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THE TULSA DAILY Wuiu.ii, VUHAX, A i d t 1 i. 1 y 1 Great Riddance Sale at 9:00 a. m. THE BARGAIN FLOOD-GATE OPEN Come With the Crowd Buy Where Money Buys the Most Don't take Our Competitors Word lor the Quality o! Our Merchandise SEE FOR YOURSELF Courteous treatment by our force and latisfactiou to every customer is guaranteed by this house of wonder bargains. One price to all, everything marked in plain figures and money ba k for the aalrtng arc three ol our unbroken rules, We do business on business principles and are always willing to right any wrong or mistakes. Our entire stock of summer merchandise d at once 1 consist! oi all tin. season's newest wearing material for men, women and children, all the newest Silks, Worsted, Ginghams, etc. The riddance sale prices are the lowest anyone ever beard of, but ire are determined to nd the store of everthing, regardless of the sacrifice, because our fall stock has begun to arrive and our room is very limited. NOTICE D n t I d by others that try to tike advantage of our enormous expense to advertise this sale, by putting cut a sale sign to lure you into the wrong store. Be sure you are at the HUB before you enter. Look for the yellow banner in front of the store. Sensational 25 Cent Special Bargain Counter lor the Opening Hour 300 Pieces of Merchandise Worth Up to S5.00 Will Be Sold at 25 Cents B I August 7, at 9 a m. Men's and Ladies' Shoes, Ladies' Kimonos, Ladies' Waists, Men's Dress Shirts, Ladies' Long Aprons, Men's and Boys' Long Pants, Ladies' Night Gown i. Hal Men Ovei lis Men's, Ladies', Boys' and Children's Shoes, Wash Petticoats and 165 miscellaneous articles, including one Ladies' Skirt, two Ladies' Dresses, one Silk Waist, one Suit Case, a few Men'.; Shuts and some Muslin Underwear to be sold at 25c cents each. Read Our Circulars For Full Price List THE 9 EAST FIRST STREET. LOOK FOR THE YELLOW BANNER IN FRONT. Read Our Circulars For Full Price List NEXT DOOR TO WELDY BROS CIII OF LEIGE IS ft Rapidly Relieving Stranded Americans MAY BE THE BATTLEGROUND OK THE FIRST DECISIVE CONFLICT IS STRONGLY FORTIFIED Li One of the Richest Cities in L '; knd l Great M&fl ..' . i Town . utt) Di-ii. -- I ndnd The Broken s.irt I I pi a foul Afho him parted with Merlin beergarden Wh) doss any I' tilr.; a lot of meitie) 10 ge' u lepu tation for be.ng sporty, but only u modi no if lean - , ii'juiri-d. Then what : llu Inrei l " Why should h .' k' fellow i .ii t be known us a port after teeing the kind of young fellows who are known u sports? I To be :i sport i- t.i be about the cheapest tiling in human society, and' t'i be a broken-di wn sport la to i iii ire pathetic Han a bleating sheep In .i snowstorm. Dalian News, llulldmg foi liie I uture, What I..- country will ! after ; will depend upon what ew are I ii hum the fthlldrcn now First Lady of 1 he Land is Dead nd-Amert-permitting I iro,,, fan i ne i I II Inn Fttl ifu (hed bj ti legrupk tin m ana w at Pendleton M in be) of Ihe f tin supreme ' mill 'I. ilUi) I'll' ry poea to I I tuhai r i be have your I I I 1 lepsrt- R 1 1 1 1 il I III:. ill. tra ii Mi - M C fin Dickson and M i .-. i - protect British aub itei national law per- l.ituo i i , i irMtiiininn. i i ii'i.s H . i N a ifi 8 Twelve on the I ' r 1 h 1 1 1 1 ' i i ill. -ti ami r Prince a if nf Denmark, aon of - m i friintb i aa a apy. Bubsequentlj he "a- released and la now on his II II In 1. 11.1. 