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TELLS HOW GIRLS LIVE ON $5 PER WEEK TULSA CENSUS TO START APRIL 15 THE TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, MARC IT 31, 1915. .Business ociety News VERA GWYNNE. TELEPHONE 4501 ;: V 'I'lic Passing 'f lllu-ions. I'iir illusions which youth rnter : ; about the things of tin' world it once the most appalling; "'"1 the i delicate tilings with which older -mis have to ilo. There in lio ilodg tho tact that the illusions must go. Die oiiki ifiil ions mother who lius ,ghl her noli that to lio is to mm us iiiite well that when he grows . r lie will leani that lies are of two l is, white anil black, and thai the ie will come when he will have to . while lies, ami liecmi.se they are like I he lil.uk lies against which mother admonished he will find it aid. And Hie i lit liter's Holder father who looks upon his innocence with pride will Utile at the thought that me will bruitf to her sumo, cold ex niph'K of the duplirily of mankind. of he is fearful, it is not without na- n; for on the parent devolves the if y of guiding; the disillusioning prue s. As this Is done well or ill, so kvill the child's view of life be !n- iii need. if. fur Instance, a child cured In a home where kindness is mstiT is suddenly confronted with he spectacle ot two drunken men raw-ling In the street, the child's il isions are treated to an assault al igcther heyoiiii Its (power to comliat. n the course of events, it would nat- ;rally learn that men net drunk and Khl, hut that Is a revelation which liouhl come to u mind whose rules of mliiet are pretty well established. n this case tne parent may wen oe uovod to anguish. To unfold the world to a child is H Inatter for meditation and ingenuity, nil the Parent who leaves it to chance Js no less Kuilty of ma It real mint than the parent who wantonly exposes a ihlld to a contagious disease, for the inlnd of a child is a delicate instiu Inent of surpassing sensitiveness. Selected. table cciiteipic.'c hcing of Annuiici.i lloti hhis and hyueinths, and places were set foi- fifteen giicsls. The evening boms well1 spent in music. There were places at the dinner fur Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clulow and dutiable!', Miss Helen; Mr. and Mrs. F. li. Cim hinghum and three children; Mr. and Mrs. Jos. ph McCiilloimh, Mrs. I,, lb Cunningham, 1 1 r. I.e. da Cunningham, Miss Heh ii Cunningham and I r. lienrge Clulow. Luncheon lor College (.iiN. Mrs. Kalph V. Smith will entertain a. group of sever.il girls at luncheon Saturday in honor of the return home of her daughter, Miss Ivt )i Maude i Smith and Miss Kliz ile t h Witeher, a I rehool friend, to spend I he Faster va ! eat Ion. Al.aka Kama Dance April :t(). Tile Akaka Kama eluh dance all- nouiicid for Frid.iv, April L':i, has I n post polled until h'ridav of I lie follow ing we.k or April .111. The dance will he informal and will be held in the new ballroom in the Ohio building. The Calendar .Mrs. Charles S. Mr. Walker. for AVedni'Mliiy. Walker, dinner for Aimhersiiry Ulnncr. Mr. and Mrs. Krnest K. Clulow cele lirated the. fifth anniversary ef their inarriage very prettily with a dinner Tuesday evening in their home on Admiral boulevard. The celebration was in the way Ii dinner at which they entertained a party of fifteen quests, Including members of the family and intimate friends. The decorations were in Keeping with the Kastt r season, the. "Your Chilli's Couth Is ( all for Help. ' Don't put off treating your Child's i'migh. It not only saps their strength, 4 1 1 1 often leads to more serious all jiients. Why risk? You don't have to. In'. I Inn's New 1'iscovery is just the remedy your Child needs. Il Is junric with soothinc, healing and anti septic balsams. Will uulckly check jhe Cold and soothe your Child's f'ough away. No odds how bad the J'niigh or how long standing, Dr. King's New Discovery will stop il. It's guaranteed. Just gel a bottle from Vour Druggist and try it.--Adv. Give the Children Crisco Foods Mr. and Mrs. S. 1. Ford left last night for Kansas City, where they will be met by their daughter. Miss V ivian h'ord, who Is in Normal school at Wayne, Nebraska. Miss Vivian will undergo an operation for a throat af fection, after which she will accom pany her parents home to remain during her period of convalescence. The meeting of the Lofting club an nounced for this afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. T. Hrown has been postponed until next week. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur K. Dawson have !'s a guest Mrs. Dawson's sister, Mrs. Charles L. Sykes, of Omaha, Neb. Mrs. Sykes will not remain as long as hail been expected, owing to the fact that she had been on a visit of several weeks elsewhere in Okla homa before arriving in Tulsa, and will return home at the end of the Week. Ordinarily, Crown Seal chaulainiua does not meet on the fifth Monday of the month, however, it was decided to assemble this week in order to finish the year's work a week earlier, that there may be time for an open ses sion in entertainment of llie friends of the club at the season's end. The members of the circle met on Monday at the home of Mrs. N. S. M unlock, Mrs. Schuyler C. l'rench absence of .Mrs. C. C. C. Mundt was leader, of "h'eudalism of To day." The last chapter of the hook, which dealt with the "lamd and the Landless." was given by Mrs. A. A. Little, and the story of the week's events current was told by .Mrs. II. II. Kennedy. Miss Volentine had "Agri cultural Education in Kngland," con ducting a ipiiz on phases of the en closure net. Mrs. '. It. Ilarfis had the "Holding Aids and Their Effects." "Forestry In Kngland," by Mrs. W. IT. Walker was intimately connected with the afternoon's subject. Tn the sym posium, "What problem In the study of Democratic Kngland has interested presiding In the Myers. Mrs. W. on the subject -'lim' if, r i nil tn'- i ' i ' n " '-, ,,. "'3' V.- J Crisco foods taste as good as tlicy look and what is most important, they arc digestible. Crisco cookies, doughnuts, gingerbread, etc., arc good for children, because Crisco is a pure and absolutely all vegetable cooking fat. It is the cream of food oils, made possible by the discovery of the scientific "Crisco Process." ffi SCO Fop Frying -Fop Sh ortening top La e ncuung makes fried foods more delicious and whole some. It makes digestible pie crust. Crisco cake is as rich as the most expensive butter cake. Try Crisco in your favorite recipe. For short ening, use a little less than you would of butter or lard and in cake making, cream it thor oughly. Use plenty for deep frying, for the same Crisco can be used over and over. Additional Crisco Facts Crisco takes proper frying temperature without smoking up the kitchen. You can fry fish, then onions, then potatoes in the same Crisco, merely by straining out the food particles after each frying. Crisco in place of butter in cookies, cakes, scalloped dishes, etc., gives proper richness at much less cxrvnsc. Salt should be added when used in place of butter. ' ve,.if,r. k , V Til v ' i I j .. m'mS. MILIEU ADllAN'Y. N. Y., Mar-h 30. Miss Dorothy Miller, 1H yiars old, who has been doing some work for the Factory Investigating commission, has told tne seiiale and assinibly labor and In dustrial committee how girls live on io and $ti a week. She said: "I was fortunate in living home and so paid only $2. Ml a week. I had less than forty cents a week left after buy ing lunches and paying carfare and the like. Think of some girls who pay 13 and J;!. Ml for a room and break fast and supper. "Uirls on $5 pay only six cents for lunch, some milk and rolls. If they eat regularly, they can't buy clotlus." and impressed you most," conducted by Mrs. A. It. I lam, many phases of the suhieit were advanced as being of greatest interest and importance, h'or instance, the problem of the un employed hail been of vital interest to some; to others the state insurance against sickness in Kngland was im pressive; again, child-life, among the poorer classes and manner in which it is molded and Influenced by en vironment seemed of foremost im portance. The theory that state In surance against sickness, which is the cause of much of the poverty and no little crime, would be a solution of these problems was advanced by an other and so on. Mrs. (larrett brought some clearly-stated facts on the single tax systeiv. The prog-ram was con cluded with a song by Mrs. Harris, by Mrs. James Hu mecting next week has the home of Mrs. tiny accompanied gem Id. The been set for Mci'ulloch, 643 North Denver avenue. The meeting of the ftopia club, an nounced for this afternoon at the home of Mrs. T. K. (ieriet, has been postponed one week. Mis. J. P. Hurnctt has returned from a few davs' visit in Oklahoma. Pity. Mr. and Mrs. Kugene T.orton ar rived home yesterday morning after n ten days' pleasant trip to Washing ton, .'Jew York and Niagara. They re turned via Chicago and St. Louis. Miss Tookah Slansbury left yester day for Detiison, Texas, where she wiil be the guest of Kev. and Mrs. Percy It. Knickerbocker for a week. