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n .ft,. r 1 1 E UL8A WORLD, SATURDAY P K BRUARY 1 '. . 1916 v t vn C ociety News VERA r.wrvNF. TBLBPHONB 409 I I t I II I r I I ii is om .f i tit- pruvoklnfl I I but Interesting things nboui life t I that a win never stop u inomeni I I for admiration. No looner do I I you pause i enjoy it, or phllo- I I ophite over ta or poetise about I it Hi. m ii is up and away, ami I I tiie next ttuii ii (lunee around t I ii is vanishing over tin iitu 1 I with the wind in Its fartuents t t and the sun in its hair, David t I Grayson in Hi iiipfieltl. I M, Qossel W. T Qrlffcnsteln and Henry lirandner are amoni those who win q to Oklahoma City Tins day i" attend the Brand lodge meet Ini o( iin Bastern Star ol Oklahoma VOICE ALONE NEVER BROUGHT SUCCESS 1 !' ant v and I racious suit Presence Also Ave Noi'CSStUY, I'lir ralcndar ror Saturday, Valentine Masque party of Tulsa Matinee I'urts .Mrs John McKlnle) entertained with a matinee party t the Palnce theater Thursday afternoon, In -pllmenl t" Mrs q, a Hastings of North Adutns, Mass., and Mrs, R. M. Brownins of Springfield, 111. The afternoon .ii the picture show was followed by tin ssrvinn ol a lunch eon si Teacup inn. for Mesdatnes Arthur Newlln, A, T. Alison, s. I. Ford, W. B. Andrea, Earl Q, Hast ings and Miss King. 'in i Ipon New Home, The now home Of All'. and All- Y. Val Jean Blddlson in Maple Ridge will be opened to friends in an In formal tea, nl which Airs Blddlson will ntand is hosti s, on Tuesday, IVhrraiv 20, t olonial Ten Postponed, The colonial tea, winch was being planned by the Tulsa chapter Daugh ters of the American Revolution for Tuesday, Kebruary has been In definitely postponed, n is not un likely that tlio affair will bl hold In tin new llbrnrj soon after Its com plel ii 'n. Mr. and Mrs. W. Vel Jean Blddl son entertained with an Informal dancing party Thursday evening for Airs. Biddlson'a cousin, Mr. Harry Ballanger of Anadarko, who was a member uf the Oklahoma university glee olub, ;iris of the part) ware t lie Misses Alary .-'ill. Pauline Tiin- ples, Naomi Meserve, and iiutii Toevsi and their escorts were all young nidi of tin glee club. Airs. Verne Van Morn was hostess fit a meeting uf the Mother's club Thursday afternoon and in addition to the entertalnmont planned fur the members, gave a part) to tin club children in honor of tin- third ar.nl versar) f her small sun Billy, The rooms wore decorated In deference io st. Valentino's da) and the re freshments carried a not, of rod and white, Mrs. Paul Banger won the prise of a Wallace Nutting picture, in u contest, Airs. A, C. Spitsnagle and littli daughter Electro win leave Monda) for a visit with Air. ami Airs. Bernard I: Bridgewal ir, Alts. Spitsnagle voi s ;ii (his time especially to attend tin grand chapter O, B. s. which convenes in tin- capital city Tuesday, Mcsdames Prank i Peaman, Wood ton Norvell, ISIIa Walker, W. I'. Slayton, Thomas Lott, Emma Past, B. Miss Blanche Bowman loft Thurs daj for Oklahoma City, where she. -in, i,i spend several days visiting tiir Mi--,- Marguerite and Caroline L'olcord, AUss Bowman was among iiu guests honored at a part) ami dance with which tin' xii-sis Colcord ntertulned lasi evening, Mr. and Mrs, n. ' Mclntyre havi -.-iir. Airs 'i ,i. Mclntyre of Burns, Tenn ami Ahs. Bnunn Hall uf White week ior an Indefinite stay. Christian church will hold a Wash Ington'i blrfida) tea Thursday, FeU- VI is P suit has returned home after an shsenci uf more than two wicks, during whu h time she visited her parents in Willard, Mo., and spenl several dU)'H with her brother, Mi. I B, Ross uf Springfield, who has been Ah- ;. c. Yeani r left yesterday for CrosaVille, III.. where she was called on account of I hi' serious ill ness of her sister, Mrs M, W. Waring oi Boise City, Idaho, ti e Waring fumllj formerly r sided in Tulsa