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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1920
OVER MEX JAUNT
Tulsa Police Inspector
Has Good Time on
Major Oharloa W. luley of tho
, lu'nil Kiiard nnd Inspector qf tlio
A; , x 'ilco force, returned jester
i, f itn Mexico where ho attended
t . in lupurutlon ceremonies of
fn obre.non, Mexleo'n new preM
i! , Daley nttendod tlio ceremon
,h as a meinrjer of Uetitennnt-Oov-i
!. r M, 15. Trapp'H official pnrty.
,! mi ii a tho Ki cutCMt country In
. ild," Daley ild yeKterdiiy
l n In- return. "Tho Mexlcnn poo-
,1 oil to bo the most entertain
' til have ever known." While
the party "took In tho
.how," Daley H.ild. livery-
u.t pnlil for by tho M ex run
Irani. At one tlmo members
, f i.i ii ty Mtrayeii nwuy rrom tlio
u' i f tho "khiik" and it H'timd of
(, . .i: soldlciii spent n half dny In
.Mt.ff theru. "And n.iy," Dulcy
c ti. i d. "1 want to k back to
jl xi' i' tiernUBit they don't know
;h. mt in nc of prohibition, ,limt ns
...nil in our special train crossed the
- i , i ii. r Ii wan stopped and two cum
,r t f.r.est of wines, wem hooked
l . From theio on' 1 lived. At every
I, .mi ii ' four or flvo varltles of the
. r rv'a best" wore Nerved, nnd
u.) '"i wanted." Daley said.
(i .rcK'in Is beloved by tho peons
rf M. cu neeo'd'tiR to Daley. Tho
r.. w ximldent rnmo frotn tho poor
, . iss. who fairly Idolize him. At
II, . In.iiiKiirntlon ceremonies, the
n vi elaborate ever held, Mexico
I ,tv jS packed. ObrcKon 1m n
tneilest man, believe. v In- economic
lv ? .icordliiB to Daley nnd at
pie-icnt has the faith and 'con-fi-ili,
of the .Mexlcnn people.
"So'KCthUift no other president hnrf
(.alu id f r years," Daley commented.
Y. W. PLANS ELECTION
'IcUi .Men Iters of lliuril of Dircc
tors to ltn C'ho-en ill MimiiImt
shlp .Meeting In 11111111111')'.
Prc.aratlon for the annual meet
Ins of il" Tulsa y. V. ( A. In the
third wick In January, whan 12 ncv(
m'li'bem will ho elucted to the
board r.f directors, by tho Koneral
membership, were mado at the
rfKUlar board mcetlnir Thursday
moinln;; at tho association. The-
nominating cunmllteo wiih Instruct
d to send lmmeillately to mem
bers, letters nsKliiK for nomlnailons
for the elglit Ulrectors wnosu terms
will ixplro In January nnd for the
elcht nlaces on tho hoard which
will become vacant by expiration of
li-rma In January and for tho four
places left open by resignation from
tlio board. Hoard memnern wno
rcelKiu'd aro Miss Constanco l.lrlch
Mrs. ltandolph Shirk, Mrs. U D.
Latham and .Mrs. V. 11. Dlllanl.
.Mrs. Minnie V. Urouson of Frank
IlnvIJIe, New York, win formally
called to tho posl.lon of houso sec
retary as kuccessor to Mrs. Jennie
I'. Ya'es, whose resignation as
matron' of tho risldenco soctlon
takes if feet December 15. Mts.
Dronson w 111 arrive next week.
'A intssaKO uf sympathy upon the
death of Miss Virginia Leonard 'a"
sent to Mr.M O. II. Leonard, a mem
ber of tho board. Miss Harriet
ance, .elty secretary for tho flQld.
fpoko h: lefty. Monthly reports
from the different departments
ncip heard. Mrs. W. N. Sill, actini;
president, was ,n chaw.
SCHOOL PLAYS TONIGHT
"I he Komnncer" mid "A Tnni) of n
("Tiiiie'' lo ll rresMileil hy
Cu-it.H or Kendal College.
