The Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 26, No. 277, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 4, 1915 Page: 8 of 8
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THE OKLAHOMA CITY TIMES.
THURSDAY MARCH 4 1915.
That's Went foil's. Order
whatever you want. Tin-
order will be filled im-
mediately Hild delivered
by messenger. These rn.es-
ueiiKers Hre mounted on
bicycles or on motorcycles
Biid the service is speedy.
IS AN ARM
P. B. X. 77.
liveltiiiil and print n lT
of Ku.lak negatives. Tin
kind ynii want - free of
"?. B. X. 77."
IIITnll 10 ITVIWiVU
AT SESSION EX I)
(Continued From I'age line.)
soli signed I lit" sciiuuiu's liill; I lie
might have disturbed International
tramjullty. Karly In the Hesslou gen
WUen the house reassembled at tt
o'vl.s k the failure of the Inuian and
isistoffhs. hills III the senate wan re- ctal arbitration treaties with several
gard.st as so certain that a resolution great foreign lumen were renewed for
as iascd extending the present ap- five year eri.sls aud tweuty-slx eaie
projirlii I Urn over the next fiscal year. ; commission treaties providing fur In-
Wllh Unit the house settled ilnwu to ; vestlgatlon of International disputes
waiting for the hour of adjournment j before reeort to arms were negotiated
In the senate another attempt to : unci rattflel. A treaty to enforce the
liv the Uiinion
noe was ratified
........ Il ............ I. nl ...Ml HII IIIMPlltl-
khs with s..i s ror """ ; m. ljlHt vHr s . mMuK .rvailon which came
warship-.; promoted I ulonol Ooethi.b. ... . ... . ..' . fll- Hr 1MworM to consider
resolution would continue another i th.iN preventing etiforo'inent of the
so. s.gu.s. in. s. '"'V .break the opisislHoii lo the Jndlau bill (regulation adophsl by
icutrallly resolution e..iK.e lm. ' f1H s(1m. n. L1(fWv at sen ...nferenc
to prevent ships living Amerl.au . Ht 'itavuilwr. hut wit
isms with supplies for Islllgereiit ! .... . .... ... '
ear were IIIXIKIO.POO for II. postal
hill and JH.TOii mxi far I he Indian hill.
.-.invention. A treaty with Mcarngiui
iiiovl.lli.ir for m-uulreincnt of the
to ln u major general for his servh-es
as Imlliler of the Panama canal and
gave promotions lo other officers us
soclatctl witii tie woih Ilegii.nliig nt '.. .10 oVI.sk President Nicaragua!! eanal route and lu.Mtl sta
Vimuiisira on urns ravu. wllwlI1 kl. house- and a lion for .(.(. ni.iiou was left unratified
in ..oi.miisiii ... .. Hl.-H.lv procession of senators mil rep-hv the senate ..ml the 'iidlng treaty
' "" "' '"-""V" ""'J' resen.atlvcs of .11 parti went fr jwlth Colombia directing payment of
the rural rcltls p. .vision of the ag I ... ' ' lu-1 . .. .. ..
the nillflcutlon of . ' . . ' .' i .. ... . t..r r..u
s.n.he ..l.lius win. vy pnmiein Hill siiiji n us ..en. in hi ni- i.-i.i..
I I rf ""V i ...... ... ......
araugiu. an i puss- iiwiiioM.-Miii (ll i 1 1 . i ;.Jt r
rlciiltui'iil I'll! h 1 1 1 1
the treaties with t'.iliimhln ami Mr
Miilorllv l..l..r I inli.ru n.u.l.. Ilw. . ... i.ni.. i -..I..... I. Ill
llliollg1 'j - .... ; n iru inn inns nit' siiiji 'i "
union in K sii.ie.iie...; rllM.t. Illl.l II few general llleU-Slires.
Count fr iMthlngf
Jf un MiotilJ F.lrrl
1 iitninUlunrr of
Aooounting and Flnanoo
Hmiuw uii kino. Iir Ima alHs hern
Stitmrr. nil l llinriHifliH ..uallflrd
tor (hi. i..liii Kl l'l BI.K'AN.
tli.1 .uc.lsll.es fell In l.e Wayside. I tilit. I .us 1 1 1 1 I ii i i i l li TT I .. .. ! Closing sess in in-
In Ihe senate scleral nliem long ! ' . ....... .s iiiiu.wi wimni ..o..s. ...
nroi.iliieiit i.alliini.l flgiiies.
.1 ... o .... .....i 1 1 1 . . .i i...
