Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 302, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 19, 1917 Page: 7 of 14
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TULSA DAILY WORLD THURSDAY JULY 19 1917
CONTINUE RECORD RUN
Five New Petitions Filed Yes-
terday and Three De-
crees Were Granted.
After breaking all recent record
for divorce proceeding" Tuesday Old
Man (ileum came buck yesterday with
a Htronic follow-up composed of live
new HuitH for divorce filed unrt three
decrees granted. Three decrees were
grunted Tuesday three camH were set-
tled und five suits filed.
Leading the lint wan MrH. CI race
Chlsholm who filed suit in Hiiperlor
court for divorce from her husband
lmvls Chlsholm whom she charges
with ndultery. Clracc JiickHon of Jop-
1 i tl. Mo. Ih named iih co-reHpondent.
Mr. and Mm. Chlsholm were married
Ht Vlnlla May 12 1 a 1 7. at which time
Mrs. Chlsholm was under age.
Asks Itlg Alimony.
Claiming that her hiiHhand hag
property valued at $35000. Mm.
Mrs. Chlxholm asks alimony In the
sum of $25000. The cuse was taken
Into court yesterday for the purpose
of obtaining temporary alimony which
the court Kranted.
Chancing that his wife Is using her
alimony money to buy lm 11 room re-
galia Instead of supporting her two
children Joseph N. I'errlne entered
superior court for some redress In the
matter. They have been divorced
Will Brown Instituted suit in au-
Vtvv of liargr.
Any . adult suffering from cough
cold or bronchitis Ui invited to call at
the-Quaker DruK store and get abso-
lutely free a sample bottle of
ltoxhec's (ierman Syrup a soothing
and healing remedy for all Inns'
troubles which has a successful
record of fifty years (lives the patient
a good night's rest free from cough-
ing with free expectoration In the
Regular sizes 23 and 75 cents. For
sale In all civilized countries. Adv.
perlor court to gain a divorce from
(lertrude Itrown whom he married In
iuo at Mirevcport 1m.
It tl t hi Lew now rpirreta kiivlncr tnnf.
rled Isaac Levy In 1815 and asked the
superior court yesterday to annul the
inurriage vows. Abandonment Is
cluimed as grounds for divorce.
Claiming desertion Hubert V. Carr
filed suit in district court for separa-
tion from Hose A. Carr. They were
married in mil at Atlantic Iowa.
In the matter of decrees Judge M.
A. llrecklnrldge turned the tubles on
Mark Kinney who was suing for di-
vorce from MaifiHe Klnnov mwl ren
dered his decision entirely in favor of
F. 1". Wells wus given a divorce from
Kellah Wells In suuerlor eoort .In.li-o
Conn I.inn annulled the marriage vows
oi .viariiiei ward and Floyd Ward.
'HAVE YOU SEEN MY MAMA?'
IS WHAT MAY GARRET ASKS
Five. Year-Old Tulsim ltctuniH From
IIolMirt and Fails to Find
"Have you seen my mama?" asked
a brown-eyed tearful miss of 6 as
she wandered about the station plat-
form making diligent search for that
delinquent parent last nlgbt. tfhe
was May Ciarret who had arrived
from Hnbert on the 6:20 Frisco train.
May has been on a visit to Hobart
for several weeks and says that two
days ago friends in Hobart wrote to
her mother that she was coming home
and asked her to meet the child.
Kvldently the mother failed to get
the letter for the little girlie arrived
In the city "on her own."
Khe suld her mqlher's name Is
Sallle Oarret and. that she works in
a Tulsa department store and that
they used to live at Sand Springs but
she doesn't know where they live
Mrs. Hickman at the Halvatlon
army and Miss Anne Kvans are tak-
ing care of her. Information as to
the child's mother should be tele-
phoned to Salvation army headquarters.
CITY AND COUNTRY IS
THRILLED BY SHOWERS
After Weeks of Pessimistic
Parching Tulsans Receive
Bounty From Clouds.
After weeks and weeks of gruelling
drouth after the city and county
were reduced to a suffering mass by
the sweltering rays of the sun. after
It hud begun to look as tho It wasn't
going to rain any more the rain came
And It was some rain. Heralded by
a gust of wind and a flash of light-
ning a good old-time drenching rain-
storm descended upon the city about
S o'clock soaking and soothing the
burnt roofs of the city washing the
long collected debris from the surface
of tho earth and washing the air of
Its terrific humidity.
Altho the electrlral demonstration
was pronounced no damage had been
reported In Tulsa up to a late hour
i last night. It Is probable that the
; tank farms In the oil dlstrirt will suf-
i fir. while the farmer with Ills po-
! tatoes and his corn exults.
