The Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 26, No. 277, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 4, 1915 Page: 3 of 8
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THURSDAY MARCH 4 1910.
fHE OKLAHOMA CITY TIKES.
llradnhaw for louuulkslonrr of I'ub-
J Property. - l'ol. Adv.
The following marriage 1 1 reuses
)ve lieeu Issued III the office nf the
county clerk: It. W. Slunk r and
l lam-be I iciii Ninlth Jl. in Hi uf
J I llituu . Tony I'lthleka '.'."i a i il Katie
fccbwariflaher Jl both of .Mini-.. ; 1'
V. Sohwartx L'4 mill 1'iiullne Hello
kill lieu Mti IIkI I 'JO. I.otli of Mils city ;
jMithaii Aldn-dgt-. I!.' anil Ltn Marie
Jb-rka 'Jl Ih l ti uf Uils
Kourteeii rases apix-aled from the
iollct court were iIImiiUmmI hefmc
Judge .wick ycsivn afternoon. (If
(Ills number I i-n i.f thi' i Icliillllils
were 'lilniinii'ii mill nil win' cliai's-cii
K. A. Waller ha Ihnu arraigned
la-fore Justice T K 1 ! I mi a
(linn.''1 of selling iiinl bartering Intui
It'lltlllg lltUors mi ii in 1 1 l it 1 1 1 1 swolil
tn by l.'leliH OliWitfll. It is alleged III
Ihi' liifnriiiiilliiii llml Waller disposed
of I III' ll'lll.ll Mll'lltliHll'il III II illlri- nil
North Hruiidtv li t mill Hull I In' price
til l I Will Ml cents. III'. Imllit was
fixed Ml I ll In "iilil Hull tin'
Colnplltlllillk- willies is II fn 1 1 1 I nf II
ml lit 1 1 ttlin .iirt tin -.! I tin' liiimr
f n mi WiiIIit. ii- case lll lir tit'ii ri I
Wisllicsdilt II rtrl lliMili ill 11 ii'i lurk
Volt' fur Hrail-haw.
l'ol A. It
III spile of tin- fart that several
leading Hem sialic ini-iiilii-ii predicted
tlllll Ullless lilt' 1111 Mils tsscl fl'tt
nf Hit' present members nf tin' house
Would Ih' I't'Mlllittl lit Hit' s-ijlc tu lilt'
licvl legislature. tlit In use lull- Weil
in-flat nflei ii'inii k I Hit I Die Olasen
llNlir.V lilll In II vne nf 'rj In .'IS. The
Mil would lit ii i 1-1 1 ii 1 1 hi I HMiiill
ll x li hanks- iiinl private Individuals
fur rhiirirliig Usui Mini would have
iut tin- li n i slunk" nut nf business
Ki'lirfNi'iitnllve ' i I ii hi i lias tuiiili- n
till 1. 1 flulll fur his 1111 -In.' Hie In-
ginning nf Hie session I Hi ll Ills
were tltfiiliiHt him fmni tin- start.
A report on the work of a Imi)'n or
!H iilxn t It ill known as Hie "Suns tf
Tliilliiler. wilt tnilile tn Hie State
Civil- lissiu lalluii al Hie regular lui-et
lug Hi I he l.ee 11 il k 1 1 ii lintel Wislne"
(lay evening. The Istts nf Hie otgiitil
gallon me i-liiiiiiliiii a niliiiiture city
near I lie Washington simI. Thev
reMirleil that a half IiIikU nf ltimiihI
IihiI It-en I'leareil ami as l-Ux laid
out lit it illt. At (lilt luiH-tliiK the
nss.K lull hi iltt Idi'd t afflllale ttllh
the NalliHiiil I'ltlr iissni latlnii
IMiinihiiiK Keiir. Ilutrh Wal 1574.
A nitxtl rnlhuniaitlli' nieetlnt wan
held Tiiesilay etenliiK at the IJiu-nlli
ni'IiikiI fur the in iritiilzal lii nf h Clvle
I (entity i lull. I r II. II. l 'It mil iiihii
was teiiiMi'aiy t hulriiiHii ami the nffl
ivnt elet-tetl wew .lultn Shirk. trel
dent: Walter l.vlirainl. vh-e ueHlileiit
and A. Walker lilt ft tt-t retai v
0. M. Durfrr ronvlrtrd Iwlrr In
week iiinl mihIiik at H lirlvate tletec
tlve In the KltiKkHile lintel whh re
litdwtl mi an him-hI ltuid sevenil ilayn
MRU. At the mii mi- lime nffleerH were
liivitttlitatlnu IiIh recurd anil fmintl
Mill tn he Hli etH-N)ei entivlrt frulll
ImlNlana. lie and another iiihii. II.
K. Henliaik. almi an alleffml fuirlllvr
from JiiKlh-e. eHt-Hietl llirntiuh tile mh
HlHtam-e nf thidr whet m-veral lllnntlm
avo frulll the UtiilslaiiH Inatltiitlmi.
T'lHiti h-ariilitk- Hut the men had
IsiHriled a imrth liniiml Snntn Ke Iraln
(he nile ttdeKinihetl al I ami the
tneii wen held a Perry In nwnli ihe
arrival nf Offh-er I'eler Hlewer who
liniUKht the men dark. Hiirfee wife
win arriltHl mi a t harue nf vaKrain y
and I heliiK held fur further Invettj
The llra'N Dinner Hub will hold
IN iiinnthly init'lhik' at the Lis- llti k
Inn hutel litis evetiliiif at II nVlnt k.
