The Sunday Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 128, Ed. 1, Sunday, February 5, 1922 Page: 34 of 50
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Daylight Saving Plan
? Older Than Methuselah
" Claim of Scientists
BKnitKLKV Cal. Selenro nKnlri
prove thero Is nothing now under
Advocate! ot daylight advanced
IhiJri plon a an lnnnvallnn but
TJhrverslty of California astronomer
' discovered that It ha been
practiced bjr ntock over allien their
Mvantlon by Fop Hylvesler 11. In
Director Vy". VV. Campbell of Link
bserratory mndn ihn nnnounre-
JntBt In hi 'annual tepnrt tu tliB
President nf tlin University of Cali
fornia that It. II. Tucl.or. nn natron-
am ef in the obscrvali 'm mndn
tho tartllntf dlseotery inn dock
run fatter at night ntul slower In tlin
anytime than tin 21 hour rntc
lloconl IMcrldlnii Tnuutl.
"At the tlmo nf preparing Inst
year' report ))r. )t. II. Tucker nn.
tronomer In tho Lick observatory
Jiaa nnnwn that meridian transit nu.
Nervation of star mndo nt nnd near
sunrise nml similar observations
triad nt nml near sunset led to
value of tho clock correction whlah
"wiro Inconsistent with tlin well-da
termlnod nvorngo dally rntn of the
olook" said Dr. Campbell' report.
"Meridian trunsltn wern recorded
008 seconds ot tlmo too pnrly In Ihn
ftunsnt period n couiparrd with
transits ln-f hn sunrise period. Fur-
ther nxtnnatvo study of the subject
bnn led T)r. Tuokor to .--it1iidn that
tlio explanation Ilea In the Interred
lnp and unexpected fnnt th.it the
clock (three 7 ot oxcellont quality
wern used) run mora slowly In the
daytime than at night.
"To tret thin Important liypotheKU
nn oxtonalvo obsnrlng program wna
ntered upon. It embrnco n largo
lUt ot atari whoso position iiro al-
ready known with high precision.
Ranh night' observation oxtond
from about 9 p. tu. to 3 n m. In
order to detormlna on well nn po.
nlblo the hourly rloak rate during
tho night. The observing program
la not yet compute but teh result
thui far reached confirm tho enrllei
hypothetical conclusion that the
clocha run fatter nt night than the
twenty-four-hour ruins observed
hero from the year 1003 tip to tlio
present tlmn would lend ono to uon-
olude. Thl mean concurrently
that the clock run more slowly In
the daytime than the 24-hour rate
would Indicate Thla conclusion Is
ot algnlflcance to nil who nro con-
cern cd with the accurate determi-
nation of itnr position by funda-
mental meridian method.
"Dr. Tuckor'a observation of lar
position and clock correction made
prior to 1005 rocordud In thren vol-
ume ot publication ot tho Lick ob-
servatory will be utilized In furthor
extension ot thl Investigation.
Tempo ruturo Not Cause.
"Tho ultlmato cnusu ot the ho
nomonon I obscure Tho three
clock nro apparently not mhjoct
to a diurnal range ot temperature
largo enough to account for more
than 5 per cent of tho observed
anomalies. Tho very extonntvo me-
ridian observation made hero In
tho past 28 year on tho differen-
tial system nro essentially freo from
deleterious effoct from thl uiifore.
1 re en source ns they dopend upon
j. olook correction obtained at or near
; . tho mid-period of each night' pro-
i irram. The maximum error Intro-
duced In thn observed right nscen-
lon ot the Htarn on thla account
. would never exceed 0.01 nacond.
"In thn observations by' funda-
! rr.ontat method whoro dopendenco
t ia placed upon thn constancy nt the
clock rata through tho 34 hour of
thn day moro or lea theso error
yrould reach their maximum vnlue
i of between 0.03 nnd 0.03 second at
bout nix hour from tho mean
epoch of thn observations utilized
tor determining tho clock eorroc-
' tlons that I usually near sunrise
or cunsot. Thl appear to ho the
t explanation ot tho unrl8o-unsnt
discrepancies mentioned at tho bo-
ginning of thla account
"Thl clock-rato variation within
tho 24 hour ha been overlooked
by many generation of obscrvora
apparently bernusa of It mall
alio and ot the error existing In
the catalogued right nnreneton of
tho brighter star. Systematic er-
ror from thl source can tin nllml.
