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TULSA DAILY WORLD, MONDAY, NOV. 15, 1920.
BRIDE .WROTE IE :
Vewspaper Woman Coy
'ered Event in Imperial
THE HOME PAPER
Hid off Work Three Days
jB(l Then went jdiick w
Work at Society eDak
nivm lul. Tc.a, Nov. 1 3 It
.. ... ft,r, hridc that has thu op.
H ... . . .....I..
J' .,','oun' f her own weddlni; for
a, home-t wn newnpaper. The
fB,,t remarKuinu inv-iKninvm
f titlic ot Mrs. Mnrvin Hanim
jjj'uiir i lIow, Mm. Hnrmn, who
iftlo he marriage was Mini Mary
n expected to cover nil
-ltlK ' ' r own WeddlnC Hho ''Id
bask ' handled the nvn Item
hm .i lr ncrnonal Htnndpolnt, bo
(.. tirt v " a''!"'. An publlnhcd In
''. .. .. I. ....I.,... In. nlnrv
"ihe ufjlmc f MIsh Mary Sam-
n to JI .11111 V . tl 11,11 um ...r
rti k a 1 ' homo of the bride, the
i, r l' llun'ner officiating. We
!m y tli ,,,llt 'oUH" looked
t""- n' n'thoUKh wo don't fell
, nv.-i,' m iK ti about the bride
flit tUdti have nny of the ctiRto
r.whc s.itlti or oranco liloH
r i but we nay the deroratlong
-rW nd we thmmht the groom
h'jver well. He didn't 'want
,Vf hat r'ther, but woro a cap
orl'i extended wedding Journey
t oa h. head) to try to dlflffiilRO
t (a t that ho was a hrldo-
II It hndn t been for Mrs. Schnl
fin, Mm f.'orum, Mrs. Mann, Mrs,
t ner and airs, inu imni, mm .
i man other kind friends, this
t ryv.r. Jul never nave iiurn wnnen.
rir.nrc t..!im.il tier ferns and
urw iif l' f nor frown Imperial
MMrs K hatelien, .Mrs. .Mann, .-ur.
.....-, .....t Mr l'rltchnrd snent
hf day before the wedding baklnii
Mf and dccorntlng.
"After the wedding tho newly
rirrtoil couple stiirtcd on their wed
Ijij trip. I mv started. .They got
ti far a Donna, whero they were
pt by Mr and Mrs. ltoy KlosHner,
Mr and Mr W It. Montgomery,
Mr and Mrs J It. Jetton. Roxann
Klosser and Margaret Montgomery,
Thfe friends klmlly took them hack
to Edlnbiirc to tell all their friends
joodby after which they wero taken
to rtaymondvdle to catch the train.
"Their uilj. caso wan nrtlstlcally
dfcoratfd i'd no expense was saved
i v.A .. a f.f nlil uhnps. rice. etc.
They were introduced to every one
on the train ns newlywcds. and roy
ally treated until tho train pulled
'at about 5 o'clock. They arrived In
Corpus late Saturday nlKht. whero
thiy stayed until early Tuesday
nnrnlnp, when they returned to
Ihelj former loves, thn Kdlnburs
'kamber of commerce nnd tho Kdln-
urc Review office.
This It a mero (o'nopsls. We
'itild tell much more, but have a
tvr other thlnBs for tho paper this
eek. However, wo vant to say
that wo were made to feel as much
K home hero as If Edlnburp had
i our homo for 30 years, lusted
it three months; that by tho flno
uy we wero treated wo were mado
o fee) that wo were living nmonK
al friends and that wo appreolato
"trythinR that was done for us."
Kunernl services for tho late JuiIku
I. 1". Ku prominent altormy. who
died Hattirday at the family home.
.1107 North Main, will be held at
3:30 o'clock this afternoon at tho
Mowhrny chapel. Hev. U a. ltar
lon, pastor of tho Konion Avenue M.
15. chuicli, will officiate. Ilurlal
will bo In Hoso Hill cemetery. The
ceremony will bo In charo of the
Masons, of which order the deceased
was a member. Active pallbearers
will be It, J. Oray. John U AVnrd,
H. K. Dunn, Hoy Ford, II, O. Illantl
and U V. Crutcher.
Mexicans Acoult Amerlrnns.
