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TULSA DAILY WOULD. WKDNKSDAY, NOV. . 1913.
L MILITARY RULE TO RUN TULSA MORALS Conditions Mont ',,n,,,rn Vrfln Standard or Arniy Will Take I'hargo of INillcInK IW JOVERS MANY ACTIVITIES HiXi'l- anil Cafes Must !! 'loan, No U'ir To He Sold and KooinliiK IlllUMfH MllSt lltf SlMdU'MM. , tcp : inv. 'u."tll..n li.i It weeks to gel HI t lie I in hm,. h.iw i clean, an .irmy . . f f i . the ui'K"st ,i,ri ih.it made iff l.y t hi .hvih'i with a unun ut Mil 'J' Hun of Ui. s" . :,!(.' v. those tri :;i r ,i 'i ! . !,. . pro.trh hi inn posted .i! Will In. pci I n It L- i i.i f,, nii inilir iti.I 1 1 t : j- ami cafes w: to i liinni.iU' i 'ei y u:t Hon. I- ood I,, is to In' i est, or a Holii.i't i . : buy It. Those it i tuamlard lire k;hii ; Whll'll IS III III' IHi.x'.imI K 1 ' i r.o for 1. 1 I i-i r : f . I . .m l i y li.iw- bt ri i. .t.. I a i s: m.i City Briefs Mi S-b'l I I XII il 1 be full. in .in.) In n - . ! I t.l .rif the credit c.ird : ! in t iii-ki' 1AX J. fl.WISSoN In h ll to uri-und ni:.i:n af:ir a fiw ibivV ci-n- riiii-tiii-n:. following an attack f ar.ii. nl.'T indigestion. i - ! SI-.ll'iT HAY M. SIII'KKY has ur .1 on rlv-1 froni .i-irt News. a., to Mull- I Spend il level, il .l.-im' li.nvi. Willi hi i i'n e i Mil ;li- i ! y I. i r K'i i ' ' 1 1 i ; 1 1 : y , w -! ri'.iiil ii f ! Iii-lr r-i i !1!!IK It til i ! I . I f-t.'M.N .'f , pic. in. Il I" ; Foch Congratulates Ivrshtna on Advance Made by Our Troops GRANDMOTHERS DYING AT UNPRECEDENTED 'i'lu-r.i .ii. I sulum Th" war department wants to lim.w a whole lot ahout Tulsa. 1 secretary 'of war and the army ff.r.r have uken a very keen in- ,ii nucarii to now ,uisa con .nici.ll affalra, wheUicr it la ,.iv . n any particular us m ouuze unu i;,i .iii.l il has called mi authorities at Kendall unit S. A. T. L". to itivi .i 1 the inside infoi illation ut l.jn.l "ii l way to behave when KiiU.im are around. lr I'riSl S. I'llnton, surgeon for tfie Kendall unit, has a question naire from tho surgeon general of the army '!lat gets into things all thi- i from vice o Vandalism; nioram to muiih; booze t() baerillis. The Kendall surgeon will be buy fur !! gathering the statistic the (Tovirnmeiit demands. l-oll-iwlnir the establishment of the S. A. T. I", us a certainly ul Ki-n-lal. ihe govt rrimetit demands rertsm rules ami regulations, itover Ir.g irnl only the vice situation, but n coi a to the food und drink rai- jior iu i: into the hotel und rooming i houM and f Mends even into the I pri' is chanced for the ordinary pur- chani s of the embryonic fnjhliiiK i nun who are noing- to school at the tehet of the military eslabllshment. Itirid enfori-euient of reKulatlons pruti'iiiiih' tlwse men from every and ,11 entitaminatlnK Influence will tie ilf mi.nl-d I he Kvernmeni w in-inquire a.- to the police' di partment, im efficiency In ellmlnat.in; ' ciitn-meri-ialixed vice, the conol of hoo.e n,l what is dom; In regard to Kanih lin If the police department can't cope with the ultuatlon, the army ffdiem have a way of throwing a nn.itarv police system over a city that d ies wonders in the safeguard ing of Ihe soldier, other cities with S. A. T l'. units have felt the stronK rm of the government, and have heen awakened to the sensi- of re iponeihillty demanded by military nfrmeitv. If th'-re is a lid In Tulsa, and If it tilm ever so Utile, agents of the gov ernment know It, and very prompt action is taken. The army officers have a habit of acting, and then ac cepting explanations that those In control might make. The army has heard that It's too easy In Tulsa for soldiers to get booze. They don't llko It, and an DUOFOLDS 20 Discount AT Stock Ilrdm-inff. Money Raising Kale places only permitted to din l'nifiieerlng Is also pp.hihlted. A Hoiiiier malting a . uii.p ami again', j a merchant or busiiun house ufi over-charge gel.s a hurry up. rail! from an army off:, . r. mile the i-harg.