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TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1920.
uuah Crawford rKiucuta
WORK . .
MpfiurJ Itin Mm 'y n ncoint uf
death nf Mr Harry Pontic
h. h oicuroil in I'rlsro, Texan Mr
i IC ttunnn left Haturday flight for
Krlmo lo nrrompany tho romaln of
bin B'-n home.
Liifiiiclio unit l iiiiKr
Iifaycto expremvil in acta
spirit of freedom
He Joined two continents In tholr
OrowlriK, KiowlriK liko nn advancing
ClfArliitr iho earth of debrln. Wel
To million of hour!. Here wan
revealed the mini
Of hopes. Din promise of hnpplnes.
."hall we lire,
In thin our ilny shall liberty expire.
Shall we fon;ct Urn lennon of flfn
O Prawn, wo echo bank tlio wplrlt
of your nonl
Our fin icx arc wafted on tlio nelf
Our eonns lire eunit In very urtltmi ;
America's hope ami aim with your it
Ami on your noil Is iihi'il hrr hero
ToRothcr, together tho path of lib
erty In troil.
John Collins Welch.
(Written Hcptembrr, IS 17. anil re
cited by Kh author on Iwifnyotlo 'lay,
fioptember l, before 1l.ulnn Kran
calno of Seattle.
Ilwptlnn for IcnTnl Pershing
Tho reception tendered (inn. J. J.
Prrnhlnir at I Intel Tulsa on Wednes
day mornltiK from )1 lo 12. by tho
Missouri society will b composed nf
Mlrmnurl women, with Lynn county
representatives MtanillriK with Uen
rral Pershing and hi Mtnff. At the
meeting- lii-lil Motnlny nfteriinnn.
I.ynn county, the county In which
Oonernl pcrnhltiK w.m born, wan rep
rrotitcl by Mm, Wndson H. Norvoll,
Mrs. Ornnt 11 McCuIIourIi, Mrs
Curtis It. ArtaniH, Mr 1'iirl Tiffany
unit Mbis Catherine Htnvonmin. Other
ML'iiourl women present ami who
have been Invited to anlnt aro Mcn
damcn J. A. Ollphant. II. CI. Uwyn
nup, W. V. Htuckcy, A J. Ilalnll,
Kdwln IlarrlHon, ,lohn O. Mllche.ll,
C. Shultjr. T. C. Hughe. Alva I'oiih
taln, H. i:. Pickering. Andy Arthur,
J I'', Malln, J C. Whllenldo. J. C.
Jlurnelto, .1. II. Moorman, Ilohort
Hnulnnd, Waller O'Pnnnnn, H. II.
tlrommott, Lewis ("lino and M!m.i
Vrrcknmp. Thrno were presented
vlth silken badge by .Mr. router N.
llurnn, president of tho Ml.tunul so
cJety. other badges, aro In waiting
for Mlnsourl women who dimlro to
aim re In extending hospitality to
Missouri'! native non and the man
who led tho American soldiers In
.Mnrill (,r.iH Hull
There will ! a Manll tlr.l knit
given on Wednesday night. Fob. 18,
In Convcnllon hall, too fundi! derived
to bp UHed lo.v.irlit building u com
munity lioune In Wen Tutsi. .Mr.
W O I.liion I ohiiirmau nJ In be
Inir n'wlxtod by a larire number nf
women who nro Ititnrontcil In welfaro
work. They nr recelvlmr tlio co
Mierntlnn of nil whom they approach
nnd while the ball I Juki bnlnit an
nounced, much miccfHM In attending
the work. Costumea will bo fur
nlihed from Kann City nnd tlio
ball will be like thn Manll (Iran nf
fnlr nhlch have miidn Now Orlenu
famoiiR. I'rlzra wilt bn Riven for tho
mont unlipiu cuntumo, tho bom
dancer and no on.