The temperature during the day
reached 96 with prospects for better
records soon hut the old rain has
curbed the malicious activities of the
thermometer for the time being.
OKLAHOMA BOY IS PROMOTED
World Wanhlnatnn Hiirrmi.
704 MMrnpnlitan Hank Itniliiliif .
VAKHIXUTOX. July 18 Vavne
Horton sergeant In Company C ilrst
Mnfantry. Oklahoma National guard
has been appointed second lieutenant
In the tegular- army according to of-
ficial announcement from the war de-
partment today. Horton will be as-
signed to tho Forty-Klghth Infantry
one of -the new regiments being or-
ganized at Syracuse X. Y.
?Y" PLANS PARKING SPACE
Will I'rotluV for Victims of Congestion
In IHiwntown District.
Taking cognizance of the congested '
truffle conditions in certain parts of'
the business district due to extensive!
building activities tho Young Men's
Christian association will utilise Its
property back of tho association
building as a parking space.
The site is situated between Third
ami Fourth on Cincinnati and has an:
entrance both from tho street and a
paved alley. Tho ground has been
leveled and will "be covered with chat i
I'osts will be used to divide the space
Into stalls. !
liy this arrangement business men I
who are unable to find parking'
spaces for their cars In front of their
buildings can have a regular stall fori
their curs during the day. A nominal;
fco will be charged.
POST OFFICE OCCUPIES
NEW BUILDING MONDAY
$300000 Structure Practically
Completed ; Accommoda-
I AM TBEPARED TO GIVE YOU
Senimn Rurtrrum Va-'in and any an4
all forms of treatment of this charar-
tor. I am thoroughly familiar with
them and their tinea.
FUT TOUR CARE VP TO ME
You will appreciate CONSC1KNTIOU8
and HKILI-KI L tn-mttnmt. Kuch treat
in on t ia what you will have to have
cKinrr later and the suonvr you K-t it
You will find my fees reasonable and
you may arrange to pay mine as con-
vrnieiit. I simply want to ihnw twry suffering
man whone conditions in amenable to
prepert tri-atnifnt tliat I ran restore him
to h-alth and utriMicth. The strong robust
nan is never handicapped : he pa men the
weakling at every turn in the rare of
life. Call for free consultation.
Are you Weak
Nervous and Dis-
eased? Have you
about deridtd to
give up in da
nothing more can
In- done fur you I
If Mich is the
rase Do Not Give
Up. Cmne and
have a Social
Chat with me.
.M y Consultation
Tree and utriMlv
an t xiiininntion
c o n v I n res me.
your rase ia
hopi'li'sx 1 will
ftankly tell you
so as I do not
arrrpt fr treat
menl rape that
I do mil belit've
I can benefit.
Formerly reiiilrnt phv- '
llrim of HOT
HI'hMNUH. ARK . tlia
KHT HK.U.TI1 UK-HURT.
Can van ask 'r anything lairerl My
CHAKliKS are rr.iilili' and natinfac-
tory nrruiik'i'i''ntft ran alwava lip inaile
for' tho puymnt of the aiune. thirdly
plarinir my' aervira within lha reach of
all anlfiTf rn. H.inrml'iT I am a HKIil.'-
l.H (HtAIr.VI i: ami I.UTSSKII PHY-
SICIAN and THKAT ALL I'ATIKNTS
MYSKLP and eah and rvrry linn' yu
rail you HhK mi- PK.KSONALLY tli"-
liy ffmng you the hi-nafit of my many
riar' rii'rienra in lliia uprrial line.
11 v bfnt rcfcrinra la flhn fa-t that I
lia've a large ntimhcr of rrtiahla and aatia-
fifd iatienta. I am hroadly eirlen-l
and I'ormauenlly Inraled. l'hia alnne ia
an aaktirame lo all patlrnla railing that
thev are ooimulline a hipt-talut that ia
palahlirhRd and that dora nit hilonj to
the namo-chanKinf fly hy niitht rla
When aufferlnr from KrKCIFIP
PI.tKlll rlMKA.sKH with nh-eratiun of the
mouth. Ihruat or tongue. rali oier the
hody. loan no time in eonaullinc me. I
ue the aenuiue l'rof. Khrllrh a remrdy
(imiorteil frem llermanv) and adiniuia-
tor the aame to you rinht In my offire;
no OtilN'll to the HUHHTAL. no LOHS
of TI1IK. aa you tan o home immedi-
ately afler the treatment. Remember
that tlna remedy relleirea the wrt form
et thia di.eaae In either the 1'KI.MAKY
jsKlOMlAKY OK TKFTJAKY alalea.
