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tiik Tulsa daily world, kkimay January m i9H
ft v R t Society Vera tin ) nil l':pl.om 41U0. THE HAT WITH A NEW SILHOUETTE I III M.I I.I SI) I Mendelssohn com pi Al i ha age "f II i 'a i "i Is wild have written hit. first umOm, I I Bhelli ) wrote "Queen Mab" and I i hi ii us c i Midsummer Hllfht's I for t Dream. I I w I 1 i i i i i i i I .i g Kaelm wrote 1 t machi ' and Hannah Moi I '' he Si arch . fter I Ian ( lCII Ml t'l ill I us t have I Heine I .mil t I l i t A i A: h'alr' I Al I'M 36 Thack had appeal r.u Bunyu t Pilgrim' I'rogrei I t f 1 1 I iin- Iliad. From the In Wi.i lil. i i t A I I ) WHY NUT PROFIT BY EXPERIENCE ( lire I llnn-aiid- Rl'lllg lb Iii v. il. lid "suffered a mi o Kff 01', I Whj will from 1 1 1 ri i wlin have found 1 1 h. t eil H The Calendar for Tills Friday, Charity bridge for benefit of Tulsa Humane society at Convention hall. Shakespeare club meeting with XI is. i ia i ry i'. sini lair. Matin' nf Akakn Kama club al Knights of Columbus hall. Mrs, Thomas I. Monroe entertains I-1 idoy auction dub, .lane Addam chauts io.ua meeting wiiii Mrs. u Williamson. Vftcitloon ol Sewing. Mrs. Theodore Cox entertained junto a Irge company of friends with delightful afternoon nf sewing Wednesday, ii was an affair of about thirty (I the in-; in wlii.-h the sail The rather topheavy suggestion pf this hal is Iti tv -s with an odd reversal of ordinary procedui located around the top nf the crown ami there Is Sible annum! nf brim. Tin' undeniably chit! little lulm to modlwh- tite trimming Is the i ry slightest pos- mllllnecy nnniei is nf hlef all black velvet, adi 'I hails. with dark green velvet leaves ami blossoms made of pearl WOMAN WEAK, DIZZY, NERVOUS health Restored by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. V Ft w Wmm . bepan taking lamaioa, N. Y. "1 suffered greatly with my head and with backache, wa.-i I weak, dizzy, ner vous, w i t h hot flashes and felt very miserable, as I was irregular for two years. One day when I was feeling unusually bail my sister-in-law came in and said, 'I wish you would try Lydia E. Pinkham I Compound.' So I it and I am now in good health and am cured. I took the Com pound three times a day after meals, nnd on retiring at night I always keep ft bottle in the house. " Mrs. L. N. BuhNHAM, 35Globe Ave. , Jamaica, N. Y. Women who recover their health nat urally tell others what helped them. Some write nnd allow their names ami photographs to be published with testi monials. Many more till their friends. If you need n medicine for Wo men's Ailments try Lydia E. Pinkham 'sVegetable 4 iompouodi Write Lydia E. Pinkham Medi cine Co, confidential) for any thing villi need to know about t- i troubles. guests were gathered for an after noon of kenslngton and crochel were pruttll) decorated In bouquets of red carnations and ferns. Interesting and pleasant diversity was given to the afternoon's program of entertain ment In a word contest, The favor nf a imx of handkerchiefs became tht good fortune of Mrs. C, R. Richards .Mrs. Co was assisted in the serving lot a lutieii of two courses bj Sirs. C. B, w alker, Mrs. J n. Porter and Mrs. i; V, x ratea. Sociul Sewing Si'ssiiiii, A social sewing session il Trlnltj r lid Is announced for this b fieri nt Trinlt) Episcopal church. Mn i I oward Johnson ami Mrs. Horace K Johnson will be hostesses, t Cards, Mrs Thomas I. Munroe lias Invited friends tor an evening al cards Sat urday in honor of Mr. Mun roe's birth day anniversary, Konaldsoii-Hliilr. Holy Family Catholic church was the seen - nt an Impressive and prett) wedding ceremonj on Wednesday morning when .Miss Theresa Mane Ronaldson, young daughter of Mr, and Mrs. W. J, Ronaldson, became the bride of Mr. John Thomas Blair, The B6I Vice was al ; o'clock with Rev. Fathoi John -l Helrlng cele brating blgl mass and was precedi i in i in- playing of the nuptial music bj Mis.