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TULSA DAILY WOULD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1920.
1 V I I M I LILIAN C PERKINS I V
' - ( MUSIC
j - VWORK
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Tim Calendar for Tutfadn)-.
Trinity Fplstrpnl bninr In Con
Tuesday li.'"k club meets with
Mtm. F. , liiiiaiil
.Mlii(i M.iiilm M.nli (lardnnr ap
pears In on.'itn icrltnl nt Flint
Mir 1st In li church, presented hy Mr.
Crown Hcnl chnutitiqun, Iltimry.
Columbia rhstitMunua, library,
Athalnkn nluli ruvctlnt; In home of
Mrs. Hfibert Itvy. j
IJnertitlvn committer, llyechka
club, lllirnry, I
ltycchhi choral sorlety, Ilnntnn
Avenue Methodist church.
ltalnbnw women's club mootlm? In
Miss Marthu Mario Gardner's re
ctal tlm evenlm; nt First Christian
church will tin attended by hnr
rlcmlH .nut pupils a nil many of the
iiiiinIc lovliik,- folic of tlm city. MIih
llardner Is holmr proesnted hy lior
teacher, Mr. Ilrncst rrnni; Htamm.
Mtm, Hylvla IMt. contalto, will as
Hist, 'j'hn program.
l'roludn nnd fiiKiin In fj minor.
Tohann Bnbustlan liach. Tho abovu
tiuinbgr In one of Itach's irrctttiist
I'omposlUons, who will always be
remembered as tho (trcatcst organist
of his tlmu; Meo contralto nolo,
aria from "Tlm Dentil of Joan
of Aru" (Uombcrif), "How Joan
nnlimtly k lnai.it Ohrisl'H Iiiiiiko, wall
bclovrd: her lonK, dlshnvnlled lock
wcrn streaming In tho wind; to the
foot of tho ncnffold, with a mien all
unmoved, slowly she drew near
hut resigned. " OrKan soIoh (u)
"Caprlcco" (Ixmal8ru). Mr. l.o
nialKro In a Kri-nch orjrnnlst with
fin Intorniitlonnl reputation. Many
of hlii coinpoflltlniiH lira fro'iunntly
playod. (b) 'VfuporalB" (tVy
InKer). ooncnrt nrKantnt nnd coin
ioiicr. born at llnnovur, l'a.. April
7, 1878. Waa head, choir director
of tho Klrst rrcabytcrlanfthurch al
Uncoln, Nob, Now roaldna at York,
1'jtt. (c) "Scherrando" (Olllctto).
Mr. aillelte haa written a numbor
of lntercHtlnt; orjwn compoaitloni.
tills being" pno of tho most effective.
At prompt ho holda tho ponltlnti of
municipal ornanlnt at Evanavlll.
Indiana, (d) "Andantlno" (Ix
mare). l?nllh oritanUt of world
wide reputation. Born on thai lain
of Wight In 18S. Knpeclally noted
au player of oroheatral mualo on th
urcun, At preaent playlnf th lars
municipal orvan In Ban FrancUeo,
CAllfornla. (o) "OriantaU- (Ilof.
ra). A cTiaracterUtlo aataotlon,
wrltton by Jamca H. ltoaera. woll-
Xnown American oompoaer. Merau
contrulto nolo. "I Will Uxtot The.
Oh Lord." fronVKIl" (CosU). Hull
for oman (Jamwi 11. itosera)
Noted American orKnnint and com-
poear, born In Full Jlrivrn, Conn..
fVbruary 7. 18G7. Hludlcil with
bo mo of the irroatcHt orsanlata In
tho world, namely; Alexander
aullmant, CharloH M. Widor and
Glarenco Kddy. lias written muny
organ work, ulao iionffn, antlicmf
and enntat'aa. Itealdcs In Cleveland,
Ohio, alnca 1883. At preaent or
ranltft and cliolr director of th
nrt Christian church, Kclla avo
nuo, Jewhth Tompln and director of
tho Itublratoln club. (a) 'Tro
lofruo," (b) "March," (o) "Inter
mczxo," (d) "Toccata."
lir Mbw SHI,
Mrs. Harry U KltxBerald and Mrs,
1), l McMahoti yesterday an
nounced a pro-nuptlul party tor
Monduy, Dccumbur 13, in MluxMuiy
BlU'u honor, thu affair to bu given
at thu Country club. Mr. and Mm.