W. V. Ilardle (rafflr maiiaier and
WH-retary nf the tiklHhniua Traffle
aswM-hiilun. Ih In ashlngtiui w here
he Is rt'pi-fMi'iit Inn iiklahuiiiH City
nhlp'rt mill the aawa-lallon hefnre the
Iliti'lHlate eiiiiiinei'tv ituiiinlssliin In n
JlcHlllll! mi steel and linn ralet.
In advaiirr of the uxuaJ nHHillily
IneetlliK nf Ihe In aril nf enmity com-
inltlniiiTs. ttlil. h w in iM-rtir Iniiinrrinv
a ulinrt ineelliiK nf tH.H lniairtanep
will Ik indii iiiU afternnun at whh-h
HiHlterti relHllnir In ilralne In illf
fereut iartt nf the rnnnfj will Imi
tllxctiKtiHi nl) inalilv octroi tiNn.
Tltf mmniltiilonrr of puhllr praperfjr
hiia 'hari;p nf the llluarv water aya-
I fin ami imlilli- parka. All Imixirtant
vote for H. ;. KiiMtnian. lnl. Adv.
Mla Annir (' MrQiNm of Niw
Turk will U-kIii a serlen nf leettire
ntilirhi at the WllllaniK Mualv hall
12M 1 2 Went Keennd atn-et at N.15
ttndiT the atiaplem f the Theowiphl
ral atM'My the niilijert Ih'Iiir 'To Hleen
and To 1IP." Mhw Meyneen will m
plain the myrholoRjf of alwp and
death kIvIiir the aunm f Inft.mia
Hon and th prtxifa. She will riplaln
Die cuitltiiilly nf iHitiwIuiiHiima and Ilia
relatliiiiihlp Mtwii thne In the w.
and iiiin.s'11 w-urhlM and will eiplaln
hnw a plane nf eilsteiuv that la not
vMhle tn ihe tirli-nl ey miv
rKDRiilnetl and deflnetl hy other
men ii MIhm .Megneen la a deep t.
flwit nf Ihe neciilt and stetkii frnui
Voir for Rradnhaw.
W. I. Raliniaim H?. of Weather-
ford (ik dletl al a local hiMpltal at
'i n'cliK-k (hit innriiliiK. Kinieral ner-
rlrax will la held In the Htroot A
MraN-r chaiiel at 'J p. in. Sunday.
Iter. John iH'Mniiil. iastnruf the (Jer-
nian Methiallat Mpl-atipiil i-hnrcH will
nfflclatp w-llh the HMHlatanep of Rt.
Hliinnniia nf Ktlinninl The deceaaed la
well known clll.i-n nf Wttatherftird
HU leaviiM tnaiiv frleiulH iMith IbPMt
and In Kdinond where he formerly
realdeil. The laaly will lie aent to
IVterMhnrRh III. fur Interment. Tlie
wife of Ihe deceased. Mra. W. H. Hah-
matin of Rlimnid. J. K. Itnhiiiuiiu of
Mmond and II. II. Kallmann of Till-
I'll. II). anna 3Um. A. Mchnnewer nf
Tallula III. and Mra. Mary Hen
drleka of Peterahurg III. daiiKlitera
r Ihe atirvtvliiR relative.
A routed u lwm ! UinJm in
the Blhle arlionl of the Mint Christian
rtinreh between four claaae In the In-
fertnedlate (lertnient MUa Ilond
uI Judtte Threlkold'a elawoa of Rlrla
Utat ttotNMt Evaraal'i BU Uj.
lliaggs t lasses nf hois The contest
will run fni r.mi SiiihIn.vh. Iiiclndtug
iMht Siiinlii). an promises H. ok
cectllllglv Ihelv III I Interesting
I'nlllts Mil' llclol lllln. mH Mlll'llil
Bine being mi Hun'. bringing H Hlhle
n-w pupils. i.iiT Mil I i .t tit inn
figures fur last Mm hit Khun Hit'
bo.vs flflt five points In . .( 'I'ti.
gills cllllllfni;ci r In- hois tn tl'' mil
l-fl. llMVllIK recently l.t-l'll lll'f.'llli'll t
llif same i In.. in slmiliu ii.h
Vote for Itradshaw.
- I't.l. Adv.
.lease K. MtMire. :t;t of lit) I Went
llciiii tlli'd at his resliletii't' ai ii a m
Inthij. Services will Is' helil Sunday
afteiniiiili In the iiiaicl nf tin- Street
A. In-nper iiinlertakliu! iuiii.any and
ll'lei iiii-nl will he iiiade at laiiluwu
(liielciy. Moore has liecn inn .
in- a Iliull curlier 111 the tllv f.n ..
eml jcurs. Th. inuilu-r nf tli. i.
ceased sin t .s
Mra. Ada I. Nulk 45 dietl al her
residence .'.11 -:sl l'iilii s
u clin k last elelilni; .S.m .
held In Ihe Street A Hiii h i Iiiih-I
SiiiiiIiiv aftern i anil Inli-i :n-iil will
lie ill I'-.lrlavt li.
