The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 36, No. 115, Ed. 1 Monday, May 1, 1911 Page: 8 of 8
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THE LEADEH flTTTTTRTE OKCJf
The conveniences of this store are atthe disposal of
Visiting Masons Attending the Consistory
Visiting Mason their wives and frionds nrr urged to av.ul themselves of ihe eonvenienees of this
idore during 'Heir stay in our it. IMephnnen ret room luggage nnd paekaffe desks and other
IViHtiev air all at their dipal ihis wrrL '! 'he m .t h. ruiisr displays .'ire partieiilarly inviting and
i 1 1 1 f i v i i uji find .-ire sure to appeal t the visiting w otnen folk Fashion 's latest mandates arc portrayed
to . l. v. r. si nwa oi inennis designers evjn-esseil m nr uiaplAVH of summery Apparel P'ahrirs and
I iru fa&ematiftg cxhihitn You are never importuned to
i.i I. i u if
I it iv :ti
Nemo week began today h continues
all this week at BROWNS
An instruetiveexposition featuring all the latest Nemo inventions. Every
new feature fully explained by our expert corsetiere. Come tomorrow
All this week practically every important store in
America and some of the greatest mcicaui ile instil u
tioiis abroad will unite in relelirat inn "Nemo Week"
hv inaugural iug a special display of Nenu ( orseis
Klio!int 10 the millions of expeetaitl women all ihv
novelties -md 'niproeiuenis which Nemo inu'etiuitv ha-
l-'roni a really insignificant beginning onh a few
Vears aifOj "Nelilo Week" has now arrow n to Ile an
You will also find in ureal
arietv ol newest spring
si v jrs
Warner's Uusl Front'. ( 1 I!
a la Sprite. Modari front
lace and La t'ainille front
lace Corsets. I'caiured al
F.rown's this week.
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event oj country-wide popularity and second to none in
('i.sliiomd'lc imporlaiiee. It is more interesting then
I'Vrr this year InVailSe it introduces radical improve-
ments jn corse: const ruction that are of untold value
to every wVmlJtti who wears a corset.
Itl 10 II of " Nemo Week" hecailse experience
fr d.ci ply interested in this event and derive
tnjSuif a'nee wit it the famous Nemo Corset
larliriilaiiv with UlO Wonderful new Nemo I .ast ikons ( 'orset
S s(( ui. in which are up-to-date model s for everv limine.
Sec this exhihil ol new corset fashions 1 his week. " u
la si vear.
Wc heariilv join ijfthe cele
has proved that o'nr customers a
unii'h real value from a close acK
Sj icciali ies. and
with hip confining bands
Nemo cScing corsets
with Nemo relief bands
sunt of her corset was a nit more
idialde thai she cii let find 11 verv I
thai would allow her to sit down In contort.
In Models 319 and 32 J the Nemo Sel UhIui-ius
front rcdui'cs anil stipports fin ahdonii n while
the brOAtl hand-: of l.iistil(ois Webbing it the
bottom of the Ioiik hliin produce ihe ft Mb ton able
Klenderhip el'l'eoi. and' tnni tbo POi'UBt-wlge In-
ward to that li ftbwwt'l show ihroiiub tH
ihinnesi dreu. Voni gOWH liin like all ee!-skln
when yon are StAlldinKi and when nn t down
the seniielastlc hjp eoni'ininu hands of Umttikoiie
WehbinK evnatul enonph to ;'ive votl eoni)ieic
as.- -and I lie i ornet doesn't "tide up."
Those are the ffreOtftBt tlKurn ruin in i
COTBfttS ever made al RtfCh tyO
K i(h of Ihe various
1 1 : i s Itl special lit tiv-s I
Klont form. The N'mio
Hive more support fr
snmewhai heller hciv
ahdomeu has n letulenr
twtuolng slrapK witht;
Itelief Hands arc made
the Cornet and are to
i Self It.'ilueltiK device
tome particular kind of
tlef Bandfi for exam; le
undci neat h thjin the
; ftlorte. and render
to a f.nnian Whose
0 "Hat:" tltnn the Belf-
tilts asHlst mce. The
the same material an
; cd and fitted Into the
Corset that they follow lite nauiral curve of the
abdomen and provide lirm hut comfort able
with Nemo self-reducinstraps
'ol every woman like: to wear Cornell of
trenic lenftli even at the command Of PsinhJon;
th.M.-i.ir.'. MODELS NO. 31f! and 320. thoilRli
No. 405 Nemo t made of floe cout!
bust and six Lastikops hose supporters
for medium and tall stout figure
Nemo DuaNc corsets
with limshapintf extensions
the NEMO SELf-'-REOUCING STRAPS Ihf
origtnftl figure reducltiji device ihu bus glvtn
Ihe Nemo Sill Heducitlf Cor.;el. wmldwidi-
Nog 3 IS mid S20 have the Neino Platen I OR
Hack Sklft which though of only medium lotigth
evert : y'.re.n reducing power upon the hack and
the ni most eas
busl ami 82') is
com d .