IlUlp ltMll Clnh
Mrn. V.. It Wlct win hontem ono
evening tho punt week to the mum
ben of tlio Dlxlu Hook club and
their hubnnd. Mm. Hubert U
Xjwvh nnd .Mrs. I. Jlond madn tho
corcM. The hom wui Httracllvoly
cecorateil wltn pouch I'hmtriiiii nnd
ect peas and after tho Kume, a
luncheon wan nerved on thn curd
tablet, lluncInK wan InduUid nficr
wardH. . -
Affair for .Ml Slllh r
Amonir pre-nuptlnl cmirlenlei
planned for .Minn Norma Miller, who
In to wed Mr. t'hnrlen Hlacl;. will bo
a p:irty on Tuemlay afternuon with
Mrs. nan Hunt, Jr., an hosteM. mIhm
Louclla (leorKn will compliment Sln
Miller on Wednexdny afternoon with
nn Informal party. Tliero will bo
othr lioileHteB who wntl nav bom-
n,'e to thli pretty brlilo ilcct, thn
ccnm to no announceii.
There will br an 1 1 1 Ti ruin I dance
riven by tho Klk In their club on
Thurxdiiy evenlmr, the event to bo
iiHsoelnted with much that will make
Mrn Anna W. Miller unmnineeH
the enKairement of her daiiKbter
A Lady Wns Flat on Hor
Bnck Willi Tcrrjblo Spulls,
But Her Husband Cot
Cardui And Now Sho
nir VNiliu; Matniii.
Mrn W. Albert (Took will ikn nti
lr,fnriinl nurtlon liriilu, imnv i,n
Thurmlny nftornoon In her home,
Honoring mm. Frederic Hall White
of Seattle, Wnnh., who In vlnllln In
thn home, .if her pfttnntit, Mr. and
Mm. Horace ! Ariilernn.
The local ICIkii homo will bo the
ncene of a beiiul'ful reenptlon for
tleneral PernhltiK on Wedn-nday
afternoon from t .30 until R:30, when
the ineinbem will extend Krncloun
lio-iplliillty t thki dlttliiKUlMied
Mrt II. (' Conner will enterlnln
Informally on Wednesday nfternnon
tompllmentlnfr Mt Kihel Ulllott.
Miik Norma haiheMnc Miller, to Mr.
Charbn Arnold Hlu k thn weildlnK
to bn nn .irly mornlnK affair In
Holy Family rliuroh on Motility,
Feb. Ifi .
llcucfll Party llMtiioncil
The brlilffn-whlHt party planned
by the Tuln iwetlon I'oiinnll of
JewlKli Women, for Wednenday nft
ernnon in tho 1 :l kn piuii, him been
rhnnKeil on accotint of l'ernhlnx day
until a Inter d.iio which will be nn
Mrn ,1 It. VnndcrErlfit of Okla
homa f'lty In vlnlllnif her non, Mr,
.11. j. vnnuerurlBl of Ttilna.
Mrn. Iiln Murray C'bffey. who han
been vlnltlmt In the city, left Pun
day for her homn In Oklahoma City.
Mrn. J. 13. Tlnrnett and ron llev-
erly of Oklahoma Cltv havn re
turned homo nftnr npendlnu 10 dnyn
with Mr. and Mrn. Hlchard W. llmk
liorL . -
Minn Badln f'nrnlll. who left Run-
day for her home In l'ennnylvnnln.
after vlnltlnit In tho homo nf Mr.
and Mrn. Frank I Hartlntt, will ntop
en rottto at Anhovlllei N. O.. lo vinlt
hor brother, Mr. Annon Carnlll.
Mrn, J. A. Wallace nnd Mrn .1. II.
Colo of Hhertunn, Tnxnn, have nr-
rlvod to vlnlt In thn homo of their
dauichtor and RrnuddnURliter. Mrn.
John If. Miller. Thenn relallven were
nummnned nn nccount of the lllneM
of Mrn. Miller, who In now Improving
Minn ntbflt Honne, who hnn liecn
til with Influenza. In how much Im
proved, Tho nympnthy of frlendn li
Tiinmlny Hook rlub, with Mr. K.
V. D. C. MaotliiK
The Maccaheo nluli will meet thin
afternoon with Mm. F. It linekatl,
Mm. K. M. JInlmon nmlatinic lionteM.
Ibwrvallutin for HrldRe-Ten.
