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TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1920 f3 r CSETY l.IIJAN CltAWFOItn J'KllKINa WORK WOMAN'S WORLD and hool are r crowded and 'he nil'- nuv -il y jmo dMgnmg ilhit at ion fr wri of . ertorarl will be !' no numroim ihre in nr l v tratlng n nrt rommer'lal r work 'I made lo the. I'nl'ed States supreme a child who it nmplv and efficiently And the hutlne one ge where she'coiirt in the raie n( Frank Moor fitted for elf. support or production mr net a very definite and pecfic i krt Hicks. Paul 1U11, Joe, Knox, sfter romriletlnir a gramnmr school I training for ferreiarlal work'' t'riink Mlrku and Kd Coleman, ne- ioiir It rhotild he the aim nfj 'Copyright I ft 2 rt I . rne under nen'rnie of deuth for eierv irlrl In itn nn hihr Into hlKh mirdi ir lonnection with the Thl- srhool nnd then. If linaslnlt. tilt; I n In Supreme I nrl n o inly rlo's in this state, Ut A spliuh of color 'gtnt the soft gray dny. A nntf of high rlear music midf , Midsummer's symphony. An fxetmnatlon polril dramatic I"1 accent i The landscape's loveliness with morn thou glv si the signal to arise At noin srnilnrl on nard tnoi unit II ' dewy e i spire In silhouette Against the purple of the. western kit While m h rurftw hour J see Thy tall, lint shaft tiplit1 In IH night. And to my rinsing thmi aft An ntl finger pointing sirer Vrnvard to the stars All this and more thou aft to me Of plsnsure (i nil of solar, Poplar Tree' 'IidI'm'm Cumis. Jlrs. Cs Uyos luncheon for Mndam' MimiMl I'nilknn nd 0rle Usrfl Coun'rv Hub brid m ih Mr Iorln '1 UrrlirM hotttM- Connry rltih goir lournitmcnt A. ft llrldgo lu will ml wlt Mi. Vomc Vandfver, liiiiiclicon ('iintiv Mr ')hrf I'ldward StrnuvMI entiirl.ilnofi wlilt nn Infnrmnl lnmlt eon In th Ten 'ii Inn yetrdny In honor of tier vlmiorc Mm llenjnmln B. Wheeler und Mie U.ibe Parker of Mukogee, who lire her Kneels, coming hi Hitiiil Krml nper Among "there preeent were Mr Moffiiiloiigh iind her Hiieau, Mir. O.iyo llrrl Hnd Mr. Hnmilel rnlkner Mr ( lurenie .1. Illnd rnun iind Kuent. Mra. Ilnhert M. nlney. I'lnn nntuil liiliirlmiti. The Crown Henl rhiiillnunuii rlrcle mt MnniUy tiftornoon with Mm ll Walton on Went r,inieriin Mreol 0te of Hie. Irnpni taut miitler" thii( Cn He I'Hlnre (lie meetitig m in pMiid for the nnnunl lunrhenn whlrh will be given In the Kennedy ron tnurnnt on Mnmlny, Mny Al. InillnlldiiA ImiciI. Mm .lulee Cnnelnnlln hn leaned Ciirrt for nn nurllnn bridge party which nhe will Klve. in tlm t ounlry alub on the nftornonn of Tuemluy, Mny 25. Ilrlilgti I'iirty. Mr. Arthur Newlln nnd Mm. Charlen T hlleon will entertain nt auction bridge nt it dntn to bo named late In tlm month. alrle work lomtnit'oe Mi I Maude I. Diunon ehiirn'jn, in girl depart n ent. ! 10 p m A group of vountr emplovd glrl go io Y W C A tamp for nipper nd vening pMy. io p in sortirlH Mrfllmf. The Kippn riamma eororltv will mel Aalurdiiy morning at 10 JO o'rlnrk In ihe home of Mra " fole III? tkiuth i,heenne aene wlHi Mleaea Iilxn'-h M'lilen and Mary n UI he hoaleanea Personal Mention Club Notes Tulan Hfctlon Council of .towlah Women will give linen r.liowor for l-rancea Wlllnnl Homo. 2.30 o'clock In tlic home, . Mlialonary eoclhl by wwiinn of Lutheinn church, Tng day by locul tlcrblan relief. The Mlnlonnry Society of tlm Hlmt Lutheran church will give u lunch eon at the church, corner 6 1 It mid Blwood Wrdnodiiy ut 12 o'clock. V. . C. A, I'nlciidnr. Luncheon of yniinir women of th Ohio CltlfK (Inn company In eocond floor clutiroom, 13 o'clock, Called meeting of C'osden refinery Alub. IS o'c.look. Mcotlntr of Ktiido achnol hectlnn of MIm llroek and Mian ISIItolt hnve. raiajied pueapoita and nlll aall .Inn tft for Purl, where they will attend ihe aummer aaaaion lit fHrhnnne unheranv and will alao vialt other varlom point of inteieal. in Eng land tnrt on the continent before re , turning In th iorlv nntutnn Mr and Mm DoWUI Hull hme been realdlng I" t'he-. a 'i will In Ihe future mnkeiTulna ihiiri home ind re now itomn lied wi'l. Mr lliill'a parent. Mr. nd Mr- I Arthur Mull nn Bnutli Main MirM Mr nnd Mra. Ilnrnee .Iniin... who linve been aimmllng the m' in California, have relumed ml realdlng at IU1 Unuili I'm iV