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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1920
I MUSIC I
LILIAN C PERKINS
when 'l-. y df.ffil the mm Mr nwl Mrs I'crrl nl MuRce. and"nnd Mrs Ilennelt will he. loied '
. I end my loVo untti my dend each
I know not how, I only know t
Forth from my hear, and, nolnir,
That, hii It (Hit, there' Within can
That, like n ilo. It fondly fceapa Ita
Through dark hd Ultht Mlon th
path It know,
That in It fnlthful HUM It nvr
sstid my love unto my dil, Mia
Tliy know 'lit snt. that I have
, tun fift; ,
For nftan when I (m ln I feel
Their love. retHrn unit, oh, no wnlH
Thnl in that come to mo! It
What tron untitle, I hnvc herewith
-Hamuet Mlnturn Peck.
'I'rxlll ' I5I'IH.
ThurMlnjr Undue club, with Mm.
Thomas A, Hunt.
The Knlnhm of Coin in hit are ttl'
Jnu a larK lieneflt dime In foiiveu
, Ion hull on Friday ovenlnic to which
hn public In Invited.
On Tliumlny evening, September
th. the homn of Mlaa Henrietta
I'rltchnrd. 710 Houtli l'hoenlx, will
be Iho scene of n most utliimtlvii
tmrtv nt which thi' youn people of
the Flrat SI. K. church will he fiesta
III honor of thn cuIIcko folk uhnut
, to nuiko their departure Thu I'.p
,' worth Iciikiio hns mudii cxtrnalvo nr
t raiiRumcnts for a delightful evcii
. Inc's entertainment, whluh InclurtcB
Tnmrw, uthlctlo event, und music
I 'or Slrn. 'Ilinmn.
Monday brought to an end a two
lay's house party given by Mr. nnd
Mm. flcoree I". Thomas nt their retl
ienco 1618 West Cnmeron street In
honor of Mr Thomas' molhur who
la hero from Hurton-on-Trnt, Hne
' land for nn Indefinite visit.
The. hoime was rtocorntod with the
Itnto's wild flowerhiind nn clnbornte
floral copy of the. ahlp "I'liHud!
phla" of the American line, which
brought Mrs. ThomaM o(r, wna ix
sonple.iioua and nlcaalns alRht.
Cnriln wore loaned for tho follow
tng. Mr und SIra. Churlea V Kent.
Mr. nnd Mrn. WHI llogera. Mr. mid
Mr Donald Martin, Mla Junnltn
Martin, Mr. nnd Mm Kloyd Craw
ford, Mr. and Mm. Allen I-on Haime,
Mr. and Mta. J. T. Henry, Mr. nnd
Mm. Thlt Mnrrla. Mrs. Dorothy
Ixwlv, Sir Krederlo Thoinna of Key
i(ini. inn Mr. ileorae II. Kelloy. A
buffet lireukfaat waa nerved on Ivbor
day following a rouran dinner on thn
eyenlnif hefore. Cftraa, mimic nnu
danclntr helped tho Biieata to whllo
way tho happy hour, nnd Mm.
Thomas wilt enrry nway very pleoa-
nnt memorlea of Tula.i.
Slim homiliy Nell Klllnit of ,illi
la the Knrat of Mia 'll-nn Katnm.
Mr and Sit Trunk H flreer hMi
'returned ftorn llattle criek, Slleh.
! Sir. and-lm V M HmHh returned
I Vlilit y from a vlalt to iela,tle In
j I'lttaburRh, I'a.
.Mr. John A. OuaWfann returned
from Kanaaa "lty yeterdiiy where
ahe hn heli ipendlnK aevural wettha.
Sir anil Sim. Harry r Aahby and
nn Mr. Franklin Ahy, are uxpact
wd ti retufn today from rceorta In
Mr and Mm I' () Anderaon and
daurhtar, Stla I'eany Andamon are
at horn nfltr upendlnit aoma of tli
bi'Hteil term at Wlaronalu roaort
Sim lluah Oretnalarte will return
Nfrlday from fililo Hhd Indlani imiIiUh
where ahe ha been viamriK relative
Dr nnd .Mm t". I
enuth KlwniMl avenue
been apendlrif the past four week in
Hot HprliifT, have riaurriei).
