The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 68, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 2, 1914 Page: 4 of 4
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THE SHAWNEE DAILY NEWS HERALD
Modern Equipment and
more of it than all the rest of the
Cleaning plants in the city combined, we
Jeel war anted in placing the price where
it will keep this department up to its
Cleaning and Pressing Men's Suits
Sponged and Pressea
." < > Cents
The quality mutt remain the same.
The price is lower.
French Dry Cleaning and Dyeing
127-129-131 N. Beard St. Phone 223
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I> lfO\OKEI> "BY (iEBM \\S
By Associated Press.
Amsterdam. Dec. 1.—General Von
Hindenburg, who inflicted a disas-
trous defeat on the Russian troops
in East Prussia, has been honored
by the University of Koeniguberg
with a quadruple doctor's degree,
I.til four faculties of law. divinity,
medicine, and philosophy, having
united to do him honor
His diploma bears the following
inscription: 'To the supreme leader
of the Eighth German army, who
Completely overthrew and destroyed
the Russian hordes, and in this
way defended his native province
and German culture from barbarian
enemies, to the immortal ornament
• if the Fatherland."
Episode No. 1-
WEDNESD AY EVENING, DECEMBER 2, 1914.
STIMI I- \TES MARK! \<JE
\\ GREAT BRITAIN VI SO. I
WOMEN IN !MO
By Associated Press.
London, Dec. 1.—'Realizing the
need of recreation centers for
women whose protectors have en-
tered the army, American and Eng-
lish women are making an effort
in London to provide wholesome
amusements and temperance re-
freshments for women who might
otherwise go to public houses to
hear war news and discuss tlie
progress of the armies in Europe.
Lady Henry Somerset and a num-
ber of associates have established a
temperance public house exclusively
for women and children, which is
the first of a chain they expect to
open throughout London ,to offset
the temptations of the ordinary
public, houses during the war.
A disused beerhouse on Arthur
quid RELIEF FROM
Get Dr. Edwards'
I By Associated Press.
London, Dec. 1.—One of the de-
velopments of the war is the in-
crease in the marriage rate in
Great Britain. The last quarterly
j report, just made public, shows a
rate 3.1 per thousand above that of
the same period last year. This Is
the highest rate recorded for any
three-months period since 1906.
DR. HARRY II. WILSON ♦
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. ♦
Rooms 113-14-15, Third Floor ♦
Mammoth Building. ♦
Hours: 8-12 a. m.; 1-6 p. m., ♦
and 7-8 p. m. ♦
Tb \t Is the Joyful cry of thousands since
Di. Kd wards produced Olive Tablets, the
substitute for calumet
Dr. Edwards, a practicing physician for
17 years and calomel's old time enemy, dis-
covered the formula for Olive Tablets while
treating patients for chronic constipation
and torpia livers.
•Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets do not con-
tain calomel, but a healing, soothing vege-
No griping is the "keynote" of these lit-
tle sugar-coated, olive-colored tablets. They
cause the bowels and liver to act normally.
They never force them to unnatural action.
If you have a "dark brown mouth" now
and then—a bad breath—a dull,tired feeling
—sick beadftc he—torpid liver and are con
stipated, you'll fiud quick, sure and only
pleasant results from one or two little Dr. as a result of the war and will
Edwards' Olive Tablets at bedtime. ! ma'ke wholesome food at the low-
Thousands take one or two orrry nijrht .
just to keep right. Try them. 10c and ?Nj est possible price the feature or the
organization. One quart of nourish-
atreet has been converted into what
is called the Women's War Club.
Little change has been made in
the bar, excepting that only tem-
perance drinks will be served.
'In discussing the new movement,
Lady Henry said: "The club is be-
ing farmed for the wives of sol-
diers fighting abroad and the sub-
scription is to be two-pence a
"It will be a meeting place where
these women can talk over the late
war news, read the papers, write
letters and obtain light refresh-
ments. We are providing a grapha-
phone and in addition will arrange
for some sort of concert almost
1 every evening.
"Women will be permitted to
bring their children with them and
• a matron will be provided whose
l duty it will be to assist mothers in
] looking after the little folks in a
room especially arranged for their
•Lady Jellicoe, wife of the head
of the English navy, has established
a temperance hall for women in
Hammersmith Road, a section which
has afforded many recruits and
abounds in public houses.
Mrs. B. Lathrop. a prominent
member of the American committee,
has Instituted a similar recreation
center on Copenhagen street, Isling-
ton, In a square where there are
five public houses which have the
patronage of many women. Mrs.
Lathrop will limit the service o flier
club to women and children whose
living conditions have been changed
per box. All druggists.
The Olivp Tablet Company Columbus, Q
is what we want
of your buiness, give
us your next order.
