The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 35, No. 112, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 12, 1910 Page: 5 of 8
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THE LEA PET? GUTITKiE OKTA.. WKDNKKDAY (HTOnKK 111 1f)IO.
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have you see
some of our New
We'd like to have
you look at the
New Patterns in grays
browns blues tans; in
cheviots tweeds; the
most beautiful fabrics
in the world. We're
very proud of the re-
sults of our efforts to
serve our patrons ex-
ceptionally well in
Copyright 1910 by L. ADLER BROS. & CO.
New Fail arid
ri Winter Under
wear for Men of
THE ONLY ONE
rKlGE CLOTHIER IN G R II
Coiupliinuntiiry to.Mi-s. MlnUton of
Dciivrr :itul Mrs. MfKiiialvy of Okla-
homa City a ili'.luMful tea was nlvoit
.vfsU'ivlay afii'DiOdH lv Mi'h. A. G. ('.
RitTfr at her honic MUl Kast. I'lovt-
lfiiitl avoiiiu1. Sho wuh usslstoU bv Mr.s
l!al(. JIk. Ki'iii'l llUj.ko 1 Mm. UU'li-iU-ilsoi)
Mrs. Cottcinl ami Mrs. Fra-l-i'V
finil niis Ivoiilso llioror. Tlio ilt'iv
oratimiH wt;-o unotirnruoiily protly
American Jdmuty i'ohck form'iiK tin'
(Un-ifii) f n' the i'i n"iiloii r-)otn will!''
yellow niul wiiito chrysuntlii'iimiiis In
lnul'iiKion ailik'tl to tln clumu of tlio
diiilitt? room. Tlio futii'llun was a .le-
lluhtt'ul oih; tli( Invitation 1st un-
ljraciiig' sevt'i'rtl 'orct.
Ju.-tk'o ::d Mr.i. Kniio und Mathow
Join) .li'. an1 vl-lting in KlmUlsher.
Mi. .1. 11. Turner lia relunicl from '
an extcstileil vihi' ;.i re atH'es In Ten-
Mrs. Honest eel who Is vUliinx In tlio
city was t!m K'lo i of uie SUaKespcai'o
c.lul) yestei'ilay. j
Mrs. Carl Meirali' lnw returmnl lo
SliavMioo afU'r a viiUj. with Mrs. W. A.
Mr. i.uJ Mr-'. Car! i lavilm l st have
moved t t ho cirncr cf Cleveland ami
Tho C!itldrt't)'i4 Home So'itly met
this nftenioon at. the ('arneKle lihrary
The society did );ood work tlie past
winter ami inoinines lo make a re-
cord this winter.
Mis. Until McKay Is expected home
tomorrow from New York.
"Macbeth" was the Mibjoet for ills-
section by !hn Shakespeare club yes-
terday afternoon. Mrs. liowers con-
ducted the Icksiju. Mrn. v. Itax-
tor (;ne of tin) cadinx Shake-pearcHn
uiiohus of ihe city Kave a talk on
"Witchcraft." Dr. Kllzabeth Mclviii
j?av a lurliaiiuuitary drill. Mih. Ia-ii
Loach presided at tlio mooting.
t : wmm A aw M W H 'fW- M W W tW tftiSH ki M.
WILL tit ILL) N
T 1 .
AND LOCAL $
Tie is Koins to see tlio
behalf of Claude Powell
man in trouble with (lie
Uoiiald Newkumet started loduy for
the agricultural college at Stillwater.
K. II. (iilcliriKt or Oklahoma City
Kpml the day here.
.ludKe J. 1!.
b r is here.
A. HoliertPon of Ciiand-
X. F. t'iieadle has reiurned from a
trip to Kausuii City and Clinton .lo-1
T. A. Chandler of Vinita
iir.einbei" of tin: state board
- OooiKe K. Kouch. of Cutbrie iro- j fiil s- iij iu town-
1: i bition candidate for governor id iw
teiidins the state convention of the'.
"Woman's Christian Teiniierancc
L'nlon at Ai d morn.
I SHORT CUTS
K. U. llocker is ini
W. A. Coiilant wanted in
' leans en a forgery charge
It is said that ex-Covenmr I fo.li
ami (lovenior Hiubbs of Kansas will
H)esk in this state anainst the one
ronod lor-ni option amendment to t! e
Hecf lvcr.sliln uro"Oti(iii!KS are belns
Lad at Oklahoma City In remind 10
the Western National Insurance com-
pany. It is claimed the canltal of
ith" company is impaired and Iiikui-
nice commissioner I.asater is taking
U l aud.
