The Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 26, No. 229, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 7, 1915 Page: 3 of 8
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THUKSDAY JAJTUAXT 7 1915.
THZ OKLAHOMA CITY TIMI8
GIRLS' and BOYS' BICYCLES
Complete with motor stands motor rubber peddles roller chain
guards coaster brake; color (ray nary maroon and black.
No trouble to abow yuu.
In the City.
Bicycle Tires fresh from factory I'tubi-cllas Itcpairlug. Kay uuil
Irf'k Work. 'lilltlri n H Vel(sipclca Coaster Wagons. Automobiles Fix. I
ballH Holler Skates.
Oklahoma City Sporting Goods Co.
118 N. BROADWAY
UV HhXEN HnW'K.
The glNK iHittoui iraya are at-
tractive. For tlila reason muny wom-
en are buying the plain gtass tray and
fitting It to milt tbeiiwelves. It may
he there In a lilt uf handsome allk ty-
ing by that would answer fur back-
ing the glass. The combination of tlio
two la often sewn. The effect la bel-
ter If only heavy Ih- In used in Dish
crochet strong filet or guipure. In-
set of these can he net Into allk or
If either la to be uaed alone then It
juay be necessary to flint decorat
A brocade either white or colored
would be lovely picked out with nil
tot or gold thread while lace would
land tfaelf well to an embroidery In
lave and Milk Make Pleaalnf Comb
colored allk. If on ha a piece of I
baudaonie lace the alae of the tray It
could be uaed juat a It la hnt when
mall piece only are available the
colored threeda will be a charity
Neatly act lu there will be no. auapl-
don of patchwork and two or three
different ktnda of lac can be worked
In together. .
The traya coin In all alaea from
the one only a few Inch long In-
tended for a pin tray or catch-all npu
the dreaalng table to the alse auffl-
rtently large for aervlng refreahmenta.
I might add taiamtry alao cretonne
If of very good quality la uudef tha
t goe without aaytng the tray
. . .' .'m.J i
What Girh May Do
It I of iii iiiatroctlv to get 4hi
manager point of view: Lately W.
' B. l-ook whn la general uierintenvleiit
vat lhrp factory In New York eta Us
made a ieech at a large gathering o(
the owiwra and fmployeea ( the ironi-
' pan'y lu which ho nld several Inter
; eating thln.. Among them waa a
atronr rcomn"iidnttmt ef tha "auK-
. gesUona from employee" Idea anil
bore are aome of tlte reason why Mr.
liook like the plan:
"If the luduatrtal and nmimercltil
. organliailiai of the United fltattat
-. could bring to bear umhi their prvb-
. lent all the brain and the thought
- and the knowledge of the men thoy
employ we aa a nation could rednce
the coat - trf oMf tiroductlon 40 per cent
;. 4 . . I do not bellete tliat 1 am
unduly ieJuilNtlc when 1 aay that
the treartiat work In the world Is to
get men to think about their work. -
1 have een a cnmiwlgu of edncn-
Hon In uvelHlng the luggeatlon Idoa.
I t have aeen It tlwroughly teated nut
1 ' i' In antne of the greatest In
dnstrial Mrporatloh of America ami
y It la nothing more nor len than an at-
' tempt to find ant those men who think
In corpora Urn . . . and I have
lonnd that a man' p vment comei
almoat In tllrtvt proportion to the
( anvHtnt of tltought knowledge an-1
f skill that he has".
must not be washed
Wbeu dime or solid they can be renew
ed by wiping off with a cloth dl
ed In alcohol and polUhlug off the
glass with tissue piiN-r.
If one ha hns-ado and lace on band
It can he worked up Into mi exquisite
oM-ra hag If a tray In not needed. The
foundation la a bit of thin pretty allk
nay dull roee odor cut square. Cpon
thla la arranged an artlNtlcally at poe-
alhle all the amall piece of laco aud
allk available. Then they are applied
with a Ninall itltch and If necessary
couuected with lace or fancy stitches.
