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I'll CI Jill. CIIIi Bud TIJH TULS1 DAILY WO KM), N I 4 D A T . KOVEMBEH IS', 1913 Bind Kditi Or. i . il Oil 'i A I, 1 Jcl Jrl Jrl Jll. Jit HI Jet Jrl. Jcl Jet Jit. Ml. Jot. Jet. Jet. I) lu, bi llml 1, ft too Sue WTCI II. (IL (Br rui tin lit. (01 ill. in 1 t fa Hi M M u I i n ol PJ III 1 1 II III tg n II ri LEADERS OF TEAMS IN Y.M.C.A. CAMPAIGN OPENING TODAY r rn -; 1 4 T; fl .. - ,i R6 iS SPOKE roR ! 1 fM r ' HPi . .iW r i mm v . ' - .,:w mwmmmumwm W .hi in I -i i"i i In' liur ItlMMII - III I lilt'- l III I e H I ll.iii' Buildings JOHN MAYO, i membei "i Hi" v .-i i know furniture fil Ul Of Mil I'tti ;i li in in. in of (lio '"tin hu dropped his business for tan days in ar4w i" moke r showing H chairman at the business men's div's ii. n. c. n. C iccKSIIAI.L, prominent real estate man, who Is ' i' in in. hi of iIh' business men's iiivls. ion, h . I w y r -J W. R ELLIOTT, prominent In oil, whose bualneas'i men's 1 1 mi .if which nj a chairman i .in s tn make u record. .Si 1 I I i ' i ,i;iii of ill.. ImildiiiK me pui i It i ' cii, ii a town i. ii. .1 R, RENDKB, u n bualm n man, ( chair ti busineas men'a dlvialoni tie hi ! 1 1 k body .mil ti.nl Ih what tho ih)atoal department of tbe asaocta. Ion stood I..! hi mi mi,.' I He told of tin' n'ork ol the bpya' socrotar', and bla tvork aa affeotiuK the whole life of the city, how the la- i in tins manner ami touched aver boy I in the ichooli .mil ii. hi tin' physical I !! of the . m. i , vi as organ- I he lulu IidoI, ' SSSSf SB 1 K. II. AJtNOLD, Ponatermaehor and Bl lob, ' r 'an. i ni the .i u ki Hartlaavl 1 1 aaaootallona are illy ami bnva been faluabb Blata Rei reti ry Uai rlaon am r' ci'i'tary Buchner In the preilmli work of the . If. 1 '. a. oampal Neither .if these oltlas have .1 ('. A. bulldini hoi the) oan appi the lu-i'ii of building, nenou i Min'crity in trylna tn mi ke i lie T oampalgo a suooaaa, These p nun. together wiiii w. s. m ri-tiiry of the only association w i I m- Man- v. i: li a Ml I iliiiu. I i Railroad v. m. c, a. III . u tba hamast during t ii- week. EVERYONE SOON WILL ft CTa IU lilt I prominent the business men's divlsti aii niaii of .1 I'll. il il Stllllll)Oilll, I ' Ires, and later knighta the tournaments, go nil. Ih ri'iiliirv II ouraga and dlaetp istery of ills. ami . .M . I 'i contact with. He sanl many Btorlea Mr Retirdsley dwell s some length , on the dormitory feature, In the , elation, bui that n 1a dormltorlea, which made homes for young men ' supplied Hi,- revenue formerly yield-I ed bj the stores, How ih" dormitory 1 prominent in Hi, .ul business ami a chairman of the business men's iini. j ton. brought young i n under helpful in- ! duences und made homes for them in a strange land, and this was una ol the ii aln feal ifi "f an association building, The v M i ', a also helped men to positions, a, ,i taking the plaoes of I employmenl bureaus, but helping members "i the is-h, latlon and keep ing a hold "ii them after the imsiUini hui been supplied, alwayi striving I" Ke. i them undo rthe clean, powerful j innucnce of the association. Tlie in i-iiiiii m H The association was inn of Chris tian spirit and sir, Besrdslej told of the man who was wlllhtg to make a donation at one time if the word "Christian" was taken out of the title. He t'.iii ,,f how rniii, mils, in ttiinn in better conditions for their men had built reading ami ret rooms at iiv HI Lfllni. S i I OIIIIIIUINl i on enter pi i..i .ml I th Htilrll ol I mil Him:, i w ben . M In n I MM SSSS SP I'ltV. terminals, and how they were foreed in i loae them and failures resulted. lluw the If, M C, a. came along and imi ih" sain" kind of work in for their men and Imw successful it was and said ii was the Christ in the life of the employed man that made the difference and told of an Incident, "in. of many similar all over tin- OOUntry, of a man who formerly re-i-eKed I'.'