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THE TULSA DAILY WOULD. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 6, 1906.
I IN THE WORLD OF SOCIETY. g JOSEPHINE (1KAY. g OOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOO PROSPECTUS. Wednesday, Juno 0. Fortnightly Club in the evening, with Dr. anil Mrs. J. K. Webb. Thimble Club in the afternoon with Mrs. C. W. Brown, on Boulder. Priscilla Club in afternoon with Mrs. James Bowpii, on Detroit. High Si'hool Class Day at M. K. hureh in the morning. Thursday, June 7. High School commencement exercises at the M. E. churi'li, at 8 oVloek. Friday, June 8. Five Hundred Card Club, in afternoon, with Mrs. Shirk. Saturday, June !). Ilyeehkn Club at the Robinson. Circle Meeting. The circles ul' the M. K. church aid society will meet tomorrow afternoon Hs follows: South circle, with Mi's. Hill in the southeast part of the city; east circle with Mi's, llickok; west cir cle with Miu. He.llev. A Happy Evening. Misses Bess Whitney, Lena Brown, Beatrice I'oindexter, Kula Brand, Eva I H ml, Bertha Elwood and Messrs. RV Ruggles, Karl Smith, Edward Chase and Will Norton unexpectedly dropped in Tuesday evening to spend a while with Miss Allie North in com pliment to her on her sixteenth birth day. The hoste.-s was not too much surprised to furnish her quests with a delightful evening, being assisted in her duties by Misses Andrews and Gabriel. A late supper concluded the evening, and the guests departed, wishing their young hostess many hap py returns. Fruit Shower. Miss Cora Orr, teacher of Third A and Fourth B, in the school grades, wan happily surprised yesterday after noon with a fruit shower. The juveniles arranged for Miss Orr to go into one of the other rooms while they heaped high all kinds of fresh fruits on her desk as a small token of the esteem with which she is held. It would be hard to tell which was more pleased, the teacher when she returned, or the pupils. Miss Orr will spend the summer in Waterloo, Iowa, in school. Misses Mabel and Ethel Watson will leave Sunday evening for Valparaiso, Ind., where they will spend the sum mer in school. Mr. ami Mrs. N. C. Wood have come to Tulsa to reside and will have apartments in the First National Bank building, as soon as it is com pleted. Mr. Wood is a dentist, hav ing just graduated from the Nurtli westl'in Dental colleg at Chicago. Mrs. Wood is an accomplished musi cian, and will be a pleasant addition to social circles. For the past two yeais she has been a teacher in the Spaiilding Female college at Musko gee, her particular skill being with the violin. She will leave in a day or so for Fort Worth, Texas, to spend several weeks, studying under a (!er mnn master, who will be in that city for a time. Mr. and Mrs. Wood are now guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Cathey, their old time friends. The marriage of Miss Alice Tor bert, of Broken Arrow, to Mr. Bear man, also of that place, will occa sion no little surprise aiming her friends here, as it comes quite un expectedly. There is a tinge of ro mance connected with the wedding in asmuch as the young people succeed ed in going to Skiatook Saturday ev ening and were married, returning Sunday to Broken Arrow. Miss Tol bert was the guest of Miss Mabel By num a short time ago, but let none vf her friends here into the secret of her1 approaching marriage. Now that the formal announcements are out for the wedding of Miss Jus tus, her friends are getting busy, planning complimentary functions for her as a bride-elect. All sorts of "showers" are being planned. The only one definitely arranged for yet is a hosieiy shower, which will be given her Wednesday afternoon, June 13, by Miss Audrey Kudd. The guests will include the members of the Bid Euchre Club. NEW j WEST SIDE ! MEAT MARKET CORNER FIFTH AND GUTHRIE The New West Side Meat Market, corner Fifth and Guthire, is