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ThisIsAn'ImportantWeek in !0IL LEAGUERS TO
Basketball in Tulsa Schools ORGANIZE TONIUH I
ccholastics Meet wewoica
Tonight; Wichita on
t Saturday.
Collegians Piny Soutliwcstcni
Normal School Here To
morrow Night
This ii important wcok for
Tula sch as and collegiate
Usketball fus. Throo games are
. b, ptayei lure, two of which
hm harms ta tho state scholastic
tai colUffiatr- niles and one being
ui interHale of'tlr.
tX hJh mhool raceta Um Wc-qum.-t
on tho high school
urt tflnJrh. Wtwokn preacnta ono
of the leading team In northern
Oklslionia ojiJ a hard tret for tho
crimson "d crvam flvo i tuwurcd.
ilia's casers have been coming along
it s-lst c lp in Iho lnnt three wcoks,
riD4iUng tho Fi.rt Smith. Enid and
uaffcawlle flics In Hint Umo uml
ire In the race for tho state acho-
lutle charupi tihiiip-
Kendall course t'hootcrn also face
worthy foe tomorrow night Whou
Oxi clash wlUi tho Southwestern
torrwU quintet of Weathcrfoixl.
&rjttwwttrn had ono of tho leading
collegiate fives in tho atato last Bca
kh and has boon unbeaten to date
thB yvax. Th 6outhwoatorn-ICer-4iU
same to to bo ployed on Ui Y.
.MCA. court. uid Btarlo at 8:1S
Tulsa high ochool engagers In Its
ion4 Interstate gamo on Uio local
court Saturday night, playmg tho
fKKg -Wichita, Kan- quintet. Wlclv
lta won from Tulsa o,t "Wichita
nrly In tho season but Bhico that
tat changed rn Uio locals person
Mi tavo strengthened tho team and
it expected to even up tho count
TKn the Juyhawkw flvo.
On Friday night Tulna, cngers play
tt Jenks quintet at Jcnks. This
fiae l of great lin-portanoo to both
turns. Jenks won from Tulsa on
the local court early in tho ncaKon,
it extra flve-mlnuto period being
retired to doddo tho winner.
Irryp-psi ley
Sonwsful In Tcia Invasion, Hay-
Makers Turn to Contempla
tion of Slalo Games.
ftf Ut to The World.
DALLAS, Texas Fpb. 2. Phillips
university virtually gained first place
In the Southwestern conference to
n!jht by defeating Southern Metho
dlst university, 34-13. It was tho
team work and tho fivo-man defense
Timo and again Captain Wilko would
feed tho big Indians, Levy anl .Wil
kinson, who would mako direct bos
kets. Levi secured seven baskots:
Wilkinson six. S. M. U. was puzzled
it the Haymakers' stylo of play.
8. Jl. V, had defeated Toxas uni
versity, 19 to 9, and Austin college
II to 20. Tho two teams won close
victories from rhllllps.
The. Haymakers won eight games
on the Lone Star trip and are hailed
u conqurorsvf Texas, rtlx. coach
of S. M. l' stated that tho Phillips
ira m mo greatest aggregation in
th Southwest conference.
This finishes the Texas trip for
rhllllps. Now they haVo a 20-gnmo
schedule In Oklahoma, which they
hope will land them tho stato championship.
0k Paint Howlers Win Prom Tiro
Utra in Tulsn League.
wi:iitjiu uiicr urop
PlOS ft, first frame, lho Cook pant
jewleri last night won from tho
nrestone rollers In tho Tulsa bowl
league. Splendid Individual roll-'
B?-flara.c,erlz!l1 n ren frames.
Mumon 0 Cook Paint was high with
The ecorest
Oook Paint.
B. zna 3rd Tot.
r" 135 233 179
Hirdman , 169
wrmld w.175
152 141 451
145 189 4S1
116 181 4CG
170 1S3 628
16 873 S.473
Tttal - 781
rwW ist 2nd 3rd Tot.
oa 173 149 165
7,1 174 138 153
K ' 182 160 179
..850 793 828 2,471
(Dtllnr-im -
ninurituu NAMES LEADER
!! boosh to Mnnago Tliat
Linn 4n ir
i lu-Mi-m Association.
K&"..Mo.. Fob. H.-J.
