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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, JUNE 12. 1020
INSPECTOR WANTS
MORE AUTHORITY
Highway Man of Chamber
of Commerce Objects
to Limit Imposed.
USE POOR MATERIAL
Charge Made That Frye &
Son Used Chata Instead
of Crushed Rock.
Whether Hone Hhsw, higliway in-
motor for the chamber of i'oih
blSKO, is f" be vested with au
thority to stop r(ad building opera
tion by contractors interested in
cartylng out the county hard-surfaced
highway planii will bn derided
shortly by the chamber of cummercv
anil the county commissioners.
Krt-d Sruw. brother ol tlone Hhaw,
wha, attended yesterday's meet. nil
Of chamber of commerce dlrsoton
eald his brother was becoming dls
OOltraMd over Ihe fact dial the
flu nil chamber of commerce com-
US was not showing sufficient
activity over his dally reports.
It was reported by r"Ted Hhaw
that Frye & Hon. contractors ou the
Sand Springs road, had not used
material that was up to speolflca
tlmis, and that in one place ths road
surface Is already wearing and
crumbling. Spcc-fioally It was
stated that chain lad been used In
stead of crushed st ine, thus causing
a soft roadbed.
Kred Shaw contended that his
brother should be given authority
to stop operations whenever he dis
covered that Inferior material was
being used. l.wls cUne, speaking
for the county commissioners, said
that if Oene hhaw would report such
matters to the chamber of commerce
committee and If this committee
would in turn notify the county en
gineer. Immediately action would
1 taken by that official.
The matter will probably be given
mom attention at next Friday's
meeting of the chamber of com
merce, when County Engineer Dan
-Pattnn and T. C. Hughes, special
engineer In charge of the concrete
highway, will be given a special In
vitation to attend and make known
their attitude toward giving Shaw
further authority.
That the firm of C. O. and How
ard Frye have completed seven miles
of the Tulsa-Sund fprlngs concrete
road leaving yet about 1 1-2 miles
to build before the two towns are
Joined by a hard. surfaced highway
was reported to The World yester
day that certain portions of this road
are showing signs of wear Mr. Frye
made the following statement:
Ttr.e hundred teams hauling ROO
loads of sands pass over this rond
every day. Bteel corks and toes on i
the horses and steel tires on the
wagons Is a very severe lent on a (
concrete road and would utterly de-
stroy an asphalt or macadam road
WithiB a few months. The sand Is j
constantly dripping water which i
keeps the concrete In a moist con
dition and no effort la being made
by the haulers to distribute the
travel over the road. Horse drawn I
vehicles with steel tires will destroy I
a concrete road In five per cent of
the time that -vould ho required to j
show wear hauling on rubber tires, i
Generally speaking 95 per cent of I
the hauling Is done on rubber. The
county In this case could afford to
buy rubber tires for sand haulers
rather than have steel used on a 1
new road. The road now being built
If treated fnlrly will last for a gene
ration and possibly for f0 years. '
TAKES OVER BRISTOW BANK
O. D. Groom Is'avnH 1'rodinvnt State
Hero t Kntcr First National
O. r. Groom, who has been con
nected with the i'roducors State
ISir.k of Tulsa for some time, has
bought the control of the Klrst Na
tional bank of flristow and will
move there about July 1.
The hank was organized by Mr.
Hrnom and his father about 20 years
ago. and It now has resources of
about 1700,000.
As toys for children electric cook
stoves and vacuum cleaners have
bom developed that are perfect mod
eli at full sized ones.
DIDN'T KNOW
'TWAS SO GOOD
Texas Lady Storekeeper, Who
Carries Black-Draught in
Stock, Has Found It
f "Best Liver Medicine"
Obtainable.
nsrker, Texas. Relating her ex
perience with ThedTord's Hlack
I'raught, Mrs. A. L VtomtnSi of this
!' Buys: "1 had for some time
used . . . and other liver mein
our which would nauseate and
n''ke me fe bad We have a store,
sod our customers called for Hlack.
Iraught so often I decided It must
bo good, so thought I would try It
myself.
"I began Its tiee and found It Just
fltt.d my case. It neither fltpad
t or nauaaatad me, was an easy laxa
tive and nut hard to take
"1 had had headaches a gToat deal
no doubt from torpid liver The
tjH.iick-liraught would cure them.
heat way I find to take lUack
TVaught Is to take one or two good
sized doses until the liver begins to
act, then taper the doses to Just a
Pinch ufter meal
"It will insure good digestion, do
-Way with gas tr bad taste In the
mouth, and Is without doubt the best
liver medicine in the market I have
found It so. l oan recommend It to
ny friends, for I believe It will do
them good."
