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T11H TULSA DAILY WOIil.P, THURSDAY JANUARY
1 9 16 B L E v !: N rin be Metpled following rondil on! AIDVEIRITdSBdi KATES AH !lvertlemrmt Tl.e Wofhj on the MI.Y; No v lent thin Hall W '"'T let! te retije ml classify all aril Ktu ettj !. Three-tbsi ) very ie:ior II. X'onev rinJeii on mulled interliout. rnii i-i ri't'tcti or money refunded. RATI! Civ rent i word lor all rliMifleitlonl reepl perSOBall lad niat.'lmoniil. which II fn (fits ptf "rJ; minimum cV:re II mm Your r',lit la rood 1 rou 4vn 1 I he i -urcpt for peraonil, furniture for ale ail poiittol waited ailvertning whirs la rfl Cllitifieation not guarauirrd after NOTICE !l advertising for position Bar. ted, furniture for sale and wnonall are cash with order. Out-of-town ads. will not be rrr. unless reniirtam'e is made vitn orders. 'l eefits per word for all :i!s ordered miuelattifJed. DISPLAY. . . Al. trit rtilllBIBtl are accepted with the "mIimi i. dorstimling that loOtion noi fae-SiUe-. Reiiie.li lOI poittlOB wi". T!4i.-teJ ver, r""ihl. bnt , . lined whether in paitttea M reSBelte! or .1 tfntl'e of tvoncanldril or ether error! tkh V... given la wrtflBi in lima for efJ on before the iriond tnteriiou. uthr-rlal lamia " ltewa '' 1 . hniited adfertlncr ONLY when (opt t.v e-en haiolnil Into ike of fire 4R hoarl navtoai I" pr?u time on t h dvte "'I'"' WSiia I- to run. The delivery of rnT ai'Tert'a'rie In the knair.sa offi-e Of to l or-iln of mid rm-rr Will he rontld'-irl eseapUaea of all ratal and rulei wh.cti "If iv flee.. FEMALE HELP WANTED WANTTIE--(EflirHs (to Lcfiri liiiEIPSlflullDJ We want aeverel additional young ladiea to learn telephone eperaliai Applicant! niuat M kripht and intflllg.-rit and furntiB StTlfeitOry refercnii. Applicant! who era ac-epted enter our operator' trhool at onee. Fturl.nti are j.aid at the rate of 1(1 per week, which ia ripi.llv In-rre-ed to 7. H. 19 and 110 per week, as faat aa Improvement ' wnrk la made Snpi rvUoM. mnrltnrt. teaehera. clerks, ete , are eeleeted fri Bl the ept r,vtors arid are paid ffOai 110 to 12 per week. There la no profession more plearant than that of telephone Operating, Oirls with aMllty. win are imbl tlniia. eau mnke rapid advancement to cood pnving permanent position. April" In peraon to the Instrur- Iran Roan no?. Weeiei Bull-lug. Take elevaro-r. REAL ESTATE LETT ME SW YEDIU MONEY TO mill Tuls oom PIOXKKTc TEI.RPRONI OHAPII CO iv ; v WANTEO t'olored maid; reference. Phone MALE IDZLP WANTED STRP o experit bi i d wladow Irinttaert II. Kreil ''"n!li Katperiettfad ntla data n mail furnlih referei Dent ran WorM w l I'l-' 1 1 l ! with 'l "I. hnnnal and reliable. TuImi . . aph Co., Hot 'I 1 "'sn in 1 1 1 ( hav R, i, i purs " Poital T WANTRO Two boyi ut noon oatl : dinnev rndj Co., Roblnaon (rirls to :iit UMaa and 4 1 1 1 1 Star Arcade. , eneru'etic. stout. ,,f eanlan to work 1803, cin World. xpertenced aai iti-r to rieht pirtlei who bond. Chai. R Dim, per ron rare vv iNTRD Wl l iwaka, with lotne knowlidii for oil eompiay Addri WANTED Thru minent poiitloit fin Midi auretv inlMl World WANTRP V reatet for Klafei Oil Bxehinga reitanraati the ouiv reitaoraai la ta pail ol tow,, iii itata. Apply T. A. JajheoM, Klefer, OVU. STONI8HING moaejrmakif. new- orl i .,,. i, nn uiironurina n olio fartorv to cuatomeri IIS ii-..:... n, trie eomla to., Ilepl. on", WAN I r 1 1 H Ml I' INTRD w iibiaa Boulder. Colored air 'hone 3808 ftr geaeral hoaia QOOd 4-1 from Hotel Qoo4 5- $1,000. Qood vacant Main Hint, f a beautiful pri tv lut, tin ottag II II LOAN! on K ion I do you n M i i ii . I KM farnltara, M. in. di r planus, ld LOAN diamoiula M d tniinei ! tall IIMH 1S in III' 1 hoUV of trudio Let the fresh Air in the Home Be Very Clear it is very Important thai the atr In u home ahall in- clean If each ouaewlfe on the farm realliod how 1 1 inn ml 1 1 impure atr la to t he .lllll i.f lu l- I'.ltllllN Sllr W.HiliI bi Rin i' boulevard; extra nood Beautiful bunialow baaement, ':tst front, rated 1,600; $100 i a per month. lll.l! Ai get price 4 roomi ih. balani A; In New Orb .ins Cotton Clo omediately to oheok tip he haa done n ei ) I lilna i" i r family breathea to be I Mil her air if powei w hlch e iiml i ino i.f s roomi, aplendld $4,500, poraoi treat uli, baaemt eaal irni fr verj 1 1 it whal ii n of tlx- eel tund the iini i houao. tun' i. I si effect ir ami has nil Of 111. III!' CHMlli- tha yard tin' air In areateat llMftll Sllll de, cloae In. $ . u . Do F.piEinnus FARM LOANS reiri; lowill ru Phoai .Ml. t A On! amai! nada for one to ten :.. .. j 1 1 III fourth Hunt. In Oil, Hlti for Mite, tni Wlomr, tikla. 