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TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY. MARCH 80, 1920
AT ALL REVIVALS
Monday Not "Off" nay
at First Christian and
HIS SERMONS POPULAR
Growing Audiences Listen to
Evangelistic Efforts of
Both Dutt and Kerr
O004 altrndancn at th gSangtllS.
t. SSfVlSSS nt Iht HM rri-HhytiTl:in
mi. i rirst christian ehurohu laat
uk1iI tllxprnvrd tho thrnry that Mmi
.i i . night la M "off" nlKlit fur nNl
tarvtoss nt I'Oth ohurcnss epiAM
ut 7:4D o'clock v,','''r,l"y SVSlilllg. A
lnuio ohoro ohol rlsa thi music
tln. Flint rri-sliyti i Un i li ii n ti ana
K'i vvji icmi by nil ii.ir.i i ti n in on
."Mil. KrilPHt I'l'itu Milium,
v. i i" in, ;iml orally by
0, VV. Ki-rr piiftnr of the
Flixt t'rosliy tcrlan church, who Is
following tho last -woi'k In tho life
..f Jeiul I'hrlHt In h ncrninnn ilnr
liiB the wook, apoke lajit night on the
rlmualiiK of tho tomplo by Johiih on
tho IX30nd ilay of tho week of I ho
,S;ivIoph crucifixion. On Sunday ev
ening Mr. Kerr apnke. on tho trlum
phlal entry of Christ into Jerusalem.
"Win olio for Christ" VII tho hur
lon of tho eormon by Kov. Hudl
Dutt, Of tho l-lrat Chrlatlun church
fa.-o tho chslltnglng, onohangssbls
ftUDt that Ood experta you to win
Oma othor one to Christ." he Maid
"That responsibility cannot ho ehlft
rd to another."
Both Mr. Kerr and Mr. Dutt ex
tended to their congregations tho in
vitation of the Methodist Kplscopil.
churches, south, to attend the re
al Hervlce conducted nt 10 n clock
.acn morninR- in ipe Hmn atoiii
M. :. church. In urRlntf members
Ajsiio ! lrst t nrisnan cniirrii id mine
jM members of the Methodist
kfl 'onal enurcn ee. mum, in me
mornlnr; senlce, Mr. Dutt said: "It
Is a great help to know that we are
BOl alone In tho struggle for righ
teoujneM In this elty and to he able
I n namS tho names and clasp the
Jiands of our brethren In tin- MUM
of .losus Christ."
Tonight will be young peoples
'CRACKSMEN" TRY SAFES
lUmfH to 1hi Two rutimr si.
UOVM Wllhoul lOOOVM
Ttfffftttfl aro tllll?ti fo MV ut
tprnptPtl to rob thr fniffw Of the W:ft
nnlia mil ToXM filliiiK HHi'lon. on
Nrh Denver, lute Butldalg iiihi.
vUitlOfi wu entered first, titd llio
diiii knooktd off tnt mi with
htnfnori Honry CArmtottooi, do
teothf. wiltl I hat llir tOOff t the
MmkhoIIh xtatlon n r.irrlei! 10 thi
TVxa ntatinn, and th" rohher l t - k
It) 1 here, tmt wrro eviln t !y oer4
Off, bOOMIM no MdiiiaKf wan don
h lle tnfv. ! -ilr h fiw t.loM
tfuoh by tho bominor, VtHo ih thfl
ti it attempt to rot. tht MaVgTnolt
OOOplOi about two wtekft ago their
oft til ontttoly w rooked nv
'rniir;h!p paid that h roultl find
no tfOOOJ of OMpVMIVOO Of any kind
Tho Thinir w im flnno hv "lm.-.'h
nAritOt" probably boyM, hr thinks.
Vosm itniMH Oojoollno.
