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title: 'The Morning Tulsa daily world. (Tulsa, Okla.) 1919-1927, February 08, 1920, FINAL EDITION, SECTION A, Page 16, Image 16',
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'ng In J'r.in o save me, n. chance to
develop both dog und landscape rn
produr'K n Herent'y I received tho
lad. Ice that I have been elet'rd to
i the N.iilonnl Art league It l.i a
FAMOUS DOG IS
PUT ON CANVAS
Likeness of Faiiioun Set
ter to be Pre
served. ing dogs nml nppln trees, has been
workln In TulfVi more than a week
Willi a studio In Hie Tulrri Art store
Numorou vnlimhlo plrturen nro now
Kid unit wilt noon Im completed nn
the Minn cinvnwi n It predecessor
"Mnl Kent," Hid prl winning flrid
dog nf W W Henry ntnmls out
nmoiiK tiio pictures on fllsplny u nn
itlinoit perfect reproduction A ph"
tograph of Ilia oil painting will bo
tnkfn Monday for publication In
sportsmen's Journal throughout the
country Ho fur "Hal Kent" stands
nn thn fluent dog plrturn from Ufa of
Hie present dny. This doe Im won
While Then nrn delicate, grny
rnnrk,ngil on the lienl, back and even
i ho t ill l.rn iciit o it with tlm flnr.it
toicl.es of Ih'j arum's brush t'n
like thn 'ither ilog being sketched,
"Whlilwlnn"' In a Llewellyn Better,
wlillo thn others aro mostly of A
mixed variety of bird dog. "Whirl
wind' Is tho property of Krtwnrd
Hoph nnd ban walked away with
"I paint dog for thn men nnd
npplo blossoms for the women," Mr.
Wlillo mill yesterday. "Hunting
scene wero favored more by the
French, wlillo dogs with hitch pedi
grees seem to bo well liked, (-spec-lally
In Tulsn Klgru yearn of pnlnt-
whl'o l'erhapn on ona dog picture I
may require two weekn whllo nn
other will tnkn much lint time. Tho
alu of the pictures mlglit bo nearly
from naturnl llfo Is tho only way I
can do thin, '
along with hln humc
l-'rldny night ho mm;.-, w'lh
tin na inri-niifufi f t . , . .
IRVING COBB COMING HERE
Mnnter Humorist of Ainerlm to
nHk on Iijd.nm lVogTiini.
nn display in Tulsa, Willi high appre
ciation being lnlowl by art lovers
nt thn color combinations In his
Paintings now being mndo liy Mr
Wlillo Include a nkntcli of "(Windy
Kid," champion of America, whose
master. Oirl K Hiifflcl'l. Is nt pre
int III. which bus illnvnl coinplo
tl'ili (if the plrt'irn xewrul days
Other fnmou dogs, with accurate
pedigrees, Irirlmlii pup belonging
In l I liiilli ll. fire being palnlxil
Thn piii I nn nffnrli,g nf "Candy
fof hln wit and humcr
plea ire to know hat Americans .rre I
1 t.w,..ltnlni It, Mii.lr ',rt niitiMiplfitltlltt. !
"Artists nometlmen go broko be
fore their picture nrn old. Without
n reputation nn nrtlnt cannot get
much for hln plcturcn when he doili
mdl them, l'atrons of art l.i t demand
that iilcturcn nliall nlwayn plonne
them, ntnl It In nfimnllfiinu l,ai.l i. .In
"Home folk ask inn If I am not I
making just thniiiiundK of dollam fori
a llttlo work, t'erhnim t will nail n
luisii no wouiu neei i , ,.;-
Hon i to the people ,f igM
no is wen Known ror ' 1
ntorles In tho Satar.jy i?yN
picture now ftna then for moro than
J1,0"0, but ennslder my tmvellng and
living cxpenxen nnd upkeep of my
Kindlon In New York Clly nnd St.
"Mndo In Vmerlca," Is tho title of
tho address to bo delivered In Tulta
Krlday night by tho master humor
ist, Irvln Tobb.
Thin In Cobb'n necond trip to Tulm,
on lant appearanco he spoko on ''Tho
polngn of Our Hoys In Franca" nnd
r?H Uilh on tlu bench and In Inn
I field nt numerous ting show tioth In
the oust and In thn middle west.
