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LB A DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, BBPTEMBBB 28, 191ft NIMH MOONLIGHT SCHOOL IN TOLSA COONTY ation Is Experimented With in District No. 17. . MORE WILL FOLLOW Ian lias Proven Success ful Elsewhere in ( louul ry. T Pleasant View school, I Hatrlct No. n, belong! the honor of estab lishing the flrat "moonlight school" In Tulsa county, W. a. VYhitlook is toucher, and, although the class lias , ust bean organised, it already boasts i membership of If puplla and many nore will enroll. Moonlight achoola are helm; nr ganlaed In all parta o( the country for the purpoae of eradicating llllt oracy In ao far aa possible. The stu tents, for the must part, arc thoae who have not or COUld not avail themselves of the opportunity of at ending achool when they were of school age. The matter of establishing "moon light achoola" throughout thla county was the subject of much discussion at ill teachers' institutes held this sum mer, and teachers were unanimous in the matter of establishing them In every district achoolhouae In Tulsa county. ( Miters to Follow . Now that the teachera have been at 1 Work for a couple of weeks getting their routine duties with their regu lar classes In shape, they arc turn Iuk their attention to organising the evening claaaea. it la tha prediction if fount. Superintendent H. w Max well that It will be only a matter of ii few weeks before "moonlight achool" claaaea will be held In nearly over) achool district in the county, of . hlch t here are 39. Onlj tin comomner studies are to be taught! principally the three r's reading' -ritln' and 'rlthmetlc, in many cases, where the ten hers urn themselves proficient, agriculture will be taken up and the rudlmenta ex- plained tO those who care to study It. Teachera of moonlight school claaae receive no pay other than their regular aalary for conducting and ti aching evening Superintendent Maxwell has a I k in his office such as is used by stu dents in these claaaea. In compoaltlon .it reaeinbles u primer used by begln Inera in grammar grades in the pub lic schools hut ts tactfully arranged BO as tO give the student a concise idea of grammar, spelling and compo sition. The author of the hook is Mrs. Cora Wllaon Stewart, founder of the so clety for prevention of illiteracy in the state of Kentucky, The hook is quite as new as the movement it has In stigated, bearing a 1816 copywrlght. in the school just established In the 17th district thoae to be started soon two sessions will be held week ly on Tuesday and Wednesday even- tllKS. Anyone can any school he is no tuition. LOAN COMMISSION i GOES TO CHICAGO V Train Upon Which FiiltUl cicere Leave Heavily Guarded. enroll as a student in may choose, and there Scheme Disclosed by Outside Paper (Continued from Page one.) NTW STORK, Si pi -7. -The fnal New Vork Central train, which left lore today for Chicago, with Uord I Reading, chairman of the Anglo French financial commlaslon, and three of ins associates, was Inspected and policed as never before when It rolled out of tin grand i ntral sta-1 lion this afternoon. The i imlealonera were hound for i Chicago, winie they are t nfer With eastern hankers ovi the tenta tive terms of the proposed half I'll- i lion dollar credit loan to Great Britain and France During their stay in thla city, mombi ra of the ci m nil: sion hae received threatening letters from persons hostile to the loan and the police have taken 1111- , usual precautions to guard them from harm. The train itself was under survoll ance from the no mem It wae made. Up, One car was set aside for the use of the commissi) n and tins coach j vas scrutinised more cloael) perhaps than any other. Every allele of furniture in this car was closely ex amined before the cur was thrown The contents of all oilier also were Inspected, the train had been made UP detectives went over the cars m the outside to make i dnnaeroua missile hud i Fashion's Requirements Gives that pearly white Complexion to much desired by the Women of Fashon. Gouraud't I Oriental Cream Wc will ml a complexion chamoli and book of Powder leaves for 15c. to cover cost of nulling and wrapping. At Druggists and Department Stores FKRD. T. ilOPKINS c SON. Prope. 