The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 87, Ed. 1, Wednesday, December 27, 1922 Page: 6 of 14
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TULSA DAILY WORLD WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 27 1922
day evening s previously an-
nounced by the chaptrr
K ! fin City nro visiting Mr Albee'B day nt Nor'h Rhoro h j'el. E
parents. Mr nnd Mrs. P. 1''. Albee III. nnd nro visiting fuends
nnd Mrs. Albeo's sister Mm. J. Burr I ngo nnd North Hhoro towns
Olhlinnn nnd Mr. rjthhnnii. I
Mrs. 1. 12. Bretineman'M tiw In th
Ilrennomnn homo to prosent Mrs. It.
A. llronnenmti nnd Miss Rrennemnn.
I jifulotto club Greenwich Village
cnrntvnt In tho Country club.
Mr. William V. Henry entertains
nt nn Informal irty In his nuburbnn
home to honor bin sister. Miss Ch-
Miss Kitlierlim Smith' lunchoon
In the Country dul for Mlssra Max-
Inn Noble and matinee pnrty for MUm
Miss Marisn Havnge entertains at
buffet dinner for Mlsn Margaret
Mis Mai Ion Applaman's theater
party honoring Misses Marcolla Rhaw
and Margaret Capps
Auxiliary nt Amorlcan Legion
iuctH In social session In the Y. W.
C. A. cluhrootna.
Misses Marjorle Sharp nnd Loin
Brooks entortnln nt dinner In the
Misses Barbara Osborn ami Dor
othy Owen ontertnln at ten for Miss
tho brld. Tim brldo wa lovely In
a smart tallleur. acceminrles to har-
monize. immediately following the
ceremony n luncheon was served
th Christmas nolo predominating
as also In the attractive decorations
'of ihn rooms. The bride and groom
I will rosldo In Memphis Tenn.
For College !lrl.
Miss Kthol Roup a Tulsa fill I at-
tending tho University of Chicago is
at homo for tho holiday with homo
folk nnd will bo guo of honor nt a
ton given Wcdnosifjiy afternoon with
Mis liarbara Osborn nnd Mlsn
Dorothy Owen a hostesses. On
Wednesday evening Misses Rllai-
beth Nllsson Virginia Uilcknor nnd
Dorothy Owen will entertain nt danc
lug in tho Nllsson homo in honor of
Jliss Hoop anil extending courtesies
to several other girls who nro nt
homo for the holidays.
For Now York Matron.
Mrs. 111a AV'nde JInrrell will glvo
a bridge-luncheon in her home on
"Wednesday In honor of Mrs. V. P.
Kline of Now York
Members of tho Harlequin club
will glvo a luncheon at Hotel Tulsa
on Friday December 23.
Jx-n rii -Capes.
One of tho prettiest weddings
solemnized nt cnristmniuMo was that
of Mlsn Alice Edith Capes who bo-
came tho bride on Mattirday morning
nt 10:30 Tim wedding took place nt
tho homo of tho bride's mothor Mrs.
XV. M. Capos 124 North Ynrktown
tho coromony being imprcsslngly
informed by Dr. John A Rica of tho
Boston Avenue Methodist church.
Tho wedding march wus played ly
tho groom'H sister Mrs. William
Hplces whllo tho bridal couple was
attended by Miss Jeanetto Harring-
ton and Marlon B. Capoa. bruthor of
A very pleasant surprise parly was
given Christmas dy for Mrs. Mary
Clifton by her children at the home
of Mr. ami Mrs bee Clifton 1261
North Denver. Those present were
Mr. and Mrs. Will Scott nnd family
of Turley Mr. and Mrs. Dan Clifton
and daughter Martha of Tulsa Mrs.
Hnrry Lclsenhurg of Mlkhorn Nob.
Mr. H. li. 1a Horde and two chil-
dren of IMalnview Nob. Mrs. 15. J.
UiUorde of Oretonn Neb. Mr. and
Mrs. Bliss Pratt nnd family of Tulsa
Mr. and Mrs. J l. t). Nay and daugh-
ter Virginia of Mudlsnn. Kan.. John
Clifton a son In California and
a daughter Mrs. Charlea Eberhart of
Kansas City were unablo to nltond
tho party. Other lelittlvea and friends
present were Mr. and Mrs. ltobort
Scott of Perry Air. Hay Clifton Mr.
and Mrs. Oral Whitley of Kiofcr.
