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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 24. 1920.
SECTION A'. -,
"OH! OH! CINDY!"
Many Well Known Tul
sans to Take Part in
Play for Women's Club
Aimiiiiiif in. rit f if tho principals
In tilt met w'hlfh l lo prcaent
Oil! (71ml)!" at r. 'ivfiitlon IihII al ti
matinee and nn i nlng performnnos
mixt WodnwtiUv iB boon nindo by
t lif play commltta. from the Tulsa
huslneaa and prnfoalmml women-it
club, for whoao liibliniiKn fund the
IOVIIB l being produced
The runt In mailt; up entirely nf
Tiilnnim nml ehnrnr tera aro mm fol
low: "Terrunco o'Hnnligan," alng"
manager nf the. Tollies," Hai-ola
HIIIm; "Mildred Hi. Clnlr," (Hum
Martin," "l'orsle Ncllaon," Hun li
lyn," anew girls known hi "Ttio lllg
Four," (lliil.VH Vail. rough, NimhiiI
Connors, Mhi-v CrriiK, Mury Cannon.
"Hlnnrhi' lilntiillun," cilsn (if tin
"follies" inn! '(iiiilcrcllfi'H chum,"
known h "U.ddy." (Inrtrmln W'nodn:
"Alphoino enller." "Hilly Weston,"
n "vmlwi" team kii'iwn as "The
Three llfJim." V. 0 Ci.ina, Hoy lie
I'lu.ll nn1 Charles I'm Km , "Cluiler
iIIh Van ANiwie" of Dim "Zlcgfiold
)OnlllM," knuwn to tier frlrnds n
"Ctndv ' Jontietto Hosa; , "Htcphuil
del:, ' betrolhml to Citnilernllo iiml
hr.t. n a "Tim 1'rlueo," jr lloli
Ina pi; "Peril I tin nd ilolrox," produr
T of "Tho Piilllon." .lames H. I.lntnll;
"Uly -WliltH," Ulndoiolhi'H nml. I,
l'eggy Anderson; "Pildv," Cruso's
right liiinil man, II dull' Itogcrn:
Hiitnr1'V." hin rival. Woody AVII
llaliiB; "Itolilnson Crusoe," tho lo
gmidnry hero, Iouln Kykea; "I.o
Crier," Main Kognn; "Trlxln Twlnlt
lulota," Kinnrls Itlddto.
Nervous Reporter No Match
For Rosa Ponselle in Talk
FamoiiH Opera Star Laughs In Creamy, Dramatic Soprano
Voice uh She I'arrleH QueHliotiH With Visitor, and Re
veals Sensation of Facing Huo Sea of Faces in Debut
Upon Staye of Metropolitan Opera Houho.
Now plcttiro honks for homo use
rnrry figures of birds and butter
flies to add to their nttrnctlvoni'sa.
A mniill turbine, vhlrlod by wa
tor, rovnlvcii a new brush IntcndcC
for rlrnnltur automobiles.
Mom roiimllf, Ilia Metropolitan
prima iloima wlm kIIikm Bl Conven
lion hall MuniUy night, llkoa
"Tuolsa." Hh. confessed tills mnrh
to a World lepottor Hiniday night.
Mho arrived (n r.- ytslorday afternoon
and Bptil m-vnal bourn looking over
thi- city I" ln-r KHHi dPllKht
Whin iinkul lor an intcrvlpw Allan
Ponwllu iiimli'Mly ntiit'd that r
cnrir la only tiwRliinlmf, that In
(ipi-m Hhr In n iiov Ilium.
nlwnn llhu to limit baci upon
my ilolnit with tho oim and only
OariiB'i,' mIih fontlnilpd.
"Wi'io you iiervoiia?" wo iinkoiI.
"When?" parried MIiim Hum. Hho
lit a nth Kler for what Ih Mpuelflo.
"Al your ddiml."
"NHliirnllv." alio rMiponilod nnd
alivliod chiii'iitly onourth to con
vince un Hint milking a dahnt on th
.Mvtropolliuii llouno tao la a norl
our biihlneHa. Then, llku a ahoi out
of n kiiii. hIii. iiiiuleil: "Wouldn't you
"Hut I don't alnif." Wo wero
rather plea-cd at that retirt; 11 wna
amt of annppv, and prolected li"
aitiiliiHl fiirlhiT attack from Unit
(lunrtcr-- wn thoiiifht.
