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TULSA DAILY WORLD,,VEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1920
OiilU a Bathing Suit
Worn at French Rate
l know an old-fnliloned garden.
Where pnnslcs and hnllyhnoka
With popple flu red a the Hiinaet,
And Hlltm nil white n the urn,
The roso bond over the pathway,
Tho roea rllmii over the wall,
And you ore tiO gardener, my
Tho loveliest flower of thorn nil.
Tho sunshine In t.rlsht In Hi" gnrnen,
And iiconled and soft 1(1 the air,
While happiness) bloom llko tlm
With nnvr n. ahndow of enre,
Dut should thoro i-omn eerrnw or
And should there com tempest or
The joy of your presence, my darling.
Would atlll fill wllh sunahlnn my
An sweet ni llio reo at your girdle.
I woo cii wllh tinilfrcsl art:
I'll win yni 'i' l hold you, my darling,
Tho tri.ii.ura and prlila of my
My vows liall be aweat an tlio south
My kisses full soft a tho dew,
And I'll lno and I'll love In our
With sunnhlna and rose and you.
O. IC. H. rluli will entartntn with
nn Informal dnnco In tho liomn of
Urn. Waltor .Miller.
Members of tho Intermediate de
partment of tho Flrnt ChrlKtlnn Bun
day aehool nro entertaining on
Thuradny evening In tho social room
of tho church with n tnrky party.
On nnt Monday evening the Olrli
rrlondahlp ram of tho Flrnt Molho
dirt Kplsrupnl flhuroh will antertnln
the Toung Itunlnena Men'a cluli of tho
church In tho homo of Mine Florence
Pitcher, tho Import of tho nffalr to
ha a farewell party for tho girls and
young men who aro going away to
aohonls and colleges for tho comlnK
Urn Horn M. Hwlshor will enter
tain Informally on Thuradny morn
Ing for 2S guests at nn Indoor picnic,
'luncheon nnd bridge) complimentary
to Mra. Mtnnlo llentier and daughter,
Mln. Nollo MePhes who nrn leaving
to aako their homo In fit. Iml.
The member of Wesley class of
the First M. V. ehuroli, which la com.
poaed moatly of young married peo
ple aro planning a picnic at (.'antral
Park on Thursday evening.
Mra. Ilobert Whltnker has na her
guest, JIlea Kloronrn Todd of Dallas.
MreAllldrod Fowlor, after a pleas
ant sojourn, at Holllstor, Mo., la ut
Mra. F. D. Cavil t hna returned
from n delightful stay ut Eureka
Springs, Ark. '
Dr. Cora 11 finethon has returnad
from a ploonant visit to polnta In
Mrs. C K. OoodalB apent tho pnat
wook In Vlnlta aa tho RUeat of Mra.
"VV, II. Kornogay.
Mr. Jl. J, ritzgcrald of Tulao, la
numherod nmonc the gucata at ilota)
Etboron, AtUinUo City.
Mr. and Mm, Hoy Owynne hava re
turned from polnta In Indiana
where they have vlitted relatlvcH.
Mra. V, 15. Pyrott nnd dauuhter
DorU Jiavo returned from a VlaU to
Colorado Bprlncn and Uonvur.
Mr, nnd Mr. VhlJin IlMdlson,
who nro at prenent In Mlnneapolla,
jLveru lime a
There nre no failurca
with Excclo. Add
water, mix, M bake
that's all and you1
take warm from the
oven a deliciously'
Mlim, llllriK reliitlvi of Ml I'ld
ri latin, am fximtled t ii'turn tlm firm
Mr. nml Aire .Inhn 11. Mennn nnd
noli havn rnlurned Iroin nn eXeudnt
Irlp thraiixh Canmla and th nrth
Mr. nnd Mra C. O. ArmnlionK of
.131 Went Twelfth rtnol, mnoilM'e
(hn birth of n aoil nn Hilndny, AVKUrt
Mr. nml Mra. W. J llnwmnatrr nml
children who hnvn liccn upending )"
miminnr In llella VIhIh, ri'turmil
Mra. T. H. Knwnhaurn. Mra. f II
Mllli-r and Mra. Marnld llxnedlct
have returiitd fnim t'lilcano .uid
vlhar eaetarn polnta
Mrn. r. Jl. Ouiiip and chlldreii aro
at home armln nflrr n dillghlfill
vlult to rliillv in llrndford ami other
(Hi a in Pemieylvanhi.