William a Uvdtke, 1427 riouth
Choyonne ayouuo, will entertain at
dinner for tho populur brldo-to-ho
and her fiance Mr. l'earce. Docom
bor 16 In the Country club; Mra.
JoHoph II. Bliullonborfc-cr will add to
tho long list of parties by entertain
Ing Drcumber 20, nnd Mrn. Henry
N. Orris and Mm. H. 3. llaker will
be hoKtranos of pre-nupttat rompll
ment Pecombcr 30. Mr. W. W. Mc
Crnry hnH set IVccmber 22, aa the
data on which she will compliment
Mrs, B. IC. Pun n had a small com
pnny of matrons with her for
luncheon Monday. There wero six
Thero will ho a serif of Klk
lnnrc-, durlnc the nrxt tlireo weeks,
tho first In ho nn flff.ilr nf Thurw.
dnv, December 9, N"Xt In the series
wl t,n n" lnfnrmnl ilnnen Pecem-bi-r
5 Tlio ThrlstmnH ilnnce has
li ml fur 1'ecembi'r l!fi atnl tho
Sitv Vi.ir's puiy IX'ti'iiibt'i a l,
Tln w will he held In the I'M holnu
Hllll Mill h'J Htllltly IMI)Mlhl)l8llll af-
.Mnt-u f lub.
TcntutUo plaiiif Iiiivii lii-en muili1
for tho minimi Christmas danrn of
the Atokn i lull uhl h will bu held
during liullilny week.
Tho l)r una I.mKiin and the
Thi'ta Alplnt Mil iiiilliiniil itriiiiMtlc
frntirnlty of Kemlnll i.'ulli'Ki' nn
nniincn Unit two plnM, "Th" Hit
inHticers" snd "A Tumi of a Tune"
will bn infiMriitrd hv their inemhern
in the rnllfK" iilldltorlllin at A.U
o'clock on l'"rlrlay evenlnir, under
Ihn direction of Mlsi MatKaret
W'ynilliani, bend of thn whool of
publln spinklm; nnd nxpresMlou. In
'Tho ItonuincnrK," which Is n
French comedy In three sets by
IMmund llontinid, tlm cist of char
acters Wilt IlK hli!" Miss .Innephliie
Ijiyiimli, MrntrH. Harold Mc.Muhon,
Mnurlcn Anil Houston KIIIhoii, Haw
ley JCi'T and Hav Kleuk. Jn tho
onn-act Irish comedy "A Tunn of n
Tune," nctois will ho MIshcii Ktinlen
Mi'.Arthur and Huby Mum Jones,
Messrs. Charles I'lshtiey ami Wil
A weddltiK of Interest In many
frlend:i In tills city uns that nf MUs
Alva Johnson, il.uilthler of I lev. and
Mrs. W. J. JohnHfin of Dallas, to Mr.
Dudley W, Moore of Tulsa, which
took place, Friday, December 1, In
thn forimir city. Thn marrluun was
celebrnleil at d o'clock In tlm after
noon In (Irncu Mntlmdlst church by
Hevereml Weeks, ami was attended
by a company of KJt) relatives and
friends. Miss lCllnor .lolinsou at
tended her sister as maid nf honor,
and MImuivi Vivian Weeks, Vlolut
Hnyden and Amies Weeks were
bridesmaids. Mr. Itny II. I'earnon,
of Dallas, sloml as best man. Mr,
Moore Is a newspaperman and oil
writer. Tho youiiK couplo will re
sldo for thu present ut 1114 Hoiith
Mra. Olsau'H division of thn Par
eln Missionary society of First
Methodist church will entertain the
society for Its Christmas mnclluK
Thursday afternoon In thu home of
Mrs. V. li. WertzberKer, 3S0 Kst
F.lKhtcejitli slreet. Tho southwest
vlrclo will hold nn olil-faahloned
inonsurln-f party Thursday uveulliK.
