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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 191R
0 CONSEKvt liflo
Urchc,. Schools and
0 CUT OFF FACTORIES
.... Tie First, la Dc-
Lion of Corporation
IIKN'KYKTTA. Dee. 4. Tha Uun
club hu orranUad tiN of n-
tertalnmenta for lbs winter season.
Thay five the first (iruKraui Alon
lny, Uecember 16. uh wives anil
weutlisarla of members a special
..liu VTI til
i- in ri
...llinenl of in
,. I uililniKsan'l retail
,, ,. n are tns matter
,.,',;,,; Mute elecUv.i
,,!fii iiiJH who r fn
1 " .....i ivninr simaiiuii.
I- of the state
1 ,,,,',n ..,'nil-U.n. h re
.iwmIi.'ii h..r tie went
" .'.ri,' l.ils of the OK la
cannula ... whli'h
aU N,u.rJl. . v cl ties of th
".f7le 0.".l ll"lt 'V,,ry ln,1U"'
'Thi In a laiir.1 consumer Of gas
n't off by the Oklahoma
...... , .1 that the sun-
Y " . tin- d'Oeltera at ilart
I " .. . 1 ami similar
VTl.i pi...t l'"'" "' Hffectl.
n'.'r Urn- of KMusiry t""y
Sif AWNHF3. Deo. 4 Of the eight
townships votlns; on the ijuestlon of
bull dung permanent roatin In this
county, only one district K.irlsboro
-polled sufOi'leiit vojes to authorize
the Issuance of bonds according to
unty Clerk II. II. W)'alt..
OII.TOV, Dec. 4 The Maptlst
rhurrh authorities are contemplating
the erection of a new edifice during
1920. Much of Ihe money has l.een
unarrlbeil. It whs at firm Intended
to build a hoHplt&l In connection
with (he church but not enough
money was raised to erect both buildings.
' To Hind carls Work.
Rperlsl to Th World
I'AWIU'SKA, Her, 4. -The Fed
eratlou of W oini'ii'x chilis of Ok lit
hiniia hus named Mis t W, Tuci.V
of this i lly hh chiin man of a spe
hil rommlttee to look ufler Ihe In
duslrliil Homo for Uirls at okia
CITY HEAD PROPOSED sapulpa youth is killed,
lUiatnrwa Men of MuhImw Talk of
Tba City MajUMrcrtul IWm
fecial to Tbs Woild.
Ml SKouKK, lec. 4. Tlis mem
bers of Muskogee's city council un
evenly divided upon the 4n-silon of
adopilng His managerial form of
government as prvuuHe,j by (he civic
affair ruiumittas of thy oily imwj
of ins present commission form.
The mayor and one commlsnloner
favor the change, Two commixsiui
ers oppose It and the fifth (number
of (he council, Commissioner War
ren Hula, who would be the only man
thrimn out or a Job by the clyHngc
has stated he la not qualified i is
an opinion upon the matter until
he has studied the proposed new
charter. Hie ovn Job Is of secondary
importance he declared
InB lUr n litNimiitilvti, Ai I'm!
lalls imi lies. I of lln(i WcIIh.
Hpenl to The WorM.
I 'It T "KM IT 1 1. Ark.. Inc. i
Floyd Well, unci liii, single, M.'tl of
Hiiimi Welis, l 'l im.io t iiKliii i'f of Nn
(Mill'ii. klu , w is Ulllcl when ;
h in.i struck on ihe Inn I with ;m
lion l.nr while 1. .1 1 1 1 in: .in a.-di pan
of a bunco engine at t'lnw.ei. Ark. j
AjuIIkt ('omniunlty MalliHriK. j
Pi i.M'A t'lTV. lVc 4 A own
miinlly Imlldlng Is to he erected In
Kuw Ciiyr fonsli uciloii to start I"
Hie near future This wua decide. I
at a called meeting of the llooster
club of that place held In the hlgh
school auditorium. I l sd.tlllon to
an auditorium there will he a din
ing hsll and recreation rooms.
