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TULSA DAILY WORLD, MONDAY, MAY 31, 19iffi
TELLS GRADUATES
TO LOOK UPWARD
tho commeneemrnt address Krven by
Ii I Jones and tho incomlnK' presl
den'. Dr flordon. presented
i:i,i:iuiATi: at .sapijm'A' tdday
war veterans will Inrlude the flrinK
of salutes by a plrked siiad from
ilfwcon Krye post, American I.eglon
In addition to the IRlon men tak
InR part, the women aitxlllary of
thn li'Klnn, thn (I. A. It , Halvatlon.
Army, Hoy Koouls, flro detiarttnent
. Emerson
Fans
Dc'ir(illofi Day rt1ws Mini
elaborate I'.ht I'laiiuul
H( ml In 'I tl Wofld
HAPKM'A. Mav 30. Htarllni:
wl'h n pnrado nt II o'clock tomorow
morninR from I.eo and I'oplnr
streets, tho most eUiborato eelnbrii
fion ever Hltompted her,, will beRln
when nearly every orRiiitl.ntlon In
the illy turns nut for 'he monster
yiml other orKunlvUlonn will lake
YOUNG, MAN
Are you of good moral character? Are you physically sound? Do
you believe in being prepared to give prompt and efficient service
to your country in time of need?
Then we need you. Join one of the Tulsa units of the Oklahoma
National Guard and help us build up for Tulsa an organization
that will bo the pride of our City and State and a safeguard in
time of )iccd. Help us keep alive that indomitable spirit that
prompted our lads to win such deathless glory on the bloody
fields of France.
See the recruiting officer at
The Old Armory
Monday, Thursday and Friday Evenings
FIFTH AND BOSTON
Higher Life Is Theme
of Dr. Dill's Bacca
part.
Ilitcutor A('cctn I'oHlJIon,
MUHKOOHJ3. May 30. .1. P.
Kinds of MuskoKee, Inventor of u
laureate Sermon
patent automobile wrenih, has hern
appointed instructor in tho machine
shops in the slato si hool of mines
iii Wlllmrton lie will nssilme his
OPEN COMMENCEMENT
Deioratlon ilnv eer ises HfrvbeHj
orr the irni' m of IVI war trier
ans. Hpannh war Vfifr.tm and wnril
diitiei n .liir.n I.''
Hold Senior Class Day Uxor
cIhcs This aiornhiB Kinnl
Ceremonies Wednesday,
e,r' thV ego yesterday
the f'lr.l rrr.hyfr.an
Bh. your life on h. Jj;i';
Mope, mKr your ROi'l " lr
,MWe!-hlBhrr Thocnn nM.;;.;
U always '.Pwr.l. .o,k 'P.
.t ascend th- n.ll ' '"''"Vh
-'ttrf rnj-tur. .... r
ix"k 7,5, n v.?
their .leiree. Dr. l lr;rt
-This U 'or commencement
d not your flntahln iljor. ''
uaies of Ihn r n of 1920. Mi"
w"ll clemiincl tho most rlKorom,
rtJon, the most etierKet c effort
pon your Prt If you wl ! o 0
Clod to the top of tho hill mi n ust
itruRRln to rHh Iho M';p
(de.ils. This iipinl nru ihn
feel must ho cultivated, must lie Ml
'Tho Bofil is worth tho HtrUKKle
tho speiiker snld In onucKmlon '
have never found nny one. In my lire
who whs sorry ho strUKKlert, U" mut
ter how much ho hud to sacrifice, no
matter how Brent tho effort It doe
not matter how far wo uro upon tho
mountain ldo, how wo sometimes
slip and fal It r we nro only I'llmhlnu
The struKBle I" hnrd. U wo have a
Ktlldn who him Bono on the w.iy he
fore, 8, an elder brother who linn
endured nil these ilmiKers, one who
will help us to en t!w way ho went,
up to Ood." ,
In tho larRO conKreRntlnn, which
thronged tho First I'reabylerl.in
church yesterday for tho event worn
"fond parents" of tho students, col
leare students, former RraduuteH, and
frlendH of tho college. A section
marked with Iho Kendall colors, w.ih
reserved for tho faculty and rni1
Untea and the collfRO colors we.io
alio reflected In tho yellow field
flowers which decorated tho pulpit
Special programs contained pictures
of Dr. J. M. (lordon, tho now presi
dent; Dr. Dill, it ciimpus vlow and
the new Rymnaslum.
