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THE TUL8A DAILY WORLD,: Villi) A Y, JANUARY 15, 1915,
SEVEN s ociety News VEItA GWYNNE, TELETIION'E 4S0O The Plilllxlliii's. The name chuiiKes, the thliiK In al ways with us. There Is u word which fascinates mo. U Ib. "dub", ll Is a delicious confection, a naive, and apt description of a type of person that dliiturnully " Infesta the race. The French call him a eplcler (Krocer) which carries with It a peculiar tlalllc nlur. The Germans use the epithet 1'hlllater. Arnold adopt .thin word and defines T'hilisttnes as "humdrum people, slaves to routine, enemies to lltflit; stupid and oppressive, hut at the sumo time very strong." And, oh, how strong they Rre! The females are arbiters of society, the dull tor ment of children, oxtlnKUlshliiK by asphyxiation of the home. The males like BoKKy lumps of human doiifch, hold down great wealth, clog pulpits, spread over books, obntjpate the teaching profession, enforce all pres idencies and chairmanships, and al together render the sublunary globe a sheet of sticky flypaper wherein hkIIo and adventurous souls are caught, wriggle, and die. The one god they know and worship Is Success. It Is they who dig the graves for genius; It Is they who afterwards erect the monument. 6elected. The Culrndat' for Friday." fchrlne reception and dance for new oflcera of Akdar patrol. Mrs. Kandolph Shirk gives infor mal luncheon. Jane Addams chautaun.ua metis with Mrs. Charles J.. Hall. Notice. In order to secure party copy and to Insure publication of contributed Items, either by mull or telephone, this department has been compelled to Bet down certain ruleB for Sun day's edition. Copy of recital or other programs Intended ' for the issue hould be In by" Friday noon and not later than tho evening of the day. Items of club meetings or happenings prior to Friday will not be received later than Friday evening, and events of Friday should be l.i as early as pos sible Saturday morning. Copy for Sunday will close promptly at 6 o'clock Saturday evening. Intermediate Itccltal. Mrs. Maude Germain-Sparks will present a group of her intermediate piano pupils In a recital program Sat- WOMAN IN BAD CONDITION Restored To Health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound. Montpeller, Vt "We have great faith in your remedies. I was very ir- t regular, and was tired and sleepy all the time, would have cold chills, and my hands and feet would bloat. My stomach bothered me, I had pain in my side and a bad headache most of tho time. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound has done me lots of good and I now feel fine. I am regular, my stomach is better and my pains have all left me. You can use my name if you like. I am proud of what your reme dies have done for me." Mr9. Mary Gauthier, 21 Ridge St, Montpelior.VU An Honest Dependable Medicine It must be admitted by every fair minded, intelligent person, that a medi cine could not live and grow in popularity for nearly forty years, and to-day hold a record for thousands upon thousands of actual cures, as has Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound, without possessing great virtue and actual worth. Such medicines must be looked upon and termed both standard and dependable by every thinking person. If you have tlie slightest doubt that Lydia 12. Piiiklium'H Vegeta ble Compound will help you, write to Lydia E.Pinklinm McdiclneCo. (confidential) Lynn, Mass.,for ad vice. Your letter will be opened, rend and nnwcred by a woman, and held in strict confidence. urday Afternoon at her residence, 900 South Main street. Miss Lillian Von Marconi, super visor of music In tho public schools, will assist -Mrs. Sparks ulth song numbers. I'arcnts utid friends of the pupils are Invited. Shrine Dance This Kvcnlng. Tills evening's reception and ball of Akdur temple to Its new potentate and other officers at Convention hall will be one of the largest and pleus antcst in the history of shrlnedom in Tulsa. All Masonic bodies from the blue lodge to the shrine have been in cluded In the invitation list and In addition to the Tulsans who have sig nified acceptance," many visiting no bles and their ladies are expected. A reception to the new officers will open the events of the evnlng, this to be followed by a drill by the patrol nnd tho grand march, lead by the officers and their wives. 