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MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1914.
THE OKLAHOMA CITY T1MM JTV 3 I EVERYTHING tor CHRISTMAS AT PETTEE S The Christmas Store a Million Gifts of Ball Bearing Roller Skates J OtliiT niyifH frm Wk 1,1-rtttnT Hftl III Mi iitfi MM,M)r( nilJiiNttihi.. In m rtil A I If NM chil u 1 iif f-r $1.50 51 -'' mnl f:i Events in Society Harriet Dvaa lawrtWy. Mra. Samuel F Laird and Mr. Kel and Mr and Mrs Daniel Klcfcr. I mil II. KIIIhiuiiii- will tMilrtnln younger inarrlisl et Friday afterniMiu ii! million lu i-oiii l luit'iit In Mr. Sam uel Hixlrii Uilrd nml .Mm S. S. Kirk I i. I rt k nf .Ii'IM'kIm'Ni. Tchh. MiX Kiln mil II Co cm TucHdttv lii Ide I Ivo I IVIiN-k 'l-ti club kc will he deal meeting of tilt tint Kestner Kid Dolls HnpiTlor ii lit y mil iim.le with Mtilintioitui "lilts. Nf w M( In. IKPN. 1 I'rl.i- Ill III , rt. Other lank, l V. wl '. IK.. IJ'.V Him fruiii w I Thermos Bottles I'm liltls I',, 1 1 mkmIi rt ivli 1 1 k I llu-r rnf ..t. I'll''- II IIIIIIN f.'.VI mil. r i l" ft. .in j I in 1 1 1 a i no", fr.'in w im u j . I. nil. h KIIn fr.im f' :a lip. D.&M. Boxing Gloves rii-ol ijitia Ml v l.-ut l.-r flllnl Willi .lirl.il liulr. iiinlili'.l rli Mi'icm) L-rmlfN -i". !.. $1 Mi. .' flu H'i lim. .'. no, ml num. 0 K mm , Mrn. A H McMulllu of Til Inn formerly Tf (I;!;; ; ity In nM-lltii llg II wii'k the giiisd nf Mi. S A. V I'll nml other "lil friends Shi' will In' n special gucHt Thuradiiy of Me. A Hiilversnti who Im entertaining llii' Clover Leaf Fmhrohlcry rluli and Friday nf Mrs .1 o lireen. Older event tire doing iIiiiiiiiiI fur der Mrs. William II Crane entertained tin- Thumday Hrldge l.unclienn dud SHtunlliy. hiIiIHIiiiihI (,'UI'hIm being Mine. Miihiiii W. I.ltlli' nml llriiry M Fiirman. Tup score with made liy Miiii-h. Itiirrmi I'. Hiiiim'I hihI I in nli'l W. llogan 'llii- rluli will meet Will nesdav with Mr. Milliter A Cray croft Mrs. .lolin Imt will 1' lllwtl'KH Thursday to thi' Thursday Auction lllll III plllce lf M I'M. II II l.ce HM formerly a 1 1 1 H nil m il Mr Fthel Ji h Slimiiifi'lt i f Alo ha will arrive today fur h visit with Mi's I,. V. I.HIIfMto(l. I Till' Merle nf r 1 1 t ) . rnie nf fH iiiiiiw ui hit Iiii;n thill lire Ih-Iiii! exlilhlt iil here will he hIiiiwii from I IintiiiUt II In II Ml the CiilliertMi.il Heli'htH ni'Iii il ThiirMihiy evetijit; H mikm IhI iri'i;riiiii will he nlvwi In eiihiii tlon v It It llw exhlhltlon. The fuml re- elveil will tin liiwiiriU ImytiiK I'1, tiireM for the mi IhmiI MARKETS Oklahoma Livestock. , T(xl)' ICefMpN. Cnflto !' CnlviH .n Hum -w 'Hlu llriii i:U t'ATTI.i:. The we k oieiiil with H Unlit rim on IiiiihI. Iml the i-Hllle trnilf wiih Kl'Mi'ly nn-l .h-iI.v. A tew liwils of iii km I lMeveM mIioWihI up. the ht of whli-h hroiik'ht $T.INl f,t IT .'h) , Hrluger mill Nortnti of Clili knulm, .Okln. Iiml m'leriil IohiIn In IimIiiv. 0oih limn mill lielferi Mild up In vJsMi'i M flL.Ti HM tnM. (I.lil Iteflil nf rholcr ItiilU liroiiL'ht p(i. Tht itilf niHrket hteiuly SliM-kerN hihI (Hxleni vvpre m ure tmliiy with n , rteinmiil (or HiIh i'Inhh. Houthcm ('own. 2 '.'10 . i vim . ' I bfn W 4 Hulk 1 mm 1 Hid TODAY'S Ql 0TATI0NS. (loud to choir corn fed . 17.75 If ?5 M-1II11111 to fund corn f'd 7.86 (r 7.76 Mfdlnni cuke nn irrnxn .. I 151 I.'i Oond to eholi K ymrllnmi. . 