Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 166, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 4, 1915 Page: 3 of 26
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Till:' TULSA DAILY WOULD SUNDAY A TIM I. !
T II R E B
WHAT THE SCHOOL
BOARD IS DOING
Luis I'm- New linililius
An- J i 1 1 l- Alifiitl
HIGH SCHOOL SITE
Will ct Si'lcct an Archi-
tect t Draw the
Sunt- the niniicy was procured f ii nu
the sale ul Hi school liiiiuls two
months auo anil Itif work of expend-
ing gaiMi.iitiil fur Ihf I'ctief it ul' Tulsa
schools divulged on I lie. Infill board cil
I'll III Utioll Willi! tl.LS Ill'fM accom-
plished Kcenis peculiarly small ac-
tiinlinn t u few ii'(ipli who am im-
patiently vvatohlim tile uilvu llf fiuont
(if the fity as well as pulilic school
system hut .seeliiK that committee
work ileinaiiils nunc deli In ration than
the transaction of personal business
the progress of I he hoard has heen re-
After tlie hoard had heen divided
into committers to "Jockey itlnni;"
with people who hud rial eslate to
well reported at regular intervals to a
central checking committee whose
duly It was to say when a school site
could he bought a I what w is consid-
ered a fair price six sites were ap-
proved hy the hoard ami turned lo t tie
attorney of the hoard to truce the ab-
stracts. Lots 1 and li inclusive and lots 13
and 18 inclusive of hint U II in the
Central Park addition belonsinn to
(i. K. Met 'ullouuh. was approved at a
consideration of $i!(i(HI; hlock I of
Capitol Hill addition belon"itlR to
Vinita C. Crutchfield notfntiutinK
thnuiKli Fleet wool i7 Jennings1 at
$2100; lot 13 of hlock L'O in Owen ad-
dition heloiiKiiiK t Clahern Mitchil
for $1100; lot H of the same block ho-
lonKitiR to K. F. Ilenson for $9(10 and
lots 15 ami lti of that hlock belutiHinK
to II. I.. Kay for $L'L'00 all taken to-
gether as additional ground for Osage
school were approved hy the hoard
and the attorney and paid for. A new
school site in Kastland addition be.-
lonKHiR to .1. F. Head iV- Co. was also
approved hv the hoard and the attor-
ney and hoMKht for ..a0(H). A plat of
ground partly in second South Side
l.0(ix;ll"i feet helocgini? to Mcliirney
K- Stansherry was approved hy the
hoard at a consideration of $7i00 hut
has not heen finally purchased. It
however together with the Central
Park and the Capitol Hill siles will
be bought as soon as the attorney pro-
nounces the abstracts clear.
One Is Meld l'i.
Lot and the south half of lot 2
ill block 12 of the North Side which
was at first approved by the hoard
as a suitable additional playground
lor the children of the Sequoyah
si hool. was declined later when it was
b allied that a clear understanding
bad not been reached ill regard to the
paving tax. but It is thought that the
matter will be sa t isfaclorily adjusted
in c ording to t he si hool board attorney.
A committee is now negotiating with
ow ners of I lit .Moore-Kirk pal rick ad-
dition for an entirely new north side
Kite for a school to be creeled ill tin)
immediate future to" take the" place
of the Sequoyah ."chinl which was
reported by the school board's arch-
itect last Friday night to be unsafe at
the present time and inadequate If
The building committee of the board
nfler looking over several sets of
tentative plans for grade school build-
ings advised the board to close the
deal with architects for building plans
for structures at Cherokee- Heights.
Frisco and Cenrra. Park and the hoard
is advertising for bids from builders
on the const met ion of these schools.
The Central Park building will be oil
the unit plan like all the other grade
schools of the oily and will have six
class rooms and an auditorium. The
Frisco and Cherokee. Heights schools
will have four class rooms and an
auditorium. The plans purchased arc
for a whole block of school buildings
and should additional units he de-
manded at any time they may he bulk
by the present plans without delay.