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pole are expected to return at the end of the week from n visit to relatives in (iainesville and Dallas, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph II. Kvans and Miss Mae Kvans, who are leaving during the week for a trip to New York, will bo joined in Chicago en route by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Heasley, w ho are n turning to the east after a few weeks' stay in Colorado. Mrs. W. K. Christian of Shreveport, La., who has been the guest of her daughter, Mrs. D. C. Richardson, the past several weeks, will leave soon after Kaster for Abilene and other points In western Texas, to spend some time before returning home. At Cards. Mrs. llerlx rt A. Woodar.l enter tained with three tables of cards yes teidav afternoon in honor of the visit of Mrs. A. A. Cain of Oklahoma City to her home. Mrs. IT. IT. Cainphcll and Mrs. .1. YV. Millsap have returned from a few davs' visit to relatives In Pushing. A pleasant event in the Tiide-a-Veo and Kensington Art clubs Thursday will be the party which Mrs. T. H. Truolove will give for the matrons who are members of both organizations. Mrs. ft. S. Days will entertain the Prlacilla Kmbrniderv eluh this after noon in the home of her parents, Mr. ami Mrs. A. A. Little of South l'.oulder nvenue. A Menu. TUtKAKFAST Cracked Wheat Ha con and Kegs Iteefsteak Bread Coffee LPNl'II Pold Sliced Phb ken Cheese Custard Hread and Itutter T a DtNNKIl Potato Soup Timbale of Macaroni and Oysters with Pherse Halls (irape Fruit Salad Pheesfi Fingers Boiled Custard Poffee IiiWporntlnir lo Die I'ule and) Sickly. The old Standard eeneral irength tnlng tonic. OROYK'S TASTKLKSS chill TONIC, drives out Malaria, en riches the blood, and builds up the system. A trur Tonic. For adult." ai.d children. 50c. Mrs. Dellaven has lust returned from a trip to the northern and east ern markets, where she was fortunate enough to secure many novel Ideas in Floral and Table Decorations to be used for sorial affairs of almost any nat ure. Thp ambitious young hostess who !has In mind a series of Luncheons, Tras and the more formal ninners would do well to consult with Mrs. Dellaven. Adv. 1ti.lt1et'a .rlnnl. ! "Whv. It Is onlv t o'elock. I thought it was 2." ald Mrc. TJronson as the ' i . i. 1 . i ClU'H nil ui. n . "Naw. mum," ald Bridget, "Ha r.iver lather than wan at this toime uv day." Harper's Baiar. (iunliii of People in Tulsa Is Soon To lie Startc.l. WILL FINISH BY MAY 1 Census liurcau Official Will Arrive in Tulsa Next Week. .tn i.,i M.ute The taking of the census of Tills. i will I 1."', according to word unnni b Coniliierci.il (dub yesi. ru. i lioiii census buiiaii al Y..shi ngloii D. C. special I Apul Ihc I he All official 1 mm t lie di p.i 1 I niciil ill be sent here from Washington the l.iMei pari of next week a. id he will arrange all the preliminary del. ills prcparatoiv to Ihc beginning of enumeration woik t he middle of l he month. This infoi 1 1 1 ii 1 1 ( in was comcjed in a letter from Director of the Census Samuel 1 Kegels. In his loiter Mr Rogers laid down several conditions w hich Ihc city would have to met I, sikh as paying the expense of I lie census, etc. This condition the club will meet and so Informed Mr. lingers in a litter sent him esterday. The official from Washington will arrive heie about April III, lay out his work and select the enumerators, who will be recommended and paid by the Commercial club. Mr. Rogers staled in his letter that the actual taking of the count would take only about one week. The returns which will be kepi secret will be sent to Washington, I hero compiled and the results made known ten days later by the dircctoi of the census bureau. Officials of the Commercial club be lieve that by about the firsl of May the actual population will be made known. The taking of this census was advocated about a year ago, but noth ing definite was done until about two weeks ago, when the dire tors of the Commercial club decided that il was imperative to the progress of Tulsa ill many wavs to know the xact popula tion. .Several months before that the eluh had secured from President Wilson the authority to have the census taken, so the census bureau was notified with the above result. OIL JOBBERS WILL REMEMBER TULSA Thai Tulsa will long be remem bered by the western oil Jobbers is the thought expressed in a letter re ceived yesterday by the Commercial (dub from W. A. Stark, secretary of the association which was recently en tertained by the Tulsa Commercial club on their Junket