Oklahoma Leader (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 62, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 26, 1921 Page: 3 of 8
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LEADER'S HOME PAGE
WHAT A DIFFERENCE 100 YEARS MAKE!
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T% *aj>le 7600
Complimentary to Miss Margo GUI
and Mrs. Albert Harris of Louisville, |
Kentucky, the house guests of Mrs. i
Jack Gill of 412 West Twenty-third
street, Mrs. J. E. Sainborn of lbJii ,
West Eighth street entertained with
a 10 o'clock luncheon In her home
Tuesday. The guests were Mrs
Ward Samples, Mrs. Howard Hunt-
ley, Mrs. Harry Schoenleln, Mrs. Roy Illustrated by Neva Harrison.
Samples, and Mr.. Dick Richard,. M(||h,r „nkne(>d., ( h||dr(.n.
The employes of the Paramount "Oh, dear!" sighed Mother Milk-:
Film Corporation gave a surprise | weed, as several of her restless seed
party Saturday evening for Mr. and'babies Jumped into their little air-,
Mrs. Sam Drunk of 1102 West Sev- 'ships and sailed away in the bright
enth street, who will leave In the : sunshine. Here I am white haired,
near future for Dallas, Texas, where , and before I know It I'll be child- j
they will make their future home less."
The rooms were attractively deco- , "What's that? How's that?" asked
rated in hallowe'en colors and a ^jUy VOjcei an,i Mama Hoppy Toad
tilted herself on the tip-top of a |
stone and looked up at the white-
haired little mother. "What's wrons (
autumn leaves. After an informal
evening a dainty buffet luncheon was
served. Among those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wheeler. Mrs. W. I with you and your head?
Walker, the Misses Allle Roark, Ma-
rie Stress. Marie Brass, Marean
Bowers, Margaret Brunk. and Mar-
garet Taylor, the Messrs. Morris
LowenBtetn, F\ C. Freeman. Ted
Wolford, Bert Smith,
luring Kftrmenti< are effective In •
j A—These Garments may be beneficial ^
j in selected caaes ^
| H. H. Q—Are raw clams flavored g
I with ketchup g « d for the health?
A Clnms are not harmful, hut ketch* §
up should not be U*®d In your condi- =
t.ihi. All condiment* a«re injurloui
such cases as you mention.
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= | "You're ;i wi/,, Mrtiite. I knew
Z wanted something but I hadnj
Ij brains enough to find out what
= was. Now I know it's a cup of youl
MY MARRIAGE PROBLEMS
Adcle Garrison's New Phase of
Revelations of a Wife
Casrrtckt. 1111. br r«tto
= I lit my tiny canned-heat contriv^
|j inc. put my doll-sized kettle ove
= the blaze, brought out my tea ser\j
tllUIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIHIIIinilllllllllllllllllllllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllinilllllllllllHIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIItllllllHIIIUIIIIlim w huh^houi^Uu''Mr«.°Co^rror kepi
he a) Uicky "Slied I p" lie** i ean she is. in many respects. Mighty easy me supplied. And when the watefl
1 think tblTf is DO f tiling iWMtll tO look at. bright, keen, unusually hnd hulled and the tea was freshl;|
A. M. Q—Will you please tell me if
(i,,.rm> (, i ton Who ipeeUliM in hair
and seftlp trtiimwt and tihder What to a wile than the knowledge that mod talker, game tor anythlnK nut. lnewed. w« settled down as we hll
headh s ure the> it i -d? her husband is her champion even In say. what's the mutter with her She ,ione so many times before, to thai
little things, that in juvenile par- ^ets on my nerves Now I can tell, most potent of tennnlne nervi .oothj
are known •
.... nervous troubles and In what way.
2—1m tincture of Iron good juid how
cthouhl It be taken?
A Much siwclaHsts^M^you mention lanC(S_h() ls „on Uer )n aay j any nlan (.aIli that she Isn't really at- | ers, a cup of tea.