NEW VOltK. Nov. 14. J. Salter
Hansen who about a year airo fur
'jshed hail for William O. Jenkins,
''nlted States consular ascnt at
Pueblo when the latter was detained
lv Mexican authorities, hati been
quitted by a jury In cencrar nes
!ins o fthe charge of Impairing tho
aerale of a minor for which ho was
irrested last March. The Wiargo
u preferred by tho mother of a
"all ctulcl. who claimed that tho
I'.leced offenso took placn In n
action picture theater. M, Hansen
i'Tled the charge, naserting tho
"IM had mistuken him fir her an-nortr.
WANT A CLEAR,
A Skin Free of Blemishes
and With the Tint of
It r"'J t-avs n. i1j.f- amftnll, v.lv.t
""tiitu' M.m free of rlmplft snt other
llh'lr t,inhe. you need n-ver fer
.n you maiee on all you meft
I(,p T ' n Vfllh & nr-ltv pomrti.ilnn ,
in ra rhnrmlns nnd there ti no
i i which cornea from knowing
I 'J k vaup hp.l
'' "'" r" endowed by riature
f,r, "moo'h liln; othera, not bo
or.'p .an arrimr, tt by the uae of the
1 and White lleauty Treat.
ot- h pnnaota of Ulack and White
.... . Polp. you who auffer tl
r'Mr- . Cf d.rk. .,ii ,.i
''"fit! II I ,rr.nl.. ..
... v-t iirvnici, liver ppoia
,' m bltmlahea. can be tiarw
t,-utlfu ,, 0o ,0 your nMr,
,,,' ' " 't a :tc packaaa of lllaek
l. '"mment ana Black and White
. ' """ retiring, bathe youp fce.
0lvJ" ' w,,h ,h Soap and apply the
crdlna to dirpiiinti. n.
a wain off the Ointment. It
amt rouge. The niack and
' Treatnumt la alio tafe and
JUney back If not atUfled.
'1 p in 11.1. . .. . i . .
II IE J i ... ' Triiwmni ana
lili '5 " and White. Ilo 1017. M.m.
'i C3d ( II' aI,,'r',a aampla. literature
Mrs. llucna Heaver, 3I years old,
51 North Victor, wlfo of Uavld M.
Heaver, a. real, estate dealer In the
Hnston building, died nt tho family
homo nt 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon,
following a short Illness. She In sut
vlved by her HtlHband and tun chil
dren, ns well as two slsteis and a
brother residing In Tulsa, nnd rela
tives In Kansas, runernl arrange
menlH have' not been completed,
pending tho arrival of relatives.
H. K. I.udwlg, 3D years old. 31fi
East Fifth street, died shortly after
being removed to a hospital follow
ing an accident In which ho was
caught between two motor- trucks
about noon Sunday at Twelfth and
Qulncy streets. Ho was employed us
u driver for tho M. & J. Transfer
company, and Is survived by a, wife.
Funeral arrangements h'avo not WVen
PREDICTS A G. 0. P. REBUFF
"48-t" Thinks Hc-pnlillcnns Will
J11II III 1H24 IIS DCIIKXTIIIM 111(1.
NKVV YOUK, Nov. 14. With tho
prediction thattho republican party
In 1924 will meet "with n similar
rebuff" to that receive! by tho dum
ocrats In tho recent election. J. A. 1.
Hopkins, executive chairman of tho
committee of 4S, Issued a statement
tonignt outlining tho pinna of that
party, which, ho explained:.
"Will fulfill its pledge td put nn
opposition party in tho feild In time
for tho next election."
"There wns never u time. In tho
history of our country. ' ho added.
"when, thn opportunity for real serv
ice was moro ln"iting. "
Vera Crui; l'ort IJusy.
VCltA ClirZ. Mexli-o, Nov. 14.
Port work was resumed hero today
In splto of tho dock workers' s'rlke,
w.m l sstcamers in tho liarbor
walling their turns to bo loaded or
unloaded. Tho striking ntevuilorcf
have not yet arrlvod at an agree
ment with tho shipping 'companies,
but tho central government h.i tak
en charge of tho work and will
formulato a contract with the workmen.
WILL OPEN BIDS
FOR COUNTY HOME
luouei uuarters lor roor
to Ue Built on Farm
Southeast of Tulsa
lllds for tho erection of a build
ing to house patients of tho Ttlls.t
utility poor farm, recently ncciulrcd
the county nt a point eight miles
oiilhenst of Tulsa, on tho lliokun
vrruw road, will bo received by the
juiity conimliwloiiers nt tho mcct-
g Monday morning, lllds will bo ro
' lved both for native rtono and
rick construction, and the estimated
st of the building Is $03,000.
