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OCTOBER 1111 FTVE gociety News VKr.A QWTNNB, TELEPHONE 4500 Literature Inspiritl in MU fortune, There was ono feature In Doc tor Hlllls's now notable sermon that will claim the attention of every literary worker meaning men and women who fhake theii in lugs by writing. "No I itmi until Homer wns blind," said tin? preacner, He ulted several other Initancea In which misfortune hail Inspired men in attain the highest achieve menta ot their Uvea, He mighl have mentioned many mini'. CVirvantea begun and thought oul "i)n Quixoti " in prison, Bir Walter Raleigh and John Bunyan were al their beat under similar conditions. Milton, 1 i k Homer, waa iiiitni before "Paradise Lost" was coinpoaed, In our day Prea- cott was iimilarly afflicted. Hugo wuH an exile, as well ai Dante, "las Mlserables" was written in Quernai y. Poverty hai been assumed to be a n ssary Incentive to liter arj efforl Robert Louis Btven son rarely wax a dollar 1 head of his bills; Mark Twain wrote Ins real!) enduring booka when In' was "broke." Selected, This Thursday. nci rt ul Kendi :i The ulendur For Annual faculty C( college. Miss Satelle rainier and Mr. Bur nil- Choataln marry at home of Mr, mil Mrs w. '. Parmer. Mrs. Htorey-Whlte entertain with m . ..ml dtnni r nf series. Mrs. i '. A. Hawk Inn entertains Thursday dub. M i I ;'::!"' r mm rjjji i ItaudalLJohtwou Ham Randall and Ml mi were married i Ilu mday even- it il III.' Ii i' of ti Mr. and Mis. E south of Tulaa pretty oarh lei color null' ir luiii, ami blue was against the greenery ol ferns foliage In decoration of the re .m hall and living rooms. The I. riil. 'a par it s John in one nf the ber weddings, Gold Dutt makes pans look so new That ihey glenm i mirrors do. rwoven with greenery, kground for thi bridal rnbers of which took to the music ol the wedding murch played V. Johnson of i lominj . Alia Johnson was her nf honor and Mr, Berl with Mr, Randall, as The bride's gown was ,1 OeoiK- tri nnncT iu K i '' ': f active cleaner, is innTneimivi) x t ,, '. Scand larger Use the amount packages the directions on for ale the package tell every where you to use, dissolved in water. It cleans pots and pans and every thing from kitchen utensils to the iincst woodwork, without scratching or marring. Follow the. simple directions on every package of Gold Dust, tTTT FAIRBAN KSSSE MAKCRS Tht Activm Cleanar GOLD DUST , slain as. . nl I formed a boi parti tin' in. theil plans Mendelssohn bj Mrs. Quay Ok la. .Miss lister's maid McClaln at I his host m ah fushloned nf w liiti- taffi I i ii. ii pe, and tnmm i mui goiu it. She carried an armful of bride's ises. The maid wore a dress of light nieasallne trimmed with clusters of forget-me-nots. A company ol abi ul ' relatives and friends wlt ii. ssed the ceremony whton was fol lowed by Hi" serving of refreshments expressing the colors of decoration. Mr. and Mrs Randall left on a late train tor a honeymoon trip to points in Oklahoma, The brlde'a golng away dress was a .