- Lucia Punke and the singing of O, Balutaria and Ave Marie by Mr. J, J, Kerrana Miss Anita Donovan attended tin bride, while Mr, Will iam Blair of Cushlng stood as his I rother's bi si man. A toilet of green cloth, made tailored and with ail accessories ol the same color was worn by the bride. Her flowers wc a corsage of bride's ruses ami lilies nl tht valley, The maid of honor wine a tailored suit ut tan cloth and a corsage of i mi im si roses following the nuptials the bridal i u rtj w in in i he Ronaldson home, CIS Wesl No. ih it root, where u break last was icaved. The table centar piece "as m red carnations and the eppolntmQiitf throughout wen In the same color. Mr. anil Mrs. Blair have gone ror n brief eddlng trip to points in 7 as, ai the conclusion ol which thoy will establish a temporary place it i evidence until the completion of a lovely home which is to be erectc tin them in Klrkpatrlck Heights, M is. Homer Hufft entertained with ;i in m i ;i ri Wednesday afternoon, having 4UPatl lor toUf tables. Tin prizes nt ini glass ami hand-made guest towel were awarded lo Mr-, .lames Marshall and Mrs. L. R, (Jan field, respectively. Refreshments were si r cd in Mesdames H K, Alex ander, !. T. Davuitlt, William Worces ter, Edward Crosaiey, Ben Baker, i.. R, Canfleid, T. H, Stefflns, .lames Marshall, W. E, Thompson, T .1 I ouble, W. O, Bohnefeld, 0.0 Pryor, Waiter i tm kctt, Jami s I r t. w. H. Wood, M. C. Cross, T. P. Guy and T P, Truelovu, Mrs. Stuarl Fi Hisey and Miss Bethel Cone and other members of the Steady and Service club will Ki""- la stiver tea next Thursday, Ja iry ! 20, a l t ii" ( !one home. on Soul Ii Boulder avenue. Tin proceeds will be used m assist the travelers aid work in Tulsa. Mrs E. Hevenor has returned from Sapulpa, wiu re she was called on ac- , count ni the death ol her sister, Mrs, Mary Hughes, who passed away Mon I day after a brief illness of pneumonia Thin People Can Increase Weight Thin men ntal women who would lite to inerciue tbl weight with Hi or 15 pouadi r,r healthy "stsy IB in- a little Sinful fin ihould Irj est their nn nl- fo a 1 1 i i i i ii nooil Beifli yourudf inn! Sciatica's Piercing Pnln, To kill the nerve pains of Sciatica you can ulwuys depend on Sloan's Liniment. II prnrlrutos til the seat nt pain and brings ease as soon as it Is applied. A .meat comfort too with Sloan's is that no rubbing is required, s inn it's Liniment is Invaluable for stopping muscular or nerve pain of any kind. Try it al once If you suf fer with Rheumatism, Lumbago, Bore Throat, I ain in Chest, Sprains. I I UlseS, eli . It is 6X1 client for Neuralgia and Headache. 25c tit ill 1 iruggist.- Adv. tablet with i vitv meal- for two weeks. Then ' manv thin men and women we bclievi ess Plait mlil (nun five to tiit'it pounda in. the in a foortecn dsyi bj following thla limple tlirei lion. And beil ol all, the new flesh slaya put. s.iri:oI doea not of Itself make fat, but rolling With 1 1 r food, a alma to turn the fniH. siigara and itarchea of what you have istn lato rieh, ripi fat prodnclni Donrish nienl fur the titaaea snd blood-prepare it in mi i.'siu saatmlUted form which the blood eaa rendih accept. Mach of thi- nouriah ment now pasnen from vour body wsate, Hut s-iriil works 10 slop the wsate and do il qalcklv anil to make the fst-prodoelog eon- keati ol th" very aaaio mesla yon are eating now develop pounds mill pounds of health) flesli between vour -kin nnd hones. Bargo is safe, plesasnt, efficient atid hiexpenalve. The Recall Uriii eninpany and other lesding drngglata in thla vicinity sell it In large hn es- forty tahh-ts to a paekiise on a guarantee of weight inerease Of money hjek :ia found in ea 'Ii Ijr'e )." Adl Mr. ainf Mrs. Prank Hourron