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10 1 ' -.a : w TULSA DAILY WOULD, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1918. i v 8. K Dt DC r WILCOX TO REMAIN ,. AD CLUB PRESIDENT Members li'-fusei to Aovjt Resigna tion of Man Who Off urn Serv ices! to GoviTimii-m. MISS ROWE FLAYS "SUFFS" 5uffrnj;n I'runilrfl ''In.slrnmrnt of fcot IhIImu;'' ('r.tham 'JulUt on AUtrrtlliit Ji rlrirfr th;it lin y wM l Jiiou.l to h.iVr ihi-lr .ri'Hhl'Mt )lt tho hm-vicm nf JiIh muntrv thn A'lvr tisinfr club nf Tuln n t their hoon rtuy linn (iron yMfr day rw'uwil to itf-coj.L r i'ttKnf ion of l'r'rti(li'ht V;. . VV'iU'Ox, who 1:iM w'i'k ri fnof an miiniiKT -f th" l'ulillr. rvlrrt corn .any fin 'I vvrnt to WiiKhii.trhiM tn otfi.r hi wiylrvti un it n riKi'i)fr t' the unlhatirti drpiirt iT'.i'!.'. (h Heniy. At Hio MRK'HlJnn of T 7F. Orror tho I'lutt voi liiianlintitjKly to taMo Woman's Burdens ire lightened when she turns to thn ngnt medicine. If her existence Is iai gloomy by the chrome weak lessee, delicate derangements, and gainful disorders that afflict her eex, llio will find relief and emancipation Irnm her trouble! in JJoclor Pierre1! (OTonue Inscription. If thn' over worked, nervous, or " run down " ihe a nun new me and strength. U'l a powerful, invigorating tumo ami nerv ine which waa discovered and used y an eminent phyician (or many ream, in ca of" female complaints tnd weaknesses. For young irli Just tillering womanhood j for women at Ihe critical timed life; In bearing-down M-nsationi, periodical palix, ulceration!, inanimation, and kindred ailinenta, Uie Kavorit Prescription " U the only nedloina put np without alcohol ingredient! on wrapper. All druggists. Liimid or tahliU. Tablet, 00 cents. Send Dr. V. M. Fierce, liuffalo, N. Y., 10 cent for trial package. ... - Oklahoma, Crrr, Oki.a.-I inffered Irom a woman'! weakness and general debility until I took Iir. Blcrce's Kavorlte l'rescrlptlun and 'It has done me more (nod than anv other ' nt o d I e I n e fever tXFm' .rVJKS tised. I do not heal- -tn . - ... .nw wi ii.iiiiiiieiiu . lr. I'iurce'i Kavorit y1 fi i INi&i. reecripiion to any- r.o&.oouy tor it nan don tSy me world! of good ana i am aura n r" wui neip otberi M well." Mbjs. M. Jf. Smith, llox 18, Haute 4. Dm rel(;natiiin. TIiIh rnennii that Wilcox will eerve out hie Inrni tut I'ltMddent of the cluli. iililiniiKh the OUlli'H of lllll lilfllH will le fulfllltii liy Vlco-picslilctit I J.J Abbot), ir, motion of W. 1). Mum, publlcl Iv director of the :iiiiIiik War Huv Iiikh r-'t u iji j ciiiiipulKn, Uie incmliiin iiniccl to ini-miun In their adver IihIiik rony from now on Ihn fact tliut June 2 Im to bo W. H. H. dny. Anll-KiifrrtiKlHl KHiikB. 'J'lu y tjavn a roiiHiMK ri.-:ction nni) , ut im ovation lo Mia h.n lc.ilu Kowe, llill'liled yotlllK lllltl Mllffli- t.jsi of New Votk, who dii:uMi-d t lie sulit(l fur 10 minute. MiiffniL'e," kIii. aniil. '! an In- elriimeot of Horlallmn.' Kbe told of a debuto iluiliix thn riiwnt New Vork miffniK.i I'utiiiniiKn in which alio wan matt hel with a woman HoclulUt-Hilffi uuettK, at a Mo lall-,1 milting. .Mih Jtowe referred In i nileuiioK teiina to the American I hiK. but when her ooootirni mime. ebe Hiinopecl hir flTlnen. at the i nl- OIH M nil cori'"lliltllounly lifene.l to It an "l.ocki ller a rn " ' llei etltl-llieiit win wblelv aoi.lliu.leil ,y thn iiikJ l-ri'o," mi 1,1 Mif.H itowe. "Tho liirrnit;li!x r.ill oh the 'home heaven anil n. other cinwil,'" ion tlntleil thr Naker, ".iii.i we mi proud of the apiliiiii.,ii if tin mother at you men foiiowc.) 