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THE TULSA DAILY WOULD. SUNDAY, MAY 9, 1P1K
SEVEN Society ent were MesdamOS (J A Mechllng, kins, C. S Vandevar. Vandever, v M w. i. stroud ( Ballew, IT, M Kramer. Condon, T. K Brwin, J B liaw B it Biddings, o W, rartiow. ROJ Qanbett W. A. i . eraon, U P, Lund. m sti , noon, J W Hun ham ami Phil IU OOMPANII 8, Mis.s Qladya Batch, an attractive visiting riii from Kuum City, who i.s tin guest "f Ulu Mildred Wine, was tin hoporee Ql an afternoon at oardi with Mr Edwin R. Dewey as hi etoss in the home f her parent, Mr, and Mra W, Tate Brady, Friday The gnrdene of the Brady home j. ., any lovely "flowers fur decor ation, which "in- uaed, in addition to the greenery of planta and palma. Four tables 'f auction were played and ihe prizei of lingerie awarded to Miss Hatch and Mra, I! Otis McCltn took A aal id ai I Ice courae was sen ' 'i on I he card tabh ai the game's -i Mrs. Brady, Mis. E, U i ii r md tii Miss,-.-. Gertrude Connolly mi. I rone Delaney assisting hoa t, s Coi'dftgn bouquet VM-iv given as Individual favore, 'I'll - hostess and Miss Hatch were achnol friends ai Belmont college, Nashville Tenn., and as a thoughtful compliment Mis. Dowej Invited to in,,! iiir isit r Meadnmea Leo la Mrs. ,i Warren s.mdirs was hoateai hi a delightful meeting of her card club, the past week, D M Is Thompson-K lai r, John II Harey, c S, Harvey, Stanley Clintbck, i'. n 8w Ralph ii. Bhaw, E, Crawley, Ralph HiBey, It ' iis Mc let. Both Ely, K i. Orr, D. C, Richardson and Jay Painter, Miss Helen Brady "f Spring field. Mo., .nut tin- Mlaaea Louisa itriM Mary Stewart, Blale Norrlr, Florence Braymer, Qladya Brown, Marguerite Gavin, Sarah Hunt, ;.i Ollphant, Letta Reld, Mildred Klin.' Marian Harmon, Dorothy Madison Qladya Rudd, Elisabeth Madison, Ethel Cartter, Bethel Cone, Helen Cartter, Bess Hudson, Irene Delaney, Ocrtrude Connolly, Mary Cannon ami Tookah fttansben v. .Mis. R, Mils MaCllntock's courtesy extended t" Mrs. Richard C Halsey of Lake Geneva, Wis. on Tueaday, was one o( tin- pretty oard parties of the week, wre iisi ii in deco settlng fur the six playod i" honor of mic u mis. naisey since her marriage ami removal t" tlx north more than a year ago, The high sc re prises went to Mrs. F. VV. I'm I and Mr-1- John Shakely, Mrs Halsey revived a ?i rt of dainty lin gerie.' The hostess was assirted by her mother, Mrs. Grant C. Btebbina and Mi-s N'.mry Younkman In M-n-Ing, Matrons ami girls playing were' Mesdamcs Arthur Nowlln, William R. Llndsey, Earl G, Hastings, Charles T. Wilson. Ralph Harvey, John M. Dar- Vai Jean Blddlson, John fun ley Francis Hlsey, Jay Lawrence ' t'Connor, William F, Wall-. if Joprtln, Frank Tack, Frank Duel, Misses Bethel Cone, Ethel Cart ter, Qladya Rudd, Helen Cartter, Irene Delaney, Edna Lorton, Gladys Brown, Florence Braymer ami Marion Harmon. Spring flowen ration and as : tables uf auction tl.n first visit hi mil. W Shakely, Painter, ii-- w c. Black entertained In formally at auotlon bridge Tueaday afternoon, for which ilin' ahe had In "( ,i friends to surround five tables for a Kami" In honor of 11m Visit of Mrs Hairy it. i :ia,u of Worcester, Mass. Plpk and white werj (ho colors of decoration and rosea ami sweet peas the flowers used. High score favor, whi. h was a basket of (lowers, was awarded to Airs. Frederick D, Boataph and the nnest fa , or Was a similar award. In the sc rvlng of a lunch at the game's close , Mrs. Black assisted h hr daughter, Miss Marjorlo Black and Mis Harry D, Murdock. Invited to meet and day in honor of the visi tor were M;sdames I rani; Harms, (' F Robertson, C, F. urin e, a. C Hlx son, Clmrles I. Walte, Thomna I. Mun roe, i.eo C, Wells, C. c. Wei, her. John Taggart, Fred Shaw, it. L. Sbohc Charles Hcvenor, J. Bradford Jen nlngs I, ulu M. Bllllngslea, Frederick I). Bostaph, Franh Haskell, Anthony O'Donn'ell, John VV. Simpson, Harry D. Murdock ami Miss Jennie Lyman line of the season's most pleasant meetings in the Marquette club had Mr. end Mrs. I.. .1. 