hers of tho Mason lodge, of which he
was a membor, that during his
career as a hotel manager, he never
turned a man from tho door because
of lack of funds. Tho body was
shipped to Waterloo, Iowa, last night.
PmimimiIo 1'lllllT Alltll.l.llW
Prosecution under tho slato
statutes for failure to makn nppilca
tlon or to have In possession an auto
mobile not carrying a state license,
was begun before Justice H. J. Gray
yesterday when V. 8. Htucker wt
arrested by Ocorgn H. Oraco, city
patrolman. Htucker entered1 a plea
nf not guilty at his arraignment yes
terday and was held under bond of
$100 for trial of tho ease Juno
Klfnt rhltln chiifth, cntnr Ninth nt
llouldfr KIKhl wffV, Junt I to Jul? II,
to 11 ft m.
If IntrrcatM eall
Mil.. KATHAnt.M". IIOt'flTOS
I'hon. (.tr 1011. Ill R. Clnclnnntl
City Brief a
nkiiAiio.MVs iiMsr hmiii; ron wo.mi n
Mil. AND MH8. RANKIN C
RBKD, 1002 Kuat PostorU, an-
nniince tho hlrth on Juno 1 of a
datightor, to whom they havo given
tniors to Receive Their
wio nama oi Jicuy Juno.
MAHRlACin l.lCKNHKS were. Is
Diplomas in uaps
TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1020
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.thk -om or quality f wo l
319-321 S. MAIN ST. 0
J VVtk- -TJW sell !
sued to tho following yesterday by
tho clerk of county court. Harry
K. Schroder, 38, New York city, and
lvn Smith, 27, Tulsa, Charles V,
McCarrcll, 27, nnd Mary C5. DoVault,
22, Tulsai D. C. Shannon, 62, and
Mllto N. Slnnott, 46, Muskogee.
PETITIONS KOU DIVORCK were
filed yestorduy In district fmurt by
Marie Jonos against Dennis .lones,
.1 i?i..nln nf Pnmmonro-
mt of High Occurs nt
v thnn 170 gtudenta will re-
. rc prlnioil on parchment
n,t Inserted 111 a shcoii-
" t .'der bcarlnR tho name of the
jiti'l tuo high scnooi sen in
' 1 . . Thn d.ifoT mil 1m llttn
'f,l ..n the diploma: "They aro
. r .iiit diplomas thnt 1 have
' n-cn plvcn to hlsth school stu
, , Mtrlo C. rrunty, principal
AV'y clHhorato nml ItnpoBlnB
,roinm has heen prepared Mr tho
, .,.. whkh. according to Mr.
f. ,f him neon mo Kim "i uvcry
ir.'l Rlrl 01 UIO iius.i 1 1 vim mu
,,,, vri set foot in a srhool bulld-
inc The seniors win ovupy huikv
,.. a nd will wear cups and sowns.
Mr I i ii nt V saw r.. uueniuiun
Inner mendent of, city schoolB, will
r""flf A ,
The prpprn" ...,...
hv ulienr. Invocation. Hev. C. W.
Kerr f ' WlnBS of Sons, Mcndels
nhn (.ah and high i-chool Klrls
chorus presentation of diplomas,
for high school, Merls C. l'rnnty.
for cl hnols. 15. H. Ohorholtzer.
for beard of education. 11. O. Mo
Clure.. The SUir Spangled Itilnncr.
ThU program and event closes tho
rommencement week and tho school
l'.lkl tn OVIrbrnto.
Co-operation of tho IJIks with tho
-ini Veterans of America and
other organizations In Iho program
f,v ihp 1'ourth of July relehratlon
w.i'ff panned yesterday evening nt
In, iftfeMng of an Elks committee
composed of J-osier r. nurns. wai
ter Gray .mil .luck Oelfand. Kvonts
. . . i
in prosep' mi inw i-tiiiiu ri; n
pa' arte I reworks nt Owen park,
and athletlr events at McN'ulty
ernio K. Hogun ng.ilnst KunlcoJ
II.. . . . til ... . .'1
iii'kuii, di mur i-iniicr, or., against
Ada Plnnor; UHIan Ii. Nlchelsou
against Claronco 13. Nlchclson; Jack
iTancis against rorrlne Krnnds,
Cora Snyder ngnlnst Uvarctt Snydar.
DRCRIJH OK ' DIVORCK were
granted yesterday In dlstrl.t court
to Ida Avery against Dexter Avey,
Allco Ilaker itualnst J. M. Ilaker;
Marshall T. Kappclo ngalnst Mablo
JUDOMENT for 13.336, claimed
o ho duo for oil drilling operation
'.j?.. 2'1.'.."nK0 ciint and nn
additional 11,000 for fishing, draw
ing, casing irtid Plugging well, was
asked In a suit fUed In district court
by Mark !. Dunlgan against tho
Marlanrt ReflnliiB company.