... controversy. It more husbands un traded in the least by yours limy, "Now you maj ipttk." I laugh
q—win kindly adviss mk dmtood 'his lemnniie quirk tan—d >••' ehe manatee alwayi to rope me ;is we finished our third cop and thI
If the violet ray treatment is of assuming* as so in.my of thtBI ap alOB|lidl WblO thin'l any BtUIlt |.,st crumb Of < ak• \\ hat"s on J'oui
pear to do, that the wife's side of a going on What's the answer? alleged mind?' as Dicky says."
contest must be the wrong side, the This time he stopped short and
divorce mill. 1 like to l.incy. would looked at mo expectantly. Lawyers and others whose bus
A—Yes. u>.' scientific violet raj treaty lum. m;tny liUv boms. MY0U have summed up her quail- ness it is to find missing heirs tj
ment in often ,l,ou ' There was a warm little rush to ties wonderfully," I said slowly, "ex unclaimed fortunes declare th
'Ti??*" uto i^Vr^Mron unless my heart at Dicky's recital of the < ept in one thing. Bess t)ean isn't women are much more difficult
your doctor has prescribed It for you. wuy he bad circumvented Hess game for everything, that is. she , trace than men owing to their chan
• • • Dean's petty attempt to purchase a plays the game everywhere but with i of name at marriage. They ai
K. M. Q—What effects would th® pajr 8neakers for me two sizes other women. There she lets her however, more ready to keep up cc
too large. Impetuously 1 put my | ruling passion vanity—get the bet- , respondence with girl friends
cannot bear t« see It
"Everything," sighed Mother Milk-,
weed. "Here I've lived In this mea-
dow land for three long months, and
raised a family, and here now when
j my useful days are over and my head ;
_fJ °'naB i id white, my children all fly away
Kelley, Tom Bailey; Harry ^lneber ; (rom mer-
ger, Tom Wineberger and F. C. '
Sparks. Mr. Brunk left Saturday: e • ° * n^' [miss in more ways than one.
nlKht for Dallas. Mrs. Tr.-v ard I Mama Hoppy Toad. Then she ob-1 a cent arc shown by Miss nances Halllday. dressed In a costume
daughter Margaret, will leave within ,rPri ,lown and sighed. But my lot I, lg21 an<] Mjss Dorothy whltmore, dressed In her ultra-modern street
isn't any bt;. ?r." ♦ | costume
"But your chili.-en don't take such
silly notions into their heads," said
Mother Milkweed. ' Who ever heard
of a Hoppy Toad flying?"
What effecU woul
sun produce on an uncovered head?
A If the ul„ ,w.n,i head in exposed arms around his neck, pulled down tor of her. She cannot bear to sc. ,beir youthful day . and they ofte(
to tho rays oi the sun long enough, the Jlit. ^ to ;mii kissetl him. any admiration addressed to another have cause to bless these old re
wine there is
what woman, even when the person prof-
, "1 know It's silly to
in mis practice. ^ I Ue I wear," I said, "but it was ferlng It Is the other woman's hus-
i. A. J Q—For the pant five year* awfully dear of you to—" band. There are lots of women like
. been troubled with rheumatism | ..j)ear nothing!" Dicky rejoined, her. There isn't any real harm in
V1"* L PhIi.PreWUo7.nJ tws8hirt 'kissing me warmly, "if you think her. but I can't explalln It-she
e ,ot oma ° whRt lhal daughter of wicked wiles is gets on my nerves, too."
!«,„ .« to utui i> anything like that j "in other words, she's a goat-get-
membrances. Their friends have pu
much. Please ad"
to do j going to stage
'and get away with it while I in ter." Dicky stretched his arms, I
A—Tour trouble may n« be due to d have another think com- yawned, und I knew the discussion
ESTiSEJ Lt\reS„.u,ri or ling, that's all. And while we re was nt an end. "But she isn't goins |
thoped 1st regarding your condition, and about jt let nie issue another old to- to attach my nanny or yours after i
I let him advise you what to do in re" | nia^0 can> 'i'his fool fishing excur this evening. What tonight will bring |
We'll say the girl of 100 years ago "had something on" the modern sard to treatment ^ # si()n tonlght is the last stunt— FOS forth, the Lord only knows."