Kr of 4k. Vi' Dfen named man-
Mch wiii i. i m iwsociniion
" m t BrSih C.U,da SPfnrfleld. Mo..
Vk?iU"nrk-' Okmulgee nnd
rCry 8 ,n 0,!mlBoo Sunday.
!. Pains, nervousness, dim.
.,n urinatintr. 3fti.n mMf
trion . '-"
uisorni.ro m.- i ai.
kSJ "medjr for kidney, Uver,
c inn nriM ii
HdW,.r.,U''' ,nd w.rd of!
sd,Tf If:. Known as ih. n.Uon.l
11 An S nd o' motB than 200
Uu,r tKl'ts, la inree tls.s.
" ku r..u ...
Several Import-,
ar t scraps In tho '
,ircna nro nched-
uled for this ,
nonth, chief In-'
'i rest being cen-,
tcrcd on fourj
bouts in which
world' s o h a m-;
(Hons defend their
iMm, heglnnlnjT
i i h Ilenny Iajhi?-
,ird a week from
,ast night nnd
ending with ,
Jimmy Wlldo tho
latter part of tho month.
Leonard meets Johnny Dnndeo In
on eight round nffalr nt New Jor
soy. A match with Krcddlo Welsh
for tho winner should Insuro n real
battln when thoso llghtwclghtfl got
Johnny Kllbane, feathorwelght
champion, defends his title ngalnst
llonny Valgar, tho Frenchman, l'eb
ruary 16, at Nowarlc.
Mlko O'Dnwd. middleweight
champion, meota Jeff Smith of
Uayonne. N. J , over tho eight
round dlslanco, February 2B at
Newark. Smith Is ono of the lend
ing 155-pound contendere. Ho de
feated JHko (Hbbons nt Ivansias
City July 4 and should glvo tho
Harp a real fight
Franklo Mason, America leading
contender for tho flyweight crown,
has an opportunity to win that
honor when ho ntcps 12 frames with
Wlldo at Foit Wayne, Ind. Tho
data of tho bout has not been e-ct
but will bo hold this month.
Tho mil Ilrennan-IIugh Walker
To at Kantvw City tomorrow night Is
also of Interest, though no cham
pionship la Involved.
Thachcr to Arrange for
Flyweight Tide liolllc
TOLEDO, Ohio, Feb. 2. Ad
Thnchcr, promoter of the world
championship- flyweight bout be
tween Jimmy Wilde, tho Hrltlsh
tltlo holder, nnd Franklo Mason,
American clalmnnt, will go to Mil
waukee tomorrow to confer with
Davo Hughes, Wlldo's manager, and
to completo arrangements for stag
ing tho event hero porno tlmo tho
latter part of this month.
Georgo Werner. Mason's mannccr.
who arrived hero tonight from Fort
Wayno. Informed Thachcr that Ma
son will meot Wlldo In no placo
other than Toledo. This was because
of an ngreoment between Thachcr
nnd Mason that tho bout If hold aiiy
whero would bo hold In Toledo. It
wns said, lllomcr also signed Ma
son's end of the ngrccment.
Tom Andrews and SJable
Return to United States
Androwu, Mllwaukco fight promot
er; Lou KUwards, lightweight
champion of Australia, and Chet
Wiggins, Australian heavyweight
champion, arrived today fYoni the
According to Androws, Kdwards
has bouts scheduled with Johnny
Dundee, Ritchie Mitchell and John
ny Noycs In Milwaukee, and will
go to London In March to fight be
forn thn National Sportlpg club.
Blucs to Start Training
at Clarenwre March 15
nouncement was mado today that
members of tho local American as
sociation team are U report (for
training at Clarcmorc, Okla.,
March 15.
Truu'Jcm Soil Pllclicr.
LITTLE HOCK, Ark., Fab. J.
Tho Bala of Pitcher Leo Stono to
tho Richmond club of tho Virginia
leaguo was announced today by
President R. O. Allen of the Mttlu
Rock club. Stone is a spit-ball
pitcher and tho local club was forced
to sell him by tho new Southern
leaguo prohibiting thnt delivery.
You Can Preserve That Clear,
Smooth Tint of
By the Occasional Use of
, Beauty Treatment.
