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fULSA DATI-Y WORLD, MONDAY, JULY 26, 192v
Even Schoolboy Partakes
of Restless Character
IS A POCKET EDITION
Must Have Plenty of
Snap fend Vitfor.
0 Bt KM l H M WILL LAMA
E Macar.lin IT SadloaUMl to the
whims and f:nl OJ w .men. Nrwl-
1 papers employ staffs of men 10 fol
I low the sports gad. paaUmsg of mn,
I and ivrn fi "flapper" BBS her no
tice In thr lino at pi luted matter,
llUt What of till' tin. M :(I (.mull.
bothoi some. Innocent -eyed fellows
who tiio tlio real geniuses of the
present day'' I t;ui we rtlni arded
Uii--ni with 14 1 lalcy m comet, the Sal'
scr. unit the "willow perl)?" Or do
Wf take them for grunted "
Whatever bo t ho rniim they must
no longer reinnln In obscurity, in
consciously they have thrum them
selves upon our notice and we are
Syged to speak of them. Especially
Itl.n.i of till. Klllll liwoll who uri. MO
iiu.l I ' ISJthtuI In displaying their chirir
delivery terlct I' thnt wc in- reminded of
truck or ejjMj monkey, the put rot, the llun and
Ins our pt1 J'" ' whom ure ever
hoi- tr.Wndlng forth tho announcement of
STOlNan air i !,,. (And we sneak with
r?l"V'iu "J" reaped toward the progeny of
for st efferT fellow-men).
end prt "hno III when the young of the
retnr"fi wtf wood floating on a amnll
Trrmm Work eei. Then. also, thev were con
Wdwin a wltb a mound of ennd and a tor
rJJt-l'2t and shovel Hut "tempua
Ai tow re especially In the wet, and
"' " MIJld no longer wastes hie time
fiaiiAiiK f.r r), fol-de-rol. Mle mlen la
Oeaae lift at the old time play and the
Koti iik.nt iiM time stunt "
Masonic Orders of Tulsa Combine For
Erection of Magnificent Temple
THIS WEEK'S PROGRAM
T..r iii T1"1 rna "
limn voutla himself Iti formidable front
111 w. Ninth
fnriund t.f nil nil In now a veet
mnn!'hK t'n'i,ru" of r'ver hank. The floating
li7 wood le a cleverly constructed
OAitAiiK (or rrnae. And the etream of water
,",' 7"J- 'm deserted for an artificial
riV.iK'o5H' hue been brought Into ex-
j 1mm i after long daye of chlldleh
Motoitt XL!o,l Ynr.l of Irrlsation. For
PR ACTK 'A UUHmjf, .outhweeter la converaant
cycie. nair pn rfc,, tIRj,H ,d nr1, of nl.
ran RAI.B -- arid of hi- hrnLher aliui
treilo on rnrd J . ' . .
lit wet wrond. rtnter month are eompara
Uarvicv tiAVitiHctnnionplace, but with the
ahape till: pert tnted "flrat breatha of
rt.ht party. Room Bctlve ymlth M,p, forth
fvlt.L eeiTlflee nio"" k,t m5r D ""O "r"
reh no .n noui'ejpen for buelneaa" If ao
" ' ' WANTrfivS houre of diligence epen'i
3 piyment on d?11" 'r m"Mu ,Bu
.-,. ,.,,. i for the pttrpoae of limber.
waler. 1-2.acran: " ta ,'n " Pri,-
qulck. l-htme rf r,'a"y,Kha,,,hJ "'2
t: -V. ,i waling and thep the eouth-
.I'm' ouriiia .nopJ, han.!llS-
for r ora roe, arn AL wlth room .,,
body and eome that rlvlH tnOM -f Bv,.
BOARD Aa,na"' eonietimea etafid
I . jjj: hidden entrancee.
tervinai. mffWC "'""In for a large
po.tt. Prlaoo utett the bny'e time. And It la
roeme: elm enrt n. Jt were wlee to give over
i week, ,ne.n..t i jgy ,e th. hroometlck.
f;..h,i .uniiii'-r r't..r''-knlf. anl the clotnea
bath, a particular nbeW a moet pereletent way
0"" r2' Murlnir from Ita wonted
JACOBS . . ..... t U . ....
