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THE TULSA I A Tl WORLD
I 1 A NO V I M l' B R I, 1 V 1 4 TIM I. '! i: i: v AUTOMOBILES WANTED To RENT DOUSES I S tAl K lialu t road i i! ait Wf i (Jui. , i ii tell ; rlM ii ' l.i'kt of lll.ril,.. I'l,. I... ll.'H ! Aik (m Room ' ll.AlKVOY ANT l IMrrl , ,r il.iap fur ri.li. I In. in ;iii'.'4 VYANTKI) Tu m l it buy: tl.rn I " (i ruitiK Fur lulo ur rov: aiimn lota id roiiw Hlnilirii honsa from i-wi.i r. A.liii I uJdilii'ii Hun tin earr V . t Hi AM HI W ist I II. I' ur .an I i i J lil 1 1 ! !) . aiPl, H KVZ 1 t 1 1 W mill ill... 'AbHKNUKR K 1 . 1 1- (or ml. ,.riWAMIi Inn i Burdtlli HI Kast llruil), .'hunt V'0'" ri'Hini ;i H 114.1 I , M'lUni'AI in. .Hun. iIim iu. all ul ., '' Novambsr : ,is or lb natlaui .... Ml '" aiiari. ll. fur two ri,u.!i; msaatfi maattns Waduaadaj i u. 1" 'J 4 :i ( I Month Minn I'M r Wotuirrlanil 1911 nv passi Bi i Ford ' iuii, Hill di-iii'.iihtiiiti- M.n.il.o U AMI Bli I, run) la t( l M Mill Ii 1'Olllia glvt iii . iii in. i. 1. 1 ition i" i-rt vi f ' 1 liiilu trii l luitsbti ,. v ... till llffl.vvrj I BUM V 11 .'i '1U. '.'! :.ie tli-n. mi in. i. I i u 1 Iress postoffl bo 10 MISCELLANUOUS uii.i. modern Iiuum Piter AHMVH I'm ! rated lauvemM 1104 .a . i.o .L.ilr.i.. hn.ii r r uvii.iii' Aii ii mi .. . , ri-iii. Ail- ALUs Ii IN All SI,Ott llll iftlUfftl III' LOCAL PEDAGOGUES TURNED LAST NIGHT FHOM CAPITAL i , ,i T I KMhl "'' ' ' " " ""r 1 "i ,,; , Wflrt Krw Bh N. ...i., I n Plume IMt) I i n i ll rnnnboul f . ln ,,i rln an ll lllVi-l. sow Mil Boo Hi. Si, rlli lirvrnwiKHl. . i i '.. in ll. .1 . Hw pattengti . 1 rd roaOStai us Mil parwaot. Cad- , i min. I'lioim aiMn. . utuuii,i'ili Miiriiiii runabout , ,,.,. t ptrfrl eondtlius tvlmt anl Phona 4404 . . .. . J . . i ii,,. Huin roausiw in t""" o.l Ursa " BW(in .i Ml.le AUlU HHI., IT lUUiiir iri.. , I. OK TRADE !' i ttfi "" out , mull Indian molorcj . Ii in well S.'ou Tulsa la enroling Knl.v KIi ferd tartlng prowaw lry , uiiti Ifnitloa Bystam; Dlfaal urrjt ; , . rk Hendtiokl Mui..r Qo4 8U Wait I-. nd. I i ! 2''B THK CadiUaa V of Ok la ha openad up ,, n .1 iarlea itaiion i Piral and Pan ii inllrlll nil rlaa of work. Hartal ,..! tnltloo werle iparialtr Caaillio . of Okli - FOR BA1.K Kurd dallvwy cat Iobi bonaai doll' .'i i aaaoni , oaah rafUtoi afc khi vi in . computTng eiJe: eouiit and ,0,1,,-; roffoe mill: tobacco ia,ks and ...I Mnda ai poser) flatuwa. "x 47 """ V,.l'H ATTKNT10N Owra: our Inatmneiiti lor loatirtK your ulcclrical aqulpmant ara o ii... hlahcit raoe: i... . rnart at ..r larvlca " I ll Umy ' ,,,'r , illy, Overland Ant.. It. pan Co., i inioageroen. Phone FOB SALE MISCELLANEOUS l.AUIi: OBSM SHIRTS. 3. W Ea.t Third, FOR HAIK : I hi at in e itovei leaa than hall price. Phona 888 B . FOR HA UK Black nalnuli; 1 per buahcl ; Ualton Btove, Wulphur Bprlnici, Art. FOR 8AtK Hood rubber tire bufy; P' anl mi, iitiri himell. I'lmlie VANTKD To nil dirt at K.r.t llnpll.t church romiT. firm nnd I mcmnatl. Inilv's diamond ring VU VK'l "i',u. xi centi ulu Baal Third. t'Al.l HUIIB ii iioui ,. , h i nit o( i rdor. A. t llotwHl IV i'lt HI NT Uirn lo he , U n ti.riiue. 41,'. Woulh Bmton. Kiir that I s. renledi oaint md piper it ('li)lniifli j llnvla. I'iiona lair. Hilt l(r IN I I'rlviti iiragi , urni i I giitn iiinl Bouth Main irci.t (.'