As the yrsrs r"lT, women loose tbst
baby-like softness sad the rcsjr tint which
they possessed In their girlhood days. Face
powaers, rouge ana tones creams au cejp
'and serre as a mask for their faded, tal
low complexion Lot inch resiiita terse only
for a few boars.
Tbe Illaek and White Ileanty Treatment
will restore that bloom of jouth to much
de-ured make mothers and dsus-hters ap
pear to be sisters and Its use both safe
and delightful. Infers retiring, jou bathe
jour face with black and White Bosp, then
apply the creamy Ointment and wash off the
nest mornlnr. You'll be so well plessed
with this home beauty treatment that a
pack are of both Ulaek and White Ointment
and &Vap will aJwaya hare 4 place on your
dressing table.
Your dragglat sells both Iflack and White
Ointment and DIaek and White Poap at
25e each or the manufacturers vLU send
both on receipt of S0.
A sample, literature sim Black and White
Itlrthday and Dream Hook will be sent you
free if yon clip and mail this advertisement
In III.ACK and WHITE, Bos 013, Memphis
Dr. F. C. Rcisling Is Men
tioned as tho Likely
Re-organlrntlnn of the Tulsa Oil
baseball long no for 19-0 Is to be per
fected tntilglifat n meeting of rep
resentative) of various oil com
panies. The meeting l to bo held at
o'clock In mom 1107 of thn t'ysdnn
Several oil companies. In addition
to those which comprised the leaguo
lust summer are to bo represented.
The league personnel last year whs:
I'osdon, Mld-fo. tlypsy, Carter, Sin
clair nnd Toxhs.
Klertloti of officers and the
nwardlng of "frnnchlssw" urn tlio
two most Itnpiirtniit mutters to be
taken up tonight. Appointment of a
schedule co.nmlttee nnd other de
tails re also to be consum.ited.
Dr. K. r. Ilelsllng, a former major
loague pUyer of note and Inter a
liilnt'r leaguo malinger, has been
mentioned as n likely presidential
Browns to Open Spring
Training Season Feb. :
ST. I.OP1S, Jan. 31. Tho St.
Iritis Americans will open their
training season February 2(1 at Tay
lor, Texas, The following pro-setison
oxhlbltloti games v.ero announced
tonight: Fort Worth, March 6 nnd
7; Houston, March 13 nnd 14; San
Antonio, March 20 nnd 21; Okla
homa City, March 23 and 21;
Omaha nt.Okmulgeo, March 25 nnd
20; Tulsa. March 27 nnd 2S; Wich
ita, March 29 and 30; Joplln, March
31, whence tho llrovsns will return to
St, I,ouI.
San Antonio will Journey to Tay-
Inp tn rttnu tltA 1 1 , ... .... in
tv 'tJ ..... I'tUHllfl Ull .M.IIVII V
nnd 11 and l'ort Worth will play
mom .-unveil if and IS.
AT M'.W Olll.li.S.
llntrlc.i Today.
Hrst htice, Sl Furlongs Copy
Right, 110, Waldo, Jr.. 105; Thun
der Illrd, 105, Nasholnh, 102; lli-es
Wing. 1U2; llnrktinlore, 102; Clus
ter, 101; Viola tlnffney, 103, I'oro
closure. 103; ltrldge Player, 100;
Mldln, 100; Riddle, 97; Short Change,
Second Rare. Six Furlongs
Ornvo A., 113; Sedge (I ruse, 111;
liiiuit k ion; Kiriin, tun; iiaricv
Waters 1.0S; ltmindlnK Throiih.
10C; Lonely, 104; Maize, 10.1; Itib,
102; Maneklii It., 102; Modiste, 07;
Peggy Co, 7; Itujulry, 100.
Third Race, Sl I'lirlotigMj Jack
Hare, Jr., 128; Ocorgo Starr, 108;
Pullux, 108, Ncpperhan, lot- Char
ley I.eydecker, 104; Sir OrnfUvt,
102. DiicIiuih I-icc, 97.
I'ourlh naee, Ono Mllo ltread
tnkti, 118; Minute Man, 111; Mono
Dry 111; St. tlermaln, 110; Who
Circa, 108; Jim llattltuss, 107, Alulu,
II", War Uke, 10'; Accolenite, 10,
(I lne, 99.
l'Ifth Race. Mllo and Ono-F.lghth
Sam pal Stalwart, 110; Tanlac,
113; Jnck Reeves 113; Dorcns, 105;
Plolll, 105; lliibblliig tender, 105;
Antoinette, 104; Toddler, 101.