7 75 If II 00 '.Mtd. to ood fed yiKrln 7.00 V 7.25 f'nwi nnd llelfcr flood to choli-e row . . : rlr lo irood ;T"Rlr eiittrm 'nnrrii ("hn'O heifers Oood fed helfem Fwlr to ood . ( rimmon in fiilr Pun M bulli Medium In itood butcher , r.i'lefnn The ilepHrtmelit of iIhiicImk of the j MiikIiiiI Art IliMtltute, miller the ill 1 icitloii of Mr. IKimielly Held will ! Hive hii opi'ii hchmIoii Krhliiy eveiilnif I til H oiliK'k when Bli exhllilllnii of! ri k'uhir mcIiooI work will he chen by the different cIhhw. the hocIhI, I i IiimmIc hihI nthletlc. The cIiimmIc iIhiic- liu! cIhkh w ill lir.HM'iit eiunpleM bImo of techiilipic All frlemlN iiJ pntroiiK of the hcIhmiI Hre Invited to ntlenil Mrs A K ImhiiIm of NoruiHli will nrrlve TmwilHy to Hpcii.l a pnrt of the ' winter with her dmik-hler. Mih. j UcnrL'e II. I'nrker. 1 The i'Iiicu'h I'iiii Hellenic ummim I lltloll held IIm lliollthly lllllcheiill Sat nrdiiv In the prlviite illnliik' riMiin or the Sklrvin. I'liutw were I11I1I for Hev- j ent(eu luetnlierM nnd irinlM. Tile lielt miiflliiK will I1' Snturiliiy, January ( 1 ' ! The KliiilerKiirten Couiicll met Sat urday nfterniMin In the library. Mrn. 1 I'. S. (i. Ileinry Im-Iiih tho leader. Mm. 1 llemry gave a well prepared paper on' "Oklniioiiia Ijiws for Women ami Children," dwelling especially on the! Inheritance law for women. She alMi I read two article by Mr K. J. Htreet 1 er whime work fur the Juvenile court j nml truntit chllilren Is well known. I Mr C. K. Kiink a a gueMt. Tim club w ill iue't iwxt the lat Tliuntday I In JiiliuaTV. The flrat of the dinner card partlea w III he given TliurmlBy evening1 Bt the Countrv club. I tinner w ill Ih wrved togetlier wlih Mr ami Mrs .n-.-ili MyerK. The fnllier of Mih. HmiiIi mid Mr KeU were old lime frlcinU nml IicIkIiIiiii n. mnl this lx I lie fn -l lin-cl lug of the hlldri'ii for ninny vchi-m Knllow lug the dinner I lie party were the idlest of In. ami Mr. Josepn Illatt for the evening. Ihlity tinc-tM hiullii; Imhmi Imlled lo meet llieiu ,M t h 1 I l ls tiilkiil liifoniiiillv 011 Mingle !::: r.'iiiiii meeting with mii.Ii I'lithiisliiNin thut a Mingle tut Iciiue wiih organized with Mr A. I. I'nules mini mm priwliliiil. Mrs. KeU Noke i the Cany nle lllirary thlH afteino..ii, mid will depart tonight for TiiImii The Women of Hghty nine mcl Sut unlH y wllh Mi. Hurry Clegem. Mtm. aih Nofsluger wa Bildisl to the tneliilierHhlp A hIIvit offering wiin In I ken for the SinilMtini Hume, and the chairman of (he philanthropic is.m 1 mitt, was liiHtructed to mciiiI basket of frul I to IIhiciio Christina i lns r ' lo the home of netsly I'.lghty Minor According to the custom of the organ Irallnu. I he mcmlier will keep n 11 bouse New Year' day 11 1 the Imine of 1 Mm. William J. Pet lee. A pleaslnu' program wa given at Hie clow of the lillll lies MPsloll whli ll llirllliled sl'M'l j at voenl niuiils-rs b Mrs Alls-it M I I'hr Hccompmilisl In Mrs. Frederick I II. Owen. Mr V In-Wllt Allen ami Mln Mlhlreil Parineiitcr gave 11 ihnr actcr Nketrh "At the tirHnd Cenlral i Ml ill Intl." mid Mis I In iris. .11 Ii. Tins 'dale ami Mrs Tin. inns Klrbv both Villi- inoMt en o able reading. Tea whs nerved. Mrs Mary McClnre p..nr lllg. mill Hie hostess was usnIsIciI by MImm VMm Wllllil Sas'al gnesN were Mines