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P.. D. Gwynne Nominated
for First Vice Presi
I dent of Association.
City Brief s
Local Purchasing Agents to
Boost Him at Chicago;
Want Next Convention.
It. D. Owjrfine, liurrhuslnK aitent
for UM Uulf I'lpo UM rotnpnny.
waa nomlnatod fof tii' off tot of first
viio iiri-Kldrnt of the nntlnnal nswi
Blatlon of purr ha. um IMIi at'
r I at mi-atttiK of the nailnnul DOm
IdiiiIiik loinimttro In Now York
City, Recording to a notification rs
COiYM by O, V. Honlcn, Ml rr-tary
fi r I he Tulsa assortatlun of pur
, i i 'ik'
Bvory effort will tir- made bf th
lot ,t association to sccuro (tic i-l,.
sl'-n of Mr. tlwynrir- ,o the national
office at the annual convention In
(hlriign October 11, U, 11, Mr. lior
den MM yesterday. Tho Ht. Louis
association of purchasing Kffintfl
h.i alraady pladgad n Nippon
for Mr. Qwynno'o candidacy ami
other branches will be Interviewed
prior to the convention. Aa director
of pnrrha-ws for the Coif T'lpe Une
Company, Mr. Gwynne ha charge
of expenditures exceeding flu, 000,
00ft annually.
The Tulsa delesatlon to the con
vention will number about SO mem
ber, the convention expenses of
Mr. BoVdan nnd one other member
of tho local ruvowlatiori belnjr paid
by the national organization aa the
result of a recant membership con
test. Tulsa will be boosted as tho
till convention city for the nation
al association, with which 10
nonchis are affiliated.
MatnbOH of the Tulsa branch will
bold their regular dinner at 6 : 1 f
i iiiih i iii-.-u.i cv.-nioK. .nine -
followed by a meeting in the mu
nicipal nudttorluni. 'TacklnKH," the
Tropn rat ions lined to pack pipe lines
fi refinery and compression work,
will be discussed during the meeting
from the point ol view of the pur
chasing agent by 1.. It. Burner of
the Chestnut & Smith Qaaotlna Co.,
imrl from the point of view of field
man by field representatives of dif
ferent oil rompanies.
, Tc i gl'lKT TITI.K to lot 4. Wocll
S, Hodge addition to Iba Olt) of Tli
and In determining heirship to the
I property, suit was filed In dlstr nl
I court yesterday t y lalO P, Wall
lugalnst Janus Wall, Laura II. Wall
land others.
Cl.Alt ANi'K M"OIIK. a negro nr.
Katad a: his home on a faun south
of Hand Springs Saturday night In
possession of 2 r gallons of "I'hne"
lieer, made bond of f.'o'O yesterday
I efore Q, I.. Yancey, United Stales
commissioner, and was released
p tiding preliminary healing June
CAT COPBNHAVKlt. ihar1i-,l
with stealing Jiwelty to the alue of
t2 from the residence of ileorgc
oott.'IIOI West Seventeenth Strict.
West Tulsa, June 7 Is held In the
county jail awaiting arraignment be
fote Justice S (' Maxey.
It- V RJKBD, charged with illsturh
Ing the peace or .1. ! t'ox in Waal
Tulsa Sunday night by swearing at
the complain. int. .entered a plea of
(juilty at bis arraignment yesterdav
before Juattoa n J Qray ami paid
a fine of ati'l costs for his ulnae
from the county Jail
PETITION FOH divorce wee
filed In district court yesterday ly
Peril Stringer, a minor, by Mrs. Vell
lle Sowders against Rhea Stringer;
Uyi tie Ten III against l-.veiett Terlill,
Manuel It.irglrr against Moss Uam-
Iraa; ii. H itlnnetl acalnat Myrtle
Stinnett; Corena Taaiahfll against
Andrew Tamehlll; Viola Hpenccr
against tlalen SpcncMr, Ueorgc taleti
against May lilen.
t -
sued to the following yesterday
the clerk of county court; U.
Pfcriier, 44 and Cordla EC Swiiif-
las, Kiefer, j. it. Plataer, If ami Aiu
V, liavls, 24, Tulsa. Saul K Kuah
iiHT. !(3 and I, cone It. Sulow. 19,
Tulsa; Tanilv Walker 2, Tolsa and
Pearl n. Tyler, in. Blxby; H, .1.