Sixth Race, Mile and One-Sixteenth
Oeorgo Washington 114;
Noureddln, 111; P. (1. King. 114;
Alex (letz, 111; Marshon 111, Iter
tadano, 111; Christie, 111; Allulnb,
109; (lenorul llyng, 107; Wnnd, 106
Loan Shaik 10; Dr. relgle. lOit
Ijiily Kllecn, 101; llclhel Hill 101;
Mayor (lalvln 107.
Seventh Race, Mile nnd One-Sixteenth
Frank Mattox, 112; Pit,
114; Napoleon, 111; Alhenn, 101;
llltin Thistle, 109; SUtlm. 106; Sur
passing 106; Yodeli-s, 106; Star
Shooter, 106; ll.iby Sister, 101,
Ornery, 104; Frances Star, 102;
Miss Sterling, 101; J nan I til III, 101;
Lottery, 114.
Cloudy. Tracy heavy.
Alex McCarthy to Lead
Kansas City A. A. Club
KANSAS CITY, Jan. 31. Alec
.ncuartiiy. second liascman for tho
Kansas City American association
hat-ohall tivnn for tho last two years,
today signed tho contract to man
age tho team through the coming
season, .Mcuuriny ouccceils John
Clanzel, who resigned this week.
McCarthy enmo from his homo in
Salisbury, Md today to sign tho
contract. Hy says ho wilt return
homo but will bo on hand In time to
bo on tho Job when Hlirlng training
siart m uiaremorc, UKln.
. I
Dclaney nnd Mitchell Mcot.
ST. PAW Minn., Fob. 2. t'al Do
lanoy of Clovoland tonight was
matched to meot Rlnkey Mltcholl of
Mllwaukco, In a 10-rouud no-dccl-alou
bout hero February ,
Clllcago Atlileto Dli'i.
CHICAGO, Fob. 2. rthur C.
Hoffman, former University of Chi
cago athleto, died today of pneu
monia. Ho played on flvo western
conferonco championship teams for
Girls! Girls!!
Save Your Hair
With Cuticura
Sflip tnd Oitmnt tn Utr IfeitinifT tivl (trMnff .28.
MrK. Sftm4trrvof ClUfft,D.p X UdUdia.LfMI.
i asw a - j ii i - rm w - ! i - - .www
Thousands of women always have
a box of 1)11. TUTT'SUVEH PILLS
In tbe house. At the first sign of
any irregularity a timely dose is
taken. Those who use them rec
ommend them." Hence, their suc
cess lor over half a century. FOIl
North Carolina Lady De
scribes the Symptoms From
Which She Suffered and
Which She Says Car
dui Relieved.
Tap Hill, N. C Mrs. Hudora Hoi-
brook, recently made this statement;
"I was very weakly for three or four
years with womanly troubled. I was
much worn at special llrnu. livery
month I would have to He In bed for
three or four days.
My chief suffering was in my back.
I could not tell hwr badly it ached.
but it seemed aa If It could not pos
sibly ache worae. Whenever I wouKl
get Ured, or if I was much on my
feet, it would ache. Cardul was all
the medicine I took.
"I saw, with tho first bottle, that I
wan being benefited, but 1 kept right
on for flvo bottlon regularly. Ry this
time I was so 'i could do all my own
work, which for noma tlmo I had not
been able to do.
That in Uio only Umo I erver took
It regularly, but I always hare It on
hand to use when I do not feel well
nnd It always helps me."
With a successful record of over 40
jears to Its credit, Card ill has proven
Its merit In the treatment of many
cf tho simple, ailments peculiar to
Mbwmrl Defivtts Kniisns.
COLUMIHA, Mo.. Feb. 2. Mis
souri university again defeated the
Kansas Aggies, 33 to 13 In n Mis
Hourl valley conferonco basketball
game hero tonight. It was Missouri's
eighth straight victory.
