The Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 26, No. 229, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 7, 1915 Page: 5 of 8
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THTJ11DAT JANUARY T.
THX OKLAHOMA CITY TDCXl
A beautiful kprujr pattern In
llavlliiinl I ti n. h China carried In
OPEN stuck go you may buy
single plixm in time and always
Htid tu your w(. A 32-place wirt
went In our West 1 C OR
Window -Price sJlvsaW
OUslioass Ore. OU.
Harriet Dunn Bnlley.
Mrs. Ony Kimball will euterlalu
with n box iwrty Haturday afternoon
it the Overholner lu compliment tu
MIm Mureta Black of Elgin 111. who
U the gucat of Mow Kthlyu Jolnifcoit.
Mia tionstance AIIkii who was also n
guest of Mies Johnson left Tuesday
evening for her houie In McAleater
Mr. Roy Hoffman of ('handler ar-
rived tUla morning and will ranialn
over for aeveral (lay with Mra. C. C.
Tim Chrysanthemum club will nieel
Friday afternoou wltb Mra. Amoii
Mm. W. O. Norm I la euterUtlnlni
her I. nil her and wife Mr. and Mre
(i. W. liuMsre of Peoria 111. Mr. lu-
Car I alao th i.hcle of Mr. John
I Mi Mam.
Tim Calcthla oluli met Wednexlav
wltb Mrs. K. E. Hruo. lull call was
answered wltb the unmet of author
and their worka of tht Augustan pa
rlod ut Bnglleli literature. Mra. M. I
Clarence 1. HarrU gave u l.ltliiiaulan '
Folk aong. A round tabir tnlk fol
lowed. The club will have It guest
day next Wedneaday with Ml Mr
glhla Fltzirerald. when the Iioniestlc
Sdonce deiartuieut will Ik special 1
Mra. W A. Knott had aa lier giiU
thin week Mr. Charles It. Hume of
Anmlnrki) Mra. 8. A. (lanihle ami
Mrs. (I. E. t'ranier of Muskogee.
Mra W. II. Hetidreu and MIm All
Hlrlnpftcld. who have been the guest
of Mra. Arthur Harrtaoti for a few
daya bare returned to tbelr bome In
Mlaa MnyMIe Brook of AuatUi la
the guest of Mra. Walter D. Caldwell
Mra. Our Turner entertained the
Wednesday Auctliai club yesterday. Top
core wan made by Mra. Charles Con
uellee The club will meet nevt week
with Mra. Harry Waldron at Hadduu
Mra. Harry Waldron and baby re
Twenty State Officer Attend Cesifer-
cure at Home of Mr. . A. Knott;
The annual meeting of the executive
board ot the Oklahoma MIeUnary Ho-
clety of the Presbyterian church ot the
United Htiile convened Tuaaday
niorulng at the home of Mra. W. X.
Knott on beat Fourth it reel. Twenty
atote officer were present. Reports
of the work uf missions wre gWen
aud iilaiiN made for 1915 which will
Include a broader and more sggreeelv
One action taken waa of especial In
terest to the missionary worker of
the city for It waa decided by unani-
inoua vote to assist (lie annual achool
ot mission which will meet here la
June by eubatantlal turn aud re-
uueet war sent to all of tbe eight
IWbyterial meeting In March to
take almllar Ntefia.
'I ha state officer willing here aa
luted Mra. Knott In nerving a lunch
eon aud an Informal reception lu
honor of the visitors waa held from S
to 7 o'ckik thl afternoon wben many
oallera war received.
Thoee In attendance at the meeting
of tba board were Mra. C. H. Hume of
Anadarko; Mmea H. A. Gambia aud
O. K. Cramer ot Muskogee; Mra. Vi.
ft. Hefedren and Mlta Alice Hiring
field of Tulaa; Mra. (I. A. Hlreeter of
Khawuao; Mra. V. !). Tlnklepaugb of
El Reno: Mra. (leorge Brett of PotM-a
City; Mra. 0. N. WlUlnghaai of Ho
bart; Mra. W. W Kerr of KlngfUher;
Mra. 0. PhUllpa of Guthrie; Mra. A
Chamberlain of Vtnlta and Mmea .
E. Traadwall 0. r. Ward W. W. Par
ry A. Moriiaon and E. B. Rlngland
i ot tiu city roe fr or the watt
V mtnatar Guild aaalated in entertaining
tba foaata at tlie aortal meeting.
