Muskogee Daily Phoenix (Muskogee, Oklahoma), Vol. 10, No. 174, Ed. 1 Sunday, July 16, 1911 Page: 12 of 20
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SUNDAY MORNINO — o — MUSXdGBE DAILY PHOINIX—o— JULY SIXTEENTH
Spencer Jacket of Colored Taffeta
i&y 'Barbara- Bo^d
Some Women We Ought to Know
Dr. Alice Marval and All Who Have Laid Down Their
Lives for Their Sisters
A MONO the windows in the Cathedral at Liverpool commemorating the
deeds of Rood women In one to Dr. Alice Marval, and all who have
laid down their lives for their sisters. The name of Alice Marval 1*
little known in America, perhaps little known outside of England und her
India possessions. Hut through the action of the Cathedral authorities in
thus recognizing and honoring her work, she will at last come Into her own,
and receive the world-wide appreciation which her brave life merits. And
although she did not work for any such reward, It is but Just that It is
given to her; for by thus giving it, her life becomes known und becomes an
Inspiration to others. For all who do great things, as did Alice Marval, help
not only In the doing, but In the example they leave to live through the
ages as Inspiration and encouragement to others.
Alice Marietta Marval was born in 1806. Taking up rather late in life
the study ol medicine, she qualified at the age of 3 6, and after due prepara-
tion offered herself for work In the mission field. 6t. Catherine's Hospital
«it awnpore was established In connection with the S. P. Q. in 1899. It was
officered wholly by women, and was Intended for the use of native women
Bhut out by custom from ordinary medical attendance. To this hospital
Alice Marval was sent as Junior doctor; and when the plague settled down
fe shon^'i Wlt,h0Ut c,'R8atton' Dur" « t e last month of her
contrni't<>il 1 h<T i! Patients In the city. Weakened by the strain, she
contracted the dlHoano, und passed away in 1904.
„r .l°(nIy lw6 'am,ltar wIth th* condition of women In India can fully ap-
Jabored fatthfi i!** T" "J V""'1' W0U,d to Thai she
t L I. n f HHW ,h" need"- 8hows ,he klnd uf wom™ «he
was. It is this sort of heroism the world Is always In need of. Fortunately
fess VuTthe^n rt" V>e,.d?inger. "f 'U'"lh fr"'" H,lrkl"K to one'8 grows
lone rt„h\E. ... . . * ^ ** T""r" 18 work needing to be
li ft dinv bat Mn "7,1 T °Wn 'arKe vv,,rk ,hat ls repulsive, that
ieemlng Li tres B1^har .OUrana annoyan,eK "nd di-courugementH and
wUhou? , ® ,1 re JuHt "" Kn ut need to work unwearledly and
without cessation as there was when battling with the plugue at Cawnnore
fplratlon ForVth "m" °f HU<h workers us Allce Marval are an ln-
Dee.av w« V C°U 8llCy to thelr ,!lskB' BUrely we can also; es-
PKt: not face dputh « ^ey did with such sublime courape.
hlnk !! l k i workers, the world cannot get on; and It Is glorious to
vc"ku.rw:;n„,r,r,,';"*>•u"j u- *«"
USES FOR HALT.
A pinch of salt on the tongue, fol-
lowed by a drink of cold water, will
cure sick headache.
It hardens the gums and makes the
Ily adding a little salt to the water
cut flowers may be kept fresh much
By using very fine dry salt as one
Would snuff for oolds. hay fever may
A shallow teaspoonful of salt dis-
solved in a oupful of hot water will
relieve dyspepsia and Indigestion.
Strong suit water will revive an un-
conscious person quicker than brandy
Salt and pineapple Juice will cure
mild cases of gastritis.
Salt added to water in which col-
-ored dresses are washed will prevent
Smooth flatlrons by rubbing over
Fifty years ago and more they wore -these quaint little silk couts over
light summer frocks and the new Spencers are really not unlike the old
fashioned sort. The coat pictured is of changeable taffeta in pink and
blue-violet colors and a piping of deep violet goes all around the edge.
The garment is gathered under a hi rh belt of the taffeta and is slashed
away In cutaway effect In front, two pointed tails hanging below the hip
at the back.
Sprinkle dry salt on
rugs before sweeping.
Your "for sale" ad, should sell that
old desk, or other "used but useful"
The Chicago Drug Company
announces the completion of the
CHICAGO DRUG STORE
At 220 N. 3rd St., next to Wigwam No. 2.
And invite the public to pay them a visit.
As an inducement for you to visit the
store we offer for a limited time only the
following prices on staples in the drug line:
Peroxide of Hydrogen, U. S. P 10c
Hood's Sarsaparilla 79c
Syrup Figs (Original) 40c
Wine of Cardui 79c
Swamp Root (Small) 40c
Swamp Root (Large) 79c
Groves' Chill Tonic 40c
S. S. S. (Small) 79c
S. S. S. (Large) $1.50
Ayer's Hair Tonic 79c
Danderine (Small) 20c
Danderine (Medium) 40c
Danderine (Large) 79c
Horlick's Malted Milk (Small) 45c
Horlick's Malted Milk (Large) 85c
Mother's Friend 79c
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound 79c
Similar prices on all patents.
After the theatre visit our Ice Cream Parlor.
We cater to the most refined trade.
Our stock is new and up to date.