-nit of dark blue gaberdine. The bride is the eldest of tin three lovely daughters of Mr. nn.i Johnson. Mr. Randall Is a nephew of Mr. and Mrs. K A Rush and is associated with tin- Rush architect firm in iiiis city where they will re side I'aeull) ( urn rri ami Reception. The even! Inaugurating the social season In Kendall college circles will be the annual faculty concert fol lowed by a reception to the men anil women who became Identified with the teaching staff at the beginning i f the fall semester, this ceiilnT at thi college chapel. The concert. Which is nn annual affair and is always anticipated with plenrtiro by people of Tulsa ami Ki ' dall, w.is arranged tins year in oon J n li t it il Willi the ili'iln ati'Ui nf the new pipe organ, Installed In the ool- ii ge chapel during Ihe summer. Pro fessor John K. weaver, of the de partmenta of organ aid piano, win plaj and will be assisted by Profes sor Roberl Rfilce Carson, Mrs. Ora Llgntner Prost, Miss Kin North and Mi-. Margaret Wyndham. There will be an an an. i loan exhibit arranged for by tin new dlreotor of art, and refreshments will be served bj the domestic science department, Mes dnines R, P MacArthur and Fred s. ('Union are a committee which if lending assistance to Doctor and Mis. Frederick W, Hawlcy In arranging de tails of the affair. The public Ii tn- n. .i The program tot the evening follows; i irgji ii i a i Si nata In I ' Minor i fiist movement db) Allegretto in B Minor, I ii Kantusir on 1 1 Trova- V'erdl Mr. John Ki lea VVt avi r Vocal (a) Morgan Btrauai On Lens Hilda, h iii 1 1 1 1 in si. i p Flaler i d i Mi ssasre and Sons'. w i s. 1 Ira Light tier Frost, Piano Si herso In B Flal fhopln I Mlsi Flo North. - Mi.-s Mynn Cogswell Voice- iai The Monotone. .Cornelius i Li Vergi ss. nhelt , Von Flellt ( i ) Win n i ltd SltlBH Molr Mr. Carson 1 1. 1 Variations on 1 ld I Hack Jin w ii ii I ilxle Finale . . j v. Mr, Weavi r. i Heading- Scenes from "The Melting Irs it. H. Kistlor ii ft y ti rdaj on ' i Dinni r. i Mrs. storey-White, who is iin a series .f dinner parties, was hostess ; ai charming affair nf ti n covers last I even Ins:, tn pay honor tn twn nf tin' June brides Mis. Rex s Walker I Ahs. Joseph G, Klrkbride, I Tin' colors, pink and while, ul ' Wl re la "I i .1 by the h. Idl s their wedding appointments, pred Inated In last evening's decorations : which were nf pink roses ami smilax. A crystal bowl filled Willi Mrs Itus- I sell roses rested on a reflector In the center of the table, and depending I frnni ihe electrolier, festooned with i hi 1 1 1 hi x and tied With tUlle boWS, was jn bride in her wedding robes. Pink satin boxes filled with uats marked the must nlao.es and were the diinur and in 'in- ravors. i overs Mrs Walker bride, Mr. and Mrs. Btanlej Henry McOraw win- laia ror wr, ami Mr and Mrs. Klrk- Mis. Lorton, Mr and Francis Hlseyi Mr, and t he host . ss "Tell Me ihe Secret" A , i do uou mak such deli Ciout mujfim? Mine are always so dry. And ij I make Ihe taller thin they fall. Iloai So you du ii?" "I make them ethmlt It imii ,., unji I use K C Baking Powder. Mine alioaus turn out well, so il must be the hak'ng powder. ' ' It is the baking powder. To make muffins, cakes and pastry rich and moist, yet light and feathery, a modern double acting baking powder must be used one that will give off leavening gas in the 8ven as well as in the mixing bowl. m Baking Powder 13 really a blend tVtwo baking powders, one of which starts to raise as soon as moisture is added. The other is inactive until heat is applied. This sustains the raise until your muffins, biscuits or cake is done. K C Baking Powder costs less than the old fashioned quick acting kinds, yet you need use no more and it is superior to them in every way. ta Try a can at our rink and be convinced. tnnlvcTfinr) Dinner, A flin ill but very pretty and de lightful dinner of last evening found Mrs. Allle H. Lewis "f Hotel Tulsa as hostess, entertaining ii company of relatives and close friends in com memoration of tin first wedding an niversary