"Huppoiio yon did hIiib?"
UIhi onn ipinllfy nn a trial lawyer,
MIhm Horh I'onnellii, Thrro'a no oh
iiApliiK her atialytlnil mind, l'orhaim
that Ih one of tlm raon why
'Olieron-' hud for her no morn ap
parent torrom than "li Kortm del
"Well," wo replied lamely. "If I
woro of the nliiclnit cIiihr nnd n
i hiincn to debut al tho .Metropolitan
cntno and tupped mo on tho ahouldi r
I diiriMay I'd die of frlKhl."
Minn Ilnmt laiiKheil heartily, In
that nptiroachlnit im.'-tliotiHiin.l dol
lar-H-perforinnncB creamy dramatlo
oiirano of hum
"Hut If you didn't die, ami you
actually found jnurailf bofurn tho
Mctrnpolltnn'M f 1 1 1 1 ir li t m lookim; In
to thirty-five hundred fuccn that
loomed Into thrice that number how
do you I inn a; In.- you would feel?"
vo tionucreit a moment tieroro
replylnif. "Kiareil ntlff!"
"fo waa I- -hir a inlnule. Hut my
nerwitumoM wore off Then I crew
mini; na calm hh hiivOiImk you can
think of that la noted for calmnowi."
Wt woro Ki'ttlrnr mimowhero,
"During the flrol art of 'J.'orra del
I'eailno,,'' cntitlnued MIhh I'oiihHIi.
mualnKly, "dlaQoVereil how aympa
tbetip an nudlonee I bad That on-
cnUriiKed me. Mr. ('anno, too. wa
I ke ii foundation of roV beHlde me.
ho that, iioinehow, I felt ri'iiwcirril
Afler tho blc arene I.eoniira lian In
iho aecond act I heirun to let myxolf
KO. Homo Inner voleo kept up n
cotiRtant whlrperltux that I munt not
inn. Tlial alividled me when I be
came tempted to Indiilitn In anmo
tour do forro which my vocal nppnr
ruiiiw nrueii in no. '
Hill- tiflimril nt that Iolnt. nnd
looked fixedly aernx.-i tho room. We
mimwcii per Klanre and dlaenvered
that alio wna atirlnir at ix ihntmtraih
of (Hullo Clnttlu-CaNaxza, tho tnnn
who kiivo her her IiIk elrnnco nt tho
"I owe no ery much to him," nald
Mian Itoaa In nn nppreclatlvo tone
"Me hnd confldenro In moj I Junt
had lo do well. I.'rom now nn I
munt Klvn mvaelf linreiiHlnolv to
Former Diplomat Will
Address Irinh Society
K. M ('"iincra, fmuiiily In the
illplooialli' acrvlce of the I'nlH'd
Hl.ile Kovcrnment, will be I he
apcilicr at tlm inieiiliK in tbe
rrleodi or irmn i-rioiom mcetinif
In tho i ourihouaa Wmiday eveninK at
S:f o'clock. In aiidltlou oxlrneta
will be read from n turnlitir of Irtnh
nowniaiein which nave Junt been
recolvtnl and In which the condition
of that country In lvldly purtlnyeil
(viNTiM M rnoM i'aoi: o.ni:
of our own ptirpoxo wo need not
and uc ulimild not form alllunceu
with any nation In tho world."
"Thi y mlcht iilno romomher tho
jireifldent'H atatcinvnt when ho laid
the covonant beforo tho pnnco riim-
tnlmlnri In I'iiiIr I'ebruary II, IUI9.
J monn tn (.ovenaut of tho leauuo
of IIKtlonM to keep UH out of writ
VS".'"-5 "E'-'JIi1 forco In In Iho bark-
mrk. A few ntlcceirieH aurh na I
have had are wonderfully nllmulat
Inif. bill- f leallo what thev moan.
Tho worV I did to cot my opportunity
" tniiru. yoi u wan iim nothing
compared to tho work that Ho be
fore mo to attain whnt U In expected
I ahpiild do."
Wn HetiM.nl tho climax with tho
utternnre of Hioho wonln, .Minn Hon.
hoIIc iioeined to do ho, too' Hut alio
did not Interveno when wo tone, al
lently and allpied nut of her npntt
ment and on our wnv.