ALMOST $100,000
February Starts Out With
View of Sotting Record !
for This City. j
February smiled off "hitting on
nil cylinders" In the office of the
city bull. ling inspector yeetordnj.
Yesterday the first week day of 111"
month was one of llm lilget day
of the new yejar In tlm record of
building permits. Twenty-five per
mits were Issued totaling almost
Tan of the permits were Imiind to
the Vlner Intestiiienl eiiiiip.iny for
residences to be coiistriii'led III thn
2200 block on hast Hindi street In
lllllrroHt addition nnd two morn to
bn built nt 209 nnd 216 North SftnlH
Fe The residents were valued ut
Flfiy more houses of the same
value will be begun nt oiieii In the
snnin addition by tho Vlner com
pany, according t Tom Clark,
building Inspector. This will com
pleto a building prosimm by the
company that will tntnl mora Hum
(300.000 In residences alone, Mr,
Clark said.
Other building tAirmlts Issued yes
terday were as follows: A. II. Hnrd
esly, residence, till South Forest,
(2.000. K M. Vaughn, lesidenee ami
garage, 1216 North Noifolk (3 000,
l M Vauithn. 1 420 South Newport
n -iidenco nnd garage (looao I D.
Ioffleni)er g(trnt,e. .it I K.isf
I- Mirth. (3C- iuci' ti xei'mrnt
("liipnny. garage 332 Norih li.-si- ,
dale, (500 N.uhan (lass. ,..h,
!nnd gnrnge. 612 Smith Yorkl.'wii,
(Ti.tiOO, J K. Hauling, furniture
'si ore repairs, 116 Mast rternnd. (!U0,
' Mellrldo Mechanical Knglneerlnn
cinnnnny. wnrenouse, ,17 i. it s i
Kiitlith. (5.500: II. K. CnMithera. an-
rage, Mir. South Trenton, (son,
lludil. Tracy Andrea, residence,
1020 South Trenton, (3.00U, II. N
Nayle, resldkiice nnd giiraRe, 1711
South Madison, (1,600; Anns II.ies,
roeldenro, X70I listt l'lfleenill, (sOO;
. 14. Harris, three rnaldsno, 1905-7-11
Kast fOomul, J3.000.
DOM I Silt S Mil T l'ltl.MU M,
(;iinninlln Mill. en hertnut Pnihlcin
llnril tn Soho I 'or Some.
Quarantine restricllons placed do
ini si irs at a premium yesterday
(ier 30 culls foe bookkeepers,
tnlHils, rooks, nurses and other do
mestic retiiHincil vinfllled nt the fed
eral stale employment bureau last
iiluhl following a steady stream of
rritiests by plmne, by nn-ssengHr and
by mall for "a aervint nt once lo
take care of our family."
Trained nurses were appealed to
In many eaaea tn fill the vacancies
caused by iiimrnnttne nf numerous
families. Xtirae called tn a ijunrnn-
tine )iu-iis arc put to considerable
amount . f iMi. -mfvirt in dome cason
dip to Hi'- sirv'inji having boon
plarr-l tiiiil- r iuai antlnn as well n;t
the other memiirn ot tho family.
.Mli'grit lllgti dacl.er Ilrlrowil,
lo Morrison Hlleavi lilgh Jaokor,
nrrelsl by imiIIh- nf-eV a runiittur
rsliRHo near Third unl Ho-ston, wail
rhargml with rrylng i .uieeiiled
wenporm and rele-ssed on t"iu bin I
furn'sliSHl ly Clareneo Vi'.r owner
of the lltiilsxin touring w wiiloh
Morrison a drtvUitr. Morrison wai
prevtoualy held ore an Invesiig.iiinit
ohATte hut rVldenca failed tn war
runt lira IiallHf htll, detectives ns-fcartad,
The Quick Wau to "
Y Stop a Cough '.
y TliU home-mtMle eynsp doe the
V vtork In it hurry, foully pre- a '
T ras. and M?ni abvul sx. t
-H"H -H'4"i' "H"r
You might be surprised to know
that the bent thing you call use for
it reretc cough, is a remedy which Is
easily prepared nt liotne in just a lev
ToiuVnts, it's cheap, but lor prompt
rTsults It beats anything else you crtr
tried. Usually stow I lie ordinary
rnugli or chest cold in 21 hours. Tastes
pleasant, too -children like It and it
Is pure nud good.
