The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 183, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 10, 1917 Page: 1 of 4
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WHILE IT'S FRESH
The Daily Transcript
ME 1)11 M IN TOWN
NORMAN. OKLAHOMA. SATl KI>AV. FEBRUARY 10. 1917.
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HIS FEATHERED NEST'
And PAT Hi: NEWS
World News In Motion
OKI'HEI M THEATRE
5c TONIGHT ltlc
See It in Jackson's H indow
The Duofold is a lounge with adjustable ends, quickly -
transferred from lounge into a settee, or intti a double
bed—is a real "duo fold," and its excellencies will be
gladly explained and demonstrated-
This is a cut of a table,
companion to the Duofold,
also on exhibition in the win-
dow. Beautiful pieces of
Let us show you our beautiful line of beautiful
furniture, pictures, carpet, grass rugs, porch
goods, picture frames, Hoosier Kitchen
Cabinets, etc. We are sure we can please you
in goods and prices.
I. M. JACKSON
LOSS GROWING LESS
London, Feb. 10.—The British
steamer Manola has been sunk,
Lloyd's shipping agency ^announced
today. The Norwegian vessel Sol-
, dakon is believed to have been sunk,
: the agency states. Two of her crew
Washington, Feb. 10.—Late re-
ports of ships sunk by German sub-
; marines were scanned eagerly by the
government officials today for a
I First, there was the ever present
fear that any hour might bring a
j dispatch saying an American ship
had been sunk without warning or
| American lives lost, thus driving the
i Unitad States to use force to protect
j Second, yesterday's reported fall-
ing off of aggregate tonnage sunt:
produced a belief that Great Britain
, FOR SUNDAY
"SOI I'll METHODIST I'HI'RCH"
Tomorrow morning the pastor will
give one of thoso unique sermon* to
the Junior congregation. Adults al-
ways enjoy these services better than
Rev. Lee Rippey who preached
such a fine sermon a month ago for
us will preach again tomorrow night.
He is visiting the pastor. Give him a
great hearing. Rev Rippey is a son
of your former pastor
Is Funny, But
So Are Keystone komodics
"HIS FEATHERED NEST."
ORI'HEI M TONIGHT
ROUDING UP THIEVES
Before Judge Grigsby this morn-
ing J. R. McGarrah and A. E. Haw-
ii sun k'ns wero arraigned, charged with
ml is a most l)einK' implicated in the theft of Ben
„ ■ ° ,S a m0Sl Harbour's car. They were remanded
Altogether for another great Sun-t*° *'a'' >n default of $1,000 bail each,
day school tomorrow. await further investigation. They
K. It. WELCH, Pastor , w,cre „"rrested in Oklahoma City by
Sheriff Ben Wheelis and Deputy Bud
THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH. < ottrell, and circumstantial evidence
— ' I 13 said to be strong against them.
9:45—Prof. Smith's Bible class.
a garage on the outskirts
11:00—Morning prayer and ser- 0 Oklahoma City, which is believed
mon. Subject: "The Wrath of God." lo 'jf. tht' sto,'aRe plant for stolen
There will be no evening service mac"lm's The officers are now af-
011 this Sunday niglit. 'l'r the "connecting links"—men who
_ | ply between Oklahoma City and
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE j neighboring towns and do the actual
First Church of Christ, Scientist: Automobile owners are up in arm-
Regular services at the church ecli-! a"d thoroughly organized against
fice on West Eufaula at 11 o'clock, thieves, and expect to use every
Subject: "Spirit." Golden text. 11 means to break up the gangs an,I
had already done something to les- Corinthians 12:7 "The manifestation send the thieves to prison.
sen the force of the submersibles', the Spirit is giv'n to every man;
acts. i to profit withal." Wednesday evening GETTING ACQUAINTED.