nated by extending tho fundamental
epservauona tnrougn a run year
and by adjusting the 'closing error'
for tho year to vnluo tero"
CONTEST IN MILK DRINKING
' Bcoro point on Highest Avcraj-o
iwra or muk (xiiiaumpiiou
i 8TIIlWATEH Feb. 4. Tho old-
fashioned pie eating contests that
used to supply amusement nt coun
ty lair country picnic and Fourth
or July celebration ulll be left at
tho nlake In comparison with a milk
drinking race to bo ntnged In Osage
county In February and early In
March. -It' to bo n ort of mnra-
' thon. thl quaffing derby for It's to
oontinun tnrougn n period of six-
weoka. Several hundred children In
tho public schools will b entrant.
f Mr. Olnerva Ixihninn homo
uemonsiration ngent for Osage coun-
ty. In a report Just received by tho
extension department or tlio Okla-
homa A. A M. college stated that
be had arranged for an Inter-
chnlastlo contest In milk drinking
n a mean ot arousing Interest In
tho movement. 1'olnts will be
Kcored on tho highest nveraga In
quantity ot milk drunk by pupil
the regularity ot drinking nnd gutns
In weight resulting from tho use of
a milk diet.
Squeeze tho Juleo of two lemon;
Into a bottla containing three ounces
ot Orchard White which any drug
tor will supply ior a few rotiu
ahake well and you have a quarter-
fdnt of harmless and delightful
emon-bleach lotion to soften and
whlton red rough or chapped hands.
This home-made lemon lotion Is far
superior to glycerin and roso watoi
to amoothen tho skin. Famous stags
beauties us It to bleach and bring
that soft clear roy-whlto complex
Ion. becauw It doesn't Irritate.- Ad-
Elizabeth Ann Looks
flprlug enehsntment will Infest
Mis Jackson' llxcluslvo HhOn In thn
Hlnelalr building starting tomorrow
ror already creation direct from
their originator selected by Miss
Jackson who hn Just returned from
new rorK is arriving in intoresiuiK
number. Judging from tho few I
wn porinltteil to see It In easy to
Itunglno thnt wo nro nbout to enter
tho most fascinating season wo have
Known in several year.
t)no iiiiiltoritr says tlio imti-
Irlniiiicd liandkcrohlot will lxi thn
smnrt touch to lino's cost u mo this
vogun say "Hpring begin in tne
south and comes north with thn
birds)" but I find that Mis I.o-
hlsh' Hinart Vogue Hhop In thn Now
Wright building; know what I
smart In clothe before they go
south to mako spring and slnco thn
return or mis iwiikii irom now
York advance model in suit
frock hat and sports apparel aro
arriving in number to plenao the
woman who enjoy being a wen uu
ahead of thn fashion yet want tu
feel the assuranco of tlio autnori-
tnttvencs ot her clothes.
Women an) wlndltia their neck-
rhnln around .their wrist thena
At tho Hellbron Jewelry Htoro nt
Seccnd and Main 1 .wandered back
to tho manufacturing department to
meet their new designer Just hero
from New York whoro ho haa been
associated with the host ot houses.
ind now Tulsa nnd surrounding
country need not send their Jewels
to eastern simps to no maue into
smart nnd modern pieces for thl
artist specializes In platinum mount
ing and will givo mo same arusuc
service nvallable In Now York at
much moro moderate prces.
jjreczing into van-
jy nlo Hoed' Co rant
ftnnp on inn jiituzu-
nlnn floor nt C. II.
Wright 41 Houth
Main yrstordny they
told mo Mis Heed
had been called to
nifllinM. Illtu .. - -
1 slst Mnddmo Hosa
Ulmnn In conducting tho Madame
Oracn and Oracefnl Htout flchool ot
Corsotry. Madame Ulmnn la.onn of
America' greatest corset designer
nnd I ra nur Mis ueed will return
homo with a world ot corset now
for the coming season.
Hero' a real temptation smart
1HI JM S
crepo In tho daintiest ot color many hand-embroidered other hand-
smocked all trimmed In soma entrancing manner to pleaso tho tiny miss
ot four and every yeur thereafter up to fifteen. They arn tho typo ot
dresses you expect to find nt the Mary Jane's Children's shop 15 Knet
f imi anu tor tin coming weeK tney
ineir original price. Any ono or tneso
to tno spring ami summer wardrobe.
A lovely dinner gown of palo or-
elild eliltfon vtaa worn with until)
allppcrH and ntocJklugH to match and
had no trimming except fhn laffetit
ivopplen In n aelf-tono which worn
rcxiuoiicd across tho back nt a low-
Tlio white flannel suit for rcnort
wear It wiuirter with a brilliantly
When thinking ot
the Indtnn Novelty Co.