Get a package of Ttiestford's
Black-liraught liver medicine today
Most dealers carry it in stock.
Sapulpa Note
APirUPA, Juno 1 l.--More than Mi
telephone operators from the loca.
office of the Houthwi stern Ball
Telephone company attended an ail
day picnic for 'girls only," on Hock
creek dam today. bOMl telephnni
service was kept normal by relay,
of girls going to and from the Hock
creek picnic grounds.
1. H. Jackson, meal oil man
trodghl th total In the Humane
OCiety milk and Ice fund to nearlj
O00 tnduy when he gave a check
fur 1100. The fund Is being collect
ed through efforts of Mabel Hassett.
county humane agent. Numernu.
poor families In the vicinity of this
city will mirier during the oomini
months without aid through tin
fund. Mrs llnsseit Raid.
H. H. Klnnard and John F.gan
left late last night for Portland
ure., to attend the International Kl
wi.nls convention as repreaentatlve
of tho local Klwanis club The dele
gates will go by way of a special
train from Kansas City today.
Frank Johnson, an oil fed work j
man of Kellyvtlle, was severely In
jured yesteiday morning three miles
north of that city, when nn autumn-
bile driven by J W, Lick of gaptll
Da ran Into Johnson, who Wag walk
Ing. Lick was driving a car loaded I
with workmen when the Injured
man stepped In front of the car to
void another car ahead of Lick's
automobile Several rlhe were1
GRAND
LAST
DAY
Sclicdule: I2:Sn, 2, S:30,
n, H so
5, 6:30,
Tucker Bros. Road Show
No. 7
ROYAL
LAST TTMKS TODAY
nitlini n- SIhuw
10 a. m. to II p. in.
VICTOH KKF.MF. rrewnls
SALLIE FISHER
ANI
RICHARD TRAVERS
IX
"The Little Shep -herd
of Bargain
Row"
Five Acts of Adventure, fU
mjinoo. Thrills and Sensations.
i'lay of llcatity anil Inn n i
A I SO
JUANITA HANSEN
AND
GEORGE CHESEBRO
IN
The Lost
City"
grnfflo rtetortpfion of the
mysterious Jungle of Africa
with all-star itutt of players who
risk tlH'lr Li Tag aieff nUnute of
the piny to nutitc till wonderful
plr-tun.
Tills plitnrc Is produced hy
sciig owl ts a wonderful pro-
trayal of lUtllic of Africa and
of wild animals of every ile
MTlptinn. -M.SO-
TEXAS GUINAN
IN
"OUTWITTED"
Two rii'ls crammed with action
and lulventiire
A ilmnui of tlw lawle wt
MjSi
HANK MANN
(HUttEUT)
IN
"THE BILL POSTER"
Supported hy
mi: baA( mann iii.ai tii:s
Se' This Wonderful Show ut the
ROYAL
THEATER
Arin.Ts KHMn loo
Ntynci: to stati: THEATKB
MAN At. KKS
Tucker Ilnrn. KUm I lunige of
Oklahoma t'lly own the slate
rights to the alsivi' oninpli'tc
eliow leaturx, wrutl, winlorn
.in.l i - ni. .1 v A in -in. is to ht
released each week All plailng
nrrtvntsgi' dates Walt for our
rcprcsrntiitivc to ..ill
broken,
ooroni r.
In-. Mm
n port d
South llU:hts cemetery, the ne
city hulral grounds, opent fur huilai
I HfiOH tomorrow. It was an
nogmoed at a meeting of the c.t
COlMtilanofl today The new ceme
tery contains 4 uorrs.
Negotiations beuaii t ' through
V. K. Cantroll, secretary of the
Ituslncse Men's iiMsui'i.-i'i.-ti. for a
solution of the locn! waiters' ami
Aiiltrcsscs' strike. Cantrell will re
port his finding! to the local chain
her of Commerce at a meeting Tuts
day. Noni of the eight restnur.ints
"ii far have nloaod on account of
the sink. and no disorders have oc
i .irre.l
TODAY
Lstla Star
Jack Nor
"Stagffild'a I'oiiic.-,"
urtli's "Odds and
.mis" t o.
Harry Watson, Jr.
'Battling Kid
Dujhm'
Aiel 111 the I anions INdeplioiie
BlNM
Harry Hayden & Co.