now open to the public. All kinds of Fresh Meats, Produce and Game in Season Will endeavor to give satisfaction and guar antee all goods to be first-class. The pub lic is invited to inspect our market and also the slaughter house where the meat is slaughtered and they will find both places perfectly clean. The slaughter house and surroundings have been inspected by Mayor John 0. Mitchell, to whom we refer you. TELEPHONE 345 T. A. Askea Proprietor Mr. and Mrs. Koblegan jhe have been here lor the past two mouths, the guests of their ilnughler, Mm. E. Minsball, left last evening for Petos key, Mich., to spend the summer ul their cottage on the lake shore. Mrs Mmsliull will go later and spend .a part of the sumiii' r with tlicm. Mrs. ,1. II. Seaman ami little grand daughter, Doris, left Monday evening for Kansas City, where they will spend a week visiting, after which they will go to Nebraska for a fort night 's visit. The Altar society of the Catholic church will not meet again until Thursday afternoon, June 14, at which time Mis. Lyons, on Cheyenne, will he hostess. The Eastern Star Chapter will hold Iheir regular meeting in Masonic Hall Thursday evening. All visiting mem bers in the city are cordially invited to attend. HiMnMntiin i II mi- iiiADi rise iflADirre I i Mrs. Adams of Newkirk, Okla., is here the guest of her mother, Mrs. B. McNaughton. " r X Take All OOOOOOOOOOOOCXXXXXXOCXXXXX! I in the Shows And then Do Your Trading with the lackle Ora 0CCO0O00OOCOOCO3OO000OO3Oj 0. Treat that friend to a Tomato Cock tail, at the BUSY BEE. (i-2 3t Partnership Dissolved. The legal partnership between Cur tis Marshall and R. 1'. Elliott has been dissolved, ami Mr. Marshall has gone to St. Louis, where he ha accepted a luci alive position with a railroad com pany, and at the same time will con tinue his law practice. Later he will go to his old home in Indiana to re main indefinitely. The Largest and Best Selected Stock in the City Don't forget Us for Best Ice Cream Sodas Open All Night 113 East Main INMIMNNI 0000000 0 o ST. LOUIS MARKETS. 0 0 0000000 (Furnished by the Merchants' Ex change.) Wheat On track, cash No. 2 red 90(a92. No. 2 hard 7S(?83. July 78 asked, range 7fl(r79. Sept 7St's asked, range 7S(a 78. Corn No. 2 cash 48(?48. No. 2 white 50(?50. July 47, range 47(nl to47. emfwypsjirdluemi'wypshrdlucmfwy Sept 47 bid, range 47(S'48. Oats No. 2 cash 34. No. 2 white 35. July 34 nominal. Sept 33 asked, range 33(33. Chicago Market Letter Furnished by the A. M. McDermott Furnished by the A. M. McDeurmott ander building, Tulsa, I. T. Wheat. There was no cables this morning, but the market opened firm and advanced cent above Satur day's close on very smull buying. The pit crowd were inclined to go short but found little offerings, the princi pal buying being by Rankin & I'ringle. Conditions in the Northwest were re ported ideal ami the market there quoted prices higher. They were scii 'iti selling orders to Chicago in the July option. Snow reported that conditions in the Northwest were never better and the crop was almost perfect, and that the average increase would be ten per cent increase in acreage in the Canadian Northwest which would point to an increase of about ten per cent, or about 125,000,- 000 bushels. The Ohio Valley reports' wheat in good condition, the tate lepoit gave the conditions as 95 per cent, against 103 last year. It gave the statement that the deterioration was" caused by dry weather. The visible supply de creased 1.1.")2.0IH) and the total is now 30.311,001) bushels. Wheat on passage showed a de crease of 3,000,000. Broinliall's re port of foreign conditions was gen erally favorable. The average trader is usually sell- in1.' wheat at this titno of year on pro-peels, but the crop killer is us ually the busiest in July, and unlesa we get more seasonable weather be will be here before the last of this month. Receipts today