Tulau lesldenls nro In thi ma'
Jorl'y among the Kendalt collegians.
wh" w.ll -tr'ad tho boards" this
fienine in tho production of "The
Iloni.n.i era" nnd "A Tune of n
Turn ' In the college auditorium
unilt-r the direction of Miss Mur
i-a. it Uyndham, head of the sefiool
or expression and public speaking
In tho throo-art French comedy,
"Tlm rtoiiiiincers." nrlnclnals whos
home.i are In Tulsa are Miss Jose
Milne I.uym.in, Hawlev Ketr, Mau
rice and Houston ICUIson, whllo
Hnrold Mc.Mnhon Is from' Mnco'ln
Neb., and ltav Fleak from MuskO'
gee. Among the "extras,'' Misses
i.lvlra Jones. Kuclllo llerlln and
ha'herinn. I'ntton hall from this
I'y. Karl Jones from lllnekwcll and
v-rnnn Hlllngton from Wagoner.
In tlio one-act Irish comedy, "A
Turn of. a Tune," Tulsa Is tho homo
fildiin of the actors, Misses Kuntce
Mi-Arthur and Huby Mao Jones,
f'harlis l'lshney and William
The evening of drama will npon
"i tho college nuilltorlum nt t . 1 n
o'cloi k this evening. The plays will
be prisonted by tho Kendall Drama
li'.nr.o and tho Theta Alpha Hit
iiutie-uit dramatic fraternity. I'ro
cfiil, will ho used In adding to the
"ap ' i mlpmi nt of the college.
l- Zlll lll...rttfl4 IIII1L-.
Third and Hoston
Formerly of Hot
lllood. Skin. Oenltn-Urlnary
nl Venereal Diseases and
'" nernl nfflco practice.
Serums, Vaccines,. Hlectrlcal
rhoiie O-iigo Hit I
City Brief b
VI, 13. I.AUDmtllA(Mf. district
manager of tho Western Tnlun and
formerly tnamtKur of tho lm.il
blanch, spent Thursday here. Ills
i.rudiiuarters aro now In ilkLiliiimu
I'KANK FINCH. SOUthwrstnm
representative of the lrvln National
hank of New York, Is In Tulni for
tho week. Itc will attend tho an
nual state meeting of bmkern at
Oklahoma City next Tuesday nnd
eiincmay. Finch utatun that
money conditions nre loosening nn
In tho east and tit-it fnrm conditions
piiunlso to improvii within a short
TIIU FOI.t.OWlNt) bankers were
Isttors In Tulsa Thursday: J. V.
Fllppln, cashier of tho Funnels
Hank and Trust company of date
more; J. M, Drowning of tho Firsi
l!tate bank of Wynono; A, '. Wise
pi es ilont of tho First National ban)
.if Ulxby; OoorKn I). Davis, presl
president of tho First .National bank
TDK KXnCUTlvT: committee o'
he American Institute of Ilauklm;
of Tulst chaptor, announces tlm
iTnnK (ireer will speak on l-Milcn I
ve Advnnenment on Tuesday nlslr
of next week when the elassen will
meet for regular general mcctltiK-
C. V. DKNKDICT, vIco-iiresMen'
ot tho Flrnt Nationnl bank, F. I'.
Walters nnd I.eo Cllntnn.'vlte-presl-dents
of tho Union National bank
will bo nmime thoie who will attend
he annual hankers' tuentlm; n
Oltlohoma City Tuesday and Wed
nesJay of next week.
Till; MKMIIICIUM of the RxchnnRe
lub, comiosed of the employes ol
he KxchanBo National bank nnd
HxchanKo Trust company, were en
ertalucd Wednesday nlKht at th"
anl. Tlio entertainment commit
ee arrniiKod for a lecture and Il
lustration on tho process of teflnlnit
tnd a "H'nK-snn" assemble finished
tho evening's program.
HORN TO Mil. AND MltS. O. IS
Summers, 006 South llostan avenue
ncrcmber 8, a son. Tho mother nnd
h.ld are at Oklahoma hospital.
OIIANT It. McCUIJXJUOlI. A. K,
'tadshaw and William II. Walker
eft yiterday on u huntlnrj trip to
Texas. They expect to hunt In the
orrltory south of San Antonio and
will ho 'nbaent for a week or ten
Mil. AND MHS. W. It. I'lUC'i:
2tll Fast Sixth street, aro the par
ents of a nun born December I.
MHS. D. C. KKH8K1Y of Ionard,
i confined In Mnrnlngslilo hospital
where sho underwent nn operatlor
vesterdiiy. Mrs. Kersey 1 tin
InUBhter-ln-luw of K. Kersey, 12C
West Ninth street.
DKCHKE of voluntary dlsHoluttor
if tho Foam Firo Apparatus com
mnv was uranted by JudRo It. Ii
Colo In district court Thursday.
