Oklahoma State Register. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 26, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 15, 1916 Page: 4 of 8
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OKLAHOMA STATE REGISTER
OKLAHOMA STATE RElilSlER
Enter**! at the Poatofflce at Guthrie,
Oklahoma is Second Class Mall Mutter.
J. M. Dolph. Pr*a. John Goloblt*. Sec.
Published every Thursday by
THE OKLAHOMA PRINTING COMPANY
Subscription price per Year, $1.00.
THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1916.
THE MAN LN THE MOON.
The correspondents of the St. Louis
convention state that Bryan came to
town, stepped out of a taxi in front
of a hotel, walked through the lobby,
ungreeted, unshouted and unsung. Is
it so? At this writing the democratic
convention is not over yet, and any-
thing is still liable to happen. Mr.
Bryan may yet be heard from. He
may apeak words in favor of national
prohibition and inter-national—yea!
universal and perpetual peace, and
instead of shouting and cheering
there will be howling and gnashing
Scientists say that Nature always
expresses itselt in twos. There is
duality in life. There cannot be just
one. You cannot know one except in
contrast to another. One is but an
assumption of the mind. This iB true
of Mr. Bryan. He had no sooner risen
with his cross of gold than another
arose with his square deal, and each
lias been wielding a big influence
over his party ever since. These two
men are both remarkable specimens.
One the sophist, with a soft pedal and
a padded club; the otlier a hard pis-
ton and equally as hard blugeon. One
a possitivist toy negative methods, the
other equally as insistant, by direct
force and definite power. One purely
ethical, stopping in the domain of
idea and sentiment, the other the con-
gealer of ideas and emotions into ac-
Mr. Bryan and Mr. Roosevelt have
bestrode the political world lo! these
twenty-odd years. They held each
other in eclipses. One could not
have been without the other. One
was a mild moon, except in harvest
time, when he turned red with bor
rowed light, the other a scorching sun
except when in the shades of Avelon,
wandering among the lesser celestial
Are they to pass from their solar
orbit? Will they shift into a milder
zone of space to fade away into celes-
tial dust as other lumid planets have?
This is the hope of the many poli-
tical asteroids and the Bcoria that
give them setting. It may be true.
But if so, they have reigned a long
time and lit up political horizon with
more Are than all the other sparks
put together. And they have done it
for the betterment of American poli
tical and oscial life, too. This is not
only different but better for their
being here, let them be what they
may hereafter. /
ANNOUNCEMENTS this, the fifth . district, composed of tonly way to learn to play it with the
FOR SENATOR FOR 12th DISTRICT. BeVen counties. Wm. T. Walker needs consummate polish of Paderewski, is
JOHN GOLOBIE announces as candl- no introduction to Oklahoma politics, 'to practice it "dead slbw."
date for the Senate for the 12th din- He was here at Che cradle of the Rc- |, When all difficulties have diaap-
trlct, subject to the Republican vote publican party, when it was born, at Reared so that only the even scale,
at the primaries, August 1st jthe same time the territory was born jicorrect musical tone, and perfect ped-
| and has held a conspicuous hand in ! aling are present, then the rapid tem-
FOB COUNTY COMMISSIONER, game ever since. In the territorial J>o may be assumed, and the brilliant
days, when Republican, were supreme, j little Valse in D Minor is presented to
he was a kingmaker. Much of this our friends.
may be forgotten, for there has been j Prelude, Opus 2S, Jio. 20.—Chopin
rlct, subject to the will
jiuolican voters at the August pri-
FOR COCJiTY JUDGE.
