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VVLSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1921 f i n i I 1 ft F ft pi' t i Hi mi 4. 14 t 1, 'ft t j: . 1H . ill : r If in i 1 'If I I M 1 1 LILIAN CPERKIf vJJcnt cuubsA 1 f MUSIC 1 WOMENS WORK Spring l Hi'"' Attain awake tlm ttinioli k c ry, Hweot mid tlio in.thn returnlnK utretwlh, Where willow -frttiK"fl Hi' brook rilrtii hv Ami neath th m.ft. uncertain nky Miih i:Uil tlm hlBhwy' itURty lfnKtti. iJHj'Plcd by hIihiIowh from th tro, Tlio dandidlon Rllrt thn itraM, Ami lilommiim MAiicred ly tn brnran Similar llm poolV rlwr IfioklHK-Klniw, WhetK ullver tnlnnow dnrt unci WM. Thon ntf th' yunK ywr'ii lialtyon houra i In nrrlwrdu fair nml crmnlnx i fli'l.li. llrlKlit with raprlrloui un nml , ftou-ivrtf. i Whn nil Iho prnmlM prlnHtlinn yl'l'l' rimlM (itii mncii mot In iwnw and flowLr TimI.ij'h Kciit. (loif luii' lii'on and tournninrnt ot Country club. Tulwi rhiiplrr HniiKhliTM Anicrlcnn Iti-volutlon ini'ti4 In Y. "VV. -'. A. Momliitniii W. Albprt Cook, Unrlo V. Hlnclnlr nml I-'rnl Hoott. IiomIfhiih. Mm. I), t". Morrlson'fl Irifornml luncheon In hor home, Uirton iipart infiiitd. for MrwdnincH J- W. Tumor nml .1. N. Ilalncfi. Tulmi CoiiikII of .lowlnh Women will mrct In pulillo library. Announcement i.'orn'i'Nil. TlirmiRh error, tlm enKaKeiiH'iit nniiomici-tiirnt of MIhm Illnni'li lllokn of Tu la formerly of Klefer, to Mr. John Wolf nlno of Tulmi, kIvtii In the noclnty eolumilH of Tuemluy wiih nmde. TIiIh nnwa Item came In over phono dy eoiniuiim who repronnntcd themnolvi'M In be Mm. Herman llruHh, Muter of Minn lllake. Thn World mnken the correction nt thn liudlKiillon of Mm, llriinh and MIkh lllnkc. llrldffo I'nrtlr. Mm. Clmcnnn II. Oump hnn nn nounced tlm iifternounn of Friday, Mny II nml 20. as ilnteM when film will entertain with Informal brlilKo In her homo. Inforiunlr Mm. nonnld l'. Uryan will enter tain liur brldKO club and xpcclnl nuentn (inn afternoon thin wcok, tlio data to bo announced. Drnnia I-iikuo liiiucticon. One of lliv prominent club event" of the week will bo the untiual luncheon ind election ot offleeia of the, 'CuImu liriima lenKiie, Krlilny, Mny 6, In lip IConnody ron taurant. llotewM will bn MeM dnmrK M. K. IMwardH. K. Forreiit llaydrn, .1. II. Held, 1-IIMi I). Mild ncy and J. llenjaniln llrowu, Idinciicon norlc. Mm. Preiwley (t, Wnlkcr Jr., Is planning to entertain with a aeriea of two liinchnona In tho Country club next week, dntca to bo un Jiounced. Hcsenntlon for l'nrty. TIiohh who dcMre rcaervatlona for the fortnightly card pnrty nt tho Klks homo on Thumday ufternoon. may phono Mm. Hay HleRfreld, Oman S 4 7 or Mm. Frank M. Hey Iiolitn, OsiiKO G3V8. itmvnllo 1'arty. A recont nvetit of Inte.reHt to many win a Juvenile dnnciiiR party Riven by MImcd Allen Ibard and Ireno Coekroll. CoKtunieH and procrnmH wero In keoplnu with tho Juvenile lilt'a and rcfronlunonts wero iwrvrd l'rehent wore: MImsm Mary Wright, F.unlco Cremln, Mamie CurrtKnii, MnrKiiret HhleldH. Miugiirot Ma- roney, llnn.i llrown, Huth FnKiiu, l.oln HhloldN, Allen llmrd, Irenn Cockrell and Oom Coekrell, Mennra. John Counnm, Hob Dean, Hldney WllllaniK. Tom llrown. Hob MeAn drewM, Htanton Hlake, Harry Frlond, Meryal MlddaliRh, Tom Madden. Norb ITnrdmnn, Art Wilson and Otho Taylor I The Vogue J 13 Went Third Street A'i Wright Ilulldinu Special Sale of Spring Dresses 'All of our Spring Taffeta and Cairion Crepe Dresses that