Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 302, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 19, 1917 Page: 6 of 14
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TULSA DAILY WORLD THURSDAY JULY 19 1917
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-IIHCl'. I V. K. lljd..ii ami Mm. Iian Hunt
I Hi'f rhutieroris nf the i.Hrtv wliirh in-
nderfu! Mr ;inj Mr tif.; Webb. Mr.
healing i . Mrs ;UK.n. K. Mrs. IS'itli
9 r.no.I . lif.-r 1;ih v
he.-tMh pr". r'. ii 4 i.r-.'l
I i..w.'r. H'-inni' n s.ivh: "A m-rry I
I heart 'I'.tth Vf"'l Ilk. it in.-'ll- I
I t In.-" A miirv hetrt urn! a I
n.crrv . i r. i: a ti . e tok'.-iher I
I I.. r Wiley t
Tli. f -iil.'inliir r..r Tlmf-Mlur
Mlf- I hi K'llmi entertain n KUzabeth
honor of Mo Muri" Kirinr.
Tl M:se Hat': and I'.. Ill Hand
arc hoi '-r k 1 1 e t h r. f pi.-nir party
li.w.-v. Mi.-s.m l!f..i Hu.lH.in. Mary
Ii.-lnncy. lluth Kltpatm k. lie-sie Cre.
mum. lb-leu I'elanot. Vivian KulKhum
.luln-ite Hum I... u"H. i aii-oiK. Kayrtne
rmreirin. I'l.i K'Imo Naomi I'on-
nora Amelia liroa.-h. Mildred Shields
Hl-n Thtirinan Margaret Mci'laln
McJuiikin Hulah r'ag:in.
Sybil l-Mitli Ko'.i.n i.f Kurt Smith.
MllacUx Vhi brouch i.f Kaunas City;
j.M.rn. Woodruff William ltohert
Hu.lMon. I-tT t'urie I'arker itol.ert-
Small l oo. Ii.-oti. nun. Waller Kok'th Francis Impey.
ISS (ir.-u-e M u"li-k entertained . John SI. .an. Thorna- luitkett. lion Ker-
wnh n pretty luncheon nt wnli h ' brarh. fleoige Srnlih. Noel r'ahne-
haif a dozen r.t her friend v.(.ri.i ""-k. Franklin Ashl.y. Oorgo Keeves.
guest v.. r..v afternoon at T-a !!H" M" "rnilck. Jack Ilan.ork . Ken-
fup Inn MiNti Margaret Smith of "flH l'rr'. Kobert Iehus. ll-n I'hai-
Kansas City vu honoree f the sf j 1""-i"t lierry. Kverett Woods
ternoon. the plea-one of winch wan I Harlan WelnT. James 1'il. e. Krank
rntinileil nut w ith a matinee part v Kerst.-tter. All.ert TwIb!. Hdlund
to the niuviiiK pi. ture theater rnuri UriiHrh Jariieu Murdock Iian Hunt
were laid in ad'liMon to th"e i.f the.an.l iMiward SlnehlH
nnntea and hmi..re. f.r .Mr Krfna
Hiirvev Mra Frank
M lan Terre.i Shi.-
Mra riavlnirn Mil. h!l will le h..nt-
e to memher nf the San Snurl rluh
TI. Vl .u.u II.. .. ..
a.i i.i."i .....i.-iril and lieth Hundley three
viiini; l.sltiiiK malila frnm 1'onoa City
who are himu i.f the Mi-wen Orel In
Hruwn und Juan Hardnian ehared In
th! liunoia of the pretty hou lUnre
with v hlrh Mik Cerellu entertuinud
lant evening in the home of her liar-
I run. Mr. and Mn. Al Hruwn In Murn.
The hrlilen friend In thla city will 'ilia-aid. Moth th hoim Hnd veranda
he intereMed In the f.dlowinn rli.pnK j were turned over to the dani'em for
from the .loplln cilohe of We. Inrcd. iv: jthe evenlng'a nayetlea whlrh Included
ir. r.. t. wood and Misa Leah the nervine of an Ire. rourie to M !..