1'' Rodney as hosts Wednesday evening at their home on South Blwood avenue. The rooms were fragrant and Springlike in decorations of roses and various other garden flowers and in this pretty s, ttlng six tables of whist were played. High i ons were made bj Mrs. Martin Moran and Mr. It. F. McCune. A two-course lunch was served at the evening's close. Miss M iliar. Harmon assisting the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. McCune will entertain tin M irquetteq Wednesday evening for 'lu last meeting until autumn. Mrs. c. B, Bah line, frequently a guest of the Thursday Itridge club, i a Friday returned the compliment of the members by Inviting them for an afternoon at cards. Spring flowers in profusion very Prettily decorated the rooms, where fnir tables were played. The guest end club prizes which were both of hand embroidered pillow cases, went to Mrs. W I.. Stroud and Mrs. K. It. QiddingS, respectively. Mrs. Phil Kramer assisted the In stess in serv ing. ciui members and guests pres- Maids and nu n of the younger et i danced III a jollv terpsichorean event, at which the Bonanaa cluh boys were hosts last evening at the ballroom In the Ohio building. The hall was gay in decorations of college pennants ami during the evening Messrs, Robert Logan and Paul Boaworth were brought from an I adjoining room, when- they had been 'in captivity to the ballroom, whert 'tli..v Hun, lull! afH Oil,, tli, mvitArlAH and pleasures of membership In the cluh. .Mr. and Mis. Randolphs louse chap eroned tin' following; 0 young folk:, Miss Virginia, Jonea of Oklahoma City, Miss Helen Brady of Bprtng- field, Mo.. Miss Han I Barling Of Mus kogee, Misses Kathleen LebUS, Roxle Mane Man Lillian Roni b, Gladys Brown, Mildred Marr. Helen Neves, Helen Thurman. Norma Miller. Ruth Toeves, Helen Siglef, Gladys Cuaac. Terressu shields, Florence Heald, lata I.. Mich. Blanche Boone, Edith Lynn, Besa Hudson, Velva Rupp, Pattl Ar thur, Nadlne Flxmer, Margaret Per kins, Marie Knoerr, Florence Kuhni Anna Ingram, Beryl Butler, Blanche House, Grace Campbell, and Missis Evan Cameron of Claremore, Alfnrd Aggas, U. N. Alexander, Pat Hut lei. Itulph Berry, Clyde Black, Robert Berry, spire Borry, Claire Burton, Charles Black, Harry Crooks, Harry Castle, Harry Campbell. Lester Curie, l.ee Carpontor, Champion Carson, Con Callahan. Fred Daniels, Clyde Flxmer, Robert Galoreath, Tom Hunt. W. I,. Harris, Han Hunt, Ray Herod, Francis Impey, Car Herod, Mitchell Ingram. (1. W. Johnson. Hay Kcsaler, Fioyd Lewis it. a. McKerran, duck McMurrny. Magovern, O, l''. Macon. .lames Murdock, .hums Neils.. n, Hugh Simmons, George Smith, C. E, Stewart, Kay Sturm, Shirley Saints. II. 11 Taylor, T. C, Wilson, Jr., Aubrey Wright, Ralph Alworth, Paul Hos worth, Robert Logan, Joe Carson, Frank Schrcck, Waldo Lllystrand, Robert Lebus, Carl Cox, Paul Reld, Francis Lewis, Itnlpb Davis. Mr T Alford Agn.is entertained a group of about thirty-five young friends With :i pleasant dancing' party Friday bvenlng at the Burke academy In the niii.i building, As special guests of tli" evening there were pres ent tit" members of the Muskogee de buting team who were in the city for the evening. Mrs. i i. C, Boone chap eroned the following girls and hoys: Miss Virginia Jones of Oklahoma City; Miss Helene Brady of Spring field; Mo., Miss Hasel Hailing of Muskogee; Miss Amy Ailing of James town. N V., Misses Helen Thurman, Ruth