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T II K TULB1 DAILY WOKI.P, RATI I. I.Y aUT'ST
10 14 t ii it B n ociety News YKIt A UWVNNE, TI'.I.KrilONIi 4500 he w tii-lil Ik 6VW dlOt to faot "till Hi. ud ami suarohlni tjuestlon, "In uni th lit marc Hum meat?" I Mi or Ii ii not! ii ii li man cannot af ford to iu overcereful pi anslou ' in nt tin- inert materialities of mm one' 1 'f Bourse, it will m Mid tlwi bock mid pictures and trips abroad and Innloent lugurtes are nmt t ml - It'i : In u tolls Hi it i true, but not ahull) so. Kor they have direct re Ini ion tn Hie Hpirll of man, ami fd and stimulatt it. They ' not " njl'llil H illt full "f VOtd "i ' iti rltlo w blah grow onls booauec their twiicri boo tn mid in the ttor i. iii i than tn broaden and enrich Hiir IIvm Half-denial for othr I , in-mi' thins. Hut Hun' in nothing .v. i n in starving one's capacity happiness and pleasure in the Interest oj n bank account, Tits Chsne i i in t 'm p tli world ere, therofore, tb i. in.- philosophers, umi the beat Chris tians They are no( reckless or fool' ltd inik. Always liny have money enough to help others no friend svar uppealod i" i .inn h in rain Thar I ii prudenoe that murk tbolr lives i iify tin y arr mil slaves to It ii tin hi prudence never degenerate into u timorous ueutyon, The) pay their na) m th world, dlacharge thalr r" spunalbllitlea tn the letter, make an honest in ing .it some useful employment- but (hey are nut bondman, tin them tin' worship of wealth and tin uuperstltlon of money have absolutely no hold, So, au'l though their Uvea may he In some ways, they enjoy life - ami i but la what w are meant no do. Pew men in tholr right mind would not, wore th choice offered thorn, hava preferred a ntaht at borne with tin' i.amiiH to a dinner at Hoi bind house The art of living is one of ;in iuoi (iirfii iiit of ail art as it is tin' miiiii.it of them ail. Our educa tion seems to have lean a mi less rehv Lion of t, which Ih a ureat pity. Uul there tire plenty of teacher to whom v ii ..in resort, even though school and college tall uh as they Hru doing, tine can live happily and Joyously, i i:ii, at thi' asm time, righteously. "ii can hardly ilvo righteously who holds that moat la more than life. 01 raiment mora than the body. Se lected. Porch Ruohre Party. Mr. Thomas .1. Walsh entertained , itn i delightful porch euchre yfcitr dny morning, complimenting her guest, Mrs T. A, Walsh, .if Uarfl- lib- The veranda of llis Walsh home ivai comfortably arranged for th af lair umi decorated with palm ami i :.niii as a sotting for the three tables of euchre played. Mrs. A. s Kneale THIS WOMAN'S SICKNESS Quickly Yielded To Lydia E. Pinkham'g Vegetable Compound. Baltimore, Md, "I nni mom tlian ' c,!ail to tell what Lydia E. Pinkbam'i v ege tabic ( am pound did for mo. j I tufFered dreadful paini and was vry irrcRular. I became alarmed and sent for l.ydia E. Pinkbam'i Vegetable Com jmiind. 1 took it reg- ularly until I was without a cramp or pain and felt like another person, and it has now been six months since 1 took any medicine at all. I hope my little nolo will assist you in helping other wo men. J now feel perfectly well and in the best of health.'" Mrs. A.UOU8T W. Kondnbr, L688 Hollina Street, Hal tjmore, Md. Lydia V.. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com nound, made from native roots and btrbs, contain no narcotic or harmful dnips, and to day holds the record of being Hie most successful remedy for female ills we know of, and thousands of voluntary testimonials Oil file in the Pinkham laboratory at Lynn, Mass.. eem to prove this fact. For thirty years it has been the stand ard remedy for female ills, and has re stored the health of thousands of worn on who have been troubled with such ail -menta as displacements, inflammation, ulceration, tumors. Irregularities, etc. If you waul spficlnl advice write i Lydia E. Pinkham Mod Icine ., (confidential) Lynn, Unas, Vour let (t will !o open d, read and answered lt n woman and held in .strict confidence. mad hiub h.