Pare aave a 1 o'rlork lnnoheon ui
the Connor hotel In Joplln yeaterday
In honor of MIhr (irac e Webh of Wclih
''Ity who Is In Ii- married totilifht to
Ir. O. Cl KnemmerllriK of Joplln. The
(fueeta of the luncheon were the
mother of th hrlde to-lie. Mm K T
Wehb; arandmother. Mm. T. J. Cor-
peny; .Mradainea .1 Warren Sandira
of Tulaa I'kla. H Mcl'tieraon of
Kanaiui City mint of the I. ride: Mr
W. A. I.ynott and the orldemiml.lK.
Miai-a Horntliy Honxton of Malta
Ilend Mo. Alice llliick of Oklahoma
(live llranl of Chilllcothe Mo and
Hose Irlend. Lillian K.itcun Joan
Hardman. h'lorence Kvana Ixirraa
Mrt'onnell Marian ..VcCllntork Mary
I'm i. in. I ii .'i l'uriuha i aon Kllzuheth
Kramer. Stella r ariihuraon Clara
Kramer. Kathleen Hrennan Mary
'ii n nl ii k ha in Imrothy W'eher Mary
McCormick. Imrothy ('line Mary
Moroney; Mnstera tJurol McCulloiiKh
John 1'urrowa l'wia Mleiih Kenneth
McCulloiiKh. rierpont ihurnian
Hany Kilend lie Vere McConnell
Heir Itlc. Walter Ciirran William
lylixt William Frederick Walter
Moran I'uul llienmin. Harold Hruwn
Mra. Mac Hupp a younc hrlde of
the aeason. who waa Miss Anna
Itrl.eerii Lewla of Moherly. Mo The I and Hu.nl McCoinilrk
hrlilc malilH are collen frlenda of
M I km Weldi. Mra. Sandirs will lie
matron of honor at the ueddliiic. and
Mpa VI' A 1 . ...... ...Ill ........l.n
ora .n. A rehearsal of the weddlUK I '"-ri"" '"f"r1' '" r 'narrlKe In June
ceremonv waa held laat nlKht at the ! w "' her pretty new home
Central Methodlat church Kollowin for th flrst tl"lt' VirAny morning
the ruhearaal a toV of the inlniiiK ! w""n "nn "'''I"I'1 Blrla "f the
dtHtnct wna made InViiitomol ilea The N"''""il tlul' aeveial uddlllonul
Itev. It. N. Allen of lxlimton. Mo.
will perform the rereinony at 8
Sequoynh cltih memhern were hoata
of a pleasant Impromptu diun ii Tues-
I : 1
II l ' Ml- I 1
rv. . hi
fricnils at curds. Five tul.lc of lnMne
were played with the prize of Hi 1 k
lingerie Kolng to Mlsa Helen Delaney.
Luncheon was served at the card ta-
hles each decoriiied In Husscl roaea.
Miss Itmle Marie Marr and MIkh Kuth
Hanlcy UHNiHte I the hoatesa. In addi-
tion to the cluh mi'inheiH the follow-
ing matrons and kIi'Ih were guesta:
Mrs. Harold Mucin Mra. Hohart llaw-
aon anil thn MIhkch Juliette Hunt
KlUulicth Mcjunkin N'lvian Lro and
Alice Walter of Toledo Ohio.
1. 1 m
Our attention haa been called to
the duet kicked up by J'oke Kazley'a '
tall yellow hoiae. This ought not to I
he tollerated l.y the truvellng puhllcj
and no doubt would not but It don't I
lnterrere with anybody much ux
I'oke la alwaya away behind every-
Horn Ho.'ha our genial liluckamlth
l glad cowa go barefooted.
A deaf and dumb man waa In our
nildat for a while this week trying
t i collect tho first Installment on a
lot of volumea of clamtlc!). I tax Har-
low who la a cloao ohaerver of
human nature says the fellow looks
ndichty like the talkative book-agent
that came thru here a ahort time ago
celling th hooka.
end of the week overland for I'ltta-
Mrs. Charles I). F. O'Hcrn nnd baby
son left yesterday for Buffalo N. Y.
where they will pans the remainder of
the warm season. Doctor U'llern will
Join his family In August.
