The Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 26, No. 267, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 20, 1915 Page: 5 of 8
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IATURDAYriBRUlXY 20 1910.
THE OKLAHOMA CITY TIMM.
$2.00 for Six
know ii all
Hill last a
lifetime We are show
lug tlif new pullera
I 'U.NTINKN I'Al. In les
Iiuuua Ml uf all
anil the .-oinplete assort-
ment u f individual piec-
es mi uinderat rli-t.
Knives nuil Forks. $1.50 up.
Dessert Skhiiih. IH.QO-i.ol of (V
Table Spisin JI.UO - set of II.
Alwi Ciomwcll dlil ('ninny ".ml
other Hiiulnr wltern. First Flisir
OHikswi On. OaU.
Horrid Dunn Btnlley.
Tlii' first uf llif ninny pretty courtc-
'ale to ln hi ranged for MIhh Ji'Hiine
Turner whose wedding to Mr. William
. Sinythe of Mm low will Is? Ihi' iiN'ii
t liiK event uf ln Custer season u III lie
mi aftorniaiu it r it !-( Ion. given Friday
liy Mrs. Wallace ('. ji'. Saturday
.Mr. Carl Mai hall will entertain Hi
auction fur MUs 'In i ii.t other
I event are i l n 1 1 1 1 -. Imt Hip dslcs are
not yi't set
I Mrs. d'uslaviis he I.hiiii of El Ki'im
Joined Mrs. John ii I ii i ih Friday ul
I I hi" llOIIIC llf ttlC iHtll'l'l Mother Ml.
I Marlon S. Cooler for u fi- iIu.vm.
Ml fUll WlltHOII N M M 1 1 11 U
I Week I'llll III IMlllllllll till' gUCst of
Mix. Neva AiIuiiis.
LUSITAMA IS AFRAID
Mrs. John Jacob Merrill had n her
t gllest III till' 4lrtlllll'l' Ul till' llVClilul
wr today Mix. William Itahlutii of
MhiIIII. Mis It. M. t Hiiiplx ll mill Miss
Chyla Sinuate of lirecnfleld Mo.
I ir. mill Mis. F. II. ('lurk u ml ilaiikii
Iitb tin' Misses ('lurk nuil Ml Nil
Hi' Shutlce of I'.l Iti'iio made up a
party Hint came f rum I'l Iti'iio Krldaj
lo lira r Helen Ki'llar.
general Horned at the home of Mr.
A M. IeBolt.
Mm. it A. Cllft enlcrtaluwl the
Amity club Friday additional guest
I't-lug Mine. A. Prim ami A. M. Street.
The afternoon waa epcnt with fancy-
work aud tht) club will m't In two
wii'k on Thursday with Mm. T. M.
K. llarlbman l II. Putney. J. IV
Joiioh U V. l-angston. A I In n Mmfli'lil Mm. John Lykea entertained the
C. K. White Sidney Tinker Kdw aid ' Auction of Today Friday Inning a
Currle Charles tinnier Vol und Mis i''ddltloiial gneat Misses Uivc and
Myrtle Hrewar. il'orothy Craycroft. Top wh was
made by Mr. II. K. (llll. .Ir Tli chili
Mr. ami Mrs. I.ikln It. Si-I i ami! will mt nxt wwk Willi Mm nmrr
hoii lli'iiiirliiiuip nr Ilic kiii'mIi of I ra nian.
their parent. .Mr. Hlul Mrs. B l j
lli'Uiicliaiuii. I 'r- and Mm. F. A- Mrr nn for
mirly of thin rlly but Int.-I v of Man
Mr. Kteplieu K. Vi'Hary riilrrtalni-il 1 itum urrlviil tlay for a vllt with
with a inoat ili-llKhffiil lirlilm- luin li-1 Mr. ami Mm. J. R Hay mul otlicr
on Frlilay. Tlu I urge lulle In tlio ! !! friend In th city.
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 if room a ailomeil W illi a lia-'
kft of yellow jiuigullH. whlln smaller Mr ami Mr. Auatln Miller enter
tallies In the llvliiK riMim liml Hlrb jlnlmsl the Kvi'iiliig Auction dull Krl
nioii I rows the 1Ihiuim Ih-Iiik Ktv-ii I'lny. Hiilmtltuto liand Ix-lm; playwl by
as favors to ea. Ii tfileat follow Iiik tlifMr. mid Mm. Allwrt I' hulxht Mr.
