Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 297, Ed. 1 Sunday, August 25, 1912 Page: 3 of 14
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Til V. TULA I
sr l . V A VttiVUT
i u-i i i.n-imii bun b
(I'.uiki l''nurlh unci Boulder.)
John U. M n inn inln.iili-i lti'-
tvn. ' llll i uvon. T lipbogg
Tin' morning gervioe bagjgi prttfi
bundai ichool al l:4l International
ll-HMOII fill lllr lbl. ' Ji-hllH' VlHll tn
Niiztii'tli ." All Olgggag below Hi"
Hllllll ilfp M "I" HI HHi- till' miulnl b'H
mum. OlMtM M4 tMM suited II
rveryiiut'. Truln up your child In tlu
way In should go ami o Hint
Moll Inn WOrgMll at I I o'clock
gubJOOl nf ilii' mrnum: "SOVOg Lamna
of At'chltl'l'tUIc '
Bvenlng worahis ai k n i inrk. sub-'
tool nf a4drani "IrVoggg Moon!
Tiw mlnbrter will ineak both num-
t n k anil II MllMi
At I til o'clock nut at 7. tbl mum1
meeting nf iill Hi "niiK pMplM'
clotlea if "" Tugg oburoliw. flu
object of teh mooting win bi lo put I
before tbi roung mil and young wi
men nf tha town Kim if th problem
that confront H"' religion of fMUll
Cbftet l'i Iota at Hiik tunc anil tl
nek tiu'ir co-operation in ml imw
work fir ill around battirinint Bv
cry young pomp In town WHOM 'n"
lereata riHi - above ioda pop ;md J"v
riding ought i" bi 'mi in "i'' moot'
Inf. Mr. Buehner will tad tbl
gtalM mime M.l luuvli. wmiiIi
iCurnor rifiu agd lauotoi
tat i'. ii i.' rbookei
ill 11. i mi hi. mil llooloa uvenui
III lldl I gOtlOOl llll a. in.
ai ii a. nti lb ICnli koruooki i will
li nil .ilia 'PlgJUttaf) COItlfll." AI
this hi i v log PTi Knb k rboi Im bi
angioug in i i ai tin' womhirg f
lily ll ui h in order In g In fori
tht'in ipooial plana f" ni' lowing
tragi n-woii undor Kiv floirgi
Htiiari iik' ovingolM of International
roputatlon a iw-wirker if rtl"
lopoa. Hub number of bka oburcb
in urged to In progenl
At 7 p in . b Ibi iunf pupil if
tin- young peopl I.. i Hi.' poungpoo
i ii . an Ingplrelion anil odmoHoPi
IH till p in. ggogl poonlag gM I
The tav Hubert P Knlokorbookor.
paator if om of Hi'' Utrgeel ohurrJtaa
in ilii. Miiith at Win... Ti nan. ami
"v brothor of ibi Biv. Percy knloker
book or win prooobi
gpeoial muaiogi gumboil nwdind
by the rh"ir gnd Nig rhuirh gglotgl
All Hgdgr tfct dlrOOtlOfl Of Ucnrgc K
ui nd Mta Bvebel Johnston or-
gMbt Tin eplr 1 1 ii ml mI it a I nor nf sn "Id
Umt OgOlU mootlM lllglggbia 1". n
iiuiiii- bippi omotblng rwvoIoui.
Uiootrlo fana and loo widir maka
tin oburi ii oool unit thr man gra ln
rttod i" ohm aitbonl tbolr oogta
a ooloonio Uka rour motbor'g.
Tiiniiy ICptttwpal Cliurt'b.
ICkwnor I'iftii .uni QlnolnnaUil
taVi Oilbaii a UtUntnOi rootori
Twolfth gunday aftor Trinity.
Koly Coflimunloni M " m
Morning i wyor ' urniini 11
No nlgnl lanlHi
Bvory ono rob?oino al all aorvtooa.
