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TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1920
I M 1 1 LILIAN CPERKlil
I of Serbia,
I MUSIC J
turned iii Tulsa from 11 yenr spent
In Hhroveporl. nmt who me now io
siding lit 1320 South Main street.
Mr. nml Mth. Albert llnwi Cnmp
will spend the Christmas season with
Mm ' 'amp's sister, Mrs. J. Dickson
Mull In Nownta.
I NEWS CENSOR INr10T TOWN
Mrs, J". linger Kemp la-1 C'liW-f i,f I'nlliv Passing on All .Wws
riiuiN'i'Ai.ih miVMKM. ,
"Tho holly iiriKht wllh berries ngMw
In Hi" dark winter hours mid the
f ruftt nml tin' snow
Kerves to klmllii tho fires nf remem
tirnfii o minw'
Of days lo"K "Into Vim na
friends who urn trui!."
'Anil nil tho bull" on earth "hall
On Cli. 1st man day In the mornlnir.
Tin tlm season for kindling tho flru
of hospitality , ,,
In tho hull, ihn genial flro of charily
In tho heart."
,lr. nnd Mm. John W. Hnlulds. com
iratcd hor slxlh birthday Saturday
i-hon Mrs. Shields entertained -
hlldren, Mary's playmates ami
"At Chrlitmns ho merry and thank-
And feast thy poor neighbor, the
grout mid tho small.
Mondamee Iter A. CJttt-p!.
Cecil Canary nnd C. J. Callahan wll
glvo iiftornoon tea. nnd dancing party
"Sbi'ughterH of tho American Invo
lution will presont pageant, Land
ing of tho Pilgrims," commemorat
ing this national tercentenary cele
Mcs.lamcs John I). Mayo and AV II
Ham 1!. Pomoroy's bridge ton?0. '
lionorinir Miss Mary Uould SHI in
Mayo homo. ..
Mm. Charles n. Johnson will en
tertain lion Ton club with bridge
Clillitrcii'H Fart. ,
....... A..t...,n nt i in ilmiuhtor of
mill ... t , . l
Mr. nnd Mrs. John W. Hhlu ds. cole,-
i.i i, i
.ni...ini!in. nt Mm Conwiiy-Tlrotin
' school, with u protly Christina"
party. Tho room wro festive m
decorations of green nnd a Ton hem
..in. f- ti... .i.i'ill micst. There
wero klndcrgatteu games and danc...
Inrr for tho umusemem 01 m
dron. nnd tho contest pinning on
' Bantu Glaus' nocktle. resulted In the
favors of framed photographs going
to Uotty Cook and rtlchord Leonard.
The birthday luncli was ""veil at
. tho dining tnblc. where tho ohll
, dren's places were marked with
miniature evergreen tr e es. o"
for the Blrls and drums for the hoys
wero presented as favors. Mr.
ui,im. un nnilsted hy her mother,
Mrs. James K. Putnam, her sister,
llr,- n WehniTt. Mrs. W. A.
A...', ntiruiinn Putnam nnd
Lorone Vohncrt. Children of tho
rn Jsno Morgan. Dorothy
jane Bardo. Juno Btandeven. Kath
erlno Armstrong Pnu Ine Koonti.
Margaret Crlpe. Marvlno Ilowf",
Margarot Mclaughlin. "ftr.uar'1,
Coast, 1'atU I-ne Martin, naehnel
Jane Hell. WHma Maokoy.
Cook, Nollta Uonnott. Hj Ve'
perman and Anna May Felbjwi.
Miss Alma Waldrep presented her
pupils In recital on the ,0VPnl"C
Doiemhor 20. at her studio ut draco
M. 12. church. Thos; tnklnn part as
fnllowH: Kathryn "arnion. At ce
HltterllnK, Mnrgarot Merryfleld, Vlr
Klnla rarrott. lorono Wnldrep.
Sorothy HuBhlott. Mlldren Iien
eon. ltowtna Waldrep. na Drook;.
Kdna Oene Kord. Mildred Shulti.
