TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, JUNE 17. 1020
Bohnofcld and Clipson
Chosen as Loaders in
Fort Worth Chosen for Next
Convention ; Time of Meet
ing Is Changed.
William O. Bohnafald of TiiInii wan
flertnl iirralilrnt of tho miuthucat
rrn d little t of tho National ('Inim-ix
anil Iiyors aHMoclaiion, In tho i-IohIiik
Hi Mloti of tho annual COnYttttion of
tho aiwoclallon yoBtonlay. C. I.
QXIpaoa of Tula wiia alaetld an a
dirretor for a pirlotl of throw yearn.
Thn rnnvrntion wnj clO yttUirday
lifter a trip throMh tho oil flaldl
uml tha CoM'lon refinery.
More than III dalafatM, Inrlutllnir
f0 wnnifn, attonileil tho rnnvorit Ion.
ftkt aouthwaatarT district of th
Hennora anil clyera MMOtetleB In
rhiili Oklahoma, Arkanaa.,, Tcx.ia,
Allffsntirl nnd Louisiana.
It WM deJdd at tha mooting
WfilnoKday tuornltiK to i h.iiipn tho
time of the annual illHtrlct nicotine
Xroru June to November, and the
ti"Xt OOnwntlon will ho hold In Fort
Following the buslnox amnion
Wadncsday morning a luncheon w in
given at tho T Cup Inn for th
women. This wair follOWld by tho
trip throuch th oil Ndrla.
ATTENDS ROTARY MEETING
riniul Iloiieh LcaTW fop Atlantic
City: Will Visit Now York.
Claud I.. Holyh, manager of the
Vndirwood Typi wrlti r company,
ImvM tonight for Atlantic City,
Wnera ho will Hhuw Tulsa photo
graphs, literature and atntlatlca nt !
the Itotary club convention there. I
Jloui;h, who la a member of tho
publicity committee nt the conven
tion, will he ono of about 10 Tulsa
At Atlantic City Mr. Hough will
I" joined by Mrs. Hough, who has
I n spending tho summer In New
York city. Together they will go to
KW York, where Mrs. Hough will
remain after Mr. Hough returns to
TulHa by way of Canada about tho
last of July.
Hoy CaiiHcn Arrest of
Alleged Swindler for
Hiking Horrent Hand
The older the game the hauler
That a number of men and boys
hmo been swindled by one of the
olilest of "skin games ' la the be
lief of the p. vile, . who aTei,,.iM
for further MVMMgatlOl a DlA.fl
wh i gUea h'a name as Johtt
O' Brain and who was arrested late
Inst night on complaint of lavy
Imltlt u i . . it old boy.
O'Braln'l game wan simple. In
fact It was exliemely iriole. se
OOrdlng to the story told the .po
lloi by the boy. Mince landing In
Tulsa the "shell game" suspect
posed hm the owner of a large Mis
souri wheat farm and pretended
to be hunting harvst hands, the
"All who accepted his offer of
work on 'his wheal fai in' gave
O'llieln money for their ralloud
tickets to UlMOUL When I founii
out that 1 could not go ami work
for him 1 went to gei in money
back arid he wouldn't give It to
me," the boy declared. Not only
are the police convinced that the
roan never. t-:iw a wheat farm, but
they believe I hat ho has btM re
sponsible fur a number of similar
swindles that have been perpetrated
here recently. A careful Investi
gation of his career Is to be mole.
OPEN REFRESHMENT STAND
Community Kitchen Women lo Sell
leu Hum OJfcd Cold Drinks.
1'lana to operate refreshment
8tanila In Owen and Central parks
on July 6 to raise funds for tho fin
ishing and furnishing of the com
munity kitchen at lloulder avenue
and Archer street, were made at a
meeting of the mlvism-y board for
the community kltehon from the
Home BMolonoy c uh. Six stands
for the sale of lee cream, soda pop.
and toy balloons, will be maintained
lit Owen park and ono in Contra
park during the afternoon and
evening of July R.
one woman will be In charge fo
each stand, those so far appointed
being Mesriames Bad QrOttmot, B,
I. Merry, It. F Bdwarda, and Bid
dtngton, Jr. Mrs. l.llah D. Mndsay
was appointed to secure the assist
ance of boy scouts during a portion
of the day. rormislon to erect the
stands was given a week ago by
tho park board and corroborated by
the mayor yesterday.
Hh l.llah IV Undsay Is chair
man of the advisory board for the
community kitchen, which is to he
opened next week.
