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THE TTL8A DAILY WOBLD, THURSDAY, BKPTEMBEB 2'.. 1 I 1 5
DON'T FORGET TO ATTEND MEETING K ' Ii'UmI 1 - I t i v II I: C IH-lrc II; CAMPAIGN LAUNCHED COAL MINERS IN A SORT Or LOVE FETE 1 1 1 W ill V,t Be Settled by HARMONY PREVAILS I I I, Other si. I.. Headily 1 v'' If foot torture robs your walks of pleasure It's time for you to find what thousands of our cus tomers have found iu the Red Cross Shoe complete release from this great bugbear without sai nfice of footwear Btyle, ( om ! iii todaj . Choose that model In the losssiioc I Inmson, ihe man ding H In 11 I Mi sl i s I i IM'KI s IIMII A I I r mi,. bow n riM n i ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 In-llliil II11-, Mailt- Itiiiml sirnii - sun i- i.n-i ear. n Btate I'uiiK nf Afton ii hiimiIi growth Mini' iimI its mi rMe in r i, ,ii Us da- in- rrinurkutdi itl.HliliT Your Nerves Tingle With New Vitality Kellotfp'd BtnitOM Waleis Fill Your Mind With Joy ami Help to Vitalize New Vim and Vigor Into Your Body. 50 CENT BOX FREE. i. I nerve llko itnnl I lAar.hr i Irons ami vlgon im, Killings . Huullons w,lf' 1 i l" la I" mill I Hull., iii , iiiiiiiiiiu elm if you aru in rv raegi i "' I I i ii mi l your In. ii.H .' flu 10 tiiink you're. dead one." tuu fT 0M retired from tin1 inii wiih i i u 1 1 v acceptable to iii. ince committee In rum -if T ii Llpps "i Bridgeport, ins Kpurlin i.r Thurbor, Texas; owing "f I lennlng. Ark,! 1 1. R Mil., i ,,i .i. nnj Mnd, .mi- . and .1 H. rii us of Lehigh i tkla, I II 1 1, ItllNlllCHM I Tin. convention proper will have I mill' huslncss to transact until the grievance committee .reports, width iviii prnhalilj Ho' fust of nexl wei ii Pn iii' in ttanraty, W. .1 Drake ..i l low and Hiimui I Phillip nf i !oal gate both membera "f the dlatrtct executive board Pete Btewarl of Hartford, Ark., former district presi dent, and Webb Covington t Port Smith, ittornej foi Ho- union, are :i!l Included in the llsl ngnlnsl whom , ii 1 1 kos he e been lodged. Win n 1 1 "ii ention com oned Wednesdaj morning delegates mteti Instructions to ihe sergeants ;it arms to search all delegates for firearms delegati . returned to 1 in- n.-iii no trims whu I. gives just the Btnai l appearance you want your foot to hove. Then Btand in it, walk in it. You will notice a marvelous difference in the ease with which it "bends witli your foot," in its utter freedom from burning and binding. Prices: $4, $4.50 and $5. A few styles, $6. Lyons 1 Shoe Store I I H South Main St. Tulsn, Oklahoma Exclusive Agents Trada Mai,. j COMMUNITY SING TO BE HELD TUESDAY ll ;i i ll Kreisor Will IMay ffair Postpoued 'roni Durbar. FIRST OF THE KIND ocas BIG GET-TOGETHER BY HIGH SCHOOL T ( M Time Hones Will Be Sung; At siou Is Free, I 1 1 iMii- 'eisae'i Bsaliias w.frr m.i,. y,.u Act Llk I It,,, V rrl J.l Llko Jumping Ovrr it I'.tue. v M i A. gel .together i i i . .... n .it re nurd, ,l tinn I., promised. Announcement was made yesterd that tin' Edward Kretser pipe organ ret Ital ami comuiunltj sing, postponed from last wiiU ntt account f con flicting Durbar events, will ! held .it ' Convention hall on Tuesday night, Kntertaiinneiil I- Heheuuled September as. i ins win unquestinnauiy oe otii' ot i lor nit' i, M. . -. tne greatest puuuc musical troats ever altoi'ili'il I ills. ins and pioli.tl, will iiilillli"' lOlllDI'lOW, attract manj out of town people i .Mr. Kreisei is one or tnr nations first community sing ever held in Ihe southwest. The same program thai was scheduled for Wednesday night of Durbar week win be rirrini nut. The i tponement "f the affair was' caused i i weather conditions, which in. i.li it iir, i-Mti to h,,iil ,,iu ,,r tlu big parades on the sunn nlghl that .tin' sing was to have been held, I Prominent music lovers of the city I h oi- been trvins for several days to get Mr Krelser's consent to come to inisa tins ii,, ,niii. tint not until yes terday iitii iir aceepl the Invitation definitely, iiai the irgan Means, Tii.it an even) of surh magnitude aiul artistic i.il ,.m In- held in Tulsa .In refreshments will be Is t u' i" tlw f.nt that this city has a ii during thf evening, and tin' Municipal convention hall and a mu- will atli-n,! Hi.