Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 122, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 5, 1913 Page: 3 of 8
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Til K Tl'I.SA DAILY WOULD. WKPKKSP A Y FKBTIUXRV fl 1911
T ii r: r P
BY MISS VEHA ((WYNNE
lluuri. 1 p. in to A p B ;
7 p. u to 10 p in
inn nf i. in iiiti. .iii.i i marry evening al
I thiH popular lapsnees iarii reoultod
from ihf plana a! ins hosteas Music
filled lha Uma atervoftili betwoan
I tba playing of tha gumo ant) lunch
I time ahcn dainty rofreehmenta wkw
served Mrs 0bopgr4'i aWts avaro
I mora than pleased to make tho to
luaintanos "f Ifn Wispard'i sienna
iad entertaining guest.
h is dutfoull " bo always trua
tn ouraalvaa to ba uijh what 1
WO wish tn lie what we feel vi'
oiikIiI I" be Ah long UH aa fOOl I
that .i" liHK an aa dp ROl hui
render the lt- I nf our 1 1 - nil In
right Our aspirations represent
tht trua notura of our soul much I
imittv than our ovary day lift.
Rika1 danca Informally
Oar pa Ulan club meeting with Mrs
. h V'apdever.
Mrs It. II. Wyss entertains Utopia
Mm I W. Mnuiiln mill Mr. Bdword
fader hoataaau to Rebekah cluti at
a i''. p olub meata with Mrs. .1 k
Uri Charloi Roaoor antertalna lew.
Informal Evening for Hlaa Bkinner
lira Thomas B Bbapard f U2t
Sniith CbeyennOi gavo dallghtful In.
f or ma I evening affair last niuht tn
meet her sister and auest miss Km ma
Bkinner of Wlohlta ECanaaa. Oni
large tabic was arranged for the play
A SURE QUICK COLD
I'apc's Cold Compound cures colds
ami uripH' in a few lioura
( "iii. 111 mi Quinine
The moat aevare cold win he brok-
en and all grippe miaery ended after
taking a uoae of Papa's Pold m-
pound every two hours until throo
conaeeutiva doaea ar taken
Vou "ill diatlnetly feel all the die-
agreeable aymptoma leaving after the
vi r first dose
The most rotaerable headache dull
nets head and none stuffed up
faverlahneaa meezlng running of the
nose sore throat mucous catarrhal
discharges aoreneaa Htiffncss rheu.
mat lam iialns and other distress van-
Take this wonderful Compound as
directed with the knowledge thai
tin-re is nothing else in the world
Which will cure your cold or end
! i -i 1 1 - misery as promptly and with-
out any other assistance or bod after-
fleets as a 85-cent package of Pape'i
Cold Compound. Which liny drugglal
can supply- contains no quinine be.
limns in every home accept no sub-
stitute. Tastes nice acts gently.
Timet Vdvloe f Mother Relieves
Terrible Buffering of Daughter
noil Possibly Preventa an
Ready Ky. Tn the following ad-
Vli ea from this place Mrs. I.nurn
Bratcherd says: "I was not able to do
anything for gnarly six months and
was down In bed for three months
r cannot tell you how i suffered
with my head and with nervousness
anil womanly troubles. v
mir family doctor told my husband
he conld not do me any good and hu
had to give it Up V7a tried another
doctor but he did not help me.
At last my mother advised me to
tali" Cardul the woman's tonic I
thought It was no use for I was near-
I) dead md nothing seemed to do me
any good but I used eleven bottles
and was then able to do all of my
Work and my own washing.
I think Cardul Is the beat medicine
In the world. My weight has increas-
ed and I took the picture of health.
I will always praise Cardul for what
it has done for me "
Remember that Cardul is a mild
anfv remedy composed of valuable
medicinal ingredients which help to
build up vitality tone up the nerves
and strengthen the entire womanly
In the past half century Cardul has
relieved more than a million women.
Why shouldn't It do the same for
you'.' Try It. It may be just what
Mr and .Mrs. T. A. Oxley of I.lma
0 a 0 have UOOaj the guests for some
time of their daughter Mrs. .1 1'
Klanagan "ii south Boulder expect tn
leave the flral of next week for a few
weak Ma In Houston md Galveston
Ti (no after which thef arttl return to
Tulsa enrouto home.
Miss Vinoida Penoo entertained the
etekahute club lasi evening at hor
home on North Cheyenne
Mr 0 R Waller "f St .Joe Mo
who has i u the guest of Tulaa
friendi i" a fen das returned home
Miss jane Ronne expects to laav
Sunday for Kansas f'lty where sh
Will remain I III "llgllollt the coining
nitlliti. i season.