. 0 Colt rhum HAVE SPLENDID U WANTK!) I'uruid to tautiitrir: wiifcfitctitnj Kii.triti.ti i l 41 Norlli li-ht i . hut4) 4618 Mrs, M Uowtn M INKY TO LOAN I.OAXH Kami ell or I'l.ntioli Pho '.in for Mit MARKI.I.A '. ' I mi.' . Egyptian I'laireoyant and palwiil . voyant ihould eomull Minlnn, Marnlli mm rliit i, ihii great medlunj l thoroughly ronvinci ivu ul bei wondarful iiowari yon will find l.i r i lad) of ti I i,. it, ri i mid ml inn mi mu in ii ,. lu'i no luattri imi your in,. iln ,nt niiiiiK may in mii- , ri buiinvai 1 1 ilation, awauiti Invegl : . m V. Aticiiduuco of 1,000 h Exptd; i.i i i. tun. ii. mi, initeu i,' ri'fin.'i patrunue a Inn. i. in iii.ii.l ii i,1 ',',':. ' g i i w:j i: Bcnooi nulling ;!id in UlAN f S00 lu J "i on Th 'ri.i.,, m in, 1. 1 ti .i. hi ,; tti ' W" r Khvi alii.i.h ri 1 1 1 MONFA TO M Mi i I 700 lo lend on t" real null Phont 39S B i Pttu Mi, si to loan on diaaiouda, goodi u nil pcnonal iiroperly. houaebold MuM' v TO LOAN ,.u diamandi 1 nil goodi and penonal propert) Phoni 171 MKVERAli Ihoniaud dollari private Bionr) I,, loan on Kill located Unproved ritj prop i rii I ii., i llarrowa, Phoiic 1001 OUUICE ANL) STORE H )' i.MS Fun Ul NT L'orni r itri el : ii I I"1 al Abbott, Phona IBOl. Bant i hlrd Rum I A KOH KENT Office roomi In new World building; 16 Waal fourth; klngli or en mite. Bei Manager Tulea World. OEF1CES I mi lil I One ball ol ulte of three office rooms nne private room uitii mint Miutitii.' room prefer aomi . . who will Rlmri' iiuiiM of Hteuographer ; offtcei uij will itarpetod ; ran ftiruiih furniture W daalrad ; vill iceepl oil nompauy; high-grade n-al aaiate uiun. InHurauea man "i liiul ,i hualneai; m half I llW office, full plionn ;iti. FriiMTl KI-; I'OH SALE l'lii.i' ii A It HAH Olairvi rani Mtral , dead 'uii . i iilrlt inadiuni hon arilb I a tiiui.ii nit: ytarvelotti madlafi private and I'.rirll) i ultfldrntial ; he ll i, genii'' man arbo wai rduegtad in lle.,1,. pblloa. ....I... mm. A . . II ...u..r. 111... I I, ., ...J I nit l,. .u ', ii,.. .1 ri h vatfla lull.my lodttV. I,, th? , i hi prool of whirl, arni given the Stnl Kducatlnllul nawi'lutlmi In-lit Tulegni througli the praei nin. hi propbt in Okltihoitui City, Knvtrtibtr ,,, h ti nil tied Mor Wo den i re elcrtion ami again - Three vveckn bt'iu'i lltey will have wh.n In demonaintiil bli luirv.loui uowe r rt f N, n ,lM( , when I., uredtrted f at tie rae irmk -i II V, . , . . , cluae ni autf y u ill know (hit wai true nom KduuallofUil uaai hit but, booki-fl Abbai ki.nar illj Abl eea all; Abbai an , t. b" hold In fctuakoufp, Nnvi'mbfr . ilerilatidi ill; Abbn lelli all plaint I and ik, following Thn ikHcivinu n hb'b uroly kwtftlj !.t,ai ronceall nothtng he pviH llir TuIma echoi.l rhlldrt-n .h. cauae Abbaa lean nolbing; he ii th gre t . ,.r .,, t. uiiv,, friend who will give yon real nd bring yon "wel awaww ra m " youi dealrei rour hopt your opleel friv wyB oloui iiertuni ii . tl tiling thr I lmKrtuni MM4ilMr, enrloait) in not wanted at any prin ihi I i iidttltlon tu tin gtati I'tinvoniion WOI k IK III 11 111 "l II OH no tin 1,1 to I Ihl real till t a but TEACHERS' MEETING - .. jWl BT MUSKOGEE SOON f ; Hv$ D;iy Holiday for PiktI In tl ni t-.i.t. Wi