Mrs. Mary 15. Prntt-of Klofer. There
were tun grandchildren and one
great-granrhlld who took part In
the celebration. They ware onter-
talned In tho ovenlng at a box party
at the Orphiium.
Por Ml I'pp.
Miss Edith (Jpp who is attending
college In Chlcugo and who Is upend-
ing tho holidays with home folk was
guost of honor at a small luncheon
given Tuesday wttli Miss Doulso
I'etty ns hostess. Tho company of
glrlw were given n matinee box party
at tho Orphnum in the nfternoon.
Miss Kliln May Tennyson and Mr.
Nell lA'dlrk wore marrlod December
24 In Holnlulu Hawaii. Miss Tenny-
son was formerly a teacher of homo
economics In Tulsa's city schools for
threw years prior to accepting a po-
sition In Kumohnineha schools In
Honolulu in 1321. Mr. Lydtck 1
connected with tho Bishop Trust
company of Honolulu. Mr. and Mrs.
Lydlck will make their horno in
Mr. and Mrs J. J. McOaw and son
Mr. Joe McOaw who have been visit-
ing In J'otica City will return home
Mr. and Mre. Batrlok Jay Hurley
announce tho birth of a daughter
to whntn they have given tho name
Mra. O. 15. Huorkon and son Nud
of Ijs Anjrelos Cal. nro visitors In
the home of Mrs. Suroken's brother.
Mr. Charloi 11 Johnson and Mrs.
Tulsa chapter Order Kastorn Star
will Install now officers for the com-
ing year at Masonic hall Thursday
evening December 2 3 Instend of Krl-
Piles Can Be Cured
An Instructive t'nnlt 1: an heen published
by Dr. A. 8. MeClMfy. tho notfit rectal
)icliillt if Kenssa 'liy. This book tails
how sutforors from I'ltta can b ijulckty
and gaslly curixl without the lita ot knife
scissors "hot" Iron flectilcltr or snc
other cuttlnK or burning method without
contlnement to bed nnd no hospital bills
to py. The method has been a shccms
for twenty-three years and In more than
alt thousand cases. The book la sent post-
paid tree to persons afflicted with plica or
other rectal troubles who clip this Item
and mall It with name and address to Dr.
McCleary. tBJ Parkview Sanitarium Kan-
sas City Mo Advertisement.
Cij "T!P Son' Tht So"'' Wootllt ln Tulsa"
Eight West Third Opposite Rialto
The Final Clearance of Our
Entire Stock of
Today we will close out 29 Win-
ter Hats at less than cost. Splen-
did styles; all the popular shapes
in black and colors. While they
Values up to $10
At this price we offer choice of
our entire stock of higher-priced
Pattern Hats. All good styles and
colors. This price docs not cover
the cost of materials in theso hats.
To close out at
Valued up to SIS
All Sales Final
(irant McCUntock loft last iilnht for
imnsas luiy to joint tne imio hoy s
tinftltltm . 1 nn.f Xl.n 1 nil. lf
in.iuii.ni ..it. . t(i. iv vua i -
uiuiiuni "nn .iiuiiihui V1II7 in l
patient In tho KItst Christian church
nnepiuu in proKrossint; tuoeiy rrom
an operation underrone rocently.
Mr. and Mrs H. I. Keen a'e open-
Ins ln ChrlstmHs holidays In Texan
Mr. and Mrs. Uuseoll I) Albe of
Mr. J O. Kelley and two smalt
sons Kloyd and Granger aro the
holiday Ktiests of her daughter Mis.
8. Jack James and Mr. James at
their home 121J Hast Fifth place.
Mr. Ofjon;e It Swan and small s ii
Kranklyn Lewis who have been ill
at a local hospltnl. havo been r -moved
to their home 814 South Vi -tor
Yo-2 Sss Tot2ay?
standlns at the corner of tho Tnlon
National bank buildins when I saw
a cat with a small mouse ln her
mouth. She was (jolng to hide whore
nobody could harm her. I followed
her and she hid. I tried to Btop her
but a man told me not to. I kept
on Rolns to sell my papors. Edward
Mr. and Mrs. D. 1). Halloy havo re-
turned from Coffeovlllo Kan.
where they spent Christmas day
Mr. and Mrs Chester A. Frank-
lyn of Admore are visiting durinK
the holldayu with Mrs Franklyn's
parents Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Hut ley.