Albert l U'hr, Frisleild I! I Owen, Harrison H. Teasdnle. M he Witt Allen. ThoniH Klrbi ami Mr. Mildred Parmcnler The nel regular 'meeting will I' Saturday, Januarv '', with Mr l F. I' at In West 1 Fourth street. PLUMES ON SALE TUESDAY PLUMES ON SALE TUESDAY the game will begin at Kim1 . ,-ITnl . .ft . ri . .n:r. , .. ,.B.J.'i OOflll.75 5 2511 15 4 004.75 The liramnllc Art ilemrtiuetit "f Sorosl will I' entertained Tuesday iiflernoon bv Mis Mary Mitchell at the home of her sister. Mrs C I.. Iinui'herty at II IS North Central avenue. The Iitilw club will iniike lis pe i'niher pvent a dinner dance to bo given the evening of I iisi'IiiIht The exis'iitlve ismiiiilllee has charge of the arrangement. Ilelhrhtfnl In "II lis H.silntiiient nnd es'clallv nrtlsllc In II disnra Hon wa the bridge tea given Hiilur dav by Mrs A I. Welsh In (sitnpH tnent lo Mr W. W. Wltlen of likinnl g(. and Mr I,. Kelly of San I'leifo. C11I. Seven ladle of player enjoyed their favorite guine of auction while lit an upicr niMirtineni mintlier party of friend ient the aflerii'Nin plea Btitly with Christina iieetllewnrk. Mr Caleb H UriMikH who made the tup core waa the ris'lplent of a dainty French baket arranged for a erm-bet bag. Mm. Wltteu itn preentil with a beautiful pe of hnnil made silk lingerie, and Sir. Kellv wllh a leath er writing ee for traveling Follow -tnc the game the gnela w ere In vlted Into the dining nsiiii. pink "haded candle wera on aldcNiartl and huff el acivnlnatlng the verv Huge of pink liegoula. The chamle Her waa entwined with mllax and pink rone, and the table had at one wide a pink Hhaded candelabra, and nn t!w other a large flat cluster of pink aatln row. Mr. William J J"" JFK Jg5n JK W v SALE OF 100 FRENCH PLUMES We Bought at a Special Concession 100 Plumes especially for the Holidays, and will rush them out Tuesday morning PLUMES MADE TO SELL AT $5.00 $1.98 It m;iy seem I'luitk's th;it we (i INCIIliS WIDl . A special pui 1 j )ssihlt lor us tn i ate mine as a Clri Lverv ye o :l I'ink, !.it;ht Blue. ' ent time. :ini . t-r inary to the woman who has been painy; tlie prices Jem.uule.l In smiie Milliners t r Ostrich e ahle to (.tier a ivautiiuli KIACII O-S'lklCII I'LUMM. 1H INCHHS L0N(i AND S1.(S. c, this is just what we propose to do tomorrow morning at S o'clock. i-e from a bi.n New York Jealer with whom we do an enormous business every year, makes it iter you just what you want at this season ot the year. I'oMtively nothing a woman will appreci !inas present because a plume is always the cmrect tiling lor t rimmitii; a hat. e Humes has perfect fibers. Thev are Male OMrich I'lumes and come in I'astel Shades of Rose, ilmon, White and Copenhagen. Note that all these arc the Popular livenm-; Shades at the pres- Trimmed Millinery Sa Iml, Kerond Floor. J m pi ii AS POOR FOLK Do 1 ibt Housekeeping in Cheap Hutims and Work at (Kid Johs. WANTKD A NEW VIKWI'OIXT i.r After a twM-lolugl- etjtlT Tv'kji In Ho llv mi; In it cheap hnlg ckii a out an eilstcini Jons, weallhy Stuart 1. 