The Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 58, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 22, 1915 Page: 2 of 8
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liiJS OKLAHOMA Ult In
rUbtiDAY JUNK Hi
The Globe's Big Extra Special
BETTER GET YOUR SUMMER'S SUPPLY
St-rrrlarj Annnunrr Membership of
Committee Whirli Will Continue
Pan AinrrliHii lliisutrss HWatiims
VASlM;To. June Ivftulttf
Steps Willi' lllkrll IimIiiv by Secretary
Mi Adimiu . .uiiUuui- llii- otk of the
recent X'UU Awci Ivan fliiM in-lit 1 confer
rnoe mid lo further the t . I it of elimer
fliiHili-liil mid nitiiiuenhil relations he
Iweell the nations of tile western tieiu
Mr. Mi-AiIiki uiiido puhlh the names
of the representative of Hi- l ulled
Sillies he hlls selisted lo serve nil nil
liiteniiltloluil hlith . ii i in I - s ! it i mi mil
fii in laws mid He- 1 1 1 -1 1 1 1 shli of ii
iiinndtti-e to mushier :i visit or Ainer
linn hiisliu'ss men iii fhiiiiii'liis to
Central liinl South Aim-rlea He also
announced Hie pel si Mllll'l f..- the I lilt
fil Slntei of eighteen i'i!n:i neiil '.'roup
committee tthlih lire lo mushier the
special ueeilx of en. It of the count rles
represented nl Hie l is out i .nferein e
The Intertiatloiiiil rominlsslon Is lo
he iiuide iti of the n- Tesenliil It es of
the I'ldted Sliites uiimeil t.l:u Mr
Sli'Aili O II ml nine eis ii fi mn emit
dentil and Central Auierlinn mil ln
lo he liiilneil
In the ft 1 1 n n. uilnlsier
of each All
offh In I
Hie I'otllllllttees III.' nit
ninth s f (he fttHis!
Mult i nrnl '.siou nre:
Slates on the
Itnssett Mo r
VI Irlh n l : 1 1 ; .h
i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 : 111 I I'lsll i
Ore fhHlriniiii .lohu II l-'-ihey. I nil
ed Slides rliauihi-r f i oinuierro . inv-
111 R Frauds st iiN. : - iimiv.
We but jus) 1 1 1 1 1 I fully elliiprtl rlertrie slltips for fr
Itllilillli mill I'rvt iliilni); eciirl iitin s inntors. luelrfs t rillisfnl liirl s
roils Hiiil rtrl t tiling rli-i-tt iciil unv make. We eltlflllrrr lllltl rrrrl
ptitver ilanls. mills rlet alors I'm-iorics mill li(flitin plants. None
loo niiiiiII or ton large.
Phone Walnut 2530
Begins Wednesday Morning
We place on sale 2i dozen Men's All Silk Shirts in
beautiful new broad stripes black and while blue pur-
ple lavender pinks in tact every new color combina-
tion of this season's creation. They are truly extraordi-
nary because they are new ideas gotton out since the
season opened they are extra heavy fabric and guar-'
anteed washable. We want you to attend this sale ex-
pecting the greatest Silk Shirt values ev.xer ottered in
Oklahoma Qty. We guarantee you won't be disap-
pointed. THE BIG SHIRT ATTRACTION OF THE SEASON!
$5 Values $3.75
chairman' of lite luwrd of lite Vnlted
Slitles Steel corporation: II A Hep
I tti it. ('hue National hunk. New York;
IJcorge M Heviiohls Cniitliienlul Hiiil
Commercial Nutloliul hUllk. Chicago ;
Meitiv 1. I in s I s oil . of J. I'. Morn it ti
Mini i-i mi xiii ; Siiuiiiel I iitcruiu-r iitid
I'r l.eo S Itotte. secretary general
of the reeeitl conference.