Tiuitcn of different partlen change
convention hall, pn., ,.f lftlM
will 1 GO cents to 1 , ler, ,ll
son tickets nnd Jl t ,h" JM
wieir hum ni now n certain thing
nhall look but they nil know their
own dog, and nil 1 can do H make
the picture Just llkn the dog nnd they
nlwaVH takn them. Painting them
Iuln and you will nee that by turn
ing out on" plrturn a week I eannot
I mnko mur.h Artlitn huve never made.
i millionaire of thenmelven in a nhort
Vernon While, fnmous intnrtmllrifi
rlly for hl remarkable repmdoo
tloni In nil nf hunting w.fiit, sport
"Whirlwind" In thn hnrdent dog to
palnl r.f tho pedigreed champion In
tMs country no far experienced, Mr.
tickets at Quaker dmg t'ur. i
nay nnu avoid Haix nK ,n if, I
Fashion Discloses Wonderfully Becoming Modes in Presentation Here
TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1920.
Silhouettes that Designate the Models for Spring in
TRICOTINE and Poiret Twill Suits are featured with navy blue a
dominant shadn. Short jacket suite in Eton or Bolero effect express
by their jaunty lines a spirit of youthfulness. Suits with medium or
loni? coatfl rovcal ninny new fnHhlon londenclea, youthful enough in treatment to
appeal to Uin coIIcko ml.ifl or tnodiffed to pluaao those of mnttire nuc. Plain tail
ored Htilta alao Uioho embroidered with artistic motifH or effectively braided.
Skirts are often plain, othcrn pleated, pocketed with belta and wide snshes.
Displaying the New
Spring Coat Models
Coata for every occasion Sport CoaLi, Wrnppy Coats, Motor Conta. In n wido
choice of materials, Polo, Bolivia, Velvet, Brushed Wool and fancy Plaids. Beau
tiful lininRH arc an added attraction whild many nre Bhown in patent leather
Individualized Types that Command Admiration
FROCKS AND GOWNS
nn iimicnnlltF' nffionfin in otioliftf onI nnlnro rPV.ft nft1i
tr Jf vJ J expresses simplicity and refined eleirance that reflect the nersnn.
ality of the wearer. .
Doveloped in serges, tricotines and poiret twills. Fashioned on tunic straight
lines and some with accordion pleated skirts, i Distsended hips, with "finishing
touching of braid, embroidery and stitching.
Of taffeta, silk, georgette crepe, figured georgette, crepe de chines, and foulards.
'Also novelty and georgette combinations.
Misses1 Taffeta Dresses
Pretty new spring moden are arriving dally,
fashioned In thn new and much wanted cheokn.
Wit at the hips, ruffles or puffs, full and
ruffled nklrtn; square, round or V necks, rin
Ixh trims of pretty lace. Ultra 14 to 18.
Priced at 39.60 to 89.00
Fine House Dresses
Made of yory fine gingham, in stripes
and plain colors. A beauty, made of
plain blue gingham in surplice stylo,
fastens in back with bow of self ma
terial. - '
Trimmed down side of Mouse Willi pearl but
tons, nnd have, whllo pique collarn and ruff.'
full skirt. Others cam In straight linos with
loose belt at walnt line, short or long sleeves,
V necks. Ulzrs 10 to 44.
' Priced 6.95 to 13.50
New Shipment in Hand-Made
Oowtis, mado of fine quality trench batiste,
made. In slipover stylo, round or V neck, sleove.
less, soma made ribbon-run empire style,
others yoko effect. Elaborately trimmed wllji
dainty deslinis of hand embroidery, pin tucks,
flno Vat or Cluny lac InserUona and dnlng
and hand.mnda ribbon rosebuds.
Priced 14.95 to 42.50
French Envelope Chemise
Mdo of fine French batiste, with ribbon or
hand-innde shoulder straps, smplro style.
O thorn made corset cover tups, ljlaborntely
trimmed with neat designs of hand embroldory
eyelet, hemstitching nnd punch work. Also
hnnd filet laco,
Priced nt 8.95 to 19.50
Junior and Misses' Spring Coats
In very pretty materials nnd rolorn mado In tight wedght relour, nllvertone, fancy
plaid coating, on tweed. Colorn aro Pekln blue, Copen, rose, black and white plnld,
nnd brown tweed. Homo aro In Uie new sport coat for early spring wear, trimmed tn
leather collar, cuffs and the pockets trimmed In leuther.
