Newspaper Page Text
T Y ()
THH TULSA DAILY won START INSTALLING THE FAIR EXHIBITS aeroplane flights. They win be aero plane tin His Captain Word en would rathi r lurn flip flop In an aero plane a thousand or more feel from Moi In i- HSa rl h t ho n eat a i hh k n din r i r Mi. hnlr-ralelnu d ih I, INDUSTRIAL PARADE TO BE BIG AFFAIR ii Clotliin in GUARDS 11 in; ON ( 'onipnuy Others DUTY l;i V't'll I Mi ni Mli- i. Dun I Mil) So. in i ir IT OCCURS THURSDAY ID, T I' KS DAY. s E I'T I i i.'.umaun iu niv Mllf 11 tmnr . M B E R D 1 Mu rll Sin IVity Hi ew I hi h ( h)t'us ( ir I iiimls: i dim i plant Tim: U Main and r : i I N'tillliUK IKtngt-rXMlN Will Nil licppati'd uiulsoiuc r Prizes. Friday Lisl UK' Will Msl !' I'lii v. Ik Try this easy way to clear your skin with Resi nol Soap ll.iilic your face f' tt eral mlnutei with Retlnol Soap and warm wateri working the creamy lather Into the I in gently with the finger-tip. Then wash off with mi re Retlnol Soap and warm water, finishing with a dash f dr.ir cold water to close the pores, Do this once or twice a day, and you will be astonished how quickly the healing, antiseptic Resinol medication soothes .'mil cleanses the pores, re mi i s pimples and l!.u kheads, and leaves the complexion dear, (resli and elvety, K the skin is in l.ul condition through neglect or an unwise use o cosmetli s, apply a little Resinol Oint ment anil let it remain on ten min utes in f. .re the final washing with Resinol Snap. Retlnol S...ii is not artificially colortd, it rich bnmti l.ting tntirely ilut t.. thi Rttinol balauna It contains. Si. 1.1 Lv .til dnisstati -'"-i dcalari la toilet K"iltt t .r tree Mmpla caka a tut trial ol Kcsitiol Ointnwat, write Dapti l-P, Raainol, Baltimore, Md. '). i. ions httvt prescribed Resinol Oiniment for over twenty years in tlie treatment of thin and scalp affections. - i Sate Conduct for Money Without risk or worry you may send 6ums of any size any distance by WESTERN UNION The cost is as little as the time it takes is short. The protection, perfect. Full information at any Western Uni6n Office. THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO. Suultitr.t I'nii. ir On llnli A tin I nil ami i Kill in. Pa I I MI S Witter ii. i tnli It M M.I It Itl -III! ( liter lit il in clc II tl.l tint i i icina i i pnfualn ami the inetil ii largi toted Chilli vol building exhibit whh ii will be this Km. i had In dees ltH'Cl''H Home Morning, I me parade i ml what bah of .. ItCttl i IllthlFg" Sinn, inns I Mir lull, III I III' I II dun .1 II Now' iii. Time. ; tl yet. mii ore urged to call mi M i II It. Tel i mill an an t Hi n ii m 1 1 Mono) i . MANGO! I connection mn il-h Hit- ri Ivoil, I io ..ii the rnal cruiser t hi i tin 1 nterci Inter -t in riiuiit.v engthon III line. grand review ol ail I radea and pageants ot St ptembor l . : : ! Sj "Ha Profits Most Who Serves Itcst." YOU ARE INVITED TO MAKE THE NYAL QUALITY STORE near you your drug store. This model store wants you to become better acquainted with that quali ty which is a part of every trans action with its many patrons. Then you'll always look for this store distinguished by the green and yellow front. NYAL QUALITY STORE ! 8 w (!) a MAY BUILD A SHOE MANUFACTORY HERE HERE PERMANENTLY- ly le two pa there will be it he Durbar pa i Friday night, II. I mli i -hind. M large lady Mr Wi It, how doctor I don't feel it said tho patient. "I nl you take t recti .1 ? ' "V hut medlelni "Win, thai prei vt stt rday Didn't "' 1 1 mean that I ii i ii' t Know. ire you today' a bit better, trior, v . m u sa 01 .New i.tin-na be Selected as the Site. Will ripttt ga e mi w to n "Vis. Thai "I III I III. .11! the two dollars von el it filled?" of paper yon I HI lit Ollt " i i serlptlon." u receipt for H .1 1 :ltl il '1 know i hal itand his re u on," n it it. Definition. W ltd tilt Mi ll ng Tones. "There'll bi no dancing tonight," r. plied the host after a hasty Inspec tion of iin photograph