The Evening Free Press (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 24, Ed. 1 Monday, December 12, 1910 Page: 2 of 12
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THE EVENING FREE PRESS, MONDAY, DECEMBER 12, 19Tu
WILL BE HELD
fct'ostm aster Brown Issues
| Order "Which Will Solve
i Package* received at the po*tofflc any
jtlrnft betwoen now and riirlstn M will ho
held for delivery on eve. IT
, suoh a request In made PontmaHter Iv
'B Brown said no himself Monday, an<l
this mean* that tho order will ho <arrlcd
out by the employee
"I em doing Uils with a view of net-
I ting the people lo send their parrels
early." said I'oattnastor Hrown Monday.
"I want the people « f Oklahoma «'Ity to
help me and I propose In turn to help
tbem. Any parka*** dropped In Hie mail
.today and marked 'Hold toll t'hrUtrna-j'
'will he held '
Po«tniaster Br"«-n alv ealla attention
ItO the puhlle roneemlfiK the manner
to preserve tlif
sayH thin la no
FROM AUTOMOBILES I
flm>en automobile* were strlpps'i of
limps. robes. olocka end brs*s furnish-
ing* In front of the tabernacle where
the C.oOfJlle maetlnss him hHng held.
Sunday nJgbt The occupant* of the
tnenhlnen were attending the rmsllng
and during their at>*en. .. mime tiller,
wlLh a pair of pincers, mad* hHvon with
the 4*taoha.hJo pertn of the .-ur< The
thaft wee reported to the ner.et eervlre
department and an investigation Im
i Ing made.
ORPHAN BOY IS
^CJAIN IN JAIL
Joseph 8mlth, an oipbsn bo\. ieleas*d
from the county jail. lw mber f , nfter
Serving a aentenee for larcen\, was ar
rested at Edmonds, Sunday night hv !># p
uty Sheriff ttd Rougher, on a charge of
'Vtirftlary. arid i now hack In the county
Tba boy 1a accused of atealliig a horse
from a man named Buhrer, break In* Into
la hardware atore end ateiillng e saddle,
and then burglarising a bakerv ahop.
The boy excited the pity of Mr*. Mar
tell, wife of the county jailer, and when
released ehe tried to persnnde him to
stay at tha tall, under her rare, for fear
that he would aoon be In trouble again.
MARY ATWELL WILL
BE PLACED IN HOME
Mary A ti*eli, a thirteen-year-old girl
who claims to have been Inred to okla-
homa City teat week by a rooming houee
keeper for Immoral purpoarn, him been
turned over to the Ladles' Aid Hoelety of
tha Roman Catholic chnrch. 1'ollce Ma-
tron lsutky na a that the society has
ptomlaed to find a suitable home for
Iher, where he will be cared for and
brought up In a reapectable way.
OKLAHOMA SHERIFFS HOLD SET-
"We are not aaklng anything for our-
selves, but we muat have better fee* for
tJuch Is the sentiment universally ex-
pressed among the sheriffs of Oklahoma,
whose state sesoolatlon la meeting Mon-
day at the Lee-Huoklns hotel. During
the morning an executive session was
held and a sltullah meeting la In prog-
reaa during: the afternoon.
HELD UNDER ARREST
T.oa Anaeies, Calif., T>ec. ir On a tel-
egram. charging Mm with a felony, sent
to the local police by Sheriff Hiram
Htephens of Claremore, Okla , W. K.
Moody, a well-dressed man. fifty years
of affe, was arrested lsst night and book-
ed as a fugitive from Justice. lie de-
clined to discuss his arrest and the tele-
gram received did not atate the nature of
the offense charged against him He
stated that be would return without a
GOULD TO SELL TO
PAY ANNA'S DEBTS
New York. t er 1?.—To pay the debts
of the Duchess de Taleyerand-Perigorrt,
formerly Anna Gould, five parcels of the
family realty holdings will t e sold at
auction next Wednesday. While the
duchess waa the Countess de Cartel•
lane she deeded her share in tho prop-
erty to one of her Ttrothera aa security
for a loan. To realise upon It the Gould
hefra began a partition suit and Abra-
i ham Stern was appointed referee to sell
Tulsa. Okla., Pee. 12.—Burglars entered
a nltroglcerln* factory near this city and
carried away euouaii of the exploalve to
destroy this city. Safe blowers operating
In this locality sre believed to he guilty
' Price Is It'
CORNER GRAND AND HARVEY
" Price Is It"
Our Store Will Remain Open Every Night Until Christmas for the Convenience of Santa Claus Shoppers
EMBROIDERIES An luiusunl large assortment of dainty
Hamburg edging and handings—very pretty patterns— C_
positively worth lOe and 12 J-2o, removal price yd uli
EMBROIDERIES Very wide—handsome patterns in the mo t
recent effects—selling regularly at 25c and 35c—priced 1 fle
is they last, yard
Now al Hall Price
Our complcto and rntirr amort-
merit, of now winter stylea in rlreKH
triiiiiniriffH, eonhistinR of all overs,
braids, hHiiriingN, in highly nrtis
tie itfftM'tn — metallie etc., nil
niHikotl to go in the big removal
This Is Absolutely the Greatest Buying Opportunity Ever Presented to the People ol Oklahoma City!
