Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 253, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 2, 1917 Page: 5 of 12
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TULSA DAILY WOKU) SATURDAY JUNK 2 1917.
RIBOT SAYS PEACE
CANNOT COME YET
"We Must Have Victory First'
Declares Premier; Socialist
rAIUS June 1 . Premier lillmt to-
day announced In the French cham-
ber of deputies t hut the government
Mould not facilitate the voyn'.'e of
French socialists hi tho International
Socialist I'ont'rnsH nt Stockholm.
All 'hp deputies except Hip Social-
ists Htond up and cheered when Pre-
mier Itihot added:
"Peace can ccnic (rnni victory
Continuing tb" premier said:
"It 1m certain li.it In peace noKnt'a-
tloiiH no party can take the place of
the govi I nnient. The peace of tomor-
lnv cannot he n peace of any party
lielthi"- of the Socialist par'y nor of
the Catholic party. As It concerns
France It should he n French pence.
When th hour romes thp government
vlll ask the advice of vour committee
nnd It will tell even thing. TIip gnv-
irinnont has a complete knowledge
Of its responsibility.
Victory. Then l'riii'i".
"It would he lauirhahle If one
sought to make the country and army
hplievp that ppare could come irom
"Victory alone can bring peace.
What would they think of us In thp
Viilled S'atos if we allowed Ameri-
cans to helieye there was weariness
Union!; us after three yens of war'.'
"or energy must continue Indomita-
ble." I'reniier llihol referred to what h."
terms an "auilaciuus and Impudent
campaign" to spread reports (hit se-
cret agreements had been signed WHO
1: iiMsiti. adding:
Make Itil-vi.-i show Hand.
"We rhall ask the Kussian govern-
ment to puhllsh all The documcniH in
fftfstlon at an early date."
"It is even sild" the premier ex-
claimed "that a secret oonventlon
with Cussla which Is offen.siye nnd
imnileiensive exists and that It was
executed by the president of the re-
public himself. GMitleinen this Is a"
The premier closed with thp an-
tieuneemont that the government was
r'-ndv to arrest certain enients
charged with Inciting riots and that
the Koyr rniuent also would sip that
foreign redd nts in France ill. I no:
escape i espoi siliility to the military
laws of their own countries.
Conceal Some I Hi ts.
Marcel Cachin. She Socialist depu-
ty said the country rould not l.p tol l
the whole truth. Iiepuly Cachin who
recently returned from Iliissit said he
had brought documents from llussin
which hi' desired to Iny hi fore a se-
ptet session of the chamber The sc-
ent session was voted by a large ma-
jority mid tile uallerbs were cleared
LOCAL FORD COMPANY IS
WORKING ON NEW EDIFICE
rutliiiK l' Myites! Mi-uetui-o of Kind
In City on North Main
Actual work was begun yesterday
on the $71000 Ford autnmohllp as-
sembling and repair shop which Is to
he built at the intersection of Main
and Cameron street.
Thp building is to he n two-story
lirlck nnd steel structure with a
ground floor space lilt) by HO fpet.
I 'art of the material for the building
has been delivered on the ground and
the excavation work will probably e
IT is a pleasure for us
to announce the en-
gagement of Mrs. G.
C. Spindler as organist
and choir director at this
church. Mrs. Spindler is
too well known in Tulsa
for us to comment on her
TOMORROW 10 a. m.
Bible Study; 11 Morning
Service; 7:30 p. m. Even-
REV. ALBERT MASSEY
W. FIFTH AXI) F.LWOOI)
WAR! WAR!! WAR!!!
All merchandise i3 soaring on account of the war but
we are selling clothing at one-half price to you in our
BIG REMOVAL SALE
You have a limited time in which to economize if you take
advantage of this sale. At the price we sell you save at
least one-half of what you pay at any other store.