Anolhor stylo tn the short coat comes In black and whit Tolour plaid. Others nr
blouso effect, and bltcd. Thoy come In sites 2 to Id. ........
M . Priced 16.50 to 54.50
The Separate Skirts
Attractive modes In flannels, colored plaldn, satins, novelty
crepe sattns, bnronette satins and georgette crepes. Shades
lnclud white, flush, roue, maize and orchid.
mIS?,"' Fine Blouses
Tailored 'modes for sport or buslneso wear In striped dlmtty
white, flesh and striped erepo do ohtne. Also white and
colorod linens. A choice of high or low neckn.
A, very good assortment of basque blouses In georgette,
crepe do chine and trlcolotten.
Very beautiful hand made I Costume blouses of georg
hlouscs of georgette, crepe I ettc, flno laces and bead
ilo clrlno. voiles, batistes. I ed chirfons.
. (Third rioor)
Brilliancy the Keynote
NEW SPRING SILKS
'Assortments in now spring silks arc augmented by daily arrivals. Color
range has free fancy for every shade imaginable is included. Tho weaves
and designs are new and novel. A visit will acquaint you with the very lat
This crepo will be mil oh In demand this
springtime for dresses and bloujes. Tho
new pattorns are now ready.
Priced at, yard, 4.00
Bo soft nnd clinging nnd very serviceable,
a wldo rango of choice In colors and pat
terns. priced( yard, 3.75 and 3.00
Go new nnd different from ho Fan-Ta-Sl
shown In former seasons. Weaves, that
show n new and higher mark In silk Weav
ing, In much demand for sport garments,
dresses and skirts; 40 Inches wide.
Priced, yard, 8.95
A complete color range In satins, 36 Inches
wide. Drlght and lustrous finish; sott and
drapes gracefully. For evening and after
Priced, yard, 3.00 to 5.00
Natural Pongee ,
Suitable for skirts, waists and suits. It
would bo hard to find a material more
sightly and durable; 35 Inches wide.
Priced, yard, 1.25 to 3.00
Snappy stripes and colors. Over 75 differ
ent designs nnd shades; 35 Inches wldo.
Crepe' do chines nnd La jerz. An excellent
valuo nt Yard, 3.75
StnnijK-d Pillow Cnn-s, hemstitched
lie ma. I.argo assortment of designs. ' I
Priced at 2.25
Stamped Pillow Cases to be scalloped.
Many different designs.
or Priced at 2.00
30-Inch Whlto Iilncn fYnten with
scallops. Hemstitched and to b
worked In French knot nnd lazy daisy.
Priced at 3.75
48-Inch Wlillo Uncn Centers, scallops
Priced at 5.00
Stamped Sliocts, 72xD0, hemstitched
points; also round scallops, hem
stitched. Priced at 4.50
Tiililo CIotlrH, pockets In cross stitch
Priced at 75c
TVash Dress Goods
27-lneti l)nt ningtnmn In all the new spring
patterns, l'lalds, chucks, small strlpos and
plain colors. Priced, yard, 49c
52-lnrh Colored 1'lLsno Crepo, In bluen, pink
und Uvender. Yard, 50c
32-1 noli linn Fmirli Ginghams In fas colors.
All now plaid patterns. Yard, 75c
SU-lncli Son!"'"" Cropcs) for kimonos. In a
wide range of attractive 'patterns; also plain
colors. . Yard, 59c
."-I hrli IK'tiiikidtfrn Cloth for kiddles clothes.
In plnln stripes and chocks; also all colors;
uye. Yard, 59c
afl. Inch Quivn PcrmlcH In all new spring styles
and pretty patterns; fast colors.
sn-lncli Pcrcnlos In new sprlnr styles nnd
pretty patterns; medium weight,
37-tncIi limn (Ingham, mostly plaids; fast
colors and many patterns.
New Modes in
7 c nn nn
Newly-designed Hats, compellingly attractive, yet not too
glaringly obtrusive, bring the glorious warmth and sunshine
of tho southland to us. For early spring wear, too, nre
these winsome hats in fabrics and shades that vie with the
most fascinating of imported creations. Included is every
conceivable type from the deftly-tailored, snug-fitting sport
hat to the wido brimmed picturesque creation in silk faille,
Kumsi-Kumsa, satin, taffeta, ribbon, Cired wings and fab
rics, nd other lovely materials.
