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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1922 SOME KIDDIE TO GET REAL PRIZE Tiny but Perfect Home to He Given Away at Mio 'i Home Exposition A $1,700 SOUVENIR Kvory Chil.I AUoncIIiw Heller llomofl Show Will Got One Cliancu at Hoimo fiomn Tula Ik or Rlrl will be made tfljiriii(ily lisppy by thn mod ern hunui nnd liullilrrn exposition Tor, when It In over, lio or she will toata ono of til oolll(t plny tinmen over built n playhouse ton atructc-d nn substantially min modern home ninl flnlMiad with even greater euro run a precision. Through the Ileal l!lnt rxrlinnit'' which In sponsoring thn uxpuMtltm. Ulalr brothers, local lioma liulldrra, will glvn nwny wltliout coat tlir unl'iun nml perfect mlnlaturo homo that 1 to lit) one of tlia axputltlon'n motit lnteraling features. This house, which inny easily be ititrr-l nml oenuplcil hy n, boy or n girl, was constructed nt a cat of 11.700. flovoral locnl firms furnished thn lighting fixtures anil other nppnrlr tinncrs. which Win thn hnusti Itnelf. woro nmnufnrtured eapoclully for tho miniature, tho scale of which In m nctly one-third that of nn ordinary horns built on tho same plans, Kach boy or girl under 13 years nhl thnt atlnndn 111 exposition will bo given n ticket kooiI for one chanrn on the house. No charge will bn made for then allpa. Htlilm hear ing prlntril numbers corresponding lo the boily of tho ticket will be deposited In n nenleil barrel. At tho close of tho nxpnsltlon n number will bo drawn, nnd the youngster holding tho corresponding number gets the houao without the payment of n cent. It can then he removed to the homo of tho winner nml placed In a convenient epot for u playhouse. Jliillt n solidly nn fiill-nliril house. It will withstand nil sorts of weather nml be a possession of permnnenco. At the exchange meeting t lCd Wood enfe Thuradny noon It wnn decldec" to aak nil who am to Visit tho exposition during the nflernonn of the week from October 10 to November , no the anticipated crowd at nlKht may be avoided. This upeclnlly applle.i to boyn nnd glrla who wish to participate In the draw ing for the miniature house The name vaudeville nets and mualo will be aivmi both nftiirn'ionn m tul avonlnga, and tho exhibit will ie unchained. Harry llolton. dlrec. tr of tho exposition ndvled Tliurn dny thern will bo tm.ro time In the Afternoon for thou who wleh to make n mora thoroiiRh Inspection of thn dlsnlnyn than will be affotded of evening), nn thin in proved by hln past experience with slmli.ir mown. Another 12,000 lot wan oblnlned by the exohsnno thin week to Im given away to an ndult during the exposition. ahk nvm cuius to I'lcrritn Planning ('oiiiiiiImIoii Wnnls Many to fiw "Crimlmr riilnn." Civic orcnnl&itlniM of the city will bo Invited by tho city plan commta nton to nttend the showing of the dvln film, "lirowlng Pains," to be shown n week from tnilgh. N'uvant- hr a Ti nlelur will he shown In Die new high school auditorium. The picture In being; brought here by thn commlmlon In order to ehow In n concrete wny whnt tho work imd neromnllnhmenta of rlty tibin (jommlneionn navo been in oiner i citien. The picture will show ni tunl chnngen and Improvement"! thnt I tmvo been made in oilier communi ties. All men and wome.ii of Tnlaa ln terented In tho hcaullfyltiK nnd lin provinit or the city nnd in eye'emnnc lly plnnnlnK will be mnde welcome i lit the Friday nlfht moetlnir. M'ADOO WAS NOT ILL ItrjHirtn of "llliic" l'iin.'K rnlril, fl lU-Trcnsury Chief Dcclnrcn. DKNVKIl, t'oln., Oct. 20 William 1 (1. MoAdoo, former aecretary of Die . trenaiiry, hud recovered Indny from , the ahock he received when he i rrnilied Denver Inat evsnlnir nnd read that he had been otrteken In I Lid en ( ity, Kan. nod would be forced lo cancel all hln peitkln diten, MeAdon npent IS mlnuten here en rnuto to Knit Iike City, Ltnh where he will iintlnue hi tm pitlKn nddrevri. Ma declared he wan never In bnttar health and thnt tho report of his Illness wan tho result ofn train porter carrying out