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S ociety News kit- uV . S'NB, tEI.KPriONl Ut)0 thlii year as usual The order will ap preciate ihf favor n atoaien who an eligible will telephone number Id 01 Igddreaa P 0 Bog III Hum minut ing ti.f nutttei ol tending cut 'ho . Rown hi'l-liiin I- Mm. HUM Ult'tug. "Thai presented into huh gifts, gold ami Cranklnoeneg mmJ myrrh." I.el us 1 1 1 r t keep allVO Hi U lli.s I'.ltlVo lllltlncl fOI' fl" el Vltlg . Uf IN n than giving; H le r- i ! lug. ulna ih'-n were nothing in III bul giv ing life would last i iuir tt seat fiiv. i .m stows iiioiiutonoui unless M Is s mmpsnled ,. receiving, The suni thin ir.unvs gives out mid never takes In iieoomes hi i'1"' Impoverished and Hunted Ir in onl) as wi receive that o have iii reaouroea '"i "t which It Ih possible to give, if e 'i" not fni pleased bs favor, or arc not touched hj a am. or !' noi glow over ii token of affeution, It i beeauee wo urn spiritual!) ilaad. When one " comes self-sulTicleni that i" feeli himself abla tu nuy: "I have need ol nothing from others," then hi bat ci aaad to be normal man. Chriatmaa, than, in a great da for giving, hut It In iiIk.i a ureal dftj for receiving. Tax Christ who speaks ii UN out uf the duy la nut only a n n eroua giver but llkewlai a grateful rn ivi r. Wo 'In wi ll whfii v.e i iv phnsipe the thing ti' nvi, wa do in when wa Ignore tha tnlriga He re ceive. His geniuo for re calving wan lean wonderful than His genius fur g; Ing. it in often aaaumed that the world gavi nim nothlnc, Thle tH ba cause wa overestimate the mportance (,i money. Tha world 'in! not aive Jesus sIIm r or K"ld, but It gave Him tin things Hi' moat prlaed. what He o ad moat was the gold, f ran Win. oenaa, and myrrh ( the hunt Me Gained affection ami sympathy, grat Itude and truat, obedience and loyalty, pnd all th.se it.! received. Ti nt He aaa a man with a buoyant heart the Ooapela made clear, lie could think ,f nothing finer or aweeter for His friends than the happineaa which He Himself knew. He wan a man of gorrowa and acquainted with grief, bui we miiK half "f the OomoI atory if we overlook the fact thu He waa u)i i man .f gladnoaa anil acquainted with J"s Dr. Charlea Edward J'f (erton, in tVoman'a Home Companion. Si it a aVaterioo The bravest little tliat r win fiiUKht ; S'liall 1 till .vim: where an.l when? Ha Hie mapa "f tlit world you will timi n out; 'Twaa fought bj the mothera of men. Jv'iiN, pot with cannon and buttle shunt, as iiii kword or noble pen; Nay. a't eloquent word or thoughti Kroni imi'itiiH "f wonderful men. But deep in the walled-up uoman'a heart if w.iniaii that would nut yield, But bravely, allently, bore her tmrt l,u, tiiere Ih the battlefield. No marvhalllng troopa. no Wbpnlo long, No banner to gleam and wave; Uul bp! theae battles, thej last ao long I'rom womanh i to tin a vt, ralthful st 1 1 ! aa a bridge of ni.ire. K'lie flghta In her walled-up (own Fights on and on in th endleaa war. Then allent.unaeen, hois down. oh, ye, with banner and battle nimut. And aoldlcra to shout and iiraine. 