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fBE Ti T. da ii v Tu i d. bTTn r. spa v , .ir i. V
red welsh now is
I holding nil llii' ttii)r and 1 wn doing
. th fighting Tnew fori, 1 think th
dtvlaintl was ROI full I nit,'
Ill,- N.ii Dulling, d
Bill hit hurt hi right bund in th
bout, but otherwise wga it") i - u i -1
inui hi egcopt i u - fi bi ubn a , n t r
- aii ti id Umttn "I'' grgd tb(
WON 20 ROUND BOUT FROM . ',
riTflHl'. ON Pk'.VF.fcR R!
eft hoaki lo th ', fallowed b it
right gwlng In the Kino pat Welsh
appeared tl" fieahrr ( tb
milling whop H i 1 " c guutiued,
Ri U'NJ) PTVH
Itttehl g.u on to 1 lit fac. W ish
fiilll with n lift lu Hi" gw Itllehl
then now u Mm ght 1 ih an and
lienvs I" di blow Kit' hie furcd the'
decision.
Wu Not ft Knock Down 111 tb 30
ENGLISHMAN WAS CLEVER
Rounds of Exceptionally
Good Boxin."
gutua gpruad iha opinion timt
in u rinih fight. The Wlhrnan' ,
footwork Mid dodging were u,ul kei i
1 luii tlm American 'a MM ha prefcrri 1 ,
niui ii f Hie time i" gt i" 1 Iom 1
ijuarti r, w hei a Btti lii could kite 1
Iiim powerful swings. Tin re WU ill- (
together too much holding through
"ut in planed iim Btngllnh spectator
Itrti lile forced Hi- righting in th r
la four rounde hard for 1 knockout, h
wliil,- w. plainly wan playing lull
ni 11 daclatun "n pmnt-
nelllled I
h'e 1, ft yi "1
,1 evil Wi leh'
he
m: UN,
nd h d 1
1111 ii. 11 11
The HUceaM f 'he affair 1 likely ro lid
ercd
Hi'
.11 will an. I
WILL NOT QUIT THE STATE ml - ' '
lag conteet between Ounhont Smith the work uf both lighter ill 1
ami Qeorge t'arponticr, the KYench led beer vers cnnaiunl and sharp
champion Smith n gin n warinlllrat 01 the fighting bod been bndi
jONDON July 7 'i Welsh reception w hen introduced tonight fighiln . ending In clinch Wi li
, 1 , ,. The offtcee of Father lluudiw In appeared lo bi in lo hueband
lightweight champion of Knglund, to- kl gUrb aa wnnouncer wan ., strength In I nche lie then
night outboxed Willi llltohlo, the novelty, but 'he expected appearance pui ": more eteam and gave lb
America! champion, and on tba ref. nf battallona women flgaled to a Anierleun good bods blow and
eree'a decleion, won tba light weight I mere hundred or go. Tho American aociw 1 rreaiier at ine end tnan at ine
1 hampionahlp of the world. contingent Included nan) iheatrlcal beginning 01 me rouno,
The finhi took pi t Ulympii people Among other were the mam-I HOUND KINK
end iIih H.000 gpectatora witnessed a iiere of the Harvard mid Onion boat Welah forced the fl hilng opening
fnsl 1,11,1 , I, , r I I II. 11. I.I f...,. , I-..WH. Main ,,I t he llo hllllx sal '. n a on i iim imr pl
unrk n,l h Infiahtliur mm un. In Urn rlnnUi u AlA eoverul oleriO'- I h h ......
nouncod feature. The Hinluli vie- 'men.
tory Aaa , heel I I" 1 he e.-lm. uli In, mjli 1 ItOt'ND
EXPERIENCE
Md cara are His Mntlal
pot m . in the propei noving of
pienea and fttuaehold goeda
Item Un in niln.1 u ..1 give ua
a trial Let u oam m. yu
of ih eecollnncB of nur acrvlou.
Rum rru-. gftMe ligrge or
emuil Moving vain, have
IX cf tham. Wu all, 1 pai'k.
hl( im t etore h' Uei hald goodg
af every daajripiiun.
TULSA TRANSFER
AMD STOK (it CO.