01 fiouth Main It I
so natural to say
"thing different" for
the prize gift or sou-
venir. This Is the
groatest n h o p of It
kind In this part ot tho
country reautrlntr a
visit to appreclato tholr collection ot
Indian blankets rugs baskets pot-
teries and other novelties.
Very VYeuich ludccil 1 n circular
eplilcr writ veil radUtlmr from it
renter where tho mcli I more rloxc-
ly woven than nt tho edge. All
nrouud tho rdgo la a heuty silk
frlngu iimro than four IiicIich In
At heart every woman yearns to
be alluring and well alio knows that
to reach thla gout means a wardrobe
of smart frocks ault sports apparel
nml becoming lint such us sho I
nssured when shopping nt Heruld's
31 West Third Next week you will
find many now arrivals nt this clever
shop. Just In from thn personal se-
lection tit Mis llerold who Is now
In New York. Kspeclally at
tractive to mo are tlio hats that
seem to havo been designed to
brighten tho wintry garments we
aro apt to cling to ijurlng the month
!ay ncarf nrotvoin even with fur
coat nnd scarf hat hato replaced
tutu to a largo extent.
Mr. Oeorgo Horltbk of New York
rlty who hu tu) merited reputation
for his charming and rnqutsltp made-at-homo
portraits will b with the
Welzull nnllnrlcw for n afinrt tthip
wool slocking nro getting more
pronounced In both dealgu and color.
n o u n oo m ents.
card tor social
or bualnem pur-
poses should be
jroerca from sucn
a. ta tiA.il.
v v i nit ciiiiivi
Sprlngtlme hospltnllty nnd ten
s' 11 tt tiiai I
aro )iioii)iuous with lotcly satauma
tea ecrtlee from I ho Orleni.
New Star to Replace Geraldine
NI5IV YOHK A new grand opera
star rinrzllriff In her brilliancy today
holds first placn in tho firmament at
thn Metropolitan grand opera house.
It would perhaps be unfair tu say
thn old eliir-vnnc.
Hut Onrnldlnn Fnrrnr who for 15
years hns dominated thn soprano
Valontne never wnro a lovely
a they arn thl yinr and It I a
charming custom tu member thoso
wo earn for with valentine. You
will find Just tho one you want for
overyono on your list at 23 West
Third street Motion' Shop
Of n rcfrcelilntf iicwiimia nm Uio
line nf tho middle aliown for spring
It you attended thn automoblto
show and of course you did
then you saw tho IxFayottn
exhibit nnd you paused to ndmlrn
tho LnFayotto Coupe belonging to
Mr. Alt tl Heggem which for
lienuty and service In In n clan by
Itself. (Handing thero admiring thri
exceptional car for women I heard
a man myi "I know thl car my
wlfo drive one Its case of control
unusual comfort and spirited pick-
up were thn point that sold thn
LnFayetto to mo for n family car"
And I noticed many admiring eye
and thoughtful ear turned In the di-
rection of thl conversation.
HIIiImiii I ngnln Into uso for ihc
lining .trim on n wldo slwvo which
for wlulrr fiicori-d narrow while
mniikcy fringed nml n tight under-
ouff for warmth.
Chapeaux seem to
bo tho article of wear-
ing apparel that com-
m n n d a the first
thought of planning
a wardrobe. Ahead
fffl t III of tno seuson that
you may no nrst in
stead of last the Mann
Mat Hhop in the Hlnclalr building I
showing advance models In smart
hat for early wear.
An Interesting fail vtlilch tin come
Into being with tho Introduction ot
very wide alcove. In tho wearing of
lirnccicta or lint ikvm hnmi to Hold
homo of tlio width lit nt the wrist.
If you aro a bit out'of tho ordi-
nary in figure yet desirous of hav-
ing thn straight Hun demanded by
thn spring mode phone May Itoth-
hammer corset specialist 623 Houth
tlllletto for appointment.
A friend Jmt hack from New York
say shn saw inuny goloshn warn on
I If 111 Avcmio Milne In n thick roll
around tho nnMen otliern wero flap
ping open niul aho ali ndded thnt
they rre worn with nil mnuticr of
clothe nnd nlocJilnga oven elUffon
distinctive party frock of silk and
arn to be specially marked ono-half
frock will mako n lovely addition
An u nia I color note will bo tho
first luodo of "prlni: cxpiYMdnii.