AinotiL' Hie subjects which the re
cent colifereine Kilgi'esleil thntild he
oshleied lj the high comutliisloii
Here (he establishment of It gold
sliiniliird of tnlne hills of exchange
commercial pit per Hint hills of lading.
Illlllorui rlllsslfh'Htlillt of ll'i-n lllllldlse.
in-touts ri'L'iilnHoiiH trmle murks mid
piil nts uniform rule of posture urn
m i or I is pur el st Hlid II e elleli
"loll of the process of arbitration for
the il l liiliiu iil of i-oinnier ImI disputes
Mr M'Aihii ris-enlly slimiest. -d thill
this oolnllll' sloll meet 111 Ihlellos At
s November 1 next
Humhlng. I'h. Wal. HSO Tavlor llros
HurSTON' KKiKIs KOKK.ST
IKII' AH IWAIIAIIIK
WASIIIMiTilN .lime '.-J - Kr.xh
from ii lour of lite imtlniinl fun-Mi
Sti-relnrv Hollstiin In H letter to Chief
I i rosier tirnves. mmle ptihllc IimIiiv ili'-
si rll-ed lilt exin-rleiiii-M us "linnlUHhle''
mill expressed HpproVHl of the mirk of
the firit Kervhe.
The ecreliir HHhl he whs Impress
ed esss lliill with lite llltelllilelit Ht-
lllllde helweell the forest nervhe H lid
the users of the forests.
In ii stitieiueiit supplementing hit
letter Sis-tetnry llounlon mild he ni
ii il I nln i It Impressed with Hie need
of ImproM-iueiils In Hie I'lHonli- mi I
Ttisimm fnresis. Ailr.oiiH. whhli
noitlil ninke I he fiimotis Kninil cnityoli
mole inoesslhle to the pulilh'.
20 North Harvey.
CALL FOR MOKKSIIKLLS
Allien Mul Hate Them for Redemption
of World Says ( urrespomleiil ; .Mu-
nilioiu .Miiililer Consult
l.ONlKJ.N June SI. luvhl I.loyil
Ueorge miulster of mttitll Ions who re-
turned fniin u weekend hIhv lit Ho
loguo When- he riiiiHUlteil Albert
TIiouihk Kretn li utitler ws retmy of
nr oil the munitions tpltstn Is
foi uiliiK i oiiiuilllis s In Loudon mill
In nil iiiiinufiii 'turlng lo-.Mis to tn Ke
lltlMlllllIKe of eel posslldllly for III
it ill -I in; the priin lion of uitilillloiis.
This Is tlie K"'w'st piohlein iniifroiit
hi).' Hie n In nil tin 'liters of un!
The 'I lines this ue-mliii.' prlnls II
dlspiitrh f 1 1 Us eol ri'spoiiileul In
Ijislellt I unite who iis-erts Hull If
Hie I' rctn h tioops me lo drive home
their offensive In oierw helming foi e
lhi must use H lrcuieiiiiisy lln reus-
ed I'lllk of ll 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 l . The sHIiit- Irs
son t'omes for LngiHiid from the
Vm' re frmil. he points mil while the
let rent of the Itusshin it miles In (in
llihi htiiiiiuiTN II home Hgiiln.
The is i tespondi-nl shjs the d:ill.
lit 1 1 1 of shells l ertillnly Is inn ll
larger tlniii It whs four moiilhs iik
lllld t llllt It Is possllile I hut H reverse
sllpph of IIIIIUIIIIllll'ill U helllL' hull!
up mil ll more rnpldU Hum Is Hppiir
eiil Ht the front hill he inlds. "nhnt
we ItHVe eoine In Is the redemption
of the world hv nhells."
