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TUf.SA DAILY WORLD. FRIDAY, JUNE 11, io:o
BACK FROM TRIP
A00 Tulsans Attend Big
Ceremonial Meld at
WANT 1923 MEETING
TulM Proposed for National
Gathering of Masonic
Rranch at. Meet.
TuNa prophftii and putmi mni
li tk ol tint kaba (Irntto No. Fi of
th" Myitis Ordor nf thr- Vollml
prophets of ihf Kniiiruioii Realm,
I IfMOtlla (ruternlty, returned ,.-..
lerday from h three-day national
teremofllal of Iho order In Kanf.i
Alioiil 50 local prophet. 92 patrol
iri;i tr.irn members war in attetvl
ance accompanied by wteei at th
mmbera, making tho party from
n iiaa abotti ISO In number, i-'ifir n
tMitlrfil members Of the order wrr.
reeenl at the KitnniK City cr-rr-nionloa,
lorai prophet, aaadri Then
wara to arm teatim and :ii bande
lliers representing cltlei from all
parti ol the United tatea All of
the prophoti were cirlini In th
oriental coetume r,f 'h,ir order.
TUlaa not only had the lUatlaetiOS
Of t il. In? ptr In the COmMtltlon en- j
Icier! Into t 12 of th- drill teams. I
In which the loeal men arquHti d i
ITiem ve hoiioraoiy. Put the local
i tge was represented by lbaa de
(atee In the Brand proceaatooal. They
were A. B, P. Olark, H. 0. Oreen,
ecretery, and a B. it.irr. pfeslden'
of ' putrol.
TtlleSS prophet have already
launched a. movement to bring to
Mi.; lit' the national ceremonial In
io:'.i. believini thai their efforts win
be lUCCeaafUl owIiik to the central
location of the city. Tttlssas Will
pUfb their raue vlpfirounty at the
till msstlng which i to be held in
Atlantic City. At thai meeting thi
laoal lodge p'ana to b repreeented
Tint only by an excellent drill team
ut a brass hand 4m well. The met
nr in 1922 will ho held In Los
Th HyUM Order of the Veiled
Prophet 1h composed only of
Heater Maiion In Rood Handing, fif
flcera of the local lodge are ua fol
lows il. A. Steven, captain of the
aatrol) Max Inyder, prophet man
arch; a. B. narr. president ol the
pi trol; II. O. Oreen, prophet oc-
retary, The lodge i making pre pa
ration now for a hlg ceremonial to
be given here at the Convention hall
al which 110 candidates will receive
Oklahoma Women at G. (). P. Convention
l i'fi t,. right: Mb i ih, t Drilgtil Hr
Klnn,', Mix a. c, Prwnmn Mnml-
ink- . Mi-v l rank Northrop and Mm
l oin i x ii tt to ontalnca
i rklmhnmfl CI 1 1 Muni HI
Hold fit MiM Hem
In ttl hmir nf M . M. N'ultv sit I
lock Morul.iv on Mondnv
nine if i out tmdtlftttfl nf th Hoh
I .mill v CalhotlC i.ih tfllool Hill
""i'nl h plnv In (hi nt'W WhOOl
ftUdltOFtURI f'r Iht vMtinp rln i-
NEW TRAFFIC SIGNS ARRIVE ' " rt '" "'
in I KiiniriR win in- bviii.iij
. Msperlmentii in thr cultivation of
imphofi wlfh Mtlafactory iittiiu
ordination of Toin Mi.Nnlt).
of M .i McNulty of mis city, i Ihi
Catholic prleethood al an ordination
aervlre In the cathedral at Okla
homa City on lundayi .inn,- II, win
be .in event of unueual Intereel to
Tulaa Cathollca an McNulty i Iht
flit yoiinfi man of the local ohkh
Kation to in- admitted Into the
pi loath l Membera of the Mi
rfultl family. oompoaad of the
lather, and M J lr., Mlaaea Kale and
Bell McNulty, iii to Oklahoma
CM) S it in day evening to attend Iht
ordination service, to he oonduotadl
b itiahop t K,-ei. ii, an
Reverend MeNulty win celahralel
hi firt mate at o'oliM u Mondaj
mornlni Jane 1 1. In tin- Holy Ka n i
Ih Catholic church in thla city, A
proraaalonnl will prrci de the mam .