These suits are well made of the best style and quality
and include Worsteds Blue Serge Plain and Stripes
Palm Bleach and Kool Kloths TO jPJ
These suits are worth up to $30 and the most exceptional
values ever offered for the money. Don't let this op-
portunity slip. Call today and be convinced. All styles
and colors for men and young men.
Smart Clothes Shop
Culbcrtson Building Fourth and Main Upstairs
Vivian Martin and Jack l'lekford In
BIG BROTHERS MOVE
ENLISTS TULSA MAN
C. E. Buchner Made Member
of Executive Board; Rep-
resented Rotary Club.
C. K. r.uchner who returned yes-
terday from (Irand Itapids Mich
where he went as a delegate of tho
Tulsa Itotary eluh to the bin brothel-
convention brought home the in-
forinatlon that Tulsa is to have the
honor of licuiK represented cm the
national executive board.
Serving on this board with Mr.
ltuchner will he the famous juvenile
court Indue lien F. Hinilscy of Hoo-
ver. Thomas F. Scully Juvenile Judgi.
of Clui-ugn; Judge W. A. Schwab of
llaltitnore 1.. Kilwaril l.asliinan. noteo
ivntkiT among the Hebrew immigrant
children; Kdward K. Coulter prosi-
oi nt of the movement and other men
of national repute in child welfare
This convention which hns evolved
from the bin brother movement exist-
ent In American for about thirteen
years pot its direct impetus from the
extraordinary wave of crime among
the children of Kurope since the out-
break of the war. I'.mdand reports
an increase of 3ii per cent France 40
anil (lennany tiO per cent directly
traceable to the removal of paternal
autlioiity brought about by the ab-
sence of fathers engaged in war work.
Ninety-six cities were represented nt
the convention with delegates from
la states the Tulsa delegates being
from the city closest to the setting
The bin brothers at CI rand Hapids
representel Flk and Mouse lodges V.
M. C. A.'s. Catholic Protestant and
Jewish societies and one Itotary club
the Tulsa liotary club. Convening
villi the bit; brotheis were the big
Bisters with a parallel object of help-
Mr. ltuchner who started the biR
brother movement in Tulsa has been
active in this work for six or seven
LACK OF WEIGHT NO
BAR FROM ARMY NOW
Local Recruiting Station Gets
Word of Sweeping De-
J.aek of weiKht will not keep you
out of the army now. Kerjft. 1j. Q.
Koby in cIuiibb of the local recruiting
station V. S. A. last ninht received a
telegram from the Oklahoma City of-
fice advislnK him not to reject any
man for lack of weight or chest meas
urement hereaftpr prnvidiiiK he Is
othprwtsp physically sound and well.
From the adjutant Renpral's offico
at WashiiiKton came a message telling
of a slump In recruiting that must bo
made up for by greatly increased ef-
forts In the immediate future. It fol-
lows: "Progress of recruiting un-
satisfactory. Less than GO per .
cent of war quota in the regular
army has been obtained. Flfty-
ono new regiments are now form-
ing at 18 stations. Need 100.000
recruits immediately. Valuable
time (or training and preparation
now being lost. Ucuucst co-
operation local press and patrio-
tic committees. Sped up recruiting
to maximum intensity. After
regular army Is brought to maxi-
mum strength recruiting service
will have task of obtaining quota
to maintain that strength. Con-
tinue without regard to hours."
Sergeant Kohy announces that regis-
tration Is no bar to voluntary enlistment.
"The filrl at Homo" at the Falaco
100 MEXICAN SOLDIERS DIE
t'la.sli lictnecn Itcbels anil Itogulnrs
Sivs .Many t'liMialllcs.
l.AltFDO Texas June 1. At least
one hundred soldiers were killed and
approximately two hundred wounded
in an engagement during the after-
noon of May an between rebels and
soldiers of the Mexicun de facto gov-
ernment lit Cardenas In tweeii San
Luis 1'otosi and Tamplco according
to reliable Information reaching here
today. Combined rebel forces num-
bering about four thousand had con-
centrated near Cardenas the reports
say nnd attacked a garrison of ap-
proximately five hundred Cnrrau.a
soldiers on guard duty in that region.
