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TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21. 1020
Applications Coming in
, From Outlying Part;
MANY MOBE DONATE
Apples, Coffee Sugar and 40
Baskets of Bread Among
The increasing number ot un
finploji'il turn and women who nto
Mlllns upon the. Tulwi County
jlunianc Hoclctyfor hrlp Is causing
dally srowth In tho list of families
,0 tm provided with ChrlHttuaa
'basket from Tho World Empty
ptockliiB Fund, It waa atntrd Mon
day b' Humane Agent A. M. Welch.
Kroni mo rrjicuunn in utu iiuiuunu
(oclety office Mr. Welch regarded
tho local unemployment rdtuatlon
as fcrlous. Twenty "Jobless" men
and five women who wanted work
called at tho office yesterday.
Muny Numtn Adifctt.
Names of tho neatly aro being
added rupldly to tho Christmas
baiket lint through tho caHOH re
ported directly to the office. Uj
formallon telephoned In and ln
ventlKatlons of tho workers. Ap
plications for bankets aro being
-mmlo from the outlying districts of
Tulsa. One name placed on tho
bankc'. list yesterday was that of
a family which haa been traveling
In a covered wagon from tho cast,
en route to tho houUi und who, be
caujo of oncoming winter and "hard
tlmca," decided to stop hero and
work boforo proceeding. Jn the
family nro tho man and wlfOs and
three children under 14 years.
One Give -10. ItaakctH of Ilrvnd.
Monetary and material aid for the
ChristmaH baskets Is still being re
ceived. Threo members of tho
IViumano society board requested
I ihat bills for apples, sugar and
Iroffea to fill the baskets bo sent to
them and a baker 'lias promised to
give 40 baskets of bread for tho
baskets. One Individual brought a
cash donation to tho humano of
fice during tho day and belated con
tributions to Tho World's Empty
Stocking Fund w.ere ns follows:
As previously reported. ... $1,434.52
Mr and Mrs. Alcxanucr ii
T. J. Smlthcrman
l'rlniary department of
Overcoat of Deacon
Stolen from Church.
During the Service
Proving that even n church edl
Net) is not proof against eupldltv,
a now overcoat Imioiiglne to I,. C.
Hhank, deacon in thi Klrxt llapllst
church, was molcn from a Sunday
school toom In tho basement of
tho First Ilaptlst church, dining
the service orr Sunday evening.
Thu overcoat was hanging on a
rack In tho classroom. As all
doors leading from tho basement
were locked, it U thought that tho
thief made his entrance through a
window. I'artlv bemuse of this
Iosji, lockers will be Installed In
thu church when Interior Improve
ments and decoration are begun
after the holidays.
MUi OIIut's ruucral.
Sunday afternoon. it. t'liiirr 12, nt
3130. nfter a short llltirtti of pneu
monia. Miss, Louisa Alfrata Oliver
passed away. She was Imrn In I-n
t llarlcn, 111,. In young girlhood she,
wun ner uareniH.' removeii in .Mis
souri. Nino years ago she came to
j ulna where she has ever nlnco re
sided. Tho funeral services worn
held at the First Methodist church.
'mummy morning nt I0!30, con
ducted by Doctor Abel, assisted bv
tho church choir. Tho many and
beautiful flowers but atte.Meil In tint
tlovo With which she was held by her
iiuuii'iuiis irieiiiif. Hue ui Hurviveu oy
threo sisters, Mrs. Annlo C. Shumato
of Heed Springs. Mo.. Mis. Audit
llemenwajof fit. Joseph, Mo., Mist
joscpnino Oliver or tills rlty nnd ono
nroiner, uuviti m. unvcr, Shirley,
Ark. She was Interred In itoso llll
MORE PAVING SOUGHT
IttsldfiiN of ilrmlall Addition 1'liin
in .ippeitr iicioiv i iiy iiini'iniH
'lMlay WIHi New Ciiiiipltlnt.
Kendall property owners, meeting
ti Hut Ci,1ti'k5i. lllll Community
church Monday evening, planned toll
.... i.. n i. ...i.. ..... ,,.,it-.i,.., 'I
ers Tuesday morning and piesent
tmlltt.t.. r..M iini-lm, .tf (!i.i'..tti Birnnt
from Lewis fi College nvriiun unit
ineucn to renin siieei, joining inr
nroKen Arrow Joan. tup pennon
hflM hern ulirtlnif I.V n mnlArltV nt till.
property ciwiicih along the streets.
other impiiiM'iiieniH neciieii in uio
Kendall tlistilrt wero discussed, It
...11, lllklll'll ... )llz-. TIV jrui IMllll'll.
organization of tho propotty owners
in titiuwier iiieeuiiK, .uunuay even
ing, January a, A publicity commit-
ice eonsisiiog oi in, j. m. wtiitiiiu, 1 1
II, (, Henderson and (laylord Sim
mons was uppniiiu'U, mm on u ciiiu
jiiini-i- 11,1 inttttlllK in it i-iiiini it ii 1 1, in
nanio for tho organization wero
placed M. ('. Cnolev, It. A, Stokes
...... e i. ...... i.l.
uiiu u. l i .MtMiiinilimi,
Mobrny Undertaking Co.