This model will he bet a piii'eei.lied by women
who are alinoved by the protrusion of the flesh
ie ihe upper limbs below ihclKUiit of a tightly-
laced corset which produff's an unsivhily
"bulge" In the side front vhn a Cloigcly fitted
gOWtl i worn. This tronhle is prevented by the
notn "LASTIKOPS LIMSHAPING" INVEN-
TION a device which oriltiHl. novel and en
lirely effective The two hrrtd hand; Of semi-
elitKlic l.asliko;s Webbing evtenil ladow the ck'o
of the '"orel control and re-shape the surplus
fleip and produce a heiut'flllly gmootb effect
with an actual "in-Klope;" yet beinR iartially
i la lie llley provide enough "expvui n ' to in
gift q peril ci ease and comfort when seflteu
Model 08 has liiRh hi-;'' six
LaMikop- liose siiuiM.rlers ach jtiUU
Nemo self-reducing corsets
wit'n Lastikops band let
This is the model that created uttcb a fttrore in I'.un. and
for Nemo t'or.setH the mniualiiied ajiproval
take pride In their work and the eiuhuwiast
of conservative nhvsiciaiis lioih here and ah
giKtet.v. in addition to the Nemo Self-Red(
the now laaious Lastikops Dandlei. which
low! abdomen .did gives perfect auppnrt
Model 52:.' i-. for nil ttiid medium stont
bust an dsiv La-i ikop.- hose supporters; euch
Nemo self-reducing corset
with bust supporsers
the I. it' si Nemo Sell -llediicin.n model with Nemo Baal
died Thin model luia ioiind much 1'avorv.vilh WOpien who
require resh i ping of t he husi.
huil supporters confine the fwi
10 pcrleci iii constnictiou ill
curves Rhinn the figure the his
No. 519 is tot all average
aim. Nemo Sclt Reducing strap
made of ei finest whllo Kren.
All tins week.
All tins week.
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Already Many Arrivals lor Con
slslory Reunion Which Opens
Arrivals at various t ittis and from
main places toilav indicate a noiahle
glbering si ihe Masonic temple to-
night wiic mile fn-i ol the evetttx In
connection with the ('Mtlubou.fi eon
HlKtory of the Scottish Hlte will he
hehl. fhC event ot tOllight Is to he
Iii tbo blue lodge however.
Tin- AmuMrko icMjg will confer the
thiid degree on a elas. The hi Ige
room here Is probably the bent in the
country and the first work since lis
renovation will be done tonight
A special train from Wichita will
DrtUg Wichita and Tnpeha M&fOnl
and pwngem along the way.
Reception plans are by far the 'nbsi
compleie ever known here A dozen
aiitoim iiiles went into commission
early tbdaj and every ylaltor was
iiul at the railway Htationa Prac-
tically every automobile and private
carriage in the city ha been ten-
dered for the week. Tlie MasOll.- wiH
i.c a -isted by the chamber of com-
merce. Automobiles are to be it
wail itiK at the temple throughout the
week. The park! are to vlsife by
N"xt week there will be another
Mattonie gathering here the .state
meeting or the Kaatem .Star and el-
nliornie arrangements for reception
and entertainn ent are being mane
with re'erence to that ;vent.
At the temple this morning M"
new organ was fully tried out II Is
m shape tor use although not pro-
nounced complete by experts. It has
a wonderful range and power.
Among the first arrival
onsjstorv were the follov
Vnadarko: J K. White. f.
ell. . M. Kamsov. sSoonr.
It W. P.
The 'Sfiera Of (Juthrie and vicinity
ait- urgently called to nieel in ihe
council chamber at hn elty hail Sat
unlay evening April 29 at s o'clock
The object of the nveiirig is to ar-
range for the reception of 'Mors In
this city of the slate association to
be held hero Monday. May I. A large
crowd is expected at the state meet'
illK. All who kre. SSters are espeo
ally invited Come and get your Wt
liitttoi .1 . Calvert Secretary. T.
ii Sow.nd. ciiairtcfln. '
LOST SUIT CASE.
Return h and
pers V. O. D . li
receive reward. No
or expres.s my pa-
ll IfHtehell. Ok
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRIES
and call Rhinebeart's meats when
o-dering meat from your butcher.
