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Til K TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1915. GUTIERREZ IS NOW HEAD OF REPUBLIC Hi ; ( 'hciM'll In Mtilplrtnl '1 I'oiTirio I'inisli '(I'll! l' l'i Mexico Has Utcii in I inuil Since Diaz Wa Oiistc.l I'Ynm OiTi.v. RELIGION LOSING OUT IN SCHOOLS (lunch IxkiiIIicn mill Cilni-iilori li'sril Sundry ICoIIkmmis Topics. ''Ml' I'll 114-11 tl I 1 1 1 i 1 1 k Vt-llllull w i r l i A , , ,J .- ri . I I, A 1 1 1 i Hii ml II Illlll clllllcll l-Xi'cnl l HH, at wiI'Iiiiim cmil cl'i-nci-H lilnl con -i here, tuiliiy i('K;ili efforts Ik nl ii p'i.I'.i in of I i-HkIoIIS i:i. I'ASi i, 1 1 m i ti 1 1 n 11 1 Kiii, iii. : 1 1 1 1 .i.in. 1 1 nl' III'' III'. II I' Til'! n fri.-i.il I IM I'l'l'l lit I II ' II t l'l',. IMIOIIlt I ll l'H- Ident ..1 M.-xIcn I'V Hi"' lll.i -U'ln i convention whs l'i'. '-l Il''"' Indny. CiiIIcitcz Ih chosen to HiiImIi til'' lincoilll'll'lccl HI X-M'llf I "ill.. W lli'll W ollld IllM't'llllllT, lillli. t-'l-lllll till' time III." thrown out of "I'll' Si'- III H Mllltrl Of l l'U'lHl ll'll mi ll f Irriii of I'm fn -In I Cc t'Tllllllllli'il 111 I 'III liro luis Mini Ilii' Will I i ii fol low IllR IIH'JI, (lurlllK II MUBlf I'l'-MOHMl t Inl ton ii, Inn la i 'I ' In in i to I In ' of 1 1.-"-: "eoiflnn liia, I'lain-lM-o Loll He I .it Hiiitii, I 'lii ih-Ihi'ii I. Maili-i o, I'.ilrn I .ti hi urn in, lclorlaiii) Jlui-rtii, l-'rmi-i'Im-o t'ail'a.ial mill t 1 1 m t i 1 1 1 1 Car lanza. t 'a II jiii:';i xllll rotil.-iiils lluit In- In tile i-lilrf cxt'cnllvn. Iiuiint! Ihls t -nil only Iwo Imvo I'i i'ii chos.1i liy poMilar li'rtloti. I ia, oust.-il l.y tin- Minlcm revolution, ami Mudi-io, 'deposed l I ho reiiclloiinrv lliieri.i I 'ia. revolt. r. s. un mis oifiic. Till' convention K"V el llllll-llt litis llllllll" h.l'CHll lll'l'ollll Mll lllH. I'lllloS Aikiii'Hos tins lii-i-n named "Inlrn ililitiMif d'n in I'lis.sii ill-inn." nil offlr" lucklm; In the 1'nllcd Stairs. Ills duties will In' to Introduce vImIIiiik dip lomats Id tin- president. Salvmlol I'ali'iiila was jippnlnlp.1 consul nl Hiiuli' I'ass, Texas, licni-riil l-'uKcldn lleniiv ides, Ilii' aclinx u Ii -Mi-crct ni of war, wan iiainril novcinor of t'oahulla, lleneral I'arraii.a'.s nillve Mate. (!i'oi Ki '. t 'm ot Iipi s, w ho lias waived Ills I rslKliiitloii tis state depart ment li 'present III IV il Upon IIIKi-Ilt le lili'Ml of till" Washington ki-i-i llllicllt, li ft to join Villa In tin- field. It wits reported tluil (li'in'iiil Ilia liail re fused In receive I. eon Omnia as a state di'partnient ancnt o naccoiint of ('iiiiiiiu's aliened iartli'latloii in tin1 escape from Mi'Xloi of Kd ua I do Itur hldc, who ai-li-,1 as chief of the federal district .Inst lifter the I'arran.a cvac-liatioii. YOUTHFUL DEBATERS LEAVE FOR DEWEY liallllllK III puldlc KchnnlH lllld ciil.i-K'-M Dial will K'-l results III h in il mi t -s of ii lusher moral stnnillnn line hlll'llit up for rolisiilel al ion was Ihe el'fe.l of rolhxe ill hi et ii'H on nll"oiiH woili nliM'lit; Ihe Hlinleiils. Hi. Coy lliiiullloii, paslur of the I ' r i s I 1 1 -1 tan i-linirh at ihe I ' nl versll v of Ml.-hlitan, told of II dei lllle III re liKiniis lliMili-lire Hi .'.late II n Ivi-mlt leN II,- said l-IXNi-li hI. 'lie II 1 1 Ivi Isll ies II o w liiid no , hapi-l mid I'oiuli-eii had i liaprl m i Oi l s only linen a week. "Ill Hi.