, The Mortuary
Thomas J. Loving, 78 years old,
died suddenly at' the homo of his
daughter, Mrs, .?. M. Oray, 1643 East
Third, last Sunday. Me Is survived
by three daughters, Mrs. J. M Gray.
Tulsa; Mm. Emma Van Houdcn,
r ii-uuiiiu, rvan.j ana .Mrs. Nancy
wM-uiiuii, .my, uKia.; nnu ono son,
John II. Loving of Silver Cltv. Iowa.
Tho body was shipped to Uernlcc,
.vjKia., iiiiesuay mining.
i Kuneral services for John Exley,
59 years old, who died at va local
hospital Monday ovcnlng, following
nn operation, were, held at tho
.Mlicncu-i'ioming chapel at, 4 40
o'clock yesterday afternoon. The
body was shipped to Oil City, Pa
i Frank D. Jenkins, 68 years old,
died of heart failure at tho residence,
i.i r.asi second, iasi sunuay. .Mr.
Jenkins was formerly a hotel man
ager here, and It was said by mem-
Is here nnd in planning your luggage needs come
to L-U-C-E-'s nnd let us help you.
Traveling ling (ns illustrated) come.s in hlnck
Cobra, grain cowhide, sewed corners, lift catches
and inside lock, waterproof lining, hand sewed
Priced at $16.50
L-U-C-E Lupgagc First
L-U-C-E Luggage Lasts
Mail Orders Prepaid
TRUNK COMPANY '
414 S. Main St.
Ii. .1. ITTKNHACII,
Turk Bros. Special
FOR THE REST OF THIS WEEK
$8 and $10 Values in Pumps and
One Eyelet Tie
Beautiful Patent, Kid or Satin
One-Eyelet Tie Pumps, priced
for this sale at
White Kid, Taupe, black or
patent Pumps Also black
satin Pumps with "high French
heels priced '
Black kid walking oxfords, also
black, brown, white or Rein
skin sport oxfords that have
comfort and class priced
Ankle Tie Pumps
Beautiful long vamp ankle tie
pumps in black satin, patent or
French Heel Oxfords
Tho season's Smartest models, so com
fortable, too, The simplicity of Btyln
.nd the beauty of lino that character
ize these Oxfords shown here. Colors
of black and brown
318 SOUTH MAIN
Jin , nun t AnrrcT cunc ntcTuiDiiTHDO
Street ' I ULOA O L.rtiutnj i ji iv lij i muu x
We nre discontinuing our
silk line of Ladies Purses,
nnd as nn inducement to
close them out rapidly,
we nre offering n speciftl
three-day sale at less thnn
$8 and ?10'
Purses at .
$13 and 114 Purses
$15 to S18.R0 Purses
Se this wonderful assortment of
Purses In our window, nil prices
marked In plain figures.
AH styles and shapes, silk,
suede and other materials de
veloped by tho best workman
105 SOUTH MAIN
A Timely Sale of
Beautiful Wash Waists
At the Remarkably
Low Price of
Worth from $2.95 to $4.95 .
Every bnc well made of a fine quality Voile or Organdy. Dozens of
style's, including low neck and round collar effects. Beautifully trim
med with embroidery, real lace, frills and tucks.
There are several hundred waists in this assortment, but as every ono
is an exceptional bargain and many women will supply their needs for
the entire summer an early selection is advisable. '
Sizes 34 to 44
See Them in Our Windows
on an six
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UjiSSSSS ALL the good words you ever heard
flzU J spread 'about Camel Cigarettes
Sst won't measure a foot high compared
ijjjl' with the pleasure Camels hand out!
Take their mellow mild body, for in
stance. You never puffed-in such
smooth satisfaction. Yet, all the desir
able body is right there. Camels flavor
? is as new as it is refreshing.
Camels are as unusual in quality as
I they are in satisfaction; besides, you'll
prefer the Camel blend of choice Turk
ish and choice Domestic tobaccos to
either kind smoked straight. Prove
this by comparing Camels with any
v cigarette in the world at any price!
Smoke Camels till the cows come
home they leave no unpleasant ciga
retty aftertaste nor unpleasant ciga
retty odor! They never tir.e your taste!
Ctmnh aro sorf everywhere in eclentWceUy
eelilpackHm of 30 ci&mretie for QOcenteS
or (en pseAsm 300 ciare(let) In Alanine
paper-covered carton. We atronfily reeom
mend thl carton for the home or office tupply
or when you travel.
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.
Winaton-Salem, N. C
KS TURKISH & DOt1E$XIC p&
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