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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, JUNE 18. 1020
NAVAL MEN PLAN
FOURTH OF JULY
Independence Day Will
Be Marked by interest
FIREWORKS IN PARK
Civic, Military and Fraternal
Sections Will Feature
Much Interi-sl In beln shown In
1t met of the Fourth of July cl
, uhlrh Is to b Bpontoroil
l bc naval veterans. Mont Inter
Ml Is centered now on the parart,
In whlih nearly 5.000 persons ar
(jptated hy the promoters to psr
itt Tho route ol the prade
t yet been decided.
In li e par,u! will be various ser
Mi first of whic h will Include
4),, mayor and rnmmlsslonere. po
: iri-urnt and officials of civic
1a, : ,nns Tho aeronil section
u,. b the military division, and
w . IBClud III naval recruiting
f of the southwestern district,
,,f (he Confederacy, O. A. R..
i , ,h Amerlran veterans, Sulva-
ti' krmy, ny icotit. Girl Beaut!
army recruiting force, Tulsa branch
Of Naval Veterans of America, ma-,
rlne recruiting farce.
Tim third section will be for fra
tetn.il orders, ord the fourth aec
Uon will compromise floats, special,
jv (jrcorated for tho occasion.
Af'er the par.'ide, the remainder
of the 'liy will b aVOtd to sporta
, ball park. Thoee wishing to
enter any of the contests should reg
t.r st Naval Veterans hea.hiuar
.'id'i South Beaton avenue
In the evening there will be a dis
; , firework! at 0n park.
I . i. ills of the parade are to be
lined at a meeting of eom
ti and Odette at tho Klks
HOUSE FOR CITY
Second Presbyterian Will
Build in July; Cost
to Be $8,000.
Erection of the $s,000 community
house now under construction for
the Second I'reslif terlan church at
Zunlt and Archer will be completed
by the latter part of July, Rev. W.
H Murphy, pastor, sard yesterday.
As loon as the new community house
Is ready for occupation, the present
rommunl y house will be remodelled
into a pareonage.
The community house will re
senille a bungalow In external ap
pearance, with a porch across the
front, and will have an unusually
high celling. It will contain a
kiuhen with built-in features and
large auditorium with a seating
eapaciiy of about 3 ST). Resides serv.
l-.g it s a meeting place for tho kin
dergarten. Junior, and Intermediate
departments of the Sunday school,
church, social, community gather
ings, and the Cherokee Heights
mine club, the auditorium will be
arranged for basketball games and
the exhibition of r otlon pictures.
The value of showing clean mo
tion pictures for children and adults
has been demonstrated beyond a
d'lubt ,a ecording to Mr. Murphy. The
last exhibition for tho summer sea
son will he that of Charles Kay In
' Hll Own Home Town" on Friday.
11 !,. of TueU Plekford in
kiek and Klnn" on Friday, June
LAST BILL OF SEASON
0RPHEUM STARTS TODAY
The new show starting today at
the orpheurp will be the final bill
of the seasof and Instead of playing
the full week this bill win stay, but
four days closing on Wednesday
The headllner on the show opening
today is one of tho funniest
Hube acta ever presented on any
vaudeville bill, It Is full of laughs
one uirht sav lauah. beeause they
come so close together it Is hard to
tell one from the other. Charles
Ifaddeek who presents Harry Wat
son ana Hog Mervllle In tnis siae
pliitmg vehicle could not select i
better cast of fun makers than he
oners In "Rubeviue."
The r, 8. Jazitland Nfcvy Octette
is sn"Mer hlg act on the hill, wnicn
. Usually a leatured headline act
ft mi Orpheum bills. There are
sV'en acts In all- Inasmuch as the
hill closes on Wednesday night and
Tulsans will have only four days In
rhteh to see the bill, it would bs ad
visable to attend either today or to
morrow as the management expects
business to be capacity at all per
formances for the four days.
Th irxlay the Orpheum will start
Its summer policy of first run fea
ture photoplays. Tho first attrac
tion opening Thursday and running'
Ihren days wm be Clara Kimball i
Young in "The netter Wife." The
east Includes Kathlyn Williams. 1.11
Hsn Walker, Little Men Alexander.
Nign rtarrle, Edward kimball and
re, for next Sunday "Doug"
ralrhanks latest picture "The Molly
rodiili' will open for a five days'
run Nothing hut the best photo
ri'Vs will show at the Orpheum
luring the summer. Advt.
