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title: 'The Morning Tulsa daily world. (Tulsa, Okla.) 1919-1927, November 20, 1920, FINAL EDITION, Image 9',
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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1920.
Car and Telephone Rates
Case Should Be Heard
in City Served
City Attorney Will Seek Out
Corporation Commission ;
Want Patron's Side
ilea-, ki for Ihc Tulsa Street
'Ki.lR-.i company nnd tlio local
brimh of tlio Southwestern Uoll
Tctcphrt'1 company on their re
quests f t Increased rates should ho
he'd In Tulsa, the 'city that will bo
directly a'fectcd hy rates chnrged
br 1-c."l erporatlons. This Is tho
liu.f nt cltv orflclals nnd directors
' of the iH miber of commerce, floth
tJ-jA l'l'es r nuuy (jiwbjvu iwunr
.is .ism'ik that the corporation
jCmmlwU'ii be ciUeHtod to hold tho
hcarlnRs ocrc Instead of nt Okla
homa ii as planned. Tho com
nilfilon t" bo appraised of these
resolution Immediately ns tho hear
ing ot 'lie street railway cbmpnny
1j che-(l .led for Monday. .
I fxpci't t bo to Oklahoma City
ft:htr Saturday night or Sunday
nSsht,'' City Attorney Frank K. Hun
an told 'hu mayor and. commission
ers IWj "I want to present n
copy of tl' so resolutions to tho cor
poration ommlbslon In uu effort to
transfer tlio placo of hearing to Tul
m, s as tho original Intention of
"While thero Is no fight against
the proponed Increase In fares by
th Tulsa Street Hallway company,
.i ,1) want to establish tho fact
tjit the service Is not good enough
At a city ol Tutsa n sue nnu popu
lism, ami to trn to pormmdo th
cornorfttlon commission to Issue an
order requiring an Immediate bet
terment of scrvlco if tho increase Is
"To establish our claim ot inef
ficient scrvlco wo should Introduce
ths testimony of men nnd women
ho ore usera of tho street railway
ompany's lines and who can nnd will
rlre testimony relating to their own
personal exporleS.s with car sched
ules, equipment and other matters
that govern tho quality of service
"To take these witnesses to Okla
homa City Is virtually Impossible
lecausu of tho great expense. Uy
holding the hearing In Tulsa citizens
may be subpoenaed at any time. In
fact, I hardly think any tmupoenncs
will be neccMary."
A tlmllar situation prevails with
regard to tho telcphono hearing
It Is not probable that any at
tempt wilt be made to bring the last
half of tho gas hearing here, ns
most of the testimony yet to bo
Klven In this matter will come from
experts and Investigators who have
tabulated the gas company's figures
on which the lncrcaso in rates Is
Land Owners Appeal
t rom 1 wo Judgments
Dismissed by Court1
Dismissing tho appeal of O. r. '
Coggshall mado to tho state mi- i
prcmo court tor reversal of two
decisions made In district court
last spring in which William Tny
lor, n tenant on Coggshall's farm,
..obtained Judgments for 1,000 and
$2,non, mandates were received
Friday In district court.
Taylor claimed that ho suffered
damage when Cuggshall charged
him with embezzling hay from tho
farm, and nlso asked damages for
farm products seized hy t'oggshall
before tho tenancy ended. Tho Jury
In district court found In favor of
the tenant nnd allotted htm two
Judgment!! totalling Jlt.fiOO, which
was appealed hy Coggshall and de
nied by the supremo court.
$.',000 for Her Husband.
AKDMOUK, Okla., Nov. 19 Judg
incut In tho sum of J&.000 has been,
awnrdod to Mrs. lleulnh Kvans, act
ing no guardian for her four minor
children in her casn against the
fiulf, Colorado ft -Santa Vo railway
company, tried here In the district
court. Judge T. W. Champion, pre
siding. Tho suit' was a result of tho
death of tho husband of tho plaintiff
who was fatally Injured when ho
was run over by cars In the local
Santa Vo yards August 13, 1920.
Reverend Lamb Declares
- State Sentiment for
Approval of tho expansion of
Kendall college Into the University
of Tulsa Is expressed unanimously
by buslnesH men, members nnd min
isters of tho l'rosbytoflnn church
throughout tho western part of thu
state, according to Hev. Itnlph .1.
l.nmb ot this city, who ban Just re
turned from a week's trip In the
western section in tho Interest of
h! work as statu iuporlnknilr-!it of
homo missions for tho Presbyterian
Tho opinion wim generally ex
nrrfuii! thi.t thn i......
