Oklahoma Leader (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 302, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 2, 1921 Page: 2 of 8
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What Acid Stomach Is
and How You iVlay Banish
Bv ROYAL 8. COPELAND, M. D.
CanwRMkxa of HraHh, York Ot>
BY BLANCHE SILVER
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THE ROLL OF HONOR
Men and Women Who tre Doing Their Share That the
Leader May Reach the 30.000 Marie
Farmers Will Pay Him
.<3,000 ai. Inch if He
A SCKE SIGN OP RAJT*.
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1 HOLDING A HUSBAND
Adele Garrison's New Phase of
Revelations of a Wife
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W/iy Wo</ier Grinum'f Oeci ion Relieved Mad**~
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e- -"irh ■! uptoB # rr wfh BB er Ptcky'B Jbw 4mpt>«d :r.
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♦ hat I'^a Neither of oa had thouaht how
•€ laa aaad «Ih t*rrm
Aoiwert to Healtii Qvestioos
OM «f flaa telmrrnm-xt aV/rt 4.
t>.\t aoto>a<f ia Ota* wu* p«".'
la |ii wr- arlwa tl e r -. V-r '*
MVMI ef H* rtr- v . Blfaaa' h-*
kai b VrvwJ mhiiii' rrerr day fee
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ranafM m." - •> •— E '- " ' T'1
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parte* •*•«*«•£• 1. ^>Bra*iB n aa«
tny 4*liJ At e ' a-^ ha^rerar ta !*•
War*! free or a«r^'^*a *a-ar *iea-
Ir. BrtaUt a ftaaiM acj diabeeea.
aridity "i tte at^marh a a tiir —
e j k. q—la t^utre aay raaeJr '«
tar 4*' a • *£.- c f«*l' I am a-*o tre .-. d
r^th ca.^aia a tie a< rr fao .
bait ta Iim? tlM ae.-x acf.
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Avoid Taa Mack F00A ?r ^"-8 T'a «v. r ad-nee aHa- airxd
Leea ef per er.e farry arteif a • 4o«eT
tke Obh TlMy tafca aae or m tfM
a<fc meaL BaeaA-ao tx^-e te 'ercspora/y
rB«ef < <>0 aewr—aa the/ are ".••aal
va aay. fcrprrartdJtf wt!l aerer faarW. !«t. a
HTE^Jry kta zowtl
I r. •awa'-i BU^i. ac>w .1 *.b« ieht e« ar : 'TWirly a lutaf
worker n C*A4o <cuh t Lai , ,j returMd to Ok ibooM "'tty from a
tr,att with kn aoQ at Miaro H* briap back with him r=« ce* y^rl?
ibWrtpt;r/a. at "Q prove* tLa* a ican u n*rer too old to te.
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ia one mora at.
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Atb*7<' report! ti
cb <k-cfr p'an
Tk* rcorain* r
Pran Brother* Ind
Jacon R^in. • atnarj
rt Martin Har:
arratary Loral 1 IS*
s Mcartas ol etgbt
aon for a year,
or aad a r«! hnraanltanaa.
fii ia two itit-«<rlp<lon .
t'aite Mtac Workers of
rrr.*wa ; all of tb*rn on the
Charles M. Hatfield, the California
-ainmakar. who for a food manj
yraar* hag ba^n makina a ?ood lirtn?
'oakaf rain, haa Jaat been offe- -;
I! for every inch of rain he
br.n^ 1 to the Wisconsin farriers. The
offer taa jisi been inade by the
Wlscouta Sonety c? Equity. Hat-
f.aI4 5 e^nipfnatst rooiisU of a tank
•wenty feat hifk. in wharh be pre-
war*- a secret cbernical oaxxtnre.
whirh. he mjs. raakea tha clouds
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' •' • « «• ,*/V""v " * thV wo.il/1 ht.
,r. . r—*<" . .. ° " ,.,-v.- -rv _v • -.! -! lunf" te*T a-
**_ — _ "**. . .. ■■ for ' f. -~1 wM'r "Moth.r 4nr roa
*r. h* --iM.-t !■• w"- k-'w I «>ap-t r>«.r «n^ fcr
.f*. av that Tw ha^an't Jowta or &
thocrt why rno
than T kn
W^^'rr to ra^"'
oM lad laa
-ad a«<1 |eav*a
day. J'-iat Wher.
akotaa M B Ea §
John Hastings. S-
. Okarche, an<1 Ber
ha-o"t been mailed
from *h f'Mlowinf parties
Tattle, r. T. Ayre? Goltry:
lw?re- D . Sweet. HailAT-
L/xk® of Coalgate
r 'ton t war Mail !♦ today
BY LORrTTO r LYNCH
n S-kaowHarH Fxpert In All Mat-
ters lpp*rtai*inr V> Ho«aelH M
Ma «a ire went.
