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TULSA DiY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25, li)20
Permits for August May
Reach Total of a
f MANY NEW RESIDENCES
Small Structures and Altcra
,. tions Have Made Up
' Bulk of Total.
Ruildlng permit In Tulsa for the
jnonth of August havo already passed
J 400,000 and aro expected to reach a
half million h'toro September 1. by
those connected with tho office of
City Ilulldtng Inspector II. E. Kopp.
The two largest permit wero la
nurd during the past two days. One
of theni was to the Methodist of
st Tulsa, who are to build a $30,
000 brick church at 1921 .South
J'hoenlx avenue, and the other to a.
it. Ilrlsco, who Is to build n houso
nnd gorugo at 120S Kant Twentieth
jVfctrect. to cost, H2.000.
. Practically all of August's per
mits so far havo been for residences,
private, garage nnd alterations or
repairs, no job of "Vhlch was of
Kreat Importance. August, usually
the dullest month In building cor
cles. Is not proving such In Tulsa
this year, July's permit compared
favorably with those of any o'.hcr
western city, and this month' should
mako an even better Bhowlng.
No small part of this activity U
due to 'the fact that Tulsa Is on
open shop town, according to a num
ber of local business men. M. C.
JIale. on his recent return from n
trip ocsr tho entlro west, stated that
he found building activity only In
open shop cities, and that TulBa
compared favorably with any city
he had visited,
IAS GOOD REPORT
Louis Lefko, Secretary of
the New Organization,
Speaks at Ad Club.
That tho Ilctter Hualness Bilrcnu
Is bcglnplng to function properly nnd
muku lUiult felt as an Important fac
tor In Tulsa's commercial expansion
was shown ycnterday when' tiouls
Leflie. s'j'irctary of the bureau,
speaking at tne Ad club luncheon,
made a brief report of Its activities
during the four wceVs since It was
Tho bureau has been Instrument
al In removing objectionable adver
t'sing from local newspapers by
incuns of Investigations' which could
r.ot be made by the nowbpapera
itlone. It ha brought about tho re
moval of misleading signs In mer
chants' wlndowB which worn used as
Ii'cos In getting customers Inside
these stores. "
Mr. Lefko leaves this week to at
tend tho national convention of bet
ter busli.esH bureau secretaries,
vhere a number of Important mat
ters are to be discussed,
The club membership decided to
continue holding luncheons at locjl
industrial plants during tho summer
months. Invitations have also been
extended by the high school and the
Kendall college for tho club to hold
luncheons at those Institutions.
Impact Knocks Car From
Tracks, But Leaves
) It Upright.
. One of the Oklahoma Vnion llall
fir.iy cais was knocked from tho
tracks at the intersection of Fifth
Uriel and Elgin nvenue at 2:20 yes
terday afternoon, when It was hit
' by a large red truck belonging to
the Texas company. The car re
tr.alr.cd !i. ..u upright petition,
ono was injured, according to tho
report of thu Oklahoma Union Hall
The driver of the truck was going
cast and the street car west. Thu
driver saw the car, but could not
top his truck, lie struck thj car
In tho center. The undorjramlng
nnd'axlo were bent and broken, but
the car was able, to come In on its
own power The traffic was held up,
an hour after the accident.
The car was more than halt filled
with passengers, many of whom wcro
frightened. They ruthed off the rar
n h soon as they recovered from tho
. hock of the contact;.
for big year
Maker of Square-Hole
Auger Bescigcd With
Patent Right Seekers
PKOItIA, 111., Aug. H.-i-K man
hern, Carl Schmldgall, has In
vented an auger that drills a
square hole. It haa attracted at
tention tho world over nnd for
eign countries are seeking tho pat
ent rights, Heeently a German
concern tried to purchase tho
rlghtH, but Hchmldgall refused. It
was tho second effort of tho com
pany. Schmldgall has patented
his auger In Amorica, Canada nnd
Italy, and expects soon to begin
S. S. TEACHERS
Eight Classes in Sunday
Given in Course.
13lght classes In Sunday school
teaching will bo conducted during
the standard training school for Hun
day school workers to be held In the
Hostnn AVeaueM. K. church, south,
October 10-11T under Uic auspice
of east nnd west Oklahoma confer
ence Sunday school boards for
churcluw, tit the denomination (In
Tulsa and vicinity, according to C.
JAllen, assistant pastor of the Hos
ton Avenue church.
Study subject of the c!ase will
bo n, follows: Pupil study, teaching
principles, beginners method, pri
mary methods, Junior method. In
termediate senior methods, young
people's methods, Illblo study. In
structors ore to bo Miss Wlllette A.
Allen, .Mrs. W. II. Ferguson, Miss
Minnie K. Kennedy, Itcv. V. C.
Owen, Dr. .1 II. Klieriden, I. F. Ken-t-abaugh,
stato field secretary, nnd
three others to bo selected.
Tho local Instltuta will be one of
six to bo held ovei tho state under
the same ausplcen. Tho schedule is
as follows: Ardmore, August 23-30'
Hugo, August 30-Keptcmber 3; Ilo
bart, September 1 Z-t 8 ; Muskogee,
September 26-Octnbcr 3: Oklahoma
City, October 3-9; Tulsa, OctnKer 10.
