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title: 'The Morning Tulsa daily world. (Tulsa, Okla.) 1919-1927, August 04, 1920, FINAL EDITION, Page 6, Image 6',
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TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1920
LILIAN CRAWFORD PKltKINB WORK
Th eun U bUli, and tlie cloiulii anil
soft, and tho kiss of ttio allude
Th wind breath's warm, and thn
, fragrant grafa Is cool to burn.
? Ins; tet
The rnsplfj drowse In swaying rows
nncj tlio aun flowers bow. unu
To the airy, fairy blossoms ilnsoen
up In tlio trnrdrn nf Ood,
Mary Bmlth Halter.
Mra. F. K. Turnbaugli'a bridge
party for Mra. J, A. Coffinan.
Thn spacious lawn nt tho Onllnla
apartments on Hoiith Elgin nvnnuu
m tho scene of on unusunlly Inter
esting outdoor party Mondny even
Inr. when racli guest attending, rep
resented a movlo star. Japnntao
lanterns and tho glarn from ntimcr
ou nutomobllo lights, nuiln splcn
did Illumination. Dnnclntr wns en
joyed and refreshments wrro served,
Thn ladles' prlxo waa presented to
Mr, Klllecn wall who represented
Japaneaa prlncoaa. Mr. Units who
Impersonated fatty Arbueklo, re
calved tho prlr.o awarded tlio rlion.
About thirty curala wcro present
Mr. and Mra. Howard Meyer will
ntcrtnln Informally on Vcdnrailay
of next week for Prof, and Mra, O.
H. Duffendack, who will leave dur
Inir the month for the Princeton
Lnwn I'arty and Dance.
Tho Knight of Columbtiit will ba
hosts Saturday evening at a lawn
fate and dancing; party at their club
homo on South Frisco avonue.
Hheet la gymnasium Instructor for
tho local Y. W. C. A.
Mr. and Mra. J. nnrfleld Iluell nnd
small dnughlcr Hetty, who havo
been In Atlantic City and New York,
sailed last Saturday for ChorburK,
Krnncc, nnd will make a threo
months' tour of tho continent, re
turning homo Into In the fall.
"Rubber." Mr. IMes told of the
many iisks and abuatia of rubber.
Rarl Foster, president of tho club
followed thla talk with an add res
mi tho fundamental prlnrtpala of
tho Rotary rlub, John W. Harry,
a farmer llvlnir near Hapulpn, waa
received Into the dull today.
Jlrs. Ofho Roope and baby daugli
ter have returned from Fort Worth
where thoy spent a fortnlKht with
Mra. Rnopn's parents, Mr. and Mrs,
R. C. Hoone, tlio latter nrcompan-
lug their daughter home and uro now
In Kansas City visiting. Mr. anil
Mrs, lloono expect to roturn to Tula.i
to spend several weoks with tholr
daiiRhtur nnd Mr. Roopo bvforn ro
Mr. and Mrs. 15. II. I'orry are
en eats at tho Ambassador hotel In
Bantn Barbara, Cal.
Miss Kdlth Kerst Is visiting hor
relatives, Mr. and Mrs, Anton I.uoas
In Kansas City.
Mr. and Mrs.' Waller R. Nowells
announce tho blflth of a son who will
bear hla. fathers' full name.
Mr. '.DonaldVoolo Is spending the
month of August on a ranch near
Crowoll, Texas, with a collegb chum.
Mr. and Mrs. C. CJ. Roberta and
on Dean, Mr. nnd Mrs, U. J. E'wlntr
and son Howard, and Mr, J, P, Mo
Kwlng are leaving for llolla Vista.
Mr. and Min. o. U Harman and
amall son Itobort aro leaving today
ror Colorado to spend tho remainder
or. tti summer.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Jacobs and
Mrs. Wells D. Montgomery left Sun
day for Kansas City to spend a few
Mr. and Mrs. E. O, Bargont left
Monday for different points In Ken
tucky where they will visit.
Mr. and Mra. (J J. Rrackney-and
small daughter I.lna Jane, nnd their
visitor and relative for tlio summer,
Miss Ijou Ilracknoy of Ohlcniro, are
leaving this week for a motor trip
to the Great Ijikc, visiting Chicago,
points In Indiana and Ohio and will
be gone for six weeks, Miss Hrok
ney has len the recipient of nutner.
oils courlealen during hor sojourn
In tho city.
