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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1910.
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j M'-'uriklii. daughter r.f Mr ari l Mra
j I'.. .1 Mr.limkln, 7 N.irtli I'heyenne
$ 02 Interest to :; i ?""- Mr- " l; " .
... - I, i. iiui. la of intrrrat to inanv fri-nria
I ' r.. in III- h"!ii of Hi., I.rldi. ntiil
M-," T17 ': ' r" ln li"ni" nf Mi l.tldn mn1
IP i ;'' "','1" '' " I" U" wi.ll known
iL7 AJ :' '! tin marrl.iK 1 -ti r m ! In lh
M (Mi.
CHer the Mi. inn ( the t i' "i.ilhlt.M
I' iu I I
I p friini ilir ai'tirg a. ri.lrd lade
4 rnnna a u.irti wind 1.' t'K " t
1111(1 I VIM
Kvrr A willful rrfr.iin:
Tern In Id nieidtiw are l:ifll
lltltnilkll K.
I .i r i; ti.i i.m-fi k'iiik
yuntnier i-t cruing, I" ri.in.fig. Iw
ruining
H'hv 'I" "il 1 .' r i K r re. I"n ,"
Moonlight ln,l nigh' n'i-r- the minn
eni : li u .1.1 I i . i u i i.K
Mni'lllllilit Mini cli'i-li '!i
Uarth nun "! I , I. ill 1 1 1 V ln'it'l ''i"
mill wading.
Calling iinil i in. if I" " i
"SulnmT hue i "in" In tlii" i 1 ' ' aid
III lll'.lllWH,
fctimrner and 1 1 1 1 . " ' ' and i."i"
Wlnler mi'l emm h.nc f'rd null
the httd"e
Why (In llll linger lung""
-i , vM'tirtrt h.
TtiiirMlajr'a I icnla. !
I.un h'nii in il"1 1'nun'rv iinil (' ,
vialtlng women attending Hit- Unik-
era' convention
Mm. lam li Klanlir-rv gl' cr.a
lumea party for children In lu.nnr
of her daughter J.ini'" Idilhday an
nlci-rearv. I
T r l f 1 1 1 v 'inil'1 I'Tffit runt I'uriv,
in honiri of Mrs .lull A Arnmil 1
Mr K. W. 1 1 irii-r hi.Bi.xn - I
thlmhle pur'y In honnr t Mi"
1'JrnmA U iihlm.'iti i
Knniliill i-mifKn puinn runni In
nollrRM Htinltrirl'iin
rW1l Affulrt fur IliinUrrn '(in
wiiHiiii. Thi Cnuntry dull nffrrfil ii Lrni
llful m1 flllliiK iil.iri. fur I In- iliim
laat nltfht wlmn Tulmi Imiikirn hm1
ihlr wl r Iimm in 1Mb vlltoi
hr tn t rift riiiivi'iillmi 1 Mi" H"l,,l
Tul oroliMtrn .I.im-.I llii prnifniiii
of mulo. (irniiim nf TiiImiiiim niiiml
In Hm hllwuy iinrl ilntwlnn rmwn
and rorlvii1. Thi-ri Mint l"'r
fdft almnaphrr Mint IkmiI.I ctmrnr .
irlif) xi drituiit nn ffilr. oil It
proveol rmrlucilvn vl"ltr minn
nil njovort ivpiytliln t thf
lullxit. IlKfrnohnirnlii with ipvnl
tlurlni thn n, puurli In-liiK
rvfrl, also Jrm. Flowmi. nil tli
vrloly from Tula (nrrli'ix tlmt lire
fairly airlow now with rfwen, rtnmiri.
hontyanckla anfl othr mrly Momim
war artlatleally arranged. Il nil
n loiy-
Tb bowutlful hom of Mr. ami
Mr. W. K. Trown waa thrown opn
Wadnaarlay aftarnoon whan wonirn
f tna pnnvantlon wara antartnlnad
royally. An afternoon taa waa nlvn.