ROOM ood v- T' "
k ll !. and l 10: Ihrleke and Kicks and then
K ' ' ".'.'id aolemn line of bound
t loll t not wKKHet are mat ched by to aa
I. i. ' " i . jii...,tet uungeon' tell of deeds
ceol ha. anient . tiMull... ih... ...... . .. . i
f week II I
BOSTON, N. IK
and eiiieiiini roonula somewhat of a let-up
rataa Oaage mil. ssthful rportsman and
FOS1 Bi:.- i tu'u'i. "ffrrm of uniuKomrnt Is
muni, t'tnini. j . . . . . . .
a'ATiim N :r.fa tn" t'oyhood ecsle of
to.u.r Ai)a lawn and front porch
Two mi. ims ""u'n.r Kc,TRry tents, are fes-
B Mayliail. heterogenoue ttapexn
TOONo couple eeipi'iye aupiilied with an an-
or,z:rT"::- ''" sd ,ito.
pie Adrpeaa jin, .,! iranlBtlc fellow creatures
roit MKNT--f.r rV.'iltJtt hut failure In the
rtir.lK?"!w "rl ' tn w'Whlnn. red
1 i n il i- i,, u.. .oTr "Sres display his
en. i kTsi.
the 1 950 eotithwcet-
rnnnia; anoii wen .hae
such a talented aa-
uhl ti.ni..k lt l.ff ln.t
or,.. mi. -i -i ; -TniiBmi.it we find but
J lil'lMS ill. rv fniriiMt. .... ... .
kn..in. rti.'.ic ;ii i any great use In his
ntKiTTss 'i '7 . ":' "jtuid that lH the thorn of
1 or 9; modern; wl amall-elitcd hleter with
n.lghl'nrhood: cIqim. le,,, attrmpiB at Imitation
MM.ni Snn,!rK,!,Vle,,7r,"1 -hamplonlng
prUntr nrrni'i; i:tifi worthy only of inunly
of bnth and phone, r
a1'.'"'-"' !jt, our lad knows but the
ron na .ndc.. ' Vie 0f " "
Kaa.iaii car Hn. jUJIy for the 11 -year old
MAIN. n.. !:4s5iar who hs already estsb-
..la renown an a wilier of
SJ! u , "it U sll-sufflclont that he be
yt- t raV fashion flitures of clay on
room: etnae injron ooiuini or convert a
fi lulIT iiT.uHlng elds wall into a collection
lann , i " now faced leerlnir men of cUy
Ohalk who Mttoko burning
10S B, ej a,i ),aVi' flaniee In their
for hoiietet otlw WPru ,fl llkn ,ne boy ()f
ot ht) I lay with the boy of ion years sgo
light i w in a matter of putting an
Hr t l"M. drawn -e,t In . , le a steam en.
Ktnt l" " were to liken the
huraaejihweBter with the eastern lad It
JYJ HWOuld be dtipllcittiiii.: the acUoa of
n0, a t.iMt who atienipts to shot! some
rumiii.n iioiot in iiuercnt lietwien
Mie lion and the deer Hut in the
end they are all vot pocket editions
of the genuine American man and
the widely aned courses they take
to arrive at thl" eame destination
are a matter of intercut only from
a psychologists point of view and
i p no uestlon of othtee or morals
M 1 S
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gEf gKlifW mW MgsBtMgW gsWlKMflgtfiir " '& E? V itf&JImiiB
ffjffgsgsPffl ' BjfliiBBrwBwaaWB
Imii Ssk-ImI 0Vfal Mnti DmM
the Wfok h) C litirrh
Church nof lftln ROW hrlnx plimn. i
for thm wrtfc arf tha proKrMlvt
party to hi" pfivrn iy th Chrttftlan
KrulriAVOr m-loty of th' KlFMt Lufh
i?run ''hur h on V."Jn-ndfi y i-vrntf.ec..
! July l.'JK and th Jro uffnm IO Uil u
I" h M by thi Junior 'hrlntln ICn
rlruvur At t h J(ull'tt Mt-rnorlAl
. hiin-h "ii Thiilh' i f pv 'itif.g, July 19.
Young people of tho rt.M Kuth
trftn churcti win tin- at ih church
it h .i'1-J'.rk WfilnnIay vmlnK.
j by " AutoinoblN to 'I - dlf
! forvnt riilfcWlBOii Th nrlrlrt-HMrn of
UMWi honifA will nrf kM fCVfAtMl until
, thi nlfcht of M party Ami m illffrvnt
priiRram itnd roftl nhim-ntH will be
iti order h! rach Onr.
Junior C'h rlAtl ah KnrteAVorerA of
kht BulUtl Memorial ehurofa win
l iUpffo of ji 1lAh 'f li t- rrt'hm an a
i pirn of taki at a t onAldrratlon
to All ronitMA at the ( htirrh on nr-xt
I ThurHs-lay everrtnif.
