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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, APRIL 20, 1019.
Music Will Feature Easter
Services in Tulsa Churches
-It Happened
In S;ind Springs
Hpr.fiK I'.uk
It. 'lion i r Ih,
i,i ! M Ni II
I- r (n v ii twii-r t h tl i
ir Ir.irliir, Mim llir-
firltiif from
ininii.t.
it firvrrt! r.iaa of inu-
V
Special Programs Prepared
for Knjoymcnt of Wor
shippers .Today.
FAIR SKIES ARE PROMISED
Knight Templars Will At
tend Afternoon Ceremony
at Trinity Kpiscnpal.
WHIi llii prnrnlHi of f.ilr ! !'".
tM HI V- l'lllilTHl lir" H'1.1 I'nnllKh
l.rrrn MlnlliK li ivo I .. . u in-v "
tlm fpfiiliiliin finiTv 1 1 1 t li Hin (rl.iiy
f hii KhmUt mornliiir iimhIi TiiIiui
nliou lil u In worthip lliln liiurnlliK
In hhiiiii KiilrllK.
If tlm wmllirr nhmiM hi iH"P-I
polntniK tlifi" will l" 111" rorlnllilv I
nf a imiKlriil fi-HHl iimi! h wimltli of
flnwrrf lit avrry ctniri h In Ihf rl'y.
for wlllioiit rirrpllnn prrll Kaitr
tniiHlriil pronrmim hivr broil ar
rnoKPil for loilny'n rviri"i.
In moiimt of tli IniK'T liurrtim tho
iPKiilur i liolrH liuvn lin-n HiiKiin,nt',1
for Ihr o''h1oii aii'1 lurK" rhoruw.
will Join In tlm rornl it..ri of the
itncrnl iniilo upproprliit. to inn
thorn, of I tin Huvlor'H rrmirrwt ln
1'he pip. nmun rcriulu, im will l"
rrn y the rrfrroii'i li the rliurcli
nnounrpiiiKnlM on unollirr uit". an
ruprrlully atlra"tlvo lo till lvr of
nuiHlo.
Many flnworti wm brought In 1h
rlty from illMtiint flnilHt Khopn for (he
1rorllon of Mm chnrrliPa of clly
anil tlmrc will l a li Ittarttma touch
lo tho lUtalfr aiirroiiii(llnn.
(irmxi MiHliiMllat Chiirrh.
Thn Kaatcr pmicrain will b tfin
at II a. m. Inalftail of Ilia regular
prwurhlng- Mirvlra. A photograph ot
1h. rnnmbars of (h fluniiay aohool
la to bo taken. There will t !
tlal muHlil program.
Hnlgtit TYnipW.
A appclal Kaaler wrmmi will ha
prraj-hed to lha Knighta Tamplar of
Trinity rnmmannVr at X o'clock
Niinrlay afternoon hr tha. ltav. V.
Kllna;. rector of Trinity Kptaropal
church. Tha Knight Templar will
meet at Miiaonlr hall and go In a
body to Trinity church.
,-' KmmanuH llapKaL
Hpecliil Kuaier aervloea for CM1
T'rllowa wltl ha rnnrturterl at M'4!t
a. m. at tha Kmmanurl llapllfit
rhurrh. C'hevallera will attend In
uni'nrma. There will be a apextkl
muilral program.
ftnit Moihoillat tlinroh.
The rholr of the I'trwt Melhodlat
Kplacopal rhnrrhf Klfth and llonloer
alraela. will render tha anntala, "The
t'ruclflxlon,'' by John Htnlner, Hun
day evenlna at I o'clock, rloaln wi'h
the Kaater anthem, "t'hrlat la
eternal," by I'rotheroe.
The choir ronalaia of; Mlaa Amt
minla-an, aoprano: Mr a. J It. Iladley,
rontralto; II. W. Ilnlllnitawnrth,
tenor; (J. K. Hennett, tenor; II. K.
)lowe. Itaaao; Mra. A. W. Ulna, or
tan let and mualcal director.