Baloma Bauer. Haxel Mrtcalf. Haiol
Cook, James Morris. Vivian V , h t
tenhaul. Mlldrod Kommervllle.
Tii..h Wniin llnrrnl enter
tained at lunoheon Informally quite
.. .1.. i.. n,n ifi.tchum hotol. hon-
orlnit MIhs (lortrudo Valla and Miss
llilda Mill of Now York city. There
wero U Kuests. tho table radla InK
Z. -J . .i,. u.iih ii centornleco
of red carnations, rod borrlos at d
cedar. Tho honor BueoU aro asso
ciated with tho national associated
L i v...... imiin here on a
unrey of conditions In Tulsa, and
win return after tho New Year'- to
comploto their wotk. ,
um.M.1 Tlttrtf .
MIhs Mabel O. ark. diuiithter of
Mr" Quy W. Clark of Oklahoma City,
and Mr. William H. Wagner of Um
Moines. Iowa, wero married at the
reBldent of tho brldo'H cousin, Mr.
CharlSi T. Abbott. 708 South Denver
oVonur! Wednesday, evening. Decem-
hr IK., lit K OT.IOC1. -
was quietly celubratcd. Mr,
Mrs. Wacnor left for their
home In Des Moines.
Announcement has r;
celved hero of tho nmrrlago of Mr.
Kdlth Taylor ov.and of I'ltu
burgh. In.. widow, of the . i
DiiH i, vrnl iii i liiiri.'ii nml will lit'
nlniil bv n llltlln tllltlllicr of
proiiiliii'iit women of thu city.
Dillico Ciuio llril.
Th ilalieo iiiiimiilici'il by MIhH'-h
riciicvlevii ii nil Lillian Minriwr t
cicfiir in the C'mtntry club during
tho holiday, has li'n rmi'.elli'l ow
ing to connoting dates, Invitation?
had not lii'iiu Ifnilril.
f'.ti'iilng llriilgi I'urly.
Mr. mid Mrs. Hoy MiOulr enter
mined members of the Monday
hrlilgn club mid I heir husbands lain
evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wnyrio
Klngohery were Hif l.ll KIleHlS,
Mrn. M. V. Ilrnbihl. lllf North
Dnnver nveniie, will entertuln nt
auction brldgo Wnlnesdiiy for her
gnosis, Mrs. Mnry Wh ting mid Mrs
Hlla Kingman of Iteilford, Ind.
Tim aWilUh Kama danno will bo
a holiday ovnlit, Wednesday, Decem
ber !9, In tno Iveneiiny resiaunuii.
Tin) Hi'iiuoymi emu iiii'iiiiiith niu i",
Mla Mnl.ol Hnvle will have IIS
holiday guests MIms Ulla Hen J'urker
of Williamsburg, Va mid Miss ) no
lstor of ChlcKastia, imia.
Cobb has returned
from Atlanta, (la., where sho vmiiuii
her slsler. MlH. Martin Henry, and
attondod school thuro.
Miss Muriel Albeo. dnilghtnr of
Mr. and Mrs. ('. T. Alhee. Is at home
from tho Tojiih Woman's colegn at
Kort Worth for tho holiday vaca
Mr. nnd MrH. I're-wley O. Wiilkar,
Jr., uro leaving Wednemlay for Kan
sas City, whore they will bo until
after Chrlatmas ns visitors in ino
homo of the latter' relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Hoy McOuIro will
spend Christmas holiday with tho
attorn t ster. Mrs. lii'nrco .Miirun
and Mr. Martin in llldorato, Kansas.
Miss ifllndys Jarrett. a student nt
tho state normal college nt K.dmond,
arrlveH today to spend tho holidays
with imr patents, .Mr, arm Airs. u. u,
Mra. Kmlly Wakefield of Shrevo
iort, I.a., Is a holiday viator In tho
in mo of Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Wake
field, who have Just recently ro-
K4-11I Out I 'mui liiili'iM-mlif m
INi;'I:NU1:NC1J, Kiui., Deo 20.
