Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 117, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 30, 1913 Page: 3 of 8
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TIT E TULSA1 DAILY WORLD. THURSDAY .TAKITARY M 101
T T7 R V V.
BY MSB VBBA OWTNKB
Huiiri 1 p m . to p
7 p. ttl t ID p. D.
"j would rathar hear
laugbtar of my litiii- boy tha
mm iiiat springs involuntarily
in ins mother's lip i would
rather in' cashier f I bnnh u(
kisses with a liilllipli ft serve
i woulahrather dlraol hv n.i 1
ante nf smiles paying dallj
dlvldondi nf bonaat Joy;
I would rather own theee dol
la t it hh raeouroea of oontenl
tlnili in In' able In draw mv
oheok for a nilllluii with win. h
l could purchase neither love
happiness nor Imniorlality."
The following prett) varaa is from
till' pep of a TnIhii ynuilK man
TO A LITTI.K Ulltl. I KNOW.
Tho' tlm 11 bond lb falreat form
And dim the v nf dee peal blue
Ha cannoi chill tha youthful heart
Thai found a friend in you.
Ami mi 1 trual Mis vandal yean
May ne'er your ohlldlah faith de
Tim t you may always be 1 niri.
Am I WOUld ba a lioy.
- -Robert Bromatt B nnett.
A quiet imt pretty oeremony took
place Wedneaday mornlni ai 7:oo
o'clock at tho Holy family church
when Miss Lottie Whahn and Mr
otto ; Clote were united In marriage
I tho lararnany being solemnised bj
f uthcr John 0 Helring Before a
I email gathering of relatives and
frlanda. Attending the brida wgi lor
later Mim Batbar W ha Ian wbiia Iff
j. 11. Planagan ncttd an beat man Aft.
it tho wordH had Daan said which
united the youni ooupia. ihe waddlni
party repalrad la tha bona of tha
urida'i mother Mra fcttnlly a n. n. an
South Cincinnati avenue whore a de-
ildom wadding brenkfaai waa in rend.
Ineai The brida Is a young woman
known nnd lovod by mnny Macula for
her admirable tnitH of character Mr
Clote 1- an igoeilenl young man.
whoae bueiness ability ha won him
favor with tha Carter Lumbar oont
panj'i with which ba in Identified Mr
nd Mra Clote lefi on an afternoon
Main for an extended honeymoon trip
io sun Antonio Houton and Qnlveeton
Texaa at the oonclualon of which
they win in- at hum' in their man)
friend at mj Ureal lecond treat
I II I M MI
and Mra. Ho
v VoiiiiI; man In host iai I.
u Bridge olub
ihnmberlaln enter talni
at tha Hoiv Family Catholic church
Wedneedai morning al s o'clock 1
larva number of roiati' 1 and frlanda
balnf lu attcndaao foi lha pending nf
the nuptial maaa by Rev Patbgtr J"im
Hairing TJia brldi ind groom a'ara
attended by Mr. and Mis Chariot
McKerran n lust man and malroi
of honor. Attired lu a banutUul OWfl
of whtiH chiffon oval white tnessiiun.
mid carrying a shower bouquet of
wbitt carnationa thu youni brida waa
11 mosl attractive picture l'i and
Mrs. Marshall left yeaterdai aftoi a
for Perry Okla when- thay will ipend
a fan days as guests of his parenta
Mr and Mrs. m . m. a Marahall.
Upon tio ir return 10 Tulaa tiio will
lo ih.lr fiicud at 3;
People With Goal Diges-
tion Do Not Have Rheu
ci n of the
will in' bald tills
home of mis.
Bouth Chej enne.
: of (hi- (i n ral
I IK-' Ham
at ni nir at
ihri eventa tin
nnounotd for Mondai
llii' 1 inn hoiiMi' has lioi'd
tponed until the
y February B
folioa inn w ednea
Guest at 1 1 1 1 1 1 Home.
Dr and Mrs. W. Iv ElllOtl and
daughters are entertaining at their
home 1101 South Denver Mr. and
Mrs Charles Bllawortb Blllott of ai
mlrn. Wash. who arrived yaaterday to
bo Hull gueata for levaral days Mr.
Bllloti is a brother of the doctor Mr
ami Mra Blllott are on their annual
trip lo the SOUth and will return home
ia Texaa and 1 California
The marriage Of Miss L'stlicr Anne
Runyan of Blclatook and Dr Charld
A. .Marshall of Tulsa was solemnize
Mian ( liambcrioin Ui Rnlcrtaln
Miss Ida Chamberlain baa Invite
min fjftj young lady friends to b
leata al bar home 601 south Clncln
evening The memhers of
r ridells olub will he In
ludeii in the party.