Kd J Jteluriey.
Hpltler waa leader ana axceiirnt taut. turned Mondai from Knrt MartUon.
were given on the life and work of I where they apeiit the holiday with
Ai1iIIh.hi Hteele Pote (loldNmltn ami i Mm. Waldron parent. Mr. and Mm.
Swift Mr. Henry Ludlow gave a re W. A. Mieaffer.
view of the mngailua article on "The
Birthplace of Uray'a Elegy Btoka Po- Tlie member of tbe Auction Coterie
trie." Ou accoiuit of lllnaaa the dub were guela Wednenday of Mp-
pair of Mr. Harold Bradburn waajT. II. I)olpb. Top acore wa made by
noainoiied untU the next meeting. Tbe "ne noateea. me club will meet next
club will have a called meeting ucxl
Weiluenilay at S o'clock wltb Mra. W.
Mr. Chariot Ward entertained tbe
member of the N. (I. O. club Wedum-
day togotbur with Mr A. Mallett of
Oaktowu lud. Tbe annual election of
offlcera reunited Id Prealdeut Mra. D.
M. Beunatt: aecretary Mr. William
Bailey; treaaurer Mr. 1. H. ITImIi.
The club will meat February 8 with
Mra. Frank Foater.
LADD AM) SMITH HERE
Oidy Two OU Belolen Bent U the
Lrtialslura far Thl 8ealn Art
Fran Creek and AlfaJfa Ceuntlas.
U ly two old aoldlera are meni' i-rn
of tbe prevent leglalature t 'it tnov
art both active and alive to every
thing that I going on In tba lower
hou.ee. They are W. J. Ladd the mem-
ber from Creek county known among
hia eonatltuent aa "Big" Ladd aud
J. C. Smith of Alfalfa county.
The two old aoldlera are long-time
frlenda and will aneud a great deal ot
time together during the aeaabax They
art) well Informed on tbe etate'a needa
and ay they will not tot fur an
leglxlatlon that la not neceaaary. Both
Tlie flwaatlka Htudy club met Wed
neaday In tba library. Arrangement
were completed tor tlie club lecture
next Wednesday. Mra. L. J. Dyke gave
a parliamentary drill. Mra. Jennie
Carter gave a talk on "Caatlea and
Cathedral of Fngland" dwelling ea-
iieclally on Warwick and Kenllwortb.
Mra. L. C. Fvttuer aava a deecrlpUon
of tbe eountlea of Kent and Huffolk.
Mra. A. M. Griffith told of tba Htand-
Ing fltonea of Haulabury PUIn the an-
cient monument of the Druid. Mra.
John Ntceley gave a comparlwai of tba
Engltah Inn and American hotel. In
place of tba next meeting of January
JO tba member will Join the C. L. 8.
C. In enjoying a lecture next Wednes
day afternoou at tlw Carmgle library
by Bev. Clarence J. Harrl im 'Tmt-
nyaon and Browning."
Mra. J. W. Harklua entertained the
Wadneaday Crucbat dub. Tba 1
'dock luncheon wa followed by the
afternoon apent with e rochet Tba did)
will meat In two - week wltb Mra.
Aona Aihby. .
Tha laenltera of the Friday One
O'clock7 LotKheon rTulf arlB kaatartaln
their huaband taturday eraulag at
tba home of Mra. B. E. Hutcbinaon
Mra. I. W. Fltt and Mra. J. M. Gayle
alao being Joint boataeae.
Additional gueata with tha lata dub
Wedueaday with Mra. A. B. Buodgr
were Mmea N. I. Sherman Jr L. M.
8ekett kn& Clarence Bralne. High
anira waa made by Mra. L. 0. Jankln.
Mra. frank B. Brown altboogb not a
member of tha club will entertain tha
mem here next Wadneaday at bar homo
at 280 Faat Eighth atreet
By apecial reqneat and for tha pleas-
ure of tha member ot the leglalature
and their tamltte who ar now in tha)
dty Mra. Donnelly Raid baa prepared
a apadal program of dance for The
Danaant at tha Inucklna Saturday
Mlaa Antoinette Preaton nek of
Mr. and Mra. A. I. Thorn peon of 8l
Weat Twelfth atreet. and Dr. A. (1
Setd wero quietly married Wadnea-
day afternoon at 5 o'clock In tbe
KKFUKK INVENTORY HALKM.