'ii'i'iiTK anil not I n loiiieni with home life, you wullM in. I he hel. toiluy Tile Mill fraclxlH II ,1 v,,, ,, I , lie coinplefo divorcement of woman from thi Porno ami family ir thn KhouM romii at, out ll wuhl iu.,111 FOUR TAKEN FROM DRAFT TRAIN HELD Only Oiw JtrtclNtnuil ; Tlirro OiIm m AtHHirrt. Knur niTi nr hfin? (k-I'I in th (Irwk rniinly J;iil tit Siiitulpa fin liK nn )nviiK,itt,.( hv fit- t j v hiTVlrn bnjiTtl tor i!m- nfy nf Tulna nf i the riot on )r,irt thf Kff Ml tr.iln j thnt li ft h'T hit S.itiinL'iy v-n J 11 tx-fLrtnit? thr''-' huiulriil i :i(u-i nun! to (i tr.itnliiK i'Hp In lMite.i.tn.1 ' Thr rutriir, it n no u n ' tv th )ik h t.i.ftMl it r 'hi v .ire U'llln- OLr.uy, K '. Cufly, .Inlm !uhftty ; jiml .1 , U i.-ts! fij.;. i 'I tir Kim ( i a I th milv "in , tfi" iti n"'t who I t 11 i iiii.k f ijit Tho oitii'iH h(arih"l tht tf i in w 1 1 h'Hj t it ut 1 1 "i 1 1 . fiipvi'rn- nicnt f f M -r.H i v-lirtfifi' fr nut thf ttn s wtm ; v. i,iU v iit Hh Tut'.ii ' Th four no'. nji'-i- wlin I'''. ' Ht;iM i f ho i . lir. u Km I iik thn ' llt'ti-l'MDIltllK fhrc iiifn ;itm rl XWlt fH&VH iff i f ,iin hf'r( U li-ft th-i' i n:n 11 ' rIUi M IWB P- Ihn proHtlliillon of civilization ,m. Ihu (liHintcKiutlon of t.oil- iy " MuloiK! Sl uill Tcil UH Idol. Phe hi III that the nl.t haml loan of MorrlH ilili'ltt, the e-x-ialiai en, illil. tio for inivor In the i ot . Vorlt City cimiiuiKu, w.m omII"i 1'lelil M.'tloiie, foiini r coiii'i im el the .port. Malum- m le w mm of thi! ni firif promim nt Hiiriiiiv- vmoIi irn. In bin catop.ilKii I f 1 1 , t It t o.j:-. IVervone lo vote f-.r enfri.o;e. .1 clarloK lh it ho ilol hot u.ml rl, n to viiiii for him iinlcn ttnv omM vole for the other piopeHiiion ' "Tho woman vv no M.iy nt home ami reail u laiolly, Is i.ill,"! hy the Muf f ruiit! leaih i e. a 'pa riiMit r.' " nIh concluileil with einlir0.lN, The club extenileil a lot" of Ih.inlwH lo the iloiiorH of tin Airioilcio flai; alitl u -ervliti llai;, cotil, lining live a I r ft. i anabieml Ihe Kovcrmnent h mixer, 10 (IllUt teleunilllH to he Henl 'to Wa-hlnitlon iiivIok a nviviou ot freight I a l o-t In ' ilihilioinii u aa to eii.ilio ihi'iu with im-'iHi.tie i.iiei. N. 11. (itiihniit ivmm lli rei;ul.ir speaker. llm wum the filth in a m i'Ich of dlNcurMiooa on lull ertiwutK. He, talked of 'The Plan of. AilM-i-tlKlnrr " All advertlHbiK lli.it i. not Puaeit on a duflntle pluti It) tnoioy ill Hpenl, th-i eM-aker asHt-iteil. He A coiiimitlee of tin ee wa.i nameil Hhijik h ii p i Ik ii. ami eahl It wan plunneil to not. only have linmi-i'lljite i' f feet iliirlDK the war, hut alho with a view to pteparhif; the people for tlle recoti. I rucl o II pelloil An llllll.-ttor blile bill caee, pre. Kcntiil hy He, Klcphmit tiiink fiw lorv, wim If ") Klft of the day. J( win drawn by tjh nn t'omloti. (.holly. Mm. Joiie- Kred, denr. mama a Hlie hint made up be- mind lo be cremiited. .Mr. Jones (ahaentmlndi-dly) All HkIiI Tell her to pill o(l her tbltiKa and I'll lake her along. local Of tfl I -UK tl naillle, I, l.llv I I allH loan loan helm: held are the irno Intoxicated and I. ,k corilitiK to thn hi iimI 'lorn .M'Numnr.i, one di.iftid men. went Into their and th.y immediately hh- I lino, laatin him no pretty ll" i;ot away and railed for liillior.Mlea, another drafted ao 1 piomlnent