Pour 2', ounces of Tinex In a pint
bottle; then fill it up with plain granu
lated sugar syrup. Or use clarified
nifilifru, honey, or corn svrup, intrad
of sugar syrup, if deelreil, 1 hue you
make a dill pint a family supply
but coating no more than a small
bottle of ready-made cough syrup.
And a a rough medicine, there Is
really nothing better to lie had at any
price. H goes right to the spot and
gives quick, lasting relief. It promptly
heals the inllamcd membranes that
line the throat and air passages, (tops
the annoying throat tickle, loosens the
flilegm, and soon vour cough stops en
ircly. Splendid lor bronchitis, croup,
hoarseness and bronchial asthma,
Pincx Is a highly concentrated com
pound of Norway pine extract, famous
lor its healing effect on the mem
branes. To avoid disappointment ask your
druggist for "2V4 ounces of Pinex"
with directions and don't accept any
thing else. Guaranteed to give abso
lute satisfaction or money refunded.
The I'inex Co., Ft. Wayne, Ind.
should not be "dosed"
for colds apply Ilia
"outside" treatment- H'BN)
VOUR BCiDVOUADD - 30'. QRfc.ll. JO
A Nervous
For thi woman who has be J
como "a nervous wreck", lie
rnusn nf thn tihyslrnl Ills necu-
liar to women therms relief nnd
restoration to health and hap
piness In an old family doctor's I
Description used In his prnc-1
ilea for half n century lo holtt 1
surrertng women and aafeguard
I young gins,.
aiaiaiaMaiaaiaiaiaiaiaiaMav I
aV Jllf 1
Mrs. Psrslee Fniler. Tnnlr, Tel.,
saM ot RTKI.I.A VITAK: "I csnnot ssy
too much for tills wonilerful medicine.
, . - .1 . I K.k.- t-n.l- m-.1ll,. far
1 liau -.r, ............. - - -
two years with no rl results I am I
truly KTsieiui lor nir.i.i iuai-
Urs. J. Y. U. Mllstes1, Us, hsit
female nunplilnt for yesre. Three
hollies of BrKU.A VtTAn mml her,
she esM, snd sjde.1, "I era rertslnlr
Uuoitui for this crest female tenia."
W fjTdr u k e l s t upoti I
mmf ocrrement .list If the m
V Tint Dottle falls to bene- V
mf fit. money will be refunded. 1
Ot. money win tie rerunc
niiriirD s-erniriMir i
Chattanooga, Tenn., U. 8. K, Q
nnjfHLQ i n: ! a a cu Lnii w !.' ;r, e: c n 'uT,: u i i it. ui u: iy Ly 3: r: j';i;f..,n n an
Shefska Miracle Man
-In addition to Philadelphia lw-lng Uio
"City of IlrotlH-rly Isims" nml lho "t'rnillu
of "Idlierty" anil ovrryllilng, It Is iilso tlm
cradle of ilnlin II. StctMin ami tlm Sn.-ll-nlK-rg
Climbing V, Tlio Inttcr t)ii-i-ni
Is not so well
-known ns SlelHori hut It's Just rut old and
Just as goo In Its i-i-wiM-ctltti lint'. 'I'liolr
road man is ho lilt TiiImi on his wty to
CUIIfotiiUi culh-il on mil Insi fall nnd Mdil
iiki Mirno wilts for tliW spring ilellvcry.
It's Uio
first lio liad ever sold me. ('lnt)ilrrs nil
over f'lirlsu:ii4lom ero crying for suits iiml
nvrsn-onts. I uliln't got tliem from a
Itotiso I I uul lx-n ilciilliig wllli four )vii-h
and I Jokingly asked lilni to scud nu
fiouio and
ns fast nn n wlro r-itild go nnd tho osprrwn
(01110 I liad n shipment or dandy Hulls
and ovrrdmls to tide iihi over n rritlnil
time. I named lilrn tlio "Mlmeln .Man"
nnd last f k I Kiit lilni another fi. O. K.
and again Ito
earned his tltlo for -ycalr-nkiy tJscro ar
rived n ahlpment of bniiKl-ni-w Mrlng
stilts e-xartJy wluit I would Isavo MClm-ti-d
Irad I gono l!rnoiially Into tlai Iuhimv
Titer are young iiktii's itvxlcjs In gray,
brown and Wuo cffryiw.
