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THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. TIITTR8DAY OCTOBER 7. 10 15 I TULSA VALUATION IS 822,834,671 I ,i in- I U'h (d liopori "I' Stii t Kxf'isc Board I- Urech COUNTY FALLS OFF l)1 I 1915. THIS MEETING TO SEGRtA.'EiT EVER " in i bo ( 'hamber of ( Join inci'cc Tonihl at 8 o'clock. TULSA'S GREAT NEED See rot tin h Reporl for Moiitli Hi' September In enclv, A. I'll. 'ii.' y Ortlci We Deliver if St' nil. 1. 1 1!!! i in Ilj I """"Infi 5 ' I ss Kl 'I I - M lis, 'IS. I'KKl i l vim:- I si mi ! iu! lodaj .1 . si. in i M II. i.i I i Mail) M Iin Si'IhhiI District Valuation, 1915, SWEENEY'S i i S i .: 90 ; 00 T iTAL 166 I s I IBS i;n i 108 , t) 9Q 4 9 :i 969 1,746 .' 66 .' 7,0011 1,819 111!' 4,485 1 1 7 hi:: 124 1 7 I 4 s I L".'il 1 I !' S'.l 957.00 6 II 19 I 00 289.00 881.00 688,00 801.00 J 29,00 105.00 462 H" 798.00 vii ll. I 4 :,vni 200.00 2 i vim 991.00 849.00 mi 7 20.00 028.00 118.00 886.00 769.00 553.00 812 " 680,00 91 i 218.00 l 99.00 820.00 i;:i 646 00 816.00 226.00 i( Commerce is - other meeting .hi upon discus vital Interest lo A Rubjeol that 1 Tula i'h Ireates' . 150,75 1,954.00 I AT 1 1 IN, 1916 1311 $22,834,671 $20,301,130 1,530,180 1,727,001 748,644 745,050 1 II li, I "I : 2,763,860 2,898,1 I' ! - I Ti'iilli ninl Main. I'll, hi. i t 108, l in I. i 16 I it -i H. Ili . 1 1 s a, hi. 30c lie 10n I U ll 30'j 0 liuu 15c 25c 25c 20c on HUMBUG CIRCUS TO ECLIPSE 'EM ALL I'i'ih of Rotary C'lul Venture to Exeel- i b.- tin.- I llcllevc in Hoys." i - Need, a I vim it, and How i" Supply II." Among (be principal speakets who will lake part In the dtscusslot. arc Mayor Prank Wooden, C. T. rtumgarner Newton it Oraham, Dr. i'. K tCarnhearl and Kred I. Kitchen These niii pave the way for others i" talk and n is expected there win he man) present who win want an opportunity lo express their views on i ins subject. While 'I'uis. i has many resources, She isii lias many liceils. Wlucli is tin- greatest xs ill lie discussed from tin, viewpoint uf those wh the floor at iiw meeting;. Socretar) Tilburne, speaking of the meeting yesterday, said while a per fect freedom uf opinion cannot he denied anyone In this matter, it would I.., Insisted upon 'hat no discussion should ie conducted along political lini s. As he views it, the Chamber of i',, i iv is nut a breeding spot lor Incipient politics. Secretary's Report, x. Wright "ill preside and in addition to the speaiung a report of work done dining tin. past month Will he made t the secretary, which win in. lu.i. new membership during the month. Twenty-one new numes were added to lie roster during Sep- tember. Willi, this is a Chamber f Com merce uniting, it will lie ( pen to all who choose to come. Go early, as the seating capacity in limited. Friday is said to be an unlucky day, hut many of the Important events In the history of the worl.i thai have been for the good of hu manity hnvo occurred on Friday, and Secretary Tilburne so thoroughly ic crodita the hoodoo idea of Friday that he goca out of his way t" arrange th? Important events of the Chamber to happen on that day. The regular meetings are slated for the second and fourth Friday In eiien month. Tin Important Jtep on the part of "Tulsa Goods for Good Tutsans" campaign committee wl I be taken on Friday morning when the committee will atari out from the Chamber to make the thorough can vass of r. hanis ami manufactur ers to suppl) them with window cards, etc., I used dur- iii. lino Buttons, T, n thousand buttona have been ordi i' ,i and will be placed with the shopkeepers for distribution I" their i iiHtomem. Every pet son wh,. makes Tulsa during the next receive a button bear- "Tulsa 1 is for Good the supply is limited that the patronage "f to low their distritiu few days will ttractlvi i ml SI 65c EC, Juo 1 Co I U v OCr. L jo 40 c 25c 30- in, I wo 10c in I Uo or:,, j j j L JO 25c 25c 75c 25c 15c Punly Market ii.i-s lYottl I .ra ml lln-iiter Plume I TOit. Havt 'you given the new Purity M.n k. i . ii lal l nnd liayc Increased our deliver) s.i. ice Round and Loin steak is.