Itlnck liiiM.lu'ld nwny until everyone
feel Hut It eternal appeal must
surely be worn out nml It look n
though women generally m) rendy
to weleoma it colorful neason.
For all foot Ills visit Dr. Stella
Hollo with thn Wnlk-Over Hoot
Shop south Main.
Spring Jacket nro for tlw most
luirt wrlt length or shorter nnd nre
jouthfiil In tho extreme) mini with
aklrt which lutto n circular-mate-incut.
The very nmartest of
would looso It charm without the
accompaniment of exquisite hosiery
nnd when they showed .mo chiffon
and silk thread hose In such ailor-
nolo similes as casto nude fawn
ooze brown buck and Delaware
peach at tho Walk-Over Hoot Shop
413 South Main it Just seemed that
It was all told In one ntory "Ex-
qulslto hosiery to pleaso tho most
instidlous at very reasonable prices."
It I iinxllctcd br some. dehrncr
Hint tho amall rtgured cretonne and
chintz will bo Keen In simple one.
pletn frock thl summer.
Popular apd pro
gremlvn aro two
word I like to assn-
clatnwlth the Plants-
A brains Bilk Bhop
40 South Main. And
when they told me
they Intended to In -
elude materials for
summer frocks fori
tho convenlenco ot
tnelr. patrons i waa more man ue-
iiiununi)- a ine.iigniru to iieraiti tne news. nfMqe
' .t .. . .1
Kiiitiiiti. u Hiiiiiiirn kin iat .1 hiiui
les In nverv fashlonabln color and
design will be shown at the same
moderate prices thut prevail through-1
out thl amart silk shop.
TULSA DAILY WORLD
role at thn most famous opera
house on tho American continent 1
going on concert tour.
Her five-year contract has expired
nnd shn ha refused to accept n
six wrek'n contract for next season.
Msdnmo Marl Jerltita who ar-
rived snven week ago from Vienna
Late winter in made for only
one thing: That ia to get us
all ready for the first visit ot
sS Spring. And the while Nature
Is working and training the buds
and blossoms In manners so that
Jthcg will know just what to do
and what color to wear when
they come out so are the de-
signers and creators sending lo
our shops their cleverest Inspira-
tions in frocks jewels wraps
sports apparel hats and fool-
wear and new Ideas for the
"Hear to thn heart" at least a
woman' heart Is the nam
Hemorest Shop which stand for alt
that Is feminine beautiful nnd fas-
cinating Ono mut drop In for a
chat about thn now.rtylos saunter
back to thn French oiim and bo
nhown tho new frocks wraps nulls
..nn iurin nppnrei nerore they can
realize how tremendously wonderful
tho comlug spring fashion are to bo.
Tho lady wishing to ho well U rented
nhoM ea.ly for her nllk Bwcatcm to
obtain tlui newer alutdnt nf Invmulnr
grny or pink
womo exciting now for mother:
I have Just received a letter from
Mr. Illnuche Itamsey of Knnnn
City saying that iho.wlll be at her
Iilllancho Children's Bhpp 9 Kast
Sixth tomorrow Monday-wlth 200
now handmade spring dresser di-
rect from her own workrooms for
children of all ago and she also
mentions n ono-thlrd off reduction
for till particular time. Drop
Mr. lloswell of tho A. Y. lloswell Jewelry company announce Jho removal of this well known store
from 123 Houth Main to their wonderful now location 307-0 South Main formerly known as The Diamond
Hhop. And ho extend an Invitation to you and your friend to attend their opening on Monday February 6.
It ha alway been the Intention and desire of theso progressiva JewcJer to serve their patron In a suporlor
Way to own and operate one of the flnent stores In the southwest and this plan ha been achieved In the
moving to thl particular location which pormlt of a display and equipment of facilities to render In n
high class manner the service that have made for A. Y. lloswell Company the reputation 'of relia-
bility and fair dealing. Mr Ilonwell Impressed upon rnn hi deslrn that thn public In general wfculd feel
freo at all times to drop Into his store to see and talk about new thing without feeling urgciKto buy.
At n certain dinner party given nt
I ho Country club one smartly dresxed
woman choao ltffjptlnn red In a flno
gconcetto for her guwn. Cascade
that dropped tt point lielow tho
skirt were of a delicate laoo la nn
Advoncn spring model nro arriv-
ing dally at tho lAWheat Shop over
tho I'alace Theater airl. thl dis-
play of frock nro Inspirations from
popular designer and while thev
are very moderate In price they nro
exclusive In design exiiullte In ma-
terial and will be shown to you with
thn Idea of gaining you as a plcaavd
patron Instead of merely selling a
dress for 115 18.7 5 and 325.