nf Mr. Lewis and herself. The private dining room of the lintel was the Scene nf ihe parti and the table was unite attractively ap pointed with a bronze green basket ni sunburst roses, tied with sunburst ribbons, for v. oenterpleoe, Covers were laid for Mr. and Mis. B, A- Ross, Mr. and Mrs ET, ii Lewis. Mr and Mrs. William Lloyd Lewis Mrs. .!. M Thlele of Bt. Louts and Mr. and Mrs Lewis. Ill N Ill -el llOaill In Mi" The heard of managers if the ren's day nursery will meet this Ing at 10:30 at ihe nursery, on T strt eh ihihl iiorn The ciils' Glee club nf the high school met recently for the purpose of organisation, selecting the follow ing officers: Roxle Marie Marr, presi dent; itutii Brown, vlce-prealdent; Alien M. Johnson, secretary and treasurer; Mary Bell Ford, report i to the press; Until Brown, pianist; Eunice Reynolds, librarian; Ruth Tounger, Yvonne Burkhard, Clare McJankln, and Zula Shepard, commit tee mi constitution and by-laws. Miss Potter win instruct the club. Tin birthday anniversary of Mrs J. w. Campbell nf South Guthrie ave nue was given commemoration in a pleasant surprise by a party nf ai t fifteen of her nelghborh od frh nds. Tuesday afternoon, The uuesls spent the hours Visiting whilst liny sewed or crocheted and light refreshments Wire .served. Together with many preiiy mementos of the day, Campbell was presented with original gret tings ami Before I eaeli nf the guests wrote an graphed recipe. Mis. si nne avinu' auto- Your Money W ill Earn 12cc Between Now and Christmas The Table Below Gives Full Particulars A CHRISTMAS SA VINGS ACCOUNT Wi have rctcular printed Contract, the saiuo as tlio banks use when depositing your money which wo sell payable weekly, pay any amount you care to pay, but remember we will sell no contracts after November First KRKK WITH KACH CONTRACT A $10.50 contract, we give you credit with first payment nf 11.31, A $21.00 contract, we sivo you a crodit with first payment of J.'.ti. A SO contract W( Klve yon credit with first payment of $ti.5ij. a $7". roi contract, we give yon a credit with Bret payment of $7. oh, A $12'i.(i0 contract, We five you a credit with first payment ot 111 12. In olher WOtdl we give you 1125.00 for $109. 3S. Tin-" Contracts on Easy Pa j samite, Makes it easy for you to get your Christmas presents and you wl.l not mii-.s the moneywb) paying weekly payments, our Contracts are .ood for nny diamond, Watch, ring, cut glass, sllveiware, or anything In our house except the help. start n Christmas loconw Vodnyi By saving and Paging 5, lO, or 25c a week. A. Y. Boswell The Aid BOI ietv of I'irst MethodiSl church w ill meet today in clrch s as fol'ows: North, Mrs. C. n. Justice, BOI North Cheyenne avenue; west, Mis Lynch, Smith Frisco; south west, Mrs. O. H. Leonard, hit. Bouth Cheyenne avenuej east, Mrs. K. E Braden, 1" Baai Eighth street; south east, Mis II. 1. Button, 1 42S Baltl morc avenue, Mr. and Mrs. Frank T,. Taek are tn save o beautiful new home at Seven te nth and Si. nth Elwood avenue In the conree of the nexl several months, eonstriietlnii of th residence haitiK been commenced yesterday. Mi ll Mis. Iluuli Kins. Jr . ( Mil BE PRETTY! I GRAY HAIR DARK Tin UH WDMoi tii t: 'S "1 i FAV ORITE RECIPE OF SAGE Tl M s( LPHUR. Almost everyone knows that Bag! Tea and lUlphUr. properly com pounded, bring! hack the natural Color and lustre to the hair when faded, streaked or xray; olso ends dandruff, ttchlns scalp and stops falling hair. Tears ago the only way to (tet this mixture WOS to make it at home, which