Mr. Kranklyu was formerly MIsm
Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Hurloy and
children Harold Jr. and Klsle Marie
of I'awhUKka motored to Tulsa nnd
sre spending the holidays with Mr.
Hurley'n pjironts Mr. and Mrs A.
Mr. and Mrs. Jumes A. Green and
son Tulsa Okla. registered Tliura-
Write It for The World
Tulsa Is full of potential reporters
and the Tulsii Wor!" wants to bo-
come acquainted with them and
offer them an opportunity to dis-
play their talent nt reporting news.
Keep your eyes opon and if you wit-
ness an accident or sco an unusual
Incident sit down nnd write the
Tulsa World a story of not more
than one hundred words about it.
Address your contribution to the
What Did You Seo lidltor Tulsa
The Cat and tho Mouse
Ono day about 4:15 p. m. I was
subject: Jelly Means.
Vvhat causes ono to havo a pain
or ache liken unto a colic or Bome-
hlng of that nature happens on
ho streots ot Tulsa very frequently
and more frequently when Tulsa has
a celebratloln or Christmas or
I was oozing my peaceful and con-
tented anatomy down Main street
tho other day determined to find
a bird that might unconsciously
break n precedent by coushlns up
a fow delinquent shekels when
tny optics warned me that an un-
invited detour wag inevitable and
Six Jolly beans (Tulsa variety)
had pre-empted a circle right ln
the middle of the sidewalk and n
Jabcratlon was being promulgated
that would lead a blind man to
believe that old Vesuvius had gone
on r. rampnC
The kcynoto of this rapshody wag
O meaning girls or Janey ln Jelly
bean vernacular a very heavy
subjert for opon air digestion yet
If verbosity Is a proper Instrument
to handle such deep subjects with
theso birds were thore with bells on
and all the other habiliments neces-
sary for tho Job.
We are not splitting our spleen
or giving serious vent to the beans
or tho volumctrlo execrations of
these freaks far be it as no doubt
Jelly beans aro as useful to hu-
manity as fleas nro to a dog but
what causes our diaphragm to di-
late Is the fact that the pollco would
remain silent Inactive and permit
our dear beans to bo endanger them-
selves. We Just want to say that some day
some eagle-eyed enterprising news-
boy is going to spy a pompous-
looking ham-fed son of leisure com-
ing up tho street and In order to
gave him tho time humiliation and
ordeal of stopping to buy a paper
that boy will make a dash for tho
said pompous-looking gent like a
meteor headed to tho earth unmind-
ful of tho Jelly bean blockade and
scatter beans in ovory direction
then the beans will be split.
when along came ft big polle(mia4
" " """"6 ana carryhj
a medlum-slzcd club and asked th.
to disperse. These young men wr
not in tho habit of dlspersln. at I
mere command and a few remark
of that character. Tho policeman
then and there proved htmsolt t
real bully nnd tho chap he hit r.n
unconscious to tho ground X1
boys were rounded up and all tat.J I
to the pollco station but upon
nrrlv-il nnd tlialn .t. u"iP l!lClrl
were S kml.i "W.
was also dismissed from the
M. A. CHATt? a""'
All Winter Hats
Must Be Sold
Your choice ot entire (n-tn
stock nt each .... J)XU
All untrlmmed Felt Sport
A crowd of Knld's bC3t family
young men wero having some tun on
a street cornor tho other evening
Mann's Hat Shop
JO Hast Fifth Street
Relief from Headaches.
Relief from Nervousness.
Relief from Dizziness.
Relief from any form of
Expert Repair on Glasses
Fountain Pens and
Seekaiz & C Moore
We will do your landscap-
ing free and furnish you
nursery stock for about
half the usual charge in
Tulsa. Our nursery stock
will bo strictly fresh from
tho nursery row. Wo have
a full line of evergreens
shade trees of all kinds
fruits and flowers. Wo
guarantee our stock to be
strictly first class in every
respect and sure to please
you. Cut out the middle-
man and buy direct from
the nursery. Write us at
once for our special terms.