-nrc. iter prig being prvity guest towel with ends of ban croc hoi A i nil ran of dsliclous I s ami cake was served on tb tables pboul n, with Mtsa Kathleon W Hsh and Mis All Vandenhende of Bar llesvllle iimhihi t iik the hostess III paea Ilia the plate, 'rlends Invited to meet Mr Walsh a', the cm hie tabli afore Mesdames A. 8. Kneale, A Kyffo, a. i Sweeney, w. a. Campbell, Thomas Qulnn, 8 a. Huckett, i 'narloa Wilson t' II r'ai uuharson, T l. I'Matiug in, W lllil M Ul ami LOUl Joseph. I hi laltiN . Misa it mil isekatt h.im i prottlly appointed niust party Tburada) aflei noun, honoring her gul, Miss K.illi- rlue Hharpi of tiklahom fit) Uurdcn flower dei oral d the r i in which the guests wero welcomed u ml where loin tables "t th" nam" acre played Th prizes foi nigh cor a'ere hand-painted plates The party of guest Included Mlea Leona ualbreatb, Margaret Kendls r"rance Proacb, Isllse Jerry, lialhleen Lebus, 1 atti An bur, Ball h L.) uiii Marie Ui rr, Winifred Iteeder, lies Mini- on, Qladys I'usac, flga Lasmani Huby Dverton and Mia Nell liir ' of Sherman, Ti x Motor Hide anil nlei'mi liui l e.i-i. a jniK part) oi y.inna fulk, with Mi and Mr, i'- w . Fowler and Mr. Btunle) liiastaln then ehaperones, enjoyed a rule to the country near Oawson Thurada) eventng, the arrival uf the part) al ti Wei n polnl ur their trip being followed b) feaal "i ii i.ius w atermelon, lnHte.nl uf the regulaUon hayrack, a motoi truck covered Willi new mown lay from a field adjoining town an used, and the trip was attended bj all the Joys ol the old-fashioned ha., role, with travsl being facilitated by Ihe use of a motor. Tne return 1 1 . i to the ell) was made in the beautiful n nllgbi oi an early August nlgbi Tin part) wa enjoyed by the lnib !ng young folk: Misses Ueolah Wll bon, Mildred H ighes, Stella Morrison, Husel Iterst, Mildred Morrison, Mtoi lierines, Cors ktolsey, ISIsa Hammers ley, Rulalle l urks, and Messrs C ! Murdoek, ! . Johnson, Conway, Urnest Painter, Ma k Jones and e'. U. Hus ton. Among the pler.le parties at s.iml SpUnrts Thursds) evening was on composed of several matrona and young women, who snjoyed a dellc- i us still ud of good things tn eat. to. lowed by a visit to the amusement at traction at the park. The evening was arranged in compliment to m. a Bennett of Memphis, Tenn., who is a BtlOSt ul Mis. J M. Pumbauld Friends Invited to meet Mrs Bennett veto Mesdiunea M. Drews, Alice Reed, N. ,-1 ami Hurt. ui and tin- Mlssea Vona Clu) and Anna Ppeck. Mr, and Mrs. Qranl C. Btebblus ami Miss Louise and Mr, I la) Btebblns lefi Thursday for northern hike re sorts to spend several week Mr. and Mrs .1. ii. Hrlnkle) and baby daughter Virginia h ue r -turned from visit lo rolaUvc In l're donla, Kao, Miss Kathleen lebu will return home suiiiiiix from Monte r, .n., snd ui. in the arrival of her inottioi, who is spending Bovoral days longer at that result, will be a guest "l Mlas Ruth Beekats, PLENTY OF OANNLI) GOODS hub filler Bgy IVtoO Will lie It'll- suMble Uw mi oi ui CAMDISK, N J . Aug Vrtim demand for food in tin ni find New Jersey oannerle tug contribu tors as there promt to be I ro ord-bresklug crop of tomatoe ami otio i penned good t bis s sai William li, Mullen, a las tiun whob sale grocer ,.f Wilmington, l i . ami a member of the national boivyd uf trade. SI la tile pili e Of POOdgtUff Vlll be cheaper s reull of th Kuro- penii ear He look for niu.,rali' markets In aill0l even edible, with tin- exception of sugar, currants, dried