The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 162, Ed. 1, Saturday, March 11, 1922 Page: 6 of 20
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TULSA DAILY WORLD SATURDAY MARCH 11 1922
J MUSIC I
I LILIAN C PERKINS
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THE NEW GENERATION
II; .Is hp I'lirlps
.r MIm Mildred Cornlnir S13 Soulh
Mr. mhI Mm. O. I'raritlM are to
hn as thnlr visitors Mr. mill Mrs
William I'rontlss lit lluffnlo N. Y.
who arrive today.
Open inciting Ilyechkn. club In
Northrtde W '. T. I. presents
Mmmk Hanml. I'ruiKlo arm uynen
berg In ml ml. high eihool Audi
Mr. and Mr 3 P. Contey hoertn
to O. W. livening fliidtja Bltih.
Alls ('llli'llr loSllW.
A HBMouii. eU ih vlounly. Mlas
IJIIInn (lllkllu will appear on Ilia
program at lit llytrhkit club Nt Ha
bfVII niWIIIIK CHIUIIlMjr ItliVI lli't'll I
i tin llbrsi.v. In r Kmup of numb
m nu (fi) "iinj mar wiokhi; in;
The Ctyinx Waters" (CumpbHI-
'IHMlm.l. . .-r ..." Mtiliul IT 1 :
(ill "J'lil l'lur n vn" (tleoryen
Jlir9);MCI I'lll in me imrm
(IteiuM). Ml Olllelte Will Minn
ulng nen In Humlsy morning nt the
liosioil Avon"" .Minini oilmen
IL 1. - - l.i. Il.l. L.AI..L.I
nvr limn imi . I'lTinn i -u-- hit- .
cOiiiitiiid) heinc the offertory on tills
Ktt'lllllg: lltlilgt) 1111 1 1.
Mr. II I. 1'rlcn In ontei tattling
ii oomiiiiiy Nt hrldK In )i"r home
fintimlny rv iilnw honoring hr
biothvr Mr. Frank Hhrevk.
1 "ir Mr. Wi-ntcr.
Meedamce PeVerno Vensel nnd
Arthur M. Weaver am eompllment-
I nit their relative Mm. Hilwuid
Wtjntrr of Winnipeg. rHiinilii with
n inntlnro parly mill luncheon ir.it u i -tliiy.
Itrtic-fll I'uriy Auniiiintrii.
Members of I Idly Kiitnlly Altar no-
'lly will kIvu ii benefit card party
nt tho Klks I'ltili Mitri'li 17 tli hot-
itnecs Id ho MoedflimMi K. 1). t'mltll I'.
A. Ilnrilmiin Itny Hhorl una 1 J.
Mm. M. r. Crn.w S2I North Clmy-
nine will entertain mrmbein of tho
f. A. Hi ldcr cluh on Hnturdny.
To Sing Offertory.
MUfi l.llllun tllllette will elngthe
offertory at tho Wunday morning
KTvlcen nt lloiilon Avenun Methodist
church Iir selection being "a 1)1-
vine Jtedvomer ' (Uouuod).
Tim Council of jowlsh Women will
sponsor the 1'iirlm hall t(i lin Klvcii
TueiUay night in thn ICIkn chil
The Jlyulo club will lwM lln rnsiu
tar monthly huilnrnH mentliiR BiUnr-
liny evrnlnc March 11 nt thn hniitn
MUM Ity Walker In rpnnillnB a. fw
rtfi- lth her litfr .Mm. J W.
Clrotiml and Mr Urournl in Jeplln.
Mr. nl 'Mrn. Ollflon II. Walker
r in ('liiclnnall Ohio whern they
will mlile In the fulurt.
Mm. Nnble Thnmpnon lian
retiirnfit ftotn nn extended vlalt to
I'oltitt In Florhln.
Mr ami Mm. I. 1J. LVhlll l"rt Ihla
wtk fur n lO-dayn' vlflt t New
Mm. liny lllylho nf Molirrly Mo
nrrlvca lo'lny lo vlalt her nlater. lira.
I. II. llnlilwln Hinl In nl her Mr. II.
Miller llHinmeit Htnl Mi5. Ilammrlt.
The Youtifj Ladu
AcroHH I he Way
Tho yniinir huly neroni tho way
rny nho unw In the paper thai nninu
clontlat Iiiin (llHciivmcil that It tnkm
tour (lrapnwur to run a wntch anil
It immt hiivo taken n cooil ileal ot
patlenrn to trnlil them.
CIIAI'TKII Cll. i
.Mnliiiliii Is Int roil iiri'il in llohcinl.i.
"Now Malrolm where tliell we
fiyi" It was Hiimlny nlclit ami
Mnlt.iltn liml rnlleil at the ntuillo
to take Juan to illntiir. He wan
lo leave for f-nmbrlila: nn the mid.
nlptlit train hut up lo that time ho
waa ready for nnythlna; ao long aa
he roulil he with Joan.
