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TBS TULSA DAlL WOULD. TIT KB DAY, SEPTEMBER 7. 1 9 1 B v A A I I I Doings in the State Capital Girls Suck Employment in Laundry Rather Than Become I louse Servants PX KNOWN "M S POIXTti '." I t XII "I M I UH in miiii: i" v i "iii (ivi i i uKs MM i i . I'll i i itl M i - i h l!Ki i HI Ml I I- I i l i IMION'Otilt IPH NEGROES IN FEAR OF MOB VIOLENCE $10,000 SAVED TO TULSA HOMES This Week By People Attending the Sale of the Bankrupt Harlow Brokerage Mr. Harlow failed for over $100,000 and we bought the entire stock of the Harlow Brokerage from the United States Court at LESS THAN 30 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR Think of what this means Buying first-class merchandise at this price. It. enables you to buy at a price far below what other merchants must pay for their goods. Ladies' Suits, Coats, Dresses, Millinery, Waists, Men's and Boy's Clothing, Shoes and Hats I; . I-Ill II. ROCK ISLAND LOWERS STEEL SHIPPING RATE Monday a Busy Day for Queen of the Durbar III It MAJESTY STARTS I Mv i F SELECT! Xf J ROY A PARTI 1XD i'i si - m i: Mi" 1 1 ii. K VPHS; TO I.I CVS i;i III IRS VI T MOR. R( i THEY MUST GO THIS WEEK All fixtures of old Hub. Make an of fer at Harlow Brokerage Co., 203 South Main. Ta bles, Mirrors, Look ing Glasses and Shelving. Dry Goods and Dress Goods Complete assortments and all of the very best grades of merchandise. Come and let your dollar realize the greatest buying power in the his tory of Tulsa. E203 SOUTH MAIN STREET Verm 1 ). Edwards, Trustee. The sale of C, W. Harlow Bankrupt Stock was approv ed by the United States court in the Southern district of Ivunsas, HARLOW BROKERAGE Stock Sale, by Order of Court VEENE D. EDWARDS. Trustee. Safety First! HEAR TESTIMONY OF VALUATION EXPERT M.ml- V I. . t.'il. nu- i e 1 1 : .es ! VI i II B1I 1LRS TULSA Mill S LUGKY FIND HUH 1 1 i Y OSL1 Bud and Henry Willi th.ir all-tar beauty chorus present Going Into Business Blackface Comedian V'e Old Fashioned Dutch Comodlwn I he Girl Who Had a Soul Three-part drain featuring M i: II I I.I "It m of the Today and Wednesday 'I'I i Greatest Casi Erer tsaembtcd, Headed bj the Mar f "On Tri:il" I KEDERK K PERRY A William Fox M Prixluclioii if .Marked l)i-tiiu linn Dr.Rameau li Georges ohnet A PletnrlaatlOIl of Krilliant Power. I in Support of Mr. Perrj appear; GEORGE iLISOX DOROTHY BERN HI M l RT HOLM ' B I 1 1 : 1 1 1 1 1 i JEAN SOTHER.N Showing at 1 1' :M - S : IS I: SO IS 7 H: IS :;SO. U MISSION ADVLTS no CENTS; CHILDREN 10 CENTS. Tin TO UET IV. I I FA EKFXR MIRRAI I ; l l l I : CURE ALL TURNIPS FOUND BY INDIANS UKioufl and N Ml Mah-Xc-Tah-Yott Vegetable Dhxwr ercd 10.000 Yeara Ago, I'i. i hi i in I in win kt Night and Day Specials 15c w i rki for t he iiis lUttda "ii Thursday IS. One of the set 10c 85c 18c 15 pounds Spuds 15c can Salmon L' I pounds Best Flour ( ii .i nl HU'Olt, pound Btricth Ki-ts't ! ... ) PZ , dozen. fJL Best 1 ,t ter, pound . ol,L 16-pounds Sugar $1 with other goods of ouc ! -i-lar or over. Night and Day Grocery Always Open, PHONE mi 121 W. 1st sr. i i.i.iimina ( ham Mai K lal anion Si pi a na v ar with Ibc .t any ciange la made it an t e me for some time ry. A N Leeci .1 ft. waa be ' red for the place. The gov. utd tnaka it appear thai hi ncerned lust vet in finding intar i general, but . pli i- I service of Ad'l" ill! ' ; '.. : a! - iiiunt. ?-cpi' nincr 1 1 1 ' 1 I I mil I 17 I. r ! 1 Sr-e.