Toevs, Helen Sigler, Bthelyu Carpenter, Lillian Roach, Woodward, Blanche Boone, Gladys Brown, Naomi Cusac, Itoxle Marie M;.ir, Inez. Rich ardson, Beryl Butler, Hess Hudson and Clara Mcjunkln. Messers, Lee Carpenter, James Murdock. Thomas Hunt, Hubert Galbrenth, Dan Hunt. Floyd Lewis, Tom DUckett, Francis Lewis, Roland Broach, Paul ReJd, Haul Brown, Waldo I ,il vst ra ml. Robert Hudson, Don Swindler. Dee Hocker, Pat Butler, George Smith. Carl Cox, George Martin, James Neil son, George Justice. Walter Rogers, Clyde Black, Miles Robinson, Pataay in pair, Walter Clinton, John McJun kin, Clyde Flxmer, Shairley 'Sands and Aubrey Wright Best Laxative For Children When your baby Is .-rem and fretful instead of the happ laughing little dear you ure IOOUS- tomed to. in all probability tb" digestion has become deranged and the bowels need attention. Give It a, mild laxative, dispel the irritability and bring lack the happy content of babyhood. The very peat laxative for chil dren is Dr. Oaldwell's Byrup Pep sin, because it i ontaina no opiate or narcotic tlrus-. is pleasant tast ing and .ids gently, but surely. Without grlidng or other distress Druggists HH Dr, Caldwell's Byrup Pepsin til hftj cents and one dol lar a bottfe. For a free trial bot ti, i write to Dr. W. H Caldwell, 152 H asbln iton si , Montlcello, Ills, mentbs.from Africa by n member of her family who was at one time en gaged In mission work In the dark continent Refreshments of da ami ta kes were s, rv d. Mrs Do Irorne Vensel entertained informally at sewing jrestardny after m on, lii compliment to her guest, Mrs. II L Poarce of Nlcklovllle, Pa., and Mrs B. M. Stover of Drumrlgtat. The guests numbered about twenty five and included only those matrons whom Mra Pearce has met during her visit here The decorations were of sprit g garden flowers, showing the colors pink and white, and foil, wing an attern i with needles and thim bles refreshments wen served. Mist Dorothy Vensei assisted her mother. Mrs I. iv G wynne was hostess at a pleasant meeting of hei sewlng'club Fridvy aft' moon. The usual pastime of needlework and crochet was varied with a contest in which Mrs. M E. chile received the favor, and a group of readings b) little Miss Wilma Kl llott. The hostess was aided by Mrs Hoy d. Gwynne Is serving. In ad dltlon to the club there were pres. nt ns guests Mrs F B. ' of Tttusvlile, Pa Msr. 8 W. die of Klefer and Mesaamea Morris Hughes, D. C. Hane, James McFall and It. 1. H.ine. Mrs, G. W. Weaver and Mrs. .' Leslie '! IWln entertained a few friends with a thimble party Thurs day afternoon, In compliment to Mra. H.'L. Lean f Nl. kleyille, Pa. The Teachers' of Horace Mai n Wednesday, May of folk dancing follows: I lam e ' irk in. I Watson, perter. peas, M iss Patrons' association s Imol will meet 1 ''. when ii program will be enjoyed as of greeting, chimes of Dun kinder polka, pupils of Miss Mrs. Cutis and Miss Car- f, Shoemaker's dance, and oats, beans and be ley grow, pupils of Junk and Miss Probst. Ace of diamonds and tautnli, pupils of Miss Irr and Miss Whiteside. Virginia leel and Swiss May dance, pupils of Miss Evans md Miss Stebbms. Heap irs' dance, pupils of Miss Slfferd and Miss Erb Kull dansen, pupils of Miss Morris and Miss Hill. Maypole dance and Hungarian dance, pupils of .Miss EClrkbride and Mrs. Holms Dumbell drill, 8 A grade; wands. 