III. II. ll.ll- 'I ...... . I I ......I...1 . . ..II .1 - .....
nod hic k Into nrl.'itc life in the cur 1 "" """ ' "e.i.iin ... rrom iippiopruiiions anon me
tain fell. In ll.e' house. Le nil Ic i ''"''" ''"slness that It had to all Iv iuiiK.rlanl leglslatlv icluients
il i vl. . ! "" 'i'si..srsi iii no u.e ..ii- HiclUUeil tile creation oi me cons.
Ill kooil e". I. .1.... i. in.. ...I. I.. i i. . . . ...
i-ii.iiiimi i.nis miiiiu iMiiie iirniic ii oi ir 1 1 H r. I 1. V COIISOllllIll loll OI ll.e 111." sa 1 -
re tt. If the finances I.. ulll revenue cutter services; re
of the government are hot taken earn ii lasslflcallon of guides In the dlpio-
of now It will not Is.' the fault of the tie mill - consular service; r.sillre-
housc " 1 in .1 of rwlsi nil l.h of and l.uuislng
Ia-ihIit 1'iiilerwo.iil sii
sll In the I.eU senile anil three -.i.re ' rnmp
or more ineiimciH reiueo
l or mini) minutes hefore ailjouni
uieiii there was lull In the senate
Alisolutaly uu hiislness was transact
.'..i u... c... I ....... - Hii.. Shorlly after 10 o'cl.K'k rrealdent Ut.eiial taxes .icon all ilcalera initial
- iseimi.M oMi....s ... IVIK... I..fl .1... ll II.... I . - . . ...I -
" " "iir iit.ii.se llii'l I I.I.'i.irerS ..I lllllsirUTM Ol opoou in
wenl lo his r.NHii on the east aide of
to Senator Perkins of California who
...... 1 U.... .'..iLlllw 11.
for a u .et' In n.epl..lon of ""' '"I1"""" "lK " '"' 'fu-
ll. Irlliu.c. Then he slow In half rose K'""" ' "' '""' hl"'
. . . . . i...i I he Sixty hlril congreMN f rsl un
from his seal f.s-hlv wa.eil his Inunl . . .
toward the North Carolina senator 'l'r complete domination of the le.u
and his colleague- In n gesture ofjs'atl. p.irt.v since IHIto has las'n in
r.. ..... 1 .in. tii.ni iiuiL his sen. iik-aln. alniosi conlltiuoiis session sln.-e 1'reMl
I vcrcoine with etiintloii lo speak. 1'lent W INon lining iratlon two years lion for war all fnll.il. House naval
its ilcrlvnttvct.. ami the creation of
ihe Hock) Mountain National I'ark In
Much ilehate on the condition of na-
tional defei.Mes enlivened the closing
sehnlon. Proposals for special Investl
gatlon of Ihe preparedness of the ia
(Coiilluueil on Last Pice I
was made In good unlet In -) 1 1
haste that noccssltiiteii the c I -a n ln
iiieut of wound si.
till the wesieii I. utile limil In i
France mid lielglinu the lie . h now j
is-nr to he content to li"M Ihe pos I
tlons they claim lo hn.e won In the
Krupp (inns I nini.iintc.l. I
While lliitlsh luittleshlps v - hatter
lug Kort No. K ami I'orl No In the
narrows of the I arlaiicl!c from a
IHiInt ten miles within Ihe enltnuce I
the straits I'rench warships lion ll.e
(iulf of Sams are hoiiiliaroiiig the
Turkish positions at llulalr A repoM
has las'ii current In London that hlg
Krupp gnus r.s'enlly sent to (he I hit
dandles are still uumoiiiil.vl anil an
aerial recoiiiialssuure inude cer the
straits last evening s.'cms lo l ine con
firmed this report.
The luittleshlps of the nlll-'s which
now show all the coloix of the triple
entente l.y Ihe addition of Hi. Hus
slim cruiser Askold. iniiloulil.silv have
tin ned the strulls of Ihe I h.iili.lielles
Into an inferno wlldi. aeioiillng to
Hritish and French claims. hi sh-II
is I destruction to die Turkish ile
f.ns.n. On Ihe other hail' rearts
from ('onalaiitlnople deride this activ-
ity as Ineffective. The Turl.s how-
ever do admit (lie destruction of the
outer forts which the. s. the. ex
issitsl hut they declare lit. Inner
Senator llalllnger offered a resolution iag
of lhanks lo Vi'-c Prehl.ul Marshall
for Ills services ;s presiding officer of
In the house I he lu-1 liuur wits de
otod to trll utes lo Ss-iker Clink
ItenrcM-iiliiIhe InderW'M.d and ICe
pul'llciin Leader Mi. mi.