-isl 0 The World. DEPBW, Okla., Sept. 1 -Several of the older Em nee aquawi thai never did swallow any other lut the Great Minus medicine when alcfc are now diguing up the Mah-Ne-Tah-Volt tur pa on the rocky rldgea near the Creek-Lincoln count line. The Oreat spirit s cure-all plants are n fool high, th item is cornered with purple flowera, Th.se Indiana think as much of Mah-Ne-Tah-Voil lur nipi .is the Chlneae do of ginseng. The) claim thai the cure-all plant waa pointed out by the Great spirit to their aneostorn ten thousand yeara ago. EMPRESS 5-BIG ACTS-5 ll.a'lnl Iit 6 Socicly Girls t harming Maui- of Melody CH RLES II ri in omedy Showi todaj I: SO, 7:1S ami p, m. Matinee III Cuts. Nigbl lo anil SO cent-. Thurada) Beat -how tula year I featuring "THE MYSTIC ItlltM The ai l that -lartloil e oi k Today and Wednesday Harry Pollard Present Margarita Fischer in n Four-Pan Mutual Master Picture) "INFATUATION" Programed with the La teat Weekly N'ewa Admlaalon Plre and Ten Cenia. COMING THURSDAY M) FRIDAY The SupranM Pavorite, Mary RicRford in Her Luteal Succeaa. AT THL THEATRES I M PRESS. 'The mysti, lard." a eanary whose laiins to fame would he sufficiently rtll eatabllahad tiirmiRh it. wiIHuk aai to aine when it wai dealrad he siiik, aiol to remain silent at I all other tlrnea, will be the leading Ifeat '-re ,.f n five-act ahow apaaUng iThuradav at the Empreaa But the I little yellow warbler in the glided cage has Something more than the Inure virtue of good behavior with which to commend himeelf; he has a Ihtirhly developed mimetic faculty ixv'! h enables, him to follow thrill- nu.! the aotaa "f a violin which his Iptctureaque youin impressario plays, I walking among the audience the v ii!. The , if" is even paaaed theater and tin little fri aeen siiiKinr. Manager LYRIC Preaenta Poday FRANCIS X. lit SHM N in I he Accounting" A Three-Part Drama " The Barnslormcrs'" Broad was FVatare in Pour Parte through the lo can be Smith of tl t he "roj itk ment at a Is hrealtins MAKGARITA PtSCNER w"IN FAT I' AT ION ' rtns-4fT mctoai Msff nnwrvwm mapi in Htnn'ui o the Pi Wedneedaj lace th i tojjr and hird" for a Tulsa ennuae- great mpenae, The am a jump t St Lottie. aplalna whj Banpreaa patrona lle t see an act that haa f..re played in a t"vn the six M UESTtC. It stents almost needless to tirice M.ilesti patrons to attend the tnati Oeea today and tomorrow In order to avoid the night crowds, for with the i showing . of every Fox feature the big I theater is usually swamped He wise; , . ii early It is unusual to find such a com , I. ir.ation of stars in one production as is presented in William' Fox's latest phot odrama tic lucceaa. "io,t. r Ha- menu." showing at th.- MaJeetlC todg) and Wednesday. In the title role ap. ' pean Prederk k Perry, lately starred In the Broadway success of the sea son. "On Trial.' ami admittedly the most effective dramatic .o tOf "ii t tie , staae today. Stuart Holmes, as Hunaett, the art ist. Is tvi well known to require ex I tensive praise for his very effective work In this remarkahle production I Mr. Holme! has s'arred in in 10) ( i iture pictures, and seems to srow more I popular with eaeh. lorothy Bernard, iwho portrays t'onchita -lth such tell ing charm and power. Jean stbm. QTD A TYTT. OPEN 10 A. M. O 1 Hiill U 1 5 & 10c ALWAYS STRAPS! D TODAY- Preaenta the Bid Bpiaodc of "The Broken Coin" ne of tin- Moat Thrilling or the Inafllav nia s iiir ReJeagoi Peaturing Praacai lord ami t,ruii Cunard, Two-Real Bawanr Feature. A LEAP FOR LIFE' iceptlonall) Powerful Western Drama. I i .i.iiii, , I With a Xe-tor CnMOdjr. "THtlK HAPPY HONEYMOON" Open IS a in. v ,, I0(, as the Innocent recipient of Doctor RamaaU'l wrath; George Al.son. as Talvanna, anj i ti 1 1 h Hall or in the Important rol of H;elle. are a flt tma support tot the superb dramatic talent of Mr. Perry. Too much credit, furthermore, can not he alven to Mi. Will S. Havis and his assistant. Mr Arthur Vnughan. tor the painstaking mnunet and artls ti. skill with which they directed tha re The action is often capable I f v.ttc rati, r. ut tn t on c did Mr. lavis permit the overdoing of a scene. The setting are splendid and tho photography throughout is excel lent. Foll'iwnv th ah i Rameau," the next William Fox at i traction will be Theda Rsre, the famous "aniplre woman" in a fctart ' llngly intense prr.d.ictlon of "laidy 'Audleys Secret.'' Watch for the datea.