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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 3 November 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 3, 1906. 7 The World Want Department The World Regularly Publishes a Larger Class ified Department than All Other Eastern Territorial Papers Combined. One Word, One Week, One Cent. No Ads Accepted For Less Than Twenty Five Cents. World ads work wonders. World ads work wonders. The World Gets the Ad vertising Because It Always Brings Results. The Want Department Tells You the Story of the Circulation. HELP WANTED MALE Blacksmith Wanted To go to Jenkti where (Imp mitl tools arc ready. Plenty of work, bo oompotitloBi floi opening tar good man. Address Geo, A. Jones, Jenks, Okie. 1" 26 tit WANTED Janitor and niessen (for at onMi Pioneer Telephone of fice. WANTED- l.az.v ma to know that cobs urc tree at Rat Road Mills. ll-l-(il H)U K KN'T Uooins, Hoyal Kooni ng house, First and Cincinnati, pbOM 172. Pineal, largest rowma in the dty. Free bath, low rates. Ever? '"in an outside DM, Mrs. N. W d welt, manager, tf FOR RENT Nicely furnished root...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 3 November 1906

XU IUIjBA WUK1JJ SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 3, 1906. SPECIAL SALEor skirts of todaySPECIAL SALE Beane-Vandver Dry Goods Co. received a wire late yesterday evening that they would have with them today the representative of one of the best Skirt concerns in the East, and that he had with him a great number of Skirts that he could deliver; so they have decided to put on a Big Sale today. , We will also take orders for Cloaks from one of the best Cloak concerns in New York City. Come to our store today and select a Skirt from the largest variety you have ever seen at any time. Our own scock is very large, and with the addition of 300 more styles, we know we can please you. COME TODAY. Yours truly, BEANE-VANDEVER DRY GOODS CO., TULSA, IND.TER. LADIES BID US GOOD DYE (Continued from page 1.) that, iltba in bii younger lift be had been a sailor, In' had alwayi coiinscl Icil his sons against the lea. Hi Dome was in an Inland 'ily anil he eould nol understand irbtl Influenea liruiiirhl li be...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 4 November 1906

TULSA DAILY WORLD etj VOLUME II. NUMBER 41. TULSA, INDIAN TERRITORY. SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1. 1900. SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS The People of Tulsa and Vicinity will go to the Poll$ Tuesday and Put Themselves on Record for Progress, Prosperity and a "Squae Deal" by Electing W. J. Gregg, as Delegate NOTE RAISER PLEAD GUILTY EUGENE ST. CLAIR BOUND OVER TO GRAND JURY PASSED VERYBflGUS BILL Phony Roll of Bills Found on His Per son from Which He Clipped Fig ures to Aid in Raising Notes Fugcnc Bt. Clair, alia James Hums yesterday afternoon pleaded guilty In Commissioner Hymn's court of tin charge of raising the denominations on a two dollar bank Hole to twenty. The prisoner w as remanded to the fed eral jail without hail to await the aetion of the next federal (fraud jury. St. Clair, when arrested Friday eve ning by offleeit Hall ami Wilson of the city police force, gave his name ns James Harris. He was arrested following the infonnation given the police by E, L. Martinis, the drug gist o...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 4 November 1906

IT' 3SL THE TULSA DAILY WORLD SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 4, 1906. COMNERCIAL CLUB BAND PREMIUM TICKKETS GIVEN TO BE FOUND AT OUR STORE ONLY. Tin' heavy knl leather l null lu ll, iokle buckle, only 98c 12.0(1 Fritaie ScbtS, In plaid, a bciiulv. niilv 98c MONARCH HOSIERY. you ever fell, haped hose nor About us nice a Tbrn- in'i a batter i there ii batter quality. The maker's guarantee ia buck of the MONARCH. FUR8I FURS! FURS! New Fads in Fun. Can be itndieil quite early in ur fur Departnijiiii $3.00, $6.00, $0.00, $8.60. New designs in sow, $7,450 Muff for $3.50 $8.50 Furs for 5.00 RIBBONS PETICOATS Efava. in important place in wo-l Hemstitohod Bounce, embroidered , . . .. , I ., ,, i jt m iv , .. ii ii. .hi h iiii " iiiis season, wry wiaainouneee, Bpanmn, nuny runiea, ioiiow- ersian lanetta saan nooon, iim- toe empire ityic, to muen too ii 1 v $1.50 1 fashion. Plents ot timple itylei too. Vory latest in Plat i.m.l Persian. I.. 11.26, $1.50, $2.00, $2.25 and $3.00 COMMERCIAL CLUB BAND P...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 4 November 1906