Law Can't Touch "Dead
To Punish or Protect
CHI' AGO HI-. Au* 2.—A man
legally executed, pronoun* **J
d«a'!, an<J the* rerired by meani.
of a pnimotor, ronld c^pttii any
crime known to law. and not b«
liable to proaerution an i l^cal
Tbf couldn't racofnite bta
Ha Brtarbt walk Into tha rotart
r**rm1 of the judra who yentanr A
kim and kill the Jodire who pr«v
cntoi'fd bit fata, and no band
coal Id be laid 00 bim
On tfor otber band, be would
bara ■ pvotectfon tmdar th
law, no mart what offenaa
mtfbt be committed against him.
Tbia ia one of the pbaaea ->f tna
legal Queetioc 'hat haa been
brought up fince the attempts to
raauacifate into life tha bodie* of
fttm rardtnella and Vlck Viana.
murderer* hung here recently.
The law ta takinr no chanrea
nowr, tad bodiea are beine held
aareral honra by the authorities
Rt Re*. Thomas Grace, Catholic
I bishop of Sacramento, la 80 years old
France today will unveil a monu
**Hcthar g Fasrty Akoat Tkat T*
"T a • rryth.-# doea a^r«i 'rrr-
dry.** aald Ha«r l'«i at th
(liar a , ' h.r-re h«r Sot a e:*^ ct «
t - .4 — irred Ki *aa-itr "Tt-Jt 'xr*
• la*ar : :.*'Ja :rae-**a are ta 1- ar
a r*B* the vima l ite a Ne«k."" fc
-a .chad 'Svw. I can t im fho ea#
a'a* 'f b Bfc-- ae I* e eft.- w.at.d '
"■rj 4 eli whan :t u z^ 'g *-- ralr^ 1
ttippnm rt*a airtttao for >•« arroaa tk#
arr.,: rue >l a'
**Wrt tei corhfa*'" nrtalifH M-
Hla-a Ast Ar.d "f It w-r- I probaMr
co-.'da't raad tt. for rr. / w i
•a^.,y ter'.a^e^ But ! do ksea- ta *
-o-arh. air* a.at a gi-tn \ *arr-- t
-A a'/fre k'.jwf. ard I'ra ! B'r.H to priflt
tharj w^..n#w«r he lea*-a t xrn h->t
•cm atdi -jp j'Va They're totni a* th-«
TOttti ib tha W«d yrm e t rra: aaacre^
•• •ra to a e*vova- 'ft ?*a ' That a
aiy one way f te: nr. for tfaer" Bra a
arret ir try •? Terar' a * a '
**«rr7 looked at thr J.«* * of *! a poy
ar rrra a'ora har nr.d 'her a 'I !a'--«"1
•o fc. ^ac'.cf rrerrtly ah-*;-.* tbatr a t-
• read becea *o th-a w:r.d tmra
!Th*y look u if ther were holdina Wi
'-.*r • m aktrta"* v.. fa-j*he** I. *f
tbe fa:r #« do wher. they d^r -• '
"Srrar wora aklr^a laoThe-1
( Mr Bla-k Art. "Bat |' t aeer. tha c: i
•he fatrlra ir and the ieawi do too*
«• tha*r, v.' • ■ % ~*m Cancel ra-
all rcu. for (be roead^wa certainly need
"Onrra fd better hurry home or I'll
rat wet." PacO' 4a'<1 Jumpinr up
Mr tllack Ant ahook his h«ad and
threw out a ahower of aawd'-nt.
"^•*0 >x won't rain murk before nlaht."
be replirC "Bur you ean bank on I
rvery rtrra you aee the leavte turninc
o*er ihat way." ard an ay ba ran over
iha «dse of -ha log
P«crr buntad ar.d hunted f^r him. but
• ha cr.uJdn't find him any plara. and.
_ . . a rt*«ng up the aaarch. she ran home.
Columbua for boapltal work for Rich Mr h w h.r morra :au*h.d when
and wounded war veteran* will be P'«gr told iter what Mr. Black Ant had
ono of the principal mbjwtn din- ','j? "'I'™ ,7"r " " ."■ '-
.. . !<*• eundown tha Bk> oacama cloudad
cuaaed at the supreme convenMoa of krd tht e;flnp th# m<adow,
Fra-t TerWtas tr !:re % -*
erj* anr! ir. order to get tbeir
to take a bunch of
f , 1^, FranklfB, Grimes
crna'oee n payment for a yea
*11* eating the tomatoes aii'l p
at pr^opecta from
.atest tn:k was
- «'r:p*"r. '.
