Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 55, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 5, 1910 Page: 3 of 8
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CHICKASHA DAILY EXPRESS CIIICKASHA OKLAHOMA.
TO HI8 "AFFINITY." j
I have eyes soft and blue aa the mid-;
I have lips of carmine ripe and met- j
low ' . ;
While you are an ugly and utrange.
lit Do thing
Most decidedly diugy aid yellow. j
Yet it's you who ca;l evening hang ;
on his lips
And it's .vou that he loudly caresses)
While for me he lias naught but a
careless okl bus
And a good-natured pat on my
It Is you who can lure hiiu to beaut i-'
While I cook his beef and his mut-
U;n And pretend to bo satisfied sewing up
Ami adorning bis cout with u but-
I uiunel at this hUange enigma In
As the tears from my Us Ilea I wipe
Uut alas! I am only his dutiful wife
Ami you arc; his horrid old pipe!
Helen Howland Chicago Journal.
Idle Hour Whist
Club Entertained. '
A delightful card party at which Mr.
ai'U1 Mrs. J. C. Good were host ami
hostess was enjoyed Tuur.-.d.iy evening'
by the members of the Idie Hour WblM
Club und several tables of guests. Afi-:
er tho distribution of the dainty taI-
lies the guest found their places at ;
tho wuall tables where the club game'
.aa played. The lady in the club scor-;
lug liigh was Mrs. Paul Vunn who re-
ceived a set of crocheted doilies. Mr?.
McNulty the guest inning the most'
games was presented with a pretty
laco collar. Mr. Jarboe and Mr. Bare-
foot won the getiUemau's favors.
whk-h were books An rfabora-e
lun.heon was servct by Mrs. Good ;
after 'the lt game to Me-srs. aul
Mesdamcs Johns aun Abercrombie ;
Htimpnrey iKttis jarnoe Aamnner
Stouv and Bare Cout Mrs. Daidiou
and Mr?. McNulty.
Pythian Sistere Institue
i rein u.h.rt
The PjtLiaii Sisit-rs of this city In-'
diluted a lodge at Ilobart Tuesday
cveulug with a charter membership '
of thirty-two ladles and ten knights.
The wotk as conducted by Mr. A. :
B. Morgan afslsU'tl by Mendames Kl-
.'ea. Garner. Gilbert Utterback. Evans: Mls tC. Hamilton has been quite aul
IUchard.4 Burgt :t. Caldwlel. Crosby. lmilIiJ Kli a severe cold for severaL
Darnell and Scott. After the iui'it.j. ut isJ m)W rt.cui.ra!is.
tion tuppor a served by the Ilobart
tih'ir tho r. iMt dellch'--
Iocg and the ladK r port ocitfeii
On Moisdiy i-cxin
March :'S. the:
IjtUUu Suter will have a cJass ini-
tiation in Chlc-kasha. and ft number of
the Ilobart temple will be pretcnt. In-' Maccab$ Give Surprise Party. Sorosis Will Elect Officers.
tlUllvus will also be IsPUid toother The Maccabee Ladies gave one of. Sorosis S'udy Club will hold a !us .
temples. All Pytblau Sisters are urged ' their delightful stirprif" parties on . iness meeting next Wednesday after-j
to be prcscn; next. Mouda -to cotr.- Wednesday arternoon or this week at noon at the home of Mrs. D. E. Lmer-
meuct practicing for tH'' ' 't iou. the home of Mis B. F. Kendig com- son at w nich the annual election of
j . ' plliiientary 10 Mrs. D. JK Ills of Wichita j oflicers .will take place. There will;
Mr. Kendig Celebrates Birthday. j Fall l Texas L hive and Mrs. Esther J he no lesson.
An old-fashioned Invitation. "Come Ferguson who Is toon to leave fpr At a meeting last week the mem-1
aud eat dinner with us" was joyfully' Kansas City. The ladies brought many hers ot b'orosis decided to give a med-i
accented bv the friends of Mr. aud
Mrs. I!. F. Kendig who helped Mr.
