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title: 'The Morning Tulsa daily world. (Tulsa, Okla.) 1919-1927, October 24, 1920, FINAL EDITION, SECTION A, Image 5',
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TULSA DAI L WORLD, SUiNUAY, OCTOBER 24, li)20.
AT FREE CLINIC
a peep at the Work of the
Nurses at the Dis
K Ub hlL ntorunoivu
Anxious to Co-opcrato With
Doctors in Efforts to
"Kext," called tho nurso and lona
ltpPcil forth and took tho thurmom
,r frjm her mouth. "My lungs
i d liurt rlRht here, l.ut today they
M very good. I haven't coughed
much "lire yesteruny," sno sain 10
ihe do. 'or. It wan little lona who
h"s bcon treated for T. 11. for thrc..
month in the open-air school that
i, being mpportcd by the Tubcrcu
.u aw-clatlbn here.
"I hk to bo tn tho open-air
choel. Wo havo 'between meals'
that arc ao good. Sometimes wo
k'jve hot chocolate nnd cracknrH,
md f me lmcs wo havo soup. 1 havo
o drink a quart of milk every day
and sometimes t can't ulto do It.
l don't like It. but It Is good for mo
to 1 do, Homo of" tho llttlo boys
live ii.uchetf on their pantit, bo I
puim they aro po6r. but they got
medicine anyway. I am about
lona In ten years old and has been
In the open-air school since school
jwrtcd this year. Hho was at the
illnlc Friday and seemed qulto well
pltuscd that sho had Rained ten
nounds within tho last four months.
The war she holds tho thcrmomotor i
111 IU r Ji.mtnt iimv muuui miuin
i.nm lodge of things medical that
l not poMtissed by many children.
Eipcrleiifc ha taught her.
Edward comes next In the exam
ines room and while hn sits sol
emnly and stares at the floor, re
peating slowly nnd In time with tho
doc'ors tapping the words "nincty
tlne," thcro goes through tho room
the round of tho dull thudding that
tells If Kdward has Improved any
6lnce the last clinic. With a short
nno cape uirown over nis snouin
i den he attempts to sit erect as the
t doctor admonishes him to sit
walKht, you rascal, or we'll put
braces on you." And he grins at
the remark for no has be.cn thoro
tetorc and tho way ho snyH "ninety-
nine" so monotonously tolls a story
that means weeks and months ana
eien years of patlcnco nnd faith In
the treatment ho receives at tho dls-
Melvln Is older than the other
children and tho dignified and busl-nesu-llko
way In which ho accepts
the work of tho nurses Is as clonucnt
!;ju the childish confldenco of tho
younger patients. Melvln Is about
1! years old and has been treated
lor two years. In his appearance
were Is no sign of the dread dis
use that has taken hold of him. He
It tall, with black eyes, and a back
rd fling to hit hair that makes
ont think of outdoor snorts and nth.
letes and popular young fellows
wiw manners that aro clevur, dig
nified and spirited.
A young married man la being
"Iped out of tight place while he
receives medical treatment and sup
ports his Xamlly, a younir wife and
baby that Is learning to talk to"
oaaaj " Tho $125 thaf ho earns
a living wage Is not enough to
W doctors' bills and ho strives to
p appearances as near normal as
possible. -Perhaps I've gained a
pound today. I feel as spry as a
jww.' ho calls gaily as ho leaves
cunic ana nurrlcs of to his work.
All of these patients aro well on
tie road to recovery. Next week
wero will ho a report ot those who
re as yet In the ninnt .,,lv,n,.,i
The field work of tho nursoa
- mum interesting and brings to
wt many Incidents that would ro-
-m covered through false prldo
, 'snornnce as to tho proper
,y"0 f action to follow to secure
"So medlr.'il ni.i
JOHN TIMOTHY STONE COMES
u- McVlnw noostlnn nclig
m .Work Scheduled rr winter.
of r.iii.. . Vvu Puoo meetings
d,i' lsl0'18 Interest will be fcon
J ted under tho auspices of the re-
"10US WOrU mmnl ... .1... w
C I A,. I ". Ul UIU I. III,
is ann th nCXt few mnths, It
irJti i. u ywroay. i no com
tieai '"oelng as speakers for
reiii. i ?D 00,u oi mo greatest
2 ? u,a,'Je ' the world. The
haii . i ? "B,u nl convention
cJmi?J wI" ho 're t0 the goneral
m l "uto ui jNuvemocr ana
BvU adtrcssod by Fletcher H.
tarv ; .u' """ocia'o general aecre
5Thf v ho International committee
Jtnj. M. C. A. His BUbJect will
t tho Hope of tho World."