A round of cardlioard covered with
allk la placed In the middle of the
qua re and secured. Thla forma the
lmUUra for Tray and Opera Baga.
latttom of the bag. The edge are fin
lahed with a lac frill and a caning
for running ribbon through la aet lu.
which wheu drawn up creates a bag
with fluffy corners turning bad. The
result will be a lovely bag at practV
cnlly no coat at all for even the tiu
eat acrap can he uaed and variety
will only add to lta beauty.
If only two motif of lace consti-
tute the wealth of the piece box they
could be uaed a the outer cover of
a dainty needlebook. After covering
the cardboard with silk the lace ahoald
be lightly applied or If the motif are
Urge enough there la the suggestion
for oatng tnem as covert upon one
of the miniature mattress ptncuahlona
To off or prises Air the good Idea
turned In by employee I certain! a
straight way to discover who hat those
good Ideas and to gut them Into use.
That pay the management
But It wlU pay yon to think even
without the Incentive of a prise. If
some big bualneaa men are willing to
give tnetr thlitger prises It Is a pretty
fair sign that all btadneea men want
thinker. It' up to you to use your
Drama o tliat they tell.
RNtiLAND Itl'Y8 UMBER
FROM KANSAS CITY FIRM
Kanaaa Uty Jan. t. A lumber
company here haa algned contra oU lo
Aimlah 00.000000 feet of timber to
be shipped by tha nurcnaser to Eng-
land. The timber will constat chiefly
of tie and mine timber. The ofridaU
of the company do not know whether
It la to be uaed by the Rngltabwar
department or by some private firm.
The real Identity of the purchaser of
tne timber wa not made known of
floiala of the cowiwny said. The tim-
ber will be shipped to Port Arthur
for trantportatlim to F.ngland. The
contracts provide that the rtek of th
company cease when the timber Is de
livered at the port.
' i - i . -
it yon man Rbout the weather It
may be a algn that you are getting
An Interesting meeting uf Oklahoma
Aerie No. Fraterual Order uf
Kagles. waa held last ntgut wheu the
! following officers wore Installed (or
the ensuing year : ). A Waller worthy
president ; 1'. W. Butler worthy vice
preatdeut ; K. McCarty chaplain; II.
J. Clrout secretary; M. I). McAlee
treasurer; C. I). Hobart Inside guard;
C. L. 1-acy outside guard; Dr. John
F. Kuhli aerie physician mid I). A
A. C. Whitman a fruit peddler
braved strong evidence thla morning
aud pleaded uot guilty' to a charge uf
carrying concealed weapoue when
brought before Judge Price lu police
court. Captain Mike Oiunor aud
Detective Oordoii alleged the ;-iau
; waa drunk and floiirlahed a gun on
Weet California avenue yesterday
levelling. Wbeu a r routed near the
city hum Connor aald "he had a
liHided ilHtol a partly loaded flunk
i of whisky aud he also waa 'loaded.'"
! Whltmnn waa found guilty of the com
cealcd weapon charge and alao of a
charge of drunk. He waa fined fftO
I mi the firm charge and a on the
aecond. with ooale attached.
U. L. Davis dairyman at 7J5 hast
Third street pleaded not guilty to a
charge of iiialiitalng a dufry and wiling
milk on uimunltary premises in in.i
Iilclpal court thla mornliig. 1 n Irj In-pet-tor
A. A. Doughty and llea'th In
peotor J. T. llawklna appeared ugntii.d
him. liavla charged that the trial was
au attempt on. the part of the tuHact
ora to "jot)" Him. He charKwl Hint
IuNpector Doughty had only luapected
hla dairy four timea In two jeam
and tliat ho waa not In any way
qualified to cenaor him. liavla pr.-vl
oualy 0rated a dairy at HobliiNoui
and ( atreeU. He waa fined $lil lind;
cost by Judge Price.
iMiae Mildred (orbett MaUtant rlly
mH'retary of the . W. O A. for uie
aouthwevt la visiting the Oklahoma
City Y. W. C. A. and will be here
until Monday. Mlaa Corliett met the
board of directum of the city aaeotla-
ttou at a luncheou at the aaaociatlou
The beuae roouuittee of (be V. VT.
C. A. held lta regular meeting at a noon
luncheon at the aaeoriatlou today.
