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TULSA DAILY WOULD, TUESDAY, JUNES, 1920.
r CflETY I.lt.iAN CJUWronil PKItKtNB WOMAN'S WORLD am WORK . . To live control with nrnnl I mear.; to mt : ganra rather IBM Ins j urv. nn I rrflnittlMI rather Hum fashion; lo hi wnrUljr, not Wapaol" able; nnd wealth.,, fmi rich; to tii.1v hat l think qutatly; '"Ik gent ! . at t frankly to I WOK to star and blrdi 'n babes and sages, with Man heart; In basi nil cheerfully; tn .n tUSVel , .Halt NMIIOMI hiir nrm in " Wort to let Hi" gMrltual, nni.idd. n mid uni 'iii"' iloua, grow up Ihroui Ii 111" rmnmiiii lhl In I.. ,.. my tirphnny. William Henry Channlng I attat'l I lenla. Kn option aim dnnre at Country rihih honoring rioiNimnt and Mr f it Kuisnaon mi family, and Mim Itiddle. Judge nnil Vr Hnln RM It and Mm John Murray Ward bona lift Hubbard Ittidlslll" It.formnl afternoon prtv for Mrn. itiarlee M' n or. Vtnlbi Rarllal. Mr Igeffh grhelner presented hi vto'ln pupils In re.-ltnl last night In Ihe pnliir library, llin following pro gtsm brine rendered Barcarolle (Offenbach) .1 H Moore; lircarn fplii (Carl Vort n Hanta Flf'h All ni Variation fDanela Walter Irwin impromptu I Rein held) fuanUa Jones; Minuet, i Mor I Bsalh WW V IBM Burt lot t HttmorwqtM (lvnrak). All-e ftmk fa) lJiro (tlandrtV fbl V, rittatl'.n (Thais), , iMaaaenetl. F lvlrn lotion; Idvlln CTjirk I Roifi warta fal Pntlta Panoa tin Ola Melody. Klltahcth Tivls. Revel If (flrrrliH-lMl Tlicdrsid M'V'-K, Ttrni" and Variations (TJoniattll iniffori Wlnton; (at Pnionmc Mvirn Minor (Chopin). ( The nirdiing ifirlrgi RHsabeth Kym i"i.i t'ti'ih dance fsnsamhla class), .Tuiia Wilson Manila RaheW, -lane Ririlctt Edith Mniiili Elvira JnnoJ n.iih Weiituns Lota nradfntd J Tt Monir TTiadfort Myr nifford Wlnton. Ii 0 Alvnrrr. Mra 0 .1 Allan Many OaavMn rinnnni Mr chnrlr Merrrr of Fori Wi.rtli. TesSS, n former popnliir vnuor mstrofl of Mil" oltv nrrlvod M..ndnv mornln to -lH Mr Tlnr mi II Taylor. Qnlr n niimhor of drllrh'fiil nffnlrn nrr Ixilna plnnnrd In hr honor, nionB tlirnr halng m Infotinnl nftrrt.oon on WaAnaavlai Wllh Mv llulihiird flnillnlll mid WadnaMlay nlhl Mr Tiny N Rwlni will irlir. an Infnrmiil dunrr nt th Kannrty rrKtnnrnnt. Mm Orrn II aToCarty'a boa party mui lanohon on Wadncaday nd Mm Raah OrrrnidadK will rlv n hrldain for Mm Mrrrrr on filiir.lnv In tlir honio of thr fornirr and on Turadnv .lunr IR. Mrs Edmund lontilry will awtartaln In hrr honor. Iir Hrldo-Flrot. Tiir Bvaniral Mbta -innn of tin rjirm Praaby tartan ohnreh, Mr A K. ttoih taaohar, entartalnad with a, kitchen ahOWf 11 ovcnlnK In tin honi" of Mr. .1 1 Blonn In honor of mim Bam Knappanbararr, a nop nlnr nirml.rr. whoro mirrlniro on TurMlnv In Mr Havmnnd V. Muiithn of TiiIkh In of IntrmHt to frlnndw Tjirludrd 1ho nn nn honor curat wn Mtafl (Irni-r Htownrd who hn Jgat rcinriird from a yoar'a o.ourn In Naw Maxlaa nod Arizona, wnata Thr rrrrilna wn apont Infononily and a liuffi-t rupprr w.m aorvi i Cnfnfnlftaa Maftlna Tii nrinhrr-hip aanfnlttaa of tin Y W f A. with M m IIhv Wdl a rhalrman, will mwl Tnndv afl i-rnoon at i! ..10 n't .h k in llm i:luh- rfMMM, Maonarnnr Inh Thrr- win pa a