sold at $100 and $125, to make a speedy clearance, specially priced for WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY $50 and $67.50 The Vogue I1H West Third Street New Wright Ihiilding TY Presldi'tu's fiPdur. Ilmitlne buslnfsn nml Imporlnnt IwtiicN ni ordained wllliln tlm wn-klv nifunnn) IIiIh wee from Mm. I.oln clnik Pearson. ir-l1 r-r t of tlm Oklahoma Federation of Wntnen'n lulm. Ilio letter follows: Thin In h teal business letter nml ! hop yon will Hive th contents veiv Hmfiil .oiisldorntlnn If yoil ejpo't V, V V .". " ,. "ruw,,,r' w.ur RlotP am) dim. Id twlerallonn Mr- ,l (!- Muevn nml family, m fnnitlon efficiently, nml i know yon ilrt, there r Mmc IhlniM yon Mr. nml Mrs. It. J. Dixon who must ilo before you adjourn for the reside, In Cnrletnn Plafo, hnd an summer I'lrnt: Due should bo 1 their Ktiesta durlriK tlio rur.ent Chris paid. Itmmher only iluliwnteii linn clilirrli ronvftiitlnn, Mr. nml from rliihH wlionn rtiira urn nlil rnn Mr. Ororitn t'lnrkinn of Htrouil nml Ijn Knuinl'nt tlm ItlcrinlM I convention , Mr. nml Mm. V. I. Illiike nml kon linn fnll, ami mm c hiipm hiiiai no I paid by Octnlifr Irt. It In mm li liellfi' to pay them now wtaio nneo aro Jtio Tor earn ciiy rmierniion mimNi r,)., In hern vlHltlnc lur Ibren dub of fifty member or l.iw. l or i,rtiii.m nml their fnmllloH. Mmwim rhth of over fifty inembem tlio l.y,,,,, I,. I.yoim and V. W. I.yonn. dui are 2 HO for thn Mmt fifty ami TMr,y nr, HO nriteriiilnliiK In their len renin nddltlonal for each mem- )llr,Mi ltt0 M1(1M Mildred Krnncca ber over fifty, peparttncntnl club . ,M,ynr nleco. pay ll.nw iiir eacn oepiinmeni. niuie due Mhnuld bo iwnt to lb" Ht'it" tremiurer. Mm. 1, M AriKlen, Hd- mrtnd Heroml: All pledftea In the Ildtl eatlnnnl hoiui fund and thn Htnte MmlowioMil fund nliould b paid Third- Data, which Ineluden n Hal of the offleeia for 1921-22, the num ber of meiiiliern, and when poiwlblo, Ilin rou me of nuidy for next year, xhnuld bn H"lit lo thn Mnto preMifent. tlio Male corrmiponillnir Hcrretnry, nml tlie dlNtrlct tirenlilnnt. I'ointb: Ilepnrta of work done In various linen nbould bn mint to the cnrrenponillug dlntrlit chnlrman. to bo nent by her to Ihe nlnle chnlr man. Thn Mato chalrnuin'M rnportn will be printed in the next year book and form ft permanent rerord. Will you not do your pari lo mnlcn UMs record pninplntn? Fifth: Com mltlpen Hhnuld bo nppolntcd to nr riiiiRo for tlio celebrnllmi of cltlxen nhlp day. Thn dlstrlel chairman of Amerlranlziitlon linn no doubt until you ono of tlm miKscHtlvn proKrninn funilMied by tho Amerlcnii rlllzen ship department of thn general fed eration. If nlm has not, wrlto her for ono. Hlxtli: A now congress l In ses sion. Oklahoma Iiiih Meveial new pongrcssmen and onn now senator. I'oHHlbly these membf'M do not know our nttltudn toward the Hheppnnt Tnwner bill, tho Hmlth-Towner bill, and tho Fesn amemlmnnt to thn Hmltli-llunheM bill. Thn latter will havo n new immo wlmn It enmen tip for ponslderatlon. Write your con gressman and both semitnm urging tlinm to support theno bills. If we aro tn preserve our national parks wo must defeat tho Walsh bill do plslvely. This bill provides for n dnm nt tho outlet of Ynllowstono lako and would bo but thn begin ning nf other promotion schemes, I hopn you will rend Mnry Iloborls Illtielmrl's artlre. "Tho Hleeping Olant," In tho May number of tlio Ui illes' Hoinn Journal, and that you will then wrlto Homo