E. PICKARD announces as
EM1L h. HIRSl'Hl announces as a
candidate for the office of County
Commissioner from the First Dl.t-, i ,, . , ,
of the Re- a long ilol>llcal drouth, but it is worth | it is said that during Chopin s stay
now remembering, for the party in ' in the island tof Majorca is quest of
about u> come into its gwn again. Mr. health, he wnote the mangniOcmt pre-
Walker came from Kansas perhaps , lude of which number SO is only a
with more political knowledge than ,Pflrt.
any other man. Dennis Kwin as- | -Made up chiefly of chord., this
candidate for the office of County p|red to be Oklahoma's first Congress- noble sketch must be played with a
Judge, subject to the will of the man> >JUL was defeated by Harvey. In -Ann, equal pressure in order to bring
Republican voters at the primaries )00|,|ng around for a pilot to make a ollt clearly the inner sweetness, ting-
in August, 1916. tackle again two years after. Dennis '*4 with sadness, which seems to be
for i oii\r7 jritrr Flynn 8w:urei1 "Bm" Walker as Ws Ith-6 ke>'-note-
. „ ' ,.. . campaign manager and dislodged Har- The toila with deep-tolling bell-
A. H. B01J3S announces as candidate 1 a T1„. 4
on the republican ticket /or the of- with a sweeping victory that was .notes, suggests some convent scene,
flee of County Judge before the marvelous. It is still one of the ro- .°r a 1 apel >mn.
August primaries. mances of Oklahoma ptolitics how he , Each chord-group is full of liquid
„ I came from No Man s Land through tones and much melody and the real
FOR COUNTY JUDGE. I the Cheyenne Arapahoe country to the J"usic lover is rarely satisfied with
E. P. BURLING AM E announces as a Rock Island line, and entered the 'one rendering of Chopinls Prelude,
candidate for the office of County original counties, carrying everything °Pus 28.
Judge subject to the will of the Re- before him. j M ^ —M«®B lfell.
publican voters at the primaries in walker has two things in his "long and dreary" winter over,
August. 1916. character that win, definite purpose how delighted we are to welcome the
| and energy. He dftes things. When * " ' spring and the early summer,
1 he makes tie he sticks to it. He is when even the road-sides are frag-
as well equipped for service in Con-;ant with a **•!«> of wild flowers,
he makes a tie he sticks to it. He Is ,the queen of Ulem « b^ng the ex-
flamboyant orator, although
FOR COUNTY JUDGE.
COUNTY JUDGE JOHN D. CHAP-
PEL authorizes the Register to an-
nounce his candidacy for renomina-
tion before the August primaries. no*
quisite Wild Rose.
subject to the voters of the demo- a forcible speaker when he has a de- | *'oeth« an<l s-chubert have often
cratic party. finite accomplishment in view. He 8un« of na,u"'s *>« «>• a"<l Mac
subordinates talk to action and ac- |Dowel1 has followed them in his beau-
FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR. compllshment. He Is a builder and a ,titul tono P°em6-
The Oklahoma State Register is au- joer. If nominated there is no im-' In interpreting this tiny portrait
thorized to announce the candidacy probability of his election, in spite of we must "Member of that all petals,
of R. N. DUNHAM for County As- thfi ^^raUc maJority in this dis- those ot the Rose are most dell-
sessor. subject to the action of the t]ict Tfae Republ,can„ can do no bet- I cate' and ea8llv damaged by careless
Republican primaries, Au*u« 1st, ^ ^ n(o nom(nate him_ He would '®r rtugh -ouches. Hence our playing
1916. t „ ,, , must not be awkward, or we shall
make a wedge into Democratic strong- ** u' ur "e sua"
FOR COUSTY COMMISSIONER. i1*0"18 ,hat would llbe™h'e 1>art> beauty of ^in^tlie tend'ernesTof tex-
E. J. OBERHOLZER will come before do the state good. He would ^ ^ redolence of ^
the voters for the office of County show the democrats that definite ac-
Commissioner from the First Dlst- compllshments for the state in a ma-
rlct subject to the will of the Re- ter than nominate him. He would
publican voters at the primary. )ng 8entiment.
August 1, 1916.
FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR
N. D. McGINLEY announces his can-
which Mac I Howell has adorned his
To a Wild Rose, Op. 61.