Tho services opened nml closed
with the processional and recessional
of tho faculty members and rtuiIu
nles of tho collect!, flno rt and
academy departments, In tho order
named, white the atidlcuco remnlned
standing,
III the namo of tho faculty, etu
dent l;ody and trustees, t)r Arthur
I.eo Odell, retlrlnR president of
Kendall, who presided, extended nn
Invitation tn nil friends of the In
stitution and In tho public to alt tho
exercises of Kendall's 22nd com
mencement reason. It was an
nounced by Dr Odoll that, owing to
tho failure of certain materials for
the Rymnaslum to arrive here In
time, tho dedication vlll not bo held
this week "h planned
Praise for tho manner In which
Dr. Odell has directed the destinies
of Kendall for the past two years
was paid by Itev 0 V Kerr, pastor
of the Klrat 1'reabytcrlan church.
"This Is one of the happy days of
the year for our church, when wo
have the craduates of Kendall with
Us, but there Is a nolo of sadness
In our service In that t Is tho last
time that we will have Or Odell hs
president," Mr. Ke- said. "He has
done splendid work here. ) came
at a critical time, nnd under his safo
and sane leadership, tho school today
Is In a better condition than It has
ever been before'
Tho senior college class day exer
cises will take plnce In tho college
ili.iin li i llldu O'CIOI'K
i iii'au.i.)
mornlngr, tho annual alumni banqupt
nt 6:30 o'clock, nnd the first anmnl
nlumnl recital at N 30 o'clock. At
the commencement exercises to be
held 'In the chapel nt 10 30 o'clock
ednesd.iy momlnir thn ii
prize and diploma will bo awnnlnd!
rackjico tn make Inrc loaf oc
three la)t'r oaUo, l-inon or
Vanilla, :15c Devil's 1'oihI,
richly, splocd and chocolate,
0c. 'All ioadliiB ffrocxirs.
Qhe AmlMissadcr - Santa TSarhara
Deep Sea Fishing Write for Booklet
Nowhere loei the leaping rum, that
grandest of all fame fih, mote he
nuently yield to the snglet's art thn In
the channel witeri dire ttlf In front of
The Ambaniadof, st Ssnts Ditbirs,
California.
Come nd tut Tout Vlll In wateri
not vet "fnhed out" "Wheie the
Mountains Ketch the Sea".
The Amlmiador I Intela System
Amhatiidor, Santa Barbara) Amhav
aador. New York; Alexandria, x
AtiBflfij AmbaMador, Loa Angtln;
Amtiaiuador, Atlantic City.
The Ifotrli whtch mate uf tf AmhrUiAlor HntcU Sjrifrm ore rurt mrfxiiied
fn tUranct arul dtUnhlful tenttt dt luxe bj any other hotel la the uctLL
223 EAST THIRD STREET
Phone Osage 6813
NOTE: We-expect to be in our new location, 523
South Main, about June 15.
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4 12
South Main St.
TURK BROS
S4TT1
South Main St j
PRICE REDUCTION SALE
$10 .Foot- $V85 I $12 Foot- $7.85 1 I $15 Foot- $Q.85 $18 Foot-$" 0.85
wear . . j wear . . wear . . wear . . I
FrenchiHeel Oxfords
Tho fleaaon'a amartcat models, so
comfortable, too. The simplicity
of style and tho beauty of line
that characterize these Oxfords
ahown here. t Colon of
White '. $8.85
Black $6.85
Brown . . . ..( $7.85
Black Kid Oxfords
Dsautlful ,n" sprlna; bUck kid Oiforda
with allk worked eyeleui. hlBh French
heels umltllcht soles. Rale (Trj Qf?