STOMACH ronditiona COATKD
TONtil'K. eerverted Arl'K.TITK OASKS
raualKK a Kt'LLNFHH and DISTRESS
after KAT1NO. heartburn palpitation
dtxrtneaa and other eonirttiona of atom-
eh re.pei'd iiiliklv to my treatment.
VARICOSE (Knotted Hernial Velna)
with a heavy dramrliiir feelinf and pain
an veil aa nerve weakneaa reipnnd to
mr treatment at enee.
CONDITIONS of the urinary eanal
diM'hartfea. aoreneaa and all amartlnf
bnminic and acaldiu aympMmia atupped
onirklv. ... i
OBSTRUCTION of tha nrlnary eanal
and all araldinit and Interruption to flow
of urine and atrieture. aa wall aa In-
flammation of the bladder and proitata.
are treated by me without a eultlnj oper-
ation. I ua cataphoric eleetrleal treat-
ment in theta cjaea and reaulta ar truly
WEAK MEH ara yon larklnif In tha
Vim Vior-and Nerya poww that Na-
ture' Intended for every man! Ara yoo
loaint your itaf atrengthf Ara )ro
d( .ondent If aoN aee ma at onca.
BLADDER and kidney diaeaaea fr-
onent urination. dlturhlnt your nirht a
aleep; pain in bafk and lolna depoalt in
urine are all conquered by my ayatem o
treatment. ... . .
HYDROCELE or try awellinf. tender
nem or impedimenta of tha parta ir
treated by modern tnethoda. .
RECTAL diaeaaea fiaaurea flatnla or
other reelal ronditiona ara treated with-
out euttina. .
ULCERS dua to an Infection or tb
remit of a fever or from broken "t
elna are tiealed In the ahorteat poaaihl
time ot better mathoda.
RHEUMATISM In I1 a torma.
well aa enlarged and atiffene Jolnta
reepond prouaplly n.f treatment.
HOURS: 9 a. .-to S p. m. iaUj.
daji and Holldaya It It .
DR. STOTTS Specialist
111 '4 teatk Boaton At. Tula Oklav
(OTtr Puriuo Cae.)
I YMirtern-tiMIiie Shot.
AIjIIAN V N. Y July 1 8. The
chances are about fiiurtrsen-to-one
aKaltiHt any Individual whn ret-intered
in New York on Juno 6 beliiK drawn
for the Keleetlve army tt wan nn-
nnunreil today at the office of Adju-tant-fleneral
f'lirixtiHii Si'li'iilUt DlfK.
KTUM iKI.Y.N Mans . July 18.
Arclillmld Mrl.ellun SO years old an
editor of flirlstlan Science ieriool-
ralH ar.d an officer of the Klrnt
Church of Christ' HclentiKt died mid-
denly today. He wax editor-ln-chi;f
of the Christian Sclenco .Monitor from
I'JOK to 1914.
'?THE BELOVED ADVENTURESS"
A very rcnmrkalile display of the latest fashions In (towns Miss tionlon
wears u tllffcrent (.' n for every scene.
.M M I 1)1 MC10 ll:i: 2:SO 2 .1:30 5 :80 8 l:0.
JLVTIXF.K 10e. KVKMXB I Be. (IIIMKi: 5c.
3 DATS ItlX.INMNti SI X DAY KVKXIXH
Richard C. Iravers
riie noted MTeen lr will appear In iiersoit mill make an address at each
IsirforniaiKx' tlaily Keo him on the screen and IIhmi see him In M-rson.
Annonneement wan made yes-teiday
! K. It Johnaon mwlstunt potitniiiH-
ter. that tho Titian post office will
open for IiuhIiichh In ltd new $300000
quarter Monday mornltiK. Kipilpnient
of the office will he moved Sunday
and niailH will be only slightly le-
lned. Woil.nien on the new structure
which ia at Third and ltoulder have
completed their operation on tho
main floor which in to he occupied
by the poet office. Only a few minor
touches remain to be made before
the nuiirtein are cleaned up to receive
The fecond floor Ih not entirely
completed and poHsnsalon probably
will be delayed for a few days. The
upper lloor Is to be used by the
I nltcl States marshal I'nlted States
court Army and Navy recruiitiiK sta-
tioim Indian aK'Ctit post office Inspec-
tor and other KovermiK nt officials.
Now that the post office proper Is
f'li'nlslied and tendy for nccupanuy
It Is readily evident that the new
building Is grossly inadeipmte beiiiK
deslRned to fit the needs of TiiIhk
two years iiro instead of Its doubled
demands at the present time.