Thelina SlnheiM the four niwiths-
l" "V't f Mr iiikI Mis John
Siillicnz .f in ..
finnll.t resilience at !l n'clis k Insl
nlsdil The lush will he taken tu
til" -llll fni 1 1 1 1 1-1 1 n '1 1 1
Oklahoma ( amp No. H of Ihe Mar-
1 11 HI I I al Hie Indue hall to
lilfc'ht In 1 1 1 1 1 Int.' a Hass with (he full
llllllll nf Ih.' nnler The deleiilllc llll I
"Hernaie I ll nieiitlnii al Sun
11111 1 M Mat tt III also . el. !
e.. The slate i amlel. II I
pelller will lie present III this IneetlliK
Ml members r k 1 n li. . m ti citv
amp iiinl all Ultlnu- iiiemiN-ra nf the
"Ider are asked In l. pelt
Ihe Kla will hair an rventful meet-
IliK 1 ihlat iils-lil at Ihe l.nlKt- luuius
when a . lass f JU w III H. .
lulu ll n.-r.
iSerretary of Mule .1 I.. .ul mu)
Ihsii.'iI a charter In - I Ilea sjh'ii ke
IHI! n'lid lias coinimiit f Tulsa. 'Ihe
cimipaiiy has a capital r J.iikni and
Hie liicnriMiraluis a-. I r.m llaiu'iuoii
Allien 11. Hell ami f T. ijwen of
The parole of rred IJiiller Issued
In leci-iiilH-t- lull ht I win ii i 'nice
was tiajav revoked In luteii Wll
limns. Culler was cmntci In Adair
enmity In March. Hill of iIiiik
Ihe prohibitory latv and Heiitcmed tu
tlllis). yean. In the iienltcntlai v. It
Im represented In inventor Williams
Ihat he It aiialii tlnlatliiK the Uoimr
Governor Wllllaiim today aimed the
hill approprlatltiK $1 h4iihni fr .H.
of the twii yeara endlue June ilu IIHT.
for the maintenance of the N'iil!ciitlary
al MeAlewter; making two nomliiatltiK
dlatrlctM of Coinaiii'lie cmiiitv: appro
printing S4H..'( to y a claim of the
Wallace Kvana game farm and yliig
'WI to the Ivy Itnw. for rent nf Ihe
game warden department fur three
iiitniths In 1IH1 other bills were aigu
ed hy the governor. Including that
having tu do with a deputy clerk nf
the (Miinlv court at Cleveland; that
giving eertiflcnlea to certain! high
m-lnail gnidmilea and Ihe reMoliilloti
In prie-is-iiie (ikluboma'a claim to a
large laud mailt liefure the fulled
Sla lea ningretia.
iiki isrs on rai mii ron n
HAVK BKKN C Al SKI) IN KAI L
ItlillKiKI'oHT. Conn . Manli 4.
At the trial today of Mra. Helen M.
Angle for maiiHlHughlcr in connection
with the death of Waldo l Itallou nf
Stamford Conn.. Ir. Charlea 11 It.
Meade testified It was lniNKftthle to
determine from ctmilltloim ilbtcluse.l at
the autiixy whether or tint Itiilloti had
aiiffered a stroke of apoplexy.
Judge laiwns asked If there were
any bruises or mark on Ihe body which
Inking Into conshlernllon all cniull
Huns at Ihe building where Mra. Angle
lived could not lie accounted for hy a
fall iluw nstalrs. The witness said nil
marks ami bruises mold have heen
uiinle In atlch a manner
Al STRI A I.0SKN MOST
OK IT8 NKW ARTILLERY
I tiKNKVA. Man h 4.-That Auatria
I lost most nf her taut new artillery In
( the ris ent fighting In Kast 1'niaala
ami In Northern I'olHiid la the lnfor
niation na-elveil here from what are
coiiahlered reliable aoureee. tiiini hmt
j tire said to linmlier 2.1 batteries of
I 'lu.'i inlllliiieterN and a tuiiulier of l.'Ci
i ml Hinders. In the regions aurronnd
lug I'liH-k and Kutuuo Zglert. alone
have iH-eii captured hy th Ruaalana
nine ctmiilete batterlea are aald to
while nine other were destroyed.
REA( II IIKill WATER STAUK
KURT SMITH Ark. Manh 4.
The government weather bureau baa
announced tivduy (hat the Arkansas
river will reach a at age of lil or !M
feel by tomorrow night. Th flood
atage 1 22 feet. The river la rlaltig
at a rate of two Inchea an hour and
baa rlaeti four and one half feet In
the laat 24 houra. Halu la continuing
to fall her and It la reported that
anow and rain la falling along the
entire Arkauaaa watershed.
KXPL08I0N ON BKL01AN
TANK 8TRAMRR KILW ONK
1"AI1Z Hiailn. Manh 4. An ppb-
aln uf la-troletim yeaterday on the
-Milan tank ateamer Tlflli 1 1 led one
aallor and bunied all nthera. IHirt an
thuritlea aeetng that the tanker waa
banned aent a mew-age to Cartilage
akln that a warahln be aent to the
aaalalanee of the Ttflla.
The Tlflla a tanker of .MH t-ina.
aalled from New York Keliruarr 10
BOSTON AMERICAN BOIHHR8
TO RED 80X TRAINING CAMP
TI08TON March 4. Joseph Ut-
nln prealdent and William K. Uarrl-
tn manager of tba Bnetmi American
leatua baaeball team wft Kalay for
the Hed Box training ramp at Hot
Hprlnir Ark. tnher player will Join
them on tba trtn Booth A im
tliiad wtll tear next week.
If you arc la tho aiartet for pool-
try turn to Tba TtnM Want Ad nM
Tbara la prufH thar or jou.