I.M'Kll KIC'M I'lIKi KIllNll I'AOI
Mis W, M. ChadWl II b fl W-dnes
day night for Norwood. Mo., to visit
Dr. and Mrs. Q, W. Norwood.
Dtia borton has returned
i fortnight a visit to Wood
Miss Mario Irvin. 1114 Kort Hen
ver avenue. has returned fiom
SJn lllirf li id, Mo, White she alte.lled
the KlMlnvihe academy, aylOtftllSlfll
Mrs Harry Madanaky an.t son.
Iald. returned TtlMday from Ni w
York, where they visited home folk
Master Varb y llandley Taylor Is
In Muskogee, where he is tttondlni
the Junior Christian I'.ndeavor con
rantlon, representing this organisa
tion from the I'irst J'resliyterlan
church of Tulsa.
lakes for tin
Mavo and children are
week lor the Wisconsin
Mr. Ha"iha Itacovltch Is leaving
for Newark, .V .1., and will later t
In Kansas, wine., he will v'slt dif
ferent points and will rctcin to
Tulsa September 1
Mis Thomas .1 P.irby will leave
Friday fnrlss Angeles nnd Kan Finn
Cisco. Pal., and en rou'.e will pi ml a
few das in 1 1 1 1 1 is.
Tiie ontnonal circle ,,. i, Utdlaa'
Ald of the irst Methodl! church will
meet with Mrs. W. !. Itr.mckman.
1213 BBtttll lln i' ler aveoue . on
Thuradnv afternoon This will be tin
last meeting of the r ami in o'ei
Hon of officers will lake puteo.
W. C. T. t'.
'here will be a meeting held FYI
day afternoon nt 2:30 o'clock by th
W. C. T. 1'. of the I irvt Metb ilK
I church In the heme of Mrs. C.
I 11 ' 312 Fast Fourteenlh street
Menihera of the Boutfiwcal circle.
First Methodist church, will meat
Thursday afternoon at 2;3i) o'clock
in the homo or Mrs. i Htalnbarger
A process for coloring wool orange
and khaki shades with dilute nitric
acid has been invented In England.
WALK-OVER BOOT SHOP
THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
f! v.'), White washable kid one-eyelet tie.
turn sole, high covered hel; fljs Q l f?
$16.50 values. Special tM-Os lD
MM White washable kid opera pump,
torn sole, French heel; CQ 7Pv
1 12 values. Special . . ip7. I ')
81K9 ninck kid, high tongue effect with
strap, flexible welt, colloid covered I.oula
heel; $13.f.o values. OA
80I5 Black glaxed kid high front pump,
French heel; 115 value. U 1 ') OK
8035 Hlack kid two-eyelet tie. flexible
welt, cellold covered Irfiuls (psi s AfT
heel; $13.60 values. BpcclalJDx L,tO
8030 Black calf one-ryolot tie; hand
made turn sole, French Louis heel; $16. DO
value. tU-t ty Wf
Special D J-Os i O
tiiU" -White buck pumps, military heel;
$ valuo. 6iC. HVL
SpecUl PO. i D
7012 Hand made cutout Theo tie pat
tern, black mat kid, turn sole, French
heel, newest in pumps; $2i) n nj?
tPiu. i a
8007 Black mat kid high front pattern
pump; covered I.oula heel;
$15 value. Special
7502 Patent kid French pump, turn sole
French neal; new last,
8070 --Black kid lace oxford, cellold
ered I.oula heei, flexible sole
$12.50 value. Special . . .
TO Bhtcg kid oxford, military heel.
Imitation tip, flexible welt;
$12.50 value. Special
7233- Hark brown kid street oxfor'd.
military heel, flexible welt, Imitation tip;
up. turn lolti
, cellold cov-
7O00 mark oozo hltrh front pump;
Krtni'h hel, a vory drBny pump; $16
(Sanift In brown kid)
723t Harvest ran ralf oxford, new shada
for summer wear, military (U -a f twm'
heel; $13.50 values. Special JMU..0
8007- -Hlack kid oxford, Cuban heel
Ible sole, stitched Hp; $12.50
KFK TIIISK RTIiYES IN Ot'R WINDOWS
any man Shoe or Oxford; only
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A Iftrgt assort rtiiMit of all sizes
of BUctriC Fans now in .stock,
wo haw received our quota of
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119-121 E. Second
Phone Cedar 1140
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