strong letters ngiilust tlm Walsh bill, I urn sure wn nil approve tho action or tlio Oklahoma Theater Owners' nnd Malingers' association In pledging Hh inembem not to nso nnd to dlsrnur- ngo tlm production of pictures fea turing criminal and Immoral char nctern because of their record. A letter from Mm, Woodallen Chap man. chairman of tho commttlun on motion pictures for tho general fed eration saj-H tho film peoplo aro be ginning to rerognlzo our power nml aro anxious to necurn our good will. Whenever Mm. Chnpmnn (IiuIh tlio product of a compuny worthy of commendation lio will glvo them every assistance. Buch a company Is thn Klnnto Company of Amnrlca. Wi can best show our approval by attending those theatera where tho best pictures aro shown, nnd whero tho mnnager shown a sincere wish to co-operate with lis. U. nml 1'. V. Club. Thero will bo n luncheon and business meeting of the Huslucsi and I'rofcMMlonal Women'M club at tho Y. W, C. A. cafflerln, Thumdny from 13 to 1 o'clock. j'rohlcniR or busl nesn womt'ti will bo discussed under tho Hiipvrvlslon of Miss Aguen Cimh nnd Miss I'ylo. An luvltntlon tn ex tended nil IhihImohh women. This Is the first of regiilnr weekly lunch eons to be hold by tlio club. Thera will bo special reservations In tho cafeteria for theso uinrhoonN. l)r. C. 1J. Koltner of Oklahoma City, slato stownrdshln Hocretary of ino i nriHiinn ruiircn, is in Tiilxn ror tlio find time, ami he snyit thin , "iiu ui im iihihi, iiuiiiKiiiji ii'irn lie linn neon. Tlio chun hen havo ap pealed to (urn. not only ti lhlr beauty of ronstrili tlon, IHIL fur lhi spiritual atmosphere of Dm city He likes t ho city for Itii rlcnnticim and flnonoM-i of buslncnn hulldltiK; m liken tint school hulldlnKs 'mil tho school system, and says the homes nrr amontf tlio most heuullfu) In Oklahoma. Pernonal Mention Mien TliAckla Mtllevn of WapO' ,w'" ,iUOIJu"f1. l" kent-tn, who arrived Moniluy to i iionny in wmcijixn, mim fninnln l.ynnn of Irf AnK i , im , Mm. Cathnrlno van l.euvon nanlnt nnl iittormty general, spent tlm past wnnk-eml Willi' Mrs. Harriett M. Wnrdell of this city rnlurnlng to Oklnhoma City tho first or the week. Mln Loulsn Kenton nf Miiskngeo who linn bixin visiting Imr sinter, Mrs. .Inneph Hhalbinbei gor. Is now tho guHl of Mm. Claude I,. Hough In Irving I'luco. MIsh lllnnrh Ilatnn of llrownwood, Tex., arrived Tuesday to visit Indef initely In thn home of her sister. Mis. Himkell Downs, 702 North Clieyonno nvontio. Woman Men Strangled Identified at Wichita MANHATTAN, KansiiH, May 3. Tlm woman strangled tn death In n hotel hero Hunday night by two sol dlcrn from Fort lllley has been Iden tified an Mm. Frank WatkliiM, of Wichita, the wife of a hotel em ploye. Watklns said today that his wife bad $400 In money when she left Wichita Hnlurdny to go to tlcottsvlllo tn visit her parents, Tho mutiny wah not found among tho dead wnmnn'fi nffects. Imported Organdie Dresses Included Taffeta, Canton Crepe, Crepe de Chine, Georgette, Tricotine and Serge La Wheat Shop SEVEN PICHER GRADUATES Hp-Il loTh WnrM. I'ICHl'JIt, May 3 - The nnnnif ii"e imnt exorcltes of the richer high school ore tn bn held May 13 to 19, Inclusive. Tho program Includes tho following aa tho principal Mature. Heritor cln plans, KrMoy, May 13; haccnlnurrnlo rormon by Itev. A. N. Avnry, Hunday, May IS; nlnnn day program, Tinndny, Msy 17; school picnic, Wednesday, My IS; gradu ating exorcises Thumday, May 19, and proeninllon of dlplomnn by 11. If. Haker, nuperlntendent of m-hooln In district No. IK. Thn graduating rlann comprise Iho following seven pupils- JCmllri (liutlot lloono, Ocll Hampton. Cora Klhlynn Iloll, Agnes Jones, Thelmn I'nrthena Htm-key, (Innrgla May Vnr ner nnd (letlrudn Iln Wnlnwrlght. HAD HID STILL ON WHEELS Dodgcil llncli nml IVirlli Arrow Mne I'roin Offln'rh. Kprlil In 1 li World. NKWK1HK, May 3.