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ociety News
welcome by frs. S. A. Iloss of Ads,
vu iipiin thin dccmIod (tooted to ths
Office nf second via. II In not only
t ) i ' Initio Inn t Ik- exnoetation of Mi s
( Purdy's friends that she will some
,111110 preside over the Oklahoma or
I sanitation as Its chief exe utlve, Mrs,
' Harden wM a fuest "f tier oouatOi
. Mrs Ot'nrtft- Frlersnn, during bar stay
, in Aila,
( ultnro Looks Beyond.
Culture looks beyond machinery,
culture hates hatred; culture has one
areul paaaton the paaelon for sweet
.I. h and tUrht. II baa one even yet
greater, the passion for making them
nil pn vail, it is not aatiafled 'in we
nil come to a perfect man; it knowa
ibnl the aweetneaa and light of the
i, w mi at be Imperfect until the raw
mill unkindl) iiiussi s of humanity .in;
touched with aweetneaa and nnht.
Matthew Arnold.
Culcndnr for Thla Tuesday,
i club plonic at Owaaao lake,
sun of a new fall model, Her hut
and other acoeaaoriea were ofharmon
iziiin color, After the serving of the
v 1 1 1 1 i m refreshments, Mr. and Mrs.
Cunningham lift on a nigh) train for
fortnight's wedding journey to Kan
sas ( llty and St. I. mis.
Tho bride is a vary attractive young
woman of the brunette type and is
popularly known In younger society.
.Mr Cunningham li well known
member of the Tulea oounty bar,
being associated with his brother-ln-.law,
Mr. George i. ICcy, in the pruc
t f law.
Mr. and Mrs. F. .1 Kfttl and little
daughter Olive Catherine are borne
from Chicago! where tiny ipent tho
montha of June, Jul) and august
Mr. Katz, who Is principal f TiiK.i
blub, school, took a special courae In
educational work In Chicago unl
Mrs A. a. Richards ami aon
of the Bvana apartments an at home
again after a several weis' pleasant
stay in Bate Park and Boulder, Col.
I ho
I In:
Dniicins I'artj for Isiting Maul.
Mies Miriam .Cramer of Boonvllle,
Miss., an attractive Vialting maid who
is tin- geust of her couaina, Messrs.
Lee and Fred Daniels, was Introduced
i,, ,,,iiMi ,.r soi ietv laal evening i" a
lovely dancing part) at which
Mahm nnnlaln iviii' hosts at
Blka' club.
Tito dance was one of the ana
prett) event of the early fall season
in ilie younger set and there was a
largo representation of maids and men
. haporoned by Mr. end Mrs. John P.
Boyd, Mr. ami Mrs. Eugene Lorton,
Mr. and Mrs Wash Hudson and Mr.
and Mrs Bertram Redgrave. Mr. and
Mi.-, Redgrave, Miss Mirtam Mur-
phev and M::-srs. Kay Kessler and
Floyd I.eViis Were ill line with Miss
Cramer to present her to the arriving
gueata. There was a short march for
the distribution of ihc program, after
which tho one-step, hesitation and
caqter were alternately n venlng'a
pastime to excellent orcheatra music,
Refreshment plates were pasaed dur
ing Intermission, Among the gnosis
were Miss Mary Hanrettj of Musko
gee, the Misses Miriam .Murphey,
Bessie Cremlns, Ruth Roeaer, Leona
Oalbreath, Edna Nolsi n, Ruth Hurt,
Bes Hudson, Edith Lynn, Etli( lyn
Carpenter, Kathleen LeBus, Margaret
Stackhouse, Mary Delnney, Beaa
Btaokhouse, Irene Delnnoy, Ruth
Toeva, Florence Heald, Bethel Cone,
Helen Cartter, Bess Brady, Theora
McColllster, Nadtne Flxmcr, Lillian
Roach, Ethel Kuhns, Qrace Campbell,
and Messrs. Floyd la wis. Robert Gal
breath, Frank Dillard, Frank Bllllngs
lea, Ralph Dillard, Homer Taylor,
Waldo Lllystrand, George Reevea,
Robert LeBus, Harry Castle, Harvey
Heller, Carl Gillette, Harold Delaney,
Homer Conley, Ray Btebhlns, Murray
Conley, Francis Lewis, Harry Campbell,
Lop stewurt, John Cowden, Glenn
Heald, iiuy Strum, James N'ellson, Paul
Hons, ('. F, Macon. McGoverp, Ross
Rayhurn, tiny Johnson, C. J. Frasler,
Llovii Towers, Jack Porter, Charles
Bradon, John Curran and Lester
t Dinner,
Mrs. Storey White delightfully en
tertained a company of friends at
noon dinner Sunday in her homo at
Fourth nod Elwood, Covers were
laid for ten around a lovely center
plece of lavender, pink and white as
ters. Cunningham-Wilson,
A wedding, the announcement of
which comes as a eurprlae to nil but
the immediate relatives and a few
e, sc friends, was that of Mr John
Wesley Cunningham and Miss Hes
ter Mae Wilson. The ceremony was
solemnized Sunday evening at the
home of the bride's brother-in-law
and sisti r. Mr. and Mrs. Harry L.