I)R. NORA LOVELL
r h I ro praetor
Office Hour* t< IS a.m.—2 to p.r
inc.. H est Mais fltrsel
oh I.A HO >1 A TITY
The changes Dame Fashion has decreed
a few days.
The Leoneed Rebekah lodge will
hold Its regular meeting in the I. O.
O. F. hall Thursday evening.
The Ladies' Auxiliary 61 to the
Union Carpenters and Millmen will
entertain informally at the hall,
220% North Robinson avenue, Thurs-
day evening. A program of music
and readings is promised.
Friends of Mrs. H. D. Gothauer of
J520 West Thirty-fourth street are
?lad to learn that she is recovering
from a slight illness.
Mrs. Arthur Yates of 718 West
Twenty-fifth street was to entertain | than you are." she replied, wiping
with a Hallowe'en party Wednesday | her eyes with her leaf hand. "At least
WHY REGULAR SLEEP
"Who ever heard of a Milkweed
child walkirtg or running or hop-
ping?" retorted Mama Hoppy Toad. I
"But even at that you're better off
than I have been. Why, I've never
even so much as seen any of my chil-
Mother Milkweed opened her eyes
wide and shook her head in aston-
ishment. She had never heard of
the like before.
"Well, if you've never seen your
children, I'm that much better off
The Needle Craft club met Wed-
nesday afternoon with Mrs. C. D.
Anderson of 323 East Park place.
Mrs. R. D. Wood of 530 West Cal-
ifornia avenue has returned from
Hobart, where she spent a couple of
weeks as the guest of her brother
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry J. Wagner.
The Junior League of the Epworth
£1. E. church south, gave a tacky
party at the church Tuesday even-
ing. The members of the church
will give a reception In the church
parlors Wednesday evening for th6 ;
"Well, of All Things!*1
MAKES HARD WORK EASY
By ROYAL S. COPELAND, M. D.
Commissioner of Health. New York City.
Yesterday the mayor of a great city responded to
my congratulations on his fine physique and good
health by saying:
"I believe I could stoop and lift from the floor a
man weighing a hundred and fifty pounds, and I haven't
taken a real vacation in eighteen months."
It is a rare man who lives such a life that he is
always in line health, always confident of himself and
always ready for any emergency.
It isn't remarkable that such a man can be. It is
remarkable merely that in these days of hurry and
stress there is left a man who lives as he should.
_ Acute illness is invariably the fault of the victim
dr. copkuand It may be welj that lhe time will come when men will
be arrested and fined for contract-^ Jj"r jx" r r r
ing illness. We punish children for ; inands you should give your very
breaking the rules of conduct, why best service.
not punish grown persons who wil- j Fathers and mothers, and prospec-
j fully and persistently violate the j five fathers and mothers are unkind
! rules of health? and unjust to the coming generation
Old Adage Still liood. if the>' 8UP tlieir vitality, undermine
i „ , I their nervous systems, ruin their
Perhaps the most common fault of
.««• .w ^ nr ihn good-nature and break down the
modern life is the desecration of the * nltU.r K„
,, ,itt . ,irr, in foundations of healthy by using for
evening hours. Ordinarily, I am in-1 . „ ,
••line,I to sneer at "the good old extravagan living the hours God
times. " In general, we live tar bet- | n"Lde f°r ""P1".?
ter lives than did our grandparents,
and. certainly, the span of life has
i increased during the last half-cen-
tury. But in one respect we have
, We have lost faith in, or at least
What is the hem first-aid 1-TlVli-LY, with a long 'I'—that l| He strolled away, and I sat quietly
treatment in u . ase of diphtheria? I share with your toxy friend. I'll go I for a few minutes, idly wondering I
, , ! through with the thing tonight till what Bess Dean would say If some
qufr7,D^rme,nc„r.u."uon and can .he lust canine Is electrocuted, hut '•power the gift wad gle" her to hear
not be treated by a layman. j nothing more dlding in this direction. | Dicky's strictures. Lillian s soft call
... 1( s)le iioesn't vamoose. I'm going to at the door roused me. and 1 wel-
MRS. D A s. Q—The whites of my j , audden wire and beat it till I comed her gladly.