The tioslfm was assisted i ""'i 'irs. dns kiihiw win iiiIitIhIii the
Waited In Mersey Five Hour Then
FlMl Full Hpe4 In Darkne; Did
Not I e I nlted State Flac
MOW YOKK Feb. 'JO. --The Hrltlsh
liner Iaisltanla reached New York to
day from IlvcrHsl bavlutt made the
trip her offlivm said without flndliiK
It necessary to hoist the I iiIIihI Hlalif
flag. Cn the outward voyage the liner
sailed under the stars anil hi!h's
while lu Mm Irish sea.
Fear of German aiiliniarlues kept
the big veHel at anchor In the Mersey
for-nearly flv hour after she left
her disk until an hour or more after
nlKlilfall according lo passenger.
The ahlp'a officer aald they were
wiiltlug fur favoruhle tide. The wait
lasted from VStSM o'rloek In the after
iiixm llll 7:47 oVIork In the veiling.
Then the l.tisltaulu proceeded at full
ss-e1 dowu thu channel lo the dark
Hough weather prevailed during the
entire voyage across the Atlantic and
Ihe vetwei averagisl only a little over
Once clear of the Mersey the Lul
taula did not atop until ihe reacheil
New York but carried her Uverool
pilot Jauiea Duraut acrotm the Atlail-
tic and landed him here. He probably
will return on the aame ahlp. Accord
ing to Captain l'ow rough weather
prevented the pilot from leaving the
Among the paetiger wan II. Mv
lngaton l'yne private ae retary to Am
baaaador tierard at Berlin. Mr l'yne
confirmed In detail the cable report
concerning the Incident In a Herlln
theater when the aiubaaeador Uraut
Hmllh. secretary of the American le
gatlon at Vienna. Mr. l'yne aud anoth
er American were crltlclaed liecauae
tbey were ounveralng In English.
"W were alttlng In a box" Mr
Pyne aald "talking in a low tone. An
occunant of an adjoining bov In a
loud voice aald that Inasmuch a (ler
many waa at wnr with Kiinland. the
Kngllah language wu out of place In
a (lennan theater. He waa expressing
hi objections loudly when a German
sitting nearby roe to his feet und
aiopiwil hlui aaylng 'Sit down ; don't
you aee those gentlemen are A inert
"At Ihe aame time several men from
other parta of the audience approached
and the disturber wa escorted from
the Ihentcr. lniuicillata aNiloglea
were offered by tha theater attend
until and German resident lo Ihe an
dtt'iice and afterwards an official
iiHilogy came from the llerllu city
A "kill iilsiut reisirled shortage uf
fissl siiilli-s In Germany Mr. l'yne
. "So f ii r ns I could aee when I left
Merlin there wa no serious shortage
I'rli-ea for foiHlstuffH hud not material
ly advanced although there waa little
while bread lo he had. Theater were
running restaurants were well pat-
ronised and the German were cotifl
dent their armies would be auccesa-fill."
by Mines. II. V.. Flnerty mul May ('.
Kluerty. Top score was made by Mr.
Fred Heed who was presented with
a ilixi' of hand einlnoldered linen
-Ilk lingerie lielnir glieu Mines. .1. V
I liaison and ('. A. White. The cuesl
were Mines W W V hlleiniiii II. A.
Flnlay. It. Y.. Klnerly Allen Hlreet .1.
. islsoii lleinv lliinsou lu Hlely
V. J. I'ettee. A. I. Viuing W. II. Wat
lliik'loii ('. I. l'eiitiiHon. Warner
nine. Fred Voiiim. .1. II. Mill liar
.old Gibson. J. M. Idilheifoid. F. It.
The lulled I laughter of Ihe 'un Meek It. M. Howard. John McClel
federal) will m.s't M lay afternoon H( narence llenlev C. Clark. J. H.
at 1!:.'I0 with Mr. William V. Kd I .;verel John Noble; I. Flleg Hov
wards. A literary program will Iw Stafford. It. M IHllev. Fred Kee.i.
given and the wives of the member riir Mavhall. C. A. White. A. .1. Kirk
of Ihe legislators a well as any visit- lntrtfk. Charles York. Malcolm
J. M Campbell. I.. M West.
fall C. W. Ilngr:. J H. Forsenian.
Frank Huones. Minor HherwiKsl. .1. X.
intr iMiiiKlin-rs are invitiii to ne pre-' jienrv
Mrs. J. II. Kelley eiitertalned Ihe
Trey o' Hearts Irldav afteriusin
Miss KllaalM'lh Shaver and Mr. W.
W. Morris Ih'Iiik additional guests.
Mrs. I". G. Mooie was voted to inem-
Is'rshlp. 'lop score was made by Mrs.
II. II. Miller who will be hostess lo
the club March .1.