Stewart, ",1a Denver avenue, with the
Reverend Mr. Frank Neff
First Methodlal church, r
marriage service before th
of the two families.
The Stewart home was simply but
prettily adorned In early autumn
flowers and ti e bride was attired f"r
the ceremony In her going-nway
toilette, which was a handsome cloth
Kenned) -1 ivoits.
Tulsa friends of the bridegroom,
who is a prominent member of the
legal profeaalon, and the bride, who
has lieen a lii,tirnt visitor tO tho
Clt) the past few years as a cues! of
.Mis.- Qertrudc Connelly, will he Inter
ested in reading' oi tin, marriage of
Mis Clara C. Kennedy of Amster
dam, N Y., and Mr. Thomas D. Lyons
of Tulsa, noted by Ihe Amsterdam
Evening Recorder of Thursday, .is
"Thomas D. i . on
son of Mr. and Mrs 1
Clara I
Mrs, D. B Daly
guest in the homo i
.1. Gallagher, 161
a enue,
of St. Lout is a
I Ml. and Mrs. C.
i South Elwood
of Tulsa, kla.,
Ichard Lyons of
on. South Dakota, ami Miss
. Kennedy, third daughter of
pastor of
lading the
Blood Germs Arc Overpowered by
Mighty Vegetable Remedy and
Expelled from the Body.
.Mr. and .Mrs. Thomas F, Kennedy of
this city, wen united in marriage this
morning at 8:30 O'clock at St. Mary's
church by the pastor, the Rev. Father
William a. Browne, who celebrated
low mass. The altar was he tutlfully
decorated with delicately tinted gla
dloluaea and osparugus-Hutcheri,
while the chancel ran was adorned
with festoons of gladioluses and
hydrangeas. The apace betweeu the
aisles and the chancel was hanked
with palma an I large pillar vases of
Mow chrysantehinuma.
"The bride "as attired in a gown
of ah han brown panne velvet, trim
med with silver fax fur witli hat to
match, and carried an arm bouquet
of Taft roses, white orchids, and
maidenhair fern. Miss Agnes EC.
Kennedy, sister of the bride, was
bridesmaid and wore castor panne
velvet trimmed with fitch fur, Her
hat was of dark purple velvet, and she
carried Kaiser In roses, lavender or
chids and maidenhair fern. Mr.
Lyon was attended by Edmund T,
Kennedy, brother of the bride, who
was given away by her father, The
nuptial music was provided by the
church organist. Professor Kresser,
who played the Bridal chorus from
Lohengrin for the entrance of the
bridal party, and during the ceremony
Gounod's Ave .Maria. Following
the tying of the nuptial knot, the
bridal party left the church to the
music of the Mendelssohn wedding
march and proceeded to the home of
the bride's parents. No. '14 Church
street, where a family breakfast was
ferved. The drawing room of the
home was filled with pink gladioluses,
the living room with Richmond roses,
and the lining room with Killarney
rases. On the breakfast table were
My Maryland and Sawyer roses. The
decorations were by Hatcher.
