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TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1920
RED CROSS WOMAN
States Congressman Is
Responsible for Ad
HOME SERVICE VARIED
Many Difficulties of Ex-Scrv-icc
Men Arc Ueing
HAITM'A, Auk. 10. - Ixjii Mc
Master, commissioner of finance,
stated loiliiy Hint Ilin city budget,
which fi been compiled rnently.
pUres tho VAluitlnti of Hapiilpa for
thin year nt 1 7. 3 1 7. 7 1 S. as mm.
p.ircd with 17,150,000 lust yeiu Thlri
in ii K.i I n nf tlAl.Tin. JkMuslors
declared Hint thin valuation will net
the city A,514.63, I(n stated, also,
Hint II will tnJ about II IK, 000 ("
operate thi city this )i.ir. The
operating erpenses nru usually
rnl'nil liy nntntnonllo taxes mnl if
llrn court fines. Tim police court
linen Mat ywir netted 118,000.
Hum Harris, manager of the
HniitliTii Ice nml I'tlllllcM rnmpniiy,
nnd prominent" llotm Inn, will entor
inln tint members of the lUiUry
Cluli nnd their wlvm with a water
melon feast nt 7 o' lock tonlKht nt
the Ice plmii; .Mr. 3tarrl tay
tluit he Hiiih ii carload nf water
melon from Texas nnd that he lias
I mil them on li tor' several dny
Kotnrliui Harris gives n watermelon
fonsl to thn llotarv dull annually.
Marriage llcenios wrr Irsued to
ilny to tho following I'mii I I'nrno
1" Tii'sa ami Mi- I'rnr Oror
Whtn paying credit "to whom
credit Ik due, prnle for 111" assis
tance of Congressman K. H. Howard
In adjusting claims of Tulsa county
ex-service men on the, government
Is warmly necorded by the count)
chapter, .I'-cordlng to Mm, Halllc
i;nlny, secretary of the homn ser
JJf forts of Congressman Howard
nre entirely responsible for souring
In nil 300 liberty bonds will' li ex
service men iubcrlbeil fur in the
army nnd never received. Mm lolny
Mid yesterday. Tln home ervlcn
rectlon hah never been able to seetira
a liberty tinn.l through Its own un- I
aided efforts or correspondence "
she said. "W hvn always hnd
to mil on Mr. Howard. I In usually
obtains n 'duo' bond for our office
wlhln four weekii, a short length of
time when the amount of red tapii
be unrolled I considered " I
Difficult claims lmvo also been
straightened out through the. office i
of Howard. Mm (lol.iy nddvd ;
"Whero quick nctlon on a claim la
entlal, we apply to Mr Howard
He ban shown unlimited patience In
filch assistance, gives his service
generously, nnd seems, to find no
task loo hard whero n former eer
vlcn man In concerned."
Three liven Into which Hie work
nf the home net-vice section brought
omo menmire of cheer on Monday
were that of a poor woman, for
whom the nectton received n chock
for U9 for the arrears In pny of
her eon who died in Krnnce, Just
married ex-service man for whom
a check for $320 tnme to the office
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JU.i 111 UMIU .Ill' IK'llt' llll''ll , '111(1
n youni; man vr.-.HIon.illj- handi
capped by war eervlce to whom the
Kocllon lent money on Monday to
"tide him over" until ho went Into
Tulea; William II Spearman, 21,
Mounds, and Mln Mnudo McKay,
Jameii Moore, a necro, narrowly
eacuped li.mij sround to piece
'neath a Krlsco tnr In the Krleco
yard tin inmnlnic win n he nt
tempted to hide from officer, w'no
ad been dinning him for G minutw
H I,. Liimpklu, nKro officer, had a
wnrrnnt tn urret Moore on a charge
.f robberv When Moore nw him 1
uiipro.ichltiK he ntarted in a run
bout 50 men and boy Joined In the
hne whl'h covered the mnlli
.tri.t.i nf the hllllneM n.ltt of town
Monre ran intt' ti.e frlneo yards nnd
pulled him from under the car Just
iih a SHllrh engine honked on. pre
paratory to mm lux the car. Moore
hnd etnlen nn apmn from Monnlir't
To give nun bath treatment to hi
patlenti a V'renrh phyidclnn ha In
vented a bath house equipped with
a lenn that follow tho motion nt
the ii n and concentrate It light at
nil hour of the day.
