Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 302, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 19, 1917 Page: 14 of 14
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TULSA DAILY WORLD THURSDAY JULY 19 1917
AUGUST 5 TO SEE
Lieutenant Kintf Finds Kntire
Unit U in Splendid Shape
f.r Active Warfare.
EQUIPMENT IS ON THE WAY
Kvery Indieation Points an
Early departure to France
jf Local Hoys.
I.leqf c. A K-r.s d-f i.l.-d -v th
w ii irMM-r.t t . r' . rr 1 i j I . ti
Cm. it v N.. 1 of thS '''. V''"tl
li.f..i .I 1 'apt. II 'i I.hH .i 'i an I
the it. . nil' rs f'.it they would be
IT1 "I I i-1 M . rh"' f"-"l""'.ll ""TVl.'H oil
Auitu-t ".. .i' w.vli tin;.- ttn-y w.'iM
r :." ii!r i!i;i'i" irt i.t-li-rs to 'iep art
fi r ir.-.r in' t'l!'' ittuft i-anTonioi-nt.
.r"" i: lv Fort V'"rh. Tex is.
TI-. s Is the fiist .i i'h""i!i'' w ot 1 the
m n . r - ..f IIik ui!t hi ri"iin a
to ihfi ai ti.-ip.it.. 1 .11. jt tur. for -tin
..r. :. and :it f ill war strength-
tll( irr:: r: y H xp -ted to d-pirt
Soon :ifrr no-Mliation f. r a .Mo:ih-
rm port whete -ai-sage be takn
tn I't ar ce.
"I h.-heve that w will w.iH
In H.-t:-. seri. e within a sh- r Tim.'
('sp'a-.ti I.alt.ju d.-i !ar-. y.-s'..t .lay
"There ! ni'iy indication that this
Unit if iiii.bulaii'-e n.i'ii will be of the
fltst i-.ill.-l aii'l I would not Ir" sur-
prised to receive ..i I -r m to pr -cee
the "klaV.n.a i-"'li"i' .f rut'ionu.
KuaMinen t foreign fit "
Tie entlte l.'.l officers .nil men rf
the anil"ii.ifi' company were as-
sembled at the arn.ory. at 'he ft-.
rfuritv fairirroun.ls et.-i 'Jjv where
T l..i...i. ..it k'l.'J tii i.lb u rn'nilt. 11-
!' tl iii of nil r.Ti.rlv equipment aii'l
ncmicis of the unit A't-r the In-Ijii-i
!lnn the lie':'-n ii.t ileciir. tv.af
the ambulance unit was in pl.-r. I'.-l I
'The records of pr-'pet tv. in..f.
tut fits aid other di'a ha'.e leet'
handled in goo 1 -h.i i-." he declared
"Aii'l the ii.en iiri of hili tvpe ari'i
appear tn In- erv wiling to l.e in a
art i.f the it-it army the l"u-. t- -l
States is r usn v " '
TtilH wul m-'-ir on August '. a af-!
t'r that .lit" th-m will In tin ilNtlm--tlnp
Ii. twi1!! flip r'i;':! ir army anI
natli'iiil -'ii.tril or nnli'li orrfa ru.i-
II" im AI! w ill I f n..-ri-cil it. to one I
t 1WSL1;S CARDS
KirhnUKt Nrw fur )ld
14 ami 16 Wnt Mo)nd
IIi-niliiiartor fur Krp(nk I.rn"S
Nf liKiitli.ii. 10 Wrst llilril.
I'll ONE C9G9
Rullc 3ua Ohio llilllilnuc
WILLIAM J. LODGE
Room 420 First National
Bank Lldg. Tulsa.
W. J. GREGG J. L MARTIN
Iloouu 14-13-18 lint National
STANLEY & xM'CUN'E
415 South Boulder
C. O. Wlnlrrrlnsrr None llcglntcr
Cor V. Mrl'ullougb
flloubray Undertaking Co.