1 l ie d,ive returned to at tl :i0 and 8 o'cloi k. Mis Vera Mcynllken etitertalnel Hie memlHra of Chapter V 1'. K. . ivn,-, 1x11101 tea and BasMIng In Salurtlay evening at a buffet aupper w.rviig the cake and Kandwiche from at the home of her adder. Mr. I. H. ;)ir,.,V baaketa tbl wllh pink tulle Mahun Mlam-a Norene Stark and wpr,,' Kdwlna Farrar. Marvran't Helen Mahan axatated and at the tma j ivtiee and Helen Clovd. llntmla wt uggtltt by idler of ei Mayor ' I I of Mew Ion. for lie Itepiidlliiiu Slale front Smllli t'oi a laleui.sl inn I lie meeting, following. Ml Martha Cllnier wan Initiated, in place nf the usual ChrlHtma fentlvltle the ehae : ter will distribute gin among the of the afternoon were Mine. Samuel H. iJilnl Httd H. H. Klrknatriik of JnnealNim, Tenn, F.. A. Whitney of l.ong flench. Cal.. Ueorge Farrar and poor ehlldreii Mr trltmaa, ami le-';racf W. !ewev of Kdmiuul. llenrv cviiiher 10 will meet wllh Mia Nelle j nr f wichlln MIhwi Mab..l Han for iK'Moaa to complete arrangement dlat rtbtitlon. Circle H (if the Flrat Preahyterlan church will meet Tuenday afterniaiu al 1' 30 o'clock with Mr. K. II. Ah bltigton of i:4 Weat filiteenth atreet Membera are rMpiexted lo bring their ci'tilrthutluu to the lienevolent Ptnn mil tee. At the Saturday evening danaattt at the le HuckliA limltlti a mini Iter of ! !&S 75 ' guet from nut of the city, there wa 7547. ?5ia pleaaant party of the married aet C.501T7.00 6 504 r, 78 4 75t 5 50 5 :fifl It 60 5 no v I oo 4 50 (r 5 00 FV deea. s oner t oo i if oo K'fM'ker anil ' NaM'-en ortod t') ehotee feeder .. 5 75 WO.OO Mdlitm to gnpd 176 47 6.71 rVaf'.toek calve 6 00l. 60 : Jd. to food atock ra'vea 175 4)1.50 Oood to ehotoe yearllnga . (.00471.50 Medium- to good 6 75 47 6 00 ptockar enw B. 00 41 5 50 ! Tteat atru'ker nd feeder I helfera S Wtockfrr bulla t Qnrantin, Btorker tuid KDor Cattle td feeder .004$ 60 Medium to good 4.B0W6II t ChoK to fancy Mocker . 4.76 Cr 6 86 ! Medium to good wtockera. 4 504 71 UtoPker he'fer. 4 IB 47 8.00 ftocker cow ' 1.76 4.40 Hog.-Willi only a handful of : porkera here Monday, the early trade ; looked like dime lower, hut north ern m.irkela eaued up nnd 1 ,,0- wna ateady to wenk at mnat Nlnt. The proHiortlre top here waa nded ; at $41,110. ' KanM CM Uveek. I Kanau Clti', .Mo.. Pei- 7-Cattle ' retvliit 12.(KX): market ted to 10 : Mght; Vrtme fed at.vr ft.tV) 10.80; I dreaaed beef ateera, T tV to .23; : row and helfera! 4.75 "If Uft alwk ter and feeder M.00 f ".M; hull. 4 2fl 4I.0 rulvea H.t It lO.tgJ H. reeelpta 0000: market ateady. : heavr 000 Ifl 7.11; . ken and Imt L cher O Hfi O 7.18: light tl 40 W T ! Vivian Bitniott, the original nf "Ml tie 1ord Fantitleroy." one of the moat fatnmt tit the onnka of hi mother. Mra. France Ilotlgann Hit met t, the ao thm. waa married laat week to Ml Clarenre (Tough Pull In New York. Mr. Hurneff I now thlrtT-ali year Old. which Included Mr. and Mra. J. A. Itrlttenham and their gneat, MIhm Hee le Funk of Pennington, Ok., Metwra. and Mmew. U I'. Owen, Hen K. Snell. 11 M. Slaaon and Mr. Stella Chad burn. Mr. Joneph Haakell of Muko gee wa among the dancer, and Mr. and Mra. Flnlay Hrrngg and their gneeta, Mr. and Mra. W. 0. McOhonl of Springfield, Kyjwera among thoae who were watching the dancer. Mr. Maude Wllcot left thla morn ing for Kdmoml tn take charge of tha choir of the Chrlatlao church at a revival meeting of three week. Mr. Frank P. Kuott of Denver la the gneat of hi brother and wife, Mr. and Mra. W. P. Knott, who all atpect to go to tha country home of Mr. and Mra. Deorge Knott today for a brief rlalr. Mr. N. DeWItt