct. jut in timo to Ktnp your coinnK to ltouo for our wciiiiniK on the twentieth, wny iIopm It runio up In Atlanta nt fill, nxrupt tnnt it m uninnt from my homii nml friends and where It will ho hnrder for mo to meet perjury nml hired nnniiiilnR7 full II In "A Oir." "My attorney (dated you rnld tho man wmi n traveiltiK isalonmnn. That la a riwprctnble elns. I'll trill on tho travclilix flalenmen of tlin aonth to protect mo n nn, Innocont, ile femiclcKii wonmn .from u iloir, a cur who la tho toul of my enemlep. "You must iIIvuIko tho immol nt thin pcravn. Ilnlesn you do, I'll ict on tlin nmmmptlon that tlmro Ihi no mmh pernon ami that jou have Jiccn tun wllllnu to bo Impnacii upon. "Ilealdca, you am a Uhrlt!nn RcntleuiBii. An a Chrlntlan urntlc man, n n man of honor, can ou trout a holilM wommi thin wiy' Von know I Imvo not a liiKlomnlo rclatlvn In tho world, 1 om not np pealliiK to you nn my promised hun liand, and natunil proterior but iun' iih il miitl. Am villi wllllnif In mn treated thlA wny In your city. In you- home, where, you aru nil- powcrrui7 oil, how can you think for ii moment Ihut I ought tu ar . cept thin inniilt In ulluncu nml humbly atcal nway Into nomo re unite lilnee to hide tho almmo of a w cun fill en a l nnlihi li0(iiio rho l not Klippoaeil to bo a (,'ood wotiiiiu ' I'll never ilo It. All Mio Mia U JiinlliO. "I entreat vou by our frlendslili). In tho nnniu of the feeMiKa of af fection that Imvo oxlHtod between im, to ko mora deeply into tills mat ter. You will find It fAbtn. It 14 u wicked, vlcloux attempt to destroy an Innocent woman.. If you will not comply with thin rciuntt, I vlll coino to Atlnnta nt thu rUli of piili- lio miarimniruciion anil utruinut every Inclination for I cannot and will not allow inyaelf to bu placed In thin position. "All I ask la plain Justice." Indications warn today that' a damuKo suit nrkliiK for u atnuuerltiK um would ba tiled xhortly by At- lornoya for .Mrs. Do llouclielle. Counsel for tlio Now orlenjia beauty who Tuemtny announced her eiiKncemunt to thu nuod mlllionairo una been bruKou liecnuae or ru- flectloiiH on hor charuetor, mi- nouuend today that Mrs. Uo lluueh ollo will return to New Orleans, but that Harry Oamble, of New Orleatm, her pemonal nttoiney, will remulit hero to consider 1 uteri 1 ntops. It lit not doubted tliut these leRtU steps will carry the sensational affair which no far hua been conducted bv uienna of etateiiients, Into the t ourtii. what the naturu of the suit will bo la a matter of conjecture. Ure ieh of promlno It might bo but rittori)oa huvo Indicated that nlandcr w u form tlin baela of action and that they will combine with this a. plea to tho court to Investigate the career of .Mrs. do llouclielle with a xlew to entirely puclatnlK uapi-rslona which they claim have, been cast upon her character. f)i:.S(;UIJ HI'ltlll)I.Vl JtAI'IlHiV Almost COD CiM-rt lteMiiliil In ALl- iKinm fnini .MiimuII(i lnfi'ciloii. lUHMINtJIIAM. Ala . Oct. 12 With 408 casea nt denuuo repm'riHl today and lean than hulf thu doi'torn In tho district heard from, active steps were, being taken to learn tile sources uf Infection, accordion to Dr, J. I). DowIIiib, health officer. One death was reuorled. Dsnnu has spread over the city like wildfire, the health officer Hold, caud iiy me prevulonro of the moHiulto, carrier of tho eerni. Klllt AkciI lloommntc, BAN PIIANCIHCU, Oct. It. He caiuo Armand Muller, SO, hla room mato at the Heller llnniu for 2 years, made fucea at him, Aurubi ftlof. 8t. today occunlea a nil a the city prison, tho oldest pilvmci over cnareed with murder In th local courts. Itlef U very deaf. II' wiya Mullor made facea at him and ho struck him not morn than twW' with hbj cune. Muller was found tin conscious and died. i:nrtliiiinki) in I'cru, t tii I ntt rt.i l A vlnlsnf earthquake of'ono minute duration, In uouthern Iru cnualiiB consider' nolo uamriBO in ,rorjuiprt una nuiuur- OU8 Small vlllilKcn, ll is In cabel advices from Aroqulpa today. An clnctrlo fan driven from n lleht socket ctiuaeu nurtlon that drawn n'r through the water Iri new dlshwushlriB machlno with a motion 'iiat hasteiis the clcamlng process.