Trlnltj 1 lull. 1 of Hi- episcopal
ehuroh win meet in regular session in
ih. Guild loom this afternoon at 8;
WILL FEEL FINE IN FIVE MINUTES
"Really doea" put bad tomaohi In order- "really does" overcome imii.
geatlon dyapepabt gas heartburn and lourneaa In five mlnutea that Just
that makes Pare s Dlapepiln Ihe i a rgeal si iiiiiK itomach regulator lu the
world if what you eat ferments Into itubborn lumpa; breath foul; tongue
coated; your insides oiled with bile ami Indigestible waste remember the
moment Dlapepiln cornea in contact with the atomach all such dlatreea van-
ishes It's truly astonishing marvelous and Ihe Jj Is Us harmieaaneaa.
1 diapWin mm
.'IS MAKES DISORDERKD STOMACHS .'-o-U!fV"' 5 SSM
KKKL KINK IN I I V i. MIM U.S. r "X.
church w i
i lent i r.
society of th
Mrs. It. II Tavman of Detroit
Mum. has arrived to be the gueal for
some time of her parents Mr. nmi
Mrs. J. J. Halgh and slsh r Mrs
0 H Nicholson Of Kendall.
Dr. Harold n Moaalmcr i D s
and Mrs Mes.slmer. w i I arrive In I
few days from Nowata to make Tulsa
their future plait of real-
d nee being located for the present al
:tin South Cheyenne. They formerl
resided her but for tha past three
years have lived In Nowata.
Mr. and Mrs. John Walsh entertain-
ed a small company of friends with a
p taum dinner Tuesday evening al
Hair home. Mil North Denver Coven
vole laid for and a delightful eve-
ning al high five followed the repast
LARGE 50 CENT CASE ANY DRUG
TAKE "SIRUP OF FIGS" IF
Sweetens your stomach clears your head and thoroughly
Cleanses your liver and 30 feet of bowels of sour
bile foul gases and clogged up waste.
All those days when you feel miser-
able headachy billons and dull are
due to torpid liver and alugglah bow-
els. The days when your Itomach la
our ami full of gaa when your
nerves twlteh and you are reatiaai
and oan't sleep OOuld ba avoided with
a teaspoonful of delicious Syrup of
Fins isn't it foolish to be dlatraaaed
when there Is a pliasant way to over-
come It ?
dive your InacUve liver and ten
yards of waato-clogged bowels a thor-
ough oleanalng thla time rut an end
Take a teasiioonfnl of Syrup Ol FiKs
tonight sure and Just see for your-
self h morning how gently but thor.
oughly ail the sour bile undbreated
fermenllm; food and i loKKcd up waste
matter is moved on and out of your
system - no nausea--no griping no
You simply can't have your liver
inactive and your thirty feet of bow.
els einstipated with sour decaying
waste matter and feel well. The need
of a laxative Is a natural need but
with delicious Syrup of Plga you are
not drimuitiB yourself. I!eln compos
ed entirely of luscious lists senna and
arom&tleg It can not Injure.
Ask your drugglat for the full name.
"Syrup of Fis and Klixer of Senna."
Refuse with scorn any of the so-called
I'ii.' Syrup Imitations. They ure
meant to deceive yon Look on the
label. The genuine old reliable bears
the name California Fig Syrup Com-
Mr. and Mrs. Bdward Crawford of
I'm Hon I'a . and Mrs I'. .1. Mur-
ray enjoyed an auto trip to Nowata
Menu. Januarj Rl.
Cereal With Simar and ("ream
Foamy I imelet.
Corn Muffing Coffee.
Cheese Fondue Prop Muffins.
Vanilla Wager Hoi Chocolate
Corn Soup. Crisp Crackers.
Cndflh Ralls. Cold Slaw.
Steamed Graham Bread
Ceswlck Pudding Cuatard Sauce.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. rt . Cole entertain
ihe young people of the Bpworth
League of the iiosion avenue Metho
dist church Friday evening at Ihelr
home on South Boaton avenue.
Mrs. . 1 1 Bryan entertained a
company of gueata for four table! of
whist last evening in compliment to
her sister. Mrs. Charles Steward of
Arkansas City Ark.