ynunK TiiImii oil I'lllion-ilea had bei n placed in . li.ne i f the Irani hy the local hoard nod w.ii noi a V. M. (;. A. worker a ill flrt ri ported r.llllnBMlea tried ti u'llct the recalcitrant-, but was ow i powered Ills Jaw waa not broken an flrit reported but he waa r-uthlv hiindled. lie waa able, howiver, lo Hccornpany the train throuifh to iim deatlnntlnn, and la now in ramp with the reel of the men Afterward a bin driller waa called upon by lllllln(,-Klea to aup punn the rlolera nd be finally aue I ceded lu Htibdulng them with hlH IiMm. accordlrn to report. At Sapulpa llilllnKHleH refused to let anyone leave tho train. He Bent (or Ihe eherlff, who arrived with Mom., deputies, and took charge of ihe four men named in ii,. "im;. In tho meuntlme a police ,mn who tried to hnmll in. orunKen intrtidera was thrown the train. If the trio now In jail are found to have been the onei who took the whisky on the train they will ho vlKorously prosecuted by the govern- roent. off 'lly Office lli'arrnnirHl. Owlnn to the need for additional room In the city hull nntl for the sal e nf convenience, offices on the Ihir.t floor of the building- are belnir rearranged. Tho room used as Ihe mnyor'a office two years airn i i.o,,- .fitted up for Mayor Hubbard. This is the first room to tho Ha-hl of th elevator exit. The next room ha been prepared for tho health depart, ment ami the third for tho street rnminlHMloner, M. J. McNulty, Jr The fourth r.rom will be occupied by the city tienaurer. Newsy Shames Main Street Property King by Patroitic Spirit ' Mister, don't smoke that cigar. " Inrty faced, hare-armed and tousle haired, the 12-year-obl urchin looked up appealing Into the eves of the trtm-lookiritf biisl iicn.s man who bad thrown u (pnir ter down on the counter and aeked for one of the popular brands thut sells in war times for 1 1 cents each. What Is this?" ho Inquired In Hiir prise, 'a modern version of Ten Nlffhts In a Hnr Hoorn ?' " Saw," and Ihe youngster Shook his head nenatlvely ".lust a plain business proposition, lasten here. If you don't smoke that clK'ir, no body'll he hurt. Maybe you ll be better off. Jo without It and lv me the 'leven cents." "And why should I (jive ynu Ihe 1 1 lenla?" he asked. "lis like Ibis. I'm l.iiyin jt Thrift Htamp. Kvery time I sell enoiiKh newspapers to make I ceilta for myself I noes Into a olKar store and fiels some Kiiy to do without a clKar. and Hon K' Into another store and xet home other Kiiy to do tho same, and each givt-H me the 'leven cents and I put It with my .'I cent and 1 buy Kit the idea? Sure, I thonicht so, thanks." "When that kid grows up and owns a lot of Main street prop erty." remarked the business man to the elKiir clerk as he hit tin end from lha smoke that he In sisted on havlliK, "they'll opt have to publish bis name for not huy ln Koveriiment securities. r.v the way. who owns this bulldliiK .' Ho does? 1 thought so. rihame you can't' get unother location Ho hing." e a en a a am a a a a jflttftfatfUm 'dfiMoft Kin en ea aa "How Kh?" That nient." Is thut for high?" Is the Wahlnirlon Monu- "Walk Upstairs and Save A Dollar" ) -. -' -a. . -jr w . &3-" fits i 1 1 - 'Ws '--"-til jSuX i . 1 ' V. V ?: t lMa4a8SWi1i The entire family can buy their shoes from us with perfect assur ance, of saving an average.of ONE-THIRD a of the usual cost. You do not have to wait for SPECIAL SALES you get the benefit of a substantial saving here EVERY DAY so DON'T FORGET "EVERY DAY IS A SPECIAL SALE DAY" here and you get absolutely the latest styles. ' 1 "Ask Your Friends About Us." Tulsa Upstairs Sample Shoe Parlor Over Palace Theater. 