Miss i. nia Kami is spending i fes
days in BapUlpa as the guest of her
cousin. Miss Lucille Kgan.
Mrs. Hooper's Mother Pnaaea tway
Mra a. !. Hooper's many friend"
will regri I to hear tin- news of the
death of her mother Mrs. Clark of
EllMbethtOWn N. .1 . which came tc
end months of suffering from an in
curable malady Msr. Clark was well
known ii sthe niece of the beloved
Bishop Clarke or New York. Mrs
Hooper who had been at the Invalid's
bedalde for tha past several weeks
Will return home Boon.
To Take Southern Trip
Mr and Mrs A. Miller Hammett are
planning lo have the latter part O'1
the Week to spend the remainder o.'
the Winter sojourning in various part '
of the south. While gone they egpOC'
to slop .ii Palm Beach tor brief ta
With Dr and Mrs. ti. A. ottniann an1
are anticipating in all a very delight
Mrs. c. w. McCarty bus gone to Be
lolt Kansas fur a few weeks vlsl'
during the absence of lr. McCarty
who is mi a trip to Denver and other
point.- in tin west.
Mr. and Mrs. w. w Lanta are en
tartalnlng al their home 1216 South
Carson Mr. and Mrs. W A. S' hrvocl
Judge ami Mrs. M. A. Brcckenrldgi
have as n guest the judge's brothei
Mr. John Itrcckenrldge of Glenn ('as
Maxlne Xoltlc Five Venrs Old
Twenty tiny tots of Tulsa socleti
were guests at a pretty party giver
Monda.v afternoon b Mrs. Charles V
Noble to pay nil honor tn the birth
You Can't Eat
You'll Never Have Stomach Trouble
After YOU Head Tills and Act on
It. smart- Dyspepsia Tablets
Are the Open Sevrct.
Thousands of people who hadn't
really enjoyed a meal for years huv
given their stomach a new lease if
life through the wonder-workers.
9tuart's Dyspepsia Tablets. They
promptly put an end to flatulency
heartburn dizziness sick headache
dyspepsia burning sensation brash
fermentation and other Ills attend-
mt upon a disordered stomach.
(.11.1 STUDIO OF
Piano. String and Brass Instruments.
"0c to gl.oO a I. on.
in. South Buuldcr. i'hune Ked 186
riir Bionutch Bonds i Meaaage to the
Brain the Instant There is Trouble.
In this day and age of known ticts.
(here is absolutely no excuse for any.
me to suffer with stoiiuch trouble
ndigesttnn sour risings catarrh uf
.he Stomach gas formations etc.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablet are com-
posed nf known and approved dlge it-
ants thai help OUI the gastric juices
of the stomach. They are Nature's di-
gestives the sunn- kind the stonuu h
I uses when It Is In good health.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets do not
I barely Old dlgeation -tbey actually dl-
1 gest the fond themselves. All the hard
work Is thus taken off the stomach
j and It gets a chance to rest and re-
I cuperate. The undigested food w hich
I formerlj produced nauseating ggajsl
In the siomach becomes thoroughly
digested and as a result provides n"W
brain and brawn and nerve cells to re.
place natunl waste always going on.
I Stuart's Dyspepsia TabletsHct quick-
ly safely and naturi.lly. just like Xa.
lure hersalf They are a familiar and
standard part of the stock of every
properly equipped drug store and ars
lold at 50c a box.
Those who once try Stuart's Dys-
pepsia Tahlets are nn er at a loss to
know how to overcome any form of
Indigestion er stomach trouble
a brocade of dun oiors in an old
gold ground makes the hat crown and
the greater part of the muff. The
hat brim is faced with a gold colored
satin anil also used for the lining of
Around the hat Is wound a long
black velvet scarf also lined with
the gold colored satin. The scarf
crosses In the hack and the ends arc
wound mound the neck as suits the
fancy. The muff Is trimmed to match
with black velvet
day of her small daughter Miss Max
inc. who reached the age of five yearn
Klve when one Is yet in kindergarten
and knows nothing of the Joys and
sorrows of achool days is a happi
time Indeed and one to which we
would all like to return for a brie
tunc at least. Miss .Maxim's guest."
