Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 195, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 2, 1912 Page: 3 of 8
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TTTK TTLR'A DAILY WOBLD. Til I' If si. V MXT 9 i d 1 9
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RELIEF IS YOURS
Money Back in 30
Days if Not
Sufferers from Eye Ear Nose and Throat Troubles Come to Me and be Cured
Many Tvuaiinj and those near hero suffer from t.
serious disease in tm
lose nar bere suffer from O-called "minor ailments" of the eye ear mse and throat which are in reality insipid I'orenmners of mnli?iiunt maladies which mav result in
'Lf '''t. A BUffhl throat trouble mav develoit into pulloiiinfj " (oiunimntinn A Miavrhal dMsiai ; i.. o. i... ...f .....;... i.... u ... i .' u i
I I ' ix i t ' " 1 " ' j''n in iih m.i-ii U4HJ in ii nun n niiiiiini; i licit r.ii.illll ill (III MOiibKli nti
iunuu veguu i; e; i your vnais and indeed cases oi eatnrrh ot tlie stomach are the result of neglected nasal catarrh. A slight car trouble may reauH i
are always apparent in the early stages of hlindness. Do not neglect so-called minor ajlmentf take them in time and save years of suffering.
in deafness and weak or Infected eyes
REGULAR $i.00 (.LASSES SI. SO. Tnis week imly. Theio iiv in good silver frames fur persons who
wish high glass WViH ' very low cost will find this uti exceptional opportunity.
:."). nn GOLD filled GL ssi:s 2.:u. This week only These Me ot our regular $ . " stock I guar.
antes tin' filling fur 10 years. I UM only high IMdS $lagSI unil give you the benefit of my services in
fitting free. I .-.land back of every pilr.
S".."o HOLD FILLED GLASSES $i.oo. This week only. These are ot i"gh trade -ones usually
charged at $10.00. I he Inimes lire guaranteed for 15 yeurs.
$10.00 GOLD PILLED GLASSES $.i.oo. These are guaran d for It years. They are ih very niftiest
In value both U to flumes and glasses. I si Hid liuck of every pair.
or your glasses?
do you know?
want to know?
It's a pertinent ?
the sensible course-
ascertain the cause
w tan tell you.
'. : j-
Act early in
the week as
GLASSES SOLD AT H M.I PRICK I it ONE WEEK only THE sale ol mj glasses at half prloi
not m any way detraot from their uperloriority and Intrinsic worth. O r my successful forma
Of ndvertislng Is the occasional salt of glasses at hilt price Which I. rings the piitlentH from ull over
the country and thay $11 refer their friends to ma.
EYES TESTED EUEEI My h.ng saperlence as an oauilsl plaCesme In a position to examine the eyea
and properly fit glasess Mutured knowledge aid pro pari) applied solanca assures you satisfaction.
OR J. H. MORGAN
212 1-2 SOUTH MAIN
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Cl MnTiinninTn rn niTnn
tllilloIJi 111 HLItiK
() Morning hours 8 to 9: evening
-hours 4:30 to G. ;
s. I. Mcxsiek c. J. Meaoham William
Lynch. D. O tiillis J. W. Blekford W.
V. Bell and F. E. .Maxwell who was
a special guest of the club.
Mr E. L. Fowler will entertain
the club at their next meeting nt her
home at 811 South Klgin avenue on
'Reason dictates; judgment
Wisdom approves what's
f- I. ove with his dart puts all to
( Laughs unil erases it.
The Kcbekah elnh. as the guest of
Wra Armentrout and Mrs. W. V. Cell.
i n Joyed a detlghttul afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Armentropt Wednesday
afternoon. Spring flowers In profu-
Kii n lent their sweet fragrance and
) retty OotOriHgl to the rooms in which
the guests assembled adding to the
happiness of the occasion.
After a short business session pre-
sided over by Mrs. Mary E. Condon a
couple of Interesting contests afforded
pleasurable entertainment. In the
tirati a mathematical contest Mrs. Ed-
ward Yoder captured the prize n pic-
ture of Mrs. Mary Hansel an honored
member of the club who Is visiting In
Terre Haute tnd Mrs. William
Lynch was given the consolation R
email pl-ture of the club's president
.Mrs. Mary Condon. In a natural his-
lory contest. Mrs. Mary Condon cap-
tured the first prize a pretty hand-
palnted salad dish. Mrs. P. O. Gil-
ii i won the oonaolatlon.
Musi by Mrs. Meacham and Mrs'.
Armstroig was a pleasing feature of
Mrs. E. Is Fowler presented each
of the hostesses with a beautiful May
At 4: SO o'clock a delicious buffet
Irnehi was served to the following
Indies: Meadame B. L. Fowler J.