Mr. nnd Mrs. (Jrnnt R. McCul
lough nnd two sons, Messrs, Carroll
nnd Kenneth, accompanied by Mrs.
McCulloiigh'H sister, Mrs, Curtis R.
Adams, Mr, Adams and their small
daughter, Ruth, aro leaving Thurs
day for Walker, Minn., lo spend tho
remainder of the summer. The
party will make tho trip by automobile.
HAI'UM'A, Aug. 3. Mai. A. M.
House, former commanding officer
of the first section of tho Rainbow
division In tho World war.was robbed
of (500 In money and a diamond
ring, valued at f 900, somcllma Mon
day, whllo ho was n guest at a
rooming houso at Hobson and Park
streets, Ilouao says that tho money
wna taken by a prospective part
ner, who enmo to Hapulpa from Jop
lln with him. Mn, House says that
ho sold out his restaurant In Jnplln
and started to drive to Oklahoma
to open In business hern, Tho
man, whoso nnino Is being withheld,
wished to no In partnership with
Ma, llnuani so ho camo nlong.
When MaJ. Ilouao arono Monday
morning tho man wan gone and with
htm it ho diamond ring and the
money. Police havo been search
ing for thn mini for two days, but
no traceq havo been found.
Mrs. T. H. Roaenbarger and
daughter, Mrs. C. . Miller, left yes
terday for Chicago to bo ccmo a
month or six weeks,
Mrs. Charles F. Colvln and baby
daughter, left Monday for Kuroka
Springs, Ark., to spend the re
mainder of tho summer,
Mr. Arthur Nnwlln left yesterday
for Chicago .where ho will Join Airs.
Newlln and thjjlr young son, who are
spending the summer on the lake
Miss Florence Sheets loft Monday
for'Muncie, Ind to visit hnr parents,
Mr, and Mrs. A. L. Shoots before ,
going to Now York to tako n special
courso In gymnasium work, Miss
Scoutmaster John Mndly accom
panied 18 Roy ScolltH to Tulsa to
day, whero they will Join tho Tulsa
Ucouta qn their annual encampment
nt TahleQuah. Tho Bapulpa boy
win npenn tlio night nt tlio Y St.
C. A., In Tulsa, and then tho whole
group wllj leavo on tlm early morn
Ing train for Tahlcnunh.
Klden Kdcs, who la In tho nuto
mobllo tiro business here addressed
the Rotary club today nt their rcgu
lar lunchoon on the subject of
Mayor J. Wado Ilono will lenvfl
tomorrow for n motor trip to Rureka
Springs, whero ho will spend a threo
weeks' vacation. I)r, Tlonn will bo
accompanied by Mrs. Ilono.
Rev. P. J, Conwrlght, pastor of
tho First llaptlst church, left yes
tenlny for Falls Creek, Okln.,
whero he goes lo attend tha state
convention of tho II. Y. P. tf. as
sociation. From thero ho will no on
to Sulphur to spend n 2 weeks' va
cation. Mr. Conwrlght was ac
companied by Mrs, ConwrlKht anil
Ah a Woman Thinks
run "Pick-ui- hviu
y noiTir rc. moriarity.
Tho "pick-up" evil la getting so
li.ul In many cities that an active
nar la being engaged agalnat It.
Thla Is true in Now York city and
iniiny ef tho larger cltlea and thero
can bo no doubt but that war should
be waged against this modern evil
In every city. The unprincipled man,
young or old) nn automobile and
foolish young girls aro all that are
needed to stage a "pick. Up."
Tho young man beckons with a
look, a nod, a lifted eyebrow, a honk
of the horn and tho foolish young
irlrl thinking there la no harm In a
ride accepts tho promiscuous Invita
tion, The results may bo nny thing
ifrom the comparatively Incomjusn-
Itlal one of having her pocketbook
or Jewelry stolen to tho more sortoUi
ioncs which load to reform schools
and Juvenllo courts. This is not
Just guess work for tho records of
many homes for girls and Juvenllo
'. courts show that It was Just (inch a
beginning which led the girls to such
I Girls should bo taught to tako caro
' nf lliitminlvm Thv hnllld nti llA
taught tlio relative v.iluo of things'
Mrs. Mabel Ilanintt, county Hu
mane nnent, will leave tomorrow
for her vncatlon, which she will
spend In Colorado.