To a Water Lily. Op. 51.—Ma' Donell
This second sketch from Opus 61, is
of greater difficulty than "To a Wild
Rose,'' not equalling of dourse, the
W. E. B. SHERWOOD announces as a
candidate for re-nomination for
AMOS SWING BACK FROM
Amos Ewing returned from Chicago beauty, realistic effects and finished
didacy for County Assessor subject Tuesday and is receiving the sym- perfection of Rubensteins water-
to the will of the Republican voters pathy of his friends for his sad mis- pieces. Yet we can easily fancy it to
at the August primaries. 1916. fortune of being unseated in the Re- have the soft swing of oars with
publican convention. After the death , rocking boat and purling ripple
"SSJ.'SiSSST™ 0F.V" rt-"T IT ?!««'•"
CHAS. H. CAMPBELL will come be- committee" unseated^Uie Jim Harris °f "J"*" *ater-"lies-
fore the voters for the office of delegates in this district and put in 1 e y whlch is in two parts,
County Commissioner from the Sec- the McGraw delegates in their place. , Bu8gests not onl}" tile delightful drift-
ond dlstriot, subject to the will of This not only knocked out Mr. Ew- in8 in the moonlight, but the second
the Republican voters at the pri- ing from being a delegate and voting tlleme plainly indicates pleasant and
man, August 1, 1916. tor Col. Roosevelt, but defeated Jim earnest conversation. Again Mac
Harris for national committeeman. | Dowell has painted a portrait of hap-
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY ,Mr. Ewing is now showing his hand- i plness. wBose frail barque glides mid
ARTHUR SWANK authorizes the State some delegates badge which he could dreams of enchanting bliss, as if a
Register to announce his name for no, use, as a sad memento of his storan „ seai Qr (hp emotiona, tldeB
renominatiou for County Attorney, great fall from the patronage counter. 1 of human heart w # un
subject to the Republican primaries, He can no longer promise the boys
a . , . 1*118, and more we can discover in thp
August 1st. anything, with that generous manner!
... composer's "To a Water Lily." Op. 51.
so natural to him. .. " v
enltlenne—Barcarolle, Opus 100—
LOOK GOOD—FEEL GOOD. Godard.
No one can either feel good nor },ere wp have the real boat-song,
sheriff at the Republican primaries ^ ^ wh„e 8uffering from con- , wbicl1 follows the general rule for
to be held August l.t and will be ,tlpaUon_ Get rid of that tlred, dragg, \ the Barcarolle having two distinct
glad to have your support feellng by & treannent ^ Dr. | elements-the realistic (Just described
FOR COUNTY CLERK King s New Ufe Pills. Buy a box to- ,for vou ln "To a Water-Uly) and the
A. A. LEER announces himself as a day. take one or two to-night ln the Ctmd",°ns on ™a'"
candidate for the Republican nomi- morning that stuged, dull feeling is s 10 1 ea 's based The latter may
nation of County Clerk, subject to gone and you feel better at once. 25c. n0'll(ie the spla&h of the oars the,
the will of the Republican voters at at your druggist j motion of boat, and emotional element
the August primaries. I (Expressed in the boatman's song. This
ST> JOSEPH A( ADKMV'S TWENTY- characteristic we prefer to have pre-
FOB COUHTY SCRTEYOR. I THIRD ANNUAL. dominate in Godard s Venitienne . To
JOHN A. RANKIN hereby announces I (Continued From First Page.) : enjoy it fully, we must board a gondo-
his candidacy for re-election to the follows, written by the Sister in ia in Venice, under a smiling azure
office of county suveyt>r, before the charge of tills department: sky, 0r under the glorious radiance of
Republican party at primary, Aug- The Military Po^uaise, Op. 4W, No. 1. a summer moon in company with a
ust 1st. | —Chopin. ! merry party, who toften Join the boat-
I The Polonaise, truly characteristic man, in his serenade, heard distinctly
FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT, of the Polish people and their nation's throughout Venitienne, Opus 107.