avenue. , , Mr. nnd Mra. J. O. Lorton of rim homn ll' are vlalllng In the hoire of Mr l.nrlon'a hrothera, Me r Kugene nd flile l.orlon. Mra. M. C. Cnmpbell of Kanna (!lty, who has been vlnltlng In 'ho home of Mra. I', r. Maya, left Mon day for her Home Mra Ilobnrt M llnlpey of Okla homa City Is the gueat of Mra (Tir rncn .1 lllnetnan, tmmlng over for grand npern. Mra P II Mnehmigh of Mnako gee waa the gueat of Mra. Ralph Campbell for grand opera higher into om apeclnllzed school , for biialneaa. leaching, or a profea-1 Ion 1 1 la o much eaeit'r to do r h I ' now ihan It waa aome feu yean ago Now rirla can work thlr wav throngh rchool with a mii'h enel aa a ho? Now thero ate manyl acholarahipi offered for in' both technlr.il and academic -hon, wher formerly there were but few And what la more now. Ihere are any numhar of good poaltlona I tng for trained glrlo. whP b la an idded inienllve. m inntlnue m e'hooj Why 'not talk over with the r"i girl era duate in your own bo.nr n r pnltitle of the future Whj m t , look Into om of Ihn opportuAitien j offered bv vrloii achoola id hr'p her find her plae. Have von told her of 4he fr normal achoola'' The l,te iinlverallle vhero ahe m.iv aludv jIihoM evervihlng from d' .lllf'l' f. n. r ,f,r Immr "llPlgr ipienl 1 .1 r .1 .ne I ' . The kin-b r,-i 'r . t i . - ' nf rt h. , I ' t i't, n ' t-.' i T ft be l.ITTM. ROi-K .ik As a Wnnan Thinks Uy UDITII 13. MOniAllTV lli lp Hit Io on. Schoola will aoon he lioldlnK their grnduatiiin exerrlaea nnd after the eventful dny la over there will be acorea of little glrla mid big glrla nuzilliirf nn to what to do next. The urn mnuir acliool nilaa will try In decide botween high achnol, dual neaa acliool or work. The high arhnol grndilnto will try lo decide botween normnl acliool. collfgn, or biialneaa. u ml the rnllegn grndunln will Iry to decide between higher education, leaching, aoclnl work, biialneaa, or mnrrlimc The denlalnn of each and evoryi girl will mean a momentnua time. In her young llfo nnd perhapa a grent turning point for her. In acarcely any Instance, hnwevor, will the girl who chooaea further echoollng make a mlatake, Americanization la the great cry today nnd It doea not re fer only to people of foreign hlrth. It ahoiild- he alarled n every homn nnd thn beat way to promote mil verajl Amerlr.inlzatlon la by educa tion. In this dny and ngo when the Oh ! How the Housework Drags ! Who docs not know women nnd young girls who nro continually in ir..ara wlm always sec the dnrk sido who huvo frequent fits of melan cholia without apparent ftAp Dr. Picrco'a Favorito 1 11 my fteUf Prescription' oxortB a "-vzaii an Bill wonnnrMU nrvwnr nvnr woman's delicato sj'stem. It isnn invigorating tem pcrnnco tonic nnd is pre scribed for tho peculiar weaknesses, irregularities and painful derangements of women. It con bo procured in liquid or tablots at any drug store. Send 10 centa to Dr. Hcrco'd Invalids' Hotel in nuffalo, N. Y., for trial pnckiiRO of ' Fnvorit Prescription Tublota.' Houston, Tkxas. "For more than thirty years I havo nlwaya spoken a sow!, word for Doctor Piurcn'a Modicinoa. Tho 'FavoriU? Prescription ' and 'Pleasant Pollcta' were my 'stand-by.' 'Favorite PrcBcription ' was tho medicine I would take for nervousness, weakness and run-down conditions, and tho Pellets for constipation and sluggish liver, and these medicines have never failed to Rivo mo just tho help and renewed health that 1 needed. I still Uiko tho 'Pellets' when I require a mild laxative, nnd consider them the very best medicine of that kind I have ever taken." MltS. M. Pauish, 911 Dowling Street. tiSi H DENTISTRY that vnti n.tv r KJ Vflif RECOMMEND TO YOUR FRIENDS "Gontl Work at Rettsonable Prices All Work Guaranteed Examination Free Dr. McCann's Dentists Phone 4352. Open Sundays until I p. m. Tulsa, Okla. 212Vi South Main, Over Model Clothiers tuire- - I-:-. W r .1 BBVH Ur A COFFEE jVn Better minting methods 1 Ilrnikfaat (n I.uxn la 1 III toaated Riven Tllla.l'a I ku i,v ... nmiil.i i.ll. , JH rn h fnivoi' nil ita own f One pur kliRo i onvlncea. ftii 1. A k iour K'ocer. MR V itittiirf. Saiulcra t o. 1 1 aLLLV lllatrilintiira 1 I 1 1 BS Jloattinl I I An aoi 11 1 'he - If the families ,who drink 111 is