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TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1020
ASK FEDERATION MEETING TO TULSA Ethel Scott, Representing Local Women's Clubs, to Give Invitation VyOMEN GOTO ST. PAUL Miss Ellen Glasscock Will Represent Tidal Club at National Meeting Ex-Tammauy Chief and Wife Sail for Europe-say Children Ungrateful An Invitation to hold th third annuiil convention of thi national fnleratlon of bualnoaa and profea- tiional wnmrn'n cIuon In TuIhii In III! will be rxtcndi-d by MIha Bthel s, ..tt, i ' prem mating the Tulsa husl-n-BH and pmf.-HalonuI women' club, at the MOond annual convention to convene In st Paul, Minn.. July 37. Th invitation to be presented by Mish MOM Will be ns follow "The chamber of comnicrcc of Tnlaa cle Hlrea to extend to our i kk m.atlon, through Minn K'hcl Scntt. represent ing the Tulaa bualncaa uml profea iloflftl women's club, a cordial Invi tation to hobl your next annual ton ventlon In thla city. There la much to ace and entertain In Tulaa; much which will 1m new to your reprcacn- ivea. The city la centrally located, easy Of acceaa by five lines of naportatlon. Is splendidly (nipped with hotel facilities, has a luge convention hall Heating in ex cess of .1.000 peopie conifortubly, has other large adaembly rooma, and mectin points, nnd is in every way qualified to properly care fJr such a convention as that represented by your organization. The citizenship generally of Tulsa will deem It a distinguished honor to act as host for your association during the meet ing In 1921 and hope to hear of the prompt acceptance of this invita tion." I Mlfs Kllen (ilasscock, a member of the Tidal business women's tlub, which Is affiliated with the national federation, will also attend the meet ing. She will leave here Saturday for St. Paul. Mlsa Scott, who Is em ployed by the Oypsy Oil company, la now visiting relatives In the eaat and will pmceed to the convention from the point at which she Is visiting. TULSAN ELECTED TO HIGH OFFICE Joe Badger Is Named for Vice-Presidency of Baptist Body Th la t rut Tulmn t hr honnrrri with a high of fire Is J(M Bajgajr, who vy t'lrctod vli'n prrMilrnt of ihn Inf prnatlunu. Hti ptlnt Young I ..),io's l.'nlon at t'hc i nim iiiliiii hnM tn Toronto. Cnn .du July .1-4, Thla Offloa la MM of thr hUhi-l which can ho ocmpW-tl by a yotuiK H.iptlat of thr Houthlmol, aa the three- It : ii esi-li-ntt nf tin- Interim tlon.il orffanUatlori are Hioarn re- ptctlvsly from the southern nnd northern Ha pi lata of the UlUt4 8taea aixl the Beiptlltl ol OWUli The TiiImil df)t)fetM, who w re the only Oklahoma dvlMSlM at the run. Vfntfcin. wrie Mr. Hartiter and Mil ton K Maaon ft om the Klrsl Kap llat church and Minn Myitle Wlfftr ban mi' r vid Mil K C )tarheai from the Notftile.i Avenue Itaptlnt church. An Invitation to hold thr 1922 con-n-entton In Tulaa WU prnaentpd hy tha Tulaa. delegation and will he pre. jaantod Attain at thr ronvr-ntton III flt. i hi nrt year. I over I, MO lfltmtf attended thl j convention and ,". 1 5 JTAIftM people en listed for t'h.lntlnn nervtce at home jor ahroad On of the rraolutlona ', ' loptod WU tm' the oung aali' f AmtrlOA, in oidei to aaalat In AincricjinitipK (orvlffi rVuhltni " ftftfnlMtff witch niimea aa "dugora," 'WOp0)H ttO., from tntJlf vocabulary Mr Padgrr h preHhlriit nf the In termediate Union of thn Klrat Hup tint church and Mr Manon la preai I dent of a aanlor H Y P V. ml the I Mm rhiinh The Flral Baptfta)1 I rhurrh la one c f t he few ohUrOhM In the round v u hlrla hn two arnloi I inlona, the dtVtalOn helng tAtfrd hy the larur enrollmi'nt Tht I prosonl rnroMment In hoth HntoiM l 1 Thr youiiK man or woman f la-s- inif thrtf mtdtlnff of the nnlona lii iucoraon l?i dropped from tho rolla. SiKnrr Tftkc Itnrgr I dm. PT Ut7ti, July 20. -rol. O. E. Ilnmphrt y of Kl Iteno, i-kla . todav ii" ii o .1 marmgrahlp Of tha Mlaala Mppl goCtlon of the harga Una on th : MiaalKMtppI .knit Warrior rlvori. Ha auereeda !. T. tavanaKh who wn dtrwnfd In th Miaalaal0p at Metn- MihlK In Apt II Uat. nnnF.TtT A MBIHNKY. Funrral Plrertor Phono 2I Houth Main.