- Chuck Hteak Ilfcc m.i nding lllb lie list loo Pure Hog Lard He Home-made Sausage li'j. We handle a full line of cured IBM ' ' PlftlTY MARKET J ii, n i . . i i . arni i .t I A: $ no0 Hl Resinol a healing house hold ointment 'Hie same sootumgi healing, anil m (:., ; : . t , i :., , m' Ksiivil Ointment standard prescription lor tkin-eniplHi i also make it tho ideal house! d n medy tor I w talst s n r i. k -j it Cut iiudpfj fntedosa ami a score of other troubles which ttantly arise In every. 1. me, i -o iall) where there arc children. That is why Resinol 'Ointment should be on your moilkiM she.t, resdy t"r instant use. Sold b ill diugsiAU. l ot Ut trial, writ to Irlt . - K I .. m r. MJ. Convicts Plot to Wreck the Electric Chair su.h attempt, Basement oas . Hied today. Early this morning Instructions were received from the court of criminal appeals postponing the date of execution until October the same date on whi.ii Rich Moorehead, Rlowo countv noir.i. is senten ed t" he FREFLING RULES WITH ALEXANDER 1 1. ill as t lie button! an Most of the window cards have i i, hand-painted ami those that tit . ly gottt n up, It is the purpose ot the i imlttee t" isit every dealer in am commodity during the morn ing of Frldaj between the hours of 8:30 and noon, 1 y so doing they Will Tins cumpalgn for noma patronage is perhaps the largest "f its kind arranged in eastern Oklahoma, and hlg results ate evpei ii d. i' T. Bum garner is the chairman t the com mittee, which is composed of the fol lowing: W, a Burton, I. B. Porter, i Burr Gibbons, W, A Vandevor, Oeorge T. Williamson, E. R. Coker, i .i Marshall, ' 8. Davenport, R. 1 ahman, a y. Boswell. The plan .,f operation! was decided on at a meet .,, ii, mmittee held yesterday CONViCTEO BUT HE WASN'T GUILTY lal to Tk WorM. KI.AIIOM A CITY, Oct. in- step if, the controversj between te Treanurer W. U Alexander .uol eident Frank Qattit of the hoard agriculture n.r custody of the mil 150,006 found .was taken this : ll "pr i"n from the nt- ral's office It is held .. tu.tsiirtr of the heard of icnlltir.' is the t.roner eustiMli.tn of t ' in and Is not now a treasurer f the board under the now sdml i tratlon. and that President Qaull Could Dot lill both places. The a - I torney-general holds wuh tkl state Ireasuret tin ivvect. Book Agent Released After t! ;.. .. I.';,-.. Vanva rf Ov A V I lift i i I I I "l Eiehl Vear Teim. K.xNSVS CITY, Oct 1 Cross S. l' li on "f sr. Louis, a book agent, was ordered released from the united States penitent i.irt at l,ea i-nworth today, where lie liis serve. i rive years of an eight-year sentence for a crime Edison was arrested in St. Louis in February, 1911 He had in his pos session a spurious $20 bank note wrlt '.n in '. 167 i n a Savannah, Ga., bank, lie was convicted of passing counter feit money and sentenced to eight v.ars in prison "ii four counts. A habeas corpus proceeding to get him out of the penitentiary on i, hnlcal grounds wis brought re cent!; by a Laevenworth attorney. I., s. Harvey, deputy. L'nlted States dis- ttoi i:t,rne. tank hen xnmlne.l today the In - lit on tthi.h BdlSOO was con He learned Edison was ac of counterfeiting s Geargts state hill, which was issued In 1 s T. 7 state hanks w.