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THE TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, iiu
i F T V E C ociety News VKRA OWTKVR TELBPHONB 4IM j sxpei i to pfl in attend. mc daj nighrj dinner-dance mlndi i) ihiii r n ations made bj this evening. at gatur YOVK OITLOOK, I Cheerfulness is .. habit, Jus) muoh as worrying only ll In I a good deal pleasunter for your- I self and everybody ilse, : t tin- I bablt, Uun; and the first thins I you know Ihe worries will have taken Flight, Cheerfulness may I i .isi vim something al first but 11 will pa) in i in- end. ' I low in managi It ' dh out I instead of In. jou are not 1 1 1 - m i human creature who ims I troubles. Everj woman ims I i hem - and no) . u n bo j ou cannot lay claim to anything ex clusive alium ilus line, Bui the world i .1 prettj good world "ii iiu whole, .mil you will enjoy u iiini, than do now when .Mm begin to oul mi ii with unclouded es s. Selected. Haatini 1 in inl.i 1 Mrs. It lull. Ill Mis. Q, Mas. n wi Hie we i df i In' about lowed yellow H III' ll M present Irownlng Mr. Hai hei mi, 'i in r, ,,f Blooming- To I ' ii i lam Informal!) . M iir- ni' Informal Companies, Mis Horace I' And' rson yi sterdn named Tueaday, Wedneadaj and Fr nil w i, i i'Ii ahe w:ii entertuin with ANOTHER GOOD MAN TALKS 1 1 1 1 in nni iu 1 1 in ito.M I'Kt; oi i i iii' and 'in tin t a i hr i alcndur ror i Viduj . A Jane Addams 'hautu uqua Ini eta with Mrs l'. W Crouch. Mis Q, II. Thompson has meeting 1 1 Lofting club, Mrs. j. a. Ramsey entertain! Frl day bridge. Mrs. Aiiii El. Lewis, luncheon fur Mrs. j. Herbert i ixley at Hotel Tulsa. Mrs. Frank A Haskell is hoateaa .it i iisi ui party scries. Jaiuei Tuttle entertain High school genloi s w it ii pa i ty, Mr- and in lYi -i malum of flailing Matrons. The bright and beautiful spring days wiiioii are not far distant were sug gested In the appointments and dec orations uf the delightful afternoon tea in Which Mr. and Mrs. Karl "Irani to Q Calumet! "I want what I ask for 1 know what it would mean to c home without it. Mother won't take chances she's sure of Calumet sure of ligbtj wholesome, tasty bak ings of positive, uni form results of purity and economy. You try CALUMET Baking Powder lay aside your favorite brand once and you'll never go DM K to it. cam met is the world's best liaking Pow der it'i moder ate in pi ice." Recrirrd Highest Awnrtlt AVu' l i Urol FrltSf Slit In found Can. a one of the large affairs of u tnd at ihe same time one prettiest, and was attended b) 150 guests, The color note fol in decoraU00 w;is PittK and ami tin flowers wars those are first to show their faces in the spring, Clusters of tulips and jonquils were used In the reception hall and living room and tin dining table oenti rpiece was a large crystal bowl tilled with thi two varieties of flowers 'in! surrounded by lighted candles, The hostess and her two honorees stood together to welcome the guests, after which it became the duty of Mis. A. T Alison, Mrs V. Val Jean Biddiaon and Mis. John Kinlei to . iiuaini t lie eallei s otherwise extend the hospltalits the inline. Mrs. Herbert D. Mason and Mr:-. Leslie N. Swing poured tea ami tin- refreshment plates wire passed by Mcsdames 11. Otis Mc L'llntock, Italph M. Darnel) and Arthur Newlln W iib Mrs, tircis ami Mi. llcmlce, Thfl new home Of Mr. and Mrs Henry Naurel Qreis, which was rr centlj opened to its friends In one 6t the season's mosl b'euutlful functions, was again on yesterdaj the setting of a lovely iffalr al which Mrs. Greis and Mrs William Henry Hendee were hostesses honoring Mrs. 3, Herbert Oxlej of New Vork and Mrs. Fred eric Hall White Of Seattle, Wash. Quite simple ii rural ion of Ihe re caption hail, living room and dining room was made in Clusters Of a ni nety of pink rosea and aprlng flow era, ami the nuests were informally welcomed