w. re the boys and girls for the mosl
nart with whom she cuts paper dollti
snd makes wonderful figures in the
and at kindergarten ovary week day
and It was with a feeling of pride tha
ill donned iheir best frocks anit
I oises. together with their very hea'
behavior to attend this wonderful
"arty liko grown-ups. All though'
'hey bad never si ' n quite BO many
pretty red and white hearts and red
earnatloni as adorned the rooms o"
the Noble home and the dining ron
oo In red snap dragon an I strlngn
f hearts was a most attractive siulC
'o the youngsters some of whom were
vpcrienclng their first real jiarty. f
'mint for scores of the bright rof
'leans which bad been concoalet'
ihout the rooms ended by little Misc
'.uciiic Morley finding the targes'
number for which she received a pret
'v picture of oupld. Master Warrei
hbott was satisfied to gather up p
heart here and there just as though
ic knew the booby prize was to be s
lice soap bubble set Which he hai
'ecu wishing. Miss I.oreiie McCluri
sslsted Mrs Noble in directing tin
'lay much of which Is known by hear
rom being oft repeated at klndergar
'en. and when this no longer provei'
'nteresttng it was time to adpourn ti
'he dining room tn see the beautlfu'
birthday cake and eat the good thliiL-.
vhlch had been prepared for them
' II were seated at one large table am
he scene presented by the blrthda.t
nk on which red candles burned
rightly was the occasion of exclama
ions of oy and delight accompanlei
lv clapping of the hands and othe'
expressions of unbounded Joy an'"
vishes lees and cakes carrying out tin
heart design in honor of approachln
'atentlne day. and minis in pink am'
white composed lb" lovely treat ti
he youngsters in lienor of their Uttli
l iynuites natal day. The happy l arf
vas mnde up of Lucille Morley Rhen
McManlmnn Oracle Johnaon Helon
'"ellough. Nancy l arson. Mary Kath
line Rnfolph. l.on m Melionad
"nth Adams Mc Ilia Claim. Betty Mc-
ratUghlin Warren lxvcht abbott
Charlea Prench ''lily Gordon Harold
'taker. Paul Roberta Abbott Dap
Daviaaon Jr.. James Digg Jr. and
'hnrl-s M. hln Noble.
Miss Roselle Flanagan who hae
" een confined t" her home oornei
Pourth ami South Detroit ih" pas-
tWO Weeks suffering With a severep
pralned anklO Is alile tO be OUI a'.Min
Rnrontc i Tui-n with Bride
The marriage of Mr. Walter Pragei
of Tulsa to Miss Helen If 'shier of
'ireenv lib I'a . is tin iitioti' d as fol-
lowg by tin- Oroenvllle Bvening !! i
"A home wedding of unusual
ointments and mme than ordlnnrv
I'tractlve surroundings was that
which united Miss Helen Temotol n
Klshter daughter of Mr. and Mr. S
I Klshler and Mr. W alter Pra -i r of
T'iIsb. Okln. ThUrsdaj ooonlng at six
o'elock al tin home of Ih" nrlde's
pa rents. Tin- house was beautifully
decoratd with Onttthetn srillax and
daffodils Aa a prelude t the ere.
inonv Mr Pred Bheparaoti san?
splsndldly "P.Hatise" by D'Hnrdelot
'fter which the ribbon hearer
Mary Tompleton mur-ifl of the bride
nreeeded tn- - i party i" the place
of cereinon. . aocompanlod by ' ham-
hen and KdWM Rlahlsr tri'!hrs nf
'he brlda lii lb" i in. II v of nshe-s
ii the wedding nwrrh was p!gj i by
'Hfs Plorence Temnteton rottain of
th bride the bfid 1 pafti entered the
room and t-ok i' !r re peellva sta-
tbms and Re. Dr Wa' "f! Id of the
Presbyterian chvrch perfcrm j the
ring ceremony whl h HMprogSlVelV
made the poOple h US hand and Wife
During the ceremony Hsndefs Large
was played. The bride's dress was
w hite ' harmeiise made w ith - i r t
t--nln and trimmed with Bolgtan lace.