Mr. J. U Jenklna ureahleat praald-
d. The Bieetlnca of the V. W. C. A.
claaaea In flrat aid to the Injured and
lo china painting which were dlacou
tinned for a holiday aeasloo will re-
umo their uaetluga tonight Regular
data of the meeting will be the aame.
Tha claaae mevt at the aaaocUtlou
"IVnonaJ Impreaaisa of Settleauent
Work In New York Uty with Dr.
Jacob A. Reld" will bo the aubject of
an addreaa to be given at tit city X.
W. C. A. rooiua by Prufeaaor Ullben
IL Smith of tha Uulverelty of Ok-
Uboma Friday night at 7:80 o'clock.
Everyone la Invited to attend.
Secretary ( 8taieH. U Oliver U-
day granted a charter to Oavena k
Craven of Fort liltxwn caplUllaad
at 110000. Tha lucuropartor are IL
W. Crarena Ray Cravena aud Amelia
A. La. The company Intend oouduct-
lnf a fanaral mercantile bualneaa.
9mm aaai amwtanl I Jkai Af W4MmmA
la tha aenate. In the way of pencil I
Den tablet and other abulia r thing
thaaraat will pay for only what It
geta or order la tha Inatructlon gl- j
an by Benator MlcbelU preaiaent pro
tern to aupply men. Price for the
things must he agreed upon lo ad
vance In alao the order or senator
Mitchell and no other price will be
Thonuu E. Klrbr. clerk of the dl-
trict court left lart night for Peters-
burg. III. having beau called there
by the Ulneaa uf hla aged mother.
! 1a tal the law wblrh or-
vldea that no peraonal boud aha II be'
mlaalonen from a juauo or tna
peace In a city of tho flrat claaa. W.iina appearanc or a Taube riying ma
V llawklna baa filed In dlatrict
court a petition ask tug the court to;
giant a writ of mandamus compeliiug commannea w cease rinng in oruer "i-nv nsumim cuuniy ai-
the board of county commissioners uf not to give a clue to their whereabouts torney "Mr. DuMara aud I are work-
Oklahoma oounty to accept the bond and the Taube sailed away seemingly today on a penal suit to be brought
which he has presented. Hawkins i having failed In Its mission. It came1 against the owners of tho Campbell
st forth In hla netttlon that be was
elected In the recent general election
and furnished a bond In the required
amount which waa rejected on the
giounds that nothing but the surety of
bonding company wouiu do ac
Mr. H. H. Miarf and daughter
Mary I-etia Vaughn ware arraigned
before Judge W. H. 7.wlck In county
court today on Information from the
oounty attorney charting tbea wtth
entering Into a conspiracy to de-
fraud Bertha B. Workman by remov-
ing from Oklahoma oounty certain
mortgaged personal property from
the Woodward hotel. The defense de-
marred to some of the evidence of
fered and tha case waa oonHnaed.
Cora L Garrett filed att for
voir today against Aahtna W. Qr-
rett charging extreme cruelty and
gross neglect of duty.
A aeetlea for rltatlea far sentempt
asking Judge Oeorge W. Clark to re
quire Gray Bmlth to appear and an-
swer why he haa not paid the 925 a
montn alimony granted Mr. Hmltb
by the court several mouths ago in
granting her a divorce.
WtUlaaa JriHna. the waiter feond i uIl0t h frhMl1 whwl be wa
dead In a room at the Terminal hotel iboot to machine but
terday morning died of acute !h B"01? put up ? "" "Kht
pneumonia aocordu.g to an autopay . "' tlm laaiie had be. time donbtful.
held by Justtoa W. P. llawklna re-wnn u' trom n"
terday afternoon. It was at first i M trJ ! 17h11 "!