J THE TULSA DAILY WORLD SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 4, 1906. oooooooooooooo tOtOtOtOOtOtOtOWtOtOtOtOtOtOtOti xx)oKeoxoX)joi eoex oX)xaxX)3X)X)X) oooooooooooooo; To the Ladles who use ELECTRICITY Come and Get an Electrical Sad Iron Use it for four days. If you don't like it, return it. If you do, pay us and keep it. REYNOLDS & TUCKER To the Ladies who do not Use Electricity YOU OUGHT TO dx3x)dX)x)X)xk)x OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO'XDOOOOOOOtiOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO SOCIETY EVENTS OF TULSA AND EASTERN OKLAHOMA JOSEPHINE GRAY. oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo WHERE SLEEP THE LEAVES An unseen shepherd is the wind And sinking as lie goes lie drives, wherever he may find, The jk-IsIk of the rose. All huddling into the told Of the cold night they run To where, when winter's leiui am The emeus finds the sun. C. G. Blander Id, The convention of t lie Federated Woman's Clubs of Indian Territory held this last week, in the city, was one of the important events in the soeial hi...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 4 November 1906

4 THE TULSA DAILY WORLD SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 4, 1906. Sunday World Editorial Page Honorable William J. Gregg, republican nominee for ton4itutional delegate from thiB, the sixty eighth delegate district, is one of the cleanest, strongest and most able of all the nominees ask.i"n the suffrage of the voters. The people have decided to entrust their interests with him in tho makJiig of the constitution, and he will be elected by a safe majority in the election Tuesday. The voice of the people will be heard. Mr. Gregg haB labored faithfully for the advancement of the interests of the city and eastern Oklahoma, while in Washington as representative of the business interests and the business interests are to be safeguarded again by nun. Judging by the past record of Mr. Gregg, the voters believe that a vote for Mr. Gregg is a vote for a Oreater Tulsa They believe that the constitutional convention will be controlled by a republican majority and that Mr. Gregg will be the man to act wit...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 4 November 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD SUNDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 4, 1906. 6 C. D. COGGESHALL &, CO INSURANCE LOANS BONDS We hsve 125,000.00 to Lou on Desirable City Property, length of time to suit. 8 per cent, quick service. PHONES: Offices 1S6. Resident . . 442 OFFICES: Rear of the Fanners National Bank 0000000 J PERSONALS o o 00000000 Robert W. Lyon is ben from raw- nee. Frank Pbillips is here from Bartles ville. J E. Keatb is hero from Ivausu City. L. IL WUlard is liere from New York. George 0i Butts is here from MuS kogCC, II. Q, Philliiw, of Guthrie, is at the Brady. T. H. Drake, of Nowata, was here Friday. Mao Brown, of Pawnee, Is at the Alcorn. Joseph Btker was here from Vinita Saturday! A. C. Taylor, of Muskogee, is at the New State. C. Usham, of Bartlesville, is at the New State. Thomas ttavin, of Independence, is in the city. KUis Short wius here from Kansas City Saturday. L. M. Harrod was hero from Paw huska Saturday. R. E. Whitman, of Enid, was at tho Brady Saturday. E. W. MeGovcn, o...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 4 November 1906