to the oil fields. The letter follows: Western Wholesale Oil Jobbers As sociation, Office of Secretary, Chi cago. III. Mr. J. C. Letcher, Secretary Tulsa Commercial Club, Tulsa, okla. Dear Sir: I wish to express to you my appreciation of the many kind nesses and courtesies shown to the Western Wholesale Jobbers when in your city. I feel that I am speaking for all tlie boys when I say that Tulsa will live long in the memory of each and every one of us, as the biggest little city in the country. The baniniet given by your worthy club was the most unbue and pleas ing banquet It has ever hecii my good fortune to attend, and I know that all of the visiting oil men feel as 1 do. Our trip was one continuous round of pleasure from the lime we arrived in your fair city until we left., and it was with regret that we boarded the train to leave. Please express our sincere I hanks to your worthy president and the many men who so kindly assisted in making our stay In your city so pleas ant. You are to be congratulated for the capable manner in which you handled our unruly hunch, and I trust that we may in some way repay your kind ness. With personal regards. W. P. STARK. Secretary Western Jobbers Association. Calendar of crcs. Monday's verse is pretty punk. Tuesday's verse is mostly bunk, Wednesday's finds the meter's lame, Thursday's theme is trite and tame, Saturday's a dreary drawl; Sunday - there's no verse at all! I 'curia Journa I, CAPTAIN OF THE U-29 SUNK BY BRITISH 3b i i i ftUTTKfWB LONDON. March 30 The British admiralty has announced that It is believed the German submarine r-2P. commanded by Captain Otto Von Weddlgen, who on the C-9 sunk the British cruiser llogue, Aboukir. Pressy and ilawke. has been aunk and all hands lost. No amplification of the report is made. Quit 1 - lilt, i mi - ii ' '" . ,(1!!! - ifv' iii, ii :i ' --I Ui iiiii- ,'iii;i:l :i:ii;M iii f yiiiiiiiiisii, $ 1 0,000 Shoe Stock to be Sold at Cost Must be Sold in 30 Days Our lease expires within llie uel ill) da s t lie landlord leiiiauU an e orliitaiit raise and we are oiu lo leave Tulsa rather than pay the in creased rent. Our Tulsa store will he eomliined with the Oklahoma City store- part of the fixtures have heen shipped and the other part with re maining stork will follow at close of this sale. It osts money to move and rather than pay, freight we derided to place the entire stork on sale at cost and in some instances less than cost prices. SALE OPENS TODAY And it will he a sale without a pieredeiit for low prices on Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes. All our new Spring Stvles are included there are no reservations. FIVE RACKS OF SPECIALS A thousand pair of Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes have Keen divided into I'ive different racks - these racks include some few styles not strictly up-to-date hut they are shoes of dependability and the prices asked are less than actual material cost. Note the prices. No. 1 No. 2 j No. 3 Your Choice Your Choice Your Choice 39c 69c 98c No. 4 ! No. 5 Your Choice Your Choice $1.48 $1.98 All the Remaining Stock Goes At Actual Cost Prices- Can you see any better or more economical op portunity than this sale affords to supply your Spring Footvve.ar needs Jo Cut Price Shoe Store 10S SOUTH MAIN STREET Ferns Palms Easter SPECIAL SALE OF FERNS AND PALMS IN ALL OF THE MOST WANTED VARIETIES. Over a ton of these il;iiits juM I'eceivi'tl from Eastern Mark ets and prii'ctl for immediate selliiiej at from 50 c l'p to several Dollars, ai'eordinjr to si.e. These plants would ordinarily i'ost from oue third to one half more than our special sale price and for that reason none hut cash or ('. 0. I), orders can he filled. MRS. DE HAVEN Flower Shop THIRD AM) BOULDER PHONE 5155. STOP CATARRH! 0PEl NOSTRILS AND HEAD Says Cream Applied In Nostrils ttolicves llenil-Colds at Once. f 4 If yulir tliisll ilM :ili li .ill Is M iillcil anil Ireely licc.ill.ie of n hi.' I vet I small l.i.l t "".............. cloK'Kcd and our nil can't lueathe cold ir cat.'irli, ( of Klv's 1 'lean. Calm al any emu nlorc. Allx a llt lle of tlii.s t'rri mn nt . iintlsciiic cream into VOIIl' llosllll.M Mil. let ienclrilti ll:ioin;i e(eiy air I'.i.'sane of mill I'.i'l, .'