Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 302, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 19, 1917 Page: 2 of 14

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TL'LSA DAILY WOULD THUKSDAY JULY l'J 1917
EVER WATCH REALLY
BIG CIRCUS COME IN?
SAVE THE CHILDREN
IS OBJECT OF CLINIC
Thn SVt Yovr Alarm Clock:
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7 SUPPLY SHIP SUNK !
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THE
RELIABLE
Trunk Factory
will cfirtinue th-ir great
Red Jig Sale ur:til
AUGUST 1st
Every ir-r.k jitra.- har.dba.ir and all leather goods
wjil vld
ABSOLUTELY AT COST
We carry the farr.ou Hartrr.ar.n War lroh Trunks.
We are -till In business regardless of reports being cir-
culated X'j the contrary.
RELIABLE TRUNK FACTORY
N'fxt to Fcott-Halliburton-Abbott Company
106 Ka-t Third St. hone 21'G
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rriiiif.n ft cf film r l:r.T h. t
Tttly and th: will hr :r.'T.ixrd :ht
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rr h:!iTed An avrr.ir weekly attrnd-
ar.ce of Dne.qjrtr rri.Uon er.h'd
lien : re;T.e.l at the motion picture
nh hifiop In the amcUtion huta.
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Let Us Help Plan
Your Vacation
in the COOL
COLORADO
ROCKIES
Briof yam family and enfaj aa
ootdoof Lie vacated rtter it I cool
and yon can trad (ontethiog new and
mteretfwg to aw and do eery day.
Doivo m the Catrway to 1 2 National
PaHu aad 32 NaonaJ Mooumeota.
VW DENVER'S NEW MCX'NTAJN
PAR ICS d ROCKY MOUNTAIN
NATIONAL PARK (EV M xhr
Ra4 Aa ad TiJ S Tra I4ca
d7 ti. Paaaa tiMtm aad nata
Uaa U o. al nana.
Write for Free Booklets
ceaaM load J ialonBanaa (or toanaa.
mi kl whM at fa. wW to at vW oMta
k cafe I lo 28 dayt ooot
Coiondo. tfce PWryraaad Nabaa
t'ommturr Murt Pas nn All Arauar-nii-uu
Ih-fxer I'Wk- lH.-pLaj.
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HKMIiyjKK. Ckla July II. A
pwe.nnr orrtinanr fort.lUii;ri tha
t r.-djrti-.n in any p-Mic j.!a- In the
r;ty of 'kinu:ce cf aiy atr.a-nt
I y exhibition or d'murjLcaiioa or
the b'w:r .f any rri"rn p'.ct :re or
rr thr ibum rr.er.t devlte that la
In any way crt-er.e or Irr.rroier waa
I w) hy the br-ard of city fiiM
o-er at their meeting on Mud day
r.:ht. The ordinance al rreatef a
icrh!p board ff t:i (Tff.r.i to 1
apoir.td t'.v the mayor an.) Kivei thia
t-. ard (..-. al powera. Merr.tri of tha
board are authorised to enter any
anaerr.ent place at any tlrr.e to paaa
;.pn the prf-cram ten mven and to
ivrn:ir.e whether or not the jer-
forn.ance wai be allowed to continue
The member are to hare ar.-era to al
amurement place at all tirre free of
charge and are to serre without com-
t eration.
TOLU K tVl KT M JROHT
tins lUMCiaMu luiuMKir :iUHM
676 Seventeenth St DENVER COLO.
Oil AXY Ot llll. rOi.UM I Mi 11KAMI1 111 HUM'S
855 Went .MimIImiii ht. ( 4 (iraml Ave. 12.1 1 Tike' Peak Ave
CHIC AGO ILL. KANSAS UTY MO (XlXll.Ai0 WUH KXU
RartWvllkr Rerrlpta Slxnr City Made
Money During Juae LaM Year.
Special U- The VTerW
BAKTLESVIiJLe. Okla. July II
Eipeneee for the police department
for the year ending July 1. 1J17. were
; 11.141 t" lera than the receipt. For
the year previoua the deficit wag II.-
i:.0. tha year preceding the deficit
waa 14. 114. "2. At the preeent rate of
decrease the police department will be
aelf-mipportmg at the end of thle f:-
cal year. The police department waa
a aourca of fevnue previoua to the
; adoption at the city charter and
.afterward up to three yeara ago.
wheo. the derK-lt waa 14 114 71.
The highest cot per arrest for tha
year waa Itt December January and
February thla year when It coat
111 II. lit 14 and tit 41. respectively
and the loweet waa In April and June
with a cost of fi.lt In April an ft 17
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Dr. FRANK CRANE the famous
editorial writer whose articles reach ten mill-
ion people every day says: "Those who
have to be up to pitch physic-
ally every minute ready for
prompt decisive action chew
Adams Pepsin Gum." J
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V7HE BIG DUSINESS-MANS GUM.
In tKe Struggle for Wealth take care of your Health
WHO WILL BUILD BOXES TO
SHIP RED CROSS SUPPLIES?
veaml boida The boles must be
strongly made of wood five-eighths
Inches thick carefully selected to In-
sure' sale transportation. Mrs. Cole-
man la asklr.r for donated labni- and
material distributed among a num
ber of people so thit the burden will
not fall heavily anywhere. It has
been surscstej that the packing de-
part menu of city stores might con-
Workroosn JfrrtU ino at One to Ship
Suvplioa for 104 link For
Tliree MtHiduk
Tha Red Cross workroom is send-
lna out an 8. O. S. aienal to carnen-
tert or cabinet worlers. graying that I tribute either material or labor to the
they lend a hand in tha construction causa.
of wooden boaea In which to ahlp hos- I At tha workroom yesterday Mea-
pltal supplies. dames U. t Holluw. K. W. McCrary
At the end of Angutt thera will go i and C. L Waite were hostemea to
forward from the Tulsa workroom a about one hundred women who came
three months' supply of f.ve hundred to sew and Ills Hollow served dell-
beda which must ba parked stronelv I clous mint punch. H. H. Rogers
In rerulatlon botes lilx! feet thl t'.kcd to the women atout the beau-
sUa paaa beat la freight cars and ! ties (X sr Ice in tha workroom.
TO CROSS-FILE DRAFT CARDS
Loral Roard of RxnuptJou RoncMrr
TnMrrn'tkui oin ttate Roartt
Further Instructions aimed to get
everything in readiness for the woia
to coma were receiver yesterday by
men according to alphabetic.1 ar.
rangement. their serial numbers belna
Indicated oppoalte the t.me.
I'liysUiaiiii -to Uie rYnnt"
Special to Te World.
TAHI.KQVAH. Okla.. July It.
to toma were receiver yerterdAy t'V i rr T M tva..
the county board of exemption which I Jl M- Tnomr and C. A. Tetcr-
la headed by Vi L. North with Lew is j"n nve ol to Oklahoma Citjr far
Cllne aa elerk examlnallon before the board having
The recent advice la to the effect I charge cf the examination of thoee
that filing cases are In transit to hold Vhyslclnns who have offered their
the registration carde with their new : aarvlcea to the government for thi
serial numbers. The cards will bs
arranged according to the serial num.
tiers so as to facilitate the notifica-
tion of men who are drafted.
Further Uatg will bo mad at the
period of the war. Itoth in
ful physicians loctor Thompson hav-
ing practiced here for more than a
quarter century and Doctor Peterson
for about fifteen yeara.

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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/m1/2/ocr/: accessed September 16, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

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