219 Yt South Main Street Opposite Kress' KEMP AGAIN TO BE LEADER IN DRIVE FOR "Y" FUNDS Heads Southwestern Ultl-doii; ct l:ffort III ti o -vs-iirc 1 100. "00. Olio. H. Kemp of Tuis.,1 wi.i aain head Ihe sou! h w a-st, i u dep u ini- ni In Ihe next v. .v. i -. a. iv.h Ion I CH.ip;.i OieolOiill' I Illri' le celled jisienlav fnun New York, where tin- w-.ii woik coim ll of thai organization met to lai' tilans for lh,. mining drive, the dale of )v lie'ti was not -neounccd i " Mr. hcnip was further honorf'il hy benif elj'.-tcl a,.inenil,er of the na tional 1 mpaign -coo, niiilee. The touncil so as a ii.iiiliniim . in'iik for tlie. camp. 1 !.-n the i nn of tliiu.niiii Oini. The campaign prob ably will I," held In Sepleinher or. I ictobcr, pi e, , , dliin lt,e animal Ked I t.'ross membership dine. I i'. K. litu-hner of Tulsa Is among those frym this s'a:e who are in at. j ti-iKlanc,. at the meeting In .Sew York. Mr. Kemp directed the Y. M. ('. A. war fund campaign In the southwest last fall ami put It over in great shape. nwinir tn the Increased amount for the nation to raise luf t.'mk tli.f time will be Just twice as gleat. ua pa DO ou oa no oa no oa oa 00 oa oa nn oa oa AGREE TO UNIQUE PLAN TO ELIMINATE CAMPAIGN ll. Howard, Congrciwlonnl f'andl dato, Aois-pts l-', v. Kins?, innki-r's ITokimiI. OKLAHOMA CITY. June 4 .--K. ' FI. Howard, stnfo auditor and candi date for nomination for congress In tho first district, this afternoon an. swered the offer K. ' ' Shoemaker of I'awnee, ulso a csndidate, made .ev eral days ago. Shoemaker's propo sition' was ,that state committeemen from the ten counties In the district nieet at Tuls.i June H and there de ride tho nominee,, eliminating the In dividual .ninp.ilgns that would have to be made. Mr. Howard fully agrees with this plan, although hn is firm in advocat ing the constitutional primary sys tem. A few days ago, Howard says. Shoemaker proposed that the suc caesful candidate contribute Jl.iioo to the Hod cross. This wa not In cluded In the latest offer. Howard, however, proposes that this be made od, and that the successful candi date contribute the Jl.t'Oo In (he lied I'ross. It is stipulated that all c.wolidi... the district 'agreeing to ilu or... file such agreement with 'the election board on or before DO 00 oa a oa oa DO 00 oa oa In posal s t a t n June ; For Sale The buslne tcs of the Natural lUock : company, together with all in.ichm-, ery and lews.. This company Is en-' Called In tho manufacture) of art if I- i cial stone and Is located ut No. 61a' East l-'ourth street, where anyone in- ; terested may call and net Informa tion as to terms, etc. We'll Keep Your Tires Vp $anditcn Service Phone 820 LadifB $1,01)0 Keward! 1 ponHialy gu&r miiff my Rwat cfl.iiftil "Monthly Com iH.und. SaiVy r Hi:vc nim ot U lnjt'st ' Diotit ob-tint, ubtiormal caum, in 3 to .' -.N'i h:irni. pain or int'rft?renre with vork. Mail fl..in. 