Phone us your wants; we deliver free. Phone 1720.
Don't make a mistake and wait un-
til the special fruit is nearly over
and then pay the highest prices for
Don't think overripe fruit
good preserves or jellies.
Don't ever use anything but the
best material for good results.
Don't use what Is called "A" or
■soft white sugar, or bro' n; use gran-
ulated white sugar for all preserves
Don't use granulated sugar for
spiced fruits; use light brown only.
Don't make spied fruit too sweet;
four pounds of light brown sugar to
seven pounds of fruit Is a good pro-
Don't use an abundance of spices—
too much makes it taste bitter.
Don't cover preserves or jellies
while cooking; they are apt to boil
Don't use cold sugar for Jellies;
treasure the strained fruit juice; to
each pint allow or.e pound of the best
granulated sugar. Put It on a plat-
ter In the oven to heat and add It tc
the boilliigr liquid.
Don't put hot preserves in cold
glasses or Jars and not expect aeei
dents; have the glasses or jars in
scalding water, rinse well, then till as
quickly as possible.
Don't allow preserves to stand about
after they are cold; put melted par-
affin on, cov#r with lids, wash off
every trace of stickiness, and put In
a cool, dark place for future use.
Don't cook preserves over a gas
range without ftn asbestos mat.
Don't let them cook without sttrrlng
even when the fire is low.
Don't neglect to drop apples, pears,
peaches, and all light colored fruit
Into a bowl of cold water as you do
them, to prevent discoloration before
HAPPILY 111T NOT WELL.
"What do you think?" she cried,
"Edith Redding'* cousin, that pretty
one that was here last summer, has
gone off and married a college pro-
fessor and the family are awfully up-
"Gracious!" exclaimed Miss Olcott.
"What was wrong with him?" John
"Why, a professor, you know."
"What—um—what did her family
do?" asked Kate.
"Do! You can Imagine! Why, she
oould have married—well, a duke, I
"Whut—er—what did her friends
do?" asked John.
"Why, well, you know, she's drop-
ped out. just naturally, herself."
"Is she happy?" came from Kate.
"They say so. Oh I guess she's mar-
ried happily enough, but not well."
"Ilow long can a man go without
' I can't say. The longest Pullman
trip I ever took occupied Sevan
The inexperienced housewife Is
sometimes at a loss as to the proper
sauces to serve. The following list, If
pasted in the recipe book, will often
X.—Cream sauce with sweetbreads.
2.—Orange salad with roast chicken.
S.—Celery sauce with quail.
4.—Stuffed olives with fish balls.
E.—Horseradish sauce with fishballs.
5-—Horseradish sauce with boiled
6.—Horseradish and fried onions
7.—French dressing with sardines.
8.—Mint sauce with lamb.
9.—Yorkshire pudding with roast
10.—Hard boiled eggs and parsley
with boiled salmon.
11.—Cream gravy, strawberry pre-
serves with fried chicken.
12.—Oyster dressing for turkey.
18.—Celery and onion dressing with
1*.—Tart grape Jelly with canvasback
IB.—Currant Jelly with roast goose.
16.—Cucumber catsup with corned
SEEN IN THE 6IIOPS.
For bridesmaids lace caps are In
Bows are placed at every angle on
Both large and small hats are trim-
med with laoe.
A summer novelty Is a CHnvas coat
embroidered in wool.
Green parasols seem to have first
place In fashion's favor.
Rarely do we see a silk dress en-
tirely of one kind of material.
Lace bags over colored silk linings
are carried with evening gowns.
Forget-me-nots are used to form
complete orowns on lingerie hats.
In costumes and separate blouses
the sleeves are, almost without ex-
ception, short elbo wand three-quar-
Broad collars ar^ an important fea-
ture in both the tailored suits and
separate wraps of lightweight
worsteds, silks and linens.
Teacher—"Tommy, do you know
'How Doth the Little Busy Bee?' "
Tommy—"No; I only know he doth
Bargains From the Suit Floor
Any Lingerie Dress (and we own some
swell ones) in the house.
$ 6.98 Lingerie Dresses Half Price $ 3.50
7.50 Lingerie Dresses Half Price 3.75
10.00 Lingerie Dresses Half Price 5.00
12.50 Lingerie Dresses Half Price 6.25
15.00 Lingerie Dresses Half Price 7.50
18.75 Lingerie Dresses Half Price 9.37%
20.00 Lingerie Dresses Half Price 10.00
25.00 Lingerie Dresses Half Price 12.50
30.00 Lingerie Dresses Half Price 15.00
35.00 Lingerie Dresses Half Price 17.50
25 splendid Little Colored Dresses to dJO QC
oHer you for Tuesday only at - - -
These Dresses are very desirable and worth from $5.75 to $8.50— See Window
Separate Skirts, White Linen and Blouse djl OA
Linen; worth $2.50 to $5.00, at - *P 1 •Oj/
OJS/E DA Y ONL Y—Monday we will sell from the
Infant Room choice of our entire stock of Baby
Dresses at One-Fourth less than regular price.
We consider this a splendid offer.
Two well stocked tables of White Shirt Waists;
same Waists have been successful sellers /JO
at $1.25 to $2.00; each - - . . Oi/C
For 1 hour Monday we will sell Hope Muslin; C
from 9 to 10 a. m.; limit 10 yards, at - OC
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