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The Morning Tulsa daily world. (Tulsa, Okla.) 1919-1927, July 25, 1920, FINAL EDITION, SECTION-A, Image 11

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SECTION A.
TULSA DAILY WORLD. SUNDAY. JULY 2T. 1020
11
LOSS HALF A MILLION
Tw,nt,.,w liuii.unff, Bt DgsJkSxSjfce,
Trxaa, DeMrefOI hy HnmcM
Had o rin imratu.
rOM WORTH, Thiw, jiy 4.
A hunk, thror- hotHa and two rtrun
t..r.s wro nv.troy,.., by firV which
P,,t thrcp l.ka of the buaincas
district of Ir-Knmona, In the Tothm
oil flolrtu T!:.- oq wn(1 osn,,,.,!,.,! a,
njulf a million dollars.
In nil 2 hualm-aa futabllnhmonti
Woro dratroyod. Thn fire staflrrt In
aj.nrim r. H'uranl hulMlnit at J: so
o'rlork thla morning and waa not
areoght under control until nearly
noon today. No fire fighlln equip,
ment la available at poadrmoaa,, for
merly known aa Hog Town, and
dynamite was uaed to flatten o'lt
bulldlngl In tho path of the fire. No
one waa Injured
CHICHESTER S PILLS
OFFICERS COMMISSIONED
iljiitant .iii'nil llnrrrtt Adndnla
Ion, Oath nt ruwhiik.
DHeetef mi MiM
OKLAHOMA CITY, .Inly 14.
Charles K. Ilarretl, adjutant general,
totlay commissioned provisionally
the officers of the third battery of
light artillery of the Oklahoma M
tlotml guard, being orgnled at
1'iwhuska. They are: Charles A
Holdall, raptaln. .lames It, I'aasell
ami Jams M Carrier, flral lieuten
iiiin n i Joaspn WaiKer .hi. i Hsrbsrl
It. Herri, second lleuti ii nits The
I'lttslitirg battery wax SCespttd IMC
the state service l.iat nlnht by the
adjutant general.
The flrat battery of heavy artillery
to be organlaed In the stale "III
h" mustered In at Bnld Tuesday
night by OtBSrel Ilarretl.
lA m ronkimii Rai
SOU) BY MUGOKTS Fttmniirl
m
WONDERLAND
ii
Musical Comedy Vaudeville Pictures
OPENING SI NDAY TWO WKKKS
Billie Wehle's Distinguished Organization
THE INTERNATIONAL REVUE
A Big, Breezy Musical Comedy Company of the
s Better Class
raattauita
J. Y. Lewis, Eccentric Comedian, the Lewis Trio,
Harmony Singers, and a Brilliant Supporting Company
With ;irl.N and n)s Wlio Slug niHl DOMS
1 . - PtOSXft tVogNB. buudn) .111,1 Moiulay 1 cat urea
"The Lost City"
pnotnM iin;i:s tii.sday
LYRIC say
Hoot Gibson
"SHOOTIN KID
ROOT FOR "HOOT" THE SMILING
WHIRLWIND
The Two-Fisted Boy With a Smile
A t'orkliur 101 Illaon Npoolul IViilinv
ALSO TODAY
Helen Gibson
"OVERLAND EXPRESS"
With Dunn,: IloriU f Arllon
and Martin Johnson rnwiiK
"LONELY SOUTH PACIFIC MISSIONS"
WlH-rc two i ..! fi at jut men stniggh' for tile miuIh of wimtm
Miii (ininly In
"THROUGH THE KEYHOLE"
Latent novelty in the line of blight, snappy, wholewnno, laughing fun
LATE PATHE NEWS WEEKLY
Houston, Fible
& Company
Of H tnasj citv. Mo
MgMBBRfl HKVf TORK
PToCK RXCHANClg and CHI
caho BOARD OF TRADB,
Stocks, Honda, tlratn and Cot
Ion. Htandaid oil and Sub
sldlary Stuck. New York and
rioaton Curb Liberty Honda
lloiight :i ikI Hold 1'ilvale Wirea
( HAS IV CHOTriH-TT. Mgr.
Teh ptwrnr -nc H'joo . it
BM Fourth St , Tulsa, Okln.
STSnBSmB mm wni. .! i 'mm is
tp ' . i. ri lil'r'wi pjlB "-
ELECTRIC PARK
Take a Red Fork or fVapulpa Car
SPECIVL SUNDAY
Musical Program
By Electric Park Concei t Orchestra
In Band Stand, S p. m. to 8 p. m. r
I DANCING, SKATING, BOATING and
Other Outdoor AmutemenU
Merry-Go-Round for the Children
WILL T. DAVIS, Manager. 1
MAJESTIC
Beginning Today!
lliil' ADDED A l TKAC'riON Ii p,," I
INI 11 1 I Th'' I,1Iini,,st ff,rr '"V'r fUmed- A riot of ,ol,Kh,'r- I r'1'! - 1 ty'tl i
HAROLD LLOYD I 5iSr
I III ill II I" hurry-up romance of humor, smile and joy. I 'i'1!'''!'! I ''''i'h' ''iiii
"l-RQM HANI) TO '0U'iil ' A" Ill6ll
ANNIVERSARY WEEK!
1
The utmost car has been
exorcised in the selection of
the Birthday program at the
Majestic this week, and
more than thirty new pro
ductions have been critically
reviewed.
While many were extra
ordinary offerings, "Below
The Surface" with Hobart
Bos worth was chosen for its
unusual excellence and
dramatic worth. It is un
questionably one of the
greatest photo-dramas ever
made) its story Is power
fully felt, and the undersea
scenes are simply astound
ing. t
I am sure that no matter how
great your expectations are,
you will not be disappointed
in "Below The Surface."
Ralph Talbot
BART
Gaumont News
Topics of
The Day
Majestic
Orchestra
'IIiom. I,. Ilcrrlek, director
I i in hi i, .in ls'KK. i ii.. i in-1
EXTRA!
Mi. l.il I "Kmc- in. M of
Tulsa's l'opulur llurtunio
ARTELS
DICKSON
Mr. PMkSJBSJ will sing today
at 8:1(0, M, Mi
Screen Time:
ll.SS, ISiSO, S, S:S0, 5,
6:150, S, S :S0
Prices!
Ixnrar Floor ROe
UAlixinjr SS
Itoxna, LaisjM T5c
Refreshment Matinees Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
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