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TULSA DAILY WORLD, MONDAY, AUGUST 16, 1920 ft i 1 SHRINERS REVEL ! IN ANTICIPATION Big Ceremonial Sept 10 Advertised as Elabo rate Affair Electric park leased ' Red Fork Toint of Concentra tion for riea.su re Scek ' era; Scene of Glee- 'Oriental orocenslon" morthful fun-jSS ofPlorouf.i hllarity-a-re. monlal magnificent. ,,,. Thlt In thn fnrerasl tor Akdar tern ! tiMt Aunt. i shlriMcovo rir. m'on.aTCndnVlwnl.t nothing nf a tmrbwuo, ill lied r K"c I rlc park Friday. Hoplnmbcr 1.0, whlc"h 1 nmiK' in pnnU'rit and an ; ownlH J nut off tha VtfMiJor rtl.trll.utmn Akdar nobles arid prospective candidate ' Joys of tlit. ceremonial are told In lh profimn Illustration on th bril alnlly colored nnnnnno11U.11, which also hvo reproduction .. t emblem anil n plcturo of tho park cantloiird, "This I" tlm place. Irfiok It over l'indrr awhile' Cartoon- are labollcd as follows. 11 pretty girl, in conation. ToIUIch fi mmi smoking a cigar, wn goi 'cm a mi'" auartottc. -Mnybrf you can " n man and a pl l",nty'. rata;" a set of false-teeth. "Havo 'em ,hTr!nnf1falr will bo open only to nobles and their families and can didates n..d their fain IHm. novice, are nsked tn report nt masoulo lv for registration from 9 a. in. to 1.30 p. tn. cm Friday, Heptcinber 10. A business nesslon of tho tompln will bo h.'ld nt f.30 p. tn.. at which "inn petitions of candidates will bo bal loted upon. Hpctclnl Inlcrurban cam will b chartered to convoy tho nobles, can didate, and ladles to tlm park nt 3:30 p, rn. and 3 p. in. Tor Ihoso with anion ampin parkins space Is provided Inside tho park grounds. The flrt. second, and third ec tlons of tho ceremonial urn to bo Magcd nt 3:30 p. 111. and tho barbe. cue nt 6.30 p. m. Tho' ladlea will bo Invited to witness tho fourth to tho 32 sections of tho ceremonial, bit will be sworn to secrecy. A number IK narb n Ml lianmAll tM tvlll 1)0 frC. Following the ceremonial, tho rlnkJ will bo cleared una roller sxaung anu later, dancing indulged In, to tnuslo furnished by "tho fainour Akdar jazz orchestra that mado tho J'aclflc coast shlmmle." Horry ST. Wclllver, recorder for tho tcmplo, has also announced a ceremonial to bo hold nt Knld Hep tember 24 to accomodate eligible. living In tho western part of Akdar jurisdiction. Tho nobility of Tulsa tvlll makn the nllnrlmnco tn Knld on Thursday, Heptembcr 23, leaving here In five pullmans at 11'30 that night. They will return Haturday i t . l . n r You Can't Nemo a More Economical Food Than S CAMPBELL'S peciai ,B BREAD Made in a loaf of econom ical size 15 ccnta AT THE GROCERS STATE SOCIETY' iutoiti:.v Aititovl. .Mr and Mrs. A. II. .MeOrchle left Friday for n few days visit In Mrs. Mcdcchlv's homo folk ut Famous, Khii. .Mr. Otto Chilton returned lo his homo at Hllllwatcr this weok after spending somu time with his sltttur, Jlrs. C. K. roster and .Mr, Koslor Mr. nnd Mrs. Mnrvln lyiws have returned from fin extohded motor trip through tho mountains of Colo rado , K. O. Bhlpman and wlfo nt Pulton, Mo., uro spemflriK their Vinatlon In ilroken Arrow, tho kiitbIh of Mr. Hhlpman's parenui, Mr. .and Mrs J. I). Hhlpm.in and her relallvus. Mr. and MrM, Ix ltoy Uuddy had as their KUi'St durliitr Ihe week Mr. Cuddy's father, Joe Cuddy of Uiwton. .MIhs FMi i Mil of Ilanknll waH tho KUi'St of her aousln, Mls Mattlo l.iicas this week. J. C Jonas of Oklahoma City, was tho Kucst of his duiiKlit er-tn-l.iw, Mrs. Winifred McOulio and family, for tho last week-end. Mis. A. M. Mains and children linvo returned from a months' visit to relallveH nt Olruril, Kan. M. J. Williams and family aro spcndlnu their vacation In tho Ozark inniintalnH In the vlulnlty of I'ayctlo. vlllo, Ark. After n months' visit to their daughter, Mm. John Hhrador nnd Mr. Hhrader, Mr. and Mrs, Ham Itongland returned lo their home nt Hnpulpa Inst I'rldoy, thn trip bolng inodo overland accompanied by .Mr. und .Mrs. Hhrnder. lien Officer went lo Muskogen W'ilnesday evening to meet his wife nnd accompany her home on hor re turn from n two weeks' visit to home folk nt Hiinlsvlllc, Ark. Mrs, Kato Hnyder of FAlhnodnt spent tho past week nt tho homo of her brother, I). 