thought that Jenklna died from am.' .drr2Hi1 At.fuU """
kollo notion on th heart as a result iT"''"! . ''""TP" 1ln
of Intoxication the night before. I1""
. ready they dashed Into tlw fight and
la the snlt the rVeority HUte :Put (be gnn to root. Th machine
bank of Wichita agalnat Rebecca Hey- was captured hut . that was not
man aa executrix of the estate of gev -
roonr C Ileymaq for fl.0NB.ll allegeil
to be due the bank from the estate
a eom promise wa reached thla after-
noon In which the bank agreed to
settle for SO per cent
The eeenty eiamlas lower today
Halted th Juvenile protective Associ-
ation and reported the aame In gtvsl
condition and spoke highly of Ih
The Cnthrle Cettmi Ofl ;
has pleaded (tillt to mlllag ootton
seed tueal with ail excess of bulla lu
It and were assessed flue of I loo
and coat. At the first trial the
company wna couvhied and fined
f-'UXi but a new trial whn grante. He
fore going to trial however the mm
pauy pleaded guilty anil tiNik the
ilia Her flue. The offense complalni)
of agalnat the cuuiptiuy constitutes
adulteration. Ilia prossutloti was
uudertakeu under the illn-. tl f ih.
pure fiHN) deiurtmeut of the IhihpI f
agriculture. Similar tire pcud
mg against other oouccms.
Ida Mulr hat filed petition in dis-
trict court for divorce from J T.
Mulr iil'icglng non-support and that
her hualiiind though earning a goial
aalary an a piano mover contributes
nothing to the supiKirt of herself aud
clitldreii and at the same lime coll
Unties to Hie on the fruit of her la
Rev. J. K. Dtsrh tirorgi- K. Ileeiier
and J. V. A. Ugtevia ineinliers of the
county clm-tlou board prew-niisj to i
Platrli-t ludge George W. Clark IliU
mornliig an application uiklng that
the comity ciMiuulMloiierit Ih- reulrel
to allow a bill for riwIhI work daie
by them In the recent kcikthI election.
Tlio bill claims
a total of $174 duo
Deinpi M. puwetL grorrr at 1.1 ll
North Kohliison waa made defendant
thla morning lu an action for dlvone
brought agaliiHt him by hi" wife 1'u
lab May Honell. who charged that the
hiuvhaud Iiuh admitted unleouiliig
acta and thnt ahe can no longer con
done hi conduct or live with hlin
Infornuitloo waa filed ttila immiing
by the county attorney office acaliut
John IloblLwai Joe I aud William
Roe following the raid by Iieputy
Sheriff M. E. Hrulth on rcHima of the
Campbell building yeaterday lu which
a quantity of liquor waa helaexl.
Member of the legUleiure will he
especially Invited gueata at the popu-
lar ctaioert thla evening at the First
rrexbyterlan church to te glveu by
Hdwin alle Mclntyre. orgaidst and
vocallata of the church choir. Thla l
tha third tMiiiiilur firttrrmii nt )in
1914-15 eeawai and promlt. to tie one !
of the beat of the year. Memliera and
employee of the legtalature will be ad
mitted without ticket other will be
PXpw-ted to pnamro ticket which u
lie had without charge at the t'reder
Ickaon-Kroh Mualc company.
Miss NettU Johnson for alx and a
half year clerk of the city building
deynrtnieot reslgued her poaltlou ye-
terday to accept the poaltlou of hhmInI-
ant aeereury of the Y. W. C. A. Mlxa
JohiiMon ha a long and enviable rec-
ord In city work. The rexlgim'tlou will
take effect Immediately.
Rev. Rais J. launb ef Tulaa.
preached an Interesting revival enr-
mon at the Putnam Height Preabyte-
rian church last night on the aubject
"A Living Karri flee. The subject la
taken from the great European war
the beginning of witch. Dr. Iamb wlt-
need when in Fin rope laat August.
