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URGE ERECTION OF MARBLE STRUCTURE i 1 1 SENATORS NOTIFIED i Be Taken. I U E I WORLD T N Ii WELL KNOWN MINISTER WHO CHANCES FROM FAMOtS CRATGTv PRE8BYTER1AN TO EPISCOPAL DENOMINATION REVIVAL I rgc l-i iiiii lion. Tvous' ';- : ; Lyons' I- I 1 mv Praeti- VARIOUS PROGRAMS V. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A Will Have Conspicuous Parts Also. M V A. 'Special' Quality scroo 5 1 Imperial Quality $Q50 IS The Question of a Man's New Fall Shoe U r settled oatil it is settled right-and, if yon want your new fall shoes to be entirely satisfactory, I LYONS SPECIALS" LYONS' "IMPERIAL" S5.0U $3.50 They an right in the material right in the designing right in the making to they are bound to bo riarht in style, fit, comfort, shapi holding and quality. .k most auv well posted men in Tolsa-and he'll tell you the best shoe to buy is Lyons . LYONS' SHOE STORE VR&SSS? Hit Men's li line. C, OF C, GOES AFTER 637 BUSINESS MEN r ; r. REV. FREDERIC D BTUROI8. who BUILDING ACTIVIIY QUITE REMARKABLE Many I N 1 1 u mi' in Structures Are -c I ' "II- K VERNON L, SMITH TO BECOME A BENEDICT Wi ll Known Journalisl and Poe1 to Wed Miss Helena Van Hoy. "in ruction. PUSH LIBRARY WORK (avating St ructure a i ii I "P at ro Boston. Office urth nr ii inl floor D. Mitchell will n ii pli. n mx. Twi area of Y. W. C. A ,,f the rit'v at the -;' B In the evening .f the 24th the var ious paaton will start their regular mk ftitus which arc to h- continued ti rouehout the three weeka At the ng. church at :h- intorsi nmn ThlrA of Kifih anil Roston, Rev. L. S Com- i.n ha scheduled one of the B COll , fnl speakers in the scut Invest rooms .".ii by in That Many in Tulsa Are Not Members of the Im portant Organization. Ik tskin sermon at l .1 ng ! A enuc Bar-most NEED ONE THOUSAND given have his fine corner of Bee tor occupation in keeping , the building Tin- rooms u.n agea and other atructurea instruction, one t,. nsiilsl him rteverenu -- f io M A. l. D. of Henryetta, a -raduate of Vanderbllt university. , ,n I... ,i, Tulsa for the enure unci Three Prominent Leaders. i?m c W. Kerr, pastor of the First Preahyterla n i hurch. Boulder, will conduct Inga for the first Arnold, of the i tlx ii Cincinnati opposite the v. M. '. between Elgin and Frankfort. The P Morlej and the latter by Dan Pilches, Another structure of the class that ' WANT TO KNOW ABOUT THE DARDANELLES Pn - Y. M. will ad- Committee Begins Work Tomorrow and Response Should Bu Liberal. ti ii W NDt IN, for Hani (ct. ii, Upon next, Rob el t I the re i "uih-ESdward Hurrying libran Werk. weililllu At I I'.il. ami Invigorating t" thi Ui. lilts peratlona as it 1 1 . 1 when the ltrit thal tin operations had bean under purpose of drawing a Turkish fores ft,. Ill the I'nocasus. The question is designed to bring on I if Lord Milne's suggestion of the evacuation of the Qalllpoll pen insula finds any official support. No strident f any such support is as ' apparent Robert L Outhwaite is of Australasia, having been !m;: m Tasmania. native born in the f t laivtnnrr ini Installs, more on Friday evening ths newly llscted officers for the ensuing year Were installed as follows President. H. Glasgow . v ci -pr sldi nt G. R Cogswell; treasurer, r. E Woods; di i,, tors, E. II Mghtm r, G l. DsVls, .1. H. Moore. .1 F Fltppin, A, V. Robinson, w. B, Cunday, ll. Jennings, B North, ii Tom Brown. John Maybcrry and F, s Walker. After the installiilion h is completed a geli- ci.il get-together meeting was held and puns outlined by which the new otficera would conduct the affairs of the i ub Says Prairlr Pool Is Uood (inc. Bp. elal to Tkt World 