TEUTON X0TE IS
WIVEN TO PRESS
(rffliial 1vt of (lennaiis' Ijiteat I'otu-
anunlration la Made I'ublli-; Keeling
WASIIIMJTO.N Man h I. The nffl
' llll letl of the Uennaii got eriitiicut's
reply to Ihe Aincrli an note suggesting
that (iermany ami lirenl llrliaiu ngr.s-
u a plun In les-seu danger lo neutral
shipping In the war zone wan nntdc
pill He here today. It follows
"The I in st-i I ii 1 lietinau gov ciiiineiit
hate taken note with great Interest of
the suggestion of the Ann-rli nit gov
i-iiiineui that certain prim lple fm
1 1 it- conduct of maritime warfare ui
the part nf (iermany ami Knglainl be
tigris-d upon for the prutei lluii ul
lii'iil in 1 shipping They atse Iherelw
new evidence of the friendly feelings
of the A 1 1 1 ' 1 1 11 1 1 goveruiuelit toward
Hie (ellniili guv erninelil which are
full) Mt tii o ated bv (iermany.
"It Is In a with ( ieriiiauy't
wishes iiKo tu hate inn i It line war con
ilin i.-.l a.corilliig to rules vvhl' h. with
out illtct 1 1 1 1 1 i u t . -1 lestibtlng on.- oi
the other of the Is'lllgcr.-nt ovveis In
the use uf their ineaiis of warfare
me ttpiall) coiislileiate of tin- Intel
est uf neiitials and the dictates of
hliinaiilt) ( ouseiiieiil It . It was lull
united In the lieruimi mile of Hie liilli
Insiiint that obsi-i v atlnii uf ihe dis
111 I II 1 1 HI of l.n lliloll oil the pail uf I CI
lliiint s ailversiirles would create a
new situation from which the l.eriiuui
government would gladly draw Ihe
iiiiMr i oih-IiihIoIis.
Itaala for Solution.
"I'rtH tsisllng from this view the tier
mil li government has carefully eiam
hied the siiggestluii of the American
govei iiineut mid believ e that ihev can
lid mill V tee In II a suitable basis for
the practical solution of the ipiesllolis
which have arisen
"With rcgiit.l to the various stints
of Hie American note the) beg to
make the following remarks'
'Tlrsi win regard to the sowing
of mines the (ieruian government
would lie willing lo agree ua Hug
geitei nut in us. filiating inlnet and
to have anchored mines coiiatructed ai
Inillcitled Moreovei they agrw to
pill the slump of the government on all
liilnes to be planted ilu ie olhe.-
haiiil It diss nut aps'iir tu ;hem to
Is- feasible fill Ihe he lllgereu.s wholly
In fnregu the use nf nil llu'eil mines
fur uffeiislve purposes.
"Sis-iiml The i.eiinan guveriiiueut
winild umlertake nut tn use their tub
umrliies In alia- k mercantile vessela of
any flag except when iieciKNiiry to en
fnn-e the right of visit and search
Should the eiieuiv itatloiiallty of the
vessel r the presence of contraband
U' aHcerlalncd subniarlnc would pro
n-eil In aciorilaiiie with the rulm of
"Third -Aa piovldml In the Amer
ban note thla strlcthm uf the use of
Hie MihmarllieM Is coiitetit on the fact
Hull merchantmen refrain from the nae
of Ciilted Slates and ulher distinctive
"Mercantile ships must also abstain
from arming themselves nml from re
slslliig hy force contrary to Interna-
tional Ihw which will rendt r luisn.
Bible liny action nf Ihe NUhmarltiea In
iircordanee wllh liileriialliinal law
"Knnrlh The regulation of regular
linimrtatloiis of fissl into (leruiauy aug-
gettted by Ihe Amerlcmi gov ernnielil
MppeaM lo lie generally ais-epHble
Such regulation would also tm-linte in
tllrect ImiHirlalloii hy way of neutral
giivernnieiit ( im- gote'iimetit would
therefore be willing to make the dec
laratloiiN of the niitiire provided In the
American note ho Ihat the use of the
ImiMirtitl food nml fiaalatuffa solely hy
the mui ttiiiihataulN might be aafely
lraiiMKirted from neutral countries.
"The liniH-i liil government ninat.
lli'Wt'ter. In aiblltlnli enii Ji.isUu lu. .
. . '
ng the imiHiriallon of other raw m.-
lerlala uaetl hy Ihe economic avatetn
of non.mhtnta. Including f.trage
l-rtnltted. To that end. V .mv
goveriimenta would have to a-rmlt their """' '" rbl. will
fr.uk 1.... j. ... I YA . II IllirtOII MS ClIltlHltl Sl.t...ll.
' " ' ' " ' I1 Hill I Ml" 1
free entry Into tierinanv of the raw I
intilerial nieutloned In tile fn Hat of I
the declaration f I .....l.... .. ...i ...
- mm hi
1ltHt iNHtertnls iiicln.l.Hl In tt.. ll.t .
