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TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1920.
EVEN AT FUNERAL
r p. Hopkins Tells Ki-
wanis uiud i
Who Spoke of Tulsa.
BETTER SPIRIT NEEDED
Is Working for a Better
Oil., whero Mr. Stnmm Is Interested
In a land company.
J. V. IlVItD. Jr., cashier of the
Union Nntlnnnl bank, went to Okmul-
goo Monday for a hort business
C. II. HOWAltD nf the KxchntiRO
Trust company returned Momlny
from a week's business trip to the
southern part of the stale.
FltKD II. llOWI.ANI), General
manager of the Kawnnco Oil Anil
(las company vnn hero from Titus
vllle, l'a., over Monday.
Party of Business Men
Return After Inspect
ing K. C. Plant.
A I.iiko party of local business
men spent Sunday In Kansas City
InnprrlliiK the new inolnr per
fected by tin- Sunshine Motor com-
pnny with u view to hrliwItiA the
plant for manufnoturlni? tractor
motors to Tulvi. Tim new motor,
one of which was used In an auto
moblln at ICmma City, N of the
rotary vnlv tie, and, arcordltiK
to the Invention, will revolutionize
tlin motfcr bulldlliK industry because
of Its simplicity and elimination of
tinnnvesmirv parts, together with Its
'(,'hose who made the trip to Kan
sas City In the special car provided
by Iho Sunsh'.no Motor company
weic; It. llriibonker, A. H. Patter
son, V. 11. Downing, Kdward 1'
Marshall, It. K. Cary. W A. l),ils.
U A. Kaufman, C. W. Illshop, how
1 1. Collins, U .1. !' Itooney, l H.
UiiKllI, II. II. A mil i nil, U-o C.
Moore, C. M. ll.irde, I.oulw I.efko.
Harney Meyers, C. H. Hubbard, Al
ilrowit, Alf 11. lleKKcm, C. I. Head,
J, K. lllldt, O, M. Hansom, II. H
Putter, V. (1. llottom, II. W. Jacobs,
W, (1. McCarthy, A II. D.nls and
Harvey V.. It hod en.
Moving pictures wer taken of
the Tuls.i bunch, and are to be ex
hibited al n private show lint la one
of the local theaters Tuesday or
Wednesday, nrcordtliR to officials
of the company,
The ostrich can tickle any woman
with his feather.
AtlKNTS IXVITI'.H TO ST. I.Ot lS
Tlireo TtiNnhs Will I'tplaln I'lan
of Kti'linnKC llnirau In MNmhiiI.
At the reiiuest of the I'urchasliiR
A Kn ots' nwioi'latlon of SI. Louis, Mo..
(I. C. I'ohlcr, O. V. llorden and
It. 1). (Iwynne, in live tvcr the
southwest mid In TuIh.i In further
Hilt associations, nf purchaslm:
iiKentH will In the near future visit
St. Louis as repri'tfiitatlves of the
I'urchatdiu; AKents as.nlrl.illoii of
Oklahoma with hijndnuurters heie.
for the purpose of explaining the
uorkltiRS of a newly established
"t'Xck'itiKH hiU'c.iu" through whlrh
oil field supplies and materials for
sale thlxiUKhout the oil fields ale
listed for the benefit of porrh.ixi-rH.
Tim find exchange bureau bulle
tin" will probably bo IshihmI Iipi.
Thiirnday, It Is anuotineed.
'. V. Worker ('niuliur Hero.
Mts llatrlet "nnee, new city sec
retary for the southuestern division
of Uie V. W. C. A., will arrive In
Tiibi.l Wednesday for a week of eon
feitinii' With liiemliels of tho board
of dliectorn of the local association,
unit of the two Y. W clly assoc.''.-'
lions In the state, according to In
formation received by Y. W. offl
cliils, Monday. Miss Vance has Just
returned fiom a o.ir of work In the
uilenl; she was formerly general
wcrelary of the Kansas Cits, l'ltts
Uuigh. l'a., and Portland, Ore., as
KCNIIAIili KHtlNNKS M IIOOL1NO
InilMirtaiicc of IMniatlun Will H
r.mplmsloil I'urlni; tlilt Week.
Imiiolrlancn of ediiraMon will 1)4
stressed from mam mini""' at ih.ipel
exercises In Kendall coll' k thlf
week In observance of t.a'loti it cd
ucatlnn week named l " I 'nx
ton, national commissi n if iji
cation. There will be U
speaker nt each chapel mnn I io
tensor f. S. Mcl.eod, head of the tie.
partition!, of education, stn.hu il )ii
tiny mornlnr; nnd K. K. oberhi itzur.
clly suiicrlntendeiit nf m hooin, wljl
give an nddicss this innrnlug on u
phnsn of the iUestlon of education,
The fool man nnd tho wlw troul
are slow In catching on.