1 tell yull the klliKlle.vf V'lctorlea f' UKht Were fuught In thoae hI1 nt ways. Oh, apotleaa woman in thla world ut ahame, with fplendid and allent acorn liu hack to il'i'l aN white as uii came 'j'he Ulnflieat warrior born. n liequeat. i,:, ad .. gall) Ui cuiatol ali'l llininl- natad Chrtatntaa nee in the mi., of I Clinton InglealoV home of Dr. and mis tii,; Clinton, yogtordM att I I noon, ii u..N tin o anion of the an i 1 'hrleuuu partj ol the club, ai J : 1 dellghta eaperlenoatl by uto women i when toe 'uii"i.s aurprlaea In atore win unfolded ware not feigned bi any manner "t meana. Dlgnttj had no part m ih aftarnoon'a urogram ixnd a. ii oi Joini d a Itto unallo; ad ptaaaure In ti"' plana of tha lioetea The tn i held for cadi "tic .i urottj gift of miN, i in rl with an avprnurtoti Iverae auuciieu ..nu after theli olatn hutlon ih. leatt (Uiaoanded to the living room where ChrlaUnaa huiu;n and atoriea i era tha pagtlgae the re niuindi . "I no afternoon, I'llnton luiih-Uiie la in beautiful holldttj attire of Krhnida of aver. Igreen, holly, miatletoe and number eaa red belle, The dining room particularly attractive Mi th tbb from which refreabmenfa were aerven bod a laiK' 1 ' lift I I'lei i of flUlt. in . i inn Plans Dance The gii-le .-f the W'hre club com pleted plans yisterduy afternoon 1"' a Chriatmaa dance m thi nbxht "f December II at the Kiks' home, Tlie club is compoaed of eevergl of 'the Kiris of younger aoolety who are in yehool Hiui their two vieess' boll- (day vacation i to be n round of ' mi n y-maMng, Mlva liradi BiMtumeN Hra, Itewej Mr. and Mrs. w Tate Bradj an nounog the marrlagi of their iiauati- lii Miss Itutli Tata Prgdy, ami Mr. jlSdwIn K. Pewey, which was very 'quietly celebrated yeeterdaj morning I at the paraonage of Boaton Avenue Metliodlat ohurch, with the panto r, , Rev. Louis s Barton, officiating. Tim ihrido'a sister, Mips Hess Brady, who is home from achool at Dana hall, WellnaUy, Mass.. rm the holldaya was 1 the only witness. j The bride is a wry attractive glr) of younger aoctets and was eilucated in Cottey college, l.urett , academy and Belmont college, Nnsiniile. Tenn., I where she w as In attendance ,t f tie fait aemeater tins yeari Bhe baa many times been honored by the U. c. V. and i . D. ' '. as a aponaor or maid at tinir conventional and 's known to alrooat every confederate veteran and "daughter" In Oklahoma. She aicted as apaMMM for the two or gantaationa ut tfieir reunion In Jack aonville laat eo r. Mr. Dewey is a son of Mrs. James Dewey of Pittsburgh, Pa. He is graduate "f Ohio unlveralty, Colum b is. and a memln r uf tin i'hi Kappu fraternity. Hi la connected with the family of the Admiral Qeonge Uewey, hib futher ha'.iiiK been a couain of the fnmoua admiral. Mr. Deway cane to Tulaa from Buffalo, N. v.. n year aiul a half iiko to fill u'i appointment In i tie engineering department or the ok- lalifina Natural company. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey are at the Brady nome, when they will remain until they can complete plans fot a huiue of t heir aw n. I Mis Myrtle Lnughltn of PitUt- ibutyli I'u, fni. I'll tin an, tu lice of the h iiuiny morning lorviot at tha ! I'realiyterian church with a planning nolo on iundA) Mian liaughlin wal I accompanied on tha organ b Mre I Harry w Kiakaddon, In whoa bom j alio in a gueai At the evomitg aei vice the on u r oh choir gave a Chrlat Intaa cantata. The beautiful deoora tluni ot pott m ua Chriatmaa graena ..mi .i a are wen given for Iho orca' i alon b Una, norma P. Andereon. Tile ti an of M ss Maltha BolM and Mi Allien t. Price was aolem- ui..,.. Kundtt) ..t II " cli" k. the cere ii. uin taking pliu at the cuti I union if tin morning preaching tervica of TlgeH Menu, rial church Itev. J. P.: McConnell oftlciated Mi ami Mis. i I'l., i will i-'.i'hMi a tllline of their i on ii ehortl) . Mis a c Jordan and liar daughter. .Mis I.. f, I well httVi iituitleil from Clarence, Mo., where they wen' called mi .., count ot t in d at h of their dauihtei and alater, Mro T. Thur man Mif.