Into this attractive and spring-like setting bj Mrs. Greis, Mrs, Hendee and Mis. Greis' mother, Mrs. Oriasa de Laci Wesootl ol Now york, Ten tables were arranged for the playing of auction bridge. The guest favors were exquisite corsleres nf Irish flame roses and lilies of the valley, and the high si ore prises were a French candlestick and Shakespear ean picture, a delightful luncheon of two courses was get on the card taldis. Out-of-town guests in attendance were .Mrs. Francis Balph, Pittsburgh, Pa Mrs. p, B Blktns, Boston; Mrs. J, .1 Frey, St. Louis; Miss isle McNabb, Sarnla, Canada, and Miss Daisy 1'lskerlng, Brie, Pa, Ti Honor Visitors. Mr. and .Mis. Ja nes A. Raffel will i ill, rtaln a party of friends a! cards ibis evening to honor Mr. ami Mis. Charles A. Guy's ca sts. Mr. and Mrs, i'. a. Sentman m Havre de Grace, Md Knights or Columbus Planning Dance, The Knights of Columbus are plan ning ii Valentine season dance with next Friday, February 4 as a prob able date. Reservations for Dinner-Dance, Members ol the Country club, who HOW MRS. BEAN MET THE CRISIS Carried Safely Through Change of Life by Lyc'ia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Til IllllOilm e lil id, M , me aiiys obtained from Its use m Oklahom ii with a I nothing mre than our Mustei Mi in honor(,Q S accomplishing over the ant ''. Mrs country, Among our manj plea ttle I patrons la Mi Joe iiuvlueh, a w known ami popular gentleman rei inr at No, 1 1 ;i i... N Itobinaon d kii stt I Oklahoma City, Mr Kuvlceh is ruesdny, prominent Ragle, being membei Nat Km- Xerie No III, Oklahoma City. greati) for years from catarrh "i I 11 use and lhiu.it. Indignation ainl . stlnation i times I w mild suffei f r?ur i could hardls - I i he rutin, i I Weeks auo Hid am hapP) to SHJ n ' already worked nii.i, i in in i elMi met I'ecil- I i ..... ,.n.i,.,a. i,.,fv ,il ,a .,,11,111,11 larly on Wednesday, gathering In t he I and Indigestion, mj hc-ad is clear hoi i M s. John Freeman, where the catarrhal trouble, i now Kleii i iwrs, A.u ' in s was nuHiriw. ii a baby, when before i t..d, Ti was ii im, m. ii". rjevotea to me stuaymy Bei lid no) refresh me i will , ' i i i . Interesting md pr able. The pre-I and make this statement thai others ti l a u am I ii. n p I mil - I aide Vuctioll. ' i tables s.iiard.iv tifternoon at Tlie I'liiio sui.lv may rei eiv , tb gram was followed bj a social hour ana the m-i-v int nt a Hill- Hi on. hue ri-nm Hi Mi-s Flo Xorth, who ha.- lately j Tanloc sold exclusively In Tulsa b neen receiveo iiiin mem club, was in uttendanc was followed bV a si. the gervins uf i I I in is follow; ; Hull call 1 El ude i Ip. Jfi, Ni rshlp ol the i Quaker Drug Co,, w here ihi Tanlm ' ana ii.m a m.,,, 8 , ,,,iiv attendance i no prognun i pUpa h, , intra! Drug i'i lal imur ami . ,,, ,. Scberzo i in hi on, The num . . . .Current Event i Mrs, VV A Aggei I a a Iliad I n iu 31 mis, when M i v New oil lias hecn ii il in I lie Hai nes hospital ful 1 1 weeks following an opera' . Mrs. Ernest t'luluw ' ! ' d T, rin Gml i lion. Mrs, Charles F Roescl uu i I .m.t d jib. Tbursduj sewing club yesterday ii chirk, alter w hieb iwo lubles of a in t ion w ere formed. Collole 11. S3 "The Natural Shortening" How many biscuits like this could you eat? browntnl perfectly on top; white as snow inside and as light as snowllaUt's, too! with the good, satisfying taste t real biscuits; such biscuits are made withCottolene.the natural shortening. Raking powder biscuits Try Cottolene in ,i batch of them then ar range with your grocer lor a regular supply of Cottolene for al! your shortening atul frying. It is packed in pails of various sizes for your convenience. You ahould havt "HOMK' HELPS Offices, Chicago, fot our real cook hook, Wt ite to our General i free copy. I cups Hour, .1 teaspoons baking powdsr, i teaspoon salt, 4 table poona Cottoltns , 3 cop milk. Sift Hour, sail and baking puwdrr togtthsr rob in Cottolent; mix lightly and quickly; miliars Should not he dry ; roll out on board, eul Into small biscuits, bake tan to Sftttn minutes in hot oven. To make biscuits richer, mix wiib crssm, Whole wheat, graham or rye biscuit ina; made in tlie same way. M i s. John W 1 iintniu; ha m, a bride id' t hi in the Arnold apartments, afforded the inin; matrons of the Wednesdaj brldfp; club a pleasant afternoon on Wednesday, when she entertained for i la first nine in iii r new home, a tout ii of floral brightness was given the laid rooms In clusters ol pink ami white carnations; and amid this pretty and fragrunl Betting luncheon was nerved at I o clock, wnh Mrs. Horry L Stewart assisting the busies. Tin rnllnris ,,f nllnftiin. in w lii. h Mrs A. i ' F. Bourne was winner of Ihe hiub j Scon I ler a w a I'M was a mil 01 limn. Matrons who surrounded the card tables were Mes.la nns Frank H, i 'asebi i r, Roberl I lanna, I larry i Castle, John H Miller, W , U Lewis. A. F, Bourne, Ren S, Walker and Btewart. The i tinK ncxl week will be with Mis. Wulkl r. Mrs. W 1". Tucker was hostess oil Wednesday afternoon, entertaining ihe members of the An Circle and a group of matrons who were special urn .-is. foi tin club's regular session. The hiime was given floral brightness in decorations of narcissus and pink i at nations, and ihe hours from 3 until 5 were pleasantly whlled away in sewing and crocheting, An Ice course was served. Besides the mem bers there were presenl Mesdames W. J. Collier, . w.iiiing. Hurry Btewart, J, W, Darby I Judson L Palmer, Mrs. I e Verne engel will Mrs. P J. McCormlck of Wilkes alter a fortnight's visit to hoi broth ers. I Irs .1 W, and p C, llltc. Miss Rlisabeth Dickey returned home the first of the week fnuu n muni h's v isll in New Yol i A social hour of l be M. n's ltd class nf Kirsl Methodlsl church i he held I his e enlna at 8; 30 in si i bstory. What the Tulsa '. If. C. A. Is Doing v. Cheap and big can Baking Powders do not save you money. Calumet does it's Pure and far superior to sour milk and soda. DANDRUFF SHAMPOO SOAP. v X Ideal (or children. It rids hair and scalp of crime uniUlamlrufT: makes the hair soft and silky i duces st u rdv hair crowth. In a cleanly, convenient, metal hin.red box: Price 25 cents. sold only at Nyal Quality Stores Thf tf onr t-f ttifsr tnrd dnif noret riffit in your ncubboibood l lafc p-itr to true Nnshville.Tcnn. "When I wns pninfr throuKb the Change of Life I had a tu- imor as large as a child I head. The doctor suiil it was three years coming and gave nie medi cine for it until I was called awuy from the city for some time. Of course I could not go to him then, so my sister in law told me that she thought Lydis E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com jiound would cure it. It helped both the Chnnge of Life and the tumor and when I got home I did not need the doctor, 1 took the Finkham remedies until the tumor was gone, the doctor said, ami I have not felt it since. 1 tell every one how 1 was cured. If this letter will help others you are welcome to use it." - Mrs. E. H BEAN, 525 Joseph Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound, a pure remedy containing the extractive properties of good old fash ioned roots and herbs, meets the needs of woman's system at this critical period of her life. Try it If there is any symptom in your esse whtcb puzzles you, write to tli Lydla K I'inkham Medicine Co., Lynn, l.i -. JOHNSON BROS. C. . 1. ONLY C, ). I. i' ii;s dried lor purpose of cooking, fine for dessert, the pound !. 1 lb, Clover Leaf Mutter :,2e 50c can itoyni Baking Powder. .48c 20c can 1M belleu I 'cars SSo 20c can Rlcbelitu Pumpkin, 2 for :i.v 3Bc can Riehelleu Asparagus , . . . 