Mr. and Mrs. W, A. Ward of
Mounds wero In tho city today visit
Two Tuteans Meet
Accident all a Near
After nil, tho world's a very
Dr. W. W, nrnstcy. prnmtront
local physician, who returned villi
his family yraordoy nfter motor
ing through Yellowstone nntliniil
park, dclnreti that old uaylng Is
Cheyenne, Wyo., a few days ngo,
and while his twin-six wax chug
ging up a Wyomltur hill, Dr.
Rnesley emtio upon a Ford bound
In tho same direction. "Doc" was
somewhat surprised whn lie saw
In bright lottem on thn nldo of
the Ford the wards' "Tulsa World."
Nnturally'i ho stopped to ninko
Inmilry of tho flivver's occupants.
Tho driver won n. W. Kllgnrn, a
member of Tho World's circula
tion staff, who, villi nnoher news
paper man was taking his vaca
tion a la Ford.
In llto and the sooner they rcallte
that an automobile ride U ono of
tho least valuable things under tho
aun and that their own good name
U ono of the moat vnluablo It wl)1
not bo quite so difficult to keep
thorn from risking the ono for the
other. Again, aa always, ono must
realize that It Is not reform a girl
or boy needs, but education.
Mothers nad fathors who aro doing
their duty will not pormlt their chil
dren to got their education or knowl
edge through hitler experience
they will teach them at home. They
will guide them not by throats and
fcy nagging, but they will Bend thorn
out to meet Llfo prepared to mako
iecllilons for themselves and to judgo
values. Those whoso pnrehts fall
them or thoso who do not heed ad
vice will contlnuo to be prey for tho
"pick-up" man In his automobile
until tho law steps In.
Ijinili nt Confcivrico.
ltov. Ralph J. Lnmh nf this city
Is attending tho lllblo conference
on homo and foreign missions for
Presbyterian churches of this flold
at Holllster, Mo.
Sou Ih Horn.
Mr. nnd Mrs. O. C. Swltxlor. 30R
South College, announce tho birth of
a son, to whom they have given tho
name or uan, jr on July 27.
I Uo Howard's Buttermilk
Cream and so Should You
nat CtMervaimrr of JHtraa viiVunn
f Mil fmr, Llttrwr omn. Retool
f Kduatln IRUU OrtJftrt. . IB
Malw Art, l'b j ttcti Miictoq
ana uora i.couoauca.
ltonnltorlcs with list
nd alt! running
wftUr In rrr room,
End for caulo sad
Every Uurliunnn, regardless of )ricc, bus the
cushion top, an exclusive feature that holds each
garment in pluce.
Also hns locking bar, shoe and hat box, laundry
bag and pressing board.
Mail Orders Prepaid.
414 South Main St.
Tulsa KnnsM City
L. J. Itlcnbnch, Resident Partner
Clearance Sale on
This good looking young woman
says: Iluttermllk and Cronm
slmpla remcdlrn best keeps faco,
hands and arniH In cxiiuhtltu condi
tion, soft, smooth and beautiful-
guaranteed. Uu euro you got
Howard's Buttermilk Crcani
Quaker Drug fitoro, Advt.
Save 20 to 50
on the dollar
Sample Shoe Store
21912 S. Main St.
Over Palace Theater
The Best Becausc-No-Spoiicd-Food
EASED AT ONCE BY TKS I
OLD JUOIABLE KCMCOY- I
EBirENDABtX AISOLUTELV 1
trS UOUID - QUICK tFfECT
oAt the Seashore
beautiful anna are given added refine
ment and beauty by the use ol Delatonc
It tOordi graceful freedom ot reo?ecimt and
ttt coatctous know ledge ol a pcrtett toilet.
But, whtlever the occatlon. the thin wnsta
nd Ion cut eonis ol twJiv blue mide Otia
tent always toilet nccciiny.
la KitatiSc prepuatioo rnnle by beiutv ex
pens lor the purpoio
w, nvtit removing
bur from tha fcc.
neck or UDder-armt.
toe UelttoM becauso
It leaves the akin
clear. Arm and per
f ectly smooth.