Magic City; Higher Ob
jective Is Desirable.
C. 1 Hopkins, vice president of
tho chamber or wmrom, ...
i.nfnr ihn Klwanla club In
the private dining room of Hotel
T,i-ta Monday noon, advised the
rlub t k"i wildly behind on0 or
ganipuom. ',...,, .., cont nucd
la tlie uiii""""'o
growth oi ',... ,hB
i Tulsa," Hopkins talked on he
J?l..Au V....-.no., ho lClwan s club
anil luis-i. rs,-,t
Tulsa is an easy subject to talk
about." h asserted. "I am ro-
minded of the Tuls.i man who hap
mlndfu oi nit.
Ki d mano "had bl-en dead
about 24 hourj.. w JounU the Oa
Kaoted W. busltress and finding
mnl dropped around to hear the
funeral orawu" . .
"After delivering tho eulogy tfce
nr6.ic.lior explained that tho liorty
Mcntlf cu am.
pircntlj- un, , .. -,""-, ,-
".7 anyone had any remarks
to niaKc. .
bucd with tho boosting spirit that
chtniClorilOH luiji j- v.. YAne "as
lv ana rcmnrn -
!5h0 dead man is unknowr . and an
long as incro in i """ -- -laid
about him. I want to make a
few rcmarKH nooui
Hopkins quoted tho International
mtot inwanls who 1 -
clarcu rcccnuy in..- r;, ,.
w-lthout an objective Is llko a Bhll
I hout a rudder that It Is dashed
about by tho waves, unablo to roach
5tSf new officers -for the club arc
to DO eiecicu
kins urged that tho new reglmo
Start th f now year with well-defined
ideas of specific thlis that, Btrould
and will 00 Bccomy."""-"
... nr.T . rr? t.teEWSES were Is
sued to the following Monday by the
U.L vatnitn ninrkiptcr. 31J
West Plains. Mo.: -William p. oy-
dcn. 25 and Gladys nicnarasun. ...
Sana Springs: .V W. Wilkin;. 29 and
Mary Mlnshail, s iuib;
. .mi rilmlvs Tvndall. --
nartlchvllle: W. I,. McOaskey, 27 and
Sibyl M. ningham, 18. Tulsa: Oren
A. Campbell, 23 and aoml H.
Mescrve, 20, Tulsa: F. O. V oils. GG
and ltegettio Hickman, 4J, w
THIS FOLLOWING bankers were
In Tulsa Monday on business: Cnas.
r ..i. r.ri.i.int of tho Con
tinental Bank and Trust company of
, t o . v n Pnltiburn. nrcsl-
de nt of tho i'lrst National Hank of
Colllnsvllle; C. H. Vnndevori. presi
dent of tho Pawnee National Bank
D. ..... w Tv Mr.f?recor. vice
president of tho First National bank
of Wichita Falls. Texas; r. . ."
shire, president of tho First National
bank of Ollton.
N. .1. GOULD, congressman from
Seneca Falls, n. i., ami prrsmeni
of tho Gould's Pump company, left
Saturday night nftcr a snori
here, on his way CacK xo ivaaniiib-
ton from Texas.
.tnsr.pir t. Tif.AKTON. cencral
agent of tho Kansas City Southern
railway. Tulsa, left last night lor
Kansas City to attend an nnnuaj
family meeting of all traffic offisors
and representations of tho K. C.
LEWIS SnUEDY of Sapulpa, oil
man wno lias opacateu in mo ji.u
lana, Kansas and Oklahoma fields,
! a iinllA..I I. nllnhnmn ItnM-
Pltal where ho will bo optiatod on
uunng tno next lew aays.
111,'TMT I A V'H Jit...... tV.r.l
filed In district and superior courts
Mrm.l!.,. 1... fltrlpAH nlnlifirflnnn 1
against Albert HIchnrdBon; Clara
Miuiy ngatnst w. it. neuey.
Tll.'"!!.....! I . - .1 I
..i.vtixra iu nivorce were Kituum
In district court Monday to Claronco
JJ. Hrewcr against Geno L. Hrower:
Paulino Howard against Bernhard
p. Howard: Bcsslo Connor against
JOSIiPH MOSCOWITZ of Knnsas
City, was in Tulsa Monday looking
for a location for an upholstering
--w!ui!ljljt;ui llj uo JJUICCU iiuru.
ft n.r. ...... i r
wijo havo boon visiting In tho homo
ot their son, Ernest Prang Stamni,
2i" return today to Angels Camp,
80 YEARS-OLD FIT AS
jowel trouble that four doctors
wuld not holp. Suffered all kinds
" Pa'n. w'aa filled with gas and con-
'Upated for years, I waa advlsod to
Mayr'H Wonderful Remedy.
oinc taking a courso of It four
tars ago my trouble has disap
peared and l.nvn trM llkn n vnimfr
nan. Although 80 years old I feel
j't as a fiddle." it Is a slnvnU', harm
J.., llrParatlon that removes tho
taiarrliai mucus from tho Intestinal
"ff1. and allays tho Inflammation
rL"0",, causes practically all stom
ih,.i' ,',lver 0,", Intestinal ullmcnts,
iH 1 1 ni'iviiuiuiii. uiii uuaa
convinco or money refundod.