Amid all that I attractive In tha
war of floral anhanoamant, matron
and maid loaned their preaenoa and
trace and thn hour were filled
with mwh that pleaaed. Th wlvea
f Tn4eaa bank preeldanta received,
and tJwr war many other lovely
revlia.
At five o'clock yealardajr aftef
ftoon a home nhnw waa alaited at
tha rldlna arademy of Mr. .1. W..
McDonnell at Rlahteenth and Bould
er when macnlflnent hnreea from
famotia atahlea were exhibited. Many
of lha fine horiomen and horeewom
en of the rliv were In the parade
which opened Mie ahnw and rode
theee aplendld anlmala. There .are
many Informal entrrtalnmenta belni
lven for the vleitoie. ' Thre are
houra on the golf llnka at the
Country clnh, anlonioblle ride to
polnta of Intereat In the city and to
adjacent plncee, eepeolally the oil
flelda. Tulea la dolna; all It ran to
make the time apenl here by the
Oklahoma banker on trend wood
time. Th eoolal part In keeping
paoe with other faetWaa of the rein
vention and program and a. I of U
aaema to be much enjoyed.
Thureday'a official event will be
tha beautiful luncheon at the Cnuii
trv club In honor of the vlnllln
woman, Mra. Henry N. tlrela la
Chairman on thle ncrnelnn and aha
and her able commlllee have given
mutfhi tlioufht to It. lnvltalloim lo
cally have heen eatnndihl only In
the Wive of th tlve Wflccia of
th vartoli Tulea bunk and th
member of the four rouiniltiera In
charge of the entertainment; the tea,
th dance and th luncheon. A feat
ture of tha luncheon will he the Ihk
Ing ot Mia Nelle U'frlan of Kanna
t'tty, a coloratura nnprann, lio
will elng to arc heat rol arrompaul-men.
r I In- I.: I'll- pan in ami
iiii.i:: irv itlrnplo hnie. Itrv. W
l--' "t '.lni I ' 1 il.y I i .i it tlionii
.f.-li.n.-.l
rin l.iwlo wi'ir a iiioiIimIi 'ilt of
l.i-li lilur I; ;i ijIimi wi'li em-ill hut
o mi i rinii. Ilir fluwcia vvito
lvii.it r . r -. n ii.l i ! v li.'.ii i. Mr
it.. I Mii ini.w,, w.il r.i(n.1 thi'lr
!miih niMiiri ir- I -i ri- r.ri-, kjttmnn
K.ii.-v.ih i ' ) .ii.. I l.i.uK, niiiklna:
ll.'lr l.jti.i h'Htu in the Uflnr riiy
MlMilnnary Snc"ty. j Mm inf.inirv Mr Kri'nrt la vlaltlng
Tti M ienion.tr y H"iu-iv, t'lrrle No e eler, Mm M .1 McNulty.
S, of th" liiieli.M Avi-nuo Mif Mini il i -
church lll hum 'i'liuraday enli Mm, I Mra .l. nnte Imff, en rout from
I'.' I'Drn-iii Jl.iydcii, it.' fwntli I '.a- ' 'Imn l'ia lit, where rlii hae hen
tH-ii. i viii i in to (mr liiime in Iowa, la th
itueni nf Jii Iko and Mra. H. 'H
(link will lie 1 . I -r iiml imnm rf lmi IuiLimI
ymitiK wiirt-mn nf Ilir . titjl' It will JCIW
Urn j, l ng i lin.
Me unit Mih A A I'lirnmr ami
Mia w (; Kul i i ii wi-ii- ilium r
K'K'nla nf l'Hit. II Arnuld lit tin
I inililiy t int, on I'n a.I i rvrnliiK
imIiimk -ri (' I r. k Hun ... n.H I li'.n
.ll.uii v v. i n Ml hiiI Ml- .1 A , I
li' ..I, Mi uli'l M i I i iim ..I ...i,. iinil
Ml A In-' IlijI iUi
M iiw M.irgitrri i' ijic of Karin Cllv
im e(irii'lii.fc. it week in the hum r.f
I r and .Mi ( 1 1. IImimI. 1107 Himtil
Irenver.
ficii'l, H'n-i'V U'll'lmi n l'a re
lurne.l fri'i.i i.i i th-iin, and will Icite
e'lini f"r I'll Impiiii- m-tt r iiki.thoina
filv.