- Bthei KaJlon haa arrived home from Mount iin ichool, Boeton, for itn Chrlaunua aeaaon with her narenta. .Hi and Mn s i: .M.iIIuin of ' H.iti i Tulaa. Ml ami Mu gom tu I " ii i 1 mas holldl vs i elite. Harry He. ruin., for t ilaj have it chrlat Mlaa Ruth Toi va left y si. rda for a vlaM with Miss i. in. .a Board ol .ll UI Hum e i Menace, Joim Curran, Beriuu'd OH leaplr Pryce 'oiy, w....iu Maloney, l.i sum Qlueapte and John Burna ar j rived home Bunday night from Kan I ' an unlveralty, at Lawrence, for the Chriatmaa holldaya. Mr Htid Mis Clarron E. Render an nounce the birth ot .' sun. I'lairnn j Karl jr. wln.se birth " curred Sun day. The nsliy caitie on the third an I nlveraary of itn marrlagi of h,s par- eltS. .Mr. aim .Mrs. Hanrahan ami lit tle ilaiurhter kulherln at Lewis La.. ha.ve arrived to apend the Chriatmaa- jtlile with Mr. lianrah..i s home-folk. Mrs. Sam C Redd and nam bave arrivnd from Buffalo, N. v., t" join Mr, iieitii m i,iakinK Tuisa their fu ture place of resilience. The) are u cated in apurtmenta on Houth Boaton i a, ei. at- temporarily. Christ man Party. rr. and Mrs. i-"reii s. Clinton will hni.i their annual family Chriatmaa party on Cbliatmaa mailt this ..ear. The occoalon is to he in the way of an old-faahioned Cbrlatmaa celebra tion, with a tree and merry-making appropriate to the day Mra. Sue M. Merrill will go to Bkla took tomorrow tu apnnd the hollda) si as.. n with her daughter, Mrs. l. a. ivltrlen, Mr and Mrs i.ec Clinton will Join Mrs. Merrill Thuredaj for Chriatmaa daj i'i the M'Brlen bomei Mr. anil .irs. Mink ij. CtUUM Of the Hanuuett apart mente Have gone tu .Marion, Ohio, for tin holaaya With relatives, Attornoy 1'aul A. is Una kune to Frankfort. Ky.. for tin Chriatmaa seas, ui with his home-folk. Thla i I Mr. Avia' first clalt home in four y ears. Auss ISmma Anderaon, daughter pf Mr. and .His. Horace f. anaeraon, is home from liana hall. Wellealey, .Mass., for the holiday vacation. Sh uas accompanied hy her aunt, Mra, I w. ii. Anderaon of Boaton, for the holiday in the Anderaon home. CAN'T PUBLISH NEWS OF SINKING OF MIDtdOUS Ni.l.lMl I'AI'I lis Mil . n i i in ii si liu i m km hi hiui (Correapuita'r&nc uf the 'nieil Pih 1 Lli.MiiiX, Doc. :'l The Itiltlsli press oeneorate luu 1 ol m t permitted the Uritish newepapere i" maki ant mention of the less of the battleahlp Ami, i, . his The fa (a that the Aml.i eloua was put nut uf ot llliaalon ly u mine, ni b) a lierin.in mtlinuirlne, off in' nun hern , oaal ot In and on tola r .'7 and that tin White iter teamer oiytnplc took nfi her orew( arc well known In all ITngllah newa (inticr offices, however and $ matter of ommon report motif thi public Tiie polk ) of the adi n ..it in ih . llnliia tu ni i ' ai''. al femcni adi in Bngland la dictated ihi evt tliat iii the abaence ol uffbHul on flrmation the 1 lermana may i bink thai the report is anol llt'l iinunl which has gained general credence like the a'ldel) Hpread ml flrntlj i" lleved atorj of the pnawigi ol . Km--vi. in arm) through Qreal Hi nam to Prance, American newapapera noh- tallili.K the atorj have bnl Hold " the nev.s stands of thi London hotels, ami offered on I lei I irtrei I "V i . Iiewalioya The has made the