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ULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, JUNE 11. 1020
CITY DADS TALK
TO JR. CHAMBER
Law Enforcement Subject
M Mayor, Adkison and
TO CELEBRATE JULY 4
Civi.' Body to Co-operate With
Legion and Naval Veterans
for Patriotic Event.
tbOUt 2on men wero present Hi
tr Joalof otoambeff of Bommeree
mcmnir In tho municipal auditorium
list nlgM. Mayor T. D llvan. J.
if dktson, police commissioner,
,p l J A llustafson, chief of police,
r,. short talkn lo the elub on law
inforcemont and Ow methods that
police force art- following
All three of the speakers endorsed
the proposition of appointing; ti
members of 'he rnamher us spools
police and Adkuom s.Ud that he
would confer rommlwions as soon
,.. ii . men were ready lo take them.
j; mi for the July 4 celebration
.Jfl.c put on by 'ho naval vctcr
, ,.( norlea anil tho Junior Chant'
lor of "HlimTPf were repor'ed lo
l,P progressing rapidly by H .1
HOUier chairman of the rommlttee
,.n the eolbrM90. There will be
shout i bands and more than s.nnn
people In the parade, ho Mid. Six
floats have been secured and more
tr, expected A silver lovine nip
i to 1'" awarded to tho poet float.
The American Ijidlion . hat Joined
tore" ll promulgating tho cclstirn
tlon and plana at present forecast
fy Hi 'ho hiesost thing nf It.
lilnrt evi tttepjipted In TeAsi, accord-
i-c te Housor,
Istfltbers of tho rluh who M wish
are to meOI 'ho luncheon of tho
board of directors, II wax announced
'! nlitht If enough attend those
htnohteni regular, weekly luneheoni
will probably be Instituted. QlOlgl
B?rr. provident, said.
Tn resignation of w. T. Spencer
aa member of the hoard of direc
tor was BCOeptCd and Tee Trice
pgj fleeted to lake bin place.
Peacock Alley at the Chicago Convention
There are more beautiful women attending tbt convention than ever before. nys Huehnell. The reaaon la
plain woman In coming Into her own politically.
FJND FRAT FUNDS SHY
Treasurer of c- l'liifliinil Order Is
Short $ 1 09,0(10 After 29 Years
OtTONi Maws.. June If. Dlw ov.
rry of a shortage of jion.oon In thel
ccourvs of John V. Sanborn of New-1
port. R ., as supreme treasurer of
the New Hflfflanq orQtf Of protection
ran announced by Judge II. W. Wil
liam Bcolt. supreme warden of the
order, hero todjiy, Mr. Sanborn, In
a mate of collapse, according; to
Judpe Scott, has resigned.
Judro Scott mh Id that tlio short.
Iff as unrovered to dato. extended!
back 12 yours. Treasurer Sanborn,
who g 7fi years of ace, has hold the
Office 29 years.
Tho stability nf tho order, which 's
a fraternal Insurance organization
with approximately 2K.0S0 rnomb ms
In New Kngland, M not affected, It
is 'aimed. Losses aro expected to!
oe covered gs a bon.i of 100,O00.
UNCOVER LARGEST STILL
Apparatus Extending ThrniiKli Two:
Roon i i in st. ioiiis.
ST. LOUIS, June in. A still, said!
to he tho largest taken by prohibl- I
tlon enforcement officers in Missouri '
Ince the dry law became effective, I
was confiscated In n vacant public
house today. Tho apparatus extend-;
ed from the second story floor to
Ibl third story celling to the build- !
Ing and Us capacity Is said to he 2no
gallons a day.
Third Suicide Attempt
in Year Is Successful
PHNCA CITY, Juno 10. John
Ogden. aged 60, committed aulcide
hero last night by hanging himself
to a tree In his front yard, The body
hanged there ail night long before
discovered at dawn today by passcrs
by. It was ms third altfcluptlWlthln
a year, tho otjier two bring attemp's
to cut his throat. Domestic trouble
together with illness that made him
dependent, caused dlspondency.
