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TULSA DAILY WOULD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1922
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"I trvpt of the Bible Times" was the
subp t under discission.
Hsia Kprlnghetl of Jarkson,
vim arrive Wednesday.
IiiiIIiiii Sn iitiiirr.
The far f'fl erho of niiimrr imlJ
Tb erhonlday laughter of nirio
Ths wonderful promts of winter
Tell ms), It I Indian nnniT,
Th otk Imtss red and golden
'ihe noorn halls sttewn an the
The wllil riuek's call from a dUstnnt
Tell ma. It Is Indian siimmsr.
Th whlto frost on my garden fair.
The milt tree waving ttwir
Th hillside painted In colors rare,
Tell me It la Indian summer.
The flro clow lighting my
The dream wmvm turning
The noft, stiver beams from a low
Toll roa It ! Indian summer.
IJBUTIIA I DAITON-JUIINiON.
Iynrli-Wllllams wedding at noun
In homo of bride's parent. Mr. and
Mr. William Lyin-h on Houtli
Mrs, John Plekcns entertains with
nftnrnonn paity for Mrs. Marie Wil
li u r,
American Legion auslllary gives
Halloween dance at armory,
Mid-week luncheon lub meets
with Mia. It. W. Ritchie.
Mra. A. Uurland Marra hostess) to
Piano Htudy club.
Wednesday morning mn(vile
meets u-ith Mra. Henry J. Muggn.
Mra. Theodora O, Lllystrand
Jiostese at email afternoon tea In
honor of Mra. W. W. Kerr.
Mssdarr.es Prank R. Anld and F.
M. Reygoids entertltln at nuctlnn
brldgo In tho homo of the former.
Regular weekly golf lncheon In
tho Country club,
Tulsa branch, League of Women
voters, meets In the Y, W. t A. club
Utopia chih meeting In the home
of Mr. Hay flollare.
Mra. Jake "LyonsA entertain!
Wednesday Brldgo Luncheon club.
Will Attend Chicago nation.
Air. and Mra. Carl 1C. Dresser, Mr.
and Mra. Winston P. Jlenry nnd
Mrs. Frank I Moors will leavo
Wednesday for Chicago where Uicy
will bo numbered among the out
of town guests at tho elnbonito
dinner danco Riven Friday evenlm:
hv Mr. and Mrs. Giles Mitchell.
Mrs. Mitchell waa formerly Mlsu
I.etA Armour. Mr. and Mm.
Dresner will go east from Chlrngo
and will roturn within a fortnight,
Mr. and Mra. Henry and Mrt. Moore
will return to Tulsa at the week-ond.
TTVir Mr nlul Men. MnllonaM.
Mr. and Mrs. Hurt II. Colllml
.were hosts at dinner In their home
on Tuesday evening, complimentary
.to Mr. and Mrs. Aleiander McDon
ald of New Yorki
Mis II .1. Itslney will enterl-ln III
llie 1'niinlry cluh on Tuaadajr after
iHx.n. Ortdber HI, Willi a large
Kntmns (.'lly Vliltorx.
Mian jtann Clalbreath hna ex
tended liilttloiti for an evenlnx of
bridge on Wednesday, compllmen
tary to Mr. Mod Mm. Bmraon C.
Mlnflna. who are hare from Knnrns
rlty for ii ahort vwlt In the home
of Mra. llllgine' lis rents, Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur 1. Murphey.
'liilsa'a iin lliliiru.
Minn IMullne Ha her who .iitenileil
thn American legion convention In
New Orleans net week, representing
thn Jo Carson l"1" s'"1 14,1 lClo"
auxlllarleH as tlulr uueen at this
Important meeting, has returned.
Mies Ifaber was nine,! me -usis-
homa Queen" while In the I'resi-ent
city nml was given much flattering
nttimtton, flho, with tha iueen from
l'anamn and a host nf others tuns
rnpreeentlng the Legion from all
pal la of the nation, were photo
graphed and lauded during their
etoy and are nulls ready to speak
in high term or new urieniis
Kans Smirl .'lnl.
Mrs. A. (i. Johnson entertained
members of the Hans Bond BOO club
on Monday afternoon. Honors went
to Mr. I. M. Niraigni. .Mrs. tvi
Nelson was it enerla! attest. Thn
club voted (it (this time to add an
other table uf players for tun sea
Mr. and Mrs. Clifton 11. Dewey
ar giving a masmierade Ilnlloween
iisnro in uifir noma on nauirdny
The first meeting of tha fall by
members of the Hndnali society
will bo hold on tho afternoon of
Thursday, tictoher 10, with sirg.
