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I'. I' T. '! I , 1 Ml T II l KE SOCIETY NEWS VERA G WYNNE, TELEI'HOKE 00 stiiii i;. 'I'll.' iilil (if till' Vall'ills Ml udy. mimic anil nodal i IuIih, of w Ji ! (i 1 1 1 1 - in nit- niivv lictwecn forty-five mill fifty In TiiIhii, 1m miked In fin'IMtiillnx tint Willi! (if Ihl' HellHUU JllMl up('l- inif, with ri-KiirilH hi nollces of ineeilnK. ill'. Tlit tlniH iiikI place of regular ini'1'tinKH Hllollld hit telephoned In No. Suit) not IntiT than Saturday mornliiK for the iminiiIdk week. Notices of the clulm liming year hooks will hi' u 1 1 1 m h 1 1 each week hh eahiidurcd milcHs tills dcpur'uicnt Im ollierwiiic IKMlf luil. Tlif pri'a.1 reporter! of the I'lulia will ln depended upon fur the ri'purt of inch meeting tiy pin. lie anil Much will nut appear unless ru. port I'd. Mnreiirvt I iipps' Itlrllulay. Mm. Hurnard S. fu pph opened the children's partli'K nf tlif mason with a very pretty hlrlhilay f roll.' to honor thi' plxtli annlM'iH.ir.N of her youiiK tluiiKhtiT, Mat'Kari't I'appH. yesterday afternoon. Thi' noun- of MiNH .1aria id's Kranilpitri'iitH, Jmlci' and Mm. J A I Hiphiint, on Mouth ('arson avenue, was t h a scene of thi' happy Riitherlim of forty yoiiniiMti'ts. AfiiT n mrles ol Kuiiich planned for hoih In ami out of rii.ois, the I'hildri'ii h fit' Invited to thi' flinlnir room, where there was a won derful hIkM to heliohl. In the renter of the tahle was a larue wicker hiisket filled with pink and white rosin, the (enterpleee IicIiik oulllnert hy Hi x crvH lal eandleHiliks In which pink and while tapers were Mazlnit No birth day party Is complete wllhniit n hlrth ilav cake, and necnrrtlntjly. h larue cuke frosted In nlnk and white re posed on one end of the loiik' talile nronnii w hich the attractive xrotip (,f ihllilren was sealed. Japanese cats and dims as the place markers were taken Inline for favors. Mrs Capps had aked to aid her In entertaining and servlnir the children Mrs. Carl Hudson, Mrs O. li. Hunt. Mrs. rs. Meyer, Miss Hester Map Wilson and Miss (lay Ollphant. The little guests HER CONDITION QUITE CRITICAL lint I'nletu I.atly Hull! l'i IIT Shut tered Nervous System Hy TnMnj ( ardiil, Ihi- Woman's Tonic Koleta, Tetin. Mrs. Uz.ie Terry, of I.'olela, whose Illness for three years caused her friends much worry, makes the following statements for publica tion: "I suffered terribly for three years, from sick headache, and was Bo nervous at times, I could hardly stand It. I had draRinni? pains, and pains In my side. Finally, 1 not the blues so, my mem ory not bad, and I was hardly able to ko. I wrote ynu for advice, and after taking three 'hollies of Cardui. the woman's tonic, I am stroimer than ever before, do not have headaches, or those awful pains in my side, and feel like a new person entirely. I ean never thank you enough, for what your medicine has done for me. I believe I would have been In my Kinve, had It not been for Card ul. 1 wish all women who suffer would take Cardul, the woman's tonic, and be happy and healthy." The success of Cardul, In benefit ing sick and tilling women, Is due to the fact that It Is a hulldins tonic fur the nerves, as well us for the physical system. It is composed of purely vegetable Ingredients, which net gently and naturally, without bad after-effects. Why not try Cardul for your troubles? N. IV Wrl'e to: Ladies' Advisory Iiept., Chattanooga Medicine Co, Chattanooga, Tenn., for Special In btructlons, and G4-page book, "Home Treatment Cur Women," sent In plain w rapper, on request. N. n Writ tu: I.aitirn' Advisory Dept.. Cliiitnoiinitra .Mi'diciiin I'o. llinttnnoiicii, Tfiin., fur Si.tiiiI In.itrii.