Overcome by superior numbers a
slaughter of the government soldiers
followed the report adds.
A traiuload of dead and wounded
reached Monterey on t lie day fol-
lowing the battle the informant says
among the dead being Col. Fidel
Uaiica and .Ma J. llcinnmlcz Cardenas.
STANDARD RED CROSS
KIT IS SHOWN HERE
Representative of Denver Sup-
ply Branch on Mission
Charles Odoll Thlhodcau from the
Duiver supply branch of the military
department of the American K''d
Cross society was in Tulsa yesterday
exhibiting a sample kit of regulation
Ited Cross supplies and bringing to
the war relief workers here the mes-
sage of standardization of all such
"Time money and space are of such
inestimable value.'' said Mr. Tniho-
reau. "that the Ited Cross does not
want a single panicle of any of these
commodities wasted. I am visiting
I he five towns In Oklahoma which
have the best organized lied Cross
chapters. They are Tulsa Muskogee
Lnid Oklahoma "lly and McAlester.
Mr. Thlhodeau had his kit oil dis-
play at the Ited ('loss workroom in
the Carnegie library. It consisted of
hospital shirts pajamas nightingales
convalescent robes operating cup and
leggings fracture pillows oakum
Pads a half dozen different sorts of
hundag'es sponges and wash cloth.
Mrs. (i. A. W. Coleman in charge
of the sewing room at the library is
planning to secure a sample kit which
will be kept on permanent exhihiton
as a wimple outfit for the volunteer
sewers to copy from.
Mr. Thlhodeau spoke enthusiastic-
ally of tho valuable publicity work
which was being done for the Ited
Cross movement by the Tulsa news-
papers. Mr. Thlhodeau leaves this morning
Storm Swoops Down on Coalgate Out
of Clear Sky; Terrific Rain Follows
C'OAUIATE Ok la. .Tune 1. Five
persons arc knuwn to have been killed
four were fatally injured and between
twenty-five and thirty seriously in-
jured by a tornado which swept thru
this mining town of 2Z00 inhabitants
at 5 o'clock this afternoon. Four of
tho Injured are so seriously hurt they
are expected to dl. A school building
and about one hundred and fifty
homes were demolished.
Furnbflied liv Strnniltifri; MrflrtPTy Sc Co.
nii'tnlii-rn of tlio Ni-w York stock i-xrlianito
U'J2 Haltimori' avpniip. KnnsaH City Mu.;
Standard Oil Subsidiaries.
Hut. An kid.
Anidti-Anipriran a 1 IS1-
Atlantic Kef MM 12
l!iirni-Hrr inner 420 4.r0
Hiii-ki've 'Pipe l'l'J Hxl
Che-plirnlliih D'.'Q 415
Colonial ftO 70 .
t'ontinrntal '.!' I 510 '
I'rrarpnt 37 40
Cumberland H'O 170
K.nrcka 205 2 Hi
(ialpna nun 1.V4 .."i
(iiih-na nri'f i:tT 112
Illinois Pipe 212 2l.j
Indiana Pipe 1.1 7i 14
National Transit 15 17
New York Tranalt 100 200
Northern Pipe 1 no 110
Ohio Oil iHil 3(.:l
Prairie Oil 5:iS 545
Prairie Pipe bine 2H5 300
Molar Itefminic 843 851)
Houthern Pipe IHii 200
Huuth Penn. Oil 2!5 305
South I'enn. Pipe 2(H HUH
H. ). of California 270 275
8. . of Indiana 70 R00
H. II. of Kanmla 450 405
S 0. of Kentucky H"0 H70
S. O. nt Nebraska 500 520
S. I) of New Jemey 025 h:i()
8 O. of New York 295 800
S ). of Ohio 4115 445
Swan It Kinrh loo 105
I'ninn Tank 02 91
Vacuum Oil 870 sho
WaihlnKton Oil 27 83
Penn-Mea 3 62
International Petroleum .... 14
Independent Oil Coropanlea.
