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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1920
N C PERKINS I I Y
I LILIAN C PERKINS
A HIT ' III MAN NATUItli
Till! IlKJlltl gtc.imcd.
Tho ulr stung ut h frosty breath.
Through Itii' shadows,
Cuino vJiImm rlncd
1 Of ilrail Ii'iiVi ri.
i Homo shivering upon bouchs
fOUii'ls nhlskcd to ouuh by
, night blunt.
' Thii mystcty of nutuin
). llrr changing moods
; Hum; about Dm w andcror
f And tin liitti !
lAiuklu; t'liKtirly forward
To tlio SHOWS
i Anil it'KHiirully
To Din soft dying summer-
I Of roues.
Mary Hinlth linker.
t Mrs. William IIhthIh Walker's
luprhenii fur Miss .Mary (luiilil Hill
;:- K.is.ikuu dill) will I I Mi dnneo III
Kendall Drama Icnguo anil Tliola
'"AlRlia l'hl fraternity will prtHunl
L "1 ho ltomuiicors" ami "Tuno of n
Community Lyceum presents Cap
t tu4n llruru lliilrnsfalher In lecture,
Hycchkn choral practlco for 1). A.
h 11. paget, library, 7130 o'clock.
I C'olunlui HrlilKQ club with Mm,
I Itulph W. Mitchell,
V. I). O.'a Plan Clirtatmaa enwr.
At the. regular muottnit held Wed
nesday by Clement A. Kvans chapter,,
Unit Ml Daughters of tho Confudci-
IP ncy, Jim. C. II. Lynch as hostess, h-
Killed by Mm. k, Kurrcii jiayuou
nnd Mrp, John Y. Murry, nr., mom
! tiers or tlilx oiimnlzutlou nont their
usual quoin of money to the Ard
ft inoru soldier's humu to conlrlbulf
L to tho annual Uli.teuan tree held
F, thcio fur tho old soldiers If tho
J, Confederacy. Tho membera nlt
1 gave 00 toward tho homo belnf
P built near Maud Springs for anaged
it veteran, this being a part of thu
f fund which haa boon nUKmcnti'd by
money by tho Sons of Conroaeratu
Veteran", Btandwalto cump Ci Tulsa,
and oinurH tnttircstod In tho vvorthl-
I nraa of tho cauiie. At tho meeting
J held Wednesday, artlclos of furnl-
turo woro pledged an woll nil provl-
ri aions lor i no mruor wnen tn iiui
i 1a completed. Mrs. W. W. HtumpI
and Mrs. Kulo 1). Kasllanrt woro ro-
B colved us new mombcrs. Mrs. War-
Y ren Teusdalo nml Mrs. isnnea.wero
h gueata. Tho program was lit charge
gf of Mra. a. C. Hplllcm. liUtorlan.
V Mm. Vernon Smith Biivn excerpta
! from Irvln H.Cobb and Mm. Kakea
nave a reading, "Thu Angela and tho
fc Hhvphord," from Hen llur and to
V, an encore, gave a beautiful poem
fc from James Whltcomb ntioy.
f.; tr Clmrltr.
E At the coneluiton of tho Iccturo
K to bo given tonight In Convention
s!hIl by Captain llruco ItalrnHfuther,
canoona. will uo uutnum-u un, hid
proceodu to bo UHcd for ChrlHlmuH
ithnF iif -rt,M nil wtifi nimin iiiu
(World Laugh In Ita UarkeHt Hour,"
la tun minion uaoa in leu oc inu
Ualrnafather cartoon, Doubtlcaa
tho play glvon hero during tho punl
oaaun by Uo Wolf Hopper In the
Wkn 11flnM 'nln' ..fill lift milium.
K bered "Olo HtU and his two pal.
) aervlng In tho nrmy of tholr coun-
ir, aervcu hb tmujecm lor .miiun
Halrnafuthcr'u fluitoua cartooni.