J. S 2
Thcri' 11 10 many ronwiontliuiK
mlnlaterai many kimi doctora and
aoma bad onea; unacrupuloua iw-
yorg "'id a fow K""J "imH. JuhI no
with every profeaalon. i hava ap-
peared before the London Pgyohlo
Eleaakrob Society hh well tba
ituHtnii ami Waonlnlton branohag
of tho aantOi and endoraad by all
My roudliiBH WblOb aro thorough
ami si'iontifio haya nothing In
common whatever with tha ficti-
tioua reading! of Illiterate unr'-
iiuiiir humbug "palmbitgi paychica
aatrologori and fortune teller etc"
who by their disgraceful oonducl
drag my noble profeaalon Into the
miiv fur fortune tolling and fraud.
A satisfactory reading can only bo
had from one who has thoroughly
maatered the lawo of thoae won-
derful acieneei through yeara of
critical study of occultlKin.
jn j on wish to learn the truth
concerning your bualnoaa domaa-
tlc or love affairs .' Arc you unde-
cided in doubt unhappy or In
trouble? la there any matter "f
human Interest that perplexei you?
Come to me and i win toll you just
exactly that which you wish to
kliow Of and advise you as to the
Ultimate outcome of your present
dlfheultlea; so far as It Is In my
power to do I Will asaist you; my
knowledge of life is broad deep
and profound and combined With
my tnarveloua clairvoyant power
ami ray superior knowledge of the
. ecu it forces enables me to not
only read your life past present
and future but to also advise and
i appreciate the liberal patron-
age that 1 am reeolvim; and 1 hope
to merit a continuance of tame
and 1 am going to continue for an-
other week to give my special
readlnga for the nominal sum of
10 cents. This Is being doge pure-
ly as a matter of advertisement
as si -only-live per cent of my pa-
tronago come from the recom-
mendation Of others.
WHAT 1 Wil l TELL VOC POR
I'll TV ( IMS.
1 will call your name toll your
... eupatlon tell what condition
your buttneaa is in ami how to
promote It I totfyOI whether
your land contains nil gas or
minerals burled treasure otc:
tell you all about ur wife
sweetheart or lover and how
to win the love of anyone you de-
sire. 1 till you of nny move. Jour-
ney speculation position or change
of any kind which may be before
you and how to act to obtain the
heat results i toil you exactly
what your iiequalntam'o thinks of
you who to trust and who to shun
I toll you whom and when you will
marry if at all. and give their
n ame a-e. nrmputtoti ami disposi-
tion. In short. I tell you every-
thing you called to find out. and
that ton without asklnK you a
djbeatlon or you gpaaklng a word
oi l it BS T 111 E. THIRD m.
Aro so situated as to fecure pri-
vacy and seclusion.
Hnnae from " . i mil x p. na
Miiulay Ml a. in. until P '".
tin 1 1 1 ill- an I all a nbul ll d ( bn
tiou hip nee Ulifitura gii N road
ur pumbaai d if gaain d
All ale . 01 .ll.ill) tnt Hi .i
Hie igfvloaa gnd rigM ";
i . i. .ui
i ii i m i i tarrli
Conii r Pifib and Noubl
liei. gy o. win . i. r from
dee h III p i .1. ll Ulh
Kinid.O school. II ibi
i iik lupeiintandi m.
ICpw orlh league 7 o'cl.u I. p in.
Pttenda mum aordlalii Invltad
i.riiic McHmmIIki Kpletupgl ilio'h.
1 1 lornar Colli na and Trenton
John oY Kongtt pastor. Pbol
gunda) school at v . m.