Since thn coiumlsiiioncru traded
u! poor fm m east of the city for
u McU'tuif dairy (arm, plans havo
en made to construct nnd eiiil a
Kidet poor rami. The lnnd, com-
iHlng 320 ncies, is for the most part
der eullvation, und with the fine
herd of llolstelu tattle, hogs and
itckena, th co2iiloni!ru Intend
m.iko thu poor farm m-lf-support.
g Insteail of a liability us In pre
The building to bo erected next
spring, will faco north with the of
fices, dining room nnd km hen nnd
hospital ward in the front tier of
rooms, nnd ,two 'IVs' em losing on
two slden tho open plaza facing
south, will bo used ns bed rooms for
the patients. This method of con
struction will wlace all slcjuilng
rooms on the outside, and the build
ing being one-stoiy, with the floor
only slightly elevated abovo the
ground level, will permit thorn com
pelled io ii i wheeled chairs to leave
tho hulldl!. unassisted. Should any
of tho bids received Monday meet
with thai approval of the commis
sioners, wlrk will .begin on tho ex
cavations for the building 'this
Scribe nn Shipping Hoard.
MOHIUK, Ala. Nov,. 14. Fred
eric I. Thompson of Mobile, publish
er or tho Jlobllo Register and Mo
bile News Item, appointed to tho
flve-ycnr term on the United States
shipping board, has accepted tho
appointment-, according to a state
ment issued today.
IjomI Steamer Is Found.
NEW YOUK. Nov. 14 The Amer
ican steamer Crnnford, which re
ported yesterday that alio was
drifting because her bolters wero
out of commission, was picked up
early today by tho coast guard cut
ter (Jreshan about 20 riillcs, south
east of Cipe Henry. A "wireless
message received hero today by the
naval communication servlro re
ported sho was being towed to Nor
folk. Tho Cranford was bound
from New York to (lalveston.
BAND SCORES SUCCESS
The trnei solo bv MJinir (lam
bill, wlui h brought foith an encore
was one iiTithc features of the con
cert of the Tulsa Municipal Hand at
('mention Halt Sundav afternoon.
Mr. (lambllls first number was
Tostl's "Ond-H)c," nnd his encore
whlrh brought forth hearty ap
plaliBe. won 'Tarry Me Hack to Ole
The program nf thn band of RO"
pieces was one that culled for bril
liant musicianship and the work
wns appreciated bv tho audience.
The Overture from Wagner's "Tiinti'
nallsi r. ' wbli li held the must III)
portant position on the program, Is
Conceded to be the most difficult
composition u bund can render
Among the selections whirl) win
most popular were "Kthlnplan Se
lection." which (ontains many !! gru
melodies) and the Fantasia ' Auld
ling Syne" The latter was uti
eluded by a brass quintet which
mado nn Intcrt sting effort.
ARMY IS WIPED OUT
CONTtNt'KD KUOM l'Afli: ONK
Wrangel'H government, an lved here
to arrange fur the tram port of
women (hlldien and wounded from
the Crimen. Ho said the pobbIIiiI
It y of a general evacuation of tin ,
Crimea could not bo excluded, nnd.
everything was being done to s.tvi
the remnnntH of (Jenerai WrangolV
"Hvacuatlon will be extiemely
difficult," l'remler Krlvoehln de
dared. "Hut we have opened pour
parlers to establish conditions re
Tho fcltuatlon Is extremely grave,
M. Krlvoehln nald. Ceneral Wrim
gel's troops are Inferior In number
to the bolshevik! and his losses have
been eiioi'mous. l'roiiilcr Kilvochlp
stated- that fleneral Wrangel's
troops aro extiausttd, Having ,re-
r.in 'in -
pci.id 22 atlaoks In the pan fi-
dajjt. Tho bolshextkl nrtlllriy hni
been terribly destructive, he added.
The bolshevlkl, nccordltig to I're
tnli i Krlvoi hln, take no heed of
Iosh-m, three or four columns otui' k
' lug en masse often being annlhll
I nled, but fresh troops loiiHiiintly are
bli iight up.
Nearly nil (leneial Wr.mgcl s ill
Mslonal nnd regimental iimiuinl
ers have Ix-cn klllfd or woiimlid.
the premier Bald
The allied authorities' here an
iriUlB!l'hlHK .iv.ill.lbli' liilllillngK 1
.iliiilg the Itnspliol us it li .1 the shel-j
ters and bnrtnrkH on I 'i lin o s Island
In the sen, of Mai mora to house rut-I
ugess expected to in I lie hem fiomj
ItisN Tnl.e Oilier Tonus.