7 P and 7 A: Indian clubs, 8 H and s A. Mr. H. T. Field, Physical director. Mr. E. D, Oberholfser, superin tendent of schools, will give a talk on the fiary schools. I IDDINUK. The Newest Materials of the very lust, quality are used exclusively througji OUl iii lining's and Fabrics for my Garment. Thus a. guring elegance and ilnra bility. In trimminga I show tin- season s choicest produc tions iii all the latest novel ties. Samuel Ii. Schwartz I DIES' TAILOR. Miss Jnckson's Shop PhoM 1276 321 South Mun St. Tulsa, Okla. The marriage of Miss Marian Dick erman to Mr Samuel J. Campbell was charmingly celebrated Tuesday at high noon at the residence of the brlde'l mother, Mrs. Josephine Dick erman, 20 West Ninth street. A profusion of bridal wreath was used in dec nation of the ceremony room and in forming the bower for the wedding' pariy during; the nuptial service. Miss Qladya Henderahot, daughter of Dr. ami Mrs. Claude T. Henderahot, was at the piano and accompanied Mrs. J. Warren Burgess in the sing Inn of "ti, Perfect Love." with the ap proach of tin- noon hour. Aw the bridal party entered the ceremony loom, wherein about thirty guests wire assembled, the music was i hanged to the Mendelssohn wedding march. The bride was attended by Airs. Edna M Blllingsley of St. Louis as matron of honor, while Mr. I 'red E, Shryock of Sapulpa stood with the bridegroom during the pronunciation of the ceremony by Rev. crank Neff of First Methodist church. The bridal gown was a simple though pretty cre ation of White crepe de chine and eld lace, and the bouquet Was Of white ri ses and lilies of the valley. The matron of honor was gowned In hand emhroldered white i rgandie and she carried a bouquet of blue corn flowers After the congratulation of friends had been extended, a buffet luncheon was served. Mrs. W. T. Hniwn, Mrs. Hendershot and Mrs. H. W I'unk as sisting. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell left during the afternoon for a fortnight's wed dlng trip to Kansas City and Omaha, tnd UODn their return to Tulsa will be at home temporarily with the bride's mother. The bride's going away toilet was a blue silk suit with accessories to match The bridal couple, were the recip ients of many beautiful gifts which were an expression of the love and esteem of a wide circle of friends. Miss Bertha Alkire gave a Jolly 'darning party to a group of about twenty young friends Thursday even ing at the home of her parents, Mr land Mrs. P, H. Alkire in Crosble H ights. ; Dancing to piano and vlctrola music was the pastime from eight until tep thirty, the g'uests taking an Intermission during the evening to participate in the musical guessing ontest which the young hostess hd provided and in which the prizes were won by Miss Yvonne Hurkhard and Mr. Glen Zink. An Ice and cakes were served at the evening's idose Iwlth Mrs. David Beaver and Mrs. W. J. Wans, v assisting Young folk of the party were the Misses G lady 9 Pocherty, Yvonne Hurkhard, Mabel Howell. Opal Callahan, Hernlce Shaw. Vera Wlllhour, Harriett De Shane, Kathleen Campbell, ami Messrs. Hoy ink, Clifford Allen, Clen .ink, Robert McKJm, Virgil Tucker, Roy Harris, Charles Parker, Arthur Kiske, Rotlle Fast and Dean McDonald. Tuesday evening. May 11, the Tulsa Sunshine society will celebrate International day, by giving a musical entertainment in the Baraca room of the First Christian church. A so.ial hour will follow the program and re freshments will he served. The pro jgram numbers follow: Piano Duet Selected Mis. Ernest CiulOW, Mrs II. W C.regg Violin Mrs. James T. Kotster .Reading Mrs. L. j. Shumway Piano Mrs. H. W tlregg 'Star of l.ovc." , ...Rajboudl C Acosta I v iolin ODligatO Mrs. j. a. Henry.) violin Prof QUI 1 Mrs. I). C, A- o ta Voice Mrs. D Voice Mr. Hammeti Baldwin, who has been confined to the home of his J uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. A. Mil ler Hammett, 1227 South Boilderl avenue the past several weeks, on ac count of Illness, is now able to be out again The young man s mother, Mrs Lady Hello