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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1920
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WOMENS
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LILIAN C. PERKINS
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How dooa l in- mull grow? Not nil
111 a minute,
Now It may inac ground, nnd now II
mnv win II.
N'ow It reaolvm, and attain the will
falli-th ;
Now it rejoice, nnil nevr It ba-
Wlllletll,
Now ItM hope fructify, then they
Hiii blighted;
Now It walk Hiinnlly, now It Jtrovn
h Flighted.
Kcd liy dlacuurment taught by
OIbrIsi :
Un Ron It forward, now ilowor, now
fnatnr;
Till, nil lhM imln pMt, nnil failure
niln whole.
It l ftill-itmwn. and the Imii rule
tlio aoul.
Biianri Cool Id.
Mra. W. I,. MriHnHlinn will hU'h
luncheon fur Mrtr N. 1.. 1'iigat unil
Mr. Mitiirltm KllvcrlicrK At Idital
Ttlla.l.
Mra. lliililmril Iludlalll ami Mra
Orln II. MnCurty nre cntcrinlnliu
with brldtto party In Country club.
Mra, Duvlil I,, Kramer hoateaa at
auction hrlilKD party for Mcailnmca
Walter Olaam-o nnd Krodrlc Horner. ,
Mni. Dan Hunt Jr. liomtwii ti
Tliurailay llrlilKn club.
KortnlRlitly niril party In KlkV
I tome. MiwliimoK K. 1''. Cadwall nnil
John Hrurti Con iwt hoateaaoa.
MalhiUM'ii Party,
Mra. Allen L. Ilanao of 1514 Went
Cameron atrcct Iiiim Nailed Invlta
tlona for a Halloween party on Hat
unlay afternoon, In releluiitlon of
the elKhth lilrtliilay iinulvoraary of
her Utile ami, Allen I.oo Unaac, Jr.
title r '.'1 Mucin "Huh" will hhVn n
romitnny of llttl (,'inain on thin
ocmalon.
MiHitiiaa Alliiniiiircil.
Mra OeniM V Mi tierllit will Imi
hoatvaa t iiieinl.era of the A. ,r
Hrl1e i l ilt mi lha nftermton of
Wednesday ti t,, hut S7.
I'nr Mr. unci .Me". NiiIIIihii.
Mr and Mm I llcddln were
holla on Tii'm1 eve nitty, enter
taining with l.i nl ii 11(1 HlPfilnna.
'ill hoWr fur Mi. and Mi. Mainlil
J. Hulllviin, tth' i ireeitt imtrrlntfit
In ru w 'f hi 1 1 xt tu frlonil.
Important NniioHiH'i'inpnt.
Mra. ItoilMK II IlniilHlroit im
niiiineea thn icfular golf tonrnii
meat for women on tho Cininir
1 rluli i niirai' Kiiilay, with liiiiUicnn
I aerved lit n-mn In tha elnli Mia.
l.raJitrent mffM all women who dc.
Ira to llat their inline fur the atirtii
Imirnntnent to tin helil hcrv next
week, to he praaent on Friday. Dim
to the Important itlniimnlona anil
bualnean partalnlny to the atalv
meeting, It la highly Important I hut
raaervatlnna h aeenreil iia early aa
poaalble nnil Intonated unea ,r
naked to call the Country club ami
aecure aaiiir.
Mia Irma Dei kr, Hrilen'la lace,
Mra. Mary McAleatcr.
Oi buret SlipM'f. , j
Thn Klrla' Friendly fiorlitty of i
innny l.ptaeopHl liuroh will kIvo
n cabaret nil Iii- Tliurailay uvcnltii;,
ii toper in. In the iwwu-mhly hall nt
the lihtlteh. tin. . o. !... , ...
.'...v ... ...j ,i nnu'
rlatail with irnn It that will mako If
enjiiyunie lo inoae WHO Will lltU'llil,
Personal Mention
Club Eventn
lllrlliihiT I'nrty.
Bfra, Walter H. Uroacli lir.n 1h
aueil InvltutlonN for u Hullo wcmi
celebration ami hlrthilav party lion
orlnK her amall hod, Itoltert I'liiklne,
fur thn aflnriioiiii of Saturday, Or-
litfortiiiil A'. IIiiiiic.
Mm. A I.. Cohen ami Mra. flcr
(rlnle Ttiilia will lie nt liif.ne Hlimlny
nflernoDit Informally from f. to !).
eompllmentltifr thiHr relutlvea nml
vIhIIoi-, Mine Oertrlnlti KiillaeliT of
Chlrn)pi, who leavea Himilav nlxht
fur hoiiie after n ilrllKhtfiil vlalt
heir. Allan KulUrher In ipilt't n
trlfteil nliiKer ami him been heard
hei .in iiimicronn iiccnalonn during
hur vlalt.
