The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 50, No. 146, Ed. 1 Friday, January 11, 1918 Page: 3 of 8
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THE (4UT11K11: DAILY LEADER FUMDAV. .IANTAUV 11. WIS.
The Woman Be-
hind the Gun. She
must keep the home -fires
burning the little ones fed
and clothed. Don't starve
or stint the children. The
perfect food for children the
food that develops sturdy
stalwart bodies is Shredded
Wheat Biscuit. The whole
wheat grain and milk are
the most perfect foods given
to man. They are better for
children than meat or eggs.
Shredded Wheat Biscuit is
100 per cent whole wheat
nothing added nothing was-
ted or thrown away. It is
delicious for any meal with
milk and fruits and costs
but a few pennies. Made in
Niagara Falls N. Y.
K K K 93 S Z5. ?r . T. R tS & ?
X TESTED RECIPES :
ik! k m x je w. as x ss : sr
Finnan Haddie a la Tokio.
I'sc a pound finnan liaddio diced:
two teaspoonfuls butter one teaspoon-
fill flour 0110 and ono-half cuiis thick
tieam or creamo sauce one-half km
r pp;vr cut Julienne.
'1 the fish in hoiliiiK wa;er the'
' " ran with cream or crean
and tappers. Boil five min-
ute. Soften the butler with the flou
and add to lhick"ii the s.iueo. Coo'
t'ur . vo minutes addins salt and ;ap
rika ;o .tasta. A hv h of sherry win'
ttih "coiv the flavor ami hard boile-
egg v implied fine may be added if d;
sire !. The dish is now irady t
servr. but it is vastly improved i'
sprinkled with a mixture of breai'
cniml ; and grated cheese and hakec"
in ho oven to a golden brown.
"HF LP WIN THE WAR." DIP
CM I Wi
i Jon ivirv PMHActv
Ned Pedigo Mgr
Some Cracking (lixnl Show.
Charlie Chaplin's Double
One of his Litest two coolers
said to lie full of giggles.
"The Mistery Ship"
NEAL 11 ART in
"THE GET AWAY."
One Reel Comedy.
Seven Keels in All.
Lots of fun lots to see a warm
room and a pood place to be.
Prices FIVE and TEN CENTS
8 Keels and Vaudeville
HARRY CARKY in
Believe me this is a splendid
picture and Harry Carey puts
it over well.
WILLIAM DUNCAN and
CAROL HOLLO WAY in
LITTLE JERRY Cub Comedy
"THE MUSICAL EELLS."
Blue Ribbon Vita graph Feature
EARL WILLIAMS in
"THE GRELL MYSTERY."
Rpeein Fnv Feature
GEOUOK WALSH in
PRICES: FIVE and TEN Cents
(Vole? 'an J Won?Js of
f lion 245
Prosperity maUcs friends adversity
- l'ubliu ; S i ius.
Five O'clock Tea Club Mrs Charles
K:lson at home of Mrs Karl Filson.
Kooney Aloorey Shah Club Mr- W
V Hick ford.
Domestic Science Club -Mrs A
Dancing partii'M- for Mr and Mr-
'Varson at lone Hotel-Miss Vida
Kast (luthrie Y C T C 1'nit-lied
() 10 S No 1L'-- Masonic Tcniido.
New Idea Club.
The .New Idea dub was entertained
yesterday at the hnni" of Mrs 10 I
lirscbi. After a delightful afternoon
i ent witli fancy work the Listo.s was
issisted by Alius llir.-ihl in ..'; 'ing a
lainty luncheon to Ilia va'.i mb-'rs
nd .Mis I-uther Torrent . 'in - next
icotiiiK place is undecided.
5 M C Club.
Mrs Helen Smith was host-".-; to the
) M V. club and the tin!) club yestcr-
iay afternoon at her home in l'ant
'levcland avenue. The occasion w:u
Irs Smith's birthday anniversary th
nests presented her v it lii a heuuti-
il potted .ilant. lOach nienilier was
sked to briiiK a new pattern for tan -ywork
and many beautiful designs
were exchanged. The hostess servet
i'l'.cious refreshnients to Mrs it 11
Carlin and Mrs Shad who werv' spo-
al Muests and the dub members
vere Mesdames J 1! Fairfield A V.