After living 'n hopes for more than
a year that the new post office would
at least provide boxes for the de-
mand business men will be disap-
pointed t learn that there are only
one 'f indred more boxes in the new
bulldlnu than In the old stand.
More than two hundred applica-
tions already are on h: nd for boxes
In the local office and hundreds of
renters have doubled up on the boxes
In Anticipation of being able to obtain
separate accommodations In the new
si:i;ks t2.mo i kom m. o.
IVwar Wonnin ( lalins IVniiaiient In-
i I........ U'nw.L In I' U Kill!
Sierial to The World.
Ml'SKOC.KK July 18. Suit for
damages In the sum of $25000 was
i Instituted In the I'nlted States district
i court here today by Mrs. Sarah M.
'Albright of Dewar aKalnst the Mln-
.sourl Oklahoma (lulf llallroad
'Company. The plaintiff alleites she
; wa permanently injured last October
when a passenper train on which she
'wis rlilln.-f collided with a freight
14 KAST THIRD
Real Economies in Wanted Garments
$35 $40 $17 $50
Silk and Cloth Suits
The collection ia on sale
todqy not tomorrow. If
you would have best choice
Hhop early this morninjr.
Forty odd irnmients in
the lot; all new conserv-
ative styles well tailored.
Such as you "want for now
and the next few months
wear. Serges gaberdines
and poplins in navy tan
gray rose green gold
raspberry. One day's sell-
ing at $15
$20 $22.50 $25 $27 JO
Checks plain colors in
serges; a good collection
of colors anil sizes. One
day's selling at ....$9.75
A collection of lines
shantung silks Palm
licach cloths and many
odd garments of silk and
poplins; styles and kinds
for now wear; affording
splendid buying oppor-
tunity at $9.75
Silk Jersey Coai
Final reduction Kiwyser
silk coats many colors
nil sizes. Yu'll want
them for hutny weeks.
They are sensible service-
able and dressy.
$1 $U5 $lJi0 Middies
Closing out two hundred
garments in many styles.
The pricing is extremely
low; it is just a question
whether you want a new
x One-Day Sale of Cloth Coats
Here in a buying opportunity truly extraordinary: All cloth coats selling from
$20 to $27.f0 are priced today nt $10
All cloth coat3 priced at $30 to $50 nothJng excepted priced nt $15
More than 90 garments to select from all new good shades' correct styles. You
must buy today if you'd benefit by this wonderful offering.
NO AITHOVAI.S HKTUKN8 OH CHAHCK3
j At the Theaters 1
Solve the Housewife's Problems
Whatever the housewife may need for hot
weather meals soup fish sandwich dainties the
most delicate and varied of meat products substantial items
like pork and beans corn beef hash luncheon beef loaf and
jellied meats frankfurts peanut bujter salmon etc.
Armour provides in ready-to-serve package form all
delicious as to taste guaranteed as to quality and purity.
Armour' t Oval Label is your assur
ance offirtt quality. Ask your dealer
II. M. Mi KAY MT.
. 4 North Detroit.
I'lmnoa tOU :i.1t.
V ITIC THEATER V
Special Return Engagement ol
"A Tale of Two Cities"
By Charlet Dickens
A Historical Super De ' Luxe Photodrama Replete With Great Dramatic Moments.
11:80 1:15 4
:4S 7 :S0
NOTE If possible attend the matinee and avoid the
crowded conditions at the evening performances.
Children . So
JnmrB Kultiiii Mabel Clionlfl Co.
In tho cfiinerly sketch "(Mil llonodty"
lifiidH the new show opening at Mm
Kmpress toiliiy an cXi-ellent bill Kur-
roumllna: them from reports received
other arts lire The Mabel Komlu Trio
In a whirlninil novelty. The VIIIiiko
Four In eomedy ami harninny I'on
Sisters & Co. anil Herniird anil Mer-
rill In a HiiXHpliiine Binning ami ar-
rorilenn novelty. A new episode of
"I'enrl of the Army" will be shown.
Known will be Klven today at 2:30
7:15 unci ! p. m. Keats niny be re-
served for the 7:15 show by ealllmt
phone 31129. These Heats are held for
patrons till 7:45.
True to the old life Itself Is tho
nnelenl Ixinilon street whleh figures
Ihrgely as a selling for the tremendiiiiH
super dn luxe William Fox phutopluy
prndurtlDii. "A Tale of Two Cities"
In whieh William Fariium plays the
dual rule of Charles Darnay und Sid-
i'ven to (he roughly paved roadway
fringed with the pleturewiuo houses
of "yu olilen times" fidelity to iletull
is ixaet. one of tlvj dwellings a
typical Inn Is "The Nag's Head" nt-
inosphiTlc to a marked demee and
exactly us described by l'lckms. even
to the sign which warns all citizens
of the good town of lndon that
HtagVs for Hover leave at 10 and 2.