'Kcndlit ceiehrutc his lxtT-flfth birth-1
day List Monday. Many remembrances ;
and good Ishes from the friends of painted bread and halter pine. The
tho host made tho occasion one ofi-BeeV present were. Mesdames Ban-
delight to him. Those who enjoyed ' Black Brown. Burch Cook Kates. Uo-
tlic hospitality vt Mr. aud Mrs. Ken- don Gray.' Herr. Lortett. MeCauley
dig wtre: Mr. and Mrs. Bond. Mr.! New II 1'ressley. Stoddard. Wubker
and Mrs. F.stes. Mr. and Mrs. Kd Kv-'Wrst and Wheeler. Other visitor
ans Mr. and Mr. L. J. Gray Lou auJiprcieut were. Mrs. Aiidrecu.1M'ls Bes-
Ben Gray Mrs. E. Ferguson and Mrs.jsie MeCaulcy Miss Waisin West. Mas-
Dennis DellU of Wichita Falls Texas t tor Ben Gray and Baby Cook.
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Chautauqua Circle. ; Miss Lacy Sparks Honored.
The Chautauqua meeting for Wed-: in . mllandlni General
ucslny Vch. ! is iu charge of u douies-
.I ...I . IH. rf ulil!. Al-: '
i.ie- Kii-ucu w"iu"uv.v . "-"V '.
H A. C'olcy in chairman and !!1 be
held at the home of Mrs. Ccley. Tile:
prognun will be s follows:
Holl Call. Responses from
Dlscus-Blon "Iu the lvitcheu Ciardcn
Practical?" Mrs. Coley.
DlscuHsicn "The ijcrvaul Question"
Jlefi'e-sUmeuts and de uioilslrutloii.
New Century Club.
Tho niembt'iiB of the New Century'
Club met w lt.li Mrs. Korlt last Wcdites-;
day afternoon having a most. Interest-'
lug acsMon. Mrs. McAlestcr of Und-
ittj" wns a gvt at the. nieetiiig. Theilego Widow" very Uelinlitfully last t
club will .nK.fl next w-eek with Mrs. I night at a reception and dance. In the;
Paul D. Vanu aul the lesion subject
will bo "W'oiiHm In Literature!." Koll
call will bo responded: to with names
f wouinr Avrltrs
y u i is i
j All items intended for the society columns in Saturday's
! paper should be in not later than 4 p. m. Friday.
FOLK DANCES TAUGHT IX !
. - r - rT r CJ I
NEW VOItK'S i'UBLIC SCIIOOLfe j
COPYRIGHT UKDtKMOKD l U KftHWOUlJ
Among the luteal ideas in llie public schools of New York is instinct ion In
the folk dancer of the uations. The little girls take pvat tellt'!it in this
hriinch of their school work. Our oleture shows two lassies who may or may j
not bo d fX'udauts of Scotia's sous and
TWELVE YEARS AGO
Ut.Ul8 concerning so-t
Mk a.e l;ik011 froiu ;
edition of the Chickaslia '
Kxurcb nubile led in IMS:
The He v. Dr. HamlUoii Mrs. Ilamil
ton. the Kcv. and Mrs. Clicks Birch and
Judge and Mis. F. A. Fisher were eu-;
tcrta ned at Cilmier las: inurMiaj oj
Mrs John Light oj her beautiful horn ?
irt. F. L liiddle piesident of the
Soiosis. called at this office on busi
s...u is r..i:n-liiB a "Year Book." i
Th vluk't bt-fu i-hoM'ii as iUe i!iui;
packages of good things to eat and an '
excellent luncheon was enjoyed by t
hostess and "guests. The Chiekasha ;
hive presented Mrs. Dellis Ith a hand
. Tayior of the Oklahoma Divlblon. V. C.
v.. Miss Lacy Sparks w;m notified of .
lur l.kH.io as stute luaM of honor at;
. lti.int .. union . I... h.1l In Mo-
bile. Aht. April 11.V27. Mlsa l.acy is the Nation's Mjkinj;."
l.uiRliter of Mr. and Mrs. 1. U. Spai-Ks. i
who arc among the Highly tfcnii-d The business inc ting of the Worn-
pioneers or 'Chlckasha. She Is a very mi.s Home Mission Sbclcty held In the
at tractive little lutly and .loe Slit lliy ! . ttlnMli t clniieli pu loi.- Thursday alt-
Camp U. C. V. as well us ChlcUushu: tniool)i wns jniercvtliiK and Hell a:-
is honored by the recognition that has ! (.n.jt
been accorded to her. 4 .