I'll in lllllH serce w lnli the Iti'V
John w. Konalt win preach oh
"i 'hrlm and t be Comn o '' opla '
Hpwortb loggue al I p w
Progoblgg gal Ii a al I p m . bog
there Will be Hie Uggg solo. i
and blight talk by tin pa lOI
An IgVltgttOg Is glVOg oil to at"
tend this obureb wi. lo ill
T) A I LT WOULD
1 i Kill Hp
a rt i .i. i UObllM ItKAHIk'l lA)W IVHIUH
viti. in w 1 1 me
M viih i r
1 0 1 J
tiii: I : R
SPL'UUIIOh IS VrRY UULL
Inii oaii- u iii
:o ml- In ill.
I'hsi BgpUsi 1 biirill.
(Corner Clnoinnati and Pourtb.)
Ilaibs II. Marriott pagtor. Bui
den. e laa South t'lm iniiati avenue.
Mornlm worship and lermon 11 a.
m. The paator win be in the pulpit
morning and night
Morning subject: "Ltghthoun
Bvanlng aorningddreiii aubjaoti
"A Young Man's RHOUI" All young
men of the city aai lalU invited to
hear this rpeclal addless.
gunda) school 10 a. 111. J. Allen
f eager auporlntondonl
II. V. I'. U 7 p. in
Midweek aervloa Wednesday cell-
ing X p III.
The Rev Marriott has .Inst returned
from bis recent vacation gnd will 00
oup) tha pulpll at both aervtoooi Ho
is anxious to meii ever) member at
each of these llleetllltts funic and
hear something aboul "Uththouga
I'hrlstluns" at ll a. m.
In the evening tha ureal evory-
hodys' meeting. Bpecbil music "A
Invitation to young
Fauna Mans ttOJOUe." A special
btyltation to young men. The
ii. ..I he enal and rOU will b
America of tomorrow depends on
its young manhood of today. Come
out and hear this serin. ui. Music pro-.
gram beglni at N p. m. mmu v i
Btrantera are invited to tnia onurcn.
Biimnii ( iiunii of Clirlat Bolentlet. I
(Assembly room CoUrthoUOO)
gervioea Sunday morning at ll a.
m. bubieot: 'Mind."
Sunday school lor the children at
1:11 a. iii.
WcdiiesdH) evening testimonial
mel ting at I p m.
The reading room maintained by
this church Is located In room -07 j
first National building open every:
day except Sunday from UilO a m
lulu ... Hara all authorised Chris
build- 1 "oihi.
iiii.n i N H WBl x hi lUi
Obrytng Ngatav'a WWaUi'i InlwMll
hsicii Two Pr Qukikaand.
From New Voik Hafgid
The affection of a borgo for hb
iiuiHiei agvod 'be I v s of Mounted I'o
lloetnan Tbomaa J Leonard and Wil
Hum Koplbwh of Brooklyn rooontly.
Kiibht tha h "1 n wtu lha hero ul
the gny ami man) Rromon and phll
dreii went to the Mvart g.vonie ata'
tiou stables with augar tor lb
Popltgcb " I" oroaalni a rickety
wooden bridge over the 1 'id Hill
ci k Winn tbl planka gave
uml In- was dropped Ii.''- "'i- creek aa
the tide was low I'OpltOOh lid not J0
Ueva tbii' was an) danger and bo
stinted to wado lo shore But
when he tried to poll h I Wti '"'" ' "l
of the mire and m.ul H was al k i
Then in ten himself ulnklng Having
board Hun tin ins' thing to do in
Much emergencies ...is 1 1 remain still;
he did led siruK-' e further but ho
shouted with in. Cull force of bl'.
goon be wag up lo hla a ' tht
oulokgand and mud Ptnall) hla 01 1
grori heard by Polll . " no I.' "I
who dismounted from Knight leaving
the purse in tin roadway ami ran
mi l to the uridKc. Kopll' b Warm il
the policeman that thi pninka were
rotten and might give way. How -ev.r
Leonard decided lo risk It ami
!n bonding over to try and catch Kop
Itacb by the band the uolli emai
fell into the crei k.