l.ui -don papere chafe under what nonu of them conaider thi unneceaaary iiy"--uf their ceneorahip. Thi Ibiily Kewa ami Lander, one uf the atrougeat party organi of th pi hhmk govern' mi nt, publlabed a pointed prniiaai cently. A ceneorahip is . wholly new cKpel'leuce for Engl lab newapapen Tio have quickly adjuated Ihem Hclvet to the poaalblltlen of Icfylni If m tha spirit wlul nerving it In the letter. The Pall) Newa a n.l Lnader did not mention the tuda. clous, but it aaid avaryoni underai I its meaning "Rumnra of an evenl of vei great Importance to the Brltlali public havi heen circulating f". long nine juist now in the countrj t'erj full incomits of the event In nueatlon have now been publlahed In the Sv.i dlah, I he patch, thi A tm rlcan nd finally the Qcrmon pa c i There In acarcely an important publli In the world, t hat is to aay . n hu h I - not now received a full report ot the al legod ucurrciic". n cpt thai oni which is most directly affectfd l) It. "The in. Hi or falaehood of thi rc puns ;s a matter on which Judgmcnl may. and Indeed for ih monieni must, in auapended. n is iiitclligliih that tiie authorities i have ro.Mi reaaona for delaying the publl utlon of nes. favorabh or Dtherw ae, until a nine which, lii ihelr ludgnient, its publication be most effective or hast prejudicial to the pul lie Inter- 'sts. The alnoere stun, ami iinler- atanding of national p liology may oe uf important aaetetaii ' in , Htrug' Kit- aucn as i hat we in. novt waging. But it is surely a 1I ) chologli B I blunder of ' he first order meal from the HritlKh publl, newa which, good or bad, is tiie ...in ion property of their nelgfcbora," The Timea dwells editorialb upon the s.i matter. Haying "Our office is littered with Herman newspapers containing uewa wa an forbidden t publiah. We have also many American newsoapcra contain ing the aami newa, wtnh wga filrthei aent broadcaat In the Qnrman wireleat meaaagea. The present position, therefore, is that the whole world is acquainted with news Hits country is not permitted to know, ami thi rldlcu loua feature of the altuatlon la that rery large numbera nf indlvlduala in theae islands know 11 tiulta well." Every home can have a Victrola for Christmas $15 $25 $40 $50 $100 $150 $200 Nd one nrnl lr without a Victrola sn far as price it concerned, But you may not get one if you don't order in time! I here's always a hig demand at the C hristmae season ami some late-comerf naturally get left. Don't you get left. (Anne in today and pick out tiie style you wish iind we'll juit it aside for delivery on Christmas evt . The inatrument shown above ii the Victrola X, $75. Am beejdw r let o Vict rolaa, there are Victors Irom $10 to $100. Easy termi i desirod. Store Op n Evenings Unlil thristmas I int. iiieiiiu- Part . The matrons of the H .ie I n Art club wire, as children again yeaterday afternoon, and boy aoouta, sis Hop klna, iiuiies. Dinah, babv iniis, Boa ton Bravea and Philadelphia Ath- letti t, Joined hands and flreled SKIN Of BtAUTT IS JOT fOWiVtH Dr. T. FELIX 60URAUDS ORIENTAL CREAM OR MAGICAL BtAUTIFIER Prmovf" rn. Pim ple, Fteck In, Molh 1'i.tche Knh ami Sk in i "iti iui rvery birinih on liemtt i , ftud dc fiei detrctioo H buitood Ihe test of M yeoi hd4 ii o harmlfs we tte it to be lure it i ptopt I) made Ac cept nu couuteiMt of uiti ilat name. . Savre aaid tc a ii-dv of tlir imutton ta patient): As you lMtlif will tiac tP!pru. 1 re comnien'i