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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1920. HONOR THE FIRST I). S. PRESIDLN I t IV. C. A. Will Give a .. . i T)UJ-.. Wasninguju rau,y This Evening. GIRLS OF T TO DANCE r rn..1 A Vj.jng l'copic 01 i uihu .rvre Invited to Attend tno Program. . - J It. . t. T bfCln ai mo onu, inn mH- irrton'i birthday party in the Y. V. r A tonight Is to conclude with the (rnilce of toast to tho "father of Lf countrj " whoso plcturo will ho ,uttniet above tho mantolploce, Iti Incidentally, ft punch table In Jf,'y V lobby. Tho toast will be Wiltd In cherry punch "made out t (Jerries from the original Cloorgn ffuMnston cherry tree." nccordlns in MIm Velcd.i llocbol, recreation iLr'tUri'. who vowed that, like Vwhlnffton. "ho could not tell a Uit of Interesting tiring will re ,,,). totlng time, however. such ufor IniUinco, a progressive rccelv Tt line, tho only sum way yet In inljd of introducing a River, sroup it people to each other. On tho firnul program are nn old-fashioned L... t.v Miss Florence Sheet. estfcetlc dancing Inslructor, a stunt tr ic.T.e "V" men nd a minuet by members of the Hostess and Host - ..V. A number of yen, you guessed It -voting ladles are planning to don rolonlal auire lor ino occasion, mus .i.i nn In thn ntinnltnr.m.nl mntlA it i club luncheon this week that ''the IllrtMnr-tnn W a mA .- .., n . - ... ... nu(alpt .yj , ,1,,, IILTIII. featuring fnnpv f.mlnlnn, ' n.ltir- In costume Is, though, not compul sory and Marthfc Washington bo ncts and Oeorgo Wnnhlnirron ! cockades will he distributed (o every. uouy. All the vounc neonln bf the rltv are Invited to the Wajihlnctnn'a birthday parly, and If young people have not changed slnco Washington's lime, they will enjoy It. GET TWO JAIL BREAKERS TO REORGANIZE Y GYM EFFORT Throe IVupew IVoiiv County Jail Jmst Saturday Held In Jopllu. Capture oifl two additional men who etcaped from the Tulna oounty Jail last Saturday morning wvia re ported yesterday from Jntilln, Hhcrlff Jamca Woolley lyivltig hcen Informed by W. T KlUicart, local deputy bherltf, who went Id Joplln IYlday that Jon Mtho'.fwn convicted of auto stealing ami Jack Allen, awaiting trial on the charge of Mealing an overcoat, wohc hold there In Jail. Member of tho Joplln police force Cttpturod Doc Parker, (.uniting trial -on the chargo of automobile larceny, Thursday, and (ratified thu local tvhorlfru office that dviy. IClth cart will probably remain tio J op I In for several dajs In an effort to ap prehend any other of the 17 'H capon Who sawd their way to freedom. Has Another Son. Dean K Kotr, of the firm of Foe lei' uifniure. petroleum engi neers, says "Hvcr thing comcM to him who waits." Yesterday ho was pass ing the cigars around to Hhow his appreciation to Mr. Stork for bring Ihg him another won, John Dean, who arrived Thursday night. J. B. Miller Comes Here From Kentucky as Physical Head. J. B. Miller of Covington, Ky ar rived In tho city yesterday afternoon and will n us u mo his duties us physi cal director at the Y. M. C. A. today. days ngo that lie regarded Miller aa one of the foremost physical direc tors in tne United Slates. C M Hob ev. uho has serveu as physical director of the local arso elation or several month, will leavo tonight for New York, en route to Cxecho-SlovaklH. where he will be engaged In physical work tor tho Y. S. A. Idlers Visit City. Captain Fntbkowltch and teu letuint IlcrncH of the Muskogeo dtadcl of tho H.ilvatjon -trmy, uho conducte-,1 the o.tero'jiea Thurmlay night, left for homo yrtenlny. They wore tho gtiOf3st of Commandant O. T, Johneon here. Salvation Army Head in Tnha Ih Promoted for Efficient Work O. T. Johnson, In chargo of the Tulsa citadel of tho Hilvattnn Army. " has Just been promoted from the rank of ndjutant to"-that of conimnndant. a new .title with the .Salvation Army Commandant Johnson has been 19 years In the Korvloe of Jhe 8, A., Joining It at Onlveston and gradu ating from tho trulnlng school in 1900. Why dread baby'M first mimmcr? learn tho .principles "f baby care and feeding In the Y. V. C. A. class for motliors. Inquire Cedar 388, -Advt. J. II. Miller. Mr Miller hna had a wldo experi ence as an nthlctic director both In collego sports and with the V. Ho served also with the A. H V Dr. Cimrlea K. Il.irker said at tho meeting of tho Hotnry club a few COLONIAL WIGS ron - Washington Birthday Parties New York Hair Shop A Beauty Parlor THANK YOU l'Olt YOt'K I'ATHONAGi: R 1 l ' " ' ' por Women , The Newest Spring Models Faithfully portrayed in a wonderful collection of Popular Priced Dresses Featured today arc dresses of taffeta in scores of beautiful new styles. Included arc the very new straight line and basque effects. Dresses with lonpr and short tunics, belted styles, ripple and ruffled skirts. In short, everyjiew style idea of the spring: season is represented. Tho choice of colors include taupe', gadfly, wood brown, turquoise and the ever popular navy. Women with accurate knowledge of fashion's trend will be among tho very first to take advantage of this offering of very fine dresses at these unusually moderate prices. All sizes. Prices are $39.75, $44.50, $54.50 to $89.56 Beautiful New Suits . at Popular Prices A large assortmetn of individual styles in