Allen will entertain Halurday for Mlaea F.llaatieth Hal hert and Helen Stiver, who wllf graduate Chrlntma from the eighth grade of Putnam Height achool. Mra. I.ucy Trader will arrive Wed neaday from (iuthrle for a vlalt with Mm. J. U. Street and other old friend. Mra. M. M. Bower will entertain Thursday at auction In honor of tieq mother Mm. Moaea Klug of Cam bridge, Man., and her alater, Mra. John M. Cloyea who will arrlv Wad nemlay for a rial t A party of old frlonda Mmea. J. R Wheeler, (leorge fliiencer, A. I Welah, W. W. Wltten of Okmulge. W. J. Pal let and J, n. Harrell wll gn to rMroond Tneaday to iend the day with Mm. Oraee William Dewey and Mm. (lea Farrar. Mm. Harry Wildron and baby will leav the middle of the week for Fort Madlmvn, la., where they will anend Chrlatmaa with Mm. Waldmn'a !ar enta. Mr. and Mm. Hol Parlh entertained Hundav evening it dluuar. Mm. Joem nev of ArkatiH (Mty, Carrie Swttr.lor of Roawell. N. M , All.-e Orave. and the Mine (ieorge W. Sieii(r. Hod ' ert H. Wilkin. William J. Pel tee, J O. Street. Phil Hall. Walter Hanson. I Uinla H Klllmunie, M. I. Turner. Fl verholer, Harry (lemon, W. C. Hurke, (Jeorge I Stllee, J. H. Harndl. Ivan K Ileeder. Marlon S. CMilcr. (Ieorge I. CiHike, and Samuel M. Oloyd, S. K. Ijilrd. Roliert H. Walker. It. T. Edward, (I. K. Maaaey. Tltomaa P. Mellon. Clinton A. (inlhralth. John W. Omve. Jona H. Crane, (Ieorge ; (i. Kerr, Jamee H. Whwler. T. W. WllUamnon, David Mi Kliwtry, Wll Ham T. Salmon, Filmond S. -Fergn ' aon. ixmaid ruiirixv, tioyn k. ijiiiiii. , Charlea V.. Ma'amt, TJe y-WMianUon. T. M. JairWUntl.-IK t How t6 (Jive Qtilnhte ( (lilldren. FF.DR1MNF. I the trade-mark name given to an Improved Quinine., It I a TaMclee Syrup, pleaaant tn take and doe not dlturb the atom a h. Children take It and never know It la quinine. Alao eeclally adapted to adult who can ant take ordinary Quinine. Doe not nauaeate nor rauae nervouamwa nor ringing In the head. Try It the net time you need Quinine for any purpoae. Ak for J ounce rnig tnal package. The name FKHHII.INF la blown in bottle. 28 cent. Itosloll, 111'. till lioneyniiN.il clieslcr, N . ill llOUM III, 'I by (loin.' isdl CIiiim' mikI hi' Hi a-toll. 'I lie Iniiiev ii i. n Mr. ChiM', lau Cdiirli-i K. Ilnifi mer cbair.iiiin of II coll.llllltis'. She was nnnliiiii lege In IIMip. She aii inn. lot aolne time Mis Chase Ills Iss-n Intensslisl In M-itlcncnt work ami Is an active MiffiagM Mr. Chasi- Is a giiniuale of Ma.sa chusi'lla Institute of Technology nnd of ll tivaril, cl.i-s of lint'. He I an expert invoiinliiiii ami noted ih a liiskev player Nmglil New lewpoint. The story of their si range iimiey iiiih'U was told l.slav by Mr. Clutsc "We were iiiiiin.'! Ill Julv." sd" hald. ".'iml : 1 1 1 l a vacation Ii I lie Canuitlan vvoisl-. we atopiml off nil Him lits,cr on our way home, In order' to Irv out a rallni no.el i act I m.ii t r.H the sisoihI ..:is. of our none i IIIimhi." xM'rlmeiil .vns stove In the comer and dlshi-a thrown In all for the princely hii in of $.'1511 t wis-k. "The light hoiieke..plng provldtsl i'Uiiil'rlcM llluiulntillug enMTlenc"ji. Our riMiin whs iiui'le the III, ling plaiv f n dottle of morphine, of which drug one of liu lodger wa a mIhvo. 