Pr. and Mrs. Hobs W. flro-mhart and
children and MIkh Kllzabeth Hrown
are sojourning In the Ozarka near
Noel Mo. where they motored luat
Dr. and Mrs. Harry D. Murdock aiU
children expect to motor to their for
mer home In Wisconsin some time
during the month of August.
Miss Helen Wooilard of I'onca City
la the guest of Mikk Joan Hardman
In the home of Misa Joan's parent
Mr. and .Mrs. r. A. Hardman.
Mrs. Norman Hull haa returned
from a three weeks' visit to relatives
In Wheeling W. V.I. und In Washington.
Mrs. Allen Karr h aves this morning
for a visit In Kmporln Kan. en route
to Colorado where she will spend the
remainder of the warm season.
Mr. ntid Mrs. John J. I-arkln left
al the firsi of the week In their car
'or n motor trip to Cleveland and
Mrs. Hubbard Itudlslll entertained
half a dor.en guests with a mntlnee
party Tuesday afternoon to make
pleasant the visit of Mrs. V. I'. Owen
of Springfield Mo. formerly u resi-
dent ot 'I'u I .a to old friends In this
city. The nftiinoon at the vaudeville
theater was rollout. I by the Helving of
refreshments lit the Superior tearoom.
The Aid society of tho Inlted
I'reshyterlan church will meet Thills
day afteinoon at the home of Mrs.
It. S. Sloan In Kendall The women
will go out In the early ufteri n.
taKIng with them a picnic supper
which Is to be served upon the ni- Mr. mill Mrs. Theodore C.x and son
rival of their husbands and families Stearns will motor to Colorado next
Miss Marie Carpenter left on
Wednesday for a month's visit with
relatives in I'lttsburgh I'a.
Mr .and Mrs. Floyd J. Hradford
and two sons are spending a week In
I 'in -kersburg V. Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Hoy (Ictman have re
turned from a several days' stay In
1 tiltUy BMiatptlf.
I i.-J r. a dilative
ar.rnt f.T all external
Skin tiouV.u-ji. (xjncrula
cn.i iciiuvs unnatural
color. Mr.il for correcting
Srnd 10c. tr Trial Silt '
KKRD. T. IIOI'KINS & SON. New Ymk
in the evening.
Mr. and Mrs F. V Hlirglns. Mrs.
J. S. llo:i;ius Mis. C. I-: ll.irgher and
Miss J..chlnc lllgglns will have nt
the fust of next w.ck on a motor trip
to Colorado. At Wichita they will bo
Joined by Mr. Harry Hiiigins who is
to accompany Hie parly.
Mr Fred I'. Misener and daughters
the Misses i '.encvicve and Lillian Mise-
ner. accompanied by the children's
mint and miimii. Mrs. IV A DeWItt und
Miss Mary DeWItt will leave nt th
Infants and Invalids
Rich milk malted grain in powder form.
For infants invulidstodgrowing children.
Pure nutrition upbuilding lit whole body.
Invigorates nursing mothers tad the aged.
More nutritious than tea coffee etc.
Instantly prepared. Hequires no cooking.
Substitute Cost YOU Same Price.
Last lion in Late Shift
Music SHcials at
BOl El' VlllVS-15c
I'li-lin In (New)
When It's All Over
Ain't You Coming Hack to Dixie-
land? A Jolson number.
There's Someone More Lonesome
foui.lbye Dear. (New)
How Can Any Little. i ill bo (iood?
Daiktowu Strutters' Hall
M l S S I S S l-l' I'-I
Instruction Hooks How to tuno
snd play the I'kulel and Ha-
waiian Steel (tuitar.
I'lione 113. 621 South Mala
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Leslie have ns
their t'u.-st Mr. I eslic's mother Mrs. j
J. I'. Leslie of Sherman Texaa. j
Mr and Mrs Kdwnrd D. Avery will'
Irnve late In the month f..r l'i nnsyl- I
anli to visit home-folk.
Menus for a Day.
(Tulsa Morning World)
I '. It HA K FAST
Cereal and cream
Faked bread and cheese
Lima bean croiiieties (leftover)
Sliced mutton warmed In caper snuce
I Kuked toiiuitova String beans
(ioing to olormlo?