Leonard Is a velciaii of 11)0 BiXth
United Slates Cavalry and bad t.i"s!i'
ftitfght several tricka. The police-
man had ridden the animal for two
years ami thereupon de Wing ' ll
Knight might be aide in save bun
ami Koptaoh in- whbrtled for the
which had wander il a tl W t et
tian Science literature may
All are cordially Invited I
our services and visit the
Sabbath ichool at 10 a. m.. !r. J.
s. French superintendent. Morning
service at 11 n. m. Bventng service
s p. m. 7oung People's aervloa at 7
p in. Leader Miss Jennie Cbastaln.
Prayer meeting Wednesday cm nlng
I. p. m. Vou aro cordially invited to
attend all the aervloea of the neighbor-
j. a. BHANNi N Paator.
Hearing bis maatara call Knitni
daslied Into the creek. When he h.nl
oome far enough La nam ordered ihe
horse to atop. Knlghl obeyed and
Leonard reached oul and oaughl bold
of the left stirrup. He told Kopttaoh
to cling to him and thi n with all thl
tronith be could gather Leonard
pulled blmaetf ml of tho mud and
m I re. I
From the saddle KoplUob was able
to spring to safety I hard told
him to run for help so that they
could get the horse out of the treach-
sroua mire. Shouting all the way.
Kopltgoh found saaUtanoa In four
Strom' men a few bundled yards
gway Leonard then Jumped to a dry
spot and clung to the reins.
With much difficulty the six men
pulled Knlghl out of the creek. Leon-
ard rode the animal back to the stable
where he told the story of how the
animal had saved him and Kopltrch.
in ll. U in KURT.
While it would not be pontbla to
di .i w mi. di Hun. line aa to v. bora
one tendency beglng and tho other
1 laavoa off inveaimoni aeouritiea
bowing high yioida continue "
gradually rim bi price and thoaa
ahov bug b ylebta to decline. This
1 contrail is applied on)) hi won '
cured Issues Hipou which intereal or
I diridend pa) menu ma) u regarded
eapoobtlly dependable and where-
in apccubuivi nalderatlona do not'
mb 1 1 Itondg 1 1 i. iins under I per
rent for example are generally heavy
in price and HliiH noli mil rate of III-'
..uni the) yield Hi. buyer. Bondi al-
i . .i; i leldlng I M Per cent to u per
I cent and preferred stock I that net)
tin b i .-I returns i nd to advance
The im. m ic return from them is cor
Rs!adjustinenl oi InirreH Hates
n ia because ol the widely racoi-l
nlaed eondilimi tb'l capliul Inslsls
upon better roturna in proportion to
Ho Inoreuaed burdena In tha waj of
: living expenses :l Is obliged to nieel
thai Inveetora havina loy rlold bonds
sri gradually aellini them. As buy-
ers are aoarce for suob issues tho
prices decline until a level is reached
where sole. Inveetora Ind it attrac-
tive tin lln other band Ihe deiniml
for securities thai will nay rales
which the Inventor oonatdora ade-
q natantl) growing and the MAM '
.bo. ind thus created Is advunclng 1
the prlei-H of Hllell l.-SU. S.