18. Courses and Instructor will be
tho tamo at Tulsa and Oklahoma
See Important announcement of
Tulsa Undertaking Co: In this Issue.
Claims Ability to Play
Joseph to Any
UOBTON, Aug. 24. Not only Is It
posslblo to cure Insanity by the In
terpretation of dream, but thoughts
may bo transferred at will from ono
normal mind, to another, according
to Joseph Dunnlnger, "master of
the mind." whoso mental theorlos,
as yet but partially disclosed to tho
public, nrn attracting much Interest
ifcnong local physicians. Tho recent
arrlal In this country of a disciple
bt Dr. Slgmund Freud, discoverer of
tho theory of tho mind upon which
Dunlngcr bases his belief, Dr. J. llu
dolph Kali, of Amsterdam, who
cornea to show that ho can euro In
sanity by Interpreting dreams. Is giv
ing an added Interest to Dunnlnger s
statement and demonstrations.
Dunnlnger claim that, through
tho control of what ho cnlls tho
"unconscious' consciousness' mental
plcturcii muy bo freely transmitted
from ono normal brain In nnother.
lie claims tlmt-by his method It I
possible for him to read any normal
person' mind. Tho greatest diffi
culty ho experiences, V sa8- ' tho
translation of these mental images
into everyday language.
"We do not think In words or
figures," ho explains, "but In pic
tures. No mntter what word is
mentioned wo form not a mental
picture of tho letters whlch'rornporu
the word, but a picture of some sym
bol which stands In our minds for
that word. Thus when tho word
'Infinity' Is mentioned 1 havo found
by long experiment that practically
ovcrynno mentally visualise tho
sky, or tho sea the two most In
finite things we hnve experienced.
"Now every Individual really ha
a mental language of his own. This
varies ns much between different In
dividual os tho plcturo symbols of
primitive man's writings varied from
raco to race. Thus in porno mlndr
'.he concept 'white' Is represented by
n white cow, or. a white house, while
In ethers It i represented by a,
blank sheet of paper,
i "Tho difficulty In rending minds
Is to establish tho symbolism of each
Individual mind. This can only bo
accomplished In the sumo, way that
Pr. Freud nnd his followers estab
lish the symbolism of dreams, by
questioning tho Individual,
"Whenever, however, I find a sub
Ject who can translate hi thoughts
not Into tho usual symbolic montal
Images, but can mentally vlcuallte
actual letters, words and figures, I
con read his or her mind without
tho necessity of getting tho key to
his or her mental symbolism.
"As yet the science of mental
telepathy which I would placo
among thoio 'lost arts' of tho an
cients Is In tho Infancy of Its re
discovery Tho fact that ni spl
, Frond and the other advanred 1
psyrholoc Ists have applied psyrhoan-l
alysls rather toward other dlreeilons;
than Its application to tho normal,
waking state has thus far prevented!
much research along these lines, audi
I think 1 ran claim without fear of
contradiction to be the first who ha
doveloped the theory along thrso
lines with success.
"In this science, as In many
others, to give tangible nnd Indis
putable proof of the theory li prac
tically Impossible, 1 am, however.
i nomonsirating in n simpio way moi
It Is possible by reading without dlf-
ucuiiy wurun, ernicnur film iifinno
which anyone "will vlsunllm In letter
nnd figures Instead of In their usual
"Shorlly I expect to give tho re
sults of my Investigation to (ho
public In hook form, but In this con
nection It should be said that -owing
to (ho ethlo responsibility Involved,
In that I owe It to society to keep
the far-reaching possibilities of this
science from falling Into tho hands
of those who might use It for other
than altruistic end--I shall tint,
Just now at least, divulge tho entire
theory. I nm anxious, however, that
everyone should becontn familiar
with the basic principles."
Nom It. V, VnU.
PAWIU'HICA, Aug. Hr-A ills
nster unit, at an agency of tho
Osago chapter ited Cross, has, been'
organized mule a tho dlroctlnir of
Dr. Oeorgo U ltngnorthy, first aid'
chairman of the chapter. . Mayor t
I'arron nnu a number -ot cm:
both sexes havo been nam
mitten to havo charge
nf cltliensxof kJJ
anted a ciim-J x
of the work..!
S. Main BOSTON S. Main
fp.lnlr. Orer CUfil? ST-IOP Vn"tlr Oter '
Woolwsrth's iJLlKJLU OI1WX Wixilnorth'a
on this one p articular shoe than any
shoe in the house. Now it's up to you
to Jake advantage of it. DO IT NOW
Indian War Dance
Largest Ever Held
Cnmnirncv Thursday Aug. 3fltli
1iiMa TIh-iii tin)
Friday and Saturday
Afternoon 3 o'clock
DON'T MISS THIS
Tho (ircnlrst of All Indian
1 1 Mlliw North nf TiiIku I mllo
cast of hivrry, on Spjlmi k plaiv.
WARNING! The name "Bayer" is the thumb
print which identifies genuine Aspirin prcscribed( by
physicians for 20 years and proved safe by millions.
