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THE TULSA DA1LI Wokui. si i . NOV K M H V
rev r ntt v. : v man si US of IH ii ri KH M. M If i. issr is 1 1 n vims i ii it im i i: OOM I- t nvil.s I I' MOMMY, both in i b nunilMi at m ltn mi -uniinod uid In Mia r-ii mi i nun t(,i in ..i-iirum tin- him fur nasi lay, Couusal rsiirsssiitlug ths govsrn Man) an ISdwin w dosvonor, special 11 . in in ii, a 1 1 t i gsnsrsl nf Mi. i nlti d Hi iti mid Joseph it. ln ling! uid tot i hi- iii fi n.iiiiiiK, .i udg William i. Mpjluuh, ii Omaha itnd John i'. Wilson Mid Bdaur A, Uuu i rofl "i Chicago, f: : .Mi DENY THEY HAVE KONCPOLY ((overrun ml Claims Wioi k'lolutod Hltornuui Unl-Twist i mi In nil'.' Oraulxallou, ST PAUL, Nov. 1. - Til,' cult "f ll"' United Btatei vs. International Barvsa tar company tn dissolve it, alll oomi mi for hearing in tin' United State dlatrloi court hare before Circuit Juiise Sanborn, Hook unu smith on next Monday, in ktat patitlon, which wu (lied April :t". mm. lb government alleges Utat the International Harves. h i' oompaay wim orsanlaed in LtOi ai trust, in vlshUioo "f th.- Sherman law; that itf purohaae of the plant, properties and business "f th'- M -Cormack, Deerina, Piano, Warder, Bushnell ,v Ulassner unil Iftlivaukee companies created in that company a monopoly "f tli'' business in blndarsi mowers, rakes and binder twine in tin' United Btatea; and that, in its business methods and practlcea, the company had Increased it" prices, n th,' grave injury nf tin1 farmers, and had coeroed dealers and eliminated competitors. The company, in its answer, filed August ft. mi, admitted the pur chase nf tin' harvester properties am! liu nesi "f tin- five vendor companies inn denied that the company s or ganised for nny unlawful purpoae "r thai such purchase gave It a monopo ly in th, harvester trade, ir that it hail Increased prices, or that lis buti ii, methods ami practices bad Injur ed tin- farmers "i the dealers, or its competitors, but, on the contrary its in v. . r stated thai its organisation and business had been a benefit to the farmers in Improved machines ami hi rvices, and in thn low prices of the machines. Tin' taking of evidence on behalf of Hi., government began at Chicago on September 10. I91S, before Robert s. Taylor examiner, The government called witnesses at hearings held in Chicago, New Pork, Bt Louis and St. I 'a ill. ( in behalf 'if the Harvester com pany witnesses wi'r called at lnar Inga held at Omaha. Msb., Wichita, Kins. Kansas City, Mo.; BIOUX PhIIh, B. D Bt Pn hi. Minn.. Pltstfcurffh, Pi., and Chicago, The taking of evidence was mm pleted "ii June 27, hist. Tlw record returned to the court by the Baaiu Iner constats, with the exhibits of is printed volumes of about ioo pages each. This rase Is brlicyed to be a rc'or'l III I till Mi ! V M l i'l '.lis lll.it ItVS VM .III 111 . I.. I.-, that ilt II tare are hermit si Ulan n in a ulaoe of m II Th'.'M' ui'' souls 1 1 K a pai t ii, a I, IIom I. is in tnamenl : Than aii' pionasi souls, thai bhus their paths Where highways never run -Km h t in,' live b) Ho suir ui' thr road And i"' a ii'i' ml of man, bat in, live in a bouse by ths aids of tin road Winn' tin- race ui man go by, The men that ait good and tbt man thai are bad, An good ami as bad as I, i would no) sit in the tfoornsr'fl seat, I in b ill tli,' i nic'S bun - -Lei nn live in a hotUM ly thu sitle of tti,' road, Ami be a Hi. mi to man, I sae i'ii. in in) buns,- by the side of tm mud, By ii..- .-aii ui iii,. bighway "f life, 'iiu- men who preas with tbo vdoi of J tl," hops, I Tbt- no ii win. aif faint Willi the strife, I Dm I turn " away from their smiles nor 1 1" Ir tears, Both parti of an Infinite plan, i.'