111-14 Hoath Beuldgr,
HMM 179.
repeeled, K 11 , In
1 1.. h 1 onMnuall) t I ling xhort, w hllc
Welah, mi .Hun a luiviiH pace, t
eoverul blowe lo the bod) and gol the
beei of the lu-flghtlng Thla wua
wiMi 1 1 ound,
HOI.'ND T1CN,
ii h fori 1 'i ' he 1 ighting,
tlnla urilil tllsM.I inn aln.ilik! I hii 1 W'l'lsli iiim; the tilXM a . . I I,' a 11
American epectatora at the decleion, eognor I riglnally entered Welch
becauee neither man wag beated at ln 11 few blow In u clinch which
lli,, iinmii I lnimodlatol followed Itltchle re-
Although Welah eoorod tba moat kponded with a atraighl to the Jaw,
owe, thoae of the American appeared !,n'"f,Hn ' "" "Vl'
b- more telling, . Ibebetter of thenrgunje nt.hm,
Mne Kctlibilion, l!vred aevernl hod) blown,
li wan a fine exhibition of b"ing. I ROUND TWO,
L..,,... ,.. ,i,.. i ,,.i . Hit, lit,, amuitui km ill with his i mht
the m niggle during the laat mg and miaaed. He waa cam n n mi " '"'i' " ,
-- - i . ..... , i , . i-.i.,, . r.- h. .l.Hiii. In the e lichen. Ill hie again lulled to i
Welch wan quicker and tapped Ritchie Weleh g,.i in i vlcloua jaba In lha
repeatedly on the face, finally draw- in-flghtlng.
Ing blood. Tim American tried con- ,,. '' ii .i-.i-.
; t ror ; Mb u. but either he JSSA offi
waa chi.i i or Welab gol Ineide or un- , , eIoM .,..,,.,. Wclah got in
per tne awing. . ,.,,,,!,. 0f lube Rltrhlu retaliating
Ritchie cried when the decleion waa , ., ,.ft to jBW, welah fol-
Fmn agiinct mm. Hi' i-eru.seii to I .. i . ., ..,,.lt ,,, eame epol
Th
bghtly on the fai i Rlti ble was again
cautioned fm- holding.
ri iiJNu wu
ii
ulll IK I "It I M
i i i iii' i it i itowroK
.v MAIKI
m;v 1 1 1 . Juh v .la. mi- i-
lluili!,, pieaident of the N, w I'ork
ring , w Haven a- Haiif.-m railroad com.
iricnicai) en i in ine I- jaw ne i,,,-., ., ,1US , p., si,l. nl
I'nliil i. lie in lllli Hie n laini'iic UK1" ,,. ,1... I',,i,,n Si M.n. i.iii..,,! l,.,la
tendered to tlie exi - committee
f Hie New llmeii hl i eaigtia tlo II, 1"
talk I" his dreeatnn room, l ut later
HI IiIh hotel he ggld
I do iit inii nd i" make a 'hollar',
i mi i jo think ii'- wonel i ehould
arm I Iowa, elafa had the bi tt r of
Ihl He i, i thus far.
Hi U NI) KLE i N
Wi-iaii, who came ii amarllv,
I tile M .
eh Ihe n't
lii.tnelv Willi nis I in i il;l The
fil htlng ww bard and. fuat, Ritchie
regaining noma of bis ginger,
B it NO Tv KM IS
, Nil goored a bn hook on
Rlti lue s n k. Kit. hie repeatedl) led
i ill hard b fl-haiub ra bill Weigh w:im
aiwaya too quii-k for them, The
Welshman scored three or four
round ended wuh Welsh landing punchee in Ihla round but the) aeemed
i . , i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , ulion en I lie ,- n n 1 1
gotten wai
a
li aw. W, isb w as
Welah f.
Hit
'or Hi
I..
Tie II
IIJLSA-SAID SPRINGS CHAUTAUQUA
SAM) SI'WIM.S AUK
rroKi-.-.m frr Wednasdag and
Tim rettey
Afternoon
Bntertalnnent Prelade
Till. OAMBRIDOE I'hAYEr.u
In tho lent oi Song and Drama
Lecturo
' THR OBANOIHO ORIF.NT''
si iclli E IKEMOTO
A brlUlanl intcriirotaticit of tlx
Ji.iianofr nneftton.