niaailng thla aftar. on of thn M .if-i ii I I'll, in lh- 'u.nir of Mm .1 I. WnMiin, 11.: BaM Thirii-rnih atraai 1 hi. wrnt for hnr hrallh. Iinn"h)rin. Mr J. O. Hovnrna antartaJltna' with a luncheon In thr Kennedy rea taurnnt on H.itiiiday in honor of her Riirt, Mm (iaorar II. Hlt- lanhouaa unri her dauajhtar. muh ai Hlttenhouar. nnd Mlaa Kdnu Walker Varicolored nwcetpcua arroiHteii Hi,, lat.io iio. wen- .ater. ward presented Ihe honor Kuenta In romance rlusler. Mr. Klltenliouae and oa ugh tar have ralurnrt to thoir tuinio In nklahoma t'lly. Pnrtv Callnt Off .Memliuni Fran. In V Jive, .1 IV djlirro. i' : w.ita. in lime cull.. I ..ri Ih. pin iv whtOh they wrro lo give on . .1 nr I i Mir A il I'erfgen to In- numbered with them a hoalofira entertaining In honot of Mra A 1' floan. on hci mint of the bereavement which hue occurred In the home of Mm Paftgan, her father. Mr Hwlft. en rnuie to Klnrl- da. liming KUtlilenly panned away Iti Ht LiOU la .ind:iy 1 1, ii. in... QttWfaaSt Itola'rtwm nnd Iniiill). Mr anil Mm W Valjean Illddl ron were hoata hint evening In their home In honor ..f QovamOV and Men. J. it A Robartaon, mi OlWa Hnh- ert'.-n ami Mr. BfHaa Itoberlaon Here's RKAL Monev Cluh Kventt Tiaim - I ronta. Ml MatKirei Ringgold wHI pre- enl hr piano pnpl In re. n at the library. i letnent A. I'.ana t'linpur n ita tn nf the moat Infi rrallt.g ea- Mlon of the yrar waa hel Hn'm 'lay iy ihe Clamant a Rvana anaptar I'nlle.l Danghlem i.f the Oanfaclaf arv, Thl u ih la' mi. iic .1 the year and Iha limn for the an- ii nn elei'ibui of offlcara whl.h ii gltad aa follow Mm ' 'bailer: K- 'ranota. praatdanti Mn John iimce Cog, flral lcn prealdenl. Mm H II iwi. aar.nnd alca praaldantj Mr o k ninka. erond vi.e praatdanti Mlaa Krillicea t'leelwonil. lerordlllK aerretarv Mm 'i H P. Thomtb. correapondlnc aecrelarv; Mm Wab tar Dualtatt, traaanrar. Mm ti c. Kpniera htatortan; Mlaa Rial TMr mlnaTham, reiriaii u ; Mm. J a Baar man, ettgtodJIan "f flag; Mm B 1. Merrv. barllninentai Ian Mia Chnr1g A (Viopei. premi .halrman Mm Ii r Acoala and If rf .1 M Una of fered mtiMlcnl aelecllona for the afleinoon and Mm, Jamrt, jonka gave a reading on l he life of .l.-ffer on MAvta. praam m or in i onren erncv, in no mmmn ration of the birthday of Mr DavH, which Brag June 1. The chapter nohnlnmhip WH awar.lcl to MIk Katne lae Juatlce. Thin meeting wa hald In the home of Mm Kr.-d l-'ulghum, aa alatlng honteaaea being Mrs .looph I' Hyrd. Mra J A ileaiinan ami Mm O. II Holla, llefieahtiienla were aerved at the rlnae of the tneel Ing rirnio. The Alplia Omega claaa of th prtrat Christian church will elve a picnic on Krldav. leaving the cltv at i o'clock for Red Kork, where Ihe plaaatira of a anmmer'a out Ing will ha nnjoyed aeilear.r parti'i gUen m Iheir honor during this week Mr nnd Mra ive Kmif Mr ami Mm C. II K in ami Mine Bdna Eooa will leave to. lay for I'aola. Kan, wheie they will gttand ' t n 1 mncnif'iit aiarotga of the I'mu lliiei aagdamy on Thurs.lav Tulaa glil graduates of Ihe a. ndemy tb. v. .' nn Mis is lieifiii'l. 1' ..rence Adams . Kathiilne t)Vtfl Marv Kin.. Selma M. Iior.ald and Thilma Moblny. Mr. .1 ii nodgraaa of