-li.iliN, mid 114 puc hunk, "Hntiii' TreHinn'iit for Wotmsv," sent in plain wrapper, on request. You Can '' Have Your Wish- For Either a Beau tiful Brown or Raven Black Hair Ci...VJ Yo:i -1 'n't ha- r to fJf? H wMi an b'ir. J'it i innkn up yutir nilua mw Itiat yon irt K"ln tr Mruer Ti l T"tir,lf of that druy, tirf ifcrt,or failfil linlr r itaintn lb vlth Mia. Ittor Vl:ntr Lint llii'r MMn. lurlf ftur nrl-cl drugs i will 'IM'T Th pi ca U onlf $1 t 'r ft hitti ttiM 1 sl )"H a Jf-i Dn cvl H Ait t m'I 7'tir lifttiig o4 . WslBiit Ttnt, tr II lnui to If and 'Mrfrl'f and Im ci thf liir n't t'j. It IM nuif n ff-r ni-inmu o"'-m to ipi'ir Hl "nilirf"l itBtn Whui frc f riii n4, nlb'r tilttr ftud H i c rimi"'in ;i, and iil ant rub ell. ,.i .i.r, 1 1 irilmant, m fr i r.i prf fr ft l-l, ithw end 1 'nt fr il '", WIWwr I'.i iiir-.w.iii nul'iftluft i"k 'n ll;rf.'nf llf-'-r n I , tf tiftir fr.r im tn aUIn fi t.pU, frt. I -id nf hif. '.n1i l df Mrs. P i tar a Mrglaitto tmptf Ca.( Ifoton BiagM Ctncirtnaii, enta, h:h orn own im.wn ok I'l.OOIt OIL KOIt YOl K H(H M I I'AMMi, 25c gl AKT. I'honc 2323. I'reo DcllTPry 11 m 1 m IMHJI WIHiiJ UUJ I , Li'MlWWi'jiILl waip ,l' -.i ' . I h Im it.illi.n-4 i ' 1 1 1 1 1 , M.ii.n.l I 1 1 nun. ku li' I nu I It leii and I ii i 1 1 a le i iif fi 1 1 KIom ,i At.iiiiiii.il'. M air. ii t McM.nl, Moili' i I ,ki-i. -:'.i.a belli I.e.- S,iiks, I- ii.al.i th I I L in , ( 'i. i uM, Miller, Iruinl.i i Mayo, Louise ( )ir, M.iiv Cut berlne i Kieloif, .,lS,e ;i, I, man, I I'hy , Mill 1 I L, II I II Alldels. Helen Kellolirh :niil i in n l iann, I larry I 'unnely. . ' 'bill 1' s I'anue, J, lilies Meeks, K..V j I. lair, .hm I'l. iiiins, Mlllain I'lir.-it, I Lawrence SlcMiirt, William SUk.'l. Thomas l.iunlnTt, iiscar iluilson, IOiii- esl Mil'cr, l-eUaiit llann Ilooih lvelo:u;h, I'aul lialloway nmi lil'li liall.realh. Itfi Hill. Miss 1,1,, Soldiini and Miss llnz.'l ix of the Tulsa riano M ill. i,l, nf which Mis 1.1a ( I. riualnesi..ii ks is ilin ctnr. were heard in recital .'ster ility afternoon at the residence nf Mrs Sparks ami Miss Soldanl on Sou'h Kl wood avenue, the proxiam heini; given before un asseinblage of about s. v- nty-flve guests, liladnilll and while ruses decorated the rooms Into which the guests were Informally received and the affair was a very delightful t tie socially hi well as musically. Misi Scldaiil, who possesses a verv rich and vibrant soprano voice, sang her debut program In this city, much to the delight of her hearers. Miss Nix In her s.rb's of readings iiii.I imper sonations, was quite charming. Mrs. Sparks aconi punled on the piano ami Miss M vun ( 'nggeswell gave the vio lin obligators. Vesterdav's nffalr was the first of a series of recitals In which the Instructors and pupils of the school will he beard throughout the fall and winter. The program fol lows: Spring Song s. Fes, -a I'rotestatlons IIohkt A. Noirls Miss Soldanl. Violin (ibligato Miss Coggeswell The I.ady of Lyons I.vtton Miss Nix. His I. nllal, v Carrie Jacobs Bond The Woodpecker Nevln Miss Soldanl. Wooing Jane Mumbolt The Iletrothed K IplInK When the Honeymoon Wanes.... Selected l.lttle Hoy Hlue Fields Miss Nix. Tl l'n go () I'adre Nieolae Miss Soldanl. Violin uhllgato Miss Cnggeswell. Married. Miss Kvelyn Kutzlaff, of Ku n sas ( ity, and Mr. Walter Carroll, of Tul sa, were married Saturday afternoon at 3 : SO In the parlors of the Connor Hotel at Joplln, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ryan of Kansas City, accompanied the couple for the ceremony, which was followed by a dinner with the wedding party as guests. Mr. and Mrs Curroll arrived In Tulsa Monday night and for the present will be at