is muasy and troubleeome. Nowadays, by asking at any drug store for "Wyeth'g Bage and Sulphur Com pound," you will get a largo bottle of thin famous old retipo for about CO cents. Don't stay gru I Try It! No one can possibly tell that you dnrkened your hair, as It does it so naturally and evenly. You dampen a sponge or soft brush with It and draw this through your hair, taking ono small strand at a time; by morning the gray hair disappear and after another ap plication or two, your hair becomes beautifully dark, thick and glossy. Beautify the Complexion A uettt pr. p.ii stlon tin bssutlh ma i hi complexion dui will not caUM (I)' m juili ul kali. AI 'rm;pil. .eij VfiaOnriif Stores Gouraud's Oriental Cream! Wc will snot sconalesloa , hsnoli and book ol Pots it" . Iruxrsloi IN, to COVSI COSt nf iniilnitf and wrapplngi PERD T HOPKIN8 & SON Props ft. . ..v . .......v-":'...-'; 5S5si, ' ! Hon To (,Vf Rid of a I Had Cough it J i II A I lli.mr llmlr llrtiiril, Ihnl Will 'O II llll'MI). I li,'S..' ,1 tl IB A aoill ls,lr If you bavu a bad eougii or ehesl cold w ii i-ii refuses to yield tn ordinsrj nine ilu'H, m't from an iiiayyist ounces of rinex (SU nuts worth), pour into a pint bottle anil till the bottle with plain granulated sugar syrup, Ktarl tnkinu a teaspoonful evert '"'m or two. In ii hours your cough will he cuiuiuered or verj nearly so. Kven wlioopiug cough is great!) relieved in tins waj . The above mixture maxes a full pint - a (aniil) supplj ol the llncsl eougii syrup tlml nionet could buj at a coal ot only b4 esnis, Kasiij prepared In fi minutes, l ull directions with I'iuex. This I'iuex and n;..i .'-iiuii prepa ration takes right hold of a cotigu ami gives almost Immediate relief, It loos ens the dry. hoarse or tight cough in n way that i- real I j remarkable, .l-. quickly liealsi the iudaiued mcmbrunes which accompany a painful cough, and Mops the formation ol phlegm in the throat and bronchial tubes, thus ending the persistent loose cough. Excellent tor bronchitis, spasmodic croup and winter coughs. Keepi perfectly ami t.i-t's good children like ii. IMnex is n special ami higlily concen trated compound of genuine Serum pine extract, rich in guaiacol, which is bo healing to ihe membranes, 'lo amid disaonoint ment. n-K vour druggist for "2V4 ounces of Pinex," do not accent ailt IIIIL' else. A cilill a nteii of absolute satisfaoi ion. or monei prompt ly refunded noes with tins preparation, 'ihe Pincx Co., Ft. Wayne, lnd. 'arolyn 1 dekey i w h marriage wi an event of earl) June, have taken apartments In the Carlcton, -'-'I West fourteenth street, when they will be at home for the winter. Mr. Prod McDonnell left yesterday for a several days' stay In Kansas City. Mr. Harry C. Aahb) leaves today to Join Mrs. Ash by, who has been vislt- ini," iii New i ork for some weeks. Mrs Helen IV C,,ne will I'.IVe Sal- urdav f"r an i mli-tin it visit in Law rence. Kan. with her sister, Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Cone win he accom panied as far as Kansas City by Mr, and Mrs. Stanlej His, y, w ho w ill i, id a week oriel; with filemls there. .V chapter P, E, i '. society met in initial session yesterday afternoon with Mrs. Edward McCoy as hostess. Vacation notes, music and the serv ing of light refreshments were tin event of the very pleasant afternoon in Mrs, McCoy's hum". Mrs. J, W. Wilson oj 811 North Cheyenne, and her brother, Mr. J. A. McAtoo, left yesterday for Oil City, I'a.. while llley were Called oil B3- count of the death "f their father, Mr. Henry