Gatiraucl i Cfeam' the Ltmal harmful f)n!l Hie akm prepatmtkwi, At iiruga;inta ant Dt't't MtueDt Sturea. Mtt.1 Hgpklns A Son. Kips 37 1 . "'' Dr. 1. A. The Mioses Kathleen I.ellUB, Pran- ers Broach, Beryl Butler and l.eona iGalbreath are home from Oklahoma j university, Nurmun, fur thi holiday. Mr and .Mrs. It. M Drownlee have ias ilidr Rupsts. Mr. Brownlee'a par 'ents, Mr. and Mm Km anl Hmwnlee. nf rursiina. K . I Mr. Lewis P. .Main of Durango, Colo., wne tin lest of Mr. I. K. Cone :and family over Hunday lr Main Is an oW-timi rriena m u i;oimmi una ; atKpped ovair for a brief . ilt with I them, en mutt home from a trip to tin. east. Mr. and Mrs C. B. Walker wilt nun. i the Chriatmaa uoaeon e,'lth borne-folk In tVlehita, Kan. Mm. Jane Hubbard of Bradford. P., arrived Bunday tor an extended visit to the home of her daughter, Mra. liny at. Oelllna ami Mr Culllni Mrs. H. J fieri, niln. Of I'll, inker, Kan., will come tomorrow to apend aenie weeks visiting' her deutchter, Mrs. Maude Qermaini yparks. t 800 Foutli Main stie. ; Colonel and Mra T, r,. Oroei f i.iih Ancries. Cel., have nome for a visit t,i their jouaThtera, Mrs. Perclval K. Maffn and Mra. Hubert E. Puller. The beautiful ruatom in the Maaonic ludae of remembortnf the widow of its deoeaaed ihembera with Howera al Chrlatman will t"' carried cm acaln ' .Messrs Austin anil Jam 00 Qavln lofvme home yeaterday from si. Mary-, Kan., wiure they are attudenti of st ; Marys i nliege. for the holiday vena tion with then- parrnta, Mr. and .Mrs. Thomaa Qavln. The Misses Clara Pitt, tretu ami Uewm Bowen and Mi. llo Bynum arrived yeeterdaj from Druri eollopr, Borlnafleld. Mo fur tm- holiday vaca- ! tlun. laUham i reived in, me j i.i PrlnnalllH lln twl-nlll I in apend the Chriatmaa ataaon with l.areuts. .Mr. at.il ira. i:..neri i i- Mr. Jam- yeaterdas fri his ')ll' i A Pendant For Christmas VWe aw showing a uioal beautiful collection l0j !. ndauta thin bi ; thai come in thi most exquisite deaigm imaginafile. HfTliese beautiful triukets in i number ni "eases cannot be dnplicatetl as each on is different, therefore it would be extremely ad visable to niiikc your selection early, in order to luti' the very choree! patterns f,i se from. JU8T ONE PRICIi ONE JUST PRICE Friedman JEWELRY CO. Sue- atit Spatial Window. All foods at tin: iam l'l-ive. 1 2 i X k! I . ... U 1 I Q M a 3 Ha M i n m m un i 9 a;. I 31 aV.ar-STJMI bj sr aw r i Menu. PHKISTMAB D1NNKR Anchovy Canapea lilien I'elery Sall-il Xuls t'oneomme a la Royale Roaat Turkey Apple Sauce Maabed Eotatoee Oranae and Bndix'e Hatad I'lpplnn and Cheese Plum Puddlna "'mn ftrandy Pinuoa Kyllabub Note Batalns 1 nffee I! ii lei's nandiea for Christmas. Weaver Drue, 209 Routh .Main. SUNDAY CULLERS SAVED TULSANS FROM DEATH i tu rui n i si iivm lOVti I ttoM KWAt'lM; rAfi in 1 hi IK HOME. iXT" I) M Mil s i.u.ili i 'ill' 'A0, 1 lee. 21. For the tirst time in local political Ida lory claaalfied newnpaper ad i tiaementa were called upon today tu get men tu fill political Joba. a rooritanlxutlon ot the eiootlou machinery is In proKreaa. H was feared that tn.' claaal tied advertlaement nUjcht draw applications from only the unem ployed, hut membera of the elec tion commlaalon declared tms did not timi e t rue. "The 'want ad1 has made pood " aald Anthony Crarneekl, election commtaaloner. "it not only Roea to every Hectton of the city, bul Kins tn t!i" iiiinht, Intelligent, capable claaa of person leeded for