Sir and .Mm l'rrderle Dunn of
Hnrtleavllle, formerly of here, npeiit
the reient vM'iik-enil III Tlllin with
'Slrn, I) St. HtaKerald of 2i0
eouth Ohejeiino nveiiue, nceoin
piinled by her daUKhter Kiithryn,
Ii.ivii returned from Denver, Colo.
i Den i
' lur r
SHua Dorothy Kallaher wh-i haa
boen apendltiR the aurnmer In Colo
rado Bprln, will arrive today to
vlH tier lter. Mr. Dawea, hefore
nolni; to her honta in New York elty
Sir. ami Sim. fleorne . Ilola, and
children have relumed Similar rom
t aummer' tay in rnlgrado Sprln,
where Uiey wer luaiti itt the Broad
Sir nml SIra Qulneay C Muhlor
Sir anil Mra. Qtilncey K. I'n and
ehlldren. Sim. Mary II Dny and Mian
Hlneerltv DaOtfaon have returnai
from a motor trip throtith the
Mr Julia Mailt and lter, Mra
IC (1 White have returned to their
home In Mount Vet noil, Slo, after
a vlalt here to tha former daugh
ter, Ml fillle )rntl.
.Mr. and Mr Itnlpll D Shaw and
two nona and Sir. John '. Mlt'.'hll.
who are Mill In t'olorndn Bprlrut,
are ex peeled In raturti iihout Ml
tembor 20 and will motor lek.
Mr and Mrx. Tlionma J. Wood
and nm.il I ann, Thomaa, Jr., and Sin.
Wood' mother. Sim. E J. lfotae.
who have been pendriK the inmin'r
at Itye Iteaeh, N. II., returned Wail
tieaday Mra A I. Cohen returned Monday
from Colorado Hprln;. where h
went in neiomiiany her anuill nleee,
iMinlel I lav. in hme. Mm Cohen left
'. Mnn of lfiOf'ilpiil ii Ik ti t for euatern .oint to he
Hie, who have 'gone ahnut i'Ix week.
of the Age
Sllwi Velma Hlmma of The World'
ridvertlaliiK force who underwent mi
opemtloii recently In a loenl IiokpI
Inl la rapidly uonvnlracitiK.
Sir. nnd Mr. Allen I'ayne of IB30
I. nut lloilro announce the arrival of
a daUKhter on Wedneaday, Hep'em-
Sir. und SIra. C. C. Dennett and
tatiKhler Neletn. have returned from
a two month' trip to Milwaukee and
the lake of Wlncotixin.
Mr. and Mra. l.eator Ollleapln are
nt home nunln after a dellKhtfuI
aummer lipont In California, und on
"route home atopped with the Ilern-
aril Qllleaplo family In rnocnix, Ari
Sir. and Mra Htihhnrd Uudlalll
mil non Stnrlnn who have lieen
api'iidliiK nil of AUKUat nml a part
of thin month In liitlta viatu, ArK..
have, returned home.
Mrn. W. D. Abbott and ona, War
ren Dwlghl, Jr, l'nul Hobert and
Kred Joyre, returneu mnuajr trom
i i igtifera Jana Mien. .Mary anil
I'tirlipi. returned Monday from Ixi
Anre!e, Cat . where they have been
apandlng tha aummer with Mm
Mr. and Mra. Vletor It. Croueh nf
1.117 15aat FoalnrlH atrel announce
the arrival of it on on Wednesday,
September , who hua been named
wi i on i Kugene. .Mm. uroucn win
be lememherod a Alias Tomtnle
Dr and .Mr. II. J. Ilaker have
piiri'hnaeil Hi C. C. Bennett home at
1(121 Boulh Cheyenne avenue nnd
will take nnfMMton October 1. Sir.
the l'rrderlo Dunn home on Hovilh
The many friends of Mra. J. C
Treat nf Kansas City, formerly of
Tulnn. will sympathlia with her in
the death of her mother, Sim, It H
Adams, which occurrted In Huffnio
on Friday of last week. Sir. Trent
and SIra. Adams are both well known
' r daughter, SIra, Rogers and Mr
J og'ts, returned to her homo.
Sir and Mi Charles F Noble
and children Slaxlne and Herty, who
have been enjoying all eymmer at
1 Ilvn Reach, N. H., are expected to
' .p.. fhla tvfek The Notilett mO
tored to Detroit nnd Chicago and are
now In Kanna City.