Our Hifiira Inventory ttalee con-
tinue on alt Tloiira. While tlie
priKiwR of ntck taking U lu prog
rewi we are giving tlia people un-
uitual valuea. We hope to flntab
taking Inventory within a few day.
ADVANCl KALE Of WHITE.
Wa are making big plana for our
annual Bale of White tha datea of
which will be announced later. In
the meantime yon will find wonder-
ful valuea lu whlta gooda that are
In onr present atock.
Year's Biggest Values in the Millinery Store
- m Hepubllcana and both belong to tp "eh"t nrc5 WJWt. Kt?
farmer' eaucua organUed
Tba Ideal man la creation of worn
r of Wheat
Th tveragg yerly con-
umptlon o( wheat in tht
Unltatl 8uti ig nearly tlx
buahalg for eyery man; wo-
maa and child. '
' Much of tht nutriment of
tha wheat in loit baoauaa tha
Vital rniueral aalla atorad by
Nature under tha bran-coat
'' are thrown out to make flour
whitJ . .-
of oholoe wheat and malted
barley all the nutriment of
the fraina inolthJing the min-
eral valuea neceaaary for
building sturdy brain nerve
and mtwcla la retained. '
' Everywhere Grape-N n t a
food haa proven a wonder
fnl energiier of brain and
brawn and yon may be aura
"TWi a Reieon"
Wedueaday with Mr
Mmea. R. E. Condll F. F. Clifford.
L. A. Yonng. C. K. Clifford and J. W.
Carey were additional gueata Wednea
day at tbe meeting of tha Alpha Betu
club with Mra. Robert I.. Mill. The
afternoon wa apent with needlework
and tbe monthly bnalneaa meeting
Mra. H. C. Reynold will be boatea to
the dub next Wadneaday.
Mra. Martha Hll of Wnnette la the
gtteat of ber daughter Mr. W. li.
Mr. 0. K. William entertained the
Duplicate Whlit cluh Wednesday. MIm
Carrie Hwltaler of Roawell N. M. wa
an additional gueat. Top aenrea were
made by Mmea. Jaquee Dur and IxmiI
M. RlllNiarne. Tlie club will meet next
Wadneaday wltb Mra. A I.. Welah.
Mr. T. M. Fpahaw of Helena Ark .
haa bceu ineudlng tba laat week In
tbe city with hi many old friend.
Mra. Mary (lunther entertained the
Plea atint Hour club Wadneaday having
aa additional tueata Mmea. 8. A. Oar
rtaon and B A. Hull. Thte waa the
annual Chrietma party and the gift
were drawn from tha table by rthbona.
The remainder of tba afternoou wa
apent with needlework. Tbe hoatexe
for the neit meeting In two week will
be announced later.
The Ladle Munlc cluh choru will
meet for rehearaal Friday morning al
Id oelock In tbe atudlo of Rowland D.
Mra. M. S. Singleton waa hostex
Wedaaeday to the Rntre Nou dub.
Roll call wa anewered with the ac
compllahmanta of the old year. The
afternoon waa apent with needlework.
The dub will meet In two weeka with
Mra. C C. Coatee.
Circle 4 of tha Flrat Cnrlatlan
church will mit Friday afternoon at
i o'clock with Mra. C. C. Coatea at
420 Weat Sixth atreet.
' Governor Once Mlaa Adah
Bennett and Mra. C. P. Tandenburg of
Ardmore were tha gueata at dinner
Wadneaday evening of Mr. and Mra
A. 0. Cruoe.
Tha New Century club met Weduea
day afternoon In tha library for the
annual election of officer. Mr. John
Wand one of tha earltaat member of
tbe dub waa chosen prealdent and
the other officer rhoaen were vice
prealdent Mra. II. C. Watton; record
Ing aecretary Mra. J. H. Htnliblefleld ;
correapotKlIng aecretary. Mra. R . M.
Howard! treaaurer Mr. Warren K
Snyder; critic Mra. 3. h. Daniel; par-
liamentarian Mra. Sarah Walker; hi-
tortan Mr. J. N. McComack; dnl
ntaa to the City Federation Mmea.
Klrby Fltapatrlck. F. A. Englehart
and S. M. Smith; alternate Mmea.
John M. Hill. John J Vol and J.