-t no' live in my home by tin side of; the road Ami It a tin. ml to man. I m . lb ui y Kelinan. Dame Partlet, tlio Idvertl r. Th. following paragraph from an article by Andrew i.ang may prove profitably suggestive u. those who have waifs tu sill mill an- shy about udvertlaing them, "When a goose lays an kk'' saiti Mr. Lang, "aha just waddles "ir as if she was Bttjjgtn ,i ..f it because she Is a goose, When a hen lays an egg ah, sin- calls heaven and earth to wit less it! Th, hen is a natural born advertiser. Hence tin- demand fir Inns' eggs exceeds the demand for goose eggs, and the ben has all the business she can attend to," Vouth's i 'ompanlon, Tulsa ha.- bet n choasn us tin' plucf uf lite, tilin for tho V. II. M. 8 CltnVl ti ll! r tiir Tulsa-Muskogee dtatrtota i.t iii.- Methodist Episcopal church, It In I,, In' In-Ill at ill hit M i'l boil ml Bpls oopul i hurl h, corner of Third and Trenton, on November sixth and sev enth 'tins uonvntlon is the flrai to bit in hi in the district ami is fur pur pose of affecting an organ isatioii "t the two dlatriots. There will bo special speakers and slutting ami a good pro gram. Ws would hiti t.i masi anyone iii is interested m Horns Missionary Work at this convention, Look ft r tin- program srhlch win ba published later, The Rsv, Warleasi thr new preachay for tinier church lias arrived in thr otty ami will oonduol lervlces on Sunduy, Nov. 2. or, mi Memorial Method 1st tCpiwopal. (E, E. Dagloy, iiitstur. Residence 1342 Quincy.) Sunday school ut 9: an with classes for all ages, P. I- EBssley, superin tendent. Preaching service 10:10 by the pastor. This momiUg thr first of a gerieg of sermons on "The Christ" will be begun. The subject todai "Tli.- Christ "f thr Incarnation," atll bs followed on succeeding Sundays with "The Christ of thr Jordan." "Th.- Christ of lie- iv. pie," "thr Christ "f Harmon," ami "The Christ uf i 'alvai y." Preaching agon Sunday evening at 7.3". aii air cordially Invited t" Worship with us. WW. immm mm ! 'ffTai!lll?fj'i'l 1 Pe-ni-na Pic- f ' vti is t tii Liny I - Cold. "I I Ono Dose in Tiuic, Ba vn Nine. Ni ff, Thr Evani mil till UK III' ' pastor ex thr pie sat for nil tin- Curriculum hia Public Ledger. J iropar thai i ihicago i ,'ib-il in thr i 'urrifuluut Prom Philadelphia It is quits in should teach agriculture m her nigbf schools, Chicago's im1 aquare miles takes in a large pan of Illinois, which la one of thr great farming ntsfrns .1 i he Union, The foreigner who ad drsaaos a letter to Illinois in care "f Chicago knew sum. thing of distances, The Music teacher "Johnny in Im proving daily in his violin playing," Johnny's mother (gratified) "Is that SO? We didn't know whither he was Improving or we wars Jusi getting more usrtl to it." .ludge. tm i nit nil for that fea- con- una- BAD TASTE OR LAZY LIVER DIME A BOX Nt ...lil- how iniirh aches; how miserable constipation, lodlgiastlon) blliouanaas, a "Cascaret" tonight straightens you out by morning. Clean your stomach, liver and bow els tonight; end thr headache, bil iousness, dlsxlness, nervousness, tht ir head j all other distress; relieve your slun ire from stlh Liver anil Bowels of all the smir bib', cast's an. I clogged-Up waste which is produolng misery, a 10-cenl inix of Casoareta keeps your brail clear, stomach sweet, liver aii,! bowels regular and you feel bully for month Don') forget the chil dren their little InMdes need a gen- bnui'. iMssy stoma, h, backat lie ami tie cleansing, too. CANDY CATHARTIC O CENT BOXES -ANY DRUG STORE 3 15 4 13 CENT DOES I IrM Mi'tliodlst I ;plst'tital i Fifth ami Boulder, Bev, Prank Pastor.) Today is Important llstic meetings bruin. Evangelist Barrett sre ready for wol i and tin peota tl" co-oporatlon of from thr first service, Sllllilav Srlloiil Willi clai ages, at :3. Preaching by Mr. Barrett at 10:46. Junior League, led by Miss Calvert at :',;tiU. Rpworth League "Inaptratlonal" meting, 0;M, auhjeot "Bffioiencg," led by Miss Rowena Stephens. Preaching at 7:10 by Mr. Barrett. Mr. Barrett comes well r ni, a plain, gospel preacl am! hear him, If you can kind of preaching, Thr singing will be a special lure of the tnetlngs, which will tinue for three weeks, unless voidable difficulties arisr. Miss Mary Barrett will sing at prac tically every service, and the irreat chorus choir of this singing church will be led by Bev. Frank aTeff, the pastor, who believes in the BCTiptUral Injunction, "11 All the People shik." New books have been ordered, and we will use many '.I tin- "hi favorites, and will learn to sitisT many new ones that have th.