SAFOTY FIRST! "Accepton!y an "unbroken " packace" of
Genuine "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin," which contains proper direc
tions for Headache, Earache, Toothache, Neuralgia, Colds, Rheuma
tism, Neuritis, Lumbago, and for pain ucnerally. w Strictly Americsnl
Dandy tin boxes of 12 tablets cobinTa few cents - LarRcr packages.
Aspirin, U In trad, rotrk of Il.r.r U.nul.clur. of Monnse.ilcscta.ilir at datlerlleMlS
Kendall Institution to Of
fer New Courses in
Relief for tho concesiion In tho
local hlsh school Is obtainable In the
accommodations for 175 students to i
be furntthctl this year In the Kendall
ucademv. Dr. J. Jt. Bonlou. nresl-.
dent of Kendall college susgcsteil
Among tho advantaccs of tho Ken
dall academy pointed out by Dr.
Gordon wero It uncrowded condi
tion, excellent teaching staff, easy
accessibility, connection -th tho col
lego life, and opportunity for Chris
tian training offered.
Courses which, when completed,
will give a two years' state certll
caie will be given' In tho academ
this year The ncademy Is a regu
ally affiliated high tichool with 37
unit credit by the state department
of education. Uach member of tho
(eachlntr staff is a colleen or unlver.
iPlty graduate. Raymond V. BnKlers
"Stetson" Fall Hats
You'll like the new hats for fall tho
shapes the styles the colors all
are decidedly different more be
coming and attractive than we've
shown for many season. "Stetson" in
a hat means the ultimate in value.
$8 to $25
u. Maim at JourUL
Only 4 Days Left of pur
Manhattan Shirt Sale
$ 4 AO
ONLY FOUR DAYS LEFT OF OUR
' - Oxford Sale
ALL SALES POSITIVELY, END
SATURDAY, AUGUST 28TU
Consider These New
at the Low Price of $35.00
and they aro cerUiinJy worthy
of your consideration.
First, for their stylo smart
ness and correctness of line.
( Second, because of the fine
grade of serge, tricotine and
poirct twill used.
Third, on account of the price.
Not that they have been re-
l duced, but becauso they aro
superior value. at tho price,
due to foresight nnd buying
acumen. , f
--Navy blue only, beautifully
, beaded or cmbroidcried.
-We've an evcit dozen to sell at this price twelve styles to
' Orrsa Bcrtlon.Vnilrtl Floor. '
"Fa shion" Fa ti c ies ,
PEaad Skirts if Wool
While the rlnid skirt idea is not now; for it is known to "break
out" most unexpectedly every year 6r so tho skirts havo an unmisi
tnkablo charm unknown to former seasons.
-r-Perhaps it is tho fino tailoring, tho matorial for both material and
tailoring oro high class to tho 'nth degree. . .
Excellent, assortment of colorings and plaid sizes in volour, tweed" ,
and scrgo.' ; jf
Prices front ?18.50 to 40.00. , '
i. bklrt Kc:tlon, Tlilnl lloor. I , , ,
Sale of Silk Hose Continued
for' all 'lots arc itilact. Come today '
A 11 Silk Hose, Extra Special, $2,95 f
Puro thread silk throughout full fashioned, very select grade of silk.
"Elffol" make in black only. . 'J
Every size. i
All Silk Hose, Extra
Considered the very best silk
hose on tho market.
Puro thread silk throughout.
Full fashioned. Every Bizc. Not
Lisle Top Silk Hose,
Full fashioned silk hose with
reinforced lisle top, heel and
Black and white only,
First quality only.
Thread Silk Hose f
Extra Special, $1.98
Lisle top, heel and too. J
Full fashioned (n few with
Drop stitch, in dork and bright j
Plain silk in black, heave',
white, mouso and gray.
Every pajr perfect. fiMpfj J
Itogularly to $3,50. rtW,
Thread Silk Hose,
Extra Special $2.39
wimu ul'f UllU kUUr
Full fashioned good grado
and weight silk used.
Illack and white only.
jRSbboan jMvlfcas fog Ermlby
That will delight every mother. Tho list appended can only givo a
brief outlino of theso dainty things. So you arc invited to sec them
in the Baby Shop, second floor, when next you visit this stoe.
In pink, blue, while or in combination.
Carriage Bows $1.50 to $4.00.
1 Bonnet Bows, pair, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00
Ribbon Powder Puffs $2.00
Fancy Garters $1.00
Ribbon Sachet 25c to $2.00
Ribbon and Laco Sots for Bonnets 00c to $1.25
Ribbon Head Bands 85c
Carriage Straps $2.00 and $3.00
Vanity Bags 75c to $1.25
Rose Buds for Trimming, bunch, 40c
llaliy Shop, Second I'loor.
New Btnro Hours During July and August:
Week Days, Open S a. m., Closing at 6 p, m.i Saturday, Open at 8:30 a", m,, Closing
nt fl.311 11. m. . ' -
'Slcmbcr of llio Tuba Open .Simp Ahsorlatloii
win as tne academy DrlnclDaL