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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1920.
a r t it, 1 3i is is r B f F I 1 ti c C HI ( 'I I LILIAN c'PERKlNSl CLAJBs MUSIC J WOMEN S . WOttK r pM'itinrK r.vr.M. Tlil.1 l no tlmn for wnundluft Ukm and Jpttin, Btlflplrlon and inlirtruflt. nnd futile Mincra, Hut iiiMkt for that nrd (if armored S'.od. That lii'd In trim and trustful hroth frhoort, Totlnr mart v Maud nml nternly fNC. l'lrm fluent n name unaltnrnhlo Iikm Of unlfttnl Intent Tin mil In cltmr, ths purpose of ll hlh, Our ltnet flont tmfurtid nthwart the aky, . Ami none (lint hoar the Hiimmona to Did rnuno Vor prlvato Krmltto or Internal ahoutd I III 1 1 BP, lltit aonlnic to o)e, rranlvMl, orect, Inatlllvd wlili faith nml mutual ro- HTt, Artvanrn In nn Imprnntrntiln mlirht To lmttU nn onii aplrlt for tin1 rlcht. JOHN KHNDItlCIC 1JANOH. Ttxlllj'H Ktl'lltH. Mr. nnd Mm P. 1 Waitnr'a Infor mal dinner In Country tub for Mr. nd Mra. Ilohort MrKnrlln. Mra. Italph Archibald Hmltli will entertain with Informal lunohflon for Mra. It. It. Lockwood and gtiCMt, MrH. Jriph MrCtiflnnll. Mra. .lullim Knhn'a luncheon party nt 1 n'clorlt, " Mra. J. 13, flrlffnniitnln will enlnr trtnln nt rarilH for Mm. Cod limned of Knlldn, Colo. Colonl.il Hrlrtue will inont with Mm. llnslci'U Down. Jano Adduiiia Chnlitnuriua will meet In puhllo lllirnry. I.tmclit'i.n l'nrty. Mm. Clmrlcn W. UrlriuiH will cn tnrtaln nt luncheon In hr liotnn In Mnplo ltldn on Monday, itompll Jnentnry to Mm. Helen Yntoa Heotl who In vlnltln'ff hnr rolallvo, Mm lonnlo Purcell yntn. Thero will ho 12 KuentK. For Mm I'foffcr. Ono of th) lntorolln(t noolnt evonls comiillnirntlnic Mm. It. H. rfeffer of l.Phunon, III., the Runt of Mm. C. II. Ht-Kor, will bo tho Infor mal cnnl pnrty whloh will ho Riven next wcok by Mm. ,D, Clliuilo ltloh urildon, Jr. lnvtUtlonH will ho l nueil tho first of tho wneU. A num ber of other beautiful affnlm nre, lielni? iilunned tor thin nmtron Our- lnc her ntny In Tulmi whoro ho httH VlMitcd before. lljc:liUn Charily Concert. The llypchlta club make Interest Ing nnnnuneement reuarrtlnir tho nn hUal chnrlty concert which It will elvo Frlilnv. November. 2C In tho Y W, C. A. nurtltorlum. On tlila oertt nlon. Noldn llowett Htevon of Now York city will upnenr In a nerleii of roptumo cycled, ulnulriK luillan, co lonial, Houthern ami nuxlern hourh. Mlra Stuvenn Is a lyric eopriino anil jioenc-wea nn untiaunl rnimo, herahl td otherwlHO na a plealnt concert artist who will cupllvute Tulsa imialo lovers. j llrliltto Announcement. Mr. ami Mm. Ilownril N. Colo will ln lioata on tho evenliiK of Novem ber 9, to tho TUowlay Hvunhift rlilo Club. TiTURiin I'lcnlr. The Junior Kpworth Iciikuo of tho First Mctlmdlat church will havo a plcnlo at Woodward park on Batur day afternoon. Club Events Dritmn I'iuruo. The rcRular mcctlnt; of the Drama leiiL'uo will bo hold thin aftoinoou In tho Y. v, 0. A. club rooms. Kloetlon of orrlivrn. At tho toKular mevtlnu; to bu hold thlM afternoon of tho Wlnmtru' Dlblo (ilumi of Tlk'ert .Momurlul church In thu hoiiiu of Mm. I,. A. llurHt. Hi I North I.Twood nvonue, tho annual election of effluent will take jilnoo. : MrltlL'l'H.IIICVlll.M. Mm. B. M. illevlim of 137 HoUlh Nowpori avenue atinouncctt iu niar rlaso of her daughter, MIbh Helen UlovliiH, tu Mr. Marian V. llrldises. Mr. aml'Mrt. IirldKe" will be at homo after .Noveinlier 15 In tho I.ocuat tipurtmeniM. Iir VUlt.