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FULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1920
Lilian Crawford pf.rkin3 WORK
A ror.e, to the. living la morn
Than sumptuous wreaths to thf
In filling love's infinite store.
A rose to the living In more,
If Rraclouely Riven before.
The hungering spirit In fled.
A rose to Ihn llvlnR In moio
Than sumptuous wreaths to th
Picnic at the country hnm of Mr.
una1 Mr. Walter I'. Nlcholi, whrn
the Tulsa llotarlans nnd their ladle
will b guests,
Mr. niul Mrs. Frank Ii, Moore will
give, supper dance In Country club
for Mr. nnd Mm Paul Ilreeser
Mr, Winston I' llenrv'a luncheon
for Mr Huntington Henry In Coun
Mrr. Frank fi. Hay's evening ptrty
honoring her Riirst, Mr. .V, C.
MIm Josephine layman's eenlor
expression recital In Kendall college.
Aabs. Court ceremonial and dan
luet. Mrs. Waller L, Csln's piano pupils
In recital at library, Silfi.
A. O. rirlilKO (Mnli.
Mr. J. 0. lUddln was hoi I cm (bin
week to the regular niertlnR of the
A- O. Ilrldce club. Mm. II. F. Moore
was the only Rtieat besides club
membors. Top M-orn whh made by
Mm. II. L. ('annuity and low by Mm
Mm. Hurciio L. Ilonp. Mm. .lease
Drammer made convolution. Mr".
Rrddln served lunr.bnon on the rnrd
tables. Mm. Verne Vnndover will be
next hostcsw. The olub will have
seven tables at the special partj' they
will ulvo next Friday afternoon In
the hVnnedy restaurant.
Two I t-octjl.
Mr. C. O. Bplndlcr will present hi"
plino pupil In a recital on two oc
casions next week. Tile Intermedl-
to pupils will appear on Wednesday
evening In his studio, 1010 South
Main, and the advance pupili will
be heard the next evening.
Mm. Fred W. Ineull will entertain
a company of children at luncheon
In the Superior Tea rooms on Satur
day followed by n theater party at)
ine urpneum, tnn event neinc Riven
In honor of Miss Margaret Instill.
Mrs. Paul lllarkwelder. chairman i
of the Serbian Rollef of this city I
will entertain with an nflcrnoon ten
today for the. captnlna of teams who
will work for thla causo. Three Is
Minn Tearl Resrd of Kellyvllle,
Okla.. and Mr. KtiRene Rlakely of
Tulsa, were married Monday, May
3, by flev. 13, II, Caaey, paatnr of the
Methodlet church In Bapulpa.
Pupil In Hocltnl.
Tho piano puplla of Mm- Walter
T. ..Ill ' I .... . . .
u. vnin win njnirnr in reciiai lOnlRMl
and tomorrow nljrht In tho public1
librarj. I'atrnriK and frirnda are
r.nrdlnlly InMteil 10 he preMnU.
lllif Cl.i-v !
The Indies Mible elan of the Hrtt ,
M. Ii. ehurih will meet thin nflor-I
noon at S:.V) o'rlm k with Mm .1. K. ,
Morrison, IIH Houlh Homon avenue
Mrs. Arthur fewiin niul Mr John'
McKlnlnv ur aeon n issue lnvltH-
tlone for an informal lunchoon
whbh thv will Rive late In May.
II" jeaiinic. n rfro ird hv Mario k
fonfiued manner, but hr taitns hn
idfi'Clons and when she la ROne (
hr hurrirn nut lo Rulde AnRelotM to,
n home At thai mo.nent a sho'
fi.m (he isstle of Ml AnRelo an
iiiilini'i'i th" r-Hpllve r eneape Hear
pi .mil Ins nnlii iniei ami search
, - t . I 1 1 1 ...... I. ..a I. . n IrnfArf
iur , iik imii. 1 1 , w (in in." ... . ii
n 'h rhuf'h Mrlu is suepecled I
slid yrsrpia who rovl poisnsslon I
of Touch, plans the arrest and ruin1
f hi rival. ' j
Tfc , .nriinfl iipi lull. II. .11. at !
Vnrplii s residence The chief of
police orders Mann's arreet, and
sends mr Toeca ai the same Mm
thai Mario ) brought In, and ion
trlves thai she (.hull hear the i rlei
of hei lover while h is belnj! tor
tured, in orrter lo mnke him reveal
Annelottl's hidlnr plaee I'nahle to
endurr Marios aconv she, reieals
AnRelnttl'a setrel. M-irln is sent to
prison and H-arpla. left alone with
Tosra, lcl her hal unliss ehe re
npiindM io Ins lne hei ori -h.ill die
wlihin iri hour To M' Mii'nTos
ra roni-nri' ii if 'ip h.i1' 'Oil shf
be allowed lo depart in safety l'h
her loier next rla arpia Rrees
and ssjs thrre sli.i 1 1 he a mork exe
cu'lon II writer out the promtned
pass, and as he hands It to Tosca
she stabs him and goes to Msrlo with
the release In Act III at the prison
the mot In exfriiilon. as Toea he.