Sane Scucl Club Entertains
"Colleae Vidow" Cast.
The Oun(j ladle of the Sana Bond'
Club entertained the cast of "The Co!-;
library. "Tim affair was cnjo.va.blc and:
informal and dancing made the even- j
lug puss w Iftly. Delicious punch and
dainty. rrifrehlunents weru served j
daughters dancing the highland fling j
Mls Lucll- Ikard came down from
SWing 0c on Wednesday- noon train j
to take part in tie emei tainment given I
. . . iviiv nicht n i
by bt. Luke s Guild on 1-1 Idav nifelit ai .
llie home of Dr. and Mrs. T. H. Wil-
Hants. Mis lkard is the guest of Mrs
. ; Ben Hamilton.
Attorney and Mrs. X. M. Williams j
i left last Thursday night for "God's!
Country" La Grange Texas their old
home where they will enjoy a visit
wiili relatives and will forget for ai
liitit: the ills that we are heir to in the
B. I. T.
Thc UpHeUillg of a lamp in Mrs.
Ri(iulo s room at the Grand Avenue
. 6'undav niht bid fair for a
.onllagration for a few minutes. The
s dv use of a cliemk a Hi e extin-
jiulur jut it out wiuiout uauuiKt ue-
youi. the fright.
al Mich year to the student making the ;
most progress during the year in til
art. department of the I. I. & C.
SOCIETY NOTES. I
Mr and Mrs. A. 1. Morgan will en-
tertain all the Pythian Sisters who as- j
slsted hi .instituting the temple t Ilo-
bart. and tin ir husbands. Thursday
evening of next week. The Pythian
Sisters who w ere detained by sickness
will also no entertained
The i W.
ill meet in .tho ;
Christian church iiuilor Monday after-
noon. .March 7 .Mrs. M . U Jones host-
ess; Mis. I'. V Smith leader. The
lout.- will be Missions ii Factor ill
On Tuesday of ne.vt week the "U.i-
conhiiis" of Soros-Is Club will be the
: attest of Mrs. ICd .Johns.
.Mr. mid Mrs. II. L. .iarboe will eute.-
tain the South Hill .00 Club on Tueis-
day cvculax of iu:M week.
The Silk Siocluiif Club will be eu-
tertalued by Mrs. Miron Humphrey on
Saturd:y March 1J
T C I
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Uy Louis Sonolet
(Copyright by tihort SioiIps Co. Ltd.)
"Deuce take it.' Nine o'clock al-
ready!" cried Col. Noirot aa lie woke
on the morning' of July 23 18.10. ' "I
must hurry up. This is Wednesday
and if 1 don't get to Morasson's in
tiluf r"B' bira9elf
a8an t0 llie ueHt of tlle lobster.
For 15 years since lie bad been on
half-pay. the ex-colenel of the One
Hundred and Second had taken his
meals regularly at the boarding house
kept by one Morasson Itue Monsieur-le-Prince.
He found there good plain
i cooking which did not disagree with
i a digestion somewhat injured by pri-
j rations during the campaigns in Rus-
I sia and Spain and also quiet fellow-
' boarders who wer? very willing to
i listen twice a day to stories about.
carrying the plateau of Platzen and
the insurrection in Madrid.
All went well up to the day that a
: tall man wilh a profile like a razor.
and a pale smooth face rising above
: a high cravat and a coat of very old-
I fashioned cut joined the company at
j table lie was an emigre. Count de
Kines and the colonel clenched hia
i lists angrily when he learned that he
: wan a captain in the Body Guard.
A few days after a serious incident
; caused an outbreak of the storm
which had long been rumbling in th
This man of bronze had one weak-
I uess; he was passionately fond ot
I lobster. Wednesday was a festival
I with him for every Wednesday Morass-
bon bought one of the delicious cms-
taceaus at market. Put owing to the
j high price of this extra he bought
; only one. And his patrons consider-
! ately made it a point to leave the tid-
bits winch as every one knows are
the claws to the colonel.