Houtli Aun'ralla hope to become
a producer of radium an It hun ill
eoveri'd depoMM of urar um
Presidential Campaifjn I
i UpCfl III VlfCtlfW i vuuy
PHK'AO') 'H 10- The 1520
pn.'id. i.tm .riiign will open
jhero In cutncut tomorrow night
Iwhen I'Vanklln I l:oivelt, demo
rrallc nominee lor leo president,
lannche the flml Mmrlng tour of
il'p muj-ir partleM Hh a npeecli l
It'ic iid lonum lhr.iT Klfty-ievn
l.iindivil llckttn hae bcn Imued for
the mcetlnit by tho f'oi It county ccn
You should tnkc advnntn(o of tho concessions wo ore malting. You can save 20
to 50 as our stoclt is slaughtered.
Big Money Raising SHOE SALE
Just Run -4- More Days
THE FOLLOWING ARE A FEW OF THE PRICES:
flnn lnt nf mIiiioh nnil nyfnrilq fti -t f I jtySzt
One lot of slippers, (J- Qp
18 dozen pairs women'a high and low
heel oxfords, up to $10 tf A QJT
values, choice iixJtJ
One lot women's pumps and (TQ OA
oxfords, choice t)00y
Ono lot womens' tics and ox- dCf iltZ
fords, choice )0JO
Clood houdoir slippers,
One lot women's Juliettcs, (Jey Qpf
Ono lot men's oxfords, values
up to ?D, choice
123 pniro of men's oxfords, (Iry Qp
values up to $13.50, choice J) i utJ
One lot of men's oxfords, values up to
315.00; nil leathers; dQ Or
Men's j'ood work shoes on sale at
$2.95, $3.95, $4.95
ALL HOSIERY ON SPECIAL SALE
O CiCff dOl-f-f on flN Childrens shoes, Tennis shoes and
jSJyo Jll High Shoes Not Otherwise Advertised.
Charlie Chaplin in "THE RINK"
Southwestern Brokerage Company
Is Now Slaughtering
Plush Coat Prices
Offered here is a great array of beauti-
iuny soit piusa coaia in spon lengtns wan
natty folds and belts, full length coats
splendidly designed in style features and
all of them arc beautifully lined with high
quality silk linings.
This Is Your Chance
The Wissman stock of the prettiest mer
chandise ever seen in the United States
must be sold at once. A sacrifice of
51 is being made on this stock.
To buy your new fall coat at least 100
less than today's prices. If you can't use
two on our lc sale basis, cut the price in
two for one coat.
Why Not Save Money on Your Fall Needs?
Use the Following Cost Mark in Buying Here
Extraordinary Bargains in Men's and Boys'
Apparel Mark This Sale as a Veritable
FEAST OF BARGAINS
Harvest Sale of Men's Overalls
You can save a dollar on your Car
hart and Sweet Orr Overalls and
jackets in this big sale. Union made
Blue Buckle Overalls
specially priced now at.
Harvest Sale Prices on Manhattan
Extraordinary values are these white
and striped Manhattan Shirts in all
sizes and priced
g Sale ef fas
60 Men'o Summer
This lot represents a good
selection of s u mmcr
clothes which we wish to
close out. They havo re
ceived a big cut to sell at
150 Men's Summer
Tretty patterns in light
weaves for summer wear
which we refuse to carry
over. Get yours today
The Wissman stock was bought in the United States bnnkrupt court with
the following cost mark :
r BROTGU AMZE
B. V. D.
Men's genuine red label
B. V. D. underwear, a
big special in this great
Harvest Salo .Q
Hart Schaffner nnd
HarU Schaffner and
Marx always has and
always will mean style,
quality and durability
clothing. That's these
summer suits all over,
plus low prices at
100 dozen boys' under
wear lias been placed
in this Harvest Salo at
the almost unbeliovo
Dresses, Blouses, Skirts; Sweaters, Kimonos, Lingerie of the very highest
grade merchandise possible to find in even the Inrgc metropolitan stores is
being offered in this great bankrupt sale at prices which can only be found
under similar condition. Anticipate your fall needs and buy now!
Extra Spccial--$2 Bathing Suits $1
As an extra special attraction wo are offering two high grade $2 serge
bathing suits in this great bankrupt sale nt only $2.01, or if you wish but
one take your selection of any of these .?2 bathing suits at one- (I? 1 AA
half price or only rxU
Southwestern Brokerage Co.