A stili't ri'tisoishlp of news (trtlclis
both for lodil tiewH(iiiieis it rid visit
ing newspapermen was Imposed to
day by Chief of olPo Hall on stories
relative in ileveloptnents of tho raco
ilotltig lure last week Authorities
loilny rtfiiMM I lo tlisetjss the casts,
No deflnltit steps have heyri taken
to fix the lilitiM! for the rioting which
cost two lives, although dozens of
immeii of members of tho mob aro
known to police.
I'nlil .120 Tor Ih'iitl Homo.
Hrll Id Dlio Wmlrt.
KINHI'IHIIKII. Dec. 50.- T. .1.
Mayfotd, while driving a car nt high
speed wllhoilt light, slrurk a horse
and killed It, A farmer was iltivlng
four hotsos with an empty Wngon
when the car ran Into tlm horses.
Tho horses toro loose from wagon,.
Tlm wagon was broken Iwtdly. May
ford paid JJCrt to the man for dam
age done In compromising for reck
All lliivu Chrhtmim TnfH.
KINOKIHIIUH, Dor. 20. The
chiircheH In Klngflslier will all ob
serve Christum eve by g vlitff n pro
graiii mid their annual treat
to all (he children In the Hutidiiy
ri'hools. Hach ehurnli will have a
Christmas iron In connection wllh
Hoy lluntrr KlmotM St-lf.
While hunting Haturday morning
with two boy companions, Austin
Wilson, n 12-year-old lad living In
West Tulsa, shot himself in tho hand.
He wa taken to tho Sand Hprlngs
hospital where tho bullet was ex
tracted. His condition Is said not to
Cure ltr Street Ioaflng.
H,lnl IoTIik Worlil.
KINCiKIHHKH, Dec. 20. l'rofes
sor K. D. Drake of Kingfisher col
lege has organised u young peoples
choir that has helped to solve the
problem of keeping tho young peo
ple off of tho streets at night. Th
Interest Is growing. They go to song
practice. Fow young people loaf on
ltobert A. Mulllrney
Funeral Director. I'honu HRlt-191-9134.
021 Hotlth Main. Advt.
. XMAS GIFT
Underwear for Men
33 1-3 OFF
HOLMES CLOTHES SHOP
223 South Main
All Leather Goods ut Replacement Price
t rinw nnil, to .Mr. iiiuu
WasolI of that city. Tho ceremony
was very autotly celebrated Docen -
known to oil men of tho roiilhwest,
Mr. Wassoll Is mi nttorney. Mr.
nnd Mrs. Wn.seU will bo at h"" o nt
COO Amborson nvenue, 1'lt'm,rJ;",'
Mrs Wassell is u nnui- u .....
Mrs.. U D. a wynne of 'Iulsa.
lr Vlsltliur Matron,
Mrs. Charles F. Martin will enter
tuln Informally Thursday. December
30 In the Country club at luncheon
honoring Mm. William C. Hilton of
Chicago; who will arrive Fr'day with
hir dii.mhter. Mlso Klliaboth Hilton,
who will spend tho holiday season In
ho homo of Mrs. Hilton's sister,
Mrs. wmiam ,11. I'omeroy ami Mr.
V" : i ti in
yjyaKf foV rVlng chlldreii
Mufflers, the Weal gift, choice of our
. 33 1-3 OFF
HOLMES CLOTHES SHOP
L-u c-e-s Annual
rius 25c Tax
This will be the greatest sale In our Ms
tory because of our last moment decision
to Include the exclusive rich brown seal,
morocco and call Bags to an already
There ar swnffger Dag; In pin seal, morocco and vachette
In all colors. Silk velvet Hagg in many dealgus and real seal
Envelope Purses with leather laced edges.
Hail Orders Prepaid
Buy A Gift A Day
Make. Christmas Shopping Play
A Small Deposit Will
Lay Atcay Any Article
411 South Main St.
L. J. 1TTENBACH, Resident Partner.
Open Evenings Until Xrnas
KIAWANIS IN GLEE
OVER KIDS' TOYS
Uproar Follows Lunchfeon
When Santa Visits
rtinta Clans, In the form of A. M.