She wore a peurl and diamond broach
WEDNESDAY SPECIALS AT BEANE-VANDEVER S
In addition in all Wliito Itdius previoiwlj ftdvertisod we will sell special
Wednesday the followiug itemsi
Specials from 8:30 to 11:30
600 yards Incli Bookfold Zephyr Gingham regular 15c 8011018 Qp
Special Vvoduesday from S:. I i 11:30 per yaifJ
500 Ladies' Muslin Gowns in a lijr variety of styles laic and embroidery
trimmed i made Prom nice soft white goods. Our roguhir $1.50 KQtf
sellers ; special from :.'o t. 11:30 Wednesday each OV
All Day Specials
.") dozen Ladies' Linen Uandkeri lin t's extra line linen; regular t 1 tf
15e ami liOe sellers. Special Wednesday all day each Xxv
KM) Ladies' Shirts and Shirt Vaiis in a hig variety r styles; Qftf
mills and end- $1.50 sellers; special Wednesday all day each vOX
200 yards is inch Emhroidery Flouneing8; regular 25c sellera; fj
Mieeial as ltniu as ihev last Wednesday per vard
W rm w-mm F'nSMta.
a gift of the bridegroom ami veil
caught up with lilieH of the valley.
sh carried a shower bouquet or rosea
orchids and valley llllies After the
wedding supper Mr. and Mrs. Pragei
left on Pennsylvania train for Tulsa
where Mr. Pro kit's busiucs Interests
are located and where the couple will
Mr. and Mrs. I.ee Levering and
young son Jack of Muskogee ate Tul-
sa visitors for ii few days during
which time they are Stopping al Hotel
Vezodcnoa Kntortaln Men Friends
The near approach of St Vail nttne'l
Hay was evidenced in all the appoint-
ments ami decorations of the open
meeting of the Hesodeno club Monday
evening at which time the young
women of this merry coterii entertain-
ed their men frlonds. The hoi l
Miss Mary Donahon was the setting of
'in- delightful affair ami this enter-
taining hostess was assisted In eg.
tending hopitglltles by Miss Ulllan
Flanagan and Miss Alum McDonald
''".. ns of red carnations filled vnses
everywhere and many strings "f rati
hearts threaded here and there aboul
the rooms proclaimed the fait that
hearts were trumps for the evening's
festivities. Five tables t whist were
'laved the prise for gentlemen' high
i ore "t'upiii asleep" going to Mr
' red Hurt while lady's flral prize
"Cupid Awake" Was captured by Miss
Mary Miller Amusement and oc as
'mi for study were combined in (he
idvertisement guessing contest in
which Mr. Roy McKi ever was success-
ful In Winning the honors a bouquet of
-ed carnations Miss Bva Hoagland
apturod the club prise at cards The
uncheun of two courses nerved al tin
aril tables further earned out tic
mbleraa of the valentine season. The
nen friends of the ' Inh were unani-
mous In their exproealOtU of pleasure
it bcins gueats upon the occasion of
'he i lull's first entertalniiieiii In their
honor. Misses Jennie Norton. Lottie
' vans Mary Miller Bva Hoagland
tegfrled Trticlle Drayor Lillian Flan
Ugan Anna McDonald and Mabel H it
b r and Me.-sts. Roy MoKecver Ray.
AND UlSTEfiHUS III 3 FEW IINIS
(.nl' i.ii a S3 i' hi bottle of "Dun
inr hair; ilestr
V'our hair becomes light wavy
fluffy abundant and appears ih soft
lustrous ami beautiful as a young
Kill's after a "Danderlne hair den use."
.lust try this moisten a cloth with a
little Danderlne and carefully draw It
through your hair taking one small
Strand at a time Thl will eh ansa
the hair of dust dirt and excessive
oil and in just a few moments you
hae doubled the beauty of your hair
Besides beautifying the hair at
ih l ine' ami try litis ANii iop fall-
once Danderlne dissolves v i
tiole of d. i mil off ; cleanses pur
ami Invigorates the scalpi tor
stopping itchiiiK ami falling hair
lint what Will please you most
be after a few Weeks' use when
win actually see new hair tine
downy at tlrsi -ves but really
hair KrowiiiK all over the scalp
you care for pretty soft hair and
of it surely K''l a J.'i cent hold
Know lion s Danderlne from any d
i? 1st or toilet counter and Just ti
niond Curry Martin Flanagan HukIi
Mellon. lid Fred Hurl. '.lames Math la
Slegfred John Hill and Jai i Blair
Tbursda) IVbruarj 8lh
Cereal with Hates; Qrahnm Muffins
Creamed Sub Codfish: baking powder
Biscuits assorted N'uts with Itais-
Insi Luncheon Cocoa
Salmon salad; Dinner Hulls: Chocolate
Cream; Crackers; Cheese;
AFTER FIVE YEARS
PILES ClHtED IN i TO l I DAYS.