Kendall collego to tho state und Ita
i""'ni Kiiiinu uiisinoKii units justi
fied such enlargement nnd mado It
eirfnln of Hiin,..M i .,..,,...,. i r .....t.
, , - -......, ... ,...Vtl. .Mill,.
said. lte(Uists for Kendall caln-
iHn uu rim m-mcaicr una next year
and statement! by a number of
young people that they were coming
to Kendall next year mako it appar
ent that Immediate steps are neees
iviry.to enlarge lh- housing nnd
tenehlng facilities ot tho school, ho
When guests come unexpectedly
What better, or more pleasing hospitality than a
plate of delicious chocolates!
Vassar Swiss Milk Chocolates ore particularly
Creams, crushed fruits in creams and novelty
centers all dipped in Swiss milk chocolate.
HTHERE is a big dif-
i- ference between Calumet
and all other Baking Powders.
First you see it, in the cost.
Galumet is sold at a moderate price.
Then you observe it in use.
Calumet has more than the usual
leavening strength, therefore less
Next you notice it in rais
ing quality in the evenness
lightness and texture of your bak
ings. They look better finer
BAPTISTS PL0SE MEET
Oirr iunvii 'lliouMind AiMori to
, iiurtii uy iiniMixiti unit letter
Muring 1'nM Ynir.
.rctl to T), Wortit.
ULAOUWKM Nov. 15. - Tbn
lUpttst dune nil convention ot Okla
homa, In session hero
day, cut short its program which was
10 navo cKw,! Friday nt noon, nnd
finished Thursday night at 1 1 o'clock
with n stlirlng ndilres by Dr. K, Y.
Qulsenberry of Itlchmond, Vu.. mem
ber oUhe board oQorrlgii mimns.
I At tho nfleriii.on sff'lcn M. K Nel
,son mlmlonnry t,i 1 1 i . I told of
(Wunuertui pr.'irusH tinre m t'hrist-
lamzing mo native.
lleporta wero rend by )r. V. M.
McCounell. correspnndlng secretary
nt dkiMiomn Oily, showing collection
and expenditure of over 1200,000
through IiIh orflco for Oklahoma
Hnptlst Instltulloim and work, nnd
tho baptism of over 11.000 converts
In this stntn during thu past 12
months, Tho deuomlniitloti mndn a
gain of morn th.m H.000 hy baptism
nnd letter during tho jear.
In n former report the nnmn of
Claud Ilatchelt was given the
donor of JlO.Ono to tho Oklahoma
H.iptlst university at Shawnee. TlilH
wiifl nn iTinr for tlie d'niition
b u.id n, In en crcilitcd to K. K,
F t tet of Inmmt.
I'IimmI DnniiiKO at Cnpltal.
Ity Anmilnti.it Prrm stulu Wire.
OKIjAIIO.MA OITV, Nov. 19. -The
roecnt flood of the North faimdlan
river horo damniced the city park
to th extent of (!,too nnd the
tlrnnd bouh'iiird $13,200, according
to reports to tho city park board
today by 1M I.ycati, patk supprln
tenilrttt and ,T. 1. l-'oater, foromau
ot tho boulevard.
Tho ronl dealers, it seems, fixed
their prl, i'S In nutlelpntlon of hluhri
Wnxi' 111. lenses tlinn with itrtimllv nt
b'Hiil lt'4 uuir on- i re.nliimt
neiit li.iltlmoro Amerlenn.
ouiaiio.MA's i ini:.st srouu im wmu.s
0tST DV TEST'
Finally what a difference in
the taste. There is a deliciousness,
a goodness that can be had in no other
manner. Biscuits, pies, cakes, muffins,
doughnuts never were k tasty so
And then there is the satis
faction of knowing that Calumet
is made in the World's Jargest, best
equipped and cleanest Baking Powder
A pound can of Calumet contains full
TS oz. Some baking powdera come in
12. oz. cans instead of T6 oz. cans. Be
sure you pet a pound when you want it.
4 cupi of sifted pas
try flour, 4 level
Caking Powder, 1
level teaspoon of
alt 2 rounding
tablespoon! of but
ter or lard, cup
of milk, 9 cup of
th tcat'Ur wy.