Fifth and Boston
TUE CUILDRES'S DAY
717 South Cheyenne
Children CarrO for Purine Working
or Shopping Hours
CHARLES U. ME RILL AT
Bond rtulMInc Wanhlngton D. C.
Oil Gas and Indian Matters
Baldwin & Spradling
009-410 First National Bank
III about DprtmtnUl Ltaift. Rmo! el
H4Mtricl)oni. AJlotmacU CuroUoiwU Upt
ritu and I'Ut Uuok.
0 J. TUC3IAX MXOX
Cm of MJm Ubi Rtltnar. Pbont 1701
ftooa llft-10 OftlittU Bldf.. TaUa OkUboma
IIC I j!-- 'Ill' " ' '
Who will b n In a apolal return
at the M.-iJi-Htic iT.f.ter tml.iy only. Thin is conceded t- le Mr. Karnum'a
nriMff-rpn're :inl is h'ir.K Hhown uc;iin only at the hperi.il request of many
taiffiftl .utriMH unti "fana-' v. ho w ere unable to w itiiei it when it was
mww n h-re hvfme.
hukf. t-htn:j f p e. t- te kn-wn a '
I'.ti) !!:is i.rjf ui.uti'-n wii! k'i nil
st;i- ii.it.oii.il k-i.ir.l or'ifii.ri"ii. at
miiuiii ur uaiu.if iiiii.s ami a:I nuat-
t.i h . 1 iir fi-'ii ir i'm untts. s :rh ;s f 1 1 i
h "spu. 1 1 i r i p.; iii s it:-!' i'n'U-nt trnoj s
in M.tt'- w tu r t h-t ' a r n-i a '. a 1 rv
r K-n.ri.rs -in.i .;i ft;i:iiif'T offfamzi-
li..!" r" at'a ht-i to the nai.-cial
The t w .m t.tkrn lo th- f iir- '
trrmiTi'U s;T'l i mm n:ri'j h '.i- !
tain IK'-aii h; 1 t ;trMi tnv ami
thr;j"i;t i)im ilav w.is i':v-n 'Irill .nt-Hi.fcT-uj)
H'Ti'ici h an.l jH.tr.l in tli;
tiKiMiW fht irv".enNry t y L.-j!n int i
I:ir. -h n fur thf m'n ha.) previous- ;
lv "Mi .r-i.if -1 !i th v.tn-n f th;
!:! i'r-.-is aii l ij.tii;n I;il: j'i tn.-k
siM-.-iril n. n !ilht to ask Th '
V-rM t-i x i i -j trt th W'iiie!i who
iort!ihti-. li.ij.kM?.. th' hfirtv
thanrs f LoUi offotTH an-! liffl. Hal
It n.it t ti f"i th: thurf-iJ .ri.ara.-
T.i"ii on thn pait of T 1N.1 s patriot!'1
wniiiMn. the mt-n w "iiM h. t hen
forvi .l t .-at ( m1 'jn-hrs. .r-pa re; ;it
fin1 local r"-T.iuranT. ;:s all k!t-hen
t i i ; J ' r r r j t foi n company is not in
tor In th' armory j
New iiltm lit i mi in J.
i apt.un I -i l!ea i. fo;:.) ; p. ir the In - I
.pr ti-'Ti. M.it'.l that n- "ipf:i l.:i'l heeti j
r- tNVf.l f-.r a ! irijf 'pjantity of 1 1 1 i p - j
r:i nt w h( h h i'l (n s r;t to th iornl -n
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . i n i ' ui:t. an-l That it h;h r- ;
! tf.l to an : wi'lrn th r.'-vt few j
wo'k.s Tins i:i i i.t.-s a iniiiilr nf
motors t'!-n an! motorcycle sTct'-hr-
(ar' t Th..- 1 ot of rh.s e-m-p.