01LTON, "kla., Oct. II. -The ("li ve land sand i I, recently opend ... the Cimarron from oilton iy the prairie "II Oas Co., Is a good one, according to R. H. Whitney of T I editor of the "il Ooa Journal, who was in he oil field yesterday, Tin Cleveland sand has, n a rule, bi I " i long-llfed producer, indicating thai this new pool will lie one of th( from that standpoint yet found In the Oilton district. If yoU want to hire help of any Idnd u W orld VVunts. Nov. barters Issued. I HUM A city, Oct, 10- Bec r State .1 L Lyon today Issui '. owing charters: Albert-Shadld Mercantlce company, rumrlght, capital M.000; incorpora in Oi irga Bhadld, Oklahoma Cltyj ihn Albert, Mrs, John Albert, Drum- 'l. Ma .Tin I ition is ths m. i disss building on , ,n , . ; I,, tween Fifth and sixtn. the Masonic eider until sucn nine as ii in.i build a ti mple, MtiOM Bastneas Block The sltr Ju-t across the street In being clesred tot 140,001 business building on ths property, Ths struc ture H tO OS flftv feet front ami three torles hlfh. The second and third floors will lie made Into a blgh-CUUM hotel The only other work la prog ress on Main strssl is ths two-storj building ol a F. Ault, s ross from ths First National hank, and ths B. L Fog trUCture at '.'ll North Main street. Tlo former will cost 110,000 and Is ni irlna ri mpletion, The latter is a I'liu nt Co., ( ol- .i total $.':,,iiiio, incorpora McCoy, v. s Mlchai I. Col C B. McCoy, Belgrade. t- tragi pany, One of wllii h has is that of 4 ton, n is for the Maxwell Motor oont tl fun st offlCS IniiMliiKS i n occupied In some time r d ie at Fifth and Boa-tWO-Stor) aff tir and has 100 fill front ace on Main with 110 on Fifth. The cost of the structure fas approximately ISMM. There are four store rorinis on Boston and two on Flfl .a uf whioh ait rMUodLJwaska, nns ill.-, tori M. i lirsville, Mont, i urea out company, Tulsa, capital 1100,000: Incorporators, Frank Brown, independence, Kan., j. v, iir.iwn, ll A, Olbson, Tulsa. Mass Mi. lint; of Tax pa yen Wpffinl te The WorM MIAMI, "kla.. Od IT,. -The count v commissioners have called a bmss i . tinK of the taxpayen of tins ci untj to be hold si Miami on Oc- i IB, to take up ihe mutter of gentiou for the construction of the bridges and ths itourthowaa. for vhlch Bonds were rotsd to the nt of lltiv.iioo last month, Tho meeting will he called at io o'clock, and a number of prominent cltlasug v- tl ' make short talks on the question. 7.111 Maml- $J:..MI for U.vk. MIAMI, "kla. Od II In. and Bad stood Steady thS past week, the indications pointing to a still further m'van. e Zinc acra::t v,1 f.a an I ica.i between l.r,o and Bk. The top pries for Mnc was IIT.il for carload K t.- of htiih xrade ore. The produc tion for the week wa ry larne. hut l ot as large as some of the previous eventh and his own ineet- weeg, iu. r i.iiin l'n st Presbyterian .Lurch in Kansas city, win owiciumj ll ,. e .n. ueel;. at .1 1 1 any n.isti.r i f the l.inw ood AvelllK byterian church and prominent i man in Kansas I r.y .iri-s the closing meetings, treat opportunity will be ac corded Tulsans by the Methodist i ... copal i hurch, Fifth and Boulder, their pastor, Rev. Frank Neff, having received the consent of Percy E. Pierce to assist him ir. the services. Doctor Plerci is from Nowata. Okla. A special musical program is being I 1 The Rev J. v. Darby, being a now comer In Tulsa, will himself preach at t i, pint Christian "hurch, Fourth an(j ) pi, r. He has held meetings In Pittsburgh Pa., Wheeling:, W. va., and other eastern citii and is a suo- . ful evangelist. H. E, Winters Will . ... i the choir and tho musical pro gram He will be .assisted by PrOfeS sor l.awtoii Of Tulsa and Mrs. Lawton, whi will give harp accompaniments. Although nr. C. W. Slferd has been it .s certain that some prominent man will bi at the First Lutheran church, Fifth ai 'I ElWOi '1 The Rev. A. B, On --man Is also negotiating for a i . i, o r in the Orcutt Memorial church, Extensive Campaign. N,, announcement has been made of the proKrun at the First napusi , hi r h. It. 1. K. Floyd the pastor. will have Mr, and Mrs. Bryson to aid him ii the musical programs, Fred II,. 