The White Goods
30 Inch Wlillo Skirting In pretty patterns.
30. Inch Fancy Wlillo Plnld Skirting In best
quality and all now patterns.
HO. Inch ranoT Whlto Voiles in plaids nnd
stripes. For waists and dresses.
no-Inch Fancy Wlillo Voile In checks, plaids
and stripes. For waists ard dresses. ,
30-Inch Funoy loco Voiles; very pretty pat
torns, all new.
Priced, Yard, 1.00
45-Inch Plain Whlto Vollo n extra fine qual
ity; very sheer.
Priced, yard, 1.50
45-Iiicli White, Checked! nnd Striicd. Organdy;
fine) Imported tiuallty.
Priced, yard, 1.75
40-Inch Flno Wlillo Imported Checked and
Priced, yard, 2.00
Second rioor, -
Shown in protty new floral and dotted deslum
desirable cloth for house dresses; 30 inchei
Plain Colored Voiles
Fine thread mercerized voile In foreign and
domentlo quallUcs shown In wide range of
colors; 40 Inches wide.
Yard, 50c, 75c, 1.00, 1.25
A fine sheer quality, fast colors that make
excellent afternoon dresses; shown In many
new floral pattorns; also plain colors; 34
An excellent chiffon flnlshod French voile,
extra flno weave, pretty figured designs with
silk stripes; 40 Inches wide.
Yard, 1.00, 1.25, 1.50, 1.7o
New Arrivals in the Linen Section
4H-liH'li .litivtnetHt Imiich Cloths
In fast colors; pretty light or
Priced at 2.98
nO-IiKii dniKiiicrio Imuch Cloths
in pretty light or dark p.u-
terns; f.ist colors.
-Priced al 3.98
All mail orders filled
promptly and carefully.
Shipping charges pre
paid except on base
ment articles and toilet
Napkin to match all Jnpaneso
cloths, at Dozen, 1.98
'"Inch .lnMHtYi liimrli Cloth
fast colors and dejtlrable pat
torns. Priced at 4.98
lupnncN. Tnudlng In pretty
putturns for lunch cloths.
Priced, yard, 25c
American Railway Ex
press money orders may
bo purchased at Trans
fer Desk, Main Floor
an added convenience
3 6-Inch Jaruinmn Scurfs, lace
trimmed, fast colors and pretty
Priced at 1.25
M-lnch Japanese Scarfs, lace
Irimmod, font colors and at
Priced at 1.79
Crochet Itcdsprcnd for full size bed; scal
loped and cut corners. Priced at 3.50
Satin Finished nodsvrrartu, fuU site, pretty
patterns; scalloped cut corners.
Priced at 6.00
Satin llnUhiit Iti'diprrnd.t, plain hemmed
and honvy quality. Priced at 6.50
Colored llodiprcads, satin finished; nttrac
Uve patterns; fast colors; scalloped, cut cor-
ne. Priced at 9.00
Attractions in the Drapery Section
Wo are showing a new line of
fine Imported nnd domestic
panel nuts. You can oaslly fit
any sized window for they
come In 4H or 9-lnch panels
to be cut any width. The bet?,
ter ones nre French Ilrussoli
nets with filet niotlfes and
lace; Ivory color and are
13.00, 14.00, 15.00 yd.
Tho Filet Net Panels are
3.0O, 0.00 luil 7.S0 yd.
For real fine draperies we are
showing a beautiful Una of
brocades In the damask,' In
mulberry, plum, rose, cham
pagne and blue; they are 50
Inches wide and six foot.
Priced 5.00 to 18.00 yd.
For those who prefer their cur
tains rendy-madc we show the
filet with neat laco edges, tn
small effective designs; Ivory
or eciu; 42 inches wide, Z
Prices 10.00, 8.00, 6.00
and as low as 2.98 pr.
hi i i i i i ti 'ii i ri un i in ii n M
Fifth and Main Sts.
5:30 p. m.
We quote no former or
comparative prices in
our advertising. We let
you be the judgV; of the
Terry Cloth 1.50
The new patterns of Terry
Cloth are mighty pretty, both
sides alike; a very effective
over drape may be made of
this at a real low cost, J
the yard, 1.50
daily 9 to 11 and 2 and
5 Second floor. Hem
stitching expertly done