Miss Ij'iia Hoffman of Allentown
Fa. arrived Monday for a visit with
her brother Mr. Henrv Hoffman. Mis
liver George Gmgan Fred Flnerty
Will Vance. I. M. Farnam and Mle
Nell liver line Malone. Carrie Morris
Sue 1'yer and Mlram Flnerty.
Mm. William A. Ijiwrence enter
tallied with a handsomely aptMiluletl
luncheon Friday In compliment to her
mother Mrs. Margaret Jlolt of Mollne
III. W'aNhlutgoii dei'oratlon were
useil throiiithuiil the iipartuients and
Hoffmau has U-on a favorite guest nn ' fl"M Hml draie were used
former isvaslons. and her return will I '" wl carnatlotia for
he welcomed by main friends. i ilwt'raMve eff.s't. A buffet luncheon
aerviNi nie iii' iM'ing in naicnei
Mis Majnrle Tn lor of Inillanaisill haie. The remaliider of the afler-
Iml will arrive Sunday afternoon lo noon waa 'U w ith needlework and
visit her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mr a conteat of cutting cherries from tl.
T. W. Williamson. Miss Taylor will i old cherry In'. Mr. Frank North-
tie pleasantly remembered on the oo-; up won the Donor In this and Mm.
caslon of her short stay here last I " . K. Nation took the low favor. The
winter when ahe played the part of hoale waa assisted by Mine (inirge
Jo In the cast of "Little Women." I Hteekeland Jinne Hell aud Ibe guei
I numbered twenty five.
On account of a misunderstanding ;
aa lo the Charity Colonial Tea lo liei The Women Council will have IU
given Monday afternoon at the home regular meeting Thuraday at 2:30
of Mm. William J. I'ettee- by the o'clock In the library with Mra. C.
Daughter of the American Hevolu . Everent aa lender. Mm. Kvereat
Hon the member desire to atate that will talk on "The Prevention of Modal
there have been no formal luvltatlomC W'aate" Mra. George Gardner will
laaueiL All friends of the chapter ' Uscnss "The Child labor Problem "
or other Inlereated In the charitable und Mm. C. N. Gould 'The Kmploy-
luh next Friday evening
Mm. Clare llurbridge was bottles
Friday to the Nouiarell Auction club
Additional player were Mines Charles
F Gustason John Hale and Weyms
Smith. Mm. K Byrd HiikIicm and
Mr. A. Hnrbrldge were Kiiest at
luncheon. Top acorea were made by
Mnie. Gustason lee l'luxce and llni
bildge. The club will meet next Frl
day with Mm. Jack Ausheiry.
Mm J. M. Campbell entertained the
member of the Twentieth Century
club Friday at 1 o'clock luncheon at
the I.ee Hucklna lu compliment to her
uuest Mr. Kdwln L. Iniun of Musko-
gee. One long T-shaped table' w as ar-
ruug'sl In the ball room for the club
members who were Joined by the
hostess' sister Mra. R. MXtCavctt of
Chlckasba. Mr. Walter Futon of Mus
kogee and Mine. F. K. Kiddle A. T.
Hoy Orthell J one and K. K. Town
send. Ferns and red and white carna-
tion were artistically arranged on
the table which also had many patrl
otic auggeatlou. with tiny silken flag
as favor and Washington hatchets
fur the place-card. The menu was
both elaborate and delicious and at
the clone each of the member gave a
tnat to Mm. I Minn w ho despite her
long absence haa atlll relulnisl her
niemherxhlp In the club. Mm. I Minn
reaiHjnded lu a few well-chosen
word. At Ihe clone of rOv" lesson. Mm.
iMinn presented lu pla'-e of her leruHin
a delightful musical program. Mrs.
Walter Kb ton of Muskogee sang sev-
eral selections lu which her lovely
voice waa beard to great advantage
She was gecompa tiled by Mrs. J. A
Heck. Mr. 'Joe Wynne gave three pi
ano number which were much enjoy-
el by the club. Mra. Campbell present-
ed Mm. Futon. Mr. U"'k and Mr.
iMiun with cluster of carnationa and
another feature of the occasion was
the presentation' to Mm. IMiun by
Mr. Anton II. Claawn. In behalf of
the hosten. of a copy of Kmeraon'
"Kssay on Friendship." The club w ill
meet next week In the library.
AFTER SUPPER SPECIALS
For Silk Boot Hosiery in
black and white. New ahip-
incut juat received.
lilhl 11 few inure of tliat mi
meiise sample line of silk liiisi-
cry tlml Hold formerly nt 1 ("J
Tonight in the Lower
Cut glas conipott'H in a rose
juitterii IIihI h'I I regularly at
sfl.riO tonight $2.98.