They uro flno mementoes of the
world war and thoso hcurlng Wio
lecture tonight, "Uld Hill, Mo and
thu lliciimo Tux," H prnaenlvd by
Captain llalrnnfathcr, will bo Inter
naiad In tho mirchaxe of Lhesu pic
turna for thu two-fold cauno: for
their worth and for the aako of
bringing Christmas cheer Into the
heiirta of thn uoor here In Tulsa.
In other cities. Just of lute, thts hoa
tinain iinnn with tno rrsun oi liiiina
If. to coffers of that, lund thai nuiv
I, the strlck at tho glad aeaaon-
I' KuiiM !uoi Club.
: Mrs. Charles llano was hostean
WcdneidHy to tho Hans Houol brldfte
olul) at her homo in aiupio Jim :y
luncheon was nerved at l:3U o'cloca
after which thu sume was played
Mrs. Charloa Conneely, Mrs. Chester
KUIott und Mra. John HUk ivoro
victorious. Chrlstmiis colora pro
vailed, htilly and mlstlctou brluutuX
their mesaaBo or tno iipproacntii
Holiday HcaNon. Mrs. U. K. Kli-m
hach und Mra. F. Don llakor worn
special Kucnts. Un l"rlduy ovcniiiR,
members and their hUHbaiiUa will be
entertained in tho honu of Mrs
Connuely, Mesdames A. A. Kennedy,
J. It. Queen and Charles Jlano I tins
hostrsw. Mm. Kennedy will en
tertain the club ut its next rc.'iil.ir
had niiiTiimlird to dinl'i .iflrr nil
oicratlni undergniii' u f-uv days into
for nppi ndlrllM. Til" l.oioaid
f.uully, oiiii (if the must Invi'd In I lie
elty, urn ri i:cl vlmr the ilcepey iym
pathy from fro mis v.hiwu. xih'f
mrh ki-ii thnl this fair youni; ;lil -Hi'
t'lllh Clulnlliuii Trii',
Thd I'topla iluli twil mc.'t Thit's
il.iy aftt'inmiii, Decemliri' If,, s Hi
Attn. (i. U Chitni.'clliir, wlif i lio i,n
niml t'hllstliUiH tri'ii of the 'lut Mill
he a fi'iiturn anil I In- ('xcIiiiiikh of
Klfm on thlN ouiiMiiu will 'Mmplfy
Hie Hplilt of K',,. ihvlll t'xlutliu l'
Iwueii I liu iiiumlivii.
Tho Iiillf-n' lllliln i uiC4 of the
flint M. n. rli un li, v 1 1 1 uvul In the
linicmi'Ht of tUo rlmreli on I'rldny
evening lnneiid of In 1 1 homo of
Mrc. Thurman, fur tha reuui.ir
('hnnun of Miili-.
Thn limiuur.u ilul, has chaiiKxil
the date of Its foi mill dinner
dance, an annual ('hilstmu fun Hon
given ly HiIh chili, from liee mlier
it, Christmas ec, to December
Hio event to Im clven In llotul
Mrs. L. I,. Ilrundrid win) hnstrss
Mondny In hn Country club nt an In
formal luncheon In honor of .Mrs.
Itenjamlu lliumlreil or I'lttS'
I it I K 1 1 . I'"., mother of Mr. Ununited,
haii been hero on a fortnight's vl.itt.
MrM. Chillies II. JiiIiiiniiii will en
tertain tho lion Ton ItrldK" dub on
Tuesday nfternoon, December 14.
I 'or Oiniilni Mat ron.
Mrs. U. J. Ilracknuy rntertalneil
with it flve-labl'i auction brldgo
party on Thursday afternoon, com
plimentary to Mrs. C. U Hykea of
Omaha, Nuh., who Ih visiting1 hur
sister, Mrs. A, K. Dawson.
The Mum aluh will nice, with Mrs.
B. W. Ilanco on Monday Afternoon,
at whloh time a bnmiHl will lis
given for the Chrls'inurf cheer fund.
Mrs. II. (lartner has returned
home t(i Kansas City, after a visit
to hur son, Mr. Lyons Oartner und
Mm. Oartner, nml nlwcr, Mm.
Oeorgo T. Williamson of tho Walker
Mrs. J. Irvln KVuns of Town City.
