Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 236, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 18, 1913 Page: 3 of 8
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THE TULSA DAILV WOU'M) W KUN Y Mi ! 1913
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Vti'.A OWTMHJ fBUVMOMi
Till tarn i r i" e
miiiio w in iiii r ths player i"'
olad In VBlvgl "i in hoddou
urn Beneath ths gilded oell-
irntH of it pglai i ir iii low i' i
rafters ut i cabin there are
hr miiii It KOPi illul foul's llli'
:unii' Jealousies and distrusts
ami despondlnga; the wlli tnd
stratagems u"' nil alike; for
ufl it all. Hi" stake in human
happiness whether he who
risks it in' u ii or of i'" uwni.
I J t V I KRAY'N III NOAH
M r n nd Mm 1 .v v right m e
garden pari to Introduce relative
t'limiiin meeltni of I . v. i: in i i s.
v ii. Rnesor's home
Mr. .mil Mr.-. Willis Btoul I nl rtttln
No lava i inii
Itebeluth ulub meets with Mr.. .1. IS
Burpriaotl mi Birthday
Was. EJthel Daniel's twentieth
blrtbda) anniversary wag until'' the
occasion nl' a pleaaanl lurprlse Iton-
Ida) i ii unit;. Mel absence trout bef
home nl No ' Booth atsybvlla .
Vihlle friends were gathering in 1 -
I brate (he happy event wai arranged
and her surprise al finding timi g
degen young men and women had r-
rived iiurinK the inii rvai as com-pi-1
. Mueli mill other enJoyabli
diversions caused the livening lo pass
nil in qulofcli iii m i ord with the
pleasure nf tin' Kin-sin Refreshing
dainties were served mid before the
evening tarns to s dose Miss Daniels
was showered with man) pretti gifts
ii Hi' i : i r i v were tin m - Arneits
hlley Pals) sUratton lira Walters
Florence Diller Itoeebpd F.iiU. s
and Mills Joseph and Messrs. Con ley
Travelstead Louis Venable niily
Hawkg Prank Prli John Blnwtoni
and Clinton Tlllory
1 hi V udtoy
Mi mni Mrs (crank Agnes of So
l - 7 North Olympla verj pleasantly
entertained .i party ol friends Mon-
day evening tn honor Iheli usln
Minn Olive Abbot! ol Tuscumbuti Mo.
Qamea and music completed by the
serving "f refreshments wen ii"'
source of mi egoeedlngl) enjoyable
evening for the following guests:
Mi- si. mi and Annie Mollis Bonnie
White i; Iwln Idl Durham
Maygli Burton Pearl Murray
i idle Monroe and HSdna H Iton Mrs
Helton and Mrs Abbey and Messrs
Harry and Henr) Hell Herbert and
Henry '; bhart Andrew Bdi
tor Oauie Krenh Welsh fvv
wag Mn hi in i".ii -Iiihm and ollu t lull)
forms i.i amusement gud lum ii of
two pourgM wAs served I'tans weri
mads for pi n ru nl Thurada) al
Band Springs o hnnm Must Howe
Dm guosi in I." iii ' in1' girls ud
their boj fi i nds i u the pari res-
tarda) ii the Uyua boms wore the
Misses iri Hauu Turresss Bhlelds
K'adlne Planner Mario Kuoerr Wiul
in ii iii edi i . Kutblei n Uabua Rdus
iii iii.nl p. mi Arthur v ii Hupp.
Dr mni Mri W n .hi "i HI il
'ollegi . Tn ari egpt i led to arrp
the i iNt ni' tin. wcok onroute home
from Minneapolis where the) btV)'
i ii in attondane at the medics I
meeting) and n'"' be guests for sov
em days hi Hi.' hn n of Mr and
Mrs John s-loun "f No Hi South
i'h yeune Ave. Aim. (lluun who Is i
sister of Airs fllomi i s iso ' practio-
Hn pbysd inn.
Miss Marguerite ftHvin "ii" hag
been waking special stud) of lbs
organ und pbtnu in vaiunts City fur
tin pusi two months Is sxpei tod boine
ih- latter pari "f ihi week aooompa-
nlod bj Mrs (leorge Muehliiaok mi. I
I daughter Miss Marggrtt who will be
guests in the home "i Miss Uevlu'n
parents Mr and Mrs Thomas Oavlu
'mi South Cheyenne a est
y Skin Absorption
Instead f Cosmetic
- n. i.i
M nrrn .