1'reparattons have been made for tho reception and entertainment of three hundred and fifty guests. Mrs. J. V. H. Attleberger, past commander of the iMdy Maccabees, was tendered a pleasant surprise by flxty-flve members of the order Wednesday evening at her home in Orcutt addition. Cards and music were the pastimes of the evening, and at Its close a dellclously prepared .sup per of two courses was served by the guests. Mrs. Attleberger and Mrs. C. S. Kd wards, past record keeper, were presented with a silver thermos bot tle In token of tho love and esteem In which they are held by their fel low members. Mr. .and Mrs. Harry Holmes (Miss Arlene' Cowan of Limestone, N. Y.) have arrived In Tulsa at the conclu sion of a wedding trip to points In the east, and are residing temporarily on South Denver avenue. The wedding of Miss Cowan and Mr. Holmes was an event of holiday week at the home of the bride's parents In Limestone. Mr. Holmes is circulation manager of The World.. Mrs. Kdna L. Howell of Oklahoma City, president of the Woman's Auxil iary, I'nited Spanish War Veterans, has accepted hii Invitation to at tend the Installation of officers and to assist In organizing a local chapter of the auxillury on February 8. A re ception for the members and visitors Is to be one of the features of the meeting. Mrs- L. It. Coffland will entertain a party of about thirty guests Saturday afternoon In honor of Mrs. Virgil Nance of Muskogee, who is visiting In the city. Mrs. Nance, before her marriage last fall, was Miss Lois Cllne, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Cllne, The committee on entertainment for the Country club dinner Saturday evening will meet for final rehearsal this evening at the home of the host ess, Mrs. J. Edgar Pew. The erection of a two-story resi dence, which Is to be the home of DoTottKnowC that much inconvenience and end less suffering all over the body is caused by the Feet? Mr. E. C. Bradley Celebrated Chicago Foot Special ist will give HIS LAST FREE FOOT-COMFORT DEMONSTRA TION Today at Lyons' Shoe Store 115 S. MAIN ST. If you have foot troubles be sure - to call. Mr. nr,d Mrs. Charles I Walte, has been commenced on South Iervr avenue In Stonebraker heights. The Walttjs expect to take possession about May 1. Tho Musical Doien will meet in regular session Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. () Williamson, director of tho club. A program of papers and piano and violin numbers will be given at t his time. Mrs. William Heed McCoy left Wednesday night for a visit In New York city. Mrs. McCoy will remain away for several weeks, also visiting In Philadelphia nnd Pittsburgh, Ph., before returning. r. and Mrs. .1. A. Sci U.itz have ns a visitor Mrs- Seekatu' sister, Miss Kalino Ifoff of Portland. Ore., who arrived the first of the week for an indefinite stay In their home. Mr.' and Mrs. I. C. Miller of s 37 North P'enver nvenue nn.iounce the birth of a baby girl. Myrtle Loreii'. The child Is a granddaughter of Mr. und Mrs. .1. V. Im'md. Mr .1. M Mass. Jr., left yesterday for Muskogee, where ho goes to spend two or three weeks visiting in the home of her son, Mr. T. O. Pass, and his family. Miss Daisy Hlndcrllter of Oil City. Pa., will return home Saturday after an extended visit to the home of her brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. P. .). Hlndcrllter. The Misses Maude and Bertha Car son entertained the Phllnthea. clans of the First H.iplist church Tuesday eve ning at their home, 831 North Chey enne avenue. Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Davis of Nogales avenue are parents of a new daughter, Alllne Hoyer Davis. Trinity guild of Trinity Kpiscopal church will meet tins afternoon in the guild room. Is A Menu. H It KA K PAST Cooked cereal Onibnm muffins ltaeon Fried eggs Coffee LDNCHKON Cre.iiiied oysters on toast. Chow chow tell tai ls Cocoa DINNKU Urovwied kettle roast Prowned potatoes Cabbage Jelly Lemon pie Coffee The National lianks of Tulsa have rewttwl ll'-o follow tnt order from the Comptroller of tlie Currency, at Hcli tnglon: "All outstanding overdrafts must be collected nnd the practice of permit ting them discontinued, and you ore requested to pass a resolution prohib iting the officers or employes from paying any chivk when there are not sufficient funds on deposit to meet It and forward a copy of the resolution to this office." Acting on this request the Tulsa Clearing House has this day passed the following resolution: ItESOLVKD, That the practice of paying overdrafts be discontinued on and after February 1. 