home at No. 7!9 South Iienver. Mr. Carroll is a allied employe of tho lilvi rslde Western Oil company. Seniors of Academy V.Utt Officers. The senior academy class of Ken dall college, held Its first meeting the past week, t which time election of olllcers was held, resulting In Mr. tiavlord Simmons being elected presi dent: Miss Jessica Kothhammer, vice president: Miss Maud Hundley, sec retary and treasurer. A meeting was called for the present week to finish up the business left over from the first meeting, and a hay rack ride to the country is also being planned. Compliment to l!rlde-Kivt. Miss Cladys Stebblns' compliment to Miss 1,1 la Kussell, one of next weeks' brides, whom she Is to attend as bridesmaid, will be a hrldire and hose and handkerchief shower Mon day afternoon. Ituy Summer Homo In New York. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hull, of South Main street, have purchased a beau tiful summer home at Mavvlllc, on Lake Chautauqua, N. V where they pent the heated season this vear. Mrs. Hull will remain In Mnyville until Into In the fall to superintend the work of putting the home In read iness for their going th'-ro lu x: year. Luncheon for Itiidal Pnrlv. Mrs. Charles T. Wilson of No. GOf! North D.nvcr avenue will have th" members . f Mis.; I.Va Russell's, bridal party as guests for luncheon at 1 to day. The afternoon will be spent at bridge. Pr. fl. S. Ttobnlson left Monday night for Ocono.nowoc, Wis., w here he is called by the illness of Mrs Robinson, who Is confined In n sani tarium there Mrs. Hohnson has been In III health ever since she went north for the summer with her mother, and her condition Is now said to be seri ous. Mr. and Mrs. rercival K. Magee, nf No. 1 1 o r South Cheyenne avenue, lire leaving the last of the week for I. os Angeles. Oil., where Mrs. Magee will spend the winter with her par ents. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. ilreene. Mr. Magee will return In the course of a fortnight. Mr. and Mrs. William Carnlll are expected to return next week after spending the sumiiK r In llattle Creek and Mount Clemens. Midi. Miss Sa die Carnlll will go on to New York and riilladelphla for a month's visit before returning to Tulsa. The Misses Tloselle Flanagan and Tttith Snyder have returned from a few diivs' vMt In Independence, Knn, MnnnnnnnTOM l.cl liuHy ! . Xo licailnclic. stoinni'li. bad breath, constipation. Oct a 10-cent box now. Are yen keeping your liver, stom ach and bowels clean, pure and fresh with Ca "carets or merely forcing a passageway every few days with salts cathartic pills or castor oil'.' This l-'i Important. Cascarets Immediately l b anse the stomach, remove th" sour, undigested and fermenting food and foul nasis; take the x ess bile from the liver and catry out -f the system the consti pated w .. te matter and poison In the bcwels. No odds how sick, headachy, bl'lous nmi cons lpated you feel, a Cu secret tonight will straighten you out by morning. They work while you sleep. A la-cent box from your drugL-lst will keep vntir head clear, stomm h sweet and your liver and bowels regular for months. Don't forget the children their little InsidcB ieed a gentle cleansing, too. h.- Ill'1 t , M i;i,..ii.iMi I .in-a', Kill, Ice .ilit l.i U I - I . Hi LIVE!) ID BOWELS Rivals Her Daughter in )'uuilifiil lu'atity I I I 'III ..., ; , I,. , , A , II i.M ,c l, . I. (ill Clt , is ., . ! j., v , , iti.it I i-kmi-I i . i..n iIji .-ii., ii ii . ii p. ' ic -In .1 i. . ii.i j .. ., .. Il Mil ll",l, - I.. . ,;.rl mi , ,n,, ,, ,,,,,, , i,. ti . n, 1H li 1 1. II , . ... , . ' ' ! Mill i ,1. . I I I I, ., I , I, ,, ,T I, ,a,l,l,; l In- k :i, C , , , - I , iiil ,',. I li.