Kri.iind in ihtn (irocrnm, hut It la
In Die background, and If tho moral
force of tho world will not aufflco
the physical force, of tho world
"Tho people ahould alno remember
that nttlile ten In a rirat mortgngo
on every dollar of our wealth and
oil every iliup ut .our blood."
CONTINt KO rituM PAOI3 ONI5
Joaeph K. Wlllard. Krancln lurton
Ilnrilaon, Mrs. HtntnoiiH Illalne,
Uluvoland II Dodgo, Juxcph K.
Davln, .M. Mbol, Jr., IS.000 ciich.
Charles II. Alexander J4.00; P. I).
ltoaevi'lt, (Jeorge Drenr.an and
W. N. Heynolda J3,00(, A. .1. Cnauy
fl.UOO; JaniCH W. (Jerard and Nor
innn If Olivia l-'.OOU, H. T. Mere
dith, U. N. Hitchcock and John II.
Payne M.tlOt), A Mitchell Palmer
JM)(i, Colonel l;. M IIoubo J500 and
Hon. Alton U. Parker MOO.
US R i o
Universal Western Drama Featuring
"One Law For
Hoot as "Square"
Wllann nrrUw In Nw York
with alilpnii'iit of atccrnj
whllo thcro at the iliK'Ua wv.
lug a pretty girl nnd lit'r rutli
cr Junt arriving froiti lU'lgliiin.
gcia In troulilu with an officer
mill la roaouiMl hy "Sipiartt"
WINou, who hhows a true
Amcrtcnn anil talica thcin to
hl.s ranch; hut the cowpiiiicli-
ora tcHiii to take n great do
light In putting ll mer tho
".Modern IocIilnvnr," a two-n'ol elcni thnl'a different.
Andy Gump in his funny cartoon comedy, with Min
right after him.
Pathe News Weekly.
ADMISSION, 11)0 AND 20c
Announcing tho nddltlnn nf a
IlunlneaM Oppoitunltloa depart
ment to Tho John 11. Mlllor
Hoalty Co., under Mr. Ilrldgea,
who formerly mnnngod thin de
partment with decided aucceaa
for tho Mutual Honlty Co,, nnd
later for llrldgen & IJpporson
hero In Tulaa,
The John II. Miller Co.
Ilnth HntlngH nnd cllonta
IH Wi-Ht Pourlli Kt. Osage 001
WORLD HIRES HALL
FOR ELECTION PARTY
rrtNTiNt'F.n kmom paob onb
The doom of Convention hall will
aland wide open fur ovcryono to
enter or leave at III. And no -olleo-Hon
will bo taken. Tho pnrty 11
frco to all. You ran't spend your
money thrro o.en If you want to.
'I he only remuneration expected by
Tho World l tho H.itlafactlon of
knowing It In aoivlng Ita roadera and
Ita conatltin-ticv In n modern manner
becoming Oklahoma's greatest news
paper. Heretofore It haa been nocen
miry for thoso Intcreated In election
relurtiH to Blunu in n aircei, wnn m
chance to alt down or relax. The
W'orld'n party at convention hall In
denlgned to provide comfort along
with promptness In getting tho nowa
i.. ii. n xnhiii. 11 feetia that ltn nnrtv
on election night will be one of the
moat nppreciaieu ever rieiu in nit
A apeclal Invitation to attend In
extended to piplo living In the
smaller townn surrounding Tulaa. It
In customary In theno towna to mako
up a "pool" fund fur obtaining hulle.
tliiai from local telegraph offices.
Tlila Is not only expensive, but It
iloea not afford tho fAllnfactlon ou
talned by hearing bullcttna flashed
over tho wires by a modern n?ws
gathering ngoncy which gives an
much detail to ltn reports as la pos-
wwM IrtuliM i-ttrtl clttxena to
Juni Into their nutomobllea aod
come to Tulsa election night aa ltn
npeclnl gucntn, remaining as long aa
they wlah. It will bo a free-for-all
party, whero ono may applaud an
long nnd as loud an he wishes. Nor
Is ll confined to persona of any par
ticular faith. No mailer whether
you arc republican, democrat, so
cialist or prohibitionist, tho doors
will be open. '
Special consideration will be
shown to women, who nro Invited to
como In anil "mnko themselves at
home." The party will be conducted
In ouch n manner that there can bo
no objection from oven the most fas.
tldlous feminine voter.