A th® Leader for
Okla irain sends in ot>e n«w subscription.
after hanging an hour before
they are turned over to tbe dead
Chicago jurists are divided
over tbe status of a person who
might be thus revived.
Judfe Huao Friend and Judge
David Brother! take tbe stand
Axaiatant State Attorney Lloyd
Hetb declared *utb a com pi na-
tion would free the man. "He
could walk out of tbe morgue,
and tbe law couldn't touch him.
But be couldn't marry and
couldn't vote. If he were beaten
up by a citizen, tbe citixen
couldn't be punished for anything
triore serious than cruelty to
"There was an old theory that
If the rope broke, the law was
fulfilled and the man couldn't
be bung again." aald Judge
Harry Fisher. "That idea is not
according to modern law. Either
he's dead or alive."
rioa. Waco. Texas, book dealer end§ in one ne* sub-
writes thi * he i* rertamly f d to 1*^ the Leader
crrer the 17 nark, and that be wishes Texas had
The forerunner of a Labor Da- y *n Texas will oe a
a Hat that will assure us
4. r. vo*
such a daily.
large Leader circulation. When we ha
T*xa- r-*~ f.;;pport such a daily, it
SOX CASE TO
the order, opening today
At a apecial election in Miasourl
today, proposala for a aoldlera* ,
i mant to Corporal Pougeot, tha flrat t>onus. the holding of a constitutor
iiMtildaer killed in tbe world war. al convention and a proposed amend-
Deiegatea from many (.ountrtea are nient empowering women to hold of-
t-expe^ted In Toronto today for a will be nubmltted to the de-
. meeting ot the Universal Craftmen's ' lalon of the voters.
iCouncil of Engineering.
Democratic primarlea will be held | The industry of producing motion
ucm*t. a ti a. h saa«e««« r.
In Virginia today for tha choice of pictures In the United States repre Million Dollars 3 Month
| candidate- for atate and other of- senta an investment of five hundrec Raised By International
flees to be filled by the fall election, million dollars
All sections of tha United States
land Canaula will be represented in To date the British government
! Boston today at the opening of tb< bas awarded 1.22MM ailver ar
1 national convention of the Catholic ' badges.
'Total Abstinence union of America. |
Flans for the expenditure of the
.vrw YORK. Aug 2 <By C. P >
Trading on the New York stock ex-
change was delayed until noon today
by a fire behind the north *nd of tbe
Although the fire was believed to
be out at 11 a. m.. the trading roof
was filled with such dense clouds of
smoke that it was derided to defer
the start of proceedings another
Tbe fire was started by crossed
wires. It burned wooden platforms
behind the board. Traders gathered
on the Hoor at 10 a. m and were
ready to do buainess despite tbe
smoke and tbe firemen rnaning Wne*
of hose into the build.nsr but it was
decided to defer the openine.
SAPULPA. Okla.. Aug. 2.-
'section of the country, other than r^n 8
that immediately surrounding Sa- ~*y "
pulpa. will probably have a brand
rpanklng new restaurant some time
in the near future,
George Sfetsos. waiter at th"
Liberty rife. „nd $500 of the cafe's
rash, which the owner neglected to
take to the bank yesterday, it is
| alleged, disappeared together about
2 30 thia morning.
LETTERS TO THE LEADER
~You have had those curtains
Yea." smiled 'he proud hoose-
wtfe. and they look like new be-
'■aus'r I let only one woman launder
them I'm taking them to her tomor-
row for tbe annual tubbing before
I store them for the summer
The laundress cottage contained
four rooms. The water had to be
earned. There was no electricity
a,nd no gas Wood was burned in th
An accident had deprived Mrs.
Kemp of one eye and one han^i Did State S Final FIinQ at PlayeTS
>he sit down icd w. p- Not a bit and Instructions Are
?MV..®! : Yet to Come.
TIH PI Ft I If SHOULD E50W.
Editor Leader: Nearly every com-
modity. including labor, has been re-
dured wirh the exception of coal.
(ommen^mg wnth the ending of
w;nter. coal has been advanced 25
cents per ton per month through the
whele summer and will continue so
until winter. This increase has al-
ready more than absorbed the reduc-
tion in the freight that was granted.
This action has caused the consum-
ing public to live from hand to mourn
eo fa' as coal ia concerned All the
industries That heretofore aid in
their supplies through tbe summer
are as void of coal as the air.