In reference to the chances of a' t'^timonal meeting at 8 o'clock.,
more pronounced broak with cordially invited to these service®. • W. Porter Jones, the new
Germany, it is disclosed that the Sunday school nt 10 o'clock. The manager of the Norman Electric
precise course of the United States i reading room nt the church is open '-'fht company and ice plant, is in
has been determined. President Wil- lrom to ."p <>'.-! ■ . every Wed- town this afternoon and, chaperoned
son will not ask congress for a! ni-sihi.v afternoon, when literature' ''.v Mr. D. L. Larsh, is getting ac-
declaration of war but only for ^e ,ea(' or pyrclcd as desired, ^painted with our business nlen and
authority to take necessary measures — citizens. He is a very pleasant
to protect neutral rights. This | CHRISTIAN CHURCH. gentleman and we are sure will
would still leave the first act of open ! prove a valuable addition to the
hostilities to Germany's choosing. i Corner of Main and Webster. eitv's business and social life. lie
Lloyd's reports reaching here, indi-' regular serviei will be held tells us his company is prepared and
eating that not much more than 10,- Bib'e sctlooI at 10 a. m. preparing to give the very best of
000 tons total shipping was sunk! ''reaching and Cpmnmnion services, j service aiffl make numerous improve-
' 1n,r" " ~. The address will be given i ments on the plants. Mr. Jones is
yesterday, although about 21,009
tons was reported sunk Thursday and ;
about 28,000 tons each of the two'
A REAL HEALTH FOOD I PLEASING CELEBRATION
10:60 a. m
Oil, "The Individual Responsibility greatly pleased with Norman (thi
in the Church." is his first visit here) and thinks
preceeding days.- A daily destruction J""101' 3 p. m. Endeavor j we have a fine little city of great
of 33,000 tons would be necessary t-: ""'I?,,*' P; "!• most cordial promise.
maintain the rate which the German !nvJtatlon is extendi 1 to the publi-
admiralty believes sufficient to isolate ™ h0-Present..at the evening services
Reports that Great Britain is ar-
ranging to convoy great fleets of
merchantmen through the war zone
gained credence here.
The Young People of the Christian
Endeavor societies will have charge
of the program for the evening.
I). A. WICK'/.Kl!, Pastor.
COST 'EM $.32 APIECE
FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Some farmers living north of town,
in December last complained that four
t Iklahoma City men were violating
the game laws by hunting on ' Sun-
day. Boss Lindsay, local game war-
den, entered complaint and after con-
lee cream is made of cream and On Friday, Fehruary 9, 1917. a few
sugar; just whipped cream frozen, old-time friends gathered at the home
There is no secret about the ingre-! of Mr. and Mrs. p. D. Wright to
dients or the making of it. 1 ho best spend the day, the occasion being Mr. New York, Feb. 10.—Marines o' SnnHnv selmnl 't -i r i i n i-merea compianu ana arter con
granulated cane sugar, pure rich Wright's 82nd birthday. At 12:30 the entente nations were encouraged Sunt Preach!,VVt 11 \ d ^ ^"rable investigation and good de
■ u, i cvam, some flavoring, a pinch Mrs. Wright, assisted by Mrs. today by an authoritative statement "chkti™ vlL\Vtn„ tective work, found who
ot salt and a little vegetable gum or Knowlton, served a delicious old-1 that experience in the European ■
geletin to hold the body when it is fashioned dinner. Each guest was :.one has proved that gunfire f
shipped up and frozen. A quart of presented with an emblem pin in the decks of ships is the most
it I : he lood value of \/* pouiiil* honor of the occasion. The guests <*eetive method employed thus
of 1,,ill-,d steak, four pounds of pota- who enjoyed Mr. and Mrs. Wright's against submarines. The British and
toes or eighteen eggs. It is easily di- hospitality were
gested, keeps the stomach in good Kimball Mr and Mrs" Geo ^DeLom? from"this' nnrt Im'' S'''PS sailing school students and young people ot
order and is so safe that it is often Mr and Mrs J Roush O V Knowl- nurnose P "V * f°r this i that age Preaeh,,.;: 7:1.",. Subject:
the first food allowed to convales-, ton Mrs Knowlton and son Willie The rlorlnrnti r • 1 ,r I i.ijer meeting Wed-
. m u' ■ i. •? Willie. I he declaration regarding this nesday evening. This service will be
Mr. Wright is still very hale and method of defense conies from a
dent of the Kp^rthT.eag'ue'for'high ' !'ntitled to one-fourth the fines, but
is out nearly the amount in getting
evidence. He is going after violators
of the game laws, and they had bet-
ter watch out.