Peldner, 'it, Tulsa ami tVa Ganahom
2 fi, (jallon, Ohlai Hugh M. . n. !
ft, Tulsa and BIlUl M. Halbert, 21,
SjirltiKfielil, Mo.
Sapulpa ntcH
Six Outings Planned by
flubs and Departments
of Local Churches.
A PULP A, June 4 Klig l"
will tie ohscixeil tonight In the clu i
looms of Ilia Rial .lull .i ii N
Cobb, aoortlary of the chamber of
cortvmrrco. will give the addPMs f
tin- goaulna, Music win be furniatti i
by the gins of the Higii school Qles
of Ho
pia fr
chatnher of commerce had a
of reCUeeta tar the rhatitau
'in nani of the olaba of sa
Tfw Mortuary
Marriage 1, cense
till f lllOWlni I Inn
Kiefer, and Mlaa
i K fi I i'.ix I. ii I I
.1 lid
were Issued
. winenrn
Tlda Tn
II. Hi lirtow,
Mil liorence lluhel, 2.'. Hr.s-
' A Mbtiidge H4 years
at his l rMitctli i in Kl hd c
Did, died
,it : .1"
i i i ovum N tN i n noM
Mian i l ira If litt bull or Wtttti artMof
I i tins for I'nlortMlo nfMitmn,
flss O n . Klml' itl h.ad of th
Flag Day Poem
Written by Sister
In Brat her a' Honor
also said that no personal Interest
of mine shoulil be considered until
party success and party honor had
been protected.
It was this New York vote for
T.owden taken front the AS votes that
hnd been east for me that gave T.ow
den his lead In the fifth ballot and
that enabled him substantially to
equal the Wood vote on the ballot
immediately following. When oftor
the seventh ballot It was clear that
Lowdon could not be nominated, we
helped the drift toward Harding ami
on the ninth bnUot became the de
cisive factor by giving Harding 66
The New- York votes that sup
ported fne to the end were cast in
pursuance of eai-i est requests from
delegates In Illinois. Iowa, Missouri.
Texas, Kentucky and other states
thnt If the effort to nominate Sen
ator Harding should fill, mv name
might still remain before the convention.
"The New Yorkers who care for
the republican party and for the
success of Its principles and who are
jealous of the honor should rejoice
and take satisfaction that their rep-!
resentatives In the republican na-1
tlonal convention, nlthourfi by no j
ntfans unified In sentlrrfafit or In,
organization are yet ablr" to exert"!
so commanding an Influence In ft
great emergency."
FaTors nardlng.
"Harding and foolldge," the state, j
ment closes, "are first of all patriotic
Americans and republicans to the i
core. We are able to have the satis
faction of supporting and electing!
a real republican ticket. We may
look forward with complete confi
dence to the restoration of the na
tional government to Its old founda-l
tlon, which are love and reverence)
for the constitution of the 1'nlted ;
On Flay day. June 14, 1917.
f'harlos S. Bennett of Tulsa sailed
from New York harbor with the
First Division. ,
Following the flag, later, he
sustained mortal wounds at Sols
sons and, still later, was cited for
conspicuous gallantry and oapc
specially meritorius service.
It Is fitting and proper that the
following tribute by his sister,
Miss Mary Jane Benndtl of this
city, shoul.1 appear on Flag day,
June 14, 1 920:
Ah. there are Joys that only sis
ters know,
I fought is battles for Im long
1 bound his wounds, aye, and his
puppy's, too,
Such joya I knew.
And there ore griefs that only sls-
tera know
Now goes he forth to challenge
freedom's foe.
And where his young heart loads,
I may go,
fiuch griefs I know.
But there Is pride I would all sis
ters Bnewj
Ah, he has made my noblest
dream come true,
My little brother of the long ago,
Such pride I Jinriw,
Six picnics arc scheduled for 1hr
Sunday si boo; iIcimi imrnls and oi
Iganlaatlona of local chinches this
week, with mini plenkM In process
of planning fot next week.