Baldwin, la expected to arrive duiing the week from Kansas City, for a Malt in the Haihmett home INFORM .. THE FIRST Spiritualist Society OF TULSA Will hold regular serv b i s at the New Moose Hall, formerly Euclid Hall, 114 Si nth Huston, on Sunday evening, May 9, at S p, m. Dr. D. Wemgurden, late of Pitts burg, Kan., and Oklahoma City, will lecture on tiie subject: "Do SHI HITS RETURN To MORTALS AFTER DEATH; IF so, is this AFFIRMED I V THE BIBLE." . The Doctor is an able and close reason ST. Everybody cordially Invited. company of thirty friends and neighbors assembled in the home of 1 Mrs. a. c Archer Friday evening as a pleasant ami unexpected surprise to Mr. Archer's mother, Mra. Hannah I Mowbray The rooms were pretty In I decorations of flowers from the gar dens of the Archer home, and an evening of Informal diversion was followed by the serving of refresh ments. Among the Kuota were I Messrs. and Mesdamea J. E, Martin. Frank Elliott, ;. Renshaw, Robert Mowbray, H. Thomas, W. Dickenson, Mrs. N. V. Thompson, the M'sses Hur ley Thomas. Hasel Wolf. Hess Thomas, Helen Mowbray, Oeorgla j Ateber, and Madeline Mowbray, Messrs, O. F Thomas, L. Benjamin and Ceorge Mowbray. The Great Problem of Where to Make the Dollar Go the Farthest Solved at The Hunt-Riddiek Store The New est of Summer Procks Impressively Priced for Mondnv's Selling V SB I 1 I I 1 v. 1 V 1 $6.95 I N daintiness of effect this special assort ment of Summer Wash Dresses that v feature tomorrow top them all There are 100 of them all told and they arc more than "smart," for many advanced ideas arc embraced ideas which later on will be "the thing" beyond all question. The con ception of tli is summer's styles are indeed varied and are admirably reflected in this special oiler IVlonday. The materials are Biunmery irdeed, euihrneiiig high-grade Crepes of various Weaves, Dotted, Checked and Plain Voiles, Linens, Tissues, Uiee Cloth, Plain and Rtrippd Organdies, etc., in flowered txvo-toue effects aud plain, Many new and novel combinations. These lovely Proekg are positive 10 to 12.50 values and arc rare Kilt QJt bargains ai Monday's ven special price of . . . ,V"iU i j l si I W'llllwk r Chic Millinery If j on ad mire smart Millinery - our new ar rivals of -FISK HATS the Dashiest ami most charming fylillinery thai the soa Bon lias pro duced in Panamas, Leghorns and Milans 15c sure to see nem. Showing of New Wash Skirts C f i i mm j All the new distinctive and individual models in wash Skirts i'.'ilni Beach, White and Nat ural Linen, Waffle Cloth, Piques, Wash Golf ine and Wash Gaberdines made in the latesl styles and moderately priced at Prom $2.50 T0 $6.50 Summer Waists Si. 25 These Bmari Waists urt' ival values and they come in clever ami distinctive styles. The ma terials are striped Voiles, ( )rgandies, Lawns, with lainty luce insertions and trim mings, Ladies will do well to lay in their summer waist sup ply while the assortment is good. The price $1.25 is really much lower than one would expect to pay for waists of like quality, 3 7W All Hunt-Riddick Suits Reduced One-Third Commencing tomorrow, every Wool Suit in the house goes on sale at one-third oft of the regular price Just think of it! Our excellenl Suil season is responsible; naturally broken size assortments have accum ulated and besides the constantly incoming summer dresses clamor for space; all Spring things must go, and quickly. A wealth of distinctive styfes to Belecl Prom and every size and color is here in one style or another at ONE THIRD OFF. Our Stock of WASH GOODS Is Indeed Ripe and We Would Suggest That You Do Your PICKING Early This week's shipments have brought to us many of the prettiest and most novel weaves and colorings we have ever been able to show in this department. Their beauty and the attractive price attached cause them to linger hut a short while with us. is-iiiiii Marquisette ami French Voile, it i featherweight, yet durable, because it in woven with a beautiful fineness, and nun proven to lie one of the favorite wuxh fuli rlCS! priced at per yard H.e 46 and 4s-iiicii w'.