Iil'-t:t u i s-!Mia!.-. at $Jx.;.m. The
'.ipam i oti' v w l.y imr that at'
h-ist ;.. tr.'h h I'.ff friipinrtit. m-
LONG STRUGGLE IS
N EARING AN END
"I'm a Thousand Times Better
Than I've Been in 1 1
Years" She Says.
TANLAC ENDS TROUBLES
'A Few Bottles Have Done Me
More Good Than All Else
Combined" She Says.
"I've had a lonir hard striiKi?!e
well lit health but liv the help of
Tanlao I have found relief at last"
s "l Mrs. r. nlto l;im .s. residing at
S 1 4 South Campbell street Kl l'uso
"I had rheumatism and stomach
trcublt so l ad for fourteen years that
my life was misei able" she continued
"but I'm a thousand times better since
I begun taking Tanlae. and a medicine
that is doing so much for suffering
people can't be praised too much. I've
sp. nt lots of money trying to (:et some
ease and It certainly seems remark-
able but It s the truth a few bottles
of Tunlac h is done me more real good
than everything els 1 ever took com-
bined. "When I first began taking It I
cm hin t eat anything without it hurt-
ing me Any of the heavy or more
nourishing foods would 'ay like a rock
in my stomach and ev.ui liquid diets
at times would sour on my stomach
and fill me with pain jvery Joint in
my body ached with rheumatism and
besides this the small of my back
hurt me dreadfully and my kidneys
w ried me constantly. I was fearful-
ly nervous and when I fell asleep at
n'ulit the least noiso would wake me
in a fright nnd cause me to almost
Jump out of b-d. I was a very sick
woman and was almost In despair.
"What caused me to take Tanlnc
w is the advice of a friend t.nd now
I'm talking TanUc every chance I
ret. I ran eat Just anything I want
nnd enjoy it and never feel the slight-
est bad effects from it. I sleep fine
every night nnd n to my rheumatism
it is so much bettr that I hardly
notice It any more. My husband says
he can tell from my looks that I have
gained several pounds In weight. I
don't know whether I have or not. as
I haven't weighed hut I do know my
Increase In health and strength has
been wonderful. I'm still Improving
evry day nnd It's a pleasure to tell
others about the. medicine that ha
done o much for nie "
Tanlac Is sold In Tulsa exclusively
hv Ro- Oetman's Itexall Prug store.
Quaker Drug company and Puritan
liriig company under the personal di-
rection of a special Tanlac representa-
enmcment of "A Tnle of Two Cities"
ohi'lim; all ni"toriz.-il ainlulan'-''1
l-i Na My Mli t .- s-i;t to the company ;
u'tr. aftr it ha.f rcache.l thy canton- !
The f luipin. nt now hi-1.1 by the.
im t as propi-i'y of tn war Upurt-
in. 1. 1. ami wh i n will l rcturn.'il u
as tnotoriz.-'! ontnpinpnt is re-!
' i .w.l Is al!: l at approximati-ly i
I'm nun anl inchiil's 1.' nuil.'-ilrun n I
ainlniian-thr-e " onilat uau-oti untl i
a.i tiarno-.n ar l othi-r ai'i-o-..Ti-.
Study of (ivrman Looks
Like "Dead" Language
in Dcpew High School
VV-ir A Cr.-V TojMv Ilir-u.
I'KIKW. okla.. .Inky 1 Efforts
of the school !oar.l to employ an ln-
stli tor to teach hlnh school pupils
tie ijerinan lanitu-iee have nf t with
no siici-'ss and I'lei k A. A. IowelI has
a-k.-d the county superintendent of
t're.-k county schools if the study of
"lerir. in could not !. eliminated dur-
lnc the conilre school year and some
i. th.r laiiKu.tKe substitute). The Span-
ish languHv-" is fivored by the clerk
as the S'lhsttfu.e.
The Iiepew high school Is an ac-
credited nun -unit Institution and for-
merly stud nts takm? iJertr.-in were
allowed two cr.-.liis on the study.
1'nl.ss some other lant'iiaKe Is sub-
stituted the board has asked that the
study of German be discontinued In
the I.ep.-w schools.