1915, and that no check will be paid drawn for an amount In excess of the balance stand ing to the credit of their account. TIIK HIM (I.I.AKINti HOl'SK ASSOCIATION. Pnpaid telephone bills for the month of January are- post due. If not paid by 5 p. m. of the 16th serv ice will be discontinued. Pioneer Telephone & Telegraph Co. Adv. Tour choice of any trimmed hat at Baldwins for S l.f0 this week, Adv. Confessions of a "Wife M US. SKLWIN'S STOKY. Copy right 1914 by tiho 'Newspaper Knterprise Association. ) "1 shall never forget my feelings at that moment." The words were scarcely out of her mouth when Mrs. Selwln realized that she had told me the story she was telling me was hei own. She looked up quickly. 1 think had she seen anytihiig but Interest In the story in m face, she would have stopped then and there, hut I care fully kept all sympathy from express. Ing Itself on my countenanre, for, be. Ing a proud woman myself, I knew how abhorrent pity would be to her. "The story is an old one, Margie, dear, and the wound Is healed long ago else I would not ti ll It to 'you. You may use It to help your friend or possibly can apply Its truth If you should ever find yourself in a similar position. "Oh, yes. I know, my girl, that you think nothing of the kind could ever happen to you. but you miint remem ber you have many years to live he fore you are 4fi. Dick Is a splendid fellow, but he Is a man. You are a Miss Minnie M. Swinney Announces the first Showing of Spring Millinery tomorrow Saturday You are invited to visit my new shop at 20 East Fourth Street, two doors east of postoffice entrance. The world has known what Cottolene is for over a quarter of a century Cottolene established a class of its own over a generation ago. Cottolene was in the front rank of the great movement for bet tering household service and for improving food products. Cottolene has always held its place. There is nothing to which it may be compared. There are no secrets in the production of Cottolene. Its manufacture and its constituents are as well known as the simplest things done in every kitchen. Cottolene is an exact combination of the two finest cooking fats nature produces. The cotton seed oil in Cottolene is pressed from selected seed it is a grade so choice that it is not listed on the market It is purer, sweeter and better in food value than most salad oils. The beef stearine is the product of the freshest, finest leaf beef suet known. It is the exact combination of these two fats which gave Cottolene its high place over a quarter of a century ago, and which has held this place for it Cottolene is economical, but better than that it actually improves the quality and flavor of all foods cooked with it whether it is used for shortening, frying or cake making. Your grocer has Cottolene now Tell your grocer you want a pail now; arrange with him for your regular weekly supply. Write to our General Offices, Chicago, for our real cook book "HOME HELPS" free. THE N.K. FAIRRANKcOMPANrl Cottolene makes good cooking better very pretty young woman, but you are every day growing older." "What a pessimistic outlook on life you have, dear Mrs. Selwln." "Not at all, not at all, my dear, but I have come to realize the weakness of the strong and the fatuousness of the self cent' red. "My husband did not see me until the young woman and ho were seated. T watched her blush of appreciation as she buried iher face In the violets. He evidently said something very flat tering to her and nsked a favor, fo she stretched out a hand a very pretty hand, by the way across tho table and he gave her the single gar denia, with a quick glance around to see that no one was looking, a glance which missed my interested espion age. She quickly raised the flower to her lips and handed It back. "I had never seen the look on my husband's face that he had as he care fully drew the posey through his but tonhole. He had never In his life nsked me to kiss a flower. Then ho caught my eye and evidently his house of beautiful cards fell with a thud. I had the strength, however, to bow and smile as though nothing out of the usual was happening. "Fortunately my party of women wero strangers to him. and we were nearly through our luncheon when he came In,- bo we soon left the table and I hurried home. "The hours between my home coming and dinner were the longest 1 ever spent In my life.. I washed the cosmetic off my face; I anathe. matlzed the burnished radiance of my hair as I tore It down from lis fashionable coiffure and arranged It In the old way. 1 divested mym-lf of my newest t-xtr.