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Tlii: TULSA PAILg WORLV - T r If l V . Nov i: l Ml if l'l'. H 1
)ul1 s 1 1 iiu -ii-.ii il, SO i "in prolicitsit c i 1 tried mid com plete U iliis W oil .1 t V i U I allowing 11 i I I i It 1 1 g In the cliild. Wfr aWT r jnP-?JggggggggaBBBr-M '0 1 'aaggS " ' f 1 I ,. Is. ' : is? Toyland Opens Today l t;it a world of joy these tew worth fowtelL Sum.' older CaUca are inclined i) 4ecry the uetub of Cliristuuw. but even these ffladh attest the liappiuess Kris Kritigle time linns u tho l Illlill'i'H. Today is the Official Opening of Toyland Por wetftti we have been busy preparing for this day. Toyniakere in all parts ot the world have giveu their skill to the creation of the thousands of joy-making, aappincss-creating toys we liave assembled. Older folks are urged to visit toyland and recount their childhood joys oi tlie Ohristmas season. f you cannot come and your little folks are old enough to come alone just tell them toyland bas opened they'll know the way. A General Directory and Suggestions f A tew ,,t the thousands of item are listed and in-'l for Mfttparisoil and your i onsitfci ation Maj'.if Lanterns The most up-to-date showiiiji of picture reproducing rna- chines, Single and combination machine i Priced from 50c to $7.50 Supplies for Map. Lanterns Extra slides in several site, films and c leys m l I' Ci Sewing Machines Imported hand sewing machine! nii't U decorated, .$1.50 Tuul Chests Furniture with ion' ffoi service We have them for I5c, 65c, j500 up to 7'50 tal furniture, chairs, tables, rockers and furniture sets ak ot mis sion Pi iced from 0c to $10.00 i , ,u. S'jceh varnished lo.l, plain anil up ,1 rocker. Priced from 75c to ' $4.00 mil seat, litie.l w itli Shoo Flys Just the lit A .... ...... hilec titA Irill Mails l! t f 1 Iiiii I ! . 1 1 U 1 1 .1 III I. II .... ..(A. rubhei tires, ni eh varnished, pri ed from $.75 to MM Arrow Flyer The ven best hand ' nM'!'' fncr is :i Burntee fiv YTt , .1 11 ... ,11 I,., i, -i.l I. . ,! tr.'i' cir lirc.ik.n; ' v e u i no iumuu - ! $7.50 wiih i-ei wagon ni rharL'e. Tlu- .ue uricrd at Horses and' Wagons Toyland is sh twing the "Dan Patch." "Dandy Dan and other horses and vagon of qualit) Priced from $5.00 to .. $20.00 Humpty-Durapty Circus The name is enough to make ever) child smile. They i priced at S J5 si 75. $2.50, $5.00 and 0.00 Shooting Galleries Om of om many "toys that teach." Frame work strongly built, assorted figures of a I and bullae ye center with bell i lection, gun and Metalophones and Chimes Ac bowiii) these musical instruments with 8, I- and 22 keys and have them priced from -'; to SS.j1) Kitchen Stoves and Ranges . ai I tin ranges nicely uisheS, complete with 1 FRICTION TOY S, TKACK SUPPLIES. TR AJNS unbreakable, We are adder s .4 l; i i -. coasters $1.00 $12.50 v'v, till ChilJren HOOK AND LADDLR AND FARM WAGONS. Substantial heavy built wagons; a rather useful toy. Priced from $3.00 to $10.00 HOSPITAL SUPPLIES FOR DOLLS. I lull beads, arms, wig-, shoes, stockings, mending rubber, everything necessary Truly, Harlow's i the Doll Store. PIANOS Upright and Baby Grand Pianos, real musical instruments; every key au accurate note; mahogany and white mel finish. Priced from 25c to $25.00 i r OPENING SPECIAL An extra Hull value for early visitors. A 22 inch bisque body doN, fully jointed with moving eves, hand-sewed wigs, slip over dress, shoes and stock ings. An especially i:ood alue. As lotlfl as 12 docen laM at $1.30 You 7 Find Here Items of Interest for children of every age. Toys of interest institu tive and beneficial Mechanical Toys A bis variety f all kindl of mechanical toys, sand