On Thursday Dlffhi, .Fulv tho
It4ltl of th- lnlted Iri'Abyterln n
rhurt'h will Klv a lawn fete, aerviijg
Id .(tiiitt, lemonade and homo-ntadf-
- akr, the profeilB to go to the
bene fit . r th? nw rhur.:h building
now being erertod.
I til j" MiiMen ii Temple
Ground Will Ho Broken
as Soon an Hoys' Home
An Itifltitution of Which All)
TttiMBI May .luHtly I5t
In the Till- i Masonic temple
which Is to rear Its four stories at
Seventh and BOfftOH and which will
cost aiiproslmHtely :... to erect, i
Tilt.. will I . . lkA Uu.n..!,.
temtde In the state devoted entirely
to York rite masonry nnd SbS of
the finest luillillnus of Its niler to
The structure will be one to which
all cltlsens, ns well as Masons, may
point with pride as the building Will
he of the handsomest type and the
equipment of the Istent order Plana
for the building are the work of
K. U. M hmld i'o of f'hl. ii o
architects for soms of the best
known Masonic temple west of the
M Inslsslppl. 0
There will be a place In the tem
ple for every activity of the Masonic
bodies, from the social to tho cere
monial sessions. Organlsst: jim which
are erecting the bullilloi: are the
Tulsa lodge No. 71. yelta lodge Nc.
so, l-etroietim lodge No. 474, Yulaa
chapter No. 62 of tho IlOyul Arch
Maaons, and Trinity Commnndery
No. 1 of the Knights Templar.
The use of the lodge rooms In the
temple win also be given to the
Tulsa chapter of the Kastem Htur
and the Tulsa council No. 23, Akdar
tamola will havs one sf ihr. offdeea
on the first floor and use of the ban
quet hsll and band practice room In
the eubstory. '
Bxoavatlon for the mihslory of, the
temple will begin as soon as the
Tulsa Hoys Home la rsmnved from
the lot. It Is the plan to begin
building In the fall.
The building Is to be of huff brick
with white trimmings and tile foof,
with the entrance facing Huston ave
nue. In the eubstory will bu a lin
mjet hsll wllh a capacity of 1.000
arid rapa'ile of transformation Into
an assembly room or dance hall: a
kitchen and serving room; a baud
practice room, storage rooms for the
paraphernalia of the hand and
From the lobby, finished In Ital
ian marble, on the first floor will
open an office each for the three
a.1., tn in,.. ... a,m v- - - -- - ' j ... f . ... 4
A new nttairhinent tor roll film
rgfnorgg prmitA Bhd uao of small, r
fllmA thgfl lijtrited tn be need.
lights IVinplar onimainli rV ft.H.iii
blue lodges, tho chapter and com
mandery. and Akdar shrine; a M.i
sonle library; a card roopi; a bil
liard room; and a reception room.
On the second floor will be two
lodge rooms. In reality a suite of
rooms, and a director's, room. On
the third floor will hr tin m de
voted to the commandcry and chap
ter, the ojaysinbly room of which will
have a sealing capacity of ADO, and
two parlors. Itetween the second ami
third floors an armory with locker
space for 1,000 members Is to be
Kaeli ef the five tnsro.be Is of the
TuImb Masonic building association
represents one of the Masonic bodies
i n "I'd at Ins Iti erecting the temple.
H. A. Monper, president, represents
PjalrOlatUD lodge No. 47 4; O. It Me
Callough, treasurer, represents Delta
lodga No 425; J. A. Walker, vloo
presldent, Tulsa chanter No. 62;
John Meisenhscher, secretary, Tulsa
lodge No 71; and M. V. Hnle, dl-1
rector, Trinity commnndery No. 20.
J. B. llllifl Is general rampnlKn i
mansger fjr the securing of build-;
log funds and has charge of the of-
flee of the TuIhi Masonic building
ass" elation on the second floor of
the Kennedy building.
A portion of the funds for-the tem
ple have already been raised. Kur
ther eolldtatton will be directed by
Charles T. Abbott, As Mr. Abbott
is now on his vacation , In the I .m
his plans for the building fund cam
paign are not yet known.
It la estimated that there ure in
Ttils.i 4,000 York rite Masons, some
of whom are members of the local
bodies and others are affiliated with
organisations In other cities.