Harly coinpieilon of au addlihm tn
the Soutiiwosterii Iron works will en-
aide tils flourls ins (luibiie linn to
c'lnipb'tc its supremacy lu paikliiR
boils' work oil Held supplies tin
ntnieiural material! Iioiiiiuni; of i n-
(aplmt ht.ick of the corporation lias
been ipilcily aecouiplLihed met lb '
new bulldlt.'g Is to be tit.irtui iniiiie-
dlateiy. The foundry h still working 01
s;' :'l.ll cont'U'tn'I'oa lor iie Sivit'l
pat liint! planl at Fol't. Worth. The
liiK'ht castlun oer made In the
Miutliwest have been ma :o here or
I :t cenc'-ru tuul C ere are still or-
It Is banllv ivuily.cd In ibnhrle
that the Kanihwi stern concern l
(lo'iilaant In ihe oil tU-id and that it
has. prti-tball wltliou! exception :- '
utred the con;ro'ls fit' lit; Irons Hi
'VCiy Hew oil section opened le.-eiit-!.
It supplies i'a tlni;:i to the Uar-
tl' ullle Kuril pa and ether Oklaho
ma oil serMci-is Mhl Is omv worklnn
n a iarc ' order f r Mcb;an lleMs.
In "skyscraper" work tke Sunt
western Is doim.; hiiKe thiuas. The i
.1.1 '.Itlon is being made 'lai'Kely lu
ortb'r to permit handlini o steel to a
Ki'eatt'i' extent than at present. What
stliueturnl men know as fabricati in
Is done here; that It that tile ini-
Tneti:u beams are taken direct from
a'eel mill and ui'o here eat to Icnulha
''rilled trimmed and otherwise put
Into shape for use in tall frame work.
! loc-'.l concern lias recently furiv
isred the labticailon for au ' l".b'
rv imtbllufi In liallas and It has
sevcr'i! other contracts on hand. f;"
I'cniou' In caprtcltv lu necessary to
! 'tnl'e Hi'' uniwlm: dcoMiid ' r ;'r
Hi'lirjite wrk 'one here.
CssilnK of coluuiiiH for an Imm uis
addition to the S'wHt o'aut at K r
Worth Is now roIuk on. The Fort
Worth plant is to lave n sW-storv
ll'lldlMK. HOII feel In lellit 1. The lo
i cal concern has four salesmen
Tckph iilotie ami si'veral otliers In Hi
i'ivnid."tit C. II Mart I ud lb- ycter-
:dav aauonuced the nt ? rr of 'he tid'll
tion. The fraiui' work is now In dim
MP of modern time
Mm L-i- r . i
' iieips 10 perrect cooKing.
Cake Pastries. Crusts
Light Delicious Wholesome.
Dcst families 'world over use it.
a. : Ls sr.
.t.i iv 1
OF THE TOWN
Cjile' Mi il
. !; ( ( '!.' o
I ';m .
Hj New Horse.
;l bus a new iiorso-- ii
lib l.o;:m ciiu'y ia!sed.
is In i li u.s'-ic li ;s been
he i t e bv.u I i cl.t.
The Oklahotna is'rws snjs: in lion-
:.r r ibolr father and mother' Mr
and Mrs. J. I!. McKelvey of Florence
Ala. who are their niu'st Mr. aii
Mrs. J. F. McK vcy. ld'Jlt We.t Twen-ly-third
Btivot eniertaliied Monday ev-
ening. Ucficshments were served.
The guests were Mcndanms I'nillps
I- 13 1.1.. ( tf-1
Could N. lsoa llurford MLss Angel. ard t be Kroun has be. cleared
Ccd'on Pnctfr. Stcidy.
Coti-'ii U cimiiu in sti'adlly but
baldly as lar :ts ib'tb'iM di-'re. The
I rice I- teadv. Tlio top price today
I" i was II l-S. 'the liinlie.t pilce was
" i reached III t. week t I I I.
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ist fur ''"' Ve-'i'"lCe. () ill! '!.. II :l
.oMn' t'o ir nam's viil c rednse"?-
I-all UK'X I' S;j; room coltace. In.
Kind Noble ; bath; and e'etinc
Ushts; Htrlcily Jiioiler.i Apply
Mr. mid Mrs.
Cuff J. Ii. Ko.ie ami
Chan 1. Jones of
Hvan was in tc
. v hoai the governor of Louisiana is-j today
jj;ui!!l ri'(piii;iion papers is out on lion
Mr. and Mrs.
in the city.
Ihe live stock iiomonstratiou train
started at Oinsteo and Is lo
sioii ut Alius toniuht.
and sliil In Oklahoma City because-
He-d of I (.ovenior Haskell has refused C e re- 't.Miss Kdf(. t"3oiIoit. the woman t uff-
lricnus j'lUcsi of tlio Louisiana governor onjrcKc lectarer went to Chnuller to-
. Hie tji'O'.iuds that tie- papers are l'atil-i.iu. si e is- making a tour of the
ty. - ) state.