W. R. BORGMAN, superintendent of history, may be traced back to the Jo^llere (The Juroler) Opus 197.—
Crescent schools, announces his olden days of Polish pomp and Bplen- <>odard.
candidacy for County Superintend- d°r contrast to tiie condition All of Godard s pieces possess great
ent of Logan County, subject *o the Po^ud today.) originality and freshness both in mel-
will of the Republican voters at the I musical form is always Slavonic ody and harmonic treatment. As a
in its general tone and austociadic in wtotole they belong to an earlier style
its manner and mood. of composition than the modern
In the hands of the great French- French school. Only occasionally doe6
'Holish composer. Chopin, the Polo- Godard digress into the realm «of fan-
The Chicago Convention shows that
the political leaders still make the
nominations. It is a natural specula-
tion to aak who would nave been the
nominee if tiie selection of a presi-
dential candidate had been voted by
each stale by a primary ballou With
his tremendous power of rousing a
personal enthusiasm by his speecues,
even against a preconceived sentiment1*
like that of Michigan on preparedness
against tae Ford pacifism, the spontan-
eous expression of choice through the
ballot by the voters of the country
might have been for Roosevelt.
The Question also suggests itself.
whether the peoples' choice Uirough the
fcallot would select a better candidate
lor the President. The question is:
Is popular Judgment surer of what it
wants than a few leaders who have
the experience in political manipula-
tion and the power to carry it out.
Under the convention system the few
powerful select the candidates for
President of both parties and the
voter then simply has the cttoice of
voting for either man, when neither
is really of his own selecting.
State Presidential primaries, we
suppose are still to go on until all the
states have them, although during
this campaign the further agitation JOHN A. RANKIN FOR COUNTY
for such seems to have died out Let's I SURVEYOR.
see if the p*>ple have the good sense John A. Rankin, until a short time , . . .. .. . . . . ,
of choosing their Presidential candi- ago county surveyor, has filed as can- na € rtat ie( l,s 1,RUS (°f °P **tu, and one of the most striking
dates as well as the good sense of didate for nomination for the same niont anc* iKi e(tion ln none do we pie< os of this type is Jongliere, or the
voting for such as are chosen for <i lace. Mr. Rankin has given honest flnd more of liie martlal 9Pirit* Juggler, which is not only brilliant
tliem. j service to the county in that posi- courage and chivalry of the Polish concert number, but an excellent
tion. He is familiar with the condi- *nights in their magnificent, gem- study in chords and Staves.
tions of the county. And he thinks studded armor, their matchless steeds. .We can easily imagine the Juggler.
URY END! RE Si MMKR COLD8! ,he is for that reason well fitted to the clash of steel, and blast of trum- who with rapid movements and per-
lt isn't necessary to have a stuffed *erve a&a>n as county surveyor. There than Jn MiliUry Polonaise, Opus feet abandon keeps up his fantastic
primary election. August 1st
head, running nose. To cough your is not much in the J°b- but he is
,'tricks" in time with the music, which
willing to take It, as he is a resi- . . . .
den, of Ix>gan County and intends In * "l™ h* ' ■ «"><* a«
to stay here and pursue hi. vocation. ot a" of ch0Pln'f' nonp 19 *udl<'nre As a P'" ing contrast to
more popular, and with good reason, the boat-song there is nothing bet-
WiM. T. WALKER PILES FOR CON- than the litle gem, which has been ter than "The Juggler," Opus.
4JRENS. nicknamed the *JMinute-Waltx", be- Value Armhetiqse, Op. 82.—Lack.
With four candidates from Oklahoma cause t is said, that the rapid wag- | To those wrto would dwell upon the
stops running, you cough less and you county and one from Cleveland. Wm. ging of a pet dog's tail, gave the com- term Arabesque, we need only sug-
are getting better. Get a bottle, use t. Walker showed his ancient acumen fcoser his inspiration—for the peace, gest the very profuse and delicate
as directed. Keep what is left as a in politics in filing for Gongress in Altho simple in construction, this tracery of the Arabic ornaments in
cough and cold insurance. ' I have never conceived that having wait* is difficut to play well and the ltoffc|re<-ti4ra; che application to a
head off as it were. All you need to
<lo is to use Dr. Bell s Pine-Tar-Honey.