"Mr. and Mrs. Lyons left this morn
ing at about la o'clock by automo
bile f..r Albany, and will visit Mon
treal. Quebec, Saginaw and the Thou
sand Islands. They will be at home
nt 1011 South Denver avenue, Tulsa,
after December I, The bride was the
recipient of n large number of useful
and beautiful gifts, im lulling china,
cut glass, furniture, silver, etc.
"Mr Lyons IS a graduate of Notre
Dame university, Indiana, and a
member of the law firm of Rice &
Lyons of Tulsa. Besides being an at
torney of much promise, Mr. Lyons
is a member of the Oklahoma gover
nor's staff ami exceedingly popular in
his homo town, His bride is a grad
uate nf Trinity college at Washing
ton. D. C, a member of the Century
Club, and has been treasurer id' the
local branch of the Slate Charities Aid
Society. She lias many friends In
Amsterdam, who will join in extend
ing congratulations and best wishes,"
Rccrcos Dance Wednesday,
The Recreos club men have an
nounced an Informal dance for
Wednesday Celling. September 8, at
I he i Ibio building ballroom.
Miss Lynette Ktmmons, who wa rt
oently appointed organist at First
Presbyterian church, assumed her
dunes Sunday morning and in the
evening gave .1 hall hum's program
pi i ceding; the preaching service.
Miss Marv Hanrattv id' Muskoaei i-
the gin si of Miss 'Margaret stack
house for a ft w days.
Mis Arthur Lee .Murphey nnd
daughter, Miss Miriam Murphey. will
leave this evening for a few weeks'
v isit in Kansas City and Topeka, Kan.,
before Miss Mm pin y s return to
school at Christian college, Columbia,
Mo , for her junior year.
Mr. Alba T. Moiime lift Sunday for
Trenton, Tenn., where he goes to claim
as his bride, oh September ti. Miss
Evabel Johnston, formerly of Tulsa.
Miss Sarah Hunt of this city and Miss
Carrie Walton of Muskogee are to be
members of Miss Johnstons bridal
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Elliott
daughter Wilms ale home from
weeks' stay in Denver, Col,
Mrs. Albert W. Roth and sons Jack
and Walton, who have been sojourn,
lug in Colorado since earl) June, arc
now in la nver for a few days en route
home. The Roths had a cottage at
Estes I'aik for the summer, during a
part of which time Doctor roth was
with his family at the beautiful
mountain resort,
Mr, and Mrs. W. A. Aggers and
daughters Louise and Maxim motored
to Muskogee and spent Sunday with
Dr, and Mrs. Hairy D. Murdock and
family motored to Sapulp.t yesterday.
Mr. ami Mrs. Hunter C. Leake of
ew Orleans are Dal est of
daughter, Mrs. Theodore Tack,
ing arrived at the end of (he
en route home from a trip to
fornia. Mr. and .Mrs. Leake w
main for a fortnight,
vveek Cali
lll re-
Mrs, H. J. Toevs ami daughter,
Mlaa Ruth Toevs, have returned after
a pleasant all-summer's stay in Cali
fornia, where they visited Los
'Angeles, the exposition cities and
many other points of Interest, Bo
route home tney stopped over in Kan
sas City to spend a few days with
their daughter and sister, Mis. A. C.
Mr. V. M. Angers of Pittsburgh.
Pa,., who has been visiting in the home
of his son and daughter-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Aggers, for some
months, will leave this evening for
Colorado, en route to California to
spend the winter.
Miss Kuth Hurt leaves at the end
of the week for Oklahoma City where
she will spend a month visiting
TTwenty-fottr hours after you Start to
take Dr. Pierce's Qoldeh Medical Dis
covery, poisonous matter and blood 1m
jiritiea begin to leave your body
tlnougb tho Liver, liowcls, Kidneyg
and Skin.
fio powerfully penetrating irf this
purely vegetable remedy that through
the circulation of the blood it reaches
every fibre, muscle and joint, dissolves
the poisonous secretions and drives
Ihem out of tho body.
It brings new activity to tho liver,
Stomach ami bowels in a short time,
thus causing sallowncss, indigestion
gnd constipation to disappear.