$50 to $65
fsirc in annnunclng the
openlni f wh new
French Salon
A immanent feature nf thin eHtabtlnhment
wherein Milatli man tiHi'ct her apparel
ritpiMlen in comfort with convenience
and care.
Our verji finest mtxIcH arc dinplaued moat
tastily tm an experienced modiste, who
"understands and appreciates the whims and
fashion demands of the iHirticular dresser.
The Paris I'ashion Simp has alwais en
dearared to set a hifh fashion standard
in Tulsa, and nmo with the installation of
our French salwi we add an especial
ftntlure that marks a ureal dealt it u in
Head our nntmimcemciit In this iiftcrnoou'H Trillium
r ucv- S yfU3 .,
nr, south main Wtjr tulsa, okla.
1KA (U I
,v 1
1 it iai vii, in
Is a Member of Chapter No. 1
Patriotic Friends of Labor
ml from lltnii lo tlmo npprl'Ot llm piiblln of somo of tlio prmnllliig rnndlllons of ioev.lbly 75
er cent of tlio working men, who its workmen, am not surrcieiful, from my IcmmiIiiI.
IU-sIcw llm kfiMi tui-nly-fltn jmii-n. I want tin: mulersto know I scm-d four mnotw.-ullrn
)(iir of w-rshti Is-fom I brniin it full flrdgrd Jouriii')iuiiii and was iihlc thereby lo mrry it
Tho first ear my wflary was $0 kt to-l.: sccotnl year, $10 -r week! third year, $10 s-r
ureU, nnd llio fourth )rur tho Joiinii') limit's M.-alo, whUJi, In my yrmiiiunlty, vsus VIH cr vtucU,
I wits IN years uf ago ut that Umo.
At tlm ngn of 23 I wrw fun-man of our shop, having front IB lo 2.". inin under my siiSTvlslon.
At Usi ngn of 2tt I vsus imnrr of llil-t snulo lmt.1 iK-eiM. Hating tlio dcslro, llko nuxit joung men,
of going weed and growing up ttllli Uio rounlry and liicreiihlng my biisluesN, I llu-i-cforo con
cluded lo moto lo Tulsa In 1001, oo-upylng llio room niw owned und (MTiipliil hy tlio llx
cluuigo Trust Company.
Tlio Hllcrishln of Tulsn, or 715 K-r cnt of them, linvo lirt'ii rrnixiiislblii for wlmtotcr stictHi
I may liimi obbillH-d iliirlug Uxm )i-arn. .Must I wiiirlflm my honor and loyally lo IIiumi citl
ions, who urn iiicmbrrs of llm tnrlous orgiinlJitioiw, most nil of which I nut a member? .My
iuimhit Is no.
I low did I obtain llio hiiccohs nlsivo? Hy working right bourn it day, 111 lug In n modern liousti
hIi blorlis front llio ixrdoff Ire, (tiling lilgli-prlred inratH, butter, eggs and cmim, riding tlm
street car or Jllni-ys for six lihsks, liwlitlng on wt-lug all llio motion plcturo aliinvs'.'tj-lliinlly.
My sucrreei lins Is-cn ntlrlhnlril lo very fevr rule. I Imvo lenrnrsl tlio vnltio of a dollar, I pay
no utn-iillon to llio rliK-k, 1 do morn work and do It it lllllo b4t-r than the other fellow,
Isilior lias greater oiKirtunltles now than ever lieforn. My ndtlco to nil men ss1k labor Is fo
pradlro Mime of lho nhotn Niiggi-MtlmiH nnd after duo dcllbemlloii ou will find out what joii
ore Is-Nt ritli-d for. hllrk lo It, dctolo all of your attentions ami your bct t-iierglc-H to jour
own sneer, in ollur wunlH, mind your own huslnchs.
Wa want you In know wo nro sUII serving llio publlo with a oomplclo lino ot wnll paper, pnlnt
and glnss.
W. B. KILLMER, President
m Tulsa Decorating Company
212 South Boulder. Tulsa, Okla. Phones O-407-6509
Try It, At your drutelsuj, AdyU

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