Tmtplo lanuil.
Temple larael will hold Teannver
aervlrea at I o'clock Hunday evenlna
In the anparlor court room of the
county court hotiae, Hlxth and Moul
der, ltabhl J. It. Menkea will apeak
on "The Hplrlt of the Kraat" and an
Invitation la attended to nil to he
preeent, Irreapectlve of creed.
The Mrm (lirtMlan "!iurrh.
Charlea K. Ialle, Jr. director;
Mlae Kulalla rarka, planlat. Mnrn
ln worahlp, 1D 45 o'clock. Trelude,
"Triumph;" I'roceaalonal Hymn;
I'rayer; I'holr llepnnae; Hymn of
Pralae; Ttraponalva Komi log: Hymn
Prayer; "Hymn of Meilltatlon;''
Communion Bervlce; Roprano Holo,
"The Iteaurrectlon," Mlae Harvey;"
tiffertory, Nocturne u Minor;" guar
telle, "I Am lie That Llveth," Mlaa
Harvey, Mra. Iutt. Mr. Ween, Mr.
lalle; Hermnn; Hymn of Invitation
Kvenln- aervlce, X o'clock; I're
lude, l.enota; nprnlnc Hymn; An
them, "Kllnic Wide the Oalra:" lluaa
Holo, "And When They had Mocked
Mini." Mr Ialle; Quartette. "Day of
Wonder, I ay of (llRdneea." Mlaa H' " -rll.
Mra. Kanaer, Mr. hlemlna. Mr.
lealle; Hcrlpture Jteadlnx; llytnn;
I'rayer; t'ffertory, "berceuae;" An
them. "Hall to tha nlaen bofrt;" per.
mon; Hymn of Invitation; Ilenedlc-Hon.
01 the early hour" of 'he morning f t
llm wind to i'Aw the ntork iatrtrd lo
i-oinpli'in (tn Jiiiiim-y u.m rim-
pellfil to Iiuvh pari of Ita buidni, n
huhy Kirl. Ml Ihe liome i,f Mr. ami
Mra J.jhIiIi Jtotiforlh. win-re I'
landed.
I'ollowinir the annoiim cinrot I 'i I
lay that Dm rltlm-na wmiM linl, n
nicetliiu the flrnl of tin. f,,r t,i
purpoao of forniulAljiijr plana f..r the
ereillon of a y. m I'. A a lot Ii4h
heen Jflven for Hie alle. 'I lie donor
would hot Kiv ,n fuune fur pul,
i illon. auvlnn, "It la for a
ruiine."
.l.irniN l:-'in.-r I,,
r t In- i-ri-i Mini of
,flli VV .lmI I f .a; f ' rt I
II.
. I-
-oninirt
otiii on
M"
i i- i.i . li ve Kiiwmiio, 4 1.1 North
," 1 .1 i.i ii In i.li.i-t. li I t-r I . ilit-,1 l 1,,1-ln,
j I'hin-'t.iy infill .1 I.HK' ntjnilot "1
j fr ii-ii'N Thi- followinif wi ll- pt'-M
in' i n i- i v i S'll,t. I lor im nit'i
I I 1 1 v ll.i!r, (iiorKIl Alii ll, lli'l
Mi'llol ol
'he lit Ml
'liiril'vf I I - W
Nor man ha heen
M I-;. I 'll rioili ie
l.il l:aier arrlra will J"'
In i'l :i. Hit. Ilroailw.iy llapnm
rh'in li ;uo,.ty eveninjf. John Hinlth
of Th.nl aii l V iMliiiiK'on atrecta will
li.or i Ii.iik of I he ai-rvlce.
iii, .not .i i ti i.
" Till-. ,.h,l II' lin
I-.tiImii. Il.iiuliii
Tin- I.i i k "i c w.l.i
II. nil-1
II iffi
I II, , ! I
il lnlhli II li 'I
rpf iiit!"
i.) i i;u ,-;
.1.1 run.
fii,.-i .
i, iK in
Tiinil,:
I, ft lor
The Iimi,!.'