Altlmtigh It In ordained thnt num.
key fur will remain In Jho trimming
for nprlng tho cuff of a winter suit
trimmed with It would look equally
Now te)l me
what would be
nweeter or moro ap-
propriate for her
valentine than flow-
ors especially Is this
trUo for friends who
are shut In by Ill-
ness. I know of no
moro lovoly way to
show your klndlr
thoughts than to send a nice selec-
tion ot fresh cut flowers a potted
plant or fernery from Clurk's Flower
Shop SU Kast Thirteenth rhone
orders receive special nnd careful
Tlio.twced milt In town or country
gatn nn ndded chic for n gltmpno ot
a smnrt stripe.
Vlsttlnr Mrs. Orr'n Homo Gift
Shop 600 South Ilouldnr yosterdny
I noticed many Tulsa ladles taking
advantage of thn reduced prices that
pravi.ll throughout thl clever shop
by purchasing many unusual pieces
1'abrlCM iH-nnltlliiK of colorful ef-
fect) ciiiiAtitute tho majority of thn
early seuwui IihIn with Btrnw used
only ns n trimming on tho fabric.
One ot tho
m y weekly
towp" Is my
visit to the
I. B Nevln'i
11 o in e Shop
i:uid fine old
paintings on the northeast corner ot
Twenty-first and I'eorlu. While In
I (tin ... ii r. r .if llna ir n n 1 1 1 n mi.l
: in... h..i.i. v..i'
to the old days when what teems to
u quaint styles were the outcome ot
real craftsmanship that considered
not the tlmo consumed but the real
worth ot the furniture when com-
pleted I wish every reader could
see these real antiques and fine old
pictures many of which are hun-
dreds of years old.
Tlio Increased number of pocketa
in women' t-louiom It ts ealil. Is re-
loiilblo for the ernio for tho
A becoming hair
dress finely arched
eyebrow and nor-
manently dark ened
lashes roV Important
touches that add
! deflnlto charm and
aro available at the
Now York Hair Shop
'and Beauty Parlors over Henberca.
i l'tclunlvo furriers tell mo tlwt tho
fox M-arf. which U to ni lm it
own ngaln lid Kprtng U to bo fra-
lutvil In llgtit shadim.
t;giy wart and moid and auper-'
1 nn nvlt lmo u. 1... rH rn
t . 1 a . I. ' .
1 uuui iinir nrn m nu annrn iiinr n Afi
ctlntoekA mrt Urirnir..u -.a
can remove any or all of them
l'hon her for appointment.
SUNDAY FEBRUARY 6
I singing "Tonra" 'and "Madame
Iliitterfly" the role hereloforn ex-
clusively aung by (leraldlno I'nrrar.
Kong In Fnrrnr Hole
Madame Jcrltxa refused? to come
to America unless sha could sing
"Tosca" In her fflrst appearance. Ne-
gotiation lagged Mis Knrrar's pro-
pensities wern known. At last of-
ficial of the grand opera opera
company hern decided to bring the
Vienna blonde who In real lite I
Ilarnnes I'opper to New York Her
Tho woman of forethought la al-
ready planning tho spring change
In the home; and from tho activities
I'vo noticed In tho designing de-
partment and workroom of the
Darwin Studio of Interior Decora-
tion and Furnishings 810s Houth
lloston I'd nay many appreciate tho
counsel and ndvlco ot these artist
who havo had deflnlto experience In
their particular lino.
S'lw CTcpe. taffetas imlrct nnd
twill cloth show it curelcnsncs of
line or extreme modern) Ion while
cmbrodrrlnirs In coom nnd Jet head-
lines luivo mint certainly tnken to
Amazement nnd surprise were my
thrill when told that your fur and
Jewelry could be Insured against any
and all Iojs. Think of It this par-
ticular policy protect you In case ot
holdup fire burglary) mysterious
disappearance; evnn tho losing ot
nets from their mountings In tact
against everything except wear tear
moth and natural detorlorjitlon. And
It la tho Hose & Rose Insurance Co.