I f.ttlMtlit(iMl au.i.ul......l ii .1
''in i nun mi nmnnitff lo
III' HHtnr prinrlpltM (H f.HH hml f x xl -
I lit (JrrttlHtl fcfnl riiiiiinf t anim-A i
. . " ' "
1 UoH that the agreeliieiil for which .
he Anierlcan goveinmetit hate pav.sl
iviiHlileratloii" of . remarka made
above nml that In thla way -caceahle
neutral HhippiK n trH(p
have to auffer any more than la alt
Nulutely iieceHKury from the miavnhla
ble effts-la of maritime war. Tbeae ef
fecla ii.uhl lie atlll farther r.slui-sl If
aa waa s luted ut In th Cermaii
note of the Iflth aoine way ii uhl !
round to etclu-le the ablppliu of mil
j unions of war from neutral countries
'to belligerents on shlM .hi iici iral na
"The Derma ii gnvertnneiit must of
I conrae reserve a definite statement
' o fthelr la-altion until audi llm
they may receive farther Information
from the American government enab-
ling them to eee what obligation the
Oreat llrltaln government on Ita part
CI.IMATK OF TEXAN COl'NTY
TEX HO.M A Ok.. Man-h 4. Tm
eounty farm laud and the faaciiiatlug
Oklahoma climate appeal to the fann-
era of the north and thla week IVter
Itiietten and mm of Richland eounty
Wisconsin are here to establish theiii-
aelvea on a farm they have purchased.
A number of other farmera In the
community they are leaving have t-
presaed their Intention of coming to
Teia county and taking farma.
Why . hidn-t piiirt It
They .loot! at a dlny afreet cor-
ner and anger waa In thalr coun-
tenance. "Vol va dat you called me Mor-
rey?" Indignantly aakeri one.
"You know" Mid hla friend dog.
"Vou aocue nia of itvallng your
"No I haf not accused you of
atealln' It Holly."
"Vail my boy vat la Itt I haf told
you I haf not (ot th monty and
you don't bcllaf me" and he apraad
hla handa despairingly.
"Oh no no; not at all" aald hla
friend. "Vat I did Bay. flolly waa
that If you had not 'alped tn to
look for my dollar I ahould btf found
No wonder Nolomon waa th rh.
i . - "-1
Plon wlaa man. with 1.IXKJ wiM
" fc fc "
'VSVI. .11.11 .
Many a man who aaya nothlna
A CKOSS fOUNTKV HUV
I'refMiralloiia ruder W) (or Annual
Kteut ami Mail)' Miultiils Will
Take Part In It Thia tear.
Although present wcathei
HniiM threiilen Ihe cnlidltlun nf the
cnurae of (he niililial it. uniiilr t
rilll Which Im held between be classes
of Hie Oklahoma Cltv IiL-'i s Iks I
each npiliik' preparatliuis an- tvi ll tin
der way to make the meet Man lt l'
the most Hllcceaaftil ever In Id here
i Mm hmiilrisl and flflt students
have alimed fur the run This will
Illlike Hie largest number nf contest
ants that have ever taken part In an
event nf this liHllire III Ihe Inch si I I
and shows a gruwlng rlt.ilrv between
classes that has la-en denimi-lintcd In
the Inter class basket ball turn naiiiciils
this year as fast hemming i rival tn
the strung s. Iioul spirit f the sin
(Hi eihlbll In I'rinclpa! .1 i; Mas
t.-rs' office lire fuur In inilltnl sllter
loving nips tn go to the fli-l four nien
III the race The colirHe bits I ecu laid
olll Ill nf the Mill oil schi ami
tt III l.e two mid one half miles III
length starling ami finishing iss
loth at the Lincoln Mchi -1 . 1 1 1 t
I'm- several vears Ibis bus u i).
big Inter class event of I In .:i ami
li proving cM-ccillngly hm .n. i
the tcliuul Ibis tear acctdin- p I'tiii
clpal Masters The aplrll I-Ihl- shown
now will lend In make the affair even
tniiie than eter a imtiiihh -nl anniuil
fixture uf high scIumiI uthletnt
CALLS THAFFIC MEN
Meeting Will lie HHd Tomorrow
Night at Terminal Ituibliug to Ilia
runs Handling of Freight.
A letter Is being mallei In members
of Ihe Oklahoma Train.- nsjMH'lat I. in
hi J T. Itoblnaoii president tu cull
iiltclitinii to a meeting wlibh will be
held tomorrow evening at S nd l
In Hie amlltorliiui of the iklalioma
Hallway company Tertnliiiil building
Several ss-iikem of llliHirtiiln e
have l-en aecureI for the issaslon.
Including (i K. Whllclam of the Kris
co railroad at St. lniK s I'ur
cell of the Santa Ke rallrn.nl fruin
To'ka nml oier.
The luts-llini will la- held with the
approval of Ihe laaird of directors of
Ihe association auch approvil having
la-en grautisl by the (llrts-tnrM Issaus.'
of the iiisirtance of the matters tu
be discussed to the hs-al shl a-rs ll
Is till- piirHise of the i tin tn ills
niss iievlse ways ami means of
liiipruv lug the handling of freight In
lo iiinl out of Oklahoma Cltv It will
also he tin- purpose of the meeting In
discuss a method of lessening the hr-s
mid damage In transit ami facilitate
the prompt delivery ut ihwHnatlnn.
Teanm (.lie Kxhibltiiwi Inder Trilie
of Hen llur and Man) Trmma Take
'art in thr TagevnU.
The eihlhitloti drilling of different
drill teams held under the dire-lion of
Trli f lieu llur at the hall
fidfiLj North Hrnailway. wax an event
(here being about four hundred !
pie present ami ten drill teams par
tldpated ( ouiiaiiy M of the Oklaho-
ma National (Juard waa prew-nt. The
flrti ti-aui liitrislniiMl was the I'raler-
lial I'nloii wllh T. K. Towera as i-ap
tulu. The aeiHiiul waa the learn of the
Kojal Nelglilaira. wllh K. K. r'rj. us
captain. Third was Knights and I
(lies of Honor with T. K. Towers as
... lv ..-t. ... ..