Mrs. I. 11. Jordan entertained a
small party of cuests for luncheon
yaaterday to honor the birthday of
Mrs. C. P. Coggoahall. Covers were
laid for four and a delightful social
f I 1 1
blood If the food Is bad)
this is nlao absorbed tm
if Hi' i i sours m ib
The Id .oil Is the prodUCl of
Hon Whatever aorl of
s lied In the stoma h
1 1 iu sated
Hi e blood If lb.'
stomach before dlgeitlon or during di
geatlon the acldi are absorbed Into the
These a Ids In Hie lilood ploiliee I
condition known ts rhemuatiam The
acids are liable lo produne mtnrOBCOp
Ic crystals These erysials sro dt poi
lied lu the ligaments and caftllagfea
CA UaiOg theumstoUm of the joints
lomotlmee in tha bones producing
periodii palha avary tlmi storm np.
proa hi s Sometimes in ihe muscles
producing lumbago siin neck myal-
gia and muscular rheumatism gener-
ally I'' in am Ciii'i'i'i'i- IMgesUon
'i'he reason thai IV-ru us relieves
such caaaa is easy lo itnderetand Pe
ru-na corrects digestion Pe-ru-ns
corrects dbxeatlpn parti) b hurrying
ii Pe.ru na does no furnish any ar
tlQcbtl dlgeatant it klmp i aaslsts Na-
ture In doing lis own digesting
In Ibis way ihe prod in is of dines
lion are more normal The blood is
not Riled w lib impel fe Mi dlgi -led
food. No a ids accumulate In the
stomach while I'e-ru-nn I- being lak
en. Tims rheumntMm is prevented
it is a great deal i ei let to pr nl
a disease than to try lo i are It Bui
e.-n after rheumatism ias begun the
ondltlon thai caused li ought to be
i moved. If possible.
i.ood Digestion stop- llheuiiMtlsm
'I'he 111 St thing tO do is lo sei UI
: i diKestion. Hi. mi if n Is necessary
pe ine medicines for rheumatism may
le taken. Hon until the digestion Is
nade perfect It Is of little or no use
o lake medicines for rheumatlam. To
produce good digestion Pe-ru-na
should be taken
Pe-ru-na. Man-a-lin and La-CU-pia I
manufactured by the Pe-ru-na oun-
limy Columbua Ohio. Sold al all
lrug stores. No. 4''
The members of the Q. Q club
penl a must enjoyanie evening as the
nests Of Miss Maye Mi'Dow ill TUCB-
lay eve iinn when si ntertalned
hem with a line Phrty to the various
moving picture shows and Inter took
them lo one of the dow n town re-I
rfeahmml parlors where a dainty
luncheon was served to Ihe following
mbers: Mrs. Jack Miller Misses
Pearl Towers. Marijorle Lewis Myrtle
i loii Rattle Purdy. Idona William.
n Myrtle Djavlg and the hostess.
i'he next meeting will be with Miss
Mrl!e II it.
ind Mrs. Stanley Chastaln are
i to arrive In Tulsa Wadnea.
from Nashville Tonn. where
; Iiiivti been spendlne their honey-
on. Mrs. ChnsCaln was. until the
Jth of January. Miss Will Richardson
r Roff Oklahoma. Mr Chaataln la
young contractor who has resided
in Tulsa for seberal years and has a
host of friends In tills City. I'm lew
weeks they will be al home to friends
it 41. South I leaver.
The moating of Kendall Guild an-
nounced for Thursday at the home of
Mrs Orant Btroh in Kendall will not
he held until Friday afternoon. Febru-
ary 7 the statement having been made
in error. Mrs. Si roll will he assisted
In entertaining by Mrs. J. Riley
Henry Roeaor has an her gueal
apartments In Hotel Tulaa. het
Miss Ethel DaVia. Of Marietta
i will spend some time in Tulsa.
What We Aim To Do
To promote our customers' interests al all times.
To lo wli.it we can t make their banking busi-lic.'-
agreeable and profitable
To afford the most liberal accommodation pos-
sible. To repay confidence in us with confidence In
To place the safety f their money ahead of ev-
ery other consideration.
'Iiese are the chief aims of this bank and we cor-
diallv solicit vour account.
le. Delightful! informal MTuir
Characterised by a note of infor
mality and Simplicity Ihe fusl of a
erles of leas given hy tha club worn-
n of the citj Wedneaday afternoon
on tin- meksnnlnc floor of Hotel rulBa
waa a most delightful offalr. Mrs.
it. !'. MacArthur ami Mrs. Qeorge T.
