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THK TM-M P A I L y WORLD (SUNDAY, NOVEMBER Ifi, 1013
F I V B 1 1 UK been hii J Itul'i'-I I) v M WW I' m ill III i iM I'l l I I IN I i.i; I'l l ML, ISSUE AN ART SOOKLET .iiiimIii "iiiinltn r I'oatl'rda M iil c I om I ii rglUM ..ilnniy Plana I'ori I nil), H'hlli' much him liii-n sniil iilmiit Hi.' coming osinpaiga for 1100,000 for tin' purpoM nf i- 1 1 u t a aultabla v. M, C a. building for Tulsa, but (aw people "f the city raalias ths oiinr a ler Of III'- Mi in I mi' that ran It' built fin thai amount of money. Secretary fJ. IS Buonner is issuing h booklet ihowini in detail what the mn iiiiiiiinm will embraoe, th.' book let being about tin- moat oandaoius llilng nf iin kitni ever lagged. Tin' booklet conalat "f in pagaa and a cover, tii'1 whole being done in a i I' h cream color with tin' egcaptlon i i iif cover which iw oarriad in toree different abadaa harmonising with the color "f the pauio perfectly. iin Hi.' cover la n aptlon, 'Man I. I First" at the t j and "Tulaa," Okia., 113" at the bottom with a rut of tii.' monogram "f the association in Hit oenter. TM.' booklet which Is beautifully il lustrated with halftones nimw the plana for each floor of the itruoture v lii li is i'. Iir four atort ami a haif- ment, aa well an various activltlea f every branch f aaeoclation work. Scenes in the gyni and awlmmlng iol. the bathe and the bowling alley, edu cational claaa rooma and dormttorlaa, Mrs. Donnelly-Reid Member American Society f Professors nf Dancing of New York will teach ball-room folk, aesthetic and olagglc dancing at the inks' Ciuh Mondaya and Tuesdays, MONDAY'S PROGRAM Children 4 : 1 r. to (; 5 p, m Adult beginners oiaas I to 8 evo nlng. .dull advanced . lass 8 to 9 eve ning. Social dancing, 9 to 11 evening. I'rivati' li'Hsuns, lot h days by ..p- pointmant MAXKY'S ORCHESTRA nilKliiuu v.uiii gotivit) and pays '! partiuunl an depicted, the vhula ini; in make up 1 oomplete picture book of the ufcurnalBf and slags of v. ui k lo be doue m he building kt ha puueti Lided bare, in addtti ' bookIM poatalng a iihi nf cities of about Tulsa's alau but n win tm in lii 1 ii' ikk that bave bull) elnhorate ami oompiate buildings for their young man and buys together with the aiiiiuiiii each ait) baa Invent, iii in it m building, the average popu lation "f the whole ahowtng it. 000 a nil tin' average investment of Mlt .in.i this page in closed with the Question "Shall Tulaa Do LessT" What will the new building contain? in tii.' guasttoa that hue bean asked 11. any times SUM Hip move Iii build iiiu building was inaugurated and th I Kiel anawars 1 1 1 h queatton fully. In the basement win be a uafeteris wiiii private coinnrtttoe rooms In son. nectlon, power plant, employment of flea, an I mm ins pool, ahowar hatha, 1. 1 ker rooma, bowling alleys, lobby ami office, man's gams room and Loilel rooms Tii. rimt floor win. in addition to 1 fflces nf n ffti-ia in .if ibe as mutation contain the man's lobby, I . . . h' lobby, trophy room n's read lug 1. mm; men's social room, ched. room, gymnaalum MgOO f- boys' 1 lull rooms and boys reading rooms Peparute dopartmenta fur man and boya will ulrt.i bo maintained "n tbli floor and there win ba 1 Klaus room over i.aiiiH, 1 1 an. 1 offiooa, ini Ihp second flour will hp hunted tha banquet or lecture room, gym naaium, viaitora' gallery, laadera' room, olub rooma for boya educational . law rooma, running tmok and iiHnd bail conrta and ibe third and fourth t'loors win contain i'"i dormitory rooma with toilets and baths op each floor, can Hip man of Tulaa Hffnrd t" neglect to aecure smii building ai II. 18 timet Tin' board of govarnora