MAUniAOE licenses were Issued
o tho followinc Thursday by thi
clerk of county court: J. S. I'rlce
I'alnless, Sure, Quick Is this 12-Drop
There lin't room on th time toe for a
corn snd ! or 1 drops or "OfU-lt." so
tho corn curl up. Hhrlveli anil pcols off
In our flnccis no catlly that you nre
Imply aatonUhil. tcauie you can't
Don't Ba Cora Crlppl.-U "CU-ll"
You actually wonder whether It can h
true thut you went along for month"
entlurlriK auch mlaury whei you coiiUt
have hail auch iy nd quick relief. Do
you iluuMf l'rn) II l ur rlk. Your
money cheerfully refunded If "iletult"
fdlln lie pure you set the nenulne. There
l nnthlne elue like "cuta-lt ' Hold hy
itruxglata evrrywhere: cuata but a trifle.
MM. by K, Lowrencn A Ca , Chicago -Ad
Htop that cold Is the advlco of
phytlelans nil over tho country, who
are nware of tho many ills, that start
There Is no need of tho discom
fort of colds, catarrh, nsthmn, etc.
Sewnll's Supnrene Catarrhal Jelly, n
physician's prescription, offers In
stant relief and nets as a preventive
1'r.od with lemarkahle results durlnir
the last "flu" epidemic. Oct a llibi
today, HOC. Keep your nns.il pas
saues In a healthy condition. .Sold
nnd Guaranteed by nil DniKSisls.
i.nt Wants His Money Back
"I can thank Mr. o'llrh'ti. a neigh
bor, for my recovery from severe
ollc atta lis and stomach troubio
hnt nearly, forced me lo cro.s the
river Jordan. I spent thousands of
dollnrs in the past nlnn years for
doctors nnd medicine nnd would
hhvo died but for my nclKhbnr's n,.
vlro to usi Mnyr's Wonderful Hem
nily I wish I had the money back
I spent for other medicine." It Is n
simple, harmless preparation that
-emoves tho catarrhal mucus from
the intestinal tract and allays the
Inflammation which causes pruc-
Ically nil stomach, liver and Inlcs
innl nllments. IncludlnK nppendlet
lis! One doex) will convince or money
I, Tulsa and era Ii. Moore, 22,
N'eosho, Mo j I,ouih U Cllne, 21 und
.Nina J, HlnnUard, 21, Tulsa i Henry
fork, 23 and Florence le, 21,
ulsn; D. A. Horton", 22 nnd Alvln
'liahatu, 21, Tulsa.
0 I,. NirKId'.'of Pnllfornla nr
tved In Tulsu yesterday for a visit
with his mother. Mrs. A. W. Nlekle
of the Maniuctli) hotel. Ho Is en
onto home aftir u trip to New
DKCHFt'.H of divorce were Rrant
nl In district court Thursday to
T scphlne (tteffeii aKalivt William rl.
tteffen. (.'harliuo l'nrks nsalnHt
Hubert M. l'arks.
llVIM.12 SUTTON, former Okla
lomn City newspaiierman nnd now
n the advertising business there,
as In Tu1h.i Thursday. .Sutton, who
' rmerly lived In llartlesvllle, In well
lino nn here.
f'Al.irOHM.W TO HI'KAK II HUH
IMul rinillay. Fruit 3rower Sciti.
tary. to Aililu-xt .MerelianlM
l'.iul Flndl.iy, secretary of the
" llfornla Fruit Orowers exchnnce.
w ll siieak before tho l!"t.il Msl
linntM iissoi 1 itlmi on "Methods of
Modern Morehahdls'.InK" tit S o'clock
ltiinlay evening In the inunlclpai
udltorluin, It was announced yis
'rday bv W A. It.iyson. serretan
if the Itetnll Mi-rih:ints assmlatlon
Invitations to hear the sneaker will
io sent to nil the merchants In the
ItV nnd the general nubile Is ino
invited. Mr. l'lndlny, who 'spoko
here last yiar. Is considered nn an-
horlty In buslners nlialrs,
Mlil-I'ii. llliiin Co-di'ii.
Young Women employes of tho
Mid-tin, cnnituny. who won tile
uislness women's silver loving cup
it u recent business women's stunt
llnner In the V. W, C. A., gavo n
'Jluner In the Y. W. C. A. Thursday
veiling for members of tho Cosden
Iteflnery Olrls' club, their closest
lvals for the run, The hatchet wns
burled by tho iinom cs," who voted
unanimously not to allow coinpeii
Inn to Intet foro with mutual friend
liness. llahy Horn to Skinners.
