Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 233, Ed. 1 Friday, December 29, 1916 Page: 5 of 14
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OKLAHOMA CITY TIMES FRIDAY DECEMBER "gn 1916.
romorrow's Events i Funds Asked for
War Zone's Needy
MlM Marirltn (ollliiaham ilanm al
ffl? 1"V7 hmtwr t H
ritrahrth Isimhall af M I oul. I . '
Mnsr lilamntDl f vtlohil. Ill
fh Sine. l.lhrl lhr I'aulin Mf-
Ur ml tlrleii lli
l4e Irlr annual hall l.rr llaik-
I'lwlan rlah. rrnln( art Mr. anil
Mr. H. .1. ll.HI.ml
hplrr . r. I'.. O. Mim Marr Har-
din aliirtla.r rrrnlng Hurt Mr. aiul Mr:
rrank J. l.
feature) Ktrnlna llrlilfe i lull Mr. anil
Mr. Tlr T. Male.
lHirl aril luh Mr ami Mr.
SS. M. I'luli. rtenln; parlt Sir. anil
Mr. Jaacuh U imnirrniMit.
t AMI MKS. K'K !1 VKI) A.
VO.SK rulrrUitiril siith .1
must aMlaitisc dinner dance
last cscning tnr their daugh-
It Mim Margaict o r. The .ticst.
ssrre artci ;i snrill t.il.lrs ss hull urrr
beautifully drroiatcd isitli large los
n( diflrrent colored' tulle .1 1 1 I I lirist-
mas tandics in f.iui v ili'tiaris. Music
W'as plavcd during dinner and between
tlir (liiitirr njiirscs d.uniiu; v .11 en
r' fl by fllr young tollc . Mr .ml
Mm Wise weie .1 s 1 ? r 1 1 liv Mr..
harles hdward iluiMii. Mil. I 'I
ward I'. I l.ivts' Mrs. (harles H. Pope
ami Mrs. Chailcs Mi mi Tin- yue-li
included Misses Mars i.llcn Mellon
Jessie Stone Henry lone Osrrliol-cr
Caroline Yosc. M4rg.nct Is'r.lt. Mar-
'one Harris M.us Ml lur.- h'rbrua
I atnli 1 r; i 1 1 1 . WriiJil. M 11 ( lirno
Mrtli ( lara Herniie Wil 111 li. roll's
I'ud'oii ITial.eth Masses Kiiili I'.ulk-
!es. Kliralietli Unlklry. of Sihna. kai
da Sohlheig lo'cphine Isnse l.olic
Msvards. I.looe Hmi-el Me-sts.
Inhn Junlrii. Ilanirl I l-..m. Iiani;
Wil'.oii. Slditcs I'.io I. I.rurr W.
Knox ir.. Iiri'im1 tiiitiitit Philip Kerr.
Marviii Walker I isln r A'lirs. Piihard
Kilssrll IIikikUs Slliarl I i iri I m.l r
jr. Kuy Hiiffinan jr. Kiilianl IvIwar'N
Stniitnn 1 hati Iht mim Arthur W i
1 .i" 1.
The nujrstir prnn of '0-
eirfy hrautiftit ami c.prcs-
ive. When cnnsiilrritiR tl'f
purrlue of a iliamond it
1 n wrll to rumnntirr tlie a-
furanrt of quality i ac-
cnuiltahlr largrly to the
character anil rrliahilily of
the hnp joii fiatrnnizr.
Thr asvirtrnrnt hon
hrrf it fpnially Rond and
particularly in ring.
And not only do wr bot
of finality diamond hut
other prrciotn Rfinn ai
tured to Order
Mm. Nina Dutf photnuraphtd on her
tecent arrival in New York.
Mrs. Nm.i l)urra. an Amrriran
uoin.in wh'i is ilmim mm h ti alleviate
die MiidriiiL's nf the war vntinis. has
I irtiirrrd t 1 tlii (lumlrv i raie funds
' to lai'ry mi lur wmk he is presidnit
I nf the lliitvc.i rnininittee nf Amerirati
s.ir nlict and rrrrive I .1 decoration
li"iii the I'.i'Uiiin Kmrriimnit lor her
' v. ul; in the field.
