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THK Tl'l.s DAILY WORLD, ft'BDN R8PAY, .11 I . 28, 1916 In Cushing Oil Field Towns Uov Heat Affects BIG GAS WELLS THAT MADE BIG PRODUCERS the Vital Organs I ' KM l T v Hot H eat her Conduces to Chronic Constipation an ' Diar rhea Hid lllrli rat VI I i i - I 1 1 I.OVI I 4 TlllNCt) Mtlll, I H I l Mi I I I HI I li III- Making l"rli 1 1 1 wens dj i ii i i "-.in m i.ixhu ii i and poison thai Irritate and ln hi ihoiu who have used II i n- i larrheu and restore normal condl Caldwell's rtyrup Pepsin net Dr Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin has on stomach, liver and bowels, been the standard remedy in count- "Hi grlnlng or nthoi discomfort less homes for more than thirl) years, ' : m relief in -in eaay, natural nnd It sold In drug store everywhere iter Mild pleasant to the i.ii--. for tlft) cents ;i bottle, A free trial Inexpensive u l the Ideal family ian be obtained by writing to ir. W. Ive H rlenelng the bowel I! Caldwell, (49 Washington St., mil eliminating the foreign mat- Montleello, in Km I. FIRST ZIND LEASES FOR TULSA COUNTY vVO u I Ked I "i Din tli'ipatlon of a good ihowlng in tin Putted states Steel corporation1! juarterl) report an expectation which woa readied when the state, menl .is given mil after the cloae, War stocks continued their spectacu lar advance, Hriiiii hem Steel lumped 21 polnta to 860, a new high record, Crucible Steel, Raid win Locomotive, I Vim rlcun Can and A 111 Chalmers pre- pip( Nc'if all readied new high figures. hrlli . in Ucgister o ,ls Office. .n active ili iii.iiiii I'm' railroad stocks was perhaps the most signif icant feature of the trading, These Issues of late have been dull and In ivj on account of diminishing earn- I Ings and fears of dividend reductions in certain coses, The railroad shares became unusually active, however, In IT SOUNDS VERY GOOD lh' taking the leading post- tlon from the war stocks, Canadian I Pacific rose five points; St. Puul 544 :niii a large number of others one to fmir points. Mi- I in, llailtt II With This Product Added in Tins Seel it 'ti. 1 ( sper it Is still Kin-. TRADERS DOPE I , .i,l in Mi h of w horn are c u in, ea i he prt hi ear Tulsa ill g ,.t the leases caused s furore Bars Kelao and Patterson, both Woman Held for I atlle Stealing, Sprcinl to Th World j M'ALESTER, Julj 27, Mrs, J. E. 'siiii.-. 16 years of age and the mother several children, i h prisoner in the Pittsburg county Jail charged with ling cattle. She resides near SAWDUST SENATE IN SESSION DAILY u- Clowns Devise Novel Method ,ii (fathering Topical run Stunts i ince each month the clowns of Mingling Brothers' circus, which is coming here Wednesday, August 10. hold a meeting and elect a "juke ed itor." It becomes the duty of thin official to iu ull the newspapers pro. curable and to read ihrm religiously. Whenever he conies upon a topic I.. v. Karl shopping i siijjjft'titt'd 'ou will ftutl it moil' pleas nut. Rwn ihopping comfort una service is reflected in all the detail. "I equipment and appointmenl of this establishment, while the nev ;iinl varied assortments "l always fresh merchandise, conveniently displayed i" our in;in departments, "ill be found unquestion able in quality and moderate in price, IS Sluntliiril Fashion and Ladies ' Home Journal Patterns, TIIIKD FLOOR Waists Denoting Quality A t Ex traordin ary Prices This li;iN been b season of Waists ami they really arc an indispensable garment in Mi-Lady's wardrobe, Always practical and pretty stylos for nil occasions. Sport Waists White Linen, tailored collars and cul ,75, special 98c Crepe De Chine Waists In Black and colors, open nocks and long sleeves, 2,00, 3.00 and 3,50 values, for one day. special 1.98 Voile Waists I land Embroidered and lace trimmed, sizes ' to 44. 