December 'J, In thn church, Mcs
tenics O. II. Leonard, Will. ml
Johns, Harry Johson anil Charles
V. Furren aro tho commltteo on
entertainment. (Iroup No. 1 of tho
Women's lillilo class will entertain
Friday afternoon In tho homo of
Mrs. I. U Thurman,
Division No. 13 of First Vreiiby
terlnn church will meet at tho home
ot Mm. W. V. Tucker. 810 Wesi
Ninth struct, at 2:30 o'clock Tuesday
uftornoon. Thn regular monthly
meutltiK of' Ilattle Clrnyblll mission
ary socluly will bo held in tho church
parlor Thursday. A Christmas pro-
pram will bn given and all tho worn
en of tho church nnd conureRatlon
DOCTORS SAID LUNGS
MIGHT LAST 6 MONTHS
Mrs, Anthony thought her tlmo
bad pome. INiuml rood to
I hcaltli, galnetl -to douiuI.i.
"I want to t rtt oth-r -that Mllka
Kmulilon hi done fur me., pnetara tulJ
my hunbmiil ttut 1 wouM tint llvn 6
tnonlhi. aal1 1 lint tnlrrculnl. When
I tiln Uklns Diir romlrrful m.llcln
I tieXftii to st brtt-r and sin now tronr,
ablo to do sit my work. WrUb
eounita more, ln a snod apptlta ad
ultfp fln at nlht. Ilef or nalnx MUk
Kinutilnn t could not do an) thing, lud to
Imp In a chair, liad no apprtlt and
thouiht nif tlma liad rrrtalnly eonia."
Mra. llobait it, Aulhony, llui 1, Ouln,
To flra year body Mmicth to tralit
Alaaaxo, try bulldliiK It up IU .Mllka
Umulalun. A trial ciwla imthlnar.
Mllka nmulilon la u (iloaalnt, liutrl
llra food and a cnrrrctlra iitrdlctna. It
raatorta h-althy, natural Imwrl nitln, tin.
Ins away with all life. I nf iillU ami 1'liy
lea. It promotM u ppct II n nnd ciulokly
eula Ilia ttlgrattvo omana In aM in
almllaln fuml ,la a builder vt (l"H'i and
alltnvth, Mllka Umulalon la alrmlv I'O
omtiirndpit tti tlioao w hinii alckri:H liaa
wvaarnaii, anil la a pounrrul aid In re
lallns and reanlrlnti Hit i'ffYi'' uf tnal
Intr dlwaara Olironto alnuiarh Iroulila
ml conaiipatiou lire iriimplly ti-UtMil
Tllla l I he only fill. I imiuIhIiii mude,
and ao nalalatda lhat It la aitin ih a
aponn Ilka lc cream. Tiuly wor.ilrtful
for xaak, alckly ilillitrrn.
No matter tiow asere vnu caae. vnu
are ursrd to try Mllka timulrs n un'itrr
I lil suarantre- Tuki aU b'lti rt h .mo
with ynu, uaa It mronllnK In dlrri'lloea
and It not antUrird 'villi the i.-iimi, )uur
money will be promptly rifu'lil I l" ee
He and 11.60 per bottle. Tin j ka
llmulalon I'n., Terrlo lUul... Ind. tig.d
iy iiruiimi every whtTe. Adt.
THK BANE of o r,
1- -"oiijj.tiiiin, i uc Dow
els become weak and' unable to perforin their
functions without aid. For this purpose only
the mildest and gentlest laxative should be used.
The use of harsh cathartics aggravates the trouble
. . V..V. v-uusu jiituon worse. Chamberlain's
Tablets arc a favorite with people of middle age
anil nlr1r nn o..,. ...... f . 1 .
v.i.uuiii oi meir gentle action.
nro Invited. The usiinl eieeutlve
luncheon will he held al 12 o'clock
A uncial tneetlnit for men and
women of Division 16 will ho held
at 7;30 Thursday cvnilnif in thn
home nf Mr, and .Mrs. .1. H. Wunon,
I3ir. Hnuth Uilthrlo avuinie.
