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Tulsa daily world. [volume] (Tulsa, Indian Territory [Okla.]) 1905-1919, September 05, 1915, MORNING EDITION, Image 5

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Till' TULSA DAILY WOULD, BUND AY,
Wake -UP-
io - morrow is
Trades Dzg
8 mm
Ail
i ( mm mm. 'Sir
B B P T K KB EH B i 1 V 1 !
FIVE
Laboring Men and Their Families Can Trade to Advantage With
THE FIRMS LISTED BELOW
Wake -UP!
to-morrow is
Trades Dqg
KAHN'S
"The Big First Street Store"
SAVES THE LABORING MAN AND
EVERYONE ELSE MANY DOLLARS
Because this store buys for cash and sells for cash -and
prices are always a third less than elsewhere, while the
quarters are the very best.
Fall Styles arc Complete in Every Department
Our Men's and Boys' clothing for Pall cannol be dupli
cated in style range, quality nor lowness of price convinc
ing proof of this fact can be had by viewing the displays.
Fall Styles in Ladies' Ready-To-Wear
New Suits, Dresses, Skirts and Waists, in nil their
beauty fine materials, wonderful range t' styles, and
- priced at
ONE-THIRD LESS THAN OTHER
STORES ASK FOR SAME QUALITY.
The styles are so varied as to defy individual descrip
tion, hut we want you to come and view them.
Fall Footwear oi Sterling Worth
This store carries the largest stock of shoes for Men.
Women and Children in Tulsa all standard makes. Let
us show you Shoes that others ask from one-third to one-half
more in price.
KAHN'S
THE STORE THAT BUYS AND SELLS FOB CASH.
15 EAST FIRST STREET
Tulsa Labor Day Celebration
Monday, September 6, 1915
10:00 A. M. Grand parade of all Labor Unions, headed by mounted police, city officials
ami hand. Miss Frances McCartney, Labor Daj Queen, ami her maids will
be in the royal float immediately behind the hand. The following young ladies
will act as escorts to the Queen: Miss Zoe Qainbill, Musicians & Stage-workers
union; Miss yula Magee, Plumbers; Miss Pansy Thomas. Typographical; Miss
London. Carpenters; Miss I rut Brown, Painters; Miss Harrington, Electrical
Workers; Miss Leonard Payne, Bakers. Following the parade everyone is in
vited to Owen Park.
1:00 P. M. Speaking at Owen Park. A representative of the city will be one of the
orators. The speaker of the day will be W. 0. Ashton of Oklahoma City, state
commissioner of labor,
There will be a number of contests, with substantial prizes for the winner
of each.
9:00 P. M. Grand Ball at Convention Hall. Grand March, led by the Labor Day tti n.
The Labor Day Committee:
R, ('. Street, marshal of the day; G, E. Warren, general chairman; A. B. Dugger, finan
cial secretary; W. F. Maxwell, treasurer; .lames Flynn, chairman finance committee ; Lon
Thomas, chairman advertising committee; i. B. Warren, chairman speakers' committee;
S. A. Daly chairman grounds and concessions committee; E. W. Henshaw, chairman
music committee.
THE GLOBE
' 'Outfitters for Men"
YOU KNOW us
Kuppenheimer Clothes,
Regal Shoes, No Name Hats
"NUF SED"
Economy is the
Road to Wealth
$11
Tailored to
Measure
$17
Clothes are economical ;nil all-satisfying. They
are the world's lowest priced quality clothes
ttiatlr to order
Suit
$ 1 7
O'Coat
No Extra Charges
We have on display this fall and winter fabrics and styles over "
of the finesl woolens for Suits and Overcoats.
You are invited to l"k over this splendid line. Every pattern is
worth more money, and will cos! you more if you purchase elsewhere.
$17 TAILORING CO.
Across From the Empress Theater. 16 West Third Street.
ATTENTION!
LISTEN!
Men and Women, who wear small
or medium-sized shoes: Jusi received
1.0(H) pairs, samples r high-grade
Bhoes; nil well-known makes.
Not a pair worth less than $4.00,
and manj of them worth $5 and $6.
The nicest !t we have ever picked
up for
$2.50 to $2.85
Come early,, pick oul a pair, buy
tlicm or have us put them away for
yen. It will pay you.
PICKERING'S
Sample Shoe Store
Second Floor Robinson Arcade Bldg.
EXCLUSIVE STYLES FOR
FALL AND WINTER AT
LEWKOWITZ Sample Store
NEW SUITS
In all popular materials
and shades, fur and
braid trimmings. The
coat ro:r.e wall the new
box hack.
NEW COATS
in pl'ish with fur and
broadtail trimming; also
doth toa:5 in ylain and
fancy mixtures
NEW DRESSES
In .Uid taffct.is, al-o
silk ami itr-ft eotabUue
ti.ms in iilai'U and nolid
colon.
NEW WAISTS
In (JportCf'tt Cftpt B'1
Crtpt 1" Chin. Ion
ItCTH and daintily
trimmed.
NEW
MILLINERY
I.arife and Mnall
shapes in velvet and
plush, also satin and
velvet ..-oiubinatinni,
great variety of trim-
1
For the, benefit "ur
customer", wlm !-av had
trouble n being prop
erly fitted we have,
taken the agenry for
the
CELEBRATED W. B. COB8ET8.
TEWKOWITZ
M-d SAMPLE STORE
SKCOND FliOOH IiOBINSOX ARCADE
Third and Main St.
SHANNON'S
The Most
Logical Place to
Buy Furniture
Because here no Favor
itism is shown. Every
one's dollar has the
same purchasing power.
Everything in Furniture That
Is Good Quality
SHANNON'S
J4-l WEST SKCON'l)
BICYCLES
To make room for new designs
that are coming we will sell these
wheels at the following prices
31(1.00
iu
Down
and
$9.50
l Week
$35.00
$30.00
$25.00
$22.50
$20.00
Wheels $30.00
Wheels $25.00
Wheels $20.00
Wheels $19.00
Wheels $17.50
OUR GUARANTEE GOES
WITH EACH WHEEL
M. C. HALE, HDW.
107 South Main Street
Big Reduction on All Our Trun ks,
Suit Cases and Bags
FIBRE SUIT CASES
75c
C1 O C
V I .si J
$1.75
t'UHlH li.r
fl 50 Suit
CuKCI fur
$3 r.ii Suit
CftMfl fur
2,50
u vTiir.it si i r .i i i i n Mint;
CASES II M lit.s
$2.50 $3,50
sun oq cn aO.UU
m tor spjiuu open
it pc nn pOiJU
for V JiUU i ' ml, in. ill, ,n
$6.00 !""" $5.75
$H.0() Sll
$11.01) Suit
Cams tot
SQUARE DEAL CLOTHING STORE
NORTH MAIN'.
PHONE 194,
Don't Mi- 1 1..- Place .in-t IcroM tin- Frtaco Trucka
ALLANS
"SATISFACTION" IS OUR SUCCESS
Will Open on or About
OCTOBER FIRST
With a Complete Line of
Up-To-Date
FURNITURE, RUGS,
DRAPERIES, ETC.
The tormer courtesies and liberal treatment
will be extended to my old friends and patrons.
ALLAN'S
201-203-205 E. SECOND ST. PHONE 2737

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