In times past to keep the mines
running they would grant a small
reduction through the summer. Thia
averted a coal panic in the winter
and was good for all. At present
the mines are only working about
three days a week Our government _
ran rush an injunction through when ov*r f:"7 *°r . , . =
-he coal miner* in to incite their YM ,"'h h'lM ,n ,b' I
So* -h;,- hi:- become of <" "«P and d,rt wlth s
thete sane court, when a monopoly er"7 l,i>bor/MTln' d€,'i? wi,h.'n I
very ess-atia! produc- Ttarh av'ra':« housewif. |
whatever laundry work we do. we =
want to try to do well. =
double rh'n and. heald-
• r g\r tc, be fat anywar They're ero*
I wh.r. thrr're aklnny Sow. wfe*n T get
« *V •, rrhtak.m and Madae rata wblt^
ha4" I'm tn develop an aldermanlo
ar«mar* ard ahafl ---nand at taaat two
double "h'na f-om har "
But h'l rather wa« not to h* plaoated
br h « nonaenae Ska roee anl drew
- tMe «>-,■] about ber.
'Tn r- r.f to my irvm «r at leaat
wr.-H w+af I hava to call Buch"—her an iff
deflnliely r'aasl^ad all Mr* Tlcer^a ae-
eomr-Mattrra a* unworth* of mention
-'a-d ron rnn « lean or not. r« raadv
fc- Kat or not aa ron eee At. I aha'l
not f-v.ree. or* -'rcle thing 80. Mar-
garet. If vou w'sh to *0 ratihraiittna
V\i*r *" TXd I around fh. ro'JBtry with Rieharfl ?n-
1 • ^T* amuaed corr ataad of attending to rour
mr mental atate In rr- be here to altar
V-. _...u rrt. ,.V. ~B- She from the room in her
— r—, :;:^r^ ,'r,sLss.nr;
rlwL^lu t«i «« -f it- v" T1™" ' ■"
-Why I think • w-u'.d be a v-rr capable j-o-kwcmai
p+Yer- - I repl'ad aedat.lv hoptn* there touchy. . • anc .
... nr. «r a<m Of a mrnor u rr.y t>« orlT ><£, for th.
r -rw—. -*tT ehe rr'
yen IB 'v* lur^h "~J~-
pt need her moat-**
Jtaa* a Jee*
T made no aeewn
l-rade. whk*h nonnded far moi
br than It wee Mother Imh
wt^ Btl^wed tired Katie and
Jim to romt to tbe Wthy roome at tbe
V%r+-r ferm without ftret harta* them
.'eaned than I would. Bvt ahe had to
ta-r. brr Mttle growl flr
"What do too
fn-BC*^* '* *"
r .h.-«'^n of
i -'nd A- the thought
iT mother-0*1** -ortrf M .
1 wufc -IT to<. Of both Of TOO- rap.y . on. for I kT,,. -. « prot WT
At'-* rha acme would mean u i. ncer s
------- work lo a rasre
assets that remained as well as h«r ,
talent for washing and ironing. She
figured that the average family wash-
ttar took all day and netted about $3.
r And so she specialized on laundry
work which was difficult to do. but
yielded big returns.
Curtains, fine linens shirtwaists of
real lare. collar and cuff sets, bridal
trousseaus, babies' lavettea—these
w*re the thines Mrs Kemp had in
at that time
For mendlna she charted extra.
Many customers sent their work
to her by parcel post. One woman
sh° told us. sent her dainty things
| on a five-day Journey to her.
She told me that when she real-
ized her handicap she decided to
try to do one ordinary thine better
than anybody else. Doesn't seem
to be a bad Idea for anyone to have
in mind. So many, with every mod-
ern convenience to bless them, slide
The defendants are charged with
conspiracy to defraud by throwing
?he 1919 world series to the Cin-
Hnal fling at the "Black Sox ' will
be taken by the state upon conclu-
sion of defense arguments
Judge Hugo Friend will then in-
' struct the jury after which delibera-
tions will begin.
CHICAGO, Aug 2.— <By U. P.)— The laundry bills for Buckingham
The ' Black Sox" case goes to the palace and other of the residences
jury today. of their British majesties total over
The end of five week's trial of the S55.000 a year.
seTen former White Sox stars and
two alleged gamblers was neared - The metropolitan water system of
their : *torneys launched into tbeir London has 6.4SS miles of pipes and
last plea. 'ipr'-.-'- r. <~.1 =q-:nr'- miles.
