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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1020
TO REPAIR ROAD
Will Oil Stretch From
West Tulsa to Red
OTHERS MAY FOLLOW
Lack of City Funds May
Lead Other Concerns to
Make Similar Offer.
The Trxns Company, which ope
rate a large refinery near West
Tulsa, ha volunteered through W.
K. Holmes, refinery superintends
ent, to oil the stretch of road be-'
iween Went Tulsa and the Red
Fork hard surfaced road. O. A.
Htrlner, commissioner of street and
public property- said yesterday.
Mr. Holmes ha been Invited to
attend the weekly luncheon of di
rectors of the chamber of com
merce In the Kennedy restaurant at
noon today and outline the plan of
his company, which Is a large user
of the road under repair. The mayor
and city commissioners will also at
tend the luncheon. Officials of
other oil companies which MM 'he
road may also be Invited, that they
mif offer suggestions for repair
ing tho road.
"While the city Is grading this
road, we realise that a sand bed Is
very temporary, and that resuming
travel over It will soon grind It
down again. What It needs lH cin
ders or chat, then plenty of oil. and
a thorough rolling. n- doing this,
the crown will have some semblance
of permanency," Mr Steiner said.
The elty haa no funds with which
to make permanent rrvalrs, so an
nnpeal mav he made to the l?rgo
oil companies to offer assistance."
Citu Brief a
C. W. Primer vice president of
the Security state l..u, U. ..nnmimrd
'esterday toat Major Alva .1 Nile
president of the bunk, had rcallv ,
turned from is Angeles It htta
M reported several times thnt
.Major Nlles w.is coming, hut be did
n it arrive until f sterd.n
I B, 'Jeorcc 1 1 turned fm -terdav
from DowllBa dre-en, K, v-here he
has been looking after oil Interest
'v n Hiandbei 1 v the Mechanic
and Metal National bonk of New
York City was In Tulsa y sterday on
Mi lora Kerr, stenographer at
tie Itnlon National bank, left yester
day for fpilngfleld. Mo. for 1 two
weeks' vacnii. u
n. a Mitrheii ,f Oklahoma city,
who was formerly connected wit It
the Union National hank to Tulsa,
was In Tulsa yesterday on business.
.f. F. Pll'hn. vice oretldc" of the
Fli-vt National bank at Wlnefleld.
Kans . was In the city yesterday on
fleorge 1. Travis, president of the
Klrst National bank at Claremore.
was a visitor In Tulsa yesterday.
ll. P. Lanham of the Consolidated
Cut Stone compan. Is confined In
the Oklahoma hospital He sub
mitted, to nn operation yesterday
AVIATORS HONOR summer school ends
REFINERY BANKERS' HOSTS
VICTORY MEDALS ARRIVE
Saptllpnn IVorlves Decoration Hon
nrlng Oversea Klffhtlius.
BAPTIUPA, Julv 2: Victory
medals are beginning to arrive In
Papulpa. nnd the first one was re
ceived at the home service office
t'd4' tnr Walter Steele. The medal
showed that Steele had participated
in the battles at St Mlhlel. Meuse
Argonne and a defensive sector.
These medals, which are being
Riven to nil men who saw service
overseas, are bronze, with a figure
of the goddess of victory on one
side, and the names of the allied
nations on the other. The ribbon
attached Is made tin of the colors
of the rainbow. ICach medal has
fur across the ribbon to indicate
the battles In which each man participated.
Tria Cnmpnny (ilvrs I.iinchi-oii to
Control National Official-,.
Members of the executive commit
tee of be Central National bank,
composed of the officials and part of
the directors, were given a luncheon
yesterday with the officials of the
Texas company, at the Texas Hefln
ery cafeteria. W. K. Holmes, su
perintendent of the refinery, showed
the guests through the entire plant
at the conclusion of the luncheon.
J. M. Ilerry, vice president of the
Central National b.mk staled yester
day afternoon that they were de
lightfully entertained, and that they
found the whole surroundings of the"
plant to be beautiful and well kept.
He said the cafeteria was one of tn
finest at which h had ever eaten
Three Planes Pay Mili
tary Tribute by Drop
With their motor throttled down
to a acarcely (udllde hum, I hu e
Curtlas airplanes .sailed i'wi bach
and forth over the Frisco station
yoslerd i afternoon as I final trib
ute to Albeit Newsom. 24 years old,
who was Instantly killed ,nndav
when 11 plane which he was piloting
fell about ,r,00 feet.