Casebeer (MiiM Sarah Elisabeth 1 1 unt i w ill arrive home today at the conclusion of a fortnight's wedding trip to Dea Moines, Iowa, and t'lii cago, Mrs. Robert Galbreath left yester day for Miami, Texas, where she was summoned by a telegram announcing the serious illness of her mother, Mis. Ellen Kivlin. Rccreos In Danti The Recreoa club i arils I'm- a ilatiee 2 1 . ai the Elks' hon formal affair. Janus rj 21. esti rdaj Issued Priday, Januarj ON COLD WIN TER NIGHTS iii'.t in a cheerful grate fire, there is nothing thai can give so much pleasure to every member ut' the ilv as a I Oi l Mill i Ii l OXOL.I IKH i: 18.1 on COLUMBIA GRAFONOLA You can buy )! here on easy pay ments, Columbia records will plaj on Vic tor talking machines, likewise Victor records will play on Columbia Graf-onolas, Darrow Music Co. 10VE Mrs. R. .. Douglas hit yesterday fur a several days' visit in Kansas City, she will in joined en route bj her sister Mrs. i '. E. Fling, nf Bar- ti. svllle, Mrs. John A. Arnold and children nf Muskogee have returned homi after a visit in this eltj With Mrs. Arnold's parents, Mr ami Mrs Wil liam Goodman, Mis t. R, Erwln is a patient In a local hospital, where she underwei I surgical operation nn Tuesday. Mis Erwln is recovering satisfactorily from the ordeal, Mrs Mary Ooodwln of Bradford, Ph., has arrived to spend the winter visiting the homes nf Mr, and Mrs f. V. Nelson ami Mr. ami Mr- Ed Win n. Perry, a bottle todu from Tin Quaker Drug company, exclusive agency wanted in even cltj ami town of the stale. Write w. ,i. Turpln, No, smith Main street, for a Teniae connection A.I.. RVE directors TO TRIAL AGAIN 'harges Againsl six Other Will .ii Be Pressed, s,i s ( l retrorv. WASHINGTON, Jan. 13. Retrial nf rive former directors of the New Haven railroad under Indictment for conspiracy to violate the criminal pro vision ol i in Sherman antl-trusl lav A'us nr. h en todui by Attorney General Gwgory William Rocke feller, lewis Cass Lodyard", Edward n. Bobbins, Charles P. I'. ker and Charles M. Pratt are the live in whose eases a jurj iii New V'ork disagreed last Sum, ay .Mi. Gregory announced al the sami nine thai the eases against George P, Baker, Theodore Vail, T, Da Witt Cuylor, Francis T, Maxwell, Ed ward Mlll'gun ami Alenander Coch rane, Indicted on the same charge ami Granted nepurati trials, would he iiis missed, Tiie date mi which the governmenl will seek t i begin the m vv proceedln s was nnl di 1 i'li il todaj The ittorney-goneral announced the posltl m ni his department in the following statement: As in n lafore stati .1 by Mr. Batta, tin defendants with respect in whom the Jury d'f-agr I, namely, Lewis i'ass Leynrd, Edward l Robblns, William E, Rockefeller, Charles P. Brooker ami Charles M. Pratt, "ill be r tried. "Certain defendants not connected v it h the a I .air nl' I I'e NCW I IttVen company until HUO or thereafter wern granted a si verance by the court. Th prosecution wiH be dismissed as to t hem." n was said tnniybt that the deter mination rnt to continue the cases v. as reached because I hi iil nol be come connected with the New Havi i You'll Sec Those Pimples Vanish Better Satisfaction -Uniform Quality - Appetizing 41 These are I he chief reasons why so many pre fer Armour's (.leiulile. First, it is appetizing, delicious in taste always uniform in Quality ami gives day-after-day table satisfaction, What more could you ask than a palatable spread pure wholesome dependable - winter ami summer. Armours GLENDALE Oleomargarine means economy Bmailer butter lills because of the act mil iimney-savinR- in price and the kind of satisfac tion obtainable only through Glendale. Its popularity and purity are guaranteed by three government inspec tions and five Armour inspections. Let one of the following dealers supply you with a trial carton your test v