COULDN'T BLUFF CHIEF
llarher In ()uest of I ef si IJipmr Shin-
ineitt Approarhes Mrhols in Maimef
llial railed to Impress
After rending an older for Ihpior
from .Itistli-e of the I Vine liounell this
illuming t hief of I'olhs- M hols
scratched Ids hen I Ihotichtfullv and
II m. I don't know itl ill litis "
Well." replied lite stsker lifter III
IoxI'HiiIm I ilun't rare what ton know
Tin up here to get that whisky and
I in goliik' lo get It. so yott know that
right now "
"You are hey!" said the chief grim
It . pnltliiK Hie order lu his p kel.
"The whisky's up stHlrs (el ll "
' hun t ton think ton nu Muff me"
sliolitril the aiiurv tl-llor "I esine
up here for one thing mid thai ttas to
K- thai l oi.e. and I in ttolng to hnve
Ills vehellietit gestures close to
Chief Nichols' fais;. fulled to hrlng tin
ih-rel results and lie stormed out of
the offh-e hsivlitg a trail of threats In
his wske The thlrslv Indlildiial who
fulled to aeiMmplish his svownl Inten
tloti said hr was a harlHT In the 2m-hha-k
on South Koldtisoit.
Oklivhonia ' Railroad KepmuMitatlTea
I Are in Session Heir ( onslilerlni
Coming Ualr llaudllitf rroblrmi
I A cotton isiiiteutloii Is In session Ht
lite I .is lltii kins hotel this aftermsin.
The isinvenlloii was culled ly A. H.
I lodge. sns rliiteiilenl of the isittoii
ileparttnent of the Western Hallway In
All the mhs in the state nre repre-
sented and plans will lie adopted fur
(he handling of next year's cotton crop
The Prlseo Is represented by Mr.
Connelr. assistant general freight
agent: the Km k Islimd hy W. O. Iliiif
(er freight rlnlm agent of Chicago
ami It. K. Palmer lo. al freight agent ;
the Katy hy C. II ralmer anil lisal
freight agent ; the Santa Ke hy W. K.
Etter miNrtntriilent al Arkansas City.
J. 0. Harnett asalatant gejwral freight
agent at Towka. Kalis 4nd Jiutra
Puroell. traoaoortatlo lunpeitot from
FOR $2 HOUSES
Four Million Dollar Movie Cor-
poratlon Formed For Extra-
INCE AND SENNETT ARE IN DEAL
N ull direct men of wi'iillli are effect
lug a 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 it t i 1 1 (if mullein picture
productloiy Mi he placed In coui-tl
t 'on Willi lie principal Hit-ultra of i
till' country "-' A company will Is' In-
mi'iHii'Mti'il here In u day or two to
control the output of ( lie foremost
uiolloli picture directors In the world. I
II 10 Altken Iiiih Ill-ought iilnjiit (lie i
ueiil u ml
bus secured tin- services!
of l. W. tirlfflll
I lie creator of one
of the hlggest mot Inn ilclurv-j of the I
day. TIiiiiiiiim II. luce whose work lit;
reproducing frontier scenes In the
west Is well known uud Mack -Sen
Hell i Ten tor of the iHiplilir Keystone
i-omislleN. These dins tors will turu
out pictun-H will. Ii ure to he liiclud
ed In weekly program In u i-hulii
of theiiters where the J scale of prhs-s
will prevail. A fl.iKMi.IKiu comimiiy
has hi-eii foruied tltli Mr. A It ken ut
Its head and hss luted with hlui will
he a glotii of fiiinin lers who are. for
the first tllite g-'im; Into lite utotlnii
picture hiisliiess In which (irlffllli.
luce. Sellllett Hituiiialin Kilssel Wall
slreel iiilei'i'sts ami the Western t ill
poll loiiipitny v( l.oiuloli Kiigland
will he lite leading flumes.
II Is pin lined In intiUe Hie new or
giililzntloli the largest thing yet run
ceheil to develop lite iiinllou picture
Imluslrli'H. The liiiihUniiers will he
lit New York wllli hriilich offices III
Inn I m I'n lis Vienna I'etrograd
Koine Kit rit'ltiiiti mid Smith America.