.Iiinlur. t iiiiiilitirn( Senior.
A 1 t In . h .'li " '. I'd i- rti I r.f
fl.r r.l iv i' i 11 ' 1 1 it w iii I he I he. 1 1 e I , ' I. .
I'Ml'i tll'l' I'V 'lie t 1 1' l"l' I-In a cf l!m I mi
l.i-'i.U:l i Mi 't''. f..f it,.- Hi Itlnr i !ii"i
llmii- win' I . i.r th'ne ii 1 1 rn i I r. i
ri.li. K f i i- 1 : 1 1 . 1 1 ' h Hrru 'iieil ii f
'- i Mm iilii.w lit iiii i i,f Die il'iw rtir.w it
Tim N r i 'I lin t I ft i I'll, lnct Ueilrie.
I.t 111 I 1. 4: tlllllll. I'f Mil tt I Al.lM'lll
.1 mji i i i m . ee 1 1 i.k, .m ii i.i
f iim ei 'i-.iii, tin- i lull dir.-
tV
nnl Mri ; I in rent llayden
and I 'r .in. I Mr.- 10 . I law ley apeni
edtii h Ln in t imk ni" ill lending
II, n .Hl.ilii Mid. I'll ii-m'm l.ltluil.
if.
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III, III f.-lQl.e Jul
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All. li. Il"iin i.f
i rt ! n i-j",iiil.if
I li mi i 'i i r
' . . i "!, l"r i lil-.'i
.('. i ,h me I At v
Hi-iiiIiiM riiiiut ( nntwia.
I n I i i nllee
i , , 1 1 ' i n ' m fur llm
' ?i n lid llm .1 ll n In r
,iKlillii w .ia en
OnnwaytMolunkln - Marriairo.
i n marriage tvaaneauity artar- It,,,, hnnl gave
oon at ;u g chick oi uae i iairerf,
School of Violin and
Orchestral Training
Tolaa'a Lravdinc fk hooj of Muato,
TneMeaat Instraetlo en Tln'ln. ltare,
Vlala, 'I U. Cootra Ban. flute, flir
laat. Cernel, Trombane arid all ethar
taitraaieata IttuiJtnt fSmpkonir In rnn
aaeUen wttk Ida irHeal. Reanlar r
aearaal avary Wednemlay elKt. Clara
rear nmn nn tka waning lul lor auia
ar term earning Juua
Chat. T. Laughton
l-'oundcr and llnctor.
rhono B.MJ. fll V Mnth St.
I ,H - I 1-1, 1 1, ll
iv i-i I, eh i(m urn.
I ' 1 rt liw 1 1 :,i in, ,ii
K " 1 . 1 llii'l.ll '111
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I'll' nil! M
Ullllll I'rr 'I'll' . . Ite.ld
,.. . -li 1 II, ! 'I
f "NTK."T I i 'I! i,"l.l mi:mm,
I P'lt'.li I 'int-r I e.ira r.f A ' I
' Mar, Ii nf ll,e lle.r'ilti . Mi llimill
l.h.,il,i 111 Kreil
!S..ng i f Mm- I'ihi " . . . "Ilcnd'il f
1 .llii lieth Kiirnea
"l.t 1'i.nt .i 1 in .'' . , , Pi'liiii
i ii ne ii-i i Hi I'l'ih.i w
T i rn n te I l.i I'liHMi .... I 'le, .nn k it
ll i.i h W i ,i vi r
U i I f is A f""i .... Wacha
ii-i"tiv Kill;. in.
rt.ilierella 1'iiiirlri. Irk
I'llll'l llll.WO
firrnn - "Irv, lin" Springtline"
r-haffln
"Will n' die Wlap" . . Nevln
I.H'Imr llandley
r-iiNTi:HT lint tiik iiAnrtnw
I'ltlKH.