Atkinson, attended the weekly
liirnheon and meeting of the Kl
wanls club at Hotel Tulsa Monday
noon. Ills pack, laden wllh tnjyj.
was so heavy It could not be carrliM)
upon his back, so it was deposited
on the floor to await tho moment of
When that time carat, Atkinson,
as Hanta's proxy, started with Indi
vidual presentation. Hut because, of
lack of time It becatnn nectssary to
call upon members to assist In the
work of distribution. Atkinson ex
plained that each gift was to be
appropriate to the profession of the
putson to whom it was given. He
then presented Itev. Tar Murphy
with a book of card games anil Itev.
Meade Dutt with a booli of nicy
Most of Iho presents wero tin
horns, whistles, niuawkors, miulrt
guns and similar instruments which
were Intended by tho manufactur
ers to produce noise and discord.
They did. As soon iui tho presents
wero nil In the hands of consignees,
a literal pnndnmniilum broke loose.
Whistling, squawking and honking
filled the dining room for u spacu
of several minutes.
When seriousness had returned,
.fob n It. Hadley, state chairman of
the European relief campaign, told
Klwnntaus of tho grldf, tho despair,
and the actual starvation now nun
pant In the child life of many for
eign countries, and of tho Immedi
ate and pressing need for relief In
tho form of American dollars' whlth
are to lie spent In tho work of al
leviating suffering and starving un
der direction of Herbert Hoover.
Klwanlalis were naked to fill out
tho subset Iptlon cards nnd place
these cards nt their Christmas din
ner tables to roprrscnt tho ubsent
guests for whom the money thV
subscribed Is to bo spent.
Following Hartley's talk a motion
made by John it, Wootlard was
"passed unanimously ordering the
club treasurer to send n check for
I2K to N. It. (Irali.un, treasurer nf
tho relief campaign. This motion,
1'iesldent N. (1, Ilenlhorno explained
does not relieve club members fin
making Individual donations.
Cigars wero furnished by A. T.
Tlioruu, local architect, who a fow
days ago won a prize of J500 of
feiud by a prominent manufacturer
of kitchen cabltiuls for tho best de
sign for a model kitchen.
Omigeft lluy Much Jewelry.
l'ONCA CITY, Dec. 20. Jewelry
store owners claim the annual holi
day sale of diamonds has been con
siderably heavier than usual thte
year becauso of the fact that the
Osage Indians have had two feature
annuity puymonts ono of $1,000
each In November and anolhor of
$1,600 each this month. Mnny of
tho Indians nro good customers of
the Jewelers and as a rule they all
desire to bo diamond wearers.
TO BRING BODY OF
DEAD HERO HOME
Funeral of Corporal Ben
nett Will Be Held
Tho body of Charles H, Dennett,
31, corporal of Company K, i Cth In
fantry, who was wounded In tho
fighting near Holssons on July 20,
1913, and died August 1A, In tho
hospltul nt Orleons, reached New
York city on Saturday, so a tele
gram received Sunday by Mrs. Mary
A. Uennett, Olfi West Seventh street,
tho mother, Indicated.
After military services there the
body Is to bo brought on to Tulsa,
and In nil probability the American
I.eglon here will take part In the
funeral services hero.
Young Dennett was a field super
intendent for the l'ralrlo Oil Si Gas
Co. when America entered the
world-war. He resigned his Job In
April, 1017, and enlisted.
A brother la J. C. llonnctt, also
with the I'ralr'o Oil A Clss Co.
ASK FOR sad GET
or Infanta and Invalids
Avoid Imitations and Substitutes
Individual Notice to Oxtner.
H)CUI to Th World.
l'ONCA CITY, Dec. 20. On the
ground that tho avorago homo orfner
Is not sufficiently protected under
the provisions of the present state
law that provides for selling prop
erty for taxes. Itepresentatlvo F. A.