DOG S. lloulder l'hono 302
Atnbulnuco Service. Advt.
Uath Holies and Lounging Holies
HOLMES CLOTHES SHOP
223 South Main
Total to dato
Chapel Exercises at Ken
dall to Honor Landing
at Plymouth, 1621.
In observance of j,ho tercentenary
celebration of the landing of tho Pil
grims, special chapel exercises wjll
be held at University of Tulsa (Kon
'dall college) Tuesday. Tho girls and
toys' gleo clubs will Ring Kipling's
locesslonal, Miss Josephine Layman
if the school of public speaking
and expression will road "Tio Land
ing of the rilgrlms," and a discus
flon of tho value of commemora
tion oil this, day of ono of the first
events In American history will be
made by 13r. Franklin G. Dill.
Miss Gcrtrudo S. Pearson of Chi
cago nnd Ira Brooks ft this city
tpoko on tragic conditions among
Armenian' children at tho dally
chapel Monday morning.
A Christmas program will bo given
at tho chapel servlro on Thursday.
Tho yulotldo holidays will commence
Thursday noon and continue until
Tuesday morning, January A. The
rumpus will bo practically deserted
xJurlng tho holidays as even tho dor
mitory students far away from their
native suites are going home tor
A Joint recital will bo given young
women or tne- expression nnd piano
departments at 8:15 o'clock Tuesday
evening In tho collego auditorium.
Miss iimi, Harrison will read a
liooth Tarklngton story, Miss Thcl
tna Leo, "Cupid and Dickie," by
pakain; Mrs. Hard Soper Rounds,
Tho Crippled Mercury," by Mary
jhlpman Andrews, and Miss Mary
woodard, a selection from "Daddy
Long-Legs," by Jean Webster. Three
advanced pupils from tho conserva
tory ot music will assist on tho pro
To Dccoralo Hotel Lobby.
Ovor 1,000 yards of tree-rope, dec
orations, besides tinsel llnea and 75
" or ornaments will help to
mako tho lobby of Hotel .Tulsa look
I'ko homo to lta gueata on Christmas
ve and during tho holiday week,
i " Calvin, steward of the hotel, Is
;vL:umroi or all work on th tree.
JiU Am ffnlnw In f I v ,,n n .j n n r. .1 n
platform or base of tho tree
. i. "' mttk0 people shiver and feel
a if the weather is white and cold
whether It Is or not," he said.
"Inner for Laundry Worker.
a Christmas dinner party for om
Ploj'M of tho Right Way laundry
iii be given by C. VI Render, owner
nd manager of tho biurincsa. at 6
ociock Tuesday evening In tho T.
Ill C: A' cafeteria. About 75 are
"pectcd to attend. During the din
ner there will bo a hort program
?.F 'wpromptu talks, a vocal nnd a
ioiin solo jnd a dance. Afterwards
thero will boaBhort dinner.
Glows, two wonderful apeciala
On EnUro Stock
HOLMES CLOTHES SHOP
223 SOUTH MAIN
Your copy of "Rdkoo
and Music." Free. De
scribe and picture the
You can select your Christmas
phonograph cabinet from the mas
terpieces of the 16th, 17th, and 18th
centuries, when, Europe lived in
magnificence, when furniture was
brought to its most' exquisite de
velopment. Come in and see these cabinets. 17
designs. 17 opportunities, for beauti
fying your, home, enriching its
An Instrument to Suit Every Pocketbook, $95 to $1,500
Open Evening Until Christmas
Merchandise C c r 1 1 f I
catcsj Tlioy'ro t'hoful
TIERE isn't a man liv
ing1 that doesn't have
use for a warm, comfortablo
robe ; that's why so many are
bought n.s Xmas presents;
theyresuro to please. We've
got great ones hero fl"! C
for you at
Opening Week Sale
Ever since our doors were opened to the
public, Saturday morning, Fashion's Home,
as this new store has been aptli styled, has
been thronged with visitors who expressed
their admiration for the things they saw and
purchased. To these good people we wish to
express our thanks for their presence and
their generous patronage which was gratify
ing to us. To those who by reason of the
great crowds were forced to leave without be
ing waited on we trust that they will bear
with usmd shop early in the day when we
can give them every attention.