OHIXDBEai'g HOUB Uwayi Oooil
Admiion a:. , ' nl, i liildrrn i ". i , uti
E'
Concert Batartaiaaiant
Tin: OAUBBIOOE PLAYEEB
Tho licit
91 thulium.
A.liiiaien iH
Thursday
Aftrrnoun
I'lel, ilfl Kllll i'A l.ilUMlt
THE VENETIAN .SIMIER3
Paraten Dny Addreai i
"WHAT UNCLE KAM IS POINO
1'OK TH'' FARMEB AND
ills WIFE "
PangreaanuuB Wat. P, Borland
CHILDKENS HOUll Alu :.yH Good
Adatiaiion 15 cent. L'liildreu ifi wnte
Entrrtniinnciit Pri-imle
THE VENFTIIAN MMIERS
I'l .11 .
HIE SHIN OF THE
CHOSS '
geeaea Praacii O'OoanaU,
Admlimion :i& cent Children 15 n-nte
Majestic Theatre
l a-i Day nf item in l', i i , in i . 1 1 1, for
VOI NU I. Mill s- MIMNION.Ull sill II I V
"JOSEPH S TRIALS IN EGYPT"
"MONACO"
i hurtttlay-
i s I
H I (.nil R" I-., in in for
in i lean oonui.
,ili
In 11,11
can w ho sin. wen groat elumlnu
IIHl'Mi THTRTKBN .
Ritchie einarteued up and landed
two mi ra itli i rig hia on tin face and a
si arp upper. -iii. The American rorced
lite fighting all through the round,
Welah slewing u(i conaidorutily, n
w .is a good i ound, all iii favor i 1
Kit' hie.
nul NO Fi R'BTBEN
The Anierleun g"i in a abort lefl
the rtghl The fight! ,m was i:,-,t and
la . ,. i,i the end of the round. Tins,
like Ihe preceding, was Ril hie'e
ii ml.
ROI'NO FIFTEEN.
The find halt of the round was n
huggl g match with iioth men work
ing hard In the cllnchi a, W lah tri Ing
in wear bla upponenl down. There
v ere a couple i' ralliee bul no datu
Hgc was done, The round waa even.
in IL'NO SIXTEEN,
rei i It Ing a good tap on Ihe face The
i simian ducked a terrific rlgbt-
eghibitlnn of boxing k Welch, who
played entirely to 1 1 face, while the
American tried for a body knockout
Ri IC'NO SEVENTEEN,
ThO nun again went Into a clinch
at Ihe Mound ot the g'.ng- Upon
I leaking Kit. ine landed a hard left
hand sung on the fuce nnd followed
n with n aoriea of aharp bod) blowa.
Itltehfa puahed the fighting anil ap
peared a gtronser man Webih cov
ered well and was tie, iiuick for bia
i ppi nt.
ROUNO EIGHTEEN,
Kit, lue bled tram the lip, This
was a u iy foal round, in which
strength againet quh-kneee continued
t, be dleplaycd, bul the Welshman
i nt a little the best of It.
ROUNO NINETEEN.
I ty . :sn was getting i lie tipptuuac, i.e.
wnh ih wil, I. in
lake P If 001 rti.gl.Ht In.
Alter t he meeting .' the ommittce
.M r. 1 1 uat is san i
"J gi , eptad the pi i udi nej nf Iha
RoKlun & Maine be, a UK- Ihe dircctorg
of thai roud were good in. .ugh to '..v
they believed thm ni) eaperienec for
evei al m.,is iii railroad w..il. In New
England could be uaod to advantagi In
the preweui altuaUon it is a work
J I net ell el s aplondld 'I lOltunltlPM I"'
aeiviee and one that appeala atrongl)
Ii is nnddvlood no ailceeaaor lo Mr.
1 1 . atlg is hkelv to Iii i ni aome
Hal IUUm Ik Dead,
i.l' plague, was atruck I decci tiding
'levator welahta and I lied h,ie in-
da) when he entered . pit under the
elevatora of a hank i hiding, where
l.e had api end tat poleon,
Itidlef to s nig.
i'iiii.i.i'i:i.i'iii v. tii
Pltlgena Permanent Relief club ol
Phlludoiphia today i ihorlacd Umi
ernor Walah of Macsa. h meita to draw
n for 6,000 for in.- relief uf tin
fferera of I he Balem fire.