HirR km H'"UJ tiiuniwiii ""i r, i. i lo I,, Mi. ! ru'i, h,tt(h ttlfl In i' fll uf Mil joitlv4jj (TUtii-anti'i'd; lot'AtAl WfllU, Bilnvl I tTS' nuet.ng, W'llii i t, jQitr u i r iiHaO i ktiu.it nM'U'd i thii Phenoniooon on al matter what, Willi, 1'ee.lf, l,tt.r iiiieiii, thiurince, Trav .... Property, Chunfoi I to III nffin Divorce, tlortgag hut, ,,t, eft. brought tiiio'it f. r i thing ' all at once. FOB HALE Furniture for four roomi hi-' -I two in in 1 1, s : all firat'Clati' Phone 276U II ;u higher iiu.n hun Ui in 11 I I V I In. :il nnd new typewriter or will irudi B0 i l'ho lie ijj gAI.E Oollectlon bualneii waking I living; raterenca roqnlred. Aodraal - , World. Fiji, HALF, i heap, new vlatble IJ'Pewrltar and beautiful ludien' diuuouid rlni;. ill I, tide. T'h ma 6031, FOR BALE Cau furnlth you a car of buy. nlfalfu or ttraw any time. Slebart, corner l.,-t Kint lit"! driven wood. FOR BA1 Eight new cycleinri worth -IK. at 2SU each. Bee Fred Shaw. New Mi,,,. Aitto Co. Phone 1848 I LOWER I" It. bulbs, h; aolntht, lullpi fre,-ia- Ohineaa bllei and narcliiua, Hlnling-Bteveni Bocd Co., Phonaa 44h and .: Ii. fin: BALE Lunch tot, towela, handbagi, eokea eollarii and take "idere (or other fai.y crocheting, Rul.y Cllne, 1UU7 South yufttay, . NEW roll BALE Threo roomi of furnitu liium. . (or rent til US per lUohtt Smith Norfolh. For BALE Furniture! nloo oak four pleeei; colt wi.i ie!l for 1123; ilitiek. l'horie 1 :t r FURNITURE of fivi room boule cotnpleti prfvllage of rantlna; furnlturo in (itt.t elan and at n tacrlflce price of $22S 11 inki'i. before Bunday; anawer now. 4i',i World. ndvtaei nnd guidei j mi with (ii.wer. 1 1 per- PERSONAL FLA NELt T l K patticoati, ..d centt, no e swiss curtain goodi, 10 ceati, 21ii Bait LADIES' Thud. dreu tklrtt, 18.00. 210 Eatt JOE ri.MKV -Vour wife roomH and waul you. Ill the Mi, dl I LADIES Bandrrtnu'i Cotton Hoot Pllli infe and egre .urn for delayed per ITU'' lit UIOIII V riTIIIHIIO II 11 IUII' rrop pei tm; ten loti and I ovi r . Oe per , , 'iin.ii, : r.niriiMi waiuuia, , Itraiilt; pound; two lor 5c, Binoing. ssi.tis Beed Co. dran Or T. Pierce entile. Wai.li ill, : Ad ii'H BALE KMi" f'ne crochet bedipread in d other crochet house pieces, cheap; mak. fine Xmas praaanta. Call Thud ttrect. riaini sjnncs nation. Cigar stand, MOTORCYCLES FOR sail Indian twin; good condition; $liui ,! W. Megee. 22 Weat Second. I 1 1 H S.M.r Kii'hl in " eyrleenra north $1111 lit 2B0 each. See Fred Shuw, New Stain Auto I'o. I'll. me 1S4H WAST TO TRADE for motorcycle; mutt be itandard make machine; for lot in Okla homa OHyi clear title; would bug cheip tnotorcgela. Harold Heal, Sapulpa, Okla. I.ADIEH W hen dclayi Irregular uae Tr iimpii fine; always oniraiiauir; r. nei """iturc. parti, uiars tree, vtriie nanouai aieuieiii in ttitUtl . M lln alike. Wht. ladies I'm. cur wondorfnl treatment Bcratohoi its little tormentor, si I'riini'ilii Malm, which hli cvrad thousands I ,,,,,,, , nnnnrl rlrair and kii tor ilia, oieau.u insinp.. inmi ,i, l'hone 17.1!) J. Mra A.