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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1921
CHURCH TO BE GIFT BUILDING Parts of Trinity's New Home Is to Bo Bought by Individuals Will TOTAL $81,200 Personal Interest Stressed in Episcopalians' Cam s paign Plan Tho oncomlmr campaign to build fur Trinity Kplscopal church an lm lysine church cdlflco nt Cincinnati ut.d Klfth In o be markod by ono cf tho most unbiuo featured yot adopted In any campaign In Tulsa. Announcement wiih mado by ( i airman W. St. Welch, of tho i , ding committee, lust niht that J-'inllo fcaturo parts of tho new Htrui'turo will l)o Isolated from provision Jn tho general construe ii'ii fund fit tlmt Individual mem Ihth of the congregation and proud ly nt citizens may make pcrHonal runtrlbutlou of a specific part of th" i hurch. ltfty.fljiht special parts of tho projected edifice, Including both rxtenor and Interior features will ! reserved, according to Chairman Uclih. Tho estimated total cowt of tin reserved parts Is $81, S00. They aio: Four great piers at $5,000 i.nii, tho main towor, $20,000, tho fr..nt doorway $1,000, tho foyer $3, 0"0, eight sldo columns $1,000 each, 20 upper windows $300 each, two tmnxept windows $2,000 each, tho chancel window $3,000, Novo win day $2,500, tho balcony $2,b00, six teen aisle windows $200 each, ton celling sections $ 100 each, crossing cci llnK $1,500, and, chancel celling $3,000. ' "Tho Incorporation of this fea ture Into our campaign," Chairman Welch pointed out- In a statement, 'will cnahln virtually every member cf the contention as woll ns publlc fi'inted citizens to play a deflnlto part In tho erection of tho church, and a part In which they may take a direct personal interest. Also It will serve to perpetuate tho record of donation that shall mako the new ediflco a lasting reality. As tho reserved parts range In cost from . 0.000 to $200, thero Is a definite thing to bo trlven to ft tho arylng individual circumstances of all donors. Tho gift of ono of tho 1H male windows at $200 will bo as deflnlto a contribution of help by thoso whoso circumstances permit of no more, ns tho gift of tho Krcat tower, which, it Is expected, will be contributed by a member of the. congregation," City Briefs ALLKN V. Davenport of tho Aetna Life insuranco company, has re turned after a two weeks trip to tho cast and northeast during whloh tlmo ho visited Hartford, Conn., llnstoti and Montreal, Canada. i'istuionh Foil dlvorco wero filed In district court Wednesday by w ii. uuuson ngalnst Jula H. Hud son; Karl Hand against Cummin Jl. Hand; J, C. Hayes against Laura, Jtuyts. i MAUItlAGi: LlCi;XKi:S wcro Is- tued to tho following Wednesday by the clerk of tho county court: J. J. l'enncl, 21, Tulsa, and liortha Wcst tnorland, 18, Morris; a. C. Cameron, 3s, Tulsa, and Ircno L. hlttakor, '!, Sarnla, Canada. DKCIU2I3 OF DlVOHCr: was granted In district court Wednesday to Nan K. Kcidel against . ictor 15. Scidol. Tl'I.SA LODGK 11. I'. O. K.. has received a challenge from Chick nsha lodge No. 705 for baseball pamo which, It hns been suggested be played between tho two loams during tho state convention of i:tks Jo bo held April 23-21 nt Ardmoro. 