With Countless V due-Giving Events Throughout Hunt's New Department Store
Ill II nMSllBSS4MSWIS(lC l'IHHtlsTWSt' Is WMHKsllsft
This sale began yesterday morning and broke all records for value giving. An event so broad in scope and involving
nearly every department practically every want may be supplied and you are assured of savings that will be of great-
est interest to you. Owing to the limited space in this advertisement we can only print a very small percentage of tho
Drapery Goods Dept. Art Novelties Neckwear
Features Many Low Prices on Silk Draperies Colored
Madras Curtain Nets Cretonnes etc.
woven borders; ' s
lal price per tJC!
Offering Our Entire Stock of
Choice 2 Price
Costume suits of two and three pieces tatlored
suits that every woman and miss would be
proud to wear. Offered ln this Pre-Inventory
Every suit included at this half price reduction
Is correct to tho point of style; mado In tho
season's favoicd fabrics; Including the new
trimming features. 13 very size 14 to 42.
Quaker Craft Curtain Nets in
white and ivory; in
small pretty designs; f(
special price J J
Quaker Craft Filet Curtain Xcts
in white and ecru; small designs
with woven borders;
Filet Curtain Nets the Quaker
Craft make ln whlto and Ivory;
plain and lace trimmed; pretty
crisp new patterns to Ff
select from; special r
price yard "
Quaker Craft Iice Curtain Nets
whita and Ivory plain and laco
trimmed edges in very s-
nmart new designs; rj'
special price yard...
Line lrice Curtain Nets tho
Quaker Craft weaves; 42 Inches
wide; white and ivory; f r.
very clever now de- jLf
signs; special yard... S JL
Quaker Craft Filet and Ponn
Terro Iaco Curtain Nets in
white Ivory and Egyptian: 44
inches wide; in bird and floral
patterns; special (t -g S ft
price per Va
yard yJ JL tJLjT
Fllot and Ponn Tcrre Lace Cur-
tain Neta; 44 inches wldo; ln
whlto nnd Ivory; assorted new
patterns; special (t-1 fj f
VnrT.r.: -7)1 At?
Quaker Craft Penn Torre and
Filet Iaco Curtain Draperies in
ivory and Egyptian; . inches
designs; special fl -jr f
Extra fine Quaker Craft Lace
Curtain Nets; 44 Inches wido In
Ivory and Egyptian; bird floral
and Japanese f70 fj f
Embroidered Curtain Swisses ln
assorted colors and
dots; 30 Inches wide;
special per yard.
Bungalow Drapery Cretonnes
36 Inches wldo ln an unusual ar-
ray of choice now do- - g-
signs and color combl-
nations; special yard -- v
New Cretonno Draperies in light
and dark colors; 36 Inches wido;
pretty floral patterns;
Beautiful Drapery Cretonnes ln
very pleasing color effects
worked out in floral
and bird designs; spe
cial price yard.
33-lnch Drapery Cretonnes ln
an extraordinary showing of at
tractive and skillful
patterns and color
ings; special yard.
Chateau Reps and Drapery Cre-
tonnes in very clever stripe
floral basket and butterfly de
signs suitable for almost any
room: 3G inches wide;
8unfast Drapery Silks ln colored
woven stripes and brocado ef-
fects 4C and EO Inches wide;
shades gold brown old rose
green and yellow.
41-Inch French Madras Drapery
In embroldored figured designs
in assorted col-
Madras Draperies; colors old
roso gold green nna
French blue; 36 inches
wldo; special at.
The household novelty gift shop
presents an unusual offerhtfi of art
novelties that are exceeding beau-
tiful nnd offered nt a caving that
should causo rapid selling ln this
department. Included are:
1 .1 1 1 1 1 1 KlinilrM 25ir".I C2gC2
Glnsmvnro English Pottery
Hook Ends Baskets Trays
etc. etc. etc etc. etc. etc.
Including all newest neckwear
styles. Featuring a wide selection
of new shapes in Bramley Bertha
collars. Tuxedo and round neck
Btyles. All to clear at a reduction
s ln colored
Now blouses ln georgette crepe do chine and crepe
in overblouse and tie-back styles all aro included in
this uniform reduction of 10. Some are embroid-
ered others bended. Choice of a host ot styles to
Our third floor corset seotlon presents an unusual
offering of the season's newest corsets nt a reduction
of JOft. Expert fittings given by our corsetlorcs.
Choice selection ot a limited lot ot fur coats
fashioned ot elegant furs of the choicest peltry
full furred perfectly matched. Bale prices
range from $85.00 up.