e THE TULSA DAILY WORLD SUNDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 1, 1906. ELECTIONS WILL BE HELD NEXT TUESDAY IN ALL STATES BUT THREE The Constitution and Special Issues (Contributed.) 0 FOR SATURDAY tulsa professional directory at ATTORNEYS AT LAW. he election! in forty-two by the last canniest T isaday, thi exceptions tregOO, where an election was' .1 ins, ud V..r:i and .Maine, ', I . Ok . M SUd Jnijiun Jerntor, ic e tele! . .ill Hoffman s New State Variety Store D L SLEEPER Attorney at Law wiur ;.. : t!.. i . ... bar. la twenty-three wnl I).- elected a : California, C.'.oi . . bo, low, Kansas Miahigan, Minosi Car dina, South D Toms, Rb 1 ilu S' . OWU Alabama, .'ncetieutt, Ida Maa. .ri-'-tt-. 'im-U. South la, Ten:. evicc, Wis :..n and ' " nt weak mi 'ate. I unnecessary eetlonj Will be h'ld ...i.ilv ..nl ,,l r..i.i.ir i.r,.l ..,iiliirtfi.,imr j't Ibioa, ri-.'-.n ),.. n.i-niti..i. ..t ilu- necessary ineehan-1 Eastman crushed rose Powder. 1,1 J 1 J - .i. : L ..lit U I All B m . will ueeioe me niii- ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 4 November 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 4, 1906. A m The World Want Department Iwall paper The World Regularly Publishes a Larger Class ified Department than All Other Eastern Territorial Papers Combined. One Word, One Week, One Cent. No Ads Accepted For Less Than Twenty Five Cents. World ads work wonders. World ads work wonders. The World Oetf the Ad vertising Because ItAlways Brings Results. The Want Department Pells You the Story of the Circulation. HELP WANTED -MALE. Blacksmith Wanted -To go to Jcnks where shop and tools arc ready. Plenty of work, bo competition, fine opening for good man. Addreu Geo, A. Jones, Jenks, Okla. I" 38 61 WANTKD Janitor and messen ger at once. Pioneer Telephone of- r'oli HKXT Front suite roomi in EJgtn Building. I1 of offlei bone 301. if TYPEWRITERS FOB RENT Either two or three rooma, unfurnished, ground Boor. Ap- FOH HK NT--Typewriters rented, bought, sold or repiired. Sec Prof. JnitUI at llnnnon's Hook Store. 10-2(1 Bt ply mite l Bgnn Bld'g. ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 4 November 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 4, 1906. GRAND INVENTORY GRANITE SALE! Commencing; Monday, November 4th We have a large stock of Granite and Galvanized Ware, which must be moved before we invoice. We carry Granite Ware in four different colors and grades and are in position to give you anything you want in this line. We will make the following prices on first-class Granite at this sale: A L7-quart Dish Pan 40c Other sizes in proportion. f-quart Preserving Kettles25c Other sizes in proportion. THE BIG CASH HARDWARE STORE 3-quart Pudding Pans 10c Other sizes in proportion. No. 1 Galvanized Tubs. No. 2 Galvanized Tubs. No. 8 Galvanized Tubs. 50c 55c 60c 10- quart Galvanized Pails 15c 12-quart Galvanized Pails 20c 11- quart Galvanized Pails 25c 6-quart Berlin Kettles 30c Other sizes in proportion. We have quoted prices on only a few articles in Granite Ware, but our entire line of Granite is on sale at corresponding prices. REMEMBER THE PLACE REMEMBER THE PLACE REMEMBER T...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 6 November 1906

TULSA DAILY WORLD VOLUME II, NUMBER 13. TULSA. INDIAN TERRITORY. TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 6, 190B. SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS W. J. Gregg Stands for a Broad and Liberal Constitution, Equality to AH Befo e the Law, Encouragement to Foreign Capital and Justice to Home Labor; a Great State and a Greater Tulsa. Sweeping Republican Victory Certain in Sixty-Eighth District Election of Gregg a Foregone Conclusion TV campaign fur the station of delegates iii tihe constitutional con. vention ut which a constitution will lie formed for I lie state of Oklahoma, embracing tin present territories of Oklahoma ami Indian Territory, con cludes tmlny. Indications, according to telegraphic advices received last night, indicate a sweeping Itepublicatl victory in both territories. W. J. Orcgg, 'the Kcpiihlicnn nominee in this, the Sixty-Eighth district, will he elected by 'KID majority, it is claimed by his campaign managers. The polll open at six o'clock a. m., and close ill (i p. in. Fair weat'lier wi...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 6 November 1906

"IT . i THE TUkSA DAILY WORLD TUESD.Y MORNING, NOVEMBER 6, 1906. COMNERCIAL CLUB BAND PREMIUM TICKKETS GIVEN TO BE FOUND AT OUR STORE ONLY. Tin' heavy kid lent her 4-inoh belt, lick I.- buckle, only 98c 2,0j Pritjda Bcheff, in plaid, n I beauty, onl) 98c MONARCH HOSIERY. About H nice ii you ever I't'lt. There lin'l bitter shaped hose not is there a better quality. Toe maker's guarantee is bask of tba MONARCH. FURS! FURS! FURS! Now Fads in Furs. Can lie studied quite early in 01 Kur I teparjntent. $3.00, $5.00, $6.00, $8.f)0. New I. -it'ii- in sets, $7.50 Muff for $3.50 18.60 Furs t'nr 6.00 RIBBONS PETTICOATS. Have mi important iiiiici' iii wo-i llemMitcheil tliiiiiiii's, I'liiiinmliin mini s oreu tins seasoB, veiy wiaaFnounees, spanian, Huffy raffles, follow Peraian Taffetta laefa ribbon, I inir i In iuni r si vie, so murli ill - nl 11.811 If ashion, 1'lintv of simple itvlei ion. Very latest in Flat bond Peraian. I . $1.25, $1.50, $2.00, $2.25 and $3.00 COMMERCIAL CLUB BAND PREMIUM ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 6 November 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 6, 1906. 3 OC0C000juUO O0000OO0O0OC.)t-).. 90CmQ..om...) SX USK0SJOfc Sx c . GtX OS)a:C)eO0OeO0 OODO0C)0O0OO0t00 To the Ladies who use ELECTRICITY Come and Get an Electrical Sad Iron Use it for four days. If you don't like it, return it. If you do, pay us and keep it. REYNOLDS &, TUCKER To the Ladles who do not Use Electricity YOU OUGHT TO eosxosx5sx)sx)eosxx0o "The Jungle" Opens Tonight. Trenton, N. J., Nov. 5. (Jeoiye 11. Brennnn's production of Upton Sin flair's sensational novel, "The Jun gle," us dramatized by the author ml M argn ret Mayo, will have its pre. tpitri at the Taylor opera house to night. The company, whieh includes bout forty people, arrived here to ilay from New York, where rehear sals have been in progress for some time. There nre about thirty shak ing parts in the play, in addition to a large number of "supes" for tho Uqb scene. Alfonso Btbler, who appeared in the title role of "Hen llur" last sen ium, will as...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 6 November 1906