! Davis Ed Yoder Mary E. Condon
This evening at S o'clock In the au-
ditorium of Kendall college Mrs. Char-
les William Kerr and Mrs. William
l.oward Make pupils of Profesaor Tohn
Knowles Weaver will appear in their
snior piano recital. They will be
assisted by Mrs. Frank Carries so-
prano. The following excellent proi-ram " 111
Con"erto In C Maior (af'Adagio"
(hi "Presto Finale" tWeber)
(s) Valae Chromatlque Op S8 (Qod-
aid) do Romance Op H o. l
(Rubenatetn (c) Holloender'a
Mrs. I lake
Spring Tide (Buck)
()A. D. 1620 The Landing of the
Pllgrams (b) To the Sea Ocean
Thou Mighty Monster (Mac Dow-
ell) (c) Impromptu Op so No.
(a) When Thou Afl Near Me (l.ohr)
(b) Sweetheart (Lynes)
Concerto in D Minor "Allegro
Mr. Weaver at second piano.
O. O. T. club and a number of spe-
cial guests in a charming manner yes-
terday afternoon. The home was
prettily decorated In the club colors
greet) and red and numerous boipiets
Of the season's fairest flowers. High
five the paatlme of the afternoon
held the rapt attention of the guests
urtll late in the afternoon. Mrs. O.
A Stein 'i- raptured the first prize a
hi KutlfUt tea set. The guejt prize a
I ratty n e bowl went to Mrs. Rice
and Mrs. Oroft was given Hie consola-
tion. Mrs. Prink farter of Colllnsvllle a
sister of the hostess was an out-of-town
guest. Mesdamej Lundy Con-
way Ramsey and Fstes were also spe-
cial guests for the afternoon. The
membera present were Mesdlamw
Weldy Blswdrfhi tverson
Btelner Machllng Croft
Hlee and Ervln.
Delicious Ice cream and cake were
served at the conclusion of the game
lending one of the most enjoyable
r-eetlngs of the club.
Mrs. Croft of South Houston ave-
nue will entertain the club at their
Mis. Effle Condron has returned
ifrom Aransas Pass Tex. where sho
spent several pleasant weeks among
friends. Mrs. Condron was a resident
I ol Tulsa ten years ago and has many
friends here who are glad to have her
igaln make Tulsa her home.
Miss Doris Bliss is visiting in Mus-
ki gee for a few days. She aitended
the Hadskl concert last evening.
Numerous theater parties have been
greatly enjoying the production ot
1 "The Woman in the Case" being given
by the North Stock company at the
I Garden theater and the excellent mu-
sic rendered by Prof. Harm's orches
tra each night. Both the music and
the play are well worth hearing and
there are numerous parties being
planned for the balanj." of this week
and the first of next.
The Chaulauiiua Circle will meet
tomorrow afternoon with Mrs. A. D.
Trinity c.uild will meet this after-
noon at 2:30 O'cloctt in the guild room
a' the church.
Mrs. J. M. Gillette will entertain
the membera of he Seraahothlca plub
Mrs. Frank White entertained with
a delightful informal party yesterday
afternoon In honor of Miss Cecelia
Detrleh. who Is to be a May bride.
Kendall Guild will meet with Mrs.
George P Maxey Friday afternoon.
Mrs. Hoy Beeeher of Peeves Apart
ments entertained the members of the 1 aVenue
The Ladles Aid Society of the First
Methodist Episcopal church will meet
lr- circles this afternoon as follows:
East circle wi'h Mrs. J. W. Whitney
1324 Rockiord In Bellvlew addition.
'West circle with Mrs. Lauderback on
i Carson avenue; South circle with Mrs.
W. W. Brodle. 902 So'ith Cheyenne
HAIR SALE LAST DAY
Don't miss this opportunity. Human Hair GrOOdl
Demonstrated and sold by Miss Evelyn of New
York. Retail and wholesale prices. Iast day at
HUNT- RIDDICK CO.
The members of Westminster Hulld
will meet at Third and Main streets
this evening at 7:45 o'clock and go
in a body to Kendall college to attend
the commencement exercises In th
department of music nt the college.
The social planned for this ceil-
ing and which was to have been held
at the home of Mrs. John K. Cleary.
has been postponed for a week.
The Ladles Aid Society of the Bap-
tist church will meet this afternoon
at the home of Mrs. J. W. Dodge
518 North Boston avenue. A good
attendance Is desired.
II If almost Impossible to move a fine piano In cold weather with-
out checking or damaging the case! overcome this by moving In our
padded encloaed moving van that will hold your piano and flva
rooms of furniture at one load. Why not move with the beat for the
money? - .... .
Nichols Transfer and Storage Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd M. Bonn nm
In Pnrkershurg. W. Va . having bean
called there on account of the serious
illness of Mr. Bonn's mother.
Miss Ethel Alexander of Parsons.
Kan. returned to her home yesterday
after a pleasant visit a the home of
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Bliss.
Miss Wllhelmlna Bush left yesterday
morning for a few weeks' visit with
home folks In Fort Scott. Kan.
DISCIPLINARIAN METHODS Alt!
ON Tin: GRILL BEFORE (jt l-
1UENNIAL OONFERESM T..
MINNEAPOLIS May 1. Interest
Is keen among delegates vvn assem
bled to attend the opening here toduy
of the quadrlennial general conference
of the Methodls Episcopal church as
to what action shall be taken oh tne
proposal to change the disciplinarian
rules governing amusements.
