Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 21, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 3, 1919 Page: 4 of 10
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OKLAHOMA CUV T1MK3 SATURDAY MAY 8 1919
CHER 4.'J Writ Park
lac will entertain this eve
. nine Willi ( dancitiff parly
I St Paul'i parish Imiise for their
UfMtr Mm fclirahetii taiiagner.
fclld bar housegursis fur the week-end
fUUa V... U.IN.n. .1 rk.mmT
Miii Bernire CM of hi Reno and
Jdlu Evtlyn Rcdnig n( Kansas Uty
on Ky. whn hn been th f ucsl for
'' l I. . .1 It. I t.m
nsj put iwo wnni in mi. aim
Ceorwe H. Ilrair of Hi East Four-
tetatn itreel "Will leave today for
sVorrisnstyille III. where the will join
fief husband Doctor unworn tnrnier
president of Epworth university hare
jrho ll returning from Australia
'where he liai been tmirinic with a
Stidpath lyreum Irrtnre roiirve.
On WednfMlay Mr. V M. West-
fall cntertainnl Mr. Ilradturd and
er hnstess Mr. Hiaucr and Mr.
K. H. Wilson at I o'clock Itinchfi'ti.
' A letter fiuni diaries I). Kle.
Vho hai been with the Tilth division
in France to his parents. Mr. and
Mrs. C A. Poyle of II.W North Mc
Kinley lvemie states that lie is now
attending American university m
outhirn I ranre. wline he will re-
main until he rrvitn liwir the 1at
Chanter A. i' I Ml '"''.V
sxeekly merlin: with M". I-fault 1 .
Shepard of 711 Kat Nuilh MreC.
when a number of rikMs were prev
ent each member beuiu permitted to
entertain a Ruet for the day. Mn-
fred E. Keeler and Mrs. W. (.. Btt
were elected deleft" he u.u
ntiTeotion of P. t. O to he held in
- Tutu next Wednesday and Thunday.
.During the focial hour leral read-
inp were Riven by Mrs. U A.
ConnetJ. and the hostess served a buf-
fet luncheon of which the eon ses
were carried out in the organisation
" colon of yellow and white the "me
f olor motif hri een in the
live bowla of snapdra..ns and dais.e.
The fhantfr will he 'nrr"fl'
lUy U by Mr.. Krele- m h'r hoi.-
t 415 Et Ninth strf't ..
Mr and Mr. Hori-r lUs.le.i jr.
have as their ue.t Inr - wree..
the Utter1. M'ler. M. '
ha of llcunc'v-v. vhn will at end
the track meet in .1".m.ii this after-
noon. W !
Mrs. H I' t'oIH . i f I'l We.t
Thirty-filth -t xet h ft t'" - rm"ui"5
for Lawton. wlifie she v -il! ren I tlic
week-end. Mrs. (n!l:n. rrl" ne1 re-
cently from Came'un. M".. where she-
went in March l. mte-d a reuniim :
Mis. W. II. A aiir. ' ..( lit)! West
Ninth street will li.nr as hrr jtuesl
the last of lien! week h" si'le-r Mrs.
j. C. Wallate of Wavimka who will
itop here lor a lew days on her way
Some from the state o'livention at
uUa of 1'. K. ().. 'if which he is the
lupreme correinundinp secretary.
1 Mri. Nettie ). Matthews who is
tnikini her home wtlt her daughter
MfJamesi liiiriif; end ilr.
Bfof '0 West F.ijjliteenth street
returned Thursday from California
where the has spent the winter visit-
ing in Los Aimcles an.l Long Beach.
' Mm. 1. Frank Koach of W West
Nineteenth street le't Thursday
for Lincoln Neh. where she will
apnt the month with her sun Vals-
A number nt Oklahoma Cy
women returned last evening from
Titrcell where they attended the dis-
trict meeting t the Women's Mis-
lionary society of the Southern Me'h-
odiit church which held a two-day
aeision May 1 and 2. AimftiK them
were Mrs. J. A. Mercer conference
president; Mrs. S. T. King superin-
tendent of mission study and pub-
licity; Mrs C. W. MiKeeheii district
secretary Mrs. (iaylord Hooth Mrs.