At Horace Mann and at Washing-
ton schools plans were drawn for an
intire block and no new ones are
needed. P.iillding on these two sites
will begin presently to add n nit si
enough to accommodate the rapidly
Increasing enrollment at each place.
At Washington there are eight frame
sh.ii ks now in use and more could be
used to a good advantage Itivcrvlevv
is a source of trouble and anxiety to
The new April Dance Records
are now on sale. Came in and
hear them. .
Darrow Music Co.
103-111 F.. Third Street.
. Telephone GIG
the hoard. The question of a site is'
slill "hanging lire" but tiie old build-'
lllg rt as tu uVcIl to be a "I ire t rap"
by a tr.lilllllu cni.Kodc l.il vv olc all I
the hoard is ih termiiicj to soke the:
sit nation al Ilivci I ieu Indole t be f ill j
tirm opens if it i possible al all. j
The .subject of a ncv high scl I :
building is a delicate uVil I it for v a- 1
rums reasons. When it Is built it must
be of a kind to In a credit lo Uic oilc. '
as long as it is a city though It
doubles in size several times. It will
stand as u goal of every youthful stu-
dent's ambiilon and monument lo lhe
credit or to the bhainc of lhe present
school hoard. ( jucst ion of space and
equipment are complicated b.v de-
mands for vocational commercial and
classical tiiinim; lor students of in-
termeilj.iie made villi varied tastes
and aspirations as will as snilalde as-
sembly and gymnasium apartments.
More than this business nieii have
their ideas about where it shall be
placed and how it shall look ir.d as
taxpayers demand that the boanl give
j car to their nhsi roit unx Some w ith
'an ee on lhe artistic c t Tod want to
! Utilize the Whole Central high School
block for the building and grounds;
(1 hers more economical want to sell
! the side (f the hlock facing the liusi-
ness slreel ami mid the price lo 111
building i ipiipm.qit w hile more mer-
cenary persons say sell the whole lot
and move the school to lh outlying
district. This brings on argument
about sanitary ootid it ions acce.-si ui I-
ily and edifying sui foundings and lhe
school board will get the blame for
what is not done whether they over
receive credit for what Is accom-
plished or not.
What has actually been done how-
ever Js: Superintendent ( iherholtzer
and Pay S. Fellows secretary of the
hoard miule a trip through the east
looking over high school buildings
ami formulating Ideas about modern
practical schools and lhe building
commit ice last Friday night went so
far as lo specify (hat the present sit"
met their approval and authorized the
hoard to be in readim ss to examine
plans for the proposed si ruct lire pre
li in n.i ry
is at lea
to hirln ' the su perv i.si ng
lo diaf? defm.ie plans for
A new high sclioi I building
st ill sight in the vague dis-
Whether any ii." the present lot oc-
cupied by the school will bp sold and
if so what pari has not been deter-
mined by Ih" board and as they prom-
ised the people of Tulsa that the
school would remain where it stands
unless they were otherwise instructed
it will likely stand there
That the school board now in office
will be in office when the building
plans are all carried out Is yel lo he
determined. The hoard members are
elected two each year to hold office
for a period of three years and the
terms of office of Iwo members will
expire on the third Tuesday in next
month .May IS. The outgoing mem-
bers are II. o. McClure and .1. p.
League and neither of them have as-
scried that they care to succeed them-
selves. Candidates for the offices va-
cated must declare their candidacy
five days before the third Tuesday in
April according to the statute which
is one week from r.o.xt WcJiiesdav
April J I.
Candidates must file willi the city
auditor a petition signed b.v a cer-
tain number of citizens asking that
they try for the office when they an-
nounce their candidacy. So far this
has not been done and no aspirants
to the office have expressed their in-
trnlion of making the race.