Tin- girls of the high sihooi bible class will entertain the beys uf the student bod) with a leap year party ami taffy null, this evening ai Plrst i in 1st is n church. .Mrs. i', ni c Magee ami children Gertrude ami Teddy will leave todaj in spend several weeks in Albuquer que, X. M. Mrs Arthur ii. Perryman, who is a patient In a local hospital, where sin underwent a surgical operation Thursduj evening, is doing as well as could be expeclcil. Airs, ferryman Was in a lanrcroiis condition at the time ut i in operation ami it will be several weeks before she is com pletely recovered, All. and Alts. Charles P, N'ohle and children. Maxim ami Charles, Jr., left last night for an over-Sunday visit with Airs. Noble's mother, Airs.' M, J. Duncan, in Kansas City, Air ami Mrs Charles Ed Ward Strouvelle and Mr. and Mrs. Qranl R, McCullough are expected to return home Monday after a three-weeks' trip to New York. Mac- Menu i Tulsa Morning World) BREA l cast Hominy Prunes Cream Minced Beef with Tomato Same Cereal Be erage Coffee LUNCHEON Baked Means with Sum Cream Beef Relish Hot Toasl Whole Whi at Gingerbread Tea DINNER Clear Soup (roast beef bones) Stuffed Mutton Chops Sweet Potatoes Cauliflower spinach Salad French Dressing Graham cracker Cakt with Quality Frosting Coffee INGRAM QUALITIES Prima Donna N 1 1 Is to Appear 1 1 r Possesses Them All. her voice alone. She had to lie of prepossessing appearance and Ioni an excellent rtage presence, Miss In- connectlon with the fust grand eon i practically all the qualities neccssarj to make her what sin is om of the foremost prl ua donnas on the Amor lean concer! rtnge today. Miss Ingram is young and beauti ful and her stage presence is gracious in an extreme. Then, too, she is possessed of a voice which has startled hug) audiences, mosi mem bers of w in, h were connoisseurs of the all of of her. It is Willi ho lull i hen fore, t Ital n ber dull were some time thai their efforts to si of the Apoiio go informed ure Aliss in Grand Prize, Panama-Pacific Exposition, San Francisco, 1915 Grand Prize, Panama-California Exposition, San Diego, 1915 DRINK BAKER'S COCOA For its Delicious Flavor, its Excellent Quality and its High Food Value. GUARD AGAINST IMITATIONS; the genuine package has viie trade-mark of the chocolate girl on the wrapper and is made only by WALTER BAKER & CO. LTD. Established 1780 DORCHESTER, MASS. gram for 'his conceit Wi re successful, and every one ol them now is wait Inn with no little anxtetj for the eventful date, ii i Famous Kongs, Mans of the soncs which have con tributed to diss Ingram's success are Included in the Tulsa program, Al though ih firsl part consists chief Ij of compositions ol foreign musicians, the second and third parts are made up chietl) of English masterpieces uf the composers' art which are de signed to please the most skeptical of a udtences. The Serenade" hy Parks is I he first number ol the second pari in which Aliss Ingram will he heard, while "The Trumpeter" by Mix also Is of the second put. "Cry of Rachel," one of the soni;s which probably have contributed more to the prima donna's success, is uf the third part, hOWCV'er, and Willi 11 arc such masterpieces as "Apple Blos soms' ".Vow's the Time io Love," "I 'awn in the Desert" and others. The program uf the club was ar ranged with no little precaution nn the pari of tin director, Professor Koberl Uoyce ''arson. There will he :i2 voices with accompaniments by Aliss Marlon Deuel and Miss Mar- caret Ringgold, who will use two Stetnway grand pianos. The three hundred associate mem bers uf ih" poo dull will be en titted to fOUl seals fur this and the second concert fur a consideration uf 13.60, or about 87H cents per seat The prices of admission for the gen eral music-loving public will range from 11.50 to t.'i cents, ami Indica tions now ire that the Qrand opera house, when i he