The new i-oiiililniuloii has mnulreil
control of a chain of theaters through
the world with a central house on
llroadway. where the iillractloiis Willi
he given their first hearing. These I
production will he made on an elali I
orate scale Hlid are to lie presented
lit the saute (irh s as are rltHrged for
Hie In-st !nsK of silken ilraiuas.
The dlrei-tors who will supervise
the new- productions have long Is-en i
reciunlxed us lenders 111 their ress-c-1
live fields. I'loiiiliieiit stars of the
American and Kiuopean stage have
Is'i'ii engaged along with several uio-
Hon ilclure Ktnis. Well known an
lliors and Illustrators will provide the
reipiired material lo he placed UmiIi !
the screen. Kiiiin-us coiniKers will:
wotk lu conjlistloii with these fons-s I
to supply the ntn-l' iil ansuitiaiiliiieuts '
to the different stories. The new ill-
rectors are decline I to have iilrt-adv
produced siifflcleiit uiHterlHl to supply
Hie orgilidr.iilloli's linuieillate deiiiainls
for the new- i iinipiilgii. Kverylhlng
they pioilure wl'l Is- under the ft
luslve i niilnd i f the new company.
and will he roiiii-d uT the chain of
thrillers to I merged Into tUe sim-1
hliuitloii. The nniinnl earnings of the'
film Interests f the rnnntry are not
fur short - f u hIMIon dollars nt pns
lit. It I- expected that litis llew
arrani.'1'meiil will raise Hw rigure
nhove Unit mark.
For NcHl.nf-s and Is of Appetite
The m l Siniularil general strength
enlhg I'll-- t.KDVKM TASTKI.KSS
' hill 1 1 1 N It' drives nut Mslarla and
luillds up the system. A trni toltlr.
A sure Ap-n.er For adulls and
Tlie follow lug dis Ulons were hand
ed down tie lav hy the supreme court.
Justin- Turner -A". W. Miller .-
lirotrr C. l oNoiii Clus'tHW isitint.- dls
trlcl etiurt n-v-rwsl and r'-ieiiuiusl ;
He elvers of the Frisco vs. isirisiratloli
ciiuiuilsslo'i and state affirmed; Sun
ta I i- vs. ihe stnte. ami i-orisirall ui
Jiislh-e Hrown J. T. Krlziell vs.
Th anas w M 1 1 n in. Oklahoma county
district court affirmed.
The follow Iiik are opinions from the
liltlslon No. I.
Commissioner Collier -Wellsvllle (HI
I'ouiptnn ts Martha Miller el al.. Hog
era county dlsirh-t court dismissed.
Commissioner Thacker - Cltt of Imii
cun ts I A Thlwell Steihens county
district i mi 1 1 reersed.
IHtlslon No. I
Coiiuulssloiier Hrell Continental
;in compiiiiy vs. C. V. Sullivan re
versed with Instructions; 8clusl dis-
trict No 7 of Johnston ismnty vs. K. s.
Siilllvnn. .lohtistim ciHiiitv district
court dismissed; tieorge V. Tole vs.
Miiry 11 Carlwrlght Oklahoma 11111111 y
siis-rlor court reverseil and remamletl.
DistriH No. S
Coininlssh r Hleakmore--l'enn Mut-
ual coutpaitt ts It. V. Hiaiildliiit et al
Milskogis- dlslrhl eolirt. nfflrmed;
llartlesvllle Washington county ills
trlrt rmirt. afflriuisj.
Commissioner lllllenhouse - City of
I'litean ts. iora lielaney I.eKhm-
ismiily illHelrlct court reveraexl and re-
manded; The Mill OH and t!aa rompa
nay vs J. M White et al.. Creek
mnnly district court rernwd and re
M. Hurt -ii vs A M. U Holt tlklahoma
iiiumy roiirl. afflnneil.
Commissioner Uudley E. H. Terry
and K. iKiwtleu vs. Nettle Jones et al.