It enters the tiny blood vessels of tho
Skin, brliiglnp; with It fresh vitalized
blood and abiding faith In Its wonder
ful ch arising imvver has come to thou
sands, when pimples, bolls, carbuncles,
rash. ' ecsetna, acno and other kia
troubles dried up and disappeared.
Good blood means good health; good
health means strong men und women,
Ifull of vigor and ambition, with mlnda
alert and muscles ever willing. Any
medicine dealer will supply you with
pr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
)p either liquid or tablet form.
Mrs C. W. TtnvrR. sTI Wrtt Noble Srtwt,
0,h,.nv,. Okie., ay! -When 1 w M
fast nnd hail trentnl with noveral dorairs with
out help 1 took "(I'.klen Medirnl Discovery. A
lady -w is.sl me to DM It. 1 had my trotihlo
diagnosed as nppemli. itin, Kail atone and othrr
renditions. One feature-v.ns i nlanred llvpr'
Whatever my trouble was Dr. Pierre Goli M n
Mili'-d Disrovery rearhed the tent of urn
trouble and in two weeks 1 was able to sret out
Of bed and sit up. Then I took tho Discovery
for two montha and the spells of auvero pain
were relieved. I M Uut iu r.vcd vt any B oro
Mr. and Mrs. s
Who have been s,
west coast for the j
toget hi r with Mr,
Johnson, formerly
ar M. Lancaster,
looming on Ihe
ist three months,
and Mrs. ueorge
of this city, have
Mrs. C, P. Chenault and daughters
Martha and Kmily have returned
from an all-SUmmer'S slay al tie
home of Mrs. CheUSUlt'S father. Judge
Haselrlg, in Frankfort, Ky,
A meeting of Clement A. Evans
chapter, United Daughti rs of the Con
federacy, han been called for .Satur
day afternoon at the home of Mrs.
(i. H. Stotts.
Miss Minna Echols ha returned
from a week's visit to the country
home of relatives near Sperry,
tnkl n a cottage on the Strand al Long
Leach for a few vteeks. At the con
clusion ol their slay there the Lan
eastors are expected to return home.
John Gallagher, son or Mr. and
Mrs. C. .1 Gallagher, IBIS Boutb Den
ver, will leave today for Stillwater,
u lu r, he go. s to enter A. and M. col
lege for a course in scientific farming
and Stock raising. Clarence and War
ren Gallagher, '-lie two younger sons
of the family, are .caving at the same
time for Shawnee to enter the Catho
lic university.
Mrs. Frank E, Shallenberger is
home, after an absence of seven
weeks, during which she visited m
Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Boston and
New York. While in Huston Mrs.
Sliallenberger was the guest of her
sister. Mrs. I'. B. Elkins, who has
been a- v isitor to Tulsa a number of
times and who formed many delight
ful friendships among- friends of her
llsti i while here
Mr and Mrs. Charles T. Laughton
and three children have returned
from a three-months' stay In Chicago
during Which Mr. and Mrs. Laughton
studied at the Hush conservatory, Mr.
Laughton specialising in violin and
Airs. Laughton in harp.
Miss Louise Brink man has returned
from a visit to her home-folk In Kan
sas, followed by a trip to the eastern
Mrs. K. C, Alder and daughter
Louise have returned home after sev
eral weeks' stay at Iike i ikoboji.
Iowa, Ellsworth, Minn., and Spring
field, Mo.
Miss Jessie Brown has gone for ,1
several days' visit With home-folk In
St. Louis.
Mr, Karl Clark and his bride, who
was formerly Miss Elsie Busselle of
Berkeley, Cal., have arrived in Tulsa
at the Conclusion of their bridal trip
to Yellowstone and points In Colo,
rado, ami are at In me to friends m
the Scott apartments on West Fifth
street. The wedding of the yoting
people was an event of August, at the
home ,,f the bride's parents in Berkeley.
M rs
Beautify the
A gresclcts prcpa
anon for beaut ihing
the lompleilon that
will not raute the
growth of hair.
A i r)r..,,o nnA
Department btunf
Oriental Cream
We will aend a complexion
chamoiaand bookof l'owdtr
, leavea for lie. to cover coat
' of muling and wrapping.
n Great Jones St.. Nw YurK M
Grant it. McCullough and
Carol end Kenneth are heme from
Colorado, where Mrs. McCullough
loltied her young sons for several
weil:'-' stay following lur return with
Mr. McCullough from the west coast.