Sale of Last Minute Holiday
Dainties for Boudoir and Street
x of Silk
Negligees $19.75 to $35.00
$15.00 to $27.50
$14.50 to $27.50
Teddies . .$2.69 to $10.50
Camisoles .$1.23 to $2.98
$8.98 to $22.50
Bath Robes $4.95 to $14.50
A fortunate purchase of
an entire line of fine jer
sey, satin and taffeta pet
ticoats and pettibockor
styles, in fancy bottoms.
$3.95 ro $10.95
Show In g , a matchless
gathering1 of blouses rhe
smartest new designs in
every shade in demand
this seasrm ; purchased this
week in New York at al-,
most unbelievably low
MarkedHo sell during our
opening sale at
JHosiery Solves Many Gift
To open a Christmas box
nnd discover it's hoso is
the happiest of sensations.
These stocks were pur
chased at just CO cents on
the dollar, so you sec how
we aro able to offer such
values as these: r
Fine Silk Hose, in lace and
clock effects, (J
Embroidered Silk Hose, in
black, at . ,
Kancy Silk Hose, bought
at manufacturer's close
out, priced during the
Of both .tailored and plaited models in
such fine materials as velour, tricotine,
satin and chiffon velvet. In all popular
colors and novelty patterns. These, too,
were purchased at a great concession,
enabling us to sell them at the remark
ably low prices of '
Of soft, woolly fabrics in marvella, duve
tyn, peachblootn, cordova cloth, veldynu,
and velours in colors that blend well
into tho winter landscape, aro found in a
widely varied collection. No woman
needing a winter coat can afford to over
look this opportunity. A number of at
tractive' junior styles are included.
Coats J Wraps
Fur Sale Extraordinary
Positively Closes Friday Night. '
All Furs Half Price
You Can Make Each Dollar
Do the Work of Two
If you wisii to nvail yourself of this wonderful
opportunity to mako a selection from this
$30,000 stock of fine furs, now selling, at 50c on
the dollar, you must do it this week.
NO. 1 '
Tho rout pictured aliovo of Kcnulno Kllifrjan lllun Hiilrrl
coat, orlBlnally prlrcil 11,000, run liu liad durlnc (JJCKft
tlilM al for i" tDUtJU
NO. 2 v"
3(J.lni'li, (lentiliio lluilHoii Hi'iil Coat, trimmed with flnent
quality nortliurn Hltiinh, Htiulrrul mid lvnvr. Tlio-prlceii
on tln-HO roiitH rt'pri'nunt a huvIiik of ovi-r 60. (CQC
l'rlru only i tDO I D
'(loruilno Ilndiion Merit ToatH. 30, 51', und 34-lich IcnKtlm.
our opuuinK Hai( in leu (juHt ii ni r thu conn
n-Kular pike) DOUU
NO. 4 .
Vtiry flno Klucrlnti lllun Squirrel Couln, only a fow of thorn
tn 32 and 34-lneli lcnutliH. You cim't rtnlot (CQK
th cm at oOlD
rivet Cut Coatu, u Karinnnt much tl'tnlrcd thin Hcanou: In
.14, 3C, und 3H-lnch IciiKthH; full flaro nnd lioltutl tundclfi.
Ht'llH roKUlnrly for JI5U; our opi'iilni; Haiti
prlro only tBtuO
(Ivnulnn Marmot Cnat. Auxtnillai opnnntiin collar and
fiiffH. Worth twlro tho prlcts $17'5
Kxrrptlunally fine, 30-Inch Scotch Molo Coat. Only ona
mpdol, A wouili'rful pri'Hunt. tIKfl
Halo prlt o D4uU
Capes, Coatees and Stoles
Fine KiiHtrru Mink Ktolon, containing 0 and 12 Hklnn; In
widths of I- untl 14 lnt'lien; Ti InchoH lun; n (iJOOFv
lam Imrguln for u)tD
Moln ('upon, ContncR anil Ktolen, choice at (SO GJOOK
centH on tho dollar) only ; Dt)
Mink Cnpcn anil Wrnpi; valuo 500 to M.400, at Juat halt
tint prfvulllm; pilce.
Ono- and two-nkln ChoknrH of nablo, stone marten, mink
anil fitch, ut hult prevailing prlceH.
lluautlful Fox ruiH In taupe, brown, black, (tQC
KftirKctto and potior, ut , u)OD
Krunch Com-y Coatu; 'l??fk AC
30 InchcH loin; , 2)U.J7D
Underwear ,fr Men
33 1.3 OFF
HOLMES CLOTHES SHOP
, 223. SoutU Main
209 South Main Street
Tho Live Store
CVtis 3roun Qo.