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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1920
s.
GIVE' BIG PICNIC
TO "HIGH,". GIRtS
. W. C. A. Will Be Host
to High School Students
on Outing Monday.
GO TO SAND SPRINGS
Similar Affair for Grade
School Girls Given
Following Day.
A picnic, for high school slrla at
Bund Sprlncn park on Monday aft
prnoon under the auspices of the
Klrl work department of the Y, W,
O. A. In announced by Miss Mabel
fiones, head of tho department. Tho
filrls will meet In the department
club rooms on the. third floor of tho
bulldlns at : o'clock Monday after-,
(noon. A picnic Mupper will bo
r-urrnd at the park nnd return to
lulsa will bo mudo before night
lalL Any hlsh achool girl In the city Is
Invited to tho picnic. Thoao who
"wish to ro am asked to call tho
li-lrls wnrt rton., rt mnnt In tc.irn whnt
v Veats" to bring. Iltsldcs Miss
jj ISones, there will b several other
'vnapcroncn. ,
scheduled for Tuesday afternoon at
3:30 o'clock, each bringing her con
tribution for tho common picnic
spread, Chaperones will bo Miss
Bones and ono high school student
for each ten grade bchool students.
Tho picnickers will return c.irly In
tho evening,
"High" girls have requested and
will be given two lessons In cooking
during tho coming week, one on
tVandwIch'naltlng at 12:30 o'clock
Thursday afternoon and a second on
jilo making at tho same hour Thurs
day afternoon. Culinary Instruction
will be followed by tho usual plunge
In tho Y. V. pool at 3 p. m. and on
Thursday by a tnlk-fcst on person
ality, called "My Ships," at 4 p. m.
CREDIT MEN.ADJOURN
Sapulpa Notes
riAI'UIil'A, Aug. 13. Tho city
budget, which has recently been
compiled, was announced this morn
ing by Don McMasters, commissioner
of finance. The budget,shoved that
tho tax levy this year will bo 2.01
mlls less than that of last year. The
levy this year Is 21.65 mills, as
compared to 26.(8 mills of last year.
The levy will be divided, giving ten
mills for the general fund nnd 14.111
mills for the sinking fund. The
valuation of th'o city this year Is
$7,317,715, while It was 17,156,000
last year. This Is an Increase of
$161,715 over last year. Thla year's
valuation wilt bring the city 166,
624.63 In taxes.
Tho preliminary hearing of 1!. I.
Fordham, K. V. Hetsett and J. K.
Miller, who wore arrested yesterday
on h charge of ht-Jacklng. was held
this mornlnk. Kordham and Miller
were bound over to tho district
court, and their bonds were set at
$3,000. Ilessett was dismissed ufter
It whs found that there was no evi
dence against him. Thn men were
accused of robbing I.IJo Mayvs and
(Icorfcc McCutlough (colored) of $45.
Witnesses say that Kordham and
Miller went to Addition and entered
tho home of Mayos and ordered tho
two negroes to "stick 'em up,"
Four Days Session of National Itody
Cloci-s After Profitable Con-
TIMltloll.
The Retail Credit Men's National
convention which has been in ses
sion In Detroit for the past four
days, will adjourn this morning fol
lowing tho election of officers, final
reports of committees and adoption
of resolutions.
According to a wire received at
tho offlco of the local association last
night from W. A. llayson, wo
heads the Tulsa delegation of eleven
In attendants at the convention,
this has been ono of the most en
thusiastic conventions of a. similar
organization ever held.
A feature ot yesterday's program
was tho address of J. . Trego, the
popular secretary o the wholesalers'
national credit organization. Mr.
Trego spoke on tho subject of the
"nesponslblllty of tho Credit Men,"
and his address was considered the
"star speech" of the cntiro conven-
tlon.