'l)(itili!o Strt'ntih f- U'l BnoVlrt Frfto, ntp toi.v Pr T A. houtiiiiit.du V.enifi? Ps Ji9 Mnin Street, KaDbft Ci'j, Ala. - . j People's Exchange Grocery and Market 111-113 East First Street Is the largest cash non-tlolivery grocery and market in the state and is fast Krovvinfj into the largest in the southwest. That is the reason our prices are always lower than the other fellow. We buy in large quantities ami at a low price, therefore, we al ways sell you high-grade goods at low prices. You can find i list what vou want in the grocery and meat line at the EXCHANGE and at prices that are BARGAINS, liny where you can save the most money, then with the cUhigs help the Rovs Over There by investing in War Savings Stamps. If you are not already a regular' customer of this large store come in and get acquainted. That is all we vk for after that visit we know you will become a regular? customer. People's Exchange Grocery and Market NEGROES COMPLAIN THAT ! LAWS ARE NOT ENFORCED1 ITntoM Made Against laxity of Po lice lcKirtmcnt ; Vigilance 'oiiinilttiii Formed. Scoring the. police department foi l's lax law enforcement and lowing they were dissatisfied with the way criminals had I n dealt with. twentj negroes of (ireenwood aye nuc. In the nnrthVast part of the city, hav'o ori:anlnd il.,.iv,. i , a vigilance committee, j The purpose of the organisation 1 .s to bring to Justice criminals who have perpetrated crimen without number in that part of the city m then eacaped punishment at the ' hands' of the law. K, u Sadler I prominent pegro nttornev. stated i that the t-iw-abldtiig citizens f senim, of the city would are that Ihn laws wore enforced mid tin criminal brought to Justice. j SCOUT YOUNGER DROPS IN ! Tells Sweltering Tiilsans"h.)iit SnoTv Hanks He Kan Into. Scout younger, who is hererhis 1 week Inking after his extensive prop erty Interests, tells f ,', experience Ihe bad a few days ago that mnv help to speed some of us through the hot spell, lie started to drive In his car from l.eadvllle tn Cripple Creek, but half way across he was forced to turn back on account of a snow bank fifteen feet high. Scout, who has had much experience In Tex-is re cently, says that the border situation is steadily growing worse. It is dangerous to r'tdo from one town to! another, ho asserts, unless :i,e,,'m-; panted by an armed escort. We will' have to put troops on the border I w ithin six months time, if not before, I in his opinion. 1 00 ua 00 aa a "C!L A Dainty Gingham Frock For Morning Wear These fashionable little frocks ore so practical you can't Imag ine how pretty a gingham frock can be till you seo these they combine grace with simplicity, the skirts nro gathered, while sumo are shown with pluin bodice. The collars and cuffs are of orgundio and nro in var ious styles. These froccks re shown in pluin colors, soft and dain ty plaids and neat checks. Priced, $5.95 to $24.50. -Third Floor. Sweaters For the Little Folks Clever garments that will prove so practical and so delightful to the little folks on cool days and evenings. Mercerized Sweaters. with sailor collar, belt nnd pockets trimmed in peuri buttons. Colors, rose and canary. Sizes 24 Q rA to 28. Priced ... JJtDU Mercerized Sweaters. Fine quality in light blue, rose and ennnry, sailor col lars, sash belts, finished with tassels, pockets, fast ened xvith pearl buttons. Sizes 24 to 28. (J nr Priced at .". P3D Silk Sweaters. All pure silk thread sweat ers, in lovely littlo styles, with pocckets, large sailor collars, twin buck cuffs, snsh belt, colors, turquoise and American beauty; sizes Priced" $25.00 ri i(cu w w Baby Shop Fourth Floor. Important Wednesday Only To get Into this column, articles must be of excep tional bargains, lots