404 Mayo building who write this
desirable policy l'hono them for
Thero will be no. doubt In your
mind about approaching spring and
what la new In footwear when you
visit Akln'a Ilooterle. 418 South Main.
thla coming week for they aro receiv
ing almost dally Rome now model ror
either street or dross w?ar. For
Instance yesterday I found them
showing for tho first time "Dapper"
a black satin sandal with the now
modified Vump. throat strap pattern
carrying an entirely new heel and
many other new model will greet
you when you visit this smart shop
of flno footwear and fashionable
Floor cushion ot black Rlto n
touch of character to any 'room.
Illark williKniul black anil gold lire
endo nm combined with aold baud
to mako nn nttrnctlto nor v livable
nnd It certainly
I an easy season
to eptertaln In.
Of course you'll
find Ideas and
helps of tho most
at 13 west Tniru
Tlu. l.iti ...Ihtlltm I -i M.nnrnllw .
J ectel tohold otcr another senson
anil Minio iiiiiik 1 1 vat tnc vanauou
of tho bur sleeve luito not yet made
thejr opieuruiK nnd It 1 therefore
likely to contluuo a a thcino for
Just n reminder that Varinle Reed
la showing a wonderful line ot smart
hose In every fashionable .color in
her Corset Shop on the mezzanine
floor at C II. Wright's.
If you are
in qrjy doubt
i iVfJJKff T6&ZS. about the con-
MXMJ dltlon of your
I . v
-"aaaw -ob- tva iia n.
rectnes of your-glasses drop Into
thn Hellbron Jewelry Store and con-
sult Dr. I. Angstrelch who ha bad
many year of experience.
first appearance' wa a notable suc-
cess fihe could act a well a Ring
naturally beautifully nujterbly.
Mis Fnrrar das decided to go on
concert tour Hho I told by her
manager that ho wilt take In $200-
000. In ono year far more than she
could hopo to earn In grand opern
JJls Farrar ha sung In 60 per-
formance each Reason for 16 year.
Madame Jcrltxa ha been abjrned up
home with the warning that My-
lady fnust not forget beauty cul-
ture and special care of her hair'
that she may look her prettiest
when "Mist Spring" arrives in
all her youthful glory. It's a
busy tlnc I know so I'm "slip-
ping around" keeping an eye on
the "just ins" in other words
keeping a sensitive finger on the
pulse of Fashion that this story
of Tulsa Shops and what they
arc showing may be of help and
Interest to each one of you.
If-you nluck them from their own
sun-warmed sky-blue celllnged
homo then you surely owo It to them
n well an to yourself to find an
artlstla Retting for their presonco In
your homo. They expect that of
their hostens. If you disappoint
them In this they'll become pensive
and soon droop under the weight of
a broken spirit. I have In mind how
happy you can mako their visit by
enlisting the .'aid of The Oriental
Vino Art snop al luu oum main
They havo auch appealing vase and
bowl tor flower.
One noes moro colored umbrella
these day than Muck one aim pur
ple (teem tno invoruo color.
Fashions n they appear at the
Huzanno Shop S01 South Main tho
corner room of tho Sinclair tiuiming
are expressing a note of Individu-
ality that Is entirely refreshing. Be
sides showing tho smartest mode
aval la tilo in frocks wraps anil spona
apparel you will find their millinery
department alive witn new creations
from tho most popular designers.
Ixint; evening Ojcwcs nre becom-
ing moro and mora notlceablo n the
Just tho chnnco you've been wait-
ing tor J. Hyman ladles' tailor to
fashionable women. 51014 South
Main ha received hi samples and
material In" the new tweed and Is
making smart tallleiircs at tho very
samo price he charged when he
first enmo to Tulsa. - Quito an In-
ducement I'd say when one consid-
er tho authenticity ot his styles and
correctness of his workmanship.
Although Jet hoop and long car-
rings nro tho miwt popular form n
fail I Mnrtlng for crystal earrings
Thn spring world of fashion Is re-
flected In tho lovely hat now show-
ing at the Louver Millinery 12 West
Fifth where you will find a hat for
every personality n smart chapeau
within tho reach ot every purse.
For spring tho debutante fnvom n
dark taffrtn frock enlivened only hy
a Klrnnj; of real Jade umber or Pe-
Ueautlful hair Is tho keynalo of
many a charming presence and
what a dlsappoltmentA when milady
noes for the first time that her hair
Is dull faded and perhaps turning
gray. Thankn to scjonco. It need not
worry you ono bit. for by tho artful
application of Inecto by Mr. Leech-
man your hntr will be returned to It
natural color within two hours'
time rhone her Hair nnd Ileauty
Shop for appotntmcnt.
Ono might know that only tho
French could conceive such subtle
chnrm n lira In u long tassel sus-
pended from the wrixt to he tho
ilddlng phtoo of MIIady fan.