.Mr and Mrs, Bydney K. sml'h havo
re'urncd from a motor trip to Cot
fceVHIe and Independence, Kan .
where Sir Hmlth attende-d tho Delta
Kptllon fraternity dinner at tho
Kjne for any occasion CASH'
HKLIVH CAI'lTAIj CAKKS. 20o at
Hunt's Daily Store News
la the selling of Hpeeinelea nnd Hyc-
KlamiH liv Incompeteiit opMclana
whn call the n in l c a iloi torn and
titheri None of th-so nn n aro
pllJHl'l.'iiw Ak them for their li
cence to prattler meillclne In Okla
New ZhYHISl" Klngercllp Kj-c-
gtaanes or Hpectarlra. Very latest
atyle with Sphcrlual Lenaea. Your
oholce, dlatnncQ or reading, exam
ination Included, 16. SO.
DR. DWIGHT ALLISON
' Cut Rate Optician
MIS i'-ST TIIIIll) ST.
I'lwtnlm Over ICxi'lintigo Trust Go.)
The Initial .meetliiB of tho fall of
tho Hattle Ornyblil Missionary o-
. clety to'lll be held Thursday after
. noon at 2:.10 n'rlqeit In tho Mrat
. Prosblterlan church. Kxecutlvn Inn
rschcon at, 12.
Tho club acaeiin vlll oon opqfi
,innd tho Ourioun clubs nnd wofnpil'
, nrganlzatlou of Tulsa nm requratcd
to send a copy of their programs
or year book to tho club editor nf
;Th World, that co-ipratlon 'from
H publicity point may tin given each
jnnd -every club. Those who havo
responded nro the, Huakln Art club,
.'tho Hyeehka club and the Tula
The rtuskln Art club will hold lis
.Initial meeting October 4. with Mm.
William Sillier Hoss. The subject
for the year will be Spanish Art.
The nfflcera are. Mm. A J. Uudd,
president, M vs. William Miller Itosa.
vice president, Mr. Frank Deahon.
recretnry, Sirs, Jamea Slcllliney
' treasurer, Strr. C. C. Cole, club poet,
Mra Itoss. Slin. I,ee Clinton, nnd
Sirs. Clirenre J lllnilman. romio"e
the executive committee The year
book commitlwe I Slednme ltos,
Iluild. Clinton nnd Fred Clinton
The Tulsa Woman' club will meet
'.'for the first time this nutumtis, also I
on uciorer i ine em suiay win
embody mla. ei:ancous topic, all of
which will prove Interesting to mem
ber Ha wall a other interested In
club work. Officer for the year are
Ml m ,1, I ltlehards, preldcni. Mis
C C Ulmmoiv. vlto president, Sits
J. IlenJmln ftrown, rei-onllng sec-
retary; Sir. O II. JlrCarly, iritis-
Urer; Sir, c It (Sump, correspond
ing secretary. SH W N. Sill, critic
Slis I. D Llndsev, p.irllami'nlni Ian
Sits F W. Slunilt, hlgtorlnn. The i
.pingrsm roinnilltee for llie year l
. Slerdamrs ninmett I.ee Sterry, J '
'llenjsnitn Urown. Charle F. Hop
kins. J. W Kllllan and' W. W. I
The Hyechkn club's year book em- j
bodlrg much of Interest In reforencn
to i lie clu'i'n wrrk In the past In nn
sltrultdlc Binsu .mil tills of the work i
to be done In the way of sf.ulv fin
tho jear. The firm meetliiK will bu 1
held October 0 officer arc SIih
Fred tfeve Clinton, pre dent, Sl
Ned C. nigibee, lo president, Sir I
C. G il)lrdlr, Kecond vice president;
Mr. fJeorio Hianley, recording bcc- 1
lotarv; Mla Starjorle llanlon, coire.
spundlng aecretary; Sir. John 1.
Freeman, treasurer: Sim. I'aul ClallO
way, repot ter The program coin
mlttoe'a personnel la composed of
Mesdamea A. II. Thulium, 11. Uara
liedlan, A. Carland Marra and St aj
; Claire Illddlson.
Soothe That Sun-Scorched Skin!!
Cooling, Soothing,- Ilcnllng lliiliu Now Make Hummer .lo)M Sloro .toyoust I
No matter how tender your akin cannot harm thn tendentit akin.
may bo, no matter how old Snl'a They use Jt on liable.
nrdency aunbiirna you, no matter If Oct a tubo from tho nearest drug
you nro acorched till silk feels llkn storo and keep It ever handy. You
sandpaper on the smarting surfaco had a dozen tisca for It today!
FIH8TADE will aootho and heat
and rofreah and repair tho aun'a rav.
It Is no magic. Hlmply a. wonderful
nntlseptla balm, with the most
siimzlng, soothing, heallni; proper
ties. Ita fragrant oils penetrate tho
pores and mvlf.ll' allay every Irrita
tion. Just smooth It gently on, It
30c a Tube
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1920.