Mn i. II. Markham Sr. und mi
tmills Markham of Bradford Pi
guests I" i"' l le of M.
tnd m r .i ml Mrs Wrn
1 1 we have taid anything thai
M hurl an Honest competitor wo
are Borry Our aim is to yet peo-
ple in weighing nil they buy.
If a merchant advertises 50 lb.
can ni lad for k-ss than wholesale
cost and then only gives 45 lbs
liet nielli people should know
It a merchant advertises 2j!hs.
of sugar for $1.00 ami only gives
4ji lbs. fur ';c ami only .. lb-
for 50c he onlit not to get angry
h hen ii i- told.
W e cannot see "for tlie-sake of
Mike" why some of our competi-
tors do nol love ns. ?
They will stand up and cry and
continue lo lie.
e have always paid our debts;
wc have never been sued for debt;
we are able to pay all we owe;
we do nol appeal to the riih;
only ak those who appreciate
buying better goods for less
money to continue to trade with
us so loii as we sell them right
and save them money
li CQiU muiiev to deliver poods
we save this expense.
Lei ihosc who ask credit pay
the delils of those who do not
If wc do not save you money
we do not ask your trade. If you
are not satisfied we will pay back
your money. We have the larg-
est cash grocery and meat market
trade in Tulsa. That fact enables
us to buy in large amounts and as
we pay cash we buy for less. If
our customers stand by us we may
vol he able to reduce prices.
We believe now is a good time
to buy sugar.
i?i lbs. Pure Cane Granulated
Suar fur $1.00
too lbs. Pure Cane Granulated
Sugar for $4.60
24 His. of the best flour In
Tulsa for 55c
1 pk Best Eating Potatoes .18c
1 pk. Best Xew Potatoes 25c
Hume Rendered Lard from
per lb. OC to I2T2C
Best Quality Compound lard 10c
Heavy Fat lry Sail Meat lb. 10c
Heaw Smoked Fat Hacks lb. 10c
Good Smoked Hams per lb. 1 7 1 ic
Good-Breakfast Bacon 20c
Guaranteed Fresh Kkks. per
2 Can- Van Camp's Pork and
Beans for 15c
2 Round pkgs Oats 15c
2 Can- Pumpkin 15c
1 Can Sweet Potatoes 10c
I Gal. Apricots 35c
I Gal IVacbcs 35c
1 Gal. Karo Syrup 38c
I Gal. Karo White Syrup ... 43c
Come and pet our prices on the
eulia i:ne. You cannot judge a
store by a few advertised prices.
Wc have the best corn fed
steers for our beef. Our prices
arc less than some who sell blue
toue.li junk beef.
Those who po to market always
pet the best and the lowest prices
Bui those who phone their wants
or give same to a solicitor always
get what is left and pay the high'
It should be a pleasure to a
mother to go to market and buy
for her family. She should select
only the best meat and groceries
ami she should know that she get!
the lowest prices and hone-:
weipbts Ii pays to investigate.
We give full weight.
We do not deliver
101 Bait Second St.
in Mrs. t'nvltt's Homo.
Mr.-. V "i. C'avltl entertained the
girls of iii- Trie 1'. olub lasl evening
ni her home "ii South Ualtlmore ave-
nue in pretty farewell i" Miss Louise
McNeal one nf the class who Is
leaving Thursda) for Mississippi i
spend Hi' summer. Tin girls spent
11 Jolly evening al game and refresh-
ments wore s'-ri'ii. 'riii' party was
in. iii- up ni the following young
misses: Helen Thurman lone Stew-
art Blanche Boone Man' Walsh
Jennie Elliott Bernlcu Shaw Alice
Braymer Corn Croft II. 11 I Bland
Myrtle l''arbHnks Bernlcc Butcheld-
'r mni Wlllcn ' Finney
For Muskogee Mil Id.