ritlea Servue Corp 2112 204
Pierre nil M 13
Miilwt-M Itefiniiijc 1:15 147
(Wen Kefilling 13 13
Hnpillpa Kefinliij 4 10
Cosilen Oil ft " coin 13 13 H
Cinolen Oil k Ha pdl 4 5 Vt
Okla Producing Iti-fining. . 10 0
Vt ailand Oil (iaa 3 i 4
Midwest Oil S
Sinclair Oil Itefininif 55 1 5(1
Pure Oil coin 22 23
Tidewater I'm his
Atlantic Pel 0j 7
llurnett Oil 2 2
Osage Ilominjr H H
Ohio City 13NV lag
TO TULSA TO TEACH
Noted Concert Pianist dives
Recital at (Irand to u
The iippearan.se of Anthony Stanli-
owitch in recital last eveniim at the
llrand theater though marked by only
a small attendance and this on the
part of enthusiasts of piano music
was an occasion of special interest in
music circles in that it will in ull
prohahilty lie followed by the coming
of Mr. Staiikuwitch to ibis city to en-
ter the field as a teacher.
Though be is little known In this
section of the country Mr. Stanko-
witeh is foremost among the conceit
pianists and teachers of Hie day and
nan mil mo season been so i.ir uu-
Mtnced no doubt would have had a
hearing such as he descries.
The urogram was arranged Willi a
view to displaying the artist's ability
as a teacher and technical! and In-
cluded those writers of music whose
eumpositons are held up for the ex-
ample of the student and In 'he prin-
ciples of whose harmony and tech-
nuiue the sludent Is well drilled.
Mr Stankowitch has none of the
pec ill :riti s accredited to the temper-
amental and all the iiuulil'cations of
the true artist. The pianist appeared
under the management of Mr. Harry
.1. Spindler of the Spindler studio.
sale at kansas city
F. A. Gillespie Colonel Suppes
and John Kramer Bring
Home More Stock.
More blooded cattle have been
added to Tulsa's pric herds ami more
honors have been given Tulsa's pure
blood cattlo fanciers thru their en-
trance into tliu larger sales of (lie
At a sale held on Decoration Day In
Kansas City F. A. Cillespie of TuUi
topped the sale by purchasing one cow
and calf for $l.tilO and by purchasing
six other head at eiiuatly fancy prices.
Col. K. Suppes and J. T. Kramer also
of Tulsa each purchased two head of
Shorthorns at the same sale whii h
was attended by several thousand of
the leading short horn cattle breeders
of the t'nited States.
These three men accompanied by
S. II. Jackson one of the country's
leading live stock judges will leave
Tulsa Sunday night for Clili-ii'-io to at-
tend the imported shorthorn sale
which is to be held there .Monday and
Tuesday. This sale includes 12a im-
ported shorthorns brought to the
Tinted states from Scotland during
the last lew months by Carpenter &
Koss oup of tile leading rattle import-
ing firms In the country.
C0SDEN GUARDS ARREST
MAN WITH TWO PISTOLS
l-'nrly This .Morning J. T. Taylor
li-rt-eiilcd on Itcfiitci-v
Cunrds of the Cosdcn refinery parly
this morning intercepted a man giving
the iiutnc of .1. T. Taylor wandering
about the refinery buildings who
when searched was found to have two
4fi Colt's revolvers concealed beneath
He was brought to Tulsa and lodged
In the city Jail where a charge of
carrying coneinlcd weapons was
lodged against him. Ho refused to
make a statement relative to his pur-
pose In the limits of the refinery oi
why ho was carrying the guns.
Tho known dead:
W. V. K I Ci K 40 Y 10 A ItH OHD.
I '( H ' H- Y K A H-i I .1 ) I ) A I K ! II T HH O V
MOUIHH MIITKIN HAN K Kit.