Heberllng Is considering several
amendments to be Introduce v.
the legislature mcPis h jn
Two amendments of Import..?:
prpvldo for individual notice , t .!
owner 'before his itrimm-iv ... V
sold for taxes nnd also for i..!
porlort of time than 10 day ?
prcKont ijorlofl) tn which to redV,!
nrnnnrfw tmi nii
"The Ideal Gift"
Hunt's Daily Store News
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1920
Just Three More Days
in which to do your
NOTE For the convenience of those who can
not do their Christmas shopping during the day,
The HUNT Co. will remain open Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday evenings.
itv ism av r
Special Reductions in
have made possible a new hat for holiday
festivities. You may not have thought of
getting: a new hat but these have been
marked so low it will bo worth your while
getting another. There are sport hats, as
well as dress hats in all the most desired
shapes and colors of the season, besides a
fresh stock of charming little velvet and fur
hats, very smart for cold weather wear.
Give "Mirror" Candies
Delicious sweets from "Mirror" (noted aa being the
maker of finest candies) are to be had here in un
limited quantities; candies to suit every taste. Listed
here are but a few of our numbers featured at
HUNT'S busy candy section.
NUT CKNTKIl HON HONS
CRRAM CKNT'll HON HONS
choc. covbhk1) nuts
I1UTTER NUT ASSORTED
These hard candies can bo bought by the pound
or in jura 30c, 50c, 80c
Daintily boxed candy, plain and holly boxes, featuring .sweet
chocolates, dark chocolates, milk chocolates, nutted chocolates,
eheirles, assorted chorol.itcs. and bon bons, Como In boxes of
Si lb.. 1 lb., 2 lb. mid a lb.
Candy boxes for s.ile that can bo filled with vour favorite
sweets modcratoly priced. "
Mil Bli ' t apn (
Art Goods Section
Tapestry scarfs and art pil
lows mndo up In wide
range of styles; specially
grouped for quick selling,
cholco at u saving of
Art models consisting of run
ners, lunchcqn nets, pillows,
etc., choice, nt
TOILET GOODS BOXED READY FOR GIVING
Toilet Goods Section
A most rompleto showing of desirable toilet goods, offering
special values In combination sots. Many other flno perfumed
and sets from 75 to $30.00
DJer KlfH sets, (.1.26 value, special ,,,,, $1,05
Mil vis, ) -piece, special SII.HO
Mavis, 3-plece, special ,....$1,711
l.uxon, special , $;l,IU
Tin eo Flowers, special $2.50
Hunt's Toy Section
Educational playthings for
your children will make it
more enjoyable and at the
same time instructive. The
following sets are reduced
Gilbert's Designer and Maker
Gilbert's Soldering Outfits
(llltMirt's Klcctricul Outfit
Gilbert's Klectrio Sets
GlllMsrt's WlrelcsH Outfit
Gilbert's I'uzzlit Gninen
GlllMTt's Coin Tricks
Gilbert's Telephone Outfit
Gilbert's Wheel Toys
Toy Section Third Floor
Our Great Stock of
Among this- great assortment
you will find sweater dolls,
jcewpie dolls, baby dolls, bon
net dolls, character dolls, art
dolls, boy dolls, dolls for chil
dren of every age all to be
closed out at a saving of 33 1-3
Toy Section Tlilrd, Floor
You may choose from our re
maining stock of children's
baby buggies at a saving of
one-third; choice of seven dif
ferent styles and sizes.
Toy Section Third Floor
. 89c and $1.89
Dozens and dozens of stylish new
designs in men's four-in-hand ties
grouped on one counter; all are spe
Men's Section M1b Floor
make inexpensive gifts. Among our
assortments you will find the styles
to please anyone'3 individual taste.
All are pottery and bronze, vari
ously colored in oriental colorings
at prices that range .
' From 25c to $4.50
There is incense, too, in various
odors, moderately priced.
Main Street Iletweeii'Thlrd anil Fourth
lA Pr ice
The remaining stock of quality silk
shirts for men will go at this ex
traordinary sale price. Choose as
many as you wish. Sizes 14, lji
15, 15V&, 16, 16ij and 17.
Men's Section Main Floor