Tin' Misses Edith ami T.uin I.miii
I ..f '.. ill I Bnnlh III-Imm .nli .l...l
Inlorniullj yesterday afternoon for
theii guest Aiiss (Catherine liowe nf
MUdluiK'ie tin' parly In. inn composed
a only ih.' members "f tbe Lambda
Kappa Btgms club The afternoon
StartliiiTf Cure For
Kim Down Nerves
RohliiHon Thermal or "Turkish" Itatli
al Home outing Itm a I'm
i nn- Produces IsUhiIhIi-
Dnii;l(in.i Treatment Pijvch Revelation la
Xrostmeat of Hsny Disease.
Mrs R 1:. Markham al the Evans
apartments having nome mi account
of 1I11. II Iii.-hm of ii lr min ami brother
Walter Markham is an upi rath
path nt in a local hospital Mr. Murk-
hem ic 1 vering nicely.
Mr. D. c. A costs ami two little
daughters Marian ami Domingo
have returned from m h Go.
where they vvenl i" accompany the
Misses Kathertm ami Marc ret Acos-
1 home from theh school mi. He
Sales Veademy .11 Ma mi for the
It . in . ' . . 1 ... J thli 1 1 " '
l' .(in qslli oettiettiui '"'' 1
.k nil drugl i foe mi ii
Hn i'ii-i iIiimI ind begin
ntgbi tpsu lis ad i.i"
i. 'I'll. ... will I i t r i 11
i-' palurless ni Mlesilsees lap iilo li
-ii grsduslll i '" dlsfonuei'il moi ai r
Just h - ii ualti tlie elesr wlrrly inn
-il. in i I uuderakls cusmmi l Itie burlii
ud iiii-r .iiui ii w$t bseeoiei iui nverUvif
r'nr ikess erleklen ;"'i Isrge perw mi
(art litn in dltulln an i a nl noa
red inllli In i l nil I'iiit slli'li ii " i 'l I
It it . ri'iii.n Ulila a .Ii nnii'iil III 'I Hull lslli
ti. nd lisuelielil reisilli eow sl i'
I In- and Mrs Oeorge Cllneas of
North Cheyenne avenue leave today
fnr the east in remain until tali. Dr.
Cliness will take a specs 1 oourse of
study in Chicago and Detroit ami
during His May there Mrs. Cllnesa
I win vlsll iii Cincinnati Washington
Cour( House ami Wilmington O
Mr. T. K i' an is expi eted in return
ii da) from i 'blciigo here ho has
11.1 at tlm bedside of liis daughter
Miss I. "mi Cone who is confined In
In private hospital of thai i ity recov-
ering from an operation Miss Bethel
' remalnod itii her sister.
Mr. ami Mrs. Herron Dumars have
as their ku.'si al No 1308 Sooth Bos-
ton Vve. fnr several days Mrs. Du-
mars' mother Mrs .1. A. Cohenour
nf Joplln Mr. Cohenour accompani-
ed his vifi- in i'i- mni spent Sunday in
i he l umors home.
Miss Tula Thomas daughtci ..f Mr
and Mrs A. I:. Thomas ol South De-
troit Ave. left yesterdaj for Pitts-
burgh ami olhei points in Pennsyl-
vania ami hi New V'.rk tn spend tin'
Mrs. (llenn T. Braden ami childrep
Miss Bttaabeth ami Master
Rtchard ami Mrs Bradon's sister
Mrs. A. Alexander vlm have been
li re from Pittsburgh Pa. for s sev-
eral months stas with Mr Braden
will leave this ovenlng for tin oust
ami Mrs Thomas flavin of South
rii yeune Ave. will arrlvi lionn tin
loiter pari ot the week froni HI
Marys hTausas fnr a vsi itlon.