ooooooaxxxxxxxxxxxx)00ocoooooooooaaxxooocxxooo THE TULSA DAILY WORLD TUE8DAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 6, 1906. occooocoooooooooocoooooooccoooooooooocoo World Editorial J. R. Brady, Editor. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO O XXDOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCX) OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 000000003000030000000000 oooooooooooooooooooooooo p JIIAIVT Today " elertlon igy- firi,t tu'" of the whee'1' of Btate 0Ternmental machinery. The people have come into their own and today will see the voter of the magnificent forty-Bixth state casting their QIvEvJCJ IS ItlbiVlAlN votes for the delegates to the constitutional convention. It is the beginning of the formation of the greatest state of the Sisterhood of States of our nation. The polls open at 6 o'clock, and in Tulsa and the Sixty Eighth recording district the voters will make a splendid beginning by electiug by a safe majority the nominee of the Republican party. W. J. Gregg. He has already proved himself an ble custodian of our commercial int...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 6 November 1906

) THE TULSA DAILY WORLD TUESDAY MORNINQ, NOVEMBER fi, 1908. 6 THE TULSA DAILY WORLD " a vibitur in the city. J. R. Brady, Editor aud Owner Filtered in the Tulsa Postollice as sc. ml cluss :nutl(r. For Delegate n lie ( ist it tttioilkl CoUTHItll ll. w. j ore.k;. ooooooo ft o PERSONALS 0000000 S. II. Martin is here from Jcuks. (). I). Lit is here from Bristow. J. ('. Scolley is liere from lluskell. I. U. Cully, of Bigheart, is at the Alcorn. David Etchens is here from Collins, ville. li. C. Hicks was here from Sapulpn Sunday. J, II. Berry, of Kansas City, wa hen Sunday. C. E. Valentine was here from Mus kogee Stinduv. VL E. Muller, . . Warns, S. I) Skirt ami ('. W. Wnlfskill, of Hnrtles Win. Foley of Cleveland is visit-i ville, were visitors in the city Sunday. Mr. and Mix R, ft Zellner, of Key. tone, visited in Tulsa Sunday. M. 0i B Jordan, of Muskogee, was u truest Sunday at the New State. John Lewis, of Stillwater, was re gistered at the New State Sunday. J. Wl Trimble, of Atchison...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 6 November 1906