- 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1' i I of til" Hlale In stitutions II Impel," In- said, "has I. n il di rllnliiK In inflnem-e us a re ligious luii-e In the last lew years" r Spl-e f in: ( ha pel Oiht II WoeU. Ill N' "KT N, N. .1 , .Ian. 1 I ---A ml roiiiinltlee In roiislder the lion of rontiniiliiK roinpulsnry lav ilianel hi-rlre was ap- liolnli d I'V Ihe In. aid of IiiihIhi-h of l'i llii-elon iiiiIm-ihIIv, in sesMion here loilnv. The i-o n i in it I will report at the fu-xl ineilltiK of the linstees III April. The under :i inliiali-M are hai-li. of a mux inn-lit il K I iu: tl'"1 tli''' not reunited lo alleuil ihapel senli-O diiriiiK Ihe week. TWO DREADNAUGHTS DESIGNED BY NAVY PERSIAN TOWN IS IN TURK'S HANDS Uattle with (lie Itiissinns in .Caucasus Still Con- t i lines. PRAIRIE PIPE CO I GETS KAS. CHARTER .New (,ri(irallon W ill Tuk 'J'rniisMirliillitii i:ml of Itllslllt'HS, Otor iciicli Attacks on (lerinaii Tl'eliclles Have All ISeen Itepulscd. Tl 1 1 'I Is I ii ; ii'iliK eailern Hint of i-onsiilel n hlo inleusity ran led oh In hot Ii the wehlern I Ilea ties of War T H'l.iCA. Kan., Jan. H.The I'rul. rle I'lpe I.lnu noiuji.iny, it i orpurutlon vvltli ft capital of $2i,i)0it. ODD, orKim led to lulut over tlio traiiHpurtatlon plopcity (f tliij I'rulllM Oil tic (Ian ''o., Was KTanled il rliarter ly the Kansas cliurler hniiril today. Th rttilrie (ill ()u t'u. will remain the prodinln I'lmipany. Tti iiii'iirporu tor.s of the new eompanv urn W. K. al.'.s ('. II. Kminz, !". 'M. U'llholm iiiid It. i!. Hure of I ndepeiideiHt), Kan., and (ieorne foyle of Tulsa, ( 'Ma, I-;'.1 ATI-IS It Is sMnrxo Soldixar Naval Hill Carries Much New slritct jon. iji 1 1 -"),")()( I, Coll- ITi K .Ian. I'ro two Imat .suh- rn- of Srrii'sid' llisi-tissiiins I'm- Slate luiniplonslilp n( Dewey Toiilt-lil. The iliMli s.-honl del.aliiiK leant !e,ie.s Ihe eity this liioiiiinu on the S o'eloi-U Santa l-'e train for lirwey lo statce Ihe first contest of the ea -son In this district for Ihe (date cham pionship. The party will consist of Icoriie Itoneii, Walton iMInton and .limes 'a in ''-II. the three dehaters, vith Prof I-:. I', rnverfeith, the head c-f the inallii-matlcs ilepaMmont of the IIIk'Ii school, who lias had chare nf the xoiinx men's tralnlnn. assl.sted v Miss I'letimia Snidow. I'.nohed. That the I'oliey of flov eriimi iil Ow m rshlp of liallioiuls Is (referable to the l'ldlcy of (liucm nient lU-irulatloii", is the uilest loll for discussion tonlKht. The Tulsa in halers will cliainplon the neKalUe fldf i f Ihe niirstloii. TRADERS While work is scarce f will I'on tlnue to sell the la's! Northern llur hank polato.-M at 1.1 cents per peck, limited to I pecks per day. W have a few thousand pounds of the lust flour in Tulsa that we will sell at S.t.UII. It would cost $M.I! on today's market to replac' tills name K'ude flour, i 'ur prices i 'N l-'l.id'U must " htKher soon. If a inerclinnt hnvs S cases il a lime and fKKI'ITS :tl day." and then d.-lh ers at a 1 1 K A V t x peiise of ki'.-i'inn up Al'Ti t.Mi HUM S. TI-'-VMS and IIAI'l-S, can he sell as cheap us ll.e in.T.-Jiant who hus from HHI to MM cases at a tune and si-lls STUIiTI.Y fur cash and never l-KI.IVKl:S? If a thing does not si ind to Ir.i.-oii, why should "U he i.-kcd lo I', -line" We liny In carl. 