While large crowds of pedestrian
crowded the downtown sireels the
plane slowly circled and dropped
flower ami wren lb on the iiaggage
car. In which ttW remains had been
placed. The plane followed the
train aome distance from town atlll
dropping flowers Thl.i demonstra
tion Is the highest which fellow
pilots can bealow upon a fallen com-
Newsom was manager of a com- j
merclal flying field at Okmulgee at 1
the time of his death. He with
Robert Xlldklff flew from OkRIUIfM
to Tulsa and while doing stunts over
their landing place here the machine
which they were driving collapsed
Mldklff a body was shipped to his
home at Preatur, Illinois, last Mon
day. Two slstera of Newsom accom
panied the body of their brother to
I'nlon Poln tleorgl.i, where Inter
ment will take place.
NEW REGISTRATION RULE
Attorney C.oneral Deride Citizen
Must law In Count Six Month.
OKLAHOMA CITY. .Tuly 22
Ken though a ottlMD will he fully I
qualified to vote In the November I
general election, be may not vote
In the primary AugUHt .1 unlr he
has been a resident of the county at
least alx months. Attorney General
"-"reeling ruled today. Heglstratlon
booths will be reopened before the
general election and such person
may reglater at that time.
Hundreds of I. rude Pupil- ( limit lie
Sigh of MM 1 1 It ( In. lug of
A combined sigh of relief will be
In order from hundreds of grade
school pupils today with the closing
of the summer grade school Which
ha been In elon for the past six
week, and the dlt rlbutlon of the
fateful rgpOTi cards
Summer school wa held In the
Mark Twain. Washington. Kendall
I. '-well. HotaceMann, Cell Clinton,
and Osage schools from I o clock
until 12 1" However no rhll-l at
tended school during all thee hotlrl
as no one was allowed to tike RtOrg
than three sllbtec's Mn'-t of the
pupil were making up work in
Which they failed to pave: or MrhlCh
they missed thtough abseil. sick
There have been about HAa pupil
In the summer chiol for the .grade.
and Iht high school, with about .'."
I.M. hers. The work of the teacher
is credited on the four year schedule
Night school pupils will continue
In high school for three more weeks,
as their term Is nine week. The
hUt. -I ...l.. mmm ......... t
nsHMw m 001 oK pisrapw.j 1
. - ' 1 11111.1. nor 1 lira nie eeen
teachers In the high school faculty
for tho summer Htm
Marriage I .n-citNi-n.
Marriage llccti.- were Issued to
the foil. ..lug vcst.-ida) b the clerk
of count, court 1 lliimiihicy 1'sul,
ant iiennie Burrall, 24, Tulaa;
Lfaf,lea Montgomery. 27 and t'or
diii. B. Mullen. II, Itamona, W. C
Williamson. 27 and Ida I McNIcol.
24. Tulsa, (lenign .leanings, tl,
Roblnaon, III, and Nona Palo, IB,
DtWM Ol illxorri- writ' Rrftntrtl
. . r . i . I i tn 1 1 la I r I . t - , - In (inr.
Ki.i I'arsitnfi .tfMlitAt Marry Pfirnnnn: I
K;tir. i HiNv ajminM Aiin-ri Bra
Visitors to New York
are cordially invited to view
our exhibit of Diamonds,
Sapphires, Pearls and ICmeralds
in Artistic Platinum Settings.
E. M. GATTLE & CO.
PLATINUMSM1T1IS - JEWELERS
630 FIFTH AVENUE
Oppoaitc St. Patrick's Cathedral
fiood people often betxime dls
snflsflid with very goorl Imarrilng
places. Then tliey renew tlh-lr
Interest In the ,-ln.N-iflcd eolumns of
the Tnlwi World. (Main' MMn.
Girls! Buttermilk Turn Dull
Lifeless Complexions to
No fuss Just try It this new way.
Ruarantred. simply aak your drug
Howard's Buttermilk Cream
Absolutely Safe Tv
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SaAonTLP RCCUtATOa CO Pier f), Ani r,. I
for all purposes, Inejutlina In
sulaUMl ears for caeliiglK-ad gws
otine. DeNlimed mid built to
more tlian meet the uaoal i
& Foundry Co.
New York. Chicago. St. bonis
Let Us Help You
Plan the Decorations
for Your Home
Draperies Window Shades
In our store, wall paper is re
garded as having distinct decora
tive features and not merely as
something to cover walls with.
We sell it with due regard to its
suitability to this or that environ
ment or style of furnishings.