0. Oartrell. Messrs. (lomer Davis and Itnhert .1 I iiiii irnw-Miii DR. STOTTS 210 Itlrhard Illdg. Third. nnd Iloston Tulsa. Okla. Formerly of Hot Springs, Arkansas Iltnod, Hkln, Oenlto-Urlnnry nnd Venereal tlenies and Kenornt office niractlce, Borums, Vaccines, Hlcctrlca.1 Treatments l'honn Osaga 1144 Blng left Monday on a long motor trip through tho west, Uielr ultimate ilesllnutlnn belpg Clu-yenno and Casper, Wyo., with stopi atil shin nips In Colorado. They vjtl return to Ilroken Arrow early In (K'tober. Alvln nnd flporgo Wolf nro upend ing their vnciitlou with relatives In Kansas nnd Mlstnurl, Mrs. M. H. Illnnchard In spending tho week In Kansas Ctty. Mr. J, 11. Doollttle was host to thn members of tho men's lllblo class of thn M. K. Hitnday school Tuesday evening at his homo near thn gaso line plant. The members of the ladles' class were arao Invited, mak ing the total guest list about HI The nlfalr was staged on tho Doo llttle lawn, which was Illuminated by electric lights from Urn gasoline plant, and un tntertalnlng feature of the evening was n trip through tho plant. After u feast mi water melon Mr. Doollttln Informed tho visitors his entertainment was planned an a celebration of his birthday. ltoy Hmlth left Tuesday for Hul phur Kprlngs, Ark., lo visit friends. T, C. I'arks and family returned Wednesday night from their mimmer vaeallon, upent with relatives nt I'riilrlo drove Ark Mis. William I.ePrater nfter a two weeks' visit lo her father, Mr. O. D. Iwiyman, haa returned tn her home nt dishing. Mr and Mrs. Ocorgo Hnlder are spending a couple of weeks In Illi nois, tho guests of Mr. Knldnr'H rela tives. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Hcntt of Khlon, Mo., nrrlved timidity for a visit nt tho homo of N. It. Klllott. Mr. Kcott returned homo Monday while Mrs. Hcntt will remain for somo tlmegud visit with her slrter, Mrs. HIlloTI. .Mrs. W. (I, Mclie.clilo wenl tn Hand Hprlngs Friday to IU her daughter, Mis. Hurt Hutton. Mlwi Mnrjorle Walker Is lionm from a month's visit with friends at ohn and otlyr Missouri towns. Mrs. M 11. Hulls and llttln daugh. Iter Martha, are expected home shortly from Osknloosa, Iowa, where they have spent tho past two months. J. W. H, Ilower and son, former Ilrokon Arrow residents, weru hero from Mtiskogcn Tuesdtty. Mr. anil Mrs J. U'Klnsny have re turned lo their homo at Hoswnrth, Mo., lifter a fortnight's visit to their daughter, Mrs. J. M. rennlngtnu, and Mr Pennington on Houlh Main street. On thn occasion of the KtSlli anni versary ,of his birth, .Tndgo II. U I'lercn was Riven a surprise Monday evening by tho membership of the Christian church nnd a l.irgo num ber of friends who gathered ntMhelr I'lerro home on North Main street about II 30 lo Spend the evening i Tho judge was presented with a bou I'luel of flowers, and Mrs. I'lureu was lemetnbeted with a basket of bonli Itlful garden flower. Ice cream and (cako provided by tho guests was served III abundance and the cvonlng pleasantly spent. Mrs. A II. Ilatemiili M upending a fortnight with relatives at Tucker. Mr. and Mrs. John Watklns have ps their guestB for a short period Mr. AVatklim' mother, Mrs. Martha Wat klns, of Severance, Kan , and his sister Mis. W. C. Mlddlclon of Hose Vlllo, Cnl. Mr. and Mrs. M. (Xl'oyner have returned from an ettended motor trio throueh southern Arknas nnd (southern Mlnmiurl, where they visum relatives at a numocr u points In both states. .Miss Ijtiura llcrry has returned from a vacation spent with homo folk at Kuntsvllle. Ark. ' .Mr. and Mrs, Jako Proctor spent several days early In tho week with relatives at Htiawnoe. Mrs. IJ, M. Keener was. hostesM tn n number t children Wednesday evening with n Joint birthday party for her little