'-I'.n.n. lutiiiii f. us i ue iw iglila am
.m f Svrltv wllh K (i Krv as
cantaln Mfth is Tn u m
t -r v r '
"''V Tow-rs a captHln. Sixth
wai Ihe M.slerii Wisslmen of Aiuetb a
with Walter Iteemce. II M fHllltlill
"It h Walter Iteetnee.
KiKlilh hrh the WinkIiumii Cirri w ith
II III l-'.trliuai uu
The flnt drill wmn followH l.v It
N A . Ilf'lt hv Klil-'hlu mm I ..f
' '. "'"Hum nilU IJUMfH 1
llniuir K uliflitu a .l t u.n t-
-...nme. nil'l IXIIIlff-n ?i .i'iir
It v. The V O. W followed by the
llrolherhiaal of American Yeomen and
b-'ina National tiuard which was mi
der command of Captain Al Nick hart
and Neoontl Lieutenant Mcljiln. after
which all preeent enjoyed the evening
dnnclng and a a-a-lal giaal time
KAKMKRS AiiOl T VIAn"V1I.L
l'1-ANT MANY CATEI.Ol l'KS
VI AN. Ok.. March 4. Arniugemeiils
are lielng made by farmers In the
vicinity of Vlan lo plant more than
UNI acre to canteloiiMs this season An
aas-H-latlon to lav known na the I an
teloute Cooperative club will he or
ganlaed wain which will auia-rvlse the
planting nml marektlng of the crop.
It I eellmated that with HHl acrna
from one to two carload a day of
melon can lie aent out from thla Hut
and thla will certainly put Vlan on
I'MTEl) 8TATKS Wll lTlNMIST
ON DYE STl'FK SHII'MKNTS
WASHINtJTON. March 4 - The'
Hulled Htate will Insist on Ita right
to get dyeatuff from Ueruiany If
Kngland coutlnuet. to do ho. Although1
the prealdent of the Hrltlxh board of
trade In rllament declined j eater
day to commit his government to the
right of American shippers to get dye-
atuff It waa declared here tialav on
high authority that the l ulled Stale
would Insist there should Im- no ilia
LAtTK CONTINI EiTlllS !
TESTIMONY AT R. R. IIKAKIM
CniCAtJO Manh 4. The testlmonv
of W. J. Ianck. dealing with die ai
leged over-capllalliatlon of railroad
companion continued la-fore Ihe Ihihi-iI
of arbitration In the weetem railroail
wage cane today. He dealt particular
ly with the affair of the Frisco sva
tern which he aald waa foredtaimixl to
a recelverahlp by raaaon of the al -!
leged exceaalve prli-e paid far other I
roada and with the (Wumo Fatcrii!
HEAVY niillTIMl IN
MKXICO W KKJ ORTKD
WAHIIIMITOV U.ssk a ii.....
flfhtliif between Villa and Carranta
"I.-I.IH in'i-t ts-ti viua aiin v arrant
fnH n u ?.
- -iin-i" ui w oicu i err n
aa loet manr men ami Mitat.i .ft....
-.mmn. of "' r4"l"
dttUif off one column of Villa trii
IjMtcbaa to tba alata daLartiueuU
"V" ouV .u m' '1
OUR GRAND FINAL
CLOSES SATURDAY NIGHT
Only two more lny. n the n-. i cu t urns me so "rent llml vmi will reiillv nmka
money liy liuyitiir your Suit t -.e.--.Ht fr next aenstm th. y nr.- all eoiiHe'rvativo
inoilcl.s ami will really It- mini s --I lisl next a.-iisiiii us tliev nre now ; ami think vou are
buying: litem ill.-ie- ihall We .i -t tliein. It. tt- r imt let tliw l.i .ort mi it v al'ip.
Mcil 's 1 "'."H Suits : ( li .
cunts nre now ul
Mc .-fL'OIHI Si IK i (Is.
coiits nre now iii'
l-'t .! no Mull
ami ' v i i . ' )i s
l'..v s on vsitli s o p
ami nii-ri :ilt are . VJ.D
lt..ts' Jiiuu Suits Q 'jr
ai I i it ft iiis arc . . )). I D
Snrilld lMN"- 111 M"''1 " sniil11 "I"'"' "'i- imt ynu to drop around
tJl -11 .V"in- l.-isnre anil l.u( lh-i oVer. Tli.-ti there 'a the new HATH from
GoodS STKTSN- KNX d Tlil.MKI.r. ever) bin' and colur New Shiru
a ml Ncckwi'iir ton.
IHirlng Trip of Austrian Offirrr and
Ilandfull of Men Win Tlinn Quirk
ili:i.l Manh 4. Imii tnK n
plolls whbh vvimi tpilik renown for uu
AuHiriiin cavalry offbvr In (.all. In aiv
relattsl in ueWNpnper correspoiideiice
fruin that Ms-Hun.