- MwiniinliiK meet , iil l t'.i l i'i t'K.m Order by Phone Order by Mail Ufa ImIx'sIon Table Mats, ;i haj niy. Assorted hIzoh, ii nt in,- regular, today at 5a Japanese Garden, All iin- necessary bridges, houses, trees, etc., a .in pains,' Garden. Box ;o pieces priced at :ti'. figures, to iniikn of Hi o ui lend I i n (Masses ni 10c, i patterns t,, choose from. All le ilgns, llegular $ i on w DUl i mzin glasses lOe. to I, 'III ll in- I nnnu'lnd Double Roaster 19c, Round shape, may enameled, double Roaster, 1:1 Inches wldo; regu .11 59e, today at 89c, Water Qobleta at Bo. 1 las 1 (lobes at To, 1 lah Mops .it le See Our Sew Dinner Patterns, ii 11 it Uht in tin Free 50c Box Coupon I KM OOQ CO . BaffSUstSt Blork SattU Oraak, Mi,h hool . M assured s Is now two 0 tn it in the 1 Ins r.ir, :i ml The organ- yearn 1 - in t In high il, being the first ever laatlsfaotory dat Mr. Kreiser dedicated the pipe or Ban mil 1 1 not only in love with the Instrument, hut ts exceeding!) fold of Tutss for that nason lie reailllv aar 1 to participate in the communi ty sine as soon ns he rouhl nrl.-el it KATYBRAKEMANIN SERIOUS ACCIDENT Grant Lucas Palls Train; W ill Lose Lower Limb. Cndei One tit mi in uMo li s Find Episode 01 Dfoxn 1 hum Tin Mill 1 1 I I U I' I MI'ltEHS 1 1 1 1 formed m Oklahoma The fust year a 1 M t gratifying t" in exponents and ihe personnel of us offtcara give promise of being even more so this winter, Although there is now a Y. tit. C A building in Tulsa, the high School will in!it!ni:e its organization ami win ... operate with the larger I.- " lation, Miti mi 1 1 11 in 1 roiiTXTJro. raiiiie,. Vfton Osrried h'k tn surance in- rirsi itss. 8p 1 la Tha Worts, AI T. '.N. OklS., Sep: it. J, K. Hell, 11 well-to-do farmer, who lives five I miles northeast of Afton, lost a fine mule the first of this week, when It was struck lightning, Mr. Ball I carried Insurance on his stock and I says thai he has always done eo, but thai this is the first time that ho baa ) anj stock by being struck 'b iiirh'iitns 1 mi lium airs will predominate on the program Following the organ re cltal the audience win participate in the slnglnr of folk songs and hymns with which everyone Is familiar. I II VNKfl PROM MRS, Dl II 1 Ippreelatea oru of Praise Iboui Her Durbar Oonecptlon, The following letter W is received by The World yesterday from Mrs. l'e ll.ncn. the local florist: To the Editors of Tulsa Dally World i;t int Lucas, brakaman in the local at., K. gt T railroad yaids, was so. rionsly injured about 3:1" o'clock yes. terduy afternoon when tie fell under the wheels of u train. The accident i" cut ted at the Intersection of Madi son avenue and the M.. K. & T. tracks While the switch engine was handling SOmS empty cars from the Midland Valley tracks. The train was hack ing slowly. Lucas ran bablnd the list Car to adjust the coupling and trlppeu over the rail. Before he could es- Cape the Wheels had passed over hlin. i 'tie leg was mi hrulsed that It will have to he amputated and the man w .is Injured In sev eral other places. ne was i.ikcn lo a local hospital and Dear Sirs: i wish to heart!!) thank I was reported to he in a yon for your very kind Words of pralst ior ins literary ertort in Ihe wa of floral tie, orations for the Dufbaf parade Wonts of appreciation cer tainly do. help a lot especially com ing from the source these came from, ami I cannot resist the