cabinet. Why not?" Inquired the guest "Machine out of order?" "No. the machine's all right, but you know those ragtime records I had " "Yts, yes wii.it about them?" "flomcboddy left thera oul In the Mini tins afternoon and they melted Into tg time." vj Lai t Vllliui en to School Right l;il it lull lis) I h VOU1 school chi art ! tli vn ihouli iin M'lllt 'W II tt) tt'ii-iliilil v equipped with (101 S not end liv sending tin-in tt ho .'Hill lv at tl in r hi food nli W I III I'll uouri net tl enei:j?j ; the rijrhl kind and lots of it. Ai Grape-Nuts food made from u In ai of, Potash, etc. values in luiild lionphau her fooi am (gro barley w 1 1 in bodv. contains the ital the grains) which brain and nerves, mineral salts directly act with Statistics prove thai much f the "backwardness'! of some children is in faulty nourishment, scnoi will morning and the oiri'ess in lll of Gn iackward p sounder il "I--vsi Nuts i . The ami in Irani l titter Dei i mental lie s good alike foi lsthe nutrition; dtli becausi the the bright former ol it. There's a Reason" for Grape-Nuts sold by Grocen everywhere, PROJECT UNDER WAY, lEIVIPTY HOUSES Phone 118 Nichols Transfer & Storage Co. We have the litr'eat Moving Vuns in the city ami can store goods cheaper because we pay no rent. There are thlrty-tWO reasons for giving core to the teeth, und you carry them In your bead, t; I teeth means good health, poor teeth causes Indigestion and stomach trouble. We give you a bonded guarantee with all work. Three graduate Dentists, who have stood the test, are employed here, Money-saving prices for 30 days; Teeth, without plates S.YOO Ludwlg Double Suotlon Plates 5.M ..ii 'rowns, extra heavy S-l.oo Bridge Work, per tooth, SJt.oU nml up. White ciowns s i no Painless Extraction 50o We Arc Sleep Vapor Specialists. EXAMINATION FUEE. ii per cent discount to all union men ami (amille. Cut t iiis out and bring this to the office, it Is worth'! 1.00 on $io.ou worth of dental work. m : . jeftwUi iSSSMBSS New York Painless Dentists I'll! NB 3740. OVER RENBERQS 116U SOUTH Main Convenient Train Service lompany Will Build Bun galows and Furnish Live Stock, Either Tnls.i or New Taneha, sit nated between this city und Bapulpa, in the no distant future will have a shoe factory employing at least i i n hundred persons, provided ne negotiations now under way do not miscarry. O. C. Graves of St. Louis, who recently bought the New Taneha property, accompanied by several cap italists from Massachusetts who are interested In the slim' business, was in 'l'uis. i yesterday. They consulted with E. O, Tllburne. secretary of the Cham ber of Commerce, and other mem bers of that oriranlsatlon, with a view toward securing Inducement to their lihriit In his elty. If unsuccess ful they will :' to New Taneha, whiell will be on the proposed Interurban line from tins city to Bapulpa. in addition to erecting the only shoe manufactorj in Oklahoma, it la Mr. raves' intention, according to Mr. Till. ni ne, t. ere. I a bungalow for each of MS employes, After that he will furnish all families, members of which are employed In the manufactory! with one fow and sixty chli kins. Pew Of the Kind. In Kansas there Is only one shoo manufactory, in Texas there is none. Therefore, it Is argued that a factory of the kind Iii Oklahoma will have an enormous business from the beginning. Practically till shoes sold In this sec- Hon Of the country rome from the large eastern centers, although there are some grades which are manufac tured m st. Louis. s..im mnl' ago Mr Graves, who is among the foremosl business men of st Louis, wrote to the leading banks and manufacturers of this eit. ask ing them their candid opinion of a shoe manufacturing proposition here. .t..st ol these communications were turned over to Mr. Tllburne for reply. but several wenl direct to Mr, Graves rrom me persons to whom he has written. As a result of this correspondence Mr. Graves cam. tn