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TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1921
LILIAN C PERKINS
PLANS DRIVE FOR
badge wilt lie bIvcm each new mem- dlnnr to nit ecrvlfo men of the city
her during the .campaign, a freol w),0 would
uiKPi 10 mo icc.iuro .1 miliary
slxtli will 110 given flic first
Member to secure applicntlo
""tili liuvo one otherwise, setting preco-1 , I'ICIIKK.
I five " I tiuvliiK falto
n'uiid Idcnt Hi tlio eliy. The dinner wan i,npnt f n
.Suing ihrt Stockholder. Icy, receiver. K Is expectrrl thai n
(0 I tt't-ll la Tho Worlit. number of l m l la r suits wilt slioilly
Dee. S. Chred Hit 111"" mmmiieii,
od to pay the assess-
00 against him 011 his nrM (,( r .full.
dun Pete" was raiilurod by local
autliorltton nnd placed In tho w vt
Jail which has Just been ennipletd
In the lower flttor of the new ili
Mr, Clint Moore, left Monday night
iimno in unicugn,
.Misses Mnrllui Uit-I,..1- ..t at
I ..... i.iiivnivi 11. rji,
ouls and Uorotbi'ii timwn -.r
Wichita. Knn.. will
win 00 tlio guests of Miss Irene
lllll ...III 1
;., 1 ' ... 11 snare nonors wun
Miss Kennedy nt the lundhoan to he
given by Miss duel In tho Country
nuu no lYcunesuny,
Mrs. Paul Brown Is
Head Campaign to
Be Made Soon
'IVxIni'M Kicntn. '
Tbplma Kennedy's dance In
the Country club for Minn Ann Ken-
"Vi srs Virginia Winkler,, Mar.
jorle and Hotly Welch, hostesses at
lun' heon In tho Country club.
Mis- Anna Margaret WolVcrton
enter ilns Marlqs llrldgj club.
MI -ie aienn Knrns and Qladys
Yftrli.augh entertain with largo for.
,nal (lunch party In Kennedy res
V tu t.'i H$ta I'hl sorority will bo
Entertained in homo of Mr. nnd Mrs.
Albert C Hunt.
U' lleau Mondo club wilt rttvtj
Chr'itmas daneo in Elk's club.
( hupter A. K., P. IS. O., meets
with Mrs. 13. A. Johnson. ,
Christmas l'n My.
M and Mr, Plumcr Kurlc Hill
will eiitertnln with Christmas' dane.
Ing party In their home on Wednes-d-i
evening, honoring their sons,
Mr?rs. Wnvne nnd Marlln Hawker
who aro spending tho holidays nu
home from tho A. nna .m. college at
Stillwater and tho Romper Military
school ut Hoonvlllo, Mo,
Announcement was received Mon
day by frlendH telling of tho mar
riage or -urn. Augusu uihichs 01
Wilmington, Ohio, to Dr. William
.-.--I. ir..lHn. nl Tnt.,.1 TIia ...nit-
JOBUJHI 1IUUIUI Ul i.n... i.
ding whs simply eelobrated on Mon
day mornlnc in tha homo of tho
bride's parents,' Mr. nnd Mrs. rieti
ben I'ulnam llarcrtt. Dr. and Mrs.
Trainer aro expected to arrive tho
last of tho week nnd will bo tempo
rarily located in tho home of Mr.
and .Mrs. Ij. C. Murray, 1515 Chlca
Miss Mollio Baker will entertain
at luncheon on Thursday In tho
home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
AnufyJJakcr, 920 South Denver avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Cannndy wero
hosts nt dinner on Christmas eve,
honorlni; Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur s.
Cannady of Ottawa, Kan., Mr. and
Mrs. K. W. Cannudy of Oftdnn, Utah,
Miss Lucy Cannady of I'lorco City,
Mo., and Mr. nnd Mrs. J. B, Mar
Mrs. Ia D. litham will entertain
tho C. C. club on Wednesday with
1 Juvenile Christmas party.
Mrs. W. E. Ilobqrts who has been
1 visitor in tho homo of her son-ln'-
Uw, Mr. A. L. Farmer, also Mr. nnd experience and rlpo attainments,
Mr. nnd Mrs. .loneph Baxter nt
Meridian, Miss., parents of Mrs. A.