.nullum,' and healing tlie in flamed, tuolleli nillcoil.s II i 1 1 1 1 I . I II Hid yoii i;e Inslal l relief. Ah' Mow ivooil it feels. Vour iioh lllls ale oi-ii, you head is clear, no more lia u K i ii i, Mii.llliiiK, Iduwni!;, w i, u re lie.nlaelie, drvins;. or it rum; line I'm lu-eaMi l-:i's ('nam !alin is just what KiilTcicrs Iron load coldy and ( 'I 'll h I. It's a di liKltt Adv. lij ALL OUR NEIGHBORHOOD TIME COMMERCIAL CLUB TO WORK HARD "I iindi island that lu re I i Tulsa then? Is i little hiMincss de.ri ."sion riirlit now. hut let me tell you that this is the time for your Commercial (lull to put in the hard liclis that are necessary In Imlld a town. M iskoee has and Is still H"im; tlinnii-'h a de pression, hut il was only tin efforts of our Commercial eluh that sawd llie town. Thus spoke William IV .trr-tt. well known l.iMiiance man of Mox koeee. who was in TuNa veslerd.iy. lie said a movement was now under way in Muskogee to consolidate the Coiiitik reial el'ili. the ltd. ill M'-r (dianls' association and llie traffic hurca n. ARMSTRONG TO BE R0TARIAN TODAY ArmsiroiiH In his letter to mcmliors. "and this week we want a' least sil- t .five. Hale's Leader luncheon pnunpth j ;it 111: la o'clock." I Two Inter" stini; talks appear on the I pro- ram, so everyone Is assured of a Kiiod hour of enlei t.iiiino nt. S Max well Smith of a local husi less . I l. j- will talk on "What is an Kducit ion," and Charlie M iitin, the venial sine tary of the Chi .'-. i Cifini'iv i om pany, will talk on "Id fined Though' .' FIRST CARLOAD OF OUTGOING FREIGHT There Is Hardly A Woman Who Does Not Rely Upon Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg etable Compound. O. R. Arinstroint will unhide ovr the regular Wednesdav noonday meet iiiK of the Itotary eluh today In the Krlll ri oin of Hotel Tulsa, "l-unt week , i n.i:iioi s rii(Ti K. Attention hoiisewis' When you put out your weik s washliiK rHlher late in Hie (lay and the clothes fait to dry In fore dark, take tin-in Inside if "ii expect to gee them any more. Chief lluriiH of the police de,,artji nt yester day announced that a hand of petit thieves had heen In the habit of Ktrlppin.' the lines (f their burdens ninl dlsposinK ( the contents In one way and an other. Anion the late vl timn htne been the hcino! of two prominent Tulsa attorneys Meiers. T'at M al loy and C H. Itogers. The tragedy In the latter Instance happened .Monday. The loss to the Covers family occurred several days ago. A i ai load of scrap rope shipped out of the new town of Oilion Mniid.r. wa.s Its first freight export since tie railroad has been inside the town proper. In order to accommodate the freight ( iinuested on the I'risi o Inn ks. that railroad sent 40D men to Oilton Monday, and built it side track a mile and it half lotiK. between i o'clock in tin- meinniK and .5. 3D that afternoon. 1'asseiiger accommodation between Tulsa and Oilton had been established 1 several days, but the Frisco put then first car of merchandise aeioss the river and into tin- city limits Mon day. In fifteen minutes after the merchandise was out, an Oittori Jiihk company had begun to load the ear with rope and had It ready to movi out on the evenlni; fri ight l ist night there were " loaded cms oi, the new side track in oilton. J- , Continuous I'crfiu muni e. "That kid of mine is pi actu ally ! automatic." "First he gels his face dirty. Then I he cries and that washes It."- Kan .... ;.. i . . . .... I nils ' li j if uui iiui. M range Things lluppeii. "Two months ago I never dre.uni d j th.if yon would ever ret this blonde tK-au on my snouiuer. "Xonsense. We were engaged then. Cleorge." "i'tit; but ou were a brunette." rrinceton, III. "I had inlluttimiition, hunl hemliichcs in the back of my neck ami a weakness all caused hy ft- m a lo trouble, arid I took I.ytlia K. I'lt kliain's V ' R e t a li I o C'oni siuiid with such ex cellent results that I a::i now feeli::tf line. I recommend the ('ompoundatid praise it to all. I shall U Rlad to have you publish m v letter. There is scarcely a ne.';;hUr tin und ma whodoesnot use your medicine."- Mrs. J. F. Joiin.son, K. Ko. 4, Uox atM'rinc tun, Illinois. I'xperienco1 of a Nnrs. Toland.N. Y. "In tny experience as a nurse I certainly think Lydia I'., rink ham's Vegetable Compound is a great medicine. I wish ail women with fe male troubles would take it. I took it when passing through the Change of Life with great results an I I jilways re commend the Compound to nil my pa tients if 1 know of their rendition in time. I wi!l gladly do a!! I can to help others to V now of this great medicine. " Mrs. Ib'HAv -r Nkwman, I'oland, Her kimer Co., N. Y. If you are i'l do not drag along until tn operation is necessary, but at once take Lydia E. Titikhatn's Vegetable Compound. If you want sjM'Hal ml Ice rite I, yd ia I'. I'tiikliani .ledicltie Co., Jcoulidcutlal) Ljiiu,."lass.