LOCAL M IRE EN
pin
Sensational
Suit
S al g
IJOIIKU,
Woivtui
W'lii'ii vim I'Hjisidur lual w e Itifludi
-r, nul i'm ii liHi'riiiK tin- fitipfcvl ii
ilifii v mi w ill agriu1 w ii li ii -
oauli Mini even Wtoo1ph Suit in our
Blue KergeH and HJat'k uiifiniuUcd
iiim c iisr tlir word "Ni'iiHntiou"
lilr WlHIr
HdvMlv. Vis this in ii UK A L ItWll LAH MIT SALE, om
vhu r lhll.ir dix'H ihiiv Hiii' uud h I'-'ilt' t iuios,
N'ote tlicof lioiui ritle 8uH Ht'di
IhhIvus of liifU tiiilnrt'd idnthiuir.
rllnlls nil Si
ml
mil ami
THE PRICES TELL THE STORY
$10.00 and $12.50 Suits now $ 6.85
l.S.oo and 16.50 Suits now 9.90
18.00 and 20.00 Suits now 12.75
22.50 and 25.00 Suits now 16.65
30.00 and 35.00 Suits now 1.9.95
Every Woo en Trouscr in Our House
Proportionate Reductions
at
"Excelio"
Shirt Sale
is On
Stetson
( !rosse(
Oxford Sale
M y Moll I Mill I. All!
I. ill i; P.VH i "i un
MM It.
PI
I'll I
na Ihe fuvorlte with tin , i,.wd. I 1 1 anti a
Itlli hi.- was lining the inrhtim;. Welsh ! "me to be ,,i
Many mi n here of the local ord r of
llka will attend the fiftieth annual
meeting of the grand lofts, held In
Denver, beginning July 11 and laatlng
through Uio nub .1 . M'. Woodford,
member of the grand lodge, will rep
reaeni the Tulau lodge al Ihla meeting
have .. n adi Blurred to I lent 1 r, inc. 1 1
nd at b ast t
1 1 i 4
K !Z YW MM
il -air jit m
KM K JET .-is," Jkr A-T.
y A y ill li
LRA I I N I Mil m mm; ro.
I PI lllli. Mgr
that if made of canvas.
Anythitn
nvelS. Nnthllig Hill"
I'lll.lll' III
ind Hi
lbb
'I,.
Ill; M Iiim.
1 hern urn going In
1 the w hole w ,, k n ;
landed a right on the race and got aeaBion. 111 Having Bireauj si. men
one In relarn There was a amart are E. T. tJatrell r bar lee Nell, ('. I)
rally ln which the bonora were even, I Jenal, J, II. mnll and IVIIIlaiii Smth 1
IlOl'ND TWKXTV. I Two upeelul tralmi will go from Ok-
They itarted bilging 11 hard with lahoma to the coi tlon One trom
I.., ih h. 111. is for the body. Welah Muekogee will In erae the Knty and
dodged a. tierce lefl nppercut and gave Santa l?e rouda, ind ihe one from Ok 1
the American aharp leftg on the check, lahoma City will go the whole way
The fight onded with the awlfteat kind ! ever Ihe Uool, Island, This ahowi
nf work, tho Welahmun preulng thelbow big the Okle.li ma delegation will
American around the ring in the laat be, and II la expi led thai quite 11 1
few aeconda. He waa carried out of number td Ihe delegatea will mala
the arena amid great cheering, after I their own conm lion, going by way
being declared Ue winner on points. " eanaaH City. Imong the men .-nil
II H ' 1 :
Aiwpl Offer ol Maltc Race. Williiim u 1 Reg 8 Walker.
HAKTFOHD, Conn., July 1. An- secretary of I mil lodge.
nouncemenl was made tonight that 9no of 'he apeclnl tralna leaves Ok
the Marlon stake offered by the hthoma Clt) al ! 19 o clock a, m.,
American Aasociation if Trotting ronv, juit 1 1. una reacnee in
II,, rue II,-. ,.,l, , I,, I... run .1 II,,. I Hie InllnrtlliM illll ..' Hie gllllie lie;
Charter Oak meeting of the grand
clreull on Lgtbor Oaj week lias beam
accepted by the Connecticut fair ae
aoeiaUon. 11 will he run September
"' is at the
HOTEL
TULSA
Where Important men in
every branch ot bug! mm
gather.
