Oklahoma City Daily Pointer (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 122, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 8, 1910 Page: 2 of 8
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/ednesday, June 8, I9H/.
Hats Will Almost Be
I am going to close out my entire retail stock at once
RIDICULOUS PRICES ON NEW HATS
Owing to my Immense purchase for a wholesale business I am
going to sell Immediately the entire assortment of Hats, Bonnets,
Fiowers, Plumes, etc., etc.. at the most remarkably low prices, noth-
ing reserved, ail to go, and buyers wiLl find at this positive clearance
bargain* surprising, Indeed.
Be among tho first to call; a late visit means you may lose a
favorite beauty; then, again, the cost is .so slight No sale in the city
108 W. Fourth St.-Just Off Broadway
EWS IN SOCIETY
By SUSIE E. BOLES
AD MEN TO TELL
SECRETS OF ART ?
TO OUR VISITORS
The Hardware Store
Home of High Quality Hardware
Special Sale for Thursday Only
This Is the age of VACUUM CLEANERS, yet everybody does not
want to spend the large sum necessary to buy them. With economical
housekeepers this sale ought to be very pop-
THE NATIONAL CARPET SWEEPER is
one we can recommend. It is of beautifully
flnishel hardwood and made right in every
paraicular. The regular price is
$3.00. This sale, only
WISS SHEARS are famous
the world over. They are made
of toughened steel to withstand
rough usage. The cutting ed^c is
of the finest quality Razor steel,
welded to the frame by tho Wiss process, and have no equal. For
this sale only we offer the EQUITY nickel plated, Japanned QQf*
Shears, six-inch, at 00 C
6 1-2-inch—39c. 7-inch—43c. 71-2-Inch—48c. 8-Inch—54c. 8 1-2-inch
—58c. 9-Inch—63c. They sell usually at twlcc as much.
Every kitchen needs a Potato Masher and every woman snaps up a
bargain when she can. Therefore, for this sale we offer an exceptional
bargain in this useful little article. It is made of heavy tinned wire
and good beechwood handle. Will last a lifetime.
Qet one at this sale, only jC
Skirt Hangers will cause the skirt tn keep its shape and hang just
right, to the everlasting joy of the ladies. A regular 36c
Beller goes this sale only at *
Mrs. A. H. Hoffman and two daugh-
ters, Allene and Dorothy, have gone to
tit. Joseph and Kansas City for a visit
Mrs Abe Levy will entertain with
a birthday party Thursday from 3 to
6 for her little daughter Jennie.
Mrs. Frank Best will entertain on
Thursday evening for her daughter,
Miss Mary Best, at their home on
West Twelfth street.
Miss Muriel O'Neil who has been
a guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Wheeler
returned yesterday form a short vis-
it In Minco, Okla. She will leave next
week for her home in New Castle,
Mrs. C. F. Wheeler will leave in
July for a visit to her former home
Mrs. Carrie Morris has returned from
Lawrence, Kansas, where she has
j been attending the univerlsty.
Mrs. M. 8. Olynn, of Olathe, Kan ,
will arrive shortly to be the guest
! of Mrs. D. R. Morris, of East Seventh
Mr. Charles Hall left Monday for
Mrs. T. J. Lenox, of 830 East Tenth
street went to Sulphur Tuesday, to
spend a week with an uncle who is
Mrs. Katie Patterson and Mrs. Byrd
arrived yesterday from Santa Fe, New
j Mexico, to be With Mrs. R. G Hvrd.
I of 417 East Park Place, who is very
| ill. Mrs. Patterson formerly lived
; here, having been away only about
I two years. She is prominently con-
| nected with the W. C. T. U.
| Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Rarth are
home from New York City.
The Five O'Clock Tea club held a
business session at the home of Mrs.
j AI. L. Turner yesterday morning. Mrs.
IO. G. Jones entertained the club at
Mr. and Mrs. Conde Moselev of
West Eleventh street, entertained on
Punday with a luncheon In honor of
| Miss Lila Jester, of Corslcana, Texas,
who Is the ffuest of Mrs. John E. Du
Mais and Miss Llla Crosby, who will
leave Thursday for Europe on an ex-
tended visit. Ropes of smllax nnd
sweet peas wero the decorations. The
guests were: Misses Mabel Aufrieht.
Llla Jester, Lila Crosby, Marie
Clarke, Mrs. C. F. Wheeler, Mrs. M.