soim CUude and Albert, nged 10 iind & years respectively I Mrs. Keener, assisted by Miss Lillian I jCapoy, served Ice creami and caljo j 'after a number of games had amused j the children. Announcement was mado this week lif tho return from his vacation 'of Itev. V. V Dobson, pastor of tho i resnyicnan cnurcn, anu accuruinK- ly regular services would be resumed at th.i Presblterlan church on Bun- day mornings. Union services at tho alrdome will bo continued on Sun day cvnlngs until further notice, Mr, nnd Mrs. James Oathey de parted Tuesday for Depew, where they will nvako their home. Women May Be Strong and enjoy life whether In tho home or business world If they can keep at bay those ailments peculiar to I their sex. If every woman reallied now lyyma k. iMtiKnsms vegcianie Compound, that simple remedy mado from roots nnd herbs, goes to tho root of the troublo and over comes such symptons as backache, headaches, nervousness, and irritabil ity, they would bo healthier, happier And stronger. If you fufer from any form of female Ills why don't you try It? It will pay you to do so. advt. SAVE $22.50 Only 5 Days Left To Take Advantage of This Offer Terms. Cash vThor Electric Wnahcrs, Station- nry Wrinpcr V..$M8.00 $133.00 Tjhor Electric Washers, Swintr- inc Wringer 157.50 142.50 , Thor Electric Ironcr 107.00 152.00 Simplex Electric Ironcr 160.25 156.75 Over GOO sntiflficd Tulsa housewives proves all that we might say about the Thor; a machine with the correct Laundry principle. A factory guarantee with each machine. Tlace your order before 'August 21 and.takc advantage of the special sale. Cedar-1140 for free demonstration. DODGE ELECTRIC CO. Phono Electrical Engineer and Contractor 0 Phone Cedar-1140 119-121 Eat Second St. Boys' Cloth Reaclin' an' Ritin' an' 'Rithmatic; Taught to the, Tune of a Hickory Stick ffor School Day& And It Takes Good Substantial Clothing to StaM ihe Play Hours of School'Days School days will soon bo hero and along with them cooler days of fall. The children will require more and heavier clothes for tho school year and tho next fow weeks will bring a crush of school need shoppers. Wo pluco on salti, today, tho largest stock of boys' clothing in the state of Oklahoma. Make hay while fhe sun shines and supply your boy's needs for school daya. Winter clothing bought in tho summer time and Sunday clothes at every day prices. Gctulcman Why N jour llttlo daughter mi happy this morning, Mrs. llrirwn? Mrs. Ilrown Tlio child W glad Ihhviilm! wo Iuimi Jiwt n'lNlllllltl our Immr with Kowall's Chemic ally l'uri) Paint from tho Dlt-kn-t-on (,'ootliiiaii company, It inndti tho iilacu look like n new hoiiso and little .Mary Li not tint only lino who it pleased, tho ciiUru family la happy over (ho romlt. Do It Now! HARDWARE Phone Cedar 500 Madison and Hodge Streets Suits for Small Boys There are nuuiy pretty wash suits here in- white and colors, and a variety of styles at ra4; UIm ill ( u iMinUf ptit MriwMiuUnir(Uuitr, 1 i I ji 1.122 Also, a big stock of boys' suits of velvet, Jorsey cloth and cord uroy, in sizes to ago 8. These suits are $10 values the world over, but for this School Days Sale we offer them at $5.98 Real Clothes for School Days .; 98c 75c 19c 69c 69c 25c h Dig table full of boys and girls s Q-t QQ school shoes, choice per pair. . P J.0 Iiig table full of hats and caps, A A . choice each v. . 4ttC 'fjra Hova Khaki Shirts. rf -i -irti Vk well made, eacli . . . . 