'erv - -i
•Oh, don't do that. Dirty!" I im
We Pay Highest Prices For]
Ship us n can. or write for prices, j
WHITE HOUSE DAIRY
hat will cure It
2—My urine. If
tviMii cunt and me | , . ( ,i
What cftUHfin thl* trouble and ybe s gone.
nr it- i 441 (an I
ved to stand
iedy for i
You'll think I've taken leavi
the little sense that's left me." she
said whimsically, "when I tell you
had odor piored. "She only has a few days j my errand."
more •• | Til promise not to judge you too
I "(iin't help it," he declared lnex- i harshly," I laughed, drawing a chair
r eyes are yel-lorably. "Me—I have spoke!" He ! up near my low table. "Suppose we
lly have a liver | Btruc|, himself theatrically on thi gel real devilish anil have ii cup of
'D'ye remember old Betty'- ■ ■■ ■■
A—If the whiten of y
low In color you undoub
condition. Consult your doctor f«
2—Also have your urine examined and 'slogan? 'Enough am enough, but dis
submit the report to your doctor, who am gumpin else again!'"
will prescribe treatment if necessary j ..j remember," I said, laughing in
spite of myself at his Imitation of
old servitor. "But I wish—"
Don't do it," he interrupted. "Save
your breath. What the devil do you j
L G. MRNKE CO.
Buy of the makere.
Rubber and Steel Stamps, Sten- I
ells. Seals, Stamp Supplies, eta ]
820 W. Main—Walnut «4«0
P. M. Z. Q—Will you kindly tell ....
how I can break my little boy of the Ldlllan a
habit of puttinfc hin fingers in bis mouth?
—Paint the child's fingers with tinc-
ture of asafoetlda. This will help to
break him of this habit.
H. R. A—Kindly send a self-ad-
dressed. stamped envelope for full par-
ticulars and restate your question.
L. C. A—Kindly send a self-ad-
dressed, stamped envelope for full par-
ticulars and re-state your question.
Mrs. J. W. Brewster of 2B19 North
Western avenue had as her guest at
1 o'clock luncheon Monday, Mrs. W. j ,tn hour n( siect, i,efore midnight is
F. McAtee and her house gueBt Mrs j "And a lovely lot of children you worth two hours after."
F. J. Goellner of Wentvllle, Mo. Mrs. have, too," chirped a merry voice, Tl]1, pub|i(. ial I have men-
A. G. Hoge, and her guest. Miss and Mr. Chippy Sparrow flew closer ; Uoned goos to bc(, at 9 o ciock. )ie
Maud Hoge of Llnoln, Neb., and Mrs. ! to the two friends. "Why, mother and rarely breaks this life-long practice.
E. L. Fain. j I could hardly wait for them to set As a regult hls stomach is stranger
—' I sail." to tbe unnecessary and lndigestibls
"I'd like to know what good they f00(l 8prv(,(l at mi,lnlghl He has
can do you and Mother Sparrow!" , avolded the bad air of many evening
gatherings. He has time for reading,
Regularity in livhig should be the
j rule and guide of each of us. Regu-
lar hours for sleep, regular hours
j for eating, regular hours for recrea-
] Hon and exercise.