THE TULA DAILY WORLD TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 6, 1906. ( There is no Reason why a small amount of money invested in town Iota in Damon four miles mwI : Tnl should not make a band rod per cent in one year. Do no! foolishly neglect the chance to purchase come desirable lots at auc tion on next Wednesday. Novc : 7th, at Dawson. No restrictions what ever. You own eolthlaaelH c Smfw ever. Yon own all the coal, gas or oil under the (.'round, after purchasing the lot, Warranty deeds an.l perfect title. Com down to the Pimm de pot at 1 :4o p. in., and return at 6 p. m. it ill not cost one cent. The ex eursioti is free to everybody. Delightful Surprise. When you see all the nice thing! that It.Lxtcr has to offr fan in fur niture and such bargains! Come ai be convinced, as ha- vour neighbor. 10.2s 6t Haxier has just what you want. 10-2S-6t COL. SCOTT HERE Salvation Army Entertains a Orhcer High Cicero L. Holland C. O. D. GROCERIES FOR SATURDAY at the Mt ml 01 SCOtti the coin- mending oflkei ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 6 November 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD TUESDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 6, 1906. 7 The World Want Department The World Regularly Publishes a Larger Class ified Department than All Other Eastern Territorial Papers Combined. One Word, One Week, One Cent. No Ads Accepted For Less Than Twenty Five Cents. World ads work wonders. World ads work wonders. The World Gets the Ad vertisinjdBecauseltAlways Brings Results. The Want Department Tells You the Story of the Circulation. JOOtXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXYX COOOOOOOOOOOOCXXXXXXXXXXXX) HELP WANTED MALE Blacksmith Wanted To go to Jenks where shop ami tools arc ready. Plenty of work, mi competition, line opening tw food muii. Address Geo. A. Jonei, JenU. Okla. I" 2MH WANTED Janitor and messen ger at once. Pioneer Telephone of- KoU KENT RoouMi Royal Boon . 1 1 hou.e, First und Cincinnati, phone t72. Finest, largest roeOtt in the ily. Free bnth, low rates. I'.very room an outside one. Mrs. N. W lewett, manager, tf WANTED Mnsger for branch of. flee are wish to loeate here i...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 6 November 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 6, 1906. GRAND INVENTORY GRANITE SALE! Commencing Monday, November 4th We have a large slock of ( Granite and ( lalvanized Ware, which must be moved before we invoice. We carry Granite Ware in four different colors and grades and are in position to give you anything you want in this line. We will make the following prices on first-class dranitc at tnis sale: 1 T-quart Dish Pan 40c Other sizes in proportion. THE BIG CASH HARDWARE STORE 1 3quart Pudding Pans 10c Other sizes in proportion. G-quart Preserving Kettles26o Other sizes in proportion. No. 1 Galvanized Tubs 50c No. 2 Galvanized Tubs 55c No. 3 Galvanized Tubs 60c 6-quart Berlin Kettles 30c 10-quart Galvanized Pails .... 1 5c Qther gizes in proportion. 12-quart Galvanized Pails. . . .20c 14-quart Galvanized Pails 25c We have quoted prices on only a few articles in Granite Ware, but our entire line of Granite is on sale at corresponding prices. REMEMBER THE PLACE REMEMBER THE PLACE...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 7 November 1906

TULSA DAILY WORLD "i-ici v VOLUME II. NUMBER 44. TULSA, INDIAN TERRITORY. WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, HlOli. SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS The Constitutional Delegate Election is Over, and the G. 0. P. Elephant Soliloquizes Thusty : "In the Cold Dawn of the Morning After Is No Time for Mirth and Laughter.' ELECTION RETURNS IN THE NORTHERN STATES SHOW REPUBLICAN VICTORIES Hearst Seems to Have Lost New York Returns Are Coming in Slowly and May Change Result. New York. New York, Nov. 6. Chairman J. S. Sherman, of the republican nation al committee at 12:05 o'clock, sei.lt the following telegram to President Roosevelt : ''The President, Washington, D. C.i "Of nine districts heard from that we classed as doubtful, we have re ports Knowing that seven are republi can and two democratic. All indica tions confirm our estimate of a re publican congress by fully fifty." tremendous gains up state ami the enormous vote cast for him in Man hattan indicate his election by a large plurality. New York...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 7 November 1906

( "1 THE TOMA DAILY WOULD WEDNESDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 7, 1906. COMNERCIAL CLUB BAND PREMIUM TICKKETS GIVEN TO BK FOUND AT OUR STORE ONLY. Tin' heavy kill leather 4lnofa bolt, i nA. Illlrkle llllikle, nlllV OC 12.00 FriUii leneff, in plaid, I beaut V, (till v 98c FUR8I FURS! FURS! New Fads in Furs. Can ln studied quite, curly in uiir Fur I Icinirtiiiriil . 1. 1. 'i a bettet liaped hone nor I $3.00, $6.00, $6.00, $8.60. New $3.50 5.00 MONARCH HOSIERY. About M uioa n you I'vcr fi is there I belter qualm. Tin- imikT,!.l .'. IS"? "' ' If7.5n MnfT fur guarantee I back of the MONARCH, hgjjo Kur for RIBBONS Have an Important place in wo man's dress this season. Very w i 1 Persian Taifetta laah ribbon, i.nly $1.50 Vera latest in Flat bond Persian, PETTICOATS. Hemstitched flounces, embroidered flounces, Spanish, fluffy raffles, follow- ing I he empire style, so much tin' faihion. Plenty "f simple styles too. . .$1.25, $1.50, $2.00, $2.25 and $3.00 COMMERCIAL CLUB BAND PREMIUM TICKETS GIVEN SI...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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