Wataon Hawk; delcgatee to thetat
federation Mmea. Walker and Wand;
alternatea. Mmea. H. B. Garrett and
Stnbhlefleld ; detecatea to the aecond
dlatrlrt convention Mmea Michael
Oonla and Iyal 1. Miller;- alter
nataa Mmea. Dantele and O. B. Ke.
Tha program committee appoint! by
fha praaldent Mr. Sarah Walker aon-
aJt of Mmea. Jimea P. Whlta Qar
ntt and Oonlan.
Mra. W. H. Ramaey waa boataex
Wadneaday to the Oak Par Embrol.l
ery dub having baalrte a la raw at
tendanc of member. Mmea A. Mayer
(I. K Gilt W. E. Xluk and H. Bridge.
Owing to tha atwenAa of tha pre
dent the hnalnaaa meeting waa Mat
noned. Tbe hoataae oarrVad out the
holiday Ida la tba luachaon and the
deooratlnna and aaalated by Mra. Will
Van Mirrfn nerved a banquet lunch
eon. The meeting nett Wedneaday
will be with Mr. Van Bnren.
Mra. lark Stannan entertained moat
pleasantly Wedneaday afternoon wltb
a aaiacatianenw ahowar for Mlaa Nat
1U Canada. ' The honor guaat waa ak
ad t nnraval a oob-wah of cord at tha
and of which wa the baaket of dainty
ana oeautirni Una. Tho remainder
f the afternoon waa apent at Five
Hundred followed by a delldoti
luncheon. Tbe gueatl war Mlaa
Oladye Trotter l-eah Woat . Sa
die Ianrla Mary Parker Oaorgla
naauni. and Mmea. Joeeph streafer
Helen Phllllpa and Oaoar Cordell
OSTRICH TRIMMED HATS AT ttM.
Valuea freaa AI M la $lt36.
Ijii Ii bat li a dlatlnctlva air of esduelve beauty that will
npix-Ml to women mhoild pay much more for headweur. lli
that have never before aold at till low frit. All color to e-
I NTRIMMF.I) HATS AT (He.
Valuea from 13.00 to SH.50.
An entirely new line of untrlmutcil UhIh that were foiiinl
ilnrliiK Hie preiiaratlou for takliiK Inti iitory. llafi that hliould
have oM earlier In flic wiihoii it r anywhere from f.jll to $S.50.
Milium ami large lu IiIiich rixlx. hroeim and gray.
OTIIKR I NTRIMMFI) HATS AT tSc.
laluee tram $1.00 te $t.M.
In tliU lot nin W found velonr aud velvet In practically
every color iliev lire ipevlal valuee any time at the price.
( IIILUKKN M HATS NOW AT Z3t.
That Formerly old for 12.00.
Hrlnic tlie little glrla along anil get them bata at thU prit.
(Julie it vnrlelv fmro which to .et.
( IIIIJIRF.N'H WHITE HATS Re.
Value f?.0 te .0O.
Thee Niniirt alilte hata ninat be aean to be appreciated.
Mmlc of etu'llent material ami developed In etytt that ar
Clearance of Knitted Goods at Half
Carriage Robes Shawls Petticoats Infants' Sacques.
Mittens and Bootees. Sweaters and Other Apparel
Ieplte the frt Hint the llrltUh embargo on winiI In like
ly to ttike the prl. n ut l wool kultted kihmIh hllu r thlx
year ttuin they live Ihhmi In year gone ly. knit xo.hIk lime
lieen added to the Hat of quality mervbamlle that iiiui mine
ilurliiK the Hrott Hiilllhurtou Before Inventory Snliv I'.ilu-
nhiK tomorrow morning practically everything lu the n of
knltteill gooil on the Fourth Floor WUI he hoM ut eiiiclly half
price. There wl'l lie no rfiinirklng. The preaciit tuga linll-
rnl.e the mini- hihI our snl-.iile lime bivn IiikI rtirttil to
Mll kultleil AT 11AI.K Ami plcawe keep thl III lillnd :
When we en Into the nmrkei io Inly for the full and winter.
of lllll T. 1(1. ve will lint hii rlflre qi'mllty for price. We tell
you frunkly Hint It Is in onr hii.-iot to buy now. We make
the aacrlfli Ii. iiii . ne . ..n hli r It ."" I Btftrekeepliig to move
KinhIn of every rlil !imi hIh-ii they are In aeaxoii.
General Clearance of Sweaters at Half
$3 98 White Webber Knit Sweaters $1.09
$2.60 Red Roll Collar Sweaters $1.25
$0.00 Standing; Collar Sweaters.