Tomorrow night the regular meet-
ing of lhe cilv school board will be
held in the office of the suporin'eii-
dent of schools in the Central high
school building which will be the he-
ginning of a long series of meetings
called for the purpose of disposing of
pressing mailers of business relative
to the new school buildings. JUuuigti
of the siles have been purchased thai
construction run begin and will be-
gin presently and every detail must
go through the hands of the board
BOOSTERS MET THE
Itlil When Details Are t.lvcn lhe
poucnls ( ruwlcd on the
The bridge boosters ran into the
first oiniosition thev have vet ciieoun-
Itered at i'ruken Arrow yesterday bill
when the matter was fully explained
most of the opposition was removed
except w here it is based upon per.'.onul
or political grounds. Several taxpay-
ers of l'roken Arrow who said I hey
were at first inclined to he indiffer-
ent or opposed to the bridge bonds
realized that it was a fa IV proposition
and one that ISroken Arrow would be
manifesting a rather narrow idea by
All of the hanks and most of the
business houses and the newspapers of
Itroken Arrow were called upon hy the
'J'ulsa delegation "yesterday which
numbered fitted! and with one or
two exceptions assurances of hearty
I support was accorded and it is hc-
I llvved that a substantial majority will
lhe cast for the bonds in that part of
Broken Arrow presented a remark-
ably active and animated appearance
yesterday afternoon and the streets
were crowded with farmers who had
taken the afternoon off to k to town
to do their trailing even with the
spring work pressing upon them. The
road taken by the party from Tulsa to
Ihokcn Arrow Is undoubtedly In the
best condition ever before in the his-
tory of the county and there was
s urcely a foot of the way that Rood
lime could not bo made on It. as on
the paved streets i f Tulsa.
Streets Are Oiled.
The main street of liroken Arrow
had just been oiled and the city had
the appearance of belns In the vicinity
of a I'ushliiK KUsbrr but In the ab-
sence of puviiiK. "II in a kreat reducer
of dust and helps to keep the streets
In fine condition as soon as it B'tn
thoroughly worked Into the ground.
The countv 'commissioners are do-
lni a (rreat deal of work on the roads
and culverts In that part of the county
and there is sonic talk of oiling the
road the entire distance between there
mid TuNa which wyuld make one of
the best dirt rondsi In the entire slate.
The Tulsi delegation were extended
many courtesies bv the Itroken Arrow
business men and returned much
pleased with the trip. The girls' band
from the Haskell State Agricultural
school gave a concert In the public
square of Itroken Arrow while the Tul-
satis were there nnd the city had o
real gala appearance.
OLDFIELD TO TULSA
World- 1'auioiis Sis-eil Merchant Will
Show at the I-xal ritirgrouinti
The ronl racl has been sixned for
an exhibition bv Harney (Mdfb.ld and
his aeronaut Thompson at .Tulsa on
Siitunlav. Auril 24. which will be
given under the auspices of the Tulsa
Auto asscciitlon according to 'Fred
Shaw presidoit of the association.
The exhibition will be glvrn at the.
Uldfield's former aeronaut. P.eai'hey
was recently killed In a dare-devil act
at the San Frauviscn exposition.
Thompson howetr. Is Said to lie
Beachey'a peer II not his superior.
Fund inn of n' Ohscrvci-s
Has Cecil iMili'ilId S.'ivs
I IV i
army officers i n dulv as mi
si rv ers Willi i ienn.ilt a I in
been order d home and I la
will not In- i i kin m oi In r off icei ;..
assigned by Sccnlatv
recall mdci t
was that tin
ir mission ii
I bl en ful-
il was a il
I o 1 1 In ed. w i ll Id be I be vv a r ih
inerd's last word on lhe mailer.
ia it -It
knovvn however that othe
largely of a pi i'muiiI ohara
consider' d bv army otl h tul.-
nilning lo withdraw lhe oh-
in ib ti r-
i rv ers.
rhe American officer il is si'.d
have found their postion somewhat
difficult because of the hixll tension
lo which al leasl a few of those with
whom they must eouie III contact in
liernianv have In i n si rung bv months
of warfare and press reports in (ler-
iiiany criticising the attitude of the
Pelted Stales on various suhjei ts re-
lating to the war. The effect has been
lo hamper the observers and open
possibilities of personal friction that
tiiighl become international and offi-
cials In re ale understood lo have ile-
leiniined to withdraw lhe officers to
prevent tiie possibility of an unpleas-
ant incident occurring.