Ilees lakes plaie but thrrtURh Scar
plus treiifhery f is a real one and
Mario is shoi Toeca thrown herself
from the castle parapet as an at
te.npi s made lo arrest her for Rear
a brief .it to Htanle left Monday for her home
I Mm John M. Markham and vouns
son John H. Jr. are ependlnc a few
idaya in Kana fliy.
Ntorh. of IMc )h-i-,i.
I' or llie heuefll of those to whom
Illlf lipriitn llli'lllil i-il III iiir i rii
tolre of lb" ftcnttl tirand Opera com
liany, which ulll be heard here on'
May 17 and IV nt convention nan.
under auspices of llyathka club an
new, and for those who wish lo re
now their rerollectlnna of Ihos
works a surclnci reaiim Is Riven of
jibe works to be siiiir by tha i:om-
pany In this rltv.
The text of "li Tosca" Is by ll
llola (llarosa aftnr 1'anlon' drama
th" music by (llncomo I'licclnl. U
was tlrst produipd at the cosianzl
Home, January II. 1900 The stor
Is tniRle nnd terrible. I'lorln Tnca
fu.noiiN slriRpr. is In love with Mario
Cavarndoeel, a moihr nriist Hhe i
In I hi' habit or iihi'IIiir him in the
church where lie in ai work on mil
ml decoration Winlr thus enRaved
a political refugee AtiRcloltl, up
peara and Imploiea Mario lo conceal
him. The painter alda him mid
promises to slieiti r him In lim villa.
T'lorla enteis and Ancclnlcl hides I
nt r e n t I n s
thst's lh f- I
'he r hr.
flavor rf I rnU
taut rt I JXS
t ntfr whsl has msitK It Ik in 'i
'(iiu!r r-iftrs In Tul and ur
Hvcry Mlsr wints one of
these Imndsomc cancA. .lust
right for ovcr-niRht use
nnd plenty of pnce for a
One o-i t;iu,irotrif,
7Vlia.il Orders Prepaid
Hi 8. Main
Tulsa Kanum City
t.. .1. irrKsnACii
Mis'! Maresret Kr.iuklyn will leave j
this week to spend several months
In Callfornls with relatives.
Mm I I. Merry spent eier
dtn in Miiakosee with friends, re
tuinlna last nlirht.
Mr and Mrs ' It Overton are
i now residlnR in their new home, l.0
West Csmeron street
Mr. and Mrs i:utene floop mnied
Monday into their new home. H0
West Columbus street in IrMnR Place.
1 Mrs P. MeKarland of rhllllcolhe,
; Mo arrlverl ,i few days aso to vMt
I In the home of Mr and Mrs. II.
' Young In Irvlnif Place.
Mrj. Alvln T. Itlchards . and b.iby
v ill leave at the week-end for Okla
homa City to Mali Mrs. niohad'n
parents. Mr. and Mm, Oecrfr If.
Mr and Mr T K
Mm. K. W niackburn of dnrk
Ark who has been vIsltlnR her sis.
frosble hsveiter Mrs Mark B. Stanley and .Mr
Mr and Mrs. S O. rtomaine h
purchased a home In IrvlnK Place
ar.il will he at home, to their friend
after May 25.
Mlrs fthea Broodie of ChlcaRo ar
rived this week from Mineral Wells.
Texas to Melt In the home of her
relatives, Dr. and Mrs. Charles t.
F. O llern.
Mis Paul Dillon of New York who
has been the Riiest of Mrs John Mur-
i ay Ward In Motel Ketchum. left:
Thuredaj for Kansas City wrere she
was )olned bv Mr. Dillon and trom
which point they will return cast ;
.Mrs I. W. Sloan anil brother, Mr '
IhiRh Qullck were culled to nrlsh'
ton, fintarln Canada thla week b
the death of their father Mr in)
Vicrl Quick Trey were aci nmpanied
by Mr. J. W Sloan and daughter
Mis Mary Kntherlne Hloan.