TULSA'S LARGEST SHOE DISTRIBUTORS
Pre-Christmas Sale of Footwear
Striving to Do the Impossible Please Everybody
at Our Departmentized Shoe Store 412 South Main
Really charming in any of the latest shades
battleship gray, field mouse, champagne,
silver Jtaupe, black, white washable kid. A
tone to harmonize with any gown. On sale
at 412 South Main. .
Special discount on all
DUMPTY and "BUSTER
BROWN School Shoes
412 S. Main Street.
Ladies' high grade Hose
of silk, wool and silk and
wool mixture; remarkable
values at 41JJ South Main.
Satin and Suede Strap Pumps
Black, Blue, Brown One, Two and
This we claim is the crowning achievement
of our merchandising career. Included in
this lot are the new
tongueless boots in SATIN
and KID, colors of black,
blue and brown. Snappy
new novelties at a value
" I. Miller of New York," wonderful footwear for those that
really will have none but the best. This we consider the
highest compliment ever paid a shoe firm in what "New
Yorkers" call the west, when we secured this beautiful
footwear, as it is in such demand on Fifth Avenue that it
was only by insisting on obtaining it that we were able toi
John Kelly's high grade footwear for women also included
in this sale. ,
Men's Florsheim shoes in high grade kid, kangaroo or calf
skin leather included in this sale.
Ladies' Military Roots with the
new low or military heel; a
boot for comfort that has no
equal, and that is so much in
vogue now. They conic in
brown, mahogany or tan, in the
new brogue style; also black
or brown in plain kid) or calf
skin leather. Pre-Christmas
Military brown and black
suede Oxfords that fit snugly
and nt a price that will ap
peal to your sense of econ
omy. On sale at 412 South'
Values up to $15
Mens 18-In. Boots
Men's 18-inch Boots, a wonder
ful wearing boot with leather
lining, to be closed ont at our
I'rc-Christmas dQ Of?
sale for J).Ot
Also a 14-lnrh In Bamo mfla
A, Stjlo ami Slio for VAvry I-'ihiI
IJni'h and every pair Kuanntcc(l to lio
pcrfiict. If you warii tho bent nt lower
prices this Is your opportunity. KriKlluli
liriiKUi,l ntrnlRht hint, inudlf i' Ioch
freak laxtti, al 412 Bouth Q OJT
AT 318 SOUTH MAIN
straight last and Munson
last, army style and many
OtllGl'S ; ,
318 SOUTH MAIN ST.
'A beauty; to be worn with
the new wool hose. They
have low, flat hcebi and welt
soles. Colors of fan, brown
or tobnsco brown. 412 South
Rubber footwear for men, women
and children. Priced during our
Pre-Christmas sale for
Men's felt House Sllpporn la colorH of
Kray, Mack or brown (PO QtZ
BO at OuOU
IadleB' lilKll top Houao SllpporH Willi
fur trimmed felt uppers anil leather
soles anU heels, to (j2
Hoys' felt House Slippers In reil with
Hunter Hrown uml Mother- CIooho pie
lures on them, ro (gg PJ
Men's best Brnrte Housn Slipper In
brown or black, very spe- Q QpT
daily priced at D'i.Oti
Ilotiilolr Slippers nnd ladles' felt Hoijbm
Sllpperx, In taupe, i;ray, lav- (J1 A f?
cinler or red, i;o j)JL4t)
Clilldren's felt IIoiiho Slippers, In pink
or rid, a beauty for Christ-
mas presents, K" at tDJ-O0
Men's leather House Slippers in bl.iek
or brown of soft kid leather, dQ Qpr
ro at iflOQO
I.idles' IiIkIi Krwdn satin mules Kllpiiers.
Ileautle.i for Chrlstnins presenls, They
romo In pink, baby blue, lavender and
black and combinations of (IJ4 Qp
blaek. Special at ip't.OO
412 So. MAIfti
Tulsa's Largest Shoe MHtribuiarn
AT 318 SOUTH MAIN
ladles' soft kid Dress or Street Boot,
with hlh or low heels. They come
In colors of gray, Tolaco brown,
mahoeany, black and white. Special
I'rq-Chrlstmas sale price
318 SOUTH MAIN ST.