Cut (llasa Vase worth $1 '-
arc specially priced toui'lit
Dozen 01tw Tumblers tlmt
Del 1 regularly at $1.2") to-
59c Middies 39c
(bill lots: for irls from Ii to 10 years of iw White with
lillle nr red t n mlilllir.
$1.50 Silk Waists 89c
ll'ioi (jradi' .lapHtiese silk in stripe or all white. Some have
nciit einliroiilcfcil dcNiu'iis all ncr. Imliii linen collars und cuffa.
- Foiirtli Flie.r
50c Brassieres 39c
Odd lot s in nil sics. Trimmed with embroidery and lace
open front or buck.
- Knurl Ii Kloof
$1.00 Silk Gloves 50c
Hi buttons in Iilu1 k a ml white. (Fust Floor.)
75c ami r'ic I 'inlircllas for children at 69c.
I n i broil. 'is for nit-ii Hml women from $1.00 up.
50c Dustless Clothesline 39c
Known hh the Mine Mini ami winds on a
small reel when not iu use.
Hosiery Item from Basement
Women ' hose in
lnrlv at 1 "' tonight.
ack only that sell regu-
ptii is for 15a.
In the liiiseini'irt
incut of Children lu pkluuuin City."
etrr rooiu of
Mr. and Mrs. Illley Uavls eutertaln-
work of the city are cordially In
vlted to attend a eclal Invitation
twlng extended to the wlvea of the
atate official and member of the
legislature. An excellent program haa
been prepared which will Include vo-
cal number and duet by Mmcs.
Clinrles II Ames. V. H Ileld II A.
(lotthold and llalph Hrowu. Mr. Joe H' r- nra 'lu 'y yva-
Wynne will give piano and Mine. '"a"' lH"ual gueta being Mlssea
Hlanche Sehwara violin numhera. Mr.iIVlrl J"w' 0"1 Al"""- ull(l Mr
Frederick H. Owen will he the ae-l"'"1 Mri'- 8- "artnrtt Messr. Charle
coraiaiuUt. jllartuett and Joe Wynne. The dwora-
. . . " ' 1 1 Ion were lu the colonial style and
Mr. J. M. (iayte entertained the the top wore of the eveuiug were
One O'clock llridal Luncheon club made by Mr. J. Ilartuett and Mr.
Friday additional guest being Muie. j W) line. Ml Nellie Knight will en-
C. It. I'heliM (irln Ashton C. K'teitaln the club next Friday evening.
Daughcrty. II. K. Voiing and John It.! '. . .
Voiina. (Jeome W n-hlneton favor I Mr- rl ollMrh u mitertalnlng for
-- i i. i ti ! ..!-
uie wei'n-enu Jir. nrury orroru
Mr. K. C Itlxse entertained the T.
11 1' . I..I. TI...U. It I.. I...
The Jewish Ijidlea' Aid him lety will '" V." "u '. ' 1 ...'.
have a called meeting Monday j Addltlonail Kunrai' were Mme. (1. T.
v iHrv fiuitit it thai 1 umiilM u f . M i I "
UKI SNRIX MAYOK A FKIKONER
IN (iKRMAN FURTRKSS
PAHIH Feb. 'Jtl Mayor Maag of
UruwM'l now a primmer In (leruiany
aaya iu a letter to an old friend the
singer Marguerita Sylvia that he haa
been confined In the timer furtreaa at
(laleta since Saturday.
"1 cannot ascertain the cause of
my arrctt" and my letter la likely to
I atopped. I was warned today that
Ihe toue of my rorreiondenc waa
too free and had given offense with
the statement that henceforth nothing
would be passed."
CATTLR Ql AR-WTlNK :T0
BE LIFTED At HERB'S ISLAND
PITTBBrRO Feb. Announcs
ment haa been nad at Ham Island
atwk yard that tha foot and
mouth dlaeaae iiuarantln would bt
lifted next Monday. Cattle than may
.b received from territory not under
iiarantln. ' .
11:50 A. M. to J SO and 6 30
to 8:30 P. M.
Wk Day Lunchton S5e.
Diolryr Boom In Chaxp of
. I. H. Dolph f ormtrly of
tbo HT07 Okfo.
W Want Onwal
were given al the luiuhiHin and at the
giime following Mrs. Iigun Bennett
made the top score. The club will
meet next Friday with Mrs. Harry M.
The I'blliimathen t lull met Friday
lu (he library Mrs. Kdlth Harrowa
Kussell presiding. An Invitation was
received to Ihe Colonial Charity tea
Monday with Mrs. W. J. I'ettee. Mr.