Itaditun Uquid Air and Wiroleis
I'elegran1 Three greatest marvels
ot teience dearly demonHtiatnd by
Prof. Wm. It. Patty al the Fiint
. Fetho41i chureh Mav : jgu ;i s: i .
You will always regret it if you fail
tij seo this enteilainiiient. liesciv
.-eats on sale at Keottch lewelr.v Co
i ueaday and Wednesday.
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRIES
and call Rhineheart's meats when
o dering meat from your butcher.
til d Wire l
hear Prof. Patty in his
hi Radium Liquid Air
relecranbv at the First
stock ail atylea and dit-
finishes of Victrolas
V tor Company. Priced
1550.00. Whiles Jewel-
Si. Louis while Ihe Missouri apd
Kansas companies operate those n)
Weatetn Mlasouri and ibe state of
kaoaaas The district organi.Btions of
ihese companies as woll a of the
621. C!L which was the amount of the
joint liability minuu the dividend o
t4g4Sn !'! which had been paid to
the territory by the receiver of 'he
hank up to February II. I0i7. the
Pioneer arc not disturbed ny in- r..c r;c . n.t nf n..itri "il' .nuigmwn w a.i wiiim n
llu ie are
ot executive heads a Mil
Makes Change to Bring Opci
ting Companies Into Closet
Bank hatlure Appealed to
to President and Uetteral Maiutw
Noble is u bring the comttinie
whlMi are' morel w Ua connccW'd m
i!n i-eiie'-:il owiMM'shin' elosai to
n. ... -
One o the many suits which g
0111 pi the failure of the CapUoi
tioual lunik at Uutluie April 4. 1
w a i
is alleged that ihe Tinted rtta'-. Fi-
delity company refused to pi.v its
Ode-third share of the joint lability
on the ground that the onginai b -nd
had run out when the faibire octur-
red. The American Bonding Cone
pany then suit in the districi four! of
jgan county against the i'nlted
m l.l 1.1 I 11. ... .I...W. & t.l.O I I. .Ill M.... (XI. I L I
tetUer :ud wipe out. itnaglnary Vtate "'. .. r.. i oiaies nueiny aua uuaranu
i.M.uu ii io in.- Mij.it-.nr- pany aucging mat i tie tatti
Color and Beauty of the Hair
Preserved with a Harmless !
Remedy Made f torn Sage
!. r uni; .iinv . o n m ii o iu
'e m-.V ICe "...
jn nieii yi appeM' iroill a uuiytlW!
I".- .nsirui court o; i.o'an co
Consolidation of eiecetbre positions Jip nc
f the Pioiiec! the Vli-Bouii and Kan Mrei:iuon 11
and the lu ll Telephone company i mwmioi
Missouri handling the telephone bet wee nthc
Sti P"'1 Kansas ami ni- """" " award in; . ludmnei
h-nmi tsir'uehn anipvuneod. " I H ain-t the fitimiany
. (laarlen fi Oleed ol K!aa VAX' H laifg oi the Rpiacopal ebur.i ;. . j( ';
at tkerCa.i ou.r Voupat.fH i-.. will have a dlsplav of article to v JfifrJj
MiShOiin a'ol Kansas m ine mm.i if?
irident of the pioneer tin- u
hotua corporation smeeeilim-
Wins who - made vice preaid
thr l'ionei .Mid the Us-oui
' j pany had executed h contraci known
' 1 is a binder which continueti its lla-
1 bjftUl between the time the old
uMi.ii.. c.Hieii ami tne new one was hem.;
J-90.& executed. The Ameil'eati itoo.in
favorer company teeovere the ..i.iMuri th
ll.l'IV 0 ! i'iiiv it'HTwl wklnli a.itc .ii.ltf. I ....
ly oiicthird ihe oln illHtv i nil "'JS ""a Mtural cer
'hi' .-iiro the other lMnin co in anf anneals ! . for thU wetl-keou berh
fftr lertitorial funds depo-H.. in m Tr !urpi kit bu grent' that
ihe Cajiitol National According 10 Heavy Court Docket miiurciurtr aa takeu adviutnc
lib HI. on the Cmteil Slates IMiLdl
Dragfltt fTerywhrrt romaeet aa tha!
fict tkt they rt nrlling larjt (jutM
tje of rr aakltaf M fMbiad.