- ruiiqil,'" ,,h, M ;,,,.( , l,. j,, ,i t !., nppiii.ic .-it.-, t h I.,., ,i. Hi,, p., i, , , i, ii ii. p. I III I ( 1 1. 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(Millie, hale alllled In'llle finiii tin- north, where Mis ll, t,i ami lill.alielll spent tile silllllinl, illll.llit,; Ihelr lllne between Chicago, Like (ieiieia and i icouonioii nc, U is Mr. I'lnlllp Kales and bilile, who was .Miss 1'onstallie Sililoeiler ol I'll. iiitli, Minn., bale iiiiiieil 111 Tulsa am! i ale .it their lesiilence on West Thi r j le.'i.th si cel. Mr. nmi Mrs Kuiin will ' In at hoiiie in friends after in to iler lil. Mr and Mrs. M . .1 . Allen and dill ill in, nf No mill South Main street, I lie home from a few weeks' visit with I'datlles In New York Male. While gone the) sa Kutlalo and Nlaguru and ot In- rplaces ol liitei esl Mr. and Mrs. Hal Tailor and baby, M.mrine, nf Wichita, Kan., ale guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sanill'ord Kelley, on South Cheyenne aiciitie, for several dajs. Mrs. Taylor and Mis. Kelley we slbters. Rev. and Mrs. Hugh Mcllirney of Smith Che) nunc aienue. who iiaie been spending the past three months ii'd a half In Iienver. Colo., are ex pected to return home this evening. I 'r. Ida Uiyinan and (laughter Miss I'aullnii Layman, enters iikla hoina university as a junior. Inning spent her freshman and sophomore year In Kendall. Mrs. I'aul Madansky and voiing son, Truby, will remain In St Louis for a few weeks' visit with relatives. Mr. .Madansky returned Monday after a two weeks' absence. lir. T. C. Stephenson of Cedar Falls. Inwa, Is the guest of his relatives, Mr. and Mrs. I . H. Leonard and fam ily, on South Cheyenne avenue for scleral da) s. Mr. and Mrs II. J. Oppenhelni of I'klalmliia City, are spending the week In Tulsa as gnosis of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Sterns of the llammett apartments. Mr. and Mrs K. J. Freiman of Morningslde addl'ion are the parents of a new son, w hose arrival was noted yesterday morning. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Martin and son, baby James, nf South Cheyenne ave nue are home from a few weeks' vIhII in the east. . , Mrs James S. Imveiiport of Vinlta will b" the guest of Mrs W. Val Jean llldilison on South Moulder avenue to day. Miss Katherine Anderson Is expect ed to return this evening from a visit nf several weeks ill Texas. Miss Coggswell, Phone 3137. violin teacher . ad v M. H. Watera. Undertaker. Indy 'sslstant. I'rlvate ambulance. 14 W. Third. Tltono 93. adr Dr. I.arklns, Osteopath, over Kress' adv .smmtat city ArroitM Ysiiii' Ni:XT I'ATKONAtii: I'l.l M TO I' ALL. Now that the postimustershlp of Tulsa county has been settled, the light among local democrats centers on the appointment of till assistant city attorney to till the boots ot Karl Sneed, assistant prosecutor, recently resigned. Scleral young ileum, rati. attorneys are candidates for the po sition and the commissi, in is being dally embarrass, d by the freinds of these aspirants. The commissioners and the mayor are loalh to commit t heniselv es until they bale thorough ly Inv. stlgat.