Mr. nnd Mrs. I'. D. Sklnnor, 1710
South Ownsso, nre the parents of a
six-pound baby hoy, born on wru
U. S. ARMY SURPLUS
1 0 9
We Are Not
109 South Boston One Block South of Frisco Depot
Cedar 1105 Lee HarrinRton, Manager
Sand Springs Branch 19 E. Second Street, Opposite Liberty Theater
Y. W. SECRETARY
Says Work of Association
Here Outclasses Any
Tulsa's y. W. (.'. A. building Is the
best equipped III the southwest field,
of Oklahoma, Texas and New
Mexico, nnd tho local association
work among tho most active and
progressive In tho field, Miss Har
riet H. Van, e, new i d sec
retary for this section, said Thurs
day lollonlng her arrival ftnin the
Dullas lieadiiiiarterH an n field 1 1 If.
Of the 11 cltv nsioi liilloni In the
couthwest. Tlllsj Is linn of I hi" three
having a building. Miss Vunoo Mild, illation or new mourners on .Monilaj
The only other illy association In innitilng nnd to other groups mi
(.Jklahoiua Is at Oklahoma tiltv. lOiher occihluiiN, Hint will go to
Miss Vance, wIhkc duty Is to ad-1 oklahi-ma City early next wei k.
vlsu with city iismii i.iuons concern-' -
Inir their work, spoke esturiUy to IIhIit'm glfl n found In rlnwl
tho hoard of dlrecloiH and a group riuilliin lil- HhIih ii m I eiriy ila
of business women Slie wilt talk iinlll I lirlMMiii ilvt.
Covar with wt lurtlnff soa
itetwatd apply enlly
Octt 17 Million Jan Uttd YtaAy
Connected With Any Other
. a n
CHRISTMAS IS NEAR
But Be Wise Be a Practical Giver
Below is a list of a few of our many hundred of
articles. Purchase from our stock and rave money.
Come in and inspect the quality of the merchandise.
coats in high grade
materials. Some have
raccoon collars and
wool linings; others
gabardine living. In
light and dark tan.
You can purchase
coats elsewhere as
low priced as these,
but we offer you
quality worth t wli c e
the amount asked.
$29.50 to $57.50
Corduroy rldlnK breeches:
new; nt gti.HT,
Army O. D. overcoats, re
issued, nt 97.Hr,
M o I e s k I ii coats; short
letiKths, nt SH.H.-.
A complete line of rain
coats. Army teamsters' caps, now
it SI. .Hi
Union Suits, new... $1.65
O. 1). Army Wool lilouses
Army IJelts 25c
Heavy Wool Hose. . .50c
New Model Canteens, 95c
Jersey Gloves, pair. 20c
The above iteois are but a
few of our many hundreds.
I LLV aLL&LLLB Hav mm laB tB HI M M M
m m'jm era m io
Tho bedy of lt.ilph W. Manlj, 30
years old, who died late Tilcsdav
lltght at his home, G02 South Main,
nftif six ueehs of Illness, will b
shipped to Manhattan. Kan . his
boyhood home, this morning. In
torment will tako plum them sem
Unto this week. Maul) mis pres.
dent of tho Dratighon's Itiislue.
eollego lu Tuls.i. lie had bei u as
soclaled with tho Diiinghous eoi
leges fur siileral years and has here
president of tho school hete for
about n year. ,
Ilo was a member of bot'i th
Masons and the HHts. Ilesldis hi
wife ho Is suriived by two you ii,
with staff tuetnbeis Friday morning
H the high school v. r A In
Comfort Your S!;in
W ith Cuiicura Soap
and Fragrant Talcum
nAp,nirtfnmt,TalMni,lV tvryKrr. HrWi
(M of ClUtltft LhtAtri4J, (f I X,MJiti,llM
in feci Milk Chocolato
Mother Nature Is the mnniclun
who puts the titty cordial In Vuisar
Selected, imported whole cherries ore
dipped in cream and chocolute coined.
The candles ate then ripened In the
chill room until nature turns the ivhvli
cherry Into n emooth, delicious cordial.
