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THH TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1 0 1 r
PIVK vniiKir.MPUTnuAwc j A C, C. AUXILIARY President Wri'ghl and See retary Tilburne Enthus iastic Over Plan. YOUNG BLOOD NEEDED Those W ill Some Day Run Tulsa should Get Into Training Now, A young nun's auxiliary to the Tn) si Commercial club li to dc nrian Ixed in the tear Future, according to ft statement made ytMeroay bj O, N Wrlaht, president of the club, "a number of young nun in 1 1 1 elty . 1 1 have beej ciuite active in all oivtc m ;i t rs. but whose Incomes i" Pot permit them to pay the dues ex acted of commercial club inattera," laid Mr. Wright, "have asked f,u my cptnln ui the advisability oi them forming an auxiliary, to be con posed cdely of J i Ung nion." "I have given the matter much thought,' he continued, "and have do elded that this will he ;i splendid limn; for the club, the elty and the young nun. Scattered through our banks, our Iok mercantile establish- ffleei ars hundred bright, active and th li, -n who ill be in a few years, 'i hej a hand ill I'lllld- imw. i hey are Willing Workers. Hill most ul Hu m ! working on salaries, and while they nre anxious to give freelj of their time to the Commercial olu'j the) io not feel thai they can afford W pay dues. Therefore, we have planned to cr.'.inize, or rather let them organize, h young men s auxiliary, which will be officered and conducted by them, but which will i' n pari and parcel f the Commercial . lub, Need young Blood, it is the young man who really works when there is v oi k to oe done for Instance, if an occasion arises where some quick work must bo ac ii mrdlshed, we iii turn in the mem bership roll if the voiinc men lliary and Belect the names of men who are best lunlifled to do particular work. We will then thotr emnlnvers who themselves members i.f the Commercial club, aah ti.em to let their employee for two or three hours, as (la ments and our cf young men, alert. Tln-v are running the city aie anxious to tak, ire the larnvnuntty aux- tlie -.bat call are and off ease may he. The employer perhaps wo 'HO be loo busy to help, but he would be glad to let his employe nwnd and the latter would bo llellghte 1 to do It." Edward O, Tilburne, secretary of the club, is enthusiastic over the plan. it is rinht in line with my Idea of bringing all cltlsena and all oiganiia tions into direct touch with theclub, bald the secretary, "The most potent fa tor In the upbuilding of Tulsa is the young oion who make theu- ho nes here This is a young man's town. The young nun would have vomething tt say about the work of the club and should be Mien an opportunity to take a part in the task of making TulSO B bigger and a better city. The proposed auxiliary need not charge any dues, although a nomlial mcui- Crtiln fee mia-ht not be amiss That mattei young gantse place ment." It probable thi of the young men called in the near an organisation, JITNEYS WILL RUN TO BROKEN ARROW hnm o nr. Ilhouid be l"ft tot lie men themselves when tiio or Th organization ihould take at the earliest possible mo- l a mass meeting f the alty will bo future ti perfect Following the establishment of ihe line to Turley and Flat ek another Interurban "jitney" line began operat ing yesterday between Broken Arrow and Tulsa. Emery Simmons is in charge of the service. The cars make two trips a day day each way, leaving Broken Arrow at O'clock a. m. and 6:0 o'clock p. m. and leaving their station at Second and Cincinnati In Tulsa at 11:30 o'clock a. ra, and 11:80 o'clock i. m. Simmons charges each II for one-wav trip or II round trip. Jitney service to Red Pork Blxby Is now contemplated, passengi r :,o for the and STOP THE