36c 25c can Richelieu Spinach 80c :jac bottle Richelieu Cider Vinegar a.V1 4t'e can Richelieu O. u. Coffee, aBSe :c t un Red Pitted Cherries . . . ,15c . .", can He 1 Itnspbri ries 15o 0c eon Tiny Sifted l'cas Sc ISC ean Country (i"ntleniim ('urn Itle C0e Little I-udy Carpet 'Hrootn ...Mo "re O'Cedar Polish e.V- It bars liob-Whlto Soap 8fl The Wednesdaj morning Bibb classes met at 10 o'clock with Mrs lioweii. Raj 'ile and Miss vllci Stringfletd, rtie Aim ual Mi 1 1 Thursdaj evening at I'l. ins for membership Interesting the girls were discussed. Friday evening at the cottatre al 8:15 will be the first meeting of Ihe Choral cluh under the .direction of Mr. Robert Bolce Carson, This is a membership ami all girls who are Interested in this work are welcomi to join, All business '4irls are urged to be presenl al the supper Frldoj evening ai the cafeteria ui 6:30, I'o Drive Out Malaria and Build I p Tlie System Tal.i Hi, Old Standard GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC. Vou know what you are .iking as the formula Is printed on every label, Bhowlng it is Qulnlr.e ami Iron 50c. a tasteb ss (ii ore W inkler, Arohltect n4-4ir Palace Bldg. Adv. Spei la shir: sale, all .-. all sizes. Ji n.,. i.ee Levering, tailors, i Hotel Tulsa.- Adv. WOULD USE VILLA A3 PUBLIC TARGET the death of Miss X.ii'a Isenberger, aw ij January I" al thi home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Isenberger, in Grant's Pass, Ore., January is after an illness of three years. Miss I Isenberger was a graduate of Tulsa high school class I'JnT and taught "lie I year In the iivim; school, she wan a member of First Christian church this city, and was known and loved by many friends, who will regret to learn of her Untltnel) demise. Miss I Isenberger was a niece of Mrs. Prank i Flxmer of this city. Friends of .Mrs. Alia NTckle Davis, daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. .v W, N'lckle I of 1128 South Boulder avenue, will I be happy to bear of her remarriage to her former husband, Mr. V'erllng 'Wilson Davis of Marlon, ind. Ac companied by her two small children, 'Mrs. Davis left Tuesday for Indian apolis, where the ceremony was QUieti soiemnicea in tne drawing special to Th wurid room oi me 1 laypooi noiei inursoaj DEWEY, ikl inuiuu, on i.nuin nai reoiuo m )ng t0 j . Leonard, iditor of tin anoii, wncm mi. umii pnmi- i,.we Globe, there is much disap intnt member ol the legal profession, polntmenl In Dewey over the facl that - ; General Villa has not yet been cap- ! .Mrs. Archibald u Smith as hostess j tured. has ashed to assist her In making the col". Joe A. Bartlea and his Earlj Saturday evening dinner-dance at the Days Amusemcnl company, which . , 1 1 1 1 1 , I ' 1 1 ' ill 1 1. -i i.i I ii ' I II i L a 1 I "I I - v :i e , u 1 , , . iijiii.i , ,1,1,, I 1 I ;w " . ... . - - :, m S7yr7r'" ' Vwmw In ; si ui a '4 jm Your Eyes- i 1 W'yZ. I and take a taste! No, it's C.lcndalc I w J"j uieomarganne i aiki isn c h. per- wjl! y , f feet ly delicious? It. surprises ym the first time you try it. $J krs- But it's just wholesome food fats and pasteurized f&l r rVpy creamery butter. Jt has Uncle Sam's "0. K." he L My -V vonr eroeer or mnrketiniin today for ymir BM 14""""' Armours I ! I m8S GLENDALE 1 HR 'v i 1 lr33J7oin'' '"1t 8lrcad for bread that i j :tJL cuts the Kr,er gN HJJ HU-.m.,1,,, ARMOUR COMPANY Vg H Dt'WI'J Roundup I'eiipl" Want (i Make Rebel an Ulraellon t bi- Vear. Federation of Allied interests' to par tlcipate in tins event, some of the most prominent men of the city will he there, The Bpeclal singing for the funeral service will be In charge of i vv, ii. Oulberson, while among those who will deliver orations will be w. N, Robinson, However, there will be many others mi tin- program, all of whom will have some special part. Nor Will n be a "stag" affair. On jll miliary all the ladles Of Tulsa, as well as iii" imn. are invited. The wives ami