'ad hits 'or c"ll. We d" n.'t credit: we lose ii.'ilni'K. Wc d-' not d, luer: we WAKII1M vision for the consl ruction of t;real drcadnauhls, Nix torpedo (IcmI rovei N, sixteen coasl defense inarines, a sea-K'uhiK suhmaiiiie, a hospllal shin, a transport and a fuel ship, at at HHKTi-Kate cost of $5.1, HiX, Is made in Ihe naval a pproiulii -lion hill as iiKieed upon today I'V the house naval eommitlee. All lold Ihe hill carrieH $ I I",, 3oo,(iiHi, of which $ l'-,'.'".!, !'!" is nppiofii dated directly for new consl rui t ion. WJilUi Ihe conslrucllon. proKiain falls fur helovv the plans ursftl hy Itepreseiilatlv e Hoh.soii ami other ad vocates of a larger navy, It Includes thf two battleships asked for by Sec n lary lianiels, and provides for more, auxiliaries than the secretary con templated. ( 'haii iuan I'aduett pro tested that Ihe committee was "run uiiik wild'' with appropriation!. Tin- pioKrmii propiiscH the huildluK of two ha 1 1 leshl ps, al not J7.MMl.0OH each, exclusive and i r id it iiii-nl . line sc:i-KdnK submarine o al not more than Jl , -I (o,ooo, exclusive of i.nniinient. Sixteen submarines. at not niori than Jajii.Oiio each, half lo Iim huilt op Ihe 1'aclllc coast if difference 111 cost does not exceed cost of tran.H norlatlon from Atlantic coast. i 'lie hospital ship, at not J-,".r0,tl(U. ( iiii- transport, at not $2. 1 L".',700. Iteprcscnlatlv e llobson kiivo notice that lie w ould carry to I lie flour of Ihe house his fluid for three battle ships, two baltle ciulsers and addi tional destroyers and submarines. TULSA FIRM BACKS A FAKE LOT SALE more than of armor more than morn than I.mal Ileal Ivstutc- l lrni Is Bclus u-l(c,alod hy l-'eilcnil In-sicclor. In. I'. firm lobs (. T In ' w I i.iv e I ,r b No r N ell nut We liliv e I " I sell f"l- I better hS li lid i.ods I . 1 1 1 1 1 b -I pM" i mid in k if f"t Ihe I, bcr;i II .ti ll We hav Tel ti. ti"t our pi lei s We have ;i Roods and m prici's inusl ba.k We want u'lH lew . i that v bi-tl'1 pb-lised U:ii:ST trade t hev 1 .1 I-! II". Iirvint; t tint a local rial estato is condiictinK a "ale of fake ihtoiiKh the riiileil Hlati'H mall, I 'l lce, postof f Ice Inspector, WUH Tulsa inveHiUatiiiR yesterday. l'i.,' lots which are beintr sold nil ever the country as parts of a sub urb of TuKi lie si-veral miles from the city ninths and are not near any cily. It may t'O Impossible to Ket coiivictiiiK evidence mi the firm be cause It Invites any prospective buyer to come and inspect the lots before buvliiK. offerliiK 'to pay the expenses. Mr. I'llce spent the day with J. M. I'rutihfield. Tulsa postmaster, who accompanied htm to the sccno of the lake city. The KliH-dall Iiooiih. ichiiiiiIiik the offensive, have made advances In eaMt Prussia, according to a Russian offi cial statement. II is iiMHcrted that the (ierinans have been repulsed In eii- Katfeiuenls near Kosor and thut Hie Kussians have oicupied several vil-lat-i-H, one of them stronnlj fortified. The Hiissluns iiImd claim tn have made udvaliceM to the Houthwest of Mlawa, iiottheru Kusslan I'ldand in the direction of Had.onow ii. While this flKlitlhK Is Kd'K on the (icrmutiH are conlliiuliiK their attack no the Russian front In I'oland. I'etronrad reports Unit their latest attacks havt been Kiiccessf u lly repulsed. Attempts ma. in by the Russian in fantry to K'Un Ki'iiiind mIomi; the front of the Lower Nldii river, douthern Russian I'oland, have been repulsed with heavy losses, ncenrdlng to an of ficial Austrian statement. No other eiiKailin-nls have tali en