M Moselpy, Messrs. Milton Ehrllch,
Wi'son Burke, John Emrrson, Walter
C'aMwfII. Jerre Locke. Buddy Mose-
ley a ltd Mr. and Mrs. Conde Moseley.
Mrs. George W. Sne'icer was hos-
tess Monday to the Cha 'ing Dish club.
There v.ere two tables c f players. Mrs.
John P. Tohns and Mrs. Richard A.
Vo86 made top score. The club will
close its meeting with an all day meet-
ing at lie Country Club next Mon-
The Ladles cf the Harrison Avenue
Congregational church have postponed
the social, which was to have been
given June 7th, till Thursday of next
week. Juno 16, at the home of Mrs.
Frank E. 'Prosper, 307 East Fifth
The regulsr meeting of the Woman
Suffrage rlau will be Friday evening
at headquarters room 423 Lee Huck-
ins. It will be in the nature of a drill
for the workers, conducted by Mrs.
Ma Porter 13ojer and Mrs. Adelia O.
Stephens. More definite arrangements
will bo made for parlor meetings and
street meetings which will begin next
Miss Iris Baughman who has been
very ill at her home in East Sixth
street Is rapidly Improving.
Mrs. Grant Cullimore of West Thir-
teenth street, has gone to Wichita,
Kansas, for a few days visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. McNabb, of
Denver, C3i)lo., are guests of Mr. Mc-
Nfcbb's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
McNabb, of Wost Eighth street.
A parlor meeting for woman suf-
frage will be held with Mrs. Struble,
1804 West First Street, Friday after-
Mrs. M. A. Cahn and children of
718 East Fourth street, leave today
for San Antonio, Houston, Cameron
and Marlin, Texas, to spend the sum-
Mrs. E. B. Blanton of Gainesville,
Texas, is a guest of her sister, Mrs.
L. C. Kone, of the Vera Flats.
Mrs. O. P. Sturm. Mr and and Mrs.
O. G. Bantley and Mrs Cora D. Ham-
mett left this morning for St. Louis
to attend the first national conven-
tion of the American Woman's league.
Mrs R. M. Campbell of this city wa^
elected president of the Annual Home
Mission Conference of the M. E.
church, South, held in Ada, Okla., on
.Tune 2 to 6. Other delegates who
accompanied Mrs. Campbell froir Ok-
lahoma City were: Mrs. W. P. Da-
mon and Mrs. Barrett of St. Lukes'
church; Mrs. Rownn of Capitol Hill
and Mrs. W. H. Rouse and Mrs. R.
K. Triplett, of St. John's church; Mrs.
Moss Alexander attended as a visitor.
The officers elected for the ensuing
year are: Mrs. R M. Campbell, . ,esl-
dent; Mrs. C. P. Shnun. first vice
president; Mrs. W. P. (Jill, second vice
president; Mrs. J. C. Fowler, corres-
ponding secretary and Mrs. R. K. Trip-
lett, superintendent of press and lit-
erature. The next annual meeting
will be held in Mangum.
At o meeting of the Ad club at the nooa
hour today In the Chamber of Commerce
rooms. U. F. Cole, J. M. Hill, 11. C. .Slur-
tin. A. B. Welti, J a me.s F. Keesbeu and
Won B. Prather. member* of the club uud
well known local advertising m«n, respond-
ed to a cull for volunteer* to address the
State Hetallers' association In brief talks
during the three Uavn' session of tbut or-
ganization here on June _'l to 23.
Thene talks by practical advertisers will
be a valuable feature' to the visiting mer-
chants. especially from the smaller towns
and cities, where most merchants must
write their own advertisements.
The club also took initial steps to-
ward arranging a mid-day luncheon for
Ellis L. Howlund. noted advertising ex-
pert of Battle Creek. Mich, who will de-
liver one of the principal addressee before
j ttie state retailers.
Another matter considered was that of
I a delegation to represent the local club
at the national convention of Associated
j Advertising Clubs of America, in Omaha.
July 18-U. It Is the hope to send a special
1 car with at least 25 boosters.