Mr. Trego Ut-d to Mr. Rayson
that ho was looking forward with
great anticipation to hla visit' to
Tulsa, within the next few weeks, at
which timo he will preside at a dis
trict conference of wholesale credit
men which will bo held In this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Uayson will go to
Youngstown, Ohio, to spend a few
days with relatives, returning to
Tulsa about' tho 18th. Several other
delegates will spend vacations In tho
lake district before coming home.
TUIiSA.V liVI.ISTS IN TEXAS.
A
Troy MrKlitnirry Anlptrd to lSlli
Flolil Artillery.
Troy A. MclClmurry of thin clly en'
listed In the aeco'id division of the
1 army at Camp T-avU, Texas, on
" August 10. nnd has been unsigned
to' the 15th field artillery, according
to notice from the ntaurjuartcra ot
the artillery nt Camp Travis.
Thn Strong Withstand the Hen of
Summer llcttrr Than the Weak
Old people who are feeble and
younger people who aro weak, will
bo otrcngthened and enabled to go
tnrough tnc depressing neat or warn
mer by taking GHOVB'8 TASTE
J.KSS chill TONIC. It Strengthens
and builds UP tho system by Purify
lrig and Knrichlng the lllood. You
ran soon feel its Strengthening. In
ilgoratlng Kffjct. 60c. Advt.
Hart, Schaffner & Marx suits $23
$30, $40. Wright Clothing Co.
Advt.
The next time
you buy calomel
ask for ,
t
alotabs
-
The purified and refined
calomel tablets that are
nauicalets, safe and sure.
Medicinal virtues retain
ed and improved. Sold
only in sealed packages.
Price 35 c.
John Darker nnd nnother worker,
who are employes on the Curllsle Oil
lease, wero painfully burned yesler-
nay ancrnoon, wnen a matcn was
Accidentally thrown Into some gaso
line. The gasollno exploded, throw
ing the flaming liquid alt over the
clothes of .tho men. They were
rushed to Kapulpa where It was
learned that their Injuries wero not
serious.
Marrlago licenses were Issued to
day to the following: Howard Hogg,
24, Klefer, nnd MIkh Tcrcssa Camp
bell, IS, Klefer: Roy 1ozlcr. 21.
Kapulpa, and Miss Luclle Jones, 17,
Hapulpa; Vernon K. Stewart. 23.
nixby, and Miss Gladys Slaughter-
beck, 15, Itlxby.
B. It. Smith, who rooms abovo the
Dell Clothing company, not only had
his watch stolen from his room this
morning but tho thioves took $55
that oesjnged to ins guest. C. U
Poters of Sherman. Texas. Tho case
was reported to tho police, but no
trace, has been round of tho thieves.
Hart, Schaffner & Marx suits $29,
$39, $49. Wright Clothing Co.
Advt.
PLAN FOR FARM
CONGRESS HERE
Meeting Saturday Being
Well Advertised
Over County.
About 100 notifications of the
meeting of tho woman's farm con
gress Saturday afternoon In tho of
fice of the county superintendent of
schools havo been mailed out to ru
ral women In every Hchodl district
In tho county by Mrs. Kathcrlnn
Jackson, county homo demonstrator,
and Mrs. Soda Orommct, urban de
monstrator. The meeting will open
nt 2 30 o'clock Saturday afternoon
and election of n delegate to thn
stato fare congress In Stillwater tho
last wok In August will be part of
the business trnnsarted lit fresh
merits are to be sered by the farm
en.' protective association.
Mrs. (Irouiiiii't gave n dcinnntra
tlon of fancy "packing ' or tunning
of pickles at tNo semi-monthly meet
ing of tho Twin Cltloi demonstra
tion olub at limner station yester
day. This afternoon Mrs. (itomniet
and Mis, Jackson will meet with the
women's club and the boys' and
girls' oultry and canning club ut
.Hklatook.
Moc 7(1 ijmirtH nr lleor.