Williamson were hostesses of the oe-
aslon extending the gueata Informal
ordiai welcome as they arrived at
intervals during the afternoon No
rda were sent out but a general In
vitation extended to th women 01
the city who cared to assist in a small
Way the dubs of the city in raislnc
fajnda With which tO defray the ex
penses of entertaining tha Oklahoma !
federation In Tulsa next November
Small tables had boon conveniently !
placed on the floor and at these dell- i
CloUS home made Sandwiches and
ikes with CUPS of fragrant tea were
served. Society nnd clubdom turned
mit In lan?e numbers and lingered
over the tea cups throughout the af-
ternoon. As a result of the affair a
snug little sum will I pplled to the
fund for entertainment of the siate j
federation meeting Mr. nnd Mrs. i
Robinson having most generouely and
gracloualy trlven the use of the floor
ami service for the afternoon.
i Ingngetnent Announced.
Mra Frank P. Mellon .f "Drum
Bawn" Bryn Mawrm Penn.. baa
made announcement of the engage'
tuent of her datichter Miss Anne to
Mr Prank L. Tack of Tulaa Okla. I
a son of Mr. and Mrs. Th lore B
Tack of 112 wvst Itnd street Now
York N. v.. the wed tins to ba an
event of -arly sprlnc.
Dr. li w. Reherd i. n. of Water-
loo. Iowa who delivered three lec-
tures on missions In this iity. left s-
terday afternoon for Clareinore
where he gnVS an address last even-
lni. anfOUta home. While here Dr.
Reherd araa a gueat of Dr and Mrs.
A W. Hoth fornuT parlshlonerH dur-
Ing his pastorale In Detroit Mich
I 'ret Iv RoBHMMa to IW Culminated
An announcement which carries
with It a touch of pretty romam
and unusual Interest Is that of the
engagement ami approaching mar-
tinet f Mr. Jay K. Livingston of
Tulaa to Miss Dorothy Schwartz of
St. fuls. Man h 4th Is Ihe date
chosen by the young couple upon
which to i ulmluste a courtship of
sever.1 months' standing having l"
beginning In I railroad aecblent In
which both were slightly Inlured.
some time ago. Miss Schwartz wns
the first to go to Mr Livingston's as-
sistance administering first aid to lh-
In ured and Impressing bin with hci
charm and cleverMM in a manner
which he could not forget upon Ma
Uncle Sam unci I lis Parcel P as Well as the
Express Companies arc Now Kept Busy
Bringing Us Spring Merchandise
nl I nl HiW V
i ui us ri i i ios
aml li. -I licpartmcnl M
the i ba rgei
i adv. i lag
-hopping aie e
i you through our
is promised - and
n! : k h wool
lis and wash aoods.
I he BCSI for Ihe I'l lic Uhlllci'l' the l'i I. e
Dili l lldM.
Ill I' Ml I Ml I
-I I lll I I oult.
Mrs. I lav Is w ho Is In
barge can relievo you
of many In tie worries
in uggeitlng ami in
ihe planning of your
spring ooaturoei Tha
Orlt W ill lease J oil
Immcnsel) Pi ices are
III" I I ate.
These New Arrivals are "Registered"
at Hunt-kiddick s
Come get acquainted with tho lovely new goods for spring
Hardly maid rapreaa or freight from Now York ami tha east bul what brings n fresh
ihiiiKs tor prlng River) department is enjoying tha p'.oasures of bowing ibis new merchandiae
Never before wis limit Itlddll'k'l so complotel) ml of winter slm ks ami novel before was
bnaJfag store so wen prepared as II Is this seaaon with tha lovelies) of wearublea and fabric f
to revel in. and approve
A Trio of Special Values in New Spring Suits
e though) the Hulls of the season just closing charming!
with the loveliness of ihese now stylish numben for spring
Current eventa often play an Important pari In II rlgln a
in theae wa can see tha beauty of the styles of Houtharn 13 u
direct attention to the practical beautiful attire of the Itulgurlana
effects of the coats and Ihe fullness of skirts al the knees
o have the
Sonic speclalls li i live soils are being shown tl these very popular pin
I ail buying oi tin
an ailvanluge Think
greater sclccllon of
suits of inn. slrlMd
Serges in tan grci
plain tailored styhs
the la test IcndcmiCH
Many other suits
n' equal lovtHluetis
nii e sclN'tlon al
C Sllils Is
or nnvj ;
llesl for the
ever Ihe I'
lOuropenn styles modiiieii i.
meet ilia requirements of Inter.