A Pre-Inventory Reduction Sale of
Offering our entire stock of Fine Shoes of Hanan &
Sons I. Miller and J. & T. Cousins all of New York
At a Uniform
Hundreds Upon Hundreds of Pairs Reduced to Clear at
This Uniform Reduction
OVER FIFTY STYLES TO CHOOSE FROM.
COLONIALS SATIN PUMPS BROWN CALF
OXFORDS BLACK PATENT OXFORDS
SIDE STRAPS COLONIALS TWO-STRAP
STRAP PUMPS SUEDE PUMPS PUMPS
ONE STRAPS STREET
MILITARY CUBAN AND SPANISH LOUIS HEELS
Bleached Muslin; excellent qual-
ity; yard wide; 1 J-
very special yard C
36-Inch Brown Muslin: special-
ly priced for tho Pre-Inventory
Pillow Coses; goofi quality;
hemmed; measure t)f7r
42x36; special ( L
Seamed Sheets; full bleached;
priced for quick fci.C
clearance ........ VJrrv.
Bleached Sheets; ready-made;
full size measure 72x90 ex-
cellent quality QQr
72x90 Peerless Sheeti: QQf
seamed; special 0J-
42x36 Star Pillow Cases; hem-
med: good quality: 2&r
The baxnment. stons features
a special purchase lot ot
These are of nn excellent
quality; all have o. copper
bottom well reinforced nt all
seams; made of a nonrusttblo
tin. wood handles and fitted
cover. Greatly underprlced
for this Bpoclal year - end
No Phono Orders Filled
All-wool Blankets size 70xS6
Inches; plaids combinations of
pink yellow blue and tan. Re-
duced price C7Q l7JS
por pair pJLCj t Q
Extra fine all-wool Blankets etzea
72x84 nnd 74x86 all white with
woven pink and bluo borders rib-
bon bound. Reduced 7 "f r f q
price per yard pJ-0ZO
Good Cotton Blankets size 72x80
inches gray with pink and blu
borders. CO CC
Reduced price JitCtOj
66x80 solid color gray and tan Cot-
ton Blankets with woven pink and
hluo borders. Reduced price
per t70 95
72x84 Cotton Blankets in tan gray
and white; pink and blue borders
and crochet edges. Reduced price
Plaid Cotton Blankets size 66x82:
good weight and in assorted colors.
Reduced -J f
"Woolnap Blankets ln sizes 64x76
nnd B6x80; In gray and white with
woven pink and bluo borders; an
excellent blanket for threo-quar-tor
beds. Reduced a or
30 -Inch Unbleached Muslin;
36-Inch Bleached Muslin; eoft
flntsh quality; 1 l r
special yard JL C
81-Inch Bleached Sheeting spe-
33-Inch Indian Head Muslin;
special O Q -
36-Inch soft finish Cambric
Muslin; nice quality for gowns
and underwrear etc.; 7w
reduced price yard ....jUC
9-4 Bleached Sheeting; good
weight excellent wearing qual-
ities; special . 39C
Chambray Zephyrs In a good range
of solid colors; 27 Inches wide;
Romper Cloth: good assortment of
neat stripes; J o
Pre-Inventory sale price ...JLOC
26-Inch Percales ln dark and light
colors on sale Clr
at yard "C
Yard-wide Shepherd Check Suit-
ings; assorted sizes; checks ln
black and white; 45o OTf
quality yard C
31-Inch Vanta Suiting; ideal for
houso dresses etc. Comes in stripes
Zephyr Ginghams; nice quality;
standard weight choice of all col
ors and all wanted utrlpes and
Apron Checks; standard grade
checked gingham In a full color
range; special 0
26-Inch Chambray Gingham; nice
soft finish; very "I
special yard JLJC
36-Inch Percales; choice of dark
and light colors; very TtZf
special at JLOC
Toll der Nord Dress Gingham In
checks and broken plaid pat-
terns and solid colors; -J Q
very special at yard ...... xOC
Repriced for Pre-Inventory
18x34 Crash Towels red
15x30 Turkish Towels me-
20x30 Turkish Towols me-
Towel Crash 15 Inches O
wide; epecla.1 per yard .... Ot.
Roller Toweling in crash bleached
and unbleached; 16 and 17 Inches
wldo. Reduced price f
22x42 Turkish Towels spe-
22x44 Turkish Tdwels col-
22x44 Turkish Towels
14x48 Turkish Towels col-
10 West Third St. Osage 3473
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