1 S7 Oreal Jotii-s St., Ni'W York City act" tO get out and "vote more houda ! to keep Muskogee from being wiped off the map," but Voting honds is iust what has put Muakogee where .she is, and how on earth any sane person can hope to better conditions j by adding more burdens of the same kind is hard to understand. It Is not a i au k of manufacturing gas that has i "put a crimp" in Muakogee, but "too much taxes." The fact Is that every 'town that has none out to "build up" on a "cheap gaa" slogan in Oklahoma land elsewhere "lias sown to the wind land reaped the whirlwind." Tin si arc points brought out in the paid advertisements in the local I papers by the solid business men of Muakogee who have not been taken I off their feet and who hav e carefully 1 investigated and thought over this i pas bond scheme. The WOrat blOW that could possibly happen to Muakogee will be to vote these honds and if they carry every citizen In Muakogee who Uvea to sec its full fruition will realize it after I It is too late. part of th open, coaches After railroad i an fully fr sure that n been secreted in any train. All paasengers boarding the train paaaed detectives who scrutinized them and their baggage cloaely. information as to the precautions was refused by a representative of the. railroad tonight, but it was re ported, without confirmation, that the elaborate plans for recuring the com mission's safety while on the way to Chicago were taken at the suggestion of a member of the firm of P, Mor gan & Co.; the fiscal agenta In this country of Great Britain and (Prance. Hurrah! Not a corn left, Nab-It did it Dul it QUICK and did it Without causing a moment's pain or inconvenience. A moment oto my corns ached like sixty. Now I haven't a pang and mv lert fetl like they did when 1 was a bat foot boy. That's what NAB IT dul for me in just a jiffy. It lakes off callouses just as easily. Buy it St your ditiK store 25 rents but you'll say it's worth $1. l-'or -hIc h Rexall Drug Store, Dr. A. Parker Pr.r Co., Cbiuft (Today's and Wednesday's Bargain Bulletin at The Great Public Sale Store Opens at 8 a. m. Sharp 1 Name Receivers for Katy Railroad (Continue!1 from Page One). Mountain, the St. Louis and San Fran cisco and the "Ivnty." Two Creditors Keaoiutlblc. The order throwing the Missouri. Kansas iV- Texas, the Kansas corpora tion, into the hands of a receiver, wua sinned jointly by Circuit Judge liner n Adams ami Dlatrlct Judge i' Dyer. lines 3. u. here two Have your house wired the modern way before Edison Day Your old home may easily be wired to give you and your family all the many conveniences of electricity. Inexpensively, quickly and without trouble, dirt or disorder our expert workman will wire your house " The Modern Way." Have it done now then you too can join in with Millions of other American homes in celebration of EDISON DAY. October 21st is the 36th anniversary of the invention of the incandescent lamp. Welcome it with the bright, white brilliance of Edison Mazda Lamps Mad in U. S. A. and backtd by MAZDA Service EDISON MAZDA LAMPS are the nearest approach to day light ever discovered. They are a wonderful advance over the old-style carbon lamps thpy give three times the light without increasing the cost of current. And you can buy EDISON MAZDAS ir. just the size you need for the light you need. A request on the 'phone will bring our representative to tell you how slight the cost of wiring your house in "The Modem Way" will be. Public