In the lUWMMMIll t'omody
"Till) I.O H QAMST
GRF.RM mid
DMAM
In iiinedy
Soiiicm niul
Talk
IROINIA,
DEACON
and BAXTER
In 'Their
Merry
MoiiiciiIh"
III a Few .lug
gllng l' 't
XISABVril
NBteWN
ami the
It A Kit Y BOTI
In Mi'dley
of Villldevlllr
Btta
I'rom the 1-aml of the Mikado
ISHIKAWA BROTHERS
Famous .laiutncsc liulllhiisis
Two Shows TiMiny
Vaudeville 2:30 und 8:l
fOMiNt; m:xt WEEK
Headed hy
The U. S. Jazzland
Navy Octette
Positively one of llu hcd shows
TuIni has ever seen. Thl show
will stay hut four days, Sunday.
Monday. Tuesday and Wednch
day. TIh OtBbMUn will pres'iit IiIkIi
la-- photoplays for the bal
ance of the summer, sturtliu; on
TliurMln ncii week.
WONDERLAND
liAST TlMliS TII)AV
'ts 1 "... ns i
Hlnsle llsrli.n
Lives I'll
rr Quit
Ixhtlug."
WILLIAM FOX
' presents
CEORCE
WALSH
tmTKk
DEAD LINE
A DRAMA OP tOVE ANQ
RevCNCE
V MUl H SIOAN6
eieecvso o ,
OgttL HfiNDEk &OH
fOX ENTERTAlNMErlTJ
A uplll n0 (MM falul Iln
on MiH tiftr f whl-h lurttMl (troth
KhI hl'MKlrel Mtton brUtlhiK v ith
"' ut ( i - i iuiiI ilruiiiiilir ill
llllll rat.
AL JENNINGS
In n I -.in of iiu Ufe
"An Outlaw's Alibi"
tUo
Fox Sunshine Comedy
"Hi. Naughty Wife"
Also
WILLIAM DUNCAN
in
"The Silent Avenger
A 'iiu. ni UaagM .iiiii " ""
WONDERLAND
UP 111' Ml. KM. I'll - 10.
( (i in I iiit Handel 7, Hintv- Hrnry
hlnrr t lsltlf in "A Dbtw of Ihr
n nil iittrt wnaut iiiiit.! Iif
.lir) of iiu i muomi OklMbuma nut
luu. lwli I KeVl) ' llHlllll ( tllnixr-tf I
III MMHtf NlfVte" tl.ltld f OBUjdJj .
Am i Mtj IriivrleJ in 'Tuitf The
Mrrmwnl,'' it Mm U N tuirll roiuni).
-A-
TALK INTERCHURCH MOVE
MlnlaMta of it Onnfpt with c. s.
lark at IdUMfeKM,
Future of the inter, hunt, world
movement under III reorganized
plan was d lac USaed at an Informs,!
Ititii hcon at whb h ministers of Tulsa
were the guests of IV S Clark, n i
tonal director of advertising fur the
Inten hureh movement In Ine Hotel
Tores, yesterday morning. Mr. Clark
de lared thnt the movement )ml
been placed upon an efficient, huai
tieie-llkr basis and that not a single
o operating denomination had with
dfgwn Mr Clark also took occa-
STRAND
I. A ST II Mis It Ml , V
DOROTHY
DALTON
-IX
"THE MARKET
OF SOULS"
AliNO
Gump Cartoon
STAKTIVIi SIMIAV
"A Modern Salome"
i 1 i
LAST TIMES TODAY
"THE GIFT
SUPREME"
With a supcrh enist I Ism Chancy, Scrna Omen, Tuily Marsliall,
Harry Ijonsilalc, Amiki BtfBMettti Itcriiaril liurnltig.
A human tirv of Iuhiihii Isitngs. A ilranin of rnintlniial IntTnsI
.mil ipnMa '-in i ni. . ,
Gaumont Newt
Screen Magazine
tOREJCM TIMBl 1 1. -so, I2.sn, 2. IttO, ft. ti:Mi. h. IiM
The First Baptist Church
i nuriii MM ninrtiinall
Tin: NEAREST CHURCH"
DR. J. B. GAMBRELL
Will I'nKli at II a. H&, ami a p. m.
Sunday, June 13
Dortrr Hnmhrell Is presldfnt nf tho Bnnthern nsptlst
Contranlion, tho largest ii' llgioug OonvailtlOII Iri the World.