ln atructions not to dleturb McAdoo'n slumbers. MIAMI, Oct. It I)r II. A. John son, a dentist of ('airland, sustained aerloun burns about the face anil hnnds arid tho building- In which hln office was located wna partially wreoked yesterday aiternon when n ran vulranlwr exploded. FLORAL ARTISTS Wrentlw, rillown, fiprnys nnd Kpcclnl DcnlBiis FLOWER SHOP 10 Cant Third Fhonra Omko 810.8048 If It come from ninn lis cood to Ml Osage 6800 Cedar 1102 Fresh Fish Extra fancy Dlue Points Catfith DIacIc Bnu Halibut Smelt Smoked White Fiili Kip Salmon Fin Hnddio Fresh Spnnish Mackerel Majestic Herring VK DliLlVICU Piggly Wiggly All Out tho V.'orld 3 Stores in Tulsa 3 Peoples Russet POTATOES 93r t..,i.... . JU j Per Peck Nt-t iielcht, in lbs, tn the xU. runrniiltxl not to cook up. fiiwlnl, 7 to 8 n. ut. Regular 60c Silver King 0- Washboards. . CiOKj Full aire, front nnd hack drain Special, 8 to 9 a. m. BROOMS Special OKn at . . bUtf 1023 crop California KngllMi Wulnuts now in mik'k. Delivery Itatrai I0 or1t'r lOo; $6 orders SOoi Iras I lull $5 V. XCHANGE SPECIALS For Friday Only Shoe Prices at The Garment Factory Ono oiltl lot of liMi-lop Children's white kid top hIioch for women and wlth hlnck patent vnmp, dik Kn $2.50 at Hoyn' hlnck Kunmotal hIioch, i-i 10 to 2 P JO 2ia lo Sia. $2.50 Hizea fi'j to 8 $2.00 Infniitfi' first ntcp shoes, colors . $1.50 The Tulsa Garment Faetory Just .Vtom II mi .Mid I11 ml Volley It. It. Trucks oil crctilli OSAtlP, 701 Your Nrlulihor Trmlcii Here. Why Not You? BLACIWELL 1 MILLINS80( WW White Star Flour LITV UNSURPASSED B.LOUR, LAririJlrri t rttrfft. (ZiUsWHITESTAR P 12 lbs. - - - 49c 24 lbs. - - - 81c 48 lbs. - - $1.59 Piggly Wiggly All Over the World 3 Stores in Tulsa NOHTIII'.XST COHNKlt SISCONI) AND llOUIUr.ll $3 Ordcm DclWcml l'Ycn ron ni?m:ii ooons at i.owkst viuces Full 11 end tkx imiiiihM for. u -'- Toll lVt Milk (limit ft runs) ....tflo lluaart I'otntrH-s, in I lis to iwk,.,,,,VIM .".,,..,...ii,.....,.I9i! No. 10 or U'lillon onus frrsli rruncn. .......... , ......7Ho I'ork tiliouldrr, per lb. ... , lAo Clltlt'k fitCllU, Mr 11) "paq...:. ......... rr. ..'..;!. 13 in rinte Doll, M-r lb . ...... 6c ECONOMY GROCERY and MARKET Phono Osage 8692 105 East First St. FRIDAY SPECIALS HAMS 20c Round Steak Best Ueof Roast, f peril) . JLZtllL per lb VL Loin Steak, 1)ti R Boillnf? OK per lb Beef x5DC Potatoes, per peck : 27c 10 bars Swift's White Naphtha Soap 35c Large size Post Toasties, per pkg 11c Be reasonable and nsk yourself why you pay more for goods than we are selling at. 0. E. HAVENS mmmmmmmmmmmmmmKmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Lone Horn Kull Crenrn Qftrt Cheese, pound......... OUL 3 Ilia. Ilhta million (Tif nfi Olro for tDlaVll Oood Plcnla Ham?, pound Dent flrndo Compound, (limited) i lbs. for (lood Crcimery Iluttr, pound Oood Venl Itoaat, pound Oood Vcnl Hound, pound 1 pack jtood I'olalocs for Thfse are ponltlrelr the best potntoes crown. 25c 38c 10c 25c 21c 1 caiv No. 1 cood Vttlt for 1 pound Arbuckla'a Coffea, pound. . ........ 3 lanr cna Njr-Ko Milk for 1 pint Bnett Ilellsh for 2 lbs, a;ood Tokay Orapea for :5a or (.pound bnakst for 4 Iba. fancy Jonathan Apples for J5c or 10 lbs. lor Horseahos, Btar and Cllmai ,.. 74c 12c 25c 25c 20c 53c Apples 65c Tobacco, pound for ... A Mere Thought of Snvinir Should Direct You to the PEOPLES EXCHANGE 111.113 ICiut First Strict rhono Oaace 80 1 1 RANKS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 200, 202, 204, 206 East First Street Corner First and Cincinnati Oklahoma's Largest Market 21,000 SQUARE FEET OF FLOOR SPACE Potatoes, per peck Nyko, tnll cans, each Pet Milk, tall cans, each Hobc, tall cans, each Standard Corn, per can Country Gentleman Corn, lcr 1 1 C can i XXV Sweet Potatoes, per peck 23c ..9c 10c ..9c ..9c Swoct Potatoes, per bushel . . . . 18c 75c Dlnmond K. Flour, per 98-pound J0 QK bag tptjD Diamond K. Flour, per 48-pound fTpr bag ;. tpl)9u Diamond K. Flour, OA- OVL 10c per 24-pound bag Eggs, per QQ. dozen OOL Compound, per pound . Bacon, by whole or half piece, per e)A pound Hams, per pound . . . . 