C. A. Oalbralth and Mrs. Hoalon WU
sou were the leaders of the day 011
"The HiH'tal Transformation and Edu
cational levelpomeiit of China." Mrs.
(ialbralth (old many Interesting facia
of the iineer simIsI custom the
abolishment of the opium trade the
f'Hit binding and tsdygamy. Mrs Wil-
son assisted by Mines (icorge Fred-
erh'ksoii and It. I'. C. "penter told of
the high reverence for education and
the doing away with the antique ays
Mrs. Clinrles Hheeta and Mrs. llert
Dixon of Auadarko. They together
with her sister Mrs. William Kierry
were her guest at luncheon today.
Tha I-a Henorltaa club gave a
Martha Washington party Friday
evening at the home of Miss Noreeu
Stark. The house wa decorated lu
colonial effect and the girl wore the
I'OHtumcs of tha early colonial day
with clualera of violets the dub flow-
er Tha availing waa spent at nsk
favor being presented to Miss Mil-
dred Jennings and Mr. J. B. Itohert
son. Itefranhmeuta werx served at the
clime of the evening the lees being
froaen In Washington mould" Thino
enjoying tha occasion were Misses 'Mil-
dred Jennings of Shawnee Susie May
Uirlng I.uelan Laaley. Alma hlglngs.
Cladya Crosllu Kllaals'th Jenkins Ha
leiu bv the Empress IKiwager lnl" """"". .ii
HHift slnis. which' manr nuslern schimls M"ry ''rt''. ul Wessra John Mc
have lieen established tha latest td-1 "H"' 'hfney. J. B. Kols-rtsiiu.
dltlon heln the schisil of agriculture at
Nanking. The Huh will meet next Fri-
day In the library.
The Ready To Help club met Friday
with Mrs. Henry learning. "(Tiarac-
terlatlca of Lata Fngllsb Drama" waa
the subject of Mra. Frank Nelson
Miss Edith Norrla telling of tha "I-ate
American Dramas." Mrs. R. Iluyt Ki-
lns gave a conirlaon of the two
schools Mrs. W. 6. Richardson gave
a talk on bar southern trip and little
Miss Ruth Hlaley gave several clever
reaillnga. Uuesl were Mmea. H. II.
Tucker A. I. Funk and A. U Dech
mait The next meeting In two
weeka will he with Mra. Robert Holta-
achua. Mra. Arrhar Glhann entertained In-
formally a few frlenda Thuraday
evening with mnale and dancing. Mr.
laadore Branaky gave two beautiful
compositions for Ihe Tlolln by Mr.
Alfred Price Ojilnn who airomnanled
him and Mm tlllwnn added to tha
pleasure of the guests with several
songs In her beautiful olc) Goesta
from out of tha city who were present
were Mlsa Ina Hoffman of Allen-
town Pa. Miss I.nrtle Dora of Kd-
mond Mra R. Holmes of Kansas City
Mlsa Joaephlne Hnapp of Danville
HL and Mr. rrancla W. Vreeland of
Mr.. and Mra. feH Rocht will lea
thla availing for ten daya' atay In
Mlaa lo Banndera of Fort Madison
Ia Is the guest of her eoustn. Mrs.
Harry Waldron for few weeks.
Mra. T. B Maxfleld entertained Fri-
day with bridge luncheon for her
guest Mra Gny Martin of Ilstesvllla
Ark. Tha giHsrts were seated at one
fable which had rtnleta and fema for
the central decoration the appoint-
menta all being In rtolet and green.
Pretty farora given for the high score
to Mm. Lawrence Vohi and to Mra.
Martin aa honor guest a were crepe
handkerchiefs In rlnlet and green. The
gwste were Mmea V. D. Brewer Fred
Thomas Watklns Frank Ilowen U H
Adama J. S. Darker S. F. Holderby
J. F. Hay aud II. Y. Shipley.
Tha Mans Houii club met Friday
evening with Miss Hettye Wand and
tha members continued the study of
King I -ear. Tin' meeting next week
will be on Saturday evening with Mlsa
Ttie Domestic Science department
of Morosl met Friday In Horosls hall
Mra. Fred Thoniit was the leader on
"Vegetable ami Oralna." Mr. Urlu
Ashton gave a talk on "Grain and
Cereals." Mr. Thomas read a pa-
per by Miss Wlnnlfred Harper Cooley
on 'Tabloids and Powdered Foods."