Vala Caprice k'rnnllnl
V eriuil''a 1 wi !h
Itiiiiuin. a in I: f;,it . KnMnaleln
Kvrhh Mi-Nahh.
'Niilif nf Mm Wlnda".. : . ...Ilarrla
Murgaret Moaelry.
I m irnni pi ii Mn.urk n liick
Ynlanda Thmnaa
('alllrhoe Chamlnade
.tewrl H n 1 1 on .
fliircnrnlle Niipolltiilna
l.eajrhellaky
Kata I'yealt.
Kecnnd Mimiit kn . . . Ood trd
llnanl Chiiinherlitln.
Htacceto Cnprlce Vogrlt h
lllllla llrll.
Valae Chrorinitliiiie Oodard
Inne Hrltlon.
Hollaender'a March ... . 1 tolluendrr
Imogenn Illerly
Cmpllnictliln Mr. Wlnha,
Mr. and Mr T J Jnhnaon and
Mlaa Delia Wlrlhe entertained
Tuwaday In ' their hfitnn, conipll
menlnry of their brother, Mr. Kred
If. Wlitha who la at home from Vre
Ialnnd naval Irnlnlng at html on n
furlough. The flitga of the allien
were ulirnnd aa derorallnna and Mm
hnata nf young penpln preaent apent
the evening mill. I guinea nn, danc
ing l.uvely refreahmenta were
aerved, The Imaia were im.Wtei n
th diitlee hv Mra rt (I lrkwood
and Mlaeea tiornlh)) Nhuw and Muiy
Kraaee.
Ilarcr-Wyrnrr AnniMiticrtiinit.
The murrlngn annoiiiii'cjiient of
Mlaa Myrtle Wynier of thla city to
Mr. John A. Haver. nl(1 of thlg clly,
la of Inlereat. The marriage win
olemnlaed In Chicago the f trait of
Ilia week. After a abort vlmt In the
euat Mr. and Mra Inner will he hi
horn here In llmlr friend at It ii
Houth Cheyenne avenue.
Mi-ncfll t'jtril rarty.
Trlnllv iliilld will gne n benefit
card party Thuradav aflernnon In
the home of Mra. .luck Arnold, lfini
Houth lialtlinoie Tha commute on
errangemenla la Meadnmea N I!
I'venlt, Arthur Honker, .lohn
Meaerve. W. N. SHI, ii l McCarthy,
Ueorge Itanaon nnd Chnrli-a Ihiy
Cnaiiinir Party fur Children.
fin Thin ant u v nfirrnniiii In her
Itonie Mra liil l( Stunal'i-rv will
gho a riiNtiiinn i.iu(v for i hllitren In
celelirallon of the birth. Iih of her
email daughter Jane. Thla prmnlae,.
a gala and lovely rieni fur the ennill
folk.
MiXhcra nnil IiirIiIit- Itnimiici
The 1'nti I'Uli' l.i iigue of ii-1iIi'k
a iiimhera mid
aughtera haniuel In Mm kviiimi-
alum of the aihnn yeaieidnv eve
nlng, the banr)urt delng laid at g ?n
o'clock. Cover were laid fur I2!i
(tieata
fiel.ne N'.i'hiila of Kufuyla,
ii Hie gueet nf Mra. I ;. K.
at li 0 1 Nnrili 1'enver
haii'lliig for the ntiiitimr llmie) f;v
m it f'lil M'teu-l.tri e an.l inur.'h ai ikli
aM'la'iil llm' inu'le Mm lillm rij.flil' . ,,,,!,.
i' '"i j i i , 1 1 j a Ij ! I- i
Mia .1 V l-:irkw.ii)d. 707 Sou Mi
Til!.! ns wlm m e l.n.ld.ng aiimrner , l.la-m. h ia ,ta (,., Mm W. II.
lunula in Iii lui V I a ' i are Mi -t n 1 i ( lit I 9 i-f ijho, I'kla.
