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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1920
I ' I LILIAN C PERRlNSl V
Tli" rolor "f nr Hill.
Whsi oolor do you give ynir floy--Aspiring
bin or hrmitllnir gray''
If r.louils your nmrr.lng sky nbcrnf.
In eloilrts tliroiialiniit your ilny n
dur? Of If tho dawn In mlii1r breaks,
And to Ha Mil th world ,wk,
Is ihen four whole day long rnrlow
With ill! In rolor of th ho
Perhaps yon woke, your soul llJht
With myatin visions of Hie nitjht;
1 Then dr. ihy give your ni the hue
9- or golder null designed for yoi'
Or doe sono htoi'k and haunting
Becloud your mnrninir'i hopeful
And in your liy. bnwith Us gln,m.
Ilnehroiirtcd y a fwtlt Of doom
Tlmn irf-nrrh your ul, f"r .'here !
Shins glorlsc o; ulornftl dv ,
I'nillmmed they are by olo'i I or rain,
' Hv tnorlnl dread w woe or prtlti
i No frsr or grlsf sh,ouhl nwyintr
For soul-flree always tiurn pure
The Miul nltldea; tin changeless my
Should fix tin color of your day.
lly Howard Murklu Hoke.
The. IIsIr Tlmlii PI frnlerntty will
give a dance In Country club.
Mrs Marie (1 l.won'a bridge
party for Mm. Prank I Itnsln of El
' MUw Mildred Morrison's bridge,
party for Miss Jncphlne Jennings.
Thn Phi Mollo Kappa fraternity
will lift hosts nl a dancing parly In
the Country obib on Wednesday
evening of the coming week,
' There will ln n uncial .meeting of
the Maccabco club with Mnilm"
I1 J. K. Kronen, i. I Frederick and
1 M A. V(-1m In the homo of the
"ttXormcr, Tuesday afternoon at I
Member of Phi DMtn fraternity
of Kendall rollrRe will be hoau at
a picnic at Band Springs park tin
' Untieing Party.
Mlas Josephine. Itynutn (a enter
taining Informally In her home this
f. evening. honorlnK her couln and
visitor, Miss Opal Hrlswald of Okla
homa City, 1
Miss Dorothy Wober Is entertain
lnc membcm of tho Tobanco club
Tho meotlnB of tho Thursday,
Ilrldeo club next week will b with
Mrs. Thcron llynum. ti
Dnnc-inc I'nKy. '
Medamei F. M. Scott and W,-?-.
Oavase are lamtlnfr Invitation tbt
n eA'enlnir of danrlnff In tho Country
clutJ Mortdnv. fterxember 13. In
honor of MIm Helen Tlbbenn, n
ueat In the KnvARfl home and Mlna
Mary McCandlesa. a nloco, of Mr.
and Mra, Cleorii S, Hole, both vlatt-ol-s
bclnc from J,oi Angelr;, Gal.
l'or Pnllaa Visitor.
MIbn llosalyn Itobertnon of Dal
las who in the fiuett of MIm Kleanor
Gruhb on Kant Twenty-first street Is
being tho recipient of nulle a num
. ber of social courtclen Mr nnd Airs.
'. Nell Orubh ontertalned with a
wienie and marshmiillnw roast at
' Band Hprln'BM 'lust ovcnlns, the parly
Including twenty-two of the younger
set Iitor, dancing and fames In the
Orubb homo were enjoyed. MIM Lu
cllo John will entertain n. sntnll
group of friends In her homo this
ovenlng tn honor of this attractive
Texas girl Mlxi Wllma Klllott Is
elln n lunehenn at noon Oday In
tjie Ten Cup Inn for MIm noerlitsnn,
when cover will be Inld for 26.
The firkt proisrnm nnd musical
event of the school year will be the
organ reeltal at Kendall coIIckb to
morrow nfleimMin u 4 o elorK.
wi'h I'tof John Knowles U'lwver,
prrsldinc t lb i.rii assisted by
ls Avis All s"n soprano Th pro
Krnm wltl . oiislsl lHrly of new
works f'.r the oritnn lntd for lh
first1 lime in Tnlea In addlib.n to
these American compositions, ther
will also l.e A ni'h "Kiitus" and H
l.tlllLint lffernlory by the fienrh
Kuue In O minor flaeh
Olfirslory lit Cecelia No. I. Ratlate
Homing del Rlefto
lAillaby Mght Dlrhmont
Tho llirth f Morn I.onl
A ISvnn fllddall
'onrrt Ktiltle Turner
AHierlCSM ItllMfwoily ., Yon
The lues) noteworthy of thi new
rrini positions will be the Amsrlran
Khapsody" by Von, the New Vork
onipimwr. ion. tnougn or itollsn
lui th la a nMiirallxd iticn of thn
I'nltnl Htnte. Is one of most r
Miuikal.le iniisli'l4iis of the present.