Mr and Mi. J.Kijur J iUr en:er-
tallied a lew triripU very inforinally a
hru!(;e hut rruin' in honur of T and
Mrs V. W-Aldoii of Ihmer and Mr.
; and Mrs A I S hrrh r i f lliustnii
I Mr. and Mr-. J ( il lieu Lmtueilrr re-
(eicd ( 1 10 fu-t iie and the lionnr
1 unci were rai ii ne-entrd with la-
I'ln-t Ih.i'mIuIIv app uu!rd lunill
eon h.i that yten srMerday at I
n'tloik liy Mi s f av (ien when .she
I was asisljd hv lu r mother Mrs I. M
( liini Mr-. H. I. Wilkin and Mr j.
W. fjuilly. The liviinj touius where the
J k'uc-ls were inruod wen; Illicit with
the ( hnstnias Vuletidc favors and dec-
orations and mi ra.li lahle as a n il-
. terpie. e a- a larc shower of ted car-
; nations. The kui-:s were Mtw Khz-
'aheili (. mini 11-e Main I. Mai inn and
; I illun Wilkin Ileum e Me Ka
I Moure diamond ot W ichita llrnnelta
Knox Nannie Watt of Kvanston III.;
Marcaret Hraner l adijah and Harriet
I I olcord. Doioihv Stone Mary Harrah
' Mary Neal. I liahrlli and Kalhcrme
'Kurd l.rmita (.rant. Helen draper
Maifian: Atwo.... Yehiu Wtdty 1'ail-
: lii.e Stafford Iv'nth t .oodholme Helen
I v'ptou l.oui-c Hutoit ( lina Harrison
I Marv Hurkr Vivian Ni.lnds llrleii
i f'rttee. I-Tizahrth .ardner Ida dill.crt
I Isahelle Jlarriss Mildred Dailey Mary
I Ovrrholser Marv Klirahelii Wilson of
I Tulsa Maty Miilsry. Nina I'tnn. lePn
! liianson. l.vdia (.uthrie. l-.lir.ilirtli
' 1 1 ... 1 1 i- . 1
oian in'' iiruwn 1 auime iiarri-
.son. Kowrna I'stes. av Stewart. l)or.
nthy llofitnaii Margaret Johnson
I. auia draves Anna KniRh: M.iry
I'riie. ( orinne l o-ter Vera Alexandet.
Kuhy l!oMlton f.roria Van Horn!
l-.du.i Moore and Mars Kohert-on.
Tomorrow! Jersey Sweaters
Worth $2 $2.50 and $3 0 1
All Wool Jersey Sweater close tiRht futms roll necl
tyle. bies (Or men ami hoyi in navy hlue Rray and
maroon. Special for Saturday only your
(l irsl Moor)
W. J. PETTEE & CO.
Oklahoma City Okla.
To Wind Up the Old Year.
Ladies' Suits worth AO
2S ind yfi; thoire. . . . v.tO
I.udiri' J'hisli I oats
! worth up to f.15 choice
60 to close out; serges wor-
steds and funcy novelties;
values up to $20.00; choice
The Merry Maids that rluh of at
tractive ynuii( Rirls who are ju( hr
XimuiiK to "ktow up" (ave their an
mml hall la't night in the hallrooin of
the I ee llurkiris hotel. It w as a thor
oughlv deltyhtfiil affair in every way
After Ihe school work of the jrar the
Ihtistmas holid.is seems especially
wehome :md with the presence of those
younn f dk who are awav at srlnxil.lhis
winter and a nuniher of charming out-
nf town visitors guests it was t lie more
eniosahle. The hall was opened al 9
o'cloik with die grand march led liv
Miss Horothy Stone the chili president
and Ml. tiiyl Anderson A luiflet siii
per was served at 1 1 ;.V) o'clock. The
ilupctotn of the evening svere Mr. and
Mm. Hii hard T. Ham-.s. Mr. and Mrs
V W llovd. Mr. and Mrs. (irmge IV
j St H:e. Mr. and Mrs CiIIm rt A. N i Ivil-
i and Mr. and Mis William Mee Allium;
the mil of t.v n guest e i-e Mis Nan
: nine Watt of 1 vanston. III.. Mis lj
Moi.re liiaiiumd of Wichita. Miss Hetty
V incent of I I h'eno Miss Helen Hart
ley of Helena Mont Mr.s Marv l'.lia-
heth Wilson of Tulsa Mr. Thomas
Hear. mi of ; Keno Mr William
Kirpps of Okmulgee. Mr. William .'v
Wilson of lula and Mr William 1
Smith of Sherman. The Merry Maids
on hide Misses Iiorothy Stone Heatriie
Maitey Marguerite Mattison Henrietta
Hovd Isahelle llarrtss Klinor Inner
Kathryn Itlner. Helen dupton Mar-
garget fafield. I.hahelh rasihall.