But lo one Wednesday when Noirot
urrived joyfully anticipating making
' his weekly orison to the "Cardinal of
I the Seas" he saw as ho entered the
lobster's claws in the body guard's
Redder than the body of the shell-
fish he was about to spring at bis ini
'. . . . f
pwdeut rival but restrained himself
ragcous insults which had so many
limes before been answered by the
"Get up there monsieur." he said
pointing to the serving table "and
dance one of the dances of your coun-
try for me."
The ether did not stir but answered
in his coldly courteous tone:
"If you wish monsieur I will show
you in the smoking room in one les-
son how the men of my native land
Five minutes later the two lovers
of lobster stood sword in hand. or.
I be billiard table in the next room
and at the second thrust the loloncl
received a wound most ai'tinlieully
dealt in the neighborhood of the
shoulder which kept him in bed for
two weeks. This time lie had found
his muster and it was not surprising
during his .0 years of exile Count
de Fines had taught fencing; in the
Royal academy of JJorlin.
When Noirot recovered he was
obliged to return to Movawson's where
a constantly increasing bill still bound
! him. Alas he w as obliged to bear In
i silenee many humiliations nay even)
At the end of four months of sup-
pressed curses and silent wrath the
colonel runld bear it. no Inniror. One
Wednesday the long pent-up torrent
of resentment burst forth and. in a
paroxysm of tury he hurled the may
onnaise at the Ruaidsiuan's head. The
latter livid with rage said in his lit
tie hissing voice as ho wiped it off.
that if a man desired to light a duel j president of the t'nited States to tmi-
he could at least ask for it courteouly. ieipal officials including; governors
They fought again on the same bil- j 0r states and mayors or cities; and as
liard table. j presidents chancellors regents and
This time the fencing master did j prore&sors of universities colleges
not wish to miss his man. The con- j aiu) academies they have exercised a
flict "was King and bravely main- 10wpi ful influence upon education. In
tallied. Hut at last Noirot fell eerl- j h industrial field they were tho nio-
ouuly wounded within two Inches of
When the colonel a little before
ten o'clock in the morning left Ills
room in the ftue Saint Denis ho was
J far from suspecting the grave events
' which were rutting the pnimtaiion of
l ails ui that. ery hour. Ho had no
knowledge of anything that was oc-
curring and did not in the least sus-
pect that at tho very moment h left
bis modeft chamber on the M'u fjoor
the revolution was muttering in the j
heart of Paris. I
He walked on at his usual pare ' U
! complete!.'' absorbed by the fixed idea
"lat 'ie ni'6lit perhaps snatch the
choice morsels away from his rival.
To rouse him required the passing
of a regiment ot the line marching
hurriedly to take a position on the
island of the city. This time he in-
stantly forgot the lobster and the
"My it's my old One Hundred and
Second!" he cried. "Where the deuce
ran it be going at that rate?" And
approaching a young lieutenant he
asked what the regiment was aoing
out at that hour. !
"A few brawlers to correct mon-jf
siour" replied Ihe officer haughtily. I j-
"It sijein8 that a handful of dunces
have amused themsel -ss by building 1 1
a line or barricades which obstructs j
passing along the left bank of the f
Oh this had very little to do with '
Col. Xolrot's affairs. Barricades! Th
passing obstructed! Well and his
lobster! But the old officer began to
move briskly by the side of the little
soldiers with anxious brows and trou-
bled faces shouting: "Left right!
Left right!" as in the former times
pleased to hear once more the curt
military intonations. They stopped at
the Pont du Chatelet which was en-
tirely closed by a barricade.
Leveling their bayonets two com-
panies rushed forward to the attack
and Noirot unconsciously fell into the
charge with them. He was LI years
younger. Like the old war horse he
bad rushed into the melee inspired by
the memory of 30 years' fighting or.
all the fields of Europe. What delight
to feel once more even for an hour
the old battle spirit!
He sprang like a madman into thc
midst of the defenders of the barri-
cade and weeping for joy fell into
the arms of Commander Reinbert.