Hepreseuliithe Palmer announced
the pri'seiiliillou of a Hiriralt of Mr.
Cntlerwooil In he hung III Ihe hull of
the wins uu I means uiinniltee
In doing so. Mr. l'.i 1 1 1 . . si Id :
"ii is no do hi. Mi. I udcrwiNiil
soon will he the lender In tile senate.
i lie Is one of the greatest Americans
In hU time"
I The liili le to Ssaker Clark was
! led hy Itcpuhllcnu Maun w ho eulo
gl.ed the "aide and Imed sS'aker."
if ami presenle.1 a resolullou Ihi.itklng
hlin for Ills ser. Ices. Il was passed
as Itie house rose to Its feet with a
In. null of applause it id eliecrlm;
When II snl.slded. Ihe sK-aker said:
"The multlplliily of honors and
kindness that this house has heped
upon in e ga"S straight to mv hetiti."
Mr. Clark paid a ttllmte lo Uepul
H.-kWiiiIiik with an eil ses
sion .ailed h the president April 7.
IIHi. Ihe congress has noiked in i ill. I
I) li.'IT ila.s.
Mini impii taut letUlnll.ni was ac-
complished hut lunch o 1 1 ' in 1 1 1 a I -. 1 .
some of it llillil press.sl h Ihe presl
1 1 1 1 1 and i;ilt leaders was left ill
done II Is (he present Intention of
the president iiml his advisers lo give
i a m ess 1 test Itallier than fon-e
an extra sesi.m they would leave the
i . ii n I . i I l of the ailinllilsliallou's enli-
st iele aspirations to a new con-
gress icl winter which although
under Ileum mile .ontrol. will have a
greatly lediieed majority In the
Foremost In the euactlnenls of Ihe
SlMv (11 d coiiltcss were ;
ami military cniniulttees however
I conducted pul.lie hearings on Ihe suh-
I j.s-l III conii.s lluu with the military
j The eoiigrss also was luarkinl hy
I ilitferences hetHcen l'reslilenl Wilson
and I louiiM-rnlle senators over patron
age; a spirited cutest over coliflrnii.
ntii.n of noml s for (he federal re
serve hoard; two siiosful fllll listers
- one In (he summer session against
Ihe livers and haihors appropriation
hill and Ihe other the fight of Ifopuh
Ileal s and I .cmucralle allies against
Ihe ship purchase hill; an unsuccess-
ful effort 111 Hie senate to estahllsh.a
cloture rule I limit prolonged ilehate;
Institution of a smvII Inquiry Into
oiilslde Influences exerltsl against the
ship purchase I'll1 ; a general lolh In
vestlgiillon which extend. si for many
'i-i. .. i . . i i .-I . i .. . i
. o.r . in ci w o.H .sii inoiiH in.. l.ci ' . . f
.. i . . . months and proposal of an In.piliy
tin Vi.yne A lili li-l. I a riff law.
The f.sl. ! al reserve i.et re'ogiil.lng
the currency sv sem
Anil t rust laws to supplement the
Sherman act. Including Ihe Clayton j
law anil federal trade commission act.
Ihe forme providing for punishment I
llcaii Leader Mann Progressive Leader ))f u v liliiaU win. violate l.usliiesH
Murdock and Iteprescnli.tlve I inter
wood anil said III conclusion ;
' "I hie every men her of ihe house
will enjoy this long vacation If In
i the province of liod II tun mil to
1 he a long one. And I hope that the
Idessliigs of Hod luiiy rest on each
'and eveivniie those who are In is me
hack as well as those who retire to
I prlvule life. And niav (Jod hless us.
i In the senate some of the senators
j w ho are relliinu made fan-well
siee es. Meanwhile President II
I son win lei steadily In tils room en
suiting in cullers of his . a III t ii-t and
'Clint. its InicfW alio.it each hill and
signed aian.v measures lu .pilck hiiis
cewtlou. Among 111 most I ns nil. lit
regulations and the latter esliihllshlnK
a government Institution lo aid lu
keeping hiislness within the law.
Ilepetil of Ihe Panama Canal tolls
for exemption for American coastwise
Ael directing the hulldlng at a cost
ot km.(m N of a government rail
nail to the mineral fields of Alaska.
i to regulate cotton eViill.llges
and to H'iiii tlA" dealings lu purely
sh illative col ton future wiles.