Thero will bo n rehearsal of tlm
Hyechka chornl society at H o'clock
this eviinltiif In lloalon Avintio
Mi'thodUt chinch, Hoth men ami
women who enjoy hIiikiiik aro In
vited to Join this ( hot un, which is
prepaTtnit for tho D. A. It. ptiKcnnt,
"Ihn limliliK of thn I'llKrlms," An
other rehenrssl will ho held 'Wed
iirsday (ifternoon In thn public
library. Mr. Josopu Hchtolncr dl
lectlmf. Mt nn,l Mru II II I'olliitlil U'.,r.
hosts to members of the ufflco staff
nf Mm Mfl'ibnti inn n n f net li r I lit nun.
p.iuy Katniiliiy i-vmiIiik'. cntertalnlnK
wiiii a tncay puny i no K'lcnin
mio III coiitutue and entei InJument
Wiih Iti lliii witv nf ii unit If u'liitdltii-
ii nd other Informal pastimes, Thero
Wuto 20 Kllestfl.
Tho Halnbow Women's club will
meet ut i':30 o'clock t litt afternoon
In thn llbimy for the first hcs.iIou
nlnco thn recent eloLtlon. New of
flceia ot the orKaulratlnn aro Mrs.
Owens, president, Mrs. Frank
White, vice president, Mis. Mary
IC, C. .Shaver, secretary; .Mrs, Ted
White, trcomirer. t
Mr. and Mrs, J. M, llerry enter
tained a Kroiip of thn friends of
their sons, Messrs. liohert and Kim
tif tli lleny, for dinner last evening
at thu Country club. Included In
tho number were thn members of
the Mcsorwi.Camiihcll bildal parly
who afterward attended tho Hem
Asslntauls for the first fortnightly
card party of tho Country club, for
the season, oil Wednesdny, with
Mts. Jay 0. Fainter nctluKiis hostess
havu been iinmeil ns follows: Men-
da mcs Henry N, (Irels, Itobert M.
lll.ickniore, John U Hhnkoly, It. OIN
McCllntock. V. l'V. Hwimsnii, Clifford
W. lines, K. Ti. Whltnev, Don C.
Ilothwell and Harry (1, nwlnnup,
The women of First Lutheran
rhurrh will hold n hainr In tho lmse).
ment of First Lutheran church.
Thordsy Deetember !i, Tho sjIo of
Piactlial and Auicy nrtlcbvi will con
tinue throuKlR'Ut the day mid will
be followed by a G o'clock dinner,
Tulsa Hturs club will meet regu
larly al 2. in o'clock Wednesday af
ternoon In .MhroiiU. hall. Mr. mid
Mis. .1, It. Itnse of Iowa will ton
ducl tho Itsjoii, which will bo Ac
companied by stereoptlcon views.
Men of tho O. J:. H. aru IriMted.
I'rlday, December 10, with Mrs.
Oeonro T. Tabor ai hostess In her
Mr and Mrs. IX C, Kheeily of
Wichita Fulls. Texas, were guests
over Hundsy of Mr. and Mrs, Wil
li. nn Htonehreaker, Mr, und Mrs.
yiieedy will rcmovo to this city
Mrs. J. W, Hhlnlds nnd daiiKhler,
Mrs. I'. M. Reynolds, left t tho end
of last week for Kouthuest City,
Mo , hnvliiK been called thero on
account of the Illness of Mrs. M. A.
IIIkks, mother of Mm. Shields.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Jf. Maxcy anil
duiiRhtuis. Mlnses 'Mildred and Car
men and son Master Thom.is, for
mer residents of Tulsa, are movliiK
back to this city from Oklahoma
City, where they have been llvlnu
the past j ear.