IHiATIi' I:MiH I'ltoMXITION.
1. 1 1 11 iimi 1 ii ii i .-h . 1 1 1 of U night b t 'herivMll.. tun! Imlependeti.e, dvlng
death lie sKIiit (ell off or Jumped I laler It was alleged I . y II. J Powell
(roui a Sunla I'c limn lieiwcen thnt Knight oMulned money undsr neur nuth fof fovvllle, (.ikla.
fiilce pietsnses by fnlslfylng to an
ulmirai t of III).- on KM acres of land
T. M Knlglit ss A unil of I'nlsl
, fylii ti Aha rax f Tlilo.
SpK. lsl lo Tli Worlit.
l'i iFFKV YTIJ.i;. K in , I'e,v 4.
I'liari..,. of fisnd sgnnnt T t
Knight In district court has been
Hours t a. m. ti p, m.
14'i Et Third Street
Ti-lepliono Onag-e OS 71
Solid Gold Moote Ring
made by 0tby & Barton.
1 10 Stiullt II.ihIoii
Omaill). ciilrnl National IVnnk
Out of tint Hltfli I tent IHMrli I
Vi save Vim Mnncy
itl'I.N I t IMM.S
are made by our own secret
formula There aie many Iml
liillniiH. toil none will cnmpnra
Willi our Pel feet I'leam HoiiKh
llilln OHDI It A Ixi.I N TODAY
Mudii only by
lOirll tieliring, 1'n.pa..
114 SHI III lltST
" . ,. H. In w
i.MMlcirai vie mi""" "
.ob'iumn th taking of more thau
,, ,.ent of (ho potential ca-
' V ... II- mrm nirtd to
ul( 01 'l writ" - - -e --
'".li.ini its a result of testa be-
I mails consn-atlon officers In
of the fi'u The 1-ona Hlar Oaj
'' . . ... ...p.... a I .u lna e n. I
torth and other Tcxoa cities, was
Isfd i00 la-t week for a violation
( this rul. online."-"." o....
... ...iirni Uons to padlock all
Lj there lliu. la la belli vlo-lit.
To Cut Off Industrial
Dilll the supply of gas la auf
M!it 10 meet the needs for dotiifs
. uW Industrie- will be refuaej
I Ui corporation commission. i
ippiies di fu l on hand and III sight
' nii!y companlea has lin de-
Inleil " nan 1 to mourn ration.
Goi'tmilr Hoiiertson returned late
.i.rilv. having been delayed on
trip from l'hlcao, where he
,nl to cmfer with fuel adinlnistra
n offki. .mil governors of other
Lies During his absence a comniit-
L of tli eiecutlve committee ol
Hate conn. II of defetwo druftel a
of resolutions giving the policy
: tb state council with reference
th fuel filtiutien. A letter Is helm
ptteheii lo m wspnpera, fnayurg
nnfroml ciKanUailons and bust
i in'ereKt.4 Hiking that one oi
men he secured from earl
unws Irisut utJon or industry In
itate to he sent to the coa
'lis as a pun of the vsluhteei
in of miners. "Inasmuch aa thlr
i palrloilc duly for the common
od, Ihe men who go from thel
irk ihould not stintiiln any loss In
nrpematlnn nnd should be re
'rfd to their former p.isltjons
'.mi the present emergency Is
tr," the letier reads. Another Ist-
ft urges the neccssltv of establlsh-
II municipal wood yards in every
T tnu community In the slate
". lettwr points out that there 1
rrnst leal of labor that la now un
wssarlly -ngaged that can be put
ork cutting and hauling wood to
U dUUIbuied by the municipal dl
kiar or community organisation.
Although now past (0 years of are
Urlei Hawirey. the noted English
or. eotinnues to piny young lovers'
lei, tnd requires very little mskeup
Parry out his deception.