19c "Better Goods" A. L. FRANKS, Prop. Osage 726 0. E. HAVENS 117 East First Street Phona Osage 1497 Baby Beef Baby Beef Roast, per lb Q I Chuck Roast, per lb. Pot Roast, ft 3 lbs. Boiling per lb. ,.i cL Beef . 9c 25c HAMS 20c Pound Nice Lean Ham Pure Lard PER POUND . . . 12V2C 12 cans Standard Com ;. . ..j., $1.10 12 cans Standard Tomatoes . . ....i..j. . . .$1.20 'Potatoes, per peck ..j. . . . . ,27c 1 large package Post Toasties ltUt . . .11c 10 bars Swift's White Naphtha Soap. ...l... . ,35c WHY PAY MORE? 0. E. HAVENS Unusually Quick, Satisfactory Service Given to Mail Orders and Inquiries Halliburton-Abbott Go. Main and Fifth Streets Phone Osage 6060 iltl A Particular Collection of Silk and Cloth Dresses Reduced to, Special 24.75 This offering of attractive dresses moans a special sav ings to those fortunate enough to secure these garments, for they have regularly been held at considerably higher prices There aro silk Canton crepes, poiret twills and trico tines in straight lino and tight, snug fitting bodices, some with full skirts and others that drape. They are trimmed in silk braid, beads and embroidery. Sleeves aro short or three-quarter length, with open cuffs, many of which show silk facings in contrasting colors. Shown in navies, browns and blacks. New Stride -a-Way Bloomers of Striped Satinelte Jtnes length bloomers of cood quality striped satlnetto, the nw patented Strlde-a,-Way, which has no ncama In crotch. They fit perfectly, are ctit full to size, well mailo and finished. In Barter atyle, In navy, brown and black. 1.98 Each Striped Satinctte Bloomers AnUI length bloomers of nice striped satinctte, mado with double cuff and shown In regular nizca. Cut full to alio and eplendldly finished. In green, copen, brown and black. 2.95 Each Womm'i IVrixr TWrrt Moor ill For Today and Saturday Sale of Trimmed Hats at 10.00 Featuring Unusual Values For today and Saturday wo have arranged a special selling of good looking trimmed hats and reduced the prices to where it will mean an unusually fine saving to women. Shown In velvets and duvntynea trimmed In feathers, ribbons and flowors with selections very widely varied, In all the new fall colorings and black. Mllllnrr? Third Door Extra Fine Woolen Values 2.19 All-Wool Homespuns An exceptional Una of all wool homespuns tn an assort ment of light and dark color mixtures; used tor dresses, suits, wraps' and three.ploce suits; 68-Inch. The yard, special. .. All-Wool Basket Weaves A superior (Trade of this fin material for now suits and dresses In a good selec tion of new autumn colors; -12 Inches wide. The material la an exceptionally good Q A ff value at, special..,. u.t:9 I'Ipre fjood- All-Wool Eponge A beautiful showing of all wool eponoge, ono of the sea son's most popular fabrics for new dresses and capes. Eight of the best autumn shades and 66 Irrchea wldo. Q "I Q The yard, special... O.JL7 New Fall Coatings A comprehenalva collection of latest novelties In solid col ors and fancy effects from the foremost mills In this country: C6 and 60 Inches wldo. They are specially priced, yard d.qu to ond Floor 3.39 Art Goods 3.1'lc-co T.lnrn Duffct Sets In white, basket designs. r7K Tho set toC l-.In. Pillow CnM-n with hem stitched hems. Tho - Of pair, priced XtUtJ Ijlncu Tea Napkins of flno grado material with quarter-Inch hemstitched hems; utamped In neat, simple designs. rtTtn nach DC r.Mn. T.nucli Cloths with 4 napkins; stamped on good whlto art linen In attractlvo - n( designs. The set X.f ) lVtcr Rabbit Fowling Hlbs, easily embroidered In QC outline stitch ODC 3n. In. Iuncli Cloth and 4 XnpLlns of bleached goods with appllquo designs. The QQ. set, rpccl.il aOVs i Good House Dress Offerings Bungalow Aprons Slip-on bungalow aprons with belts and pockets; short tUtsvcs, trimmed In bins folds; In hIich 36 to 40; In navy, gray and brown; of good materials. -f f( Kach, priced X.UU Dresses and Aprons Dresses and aprons of flno ginghams In plain colors and plaids; button nnd slip-on models with medium short