- 1- .l..--prni'i.. i l.larl. 1 mark la put .uam.-i tin. ir stit hi j,,n, Ulld Hoi, her lito-nn-eK .oi iiMVlieie. i And the g..v. ! nn.. n- ,, mi t ar- I Cept Ihe ol, "f .iri.i.Oir. I -.wdellre i Is dumandrtl, au.t iinl.i-.e in uniii,: the aei-iiseil ar ga.-.leii an guiliyl until proM-n li.u .' i.t .,111,1 ihe de-I 'endimt has to put up tin. evidence I beyond a ipieHtiou ,t ilnuht. : 'lee and k nidi e 1 i imetits v 1 1 1 I have hard s!eil,lu,i; ,n Tui.-.i so mug as the army runs things nut at Ken dull. MISS MARGARET WILSON HAS ARRIVED IN FRANCE; I'AKIS, Nov. ,ri-.M, Margaret 1 Woodrow Wilson, daughter of the' president of the I'nlted Utites, has arrived in I'rance in the iiniforiu of the Y. M C. A., I ke.l f..r a mini year to sing In the tren -hes an ! camps to the soldiers of ihe I'niied states und In r allies in I'ranr-e, Unit land nnd Italy. The presnlenis daughter Is accompanied 1-y Mrs Kose ImvIiI, h'-r a mranist, arid Itfiss liavul, tenor, who' e.us Mi-s Wilson's teacher for eais. The party is currying with It a smull portable organ on which Mrs. ' David plays Miss Wilsons nrrom punlments Itefore leaving for' I'rance recently Miss Wilson gave a rehearsal of her concert before the president and his family circle at the white house. Mi-s WINoti will travel as a regular entertainer ac-; ceptlng no special coitrtisy. How ever, she will probably be presented to l-resldetit roineAire. Kings (ieorge, Victor and the allied lenders. miss wiisons trip to the camps parents, Mr. an. I Mrs T. .1. Mien y - FRANK M. Il-lUdl.l-' bus returned from Kuns. is I'ity, where he was called by the death of his brulher-iii-law, W. u. Whltcomh. t !' S II i :N It V. w ho hn4 been 111 for several days, suffering from pneii luouia. is reported to be improving - I - A '. l'AVi:.M" HtT has return. ,1 to town alter .-pending the past III! d.iv.s on Ins Arkansas larin. I K. M. M TWIII.IN left yesterd ly for bis rari.'h tiear t 'iareiuore, where he will leiiiain for a week. ... ... HAN'AUA.N, an employe of City I ill company, died yes ll:4.i. of pneumonia. The 'my the .ff t. ( There miiit hi. pi j boys in training for ( the time he-nore,! e: I grandmother. In get hall game, is be'ng w ork. j limit In the- art'iv ramps j the nation; In fart, the d among grandmothers is mu rate: f..r lead " !1, V-s... . -,t IT. Willi I'l I I ' M ! N i i : ; Ii i y I ;.- r ,, M I., KI.'W AliMY S I.I.I -I X -I, il 1'oi'h ha- sent !t-ii gt am to tt-ueral I" -n 1 1 t he f.ist .-TV . I I the at!.' I to all over ath rate h hii. In-r the firlnr. I :li ...in 1 1 ul I. lav of the gl "I ai.i vv a i nte-f V. will lake pluee tomorrow M he let, I. ,y a full. : .1 1 tiloru.i.g. I I" STKKKEI.. age f.6 years, dud at I,.h home, :'u9 West Walnut, yes terday morning at 11 o'clock. The funeral will be today til 3:3U in Kohe Hill cen. i tery. - I - Ti: (".AI.IiNS of Jamaica ging. r w t.x the nit result of u raid yester-I il iy afteinoon by (.Nonstable i hinles! i Ho r.-t on the l.i'ierly drug store on Hast slerolld street. . A. I". IrW'IS of Independence, Kan., superintendent of Ihe Stand ard A-ph;ilt Al- Keflmmr I'd, was ti.ins,ict:iig lni.-:niss with the Kmp.rc pei.pl.. of Tulsa estenlay. I JAMKS J-.K ruol'Klt. aged 8 vears, died at the home of his faljier ' K rooper, in W est Tulsa yester ; day. h victim of Influenza. Funeral serviccs will be held ai Oakluwn cemetery today ut 10 o'clock. - SHKINFItS of the Akdar Temple at Tulsa will not gather their autumn harvest of iioviits until November llu. l-'estlvi ties were postponed from November 16, an previously an ; lisunced, bi'i'-uise of the Influenza epidi ink:. I MISS Ai' STAli K WT.ATI I KK, 'general Y. W. ('. A. secretary, hue ! returned from r.arllesvllle wheie I -lie spent Saturday meeting with the than the ci-ualtv list on line Mrs F In Hi., t tot iv seer. home serv Ire, 1 1 i es il I I li'll'LT.'iril'l to a-ret t.llll til ttie passm.? of seme re cestui- of Mime -oldie desirous of oltt uiilni; long furl. nigh to attend the funeral Telegrams ..f this tvpe liive li.