Ilerniie Mee ITtiaheth Nichols and
Mi. and M r. Mnrrii Hoffman whose
marriage in New York City S'as an
interesting event of Nmeniher .'"I. r
ned this morning fur a sho't sisit
with their lirother Mr. lienrv Is
Mr. and Mrs. Waller 1 . Caldwell
wilt entertain with a dinner this eve-
ning in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Hoff-
man sslto are leaving tomorrow eve-
ning for St. I.onii where thfsr will he
at home at tire Hotel Ituckingham.
A' 1? U
Miss l.li'.iheth I'asrhall who is at-
tending National I'ark neminary
Washington this winter aid who is
pendnig the holidavi with her father
Mr Walter II. I'aschall will entertain
on I'ridav evening January 5 with 1
dance to he given in the I.ee-Hmkins
Mi I'velyn Hnninger will entertain
with a theater party at the Overhnlsrr
Mrs P. !.. Nims will entertain on
Hitirday afternoon svith a hridge in
honor of Miss Helen Nim who is
home from National-Park seminary
l-ore't (den Md. for the holidjys.
Mr. Henry K. Hoffman is leaving
tomorrow morning for Wichita he the
gcust until after New Year's at a house
paity given liy Mr. Jerome Harrington.
Miss Pearl Pollock of College
Springs Iowa is the geust of her aunt
Mr.s. Phil C. Ilaird and the Rev. Baird
The hridge to have been given this
afternoon hy Miss Phaye Hodgins in
honor of Mrs. J. P.. Connery of New
Castle-. Neh. was postponed until Tues-
day. Miss Pauline Stafford teases Sun-
dae for Memphis Temi. for a ihorl
visit before returning to Hollins Va.
Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Hiddle arrived
from Tulsa Monday to reside perma
nently in Oklahoma Citv and are at
nome ai ?u r.asi m.xiii street.
Mrs. II. A." Hurt of Fort Worth it
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Cole-
man. Mrs. Coleman is entertaining in-
formally at bridge this afternoon in
honor of Mrs. Hurt.
Mr. Frank C. Shoemaker and little
j son Jacques returned this morning
from Maryville Mo. where they spent
Christmas with Mrs. Shoemaker's
mother Mrs. I.. Michau. Mr. Shoe-
maker returned Wednesday from F.I
Paso where he was called on business
just before Christmas.
Miss Jewel Mattison will leave Mon-
day for Tulsa to attend the wedding
of Miss Ruth Hurt and Mr. Horace
I l itr. of Independence Kan. which
j takes place Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Chauneey P. Nichols
I returned last night from a short visit
1 in Ada.
The Killkare club met yesterday with
! Mrs. Robert A. l intey who had as spe
cial guests Mrs. Yshite and Mrs
Iconaid Hancock West. The high
score of the ftetnoon was made by
Mrs. Allen M. Street The club will
meet next sveek with Mrs. tieorge (iro-
gn. n 01
Mr. H. W. Moore of Indianapolis is
the guest nf his son Mr. Warren E.