place in (iallcla and In the CarpatlilariH, it Is paid, weather conditions there being unfavorable lor flRhtliiK. Solsxiils ( onllnucs. In the western theatre the btttlo w hlcli has been waxed for a wtvk to tlio northeast of Holssons coiitlnue.i. Here the French claim lo have proK ressed sIlKlitly between t'uffies and Crouy, hut were unabb' to iYehou h lriuii ( 'rouy. The latest French official stateuieiit adinlls that the allied troops have been forced to yield .slightly near the village of Uoncel after hi'iliK nubjected lo n violent at tack. The allies mill occupy Mum-el, however. AlollK the rest of the weHt rn front there have been no fiiKaKe nient.s of importance, it Is reported. The port nuthorltles of Iiover deny a report which has been current to Ihe effect that two Herman siibnm rlniM were fired upun nnd sunk bv the coasl batteries off that place. The reslnnnllon of fount Yon Rerchlold, A usl ro-1 1 ungariuii minister of foreign affairs, is announced. Jt is reported that he litis betn Hucc-eeded by Itaron Stnphnu Miirlan, minister of the Royul court In the Hungarian cab inet, fount Von Herctitohl was one of the main factors In the BlttiattoA which led. to the Austrian declaration of war on Servla. RciMirled 'Hint (.cncral Mils Keen Killed. WASHINGTON', .Ian. 1 4. -The far rimxa axeney here 1 1 ml u; lit made pub lic the followlnis' Ultyram from Ii redo: "llineral l.uis (Jutierrez wired Niievo Laredo today from Tunnel Station, a few miles southeast of Sal tlllo, that the Villa forces are evac uation Salllllo and retreating In ttie direction of San Luis I'olosl. He re ports that the Villa force that en tered Salllllo was under the command of lieiieral Aimeles and numbered only ti.000 men." Another report given out by the agency wild Uener.il Maclovio ller rera had shot and killed General Soldivar, of Villa's army, when the latter, with a parly of disguised md- dlerH. entered the farrana lines in Kfog and tried to assassinate 1 lerrel a. General Clark, Bandit, Con fessed; Spess Admits Killing Deputy (Continued From I'age Due.) ERA OF PROSPERITY DOE FOR AMERICA Xew Secretary of Commerce in an Optimistic Speech. MOW VtiRK, Jan. 13. A greater era of prosperity Is In view for this country. Secretary of Commerce Wil liam f. Retinoid said tonight in ad dressing the fourth annual dinner of the Qneeiisborough chamber of com merce. Secretary Redfleld responded to the toast, "Optimism and prosperity." ( discussed American trade relations and Industrial conditions resulting from the war In Kurope, cited th ad vance in freight rates irunte'd to tlio l allronds.and the opening of the Pan ama, canal, as factors leading toward an Improved business status, and ex pressed the hope that American goods waiting In American ports for ship ment may soon find means for trans portation. W, Morgan Sinister said tint in fur nishing supplies to "the nations at war the I'nlted States was handicapped by an Inadequate niijichiint marine. "Any other nation." lie said, "thut possessed our wealth ami opportuni ties, given the present conditions In world polities, would' long ago have I obtained full control of tlio world's trade. in but a I e Ih i:ht ml line work rin hi i of slier lothim;. r tiling h, div ( nit tlo in M HIM'H(I OIL I'llOTLItTV I xpoitatiiei of funic at Tampion and Tiixiwiui flosill. Fit A ('III Z, Jan. 13 So far as is known here there has been no en