Mew-asesi from Mr. Dm j Ffost
buns asurance of Mlsa l.dlththe accident whlrh befell his sen
Krou havlnc succefully utiderRone ,.Mr i.0nard Brosch who wag shet
a operation for appendicitis In tho, , u.. w. m. n
e filde hospital In Chlcaao. Ml ) Mo1 bln "rri, b Mr Rro'' h
Front and Mr. Cheslyn Frost were I ''"charged itself. infllctlnR .i ee ,
called to her bedside. 'wound Mr. Broach la now dr-irf
nlcclv and is expected to ent.re
Mm. A T. Allfon left yesterday "v,r
for Kansas Cllty to visit her daiiffh "
ter. Mlsa Irene Huel who la attend-
nnR Miss Rartows school Mm
Orant C Plebbens accompanied Mrs
I Alison and wilt visit her daiiRhter
l.Misa l.oulse Stebbens who Is a find-
ent also .-it Mlsi rtarstoWg w-ihool
Mr. W K, Plroach returned Wed
nesday from Fort Worth where hei
was called las' week on account of I
Now- tnklne poM'RTiiduntp work
In St. Minis to bctlor ecno jou.
Dr. Arthur Campbell
K)c. IVr, No-ip. anil Throat
737 Mayo Holldlne
T " I iTiMlil
Great Removal Sale-
except the better
JVilton Fclvct Rugs
Hunt's Daily Store News
FRIDAY. MAY 14, 1920.
I 1IKCIKDDI 10 I
HTHE BASS FURNITURE AND CARPET CO.
A Two-Days Sale of
A Sale Involving
Hundreds of Pairs
of This Season's
150 Pairs of Black)
Patent & Kid Pumpsi $Q.45
With Baby Louis hccl.l J r,lr
One Tabic 0
Regular $12.50 Shoes.
Black Kid -Black
Black Patont Vamps
.backs; repular f 1 5.00
and 1 1 .50
Shoes, at, pair (N'o war Ui).
Han an & Son
Black Patent anil Kid Drees )
Pumps HIrIi French heels;
reRiilar price I to f0. pair .. )
One Ixit of llanan niacU
Kancamn Kid lrp Oxford
Louis XI heels. reRiilar 1S
Shoes, for. pair
Brown Kancaroo Kid Dress
Oxfords Light nolea, Louis
XV. heels; regular J20.00
Bhoeit, for, patr...
Laird & Schober
'! $13. 45
BlaoU Piitcnt ami Kid Drct-s
r'nninlJ(.Vt PrAiipt, 1, Artie
rcsular J16.50 Shoes, pair... )
Whllo live rinth Walklnc
Otfonla Covered heels. reR
iilar 15 00 Shoes, pair
Black Pulpnt and Kid Baby'
French Pump Baby Louis
heels; rerular J1.00 and
H8.00 Ehoea, for, pilr..
O.VE LOT OF
Zeigler Bros.' Brown Walking Oxford
ncul.ir 1 fi.so shoes
For $14.45 pr.
om; lot of
Mactrick-Eyrcs White CAnvas Oxfords
Prefk Ovfords with Louis XIV heels; regular J12.50
For $10.45 pr.
ovr. LOT OF
Brown Walking Oxfords
For $10.45 pr.
ONE LOT OF
Black Walking Oxfords
For $10.45 pr.
White Canvas Walking Oxfords
KecuMr UO.OO Shftes
For $8.45 pr.
Shop Dept. Third floor
OXK LOT OF
White Kid Baby
Baby Loui heels; regular
$ 13.50 Shoes.
For $13.45 pr.
ovr: lot of
Zeigler Bros. White
Walklnc oxfords with cov
ered heels; regular $H 00
For $12.45 pr.
om: lot or
Slaters' White Nile
All white leather heels
(not enameled); regular
llenrert hade for
Sport Sweaters, and
for embrolderlnr sports
cotttinus An Dept.
F it t u r I a t Undergar
ments .ire cdol and
comfortable for the ae.
live woman. Fniler.
wear .wtlnn Mcza.
Main St.. Between Third nnd Fourth fits.
Tulsa Open Shop
Galatea A good as
sortment of light and
dirk stripes for chil
For 35c vd.
I,ad-Larste Cloths that
tell regularly at 60n yd.
For 52c yd.
3Blnch Stripe! Galatea
Red and blue with
For 45c yd.
BIouso Linens and plain
45c to $1.50 yd.
Art Denim Striped
upholttery denim (or
porch furniture, auto
and tt tripes, especially
desirable for children's
For 46c yd.
Dres.i Percales Light
and dark ground polka
dot, coin dots, and net
figures and stripes;
regular 50c quality.
For 41c yd.
to.t Unbleached STiet.
Ing 72c jd.
.tfir Quality Bleached
Muslin, 36 Inches wide,
Cambrics; fi 6 o qual
ity Illo jd.
.No. 1 0(1 nlcachcd Mus.
lin lie Jd.