during which a special mbaleal pro
gram w ill In- rendered by Ihe BhOlr. I
At Iho close, an Is the ellHlollt fol-I
lowing (bo eelel, ration of his first I
maai by a prleat, he will give hhu
blMalna to an in the ehurch,
Visiting clergy, who win number
about will tie guests l a dinner
ts. are helm;
tarried out in
i an VIolatncK m n, trail with
Vlon- Hhllgl m hlef sa
More ill. in 101 gaw sign have
he, -n received by the police depart
ment and In tin- near future will be
hci up at lately sonee. Jitney sta
litfns and flu plugs. .1 A. (lustifson,
chief of poll,-, aald yeaterday "When
attended too 1 the chief said Now
tin places In which parking In pro
hibited are not very easily located hy
Ho- avei-iige motorist, hut after the
Installation of th signs anyhody can
il.-H-i mine where l park and whern
net In and all who park where they
shouldn't will he vigorously prosu-r-uted,"
the chief said.
That women have begun tn show their power and nun few iifchi al bono- In politics Is shown by the fact
that Miss Kthel Delight .Mi Kinney, special I epresenl a! l e of the republican women's national executive com
mittee succeeded In seating a number of Oklahoma women delegate at the national O i ' IV convention.
Above ore four of the Oklahoma women lender Mrs .1 C Peareon i prontdenl of the Oklahoma i"i"ili
llcan organisation of women. Mrs Allen Is a nleVo of Colonel Cody. The photo was taken after their vic
tory at the convention. i
flisrrnnf with frtnrltrn 1 '" 1 1 "
ins K Ha j nn,i ctlaieal Labaraiefg,
thmmmi gTMOOL POH Nt HKa
i rrt a ctlatea, M t-. r. a. c. s its
I. II I SIO-Klll .V. l. l.yilS inllt,
M ii RMiaent I'hvMirisns.
Km Ninth lad teekeaa Mreeta
11 LISA. in,l innl
Lons I an i - Phons Ossgs tt0
PLAN SWIMMING POOL v;,::;:.!1;,;':-.:!". sss
HOLD LAST SUMMER MEET
Park Bonnl in Improve Owen Park
With 5,000 Bath House ami Ar
tificial I akc Soon.
TEXAS PASTOR IS COMING
J. B. Qambrell nf Texas Will
speak at IWM Ikttll.
Dr. J. H. fiambrell of Texae, re
cently elected president of the
Southern Baptllt convention for the
fourth consecutive time, will he in
this city cm Hunday, Juno 13, to
preach at the morning and evening
services of worship at the Plrat
Haptlst rhurch, BtV, W. O. Ander
son, pastor, announced yesterday.
Doctor Qambrell is one of the
moss, noted men m the denomination
and large congregations are expected
to bear this honored and distin
guished visitor. Owing to Illness.
iiocto- Gambrell was unable to fulfil
his appointment to occupy the local
pulpit on last Sunday.
The old lake In Owen park Is to
be drained ami then converted into
a real swinTmlng pool In accordance
with a dec talon reached by the mu
nicipal park bbard at a meeting bald
yesterday. Tim bed of the lake will
bo neooped out ond then overlaid
with sand and gravel, Work on the
Improvement win be commenced
Monday. A bath hous istlng about
$r,,oon win also be conatructed,
Other improvements Contemplated
by the park board include tin- resur
facing of the Owen park drive, the
completion of the Klvcrshlo drive
and the inillding up of all parks In
eluding Kendall and the park in the
negro section. How much of this
work can he ncoompllahed will da
TulM I. O. O. I ' In Initiate 100
Candida tea More Tonight,
Tulsa Odd rcllOWl of encamp
ment mi will hold their last big night
until after lha wnimpr season nt
to.- mid Pellovr hall on Baat geoond
About Km candidates will be given
the degree work which starts at K
t iock. Degiee w ork will be pre
ceded by a hanoiiet at fiHO o'clock.
Herman engineers have estimated
that the livers and lakes of southern
Bavaria could e made to produce
100.000 hydroelectric horsepower.
a r i ti
The New reerle8 Self Contslncc
Little "Sano" Simplicity
one man Flour Mill
Makes Men Money
MITCHELL. Csneral Sslss Aesnt
Our successful practice is large
ly the result of the reference
and recommendation of the
r ases whom we have served ;
however our realization of the
relation between correct 'vision
and health, OOnvinooa u that
there should bo continual effort
on our part to assist In educating
the public upon this important
Hannis Optical Co.
