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THK rtJLS A DAILY WORLD. Tl RRD'A'Y, OYfM D K R is, !i 3
c E VF.N Friedman Our Ideals of Store Service 'In ,-ri U OUT "ill IMJHB in Mi'-li .1 IllHU nrr tiiUC will Ofllj lirinu lc;is;ili! rcr illci-i iniiv of thoir pmvhasos hew, This its the foundation of our btwi lit ss. the staudai'd uliiVii we maintain, ;iinl which i;is brought gratifying sue (( ,to our efforts. Vou will Ciud ;it this store oulj such goodts as we know to full value for W lull ll IS J f IV t llilll. i select w ith judicious care ever) ;i ri icje, t li.it it limy be voH Liy of your consideration. And VV' ai e-onfidenl th.n now here eau article of equal value be purchase for less, h will give ins pleasure to demonstrate ihis to you .-n anv time. JUST ONE PRICE ONE JUST PRICE of iht n.u-i.al program which IH '" rendered -I lb illver tu in IN how I of Mm W n Mil " Hmiih CfceyenM a. , Friday afternoon, November lt I Tin- M I 1 1 1 I" kH'ii 01 MM Woman's auxillari '" board' of mission of Trintii Hoigeopal church. Willi iln I li ill .1 - 'i in i i mbi ri "f the Vuiaa Woman . lull ipi iigi en aftet n i nil i ha 1 modern Inventor yeaterd) afternoon I In tti humo ol Mr a. Brnebergrr The telephone, Ita wonderful PonvenUbio Mini ii ai limlnation of tin- barrier ot dlatanoe wti dim uwd In en cgcetlenl i npr i" lira P .1 Mum Hi r.ilWIm: M.i. 'Inn. . i hi IBVI ntloll "f Thomas A . Rdlsoii w.,s given b tint, C. W'. Campbell, 'I'Ih federation and what ii ini "in to Tula to hi th 1 "n vcutlon ' iii ii Ut pl ndM In4i ,,f women who assembled in iii. ins last v i k wan voiced !' iht iii.ii' and the 1 1 ri inn of Hi.' mi lulu ra i pi i at il in the reaull on u.ith. i ing Mle kdnh li liiuenn' i. . i are "H Um auger it- 'i l la 1 1" .m s ui .1 ' a .1 unanimous!) agrei ii to la the distinctive featuii of the meeting In i n i iiili' Oratorio Him'H. i in m at Mond i e enin. .i1 I fu Ruaton Aw inn MettiodlM chureh an oratorio -in i' o which ii i s promt "i good thing niuloally, will be or ni.ii ... Mi J. w Bweggerty, ot Chicago Mr. Btvaggrerti la latel) of Muskogee, and hat lei opened h smith I It. i his .-ii v 1 1 is 1 1 1 ii arani befoi 1 1 1 1 v iH'taka ' lull .i few iveekw agi v .is .i ii iii ' ' t in ui li favorubli inent mil In a warm vileoino . lea "1 the elty, ini. l Him i i iIimj iii receive -i i he muali .' I clr- III I Friedman SOCIETY NEWS VERA OWYNNK TKLEl'lldNF. BOO HOU1..S 1 TO 11 AND 7 TO 10 P. It .Mis. a A. BmMI'd slater, Mis Pufh, if Indiana. (J neat "i the affair were fur tin- niiisi pari matron from out of town who remained over after the clone "f i in i "iii enUon. II IMHW i iU SDAB. Mrs. Ralpb Lockwood rivoi lunofa oon. Mis. a. Miller Kammett la hosteaa to Tueaday bridge dub, Mrs. Harry Culbortaon entertain in (ormally at bridge, Tueaday Book olufa meet v ith Mrs. John Roy. Tuesday Whist club meeting with Mis. .i uiiua ICahn. Holightful int. ii naalltlea, Mrs. K. K. Bhallenberger extended tin. boatptallt) .it her home qUR In Cormaily Baturday afternoon, Uw courteay being eapeciall) to Mrs. j. j. shi-a of FJfefllaaville, who waa In attendance at the rder$f4on laat wek, being a gueat tin meanwhtl in her daughter, .Mrs. J. J. Bullixan'a iiomi- Tin- afternoon ara planned in order thai Mrs. Bhea might again meet the matrona, of wtioni Mrs. Steal lenberger was one, who win en tertained in the visitors home in Bartleavllla during the cliatriii con vention laat prmg. Mrs. Bhallenbar-en- at 'his time preaented her sis- ier, Mrs. I'. 