COUPLE SING PRAISES
OF THE METROPOLIS
"I want to say right here, before all
these people that Oklahoma City is thj>
liveliest little place I was ever in in all
my life." said H. J. Bumps, an attorney
rrom Denver, as he stood in a crowd of
men in, the lobby of the Lee-llucklns ho
tel. "I have visited many places in my
time and never have I had such a good
time in two days a| I have had right
here. I will have nothing to say but the
hest for Oklahoma City when I go back,
and I Intend to come back here again next
Hugh H. Martin, cashier of the Union
Trust company of Milwaukee, was In <>k
lahoma City today. "Let me tell you one
thing." he said. "I was born In Okla-
homa. but not in Guthrie, and I have a
friendly feeling for the old state. Kveii
though I do not live In Oklahoma City.
I consider It to be the best place on the
United States map. Every time I come to
Oklahoma. I do not think I have made a
visit until I have seen your wonderful
city. I was never so surprised In nil my
life as I wns when I arrived here yester*
dav F hardly knew this was the little
Oklahoma City of last year."
W. J. PETTEE & CO.
PHONE P. B. X. 94. 121-123 MAIN STREET.
The Hardware Store
HE'S SUING WIFE WHO
PACKED UP AND LEFT
Alfred Winston today filed a suR
tn the district court for divorce from
Mary E. Winston. The couple was
married at Ardmore, Okla., July 6,
He alleges that she has treated him
with great cruelty ever since their
marriage, has cursed him repeatedly,
and that on January 1, 1910, sho packed
up and left whHo he was at work
nnd took all the money in the house
In the superior court Pauline Sha
ver filed a suit for divorce from Jo-
seph Shaver. The couple was married
at Antler, Wis., April 25, 1903. She
alleges he abandoned her after seven
months and has not lived with her
DIVORCE PLEA DENIED;
NOW SHE'S SUING AGAIN
Mrs. Justine Plttmer. who.* plea for a
divorce fro<u t". P. IMttmer was denied by
Superior Judge A. N. Munden two mouths
ago, has filed another suit for divorce lu
the same court.
She again alleges cruelty, giving spe
clfic Instances. t)n May 27 she charges
that her husband hit her under the eye.
having a black mark for a week and
that on the same day he threw hot coffee
in her face. For this latter act IMttmer
wns fined In police court.
One-half off on all patterns and
trimmed hats; one-third off on all
untrimmed shapes. Mrs. B. D. Knox,
600 W. 8th. 1-6
It stands to reason that The Dally
Pointer is more thoroughly read than any
other city paper—because how many peo-
pie will bny a paper when they can get
one like The Dally Pointer free?
This Handsome Lamp
= FREE =
To every purchaser
of $30.00 worth of
Fixtures we will pre-
sent free of oharge,
one of these very
Lamps. Of course,
these Lamps cost
considerably, but to
prove that all our
claims for supremacy
has been and is still
undisputed, both re-
gards perfect work
ard quality material,
we make this most
We are contrecto i
for Electrical work
and construction of
all kinds, whether It
be in a private home
or a factory-
The largest stock
of Electrical Fix-
tures, etc., in the
THE FIRM WITH THE LARGEST STOCK
S.W. ELECTRICAL CO.
115 NORTH HARVEY 8T.
WILLE NAMES 'EM NO FIRE ALARMS
ALTHO' EMPLOYER IN 52 HOURS HAS
DENIES WALKOUT BROKEN RECORDS
SHAWNEE FIRM WANTS
$4,500 IN DAMAGE SUIT
C. C. Quinlan and H. A. Foster, com-
posing the firm of C. C. Quinlan & Co.,
of Shawnee, today brought a $4,500
damage suit against the American
Hank Brokers' association of Okla-
The allegations are that on May 14,
this year, the defendants wrote them
a letter in which they offered to sell
them 500 shares of the capital stock
of the Oklahoma Life Insurance com-
pany for $5,000.
They allege that they Immediately
telegraphed^ an acceptance of the of-
fer. but say the stock has not been
delivered. They now claim that while
the par value of the stock, at which
price K was offered to them, was on-
ly $10, it was in reality worth $19 a
SHE SUES FOR PROPERTY
Marcel Wllle, organizer for the Journey-
men bakers, denies the statement made
yeslenlny at I lie Vale bakery that none
of its men went out when the strike wns
cnlled May 1. Wllle declares that Charles
Warner, foremnn In the bread department,
walked out as did also A. O. Volk, fore-
man of the CaltS division of the Yale
hakeshop. The latter returned to work
May 253. Walter Smith, a helper ou bread,
who struck. Wllle says. Is now working
In i lie Home bakery.