1 n 8ALK Eaal front lot. South Clneiaaatl, PI 40i I I". i Boa I H ia. SALE M ak hii Bcrai in ltiiil offer. rll"i:e reck :: II" MAKI New Voik - I I I Cotton Cloain. I LOST OIL STOCKS ll E U K ROR SAIE lut in Hi end street. nn 1 i. inodi-rn idditlo I Wi WE II VCR lome I'hone 5059. lond In . r'r.. $- ! II. I. buy modern B.room balance, I'hone IIS or B9I Pip 106' for leneril houie- l"7 s .nth Boulder tiirl for aaniral houiawork, and ieonini; .Mil N'orlh Denver. Maid lot fur ceniral houiework 1 1 amulet Ap't, fourth no and WANTED iirl to do enokiiie houiawork, Phone B64I or at in; Weil Sivth street. WAN! KI1 lio nol t Hotel, and 1831 genera! or rail -An imbitioui woman a aollaitor; .irk. food money, on eanvantnc. lephone. Mrs. An hurt,. Baltimore WANTEB A mlddla-ata lady for naairal homework in family of four; must be able to do wfilhlni and Ironing and assist bi rare of year nil I, ahy. Call at .'.15 West Sixth. BUSINESS CHANCES it) LEASE for all FOR BALE IS icrea raw land, ' Tulsa, pri I right: will take tddreii Boa 138, K. yatone, I II FOR SALE i i. $1.1. at $10: ne( B0 ifrei, wail n ill take Ii ai ha II quick. Phone B8S! sw R, POH Hi good Addreii run T 30 inn s meadow and 30 lerei Box 303, Broken Arrow. OUa. id,. up RRN l so ;.,,. farm, one mile from paved Itraetl Geo, It Andrewa. Tulsa, it. V. phone J-58, for ras Addn 11 4. ITl.le 4135, Km Iti ad Mi I'lioue FURNITURE Knit RALE Billiard hall. On old stat.d. Massad llros Okla. rlanion'i Drumriiht, ekly da ina np eia) offal qnlckiv, n, ton. Ohio. Ufg. WANTED A voimr mnn aa DOOaaemer wb la In. .kin.- for a job where there il plenty of hard work to do. houri unlimited tniwer if von are afraid of work, State rxnerianei where last employed, and samry wllllni o start on. in first letter, Bo i.7(i. rare World. . nil ,t. .s--., ... ..r... tliMi-,,.iin - evne r ei: e.i I,.. I I" i , -, refinins man that is n io uai- niit.1i. Who undei stands how to build aa as operate refiner for prooueiion 'ine .if hicli quality a.Kida. Also oil l!t.,.lV nav 1 1 ri i lie r salarv to ooiaio of well full 'me ihnnisi Glodly nay host ability. ;iv'' reference in reply atrletlv confidential ,,!! iiif.irin'ilnin anil and whl'h Will be held rinx 1503, care World s ITU ATI ON WANTED llKMil'l"l.lNi II. .1.1 DBV.SSMAKINO, 4540, f towns. Room 80, Detroit $n 50 per d.n Phoeil WANTRD I employed WAN I K ) kftewing laition, Box 1 i il8, itenographet care World. PI WANTED day -.11 .! at Mis home . n m r by tne Wells. dny Baby or children to care for dor WOOld Ifo to 'be home. Phone IB 42Ho , WANTRD -Poiltlon by lady vears aiperb BCO, beat Padrn Okla druc clerk. Ill reference. Box 74 WANTRD Poiltlon by rouge, man. km. w- leil'-e of ste'intvpe lypcwrninii ii i pillll pllll. IC sleno 2""i ReTieau neenrale servic. Phoni 1481 rrapher Bldf. rates Mi s Martha Curl Phone 514. Prompt reasonable. TOR SALE Steam laundry dolaa eood bull n.ss onj laundry la town. Address Box 1 IH:I care World. KDIt SALE -Interest in my businesa to lom man who is capable "f haiMllinir launitrr route. Fluffy Ruffles Hand Laundry. 637 North Main. WANTED To rent boardlni or roomlni houifl furnished, in or out of town, or will meniee one for salary or on commission; am reliable. Box 1806, care World. ROR BALE $400 rash, balance terms, bnyi fi-ro'im bouse on Kast Kiirhteenth. near Maple lti.lt;''. Price $1,800. I'hone 83, Ed ward K Harrelt. ROR BALE- $400 rash, balance n thly, for ri-room house with hath on South It iton Onlv $1,300. I'hone 8.1. Edward E. Bar rett, 304 Bliss Hllir. tun RENT or Sale Rent! for $18 per month, 5room cottafe in Kendall, one block car line. 2 blooki from ichoolj farage, sinall fruit, inn f.uit lot. I'hone 505. WANTED Man with pood reference and 12 000 to take exclusive slate iobl.infc- atency for best lelllni Ibinir on the market. . ileii.onstration. Itooin 1.. r.ari noici. WANTRD- City income property in caching! for beautiful country home and Hii a.-res finest black land; with or without stink, Iniplementii etc. Value ararything $7.oiiO. W. Croaia, Alvin, Ti na. Villi SI,K Biiniralow. east front, corner lot 50x140, onk floors, fireplace end d. leaping porch, basement, furnace, beokciiei and cabinets. $1,000 handlei it. Prici $8,500. i'hone 88, B, K. Barrett, FOR BALE Aderhold'i Pharmacy, business and a pood aland. For ala will mate a big reduction. I other buitneaa to look after ('has. V. hold Drntnrlght, Okla. tfood nniek nave Ad. i- WE HAVE listed with us for sale or trade ii number of well located roODlina houses. If yoq haven't all the money 1 will furnish It for yon, The oldest and most reliable rooming house man In the city. Free auto seniei. Phone 5059. FURNISHED ROOMS i'i Ut RENT ROB sai.k Two ints: southwest corner of Fifteenth a.d Qatncy . also four on south west corner Blxteenth and Qulncy; all fine, high riO-foot lots: natural shade: east front Addle E j. Wildbart, 8048 Cain avenue St. IXHlits MO. FOR RENT - Sleeping room I'lmne li-n RENT ine ilieplng room. Phoni FOR gill FOR RENT Two Phone 1478. liitht houiekeeping rooma. FOR RENT Ills South Large unramj Madison. hed loom (all FOR RRNT Soiilh Th ree Rlwood. $o per week. FOR 809 RRNT North Three Boulder houiekeeping rooms. 