--Advt. 4 AVIATOR IS MISSING tV Captain Arthur Kelly, Aviator j Iuty AKattiM Itra, liax ' DIsappojUTd. n. a iii mil : S M5i yiRLS KIC HACtD CR.OKEf6' Btfoft Mailing for Ireland vvtral days ago, Hirh'tm t;i'ker. the ng x-thii'f of Tammany Hall, referring to hia position in tho racanl tariRiod family oontrovarayi deelarad that ehiidrm were unKmiefui h de- rlaied Mint lh raaaofl f"i tilt treubla was nolhlns; else but money. The Orfkar'i trip tq Ireland wu dalayad (or umi tirie In Palm Baaoh. Kia., by the trial of the suit InouKht by Richard Croker. Jr. The ex-THrnmnny chieftain. hOWavafi won a nolalile Victory in the ease, rlenrly proving his OORipatanec to m.tyiage his prupei'ty. This photograph shows Mr. and Mrs. Croker as they palled for Ireland. REPORT TYPHOID EPIDEMOC Oklahoma lt ltuslios Anil-Toxin With Hol ('roes Aid to laftlumy OKLAHOMA CITY. July 20 In respor.so to a call from llethilny, Okla . where a ty hold epidemic lf rliiorted. Dr. J. T. Martin, lupaiin tendent of the Oklahoma City health dayulmant. late today sent repre Iseniatlves of the dep.n tment to that jtown armed with mitl-toxln. A call for aid also was received hy By Ths AnnerlaUd Prsa. WARSAW. July 20. Another American aviator serving with the Koselusko squadron, is missing. Capt. Arthur Kelly of Richmond, Va., started on a flight over the bolshevik lines five days ago and nothing has been heard of him since. No trace ha yet been received as to the whereabouts of Capt. Marlon Cooper of Jacksonville. Kta.. who has been missing since he started a fllL-ht Julv 13. Captain Cooper, who was recently mentioned aa tho bucJ cessor of MaJ. Cowrie Kauntleroy as commander of the Kosciusko squad ron, formerly was a newspaper man. having served In various capacities in Chicago. Ban Antonio and St. 1 auL He came to Inland a year ago. OKLAHOMA GIRLS LIKE CRESCENT i!o Oklahoma City chapter of the l.e l CroM nnd a nurse will he pent to Hethany tomorrow to aaeiM In the work. .No details regarding the reported I pld mlc worn received, but It la Relieved here thai there are only a few cases of tho disease ut Ilethany. T)n not continue to Htrtigglo with a problem vthhii flnsslflcd advorlLiiiiK could solve for you. I'se World Waul .'ids. Visitors to New York arc cordially invited to view our exhibit of Diamonds, Sapphires, Pearls and Emeralds in Artistic Platinum Settings. E. M. GATTLE & CO. PLATINUM SMITHS - JEWELERS 630 FIFTH AVENUE Opposite St. Patrick' Cathrilral MEMPHIS WANTS SHIPPING t llv's Hti!.liMs Interests Organize nnd l ndcrwrlle Campaigns. MUM PHIS, Tenn.. July 20. For mation of a shipping corporation capitalized at 1 1. 000,000 to combat the proposed order of the Interstate enmmerce commission placing Mem phis freight rates on the "dry land" basis was InstlMited today at a mass meeting of business men here. X fund of J7S.00O for use in prelim inary arrangements and to secure cpttoni on boats for use on the Mississippi river was underwritten at the meeting hy business Interests of tttt city. X. Arkansas Junior College Popular in Oklahoma. Oklahoma Olrls Form Irge Port of the Student Body at rCMis-nt CnlleKO. I incka Springs, Ark., In Recent Years. i Pleads GBsHy, lied Coulson. charged with as aiultlnic O. K. MtTttoa hy strJking him wnh a wind shield during an argument at the local Ford agency .lime 14, entered a DIM or utility to the accusation at his 'rial before Justice H. J. Ctray yesterday and laid N line Of J10 and costs as H ssed against him by the court. Some years ago this Institution j announced Its abandonment of dry and uaeless subjects in Its currlc- ulum which had been commonly required In girls' colleges and boarding schools. Latin and higher mathematics gave place to practl-, cal courses In cooking, sewing, i child welfare, Hycleno and other! useful sciences. In place of the tra-j dltional boarding school