Mlaa Klori'iu llnro left Tuenday
tor Urner. Coin, and wiih if (.( in
tmnteil by Mra. (I. N Wlso nml anna
of I'uwhuaku. The pnrty are motor-Int.
Mr and Mra Wlllltrn I Nnell are
at homo naaln after a miuilh'a visit
ut Itnillxaon Inn on rhrlMmua like
In klliunj(ii. Mr. nnd Mra. Noelt
mo(ord north. '
Mr. nnd Mra, I. C. Unlet! of 10
Hniith Mndlauii nvenue, nnnouncn the
arrival of a daughter In their hnmu
oil Atiguat J2, whom they have
I' ., , I
. 6 ilia? a. vv m. " :m n
Mr. nnd Mrs. M. -. Pkv at 11 3C
North Denver avenue, nnnoiinco the
arrival of a daughter In their homo
on AuKtiat 23, Mra. Hky waa former-
ly Mia Itnyahc! Hpekoll.
Mr. ahd Mra. W. V '.. (lerman
nnd chllil run, nnd Mtn. J. Itomeo
Mcurnw nnvo returned from a fort
nights atay on tlm Illinois rlvvr,
where they liavn been camping.
Mra. lAnnlo l Witt nnd eon, Mr.
W. Karle Wilt of Chnnilte, ICnn . lire
Vlaltlng their daughter nnd ulster,
Mra. William I.lcdtke and Mr,
Mr, Hronka nutejhia left Haturdny
for Bouth Haven, Conn., to join Mra.
(lutellua who hna a cottage there.
Inter thoy will ro by boat to Iloaton
anil Now York nnd will not rot urn
tr, TMleo, until lata fall,
Mra. 1'nnnlfl Jnroba nnd little
grnnddnunhter Francaa Allno
Wooden, havo returned from a two
month's visit to California, Mln
Aoenne jncona nnd .Miaa Kina Ham
mer, who accomininloil Mr, Jafota,
ntopped en rnuto nt polnta In Colo
rado and also In Kansas City before
Dr. A. W, l'lgford nnd brother,
Mr. llueecll Piuford nio In their
former home, Meridian, Mlaa,, hnv-
nig neon aurnmnnea mero on nocount
of tho lllnoiin of tholr father, Mr
C. A. l'lgford. Mra. l'lgford nnd
It It a fact that at afternoon and
evening dances one seldom tees a
woniia whontl not found Dikloiuiaditstaf
able ta ber tolltt.
Hut whatever the oeeulon, the Oiln wilita
aad lew cut gowni ol todiy Dire DM) Dttt
Un a tolUt oecewlty.
b a ssleatlis rrspsrstlon rasd by fcssetr es
peril ror lat punxiea
of ttily removlog
hair from the face,
neck or under-anss.
iih Utlatene becauH
It leataa the ikla
cltir, firm and per.
f ectly imootn.
Pelttont li aulett
to applrtlmple dl
rMtioot Willi attry
El "MuaIMir r nil
ThU tihotngrHph waa nuiclo nt guy
l,.n t.ttlll.. I n Mr.-,lj.,. I.-n.if.t lulmp-
ii i now rnanionniue in wear noiii
Ing but u lathing ault when attend
ing the nice. It may bo tho cur
teut nttlro next aummcr. Wlillo thta
In not n bathing aillt, It la n hnthlng
ault'a bl( alitor, Ilnra nrma and
bare lega nnd not oven a hut la now
tin pruvulllng faahlon at thin rvaort.
ainull (laughter, Mary Kvelyn who
hava been vhltimr relatlvea thuru
Und on the gulf coaat for Huveral
wcoK, will return with Dr. l'lgford
na aoon na Ilia father's condltlun la
Mra. M, U Thompaon nnd grand-
no n, .Mr, Milvllln Thompeon left a
few dnya ago for an extended late
aummor trip throught the went, nnd
aro now In Kl I'aan, Texas, having
vlalted white thero historic Junrei
J u'it over the III" Qrandn In old
Mexico. They will un from that
point to aouUiern California.