-Wile, in, 0'25 Soulll Elwood. I nnd tin nieetinR h( Munlttif:a In ; t hf one Di t In- eailtul i it ; Moreover l IKirhapn, by t ho teni hera In i ii It i" iitediate nection thun tin other one Vl ,'IS, Tin attendaju'e ni Mu it ate conven tion is i i i"iti cT li, hnve been npproxi intvtely 8,600 (tnd the i no -i Mui I . i uannol fall ahcirl of 1,000 in attond M0 Which moans tlml t" I'. i' .' Hi .'I tlio I oni'h er of tin ntnti will attend the latter meotlnK, hundred and twenty-five Inrtruotore from the fit Inn i in i Led tu ii" i.i MuekoKc e Tin nuni- romin nl Ki ntierh, i ' . i , . i. . rrnor . I ' I i i I ttoiMt ETducaitlon ansoclatlon These lattlfltnn in spiii'. two men appear on tin pronram of all Wlin: kind of a dlBponttton does the four of the uvner.it ti mionn of the mothar expect her children to have convention, Buperlntendenl E, EC, when, because it accidental! struck Oberfaoltser of Tulsa acl is is also Itself against some article of furnl- among the (speakers at the first Ken- he bids It, "lln the nasty oiaiora ie)on. thing for iiitiniH baby .' Or win'ii the doI kitten, in gelf-defonse, ToylandisReady For Your Inspection Appropriate Gifts For Everybody All tiif iiiw tiling, n tvdill m the "U favtrii?s; trnv prices are extrtiot'dinar ih low, rsjit'cialh in ie f liie shtiek tlni war lian uicii tiie Bource of supply iu the other side, SV'owhert else will you find as eouijilete W astwirttiieiit ot oendalile lioliia( Is. IKpeciallj strong is our sliowing of American-niale toys, Unple as our liolidaj stocks are, wv advtae eai'lj buying. I'"1 yHir boli diiv si linn NoW ' trail nothiot! Ii w ait i 1 1 ur. and ma lose much. (minis bouglil ii" uiua I"' laid away For future deliver will In wrapped and made ready for mailing, free of charge, Out f town gifts proti i I. lest. ford t i, FT MARRIED Matrimonial paper eontswi big advertlaameuta marrlagaauls peop from all tl i turns rle teatanti. Catholics : miiondeut Toledo, o it for revengi It, I'l.a-anl ai Home, There an some people ho appai - h, poor, young, old, Pro- ltttly live more for the admiration of mailed free. The Ows others than for those of their own homes, and have a smile for all eje- cen the ones that should bo nearest NOTICE Thl is to tuotlfy the public that I mu in a position to furnish employment for all hinds of labor luch as bauiakeeperi, farm bindi, laborers, etc Chirlei Rain Sporer. Pbone '''(s 4 i't L-wa building, cor ner Bei olid and Huston. 10 VISIT THE OSAGE ( n- ; Z u ED CRABB AND FRANK RUSH their own happiness or the happiness of the home. AT WORK IN COUNTY NEAR TULSA. ur m She wanted what you want and this is how she found it Wherever she went, whatever she did, always there was one "bogey" that de pressed her she Buffered greatly from c Kce8fiivc foot-weariness. Then one day she read the wonderful story of the Rod Cms-, Shoe, just :is you arc reading it now She came into our store and found just the style, just the inug tit, just the smart apix-arame she wanted for her foot And ti hen sht took her first ttepJ Bui we want to leave the whole joy of her dis covery to you want you to come in, choose the Red Cross model you like best, and try it on. Then walk! n will marvel at the ease with which this shoe responds to every movement of our foot at its utter freedom from burning and binding. The season's new Red Cross models invite you mm Ytu want what fAc wanted. Have it today. Prices: $4 to $6 1 -ar.... sm w. k'CU 1 ossIioe Comparison Is the True