Miss Jennie l.yman of Porl trthur
Tesaa wiq has boon visiting Br end
Mis ('. . Belby sod otlu ' friends
In this ell) fur tbe past Hi. I' ti
yosl ill i '. for Imnv . I" i" i tin
Mrs. Morris Wugsermttii ' i to-
daj ini' Dayton ". whiri sh iM
islt Mi W . . i man's people ;' i nil
extended time later n.'lm i" i 'lm i"
n. ill ami the lakcii for several l.s'
Miss Alii ' Hurley ilsti nl P .1
Hurley ami the Miss..- Klorctice
Brooks ami Marie Lynch lm h ie
to Tahlequshi w here the will sin lj
al the Northwestorn nl.' ibomn Si its
Normal during the summi i
Miss Eloin Swan of Indianapolis
Ind. his a rrB ed here foi vlsll
wiiii .Mis. w. M. Bobbins of S'n Hilll
South Main Stri et
Mr. i '.ni e Martin son Of Ml mni
Mis. i. i. Martin Is home from Chi-
cago where he attended the Uni-
versity thi pnsl year to spend the
Mies Clors Bush has arrived In
Tulsa Join her slater Misi Wil-
li' 1 m ma Bush anil nntki I in city
In i place if residence
Mrs. Carl Duffteld of South Dctrull
Are expects to leave Thursday for
a visit with her parents In Esbon
Mrs. 0. r.. Berry of Paw in i is
Bpendlng the week In Tnlea us the
mi. si of her daughter Miss Adellu
SPECIALS FOR WEDNESDAY
i at the -
Kwn dn ii ill PIjwI upw hikI iittrai'tivc spi'clali offovodj uwasonHblo
ll HllOUld 'n' 'ii'
fill 'ii. p nl ilii- Hum f the j en r. Is be
i up HHi'iilirt'd In iiuiki rnniii I'oi1 tlu' I'uiiiudt'KiiK work. Thin work mual bo
I'oitiplt'tt'il go wi' n& I" nUr in ojit'ii our si i'iiiiii d mi' fop the fall neaaoUi
Tomorrow Wednesday Will Be
Lace and Embroidery Day
In iiililitioll Iii all itl'lHN ;nh 1 1 istul ill Klliultlj ' Il)lM'K hv will offtM' 0l'
Vi'ih'mIii "iii . uur entire stoek 'i laee ami eiuliri litler nl the following rc
iliii nl hi Iri's :
All 5c I ;nr ami Ktlllj Imlav . 3c
Ml Ti La. e mid Kiiih. toda -r)c
ll lu L a. i mid Kml today . .7c
All 2 I 2c Idicc and Kinb. loday 9o
ll rc Luce and limb today . lie
All 20c Lace mid bluib i da . 15c
All 25c Laee und Knib tudaj 18c
All !l5c Idieu and Knib bxbtv 25c
All 50c Uu v ami Knib today . 39c
All 155c liiiee and I. ink ttida) ...50c
All 75c Luee and Kuib todaj . 55c
All 85c Luce and Knib. todaj 65c
All $1.00 Laee and Einb. today -75c
We w ill linve e er i liiug rtdueed in
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lie Hi' i
ii init'iii c; 1 1 Ii day
Watch jk JJd
for sr M
W.C.Fnrmer has a fen s I hand
rugs thi- week; they don'i lust imij;
when wl ! 'mn. ti W I'lrsl St.
Ifnrlou Brokorogo store i- always
Mr. I!' ; A. Iiunnn ult snlo Violin-
ist of th" Bher.wood Mualc school
Chicago announces he is prepared
i furnish high olaas moslc fnr re-
options inirii.'s and dancea Tele-
phone 2 7 r . resldenoe 1310 South
Moin street adv
BRINKS BEB WINE AND TT
FORGETS JUS ABIHLS (gl)
I Si Tt M...
iim.1 Rn))iiiH"n Thfnnsl nr Terklsli Bath for
those in steskeoed vllalltj uill .In vpttt
food in halt hoar than ihrM monthv' va
rati n on n firm --ioanilel siora than ran
lit expected rrom any drug in tin world.
Many atsrtllna rssslta have bees produced
!) the uaa ot tlm Robioaon Thermal Bath
It la ravolatinnislsa twsttosst nt din
i'nv Prdmlnasl pbyslcfsna wr abandonini
ilmgi. Mi inanj' i-mn-s for tlii traatmcnt.
Thoaa arho Imv iri"i than art satonlahed
nt thi. lining.. Iq their Bosdittoa.