Toil will find the Tula Dally World
on sale at the following newsstands:
I H. H Hell and llungalow Nws Stand
i Colorado Springs; Harry C.oldlo ami
Spitz News Co. Manltou: Spitz News
Co.. Friedman News Co.. Wltknis News
J Stand and S. Wldom. Denver.
Silks and Wash Waists Wash
Skirts Wash Dresses Summer Millinery
Today Friday and Saturday
Every good housekeeper cleans house some time during the year. The Lewkowitz
Store does likewise. This is our time for a "CLEAN SWEEP" of all wash garments
SILK AND WASH WAISTS
An assortment of slightly soiled
white and colored wash waists;
mostly short sleeves; values $1 and
$1.25. Clean Sweep sale OfT
A small assortment ot slightly aoiled
middy blouses made of extra heavy
quality material; regular 11.50 value.
Clean Eweep Bale
Assorted lot of white wash walstB.
All this season's styles slightly
mussed from display; valuea to 12
Clean Sweep sale
$2.50 AND $3 WAISTS AT $1J8
10 dozen assorted white and fancy woven striped organdy and voile shirtwaists. A lot we
bought under value from one of the best shirtwaist manufacturers in the east; values from
$2.50 to $3. Clean Sweep Ji yQ
$3.50 AND $4 WAISTS AT $1M
15 dozen assorted finest quality white organdy white voile and fancy satin striped voile waists.
Plain tailored lace trimmed and embroidered models; all sizes from 36 to 46 values; $3.50 and
$4. Clean Sweep sale 95
Assorted lot of white and flesh silk crepe de chine waists; sizes from 36 to 46. Qp
Clean Sweep sale price I)X7t)
5 dozen white and flesh tub silk waists made with large lace trimmed 6ailor collars sizes 36
to 46; $2.50 values. Clean Sweep (J- f(
sale price pXOt
25 dozen assorted extra good quality crepe de chene waists; colors flesh and white. Made in this
season's best styles; sizes 36 to 46; $3.50 to $4 values. (Trt 4 Q
Clean Sweep sale price ; J)t:0
30 GEORGETTE WAISTS AT $2J9S
10 dozen embroidered flesh and white georgette shirt waists in the season's best styles; sizes
36 to 46; regular $4.50 value. (tfO QQ
Clean Sweep sale price t)UO
rrr i :
10 dozen White Itepp Wash Skirts made with two pockets
and belt; sizes 24 to 30 waiats; regular $1.60 HCkn
vulue. Clean sweep sale price I tC
$5.(111 TO M.50 WASH SKIRTS 13.48.
Included at this price you will find fine Gabardines and
Kajicy White Skirtings that have been selling from $S.OO
to $6.00. Your choice at the clean sweep sale (TQ AO
Assorted lot of white gabardine English cord corduroy and
damask atripe Wash Skirts made with large patch and
trouser pockets; values In this lot lip to $4.00. QQ
Clean sweep sale price JpAaaO
7.f0 TO $10 WASH SKIKTS AT $4. OS
At this price we include all Wash Skirts of Imported ma-
terials; also alt hand-embroidered Skirts vulue ( 1 fQ
up to $10.00. Clean aweep sale price u)4et0
Our entire stock' of white and colored voiles and organdy dresses has been divided into two lots
for this Clean Sweep sale.
Lot No. 1 includes all white and colored Wash (J- Qf i I.ot No. 2 Includes white and colored Wash (Tf) ff
Dresses up to $5.00. Clean sweep sale price. . . . 5JLi0 Dresses worth up to $10. Clean sweep Sale price. . $jLi)t)
$15 SUMMER SUITS AT $4M
Assorted lot Cool Cloth Palm Beach and Silver Bloom suits sizes 14 16 18 36 40 42; values
irom $i.ou to Liean sweep
Final Clean Sueep Sale of Millinery
An even 87 trimmed hats to close out this week including all Gold Medal pattern hats white and
colored hats in Milans Hemps Panamas satins and georgettes ribbon and flower trimmed; values
from $5 to $12.50. Clean Sweep ' (Tq rvQ
sale price $18 $2J$ ana JpO.tO
SECOND FLOOR ROMNSOX ARCADE BUILDING
THIRD AND MAIN PHONE 5806
"VOl' ( AX Ill Y tiii: samf. GARMENT FOR I.l-SS ITSTAIRS"
AFF1I.1ATF.S WITH V. S. CIIAMIllJt
Miami (Vinimrnv Commercial Club
Joins National llody.
