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TULSA DAILY WORLD, MONDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1920
CHURCH VOTES TO
MEET IN THEATER
Trinity Episcopal Is Too
Small for the Mem
bership I PLEDGES "GO OVER"
Rector Crum Says More
.Money Than Asked Given
to Carry on Work
;another Y LEADER COMING
Mlsa lUco to Comtitet Institute nt
a.tMM'ititioit iti iVhniiu),
MlfM Ann VV Dir. ...lirti..- ...M.t,
secretary for cltlr-H fur the liiitlon.il
Miuru or uio l. w. r. ,., linn licim
local association to conduct a two
wrci iiimiiuto ror rniKious ciluc.e
tlonal load it Iktii January 31 to
February 12. lnilltit; and u-ui'hltiK
of ri'llKlout IioiIIch or girt Kroupi
will bu taught In tho Institute which
will ho Olirn to wtini n tfiiftii.rM fiii-i
nil women In tho community folio
nro Kumlny tclioiil teacher r lead-
ith in uiuds anu Kruu)3 or youtiK
Mini Hlco Ih an expert Itt her line,
ll.'llltll hill! n ti'l.ln i l.irl.in.t Itnlli
an u Kener.il Hucrotary ami a teacher
licciuso tho Trinity Kplscop.il
cnur It auditorium Is only large
Urge rnouh to accommodate about
300 persons, H has been voted by
th' m mlioru to hold the morning
tcr. is during tho Christmas ca
t .n nt tho M.ijestlco theater, Kotirth
a .,i Main streets.
Tlio first of theso meetings was
1,, I .Sunday mornlni:, and more
tlian iOO persons wcro present,
doi.li.' tho number that could be
scat' tl nt the church, l'lth street and
' flu "tiatl avenue.
' At tho Hunday mo.rnlnR meeting
In Hp thrater n. referendum voto
was taken as to whether futuro
mi'Cli.KS Hhould bo continued In tho
theater or at tho church and by a
cl(.ir majority it was decided that
f .r t'l- next our meetings at least,
the .Majestic theater bo used for the
On Sunday Dr. Samuel N. Wat
ton, former rector of Holy Trinity
In 1'arls, France, occupied tho pul
pit, preaching upon "Child Irfto."
Ho emphasized tho need for par
ents to hold up constantly beforo
their children tho need for ad
herence to right Ideals.
Rev. It. H. Crum, rector of Trinity
church, announced that tho bazaar
held last Tuesday nt Convention hall
here netted moro than $2,000 clear.
Ho also announced that tho cam
., pajgn pledges for 1921, which wero
fixed nt ?l-,000 for tho current ex
penses and 2,770 for bcnovolcncc
had been moro than raised, the
members giving and pledging $16,
600 and $4,000, respectively.
LANGW0RTHY RITES TODAY
Official of Onlf I'lpo Iilno Co. to Be
Hurled Prom Uio Cliurcll.
Obsequies for Col. II. 1. Lang
wotthy, assistant trensurcr of tho
Gypsy Oil and Gulf Tipo Lino com
panies, who died Saturday, will bo
held at 2:30 p. m. Monday from tho
Tirst Presbyterian church. The
Masons nnd llov. C W. Kerr will
be in charge
Interment will bo In nose Hill
W. C. T. U. MEETING CALLED
Mrs. H 11 Clulow in lie In Charge of
Tho North Side W. C. T. U. will
meet Wednesday afternoon at 2:30
P. m.. at tho home of Mrs. K. W,
Ulanchard, 420 North Frisco avenue.
Tito program will bo in chargo of
Mrs. Clulow, Buperintcndcnt of
Mothers' meetings and White Itlbbon
Recruits of tho North Sldo union.
12 Pallbearers Needed
For Champion Fat Man
SACKAMENTO. DISC. 12. Twelve
pallbearers wore required nt the
funeral ot Josoph Krabcck, htld
hero today. Krabeck, who claimed
to bo tho champion fat man of tho
world, weighed C40 pounds. Ho
died when doctors attempted to re
move fat from his abdomen to save
his life. A specially 'constructed
casket was necessary.