Last Three Days
of Bargains from the Boston Ave.
FAIR STORE SALE
FRIDAY, SATURDAY, MONDAY
Sale of Underwear at the Union
B. V. D. underwear, 2 to
each customer, PA
go at each? tJvFv
Boys' underwear, big box
to stltnt from, 1 An
joae tko'Ao at.
Boys and griritf 'tttJV.tf
gan union A Jkn
Boy's and girls' athletic
Men's spring needle, bal
$3.90 values in Panama
hats, entire Mezzanine
floor stocked with
Heavy double blankets,
gray only, I-J
priced at X
Boys' Palm Beach, knee
length pants, sizes fQ
up to ae 16 OIU
Keds, U. S. Rubber Co.
tennis shoes I tJv
Men's white duck Buits,
Men's belts, all shades,
SPECIAL! White duck
pair PJL lFU
Men's and ladies' hose in
bundle only P A
Straw matting suit cases,
priced at OitV
Khaki pants, youths sizes,
Dress pants, Je Qff
nice selection . . P 7D
Men's office coats,
sizes 34 to 44 P 1
250 Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits
All shades and all sizes included in this big offer of
Men's Suits, and they are (J- fl fTfi
big values at $1 laOU
Miscellaneous Specials-Bargain Prices
4 yards Qftn
10 spools O. N. T. crochet
4 biK ' QRn
100 hats, values to $10,
Corsets, a great
3 pair silk
Tahle No i
of All Sorts
Come In and take
your choir' of t hl
big lot at
50c Only 50c
Table No. 2
200 Pair Shoe
In hlifh anil low
shorn. Solid lea
ther. 98c Only 96c
Table No. 3.
500 Pair Shoes
A big lot that will
furf down lb' 11
C. of U ut
LET THE BIG ELECTRIC FLAG GUIDE
YOU TO THE
Tulsa Union Dept. Store
112-114 SOUTH MAIN ST.
Arkansas Junior College
Popular in Oklahoma.
Oklahoma fllrla Form a targe
Part of the Student Body at
4"rerrnt f'ollrire, Kurekii
Springs, Ark., In Ileeent
Romn yrars ago this LpsUtutlnn
announced Its sbandonrncm of dry
and uslea subjects In lis rurrlf'
ulum which hud born commonly
required in girls' colleges and
boarding schools Latin and higher
mathematics guvo place to practl'
cal aoursea in rooking, sewing.
child welfare, liygtens and other
useful sciences. In place of the tra
ditional boarding school rulss,
CfMeent IriiitfurHied the student
government plan which enabled
girls to feel liberty of action and
I responsibility for the conduct of
their schoolmates. The result has
been gratifying, whereas formerly
It was neceswiry to send out solicit
ors In the tmrnmcr to make up the
quota of 80 girls, all Crescent
spaces are now resorved early In
the summer, simply because the
modern methods employed there
have become known. Crescent has
become standardised by the state
universities and all work accredit
ed, t'nusual advantage are of
fered In music, art and expression.
The college owns a beautiful lake
and club house for the studenta
recreation. Kor catalogue and view
hook, address Crescent College,
Box W, Eureka Springs, Ark
Cottiwi Gabardine Cotton Gabardine Cotton Gabardine Cotton Gabardine
Skirt, $2.00 Skirt, $4.00 Skirt, $5.00 Skirt. $300
A Sacrifice of Skirts
A great special purchase of more than 1,000 Wash
Skirts at a fraction of their original cost, together
with a reduction on our regular stock to conform
to this special purchase, enables us to offer Friday
the most marvelous skirt Values ever offered to
the women of Tulsa. sUfcJ
Women' and MUe' Cotton Gabardine
Skirts Guaranteed Not to Shrink
200 Skirts in thin remarkable group shown In five distinct
models.' Every one made to nelt for $2J95 and $3.95
325 Skirts in this group, every one of the very best work
manship and fine quality, gabardine made to tetl for $5.00
A White Tun Skirt always looks smart and trim. These
cotton gabardine models offer real economy at $4.00
In beautifully tailored types, some trimmed with pearl
buttons. Formerly up to $7.95
A choice of several smart styles is offered in this group.
Unusual looking pockets, rows of pearl buttons or groups
of tucks give them a distinctive look. Formerly up to $10
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ADDITIONAL ATTRACTIONS INCLUDE JACK DEMPSEY
IN "DAREDEVIL JACK"-BIG"V" COMEDY-NEWS and MUTT&JEFF