50c 19c Let The Live Wire Flag Boys' Waists, Shirts and Rompers Today we place on sale the entire stock from a Scdalia, Mo. store of the finest waists, shirts and rompers for boys. This is truly a great offering as prices nre exceptionally low Hoys' U. S. Rubber Co for school wear Large sizes in U. S. Rubber Co. Kcds Roys' Overalls, extra well made Hoys' Hose, a strongly built hose for real wear, pair Hoys' Barracks Caps, khaki crown with vizor Khaki Hats, in boys sizes Red, white and blue Caps for boys Hoys' Halbriggan Union Suits'. Hoys' Halbriggan Undershirts ' iiiiitiiwi i Bargains in Boys' School Suits Heavy all wool school suits, mado especially strong in seams to stand violent wear, School Days oaic price oniy $.3.95 Serge pants, in sizes to age 10, priced at Hoys' rubber raincoats, sale price Boys' knee pants, sizes up to age 16 Boys English corduroy knee (T- Qf length pants, sizes up to age 16. . J) JLOi Boys' overcoats, a big$stock, buy now and save money. $2.98 $2.95 69c Khaki Clothes for Boys Army Khaki coats, sizes to age 10, at Hoys' coats, military st, priced at ), Full length khaki pants, for school wear Knee length khaki pants, priced per pair .' I'. K. Army pants, priced for ' School Day Sale at - ... 89c ... $1 $1.50 ... $1 ... S5c Guide You to the Live Wire Store tu Minn, ku(, p,..,,, , tfiyjjnll JL tLfi-AOX Unibn Department Store Growing Tulsa's Growing Store Four Floors 112-112 1-2-1 14-114 1-2 South Main St. MOTHER'S FRIEND (Expectant Mothci Ml All UIWStl9l9 SRAMIUD StrjILATOK CO.DUT. MX ATUKTl. Ca III l i ft " Sr4 All k I n (I of Clocks ami KmKi Wnti-lira rrpnlroii. Clocks called for and dcllvcml. j ii. ii. n. PIIIIillHICTv H. K. Cor. Second mill .Main 11) iium Illdg. Phono Cedar 030 Pathe Phonograph Pathe Records ( Pathe Shop 8 W. 5th Cedar 1593 lis The Tone That Tells j It can never he wild that wo knowingly ever nilsrepreM'ntcil any article. It can ne'er Ijc Kild tliat vo ocr,cnrlcl nny cheap nierelian. (Il.-o that te could not gtiaraiitco It ran noter ho wild that wo liavn not treated jon fair in eery uliapc, form und fanhlon. If joii earc to deal with a More doing lmsliKwi oil HiIh baalu, we niulil Ik! glad to lutvo yon call on u.. Wc luivo n large Mock of Jewel, cry, waleliCM, diamond. Wo villi hell jou on ea.sy paj-mentfl lit cash njvex. Wo will lex. plain liow wo can do tills when iu coino In. Our optlenl department la ttilly -0.ulpnel nnd our optician has jearn of experience, nnd wo can tell you glusM-a at $1 per week. 'Gold Filled Glasses as low as $3.50 McMinn Jewelry , Co. Opposite Hotel Tulsa TradcMark Registered wli-eonln Maid Nut Oloo Fancy California Burmuda onions. Crlsco, In 1 pound cann,.r-. Fancy Puritan Bllced bacon, in boSea..., v The oods must be GOOD GOODS or the sale is no good - " ' Trado Mark Many customnra have naked who tho baby In the above Trade Mark la. It will ho of interest to explain that It la a picture of Wesley Itenko tho youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Henko of Traders No. 4, at 105 Kas't First street. Ho Is very zealous that his plcturo shall not bo associated with anything that is not Good Note the following prices on Good Goods. 29c 5c 25c 55c , 30c 30c 15c 25c 12c 32c 29c 19c 35c 54c . 5c 25c 18c 49c 57c 57c 25c 24c For the best Loin steak, pec pound. ...-.. T-bono steak, ' pec pound Flank boll, pec pound Prime rib roast. pec pound. r Plato rib boll. per pound.'. ..r y..r Long Il6rr cheese, per pound. . . . .- . . . . Pure pork link sausage, pec pound, Van Camp'a Catsup, 16 oz. bottles , Llbby'n Applo Butter, S No. 2 Vi size , New.Tork gallon applc I , Matches, Red Seal, best quality .-. Bonlla brand peaches. No. 1 cans, in heavy syrup Branzos , Upton'a coffee, Yellow Isabel;. very high grade Sunbcan coffee, Austin Nichols product .- Folger'a Golden Gato coffee Farmhouso Tornatocs, No. 3 cans..' ' Bulk peanut butter, pr pound r. . i -. Ouf crowds aro large and our business la heavy, service do your shopping early. We are Members of The Better Business Bureau - Traders No. 4 105 East Firs.t1Street Phones Osage 4935-8692-6970 The Good Goods Store rapenNuts For Breakfast That's the Wdrd A ready-to -7 eat food sweet j 3 L 1;1 . z J?1 -i economical- no waste' full of the nourishment of wheat and malted barley I baked twenty hours never, spoils in it's, wax-wrapped package. Order from your grocer You'll eat GrapeNuts again and again! Wad$ by Postum Cereal Co., Inc., Battle Creek. Mich. UCIIiTNIMO Oil.