A MIFRIFF M.I KS 'SLACKF.RS"
Wa-Jiln-ton County Officials Dcvolc
Fiulrp Hay to Sran-lilng.
Sj.c-i.' to Th- V.)-!il
HAl'.TI.KSVII.I.K. Okla.. July 11-
Th" entire force of the sheriff's office !
was out yesterday trying to round up
slackers from the military draft. They I
did not succeed In finding anyone but
Kail I-ai-h took the occasion to go to :
the county clerk's office and register I
his name as one of I'ncle Sam's pros- I
pectlve fighters. Leach has Just re-
turned from Klgin Kan. where he '
was taken Monday by the sheriff of !
OiauMuiua county to answer to the
charge of passing worthless checks.
Aortal league Proposed
v t-t vciou- T..1..-1& i. nn
to stimulate interest In aviation and j
to afford men women boys and girls
thruout the country an opportunity to
take part in the movement to make
America first In aeronautics the Aero
club of America announced tonight the '
organization of the Aerial league of
America with Hear Admiral Robert E. I
I'eary as president. (
2 y in.'
yymi sao emaiSC?
Sold In Tulsa by
! Beware ;
( Hug Spreaders S'abb'ed' i
I KANSAS t ITV. July 1?. A
I !it to spread tf-rror thru K&nsaa I '
I l-v ih. nifaiiK of 1im:lj.i? inooiiia- I I
t on w ith court plaster. wuHa'.4 I
I ti.ua- ty l-Yed llobirtJKiii fnited .1
8i.-it.-a district uttorrejr of Kan- I
I nan at Kana t'lty. K.tn. to have I j
I t-rn tirokrn up thru the urrentj I I
I cf thrn-e men In different towns I '
of tt:at tat. Government testa I (
I cond 'j' ted by ifovernment .hem- I i
I lsta were a:d to have revealed I
I t.-t.inns iftrmi on plajitera the I
I thire nien were Belling and art v- I
I init away other ra mi ra t yet I
I identified were declared to have I
l.'e n found. I !
I The names and pvation of the I I
I three men were withheld hy Mr. I J
I lioi-ertiioii as he f.ared the men I
miKht he ivr.ched. I j
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COUNTY ASSESSOR DECIDES
TO COMPLETE HIS REPORT'
Xo Flintier AVuril IIHnz KewtveS
1 rom Oklahoma City
yuinn Will lYmt-nl.
Havlna heard nothir.if from Okla-
homa I'lty. where the state e'luanza-ti-Hi
board la thot to be ronmderini
ratsitiK the local valuation. U 1'.
yumn a.vilKlar.t a?seimor for Tulaa
county announced yet'-rday that he
will wait no lor.uer for advice from
the capital but wall proceed to com-
plete hlii report.
Matters already have irone io far
that it will cause serious inconven-
ience If the state board demands any
adjustment of the local levy. The
Tulsa assessment was presented to
the state board more than a wees:
ao and was approved after being de-
creased. As an afterthot the board requested
the Tuba assssor to astaln present
his figures with reference to innnufac.
turlng- valuations. Realizing that
s n h a thintc would take a wees
work Mr. ymnn who acts in the ab-
sence of W. s. Hooker wrote the
board explaining that the valuation
hail been approved and that it would
be impossible to send them the re-
It Is now probable that the i-on-plete
valuation and assessment will
be ready for presentation to the ex-
cise board at Its regular meeting
July 2. Owing to the frequent de-
lays fear has been entertained that
the assessor would not be able to ri
"p his report by that time but Mr.
Cjuinn expressed the opinion yester-
day that he will be able to make th-i
Little Benny's Xotebook
tllr I.KK r.WK)
The Discovery of the North Pole.
Scene. th northpole.
I-'erst Kskimo. It looks like snow
2nd Kskimo. It Is snow.
Kert Kskimo. If you was ony haff
as funny as you thawt you was.
youd be pntty funny.