this political aery ice.' The importAnrc of reaervo atrengtb and pure blood At thla period rannot b var-catlmatd and Nature' pure nouriahmrnt In .Scoff 'i niuf('on lauiiA rta lliat atrrnuth that ennchei tha blood, atrrtiiirthrns th bono? and inrifloratca tha whole ayatam, Phyticiani wvtryuhrrm prim lib it. It fa raa from Alcohul or Opiatui aajaaaaaaaw lit F MEN DEFEAT CF GERMANS I.I s I hi Mil III I I ui; I III UI III M l ill II hiTVM HM H i i.n. '.i ondi ' 1 1 TOKIO, Noi ,f llu l.a.K ml modern equipment caui ktrd I'r. . of aotdli r i th W.'.S- II IL'S Our store will be open eveni tigs until Christmas- Sinned: THE HAIL STORE defeat al Teliistau, . ra i M"i er- W aldi ernor of Klao-Chi prlaoner Ht Knhm leu a 1th n Jap man the general have req ilred hi i und men. armed " in lime realnted ord in k. Herman n1 a . a h" la held ka In an Inter i neae m aapa per jeclared it would ast twenty thoua Ith modern gu te, the Japanesi at- a JOSEPHINE STORE? Will IE, TBACnElt OK t'OICE PRODUCTION AND AUTISTIC SINGINO Niudin Sin Kmiiti i ig in I'd., i. iWTO and i ma Modern Dances Clash At Kikb 7:30 o'clurk. rangetiii.t Miss iim.i; Club T idy Nlgbt ll iirn.it iMaani by ui- I I'lIONB MISS RUTH BRADY BECOMES A BRIDE llaii not frier of Mr. and etn Bouth Quthrie, luv urteriinuii .Is . ailed at the llulll . j s Mclntyre, ill about m o'elooK Bun- j thev ori'tial'ly both i would have been dead short!) aftei- a'ard. The,, were in the parloi reading after u BundS dinner. Mrs Mdn- lre 1'iniil'l.iini .1 tn her luistiutnl nl a slialit lllne-s. I.itMt was said about It Mt th- tin, i A lw minuted later she swooned. Her ti.ishand hurried to h-r assistane. , nut wntie ne mi i ring tor her lie fainted. Tlun friends . ai.ie tn tl. lim.se. After there was Do reaponst to the - raps at tin- floor mei entareu rr"- Itrnte on the parlor flnor en Mr and .Mrs. Motntyre. A doctor v.fts ini- medlatelj called. After an hour's efforts thej were both revived. It was as that cauaed the illiies of both A thoro iah In IVeStifatlon showed thut the gas waj ScaPtnS from a pipe of Jet tn tho bnaement ana nna littered tiirnugn ito the upper pari of the house, lliiyier'B oandles for Christmas Weaver Drug. 801 South Main. What. Indoeril Jerome K. Jerome, the ISngllah hi .unat. attended, dutinc nis aojourn In WaHiingion. an explore! rat net nroS) lecture on hie efcploratlont Ti leetiire over, Mr. Jerome, as hi if t Into his motor mr pawned MM aatl What on earth Will baeoihe of ua if ail ihe nntrajs, artei tt.tn aroriu ur, tiikc tu ll. uia ' - . Inn 1Sb3&1!hh 4 i WSS- - 'tRljl flfiir '''''?:' ' WLm'S' aBHsaHiasPl 11 InaMti' ,BSBsWiila8aBBBBBBBBBa Isal Wtov a MX'jMJV.S:iJtx Lncka, avhereaa he bad a total "f onlj about Ihlrtyfl vi hundred men, and moat of the nuns Ii the Thi igtau fort ress were nf i in old i p- "All our supplj esploatvea had tn i n exhauati '1 v. hi n the Japam m began thu final ..iia-k," he aald, "so we nould offi i no n alula nd all aei'lj P one thoiisii id Brltlah truoua with iWI ' fill gui of our comhat- lll the pi i . Ii ii out all tier h gtau. W hnd und threi m n emph true' p'. i I in nnts wen ivn indi 'l fighting at 'i a i i a mn n realdenta l Ti i i i ar-old boj Thi y in tin' automobile work." About two ii Ired Qormana w.ie i killed and I ti ided, according to the genera), 1 rag nts of buret! i;; I Sheila euuaed moid of the Injuries ! Tm genera) paid a tribute to the bra verj and mark ma nshlp of I he I Japanesi