forcement of the recent decree pro viding for the Immediate cessation of exploration for and development of ell properly. I'eisotis close to lli'll-In-ill Cnrraiiza say. however, that the citviu.i N or I 'M ICTION 1'KAl liS. II- Sc-iinj; In vesication In I astern llnols District risibablc. CHICAGO, Jan. 13. An Inquiry into the last election in the eastern Judicial district of Illinois has dis closed conditions which he believe warrants a thorough federal Investi gation Into charges of fraud, accord ing to Charles A. Karch. Cnited States decree will be enforced and that t he i diMrlct attorney of lmnvllle. 111., hern 1' the Terlton bank, with iiis assist- ii IK , Airrt-d Wild. .Mil Knowing uiai Clark w as under at rest when they i i ... i : i . .1 l. : ... i saw him. the four men 1111-111111 nun ,, .. us one or tun ha 1111 s iu caneu inr I'avvnee .sheriff to take charge of, him. This was considered fair irteutil'lcatlon, and when the jmrty reached I'awnee -they were joined by 1 J. A. MoCallan, Pawnee county at- j torney, and B 11. Hc uson of the ; Hums detective agency. In the pres-j ence of theso men Clark confessed that he was party to the Terlton, hold-up. I Three Confess. Hefore Deputy Host left Pawnee last night, -Inhoff who was captured . with 7 in in currency on his person,) also confessed to his part or the deal and .lames Spess acknowledged that he had fired the uliot which killed Ivputy Sheriff Moore of Pawnee county. These three confessions cleared up the Terlton affair. The three men further confessed that they stole a horse from where It wns tied on First street, Tulsa, lust Saturday night, and that that horse was the one which was shot from under Hill Inhoff Wtic'u the posse cap tured him Wednesday morning. The horse was the property of J. A. Miller. The officers have no reason to believe that Walter Spess, who gavo hlinsi'lf up to tlio Pawnee authorities, lias any connection with the crime." iarlM-r YcKlf Caught. Information was received last night that Otis Lewis of Cushlng and A. R. Johnson of unknown residence WfVo arrested at Knld early yesterday and later Identified by the Garber bank authorities as the men who blew open the saft' of the Garber hank' at 3 o'clock Wednesday morning and es caped, leaving their automobile In u ditch neur t vvn, with a little money and some bin glar'a tools In It. Lewis Is said to run a small garage In Cushlng, and Is alleged to have stolen two automobiles In Oklahoma City, previous to the time he got away with the one left In the ditch near Garber. Although these men have been Identified, they have made no confes sion, and are In Jail at Enid. Vera IloMei-s Held. P.ART1-KSV11.LF., Okla., Jan. 14 Vera residents have Identified the two bandits whit, held up the State bank there yesterday as John Vann and Will Putnam of Itartlesvllle. Putnam Is the alleged KtayiV of Patrolman Itutler hero a week ago. Today a warrant waa sworn out for Vann, charging htm with murder growing out of the killing of Itutler. He was seen with Putnam and Ar thur Martin, who was killed by Itutler a few hours before the killing. Vann Is n brother of "Nip" Vann, layer of City Marshal John Melnroy of fancy a j ear ago. Itotti of the brothers are said to be In hiding In the isage hills. The Vanns are of Indian descent, tall and handsome and belong to one of the oldest families here. Their mothor Is wealthy. trade and w e need