"lo you know (Irfienwloh village
at all?" aim nuked.
".No I've heard It 1) a wild and
wooly plate though."
"Thlima are horribly exaggerated.
I'eople expect to he horribly allocked
down here arid when they aen how
very inllit It all la they aro dlaap-
pointed." Joan rather enjoyed "vlelllnic rea-
taurante In the villain nlthotith to
he honent ehe aeldom ale very mueii.
Klther tiefoiM ehe went or upon h' r
return aha rorNRed In her tiny Ire
not where aim alHaya had aomr
(hi I lily ft wholesome illnli. Hut abc
liked lo wnlch the people nt the
mete lunula thn diffeinut typea who
rrmd them their ri'iid"vouti. Bin-
luted to llateri on their talk of
"roainln lhuitlnn" and other thlnKn
they thotiitht they umlemlond hut
of which mi at of them were Woe-
fully Ignorant. The lon-hntt
tiimi ml ehort-halri'd tmncli-dinpeii
KlrU InlrlKiied hrt. Hhe liked their
Independence TJiey dreaaeij n t!i"y
liked were a law unto thrmnnrtre
not elovee of te. They did wh.it
iliey liked nine of their ahlirty to
look out for tliuiiiMjUrn If i..:tcn-
irv. I am Imhli'il loo Mulinlin" ahe
inlil when tclllriR lilin of them "unit
It unema an open aewinio to their
frleiiilahlp; at leant they thniK M"
cnoiiKh of one uf them to niitutu
In one of the lamer reeinurant'
they found plncoa ut u lotiK tahli
at thu alda of tile room on mo
Ride ii. ImiK tioni'li chulm on thi
utlnv. Hut 5jh alttltiK on thn hem I
Kv them (i cv of thn room thci
a'luri.'iril In und eat uncoinfortahl
rlone to tlioeu iitrvudy iCuti.il. Tie
tnhl'i were nilplioied to hold
lliiiiiv iind they uelliilly lie tonight
- h id t hdr lull itioln.
It Wim a welnl mid 1 r 1 1 i 1 1 n
Siciiii to Miilcolm (ih It Im pi-'rlmiM
to every flret-tlmo vlnltor to the ll-
Ing" Hveryiinn wna filendly and
In Ipful. A liobbrd-halrril Krl In u
vcllnw einock nnd nbhre Intvd
In own dUIrt panned litem tho ellver
and the pnpr iiiiiklue Joim eprend
Hi" nn V. Iiim on thn table. Then elm
nuked for more lo protect her kowii
nnd .Mnltolm'n knees.
"They urn iijit In 1 1 1 nnnielhliiK
en Inok out" Hhe ti.!. I him nn the
full pl.iie nf -uii w.m liiitnl. .1 n' roee
III till III. KVVI.VOII. M1H t.'llklllK nml
IniiKhlnir. At tliiHM M.meiini. mm.
fri.ui .1 tal.li' nml eiiinum. d to Hint
nf puni'i iii'iiuuliitniu n und helped
him or liersi'ir lo ii I'lmircl or talked
ft hit of the Innt new plav thn vll-
liceiH had put on or of tht. iniivu-
-in In which they each ami nil
"I wonder who Hint chap If. that
one over thcin7 Jlu (i-etna to be
"Oh. 1m mtikew mtmlcnl inwtrn-
HObert A. Mclllrncy.
Vunenil director 921 H. Mnln.
Phono Oitaso 191-4&C. Advertisement
rnenti out of ctirnr boxen ncti In the
village plaja. nnd le really a sort of
"Hut you arifi't eatlni; your din-
"1 don't sen thai you hnve atowed
away eo much either."
"It leti't very ood U'ltT You nee
people wht come re are aupponed
to be (wilful nnd aoulful people
aren't ao hungry nn ordinary mor-
tnl are Ihey?" Joan atked with n
In ii Ih. "The trouble Malcolm
It lan't rjuilej clean. I could etand
anything ele tho bud cooking. I
menu If It wero cionn."
"la nncleanllneea necersary to n
Iloliemtati ntmoNphere7" he iiia-
Honed tnnkliiK a funny faro Joun
recnlted his inother'n noatniwn and
felt he had reanon to bo el ocked.
The people at the Inhln with them
were manned In a heated dleciie.
elon reenrdln N'letMche peycho-
analyala free lore and n lot of other
thing nmiiainK to a strRtiaer not
hecauet of the mbjct mutter but
hecatiso of the rutliteaaneaa with
nhlch they handled nil stibjcta.