-.l the' ability and the (legibility of thi hi- young lawyers from the standpoint of party service. It is not likely the matter will be settled this week, unless the mayor and commissioners agree on a suc cessful candidate before the Friday meeting of the board. (OVntACIS WILI, Jti; AWARDLD hy thi: must or M'.XT .MONTH. It will now b only a short time, posslby by the first nf October, until the Individual ubirm system and (all boxes are in working order, according to Clil'f of I'olicc KJ Voder, 'lues day afternoon. The inntract has bieii hii Im i 1 1 .'il to Tulsa elect riclann and ns soon as the bids are opened, which wtll be the latter part of the week, the contract wlil be awarded and the system Installed. The first contract only (alls for eight call boxes, to ho Installed In the huart f the business section. However Chief Voder says that additional ones will l e installed within a short time. I'li'b r the system that in to be In stalled, more dfelent police protec tion can be easily afionled as patrol men may he called to the station in a moment's notice. When an oltlcer Is wanted, all that is nicessary under the system which will be Inaugurated Our remark able showing of Men's and Young: Men's p?;9Mr. rail Suits at $25.00 CJf Wo say remarkable for that is what they are in every sense of tho word. If you would take a little time and compare these suits with what is shown in most siorcs at this price you would readily ag;ree with us that we have surely scored a point. (f Hut the superior quality of our clothes is only one reason that should bring you here for your fall suit. Another reason and equally as important one is the great variety of styles we show. Where in most most stores you will find one or two styles to please your fancy. You will find here dozens of styles -one more beautiful than the other and all representing; the highest type of Men's and Younj,' Men's Suits ever shown at Tulsa's Croat Value (Jiving Store Colonial Trust Co. CAPITAL $100,000.00 SAFE BANKING DEPOSITS GUARANTEED LARGEST STATE BANK IN TULSA COUNTY. J. V. Orr, Pwsident E. L. ORU Vice President oi i:si: i si'Wisn i ritii: T'lililHlicd with The Smith American! Si ini-Montlilv, $1.00 the ye:ir. I. T. rilll-IMV Ailili'.s li"X L'l 07 fura World. mi 'in u.i. o licit ii w i: ri;iln Mi TALK Alt! M I m i; t i hi.. Mm W. A. Adams rcuinsts thut you ( all i.i". n her personally um) have i. , ,.1,11,1, il talk ul,, nit her one. Kiveral U'li'S Inive lieen tinalile to 1 1 .n il no' in r my idione and Iikvc rc )iiitid tli-it I urn nut hero or tliut I do not exist. I think that otliem who urn siilf, nn; like me should hear who tieiitcd me Many peoil(i are Koim? iivia.v every vear for treatment, mid as I am a Tuls.i I, ouster I want them to know that there are liettcr doctors rmlit here in TuNu tliun they will Le likely to l!iid In larKer cities. I shall stay close l.oiiKi every p. in., and in vite loll t" come nnd talk nlmut my case. All my frlemlK know how 1 suf fered with it nervdUH female tnnilde, and you ."n Bee me now in koo, health Mv resilience is L'liL' Koiith KlKln. i:l, . tro-.Mcdlcal liocturs I.vnn and Klnihall are located 3I!K Holilnson Arcade, ph. m. 3131 . udv Is to pn" an electric liutton whl.li will miik.. a llk'ht In the call l,..x if the ot!ic( r called. Such a system Is used in all larKH cities end will like ly prove a (treat ail vant.ise ;i . otei timi hero. ,ol I K i I i : i : i-nt Tin; Ti; ni us TIkiiisiiiiiU Will Itii Here During llie lirlstmui llolldu.v. Alttiiiiuli the tltre Is yet three mniitlis ni'iy when llie Tulsa teacheri Mill l,c c.'.ied uioii to entertain hun dreds of ! it hers from ou r the utatn iio iiii ' 'line to attend the annual i-late t. in tiers' cofuiTtiun, which will he lield I, ere dullnif the I'hi i-t'ruas holi l.'iv s. the loial 8( hool peoplii arf luaklni; i i' llmlnary .laiis for the ro-i-eptlon i.f their rik sts As I 'mist inns this year falls on Thursday, It Is likely that tho stuto ADAMS RE0UES1S ii-- - I l . t ; v ' r. - Your Protection Madam W6f VOW? A7ACROMt SPAGHETTI, ftEADYCUT; 1 AGLF PtODU&i You can do in a very few minutes, what the United Statea Legislature has been trying for years to do. You