It prepared to of destroying wilful opposi- TRADER 1011 i:ST si 'CON I STRU T r.irranw govertimeni is in even to the extent 1 oil propertv ill case of in. 11. Tin- exportation of oil by the A 1 11 1 hi r I'll company has ceased at Tamptco and Tuxpim because of a dlffeuiice which has arisen over the attempted collection of a special tax. CALOMEL SICKENS! IT S HORRIBLE! ON SI BIllS CONSTIPATED OlMVs 1.1 I It TON I." Will. il II Ot Till. HI ST I M I H M imui:i. ii. i:NMNi vn J VI it ni. Calomel makes you sick: you lose a day's work. Calouul Is quicksilver anil It salivates, calomel Injures your Jlver. If you are bilious; feel la;;y, slug gish and all knocked out, if your bow els are constipated and your hi ad actus or stomach Is sour. Just take a spoonful of harmless Imdnon't l.lvel Tone Instead of using si ki'nmg. sali vating calomel. I unison' l.lver Tone Is real liver medicine. You'll know It w H K I bowels regular. You will feel like working. You'll be ilieciful; full of vigor and ambition. Your druggist or dealer sells you a iO-rent bottle of Hudson's l.lver Tone under my personal guarantee that It will 1 lean your sluggish liver bettor than nasty calomel, It won't make you sick and you run eat anything you want without being t.illvated. Your druggist guarantee that tuch spoonful will s'art your liver, clean your bowels and straighten you up by morning or you get your money back. Children gladly take Hudson's l.lver Ton be cause It is pleasant tasting and doesn't ttlpe or crump or make thcni nick. I am selling millions of bottle of I "mlson's l.lver Tone to people who have found that this pleasant. Vege table, liver medicine takes tlia place i.w.riilnir because VOU Will on ff-ellng fine, your liver will be of dangerous calomel. working, your h'Xidache and illzzini-ss ! on i"y sound, reliable guarantee, gone, your stomach will be sweet ulidlvour druggist about me. Adv. Huv on bottle Atk tonight. Mr. Karch has reported to the de partment of Justice that private In vestigations had resulted In wide spread charges of fraud, that allega tions bad been made, that large sums of iiioni y hail been spent at the elec tions, both In l'.m and 1914. and nsked the approval of the department in extending the Investigation, Stormy Petrel Resigns After Emptying Pen (Continued From Pago One.) lilCI RO TRII I) I gslalor lit UK RRIIil l. Year In Must Scre One IVn fur Act. SANTA FK, N. M.. Jim. 13 The state supreme court today afflrmeil the conviction of Jose P. Lucero for solicitation of a bribe aa a member of the First state legislature I.ucero a sentenced to the penitentiary for one year for attempting to ell his voto and Influence In connection with the election of I'ntted State senators. Dot N Utility of MuruVr. I .OS ANGKI.KS, JanJ. IS. Charle T. Oxnam, a 17-year-old burglar, waa convicted of murder In the first de gree today. He shot William Ale ander, a retired millionaire attorney of H.illas. Texas, In Alexander's home on the night of leccinber II. 