IVhui the Japanese nr I till, i 'j homhnrdmi'lit was at Its he. ant, ! he ih rla ' 'I la twi n five and six linii- dred ahi lie hit each fori anil , , n the bombardment of the artil lery progreaeed, the general said. Ihe amis from the Austrian miser Kala ertn Kllcabctb, the Herman gunboat Jaguar and the destroyer B III w re landed and all aubaeuuent fighting took place on land There is be 1 , be lilt!., poaalhlllt) Of any roaaelt mink I i Klao-t?how bay. which included I le Kalaertn i.iiza- Whnae marriage tn Mr. Bdwin K. Dewey, formerlj "f Plnabnrgh, i (ton quietly aiilnmnlasa yesterday morning. 1 ne announoemi i Raddlng at thla time omen s .. real t rprni to ht'r frlsnda. r lln bath mid ten gunboat tfSi ever being rnlaed The i U i man offleei Sworda, al the expreas the Ja pai m- emperoi are are dlatrlbuted in di of Japi d deel roj - .1 p 'heir ommnnd ut Tha in ism - '.,.,' earls III I I lllllsl M s II I 1 i.uiili I ncfl Ur(. Hoarse or Paittlut Couyhs Quickly j Mm pi i lii'tiii - M(n:r Itiri'rtly, l rsrswi w wmm s in iiHirii I promt'l . nd p. i ' " remiUi gl -en ii t. pieaaan taei it, bome-made oug syi ip line caused it to be used m i home limn um othei remedy. It uivh almost instant relief and will iinunl. oversouM tho aversas tough In 24 hours, 't 2Vj niincfB Plnex f.n penti wortlil from unv ding store, pour It Into a pint bott le and fill the bottle arltb nlmn araan lated sugar syrup. Huh make a full i int -ii family supply of the nmst ef !' fie cough remedj at a rust of ourj 04 ..if or 'ess. on couldn't tuy as inm-n readt uiade cnm.:!i medicine for f'i.AO. i'i.-i prepared and never spoils, full direetioni with Plnex. 1 i promtitneaa, rertainty and ease w I " ' t lie P nex Syiup overeomefl a be ll I, i best or tlimst cold is tnuy remarkable. It quicker lnoseiis a dry. boi -i or tli lii mil and heals ml Soothe a paii t cough In a hurry . With ii p tent Iihmm cough it stop the for- mation .f phlegm li the throat and brou- lal tuU's, thus ending the annoying backing, PineS is H lllgll!e ret' entr.lteil tOSt P4iii ml of genili ie V"T'Hi pins extravt, rich .n guaia i r it fa nus the norlil ovei lor it' splendid rlfect in bronehltiiij whooping coiigl bronchial isthma and a mt' cougha. fi avoid disappointment in making ash you i , illi-i t"i "2 ouneea of Plnex. am! don't aecetrt anything elai A guarantee of ansolttte uti(ac tint , or innii. v promptly refundedi goee iti thla preparation, Ihe Pines Co., Ft IVavne. fnd. Will ll. i .ii mil tint h) I Ml let I". nl I I. ii . In - The white Christ man" idea Inaug urated in Tulaa Bunda) morning; bj (he 1'irst at, K. church gained such henrtv approval from members "f othir congregation that number of Other churches have decided tn gli several slmilai Yuii tide eelebratlona Tim service al the Mi tbudlst i h iri h lust K'initay was ilSStglied upon 00 IdOa del l' d from the legend of thi kina Of Cathay, wn.i valued nil alt'" the same su Ions wire r0 trad with whltt The church w.i beautifully decor ated In h;te, which wan prettily set ff by spot in.1'. The bultdlni was artificlall) dais.ned. All gift rang ing from little iioil bv the primary classes t" flour and other staples i Ihe adult insse. were, delivered I r fore the altar. UPQU Which Stood a large whlti ornaa am ti.e kiii alll be preaentad to one ui another ih.ir ii. nu orgnnlsallona Vu'l III t w auled t lie I' l. I in lint t'm so hoarse i can't talk l"OU wou't need lo '.ilk, it ;ir wit.