In the "Atnei lean Hhapsoriv" he
uses the .popular themes or "Mary,
land. My Maryland, ' Untile llvnin
of the Hepublle," "Ixep lllyer."
'Dixie ' Hull Columbia " and "Htnr
Hps imM IM n tier '
Mr. and Mrs Knv II Hlegfreld and
tmall son Itobirt have returned from
a m'ftor trip In the Ksark.
Mr. and Mr. Hsirl rnnk and btby
hV returned from Colorado where
they have opunt the summer. .
Mra. c:. ,1. Allen and son, Mr. Loo
ter Allan hHvn trtinrned from an all
summer's vlall to s.Mnltoii, Colo.
Mr. and Mm. Dn Hunt and Mil"
Julian Hunt have returned from n
visit m point In Canada ami 'al
Mr. and Mr. O. (J. W'stl nnd t"
sons have returned from CstJIforuia
whre they spent moat of thn lima l
lr and Mrs. W. V. Herron of 11
South (ilymplA street ntinouncn tho
arrival of a son In th'ilr home whom
they hnv namd Jnuiea Willis m.
Mr and Ml John It. Ramsey of
HI'. Hniitl. Clievenna avenue ah
nounre ihe hlrth of a daughter to
hom they ha'e given the name of
FOR "Y" BOYS
the sssrji utl'jn at At-
IwitT he went overseas as a hut
as aw nt inte regional
with the armv of
0 Cullltk to TUU.l
C. A seeretary The couple have
hundreds of friends who wish them
eurceiM In their now home.
A new e,in opener melts the sol
der on their top so that runs run
be opened rioutly for further nae.
Pine for any occasion MP
Hi:i,l.'8 APITAIi CAKI.H 2oe nt
0. H. Hurkholdor Resigns
to Take Up Duties In
Announce mrnt " rt.id ! the
board of dlreetors of tli.- I c
A. following their regular i. 'Ing
at noon Thursday, th it (' M r.likey
had been engaged as din ' i r,f
hoy' work, filling tho iohIUoji o ade
vaeant by th reslgna'lot, , f 'i
tlurkholdOr Mr. Illakey N 'a on
the ground nutting necuaiiti,'i with
the field. Mr. Iliirhhohli r win as
sume his dutletr at boys' work rc
tary of thn Port Worth. Tixih as
sorlatlon October 1.
Mr. Illakey has been eonnirted
with the Voiing Mens C'hrlstlon as
sociation elnco 190. having become
assistant boys' work v.reurv at pt.
Ioiii Central ainoolatlon In that
year later he wns Idetitlfleil with
the Rprlngfleld, Mo., neeorlatlnn
and wns boys' work srietr al
Chattanooga, Tenn , for twVi years.
l''ollowlng thin, ha engaged In com
munity boys' work at Jtoek Hill, H,
C. In 1911 Mr. Illakey became the
flret slate boy' work secretary of
Tennessee Ilei-aiiie! of conditions
arising out of the wnr, It was net-re.
aary tn discontinue this work nnd
Mr lllnkey bersnie director of boys'
A New Iilcrprlse.
A new enterprise has been organ
ized and will be ready to start busi
ness on September 15, which marks
anther eri In the city's progress.
The Caw fihoc. Tlepalr company,
jpfrated by C. A William, Is start
I g " business and making Its bid
f.r ixitronago by Inaugurating a de
li -cry system, culling for and deliv
ering their shoe repair work. They
have Installed what has been eatd
ti be tho finest shoe repair m.ichln-er-
In tho stale of Oklahoma, and
have, secured tho service of the
very best mechanics obtainable and
promise to guarantee thu all work
delivered to any one of their numer
ous delivery boys will be promptly
and efficiently attended to, and the
shoe returned In record time thus
saving tho public the nec;wdty of
taking their work to the Shoo yhop
and returning for It.
This company owns II own
building and has no exorbitant rem
tp pay, and can therefore do It
work at less expense to Its custo
mers than It cteuld If It wore located
In the high rent, downtown district,
and will, without question fill a
long felt need. Call C. A. Williams,
10.1 1J. Kaston, Osage HSU Adrt
An automobile tank r , ,
guage, operated by a p. ., ,
can bo screwed Into a f ,
has been Invented.
CAMPUF.M.B CAPITA , i
20c at Oroeer Advt
Let Cuticura Be
Your Beauty Doctor
fcwp.CMfitnwf! 7llram. trfcT rtM!,l,.