'THE VAXISH1.NO JKAYKLS." Third i:plx1e. ' KipMt of Elaine." UMPIIESS TOIAY. clemency to state prisoners, public statements which were construed to mean that he wa opposed to using stale troops to prevent tho lynching of negroes when they attacked white women and tho recent disbanding of tho South Carolina, National Guard helped make his official career nota ble. "I lovo the pardoning power." he once said. "I want to give the poor devils another chance. I hope to make the number an even thousand before. I g' out of office." Ilcti-ntli-llour 1 'a rtli ins. Itecords ehow that the governor surpashed even hi own expectation. Just hefore retiring; today he Issued 21 clemencr grant. Four men sen tenced to life imprisonment for mur der were paroled and four other re ceived commutations. Today" action made a total of 1.70S prisoner grant ed clemency during; the jovemor-! four year" administration. l-'ull pardon recently wer granted to approximately 1,000 prisoner who previously had been paroled, this ac tion restoring their cltlienshlp. Su perintendent l. J. Ortfflth of the state penitentiary said tonight that lefs than one hundred prisoner are now held thers. Governor Hleais 1 the first South Carolina chief executive who ha re Ignert to enter private Ufa. Other governor have resigned, but only for the purpose of accepting some other office. Mr 1' lease has made no an noumement as to hi future plans. Friday at the Dump Sale Third Floor Harlow ' s DUMP MUSLINS Hero we are sprain Fr'uluy Dump Snle Special on Muslins. Full yard wiile bleach ed Muslin. Tho best lOo quality Dump Sale price 7 yards for 50o Limited 11 yards, to a customer. fiOO yards to be sold today. E- i wwiniiimm'ii iy ". 1 . '."'yyini ','Ti 'in"" 'iiiiftr'" ,tl'..ii"i 'if' "'frST. Harlow 's DUMP LONG CLOTH Twenty-five full pieces of soft finished long cloth. Special quality. Friday Dump Sale priced by tho pieetj only at 90o 10 yards to the piece. Take the elevator 3rd Floor Dump Sale. Shop Early. I1 Ml' I'AUMOMYH CICUAM SOAl'. Just elghleeil Heta left to sell today, one SOc jar of J-'alinolive Cream and three 10c cakes of l'alm ollve Soup Kii- worth in ull. Kemember, there uio only enough for eighleen sales in the sets. First come, first nerved. St phone orders. The eighty cents' worth. Hump Stile ;; WMi iwck rowriKii. And it Is Madam Ise' Jtell H exiiulnlte Face Powder; chemically pure: endorsed by leading physicians; comes In three tints natural, white and brunette; leaves the akin soft us velvet. Madame Ise' Hell's is the highest perfoctlon In Face 1'owder; nation ally advertised and sold at GOe a box. Dump Hale ITlce 2o DUMP, DUMP, DUMP WOMEN'S SHOES. We are going to tell you about the shoes again today, it is too important to over look. You can buy here at the Dump Sale the best of footwear. Shoes that sold for $3.00, $'!.")(), $4, and even $o' at $1.48, $1.SW, $2.48 Street shoes, dress shoes, low shoes, high shoes. This is a big general riddance of many lines mid kinds of shoes. . The best evidence of the goodness of tli its offering is that each day of the Dump Sulo the shoo buying has grown heavier. Yesterday more pairs of shoes were sold than any day of tho sale. Come see. Look each lot "over, the size is correctly and plainly marked on every pair. You'll find more thun one pair you want. All sizes are here. There are several lots of Children's Shoes in the sale 1M .MI' TAU'VM l'OWDKK Here in the biggest Talcum J'owder buy you ever made Air Float Talcum 1'owder the 15c alzo cans, and there Is no finer Talcum Powder made. Hump Hale I'rice today only, a can 5c limited one dozen cans to a customer. Shop early PIMP NAPKINS. Theye are 18x18 inches, made ready to use; stand ard Peerless Napkins of fine quality Indian head; sell regularly at fiOo the dozen; offered today Friday