1 OR UK NT Two 14 West Baiton unfurnished close in. Call VI- UY home desirable Bleeping room, 80s South Boulder. modern WANTED By itenographer, ewrieneed, ,l educated desire pmitlontWlth reliable firm Phone :I7II or address 501 South le tioit. . .wss 's-s "WANTED MISCELLANEOUS any painting or paperhanging R YOl' have to do phoni WE BIY Bar. Ion. or excbinge Pawnbroki r for electric fn WE BI'V s"'n,s pawnbroker. clolblnir and shoes. Phone 4.V Bard. m. RIOHEST Ina and price paid for shoea I'hnnc second hand cloth- TV INTRD- TOB 10 t til rt the e, ttioc Jeff Chapman for work. Phone 4818, year ritht by jour carpenter FKFF croebel and imbroldiry lessons by expert teacher at Ki'tlcr's Art store Ih.irs dav 818 South Boston. Phone 1888, WANTED- Furnished liitht aauiakeeplni room- or will si are apartment, reasonable, couple Box 14,0. care norm. RON RENT Large modern front room. South Denver, i'hone 4010. 818 yOUNO man working in city desires room mate. Address l.lofl. care World FOR RENT -Modern furnished light house keeping room 1887 Rait Burnett, FOR in RENT-modem Nice comfortable sleeping room private home I'hone 1179, Folt RENT si cam hi Fine! at.d furnished ft water. room, close Phone 201 1. I. Kill I' housekeeping ern- close In. rooms Smith for rent; mod Rlwood avenue F(iR RENT Newly furnish. in quiet bone, close in. cinnnti. it sleeping room 419 North Cin FOR RENT Large close m for gentlemen Call i." 1 I'lmne ssl Bleeping room South Boston. FOR RENT Nice sleeping room, all modern o.nvonlcncea. close in 223 Weal Third. Phone .r.792 WAN I'l l)- Two hoys to room and hoard in private borne; close In; reasonable. 91ti Smith Denver, FOR SALE Modern 6-rOont, beat location, North Cheyenne, easy paymontl, $3,500; modern five-room, Admiral boulevard, I'll v -in. tils like rent: price $3,40O: vacant and improved in all parts of rity. So., us today. Pi) rent to yourself. Wshcw & Co., 18-18 Turner Bldg Phone 1!)79. one large new house and are together, only !) block! ss distri' t : house alone colt rents for $2" month: cir II me to sell at once. $I00 ah taki ia the wbnla outfit for r.xt -I Apply J, M. Daniela Jewelry itore lo tin South Main. SACRIFICE sale, ill fine lots, I center of hiismesi $2,0iiii to build: cumitanci - fore spot days own.- S LE Qood furniture -I Second, Phone 1 IK 2. cheap, loll Iii PALE Pun itur t Burnett, Mrs Fit rent. . house for rent, Geo. Tucker. 1831 I t ill BALE house for rooms of 808 South furniture F 1 s' i n s t n ami FURNITURE of 8 rooms for sale for $180 cash; nothing Ih oonildered. 421 North Boaton, Phone 44.''fl OUNSTRN'S shop, new Boulder, romiture troubles Phone I SI 4 lo. alien 808 South and upholstering BOWERS' Furniture hospital do upholstering. refinishing. repairing. enameling. box springs and mattressea made to orilcr. 215 East Fifth street. Phone :I006. STRAYED OB STOLEN STRAYED K-months-old heifer calf, red with white face: ml star in forehead, white hind fet. Phone B877-J. WAXTKD TO liTAT HOl'SKS WANTED 4 Phono 58:15. or 5-rooin lions.., eloai Itt. WAN! EH modern bouie ii d rove. By responsible party gnruge.l all 2 .i-rootu tniiuir- AT ONCE, modern turnlihed home or apart ment 4 or 5 rooma near Catholic school. If, F llnilley. care Oxford Hotel. UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT Oil I i Sinn, lard ml Co of Now Vork, 22.1 (n 27 Oil I I Oil I GRAIN Oram and Provision!. (ii rm. in emperor b death nod of lino. . 1 1 s from Cl nada. i lie wheal market toda retained the greater p'O of a lubiiantial advaaee thai was due lai elj to lulling for Europe and 10 fear of dauilg! from a cold Wive. The dole was un-ettled ' fa T to 1 ',, in I net higher, with May at 11.81 'i, and .1 Illy ut 1 1 10 's l 't Coin gained Lj to 7h m I: oats shade to '.i and proviatoaa 18)40 18 to ;l". cents. Advan.ees In the wheat market carried prieai upward o the blgheil record so far made h tha 1016 eropi Deiaand was gfeatli stimulated alao by laiertioni that a predieted cold wan- would find a lack of snow protection to tin- winter Crop, especially ill Kansas. Report! that green bug damage In Teaai was noticeable also gave strength to tha buiK Corn roil chiefly as a result of govern in.nl figurll that onlv 72 per cent of the 1016 .lop matured ahead of front. Dais wet upgrade with other cereals. Higher pricei on grain and hoga carried proiisious sharply upward. ChioaKO CHIC V60, ronton of the th.- possibility dangeri from funi air cornea from poiaonoua gttaei being oarrled from ao u rcei mi contamination In the yard, through tiiti cellar ami Into the ti.'ii.s.