were 14 cars in C!ii- ch.'", ;2 in Kansas City and 2'M in the noithwest, against 214 last year. Corn. Receipt weie fair and while there was no export demand, the do mestic demand was sufficient to take carp cf the offering. If the receipts for this month fol low the previous five years average for June, it is possible that we will see very much lower prices. The year of the drouth, 1901, was the only exception. It is possible that we may have another 1901 on corn and would prefer to stay on the Ions? side of the market on every break. The visible supply increased l.lltil, 000 bushels. Oa's decreased 1,147,000 bushels. The Ohio state crop condition on oats is given as 73, against !)3 last year. Provisions Receipts of hogs were only 12,000. The market opened strong. Pork advanced from 10 to !." cents ,l)u t ribs were easily the leader, especially for July delivery. Wc do not look for any great change in the market, temporarily prices may be left at these figures, pending an other advance in the future. July .. Sept . . Dec .. Corn Jul; .. Sept . . Dec . . .. Sept .. .. Sept . . Lard July .. Sept . . Chicago Option. Opauini; 11 lull Low .l si 80 .S0(? 80 79 Close S0 79 W, ,S()l'M SO':, .49(o 49 49 4!);8 .( 1,4 49 49 49' .47 47 47 474 .33(? 34 33 31 .32(y31 32 31 32' .15.95 . 15.85 10.17 15.05 10.17 10.00 15.S2 Ki.OO 8.52 8.05 H.7i S.7i 8.52 8.0') S.C7 8.72 Chicago Cash Markets. 2 red S7. No. 3 red iutH:, No. 2 hard SlojfU No. 3 bard 7501 SI. No. 1 spring 83(1785. No. 2 spring 81(i84. No. 3 spring 77(i'83. Corn No. 2 51(S51. No. 2 yellow Mi:1. No. 3 yellow 50." No. 3 yellow 50( . No. 4 4!)(? 49. Chicago Hog Market. Light i.20(ri0.40.. Heavy. 6.20( (i.42. Mixed, O.lOdi (i.42. Rough, C.10(f li.'JO. JOHNSON S EATON Prices :-: For :-: Carnival Week ONE-FOURTH OFF i '. z - j ,A 1 m mm. i mm 4f . .1' HWl'J II rnm U Til THIS WHAT-I -IT ! $19.78 DRESSER $14.85 Leather Couches, full size . . . $18.76 9x12 Tapestry Rug $11.19 Axminster Rug $17.82 . They Want 10,000 Customers I 14 Carnival Week SOUTH MAIN STREET Kansas City Cash Markets. Wheat -No. 2 hard 77(ii 78'. No. 3 hard 740 75'j. No. 4 hard 70(o 73. No. 2 red 8S;!II). No. 2 red Sim 88. Corn No. 2 white 4. 4',',. No. 3 while 47!4. No. 2 yellow 47' 2. No. 2 mixed 4o' j(o47. No. 3 mixed 4'j"V" 47. No. 4 44'? 4. ' 2 white 35(0-351,4 No. 2 mixed 33(o33'i. No. .1 mixed 32Vi(ri33. I IM WUKtMIMIMMMMMMv Hogs. Opened strong. Receipts: Chicago Kansas City Omaha St. Joseph .12,000 .14,000 . 0,500 . 8,000 Kansas City Options. Opening High Low Close Wheat July ....73(S 73 73 73 Vi Sept ....72 72 72 72'i Cum July .... 43(St., W 45 45 Sept ....45(a 4(i 45 45 Cattle. Opened slow. Receipts: Chicago 2.500 Kansas City 7.000 Omaha 3.000 St. Joseph 300 New York Stock Close. Amalgamated Copper 109 S'ignr 136 Atchison 00 "melter 158 11. & 0 108i4 R. R. T 83 C. F. 1 612 C. Si O Krie (ias ('. (i W Illinois Central M. K. & T Lead j. & N T. (.'. 4 I Misouri Paeilic New York Central . . O. W Pennsylvania Rending Rock Island Southern Pacifn; . . . Southern Railwav . St Paul Union Pacific U. 8. Steel (common) U. S. Steel (preferred) Wabash ')!) 4i 92 "2 19 11 35', 77 150 157 9(1 140 51 133 143 20 67 38 177 150 41 100 21 Notice of Stockholders' Meeting. Notice is hereby jciven that a meei in.' of the stockholders of the Tills Water, Hent and Power oompany wri be held in their oflice in the city 1 r TuKa, Ind. Ter., at nine a. ni. on t". Jlst day of June, A. I). 1900, for th puiHise of voting on a proposition t be submitted at said meeting to issu bonds to the amount of $300,000, t 1 be secured by a deed of trust on th t franchises and all other proerti( ( belonging to the Tulsa Water, Ugh I, Heat and Power company, of Tul , Ind. Ter. OEOGE O. BAVNE, A. Perryman, President. Secretary. 6-5-14 1 '.'XLNT" brand d water ia maylt from pore distilled water. The South -"estera Bottling Co. 3-24-tf t n s o v. e n n t f) u m w 9