ill make you a regular buyer. Armour GLENDALE Dealers Cuioi IgtlUNl IS 1. Set i le ( hah Miii kd KingH Marked laslid (ll'oeon Mai l in Bl'HS. Traders, 10() Kasl Sccnnd St. Traders, is Knsi Heeontl St. I Icll s Subwii ( i roeery ( ). A. Sti'incr, lOtli Ht, ( I roeen f). Lottinville Bros, 10. Western Irocery ( 'o. 1 1. Third Si reel Markel 12. -I. I. llendrieka III, 'oleniaii ( trocer . Wesl Tulsn II. VI, . Sweeney I".. Wi l.lv Bros, and others. ti ii A ARMOUR en CO (VI PAIN Y ltjJ 50 CENT BOTTLE FREE i n Prora Itllt i.i III SEND TO-DAY mm I tut Weak ni' Orrr Insist Hearta, hiiuttatlun, ValtmUu or Mpummlle 11 carl PrIos, Nitvihw ir (imntc llatrl Dlaordera, " Tobiu.'t'n lli iin." lcior Olrco intii'ii, Korvoim l ..Ii.iiihiiiiii or Mlun el iiie Heart jrunctloua, Abtoloteli Mite. THE CARDIANI CO. I AST HAMPTON, i onn. MaMUmt iwn .1, n mm thy r..iRPisNi r.r miR FXl'lNSE FrfM SO cent bottle mailed to your address C rdM CaDtpt , , Cast Hdmplon, Conn. board nul l recent years and were mi Interested in many ol the acta i uiieii iiie government complained. STATE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION HERE? Young Democrats to Meel in Tulsa I m I lefore the Uiii' Gathering. I STORE'S (iivat Special Sale Wo ni ens and Misses' Shoes Only a Few Days More. Don't Wait, .lust tli- shoe you wsnl and just your size may ! here today irotie tomorrow . a LOOK AT THESE PRICES: Women's- 7.0(l v. lines $5.25 s 1.(1(1 values $3.25 $6.50 valueH $4.75 $3,50 values $2.95 $6.00 values $4.95 (KJ.00 values $2.45 $5.50 values $4.65 $2, 75 values $2.40 $1 values $3.95 $2.50 values $2.00 $4.50 values $3.65 $2.00 values $1.65 Misses' and Growing Girls' WOMEN S STORM BOOTS good siiIhI sensible storm boof is very necessary this kind nl' weather. We can supply your Deeds. Extra Special Today and Saturday Woi -I Satin I'uitips, Pink, lilue or Jt) 7 PC white tpZ. D THIRD AND MAIN nl to II n Worlt 'KI.AIIi i.MA CITY, IT'S .11 ST M M i l l! l I I w Ii t t i ll 8TI VKT'S l -i II M VVAK1 lev TR1 M e i K M.I MAIM n PRKR. The correct and beat blood purifier known in scii'iice is Culciuni ,!iiU phide. This great cleanser is oon taiiiHii in proper quantltiei in Stuart's Calcium Wafers and that la why nil blood troubles and sUm blemlahes rapidly disappear after their use. League nt i I Miss Helen Baxter has arrived from w i' hlta, Kan., to Jrin her par ents, Mr. :i!'il Ills. I'll, ii U s Ni'i httiKin, in maklna this i ity her home. Mrs. A. A. Basa la confined to her I home, Tit -'until Main, suffering wiih nn attack of grippe. I Mrs. Ralph M. Dnrnrll and little sun Ralph, jr., will return early next week from a visit to .Mr. Darnell's home-folk in Wichita Falls, Texaa, Mrs. fJ II Klmmona hns retnrnnl from Qalveaton, Texas, where she whs eiilldl several ieli- ntn by the total illness of hor father. I Mr-. ('. I!. Walker is hnm from a pleaaanl i.it of several weeks to her . home-folk in Wichita. Mrs. A. M 1'ininiii.tn is eriikiilly ill with grippe. Mrs Qeorgs Winkler will be hostess lnt the meeUng of her card club noxt i Monda aft ernoon, Mr. and Mrs Douglas W Fi inehnt will return today from a several weeks' isit in the east. Mr. and Mrs. B, u. Irvan have moved from West Twelfth street to the Newsum apartments. ciatic party. The date for the Demo set mill tin place has not yet been ge- ever. It Is understood to in' the deslt'fl (I the leaders, if possible, in hold th Irected thnl the sneclal session nt the legislature will be out nt the win be fore 1 1 1 1 1 tune. II seems In be th' desire "i state Chairman Alger .ti i t'.ii ami ii Governor Williams to gel the session ol the legislature over nn i before th" state convention is called To Drive urn Miliaria and Build I i t he System Take tin old Standard OROVE'Sl TASTELESS . bill TONIC. Vou know Kiiai you nn taking aa the formula is luinteii nn every label, showing It la Qpinine and iron m a taatelei term. 50c. OcnrL'o Winkler, Architent. 