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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, JULY 1, 19?0
liuan cnAwrtmn i-emkins
frit n't it
In Tulsa. I re
When I to home it will bo cvenlnK.
And I hM ill hi it my own di m people
And aeo the H)it -1 rOORM and take
As one of them, In thai aweet Mice
When I go homa I ahatl vrrv
Of jitrujjBlInK for the thins that I
Hut 1 nhall ho content to end my
Oalnlnir the beat things pence, and
love and reef.
taffitn with h.n In pretty cpntragt,
her flowera going In goraaaa HfMI
and fa-shinned of i-Iiik milady rosea -week:
mid yrilloy H II.-- Mm. I- .vim Ms ami M,
Mlgl Matid Morrli of SarrOKlo, mntn-'i,, nn
er and tleter "f the Wide were pre.
Mill Mr, and M Pi Hr-hullr. cxpens
to iMnd a . ii i of the montJi of Jul
In Hip Oaarkl and nn their return,
will bo at lumir to th lr many frll ndn
nt 1 fi 7 Admiral houle a d.
tt- .1 8 Double and Mi" I'cl
mnr H. Illscy and hatiy won. Jack
Wesley lllaey, aie leaving today to
riati relative! in Batlcf, r.
Mia II H RmIOM and ton. Hat
old. and Mi. and Mrs II ('. Wibrht
of Kansas City win' visitors of Mr,
11. H He. i mm lino tin firal of
i h apt or A K
Itfl monthly Inn
on I' r ki y a'
i: C, will hold
in . m iii Hotel TnlM
III .1" o'clock MCI
When I go homo sorry I shall ha
Not to have brought more treasures
bark with n,r'
Yet, though I hi' a failure, woi n and
They will not turn mo from my
lllDN K II Itnohmlcr and 1.
I'm sdai t lull.
Minn flladys Alsup. president M
. tho Toeedey Hvenlng club enter
i taln.'d iho mouil.o's of Hi- org.itiua
Harold II Caldwell of Chi
a visit to ins net ante, Mr.
K P Cadwell, in i Baal
.loll II K finwles Wo
hortlv to vwit ho;
in Wisconsin and
Mr and Mfl
fr nre leaving
folk in point
Hun ire visiting
f i "ii r Mr. J I'.
m i? anurl.
I i ,ink. In
When I to home I shall ho travr,
Knr winds have hoaton B
Htnrma have rained,
And earth hiia clung to me hv valo
Hut thoy will take mo In and love me
Ka-.tinii nod anerlel aut ata Ihl Weea
; honor of Mis belle Smith who In
I laariM to maka her homa in Cali
fornia Dancing and outdoor gam"
were enlnved. naroratloni ami ro
and I froshmcnts wi re in tho r luh colore
Sin Hal uiioKia wore Misses va
llleklo. Merle Morning Mcssra Kiim-
ual Thompson Nolaa, Animr
Jehnaon, rradtrlc fltnelai and Mar
Mr. and MfV, William Top rue
Icavtng fat irrinv for the northarn
lakea In Win onalii In BpMd the
aura mar, .