pea-, ami som fee luipnri l articlo Robert a McBlt io- , i ndertaklng Parlor i, " West Thud Bt. Phonu i'oti. Beddenre Phono 1(1 Adv. New Telenbom Wreetor) " t" press August i Vou ihould siflisciibi for telephone at once to have your i. .ime included, Contract Depart mi nti No, : . Ki There win be an lo cream social .'it tin- i in utt Me rial church Monda) idght, August 10, under Ihs suapl uf the uadla Aid soiiet) Cake and 1 1 ream 18 cents ( nine and bring your i f rlendi New Teelphone Directory In pre Augual I. Vhh should subscribe ' for telephone it once to bai a i u n - Ini ludod. 1 ' ill 1 Jontrai 1 pe- I partment, .v (7 Adv C. B. ROGERS BUILDS FIRES IM NIGHI TULSA ATTORNEY WRITES OF VACATION IN THE N0FTH FATE OF SCHOOLS IS HI STAKE TUESDAY CATCHING THE 1,51 FISH Makes Rocord Catch of Muskcl lunge: Mrs. Rogers Also Makes Fine Catch. Miss Rei home tod Kan. ; Thurman will return from a i.-it in Wlnfleld, Miss I'a ah llatlew has been removed iti in the hospital to the borne of her parent, Mr. and Mrs J v Ballew, on South Moulder, where she is con valescing nicel) from a recent opera tion for appendleltls, Mr. P, M Malloy left Thuisdav mailt for sn.iix t'ity, Iowa, to join His, Mailt v and their baby son, John H'ranels. in a visit to Mrs Malloy'a parents, Mr, and Airs. i. Harrington, ami other relatives, Miss Clara MoClenaghan of Oree- oy, Kan. , who has been a guest ot her sister, Miss Nettle MoClenaghan, .'it; Kast Eighth street, for some time, will return bomi the first of the wee,, Mrs. .1 m Dumbauld, accompanlei by her guest, Mrs. A. Bennett oi Mem phis, Tenn., left resterda) tor visit to friends In Wlnfielil. Kan. Mrs, I.. Thoma of West simIi street returned last night from a visit in Xanana City, accompanied b) Mr. Pred ii Partleben and his mother, and Mr. I ' M. Silver, who win be her quests for the week end. The party motored through, Seasonable Menu. UltKAK I AST. Bllced banana and cream Preib fish hash (Dab left from dinner on Friday) Making powdt r biscuit Coffee LI 1 1 Eat Green Apples Watermelon Cucumbers But, be euro you hrtvo a bottle of Wakefield' Bluckberi'y Balsam ready. For 69 years, Vakefield'fl Blackberry Balsam has been a quick and sue cure for Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Cholera Morbus and Cholera Infantum. It eaves lives after doctors fail For grown ups and babies Absolutely harmless. 3o Every Drug Store. i old tongue (canned i traa .ernes, with cream Tea DINNER. i am of pea si, up Nut b ..1 Tomato St " Bph ch, with eirc ,. Banana puffs 1-1 nit since JANITOR'S SON IS r'KDARVIM.rc, Mich., lug, 4. Tally Wot hi w ould II be unkind ur otherwise to ash you who are lo Tulsa how you would Ilk to mast vo-.j jhina before a crackling pine wood fire? Well. It feiis good lii lea Cheneaux tonight, anyway: out la only good to think of in Tulsa. On the honeycombed north side oi Mackinac channel to the far nort shore if i..iii. Michigan is the most famous tlahlug grounds In the fresh water region uf the great lakes J.es Cbanuaux (The Bnowsi Islauda torn .i beautiful ifroup with honeycombed i lann -is where abound the greatest muakellunge and pickerel flahlng to be found. The air is like wme bracing and glorious; the water Is a charm to the lover ul hin ts ami snls, and the game 1 1 s 1 1 are a delight to the sportsman. Muakellunge Is conceded to be the gatnesl "t all game fiahoa and no finer Sport can be found than to bona tine "musky" of ahum ten lo fifteen pi unds m d then proi eed tu land him saf. I) in the boat The writer has had the pleasure since coming to tin heart ol las Cheneaux to land two fine denizen "f the lc) waters of these beautiful bay and ehannela, one weighing li pound and one iu pounds, They wore both landed by the smallest silk