411-4 15 Palace Bldg -Adv. "It'a Wondcrfnl Hom RtuartN Calcium Wafers Clear rp the Complexion!" An Dturightful anil pimply face dui to Impure blood is a repulsive sinbi Every first-class druggist in this country entries Stuart's Calcium Wa fers, which are pleaaanl to take, harmless, ami may be obtalm i for 30 Cents a Imx. Mail COUpOD below for free trial pa kage, Blair Broa have moved their of- fi. i fi 5 '!?- 3 i 6 t Mil Bldg. Adv. i Unpaid telephone bills for th" : month of January are past due. If (not paid by 6 p. in. of the fifteenth, aervice will be diacontlnued. Ptoneei Telephone .v.- Telegraph Co. Adv, 1 trr nnnn f on A T FOR PRIZE CROP NEXT TUESDAY m (ot r ' - Starts Our Jan is (A-i ; uary Clearance TXJilftW I Sale- WAIT FOR IT TODAY, SALE OF WHITE ENAMEL WARE Over 500 piece of heavy, all white enameled war... sub as mixing bowls, milk ami pudding pans, cake ami pie pans, mugs, . iips. billies. wash baatns and other items, values up in 30e. Priced special for to- in. Ct'HTAIN RODS Vt 9c GAS MAXTLES I 5c Brasa ami oxidised copper fin Upright or inverted style mantles, (shed tension curtain rods, sev- only l60 , s,.n ,a era! styles to choose from, all at ror today at 5c I I -s howls VI lis, INITIAL SALT SHAKERS VI i mporti 'i white 1 'h n.i, goM top A delayed shipment of 8 H -Inch shakers with Initials in gold. deep cut bowls, flower cuttings Tl" " ?r mvtra Inltlala sold out If we have yours it will be a har would be $:s regular. Today al s- gain .a in.' Free Trial Coupon P. V Stuart in., sto Stuart Bldg.. MarshaU, Midi. : Bend tm once, by return mall, a free trial paekaire of Stuart's Calcium Wafers. Name Street city SH l inl to Tht Wnrbl. ADA, ' Ikla., Jan. u, Jain si Auten, tha tO-vear-old hov who raised S.IOi I p. iimls of Med cotton mi two ai res of giouna in tins county, has juai re ceived a beautiful silver cup from the Capper publications as being the beat niton grower uiikuik the state cot. ton lub boysj. The yield was easily the best In the slate ibis ear, Elmo Kllis, the enmity aKtH. sas The recorda were compared In Stillwater Inst week a pontotm unty inn also won tim Irat ini'-e ii, fatsrlta, Dock Coffee of j I nil' I I UI nl' .seven first pi I', s awarded two came to Pontotoc. Miss Byrl Ko bet iron, a young girl who lives near Ablosn. won the third prise in cotton, Dlmo Bills fi eis pi oud of ih i records made by the members ol the ciuba he crganlaed. He believes II iii be bin1 in beat the record, espe cially when one takes into conaldei i tlon the number m' fourth and tifiii prizes won by thoae who worked under his direction, Dlmo Bills, who has been demon stration a ;eal ol this county for the pat two yea is, has resigned bis posi tion here and win lake up the wors iii snine othei county, i. it. Mill .if Duranl has been appointed to aucci ed Mr. Bills i in will move lo Ada Within a fi w da) s. Mr. Klbs has nut. decided what Ci i.niy he ,ill take via. as Several if' i pen to him. During bis work hers he organised the boys ami gtrta Into the varloua nubs and began the work that has ,. il. -eil tb buys ami till- lo n ake some enviable record REPUBLICAN URGES PHILIPPINE BILL WASHINGT UcCumber, Ri cated x ins t h pine islands i that the Unite mora 11) bound tint poaat t constant men: not only wai an aetlon, bu islands was i mi a mllltar; point of view. He Introduced amendment tn tin pending but foi extending tn the Pliipinoa a greatet degree of self-government whlcl would authorize the president to seek an International agreement to mmr- gntee the autononi of the Islands aid the Filipinos In extabllakiaur, ; statiie government ai d then to pro. claim Independence, Senator Thompson of Kansas (BOkl in favor of the lull. A vote on II II expected Saturday.