'A raid in force was finally uncle to Ide i. coiui'Miilmenl of vast en-lie uient. The n ii I i"iieful luiriiNlon that IiiiiN out lioai Hid eight His-ks of In in.', in tin ii.. ii." of from $11 to flfi tl vvisk. I Hie iraglc inn . rtnluty "As long a tin. tod holds, all la fairly well, dot H s id hold." Applied far Worit UK) Time. Mr. Clinsc .o.!lisi tor i.Hirly Inn imsittons. varylt'i- irmu pin bov tn a Isiivhng nllev to li in hi r el mathetuat 'm in an evening i b(.l "At I a al Mr Cbac ;:ct work through a idatt'S' 1 1 ' ii 1 1 il it in - It. coiimUi.sI of ciilllnlni! a i-t .in ol a (sainla fur a r.Miflic i O' cern. and i.rti-rward the kis-plir.' rf the book nl'd the atiH'r 1 1. ion of thi t fflrv fioin fine to time It w.is not stnnly work ati'l II did not ,.,iv tl.e fat e-.s'i se. Inn In time II i.ndt have d.'vciosl Into a immiII) I ol " "What were you doing In the mean time. Mrs. ChiiMC?" "My exiH-rlenew were. ierhap, even in .ri' lllunilnatlng I wa Utterly tin sncussfiil and beaten and dlamnyisl la in v attempts at getting work for I ie first few wis-k. lt Her Job a a Waltreaa. "I workisl for a time In a 15 cent ri ta it runt. 'M hour a week, which v a: Illegal, for $4 80. They dlacharg el me Ikshusc 1 eould not carry heavy ilitie with sufficient skill, i -1 wnrkis! iiIimi lu a f and lOcent !st(n as a Saturday helper-nine I d..nrs for $1 The riijular wg I ! from ." '' to II a week. BANK PUN CHANGE IN LAW PKC0W1E FOR Hi Executive Council of State As-1 Local Hardware Men ArriDge sociation (oiisidi'i's rroiosetl duaraulct' A mciulmeutM. Kntfrlainraentfl lor Visit- ing Members. WILL .MARK SKLKCTItiNS , HOLD DEALLKS AUCTION SALE The executive council of I he Okla hiiltia Stale Hankers ini" union uiel tlda aiorulng at Hie Iav lluckinn luv tel to coUMilcr llUblliess (O cbwlug up the work of tin for liu pri'M iit year. A of ikiuulg'' Is i linii iii.in j lM'nl hardware men are completing arrangement for tlie entertainment of 'the twelfth annual convention of the Oklahoma Hardware and ImtaVwent ins led lid j iiniN-ii i,, willed cotiveni hen to ussiMiallou inorrovv 1...I1I. None of the outside II. Kennedy ; hardware men. wllh the emi'pHoli of ami I . K M II. Porch of Mustang, aecrelary of till tllv. nislelillj UIMiES WOMEN NOT TO HEAR CHILDREN M'l... .1 ' 1 ' .-i.t........ lu. ? u'.iniAii limiln re IWo rolil. "FliM. we wMie,' Ui find mil ev ! f"-- ' r clilldri until the mena. aclly wh-il wen ami what wen' net I of war I done away wllh. So de the iiiism-y fai-lors f n hltiitiy .iml ...,r.sl Mi I-' W. I'ethlcW I jiw.-hh 'useful exlsieinv , f A 1,1 an addrea lM-f"i" tb'i ; "Seeim-lly we wl-lusl to I tiv .nI lnl j V iiiiuitt's City 1 i lilt, ilhe wtirVIni: ami living sm.litioii. of; Mp, 1 ,,., v formerl wa afflllu he average ';ieil.an family whose1, w, I'ankbunt ami the I Jig 1 liiisnne varies ftoni imi tt.iNin nii.., militant Muffraglat. She waa I in Hourduiiiu the council. Secretary Itouriluutu Maid llii aft eritiMiii that the council I con-l'lciing prosl amendii I lo the bank .., mis . . . 