iim used, running ISO feet behind the boat. 1 also hooked a !fi-pounder and n t him to the boat's S,'ile. hut be liruke away, carrying the triple hook (No trolling) in his mils. Muskellunpe almost Invariably leap clear of i'i water after bolng hi oked, and lllla fellow presented a picture to a real sportsman that would make him shunt with admiration and delight. It was my misfortune to loss two other fine mukollunge aleo, but withal 1 ha hail fine spurt. True I isti Murt . Mrs ft., who Is with tne, has a rec ord tni -i:: perch in three hours' fish Kobody ii-r belioves a flahlng Story, and, of lourse, there may In aultio doubting Thoinases, but, then, the cool, delightful waters, the fin hemlock, birch and cedar on the sin res. the clear skies and splendid atmosphere and, of course, the inns kcllunge and the pike, are ail fine to think about in Tulsa. I have 0 xperl -euced the heat and dreamed of the northland, and hence thi suggestion to my friends and acquaintances, for them to think about. I will have tu tit.ir the fire now, su will unit. et sympathetically, CHARLES B. ftOQEItS. H KSTKRSi VK-.VII WIN MORS With Canadian Won Mevcn Out of ICIghl I m nt. PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 7. West ern and Canadian oarsmen won seven mit of the eight opt alng day events nf the annual regatta ol the National Association of Amateur Oarsmen tu day on the Schuylkill riv i Vhe Du. iiith boat club waa conspicuous among the winners, taking three of four events In which its oarsmen started. House Passe RerlamaUoa Kill. WASH I Mn i i. Auk. T The re. plantation loll extending from ten tu twenty years iltne tn which settler may repay the government for water iiuhts on Irrigated bind finally was passed by the linns,, tudav. Im ludlmr the amendment making the reclame-I tlon service dependent upon annual i appropriations oy congress, FAXLUEI TO DTORBAM THE LEVY WOULD BE FATAL TO SCHOOL SYSTEM EVERYONE SHOULD VOTE OonvcjrftnoM Will Be Provided to CajTy Voters to the Poll in; Pin if Man) uf the patriotic citizen of 1 Tulsa have abeioh Volunteered their sen 0 10 t he i HI I I he School election to be held TudB) Ml secretary of the school board pre sented the estimate ol expense tu tha egoise board Phursuu) morning and! tin- sstimate was heartll) approved The only requisite now lo Insure nine, mouth ui hool In Tulsii I the vote I of a sufficient per cent ,.f ihe popula tion tu auihorlae a raise In thi taxa ! tlon from five mills lo seven mill Quite a number of Ihe enthusiastic supporters of the schools hsvc offered j the services ..t' (holt automobiles to the public on election da) Voters who oannol convenlentl) come lo tlte poa will have aeeesi lo thosi and there wlU be no reaaoii for an) pei sun iiegleoting to K'1 i" the voting pl.i ,. and voting thelt sent l men ti In regurd to the school iineaium One lady i ailed Buiierlntendeni iber- I holser over the phone a id profferred the aer vines of her cat and added that If ii lection dul not authorise an Incresse in taxation aht would move from Tulsa al unoe. Defeat Dlaastr it is obvious that tin- greater part of the population uf the cil) Ii aware of the disastrous result "f nol rulslng the rate. ill ease Ihe schools would! in- allowed to run onl) six months, j many of the bast teacher In ihe schools who could secure work where Ho le would he a longer term would resign. It bt estimated that 60 per cent of the teaching foroe would withdraw. The reauli of such a eoa ditlon as this may be plainly seen, Cltlseu who have children of a school . age would K' when' better schools i mild he hail. High HCl I pupils I would leavo the city for boardln Si boots anil the i It) Would hu In over) w.i humiliate, l in educational circles. The publicity committee of