temptation to till you and to thank you again Sincerely otirs for a greater and hotter Tulsa. jojjL-ruiNE r. DE BsWKK. verv critical condition last night. Tt Is not known whether he suffered any internal in juries or not. Lucas is a new man in Tulsa, having come lure recently from his home in Parsons, Kan. lie Is unmarried and has a father ami mother. Mr. and Mrs. '. A. Lucas, living In Parsons. The father, who Is a Conductor on the M K A T. was iminedlaieh notified of the accident. I Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction" PUBLIC SALE OF A. C. JACOBSON'S $20,000 NEW FALL STOCK InrlnHincr thf vprv latAt mnHolc in I ' x-.a. j "iiViM 11JVUV10 111 Ladies' Fall Suits, Coats, Millinery, Shoes for the family, Ladies' and Men's Furnishings, Notions and 10,000 other articles. TO BE THE MERCANTILE SENSATION OF TULSA-THE UNIVERSAL VERDICT OF THOUSANDS OF SATISFIED CUSTOMERS IS THAT THIS SALE IS GENUINE. It s sheer extravagance on your pari if you fail in investigate. You who are not too proud to suvl a dollar ill come to 112 Eas! Second Street TODAY and FRIDAY The following prices are quoted mi New Fall Merchandise, maN- specially for the Full and Winter season 1915-1916. LADIES SUIT DEPARTMENT. At $8.89, $9.75, $11.50, $12.98, $15.75, $19.75. We offer ii beautiful line of classy Pall Suits that are actually worth ami sold for $15, IU. $20, 1''"). $30 ami $35. COME TODAY FOR YOUR FALL SUIT. .Vote: These Suits are the newest of the Hew, most of them have not been in the house 48 hours. LADIES COAT DEPARTMENT. Muny come to look Price Makes Buyers of mi a inem ail We offer new Full and Winter Coats in the very latest models, including the fur trimmAd iilushes. Retail value $35. $30. $25. rti'l). i r ami $12.50. Todav and Frirlav mi aula D $4.98, $6.98. $8.90, $10.98, $12.98, $14.98 ami !pl6.tf8. Why not save tin or fifteen dollars on your coal ? THURSDAY AND FRIDAY Extra Special Bargains in All Departments. I, ailies' Kimonos. Bath Robes ami flnwns $2.00 value flanelette Kimonos, gnpeial ni 9Rr. ..".00 value Until Holies for men or ladies at M no $3.00 value enw Crepe Kimonos ul $1.48 -.) value new Crepe Kimonos ;it 79c toe value flanelette Gowns at 43c $1.25 value flanelette Gowns at 79c IOC flanelette I'ettleoats jit 3p,c MILLINERY DEPARTMENT. At 98c, $1.48, $1.90 New Fall Hats, vhIiics up to $:.on and $h00, SPECIAL SALE OF MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. Today and Friday. $1.25 ami $1.50 Gowns ami Combinations only 48c 35c Corset Covers ami Drawers at 15c $1.()U ami $1.25 Princess Slips ami Combina tions at 48c $1.00 Gowns ami Combinations at 39c LADIES WAISTS. New Fall Waists, regular $1.00 value at 39c $1.5(1 to $2.00 Waists nt 79c $2.50 Value Silk Waists at 98c $3.50 to $5.00 sill, Waists at .......... $1.98 CHILDREN S DRESS GINGHAMS. 500 New dills and Children! Dresses at QQr. AOn CO., 00 -WV WV Uil,, i?OC. from 75c up to $2.50. Va AT 10:00 A. M. TODAY 20 GRAND BARGAINS $..00 Suit Cases 75c $4.00 Boys' Suits $1.90 76C Overalls 39c 5e Fall I'mlerwear 39c $1.H) Men's Soft Shirts 33c $1.00 Umbrellas 29c $1.00 Union-made Overalls 69c $2.00 Men s Pants 89c 5Qe Work Shirts 25c 15e Ladies' or .Men's llo.se 7c 48c $1.00 Now Fall Corsets ".II,. CK11. . 11 in mate nose igc $-'.00 Com torts g8c Men's $1.00 Sweaters 39,, 10 so.uu worsted Pants .... $1.75 Men s 93.OO New .'ai Hats $1.75 Men s $2.00 New Fall Hats .......98c Men's $12.50 Fall Suits $4.93 troys' 91.00 Pants 48C J.". tl 1 SI t , , , .... av.vu .sew rail SKina $2.50 Unfair competitors attempt to mislead the nubile with Knttttoia 1 , si(,.i.- nun malicious simmer ate 01 no avan. xina jacooson s oanner reaaing PUBLIC SALE Then ask the clerks 11 11 s .imcodsou s si ore. NUMBER 112 EAST SECOND ST, Three doors oast of Traders and MSI door to C. O. ). (; roeerv.