Men's Union Suits
12,000 Men's Union
Suits, sizes up to 40. a
Special, at .
Men's Khaki Shirts, all
sizes, in a very good
grade material and fine
Men's Union Suits
Men's Union Suits, in
sizes 44, 46 and 48,
good quality material
each, (g-f -t 9
Hyland Tailors 1 6 West Third Street Orphcum Theatre
Growing Tulsa's Growing Store
11 Department Store fiff
tff 112-114 South Main Street fWLl
Lew CoduRialto Today
One of the most popular players
In tho movIeB 1h Lew Cody, vho has
been eeen In Tulsa In many1 notable
productions, chiefly anionic them be
Incr "Don"t Change Your Husband,"
and "Tho Unlovrd ChPaler," and who
now comes to tho Rlallo Theatre to
day In hli very newest-oddity, "The
Lew Is declared to be the most be
loved man In American picturen Ho
Is mid to have made some of llieni
Bad nnd Home of them Bl.nl, but 'hey
all loved him from dainty debutantes
to the doubled chinned matroni.
Lew Cody firmly cstAbllshed him
belf as the greatest lovo-maker of
the screen In "The Ueloved Cheater",
a plcturo which scored a tremend
ous success. In "Tim Butterfly
Man" he sustains this reputation to
the satisfaction of even the most
carping critics, Ills love-making In
trigues arc exposed after a meteoric
career achieved through the sacri
fice of his mother and sisters. His
regeneration takes placo after si
reels of Interestlns action-
The picture story of McCutcheon's
popular novel Is one of the most
beautiful ever screened. Tho set
tlnpn, because of the rarlfled society
atmosphere, lend themselves easily
to a, delicacy of treatment that Is an
achievement In Itself and marks a
further advance In the rapidly pro
greasing art of the silent drama.
Women Kvorywbero x
Women everywhere will be Inter
ested to know that this remarkable
photoplay, besides holdlnc for them
a special Interest because of the
drama's theme and the ;reat beauty
and variety of the gowns worn by
the Interpreters of tho leading femi
nine roles, also registers another vie
tory In their long fight for emanci
pation. Tho picture was directed by
a woman the celebrated screen ,
author, Ida May I'arkc Her work I
shows that woman can meet man on!
an equal basis In the world of art
and give him pointers.
Una L'nlvcrwil Appeal
The appeal of the latest Cody pic
ture Is not limited to any one class,
however. Its appeal Is universal.
Men, as well as women, will view
with astonishment the great "Rom
Cotillon" scene, depicting a society
function In the elaborate ballroom "f
The scene, which cost about JJ5.
000 to film, shows more than four
hundred finely gowned men and wo
men, Twelve thousand roses, of
every shade and variety, and hun-l
dreds of fern plants and beautiful!
greeps were used In the decoration
of the ballroom.
Tonso Dramatic Interest.
Dramatic Interest Is Intense whea
eight little tots, seated In the basket
of a balloon from which they nr
throwing roses on the guests danc
Ing below them, are endangered bi'
flamen which break out through tht
c.reless use of a match. This enl-
code gives Cody an opportunity to
appear at his best How he reaM!
uip i-uuureri wuuo me nunnrenp "1
quests are too horrified to move r.
mains to be seen to be appreciated
Incidentally, in the actual filming it
tne action, Mr. Cody sustained sevcr
burns about the hands.
The ballroom scene Is perfect (n
every detail. To obtain the desired.
ertect, tne uasnier company, whirc
filmed the picture for Robertson.
Cole, employed the services of twr
art directors, Milton Monasco and
Frank Ormstrom, leaders In their
profession, Monasco, a designer o-d
mural decorator of note, was aw"
ed many medals at the San K' n
cIsco exposition. Ormsirom t
graduate jf leading art school (
the old and new worlds.
Low Cody In "The Butterfly Mi"
is at the Rialto tpday Advt.
8 W. 5th Cedar 1593
Ita Tho Tone Tliat Tells
An Old Sore
does not heal because the pus,
which Is continually forming, pois
ons the surrounding flesh.
Antiseptic Mealing Oil
Stops the formation of pus, de
stroys the polxm and heals the
core. It Stops Tain and Heals at
at the Same Time.
DOo OOo 91.20
TIME IS WORTH
$ $ $ $
Save your time
Plymouth Drug Co.
WUl call for anil deliver your
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