daughters of all the mem bers will he there, the majority of nightly affair in club circles, Mes dames Frank I. I.ouis, James B, Rob inson, Arthur Lee Murphy, Lynn n Wallace, Pranh -. Baker, Janu s p, Flanagan and the Misses Mae Evans, Pauline Gamman, Mildred Kline. Dor othy Madison, Mabel Marsh and Elisabeth Madison, Miss Eleanor Dbcrle entertained the Youngest Girls' Bridge club last niuht at her home. ." s Columbus avenue, A feature ol the party was an alum inum shower for Mist Helen Fist, whose marriage to Mr. Claud Rosen- stein of Tulsa will take place Monday evening. MlSS Fist was not in at tendance because of the recent death of her grandmother. Muskogee Phoenix. bai s Sma ll Ivory Soap ban r. a (i leap can Sanl-Fluati 2.-M' 2.Kr Ile 4 cans Monsoon Cleanser 25e We handle a swell lino of Pastry. WE DELIVER. Phone ItSa, ib B, Third st. Jlrs. John B. Meserve was hostess to her auction club yesterday after noon, entertaining the matrons for two tahbs verj pleasantly, The win ner of high sinn received the usual purchase credit, and a luncheon of two courses was served In conclusion. Mrs. c. E. Strouvelle, Mrs. C It. Adams and .Mrs. Hulette V. A by sub StitUtl d. Mrs. Jterlc V. ('adman is now at her home in this eity recuperating nicely front her recent operation in an Oklahoma City hospital. Mr. ('ad man's mother. Mrs. L. fj. Tracy of Prescott, Mo., Is with her aon's family. Miss Mary Hroekman and Mr. W, (1. Brockman lefl yesterday for Kan sas City, where they were called by the ibath oi their brother's wife, Mrs. II. C, Brockman, Funeral and Interment of the deeeasrd will occur today. Mrs. Harry Brilliant and two ehll dren of Denver, Col., arrived yester day fur a visit to the families of In r brothers. Messrs. Simon and IfOSC Jnnkowsky, and her sister, Mrs. Lena Ifatoaky. Mrs. J. Arthur Hull Is planning to leave shortly for Pittsburgh, Pa., to spend a few weeks with Mr. Hull. Colonel and Mrs. W. (J, Newell ar rived ho pis at noon yesterday from irrangtng to appropriate several thou sand dollars to pay I'arrana if he would turn Villa ovei to them after his capture, it was then- intention to bring the wily Mexican rebel chief in Dewey, fatten him up and shoot him as one of the big attractions al the annual roundup ii) July of this yea r. BRITISH CLAIM TURKS RETIRING U WDON, Jan. 17 1 8 . m. i- Gen eral Townshend, commanding the British forces invested at Kut-KI-Amara In .Mesopotamia, has reported that the Turks have evacuated thei trenches m the land side of the de fenses at 1-ut and haw retired, gen erally speaking to about a mile from the British entrenchments, :t was of ficially announced here today. There is in. Change in the situation as reported by General Aylmer, com manding th- British column that has lien marching to the relief of the Kut-EI-Amnra garrison. Hammer-Hatchet Ceremony tonight if Messrs. everybody even- I heir intinued from Pii casket specially designed for the pur pose, after which there will be funeral songs and funeral orations, after which the casket, bearing the address of the Chamber of ('omrneiec of San Diego, Cal., will be delivered to an express company for transpor tation fur away for burial In the waters of San liego bay. it Is confidently thought that once they've been burled neither the hatchet, burial of which Is signifi cant of peace, or hammer, representa tive of knocks and grudges, will eer return, and the city will be better off for their absence. Prominent Men There, As It is the Intention of practically al' members of the chamber and whom are on committees, whose duty win be in look after those who come of their own BCCOrd in response to Ihe general invitation printed In The World si oral da J H ago. There w ill b i ntertainmenl of a special character other than that hav ing in du with the funeral Hammer ami Hatchet, ami who participates is