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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1920 ' 7
COMES TO TULSA
Rev. Rolfe P. Crum Ac
cepts Call to the Trinity
FROM SYRACUSE, N. Y. ,
Will Succeed Rev. G. KUng
Who Resigned Rcctot'ship
Early In May
New Rector Who Comes
to Episcopal Church
Rev Holfe 1 Crum har n cptcl '
the call to the Trinity Kplaropal
church of thin city and will assume
his ilutlps aa rcctr early in June,
J 13, Washington, senior warden of
tho vestry, annc.iini.oi1 yesterday
Mr Crurn's first fermon an roeMr of
the church will probably be dellered
Bunrlay June fi
Mr. Crum will rotne. to Tulsa from
Gt Mark's church, Kynu'iiM- N. Y.
In ce mmentlns upon Mr. Crum'H re
I by KlriK?" Senator need replied.
I "There were none," wiu the re
ply. "There wero a few rtebu '
What territory did Mr McOmw
Oklahoma look KfterV' 8enlor
"Louisiana, Mltwourl, MlMMIppl
Charles Weliwert, member nf thn
Michigan elate IcKluMttirt am! '
retry trciuurer of the Wocid loaKHP
there, lentlfled that upward or Jo I -(100
had been spent for thii ncnurnl
In tho Michigan primary contest.
hreA A Aluer of lietrolt. lie ild.
cave J.". 0,00 Mr. Wolert slil
5..T5.00O went directly for nottipapor
After ir.idltiK a list of contribut
ors to Md Palmer's eumpnlgn. tor
trer Rrpt rrntatlve Carlln was dran
Ir'o a f te r question n-ntefd
uro ui'l tin aliened underpamrnt of
t'j 0(0 ooo in income tax by the cm
I ic Steel company of 1 1 S0 noo 1
tl e Imps family Mr Carlln said
hr w,i attorney only for Mr Dupy
an I M Dupuy ''on the civil er
. e si Ir of rhe Kovernment's tax
rU u s and that he was willing in
brvji,f of Inn clients to pay the gov
e ti i en' $ ;fi "no
Aski'd In Senator Heed democrat
Missouri, tf Attorney General rainier
had had "anvihlnc m personam
with the Crucible Steel or Pupuy tax
mailwrs ' Mr Carlln said it bad been
taken up with Mr Palmer's ansisl
ants but that It was lamely "up t
the collector of Internal reenue, "h i
was Mr Rogers." He added that
the statute "expressly iillows the in
ternal revenue department to com
promise all these matteis even after
an mdlclmcnt has been found "
I I'halrman Kcnyon wanted to know
whether Mr. Sterling, Palmer man'
incr In Pennsylvania, was not cm
ilofil b y the Dupuy Interests " and
I tho w lines said he was employed
'by some of the steel interests also
hnd a controwisy with the. govern
i went about income tax,
' Mr Carlln. asked about expend -hires
In Pennsylvania for Mr .Pal
mer's campaign, said he knew noth
ing of affairs there as Mr Sterling
had told hlni, "to keep out of tits'
Pennsllvonia matted "
1 The next largest contributor was
former Federal Judge J llnrvsy
Covington, trijasilrer of the Palmer
org inu.illon who gave I -.500 Mr
Krank 1 Crocker of New ork
also Ka vt 2 500. the u'llnoi aid
Mr Carlln read fiorn a lint of cm- 'reply. "The stie of the. (en. Mr. Cov. lllobert I v. Jr. New York city,
tnbutnrs and fi iMjiienlh was Inter- Inglon gft at ttie tlmo mused pilbllo M,000; I". V. O.irvlti. asUint nltor-
fiiptert in idtntu the man comment,' 'Chairman Kenyon con- jney gnnnial Jl.OOfl.
"This n.an iiMngt.oi viiisfotmelv tinned 1 Appearing for former Ambmlor
nfedetal lu.lge and reslgend l. g. Mr Carlln said John K Crosbr, Oerard, Mr. Jonos flnrtrt telegram
WHh the alien ptoperly ruslndMns ll.ntfnrd. gave 11. 000, O Mlcha. H from his principal saying that h
office when Palmer h nl ftuii "ffi.e l ,nn. William C Devltl.Penns U a hail not had financial assistance
Wnsn t he"" asked Kf'twri rn.i $1 000. I' J Harrow. New VorK from any source
i "I ilnn t know rxurtlv " Was the cllv JTiOO. W II Caldwell. I.S00, "We sowed seeds nf literature In
iSfiuth Dakota," Mr Jone tenlifled,
deaeriMng tha panning of Mr Oer
nrtl n own 111,000 " and I-l. i " 'M
nunnhinu nnd rain. Wn fo., id U t
It look wmethtnir morn thai, far
shine and ruin to make It grow n'
ter the voles were counted an! 1
cided not to got Into any more .
i nmne "
Hex Ilolfo V Ctiini
Reverend Crum has accepted the
cat. to tin . nil' (.pi-. i.p.,i i n
lgnation from the Syracuse pirlsh, f 'ht.i city and w:!l be here eariv m
the Syracuse i'oi-niantiar(i sam "''
"Hcv Crum came here from, Clove-1
land. Ohio, as succtessor lo Rnv. Dr
William De l.ancey Wilson, and dur
Harvard theological seminary He
nr'leit mm uNklkt.int tertnr of thn Trill
ing his ministry paid the mortgage. itv church In lluffalo from 1911 to
miide improvements upon church!
n . i .u ........
linn Jiitllll Huiin,-, Mini in uill'-l f.O'
1016, and was special prcnther at the
St. Paul's cathedral In Hnaton for
developed the work of the church, i portion of 1919.