McAtee. The Aid society of First Christian church will meet Thursday at l'::iii, at the home of Mrs. Joseph Drouot, Mr. and Mrs. K. O. CaVitl are i pected to return at the end of the week from a trip to California and the two expositions. Mr, and Mrs. Roberl M. Purdy and family hue removed from Soutn Perryman avenue to Fifteenth and Troost. Mrs, Frank U Bartlett, who spent the summer months at Chautauqua Luke, N. v , is now visiting in Phila delphia, and after a brief stay in New York will return home. Tkink of Marigold as a Great Food It is just that. Marigold is rich in protein, the element that builds llcsh, and makes blood. Besides, it is ii dainty, flavory-good spread for bread, for biscuits, for mumns. It puts the final appetizing touch into a baked potato, and it's just great on griddle-hot batter-cakes. Marigold Margarine is all that you can ask in purity. It's clean, wholesome, inviting. It's made with every possible care; in orderly, spotless, white-tile ehurn cries. Marigold is a quality food, made for particular folk like you and one trial will give it a perman ent place in your home. Good dealers everywhere sell Marigold. Morris & Company mkn'n SAH KRflNClSCO EXPOSITION 757?e Music House Jenkins OSAGE IS SWEPT BY FIRE; LOSS IS HEAVY A m The Music Maker V1CTR0U Mrs. Ralph B. Harvey and baby are now visiting Mrs, Harvey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 3. W. Penn in Kansas City, w hin- they will be joined by Mr, Harvey In the course of tin days or two weeks, after which the family will rel urn home. A, L. FARMER SPOKE TO ROTARY CLUB Coming of International President Postpones Next Med i ii:;. Bpscial tu The World. OSAQG, Okio., Oct. 6, Property loss is estimated at 180, I when al most the entire business portion of the town of Osage was devastated to day by B fir" of unknown origin. Tiie fire was first discovered lU a liaseiy ami ihe iianos spread rapidly. No lives Were lost bill OHO man was slightly Injured, Verj little Inauranct was earned ml the property de- stroyed. In DrhC Oul Mala -(a ml hinlil I i Die System Take the Old Standard OKOVE'S TASTELESS i hill TONIC, what you are taking, as i ni printed on everj label, sh Quinine and Iron in a tasl Tin- Quinine drives o I n Iron iiuiids up the systen Special Outfit Suggestions Our Service Is Superior a. U Farmer, delegate from tho Tulsa Club to the recent convention of the intei national aeaociatlofl or Rotary clubs, entertained the Tulaa Club lit Us weekly on i 'wit; yestelllal with a twenty-minute talk, giving in Impression of the great convention In San Pranclseo, He told of the en at work ai compllshed at the meeting mm the earnestness with which the dele gates went ulioiit the work, not nen WCtlng the splendid entertainment given the delegates by Frisco. The initiation of new members Scheduled for yesterday was post poned because of the lack of time, it win he held at the next meeting, two weeks from yesterday. It was decided to eliminate next Wednesday's meeting on aei 'Hint of the visit of International .n stdent, Allen I). Albert of Minneap olis, who will be in Tulmi on Friday, ( i. to ber 1 S. The oeeiislon of Presldi nt Albert's visit to Tulsa will be made a notable one. The Tulsa club will give a din ner at 1:10 In the evening In Hotel Tulsa In honor of the distinguished isltor and all club members lire ex pected to hrinir suests to titis meeting, as President Albert hall a wonderful mcsase to convey. Homer Conley anted as Kntarlan yes terday In his unusual style und made a hit with the members. J. Truman Nixon and H. P. Smith, representing Indian records and automobile Blip plies, were Introduced H the two newest members. Coming Wednesday, October 13. nt the Broadway Henry Kolker In Ru pert Hughes; great play, "The Bridge," or -The Bigger Man." i HI. v atl r .