JadVa and Mr Frank Itl.ilr have
(tone to Kaaaaa city to apand two or
' h 'i rta
lira Portia Baton of Claranwn
apenl voafor-tay In ha oily, tho gutat
Of Mra, H It. l,rwlH and Mi !, win
When I in home -O, will It not he
To he reatnred ni-oepted. lOTtd, for
Porrow and Nlshlnir are for those
I ahall hart found my h!ls when I
Mian Wanoaa Rtddla will entertain
VounK Matron'! club,
noon hrldun party
Minn Franr rn I lornhhorKor. daugh
ter of Mr. and Mm, S. I, llernhhergor
of tain goutti Danyar and Mr, Bdwln
f. Magnuaon, non of Mr. anrl Mm. A
(!. Magnnnnn of 13!i South Denver
were marrlerl Wednesday morning
at 10 o'cloek by Dr. C. W Knr,
patrtor of Iha 1're.nhyterlan ohurofl at
the home of the bride. Sweet pete
In all their rolorful beauty and fra
graneo with delleale fern, deeoruled
the pa flora where the rerenionlal
rltea were parformad. 1'reeodlng the
wedding, nelo.tlonn from MoDowall
ware played hv Mr. Phillip MOTtll
who alno played Iho bridal ehorun
from "Lohengrin" for the bride and
groom to enter hy. their npprnnrh
halng down the ntalrway and Into the
living room whore the company of
cloee rolatlvea and Intimate frlendn
awaited them. The bride wore n
aheer white organdie over white nfltln
with leghorn hat trimmed In pink
georgette nnd enrrlert nn arm elua
ter of pink Runnel ronon. After the
eeremonv, an Informal half hour
waa npent when Iron were nerved
The bridal couple left i.l 1 o'oloek to
apend two weekn In the Oanrkn and
on their return to Tulnn, will oerupv
an attrnotlve bungalow on Bouth
TorVtown The traveling eontume
of Mm. Macnunon wnn a blue tail
ored an It -with acoenorlea to match
Picnic nt Parthmla Iark.
The Cllrl'a Work committee. Mra.
Pharlea K. Htrouvello rhalrman. en
joyed a picnic nt Parthenla park on
Tueaday evening. Tho plonaurea of
thla delightful plain were thelr'a
after which a plrnlc aupper waa en
Joyed. Mm. J. Uenlamln Drown waa
In charge In the nbaence of Mm.
PtrouveKe and among thone preaent
were Mr. and Mm Brown and daugh
ter; Mm. Kdward Dalton and Mian
Charlotte Dalton: Dr. and Mrn.
Pharlen K. Krancea and children: Dr.
and Mm. B), ForreKt Hayden and Minn
Marv Adeline Hnydon: Dr and Mra.
A. Itay Wiley; Mr. and Mrn. It K.
Alexander and Mla Jean Alexander;
Mlanon Marv and Minnie llrtggn,
Mian Henrietta Wella. Mian Mildred
Kllng The latter two nre aaaorlated
with the aiaff of the V. W C. A.
sunk I I V.
Mr. and Mih Hirlind Mam
win antartaln n company of frionrin
on Thuradaj avanlni nh a ntoak
fry in IHa rounlrjr whii-h outing win
bo given complimentary to their
gnaata, Mr. ami Mra, Benjamin Mat
Ihewn of Loa Anvlen. t'allfornla,
who are vlnl;lng Tuln.i frlondn Juat
Mien AlphnreHa Srott anvo a bnv
rlde party hint night, the lolly crowd
being taken on a lari.-e truck to the
mountains beyond Tied Pork. Quite
a number Of trlattlng glrln waa the
nHptrntlnn of thla phaaure.
Tnfornnl H Iiince.
Mr. Foth Rughaa anfartglnad a
company of ftienda with an informal
home dance lant evening.
Ah a Woman Thinkn
Mr nnd Mrn. Holland M lr.dm"n.l
I of Polumbua. OMO, will rirrlve today
I a vlnlt for n few davn In tho homo
&i Mn KdmoTid'H aleli-r, Mrs. Italph
,'t Lookwod, ami Mr, LooJtwood. Mr
and Mrs, RdnrSnd lire en routw to
the weat ami northwaaa for tho num
mer. Mra, John W. fillllland and ch!l-
I'ren, lluth aid Phapinan, loft Tuea
liay night for Waahlngton, D. P,
and are going later to Atlantic Pity,
I:"-ti n and (ft w York and In lute
aummer will vIkII Lake Louise In
Mojor and Mra. John Lcavell un
ci i UDylni tho 0. D. Coggeahall home
tin Maple Utilgo for iho aummer.
jMiJor and Mm. ljoavoll are new-
COJiiera here and will roHide permii
luntly. Ihcy me Intereailng comiho-pollLi-n
umt already have become a
pari of an 'nt'-rcatlng circle of
1 lends In Tulsa.