T. W. Sparks Mrs. C. A. German.
Mr. ' Jerkins. Mrs Fisher Mrs.
D. B. Harvill. Mrs. W. J. Moore
Mr. Erwin M.Nea!. Mrs W. W.
Robinson Mrs. H. It Mi Knight and
Milt Lena Smith. Rev. M. I.. Unt-
ie r presiding elder of l'ie Oklahoma
City district and Rev. W. J. Moore
pastor of the K"ivorth church' also
attended the meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. 1. ( . linell uf 14Xj
Wtlt Twenty-seventh street enter-
tained at 6 o'clock dinner last eve-
ning Dr. and Mrs. N. K. Nowlin.
Vlilt Kdna Jones Mist Jewell
Cutrhmn of Warrensburp. Mo and
aster Frank Grave-. l ems anil
red roses formed a centerpiece for
' The Merry Maids were entertained
Jhuriday evening by Miss Juhree
alloway of 1715 North Hudson ave-
nue. Miss Galloway will go to Nor-
Biln todav tn attend the track meet.
Othert who will attend the track and
field meet at Norman tnd.iv are Miss
Clira Swatek Miss t arrie Power.
Mill Lou Marshall and Miss Oran
i-lltt. Robert I . Smith and little
tlaughler. Mary Majorie. uf 1405 West
Ninth itreet will leave Wednesday for
Teicli. where she w ill visit Miss I e-
rt Moore in Fort Worth for a week.
iiftcf which ike will he the guest of
rityda and relatives in Dallas for a
ew .weeks longer.
. Ifr. anil Mrs. L. T. Sammons and
llMarktr V'inwnr n( i U'mI
jeetrth street have as their sfueits tint
week Mr. and Mrs J. W. Shofi.er of
Holdenville and Mr. Harry Sweeney
of Kolcomo tnd Miss Simmons and
Sr. Swsney are spending the day at
oftMn. whan they will attend the
; . v
y A May i luncheon in pink and white
wu f4M by Mr. U Mccartny oi
itS Was Trtr-irst street when
ihe sOttrfoltttsl the Cluta Bridge
LM Hut with Mrs. H. M. Sis-
Unv Prant Jeswints and Mrs.
.'J 4 mm ... . ulitllinaal mamm
1 ;"ia4os hv cot gtaaa basket
LW anring sigerions taomta
ana taWt a4 coriaga
RS. ROBERT L. SMITH 1405 West Ninth itreet.
one of the pretty young matron of society with
her little daughter Mary Marjoric.
ON'I- II. t ! . ; u : 1 1 1 ft American
cheese I scaped l ore pi.rt ' i
whipped rrc.im one tahle-
'ponnftil ol powdered gelatine
four tahlespnntifiiK of boiling
water n It and paprika to taste. !
I'iss.dve l'ie grla'.me m hoilinrt
water strain add the cheese
whipped cream an I flavoring l'our
into a mold until cold. Talie out
and slue. Serve with a hoilef
dre' ire Tin proportion is enouxh
for tw -Kr
MKS gf.orgf: STII.FS.
14.' I West Thirty-fifth St.
bmiquct of carnations was presented
to Mrs. Sisson who won the C'teM
favor. Mrs. Waller W. Hawkins re-
reived the club favor'. A nev mem-
ber v ho was received i'lto the club
at this meeting was Mrs. W. Gov is
Cummi'pffs. Next Saturday evcnin;;
the club members and their husbands
will be entertained i.i the home of
Mr. ami .Jis Uwrlcs Thomas iJI
West Twenty-third street.
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. McCarthy will
leave this afternoon for a motor tup
to Chicka'ha. where they will sp-nd
week with tiie tatter's mother Mrs.