Mta .1 It 1'i.iier" nf 1 : I 1 K. .at. iii i
iitenim. mid M -. an. I Mr, I It li.eit ;
Mi and Mta. KiMr lt ( ,e. in f I '- I
I lie 'i.in I tig wer k e ri'l at i li la re ! ik h t . .
fnl atn't in ' m 1 1 ii i k r-
fill. U.llill Wlih'inr Ilia let iin
ed frotn a year epetit nverMi'im ha
I n K been In r'rani a with Hie nmilli t!
tje lln a hi Iimiiii- with hi
SAGE TEA KEEPS
YOUR HAIR DARK
Mlwicne'lireiT''''''" W" ' M Wl,on Mixed witr. Sulphur It
I'. rings I5ark Its Beautiful
Mr ! M Alrlridge. r . nf 1 3na (
Hoi 1 1 (i lientnr, wua tailed In li-ci-ti ,
W'i.i'1 M.ei. V I'llien'la V I'l H 1 1 II ll
Hie f iln-Mil i.f lil f tllii i. ! M Al. i
il'idae. . r li Al.lii.lgi' died In
i Im ago, whete he waa taken a almi I
tune H. fur etfieif ineiia aid
LtiHtre at Once
Mra i ' c I'l.lnii't and ilaiitrh'rr.
Mim llni riei i iili- 'i il, i.f i ik I.i ii"tn i
Clly. inolnreil in Tin! WedimHilav.
and ate vlallltiK In the home i.f linn
daughter and aiater Mr. Jink W.
Halea, and Mr. Ilutra
Circle Nn. 1 nf Mm llnatnn Avenue
Meihiullst iltiirrli will iiiei Thura
dav ut I. 'it) ii'iiork III the home of
Mia. Hung ('ainptirl!, .1 1 ., H"iHh
I liHlatnn
Claude, Mm m ini tnn nf Mr end
Mta l: I! l'etr, will i.iend tin
nil m ri ic I' with Mr 1'errv a parent on
a rani h near Kurt WnrMi. Ten, an. I
left TueaiUy fur 1), I point
Mr. i ni Mra H 11 Travta of Vew
Viuk m e moving Into t licit mag.
nlflrleiil new linnie In I be Travi uil
rtHloa near Mapln ltldge.
Mr P. J. Friend haa returned from
overaeu aervlce, having been with
liray hair, however hinrlintni. de.
notoa alanclng age We all know
Km ii'lvanl'tue nf a youthful ap
pearance. Tour hnlr la your i harm.
I It tniikea or marg the fur When It
fade, turn gray arid Innka alieaked.
)ual a fnw appllcailnna of Huge Tea
and Hulpliur enhance Ha appearance
a hundred fold
Don't alay grayl !ok youngt
Klther prepare Mi recipe at home or
get frnni anv drug atore a bottle of
Wroth' Sage nrd Hulpliur Com
pound." which la merely the nld
(Inie recipe Improved by the addition
nf nt her Ingredlenta Thouaanda of
fnlka reinrniiiefid thla ready-to. uae
preparation, becauae It darkena the
hair beautifully, bealdea. no nun -an
pnaalbly tell, ua It darkena an natur
ally and evenly. You molaten a
apongn or aoft hruah with It. draw
lug Mil Ihrmirh Mm hair, taking on
an, all etrand at n Mine Hy morning
th gray hair dianppeare; after an
other appllratlou or two, Ita natural
color la reatored and It brenmaa
thick, gloaav and luatroua. and you
appear year younger Adv.
v.
I,iini-lican fir Mr, lllarv
Via Hlxle V. (lore entertained
In the Country clnh Wedneadiiv at
luncheon compllmentery to Mra
Stanley P. lllarv who leave anon lo
make her future home In Mireve
port, joullana.
There will be a iiieetln of the
Woman a Miaalonurv Hoi don of Mm
I'lial Itaptlat church. Mav l.t, nt !l
o'rlook In the church parlor when
.in Interesting program will he civen.
I Mm aiibei.i being. "I ' I II Iril t Ion of
Mlalon l.lteraluic .'" Mr. (1. '.