-rH. Mm. H-irrv v.. Iiiu'iiy, who enter tallied !m-Miny with a matinee LIFE INSURANCE SERVICE OH Agv ETcm Xo Tenrsr f Focr Ars FrvCczlvd irilh as AETNA LIFE mVOSTl'I AT 60 AVDavonport Gcri'LAgt A.TNA Life Insurance Ca I omnlai no agents. Phone psagG 105 for appointmentjj Y .nn. in mi fur vl'ii' m, haa named Hnt nr.Ii) in) a day wl.i n a)l will affnin Ik nut i,.-r vin-Hl-i .Vim. Dtlver tnli f Miiiin. Mm It C. Hrewer of Han I'm i. li'i nml y,it l.urlln Tlllllx 'if SI ,!mm.,Ii, Mi , t'i t"nt to lit) nil Iriformnl liineheon I tr her hoftWi. Illrlliilii) I'nitv. Mm ffhnrliH H V.iinlever linn la- kiiiiI InvllallonN fur n hlrthftav an tiiveiaary pnity, whl' li ahn will lvi' on Hnturday ferti(n.n In honor of in r daughter I'ailllfte, whefte flue Will he 11 HrlK'ITM (lull. Mm. H. M. WmmiIbtiI, U'O K riulli- rle avantta, will entertain tha lli liem'.a club thla inornlnir. I 'In in i Slnil) Club. Mra Ned C IllR-Mber will ent-r. tain iiiinln'm of tho I'lano Htuily club ilfi Wi'dnemlajr mornlnR, No Veltilmr 10. A ... I'm"! Mnlriiii'n Cluli. There will lie n meettna of I lie I 'nut Matroit'a cluli held I'rld iv nftarnnon with Mia. I'. H. Hurr I S3R H Main Mlieet. All liaat niiitiiini of the ISnKtern Rlar are Invited to Ihi present. i II. A. H.'h Hold Miethu;. MiNitiuiifN (I. H. Ileriv, M. IZ. Cllnc and Mien Mynn Coaarell worn honteKsea Wedlieediiy nf t rinmti nt thn regular muellni: of the lnui.th tera of tho 'American ltevoiiltn:i whlrh wna held In the Y. V r A Memln rii illni'tiiHi il the Ti r i 'etite.i- nry eelnliratlon of the l.ntnllti of tho rUurlmM wlhih 1'realdent Wil son haa iitiniiiiiiieil ahull l"' dulv celebrated, Iteeemlier 21. The rlrin ter appointed M"mlaini llorrv '. Anliby, John Mm lay Waul. W I. Williams and J ti. Clientm na a ro-n-mlttoe lo plan lntal ohsnrvniii e. Mri, 1', K. Ifatl, Mm Aehhy and Mi. John ICnowlen Weaver ninlrllnit l biinkN to tho 1) A II room In lh public library and Mm. 11. II. Hkln nnr donated a milititlm:whm'l. Mm. Chealra made n tipiiil on the t till droit of tho Ameilinii Itevoliitlon and asked that npplli atloua now out, be returned na bokii oh puhmiiIo, a tirayur. "Old Woild llomea," wan Klven by Mrs. K, l Merry. Mm, Murray I). UUennll renil "Into a World Unknown, Trial and Triumph ' and there. I'limiilnted thu Internal -Inc proKrnm after which tho lion tenaea served refreshment. Mothers' 'luh. Mrsilames 15, H. Iloattey and 13. McMennamy will entertain membem of the Mothem" club thin afternoon ill tho new homo nf Mrs. Iloatty, 1120 Houth Utlra avenue. Dnto ClmiiKtil, Tho IrfidleH' Illblit class of tha First Methodist ehurrV, nchedulod In tho ivhurch bulletin to meot this week with Mm. Ji. 11. Iwls, C14 Houth ailtetto Htrcft, hifH been post tinned until tho Ft May fullowlliR which Will bo Noviiuilit'i' 12. Personal Mention Mm. OeorK" Coylo and Miss Car men Coylo urn vIhUIiik In Kauaaa Oil)'. , Mm. Klllott Clarke and ilauKhtorn, niinneH aiuiinu anil iuiiihu, nave re tunu'd from Toronto, Canada, whoro uiey spent tun HUaimcr und early au. tuiiiu with relutUPH, , Meadamea C. H. Hlrouvello, W O IilKOii Jr., W. K. llrown and Mlaa Naomi llrou'ii nre leiivlui.