wi'u are managing (ha campaign have i.iiii tinir workers that t hy not miiv cannot but they will not and if the determination which la shown at thin I time . "unts fur anything a iniiidiiiK as planned for and daacrlbed In the I booklet win ba a rogJlty In the near future. laVrousee the tdswr and PurWlaa ii' Blood OTje "id Standard general strengthen ing tonic, OBOVB'fl TASTICI.ISS i-liill TONIC, erousea tha liver to action, I drlvea Malaria OUt nf tha blood and i builds UP 'In' system. For adults and ; childrpn, 60c. HID I t me D i biiti) 1 lllii D7P It W UMillil IMi ulIKi 11M1I ( I 1 UMi H 1,1 1.1 1 i'iiin 1 1 (fej litiiM .l N I N itrtl Man i,, w , sui , c--:ul l..:ti, (hat aha IMukat Huyog HtoouM Bo Treated an t 'uMonwr. An award of Ml for th submitted b tin' agenta tun. ire and 1 1 1 1.1 . ) stein tlokai sgfastt should hand aided Inquiring 1 ailt r, aw irded to l'.ut ursnt nf t lie Btat r the iiai n how u an UgdS" IwiM been BarnstoUti tii ket aland railn .1.1 at liii'ic Ire lioyal Bcarts Thare are loyal hearts, there are spirito hravp. There are smils I hat are pin e and I true, Then mve to tho world the best you have, And the beat niiaii coma bgd to you. I Give I.iVP, and lova to your heart will flow, i A itrength In your utmoa need; Bave faith ami a aoora nf In ai ls will ahow Their faith in your word ami deed. , Kor life is (he mirror of liini; and slave Tis just what you are and do; Then give to the world Hie beat yon have, And Hie boat will ciiiiie back to you. Madeline III nines. Ainnnt; I lie heads broken in NVw 1 York yesterday was Murphy, the Tam many head. Winter Tourist Fares to Texas! With liberal slop ovr privileges; mi ni I'lif return until June 1, I'M 1. Ti Icete mi sale daily, to Austin, Brownsville, Corpus Christi, I Vil lus. E31 Paso, Ft. Worth, Galveston, Houston, San Antonio, Waco, etc. For full details, eall nn 1. XV in NN. Ticket Aki. To lea, Olda, or write Qao. it. Backer, Mat i'ass Asi'tii, ir Hauin ,n. a, Oklaho ma City, Okla the rnmwm way ironing board is the best, bcctUM it is riveted toctlier, it lias Meel bdStng, not Wood, stands solid, does not swing, lias more 'ironing surface. It is the easiest to open and close. Asbestos cov ered top, the only one made that will acconi mtulatc clothes basket beneath, Made of best material possible, Oklahoma Furniture Company Exclusive Agents. - - -T , Pleasant Plaina, Nea tTorfe Tin1 priae eaaay competition was conducted by the panaenger depart ment under regulations presoribad i Ohwayal Oeorge K. Randolph, urn viua pnealdenl and chief executive of tho traffic! department, who auggoat ad bta Idea, the fudge "f the asaaya was Oacar n. .Murray, chairman of thu hnuril nf directum ami formal president nf the Baltimore and Ohio railroad, arho started Mb railroad oa rear as a ticket agent and was thus highly qualified to paas upon the merits of the papers prepared l.y the man who repreaent tha oomnany ha fare Dm traveling public. I'.very meaaure of fairness was fnl lowed In making the award, Mr Mur ray requesting that tha essays ba placed before him in typewritten form iinlfonnly tranacrlbed from the manu crlpi ami with. .ui algnature. TOw grtlclea were r ivod by Passenger Tfatflc Manager 0 P McCarty, who sent them to Mr. Murrat for bta de cision "Bach eaaay was carefully conaid- ered." said Mr, Mei 'arty, "and many eaoeltant auggeations about nerving our patrons to the beal advantage wore received by tha offlclali ..f the paaaen aer department from Bta employes Mho meet the public III OUT tieket offices. The motive which suggested the prise esaa) ntest was the desire to h'urn whether the agents of the I la in mure ami Ohio ayatem are con stantly