Moore and Mrs. Moore for several
" Miss Dorothy Walker of F.dmond
who came to attend the afternoon
bridge gisen Wednesday by Miss
Werdna Rives returned home yester-
day. Mr Preston Rabon. who has been
the guest of his cousin Miss Rives
for the holidays returns to his home
in Kinta Sunday.
i The Jefferson Park Auction dull met
yesterday with Mrs. R. II. Wood who
had as additional guests Mmes. A. V.
j( lark I eiiningtiMt A. K. West. A. V.
1 Cutler and Allan llartenhower. Mis.
) Walter Jarrett made the high club
! score tf the afternoon The guest favor
was presented to Mrs. llartenhower.
The rluh will meet neat week with Mrs.
t. I". Woods.
An announcement is made of the
marriage on Wednesday evening it 6
o'clock of Xfiss F.va Mae Stewart to
Mr.' Ralph R. Hudson which took
place in the study of the I ifst Chris-
tian church the Kcv. II. . VsuIKuu
To Charge Customers
All charge purchase Sa'urda) will
be ji-nted to January hooks pasahle
when f rhniary statements are ren-
dered. Not neeessarv to make t ie
rriiiesf ))( Mk -e closed
hTORE OPENS AT 8 A. M. CLOSES AT F. M.
JfeLf: Tw ws Main Harrer. ww leading U lw lnal.
Order By M
We want our customers in all set
tirms of the southwest to take advan-
tage of this wonderful rleiraway
i'i h your orders by today's mail.
Shipping charges prepaid.
Saturday: Last Shopping Day of the Year
Wonderful Before Inventory Values That Place a Great Premium on
Shopping Early and Late Saturday
X . 1
1 rs inc lime is now short just one moro 8hoppinjr day
'ii ID 115 wliicli has been a remarkable year at thi.i More.
And for the final day we hae brought forth some of our
Je-.t IhiiiKrf a veritable feast of bai-Rain.
Thi.s IreniendotiH liefore Inventory Sale has shattered
nil prior reeordH for volume of business. There's a "reason."
of cour.se it is a clearaway that extends to all divisions of
the tstore. Kvery floor and every department has wonderful
economies to offer. In fact practically everything in the
house has been reduced. The price knife has cut deeper in
some places than in others of course but remarkable values
abound here there and everywhere in this jjreat store.
1U:MEMHKK. SATURDAY IS Till' IAST SHOPl'ING DAY
OF THK YKAK AND A FKAST OF GOOD THINGS HAS
10c Yd. for Remnants
Of White Good Worth 15c to 50c
l.serv mnnant in the White (oods section enters this
remarkable value-giving event Saturday. No matter what
the former price the remnant is s. urs at Hc a vard. We
'(.noted the range of price at 1 ;c to Vl a sard sslien. as a
matter of fact there are a few remnants of goods that lor-
inerlv sold at $100 a sard all grouped for this clearing at
10C a yatd. You will find lengths of
Organdies Lofigclolh Lawns Dimitiea Linens Voile
and Nainsook. Most of the values range from 2$c to 5oc
with a few 13c goods and a few $1.00 goods. '
yr 1 Yard for Remnants of Table Damask f.ii.ei f.-i-h.
hkaihcd and imhlea lied ; vor'li 75c and fi) jard. '
'Jc Each for Dtcsjer Scarfs Lssce trimmed; worth 50-
75c Each for Linen Lunch Cloths .V. inch ; worth $150
and $-'.00. ' '
4.00 to 15.00 Kach for Odd Pattern Cloths Worth 16.00
to $J3.00 No napkin to mat. h and lighllv soile.l
Scott-Hjlllburton Co. Flrit Flooe
A Few More Silk Remnants at Half
l inal ilrar a.i . of all rrinnants or short lengths of
Silks Crepes laifetas Satins. I'ailles liengalmes. Velvets
Meteors deorgette ( Inffoin ami Lining Satins. ' Lengths'
ate from a half yard to full dress patterns-Half Price
wntie iney Last.
Enthusiasm Waxing High Over Furs.