i. e, ' r"? I ttus.,s5r,br&, -■« «
P ,s <— Here s hoping both will live to, mg who is close to shipping interests. High School Epworth League wi1! ^I0n, to patrons th;i
If is a real food and contains more celebrate many such happy occasions,
nourishment than many of the dish- > . <
giving better satis-
in ever before,
which you think substantial
necessary. Ice cream increases en- j
joyment of the most elaborate din-
ner. It is easy to get and convenient j
. , He asserts that the number of U- lead. The topic for the evening N w,th Pictures at the University and
*as. , w®s a (,aV Ion? to he reniember- boats the Germans have lost from "Christianity and Elective Subject." 0rP,H'um- The pictures are the best
this cause have made them chary Everybody is cordially invited to aP ,1C tan secure an(1 matinee every
?d by those present.
about showing themselves in range °f these services
i P cliinc on . DOHrDT
The Missionary Chapter of St.
bricks °'ln's Guild met at King Hall, Fri-
Phone' tla3' afternoon. It was the largest
lje, meeting of the year, and the ladies
| had the unexpected pleasure of see-
, j ing the Bishop, who happened to visit
Norman for the first time since his
serious illness of last summer. All
were delighted to notice that he was
looking remarkably well.
Besides Miss Roscoe, the hostess
of ships on which they see guns or
which they have learned are de-
ROBERT I). POOL, Pastor,
LIEUT. WILLIAMS HOME
Lieut. Guy Williams, who has been
on the Mexican border for som'>
months, with Co. A, Engineers, ar-
CHURCH OF CHRIST.
Bible study every Friday night at
7:15. Bible study Sunday morning at
10 o'clodk. Communion worship at
1 l:4/i Sunday molding. Preaching
Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p.
Order Puriety ice cream
from the Norman Creamery.
• ',(54. and prompt delivery will
Prof. C. II. Stocking returned
this morning from a week's visit1
in Michigan. Mrs. Stocking and
children will remain there for a
' '*'"k ^r'cn^s <UI<' l(-^at*ves j the ladies present included the Misses soldier life evidently agreed with
, /■ n i • i- ' Revell, Dora, Bayley, and Mesdames "'s numerous Norman friends FIRST PRESBYTERIAN C'Hl'RCH
-Judge Geo. C Burke is making chead(e DaviSi KilliAgsworth,Duvall, warmly welcome him. J KUI
an excellent record as county judge Griesmer> Reaves, Tucker, Walker] The order of services is as f0l-
lit is on the job all the time, and an(j gerrigan. —News from Oklahoma City ' i« lows:
< ispatches business quickly and ef- n . - , , that Miss T orpta RpIi i«s
fieientlv ' Delicious refreshments were served • , v ,, ,, 1 recovering
I by the young ladies in the Hall. ' n.lce'y from the effects of the
rived home this afternoon. He re- Song practice Sunday nights begin-
signed some two or three weeks ago, "ing at 7:15. The public is cordially
and will resume his work as professor invited to attend these services,
the University. He looks well, F. S. VANCE, Minister.
afternoon draws good crowds. The
University theatre is a good place to
spend an afternoon.
A Junior Missionary society of the
M. E. Church, South, was organized
Tuesday afternoon and the follow
ing officers were elected:
Ask Your Doctor
f^OOI) K ' C'Rh 'T is the ideal
^ • diet tor tin.- . ?.■ r c hild. It is
• have al
1 tliey WLint.
healthful diet they
icks packed in
—and let them
Your druggist or confei tionci < i
popular flavors for you.
instruct your children to
Copyrighted 19/5, The V.S.Co.fuc.,N.Y.