11. BlkHW, Of Boaton, and ; Coming Here im .Mr. iiiul Mrs. C. II ' family an- eapei t. ! I from Park raburg, W . Reafdi m . Maroney ami n arri1 e oon 'a , for reai- denoe. Tin- young daughter "f the family. Miss Helen Maroney, i be ing much feted b) her friend Inci dental to her expected departure. The Parkeraburg Bentlne s.ijs the follow ing of a pretty farewell oourteay to Miss Marone) last weeki "Farewell Part) -Complhnenutry to Miss Helen Maroney, who nii her parent, will soon leave for Tulaa, okla , to reetde, Miss Aurella Kimp entertained a number of young people very pleas antly at lo r home "ii Oeorge (treet. Musi, and game furnlahad amuae mini ami entertainment for aeveral hours, and at nine, thirty o'clock de- licloui refreahmeuta were served." Miss Marguerfte Chtvin, of Bouth Cheyenne avenue, has returned from Independence, Kan . where she whs the giust of friend for a week, Miss Qavu ent especially in appear in i piano and voice recital. Mrs. Ouj Loir Pgrri courteaj i" Miss Bella llynum the wi'ivs Pride neot, was .i matinee party on yester day afternoon when tin- Mism-s Bar Hunt, F.va IP He .i. ! niou, ijaj iliph .mi. ii. -si. i' Mae Wli .hi. Mabel Ooatii Mildred dcNunghlon, Howde Lewis . i ml Mrs. Clemenl T. Bumgarner wer. ley gestt for the vaudeville perform inn i- of tin- Einpn a. Inv llatlons lor Itei riiciii M i s. i '. r. i atrer. Mis. . I-'. Sink .-Mid Mis. .1. Allen V eiiker have Issued Invitation for a reception Wednei day afternoon at Oie home of the 1 first named hostess, No. I12fl Bouth I i:. .1.1. i.r avenue. The affair is given in introdi Mrs. Claudi Tuttle and Miss Una Tuttle, who recently re-' moved to Tulsa from Muakogee. ci onil RtM'Blnl of Si'rii-. .Miss Mary Cover, organlai of ih Boston Kvenue Metodlai eburoh trill 1 n;io tin second of her rle of organ tecital planned for the winter, on j next sun i.-r. afternoon at Hi" church Miss Cover Will he asslsl'-il by Mr. J. W. Bwaggerty, baritone who recently i conic lo Tulaa t" locale. iiiidrco io Bidinarap. The children of Trlnltj Bunda school arc naked to gleet after acteooi : todav for rehearsal of music for ad- vent and Chriitmaa, Mothers ar re cpieati d to sec i hat i he ctolldi n at present at thin time. Restricted Three Day Ladies1 Tailored Suit Sale Mr. Charles Gilbert 1 it's' Tailor Deaiitpf to Btitiouuci ,i lluve (T dai sale ' Tailnri'd Kuits ( hi urdefs I ! etl Tuesday and Weduesduv nf tins week M r. ( iilhi it will make regular (rii.'t suits for aWi, 'inil regular ir'75 suits for Tht'M' gaitiieiits will in made strictly to measure and eoinjileted with tin usual Hilbi h iuiiv, Oi'dci's taken iii tin1 sab " be ttunjdeled h Tliaiiksiiiviiiir. Charles Gilbert 322 S. Boston (Clinton Bldg.) INTERESTING FACTS! Mme. Japrosc Talks on Personal Cleanliness Tin daily bathing liabll is more than H lie -ire to gpuegf clean anil bright. It is a positive necetaity for complete heallh. Tin' POPN of the t-sin grg ngture' breath duct ami in ion them up is in Invite ill health. Tint happleal men and women ami children on earth lire those w ho are perfectly clean, an. I perfect cleanliness come from the ue( in Uie battel, of Jap Roae, the bubble hath snan. 'the delicate oilor of this delight fill toilet requisite cues one thai, getise of perfect cleanliness; free from tin1 ihIois of ii piration, Bold ut ttc by almost every guod merchant in the country, Butble Batli A SKlit 111 BIAIIIT IS A .101 IlifiFViH WeVe here to look our best; io create Favorable impressions among those we seek lo m II uc net . JAP ROSE SOAP is the perfect i leansc r for the skin. ( 1 1 1 1 1 i n i s I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n s I 1 1 1 vi i fl tii -i i l its purity h.is w itlistood aasr -ejggggjgggggB r .gejgga m 2 i Dr. T. FELIX GOUKAUDS ORIENTAL CREAM OR MAGICAL BF.AUTIMEH Itctnovfti Tun Pin pit f reck let, Mmh i ii-.. bei Rath Bu aii'i Skin I likmtti irt dftn Hon H baxxtood the trttof t ymnii mid i fa baruileM t.tirr It lo be lure it it id- 'i i ; v nude. At cept no i ounterfeil hi mi In i ii ii in r Dr. 