Secretary Harrison was positive in
asserting thai the withdrawal bad no
connection vvilh the case of Major
Langhoine recently relieved from
duty a.". American military attache at
the llerlill embassy. This statement
set at rest suggi si iona that the re-
ports of the observers to the war de-
partment had not been regarded as
As far as is known the withdrawal
of American military observers with
other Furopean armies is not con-
In justification of the depart incurs
explanation it was pointed out that
for strategic uses the informal h 1i
desired by the I'nited States pertains
generally lo the early stages of war.'
Now that the war has settled down
to a question of endurance there is
little new for the American military
observers to discover and report.
NOT A RENEGADE
II was discovered from county rec-
ords yesterday that A. It. All lebewr
the linn vho uavc himself up to
I'uehl". Colo. authorities the fore part
or the week is not u fugitive from
justice in T'llsa but that charges of
robbery were brought against him on
f'hcruurv 3 Hi 13.
Atllehcrger is lhe foster child of
J. W. II. Mtbberif. connected with
the Tulsa olMce of the Texas Pipe Line
c pany. lie Ins a wife and child in
The circumstances surrounding the
alleged robiierv wile something as
follows. W ill Ci novel- an oil . man.
went to a local gambling home car-
rying VJ.10 i" '"ili in his pocket.
Where he was given all overdose of
whisky said to have been doped lie
waked up penniless in a looming
house of doubtful reputation.
CirclirmMiicoS! poinled smugly to
Atlb l ei-jet's (or llalcy'si guilt. Alter
the cliar:;-"s were tiled against him he
se'iired all amount somewhat less
than the amount Couovcr lost but the
case was dropped. Alter that the nl-
l"geil robber left the city and Inn
never returned. It comes on good
authority that he is a drug tietul.
Living mod'ds wearing all manner
of costumes which will be worn at the
firemen's dress hull in Convention hall
Tuesday iilvthl were shown in a down-
town furniture store show window last
night. The show was attended by a
Monday night additional costumes
will b shown in the. same window
accounced Chief A'der. In the mean-
time they will be at the disposal of
the public for rent at 31S South Main.
IS ALL IMAGINATION
Wilson (inly Thought Me Was Hiding
(lul I'miiii Justice and Law
Frank Wilson the young man wlm
gave himself up to local police s' v
eral days ago because he was an al-
leged escaped convict was yesterday
dismissed from jail because aullioii-
ties in Indiana had not old 'led hint
to be held afler Chief I turns had in.
formed them of his being in the us.
tody of Tulsa officials.
Wilson sit il lie was tired i f being a
fugitive and wanted to go back and
serve out Ills time. II asked Chief
I'.urns to give him a written icioiu.
inendat ion but' Instead the c hief told
Wilson to have authorities to wile
him if he were arrested.
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I THE AVIATION (IIKLS AT Till W O.NUinil.ANU 1UUAI. I
Bouble IMSly Service
iuisa m Oltton And Return
I. inc. 'I
'his ICS tl('
scl V icr
Ask the Frisco Ticket
C. 0. JACKSON D. P. A.
Oklahoma City Okla.
YOUNG BISHOP TO
PREACH IN TULSA
Hani (). Slit
Appear in Mr
l!i.-hoi W illiam . Slu
sas City. K.i.i. on. of
of the foremost bishiqis
iard of Kan-
I ho vounv;i at
in the Moth-
oil ist church arrived in
I'lilsa Vest e r
'day morning allhouyh he is acknowl-
f-.VMF.5": v - -"ill
r.isimi' u'Ii.i.ia.m n. siifpakp
of Kansas Cilv Kan.
edgi d t o b" one of t he
W orked men in I he active
vice M tic present time.
ctiurcli si r-
lie preached to the Sand
Melliidisl church last night and will
fill the pulpit of Itev. I. C. Murray at
the draco M. 1 1 church at Third ami
Trenton this morning al II o'clock
lie will pnaoh this afternoon at the
jiutt Memorial Methodist church in
licllview and will meet the congrega-
tion of the First Meltiodist church at
the regular church hour tonight.