Kniluirgo on Coal.
WASHINQTON. June 10. An em
bargo on the supply of cars lor
movement of bituminous cog) lu ar
losd lots to any Uike Kric pons
for irgns shipment by water ogoopt
on a permit, was rdeiad today by
tho interstate comtW tvt ronimls
sion, effective Jlino IS.
twcn in Frisco,
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal , June 10.
Kor.ator Robert I,. Owen of Okla
homa, candidate for tho democratic
nomination for the presidency, ar-tl'.-d
hero today and hua opened
fi i lougfterg,
l r Ejtchnnge Trust'Nll
a Savings Account
ONE OF THESE
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iUl I .V.i'b pl r u;rfcwU Wft.
Prices Are Tumbling Elsewhere
Here They Have Already Tumbled
Bargains Here in
Skirts of silk poplin, mescaline,
serge and taffeta, many pretty
designs and high grade work
manship. Priced ("j
Organdy Drosses with pretty
ruffles and frills. Just the thing
for hot summer days and priced
Flowered Voile Drceses aro ono
of the most popular of summer
dresses. Values up to 20 00 on
r h r; $12.50
Voile and Organdy Wous.'B are
very flultable summer combina
tion! with tho fjonarato nklrt.
and launder nicely. They are
The more aristocratic floorgetto
Hlousee, too, have felt the de
cline of the silk tnarkei and a
great variety uwalt your selec
tion In many wanted pd QQ
colors at 5.70
Since house aprons form the
niost popular and neatest wear
ing apparel for the housewife in
summer time, we have stocked
a wonderful selection of these in
percale and gingham and offer
them now to thrifty (J- QO
housewives at only. . PAe70
Front and back lace -c.nrseus in
all si7.es. Those are well fitting
and well designed corsets from
reliable manufacturers and ex
traordinary values at AO
our prices of Dle'xO
Lowest Prices Pre
PerOgle, a big stock bought
months ago from a special man
ufacturer permits lowoit prices
Klowered I.awn, a very beauti
ful wuHh inntertal for uuinmrr
dreftftt-n, regular 50c
value, now per yd
Splendid made Bathing
Suits of Wool and Silk
$2.50 tof $13.50
Rubber Bathing Caps
Middy tlousen nf excellent ma
ttrtall and quality handiwork,
very neat and trim for wport
wear. Priced at $l.1r, 91. HQ
wear. Priced at
1.60, l. 80 and .
Children's Knrtipern In pfrraln
and Kinffham, check. Hfrlpct
and Hd OOlOIVf very nifty fur
lAdies Si'k Hose in a very good
grade, now on sale if
here at .1 pair for... Jpl.UU
Ladiee Lisle Hose In all elr.es,
Ladles' White Silk Host
pair . . .
Children's Silk I. Isle Hose, all
sizes, black and white. Priced
st four pair
Chlldrons White Wash Ilomp
ers, very good materials and ex
cellent workmanship, hand cm
brotdi rod. Triced
While Hats for summer In the
latest and prettiest shapes and
all neatly trimmed QQ
Special now at only. tDX.JO
raciAli BAT haiu.ain
Any Hlnok Hat In the house,
and w.- have a wonderful assort
ment, special now at only
They all must go. but you'll do
better If you get youre early,
thereby having tho first rhoico
nf thia group.
in Men's Apparel
Men's Tennis Shoes
HTjeCiail V r it . fj
Men's hose, very J
good i u a 1 it y,
B. V. D. Union
Suits, extra AQ
Straw Hats, latest
shapes and Straws,
ttTTZ i For The Big
Only a limited number of these $17.50 suits in
blue serges and other wanted colors and pat
terns remain. Get yours -now before they are
Let the Great American Electric Flag Lead You to This Store of
Tulsa Union Department Store
112-114 South Main Street
IS AGAINST WOOD
Secretary Haker Says
Judgo Advocate at Chi
cago on Other Matters.
