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THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 6, 1906.
3 : PACKING HOUSES INVESTIGATED Continued ii-,,m i'v,, -ji. ift abator Let nothing keep you away. SALE positively will open on June 5th at 9 o'clock! a. in. sharp THE Tulsa, I. i . The Old Racket Stcro 1C2 Main Street every is, can regular your eyes We SKIRTS! SKIRTS! SKIRTS! Ymi can buy what ladies, hats we have left at ymir own pnre A small lot of embroideries at half what the e-oodd cost. Due lot of black Taffeta Silk Skirts worth 112.00, Sale price $7.85 One lot of extra fine Silk Skirls, wor lb 15.00, Sale price $7.90 One lot of black Allover Skills, worth ijO to Sale price ....$2.85 One lot of Sample Skirts of all col ors, the very latest and best quality, worth up tu if 12.50, choice ....$1.65 One lot of Skirts, mohair, lirillian tine and broadcloth, worth up to tf7, Sale price $2.95 One lot of Skirts, all colors, worth up to if'5, Sale price $2 25 One lot of Misses' Skirts, all col ors, worth up to 3.511, Sale price $1.95 One lot of White l.inen and Mohair Skirts from $110 to $5.85 One lot of Lijrlit I'laid Fine Skirts, the l'.50 quality, Sale price. .. .$6.60 LACE CURTAINS. Genuine Nottingham Curtains, worth $1,511, Sale l'rice 69c Genuine Iinissels Net I-nce Cur tains, worth f2, for 98c WAISTS. Fine Silk Waists in white and t d ors nt less than wholesale cost. One lot of white China Silk Wnists at $1-38 One lot of Wihte Waists, worth 75c for 28c One lot of extra line Waists, worth up to $1.50, Sale price 69c One lot of real fine Waists, with short and loiijr sleeves, worth up to $3.50, Sale price $1.38 WRAPPERS. One lot of wrappers in all colors, well made, worth $1.50, Closinsr Out Trice 75c FAMOUS OUR GUARANTEE: I can assure emh and every purchaser absolute nut eorrect. Every article and ereiy gurment in the house maiked in THE FALBS, TULSA la Save This 10,000 ess m F we Mre uomneneu to ben uur ok On aci-ifiiiit (if in t being i i T j I - - .i gel the lease expires, September 15th, and n 'I being aide to secure a desirable I. such n tables, milliters, sheivil.,:, large st le locking glasses, one Singe going: tn li'avi; the Ti l l i( i :i v mid w me moving tu Texas, and t prcv the trouble ui' boxing iii this stock. v..1 pn I'cr placing tin' stuck at tin' mcr eiiiiie stuck and fixtures. Take hit siderat ion that tlis salt' wi! Ii I lie very largest sale that was r er ii ' t iin ! -l, involving thousands of did arc going tn place nil sale fur 30 day.-, beginning Tuesday, dime 5ih, a and arrange lny mammoth stock, a:i I en up again Tuesday, dime .". Fa-low I iinto I In' big price lieicin i 1 1 . t f 1 I t lint meet tin' d :uuinnHe absolutely Vim. dare yen, in justice tn yourself, ovcrloo dealer I'm- high grade spring and summer mere and lie ciuivinced. will sell in small Juts tn nn'icliaiit,, at T.'ic MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. Corset Covers, worth ,'i5c, Sale I'nce ik Corset Ciimts, worth 50c, Sale price 25c Cutset Clivers, worth 75c, Sale price . . .- 39c Drawers, worth 50c, Sale price 25c Skirts, worth ifl.00, for 48c Skirts, worth .f 1.50, for 69c fiowns, worth if 1.50, Sale Price C8c CORSETS! CORSETS! One lot of J. I!. Corsets, the fin est Corset made, worth if 1.50, to close at 68c One lot of Corsets, worth 5lle, for 19c MEN'S FURNISHINGS. Men's balbrian and fancy un dershirts and drawers, worth 25c, Sale l'rice He Men's extra quality shirt and drawers, the very best quality, worth CUc it garment, Sale price 35c Men's black and tan and fancy sox, worth 15c, Sale price fic Men's