Smoking will bo permitted In tho
bnlcony, but not on the main floor.
Tho World knows that man must In
dulge In an occasional smoke If ho
Tomorrow Night Monday, Oct. 25
America's Queen of Dramatic Soprano
Under Auspices of the Fine Arts Association.
Watch for Our Other Number Announcements
MRS. H. J. HAUSER, Local Manager
SKAT KAliH DAIlllDW .MUSIC, RIO SOCT1I MAIN
U to enlov himself completely, so It
has arranged for this privilege.
Not only will national returns be
announced nn fast na they are re
ceived, but special arrangements are
being mndo to cover county and
atnto returns promptly and thor
It's going to ho a real night, one
such ns never before Was en1o. ,
Tulsans. Kverythlng i, frM(
nu wmer 01 wnien mere win
plenty. 111 k
While Tfcu .
heavy expense to provide tMs dnus,
nl privilege, It's your party ncaJ Tu5'"
Wor d otctiectn vnn ,n . y "na
San Carlo Grand Opera Co.
December 1-2-3-4. Two Matinees
CLAM OF SERVICE PfSIREO
Tatron hiiuU mark in X Kpo
tlts th cltii si Mrrk 4nirMt:
OIHtMWISE THE MES3AOE
WILL OK TIUNSMITTED AS A
NCWCOMB CARLTOM', mtstotKT.' EOJ20S W. C ATKINS, nnrr VKimniDiHT
We Want to Do Your
Cleaning, Pressing and
Phones Osage fytyr 211
Ccdar O Bols0ln
Established way back in 1906
Bead the foil owl nit message, subject to the tersssj
n bock hereof, which ore hereby agreed to,
R 27cha NL
FR New York NY Oct. 21, 1920
J. F. PROTHERO, Manager Convention Hall
San Carlo season at Manhattan Opera House registered
largest receipts ever recorded by popular priced opera
in the history of the world. Standing room sold every
performance. Your opener, Lucia; Thursday, Aida;
Friday, Carman; Saturday, Trovatore. Matinees,
Tales of Hoffman and Faust.
510P Oct. 22
Season Tickets Now Selling
Address Mail Orders
"San Carlo", Jenkins' Music Store, Tulsa, Okla.
Season Tickets for 6 Performances $10.00
Single Admissions $1.00, $2.00, $3.00
and Every Night
Our Pavilion is Being Enclosed and Made
Comfortable for the Winter, Guaranteeing you
the Same Good Times You Enjoyed All Summer
WILL T. DAVIS, Mgr.
Take Tulsa-Sapulpa Interurban Car or
Red Fork Car
In announcing the engagement of
Mrs. Minnie Maddern Fiske for one
performace at Convention hall, Tulsa
one night only, FRIDAY OCTOBER
29TH, Sinclair and Hastings wish to
call the attention of the Tulsa theater
goers to the fact that Mrs. Fiske, is
recognized as the greatest of all Eng
lish speaking actresses in the world.
For years Mrs. Fiske has refused to
leaye the sacred precincts of Broad
way, and it was only by special induce
ments that her consent to again take to
the road for a transcontinental tour
was obtained. The arrangements which
were perfected to bring Mrs. Fiske to
Tulsa were of such a nature that the
local management are precluded from
realizing any profit and the booking
was made with the sole idea of giving
Tulsans an opportunity to see the
world's greatest English speaking ac
tress. Cohan and Harris, who are the pro
ducers of Mrs. Fiske's latest and best
offering, "Mis' Nelly of N'Orleans,"
have built a scenic production which re
quires three special cars to transport.
Forty-five skilled theatrical" me
chanics are required to handle the scen
ery and properties.
Five hours are required to assemble
the scenery and set the stage.. And to
build a special dressing room for the
Special trains will be run from Sa
pulpa and other nearby towns.
Mail orders will be accepted now,
when accompanied by check, and self
addressed stamped envelope. Address,
Sinclair and Hastings, care Quaker
Drug Store 310 S. Main Street.
PRICES $3.00, $2.50, $1.50, $1.00
Seat sale opens Tuesday October 25th
at nine a. m. at Quaker Drug Store.