$2.25 WOOL CARRIAGE ROItFX
HhiiiI CrtM'heted UoImw. In blue and
white of eiderdown yarn 'JTi.'Ui Incho.
tSM HAM) KMT CARRIAGE
ROB KM $1.75.
Made of all wool aepbyr with fancy
weave 111 the center and acalloped elgeM
of pink and white.
INFANTS' SArOlTfl AT Mr.
Value I1.ML ;
All Wool Knit Hacqnea In red while
and white with pink and blue hMim-h.
Oood valuea at $1.1)0 and very iectal at
$11.60 White Heavy Cable Weave .$5.75
$4 50 Oray Norfolk Sweaters $2.25
$2.00 ! $8.00 (keen Belt Sweaters
INFANTS' $1.75 HACQt'EM AT SKr.
TImw liuve fuller cuffs and luinlers n ml
are trlmuiH with jerl button fio-teulni.'x.
Another enrllent value at the original
price. Now aacrlflcetl.
$2Jt KII.K AND WOOL HIIAWUS. S1.4V.
Large Whlta Shawl In uliell atltch with
4 Inch fringe that muat lie hvii to he ap-
preilated. Oood for niiMt any iHrasl.n at
home or abroad.
It.7l HHAPED 8HAW1.8 AT
Hand crochetwl ahnM Hhawl. while
with pink or blue bonier. An eiira fine
HOPE TO CARRY
Republican Will Hold State Meeting
February 1 and 2 Clan far (ireater
Campaign in Two Year.
Preparation for a big Republican
meeting to be held February 12 Lin
coln birthday at Oklahoma City and
to be attended by active Hepubllcau
from all pari of the atate la now un
der way. It la uuderatood that thl
meeting ia the flmt atep lu prtara
tlon for the campaign ot 1U1H and tl nt
tha work for tbe neit two year will
be outlined at thla time.
liettera received aluce tho elwthw
by Htate Chairman Arthur II. (tolmder
The revival at the Flrat Methodtxt
church la taking on a d latin charac-
ter. Ijiat night Rev. Jonea. tha evan-
irellat. Donnded nut reenter PhlllimU
irou a i liana in ine aiaia uiuk-bi ineeint itoat h.ip..t n
fact that the Republican came within !U working whole heartedly to gather Pry we". wl a ID
1ms thmi flra thoiiHHiul voteH of elect-: neonlo InIA lh hh k vi..k. Ure Mild I'oatmaster
lng a governor laat year ha Imtplrvd ; the chnreh ahonld fix lip Ita houae for '."rh l'Ple a role Jo not dealre
i KtuM nkiku a .a .it a.. . t iu iiimi aiii'ir iaaitv iiMk aa ar irmi
arTT twrywo RUU IIISII 11 11 BiUIWni 1 . . . . - - .
Kbould put on the mautiera of the 'www b." l.TiTi
Chiiatlan life. ! I lrlnt nlM Information aud keep
"Living Chrlatlana are tba heat ad-i" "P to
nrtUement of a Chrl.tlaa church.-: t" 1"dlM
Iter. Jonea maintain. lead trbi.:"trwt "t however ahonld ' he re-
doubt lean aavea tho
INFANTS' MITTENS AND
SSc All Waal White Mlttena at..la
Mc ThumMeaa Milk Mlttena al....Sr
Nilk an4 Weol Mitten at SSc
t5e Knee Length Raateea nt lie
75e Hh Boateea reduced to S8r
7t 811k Boateea reduced te Sfte
INFANW TAPS AND HOODH.
Infants' Knitted Chi ami Honda
that formerly aold at anywhere from
flflc to $1.00 have been rcluivd to
Jiurt one-halt Here are the price :
5 Obh and Hoed tie
5Se Cspa and Hnod ttc
7a Cma and Hood lfl
tM Cae and Hoodi Mc
ALL WOOL KNITTED PETTICOAT! IN AN ASSORTMENT 07 00L0S8 AT Wo VALUE $1.08.
released on bond. Ha la a priwperou
merchant at IJndaay and haa a wife
and two children. He bad route to
the city with hla little daughter to buy
her an automobile when be met aom
acnualntancea from home and went
to the place on California atreet Mon
roe denied having fired the ahot but
the girl gave the officer hi nam and
aald the ahootlng waa the reanlt of
hla accuaatlon that ahe had taken $300
from hla pocket.