fancy hose, worth 25c per pair, Sale price He Men's fancy hose, worth 5He, Sale price -19c Men's $1 ue!ii;ee shirts, all sizes, nt 37 l-2c Men's $1.51) neijlijjee shirts, ben': nmde, at 73c Men's elastic seam drawers, nt, per pnir '5c Men's siispeiideis. the 50c quality, for t 19c Men's 50c and 75e ties, fr 19c Men's heavy work gloves, regular 75c, Sale Price 39c CHILDREN'S AND INFANTS' DRESSES. At less than the material cost tu mnk. and worth of Ladies' and Cents' ready -to-wear garments for Men, Women and children, to be distributed into homes of the people b the l amous store, Tulsa, I T, in thirty days, beginning Tuesday, June 5 at a. m. mn b ?!k n right kind id' n i ii I i. mi 'l iii' building, in-ill ii n in Tulsa, w e l.a e M-wiii-; machine, u.e v . : I pa in: sni-h Ikm y ..! t!,i' public tur I' gn ;i importam -i- ".!! ( mivi v In a. in., sliarp. .Mv en-main s nt t ii cseii t day, with liaruains n ie-t a nd -jicalc-t values mi correct and the lie liaiice like -e. fso didlar. a audi this tn ,ie at least mn , cniniumi sense, wi on the SHOES! SHOES!! SHOES!!! Almost given away an enormous the public. Men 's single and double sole lace Landun Cup Toe, the latest style, worth $2.25 mid $2,110, Closin; Out l'rice $1-45 .Youth's of the same shoes at ..98c Men's Shoes for business wear, that means service and comfort, all the newest styles and shapes, worth $.'1.5(1, Closinsr Out Price $2.48 Men's tine dress shoes in enamel calf, patent leather and vici kid shoes best workmanship and finish, McKay sewed, every pair guaranteed and ac tually worth $5.00, Cli si'ne; Out Price $3.50 lioys' shoes, made of box calf, vici kid, will stand roiiuli wearinu for boys, win lb $2.00, Cliisin- Out Price $1-39 LADIES AND MISSES' SHOES Ladies line vici kid shoes, hut ton ami lace, the newest shapes, all guar anteed worth $2.00, Clnsiu- Out Price $1.45 Over 5.000 pnir ladies line shoes, Cincinnati make, positively the lin es! shoe in Tulsa, and are worth fi-niii $3 In $5 per pair, Closinj; Out Price $1-98 to $5 ( Mil lot Ml laides oxfords, patent leather, worth $2.00, Clnsini: Out Pi ice One lot of ladiis' Oxfords, ..$1.60 pad nt make, ..$1.89 ddicn 's leather, this season s best worth $3. Closiii'; hit Price. . One lot of Mi es' nnd Chi oxfords at less than wholesal to manufacture. rice CRAVENETTE COATS. One lot of Indies Ciaveni-t coats in olive and fur collars, this season's be.-t foods nnd are worn all the year round, nnd are sold the world over for $12.50 Closim: Out Price.. $6.75 I g-ui.ranlcc every garment, ( ne price for all. satisfaction, plain figure Ify Oil In - Wait Until ri 112 "J FTi f3 I ..'.1 W Wxa li wo an i- di-i-id hoii .M height: lot d l sir, t" I In LIM' "I building In n livir We ii c,.'-c .ml o: I sale I'm- a i-nl ii i' stuck, als. ia-lalde Ian. etc. il'-h li.n : iH-tai'cc, ainl .i prevent all u!i;ch i line -i- cvpict In t i I . i-o n' i. in 1 it;. iii a i a-' i s ..)' .'id mile-, and it is 3il i la , in i: tn tin- pi-. '.i -one iilci of i !, i mai v lei's liar-.-ains -I. no will he -I..m I Mnv la me tn re vcr lief' ic in- i rd of in t'.e carlli lloW st .III- you in ihe half the price Voti v. ill !. Iiu'.ian Territmv, Tin ly lieil tn llie and : which nature has endowed v. u. ( HANDKERCHIEFS. Ladies' and children '. .bnyilyXc Ladies' einhroideu'd handkerchiefs, positively worth 25c, Sale Price ..8c One lot of men's 4-ply collars, the best collar made, regular price 10c, Closing Out Price 8c One lot of ties, worth up to $1.00, Closin- Out Price 25c One lot of satin underskirts, from 48c to $2.00 One lot of black silk coats, worth $x, Closiuv. Out Price $3.95 One lot of black silk coats, worth kid, wil stand roiiyh wearing for One lot of black silk real loir,' coats, worth $10.00, Closing Out Price ...