^fnitrmiimMiimfiuimttfHirmiitffmimfHniiiJi imiiiuiiiiimium«ii4MiiiiBiiuuiMiiiiiiHii!ini HMi tm«fWfiiniiii,^=
Can we expect any respert for a
government that a-ill stand by and
allow this to continue. The only in-
ftitutions that remain actually nor-
mal are the public owned institu-
tions. Our wagon roads are still
c.pen. Our postoffices. schools and
r it - parks.tre still norma! ran't
you see0 G. A. LIGHTNER.
Giraffes are found only in central s
and South Africa, chiefly in desert =
Three Lines—Three Times—Three =
Dimes—Results—Phone Maple 7600. =
A million dollars a month Is being
raised by the International Typo-
graphical Union for the purpose of
In Sweden there are more women <"«nelne "" nationwide firhi for
Tristan de « unha a little group
f British islands it/the South At
Queen Victoria, it is said, preferred
of the ( ape thin blotting paper, so that she could = di'
MAGNETIC HEALING I |
ore a withoot thr n«e «>f droca or 1= =
apptlaBee# nil chronic = =
15,00.000 set aside by the Knight* of I voters than men
Beginning with thin month a special bonus will be
paid all carriers for the leader who deliver the entire
month without having any complaints.
Fut ibe month of July boy* who did not have cmplainta a ere
given a special credit In their contest for a vacation in th - Arbuckle
A fair percentage of the boys. 28 in all. had no complaints on
Tbe Leader bds special boys to deliver papers to subscriber!
missing their papers If you mlsa your paper any night, call up
Mapli* 7600 before 7:30. and an extra copy will be sent yoti by
apecial delivery Boys who have complaints are not fined in any
way. so the boy will suffer in no way by your complaint* The
carriers who give perfect service will be properly rewarded.
The Honor Roll Carriers for tbe month of July are as follows:
Will Joe Moore
the 44-hour week, according to a but
letin issued by International Head
! At the time of the Issuance of the .
bulletin tbe number of members our
on strike were: 1.942 single met.
' 5.T33 married men and 932 appren-
, tices. The total membership is
The members at work, by a ref-
erendti^i vote, assessed themselves
10 per cent of tbelr weekly earnings
to support the locked out and strlk
ing employes. This brings In a to-
tal weekly revenue of $200."Oo or
nearly $1,000,000 a month.
From thia fund married member* ,
are paid weekly strike benefits of $17 1
per week and single men- or women
without dependents, $12 per week
Apprentices are paid such sums as
may be agreed upon by officers of
the local union. In addition there is j
paid out from this fund $5 per week
for each member on strike or locke l
out to be used in such manner as
those in charge of the strike may
deem beet for the benefit of the or-
Some years sgo when the I. T. U.
inaugurated the 4g-bour week in th-
book and job branch, about $5.«*00.- 1
"00 was expended, obtained by levy- .
ing an assessment.
The ancient Babylonian women
painted their cheeks and pencilled
their eyebrows, according to scien-
i lists who investigated the ruina of
the ancient dwelling of that period
land found vase* showing women in
j the set of painting.
lar.tic iniies we.-t ■■H ■■■
of Good Hope, have been without tear it up after using it. because she
clergyman or schoolmaster since was afraid sora* one might want the
]909 imprint of her signature
NEW DIVING BELL HAS ARMS TO PICK UP
CoBaBltaUon and F.xamtnBtion = =
= Free. = EE
= Prof, and Mrs. J. L. Robertson = =
= ;ti F.u-t Fifth St. Maple 4T1 = =
During this week we
are offering a wide
variety of interesting gifts, at prices that will surely
tempt you to buy.
Harvey Jewelry Co.
19 North Broadwav
Why Pay More?
Our recommendation to you:
Ten jears in bssiness at
tbe same old address.
People's Cleaning Co.
J. K. M00KK, Prop.
Phone W. CN*W 40S West 5th St.
Alex O. Tench invented a diving bell equipped with arms to pick up
| objects from the bottom of th* #e.< It has ar eitht-h^seponer motor,
with propellers for turning it and hat powerful b* lrchlights It s to
be used for salvage purpt .% an<1 will «ork => depths never i>efore
1 sttempted. One man in the bell operates the arms.
Advertising Salo of
30x3 Ribbed $8.40
30x3Vi Non-Skid . ..$9.75
All other tires in proportion.
Subject to 5 per cent war tax.
Pa; < a« h and Nite
20% 1« *07e
229-.1t «. Hem I'boae W.Sl*l
Friends of The Leader—
When in Oklahoma City stop at
THE EGBERT HOTEL
—In the heart of the city.
—Cosy, comfy and reasonable.
—Just the place for folks who
work for a living.
FRED HOLT and
DAVID J. DAVIS
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