WANTS A LIVE CHURCH
Dead rhrlatlana Only Advert tee In a
CemAery Kvangrllat Bald and Peo-
ple Deal Like Ceaaeterle.
Believe ftieUentkm of
Fareal Peat bietrurtlent Savaa Pbona
ceaaed. from (likkaalia. W. H. Dllkey.
wife aiMl mmi of Cbickaaha A. F. nil-
key of 1 .aw ton aixl Roy Hoffman of
Chauiller a brother-in-law were prea-
Fallliearer were J. W. Hawk. C H.
Khubert. II. fl. Houghtou J. J. eOaeock
Mayoard Coruellu and IL D. Willi
of Oklahoma City.
Floral offerluga were preaeuted by
the Hhawuee Hlne Ixxlite of which
Mr. 1'ottlnger a a a member and he
Foatiuaater II. tl. Fjiatniatt bellevealthe India Temple Shrine of thla city
that tbe Pioneer Telephone cuiupkuj Mr. I'ottlnirer waa well known here
should retail) In It directory the page both In buiuea contiw-tkMia and aa
devoted to the publication of rule and a prominent Maaon. He was retnra-
rvgulatlona relative to the Parcel lng from a trip to California when tbe
poet and alao tbe atreet gulua feature. I new of hi death lu an Kl Paao ho-
Wlth the bllla aent out thla month i tel waa received by retatlrea here. HI
the telephoue miauy eueloaea a clr death waa due to opleiy which
cular aaklug for eiuraMlon of vlewcauaed heart failure according to phy-
by patron aa to tba advlaablllty
elttnlnatlng tbeae fealnraa a well a
the railroad time table out of the
"I believe that tha public could do
time table feat-
nk-iana who attended.
"u ruzL r.: i : i " u .i.uh .. a iw. mi"u .-'"rtou j.u. r.-s-ot thu
TZrtSZZ Vei;; ry ; r-jS- - I tTletZnein;;'; thaandT;? t'en0 to SJ
tbe belief In them that It la tulle )-
slble for Oklahiana to go UeinlilUii
and that to that end a ayatematlc and
coutlnuou pMiiaganda ahould In? car
Chairman (lebmler ha nnuiimid
that h will
12 and he will alao laaue a g-jiwral In
vltatlou to- iarty worker throuicUout
the atate to attend thla meeting. Roy
M..Johnaon ot Ardmore prealdent of
tba Republican Htate Pre nocta-
tlon will call a meeting ot the Ktpiin-
ltn editors tor tlie same day and at
night there will be a big Lincoln Day
banquet to which tlie general public
will be Invited. Detail or the .aiwak-
Uig program fur this hamiuet wl'l be
Oklahaaan Lena) Nation a Advance.
sacnt af Literacy; Country's Par-
wutage Is BnwlL Hay Ucpert.
TESTIFY FOR DEFENSE
Wltneaaea ki Rule Caae Tell Hew Bins
rreaerrted by III If era Checked l
By Leglalature Ctnta. .
In the proeecuttoa ot J. M. Rule
charged with fraud In state printing
contracts at the 1911 aeaaon of tba
atate legislature the atate flulahed tha
Introduction of evidence thla morning
and the defenae offered aa wltuiaan
R. D. Elk Ina. chief property room an an
Jaaiea H. Warmer ajwlatant In the
property room and O. A. Croeeett
chief clerk of the houae
.The evidence waa to thow the man-
ner of checking up the bllla presented
by Rule and the Warden company to
the atate tor approval aud payment.
SUIT AGAINST MONROE
The bride ha been realdtnf tn thl
city with Mr. aud Mra. Thompson for
the paat year but haa been for a
mouth with her alater in Wichita. Af-
ter a short wedding trip Dr. and Mrs.
Bolda will he at home to their friend
at 1128 Weat Twelfth street where
their home la ready to receive them.