WASHINGTON, June 10 Becre
tary of War Haker took vigorous
exception today to a proas dispatch
from fhlraao that Oon. Knoch II.
' louder. Judge advocate general of
the war department la attending the
OOMVeiKton and Is working against
Uw Interests of Oeneral Wood tor
flow, ,. ig not in fThloOfO on a
political mission, said Maker.
"Ho wa, directed i myself to go
tO I'llbllCO rtn i. n.llll,... ...........
and Is remaining over tor a fo Sara I
to pilot a Rroiip of t tiban offi. lab, I
who ir bare to witness the m
i-eedlnKS of an AmorlOSS political,
' While (ienoral t'rowder was In
Cttbs last voir OR an advlsoiy mis I
elnn to the CtlMII goxernmi'nt he.
made a personal promise to certain
Officials there lo conduct them to a I
national political convention If thry
came to the 1'mted Stales this year, i
and ho is simply fiilhllliiir that1
A Boothlnd Emollistnt
l 1 -i . rl ' . . . .
ssAnntio iiw io io m.i i luUn. c
a Savings Account
ONE ok THB8I
fcoflc j zmim wms
223 EAST THIRD STREET PHONE OSAGE 6813
NOTS: Wo expect to he in our new home at Sixth
and If tin ftrMtft. ftbotlt .lune 15.
Introducing Our Week-End
All Tulsa will appreciate our splendid values, when they have seen the marvelous
values we offer. The following are but a few, of the surprises in store for the thrifty
Ladies' Auto Caps,
very special at . . .
75c and $1.00 Ladies' Collars,
50c Ladies' Garden Hatu,
all colors and materials
Ladies' Silk Gloves,
Pom Pom Roudoir Slippers,
fancy flowered, a $2 value at. . . .
Men's Summer Kool KJoth Wash
Ladies' $2 Waists, special
$30 Silk Voile Dress, the most fascinating Q
of accordion pleats J?AIe 4 tl
Ladies' $1.50 Silk Hose; all colorss very
special at, per pair
Men's $5 Rlack Colt Button Shoes, with a OC
flexible sole, ideal for summer wear, special VdieOtJ
Sample Towels, special
Children's $ Dresses; newest summer
$3.00 and $3.50 Middy Blouses; special
Men's 75c Silk Lisle Hose; factory
Men's $3.50 Striped Overalls; an excep
$7.50 Dainty Cotton Voile Street
$7.50 Beautiful Fast Color Gingham Wash
$2 BunRalow Aprons; very desirable for
round the house wear; special at
Misses 85c Silk Lisle Hose;
special at 9
Special Values in Our Shoe Department
The most startling values ever offered in low shoes will be found here "where the best cost less."
Among the tremendous values we have to offer is an exquisite oxford made of the finest black and brown kid.
They have wonderfully beautiful high heels and will be sold for this great event at the tremen- dC Qf?
dously reduced price, per pair tpoJetoJ
A beautiful black kid oxford with the much desired "baby Louis" heels, will be sacrificed at the 2K'QFC
very low price fPtfmUtJ
For this extraordinary event we will offer a blnek velour kid pump in the newest last "The Vic- tfQ"Qft
tory." Never were shoes of this quality sold at such statlingly low figure ipVmOO
Another phenomenal bargain is a combination patent and satin tie in the latest word in Theo Ties, IQ OC
placed on sale for this eent at the tremendous reduction tDOeOtJ
The latest in French lasts is a white Reignskin Theo Tie which we offer for JQ "QfT
We offer to those who seek the bestl in white kid pumps a beautiful high throated pump in a much (IJQ'QP
desired Louis heel, for only P7.0J
THE STORE OF NO REGRETS
I sTatl -J 1 1 sw.l -n -J zl rTKfWl -1 -4
THE BARGAIN CENTER OF TULSA