'I'm-wlny lloidi Chili.
Mra. f v.. Kirr wia hooteai to
the ivcnlar meelinK of thn Tiicadny
Hook eluli held thin weeli. Inter
eating ilnllliorutlonK weni the re
port of tha DH Molnea biennial
meetliiL' ti'ilil In the hiiHmlv i-Iv..m
by Mra. lurry folllna, (papnra)
"How to Iti.r1," by Mia. John Hoy,
and "The HH in Amerlean Literal
ture," by Mra. It c Connora. Mra.
nilJile 1 1. I'rliblv ilellKhtml the
eluli with a voinl aetectlon. Mra. V.
II. Meiirtren will i iiterlnln tho olub
on next Tlleaday.
IllHlrlet Mevlnic.
ClreleM of the Vlaalonary aoelcty
of tho Plmt HniitlNt church will
meat on Tliurailay nfternoon with
the following honteaaea. North aide,
Mra. H. Naaa. 1U0I North Muln,
mat aliln. Mra. Pied lla.eii, r,60
Month Xanthua avenue, Maple
UIiIkh. Mra. A. Itnv Wiley, 1521
nouth Newport avenue; Houthraat.
Mia. .1. W. IlawllniiH, Di'.'fi Houth
Cincinnati avenue; aouthweat. Mra.
J A. Campbell, l.'IO!) South Iloulder
nveiiuti; i'HHt central. Mra. J. V.
WIIhoii. Kin Houth llotililrr nveriua)
weal rnntrul, Mra. D. W. Crunch,
711 Houth Klwood avenue.
Pnrent Trnihera.
Thoro will be a ineetliiK held of
Iho I'niont" Twichera, naaoi'liitlon of
l.ninieraeli m Ii.mi1 on Thuradiiy aft
ernonii In the achool auditorium at
which time tho unniml election of
offlrna will marie thin tho Initial
mcutliii; of tho autumn.
Chapter A. K 1'. IC. (.
An liitefeatlnir meetlnii of Chnp
tor A. IC, I'. K. () wiiH.held In thn
lintiKt of Mra. F. W. Allen on Tuea
dny nfternonii. A in on it the ilellbiun
tlouii waa thn nei eplanco -of an In
vitation to vlall Chatitcr (.. I'. K. fi
M. of Hnpulpa on the nfternoon of
November I. Kpeelal KUeatri for the
Oceanian were Meaibimea J. II
Htevetm of Clarnett, Kan., J. It
Itoblimon, J). M. (irotknp nnd M II.
Walker. I.iinrheoii wiih aerved dur
ItiK thn aeaalon. Tho proirram waa
na followa: roatlire, Mra. Twller
Trnber: pottery and ,ivH irinklni;
T1! laLM. .
IM5TANT
9 POSTUM
Tfour talile drink 1
will Efcever bother
nerves or sleep
ifyouiojdt coffee
ana ctrinlc
Instant
POSTUM
If coffeeVtroutles'youfisnt
it tetter to make the change
now rather tlian later?
Better health results and f
you 11, appreciate the econ-
oray and convenience.
AT GROCERS EVERYWHERE
There's a Reason or Postiim
MatletyRis turn Cental Co.Iuc, Dnttlc Gock,MicL
Mr and Mra, M. U Kuxale of
Adiilrnvllle, Ky , urrlved Tueailitv
nlitht to lalt then daiiKhter, Mtk
W. I. MrClanAhaii, an Mr. Mi
Clannhan Mra. MeClauiihiin la en
tertaining with if lunehcoii today In
Hotel Tulaa, eomplnuntln( her
mother and InrludlriK na- an hoA
oree. Mra Maurice Hllverbtrtf of
ChluiKo, who la the KlKat of Mra.
I'rnnk I,. llllllnKalrn.
Mra A. J. Avery of Noel, Mo.,
la vlaltlnK In Ihe home of her arm,
Mr thriia fl. Avery, and Mra. Avery
and will almt vlali telatlvea In Col-llnnvHle.
hoapllal thla morninif. Mra. Cot-llnK-nwuod
left fur thu eaat about n
forliilcht nKij.
Mra. Alvlnlllrhnrda, who hua been
vlaltlnK her parentii. Mr. and Mra.