W. 1-lKford, tire hero spending the
holidays with their daughter nnd
Mr. and Mrs. Hobort r,. Chamber
nnnounco tho lilrth of u daURhtor on
Mr. nnd Mrs. .1. It. Browp, 1242
South Quaker, announce tho ntrtn
of a son. John Harvey, Jr., on
, .Messrs. James H. Porter and
Frank Abbott, first year men nt
Washington university In Bt. Ixmls
nre spending the holidays at home
membership cards at headquarter ,; tremendous su.oos and tho mem- j,,,, f B';)t.k t,,"",,,; ',,;',,.! M,'h. Bri, m'T,,,' liZT' ' I 'y Lulldlng. Tho offender 1
fQllowIng tho formal launching Of hers of tho at x llary 1 ' thy o- rr Nnll(,nni lMnkj u ,,. C4lnnot, ( kauiFAX, Dec. 2(1.- Tho Inlrfa rmirged with having a gallon nod
the campaign. operation of tho thoml ers or the ,.lty ,, ,,rt,n , district Irlly Jail Witt properly, dndlcnlcd last half of corn llfittor in his possession
Knelt membership nnd application I IcBlmt in maKIng It possible. Uourt for that amount by N. M. Dud- Iwrelt when a fellow known as "Two-I at tho tltno of his capture
cant is to be numbered, nnd one of ,,. , ..11? mi " 1
Mr. nna Mrs. It, CI. Fitzgerald of
Chlldrcs, Texas, uro spending tho
holidays with their dnughters, Mrs.
Bertram I,. Brooklns and Mrs.
I'lugono Constnntln, Jr., nnd Messrs.
Uruoklng and Constnntln.
A meeting of all tho members of
tho Auxiliary to Joo Cnrsoti post,
American Keglon, who aro to hnvo
a I'.itt in tho memhcrshln drive to bo
h'eld Hlrhultanoottsly with the legion
campaign has been called for Tues
day night by tint membership mar
shal, Mrs. Paul Brown. The meet
ing will bo held lit Doctor Brown's
iitflce, the woods-Kttoblock labora
tory building at 7:30.
Mrs, Brown's executive commit-
teo for tho drlvo In mado up of Mrs.,
Patrick J. Hurlev. tho president of
tho auxiliary, Mrs. Thepdoro Hop
kins, .Mrs. Alva J, Nlles and Mrs.
CJ. A. Clulow. Tho title that Mrs.
Brown wears during tho campaign
Is mnrshall, and her nldes aro Mrs.
It. A. Beard, Mrs. U. It. Allen and
Mrs. O. A. Wall, Tho finance end of
the cnmpnlgn will ho looked nftcr
by Mr. K. K. Allison and Mrs.
I.ovcgrove, and tho publicity by Mrs.
H. W. Hales and Miss Faith Hlorony
tuus. Team captain will bo Miss
Margarent Hannah, Mrs. I.. A. Alli
son nnd Mrs. C. A. Border. Tho
captains will choono their own team
inem'bers nnd a prizo of a gold
auxiliary pi 11 will bo f;lvti to tho
captain wh'iwe sldo acquires tlio
lurgcst number of members. A
tneso numbers Is the ' lucky" tiuru '
her. At tho January btmlness meet '
lug of tho auxiliary, to bo held the
second Wednesday of tho month, a
prizo will bo given to tho holder of
the lucky number, provided Unit
sho Is presont to receive It.
Tulsa will know that tho drlvo is
on by the Insignia that the workers
will wear, The campaign colors
will bo tho same as thopo of tho
legion red, whlto ami blue The
marshal nnd her aides wilt wear
whlto arm blinds, the captains blue
nnd tho worker red. Tho auxiliary
tins aroused considerable. Intrri'M In
Tulsa by lis activities during tho fall
.and tho wlntor mid Its last pleco of
work, tlto serving of a Christmas
iimiiiiiMM! rrecuiei iiHi
liLHV nnd Tan
JHjr to nMwnrrMhTr0mftnli1
WKf t'tm, Tnkn tti iiiwel iww. W C
vnr er bv jar nsf iur
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Offerings in Our Shoe Department
Mrs. Frnnk W. DlllaVd nnd llttlo
dnughtcr Jean of Oktnulgeo aro
spending tho holidays with Mrs.
Dillard's -mother, Mrs. It. H. Kynn
and. other homo folk.
Miss Miriam Evnns who Is attend
ing tho University of Wisconsin at
Mndlson, Is spending tho Yulctldo
with her parents, Mayor and Mrs.
T. D. Evans.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Mueller left nt the
week's end for Oklnhomn City to
visit Mrs. Mueller's relatives, Mr.
nnd Mrs. 13. J. Johnson.
Miss Ituhy Cnrr who Is a student
at tho University of Colorado In
Boulder, arrived Christmas ovo, to
spend the holidays with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Carr.
Farm Sold nt Auction.
Special to The World,
CA11DIN, Dec. 26. During
past weok tho If. K. Wilbur farm
located In tho northwest part of tho
county nnd containing ISO acres, was
sold nt auction for $10,260, or $57
per acre. Tho purchaser was S. C.
FullcrtcJn of Miami. A number of
othor farms- In Ottawa county aro
shortly to bo sol in tho samo
New Coufso In Mlno School.
Special to Tin World.
MIAMI, Dec. 26. A new course
of study covering the principles of
mining is shortly to bo Introduced
in tho Miami uchool of mines, It is
stated, to bo under tho .Instruction
of T. C. Woldcnhofer, formerly con
nected with the Michigan school of
mines, and a mining man of largo
was afraid of
Of course, he was only
a prince then and Vic
toria was queen. How
it happened Is told with
many other episodes in
"Things I saw at tho
English Court", by a
member of the Royal
household. In January
Also 57 additional fea
tures and 7 stories.