grand concert w ill 'he held, will he filled to its Utmost capacity. WILL BE GREATEST MASQUE EVER HELD l PAT. OF, Premium on Oil will i n t last always, neither will the oil, bul it is good while we have it. Abe Martin Says: "Don't grieve over parting with ;i dollar, 'twon't go very far." Bui we want you to know that it will stretch s far at our store thai you will be glad to pari with it. We will take in your old furniture (Hi purchase and allow a good valuation for it. Inspect our prices and floods and you will buy from us. Remember that we are exclusive agents for the "Quick Meal" Stoves and Ranges, the best on earth. Chastain-Cathey Furniture Quality and Service 23 WEST SECOND STREET PHONE 901 Thai of the Tulsa Firemen, Ih Id Wednesday, FVbruan id. Ih Yes, it w ill hi i he greatest masque rade hah ever held ill Tulsa, with thai of the firemen at eonvi ntion hall the night oi Wednesday, Feburary 18, and you who miss it will nave onlj yourself to blame, Nothing has in en overlooked to make this affair the moat enjoyable of the season. The prizes for the most beautiful and most grotesque costumes may he se n any time in one ol tin- Show windows ol grown Vr mazer. The Kansas City costumer, w ho has been engaged par ticularly for the occasion. Is expected to arrive early m t week, after w hich his establishment w ill he opi tied and ready for business. Here you may leceive whatever kind oi costume yon desire, whether n he that of a clown or a King. Everybody who attends this hall will he required to pass through the office oi the manager of convention hall, where his mask will he raised. This Is a precaution for the protec tion of the public, ami should be thoroughly appreciated. Quinn Case Going to the Jury Today (Continued rrom Page unci scanned the laces of each juror a-: he talked. He spoke firmly and will' emphasis ami at times when telling of the fight he has made pounded the arms ol his chair with his fists. He told of the school ot instruction ho had organised and said that he wanted to Increase the efficiency of the force. Mel ropohi in Foro . "My ambition was to build h metro politan police force here and I strived for that goal constantly. I never misled hut one meeting and that was last June when I was out of the city. When I met officers on the Street I al- JOHNSON BROS. ('. O. I). OM.Y C, O, H Bus, fresh from the b.i'nyard, the dfl7.cn 320 40c Richelieu Bartlett Pears S5c 2ric Rlchellleu Sliced Pineapples 30c 3ic Richelieu Preserved (Skinless Figs SOc 3c Richelieu Red Raspberries. ,25c 20c RlcholiSU Pumpkin Iftc 2r,c Richelieu Oreen Beans toe lb Richelieu Tomatoes, i for ...Uc 33c liuhelipu Asparagus Green Tips 2."ir 10c Richelieu little Kernel Corn 15c $1.00 Pompalne Olive n h.v lOe can Royal Baking Powder .4ftc (5c Monarch Ketaun joe Olivet A regular 15c jar of laixc Queen Olive, Saturday i-t.ly . . .2.V Conet icii In lie. i i ii besi Id :..i .!.-. WE I 'I i I l ic Phone 2280 in i: I hu d St. Today's Specials Special From 10:30 to 1 1:30 1 mill i.l. ..I' I :li, in ,,l ,m nl b ami biirinou Si oil f Ill III tn 1 1 :'!(). per vnnl 9c 50c Vrn Floor, Kin bolts of pi. nn I. ,ur bow luorii'd bih! fancy ribbon in nil colors iiinl I'Xtrn !'' OrC Spci " yard tlv 100 iloi'll nil lilli ll In ilisl itclinl I lltlltlk phtefs. Spii iiil nil Jay Satiii'day, per 5,000 yards of Galatcii in nil plain uolorx, checks ami stripes, special all dnj " Sat til 'la . per yard I J v- 500 yards of Glass Toweliiitr, white with blue nnd ii'l cheeks, Regular I-'-'- value Special, per yard 500 I'olis of Red star Diaper cloth, Hi in u boll 1 inch, regular 90e, per boll Jl inch, reanlar 1 .00, per boll 9c 79c 89c Ii. regular (it. 10, per boll 98c 30-inch, regular $1.25, per boll $1.12 ." dozen trrav Suede Gloves in all sizes. Reg lllav $1.75 value. Special all tlftj Saturday, per pair 3,000 yards l Cluuney, all linen