Mra. A. II. Westcott gave a demon-
stration of "Npanlsh Hot." Two guests
were present. Mrs. Otis fleers of Dal-
laa and Mrs. J. 0. Oornlsh and the
club . welcomed four new member
Mmea. Gny itatrander alarlon C. liar
per Willis Holme aud Mlsa Helen
liedhettar. The next meeting will he
March ft social day when the club
will entertain all the members of the
Smith K. H. IjiIii B. (i. 1'altsrson. II
C. Miller and Mattie Mansfield of
Chlckasba. The afteriumn was apeut
with rook top score being made by
Mrs. Will Holllngsworth. The deco-
rations were In anticipation of Wash-
ington's birthday and Ihe hostess w as
assisted by Mnie. Smith 1'atlersou
and (1. O. Feulmore lu serving a
luncheon. The club will meet In two
weeks with Mrs. G. V. Smith.
Mra. Alvln Richards of Stlgler. Ok.
arrived today for a visit with her pa
rents Mr. ahd Mrs. George (ilddlngs.
The menilver of the Chrysanthe-
mum club were entertained Friday by
Mrs. T. Yl Cheatham who had also as
guests Mmea. II. W Munsun 0. C.
Chllds. C. D. Fuller and C. W. Wil-
kin. Top scores were made by Mmcs.
Thoaias Chrlsteusou and Harry Ixng.
The clnh will meet next Friday with
Judge and Mrs. A 0. C. Ulerer of
liuthiie are spending the week-end
with Mr. and Mr lleuel Haskell Jr.
Mrs. A. Q. Hersclil entertained the
Ijihoiua Five Hundred club Thursday
at her home on Capitol Hill. Suht
tute bands were played by Mine. 1).
C. Hendricks and W. G. Horn. Top
score was made by Mrs. Edith Mars
den who will entertain the club next
Miss Mary Olivia Caylor will have
as her guests this evening lu Mrs.
Henry Overholser's box Dr. and Mrs.
J. M. Alford. Dr. aud Mra. W. J. Wal-
lace. Miss Marie Johnson aud Dr. Kd
Interesting Sidelights On
the Great War.
arms the result easily might he that
the Culled States would find Itself nt
a great disadvantage If thrust Into
war unless there was private iiianu
WILL HURT ENGLAND
houap of th.it
My 'he terms
used lo house
.Museum Hoclt'H of Newl.ll!
recognition of "
orders of the ihi
form of a "croix 1
crossi consisting .f
bettriliK ths wonts
dale "l14-l'Ji:. "
tlonul citation a h.ir
HASKl Keli 20 The lt.'t C.fr-
niun military liiatruction for the!
evacuation of all neutrals from Al-
sace affecls 5.000 Swiss aublect. A
neutml nine ha been created on the
Oermun side near Hie Swiss frontier
the inhabitant of nhlcli are still al-
lowed to communicate with Swltier-
Isnd. miller certain rest! lot Inns but
all vllliise beyond this district sre
Isolsied by barbedire feme und the
aentrlea buve order to shoot at any
person attempt ng to cru-a the bor-
der line The market gardeners of
Neiidorf who supply Hasel with a
larre portion of Its vegetables ar
thus cut off.
BKP.I.IN. Feb. 20 A Oermsn of-
ficer's letter tells how his men
"lumped for Jov' at the opening of
a bath house ringed up In ihe base-
ment of a building partly destroyed
by the artillerv. Two bath tuba
found under ths ruin of another
house were installed and In addition
a large w'mmlng basin wa built
with connection to a windmill pump
about two nillen distant.
"Hut there I one drawback to our
fine establishment." he aaya. "the
siiri.s 01 uie riirii.j ...... r.... .....
una expioue arnuna 11. niu we nate
II I s I
1 inerch nil's
'file I. milling
:!ft l to he
' library und
n A permanent
I o-i s 1 Iteil in ths
is proposed In the
ib- (luerre" (war
a broni cross 1 Iowa
' nation" and (he
l or ech addl-ix-arlng
Rerlln Papers Declare lllocbade la
fight for F.xlstenre With Ne Con-
sideration for Third Parties.
AMSTERDAM Feb. 1M A dispatch
from Berlin quote the Vosslrbe Zel-
tung 011 the latest (iermnn communica-
tion to the lulled State aa fol-
' iii 1
Pbsnm Walnut MM.
Cemer Mara aMI Roblnaen.
GEORGI BECK Prasy.
Everything In Reason.
Haa Foods a Specially.
Try Our Noonday Lunch.