-e-ii Orftandles In tie sheer est Quality you ran Imagine, In ithcr plain, or In Keif Htrip pattern; ran be Washed like your handkerchief, and yet keeps its attrac tive appearance, priced from 4&0 to $1.25 jd. in inch Voiles and Lace Clofha a new and exclusive product of the "Longtex" people; originators of the Lace weaves, splashed ef fects and woven checks to truly appreciate them one should see ih- entire showing; priced nt per yard SOc, o."e and 11.00 It-inch Cotton Oaberdlnes In white, also tropical .suiting or Palm Uracil cloth in white anil colors; our customers know and want what Is TIMELY, DIFFERENT and BETTER, These fabrics arc really high Krade cotton weaves of more attractive surface than other Bummer cloths, priced per yard 35c to ISC arid 40-Inch .New Printed Bel mar Voiles; Printed Organdies, Lace, Clotha Rloe Voiles, and Batiste, each materials has some Indiv idual touch of weave or design, that avoid the common-place; priced from, yard SOc in I5e New Wash PUsm Crepes, elads all makes of Cotton crepes because of Its dependable qual ity, the attractive designs and shadings and Its permanent crinkle which neither washes nifr wears out; we have them In" white and colors; also floral and stripe patterns; priced special for Monday, per yard '...JOc THE STORE AHEAD The Hunt-Ridclick Store THE STORE AHEAD i Mesdamea v B. Blllott J. VV. u iiit ney, C. it. Robinson, B. w. Mundt, 0. I B. Flllejr, V. O. Cavltt, A. l. Ham J ami N. S. Murdock were hostesses VVednesday afternoon at the Blllott home, entertalnlni with a pleasant tea for members of the Woman's ! Missionary society of First Methodist 1 church. Informal entertainment In the way .of teiiinK amusing Incidents of one's early married life, had been planned arid in addition Mrs. M. H. Walker Mrs. Charles U Walte presides at this afternoon's tea of the Tulsa Coun try cluh, assisted by Mesdam.s Prank If. Qreer. Herbert D, Mason. J. Ar thur Hull, ' rank Haskell, Joseph H Evans, Grant R. McCuhough, james H. Hoblnson, Earl W. Sinclair. James ' 1' l '. tot i'.'I n Mr ttt t , IM .' I'tiriuli John 8, Oarvle, Qeorge B Hole and lift,, T htrUnfin ftrt1 !,.. Ul.... I Agatha Hanson, Louise Berry, Pauline Gamin en and Qertrude Connolly, Mrs Hen Curtlss was hostess at a delightful meeting of the Lofting clut Friday nftcrnoon. the affair being In M ei ial to her two sisters, the Mes on in cs 1 loti.ie. of Kan has ( 'It. v. The after imon at needlework und crochet whs followed by the Mrvin of refresh mentS. Mrs. V. O. BpuriOOk of Junc tion City. Kansas, and Mrs J. H Means were specially Invited guests, Rev, I,. 8. Barton, pastor of the Boston Avenue Mithodist church, has returned to Tulsa after a several days' absence ilunnv: which he attended I the tneetlntr of the ifenrral education '. board of which he Is a member, in the Methodist Church, South, and the district conference meeting nt Stroud, Okla. Mrs. Cnlvin Yountr end little daughter, Bmlly, of Senna, Ain., ar- rivpH v,qtei-f1nv mnlnini fttr no or. I tended visit to the home of Mr. Tounn's brother, Mr. A. F. Robertson and Mrs. Robertson on North Chey enne avenue. The "Trip Around the World," post poned last week on account of the rnln,, will bo tflven by the women of Holy Family Catholic church Monday evening, the trip stattltiK from the church and Including the homes