1 nl European War Cause 01 Mine Shut-Down X I I - IN Mil i IN I i '111 II' Nl -III I li N I N- II I 1 1 I l i N 1 1 1 I II IN ECZEMA MISERY Yields to Our S.ixo Salve ii . a reaull me Two thou- - Wsgi I W II 1 i Mi' mgmmmmmmmmmmmmmK. -zr I 1-2 Off I I 0 CLOTHES j I THE FAMOUS I IS S(S Ts Mll b N, iiuallu l it i 1 1 I 'It "i the diplomatic corps l telephoned their I'ondolenrea an.'. .-.ii .!( i i 'in manv humble hoinea 'an,' .1' 'i- ah Mr.v (Vilaotl liu'l I ii le muu friiin.ii In the aluma ati'l 1 eltj Krnrrall) in hat endeavora to I help tin frtendleaa ami poverty l a--. . I II. ' i;.l! Mi - tVilaon bud ti.iii the preeldontl thlJi morulnt aha would mora coimi1 rullj "go away" if the lull for tin- tin-1 i ! Mini ' ' Washington alleya wer . i .if ! b; congress, a word lo l.-ail-'i' fnin Be retary Tumult anil the iiicaaiti. is adopted in allenes by the - i ate a- 'i soon r ported in th house, i" it iv U in- passed tomorrow. Mi- " learned the measure would I"' a law In another .lay or to! and expressed her satisfaction. Hne I hud heenme deeply Inter.Kte.l in the i a'elfun of the community anu t.oi aorkcil always without esKtug ,im! nf Mo prealdent. it was the strain ti duties i.f entcrtalnaaent .mil i Idnej trouble, which became 1 i"ii laat autumn, that sapped hei llf. I di Wilhon took an active Interea in tin- .Hi 1 1 ..I hei biMband Bho ' hud been his ronstant helpmate and a'! i '-I. Her clear )udsrmanl on po litical ,if!..irs. and broad vlewa of .-.1 j UcatlcnHl 'i i.e.-1 loii. had been a source I ni gratlflei'tlon t.i him for years With her help he wrote his '.."k and ha idled "I. hei judgment, Wet devo tion t" (inn. according to thoae who I, .ne known the family Intimately, I wan "i remarkable depth; Her one thous lit was ni' hint, Protii t. .l Iter Husband, Kver niorninc and ex etilng drutngl It i uineaa ii. cautioned Dr. Orayson nut I., tell tin president if she had spent an uncomfortable hour. Maf nllXlet) xxas thai M BhOUld not be j worried Bui the prealdent watched her iorrowfull) fnr Weaka ami real ize. i -t. w is growing worse. He spent i i moment he could b) her iide Mi.- Wilton wag a woman of simple wsya, poasetsed of a naive, niagnwH' n at. i. i S't. is a ttfiarmlng h"'tte 1 md i democratic and moaes i When n.v.M r Mrs. Wlleon's deatb re .i ii. iii. ten dlai ussinn of pend 1 n i; 1 -i ess a " ended Immediately j i". Si i ..ti i Kern, majority leader in- lertup'.lna i debate on the Bblpptni "Mi i reaidenti it becomes my duty lo . ' ii . to tin- senate the melan I . h in'' lllgence nl the death of Mrv Wilson, ,.r tii.. president of the ruited siai's iif course, ibe presi i t al litis ii.oir has tin earnest sym pathy r ail the people or the nation, mi. i as a mark of sympathy enter tained 'ni. and ull through the re. I ublli . 1 in. .e that the senutc do imw with profound s.ri"-.i nl" the death of Mrt Woodrow Wilson, wife of the president of the L'nlted States "tteaolved, further, Thai a commit tee composed of the ipeaker and one addltionul meiubci from each state in the union be appointed to attend in., f uneral. "Itesolx d further. That as a murk of is;ct the bousi .In now adjourn.' The resolution xx.is adopted In eilence. Mrt Wilson had been unwell mmcm last February, when she fell and strained her spin.' She later recov ered from that injury, hit in the meantime kidney trouble set in ami gradually she urea worse and weaker About two months ago tier condition hcnan lo groxv tertoui and txx o weeks atio Dr. umyson became alarmed Noted ' lalista were called In and trained nurses were kepi In constant attendance She continued to grow woraa, however, until serious sinking vpclli ram Mondaj and Tuesday. Mrs. XA'ilsnn wat SO Mars .i and when she came to the White House