Weak Daya Me.
grown ao bold that ws do not let this
check our Impulse to get clesn; we
must have our pleasure in theae tuba
even though the French shells crash
and explode around u The estab-
lishment wss opened several week
ago and sine then It hss been used
to It utmost capacity. F.very man
In my company la happy on his bath
day although he knows that death
and destruction threatens hltn while
"The new German measures at sea
are directed aunlnst two of the allies
"cit.ition" will lie olii. l on the unl-ir 'real llrltulu. One Is the Aaierl-
form the cross .ll bang from the"" truffle In anna and the other la
green ribbon of in- me.ial of 1 870 1 starvation. We need no American
but wilh the bi.o k ii.u s symbol of j linnH- ahall make the atruggle with
mourning for AK.n e-.orraiiie up. starvation In the firm consclousnesM
pressed (n etulum dres. to dlsiin- "'at we will pull through eveu If not
gulsii the cross (loin other mdals It ""' single gralu of wheat reaches us.
will be worn wt'hout ribbon In t tie j tircat lltilaln as a reault of our block-
inittoti hole. 1 aiU: must exsrlence severe damage."
The Ixiksl Anzelger says:
livnos'. I'. i --Theologies! "February IH was the beginning of
scholars have b. en searching in wim1" defensive fight of a people threat-
through the wmks of John Knox toj'Ml wllu starvation a people which
find the kaiser s .monition attributed i onist fight for Its existence and which
to him that "A man who walks witht'" 'his fight for its life must and will
(iod I always In the majority.'' TbelUMl1 aside all considerations for third
F.dlnhurgh Scotsman has called upon 1 l"ir"''"' Consideration of Others tow-I'-sdlng
I'resbviir iiii pastors wliiii""' IIM already has been eliminated.
unable to find tliei 1 '" "K"' '' enterwl ou rehruary IS
I Hinds. I "ill !' fought by all recklessness or
l"ld not the kaiser quote from"1"' n" and we lieniiaus have re-
Stephmi A lunulas or Wendell I'hil ! solved to fight without regard for thu
'is. Silks the S otsmutl. Dnulu ' consequences."
mi. "Cod at 11. are a. majority " f.4v.n. TGVTtVi7kttij-o
I'hllllps' eipresslnn took Ibis form I ' AO AM MTM) STATES
'cine on Hod's side is majority " j WXT FKIFNDSHIP ( ONTIM Kll
Some scholar aitritiuteM the lines
to AM nlll HlmnUli i.r.kii.rt Al u...-
rate it 1. .wi.tiM.i ik.. 1...... o- ! aril
tt in n 10 t il " w 1
nut that being
t a sixteenth cen
I'AIIIH Feb. 10 The Third Court
Martial of Parla sentenced a Kelglan
named Stvnen to two yeara Imprison' t
ment for making tha folluwlng
"llermany aska nothing belter
than to make peace If ahe Is al-
lowed to annex Belgium and Calais
I dont care a fig whether I become
a Prussian nr not. Tha Germane maa-
i acred In Belgium because they war
The Judsment haa been re.'eveei
NICK lb The American
Red Cross lw-iiul here occupies s
! villa about a hundred vards from
Ihe ea. with :!4 beds nil endowed
for the dutntlon of the nr. It Is
III the charge of a French mllltsry
surgeon tun ths operators' room Is
In the care of nn American dortor
snd the nurses are all American
wmen American Women hsve also
II. C. Feb. :t-Slr Rich-
In I ' 1"-""' "' i'iiiihii 1 "-
I 1 11. ....... 1 .. 11
j ll.lliirm iriilini 10 H I I III IIIPIII -S-
j lerday to the ci'iilennary of aS' be-
I tweeu (Ireat lltilaln and the l ulled
"The isip of Canada and the.
Culled Stales lu their dally Inter-
course." said the Premier "are prov-
ing well able to observe all the es
sentlal courtesies and good will there-
fore there can be no question of the
bssls desire for the contlnuatluu of
this gissl fellowship."
THE NEW TELEPHONE
have been delivered. If you have not
received a copy call PBX SW0.
DEFENDER OF FRANK JAMES
DELIVERS FTNERAL ADDREHS
EXCELSIOR SI'RINGS. Mo.. Feb.
20. Funeral serYli-es lr Frank James
tha former outlaw who died Thursday
were held today on hla farm near
here. John F. I'hlllpa g former fed-
eral Judge who defended James when
he waa acquitted of mnrder at Galla-
tin Mo. delivered the funeral ad-
Pall bearers were old time friends
of tha dead bandit. After the services
today the body was taken to St. Louis
to be cremated. The ashes will be
placed In a safety deposit ranlt.
pa rliament committer
to Investigate booth.