Have you tried
a bottle of the
It's the fed thinf
You'll say so
If us boys could
vote on the best
kind of corn flakes
would win hands
. Sift pound of Excelo
i Add glassful of water
Mix to thin batter
Pour Into pans and bake
For "pieces" and for
dessert, the youngsters
Wo Pay Compnnnded on
any unnunt Inrcsttsl nionthly
ITnrter SlAtc SuiM'nlslon.
sr solicit your account.
Home Building &
117 S. Ifemton
himr varMa Umon,Vnllla,
delicious Chocolara and
richly spiced Devil's Food.
E. C. Gatlin Co.
Kansas City, Mo.
CASCO AT ONCC BY THC
OLD KIUABLE PJUMaOY
gaaa DVENDABIX ABSOLUTKLY
LA PU DINE
WIT5 UOUIB - OUICK.tfFCCT
If you are interested in a position where
an ambitious person may work up to a
responsible and permanent place with a
real live business, we" can offer you some
thing at once. Must have at least two
years high school, or must be over eighteen
years of age. This is a real attractive of
fer for a girl, who is self dependent, and
wants something worth while. We have
Cafoteria privileges which enable us to
board from ' to $5 per week. Apply
Room 829, Mayo building from 9 to 12
and from 1 to 5.
Healtliv lluppy Wife.
Is the greatest inspiration a man
ran have and the life of the fam
lljf, yet how many homes In this
fair land arc bllirhted by the 111
health of wife and mother!
It may be backaches, headaches,
Ihe tortures of a displacement, or
some ailment peculiar to her sex
which makes life n burden.. Kvery
woman In this condition should rely
upon Lydla R. I'lnltham's Vegetable
Compound, madn from raats and
herbs, to rsstore her to health and
mmSl Bssssl M B 'TBsaaBBBSlBaBsawW l
Wk ' 1 ' ""22 fl I l",l,h ' rirstade. Knb H 'M MKV fl
' WTv'' "wHI fry it I njff Serra! thorough
r. W Wwk XC TUb-' E"rT Dni! tionj will rid your houieiMhe g x
j n poiion. No lUngcr to huniins. V' )i .
SOslfl riRSTADttABORATOK- r- jgQ Kj, j JzZLJ
Am 5kwBim . n. . ' R VXe- Aula, I lira. Uraa, ' PefttUhle metal STvVjlBsW
ESI, V" mWSSBi Tulsa, Okla. htck Mite. (.n.i in loaded with Vm X77
UBS f. '' tJkW aW JB ""' r BbssssTiBbBsI
BjjjJjjjl i "'ij
Judging by the smoke coining out of one of our neighboring Campa recently
in the form of ridicule, intimidation, exaggeration and egotism we feel that
we must have stepped on aorne one's corns in our effort to promote our
Big Sale and our efforts to protect the people from all sort of "harp
We do not believe the Big Chief wrote thi himself, for he i usually good
natured and he does have some regard for consistency. HI "paid writer"
probably did not get into the right pirit of the business and pulled off a
We did not mean to hurt any one's feeling so bad. We were only enum
erating the advantage of TRADERS NO. 4, at 105 East First Street in
order to show the public why and how it is possible for us to save them
money on good groceries, vegetables, fruit and meats.
Now the- truth of the matter is that thi same camp for years ha been
o extremely jealou of Trader No. 4 that they have been willing to do
almot anything to get omething to "blow" about. This jealously ha
been evidenced by their tactics in general. We have tried to spare them
what embarrassment we could, but they have gone to such ridiculous ex
treme that we ee no reason why we should any longer refrain from ex
posing them so they may be seen in their true light. They tried to im
itate Traders No. 4, but failed dismally in their attempt. They have
tried to blame Traders No. 4, for everything that happened. They, time and
again, have tried to "frame up" some scheme that might give them some
excuse to start something and then try to make the public believe that
they were innocent. They have jumped at conclusions and then made a
"big howl" about it in the hope that they might start some kind of a
"rough house" in order to cover up the real issue.
We have persistenly ignored these tactics because we did naft care to stoop
to such levels. We know that whatever small advantages they may have
attained thru these nefarious "frame ups" has only been of short duration.
Now as they are lieing "found out" and they are seeing the "hand writing"
of a reaction against them they are ready to throw principle and ethics to
the wind in the spirit of a Kangaroo Court in the hope that somehow or
other something will happen that will enable them to make a "big howl"
that will enable them to draw a crowd.
Now, frankly we are not catering to that kind of business and are too
busy with legitimate methods and practices to bother with it. We do
not care to stoop to methods that are irrevelent, immaterial and out of
order. They are not a part of good busines and no amount of enation,
vilif 'ration, ridicule and intimidation will way us from our business prin
ciples and our ultimatum against "sharp practices."