lace, also a ini ni narrow linen laces, npeeiai ail Cj daj Saturday, per yard . . . . $U9 ilsn a 5c Second rloor, .'ill Crepe tie Chine Shirl Waists in white, mill p. 7r V"- l t) I on silk Petticoats in taffeta, plain and changeable, colors blue, black rP r n en ami rose, Special i P') I tj 500 Miiiic Blouses in plain white, trimmed Willi lil lie iiinl red collars, also in black and while striped, Special all day Saturday, inch 25 I, a Catnille Corsets in discontinued nuni hers, Special t" close nil), each $1.00 illilcd mini $1.98 .ill Wool skirls, our entire remaining winter up to $15. Kpi tL) all da. Satnrila ea h ..O 500 Bungalow Aprons, in pink, bliic ami lavender, solid colors ami checks d fancy trimmed, special price, each (Iiu lot of Shirl Waists In silk mid voile, luce trimmed. Special all daj Satur . . . $1.00 I Voile, laee $1.9S RKMNANTS EVERY THURS DAY ONE HALF PRII REMNANTS RVERY THURS DAY ONE HALF L'RICE Sat'rday Only at BANKRUP ways talked with them anil asked them If they had had complaints and how tile work as coming on " i iin er received bul two com -plaints in my life that gambling ami bootlegging was being carried on here I was told thai the Hartford was run ning a boose Jolnl and I ordered it raided al once," Colonel Quinn denied that he ever said that a fining system was neces sary to pa) the city's expenses, during a speech al the Washington school lasi summer. Witness told h tit w hen the Hunt, disguised and went Into a a drink and then lost 40 dice. Quinn said he ask would appear as c go alter Hie placi t lie oi l li'lal ill ol' I'll and W in i stand h before an offl shortly 1 1 easur an amusing Incl tenl mayor, O, D. himself as a tanner loin I where he hoiiiilit cuts shaking I Hunt it he willies-' it III WOUld and have it raided. lared he would nol . First oou-atioii. Colonel Quinn t'rsi look the said he had lived ill St. Louis omlng to Tulsa and had held ilal position there, He said before coming here he was r of a l ea I estate I inn capital Ited at $HMi,imiii. "'I his is the first time in all mj nn I have evi r been ftc i used of anything dishonest," said the w it hi ss. Plainclothcsman L. W, Bewley was tlio firia witness when court run vened. Hi was examined for marly an h and told m a 1 1 ra i'-; lit for ward manner of hundreds of raids in Which he had participated since be coming a member of the police force, lie said thai oni man could do inure good When muking a raid than a squad of officers, because the joints maintained lookouts ami spotters. Miley asked the witness if he lore out the buisers when he found them and Ih -w h y replied that he did Miley asked tin witness if he didn't testify before the grand Jury to raid ing the Hartford hotel several times at a ci i t a i ii period. "1 kimw you tiled to make me sav that I did. hut I m ' i r said it," re nin id Hiw.lv. I'. Money rouowea id Colonel Quinn had n Irreproachable char he has tin reputation efficient officer ever Office he now holds. Treat Coughs and Colds At Once Dangerous Bronchial and Luiift Ailments Often Follow Neglected Colds. Dr. Kind's New Discovery Instantly Relieves and Breaks Up the most Stubborn and J lard Colds. We catch cold because our sys tem has become weakened ami funis itself unable to throw off the Cokl germs. Nature in some cases will effect a cure; but generally, without aid we get worse. How much wiser to help nature fight and expel these cold tfermi ! For this purpose there is no bettet remedy than Dr. King's New Dis covery. It is composed of Pine Tar mixed with laxatives and healing balsams. It is antiseptic The instant Dr. King's New Dis covery comes in contact with the germs, they die or leave Your cougli lessens, the irritation is soothed, and you begin to get belter at once. Don't take the risk of serious sickness, 'lake Dr. King's New Discovery In use over -IS years and guaranteed