-ro pi rmltted to Issue bank notes. It was not the money of the Fnlte.l States govern ment at all nn.1 therefore was not a crime against the federal laws. HarVOy placed the ease hefore Judge John C. Pollock and he or- dered the Immediate release of the I.risoner. Ri ot ix if rooms The World Want Ad way sin time and nrr. NE W STYLES IN DOROTHY DODD' FOOT WEAR tOR FALL 'I'lic models nre tlie last word Prom style centers they have uoj been in stock over 18 houi'S, Aud the are designed for discriuiinatiug dressers who seek ,-i combination of correel Bty,lc and comforl in footwear. Black ;iinl white combination tups black -lt!i tops and all-bronze are shown in vaiious button and lace --ivies. There are sizes to tit ' "A ,h" i' ' $3.50 $6.00 ll'idll Beauty and Economy Go Hand In Hand With This New Silk Hosiery The Btyle tendency of outer garments leni;inls ex acting attention to hosiery anticipating your needs we have selected one uf the must extensive displays "I' silk I (use ever offered at this store every shade is repre sented. II. 300 Gordon's Pure Thread silk Muse in all colors Uicludiug black and white at $1-00 H. 600 Gordon's Pure Thread Silk Hose, extra fine quality, all colors, at, pair $1.50 ll. 300 Gordon's Pure Thread silk I lose, in white with black clocking and black with white eloeking at, pair $1.50 and $2.00 HARLOW DRY GOODS CO. THIRD AND SOUTH BOSTON (PI BUY YOUR SHOES NOW FOR WINTER ANDSA VE ONE-HALF A I II ll R A TI: OUR SHOES ARE SELLING it will not take long to clean them out DON'T DEL A Y ANY LONGER if you zvant good Fall and Winter Shoes at 50 cents on the dollar WE CAN FIT YOU. Tliis assortment of Wom en s llicjli siloes comes in i.ntt.... ,,,,.i i I.,., i i j"J I'yi . . . . , i i . . . . . ,. i . in ,,11. 4 HHta ln!l leathers, and in nil the v. iitiie. I sti,-s and shapes, lii tliis group of Women's I ligh-top slides are included Red Cross, Zeigler Bros., Arnolds and other good makes, till prevailing styles. AO lies, now PJLee0 $o.50, now still another group of fine sinus, from 1 1 u foremosl rv' mr 1.f--'.as7; l , , ..: ... .1 ... mm i -i - sJ swjf i' li,M liiciiirica in i hi cuiiiiiii. i iiise siioes uuver retail Vgggiiii' less ii , iii n...t i pair ami conic in t tie uob yu 47ee0 M1IMlt'' We Advise Early Morning Shopping S 4' f' 1 Vt i. H outh western Brokerage Co. J15 So. Main Street B1 i ... . jr. UDIsCtfPBfJBi H)R MEN ViWa AND WOMEN Ef n niofifin a tZ3 In n f rn -ini ssJ imf $3.00 s3.50 $4EQ0 $4.50 & $5.00 SHOES YOU CAN SAVE MONEY BY WEARING W. L. DOUGLAS SIIOES VALUE GUARANTEED For 32 years W. L. Douglas name has stood for shoes of the highest standard of quality for the price. His name and the price stamped on the bottom guarantees full value. They are the best known shoes in the world. W. L Douglas shoes are made of the most carefully selected Iathers.after the latest models, in a well equipped factory at Brockton, Mats., under the direction and per sonal inspection of a most perfect organization and the highest paid skilled shoemakers ; all working with an honest determination to make the best shoes in the world. W.L.Douglas $3.00 and $3.50 shoes are the C U best that can be produced for the price. W. L. DouKlas $4.00, $4.50 and $5.00 shoes are just as good for sty le, fit and wear asothrrni.tksiosting $6.00 to $8.00, the only perceptible difference i. the price. None genuine unless W. L. Doug las name ami the retail price is stamped on the bottom. II MM 1st l OMlcr rnnet ittpply vou, wnle Ml lllnttralrd ( laln( iknin hew l eidrr bf mail W. I. IXH.Vil.AS. IM) .Spa,, .St,. R,oain, Mm. GOLDEN RULE CO. ! L v i (,. r af ) v. sm Ai. ..H),v i." A V r W. L. DOUCLAS K WAS PUT TO P WORK PECCING , 1 SHOES ATSEVEN YEARS OF ACE. HE BECAN MAN UFACTURING IN 1876, AND IS NOW THE LAR GEST MAKER OF . $3, $3.50 AND $4. X. SHOES IN THE WORLD. Beit in the World, $3.00 $2.50 $2.00 TULSA, OKLA.