Mr. and Mrs. Fdwln I. Abt of Can-
ton O. announce tbe birth of a baby
son Toeaday. Mrs. Abt was formerly
Mlaa Kdna Ooldatandt of thla dty
and her mother Mrs. A. M. Ooldatandt
la vial ting bet
a a a
Tbe members ot 81 Paul's Eptacopal
churct) oeleo rated the tat of Epiph-
any or Twelfth Night together with
the anniversary of the eonsecratlon eC
Riahop Frauds Key Brooke at the ca
thedral Wedneaday. Following tha
morning servteea a luncheon waa aerv
ed In the Pariah bouse to alfty-flva
truant. At the meeting of the aux
iliary In the afternoon the mite botes
ware opened and talks were made by
Mmea. W. H. P. Tradfeon Joseph
Huoklas Jr Mrs. Brooke anT Blahnp
Brooke who made an appeal for tho
mlaeton at Whirlwind. A large num-
ber of tha women of tho Pariah partie-
Ipated ia the F.ptphany tea. Mrs. Wsl
ter A. Lybrand rstalod the Istsads of
Epiphany during the bsming of the
candles aud the eake waa cut by Mra.
Arthur Brown Chaae. Tea was served
by Mmea D. A Bennett A. 0. Robatt-
ana Fred inxon end Mlaaes Virginia
Wand and Pearl Putnam aasiatad by
Mmea. Stanley Williams Paul Ader
bolt and Mlaa Wilms Fnehner. Ereh
songj in the cathedral elveed tbe Servl-
The Muaic department ot Boroals
met Wednesday tn SorosU ball. Mr.
Frank Hot term was tbe lea der on
Chopin and Mrs. H. D. Newman tare
sn excellent character sketch of hla
life. An Interesting- point was the
deaigiiatihf of the tbamea Vrlttan by
iiinatratiac the three nertaali
of hla love affair with Oenrye Hand
i Mr. C at ikaina iIm r i.
ter aol Mi; nrb Miu 1 2 '"S" 1 '"D."" 1 The
- - ' Rittv wriuw nnsiaiias- e-.-tx. tnr iiun- Mf. MHirffl Wain mrsjTsiewu on u (1111 Inllftr WU pttHiiniY HMM mwiTt lit
The. Urma. ttM ..III t at.. MICD TCflf 1V t1I)l WtlO OtMrwlW . (h I'liltdMl HtAtAH sir nnsaKlan .1
. . -ra Miagiu 111 IW saai ill . . . .. .. w a-i- v aiw-siij
milijc t. "Ilmt Bearing on tbe WorklwonuI Il"ur' "T ' . uomU0B " "JIT ". secordUig tn atatlxttc an.
iwtMiif -.rr .-..v ... - i iiuuinii ipjt i lie iuvrai bureau or edu-
fails Oiri Who Rays She Waa Rhet
' by the lindaay Merehjuil Bring As-
Ue far Heavy Damage.
CARS AM REMODELED
TO CABBY WAB HORSES
Offdan tub Jan. T.Bemodeltlng
work en la raw stock ears has been
etsrtad at Us Southern Padflo shop
the Squlimietit basngj Sapaoially fitted
Both Hnuaea to Oat Sortl Meaaure
Clear and Start geaai an Other Leg -
Leadcra of both branehes of tha
ptenent WUlature will make an ef-
fort to get aa many of the appropria-
tion bllla aa wlhle out of the way
at the beginning of fk aeaaloa in or-
der to clear tha way for other lesla-
letlon. In pant Beealona the Important ap-
propriation bllla have come up at the
cloee ot the aeaelon cloKxlng the lap
wlatlva machinery anil canning much
embarraaament and reuniting In the
killing of much other lenlalatlon which
The committees on appropriation
in each bouse will Immediately get
busy after their apolntinent and will
plobably take np appropriations for
tha serious state tnitltntlon at the
very outaat llavaral bllla for iiihIii-
tMianoa of atate Institution were in-
troduced at tbe very beglnulng of the
prveeut aeealon. guts Examiner and
IiMpector Fred Parklumm will certify
u tne appropriation's committee of
both houaea tbe budget ot appn.prla
tlins needed by several department!.
OPERATORS ARE HERE
IniaVt Tic-W Warhers of
State Dtsrtass (Jendltions Prevlen
te rUWltineial ef Selteduto.
ervb e. While the atreet ttulde la print
ed In the city directories only a email
portion of the people have thaw and
It would be a great convenient to me
public to have thla feature of the tele
phone directory retained.
Dead men tell no tale-and dead
doga wag none.
ROOMS OF MACCABEFS
Elegant New Temple I Established
In Lee Building i Public Inatallatlen
ef Officers Tonight.
Oklahoma. Tent No. K. O. T. M.
alaccsbees will formally open lie new
taanple In the Lee building. Main
street sud Roblnaon avenue tonight
All mam Iters are urged to be preaent
and to bring eoms one whom they con-
alder would dealre to be I caudldst
foi membership In the order.