I am not sure but regular evenings
I for church, "parties" the lodge,
we do not follow the old adage t at tkeaters or m0vies should be the pro-
suppose alls that girl, anyway?
pulled me down beside him on a j
settee, rolled himself a cigaret and
lit it. I saw that he was in a re- |
flective mood, so I did not interrupt
his train of thought with an answer,
for I knew he neither needed nor
"I used to think Bess Dean a
Dr. Copeland will answer for read-1 mighty attractive girl." he said, "and
ers of thts paper questions on medical. '
hygienic and sanitation subjects that aro
of general Interest. Where the subject
letter Is such that It cannot be pub-
lished in this column. Dr. Copeland will,
when the question is a proper one, write
you personally if a self-addressed,
stamped envelope Is enclosed. Address
ALL INQUIRIES to Dr. K. S. Copeland.
In care of this office.
ww x/ v />/\/\ rv
I Do Not Experiment I
"Why Do We Say'
croaked Mrs. Hoppy Toad. "You
-BALANCE OF POWER." <-an't Mt ,h™' ran ynu" Hotter than all the rest, he se.s his "'~f .
When we speak of "Balance of "Not if We Can f""1 somethin« family and they have the benefit of
When we apeak of Balance^ of #1,e „ laughed Mr. chippy Sparrow. c^panlonshlp. Then, as the day
'"But we always watch where they follows nipht. ,be natural and
ways watch where thoy
connection with politics.
We then have In mind a MM" alr,hlp8 for them nfter tb(ty nsht
party, or a number of smal parties )You kn,)W they Renerally grow
which were they to combine with
sail to, then we take charge of their evitabie result of such a life is good
one of the larger political organiza-
tions, would make its victory certain
A siimlar use Is made of the ex-
pression in connection with our leg-
Ulature where It happens at times a | hlU|.hed'"yr" chip"pv
few men are able to force certain
measures because both the large po-
litical factors are anxious to use this
small voting strength in order to
Some one will say:
"I'd rather die a few years earlier
than lead such a stupid life."
gram. Perhaps breakfast may be a
little later the following morning to
make up somewhat for the loss of
sleep. Since most of us sleep later
on Sundays, Saturday night might be
one of the evenings given over to
Let no one take advantage of these ,
views to excuse laziness in the morn- j f
inir Too much sleep is almost an ^ Walnut 4^69 Maple 0700
health standpoint at ^ /"v / VXX./X / V/\/\j
too little. Every one ought to work
and work hard. Hard work and long
hours of work will hurt no one.
After you have given eight hours of
Electrical Wiring and tixture ^
^ work should be done skilled f
/ mechanics only. We guarantee ^
S all our work and materials to /
/ be first class. w
( Kruger Electric Co. )
DO fUO DKPKND ON
FOUR EYES FOB A LIVING 1
Most men and women do. With
out your eight you could not earn
much. Don't neglect that which
means t>o much to you. _ Wear
Friends of The Leader
When in Oklahoma City stop at
T11E EGBERT HOTEL
- In the heart of the city.
—Cosy, comfy and reasonable.
—Just the piaee tor tolks who
work for a living.
FliEI) HOLT and
DAVID J. DAMS
Dr. J. CL Srwin
19 North Broadway
where they fall on the ground."
"Grow!" exclaimed Mother Milk-
weed in astonishment. "Grow, did
you say?" \ ^ a matter of fact, one of the first
"Certainly, that's what I said! ruiea 0f good health is to avoid mo-
Sparrow. "Of ' not^uy. In the human body are many
course they grow. The airships mus'cies. It never was intended that
you've been complaining about they we gil0uld use one muscle or one set
only use them to travel to a proper of Inusries to the neglect of all th<
gain the majority in a balloting con-
Originally, the term was appliedTMilkweed.
to European politics only, where
shrewd diplomacy determined the
j place to build their own castles just rrst when one muscle is overused
j like yours.' becomes lame and sore. This i3
"Well, of all things!" exclaimed Wbat monotony does to a muscle.
labor to your employer, you should
he good for several hours of hard
work in your garden, for your church
I or for the good of your community
I sympathize with this view. too. j or to lmprove younielr
j It should be the ambition of every
one to wear out and not rust out.