Ham It. TrnvK This society Is
planning ft very ln(erestlng enter
tnlniuent, "A Trip Around the
World." which win be kIvoii nt the
K. of i, hnll on Monday, October SO.
The recital planned for Hatunlay
at the University of TuUn. when a
prosrnm was to Have been given by
Miss Florence AloelirletiurncK ami
Mr. Albert I'Uklccn hna len post
poned for a weok.
The O. A. Htlldy clllb will give fl
Halloween dance at Carpenter's hn'l
416 Houtli Dotrnit. on Tiiursdfij
Mr. and Mrs. Charles, y. Martin
will leave Tulea quite soon for
Chicago whrra they will reside,
Mrs. f. C. Towers has returned
from a visit to New York t'tly and
polnta In I'enfisylvunln.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur rampbelland
small daughter and Mr. J. A. Camp
bell ere spending some time at their
hunting lodgo neir Claremore,
Mrs. A. 0. Parley of Oklahoma
City Is on her way from Carthage,
Mo., where she has been visiting the
last fortnight, with her friends Mr.
nnd Mra. W. II. I'eck, 3U. N.
Mile. II flnpath, Ins relruned
from Norman, Okls., where she
went to vlelt her yourfk cousin, who
I a student at the ttata unlvmslty.
Mr. and Mra. A. V. 'matter and
daughter, M.iry Joan are visiting In
the home of Mrs. Htntli' parents.
Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Piinly on South
Mrs. Prank Hhreck and Dr. and
Mis. H. 1. Price hae as thelV
guests, Mr, and Mrs. I). II. Cain of
Washington, I). C, who are en route
home from n. southern tour.
Mr. and Mrs, J. Arthur Hull sre
visiting In Kansas city.
Mrs. C. Ifc OoixMl'a left Tuesday
for Vlnllit to Htleiul the club re
t'eptlon given thrrn Wednesday by
innmbers of the Premier Worth
While club at whloh a number of
etatn anil dlitrlat federation officers
Mr. and Mrs. Walter O'llannon
havo changed their residence to
1133 Houth Norfolk avenue. Mrs.
It. II. Oldham of Oklahoma t'lty
has arrived for a visit with her
daughter, Mrs. OUtimnon,
For Tail Expected
at State Prison
The Council of Jewish women will
give luncheon In the Ketchem
hotel On Wednesday, November 1.
This will be an open meeting and a
general Invitation Is extended.
HeMirvntlone uay be obtained by
phnnlns Mrs. Charles Iuh, Osage
Magic. City Delphian society ,hebl
tin regular meeting on Tuesdny with
Mrs. John Peacock ns leadiir.
lly Intsrnsllonsl Kws Ssrvles.
M'Al.HHTISH. Oct. 3 1. William
II. Talt, convicted nt I.nwtun IS
months ago lp connection with
the murder of llusiell Hprague, a
taxi driver, Is expected to re
ceive another reprieve, ntote
prison authorities unnounced to
day on receipt of official com
munication from Oklahoma City,
Tate was to go to tho eloctrlc
chulr Friday. ,
Tult Is wanted to act aa a neces
iry witness In rlio ensa of Cleo
tiobln, charged with complicity
In tho same murder. (J oh In,
whosn third trial comes up toon,
haa been In custody sltico .Msroh
Have You Tried llto
Superior's Light Luncheons?
The Superior Tea. Itoom. 12 llait
Hlxth, Is serving a wonderful.
humo'cnnked luncheon at only 35c,
Come, try It today, llrlng your
H years. 31, JJ, 40 and 42 Inches
bust measure. Bit 34 requires four
yards of JS-lnch material with 3 3-4
yards of braid. Price It cents,
stamps or coin (coin preferred,)
Our fall and winter fashion maga
zine Is ready. Contains over three
hundred styles In addition to tour
pages of embroidery designs, three
A Mifcirt Street Trm-k. I pages of styles worn by "movie"
tm. hsrt,.iir ivle. il, t von stars, ana a six-iesaon courra in
rould Tiakn In nliout two days, ex- dressmaking. Price 10 cents per
nlnlts the ni milar blousv waist and copy.
lipll-atiH i.r !rer Wool creoa.l Kend von order to Fashion Dt
ergo fir t-snha cjolh ore materials pirtment, Tulsa World, 230' HoUth
tluit W'Mild be ailople,) to Ibis style. wens sireei, t:nicsgo, jh.
Made of s"ige nt 31 per yard and
To Sell Kaw Indian
Land to Best Bidders
(tpelsl to Tks World.