Oh how they embraced each other
under the silken folds of the trl-col-ored
flag which Noirot also covered
"Well we have them at last" cried
Reinbert. "All Paris Is rising in the
name of liberty. Iu two hours the
national colors will float over Notre
"And I" groaned Noirot "triple
ass old blockhead was marching
against you with the One Hundred
and Second. A little moro and I
should have charged with the bay-
onet." And tearing the flag from Itein-
bert's hands he again leaped on the
barricade yelling in the voice that
had been heard at Austerlitz. Most
of the officers of the One Hundred and
Second had served iu the Grand Army.
They recognized Noirot and greeted
him with loud cheers. Shouts of vic-
tory ran from front to rear of the col-
umn rising to the windows whence
handkerchiefs were waving rolling
like a vengeful echo through rebelli-
ous Paris. Aud the soldiers in the
ranks their faces no longer troubled
waved their shakos on the tops of
their muskets as their fathers had
done at Lutzen and Dresden in the
pathway of the conqueror. Napoleon.
At the square near the Odeon there
was another barricade but fighting
was over. People were allowed to
pass and an old grenadier in his
uniform of IS 13 was gallantly assist
ing two pretty grisettes to climb over
the heans of paving stones where
here and there slender streams of ;
blood were trickling. The girls did j
not seem at all frightened. They j
were rosy and smiling. Yet several j
corpses in blue coats ftili lay in the i
"There has been firhting here?"
Noirot asked the old soldier.
"Very hard fighting sir. The Royal
Guard did not come off easily I can j
The Royal Guard! The words re- 1
minded the colonel of what he had j
been thinking when he met the One i
Hundred and Second his serious '
anxiety about the Wednesday lobster I
the confounded guardsman. Of course !
the scoundrel had encountered fewer
obstacles on his way than he and j
must have finished his meal long ago. '
Yet after all. perhaps the popular ex- i
citement might have prevented his I
coming that morning. Who could j
With his heart full of this hope the i
brave officer went on toward the
house when he stumbled over one of
the bodies lying at the foot of the bar- j
ricade. An unheard of unexpected. (
marvelous providential sight indeed. !
It was the poor guardsman.
In spit of his fierce resentment j
Col. Noirot bared his head. I
"So all was ended the humiliations.
the affronts the race for the tid-bits' I
But suddenly the shadow of some
j anxiety flitted over his face his fea-
Uires expressed keen uncertainty and
in tone of the sharnest uneasiness.
U5- CAV1..u .
"Good heavens! can he have been
already to breakfast?"
; West Point's Proud Record
! Graduates or West Point have tilled
everv important public office from
neer enslneers of our eastern and
transcontinental railroad and presi-
dents and chief engineers of many
completed systems; civil engineers
lawyers editors authors clergymen
physicians and architects they have
contributed prominently to science
art letters and ethics; as bankers and
bank presidents manufacturers farm-
ers and. planters they have added
morn than their share to the national
$3.50 & $4
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v V ( f' -"i All
jAl V' r-
BROi It CO
Easter Sunday Comes Early This Year
MARCH 27th and it behooves every man to be thinking
what he is going to wear on Easter. Our stock of Spring
Hats Shirts Underwear Hosiery Neck Ties etc. is now
complete and ready for for your inspection.
CALL AND LET US SHOW YOU.
D. J. TREADVELL
Low One Way Fares
C ALIFO RN I A
PACIFIC NORTH WEST
$25.00 to Principal CALIFORNIA Points
Slightly Higher to
Tickets on Sale Mar. 1st to April IS
For complete information see
Local Agent or write
H. M. BROWN D. P. A.
For One Week Commencing
Sunday Night March 6th
The Alhambra Stock Co.
With Their Own Band and
'The Best Man Wins" .
"Way Over Yonder1'
"For Her Sake"
"True Irish Hearts"
"Man and Master"
I TRY McCANN
r t rvTn
W V -O J-W
Phono427. Prompt Dolivcry.
525 Chickasha Ave.
$5.50 to. $0
u E m i J
Our Stock of Spring Clothing
Comprises all the latest styles and
fabrics in the famous
'I A r4 I n v r? n r V n o 4- r i- fir
vv ool nana lanorea oui.s.
. C; P.nironlflflH
Blue Serge Suits
$15 $20 and $25
Grey Worsted Suits
$18 $20 and $25
$3.50 to $6.00
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