- todav for Oklahoma Cltv, en route to Norman, where they will visit with youmt MiiHKiii, V. V.. Htionvelln Jr. nml I'M ward l.U'on, who nrn HtutlentH at tho Hnlvemlly of Oklahoma. They wIM attend thn Unlvetslty of Kium.lH nml O. IT. football Kiuno, whluh will taku pbico Buturtlay. MrH. A. M, McCnbo left Thursday night for Dallas and Houston, whuro sho will visit relatives. Mlaa Ida Gardner linn returned from Itnugor, TcxitH, where, slm wns cnlloil on aecuuut of tho death of her father, Mr. W. II. Onrdner of 1'uroHt, Mlsn. Thn remaliiH of thH HgCil Confederate veteran worn taken Norma Talmadge in "The Branded Woman" at the Strand Sunday .onna ta uiaiiKc luays tno pnrt or a rurtuviy wife i t,t.r t.itiat r'lmt National puunc. rue llrandod Woman," win. li l nn at the Strntul -o ,., 0 ,.,,,,. aund.iy ll.w ah rM, ,r , . u,o sr m-ht- cJuuu,ri.i iv l;mJli'l;;w,sl,"',ll" m 11,0 uwvhvM w iuu,i,ud "i tum io hlN former home mil with tho the rash it wrappmi in the flar. won laid lo rrKi utiilnr the many flfiwrw ai-nl from frlenda who knew him al whvh In hla aotithotn i"tue. Mm. Iinifiits A. Hunt haa teliirned uiim n iaii in roiniiveM til ieia , nhia, Tenn., and point Iti ,Misfrt' jalppl. Mr. ami Mm. M, It. Clawann and daughter Kalhryn, formnri) of Ht. ixu.ia, who ate now rMUdinic hero, are Imati'il nt lllSA Notth (Iwood avenue. Air. and Mrs. Nflviin I'l.-e hnvo relurneil from Mlfhlnan p'.ints and a vlsll to .Mai ran, lly. .Mr. and Mm. KJiliivy U Hmith am ai nome aKmn ariir a muter trip to lndiii)iMlenct ild olhtr KunaiiM points. Mlsa Minnie Imrliy of Munkouee, ikla.. Is tho guest of Mrs. Tli'imaa J Darby. I'llenda of Mr. himI Mm I'rnd Knyarhern. anil family will renrst to he,y mf tha er 1 1 leal lllntaa of Mrs. Feverhern at Hie funilly reshlsme, tilt ftoutli nuthili. at rest. Mm. Coe Kriiueh of Halliln. Culn., la vlHlllim 'hi i aunt, Mm ,1. K. Oilf fenateju, and will tin Mm. Orlffen iIm'k Imiior ffiiest at r'aiils thla afternoon. Mm. T. Ii. I.eo haa relurned from KanmiH City, wlll'le she hail been vlaili Intr rulntlvea. ' Sand SprhifH Notes SAND HlMtlN(IH,,Nuv i. Tha II bniry i nmtiii i. e nf this Ity met lust nl:ht In aihnii'i lla plana and line of work under the newly appointed prtinldeiii. i'Vnlk Hims They will meet (unlKlit with the city council and tMgiihcr win It for the huciiiIiik of a room in ih" new municipal illldliiK thai inn ho lined, for the (empoiury library. A unliitlo nml eiiterliiliiliu: part) whh ulvcii nt 111" Hand HpilliKrt home Inut week when the faculty wero tile IiohIh at an ouuluor party for the chlUlren. Thvie was an uuormoiiH Imnflie on thu lawn with witches, Hlxnllntr welnera, hot Iiuiih and doui:huutn tu help In tho excite ment. A number of youtiK people wero enliiltalneit nt the homo of Mm. Clin Hon Hirlcltlon last wodk when they unthcred JO play COU. MIhs Maiah Ha lis uiiHlatuil Mrs. HtrluMuu an hoslena, Tho Invitations havo been issued by thn pouplo of thn Christian church for their dedication hit vie on Hun- day. O. W. Bnlvely, tho ovntiRUllsl and dedicator la hum and He v. niul Mih. .Mitchell hnvu been In town all week doliiK wolf that la reiiulred for tho' days of meeilnir tho first tit tho week. I'Yniik Marqunrdt ha retnrtiod from the oil floldM of Texas and Kentucky, where ho hau been work lilir for somo time, Thn X'oiiian'H club will meet Molidny at tho tlottry home, cam of tho city, instead of at thn Hmtth homo, becailso of the llhtcHK of Mrs. U I Hmlth. Tho ptonim that will boKlyeti wlllb Mie llturory one cS!ifll!SEiS I LU.il i-HU MU IUnU2JUtf;'W l -z - -"-tj that wen aanlKiieil for April, will Ineiuila nnriem by Mm. O Htewatt Mm. Paul Htrlekhn, and Mian Any HutUy. Itev. .1. C. Watson, the newly np polfitcjl pastor of the Methodist church, has