Reduced a Third
The radiant richnes and silks- luster of the
Mral hurs of Quality is maintained rigidly i i
this store. Smart effectise ami distinctive
svith charming novelty features whose becooi-
ingness ss ill pas without ipiestion. We should
like to have you come ami .see them.
All Our Exclusive Hudson Seal Coat Mod-
els Reduced a Third Neset -lyles ssitli f-il
flare skirts in various lengths; all rtrliK
lined at l6.( to $160.00 for Coats formcrh
$i.v.no to $J40ui. " ;
-'9.34 for Russian Pony Coat Worth $30.00
It is 4") inches long made ssith full flare and
has an 8 inch nutria fur collar; finished with
fancy buttons and extra heavy lining.
12.50 for Russian Tony Coats luM a hand-
ful of these- .some plain some ss ith skunk col-
lar anil some fitch collars.
I6IJ4 to $74 67 for Near Seal Coats Wor'h
t02.no to $112.00 Lull flare lari;e collars and
Fur Scarfs Muffs and Sets Reduced Ail
the newest stsles anil shapes at various nrics
carts as low as $5.17 instead of $7. and.Muifs start at $7.4 instead of $11.73.
Scott-Halliburton Co. Third Floor
Clearance of Children's Sweaters
Children's All Wool Knit Sweaters I and 4. at $1.04 to
have high collars pockets turnha. k cuffs
honey-cuinh knit ; size 0 only; $1.18
All -White Military Sweater I 'mnes in
sire 6; pockets and close fitted stiffs ;
J1.J5. for 94c.
Knit Cotton Sweaters--Kxtra lieasy
high turn-up collar; come in gray navy
and cardinal; sires"4 5 and 6; $17ij for
All-Wool White Swea-ers Kitra good;
adjustable rollar. close fitted cuffs; come
in siie 0; JJ.J'J for $1 80.
Fancy Sweaters Come in white vsith
rose white ami brown ; etra heavv. all
wool; fJ.TR for $2J4.
istead of $1 39
Fancy Poe SWeateH-svfliaj. !ct bjuc.-
sash ami trim; sires 2"J1nd 4; $j.(X;.
Knit Skirts heavy or light sveight; in
white red or black (solids l; also blac!:
cardinal or gray with borders; 50c value
Knit Skirta niack. blue red Rrav or
white with fanrv borders; three-quarter
length; $1.00 value. 73c.
Eatia Good Skirts Wool nap; gray
black or cardinal with white or black
Baby Sweaters All Wool In white borders; white with 2 inch borders;
white with tdiie trim white with pink trim. 1 white with blue borders; three-quarter
high rollar turnback cuTM sires 1. i I length; $1.25 value for 94C.
French Ivory Included In
This Big Clearaway
Many articles reduced one-fourth ami some as much ai
one-half. All in the 'toilet Goods section on the first floor.
French Ivory Tiays The $1.50 Si.c at $1.00; the $1.00
kind at 75c.
Half Price for Hair Brushes l'renrh Isorv with thir-'
teen rows of stiff bristles at $2.50 instead of $5.00.
Other Rruhes with heavv French ivory ha. ks at $2.00
instead of $4)0 and $1.50 instead of $.1(10.
French !rory Picture Frames l arge square or oval
frames at 73c instead of $1.(10.
Ftench Ivory Dressing Combs All 4oarst teeth of half
fine and half coarse teeth at 50c instead of 75c.
Heavy French Ivory Combs All coare teeth or half
fine at 73c value $1.00; $1.00 .for $1.50 toilet water French
I.ilv of the allev.
officiating. Mrs; Hudson has been a
teacher in the t'tiiversity Heights
school for a number of years. Mr and
Mrs. Hudson left immediately for Oil-
ton. Okla. where they will make their
home Mr. Hudson bring engaged in
Christian Science Leader to Wed.
rOK'lLANP. Ore. Dec. 29 -To-morrow
w ill take place the wedding nf
Mifs F.liiabeth Cadwell of this city
to Irving C. Tomlinson of hoston. Mr.
Totnlinson is prominently identified
with the Christian Science faith being
a former president of the mother
church in I'.oston. The wedding wiirTj
lake place at the Imme of the bride "'"
elect and only a few closest frienda 1
have been invited. j
Ashtabula Disaster Recalled.