MISERY OF INDIGESTION Blmpio Vegetable Remedy That Fnda Sourness, Belching, Heaviness, Heartburn and Dizziness. fif. Tierce's Golden Medical IMspov try has been so aucceaaful in the treat ment of Indigestion, that thousands of former sufferers owe their good health of to-day to its wonderful power, and testimonials prove it. It arouses the little muscular fibres Into activity and causes tho gastric Juices to thoroughly mix with the food you eat, elmply because It supply tho Btomach with pure, rich blood. It's IWeak, Impure blood that causes stom ach weakness. Get good blood through the use of Pr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, and you will have no more Indigestion. It Is tho world's proved blood puri fier. Start to take It to-day and before another day has passed, the impurities of the blood will begin to leave your body through the liver, kidneys, bowels and skin, and in aftv days you will know by your Fteadier nerves, (lrmer step, keener mind, brighter eyes and clearer skin that tho bad blood Is pass ing out, and new, rich, pure blood la filling your veins and arteries. The samo good blood will cause pim ples, acne, eczema and all skin erup tions to dry up and disappear. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery Is tho helpful remedy that marly every ono needs. It contains no alcohol or narcotics of any kind. It cleanses tho blood and every organ through which the blood flows Is benefited. Oct it to day at any medicine dealer in liquid or tablet form. How to preserve heal'h and beauty Is told In Dr. Pierce's Common iSene Med ical Adviser, it is free. Send Doctor Pierce. E .ITalo. N. Y.. .1 dimes or stamps to cover wiappiiig uud mailing only. CLOSES FOR INVENTORY RILEY & CO., OF CHICAGO, AT A. C. JACOBSON'S 112 EAST SECOND STREET Entire stock of East Second Street's great and only Department Store will be closed out to the naked walls In 10 Days, Starting Wednesday, June 30th, at 10 a. tn., Rain or Shine. Let the Eagle Screech Four Days Before the Glorious Fourth PROCLAMATION TO THE PEOPE. Having made two desperate attempts to raise enough money to satisfy the demands of his criditors without success, there was no other alterative, A. C. Jones w as forced to send to Chicago for help. Riley & Co, are now in chargeThe famous Chicago bargain givers have literally annihilated former prices. Fifty pretty Dress Patterns, containing seven and nine yart'.s of Calicoes, Ginghams and Percales, to be sold for 10c per pattern to the first 50 people entering the store after 10 a. m. Wednesday, June 30th. ( ., 25 Star Bargains,Count Them, 25. These are worth many miles of travel to ohtain 59c $1.48 24c RILKl A t o s PRH E MOT BTAIt BARGAIN N 1 f,u On)) Home Dresses, actual retail value $1.00, Riley Co, Price STAR BARGAIN SO - i'fi ijidieh' Lingerie Dresses, worth up to lie. on, Riley a Co, Trice STAR BARGAIN no. :i inn Doien Men'i 60c nine shirts, ltiiey t Co. Price VI lt llIU.l NO. I 100 Dozen Middy mouses, value t.. $1 2R AAn H ej . 1 'o Price trtrl STAR BARGAIN No B CO Dozen Unites' Waists, value to $8.00, 01p Riley v Co. Price tHL BTAH ltlt.lN li loo Doien Dadles' Dress Bklrts, value $&, Riley a o. s Price si R BARGAIN No. 7 loo Dozen $1.00 Bungalow Aprons, QEr ltiiey As Co Price Ovlu BT lt BARG UN Mi. 8 100 Do.en Canvas Gloves, Riley a Co.'s Price 3" STAB ltK(. IN no 11 Men's Worsted linss PantS, Worth $3 00, Kiley a- Co, Price si lt BARGAIN No in Mens Sample Straw Hats, worth to $3, ltiiey A Co. Price ST l BARG UN No. 11 Sample Corsets, worth 11.00, ltiiey a- Co, Price $1.49 99c 98c 21c STAB n VRG UN o r 100 Dozen Menu $100 DreM Shuts, Riley Co, Price STAR BARG UN NO, 18 100 Dozen Men m (Oc value Silk Hose Riley a i'o Price s I Ml BARGAIN