' .Sprrinl to The World.
Ill 1M ..l-l.. t . . i a n. . ...
.iiii.oi. .-am. juiy i. i ne Miami
iiusiness Men's league has now afflll-
is known as
will prove interesting and profitable if you
patronize this big market.
at very reasonable prices and you save the cost
of delivery service.
Let our cooked meat department supply your
lunch this hot weather.
Ilaked Veal Loaf lb SOo
Nice large. Juicy Frankfurters
Minced Luncheon Lonf lb. 2ftc
Wafer Siloed Dried Href half
Italian Luncheon Loaf lb. Sou
Breast of Lamb fine for stew-
ing lb 22a
ltreast of Veal lb no-
Ground Heef fine for Hamhur.
ger or Loaf lb 22o
(iround V'eiil from the choicest
pieces of Veal lb 2Ac
The 'Daily Horoscope
(Copyright. 1V17 br tho MrClurt Mews- j
I paper r'Toilitsto.) I
I "The stars incline but do not I
i.-. ........ ....---4
Thursday July 10. 1BIT.
This is a doubtful dav with Jupiter.
ated with tho National Chamher of' Mercury and Venus all in beneflo aa-
('oinnicrce association of the I'nlted ! Vec while Saturn Neptune L'ranua
Klines. ir. . i.. .Mi' imams has " ""cm.
hem elected aa nntlonal councillor to I'nder thla rule of thn atari miaap-
- take un all matters between iii. prehensions and mlsiudBments are en.
I Miami organization and the national I couraced. It Is exceedlnRly bad for
' oiKanliatlon. The Mlnml huslneis those who are in positions of autn-
j men belle that they will get a larne or"y- . .
i amount Jf help from the national as- 'l '''0wih of susiuclon criticism or me
soclatlon In the way of Ideas and mi
Kcsttona and helps aloiiK the lines of
civic and city Improvement and bet-
terment of all kinds.
fio to Owasso Iake. flood bathlnir.
bnatliiR flshliiR; clean water fed by
natural springs. Adv.
Now Jobhfiur IIoiip.
Spefial to Tho World.
MIAMI Okhi.. July 18 Miami will
soon have a wholesale itrocery estab-
llshnient barked by home business
men. A hulldlnK already In course of
construction has been leased and tho
company will open for bustness as
soon no the hulldliis" is finished. The
company haa also purchased a loca-
tion near tho FrlKO and M. O. A Q.
tracks where thoy will build a lariie
warehouse In tho near future.
F.mlHT.lonicnt of Iti.OOO C'liantrtl.
KAST ST. I.Dl'IS. July 18. Stephen
T. 1-epaR-e former treasurer of the
outlying school districts of Kutl St.
Ixiuls. has been arrested on Indict
menta chara-lna: embeizlement of f 42.-
000 In ichoo) fundi.
aovernment nnd labor difficulties
air.Un are presaged. 0
This should be a fairly lucky day
for bankers and brokers but specu-
lation will he most unfortunate.
lawyers come Into an Influence that
aeetna to presaxe new lines of activity
in which (treat competition will be en-
countered This Is a lucky wedding- day and It
Is favorable for all social entertain-
ments where men and women meet.
Mercury Is In a place that appears
to promise that newspapers will be
successful In their best alms. Free-
dom of the preaa will be Maintained
the seers predict but not until a
period of uncertainty prevails ana
public sentiment dictates.
power that in its best effects produces
an extraordinary susceptibility to
In thl. connection It Is prophesied
that "sinna and wonders" will take
place on the battlefields.
The stars appear to promise a won-
derful growth In democracy In the
sense that all social and radical lines
are leveled In the I'nlted States.
I'ersona whose blrthdate It Is may
nuve the auBur- of disiumolntmentH in
business but perseverance will brlna:
Children born on this day are likely
to be thoughtful Hnd trustworthy.