'i of Tulsa, formerly a member ,.f Lyon's evangellatlcal party, Is plan png to devote a rood part cf his time to the campaign. one of Oklahoma's greatest ovan eliats will be the feature at the Sec ond Baptist church. Andrew Potter, y. iniB man, traveling evangelist of the ! law ar- Missionary association, h is been secured by Rev. C, E, Can nadv for the v hole impainn. j ii Bryant of Biloam Springs, Ark will be the axiraciion ai me TlgeH Memorial church. Doctor Bryant is s convincing talker and should Drove a valuable addition to i t,,. ,,n ;,. him ,,f the pastor, James I.. McHormtck, The Ttgeri cnurcn is noted f. r its ex. client music and prob bly will have several good pro grams, Man) "llicr speakers. Plana of the Grace M. B. church have not been complete. 1. owing1 to the fact that a new pastor to suc ceed L C. Murray has not been ap pointed. Reverend Millard, of the Kendall Community church, will have a part In the revival mSStingS, but has not arranged his program an yet. In addition to those who speak 00 the opening dav- the Y. M 0. A. and V V. C. A. nre also arranging for Other speakers for meetings during the campaign. Mrs. Pennybacksr, national president cf the Federation . f Woman's clubs, is one whom the M C A Is trying to reach. Robert Arthur BlWOOd. one of the most Unique preachers in the United States, will address the men at the Y. If. C. A. on the last Sunday. Reverend BlWOOd is the b ard walk preacher in Atlantic City, N. J. During the sum mer he holds meetings in a theater on the famous board walk, and (luring winter travels about the country. "There aro actually 63" business and professional', men in Tulsa who are not members of the Chamber of l.'. DiniercOi Retail Merchants' associ ation or tho Tulsa Traffic associ.t- j Hon," said Secretary Tllburne of the Chamber of Commerce yesterday, j "In other Words, there are Ii37 men engaged in business In Tui ing the benctits whnli lived from th th.ns but are SPECIAL ! Last Two Performances of the Heinz and Beckmann SHOWS Pronounced by all tho people of Tulsa Lest, largesl and cleanest Carnival ever iii to be tl ie Tulsa. REPORTS VILLA DEAD a receiv- are to do uc- commercial organisa not Identified with tbeni in any way, except in spirit, and that does not help meet the is l enses, in addition to this, there are easily thousands Of others iu Tulsa city and county, men who have made their money and retired, nun who ire ,-H I'll I iii various pursuits out- L8tfniVentTffeddwuh "LAUGHINGLY FALSE' tin Chamber of Commerce and Fed eration of Allied Interests of Tulsa, and these are the men wu are going after in the mombenhlp campaign, plans for winch win be outlined at a niiiing of a special committee to be beld at the Hotel Tulsa tomorrow at noon." , ,,,, The membership campaign or tin Chamber of Commerce contemplates k. anrnllmettt of one thousand now no label's ill the course High -Class Attractions SUNDAY AFTERNOON and NIGHT E BASEBALL PARK C0ME ENJOY YOURSELVES sajs Northern General Has Not Been Under Irrest; Death of General I icrro is t onflrmed, fVL&A,lXL Of the lli Xl feW i.,v. nnd is a oart 01 me nu " plan for the development of tho work