no ii Mens Ide Hose, Riley a t'o Price s l Ut BARGAIN No 15 ioo Dozen Ladies' I So value Vests, ltiiey a- Co. Price STAR BARGAIN No in ioo Doien Ladies' ti no Muslin Gowns, Kiley & Co. l'riee BTAR BARGAIN No. 11 100 Dozen Corset Covers, 76c value, Kiley Ac Co. Prloe STAR BARG UN No im ioo Doien White Underskirts, $i value, Kiley A: Co Trice BTAR BARG UN No iu 100 Dozen Chemise, 76 value. Kiley A Co. Trice si Alt BARG UN No ji $3.fi0 value Ladles' Mary .lane Slip pers, Kiley A Co Price STAB BARGAIN No 21 $3 r,0 value Menu Work Shoes, Kiley It Co. Trice . STAR RARG UN No. f "Tie value Men's Holts, Kiley & Co. l'riee STAR RARG UN No. 23 $1.00 value Athletic Union Suits, Kiley A Co. l'riee 39c 19c 5c 5c 39c 21c 39c 39c $1.50 $1.69 19c "39c STAR HUM. UN No Jl Tfic Value Shirts and Drawers, Kiley A Co. Trice s'l I. II Kl. UN NO J5 Mm Bhorl Length of 16c Gingham, dioii , per ard 19c 6c SKIR f ll T lt I Ml VI $t so value Llnene and White Wash $J 60 value Linen W'asti Sklrtn $3 r,U value Linen Wash Bklrts. for $:, an value Wool Dri ss Skirts for 7,60 vain,- Wool Dress Skirts for . $9.00 value Wool Dress Bklrts for $11 60 value Wool Dress Bklrtl for . ii to $ i r oo Bilk suirts for LADIES' W U s i s Pretty Shut Waist, $IH0 value, for . $1.50 value W'alst.s for $2.60 value WalStS for $r, on value Crepe de Chine Waists for $i oo value Middy Blouses for 59c 98c $1.48 $1.48 $1.98 $2.48 $2.98 $4.98 24c 48c 98c $1.79 39c BOOK BEPAR1 Ml n i $,'l .'.ii Ladies' Shoes, Mary .lane Tumps $.1 60 Talent Leather Tumps, cloth tops for . en i 'olonlal Tumps for $6 00 4-Strap Pumps for Canvas oxfords, rubber soles, $2.r0 White Canvas Colonial Pumps White Canvas Mary .lane Bllppen Children's Tumps, f, 1 -2 to I, tor , Children's Tumps, s l J to 13 1-8, i 'loi, Ii en s Tumps, 181-1 to fol . Men's $3,60 Shoes Mi n'l H 00 Shoes Men'i ? 00 shoes fol . Men's House Sllppel'S $1.50 $1.50 $1.79 $1.98 $1.25 $1,25 $1,25 98c $1,25 $1.39 $1.69 $1.98 $2.48 89c Sale Positively Opens Wednesday, June 30, 10 a. m. The First 50 Ladies Will Get Enough Cloth to Make a Pretty Dress for Ten Cents ATCJACOBSON, 1 12 East Second St. Across from the Grand Opera House Three Doors East of the Traders FREE BANQUET IS PROPOSED BY CLUB "Get-Together Gathering' on July 9 to be Tulsa Innovation. TO BE SWELL AFFAIR Many Surprises in Store for Those l?ortunate tu Attend. Friday, July 8, is to murk the be Sinning of a "new era in Tulsa, This will be the date of the fust fet-together gathering vf the Tulsa Commercial elub. The gathering will occur ut the municipal convention hall and the hours will be. from 6 o'clock to 8 o'clock p. in. t . invitations Will be sent out the first of next week to 600 prominent mem bers of tho club and other citizens. The program for the occasion will be largely a matter of mystery, as few of the important dftnlls are going to be divulged in advance. nig Banquet. The banquet will he served on the Immense stage, which is large enough to accommodate &00 persons, and there will be u e.iUiret performance consisting of high-ciuss attractions from tho locul theatres, furnished by the Tulsa Theatrical Managers' asso ciation. Other talent will he supplied by tho Apollo club. The entertain ment will nil take place on the arena floor, with the audience on the stage, thus reversing the usual order. One of the mystery numbers will he ,i solo bv a well-known local girl, who will appear blindfolded and whose identity will never be made public. M.un Surprises, There will be a number of sur prises, which will culminate with the great surprise of the evening. The oil leers of the club and two or throe of the directors will be the only per sons "in on" the great surprise, but. Whi n It occurs It will startle and dazzle