Air your flection
1 0 9
Store in Tulsa
Ituhher Iviced Hoots, fabric tnps
und wati'rprfiof throughout: jier
Leather ruttoes; excellent Krado
Herniation Oovernniimt Onrrl
Hon Shoes; Bovernmont Inpecl-
ed. per pair 7.H5
Officers' Dress Siloes, pair 7,H5
Itlissett .Shoes 7..VI
Hip Hoots from the ilrltlsh K"V
ernm"nt'H unpins stock Our
company has purchaseil one car
load of these. Just tho thlni; for
huntlnc. I'alr J.'.H.I
I'. S. Army llobnnll Shoes; tho
best work shoe obtainable, I .'.
ileniilno C.oiernment Chocolato
MiiicIiIiik Shoes $11.15
Overall nnd Jumpers; new;
heavy r.ide, each . . . SI, Mi
Cninph'te lino of ;,i'.itlier Hoots,
pair SH.fHI lo S'J'J.Mt
A complete line of Army
Wool Khlits, renovated but
In perfect condition SI!..',
.Sweaters, wool and eoui-n,
pi leert from JH.RS to .. l.',o
Hlue, heavy welitht Work Shuts,
New Army U. 1) Wool Shirts,
heavy welKht, full cut. double
Army ( D. IllanklR, re
Issued, nt Sr..H3
Or.iy "I (1'iveriinii in Hbin
kits, full i7.i lib' sued. Sl.lir,
At my Khaki I'buse.'i h.'h'
letter than a Jumper for out
Connie's" Latest "Good References"
At the Strand Starting Today
111 preceillnir comedy succooeH.
"niiHtnnce TalmndKo has been KUllty
t many endearlnu hut uauRhtv
The Inimitable slur has officiated
is nn expei t In affairs of the hear!
iMirclifii for n slum r with nintislmt
Saturday Is the Last Day of
Lyons' 8th Anniversary Sale
Here are values in footwear that arc without a doubt tho greatest importance wo
have ever offered on reliable quality goods.
These bargnns are bound to attract many buyers, so we ask all who can, to shop
in the mornings wo can give you bettor service.
Your last day In which to buy Men's Women's and Children's Houso Slippers at
ONE-F1F1TI OFF. 20 discount.
Daniel Greens, "Cumfy" Slippers, Standard "Cozy Toes," Dogville "E-Z" nnd
Blum's "Kreepawa" Felt Slippers in all the newest stylos nnd colors.
Don't Buy Cheap Shoes for Your Boy
You may save a trifle nt the time of purchase through buying cheap shoes lor
your boy but pnying a little more insures a groat deal longer service. We con
sider SERVICE first price afterward pricing our shoes at a very narrow mar
gin that you may have utmost value. By buying them now you save an extra
dollar. We give you a dollar back with every pair at $5.00 and up.
Big Girls' Shoes at
Not since before tho war have -n
aide to sell you good all solid leather
shoes at such a price. Patent kid vamps
with kid and cloth tops; turn and welt
soles; plain, nnd tips; low heels; excep
tional values nt $&.0() and $15.00
Men! Let's Have It Over With!
Why cut off tho tail an inch at a time? Normal value o8
business and confidence depend upon the return of the dol
lar to adequate buying power.
Hard on some of us, but why quibble about it? The friends
we make now, at the price of our profits, will be our friends
when everything is squared around. Our men's shoes are
all marked on replacement prices; $18 shoes are marked
down to $1(1.50; all $10.50 shoes repriced to $15.00; all
$15.00 shoes repriced at $13.50; $12.00 and $12.50 shoes
are all $10.00.
Buying your shoes Salurdny you save nnother dollar
$10.00; you save $2.00 on shoes from $11.00 to $15.00
stvles about $15.00
consequence;, and even defied con
vention by accnptliiK tin) hospttnllty
it five nice old "daddleii," for a week,
without a chapuron. Hut In her
latest I 'll nt National Attraction,
"I loud Heference.'l," which wilt bu
Women's Shoes at
Kinds that sold for $8.00, $10.00 and $12.00. Short
lines of Womori's Fine Lace and Button Boota, patent
kid, dull kid, vici kid ; kid and cloth tops; black, brown,
gray and combinations ; not all sizes of each stylo, out
you will find sizes from l'j to 7 in the lot. Anniversary
Sizes arc 4 to
Sale price . .
rl I Tr1 1
115 South Main
shown at the Strand theater, com
mencing Sunday, Connlo nearly over
steps tho holder of playfulness,
when shu sets fire to HrldKOt Mul
ligan's hoardlm: luiuseH, commonly
known as .lournuy's Und, Advt.
Little Chaps' Shoes at
Any child would be delighted to have a
pair of theso little red top, white top,
black top button shoes for Christmas.
on all styles from $5.00 to
and you savo $3.00 on all
ad :i i