MB South lin-irm
Baat of ICScliango National Dank
no Boaton, Tulsa's timing Street
PHOBIC CEDAI1 flo.
till Muill Ut I'OUI'Lhk
The 11,1.,, r ri-nliirea
rhe "itnpnnt" oafeed
A llannlnlrr prtslurt
An exceptionally smart model for particular drrvmrrs who
desire correct style with foot comfort 'Ihe "Dupont" la
an Bngllah model of brown Kangaroo, long draWR ollt
vamp, kangaroo lined Uiartara, built strong enough to
hold Its shape and give unusual wear, yet riot too heavy
for summer comfort. Priced 1-0. The same style in
RUOela calf . at 118.
Ficluslti- tjrrilh fir Itnnnlntrr Slier
T,,st Ut mother call. "Biscuits for
Breakfast!" We're sure there's a
treat that can't be beat in store
for us lieht, tender hiscuits
toasty brown and all putted up
With RoodnessI For mother is sure
r, hr htikinp nowtler Calumet.
She never disappoints us because
never disappoints her.
It's dependable. Kesults
always the same-tbe best
Calumet contain, only uch ingre
iuali ee hive been epinuVfd offi
cially by the U. S. Food Authorities.
Yon Save When You Put It.
You Save When You Use It
-,K0T MADE BY THt TflIjl
lat and 2nd
Friday and Saturday Specials 1
MEN'S OXFORDS All Leathers
and Styles; Values to $15.00;
20 Off on All Men's High Shoes
TAKL ADVANTAGE OF THIS REDUCTION FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
LADIES' FULL LOUIS HEEL
TIES Glazed Kid; Special
ONE LOT OF TIES Full Louis Cov
ered heels. Satin or (Mazed
Kid, Friday and .Saturday.
ONE LOT OF LADIES' OXFORDS
and I'ump.s, high or low
heell) Friday and Saturday
& ir sun I sa
For Street, Evening and
Afternoon Wear at 20 Percent Off
For thoao who
will take prompt
advantage of the
prices, we are
fortunate in of
fering a very spe
cial gathering of
dresses, in a va
riety of the fa
vorite styles and
They are of the
Nets, Satins and fleorgette, Crepes in combinations, in beaded,
braided or embroidered trimming motifs.
Fifty dresses in modes fur street, afternoon, dinner and eve
All of the pastel colors, black and white.
And they present an unusual opportunity for the advantageous
selection of summer dresses at a reduction of 20 per cent.
nrcMN Section, Tlilrtl Floor
WMfeg (SgOjjlg ffeirs
For Friday at Lowered Prices
72x90 Sheets of good quality
sheeting torn and hemmed,
seamless special, each, $2.29.
White Dimity in a variety of
checks and plaids 27 inches
wide special, yard, 25c.
White lath Towels, good size
and nfrrdium heavy terry
regularly 75c special, each,
Bedspread white with blue
border scalloped-cut corners
and plain hemmed size 80x
90 inches regularly $8.50
special, each, $5.95.
Pillow Caaee size 45x36
inches torn and hemmed,
good heavy muslin regular
ly SSc-'-special, each, 69c.
Fancy Flaxona and Voilea
86 and 40 inches wide
twenty-five pieces to choose
from, all exceptional values
extra special, yard, 49c.
Wlillc OtMda Kt-r lloii, Main PtOOfl
Mallinson's Kumsi Kumsa
IgQgjt Sffllks gQ5
On sale Friday, ten pieces of this famously good Sport Silk in
a variety of stripes and large plaids.
Every wanted color in the lot.
The regular price was $10 and at this reduced price many
skirt and dress lengths will change ownership Friday and Sat
urday. Choice of any piece at $0.95.
silk s.-iiioii, MBala lliHir
fri i iinr iim i ill ii I m
Kti nibcf of (lie 'MM,, Hhop ttiiinn
DR. IRA ALLISON
ltl,Onl. KKIN AND
if)'-a in i Third sirtvt.
DR. DWIGHT ALLISON
Non-Sunrlral Mliwiuws of Woin
rn, uiul QOMfOl OfflOl PHMUOO
ifl'-, Ft Tlilnl Kin-et.
Hour-, B n in. to a p. Bb
After the Show Refreah Yourself at the
Moat Elaborate Soda Parlor in the State
One Door South of Majeatic Theater