-vngranco In bhe way of a gown and pulled out one. of my old, soft, white nun's veiling frocks that had no particular style. hut which was rather tasteful and suited me. "'What good did It do?' I asked the drawn face I aw In the mirror, for you to try and bring youth back you only cheated yourself ano, your husband, knowing that you were old, sought youth elsewhere? Do you remember, .Margie, jnai oin poem about tho kiss too long after which life Is never the same again? '"What shall 1 do?' J asked my. self. 'What shall I do?' Then I tried to make myself think It was only a 'happenstance'. Hut, alas, I knew I hml been a looker on at the traglo ending of my one romance. "Soon Mr. Selwin came home- As he came forward with the careless aiisumptlon that all was the mm nnd bent as It to ive me the usual cool touoh of his lips we had for many yean called a kiss, I stepped back. 'Don't touch me," I cried. "'Why. what's the matter?' he asked with an elaborate show of surprise. "'You know very well what l the matter. I saw you with that woman at luncheon. Why did you not tell me that you were tired of me and that you wanted some one younger and fairer that you wanted youth?" "He looked at me In silence for a moment and then he said, as though he was answering his own question) 'Perhaps that It.' "The words as he said them did not sound aa hard aa they do when I tell them to jrou. but they struck me like a Mow nevertheless. "For a moment he said nothing and then asked, 'What are you going to do?' "What do you want me to do?' " 'Naturally, I want you to do noth ing.' And aa I atarted to speak he held up his hand: 'Walt a minute, my dear, let ma eplain.' "fan It be etplalned?' I asked weatllr. iTo Bt Continued Tomorrow) T-jr.iiW!.' V!7, 1 llOROWERSL Iff win7 V Famous California 22 Seedless Navel Oranges The First of the New Crop Just Arrived Now you' can have these famous seedless navel oranges at any first-class grocer's or fruit dealer's store. An abundant supply fresh from the trees has just arrived from California. Telephone your dealer now order a box today. Free-peeling:, seedless, firm and tender healthful food for every day. Use Red Ball Lemons Order Red Pall Lemons, too. Uho their juice tor salads and in other dishes that usually call for vinegar. Lemon Iuice is more healthful more of It should ie used at this season of the year. Note the added delicacy of flavor. Red Rail Lemons taste best and look best Cllfrf on the table. .Serve sliced or (gartered Fi Cr.. with fish, meats or tea. ,J9 cUrfcVrHS; When buying either fruit tnsisl on CH1CAC0 Red Hall, and save both the orange m.Uo. iM..-oorr.r.i.w!,i and lemon wrapper, for beautiful y ' 1i,TIVu''V ft liver premiums. T neia beau- S u' ' o- tiful Silver piece, m.ka S mlfiZX JZ ."Ht'r.K uT. .Ileal Christina. pretenU. S ir.;i.lua H. l .r-iwi f- r i-m-hi- r-A, - - -, ,', i ;' t . . JfT Ihm I rilt you fay to ttl it it "T LODGES JOINTLY INSTALL OFFICERS A public Joint Installation of offi cers waa held by the Modern Wood men and Itoysl Neighbors Tuesday night. The following Woodmen of flcera were placed Into office: II. K. McCllne, venerable consul; James Spence, worthy advisor; H. W. Wells, eicellent banker; J. W. Shields, clerk; A. A. Hughe, tucort; T. M. Kustli-e. watchman; W. W. Ooswell, sentinel and H. H. Johnston, manager. The Hoyal Neighbors Installed the following officers: Mrs. W. A. hupp, oracle; Mm. C. A. White, vice oracle; Mrs. Fry. chancellor; Mr.. M. A. Kllntworth, recorder; Mra, I.. X. Lewis, receiver: Mra. I'harles Wllmn, past oracle; Mra. William hobzlen, marshal; Mra. Jones, Inner antlnel: Mrs. It Ia t'aughson, outer sentinel; Mrs. Kdward Voder, Mra. Anna In-k-er nd J. W, "hleld., iringrs; Mra. JOSEPHINE STOKEY WHITE, TEACH Kit OK VOICK PltOWnVrtON AND AUTISTIC SINGIN'l Mudlo SIO South I Izln. I'liom- 3170 anil 1109 Modern Dances- MISS HYDE Private Lessons to Indi viduals or Parlies. - PHONE 2363 f.owe, faith; Mrs. J. W. Brown, mod esty; Mr.. James Kelly, endurance: Mrs. Jrlffensteln. unselfishness, arid .Mr. White, courier. Twn l.ernians rn-t-l. VANCOUVEU. P. t. Jan. H 'arl MacV-.Mir.en, nephew of the German triiornl reeentlv decorated bv the imperor for his prowess In Toland, was arreste.i today ty me pome, a'-ttnif on military instructions. Mac kenien was seized on his farm at fnilev ami will he kept a prisoner of var until peace is restored. Pr. I'.ean -n, a utrman lawyer or PLANT Sbreba, Bor.i. Vln.t, fratt sod lh(4 Trti 8m tb.ni b.far. buying tMit to plant now Ju.t pbon. i32.1 W will cU. Wll 1 1 AMs II UlYFY fourth and! Main. Vancouver, was arrested st the win. time. Moth prisoners are In tie New Westminster Jail.