Tho Woman's rnlsslnnnrv noddy
of First Hnplht church will spend
Thursday nt tho church si-wlnc for
the d.iy nursery. Luncheon will be
served nt 12.110 by women or tho
east side dlatriet.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph K. Klrkbrlile,
1314 Houth Carson nveime, announce
thn birth, December 2, of a son,
John Kdwnrd Klrkbrldo. The baby
Is a Rrandson of Mrs. Frank II.
Thn December meeting of Clepi
enl A. Kvans rhnpter U. TX J. will
h" held at 2 30 o'clock Wednesday
afternoon with Mrs. C. It. Lynch ns
hostess In her home, 1227 Houth lial
Thorn will bn a Joint business
meetltiB nf Trinity guild and the
Woman's anxJUHrj' to thn lsiard of
missions Friday In tho a&scmnly linn
of thn church.
Mrs, Thomas D. Lyons nnd little
dntiRhter Mary, who havo been
with Mra, Lyons' homo folk in
Amsterdam, N. Y since October,
will ha Joined shortly by Mr. Lyons
for tho Chrlrtmna season'.
This week'si nicotine of the
Fhakcspeare club will be held on
BUY A GIFT A DAY MAKE
CHRISTMAS SHOPPING PLAY
, ' mm
A Smmll Drponit Will lty Atomy Any Article
All Round Edge
Fibre Wardrobe Trunk
With Dust Door, Raised Top, Shoe
Pockets, Laundry Bag and
A Trunk built to stand the hardest usage and a
, .wonderful value at this price
414 South Main Street
I.. J. Itlenbach, Reaident Partner
Mrs. J. jf, Dyer of Oklahoma City
and ilrs. Charles I. Hykes of
uninna arrived Haturday for a
visit with their dauxhtcr and sister,
Airs, Arthur K. Dawson.
Mrs. V. W. RtrnvcUnd will enter
tain hrr club, thn Vendredl, at
bridge, Friday afternoon in hor
home, 411 South Wh'eelltiB,
At a meeUnK of tho Women's
Iteneflt noaoclutlmt ' of Maccabees
with Miss Anna Miller, Riturday In
her hnme. 70(1 South Detroit ave
nue, plans wero mndo for u dance
December JO, In tho Klks Club,
Mrs. W. I. (Jllhert of Hnpulp and
Armeies, wero amone the out-of-town
folk in Tulsa Inst week for the
Mrs. C. W. fleorso and Miss An
nabel McReynolds of Cleveland
wero hero Inst week for tho opera
tienson as cucfta of Mrs. Jacob
Mrs. H. DrldRo of FranWIn, Ohio,
ntrlvfil on Saturday for a winter's
visit with her niece, Mrs. C. W.
SltiKleton, t02 Weirt. Hcvcnth street.
Kappa Alpha Theta alumni chap
ter will meet this svenln with Ml
Amelia Hi ouch.
Mts. J. C. Ixitcher 'lll entertain
matrons of tho (J. A. bridge club for
The Run-KUa club will meet Frl
cl.iy afternoon for a pitno of brldfe
with Mrs, W. t.'ook.
One ot tho unsolved mysteries Is
tho ay men can exchanco urn-
her (tuest, Mrs. Wilton Witt, of !os l.ielbis nnd each t.-ct the worst of It.
Friend Tmke Newly
Married Couple for
Trip After Wedding
A few tnlnutc after tho Rev.
C. F. Hllcr married Albert Van
Zant of 10 Bouth Maybella avo
nue and Mlsa Merle Claypool of
148 Bast Illinois street, Saturday
nlcht, friends of tho couple started
out to cnuyarl them.
With Kirns bearing tho above
words placed prominently upon
both, tho men took Mr. Van Zatit
nil around Tulsa an dto Haptilpa,
while the women took Miss Clay
pool, or rather Mra. Van Jtant, al
no to Kapulpa, but In a different
Cy force of numbers the couple
wero kept separnted until early
Bunday and then reunited, after
both had niado repeated offorts
to escape their captors.
Hope resembles the head of a pin
and disappointment tho other end.