Congressman will i ' pshaw ceils Doctor uambreii "the
i llauloi f Amr-rli-e."
Tin 'htir"-h Invites you to hoar this illstlnguishril visitor
W 1) AM)I KSON, MlnlsUT
TRINITY
EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Fifth and Cincinnati Avenue
SUNDAY, JUNE 13, 1920.
Sunday School, 9:30 A. M.
Regular Morning Service, 11 A. M.
Services Will Be Conducted by
REV. ROLFE P. CRUM
Mr. Crum has taken up the work as Rector
of this Parish and will conduct services reg
ularly from this time on. All members of
the Parish are urged to attend.
The General Public Is Cordially Invited
Klon t thfnk Iht plrgymrn for tl-rli
inlrifnt In thi timvi-mtnl .t lo ex-
trrni fongmtulAtfotei ! th fi tn
mIvm lot 1 1 ORUrOh hiilMttm program
Mr Tin kfr'ii OtOM danrc RutHf
lfiy rvnilnif. rompll'nrntary , nrlnili
nit It -Advl.
"Where DvtrytOty Uim-h"
BROADWAY
THEATER
I. AST 11 Mi s TODAY
TO IKE
LINTON DE WOLFE'S
"Fun Makers"
His Wife's
Husband
in, n...." ('hums
only Musical shin In Town
ooimwvotn kiuw
VsmlcTllle
2:1., till, SO, A. tltl
I ' i - ini''". Slurt sl I . III.
OOMTNa roMDHHow
Sutherland-Roquemore
Musical Comedy Co.
MAJCtflTO oiiriiKSTHA
Tllos , III Kltll K. MfMtflf
. ( IIOTI.AI IMm, at tlx- Organ
PAL -
LAST TIMES TODAY
"BACK TO
GODS COUNTRY
A (l4ry of lhitTVi, Inutility
loir of anhimlM makt'A llwoi tier
ot ir BtOfV li -i-iL . ilian iiu- I"
PATHE NEWS
Screen Tlimv II :t0. 12. IS, 2,
admission sn,,
TODAY
our Va ObI
KIIOWIM. OOHTINOOVt
Coming Sunday: Hoot Gibton in "Broncho Kid"
Monday: Al Jenningt in "A Highway Romance"
Hi' Is 0110 Ol ilia' fi w In in. who 1. mi in in. .Mi llvi'il lii Itmsr Hlli-rlng
BVOtla ,,f linri'ilii anil litiiiilllry.
Comforl! Comfort! Comfort!
Thai Is what ynu will flml at the
First Methodist Church
Oofissf VWMi and BovMw
Fnr your pliyslnil rnmfnrt ynn will find the church well ventl
Intrd niul OOOlar than your own poichis.
Tor your smil conifnrt, til" hips
ti rt- win ho taalyttad m meet jour
soul's Dttdi
Morning service 10:45
"A World Conquest"
Evening service 8
"Signs of God in His
World"
ThH will br u fTMl ivnKflltlo
ut 1 1 100.
Be at Sunday School
at 0:.'J0
A horne-llke church and a good
brotherly npirit is irhai yoa win
Ilnd hrc st this church.
J.W.ABEL, Pastor
RI ALTO Today
Tlie fsn-ata-wt Inu-rpn u r of Wm cni RoIm
Win. S. Hart in
The Square-Deal Man
Thr Ksmtilcil vilm wlit.s IiIa llulit
it iiK iti-Mi-rt
tVNPAY
Olive Thomas in "Out Yonder" and
Falty Arbuckle in "The Village Scandal
ACE
799
rlrl f ihr QMNkMAll wild, WtlOM
frlpmln nnil pntrr(ot fr'iu nr
' ItWfUTltWfc
PALACE ORCHESTRA
It IS, I M. VIM, 7, H IS, U 111
OHHiORKN 100
KEEP KOOL
I'llOM H:SII A. M lo II IV M
Slionliig tin- UN Mi l'riarHlr of
"The Lion Man"
I '; ' 1 :' .liM-lt Trrrln Att1
Kiit.liliMi (HVnimir
i-rimr. n bWMM ifiil Klrl, n ttuu
err rrlmliuil N rahown In n futirn
of I 11 in h I .1 11 1 11 m tl MN fill' I
Ultll tie ll-4 of tl.oliiK 1T'T Ik-
foir aitriMilrt hy niM.it ir wini
mii. .M)rilry, AdvrjH un-, ll-
NMMMW,
AImo: A Ml i'- Trail ndiirUnn,
ntttwfl
"Code of the North"
"FisU and Fodder"
International Newt
ADMISSION
1 itii.tr. n ltd, Ailnlta tftrt
In llflMBHf a MSpMCftUc motllbtf
oommunlli
' aSr -' aS
This Store is 100 I
Favor of Organized
Labor
A NON
PROFITEERING STORE
Tho nii.ttvrs of thli store are.