that' are too small to advertise in a regular way. We sug gest that you watch this column daily. Nothing but the best values will appear and co roedown early in tho morning and get your share. Toilet Waters. A special lot ot'Jiigh grade toilet waters inN good as sortment of odors, CQ choice DiC -Main Floor India Linen. A lot of 27-inch India Linen in white only. T cose out, the i a yard IOC Second Floor Linen Caeat Towels. A special lot of linen towels with hemstitched or scal loped borders, also em broidered. Very 1 n special, to close out.. 1"C Second Floor Seco Silk. A lot of yard wide , Seco silk in most all colors, ex tra special, 9C the yurd 0C Second Floor Wednesday's Selling Event In Silks and Wash Goods Becoming Styles 'in3 Summer Smocks Cool and comfortabble to slip on mornipgs whilc workingn n your war garden or to wear on HiM outititf trip, are these lovely new smocks of sheer voiles or society linen, shown in various styles; some in straight coat effects, some wilh round yokes and' without collars, some xvith large square col lars; others in slipover styles; large fancy pockets and cuffs; hand embroidered or smocked in contrasting colors. Shown in light blue, pink, green, yellow, some with collars, cuffs and belts of con trustnfl shades. Priced $2.50, $3.95, $4.95. Fourth Floor. Silk Poplin. Desirable, and popular for suits, coats and children's dresses, 36 inches wide, shown in navy, Bel gian, tan, wisteria, reseda, brown, gray, rose ,white and 1 A A black. Special the yard .. v"" Silk Fibre Shirting. Vcjy serviceable and a material that washes easily, shown in nr;w pat terns in beautiful color combina tions with satin stripes and figures. Special, QC the yard JJC Tub Silk Shirting. For men's shirts and women's blouses; shown in richly colored stripes. .14 inches wide. Special the yard i'. . . Wash Salina. In good heavy quality soft finish, for summer undergarments, in plain colors, flesh, pink, light blue and white, 36 inches wide. Special, the tfi oc ci 7C co nn Second Floor. ;.$1.10 yard. ' 85c Popular Fiction At 60c A cpy W have lust added a new tot of very Interesting titles In pop ular copyright fiction and war books. After Rending the book!, end them to some soldier boy. who will Certainly appreciate it Here are Just a few of the many on sale. OOINO SOME By Rex Peach. THE HOMEWARD TRAIT By Wablron Bailey. HEART OK THR SUNSET Ilex Beach. HELD TO ANSWER By, Poter Clark Mtir.Farlnn. THE OOORF OIRIj By nar- old MaoGrath. ANOTHER MAM'S SHOES Py Victor Bridges. THE BHII'E OK A MOMTSNT Hy Carolyn Wells. BAKBAHA OF THE PNOWS Hy Harry Irving Ureen .TEW El. By Clara Louise Burn ham. THE BATTY BOOKS By .lean Webster. THE I'll ANTOM HERD By It, M. Bower. THE HUNTED WOMAN By James Olive Cunrood- THE FIFTH WI1EKL By Olive ingoings I'routy. THE TURMOIL "Booth ., Tarklngton. WHEN A MAM MARUIES By Mary Hlnehart. TURN TO' THE IllCTIT By . Bennet Musson. WHY NOT By Margaret Weddemor. ' First Floor. This store opens at 8:.10 and closes at 5:30, re lieving our employes at aa this time to do War gS work. DO BQOB OH utu Neckwear, Belts and Parasols values We are offering some very attractive these departments. Organdie Collars and Seta at 44c. Our buyers have been fortunate in srrtiring some special values in smnmer neckwear that we can offer you at this low price, every piece of this neckwear is new and stylish. Another Big Selection at 89c. This represents a selection of the season's finest grades of - neck wear in collars, veslces, gulmpcs, and coat sets, in white and col ored organdies, pique and radium satin. in Novelty Silk Parasols, and Sun.