The ToJian Company TOOtOfdoy ad
van red tho tank waon price 00
htorOOOQO l cont to 19 eOHtl and sooo
lino pHOO 2 cntgi tn 26 OOO tij RlOOt"
inir thi Magnolia OdTOflOi announced
laat Friday und the Sinclair pfioi
RtnOO March 1. The PnUHo 1 il i-or-poratlon
Hot f ho advance prior
ICoTOh IS. Thi advance offiOti nil
mldconMnnnt trrrttory, making the
WttoJ fiillng Htation price on ffOOOlMt
now 2K cents Inateud of L'G centH iih
WOMEN TO VOTE
FOR CLEAN CITY
Organisation Complete to
Secure Maximum Vot
ing Strength at Pulls
SAPULPA PAYS 8 CENTS
O. T I Hike-. inline In tlty 1 MM
i hen i pdm
An Incrcaffy if 3 cents is ki inted
lo the Oklahoma 1 nlon Railway
MmpMy Viy the i it v c.nniiilssiuners
of Hipuipa. aeoordlng to Informa
lion received by 11. II MUlor, su
iici inlendent of Iht OomMny Mr
tilght at the Flint Christian ehurnh.
ilrls of the Alpha Omega class will
iiHhcr Mr Dtltt'l mblOCt will be,
"What Is Conversion?"
nth uslasl Ic t t lug held at ,
I o'doi l. esicrdny afl'-i noon, both
! .republican und dcnioci ,il ic wonit ll
i 'iii:e,i their effort lo Ihi tlootlon
or i olean ofly aAntftlatraUon next'
Praotleally .very proolnci in iho
elty w is eapreasntod at itia Riaetinv,
Mm ' K I.ihniuli. camlMisn ihalt-
Th. iroman win pndeavof t.. place
a Montan clerk or wutcher at each
of the plOOinotl and will arrange to
Care for small ehlldren while moth
c rs vote in each precinct ihera'wlll
j be i oi airman who win have oharso
j of a commit tee. umi it win be her
duty to call each woman In tho bJfO'
ill "l and remind her of Rlacllon day
land of the Issii'S lllyolveil.
I It vv.ih iI'M-idcd to hac printed a
.number of simple ballot.-, which will
be used in enlightening those women
who are not acquainted with tho bal
During the meeting there was
illsi uealon of the recent chargei of
el'ctlon frauds. These alleged fr Is
appear to have stimulated the wom
en lo vreater ail'on and Interest, ac
cording lo those who attended yes-
tei ci , s meeting,
Prigging down the handle of a
new faucet after wntcr has been
turned on also opens a drinking
fountain on top of tho oatlet pipe.
PABLO CASALS -
World's Greatest Cellist
New York Aeolian Hall Recital
All scats for this reclln were sold two days before the onrert. One
hundred and fifty chairs on stage ware sold In ten minutes on tho after
noon of the concert. Four hundred people were turned away.
The following exeerpis from criticisms or his reoenl perform an OS I
"l'ahlo Casals Is still the prince of cellists, and the knowledge that he
IS such Is what filled Aeolian hall yesterday afternoon. The Spanish
musician was at his best as to warmth and slr.e of tone, brilliancy of
technique end poetic Imagination."- New Vork Tribune. Man h 7
Casals will give a concert at Convention hall on Wednesday evening,
March II. This Is his first appearance here and presents a wonderful
opportunity to Tulsa people to hear the greatest artist of tho present day
thai this Increase was
ordei that s.lllee Of
kept up in Bepulpa,
There is no llkelyheod of su. h
lie. - s i rj
,n t inn being taken here nt the pres
enl time. Mr Miller said last night.
althOPgh If expenses keep on In. re i-
ing some such action may be taken
In ihe future, bUl jul when II Is
not e. ntata, A lower fare can be
charged here du' to th. larger num
Mr of patrons, he said, ami there
fore an Inoreaie of fare is hard!)
pogolbll . at least not for some lime
For advertising purposes .a store
windows ii ma. bine that HspMysl
moling pictures automatically With
out the use of films or attention of
nn operalor has been pri nted
HOLDUP ADMITS ROBBERY Merlin n.i. smi risaid to have confessed to the heldsp
ih Okmulgee Tr actum company, I and aeconiiHinted officera to bis
mi nn led loin b bs.il nt rii ors house where mo was found hidden In
and eharged with holding Sp a street Un outhouse. Raker Is held In the
car on gSlurdS) All. r a gruslllng county Jail where rharges of grand
egsmlnstlon by tin- porlee. Ilsksr Isihiroenf win be phtcsd aiainM him.