(oyer C 10 llerrick C C Clothier A
I)old 11 O Johns and Miss Anna
'eley. The Ci:;i dub will meet on Fri-
.ay Jaiiuaty IS with Mrs Ouy Kind-
r but the next meeting place of lh(
0 M C club it undeciiled.
The Acorn club did not me.d yes-
rday on iiccotint of the illness ot
.Mrs J Klein Smith who was to ha vt
einure Hour Club.
In spite of the inclemency of tin
veather the Leisure Hour dub me'
it the home of Mrs J VV lhvinnell
yesterday afternoon. The time win
;pent with knitting and crochetin;;
.fter which the hostess served a dain-
y luncheon. The next q lace of meet
has not been decided.
On account of th(r! snow storm Aux-
HBIES S1CC3 REWARD!!
I positively (ranr
SlitrCI-'Btil'ul"MnilOilv'f rnimiiml Kf.lUfIiuu.um.
it the lmgft most obstlnal" nbnomml rnc9 In tot
myn No harm. Dain or Intcrfcn-nco with work Mn!
1.60; Double Ktronirth I'i.OO. B0DKtF fBEE. Writo todtis
58. A. B. SOUTHINGTOIt REMEDY CO. KMSAS CITl HQ
TRIDAY JAN 11.
The Torture of Silence."
"The Torture of Silence" is a drama
f startling intensity. Miss Eninn
ynn who iplays the central chnrac-
er in this picture will eause a sen
nation. She is unbelievably beauti-
'ul. unbelievably wonderful as a wom-
n and as n actress.
Th" picture (ells the r owerful ston
if a famous doctor so completely ab'-
vith him. Hardly able to bear tlu
'einptation and knowing that wen
le to succumb hT could never again
ook h.'s friend in the eye Gallatin
orbed in his profession that h;s wife's
existence daily becomes more and
more intolerable. She pleads with
tier husband's d care it friend for
vhom she entertains a love which so
ar has been pure to take her awav
-ffair which caused the artist's sui-
ide. A blackmailer has obtained the
hoots himself. Three years pass and
it tie Pierre is the idol of I)r Courand
ind his wife. Suddenly their hapd-
iess is torn asunder by the disclos-
ure in a newspaper of a secret love
'etter written to him by Mrs Courand.
TTio husband Learns of this and the
et'i of the powerful story tells how
he innocense of the wife is proven.
Oach situation in this picture is more
powerful thini the one that preceded
t. It should score a sensational suc-
cess. "Ceven Pearls."
SATURDAY JAN 12.
A comedy that will prove a most
effective antidote for the blues or uny-
'h'ng faintly resembling them is
"Hashitrura Togo" a fascinating
screened version of Wallace Irwin's
own Japanese schoolboy stories which
are so familiar to readers of the mag-
azines and newspapers of this coun-
try. Sessuo Ilayakawa the well
known star of "The IJottle Imp."
' Alien Souls" and other productions
is the star of the product 'on prd he
has been able to lend to the charac-
ter of Togo all the charm and humor
of hi; great genius.
''Seven Pearls" for matinee only.
j Uncile Burke.
Heavy Winter Clothing
Al IMici's t lint nil in a Wig Savin-; to you.
Vlvti'v uai-nu'iit in ur ltit; Stock lias in-
"Tenst'd in aluc itli the iiwreasini; cost
of wonlcns aiul co' . u but our prices have
nt atlvaiiccol pro iiionatcly. Wc antici-
iatcd the visini; .uukct and our Sm:ill-
Profit I 'rices oi
J'orcsi'ht in buvii
WE 8ELL GOOD CLOTHING CHEAPER
THAN AN HOUk IN OKLAHOMA
iliary No did not meet with Mrs A
A Frisbie as previously announced.
Pegular Meeting O E S.
() 10 S No 1- will bold their regu-
lar meeting and initiation at the Ma-
sonic temple tonight at T::'.u.