A sMsial Internal revenue tax cum
muni) called Ihe 'war tav"
A goveriuuent war risk Insurance
In. lean to Insure American ships we.
against Ihe haarils of war. and all act low
With the fall of the gavel t.slay
many senators ..nil congressmen long
national figures passed Into private
life. Senators who retire are Hih.I of
New nurtoii. Ohio; Perkins
California; Thornton Louisiana; litis
tow Kansas; Stephenson Wisconsin;
Crawford South lmkola; Camden
Kentucky and White of Alahama
Ucpreseiitatlve I ndenv.ssl leaves the
house to go to Ihe senate. Scores of
representatives In the house j;lve way
to new uiciiiInts
(Continued on laat nag I
liolh actually and relatively too
providing for the liansfer of foreign
"Hack of these advances is the con
were Ihe neutrality renolullon msse.;ls
owned or hull! ships to American reg- : vlctlmi of the carriers I In. I IPey need
early litis morning a resolullou giving
in.slals In the "A. II. C." mediators
for their work at Ihe Niagara n.n
fercin-e and the regular appropriation
As the roll of Ihe unl Important
1.111s was Hilled In Ihe house cries of
.. ..b 'Ol... 'I ...1. .
on mines hut mine sweeocrs of the l- i ' et It g" er" rm Ihe f r sent
lies have Ihhii liusy within i mile and
a half of the forts destroy ln n Turk
Ish mine field detected hy a sharp
them one l.y one into the legislative
graveyard. They inusl he re-Introduced
If Hm'.v are to he renewed in the
Sixty fourth congress.
i lu the galleries a few of the faithful
Among other reliifons'iueul . vv hid lingered throughout the night aoli.e
are said now to make the fleet off the. M-rlu.w hy lausoiial Interest In
hanlaiielles iiutnlwr o.er fifty ships :H r that hill and Imping for an
N the Hrltlsl litllehl Caiiopus last i eleventh hour miracle; olhers kept out
heard of as anchored t.tf the Falkland f hHl- ls -urlosltv alone.
Ishin.ls In II c Falkliiui Isluu.ls .. . .n1i..u . . ...... i t.
last hours of any congress anil every
Increasing revenue hut that In secur
i if Hi ise measures which failed ofilng these revenues the carriers have
luuiuieiil or could not he considered exercised their liest Ju.lgui 'lit uh to
for lin k of lime the following are re- llm .tiinmiKlillnt on which Hie rate
curded hy Ihe I icmoerntle leaders as may he advanced and by .stlabllshliiK
paramount iu fairer i osrtliniueiit.
Hill for goveriimciil purchase or Tt also will la1 demotistri'ted by
hartcr of trans m enn sic ships for the 1 1 oinpllallon of figures that the addl
si.thllshiueui of an Aiiieiienn mer-I tloiial lnvi"slmeiit In road and eipilp
haul marine which encouiiterel tlieiinent la Is-lng taken care of hy bond
most stubborn filibuster In the history Issue ; that Is. by Imrrowiug rullier
ot the senate crealeil an insurgent than bv taking lu new partners by Ihu
JustHoiu Good a Waist You Can Buy
For Just One Dollar!
THAT (lepeinls entirely on where joii buy the waist. If you conic here we
en it jiroviile you with several extremely pretty nu.l entirely correct
styles in carefully nn.l ilcpeuilitbly iiimle whinIs at t li in very inoilcfHte price.
If vi ii have never seen these Wirthnior tno.lcls on sale here we would su
geM tlii.l you cuine in and see what surprisingly Hood waist one dollar will buy.
lu every "respect save price alone they're entirely unlike what so small a sum
w 11 buy elsewhere ami their sale til this price i made possible with us only
through" a most economical co-openitive plan which exists between the pro
(liic.r and ourselves. These WIUTll.MOK Waists arc sold here exclusively
Wirthmor Waists are always $1.00 though they are always worth more.
Foiii New Styles Ready Tomorrow.
Oklahoma City's Greatest Millinery
Department Offers For Friday 200
Stunning Spring Trimmed Hats
.lust L'HU hats in this sale at this special price.
Von will find small medium and hire;' sailors.
Close Fittiuu Turbans. I'okc Iv.iiincls. Tricorns
and ('.mtiiietitals. The materials are silk and
......... I !..... I.. .... . I
m k mi nit i miiiuiiuii ii'iin n imh t i i i cii . inuiii nun
'! luiiiiv!".! straws! The triiunuiiKs are imported
. I dainty flowers and fruits new fancy feather cf-
i I lects and line ruinous. I'.very popular culm- is
' iV represented. Mvery one individual and clexer.
WONDERFUL VALUES AT $5.00
Sewing Machines $39
The Standard Rotary
Join this Club at once pity five cents and you may select the
finest style of the finest machine ever made regularly listed ut
skti.i.lMI f.r $39.00 and paying ."ic more each week thuti the previous
week's payment soon makes it yours for life.