Service Company of Oklahoma Phone 2772 The order affecting the Texas was algned by Dlatrlct .indue l Meek of I 'alias. The receivership order filed was issued on I he petition of creditors the Railway steel Spring company of New Jereej and D. I1 HU88ey of St. Louis, who had a claim of $135,000 for ties aii I equipment. The order lasued In Texas was granted on the petition of Mr. tiuaaey, acting for himself and other creditors The railway company tiled an SO" swer to the petitions here, consenting to the appointment of a receiver and admitting the alienations of the peti tions as to the Inability of the road to meet obligation already matured. The answer of the railway Company consented to the appointment of a r -celver on condition that the court in atruct him to comply with the terms of an order issued by the dlatrlct court if Montgomery county, Kansas. This order was issio d after a com promlae had been reached by the rail way and the state of Kansas in a sail of the latter to force the railroad to maintain its general offlcea and ahopa in Kansas. Maintain orrne- at Parsons. Under the terms of the Kansas OOtirt order, already can o d into ef fect, c rtain of the gi neral offices and shops are to he maintained at Par sons, Kan. At present the operating offices of the railway are .it Par aona and the traffic and general ex- eCUtlVO offices an in St. UoutS. The ref' re nee to this point in the anawer of the railway company indicates, it is thought, that the receivers will con tinue the present arrangement, The receivership suit was filed by agreement with the directorate of the railroad' The failure of the holders of I960, face value of $19,000,000 outstanding two-year 6 per cent notes to consent to an extension for one year at li per CI nt brought about the decision of the railway management PRAISE FROM MINISTER'S WIFE Tells of Her Long Suffering and How she Found Belief. Hub band Joins in Commend ing C&rdui. Wayneavllle, n. Pry. wife of the 1 C Mn aator "f Joseph Jonathan circuit, Western North Carolina Con ference, M. B, Church South, writes: "About 1899, about fifteen yru.s ago, 1 had a severe case of Typhoid I ever and a relapse, which left me in a very had condition, w hich got worse all the time. Was so nervous, could not stay in the room alone for five minutes, and i was Irregular. . Mv nervousness was an awful worry to me and my friends, and 1 Couldn't Sleep for four or five niulils at a time. The doctors would often have to lilvo mc something to make me sleep . . Could do none of my work an i had to keep a ( k. 1 then began taking Cardul ami after I had taken half a bottle 1 felt I was Improving and not so very long afterwards I was able to go to church . . . After I had taken four or five bottles, I was aide to turn off my COOk and do my own Work, and I got back my correct mental condition, for 1 had been so nervoua and absent minded, sun e my Illness . i was also able to return to school and resume my 'Holies and my piano lessons a Trinity College where l was in at tendance." Rev. Mr. Pry writes "She cannot praise Cardul too highly, it is well worth what it costs. 1 will recom mend it to any lady In ""r hea th. ' Can von iloiiht the merit of Car dul, in the face of such evidence? Give it a trial. All good druggists n il Cardul. Into the courts tn of Individual suits in a disintegration to throw the road pi t vent the fihnc that mi'-iit result of the system. The tWO-year note issue to the ex tent of i(z'i nun. mm was authorized by he directors, hut only $lH,00U,miU of these notes wi re sold. Hideous Inferno Smoke and Flames (Continued Prom Page one. 1 IS West Thin! A y fw aTgiTfgrT n wi vL I I w PF.nPTRS ICE CO. i ilrfLJio ft Vni Furl JT H IV 1 Yot: Feel Clean and Refreshed! after a bath with u muc 4AP REUSE Soap because its "bubbly" lather has opened and thoroughly cleansed the Jyj "tinale" of