La Dicha Shop
9 East Sixth St. '
Antique Jewelry Novelties
I In benutlf
I Sl b r 0 w i! r
I Bl ' sllle. Htllt
ul 1 11 11 y
ly yet neitt.
on all Hues.
Pntont Leather Strnp or Lace
A pleasing style 011 smartly tnllncjjil lines,
suitable fur street or dress. Prlco only
BroRiio Oxford, $8.45
wing tip In
i La Blanche Shop
! 9 East Sixth Street
I Infants' and Children's
I Wear to 12 Years
I lA Price
I On All Remaining Stock
Beginning This Morning
Woolon Goods Specials
ufi-lnch, all-wool plaid nnd
striped Nelotirs. Itegtllur
$3.50 values. Mxtin spe
clal for Tuesday only,
27-inch All Wool dial
in smnll and dainty pat
terns; light, dark and mo
ilium Hlindes, ltertilnr
$1.45 iiuallly. On sale
Tuesday only! very special
"llaby Binn" l,Mo lloc, Illlc
ItWnnts' llslo hose, with re
inforced tabs for pinning,
IteBular prlee GOc. Very
Bpeclaf . . . ., .tlio
llriliy- IHntiUi t.'$l.lir.
Dainty fleeced; blankets In
pink or blue, with rever
sible Side white. Were
$2,2fi, .Special $1,0.',
Now Is the Time
to Buy Rendy-to-Wear
All Cloth Coats nt
All Furs nt Off
All Dresses nt '2 Off
All Suits nt 2 Off
Medium Wcifjht Union
- Hood quality ribbed under
wear. I,nng sleeves and
high neck, elbow sleeves
nnd low necks; no sleeves.
32-inch Gingham, 39c
(lood iiuallty Ktnghnms In
fast, pretty checks and
plaids, yard ,10()
36-inch Outing, 20c
Kancy outings in good col
ors and weight. Hpeclnl,
yard . 20c
27-Inch outing In light or
dark colors, Tuesday Ifiu
A Sweeping, Drastic, Price-Cutting Event on Our
Entire Stocks of Suits, Coats, Dresses, Millinery
A sale of unusual importance because of the opportunity to buy the exclusive, ultra-fashionable apparel of
refinement at less than the cost of ordinary merchandise. To our regular clientele we need not dwell or
elaborate on the type or quality of apparel we carry, but to those who arc not acquainted with Vogue Stand
ard Apparel, permit us to say that we only carry the highest type exclusive models obtainable.
Reductions in This Sale are 40 to 50 Off Former Prices
All Suits Closed Out
at $3730 to $95
Values to $250 ,
Tho known individuality of Vogue suits is ex
pressed in each of the models correct latest modes
every one of them.
. Fancy Ribbons, Special
for hair bows, sashes,
girdles, trimmings. Fancy
satins and Persian patterns
In various widths,
Fancy JRibbons, Special
riood (tualltles in fancy
plnlds, strlpa nnd moire
Of good quality pink ba
tiste, stamped Willi very
simple designs for solid
and "lazy daisy" embroid
ery. Stamped Gowns, 98c
A regular $2,00 vat us,
designs aro -stamped on
whlto nainsook; several nt
trnctlvo patterns to noioct
Fancy Work Baskets
35c to $2.00
Also Japanese and sweet
grass baskets. A, wide
range of selections In col
ors and sizes.
40 Off Ffocks
In a variety of modes that will excite wonderment
in the most discriminating. Values that are un-surpasjyxl.
10 Off Coats
You'll be amazed at the wondrous luxury and
beauty of the coats we have. More supreme values
luive never been offered. )
All Winter Hat$ Closed
Out Below Cost
All our most elaborate pattern hats go in this sale
at this sensational reduction. Exclusive modest
FIRST SHOPPER WILL GET BEST SELECTION
Remember wo want to sell everything in our store at 107 South Main in
the next two weeks. Buy for future needs now. We have our prices
down from 20 to 50 per cent on everything, beginning this morning.
Holiday giftsare here at bargain prices, now, toys, sporting goods, house
hold utensils, shaving sets, nut sets, percolators, cedar chests, electrical
goods and dozens of other things you will like to give. Come today.
Housefumishing jn-iees are cut to clean up our stock. You will be sur
prised when you see ,he bargains.
Tool prices aro within the reach of everyone at this sale. Get ready for
the spring work. Mechanics of all kinds will find bargains at our store.
Even in the general hardware line you will find bargains everywhere in
our store. There will be surprises every day.
IT PAYS TO TRADE AT HALE'S
vaauF. r & m?m&&
115 WEST THIRD STREET
NEW WRfGHT liUILDING 1 !, ,', mi , , I