mills, street cars, steam engines, climbing monkeys, automobiles of all sies, galloping horse with rider, acrobat on horse, dancing nigger, trains of all si.es, huptnobiles, dynamobiles and dotCtlS of others, priced from lUc to $7.50 Musical Toys A large assortment of toys with music. Clowns with drum fiddlers, merry-go-rounds, bell toys on wheels, gong toys, floor chimes, accordeon horns and many others. Priced from 10c to $3.00 Animals A large variety of every kind of animal is here Skin and hair dogs, goats, lambs, elephants, dogs, cats, horses, hears and sheep and lots of other Priced from 10c to $15.00 Express Wagons Body of heavy steel with strong wood bottom. They are represented in all sies ranging from 2?c to $2.50 Doll Sets China, tin and aluminum Toy Tea sets arc here. I-Or serving and cooking purposes. Ranging from 10c to $2.50 Doll Carts Steel and rubber-tired doll carts in all sizes. They are all colUps ible, strongly built and nicely finished. Priced from 50c to $7.50 Writing Desks and Blackboards Mission desk ami chair, light and dark oa finished blackboards. Priced from 50c to $10.00 Toy Trunks -Trunks of all sizes from a paper -covered one tip to leather and steel-trimmed kind. Priced from 25c to $5.00 Doll Beds Stationary and Folding Beds. All have nice mattress, some with canopy. Priced from 25c to $4.00 ABC and Building Blocks All wood, embossed, paper-covered and the fam OUS "Anchor" Stone building blocks. We are showing all sizes ranging 10c to i'r" Scroll and Cut-Out Puzzles Map of United States, animal and other scroll puz zles. A big assortment, ranging in price from 10c to $2.50 Grocery Stores--We are showing several sizes. They are all filled with real groceries, put up in packages and have counters and scales. Priced from 50c to $2.50 STEAM AND ELECTRICAL TOYS. W e are showing1 dozens of numbers in this line. All the hoys will be interest ed to .-ee them going. They are priced from 50c to $7.50 THE BIG THIRD S TR E E T ST OR E-MEE T ME THERE v.. unin in it ic unnniPfiN Mi 13 MruLLi'Ji! m om ULb'Ji! !1C ilWITCn CTIITC ui uniiLiU oiniuo 89 in. "ax whom refrain lotting Dr Wilson." the 11 , i.ll. lllHI.Ill. ttli'H tern i .-Ks. pel ii i" if Virginia n .in opinion from men Litlcte ye ,i , m dnya, inn Smith mimic the tiirntit BOILER m KILLED INSTANTLY r ! I N I IO 1SKF.II M I i Mi N IM TI.OOK IX BiTTKH I I M l I IN I H N --III I I. IS " A MONEY GRUBBERS WAR' ii Mrana BtaMrtto ot 1,1 III Ml- III, I- III Ml 1 1 1 tn'Hws s,i.. Ontlouk. ,.f i i Rainire ot Moreloe in trie m.ii-.I Mme nf the oil trusts rihI the bank "i Wall it reel hi ' is ' In, ii. led ii llMMki i ble A.N UURBN, Ark.. No.. II I'at- rtoh M.iiiiKh ot Bergroen, Ark., a mining engineer, mi to be a num ttei nf i. proniliM ni ramlly nf Borea- i.ni l'. . ik lii.li. ti-d hi re In, lay. charged with the tnut4ef of i"ri Htgdon at Antloch, T.-nn . who eii thol t.' death In Van Huren a year aeo lael April, According ( th nf t'i rH u letter arag found i" which ,ric writer aocuaaa McHugh oi m n - Hit don MoHuajh mm arrested, i Mi l nvici K 1 1 1 rill i i Mi. II I ' M I" N Y Ull sill. MOKN- i; LONDON. N.' II. Undet t h , heading v raone) grubbers war," ui,. Outlook tod publishea : Utter article "ii iii" Mealcan aituatioa "Acrow the MlnnUc." the Outlook ms "there i In bugj preparation. II certain forcea cm ae omplleh it. s ,i nii isaiiml rt.lli.. Ii . agninel humanity At .ui moment m.i , near ..i ita llrai ih.ti gtata, with i" evitabl) ih" eneulng it a ugh tot of tone ut ihouaanda of young Amerioane ami i half-irnn'J praajiitK. the doVeitatlOD ol humble towns and rude country aide, Hi" MinVrini: ot the ti.-li'l.