can elimi nate the manufacturer, who tries to Bell vou short weight packages for the misbelief that they are full weight. Many concerns manufacturing Macaroni, Spaghetti, Ready Cut and other paste put up short weight packages and sell them to you for full weight goods. Your scale should be your protection. Experience has taught many housewives that EA CLE BRA ND Macaroni, Spaghetti and Iieady Cut are always nut up in FULL WEIGHT packages-that their quality is the best and never varies, that they cost less and goes further. Just say to your grocer EAGLE BRAND he can supply you. McAIesler Macaroni Factory, McAIester, Okla. 22 different kindt mad. rem cut i',n will he held on the U9, ami :tl. The Tulsa school t.-acheiH are very eiilhuHliistii' over the event and nill endeavor to make the emu ciiiimi thin liar the most "llccenflfill In jean. (i-t of A. iV M. idleur. (iKI.li.M. I'lTY. ( ik la.. Sep-. 23. --(Sp'-. lal. I A' , onliim toa financial -! m t in i n t of the p oil'ti and dis-ii'-n.-iuiiiii for 'he A. SI. college lor the fis-c.il )i ar end n k June 3'l, r uluiiltteil to (joicinor Cruce, It te(.ulri'd $:iu9,Nl. to run that In stitution, with all expense! from w hat ever tuurc (or the flmal ear uieii- S'M " -; 'I I . I V .' - i . ' u X s.1 1 -if- .rNit' $25.00 The Host For 7 he Price A I zv ays i . MR it mm I. F. Crow, Vice President. Ren D. Marr, Cashier. j tloti'd. Accordlni; to the rep, u" Hie itifitittimi It hi-If i-anii'd and lo'lc-tcd i.''t').,)l outiiid.' i.f any ,'i, pro pi latlon or f ind. Tin.!, toiii'thcr ith the other wan ! n 1 . The fun. In from u lili h tlie Imh It ill, ,n d. lived Itn inaliit.iian. e inoni'V are the Hatch fund i f",cral I, $l ."..niii. Ad. hum fun 1 ifeder.il'. jr,.nii'i. station hii!c r"- . lpt.1, $.,4lil l. Morrill fund. $!'.. nliii; r-.-ction IS fund. $'... i;;,; incl dental fund, $.'s,7 ii ( in) ; dan v c.ini irilHslon fund, 2 4 . 7 f. S SI 7 ; piiiitlni: fund. JS.Hnl.tia; dorinltorv fund. $14, J1.H: "ectlon 13 fund, .1l.2'.i3. Iiouhc hill Gil (geneial nppiopiiati.ini il,- When You Think o( FURNITURE 11UK Ol' HAVVKIN'S IV miiv iiiiil cuiiMiIt iih re ur;i I'd nm' ''iirnitiii'c Price Hid Terms. We are Lead -rs. N.E. Cor. 2nd and Cinn. Tulsa Piano School Incttrporatod New World Itullillng. I'ltinu, I .('Mi -heti.ky Met Inn, Mimical 1 1 ml ol y Mrs. Oer- IHJllllO .Spill'liH. Voice-. Miss Snldnnl. I :x IT.-Msliin, I'liv.nciil Culture, Ml-n Nix. Wind Instrument!!, Il.iriiinny, Mr. Kiciusii. I'lK IXI'S .studio, Itl.ick 14:s, I'.ch. lilaclt I 1 0 L'. SOMETHING NEW im i s oitwi.i: 1'iz Bcrved only at KIMIAI I, Xi ((. i:ea tested hy lir. Woodward, tho (ipticlan. 20 l.ust Second Street, riionc H2. SUCCESS RESTAURANT 119 S. Boston I . B. BAKU MEALS 25c Have form made over your own fig u r o, reproducing vmir every Una and c u r v a. Adjustable to any height, o you can turn hem of Hklrt. Satlifao- tlon guaranteed. 418 8. Denver. 1'hone 1482. Highest Cash Price paid for wrap Iron, metals, ruhlier, whiskey and beer bot tles, ra(s, hones, etc. Send for price list. TLLSA JIM & BOTTLE CO. 412 K. First St. I'hono 57 J Tulsa, Oklahoma. PHONE 39 WHITE Ka LINE SERVICE AT ALL HOURS Women iidCMUm an St'i tfltDUs ?l!L0ChS IROM YAW Page Transfer 109 8. Cincinnati. Fbont 15BI. Dr. J. li. Jvurgas srtf:t'i.VLi!tT Eye, Ear, No3e, Throat (lltiifl currecllT ft'li! Silk utiitii.ii (.luiumd. 2iV, ft Maiu CoiitiiiA'.ioa Tt9. MARY C. MAXCV upetiH h r art .studio. 1.'4 W. Seienth, Scpiciii !icr lMh I'lassi-.H in IHI, U.i'i'' I'olor. Tipc.itry ,-im.I liiina. I'.ils i-nrollliiK in the next ten da wii lie Kiicn 1j h us fur 1UVi). Ill ma 1 ISil. f L 7 . . All funds were dim h.irijed, shown by tho report.