-Jlm Haker, who In now In thn county Jail nt N-'Willi k with Indlcntlonn that he will bo I timed over to thn fedora, niithorltlnrf hiu had nil elusive still ami. although It In big enough to mHnufnrturn 50 galloon n flay, lie has hnd It rnonnUil on a wagon so that It rrnild bn driven back and ion ii arronn ma inriui-UKinnoinu slut linn at n point near Itock wheru tho A r I: ;ui nan rlvnr enters thin slat. Wherlff noblsmlth of Cowley coun ty wan on linker s trail, but when he arrived thn w-ngon had been drlvn Into Oklnhoma. although thn scent of tluuor ff.led thn mirroundlng at mosphere. Then Hhorlff Dan Ilaln "f this county took up Ihe search ami located thn xtlll with linker pre sent. The Htlll wan confiscated and HakT sent to Jnll. Ilo Inm ieon unublo thUH far to get bond money rappole" bodTTsThipped KANHAH CITY, Mo., .May 3. Tho body of Hiinton Itappole, 27, who killed hlmaolf on Iho slops ot HL Patrick's church Hunday night, wan enrnuto today to Dickinson, Texas, whom burial will bo made. Itappolo wan wanted at Houston, Texan, for tlio murder of bin wife, Mrs. Hoso Cornlglla Itappole. whoso body was found In tlio woods near that city several days ago. Thn mur der wan eommlttod In March and Itappolo fled to this city, where ho hnd been working under tho natno ot Charles Coopor. Tulsa Undertaking Co. can save you ono-balf. Phono Q-sflir.. - Adv. WOMENS DRESSES EXCLUSIVELY IK 7 4Qyl SOUTH OVEB PALACE in the sale of spring Dresses at $15 There are forty.organdie models in addition to a hundred of Also an extensive variety of , Summer Dresses at $25.00. Look for the Small Electric Sign in the Palace Theater Lobby 1 linring EtmdC E,UIB I With ConVlCl H CaptlirC i HAN ANTONIO. Tex, May 3 Jack Coulton and Oeorgo Carles, Crockett cinmly prisoners who over- powered their guards Haturday whlln being taken to tho penitentiary liah nml enrnned. are again lr. CUB- tody today. After forty-two hours sonrch they wero captured yesterday nfternoon After they hnd stolon un automobllo which broke down and then a horse. Hunger finally rorceo them to visit a rnnch house nnd their enpturo followed. I P. E. 0. IN STATE MEETING I'orly-Mx ;luip(cm Sinl Delegate In Oliliilioiiui Coim-iitlon. I HreUI to Th WitUI. I I'AU'HUfKA, May 3. I'awlius'xa will entertu 'i tho next stntn innvontlon of tho P. K, O., which will uwHinblo hero May 24-26, In ItH 1 3th annual meeting. Heprenenta tlven from 4 ihaptem m Oklnhoma r expected. Mm. J. H. Tolson In president of tho looal chapter. Thn j, li. (i. waa organized In HDD by seven girls of WellesHy col lege and Its work Is largely sot-la', ami educational. Ono of tho fea tures In thn raining of 1100,000 aa an educational fund, which if loaned to worthy girls who havo competed ii liii-li Mehfinl eourMO nml who ilenlrn m enter college. Hums Up tn 00 urn loaned tr glrln for it period of five yearn nt 4 per cont, tho girls having previously made satisfactory application. ltlckpy Onm Vmtliiiicil. Horbort I. ltlckey Is charged with perjury by his divorced