Phlladal ihl, Ra., returne.l horn Hunday after a vis l to Mr an. I Mm I'harles A Cooper Mra fToopaf brother. Mr a I. i an. i ..r uoulavllla, Ky , who has In . ii vlgtltni 111 the Coopai boinc. nlsri with anoihir sister, Mrs I. I. Harrison and Mr. Harrison, baa also rttutiio.l horn. Mr and Mr- R. W Rurkharl afi. I rhlldren Ruth and Sara, will leavn Thgradaj f..i s.i prIAga, Mn , wbern they will visit They will bfl ktlnad hire Wi'lnesday by Mrs Rurkbail's sister, Mr .1 K Barnatl and son lo verly of okla- homa ''by. who wiii aocornpany them The paily will make the trip by motor. Mm O w. Ilurford and daughter. Miss Kllhelh, left Hunday for I'alr I tin ilt. Minn, in attend the 0O0V manoaanant atxarelaaa at flhattuoki pehoOli lo re thalff son unit brother I a glndanl Later they will go tn ChtragO and other llllnoia tclnt They will b Joined later by Mr Ituiforil. Mr nnd Mi s C R Raltman, 7 1 f, Koutli Main, iilutiio l ester.lny from Obarttn. Ohio, bringing with them their daughter, tienevteve Willed who ha been III In a hospital at Obcr'ln for the pant five weeks Hhe baa been attending college In that rlty M.s. and Mr p , Hurler have leased the Hlrknesa honie. Ipce- Moisly the H W Pariah home ou Mouth Bl Wpad I for the auoimer or more Will move in the latter putt if thi week in ihe ntaanUtni I hey are the guests of Mr and Mrs Kugene lirton. Irving Plain. Mrs. V R Boiler and family have taken possession of Ihe lir. .lull-l chOanUabar home ltt( North i'he enoi iivi i, lie. for the s itoluei Mis I It Lord and on .1 II . Jr . of Cuahlntt, Okl arn apendtng a few daya In Ihe Zoller horn. Mrs i' A Wilder I entertaining In her home Mm Anna A llownian of Toronto, Canada, who Is en fOUt home from aliform. I where he spent the winter, Mra WLdr plans to give a number e. f Informal par tie for her visitor while she la here. Mr and Mrs .laities K Wade nnd son .lames. Jr., leave today for Washington. I C, where they will loin their son Mr Had Wade. bo Is a student ai lieorgelown univer sity, and who will return with them Mr- Thomaa .1 Wooda and oiinrt Ron Thomas J . Jr , and Mrs Wood s mother. Mis I I llairts, have re turned from Oklahoma t'lfy, wheie thev visited In the home of Henator and Mrn, W C McAlesler. Misa Miriam Kvan. daughter nf Maor and Mr. T D Kvan. who ban been attending the I'nlversttv of iikiahom at Normfln will return r"rbley to end ithe summer at home Mrs M ft Flesher received a mes sage Monday Informing her of the sudden death on Sunday of her mother Mrs It J Klesher. at Huntington, W Va. Mrs Rny Watklna and daughter Batty tiOU and fir. and Mra. W. A Wntklna of fherryvale, Kan.. are flatting Mr and Mrs .1 lt Hgrrlson. Mla Bra Horner a retiring sec retary of the local V. W. C. A . will spend the summer nt Hpartn. Mn. OKLA. EMPLOYED WOMEN ORGANIZE Business and Professional i ' o n t , r efit'rai ion r ormcil Bl Muskogee. Uncial pleasure prefenalona I prof it, nd effective clvm worK r'sult irV frnm nrganlnatlon of employed women were Ihe benefits RtOOl alnaaed at the second nnn inl ..n vantlon or ihe Oklahoma fadaratlon of businea and pfOfaaBtOna woni- an'i eluba hald in Muakagag June ;.. a. ending lo