all the time All druggists. HARLOW BROKERAGE T 203 SOUTH MAIN i l.i yards Dress ( finsf- hams, new spring styles, worth rj'or and 15c yard. Saturday 81-2c l.Diio yards Pine white ( 'ant brie, worth l-1 yard. Sat urday L3 yards $1.00 1,000 yards Flannelette, worth liie. Saturday 6 l-2c '-'id pairs Men's and Ladies1 Dress Shoes, worth $3.50, Saturday $2.48 Tod yards Wool Dress Goods including Crepe de Chine, wui't 75c and fl yard. Sat-urdav partlcularlj those concerning liquor seliiiiK and Rambling;," said Hawkins, "lie told me, us sergeant! to always i nst i m t the men under me to arrest nil violators of iiiu might be, cumbenl on v ice, no matter assigned to." former City Ramsey, now court, told assistants law, no and thai I V Mill II what in. mat iir w ho (his was in ln I he sen -nch he whs Vttomey John Ft, judge of the county of how he Instructed his ' diligently enforce the tti.no i: Bewley and s; always home 1 acter and that of being mosl elected to I he lded ilio ountj Detective Joe Ini Beccaro said that he had not only used all his efforts to arrest violators of the law hut had been ini' ri sti d in giving the county assistance in prosecuting bootleglng .ases in the county court, Me said it was an Itnpostblllty to raid more than one Dlace at a time becausi the proprietor wi lid when (he out their way found. I was free any place that ild tip the others off Cfflci is would finally in nothing could be to raid any time and I saw fit and the police mmlssioner told me so repeatedly, declared the detective. "Von don't have to consult the chief or anyone else but be true to your oaths and arrest evtiv law violator y-OU see" Policeman B. B. Sullivan said that Commisloner Quinn had told the officers this repeatedly al the monthly school of instruction held in the department! .iiiu Pllkington, traffic policeman, told of an officer declaring in one "f the meetings that public sentiment seemed to he itiinst enforcing the liquor ordinances, hut nearly every body wanted the gambling done ,i IJ with. whereupon Colonel Quinn Jumped Io his feet and said : "I want all the laws enforced re gardless of what public sentlmenl mav he." Witness a'd Quinn ilhl not limit the responsibility to anyone or group of officers, but told every man lii the dep.. no i ol that he min t s, o that all the laws were enforced. Pllkington "Called." Pllkington said th nmlssioner had "called" him once In an Instruo- irelini; when lo '.aid that to watch the traffic i.n.. police sergeant, de d in Ver made the a.-si i - arrest the pro it would mean l.s much as my Job IS Worth,'4 as was credited to I'lm hy a witness tor the state earlier in the proceedin rs Malloy unkril the man to stand up and HaWkln said he knew who he wag bul he tented several times hav ing made the run. irk charted by Mm. "Commissioner Quinn always told the officers to enforce the laws and Hon school his duty v.-' R. S. i dared lie h lion "I wouldn't dare nrh tor of i lolnl for ace USill meel i ng Hie Offl gambling and liquor ordinances. Me .said he received a complaint thai gambling was being carried on hi the citj and lie hired a man to Investigate conditions and cave him a list ot pur ported hunts Ramsey said the man worked nearly a week and found no evidence that such was the case. Burn Testifies Vgaln. Poster N. Burns, former chief of police, and i riginally subpoenaed by the stale, w.'i" next put on the stand b) the defence. He carried his iihi arm in a sling OS a result of an in jury received when a train struck an automobile in which in- was riding sotni time ago near Wi i dward. lie said he had received Instruc tions from Quinn lo raid gambling houses several times and al no tunc had tin commisloner of police ever told him not to raid He used his own discrel ion. Witness told of how the commisloner had held a every month and addressed cers personally, telling