I.I- hi 11 I ' l
l o k III li
; !!. ft.
"ii i. .i 0 in
h.ni- i
I II.- meinheia of the t-'and rlprliiit
jh.uh m hool wrre the Rueaia of i n -Uipii'
Howni.in ri.itnrilay evetuiin
l'n- re- i Tin. nnilni waa apcnl In tliinciliK
n I'rlday t , ,ii.lc.
I lloy I. W.iKiiaff relumed to tlii
hiin h , ,v ,iimr hamiK epimt aeveial
' i" ; u W a in Wih-cikri iikl.i, roiiv.il
ii J'l- im rut fiom a i.evi-r V.tao uf Ihu flu
.laona Mo'-re l.?i Nor
eft f"l Ionia 'l'v, win
li l.'pll.J H 'Klt.l'ill Hl
i in , I by h. . I.n.i h r "li a.
It I.
M' N
M.-lMhlev
rl.isi on'
') ti.ir-..l i .-
! I... n l.-l Wli Ir of
took her i-iiiitiv
on .i n nil .I.i v
j The pl.mi for the lilnh arhool and
North I nat.l mi 1 1,1 1 ii km which are belli c pie
m hool )M , , ,y ai ( ik l.ilioiini City fli'fn of
pli on ; ari hiti rle. will non be lonipelted.
The
nf
on
foe in he!
I oil field
Ir Jiiiiiiial
of tin
,i hool
I Ml ' 111
H'.l'l"
III
Uli-
llert
t : t , r " ' h e r
ii W.ii'liiiif :
M at
la w
M'n l.iil.t Clover vialted Tulan
Salui'lav where alio toil her father
ami ino'Her, Mr and Mra .1. II
i,mh" foiiiierly rif I 'ollineville who
I
a' etopinriK In the city for a few
la a bi-foie ihey dep.irl for the ca.it.
Onev lev'' How man acted a one
of i Im J iIk'' In a miialial content
helil 111 Ada l-'ri'lay evei.iiiK-
llert Suftnn, ji'mprletur of the
North t,e H'lirnlture H'ore. la tratiH-
I iii'tinj; lui.sineB ill Wn-luia, h.in , Lhl.i
I week.
Work on the. annex of the colored
HrhiMil in HoiHhlowu 1 proKrcaainic
nli fily 'tin.ter the able d n eel ion of
Jlib'ktu-r iin ' on 1 1 .i.-e lor, of Tuliyi.
Ch.'irhe tnttn. la cotifiiiril to hla
hiiine H'lfferii k with ii bi vere caao of
the fc-tlp.
Marine kipner iind l.in-nir W'ad
rtlo were iinetly tinned m manage at
the lliiitlnt pal soii.ikx at 3 o'clock
Katurday afternoon. The couple waw
uttended by Vera HlmiT nn,l Walter
Monger, wlih the l;ev. W. ! VSat
kina iiffli-taliMK M:!M Kipner haa
ht-n employe, In the i"it!"fflio ami
hua liiadn A lmt of fi.iii'l.i in the
rl'y. After a brief honeymoon the
couple will r en Win at Wild Homo,
where the khhiii la uncaged in Ihe
Krinery buainciui.
The Heater rgic hunt at the park
Saturday, waa a great auccean. The
vouiiKstera hud the "tlmo of their
live.''
The Liberty theater gave a play
l-'rnliiy evening for the benefit nf the
lo, nl bull I'luh The club received hair
of the n(a rerelpla for the pillrhuae
of uniform mid other neceamilea.
Mifie Iternlre mid f'eola McNeil
pin. I a vialt to their aunt. Mra K !.'
Ilawn, 61'U North Lincoln, lain week.
M :t,n Mamie Kifer and Ijiwrence
Wadilcll weie gueala of Mlaa Vera
(lover. f I H North Lincoln, at din
ner I'rlday evening.
The Iteverend Corning of tha M
K chiirrh waa called to Wichita.
Kan,, the firm of the week In con
nection wHh the Centenary movement.
