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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1920
N EARING MILLION
Need $100,000 in Permits
in Last Iiight Days
MAYO'S PLAN ADDITION
Five Stories Will 11c Added
to Structure at a Coat
.1' If (Mill, cashier nf thr MHio.
lok(t Stalo bank, was In tills city
lhutila . -
APPLICATION for oluntary dls
folutUm cif the Itimntlii on company
was filed entcrda In dlMrtet court.
I'l PltKHH OP DIVOIlCi: we're
ginnled otrln In district court lo
Mary Panau against . I,. PnKan;
Joslc Wilson uRjilnxt p. j, wiUnn.
llvni'.wV'tj ..... j..
. .. i I' i I II Mil i; WCM'
"liT'l fxti'nl.iy in dlsirht court and
superior cotlrH by Margaiet l)ucb-
It aganiM llohcrt I Dorlilnr I u ,i
II. MilllKUlM ilKfllnit C H lllllU-HM
' M. '.. Wlnitnct iiKiiltist V. Wim
i mi" p..
llt'S JOKPAN' .111(1 Joe Hpcncr
urrwHod nt Hupulpu cdiied.iy night
by fwlernl prohlhtlui offireis li
pcwtfcsiiloii of IIijiioi, ftrc held In th'
city Jail awaiting arraignment br
ftira C. I Ynnco. I'nltrd States
eommlwloner of this clt
MAIIUIAtlP. I.tCKNSblM WW' is
KUt'il tn the following ypirril.i b
tll dork of county court Arthur
I'm'ite 10 and Miiv Ital.o. 17, TuIh.i
l.Rfuott A Inflrld, ."i, and Maude
M. Ilond. 47. Tu Ihu : Arthur T i:i
t 40 and Hrni.i Kcatlotl. 29 Tuls.i
?10 Hlelurd Hide
Third and Uoston
Formerly of Hot
Wood Hklii, Ucnllo-t'rlnary
and Nencrc.il l)lf.n.cH and
gcnernl office iiractlcc
Scrum, hit. nc a, Ulectrlcnl
Phone Osage 8 H I
Willi eight days of Apnl ct to I"
heard from. building permits for
iu..ii!h total JSOl.Ini, or approv.
in., .' J900.000. Those in lh.' 1ml. d.
ii g inspector'! office feel confld' nt
i i Hie rcmaluliiK Jloo.uOO in n r
ini'-i will be NhuciI before ( hi tlo-o
ef tins month's business and will
make it another million dollar
j)jTlic Htnoiint was swelled inaiciiil-
f jiHtcrday aftonioon wlitn a l i -'put
win I'sticd to Mayo brothers foi
T t-Kju-rapcr at Fifth and liouldi r
Ttil" permit was for J1J5.000
The Fecund largest permit -.ui.-d
tint week wiim to '. .1. Ilinman for
a $.10,000 residence at 1-0,'.
I ifuenth. In Maplo HelBhtK. Tin re
n io he a ftarage on thin lot
n her permlt.s uere: J it. Ktoi,
I.T. llait SC'i'oml. ieidetice 4.O0n.
Iicnr lliaiidner. KIU2 l.a"t l'lf'h,
r.wl'lence J 1.000; Hn l,llld.i. !!(
Pnst Fourth, KiiraRe J1.U00. Hobcrt
P crwin. 8 IIP South U'licellmt, jm
i.ige J.'.HO; Security HulldinK com
rm iKriimt 1,ooiiiIh), rcmodelliiB
1 lhail at 121 South Main. Jl.ouo
READY FOR TRADE TRIPS
II irolil i. Cool.c Will lie Spcal.fr on
FirM llixiilrr 'rii(r.
', at'o.ird has been Hounded hj
the i number of comment for the
,MTj i""t " a wnm or ne tiadn t r
hlch air to be made on cu ll 'I'm
dayvfur the coming five wceki The
f i -si? ii ij. the time of which .h h. t
f r Text Tiienluy. Is to cover what
Is considered bv many Uc.il Ihihiiv
nun t be Tulwi's nnrt prodinttvc
and reinuneratlvo trade territory.
Hi. Harold (1. Cooke, paster nf
Tici rt Memoil.il church. '.ind a rooiI
humoiett orator, will be "offxl.il
wpieler" for the flm trip. To hlni
f.itl the important duty of inform
liift crouds nt varioiin towim of Tul
s.i'B wonders. A different- peali r
is to u-o on each trip.