"Come J. mil letH net out." and
nfttr th'-y h id ' rowdud llo lr way
pant tlumi) nt thn tnble had .itt-
HWfinl netcr.-ll 'icood IllKhtK" thr.wn
nt tlietn and reached the direct
Mab elm whittled for a taxi
"To JJelmonlco's!" he told the
driver. To Joan he ealrti ""Now for
n real feed. We huvo had food for
the eon 1 1 now It Is our stomach's
To rio Continued.
iim'.h ciiooHi: ni:v oiticiaus
Itctlrlni; Itiilrr to Attend Crnnd
I)du In Atlnnllo city.
NOWATA March 10. Nowata
lodge No. ltr.l. It. p. O. H have
olected the followlni; officers for tho
ensuing year: f. T. Daugherty ex.
nltcd tuler; rt. K. Vogclhut leading
kniKht; Cliiiilcrt Theobald lecturing
knight; Clarcme Hlevcnf loyal
knight; ('. V. Crenshaw Mjcretnry;
Hugh Wllkliieon treasurer; Uoh
Mornlnnd lyler; .lanua Nairn and
O. A NIU directoie.
II. N. Harnee the retiring exalted
ruler will he tho repreecntatlvo nt
the lndge nt thu wrund lodge meetr
Inif In Atlantic City. J. T. Norton
waa named un alternate.
IlnrtlesTlllc i;iks Hlcct.
ptUI to The Wotll.
Itnrtlesvllte March 10. The
Dartleevlllo Klks lodge held Its an-
nual election this week and elected
the following officer for tho en-
suing year: Robert Welsbrod ex-
alted ruler; William McKinloy lead-
ing knight: I.'. A. Wines loyal
knight; William Leonard lecturing
knight; Jnmex O. Hart necretnry.
Harry Hewitt was elected truttteo
fir ii term of three yearn and Lon
Carpenter for tho two year term.
J. C. Dunn past exalted ruler was
elected delegulo to Jhe? grand lodge
convention to be held nt Atlantic
City next July. Harvey Itarncs wae
elected nn alternate detegnte.
"Kir! rnrmern" Meet Again
3rUI le The World.
VI. VITA. March 10. Tho demo-
rratlu dirt fiirmem of Craig county
have rnllrr their third meeting to be
held at the rotirlbuuvc on Hiititr-
day. Miinli 11. Tho oig.inlr.'iiion
Ih rndeaoitng to rolvo eomu of the
prnhlems of tjie fnrmcre incident lo
the finaiirtnl dui)cjuloii and high
Roie Mnrinollo Shop
13 Win I'lfth street
(t'ormirly the American Ditutj-
l'ulor) M.f. Toilil. itn. Diintip snd MUl
Wravpr sml Minn tluhtnt formeily
Kim Hie SUrlnntlo Shop at IS Weal
Fourth Kt liv purchaMd Dili aliop
mi.l will cnn.luut It Intio.Mf tin man?
new nppelniiurnta aiiil ptrvlca fia.
tuna as tha
Rose Marinello Shop
We wnl tie (tail to aarva out frlanjs
lid formar palrona or litis shop.
THE A D.VANCE SHOP
THE STORE THAT SELLS WOOLTEX
For Saturday we offer a Dress Sale
of Great Importance 45 New
0 A u
On Snle Tremendously Below
Their Reguinr Price
This is nn unmntchablo offering
of frocks in the newest most fns-
cinntinR styles of the hour. Taf-
feta ennton crepe and satin in
charming panel blouse tunic and
straightlino effects. In pcrwinkle
blue henna navy black and
brown on sale at $19.75.
New Sample Coats and Capes
Special at $20 $25
These are remarkable values when one
considers their style and quality.
Shades and fabrics are those most pre-
ferred. Special at $20 and $25.
Uunexpectcd New Tweed
You are sure to want n tweed suit for
spring jaunts and here is your oppor-
tunity to buy at a very low price. On
sale today only at $25.
New Spring Hats Saturday
New shapes materials trimmings all
combined into the most lovely little hats
imaginable. Just tho mode for the
windy days of March all at $5.
$35 to $40 Tricotinc Suits
Saturday at $25
Wo don't think any values as good as
theso at $25 have been offered this sea-
son and wo think you will agree with us
If you coma in and sec them.
$8 $9 Fibre Silk Sweaters for
a Special Sale $5.95
A riot of colors and combinations in
extra good quality tuxedo style sweat-
ers are offered in this special sale. You
will want one of them so come early.
Radium Silk Petticoats and
A special offering on a superior quality
of silk petticoats and pettibockers that
means a genuine saving and eager buy-
ing. Special at $5.
The Store That Sells Wooltex
EIGHT WEST THIRD STREET
oi'i'osn i. uiAiro Tiii:.Ti:itoiiorxn riiooit or hoiunson ahi im.