both plain tailored a.nd fancy models, novelty ripple and pleated back effects with fancy 'vests and novel trimmings. Materials arc fine tricotine and poirct twills. Colors are navy, tan, and rookie. All sizes. Priced at $69.50, $74.50, $89.50 Women's Store Second Floor ' Popular Prices on New Coats The styles are decidedly new and different. Novelties, Bport styles and cape effects prdominate in soft woolen materials and all tho new spring colorings. All sizes in cluding stylish stouts. Priced at $39.75, $44.50, $49.50, $54.50 to $79.50 Phone Osage 2082 1 THE STORE OF QUALItVJ f ;519-;jai SUUTH MAUN 1 MORE AUTOS RECOVERED Plain Clothe orNivr- (.mIc nml llojil Doing (iiHMl Work. Only two of the 20 automobile re ported to the police aa having lnon klolen during February remain In Uio bandit of tho trook-. ncior.htig James A tilbbw, nn oil man of fill lo I'lnln Clothes Officer Krnont j North Tncomn. u lltldaon mtper-6, (I001I.0 and fy llovd, deialle I by ; taken from Sixth and Main the night Chief of I'o'lre C II Allen lo run- f IVbmarv 10, the mmn night ns nlng down nuiomobiui tm-itf 1 unit or Atlorney leo ixmioi. noiit These officers yesterday lee verel three qnrs One was a I'onl. belong lug to A. D I laker, an oil man of I Shamroik, loivit.nl In West TuKi Daniel nnd llbbs cars wero found ni.nr Kstone Thn Kurd car of the I' M. Miller Lumber company, taken from in front of Iti23 Knsl Fifteenth street, nan found yesterday on Jof forson strcot. Those wanting Mnto for Passover phtwo call Mr (ireen, Osago 6jI :373.SS62 Advt Itannls Optical Co -Advt 415 South Main Sired Tulsa, Oklahoma Continuing Our Special Offering Spring Suits, Coats, Dresses Our first undcrpricini even proved n qrvut success nnd several hundred ladies accepted the wonderful values offered in handsome suits, coals and dresses. The reductions quoted were decisive and al Iprlccs will he in effect today. Shop early in the day. . " ...... (Ali Suits itt $39.75 Sizes Ui to U Xew spring suits made up of the best quality seryes and poirct twills The style ef fects are the smart distinc' tivc taillcur effects Suits that arc fxceptional values at the special price Satur day only $3975 Suits at $59.75 Sizes Id to It The very cleverest suit mmlels and the var let y find expression throuyh the yracc of line The 'materials are seryes poirct twills and tricotine The styles Include, the wanted fashions that arc so popular this season $59.75 fl II Sport Coats Reduced to $39.75 TODAY ONLY Sport Coas are, placed on sale today at a substantial re duction in price. They arc presented in navy, tan, brmvn and polo cloths. Unrestricted choice of the asseinblaye at the one price of $39.75 f Dresses at $24.75.' Taffeta, gcorycttc and satin dresses arc offered for today's selling at a wonderful saving. These dresses arc the season's latest arrivals and include the natty style effects so excellent for springtime wear. The designs are in the bouffant, pleated, ruffled and developed of the best quality materials $2475 Dresses at $34.75, ,tfl an extra value for Saturday wc present a col lection of taffeta, georgette and tricotine dresses that denote exquisite drcs stvylcs tvltli beautiful new trimming effects that are a premier selection of individualized modes. Especially reduced for today. i $34.75 SANDWICHES After tho hhow Superior Tea Room Alt South .Main ...jj.t. ........ ymj lime of (at BAKER'S COCOA is welcome J)0 not make the mis take of thinking that cocoa is only an occa sional drink. It u so val uable a food beverage, so rich in the elements of nutrition, so delicious in flavor, and so wholesome that it should be used regularly and often. BooUet of Otckt Rtdptt untfitt The Consumer Eventually Pays For Strikes If Tulsu were n conl-burning city, it would help materially in paying for the recent coal strike; a it is, the few coal-burning factories and residences hero donate their shnrc. When the packers nnd jobbers and retailers needed more money to pay for increases caused by strikes, you and I helped pay tho raise. When the carpenters struck, you and I helped pay for the strike; when the bricklayers and the janitors struck, you nnd I helped pay for the strike; when the steel workers struck, you and I helped pay for the strike; when the sheet metal workers struck, you and I helped pay for the strike; when the meat cutters and the bnkcrs and the clerks and tho hod carriers struck, you and 1 helped pay for the strike. The strikers didn't pay for it. We the consumers paid for the strikes in increased wanes, increased rents and increases in the prices of clothing and foodstuffs. The strikers had nothing to lose. They had no causo for worry. The chief executive of the National Association of Manufacturers has an nounced that strikes have cost the country $10,000,000 a day for eight months. You nnd I every citizen of Tulsn every citizen of the United States, have paid nnd are pnying our share of this astounding amount. It probably costs us as individuals not less than $300 or $400 n year, depending upon our scale of living. But it must be paid if organized labor is allowed to remain in the saddle. W. B. KILLMER, President r Tulsa Decorating Company JUST NORTH OF POSTOFFICE WALTER BAKER & COM TTHTTTTimil.MMnw 8 212 SOUTH BOULDER (Copjllsllt uppllnl for)