$8.95 One lot of coiiifmts, made out of the best satin, tilled with pure cot ton, real larue, worth $3 and $3.50, Cli.siu- Out Price $1-68 Il will pay you to liny these voods and save them for cold weather. CHILDREN'S DRESSES. One lot of children's dresses, 1 In 5 year-, all colors, at 5 to 1 I vears, at iiyi-s .25c .75c One lot of children's Presses, ayes 5 to 1 I years, nicely trimmed, worth $2.50, Closim: Out l'rice $1.25 One lot of children's dresses, in white lawn, nicely trimmed, a-es 5 to 11 years, worth $2.50 and $3, Closim.' Out Price $1-48 One lot of wa-h underskirts, worth $1, Closim: Out Price. 49c TRUNKS AND SUIT CASES. One lot of trunks with ea,tlicr .-traps, 32x31 inches, with trays and hat boxes, well handed and finished, worth $5. Closim.' Out l'rice $3.30 One lot of trunks, .vorlh $5 and $0, Closim: Out Price $4.20 One l"t of suit eases, worth $2.00, Closim.' Out Price $1.38 every price and every statement here made, and Make no mistake. Be sure and find the right place. ; the date wel', Tuesday, June 9 o'clock. 5, at III arc THE tli.it e - mark Tulsa, I. T. The Old Racket Storo 102 Main Street ami l ion Ihe with CHILDREN'S LACE CAPS. ...One. lot of children's lace c-ais. One lot of children's lace caps, worth 25c and $1.00, Closinir Out Price 48c One lot of children's caps, real fine yoods, worth $1.50 to $2.00, Closing Out Price 69c One lot of children's caps, larjje asoitnient in silk, worth $1 to $1.50, Closing Out l'rice 73c One lot of extra fine child's caps, worth $2, and $2.50, Closing Out Price .95c WHITE MOHAIR AND LINEN SKIRTS. All this will be sold at what tho i:ooils cost Iii mnn-ulaiturc all this season 's goods. FREE! FREE!! We have about 1.000 lionets, in all shapes ami colors, we will give away free with every purchase of $2 and over. Choice of any bonnet free tu each customer with $2 purchase. A few men's hoots, that are the be-l make, and wmth $5 a pair, to eh si- out , per pair . . .$2.00 to $2.50 One lot of cliildnn's wash suits ill all the different styles and color.-, urn-lb from $1 to $2.50 suit. Closim.' Out Sale Pi ice ..$2 to $2.50 Closim: )ut Sale Price. . . 4?C to $1.25 One lot of fancy parasols, ladies, nnd misses, all colors, worth from $1.25 t $1.0, Closim: tint Sale Price. .75c to $1.4S One lot of napkins of real linen, worth $2.00 a do.en, Closim: Out Price 98c One lot of napkins, the very best linen, cheap at $2.50 a doen, Closim: Out Price $120 One h'l of table cloths, worth $1.50, Closim.' Oiq Trice '5c One lot of laiX'e pillow .-hams, larje si.e, worth $1 a pair, Closing Out Trice 50c I will exchange anything FAMOUS "pti' na uilh (he siiperiiitemlenls or ii p:eseulatives of !,. puckers, as the Government ! cs imi i-nuccni il-clf with the disposition of meats -T liny have passed iu-pectiull on ' li e killing liner. It miht u be , In ate.! w llli chemicals, mixed with other meals, turned mil in any form of meat pioduct desired, and yet the J packages or receptacles in which :t was ,i be shipped out In the public would be marked wilh a label that their ( tenls had been "Govern ment inspected." It is not alleged licuc that such use was tu be made of this siuiV. The case is pointed out a- one showing the glaiiiu oportun il.v lor the misuse of a label bearing; ' ihe name ami the implied jruaranty of the 1'nited States Government. I A no I her instance of abuse in the use i f labels came tn mir notice. !u l'-.n different esial.lishmeiils great ' stocks of old canned goods were be I iug lull lhroiiL-h a washing inmvss t, ! remove ;e i Id labels. They were 11 s,.,l,.,.,.d n .,.')