Wc do have the "audacity" to to claim that we can. sell good cheaper than
others that have to tax their customers $25,000.00 more than is necessary
for glittering fixtures and high rents. The weak explanation that these
high rents are distributed among the different department can not stand
for the fact remains that the house is burdened by high rent and the cus
tomers have to pay for it.
We are willing to meet any legitimate business proposition on a fair level,
but we positively refuse to be led into Kangaroo Courts. When the prin
ciple of might is worshipped above that of right all business ethic are lost.
During our recent Big Sales, which, by the way, are still in progress and
which are so successful as to irritate our erstwhile friend, the Big Chief,
we have been urged to "put our prices in print" because they are "so much
lower." During the last four years it haa been our policy not to advertise
prices because there ha been so much juggling in prices and figures, in
weights and measures that it was more important is) expose the dangers of
it. The time has now come where the people are pretty well informed re
garding these practices and this is taken into consideration in making a
comparison in price. We cite as an example the discontinuance by Fed
eral order of the 15 ox. package of butter, etc. etc. ,
As some of our best friend and customers have requested it and as we
are anxious to show the people exactly to what extent we can benefit them
and to show our "Peeved Competitor" what a proposition he is up against
we are going to deviate from our former practice and quote below some
of the prices that we are making in this sale on our Big Stock of good in
order to make room for a $100,000 stock of goods that we have bought
for delivery between now and fall.
Flno big Juicy lemons
Fancy California Burmuda
riniotis. tier lb
Full Iti oz. highest grade butter, E-tts
ner DOUtltt JOV
24 lbs. beat Kansaa Hard
h' at Flour -
Is lbs. bast Kansaa Hard
100 lla best Kansas Hard
Pure can granulated
sugar, per lb
High grade .fancy bacon,
In 1 lb. boxes .
per pound . -
per pound , , ss
Plat rib. long cut,
per pound . . . . r .-
per pound "
per pound. -.r 4
per pound ., . t. .x..,r. . . .
Dry salt belly,
per pound r .-. .
Dry salt Jowls,
per pound a
' Bast grade hams,
per pound r. .
iaooad gru.de hams, large,
per pound ...-..
Long horn cheese,
noi' pound r. . t. - -
per pound ..-
per pound -..t.. ..
Fresh pork loins.
per pound T....S.-.,..
Fresh pork chops.
per pound .....
.small iVirk chops.
Fancy Wo. tomatoes, '
per can .-..t
b'unry No. 2 tomatoes,
2 cans' for t...
' standard corn.
per can .
fU.. inlaid corn,
2 cans for ..t...
per pound. Sc to , ........
2 cans for
per ran v. .... .
per can. Sc and
J V. In water,
per package . .
per package. .
per package . .
Blackberries, No. 2,
Blackberries, in syrup.
Peavcheg In syrup,
per can . t t. .
Apricots, No. 2Vj, In syrup,
per ran. ,i r. .
Apricots, No. 2V4. In water,
per can a. I
Cherries, red pitted,
per can . .1
Gallon Apples. New York pack,
per gallon can
Apple Butter, No. 2Vi, Llpprncutta,
per can i
Hun beam coffee,
per pound v t
Peas, In No.. 2 cans,
per can, 7c, 15c aiid yi
tiunset string beans,
per can' .-. .
Blossom string beans,
per can ,
Hominy, No. 2 cans,
per can .'
Hominy In No. 2 V4 cane,
per can . . r , .
16 oz. Dytonla baking powder,
per can i . . ,
Vision baking powder,
per can r r , ,
Calumet baking powder, f oz.,
Salmon, pink, in half pound cans,
Salmon, pink in pourul cans,
Red salmon, In half pound cans,
per can 7
Bed salmon, in pound cans,
per can r
per can . . t .-
Prince Albert tobacco,
4per can r J-
Twurt tobacco, Tolls
per twist -
per bottle, , t. .....-..... ,
F.ggs.. fresh common run,
F.ggs. extra selected,
per doxen r.
P. 4 G Soap,
per bar ....".
P. & G. Soap,
3 bars for
per bar . . .-. ,t r t
3 bars for r ,-
We handle no short weight packages
The above prices are good as long
of butter or anything else,
as our present stock lasts.
105 E. First Street.
TRADERS NUMBER 4
Phones 6970, 8692 and 4935
i hujpu'ess, Advt.