About ja member! Oi the Inter
im, II Ho league of ttie Mist Math
n lift FplHeopiii c hinch lll embark
for a, picnic at Hand Springs at
r so o'clock this a renins while
Junior league menibeis of the
church will assemble at the chun h
at the same hour for an indoor pic
nc which will In the el, sing social
event of the season. ,
Sunday school of the llulli tte
mission, st NorfrtT4 and Kuton.
jvil meet at the mission at 1 o'clock
j Wed need ay afternoon ami win leave
lln a special car at Mi to hold their
innnal picnic Tti Hand firings park
I a part) numbering 101 especti i
Bach family will furnish their own
a,tpner, Women of the community
'circle, an organisation which meets
I each Wednesday aftcrnoyn. have
!:.No In en Invited to attend the plc
1 nlc.
Mimhers of the young woman's
n une missionary society of the First
'Methodist Bplaeepal church win
'hold their annual picnic 1'ildav i ve
I rung at Sand Springs, winch will
also tie the setting on lh same dav
f ir the picnic of the PepthntM clr
ele of the First I'rrsbvtorlnti
Church, The Junior Sunday school
department of the First Praaby-
lerlan clinch will meet at the
church at 2 30 o'clock Friday after
h ion ami go to Owen park for an
afternoon rn games lit tho park
and a picnic s ipper at 6 o'clock. A
picnic slipper In Central park on
Saturday ovenlng is also ahaduted
for divisions six and ten of the First
Preabytcrtan church, division six in-
' mil rip all church mrmtous livlm;1
between Poston avenue and the
Midland Va'.ley railroad, the Frisco
railroad and Beventh street, and
dlvtaibn ten Inclmling those rest
rient between llostoti avenue and
Peoria street nn(, between Seventli
and Tenth (treats.
The senior Chru-ilan Fndeavnr
socinty of the First Presbyterian
church, nppi nxlmctlng 110 In mem
bership, his sit Thursday. June 24,
aa tho date of I heir next picnic.
fn o. may oi-i v oi ii i; itiiui;
- liev J B Burl, pastor
Methodist Kpls,-npal eiiurch
of the
has ri
eently realgned the pastorate of ihi
Sapulpa ehureh, ana will leave Sat
urdaj for iiklaaoma li'y, where he
has bi-en appointed field llgetlt of
thO Oklahoma t'.ty college Rev Roy
F Crawford of Baal prlngfield
I Ohio, has been celled to fill the pas'
Urate of the Melhodlet church Ha
will arrive this W00h with his famll)
and will condui t the Sunday sen ices
next Sunday.
Miss Frances BOetlWOll of Hals
Texas, sunt hw atia n Held OOOrelary
of the county and lown department
I of the y. i ' a . ii it apalpa t i
Lilay, after making preparations w ith
the pray let on a I committal of lha lo
cai Xi yv. c. A., for a permanent m -,
ganixataui of the Y. W ('
general secrilary will lie sent to
iapUlpi by Si pt 'in tier and the fill d.
which were raised last winter for the
; work will bO used In equipping of
fices. Father's ha and Sunday School
Pav Wele observed at the BOQthern
Methodist church Sunday mornuig
With progianis at both tin Sunday
s hool and church service hours The
prograni In observance of Faiher'a
I Uiy was given at II o'clock.
The chamber of commerce has
contracted with the Itedpath-Horn-ncr
-hautnuiua company to hold a
summer Chuutauuuu courae begin
ning jdly 0- J H N Cobb, secretary
1 fShe Music Maker
' '
PMMHEVr lfn-rnt1wllv'H In i'ity
rnni St. I Ami Yr.rljiyf
K. D. Alnnllp, aKfltnt.int ftflttMl
pnyiHpnBrr iRnt, aiii 1. n. OUdtr
locvr, pr.Fufnp'iT rrpiwentfttiVsi "f
Iht Tlalti rnorf A Ohio rnilroad, with
.i ll, u.ir tct H nt Ht. Loultli W9T9. In
tli e- city yptrrflny In th llltrtMtl
"f tji" railroad they rrpirw-nt. Th
l' St 0' inny lutrr iltridc to npm n
lint own officf In TtilHH thrv Bald.
Shave With
Cuticura Soap
The New Way
Without Murf
It K RobfrtMII, an alttunry Ol
I Bnpulpti in4 brother of j h a
I Ittfl'i i tnnn. It" ft tmljiv fot Iht MMi
It v ,i t lytlan . MBtlttfll paa
ifr of thf Tt n.ipiiM( rhurah, or
Cttpltd lh pUfpfl at the Ha.ttiNt
t hurt h RtlM tv in tnt RlNMIIM of lhi
1 1 nr. th itfv ii l Conhwrifhi
Mi ConkWtlghl wan Injurr,) tn an
MaUtomobtir ai ctilrnt Htiturtlay nUhi.