3rd Kskimo. Look at that big wale
chasing I's tale'
4th Ssklmo Wat does It think It
Is a kittin"
Ferst Kskimo. I think Its a little
cobler today that wat It was yestld-
dav. 2nd Kskimo. Well Its had a hole
day to do it.
Ferst K.-klmo. Wy dont you go on
the stage if you think youre so darn
2rd Kskimo. Ill slide down a Ico
berg w.th anybody.
4th Kskimo. Wuts the use?
3rd Kklmo. G. look at that funny
looking man getting off of that funny
Perry. Ah hah. I have discovered
2nd Kskimo. G. wlzz. and eher we
bin setting on it all morning and never
I'eery. Education is a grate thing.
LIN Fit TTCkFI THREF. TIMES
1'iis.sewr-j of Anii-rk-an Ship Tell of
Thrilling Atlantic Voyage.
AN" ATLANTIC l'liliT. July 1 $.
Three experiments with German suft-
marines on a round trip Atlantic voy-
age were reported by officers and
passengers on an American steam-
ship who arrived here today on the
voyage over two days from destina-
tion a boat was sighted. Gunners
on the steamship opened fire and
the enemy craft disappeared.
It was not known whether a lilt
On her return voyage the IlneP.
warned by wireless of the presence
of l'-boats and put Into a port wnere
she waited two days while destroyers
drove awav the submarines.
Finally Ihe ship got Into open sea
and was rushing thru the danger
zone when the wake of a topedo was
seen. The shot went twentv yards
istern. The bad aim of the Germans
was attributed to heavy black smoge ;
from the ship's funnels that lay low I
on the water.
Ixiter a gas buoy was mistaken
for the conning tower of a sub-
marine. It blew up after 72 shots
had been fired.
A SLIDING SCALE FOR FIXES
Clnrcmnn Pennine Range From $1
to $100 as Judge ( I looses
Spirial i Th World.
CLAKEMOKK. Okla.. July 1 . The
city council this week passed an or-
dinance providing that any person
firm or corporation covlcled of violat-
ing an ordinance of the city of Clare-
more shall be punished by a fine of
not less than 11 nor more than $100
the affixing of Ihe actual amount of
the fine to be left to the discretion of
the Judge of the municipal court.
Mayor II. H. Drown acts In this ca-
pacity. Persons falling to pay such fines
and costs as may be assessed against
them will be committed to the city
Rankers Protest Donor Proposal.
WASHINGTON. July 18 A score
of Kentucky. Baltimore and Cincin-
nati bankers were given an Informal
hearing today before members of the
senate finance nnd agricultural com-
mittees In protest against the Smoot
amendment to the food control bill
providing for government purchase of
all distilled beverages In bond. Percy
II. Johnston of Louisville chairman
of the delegation said the banks have
112. 000. 000 loaned on bonded ware-
house certificates and the Smoot
amendment will cause tremendous
losses. The bankers did not oppose
proposals to stop further manufacture
of distilled beverages.
Slackers to Get Separate) Trials
PI LLTH July 18 Two hundred
and thirty-seven alleged slackers In-
dicted by the federal grand jury
which concluded Ita sessions here yes-
terday today asked for separate trials.
According to I'nlted States District
Attorney Alfred Jacques a Jury will
be chosen In each case.
JULY CLEARANCE SALES
Wash Fabrics at 39c
50c 59i 3c and T3 f;ruiles
Over 75 pieces new h'.gh-irrade silk and cotton and cotton dress
goods. Including printed and woven voiles marquisettes pon-
gees and I'aisley cloth. You. will find shades and designs here
suitable for aU hot weather dress requirements.
69c and $1.39
42-Inch and 0-lnch widths in new stripe combinations for the
summer ault or skirt. No other fabric has proven so service-
able and practical. These two widths are shown In a variety of
good designs and colors.