1. A. Snvre Mid to 1ml- i t Ihf hitutli 11 (a paHentlT Ai you bKliet w II n elhem if COtntuend Gouriud iC'tam' ,r tin Ira t hiirmful of alt the sum prepriraUoni 'i druggiatt ini i( partmeol Htom tn 1 1. Hopkins &, Son, Props., 37 Great Junes SV.N f M M l I ( 'III t.t Null S. Ml Mllligan i Morgan aere im home of Dr. and Mi Monday evening. ml Prof. DcWItt Iietni guest at the i tiluesr Social. The rhristtan Blndeevor society of ih. Clrat Preabyterlan church will hold a Chineae social this evening In ihe ehurch narolra. All the young people of the church are Inviteg, Mi h Ellznheth Cobrecht-0 lall, a elever young actress v. ho appeared ii Tnls. i last season will be seen here luaiii this neck, when on Wednesday evening she will play a had part in "I Ittle Roy nine." "Miss Qoodall" la the youna woman's tage name, h"." ever, sin- Is a ltet flobreehl ot 'his cltj Haw ley Fifteen or more Btudent and faeu Hy went on a nutting trip Mondaj ..ui to the Sloan farm, having a n st atlafactory day In -.11 resepeets, Miss Dmtll Mllligan, " ho has I i 1 1 the pleaaant guest of the Morgan fam ily for the past u" weeks, left Pri de evening for hei home in Indiana. The student having birthday In November celebrated with a si . in l dinner on Thursday evening at the f Mr. Will. an i Kendall club. Tin partloipnnta were Oertrude Orevef) AJleen Quarrells, Tereaaa Bhletda, Luther Johnson and Mrs. l or-icr imngtng Program. Mrs. .lames T. Forsier. one of the city's talinteil vinl.nisis, Ig In charge Turn the Baby's Tears to Laughter t.i vn i; it mc I tm 1 W II I yl II KI V III I A I . Till I M M. t aim: i ihe root OLE. It is often difficult to tell Just what is the matter with a ctviiu.' peewlah baby or child too young to acpreae its feeUng m words, but as general rule the mother will find that there is n tendency to conatlpa tion, winch has brought on u heed ache or narvoneneee. The Uttl on has no pain, hut feels "out of sorts." Tin- first thing to try Is a family remedy containing good but mild lax ative propertlaa, and men) mother will say that their choice would !' )r. Caldwell's Syrup Pepeltl. Th..us ands of mothers keep it in the hous. for such emergencies, among whom may be mentioned Mrs. John Kirch. Jr., IM1 Ahstroct Ave.. Pittsburgh. Pa. Hhe has been givina it ucoeeeful- y to little Walter, whose picture we present at three months, v.hen he Weighed It's pounds. He is a heal thy, laughing roungatef tocey and Mrs. Kirch gladly gives i'r. faldwrH's Syrup Pepsin crdlt. It saves many an Illness and many n ktfg ' doctor iii. f"i by agminietering it promptly when the first symptoms "f illmss are noticed It prevents a serloui ailment. It Is sn pleasant-tasting that no child will rcfue It. and as it does not grope, the child Is glad to take It again. A bottle can he ohiained of eny druggist for fifty cents of B81 eoliar the latter being the sUc bought i ) Mrs. Hoy I). Owynne "f Mo. 127 ESaet Kasti.n avenu has returned from I ten weeks' visit with home folks in Fort Wayne, ind. sin- area accom panied home by Mr. U D Owynne of Mont poller. Ind.. who Is joining liifi family to reeide In Tulsa. Mr. U J. Ptinsoii of North Denver avenue has uor- to Whiteshoro, Ti xas for a is-1 w ith her deughti r. Mrs. s. w. Btlnaon, who formerly resided (gggj ImA in tins city. Before returning ane win lis., make a visit with relatives In Bhn . sport, La. BATTLE BETWEEN LIFE AND DEATH Phone 3048 j I ,. . . ggaai tV (tfSl JKtr JAMES S. I) dacc Mother and W dAOo friends Christmas H STU DI0lh 1,1 ,)V -ivin- I u vj jlcm a photograph H W Ltl Is Make IIkmii for You Km Bass Studio M I'll till klrc. I dtxW 50 glaggr' TUESDAY ONLY To flose mi! our stm-k of Toss iV. Tri Iiit shoes for liii'l". uc affer our stock if i'i kid, iiitciit leather, mutt ;inl -lo1l top, foot-form