Mr and Mrs 11 F George entertain-
ed their dinner club last evening at
; o'clock. The guests were stated at
:hre.'i small tables which were dee-
nated with pink and white roses and
l.e hostesi served a delicious three
curse luncheon. At the gam." of
ards wiiichi followed the dinner
.) izes were awarded to Mrs G C
; hestnut and O H Curd. The. club
lumbers :r."r.ent. were: Messrs and
mil Mines Charles Dove Odiih Spur-
rier 0 Ij Curd G C Chestnut and
HER TROUBLE lb oCME
Mrs. Thomas H. Davis Montgomery
'nd.. says she had trouble with her
(ladder and had doctored for several
month' i without relief when Foley
Kidney Fills were recommended and
ihn commenced usLitg them and got
ivlief. They relieve backache rheu-
matic rains stiff swollen joints and
kidney trouble. Sold everywhere
& a si as a: :?i k x
TOPICS OF THE
TOWN AND STATE
S SS y. 58 JK If T. r. r- c. rr. r. 35 1-
Fuicral services for the infant child
:r: .Mr and Mrs Hoy Goodbrcd will be
held at the home 117 South First
-street Saturday afternoon at. 2 o'tlock.
i? UACKACHE KIOSEY3 ANO UL'llUt
l'KHSON L AND LOCAL a
?; .'. It; A A
'.'. y. .i. :t. d.
Mr and Mrs V M Woods and daugh-
ter have gone to dishing where they
will make their home
Mrs William Snyd.er has returned
'i' iu a visit at Neosho Mo with her
son Arnett Snyder and family.
Mrs A II Holes left yesterday for
California where she will visit with
ier daughter Mrs Joe Stiles and her
ion Robert Holes and other rela-
ives. She expects to be accompan-
15 HOURS A DAY
Marvelous Story of Woman's
Change from Weakness
to Strength by Taking
Peru Ind." I suffered from a dis-
placement with backache and dragging
down pains so
badly that at times
I could not be on
my feet and it did
not ppem as though
I could stand it. I
any benefit and
told me nothing
but an operation
would do me any
good. My drug-
gist told me of
Lydia E. Pink-
Compound. I took
it with the result
thnt. I nm now well
"t and strong. I get
up in themorningatfouro'clock domy
housework then go to a factory and work
all rlav. come home and get supper and
feel good. 1 don't know how many of
my friends I have told what Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has
done for me. "Mrq Aw a METEP.IAKO
36 West 10th St. Peru Ind.
Women who suffer from any such ail-
f ments should not fail to try this famous
root and herb remedy Lydia b. t'lnK.-
ham'a Vegetable Compound.
you the iH'iit't'it of our
ied home by Mrs Stiles sonvtime in
February or March.
Mrs Lena ltatdilf has returned from
Anadaiko accompanied by little Misi
Nell Catherine Cotteral who w i 1
visit a few days with her grandpar-
ents Or and Mrs C F Cotleral.
CETS GOOD RESULTS QUICKLY
ThiCiie few linvs from 1. I-: Hayues
Mc.-Mester Okla. deserve carel'u'
reading by every one who values gooi
health: "I find no medicine wli'el
acts -so mildly and quickly with gooi
results as Foley Cathartic Tablets
They empty the stomach and bowels
giving all of the digestive organs a
healthy action."- Sold everywhere.
Ss K Si !8 SS 'sti Ui K '.K & X IK JS 'M 'v
IV LOCAL SIOMIINT
School as usual.
In North Logan the snow is Iwr
District court will reconvene for u
tdiort s"ssion lieginning next Mon-
day. Wit ball of bis money lol 'ek-
eteller cimld not. finance . voiid
war for one full week.
Uindetilnii'g und Ludenbiirg are
s.iid io be in control of German stales-iiia-i.
hi i ciii-h as it is.
Chief of Police Mitchell has his
hi n. Is full jurl now clearing the
!'l;ees of the heavy snow.
Butter is celling af $2'.'j a pound in
Lerlin and only the kaiser's boys can
aliord grease on their chins.
Frank l'i'ratl: '''Sometimes it
seems as if the Hon Trot.ky talks
d'fl'erently on his vodkaless day.;."