The rules prohibits dancing games
ot chance theatre-going circuses and
horse racing as being a tendency to-
The proposition as to its retention
or rejection has been referred to a
Among the arguments advanced In
opposition to retaining the present
rule as given to the committee are:
"It violates Christian freedom.
"It Is source of constant irritation.
"it puts many In an unjust attitude
as disloyal to the church.
"It cannot be enforced.
"As an unenforced law It brings dis-
cipline Into contempt.
"It keeps many conscientious peo-
ple out of the church.
it breeds hypocrisy.
it has not added io spirituality in
Arguments for continuing the rules
"The rule voices prolest Sgnlnst
"Repeal suggests a backward step
"Many will avoid harmful things be-
cause the church objei ts.
cause the Church directs.
'Repeal would be interpreted with
great publicity as Indicating a moral
It was staled It would probably
be several days before the real worlf
of the conference was reached.
Add a little borax to starch a tea-
spoonful io three quarts of starch ;
makes the dollies stlffer and more
1400 North Denver
P. O. Box 512
LAYMAN AND LAYMAN
In fitting glasses.
Rooms 8-9 over
Post ( Ifflce Tulsa.
Okla. Lady Atten-
dant. Phone 2491.
8UGGESTTNQ THE PANNIER
One of the new pannier effects Is
sketched here. The popular opal taf-
feta Is used for the waist and skirt of
the dress and a fitted collar with wide
berths of delicately embroidered net
forms the upper part of the waist.
The bows and girdles are of eetlse
velvet and the draped oversklrt of
green chiffon Is held by similar vel-
vet. The pleatlngs are of the taf-
feta. visit her parents Mr. and Mrs. T. E.
Sisson. Mis Slssoii. who has been se-
riously ill al Guthrie is not home as
yet but is Improving nicely.
The KnightS and Ladles of Security
will meet tonight lit Fraternal hall at
7:30 o'clock. Refreshments will be
Mrs. T. F. Cooper of Atlanta Oa.. Is
visiting her sisters Mm. VV. B. Jones
and Miss Temp Harmon 114 South
POLLACK'S LADIES' TOGGERY
217 SOUTH MAIN
SPECIAL SALE THURSDAY OF MILLINERY
17 Per Cent Off on
the entire line of Mil-
linery. line lot of KoUSS
Oresscs $3.01) value
A big line of Kimo-
nos at 9Xo all colors.
Fifty Linen Skirls
natural and white l-:t
Off regular price.
One lot of serge
Dresses all colors reg-
ular value $9.9S for
1-3 off on all White
Embroidery i tresses
White Serge ttuHN.
One lot of 50c Hose
for 20c from 8 to ll
The ladles aid of the Lutheran
church will meet wlih Mrs. Otto Krae-
nur In Kraemer addition this after-
noon. Ladles can take either i South
Main street car or a Morningslde ear.
Cut Out The
When you want correspondence
you should be able to get it
Instantly. A "V and E" COR-
HKSI'ONDENCK v L I N O
SYSTEM will prove simple
and more efficient than
any other way. In the
course of a year It will
save weeks of time In
your office. Ak us
Phone 1338 207 S.Main
Miss Lillian Syfert teacher of the
fourth grade In the Belleview school
took her pupils and the . hlldren of the
fifth grade to a plonlc yesterday after-
noon to Central I'ark. The children
numbering S5 left the school after
sehoolwork was done and ate their
suppers In the beautiful plot of
Trinity Guild will meet at 2:30
o'clock today In the guild room.
A reduction In some of our choice
Mllllnerv designs to t3 and $5. K and
K Millinery 309 Bliss Hldg. Elevator
Pragg's i hocolates are absolutely
free from adulteration of any nature;
i ontaln no coloring matter and
strange to gay of chocolates there
Is not a piece In the whole line that
con'.alns an artificial flavor tot sale
at Baker Drug Co.
Mrs. Newton Roberts of Ottumwa.
Iowa arrived In Tulsa yesterday to
I 11.00 and $10.00 Hals reduced to ft
'and $5 at K and K Millinery 30 Bliss
' Bldg. Elevator service.
THE KEY TO GOOD
We start In where others leave off. We are fortunate In hiving
secured a Specialist In Crown and Bridge Work.
Our operators are both careful and skllfull. Anazone makes our
i U K. ;olil Civvwi -tl.no
White Crown $1.00
Set of Telli $5.00
aii Work n nsdcwl
Buy a lawn mower of us and
save $16.00 If you cut your own
lawn one season once a week
for four months. At $1.00 a
week von will save this amount
and have a good mower left.
Mowers $3.00. $3.j0 $6.50
$7.00 and $8.00.
Hammocks $1(0 up.
Refrigerators $7.00 up.
Water Coolers $1.50 up.
Everything for hot weather.
23 w 1st. Phone 9fii
New and Second Hand Hoods.
UNION PAINLESS DENTISTS
III' S. Main
Dr. I 'ami I
Farm loans in
and city loans at
lowest rates on
Tulsa business and
ties. E. A. LILLY
2nd Floor World Bldg.
rbeacs; OlHee Ml) Its. T7t
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