The Mouiitloa that hive suffered I
i. 1 1 through theea eondltloni are
tin. oi.i line railroad Issium and bonds1
of the latter munlolpalltiea. Al-
though noi'uing like so extenglva
th decline in so. b lecurltlek bi
comparable in n way with thai in
Drltlsll onsols. which has recently
attracted s much attention. The
-.' were the same in both in-
Ita . There are so many more se-
eurltlee numerically speaking that
oi good returns thai the market . him
a whole Is takiiu! Its lone from the iron
m lit an IN Oft) readjustment In pro
. Ul j in .'Kin. ni i utidltbiMi
l'i III:. .in III I Ul Itlglll I III. oul. Hill. -
i iie of the must l eiu.irkable lb i
velopmenli oi the bug big yi " laa
been Hie change in the rales acorn I
lug iii ur ei.ii .i . a pi tat. Hi a ien 1 1 1
w 11 h is kepi HU ' With Ihe ad
i. in re In 1 ommodliy pricog ami 1 oig
men is I tap tea Aa ogpbtlajed abova
I liter llll II. 'Ill e ll lS bel li (lie
cause oi in1 esioi m refuelng hi pur
.bum' aeouritiea uniagg ii yield is
adequate to Ihi b noeda. do ologgly
do III. He CUndltiOni Si'l III H i. lie. I to
ea. h oibei that ii is now considered
probable that lusher Inveotmenl ralaa
Will pie . Ill IS long N I tuple lllld II
necei irj to meet household lulls of
llle present relative hl.e People lie
studying to obtain Hie best .mi g
-1 ranulta from their ogptal and are
mil rlskum ll in uncertain Minnies
is the) did before HIT
vim 1 u but on sun nun
The Irregular use among specula
me igguag on ihe stock exchange hss
not atlraoted a public following mid
now we bine arrived elooa ta the time
when New Vol k bgnfcl must no el
the annual drgftg front Interior polnta
for crop imoing purpuaoi under
the circumatancee it is believed thai
the iimc tor anything Uka a goner!
ipeoulatlve buying Biovomogi bM
pnanedi No IbiuMitlon hi appnrent.
however ami us (hire is no inflation
to coiie. t. the market evidenth rests
OH a much more solid foundation
than would have boon lbs case gad
si .t va pun ban on borrowed oapL
la I 1 n a featuri of tha last fog
Isirga amounla of corporate bond
uml note laauee win fall due between
now and ti nd of the roar. The
total is reliably intimated al ooge to
00I Most of tills Is on
railroad and luatrial propertied gnd
must be dpi. 1 with refunding la-
mina These log. 'tiler Willi llle UrW
al quota of lew Issues lb .1 are to be
brought "Ui during the autumn ln
dlcatea a pli ntltvde of attractive of
ferlnn lo come before inveatorgi Very
few public utility maturities are tall
lug due and Offering! of Ibis Clagl
will undouhtedlr consist mainly of se-
curities to finance nomblnatlona of
going plainta and will go to the In
veator on the favorable term thai
have made such Issues faVorltOg dUI
inw the list few yearn
mi 1 mt ihi
JKAN ll .11
1 Imvp insi pUiHid 011 ui
o( DphUi t'oiwiiitiHg f lloll T11
T ijewritor. Office Tai.h s Kir.
tlir Yli'lii.ttiil Horrii'k
hHaiuli ;ilni e
N un w ill lint
iill otberg in qua
liero tlir Uintl il
loor r cftf
op Mat I'OD
Itj and (rftlue
I lobk mi ar'
Furniture and Carpet Co.
311-13 Soufh Main
ki urn ' s In the
than the gradual
er. As a general
changes are very
latter class rathel
decline in the oth
iiiini! ourrenl price
gradual ami i" re-
1 .i niivii 1 Tnlk" lrovcs a llenrt-
Hoftncr fof Tills fnrtunaio
There la 1 glycorlne-tongped Indl
vidua! of perhapi forty-odd sa.t ium-
ne ts in our midst
1 here would be nothlni strange
iiiiout thai were it not for ibis oer
lain gent's mellow heart-rending bale
Perhapi rou have seen him. if
on are an ofllOC man Vou bine seen
In your oltlee : If vou are a Rg
vou have seen blm tit your hack
lie ciin be Identified wllb east
llle follow lug spiel ;
"LadV '1 . I bear thai VOU BT
line lady; I know il now bl looking
at you. I know by your appegranoa
fou would help a poor unfortunate
soul. 1 have just boon released from
ihe penitential) where 1 served six-
teen real It'i awfully b ud (here
the voice chokes mid the eyes mois-
ten) for an ex-oonvlcl to get a slut
Ami 1 hive a daughter (more moist-
enlng ami choking) arho is eomini in
on the evening train ami (aa avg
and f leal!) I hh ash. lined to
meel her looking the win 1 do in
these tattered togs. Pleaae (mellow)
oh. please lady citn'l you give me a
little money or some clothing'
Won't ion trust a man who hai I n
so unfortunate ami one who is try
Ing to gel stalled right In the WOffd
again ' If ii wasn i for my darltoi
daughter (plum choked up now) 1
Manj offloe men and many matron!