JLS m.a'l haM 'r 20 years been
fa pm" th0. Y' M' c' A. movement
W Lnln.t Kntn ..i , ....
Mi Lln.Jnat country. He has been
jMUed the Bt. I'aul of China. Ho
vy received a cablegram from
lie nri.7 ()t'nt of the Chinese rcpub-
n,C , e'ensjon or tne "l"
meant 1 country, which has
C n ,. ",uv;" i ineir young men.
H!i"P. general secretary of
.MOMS f tv V l r . ..hi .1...
" "Peaker In this meeting.
nn "!" wno navo inter
is.il 1 rt'llut-ltlonB and who will
Tim,.,."1 U1,,0 mectlngo aro John
"th fetone, notcd'Chlcago cler
"man Robert K. Bpeer of Now
tlin "-'eroUlry of the board of for-
ihVv. u,u i resoyterian
SriJr11 i,ni1 ono of tho greatest re-
ilOllil ll.ft.t...... 1 I . M ....
..:t .mucin aim wriiers oi mis
niry. Another speaker at ono of
H.ii ; BO "" DU UT' Jonn u.
M.k f N"w York, general secretary
v1." International commlttco of tho
y1, - A
.LONDON, Oct. 23. Paper suits
nothlne niHnufacturcd in Qer-
lny llfivn ..V.I 1 , T J
ai'proval and displayed for salo
ii ? u,"1 of importers In tho Strand
'Vence " 6 penco to Bnll,lnK8
, 'l ' stated that German exporters
lml. fcrt,1B these suits to British
for ii!verH ftt tho rato of 1,000 sulta
iL, . pounds or tho normal equlv
' of about 60 cents a suit. They
bLT,. r,bcd aa "of the very best
Urtnfl vmci ,uuuiuuiii,
fbtain rf'ermlt Enll8h retailers to
The Discount of 20 Is in Effect Mon
day on the Lines Listed Below-
.Fall Frocks a
The ability to interpret youthful
lines and still retain the grace and
dignity of mature age is by no
' But in these, at this special price,
the lines are distinctly youthful,
while still keeping the distance
from mere girlishness.
Many models embodying
Basque, Etop, long waisted,
straigh t panel backs and acordeon
, pleated skirts.
Serge, in Navy Blue
Satin in Navy,
Enhanced with Duvetyn, Em
broideries, Braid and Buttons,
sizes from 16 to 44.
We want particularly to show
these to' you for they represent a
special purchase of our buyer who
is now in New York.
-And they are priced at the new
low price level. v
Dress section, Third floor.
Elastic top and knee.
All sizes white only.
Children's and Women's Rajncoats,
A certain lot of 20 good raincoats at this discount.
Regularly from $4.50 to $25.00.
Women's Shoes; ' (Jt QP
Extra Special (pO00
Walking styles; 'several to choose from.
Many pair in the'Iorin gray, brown, black.
All heels and leathers.
Extra Special .....-
White only; small designs.
36 inches wide.
20 off of all Silks, Woolens, Linings,
Ginghams, Percales: Outings, and all
Wash Goods, Blankets, Comforts, Linens,
White Goods, Towels, Sheets, Sheetings,
Muslins and all household Linen,
Bed Spreads, Bags, Hosiery every
kind, Women's Suits, Womens Goats,
Fu'rs, Women's Skirts, Silk Underwear,
Blouses, Petticoats, Negligees, Shoes for
Women and Children, Outing Gowns, Children's
Gingham Dresses, Women's House Dresses and
From All Over the Store
Silk Shirting; q-1 QQ
Extra Special J)JL.t0
Including crtfpc df chine, broad
cloth and La Jerz.
Many colors in stripes.
Pure all silk.
AlUSilk Taffeta; q1 QQ
Extra Special tpJLoJO
Plain and changeable, all colors,
light and dark also white and
36 inches wide.
All-Silk Satins; QQ
36 and 40 inches wide.
All colors and black and white.
Jap Silk Shir Una; (jjl QQ
Extra Special tj)X07
Included in this lot are scvernl high
grade pieces of fancy foulard and
plain crepe do chine.