I. an women air lu re shown in
abuiidoiiee. I. lute hie suits of
shepherd chocks. I rciich serges
uhiHits ih 1 noveltj cloths
I'hev show tC new lapels and
collars sonic win collars of
lliilgarlau satin. The skirts of
these suits ai. wonderful eg-
aieples of Ihe fashion trend for
IIILt. t luster plails al sides
oaiiiMH up v:ih si-ji .
plaits mid the
senilis. See Ihe
i this price of 115.00 you'll
li ml Ihiiii the extreme ami tlie
more motllHed lyies of suits foe
sprliuc Practically ail of the
popular fabrics ol the seaaon
are to he seen among Ihcao
TWO and llirce-huilon models
Ills slllls with lllodilled
collars mi I in
1 11-1 . -II Willi
-I ill. II fttllC) ivorv
I . . Ili ul
12 yd. bolts Long
The lonir cloth that by the
yard sells for 1 5c a yard A
soft- well finlahed lonj- cloth
uccellenl for the making of un.
lerwear and e:nhes ir
fants :iii in Ins
wide. Special today
per 1 2 yd. Bolt
The day was when Foulard
term In the variations of the
Poulards are one of the bol
si'ii exqulaite In color. We al
of the particular woman With
tiful and diverse than ever.
were mostly pi Into I wilh pat
onventtona) polka dot Today
eautlfuJ of silks--varied in da-
prepared to ii t the demands
a array of patterns mora beau.
Floral and Oriental designs in
26-inch width at 99c and
$1.00 a yard
12 I -2c India I Anon Special
Today 9c yd.
A while goods special of Importance Neve
crisp India l.iiions that came Just yesterday
afternoon. A soli sheer quality OHO thai will
sell regularly at IS He. Kpecial for today only
lie a yard.
Real Tissue Ginghams Specially
Priced 1 Sc yd.
A new tissue Gingham 27 Inches wide. In
Ibis lol m e 1 1) pieces of lovely patterns In pink
blue tan green brown and lavender tripei and
Checks. lrlced special) lor a few days hi L'i'
Tho Call of Spring is Heard in These New Wash-
able Dress Fabrics Now Selling
n't help hut
r the prh e "
la int y creations -
pretty weaves ami h.
lou'll lind theoi "the
NEW Ml ks WD
l-'ashloli savs 'Tall
and Mannish shins
And here are
the materia Is for
yard . . ISO
.MM II STRIPK1) t III I I H
A new weave and a pretty
fabric Intended for 0alata
dresses etc Stripes of I In k
pink irrav blue or lavender on
while Priced al yd. .'."c
IMPORTED VOILEH 50 D. JT-IMIl
Heailtifiil Kloral desians and
trlpea a fabric thai is bound
to win your admiration for Us
fiimv soft texture ami the ex-
ceptionally pretty rendering of
oloi Priced at yard 50c
10 I M II SI Kill II X Ol I I s
These also are imported fah-
rlca imt silk stripes on the
solid color voile. I'ink skv
while lavender and aprtcol
hades Priced al yard ...."ir
Sheer pretty Voces in dainty
stripes. A beautiful material for
gowna and dresses. Colon are
lavender green pink mars sky
nd white. Priced at yard a."'
Veil Ginghams Pfew Hadraa
lercalcs Crcpea D Unities Jun-
ior cloth l inen.. Baiting or
all kinds are here S Waiting your
Vour choice of about eiaht dozen muslin and em-
roulerv night gowns petticoats princes slips and combi-
nation suits Lace and embroidery trimmed. Values to
Yl. 00. All are new garments hut were slightly mmpied
by our WhltC sjiI- None are soiled.
roturn io Tulaa. glnoa then Mr liv-
IngStoH has made frenuent visits to
St. Louis with the raaUll that the
l'i es of the young people have been
formally announced Miaa Bchnrsrti
la the daughter of Mr. v. w BohwarU
wealthy steei manufacturer of hi.
Iiuis. and the marriage will be cele-
brated with much ceremony at tha
homo of Ihe family. M2 Maple ave-
nue that city. Mr. Livingston Is a
graduate of Washington university
from which Institution he holds a
diploma as a mining engineer. As a
member of th" firm of th.- l'rodii'-ers
Supply t'o.. he l.i well known la the
oil fraternity throughout Oklahoma
and his many friTids will no doubt
hanian to vatend congratulations on
the coning ewnt. Mr Livingston
and his hrlde will resiile with his sls-
t'l. Mrs. Max Itohlnovltz. Til South
Kllwood until the completion of their
hou the building of which will be
t 'timer Slnre.
5n l eet Wide.
Orand Leader Department Store Consisting of etcht nothing
Cahlnets National t'aah Itegister 1-ioor Show fuses 6. .' Wall Show
Casea 2 Scales 2 Stoves 110U Shirts. 3000 Hats 2.30V i'airs uf Shoes
:itithlng. Dry floods. Sale starts
ttrfMDAY um Mt M IT 11 A. M.
He on hand. Don't miss It The laMa good will of the business
sold at auction lo the best bidder. Chance of a lifetime.
Cleveland. Okla. Grand Leader
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