"YOU'LL FIND HIM
HERE."
Every convenience
Mode ni Life.
of
MOW BR A
Undertaking Ce.
SERVICE
Plumes 329-86-9$ I
r
liny ot Night flume 16M,
STANLEY & McCUNE, Funeral Directors
1.1 West i hlnl Mm t
Tulaa Oklahoma,
Detroit
Hotel
hi -111 Mil 1:. AMY, i 1 -mi:
Newly I uruislied Illinois with Kunning Wilier
ami Private llallia.
Kimuhh 11,10 Dealred,
Hates Itedueed Ourlng Summer
I'll i.l an. 1 Detroit PttOM 4.MII
i
month, wlun th.
Mr. Neil! will re
METROPOLITAN HOTEL
Rooms bv Day or Week Modern
SECOND AND BOULDER
AT THE THEATRES
Mi M'KIMiK.
i
10, The siake is in t . 1 divialona for
three-year-old trottera and paceia,
and is valued al 18,000, ft is under
gtood .11 trottera ami in pucera have
been entered.
It lie fl-ntll .tl'.e Kngl'i' will lellte al e, .,!.,, ,11,111 , .,1 S.i M.I Si. 1 nil
ncloek a. 111 , Saturday, and po"lbl pilI.k j..,, , n the limelighl of
1 ' 11 a ". In Kansa- ' 'it v nr 1 11; hi limn ... , i, , , ,,..i,, .,,,.1 iv. ,,,..i...
reaching Oei
.lane 1:
In, k Mnreh,
lab I trUfl liji-.
WA8HINOT' . J ily I Mar ; v.
the M'lf-tu ught Inndacnpe painter, died
htW In, lav al the aire of 77. after all
V More Boxing l touts. tlineaa ol toui mon na. Ilia landaeape
OIBQO, CalV, Ttils 7. Mayor I 'otka are In iiiant KAllerica ami pn-
Ite I'l, II, I the
ORDER PURE ICE
Our Ice is made (rum dis
tilled water taken from
deep wi lls.
Tulsa Ice Co.
Phone 12.
ARCHER IIPHOL TERY
s
Charlea O'Neill today nerved notice
on local boxing proinotera that no
more bouta Would he permitted until
a new ordinance hue be n paaeed. The
hgin game atari ed during the winter
with four-round I la. Later ln-
round bouta beentne popular, and July
I a 110-round affair was ataged be
tween Leach Croea and "lted" Wat
eon, a 10 -round bom for Prlday
nit' ht bus bei n ca ncelled.
II
HI BI "C
THE BEST KtHNLD GASOLINE IN THE CITY
,1. s. Cowlcn & Company, Tulsa ifinery, liitrli
gvadv, refilled gasoline. Pigiu'e the mileage on your
gasoline, then compare the power between n al gaso
line and inferior grades.
r Rpprei iate jwnr patronage.
Free Service Free Air
New Site Auto and Supply Co.
"GOT EVERYTHING"
116 118 South Boulder. ?hone 1849.
,1 h
f in, iiimitl II
OAYTON, O.,
I regular and gilbatltutea nf th
cinnatl Nationala wenl hltlcai
So llll-
f l it II M W
' 111 I III M M
n, i
today in n exhibition gam, with the
Dayton Central league team which
Dayton wet, i to l.
II H IA I.
W.I V HI I
Mil M ill I .
I.l I VI :
PI II
constantly ariaing between On I nlled
Bin tea and Japan afford the kcenegt
intereal to all a lea n.s.
Beh hi i. Ik, inoto ha won high
recognition .''c an eloquent apcuker
I nth in Japan and America, l''"
Chautauqua platform and his Inter-
i
i
- 0 .
I
I nrnii m, KefMi Iriug
I b.r kflti siting
Hone UccuMtlng
I'lione :ti".i:, : r, In r
i:i in
I I M I Wll -I kill I XII W- M IIIINl, III 1lt.
PHOE 3293
MKKM Vi.l.lt hi I : I I l'X Mi SIGHT s RVM I
' i N 1 1 1 III N H.