1'ho local lodge has not as yet ac cepted tho dare. MISS OMVK 12. Jnckson of N'cw York has arrived In Tulsa and will romaln for several weeks, for the purpose of directing a pageant to bo presented by ,tho Conway-Broun school. A PAItTV OF BANKING officials from Kansas City, mado n pof Henry y. Flower, chairman; 1). A. Mc Uonald and l.ostcr W. Hall, vice president of tho Fidelity National bank, wero business visitors In Tulsa J'tttorday. N. C irKNTHOltNK was called to Columbus, Ohio, Wednesday "iht becauso of tho serious Illness cf his grandmother. I'AT'Ij WIUHANK. aslhtnnt iwhlor of ttio First Stato bank of Coweta, nns irr Tlusa ycBtcrd;y onbUHlness. Eighteen Additional Suits Filed Against Oklahoma Natural Co. Hlghloen additional suits In which damages ranging from $10,000 to $26,000 asked In oarh caso wero filed In district court Wednesday by nttorneys for persons Injured or killed In an ex plosion of n tank car of gasoline In Memphis, Tcnn , February 27, 1021. In each pelltlon tho plain tiffs allcgo tho defendants, tho Oklahoma Nnturnl Gas companv and Urn Frisco railroad, violated rules of the Interstate commerce commission and the bureau of ex plosives In that they shipped a car of highly Inflammable gasoline In a scaled car which did not allow for tho expansion of gases and tho lank w;ns so filled with the gasollno thai proper expansion was Impossible. When tho dome cap was removed after ths shipment from IColleyvIllo to Memphis, tho gns from tho car escaped Into tho air und upon becoming Ignited, exploded and In addition to caus ing a largo fire damage, killed 11 persons and Injured ninny more. Plaintiffs who brought suit yes terday wero Morgan Smith, minor, Kodlo Hnnson, five members of tho I'etty family, Albert O. Hlley. ml mlnlstrator for four persons In jured or killed In the explosion, 1'lnkey Fowler and Anna Arm. dancTofThanks is planned for First Street, Jubilant Over New Paving, Plans Party If ono had suggewted holding n pavement danco on tost First street a month ago ho would havo been regarded as a fit subject for a lun atic asylum. If ho mentioned It today thero would bo no expression of doubt as to his nanlty. That Is what 30 days can do In changing publlu sentiment. To bo more concrete, property owner?, on Tast First are actually planning to hold a pavement danco on their thoroughfare as soon as It hus been re-surfaced with asphalt. They are Jubilant becauso or tho change that Is being brought about by u paving company a chavigo that converts their street from a strict of horrors and bumps and absont bricks and hole and ruts and broken automobile springs to a street covored with asphalt that Is to bo ns smooth as a dunce floor, So tho proporty owners know of no more appropriate way to ex pre their Jubilation and spread it to others than to glvo a danco on tho street to tho accompaniment of a Jazz band. If plans uro carried out, thero will bo no tickets tho street will bo thrown open to everyone that wants to dance. Part of tho ro-surfaclng has al ready been laid and other parts of tho street from Main to Frankfort have been repaired preparatory to laying the asphalt. PLAN A SCHOOL CLINIC Nurses to Follow l'p Inspection Work in Tulsa County Schools With Medio,1 Aid. Inspection visits paid to schools of Tulsa county by Miss Mallno Ilatcn, assistant nurse to Miss Itesslo ltlch- anlson, executive secretary of the Tulsa Tuberculosis association, will bo followed up whenever possible by clinics with tho nlm of correcting de fects discovered In the children, Miss Illchardson stated yesterday. Tenta tive plans, depending upon tho tlmo that physicians can givo to It. arc being mado now for clinics, follow lug visits