start to the wisius ..f the maangement thai they extend every naalatanoa to the proapectte passen ger I and it was alao f it that an ex change of ideas between the offlcBla and the employe will boat advance the interests of iii mpany by having the public underatand that it is nnr aim always tn place the hhrheat char acter "f seniee at its diapOSgl. "The eaaaya received during tha conteat convinced the offlclala that tliiB matter is receiving the attention nf n'ir employee. While Mr. Bern ateln's pastor was regarded as the beat under all the circumstances, numeroua othora were voted honor able mention and will be placed In III" hands of our aK''iils along With the prize essay " Writing about the attitude of a ticket agent towards a proapectlve pasaenger, Mr. Bsrnetein aaid: "A ticket agent is a salesman in the hroud sense nf the word. Salesman ship may be defined as the aoienoa and art of Influencing tie' mind through the sins. . s. Tha Style nf ar gument and the kind "i' reasoning to he used must be i rmlned b) the proposition the ealoamnn is handling, ami the oharaoter "f the buyer. Whe ther it he on tha ruad With tin' line of march an diae or behind the ticket iiuinter, the sal.sinaii must have at his eomjnuiui a thorough knowledge of his buaineas and an underatanding of human nature. ' Now you stop tn tliink "I it. It is a great art todAandie a man in iucb a way as to win both his trade and bta' friendship a living man is the must complex pii of machinery in the world. Compared to him, a o- oomotive Is i play toy. Tiie allghteal blunder may eause him to work bad ly or to break down; yet there are no printed dire. '.Ions attached to him. All we call do Is to WatCh his eyes and do our best "Now let us suppose a case w here an undecided caller atepg up to tho ticket window for information. Ba wants to know what advantages our road has over another which also runs to his destination. The agent has before iiim a prospectlvs cus tomer. His aim ahould be to oonvtnce that person and Ret Ills patronage To do eo, certain golden rales must be closely adhered to. Th' first pre t Inir from the agent must ho a sunny smile, lie must listen attentively and study the brand of Information de sired. BtatOa first impressions are Very lHBlina. the eoinpanvs eTVattt liniHt have at his Hlngefg1 tips farts and figures, it must also be kept in mind that It is easier to win a man through hie ayes than through his ears. l'aKrams and maps are Miy helpful and speak for themselves. Lastly you never win a man by talk itig at him: you must talk with him. " Psychology Plays a prominent part in dealing srlth a doubtful Indi vidual Bny something pits sing to him and' he Is COrdUtl If ha Is a business man he will respect your Judgment if o i t. Il him that the (own Is moving his way. or that cti "note the marked Increase In hi business. Then nnwia to tin point and angers. his QUeStlonS In a clear, matter of fa. t business Pke way. It str 'iiathens the nrRumnts nnd ehowa self. confi dence In the assertions made te niark caaually that that partb UhU portion 6t the ro id bed hoe lately been ballasted and that a new block system now proteits It; mention the "aafaty flret" movement. It Is a fine topic for conversation: explain that all the trains running at this ol. . -live point have fine ohw atlon plat forme and that one riding OUMdS I IB keep his linen clean These argU tnents which tend to Insure safety and FOR one week we will place on sale the larg est stock of Davenports in the city. Phis stock includes the newest de signs in both the Unifold and Duofold Davenports, in all grades of leather and in many styles, to match your furniture. ds