The Rev 1. S. M'irrovv of Atoka.
who arrived Monday to he the gueit
ol his iirandson. Mr. John McBrido.
and Mrs. McIUide of 7.") West
Twentieth street end to attend the
M.vnnii- frand lodRr left yesterday
morniiiK 'or his home
Mrs. f). I. liarrett nt Alius will ar-
rive Monday to meet Poctor Gmctt
who is returning from Frame. They
will be the guests of Mrs. A. A
Cronk of 101 Fast Third street.
A farewell dinner bridii w as given
rstrrdav afternoon for Mrs. F. Hu
ber. the hnueouest lor the past mont.i
of Mrs. F. C. Thiele. in her hostess
Mra. Mcrrhon Found Speedy
Relief After 13 Yeara
'I hail suffered from itumaeh trouble
for IS rniii. mid had npent hundreda of
ilillniH dwlorlrif Every winter I was
linlfiiat most rf the time. I eommneed
Imklnir Milks Kniiilnli'n lust tall and tit-
fTir I hint taken half a doten tiottlri
nir tom.nh trouble iliBppfr1 and I
hv hud no return nf It aim. Tlila la
the fit Hi sinter In IS )fnr that 1 have
nnl been hrrlfsnt I iil-n nlv Milks
Riniitrlo.i In Hie ihil.lren for rroup svllh
uplendld rinulm." - Mrs V . O. Mernlion.
Thouofirtrtd rf people who have tiif-
fered for r from tomi-h and himtl
Irouhlen ! Mia. M-rshon did. have
found the m wonderful relief tnd
tamlnir hnefit from Mills F.muliilon.
tlllka Kmnlilon la a plensant nutri
tive food and a corrective medleln. It
reMorea htalthy natural bowel artlon
dolnsr away with all need ot pills and
ph)alc. It prnmolia appetlta and qultk-
ly puta Ih dla-isallre nrnna In thap to
aaalmllatt food. Aa n hulldae of fleah
and etreneth. Mllka Kmutalon la atrona-
ly reeommaoded to run-down nervous
people and It haa produced amailna; re.
aulla In many cam-a nf tuherculnata of
tha lunfa. Chronk atomarh trovthla and
oonsulpathsn ara promptly relieved
usually In tin day.
Thl- la tha only mild emulalon mads
and ao nalatahl that II la ealen with a
anoon Ha lea ereum. A truly wonderful
medlrlna foe week sickly ehlldran.
Ho mstler how ser your eaiut. you
art urrad to try Milks Emulsion un-
der this guarantee -Take sl hot ties
horn with r". It 'wdlnir to it.
rertlona and If not satisfied with the
reeults.'Shvone money will be promptly
refunded. Prlre ic and 11.10 per hot-
tie. The Mima Kmulelon Co. Terrs
Haute tnd 8flM and revommended bi
ll! lf4lf druCTlata. (Adv.)
rholo by Wotton.
home at IMS' West Thirty-first street
An orchestra from the high school
furnished special music for the dm
r.er. svhich was served in three
courses with decorations of red and
white rut flower Those who shared
i the ho pitalitf nf the hostess were
Mrs. ... R. Wil.nn Mrs. Hugh Mc
Donald. Mrs. 1. I Stemmer. .Mrs. A
A Supply of the New Nineteen-Nineteen
Pressing it Now Available
And Manufacturing Jewelers
Expert workmen in cither fine who want to
work umlcr ideal conditions in a new ghop
fully equipped well lighted and ventilated .
cool and sanitary and who can earn the
highest salary should write or apply in per-
The Hartwell Jewelry Co.
i;m.m west main strut
For DR. IRISH'S CORN KILLER. Call your
druRfrist for DU. IRISH. DR. IRISH will re-
move your corns without pain permanently.
All you have to do with DR. IRISH is to paint
the corn. No cutting no danger of infection.
Order DR. IRISH'S CORN KILLER now-
phone for it while the matter is fresh In mind.