mndo to various schools In tho county by Miss Hatch last week Arrangements are partially made ror sucn n clinic in coiiinsviiie. Tho work lliifio will bo done In con junction with tho new branch asso ciation ot i. olllnsvine. Tlicso clln les nro planned, Miss ltlrhardon stated, for tho especial benefit of inosu children whoso paronts would llko to havo their defects remcdl-d. but can't afford It. PhslcinnH havo been very kind. Miss lllrharqaon said. In lending their tlmo and aid to this. Tulsa l'ndertaklng Co., can savo U'ouncnifiMionn ""AIL1 a.- -Ailvt. ileefisl crow axid play when health is right. Proper food makes leefml babies. Since 1857 EAGLE BRAND Condensed Milk Royival Services TONIGHT-7 FIRST M.E. CHURCH HOULDCIi ST. Rent a Car and Drive It Yourself Tulsa Rent-a-Cnr Co. s (Inc.) Hear 215 Sniuli Cincinnati I'hono Cedar '-!.:t(l If Ruptured Try This Free Apply It to Any Hiipturc, Old or Hccvnt, Large or Small nod You arc on tin- Itoad Thai lias Convinced Thorn-amis. Sent Free to Prove This Anyone ruptured, man. woman or child, houht write at onre to W. R. rtl'e. tt Main St., Ai!am, N. V . fur a tree trial of hli wonderful stimulating iippili-atlor,. Jut put it on the rupture und the ijiu cUn begin to tighten, they begin to bind together o that the opening rlonra nat utility and the need ot a nupport nr trine of appliance Ii then done aay wiih. tJon t nciilfit to end for title free trial. Hvrn if yuur rupture, daren't bother )ou what la tho ue of wearing eupporta all your life' Why suffer this nuleanre? Why run the riBK of gangrene and eurh ilangrra from n fliuall and Innocent little rupture, the kind that hna thrown thnuianda on the operating table? A holt of men and wutnen are dally running auch r:ak Juei beLnuit their rupturve do nt t hurt nor prevent them from gutting around. Wine at onco for thla free ttlal. aa it la rrr ta,nly a wonderful thing and haa aided In the cure of cupturea that were aa big aa a man'a two flats. Try and write at onee. uilng the coupon below. IVin for Itupturo W. P. Illce, Inn., C1C Main St.. Adaini, N. Y. Yon may aend ma entirely free a Sample Treatment of your stimulating application for nupture. Name '. Address i'tale ROAD WORK IN COUNTY PUSHED Loss of Crusher, Scarcity of Stone Won't Stop Construction Work on tho county roads will not he materially delayed Imscmitc of tho destruction by Tiro ln Mnnilay iilBht of tho cruiihcr of the Tutoti Stone compuny at 'i.rnett with a Ion iNtllmnled at JtS 000, according to Dan W. I'nttnn, county utiRlneer. Mtonii In riufflclent qua nt 1 1 lea to al low tevrnl of Ihu conatructlon unllR to Btnrt work within th0 nnxt week can ho purchnaed front other mmhers, arcordltiK tn IMttnn, and hr. Intimated that he would not c icpt on an pxcuhii that tho work wns lieini; delayed l.pcau ntono could not ho procured. Tho Tulmi Stono cotnnativ'd rimtior was prnrtlcnlly nw. mid tho cnllro output had I'enn cnntrncteil fr ufo on TulS.i county road. The fire starlod In tho online tooni. ainl Ixfore it could ho extlniriiliihcd had destroyed inont of the tnuchlnery, hut tho hllllillllRS wirei wnvpil. nc. c'Tdinp to officials of I ho company. orn or reconmrtu lino li.ui nlruutv hi'Ktin and tho enmher will imiiln ho in operation within two wccUh. Girls Club Will Try ' SAY YOUTH TOOK CAR for Tri-Stalc Honors BISHOP THURSTON COMING Kpiscomilnu orricini tn cinfir,,. lVirlj at I'liltti Niniiliiy Scriliv, ltt. llev. Tlli'Oilnr.i