Imported Panne Velvet; (Un Qf
Extra Special tpOt7U
Super-fine grade, silk back; black
36 inches wide.
Ail-Wool Scrue; 0"j 7Q
Extra Special tPJL. i V
Serge of the storm variety all
wool and a yard wide.
iMI'ooZ Trlcotincs; QA rrr
Extra Special Pr I O
Very fine grade pure woql; close
54 inohes wide.
Silk and Cotton Mixed QQ
Fabric; Extra Special :. tOt
In tan, lavender, rose and sunset.
Suitable for pajamas.
36 inches wide.
27-inch Outings; OQo
Extra Special UVVj
Excellent assortment of stripes in
,both light and dark colors.
M-inch Silk and Cotton I- JQ
Linings; Special, gard . . . tPX.rl
Complete range of colors and de
signs. Ilcst Qualilg Percales, Q (T n
Extra Special . . . DO Is
Thirty pieces in fancy designs and
some plain colors to choose from.
Fall Devonshire Clothe PPir
reduced to tltlC
Complete line of designs and colors.
Fancg Ginghams; QQr
Ext ra Special, gard OiL
Beautiful plaids in a wide variety
32 inches wide.
Open in H::ui
a. in. (JIiimi it o
1. in. NUiir
days at ii;:i0
Pcpperal Bleached Sheeting at
7- 4 width, Special, yard 68c
8- 4 width, Special, yard 72c
)-4 width, Special, yard 76c
10-4 width, Special, yard ...80c
"Bridal" brand, 36 inches wide,
white, pink and blue.
Ncu Revised Prices on Minerva
Women's Silk Hose;
Black only, very, fine grade of silk.
Lisle top, heel and toe.
Ilibbcd and of good grade lisle.
White, black and cordovan.
All sizes. N , fi'
I Stnln Moor
Women's Folder Purses;
In many colors; convenient size and
.Main Floor v
Children's Purses; AQn
Extra Special VOL
Velvet, Bilk and leather.
Extra Special ,
"Bough and Beady" brand.
Black only ribbed.
Women's Silk Handkerchiefs; C A
Extra Special 4rL
White and colors; embroidered cor
ners and embroidered edges.
Florentine Laces; AQs
Extra Special VL
Properly called Brassier Lace.
5 inches wide.
Eighteen Silk Georgette J- QQ
lilouses; Extra Special. . . y JL0
Bemainder of a special group; for
merly up to $5.00.
Sizes 34 anT.16 only.
Elastic Girdles; Extra Special
20 Per Cent Off.
Lale and closed backs; "H and W"
brand; flesh only.
All lengths and sizes.
Regularly $3.00 to $4.50.
per In cliargn
In and plcot-Inc.
A Talc of
The tale of these suits is one of
interest for one who is economic
ally inclined, for one who follows
the fashionsand but the de
tails. A certain manufacturer found that the
declining woolen and silk market depre
ciated his stock, immediate disposal was
in order at considerably reduced prices,
we selected twenty of the suits offered at
a saving which we pass on to you.
Buttons, fancy stitching and fur trim
mings enhance suits of distinguished style
Navy, blue, brown, copen, Japanese blue
and burgundy are the principal colors.
Linings of satin, pussywillow and fou
lard, both fancy ana plain.
Sizes 16 to 38.
Suit section, Third floor.
Hair How Ribbons;
Good assortment of designs and colors.
Beg'ularly to 85c.
Pretty plaids, stripes; floral and conventional
Special Prices on Pcqnot Sheets
Seamless, torn and hemmed:
$2.75 Sheets; 63xa9-in.; special $2.20
$3,00 Shpets; 81x00-in.; special $2 AO
$3.25 Sheets; 81x99-in.; special $2.60
$3.50 Sheets; 81x09-in.; hemstitched special $2.80
Mohawk Sheets Extra Special Prices
i Torn and hemmed, seamless.
$2.75 Sheets; 81x99; plain hem $2.20
$3.00 Sheets; 81x99; hemstitched $2.-10
Seamed Sheets; AA
Extra Special $JUUU
Medium grade of bleached muslin.
"Indian Head" Muslin; Extra Special Prices
36-inch, extra special '. 47c
44-inch, extra special , 52c
54-inch, extra special 50c
Women's Glove Silk Hose;
Plain brown and black.
Also fancy ribbed.
Excellent grade all pure thread silk.
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