J. Davis of Chandler is iir This is tlio second attempt to re-
jinovo Coutant from the state on thoi v. Ueynolds Socialist candidate
chaise of forgery and emh time thoj. (.o..rVSH- wij nd 'ress the citizens
letpiisltion has been denied because; (;ut!'.( jr(dav ovciiIhl' at Divisim
r. A. SLikuis of Enid is hero.
i of faulty napeis. At the former hear
T M. Mi-Donald known ainom; tliejiitfc it was soiiff'it to tak liim to Lien
politicians as "judo" was in the city! ton Ariz.
Dcnionslrations of the (Jossurd cor-
set ani bidiii; made at the Lut. store
Tli toiseiie'tt Mrs. Doolittle l:i di-
voting direct personal attention to
each visitor. Every lady in
Is Invited to visit the corset depart
Mr. and Mrs. U. K. Uobc.ts Mr.
av.i! Mr--. C. H. Onley Mr. and Mrs.
X. Fortier and daughter Stella Miss
Tcteiisa Shields Mr. and Mrs. C. N.
Suvder and two sons are arsiong the
early autuinu iiuttlni; parties and
spent a day the ilrst of the week In
the Lird Creek Fal.s and vicinity nut
Mr. and Mrs. Anton II. ('Ihks'iii of
Oklahoma City were 1u fho d!y this
lnornliin. They returned last week
from a trip abroad.
Col. II. W. l'entecost will make
his iiome In Oklahoma City hen-art"!-.
Ho has stored IiIh household noods lu
'.'uthrio for the iiresent.
The Druillo Mersha brought from
Naples by Miss Amy I'.rooks of Ok a-
bonia City will soon be on exhibition
In this ritv probablv a the St. Louis j
.Inline and Mrs. Markhaui ol Kansas
are miosis of Slate Oil Inspector T
1. Kidli-y -in.-. North liroad. Mr. Moil-
aliau Is Mr. K lley'H hister.
The Acorn club will meet with Mrc.
A. C. Hixon Thursday alteriioon at !
The F. A. A. Thimble club will meet
Willi Mrs Mehby JiiKiilaod park
Thursday afternoon at 'Z o'clock.
The Keoliey Mooio-y Shall club will
n t with Mis. Will Patterson on
West Gutbiie next Saturday.
The addition 111 to be liaxlon feet.
The capital block has be-n inci-cn -ed
from $11100110 to timi.inio. This l as
bc-MI neeompllhhel lafKelv bv h'Oili'
f oil) Tint Ii.hh. Anuroprlnlely Mr
Marlitidale is president of t'e (lu'luic
chamber of comnii-rcc nnd Is a bond
it of the first rank. The linpi'itau-"
ot the Iron works and the possibili-
ties for extension are scmcelv ap
predated Incallv It heemn.
There sre fiver pin men skilled on
the pay roll all the lime. The fuiii'ilry
and Ihe foundry of biioIIht. umiMitac-
turliii? com em wbb which the Hon! -
western cooperates there arc at tli.ici
l"(l skilled een-the loi'-b-ioi fur a
most valuable and substantial Indus
trial population. The excellence of
the worn if (be Southwestern is evi-
denced In the rapid extension of
LAND IS WEALTH
Pome ! Ice farm'- for ' ate in t lie
stiile of Olilahniiei nnd in the It'll-
aatcd distru ta of Uoeky 1'ovd ami thrt
San Louis Valley of Colorado. W ;
also handle some of the lv-t Insiir-in-e
lompinies d'-diii; bic iue. in the
Come and fcd me. Votirs for busi-
neHi. II. 1. oTIJWAilT ft.Hdii i I).j.viy
Hnlldlnt' Cut hide. Oklahoma.
All Good Things to
Eat in Season
8nrv Rlo-hjrt' Meat!
Croft & Ritterbuscfi Props.
THONE 211 1 19 W. Harrison
Demonstration of the Gossard Corset
Guthrie's Particular Woman Delighted with Mrs. Dcolitlle.