Wllle went up to Guthrie yesterday to
«ee Labor Commissioner Daugherty about
the allegation that the Vale shop adver-
tised for ten men In a St. Louis German
paper %ltliout stating in the advertise-
ment that a strike is on here. The fine
for such an offense may be $300 to $1,000
snd rrom a month to a year In prison
or both Daugherty told Wllle to get tlie
letter from the newspaper ordering the
insertion of the advertisement, which Vale
says he knows nothing about.
"I'm not hunting any controversy In
print.'' said Wllle this morning, "but when
the time comes I'll be there with the evi-
c. F. Davis who represents the em-
ployers. says nothing new has developed
In the strike situation from the master
bakers' point of view. They are standing
"I talked with Flnrry Vale about tho
alleged advertisement In n Kt. Louis Her-
man newspaper," said Mr Dnvls, "and
he was much surprised when he heard
the want ad had been Inserted. I learn
also that a similar advertisement wns In-
serted In n Kansas City dally by un
In 52 hours there has been no fir*
alarm turned In and the department has
not heen out on a run. This Is the long
est period the fire department has idled,
for more than eight months.
For awhile the last two months there
were times when the department was cal-
led out on an average of four cnlls a dny.
i.ft ween May 7 and May H the department
made 12 runs In 12 hoyrs, the blggent
record yet. Two of these, uowever, were
Kachel Weltlauf today filed a suit for
possession of property from Kate W.
1 Campbell In the district court. Mrs. Welt-
lauf says she Is the equitable owner and
entitled >> possession or lots 1 und .2 block
.'I. In La born addition, the north 40 reet
of lots 17, 18, 10. 20. 21 and 22 In block
of I'nlverslty addition, and lots 31 and
:;'l in block 3d of Higgins Heights addi-
tion to Oklahoma City.
She avers that Kate W. Campbell claims
some right and interest in the premises
nnd asks for a Judgment In her favor for
the recovery of said property a|id posses
QUIET'S TITLE TO SITE
OF HERSK0W1TZ BLOCK
Want ads are taken until eleven o'clock
dal'y for the afternoon Issue of The Dallv
Pointer, offices 220 W. Grand, opposite
the Overholser theater.
Thursday and Friday
At Miller's—Where "Price Is Paramount/'
Everybody demands value nowadays. It's the "universal
cry." Value may consist in (1) Savings. (2) Service. (3) Qual-
ity, or all these qualifications combined. You always find the
"Price Is It Store" ready to do you a lot of good for your1
money. And we will say—the American idea—"The most for
the least money"—will be easily realized in the extraordinary
and matchless bargains we put forth Thursday and Friday.
Unusual Values in Handsome Corset Covers
Our muslin underwear department will abound in many Thursday
and P"riday bargain opportunities that we do not advertise. For
matchless values in undermtislina, visit Miller's Thursday and Friday.
69c Corset Covers in the latest and most attractive styles go at . .68c
98c Corset Covers in the latest and most attractive styles go at . ,68c
$1.18 Corset Covers in the latest and most attractive styles go at ..75c
$1.38 Corset Covers in the latest and most attractive styles go at . .98c
68c Sheets Selling at 49c
Friday Afternoon 3 to 5 o'Clock.
Excellent Sheets, measuring
72x90 inches. Exceptional values
at regular price of 68c, but Fri-
day afternoon from 3 to 5 o'clock
we will sell them at the A
remarkably low price of TOO
3 to 5 o'Clock Friday p. m.
Summer Foulards Special
Friday Morning 9 to 12.
9 to 12 o'Clock Friday Morning,
These handsome Foulards com)
In the most attractive summer
patterns and retail at 25c yard
regularly, r riday norning fror\
9 to 12 o'clock we place them
i;ale..for....10 Yds. 98c
"Linweave" Special for Thursday and Friday
Another handsome assortment of that popular white material, coming
In beautiful cross bar patterns and plain white. This collection em-
braces a large quantity of this favored dress material D j qq
and Is now on sale, ten yards for ^ I , JU
Extra Specials From Our Hosiery Department
25c Gauze Lisle Hose 18c
Coming in all popular colorings
and they are those sheer kind
that are so popular. This is an
exceptionally fire 25c 1 Qr
value, on sale at I Oli
50c Gauze Lisle Hose 37c
These excellent Hose oome in
black only. They are constructed
very substantially from lisle
thread rnd sell regularly
at 50c. Sale price
Always Watch Miller's Windows for Values
Mayor Scales ilsued this proclama '
"Pursuant to a resolution passed
unanimously by the city council Mon-
day evening, June h, ldio, i, Henry
M. Scales, mayor of the city of Okla
homa City, do hereby declare Satur-
day. June 11, 1910, a holiday and all
city offices will be closed for the pur-
pose of permitting all city officials
and cky employes to lend their sup-
port in the capital election."