Thono (lenlilnR renervatlunn for the
bridge-ten In tho Country club nil
Wedfimday will pleitxe phone Mr
Hlflhnp, at the club before o'clock
On arcoiint of 1 1 In nam Mrn. A Oar
land Mnrrn will not be InmKwa on
Wednesday mnrnltiR to the Piano
Hlmty chili. Minn MnrRnret ItlnRRold
lo entertain In her pla'' at her
home, Flfluenth and Houth Main
I'n'tiiliuiit riimiUeiM Aiiniiiinnil.
Tho nicotinic of the Woman' Clvlo
lenKUe, which wiw to be held
Wednendny mornlnK In the library at
10 o'clock, ban been pontpuned on
account of PernhltiR day, until Fri
day. Mrn. Mlnh n. I.lndnay, ebalr
in an of tho ediicntlnnnl committee
announce two Npeakcra for the
inornlriR. JudKe II. I Htindeven
will nddrem the womon on their re
xpntiHlblllty an votern, Mr John It.
Iludlny will talk on political funda
mentals. All the women of the city
are Invited to attend.
Alnm IVtemon Will SlnR Ilrrpi.
Tlio Drama laRUo hnn arranRcd
a concert bore on the evonlnx of
l''obruarv 17, In Convention hall,
when MImi Alma Peternnn, whone
beautiful mexio-noprano voice hun
plcaned many nnd who In a ntnr In
tho ChlcoKo Ornnd Opera company,
will appear. ARMlntlnR Mini Peternon
will be two of Tulxa'H popular mil
Hlclann, Madame Juno Heed, violinist,
and Mrn. Wnltnr I.. Cain, planlnU
ConcerultiR Minn Petnrnnn, the ntnr
of the oveiiliiK, the tollowltiR In oalit
Alma I'otereoi; wan born on a
Mlnnenota farm, where her parcnti
Mettled after comlnR from Dalxand,
Hueden. It won n munlc-IovliiR fam
ily, and Alma played the tittle orcan
and nanii nlmut homo, hardly real
Ir.liiR that nhe had a beautiful moxxo
noprano voire, which ono day would
win her recoRnltlon aa a mont hup.
coKnful itrntul opera and concert
n.iiuer It wan nid'lrnly d.coV red
tha' her'n wan a voice of exceptional
purity and nweetnenn, nurh nn the
Hwedlnh raco Imi oflon ijivon to tho
world of inunle
Follnwlnir her mimical ntudlen !
Ht. Paul. MIm Peternon toured for
two neanonn with the Minneapolis
Hymphnny orclientra, and then wan
r.honon by Mnentro Cumpnnlnl nn a
member of the chlcnRo Opern com
pany, who predicted nhe would In
a nhort time, be nlnKtnif Importnnt
purtn, which hnn proven to bo the
rune Hhe hnn been enthiin'antlcnlly
reclved upon many ocnnlorm when
nhe ban at the lent moment, mih
tliuted for principals, nx aho did
when nhe nanr "Frnno.iittn" In Car
men In Chicago on a two bourn' no
tice, bolnif highly praised for her
beauty of voice and hlntrlonlc ability.
Aside from posenlnR an ununial
vocal equipment, Alma Peternon has
Rrent beauty and a pernonallty which
Insure for her a remarkable career
both In opera and concert.
The S'eeillecrnft club will meet
thin afternoon with Mrn. T. J. Miller,
170? flouth Ownsno avenue.
There will bo a meettnR of the
Parent-Teachers' association of tho
Horace Mann school on Friday eve
nine at 7 JO o'clock In the klnder
Kiirten deportment. Thin will be nn
Important mecMni; nnd nit parentn
are asked tn attend. There will bo u
Mrs W T.ile Ilrady wan hostess
to the February meetlns of Clement
A. ICvans oliapter, United OaURhtors
of tho C'onfderucy on S-'nttirdiiy aft
ernoon In tlio absence of the presi
dent, Mrn. Chnrlen IC. I'rancls, first
vice president, bad ifliarRe. An In
terestlnR program wan Riven. Mrn.