The Austrian hemlijuai lets had
learned that the ltusslaiis were bring
lug forward reinforcements. Aviators
were will out tu ascertain the size
sif thimi bill tbn weather was foggy
and the hi-ouIs were not able lo find
the Itusaiitn.s. Au illiniums! cavalry
officer who pars as Ihe hero of
the narrative stcpi-ed forward and
"Shall I ride through the line;"
Ills superiors laughed at Ihe bold
offer but after some hesitation agrtssl
lo accept it when fiflivn other cav
alrymeu Toluiitisen-d tu make up the
scouting Mirtj. Hy chisisiug the lonely
furesi riwd Ihe riders sucns'ihsl In
tbelr plan of passing through the
lli'sshui lines at night llj day they
luiii-ealetl tlieinse-lves In ilis-. thickets
but at night they boldly trotted along
mi tlie main highway with their Aus i
' 'In n uniform covered witli brown
mantles and fur caM pulled dim u
ever their regulation helmets
They met a Huastati cavalry dlvls
Inn led hy a Circassian prince ad
van lug to lake part In Ihe battle at
the front ami their uuuints almost
tmii bed flanks with the llusslan
horses us they i waned hy unris-og
nlmsl Ijite al night the Ailstrlanl
pariv took refuge lu a detM-rtcd farm
house where the men tried tn aleep
until morning He fore day break a
murmur of inh-e was heard ami a
large -art) of Cossacks waa nevn ap-
proaching (In- platv. The Aiiatrlans
hurrltHllv iiitiiinttsl to the attic where
Ihei sIihhI with cartilnes ctsketl
ready o shoot down the first Cossack
wliu might show his face In the stair
way. The Itiissliins however con
tented Iheinselves with a short atfly
on the first floor ami then rode away
without even iusas-ltig the outbuild
lugs w here the A list rlo lis bail atabled
The following night the little mrty
nf scoul along a -atli In the
wiiisltsl hills where suddenly a Itua
slan patml barred their way wllh tho
cry of "Halt" The Australns were
inotlonleNs for a few a-snmls then
their leader coniuianded "At them."
and not one of the Russians es. a-d
with lit life.
Concealed ueil day lu thickets the
Austrian were able to ee heavy col
utiins of HiisslaiiH retreating along
the nearby mad. The Auatiiaii ad
vance had evidently Ivegun. tot
hour the masse uf Infantry anil
lery and baggage train hurried by
toward the adjacent rltrer crossing
a teniMirnry bridge. On the top of
the hill la-youil the river the IIussIiiiih
hallisl. npiaireiilly with the Intentluii
of Inking up a Mwltlon there.
Tin- Austrian cavalry offli-er who
nns loaillng the scouting wrty had
sent a handful of men acrnaw the river
In watch (he Russian movement. He
feared this little group mlghl Is- In
tlniuier. anil so d-M-bbsl Uam the dare
devil I rick of bluffing the Ilusalans
hv thnrnlng the bridge with his lit
He party. "The tb-r.en men galliiiasl
wildly across Ihe fields lownrtl the
bridge. There Ihev met the advance
guard of tbelr own Infantry and.
encouraged by thla. they dash-sl at
the Itusalaiia who evidently liellevetl
la rife masse of Austrian cavalrv were
coming after them Thev hastily re.
siinied their retreat
IOW I TMII KV'DOHSKMFVT
OF W II.SON El ROI'KAN I'OI.K Y
l-KS MOINKH. la. March 4 An
endorsement of rreshlctit Wllnou'a
F-'nr.ts'Hii war policy was tabled In the
lea a senate to-lay by a vote uf 2H
Men's .);.! (H) Suitn ami Over 1 fft
' MjiN art4 now nnlv tb 111. llll
Men's IHIID Suit nml Over-
cat s 11'e iidw only .
l n s !' no Suila ii i ii 1 Over-
c.i Lit it ate tluvv ulilv
Final Cut on Boys' Clothes
Until Saturday Night
llnjs' T TAi Suli
Ituvs' s yi suits
I'.u.vs' $10 Sllll-
See the Children's Wash Suit at $1.00 values to $5.00
And the Boyi' Waint at 25c values to $1.60
urn o.iino in try to tell yon HM.ui the hcMiity and elegiuit
"d - l" vv Si -mi' Suits from STHIS' lil.OCII and HOCIKTV
mmnmstmtt OKLAHOMA CTYi
Interesting Sidelights On
the Great War.
VII'.N.NA. March 4 -A bookkeeper
named Hni'hliigir who Joined one of
ihe local lunilstiii in regiment r-
l in the war has been enjoying a
brief period ofg fame a a war hero
hire Wearing Iron Croaaei of the
first and set -mil claam-a. which ha
had taken from the bodies of Pru-
ulan soldier while on ambulance
tlutv he told an elaborute atory of
his single-handed mot urn of the
governor of Warsaw
He was received In state by the
lil-f HurgoniiiHter nf Vienna and
was presented with a purae full of
motley When hla tur reached the
(icrman newspaper. It mei with
ptiunpt contradiction and Hachlnger
wus arrested lie has now been nt
lo a hospital for obaervation aa to
LOST ION. March 4 -Welshmen
are delighted with the fc( that a
battalion of Welsh Ouards la to he
uildcd to the nu n or etr height who
the Wellington llarrai ka oppoaite
llii-'klngham I'aline anil have per-
furinid guard and escort duty at
all military f mi. I luim Although
Welshmen aa rur ir hort It la
not anticipated that there will tut any
difficulty lu recruiting the Imttiil-
lun Ihe Scuts Ouards have a thlitle
as tbelr emblem anil the Ir'ah guards
a shiiinrui k. and already there la dla-
inssi in wlniher the Welsh guards
shall bine a le-'k nr daffodil (the
two mimes are Hie suine In Welshl
or a ll-' I I'raaun. whb h Is essental-
Iv a Welsh embleni. Is one nf the sup-
porters uf tin- I'rtnce nf Wales' arms
anil is use. I .in national uccaslotia.