TWO-YKAIt-OI.D 1IAHY OK A. L.
COOK M Kit 'II A NT.
TWO UNKNOWN NKtSHO M UN
Thp fatally Injured:
Miss Amy Ilurleson.
Mrs. A. L. Cook nnd her 7-year-old
Mrs. Prances C.repnon.
The storm swept the entire north-
western part of the city destroying
practically every residence. The West-
ward school building a brick struc-
tuip was demolished.
The Klks cluliraoins and residences
have bp"ti turned Into a hospital.
Twenty-five Injured are being cared
for at the club. Three special trains
one each from McAlester. Atoka am!
Temple have arrived hearing doctors
nurses ftnd citizens.
The storm struck Coalgiite almost
without warning coming out of an
almost clear sky. It moved In a semi-
circle around the northwestern part
of the city. razing residences and
oihcr buildings in Its path. Following
the tornado was a rainstorm of ter-
FIVE MEMBERS OF
ONE FAMILY KILLED
CONT1XTKI) FItOM PAOB ONE
flipped to earth spvpn tlmps. destroy-
ing property at variolic Intervals
DoiiKhterty a town of eight hun-
dred on he Santa Fe railway was
burply missed by the storm.
Commission to Inspect
American Hospital Ship
WASHINGTON Juno 1. A civil
commission composed of Abraham
Flexner of New York; Dr. William II.
Welch of llaltlmoro and Nathan
Strauss of New York will inspect the
naval hospital ship Solace and other
naval vessels at tho request of Secre-
tary Daniels and form their own con-
clusions as to tho navy's method of
handling sick sailors.
Thieves fivt Overlain!.
Wliilo John T. Illuir and family
were attending the commencement
exercises cf tho Catholic school ut
Convention hall last night thieves
stole an Overland Ulght-SIx automo-
bile that he had owned but a few
days. Th car wis parked In front of
the municipal stadium at K:30 o'clock
I nnd when the exercises were over at
10 o'clock the ear was gone.
Discount Sale of Ready-io-Wcar
Offers Extraordinary Values fcr the Week-End
On at! SHU Suit
Tnl'lVlii clri-Hrj-. it Mil
ussy Wllhms hi all
On all Itliie Scr-c
ami Itlai-k sails.
all Silk Skirls;
late -Oh. In
Tal iclu-. lTc and
luessv Hlou.se of best iinalitv: white groriiotii- crepe; collar and vest of
old bine crepe; the fronts handsomely embroidered In emlu-.il.lery and
Line !.... I l.iui lies nf lillle oil Cliffs. Mil. ill hlllc lnltloUS give tllllslllllg
lunches. Priced regularly 111
Special sale price
I.incn Waists: strined and plain colors tailored collar and culls of v h it
pbpie; also white linen with colored
Ueglllar iL'.ifi values. Special each
All while figured organdv: sailor
hemstitched seams and finish; waists that
sell regularly at 2..ri0. Special sale price
All white figured organdv and I i - -1
oibers with broad sailor collars; all pn tiy modi Is.
Waists worth H all. Our special price
Trimmed Hals at $1.00
allies up to XIII Ull
One lot of Trimmed Hals; each one is a snappv modi I: values up to $10.
ltegardless of f'linier prices the entire lot will lie sold starttoir at HI
o'clock Saturday morning your
One lot of short lengths In Table
Linens; extra good unality Irom
1 Uj to 1 yards in Hie pi ; ranging
In price from $ I In to $:) .".a yard.
Special all day Saturday
jr. pi :k -i-:xt iis hi nt.
One lot of Knit and Marseilles
slightly soiled will be on sale Satan
$1.7.1 lied Spreads at SI. Ill
t '.() Ited Spreads at $l.
$2.10 lied Spreads at SUh.
$:l (Ml lied Spreads at $2.:t.
$310 lied Spreads at $2.7.'.