of the Chamber of Commerce and its allies that has been under considera tion by the board Of directors of each of these organizations lor many months. Scarcity of Funds. The three organisations which are now working harmoniously and with i results have each experienced difficulty In tho past in accomplish ing the work they haw to th. b. . .. ISC Of lack of funds. On the other hand, the merchants and business men of the city who an- identified with this organization have been called upon from time to time to make Bp I contribution to carry OUt any special work to be accomplished. This has meant that large gun Of money have been necessary from ii comparatively few persons In ordei thai anything might be aceomptli bi I It is proposed by making this mi m bcrship campaign to secure sufficient funds from the regular dues and ub s. rlptiona ns they now stand from various firms and corporations, to gether With those received from DOW members, to lo away with the con stant soliciting for funds which now obtains. With Increased mcmoersnip oi 01 thousand there would be ample funds to meet nil demands for publl Itv. i I ebratlons and othsr msthods empl 1 I to advertise the city. The Idi is to make this a whirlwind campaign I a carefully selected committee who are well calculated to obtain n . should BjaroU Quii kly. There ought not be any dlffli I in securing this enrollment, when I is understood that by the Dew constl tutlon and by-laws of the Chan of Commerce and Federation of Allied Interests Of Tulsa only the pay ment of $1 is required In ordei to become enrolled and that the lodl Vidua! membership call for but II I month. This is a much b s fee than Is required in any other Chambst of Commsreo and can only be mads to SufftCS for the proposed work 1 ih-, organisations by large msmbsrshlp 'Pile members of the .111 m it i , n details are O, N Wright. I l ItOSOCr, I w. a. Vondever, !. C, Carney, A i Rudd, F S. any, W A. Rayson, i,.' Kunsman. Frank tireer. Mark F. cm and E. 4 Tllburne. EL PASO, Oct nounct ment of t hi Rodolfo Flerro, hi 16. (iff i. death of . ml in of the vnia army, who was tponall le f..r the kiiiin of I lenton a I ll ihsli ranchman, i ti n Baui h. an American, at ill .i n - General ommand held re Wl Ham and An- luari . Don't Vthip Children iir lire Idei ptnoaa was vt tsi bed m- t.i ronirol IbsU WStSf linrir.K day, ii.i n i- not a habit but a you li.iv,. iin Ridssy, Blsddtf Wiilloai-s, writ,, liiila) fur V notber Operator Btrikos tire. s; , a! ta Tin- World. MIAMI, tik la.. Oct IS. Another 20 -acre tract has been prospected pear tho New Century's mill nt 'ar ilin. and the ore was found at a depth of 111 feel and continued to a dipth of 216 feet. T U Myers and . .. elates are prospecting the prop erty and have put down one drill to the ore depoait. a '.out two years ago In a career stained with Innumerable murders, wot made late to. lay at Juares, The announcement was very brli f, drowned while fouling a lake near Villa Ahuraado. Whether he was Denial that Qeneral Villa had been . ii.stoii and court-martlaiod by bin generals came from Casas Qrandea "Vou oan be assured that those rumors about Hernial Villa's nrtest are laughingly false, and you can Mate that ail his old companions of tt.i revolution are with General villa nnd assure him of their loyally Those who have BTQggsd to the United States aro those who consider tho M 'olutlOO is .. bUSlnsgl and wish to safeguard tioir badly OCQUlred T 04 Ii' r flp. KI Kii i.eri this ' 11 f '! , . of 'I . ' hr' a number re Ml I nlhUHOd, K ' ITV, Oct 16 - Htntn I It Hi Wilson Is re I IStiC letters relative to ..r education to be in- ing the tr.f.nth of No I It In a Dig rally in mbSf II, the first con' i n'ion of Stale n l-tters frorn tunty s iper intend' nts ha ' hen f I ".I outlining what th kCal .'ffor lli be Five rrieet irg ire u, y.r. hold m Wihin county '"..r.rg y-.