- Cat., sin. alii in. taken thai there are no alnk openingfa, do tag? nam water or depoelt of decaying iii.it. 1 1 : 1 1 within 300 feel of the houae us many caaea of typhoid, tuberculoela Mini rhcumatlam have been traced luu'k in bui ii aourceg aa theae, What Rind of air are you and often geen dark, dirty, cobwebby eel" i, us and cellars with decaying, etableg and trull In them and have wondered If the houaewlvea were Ik noranl .f the 01 eftecta of auch con .hii. ms. The authorities win. have tudled the question of sanitation In i iio home o n us i ii.it .hi. -half the air mm ih. ground floor an done tinni of th.. air uti iii. sir. iiui floor i.f a house comes ii.mm th.. cellar, ami that no matter how well the house la ventilated, if tin- air In the cellar is nut clean mid put.'. It is verj essential, then, that the oellar be i.-.in ami properly ventilated. in order to keep th.' oellar in proper condition it should have a thorough cleaning every spring ami fall, a coal of whitewash made fr. m inn., applied i" th.- nails, celling anil' floor, occasionally, will be a great help in the work of renovation. If fruit and vegetables muta be kept in i he oellar, I hey should be oare- 1 fully examined every few .lays in gee that the) are not decaying Thoroi nil. mi. i be at least two screened wln down in the oellar and they should be kepi wide open the year around I., pi.. m.Ii- tin- proper ventilation, If thn house haa no cellar, have open ings In the foundation permit the air i.. circulate as it should These openings, however, must be kepi tree from refuse or they win do more harm than good. Now, after you are sure thai your cellar in clean and properly venti lated, ih.- next step is to -si'., thai the Sir In tln h.'iiKr Is eh. in. it is nmro Important thai a means of escape be provided fur the Impure air in a room than it in Hint an Intel ho supplied for the fri sh air to come In An yon know, tin- warm, Impure air In a room rises t.. the top "f the room ami remains there unless some out lei is made for it, while the fresh air comes In through narks around the doors and windows and every time a door or window Is opened new supply a let In. if window or two m each room is kepi open from top, there will be no danger f warm, Impure air remaining m room, n a window on the top I i ho hou ie an be kepi open il is a gn at In ip .is it in- escape for the whole lllll. FOR RRNT I lavenport, COR RENT- ern. l'hol -Unfurniihed rooms. 1092 But Two unfurnished 8063. FOR SALE ;-ronm house, modern. ." blooki from lihrarv. $1,600; H-rooni houae. 7 . v 1 I O lot, 4'- block! Tulsa Hotel. $:t.H0i: T-room house, hath, good barn, close in. $4350; close in covering husiness corner, 2 bouses. 8 rooms. $11,000; inn feel, choice vacant per foot fin, snap in choice tniaineaa prop, ertv flood farm for city property C L - llo'Iand Blilg Pirn BOUSES FOB BENT FURNISHED FOIl KENT FiVI rooms, furnished Smith Khrood, 4.V Phone 1881. llM.lt- 1407 CHICAGO, dan Plain an I prOVlllflni; r.'iiikc or Prices, Range of prlc for Holland, 7 and I'hone :I0N' FO KENT l ive room modern nilbad, OB South Main street. Hnlff Btabl. Phone Mini or hou f-in 1866 B, fur- month. AUTOMOBILES NEW FORD T' lURINQ linn ;ioo tniiex; a real bargain. Fivt'-paKnetiKiT Maxwell with cloc trir starter, Maxwell without starter. Ford roadster; also bargains In trucks. ANDERSEN AUTO CO. 311 North Main. Phone 333 WHEAT "pen Ilinh tow 'Iokc I May 1.38 1 '-' 1.38 l 9 k I J ii l V ... l in i 30 H 1.18 l 19 H 1 COKN May .TeVj 77T, ,T)4 ,10 Jol 77Va .78 7?t .77 i OATS - May s4s a .48 ih Jul v tli'-, . IH 1' ' - ,4.1't PORK Jan . ,,,18,78 IH 00 1" T8 1" -2 Mai . . . IS !I7 19.88 lh.'J.'i 111 2U I LARD Jnn ii lia in. (in 0 no Hi an I Mav .... 10.18 in 88 Hi 10 10.37 l unts Jan to 17 io .ii io 17 io 27 iiuy .. 10.65 10.78 io. :.2 ion; FOR SALE lernia to or (191 -One S-paeienger resKinsible party. FOB SAI.K One llnnh ronaboot Dotted State tire. Seventh and i'hone 407. $(i(i ; Mnn Foil sale or Trade One Stinlehaker in rood condition; top. etc. Phone 2210 or j2. WE II WE mine used car bargain! on easy terma. 1160 up- W. 0. Norru. Motor Sales Co. Heennd w.d IietrolL A young i i run SALE MISCELLANEOUS RtTRNISHRD ligbt boniekiaplBl rooms and furnished rooms for rein. 2 IT. '-a Ea.-t Second. Phone 318 s OliOVKS 10c 118 East Third M E Heater, tun. hed- Phone SO-t". IALR Cnmputinir scales you roR El. A N N'El.ETTE Fas' Third. Phon, 384, Night Oowns 50c. 213 POR SALE One set cenuine silver fox skin furs. Phone -1370 .1. . POR it pale -Unredeemed rdon. the Pnwnhroker over.'oata 8.7ft. ROR SALE One aet of liuht nefs Itrown & Canfield. It., stun i'hone 291 double liar 114 South Eoll BENT Flrat-ctaei niodern room, with or without hoard: rentlemen only. 314 S Elwood Phone ll-J. FOR BENT Parse front room with closet for housekeeping or ilieplng, modern. 411 West firmly Phone 4811.. I. ROB BENT - Modern, front room, partly fur nished for liitht housekeeping. Phone 4 .",3 it 120 Knuth Oamiae. FOR BENT Well furnished modern room. auitah'e for line or two gentleSMM, eloso la, Phone 4148 after 4 p. m. Follli roadster, used 1014 and 1918 Mai well, electric starter, two used trucks Andersen Anto Co Phone 333. 