Mis Rettha Wklllen, president of the Tulsa club, who with Agres Varlr. raPfaggntad the ilocal organisation j At a luncheon given for the iee. gat at the ftevers Hotel on Satur- 'day Mr Harrison. ltf manager ex tended a welcome and promised the ' o-opi-ratlon of Muskogee In anv j movement made by the state fed aratlotl and Mm PhU iirnwn, rep Iraaantlni the women of Muekogee, 'described Ihe futnre of state cn. op eration of women A dinner In the Country glub concluded the meet MVJ Mm LaUfi Rrnnon of Muskogee wa re -elected etate president, Mia Mylllder of M'Alester, necretary; iweie Miss t'ordyce of Rhawnee vr-e I president, Mlsa Rounaavllle of Ok mutgaa aecond vice preanlent; Mrs klllan aald other offp er eh. sen and Miaa Mabrl Rrown nf Oklaho ma 'It v treasurer Mlaa Sklllen was elected to the governing board MoAlagtaf won the coni entlor. for 192'.. A debgate was appointed lo rep lesent the fiklahoma federation at the national convention In Hi. Paul in July. The hoard nf the Tulsa ..a., will meet shortly to choose the local repres'-nlatlve to this convention. Urnkcn Arrow firicfit j sjr once. Whether the other will ie. I build h not been nnnunrert. I HROKKN ARROW, June 7. Klre which started In a one story frame building owned by Mra ROM rtoherts, of Wlnfleld. Kan . j and occupied by Mr. I.uther Van ' Vllet restaurant, threatened fnr a while to damage the entire bulnes I district. Th fire, of unknown origin, wn discovered about 2 i I. this morning li hd gained considerable headway before th fire department arrived. The re taurunt building was destroyed Klx- ttirag were Insured for ITOO, Insur 1 an.-e on the bul'dlng I nnt known I here. A twn-story building next to i It was o. eupled by a rooming house ; The loss here was ?2.00. with MHO 1 Insurance The hardware store of ,A A Kemp was hadlv dam.iged i Mr. Kemp loss ws about ll.finn with no Insurance. He will rgbUlld Homer Rhode, waa fined 110 r,1 costs befora Judge Pierce for a -tempting to pick pocket. Tha In formation was filed by tt. H Wl ter. whom Rhodes had chosen for his first victim. , The Rrokep Arrow baseball team Inst Ihe ecnnd gam nf the season yesterday after a hard fought bat tle with Ihe Curler oil company's team. The score wa to 6. Charles Hicks was convicted thia morning of wife beating and was fined llnft and sentenced tn 30 das In the county Jail by Judg H. U Pierce. II H. aeat, graduate chiropodist. 4I2-4IJ Rllfs Rldg. Cedar it. Adt. '.' Pcrmnal Mention Mtta Merv Adair. Mabel Weber. R A. Riddle and W M llnvalrd spent the week end at Independ ence, Knn , where they attended a house party given by Mrs Mulford Martin. Ir Miaaes Jeanne Shea and I.oona fla'breath will remain aa bullae guests of Mrs. Martin fur a i M Permanent Hair Waving Perfectly Done Flveryhody loves pretty wavy hair Bee us for further Infor mation. New York Hair Shop and Beauty Parlor Oyer Hvnhcrga L-UOE The Handbag Shop Offers BEAD BAGS or uimauiil designs nnd colors; cxrcptionnlly fine beads handtomt linings nnd fitted with coin purae and mirror. Just the ban for afternoon and evening fyear. Oime in and let us show you theae wonderful valuea. I'riced From $12.4., to ?291.00 Mail Orders Prepaid L-U-C-E Rnntmrr Kiol.it mrn Flr ChrtBtUn chuiili mrnar Ninth ami ' MnuMtar Klgtil wcahi. Juna I tn July 31 Mn 11 i m. If Intf rattd rail MH.4. RATH till N HOI TN Phona (-dar ttl. ttl 1 .'trmlnnatli TRUNK COM T ANY 414 S. Main St. Tulsa i.. ,i. rrrFvnAcn lli-aldeiit I a. t i"-r Kanaag City FOR A YOU , (I Jo , $?.so $3.75 -$5a0()V ftiitl rnu ilon't hm tn i-niint th il. - I - hi rlrrlr or rirk out piifllf tn ft It. Tli Nine Out l4Ma.n Cnmpan la putttnf itn n Thrift fampnlgii for TuU mm ttml Mnmrtn. Vr prti I1 ) mmw fmm Um to kiavr- Mtut lilp ron ln It b muitlna; th kturt for rH taiitl thru ntnkliif; It rmny fur J nti tn aiid llttlta . 1 wffk or mcMitti. Nn maji or woman will rrr-r arrn Hiulnti m i Mi ur rrrn n anuill nrat t-gg mil 11 hv .tt I 11 niiikna atrl. ""'Mi'tMi Hnrlna; mtui rVlcntlflr In 9mtu Mill Hp thia nil nnrl lirin It tn our nfflrr. grl MUp llbrrtil enntrutt nnrl our . t .. i. for rllhnr of th amouiitB (U SA. $t.U, f , . m '. that fculta Hiu l i ( nml t bfl the t.rnl of nil tUemhrT ahlp In our flit. N1K I C;nt i i i i i.i n Htm tntrr or nil rorlta ii pro rtataj A rtalt tn our nffirr tmur nn olillvatlou on your imrt i,lir maiiaafmrnt will be a;itut to to sou auiil adrta yrni htm you cji htyd tttr yuuranlf. Open Kntniligta Till 1 o'CIock The Nine-Cent Loan Co. 41 Nrciiril.v Hu-ildlntf rhoua f ii 737 or mother and the qirls" Tuesday Special A Saving of 20 to 50 Twenty-five cool, ideal frocks of beautiful flowered voiles. For motoring, traveling and shopping. Specially Priced fr on 522 Main St Hunfs Daily Store News VOL. VI. TUESDAY. JUNK . 1020 No. 8. Dainty Silk Crisp Muslin Five Big Lots of Night Gowns Thif Int IfielOdM Hvrra rlnjan nt nllpnver nwns of pink tat imp. Yokn fmi.htil with h I r f in and honistUclii!, -$1.98 A Ma Aiwnrtment In fleih anil white hatlme anrl flesh rolnrrrl erepe Trlmrnerl with lae anii flnifthel with hemetltchinjr an.1 Trench emhroliiery In aolan HeKUlar 13 15 valuea. $3.49 Thla lot Inrlutlea Fevernl rt.Men pretty atylea in allpover gowns of aher batiste an.l nainsook and aharlow stripe voile. Trimmed with lare, shirring, tui'ka and embroidery. $4.29 Hand-madn Philippine Gown A biff assortment of styles. V-ne.-ka, Miliars and round necks, with hund-embroldered daalana. loallaaad ami hem- atiteheil finish yoke. $4.59 Long Sleeve Mualin Cowna r'lnn cambric muslin gowns. V-neck, with yoke, of embroid ery and lucks and ernhrnldery ruffs. Regular IS 95 valuea. $5.39 Two Special Lota of Pajamas One and two-piece pajamaa of plain and bluebird erepe. Pa Jamaa In white, flesh, pink and orchid. A hlg assortment of style. Regular I 1.1 valuea. $4.89 Bluebird crepe pajamas, one plere etyle. finished with white orrandy and blue hematltrhing Novelty yoke .effects. Raffular IS 41 paj.imna. $5.19 White Petticoats at June Sale Prices flood quality white najnsook petticoats with flounce, of food cambric embroidery. Regular 12 95 value. $2.49 One lot of nainsook and lorig .loth pettlcoata with deep flounce of lace embroidery and turka. Regular 14 96 value. $3.59 Recnnil Floor. Undergarments I Undergarments Silk Bloomers One lllg l.i. i of