We Hum Company
S t SJS BS
In Ten Smart New Styles
A huge shipment huu just arrived in time for
-Saturday selling. These tailored itntl sports
blouses will dominate the spring senson due
to their smartness; included are striped
tunics plain voiles with colored gingham
collars and cuffs; pongee colored batiste with
checked gingham collars and cuffs plain tai-
lored styles with pique as trimming.
Kvery kind of blouse collar including Tux-
edos Peter Pans O'Brien and Buster Brown.
Every one is decidedly attractive.
Don't miss these values Saturday.
What a fine Showing and Sale of
Fresh from "Mr
Choice at. . .
Vou will rarely find a better selection of
styles pokes sailors broad-at-the-side
brims off-the-facc turbans and you will
seldom find such values at $8.95.
The colors the shades Paris has been send-
ing us periwinkle eanna dark tile blue
pumpkin jade etc. Tho trimmings aro from
birds and flowers to feathers ribbons orna-
ments and what not.
73 ' 27' v -tZZ-J
-' J7' ss J? ii5
Saturday Specials Main Floor
70-lncli Mercerized Table
Dnmnska In nu extra good
heavy iiuallty In floral dew
drop ami striped patterns.
Hpoelul (tjf or
Tlesue tllnclmmn 32 Inches
wide assorted colors In wov-
en checks nnd broken plaids.
Hpeolal price A Q
Iteppletta cloths in woven
colored embroidered figure.
Also white. Q- n
Hpeclal yard OJLC
Mx30 Bherts elzed betoro
liemmlng In good firm quul-
My. Special. Q-t nt
45-lncli V'rcnch Madras Dra-
peries on light grounds with
colored embroidered figures
Hpcclal Qt-t Q
Quaker Crnft Curtain Nets
plain and lace trimmed edges
email designs lu white. Ivory
and egyptlatt. QQ.
Special yard Ot7C
tlretonno Draperies in prutty
floral designs on light and
dark Rrounds. CZAn
Special ynrd OftC
75x90 Btrlpo Dimity Spreads
In nn extra good quality.
Hpcclul (go pQ
Hcalloped Lunch Cloths em-
broidered edges In blue Kold
and roae. Site CxCt
l'rtced 1 (Q
Mcrceilzcd N'apklna size ISx-
18 lit assorted putterns
hummed ready for use
Hpoclal (Jn QQ
Mercerized I.unch Cloths and
Nnpklns In woven colored
borders in blue red And
gold. One cloth and six nap-
kins priced (1A no
per set tDlstO
Lingerie Crepes In shades of
pink light blue nialse and
while printed floral bird
and buttorfly designs. Hpo-
clal price A Q
3G-lnch Whlto Sntln Finish
Middy Twills superior qual-
ity and mercerized finish.
Special price QQf
Half lllcnch Crash Toweling
lu good llrm quality.
10-yard bolts of English
J.ongcioth in mco sort imisn.
per bolt . . .
In Our Sixth
W 9I I J.
Itlsht nt tho opcnlns Ol
tho season for wearing
these Kipiilar garment
our liuyi'm hi-citreil this
rttrnordlnurjr punhaff ol
flno f-wenters for our gtcnt
Alinhersnry bnlo Tho
inluc urn phcnnmvnnl
In in it it y uenw-s. miiiii
ullli uilgora trlmmhiCM
'Mm nljltst fenturo braided
nnd si.-ili Ik Its round nnd
Vnif.Lt. iiiMLf.l mill I'l.t. .
tj rr combinations of plain
? w nml fiiiic' timttvM.
O U:ln In Our Sixth Anni-
ij til I Co versary Sale
At $5.95 to $7.95
Sport Skirts in plain pleated
stripe plaid check in all new
colors and styles including
fringe trimmed button trim-
med and the wrap-a-round
Skirts of prunella epongc bas-
ket wcitve velour and tweed.
New models at the lowest
prices and best values offered
In Our Sixth
5000 Pairs of
Glove Silk and full fash
ioncd and Pure Thrcr. d
Silk Hose at tremendous
All Silk full
fcllk with llslo
top heel und
Glovo Silk In
nnd lace stripe
Jfn Our Sixth Anni-
For Spring Wear &
mftvt f v w w a
to $3.95 V
J Georgettes liandmadcs
Crossbar Dimity J
Batistes Colored Voiles 0
Cotton f ongce
111 cton and shawl collar styles
some arc plain white with
collar and cuffs of ging-
ham. A wonderful value at
this low price.
All other Blouses in our large
stock reduced to today's whole-
$2.95 to $29.75
New shipments of Silk
at reduced prices for
this sale enable us to
offer a splendid variety
at sensational savings.
Teddies Gowns Bloom
ers Vests remcoais n
$1.95 to $10
II 18' u lU
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