Marrmi Cll,,tUUnwiiw,t.n X !., v77
b.ieked by a thorough training and
experlenti , whlrh bespeaks for him
success In his new field
Mr. Ilurkholder hsa been with the
Ttibm association sltuo 191 nnd the
department hail, had a remaikahls
growth nnd expansion under hli
leadership. He w recently msrrled
to Miss Jeannetto Hull, n local Y. W.
K makes a dull slu-mi
HI dent. Our ylasscs mM
make sight normal.
H Satisfaction guur-
OKUMIOMV'S I IM.ST SIOIU: IOU WO.MK.V.
319-321 SOUTH MAIN
Featured for Saturday
la an unusual collection of new autumn suits al extremely popular prices.
Pinna wero laid months riKO for this event. Tho eastern markets were thoroughly
searched and only Bannonts of the hi Kit quality suitable for this store wore chosen, and
BtarUng today you may choose from these renlly fine suits at
$29'75 $34-75 $49.50 $54.50 $4.50
.Mnterials include fine velours, ser-ies, poirct twill, tricotinc, velour do lnine and all
tho new fall colorings aro shown, including navy.
An unusual opportunity for women to choose a really high grade suit at these really
moderato pricings. Women and misses sizes.
blcrc Arc JVczv Blouses
for Every Fall Costume
Many original jstylos features arc pre
sented in this showing of fino georgette
All the new suit shades and high colors
are shown, trimmings aro of hand-strung
bead' work and Bilk embroidery assort
ments are very ample all sizes.
Silk Jersey Petticoats
In a Colorful Assortment
The new frock or suit can be precisely
, matched in n petticoat of finest silk Jersey
at $5.50 and $7.50
Some have novel flounces and pleatings,
others extremely plain nnd glove fitting.
Ilcgulnr and extra .".iscs.
The New Velvet Hats
Sound a Colorf ul Note in Fall Modes
Here is a collection of trimmed hats which depicts
cvcry'phuRo of fashion in a striking way. An assort
ment of hats which takos into consideration practically
every full occasion.
Featured is a Special
Showing newer versions of tho turban and sailor and
many hats tilted smartly off the face.
Plirnynnt brown, dovn erny, imraiUso rvd, bright ornnsv nastur
tium. '1'lKi.o tunw In rich t fit eta imd salliw nttet tiu nounc of
Urn luitH lu tliU illhpUy,
Hunt 's Daily Store News
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1920
Feminine Fancies Expressed in Clever
Hats for Fall
A bevy of stunning hats just out of the wrappings arc. modish yet
moderately priced. All of them arc adapted for imlnediatc wear.
Panne Velvet, Lyons' Velvet, Duvetyn nnd Metallics are worked together
in wonderful combinations, smartened with unique touches of em
broidery, feathers, ribbon nnd metallic braid. The nlmost endles3
variety of shapes makes choosing a pleasure.
To bo had in all the wanted colors. Prices
no-50 to $m
v Specials for Saturday Night
T. 11.1 1 , 1 I 1 1 - MMtnnJ C n Im,1 ft- .r-Vi1-'n rnlllrtrp
liemS listed nclOW are Kjiutiunjf H1luu jui aoiuiuuj mana ocuiui,.
Time, 7 p. m. to 9 p. m.
Your choice of any string of pearl
beads In stock at half price. Perhaps
you have admired a certnln string of
fine pearls here. Coma Saturday
night after 7 p. m. and buy them
at just Half Price
Hair now nibbons In a big assort
ment of patterns and colorings; reg
ular 1.00 values, Baturday night
! - 69c
Odd Lot Children's Dresses, neatly
made of ginghams, repps, voiles, or
gandies, tlrsues, unlimited choice of
styles, sizes 2 to S years. Saturday
night, second floor
(SOc Correspondence Cards In assorted
colors, 24 cards and 34 envelopes)
special Saturday night
Men's all linen hemstitched Handker
chiefs; OSc value; special Saturday
70x"2-lneh Mercerized I.unch Cloths
In assorted designs: the 13.25 values;
special each Saturday night
40. Inch Silk Poplins In solid shades
nnd novelty printed effects; 2.25 and
(2.50 outlines; special
27-lnch Vesting Sllkn In quite a
variety of Persian designs and color
combinations: the $3.00 and (3 25
quality; special per yard
Dainty Dresses of Volte and Dimity,
extremely good, looking, Ideal for
street and house wear, patterns of
blue, green, lavender, etc., neat checks
and figures. Saturday night only
Children's Sweaters made up In nil
white, white with colored collars and
cuffs of.rose, blue, gold: slzca 1 to 6
ears. Saturday night only
ChUdren's School Hose In black and
brown; sizes 8, 8H. P. 0 4, 10, few
smaller " sizes; regular 60c and r.5o
values today' prices. Saturday night
threw pairs for
All-Wool Sweater ifor misses and
women, made up In colors of navy.