-a ami inn M "lit and the OUtpeUtlng ot null, i. ns , f money "And oi for what i.t tot whom? ii iiu.- been .:'! for mllltarv ambition, but ii" la ih. Napoleon of I iiif i nlted Htatej ' Thai have been due to colonial ex pa Melon, but half in., etatea an "i w peopled! and lh... In." I n (..nKiit tr lilierty. and . Ii.it ai ti;i . W aeen lately I aheltering under this claim, "Bui there i nn pretenee i.f thai oi ,in nf th.- hlgtofli r.aoni here. , a .ii between th, halted state and' Mexico, ir it ariaee, will bt the Rfgtj ii ,iK"J eolelr f..r private Kree.i 1 the Ural mono) grubbers' war." Aftii wiyinii that the United St.itee' hgg been ii l.-h i nar irrritury from thrlri neighbor! tor IS years and hae re duced weak BtateS to obieyulra de- pandeni through the M.,nme doc-, I r in... "whirh iiir.inn anything It If, Nqulred la mean." the Oattooh pre- gll in thai Am, Hi an dollar will i re- ai, revo hilnins In Tnrldud and! Get Jury I., IV s.-r. CHirAilti. N.. 21. The Jury arhlch l to ir. ottoman liar Adusht i anlah. leader ..t the ataitia grian aua ..it. probabr) iu be randy bf on lomorroa Twelve man aooeptable to Hie elate were In the ln'X at adj.inui- iii, in tonkrht Kle.en if thaas had been quaatioeied bg the defenaa and IndlcntlOM wi re that all were uo -ept- ii Lie H anlah ie c ha reed with pending ga e. . He literature through ih eapraas companlea in VtoUtloa of Interatate commerce lawi The Inner etudlea" and the "gr. en booh" of the BUM were h. iii by the federal Insgsctors to .-on- Km tnspropaf paaeagea vim. (iiii.n . Wife lajsastrd. CHBTBNNR, W i n , Nov II, The jiii. trying Mre J,eh t. Wler, wife .in urniy ..m.er, for the alleged i,f' r rowag trona Mre J. P ."ecll. lata thi" nft.rnnon reported a verdict ef net guilty. The caae tried In the Tnlted Ptatee dlatrlct oourt. i.anne I am da Bogtoa Oluh, KiPTtN. Nov :i --Jnmoe E Oaff n"y. of New Vork. wn re-elected preeldent of the lioaton National Ia-a:iie haaehall club today. Plana for the removal of the ground tS an other part of the "tt. have t.een a!.n-doned DAMAGE LOSS IS SHALL Mun Wad tri'iu Hi- Hratldiag Before Medhutl tltl i "ui. I It.iu h Hlaa. An employe of the Pub he serviee Oorporatlon, tn-lle.ed to be named. I Dick MHg aa InotanttT kilted la a hollar explnelon at the ele.trlc Ugh' plant. Flrat and Cheyenne at I o'clock j tbla niirnlng. The dead man i working on the tmller when the ur- I i-ldent OOOUrrag unfl the ecaldlim team eauecd his almost tnetunt death. 1 r Fred CttntOB aa called but be. fnre he arrived the man via dead But little damage wae done by the esrnJoeJOfl and but very' meagre de tails could be obtained this morning hank Miri:,s MKiiK ncitfion tVtr1d World Wants Qof Hmilts Wanti Ott Results llauki-r lVuvi (iiMid Wltneaa for tin' Oicrnor. I'lTTSlU'llOH. Pa.. Kov, tl David j J Rlohardaon. former oaahler of the CoamopoUtaa National bank, rloeert bv the i-omfitroller of the currency, I waa wltnese today In the trial of ! Alexnnder Klchmond, Jr., trOaoet fll- 1 rarjUor of the bank, Indicted for hav lag mlaapplled bank fonda and aiding thg ashler to make falae entrlee niohardaon admltled the truth of t'st.mony given yesterday that names! of firms appearing on ntee for lift ing a If 0, POP note given by P,. Tt Taut. I of the rXanfa Fe Central railroad com- pany were flctltloul, that the signers j of the rote assumed no reerptetbltlty and were ao Informed. Last Day of Big Auction This is the last day of the big auc tion of the Wermuth high grade jewelry stock. Sale positively closes tonight This is your last chance to get these fine goods at your own price. The diamond ring will be given away at 10:45 P. M. Oin South Main Samuel Feller, TYuste for Creditors v.