Sewing Machine Club Offer Ever Made
movement lu Hie letm -ratio ranks
an.! belli up g 'nil legl-hilloii for
H.s-ks of tiie last session
The Inimlgralloii 1111. Iinluillng u
llleracr test Tor i.iluilsslou of aliens.
sale of stock
( llffonl I borne clmlrnian of the
Iowa slate railway commission rc-
reseiillng oiHinents of Ihe a.lvau.-e In
a preliminary statement asserted auf
I""4- """-' flcleut time bail not Is illol for
b I'reshlenl Wilson an.l failed by s C llV(.s1(t v . u
narrow uiurgiu In lecass the house on!... '. ... ... .
(('oiitinu.sl I'roui I'nge One.)
a motion to cvcitiin the veto.
Conservation measures urged hy the
i resilient In .imie a new system for
leasing of Baler power sites and a
leasing M-tci ... open tha mineral
rosy ir.es of the counlrv.
Hill to eiilmge the measure of Dill
I) pine s.f ..veininent anil to eiteo.l
piuiulse ot iilllmale lnileM"luleiii'e to
I 'iliplin. s-o.c. a measure which
at I lie lieniuiu siii:iilrnn !Uler the i
co.M.ioii.il .if Ai.iiiIi-i.I V.i.i UiuU. '.'... !
onh . r. v.111. ..in... i.-.r I fllbxl uiilll u late hour last night
llrl'tlsh null ries r n ls I-.. 'cro ls began to return early
coniH.le to withdraw from the r bolng for some unusual development
Hon Is the Itrltlsl ti.riMslo boat ile lewaril their patience.
stiover eiilnr. bulll L'O veais ...ro ' t 'l:l"ia in the senate entered Into
In the political field Ii would ap 11 nnanli is consent iigns'iiient to cu
l'r lluil other iieiiinils lire nunltlng sl.ler nothing except the Indian con
the lead of the t'nlle.1 stales l.efore feieni-e icsirts on the Indian ami post j pa I Ihe house inn I was approved by
embarking on any course of action In ffe appropriations bills. The In. Hun :i "'in i tnuilllis"
pos.s) hv Premier Asiiullb's atuioun.s" then vvas taken up an.l all but a! HeL-ulailon bv Ihe Inlerslat.i corn-
iu.i.1 of the relallatory Isillcy of lhe!f.w seimlors left the chamber lo catch M"'r"' "f 1h "f rH"'
allies MeHiivvhile llrlllsh -lew-paisTs s1(r Imp s.surlll.s.. originally a part of
are expressing some uneasiness he I Vt that time there had lasu . itlo aduilnlstralloi.s a ill trust pro
.a Use ol the uufav orable lumressloi i. . .. .. . giain.
. ' nv unanimous cnuseiu ... .. .si n..ui . .
ll.e premlei s uiiiioiiuceiuent s.s"ins to I ' ..... on ml
have nut. I.- upon AmerlcHti public
.barrel ami l.soinoiive uispei t loi in tin
I'liiiiil.iin.' Ilcpnli-s Until Hal l.'iTI I Interstate coinineice c iiission Sc
Adv. 'ator Marline inade futile nli. mpls t.
-- - - -- - - i secure Hillside ration of a MM . ic.it i t
1A KVDOIvK WlimiVI ''" Is'""" safe lend of the conrresH. smong them 'heen able to maintain their prosrtles
...... " "'"Vil Smifa and Sloross I measures for federal road Imnrove- iliirlnir recent tear ui u l-l..r u.l
'nient. general waterway development. than ever Is-fore In their hlslorv
res I It m legislation eonteuiplnt
Nn chsc lielween private eltlxena
ever tried lu recorded blsiorv baa In
volv.sl such a atliM.dous sum of
money us Hint which Is ..( slake In
this prnewding" said Mr Thome.
"Thougl r liiv.wtlgatlou has not
lieen completed thai which we have
to offer will show conclusively as to
representative railroad companies in
"That the credit of these western
railway .-ompaulm Is heller than that
of representative eastern coinpanhs. In
any other Hue of business In the
l lilt.sl Slates;
"That the depression of Ihe past
or two. hills already agr.sil to l.v H
lionse. providing for a stamlanl apple if . k .Ir-u... iger ral.-s. was not particular t nr
Iv ged throughout the congress. '" '"e raiiro. in.ius.ry. nut nppneo
In nllltli.ii to Ihe foregoing scores it" business generally throughout Ihe
of general legislative bills .s.verlng a J world:
wide range of mibjeets died Willi th "Ttvat these enuules have been
UAKBEK QUITS OFFICE
KesJitlo.i 1'repared fur Intrii.lnrtioii
..In liegislalure I pb.lill( I'lilirlrs
af Ihe I'resldetil.