When hi' wan knocked through 11
plat hi. in" windoWi Mr. Coflh
Wrlfhl ii 1 1 th pttni tu crank hi" tar
Whlfe I' WM Iti near Mre. onk
w i iu In i!r." in fMirfrrlniX with a l t"k
en ankit- which ahe re'elxrd two
Dreeka RgO white ellmhinic a f 1 1K lit 1
etalre ni the hiKh MhooX
Mis t' lMirkn, had ehnre of
the Children! tftay proKram, which
Wiir ;K'n at thti rlfel rreMtiteiliin
ohurth Sunday Inoriilni Bneh
pa tn lit of t h- tSunta) Mha1 w.ih
repreeented One af the nuejihet
"ii thr provram wan a eheth by fif-
i Woint-n of the Kathriiue lltmvei
Bible elauH,
- U 1 'or t "mention.
An Invitation wan eenl nter'lay
b) the chamhtf nf Dotneroe and th
M ti nff plain df tile Internathui il
t in im n'i aaaoaiallon ankinK that the
Ittl annual eontrantlon or thin aa
aoolattOn he held In Tulea The nr-
antsailon iian a large inentberehip
balna represented in praetuatly uil
foreirn countnee
77ho Music House
r-1 in, k h.i t it i ii.i v afternoon, funeral I home eennntntea denartmenl of tin
rrvtovl Wore In id al the residence I Tulsa high schmd, will leave Man
yesterday Morning: and lln- bodf - 1,1 1
was sent to Hnpulpii fni burial The
dseeaaed is unlvel tn hi, wit'
one ohlldi fathei ami ntothef and a
brevier, j a HMrlitge ot Ttitaa,
miss Ben tat rain, as years, old of
IflJ Boilth f. ii avenue, died al
i in 1,1-1,1. k Hat iii day afternoon
rum-ral services wt'ie held si tlo-
ti-oiiiice liunday afternoon and in
Ii intent Wa made III Itose Mill
cemetery, Miss Phiii Is survived In
her mother and falher, Mr. and
.Mis. J. J l'aln, four ghHerO, and
three brothers Mis l-'aln ens se
rlfuaty in al the time of tin- death
of her daughter and wus UIMbll to
atti ml Ihc funeinl.
day. June ( to attend t'ln nationsl
eioiomi.s ronrentlon in Colorado
'pi iii 'i Ittlir .i,-2n. and ibe nu et-
im- of he national education asen
lis linn to S.l( laike I'lty the riist
m k In .lull c'llllnwlng these meet
lugs 'lie i spend her vacation n
in wi-i
Minn riiiN
H,l--llHoil- Will lie Inioels of llllrs
iii v. tv. 4-. . Pnof Fnufglw
Married menibeis of the awllH
nlng classes at the V W C, A Mill
glc a demonstration of their gblll
,'m swimmers rm the beneffl of theli
husbontlii "t 7 o'clock tin, evening
The demonofratlon win consist of
beginning ami finished awimmlng
and diving it win be in charge of
Mls -Mid. i I iii nils, swimming In
ti HOtcr,
To MM " irehnwje
A permit was Issued by llulldlnu
Inspector H K Kopp for the on
gtrttatlan of a oonorete Mock atora
and warehouse al 101 Ball 1'irst
street, lo i ust approximately Ill.eOi)
Distributed By SlB
Katclifi-Sandera Co.
Firsl and Butln OltiC I tnd 2
g m xsheMusic Maker m
Our Special Victrola Outfit Suggestions
Wa offer eome aprrini outfit aujNraetlona in Vletrolaa, Tti Tt- nnn laetaded
to thcia outfttn are lO.lnrh doutde faeo Victor reiorda of our own olectton
or If you prefer other remrdn yrni may n U t tlirm t ilm B.ime vntu- froni
tho Victor eiitaloa containtnfr over .oiui m lei t un, s.i nm priri- i-aali or
I time. We Rlva you tho benefit of our experleiue, mualcal hut wledffo, ami
superior ervlc. Our prlccn art ?ucU-buttoin and you cm buy ua vtry
' njy i'o i , i 1 1 i r ,
Mi gj
Stylo Vl,35
Our Special Outfit I
Our Soc1al Oulfft B
lui "inns! Violrt.lgj I'ufflt II
Our Sporta! Outfit
I'irluit 'lrl
IX ottfb 1U I
(20 fill!