Iowa, arrlrrt yesterday to visit her
"Madonna and Child" Canvas
Is on Exhibition in Tulsa
I (In tiKlit r r Wednesday, December 8,,
; in the home of Mr. and Mrs. William
i.loyd lvi, 1621 .South Newport
ivi mn.' aim, j.ewis anil oauu win
arrive homu In about thieo weeks.
Mrs. Ileber Skinner of Vlnltu Is
the Biiest of Mm. Charles W, Kllnt,
ami lrs. Flint nt their homo, 705
'South Cheyeann nvenuo.
Mr. and Mra. W. II. Compton of
Trenton, Now Jorsey, who havo been
This picture, "Tho Yotinfr Mndonna" by nmigercnu, first exhibited at
at tho runs Kalon In laoo, is nno of u collection of pictures helm; shown
at the consumers I'ulnt and raper company. The cost is 3U,uuo
brother, Mr. W. K. llrlmni nml Mrn.
Ilrlruin, of Tulsa. Mm. 10. llrlmm of
Muscatine, town. Is nlwo u visitor of
her son, Mr. llrlmm and fumlly.
brother, Mr. K.ununl It. Dyo and
Mrs. Dyo on Hotcdalo avonuc, havo
returned to their home, but prob
ably will return shortly to make
tuisu tliulr Home.
Mm. Iji l'relle Flint has returned
to her home In New York City ofter
n visit hero to Mrs. Frunk L. Mooru
und Mr. Moore.
A telegram received from St.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. flllcsnle.
luft Weilncsday- night to spend thu
winter In Los AnKeles, Cat., and In
rhocnlx, AUx. In thu latter place
they will visit thelr'aon, Mr, llcriiard
Ulllrsplu ami wife.
Mrs, Ilobert K chambers has us
her houso guest her slstur, Mlsi
Annu lllordun, who will remain her
until after the holidays, when she
will return to school In ,.ow
Young Oscar Mitchell, Jr., is the
nurno of tho young son who camo
Tueilay, December 7, to gladden the
home of Mr, and Mrs. Young O.
Mr. mid Mrs. William ('. Hilton
and daughter Mls F.llraheth 111, ton
of Chicago, will upend the Christmas
holidays with .Mrs. union's nome
folk, Mr. ind Mrs, H. (I, Wilson.
Mrn. John W. Cunningham H con
fined to tho home of her sister. Mrs.
Harry L. Ktcwaft, on nccount uf 111-
Alleged llurglar Shut Hi OfHcrr Is
(inluliu,' Strength as lt'ult of
Second 0H-ralloii, ltcH)rt
Forest Paul, ullcgcd burglar, who
was shot In the abdomen by Grunt
Tucker, merchant policeman, when
tho officer apprehended Paul In
company with two other men In tho
in t of burglarizing tho Hall Furnish
ing More, 119 South Main, Saturday
night, November 27, will piubably
ii cover, nominal aiienucnls reported
last night. Paul suffered la per
forations of his Intestines when
TticlfT shot him as ho nt tempted to
It was at first believed Hint PnUl
did not have a chanco tn recover
but a second operation was per
formed three days ago und slnco
then liu Iiiih been steadily gaining In
strength. JiiHt as soon ns hn Is able
villi will be transferred to the hos
pital ward In thu county Jail and
chargm of burglary will bo filed
against him, authorities suy, Paul
still refuse to divulge thu Identities
of Ijls escaped accomplices in the
Mr. and Mm. James Nullson. Jr.,
who huvu been residing ut Hi WW
Ninth street, are now domiciled In
tho Springer apartments, sultu C,
Mm. Cleorn" Parker of Nardln,
Okla.. Is visiting Mm. W. .1. Wansey
for tho Chrlstmiis holidays.