st It s, sics l. I l 2, 2 1 2,3 and 3 I 2. Positive! titular $2.00, $2.25 iiiul $2.50 viihics. Tuesday niil LYONS' SHOE STORt Mn us and Hose 1 1 a s. Main Si Mr. and Mrs. I. ;. Mast.i-s of Ok lahoma City are happy over the arrival in their home of a fine beb daugh ter. Mr. Meat era, win. area formerl) load of the Tulsa schools, Is how prlnelpal of Oklahoma City high school. Mr. and Mrs. I: H. Well of Dei- las. Texas, arc parent of B fine son. who came to their home in I'alla last week. Mrs. Wells was formerly Miss I 'lint f'.lass. daughter of Mrs. T. K. Brummei of South Cheyenne avenue. 'II- of Iter Fin Htrilggle ami IIhh sin- l o, .ill, Won Mr'. 1 II McAllister of No. 12ft Bouth MUn street has returned rum. ii pleaaant visit of six weeks with tnr daughters. Mrs. Maud Young and Mrs L W Deri In Phoenix, Arizona. The V. ''. T. 1'. will meet thin aft ernoon with Mrs. J. J I : Pink, No, iii!:! South Klein avenue. Important bualnea aeoeeaitataa the attendance of tin full n emberehle. Mr. and Mrs 0. K, ByeentMdi ol No. 623 WeM Third street, ggrl as their gtwati Mr Eyaenbech' mother. Mrs t,i wis Byeenbach of tlphoa, . M . . .1 .. i 1 1 it .? him n by families alreedy fiinillisr with its merits. itesnlts are always guaran tor! or money will he refunded. Syrup Pepsin is for all the family t from infancy to old age. and be cause of its mildness fumllis should prefer It over all other remedies. It is abeolutely safe mxi rehable You will never again give cathat'lcs, pills, salts or sin h harsh ohysics. for they are usually unnecessary, an 1 In the , case of children, women and elderly people are a great shock to the sys tem, .ind hence should be avoided. Families wishing to try a free sam ple bottle can ohtatn It postpaid hy ad grogging Dr. W. h. CaMtsetl, eit Washington St . Monticello, 111. A postal card with your name and ad dress on it will dot Mrs. h. w. Reed ami Mi- ii. Btro- cher of Nownta. who wire coests in the horn" of Mr. and Mr. W. N. Sill for a week, have returned home. Mr. and Mr. A. L Tunk of South 'arson avenue have (.-one to Kansas Pity for a fatj day' ttnyg. Ki.mgd Chapter. Westminister Guild all! Bieel In the 'hunh pnrolr" Thrsday evening. Mr nrd Mrr. Clement T. Iliimgnrtx r have ret lined from a slo r trip to St. Joseph, Mo M-s l.I.e Kinsman returns tn(Hy from a ret days' stay In Kansas 'tly. Under the nw federal regulations It Is unlawful to shoot ducks or OttMf game mrds along sny navlgahle water way. except In self dtftaae. Rldgi ly, Ti nn "If it bad noi been tor Cardui, the woman' tonic," says Mrs. Jennie lOstes, of this town, "1 honeetbj bellevt I - u IU have been in ill rait- today. Therefore, I want t" a; aomettilni good for Cerdul, but 1 t an't begin t" t oough. "I was si' k a'. ed wltii WOBUUll) troubles, from February until October, nr d was In trerj bed condition. I was trleeted three ot four Ume a week, btt It did me no good. I batthd between lift and dtath, nnd niy huabend thought s.iiclv I would die. One da, I thought I would ght I'ntdlll, Ih'1 woman's tonic a trial. I tool no eonfldene In it. at all, but I. "light a botth in a few dais. I was up and doing in hOUOeajrOlh. Now I have auin' d 1"' pounds ami f el as veil as I evei fen in my life. 1 advise all "Ii k and Buffering women to ui Perdu i. it cured bh when all oth-i medicines failed If you ate v ik tlr.-d. worn-out. Of tgtfef from en Of the pains peculiar it weak nomen, aueb as liendache, taikache, painr in arm, loV Of limbs, or any other symptoms of wiununly trouble, you era urged to try Oargttl I the woman s t nlc. We think it will I. tip you. R Write in: I.sdlet' Aiiiin.rt Iti . ! tsatisno.'r M.