aleevea; clover colbira and cuffs of white pique C Q(? or organdy. Special. . tJo Gingham Apron Dresses rialn colors, checks and plaids In many colors; me dium short sleeves; In sllp-on styles with collars nnd cuffs contrasting; otliern plain necks. Spc- - rkCT dal l.yo Stout Dresses Gingham and percale dresses, In sizes 44 to C8 In checks, striped and plaids; aide opening; neatly trimmed In pique or llnen,coltars and cuffs; full skirts; C qk many colors. Special jLimUu lions. I)rtatf Fourth floor Many New Things in Showings in the Baby Shop Little Wash Dresses Small checked, plaid and plain color gingham frocks In pink, blue, green, yellow, buff, lavender and brown. Pretty smock or pleats and smocks; white collars and cuffs or contrasting; artistic hand embroidery; sizes 2 to S. 2.95, 3.50, 4.95, 6.50 Little Boys' Overcoats Utile chinchilla overcoats for inld-wlnter, In cinnamon, brown or navy, strictly man tailored garments with belts or bolted backs; of excellent quality material and splen didly lined; perfectly fin ished; sizes 8 to 6, 8.95, 10.50, 15.50 "Jack Tar" Wool Suits Warm blue or brown flan nels, blue or brown serges from Jack Tar. with braid and emblems In black or white silks crimson collars and cuffs. Excellently made up and shown in an attractive assortment; sizes from 3 to 8 years, 8.95, 9.50 Little White Dresses IJttlo white poplin dresses, box pleated with tiny collars and cuffs in whlto or colors; touches of hand-embroidery; with or without belts; in stylo types for baby boys; sizes 1, 2 and 3 years. Good selections. 2.95 to 4.50 Little Boys' Wash Suits Cotton, pongee, gingham and pnplin nultb In pink, blue, yellow, graen and brown a variation In the button-on or smocked styles with whlto waists or in plain colors; , hand-smbroldered and ilny ruffles; sizes 2 to 6 years. 1.50 to 4.95 Trousers and Blouse Suits Button-on stylo suits with trousers of tweed mixtures, blouses of white poplin; ihown In an attractive variety of colors, every garment of good quality material, well mad and nicely finished. Sizes S to 6. 6.95 rub fihov roorth floor Girls' Wool and Wash Dresses Girls' all-wool Jersey dresses with touches of hand-work; plain necks or IJramley collars; ulso some clever bloomer dresses In this lot; in sizes 6 tn 14 In navy, brown, tan, inohawk, Mod crato nt 6.95, 8.95, 10.50 Dresses of best grada Ander son's ginghams in checks and plaids, each dress having bloom ers; In sizes C to 14 years; shown in all tho prottlcst colors for autumn school wear. They aro reasonable at 3.50, 3.95 MLtra' Bhot ronrlh Floor Specials in White Goods nfl. In. English Ijoiigclotli, fine, soft weave for llr.serle; -J (f yard, special XuL 30. In. Egyptian Nnlnsook of flno cotton yarn, for gowns and undergarments. Yard, " Q special JLOC tll'In. While Oxford Shirting, mercerized finish and service alilo quality. QQ Yard, special Ot7v in. Yd. Holts of English hong cloth in good grade for under garments. Per 10-yd. - QQ bolt, special JL.Oi 30- In. Illcncliol Nainsook and Cambric, both tn splendid, high grades. Special, - an 6 yards -for l.UU SO.In. Whlto PIIsro Crepe, fine, soft crinkle material np. for gowns. Hpeclal Mtlt 31- In. Wlille Madras 6hlrtlng In whit corded stripes 4C and figures. Special... fxtJvs 30. In. nirachcd Muslin, splen did value at, yard, An special 14:1 n. Oood. Fourth floor Special Demonstration Kalos Toilet Preparations Come In and let th Itnloa girl explain and demonatrate to you this well known and excellent line of B. Ilurnham'a toilet preparations that Includes practically everything "for the proper core of the complexion and the hair. There is, of course, no obligation to purchase. Toilet Oood, Stttlan Main Floor Halloween Tahle Decorations and Novelties Now, before It is too late, obtain everything r.seded to mako your Halloween parly r Joyful success. We are showing Halloween crinkled lUrialn btUur- paper from Denntson, lanterns of different sizes, many novelties everything thut you may ro qulro or desire and all at moderate prices, too. -Mala floor II orders soc.