Uenrtre 'IldillnKa, of Oklahoma City,
haa returned home.
i Mr. and Mra. Clarke Itnblnaon.
who hnvo been vlaltlnK at Mohnwk
lake nnd other polnta In New York
atate., havu returned home.
Mra. J. T. Mtrnek nnd yniillK Hon
of Noifnlk, Va are vlaltlm; In Hit
linmn of the former'a alater, Mra.
Vlrtor I. Cone, and Mr. , Cone.
Mra. Owm Owen left Tueadny
rilht for a vlalt to ltochoator, Minn.
Mra. .In men llrnoka and Mra. Cath
erine Haywood of Caey, HI., ar
rived Sunday lo vlalt In thu home
of their aon and daiiKhter, r
attentively, -Jlr. and Mia. J. H.
1 1 rook a.
aona. Mesars. I'fcd nnd John Whit-nker.
Mra. WM'lam H. Walker haa re
turned fri-re. Whicheatcr, Ky.,
where nhe wu called by tho lllnca.1
and Milwii'ii'i.t dinvh of her mothor,
Mra. Itra? 'hhir. Kl. routo home,
Mra. Walk.r Mopii'd In Ht. I,oula
nt.it paid a Hhoit vlalt to her chil
dren. MlaaM Mary and Hemic
and youni; Meaata. Arthur nnd
Julei, who nro nttetidlns l'reclplo
eolleije.
sirs. j. uarneiu . el win arrive ; M, J u k n.a ,e retimed Tuea
today from her home, "Ilnao , f t t0 Kansas City.
Tower," near Muakopee, for a vlalt '
with TuIb.1 frlrnda. Mr, and Mra. ! ... ,
Uriel and ditUKl.ter. flttl.t llettv - IT nnil Mr T C I)renncn havo
Jane, have junt recently returned return ij to thrir hom.t , In pt
from a trip throimh UnBland and , "r" " Ar,r ft,trr n U:it 1,rr" ,0
poiini on ma comment.
A nnvhl tv Nirntter linu tvi wtnnm
whin haro anapped touethcr to oatch
an iiiitixi in iiikiii.
Ininnrtant ileooHltn of Imrvieo nt
uuNtirpnHHcd purity are belnir devol-
opeu in noiiin Aiiairiilla.
LrC INSURANCE SfflVldl
A small amount
invested each
year in an
AETNA IN
COME POLICY
will insure you a
comfortable i n -come
at 60.
AVDayenport GonlNgt.,
ATNA Life Insurance Ca
21?-220 PaloceDkfe.
lomclou noapnta. Phond
Osage 1?05 fa dppotnlmcind
Mrs. Maurlru MllverberK of Chi-
ciiko, the Kuert of Mra. Krnnk Ii.
Illlllnnnlea, will Inavu Monday for
her home,
Mr. I,. W. Odllnawooil ,.ft
Tueailav nluht for I'lttahiirrth. I'a.,
whern he wai i ailed by the lllmaa
of Mra. Colllnnswiiod, who will un
deriti an opei itlon In a Pittsburgh
Mra. l. O. Caldwell of Denvtr.i
C,Io., la hern for a vlalt to her al.1
tera. the AHaaea liciiJ.ih and Mule I
Hun
Dr. and Mr. T. II. Coulter wern
rolled yimterday lo Korth Wurth,
Texaa, on account of the aerloiiH
lllneaa of Mra. J. C. Coulter, inotlur
of Doctor Coulter.
the former'a alater, Mra, Krank M.
AldrlclRe, and Mr, Aldrldgo. Mr.
AldrldRi) accompnnled Dr. and Mra.
Drcntum homo an will vlalt rela
tlvca In Orecnwood, Mlas,, beforo re-turnlnt.
Statu llnllot-s llendy.
ny AmotlatKl Prj State Wire.
OKLAHOMA CITY, Oct. 20. All
bnllota to bu uncd In tho Runcral
eloctlon November 2 had beon re
colvud by the Btato election board
today. W. C. MeAllntur, ivcrolttry
wUd nn nttompt would be made to
acrid thn l.-iat ahlpment of ballota to
county rcglstrnra tomorrow'. , total
of 1,100,000 ballotB ure tii'lnu mint
out.