Mlaa Iain Lynch hua returned
from Iliirtlravllln whero alio has
been vlaltlng her rousln, Mlaa
Illanch Keeler. Mlsa Lynch brings
Interesting nawa of "tho encagment
and approaching rnnrrlago of liar
cotialn,. Mlra Keeler to Mr, Kenneth
mnnley Adam or Kaunas city, tna
nupuaia to do ceieDratco in Beptom-bor.
PIERCE PAINTED WOOD
DriiifH'ralH Prraumn on Homul Of
(Jre.it .Hnine in fe Votes
for Irxir 'fVhrt.
Hrin-lal la Tho wirtl
Mt;KO(IKB, Okla.. Aur 2.
' Krntiklln U. ItfKieevelt la a decoy
duck who la trying to rlilo Into of
fice on the ladder of a namo made
great by a republican,
Thnt Ix what It. C. f'ntteraoii. a
Mink ogee and Dallas oil opeintor,
told Iwi hundred republican at tho
organliiitlon her of a Ilnrdlng-for-pn-aldtnt
lie la nothing , but a placn of
fainted wood." declared Mr Pat
terson. "Un yotj think for a mlnul
thl the great Theodore llooaevelt
would hava served for olght years
under an Inefficient, lucompetcnt
like .foanphua DanlaluT I don't bellovo
ho would I
Mooting In Hon Kranclaco near
tho clo of an extravagant, Inef
ficient nnd mtamnnaged administra
tion the democrats found llirnmclvis
In n atrnngo situation knoVlnir that
there was none among their uuni-
bera who might hope to U-ad tho
party to victory, fto thev wore culled
upon to cllooea two freaks, one whom
uioy camouflaged iu a great vote
getter, tin other whom they hoped
to elect ot the strength of a niirtia
the world has rrapected for the last
fitinrter of a century.
'"1 hflV- flAtii- lh.( 1 1. 1,14 n.A
000 nltrnlo plant at Munaoll SlioalK.
Ala., which did not produce it pond
of nltratn during the war, Is now to
ho turned Into a fertllzcr plant, I
heartily approve of this change In
nrrxlurtliiit sod only hope that a
ooaru oi nirectora constating of Wll
son, DantolH, linker. MoAdoo, ot nl,
rimy oo namon to conduct tho manu
racturing of this nrUclu which they
nro so well able to spread ovor the
fuco of tho country.
. 'Tho othor day I waa slttlnir In a
hotel In Oklahoma City dlacuwdnif
-nn a irienii now any aane group of
vi, liiiiiii wtinie 4t vuo.ouo, uoo in i
few mnntha na tho democratic ad
miniairauon (IIU. A youug man In
tho choir next to mo nudged mo on
tho arm and wrinkling hla fnco up
llko a fljh out of water said, 'you
know I always hated to he,,r un
crltlcU tho administration.' 'If I got
tho right slant on what you mean,
you mean that you hate to hear any
w,u,,, , uvmocrauc aamlnlstra
tlon, I told him. 'Well, I am a demo
crnt,' the man said.
"It wag Abraham I.lnnoln who
emancipated tho negro, William Mc.
Klnley during hla administration
emancipated labor and put Industry
back on lu feat. It will be th. pr v
ilego of Warren O. Harding t6 eman
cipata tho constitution of tho .United
.,......,, iU llcs moro lot the nco
plo hecomo aOvorlgna of thonxsclvea,'
Mr. Patterson conrli,,in '
or;.1:.,!8." !!!? President
- ' wysontr. vice-
!)21 Bouth Maln.-iAdvU
Itetter roaatlng methods
.lireakfaat da luxe Is
toasted gives Tulsa's
moat popular coffeo a
rich flavor all Its own.