thi school board has printed nme hand-1 lulls tu be distributed through ihii clt) Saturday morning. The i;uestlon will he dtacuasod ul the various 1 Sunday schools m'xt Hunday mora-1 inn and u telephone c mlttee has lieen organised to Impress the people with the neoesslty oi voting. The election Will lie Won, Just as the pen-: pie of Tulsa have always gotten be hind everythlnf which pertained to civic improvement, ami tin y must nol think the percentage can be reached without the vote of every available man ami womun in the city, The principals of the different grade schools, working In connection with their patrons' dubs are taking the district in hand ami making a thor ough canvass of the city. 7.MI in llib sch, ml Last year several claaea of students wer, a tar ted In subjects In high school hoping lhai the proper apparatus Would he available this year to pur sue the wuik further. The fact that Superintendent Oberholtser Incorpo rated domestic Kclenco, manual arts and a buslnesa course in the high school currlmulum brought number of students into high so! I last year. if the money is nol raised to provide the a opal al u- I,. i Hies,, il, pa i tments i the siiuieiit i,...i ol the IiIf11 school will be diminished a great per cent, it is eatlmated thai if the tax levy is raised the student body of the bmli school will resi n 7 50 this fall. if any other Individual la willing to offer a me, ms ni conveyance to the pulls next Tuesda) he is requested tu illume Mr. H i holtser ami make I tha arrangements If you are inter ested in the welfare of the youth ur the city, at least do not fail to coma to the pulls nn election day and bring as many With you ia you can. Attorney Ben l of the law firm of Hue v Lyons, who have charge of the school bond case now being con tented in the supreme court, goes to Oklahoma Clt) Monday, It is be lieved that the court will render a decbdon on the sehuol bund issue nil Tueaday, the day on Which It Is to adjourn until the September session. Will I !! N I Hi l N I l I I M I I I ul R1 I I I VR-OLD M fiRO IXtRGl ! N MI til .1 I . ( ROBBIE T I III K Arthur .Tnhnson, H-year-old negro toy, will lie sent to the state reform THE UNION Six Balbriggan Drawers or Shirts. $1.14 THE UNION 114 South Main school terdav f..r $S of til" Th" nt th" Crosble lplng today. He was arrested yes on a charge of forging a check .".'i on J, K. Crosble, president i 'i : tral National bank, boy, whose father Is Janitor Central National, stole one of i pets . mil blank cheeks while hl father Clean the hank. He made the check out to "Walter Roberts and Burned J. Bj. Croablea name tO It. ifesterda) ha enhd It at ihe Plymouth Clothing store, who later 1 found that it waa a forgery, The I iiearu boy was arrested and turned over to the Juvenile court, which will puss Sentence OH him today. The boy's father offered to make the cheek guild, hut It la believed an ex- I ample will be made of hltn. Rivals Her Daughter in Youthful Beauty A wHi known lecletf matron SfBOM voutiiiui bsaatt m no weii preisrved that hii ! rrpr... m tier dhMcliti-r'. rirl in liim respect- t ti u u ir h n)ie din not .hm at Ilea Rttritiiiteft .r Rirlish i plexion ehtefly to two thing" 8h ftayii : "I am eesvlnet ll,t nuiny romrtiri, by svrladlag lbs fckl sad purr, tnii to an iim eosipleslos. Mweoltsed wn hat jimt th oj,pftlte effMt. It keep the porel rlaaa, penalttlag ttu-.n to bratb. and masHSI di-iui SSrltClM of rulirle whlrh sr ronstdly api'i-srlnic niei srbleh givn the 'oinjilexmn that failrl look. Wliiaievrr In) kin SSglSI to get the least hit off i olor . muilili or tSSScd, 1 fjo to my drufnUt a for an saS ef Siereelltsd wax; I apply ftiia nigtiily. like Mitt cream, for a w-e.