moved frifn lirokeii Ar row stnl Is now In the pninunnHe on fourth. Mm. Watson will arrive from Oullirla wither today or to morrow. lyeomNt Noinn of tha Interurlatn linn wna onnrtitsd ittiou at a local hospital yeaterday and Is Irnprov Inr nltoly. The indies' Aid of the Communl t i hurch met at the Hohl homo ym'erday ami Were entertained by a llH.it plenxinK l)st nf lend In KM Mild talks with, refiishmi uts si rveil to Die Kllents lale In tha nifeinooii. Tho iml Hiirlnam r.nnll liai will ko to f'laremore in llay the team of that place tonen mw. Ma. H, It. Ourdon hat been can fined to lu r bed fur a few daja but Is ImprovInK rn.pWIy at preaent. The proirram Unit will be ren (tired nt tha ftoyal Nelabhor rneet Illjt tonlKht wIM be conipiled of thn following numbers- Aiiieil'-n. bv all; InviM-attnn by Hey. HiltiMe; lodKii fancy tl 111. niiillllK l'5 MIhh Hrent tin II. duel by Until ami llrucn Wil liams, vncnl soln bv Hymn KerKll Hon. re.iilinir bv Mix llicnttmll; plnriu sulu b I'iiiiI !. e After the lir'iirriiin tliein will lie n pin Hilppvr and nodal. - - 48 AN OCULAR EXHIBITION Jury Wanliil tu Sec Ihldcncc nml 'Hu n I'lompllr inc .liidKiuciit for HaiiuiKca. NKW YOliK, Nov. I - For nn In jury the resell of which left ono nf her leas an In. ll smaller In rlrcuni- fsreiUe than tl tiler. Mm. AiiRi'- lliif Al. Auflero, 2fi yenra old, of No. H13 Crntona avenue, tho Uronx, won $1,00(1 In llrniix Hiipreme rout. where she wna sulm? the Terminal nnd T'iwii Taxb ab company for dnmaKcs In nn automobile accident. Mm Aufleru's littornny cnlled Or. Corni llus Ki4n of No. (118 11. IR'lnd street, who testified to havlm; men siired Mrs. Auflero's llmlm and found the rlCTt one smaller. Thla Injury, It was nlloKed, wns tho direct result of tho nutomolilln accldenl. An X-ray expert wiim called nnd testified that Mm, Auflero'a IcK had "suffered a bad twIalltiK." The Interest nf tho Jury was un mistakable, nml Mm. Auflero was nski'd .to rake tho stand. Ab ultn stepped to her place anvernl of the Jurors leaned forward, and when tho wltnenn was scaled her attorney asked her to "prove her Injuries to tho aatlsfnctlon of the JuiIro and Jury." "I will If you think It necessary. Mm. Auflero ircpllod. Hho raised tho hem of her skirt so that It rested allKhtly nbovo thn knees, displaying a lonxth of figured silk stoekttiKH, which the ury ap peared to rcKard with oonccntrnllon. There wns no further argument and tho verdict was rcturnod. Hcca H n nil In Churcli. DOTIIAM, Ala., Nov. .'..The stcepln of tl'o Foster street Meth odlst church hero Is thn homo of a swarirt of bees, Just when lfcy took up their art olio them 100 foot from thn ground la net known. Dtlidouil HeallLful! Nonrlialng! Economical! MM rrrnr-"' ' "Fandon Now Calls for rci uogs uoiorca to Match hSade of Gownc, , LONlmN, Nov., fi- let dogs to suit tho color of lh costumo aro the latest fashion experi ment. Women wearlnif pale blue or prlmroau-colored costumes urn to bo seen walking with their pet Pldo of thn same color. This now fashion either neces sitates having thu one dog f'e nuenily dyed to suit the color of the ciriturno as It is changed, or or kei ping a number of dogs for the different costumea, SCHOOL WEEK IN DECEMBER All KcIkmiIh, Societies ntid ('hiirchca to Hnvisriltlng Nerdcco, WAHIfl.N'OTON, Nov. C.