Oklahoma county district court re-
versal and remanded; C. I W'eM et
al.. vs Kalle l.ogan ChiK-taw emiutj
.district court nfflrnusl
Ditlslofl No 4
Ciitiimlsslouer Watla Herman Stale
dank vs. W. J. Hemils et al.. Kiowa
iiiiiiilt dlsirh-t court affirmed j Holmes
and lllhhurd Mortgage company vs
Ardniore National hank Carter issue
ty district roiirt. afflrmexl.
'0111 in Issloner Matt hewra t'otit liien
lal lusuism-e rouipany T. K. C.
I'liaiire. Hoger Mills (sitllity district
siHirt. reverseil ami remanded ; irpr-
111 11 11 American Insnranee rompany va.
Kdward 1 Hoger Mills nmnty nmrt
reverseil anil remanded; pkMith Teiaa
l.iiiiilHr itmiiHiny va. C. C- Kpu t al..
Jefferson ismiily dlatrlrt Court af-
firmed. Hut If a girl ta lucllnejl to he a
IdiNide aha all! be In aplta of tvr-
DAI OIITKItS HUM)
AFTKK IS VK.VK.S
HolSK. Iilalio. Jnne 22
Mis. V. C. Denlsou of Waco
'1'eias. hits met here two diiugli
tera the hud not heard of for
-H jcui s.
In IMI Mrs. Henlson hud
left them children of 7 ami 4
respectively with her father lu
Tes while she went to anoth-
er part of the slate to Join
her hushaml. lietnrnliig a few-
months later he found her filth
er hud given the girls away for
adoption. She suvs he refused
to give any further Information
and died without revealing the
Lust January a in phew found
an old letter that gave a clue
and mi extensive corresHinU-
cure finally hunted one (laugh
ter In llolse and the other at
Caldwell thirty miles west of
till' place. Ilolh are married
and have families. Thcv hate
lived here for i;i years ttilh
f Ihrlr foster parents. Mr. and
! Mrs. A. I.. Ituhl. The diiugli
f trrs arc Mrs W O Miller of
' Holse and Mm. K. ('. Ilaniuiii
f of Caldwell.
EMBRV VS PRUIEn
It Waa So at Inception of Litigation
Over tinuidfathisr Clause and Is So-
Today In Crimliud lYlai
(Nuinty Allorney John lOmhry waa
coiigrutultited ninny times today on
Ihe result irf the decision In the sn
l""tn uirt of the l ulled Stiiles on
Ihe grandfather clause. The county
attorney tvus htisy niosl of the time
In the trial of the Molina' murder
rase hut ninny messages were tele
phoned to his offh-e to he delivered to
It Is due to Knihr.v' utile presenta-
tion of the rase some of Ills friends
say that Ihe mint was ahle to ms' It
so rlrarly. Kmhrt prosecuted the eler
lion cases 011 which the decision tvus
finally made and followed theiu up
to Ihe supremo i-olirt of the 1'nlteil
Slates 'hie decision handed down hy
the court yesterday follows the lan-
guage of his hrlef very clotely all Ihe
Friends of the proesnt oountv attor-
ney are saving dsluy (hut he I111I
shown himself tn he one of the ahlesf
Imtters In the I'ldted Slutes. The
election cases 011 which the graildfalti
er law was kmsked mil were prosecut-
ed without n flaw and the argument
made In the case hy Fmhry nre con
Today the attorney who KUnssleil
In knocking out the grandfather
law Is trying a murder cause In isnirt.
opisistsl hy Moinnii IVulett. who was
Indicted while (rtlng to enfon-p the
law that has now hren declared un
AID TO MOrOK RACING
Kulea (.overnlng Automobile KveiiU
tfk.. Ikl4 tmr .
sin tiri irarai will UIVO Imptstua
To ( only Fair t arda
The organization of tbo Internation-
al Motor Contest ussislutluu ttblch
"III hate charge of all dirt tnnk rul-
ing I'i' HUloliiiihlles lu believed to Is-
one of the most luisirUint utvM u (he
Interest of such sMirt Hint hus bceu
tukeu for some time and will go u
long wuy In rllmlniitlng any contro
versles thut might huve existed here-
tofore. Kvery effort will be luinle hv
the oflhsTs of the association to lui
prote dirt truck rui-liig ami the lidd-
ing of races on trucks not properly
prolistetl ami by pailhlpniils not
tUliflei will be dlsrouraged.