I no. i I in do. l c of Ok not t PC I i .o
lion Compsni titrca it. Ismt.
fly SM01 IStSd Press Slst Wile
I Ih Ml Mi FK. i IhlS Mil. h
Tf) YOltrrmrmhrhnw tiftrn s
l pOOOd of OoflN iai Ippfd itt
ppi l-ii hsM Ktnttd up a whole
trnllf v cmr? The (if lira tit CorTfr
od t,v'"t 'ffr flftvnr wnt tprtiil
Itlgj tOOie iii-irr of Itl fi agi nic e.
li A K Vacuum Pacfcfgd CoOM
lifepi at) ftmr ng,Vl.r fir yen.
When V'.ii OpOOtbl BOi at home,
it (b at fifth and full fltvorrd a
otgM i Wed h"t from ourrooeteri. ;
rut up ii1vfnfrd. In WlMfctt bOBOs
and etrrl rut ToOffTOOH thotild
have It in stork, if 00ti write ut
S TART now and have Rood
coffee at your house every
day in the week. You can be
sure of Kood coffee every
time if you use the
amous PICKWICK Gofce
i!L ns, . . 2S D0(ii"). Js
g-fews city xHaitC
Give it one trial and
and we'll have another
If it isn't the best coffee you
ever tasted if it doesn't suit
you perfectly, your grocer will
refund your money.
Every Article Marked
SPRING CLEARANCE SALE
Percales and Ginghams
$1.95, $2.50, $3.50
Regular $2.50 to $r.00 values
NlAC.ArtA MAID all-thread Of?
silk $7.50 Hose, for -V).i
roi,r , $4.25
$4.00 Hose j4J
We will accept a deposit and
lay any garment away for
Store Open Saturday Night
STOP LOOK REASON!
Hundreds of women have been waiting for our spring clearance sale. To make it an exceptionally important event we have de
cided to start it before Easter and give you a chance to tog up for Easter day. De have not purchased a single "special sale"
garment for this sale but are offering you our regular stock. Prices are advancing regularly regardless of what you may have read
or heard to the contrary and fall merchandise is higher than ever. For your own interest we earnestly request you to attend this
sale. Remember sale lasts until April 5th. Come early and if you don't buy outright make a deposit on the articles you want and
and we will lay them away for you.
STOP LOOK REASON!
You will have to see these suits to appreciate the values. Re
member these are our regular stock and not purchased nor made
for a special sale. Materials are mostly Tricotines and Serges
and the colors mostly navy.
Regular $165 value, Sale Price . ..... .$89.50
Regular 120 value, Sale Price 72.50
Regular 100 value, Sale Price. ..... .,. . 62.50
Regular 75 value, Sale Price.,.,. 52.50
Regular 60 value, Sale Price . ..,.... 39.75
Regular 50 value, Sale Price . ., 34.50
Regular 40 value, Sale Price , 29.50
These are all regular $9.50 and $15.00 values.
Taffeta, Georgette, Satin, Crepes, Foulards, every one a dis
tinctive style and we again wish to emphasize that these are all
our regular stock.
Prices All Reduced From to Yi Off
$14.95 to $89.50
Regular Prices on These Are
$19.75 to $125
These are of georgette in all the new spring shades.
$3.95, $4.95, $6.95, $8.95, $12.95
These are regular $5.00 to $18.50 values.
COATS I PETTICOATS
Spring models in both long and
Sort l..tlu . Q(
3204 SOUTH MAIN. OVER WOOLWORTH'S 10C STORE
All the new famy silks, such
as Kumsi Kumsa, Tan Tasi,
Moon (ilo, Water Kail, etc.
Those are regular I12.M to
Silk and wool Skirts in all good
styles and colors
Just received a shipment of
new, fresh, crisp wah Skirts
in white gabardine. These
were bought, to sell from $:'..'.l".
to $9.50, but. they all go in at
Clearance Sale prices.
NO REFUNDS, NO
Nothing charged during this
Store Open Saturday Night