A Mlralglil einlorsi'iiient of the Wll
son a.luilnl-iiii.tioii Is In. " k icd lu
ii senate cii. ui rent lesolutlon l.y I n
gall. Cord -II and Mitchell of Ihe sen
Hte; MeCrurv. Simpson an.l (ioo.lwln
of the house which has been drawn
fur tntr-Mliti'ilou Int. the senate
Tiie resolution reads: "Whereat
the fourth of March Is the s.s'uiil an
tilversary .if Ihe Inauguration of I'res
I. let I W ilson and
'Whereas the country has I a I at
npiM.rtunlty lo know of the achieve
meuts of I'resldent Wilson k Hdmlnis
trarlon an.l his palrl.itl call In duly
In behalf of ( ) issiple
'llierefure be It resolved hy Ihe
senate and house of representatives of
the Ftfih legislature uf the state of
Oklahoma that we heartllv endorse
Sm.s ami Slories.
The house al I "'0 i ... k i flf
tisen lulu utes' re.es
then ... giinl.c.l the
sang ragtime and other -.digs Including
" oioilhvc. Mv l ovei. li II. ve" W ay
I low li Yonder In Ihe Coinfleld." "An-
nie I auric ' etc. KeprcM iitnilve lief
lit. of Alabama amused the member
bv Idling darkle stories When re-.-ess
was taken the boiis. n. Ihsui In
. oi.tlnuoiis session for Is I.. us and 50
The h .Use shortly before f) a. Hi.
agreiil In the coiifeieuce tesirt SI the
p.isicfri.. appropriation bill and then
recessed ilguln until It a in.
As agreed to In the ho.lse It earrlwl
the uillwa.v mall pay system confin-
ing llie railway mall pay to weight
basis an I ear spais used for areel.
A proviso was attached to the new
plan un .lei which the swtniaater gen-
eral or the railroad repreaentlliB M
1st ceul of the railroad mileage In
general innv pa..l to Ihe Interstate
oiiiiiierine is.uiiiilsslon to eatabllsn
.mil il in i.... ' reorganisation of the civil ervhs to
usual . horns tin I I prohibit liniH.rtntlou of is.nvlcl u.ad.c H1I1H lf . f- .rings and out
g.KMls. an.l seie.. ...e.su- .... reo. .h((l l1HH(.tH
g.nlaatlot. of the army
I lie lasi si"SS.o.l o. .lie . oimirss w .is
notable t.si for the failure of the
great Issues national prohibition and
woman a suffrage. Promised conslltu
iTiiler arounil Ihe one ipus.tli.ti:
Who shall my fur Ihe additions
and betlermcnl to railroad proS'rty.
thsial ameii Itnenls pr.s-ipltatisl two of "v pn"m interests .lemand la-tler
tin. nuwt exciting legislative baltlm In iservl.. safe lraiisHrtatloi and Im
the history of the bouse of represents j proved facilities but It also demands
tlves ImiII. n ensures falling to retire that the rallroH.ls Ihetnselves shall
a iiri-essarv two-third vote. Ihulld these ImproTeiuents ami the uuh
Korelgn relations of the nation were I lie will pay a reasonable return on
.s.nstantly to Ihe fore almost from tlie'lt value .liMlee delcruilne- that w
la ginning of congreHS. The Mexican ; HV fr their const rn. l Ion
and ismmiend ll.e a.linlnlsiratiot of whether the rate are reasonable. It
I'resldent WIIrom for the statesman
like manner lu which he has conduct
ui th affairs of the nation.
MJU It further resolved thai we com
mend him for the wisdom shown In
hit policy on behalf of pea.-e is.iiistii
lug not only Mexico but for the
strict nentraltly enjoined and main
tallied with the warrlnc nation of
I ha world.
"Be It further resolved thai ropltw
nf this revolution he duly signed and
. fotrwarded to President W'llaou tad
life ecraUry of alate."