211 North Main aUTO ewaara, attention 1 sNire and sell cars on eosnmiaBtOB, Talk it ov.-r with me Hank's Auto Exchange, 409 41 1 East Second Phone 1T89. 1918 B-cylinder ear in aaei ' will sacrifiee car for less than cash price; if you arc Banting call oWi for demonstration. Financial Statement. NEW YORK, dan. 6. -The lalient feature of today's feverish market was its sturdy resistance tu pressure. Selling for both lie- .units was persist put. liiindation roiiverging aboni ntuneroui ipecialties, while inveatineut shares were the target of bearish Iggreallom, ( use 4n on I Lowest priees w.-ie mad! Iiy some of the po Phone Iirts I tential lea. Irs. notably I'niled States Steel, in tne linal nour oui lueava were i.n.i'.o atively moileraie in that elasa. At the oe'ivo oppnintr of tiie market galea of 1 to 3 points were made by various is sues, chiefly coppers, Lackawanna Steel and tome of the less active specialties. Heavier offering- of special descriptions, notably oils and automobile issues, gave the market another setback during the late lei sion. Prires continued to lag, almost the onlv execution being Lackawanna Ste.-l which made an extreme advance of 8 point! to Ho1,, in connection with more or lesa familiar rumors of a deal. Total sales of stock aggregated 920,000 shares. Foreign exchange was again subject to the same conditions and influences which re cently contributed to that erratic market. Bosdl were irregular with a moderate in ouirv for Anglo Frem h fives Total lalea ( .:,r value i aggregated $."..4 It) Doltad States bonds were call. apassenger g I tires, condition, half first a bargain FREE crochet and embroidery lesson, by ajnert teacher at Kistlir's Art store Thins, dav :nn Snith Bolton. Phone 1663. ':i - aell ROR SALE One 25 H P Besseiner u-in. reversible ciuii h. u 111 ni a bargain Kid-Weal Supply Cm- Phono 42' " TI'ST received a carload of atriet'y fan.y winr-ap. gano. main black, twig and Hen n.i,i ni.nies. sired, colored and flavored as onlv Bastes, county. Arkansas ,i.in at iirices an attractive you i-t placMvg Co . liberal order. Third wholesale can grow aaesol rf West, rn (irociTy ir retail. KPEIT M sale of fine Japanese china im ported goods, beautiful chocolate sets, tea arts cracker jara. nut sets, berry seta and hundreds of other nice plcres left over from big china sale In Kansas dt.-. The Kansaa Citv Furniture Co waa fnrun..te in s. curing this stock at a sacrifice, all at half price. Sale now on We have many other bergenia i furniture, rugs and other goods Partiel irllhlng to iell their hnusehold goods or to exrhana-c good! BtlU do well S lee ua. 304 ISCEIi1AI4E0US Cini.OBENS Third. DRESSES 50c. 313 East LET 178 give you figure! on painting and i'liperhantlng. Phone 1691 ino SALI' -Freah country eggs and home itvle sausage: delivered Phone 33.17 FltEF. rrnchrt and embroidery lessons by pxnert teacher at Kistlir's Art atore Thursday. 613 South H"iton Phone 1661 FX PERT watch and iewelry repairing, aloa clock! asHl! for and delivered at reduced pricei: walehet regulated free, la - Loan Co . corner First and Boaton. FOB RENT Nicely furnished room, modern, conveniently located, suitable for gentle men or business lady. I'hone 5014 after 8 p. in. FOR RENT--Furnished fron.1 bedroom to ladv employed; kit. hen privilege: refer- pnees exchanged, eu. soinn tincin sad. Plo.i e 1386 ONE Oakland 4". will make good delivery truck; one 5-passenger Henderson self start. r and electric light; one Overland i pailinger ("all Nicodemus. phone 4H) I. SEVEN passenger Mitchell auto. 1015 model. Will sell or exchange for roadster or llghl car good citv lots or good lease. W E Elliot. 42. Robinson Ap-ade Pinnies 2U31 or 8896, FOR SALE or Trade Some hlg bargains in used cara. If yon want an automobile see me. I have It' or can get it for you. lliink'a Auto Exchange, 4'I'J'411 East Second street I'hone 1700 Kansas City Produce KANSAS CITY, Jan. 5. BTTTKK, KO(iS and POULTRY I n. hanged. St. Louia Produce. ST LOI IS .Inn..-, Pol 1. 1 R Y - hok "i 1 ll'ul'Jc: springs unchanged; l.irkeis In: dU. ks 14 Ve ; geese 1 'll 12VC. HI TTER Creamery 32 'jr. BOOS- 27c. O-teate Produce. 0H0IAOO, .lan. 6. BUTTER Lower ere, mo r; 33 1 j 80 4 c. Foils' Higher rei'. lpls 2.HH1 rasps; first 3t0; ordinary firsts 27 '-j ((i 28o ; at inai'li i ases included 22 (n 380. POTATOES Receipt! 12 cara onebinfed, POI'l.TRY Alive higher. fowls 16; springs 15c; lurk.ys 18a. I llio th.. 1 II ' '.ill Ih.' prot nl. house, i The besl way to keep the air clean in the bedroom 1 t.. open thn whitlow from top ami bottom the firsl thing each i tiitir.