-cotm- so common sli the nr-w uriuy ru! I tic that n soldier cannot obtain i i furlough home unle-s In uin- of Nov.",.:.. r I v i .t i v a ; i e.i.l have as -: i -i I i I he v ahu of t li. it I an I t.i the energy 'l". ' T III. t!OHi-, tt-HUll.S - a l.ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 r t . i n r e . h.i 1 i' lo send v mi my .' r r 1 1 n ions mi l he t In i ei at lolls ' et irv of 'be lllv -evel.il he f.n Is of ev.-r.-'l no hoy v bo i4 silffh-lelltlv Yimlt rfiUlt to Conduct Xcgotiatinns for Huns M ( I ei . ' ' ' fe. I i lir i ' nils' II the P 1 : l : I - ..ru M. ,. v i I ha' l ii n il iiT II i,l I'H, will :.'ii iti. .us n front. i .ermiinla , ral v ui Win- , n mihtary ul- t conduct the for i .ei ninny im i pennies in i-.urope is trie re. ',,,.,, w.lr wrk ,.ommitteei. Miss suit of a tour of the iirmy ramps of starkweather reports that the lur- thls year, accom- i!,.sviiiH camD.iiKti will to over in good shape. the Fnltcd States panled by Mrs. David nnd Ma)or I'orterf)aks of Snn Antonio, Texas, as her military escort. Miss Wilson sang In nearly every ramp and port In the I'nlted States giving more than 100 concerts in Y. M. (.'. A. and K. of C. huts to hundreds of thou sands of soldiers, wtu have been so Insistent that she sing for them overseas that she consented, arrang-1 f lng through T. S. McMain, chairman of the entertainment section of the Y. M. ('. A. tn givo a year of her time and talent to the men who are bringing victory to the allied armies. And now they say the Spanish flu Is nothing hut the old-fashioned grip with a scarp thrown in. Which, by the way. is not far from the truth. MISfl lXiitOTIIV I.KAff, who 1ms b.eii head stenographer in the of fice of the county attorney since the latter part of June, has accepted a position in' the sales department of the Mul;'o. (ill company. Hhe ex perts to assume her new dutjes in-a days I MISS FRANCIS f'KAia. chief 1'. It. X. operator for Cosden Co., has been accepted for lied Cross can teen work and expects to leave for New York, preparatory to sailing. In a few day. Miss Craig wan Ihe first lady employe of the Cosden com pany and h is been In the eervloe for five years. She was given a fare- death, that a stereotyped wire of lntiiliy. hi..- the following. Is being Used fniip Travis. Texas lit ported hero that gra ml mm her if Nniih Ii dead. Ascertain hour of funeral and wire If soldier should come. Sii'tn- I, Fiwri-nee ltoagher, Assistant I P !,l Director" After l 'J I. lop!. one calls to pos sible relatives, and several hours spent !n fruitless search to ascertatti whether the rase might tie an actual death or no, the following telegram was sent to Camp Travis list night "Tulsa Is a town of Trunin Inhabi tants. Went to draft board, postnf fire. city direi tory. I'nable to lo cate address of Noah failed all undertakers. Found at Western 1'nion that .ol lirown of North Denver li.nl s.