Hump Sale Special at, a .dozen ,...30o Sold in dozen lots only. Limited five dozen to a customer. Dump Sale Third Floor. DUMP SALE WOMEN'S COATS. Final call on these garments. About fifty left for today and tomorrow's selling Coats that sold for $10, $1L and $13. Ulaeks, navy, browns and many odds and ends. Good plain, serviceable, garments for general wear. There are no heirlooms among them, simply the last call, final selling. Coats must go so secure one today. Dump Sale savings are im portant. Coats ! : $3.95 DUMP SALE SKIRTS $1.50. And they are the kind you Avant for general wear, quite a lot here for today and tomor row's selling. None sold under the $5.00 price. Dump Sale gives. you-choice for $1.50 m:v pkkcai fs i.v yako. We unnoiim-R the arrival of fifty different pat terns In light and dark colors of tho splendid Agatha Percales; the smoothest, finest l'ercalo to be had at uny price; the new patterns are pleas ing nnd today's shoppers will find excellent choice ut, a yard l.c ( Main Floor) WE CALL. IT SPIDDK SILK. The fabric Is sheer and silky, full 36-lnches wide and is used for waists and underwear; cornea In flesh, bluo, lavender, white, green, yellow, tan. brown and tho new colors. This quality Is prlcoa usually ut 35c. On sale, main floor, dress goods department. NEW SPRING FABRICS. There is much here now of interest to beauty-loving women. Dainty white' fabrics in. all the new weaves, beautiful white imported shirting Madras, Voiles Lace Cloths, Crepes, French. Muslins. Fabrics of transparent sheerness, . Flaxons in every weight aud weave. Printed fabrics in many novelty cloths, sheer nnd heavy weights. There is much here and you'll find satisfactory selections. SPECIAL MENTION Ts made of unusual values nnd exceptional qualities in new French Serges. Light weight Spring Suiting, Mescaline Silks and Poplins. Important showing of black and navy blue for separate Skirts and Suits. Main Floor Dress Goods Department Third Street and Boston Ave Free Domestic Science Lectures Mrs. Nevada Briggs of Chicago to lecture on cooking to the ladies of Tulsa in the vacant room, 118 E. Second St. Two lectures daily at 2:30 p. m. and 7:30 p. ra. beginning, Monday, January 18th Mrs. Briggs comes highly recommended from eastern cities, she has a national reputation as a lecturer-demonstrator and gives her au diences the scientific as well as the practical methods of home cook ing and baking, thereby securing more wholesome and more economical food, saving both time and material. A completely equipped kitchen and plenty of seats will be provided where you may see every detail of the work from the selecting of the materials to tasting the finished product. Ladies will find it convenient to bring a fork for sampling and a peucil for taking notes. k Dgdk iit'- f BAKING p Program: c Monday, 2:10 p. in. Orang Ck, Marbl Pudding, Nut Bread and Hlscults. Monday, 7:10 p. m. Cream Cake, Doughnuta and Biscuits. Tuesday, 1:10 p. m. Lady Baltimore Cake, Oold Cake, Beef Roll with brown gravy. Tuesday, 7: SO p. m. Chocolate Cake. Waffles and 'Dixie IHsculta. Wednesday, J:S0 p. m. Sponge Cake. K. C. Left over Sausage and Sour Milk Bisculta. Wednesday, 7:80 p. m. White Cake, Bacon, Muffins, Apple Fritters with Jelly Sauce, Admission Free Agent of the lectures will call at your Lome and tell you how to secure the valuable books used by Mrs. Briggs free of charge.