-. Throw the bedclothes back, open th.' closet door, end irive the i."'in a thorough airing before putting it in order. Of course every one has 1 he windows In the rtorn I where he sh ops open at nlghl and keeps tin' room oooler than the living rooma "f the house. Keep the hath room clean and have t 1 - - window ..pen front top as well as bottom so iho air win rt.i outdoors Instead of I through th. house. if ihr kitchen is nol provided with sufficient ventilation, the odor of cooking goes through the wholi house, How disagreeable it i in en- ter a hi ami i..- grt toil in the front room by odors from tho Lu. inn' Bui tin- warm uAr in th kitchen has to have some outlet ami if n cannot get outdoors it will ki through tin' betise A register vi-nti-lai.ir placed .mi th.1 outside wail of the klthcen will solve tins difficulty) .it- if it is tint possible t.' havo the ventilator, every one .an at least have ih. kltohen windows lowered from tin' top while king the meala There is nothing. I believe, that so .iniiiii makes tin air In a room im pure as gas escaping from the hoat tng si. .v.' or from the lights in the 'room, The drafts in tho stove should .be examined ..fun t.. Me thai they carry the gas ami smoke up th chlmnej ami nol Into the room, it is also a good plan tn keep a dish of water mi th.- heating stove, tn keep tho air moist. where kerosene lamps an- used for lighting the lamps should never ho left with tin- flame turnori down for I his causes Imperfect combustion and Increases the lmpurl lies in Hie itlr. ir you see to it thai your family breathes pure, clean air ami drinks pure water ami that the home in supplied wnh pi. nn nf sunlight, you should he cnnsTuUiluted. You nrei .1. Ina JfOUr duty in the fullest sense nf the word as wife ami mother. Uncle Wiggily and the Molasscs Cake. Copyright, 11 by Met "inro News paper Syndicate. ii: HOWARD R, OARIfl.) "There!" suddenly exclaimed Nurse jane trusty, the muskra! lady, who kepi house f"i Uncle VVlgglly Long ears, in the hollow stump bungalow. "There! It's too had!'' "What's t.io bad?" asked Uncle VVlgglly, looking op from sum.' car rol pancakes he was eating, (or he Mas at breakfast, "This letter, which Dickie Chin Chin, the hny sparrow postman, just li ft for me," said Nurse .lane, "it la from my sister, Mrs. Water Hat, Who lives nn the other side of the dud; in fit When she He's t! pi. ml. see her." "Well, why Uncle VVlgglly. course, hut 1 little vacation. She wants me tu Hue and don't you Knl" asked "I shall miss you. of Want you lo liuve a so Irnt along. Why LIVE STOCK noli i-haiigt'il KOR r Reci tptl HOOT $1 1 1,1,1 1 RHK EP 1 50(2 - 7 " rort Worth Live Stock. WORTH, Texas, Jan. 5. CATTLK 1,800; steady ; beavei $6.00 ($ 00 Receipt! 4,000; ItTOBf. Hulk en hell l v -Vli "0 "a 0 H Receipts Mi st. -,-nly. LaSlbl Mlis Km. Am. Am. Am. Am. .tin. Am. Am Am. Anu. STOCKS AND BONDS NX Chalmers Beet .Sugar 0a Car A Kdy. Looo, . . Ootton oil Smelting. . yugar . . . Tel. Tel. Tol.ncco. .So 7 Copper itcalaon At. toast 1"7 Lin. 1 IH i.4 KOR BALI or Trade One t-pilienfer Vitrlnll 41. one R nasnenger Mitchell I'OR RKXT- Light houmkeening rooms on fi-ttfi, nr, B-pBiaanmr K. M. 10, one Max first floor, front anil back entrance, no wf roadster, good delivery car: one 1 W 1 4 cliil.lren: $4 ,50 per week. 41S West Rlnthiyord touring car. All machine! In good street Phoni 41.4 1 shane What have you! Let s get t. . : .,i.... full RK NT- One or two ei turiiihe. , g' 1 " rooms in iisice. rent preferred. modern reasonable Phone 2 IHB home. close every conven in : gentlemen HOTKI. I.KORAXD formerly Aimed hotel. under new management, newh- furnished, fiO roomi. hot and cold water, located . enter husiness district: ratra per week, $3 md up. 14 Kast Second. 011 HUH or '.1" Ask for Itrown HOl'SKS FOR KKNT LIVE STOCK FOR BAI,R Jersey cow Phone 5787. fTilt SALE Oenenl purpoie hone. Phone :iR4. KOK SAI.K ware Co. Bulldog pup!. Nichols Hard- KOK SAI.K RMU sow ind 8 Askew. 114 North Henver. pigs. A. C. FOB 8ALE Two weight 1.000 Ibi. R646. good delivery each : rity broke horses : Phone KOK SAI.K sows. If. fairgrounds. -Two fine Dnroc Jeraey brood H. Brown, one mile north of FOR HALF 4 voting mires with foal. 2 good work horse. S.0O0 Ibi. ; 4 young mulea. alao wagon and harness. Mayfielu ttarn. 112 Frankfort street. OFFICE AM) STORE ROOMS for pale. Five rooms, modern; lo cated 923 North Cheyenne; possession at once. For price and terms see iLAnns bios. IT'S CHRAPIR to move than to pay rent; we do the moving, ''age Transfer ii Stor age Phone 16H8 APARTMENTS POR RENT FOR RKNT - Furniihed 8 room modem apartment, close In heat, light and water furnished, 5. Photie MHO HOARD AND ROOM ROOMS younf ()18 R. and board, one room notable tor men. 715 South Usui Phone TRANSFER AND STORAGE in . 95 ' . 4l'J'i . ITS 111 Bald. Loco B. ft O Beth. Steel B R. T Can. Pacific ('. ft O ( . M A St P C. K. I ft P. R Consul. Has . . . t'rue. Steel . . . Erie 4-?! (Jen. Electric .173 (Ir. Nor. Pfd . ,lta Or. Nor. O. Ctfa 40 Vi 111. Central ... 107 Int. (on. Corp Int. M. M. Pfd. 77 M K. C. South L. ft N log A- Myers . . i 'i.illlurd Co. . HOtfcl 'as, Petrol. . 