The quarter of a mil
lion women who own
and use Apex Suction
Cleaners a r e daily
thankful for the ease,
a n d efficiency with
which they keep their
homes clean. Cleanli
ness is so available
with an Apex, and it is
cleanliness that pays
dividends in comfort,
beauty, health a n d
tUCTRIC SUCTION CLEANS
7 E. Sixth Cedar 265
GAS COMPANY TO
GET HIGH RATES
CHIEF ALLEN IS BURIED
Mnwons Illrret Olirmes for Former
Henri of l'ollcc Font" Two
Two services wero held Sunday
for Charles 13. Allen, former chief
ot police of TuKi, who died late
last week from Injuries received In
an nutomobllit nccident, after which
tho body was Interred in ltoso Hill
Tho first, or tho Kndnsh cere
mony, was held right after midnight
Sunday morning nt the First Pres
byterian church, tho Masons offi
ciating. At this tho impressive fu
neral program of tho Masonic bodies
was given In detail.
Tho concluding obsequies were
held at tho Presbyterian church nt
2:30 p. m. with Itev. C. W. Kerr
preaching tho sermon, nnd tho
Mnsons again being in charge. A
largo number of policemen, led by
Chief J. A. Gustafson, also attended.
City Attorney Duncan
Mis ImVIca )llor Ucntl.
Miss IiVlca Oliver, n milliner, died
Sunday afternoon nt her home, 1203
South Cheycnno avenue, after an Ill
ness ot three days., Sho had been a
resident of Tulsa for the past nlno
yenrn. Funeral arratiRomentu will
not bo perfected until out-of-town
relatives arrive. Miss Ollvor Is sur
vived by threo sisters, Mrs. Anglo J.
Hemenway of St. Joseph, Mo.: Mrs.
Alice Shumate of Heed Springs, Mo.,
nd MIsh Josephine Olive of New
York city, nnd ono brother, David
Ollvor of Hushing, Ark.
Utile hope Is rntertnlned by
Frank H Duncan, city nttorney of
Tulsa, who returned home late Sat
urday night from Oklahoma City,
whete he h.id been In attendance nt
the hearing ot the Oklahoma Nat
ural Gas lompany'M petition for In
trended rates before the Oklahoma
corporation comtnlion, that the
commission will adjudge the pres
ent schedule adequate. The conimls.
slon Is expected to announce Its de
cision about Wednesday, Decem
"I think that tho commission will
give the iras company an Increase
In rates," s.ild Mr. Duncan," but
whether II will be as largo ns the
corporation asks for, or a compro
mise Increase, I do not know. 1
base my statement on tho an
nounced views of the members of
the commission that public service
corporations should have a Just and
adequate coinpc iiratlon for their
Mr. Duncan said that he held the
view that the city of Tulsa should
lose no time but file n Petition with
the corporation commission for the
right to Inaugurate henf a rnne
rate. Identically the same progratn
that the gas omti.itly seeks to in
voke nil over Oklahoma.
On December 21 the commission
will open tho hearings on tho nppll
cations of the Southwtvjtern Hell
Tclophnno company nnd tho Tulsn
Street Hallway company for author
ity to ralso tholr rates.
Fnpald tolop'hnno bills for Decern
her nro past due. If not paid by r.
p. ni. or the Kith, scrvico will bo urn
TO DEDICATE NEW CHUflCH
Tho new Ceiv.ral Chrlf.lan church
will bo dedicated next Sunday morn
ing at tho 11 o'clock service., Tho
Hoverend J. N. McCash of JCnld,
president of Phillips university, will
dedicate tho now church located nt
Onrden City on tho Sand Springs car
Tenth and Main Streets
210 Rlconrds Hldg.
Third and Hoston
Tulsa, Ok la.
Formerly of Hot
Hlood, Skin, Genlto-Urinary
and Voneroal Diseases and
general offlco practice.
Scrums, Vaccines, Electrical
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on High Class Tul.sn Ileal
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Note Change of Location
WEATHER AIDS CONCERT
Organ Solos anil Violin .Vtintlicrs I
Ailil to l.njo) incut ot the Crowd,
The week iv nubile orKan le.ltul
by Hrnest Prang Stamm was again I
the magnet wlili h drew ,i huge mul
of people to tho Fllrsl Christian
church Sunday afternoon. I'lcnsan
Weather made the recital one of the
best attended of tho winter season.
If nnv one organ composition
could b said to find mote favor
than another, II was the group of
four otgan solos which closed the
progratn. These weie "Souvenir,"
by Drlda, "Cradle Song," by Frit
Krrlslei, and "Adagio" and "Na
turn's Adoration." b) Demhovcli.
Julius K Travis, liillttl.it, was
the assisting artist, taking the place
of Mis. l.lojd Mitchell.
Captain .Mejcrs Hero.