OTTAJTA. .Ont.. Feb. 20.-A spe-
olal eo mm lit of parliament ap-
pointed t6 Investigate obargsa that
Inferior boota ware aupplled to cer-
tain Units of the Canadian overseas
contingent organised today and will
begin hearing evidence neat Tuesday.
The boota ware manufactured by Ca-
TULSA B0V8 HI8PECTED
" OF ROBBERV ARB CAPTIRH)
VALLET CENTER Kan.. Feb. 20.
Cltltojie armed with ahotguna have
eapturad Joe Clayton aged 21 yeara
and Harry Jones aged 32 both of Tbl
aa. Ok la. The youtha are auapected It
la aald. of robbing a laandrr within a
block of tha main buatneea corner of
Wichita Kan. last night when the
owner waa locked In hla private office
ana rohocd or 1 175. About $90 waa
irouud ou Mcn 0f tne youtha.
tlo case will b tried over.
organtied a work room where they
apend (he greater part of each day
knitting wurm clothing and patching
for convalescent aol-
OXFORD. Feb. 18 The winter
term t Oxford university kn iwn as
"lnt" or llllry" wu nsve.' mere
lentin 1 r less hllsrlnns.
Her were 1.190 undergraduates
lef; fir the autumn term but now
there are only 100. No new stuents
arrive fur Ihe nppsr clan hoya In
the public schools sre helng taken di-
rectly Into the srmv ss officers sa
fast ss they ar ready. Of ths va-
rloua collet. which go to make up
tha comaoalta whnl which la known
aa tha unlversltv" Corpus Chrtstl
College la the nearest empty having
only It studsnta left. Bt Fdmund
Hall haa 15. and Trinity College il
A conalderable proportion of the
atudenta atlll In attendance are (be
Rhodea acholara and other men from
foreign Countries particular! ths
Americana They prsetlca.ly monnp-
oils wbatsvar Is left of c itleg sports
and they also take tha majority f
ths scholastic honors.
PF.ni.IN Feb. 10.-The hundred
Ardenne horse taken bv the Her-
man I'imy In' tha agrl'i'urat d's-
trt' s cf Franca are tn ha put no for
sale by auction tn Berlin with hs
Idea of making thsm tb basis for
a new breed of horses for agrlrultui
ral purposes In Germany. Tha fnv-
ernment circular declarea that they
are the moat easily maintained and
least aubject to eevere changes of ell-
mate of any breed known.
The auction list also mentions a
numher Of Belgian horses and a few
English fsrm horses which ware cap-
tured In Franca.
COPENHAGEN. Feb. .!. glb-
bsrnssn a native of Denmark who ta
how a wealthy resident of Omaha
Neb. has made the National Museum
the gift of an ancient building at
Newburg. known sa the "Iird High
Constable Peder Hessel's Houm" The
I house la a brick etrnrttire with nog.
glng dating from about 1100. a fine
mere about to return to the front j
ARMAMENT rKoT')SAT.N()T I
FAVORED BY GARRISON I
WASHINGTON Feb. Ill-Secretary
Garrison haa told a delegation of
Ihe Women's Peace Party headed by
Mra Robert M. IjiFollette. wife of
the Wisconsin senator that be was op
poaed to their plan for natlonallnntlon
of tha manufacture of armament. He
said that es different nations had un-
equal facilities for manufacture of
SCOl KING VIRGINIA HII.18
FOR EXPRESS CAR RAIDERS
WASHINGTON. Feb. 20. Police
und deputy sheriffs are scouring the
Virginia hills for two masked
roblM-rs alio last night raided the ex-
press car of the Seaboard Air Line's
Florida Flyer as the train atopped at
Alexandria. Va.. almost within sight
of the Washington mnnumeut and
hound and gagged the messenger.
They rolled the safe which was
empty out the car door aa the train
wa slowing for a bridge and then
Jumis'd after It. The holdup waa not
discovered until the rain reached Rich-
mond three hours later.
! n 1 11 ...1 ..l . II JI.JL....JI
of aU kinds. 7C A good apad- QAm
A apade for I wb big fork for..wwlt
Poultry and Garden SuppUea
We have big line of Cycle. Success and Fav-
orite Incubators Poultry Feeders and
Phone orders promptly delivered. VTaL 1411.
Storm & Erickson Hardware Co.
-Ill NORTH BROAD WAY
Fiery Wednesday evening at 6 o'clock THE MISICAL ART INSTt
TITF. will hold a weekly subscription assembly for the pnpila friends
ami patrons of Ihe department of dancing.
MRS. DONNELLY REID
Strangers desiring to subscribe must furnish reference.
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