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TULSA DAILY WORT.D. srxn.W. JUNE irt, 1020
TO PUT ON SHOW
j Wild West Program lt
Planned for Three Days
Beginning the 17th.
AUSPICES OF LEGION
Indians and Cowboys and
BUI Hart's Pony Will Be :
Features the Roundup. ;
To provide funds With which to I
rrerl a rliilihcniso f Of Its member.
St Mllilel iMt.it No, 17. American '
Ucglon of s.md gprlng, will lnaucu-1
nUe a throe-clay wliJ-ivoNt program
ut fund tprltiB beginning on
From tlm furt thut the propnmvl I
event dors not rnnfllrt In date with
OlhW scheduled programa of like
kind but prerr lea bl .1 f w day .
sveial rOttnd f&M to M li Id In "ins
Mrtion, St. Millie! P": hn bM
.itile to pro( tire the rlclora of
the euthwet for Its ihOW.
ConitMi Moh gfttrnoon will take
place among UlOM 1 . ' 1 l'l.iln nnd
fancy riding fnta, riding and rop-l
imk wild Texas ateomin till the ways
known to the Mportoneod cowman, I
rope aplnnlng nod atrlclly wild)
horse racing will bO Indulged In.
A Piinil "1 i'muihuii.i imuiiiin nwR i
dav will render a stomp dunee I
tlnrh night of the exhibition a
ferret danre will be held on the
pftVMMftti Of 5'ind Sprlmra. the city i
having Riven Its authority for va- j
CAttfig the thoroughfares to travel, j
Mnd Spring Bl MlhUI post has I
a membership of 150. The propoood I
eluhlioUMO will be located In the
city proper. The mnltllng slto nas
been procured by the post.
A. Of Shellier. champion Uotnan
rider of rallfornla lnO 1 007. Whan
1n a thrilling tare he defeated Mr.
Casper, champion for four years,
wit' r!de the lamOUl pony used by
William S Hart. Mr Shriber will
ride and rope from PrlnCO, the f,i
mous spotted pony. Flora, the nl.i
i.ited piare. will entertain with an
..let that defies human lnteltlpcn.ee
' The (treat Shriber ehnllcne any
man to a Honum race In which be
Will ride Without sai'dU or pada
and the horses hitched only at the
bit. A th "tiling nd spectacular feat
of d.irlng horsemanship you can not
afford to nilss.
TO PROTEST FREIGHT RATES
Shippers Will In- Itoprraontrd at
llcnrliu; In OnpttOl Tiir.-ilny
OKIjAIIOMa CITTi Juno 0 2.
Protests from virtually all shippers'
organisations In the state are ex
pected Tuesday at the hearing of the
petition of railroads for increased
frcleht rates on shipments within
the state before the corporation com-
mlss.on. members of the commission
salcl today. inc proposes wunsi
would Increase rates Jo per cent, It
Is said. Motion for the Increase was
made by F. A LolAltd of St Ixiuis,
representing nil railroad! In the
state. The change would affect class
rates on less than carload shipments.
Will return from po Graduate
work Juno 3 mUOD better pre
pared to serve yon.
Dr. ARTHUR CAMPBELL
Fyo, Kar, Nice nnd Tliront
7S7 Mayo Bnlidlng
rlnt Chrlstlnn churrh. corn.r Ninth and
Boulder. Klght w.aka. Jun t to July 21,
to 12 a. m.
If mcrrMed rail
MRS. KATHARINE HOTSTON
,Thnn Ofdar H22. 21 S. Cincinnati
I flti!!-1''1''1 Thild Sdit 1!
a Savings Account
ONE OF THESE
Name "Bayer" on Genuine
"Hayer Tablets of Aspirin" Is gen
"ins Aaplrln proved safe by millions
ni prescribed by physicians for
"ver twenty yaaj-a Accept only on
ur broken ' Ilajer package" which
contains proper direction! to roHovo
Headache, Toothache, Karache,
Nourilglfi. rtheumatlsm. Cold! and
''In. Handy tin boxes of IT tabletl
'on few cents nrugrlsts also
luger "Payer packages " Aspirin
trade Innrk Tlneer Mi1 , i '
U" 'cetica. ldiau-r of balicylaacul
ty ft- . ' V' f
Oi!V ..W'ii-e1 - ' . .
A Wonderful Collection of
Sizes 16 Year to 40 Bust
Materials of Jerseys, Worsteds Tricolette, Satin,
One and Two Piece Styles
Fashioned to Make the Figure Graceful
To be able to buy such distinctive Swimming Suits at the open
ing of the season, priced on the new lower cost levels, is an advan
tage enjoyed by the patrons of only this store. These "one of a
kind" suits represent our greatest efforts at style and value
$5.95, $7.45, $8.95, $9.95, $10.95
$11.95, and $13.45
Swimming and Diving Caps 25c
Of all-wool worsteds, fast colors, perfect fitting, pre-shrunk, sizes
32 ta 50
Specially Priced $4.95
Curtis Srotfti Co.
The House of Kuppenheimer Clothes
Ready Monday Morning at 8 o'clock
Worth of Perfect
At the Lowest Prices Since 1918
Women'g $4 Silk Ffogiery Now
Women' $5 Silk Hoaiery Now
Black, White, Cordovan, Russet,
War Tax 7c
Three Pairg in a Box $8
Black Only With All Silk Colored Tops
War Tax 14c
Three Pairg in a Box $10
A direct result of the decline in prices which hegan in Japan with
huge money rates, making a financial cataclysm which for a few days closed markets
and exchanges in Tokio.
Two-thirds of the large number of silk
stockings are from this purchase; the re
mainder are marked down from our own
stocks. The purchase comes from a jobber
who controls the output of more
4992 Pairs at
Of Pure Dye Silk, full fashioned stock
ings with reenforced heel, toe and sole.
Every pair perfect, no seconds, 18 inches of
pure silk, lisle where they wear.
hosiery mills of any man of whom we
know who If not a manufacturer himself.
This man closed out all stocks on hand
when the silk markets broke. $2.70 and
Ip3.!i5 represent almost exactly the actual
colt of making these stockings.
1844 Pairs at
of blacTc pure thread silk, full fashioned
stockings; silk all the way to the top.
Extra elastic silk tops of plain colors in
green, gold and lavender for family laun
Other Silk Hosiery for Wom-n at $1.85, $2.10, $2.60, $3.95
For Women Who Swim
Mile $1, Fiber $1
Tulsa's Livest Leading Men8 Store
For Hot Weather
$2.20, $2.60, $3.15