have fallen tor this ami om- wall
known Inly out Inward Fifteenth
sireei g.ie sway bar husband's gggj
Prlnoe Albert when sho told he
hunband at dinner what she hsi'
ii be si iied ih.it he lueaaed it w'
all light lor be had given the s.iile
fellow :i down at the nttleo.
Help Hie poor fellow out when hi
calls lie needs we mean wants
Second Baptist Church
(Meeta in Owe Hchoolhouae.)
.Sunday school :la a. m. '. D.
In Sunday school last al
Smith superintendent. Wo bad 122
In Sunday school last Sunday. Come
and bring the children. Let us muko
it no this Sunday Bvery one pres-
ent will be made welcome.
At 11 a m. Dr. Specs will prenrh
and at s p. in. Brother Ware will
oreaoh. a cordial invitation extend
ed to all. (.'nine ami worship with
Wednesday evening prayer mooting
will be held at the home of Brother
Dekvno n Olympta street.
II. BCHORTBMETBB clerk.
The Undies' Aid society of the Sec-
ml Baptlat church will meet with
Mrs. Welch on N'ogales between
First and Park next Thursday after-
noon at 3 o'clock. All Indies lire re-
quested to be present.
MKS. DBLONO President
(South Door of Gourthouie.)
Sundny school at 10 a. m. Will
open on time and have a busy forty
minutes. Come rejoicing.
Morning service 10:50 o'clock.
Sermon by the pastor on "A Great
Picture with n nark Background or
Rising to Greatness."
All arc invited. Come lot us wor-
lp. C. W. grPPBRD Pastor.
Good Butter Without Ice
keep milk sweet ami butter cold
In hot weather put ihe butler In a
bowl or small Jar and cover with a
saucer. Pour the milk Into a wide
mouthed bottle and cover. Then set
both butter and milk In a rather deep
pan and pour In enough cold water to
Iill pan half full. Fold a towel or
piece of an old tablecloth twice dip
III cold water and spread dripping wet
OVer bowl and bottle with the edlcH
of tho cloth in the wsier. Set the
pan whero the air can circulate and
your milk will be sweet and tho but-
ter nice even In the hottest summer
Read World Wan! Ads.
Hist Church of chHst. Scientist'
(Brockman BuUdlnti 901-A South
T.esson sermon 11 a. m. Subject:
Bpnday school for the children at
9:30 a. m.
Wednesday evenlnK testimonial
meeting at ft p. m.
pnbUe Ohriatlan Relonce reading
rrmm npen every day. except lUntfgK
from to 4:80 r. m. In room 810
Central National Hank building. Mere
to Young Men
I know your ambi-
tions and hopes. I
show you how to be
self-reliant ; how to
train yourtrf lor busi-
ness; how to make
good then make money.
Our courses in
do it Sell your head-
make your fingers obey it.
Our (ourses in Actual
Business 1'rattk.e prspan:
you for any position
Write" for our free
Catalog; it shows pBXara
of our clasnis nuotes
letters from young folk
like you who now earn
gr.od money Call and see
sir tomorrow noon let
oie show you around our
offices. Ask for
TILSA BUSINESS COLLEGE
Opening September 2
Don't Forget The Third Annual
TULSA FAIR AND
Sept. 16 17 18 19 20 and 21-1912
Six Big Days of Entertainment and Instruction
Daily Airship Flights and Horse Races
Band Concerts Free Acts And Other Features
Entries Open in all Departmenrts
Phone Call or Write For Blanks
TULSA FAIR ASS'N
Office: 20 W. Third St.
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