The luleriialloniil Motor Contest as
siM-latloii Is (oiuHisei of represeiila-
lives of half a thousand dirt tracks In
the Tutted States and Canada and
they have Just adopted a net f rules
which will Justly govern uutuuinhlle
racing on tbese circles.
Tlie officers of the ssm1h!Iii are
;. W. t l.lnson lietrolt. president;
J. C. Simpson Mainline Mleh t in-
president and I. S Muhnti Oklahoma
City sei-reiary treasurer.
Just the Meat
Of the Corn
Not the tough outer
husk nor the germ-
Goes to make
Skilful cooking develops the real corn flavourthe nourishment and sweet-- :
nessot the true sweet meat of the kcrnals. The corn is then seasoned with sugar -and
salt rolled and toasted to appetizing golden-brown flakes.
They tumble from the big ovens pass directly into the familiar big yellow '.-
cartons and are sealed in germ-proof dust-proof wax wrapping. You get Post ; ;
Toasties factory-fresh as crisp pure and wholesome Is when they leave the
ovens. ; "v
After you have known the true goodness of these sweet meats of the corn' '
you'll realize why folks everywhere are demanding the
Superior Corn Flakes
and Post Toasties cost no more than the ordinary brands of "corn flakei." To get . !
the best insist upon the distinctive brand Pott Toutict. .
i ' '
V sold by Grocers everywhere -r
KWnnt line of IW Wash Suits ; Hizrs 3 to 9 in Art r A
till of the very beat new atyles. 76o to JS S I)
Boy! v.vr;rw:i:u.;:::-z "iv'":- -
Epot faah. f 4l"r Voiles
Low Kxpetiae; nt-ll 0r"ll
no deJIver) ; no iPt m av sjs. nd ""ress
rail afford. T'mmm-3& IOCyd.
ECHOES OF THE STREETS
Mr. K. M. Klggliis has resdned m
Katy i klnghoiise clerk ami will take
Ihe siiine Hsiitlon with ihe Hock Is-
land. Mr. Hlggtns will be succeeded
hy I'. o. Wilson of Osage oklu.
Numbing Repair Hutoi WaJ 1371.
liun Harvey Is rharfed in an In-
formutloii filed In Justice McW llllauis'
court with the theft of an automobile
on April I'd from II. K. Cheatham of
No. J West Iax-usI street. According
lo the Information Harvey stole a Kord
cur uiitl Ihe owner flxet lis value at
Wednemlay evening the Inlty Kplrlt-
uallst church will give au ice cream
and lawn aoclul at VSH West Collfornla
slriH-t A nice program Is planned.
The supreme rourt today denied au-
pllcHtloii for a reheurlng lu the case
of Ktl l.liiihli'uui treasurer of ChiH-tuw
county which Involved what la known
as the CainpU'll Itttssell amendment. A
dts-lsloii on the prositUni was handed
down by the court recently In which
it was held that the amendment wui
not self -executing and that It would
require an act of the legislature to
make It effective. The act had to do
with the distribution of tuxes In coun-
ties 111 curding to the scholastic aipti-
iatloti. The Oklahoma state board of txaiD-
lucrs In optometry will conduct exam
Illations nt the le-llnckliia hotel June
mid 'JU. Fifteen applicants: have
leglslereil for Ihe examinations.
l.lfenufi to marry have hen itaiied
to V. Ft KrejN. XI and Miss Polly
Vim Ss'iurr. Ill Cushlng; Willie
riclds Oklahoma City uud Miss
r.uilly liislson. ;! Wlchlla.