American beauty, brown, green and
Pekln, In slipover stylo. Norfolk and
Tuxedo; values up to $15, Saturday
Large sire Turkish Bath Towels with
wovon pink and light blue borders;
$1.25 values; special set, only
Toilet Requisites Reduced Saturday
Cutu t.ll'ulo Pollltl 49r
Cultx Tail-) t'ollth
rum Null wwn
Cut! Natl UUitch
Hihlnut cutleU lumover
I.iiBor it lei Mmrtver .
Culei Smalt racttata
Cut Full Alia
. . !
rEnrmir.s ami toilet
Crar-appt. ei 0e
TOhlta Ulae, et. He
Whlta noae, OS. ftfte
Arbutus v. M
Wood Vlolat DOe
victory ... "
Mala Tollat Water Ode
lludnut'a AMortad Toltat
AnorUJ Tollat Watari Sir
Du narry SI.30
Ttraa riowara l.an
DJtr Klia II.IAH.IS
lluul14nla trttal T W H VI
llnublranta Qualiua Fl'un T W.
Wllllami. all oclnra I.V
Colsatea all ndors l.o
Laialla. all (Mora I.V
Jaisana, all oUora lAc
Thraa Flora OOo
Marv (lardfn . .
Du Barry t,oo
rr Lyona rowdfr Taata . 19e
ilnulne l'rophylartic 'I'ooih
Lavorla . . - slr-39r-Mc
l.ltnne Kir-l;,i'-" ,
Wllllami fthavlns KtlcK ... 3.V
Wlttlama BhavlnE Creim . ...3.c
xvjniama Shavlni; rowdar ...ac
nlgatfa Phavlfls T'ciwdtfr ....3Ao
Cetcatra Shavlnr Crani 3.1c
Ccisxtu sr.ivtr.f Stir'.- tin
I. a Ulancb
1 Java nlca
r.arden rrasranca ...
1 Orchid Ucauly Cream
I paltnar'a Oardan Glow
. . .Hi.r
. . .11.00
Vlolat Craam Rar
I.uxor (.ul.l irtJin . .
rreame I.ut-r .
Marlnallo Lattuca .
Marlnallo Foundation .
Marluelld Tlaaua ....
fide-$ I. IB
Sanltol Zlc Maneloua
Scotehlona Feroaldo Cream. . . -39c
Uaeif-P tc itunia.laira t'nld
Klmo Claahalnr Cream . 49c
nimo Ttaaua crtam 49cB'Jc
I'ompelun Night Cream
1'ompeilan Maaaaw'a .39c-H9r-tUi
Hatnpre Olovne . . 40,-
Mavla Cold Cream 39c
Mary Harden 39c
Melba Clajnalnc Cream . .. 39r
Melba Vanlahlni; Cream . . 39c
Hind's Hoaey & Almond
ltenatin and Almond ';,
SOATS AND SHAMrOO
Woadbnry'a Facial Roap . 2lo
Cuticura Soap 21o
Packer'a Tar Soap Itic
Super Tar Soap 7e
fiym.n'a Soap, 1 bars loo
Jeriren'a llath Tabtela,
11 bara for ?9n
bara for 42
Armour's Uath Tablete lOo
Stork Caatile tJoap IKe
Armour'a Flna Complexion . tin
Mulalfled Cocsanut OH 3')e
Packer'a l.laul.l Tar Soap S'lo
Amaml Shampoo (full alia) S3
Lloutd Olive Oil 0V
Liquid Oreen Soap 7.1c
Jergtna Vtolit Olyctrlne, for ix
ITEMS Or SPECIAL INTKHKM'
Houblganta Irfum '
Coty a rorfumea
Hlliabeth Arden tltauty Prera.
Coty'a Faea Powder, apecUl l.9
of this noted makn
of onndy Is now
Main St., Between Third and Fourth
of this nolil makn
of onndy Is naiv
lloma again from a very aucceaa
ful Poat Graduate Courae, wham t
teamed manv new and eucceaeful
waya to benefit people with troublea
of the Eye, Ear. Noa and Throat
dr. AnTin ii cAMrnELi.
1X7 Maio IllJt, Oange SI9S,
KLT.KN-C C. OILL
VtoltD and Oreheatra. Jnitrumanta.
rhooa Oeaga 1140
Accredited br Kanaxa and Oklahoma
Slate Taacbera' Aaaoclatioo.
New Fall Patterns at
20, 25 and 30 Cents
Paper & Paint Co.
312 n. Second St. Phono 7221
210 Richards Dldg.
Third nnd Bcwton
Formerly of Hot
Dlood, Skin. Oenlto-l'rlnary
and Venereal Dlfeaeea and
general office practice
Serums, acclnea, Electrics'
Phono Osago Kill