LEAVE FOR REUNION OF
SCOTTISH RITE MASONS
More than 100 Tulsa Mi.,,.,, Jr
expected to attend the Scott,' p
reunion at Mc.Meater on .Mn,'.,
The party wlllOuve via the Mi,!an,,
valley railroad at U.;i u rlo, M,;.
day morning, arriving at M.'A,,,P.
In time for tho mu.trr'H degne ,"
return trip will be made ,,, "
apecul train,' leaving .Me.
after the work la over.
Tulmi (Hlnian at Sanitarium,
llert riihouley. a Tulsa ,,; ,na
well known In tho Oklahoma f ,1
It 18 learned, la In tho Mayo lesM,,!.
at Rochester. Minn, undergoing
treatment which will proba:,v krf
hi mthere for aeveial weeka. I rirndi,
of Hchoolev who are aware of (,;t
long lllneaa ore making Inquiry ,ls t
hta needa. Ills addrea it r I : n he-tar
la 7 1-2 Hecond atreet, aoutheast.
It Happened
In West Tulsa
E4 U ar Ii
la Rati ti
art V.MI
ItaaM eat thla eea -
Itll al kka erflM ww
rmlaa n awa eaaa aw
laiUk4.
Watt i:lllott, an (ang Indian,
again went on a rampage Friday
night. At the dance held In the Weal
Tulaa hall. Llllntt decided to collect
aonio "coin' ao he pouted liltnMelf In
the entrance of Ihe hall and began to
colled admlaelou to the dance, re
gulling In ecvrrnl of the palioti.i hav
ing lo pny twice iMtridninn Smith
waa railed and Llllott una laken to
the city jail.
Vutrolmnn (lartnn made a mid
night ruld oil ticveral ituinhllng
liounea I'rlday night and made a
large ' haul " Hevoial of '.dire to.s
cia" were women.
i: J llilla returned home from
l'awhtinka Huturdnv inoriiloi: after
having hpciu M-vcrul daa on Pum
ncfja. I-'ie old frame btilldliiKri arrows
from tho postofflce on 1 i lon
alrect, are being loin down to make
IA11111 for eeveiul new home which
will bo hullt by M . V. Walter.
Over Sf) tnembeia attended tho
meeting of the Knlghta of I'ytluaa In
the Marcus hull FYld'tv night. Seven
teen appllcanta wern accepted in take
the woik of the order Thirty-five
membera will be Initiated nt the
ineetltig next 1-Yldiiy.
Vr. '.. V. Hukh returned Katurdav
morning after aevcral duya- nt with
frleniln mill relutlvea III Talalu.
river f,0 children attended the
Lanier egg hntil Kut11rd.1v uftcrnonnp
which wum given by Ihe ladlea of the
UaptlKt church in the IteJ Kork
park.
n. Klrkland of Kt. Iiul.t, who haa
heen aprniling several dava with hla
brother, li. Klrklund, left for hla
home V'rtday night.
rhjn to the hewvy wind etorm
which Vlalted Weat Tulaa Friday
night the etorq en route westward
waa CO u1 Celled to laJid. Walling un-
SALE
Positively
Closes
April
22
o
SALE
Positively
Closes
April 22
Only Two More Days and then the Great Sale of the
Water Damaged; Stock of the BER&Y-BEALL
COMPANY will be a matter of history.
THE UNION DEPARTMENT STORE
112-114 SOUTH MAIN
Has Prepared Some Remarkable Bargains for Your Selection,
HERE ARE A FEW OF THEM
MEN'S SUITS AT $9.98
Men's fine suits that sohl originally from
$20.00 to $10.00 arc placed on Mile in
two groups. Suids that sold for $20.00
will be offered today for
$9.98
MEN'S SUITS AT $14.98
All men's suiLs that sold originally for up
to $40.00 on sale today at
$14.98
1,000 Pair Ladies" Hose
98c
All colors, lill sizes, real beautiful hose
that are smart and up-to-the-minute. He
sure and see this hose before buying
Values $1.50, $2.00, $2.50
y VERY SPECIAL
98c
A Big EXCURSION to TULSA Monday and Tuesday
FromaAll Surrounding Cities. Join the Crowd Your Fare Will Be Refunded
EXTRA SPECIAL FOR MONDAY AND TUESDAY
One Hundred $30 and $40 Men's Silk Lined Suits
$14.95
OUR MONDAY AND TUESDAY SPECIAL lc TABLE IS READY
EVERY HAT IN THE HOUSE AT OFF
Every man's hat in this store marked at one-half price. Felt, stiff or straws on sale.