County of fleer selzod .'11 quail
bottles of "chock' beer at the Dick
Ivey l'.ome west of West Tljjsa yos
terday afternoon. Ivey was not nt
homo at the time of thn Mid.
Sheriff James Woolley, W. T. Kith
cart and J. F. llurnett found nnd
destroycil the llauor.
Robert A. Mcltlrney, '
1'uneral Plrertor. l'honn 456-191,
921 south Main.- -Advt.
GIVES WELFARE TALK
l II. I Viistriinachor Frpliilns I'nu.
Olll lllilll-tnal 1 nrol In SimivIi
Krl'l. lining UVIfarn Work,
Welfare work as carried on In a
modern industrial plant ns dls-
cuxred Thursday evening by t II.
Ketistermachrr. hind of the welfare
department of the t'oeden refinery, In
an amircs netoro tno junior chain-
her or commerce, Mr. ivnslermach-
er by aid of chatts and flguies. gave
a brief history of tho, causes of the
present unrest In many Industrial
Secret of Energy
Eliminate potions and congestion
from stomach and bowels with
Dr. Caldwell' Syrup Pepsin
THERE is no timo of the year -
when people should lie mora
careful of tMr diet than durine tha hot
ummer months, but unfortunately It
is the union of greatest carelessness.
Cold foods. Ices, unripe and overripe
fruits are soon followed by cramp,
heartburn, Indigestion, constipation.
Do not wait until you bare plltt.'ne
headache, but mixta you find yourself
settler bilious and constipated, that
very night take tcaspoonfut ot Egyp
tian Stun and 1'cpsln. which la sold In
drug store under tba name of Dr- Cald
well' Syrup Pepsin. Dy morning your
bowels will be relieved and the conetn-
tlon gone. Then ba cautious at mnl"
time for a few days u'd you will havo
no lurther trouble.
Dr. Caldwell' Syrup Tepsln la a com
bination ol simple latatire herbs with
pepsin that haa grown la great publlo
favor for thirty years. We know ot
many thousands of households that ut
nerer without s bottle. Mr Eugene
McMsnue of Hanayunk, Pa., was very
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DR. W. D. CALDWELL.
In hit Biniytat
dyspeptic until tin patrontied his drug
gist lor bolt! of Syrup Pepsin, and
row ha can retain and digest whatever
ho eats: he is sleeping sounder, gaining
in weight and slrrngth and Is In all ra
sped feeling better than In years.
Juat get yourself a bottle of Dr. CsM.
well' Syrup Pepsin t drug store and
tea the great good it wtll do you.
H IHI T"l TTl MMoni ef prople of all ages suffer from occajlona! or
. M kViT 4 i-t chronic oorutlNjtion. Let them lend name and addrest to'
& t fj "r. W. a OilJu!!, 112 Waih(nton Srrccf. MonticWb,
ttxfcflM llt,orarrcwmfIewttfeoniju'onJeTulSyrurfpj(n.
fl million fcottlci urre boufiht at Jrnfi stdrti lait year, the Ijrtjt sale in the world.
Medium Weight Suits
Reduced 25
These Suits are the balance of our Spring stocks. Dark
shades in desirable materials and styles for Fall wear.
They're Stein-Bloch and Society Brand clothes, from the
foremost clothes makers in America. Style, quality, fitrand
workmanship are assured. This unusual opportunity should
not be overlooked.
All Palm Beach Suits, $13.75
Two Piece Summer Suits Reduced
33
Boys' 2 -Piece Wash Suits
Saturday Only V .
Formerly $2 to $8J0 j fa lilCd
Now $1 to ?J.25 ) &
NO RETURNS NO EXCHANGES
m
W ,M mm lit ntVii
llix. MnlaiatJF.our.tUL
KeepYourSkin-Pores
Active and Healthy
With Cuticura.Soap
, TULSA HAS AN
ACADEMY FOR
YOUNG GIRLS
Sacred Heart
Academy
(16th and nockford)
First term beslns September
seventh. Conducted by Hene
dlctlno filsttrs from Guthrie,
Okla.