ISishop Sh.-pard Is being entertained
at lhe home of l;n Frank Ncff. tiUII
South Cheyenne. He was district mi -perintendei
t nf Chicago prev ious to
th" time I hat be was chctoil to the
episcopacy l:i Minneapolis In I '.Ml!.
Since the death of Ihshop Smith of
St. Louis and Ihshop Melnt.vle of ok.
lahoina City lie has been attending
to their duties largely alone.
pespite the t u t that he Is an x
ceediugly busy man with his regulai'
routine work he is giving Tulsa three
days. In Iping especially the Crace M.
'..' church' tu raise $."ioui to finish
their build tig.
Ml v W "'A
I Who made II. if Cleaning fa us ill!
Tulsa'.' Kandall Phone i'u;. lul
I North Main. Adv.
- - . .- choice will be given partners after
I l.''m iip.to-d.ife SI a nipiiig Pallet ns. they go to the club the l.tdu s being
i tllii'.. South Main.-- Adv. I i h"scn by lot.
j Pav jour (lectin light hill on or be. I'.iy jour eb" tre hght lull on or be-
fore lhe led of the nioiilli and save; fore tl.e ldh of tie month and save
the discount. Public SVivice Company jthe dis'-oiiii!. Public Service Companv
of Oklahoma.- Advt. of Oklahoma. Adv t.
iijs a in I
Agent for Particulars.
rr.i'i Nitor no i
T.'i'Mt- 'l'il I
"IMO 'mini I'll- 1 i'JI I
0W viiiid JU n loi ia.i.uiN
'Bill lIIHIIU3 ms-i.u jj In
imitv.i'OU no Xiinmi .iiioa' '
Au jmjjiii j.itno. iioiv UH'
U3MIDJVA I'j.iq uon
iiinij ran: .iinojin) jiimuj !
of .Marv v ille is
of bis nephew I'.
( Kendall college
I be Kastcr 'uc't
I 'Mm a ml wife
I'll. I'. W.
i 1'ii'sl Chri't;.
illg Si -v Ice '
1 1 AW I.KY
e vvlll nil
at I nc
"I. i). Th
evciuiii; sen ii i
! Till: KIC.MT OVI.I; stale if
I John Thomas winch stal led Friday
In the couii'v eoart has been eonlin-
ticd until next I'rulav bv agnem t of
attorn c a
.mi:s. ii..ii'isai:.:li.: nowcti.
aged till mother of Mrs. 1. V. Cooper
of this city dud at Ottawa Kan. Fri-
day. Her funeral will be held from
lhe Cooper home this afternoon al 1!
o'clock. Interment will be in dak-
TIIK INFANT S N of Mr. and Mrs.
II. C. Alb n of rod North l liver died
al the home Friday night. The funeral
will be held from the home this
morning. I idcriucnt vv III be in ( )ak-
htwii. The municipal puhiiotor was
Usui in a vain attempt to save the
ai rni-: kii
bi i 11 i initialled. Tli
YVeiliH si I. iv. Justice
liauii I Friil iv set I h
on Moiulav but bv
lol'iii ys in the ca-.e
KUAN ease has
is time until nest
of 111" I'eace lec
ease for hearing
it will not come
! o'i lock W'edni sdav no I'll-
mai: i:i ;k i.icknsi:.-
Mo d H a inan Ci t nilt
V lllllle West L'l. of llominv
Im. Anally :' im ms c
son. '.' I .
St a nlcv
j f Tulsa; Charles A. Cloud
I Tulsa and l-'.l i . Ii l li A 1 1 ... it v
i Fawhuska: Leonatd I'avne.'
Maggie liryant. I :i. of Tulsa:
Miller :tS and Mis. ;
3.1 of Mount I'leav aid.
ll let li.
SIIFKIFF Wi i il. I. i;v will have this
morning for Jopliu .V() . where he w ill
be given the custody of three pris- j
oio'ls ( bar". Wt hi I se stealing. The1
irin me Harry Hankstead blsdaiigh-l
ti r Stella Hankstead and Albert1
J' lies. It isj alleged that the three
' ersiills held by tile Joplill police stole
about two weel'.s ivi two horses from
Tom A. Money.