13 and .Ill-inch Pongee Silks In
stripes and fancy patterns for com-
bination dresses and sport suits;
regular $1.10 and $2. ltd uualitv
Special Saturday (I 1 - f
tho yard M.1U
36-ineh Part Silk Crepp Kleine in
white and light shades of pink
blue and green; also dark shades.
Special value priced KQ
per yard nt tJils
38-Inch Imitation Khakl-Kool; in
white shadow lawn green gold
ami gray; regular $1.10 uualitv.
Special Saturday (J" - Q
per yard dldi
30-Inch Silk Poplin; in while gray
tan wisteria green purple and
black; extra quality; ff
per yard J)jLl
Ijulies" Tiber Silk Hose with lisle
top ill Mack and white; regular
40c per pair. Special (T- Afj
Saturday 3 pairs for... J5J..UU
Children's Silk I Isle Hose in black
onlv; regular 31c value. Special
the pair aUl
Itcgiilar aliis up to
Hair Switches ranging
in price from $1 to $7
will be on sale all day
choice of shade
GARAGE PROPOSAL IS
QUIETLY LAID AWAY
Hurley and Johnson Given
Permit to Erect Building
The garage ordinance asked for by
Charles H. lingers attorney died a
painful death In the city commission-
er's chambers yesterday morning
while the maior the board of city
commissioners and others Interested
sat around the bedside waning for the
last gasp which en mo when It was
declared that the commissioners would
l.p exceeding their authority by taking
u hand In tho matter.
Hast week Attorney lingers pro-
posed to the mayor and oininlssloti-
i rs that an ordinance prohibiting the
erection of a public garage within
three hundred feet of a public school
he enacted to protect the health and
life of school children.
At the meeting yesterday F.. K.
iherholti r superintendent of city
schools was present and gave his aid
to the presentation of the measure but
1' J. Hurley and A. C. Johnson who
Wool Suits in novelty mix-
tures. Also Wool Jerseys.
All-Wool Skirts. Kvery one
this spring's model.
Any Wool Coat in stock. No
All Raincoats. Many differ-
Is hi' whit1
cellar and cult's of plain white organdy;
Ith ;i I nits.
1 1 striped voiles; Mime with laliots.
1")C Apron Ginghams Yard Sc
Saliirday. one hour special l()::tll to 1 1 : :t0 it. m.
our complete line of 1.1c Apron lllnghams will be on sale for one hour
from ii :iil to 1l.:iil Saturday morning
at per yard
pie I '.eil Spreads: nil sizes: some
iv at the following reductions:
t 1.1)0 lied Spreads al !.. !".
$1.10 P.ed Spreiuls at !VY
$1 nil p.ed Spreads at M
$.iio Hi d Spreads at
$i;ro p.ed Spreads at J.1 l."i
$7 1o ped Spreads at $11. 2.1
Ladies' Silk I. isle I'nlou Suits;
low neck no sleeves open gore.
shell finish elastic rib. excellent
ipiullty: regular $1.10 . and $1.71
garments. Special Saturday at
$1.39 AN" $1.59
Ijidles' I .Isle I'liion Suits; V-neck
no sleeves wide knee closed gore.
Hhell finish; regular file and 71c
garments. Special Saturday at
49c AS" 59c
Lailh'M' Two- 'lasp Chimin. Mi'ltc (Hid
IAhW i lovrH In whltr crcum uml
timy; llni of broken hIzh; regular
75c vnliH'H. .SjMcial
IjiiIIpm' 1 fi -l.u t ton length best qual-
ity Fowne's Silk Cloves in colors
of gray champagne pink blue and
pongee; regular $1.10 and J'.'. 00
ituallly. Special Saturday
propose to erect an electric sales sta-
tion at Twelfth and Hoston also were
Mussra. Hurley and Johnson ex-
plained that they did not desire to
erect a building Unit would be an eye-
sore to the neighborhood or a men-
ace to the life and safety of school-
children. Instead It is to lie a beauti-
ful $20000 structure to be used as un
exclusive electric sales station where
only electilc cars will be kept. "No
Don't kame "Spring Fever"
For That "Down-and-out" Feeling
Your blood needs h thorough cleans-
ing Just now.