Mr Crurn's resignation Is. a source i rhe TrIM'y Kplscopal chur' h has
of regret to his people who have , been without a rector since the de
been united and thnioimhU Intei - parture of Rev C V Klmg early In
ejt'i in his energetic progrann for,. May. The building progium of the
a greater and stronger Kptsiopal church will be deflnitcU decided
church In the wen end. Syracuse, i upon as soon as Mr Crum ir. bctt-r
as one of his first charges and he iiLijualnteil with the parish
quickly won an enviable position In! .
the1 lommunlty, both In and outside . TATA I nr P IMPiP
St Mark's parish. He haw takenj (J I AL Ul" rUNUo
pari in civi- iiiiiLi.-in an Avru na so-i
cla! life of tho city, served an chap-1
lain In France with the Ro I Crosn
division" during part of the war, and
was active in the nationwide cam
nalcn of the Kplscopal yhurch last
year" change from King?" asked Reed
Mr Crum Is a graduate of the Colonel Procter said "nothing had
Western Reserve university and. has been accomplished."
a do. tor of divinity demet. fn in iii. "You have had the funds collected
IS. NEAR MILLION
rONTINlT.I) KIK M PAGr ONn
T 0 D AY
Witness our Thurs
day and Saturday
tions of the famous
Thor and Simplex
Ironors, from 2 to 5
p. m., at our sales
room, 119-121 Kant
Second Street. Phone
The house of M-rxic", fnlr
ilcnllng nnd quality
A Gorgeous Ensemble of
For Summer Wear
at Special Low Prices for Today and Friday
Wash Dresses,Wash Waists and Wash Skirts
In a variety of styles and colors that immediately stamp I hem
with that distinction commonly termed class.
The shecrness of the materials, and the taste in design impresses
one of daintiness that is as refreshing as cooling breezes.
-fcll'Yll'l, .""mTI Mu.MvrftV.'"'..!
and up to $8.95
and up to $24.95
.39 $2-45 $C.45
122 S. Main-
First Door North From Second
I THE atTOHMC OF QUA1JTy"
319-321 South Main
A Charming Presentation of Cool
Dainty Wasli Frocks
Never have the styles in Summer Frocks been more beautiful and never have we shown
such a varied and beautiful assortment. Dainty frocks suitable for afternoon, stree-t
and sports wear developed in fine linen, organdy, voile, dotted swiss and dimiticfi
Included in this showing are the nationally known "Rosemary Dresses" to be seen
exclusively at Renberg's. The styles are new and decidedly chic and almost any color
may be had. Specially popular is the new shade called Tomato Pink, but there are
dozens of other colors. The range of prices for such charming dresses is moderate
indeed. $15.50, $19.75, $22.50, $24.50 nnd up to $45. Women's and Misses' sizes.
The New Wash Skirts Await Your Approval
Many pretty .new styles are shown irf gaberdine and linen. Tailored effects with novel
arrangement of belts, pockets and buttons, some of the new styles feature fancy stitch
ing and drawn work. Truly a wonderful showing at $6.75, $7.95, $9.75 to $15.75.
Regular and extra sizes.
W(?ol Sport Sweaters
In novefweaves and designs, a wonderfully
complete assortment in jade, turquoise, pink,
peach, orchid, pekin, white and black. Priced
at $15.75, $16.50, $17.50 and $24.75. All sizes.
Wash Waists of fine voile at $1.85; $2.95 to
$5.50 values. Low neck styles with touches
of fine lace and embroidery trimmings. All
taken from our regular stock and reduced
for this sale. All sizes.
tOne lot of GO 'fine Taffeta Dresses at V price,'
. formerly priced $49.50, now $24.75" The
styles are. new and they are wonderful values.
Navy and all spring colors. All sizes in lot.
Brassieres in flesh color only at $1.25, $1.50,
$1.95, $2.95 to $4.50, in lace, wash satin,
crepe de chinq.and silk jersey. Sizes 3G-48.
" Camisoles at $1.25, $1.50, $1.95, $2.95 to $4.50
flesh, color only in wash satin, crepe de chine
and silk jersey. Dozens of styles, 3(5 to 58.
Don't Spend All
You Make .
What's the use of cutting down your ex-
pendilures for clothing and wasting it on
other things? If you really want to save
start a savings account and make it a
point to save something every pay day.
One of these banks will help you.
JL NATIONAL BANKJL
Fourth and Main
"The Convenient Corner"