-k or ao. srsiklag it off in" i 1 hit la what kepa my- romi'lexioxi av freah, xxiiite and .Waly, eren doling the trying daj a of I .immer "Tha ahaenra of wrinkle and flahhinesa I owe lo the uao of a aioipla far hath pre pared hr diaanWing ona ounra of powdered aiolite'ln a half pint wilrh baxal. Tkla krepa tha kia 'tight' and flrai " So'lal ltegiiter. No Cause ui ru i pi nn in mi the I Sccr,i:ii ul War. WASHINGTON, Aug 7. Secretary Oarrinon baued atatesnent today to sit at rest doubts as to the open ing ol the Punan ''anal August 16.1 "There is no reason at present known nn the isthmUSi or to the sec retary of war, said the secretary, as tu why tin canal should nut he opened on thai date to vessels not in edlnx on. i e than thirty ft el .f Wall ! " n I , IMMH il -llhM il UM, rather and sun went foi a strull one sweltering day recently. As they passed i vender of ice cream the boy turned lo hli father and said, lov ing!) i "1 vtah you'd puy mo sumo lc cream, fater, i 'lo feel warm." Iiu rather arar.cit nt him fur a few second in mild surprise and then ex- Cls ii, ten Nn, no, I key, my poy; but IT tell you Vol I'll i ". I'll tell yon smue ghost Stories Vot'll muke your blood run cold." The Sourre ol Hi Botroer. "What are you wiaring that thing for'.''' aaked Mr flabb when her hue band cum home with a baud of crape urutitid his hat. "ITot your first bushantfi" repllef .Mr. t!abi. "I'm snrry he died." Hail) Thought The world wunlil he better and btlghtel If people wero tnuclit the dJty of being hippy as well as the 1. ipplnM "t doing their duty. To be happy ourselves I a must affecl ia) contribution to tlio happlnesa of eth ers Hir J' hu Lubbock. Banted it. "Ooodluck has had ills t-alary raiseil; was It for extra work . ' ' Yes; be lns listens when the hos tells bis hahy's smart sayings' I'elcpliiuui as a IV 1 1 1 SHIISlfl Probably the youngest child to ha bitually use a telephone, although u.i consciously, Is to he found at the pres ent ttms it, QugriyWy, France, where a 4-montli-old baby sleeps every fine, day In the open sir with a telephone tiansmtltsr at 11 lid by v L! b be Today's Specials s Q w VANDEVER'S Special From 8:30 to 9:30 I'M ls r i ,i nn; ,2M a i ll- of mills mid cijiIh in Oi-niuidicB, Liatitrtvi and Lawns; 50 diffcrcin Kfylcei to sl6c1 fitmi; itgulat1 Wo, 15c und IHt! sflli'is; Bpt'ciiil KiO in 'i la nitirniiij;, to clone out, per yard 5c l.l. li Y si 'I I l,s Kirsj HHoor 800 yardw of Kgyjitian TinHiie, Pine a'oileH a nil linpolled ( li'Liaiitlii's ; cegn la i' 'J o . Il5e tint r0c ijiuilit it'K; "1 FL. Kpeeial Katurdii . all da . url Ten j ai ils of plain eolured Itatine, fauttv, hljjiHifjt' ami inercei'id'tj Mai lesNc: I'l'iriilai' iH: .(ii' ami i,)i ;iini Kpeeial Sal lll'duv .all ilav , isDi' v ard 19c ."tun yardn uf ( 'heuej loulard Kilk; all colors and iliis season's patteruft; him1- 69c eial Katui'day, all day, per an ."tl (liifii Indies' All Linen ICaiidker elnets: soeeial Kattmlav . all i 50c day, per dozen 1,000 yards of !Ki im-h 1'orealflj ligld ami dark grounds; regular I2'l'0. and lrir Kellers; sjieeial Satui'tlay, OJ- all da , per yard i.i. n.w si'iciAi.s Second Viaov ."..' Ladies' Liiifiu Dress Skirts, all sizes; i lie ones we hav a been srllin;; all avcaaou ul 11.50 each; special, all da) , TClf v mi i' choice HO Uldies' ash Suits; all vvc haw lefl ui' our summer stock; qualities thai we have been selling ti to $20; special, all da) Saturday, ; jj Q All our stock of W ash Dresses, which comprises all of the hem models thai vc have been showiug this Reason; spe . ial Kalurday, at K HALF I'kirK. !HI Ladies' W'a-h Skirts in all colors and Pabrics; all made up iu new mod els; regularh to (."; Saturday, all day, at ONK HALF All our stock nt' Children's Summer Dresses, which consists of (pugbaui, percale and while lawns; special Satur day, at ONK HALF WlU E. ll our sttu-k of I, 'lilies' and Children's Low Shoes will be sold all day Satur a) at the I'olltiw ilig reduced prices: Ml $1.00 Lnw Shoes for 7Dr All $2.50 Low Shoes Por tl.05 Ml 11.25 l."V SI s Por, . DSr All $11.00 Low Shoes Por Ml $1.50 L Shoes for S'-I,r AH '!. Lw Shoes Por 8275 Ml $1.75 Low Shoo foi' aSl.aMI All $ I. "ii Low Shoes Por 2.95 Ml $2.