. Some folk cat
I-! to live but vou
will find life
worth Jiving Just
for tho privilege
of eating the ta-
ble de hoto din-
ners that are be-
lnc served atour
popular Tea Cup Inn 111 West
Fourth (Its new location). Imagine
one ot these four-course dinners ot
delicious food delightfully served
tor 31.00 and 11.23. Oreat Isn't It 7
A number of the new" ct cuing
crowns are quite high In tlio neck
but open to the waistline down the
center back ctosli!jr a metal cloth
Lasting beauty Is more than skin
deep nnd depends largely upon the
general physical condition the cir-
culation must bo normal muscles
firm and healthy nerves under con-
trol and In this busy world of so-
cial nnd business affair one needs!
the Invigorating help of tho new
Electro-Hydro Therapy treatment
given at 14 East Fifth to retain
youth and preserve beauty. La.dy
assistant In attendance. Phone or-
drop In for details
Short diet cat coat have become
very numerous; for that matter
many elioit fur cunt aro worn Jut-t
As the season paanc toward spring
tlio tau and browns Increase In
favor for street coetumc.
ui course sne
will be happy
when she receive
1 that lovely box of
v nananindn chnrn.
late from Candyland for her valen-
tine. They havo xome very appro-
priate boxes and will fill them with
time price. So let's say candy for
choice freshly mb.de candle at old-
valentine thl year.
Tlio laon frock ts still smart and Is
seen In colomV lnco aa well a black.
There ncrmij to -bo no end of nov-
elties In Imt trimmings this season.
I'to noticed embroideries bend mo-
tlfs or gold and silver and a little fur
ou tho amnrtcM of spring- hat.
for four Reasons at (SO performances
I'nrrar Itccllmu Contract.
Mis Farrur turned down flatly
tho contract offered for a half-season
"In offering the a'hort-term con-
tract 'o Miss Farrar" Oattl-Cna-azza
the general manager ot the
Metropolitan sold "I wa simply
following a procedure which Is a
matter of policy with mo to give a
much variety h possible In a soa-
and She Says
Tho Exclusive I'atho Shop S22
South Main. I a delightful placo In-
deed with a pleasing nolo of Infor-
mality that seems to make one glad
they droppod In to listen to their
favorite muslo reproduced o natur-
ally on tho Actuelle. Visit them thl
wcok let them play somo qf tho now
one for you and tell lyntl about n
plan to placo ono fit these excep-
tionally fine phonographs In your
What could bo nmartcr than the
flaper with her bright tweed eplt
nml rolled felt hat?
At tho Wetzcll Galleries 60S South llos-
ton I found them making a 2S per cent re-
duction on overy framed reproduction In
the naileries reproof etching landscape
marines plaques. Many of theso frame
are hand carved making a collection worth
while and a price reduction rarely ottered.
If your wester ! n tlltv.n-r
niouri yoiru mm most liocomlni; tne
natural silk collar nnd cuff .net.
Mis Lnlr's millinery dcnnrtmeit
at The Demorcst. I rocclvlnir tho
most wonueriui spring creation ever
shown In this department. Kvorv
not I a pattern personally selected
ny auss Lair who lias Juet returned
from New York. I hopo .you drop
In thin week for thl display Is quite
unusual I assure you.
l'om nlwiervntlnn 1M snv tlmr la
n beckoning gnnien nbout it'sash
wnieii cnuenr it to the licnrt of the
ers wilt appreciate
knowing that the
Tiny Tot'o Toggery
Shop 203 South
Main nro giving
spcclnl attention to
layettes Infants' and
babies comforts and
From Hrer one hear prediction
nf short Milclot Milt mudo of wool
crcjHj or iMipeiino in gray and liclgc.
No they'ro not playing "follow
tho leader." They are playing
"wlao" that continual stream of
women lunching on tho mezzanine
floor at tho ItexYill 411 South Main.
They know where to find good
tamales homemade nles and south
ern baked ham and everything that'
bi'vu . i vai.
"Do let us see your newest arrivals
In footwear" Phyllis urged In her
breezy fashion when With her friend
she dropped Into tho Dowen Heed.
Stewart Co. Snop ot Hmart Foot-
wear. 607 Sooth Main yesterday. I
watched tho salesman bring out the
new models of Laird Schober hoe
and my word thev worn bentitl'itl
and ifulte like spring and at thul
moment I knew r had an Interualldg
story for you. Drop around thlsi
week and ask to sen the models they i
sold Phyllis; for they are smart. !