H &crjtclj - STone hm
f. Bowling Mrs. W. E. Sloan Mrs
H. P. Rryca Mri. C. A. Ration Mrs
S. R F'vans Mrs. A. Milllfan Mrs
R. S. Davis Mrs. Wsrd Simples
Mrs. Jack Sanborn and Mrs. W. N.
DeSalfon. Mrs. Huber was presented
with a guest favor and Mrs. Samples
Mrs. Sanborn and Mrs. Evans made
high scores. Mrs. Huber left this
morning for her home in Jennings
Miss Marguerite Streeter of 1.11
East Tenth street is a guest at the
Gamma Phi Deta home over the
Miss Marguerite Mattlson Miss
Dorolhv Roney Miss Kathryn Ittner
and Miss Miry Overholser stent to
Norman yesterday where they at-
tended a kappa Sigma dance last eve-
ning. Miss Mattison was a melt alio
it a Kappa Alpha dance this morning
and Miss Ittner and Miss Overholser
will attend a dance at the Sigma
Alpha Epsilon house this evening.
Mrs. Mable McClelland and son
Kendrirk of 705 West Twenty-second
street have purchased a home at 1 4 1 (
West Thirtieth street to which they
will soon move.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kesler opened
their new home 1111 West 1'ark
I'lare to the members of the Sunset
Knibroidery club and their husbands
Thursday evening when cards and
dancing were enjoyed. Potted plants
and spring flowers were used in j.he
dHoraiion of the rooms. A picnic
supper was served at the close of the
evening Favors in the game of cards
went to Mrs. Dell Decker and Mr
The special guests of the evnint;
were Mr. and Mrs. pecker Mr. and
Mrs. George Gaddis Mr. and Mrs. O.
L. Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
Murray Messrs Earl Frarier Mark
H. Kesler Guy L. Doughty and Elmo
FAIR WEATHER COMING
FOR WESTGULF STATES
WASHINGTON. May J-Weath-er
predictions for the week begin-
ning Monday are:
West Gulf States Generally fair
with temperature below normal first
half and normal second half of the
Lower Missouri Valley Gener
ally fair and low temperature. Oc
rasional frosts probable.
I II M I 1 I I
ICE CREAM SOLD
AT CHURCH SALES
IS NOT TAXABLE
Revenue Collector Makes
Ruling Here This Morning
Sales nf soli drinks ire rreani and
similar articles ol food or drink other-
wise taxable by individuals or organ-
isations stirh as religious educational
or charitable societies oiisperial oc
casions only such as church festivals
and social parties will not he taxable
under the war revenue provisions ai -
cnnlinft to information from the office
of Hubert I.. Itolen collec tor of inter-
n.il resenue this mor nitip. Similar
sales in stands or booths at agricul-
tural fairs raring parks public exhi-
bitions circuses shows and similar
places are taxable. The distinction Ires
in the fai t of the sale being-made by
the person conducting a place nf bus-
iness even Ihousli tliev are temporary
and inerelv incidental sales which can
not (lrnpi-rlv be considered "business"
If articles are purc'ia1 ed Vliicli are
siibi.-il !! l he liisuiy tax. ' ileu sail
and are subsequently rrturnrd l the
enilor the sale haviiiK lieep rescinded
no tax is due. If the tax has been paid
it should be refunded to the purchaser
and the vendor may take credit there-
for arainst the tax in the subsequent
monthly return. If a taxable article
is sold by the vendor and later ex-
changed for another article at a hih
rr price the purchaser paying the dif-
ference the purchaser must pay the
tax on the second sale ami the vendor
shall give credit or refund to the pur-
chaser of the tax paid on each of the
taxable articles returned and take a
credit therefor and include it in his
subsequent monthly r7ort. In coni-
putiiiK the tax a fractional p.irt of a
cent shall be disreftarded unless it
amounts to one half nf a rent or more
in which case it shall be. increased to
a full cent.
Rub tha forehead
and templet with
NEW r RICES Mo Oe $129
is its full tone volume rare indeed in small grands.