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WILL FILE NEW SUIT
J. B. Dudley and W. L. Eagleton,
representing property owners
UAK LINDSAY BETTER
President, Blanche Bagget; First Paving District No. (Main street)
Vice-President, Lois Smith; 2nd Vice- will file a new suit in district courl
President, Elaine Keeble; Recording next week.
Secretary, Lucile Cheetwood, Treas-
urer. Duke Wowan; Superintendent —Prof. W. R. Clark is here from
of Social Service, Velma McBroom;! Canada today. He reports his school
-Jim Shears is home from Ana-
darko, where he installed a box ball
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DON'T MISS SEEING
"THE MARRIAGE OF
Balyeat is in Hobart,
; —A very pleasant entertainment
! was given last night by Mr. A. E
! Thomas' boys' high school class of —Mr
| the M. E. Church
school, who entertained
high school class of
school at the skating
roller skating party. Both classes
were pretty well represented, and
with a few friends of both classes *
being invited, made a very jolly and ♦
pleasing crowd of young folks. Mr. ♦
Thomas and Miss Bell, assisted by *
Mrs. Brodie, chaperoned the classes, ♦
and with the young people spent a ♦
. very enjoyable evening. <•
tion recently performed, and will be
able to be brought home in a week or
10:00 a. m.—Sunday school.
11:00 a. m.—Public Worship.
4:30 p. m.—Vesper Service.
7:00 p. m.—Young Peoples' meet-
Subject of morning sermon
Superintendent of Study
Publicity, Lena Beard; Corresponding
Secretary, Juanita Cathey; Organist,
from Rae Lindsay,
I i ter, Minn., taking
1 recovering nicely and do-
wli. h is good news to his
Hid many friends here.
Try Classified liners.
SERVICES IN DEMAND
Roy H. Balyeat, wireless man at
"The the University was recently called by
2 Reel Keystone Komedy
HIS FEATHERED NEST'
THE SCALES OF
are always balanced in your fa-
vor when you are covered by
one of our fire insurance poli-
cies. Just compare the small
premium paid for the protection
with the amount of monej^ you
will receive in case of a fire and
there is no argument. We write
all forms of policies.
Vincent & Wier
And I'ATHE NEWS
World News In Motion
OKPHEI M THEATRE
c TONIGHT II
Bible study at the Sunday school
hour. Suitable classes for all.'
A cordial welcome for everybody
at all services.
FRANK M. ALEXANDER, Pastor
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.
son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Rlayeat
and regarded as a very reliable and
efficient young man in that work, and
in this crisis with Germany it is
nrobable he will be kept very busy.
The I 'aily Transcript will tell him
liout happenings in Norman.
Corner Webster and Comanche. —The postoffice gives out informa-
Bible school, 10 a. m. I)r. S. W. tion that the price of stamped en-
Reaves. Supt. Wi- have a well or- veloneB increased Feby 1st from 30
t-iinizrd school. Judge Brett teaches to 00 cents per 100(T.
the Men's Bible class. Dr. Phelan
teaches the Raraca class. nr. Rjce puarantees his methods-
Morning worship. 11. The pastor to be good, and that they will get
will speak on ' World Winners." results when properly carried out.
B. Y. 1
L\ meetings, ti::i0, Rogei
Archie McAlister, presi-
.>0 CENTS for Boys' Express Stripe Ov rails
to 10 years.
.">0 CENTS for Boys' Light Weight Overalls. See wii
dow. RUCKER'S Water Damage Sale.
Evening service, 7:30. "Cities of
Refuge" will be discussed by the
Everybody is cordially invited to
worship with us. You would be helped
in our service. We are not trying to
compete with others, but believe we
have a distinct mission to perform.
Everybody should co-operate with
some church whether he joins it or
T. W. GAYER, Pastor.
MONDAY, Men's Soft Cc
$1.00 for Men's Khaki Pants.
$1.00 for Men's Pin Stripe Wa h i'ani .
$1.00 for Men's Heav\ Cotton: Pan
SPECIAL to Working M< n. if > ou v ;i our store after
7:00 p. m. TONKJHT. We will give vou Monday's
Bargains in City Property and Farm Lands-See Pickard Co., Real Estate and Farm Loans.
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