As Spring approaches the Impuri-
ties that have been accumulating In
the system throughout the winter be-
gin to clog up the circulation caus-
ing a general weakness and debili-
tated condition that Is generally
known as "Spring fever."
The first symptoms are usually a
loss of appetite followed by a grad-
ually lessening of energy the system
becomes weaker day by day until you
feel yourself on the 'Verge of a break-
down. Children lust at this season ai'o
peevish nnd Irritable and become
puny and litelcss.
Tills whole condition Is hut thp re-
sult of InipurltlPH In the blood tlia.
have been accumulating and make.
Silk and Muslin
Included are regular and out-nlzes
in Downs Corset Covers. Teddy
P.ears Combinations and ISras-
s.'ic vii lues at 0Hr
$ I on values nt HOe
I.'JK values at $1.00
M.r.O values at M.20
1 . 7 r. values at
1 fi values at SI.HO
.' values at $2.:i.
J.I III) values at 92. 10
M.fill values at S-.HO
SI .IU values nt ;!.()
$.1110 values at $1.00
$11.00 values at $I.H0
$s 10 values at $.HO
Itrassleres and Itust Conformers of
flesh color-d silk hack fastening
well styled and with InseU of
elastic HMion shoulder straps;
regular $1 till values. 7Qf
Special sale price each.. I iV
Sale Prices on Corsets
Included are I.a I
Nemo. Miller and
$1 on i
$l 111 (
j:t oo i
:i 10 i
. 00 (
1 no i
'orM"ts at ... .
$7 on i
JS 10 I
orsets at ...
orsets at ... .
$ I 0 00
Corsets at. . .
30-Inch Cotton Crepe; In pink and
blue; suitable for underwear; reg
ular ale value. Special all day
mi-inch Tussah Pongee; in fancies
and plain colors; !)So values. Spe-
cial all day Saturday Q
the yard UtC
Jti-lnch Palm Iteaeh Cloth: In
plaids checks stripes and plain
colors; $1 1)0 values. Special Sat
Voiles and Swisses
One lot of Fancy F.mbrohlPred
Voiles and Figured Swisses;
slightly soiled; 32x31 inches wide;
regular 71c to $1.2.1 yard values.
Special all day Saturday
Saturday Toilet Goods
Colgate's and I -a .idles
Talcum. Special 2 for.
Wood bury s
"Creme de .Meridor"
Cream: very high
Our complete line of
all White French Mad-
ras Shirtings; regular
prices range from 31c
to SOe yard. Special all
gasoline odors will permeate the at.
moaphere around this building" ail
Mr. Johnson. "Neither Mr. Hurley or
myself would put up a nuisance on
Hoston or anywhere else as we are
too proud of Tulsa and too anxiou
to build a clean healthful saio olty
The commissioners grantpd the per-
mit for the erection of the building'
and declared all bets off on the pro-
them.selvMS felt more distinctly with
th change of li e season. They chow
that nature needs assistance In giving
the system a general hoiiseclcanlng.
Kveryhodv Just new needs a few
bottles of S. S. S. the great vegetanm
blood remedy to purify their Mood
nnd demise It of impurities. It is
good for the chll Iren for it gives
them new strength and puts their sys.
triii 111 condition so they can mora
easily resist the many ailments tu
p cvalent In summer. S. S. S. is with-
out an pipnil as a general tonic ana
.ystem builder. It Improves the ap-
petite and gives new strength and
vitality to both old and young.
Full Information and valuable lit-
erature can bo had by writing to
Swirt Specific Co. 73 Swift labora-
tory Atlanta Ua. Adv.
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Lorton, Eugene. Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 253, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 2, 1917, newspaper, June 2, 1917; Tulsa, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc134400/m1/5/: accessed December 12, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.