Mr. Young; Mitchell, who has been
ha iiitiu after his father's arming In
terests near Areola. Mo., the pan tin
montha Is expected home the middle
of the week for a visit.
Mr. Pernand De Gueldre, who left
Tulsa dining the summer for a rest
and voice study In 1is Angeles, Cat,
has been critically 111 for several
weeks following an operation for ap
pendicitis and In Just able to leave
the hospital. Mr. De GueldlfJ hopes
to ho able to return to Tulsa about
September 20.
B gs
Reverend and .Mrs. Louis S. Barton
are expected homo the last of the
week from Mineral Wells. Texas,
Where they, have been sojourning- for
the past several weeks OB i vacation
from their pastorate, Boston Avenue
Methodist church.'
Mesdames F. W Purdy
Havden. James II Syki s.
Rhodes and W. C. Hold
home at the end of the
Ada. where they went to
state meeting; of the t'nite,
i t the ( oiifederaey. Mrs.
has been serving as third
dent of the organisation
. ho i espolded to the
E. Forest
B. E. Lee
is returned
week from
attend the
i Daughters
Purdy, who
a year
address of
(Tulsa Morriln World)
Breakfast Bacon
Spider Crn t'ako
Tomatoes Stuffed with
Watercress Salad
Vanilla Wafers B ed Tea
stuff' d Peppers
Baked Sweet Potateea
Blueberry i'ie .
Cream Cheese Coffee
Curd of Thanks,
We wish to thank all our friends
and neighbors for the kindness
shown us In our b( reavennnt. and
especially the Pierce corporation, for
their kind consideration: and all those
who so faithfully cared for our son"
and brother, uicn Flowers, during bis
tragic illness and death.
( ant of HUUllM,
f wish to extend to the many friends
of Mr. William P. Wooldrldge, nnd
especially to the Master Sheet Metal
workers, my sincere thanks for the I
kindness shown during- the sickness
and death of my business assoi late.
E. C. Ui'Tn.N I
Stimulated by Success Already Won
The Hunt-Riddick Store is Presenting to the
Fall Shopping Public Quality and Price Advantages in
, Every Department That will
ft V A ,W nti1l 1 t vt I ) vi VI t li 1 C O 1 -
i'l A n-- v
iESal )-Ntrnns Wlio Are Alunuh
w 'fsassw ... - . -
Familiar with the Usual
Moderate Prices
I r' ' Ik
V I II n
Charming innovations iu Chiffon Broadcloths,
fur trhmned with high collars; Gahardines in
the new military effect with braid trimmings;
i . i i , i ri'i . . ii. i I . . i . i
iiisu uuioreu nfiufs. me dii)iiuuuui , uuvu
are skirts, tho Gabardines and Serges short
dais sunn! sonii-fitting some liavo belts -
lers with straicrhi hues. S!n't rtunc wit 1 1
plain and side pleats. Colors are Royal and Navy
Bluo, Brown, Green, Gray; also Black. Pri
rantre from
to -
i 11
5U "I
Most Every Dress Occasion
Tins is positively the must extraordinary line of high class
Dresses this store has ever shown, consisting of Crepe Je Chines,
French Seine and Taffeta Combination, with Georgette Crepe Sleeves,
anil nil Sei ne, also Plaid Taffeta Si i e.e e lunations anil Plaid Sei ne
ami Taffeta combination m tin new coal effects, trimmed In hand
embroidered Medallons and Transparent Folds In black, navy, green,
iilalils ami Taube
dorately priced at fi
$7.50 T0 $45.00
Wear In Many Pleasing Styles
, most complete assortment of separate Skirts in all of the new
est styles representing the output of the best eastern factories. These
suiris are rare values ami further emphasise the wonderful buying
power of the Hunt-Rlddlok store.