xx as i,i robust health. Always n home iner. she nevertho Iwh Immediately aaaumed the ardu ous duties of the wife of a president. Eihi to. .ii an actlvi Interest in pumio affairs and frequently re.ei,d dele Catlona .ailing on the president whan he ns t... busy with other mutters. r.xen d'iniig her last Illness she fre quently aaked to be Informed of the DX'etlls of the l'nlted States and of the ' oi Id. Kopl lUvaa M ret. News of the senium Illness was kept from the public until yesterday, when .t xas admitted that her chances oi rccox'ery were siiL-hi Her condition ccntlnuing lo grov. worse, ir. !ra- snn thlt .nun. Inn noxe out a State ment In which he described her 111 Itess as "all. niung." 1 urlnx last night and early IhlS morning she wai kepi alive bi oxygen and stimulants At o'clock this afternoon Dr. Orayson gave out a- tlier statement, in which he said Mrs, Wilson had txxn --inking spills tiring the morning and that she raa coiactous, imt growing weaker. This x as the lutt xxord to ' nine before her Wilson xxas Miss Ellen Louise As..ii daughtei ..f a Presbyterian clergyman, and xxas- born al Savan nah, (in. SI,. las ,i student at the N.-w York Art League when she met Mr Wilson, who then was taking a post graduate course at tohna Hop it'ni i'he prealdent ami Mis. Wilson were married June isv.. Mrs, Wilson xxas a slater of Professor BtOCkton Axson, load of the depart imnt of Kngllsh literature at Prince ton, and of the xxtfe of Dean Bdwaro Elliott .f Prlnci ton. a landscape gardonor and a pointer of well recognised ability, Mrs. Wil son devoted much of her time in ar tistic subjects, sin look personal large of tin gardens at "Prospect" xx bile Mr. Wilson X-..IS president at Princeton, and u ..r the xnii" House gardens. She had the appear- Bi.er of what is .ailed "an outdoors woman." Her skin xxas smooth ami girlish mi! her eyes until recently spsrklod xxith health, she was known as a beautiful woman Mrs. Wilson's Indoor life hud been devoted to i.oi.ks and artistic pur- UitS. Her paintings have taken prlsSS in competition. Hei social obligations If i..i her to omit some of her at I ustoined artistic and literary reore , t ion after .-he became mistress of tin " bite H. use, but as "th.. firsl lad "f thf land she was ever ready xxiib advice and material help whey !.'.i a good cause might be aerved. Her domestli life is described as having been attractive, she had a knowledge of the domestic art.- and was a good cook. Il is related of hei thai she hked to prepare dishes or have them prepared under her per-Isc-nal supervision for tin president, and that she always made It a point to pi rsonnlly prepare for biro the orange juice he has with his breakfasts. a pint I., take Creel's life, and by risk-lni,- hor own llf. she saxes him from a hi rribls death Ton. hed by the gill's loyalt) and beaut,. Creel for gets the call of civilisation and taken tin- half-breed girl for his wife. AT THE THEATRES lluxx Would you like tn have a luna tic turgenn perform various opera- tiai.s en you.' Plsaaant prospect,. Iluil! Well, lures a yarn about a chap xx re.