-dors ami chin I, 50c pel lesson, on Saturdays. Phone 1480, Advt, No Monotonous FIXED Tone You ncttl c'iniv.T'aliO m-wllcs to Ret dnteitnt tone volumn and tonal qualiu ()vr fi.000 KUctiong to choose from. The wurM'sL'ateBtartiittBtrifCr.'i iay exclusively for h Victor TalliinR MachinaOi. The VtetOf U lositivf!' thettrst UlVintr machine tn tho world. We can easily pruve tJna fact. $17?? JEWWNS YrCTROlA m K Ini'Iud1 Viet ml t talyitj IV with t) jgtefttioM on thrrm tJiMiblffitccti ti . i , your ivieition. ti -sh Mini M sMBtfJ vcuk. $27?? Jwms-VKJMiAni L Inrlixlt'o fi"Wi pit Vlolrolu Bumb:r VI with Bit rliftforiB nn thtre itonlilt'-fiir'ti tvn-inch recordi, your bcl'-'ction. 6.00ru.h$l.u0awoik. $4515 WfOKSYrCIWMA T.i M Inihwhp lef Ht VirtnIa numfs-r VIII with It flcHinna, ytur tMWsVi on acvt'n tcu-incla double faced rtcunla. p .UOcaah l-l.OO a month. jEMaKS-ViCTRDU ?.T N IjirKvet nfse rtable Vittrota Utylei IX with 14 ntcr tiotii, yuor -Miuicf, on fefM t.aiuch doublu-ntti f ni,:.,. i;. vush tC' ij Bin tit h. $80JekwmsYioroumTO Tliit ln.-t ; )"- tlio i.. wi rt rahiro't Virtrola Stvln X with 14 leli'ttiiH h ua at'ven ten - i' . Ii double -tlnevd h'ctgili, your aclviuufi. (o. w cash (i.wu mouth. $105JEKrClKS-VjOROU P 1 .t v i Stylu XI with 11 '..i on Kt'n len-inen goMfacf)d n-corl uf your uwn twleriiun. i;.uocjuh i.tMa Dtouth. Vi-trla 8tyl XIV Baal f I Ifirvi-rit cmbintft plxe with 14 f U cl 't'H on H- Ten tvu-iuch doujle-fattd rccortis. $10. uO '.iii S7 a month. $2O5MENS-VraR0iAoAI S l-nnfcptt cabin, t Vtctn In tStyle XVI with It nrIcrt(ofs with aeve?n t-n-inrh double faced recorda, your choit-. tJs.) cu..h flo.Wmonthly. XVI -tilth It pi-le-i-Hone ,1 pcon-i, your choice, 'I ho electric motor rune ray wtth wniuairf. Motor CUsTCDt. Come !u or write us. W lotion's 417 South Main Itnbrrt A .MeHlrney. Undertaking Tnrlors. 15 Went Third St. Phone 458. Beeldeace phone no Adv. fjenrirr Wlnklrr, Architect e i e - 4 1 r Palaee Bldg -Adv. Pirst-elacH dressiiiakliin Phone (Ctl, Lena a Bmlth, corner Fourth and Boeton, iton Ton Millinery. Adv. Special $:'.r,o and sal i Hats all this week at Mnlllns Milliner;. See Ond and In troll -Adv. ADEQUATE DEFENSE MEASURES URGED WAMII IN "P N, Oet. i!. A three day hi'Huion of tho national defense e.'llferenee under tin llllspiel s of the I National lnten.se loagUS and siinllat I organlaatlona closed today with tho I adoption of resoluUone orging im I mediate naval und military Inert ises that would si" urn tho contlrry against any loreign aisgi'siior. The reeolutfon alee ''tt"! congress to creato lliitneiliately a nation il do fene I'oiinocl "to on-ordlnato the needs of the navy as SXpreeed by the general tn.anl with tin naeeaatty of the nation" and approved plunn of the amy ge&eral staff as to military prepared noss. Among the ipeaktri todaj w.is ijen- You Take No Chances OUR ICE IS MADE FROM PURE DISTILLED WATER Tulsa Ice Co. Phone 12 If. Oden Lake, rorninnnder-ln-chlef opinion of military experts Would of the army and navy union, who shrink to 25.000 effective In ur nald the national guard virtually wan time through refusal to volunteer or useless M at prexent constituted ami failure to pass the physhal examlna. its papi i stiingth of 1 20,000 in the , til n.