WONDERLAND
TODAY
I llltgl aptl s,i . nil I hi
l-'-aliire
Toil
The Poor Folk's Boy
n Inlerrmllng Drama with
Karl Inline.. Anm- Hl-ttaffer,
Paul u tin- .ml i.i urge V.
si.nili v.
Itt- engeanre ol lltr
Vaqucro
hi Hie
I..I
,,l II'. I Mi III
hah III I o.
1. 1 Other toH.ii rii lines
h w it h one b
,i.. Tills. i fi ml.,
f i item made a i . la
gone, "blew ;
w hile be ne i i l hem made a ralae not keep up the mti ri al on the mort-
,,f 1100 ami they l,lh left last i,a.-lit gagn on their little hoim ami few
for Detroit .'ii"' . while (key ex- acrea of land has burdened the per,-
peel to resume their trade gg atatton- on f'"- .vats. Bradley, win, in. his
ary engineers. Both ahd n ine to Hu- mortgage, is a brutal money-
Tulsa fr .in CalWoi nla. grabber, ami hounda ihe farnll) con
The appeared at th,- humane of- Nnuallj The fmthei dlea, leaving
fil e Mn nih, . in,, I a.-keil f,.r snmithne tin- WidOW, hate, ami Ben, their .sen. The
This I
M .ll s li I III I III .
In Hie multiple I'd feature. ' Jn
'ph'a Trials In Egypt." we h.i , a
I ieet nf un e gtrength
Niieitui, almoni wierd, way in
IHE ONLY GENUINE
TURKISH EATBS
in lie oMj In ha-, ne in of Hie
hisi Nan,, nul Hank Building,
Open Day and iyht
Ttiortiughl) oompetettl and paper
ii'iu i ii Itnaai ai -.
t,, Iim. ni .. iii pIi..i.i u ll'ii in k'-ep ui the int, f st ni-i men- hi. Ii i he mil . i . n' -. m a in h vis
from hi sister se,in thai he bad fleinc almoal e rv cent lliev cantlacd make n mid Imi'tessn n on
IT.'i. hla part nf an estate, on ip poalt laJtC and set ia the , r, ' .ins hn me mind Pol lowing la a l.rhl nn pajg
in Michigan Hat the eilppb kin one day and finds llradbv has to ken nf the atory :
nf no n.n that I ihl git the ; hi dog Broken hearted the lad goea Joseph is gold Into slavery by his
bunm) hire I to Hrudie deiounds his dog ha k ktaloua brethren lie attracta the at-
Humone agent Weloh wired the all. I and la brutally refused Thai night tention of big masters wire. rbo
ter in insiiuei ti ink to wire gome the boy hems Bradln) tall hla ne ther when he repuleea bar advaneen, hue
money to the hank here. This waa aim must Apprentice Benny out to him . BBl Into prison loiter he la
li l . si .-i in u
i .w ardi
uud iirnniey g-iies ni-r onuiev in eino i mm won im ivi vrnvi.uiy
Ho- hamnin. The bo) reallgtng that I Rg) pi Tomorrow we have on of the
a life with Bradley t na cruelty and moat Intereatlng roe hi avei produewd
abtiM runs away in Hie bins helm tin Vitagraph compnajr: "EiWi
finds his il"g and Hunks of hin mnilii i Di ughi' i. ' fentuilng Lillian Walker
, Temples Baker
Hf.VTI.V'i
Tri-SA. CKLAIOM
Then II 101-2-1 BUM Bl.'.g.
done and Inst nigm the two cripple him and pay Ihe Intereal through the railed to Interpret the m
wein on their waj to Detroit, riding boy'a labor. Knie darea no! refuse dream of Hn- phari .ti win.
ihe i ushiuna Inttead of the brake.
Notii on Board "f trliltratton.
tTlCA, v.. Jul ; Charle r
.Vi lli, rormerl) i nlted stales eomtnl-
sioner of kfthor, lias ennseliled to a, t
aa the third arbitrator on the quee
Hons now in dlaputa between the
New fork stale laliwaya and the '"in
driving alone ti, keep up the Intereal
in Ho- mort gag and deeidrs in get
link Bradley him. confroni
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