One package convinces.
Ask your grocor.
I Jiff I
HBb Sandorti Co. I
XR Distributors S
i f M
(Dt&t'w an J Canvnical, tu.
tldlciom Chocolate am
richlf tplcccl Dcvll'i Food.
E. C. GatlinCo.
Kansas City, Mo.
Taking Chances ?
Milk cows are dying with
kills all contagious bac
Demand the Best
1121 North Boston
Phone 0. 7978
president, Mra. Dora !!, Hughes, sec
ond vlce-yresldont. Hal Crouch, sec
retary Mm. M Y Knrlr. treasurer.
Although! the city Is largely demo
urntlo tne organization of tho Hard-tng-for-prealdcnt
olub hern waa at
tended by exactly eight times as
many persons aa waa tho democratlo
"Krom now on the llardlng-for-president
club will meet regularly
and I give you warning now that we
will call upon you for your work and
support before) the election comes
off," Mr. lllgga declared.
A novel feature of tho organization
la tho fact thnt n large registration
book III be kept oven at the repub
lican head'iuirters and every repub
lican In th rlty will be asked to nlgn
hla name and address In tho book
at headquarters, nt the anmo time he
will bo given a Harding button and
oo pi eft of republican literature and
Six 1 1 mi k .lull.
rlliCKAHIIA. AUK. 21. Uradv
oouritv nfflcora lire looking for the
men who s.iwed thmnielven out
of the JjI1 nt Duncan Kunday night
Their names are Tim Dogln, C V
Weeds, IC I Newell, Amlrnw I.o-
gnu, T I., llnrton and. .IncK Hm'.tli.
LOWER SPANISH FLAG
Historic Olwrtnnce llcpit'il t
Pawtico Cniiip by Indlnn
9iclal toTht WorM
PAWN UK, Okla., Aug. 34. Over
100 Indians will take part In tho
big celebration this vtoek at the fair
grounds on th spot where they
made their first camp when they
camo to the territory Trom No
hr.nka The celebration will cover
four days, WVdnevlaV to Saturday.
In the heavily wooded fair grounds
on the north hank of tho historic
lllaek Hear river
They will feature the old Indian
r.oatumo, ns well as tho now and the
parade will bo magnificent nnd
rpilte a treat to thoso who are so
fortunate na to bo present. It will
not bo a cowboy or wild west nffnlr
hut a lecttlmnte Indian ceremonial
given by the l'awnrn Indians under
lh direction of IViwnee Mill.
Tho replacing of the American
flag nt the old Klt-kn-hnh-ka vil
lage, near 'he present town of
Courtland, by Lieutenant Pike, and
Hot Days Trying
On Elcf erly Folks
Slugglah, languid, conatlpated
fealing la quickly removed by
THOSE who are past the prlmo
of life know the discomforts
of hot weather. Exercise Is tir
ing, and constant sitting around
soon bring constipation. It is
especially dangerous for elderly
people to allow constipation to
contlnilo for it creates poisons
in tho system that may briny on
a serious illness.
If you pm a alngle day without full
and free elimination, do aa ao many
thouaanda of eldtrly folks do and at
Srmp Papain, and you will find prompt
relief. It la only by doing thla that you
can lie aura of feeling wall. You rouit
nottnutcoottjpation to correct itaelf.
Dr. CatdwtU's Srrup Pepaln ia par
ticularly aullad to elderly people aa It Is
a combination ol almple laxative herbs
with papain that acta gently and with
out griping. Unlike ao many niedleinea.
It can b naad axelaatvely without loa-
OR. W. B. CALDWELL .
In hit SJnJymr
Ing Its effect, and it doaa not weakan.
Mr. Levi North, of Antwerp, N. Y.. llko
Dr. Caldwell hlmaelf is In bla 85nd ytar.
arid he has uaed only Syrup Pepaln for
the laat ten yaara. He Is walland hearty,
navcr baa constipation, an ache or pain.