Fitting Each Figure
Nowadays every type of
fifiurc requires not only a
specially designed corset,
but one that meets the
of tho individual figure.
There is a right model
for every type of figure in
. PRONOUNCED FflO LA SAY
Front Lncnrl Corset
Our experienced corsctlorea can
nsslst you In selecting tho proper
model for your figure and can
fit you In a munner that will
provide tho utmost comfort as
well an the latt llnea of
fashion. Splendid values at
prices to fit every purse.
Mr. and SIra. W. 1-2. linger and
small daughter lietty, nave reiiiriieo i
from a delightful sojourn In Colo-
rado Spring. .Mr. U. F. Cummlngs I
of Clebourne, Tox. who was with j
n . j
U I Mil
!i Our Blouse Section ill
III I I i 51!
jt si'.i. fTiX. Wo havc Juat received a number of j j j
cuci yVif I'"eYEI tL charming blouses for street and p,ft- S j
JS "i ffiiASSESJr ernoon affairs for autumn. '
e!ii Um" Beautiful array of colors and color j j I
-n 1 1 1- I! I rnmliinntinns. Coma In sir thnm. S 51 I
1(1 ' Mil r
.... . Mmwk
I j Wc ask uou to see our 11 KrrB'
i i aims vnu.uu ana up i g i ojg
Coals $50.00 and up 1 j J L
il Dresses $25.00 and up H I
i I Blouses $10.00 and up I j
II 111 Sanitary flood,
J I I Second Floor.
! I Smart Furs l
il ... - I I ! I
I V. ,.,. f-4 S II!
fefe. MHailbmip Ml-
'j j 9
JggZi TwJt'MTiemyoit vwir'wiijiiiitiw'wwsi ; 9
t nvnvJ1, "aJ'k ln Norton,
LONDON Sut. t r .
Lloyd rieYjrge reachej Lf. i .
pert'dly tonight fro n I . 1
traveled direct Initial
Paris an planneo.
I'hn: r it...
31 3 921 Smith Slal i Vv
$5 to $27-50
A special purchaso of conflners.
mado In a wide, range of plain de
signs, of a fine quality lace; others
of plain fabrics
flesh and white.
Just 25 dozen In tho
lot. Every stzo
.111 tut.1-, mucin
Corset Dept., Poconrt Floor.
THE HUNT CO.
Main Street. Between Third and Fourth.
-is more essential to good health
than nutritious food
you are careful about what you
cat but do you have sleeping
quarters with plenty of fresh air.
a sleeping porch, screened or
glassed in, can be added to your
home to add to its attractiveness
as well as well as its comfort.
and the cost will be forgotten
while the comfort and convenience
will last through summers to come.
-at your request we will take a
photograph of your home and de
sign such an addition, showing you
a sketch of how it will look and
advising you the cost to build it.
Lyons' Shoe Store
Start to School
Barefoot days, and loose, easy shoes of summer,
have given their feet a wonderful chance to de
velop naturally throughout several months of play.
As they go back to school be very sure that they
have shoes which allow for these changes. You
know how older folks "go to pieces" when their
feet hurt. A child will do the same and lasting
injury may result. You cannot be too careful.
Most all our shoes for children nro made expressly
for us by the l)C3t makers of children's shoes in tho
country. Wo buy them in all widths from A to
double E. v
Again wc say, aon t sacruice quality lor price, cheap
shoes are dear at any price, especially for children. Lyons shoes have quality and
style and we fit them.
A Lotus Calf Lace Shoe on an English Last
will please most any little or big girl. P. & V. best grade of brown Lotus calf
leather. Made on the English walking shoe style. Solid leather throughout. Made
by Stickles of Red Wing, Minn. An excellent shoe for school and bad weather that
will give comfort as well as service and always retain its looks and shape. Good
r.rtir'.NK . tiu.i,
Violin 'and Orth-.lra InHrumtnL.
l'nono Oitsa lllo
AucrtdlUd by Kanau anit Oklthom
fSlm Iihn' An.vci.ilon.
LUMBER AND HARDWARE
i , !
Sizes 8is to 11
Sizes 11 Va to 2
Sizes 2z to 6
$6.50 $7.50 $8.50
We sell only the better grades of hosiery for boys and girls. White, tan, brown
and black. Silk, lisle and cotton.
To make your shoes last longer, and look better, use tho right kind of polish on
them. Ask us, we have it.
15 South Main Street, Tulsa