Itisetvatlons for ypaeo on these
linporlant trade tr.ps may be made
hi either the chamber of coinmero
er the retail men hauls a.ssiR'iall.'ii
CONSIDER FINANCE MEASURE
V. nf C, Olrcctors at I.iiik licon )Ls
cuss IsMiaiu'i- of llonds.
At the weekly luncheon and meet
ing of directors of thn chamber of
coinmerco at Hotel Tulsa at noon
today, ono of tho topics to ho ills
i unsed Is the propnsod bill which
would authorize tho Pnlted States
sovernmcnt to If.suo. $30.000 000
worth of S's per cent, non-taxahlo
bonds to tnko up tho first, second,
third and fourth liberty loans. A
ropv of the proposed bill has been
received l the chamber of com
merce, and ii lh possible) that n lo
cal recommendation as to its dispo
sition will bo mado at today'u meet-
LIONS OPPOSE PARK SALE
Wnnt WiHxIwurd Tract Kept linnet
M. C. Primly Speaks at Meet
, uuuiiiiiuiiis rising vote, wio
.Vfcions club HI flu weeklv I
iloiel Tulsa yesterday noon declared
emphatically utfalnjjt tho pioiioscd
rata uy mo city ot heven acres of
Woodward park. Italph V. ,
Smllh, prchident of ih- .In,. r,.-
quoateil that tho motion against tho
fc.ilo bo made.
Mcrlo (.'. Prunly. principal of the
msh school, made an inicreaiiiiB
talk on education us a factor In tho
life of men and women, and with
Hie aid of a specially propaied chart,
illustrated his talk with comparative
tables of wafjes paid to educated and
to uneducated persons.
Hx posit ion Hooslcrx
Hanquct Here Tonight
ItJionchfl men and others inicr
Kie.i in tho Tultu Industrial
laVfStr.pL- fivnnulHtiti .. l-n tn ...
Hotel Tulba toniRlu for a dinner ami
...in wu.li ih nnuci)aieii to
h notable aildrohs on production
" v. .McKInn of St. Louis
JtatioiiH haui been sent out by
I chymiberl f ciminieree. About
r(j e-xpected to attend.
l-IFl' PUIvKilir ;.M.liOTOp.V
I'risco Atcfiit Announces slippmK
I. U. Fldlcr, local aKint of tl.
U Louts unil S.in Francis 'o la'i
ay, ibstied an aiiiiouuci'incnt lo the
public last mcrr.t cancelhm; all
irolght cmbarg.M.'H caused by he rc-'-f
iit yardmen s sti ike. Tho tnlti
"hlch takes effect today fo.lowa. V
lo patrons of lvlsco ralUvay.
Lmbarpo on out bound merchan
oho is cancelled, effects o s n m.
April "j, 1820. Wo will accept mer
chandise forjall Points.
in order lo pet Hhlpmcnts to des
"HHtlon promptly and avoid con-
JCHllnn n.. . .
- ., uuiouunu iiairorm, we i
ii.no arranged to load number of hoi i
"tit cam for various destinations
J'om our industrial tracks located'
hoiiieWJUth 0t 0lJr lnl,0iin(l f'-'lBlitj
With co-operation of our patrons
e arc fcatlkfled that we wilt ho able
(shi y0"r w,lr?lion(, "f delayed;
) """- promptly aim navo tnem
'each destination with dispatch.
'li Anuullment of .Marriage.
Petillnjitriu tho court to annul tho
marrlago of Vcina Cherry and Krn
t Clinrry, Bult was filed in district
court jetterday by the w.fc, by her
mother. Mrs. j. ii. wuiiuma, In
w"ip.h it is devlared tho nmrr.asj
MILS lllPCil l,. .!, .1 ..
..vbt.udu ...i; ..lUtttllLVI
v " . .us.not 18 ycaf of cc at tho time
P'f tho ceremony, April IS, 1S20, Ilo.
c.iuio of this fact, anil because tho
vullni nr tno parenw or tho girl
v'jn tr.t obtained by Cherry, they.
.',is thm kho marriago be not aside.