Tulsa. Later he I Investigated the New- Taneha prop erty, upon which he determined to erect his manufactory, provided he was unable to, secure suitable sites or ilitlm i incuts in Tulsh. it is the intention of the Cham bet of Commerce to make every ef fort to secure the manufactory for Tulsa, although il js realized that Its erection at Nan Taneha win greatly aid this city, following completion of the propositi interurban railroad bet wet n Tulsa and Bapulpa. ,lt is probable the question will he considered during the next meeting of directors, nml it is 3,000 ATTEND BIG COLLINSVILLE FETE Lain ir Day Celebration Best in Bistory tit' the Smelter Town. Speelsl to TIip World, COLLINSVILLE, Okla., Sept. 6. The greatest Labor day celebration In the history of the city was held here today under the auspices of the Business Men's league. tin account of the large number of men employed In the Smelters the unions are uniia. build I ua"y strong and a erowd of fully nine inousanii people attemleil the program. The laboring nu n turned OUt to the last one In order to make the festivities successful. Besides the parade, entertainments were given during the day by four ladies' societies ami other organiza tions, The program which given in the afternoon was well arranged The Reverend Jeffreys delivered the invocation, and Doctor Buster asked benediction, The flag-raising was an inspiring spectacle in which IL' old soldiers, five confederates and seven "hues in blue" saluted the flag for what probably will be tin lasi time, The immense flag, 16x24 feet, was h. night with pennies called by Mrs (Sates and Flossie Maxwell Prof. . Pettlt, superintendent of schools, was the principal speaker of the occasion. A touching oration was ais.. delivered by Rev. .. D. Burton, sixth ..ops. one Hundred and Twenty-fourth division of the one Hundred and sixtieth tiiiio regiment, who is II years of age and by whom not many more speeches will he made. Music f...r the entire day was fur nish. . I by a special 4 S-piece band, directed by Prof. J. n. Moyer, Mov ing picture concerns were on hand and took pictures of. the big parade and celebration and also views of the smelti r town. estbount Lv, Tubs Ar. Ostler Ar. Jrnnins Ar. CuslliniJ Ar. (jutlitir Ar, A i Ar, Ar. Pars. ins A'' Crianule Ar. luU Eastbound Lv. Tulsa Ar. Mussoges Ar. McAleiler Ar. Denison Ar. Dallas Ar. Ft. Worth Ar. San Antonio Ar. 1 1. .ustcn Daily: l:20m, 2:4Sm. 3;81tm. :42im. 1 !').U")U1M. Oklahoma Cilv 7i06tm. Bartlttvilia 5:30 am. Coffeyvilla 6:33am. 7: Wain. iUOom. '10:30am. D , ":()0ani. lliOBam 8: 15am, 12:40pm. 8:59am. Ii47pm, i):"0ai. 2:40pm, BlOUpm. 4:59pm. 5:30pm. 6t38pm. 7:48 pm. Servic that 8 With its owli rails vrc.nhinii all the :; prijidfoii cities in U1 til ho in a an J ines can serve s I ivou nest, tuner 1 1 a ally: 5:00am, 5:07pm 7:00am, 7t20pm, 0:25am. 1128pm, 12:48pm. 3t00sm. 6:18pm. !):3(),m. K:(Kinn. 6:48am. 7:48am, 8130pm, 8:20am. 10:40pm. Daily setpt Snnrlny Auk for iaformation atiout fares, berths and any desirivi travel information F. W. Dunn, Ticket Agent, Tulan, Okla. 'as a traveler or as a shipper of freight. of the aid net w 'I Improbable be taken. that di flint nc n Mfnrdcn rtirer; I- Imstcd. SM'W HILL, Ma. Sept. I. Levin r Robinson, his irtfe and Alonso Redden, ii farmhand, were sh..t and killed by frank UrHtio at Itohinson's fnrtn near lure today. QrMIO was arrested on the road to ftnon Mill where lie was going to give lilnis. If up. he said. Jealousy of Mrs. RobtDSOfl was glw-n as the cause of the tunic mnr. tltr. The Greatest Labor Day in Tulsa Annals (Continued From Page One.) and your acts It Is niy belief that .11 linn ,.iss out of 111 the maioritv of the men who walk out on a striko do not understand the matter fully until they are out. They won't think for themselves. The first thing they usually do is to strike and then In desperation will send for a state officer to help them out. in niany