The materials are fancy mixtures, Braided Gabardines, Chud
iiaiis, etc Borne come with the new yoke effects, some ore plain
tailored, others m e pleated. A large range
ili. rs, at
$6 50 T0 $15.00
New Arrivals In
Infants Wear
For Fall
A nice sieek of these dainty
little things for the wee tots are
in Inn shown in this department
with more goods arriving In every
day's express,
Shirt Waists For Fall
An extremely comprehensive assortment of new Fall Waists uro
now ready for viewing.
Georgette Crepes, Crepe de Chine, Plaid Taffetas, etc. They
have long sleeves and the new cuffs and high collars. Bhadea of
flesh, navy, navy anil while, all while, also stripes unit plaids
$3.50 T0 $6.50
School Dresses
Plaid Ginghams and Galateas,
Itniej waist, trimmed in braid
find folds of same material.
Sizes li tu 1 I A'cars solid color
collar and ruffs $2.7 5,
$2.25, $1.75 and $1.50.
Distinctively different novelties In nil the favored l 'nil weaves are in r. assembled; embracing all the newest ideas and styles that have
met with the approval .f discriminating buyers. Tln re Is Vim, Simp anil IJcauty In them, ami they are moderutely priced throughout. The
Instant favor accorded our collection of the . Boasons wanes nas nu n moai K..u....m.
I lur line Is SO varied that there is S material anil style for ev rv occasion anil a I'rlee fur EVCrj Purse,
We. won't have to urge you
to huv. the nierehanilisi Itself will "do the talking
receiving and displaying.
40-lnch Italian Silk Just reeeiveil
nml a vi'ry pretty quality, In blink anil
white: a very popular Dumber for this fall
ami winter. Priced,
per yard
tf.lnch Plain Chiffon Taffeta silks, purs
dye, In all the favored shailintis; for street,
afternoon or evening wear. An excellent
quality, Priced,
per yunl . '
Kven if you are not ready to buy, visit
(Inch new Striped and Plaid Chiffon
Taffeta silks, in (he very latest combinations
lino Dolorlnaa and uuiio the rnno every
place. Priced, per yard,
il. IE and
tore and see the New Tbilisi we are daily
50-Inch All-Wool Suitings, In the new Hluek
ami White Clubhouss Check, also the Novelty
Narrow Ktrine Patterns,
Prioedi per viml, Sl.ltO and...
52-lncb Fancy All-Wool Mixtures and
Gabardines, in the (oahtohable shades of Dark
ureen. Brown, t rows wing, .Navy and Btaok.
Priced, ier yard.
JL'.OD and
54 ami si-inch All-Wool BJIngle Cloths,
Wool I'opllns, Imperial and Storm Serges,
and two-ions Shepherd Chocks effects, and
,,tlnis Yea. a vv.altli of lieauuutl wool ma
tin, ils.. In ail the in vv colors
Price d St.2." to. .
Made-up Veils in pro
nouncQd floral designs,
1 ' L. yn i ils iii length. The
color combinations an;
Navy, White ami Black
and All-Black.
Kadi from 75c to $2.00
Our line ' Braids, Frogs,
and Pur Trimmings is here.
Another thing we point with
pride to, your wants ;iii1 Deeds
an be supplied with the very
newest the markets afford, and
ai prices thai cannol help but
please. Ask to see them.
An attractive array of
Neckwear. Our stj tea are
new and complete. These
am made, up of Georgette
Crepe, Chiffons, Voili s
and Organdies.
Priced from 35c to $3.00
This week wc received a hi shipment
of new Fancy Muttons in ineliil, horn, pearls
and crocheted, so much suited to tho nnmv
jirrtty fuhrlcs usod this stason. in all sizes,
SOlori and prlOSS DCf dpSStt, from ." to S2.00
NiicriH of Autumn In the Ribbon Depart
ment -now rich colorings, in PtkldS, Chocks.
Stripes nnd Plain shades. Tins- combino-
tions an; made up of Navy. Copenhagen,
Havana. Itrown, ITuncll, Forest Oreen, Unmet
and Hluek
Priced, per yard, from 25c to $1 no
'Ladles' dainty Crepe de Chlno llandkor
ehieis. in the pretty, soft, delicate shades;
woven colored borders and narrow laco edse;
the 3.'ie values. Special for 29c
Tho regular 65c value, with colored cro
chet edge, Special for "Oc
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