-nt wire failed on all the Drowns on North Denver. JOoked up nnd down the stre-t for crepe. Advise. Mrs. Ilallie (inlay. Secretary of Home Service, National Ued. Cross " A Ej. I A L M A iFsER VICE! S PROVING GREAT SUCCESS fllbu ICll'.ilHllJ'N ('celt. That the air mail service now op erating between New York, 1'hila delphla and Washington Is radiat ing out to a large number of cities was disclosed by an announcement published recently by the I'niied Mites postr.ff.ee d VJIWI.ITY SKKVIC hTYI.r. PltK 10 $2S MmSf AT 50 XKW VOHK IIIC.a(iO Vl KAXSAS flTV TI I.SA 415 South Main St. FEATURING SUITS .00 rpQ !) (Values From $35 to 75) Many of the season's smartest styles tn the most wanted mate rials have been specially selected to make these values among the most sensational of the season. An inspection will prove more than profitable. partment, show ing the trains that connect with the mail planes from Important cities In New York, Connecticut, New Jer sc"V. 1'cnnsylvanla. Delaware, Mary land nnd Virginia. In making this announcement the postoffice points out that mall mat ter dispatched from Washington ns late as 12 o'clock noon Is delivered before the rloso of business on the same day In New York city. If spe cial delivery railroad mall Is used the letter must he posted In Wash ington not later thin 0 o'clock to be delivered the same day In New York city. In other words, the v ernge business man who reifhes his office at 9 o'clock cannot answer his morning's, mall and secure delivery of his reply In New Y-ork city on the same day, except by using the nlr mall. The air mall service Is now operat ing like clockwork. The mull Is car ried In six standard mallplanes, built by the Standard Aero corporation of Kll7,abeth, N. J., especially for the ; postnfflre. As new air routes are established It Is the Intention of the postoffice i i department to announce additional I schedules of railroad connections, so ! that aa wide a. section of the coun- try as-possible niuy profit from each muil route. : I Famous Porter Turns His. Talents Toward Writing of Scenarios FROCKS SPECIAL FOR TODAY AT- 15 A score of styles to choose from in Georgette , Combinations, Satins Messa lines, etc. in a beautiful range of colors and sizes to $15.00. 16 to 44. Reduced Andrew, the colored Janitor at Hie emergency Ked Cross hospital, has broke out again In a new place ho has turned practical "joker. A horn clown, furnishing amusement for the entire estab lishment without helnif aware of the fart, although as sad and moluncholy in appearance ns a ireiit Dane, he has determined to brighten his life and that of tho nurses by "cracking Jokes." F.arly Sunday morning, Mrs. II. I-:. Cury, Kuperlor-in-chlef, and huslne.sa-llkc to the euro, held a long telephone, consultation with "Dr. Veager" of Muskogee, who had heard of her great work at the hospital and wished to bring a small boy over, a musical prod igy, to sing for tho nurses and In fluenza patients. Mrs. Carey was delighted, and even spared the time from her' busy morning to listen to three v.-rses of a popular song, over the telephone. The voice was not un usual. Its chief recommendation being that It was strong enough to shatter the glasses on the com missary shelves half way across the ward, but being of a natural ly kind and sweet disposition, she encouraged the little one by invit ing him over that same after noon. The old adage that feathered bi peds of similar plumage emigrate gregariously proved true tli.it. morning when trouble of yet an other kind appeared when the electric light system went on Un burn, plunging the entire Institu tion in semi-dark neos. "Don't you mind, girls." soothed the motherly little superintendent, "we'll get along If It Is dark. There's someone thinking of us working up here In th" dark. A little boy Is coming up to sing f .r us right away. 