cases, after talking the matter over, the mate officer would never have oroerea me sinKe, .Men, jrou stmpl) must think Sober Judgment and unbiased views nre what me re quired lit all times. Theic- are so mam outside interests seeking to dlseredl' organized labor. "You can't expect to broaden out If you give yourselves to indiffer ence. I doubt If there are onr-fouith of you in your places at lodge on meeting nights und at incctiuga of the central committee, The work always as ami apparently always will fall upon the shoulders of a few. out of a total of two hundred unions there I Were less than oil per cent represented I at the last state Federation of iihor convention. I cannot explain what made this condition possible, hut it u v. nevertheless, deplorable ami un i pardonable, "There Is so much of petty Jealousy ami craft hate in evidence In many Union louges. Make your union a union in. deed as well us' word, anil got together instead of breaking your lodge up into 'Various (actions and col. ries. You will find Interna strife I" be jrour Worst enemy. It is en tirely an Individual proposition. "Read your - own periodicals .nml papers. There Isn't an editor of a labor Journal and paper in the cotin try that isn't loyally starving to death. When .the papers conic in hulk to the lodge room they nre merely thrown on the table and eventually find their way unread into the waste paper basket. I don't know what you men do with the papers you get at your homes, but 1 sincerely hope that you r. nl them. I can cite you nun to no better example of calm, cool, deliberation than that of our president. W oodrow Wilson, in his dealing with both the Mexican and Buropean situations." Mr. Ashton kit immediately after his address fur Bapulpa, where he was scheduled to utldresg the Union men. Woman Speaker, .ins vt canny i:son. Known as mother of the carpenters'" union, was the last speaker on the proi?ratii. llir introduction WAS the signal 'or ar. Immense outlaw st of applause, she said In pari i "I am for the laboring people bc rausc they arc my people, i believe hat v t have the hest class of skilled and unskilled labor in tho country right here In Tuii. To mo this is r ue of the gre.itest days of the year. because it Is the day when employer ami employe can get together. ' The rankest injustice possli.le was heaped upon Tulsa enrpenters when I the school joh wus given the out- siiit rs. Today my husband, who is a carpenter, found it necessary to leave the city. In. order to find work. I 'don't rudieve these people who tell me we nre the most prosperous pen. Pie on sarth, It Is a poor prosperity Indeed that is not self-evident. It Is not u prosperity for the working class 1 know. "Tho strike and boycott are the hest weapons plat ed in the hands of you unionists. Labor Is the only thing with n price on today." alia. lison ulso depleted the cm- DR. MOFFETPTS TEETHINA TEETHING POWDFRS run. DiiujiTioNs in each nox wit Cholera Infantum, Dysentery Cholera Morbus, Worms Diarrhoea and Constipation. WRITE FOR OUR FREE MOTHER'S BOOK " Au1 1 the Hiiby C. J. MOFFETT MEDICINE CO. ST. LOUIS, MO. HORLICK'S The Original MALTED MILK Unless you say HORIIGK 5 ' you may got a Substitute. t ployment of children hy large corpor ations, iier talk was well received by the big crowd. Athletic Con testa, Following the speaking music was furnished by the big band and nn Interesting series of' nthlctic events staged Which occupied the attention of the throng for. the balance of the afternoon. The events were nil' hotly eontestetl and Mie rivalry keen. Prizes were offered to the successful contestants hy Tulsa merchants. The swan song for the big day came in the shape of a grand hull given in the evening at convention hall. The grand march was il t tho uueen nnd her royal attendant An Immense erowd was In attend ance. The unanimous verdict of Ttilss i union labor element Is, "It was th greatest und. btst ever." .