ICAW CITY, Oct 24. Six tracts
of Kaw Indian land, Included within
the Kawa' former reservation In th
northeastern corner of Kaw county,
are to fee sold to the hlglfest bid
der at the subagency on December
6, according to official notice Issued
by J. C. Hart, the agent for the Kaw
and Pawnee tribes., The six tracts
total 760 acres of land, the total be
ing appraised by the goverhment at
330,800. The most of these lands
llo only a few miles, west of the pro
ductive western Osage oil field, The
allotments to be sold are those of
Charles flumner, Jesse, Mehejah,
Max Hhomold, Henry Wliulow, Louis
8, and Stephen Pnppan
Allco: What aro you going to do
with your alimony?
Virginia: I think I'll put) It Into
Liberty bonds. Life. I
lUdo 'cm, Clare!
No celabrlty In the world Is safe
with Claro Ilherldau 20 mllea away.
Stripped of Clothing
By Two .Highwaymen
KANSAS CITY. Oct. 24, r jj
nuuuu aiicuiiuii am mucn as r
James Knight mudn his
home here tonight In li s
his tnco damaged by tho '
two bandits who had hi
Into an alley nnd thero dep
of his overcoat and sup
thn third sttccesslvo nig i'
lice said heru tonight, t
have srtlpped their vlct
nlAlhi. Tli tun mn.br.l . ,
ncm mm up necimo '
Knight said, and heat h
l IK j
trimmed with braid at 20 cents per
yard It would cost about 34.7B.
The patt ern No. 16.111 cuts In sltss
Try This If You
There Is mm sine, way that never
falls to removo dandruff completely
nnd that Is to dlsnolvn It. This de
stroys It outtrely. To do this. Just
get about four ounces nt plain, ordi
nary lUiuld arvoni npply It at night
when rrtlrli.g; (us enough to mois
ten the ecalp nod rub It In gently
with the finger tips.
lly morning, most It not all, of
your dandruff will be gone, and
three or four moro applications vil)
completely dissolve and entirely de
stroy every single sign and trace of
It, no matter how much dandruff
you may have.
You will find, too, that all Itching
and digging of thu M-nlp will stop
Instantly, and your hair will he fluf
fy, lustrous, glossy, slltty and soft,
and look and feel a hundred times
You can get liquid arvon at any
drug sturo and four ounces Is all you
wilt need. This simple remedy has
never been known to fall, Advertisement.
i for Trio of Visitors,
' ' Mrs, Herbert D. Waaon was at
luxms on Tuesday atternonu, re
ceiving a company of friends for
' tea In honor of Mrs. Willis VV Kerr
', of Ueavor, Pa,, who Is visiting her
'daughter, Mrs. T. O. lJlyetrniid,
rjtrs. (leorgo C. Btahl of Toledo,
Ohio, who Is visiting In tha home of
Mrs. William V. Htahl and Mrs.
Maria Wilbur of Plneville. Mo., the
Rurst of Mrs. Kverett Manning and
Mra. Jamei 13. Duffy.
For Trniiiwe Visitor.
Mrs. Louie V. Hitch Is planning a
rerles of parties to honor her visitor,
nobert A. Molllrney,
Funeral director. 921 B. Main
V .Phone Oeaga 191-450. Advertise-
SIMPLE WAY TO GET
RID OF BLACKHEADS
Thsr Is on sltspls, ( snit sui m)
lht CIW tills tu (it tM ct blsckhsstts.
1' 'that Is to JItol l linn.
To ilo this (! two outirn of sstontts
'powdsr Utyn snr rtius store spilnkls s
llltls on m hot, wat svotus rub ovtr ths
Msckhrids briskly-wsih Ihs rsrti smt
you will bs surnlssil how ths blsckbsada
dlasri'tsrsiS. IH blsckhssits. Utile
llsckhtsils. no mtttsr ntitrs airy srs
rlmrly lisolvs snj i)lrrr, Issvlni th
parts without sny rr.&rU -si.iU..r. nii;'
besjs srs simply a mlituro of dun snl
, dirt nJ srcrslloos from ths bo&j that
form In Ihs ports of ths akin. I'lnchlits
rnitl squfeilnx only csua Irrltsttsn, make
Ursa porta and do not sat thsm nut sflrr
thy bscoms hard. Ths rslontts powdnr
aiij ths wstar almply dlsaotvs ths black
beads so ttiry waah rlsht out. Uavlnx ths
pirva rrcs sna cisan sun in tnsir nsiuraj
condltlos. Anyona trouhlad with thrrs
unalchily blamlahas should rartalnty try
tills simple niatnon. avcrusemant.
h, the National Physical
Board of theYoungWomeris
Mr Ames Turner
Tells How Cuticura
Uciema broke out In little pim
ples on my arms snd hands. It
itenru ana Durnca very
badly csuslng me to
scratch snd trilute the sf
feoed pans, and I lost my
rt st night. My bsnds
hurt when I put tbem In
water, and when I got
warm st my wotk my
ctotblns sggtsvated the birsVtnr. out
on my srms.