nml nlw:iy have been, In enivs
tin. neeit nf tln wnrkinit puo
h i, it Ii quality merchandise
nn their requirements deserve,
winking vci nn a ttlietlf hul
neas. baaia end otractlna only
IIOll m i prnflts nn were Justly
and conscientiously earned
tin ouch oar Kartt Ml 'n-
veai incut. Today w are serr
InK nn ever tnrienslna clientele
nf Tulsa OittaOH with mer
chandise which must he re
plied! from en unsteady
market, yet we would rather
do tiiirtire to our pstrons than
enact Oltt tollai "f 'Tress pro
fit in entlcipstion of an In
creuso In wholesale price.
We Can and DO Sell Bet
ter Merchandise for Lest.
We Invite You to Investi
gate and Compare These
Prices.
Ladies' Ready to Wear
PRICE
The. Rsdy-to-Wer Depart
ment must go to provide room
for expansion of oiher depart
ments. This spring many hl(
shipments of high grnde gar
ments were placed In inir stock
In antlclpntton of our ruetn
msrs' wants. There yet re
mulns a wonderful selection
of Hulls and Coals of wanted
matertale and shades, all ex
cellently hand tailored ; Dree
ees salnre sdorn the depart
ment In silken sheens of Taf
feta, (lenrfette, Crepe de China
and many other summer fab
ric. Exhaustive nr.. f of our
fair dealing la expressed In
pricing theew at half their us
ual cost.
Summer Millinery
The very lalesl shapes In sum
mer hats Including etraws and
mid summer creations of silk
en materials sWstt you here,
and they are specially marked
54 PRICE
Shoe - Shoe
Wrt do not nttpmpt hy fr to
carry tho lnrgvtit atock nf nho
In th r.Hy, hut w tin carry
Ih very tt quality ahnwi nh
tMlnRTtl In Hiifflrlont qtianttty
find i'' to inaur correct fit
tuts and wanted RtyllnKa. Thny
ara all Npnclally priced at-
off
Extra Special
(00,000 doaen pair of hone
Ihe entire output of one fac
tory has Just been received.
They are of extra good quality
and you will find It profitable
to buy them by the doion.
Itc value priced 1 Q
per pair at XC
Wash Skirts
For summer time the separ
ate skirt that will wash well
ts very attractive and very
comfortable. Doxens of pretty
designs In the latest modes
are priced here CJ
China Silk Waists
A big shipment of China flllk
WslHts have just been received
attractively denlgned and pret
tily trimmed, value usunlly
selling at 15.00. special for
Raturday jjjiTJ
Handbags Suitcases
Vacation time calls for new
luggsge whether the trip be
long or short. Why take
chstue with Bn old bag or
suitcase when you can pur
Ohaa these In value of 'l 7.
il.lt, (3 QQ
for (Dl.70
Palm Beach Suits
Hot weather Is upon us, and
we must use precaution to
protect our health In welter
ing days. You'll find It not
only more romfortihle, but
ymir health will be better pm
tSOtOt If you wear one of
these I'alm Iteache. Many
pretty mmlel of finest Palm
Beach weaves await your -
lection In vulues of $.12. 5t) but
specially priced
now at
$19.50
Miscellaneous Specials
OlrUfham, the national dress
mateiiuj, very pretty patterns
in i hei ks, plaids, stripe and
nlld OOlOl s, Q C
i" ' rai 'i OOC
Hleache.i Muslin for domestic
pUrpnSM, an extra good grade
nf fins bleach, special or
imw per yard J)C
Tnbleaohed Mualln, an extra
ordinary value,
per y.ird
25c
f3. 00
ed for
Wash Skirts of regular $3.00
value, specially priced for
aaturaay only
at
98c
l'nlon Mule OveraJls for Vnlon
M.n. Ws have the lllue
(I, ant prafld priced
at
$2.50
Carpenters' Overalls, the very
i, ih vary
$2.98
liUliist uuallty
for
LOOK!
For Our Advertisement
Next Week
NORTH MAIN
DEPARTMENT
STORE
I0T-IU0 RoMk Main Street

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