ASHTABl'LA Ohio. Pec. 29 -The
fortieth aninsersary of the Ashtabula
bridge railroad wreck one of the most .
frightful disasters ifi the history of th's
country was recalled today bv the dec-
oration of the monument erected to the 1
unidentified victims who are buried in!
Chestnut (irove cemetery. Although
two score sears have come and pone1
since that terrible night when the Pa- '
cific express on the Lake Shore road
crashed through the iron framework
that spanned the Ashtabula creek car-1
Tying with it I'iO persons more than
half of whom met a frightful death
there ate still a number id the older
residents of the town who are able to
recall the disaster. Moreover the
scene of the wreck will remain for all
time a silent w itness to the horrors of I
that nignt and the rows of snow cov-
ered mounds in a lot set apart in the
cemetery today told their own story.
"JUwds of the Hlue Midge." featur-
ing Bessie Barrisrale is said to be a
picture without a hug squeere or a
Crescent Grocery and Market
As the curtain will noon fall on this good old year we experience real pleasure in ex-
tending New Year's Greetings and thanks to our many friends and customers for the
kindness and loyalty of their patronage throughout the past year. It has been your
help that has made our success possible.
OUR FUTURE PURPOSE
We will try as never before to merit the confidence and favor of eery economical
housewife by continuing our policy of always handling the best food products at
prices which are right. May the New Year hold in titore many goods things for Old
Friends and New. i
Specials For Saturday
Suggestion for the
What happier gift for yourself
son or daughter than a $5 schol-
arship in Mrs. Donnclly-lct-id's
School of Dancing?
What will you do New Year's
afternoon and night? Mrs. Dim.
ttcll)-Keid it giving a dansant in
the afternoon i until rt and at
night from "J to 12. Friends and
patrons cordially invited.
303V N. Broadway.
Fancy Pork Loin Roast per pound. . . .15c
Morris' Supreme Bacon slab or half
rJab per pound 25c
Flank Steaks per pound 20c
A fine lot of Fat Capons per pound. .25c
Plenty of Turkeys. Geese Ducks.
Frying size Chickens Hens Fancy
Lamb Lnmb Chops Veal Beef Tenderloin
Brains Veal Hearts Tongues Pimento
Ham Jones Dairy Farm .Sausage Kosher
Sausage and Corn-Fed Beef.
TMI HIGME5T QUALITY
INK 1ST rIACMKMI MOW I ftMiaivA
Fancy Romaine Head Lettuce Leaf
Lettuce Fgg riant. Cauliflower Green
Onions Radishes Parsley Rhubarb Car-
rots. Beets Hubbard Squash Parsnips
Fresh Tomatoes Spanish Onions Celery
Turnips und Cucumbers.
We have a few cans of Club Fruits in
the following varieties which we will clean'
up before inventory:
Club House Red Raspberries 3oc size
Club House Loganberries. .15c size for. 30c
Club House Gooseberries. 35c size for. .30c
Club House Kgg Plums. 35c size for. . 30c
Club House Sliced Peaches 3.rc size for30e
Per dozen jissorted $3.B0
Wc have only a few dozen come early.
Fancy Black Twig Apple per peck...B0e
Kxtra Fancy Jonathan Apples peck. . 8
Extra Fancy Wine Sap Apples pcck..
Kxtra Fancy Ortlcy Apples per peck.Wc
Kxtra Fancy Florida Grapefruit 2 for.lBc
Extra Fancy Largo Grapefruit I0
Three for sj
Oranges per dozen 25c 30c and 40a
Florida Tangerines per dozen 33a
Fancy Malaga Grape per pound. . . .25
Fancy Mixed Nuts per pound Z2
Fancy Do Luxe Fruit Cake per pound KOa
We have a fresh lot of Maple and Cane
sugar just the right size per eaka.' Cj
Youri for a Happjr and Pretpcroua Nw Yaar
Phone PBX-114 RUCKS & THOMAS 205 17. C
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