The huaeae exuuinii. fi-elinK ui happlaaaa
itrangtb and meotsl olasreesa win h raaulti
an imii'iisilil.' tn ei'rinR m wnrds
Opes op the imrpi und the easntt aeemi
almuKt nlreeuloua sarraa r. itrengthansd
.it i. Ithtnajra set aell; eeseaia piropiea
and ikln dlaasasa rsniahj bad colda lumbago
rbeumatiam dyapapaia throat and Iuiik
trouble leaomnia mid oooatlpstiou dleappear
as tlmimli anni'- eoadsrful lorre Imd lifted
I suffered terribly from rhaamaMam heart
and stoinacli trouble (jtiyali'lana pronnuueed
me Incurable uatU I not a Robiiinou Bath
Cabinet Mv sktn was yellow I had lost
lid poumtn woi.tht. One doetOI said I had
coDJumptloo. Had aevara hemorrhage! But
today I am wtdl eujoying ijood health and
rannnt bp grateful onottKh for rtobltiaou'H
Thpnnal Eatn Cabinet. Bra A. Blanehard
881 Ashwood gt. Toledo. Ohio.
Every man or woman ''u" now bsve a
Rohinaon Thermal UhiIi ut home at ...-i
nf lint n fee '.tits and wltl t trouote
Thla ase ba dena nnlv In tin' Robbuaon
Thermal ituih Cabinet which is a model f
Ingenuity No matter what th' aiaa of your
iur.. vim esn I'm'' "'i'- of tneaa csulaeta
Tin. Kobiaaes Tharmsl Bstb Cablnati era
now belne eihlblted mid are in al.. In
TOIaa ni Kendall Drug "
Ak thi' dealer '-" f"i thai greal boos
"Tli Phillanph) "f Health and Beauty.
Tin. regular price is 3.oo but i " get
one free for a limitrd time
Don't paaa another la wltkeul aeelng
thra.. eabinets. If yon cannot go yourself
lual lend fear nana and addruaa lodss to
the R0BIN80N WKO 00. Bulla 804 K.b
Inaon Bldg. Toledo Okie for full illsatrated
Mrs. .1. w. 'in- arrived yesterday
trorning from Denver Colo. for
ii visit nf s.-v.-rai weeks in ih.' home
n'' her son and daughti r Mr. and Mrs.
K. L. Orr on South Cheyenne Mr Orr
who is steadily Improving in healtb
accompanied her as Car is Kansas
Miss Oenevleve Matter "f Bradford
Pai who lias been the guest fr some
time of her slater Mrs. Black on
South Baltimore Ave. will h-nv. in a
few ilnys for ii visit to points In T.-xus
before returnlngf home
Mrs. J s. tjimiii and children Mary
Elisabeth and Scott and Miss Mildred
Kline left Inst nisht for Kansas City
where they will be the guests of Mr.
h. iI Mrs. t. ED (latch for si'V'tni days
Airs. John C. Sloan of No. .122 South
Cheyenne Ave. expects to leave the
letter pari of the month fo spend the
summer ut Pittsburg snil points In
Mr. Thmi Walsh sun of Mr and
Mrs. T. J Walsb of South Cheyenne
Ave. iii arrive home Thursday from
St. Marys Kansas where ho has been
n student of si. Morys college.
Miss Mnvini' Stahl ha arriv il lii.nii'
frcni rlouston Texas for s several
weeks' visit with her parents Mr.
and Mrs. L Stahl "f . ia Smith
j Maybelte e
Mrs. Charles Raahall ami baby
I son Sam Leon ore leaving soon for
(Colorado Springs to spend tin- sum-
nn r. urn! "Ill bs Joined latnr by Mr.
Robert A. McB y Undertaking
Parlors 17 Wesl Third si. Phone i""i
residence Phone 191. Adv.
Dr. Larklns Ostoopath opp. Krees'i
Stxjond and Denver.
Km- n few days White trad.' 1.- quiet
I will have n little sale of my own
you an reduce the high rost of living
this week b) taking advantage of these
offers. WTs deliver goods promptly.