There Is the lid llnlley Mis Majesty's
pnol; hero Tollson's banking house;
over yonder SI. Cuthbert Lodge where
tho mellow traveler might wax a de-
gree or to mellower and roar with his
tankard of "musty." And over It ull
enveloping everything. Is the at-
mosphere which Iilckens pictures
scores of years ago tho old apple
woman with her little stand; the chll-
dten; riff raff of the streets; march-
ing soldiers In scarlet; brawling
Old Indon Itself come to life to
live again for Just a while upon tho
In response to numerous requests
by many satisfied patrons who had
the pleasure of witnessing "A Talo
of Two Cities" the Majestic theater
has managed to secure this film for
a return showing for one day only
In this day of features and super
dn luxo pictures It Is only the photo-
ploys of real merit that aro accorded
a return booking and this should be
sufficient reason for thoso who failed
to witness this play tho last time it
was here not to fail to see it today.
NKW VCdlK July 18. Hereafter
police court fines on tho east side lire
to be measured by pocketbooks ac-
cording to Magistrate Fuchs of tho
Kssex Market court who has made
fines of 25 cents and fid cents for
petty offenses a reality.
In T.ak Park riclon. Northern MinnMota.
whir thft f.nhiiiK in flna for mtiiraliotit;
baia and othr varietim. Haiitifu lakua
among tha binea. Iotf rabina. Ceutral din-
ing room uoud rati. Uouktcl.
A. G. IRWIN Dorset Minn.
Today and Friday
and an Excellent Lasky Cast
M lli;i: TIMI ll:.1il 12:4: :t.l.' 4:1(0 5:1.1. 7 H:l 0:311.
I'ltlt I :S 20 t llll.lKK ' (l)IMi: MATINKIC)
K.vri itu.w m ni:ii tai i i i:iu;o ix "ri;tit;Y the will o'
Tin: v isr."
COMIX. SUNDAY KOH THKKK DAYS "THK SLACKKIl". M'KCIAL
l'KODl"I'IO FFATlKIXti FMIIA STF.VKNS.
Kiirglcal DrrsNdis: In Demand.
Washington July 18. In response
to an urgent request of the allies fni
surgical dressings 1800 Ited Cross
chapters thruosH the country have
been requested by F.llot Wulnsworth
acting chairman to aond as soon lis
possible to the noivrcst collecting sta-
tion nil available stocks of gauxe
Oklahonians In Wasliliigton.
WAKIIINUTON July 18. J. C.
Rlmmons of Tulsa C. H. Anderson of
Oklahoma City and W. L. Carlyslo or
Ktlllwater are here. 1
Plctnraa sad VaudarlUs wlllwut Apolo-
Today Kaw TsndaTtlls and stctur
Oraat photoplay la atx parts.
TUB DUST Or EOiFT.
Don't Tall to Baa
Aarlal MoTtlty 4 othar acta.
Vaudanilo: :.10 4: SO T:30 9:90.
flctnras: 1:16 S:30 8:9.0. t:80.
Waak Day Matinooi 100
KUbta and Sunday 10 4 too.
P R E S
.Ml II I II. HAKMONY AM) (OM1DY
THE VILLAGE FOUR
IV A M.M.IVt; IH'HAIi KKIT
JAMES FULTON MABEL CHOATE & CO.
IS THK COMKIIV NOVKI.TY ")I.1 HOXI-STY"
LEON SISTERS AND COMPANY
AMK.IHCA'S HI-JMIFSKNTATIVK W1RK AHTISTS
BERNARD AND MERRITT
KAXOI'lIONK. KI.NtilNti ASH At ('OHI)IO.V I'LWIlltS
MABEL FONDA TRIO
IS A VIIIIUVIM XOVIXTY
NEW EPISODE "PEARL OF THE ARlvir"
SHOWS TODAY 2:30 7:13 AND 0 1. M.
MIOWINti .MAIUAS 8AIS IS THK THIUTKKNTII KI'ISODK OP
THE AMERICAN GIRL"
A Real WpkUtti KrrleH Fjii'h'a Coniplclc Story In Itself.
UNIVERSAL CURRENT EVENTS
"SOMK M'llSK" (JOKI.K C'OMKDY)
"BOX CAR Hl'I.Ij FAIJH IS I TCK" (COMKDY)
"IS THE IIKAHT OF ISDI.V (KDICATIOSAL)
t AND 10 CKNT8
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