'J hat will brighten us up." Fxritemcnt ran high In-erest was divided between the hov song ster und the Inlereytitie Musko gee doctor, until Andrew couldn't hold It any longer, and had to take Mrs. Drown, supervisor of nurses. Into his confidence. He was Inch the physician and the 1 " y with Hie wonderfil vi.ire. II.. l. i 1 slipped out w hile the nurs- s weren't looking, plumed from a nearby drug; store. changed bis voice and artua.'lv si tig for M r. Carey, and then ri-siim:ng b.s rob fif "Dortor Yeager." had made an appointment for bin. self at the hospital that, afternoon. Mrs. Carey preti mis now- tli.it she knew it was Andrew all the while; meantime. Andrew has gained such rotl f idein-,. .n 1,1ms. -If as an entertainer that he has writ ten a play, which he Intends to have enacted by amateurs of Hi" colored race, the p.-on eds to go to the Ked Ciuns for iu entertain ment fund H ANA. government ho 111'"! III of in, pi "-oil nti 1 1 it , pllbllsht .1 in tie lino i, inn v . f. The Ciibsn iceognlr.'d the bel i -echo Solvuks A ' to this effert was ff liia I l ia.etle this Xegrocs Want Spoils Tal.-u The plrsl.b I'-iim for pe.n t war will not damn to ihe i- s-s t ,l M' g, ukU . Nov. a. 1U18 I ul s ai misiire provls- Iu this Ko-ralled world ! -e w oi th a i ontineiltal : Anient an families un- ttie first spoils, ui the) m I m f.n tors employed in the war pi o"o'ani,i. I speak for my race - the negro W e want eviiv' cent of the net value bedongini.- to us In accordance with the old histoi leal privilege of the spol's belonging to the victor From r,'7.'i to 11MH 143 years during son n wars the negroes have hern pott nt factors of the victors and nil of the spoils have been seined by the w hile victors, and now la due time f'i settlement. We demand this settlement on the basis of the religious, social and po litical divisions made by the law de partments of the nation and en forced I. v the executive depart menta. The democratic party Is largely responsible tor the adverse clrcnm si.mris of ihe n'-gro rare In the I'nlted Statin Now, If that party does fall to recompense the negro from the spoils coffers of this war It will blot the nation's history with a more damnable problematical crisis than there has been at any time In the past. ItF.V K. JOHNSON, Station No. . Tulsa. Okie,. IRON BEDS 25' ; Discount AT Slock Hrsluclng, Money liaising bale CLOSING OUT SALE Of All Ladies' High Grade FOOTWEAR Except Dorothy Dodd Shoes Starts at 9 o' Clock This Morning Sale $18 Ladies' soft kill il-inrh Hoots with ItRht liunil-tur n sole und full Louis kill covered heel; a beauty for dress wear, as it comes in Silver Gray. Tobacco lirown, Nut Itrown, Ivory and Mack Kid ; to close out at $12.85 $l.r Indies' Footwear with a neat full Louis heel, receding vamp and hand turn sole. This comes in a very hiKh grade soft kid leather in the following colors: A rich Brown, Bat tleship Gray, Ivory, Mahog any, White and lllack hid; to close out at $10 Ladies' new Fall Iiffota in light welt sole and leather Louis heels; a. very nerviceable ahoe for most any oc casion. It eomes in the following col ors: Pearl Gray, Champagne, White, Mahogany, a rich dark Brown arid Black Kid. The black is Dorothy Dodd make. To close out at $10.85 $6.85 $8 Ladies' and Grown Girls' Military Boots with light welt soles and medi um, long vamp. They come in Mahog any, Brown, Gray, Black and Tobacco Brown. To close out (jj gfj $6 Ladies' two-tone Boots; also a few numbers , in Black Kid button with leather Louis heels; special for quick dispdHafat U UUW VV TV 4 lill ?!?'' $3.85 See Our Line of Men's $6.85 Footwear That Makes Our Enor mous Trade Increase TURK BROS. 318 South Main Tulsa's Largest Shoe Distributors r VALUE AND WORTH IN THESE SPECIALS f t (V Women's Dres&es at $8.95 Outing Flannel Special 4,000 yards of fine grade outing flannel. Regular 3fc yard; goes for rest of this week at 28c Canvating Muslin 4,500 yards of canvasing muslin; 36 inches wide. Spe cial rest of this week at 10c (By the bolt, yard 9c) Bath Towels Special For rest of this week we of fer bath towels at following prices Regular 35c values at 24c Regular 4.r)C values at . .35c Reg. r0c liuck Towels at 39c Reg. 2.r)C Hack Towels at 20c For the remain Jer of the week we offer one lot of choice styles In (1 reuses. In (he new effects so much desired. Kvery dress In th lot Is worth honorable mention, but space does not permit see them In person today. NoTClly mid fccrjre Iresw Prloril as Follows: $16.45, $18.75, $24.75 and $29.75 House ' Dresses A ci'iil purehMsn of fine house dresses will be offered for the re mainder of this week at very low pries. Ilex- uir y vai- $2.69 ues for .... Suit Specials for This Week For the remainder of this week we offer special the following vulues In women's and mlNM-s' fine suits: Ueirular suit values nt $1.1.00 KeKular t.l'i no suit values nt $27. .1(1 Itoi;iiliir Ml mi suit values nt $3.1. IMI Kegular 1 7 Win -nit vulues at $.":. AO Plush Coat Specials , Regular $35 Plush Coat at $24.85 Regular Coats $45 Plush at $32.50 Regular $60 Plush Coats at $37.50 Regular $75 Plush Coats at $55.00 TiiorsAMis or hkistm.vs II ANDKI H( Kil l S A veritable nvulanchn nf Christmas hanri lerchiefs, In all sizes and styles, rnni;lii from the very cheapest to the very finest made. . . ,6c, Iflc, 1.1c. 20r, 2.1c, .15c nnd 6O0 Ibnei! llaiidkcn'tilcfs (me lot of ri'tfill.tr 11 boxed handkerchiefs. ."..Id fiir remainder of this week 7tr hit fx $1 Hi $2. .10 nt . ( ith r boxed hiinillii Children's Gingham Dresses One lot of children's g i n g h a in dresses; long sleeves; regular $3.25 grade. Special Other gingham dresses lar $1.75 values at in regu- $1.45 Millinery Specials One lot of street hats In values from $12 fiO tt f IS, have been assembled In one 4.10 lot for this week's sellliiK at JlV one lot of CO trimmed hats worth from t7.no to $ 12.no, ko In one lot for trj your choice at r A showliiB of the new arrivals In children's tailored huts; modes will be C'T Cfl featured at price HOYS' RMj: I' A NTS In hoys' knee punts, clocks here nre Me otl't to rinlie All Kl7.es una prices rai.KC $'. $ I ", 1 up In ... . ii; s swK.vrr.KN Will be offered fur remainder ef we.-k nt following prices: I'.i-K.iiar $3 sweaters flJO Att iil.ir $4 .'.0 sweat-nt ruiiir ii v fwe.it- a4 ne $3.50 $3.95 MI'.VS ovKfico.vrs In men'n overcoats the best val ues in many seasons are offered. 1 Ine all wool nisterlals. Priced spncinl this week $10. $111, $20, $22..10 $2.1 to . . ,u HOYS' 81' ITS One lot of boys' suits. ARes K to 1H years. Assorted pftLterns Kefrular $(", so values fur. $12 .", $40 $5 it rs at this week's selling. . . . Other Hoys' Suit H IV H SO, $10, $12.10 and $ 1 3. H.I, mi.n'k faitj srrrs This week wo offer men's reg ular IJ0 suit In the new fall patterns. Finely tailored and a special value at the QC price of IH.OO Other Men's Suits nt $1(1 .Id, $IH.7.", $22. KO, $2.1, $27.0 lo $ MF.VS SI MKTS Men's flannel i-hlrts priced spe. cIhI for this week at $2, $2.95, $3, $3.50 Men's Silk Shirts One lot of silk Khlrts hmmht in "itcl.il purchase nnd including all the late piitt.-rns and (edorlnRs. A rcRiilur $6.50 value for rest of this $5.95 week at Oilier Press Shirts nt DHo, $1 '!.", $l..10 to $:!.:,(). 1 fH POPULAR PpjcE STORE SHOE SPFXIALS Women's Queen Quality shoes. In grays, field mouse, brown nnd white. Full Louis heel, 9 Inch tops. Values to $11. for rest of this $19 week at JAfc Women's Queen Quality shoes. In black, brown and sray. Louis heels. Regular $10 and $12 values, for rest of this week at CO Cn $8.05 ami J.OU Women's Queen Quality phoes. In military lasts. Hrowns, pray and Mack. Priced for rest of this CIO week $7. $8, $10 und P Men's King Quality shoes In kangaroo. Blacks or brown. KnulLHh. straight and swln lasts. Kegular $13.50 values, for rest of this CQ Cf) week at pjJV Mon's full regulation nrmy shoes. Tan only. Price for rest .of the week at CC $3 and . . J