promised ing which will long live memory. Tlie Reason for It. Although the average person real ises why a reception in honor of newl) elected officers and directors of an organization of the Importance of the Chamber "f Commerce should he held, there are some who have professed not to be quite clear nn the actual meaning of the burial of the hatchet and the hammer, Here'i i crude explanation: win n the n il iii, iii reigned throughout ibis section of the coun try tin r Was only one sure way to insure peace, That was to summon a council and bury the hatchet. There has been some discord In Tulsa for some time, although fortunately not as pronounced U is apparent in other cities of the same size, and to bring about peace it was deemed advisable to resort to the custom of the Indians and bury the hatchet, a uti mon slgnflcant of peace. The Knockers, Too. And the reason is that whatever discord lias come to the surface here probably can b attributed to a class of Individuals whose activity is not designed for the promotion of har mony, "Knockers" the generally are called, and representative of all knockers is thi hammer Therefore, along with the hatchet will go the hammer, and through the disposal of both it Is almost certain the desired result will be forthcoming peace and go id will with the inevitable happy climax. Big things can, and undoubtedly win, be accomplished by the Cham ber of Commer e during the present year, but with anv semblance of dis cord such a thing Is Impossible. The new board of directors comprises some of the city's foremost business men and with these persons behind the secretary, manufactories win be brought to Tulsa by 'he dozens, and it Is confidently predicted that a year will witness a 50 per cent Increase In the city's population. on Should Be There, foil should be In attendance at this Let Us Show You First We have the besl goods thai mon experience uan buy. Second We guarantee every article sold gatiiifactory we replt tree of charge, il if not Third eWe have the bpsl jewelry manufacturing plant in the southwest, where we make must any piece of jewelry within twenty-four hours, We can make you a rinr or set you a diamond while yon wait, We now have five mechanics work ing and will have to add another owing to our increased business. Fourth- Why is it thai our manufacturing and repair busi ness is growing so rapidly 1 Because we have every equip ment in the way of machines, tools and expert workmen to do your work iu a first class manner. Let u.s have the next repair work you have in liiiiiitn sel ting, jewelry repairing, designing and manufacturing any special piece of jewelry. Watch Repairing and Engraving -Every man has his own department, Watchmaker, engraver, jewelry manufacture, jewelry repairer and clock repairer, exclusively. Try tis with the next repair work you have. A. Y. Boswell Co. 123 SOUTH MAIN Oldest Established Jewelers in Oklahoma. all-important affair. Yon will feel better afterward, as there is satis- , faction In the knowledge that yui have participated In something which is Hastened fur the bfttterment of your city. And If you do iniikc up your mind to be there Invite your friends to accompany you. The mure the merrier, you know, mid there will be a merry time on this oocaslon, Specially designed and appropriate buttons win be distributed to nil per sons attending the reception and participating in the ceremonies, Tin y convey the bblect of the burial of the hatchet and hammer, are arttstto and win be the moans of great!) ad vertistnfl Tulsa. They iu be affixed to your i oat lapel or bodlcl bj per- Jgnns specially appointed for that I DurPoa, Bs Uu re. I Allcock PLASTERS 9 a w yrr'Ts Tht WorlXt Crtattst Exttrnal Htmtdy. Coughs and Colds Inn cht and another U i ibuuliler hlfttlea) Weak Chests, -Any Local Pain. niur on Having ALLCUCK S.