CONST VNTINOl'l.l:. S,.v
Tin I'.'WIi.i iKl liiitc l.il,.. I.,, tl,
: and r.un.'ilni'l.i, ud Hi. lr , v
all) I" iipiirisii hint Hi'li.isl in.d u-
.'iding t.i the latest .idMns re
Uui'nti'iln is ai"iit midway down
the western const of the Crimean
peninsula while Vullit Is sltiiiiloil
onlv s short tllfttunrti fioin the
southeiislern point of the penin
sula. Ilefugeos Itoai'li 'I'nil.e).
Pi The 1,1 .1 I'll-. .
CONST Wi'ISOI'l.H, Nov II
Tin Culled SHIis Iraiispiil I .I '.il nlv
has iirilted hi re Willi 3i(l sli k and
w. iiiulid who wite i ared for by the
Aim ill .in Itiil Oofs It Is said that
tile I rdS III f jmlli'll 111 sntlli' I I.
iiilnlans In sprcmllnK tenor iiihuiK
the population in the Crl iien
IIHIbIi Hlocl.il, le lll.iel, Seti
,(il)iiV, Nov. II. A bln.kadt
of the Hussion HI. nl( Hi i o'hi h u
lieili diiliii.il. iiieoidllig In tin- i'oii
niiilitlnoplc i mi 1 1 Hpoiidi nt of 111.'
i baiii;. 'I'l'l.'Kianli loinpiin
I'll Isll lb "ll o CIS llUM' lil'ltllll ll
Iloll.lig ll HM 1. 1 plI'Mtll III, lin'.
sltcWUi fioin . .. i , i run ill, hi 1 nn p'i
the Turkedi i oiiil
CONSIDER THESE VALUESI
WIHH Ollt Ills I'lllllll).
CHICAGO. Nov. 14. ChnrlcH Hut
gowbkl, n foundry worker stabbed
and killed his wife, stabbed and
probably fatally wounded hla four,
months old baby girl and then
stabbed himself In the abdomen and
spot himself In tho head in bin home
here today. Tho father and baby
a.o believed to be iiying. Tho
tragedy Is tald to have been tho ell
max of freg u ent family nunrrcs.
New "ZYIiltYM" I1ngeri!li Uyo
glawies or Spectnrles, ttlth Splicrlcul
lA'iipr, eoniplete, ill.stancu or rend
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Cut Kate Optical Co.
11 Si iist Thlnl Street (Upstairs)
Oter ICxclumgu Trust Company.
Tul.su. Okln. l'liono 0373
Nothing too iood for
Every member of the family
enjoys.the rich flavor and delic
ious aroma of BIG HORN, their
favorite coffee. This fragrant
cup brightens their day and
leaves a lingering smile of enjoyment.
aaUaeaaaaaaaaaaaaatTZ EXBKaOT llp.X.
FATH E R )
V. DAUGHTER jj
1 llU ey I ftoanitid and PaclictS Uy
t 7 THE INTER-STATE GROCER CO.
lV VV 4A7 l. JopIIn, Missouri
We RodSt Itr- y v,w
'LJ Others Praise It.. , HORS
' ' ' ' '
Its-supreme quality is achieved
through careful solection of the finest
imported coffee, scientifically blended
and perfectly roasted. -It has no equal
and is- the choice in theliomes every-
Whou wo toll you Unit wo aro hoMiir IUkIi CIuhh, AII-WhoI Suitrt and
Ovlrooats, Tull nf style nnd Kootl looks at thu remarkably low price of
$28 $36:65 and $4465
Isn't it worth you while to inve.slijjato tlioin? "
You can look tin's city over for ImrKuins in men's clothiiur anil you won't
find such values as these. Don't take our word for it come in ami
see fiy yourself. A complete rniiKo of styles nnd fabrics to Holoct from.
HOLMES CLOTHES SHOP
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Look under the lid !
Be sure it is a Victrola
Both the picture "His Master's Voice" and the word "Victrola"
are exclusive trademarks of the Victor Talking Machine Company.
When you see these trademarks on a sound-reproducing instrument
or record, you can be sure it was made by the Victor Company.
Being a registered trademark, the word "Victrola" cannot law- t
fully be applied to other than Victor products.
For your own protection sec for ydurself that the instrument
you buy bears these famous Victor trademarks. They arc placed
on all Victor, instruments and records to protect our customers from
Look under the lid. On the portable styles which haye no lidi
these trademarks appear on the side of the cabinet. One or botbc
of them also appears on the label of all Victor Records.
Victor Talking. Machine Co., Camden, N. J.
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