3.50, 3,75 and 1. 1)0 values; special 2.48 Embroidered Voile Waists Lace trimmed Voile and printed Crepe, open necks and blioit sleeves, 1.00 values; special 59c SECOND FLOOR Practical House Dresses 39c House Dresses of lighl and dark cul ored Percale, trim med l ith scalloped braid and pearl but tons, All sizes, Spec ial at 39c SECOND FLOOR IN THE BASEMENT Today's Specials. Graniteware 125c4 An assortment of gray Granite, all large pieces; combination tea kettles, dish pans, double boilers, roasters, steamers, covered sauce taiis and Berlin Kettles 25c 1.25 Smoking' Stands 5J)C Brass stand with heavy base, 28 inches high, fittings for cigars and matches, 1.25 values. today 59c Aluminum Basting Spoons ()c l'.'io to "!,e value, nil aluminum. 12 and 14 inches long, some preserving size, Today 10c 1.25 Doz. Glasses, Each 5f Pour different kinds, plain and fancy, bell shape and tumblers; thin blown and pressed glass 5c Economy Fruit Jars 1 ., Gallon, Doz. 1,00 The jar with the large mouth, self-sealing. Sells regularly for 1.45j only twenty doen on display, Today, the doz 1.00 BASEM K.N'T Baby caps Reduced One Half Baby Caps of sheer Batiste and Lawn, hand em broidery, trimmings of Yal and Vonise laoe and dainty rib bon ties and ros ettes. Infant's size up to 3 years. Values from 50c to 2.50 are offered at One Half BECOND FLOOR Harlow Dry Goods Co. c lor .in up-t TRADERS BEAVER'S Grocery Co. Tl'SBS i BEAVERS 25 c 10c 25c 15c 5 c Vhundam Store Our Competitors Talk About 18 Ea.t Second . i i v K : ' I It ''mi I LYRIC TODAY Presents for Today Only, The Actual Motion Pictures Taken of the Chicago "Eastland" Disaster 1,200 People Were Drowned in This Horrible Tragedy Which Happened Last Saturday Morning on the Eastland in the Chicago River. These Pictures Were Taken When the Ship Started to List. RUTH STONEHOUSE in "THE PROFLIGATE" Three-Reel Essanay Drama Featuring Miss Stonehouse and an All Star Cast. OTHER FIRST-RUN PICTURES. OPEN 10 A. M. ADMISSION FIVE and TEN CENTS l -'MIN,, IO I III -llllV MMM ' I I M l i, M I n i . i i 1 1 i 1 1 ti s nim itlatutoit ..( i- r'nntous StM'tokiclnU Ptaj "THE ESCAPE" h u mi .ii ,i liMluiliiut IUiu-tu iim m.i, Marsh Kot n , HUftOHi i'i'ii M,.r,, Mid 'M.iin ilici UMfl III IN NKVKX H I I I s tTI 41 W ,.i rnth li i it Vtrkr UrmleM MoiKn PMutre li I'., nli I i N.i'i. ii ", Itultnini in m Nork .u 00 I'rnv VIMISMO s.Tl'R0A) 1ND Sl'M Will in 10 CKVT8 i- ;hc Imiui ns --i . ( I ihlbittna Right thlt V.iinwion tn i Vcri Lnw is pi . p iriHt to fpa iumo in .1 ' luint containod .'.in' ore iii p inir Pnttpraon, cording to court houm othor si months or b year irould find '.,s novcrnl will tqulpMra mines hose output would rival thai Ot the now fatuous Missouri tltstrict PRICES ON STOCK MARKET SOARING Sict-l St.i.ks Shnu Bullish; Demand for Railroad Shares Is Noted. Ni: YORK. Julj i; An outhunrt o'clock th ro is ;t meetins of what is V t. o "' 'm ..1:0 " This ; - .; '. .i con :i.i::oc of twenty !"wr.s selected from the entire army of jcotera. The "editor" ni.ikes hm report t.i thii body ai-.d they discuss it ind select iho.i Ideal which may lie turned to ae ount on the hippodrome This is the secret of the ilown-to-lhe-minute per', rni.ino s of the Rln( I Brothers' sk l.irkers. There Is no) .1 finl of dress, dance or unusual innovation which the) do nol portray In some ludicrous manner. They pantomime public and political events, iuit with so much good humor that the btttereai of factlontata pound each other on the back and roar with aushtet, The clowns do not fear to enter the land of Invention, but intro duce gaud) painted airships which cktm around in the tent top and ex ptode while In midair. The flit around the hippodrome track in queer look inn racing cars and high-speed Dipt ". b