Test of Value Extra Specials lor Monday Selling House-furnishing Department in equal these. Heart Ii the ritj as inueli a Kven it fin bes rs the si anil i ol you want, you'll not find v alue the M 'I art! uualil . Knanicknl Coffee Perculators A 1 1 i up percolator, blue outside iiiinnii: st iii t l first urade: the rt 1 ii iliitli part s ,i r j.1 1 value inauf 1 $1.0!) Mis. Pots'; nickel plated Mondav .... Bad lions liree iii si-1 : $1.2.1 aliif. -tan. I a mm 79c Monday Galvanized Wash Tubs liar bile alue, ),)( Semi Porcelain Decorated China Kaucers iwp 10c t ups an Dinner Plates. . Wash Boilers I teavj tin. copper bottom; exl ra good value for this price 75c compare fj. o. McCIurc, Hardware (omParc HOUSE-FURNISHING I en; - ur tj4" i cade m Lyon's Shoe Store (nttseMI One Member of Party Has Charge of the Wichita National Reserve. Ed Crabb, working under the aus picas of the siat.' university at Nor man and in the employ of the state geological department, together with Prank Hush, game warden in charge of the Wichita national forest audi I'unii' preserve, who whs requested by the authorities of the state geological department and authorised by the de partmcnt of forestry at Washington to accompany Mr. Crabb, arrived In Tulsa last Prlday on th.ir way to the woods of the Osage nation, where they will spend two weeks making stud) of the forests and paying especial atten tion to the birds in ttiat section of okla homa His Record. Mr. Rush has been In charge of the Wichita forest reserve for the past even years, sn.ee he first brought IB buffalo fn m New fork and placi 'I them in the S.oou-acre pasture and began attending to them. After he roic battles Willi licks and Texas fever, which is fatal to the buffalo, the herd has Increased to it, and In addition to them the range now supports 2'. head of elk, 150 white-tail deer, native to the country, snd two antelopes re el', th placed there. He i popularly known as the ' Western Cowboy Nat uralist". Tree i:peiimi nts Recently he and his annotate work. era planted 10,000 'red cedar trees. SeedUngS, taken from where they had been planted by the Mrds, and reset them in a certain barren part or the lowland Included in the tract. Which, us a whole. Is not what could he culled heavily wooded, and slated that, ac cording to a count made only a few dins since, Kii pfr cent of them wetu llx irii; and thriving. The entire trad contains 61,640 acres, In which the I ii f f ii lo rant;'' "f f.000 ncses is in cluded, surrounded by i r miles of woven wire fence "The agricultural ist sown and naps, but the forester plants with the hope that the next generation may harvest," wus Mr. Hush's significant statement m regard to his work. M inn Birds Do. While the two men were SCOUt i I atmut In the country adjacent to Tulsa Friday afternoon th'-y encoun tered two hoys who accompanied them to town, One of them was a hoy scout and Invited Mr. Hush to address his pam that night. He spoke on the Subject of lilrdB to the hoys. "There In no question but that DUf country was not originally forested," he said. "The hirds lire responsi.de for our having trees anil some of the birds moat useful as foresters are not pro tected by law nt all. The woodpei k' r and the tdiie-Jay