l,liig-rlr MIk nioomerR Flesh and pink lingerie silk with silk woven dots; well finished with elastic knee, sizes 3, 5 and 7. $2.89 fevernl Dr?rn Sillk lllnomerv Hood quality all silk Blnomer in flesh color, elastic knee; regular 11.95 value, in all slr.ra. $4.29 One lllg lat of iln Bloonien. I 'lain pink satin bloomers with elastic knee and hemstitched plcoted edge ruffle finish, regular 11.11 valuea. $8.39 Ono W.irtrd Ist nf Sutln ninnmc-rs Rtgular 11 2 95 and $13.50 Bloomer of goo.l 'inallty satin with georgette lace, ribl.nn and rosebud trimmed knee; Hev eral style- included. $10.95 Kino Quality Pink Knlln niimmrrs Bloomeri, that sell regularly for 111 95; elastic kn.ee finished with Inseta of georgette and lao ttimmad ruffles., $12.92 Iralnty Trlinmril Satin BloomT -Made of finest quality satin and finished with georgette ribbon, lace and rosebud trimming at the knee $13.92 Fancy Brocade Confinera Ar assortment of style. n front and back opening fancy brocade confinera. valuea to 12.50. $1.89 Silk Jersey and Fancy Brocade Confiners Made of extra good quality silk Jersey and fancy brocade, value, lo 14 II $3.79 Seoorul Plniir. Reduced- one Big Lot of Silk Vests Neat tailored bodice lop vests with ribbon shoulder straps. Regular1, 14 95 vf.ls. $4.29 . Silk Teddies and Envelope Chemise frepe d chine Teddie. in flesh and pink and while, bodice tops finished with hemstitching rlhhon and lare; some with colored embroidery and lace medallions. $5.29 Lingerie 811k with shirred bodice top and lace trimmed fitted lop. Regular $5 95 value. TheHUNTco. DEPARTMENT RTOPvE Mala st. Batwaan Thmi and Fourth Wash Satin and Crepe de Chine Teddies White and flesh color wash satin and flesh crepe de chine Teddie. with ghtrrinffi tuckii. ribbon and laot trim med bodice top; regular $R.95 values. $8.29 Two Interesting Lots of Silk Camisoles A big lot of wash satin and tuh silk Camisoles In flesh and white, finished with embroidery , lace and rosebud .prays, regular 11.39 value. 98c This lot Includes a big assortment of style, in wash eatln and tub silk; French embroidered effects; ribbon run bodice tops and novelty stitching, as w. II is lace trimmed styles. Regular 12.39 valuea. $1.98 Four Lots of Silk Night Gowns Pluln Ofapa do Chine. f;on.e Kieah colored crepe de chine gowns with tailored hemstitched bodice yokes with blue and pink shoulder ribbons Reg ular 19.95 value $8.86 White and I'lesh "repr do Chine OOWM An assortment of pretty style., plain with colored embroidery and novelty .tltchlng; other with tuck and lace. Regular 110.95 value. $9.49 An Assorted tM of silk Gown. Kleth and pink crepe de chine gown., hem stitched, tailored finish daintily trim med with georgette and Uce Insert, ribbon shirring and rosebud, round. V and quare ne. ke. Regular 114 95 valuea. $12.96 Satin. George-tie. and Cir.(ir tie Chine tiiiH9 .atin and georgette gowns, tailored, finished with hemstitching, tuck and rlbhnn; crepe de chine with lace nd georgette yoke.. Ill 50 values. scixiihi Hoar. $15.59 All the Better Georgette and Satin Undergarments not otherwise mentioned will bear uniform reduction 20 During Thl Three Day Sale