I. u.'t w ua by oar'
reu.io! rtt ..-t.Hv! j tk givwth
cTUir faair. luitUt It fluffy t beau-
Welcome to Consistory
Men and all Visiting Masons
The greatest ntoie in Guthrie extend to you
the stmnn right hand of fellowship: and wel-
comes you to its borders. We want ymrtnmake
thin stofe your heattquarteu u44e fflfrnn-
iv we-we we have especially lor our friends
our free telephone exchange--our free check
stand-our free rest and waiting rooms and
many others. We are at your service. Our
spacious four story building in bulging with new
spring merchandise that we are anxious te tell
you about and have you see. If your wile or
daughter is not with you we want you to be
able when you return to your home to tell them
about this great store and its many advanta
ges why they should trade with us. A souvenir
from (iuthrie's Greatest Store as memento of
your trip will be most pleasing to them.
Tomorrow is Bargain Day
on Our Third Floor
Of all days during the week Bargain Day
offers the greatest barge ins -real bargains they
are too for they are articles you need and pay
more for at other times. Our third floor is
alive with good things to interest you and for
tomorrow these unusually low prices hold the
9x12ft Ingrain Rug 3.98
i ins large rooiti size vug . t
comes to vnu at a ridiculous rtritn
x 12 ft..
patterns and assorted designs. Our regular
f..iH run prieed for our 1 mv4 Floor
I largain i wy Special at Imt
$1.00 Fireside Rugs 69c
thrill nlH'O b
Bargain Dav Sncci
rugs For more than one c.
and colors. Our $1.00 value hut I'm
Tlurd Floor Bargain Dav Special
wc price them at
rc tor our
sold so man i' vw
tey are handy little
59c Center Pieces 39c
broidei'y ;i9e values for Bargain
DfiV 8pcial arc hut
anil ilatnask roiinu
ineu finish stamped
50c Natural Linen
10. tvo comintnlfi;
xuted e Stealing At Fort Reno
I1...i I ...... I .. I tl l.ft I ..... . : . i
. . 1 i.t eL7. p . " "h -""I Ukraine company agre.-rt to CoHM KeMi.lte
der the direct m.inafWinont ot .lonn Oie e' ante i
1 Nohkf. vice pi i sidetit and I'.enetat
rie li ihle fnv tl"'. n e
and the VmeHeaw Unii-rM
n. c.a Ke o ' ' lor ittfMOAA. When ge
( in orareiK ai curt iteuo. lie win lin.(ja( uilul- to file
ie r.iven a on nun in i
il ill the dihli nil epMtt'of
Dlatrlet Jn.iKe A. II lliuton and ' u'1 " pfl ou th tilRfk't
Ottl UUalns leave! !"'." " utalntn auiphur.
' ' . . w Ja . r . C.cJj iwi ifeDu. in ( ami
These are the natural linen finis
inches square assorted stamped pattetu.-
eiMwsc From ; uue. values hu
H foor I largiun Special
(irit-es them at
$2.00 Pillows With
Poreh or sofa pillows w iili silk floss filling
beautiful erabroidercd top and wide ruffle. A
large numhei' tt e&oosc from .f2.(K) pillows for
Luesda) Bargain !av a OA
Special are 1
Snappy Suits at Snappy
I'liuav and Saturday hail many surprises!
in store for Clothing shoppers at Lute's Tho
statements Wc made in our Thursday ad were
strong hut we hark every one up. We don't fih
in our ads it don't pay. When we make a
statement you an depend on it being as we sav
ii k The harkward season ha left us with
more suits than we .-are To have at this time.
Spappv nobby styles with the prices snapped to
$25.00 Suits are now but $17.50
$20.00 Suits are now priced at $16.50
$15.00 Suits are now priecd at $tl.8S
S12.50 Suits during this sale $7.95
Boys Suits at reductions
tl nAnAflnUKlAl.. 1
XI iJ'qieiy tow. JJ
i i.u.i.i 1 1 Hoi on denote Sun .isji
hroualll HRainAI Ihe Amorlean Unr.it- j em
ina r.if.. irtny hv Ui territory fin rp
eover and juilgoaenT waa noon ad ' "
araiust U by tha t rritory tor i7. .-.rt
nvene U.e district court ImZZlTZZ' ' n
mnty. .Indue Huston Ha-i f j ' ' 'Pnu; "T-
kW ahAA of Mm . ati7 ' r6 mnofeturi.ra of this rm-i!y
k'ill hold 'e-ion ii ". i utborlis. dru(fit to afll it mar ujr.
! ante ihai th u.eifT will b refuudtKi t
j It falls to do eiactlr a reureavutfd
irtriLIZ"7 . .. Tis P'Purntiou la orf-rd te tac
?w'"rls lr May .public at fifty casta a buttlt ani la
e. Wtntes Jawelry si ne. racummtcdiKl auj tM ly all druiitiata!
sick headache results from
r.lered condition of the slomac
e onred hv the ime of Cha
and Liver Tji
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