P.n-ni, Tlmn. ton, blHhop of the dloreno of Okla homa In tho Kpi.Hcopal church, will tireach noil rnnflrt,, ntitui, in lr.n tho mcmlierhlp of Trinity MplHcopal iiiiiicii ni HcrviccH at mo Aitijemir theater next .Sunday mornlnir, oli iiervod n l'alm Sunday In the de nomination, tiki r-rvieo will com menco ut 10:30 o'clock, half nfi hour rnrllor then it I it llHiifil limit Tho confirmation rla Is tho lari;- chi jn ino niMtory or tnc local churi h and Ih composed piluulpally of adult!?. Dally Rorvlccs In connection with Holy Week will ho held throtlKhout next week by Trinity chunh. one service belnu Hrheduled for the mornlnir nnd a oocond rervlce either for the afternoon or ovcnltiK. (Jn ho a communion servlco at 1 0 : :t0 tlood Friday, March 2G, thero will o'clock In tho mornlnir, tho "nerv lco of tho neven laBt wordtt," from 12 to 3 o'clock; a chllilren'w m-rvlco at 4:30 o'clock and presentation of Plainer' enntata, "Tho Crtnifixlon." at S o'clock In the cventtiS. Oti Saturday afternoon, Mnn li id, there will ho a baptlant of tt)fanlH. Slatmimin Out of ,Ioh, i.nvnnv m.,, i, . imi., i. waa handed tho tiHiial' illscmlmrka- uon ccrtmcaio wnifii pcrson wInIi- illir tn lnntl In t-?,iilnnil i. rm out, St. Vcnlzelos. thn Orej-lc KtateM mnn, who recently arrived hero, was lainer iioriiiiuniieii, particularly ai the lino which requires Information nH tn tirnfcsnlfio nr nrrimnti.tti l.'l. nally. M. Venlzolos wro'o "unetn- pioj'ud." With a record f flrwl fdocc won two wieoofwtvp yenm at Norman and victoty In at rar ut the til-state con teat, the .Mftidelssohtt till It of t'en trnl hleh (uhoot will hkiiIii compute for 111" tri-Ktiitc honors at l'ltts llit p. Kan., April 2S. In which tep rwcntatlves from chniN in Okla homa, Kanf.iit nnd MlMotirt will contest. .Holnlfttri and vlollnslats tuny bo entered In the conlcat from TuUa, Mlies Clnro Illddlson, illmctor of ;lrl ei iiiuhIc In the high xc4loul, Viiis unnouticed. EDITORS; SELL TOM TOM IHli School I'rcsliincii Irt-nrii AImiiiI Annual l'ntiit Staff .MiinPcrs, Oritanlzed by Mis Dorothy Thoinpn, editor of thn Tom Tom. MIsFts Marararet Campbell, Kiither IVltt. Iils White. llHlett Truckcriiy and Don 1n unworthy, editorial staff moniberrt, nro lsltltiK tho freshmen rootiH at t'entral IiIkIi school this week and explalliltuc to tho fresh men therein tho wihy and where forr of tho Tom Tom. This move Is n part of the subwrlptlon enni palitn belni? put on hy tho mein Immh of t lut Tom Tom editorial staff nnd freshmen nro tinted to subocrlb for tho annual through their regular rcpremcntatlon. Itosponso has icadtly been made to tho canipalen, It was stated yes tenlay afternoon at tho high m'hool Itobert A. MclMrtiey t'uneral Director, nil P. Main, phones Osni(i lli.f,(5. Ailvt. Illarar Mlti,m lu 11,1,1 r.ir Trlill (111 Charge of StcnlltiK Auto And MorluK It In tint-nee Oscnr Mlnson, named with Ken neth '1tttrtiddes and I'.lKar Mluson as the persotis who stole a Hudson cur from II. I WelshfeB, 1113 South Trenton avenue, February !S. was held under bond of 12,000 for trial by district court on nn automobile theft rhararn nt thn close, of thn pre liminary hearltiK Tuesday before .1 nailer II. ,1. dray. Tho other do fflulntitH wcro relensml when thn county ottorncy failed to proditrn testimony to show they wro Impli cated In tho theft of tho car. The utolon car was stored In a Knrano In Kendall mlillllnn n few ln)s after thn theft and thn owner of thn mtriigo, suspicious