--"Srhnol week" will bo observed over the country December 6 to 11. Com missioner nf Kducatloli t.'ltixton hns reduesled tho governors nnd chief school offloem of the statea to, lake . . such nctlon na may ho necessary to cause thn people to ur.e this we.k In such way as It will most effectively illssernlniite Information In regard tu the (ondllloiis and needs of thu achools, Chambera of commerce, boards of trade, women'a cluln. Ilotary cluns. labor unions, farlllets organli- lions and patriotic and civic aode lies nrn requested to devote. ..... nieetliig to a discussion or tho needs of education in their states, Th. mlntHtem also are asked to devote ono of their church service Huiiday, December 0. for emphasU- inir t in tmtiiirtahen nf niliirnl Inn. Friday nfternrton and evening of st hool wek hna been designated as tho dnto on which community meet ings In tha Interests of education should bn held tu nil School-houses, both In tliM city utiil country, for the purposn of discussing the needs cf tho schools, tho means of mevtlng thesu necdn and romodylng condi tions. Crown l'rlncii n lllncknmllh. WIKHKNOK.N, Holland, May r,.-v Tho former (lorrnan Crown Prince Krrdorlck haa taken up a new trade. Ho now spends much of his sparo tlnto making horseshoe at the vit iligo blaoksmtth shop. Whllo hla father sawa wood nt Doom, tho son hammers out Iron on tho forgo. Hobort A. Mclllrncy Funeral Director. Phone 400-191. 134. 021 Houth Maln. -Advt WHY DO YOU TRY TO HIDE THOSE LITTLE PIMPLES Or Cover a Dark, Sallow, Muddy Complexion .With Face Powder and Rouge tlnw qmharrautnir It la for one to have plmplea a()ar nn f.ico, nock, anna or liamta. On little I'linpla 'la tart enough man tha atlracllvnei -of A p rally face. W You can quickly remove plmplaa And nthur flkln hlcmlthPS by toucl.lnc tho 4ipot i.r (Uipl)li.u' lllark unl Whlla Olutimn lo th part ffctcj. This lmp! l,ut tffeclwe home hrailly trratnunt rwnOVfa, not only pimple, but i'iitr ilark, nailuw tnuilJy completion, ami leave the akU rotl, whtto and radiant. All who havo uneit lllark a nil White Ointment are tlellehtcil hIIIi the reiulta unit keep a box atwa.v on their uresum tahle. lllark ami Whttt' Ko;ip ahouhl alan he lined nnd will be found a delightful aid In the Olinmrnt lloth lllack and tVhlln Ointment and Htmp can te found at at) irnnd druif atorea nnd tolti't cnunti'm- 25c each u parkaRe, er the maniifariur.era Mill aend poatpald nn receipt of JOc. A aample, literature nnd Jllack and White Iltrtlnlay and Pream Hook will bo ant yii free If you will clip nnd mall thla ailvertleement In IlbArK and WHITH, llox 1107 Meniphla, Tunn. Change of Time Sunday, November 7, 1920 No. 7 for Saptilpa, Oklahoma City and points south and west will leave Tulsa 15:00 p. m. No. Ill for Oklahoma City, Lawton and intermediate points will leave Tulsa 7:20 a. in. No, 117 for Fort Worth and intermediate points will leave Tulsa 8:15 p. m. No. 401 for Joplin, Monett, Springfield, St. Louis, and intermediate points will leave Tulsa 1:U5 a. m. . 41G for Joplin, Kansas City and intermediate v points will leave Tulsa fi:25 p. m. No. No. G07 for Enid, Waynoka, and intermediate noints will lenvo Tulsa No. GU for Enid nnd points south will leave Tulsa 7:50 a.m. For additional information phone or write E. O. BITTNER Passenger Agent, Frisco Lines 207 IAMi;ii llt'IMMNt;, Tl'JiSA, OKUV ATTEND C. E. MEETING mi- :; 2lrt!"r",,t,,nl,;,IVTl ileiil Will SMnk on Thn t hnl- Ii iiu'c of Oklahoma" Nituniay Miss Frnma Mif'lnran. slato prenl dent f the Oklah'ima Christian Kn denn? tinlon, will g.i