I H. Me) els, managing editor of
the McAlester Nefs-Cnplt.il and
Hugo Dally News, spent itundav In
Tulsa with his wife and chlldicii
Captain Mcycrx sts that despite the
low price of cotton southern Okla
homa Is M 'I 'II li'llhi; KecltOII.
Mowluay I'uderlaking Co.
900 S. Ilotilder Phone .1!)
Ambulance SeiMce -Advt
develop Ktiout compllotlont If nlttd.
Um o eld itd Ome lruJ rtmtdy thti I
ht f Ivtn Mtltfsctlon (or more thiofihy tct
PI SO S
Now "7,YM1IM" Finger-clip rye
glnsses or hiH-ctnj-lcs with spherical
Iciiscm, complcU', dlstanoe or reading,
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our gun heated
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Breakfast De Luxe.
arid ffot valuable
premiums offord In
our new Premium
Writs for thui
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food, find comfort in
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Try a package from the grocer. Test tells
"There's a Reason"
Dramatic Numbers in the
Froe Concert Add It)
The interpretation of M.wnlco's
song in the ptlsnn scene of II 'I'm
vatore" by lteulun Itansom on the
hat Hone, and the reply by I'du.ml
(Inmbllle on the cornet, tinned one
ot tho most delightful Inclilints ot
the free conceit of the Tills i Muni
cipal Hand given at Convention hall
Sunday afternoon. Attendance was
estimated at I.D00.
-Mr. Hansom, who plaved his part
from the balcony, representing tho
Imprisoned lover, tuiidn his heaters
almost see the scene and feel the
Impassioned tones of the pilHonci.
The auillenco demanded an encore
and the scene was tepcated
V 'die Mull the youthrul cornet
player, successfully essijed the
toi inldalile "Itussl.in Fnnlupsy." a
plecu of vast difficulty nnd seldom
attempted on this Instrument Hi
. pit tongmitig kept up fur n i.hk
ii terval proved a delight to music
That tho band will ttlllnmlelv
i "i inui nil Instiiutlon tinted for
w, belli ed follnwlmr
th rendering of the overture "Mai
1. 1 i ..f Seville " 1. 1 Itiivsllll. Tin
nnisli'l.ins eiil.r.il into tho nidrlt of
tli piece and mi.uIk it n thing of
remarkable ln-iint nnd power. Tills
overture was milieu by tho same
Iniinl Unit t'T i'i', . d Hie well-known
The I'linl it'i 1 1 iiini.i exipie "Van
ken Doodle," by Heeves, pr ivcd
highly Interesting. l;a - h of th
pieces takes up the wel'-know .
melody nnd all entered th'lr partrf
A shun but inlereslng talk wa'
made by Charles O'Connor. attortic.
nskllig tnipport for the bond.
Clear Your Skin
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Learn a good trade, and earn a good
living in new surroundings while you're
.That's the chance a man has who
studies in the Army trade schools.
.When a man finishes an Army trade
Bchool course, he's fitted for a good job
at good pay the very day he goes back
jbo civil life.
And he has been earning a good liv
ing, made a lot of new friends and seen
something of the country while he has
jbeen learning his trade.
Get paid for learning how to earn
more money later.
Ask a recruiting officer, about itf
He'll tell you some of the many other
The Army offers you a good job
with a future to it, too.
A Gift for the Man
who is hard to please
"who has everything." -
Mark Cross gifts arc exclusive in their kind as
well as individual in their class. They are a
mar(c of distinction to the giver as well as to the
recipient. Mark Cross gifts are not made in
duplication and imitations are out of the ques
tion. See these beautiful and
appropriate Cross Gifts
Black Stripe Silver Cigarette Boxes
Biedemeier Cases and Ash Trays
Mulberry and Gift Cigarette Boxes'
) Pin Seal and Calf Cigarette Cases (
tDutch Silver Cigarette Boxes and Trays
Alligator Fluffed Tie Cases
Jade Green and Gilt Cigarette Cases
Fluffed Handkerchief Cases
Cromc Calf Poker Sets
Pigskin Clothes Brushes
Pin Seal nd Pig Bill Folds , ' -Patent
Leather Card Cases
Tan Calf Desk Sets
Mahogany Smokers Table '
and for Women
Morocco Writing Cases
Green and Purple Writing Boxes
Manicure Sets of First Quality
Fitted Traveling Bags and Cases
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CALL AT 111 SOUTH BOSTON AVE.
Ono and One-lmlf Blocks South of tho Frisco Station