1,1 unit IIm- ev.11, t nil lure of the risittinieiulatloii of the council mill not ! made public until Ita work la completed. Tlie council also bennl reMiria from various coin mlttiin of Hie Slate Hankers' assis t a I Ion and cotiNlilered ris oiiineiela tlohM made dy them coiiinill lisst Thlr teen out of a total of flftis-n inemlaT of the exis-ullve cotiin II were In at UmiiIhiiiI' at the meeting IimIiiv The esloti continued thlx 11 ft 1-1 11. in and will conclude tonight. Tomorrow morning at 0 :m o. l.H k tlie Oklahoma State Hunkers' nsso. I a I Ion will meet In the Metr"H'iian theater to aclect five meml rs of the executive council lo lake the plan, of thtwe who retire this year I lie member, together with the ten hold over nieinlsT of the council will I hen meet nnd nominate three men. me of whom the neit governor Is to apisilni the alale bank (iininiKsloncr ami ,,'ei t nine men from whutn the gover n r will 11 a in the state banking hoard ioiiikms of tbree tnemlrs , lids tic tiol' will be taken lu couiiillam Hie ail of Mand tl. I OKI il of ide organization, tnivc yet arrived ' in Hie city. Owing in tlie Illness of Mr. Fred crick I'fnff of Aiiinlarko. wife of tho pn-i.l.-iil of Hie iiss.MlaH"ii, the iinnil al I'iss'ptlou will tint Is' held. Other feature of entertalnnieut, however, will be supplied Im lulling Hie annual "hL'li Jinx" of I'H-itl inniiufiiotiirer and ,l"bl't-s club vv lil. Ii will I. atagisl on Thiirsilay evening at 11 Iim-hI theater. Mrs. II o Davis an, I Mr. II H. Porch will I. hotcos al the theater parlv A style show Including the dla plnv of living ni'Mlel al the depart meiil htore will I- given for the bene- lil of Vlslllhg ItlllicH. The first cmIiiii of Hie convention will I, al the li'Hitckln hotel 111 the parlor assetndly riMiin at H o'cd'k Tuesday evening. A tntislctil program togetlier wild 1111 aildre of wedimirt dy Flmer F.. Hrown, secretary of tha chamber of coiuiuern' will oe feat lite of the o-iiing program, A dealer aiiiilou Male will be one of the Interesting feature of Ihv con vetitloii. None of the article will lie on hand, bill thev will he Hold fmin descriptions. 1 Icr are asked In bring giH.ils Hint are hi, I sell lug lu their ciiiiimuhltlo. to make out care- ye.ir "We know bm much ol the dlll"r fact of tin- eisii'ini'lo Htrnggle to en terlalli nil v ideals of Sim UI uplift, or : work among Hie sir ' I Kept House in Cheap Room. ) "Our flrsi ihoiigdt. of coume, waa a j place lu willed to live. A laiartlltig ; lu.i'so aervisl us for the flrat two jwii'k. while Hie remaining all week i w ere nN'H In a single room, dealgn cd for light housekeeping with ga CARTER APPEAL IS UP Ilea ef Okmulgee Man Herd en red Far Manslaughter Raned on Technicality Davenport Keayreaenia Plate. Argumenta were heard (y the crim inal court of appeela tmlay In the appeal of W. Carter who waa aeut euced to aerr four yearn lu the peni tentiary' from Okmulgee omnly for manslaughter. Carter' apfieal I baaed on technical ground. According to the paper tn the case Carter walked into the atom of A. Learta at Okmulgee In 1012; bought a pair ot ahoea. After lxylng for then be decided not to take tliem and aaked for bla ntiaiey back, lavlit re tamed the nnmey Iml Carter claimed that tha merchant abort 1 hanged him In the deal, (arter walked ont of the atore but later returned wllh a revolver and ehnt 1-eavltt four time. Inflicting mortal wminda. Claude Dav enport, aaalatant attorney general, argued I he cane for the atate and At tnrney Cowley of Okinulgi for the defena. 1. -. 