10e pkR. Whlfe Pbtke t fnr . . . .Ito
10c ran Quaker Corn I for lille
I'n pits. Prices fall grain I " tor..Mc
10c run Teas. 1 for IdO
IBc run Lima BeaMU 3 for 28e
10c can Pdrk ami Beana I fnr . .tHt-
18c i nn tork ami Beana 1 fnr . .2ffv
IRi can Baked r.'.ns. ;i for 28r
c Hominy Cake Cookies p fnr lec
Hulk Dinger sn ips 2 tor lie
I n. Cracktd Hominy 2i'
in nan Baking Powder i for ...22r
I bale only a limited gutnbef of
these bargains ami first com fust
i oritur n ' null mni Denver
MRS K I'tliKs
Mr T Austin flavin
Gives Quickest and Surest
Cure For All Sore Feel
BKUT THOKPK IS.V'T VN1 ill I I-
I l lu JIM HI 1 IIK'H lOW-
I I : I l i. STItOXG.
Berl Thorpe nlleged tmiKli guy is
behind the bars of the municipal
lastih. Ills "mux" is on Its way to
various police centers for Identifica-
tion in tin' local authorities are hop-
ing that the) will lii.il a warrant to I
ih.. inun in sonic city u here this po-
ll) o picture '" in.
Thorpe mis urrested yesterday
morning b) Assistant Chief Hanson
a ml Detective Llnkhart Before the
arrest he hail assuulted und brutally
beaten Dan Higxins una .1. ii Par-
ker two "id im ii "hum he attempted
tn bold ni'. according i the polios
He was aided in He butter named
deed u) another individual who ea.
oaped. 'rii'- i". victims of the hail
men were frightfully beaten up by
their aasillanta. The assault occurred
in tin- "hail lands" just east of the
Midland Valle; tracks on Kirsi afreet
Thorp. is known I" han a crim-
inal n id m Oklahoma ooitnty and
is sain" lo inn.- been arrested there at
different times on charges nr hiKh-
way robbery hots stealing; etc He
was Just recentl) released from tin.
county . ill ni Oklahoma city claim
tin. local officers Thorpe is being
iieiii for investigation at present
MiMI It. ll'i is ll! NM l!l.
I I'M EH HORSES DM STRICKT
21 mn its.
s. A. Ftamley nets drunk
Cut that isn't his (vorsl offense.
lie is cruel In 1 1 1 l animals.
Itemley cam' to town Monda)
morning ami "i drunk. Ho lefl his
lenm "f horses hitched on a down)
town street. Tuesday morning al '
o'clock the police arrested llemley. :
The horses were still standing where
lie ha. I tied them 21 hum's before.
Tin v had hail nothing to '-at r drink
und Humane Agent Welch had ins 1
hands full keeping them from dying ;
in police court yesterday afternoon i
llemley was fined MO. H was a
double dose because he had been up
in i.ire mi Do same chargi ami Judge
Houston remembred him.
When Hemlej gets oul of the .Ity '
jail tin- humane society win tile
i barges against him in one of the l
county courts it was reported yes-
M KILLS 1111 lt I V
Then Turn- (.mi on Her 11 and I all-
SAVANNAH. On. June 17. Dr
rjuy O. Brinkley n physician of this
city Whs shot In deatb In his office
here today by Mrs. ESugene Whlsnant
formerly Miss Kate Kittles a willow
who after firing six shots al Dr.
DELIGHTFUL DERMA VIVA
THE IDEAL POWDER
Miles Re J Brown tDark Fact N'ck Har.dt 01 Armi
as White .is milk ami no one van tell you have it on.
iiatisfauthm gugfantced or your money back. Price 5Hc.
Brinkley sen! a seventh
through her temple falling
across ihe bod) of her victim.
lu Brinkley wua about 10 years old
Mrs Whisnani was aboul 28 years
"hi. Her i iie husband is said to have
been a cltlsen of Charlotte N C. She
haiii ived with her mother for a num
ber Of years.
NO cause has been assigned for Ih
f.pl ns Till ymir prMirtpUoitl ''ftrrj
. ntw md oonpieifl itock of mm mmih
' mill ptfrhiniMi
j"ij gputli Iftto Phoni 2035
ii i i. i r
I It s T It l It T .
'Ih.. lulioniiiK i" ssaetstelj th tarsal sad
slekeil .-.ire knovs to aslsaes for all fool
illsteets! "Dlaselra two lablasaeosfsbt of
Celoelda eanpeasd in a imsi.i el atsfsi as
ter. Boat th.. ftet
in thi. l-i full flf
iH.-n stiastea lenil)
rsbhieg I a a ion
nerln " Tkl effeel
i reslly sroadarfsl
All vii. 'lie-. ....