No person ol advancing years ahanld
t without Dr.Caldwell'a Srrup Papain
theae aummer daya. Any drugtiat will
sell It to you. It is economical.
Ml"ioru of ftot-U of d" tigei injjir frvm occasional or
chronic coiutiiation. Lit them srna'natne and addun to
Dr. W. a Caldwtll, 513 WajMnjton Smrcr, Montfcrllo,
ill. for a free sambU bottle of his umderful Strut, Potln
8 million bottles were bouot atdrug stores last ytar, tht largest idt in the uorlil.
tho lowering of the Spanish flag!
will ba obierved. Tho flag of Spain
is suoDosad to havo been the first
banner raised In tho Loultlatu terri
tory, of whloh Oklahoma and Kansas-
wero n part
PAWHUSKANS IN ROCKIES
Merry Pnfty IVoni ago Doin Hon
ors to Mountain llcnio.
gptelal to The World.
PAIW11UHKA, Dkln., Aug. 21.
I'orty-nlno usage county people and
their guests had a delightful plcnlo
at flrcen Mountain Kails. 15 miles
we-it of Colorado Hprlngs nnd up
the famous mountain p.i. After an
elaborate aproad, horaeaho throw
ing nfid mountain climbing were In
dulged In. Tin championship for
tho ejuotta went to W. T. Leah),
county commissioner, while 11. J
Hmith claimed honors for mountain
The following; were
members of the party:
tnrrar. Albert Jackson
Jesse Wolton and wife.
Carson nnd wife, W. T. Leahy and
wife, T J. Lenny ana wire, j w.
Kodcrstrom nnd wife, Iloger Leahy,
Thomas I.enhy, ndward Leahy. Cora
Leahy, Mabel Lonhy, Alta. Dickey,
Velma Soderstrom, Kmmotl Smith, .
Angela dorman nnd Hybyl lleckman.
ur, 11 h
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In our Stationery Department' we
nre featuring many new Fall
numbers In stationery, including
all of the new tints.
Damask, Coymore and Dainty Maid
Boxed Stationery tn tints of pink, buff,
hello, light blue, gray ond white, In as
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Lady Martha Hyland & Crano's Linen
Lawn In assorted colors, bordered, Z4
sheets and 14 envelopes. Por box,
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Lyrle nnd Coyrhoro Linen Finish
Correspondence Cards In assorted tints,
24 cards and 24 envelopes to tho box
35c up to 60c
Tube Rose, Gramercy and Hyland's Lin
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Cotreepondenca Cards In various tints,
gilt edge; 34 cards and 24 envelopes.
Priced, per box,
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35c, 45c and 50c.
Envelopes? to match pound box station
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15c and 20c.
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1920.
The Very New in Millinery
for Immediate. JFear
Soft lines, soft fabrics, soft drooping trimmings such is the new
note in hats of today and tomorrow. Rich duvetyns, satins and
velvets colored mainly in shades of russet and bluo, on in tho
Tailored and semi-tailored hats have a decided off-the-face ten
dency and a preference for soft shapes, that lend themselves to
subtle individuality. Adjustment trimmings are used sparingly
but with extreme art. Prices range
$15.00 to $35.00
New Autumn Silks
What a distinctly Individual fall
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of tho type we are now showing.
Included you will ftnd a large
range of colorings.
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; , Silk Dept., Main Floor.
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Beautiful Handkerchiefs are Here in every wanted quality and pattern.
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Women's Embroidered Llnwcave Handker
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and rolled edges,
Women's Kmhroldemt Handkerchiefs
!.", 20c, I'.'xi und 35u
Women's Embroidered Flaxon and alt Linen
Embroidered Handkerchiefs In all white and
assorted colors and designs.
Children' Llnncavo Handkerchiefs
' 25c, 330 to 05c,
Children's Llnwcave Handkerchiefs and all
Linen Handkerchiefs hemstitched and Armen
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Women's Linen Handkerchief., in- ,
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Women's Crcpo lie Chine Hnnrtkercliicfs
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Men's and Boys' Handkerchiefs 35o to 05c,
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