If uie move eiitn one dollar's worth of goods into our new building, IT WILL BE YOUR FAULTI
You may never a^ain have a chance to attend such an incomparable bargain event,
so don't miss this opportunity. We are now compelled to dispose of our tremen-
dous stock and we are now attempting the only avenue of sueces--Lef the goods
go for what they will bring. In this sale we are not pricing them at what they
are worth---we arc placing prices on them that means their immediate disposal.
From the thousands of satisfied shoppers who have already attended this sale we
would conclude that all of Oklahoma City is sharing in this wonderful money-
saving event you cannot afford to miss.
Worth $2.00, Removal
An extreme reduction that will
immediately prove intensely in-
teresting to every woman. The
newent models in winter wnists
with plain tilored styles an well
as fancy embroidered one —act-
ual $2.00 values— 07/
removal price....-..--•--•J' **
Sale of Women's Apparel That Offers Unexampled Opportunities-
Dresses Positively worth $20.00, Removal Price $11.95
Made from unusually fln« Rrafles of mohair,
Panama «nrt aergew—riming in all popular
ahadPH and colorings — attrartlvoly trimmed
and regularly would sell anywhere for $20.00,
but tho unusually low prl<*e for the Removal
stile—-choice for $11.95.
The style of thena charming dresses la cor-
rect to the last finishing touch — correctly
constructed after the very latest Ideas. This
line comprises some of tho handsomest models
that are worth 120.00. He Removal sale price
WOMEN'S SUITS—The newest and most attractive mod-
els, mado from the most approved fabrics; many styles
and colorings; ac tual valuea to $18.GO.
WOMEN'S SUITS—-Constructed from serges, Scotch
mixtures, etc., In the most recent patterns; handsomely
tailored, positively worth up to $20.
WOMEN'S 8UITS—High grade, utrictly man-tailored
garments, made from serges, mannish cloths, etc. This
line worth up to $25.00.
WOMEN'S DRESSES—Handsomely mado up from at-
tractive materials—mohair, fancy woolens; positively worth
up to $10.00. Don't fall to see them.
WOMEN'S COATS—Coming In attractive man-tailored
styles, the season's newest models, various colorings;
worth up to $10.00.
, etc. This
HEATH ERBLOO.M PETTI CO ATS—In fancy stHped and
solid colorings, extra i?ood material; worth $2.50, to he
sacrificed In the big
CHILDREN'S COATS—Constructed from bear skin and
other favored fabrics, all colors represented; worth $4.60.
Removal price, QA /I C
extra special at yZi4J
DRESS SKIRTS—Correctly tailored from handsome ma-
terial, such us Panama and serges. They are positively $3
and $4.50 values, greatly sacrificed. CO CO
Now, removal sale yZiUu
DRESS SKIRTS—In the most recent effects and wanted
shades, In all desirable materials, many with hobble ef-
fect; worth $4 and $6.
WOMEN'S SILK PETTICOAT8—Constructed from ex-
tra heavy rustling taffeta. In black only; one of the greatest
values at $5, In this sale.
Hair Switches Worth $2.50, Removal Price $1.48
Coming in all shades, measuring 20 to 22 inches long—the quality
of hair used in these excellent switches is far superior to that in the
usual $2.50 switches—while they last in the removal sale, choice for
Inspect this extraordinary bargain Monday at our counter.