They usually succeed thru their
Aim' OKAItk "IT-n)FJl' I'LAXNKI)
Cutler Surceetls Pratt.
WASHINGTON July 1. Dr. Ed
ward K. Pratt who resigned last
nlnht ai chief of the bureau of for-
eign and domestic commerce at the
tequest or hecretary Kedfleld waa
aucceeded today by Burwell 8. Cutler
first assistant chief who will serve
until a permanent appointment la
made. Mr. Cutler Is a Huffalo manu-
facturer who came to Washington at
the outbreak of the war with Ger-
many to offer Mb service! to the
Day Conohca for Soldiers.
WASHINGTON July 18. Day
coachea will be used for movinv th
Actors and actresses should make PP.r nnrt nt the natinnni o-nnr.t n
the most of thli configuration which j cuml8 ln tne iouln. Reports to the
is read as prom sing the bcginlng ofi..r d...rmen indicated that m.n-
new era for the state In America.
The growth of froe theaters la pro-
phesied and a philanthropist will gain
fame and love by a novel experiment.
Warning Is given of a sudden
change of sentiment on certain ques-
tions and much troublo thru treason-
able acts and utterancea.
Uranui continue! to exercise a
plies are being mobilized satisfactorily
at state depots.
Dclhano Kuivortls Triangt
ROME. July 18 Vlee-Admlral Del-
bono haa been appointed minister of
marine to succeed Vice-Adiulrai Ar-
Tut-Off Favoml for Iktipflt of South-
ern Tourists to Rockies.
Special to Tho World.
BLANCH A ItD Okla.. July 8. -
(instruction of a branch of the
Ozark Trail from Oklahoma City to
ningllng by way of Mlanohard Llnd-
lay and towns In the oil fields Is con
templated by officials of the Ozark
Trail aasoclatlon. Floyd Thompson
vice-president for Oklahoma of the
association and chairman of the
Ofiark Trails committee of the Okla-
hommCity chamber of commcrce.drove
over a part or the route this week.
He Is enthusiastic ovpx the project.
"There la no doufd that the Cana-
dian bridge at Newalla will be built
right away" said Mr. Thompson "nnrt
that establishes the feasibility of a
route soiun irom Oklahoma City. We
probably will aelect several parallel
preliminary routes and then mark
that which aeema to be the best."
During the months of
July and August we will
close our store at noon
Oklahoma Paint &
Wall Paper Co.
23 West Third St
Former TuIhiui at Clureniore.
8pecil to The World.
CLAHEMOItE Okla.. July 18.
K. E. Ixiuderback. division commercial
manager of the Wester Union Tele-
graph company who makes his head-
quarters at Oklahoma (Ity waa In
Clnremore today superintending tha
remodeling of tho local office. He
jay! Claromore is to have a Western
I nlon office of which the town may
well be proud.
WORLD'S GREATEST MOTOR TOUR
ALONG THE FAMOUS CODY ROAD
"The world s moat wonderful 00 miles"
U how tourist! describe the great Cody
Kod the new motor highway through
thi gigantic Canyon of the Shoshone Riv-
er andxiver beautiful Sylvan Pus in Yel-
lowstone National Park.
You who hive not toured the new Cody
Road cannot appreciate Yellowstone.
Make the Cody Road tour the feature of
your vacation this year. Enter the Park
at the Cody Gateway. Then tour Yel-
lowstone. See the wonderful Canyons th
Hot 6pnngi the Qejrier-leavin at the
The Burlington the National Park Line
vVil""1 N'ionl Pk tour takini
Xdlo;5u!M Ntional Park (Cody
Road). GUcier National Park Rocky
Mountain National-Estei Park and other
PoinU in Colorado all on one ticket. Thil
ii the biggest vacation bargain on thi map
today. Long return limiu-liberal itop-
overt diverse routes.
Say when yoo expect to start how many
7ur PftJT "d let me point out tha
delight! the Burhngton Wn-1 National
Park Tour offen.-lTuvt free descriptive
teraluon giT 7u all tha in-
' Je.1''111. Trawling TH. ud Pail
it- 701 W slaut strict Staus City Me.
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