Hltuatloti rUlrlng close alteiitlon
from the outset as ha the Kuropoan
war Throughout the neeidou tiie
pr esldenl an.l the senate foreign rela
tions cnmiulltce were In freuent egon-
feren.ss. and much wa doe to re
et i h I n unusyul demonstratl.Mia which
would 1. antlorle to report lt find
lug lo emigres fur actl.Hi. No appeal
to the cominlssliiu would lx allowed
until the rale had been In effect at
least oi.e year and thereafter such np
lieal could ! made only once In any
The enn.ermi.w report waa Imniedl
ately sent over to senate. The only
buHtnem awaiting the action of the
house when tt reeewsed was the confer
eu.-e rsrt on the Indian approprla
tlon bill which waa being filibustered
agaluat the aeoata.
and then pa.v nu annual relurii In the
railroads on Ihe Investment
u el. ste on (he assumption that the
stale I now practically Hie owner of
Ihe Institution and a prola" of the it f
fairs of the private owners of the asy
lum pris-rtv would be immaterial.
Uought KYehrr' ( ertlfiralrw.
Some of the private owners of the lu
htllullou are said lo have broiighl y
from WO.IHNi to IoIiiksi of the reis-lv-
er'a certificates of the Itef.met Capllol
National bank of which Ihe Oklahoma
Sanitarium was practically the only
asset for alsnil l!S cents on the dollar.
If this proves true the private owner
will realise a big profit on these cer
tlflcatc through a sale to the stale.
Tiie hroud of secrecy was thrown
iils.ut the asylum deal and no defln-
Ite confirmation could be had that the
agreement had Ikhmi reached until last
night although the deal was closed
some time Tuesday.
Hoy Hoffman and II. W. 1'entecost.
who purchased the receiver' sl.s k of
the Oklahoma Sanitarium company re
centlv for $l.tS(SHI have agreed with
the governor and sub committee of the
senate to sell their alock to the state
for tllSMMS). It I understood that
(fiivernor W'llllain. and Senators lln-
gau and CarisMiter of the sub-.sminilt-
tee practically forced the prlnctal
owner of the sanitarium stock to
agree to sell their stork for IllSl.tSSt
hv threatening that Ihe state would re
move Its Insane from the Norman in
The state Isaird of public affslrs
which had beeu making an Investiga-
tion of the value of the nltarlum
proTty reported that It Is worth
tltM.tHH) and Oiat the original coat of
all the pr..ierty was $'ArS)0(X). In ad
lltliai to the buildings the property in
Inde a UKVacre farm. and a herd
of cattle said to be worth 15sm.
Co.. I. Mas)
MIN ION 1H).AR RAIIWW
KI ND IS IIKI I) TO UK II I K(i L
CINCINNATI Mar.li II The ll
Hon dollar Insurance fund of the tM
tlmore and nldo Houlhwesteri rail
r.id oblaln.sl by contribution from
'the salaries f It employee has been
nel.l illegal lu i Hi lo III a de. lsbm hand
ed lu the .oiimiou plis court.
The is.urt upheld the contention of
a Nwliehninii wl. uc fr the amount
he had . ..ulrihiiied to the fund claim
lug that I he .nutrlhiltlon w ere com
pulaory. Attorneys aay the case will
I carried to the supreme court of
the I'nlted State.
If the ooiiiin. idea is.urt' ri.ll.or
I upheld the entire tuml will have lo
ne iitatritutted iim.Sig those who eon
tribute.! to II
OVfKD ALK COTTON STKAMKR
A(K0l NU BI'T SOT IN liANfiEB
BKAITOKT N. 0.. March 4-The
Hrltlah tramp ateamer Overdale 2.240
ton from Savannah to Havre with
.sit ton la aground near Cas Iiook-
outahoal. but In no danger. Captain
White and hi crew of 'i'l have declin-
ed to leave Ihe ship and am awaiting
the arrlvnl of a coast guard rutter.
BATES TO -fOAL TBI'HT
RKKF.RRfiU TO INVEMTIOATORH
WASHIVOTON. March t Oiargee
that the Southern railway bad d la-
criminated against certain Apiwiach-
In coal fields lu the Interests nf i
"coal trut" were referred t i the lu-
temtate eommen-e cotunitliin for Jn-
veettgatlon In res.rt t.slny by the
senate ulssininittee that luveatlgated
them. The report neld that only a
tiuwilou uf rates was Involved.
Was I 'oat muster Many Years and
l ook Civil Hen Ire Examination hut
Office Went to Democrat.
(iAIlllK.K. Ok. Mar.h 4. -After
more than twenty yeam' service as
postinaster here It. A. Oarls'r this
vviH'k stcw down and out an.l Is sue-
cee.lol by a OeuuHTat Alls-rt SU'b-
blus. A ptwloffliv wax established
In this place lu I HIM and J. U.
Hugh." wa apslutel isistmaster un-
der the Cleveland administration. Mr.