42-Inch regular 8ic yard now
60-Inch regular S 1.75 yard now $1.39
Mohair for Bathing Suits
SMflully I'rl.-otl for This Wcrk
Neat pin atripe mohairs 36 inches wide regular 75c values.
special the yard &c
Mohair In black and navy good weight best dye worth 85c the
yard special at
Middy Blouses 39c
14 Year to -It 'Bust
These blouses are made from
good quality cloth trimmed with
plain red or blue collars and
cuffs. A pretty style Is made
with blue and white and rose
and white stripe collar and
cuffs; our regular 75c quality.
Y'our choice for Sc
Trunks Bags Suitcases
Just at the time of the year when you are going to take your
vacation we are making special prices on trunks bags and suit-
cases. Y'ou will find our stock full and complete suitcases
from $1 00 to I34.M0 bags from 13.50 to 130. uO and trunks at
any price from 17.00 to I'JO.OO all are on sale now at a dis
count of TWENTY PER CENT.
In going over our stock
been discontinued. These
should be quickly closed out.
your size is gone.
Patent Two.Strap Pump with turn sole and me-
dium leather heel. Clearance Sale (JQ QC
Kid Pump with turn sole and leather (JJQ QfT
Louts heel. Clearance Sale price t9O.a0
Patent Kid Pump with turn solo and leather Louis
heel. Clearance Sale CO O"
Fine Kid Pump with turn sole and wood-covered
heel. Clearance Sale . n
Patent Kid Pump stitched In white with turn sole
and covered heel. Clearance Sale (J t Qf
HUNT FOR HINSCH CONTINUES
Government Docs Not HcHere Story
That German Is In Fatherlunrl.
NEW YOP.K. July 18. William M.
Offley division superintendent of the
department of Justice here said to-
day he doubted the truth of the re-
port from Ilaltimore that Capt. Fred-
erick Illnsch the German skipper
who was In charge of the docking
and loading of the German merchant
submarine D-utaeh!and iaad suc-
ceeded In escaping to Germany by
leaving on a small sailing craft from
South Amboy N. J. which Is on New
Superintendent Offley pointed out
that since the declaration of war all
vessels large or small leaving tne
port of New Y'ork are subjected to
the closest scrutiny and If a small
schooner managed to dodge the Inner
patrol It would surely be held up by
the outside coast guard. He believes
Captain tiinsch Is still In this country
and said search for him -would con-
tinue. $5000POST OFFICE INCREASE
McAlester Sets New Record for Fiscal
Year's Gross Receipts.
Hotels to Th World.
M ALESTER Okla. July 18. The
McAlester post office receipts for the
fiscal year ending July 1 Increased
15.643.27 according to the report
made to the I'nlted States treasury de-
partment. The year's business was
150.108.96. as against $45565.69 (or
the year preceding.
Since August 1918 the monthly re-
ceipts have been close to $4000 or
better regularly. In only four of those
moths. February April May and June
this year did the figure fall below that
mark. February's was $3774.78 and
the other three months all went higher
The biggest month In the past fiscal
year was March. The sum received
was $4971.61. December's figure was
No Waste to
OF WHEAT AND
MALTED OAR LEY
Dainty creations of lace and silk
some in lace ribbon and rosebud
trimmings new snappy styles a
clearance of our entire line.
$8c values at 75c
tl 25 values at 95c
11.50 values at $1.19
12.50 values at $1.50
CLEARANCE SHOE SALE
we find a number of broken lines and styles which have
shoes have been reduced to such attractive prices that they
Come early while the selection is still good and before
NEED $177000 TO RUN' CITY
Town Solon) Prepare Annual Budget
Estimates at Okmulgee.
Special to Tho World.
OKMULGEE. Okla. July 18. It
will require 1177303 to run the city
! of Okmulgee for the fiscal year that
began July 1 1917 according to the
official budget of expenses presented
at the regular meeting of the board of
city commissioners last night by Com-
missioner of Finance R. H. Jenness.