per WfP feet cleanliness. bath with this pure soap is a joy and makes the day's work easier. VOUR DEALER SELLS IT beggars description. The life loss ma) ma be entire!) known before well TueSda) ami properly i;i nr is almost unbelievable, undoubtedly totaling well up Into the hundreds ot cisiiii s ol !dlal'S. "1 left Ardmore nt a o'clock," con tinued Mr. MUburn. The explosion occurred at 2:16 o'clock, in com pan) with some frlende, 1 was Bitting In the St, Croix sanitarium, little more loan a block's distance from the exploalon. The ,., ,. of the explo Ion was terrific, far uder than a clap of thunder, it , mi d. We oroee instantly. PaUcntS Knu outside. "The shook was sn.li'.ny as to Jar building aa If the earth had sus tained sonic seismic 'lis! al liance, i in- window glasaea were ahattered; plas tering fell from thVwalla. 1 recall that each of us placed bis hands above his load Instinctively. Nulscs commenced screaming and several t the patients ran out Into the hall. One womfh came toward me scream -Ing. None of us knew the cause of the' shock ami all wen- bewildered, i picked the woman up and carried her the street. I V. ii as we reai led the sire. t. did nga either way from us up and iwn the main lhor iiKhfare were I -nln to eionlv themselves. 1 no- t hiit cwrywiiirc piau g'aae t,a-l bet n shattered and the dewalkl were covered with hroken ass. (ire. -it masse.', or dust clonus ere rollim; mil of the huildlntjs mid ,n the low 1 1 and of the town, out of Hi.. t section to whl' h names lier ii i oiniuuM -.it' d. was unai r dense cloud or dnst. Women to Banltoriom. , gi jli in' at amounted to a -Mativ Deraoni had been Struck the fallihK Klass 'me woman by us literally lovereo wnn Wc placed In I and the woman 1 had broiixlit from the sunl- tirium In an automobile and they V' l' taken to tha Hardy sanitarium which was furthel removed from thu danirer zone. "i believe It is not too much to say that not a plat class was left In the business portions of the tOWO. Shop windows were completely demol ished in many Instances, Waxen dis play figure smashed In smithereens I were scattered over sidewu.ks. All $12.99 .Mi new models 111 Ladies' Pall Suits, retail value is $16.50 to $18.50. This one is our Star ii. I'iiI. In- Sale dQ Qt 25 new Suits just arrived, Retail value is ".Mi(i ,i siiacc lor ili'HcriDtioti, llieyre , , . simply wonderful. Touny price shoe stock is now iplete, Oklahoma a u-randpsl shoe burirainH. Bovb' and Girls $1.7o value School Shoes Boys' Mini ; i iK ' $2.25 value School Shoes Children's $1.25 New Pall sinus (0 at Boy Scout Shoes, !f"J.,'i(l value Men's $'J.."i() Work Shoes 98c $1.39 79c $1.48 $1.39 $1.98 $2.:9 98c Men's $3.50 Work ami Dress Shoes only Men's $4.50 Work ami Dress Shoes only Ladies' $2. Ml Vici Shoes onlv old Ladies' Comfort Rubber Heels, $1.7.1 value only Ladies' I 'nt. m Leather Shoes, lace di HQ or button, $3.00 to $3.50 value onlj D 1 t J :!()(! Crepe Kimonos on sale Tuesday. Hand some floral designs. $1.50 value iiQ I 'rot,.. K l in i ll ii is " " " V i $2.50 value Crepe Kimonos ,"() dozen New Pall Waists, arrived yesterdaj 1.2"i value new Waists only $2.25 value new Waists $1.19 sterda y. :9c 79 c Men's Punts and Overalls. iiiii pair Men's lleavj $1.00 Overalls 100 pair Men's Pants, Qtf llll va lie . LOO pair Men's Pants, !,'t.") value ,-)() pair 75c nine (A (t Overalls OUk, Boys' Suits on Sale. $3.00 new Pall Suits $1.48 $1.48 $4.00 new Pall Suits $5.00 new Pall Suits .(1.0(1 m w Pall Suits $7.0(1 m w Pall Suits $8.00 new Fall Suits Ladies' Dress Skirts. All new arrivals on sale. $3.1 50 hit style Dress Skirts $-i.."o late style Dress Skirts r(i.."iO late style 1 ress Skirts $8.50 late style Dress Skirts $1.89 $2.35 $2.90 $3.39 $3.79 50c value Umbrellas :i: value Umbrellas $1,75 alut I fmbrellas ifL'.fiO value I umbrellas '$1.98 $2.39 $3.39 $3.98 500 Umbrellas on Sale. . 