THE XTiqntZ OF g$d A U I Tvl
" 1 1 i ir
319-321 South Main
Our Entire Slock of Beautiful
FURS and FUR CO A TS
Furs are especially favored by fashion this senson and tju's salo places within
your reach a selection of the very. finest Furs nnd Fur Conts. Artistic de
signing and flawless pelts are combined in the fashioning of these Stoics,
Chokers, Coatees and Wraps. From style nnd qualify standpoints they rep
resent the nearest possible npproach to perfection.
'Among the selections offered are Chokers of Mink, Fitch nnd Fox. Scarfs
of Lynx, Wolf,. Fox, Mole, Hudson Seal, Skunk, Squirrel, etc. Conts of Hud
son Seal, Squirrel and Skunk, both plain and trimmed with furs of contrast
Foresighted women will choose while selections arc complete.
Serge and Tricotine
Just received a now shipment of those
wonderful Dresses to sell at this Tow
price. Colors aro navy, black nn,d brown,
with trimmings ot embroidery and beads.
Silk Dresses at
Beautifully styled llressea of intln.
crepo und iiichHalliio, colors aro blaik,
brown, tan nnd navy- -plain tailored and
eluborato beaded nnd embroidered
trimmed effects formerly priced from
153.50 to $145.00.
An Econamy Event
in FINE SUITS
Our entire stock of Vino Suits, both
plain tailored and fancy' styles that sold
from t8.00 to J13S.00.
Colora nrn brown, navy and tan rich
trimmings of fur and silk embroidery
add to their beauty.
Scarfs of Brushed
A wonderfullv complete selsc
tion in every' style.
Beautiful plain colors and two
lone effects are shown und the
pricings are very moderate.
$6.50 and Up
Still Greater Millinery Values
A selection of new Millinery Modes that include
Hals for street, dress and evening wear, arc
grouped in thrcejucparatc lots
Hala that sold up to $15
Hats that sold up to $20
Hals that sold up to .$25 pl A A A
WEST - Till RD NjrSTRK13TJ
(iniiinil Hour HiiIiIii-mim Arcade, Oppoillc Itlnllo
Now Comes the Chance
For New Coats for
(( I hmiksaivinn
Kvory woman likes to have n woll-
)) drrs.st'd look at Thanksgiving. Wis i'i
ino very air. Wo aro able to come to
tlio rescue of many women by offering
at special prices about two hundred
choice winter coats. Made of fino
velours, bolivias, Hilvertone, yalama
silk, plush, etc.
They were bought nt a great saving
on our part. We want you to share
in our good fortune.
$25, $35, $45, $55,
$65, $79.50, $85, $95
Your Unrestricted Choice of
Any Suit in Stock
Now at One Third Off :
Every woman who feels sho cannot possibly slide
through the winter without a suit will find in this Un
usual selling tho very styles for which Hho has been
looking, and at prices that seem back to the good old
Helled, box, and tailored modols prevail, nnd wide
range in color, fabric and price mako a joy of selection,
Regular $49, $55, $75, $85, $125
Suits Now at One-Third Off
Smart Wool and Silk
$15, $19.75, $25
$29.75, V $35
Every one of thcVto dresses arc
fresh, bright and new, nil direct
from tho milkers' hnnds. Thero
nrc materials of Tricotine. Poirct
Twill, Wool Velour, Silvortono,
Wool Serge, Georgette and Satin.
The styles include beaded models.
braided, yarn and silk cmbroid- ((i
ered, pleated and ruffled and tho
other nnmil.'ir Htvle.t. Plniti. nlnnt. (li
ed, harem, and straight skirt ef
fects. Throe-quarter and full
length sleeve models.
I Furs andFur Coats 1
ChokcrH, Animal Scarfs,
Capes, Stoics and Throws,
$15, $25, $35
$45 and up $225
Fur Conts, rich near seal,
French Seal, Mink, and
Marmot, Squirrel, Opos
sum anu , ltaccoon tnm-
$225 to $550
All Millinery Now
Marked Half Price
F.vnrv hut. in tho storo is ineltidnil
in this drastic action. A matchless 4vs
opportunity to secure millinery of fk
tltc very latest modes at a mere frac-
Hon ot its true value. Don't risk dis
appointment. Come early.
You Can Always Do Better at the Advance Shop