Red Ball Transfer
Baggage & Storage
ing soup and one-fourth
bread are supplied to waT
for two cents.
ol Lunn Trouble
Among the indications of threatened
Lung Trouble are a continued cough,
f. ver and night sweats. A chance of cli-
mate often helps, but it Heenui that some-
thing more Is needed to stop the con«h
hnd sweats and arrest the progress of dis-
ease. K< kman's Alterative, after many
years of use. U known to be most bene-
ficial In bringing about relief, In many
c:i-«v complete recoveries. Investigate
tills rase: Schell City. Mo.
"Centleinen: I had a terrible cough,
nlgbt sweats and pleurisy in my lungs.
A man who heard me coughing advised
tne to take your Alterative. I paid no
attention to Mm then. I got so had
the doctor said I should go to Wyoming.
I did, and when 1 got there I steadily
Had been told me about y
1 began taking it. \\ 1111 n.
1 liml taken three
anything. Fever and
J and for over a year
and in better huilth
(Affidavit). W. F. BOMAR.
iAbove abbreviated; more on request.)
Ki kmnn's Alterative has been proven by
ninny years' test to be most efficacious
f..r severe Throat i nd I.une Affections,
Hronchllls Ilronchlal Asthma. Stubborn
Colds and In upbuilding the syslem.
Contains no narcotics, poisons or habit*
forming drugs. Ask for booklet telling
of recoveries, and write to Kckman
Laboratory. Philadelphia. 1'n.. for evl-
dcuce. For sale by all leading druggists
C*ll Phone ltl-J.
when you have a mattress to
We make a specialty of feath-
er mattresses also we renovate
SHAWNEE BEDDING CO.
1 he Universale next great serial, the most vital and gripping film drama ever projected
IS— SOUL STIRRING EPISODES——15
FEATURING "BOB" LEONARD AND ELLA HALL
The Universal guarantees "The Master Key" bigger, greater more sensational, more
thrilling, more interesting than was "The 'I TCy 0 Hearts.
SEE THE FIRST EPISODE TOMORROW
URIC ACID IN MEAT
CLOGS THE KIDNEYS
TAKE A GLASS OF SALTS IP YOUR
HACK HURTS OK BLADDER
If you must have your meat every
day, ©at It, but flush y ur kidneye
with sAlts occasionally, Bays a noted
authority who tells us that meat
forms uric acid which almost par-
alyzes the kidneys in their efforts to
expel It from the blood. They be-
come sluggish and weaken, then you
suffer with a dull misery in tbe
kidney region, sharp pains in the
back, or sick headache, dizziness,
your stomach sours, tongue is coated,
and when the weather *8 bad you
have rheumatic twinges. The urine
gets cloudy, full of sediment, the
channels often get sore and irritated,
obliging you to seek relief two or
three times during the night
To neutralize these Irritating acids,
to cleanse the kidneys and llush off
the body's urinous waste, get four
ounces of Jad Salts from any pharm-
acy here; take a tablespoonful in a
glass of water before breakfast for
a few days and your kidneys will
then act fine. This famous salts is
made from the acid of grapes and
lemon Juice, combined with lithra,
and has been used for generations
to flush and stimulate sluggish kid-
neys, also to neutralize the acids in
urine, so It no longer Irritates, thus
<?ndlng bladder weakness.
Jad Salts Is inexpensive, cannot
Injure, and makes a delightful effer-
vescent, lithia-water drink.—Adv.
TO BICYCLE OWNERS.
Special prices during the holidays
on new and second hand wheels. I
carry the largest line to select
from. All work guaranteed. Type-
writer and graphaphone work a
specialty. Call 251, Rogers Repair
Shop, 114 South Union. Baby bug-
gies re-tlred while you wait.
To guard against tree repair fak-
ers. or quack tree surgeons, the
Massachusetts forestry association
will Inspect the shade trees belong-
ing to its members, free of charge.
WAR TAX TO
BE PAID LATER
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE)
more than 4,000 letters were deliv-
ered to Collector Bolen.
Serious complication in the trans-
action of legal business also was
precluded by the order from Com-
missioner Osborn. After receiving
the Washington telegram. Collector
Bolen notified M. Cornelius, Oklaho-
ma county register of deeds, to ac-
cept but not record deeds of trans-
fer which do not bear stamps, and
collect from the person filing them
payment for the amount of stamps
needed. The deeds can be recorded
officially, he said, when stamps are
Registrars of twelve other coun-
ties who called the collector over
long distance telephone were given
the same advice.
Druggists affected by the Decem-
ber schedule of the emergency war
tax bill can proceed with their busi-
ness without attaching stamps to
articles thart. should be stamped, ac-
cording to the commissioner's mes-
sage, keeping a record of all such
business to furnish to the collector
wfaen stamps are obtained here.
Included in the articles that must
bear stamps are all perfumes, many
kinds of patent medicines and all
The Wells-Fargo Express com-
pany, which purchased 25,000 stamps
from the local collector's office
Monday, made application for 50,-
000 more Tuesday, but the supply
could not be furnished.
Hany Remit Penalty, Too.