- i, Id-time swing. All an- Invited to annul these srr- Rrsl Baptist Church. 'omer Cincinnati Ave and Fourth BL Karley ht Marriott, pastor. Res. 4ttt s. Cincinnati Ave.) Morning sermon 1 1 u. m. Evening sermon, 7 30 p. m. Bev. J. w. .b ut of Lancaster, Texas win occupy the pulpit book morning and evening. In-. Marriott will be out of the city for thr day. aii strangers in time ity are aspect ally Invited t" worship here. Sunday school at :t0 a. m. B. V. I'. P. at 0:311 p, in. Special niusio will be rendered morning and evening. Sen, mi Baptist, (Corner First and Olympla. t". B, Cannady, Pastor. Residence No. 3 Bouth Olympia.) Sunday school at 9:45 a. m., C, D, Smith, Supt. Preaching services ut 11 a. m., and 7;3n p. m. Morning subject: "Immortal Mis tal ea." Evening subject "A Wasted Life." n. v. p. p. service at fi;30 p. m.. Many people persist in riding on thr street oars. Insuffioisntl) protect ad by clothing, They start out i"'ih.iis m iiir hssi i.f thr da) and do noi feel tin need of wraps Thr rapid movini of the oar cools the body unduly Whin tiny braid the ear perhaps they are slightly per spiring When thr bod) b In thla condition it is easily chilled. Tins Is especially trua when s person i "it ting. Beginning a street oar ride In tin middle f the day and endln i II In ihe evsnlng almost Invariably requires extra wraps, hut pi.- do ma ..I. serve these precautions, hence they catch cold, Colds sre vriy frequent in the autumn mi tins account d as lbs iiniiiriin advances they il" in i di oi ease, During the autumn months no our should i hlnk "i liiiiiu; mi iii. . ai with out belni provided with a i sp, A cold caught in th.- autumn is liable to last through thr entire win ter. Qreel caution should be observed at this season against exposure to cold, During tb" pleasant .lays rf autumn, the liability uf catching cold is gregt. No wonder so many peopl muscular rheumatism ami dlseuses during this season. However, in spite "f thr greatest precautions, colds will in- caught. Those win, object to liquid uiodii ut At thr appearance nf the first symp torn, Peru ns should be taken accord Ins to directions on thr bottle, ami continued until every symptom dts appeara Bo not inn it oft. iiu not waste time b talking li over Begin at once to bike Pet una, and continue taking it until ynn an' positive that the fold bus entire!) dlaappeared. Tins may . i ...a . '. I . : I bav In III t gear Juit takt w raps with you, sun- y.ui a long and perhaps :lllrss bilt'l' nil. t "Iii i ausnd DcaforMN. Mr, Turner Sampson, u. i Man. heater, N. II . wt Itos i. nn troubled ith catarrah i hi a. i i.t spells for a number o : I asi Jul) I took a bold nOld and was deaf in our oar I gm discouraged and thought it would nevet be any batter, i was advised t. ny Per una i '...I. ..in- bottle and was cured, I would a. his.- an) "iir who Is afflicted t" give Peruna a trial, belli I rig that thr relief ih.it I Bos 'My iean Require itarrhal tin y .11 expel lend have," Mir i, , i, i uid i eaHy. Mil., i'. K I. ..in; writes from P'.',. Llndsuy, Cal., as fullowa: little girl h."l a i UUgh that had I troubling in r f..i bail- months. Bh took cold easily, and would Whees land have spells of coughing ths would s dimes last tor a half bom "p., fore .'iir i" xan taking sour iv runs she suffered evorythlng in th way "i cough, folds and i now sin s well and Strong r n i, i en iii her life." - ran now procure Peru us imp. but sin baa Adv. bin-. Charlea Fox, prcsld nt. Prayer meeting SMiursd-.j evening itt 7:30. You are urged to an. mi all these servioea M'e want to help you and . thai you shall br of help to US, This its a church for tin oommon people ami our aim is to make this pail ,,f Tulsa a model community t) leading all tn