Furtbenuore if the kaiser really
las mi iron fist as he daims hov
dees he avoid bursting his wrist
Meeting of Company "K" men over
r0 called for tonight at court bouse
Will Buy Munitions
x l )
ft X &. t
" SAMUEL MCRObERTS. p
allluel Aiciionerts lormer wcuior
viqe ii.resklent of the National City
Hank of New York City the largest
and strongest hank in the United
Sratos has heen ho.sen by Secretary
f.f War liaker to head the Procure-
ment division in .the reorganized bu
reau of ordnance. The appointment
piuciLeaiiy (tisplaees General Crozier
whoso explanations o shortage of
arms before tho senate military ot-
fairs eominittc'! caused w much comment
. ft V
ft y i
f. ' v
has been postponed on ai count of the
Train and telegraph service hat
been almost nil today mi account of
the heavy . now north east ami south
C.a s pressure holds out lint it va
necessary to cut off the manufactur-
ers. Heavy plodding for pupils id
high school. ;
List your rooms now lor the Okla-
homa consistory beginning January
Uth. Phono F K Donley !IH! or H W
Snow at some points this morning
i'i'd drifted to a M high as six feet
ome f.-nces north of the city wen
Many a ear owner caught in the
high drills of snow last night lessened
his chance for the hereafter by the
Liuwood Nichols son of Kd Nich-
iis. the druggist is in the M.dhodist
liosij Ital recovering nicely from an
'peraiiou performed Wednesday.
The annual poultry show will close
Saturday. Many fine exhibit:.; are
siiown this time. The exhibit is at
tie room just west id' the Highland
After Fllii yesterday evening all in-
t rurban car service was discontinued
One ear was stalled bid ween C.ulhrio
ind Kdmond and two lHweon Okla-
ii'iiiin City and Norman.
Of course Hie Kansas City Star
may have other views but at thlt
d'. stance it looks as if Colonel Roose-
velt ought to pay advertising rates
.'or bis ciiuipaign thund'T.
faille in the northwestern ipart ol
the stale suffered greatly from 111"
ulizazid of last night. In Heaver
county report today says several
hundred were frozen to death.
A car loaded with mules was open-
ed at. the Santa Fe yards vestenhy
evening by someone and !:'. head so
far have not. been recover"d. The
amies wet" on the way south (o an
In returning from his farm home
f'om Orlando last night Color Cuni-
n ings ran his Ford car off a culvert
ind was injured badly. One arm was
broken and he sustained internal in-
juries. The jitney wm uninjured.
Charles Carpenter federal enforce-
ment officer is here from the east
side. "Lad. week 1 grabbed
quarts of booze in one car; and fur-
thermore we lied up the locomotive
and the ear tin; booze was in and I
am hoping the government will sell
In Chicago during the heavy snow
of Ibis week delivery of city news-
paper routes was discontinued. Kv-
eiy Leader sub-criber got liis pa.per
last night That's I he differ'iice be-
tween the endurance and determina-
tion of Chicago boys and lluthrie
boys. Leaders carriers are faith-
ful. Chamberlain's Tablets.
When you are troubled with indi-
gestion or constipation take Chamber-
lain's Tablets. They strengthen 1 1n
stomach and enable it. to perfora
its functions- naturally. Indigestion k
usually accoiinr.nled by constipation
and is aggravated by it. Chamber-
lain's Tablets cause a gentle move-
ment of the bowels relieving the con-
JK J?i 's'i It) S3 K !S K Stf 3i 15 S3 S5 IK 2 &
ACTIVITIES OF WOMEN a
Sinuk Mary is conceded to be the
richest native woman im Alaska.
Women in Japan are being employed
in large numbers as docksters.
Over 2d noil female nurses will be
required in army haspitals in this
country and1 France during the com-
After February I women in Eng-
Fluffy Soft Sly Long
POMADE HAIR DRESSING.
Pleasantly pcrlumcil.iiot stic-kyotRiimmy I
Herolin stimulates and nourishes the I
root9 of the hair causine natipy. coarse I
aliibboro kinky or short hair to crow I
soft lonir silky easy to Dianaue so you I
r.n Hi It !p !T1 ?.r?y ClylC IU liiuv.
DROFP nnd Stops ITCHING SCAI.r.
Don't bcfonlrd. Br sure you grt Herolin.
.Sold by hull Stows or
SEND 28 CENT Ist-iinr" or coin) fnraWff l"x I
HEROLIN MEDICINE CO. Atlanta Georgia I
' BECOMES (LIe PICTURE) '
Warner's Safe Remedies
A ('oiistant lioon to lnviilitk Since 1ST7
Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Remedy.