Svw Tel'VliniK' IHrcr-tory
New telephone directory goes tn
nreiN soon. Arrange for changes
und advertising space now Advt.
here on u visit to Mm. Comptoh's1 Loula nnnounecH tho birth of a
Slate's Author itu in
Rail Dispute Is Up
WASHINGTON, Dec. 9. The
question of a state's authority to re
nulro n railroad to maintain n spe
cific schedule was presented to the
supremo court today In tho appeal
brouuht by tho St. Louis and San
Francisco railway from regulations
of the Missouri public service com
mission. Under tho commission's
order the railroad was requested to
divert two liilcistuto trains dully
from Its main Hun to tho city of
Curuthcrsvll e. which previously had
been served by thu road. Tho order
wan attacked us a "burden on Inter
state commercu" but was upheld by
thu lower court.
For each rind every new order wo
receive thlouuh the lnfluencu or rcc
ommendutlon of any person wu will
do freu 7r cents In ulcamug or press
Inc for tho Demon who recommended
us. of course we know you will not
solicit for UHjiut If you havo a null
to clean or picas and your neighbor
has somo cleaning or presmng aim
you both send to us wo will allow
7f. cents off mi vour bill for each
friend or neighbor. Our work Is
first class, our service- Is tho best.
our courteous treatment will suroly
please you. Wo spcclalizo on rollm
Ing. repairing, replcntlnir nnd nc.
cordlon pleating. Up to Date clean
oru. Phono Osage 2H69. Advt.
Save $3 to $6 on Every Pair
A. O. Ilrldgo.
Mrs. Chat lea F, Colvln wns Inite-u
Wednosduy to membco of the A. O.
Ht'lilKo club, entertaining in tho
home of Mm. Harry L. CannaJy.
Mrs. J, C. Uuddlii inadu high score,
Mrs. Oeralil F. llenedlct sco,-!iM
next and Mrs. lluymond Honulaud
making low, A onu.coursu luncheon
wus served on thu t iblei After tho
Kumo. Tho club will not moo; du.itn j
in reguluf session until after the1
holldiiys, but annnunco that tin
wilt glvo u churlty brldgo in tno
Klks club on somu dato to bj un
nounced for next wuek when they
ink tho public to coma and pluy.
donating what thuy will to the fund
thu club li raising to asi'.ut with
helping tho poor at Cltrlitinua tide,
Griof for Mr, und Mrs. Tynaril,
Widespread sorrow swept cvor
Tulsa yesterday v. hen the news c.ime
from Columbia, Ohio, that Mine Vir
ginia Leonuru, daughter of Mr, nml
Mm. O. II. Ix'onard of this city, a
student at thu University of Oln )
Second Floor ,
Every pair carries a r Guarantee of Satisfaction
or rauncy refunded
GORDON'S 11 BOOTERIE
Successor to PICKERING'S
Third and Main Street Rofoinson Building
HOPE HELD FOR PAUL
OPPOSE GOVERNMENT BASIS
I'runty of Tulsa Jlbrli Kays Plan of
(Jovrrnnicnt ICmploycn ClliKipular
Vigorous opposition to any plaai
whereby school teachers would bo
placed on n basts of worklngrcondi
tlons similar to that of thu goverin
mtnt class of employes, as proposed,
according to n letter from tho Nn
tinnnl I'.d cation nsaoclatlou at
Washington, by thn reorganization
committee of government employes,
was volccfl Thursday by Merlu ('
Prunly. principal of Tulsa high
Teachers nil over the United HtnteB
are objecting to this step, nccordlng
to Prunty. Prunty touches .,.
clpal objection by statlnK ht
profe.lon which demands a, nu?
personal effort and elastb v u .!'
could be Intrusted to the I innr '
automatic workings of a goM.,"
Says Ho Didn't Steal sitlt
Kmmctt Slttcy, .negro nc Us, ,!
stealing a suit of clothes vniui m
75 from Will .Hodge, ;j xor(h
Unrtford avenue December 7
tered 11 pten of nql guilty ' i,,'
n, 1 iiiKiiiiirui Minn 1: JIIFIIf I
flray Thursday. Tho defendant
ntin under nonu ot (Don for
llmlnarv hearing Decembi'r U
Pragcr's Paris Fashion Shop
Ad on Pages 12 and 13
Hunt 's Daily 'Store News
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1920.