The soothing and healing balsams op- i
en the clogged air passages and in
a start time you get relief and start |
on the road to recovery. Your nose
piano-solo is not so clearly made, ex-
pept in the almost geometric repeti-
tions. The brilliant runs interwoven
like garlands into every conceivable
design, perfectly statisfy those pian-
ists or their hearers, who think of
technique before all else.
As an encore, played by our best
musicians, nothing gives more pleas-
ure to the audience than Theodor
Lack's dainty Valse Arabesque, Op. 82.
Wedding-Uay at i'roldhaughen, Op. tio
This march and trio is really a
toue-picture bf the rustic festivities
still prevailing in Norway.
The scene is that of a wedding, in
which, true to an old custom, "a race,"
(called in Norway "a biylyup") is
made for the bride. This explains the
excited, middle section, with its "rush
and commtotion." The hurried ar-
rival and departure of guests, noise
of conveyances, and stamping v j#>£
horses hoofs are all heard in turn, ln
the third movement, the bride and
groom sing a duet, the melody of
which is based upon Bach's contrap-
suntal form. Again the march is re-
sumed, and we hear the well-rosined
and oUicers elected to put tnrougn the
scneme 01 erecting a Vvomaii b runn-
ing at tae Cimarron Valley Fair
grounds. The following omcers were
^res—Mrs. L. D. Browne, Guthrie;
Vice-Presidents—Mrs. E. A. liumpoi-
rey, Gutnrie; -Mrs. Hoy Teal, Coyie;
Mis. Moss, Crescent; Mrs. Leslie Pat-
terson, Seward; Mrs. '1\ A. Montague.
.Navina; Mrs. P. B. Scott, Muuiaii;
Mrs. C. H. Gilmore, Orlanuo; Mrs. J.
C. Pier son, Marshall; Mrs. ivoy Oliver,
Meridian.. Sec.—Jdrs. j. B. I'airdeid,
Guthrie; Recording Secretary, Mrs. j.
B. ±airfield. Corresponding Secretary
—^rs. *red Wenner. '.treasurer—
Mrs. Cnas. Olson. Publicity commit-
tee—.bred Wenner, Mrs. M. Carter,
Mrs. G. Braley. Ways and Means com-
mittee—-Mrs. j. A. Pdrviance, Mrs. a.
A. Yoris. Mrs. E. Cook, Mrs. E. j.
Allen. Mrs. E. A. Humpnery, Mrs. M.
K. Travers, Airs. A. G. Diooins, Mrs.
Lou Bealand, Mrs. W. F. Powers, Mis.
K. B. Mitchell, Mrs. Henry Thompson,
Sr., Mrs. j. A. Derr, Mrs. H. E. Stev-
ens, Mrs. L. S. Page, Mrs. W. H. Boa-
sen, Mrs. Geo. iSartain, Mrs. Chas. Ol-
son, Mrs. G. Braley, Miss Margaret
Doolittie, Miss Anna Foley. Building
bows of the double-bass, and the cello, committee—Mrs. J. B. Fairfield, Mrs.
a. a. Frisby, Mrs. Chas. Olson, Mrs.
D. C. Kiefer, Mrs. W. W. Rucks.
Saturday, June 17 anolner meeting
will be held, to which all the ladies
of the country and city are invited,
for the purpose ot making arrange-
ments for a grand public dinner in
the City Hall, Thursday, June li*. The
money from this dinner will go to-
wards erecting the building.
The mass meetingof the ladies of
Guthrie and Logan county has resol-
catching the rhythm with renewed/
vigor, in the coda, the festivities are
bfought to a close, and, we, as well
as the guests retain but pleasant
memories of the wedding at Froldhau-
ghen, Op. 65.
Alta Rien Aimie, Op. 59.—Schutt.