Come in and pick out your Master hat at one-half price
All Hats Today Marked One-Half Price
SPECIALS
Extra heavy ducking; only 10
yards to u customer; tqu-cial
value 60c; extra ppe
cial, only
Men's pants, special
at
John 15. Stetson derby hats;
blue, tfreen and black;
to $7.50 values; special
1,000 hats trimmed in silk,
etc. 7 take them away
each
Woolnap blankets,
only
Leather ploves
for
Ladies' silk lined dress
FOR YOUR APPROVAL
29c
98c
y hats;
25c
MEN'S SILK SHIRTS.
Beautiful Silk Shirts that
are real values at I'lTiO to
$7.60, marked very .pe
cin! at
$2-75
as
LADIES' HATS REDUCED
llwvy woman's liat in the house re
duced in this mighty sale.
As the goods dry we put them on sale. Please
dry your purchases. Don't leave
them wrapped up in-the bundle.
y: 14c
$1.98
.39c
Ladies silk lined dress AQ ,
coats )Js
Men's undershirts, $1.12.") grade.
Not over two to a cus- or
tomer; at WtlL
Muslin, as good
Hope ; per yard . . .
Ladies' waists; the
grade
Men's 27c hose; 12
pairs for
Ladies' skirts; $3 and
$10 values
Ladies'
sizes
(hildren's wash suits
at
100 kimonos, worth $2
after you wash them,
for
Kayser silk ploves; Id-button;
the kind that sell for OA
$1.2.r and $1.50, for .. Out
Men's hose
10c
25c
$1.49
98c
corsets; small ,fl n
50c
to $2.50
71c
12c
25c
$1.97
h 121c
$1.49
$1.98
9c
39c
..5c
Hoys' suspenders, slightly dam
aged by water,
at
Wash ties; 25c values;
two for
Heavy plaid blan
kets for
Cotton gloves; worth - n j
double; per pair . . . Li'Z C
Gray blankets
at . .'
Comforts
at
Velvet ties; choice grade,
for
15oys' balbriggan and
athletic union suits . .
Men's white handker
chiefs, each
Men's white handker- QX
chiefs; embroidered . . OjjL
Ladies vests; your "J ftj
choice jLLi'2 C
Stylish and handsome silk
t".s. $1.99
Mouses,
each
$i.i4
Large bunch of flowers
for
u: 4c
Hoys' hats
at
Full dress shirts
at
Men's bolts, 50c, 75c
and $1 values at
$1.00
4c
49c
25c
25c
5c
17c
frames;
19c
5c
: 25c
25c
19c
25c
4c
8-k
49c
10c
19c
65c
8c
39c
39c
145c
12c
10,000 cards o.f buttons; values
at from 50c to $1.50,
Khaki belts
at
Children's caps
at
Self-forming dress
$1.25 value,
at
Ladies' leather belts
at
Large American flags;
50c value for . . .
Parasols; $1 values
at
Ladies' leather half
soles; pair
Loose-leaf cover and
filler; 50c value
Children's school copy
books at
Children's tan hose
at . ..fl
American Heauty silk
hose ; all colors
Silkatine, three
for
Shopping bags
at
Sandals; boys' and
gicls' at
1,000 Roup bowls; big as
aortment; at
Auto caps; choice of $1
and $2 caps
Head scarfs; $2 and $3
values
Polka dot percale
one yard wide . . .
25cx ginghams
at
UNION DEPARTMENT STORE
112-114 SOUTH MAIN STREET

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