Supposing that the penalty on un-
paid November taxes was to be im-
posed Tuesday, a number of tobacco
dealers and others wfao had not
paid their assessments sent in the
amount to the collector's office. In-
cluding the penalty. Whether the
extra 50 percent will be refunded
to them is not known. Collector
Bolen is not certain whether he
.has the right to send the money
back when it is clear the sender
knew of the penalty.
The collector's office in the fed-
eral building was swamped again
Tuesday. The crowds included
many lawyers applying for stamps
to place on legal documents coming
under the provisions of the law.
Office hours of 6 a. m. until mid-
night still are being observed by
Collector Bolen and the entire field
force has been summoned to Okla-
homa City to assist the regular of-
fice coterie during the heaviest part
of the rush.
HILL GIVE DINNER TO ALL HEN
AND BOYS AWAY FROM HOME
The Volunteer Mission is plan-
ning to give a Christmas dinner for
all boys and men in the city, who
are away from home and earning
less than $1.50 per day. It is thought
that threre are between 50 and 75
such men and boys in the city. In
Famous for their surety of re-
sult. Anseo users here in town
are producing most beautiful
pictures. Come in and let us
show you some fine samples.
ANSCO CAMERAS—Amateur cam-
eras of professional quality. Superbly
made and easy to operate. Priced from
ANSCO FILM—Always uniform. Full
chromatic balance, color value, shadow
detail and freedom from halation.
ANSCO CHEMICALS—Specially pre-
pared to be used with An«co f ilm and
Cyko Paper. We always have a fresh
CYKO PAPER—The prize winner
which gives rich, solt prints that never
fade—perfect reproductions of the
Public Drug Co.
and boys working for them and all
who are interested in the dinner
doing this the Volunteer Mission will and will donate food are asked to
be giving a pleasant Christmas to i kindly notify the Volunteer Mission
those who will not be reached by
the Christmas tree in Convention
Hall, the gift of the city, and the
baskets of food distributed among
the poor of the city by the Elks and
other lodges and by the churches,
and so, in providing for those who
are not already provided for will
do much in making Christmas in
Shawnee merry for all. There will
be good music and other entertain-
ment as well as good food on the
All employers who have such men
by calling up the telephone number,
+ General Farm Sales. Pedigreed H
♦ Sales. 4
♦ FRANK F. WINGAT* ♦
♦ Auctioneer. ♦
♦ Shawnee, Okla. ♦
♦ Phone K. R. 55, or leave dates 4
♦ with Shawnee News-Herald *
♦ Graduate of the Missouri *
♦ Auctio.' School. ♦
SICE TEA PUIS LIFE
AND COLOR IN HAIR
DON'T STAY GRAY S IT DAKKKNS
SO Ji ATM ILLY THAT NOBODY
Have you tried
Baths at the-
Foraker and Baker
You can turn gray, faded hair,
beautifully dark and IustrouB almost
over night If you'll get a 60 cent bot-
tle of "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur
Compaund" at any drug store. Mil-
lions of bottles of this old, famous
Sage Tea Recipe are sold annually,
saya a well-known druggist here, be-
;ause it darkens the hair so nat-
urally and evenly that no one can
tell It baa been applied.
Those whose hair I. turning gray,
| becoailn gfaded, dry, scraggly and
11bin have a surprise awaiting them.
I because after one or two applications
the gray hair vanishes and your
locks become luxuriantly dark and
beautiful—all dandruff goes, scalp
Itching and falling hair stops.
This is the age of youth. Gray-
haired, unattractive folks aren't
wanted around, so get busy with
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur tonight
and you'll be delighted with your
dark, handsome hair and your youth-
j ful appearance within a few days.
THERE IS A HIGHEST PEAK j
IN EVERY MOUNTAIN RANGE
THE GIANT UNIVERSAL SAYS:
The Master Key" Stands Head and Shoulders Above Them All
You know what Lucille Love was. You know "Lucille" was one of the greatest pictures'ever brought out up to that time. You know "The Trey
O' Hearts'' was a vastly greater picture series than Lucille Love, lias not the great Universal convinced you that there is no limit to its bound-
less ambition, its vast infinite resources and its ability to show a constant improvement in its great serials? Before we started "The Trey O'
Hearts" series we advised you to see the first episode and to let nothing prevent you from seeing each episode thereafter right straight thru to
the end. We told you it would be a marvelous production. We told you the whole town would be talking about it. We told you that if you
failed to start with the first episode that you would start wi:h the second, third or fourth when you heard hundreds of enthustic people praising
the story. Most of you took our advice and started on the first episode, some waited for the praise and started on the second, third and fourth
episodes. Those who started on the first episode got the benefit of the entire wonderful series.□ And They Arc Glad.
There is no doubt but that "The Master Key" will be greater than "The Trey 0' Hearts"
START with the 1st episode tomorrow and see this 20th century thriller right through from beginning to end.
YOU WILL BE GLAD
ODEON-TOMORROW-TMJRSOAY y ay thereafter
"They have found a 2.000-year-old
e/Sg in Egypt." Wheel keep It there.
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