Special Offering of Shoes
Today and Saturday at
SOPTH SI l V
J. Putter & Sons
SOPTII SI MS
A beautiful brown
kid, Louis heel ox
ford, that will uppuul
to ladies of taste who
are seekiii"; an extra
ordinary bargain. A
no, only. . $6.85
One lot ladies' exquisite black kid
pumps which combine style and
comfort. Made with Louis heel. A
.? 12.00 value, on
One lot ladies' black
Cuban heel, two eye
let Oxfords. It will
appeal to the eye and
your bank account.
A regular t? 12.50
Men's C o r d o v a n
brown Knglish bal,
cut to appeal to styl
ish dressers. Regular
Don't buy until you've seen the
wonderful - high-grade shoes
which arc on sale at prices
tlnt will make buying a pleas
ure. Shoes arc placed on sale
at prices far below their whole
tale value for the purpose of
reducing the size of our stock
to make room for a complete
new stock of shoes.
Today is your last opportun
ity. Take advantage of it and
put in a supply of shoes for
future use. Ourloss is your
gain. Doors open promptly at
8 o'clock. All Queen Quality
shoes on sale at preatly re
A ladies black calf
Cuban heel oxford
which sells regularly
at $1-1.00 is being
only . . .
brown English ox
ford, with plenty of
style and lots of com
fort. Sold at $12.(50,
on sale CQ AtZ
On sale at
One lot of infants' brown Vici kid
shoes. All sizes and a $2.f0 value.
Men's Scout shoos
'made of serviceable
leather on a comfort
able last. A $5 value,
on sale (I0 Oft
for only. . PuOt7
SOP'l ll M
J. Putter & Sons
Other Entrance to Men's and Ladle's' Ready-to-Wear Department
NO. 10 EAST SECOND STREET
SPECIAL SALE OF
Millinery and Ready-to-Wear
For Friday and Saturday Only
Many new and beaujbiful garments and hats are arriving daily, so
we must keep things moving lo take care of new stocks. In these
special week-end sales you will find the very best merchandise at
prices well wprth your investigation. Come in early and make your
Spceial Hat Sale
TODAY AND SATURDAY
One-Half Price -
Wonderful values arc shown through
out our millinery department, most
all hats being reduced to onc'half
Malines, horse thair braid, mi
lans and sailors arc included athis
Another group of very pretty and
newest shapes, of regular $10.98
value, in this tfrr fQ
sale at , D i .iO,
Wash Goods Specials
Penales In all colors, yard u,ldo, Q7 V7
per yard i3l-C
Hope .Muslin, tho best hleaclu-. QK
per yard OOC
Pnbleachcd Muslin, a vory good gra'do
at 27c to r
'Gingham Dreshei, any elzo and all
FOR TWO DAYS
All $,'55 Suits, specially (Pi Q pTA
priced at iplo.DU
All $72.50 Suits spe- bjrO fid
daily priced at tpO.Ul
of silk poplin and flow- n p rv
era! voile, priced at fUX.DU
Taffeta and mcssaline Cjl Q FA
dresses, upward from . . P xODU
Poplin and serge skirts, QA (Q
$1.98 up to $25.00 $4W0
NEW GEORGETTE WAISTS
In all colors and wide
range of sizes
Iitack Silk Hose, 1.G0 valuo, nr
special at OtC
Ladjes' Tun Silk Hose, a big bargain
Ladles Striped All Silk Hose, special (I'l QQ
two days tDjLlU
Chlfilren's White Hose, you can t do ir
hotter at ADC
Children's lJlack Hose, nil sizes, per OCT
TULSA UNION DEPARTMENT STORE
112-114 SOUTH MAIN ST.
213-215 S. MAIN STREET
G p. m.
9 p. m.
OF ALL SUITS and DRESSES
Friday and Saturday
$ 4 a
Any suit in the house offered to you during this sale
at one of the above prices. Take your choice from
suits formerly selling from $35.00 to $85.00, all snap
py models in regular and extra sizes, 16 to 48. Trico
tines, gabardines, French serges, Poiret twills and all
For Three Days
350 specially purchased dresses just in and in time to offer
our customers the dress sensation of the season. Beautiful
new models, hardly any two alike, in styles for every purpose,
every occasion. Beaded georgettes, taffetas, crepe-de-chines,
satins, foulards and combinations in white,navy,rose,
flesh, Belgian blue, burgundy and black, all sizes, 16 to 48,
short and long sleeves.