., .;,..,( '.t to (. 1 l u;i the colli .:! In use the .'' - !' the . in s.ipi linleihlcnt, After this, fresh labels, with the Government name mi them, were to he placed upon the cans and they were he sent out bearing all the evidence "I l-eiu-g a freshly put up product. Li ' lie of these instances, by the ad mission of the superintendent, tho stock thus being relabeled was over two yiars old. In the oilier case the superintendent evaded a statement !' how- old the good- were. Treatmeiit of Employees. The lack of consideration for the health and comfort of the lahoiers in I'.e Chicago stock yards st is tu be a direct i M-iiuence of (he system uf ai'minisiratioii that prevails . Tho various departments are under the direct control of superintendents who claim tn use full aulliorily in deal in: with the employees and who seem tn ignore nil considerations ex cept those of the account book. I'nder this system proper care of the pro ducts and of the 'health and comfort of the employees is impossible, and the consumer suffers in consequence. The insanitary conditions in which the lalm rem work ami the feverish lain met ianltv aiirvr men - iitiuiu.--J'hysicians stale that tuberculosis in disproportionately pievalent in the stock yards, ami the victims of this disease expectorate on the simngy wooden floors of the dark workrooms, from which falling scraps of meat are later shoveled up to be converted into food products. Even the ordinary decencies of life are completely ignored. In prac tically all cases the ilnors of the toilet rooms open directly into the winking rooms, the privies of men and women frequently adjoin, and the entrances are sometimes no more than a foot or two apart. In other eases there are no privies for women in the rooms in which they work, and tn reach the nearest it is neces sary lu gn up or down a couple of lliglits ot stairs. lu one iioliceaiiio instance the privy for the woi.ien working in several adjoining rooms was in a room in wliich men chielly were employed, ami eveiy girl jinjjf tn use Ibis had tn pass by the work ing places of dozens of male opera lives ami enter the privy, the door of which was not six feet from tho working place of one of the men operatives. As previously noted, in the privies for men ami women alike there are nu partitions, but simply a row of open seats. Pest rooms, where tired women workers might go for a short rest, were I'mmd as rare exceptions, and in some establish ments women are even placed in charge of privies chiefly for the pur pose, it is Muted, t" see that tho gills did lint absent themselves ton lung from their wmk under the ex 'Mise of visiting them. In some in stances what was culled a rest room was simply one end of the privy par titioned oil by a six-foot partition fri m the remaiuir.g inclosure. A few girls were found using this, not : nly as a rest im in, but as the only available place in which to sit and eat their luncheon. Much of the work in connection with the handling of meat has to be carried on in rooms of a low tem perature. ' 'U even L'ie a callous dis regard was everywhere seen for the -comfort of those who worked in these rooms. Girls and women were i found in rooms reL'istcrinit a tem i in-rature of 3.S dcuiei-s, F. without i ' anv ventilation whatever, depending entirely upon artificial light. The ' fi.Hir were wet and ' soggy, and in I some cases covered w ith water, so Continued on Page 6. IHHIIIM