1 . -a 7 w $22 50 FOR $11.50 Close Out Price. The Nation Hardware 114 W. GRAND AVE I'lihOtllsJ si . I III'. Mlsa Jai.e Adttama iiilrtiucvd the ssikiT, w hi i.'ide a .i-n for a greut nioveiiient to end all war. "If humanity I to lie menaced by ihl vampire," Mm. I.awreuoe Haiti. "It lin t worth while to go on living. 'it lati't worth while for hundred of thim iti'la uf women every year to go down Into tbe ahadow of deal It1 II their oiii anr'lta l killed and their tlaiighler tire tt'be pillaged and out raged. , "We arc " only producing caiiuon flMHl." lira. lAwrencc ireentd aevertvl proisis'tloti (iiiMtltulIng a "woman' nioM inent for iinitnictlve peace." The object la "to organlae public opinion and bring It preMutre to liear u'ii the government of the world lo fur therai'ce of the following etnln: "1 he enAirviMiient of the ileinoci :i id's of the world by the Inclusion of the mother half of the human race In the rank of articulate cHlienhlp. "That all tree lie and alliance on Hie tmrt of any democratic nation ahall he ratified by the repreenttlve id the eople. "Tint the aide ahall he held l their slogan that Ihl I a war to cud war. "That at the cniicliiNton of air no irovline shall he tranferril from one government to another without the tvnseiil of the Hipulatlon mneernisl ; that thi (sinsent ahall be obtained by 'a vote of Hie iple and that women who have iiifferiil eipially wllh tneti shall be Included In the plebiscite." j Fvery time a nlmlt laugh we I womler w (in the Joke I on. ISuisw-tfnl nu'linnt advertlae to get IiiihIiiism (lieu keep oil advertle lug to kii'p It, 1,1, 1 fill .Ie. ilptioiis of them and If they j desire I" flv a prdv at wlileh they wish them started off al the auction IIWK IHil DIMi IS III KM II jsale Ol f Hie lu-s mer. d ihillse line 1IY KOHItFHS WHO KS( AI'K tdmn'r lu tin- slat" will onilii'-t tbe Muskogi'. okla. Ihs- 7 Tlie Flrn Slate Hank building at Morris, okla. whs diiriicil lasl nlgdl by rodlsT. who gol only flftv dollor from a safe they (Talked lu the Slinmoim Mcrcan tile cnmuiny'a more, lu the dank building The total los In twenty five thousand dollar 'I he eenM'd. FRFNCII AYHTOKS HKOP BOMHH ON (iFKMVM HVMI.VKS iile. I M( I.XIMU) MONFi IS IIKIJ) Waihlngtoii, IK'. 7. - Aerial laid on Freldnrg In Hudsgan. have la-en acknowbitgeil aa the work of French aviator In an official rejMirl from the (ierman foreign offdi to the embay here. The raider dropil doind on the aviation hangar there HY ((IKI'HUXnON IMItKII There I yet In Ih. hand of lh. j coriMiratloti iiiiiiiutisloit Hlxuit $!, iwortlt of clnsks of the teleihonc re- I fund unclaimed Those check went 1 . .. . 1 .1... .i.i... robbers I nimusl '" tlie mt"I1 nil'l lite iminsn 'lell lis found by the is,lu!llblli'U, but . when thev were in I dcllrered wer "'iitrmsl to the is.iinidsHlon. It la . sidle Hint 'iiaiiv of thow' to whom re funds were due have removed from Ide illy or changed their aildre o td'it It wit luiHislde to reach them. These ctui'ks, however, will be bebl .v the coinnil4on until every effit l as Imi'ii made to ItM-ate the owner ami then If not fiamd they will be Ask DITZELL'S Alaitit thio. Special Holiday Term on Piano, (irafonnia and Violin A Small hj'mimI Down, then atart you at 25c Weekly 1 Payment Only a few ii-nl a day. Dltwll'a lead, n'hem follow. - Cull or Write Tialay - Diizell Music Co, rn W Main. Oklahewa CUf For Oklahoma, Tetaa, MbaaMMi.