Hla sermon wa baaed uniu the com-
pariann of the aa orifice being made
In the preaent war with the Divine
Bacrlflce. A Urge audience heard aud
njoyed the aennon Hat night
If If I FJIj I VI j I Ml IV
DHlilU Hill U J 1 1 11
DIsaMed Aircraft Ctared In Khan
right By Freneh; Aviator Killed
Parts Jan. 7. The freneh batteries
had been playing on the German post
tlons all day and the observer report-
ed that the fire of the three Inciters
china ovr the battery coaltlon waa no
surprise. The French gunners were
uacK again nowerer ana arter drop-
ping four harmless bombs on Bamptg
j new u lei ran a lew oangerousiy cioae
to th French batteries. The pwlttou
had been discovered and the necvealty
o bringing the machine down before
It could get back i the German lluea
Musket were lmd from every dl-
nttlou machine guns were turned
toward It and even the three-lncher
uame Into action. In a perfect storm
of ahell and bullets the Taube wa
sum In a bad way. It mads an effort
to turn and fly but It waa seen that
It had been bard hit. It tipped con-
siderably then obliqued toward the
earth and lauded with heavy shock
In the plain of AghUcoort
The freneh Infantry had watched
tha action fnm the trenches and the
machine bad no sooner touched the
I round 'than the entire Una dashed
forward to capture it The Saxon in
front (tad also been looking on and
they came on at double-quick to de-
two detachment clashed. There was
an mdeacribahle melee for a few min-
utes. In which It was linMwlble to
separate the French and the Uermana.
The aviator had been killed by a
"K)iigb "r lb Infantry who charged
with the bayonet and took the trench
a that commanded the valley of the
Had Pleiatr ef leaves.
Trami-lf you'll gimme a meal
mnm I'll promise to turn over a new
Mrs. Subbubs . Never mind about
a new leaf; take the rake and Mm
over those old leaves on the Iswn.
Then remember that one good turn
deserves another and keep ou till you
get them Into a ylla
HOIISON. l THOK OK
I KOIIIIU HON Wlr NDMKNT j
Representative Ulehunaul 1. Ilobwin
of Alabama has l ausisl more of a atlr
In cotigrcs than an other ineuilier
for many months lu Ids flht for a
prohibition amendment to the Const i
tut lull of the Cnlted Slates It luia
not been generally belletsl that tlu
vote for prohibition would be ho large
a was shown on the actual Vote In
the House Put when the iuetion
(me to the test It wns discovered
J1"" "r w'n
11)7 volen In favor of
It to 1NU against. That of course did
not mean that the aniemlltic resolu-
tion wk adopted for submission to
the atatcM for to do that uoiilil re
quire a two thirds vote-to sav noth-
ing of concurrence by the K4-nate.
Mr. Ilolaum believes In prohibition
women suffrage and the Itnuilnence of
war wltli Japan.
ISSUK PHONE ORDER
Corporation Comanl salon Direrta Pio-
neer t Connect With Deer Creek
Mutual Line at Arapahe.
The corporation commission baa
made an order directing the Pioneer
Telephone comiany to make connec-
tion with the Deer Creek Mutual Tele-
phone couuxnv at A ratal ho for the
purpose of tranwulttlng long distance
nieeaage originating terminating
with aubacrllier to the IeT Creek
company. A. E. Darnell aud other
of Arapahu made complaint to the
commlHalon asking that the connection
Th couinilHaion took evidence. In
nsklnr the ennnectlon It 1 ivrdered
that both companies divide the cost
of establishing the connection and
that the Ieer Creek coniuy to get
12 12 per cent or the toll revenue
originating and terminating on the
Ieer Creek line. The order becomes
effective January 15.
GOING AFTER OWNERS
Proprietor at Building lettering
Rootlecgen Will be Prosecuted. Hays
Assistant Attorney Illlplrt
"We are going to see if we can put
op to some of thla bootlegging
niiiiuing aa a sequel to the raid of that
: pl" last plght In which a quantity
.oi ii'P'or was lounn.
The county attorney's office takes
the position that tlio owner of build
lugs are responsible for such violation
of the law If they have the knowledge
or the use to wnicn parts of their build
bags are to lie put.
REMAINS IN OFFICE:
that the statute I nnoonatltntioual
George Bon net t. who ba held the of-
fice of register of deeds hag refused
to relinquish his office to William O.
Newer recently elected county clerk.
Newer made demand for the office
of register of deeds wkhlch It la
olalmed wa consolidated; vlth (the
oounty clerk's office ltonnett declared
that the statute making such consoli-
dation was unconstitutional and aald
said that he had legal advb-e not to
relinquish th office.