ats, Thc throw terrible look ing but quite innocent bombs, and shoo) each other from big wooden cannot a They mimic everybody and everything Sandwiched between the ROrgeOUSnesa of the new spectacle of 8 1 I the Q leen of Bheba w ith ti 1 t: of I. ISO characters, and the : of the arwtte displays, these merr) Andrews temper the entire cir- , . program with the rarest of 1 TRANII COOL AND II Comfortable rod I he Play ot the Season" Deeding with romance ami bJgb finance, T he Flight of the Night Bird' millionaire work- wry strangv just a moving picture. I. iieiir Jenkins and Man" omcdy big pragnun everj iia ,'h' and I Oe. mm '.tvJ.-.u, Wm r-w-i V A W7 rsoot 1 i. son in I he Fox Woman1 M 1 .; v t-'c Mi .tr .'i fasMsss atytkeleg) Pretrussf wnli lb l.iol V'.r.KI,Y NFwS 'i 1 vi' rt'N CfiHTI TOktoaiOw txn miDAt iOHN gAaMYMOlU THE DICTATOR" 1 imilng v i l 11 Iii ; unn uf lite gggTLAKP ' IA8TSK, AT THE THEATRES (clrl'l father finally loses the few dol lars he Iwi accumulated b) gamhllngi hoping to win snougB to pay off the mortgage. The Old home is to be sold. ;nd then the son-in-law and daughter step In, and that's the way 11 goes in The Play of the Season,' being &hown at the Strand today. "The Flight of a N.sh; l?;rd" eh iWS 1 young milUbnairs who is tired of the humdrum existence he is leading aud .. , rs the employ of a big iron smelt--,i'g staluishment as a common work man. He falls In love with a young lady of the working class, and the I'sual happy ending to the picture. Miss rleo Madison and Hobart Henley star la the production. A big four-reel drama entitled Homage.'' featuring Robert lon- ard and K.lla Hall, will be shown at this cool and comfortable theatre to- jnorrow. sssLLi i" ii l st n The District Attorney rhrllllll" Slnl nf PmIih.iI Imi .... 1 eatui Ing DOKOTH1 BERNARD and 1,111. sum SPEVCER siiowiM, i 1 - .tn j .; :;o ,", ii :to s : ;;o iOMISSION Adults 10 Cents, Children 10 Cents. GUARANTEED ATTRACTION DONT Miss n. Coming Sl'NDAY CLARA kimiimi. )ia(i in rhc 1 atcsl Bhubeti Bodstj Ptas "Marrying Money 9 9 Nei iiisdw and WEDNESDAY I UN HAYO Wli BRYANT WASHBURN In " The BLINDNESS of VIRTUE " I he t -l Startling Moral! t I'lun.i.lnima ..f the Year Iii A Act.. I MIKI SS se. Not a 'o! oad i w , Its h.ul i d stained l a nee The gr wih of bullish sentiment mid hard I) be attributed to ;ny limber ol clrcuna stances contributed , ii Tin sharp recovers yssterdavy hull followed the lue.ik On the tor dolng Ike .Viueriean steamer l.ce natt wss accepted ag an Indication of , strong position of IhS market. Btt)lBg uf gttel MOCkl was iu au- o c mr ec se fatli iTH Mi fois-i his daughter to ii to a rOMasj man :d a mortSSM on the i i The i falls in hot with an uther, of course, and the )eslOua suitor Recuses her of wroiurdolag and she is drives from home She StOBSS and marries the "one man. who after ..!.:? p: ii..,n a ..v ... pla. The Today is the last day of the great seven-reel feature. "l'le " This film is shewn in connection with a Charles CbapUn conned and vaudevtlls. To marrow a ChapHS COBtSdy and th five-reel feature. "A Woman's Tre.mpb." and new vaudeville will be set n Coaming Sunday for four days four big vaudeville features with Cora Townghlood Corat n and her nine Oklahoma musical maids, will be the attraction. Pi lias for thrse four days will be la and If rtnsi. E unl Week of AVIATION GIRLS fsbsotd Musical Comedy I Mange of Program li.tily Itright ami FlaSS PONY iEAin (HORtS MOTIOK PR It R s Ilk" Popular Price- .c Watch for our itig Scnsa taanal ahon Next t.s-k. Empress Dodaj Last Da of "DOPE" Hig Kis U S1 riie Tombs Prison Ne nrk's Dndcr world I'irsi rinto at in-t'cnt Prus-s. CR 1RLE8 OB P1.I In a key-lone OOBBSdy. lllgli l lass audevllle' et. IN'inorniw t liarles chnplin Coined) and "A Woman's lriamph n itHis.