Will Be Pretty Wedding
The wedding of Miss Kf.'ol Ulne-'
('uthrkM ''art. daughter of Mr and Mrs. Frank
Kim-tiart and Mt. Harry ( an In will
take place al s o'clock Friday eveti-
nn October I) at the home' of the
bride's parems. No. !ill Eat Haiti
son avenin:. Tho affair will be quiet
only -Hie relativea and Inimedltit )
ftl"i!.s of the contraetlni; parties be-
ini; Invited. 11 u k and white will be
Hit provaldiic color. Hcv. Or Nicho
las lector of Trinity Episcopal c inn h
! will pef'ui in tho teieiiiony. Mr. Ald:i
jlllchnrds will bo Vst ni?n and Miss
f i Ada MeConm-ll muld of honor. Misses
i Esther Hnrlburf and Ruth Hined.art
will be ribbon bearers and little Mar-
j 1 " jKiM't Thompson and Dorothy Kultni
.IiuIro J. H. Cotteral :a written to! r Klr. Mrs K. L. Fulton wlfo
j.Iude Walter A. Saiiburn. of St. 1'atil. "f former CoiiBresHinan Fulton of Ok-
i asklnar hlni to come here for the hmf ' !uhfitt! Cltv will play the M- I)dd-
in the "grandfather clause" ease
T'.ere will be- a meeting of the1!
Cruce club Thursday niht at S j
j o'clock at the Superior court room.!
I livery i;K':nber is urued to be iireseiit.
iGtiis in Mil m
Get Your Copy Today
Q The new Art Catalogue shi)v."g
Color Drawings of attractive Library
Interiors announced in The Saturday
Evening Post of October 15 to be
distributed by agents for
Slolcmkkc Elastic Bookcases
can be obtained only at our store
as wc are the exclusive agents in this
. city for this and other trade-marked
incs of high-grade furniture.
' hroiiiUit by Daniel Sims co.ored.
j Three judge- are to hear this ease
I a:d a date h to be set aoon.
jisohn wedding march. After tiiJ
ccreinony t'.ie collide will go south
for a boneyiuoii tour and upon re-
t nrriins will reside at lu'KJ West No-
ble avenue. 1
An Expert Corsethrc.
The original front lace (.'oic;--l'ad
bv our (li.-riiiiin:tti!! ci.iii:ic!r.
he ( inSMii'il--in!iti!;iH-ci f;ir in the
The best pl.if.tf-r. A ub-ce of flair
Inel dampened with Chamberlain's : V
1 intmMil nnd lirinnd nri nvr itiis ii f
fecfed parts Is superior to a plaster
and costs only one-ieui.! as ruuea.
For nalo by all dealers.
Contractor lirickuer ban been asked
i'-y Slieriff wlsncr of Muskogee eoun-
iy- 10 uiitsfj a inn eui ine coniraci lor ..:n
f . ..... LCD V w-v ww i
kallowH. V iieekne party is boaked October 15 at 8 p
i .viuaMigt-v. Auvvmuer Oi inoinan
Fuiz wll'iMiiurderer is do priiuipall Kv(ry a(Iy ln f;u;hrle 'hboald visit
j"' t-'lu ove-iit. . ( rnur( corset (le'iiionstratioii at
:; Lut'i tli! week. Mr. Doolittle the
iitiTnitrii arm nrnnniriTifii n ' cumecieio is very jiainstakins in s"l-
I IMF EFTS OfSP.R PT MSU-cMug the proper -cowl for the fig-
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Piofsoii I'Uiiiiiiiio ;;o
Chiof of 1'oliee Mitchell today r-i
Jpcrted of J naiiiiriiiM t'; Lm A.igjie
lTlit:es plant. The- rewards now a:
Rrcgat fllO.tif ii. Five thousand e
fecihs hi" nt .-irk on the ease.
The Children's Homo Helief society
will meet at the Carnegie library:
A Llii atUwlalKe Is desired.
'Flic advnntaKcs of an rxjicrt from tin factory knowintj all the tict'ds and lv-
ciiir('ni(Mit.s of oillicr delicate or robust womanhood is fully appreciated by (iu
thrie's first ladies.
The opportunity comes hut. once a year and Mrs. DooHttle's extra-
ordinary knowledge of the feminine figure and proper linos should not be oxer-
looked. Tier eharmiiiK personality aods to the pleasure of beiti fitted in
America's greatest ('orsi-t The ('issard.
Motlel () the Corset illustrated on the left is for the women of full
proportions. This model makes n solid figure look slender and yraeeful.
Model A the central ilbi-trition suppresses the hips slightly reduc-
ing heaviness of thitfh KiVU1 a ruceful loii slender shape.
Model I) the most advanced model for lnd" (shown on the riht) is a
fitting (xamjile of the highest ait in Coi'setry. It is designed for. tin woman
-dcKiriiiif Jtbsolute freedom from restraint of diaphragm and chest. " 1
There is but one way for you to' re'dize the full iuipoitanee of tliese
statemeuts that is to conic in and have a heart to heart talk with 31 rs. Doo-
little -while she is hen Thursday. Friday and Saturday. The advice she'
irives is absolutelv free.
Lee Cruce wi'l peak in Guthrie
Cctflher 11 at p.. m.
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