RED CRONfl IMIF.S NOT
DFvSIRR Y AM r l OKHFRH
New lark Jan. 7. The Amerl.-atiJ
Red Cross la endeavoring lo dlscour-1
age the beatowlng of valuable preseuiH
or aecoratloua opon Individuals rep
resenting the organisation In foreign
conniriee at war.
it was announced here last night
that MaJoiMieiNral tietirge N. DmvN j
chairman of the central committee
has addressed through the state do-
partment a letter to the Amerl.mi
mbasaadon ln Great Hrttnln. der-
ma ny. France Russia and Austria-
Hungary and the Amerh-an minister In
Bucharest. Rumnnla explaining the
All Com From Beaten.
"Ho yon come from New Vorkt" aald
an Kngllsh lady to a trarelln Amert-
can. "I aunposesl of conn nn cam
from Boston?"' 1 .
"Why did you think thatr asked
tlte New Turk lady.
"Because I supposed that cnltlvated
Intelligent American. cam from
"Hut what In the world mad yon
think thatr waa the natural question
"Oh. I don't know evactlv think
It waa a Boston ladr whs told mm."
r-Tirii-;''':'' W!" Tarta
WtiN' a ii kUi t!ifr iil
Of The Year
You'll not only find the largest ii-
aoiinient of patterns at the II. A M
but you will ms- the l..-t side'tis line
"of (ilKUl HHIIITS II has ever been
jour gcssl fortune to huj at a reduc-
tion lu price. They're MANHATTANS
and II. A Jl si'KciAl.s ovcrv shirt
view of pleasing th M critical
Kelow are the prlees
11.IN.I H. A M. Speelal
fl.DO Manhallan and
H. A M. Spis lals
I-(HI Manhattan anil
II. A M. Sss UU
$'Jrl Manhattan and
11. A M. Sss alH
t'i M 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 ; 1 1 1 ami
II A M Sss als
Men's and Boys' Suits Overcoats
Trousers Full Dress and
Tuxedo Suits Etc. 1-4 Off
NEW ROBBERY LAW
Proposed Withdrawal of Hank Insur-
ance in Eaatern I'srt of Mate Ex-
retted lo Cause IIUIative Action.
Th many bank robberies In the
state recently has brought the
matter seriously to the atteutlou of
burglary Insurance nmipaulea and at
a meeting of these official In Kaunas
City It was recommended that burg
lary lnaurance be revoked on a nuinoer
of banks In the eastern si do of the
It Is posnlhle that the legislature
will take aome Immediate acttou on
a bill that has been Introduced lu the
aenate by Kens tor Ilavta of Bapulpa
providing for a reward for the appre-
hension and proeecutlon of hank rob
ber. The bill provide that the funda
aball be used by the governor aud
appropriate 110000 for that purpone
for the fiscal year ending June 30
11115. The sum of lo.OOO la provided
for the next yesr. The governor may
rrer not more tnau ii.uuu in -ny one
i There is already a tatute making
Nuk robbery by explosive a fWony and
providing for a term of not tew than
I twenty nor more than fifty year In
j Ibe peultentwry. ThU w passed at
the session of the legtalature two
. year ago. the measure being Intro-
uucea ny nenator isareiooi in urauj
SENATE GRINDS TODAY
Standing Committees Hate Been Ap
pointed and Will He Announced In
the rUate Henate This Afternoon.
The aenate convened at 8 o'clock
today to which time that body ad
Journala of tlte flrat and aecoud
days' aeaalou were read.
Kev. K. 8. Katterfleld. pastor of the
First M. K church of Paul Valley
Invoked divine blessing lu the senate
today being invited by Kev. J. H.
lllackwissl the senate chaplain.
The party standing commltteva uf
the aenate have been completed and
will ls auuouueed In the aenate dur
lug the after in on swwloli.
Tonight 1 "change of bill" night at
tlte Met and the Taylor company will
have for the patrons the great New
York succeai "The Fortune Hunter."
Ma hahaid tr lh.ki.at Inir Im musMuUirv
fur "The Fortune Hunter" as lta suc-
Jsn i i ceaa la too well know. Suffice to aay
an. I. 4Jiaimlngth th. Tavlnr nrcalncllon wUl com
pare very favorably with any premuta-
tion In thla city and It will be np to
the high atandard act by Mr. Taylor
on hla opening atock In this city. A
i the Met will break the record wilh
; "The Fortune Hunter" It la advisable
to order seat In advauce by telephon-
ist Walnut 400.