that thn car tnlRhl b stolen property, notified tho sheriff's office It. It RrynoliK FINISH ST. JOHN'S HOSPITAL drputy sheriff, Investlcated thn nf I fv-icit r.nveniori IOiir, Hnven of thn former covernnra nr fair mid nftrr flnd'nr Oscar Mln i CH MWjI'rfiT' )N, W n, March still llvlnir Tho noven former gv.v- son had rented thn garagn nnd 'C KM plated tho ntolett car thorn, thn '..nth 0f offlio Mar h 4 nuc ccdlnir youth, tun brother ntul Hitrnsl ct (.ovcrti n John J. Cormvell, bei anio were arrested. I thr fifteenth ftnvnrtmr of thn state. ortiorn am; ,1. ,1 Cornwcll, II I), iiatflcld, A. 11. "White, W. II, Glass, cock, A. II. riemlmr. W. A, M ( r kin and 0. W. Alklniton. on Grant! Opera March I ana" 22 Connected With A'o Other Establishment in the World The Event of the Season HOW AIlOl-l' t l'IIOLSTI'lt I I) ITItM I'l m on, vus, SI. Ml IT TO CLIPSON'S Just Off Main Street 11 East Sixth i We Make a Special tit of Corsuyes St. Patrick's Day Green Carnations and Other Green Flowers It Vim Pol-get Gruriil Opera, .March til und Mi 'S. De Haven's Flower Shop Phone Osage 5155 Lr3 tjftllwW- .1T AaWBt'i r--Lag 1 '-. Thursday Specials Coats and Waists The Coats Clever Dolman and Wrap Coats of the kind you would expect to find priced $29.75 to $:i9.75 at it 25 Polos l Vcloura Serges liamonas Platinum- Sparrow Navu Pchin Other Spring Coats in a dis tinctive variety of styles and materials $10 to $98.50 The Waists Georgettes, Striped Silks, Crepe dc Chine; in a vast array of smart styles in all spring shades. $ .95 J Let Us Show You Our Spring Display of Wall ra oers An unequ.'ilcd variety of loncs, patterns and designs. These now stocks surpass even our own expectations. Foreign and domestic patterns just received, bringing with them a wealth of new ideas for beauty and adornment. In your quest for artistic harmony in decorating you will find here tho better things in wall paper. An invitation is extended to inspect this wonderful artistic display. It will be lime well spent. The Quality of Paint Is Important Wc carry a complete line of Paints Varnishes Brushes Enamels Glass Wc sell tho better paint at the most reasonable prices. Agents and Distributors for Devoe's Paints and Varnishes Rice's "Barreled Sunlight" Gloss White Johnson's Waxes and Wood Finishes Stark's Guaranteed Shingle Stain Dutch Kalsominc MITCHELL and D-FLEKT-0 Auxiliary Side Windshields 212, South Boulder t fUMERPAINr&CLAS'sCo. Phones Prx six-cesium to tt vT ' usage iu CTULSA cDECORATINC Coj Osace 6509 These Blouses cannot be duplicated at any other store wc know, for $7,95 to $8.95. Compare them and see. Other Waists $1.95 to $25 Including voiles, batiste, hand mades, georgettes, etc. Tulsa Greenhouse Florists UirKcnl Itclnll tlrccnhoiihc Nrnr TlllfMl Cut Flowers and Plants All Kinds or I'lonil Work Ok.iuo 3U71 liiKt Twenty-first Street Near Ij'vtls Atu, I BECOMING i Aro lour uIiimom hccoiiilnir lo jon? Itn liicv add or ilclruct from 5011c , pcrMHial apiM-nriiuct'.' HANNIS OPTICAL CO. OptoinclrlstM and Optlcluu I'hono ( tilnr IIOO :ui.- SOI I'll IIOS'IOV 'I'lilmi u (. (iiiiIiik Street WhatDolfouSaLy vhen you ask for Corn Flakes ? If you dorit say post ioa STIE you miss the best there is in flavor, crispness.and all round goodness. Get the flakes that come triple-sealed in the yellow and red package ifiey don't mush down when cream or milk is added. Ready-to -serve-Economical Kade by Fostum Cereal Ca,lnc,Battle CreeJc,Mich.