1 VL Umbrellas . OTL 69c 89c 1.19 Millinery Department. New Fancy Velvel Sailor, thread tf "I QO trimmed, all colors, value $3.50... pl70 ATlOO value new Pall Hats, newest, latest Bwellest, Lead and thread trim iiiinfrs; one price Extra Big Specials from 10 a. m. to 12. 100 dozen Girls' and Children'! Hose, best ' 50c 25c ( repe Kimonos, worth tip mT In $1.25, onlv T:OC Id dozen Ladies' Last Black Hose, , 1'eiriiliir 15c. onlv JkJ-' 10 doeii $1.00 value new Pall Middies, only Hi dozen 75c Crepe and Gingham Petticoats onlv From 10 a. m. to 12 $1.00 Shoe Sale Odd lot Men's. Ladies'. Hoys', (iirls' and Children'! . pick 'et it while they (j- $2.98 39c 35c Everybody Knows the Place Now aTc. jacobson Mastodonic Public Sale 112 E. Second St., Between Boston and Cincinnati Three doors east of Traders Store open every night till 9:00 p. m. i were duwii iw V 1! 'l ads llll I Tin line lood. Ilolll nlona the street wire: maze and taltflo. Trloaraph Operator h Hero. OAINE8V1L.I.E, Sept. ii.- Parsons . i ... .t fr, im Anlioore. ari ink ii' i o ."' - Oklahoma, which mat dlaaater from an exposlon and fin today brought an account of the heroic conduct of ('. B, Kali, i sunia Ke railroad telegraph operator, who suffering from a frac. I r 1 1 j ie ami wrenchad back; placed together some hroken wins to send out the Oral news of the dlaaater and a cnl! for aid. Nail, who was at work near the, scene of 'bp explosion? recovered suf-1 flciently after the explosion to search f.,i a telegraph Instrument which hel found In the demolished Hanta Pt freight building. Tlnfurws from the explosion forced him to breathe through a handkerchief tied about his face, He Is said to he In a serious condition tonight. H, U Collier, of Dallas, a relief op- 1 era tor In the Santa I'V building, was serious Injured. Santa. Fe Conductor M. M. Smith and L V. Carthen, a brakeman, both of whom were on a train near the explosion, were brought ! to their homes here topluht sufferlnx ; from hums hut the condition of j neither 19 blftYd to be danaerous.- 1 MAY ORGANIZE STATE MILITIA IN ARDMORE HERE PERMANENTLY There nre thirty-two reasons for giving cure to the teeth, and you curry them tri your head. Good teeth means good health, poor teeth causes tndlgeatlon and stomach trouble. We give you a bonded guarantee viih all work. Three graduate Dentists, who hve atood the test, an 1 mployed here, afonej saving prices tor 30 days: Teeth, without plates. .faVtO Ludwig Double Suction 1'1'atea M-00 1 1 .wn. extra heavy Bridge Work, per tooth and up. White Crowns Palnleaa Kxtraetion Wo re Bleep VHr Kperlatista BXAMIBiATlOH PRE1 10 'per- cent discount to nil union men and families. Cut this out and bring this to the .office. It Is worth $1.00 on Jlu.UO "worth o dental work. M.UO : 50 Sl.no . Mn New York Painless Dentists i'H' OVK RENUERQ8. 1 : 1 ;, B 'i TH MAIN Hp."-Il to Th World. OKLAHOMA CITY, Sept. 27. Ad jutant General Frank Canton has re eeived i request from Ardmore for Ik. ,.r,.Q nlv ,f Inn In that cllv of a com pany or the stale nuwiw wu pluee in the ranks the company W( is Treat lor Ma. ordered muatersd out. There is plenty I - 1 1) ( Urta ire going to camp of Kod material in Ardmore for a out. " ' company Of the State gOaWI, and tie... "Oh. we are going tO take mother I ' ... a . - 1 . ,. I ... Ir ,.. II... . 4 11 .l.'.l I 1,1.1. panv of the state national guard, oral Cunton oenerea mm 11 m mijm ... ' 1 .. u-til mivn II10 UMlttl-r lh..rn .- in III llllt llll tile .olllp.lUV 111 I J 'S. 1 ii III I III ' "in"" ... .-- . ..n ,...nul,i,.r.,tlon Ardmore onee'w.iv It shoiild there Is in reason vt-.v full consideration. Ardmore once way it should there Is no r- 1- r. vn i.v s7 .., ,,,b. had .1 company of the state Kuard but Ardmore should not be Identified will, , JVorloV VI M lM thc Job- owing to disagrecmunt which took Uhc guard asain. fcuttttl BUn! --' pa.