Matchless Removal Sale Dress Goods Bargains
PERSIAN SILKS—Formerly priced at
60c yard. Romoval price
DRESS SATINS—Formerly priced at
7f c yard. Removal price
SILK CHIFFON—42 Inches wide, that I
Hold Ht $1.50.
PERSIAN SILK—Formerly priced at
$1 yard. Removal price
TABLE DAMASK—Positive 35r ^rada
to go. Removal prlre
TABLE DAMASK—Regularly priced
at 50c. Removal price
TABLE DAMASK—Formerly selling
at 75c. Removal price
TABLE DAMASK—Worth $1 yard,
to go In at Removal price
DRESS GOODS—.10 to Inches wide,
ettas, Panamas and Shepherd checks,
mils, etc.; worth 25c and 25c yard.
Removal price now
HENRIETTA SERGE—Measuring 36
wide, part wool, colors In navy, gray,
tan. black, etc.; positively worth 50c per
yard. Removal sale price
NOVELTY WOOLENS—The assortment contains
mohair, French serges, plaids. Shepherds checks,
etc. One of tho most attractive fabrics on the
market for 65c and 75c.
Removal price "TUU
PANAMAS—Sorgcs, broadcloths, batlstles and
mohair, coming in all popular shades and color-
ings, stripes, checks and solid; $1.25 Q Q r*
and $1.35 quality. Removal price UUU
DRESS GOODS—Comprising batiste, broadcloth,
diagonals, cheviots, etc. These materials are
all wool and extra width. Positively $1.75, $1.88
and $2.00 values.
8ILKSI SILKS! Fancy taffetas in great variety,
measuring 27 Inches wide, every thread puro
silk; patterns In stripes, figures etc.; worth
$1.00 and $1.25. H U n
Removal price vlJO
WAIST IN G SILKS—This assortment contains
Rajah, Persian and Shantungs, In all dcSTViblo
shades; extremely good values at 75c. • OQo
The Removal sale price JtIO
COSTUME VELVETS—Measuring 22 inches
wide. This handsome Imported cloth comes ii:
•olors; sells regularly for 75c yard. CT'r*
oval price wl2Vf
Men's and Boys' Clothing Bargains During Removal Sale
MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS—In both
fancy and conservative models, handsomely tail-
ored. These garments are positively If)
worth up to $10. Removal sale price ... I U
MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS — Made from
the moat stylish winter fabrics, grays, browns,
blues, etc.; fancy and plain models, worth_up to
$27.50, to be sacrificed.
MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS — Correctly
tailored from attractive Imported fabrics, lu
blues, blacks and fancy mixtures. This assort-
ment ranges up to $17.50.
MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS — The most
recent designs and styles, very stylish made up
from the best fabrica; these suits are stylish to
the laat degree; worth up to $20.
MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS — Extremely
lilgh grade and stylish garments; for service and
stylo these suits and overcoats stand without
equal, priced up to $25.
BOYS' SUITS—One big lot, all sizes. In various
patterns, colors, the newest; excellent school
suits; positively worth up to $4. Ol OC
Removal price y I lOJ
BOYS' SUITS AND OVERCOATS—Very stylish
winter garments, substantially made up from the
most popular fabrics. These suits and overcoats
are worth from $3.85 to $5. OJJ
Removal price yLiOu
BOYS' SUIT8 AND OVERCOATS—This great
bargain lot of suits and overcoats contains every
conceivable pattern and style; actual
values up to $7.50. Removal price ... ^OiOu
BOYS' SUITS AND OVERCOATS—Containing
a great variety of our highest grade garments.
They are surpassing values at regular prices up
to $10. Romoval nr
BOYS' SUITS, EXTRA SPECIAL—Just about
1500 of these exceptionally good suits for the
school boy; very attractive and made to stand
hard knocks; worth $3.00 and $3.00. Qy
Removal price «... yliJI
BOY8' OVERCOATS—Mothers, you should In-
spect this most extreme offering In these un-
UBUSlly good overcoats; worth $3.00' $2.15
and $3.50. Removal price
OUTING—The best 12 1-Sc quality. I
floral patterns, sacrificed In this
big sale 71p
Removal pries ■ 2w
BEST CALICOS—lu neal. at- j
tractive dots and figures—all col-
ors. Removal price QQp
TEN YARDS JJO
LL DOMESTIC—5,000 yards of un^ ;
bleached. This excellent 8 l-3c
muslin, extra special C1p
Removal price v'Jw
FLANNELETTES —In attractive
flowered and figured patterns;
worth positively 15c yd.