-Bain para sols in a most com plete assortment. Shown with natural, ebony, sterling and ivory handles. Beasonably priced. Main Floor. Paul Tttitgt Collars at The much wanted style i n laundered white collars are these new Paul Bevere styles which arc very popular. Cuffs t o match, the pair. . .33c Patent . Leather Belts at 45c, 50c and 6!ie. 2, 2V4 and 3 inches wide, made from real leather. Will not break with ordinary wear. Here Are Two Exceptionally Good Values in Curtain Materials Offeree! for Wednesday Curtain Marquisette. A very good quality cream colored marquisette, ' 36 inches wide. Very good for jiving room, or dining room. Special, 90i. the yard LL2.K. Curtain Scrim. Eight bolts of very fine qual ity Curtain scrim in ecru, cream and white, to sell at this very special QC The yard Fifth Floor. A Word About Our Stationery We are now prepared to supply our palrons with high grade stationery by the quire or roam, also a good selection of styles in envelopes to match the various size papers. Crane's Linen Lawn by lite quire in all sizes. We do engraving and embossing on fine sta tionery, cards, an nounrements. Prices quoted and samples shown on request. Complete selections of fine stationery from Crane, Eaton and Whit ney. Officers' Tan. The new khaki colored stationery, the box, 50c to 95e. Main Floor. ' . price. ---Buy a Thrift Stamp and stamp out Prus-sianism. nni t i i a uiii.UJiial-i"'i"l.l-L JllfI-l.J""J Fifth and Main Streets. Phone 6060 MaU orders sent to us will be filled promptly and accurately and sent to you prepaid, except basement orders. 00 oa oa oa aa 03 on od do oa ea Sea Island Tissues. A very pretty sheer material for cool summer dresses, shovrt in li-.intv checks and stripe effects; 27 inches, wide. Special, 1 Q the yard 1 ft Tissue Ginghams. Another very popular summerewash -fabric, shown in beautiful color combinations in stripes and plaids, 30 inches wide. . ?Q Special the yard , JC - Silk Striped Gingham. Verg good quality materia! that launders and wears well, shown in prettily colored plaids willi silk stripes, 34 inches wide. CO. Special the yard DIC Gingham Voiles. A dainty xvash fabric, very new and popular for summer dresses, in '.i-aii-tiful color combinations in stripes ana targe piaiu enects, ,ih inches wide. Special the yard at .' Second Floor. oa aa oa aa 1 no aa ou oa aa oa do oo OS no ne ea oa oa oa .co oa on P 00 oa ac ao a p . do oa oa jna oa mac ana aa noes: ess a b a a cscsesxasD o o b a b 1BBBUU pa nn CO 00 DO aaoBtroau QBBncaao ALLEGED DOPE PEDDLERS HEAVILY FINED IN COURT I liner Mio anil era Mle t'linrscd With Bringing; Slufr Into ( liy Jail. i..o,ei .oi.i-. an ai;e.-eii n;-i;i!ii ijj. won a pois. siripe,! sus s.nn arm IW in -ash, and Cora, 'Muse, who alliKcs she is lus married sister, were fined $;,0 and .$Iio respective ly ,Mon-l;iy' eflernoon in p con; - in a ease u herein "dope in-TV dc-'ci'iplion figured. .Mie was' -taken our of a room at tho rlaz.i rooming house -Sunday jlhnt were brought mil of the Jail for trial seemed to have had a sample of the stuff, whether that was brought in through Mize or not it Is not known. Judge Warren believes the police iiire getting at. the pith of the "dope" ; situation In Tulsa. Tho couple, In ben sent Mack to their cells, l 1 K.i..,..