! Your druggist will refund money If
IpAZO OINTMENT falls to cure any
Case of Itching Blind Bleeding or
ProtrudiniT Piles in : to II d.ijs. 50c.
Kodak film developed 5 cents a
roll prints ." cents each. l.omliard
siudio Robinson Arcade room 2ifi
Tulsa Oklahoma. Adv.
Margaret lllington Coming to
The Grand Theatre in Kindling
wkw W i.eKgMBfsigflalgBhV
Wlnlhrop Child Was Roatored lo
Health B) t'lnol
"Five years ago our little girl had
a severs attack of diphtheria which
let) lo r subject to bronchitis and
stomach trouble she had been al-
most constantly under medical treat-
mi nt. I have also tried two or three
remedies containing cod liver oil but
found her stomach rebelled against
the oil Reading your description of
Vlnol ( decided to try it and did so
with mosl astonishing results I can.
not begin 10 tell you how she has
Improved because you do not know
what a little sufferer she was for five
years she has gained ten pounds
since she commenced to take Vlnol
and the story of What VlttOl has done
f"i her is only half told In this let-
ter." Mrs Adelaide Mulloy Uin-
Vlnol contains an the healing cura-
tive properties of cod liver oil with-
out the oil and tonic iron added. That
is why it helped this utile kiri after
other remedies had failed
We aak mothers of weak sickly
children to try Vlnol on our offer to
give back your money if it fails to
help them. Tulsa In iik Co. Tulsa
i i: 1 1. 1 t;
TO win I I M i i : -
New Vork Harmon I Workers arc Be-
ing i i Heed linn. Hays Organizer
NEW "i!K. Feb i Diatrlcl it;
torney Whitman is to be appealed to
sa a curt of lust ti sort to protect
young cirls ainom; r li . strikinu rai-
ment workers from white Mae
igenta and cadets. Bath Mayor Qay
nor anil John D. Rockefeller Ii-
tiavc been apepaled to. Mine Qertruds
Bgrnum strike organiser lays but
offered no aid
"Several Of the girl strikers have
already t n enticed away i believe'
saui Miss Barnum "for they h iv
failed t" pUI In appearance nt our
ii tlnga and cannot be found.
M fola La I'oiiette who has
be. i doing picket duly; Miss Barnum
Harris Rest settletotehl worker and
Maurice Leon m attorney win be
among those who call on Mr. Whit-
man rr. I.arkins Osteopath opr. Kress s.
I ill PKAl E PIPE FOB Wll -on
iioii.m Horn Him win vi-it the tn.
angnratlon in Mitn-b.
WASIIINOTOK Feb. 4.- Hollow
limn Hear of South Dakota an In-
dian chief and the original "I the pic-
ture oi the Indian oS treasury n tea
wia receive an Invitation to the in-
auguratlon cei stnoniss
The chief desires to present to the
new president a gerut peace pipe The
gift will he presented aith tribal COTS-monies.
Rl-X A. HUNMCITT
Formerl) s.io violinist and
u icher mi The ihorwoot
Musi Hi bind Chicago MuslO
furnished fur ill ocosslong
Phono i&K Kasldenos not
( oca (ol i
Watch l he
crow n ou lioltlcs and see
(hat it is
Fha Itnam Isl transactions f
business men are handled by
he Colonial Trust company in
i in. inner i haracterlssd by thor-
mghneaa in attending to every
total! as weii as promptness
md courtes al ill times Both
LCtlva and Inactive accounts m-
osgwnsagew fm uvmmtimmum
Bpeolal attention and a full
oorreotlon in glass nttiuK is our
R. C. WOODWARD
Willi Kendall Drug Co.
I'D B. Second St.
may be hard to fit an eyeglass
mounting to. but this does not
mean thul 1 cannot fit it per-
fectly. I've a lens for every eye a
MOUNTING to lit every shape
of nose so let me examine your
eves for fat surfaced IsnSOS In-
visible Bifocals or best of all a
combination of Bifocals or Toric
or oval shaped lenses.
Then you' see perfecty.
I grind my own lenses no
temptation to substitute
I . N DERSON
Iptomctiiat Clt Hook More
THE BRIGHT CM riu
Is sold at
119-121 1'ist I'll st Street
t Icon Prompt
I'ure I "oil-.
MARY C. MAXY
Corner "f Cheyenne and Seventh sts.
(iaaoea In t . Water colors :ui
4 1 1 1 tit) Terms Mk to gl.OO.
Pictures and Mm fnr saio.
World Wants (.let Uesults
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