GINGHAMS.— Fancy strpes
checks, etc.; an excellent material
at 8c and lOo yard.
r p e s
SPECIAL—Our regular 75c grade,
well made of white batlsti
CORSETS—One of tho new mod-
els and made to sell anywhere for
$1.60. Removal 87c
SHEETS, PILLOW CASES, ETC.
HUCK TO.WELS— Unusually good
ones, worth 25o pair reg-
larly. Removal price
TURKISH TOWEL — Heavy, rough
surface; bleached actual 35c val-
ues. Removal price, 13c
COUNTERPANES — In beautiful
floral patterns ; worth $1.50. Re-
RUG MUFFS—Made of fine glos-
sy black Coney; an $8 • C/1 QC
value. Removal price ..
FUR SETS—A handsome rug
muff, lar«o shoulder throw, black
Coney; $15 set.
BELGIAN HARE SET—A beauty
In tho newest style; actual $30
Bet Removal O 1 O 7 C
NECK PIECE—A very fine fur In
black Coney; well made; QQ/%
worth $3. Removal price.... uUu
CHILDREN'S SETS—In fine white
lambs' wool; $2 values Qj -I A
sacrificed at I i I U
CHILD'S FURS—In brown and
white; handsome sets; pillow muff;
$2.60 regular. Re-
CHI LREN'S MITTENS—In wool,
all colors; positively worth 3V>
pair; going at the 1
Removal price IUU
BRASS F.NS—An exceptionally
fine quality; will actually bo sold
at Removal price,
THREE PAPERS FOR
HAND BAGS—In good, substantial
leather, worth positively 60c. Re-
HAIR SWITCHES—22 Inches long;
all shades; best material; worth
$2.50. Extra special,
PEARL BUTTONS—All sizes, ex-
ceptionally fine grade shell pearl,
worth 5c dozen.
Removal price ....
HOSE SUPPORTERS—Postlve 85o
braid, pad front style; all colors.
ELASTIC—The best lOo value you
can buy anywhere During this sale.
Removal sale C n
H ANDERCHIEFS — Exceptionally
fine lOo grade will positively be sold
in this sale, Ca
ner design; very pretty; worth 20<x
Removal 0 a
EXTRA SPECIAL—Handsome col-
lection of the season's newest waists,
worth 75c and $1, Re- /\
moval price "filM
COMFORTS AND BLANKETS
BABY BLANKETS—In handsome
"Bopeep" patterns; actual $1.50 val-
ues going at Removal
COMFORTS — Handsome silkollne
covers filled with good cotton batts;
(1.60 and $2 values, O <1 4 Q
Romoval price y 11 I J
COMFORTS—You wculd bo glad to
get at $2.25 and $2.50, go In Re-
COMFORTS—Very handsome; ex-
cellent materials used In construc-
tion; $3 and $3.50 grade. Qf\ 4 r
Removal price i I 0
UNION 8UITS—Full bleached gar-
ments, ribbed and fleece lined;
worth 75c. Removal A q
Moses Henderson. 21, and Hlonsln
Pugh, II, l>olh of Oklahoma City.
O. O. Francis, 21, and Miss Harrietts
Mains. 21, both of Oklahoma City.
Harry V. Lauderdale, 22. of Hutchin-
son, Kan. slid Mine Mhmino M. Bitter,
20, of Oklahoma City.
Thomas Haskett. snd Miss Hat-
tie Arnold, Jl*. both of Oklahoma fit\
\Y. A Holland, 2*. and Ml s F.thel ( lark,
20. bvth of Oklahoma Clt>
«\V. BakAi, 24. of oklahoma City,
and Fannie NVcngeroth, 21, *■!
GAME OF POLITICS
"t shall resume active niHiiagement of
the batiks with which I am connected aft-
«*r my retirement from office," phM
Oeorg* W. ftellamy, lieutenant iroverner.
at the Threadgill hotel. Monday, "of
oourse I shall alwa>s take an Interest in
politlos, do what I oan for the Democratic
.party and all I know how to ass'.rt my
friends. 1 shall participate in every fight IT
that eomes up. if It l« of sufficient 1m- I
port anus. Polities In great sport. It's
the t>ti and cheapest amusement 1 know 1 l _
AYERS CONVICTED OF
Richard M. Lieh Is here from "Wapa
nucka. i one of tho prominent ln-
cltlsens of the east side, having
'onco been a candidate for governor of the
LARCENY, IS REPORT v*^,. ..<
1 prominent In Chlckash
J. I'arl Shafer, secretary of the Okla-
homa Hetallera' association, *lth offices
1 nthe Chambor of Commerce rooms, is
authority for the statement that L K.