Worth model command niH-clal
niieuiion nun it i particularly in-
teresting to note l lint thl house is
featuring black and shades of brown
also the new tdiadcs ot gray nml.
hrlgu for spring tnllleur.
For a val
entine that's &SXtt!aKVt
sweet and rfgjjlW" w LfSi
For a valen-
tine to her
Why not de.
clde upon a
box ot Old
Made In the Old Stllo way packed in
boxes that aro "dandle."
Their price's too have returned to
tho "Old Btllo" day.
In fact. It I a Candy shop ot Old
You'll find one at 1$ Eat Fifth tho
other'at Tenth anjl Main
Either one "will .please you' 'cause
they arj Identically he same.
Willi Ihc" spring suit the fur scarf
become nu Important complement.
Many women consider tho tailored
or sport milt with fur neck piece
tlio Mtutrtrot costume and nothing
Is more trim or Jauntier than UU
on In nrtlst ns well ns In rer-rlm.
I hopo that Alls Fnrrar will return
to the Metropolitan for tho ILZn
of 1933-1024." oa
Madame Jcrltza ha grown up a
a family of lnger. Bhe Is the wit.
of Haron I'opper who Is a son of
Hlancho Marches! a world-renowned
singer nnd a grandson of Mathllds
Marchcsl tho famous Paris teacher
who numbered Melba and irany
other famou ginger among her pu.
"Don't put otf for tomorrow what
should bo done today" for tomur-
row may bo too late. Many things
might happen to your valuable
paper your Jewelry or silverware
not In dally use It left In the house.
Then why tako thlB chnnco when for
so modest a um you may avail
yourself of a Rafo deposit box at the
First 'National bank havo easy a'
ccs to It each day nnd relievo your
mind ot all worry ns to their B.ttetyT
I'd ay a service not to bo over-
looked. "Pongee linndkcrvlilcr nro to bo
tlio spring fnd" suys n letter I've
Just rccched from New York.
The hcIcvo n well an tho ftklrl
sometimes show the circular detail
nnd some of tho plain crepes ehow
little notclty long-slmiicU ciibochon
on nidi! panels In little dashes or var-
At the Sa-Vole. 8 EaBt Fifth In
tho Sinclair building ono nee frocks
wraps sports apparel with charm-
ing hat to harmonize and every
Imaginable accessory that Dame
Fashion haa decreed correct for
spring. Pearl Savolc ownei1 of this
smart shop Is a enthusiastic a her
patrons over tho new styling and
never seem to tire of showing them
which Is ono of tho secrets ot the
unusual popularity of thl shop.
Pto hccu ko many tiny comb in
bright colored stone worn In the
coiffure of late.
kitten singing I
birds gold fish that
are different mo-
rn o n k e y a
well If It
Ib a pet you
will find It at It
best ut Yo Olde Pet
Shoppe 12 East
Sixth. And for the
pot you now have
they carry tho best
foods the- latest ac-
cessories fdr their
Comfort and medi-
cine for nverv din.
ease u necessary they will tako
your pet for special treatment or to
board during your absence all at a
moderate cost a wonderful service.
Don t forget to patronize It.
New sport attire In tropica lined
coloring nre dotrlopcd In notel
Hllks crepes nnd crc ic-knlt a bit
t.rccian lu line tvhllu tho three-
piece fctyles In cntic effect nro tell-
tulo notes of "knighthood" tiinltiw.
The newer table runners como In
pairs mudo up of Japanese brocade
combined with satin or velvet and
are used on opposite ends of u long
table allow liuj tho table to bIiow be-
tween tho runners
Tho window display of tho Itlvkln
Studio Fourth and Uouldcr at-
tract many Toplnwho mako It a
polQt to walk around there each
week to eo the now one for Hlvkln
photograph aro real portrait with
an individuality ancf beauty that
mane mem true artlmlo production?
February ia tho month
to have your hair per-
manently waved' by the
expert at tho Now York
Shop and HeAuty Parlor
Tliev u m rairrlmr. rirll
easy month 1
the Cot field
er solve your
lems. Sold on
at F. It. Desh-
on & Co.. S03
Wnn furs and "snuggy" coat
nro no" mora HUggostlvo ot spring
than tho snow nnd utornts nnd wind
thcmsclvctit but Uicy nro suggcstlte
of stiopplug trip and once In the
shops no nmount ot cold fur and
wool hone can lonjter obscure the
coming of tprlng.
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