"The trouble lsatrd about two
months. I used other remedies with
out success. I begsn using Cuticuts
Soap and Ointment snd after using
two cakes of Cutlcurs Eosp and one
box of Cuticuts Ointment I was
healed." (Signed) Ames P. Turner,
Kt. 1, livensvllle, renn.
Use Cuticuts lor every-dsy toilet
purposes. Bathe with Soip, soothe
with Ointment, dust with Talcum.
Stasia lata rrM fey Itall. AaM'HCatltataLaV,
gmi: Cuticura Soap ahaaaa wlthaul aaus
The Only Metal in This Shoe
Are the Eyelets
Here !s tho most healthful nnd most comfortable
shoo in tho world for children.
FIRST Hecmiso it is built on an orthopedic Inst,
which doctors, health authorities and tho Y. W. C. A.
say is correctly scientific, and permits tho child's foot
to Krow ns they should.
Second Because tho Inside is as smooth ns velvet
no ridges, lumps, wrinkles to enuso discomfort and
THIRD No tacks, nail or staples; no metal; the
shoo is custom lasted.
FOURTH Because this Pied Piper Shoo is flexible
as a glove; molds to tho foot; supports every tender
muscle ; makes every too feel at home.
Next to Its Incomparable comfort, this shoo Is noted for Its long
vtcar. Practically nil chltdivn outgrow them beforo they outwear
Ihcin. Tho prlcca nio rr renMiiutblo nml tlio Shoe grow mora
economical through their longer ecrilco.
iff f3 "fM PIED R
f fceUt M.J& PIPER
Wo have Pied Piper Shoes
in all styles and leathers..
The Baby Bluchcr pattern
illustrated here are sold nt
3. no, in smoke cn1f.or tan
calf, white calf or black
Mothers who ltnvo once chosen Pied Piper Shoes for their children will permit
them to wear no other.
fr-v-v -Til w
&Vhere Quality is Higher than the Price
iWWWi& jfT aatsaa
Featuring a Special
Display of Fall and
' Winter Veils and
' Veiling From
There Is a subtle rharm obout n Van Itaalle Veil that makes the com
plexion fairer, tho eyes brighter and the emlln merrier. The new Van
Haalte Veils In ready-madn models are decidedly attractive. Kvery
model featured hero Is exceedingly smart.
Our recent arrivals In Spanish Shawl Veils, Urldal and Shlek modrs, will
win your Instant admiration. '
Van rtaalto domestic and French Telling by the yard Is here In a wide
range of patterns; all aro Irresistibly beautiful and charming. Priced
from ' '
$1.00 to $2.50 Yard
A special Jot of vejljngs, benutiful assort
ment; choice of 25 patterns. The yard, 49c
Hunt's Annual Autumn
SILK S A.LE
This is an event of tremendous importance an event
that brings to fashionable women the dependable new
silks for fall and winter at verx attractive savings.
This sale is of unusual importance thi3 year. Silk
prices vill advance. No doubt about that. In fact,
prices are advancing now, Over 75 per cent of the silks
in this sale have advanced" since we bought.
Our stocks are unusually complete color .ranges are
surprising and our qualities are exceptionally com
plete. It is an opportunity for women of foresight and
fashion-sight to buy and buy.
5c to 50c
The success of every Halloween party depends
tinon tho kind and duality ot ilc.'riil!on you will
have. This season Hunt's Novelty Hection is tea
mrine i, most n I ni urill iin rv showing, for this oc
caslon, including Bats, Witches, Cats, Pumpkins.
Jack o Lanterns, Ilenllstic Cut-outs, Freaks,
Fancy Shndcs, Streamers, Tally Cards, Favors,
etc., ota, etc.