coffee were known by the name of Inter-State, nearly everyone in town would be related. Roasted ourwin fresh daily. Warrant 4 MciAiTtn mr Th lKTTt Cmvm Co., JorUM Muout The 'Story of Modern Bread Making Chapter UX. ONLY THREE EATS Properly Promote Growth in Children) HE medical profes sion have shown within the last three years, as a result or experiments in feeding young animals, that there are three kinds of fats most conducive to the growth of the young. Of these three namely, butter, cod liver oil, and egg yolk only one has both shortening and tissue build ing properties. That one is butter fat. Other ordinary foodrfats possess shortening and food' value. But they lack the vital qualities which pro-J mote growth and sturdiness in children. HOL'SUM Bread is madc with whole condensed' milk containing 8 per cent' of butter fat. This is a highly important factor in making HOLSUM Bread "The Perfect Balanced Ration 'J Made by Tulsa Bread Co. Also Makers of Buttcrkrust "The Lcadinpr 10c Loaf" Visitors Always Welcome MADE IN LARGE SIZE ONLY Hunt 's Daily Store News VOL. V. WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1920. No. 19. Her Display of Graduation Gifts Wouldn't Be Complete Without . Ivory, Handkerchiefs and Stationery And ftiey are all practical rlfta he eauae it doean't matter how many times they're duplicated o far aa Hndkerhlefa and Stationery go, and Ivory pieces may be exchanged Tou'll find almoat unlimited choice of appropriate piece In vrV heat quality Ivory. Manlruro Plrrea, Toilet Rets, Toilet Pieces, Vaara, nruaha, Trays. Photo Kramea. Clocks, Perfume Con tainers. Hat Pin Holders, etc. Hnntrlns In Prlc from "So to Jlft.00 Plero Perlinpa Toti'rl Ho Interested In Onfl of Those Specially Priced Pholo Frames $4.79 and $6.84 Large and medium sizes, se.ver.il styles. If You're Choosing Stationery Lady Martha Iivn A larue romb nation box of stationery and silt edce CArda In mauve, buff, nlle and white. $2.85 Box nonnlr-Bnic I,lncn FlnMi Ijimh In pink, blue and hello: plain paper and Kilt edge cards, and marginal fold sta tionery. $1.65 and $1.85 Box Correspondence Cards Plain and gilt edge; white and tints. 75c lo $1.40 Box One Lot of Correspondence Cards nt 35c Box Mauve, pink, blue, buff and hello shades, In plain heavy quality lawn. Pound Stationery 3So and 50o lb. Stationery Dept. .Main Floor Among the More Gifty Looking Handkerchiefs Hand Knihroldered Handkerchiefs of fine linen, white and colored em broidery cornern and narrow hem stitched hems. s 75c to $2.25 Armenian "nil Madrlrn Handker chiefs of very sheer linen: dainty Armenian edges and drawnwork cor ners, and Madeira hand embroidered. $1.00 to $4.75 Each Popnlar Priced Ilnon nandkcrchlefse yhlte centers with colored edge and embroidered corner designs. White centers and fancy borders and fancy centers with plain borders. 40c to 65c Each Crepe de Chine Handkerchiefs AH white and colors with embroidered corner designs, plain centers and fancy borders and fancy centers and plain borders. 35c to 75c Each Handkerchief Section Main Floor Members of Tnlsn Open Shop (SquAT Deal) AMOclatlon nc HUNT co. DEPARTMENT STORE Main St., netivrcn Third and Fourth Sts. Hare Ton Seen Tho Sulfa at Half Price? Second Floor Merchandise of the BETTER SORT THAT'S OUR BUSINESS To place at your disposal everything to wear for man, woman and child at a minimum cost. Dressing on a limited .income is no joke. Buy with knowledge "Shop at Putter's." , aSauivt. Cr u New Frocks To Greet Tho New Scasou Buttcrick Patterns Arnold's GIove-Grip Shoes TAX IHUHflrl Mid-Summer Is mirrored in oar gnUy trimmed Hats Onr , Millinery Department li gay with the eoaton's smart Mt colors Men! For Graduate Brand Clothes Ida Silver Brand Collars WAISTS De luie models of grace and correctness of line and of mch exqulctte style that they appeal to every votary of fashUn. A color and design to suit your Individual i. $3.45 1 203 South Main Buy With Knowledge The Bargain Center of Tulsa THE SUIT nrlngs added smartness to tho Summer Ward robe. One lot of ladles' cor rectly tailored suits. In Gabardines, Poplin and Blue Serge at half th cost of the cloth In them. In sizes IS to 44, at the very special 0?.".. .. $17.45 .. . i HE v.