Delitono la eaiiiii
to apDlr uiiple ill
recUMU nub every
H M U4 M CWI g
a "Roasts if
Men's Silk Underwear
Athletic stylo Union Suits of pink or white silk,
aizca 34 to 42, now aellinu; (jC)
Fine silk Shirts our rogulnr $12.50 lino big
assortment of handsome patterns, flQ
now selling at PG ( )
Men's silk IIoso "Notaseam" and other brands
black, white and colors, reinforced
toes, soles and lieols, now reduced to . . it)C
5 No. Main St. 3rd Door No. Frisco Tracks
UPPOSE you have had
your vacation you g
will want to go again next
year. Start a savings ac-
S count, or if you already 8
have one get busy and build
it up. '
After tho Show Refresh Youroolf nt the
Most Elaborate Soda Parlor in the State
One Door South of Majestic Theator
FOURTH AND MAIN
Hunt 's Daily Store News
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1920.
Ha n dkerch iefsSta tio n cry
Kowpio and Dental
Dam Baby Pants
This baby pant Is a diaper
cover to bo worn over tho
dinner; will kcop tho cloth
ing dry and clean; will not
causa Irritation nnd can be
cleaned by dipping: In boll
75c values, now ... 08c
(1.00 values, now ... 70c
$1.25 values, now 08a
$ 1.7 B values, now. ....$1.39
SI. 85 values, now ....$1.18
Sanitary Bolts and Aprons
noc to sir.ss
Slain Floor, Center Alslo
Womcna Handkerchiefs, 25o nnd S.Tc
Ladles linen and llnwenvo colored handkerchiefs
In assorted designs and colors. Hemstitched.
Hand Embroidered Handkerchief), do nnd -13c
Hand embroidered colored handkerchiefs mads
up in various colors and designs; homRtltched;
also a number In whlto with neat embroidery de
sign. Crcpo dovChlno Handkerchiefs,
Kaeh, 35c, 50c, 03c, 7 Do
A complets new showing of ladles' crepe da
chlno handkerchiefs; como In asorted designs and
colors plain center, colored hemstitched bor
ders and hand cmbroldored corner designs.
Men's and Hoys' Handkerchiefs, 35o np to OSo
Men's and boys' handkerchiefs; made up of wo
ven tape border; hemstitched; mado up In var
ious assorted colors of blue, pink, lavender, etc
Women's Fancy Handkerchiefs, 10c, 13Jo
Embroidered Unweave handkerchiefs in assorted
designs; hemstitched and plcot edgo; extraor
Handkerchief Dept., Slain Floor.
Uoxcd Stationery a Box 82o
Choice selection of many boxea of this high grade
stationery In gray, pink buff, blue; twenty-four
sheets and envelopes to tho box. COo value.
New noted Stationery 75c,
Tubo Iloso and Dainty Maid boxed stationery In
a largo assortment of beautiful assorted pastel
High firado Stationery, 00o to $1.35
Highland's linen stationery in whlto and pastel
colors; neatly finished with a contrasting color
bordered edgo; 24 sheets and 24 envelopes to the
Pound Uox Stationery, 35c, -15c, 50o
Neatly boxed linen finish and soeloty linon sta
tionery, manufactured especially for Tho Hunt'
Co. Envelopes to match, 15o and 20c
Stationery Dept., Main Floor
Hay of Onn
THE HUN T co.
Main St., Hetwocn Third and Fourth
Dny of Our
SbrMl Coconut If
lil-f h lond
IB CATUia. I
More than tempting
THERB are so many culinary possibili
ties in a can of Baker's Fresh Grated
Coconut that it is hard to decide which one
But then any approved recipe that has
Baker's Fresh Grated Coconut as a base is
bound to produce a tempting dish because
the coconut itself is jfiresA.
Baker's Fresh Grated Coconut tastes better
than the ordinary kind and it has a greater
food value, too. It is canned with the same
milk that Mother Nature puts into the nut
Just you specify Baker's Fresh Grated Co
conut at your grocer's and follow Baker's
recipe (printed below) to a real baking,
Recipe for Coconut Cup Custard
1 can Dnie,'. FiraUGfatod Coconut
ii cup Coconut MUk
I cup cuUk
H cup fugir
pinch of wit
1 tcaipoon ol buttc .
t- u . .. . . .. . .
wnw u. um cocoout iojcn uma
beta wl) with otUr Uianaicntl.
Post IMo four buttert4 ttutani cup.
Put in pu of water la modrrata oven anl
bak uetp Ann. Sprinkle balanca of
coconut on top and brown uulcr brolkr
FOURTH AND MAIN I