Pictorial Review Patterns
20 c to 35c Higher
All the newest patterns for fall and winter are
here. Patterns for dresses, emits, blouses, aports
clothes, etc. They are easy to understand with
'Pattern Department Second rioor
Special, Yard, $5.08
Brlcads Matelasao and Molly O Satin
Face Novelty Crepes, 40 inches wide, In
Navy Blue, Mohawk and Cocoa Brown. ,
Special, Ynrd, $3.46
Heavy Weight Satin Canton Crepe, 40
Inches wide. In the accepted fall and
Special, Yard, $2.10
Black Chiffon Taffeta Bilks, 3d Inches
wide. In a soft, beautiful quality and
Special, Yard, $1.09
16 -In, Brocade Bengallne Silks In shades
of French Blue. Pink, Jade, Fumpkln,
Special, Yard, 79c
36-ln. Diana Lingerie Silk, a woven Lace
etrlpe, wash fabrlo In Malso, Pink, Flesh
Special, Yard, $1.48
Sylvanette Silk Tubing, 36-inch, a Knit
ted Silk fabric for vests, etc.; comes in
Pink, Orchid, Flesh and White.
Special, Yard, $1.14.
40-In. Silk and Cotton Canton sCrcpes; a
nice firm quality, In shades of Oolden
Brown, Copen Blur, Jade, llelge, Plati
num Gray, Navy Blue, Carina, Old Hose
Special, Yard, $1.89
88-ln. Novelty Silks.-. In Satin Stripes,
Checks and Broken Plaids. Taffetas and
Sitlns In light and dark colore.
" Tussah Silks
Special, Yard, $1.89
Brocade Tussah Bilks. In Pink.. Malar,
Tan, Copen Blue. Uray, Navy Blue, Old
IJose, Brown and White.
Crepe de Chine
Special, Yard, $1.19.
Hunt's Silk Dept. Second Floor
Special, Yard, '69c
40-tn, Crepe de Chines In full and com
pleto assortment of new fall and winter
shades, also the wanted shades tor lin
All Silk Canton Crepes, 40 Inches wide,
t. Plain and Satin face, the authentic rlftide
of Brlck-dtiHt, Toast, Cocoa Brown, Navy
Blue, Sumao Brown, Belgian Blue, stal
Brdwn and White, ,
Crepe de Chines
40-ln, Crepe de Chines, an extra good
weight and cfopy finish; colors to choose
from are, Rose, Ceral, Nlle,Male, Pink,
Seal Brown. Orchid, Flesh, Belgian Blue,
Oolden Bro.wn, Navy Blue, Quaker Oray,
Tan, Black and White.
Wash Satins, 36 Inches wide; an 'excel
lent quality and finish; shades, Orchid,
Turquoise, Malse, Flesh, Pink and White.
Special, Yard, $2.98
Printed Crepe de Chines In an unueual
array ot small artistic designs In Floral,
Checks and Dots 10 Inches wide,
Special, Yard, $1.36
36-ln. Satin Messalines In splendid color
range ot light and dark shades.
' Embroidered Georgettes
Special, Ynrd, $4.39
Embroidered Georgette Crepes. 40 Inches
wide, in charming combination such an
Seal Brown and Gold, Platinum Oray and
Delf Blue. Navy and Red, Taupe and
Red; Navy Blue and Jade, and Black and
Special, Yard, $1.92
36-ln. Wash Satins, soft, fine.' superior
quality In Pink, Flesh and White: an
elegant fabrlo for lingerie, slips, etc.
36-ln. Fancy Mercerized Linings In as
sorted patterns and colors.
Special, Yard, $1.90
'40-ln., solid color Itadlum Silks, n, most
serviceable material, ehown In Old Rose,
Jade, Champagne, Pink, Orchid, Malse,
Hmerald Green, Flesh, Navy and others.
Special, Yard, $1.79
86-In. plain Satins, In a handsome rich
finish and quality, In light and dark
Arabian and Cord Knit
Special, Yard, $3.47
Arabian and Cord Knit Silks, 36 Inches
wide; a wonderful knitted silk. In tha
approved autumn rhades of Beaver,
Chinese Blue, Seal Brown, Navy Blue,
. Maroon Brown, Marine Blue, also Black
Charmeuse Satins, an elegant, lustrous
silk' fabrlo In street, afterqotm and eve
Special, Yard, $1.48,
36-ln. Fancy Radium Lining Silks In very
pleasing color combinations and new,
Special, Yard, 69e
36-ln. woven Etrlpe Silk Tussah, In tha
pretty shades of pink, Canns, Ton,
Copen Blue, Oray, Old Rose, Navy Blue,
Brown and Black.
40-Inch Novelty Crepes
Novelty Crepes In eolld colors, with
.woven lace stripes and blacl; patterns; ft
hedullful material for Blouses or Dresses,
40 Inches wide.