Ayer*. well known In Oklahoma City,
waa convicted at Miami, Okla., on the
eharge of grand larceny and sentenced
Saturday to serve three and a half years
In the penitentiary at McAlester.
Ayers formerly was a traveling ssles-
man In oklahoma. It was charged he
defrauded former customers by getting
them to oash draft* which be drew on
the firm he formerly represented, but
from tho employ of which his victims did
not know he had been discharged.
Frank Uault of Oeary waa among the
Interesting visitors at the Iiee-llucklns
hi tei Hundsy. He la a pioneer of Okla-
homa snd well known In political circle*
Three years ago he became known n*
"Hull Calf tlault," from the fact that he
offere.i fancy bred calves to the township
chairmen whose preclncta showed the
largest democratic vote.
Judge Todd of Greer county has re-
turned to his home at Msngum. Judge
Todd Is one of the beet known men lu
! s.nithwc«t«*rn Oklahoma and has many
'times been honored with public office by
| the people of his home county.
J. R. I<ong, sheriff-elect, and Dr. D. D.
Carl ar© here from Wsgoner county. Dr.
«'arl is a member of the county election
board and recently had a strenuous time I
with the enforcen^ent of tho grandfather j
clause In that portion of the stato.
TV. N. Mitchell of Morrison, a prominent i
democrat cf Noble county, is In Okla ;
noma City today.
•bulge John H Turner of the stale su-
preme court, is here from Guthrie to visit I
his cousin. I .cm F. Hell of KprlngfioM, j
Tenn., who Is passing through the oily.
SITE SUITS THE
Komegay of Vinita, prom
el r of the constitutional conver
letting among the democrats her
Judge J. J. Ralls of t'osgate is here
on lennl business,
O. II. McCarty, the new division super-
intendent of the Frijcot Is hero from Sa-
pulpa. TV. T. Tyler, general superintend,
ent of Springfield Is also lu the city.
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE.)
Is after is to get the capital In Oklahoma
City at some place once end for all.
Signers of Bona.
Mr. Hehuan then read the list of those
who have signed the bond to guarantee
that the state of Oklahoma shall have a
capltol free. Those who have signed the
bond aro a-; follows: O U. T<ee. r K. Col-
cord. J. F. Culbertson. Ed. Vaught,
Sidney L. Brock, Henry Overboller, E If.
Cooke, Joe Hucklns, O. G. Jones, C. II.
PI kelps, 8. E. Fparow. TV. F. ITarn, S. C.
Ilelman, Levy Brothers, E. G. Westcrvelt,
c. A. McNabb, F. P. Johnson, A. E.
Enochs, W. A. Knott, J. Ia Francis, IC
W. Dawson, Mrs. Mary J. McMechan, J.
8. Patrick, Will H. Clark. Orrln John-
ston, Frank L, Oast, John Threadgill.
Mr. Vaught declared that every man |
who Is Intercstod in the good of Okla-
homa City and wanted to eee the capital j
located here, had the privilege to sub- j
scribe to the proposition. Soveral secre-
taries passed through the audience and
necured further donations ef lots in va-
rious parts of the city.
METINQ OF HOUSE.
The housn met at 3 o'clock with
nothing to do ajroept await a message
from the senate iudtaatlnb some definf e
notion oa tfca capital bill. It was said
In the house that the lower branch of
the legislature Intends to wait until the
sena e agrees on something.
"Von may say tliat the house cannot
agree to what the senate does until the
senate s«rees on some proposition it-
self," said Kpeaker W, & Anthony.
Dertrnblo Music Studios, thor-
oughly equipped, for ront. Hall
with Beating capacity of 200, for
eoolal function, lbdgos, lecture,,
Rowland D. Williams
1281'a West Main St. Phon, 7077.
TELEPHONE 6446 FOR
Ford A Dunn Coal Y«rd, Company.
Offlo® en4 Tarda 604-620 W, and Bt'
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