Mr. nnd Mra. Wallace Carney anil
two ohlldreni alaa Mra, Cavoay't
mother, Mra. J. P. Illack, aro leav
ing today for California to apemi the
summer. Mr. ami Mia. John J. Illack
are in California now ami expect
to remain for thu aummer.
Mlna Kayo Kinhry left Tuenday for
Motto, p. D. , whcio she will upend
a mouth with ttomefotk, Mlau Lmluy
in the ileaconesa oi the Pirat Math
Mia Father MaiVOail la leavina
Wadnaaday nuthl for Pittsburgh and
Washington, !', Tuleuxi, Ohio, and
i 'ctn.it, .Mich., where aho win viait
,.,., v .
fty Kdlth K. Morlarty.
The N'vry parllculai Woman went
' i ,-i'0; the other day Sin- want
ed ,i pair of shoca like the ones aha
had on. They were not beautiful
ehoea, but their broad loaa, low neela
ami soft leather all hinted ntroiigly
of earn fori ami aorvice. At aaen
atore alio was greeted with I hose
worda, "florry, madam, we haven't
that atyln In Juat now. Von aee,
they are not wnarlntf tlnin any
She waa lieglnnlnff to lose hope
wlon nhe arrived at Iho last ahoe
ntoro on her list. It wan a f.iihlon.i
hie, exclusive shop ami the dork
who appro. idled her waa ao con
acloua of the expensive and conlly
aurroundlngn that alio wus patroti-
llng Yes. alio thought they hail
ahoea like that, hut she had aome
thlng else alio was aure the madam
would like much better These new
French ahoea, for instance, had a
very comfortable round toe and then
"thev" wore wearing more high
heela thla eeaaon. Of course she
would ahow the others, hut she wan
euro alio would not euro for them
and "thoy" were not wearing them
at all thla aeuann.
The Very Particular Woman waa
at tho end of her patience ami In a
moat auatore and haughty voice aho
nald to the clerk. "Young woman, 1
am 'they.' If you have a pair of
the ahoea 1 want which will fit me I
ahull take them."
The aatonl'hed clerk brought
forth the simea and the woman de
li. mod with her unfashionable pur
chase. It la en foollah to let what the
mysterious "they are buying, wear
ing or doing keep you from buying
or wearing or doing what you please.
What a lot or time and money and
worry could be saved If igra all re
membered the worda of the Very
Particular Woman, "I am 'they."'
Try It the next time you wunt to
make a lamp ahade out of u pretty
piece of ''heap allk and the clerk
tella you "they" are ualng three dol
lar georgette for lamp shui!cs thla
Impostor Collecting for
flew TUiilding of
WnmlriK tL.it nn 1 mil virtual pr
f muling to bf a r'n rMrnttiliv of tho
million of I :rt arming bOW ban
in lt- 'l Ftr vita) local tiiifilnmH mfn for
fund for tfca now tm building
wnn givn yrnltrday by Ivan Ci
iray. financial Mgmil for thr mln
nlou. Mr. i Iray rttlMtt4 that any
ipproaehtt by tJiin lmpontr
Ifl bhOtlV hlHl at tho uiIhuIoii.
Mr. Ony and ltv. ' W M.jgg
ar t he orilv offlflll I rrirf.vntat wn
of the RllMlOII, Both rarry co'I-mi-MhH
frnm thi iruiyor nod rharn
lr of C0mfnrCi tM writ ah otlp r
lilttiM of in' ! oil urllon linponj(hli fit
'!upliat ion Mr (Iray and Mr Kugg
:ir- t'Otf tiUMy iHlfidK (iiinl.i for thr
nMV iiiilidmg, wlih h if in proi m of
r 'ion nt lu7 South MoHton, The
l.riKr mmit will hn OORIpStttM within
Iht nnxt fow tlayn.