Real Estate nd rate, each issue per word 1c I er.
COMMON AND FACE PAVER8
CEMENT AND LIME.
J. B. Garrison & Co.
Drs. L. M. Doss and E. E.
Heflin, Dentists, have dissolved
partnership. Dr. Doss will give
all of his patients personal at-
tention in the future. 12ltf
When advertising jret with the paper
people are reading It's The Dally Point-
LETTER CARRIERS MEET
Ijoeal member* of the National Federa-
tion of letter t'nrrlers held a meeting:
Inst night In the Haltlmorc hulldlng. about
lb being present. President J. A. Walsh
A report wan made by the committee
that had been to the state convention In
The main feature of the convention wm
bettering the mall service at the present
time and In the future. In this respect
the carriers nsk the public to Install a
mall box on the outside of houses.
District Judge George W. (Hark yester-
dny Issued an order to quiet the title of
six Inches of property at the corner of
Urand and Broadway, where the 11! story
llerskowlts building Is being erected.
COOLER WEATHER COMING
Old General Humidity Is changing bis
name to Oeneral Nuisance this week.
Hut there Is hope.
I'he weather man «oes the cooler weath-
er coming and partly cloudy and un-
settled conditions for tonight nnd tomor-
row l'osslbiy there will be another show-
The western part of the state Is prom-
ised cooler wgdther by tomorrow, sure
The temperature in Oklahoma City for
III.' I hours ending at * n in todgv :iver
ured degrees. In Ardmore It wns up to
1 3 The maximum temperature In okln
homa «'ity today Is S7 denn'c* ten degrees
lower than the high mark this year.
SCALES PARDONS PIERCE
Mayor Scales today pardoned C. P.
Piorce. who was fln«'.l last night by
Judgo Hlghley. Attorney Heatty Inter-
ceded for the man who was given the
maximum sentence of and costs
Pierce was arrested by the police
yesterday on a charge of soliciting for
Marcus La Mar
Better known as the Boy Medium, ta-
mou* European clairvoyant and mystic
•eer. Different from all others, recognised
by press, public and the foremost scien-
tists as the leader of his profession: Lo-
cated at bit private home, 13 West fourth
street, brtwern tlroadway ami *anta 1>
railroad.. Hours 10-8 dally. Closed Sun-
J'hts Inspired prophet of modern times,
master mind of < lalrvoyance and exponent
of honest, fearless and clean cut niedlurn-
shlp extends to (.ue and all a cordial In-
vitation to call and test him to your
heart's content, and you will depart more
than convinced that there is at least one
reliable medium In your midst. If you are
separated from the one you love, or In
trouble from any cause consult him at
once. Would you like to marry quickly V
I)o you contemplate any Important chnn'ge
In business? If so honor this famous me-
dium with a visit I'he innermost serrets
of your life nre like the pages of an open
booi; to this highly cultured European gen
tleman. There is uo secret hidden from
this man's \lston, no mystery he can not
divine Never once a question Is asked
Crowded parlors, grand results and above
all reasonable chafes «t>eak for itself
Iteud following testimonial: "The editor
or the Peril 1 igaro suvs: "Strangely
fat<'nnllD|; nre the words that come
from the cultivated Hps of rrefssior
Marcus La Mar. a most Inspiring me-
dium; he certalMy has tho power to look
far away Into the dark and mysterious
future" The London limes says: "Mar
cu* La Mar in a strange man. but a
child of natures greatest gift" Clyde
lltch, famous American playwright, says
"Professor La Mar Is a gentTeiu.iu ' of
rare abllttv; his powers border on the
Can You Imagine
The untold number of insurance policies that
are being carried today for the protection of the
wife, children and estate?
Can You Imagine
The condition of your wife, children and estate
six months after your death? Whether you can
or cannot, it does not cost anything to investi-
gate our perfect protection policy which contains
special benefits and desirable features not com-
bined in the policies of other companies.
Money invested in life insurance is money saved.
You can't get it any younger, so do it today.
The Oklahoma National Life Ins. Co.
OKLAHOMA CITY, U. S. A.
"A Home Company for Home People"
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