I.ON'lMiV March 4 HI led'
horses beloitglliK I Ihe Htlible of
I'rlnce Husky id Auatriu. an "alien
enemy" an- to be sold tu satisfy the
claim of the estate of the lute Hon.
Franela Ijiinbluii. their trainer Here
tofore only horses belonging to.
the hostile governments have been!
aelied while prtvaln owner escap-j
ed. Hut the Home Nmietarv has
granted a license to Ihe executor .if
l-ambton to sell thirteen racer. In-
cJudlng Mediator. The rea'due of thr
ale will remain In truat until after
the war aim no money can now lie
remitted t0 th .Tinea.
LONDON March 4 The first con-
signment of disabled German prison-
ers lo be exchanged for Kngllsh
wounded. Included two officer and
S men. .To apara the feeling of the
brokeny warrior the arrant anient
fur their departure from England
were kept aecret and only a handful
of spectator naw them a they left
the Victoria Station. London or a
thev embargked a few hour later
fruin Folkestone for blushing Hol-
land. I lie men were gathered from all
pntis uf Knglnnd. Most of them haul
sn u' m tn leu missing Kvery man
had to be carried on a stretcher and
Itililsh sin aeons had carefully cer
tlfnd that none of them would ever
be able 11 flglll Malll
Kruin London to Kolkatune they
Hat i le. I lu a special Ited (Toas nni-
guarded and had every blind drawn
The patlcnl were In charge of
five doctors and 2fi Heil Cross or-
derlies and inn si's under command
of Lord Onslow
LONDON. Manh 4 -The atnp-
page nf the Importation of nitrate
fruin chill tutu a Swlaa authority
in not depriving Oermanv of a neees-
aiu y liiK'eiUeut of exploa vea because!
of I'rofessur Oslwald'i discovery of
a process for making nitric acid out.
of nildlalng Hinnmnla Hlnc the war
the factoilcB engaged In thla prove
have been greatly enlarged and will
within a month make Germany en-
tirely Independent of tho world tor
Ua nitric acid aupply.
Ho.vs Sulla e. (
and (ivfri-oaU are .l.DU
Ho) a' 15 Sulfa A AA
nml iivereuata are....vU
Huts IIH.'mi Suita
and i iveri:tts are. . .
HINDUS'. March ). The laloat
shipment of mulea to England I
eompoaed of uch clean limbed ac-
tive beuta that certain array expert
have proposed to tba war department
to use them for caralry or mounted
Infantry la the Hrltleh army th
mule I uaed only for transport and
th mountain battery work not being
regarded aa eultabla for other
tranche of tha aervle. But Britain'
atock of cavalry horaea la exhauat-
ed and lb heavy draught animal
left on th farma are decided ly
a-tlve than the lateat arrival of
mulea. Hpanlah and Mexlran cavalry
have always mad a liberal use or
mulea and found them mora eervtce-
ahle than bone for work In rough
UlNDON March 4 A new atory
I told of tha Britten aubraartnu
H ll. whoee commander Lieut N.
Holbrook. received the Victoria
Croae for braving th Dardanellea uid
sinking a Turklah battleehlp.
On entering the Dardanellea the
aubmarlne lighted a Turklah patrol
boat. Th H ll thereupon dived and
remained below for om rim. On
coming to the lurface the Turk waa
aeen atramlng arouotl In a circle.
After another dive the commander
found th petrol atlll on hand.
Thereupon ihe commander rammed
and sunk her. The myatary waa thn
cleared The H ll had fouled a buoy
and had been dragging It about on
hthe surface so that all the Turk
had to do to follow th mark.
UtNDON. March 4 One of th
rurtou effect of shell exploatoo re-
ported at the military hospitals. In
the lo of the enes of taste and
smell Or I'harlea Myer atatee that
he he met three cases of thl In
his own experience. Th men re-
ceived no flesh wound at all but
became of their loaa of senses they
could not distinguish by taste be-
tween sugar quinine acid and salt
which felt allkn to the tongue.
"These rases appear to conatUut
a definite class amour shell-shock
effects." say Ir. Mver. 'Th ahella
In nutistion appear to have burst
w-lth considerable note scattering
much dust but thl waa not accom-
panied by th production of odor. It
I. therefore difficult to understand
why hearing shouldi be unaffected
and the Ul results confined to tha
ensvs of light smell and taste. The
dole relation of thee cases to those
of hysteria appear certain.
liONIuiN March 4 A fleet
of about sevenly-flve motor ambu-
lances each niie bought by English
women and girls of the me alvsn
name. Is being organlted by tba
lied Cross for service at tha front
The mimes selected fur the m butane
Include' Agnes Alice Barbara
flaia Kdlth Klllabeth Oertrude
Isabel. Jessie Katherlne. Laura Mar-
garet. Man. Nellie. Olive Ruth. Sa-
rah. Vbdet mui Winifred. Each car
will bear the same name aa that t
the girl and women who have con
tribute I toward It: a. g. all th mon-
ey collected from women named Joa-
cphlne will go Into the purchase of
Ihe Josephine ambulance.
liONfioN March 4 If ekarrg
have exploded a number of mlnea In
the O ul f of Bothnia according ta
reports brought lo Null by Swadlak
vessels Navigation la particularly
perilous In the Baltic and tha North
sea Just now. It la aald owing ta tha
mine which have broken loaaa from
their moorings during atoraia. aaa-
dluavUui aaval uthor!tle pairat
"-- iwi ivr t o vss- i inniej
nivnaoew. some ow wnicta nevei Bassa
visible lately as far north aa
rack and tha mouth af Ok
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