MALADY PUZZLES DOCTORS
StniB
MuskoBoo fioldler Dim of
WnMInu nines
which proved baff!,--nttendnnta,
resulted fa , ,
to Arthur Saxon, 36 . . r, f
turned MuakoKcn wber viif.!'"
tmcted a utranBe f. , t
whllo en route hoi.,, f . VL1'"'
with tho Americjn , .,dlMn 1
furies. Bason, who nuff. . 'J
dlaenao for 18 n, ,,t.- !
waatcd away. Ho w , , iM ' 7 '
war department wh ,
nerta were tirnl.l., , .. . l
naturo of the dlaca., ' ' n
Mr. 11. I Woodiird of Council'
drove, Kan., 1a vlaltlnn: hla eon i
Mr. If. W. Woodurd, and .Mra.
oodard.
Mrn. Caroline M. Johnson, who I
hua been vlaltlnil her daliRhter
Mia Arthur V. Iliadfoid ju.il
rami.) for u fortnight, lrft Tuca
d.iy tcr her home In .Sulalia, Mo
, Mi Vra Whltaker of l'hlladr'-,
JL'!111'.!'! ,H tl(y vlaltlnK her
BBar
1 mi.xmh Mm im .s.vi.r.H rn. I
B W H. Jluln liiune liiite 7010 I
Photographs
Roscoe Fatty) Arbuckle In World's Greatest
Melodrama "The Round-Up" At Rialto
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Probably the moat famotla melo
drama over written about tho oldon,
b'olilen weat la "The Itound I p,"
which han been played on tho road
by numcroiiri rompnnlra for ncveral
yeara and baa rauaeil thrllla to
tlriKlo tho apliit-a of theaterKourn In
practically every town In thu coun
try. Now tho Kreat old-timer hiif
reached the screen na n Paramount
picture, produced by Gcorne Mel
ford nnd with every character por
trnyed by n prominent film player,
ltoacoo Arbuclv. by ancclnl arruiice.
, merit with Joseph M. Hchcncl:, np
i pears na fat "Slim" Hoover. Tho
' picture will be ahown at JJie Mnjea
I tic c.'omnicnclnK Sunday, October 21.
inn utory la weatorn and every
with Individual reallam, blondlnR hu
mor and pnthna moat happily.
A notable cant supports Mr. 'Ar
buckle, Including' Tom Fnrnum In
thu role of "Payson," Mabel Juli
enne Scott na "Hero," Irvlnu Cum
mlnsH, Juno Acker, Ouy Oliver, nnd
Wallaro Ileery. In addition to play-
aoenn haB Ita thrill. Mr. Arbuckle i Iiib the hcro'a role, Tom Karnum
is nam to vcbi mo part or inn Hhcrlff l ulao wroto the scenario.
That Is
Our
Specialty
Years of study and practice in
portraiture with the camera en
able us to say with certainty, a
PORTRAIT made at our studio
will combine a true likeness with
artistic finish and
WILL PLEASE YOU
Bass Studio
-1 72 East Third Street-
' Adjoining Ilroadwii- Theater Phono Osnco 121 1
l :-l Efl
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3
SI 0.25
$7.."iO
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Don't Fort;et
"Oh, Oh, Cindy"
Convention I lull
October 27
Member Heller IIiiMiicivs
Hut'cnu
No smarter sitIrs
hatm been developed
this season.
G Vachctte
Handbags
It has been several sen
sons since we Itnve heen
nble to offer anything
npnroachiiiK these Jugs
in vnltic.
liverytliiiiR nbout litem
lite iiioiiiiliiiKs, work
nianslilp nml materials
are exquisite.
By the Arm Load, the Automobile Load
and the Wagon Load
It's far and away the biggest sale ever held in Oklahoma or the entire southwest and it is js already the talk of the
whole country. Dozens of other merchants will now put on sales but they cannot meet our prices and stay in busi
ness. We are the largest buyers in Oklahoma and buy our merchandise cheaper and can positively undersell all
competition. Join the crowds and get your fall and winter Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, etc., for the very
lowest dollar. Remember that this entire stock must be closed out in only a few weeks. Plenty of extra salespeo
ple to wait on you.
DON'T BUY A SINGLE DOLLAR'S WORTH OF THE FOLLOWING MERCHANDISE UNTIL YOU FIRST
LOOK THROUGH THIS BIG STOCK. POSITIVELY EVERY PRICE CUT TO THE QUICK.
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Mali Orders Prepaid.
-Dress Goods
-Silks .
-Millinery
-Ready-to-Wear
-Men's Suits
-Overcoats
-Boys' Suits
-Men's Hats
-Shoes
-Furnishings
-Gloves, Hosier)
-Trunks, Bags
TRUNK
COAIPANY
Tlllbll
111 South Main Street
I'. ! lltenbmli, ltesldcnl Partner
Kansas City
Oklahoma's Price Makers
Corner Second and Boston
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