MUSIC LESSONS to resident
and extern pupils. Tor Infor
mation address.
Registrar of Catholic Col
lege, Guthrie, Okla.
mm
Round Trip
Summer Excursion Fares
to the
North and East
From Tulsa
Atlantic City,
Norfolk,
Niagara Falls,
Buffalo,
Toronto,
Jamestown,
N.J.
V.
N.Y.
i,
OnL
N.Y.
$83.46
71.83
C7.14
07.14
00.58
57.30
MatViric Island, Mich. J57.75
Cheboygan, " 60.25
Detroit, " 55.12
Wenuctonslnf, " 54.65
Charlevois, " 54.35
Petoskey, " 54.35
Traversa City, Mich. $51.85
(Tba faras do nat IncluJ war las)
Train No. 10 leaves Tulsa C;05 pm arrives Saint Louis 7:53 am con
necting with through car to) principal northern and eastern resortsj
also with train which arrive Chicago before 5:00 pm.
For additional Information phono or writ
E. O, Bittner, Passenger Agent, Frisco Unci,
6 k 207 Danial Building-, Tulsn, OLU.
plants nn well as the stp bflUK
taken to provide better wnrklnR ion
illtlons for the mill to roliiiterni 1 1
mis unrest miring tno pnsi tun uira
one-half years of uelfaie work tho
labor turn-over nt the Cosden re
finery has been materially decreased
and tho welfare dpnrtmcnt now Is
operatlnK at Its highest efficiency
since Its Inception. Accident have
been reduced -to tho minimum
IhroiiRh t'd ileal lonul rnmpnliitis, he
stated .iitiil Ihotisitiidn of dollars
have been spetil In citllpplnK the
plant with the latest safety devices,
l'rovldlnsr satisfactory uurklnir con
ditions for employe Is rsseutlnl In
Industrial plants hcfnro they can
hopo to solvn tho labor problem, nnd
this ho sulci, Is beinR ilonn In hun
dreds of larxo plants, throiiRh wel
fare work.
As a preliminary, T. J. Hnrttnnn,
vlco preslitcnl of the Producers Htnto
bank, Kiive a short drill In parllu
tnnntnty law which was hlehly en
llRhtenltiK nnd entertnlnlntr.
M. C. Ilnln of thn U. H. Compres
sion Inner Tube company, nlso ltinilo
n short talk roncvrulnir thn proKress
of the new tubo company.
Hart, Schaffner & Marx sulta 129,
tit, 119. Wrlcht Clothlne Co
AdvU
ltcdic eif Our Pioneer Mother,
for tho homo treatment of disease
wern wonderfully dendahlo, Tru,
they knew nothing of dtugs, but
owed their tsiccess In tho riots,
herbs nnd bnrks of thn field It Is
Interrstlnir to nolo Hint Lydl.t Ti.
Plnkhnm's VeKctahle Cumpouti l, the
most successful remedy for femait
Ills wo have, was nrUrln.tlly pre.
pared for homo mo from nna of tl.tsu
recipes. Its fntno hn now spread
from shorn to shore, nnd thousands
of American women now well nnd
stroiil; claim they own their hentth
and happiness to T.ydln K. IMnn
ham's VeKetahlo Compound. Advt.
W
The Last of the Summer
rV andevers
Thirty in the lot and if a worthy "word picture" could be paint
cd they would not last nn hour after opening time.
For the regular prices were up to 15.00.
Not all sizes or colors, of course.
You should by all means sec them.
Vojles, nets and organdies none reserved.
The remaining Summer Silk Dresses at Half Price.
Iirt'tM Section Tlilnl Hour.