-ml.i-f In IrfiHrner county lh 'i perir.tondnnt Snys five moon Ight schools have alrdy been s tal Shod, Utd o, .r-. Will follow Thex. .' bools ars bslng heir) In rnanv ilf .'' r rtf psris of IhS wt ite. nm the resldsnto of 'he oelghhorhood are t.iki.ig advanrtago of the opportunity t,, ..btiim SOWS boot knowledge. Two Omitted riiwilunniits s. FORT SMITH, Ark. IS .lohn V Bnrbur Of Atliintn. tin , and Kno Booth of Knotvlll. Tenn , charged with conspiracy arslnst ths governmont in th ailiaed moon shln whisk frauds h-r. will tis tried n'rt lanuarv and not Monday nun 1,1, 1 tin- hiiflit or Disease If nr t rlnary I'ri-e PaskSgi of our Harmless Remedy When pamsnsato relieved i,.ll rosf fricsdi ;"l i It, Head tin M Ui!r..s: ZEMtiTO CO, Dept. M', Milwaukee. Wlf. Jayne Kill of the National Association for Constitutional Government Is twiiie.i by the National Popular Gov ernmenl league, of which Senator "wen of Oklahoma la a hading light, for declining a challenge for Join! dt -hate mi the initiative and referendum between former Senator F.lihu Root of the former and Senator Robert L. Owen of the latter. Secretary Judson King, of the league, charges ilill with fearing public discussion. PI MiAGH liAIMB VICTIM Brlstnst Becomes ICxcited Winn t'lergviiian's Wife siuvumlis. Special in ihi- World, HRIBTOW, Okla,, 4cl. 16.- The sec ond Victim of Pellagra in this part c ' reek county died yeaterday, it was Mrs. ,i p, Faith, wife of Reverend J. P Faith, a iiopnst minister of tins iiy. About tWO Weeks ago one of the inmates or ths county farm died of lb. dread disease and thde is another patient III at the county farm at the- I " s' it Nine inflicted with pellagra. II ll llso ii polled that there are thi en or four cases now In and near Hrlstow. MUCh comment was made OTOf tho fact that Mn Faith was given a pub Ik funeral. It Is also elated that tho II it" Will be asked lo look Into tho " and 1" decide whether pellagra Is contagious or Just merely intcc- loS BfaM ; Mill to Reop . s: , io The World. MIAMI. OklB., Oct. 16 The Com i r. e Mining Royally Sc I. nearly finished n two hundred ton mill on Its Rlue (loose property. Th. mine Is In t'ardln and I- a companion itillerlea of the Reaver mill, which also will be operating in two or three weeks The Rlue Ooosc mill will start this week to grinding ore. with the otl some nffensi today Hot part ment n smlnlng em panles who product of nan ths Irid ' t m fr tho announeod hero Ives of tho do. IMAt ih" day o f transfer corn and storol tho liunil Mas Mao, (III W, II- lal ie Tit Wsrls PAW HUSK A, "kla. ",t. 16. Drags county now has three thousand en hundred and twenty-eight oil i o Is iiml Hie varolus otl and g.us ' paoles 1 1 ni 1 1. iso to drill about two II . iisinid w.-lls between how and n. -March, when many of the leases will aspire The most productive walls i. In Hie Boston pool mar the Ar Mansaa rlvsr, aboul si yen miles from "snge junction nllogorl Illegal do Mill Hi f i- .1 I.. i h ,i Kn. il .o r World. wasiii';T"N, Oei If in Mock l-lan b BpfCSMllnC. Ipw 1st hi Tki warn. PAIiim, Oct ir. a y Qgaf, oaah- ll T the Peoples Slate Rank here, advises that heSWIII purchase a car load of inliastraln shorthorn cows, and n sslsctlon of four alrea of pedl- " ' 1 brt d, all of w hl. h he will sell o tio farmsra at cost, or win loan lh n to th.iM, who wUl start Uio if of hluh viade i nitio an,1 hell) l.' itln die lalslnu of sheen In this sec- Id lion.