(H) Lou Shoes Por 1 1. 59 All $4.50 Lov shoes for $l!.:j.r All $2.25 L-.w Shoes for 9 1.89 All $5.00 Low Shoes Por $3.95 Do nol fall in t'Mt our 2 n i floor. Vim can buy ready - made summer drosses (or less t liim the price ot maklnit. I tO tint full In i Hit inir 2 u d fin, ir. Vim can buy ready - made summer dressss for lens than Ilia price uf making fc:lr,- ui 1 0 n1 'I B I itlr-'-- tirr-rrsy OUR POLICY Strength and stability of 1 1 1 is bank are besl indicated by its large lapital and Surplus Fund, the personnel of i's officers and directors and also b) the Pacl thai its affairs arc always con ducted in strict accordance with sound banking principles. he besl interests if our customers are always given first consideration and ihe steady growth of the hank since its es tablish men I is the lest possible proof of the manner in which our serv ice is appreciated by the j pic of lulsa county. EXCHANGE NATIONAL BANK TULSA, OKLA. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $400,000.00 SU' Jgilj rrr'i'i rr T'e"J3ii'fJ rails Mi moOier en awakening. The imby here refererd to lielonga the engineer at Platte Kougere llghthouae llo devised this Ingenious si hi me it ordei ti ;ili" hi boy lo benetll by tbo bracing breeeca blowing In from the ttlstitlc. Inside I ' pram I s rlcar box, containing the telephone transmittal and a smell 'imk Wire running up to the house some dlstsnco away enable the mother) In the Inter val of her work, lo lifien for ban) -cry, When working at the table, ant during meals, it Is tasj lo listen con tlnuously, The clock, although It i ii ,i rut at first apparent, ("tins an en-entiHi part "f tin- devloe, t"i tm si und uf lt tli kins provides th" necessary proof that the telephone U transmitting sounds correctly, iii'" method nf employing the telephone ii h iiursemaid him proved completel) sucetMfull and la In dally use, while a rain alarm bun alao been evolved to gl-o warning by caualng an cb trl ir il to rin-; should u shower come on, - w ,du World, WMnwii iiuiit la t Bptare S'atlotts, Thrn i a railroad from the North sea to the Japan sea. It waa built by a tistion t oaptur nations, it ims falbd Of It purpose no lar. The Trans-Slbertan, nil thing considered, is the moat glgantii railroad task that avgr an performed, in money it will eat up ninro than ll.iiOO.OUO.otii. In lives it hag detrovd thousandn. Us HOTEL SNAPP Excelsior Springs, Missouri Modern. Ah olutely rireproof. At erkan Plan Tupular Prlcex. Finest Hath House in the M e.st in Connection with the Hotel ADDUSI MAXAOatat I'UR BOOKLSt AKT ri'LL ISI'ORMAllOS. i mi. Moreover, they are building nn branch of it that would roach from New V'.rk tn I hh r a; . . nml l ,, 0 100 uill-i) for lilllm;,'. und that Will COSt more tbun 1 1 (0,000,000 If that were only a railroad. It would be the neatest railroad mystery i f the lines. But II lii UOt onl) a rail road, it i like the army and the navy of RuMata. It la a national ex penditure for the entiiUet nf .ui Munie day, no doubt, when the coffers of auseta are Blled again with gold, the icst ut the st 'iy at tbo Ttiins- a HcksCAPUDIN The Liquid Rl mniy bt inc nasal itlt trery salisfaetory pe alta in- Headache CL ICK RESULTS Th "aV Bibei .hi will be written Horn it is only being dreamed, Probabt) the men who are doing the dreaming will not ihe to see the oting t'. At. Kefs in th" Wet id a Wmk.