These Davenports w ill be marked in plain figures and one price to all. The prices will be from $22.50 up, and the terms are $5.00 cash and payments of $1.00 per week. SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY BUHGARNER & DOWNING 122-124 EAST Sl:COND ST. There Is a Red Tag en your Tel. Directory v comfort outweigh! tha competitors claim for speed and even a shorter route. Se nr.' that man's buslttesa, even if it is small. " i.itile drops of wat. r. Little nraiu- "i sand, Make a mighty ocean, and a might' land.' "The company iii give him satis faction. A sail led patrons is an ad- vartiaemant it will inat nan travel and briim results. according to announoemanta given out yesterday, i'h" annua! Inspection will alao be in iii ..a Thankagiving day at 2:30 at the central lire Stat ion. The firemen's annual bain put la always one of th naplcuoua events of its kind held in i during riiut seaaon ..f the year. MRU, M i:v QADDAt and Rob ert semester, both of Tulaa, nrero united in marriage Krlda) afternoon at 4:3 o'cloi k at the Maidenoe of Rev. r. Vanderpool, a minister of the Baptist ii r. ii. Tin couple loft aoon after ib- ceremony for Counotl Bluffa, io" a, ihl h la to be their new home THE CENTRAL PIRE department was Called out at I o'ebe k je.st. nlay mnrnlliK lo insw-r a 'all ,i I'o nth and Boat on. A small barn, which was ablaze when the firemen arrived, was aoon extinguished with but little dam age. Till-: ANNUAL BANQUET of the j members of tie- Tulsa fire department I win be niven Thankagiving evening In the grill room of the Hotel Tulsa, inii 5ft ; till. Kova 0. WERT I" INT, v v.. Nov. if.. Playing tilteogod football throughout, the army eleven had no trouble in d f.ating Villa Nova todaf by a si ore I of 6 to o. The emdeta showed much ' Improvement in offensive tm tlos Meirlll.it who kln.d a star gatno i at end, twice Scored ton. inb. wns on ; forward poseea Hobba' fine running with the ball and splendid kb king was a hiu faiior in the army's favor. gelS sgaLagiigiii V LaKflaMra R ' .. . ;V - t AT THE PALACE THEATRE TOMORROW AND TUESDAY Seme from the FatlXMIl !'1.iirs Film ConUMUty'l ihrcc-rcel detec tive Morv, Hoiit Before l.'aun." with Mi-s Eaura Sawyer as "Kale K'irl. the lective, Tliis pit lure al the Talacc Theatre lo iutu row ami Tuesday, iioii 17 10 East Fiisi Bt, Next Door to We'.dy's Grocery. Two Doors West of Boston, PRICES FsAlI 4 WITH THE RAIN Mnt M'lisat iiiiial day s business ever vecovdod in the mercantile a una Is of Tulsa. In spite of I li" pour iug pain the Hub was paeked ami jammed to the four walls with a happy crowd r pleased, g I nat- ured people. The most convincing evidence of the genuineness of this stuendous and remarkable sale lies in the fad thai Hie crowds contine to grow every day. Kvery one in towu and surrounding country ,n'r talking abou( the marvelous bargains to be found ai tin. Hud's $50,000 Liquidation Sale. Yesterday we sold hundreds of Suits. Overcoats, Raincoats and choice, liunesl wearing apparel of everj descrifition in enormous quantities, t the assortments remain unbroken, Poplinger Bros, are unpacking large shipments every day and adding them to the 1)50,000 -tuck. Actually marking the newesi and best that money can buy at prit es thai mean to you an average saving tf 50 per t ent. Sale Continues Just One More Week, Positively Closes Saturday Night, Nov. 22 At Midnight All aale prices advertised last week si ill in force. New bargains every day. Watch the papers for our sensational specials. Don't allow anything to keep you away from this sale. u can't afford it. Who can I 17-19 East First St Next dcor to Weldy's Grocery. Two Doors West of Boston.