CHUM CAMPAIGN GOES Oil
Voaajt tVoplo In West TuNa I'm,.
Sender it) Rellirloos Drive,
Tho third week of tho ", .
Chum" tlrtve, In the West Tu J
MothodUt church started jiv'
Tho Epworth Leaguo Is In c c I,
tho work and nev. W. L. ,11'
pastor, reported that 0 conxcrsloni
had been secured as a rcsu" t,i ikl
campaign, and 20 of tiui,. i,.'?
Joined that church, m nil J J,
said that manv men who w , i aj.
Ins Idlo lives had roformcd a I .r
now llvlnsr as
CHRISTMAS FOR VETERANS
Plans to trlve a Chrlstmai prt
for Tulsa ex-sori'lco men of n,;.
Rainbow division will bo tn ie (,...
tho Rainbow women's itu n n
mcetlm; in tho public library : j
o'clock Tuesday afternoon. e nu,
lar Christmas party was kIu 1 ;i,t
year. Tills will bo thu firs -ncd
inK of tho club slnco new cfdceri
wero elected recently.
Makes Bread Taste Good
IT'S the cream of nut butters I In flavor,
texture, nutrition you'll say Cream of Nut
truly lives up to its name. Have you ordered
your first pound yet?
Friedman O a Grave. Oleemariarlne ffauaUr Mih qualltr
lecaiumaedail to tlaata vtio ptrftr Ilia animal piaducL
40U FH.t St.! TiiImi, Oklahoma
rhono Omiru a0.Sllll Isihk DIstaiKV 117
Hunt's Daily Store News
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1920.
A Pre-Holiday Sale of
Men's Fine Silk Shirts
on Sale Today
Select That Silk Gift Shirt, Now
Every shirt in our entire stock is included in thin
extraordinary value-giving sale. In this line there
are the most beautiful stripes in every wanted color;
others of plain crepe de chine, pussy willow, jersey
silk and baby broadcloth.
IkaaaaaaaLaV Tl V laaaaaaaV
$10 imported Scotch flannel shirts; conservative
stripes of green, lavender and blue; an ideal shirt
for immediate wear; every si.c. d A Qpf
Choice, while they last fpHcUtJ
89 c to $3. 75
Silk Knitted Ties in plain colors and neat stripes
and two-tone effects. $2.00, $2.50 to $3.75
Fancy Silk Ties in new brocades and stripes, wide
four-in-hand styles M. .89c to $2.75
New Styles in Scarfs, knitted scarfs, mercerized,
silk mixed and all-8ilk, plain colors; two-tone and
changeable effect $5.00 to $12.50
Men's Furnishings SccUon Main Floor
Mirror" Candies for Xmas
are arriving daily. This noted make is
only made of the purest ingredients, but
they are handled with as much care as
you would make them in .our own
Ft no tlordan AlmoiiiMtroLcn Candy
Sour Is'inon Drop Htrlmot AsMirtnl
IVppcrmlnts Fruit Halls
Ass-ortcd Dnlntli'H Clear Squares
l ino Filled t'uudy, ( lilhlicii'h .Mixture.
llac ynu Mtiil Hunt's Toy land on
tlio thin! floor? It's really n liral
so bu: so rhtvrfnl. looking mi full of
toys iiiil iloll.v anil cmtj llilnc tImi
tlmt Old Santa's workshops luito
turned out for little boys and trlrU.
The HUNT Co.
Main Slrci-l lk'tMcm Third nnd Fourth
Libby Cut Glass
Fine cut glass is a home necessity. When
buying cut glass be sure you are getting
good glass, well cut The "Libby" name
gives you this assurance,.
Fruit Bowls in 7, 8 and 9-inch sizes
Compotes Vases many styles
Celery Trayo Salt and Pepper
Spoon Trays Water Sets
Pickle Dishes, Oil and Vinegars
Bon Bona Perfume Bottles
Mayonnaise Sets Small Nappies
Powder Boxes and Hair Receivers
-Priced from $2.00 U $25.00
Main Fluor Section.