a higher and nobler life. Will you not co-operate with us? A hearty welcome awaits you. Strang era especially Invited t" worship with lis. Freedom from Rent COLLEGE VIEW ADDITION One Dollar Down One Dollar a Week Jont tm Monday evening Bev, J. W ot Texas, will preach for us. lb old time fin mi of tin- pastor, lb to hear him. Trinity Rpinoopal t'hurclt. (for. Piflli ami t 'iiu iiin.it I Sis. Rev. c. . (Cling, Rector. Sunday school, 1:46 a. ni. ib.iy Communion and sermon by thr Beotor lMKi a. m. Sermon sub jrrt, "Tin- Promises of Christ," a ser mon touching upon tin- significance Of All Saints liay. Evening prayer and sermon by the Rector, 7:45 p. in. Trinity Guild will n t in I In- Guild room, Thursday, Nov, at 2 : 80 p. m. ANDERSON 201 Palac. BERRY CO Buiklim: Lutheran Church. (Assembly room, court in. us. Rifford, Pastor.) l a a. in. Bundst hoof. 1 1 a. in. M .-tiling sorvlc mon by thr pastor. The render some special music tlirrrlii.il ..f Mr. IL K. Hill. 7 p. m. Luther leagui will bav Itt topic "(i.iti's Loving Care." 7.30 p. in. "Tin- Choi f a King" Is the subject for the evening servloe. Let ns have a full attendance, Coma C. W. wit h si r- I choir will under tin-! for P. exercises si by classes at ik's. Isitors f The Real Price Reduction Sale Is in Progress at the Faltison- Weber Dry Goods Company During the npt two weeks we will make still greater reduc tion! mi every article in the bouse. Dry Goods, Ladies' Suits and Coats; Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats. Shoes, Milli nery, Hundreds of new s;miile lines in every department will lie placed in stin k for the next two weeks' Belling, Avail yourself id' the Kivatest money-saving event in the history of Tulsa. Four dollar will du more than double service during this sale. Monday, Koverber3i'd tu November 17th. Faltison- Weber Dry Goods Co. 120 EA-'iT SECOND ST. Nebraska Building ill PI rut Christian Church. O'.uii. i fourth ami Boulder, Q Taubman, Minister. Bible school i penlni 1:45; study at the blbl 10:06, classes tor all w elooms The mlnlsti r w ill preach on "We Would Bee Jesus" at eleven o'clock in connection with tin- regular weekly observance of thr Lord's supper, Christian Endeavor meeting at 6:3n leader PVrof, .1. 11. Brown. All young people cordially Invited. "Getting Home Prom Third, or. Tin Biggest fjraveyard in tin- World" in tin- subject of a bast bull sermon to hi- delivered at 7:4E. Mul. week meeting, Wednesday tiiKht at 7:45. lb ni" folk ami visitors an welcome. Th.' supplies for church attendance distributed Sunday. of the First ehurrh is urged to attend the morning service. Important an nouncement about ib" winter's work. it !t thr church that welcomes thr stranger. Superintendent, (i. ii. St.'it.-. assist ant superintendent, At 1 1 :dii a. in. 1 lootor Knickerbock er's sermon win in- "Let nn- Alone," Anthem by the choir "Lift Up your 1 mail. ,-11.1,1 .Mr spimtlrr. I 6:80 p. in. young people's service. 7:30 p, m. great people's service. Thriii.' fur thr evening sermon "Kr ea Wonders of tin- World." Special music by mixed quartette ami solo by Mrs. ranis. Th,- visiting nursi if th" International Dry Farming Con gress are especially invited to this service, first Church of Christ, Scientist (Brock man Btdg. comer Ninth and BoUth Main BtS.) Bunday services n a. m, Subject: "Km r lasting Punishment" Qolden TrM : Revelation -': II. Bunday school for tin children at 9:30. Testimonial meetings every Wed nesday evening at k o'clock. Thla church maintains a free Chris Hen Bclenoc reading room in room 111 Central National bang libit;, which is open to th.. public every day except Sundays and legs holidays, from 1 1:30 tu -t:3ii p. in. II.,.- Mm bible anil all authorised Christian Science literature may be road or purchased If tb sii' il. aii an rdlally Invited t.. attend the services and visit the nailing loom. thr unantm campaign will rv Evi im member German forest rs are experimenting uith Douglas fur from the im 'i t-'tntr.s trying to find a variety which win combine the fast growing quality of the Pacific Coast form and th" hardiness of thr Rocky Mountain form. WORDS OF PR JSE For M AYR'S Wonderful Stomach Remedy first Presbyterian Church. (Corner Seventh and South Boston, c w. Kerr, pastor.) 