of several members, in the city. MISS Carolyn Porter and Miss Mur pirct Wyndham will present pupils of voice and expression, representing these departments of Kendall oolltge, in recital Thursday evening at the college auditorium. Mr. Wlns'on P. Henry will return today from Hot Spring Va., where he has been spending the past three weeks. Mr and Mrs. T. J Walsh are cn tertalnlng Mr. Walsh's brother, Mr. Richard Walsh of Kansas City. Mr. ' and Mrs. James Flynn have returned from a trip to tho Panama imposition In San Francisco and the San DlegO fair. Mrs. (), IC. Bysenbaoh lues Issued ( , imIh for a party In celebration of tho tenth birthday anniversary of her young daughter, Margaret Louise, on Wednesday, May U- Mr. nnd Mrs. Paul banger have re- RlOVed to their own pretty new home at 1601 South Elwood avenue. The essay contest Inaugurated by 'the Hyeehka club some time ago among the pupils of tho high school and in the grades, closed last week and tho three Judges, Mis C V King, and Messrs. A. F, Hobertson and Frank II. ireer havo made their deci sion In favor of MlsS Junletta Fisher of the high SChOO and Master I,. A. Justus of the eighth grade In the Washington school. The contest con sisted in preparing an essay on the subject of "The value of a municipal organ to u community, " and, the award in both classes was $rt. The Misses Josephine Hood man anil Blanche Bybrant will entertain the Standard Hearers society of First Methodist church Thursday evening at Miss Hoodman's home, 13-11 South Denver avenue. Private Nursery, Beglnlng Monday, May 10, a pri- vati) nursery will be opened nt B05 North Houlder. Children will be 'cared for by the hour or day. For further Information 'phone 6233.- -Adv, Chicken pie dinner, old Criterion Cafe, Eat Third Thursday and Fri day, by ladles of Boston avenue south. Adv. Formal Opening. in conjunction with Mr. Daniel to Opening his new building at tho cor ner of Third and Boston, this evening, We open our drug store to the public, und 'rest room to the ladles. All are cordially invited Holmes Hoover I'harmacy. Adv. Grace church ladles will serve a 33c chb ki n dinner Wednesday and Thurs- day, May 11 and 13, ut 117 North i Main strci t. All the style, fit and finish that artists can give you in W. F. Clothes W F. Tailors, 6 Fast Third. Adv. Dance? We teach all the new ones. Nothing taught but strictly up-to-date Castle-House creations. Both individ ual and group lessons, (let our price on both. Burke's Academy of banc lag.. 21 Ohio building. Phone 22S3 - Adv. DARKEN GRAY ! We have a SPCClal showing of new W hite" Hats from $2.50 to 17.80. Mul lln's Millinery, Swot d and Detroit. -Adv. The Woman's Republic Circle win meet with Mrs. John J. Schmidt at 2 p. in Tuesday. May U, K'U" South Main.- All members ate urged to attend. Business of Importance, Adv. Dr and Mrs. J. K. Francis, osteo paths, 400 Hliss Bldg. Adv. Dr. lirklns, osteopathia physician, third floor New Daniel building. Ml TII I NO SEW NOT A N F- is 1N BOOTS, If your hair Is gray, streaked with gray, prematurely g:.iy. faded m- i.ill- leg, simply.- apply Q-Bati Hair Color Restorer to hair ami scalp, a few i times, rubbing it In gently with the finger tips. This simple treatment I Will make your gray hair dark, soft, i fluffy, silky, thick, giving the hair that dark, fascinating luster and abundance which makes the hair so attracUve. Q-Ban is not sticky or mossy: harmless. Also stops dand ruff, falling hair or itching scalp, Guaranteed to darken gray hair or no 'charge Try it. Don t stay gray when you can st i easily darken our hair and look young, Big -oi. bottle only 50c, at guaker Drug Co., Tulsa, ukla. Out-of-town folks supplied by parcel post. Adv.