The interpretation of this famous,
and deservedly popular "Love Waltz",
may be varied by different tempera-
ments, hut in every case it axes the
three factors of the artistic pianist,
namely—-hands, head, and heart—in
other words, its rendition requires not
only technic, but intelligence, and ■Fair Woman s Building
every emotion, to give completness
The principal theme is a love-lyric,
and only beautiful when the melody is
sustained or made to sing.
The numerous crescendos and dim-
inuendos unfold its growth like
an expanding flower and we are
enraptured from the first note,
to the last chord as we follow its se-
ductive strains. Our repertory would
never be complete withtout A la bien
Aimie, Op. 69.
Miss Leone Williams recital took
place Wednesday at 4 o'clock. She is
from Kingfisher and had equally as
brilliant rendering, with pretty girls
presenting her with an armful # of
American Beauty roses. Her program
Rustle of Spring, Op. 32. ..Ch. Sinding
Les Deux Alouettes (Two Larks)
Op. 2 Th. Leschetizky
Serenade, Op. 29 C. Chaminade
Loure (Gigue) J. Seb. Bach
Valse in C Minor, Op. 62, No. 2 Chopin
Au Matin (At Morn) Op. 83, B. Godard
Adagio—Frtom Sonata, Op. 13....
Faust—Concert Valse, Op. 120..
Hungarian Dance, Op. 5...J. Brahms
Grand Polka de Concert, Op. 1..
H. N. Bartlett
WOMAN'S BUILDING AT FAIR
At the last meeting of the ladies of
Guthrie and Logan county in the City
Hall arrangements were made
W ill Buy this
802 East Okla.
3 Cans of Salmon
3 Cans of Hominy
3 Cans of V. C. Pumpkin
3 Cans of Early June Peas
— or —
8 bars of Bob White Soap
ved itself into a working organization ' Four 10c pkgS. Punch Starch
to be know as The Cimarron Valley Three 1Qc bars Sayman goap
Jflir wnman a Hull rims' Association
Four 10c bars Crystal Coca
and has begun its enthusiastic cam-
paign for the definite purpose of build-
ing a Woman's Building, wnich is to
be used exclusively for the exhibition
of the display ol woman's work in do-
mestic and liberal arts, and educat-
ional and school work. A woman's
rest room will also be provided, and a
place especially fitted for greater fa-
cilities for the scientific study of "Bet-
ter Babies." Heretofre the work of 3 pkgs Largest Post Toasties
the physicians and experts have been
seriously hampered by inadequate ac-
commodations for mothers, children
andattendants. One of the greatest
jStlPVIces the building will promote
will be the stimulus given to house-
— or —
2 pkgs of Cream of Wheat
3 pkgs 25c Quail Oats.
— or —
1 lb 40c New State Coffee
hold economic products and the arts lib 35c Blue Bird prize coffee
and crafts and needle work of both
ladies of town and county. In textile
industries and in beautiful needle
work the ladies of Logan county have
demonstrated their artistic skill over
all other competitors in Oklaaoma.
Beauty and utility, practical and or-
namental, in just and well balanced
proportion will be in evidence in the
feminine scheme of their dliberations.
The temporary organiaztion was
made permanent and officers elected; '
and with additional names added to j
the list to make the body more truly |
representative throughout the county,
and the standing committees elected,
the machinery was set in motion to
push the work of building the Wom-
an's Building which will be in readi-
ness for the big Cimarron Valley Fair
to be held next September.
Perfect harmony prevails and with
the intelligence and business acumen 0f expansion.
Yi lb of 60c Louis Tea
Zi lb Runkels Cocoa
Xt ☆ *
Jones & McCoy
the official family, the enterprise is
already an accomplished fact.
The surprise was sprung on the
meeting when several ladies arose and
insisted on buying stock, and $60 was
subscribed before the meeting could
resume its detailed plans, just to
start right by having a neuclus for
GARDNER & S0EHL
The Store For Men
For Harvest and Work Clothes that
are Standard we are Headquarters.
Pants, Overalls, Shirts, Underwear,
Socks, Hats and Gloves, in a wide range
to choose from.
GARDNER & SOEHL
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