I'l'K T VI IK FACT thai there bad
In en a gi ud deal i f confusion over
the matter of selecting parlneis at the
I notion hli.Uo tout na liient of the
Colltltiy club. c ilnelll la ill g Tuesday.
.Mr-. I'. S. Henry ihaiiinan of the
coniniit te.e t-siitd a statement dc-
sit'iied tn etirifv the matter last night.
She said (hat it was not mandatory
upon th" lalies coutemplaling par-
ticipating to i boose th'-ir partners
I lit tll V eou'.l o S' if thev desil
Tbi-p-e who do not i an to make tl
v ia .I c
paid Will .
111;."'"1 . I CUv News In Brief I
' 1 1
FOR ONE WEEK
lilll llll lll'l Willi II
llooil lnav lie o'liln
Monday it'omhifj. Tuesday Morning
or Wednesday Morniifj
iuc I'l uni.t: .
ii i d- idc Pel cab
hi and dark colors
"Hill VVoVcll pcleale.
ills excellent 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 1 X
i III lies Hide I
.1 P M I K V s I S
1 llarain Week for Uai-I
I til) ers.
. llloicc lot
. all over silk
I inbl olilet ed. all
sizes HI In II
While th.y last:
$ I all Value
Men's good spiaiu;
log bills ill solid blue
and dark sizes II lo IT
I. il Il values
;. Slll iri'S .'die.
T-xlui inch sheets made of
heavy bleached Sheeting seam
less an excellent wearing iiial-
i i:r ii oii.i: iTc
Kmc Sheer Voile -10 liiclu
wide pure while:
for oil'' week vard.
t hii Diti v s w ii ri i:
Ages li to I I years made of
fine lawn embroidery lace and
ribbon I ri 1 1 1 1 1 1 oi I : prices ranee
from $l.7."i to tH.llli; QO
1 1 1 1-
VV eek . . . .
All pure silk shadow Ibices
all vviillbs. with all overs fi
nuilch. colors while and ecru
We have a splendid showing of
I lo se laces: prices
range from yd Oac lo
Itl-INCII I'AI.M ItKACII CLOTH IN PLAIN ANII
This material is Ideal for lhe little spring coat suits
io poiular through the coming suisoii. Popularlv
priced at 7."ie. 1-1 off for one week
SEVENTH and KENOSHA
Phone and we will
I lit' S.'IIIK
1'1'irli lirick serves live
(1 a tlilTereiit I'niit everv
I'iii.k i: coiiti s
FELL FOR THE OLD
John Scoit b'-.ill von king out .1
sentence of '.) dava III jail given billl
wstcrd.iv bv the meiil. ipa court for
being t In- p; lie it
tin- p; i If
game iiv vv nieii
of ( .i i k mint y
from A Is u in i
the tl a n-c t lull.
Thur sdav to gi t
Jim pony formeilv
.'lissom 1 and lately
bet some $1') by
I 'ol ( v came to low n
i joii. Scott mi t him :
on the sli'i"-t and u aib himself f.mil-
on villi ih" eoiinliy boy according j
ti i ev'.s testimony Later they were
Jo. in I y a bird man. Scott and the!
Ijiti r be;. in matching 'c ins. Tin
third patty l-f to get some i hung" I
Wl.il" he was ahsvirt Scott told I'lita v
to put do in tails laid he himself!
1.1 . V I. ..! Hi II.. I in I
came l ack. Hut when he ri turned
I i ley -was the losi-r. Ib c.'llb'd po-
lice who irrested Seett but the ot bel-
li an rscap"d.