rules. ! Crescent In.iuKiiraled the student , government plan which enabled girls to feel liberty of action nnd responsibility for the conduct of their schoolmates The result haa been gratifying, whereas formerly l was necessary to send out solicit- i ors In toe summer to make up the quota of 10 girls, all Crescent, spaces are now reserved early In the summer, simply because the modern methods employed there I have become known. Crescent has ; become standardized hy the state universities and all work accredit ed. 1'nusual advantages 'ire of fered In music, art and expression. The college owns a beautiful lake and cltU house for tho students recreation. Kor catalogue amk view book, address Crescent College, Box W, Eureka Springs, Ark. Advt. aA- rurt -4 WE PAY YOU TO. SAVE ! It is not what you earn that counts, it's what you save. 6 to 9lA Paid on Your Savings Free from taxes and under State supervision. Put your money where it is safe; in Tulsa's oldest and largest Savings association. We have grown steadily since organization which shows what lulsa people think of us. Resources July 31. 1516, $H,f2.63 Resources Dec. 31, 1916, 138, 1(8.90 Resourcea June 30, 1917, S i : Resources Dec. 31, 1917, $133,539.16 Resources June 30, 1918, $196,!)39.01 Resources Dec. 31, 1918, $236,780.84 Resources June 30, 1919, $351,590.98 Resources Dec. 31, 1919, $563,136.46 v Resources June- 30, 1920, $809,858.63 We Solicit Your Account Tulsa Union Loan & Savings Association 8 Et Fifth St. . Phone Oaage 5254 Our Reorganization Sale Offers GREAT SAVINGS on all our Boys' Clothing Mothers will find here an excellent opportunity to se cure the boys' wants for school wear at prices that per mit of ipeat and unusual savings on clothing that is 6t the finest quality, durable, stylish and built for hard usage. Here are the finest of all wool Sampeck Suits, Hart Schaffner and Marx Suits, High Grade Wash Suits, Silk Suits and Palm Beach Suits. We suggest early shopping before sizes and style assortments be come broken. $ 2.50 Suits, now $ 1.75 $ 3.00 Suite, now $ 2.35 I 3.50 Suits, now $ 2.75 J -1.00 Suits, now $ 3.15 $ 4.50 Suite, now $ 3.45 $ 5.00 Suite, now $ 3.95 I 6.50 Suite, now $ 5.15 $ 7.50 Suite, tiow $ 5.95 $ 8.50 Suite, now $ 6.75 $10.00 Suite, now $ 7.95 $12.50 Suite, now $ 9.75 $15.00 Suite, now $11.75 $18.00 $20.00 $22.50 $25.00 $27.50 $30.00 $35.00 $37.50 $38.50 $40.00 $42.50 $45.00 Suite, now $14.35 Suite, now. $15.75 Suite, now $17.75 Suits, now $19.75 Suite, now $21.75 Suite, now $23.75 Suite, now $28.00 Suits, now $29.75 Suite, now $31.50 Suite, now $32.00 Suite, now . . . . $34.00 Suite, now $36.75 Boys9 and Girls' Hats at Great Savings $10.75 Hat $6.95 $ 7.50 Hate $4.95 $ 6.00 Hate $3.95 $ 5.00 Hate $3.35 $1.25 Boys' Khaki Blouses. . . 95c $8.50 Boys' Military Suite . .$5.95 $ 3.50 Hate $2.15 $ 2.50 Hate $1.65 I 2.00 Hate $1.35 $ 1.50 Hate 95c Boys' Khaki Linen and wash i'ante; $1.50 and $1.25 values, reduceoyto 95c 8 8 ! 5 5 5 6 Sale from 10 tn 11 o'Clork Today at Vandevers Women's pumps and oxfords, odd pairs col Itcted from Vandever's entire stock of fine shoes- White kid, dull kid, brown, bronze and patent kid, also white nile cloth. All sizes and widths, values from $7.50 to $16.50, your choice, 10 to 11 a. ni. For $3.95 No exchanges. No refunds. 20', Reduction All W ash Drcsae on All lilomen 25 Discount Vandevers Rlotise Section al- Organdies, Voiles, Nets and Ging- wavs has attraction for women hams in most attractive models, who demand smart and new ef- All are exceptionally good values foct in blouse styledom. Dur- at regular prices, making this ing this entire week you may reduction of more than ordinary choose any blouse in our stocks interest to those who want to at 20 per cent less than regular practice economy. price- ' Up tot lift Hats for I Silk Dm$m at Only $2M Half Price M of dark Hats that wt ifa Our entire stocks of Silk Presses l? must b,! f lol out quickly, reduced this week to one-half Vttlu(M UP to 