74 a, M , K A T Pfd r.7 'i, Mo. Pacific .... t6Vi Natl. Lead . . K, 1 . I'. N.V., Nil A II Y ft W Noi III Pacific. . "ennsy Ivaniu . . Reading Rep I ft Steel Sea. Air Line . . Sea. A I. Pfd . Bloaa, s s 1 outh Pacific . . South. Ry 111 IS7 21,(1 1 hii 11BV4 17 MS mau BSUISoatn, Hv lul U Slud. Corp 17 Tenn. Copper 141 l'e as Co . . . tt7iCuion Pacific 7 ti U 121 ig 117 1 SSI M 17 1 K 62 101 99 M Pfd (i'l l ,,a4 ' 1 's a. S. Rubber I . S Steel. . . . fj I Steel Pfd.. Va. Caro. Chem V. Pfd. B Ctfs Weal. L'nion . . . Weal. Electric. . I'niled Fruit 22-4 188 ji RI 4 1I7-, I - 1 2 III S COTTON 1 ui New York Cotton. NEW VORK. Jan. 8 . A further big id enlng of differences between European and American markets was tin- feature m I OH! 3 cottun market. Prices here only resnonded to a sensational advance pool with March contract! tailing up to 12.89c, reading lo 12 :2c ul closing at 12.58c. The general list closed ateady it I net advance of 4 tn IH pointa. Liverpool showed idvmret of over 3D American poiri's in both spots and future at the hour of the local opening with : in crnsing ipot demand, including larger tales for export. The local market opened steady al an advance of 5 to 11 pointa with jaav iry contract! lelllng at 12 30c, May at lt.79l !nd July at 12 ii;ic on the call Liverpool waa a heavy buyer here, particularly of the near months anu mere aiao wis some sup , 1 .!,. 1 -I I Kansaa City Live Stock. KANSAS CITY, JftB S HOGS Receipt! 18,000; higher; bulk $8.806.80; beivj 88.7008.80; packers and batebari $0 ,80j li -11 light tii..V)fa ..": pig! I'i.'iIMo '- I '. cattle- Reeelpt; 8,000; itrens lo higher; prime fed steers 88.500.25; dreiied beef steers 8.T6a98.8; loathern ste.-rs 95.806.75 ; cows $ I m'mii n 7.. ; bilfen 88.0090.00; itockeri 5.50f.OO RHRRP Receipt's 1.. Alio: higher; lambs 80. 00 0.50; yearlings 17.5008.40; wethers 8.637.3B; ewea 5.S08)S.SO; stockeia 14.959 1 ii5. Chicago Live Stock. OHtCAOO, .Inn I. KOOS Receipt! r.o. 0O0 : strong; : to in cuts higher: bulk (ll.7(lc4 7.0(i; light ((1.50(6,05; heevj 16.88 'n 7 1"; rough 18.8008.70; pigs (8-75 Q 6,68 CATTLE Receipts 17,000; firm. Nativ.. beef steers 6.859l8.0v; western Item (,808.10 rows and htifera :t liiii M.45: calves $7 OOQ m.7".. SHEEP Receipt! 17,000; strong- wethira (6.7507.26; ewel (4.75Cfl6 75; lambs (7 75 (a I" 25. I tell Vnothfr Sherlock, Mother "Bobb!, come here have SomethlrK awfully nice to you." iirilihie (URe six) "Aw I don't rare. 1 know what It Ix. Hik brother's home from colltM." Mnther "Why. Bobble, how could you KtK'.HB?" Bobhlc "My bank don't rattle any m ore." did 1 OU say It i tOO mikI '.' ' "Because 1 was fotni to stay home today and bake you the molasses cake 1 promised," spoke Nurse Jane. "Anil if I km 0) my Slater'i I can't Lake it. Uncle WlaRltj whistled throufh his ears, and scratched his whiskers, "I illl n't think about that," ho aid "i am very fond of molasses cake. However, you oan Lake It when vmii come back. Yea, thai will ih. nicely, Trot along!" So Nurse .lane Pussy Wuaay trotted aliitiK' tO vlnlt her sister, Mrs. Wit. 1 Rat, intending to be gone all day. And, when nhc had be. n gone half the morning, Uncle Wiggily suddenly laughed to himself, clapped bisi pawi together and cried out; "That h the Idea' I II do II and Jane, Let me find 1 laughed, and I'll b by myself ike a 1110 I'm s"re lie Waa tin- Finder. One of the teachem In a Chicago School la very particular about keep Inx the pupilH fully employed during uartia'lly 1 Htudy hi.urn. One day he saw some In Liver iiiiipIIh iinoeeiiiiled. whereupon he a- HiKned them to takst, and then he MHid, blandly, "Ton know, boys, that Satan finds work for Idle hands to do." . Close teoond, I heard today that your aon was undertaker. I thought you told he wax a phvalclan, ' Not at all." 1 don't like to contradUt, but I.'" positive you did say so.' surprise Nurse the cook book, lasses eake all 1 can do it'" Now, once or twice before, (Tncle Wiggily had tried to make a eake or Die. and he bud not done It very well. Once he put the hickory nut -hells in ,i eake, Instead of tho nut -meats, and again he made a Jack 0' lantern oul j of M pumpkin Instead ol tting n up for plO. And now he was Hiunr; to make a molasses eake, or at least try. ! Very well, but let ua see whal hap pens, niy children, as they aay in j story books. Uncle Wiggily found the cook book and read from it how to make a tii" lasses . ake. I forgot all it told him tn put iii, but 1 know tin re was sugar and flour and water and let me see. I'm f thing, ('mi. ni course' Molasses, to In Mire. Certainly you have to put molasses in molasses cake, though tin y don't put cottages In Co'' Ige pudding as fur as I know. Anyhow, 1'ncle Wiggily Rot to gether all the things the COOk book told him he needed, and. putting "n one of Nurse Jane's aprons, ho Lo gan to work In the kitchen ol tie hollow slump bungalow. "Now, I must get this cake just right." said I'ncle Wlggilv, "..r Nurse Jane Will laugh at me for trimg to make It. I'll keep looking in the book every once In a while and tin 11 I'm sun- to li" right." Holding the book In on.