John l.yom was asm ssed a ftO-d.iy
si r.tenee in munb iiial court vesuiday
for .-hooting up th" east end.
lairiiest Osborii" it lonif. irani;liiiK.
pawky Illicit lievio whipped his v. if el
it ft r li" had kw lioine. and- dix'ov- '
lied i yellow man In conipany vvithi
h r In ln r bedroom. Yesterday Karnest
was haled into mimnipal cm it for the i
offens". II'.' ixpli.tned. that until
lhiirsd.iv lie had . been cinplov ed ' a t
man". i'i in'iiyr hoim" Thursday ninht .
he found lll'l wit" and the other mall:
tiirither. icepfd in en "thein from a
voVdoiv. Put w In li he Kot Into the'
hi ue the 'Mian was Rotie. II" ave
h!s wif" a L'ood '-.vhlppipK. J e!."
I'laik said "he ib s rv ed it and d -missed
t' .l-feniiant .. .
Will I i i-ut I'iltshiii'
i d li 1 1 . VV r .'
M AI.KSTKK April 3 ov
v I lb a I.
f the .f -
la srlrl iu the seventh rrad
AlfSter scil'J'-ils will Ifpreseiit l'itl-
last ul' the Week. The lliillt;- Villi
coiners i'. id pick Su come
Mlllll IDIJII II ( llll'-
los SI. 17.
elobl'oidel ed ill pink
I 'l l-nt h vv feat hs and
-. bountiful .for Waisls
l 'In! fom
or m it
1 Ille we
ii:pi;i:v m is
h Hrapery Nets for dress
ai.t ov erdra pes; two yards
in vv bile or ecru : beau-
fille mesh; regular TaO
per vard l''or one
week 1-1 off yard.
Y ltll Willi: I'l lti: Ml K '.IHc
Chiffon Taffetas all colors tilso
plenty of black and while. A
lug talile lull to select from;
regular I.L' $l..rll
$l.7.a. for one week yd
J7-1N( II SII.K I'tlPl.lNS :5ilc
Silk Poplins plain colors or
flowers regular fi'.ic per yard;
i goods one call
one vv eek. ya i d .
v i c i -w 1 1 i : sii.k
POPI INS title.
ipiantity Is limited and
last only a few hours at
price. All of it should be
by H o'clock Monday. As
as it Pfl.
lasts yard . . . .
v i;i- ihi:
I i lies
I H esse
Coat Suits and Spring Skirts;
popularly priced at 7'c
I - I off for one week yd
that will be
senil our auto for you
at Your Druggists
in ioiul;ir size
il.'ltes; two Ilavnis-
On Hands and Arms. Itched and
Burned. Face Disfigured. Used
Cuticura Soap and Ointment In
One Week's Time Well.
Shry.M-k. V. Va. -"My sKfr had the
worst i'a.M of ii'zciiia I ever saw. She could
Ki t nu rest duy or iiiuht. Ibr bands aijd
arui.H wi re one mass of watery
''' J . blister. They Itclitil and
I 'ti ouriieii so sue nan iu s iau a
li und that irrilated and
V 'J it mra. There was sol
her face which v;in di-lli
while It was broken out. Shu
imtlercd for three months.
"She called In the doctor
and he told her to try Cuticura Soap an I
Ointment. She wasliod with the Cuticura
Heap and put the Ciiiieura OliiliuiiH oil
three tiim n a day. Ttiu first time it nave her
relief and ill one week's tlmo she wa well."
(Simii'dl Mk Jennie Srott. October L's 14
Cuticura soaii to cleanse and purify. Cu-
ticura Ointment to soothe and heal qulcklja!
rriiiuvo Itchiiid skin troubles of Infants
rhildren and adults as well a.1 Hear tlia
skin uf lesser lileinLshes sinil as pimples
tilavkheads rivlness and roughness.
Sample Each'Free by .Mall
. With :2 p. Skin Hook on requiot. Ad
dress iiost-caril "Cuticura Dept.
tofi." Sol I throughout the world.
1 1 ?
e'tntv I'l tho t.ite siiellimf con-
be In Id ut oklalioiiia City .Via)
V ib '. ate.) i : t oinpetitoi s In
'.at . . id' st h' le I'tlcay msht
Al ui v-a. an A sy i i An boy Iron
look second houorai.
! SUFFERED 3 MONTHS
I WITH ECZEflA
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