Thursdav, Friday and Saturday
Specials
Women's Oxfords
lZ Sj
Mahofrnny kill, Mat-k kill, pimniplal,
patent loathcr; worth 1m $71)0. Hai-ant-p
tliis week
$5.85
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Refreshing New
Blouses for You
You vend fashinnn enpricrtt in ever it one
of them A-onir quite I'rrnch in tltnin,
other quite American, but all char minn
to a deyree. 6
(leoFacttc crepes in flesh, white, and
nearlit eccrit unit nhade -beaded, em
broidered or daintili (tarnished with fine
laces. q
Xoieltic in Tablicr, Russian and new
basque models of aeoraette elaborated
with filet lace, embroidery, bead, braid
or late chenille trimminqslate shadings
and combinations of color.
Priced
Cotton Mouses, $2.05
and up,
Sil k Bl ouscS) $5.95
and np.
U'nshablc Frocks
Dainty Pretty Mouse
SIijHkIi Skirt
It rand Sew
Prices on all
Coat, and Suit
Muchly Reduced
U cyaacr . put . f oa . uaiiam
Hunt's Daily Store News
VOL. V
THURSDAY, MAY'JJ, 191'.)
NO. 22
To Our
Guests
"Com In the evening or
come in the morning;
Com when you're looked
fur, com without wiirn
IniT, A thoiieand welcome
you'll find h'-re before
you,
And the oftener yoo com
the more we'll a dor
you."
Dainty and
Practical
Wash Dresses
Faahlnned of American print trim
med with organdy; light and dai k
printed vollea with ruffle of net,
organdy and eelf material; and
plain white organdy flnlahed with
embroidery ami lace.
Mroond Moor
New Tailored Skirts
All-Wool Blue Serge
Smart, now models with slashed pockets, wide belt and
vidc section of pin tucks' above the hem. Especially
desirable for. street and office wear. Sizes 25 to 30
waitit measure.
Second Floor
Slip - Over
Sport Sweaters
$3.95ad$4.95
All-wool allp-over aweater with long levee;
aeveral different etylee. The colore Include
turrjunlno, coral, gold and magenta. Kapedully
good Ihta araaon for eport and nutlng wear.
-Seiimil IToor
Small Lot of
Capes 'and Coats
Representing former values to
$22.50 are priced for immediate
di.sposal '
$q.95
The group includes a number of
navy blue serge capes and coats
and a feW'cheked velour coats in
misses' sizes.
On Sulp on the Second 1'loor
In Corset We Feature
I'roliiael, Cnmuird, Mme. I.yra,
llendoiaon, American Lady und
Iji I'rlnceaae model.
mttincs rum:
(orart Dept., Third Floor
HUNT co.
DEPARTMENT STORE
Main St. Motwrrn Third and Konrth "fit.
New Taffeta Hats
Navy blue nnd while Taffeta
llata. aa well at many other
marl new mldaeuann models
Millinery Dept., Third l lnnr
Tat .tteea Taar Alwa ntMr
3ha ftt Tl
8 Wet Third Strert
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(JROUND FLOOR ROTilNSON ARCADE
Women's and Misses' (
Silk
- Dresses
r
Now Reduced
$15, $20, $25
$35
Dretieg worth up to $55
rfS
Material are Georgette, Taffetas, Foulards, Crepe
de Chines, Meteors, Satins, Flowered and Printed
Geogettes.
A glance at those prettily fashioned Dresses, made
up from the season's most desirable silk patterns,
will convince jurtirtilar women that these offerings
tire (he most attractive of the year. The values are
so apparent that the saving is demonstrated at once.
A selection can be fetter mudo early.
yx!r - Extravagance (
Itfi Exclusively or Ladies, h
10S South Main
Annual May
Sale
Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this
great sale will be' memoruble days em
phasizing Wright's buying power by th
extra values which will be featured.
Suits
Coats
Dresses
$23.00 - $29.00
"$33.00 - $44.00
$19.50 - $29.50
'$34.50 - $44.50
$19.50 - $24.50
'$29.50 - $34.50
The ADVANCE Shoo
Opposite Rialto Theater
8 West Third St.
J3
a.:
7
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TT
116 SOUTH MAIN

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