Ilia BAIL FOR BANKF.K;
OVER CERTIFIED CIIF.CK
Bcrautuu. Pa Jan. 7. William U
Watsou president of the First Nation-
al bank of Plttston I held In $ lo.ono
tl for a further bearing next Friday
"7 V. 8. ('omnilssloner (leorge l
Hlieuer chargel with over -certification
of check to his account
It la alleged that' Watson certlflod
checks to himself for M9.00 when.
'bl account w thousands of dollar
short of that amount ; that the checks 1 0
were used In th purchase of securt- 0
ties and that these securities wereiO
used a collateral for Ion us to meet the 0
Thar? no better way to gtt (
rid of that $econd-hand furni-
ture to )? tho$ chickenn that . f)C
cow or hortt than through a pi pTTTT
TIMES want ad. Th cott i M T?y
3 Lines 6 Tunes 20 cents (v
this reason's iiatteru and bought with
-'liio Manhattan and
It. A M Specials
't "hi Manhattan and
II. a M. Special
Moo Manhattan and
It. M. Kpeclala
r.mi Maiihattun and
II & M SH'lalH
Party Member ef the LefisUture
Will Be Guests ef Oklahoma Lseal
A banquet will la? served at West
fall hall Saturday night under the
auspices of the women's committee of
the Oklahoma Socialist haal to the
five reprem-utatlve and one state sen-
ator nx-eutly elected to the legislature
from the Hodallst party. Ticket for
the affair are on sale by the commit-
tee the proceeds of which will be used
In. the general fund and a dinner has
been prered under the management
of Mrs. John Ilagel.
A pleasing musical and literary pro-
gram haa been arranged by Mrs. L.
Myrtle Trulnett who wa a delegate
to the recent state convention. An
orchestra of the Oklahoma City local
will furnish music several out-of-town
speaker are expected and read-
ings will be given by Mr. Trulnett
and Mrs. J. Stanley.
The main feature of the evening
will be the add rente given by the
newly elected niemlwr of the legisla
ture each oue being on the program.
CATTLE - The bulk of Tbsrsasfi
cattle ruo mads up of mlisd aal
" stuff. Nuthlng uf qaallty la th
Ixsrf Una li..wtd op s few fslr qaalttr
bev brlniliia around s. itood eows
nnd bftfers brought A.Tft)6 00 ss taps.
Hulls sold from A to iflO. Miockers
llniMsl scare Oi.l.y.
1 . Tin its)
1 hfr. two s.7g
1 "0 .
(Imid to cbolisi corn fed
MMliin) to food rorn fsd .
Ounit to choice yesrllngs .
('owe sad Relfere
OinmI to rbftlr cowe ..
fair to food
(load fod hetfer
fslr to good
t'oinaniii to fair
Umi ffd bulls
Mntliiiii to good butcher..
lackers sad Fa
rinoil in rboti feeder CKiflTno
Medium I" od tnMAO
H.-il to. k ralree .OiMM.M
Mull urn to-ood etork rstvea... !rwt'll0
(looil to choice yesrllnga ..... tOMtd'
MnIIiiiii to ood . S.TMaoo
aioi-krr rows Oo-ttn tin
Beet eto'krr f seder htlrers..... Suf?s
lorker bulls UBQtoJ
Rto'ker end reader tlttl
Itelm-ted fmslers .. gsJWMSJ
Median to good A5Ih( 25
Medium to (ood elorkers iAo4 IS
KtiM-k helfsrs 4 3fMAg0
atocker rows lleeH 4
lltMIH The boa trade eBenad ateadr
Tburedsr the local market sad must
alas wre ob this haute. Best porkers
brought I i M ss toy. with th bulk t IT
QT SS l'1 sell st n 2S4fl 7a.
There Is profit fer you m the
Want Ads. Phone your ad to
day. P. B. X. It
times ?fl rent.
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Graves, R. S. The Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 26, No. 229, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 7, 1915, newspaper, January 7, 1915; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc169698/m1/3/: accessed May 24, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.