Injitsstl tha fi et
feel mi eoinl yon
mill alas let I'y.
Ceras et'rf ealloooei
ess ''.' sealed iu'Ic
n'f. II u'vei imnie.liiit.- rein f for sure bun
Inns eltenty n.l.elly nml n-'hitlis feet A
:i Ira petit ' il Caloelde o isid t be
luRteteal to mre Hie ireral feat ll m.rii
thru xs the i-i.-. : t l reasovua the rssae af
the Irevbls rOi'l w".t tim. n BSeeHs
reetelie-. n lr' "fi-l ha Cswetds ""tin
a iuiiiI Ii bi.( nr fi- -nn get il in a fes liiuir-
tilln Ma w'.n. e -le ! a. e I1 ll in I a pet
ent BUedletse b'.:t Ii ethical irenrilnn.
1 Bk'S Big lhl ll I lei. I I i mallv
NBW HAVBN Conn. June IT.
President Arthur Thadler of Vale this
afternoon dug th" first spadeful of
dlrl from Vales new Bttlletlc field
which win embrace 100 ueres. Hi
i the sit. uin i erected a stadium or
'Bowl "f concreti ami steel capable
.f seatltix 11000 persona. The total
COgt Will he I:: Ml. lltld.
Tim number .f graduati . ba k for
pi mmencement is the iarxst in years
mi the city is gay with Hi.- varl-col-ored
costumes of the "grada." t'urin-
er President Tat was the ci nter nf
Interest ami ronslna cheers greeted
inn as he walked ttcross the campus
rh t.i k evehl tomorrow will be the
baseball game with Harvard snil ihe
p'ctureaque parade of the reunion
t-tasses tn iui field Tbs crimson
mn. arrived in New Haven this sft-
Sand Springs Water Co.
hus just received a shli ment of Hose
Wutcr Coolers. Special piles.
Made of purs Ingredients in
clean sanitary surroundings
WK M AKB QUICK
Rowe Ice Cream Co.
r.' West Ith
Have form made
over your own flg-
u i e reproducing
Vour "Very line ami
c '. r v e. Adjustable
tn any height an
j'.u can turn hem
Of skill. Satisfac-
tion guaranteed t i I
on Piano Sales?
Is It You or
The Piano Dealer?
Dealers n ay advertise "ti" price" l"i' a policy ami then hand lJ
to fan in some uu. as sooq as the sale is made for Influence tn per-
suade you tn buy s certain piano.
Mr. Piano Buyer You Pay The Commission
and not 'be dealer. The commissions are attached t.. the iui f
Hie pli The pries nr.- rr $76 tn 160 ton high. If th.- "supposed-to-be"
ne priced dealer. iii stick i" the high prices they ad-
vertise "ii pianos "f no reputation you are sure of getting the hest
pianos of Jenkins for $7S i H50 less
Jenkins' Buys Pianos From All Gver America
ami are not forced tn seii certain cheap makes at high prices fnr
lack nt capital. Bverj piano we sell is better than any dealer on
tie. "supposed-to-be" one price o IsnIoh payiiiu plan can offer
and a visil in mn stele will convince you that we do nut pay COW
missions for Influence tnd will sell a better piano for less than an
dealers in I) mntry. If the Jenkins' no-i-ollllllKsInn one price plan
la wrong; whal is youi opinion of the nther plangt
sin. on grads a Piano Rome.
g8.Afl Mi nihil M ni- a Piano.
LOOK oil i: IMI MSI ol IMWos PROM 1113 gl7 1155
t iih. BO0 up.
s 1 1 k I
HI SKI I Mil I I I!
htrii ii a i un ci:
i ll KORII-W I M s
Milt Hi l l.
Kl RTZM INN
I. IIH I It
N Kl ltsilN
II I II I . It
I III I'l Mill I INI II I I I I UK. NOV
Ibsohitel) one Prior No Commission Payments .".nu Hotttlilj up
If yoll can t call write -
J. W Jenkins Sons Music Co.
ins c In i sKt'OXI) ffT. i I ! I
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