25- &L('n'1' regular prices. .o . Draperies Reductions Hosiery Here is a group of specials from Women's Fancy Hose embroid- the Draperies Section that will ered and lace, black, white and permit some real economy in re brown, priced from $5 to $18.50 placing or providing one or iWomen's full fashioned Lisle more rooms with attractive Hose in black, brown and white, drapery. priced the pair , $1.75 36-inch Cretonne in floral de Women's black and white Silk signs, colors green, rose and Hose, lisle top, heel and toe, brown, regularly 60c, special for regularly $3 the pair. Special today, yard 39c for ,$2.29 j;cru Marquisette, plain centers i Kt ' with ribbed borders, regularly P&SV&Sl at c- sPiftl for today, the Special Reductions yard . . . yi 52c Women "Forest Mills" Union Short lengths of Scoth Madras Suits, with either tight or loose for over draperies, 36 inches knee, open or closed gore, pink wide, in colors of blue, rose and or white; values to $1.35. Spe- green, regularly $2, special for cial at 89c today, at yard $1.25 Women's fine lisle Union Suits Figured Swiss in plain white and with tight or loose knee, open or colored dots, 36 inches wide, closed gore, values to $1.60 regularly 70c, special, the for 95c yard 59c Women's silk Msle Union Suits 80 '' , loor with the large umbrella leg and Pink Nainsook Underwear closed gore, values to, $8. Spe- Stamped to Embroider cial. the suit $1.65 Pajamas in one-piece style in Women's Union Suits witk the dainty designs for French knots tops of glove silk and the lower nnd lazy daisy stitch, priced $3 PttrJ,of-cne liH,le;ua11 HieVlu Uowim stamped on fine quality to $3. Special, the rait at $1.95 ,link nain80(kf a very special Women's fine lisle Union Suits value at $3.50 with the tight or loose knee open Teddies a large assortment, of or closed gore, value.8 to $3. Spe- ,nk nftirl(,ook teddies, stamped. c,al for 1-98 Price $2.75 and $3 $5M Tabic Clot Its Camisoles and Corset Covers in Special at $348 , aint,y ,,esif.ns ll vnrh, ,env , m li . broidery, rrench knot and lazy Mercerized Table Cloths extra daiHy slitch, all sizes, priced $1.25 good quality, size 70x70, sells a. , v . , . . . . nm regularly at $5. Special Ramped Knickers to match, $1.95 f0 $3 98 These pj-rments are entirely 'xt i ii i ' V i' ' Vo iJ ' . ' made, requiring only the em Napkins to match, a $2 Hie set broiderv to complete them, quality, special, b for only $1.69 NIhhi Floor Vcw MUM Hour, Ihirtni; .Inly uml Allien!: W((t Qftfl Oprn s a. in., riiMliiff ni 5 p. in.. Siitur.lay (h n at H:S0 u. in., Cloning at 11.30 Cliarcea I'n-palil on All Mull (Inlern MeinlMTk of tin- Tul.m t'ii Sliop Anmn lallim oAt 'Dances It it fact that at afternoon and rvrninj danrea one seldom a 1 "i who hu not luuad Lfthtvnuniiiiua abklo her tollt. , But. whilim the occmIoq. the thin wautg tld li.w , ut guar. nl loda, tuvc IUJ Jr iMU 1 anw a toilet aact Mlty. DHL-A-TONE im A irint tAr nrrnarat ini matlt hv hrantr r i - kair n .in thr fact, otck or under ii mi. Beiuly xfci ute lcljlonf tt came It leavri the tt.m clear, firm and pti let i .y cmooth. DeUtona la taaleat (o apply Mm pie di rection! With erjy 4tAnyOTM$gifi I t tHtfB JKji'VV V eVX ! I I Kim 1a Ks !yv'''' t innwraiiaa DARMY RESSSHOE KUiu TAIU INHPKCTKD From Botton Makers who DPOalaHMd litem hy tlie t hotmantU for IIh' ' i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 very paUr W tWpfal I ih iii-,ttT Just ttie HUM M m tinny nMiirui'U. Soles '.. not . .ni, ,i llaal ronnmy mitni not aavltif; a f n if n im ir.fr eirisinai mil, OUT IN iilitg your ii. -.nr. worth an4 yen vt It on a, ahoa that your OovarnttifUit 11 Kd. l oanrrrt Annr Mmitaa ii.mn...ijir niuriter . ii 1 1 Hin , . l Fin Taa '..'lit . l''l,r,k., . IENI) NO MONKT Only n arrltul. Foalaw KRf f! ItKI IAHl I M 411, OKIKK t O X.1 HiiiHiiigliHi A-.. Ilttlllll It, l !. fili4 palri tioataga paM. I'll lay ihr poairnaai on at rival if I am not aaitaflrd you at to return my mo nay. NaJite ON mitivAi. I UT: irt n " ,fm"