(iarlsT wa aisiiut.sl deputy at
master under Hughes and practically
t.s.k charge of the offhw. In IHlts
Mr. (larla-r was apis.lnliHl mtmater
by ('resident McKlnley and baa been
on the Job ever alnce.
iarlr I a fourtli-clss wt..ffl..
In the latter part of Taft's aduiluls-
t ration It was ordered that fourth
das stoffte he pla.swl In the civil
scrvl.e. When President Wilson came
Into Mwer this ruling was amended
so that lu changing Into a civil nervlce
form a eoiuis-tltlve elvll service ei
amlnatlon must he taken.
Such an examination was held here
tu which four t.s.k the examination
Including Mr. Carter and Mr. Kiel
bin. 'Die latter I a liem.sTSt and
secured the place.
REWARDS E0R STEAMER
THAT RAMMED SI UMARINE
LONDON March . The atatement
of the captain of the rullier Thordls
which arrived at Weymouth two day
ago that his vessel had rammed and
destroyed a Herman submarine off the
bench were substantiated. The cap-
tain and crew of the Thordls prob-
ably will reis-lve. In isjnueqnen.'e re-
wards amounting to GH(H) which
hat been offered by various agencies
to the first merchantman which sank
The Thordls went Into dry dock at
Plymouth t.slay. It wa then lean
ed one of her proller blndy had
been torn off and that her keel was
damaged badly Indicating the for
with which the craft struck the sub-
marine. H NERAI (IK ( REEI.MAN
IS HELD IN DERI IN
BERLIN March 4. The funeral of
James Crcelmau Hie American news-
pener correeiMUidcnt who .11. si here
February Vi. ws held yesterday at
the American church. Minister of
Korelgn Affair Von Jagow was rep-
resented at til aervhssj by iU uuclllor
NO 0FTIC1AL ME-HNaTTkh"
ON CAPTI RE OF DACIA
PARIS March 4. The American
embassy here ha not rewired Instruc
tion yet from Washington concerning
the American steamer De. la taken by
a French cruiser Into Rreat nor has
It had any communication from the
jTrench forerunieut on Uua vbjeot
FIGHT ON OVER
Senate Mixes It Over Section til th
Measure Sent Eroni lluuse an
Amended In Senate I nrecog nliabl)
The .riling si.hIoii of Ihe seiiat
res.ilv.sl itself Int.. a parlliiuientar
buttle over ll.e .ptestloti of whether v
not (In. general revenue hill from th
house should bv considered. Praetli
ally the entire foreu.aMi was passe
In u discussion of whether the 1.1
should be sent buck to Ihe cuuiu.llli
with Instructions to reineinlrt-r tli
section so that the measure would I
lidclllglhle anil to set out it he ainetu
menls that were made in the horn
bill by the senate committee ou rev
uue and taxation.
A mix up risstilt.sl over confusion I
niiuilsTlng the s.s'llons which reaolvt
Inself Into a regular monkey nu.l pa
rot time. Sometimes four or flv
is.lnts of order were pending at tl
same time. The senate finally worl
.si lis way out of the parliaments!
luaxe hy adopting a motion by Set)
tor Mcintosh of Iluruut to recoiuin
the hill with instructions to bring
hack Willi the s.s lloi.s numbered co
The fight on the bill was start
by Senator Davidson of Tulsa who
opM.sed to action of the committee I
adding a cctln which would vilalli
the Cainpls'll Russell corporation tl
distribution amendment to the const
tullou known ua acctlou l'.'a. The se
ate coin It lee which was eiMilroll.
hy friends of the Russell propositi.!
practically rewrote the house hi
without Indicating where the bou
measure had been amended. Benat
Davidson of Tulsa and Senator 1)
vis .if SspuliNt both declared th
thev were opposed to vltalliallira
section t'Ja Hud wanted to make i
os'ii fight against the proisislUa
but could not do so with tlm bill I
mainlng lu the form aa reorted fro
the senate committee.
At the time of the ms.n recess C
committee on revenue and taiatl.
was engaged In renumbering the at
Hons so that a report may be ma
lo the senate this aftermsMi. Aba
lutely no progress waa made ou tl
bill at the morning session.
BERNHARDT REACTION CAUSE
ERIENDS GRAVE WORI
BORDEAUX March 4. r- Bar
Bernhardt whose condition was ec
aldered excellent for several days i
ter the amputation of her right 1.
February 22 recently has felt a re
thai and her condition for the last
hours has caused her friends
anxiety. It waa announced by t
physicians Inst night however tt
i aha waa eouawbat bettea.
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Fields, John. The Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 26, No. 277, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 4, 1915, newspaper, March 4, 1915; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc169738/m1/8/: accessed May 24, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.