( Irrle No. 5 of the First Metliodikt
church will uiei't tomorrovr afteniiMin
at '.':.' o'chs k at the home of Mrs. .
J Thompson fsa Kast Ninth street.
Mrs Tlioinison will Is- assisted in en-
tertaining the circle by Mrs. R. J. ol-
ney. Mrs. A. I. Miller and Mrs. 0. Pey-
ton. The feature of the session will
ls narration of how- each uirmlier
earned "Her flollar."
LOOKS I IKK GOOD SHOW
SKAMON AIIKAU KOR 0. C.
Fred Wets utanuger of the Overhol
I ser theater started for New York to-
; day to urrange the Isjokliigs for the
1 theater during the coming season. Au
I unusually good list of allow wilt ap
(let tliune little fellttWH feiuly for.
the "(Jraiul atul (ilnriiiiiH Ultl
Fourth of .Inly." All articlea urn
uow redui'i'J iu our
Rnd you can fit them up at prieru
mil afford cluriiiK our
pear In Oklahoma City next winter
it is said us several of the largest
hiHiklng agencies have been In com
tuunlcntloii with the theater manage
went following Die sinking sins-ess
which the productions of a higher or
der have received here.
SEA I ED AND liOILL(J
Yolranle Dlnturtuuire Causes Karth-
quake In Japan and Tidal Wates;
House Are Damaged
ToKlo. June r.-ltcs.rts of a ler
rlfying volcanic eruption at sea. souili
of Japan bate lieen broughl into Yo-
kohama h) liicoiulng sleauieis. The
dlslurbaiKV Is regurdeil here us u dl
rect cause of an eurtliiiuuke lu Cent nil
Jupau yesteniuy the alrongest lu sev-
eral years. The utlnor explosion took
place June lit at H.M a. m. Its hs-a
Hon Is given ns about 70 miles south
east of HhiIiIJo island which Is r.n
miles dlret tly south of Yokohuiiia A
pillar of fire ami dense auioke obsnir-
ed the sun and turned day Into night.
Huge rorks and uuiintltles of hivu
rnlnisj down into the sea and the wat-
ers ar dscrllied a becoming "red mid
holllng." The iteaiuers which ohsert
eil (he disturbance were struck by ti-
dal win but esniss injury.
The eurthguuke In Japan yesterday
damaged a nuinlK-r of houses lu Tokhi
hut there were 110 casualties.
CANNOT DKCIDK HOW KXPRESS
C0MPANIK8 SHU BE A.SfsTSSKI)
The stnte Imard of etpiajlnatlnn to-
day assessed the Oil KleliTs and Santa
Fe railroad as a whole In the sum
of 1411070 The mud Is 0.S6 miles
In length ami hs-ated In the oil fields
lu the vicinity of Ollton.
Relative to the assessing of express
couiiaiiles the hoard will decide
whether It will will Is- done under
the netv law whhh provides for 4 r
cent grosj reivlpts lax. or on the 11 I
valorem system as provide I In the old
law. The netv law heruuio os'rnllte
after several of the rouisinles had
filed their re ort the latter helug
made under the provisions of the old
Intl. A i-otnnilttee was selecled from
the I ma r I to take the matter up with
the attorney general.
NEPHEWS OK POPK ARK
FHiHTIMi WITH ITALY
Ro.MK June Tl Three nephews of
Pos Ilenisllcl nous of his sister tire
at the front with the Italian army.
Another nephew the mm of Admiral
Delia Chlesn. who preparing to re-
join his regiment was received hy the
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Fields, John. The Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 58, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 22, 1915, newspaper, June 22, 1915; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc169815/m1/2/: accessed May 16, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.