. Friday and Saturday
Items Here Are Greatly Under priced
ruble llncni In tho heavy, Kngllsh mer
"erixed und tho all-pure linen damasks,
in beautiful now designs, priced) per
yard 11.50 and up to $8.00
Napkins, to match linens, (priced per
dozen $U..'.0 up to $25.00
All-llnen Tablo sets, beautiful deBtenn.
priced per set ....$16.50 up to $2.1.00
Mercerized lunch clothB In assorted sizes
ind sizes. Pi Iced $1.35 up to $3.75
All-llnen towels, hemstitched and fnncy
damask borders, with place for nano
gram. Priced each . . . .85c up to $2.50
Fancy Turkish bath', towels In assorted
colors and designs 85c up to $1.85
Fancy Turkish guest towels In nssorted
colors. Priced, each I0u nnd 50c
Turkish bath sets In pink, blue nnd malzo
very nttractlvo packages, priced per
set $2.25 up to $5.50
Crochet and on tin bed spreads Jn em
broidered cut corners and plain. Priced,
each $5.00 up to $15.00
3R-lncli flno cambric muslin; tho 00c
quality. Hpcclal, yard f.3flu
K-lncli fine cnrnbrlo muslin, tho C5c
quallt;'. special, yard 38c
SC-lnch soft nainsook finish cambric
muslins, tho CSc quality. Special, yard,
nil-inch extra fine, soft finish cambric
muslin, tho 7Cc quality, Special, per
10-ynrd bolts of Kncllsh lonir cloth, soft
chamois finish,, thu 7.2 5 values, special,
per bolt $5.14
10-yard bolts of Kncllah nainsooks, fine,
sheer duality; tho $7.75 values. Hpoctal,
per boll . ., $5.82
Chlmopat nainsook, un extra nlre, flno
quality In wblto und flesh. Hox of 10
yards, tho J8.:'5 values. Special, per
Imported Japanese nainsooks, beauti
ful quality, 42 Inches wide; box of 10,
yards, tho $13.50 values. Special, per
36-Inch bleach muslin, tha 35c quality.
Special, per yard 18c
3-lnch bleach muslins, th40c quality.
Special, per yard ....Mo
.".6-Inch bleach muslin, tho EGc quality.
Special, ,por yard 30c
rr,c quality Indian Head muslins. Special,
per yard . .88c
36-Inch unblaachcd muslins, of fine,
lonit staple, cotton, tho 30c quality. Spe
cial, per yard .,. .....lBc
36-Inch unhloaehcd Sen Tslnnd muallns.
the 37!!ic quality. Spoclal. yard ....2fle
40-lnrh unbleached flno Sea Island mus
lins, tho SOc qunllty. Special, yard ..30o
Flno sheer cambric muslins. Special 36
inch flno cambric muslins, tho regular
GOo quality. Special, yard 35c
36-inch sheer nainsook finish cambric
muslin, tho COc quntlty. Special, por
Jlleaclied Shlrtlnca In Pullman and Tep
C-4 bleached shlrtlnR reduced to..$0c
7-4 blenched shlrtlnff reduced to..85o
S-4 bleaclicd shlrtlni? reduced to.. 70c
10-4 bleached shirting reduced tn.,ft.1n
Hloached crash toweling in plain, also,
buck with satin stripe, an excellent 3Ms
toweling. Special, priced 23o
Kxtrn heavy outing flannels In solid
colors, tho 40c quality, per yard . ...21c
.16-Wh dress nnd whirling percales, tho
SOc quulltles to go Monday for 38u
All table linens, napkins, luncheon sets
and lunch cloths will bo reduced.
At a 20 Discount,
Taken from our regular stock of flnn dolls.
There nro more than CO dolls i it the lot and
pei hups nnniu 20 different sizes und styles
snmn dressed, Some baby d.olls, character
dolls nnd others with moving eyei
SMi'l:il for I'rlduy ami Saturday, Prlonl
From $1.30 to $20.00
A most complete,
showing for boys
nnd girls, regard
less of their C'gcs.
The HUNT u
Main Street Holwcen Third and I'ourlh
In a most com
moderately priced .
TcnUi nnd Main Klrc-tH