1
Toilet Requisites
Reduced
Saturday
ritKAMH ,N I.OTIOND
Jlo Mrlhs Skin txitlon ...Ida
tOc lnriam'a Mllkwrad
t'rani 30
II 00 Ingram's MllkwtM
('rrm ...,Se
SOe 1'iimprlan and
Nlht i.'riuim
(06 Mrlba nreastUsf
Crsm ...39o
lOo alslta Clrsnalnr
I'aim 3!o
too Mtlba Hkln Ur
I'rtum 30o
ftOe llfnsoln and Almond
Ornm t.sna
lln witch llaifl IBs
"Kroslllla" tor ronsh
kins tSa
"(Urdrofto" Cold crarne In
tiib- 30o
Mrrrollsrd Was 1a
AVoodbury'a Vanlahlnff
CrfOTia tee
Woodburr'a rod! CrAme...SOo
Klmit Cwcumbr Crrms.i, 4n
Bmpra (llovlna Creme... SOo
rACt". rnwur.ns
Sla Wondbury'a Powiitr
2te tlbllnn Powder ..
3to Klmo I'flfdir
KOa.java Illi l'nwil,r.
Oo'tlardn F.rHKrane .
loo Iay Ifreain
l)n ttavla
toe .ti-lti.
Ashea nf llnas Itougo
' 75c, 11.00 and
. too
.I0
. .tno
JOo
. , Wc .
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SltAVINfi PIIF.IMnATIONH
ANI MIAMfOOS
Ml Mrnnrn'a Sihavln
Craatn , '. Ita
do ptl.iiK Shavlnc
Lathrr e
lie Williams' Hhatlnr
Crant . . , ... ...... Mr
ISc Williams' Hhailng
Powder fa
Jto Williams' Shavlnc
Htlok .... Me
2lo Da l.us Hhavlns
t.athrr, ..10
40o (TanthrnK Shampoo. .. .3e
toe W'atklns' MulslMrd
Cocoanut Oil !5c
TAI.t'lIMS
rolRftt's Talcums ..-.....lAo
Williams' Talcums ..,?... loo
Klmo Talruma lOn
Jrsn'a Talruma IDo
hinlblt's Talcumii lOti
Iay Iiipatns Talcums 1to
llflba Talcums I Do
Garden Frasrunca Tal
cuma 3fto
Melba Lllao Talcums .IDo
rinauda Lllao Toilet Watar
U
HOATS
rtoea Tlath aoap. 6 for....tSo
I'almollva Hp. a for .4.200
twotehtona ttnap, 1 tor,,.. Ho
Jerron'a tlatli Tablets,
I tor 1W
Jsrsan'a Vloltt niyerln.,10o
Jeraeno Almond Cocoa
Oil 10o
Jenrn's Kin Castlla '
1 tor o
Klrk'a .Tap Hose, i for ...SSo
Klrk'a Cocoa Hard Water
Cutlla. S for tjo
MIK('i:M.ANK(lt'H
2tc Klmo Tooth Past
ili- Williams' Tooth
l'ttllfl
SSn I.vnn'i Tooth rte.
JSo Kolynoa Tootn ranie, juc
ate Fenrern Twitll I'aala 0o
100 I'ebeco Tooth Pasta 39o
Stf Amalln Deodorant
Powder I
Uatarlna lo
J1.00
Dandallna 2 So 19f, BO, 3d
Klmo Qulnltia Hair Torilo iht
tor Marx ruller Nail
Polish , 39a
2ta 1 1 rclo Manicure Ar-
t ti-l u, "o
I.vsoT "
tin tor lDri It for Be
tl l0 Malnlren llalr Tonic Vv
II 00 Vanity Mirror and
Puff He
too Nonspl , She
jSc Wlteh llaael Itr
Zftt- llversweet JSo
tlachet Powders In larie aa
aortment. Includlns Wood
Violet. Hweet Orchid, White
Heliotrope, Whlla Hosa, Vlr
rlnU Hose, In ona os. but
Ilea 4ue
l.eh-!lrow.pe, Sf
Tvnrls Moulh Wash IDe
Nllodoa 400
Kaoo Spunires, for applyln-
J.tauld fco Powder ... He
' folnrlta," all colors.... 19c
Klmo Deodorant Jse
Annour'a llouquet Hath
Salle . Do
I'KHKI MKS
Kncy lioa Perfume,
"Dream ol llornuif.."