IMA. I'nrnn read a paper on "Sid
ney Ijiinler," Mrn. Charles Cooper
Rnvn a vocnl number, accompanied
bv Mrn. W. II, C'rowdcr at the piano,
Mrn, H. H Orommett, a community
teacher, Rave a talk and Mlsa
Hhrlnkcr wnn heard In a pte.istnR
readlnR. Mrs. A O. Iiakln, first vlco
president of tho state orRunlzatlon,
wnn anions the Rtnistn prosent. As
sIstlnR hostesse were Mrs. Albert C.
Hunt antl Mra. P. J. Hons.
Kennedy restaurant, Wednesday.
February 11. chanced lo Tuesday.
February 10, account benefit ball for
devastated I'Tanco. Aiivu
It's rosy for iKviuty to marry
ivenlUi, for ninny Hum rcmrl
liiarrlnRi" an n IiumIiip proxHltliii
mid ki ninny motliein nro ainliltlous
for their ilaiiRlitorn to iiuirry a rich
man. Hen wluit It lends to In "Slavcn
(if Pride' AlliV .Inji'c'M new pli
titrc at thn lltalto tomorrow. Adit.
OiMF DEAD IN BLAZE
Apartment Hotiso nt San IYnnclnt'o
llunii'il -Hiimnrs of fiin or .Moro
Killed Proio to He t'lifnundnl.
HAN FHANCIflCO. Feb. 9. A fire
In which many nitrnculoua escapes
from death and In which but one
woman In known to have been killed,
destroyed a fnshlonablo apartment
house here eirly today. First re-
poYtn of the disaster declared many
had been killed, but a careful check
today revealed but one person dead.
Mlsnlni; persona, estimated, nt be
tween 10 nnd 15 at 9 o'clock thin
mornlnR, were not believed dead, an
no hospital. morRtin or residence had
reported such deaths, Hecnuso they
were scantily olnd. It In bellovod by
flro nnd pollen officials they took
refURc In other npnrtmentn or hotols
nnd will be accounted for later.
The flrp brnko nut shortly after
mldnlRht In the Ilerkshtre apart
ments. The blaze spread rapidly nnd
wnn spectacular. An explosion nt ono
tlmo tore ti portion of tho roof from
tho apartment, nnd It was thniiRht
threw rrnshlnR timbers on the heads
of oerupantn of the fourth floor of
the apartment house. Many were In
jured at this time, but none believed
dnnRnrously. Tlio total number of In
jured wns raid today to tie IS.
Mrs Marie nonohue wnn later
Identified an Iho woman who met
death. Hho won vlsltltiR here from
Fire Chief Murphv declared Inter
that Mm. Honolulu wan unquestion
ably the only person to meet death
In the fire.
Ilrln Kim lias Asthma.
VIF.NNA, Feb. . Hela Kun. the
former IIunRnrlnn communist dic
tator, In sufferlni; from acute
nsthmn. He has been removed from
tho Internment enmp nt Karlntcln
to a military hospital.
Walnut, Mnliocany nml Ivory
In Suite Complete
No rent, no help, no credit;
means you can save money
nn furnlnhlnipt for that nuw
70S S. Olympln Outgo 1350
THE SILENT SERVANT WITH A HUNDHED HANDS
M'KINNRY, TexaH Mrs. Mary
Rtephetiaoti, of this place, stnlea:
"Annul n year and n half oro I was
down In bed for six weeks, not able
to sit up. 1 n flat on my hack and
had terrible spellH . . Why.
It looked like 1 would die At times
I didn't know unythlnat I would
Ret nervous, t couldn't bear anyone
to talk to me.--1 would Just Jerk
nml shook with nervmistieOT . . .
ncrusg my back wnn o sore and
nrhi'd mo all the time. I would
haie a dixxy feillnR. My Itmba ached
me and 1 would Ret numb and feel
so weak ... I said to my
huahanl I knew Onrdul was Rood
and 1 believed I had boat try It.