This Is an Increase of I5S.991 over the
i budget for the year that ended June
SO which was 8118312. ltecause of
I an Increase In revenues other than
At Home in Our New House 113 and 115
One door east of our old location where we have twelve thousand
feet of floor space. We carry the largest stock of Oocerles and Meats
In the state. We buy In car lots for cash and sell to you retail at
wholesale prices. Money saved U money made. We keep business
up by keeping prices down.
14 pounds best Flour $1.50
48 pounds best Flour !- " $3 00
100 pounds best Flour " ' .' ""$5 90
Hominy per can 'je
Pumpkin per can gc
4 packages Mincemeat ' g.vj
I packages Raisins n0
4 packages Spaghetti !!!!!"! 25c
We are headquarters for Fruit Jars. PRICES LOWErI'
1 gallon Apples oSe
1 gallon Peaches '" J'2c
1 gallon Gooseberries jnc
$ pounds best Head Rice '. ' ' ' o5c
We don't "meat" prices we beat prices.
Armours Star Hams pound -c
Pure Lard pound " 'l)c
Compound pound 'l7o
Small Crlsco pound '"H
Pork Chops pound !'.!'
Rib Plate Boll pound Jit "
Brookfleld Butter V "jiv!
Nice Breakfast Bacon " V
Dry Salt Meat . ' rjj0
US East Frr.ri!..0nhm.e "'y 'iii't our' Vtore'at' VlS 'and
Sp.cftSatFth o.d for Thursday
SEVENTH AND McCOT Kendall m NORTH GREENWOOD
160$ EAST HODGE m AJfD m VST
Clearance r rices on
Ladles' Kport Collars made
from linen ratine and
pongee trimmed with
colored bands and buttons;
60c value. Your -J f
White and chamois colored
fabric Gloves; small sizes
only; reg. 50c grade. - f
Clearance price pair J.OC
Kaywr Colon-.! Silk Gloves
Special lot of double-tipped
all-silk Gloves in navy
brown and black; regular
60c 6ao and 11.00 grades.
To close out at np
tl.Ou Fancy Purwsolsj 59c
$1.00 Fancy Parasols clear
(1.75 ami $2 00 Fancy
Consisting of children's and
ladies' novelty silk parasols
with natural wood handles.
$3.50 Fine Colored ParaoU
A good variety In new d
signs and shades. See
r.e r. si.89
$2.75 $3.00 anil $3.75 Fancy
Sun uml Rain Slimles $1.95
New novelties In fine silk
tussahs taffetas and com-
binations with neat
handles. (JJ-J Qf
$3.50 to $1.00 IIU;li.Grudc
In new novelty designs for
sun or ruin In many color
combinations that will plea.se
$7.00 mill $8.00 Fancy Silk
Just a few of these good
values left. Y'our
choice at . .
Ivory Kid Pump with turn sole and wood-covered
heel. Clearance Sale rts ryf
price tbO. I D
Tan Semi-Sport Lace Oxford with welt sole and
medium neel. Clearance Sale QP
Gray Suede Pump with gray kid quarter and beaded
buckle. Clearance Sale (PT A C
Ilrown Kid Pump with brown sucdo quarter and
beaded buckle. Clearance Sale GF7 4 IT
Kid High Lace Shoe.
taxes the total amount to be raised
by taxes tho coming yea Is J79.79S
against (61798.71 raised by tax last
Of amounts required for the coming
year 8122.135 Is needed in the general
fund and 154.868 Is needed In the
sinking fund. The surplus In the gen-
eral fund amounts to $15230.92.
ZionUts Fined for Cuing; Tohaoeo.
CHICAGO. July IS. Six men nt
Zion City yesterday were fined from
110 to $50 for using tobacco. Fifty
special police appointed by Voliva tho
Zionist lender patrol the streets to
catch smokers. Signs warn the pub-
lic It Is a crime to smoke within tho
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Lorton, Eugene. Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 302, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 19, 1917, newspaper, July 19, 1917; Tulsa, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc134447/m1/14/: accessed October 16, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.