. The new temple is excellently fitted
for the purpose. A large loilye mom
reception and reading room kltcheu
ilieaalng room and locker are prepar-
ed and In readlneaa for the meet and
peclal arranKemeuta have ten made
to. furnish the member with a place
toTead on all week daya.
An added feature of the meeting
tonight will he the public Installation
f offlcera recently elected fitf tlie
ivmltiK year. A large attendance to-
tilcht l exiiected by preaent offlwra.
FUNERAL AT TEMPLE
An analysis of the flguree anows
that lu 11AMI there ware forty-two out
of eviry WOO children between the
axe of ten and fourteen who were
illiterate. This number had been re-
dunii to twenty two In 1H10 ami .to
fifteen In lllll. !
Fruiu a staudiaiiut of pnaportloual
edmatlou of illiteracy the bureau ssvn
"tiklahoina Icada all atate. In laVM
thla state bad 124 Illiterate children
of tba airea named: In lOltt It had
but seventeen." .
Marguerite Ellis the girl who si
that she wss ahot by D. V.
Mooroa the Lindaay merchant on
tna nnemoon oi necemiier au at wa .ftunuinti nwm
r-iifni. fiiwi ..( tn in. rt' f"00. t0 dlTn dltloiie rela
" ' 1 T1V. HI flMk AUffMllllMhM... .
- - ".--"-.MMmil OB . JIINl
Indepetident telephon operators
from orer the state mat here thl
trlct omirt sgaluat htm today fur T0-
Tbe suit wss itled by Olilillnga A
Obldinga attorneys for the Ellla girl.
It is alleged In the petition that tha
i girl 1b paralyse) below tha wslat and
ecneuuie lor long auitance wnict in
connection with other II nee.
An order recently made by tha cor
noratlon eommllon waa nracttmiiv
reversed by tbe aupreme court and tbe
unnviMiOTti orrair uenra to ar
te carry one thonaand horaee. bought I that ahe will be a hopeleee cripple as; rang. If poaaittle. aome Ungible ba-
for the rrench and Rngllah armle. to I long aa ahe Uvea. la on which Ihe.v may operate The
Mimme wa arrested on the charge hitter will probahlv make report o
of shooting tba girl and haa aluce beau tbalr Qual actiou to tbe cootmlailou.
ltWiop F. K. Rreaka Offlrlales at Ma
sniiir CrrewMMiles Over llady ef C.
('. I'utlliirrr Relative Here.
The funeral of C. C Pottltigcr well
knoun iiklalmuia City real estate man
who illcit suddenly lu Kl Paao Texaa
Tuesday morning waa held at the Ma-
noiiIc temple under tlie direction of
Slli mm lidge No. 270. assisted by
llixhop V. k. Ilrooka. thla afternoon at
;t o'cliH'k Tlie Mnwailc ritual waa
JuUiiU'ottliitfer. fatutir uf tbe v
HAS IJIli COLLECTION?
License Inspector's Report far lAt
Year Hhews That City Baa Deae
Much better Than in the Past. '
The annual at a lenient of g. T.
Fraukllu city Ucense Inspector fur
the year eudlng Dewimber 11 1914
now that tbe city baa taken lu
tbromth the detriment of accounting .
and finance under Cntntulailoner B. (X
Truehlood lia.74o.fMt. Automobile
motorcycle and drivera' llceimea are
not liicluded lu that amount
Since tbe amount collected by the
license Instiector fur the year IBIS
was 18.1Mi..'l there Is ahown as In. '
creaaa In tlie collti'tlons uf 181 1
whb-h wonhl hare lieen larger had it
not been for leidalallon wblrb during
the latter half of 1014 prevented
cc-rtalu mouey-nsaklng device from be-
ing operated In Oklahoma City there-
by preventing the city from ohtaltimi;
11170 which was collected la HH
During the year Wis aotaanolille
Itcenaea motorcycle tliwnaea and driv-
ers' peimlta brought In a. total ama
of tm which niakea a total of f-'l.-44ar.
tw wllected by the dty In H-ceiinca.
Tits averuge man thinks he an
sofuetHlng coining to him. and If In
la a married man he Is ur to gH h--and
A woman ravea over d aaartr- ' '
that she wouldn't Pre wltb l.S
nUuuUw U thaw were ssarrtavi
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