Prlca Dt,OU
Walking Oxfords
Brown ra If skin walking Oxfords in bin.
oher pattern. Bala
price -
... Will
$8.85
1
X 4
White Kid
Boots
While washable kid
Boots in plain or
bluchcr pattern, lush
French kid covered
heels and flexible
soles. Could not be
boiiRht at tho fnctory
today for $12 a pair.
Sale price
$6.85
French' Ankle Ties
Those new French anklo ties will
be put on sale today and for morn
ing shoppers only. They sold for
up to $18 and come in white kid,
black patent or suedo
and brown suede
d...,$9.85
Ankle Tie Pumps
$15 beautiful long vamp ankle tie
Pumps,tin black. satin, &-t sy or
suede orbrown suede tPlaOU
White Kid Pumps
White Kid Pumps with high heels
and light soles. Off
Sales prico tpUeOeJ
Black Kid Pumps "
1 Black Kid Pumps with light soles
and high French heels. oQ Off
Sale price tPUmOtJ
Black Satin Pumps
Black Satm Pumps in plain or
gypsy pattern with high French
heels and flexible soles. drf Q5
Sale Price V I OU
nrown ratln one-eyelet Tlo
Pumps . .
t
Baby French Heel Pumps
, There's nothing quite so satisfac
tory as a low-heel Pump, and this
is decidedly smart, comfortable
i and economical. They come in
! black satin, dark brown kid or
patent leather; also white.
$7.85 and $9.85
Gray Satin Pumps
Gray Satin Pumps with high
French heels ; they are really worth
$12. Can be dyed to match any
costume or dress if de- &1 QK
sired. Sale price 5UOt
Patent Pumps
Tha't combine beauty and comfort.
They have long vamps, with hand
turn soles that make them charm
ing and graceful. Sizes from 2 to
9 in AAA's to D. Sale price
$6.85 and $7.85
One Eyelet Tie
$6.85
....$6.85
dark totmsco
....$6.85
Black patent one eyelet
Tie Pumps
One-eyelet Tie Tumps In
brown suede, with satin
quarters
One Tie Pumps
Black or brown suedo one-tlo I'umps with
high eccls and light soles. Sale -f OOP
Two Eyelet Pumps
Brown or taupe two.eyeiot Suede rumps
with satin back, hlch French heels &p QC
and flexible sales. Bale prlco. . . . u)O.OD
Brogue Oxfords
Men's Brogue Oxfords, the new
est low shoes for spring and
Bummer wear. (J-l ey Qff
Sale prico tpXaWeOcJ
' . Men's Oxfords "
Men's $14 Oxfords in all styles
and leather, from the extrer
English toihe broad flQ QpT
toe comfort last P7O0
$10 Men's Oxfords '
Men's $10 Oxfords, in small sizes
only, but any style (J QJf
desired, go at tPUaOe)
Men's Oxfords
Men's black kid or calf Oxfords
in any toe desired; about 500
pairs to close out
at
$7.85
Sport Oxfords
With atyle, comfort and data the kind
that "bendi with your foot " Quality in
sures you ac&lnsl tired, aching feut; in
Black $6.85
Brown $7.85
White .$9.85
Boudoir Slippers
Ladies' Boudoir Slippers inll
$1.45
colors, during this
sale, at .... ..... . . ,
Mail Orders
Our Mail Order Department
is in charge of five compe
tent salesmen, that fill your
order the same day, if re
ceived before 1 p. m. Orders
received later filled the next
morning.
TURK
BROS
412 South
Main
Street
412 SOUTH MAIN
TULSA'S LARGEST SHOE DISTRIBUTORS
318 South
Main
Street
Extra
Special
OS Ahh CIIIIiDIinN'S
Sandals and Play Shoes
$1 grades $2.05
3 emdra , $2,10
12.50 ftrndra j 1.05
S3 (rrades si.is
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