A Japanese Inventor has given a
nroom a handle with two right angle
turns, which hs claims Is easier to
Mpulate than a straight handle.
Including a splendid stock of
art domes. chandeliers and
We spactelizs In fixtures and
their hanging. Let ua serve
'I 8. Boston. Osage 356
Saving Opportunities That Seldom Come to Men of Tulsa
$65,000 Stock Reducing Sale!
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HuEsYsl -rjw I A, Jhjs Bnssi KsnssBKugar''
Men's Hats Are
Every f Straw, Panama, Leghorn and Balli
buntal on sale at reduced prices. Buy Uiem
$4.00 1 Hats are S3 4-Q
$4.50 lHats are r Q gj
$5.00 Hats are (V k aj
now HreBBBssi 3
$5.50 -Hats are 70
$6.00 Hats are - f
now 4Oe X J
$7.00 Hals are 15CS C&CZ
$8.00 Hats are g QMP
now TT.. II3jCs7f3
$10.00 Hats are G Q CZf
Men's fine quality Hose, all colors, reg
ular 2rc, 6 pairs for $1.00
A special offering of Men's Hose selling
at f0c per pair, 3 pairs for $1.00
Ve will continue our record sale tomorrow. For the
occasion we will present a series of extraordinary
values that must grip attention. Our entire stocks
of fine Suits, Hats, Shoes and Furnishings arc re
duced in price for this event We must diminish
stocks for we arc heavily burdened with a surplus in
all lines. Men who are quick to grasp extreme val
ues will shop here early Monday morning.
MEN'S CLOTHING ON SALE!
We are exclusive dealers for the celebrated Collegian
clothes and our entire spring and summer lines have
been included In this sale. Here you can purchase a
"known" brand of clothing, that gives highest quality,
authentic styles, and best of all, at a great reduction m
price. Every suit is marked in plain figures; there is
no guess work here you don't buy a "cat in the bag" but get real values.
$40.00 Suits are now
$45.00 Suits are now
$50.00 Suits are now
$55X)0 Suits are now
$60.00 Suits are now
$65.00 Suits are now
$70.00 Suits are now
$75.00 Suits are now
$80.00 Suits are now
$85.00 Suits are now
Buy Silk Shirts Now
The handsomeet line af rare mm sThtrta r
have evsr esad upon, liars tlin are: Bruad
oloth. Jersey, Crepe de China. Ilndium Bilk. Japa.
nsae Ilabttl and Umpire Dmbresder Silks. Bur
them at these reduotlens:
$10.00 and $12.00 Silk Shirt are
now on ale at i , j
1 12.50 to $15.00 Silk Shirt an
now on sale at i(m mis
I? 15.50 to 120.00 Silk Shirt are
now on sale at i
A Dress Shirt Sale
are now . . .
are now . . . .
arc now ...
are now . . . ,
arc now ...
THESE SUITS ARE LABELED "COLLEGIAN," EACH A PERFECT HAND-TAILORED MODEL, AND OFFERS
SELECTIONS FROM OUR ENTIRE STOCKS. BLUE SERGES INCLUDED.
$18.00 Oxfords, tan or blsck,
$20.00 Oxfords, tan or blnck,
A speriMl reduction of 20 off on all
shoes during this sale.
A Sale of Trousers
$5.00 Odd Trousers
$7.00 Odd Trousers
$9.00 Odd Trousers
$10 Odd Trousers
$14 Odd Trousers
$15 Odd Trousers
Shoes and Oxfords
.. . $5.10
$6.00 White Oxfords
are now murked at
$14.00 Oxfords, tan or hlark. lf
special pl i .evil
$15.00 Oxfords, tan or black,
$12.00 Oxfords, tan or black,
are now marked
Silk and Linen Shirts
$7.50 and $8.00 Shirta Arc nr
$8.50 and $9.00 Shirta Are
$9.50 to $12.00 Shirts Are
Buy Luggage Now at 25 Per Cent Off
SUIT CASES, TRAVELLING BAGS, ETC., AT PRICES THAT WILL PLEASE VACATIONISTS. HE
SURE AND SEE OUR LINE AND PRICES BEFORE BUYING
Men's Famous 'Rex' and 'Campus Caps at 25 Off
.v The most complete
V1 line of Men's and
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