Mi M in n if It 1 1 1 . r, t ftunorln-
tandrnt will Im vi Knday for a
Mhoft varutlnn In Colorado.
BRINGS SUIT FOR INJURY
Moves Against Ilia.
VERA BHUM, June 30. -It la re-j
I'orteil that (lencral Ouadalupe
hanche. ehlef of i wrntona In the
piato ,,f v ra i'ru, wtio def- lied
the f'nrranza forces at Alljbea In I
the atato of poehia, will tnarohl
northward to fight the bandit lend
er Villa tlenoral Banehag will lake
with him the beat of hla troops, the
Aid Ship In Dlnlri-na.
NI",W TOflK. June Ju -A police
laum h put to nea early today to aid
the Iteamahlp Huron whl'h was re
gOfted In distress ae a result of last
night's violent electrical storm
THREE HELD FOR FRAUD
War In an lie . llurcnii Charges riot
tg licfrnurl Senkf Men.
WAHIIINflTON. ' June 30. -Arreal I
of tnrie employoa of the bureau of
war rlak Inauranre on a charge of
conaplraey to defiauil former aorvice
men of their oomponaaUon resulting
from dlaribllltlea, waa annriuncod to-1
night. Their names were not mad'
publla They were said to have ad-J
Mned aorvice mr n that thoy were en
titled to only $200 or IH'IO compen-
aatlon and later to have agreed to!
obtain additional compensation on I
promise to divide the Increased ;
amount. In all easea th aervlee
man cnuhl have obtained the larger
amount without aaalatanee, the eec
MfM on Mllcd I'nrlei.
I-ONliON, June 30 No further
statements icl-uive to the InTernl
lied crinfernro at Boulogne will be
n ado in til after the allied (tonMUl
nonferenco at Spa, rrcmt' r IttOfd
'leorge declared In the h use of
'i-mmons tnnlrlit Asked a- to the
ondltlons In Mesopotamia. Iha pre
I rilef s iid consldeiatlon I tlst be
given lo lights th."t exlate 1 before
the war and asserted the interests
of Arab slates must be aafegtia rded
nnndlt Rejeem Offer.
LOcfDOK, June no. The bandit,
t'hl'f RaJgBB, according to a Tan
gier dlapgtelL ha.s rejected the over
tures of the Hpanlah authorltlea and
hns sent letters to all the mountalr
trlhea as far south as the Wazar.
district nf Morocco, demanding the
tribal QOntrngentl to oppoae the
Ppanish advance. They are collect
ing for this purpoae.
To the riihlir.
Brfeatlvi faly i. flra mleeta rsr eel v lei
cr tha KMMfclj Itnrtienfr-n ths cornsr of
Klfih inrt r i,pvnrrtwanr1 Ihs onl of Hodge
ni I I " slreel. 1 mlnule ' r Mrv
1 ta Ktalall oiiea Thr-ss mra nn ih
Krnrtn'l line t', cruris rnlv na fsr as ths
mel of Itorte, or Rait First strsat, rtestrgj
n.ii'"1 rn taa routing alan HM W
, - 1 us., sireol llsllway r'n.-- Arlvt.
M.m flake JadgneaM for gis.onn us
lllo oHIafcM Hceillt.
I'linuges fm gag fur peraonal
In Jurlee nuatulned by William DttHa
gig in an automobile collision at Fif
teenth alreet anil Norfolk avenue
Ma It, 1KS0. were aaked In a suit
filed In dlatrlct court yesterday
ggalnat C. t'. Lean and H. T. "8tep
hene. I'unkle claims that while riding as
ll gaaaonirer In an automobile he was
peimancntly Injured when a car
driven by an agent of the defendants
ran Into the .into in which the plain,
i iff was seated.
Mies Jean Motrin of Bareoxle. Mn.,
who has been associated with the
faculty of the Kendall gradea school
for tho past year, waa married Wed
nesday evenlDg a: 6 o'clock to Mr.