Warner's Safe Diabetes Remedy.
Warner's Safe Rheumatic Remedy.
Warner's Safe Asthma Remedy.
Warner's Safe Nervine.
Warner's Safe Tills (Constipation and Biliousness)
The Reliable Family Medicines
Sold liy IcailiiiLT tlrnu'irists e ciywliere.
Sample sent on receipt of ten cents.
Warner's Safe Remedies Co. Dept. 427. Rochester N. Y.
1 Mid will be prohibited from went
itig ! hoes with uppers cxeeed'.nn sev
en inches in height of l-atlier.
Women bdtt r carriers will take the
. .aces of men drafted for army serv-
ice in several of th" postal stations
111 New York City.
The women of Siam are in supreme
eonininad in that little tropical eotm-
tiy where they have legal status willli
men. Tlvy are the local bead of the
household and no business transac-
tion of a married couple is valid
without the signature of the wife.
The Chiic.iKo Milk IMivers' union is
scki-iif? women to replace the men
('livers who have been called away to
BUY "WAR STAMPS" AND SAVE.
FIRST WOMAN MANAGER OF
r 4 WW. V ! wiL
r. .' - - M'. v
t wi nien of the Vn'.led Ktatea will ap-
Jliss Catherine Itleecker who i-i l.he pieclate. She ways if you will give
first woman lo reach that height of j her ideas which can be made profit-
the theatrical profession tho man-j able on the stage she will give you
acemeiit of a theater on liroadway si gar not. money in payment. Sh"
.evv York Clly has inaugiirated her think sugar will draw more ideas
new venture with a proposition wiheh ! now than will cash.
Clothing will be higher priced.
Buy a Suit or Overcoat Now.
IT WILL PROVE THE BEST INVESTMENT YOU EVER
We sire faeiiifj liilicr prices on all ( 'lot liinj;. nenrly -. ' i vy-
tliitifi; coiitiiines to ndvttiicc an1 no i'edncti"iis are pi niin- -il
for the near l'nt lire.
"We can assure you positively Unit any suit or ovuvoai
purchased in our store TODAY will menu a saving well worth
your consideration. In fact we jire advised that hy the Fall of.
1!1S we will he iinahle to offer for sale an ALL AVOOL garment
at any price. TIIL (iOVLUX.M KNT WILL COXTIiOL JUK
NATION S WOOL SLl'lMAr.
The Coiiimcrcial Hoard of National Defense in a letter to
the Clothing .Manufacturers of the U. S. dated Sept. 4 1917
"We are facing !t serious wool shortage immedialo actto'i
must he taken to assure if possihlo ait adequate supply rf iv.ml
for the needs of the Army and Navy. Consequently the f.-;.rd
recoittiiiiends that in so far as possible cotton-mixed jMh-i-s
and fabrics containing re-worked wool should bo substiUil l'i
for all wool fabrics in the. manufacture of garments for the
civilians use." . t. v (
This recomniendation will soon be put into force by the
wo-olen mills of this count rv.
STYLE PLUS CLOTHING which now sells Nationally at
$17 and .21 will advance in the Spring 11)18 to $21 and $25.
The All Wool quality and guaranteed satisfaction as in tho past
will be maintained for this Spring but what the Fall season
will produce is yet to bo seen.
The STYLEPLUS Suits and Overcoats that wc now have
in .stock however wc will sell you while they last at the old
price $17 and $21. " .
We also have a very good selection of All Wool Worsted
Suits including lUtic Serges at $15.00 $18.00 $20.00 $22.50
If you can and will it. is our advice to BUY NOW.
!imu;sii)i;m am win:
PLAY COM' IN SU
Uravins the icy ground and chilly
winds which kept most Washington-
inns indoors the President and Mrs
Wilson went to the golf links this
morning and played eighteen holos.
As protection against the snow and
ice which covered the links they wore
heavy go It shoes.
This is t ho I";: hi ti!tir y i ';
the president h;.s 1 U O t " vo it. tin li ld:.
for two weeks. His niess.tKe to con-
gress asking railroad legislation and
'other matters of vital importance
have held his attention.
The roads to the links were so bad
that the motorcycle guard was iinahln
to follow the white house oar.
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