are open murks for the sportsman at all times of the year and their usef uln' s-a is not gen erally appreciated Really the nam. law Should be altered, but it would HILL'S QUICK ACTION CLOSING OUT SALE Positively Closes Saturday. Nov. 14th With its closing passes the greatest furniture buying opportunity Tulsa people have ever realized. UtiMEMBEBI this is the last week. AH sale oriees discontinued alter November 1 I. Extra Special for This Week on Ranges and Heaters We bave '-'." different styles of the famous A.OORN GAS RANGES; ;t number of these are the large cabinel size, formerly Belling for VjfOO fQ sl.'i, all go this week, set up complete in your home, I'm- " " All our large size $35 Heaters for $.212. ISO All our regular $25 Heaters for $19,150 All our regular $22.50 Heaters for $10.50 (Above prices include heater set up complete, in ypur home.) Hill Furniture Company 14 16 WEST SECOND greatly benefit matters to impress upon the American youth the material value of the hirds, to ensure their pr, servatlon." The, company or scouts which in addressed was iii session nt the first Christian church, and the young men Were highly entertained and no tlouhi received a great deal of valuable Information from this live man In a live work. TULSft DECREE TEftSfl WINS FIRST PRIZE ROYAL 161 KillBOltS HA VI PtSU CONVI VI KIN VI m vrt; nu i ll M ttONORKD, The rVgno staff of the Tulsa Tamp of Royal Neighbors attended the dis trict convention at Nowata, November 4 and 6, and curried off tho first prise given for the most perfect rltu ai.aiie .inns. BartloevUls won sec ond honors and Nowata, third. The Tulsa team also won great applause for the creditable manner in which they put on the fancy drill on the street for the public, The staff was coHlpBgOd Of the fol lowing officers Mr, Jas h Kelly, captain; Mrs Anna M. Decker, must elan; Mrs O. I'. Slater, oracle; Mrs. Chad Wilson, past oracle; Mrs 01 In, Kesselrlng, Vice oracle; Mrs. Car rie I'rey. chancellor; Mrs. Cora it Ward, recorder; Mrs. Kva Hart, re ceiver, Mta. Malate Kllntworth, mar- Shall Mrs J. W Shields, assistant marshal; Mrs C. A. White. Inner sen tinel Mrs. t.. U Lewis, outer sentinel; Mr I'd ward Voder, faith, Mrs I M While, courage; Mrs J H. Kelly, en durance. Mrs. W A Hupp unselfish ness, and Mrs Lizzie CattffbroB, mod' est jr. Mrs F.dwiird Todof whs sleeted vice president, and Mrs Oeo A. Ward, secretary-treasurer or the next conven tion, which Is to meet at Uartlesfllle CHICHESTER S PILLS W .- , uik oi iiiimi nuiM.f av, VsilX I aJI-.l Aat jn.,r . I , rVi . iii chra ,rr a HI I 11. ,. l fill. In K..I 1 Oiil.l i V i tmtm aek mM i liiLo tin ,.i' , r IIiit f viiar lir.aaUI. A.OH iS III III . i mi iii tun no mt wo ni. i . i i ta Ittrikl we a, Uttt.'-alut. Al . Kclial Ul SOLD B. DRLGtilSTS IVLKVHHLKE it IMafaaaal -i . a . iv. ' BaSatlJ so 4 fail Silliia,rin ItiSarestann. !lh or. Hall Ii So, fJojaalieoiiint aMucintl. vrrissu.jy, tj tsina:..ll .'d. SIS Bill It.. usUIC.'t, SSj next i-ar. The Splendid lime. dies ill People. Hard On gsJSMC "Americans must leant to use holm grown tobacco," trade our mil declares. This will go hard With those persons who haven't been In tho habit of using any kind of to bacco at all -YeU ngStO Wtt, Ohio. Telegram.