-flicint C.. Chattaaeega, Tens for aaerial Isstrertkiafc '.il "4 ptt bosk Ih. uis l-otmekt fur fftB." sent i ii blew r i ue nit. Walter Btrange, Th icasjon was honored b) thi presence of the moth ers Of the yoiitiK ladies Mrs. J. J, Quarrel 1 of Fairfax, Okie,, and Mr. Bhielda of Tulaa. Dr. Hawley was ulso a guest at the table and presided as host. The tallies was pn-ttilv decorat ed in the coiieg. colors and cryaenthe mums, tin- large birthday cake crow rod with . smiles being the at tractive center piece. The Club birth day dinner nice a month arv becom ing very special features ami are ag- erli anticipated by ihe fortunate onea each month, Mrs J. J. Quarrel! of rairfbv, "k . ih i, K..te to the federation, era i g teel ut Broadview Lodge ih.s week enjoy ing a visit with her daughter, Oer trude and Alle n, as well as attending the federation. w..rk on tht new gymneatun lal progreeeing rapidly and la being watched with the greatest Intereot ti is expected to have tin structure m tdpeed so that it may be use I for the Thankaglvlng oelebration. rtcv. Wiihi it. pastor of th - Preeby teriea church at wVlnvkrw, Okla., tree a visitor at the college on Tuesday and the guest of Prof, and Mrs, Green - field at lunch. ReV. Wltttoll said he COUld i an y away a most excellent re port of th. w.ik being, don j by the inatttutlon. A BUmbef of rialton from among tin delegate t" the Federation of Women's Clubs have been out at the Oollega this week. Invariably pleas ure Is expressed in the College and Its equipment and these gratified visitors. Mrln BO tntlCh Inward making the Khool kro wii throughout th - state. Can You Really Afford to Vuy Any Piano Anywhere Before Visiting JENKINS? The two points to consider arc economy and latttiaction, Anv dealer can tell you an piano the moil economical Itutrumenl ou can buy. Bui ou ily noi obtain economy merely became yon bay a piano at a low figure, A piano is not economical if it doesn't give satisfaction; if its service is short lived; if it lacks durability and stability. This firm constantly has on its floors all styles of more than twenty-five different makes. Every one has stood the test of time. Every one is positively the best that can he bought at its reseclive price. These statements arc backed up by the satisfaction we have given thousands (if CUStOtneri Besides, when you buy at Jen kins you know that iht price you pay is as low IS anyone could buy the same piano for We have hut one price fur each re spective style of instrument We pa) commissions U) no one thai is why we use as our slogan the phrase, " NE FK1CE NO COMMISSION PLAN " If you Can't call, write. J. W. Jenkins Sons Music Co. 417 S. Main St., Tulsa, Oklahoma Mrs. Drake Belilt ger vt A walls Hut was a special visitor on WeiJnesday morning. looking over the college with the Idea of Bending her son and daughter here nest year. Hhe was aceompaniul by Mrs. Val Jean Hul dlson. Hr". Temple and Mrs. I', g. Morgan of Kendall were also Wednes day morning callers. ball park. Her appearance In the lg tette at the recital Friday night was a matter of concern to her friends and the aptnedld rendition of her part under attOfl circumslanc s rai an unusual tiiuinph. Mr. t'ryah has been m rcihcnt .at' -l that hS might also be regarded as the secretary of refuse-to-state. Miss l'orter has ben having rather seriou trouble with the bruise sh endured in the acddint at the bose- The resull of attenuate Industrial education will be "pence, prac'slon and prosperity In industry happiness and hope in our homes," In the opinion of Hecretary of t'ominerce Itedf'cld. rr The people of Macn -. ui.tv. 1111- to the memory of the late John Train nol. are planning to do hor.or. by a er. "father of the modern country memorial volutin- and In other ways. eehooL" Just to Remind You that CHANEY is still making PHOTOS at the old Stand, 210 Main St. CofUC now and sit fir your Xmas Photos.