the assembled guests and will oreate nothing sho. t of a riot. Several committees are at work and every minute detail will he looked aftrr. One of the numbers on the program will be an elaborate demonstration of the scenic and electrical equipment of convention hall stage. The feed will be sumptuous, accord ing to Edward 0, Tiiiiurne, secretary of the club, who is arranging that Im- portant feature of the entertainment. tSverytbing Free, No charge will be made. Every thing will he free to the fortunate 600 persons who receive invitations. These unusual preparations are being made in order to Insure the largest attendance of any commercial club or "booster" meeting ever held in Tulsa. When the great surprise ap pears everyone present will be glad he came. Edwin M Steckel, the accomplished Oklahoma City organist, yesterday eonsented to appear on the program at the get-together gathering, lie will plaj a number of selections on the municipal pipe organ in conven tion hall, Mr. Steckel has appeared here In numerous concerts, Last sun day he presided at the organ on the occasion ol the free concert. MAN REPORTED DEAD I IS VERY MUCH ALIVE J. B, damp Vuiu- the Streets of Oovvota Instead of Lying Under Bod in oi,i Mexico. BANKERS STRONG I FOR MR. TILBURNE THIS IS THE TRADE MARK ON ZVERT BOX OF GENUINE TEETHINA Secretary of Tulsa Com mercial Hub Made Rec ord in San Diego. Was J. It. Camp of Coweta, Okla., killed In Mexico, or uas H some other Camp who was murdered, and whose brother near Tulsa was no notified recently? According to the following letter received by The World yesterday J. 13. Camp Is very much alive: Coweta, Okie., June 28. The Tulsa World, Tulsa, Okla. I note in your Issue of June 2 8 you again have re port d the supposed death of one J. H. Camp of Coweta, okla , who sev eral weeks ago reported his departure for some point In Mexico to rescue a former employer. I wish to advise yon that this J. H. Camp Is no more dead than I am. This for your Informa tion, and to whom It may concern. Yours truly, W. J. M'HUOH, Manager Western Union Telegraph Company, be Fine Graft. Madge I don't think there'd any fun In voting, anyhow. Marjorle Sure, there would. If a woman you didn't like were running, you could get all the fudge and soda you wanted out of her, and then vote against her. Judge. Oft In the Stilly Night. "That cat's narno must be Itan 1om." "How do ynu knok?'' "Look at all the things that are fired at It." l'hlladelphla Ledger, Although he has hardly had an op portunity to demonstrate his real Worth, Edward O, THburne, new sec retary of the Tulsa Commercial club, who assumed complete charge of that Office on last Thursday, lias already endeared himself to the officers anil directors of the club and the, mem bers whom he has met personally. Before Mr, Tilburne was employed by the club a number of queries con cemlng his ability and reputation were dispatched to San Diego, at which place he STBS Identified for sev eral years with various civic move ments and organisations, Not ono unfavorable reply was re ceived. His Recommendation. Some of the answers. In the form of letters and telegrams, were as fol lows: SAX DIEGO, Cal June 21. I). C. J'.oae, Tulsa, okla Dear Mr. Hose; i have your favor of the 17th Inst, making Inquiry regarding B, 0 Tilburne. I have never had any personal acquaintance with him, but all persons with whom 1 have talked have given him the best of endorse ment and think lie would be Just the man to fill the position of secretary of your Commercial club. The dif ferent positions he lias held in this city and the. experience? he has had, It seems, Would especially qualify him for the place. Trusting that Tulsa Is prosperous and that you are well and happy, 1 am. yours very sinecielv, It H. McPADDBN. SAX DIEGO, Cal . Juno 19. O. N. Wright, president Commercial olUb, Tulsa, okla.: Party not personally knuwn to us Local reputation Is that he Is honest and capable. AMERICAN NATIONAL UANK. SAX DIEGO, Cal., June 19. G. X Wright. Tulsa, Okla.: line to absence from the city your wire of tho eighteenth Jurt received. Party In quired about is an energrtie and ca pable organiser, He served, with great credit to himself, us secretary of our industrial fair. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OF SAX WKUo Cill'XTY. carl n HXILPRON, President BAX DIEGO, Cal, June 21. O. N. iKFOKSALt BYjl L DHUSUlSrvJ Known for fcttl lllMlJfcWr'OWIlFnS . " " .'s"f" Medi in? for Teething Babict. C.J. MoH.H Muring Co. Kul! riirrctltM """ '"' 'in eai li Ixct for i larmier ii Mcrhna. ( Ii'-Ktb Infant Nm. U ' m , H i . i)tntfry, ( ofiatit-atioii aiu other lini-nU Outt Dake Itatiy NutTer " tccthmir i i I Look for tha Trada Mark. Bold ty all drOff fait fa Wrtttfnr iur f Vm "Afuffccr'a Jfwlitt? C. J Muiiett Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo. Convenient Train Service Westbound, Daily: Lv, I ulna Ai. Osagt Ar, Jrnmniti Ar. OuftluftK Ai . Guthi is Ar. Oklahornn I Ar, Bsrlletvillc Ar. ( 'olhnvillr Par so fit Clinniilc 1:20am. 7.0(W ll:06im. 2.4.ra,m. 8 if,.,,,. 12:40pm. 3i51sm. 8:59am. 1:47pm. 4:42am. 9:50am. 2:40pm. 1 10:08am. 5.05pm. i) 7j05 4i89pm. &30am 5.:i0. 6:33am, 6:35pm, 7:4.'iin. 7:46pm, Servic that serves! . J It I , , Bl 1 1 ? ia30am Wright, Tulsa, okla : l'ardon delay In answerlOS your wire of tho eighteenth, Tilburne Is well thought of here and my knowledge of him leads me to say that he would prove a good man as secretary of the club mentioned. As secretary of various organizations here lie wus very effi cient. O. A. DAVIDSON DAN HUNT BUYS OUT RIDDICK'S INTEREST Eastbound, Daii) i Lv. Tulsn Ar, M uslu.gr r At . M Alrtirr . rJrnisort Oallss Fl. Worth San Antonio , Houston tlJttily t-xcept Sunday A."k tvr information F. W. D Ai Ar Ar Ar Ar 5:00am. tOOsnla 9:28am, 12:48pm, ' 15)iru 8.-00 fit). 7.45n,. Bi07pni. 720pm. 1 1 :25pm, 3:00am, Bt30sai. 6:45am, 8i30pm 10i40pro. Wjlb its wii rails y. i.iCx t liii ul I the f prififfreii cities in OMythoma and ,vTyxas, the Katy Lines can serve iyOU best, either "-as a traveler or as a shipper of freight. mm about farm, berths and uny desired travel Information unn, Tirlcet Agent, Tulta, Okla. Tnlaa and Bpringfleld store-, rinm erly Run I nder One Management tu Be para te, Dan Hunt, for years a member of the firm of the Hunt-Rtddlck oom pany, operating IiIk department stores Bt Springfield, Mo., and Tulsa. Okla., has purchased the Interest of Mr. Rlddti k and is now sole owner of both stores. Mr. Hunt will continue to devote his personal attention to the Tulsa store init will make occasional trips to Springfield to look after the bus! DNMI there. Mr. Hunt ha recently erected a handSOme brick bulldlnu on South Main street and also owns u, splendid homo here, WATCH FOR THE WHITE WAGONS dop, and tried to Induce his owner to! for a small, i amount than the AmetvJ Belling a ie An American, while traveling in Scotland, saw a very fine shepherd sell him. "Wad ye lu takln' htm to America?" inquired the Sect. "es," replied the Ami rican. "I thmiKht as muckle," said the old man. "I couldna palrt wr Bruce." While they ware taiknie a. i English tourt-t came along. I . i ... . . m nun nau o'lereu. ion mill Ilic oU ....... 1 . I ..' . ..! .1... ," ... . 1 .V - Scot; I said I couldna palrt wi him. Itruce II he l ack In a dny or two- i.tmioe a. i i.ntiiMi umium camu .1,00, , niuie 11 ,'e I'acr in a ua or iw and tiic owner sold the dog to liini , but he couldn't siui the Atlantic!