"Kleuro rt Perfume" and
"Mlsnon Parisian Hpray"
lth niluaturo atomi
sers, regularly II. 2&
special 11.00
"lloublsants Ideal Per
fume," In urie ounco
bnltlea, very attractive
packs:, priced at,.,. IS. 00
"IJJe- Klas'r perfuma In
ounce pckasea, prlcc.1
at 11.30
Chanlllly Prrfunta ' In
ounco package, priced
at 12.21
7ay Dream" Perfume,
ounce bottle (nr.. 12.00
"Mary narden" Perfume,
2', ounre bottles, satin
boa uintslner, prlcei
at IC 00
. .le
..tec
I lln
Summ er Corsets for $1.98
Ln Camilla front luce and Nlris
hack lace.
Good lrrado white open mesh.
Not every izo in the lot.
Corset Nwtltm, Tlilnl 1'loor
Children's Strap Slip
pers and Oxfords $2.65.
Black or brown.
Sizes 8'j to 2.
Regularly to $5.00.
Blioo Beet lint, 8c"Otiii . l"ltH)r
Women's Smocks Very
Special $3.45
Voiles and linencs in a jralnxy of
colors. N
Styles arc especially becoming and
smart.
Regularly to $5.G0.
KincK'k rkvlinii, ticcoiul lloor ' ,
i
Heath er bloom Petticoats
Special $2.65
This serviceable fabric is in vari
ous floral effects in colors on n
dark ground.
Tailored styles only. .
Hmiml Floor.
Choice of thx Children's
Summer H a ts for $1. 95
None reserved good selection of
colors and shapes.
Regularly up to $15.00.
Children's Unto, Second I'loor
TV ool Sw eaters Extra
Special $7.45
Pullover and coat 'models.
Many attractive colors in smart
styles.
Regularly to $12.50.
Sweater Section, ISccoml Ploor
Terry Cloth Special $1.35
and $1.69
Double faced. In handsomo de
signs. Plain colors, too.
Rcgulafly $1.50 nnd $2.00. .
HinDcry Section, Second Floor f
- S e t ,K
Curtain Marquisette
Special 59 e
Ecru only. . "
Plain center with beautiful fancy
border. Regularly 75c yard. ji
Drapery Section, .Kcoond Floor r J
Pillow Cases Special
Each 69c
Good grado of muslin. .
Torn and hemmed.
Regularly 85c.
' Main Hoor
s
s
0
-V.
Dresser Scarfs Special
59 c 'V
Made of excellent muslin. "r
Stitched border in blue.
18x45-inch size.
Muln Floor
Mercerized Table Cloth
Special $3.95
Superior grade, highly mercerized.
Ready for use.
Sizo 70x70 Inch.
G' napkins to match for $1.70. '
, Main Floor , . ,. j ,
I
Large Rag Rugs Special
$4.29
So-called "hit and miss" patterns.
Very attractivp.
Sizo 3 feet x G feet. aj
Mnln Floor
Saturday ends the Annual August
Sale of Blankets x
v- All Are Reduced.
.Main Floor f
Saturday is the Last Day of the ' ,
. Sale of Silk Underwear
Any in stock at 1-3 off (except Jersey Silk.)
Tlilnl Floor
ALL WASH SKIRTS 1-2 PRICE
Nnv Slnro IIour DiirlnK Tuly nnd AtiRUfiti
Week Dnjfi, Open 8 n. 111., t'lohlnc at 5 p. in., Saturday, Open nt H:.10 a, nt., Closing at 0:30.
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