It's a mystery where they
re putting all of the fur
niture and steel equipment
wt we are Bellino;. It
jwns an if every office in
n would be filled up.
" e have been keeping on
i jump for three months
nd we are still goinp
Many of the furniture fac
tories, are u.oll n.-nrar.i.4
(pKi we advise customers
m hits ... 1
wniie we have a
'"fie stock from which to
Deliveries may be -lower
a Prices higher by next
C F All.teel Safe, and
JHt and Costumes
risk 'it it"'. V!M
Our windows are now filled
with a thourtand and one use
ful gift sufnrenUons for men
and boys. Whether or not
you've decided what tobuy
your men-folks, be sure to see
these beautiful window dis
in this section
T) Y reason of the vast business Tulsa men arfd young men bestow upon this store we are
able to have greater stocks of fine overcoats than any other house in Tulsa or the
southwest. Even this season, when overcoats are almost as scarce as hen teeth, we have
big stocks of them.
OF COURSE, every clothier claims to have lots of overcoats. I'robably theis stocks lo
seem large when they think of the cost. But if you want to prove just where the big
stock are, look around first, then cume here.
'TIIERE isn't an overcoat need of any man that we can't meet. Styles for dress, for
' 1 business, forgiving, for any outdoor occasion. 'iSome with fur co$n, others with
plain storm or dd collars. No use to argue. See the coats and know all about them. $3r
You ought to have a good fur
cap for these sudden m!d
waves. Keep your ears warm
ami look like ready money.
Some of Muskrat, Hudson Seal
and Beaver furs in all the
popular styles at $7.50 up.
Fur collars Fur gloves
A fur collar on your overcoat
just doubles thi- warmth s well
as adds to its good looks. Mere
in taupe nutria, , Hudson Seal,
lieaver and I'crsiuii lamb at
?15 and more.
I-'ur and fur lined glove are a
I it 1 1 luxury that every man
ought to have. Htp in all
styles and furs. Rabbit, Mii.sk
fat, Hudson Seal, Jleavrr and
others at $" up. Leather gaunt-
lets at $" up.
IJ ijroihers I I
W o m en W ith Thoughts
of Christmas in Their
You can caniln find solution
here to appropriate- prem ntH
for the men folk.
Some men tlun't like to have women do their
shopping or themr but it is all right with
them if you come to Curtis Urown's.
Just now, more women are coming in every,
day, doing Christmas chopping.
Never have we shown such elegant apparel for
men as you will find here now.
Rut remember, that buying ia tremendously
heavy and " early shopping offers choice
selection. Each day stocks will rapidly di
minish. We advise shopping today and early
next week. '
Curtis c&roun o,
Tuha'H Urettt Leading Mtn'$ Store
How often -do you get a
.,' satisfying shave?
Make $ure of 500 smooth shaves from every twelve blades
MANY men get a really
enjoyable ahave only once
or twice each week
whenever they ue a new
blade. The keen, fresh edge etipt
easily through the beard, and
leave, the f.ice velvet-amooih.
How often do YOU get a shave
Right after the firat ahave, a
blade begins to grow dull.
Each succeeding ahave usually
becomes moe uncomfortable, until
at laat you throw the blade away.
With the AutoStrop Razor you
can get a shave as' amooth and
Clean aa that first shave with a new
blade every day of th weekt
Uuilt right into the frame is (
simiile, efficient stropping device
which resharpen. the blade In
few seconds without taking tha
razor apart or removing the blade.
S'Five hundred satlafying sh.vea
ere fuarmntied frotn tvery doea
Begin tomorrow to get - the
comfort of a fresh, keen edge for
every ahave. Ask your dealer today
about the AutoStrop Raaor free
AUTOSTROP SAFFTY RAZOR CO.
NaWVORK TORONTO LON0OM fi
wch Ink Well.
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