.iiiii) annually in his profes sion, but bad given It up and was happy in association work at 11.000 per year and it was this spirit saiii Mr, Beardsley, thai was ih" secret of i he v . .i . ' . a . s sucoesa. Labor and sm iiii problems must h" settled by the spirit of Christ and no human power was able to s.'tll" these things, Th" .1 iv as coming when the different denominations of th" church must hmti In a great brother hood plan and that would mean suc cess In breaking down the great wall rather than i"Ki" and argument, If Tulss an learn how to strike to- "th. i , great things cm be done. That Lam .SSfS H 'jT'jifc jay jW-saC8sVssssBl fiet '"Masai power is wasted by individual efl ami t hat power when united will uc- Complish w onilers. A (.rial lirotiiurliootf, ' if you huiiu a building bore," said Mr. Beardsley, "y ur building will not bo ion's, .ni", tor all ovor the nation countries of the old world, and in Hm orient, the sun is shining an v. .i C. a. building everywhere, and it was worth while for Tills i to belong io thai great brotherhood," Mr. Beardsley sad he would Hi" to follow the aftermath "i a building campaign and . " how the completed association reached out and helped men. I la told a story of b man a bo was asked to donate land for a park, but said he was iing to put his money Into a v. m. r ,. because hla boy, away from home, had bean brought to a higher plans as result of the V. M . C. A. in that cltv. and ha was going to do something tor the i hoys of his l itv. Ill rinsing, Mr. lieariishy "aid the' i . .vi i . A . iiiimiim; w inhl he an everlasting monument to Tulsa and said the spirit of pride of Tulsa peo ple would htlild the building. II. I, III COMMON I tl'UKSMO As HOOK Jill: 1100,00(1 l BAIMOl), It will n d be many monl ha the expression is heard on the sti 1 "jet's gn to the V.' and to man) I expression "V" Would not ! stood bill 10 most people In u cl where there is a V. at. 1 1, A. , the ahbri . Uttlon "V" is known i stand for th" association and the tei bus been generally adopted bj I young men of those "iti.-s. The In It si-lf is nut only an abbrevlutl hut It Is a term of affeotlon as w for the "V" offers more for the men of a city than any other Insti tution "id it will not tali.- th" youn men of Tulsa long to appreciate th t i.ot after tin- building, for which HOO.000 will be raised within th" next ii ii da s, is completed. nnn:H IILl m ll lit . OF WH II I I X Mi. UKKSHI ii Ml N s M tSS MM I -I KG IT ul'lli HOI bK. SIM iWIIS'ifc populnr mi n men h h f the )outlfl int'ii s dlvllun I 1 1 I i , I . , I I ' i nr imiicnl real eastate man. captain inanraiioa man. and a rantain .rf the f tin M.inm men s division, ......... - tK L. T.KVFl:i.-, the WfvU -knOWn tailor, wh tn in of the yoUBg men's the cnnialgn. ' Is a i np UviajoB of The greatest meetings ever held In Tulsa tor the purpose of educating the people t" the need of a V. M. C. A. I building were OondUOted Inihe ario . j liiurches of the eily Sunday, at wlii, 1 time a. a. Hyde, praatSeni of the Wichita, Kan., jr. It. c. A., and Clif ford Pierce, secretary of the same a soeiatioii. Charles Hvans. uresideiit "f ihe Central Normal school of Bdmond, Okla.; c. H. B'snstermBohar of Musko gee, w. s. Moore of Bapulps and w. Stieh of Bartlesvllle, being th. out-of-town Hjieakers. in the afternoon to an audienoe of 700 men, A. A. Hyde made one of tho greatest addresses on the oubjeot of giving that lias ever heen listened to and the religious side of the V. M. C A. received a gnat impetus through Ihe efficacy of these meetings, Banker t.rl- long Term. 1'ONTIAC. Muh. Nov. IT. Ralph K. iOSBSjnan, defaulting cashier of tho R. .losjimuii state hank of Clarkston near here, was today sentenced to serve from seven to twenty yean in the Klule prison at .laekson. He ad milted having taken for htH own I le more than $100,000 of the hanks funds. The affairs of the bank mo now In the hands of a receiver. It. W. QRANT, beat treasurer of the liulf Mpa Line company, a captain of th. young men'. I fg qq at $Lgf. AT THE BRADY SALE TODAY 50 PAIPS 124 $1.50 DOUBLE BLANKETS GO AT $1.15. THE S1.25 11 4 SIZE AT 98c. THE $3.50 114 WOOLEN TJT.ArJTf. . : -I Mi i mint Han Pnil'Od Xaliiahle. ' i hi v. M. ' ' a mm . in, nt is the f half it century, ami n. .. nan do w ith ,m atMh mm r i i -7- . J m no n tatPKY. i . i lie w. il known attorney, a captain of a prominent otin. man who is young men's division. Ith. youi man's division Mia of the oung ineu'e llvkaVML il Alli es R QtLMoBE ..f lh liLL.hntoi. Vittiirnl Clmm . Irani, a Captaja of the young men's I dii IStM J"ll FlM.VS'i. a ii.ll known oiiiik man who In a i 'plain of the )ouiir men's illusion. LADIES' &4 00 R- TT N" . METAL HIGH CUT BOOTTEES GO AT $3.15. 100 PURE SILK MES SALINE S4.00 UNDER SKIRTS. ALL COLORS GO AT $1.98 SPECIAL PRICES ON 250 LADIES' COATS. DO YOU WEAR A SIZE f 34, 35 OR 36 COAT AND VEST? IF SO WE HWE ABOUT 40 LEFT WORTH UP TO $7.50; TAKE YOUR CHOICE FOR $1.50. BOYS' $7.50 WOOL SUITS WITH TWO PAIR PANTS GO AT $5.45. TATE BRADY'S THE OLD RELIABLE ESTABLISHED IN 1890.