-ked on on island, tin sor? Inhabitant (hereof being a "batty"! erg. ..n with a mania for exploring I the interior arrangements of every human being he met. How tin shipwrecked mariner ca ll'. - from th. deadly attentions, or Intentions, of the locoed doctor makes i. thrilling tale, unusual and novel n , the extreme, and "The island of Ter ror" xx iii long in remembered as a masterly George Kleins adveniun ! Story, I' is in txn r. els and every , inch is full of action. "Sammy ut Ibe Seaside" is a coin- edj which u ill bring man laughs, I and the atmoaphere of sea breesesj xx 111 help to dispel the hot weatliel i bluet. "Coall of Fire" ii a Hiuiple human I Interest tale with u good, strong therm and a xvholeHoine moral "Pic turesque Waterfalls of France," w hile short, is nevertheless entertaining and cr beautiful. I in mi n k. Two rixal rallr i corporations de-j tannine to push tieir lines Ihrougft i th Canadian northwest, regardless nl exptrac. i 'reel and Locke arc the I r!x ult In charge of the engineering j work. Creel Is In love with the da Ugh ter of the railroad president. f..r whom hi la Working, but hi is strongly moved , to the beauty of Twilight, a Canadian half br"ed girl. who comes to the (amp to sell scarf." and mittens. L. eke, being an unprim Ipled man. j detains Twilight in ins cuiup against I her ' onsen. There Is continual fighting between the men of the rival construction! camps and Locke VOWS In get Creel. Twilight x.aits fnr an opportunity to I etcapc and makes her way in Creel I Camp, pursued by a gang of nu n With I I'll lies. Alice Jordan ami her father vlsu j Creel's camp. When Alice disc, vers! Twilight iii ' r.eit' tent, she immedi ately OOI1I hides he I as been tin iflthflll to her. T.ie half-l reed girl, Hoeing how things are drifting, leaves i'reeisj camp and is recaptured bj Locke's II I II. Twilight Is just ii time Ii, ox. I hea i-i PALACE Today list Day Daniel Frohman Prssents BRUCE McRAF, iii the Political Ilomunce, "The Ring and the Man." Fmir lieels. Produoed by The Famous l ,,v ers FUm Co. TWO "ther First Run Futures. Bhowi Start ut U':30 2:00 S:J0 5:00 1:10 (:00 f:3u .. ,. Mc ami 10e- Coining Tomorrow. One Day 'Inly. Return Date AL JENNINGS, in "BEATING BACK." Six Heels. From lh Story In The Sat urday Evening Fust Vale Theatre 1 b Ii MCtlV5 THE PARDCri WIPf x hntcvei a abrtance IK the 1 0,190,0 SI III ci in,. i. line) Kion "DEATINa it i'l. ' six reel mo tion picture vefslott of the famous story from The Saturday livening Fust plnxs n return date a' the Pal aos theatre lomorrmx une day only. .1 Mi House, (he Mi ntlon xxas silently agreed to -i i atom quietly xx Ithdrew b. milier. LeadM Cnderwood of the riled to the floor at toon at u Word from the White He at ipped the dtsotasBjon of i railway mull pax bill. Hotter llcnrd News, ' it i- my duty," he said, "te an- n t.. the house the death of Mis. Wilson He of the president of the United xtttte I think the house sin uld ahott net per resped at this time ai d I therefore move the adop- ti i the following resolution: i. !. rhal tin house has heard The Home of the Pathe News. Tt D AT, than ami tool. "The Property Man." The funniest Keystone com edy ever produced, in two mas sive reels. Don't miss it. Mutual Weekly, showing ah the Latest Fx 'Twilight," A Story of the Great Wist. Featuring dene Us un tier. So I Music Hie "Ttie Stain' A dramatisation of the great novel b Forrest iiaisey and Itnberi H Davis, lino ..f the greatest human I Merest dramas ever put out Iii six parts. PATHE DAILY Sees Ml Knows Ml. Coming Tomorrow, 'RESCUED BY WIRELESS. 101 Bison in Two Keels, Featuring Minn- Hub amp. Admission 5 and 10 Cents. BSSaBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBBBBSSBSBexsflroE MAJESTIC The II. .use nf Features. Today, George Kleins presents "The Island of Terror." a ThriUfcng Photodrama in Two Farts. "Sammv at the Seaside." A Itrcezy Comedy. "Coals of Fhe." A Human Interest Story. Picturesque Waterfalls of France. A Short Trnveltule. Tomorrow, Ml Florence Turner in nil MAKPEH imtTERT." I. real DetCCtlVC Story ill I our Pari,.