lo Chandler Hatiirdny morning to ntlend tho con veritlnii of the (Oklahoma dlstrl' t, n, uprising Oklahoma. Mnoltt, r'handler and l'ottwatomle counties. Tha convenllnti will open Friday evening and remain In scsilnn until Sunday evening. It will bn held In the Presbyterian church. Miss Mr Claran will speak at one nenlon on The Chnllengo of Oklahoma" John Cecil, associate secretary of thu southwestern Christian En deavor federation, will make a num ber of addresses during tho enliven lb m. Mr. Cecil It now on a tour of Oklahoma In the Interest of Chris tian Kndenvor, delivering adilrcssii and conducilng conferences at dis trict conventlcis and "convention ette." Mr. Cm II and an officer from the hendiiuurtem In HoHton of the l.'nltod Hoclety of Christian Kit (leaver will be thn principal speak ! ' and lendem at the Chrltlan I2n- lli'nvur llllllllli' in lie wiiiiuinuii ill U.llliul t,mnrv n 111 1 uIm' J"""" U 19-'' Illrthrlght Hcj.ponslhlllty. At tho regular sabbath evening service nt Temple Israel, Fourteenth nn'J Cheyenne, Friday evening at 8 ! "' lor. Hnbb l.atz will preach on , " ,',?,V.,P'.. IL'f . ,,l.r.thrJf;h ltP aponslblllty." Thla Is tho first of k oeries of four aermons on "I'oot- "" from the Illography of Jacob, ! which will bo given during the I month of Nuvenilier. These aennona will eniphaslito tho rnornl educational forco of tho ancient bib lea stories, nun muir inuuerii uiiiiiriiuun. ii the Saturday morning study class at thn templo from 10 30 to 11:30. problems dealing with tho career of Abraham will bn continued. Thn GROUND FLOOR Continuing the Sale of Our Entire Stock of Suits YOU CAN ALWAYS DO BETTER AT THE 1 ;30 p. m. l.nui.1 luiicii. uicii. .iii ni.iuiiiiivi the les.'Kin. The public Is lordl.illv ..a. (Ml ..VAMt n . - A . ...Ill I .1 I ... , , I Prevent Chills The continued rains throughout the South are producing a great .deal of Chills and Malaria. Malaria often lies dormant in the system for some time before it develops into Chills. Take Grove's T&steie&s Chill Tonic to destroy'the malarial germs in the blood and thus prevent Chills. Price 75c. ROIIINSON ARCADE Regular $45, $95, $125, at1 Tho Sale of all Sales Presenting suit values that we have not seen in several years. It is a sale that should, and probably will create a sensation among women who know stylo and value when they see them Suits that brcathcquality and refinement. SultH that inspire admiration in every line. Suits that represent the utmost in value, style and supberb iporkmanxhip Suits with slender lines; plain tailored styles; novelty ripple effects and box-coat styles, in sizes for women, misses and stylish stouts; plain and fur trimmed. Hurry ! for Breakfast! SEE thim, Hacked high, topped with a bl(j piece of delicious Cnam of Nut t Who could reaint them! Creom ofVuf has that wondetful flavor that tells of dairy churning, rich pasteurized milk combined with oil pressed from the creamy white meat of cocounuts. Have you tried it yet? Pnrdir.an'i Oak Crvvt Oleomargarine of equally h'lh Quality It recommended to thoie who rreftr the animal product. miEDMAN MTG. CO, CAurn.ri j Facterr N. 1 - l.t Dl.trlct llUneU I CHICAGO I I I. ,.. 1 . .. , , . . i iii.iiru i,, . IPnillln olnssrs, s STREET OPPOSITE RiALTO $55, $65, $85, $175 Suits Off ADVANCE SHOP U'AoIei alt Dltttibutat t.iian.i.iYOt xo ro. IflU V. I lrnt M., Tnl.ii, (Ikla. Pllll.let tlMlgK SHOO 31101 l.i. in II. Inner 17 'Wheat Cakes