-..l Li.- IV..O.- 'to If " hot Ihn Judge denied them possession of It. tin promise of good behavior, Cora Mize was let out of the Jail yester day morning, her fine In the mean lice I ti,.,,, hnvlni- been reduced to $ w hich she paid. The police are get ting at the bottom of tho dope. proposition in Tulsa, and nre col luding evidence iOj fast as they can n'cht." He had !J0 in hn posMCs-Qyie, (Jieyiot'lll ho In shape to present il "dope" 111-113 East First Street. Couldn't I'ass Much. "Dad. thcres a movement on foot to make a ir.m t ike a 'mental test before he call eider the slate of matrimony " 'Then ou 1 : eti.r hurry up your mairlate to that yo-uns man of j ours.'' is a complete . I outfit This, besides a great qiian iti'y of raw stuff. He says ho has I the outfit for his own personal use. I Monday forenoon, Cora Mr.e ap peared nt the jail to visit him. They en left alone for a few moments and after Ills visitor had left the prisoner whs searched again. An o'hrr big bottle nf cocaino .was fieinfl on his person. The woman was bobL Over haJf (.ho prisoners case" to the federal authorities now and then. WASHINOTON. June . Validity nf federal Btatutes prohibiting sale of alcoholic. Ibiuors to soldiers waa In effect sustained by the supreme court, which today declined to re view proceedings ccMiMictlng Cor nelius O'Sulllvan. a hotel proprietor of siniilt Ste. Marie, Mich., of vtolat ,1ns the ht.W. GRAND THEATER PURCHASED BY LITTLE ROCK MANAGER Lou IHixvell Hotircs Temorarlty from fiame; Improvement to lie Made this Summer. After three years I" the theatrical business in Tulsa, liula K. rowe j has Sold the Grand theater, and will retire, at least temporarily, from the show girrne in Tulsa? The purchaser Is Aaron Iiskin of Little Rock, Ark., who announces that next season he will conduct the house with special movie productions, musical comedy and the regular road attractions. Mr. Laakln has had his eyes on Tulsa as an amusement elty-for some time and believes It Is die best show town tn tho southwest About a year ico he came here and attempted to buv the (irand. but at that time Mr. fowoH would not agree to sell. kln has theatrical interests in IJttle Rock and also In Galveston, lexas The lease held on tho firand bld- Ing bv Mr. rowell was taken over bv the new- owner, who slates that this summer Ihe building , will he itreatly Improved and everything- will bo In aplck-spsn condition ior opening next fall. . Mr. rowell has nor. '"'", what his plans are for the future, ' ,. ho wrlll probably remain In Tills i Hn came here three years ago fron- Texas, a novice In the tneairn. game, and took hold or tne i.rio i after It had had an Indifferent ca reer. He put It on Its feet and everj season has- been a success. PICTURES BWANTEC ,-ai-o GERMAN i Have you photographs, drawing and descriptions of bridges, build Ings, towns and localities now occu riled lv German forces In Fra ltelulom end Iaixembofirg, and you likowiso anytuing on o r of Germany lying west of the b running north nnd south through Hamburg? All such material Is much desired by the government and should be sent In w ithout uny at tompt to avoid duplication and with out sorting. The material shou o he sent bv parcel post or express tc Cdonel A. B. C'oxi Hi Ki leenit Strot. Washington. 1'. R not bo returned to thu contributor. I I "I ' i tMiiliiia.i,l.iM.,.,lHil,.l., ; , t, -a IT