- paw. I'm Ie Wiggily ued his other paw to mix the stuff together for tin cake, "Let mo aeo now." Raid tho rabbit gentleman, "It. says to pour in two cups of molasses. Well. I'll do that." He held the Jug overt a CP to measure out the molasses, and, nt th. same time he kept his eyes on the pi . i- of the cook book if he would not make a mistake. And. the first thing i'ncle Wiggily knew, some thing had happened. He felt a funny feeling down around his legs, and there he had gone and poured the molasses all over the floor and him self. Instead of In the teacup. "Oh, dear!" cried the rabbit gentle, man. "That conies of trying to pour out the sticky stuff when I was look ing at the book. I didn't watch what I waa doing. I should have k pt my eye on the molasses. Oh, dear: Oh. denr!" And well might he say so. for he HII all stuck up. His feet WOTS M stuck to the floor by tho molasses th,.; Uncle Wigglv could hardly raise than up to walk. have ;i COnnlptll back." ii'- started to walk acri kitchen, Lul he could nardly moVO, for II was .old weather, you know. and molasses IS 111. He sticky then llian al any other time of the year. And then, all ai onee, came a knock on 1 the door. j "ih, If that should be Nurse June:" 1 though! Uncle Wiggily "Rat-a-tat-tat!" went the knock. I And then a voice etled: "Phase I hurry and open the door, Uncle Wig- glly. for 1 0111 cold out hen. Mother has sent you over some molasses cake:" "Who are you?" asked i'llele Wig gily. "Jennie Chipmunk." was the an swer. "Please hurry:" "I'm bin tying as fast as I can," I'lisie Wiggily said. "It's the mo lasses that makes pC SO BloW," Finally he open. . I the door, and oh: bow Jennie Chipmunk laughed when she saw the bungalow kitchen all so molassesly slu.'k up. But Jen nie was a real kind little chipmunk, and she got warm water and helped wash up the floor, while I'ncle Wig gily himself, putting on rubbers so he would nut track tho molassei all over, t.iok a bath In a tub. "I guess I won't try to ma lie any molassei cake," he said to .linnle, when he was all nice and dry again. I'll eat the one your mother tent." "Perhaps that would be best," agr 1 the utile giri animal, with Stripes down her back. Then I'nclo I W iggily gave her a lolly pup, anil Jen- nie tan home. And when Nurse Jane came back Uncle Wiggily told her all that li.ul happened. And Nurse Jane So thtv teaches us that old rabbit gentlemen should nover try to make molasses cake with a cook bonk In one paw; and if the jumplng-Jacki . I. -isn't frill out of the wlndOU and tickle the roller akale so that It meeses i ll tell you next about Undo Wiggily and the big snowball. siiMI N I ION l. "Do nii pki 1 m tn h y. 1 in ' Need 11 Job? - Sam," a) s llaon. in the January Woman's Homo Companlan Secretary of Labor Wil liam 11. Wilson says; "if you want a job ask Uncle Sam. If you want an employe, ask I'ncle Sam. Thi aervict is free. Distance is ami cinnamon I no object, your postmaster will act rgetting s.iine. I as employing agent and the govern ment will do the rest. "The national employment bureau, operated under the auspices of thi de. partment of labor, will receive appli cations for employment from any in dividual in the United States; it is ready to find help for employers. The object is not only to bring tin 'per sunless' job and the 'jobless' person together, but to put the right person In the tight place. It is one of the big gest Hums the governmenl of the United Stal. s lias ever undertaken. "1 earnestly commend the facilities of this bureau, not only to any and all employers but to all Individuals seek ing work. Women can make use of it as freely and readily as men. The suc cess of the entire plan now depends upon the willingness with which tho average wage earner seeking a posi tion will make use of 'he government's aid In getting tho Job. "The department of agriculture and the postoffice department are both CO : op rating with the department of ! labor to make the project a success. Employment blanks have been sent to all postmasters of the country and to every Held agenl of the department of agriculture. Thi se blanks may be had upon request, employers will stale upon them the number and kand of employes tiny ate in need of, and employes will specify in turn the kind of work tiny want 11 makes no dif ference whal kind "f work it is; It may be housework, stenography, ia l ining, bricklaying, cooking, dosses lie help. The blanks will upon their return be assorted ami classified, and than the department of labor through Its division of information will make Its effort to bring the wage-earner and tho Job together.