This distinct and distinctive musical superiority coupled with
Vose remarkable action ind exquisite casing make the Vose highly
Compared with other grands priced elsewhere at $700
THE VOSE is convincingly the best value in the market.
The Vose Small Grand is ideally proportioned for the smaller music
room of the June Bride's new home.
Surprisingly convenient terms may be imaged for grinds or
Don't Fail to
"Lonesome That's All"
The most beautiful ballad ever published. On Victor record
.I'crt music and player roll.
The Steinway New Style A World'a Most Perfect Plane
The Steinway Duo Art 6rand
The Wotld'i Greatest Pianists Playing tha Steinway
115 N. Broadway
UNDER TERSOAL SUPERVISION OF
Kitchen Open to Full View of Diners
An Attractive Novelty
Come See Your Food Prepared and Cooked
Club Breakfaet 25c to 60c
Noon Day Lunch; 80c
Evening Dinner 75c
A LA CARTE SERVICE ALL DAY
Open 6 a. m. Close 8:30 p. ra.
PARIS RIOTERS MUST
TARIS; May 3-(Hivis.)-Eighty-Seven
persons who wert arrested dur-
ing the demonstrations on May day
will he brought before a courtmartial
to answer charges of assault rebel-
lion making seditious utterances and
carrying prohibited weapons the news
papers say. i A nupiber of these under
arrest ire of foreign birth and car-
ried large sums of money.
Educational Conference Ad-
dressed by Garden Expert.'
Arnird with statistics ami practical
information to bark up his statements
I rof. J. I . Muerman special assistant
director U. S. garden armv. United
States bureau of education Washing-
ton D. C made an interesting talk
on the returned- soldier problem be-
lore members of the national confer
ence on rural education and country
hie in session at the Marvin hotel
1 rotessor Muerman took as his
Began wtth beau Itching. Scalp
red and sore and Itched and burned
till could not sleep. Hair all came
out till head waa ss clear as palm of
hand. A friend advieed Cutlcura
Began using free sample and after
waida bought more. Thraa cakea
Soap and three boxes Ointment
From signed statement of Miss
Leanner Bonds R. F.U.J Boa 158
Make Csjtlmrs Soap and Ointment
your dally toilet preps re lions.
iacc. eurnnmi auauo powder of
lasuaenog iraanaca. ass. en
Tbe DeEshfnl Featire
223 W. Main St.
topic Secretary Lane's plan to pro-
vide work ind homes for soldiers and
made a special plea for the $IOOi(iO-
(XV land bill now. under consideration
it Washington. This land if pur-
chased Professor Muerman says
should be divided up into thirty forty
or fifty-acre tracts bounht by lite gov
Scoff i Grand OperaCo.
Wrtxtss'iy Evening. Fair Grounds Audrtoritini
Scat Sale Opens at 9 a. iti.
Daily at Fraderlckson-Kroh Co.
PRICES: Orchestra $3.88; Parquet. $2.75 and $2.20;
Balcony $3.85 $3.30 $2.75 $2.20 $1.65 $1.10;
Boxea Mating aix $27.50.
100 artists headed by Antonio Scotti
Big Stellar Caatll Symphony Orcheatrall
Superb Stage Setting!
Direct From the Metropolitan Opera House New 'York.
FINE SEATS AT ALL PRICES AVAILABLE.
BUY YOURS TODAY.
You cannot afford
(or your appearance
and your health!
sake to try a boot-
lace cortet that is in
the procea of evolu-
tion. Redfern Front-
Lace it preferred
became it it perfected.
TW MaTMf eflbaiAava CttH0tKfff ina
ernment (or tha soldier and Bald foi
by the soldier on easy terms am
under f ivnrahle conditions He he
lievcs after a thorough Investigation!
that 50 percent nf the returned soli
diers are willing to take up farm work
under this plan and would with tb
proper co-orition establish hornet.
A Hlf-tJjllHmf aef pruitt
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Gaylord, E. K. Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 21, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 3, 1919, newspaper, May 3, 1919; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc171113/m1/4/: accessed April 19, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.