Ho got mo a bottle of Cardul, and
when I had only taken one-half hot
tlo of-Cnrdul 1 felt Kironger. l took
a half doaiun bottles altogether, then
In two woelta after I hewn takinR I
woa up, In three I was dnlnR my
Work. I pi nine Cardul for 1 believe
It saved my life and 1 nin urnteful,"
For over 40 yearn Cardul inm iinn
helpiiiR weak sirk women back to
health and bUonuih, Try U. Advu
vfbort you itt the llooiier'i tig unclulttrtd
worktabtt. HertfaUi90f,ofyourwotlt. Nottlhalthu
important work tpjee it not cut up by partition!.
Tou harm big roomy ipactnhcre you can con
vtnitntty handle pant of any i(t. Tm
r tally unJentand what the Hooiitr
7 do for you you mutt actually
tit in front of it and mi itt
many conrenienctt. Goto
the ntareit Hooiitr
ilealrr and it
With a Hoosier You Can Almost Prepare a Meal in the Dark
THE HOOSIER Kitchen Cabinet
represents nil tho Lost that Amer
ican housewives hixve learned
about cutting out waste steps and unnec
essary labor in the kitchen.
If ornanizes the kitchen in a compact,
get-at-able way keeps every ingredient
for cooking within instant reach. One
glance at your Hoosior and you are
reudy to order your day's groceries.
Nearly two million women who use
the Hoosier three times n day say it is
indispensable they claim it is the silent
servant with a hundred hands. It is al
ways ready to help get meals and to
help clenr up after them.
The Hoosier embodies every proved
"improvement" all the rest have been
rejected. Come to our store today and
sit in front of a Hoosier.
The Rocker Store
14 AND 16 WEST SECOND
Hunt's Daily Store News
TUESDAY, FliimUARY 10, 1920.
v Hpuci.il trip
And k1 new ideas.
If you're Interested
Watch this space.
The "Ad" Writer.
Von vi nt Km
a n d liiK'rtlnnx.
Good q il allty
c a m b rlo edges
rnnRltiR In width
from 2 to 4 Inch-en--a
sortment of patterns.
V I n t On mtirlc
w I d ths r.mRlnc
from 3 to R Indi
es. Good assort
ment of patterns.
lluRUlar 25c quality.
Pino ShImh ymlirolilerlc
3 to i Inchon wldo. Yd ..35a
If you're spending your tlmo Indoors these days
and a reat many aro you will find It a most op
portune time to do your nprlnR s6wlnR.
The plainest prirments may bo made qutto dainty,
welt finished nnd attractively trimmed.
Hero nro Laces nnd Kmbroldcrlcn for Practical u
at 1'ructlcal Prices.
Trlmmlnc fcpctlon Mnlti Floor.
Plat Val Laces 10c yd.
Assorted pntternn In cdses and Insertions 2 to 4
Inchon wide compares with 12 Hu laces.
Imitation Cluny Laces 25c yd.
Heavy open dcslRim In white and ecru 1 to 3 Inches
wldo. Several styles to choose from.
Brassiere Laces 35 and 40c yd.
Substantial patternn especially for trimming, llraa
sleroH and corset covers.
Camisole Laces 50c to $1.00 yd.
Khndow and Venetian deslRUM deep
bonded hcadlriK 2 to 5 lnchen wide.
Vcnise Laces 2.75, 3.00 and 3.50 yd.
DcslRns that may cut and adjusted to round or any
Also Ileal Laces Mot Swtsa and 13aby Irish Lacoa.
The HUNT Co.
MAIN ST. BBTWUKN SRI) & ITU.
C o tn p lote with
materials for cm
b r o ldcrlns. Art
ACTS QUICK AS
Greater safety is assured by the respon
siveness of the dual valve Picrce-Arrow.
It accelerates faster; so little force is re
quired to steer it; its range on high is
from 3 to 75 miles; it overtakes and
passes another car quicker. Few hills
compel it to drop back from high gear,
and shifting, when necessary, is easy,
effortless and silent.
Driving a car under modern traffic conditions
requires quick thinking, but the dual valve
Pierce-Arrow is as quick as the thought.
Tulsa Motor Car Company
1225' South Main St. Tulsn, Oklahoma
5095 PHONE 5096
DUAL VALVE SIX