9:45 a. ni. Suinlay school. Will USS new KinvinK book. ii:oo a. m. Bofmuu, subject. "Dry rearming Methods In Connection With ( hurrh Life." I:S p. in C. K. service, leader. Miss SSPrie Hale. 7:30 p. 111. Bvanlng sermon, subject; "At Katl'-sh Bnrnesl" A! tin- rveninK1 aeiviue we win use our new singing book. We will learn to sing the new! s. a .1' which was go popular at Winona l.akr this year anil whu h Olpay Smith Is going to sin around the World. "The Touch of His Band." Then- will he good choir und organ music at curb service. j At the morning service ttl re W ill be public reception nf members and liap- 1 tlsm of Infants. Tht SeSSlS,1 will meet in the DSgtOH study ut 10: If. t.. receive any othris who drslre tn units with the church. Come und enjoy the ggrvlcea with Boston venue M. B, Church. Corner I1fth and Boston. Bev, P. B. Bnlokerbook sr, pastor. Resldsnce j 1M Smith Boston, Phone 1603.1 Sunday school 11:15 a. in. J. It. Colo j r "00V tli.inif.il vr art tn hi fur fitting a hold uf ttjur Wtni. .-rftil It-m ed M Will MVid Ml int find lint bo 1 1 ti , Id) livt- if iii. badj uot IkV k n MBf tVoavVi ful RtkaWtJj irbdiB iki -lid Om iiior' nt th't pr- mil 1 I l-.tiri fi.-s fr.Bin ht'irt IrOMbli 'td f T' i- frtini that diHturti!nK Niiualfia si) the nnulu nt tiM asTMtMMU Md tht VKUUlfMUl of fl V4 or - huhdi"l QftU StOMi Mow if bit? to fat ri i hi n k 'h1 WOO if and hr no pi tit i fi-tti aid oofon ttrtfn fooc w fi rinc tin- had M IppttlU and whofl nh bI anj tliinfc,' rat wiul,j nifftr it atli for an do ing; IM eooil nn vi at nigtht; felooi tak ir.y our t ri at incut kin itMM wll All nijjhf loii T. A. Neall, Boanogie. TeEaa .' " The itoVi Is-ttrr IwOtlld coiiTinct yu morr ihftii any thlna; we mnld iv in behalf of M.ijrr'a Wonderful Httnuach Reuedy. Huf lofoffl khuuld try tint- dim of tfcin H ind om du" hhould ct.it viii-1- thfin thht tney can br rttlOfol to btoltaV N-arly all Htim ach Ailuit uti nr MOlol b th i-'ning of th tntfitinal tm t with mucoid and a ti rlnl Bcrrvti'tna a Mo wins; imio4tii a flmdi inlaj MM MOMMb and (i'h"iwle d r ircini tl,. dlgei i.. '. b Halt'l Wondorful Stomach Remody pai'i.!y rotoovot iMoa errtfon It bout a tMfnttl oprrAtion and put". Mi tad lo OoImi tMekn. Doom mi tb Htoniiu h itift IntfsthiPi and inl ( th" u il ayinptoins of HtoniR'-h. I.lvr and Ticktltiau AJlmpnta, Al fnttt druafiat ihoui Mayr'i WoncUrful Stoin.Th Hmtdy I iMd QfO II. Mb r. USg. CloOiUl 1 M Wlililr.ic St.. Cbiffig-j III. f..r fr.- '..-klM on Htomarh Ail menta and ifanjr rrattful tettrra from POjm who hav1 btfl ri'si-tftU. jim'.-i PfOg ro Uttoifi k fi mm CO VsHLl OF Town Lots in Tulsa WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY IRVIN PLACE ADDITION to be sold at auction for the high dollar Oil EASY TERMS Lo!s Reserved Every Un sold Lot Subject to the Highest Bidder . Street cars and automobiles will leave the corner of Fourth and Main streets Wednesday and Tliurs day at 12:30 p. m. carrying you out to the sale. The people of Tuls;t are Familiar with Beautiful Irving Place, and know tliat it is one )' the highest and prettiest sub-divisions ever offered tn the public ami in ;i BhoH time will In1 the resident portion it our i ity. mi account of its o&oae proximity to the Business Center of Tulsa. Never before, nor never again, will you have an opportunity to buy property like this at fiiMic Auction Your price will be our price. You set the p;.je and we follow. Every Lot is 50x140 Feet With 20 Foot Alleys Come out Sunday and ielecj thr lot you wish to hid mi Wednesday. We will be on tin- ground to show ymi over the property and give you any Lnfof nation you may desire. Remember the date Wednesday and Thursday, Nov. 5 and 6 RICHARD FLOOD Late Townsite Man M. 0. & 1. Railroad, Aucnoneer.