them to en force the laws at all Mum B, I le said that Instructions were written on the blackboard in department headquart ers, telling the men Die same thing. When asked -f he had ever entered into an agreement regarding a "s--tem of fines" to license gambling, bootlegging! ami prostitution he de clared emphatically he had not. The chief admitted he had nol participated in many raids hut added without questioning that he had re ceived Instructions from the polici commissioner not to do so, lie said he had nothing lo do with fixing the bonds for the appearance of anyone in court anil this matter was left en tirely in the hands of the desl. s, r K anls. "I mi Commissioner Quinn complain to you that he had heard there w is gambling going on here," M tUoj asked him on direct examination.' Quinn Won) rani, "He was the worst crank I had to dial with," was the chiefs ready re Ply. The chli i' said that Colonel Quinn had upbraided him on several occa sions when he had received com plaints that ordinances were being violated and that he had ordered a report made direct to hint of what had been 'lone to n tnedy conditions. After Identifying several photo graphs of a vast amount of gambllns paraphernalia which the police had captured and destroyed ami whli h en tirely disproved the contention thai thi police ha d hi en lax, I he w il in -1 w as i XCUSed. It B. CUITan, county assessor, was on the stand hum BHOUgh to answer one question, "W hat do you know of Commission er Qulnn's reputation for offh lal hon- RUN DOWN IN HEALTH Couldn't Sleep lour and Five Nights at a rime, and Couldn't Sit Up Ashevllle, N. C. Mrs. Delia Hin-k-ner, of R. F. D, this place, writes: "Lasi winter I got so very had off and so terribly run-down in health that I ! Ii ol great Weakness, hail, and headache, j . . . and suffered terrible pains in my abdomen . . . i could not sleep four coiililn I Bll up. I w as a Imosl at III 1 1I lo line of my neighbors suggested m taking Cardul, ami after taking the fust bottle I was better. Alter the second. I was .,1,1c to do my Washing, though 1 had not bet D hi fore, and was getting along fine ail winter, in hotter health ami ft ll hi iter than I had for six years, and had taken five or -ix hollies and was a well woman . . . it tin- lust medicine thai was ever made for women I tell my neighbors about i' and they try it, and when they do, liny all acknowledge that it does them more good than anything." If vou suffer from any of the ail ments so common to women, try Cardul, the woman's tonic. For sale hy all druggists. "It is good," Curran replied, with i mphaais. Judge Conn Linn admonished the jurors about talking to anyone regard ing the case ami excused them until ii o'clock this morning in ord r to pre pare his instructions. 'I'n Prevent the Grip, win n you feci a cold coming Oil, stop it by taking LAXATIVE BROMO QUININES and thus keep 'he system in condition to prevent the O RIP, There is only one "BROMO QUININE." K. W. QROVK'S signature on box. 2.. The ladies of the l'resliytel Ian church will hold a food sale at the Baker drug StOtl Saturday afternoon. Adv. The Maocahee dali.c and card part) at the Klks lull, Februarj 14 All Young's orohestra will furnish the music. Tickets tl a couple. 59c 200 Shirt Waists, latest ar rival Prom New York, wort 1 up to $2. Saturday 98c Til) Ladies' Dress Skirts, newest and snappiest, worth $4.50. Saturday $2.98 l"i) .Men's Suits, including blue serges, worth up to lo. Saturday $7.95 100 Ladies' Sport (oats, latesl from New York and J Boston, worth up to $12.50, Saturday $6.85 50 Ladies' Suits, newest New York Fashions, worth ui tn $20. Saturday $12.48 150 Ladies' s j ( i j 1 1 - Hats, Chicago and New York very latest. Saturday $395 loo Ladies' Leather Turban Auto Hats, worth $2.50. Saturday $1.39 All Colors. Harlow Brokerage Bankrupt Railroad Fare Refunding &de.