Wlllam J. Hrhultx In the flrace atreet
Methodist church. Dr. Kverett Hlmp
eon the paator nfficating. Mr. Rchultx
ta connected with The World aa rep
resentative of the International Newa
aervlee. The wedding waa a pretty,
simple aervlee read before a few rol
atlvea and Intmnte frtenda. The
bride wore a smart aiilt of dark blue
Miss eona Ml Niidrcw of Mat
loon. 111 , la vlaiiliig in tha home ol
hn hi "there, .Messrs l'atrlck Mc
Andrew uud K i d Mc ndiew,
Mr. and Mrs. W I.. Mcn'loy, form
er raaldenta of PtUaburgb, I'a., uri
ai home in friend at 1310 tiouti
Mr. and Mra John I. MiiCormlck
and email daiightvi, Murlu Alice, i
leaving today for a ten dayaO trip
to Lake Teunycoma in the Oz&rks
MLna Mo North cui-ts to apend
a pan or mo aonjner in IfgW York
Mr. and Mm. William Pal me I
formerly of I ndepen u -n ( e . K i
a Savings Account
ONE OF THESE
Hunt's Daily Store News
THCKSDAY, JULY 1, 1920.
"The wry idea
"Poplin and Shantung
"That have neither s
"lieen nuirked nor
"Hut jmt nuirked
"And at the
"Smashing Price of
(Klaca 35 to 3S only.)
. BUIII TULA UUia
Ward robe Trunlts
Hiirtmann Ownrra kiitrw the true meaning of
traviU comfort- luxury Umt measures up to the
gtaiMtord of modern travel accommodatiooa.
The Cuahton Top (an axrlQadva feawttira) holdai
ach garment In placa. Juat where you put It.
Naturally there are no wrinkle at the end of
IHetter Trunk and Greater Valuer aa long aa I
the present gtoek LutaV
The Sale of
ThousandH of dollars worth of
high-grade footwear embrac
ing our entire stock of low
shoes and high shoes.
When you save money on such shoes as Hanan,
Laird-Schoher or Griffin-White it really means
that you are getting the very finest quality at lower
On Sale NOW
Shoo Dept. Third Floor
A rfrsr Assortment of
Novelty Neck Chaina
at 1-3 off
In the Jewelry Section
DEPARTMENT STORE '
Main Street Between Third and Fourth
A Narrow Belt
of Patent leather, auede or
kid finishes; moat atreet
and sports coatumes.
They are priced from
50c to $1.50
414 South Main St.
L. J. rTTRNHACK
! . ,;tU tu Partner
u.. ; . ,.o,.n .iVt , .a 1 f.'en er w n 1 1 1 n 1 r 1 1 1 ri
Have you a load that must be bAuled? We can haul It for
you anywhere at anytime, day or night. We have 10 truck
ready for aervlee. Kerb truck la driven by lla owner. And your
camo will be properly taken cure of.
Indiana Service & Storage Co.
624 East Third St. Phone Oaaf e 554
MIKE OSBOR E
Is the name of ill- irciihil sales,
iium in our hardware depart
ment Mike NU)a tt bt our piilln
duty in wrlto nion adu telllag
tin- l.utiis alnrut our .splendid
BlOCi of AluiulOuill Wore QDOk
liur iitcicslls Mike mu)b that
i.i'"d alumlnuiii MH piegaM the
In .u i of evory woman arho Ihw-M-sM'e
It oi" i tluit utter iUI it is
thr moat eooooraloal to buy, for
the kind we sdl la.t u lifetime.
Come in liKla itnil look over our
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AND AUTO RACES DAILY
July 3, 4 and 5, 1920
Entire Boxing Program 8 p. m., July 5
Prices $1, $2, $3, $4, plus War Tax.
Special night train service on Santa Fe and M. K. fc T. North and south after the