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Our Spoxclal Out At G
Our rfpaniel lowola lutltl (i lo
leg Iiewrgf I s ,(,el We"
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Very Imi
Po anl aaufuaa Ilia (..entile V Me
tro l with ana ! y chaap tmitoi
live te t,.,'-i - Hi mataat,
Tbota ! oatr vkttul and aur
ru ' aaiTtra im tba i r
a-r. ,r - a . , aa nalj tkM araaf mumt
awuaa -
l)rihta (ara h i llae
iLV" $235.20
V'or f tmtf rummil
ll Diai Maka a DiKaooMa
Wbara Yau Taat uu
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NOW 18 Tliri TIME to IIUT
ITavo lore. arForrht, roft ba r thnt
ran baranly drr .sc 1, Oct r-J of t'.m
. ' -ii thn oj-i-virigf hiir rJtLa
and BtopfallmghiLirwilb
the ran) hair c-wer. Send tc fnr
either Kxalento Ouinina 1'tnuaUa or
Ktelento Sk:n iTVatiuner.
Ayaota wan'rd tnatll Kialaalt tVodocta
Inallparta of Iba count ry
antn utii .kimritir rnuaiuw
Atla fta, Lao-gla
Make your old discarded shoes look like new.
DYANSHINE will do it. It makes old shoes
look and wear better and keeps new shoes new.
DYANSHINE is the original and only effi
cient combination dye and shine preparation
on the market. It is truly a leather preserv
ative, and imitations have actually ruined
shoes. If you buy DYANSHINE you will not
be disappointed in quantity or quality, and
you'll give your shoes a new lease an life.
Pumps, army shoes, baby shoes, calfskin, satin,
or horsehide they're all the same to DYAN
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Brown and Light Tu, at all the better stores.
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Ou. Infill ej t I o tu- UX
The Clothes You Want
For Hot Summer Days!
Coolness, lightweight, airy, porous, backed by smart
style and shape retaining fabrics that's what you de
sire for these sultry days and that's what you will
find here.
Cool Tropical Suits Tailored
' For Us by Stein-Bloch
Tailored with that same
careful attention to the
smallest details that charac
terize all of the Stein Bloch
clothes. The good fit and
fine tailoring in these suits
stands out more distinctly
than ever.
Cool Tropical Worsted and Cranhc,
English Gabardbtes, Palm Hcachts,
Silks and Mohairs ia a fine array of
clever models for every type of man.
$20 $22-50 $25
$30 to $5750
irr , ui
f Silk
The Whole Stock Divided Into Two Great
Groups $14.75 ard $19.75
Somewhere n loss is taken, and no doubt,
a heavy loss, on Unj.sc skirls offered to"
The faet is lhat some nf the leading man
ufacturers in the respective markets have
found that the longer holding of their
stocks is very debatable.
They release sufficient .sections of them
fo favored customers at a big break of
prices, rather than risk a greater loss by
longer holding.
Thai's the "whv" of this remarkable sale
of skirts- -it is without precedent.
Silk Skirts Regularly Up to
$25.00 for $14.75
Georgette and silk faille, satin and tric
olette in a comprehensive range of plain
colors and siripes.
- The styles include the desirable knife
ChoifT of the 20 skirts $14.7:)
Shirt Sci (inn, Tlilril Moor.
Silk Skirts Regularly Up to $47.50 for $19.75
Including all the leading brands of spprt silks as well as plain
color silks in both light and dark colors.
Klimax ftafln, Kuinsf Kuinsa, Fan-ta-si, Crepe de (llnnft.
Queen Ann Satin, Satin Baronette, Milano and Pongee Knife
pleated and plain models all are included,
Choice of the lot al $19.75.
Some New Arrivals in
mi&s airasu w(qxq
. . .2.50
5H inch All Wool Cream Jersey
1 1 inch Cream Wool Batiste
i. it i ois a.? Mill
on men i.a e .Mi ipe .avy Mlk Jersey $4j.r)
inch 'Taffeta Silks ill Peach and Orchid S3. 00 nfcd $4.45
40 in h Piain Silk Georgettes in Pink, Flesh, White, Cream
and Navy $3.50
32-inch Silk Warp Baby Flannel $2.7."j
Main I'liwr
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