wife, Hattlo W. ltlckey, who claims that at tho dlvorco trial February 2iJ hn gavo falso testimony. Itlckoy'n prelimi nary trial, docketed for hearing Tuesday beforn Justlen If. J tirny, at tho request of counsnl for tho riefenso was continued until Mny 10. B. P.O. Elks No. 946 I .allies' Day, Tliumday, May 5 Mako reservation.1! by 9 p. in,, Wednesday, May 4. MHS. HAY if. .SHIOFItlKD, Osago 9S17 MRS. F. M. HH YNOI.DS, Osaga C398 MAM ST. THEATRE 75 Over thePalace Theater ..LryhnfVhon, nn A. Chance, charged with larceny of an automobile which waa nehed- iiledsto lie heard beforo Justlen II. J. oray Tuesday wan continued until May lo, at tho request of counsel for the defonmi who stated that thoy wanted Wither week In which to Havana ngent for Jacob Sutter and - 1 .,m,..,.iIiiiii'"ii-ii-i Hunt's vol. v. Iny op France RSETS ISimlhiainKcedl Instead of conccaliii"; or subduinpr tho naturally good lines of tho figure Lily of France Corsets accentuate them, bringing out every graceful line nnd curve lo the best advantage, and even supplying them where lacking! Lily of France Corsets aro perfectly designed, in strict accord with the latest trend of fashion, and provide the proper foundation for tho season's modes in perfect comfort. Our Fitting Service places tho service ot nn experienced corsetlero nt your disposal, who will gladly demonstrate the new comet models lif tho privacy ot tho fitting room. May we havo tho pleasure of tervliiB you? Smart models in authentic modes of the season, every imaginable trim ming effect, every conceivable shape, every wanted color and combi nation. These hats arc of the now creations imported Swiss hairbraids, tagels, novelty braids, Milans, Hand-sown Lisercs, Swiss Hemps, ccllaphane braid; in fact, a variety one's imagination can scarcely comprehend. These at a Saving of 33 1-3. Deductions Will Be Made at ' Time of Purchase Iltint'n Millinery Department Third Floor iika.ssu:iu:s AND CONFINKUS In all sizes, tor nil figures), and in n largo assortment ot each. protect 'and beautify. 3 Hf ) 1 Hf O E Cap for prices k LLA IO I NATIONAL MFC. CO. jfl f tt Vrpr" 3 Wednesday and Thursday Sj M Palmolive Soap , R Woodbury's Facial Soap K r3 ' ' S Sayman's Vegetable Soap Coot! Coffeel jfl Watch this space for our twice-a-week K Heu'a cofTco of quality, with 3 specials on articles in every-day use. (2 a rich, nromatic flavor. It ro- i 3 K onuXnnVhU ' 1 We havo the price, quality and sen-ice. SOTMnl Plymouth eissa fBgm 1 Drua Co. 1 Your croccr haa i fOnSw 3 - " Bg it today. tTJ m Wt 'Ji &j M Osage 1216 20 West Third St. E INTIR STATE CHOfCT t0ff MfVHH iBMRnS cosiri.iY 4 1 i BL jf leged to havo stolen a Ford roadster from tho garago of Dvnn and Hteph an3, 217 West Arcllor slreet, March 30. ToIku-co Tnx Frnuil Clmi-gpil. CHICAGO, May 2. With tho at rent hern today of Walter Sutler, Daily Store News WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1921. P- Beginning Today at 9 a. m. mnr Special 33 1-3 Esdractom nlMffiKsiry 'Me HUNT c- DEPARTMENT STORE Main St. llctwcen Third and Fourth Sons, tobacco dealern of this i. it becanio known that throo mo r ofth-s firm, Jacob, Haymond snl CXarcnco Sutter, aro being heiJ fjT nn allcgetl fraud In tobacco In t marking, by which tho govcr , is said to have been deprive J 6 0,000 lmpo rt tnx. NO. SANITAIVT GOODS A most complete lino In being fea tured In our Hcc ond Floor (corset nccllon): mnd erato prices prevail.