! The wonderful thing about it is that
live the regular sort of life I am
describing we may work as hard as
we like and yet will not wear out or
Like the mayor I spoke of you can
lift a heavy weight, carry all your
Continuous demands made upon ,
ous nations ho that none would be
able to disturb the balance.
of a possible combination between !
them over the head of Greece and restless
thus established a so-called "balance
of power" which insured peace tor
I health, firmly resting it upon the
j foundation of regular sleep.
ently I had my clas^a
uffer from eye-ntrain.
eye« examined for mus-
as well as for vision,
e cause of your trouble.
thinking they were wasting their j thr^n'seTf' smelTby the""eon 7ant j °wn burd™a' hplp *'«W and thriv
„ „m,„, strength or vari ,lme BailtnS Hroun(l' You know- on''e repetition of some particular odor *m ,onl5, ,a,ke ™re of your
respective military strength of ,art- out of my „0U(ie non, haa evcr r,. ln exhauatlon anJ re£us;„ I
turned to tell me his adventures, so thp Ilerve to respond to this par-
_ 11 JU8t supposed they were idling ticular smell. This is what monot-
Europe, however, did not originate ly (helr tjme gaUlng around.„ ' (|ora ([) & nerye
this idea of keeping the ships of stat "Then I don't suppose you know iodine a narrow, restricted,
on even Keels. i whfit becomes of their balloons or P;easureless. eventless life leads to! . „
Ia*DC}entda}Pl * J- airships- laughed Mr. fhippy Spar- inBanjtv. That is what monotony
and Thebes, always held the threat ; row Mother Milkweed shook her jopR J the mind This may
gray head, and se\eral more of her w'e do not produce all-around de-j
seed babies sailed away on j velopment if our lives are too simple. —I—ili—L1' "pl. s T .m* 1T rui "
the breeze. "Why. we birds love i There must be variety. Certainly I / 1 ^
them to line our nests!" there must be recreation and amuse-
"My goodness!" laughed Mother ,nerlf
not nine or UfAl CC TH Milkweed, wiping tearb of joy from My pjea that these amusements
rnllMLt Ur WALto IU her eyes. "I'm glad to know that, for shall be sano and that their repe.
START TRIP TO INDIA 1 thought I had lived in vain tition shall not be dangerously fre-
______ | Mr. ( hippy Sparrow chirped mer- qUent you must choose between ex-
rlly and sailed away, and Mama travagance in pleasure and reputa-
Hoppy Toad hopped on down to the tjon for honest service. You cannot
edge of the pond, while Mother Milk- indulge in the former without sacri-
weed, with a happy laugh, opened fj0jnK the latter. It is humanly im-
her arms and, wishing her need ba- i possible to be "out" every night till
bies good luck, she sent them flying ( mj(inight or later without neglect-
LONDON, Oct 26.—(By U. P.) —
The Prince of Wales left London this
noon for Portsmouth, where he will
embark ln the Renown upon a 25,000
vokage to India.
King George and Queen Mary ac-
companied the heir to Victoria sta-
on the breeze.
| ing duties for which you are paid.
' and to which common honesty de-
fthy Pay K.ore?
Our recommendation to you
Ten jears in bu.tineHtt at
the same old uddret s.
People s (leaning Co.
J. K. MOOKL. I'rop.
Phone U. 6H82. 4ttt W. Fifth St.
lake Home a Souvenir of
We have the latest and the finest novel-
ties lor every member of the family.
GENUINE NAVAJO RUGS
INDIAN BEADED BAGS
MOCCASINS and SADDLE BLANKETS
(Direct from the reservation)
INDIAN CURIO SHOP
19 North Sroaaway
Across the Street From the tiuckins Hotel
Exquisite Necessities for
Brushes, Mirrors, C ombs,
Manicure Sets —all the
sweet paraphernalia with
which Milady woos the
Goddess Beauty are now
specially displayed in our
shop, at unusually attrac-
19 N. Broadway
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