The Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 58, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 22, 1915 Page: 4 of 8
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THE OKLAHOMA CITY TIMES.
TUESDAY JUNE 22 1015.
The Oklahoma City Times
THK TIMES COMPANY.
I and Writ Main atraat.
Tfifi.h... r. n. v m.
JOHN riBI.lt Bdltor
FRANK l. NOkTIII'r. RnilMiiaiMHt.
Vulillalinl nny rrnlug ampt Hilu'f.
Krlilar It roiubliiatlun of ilall) sua
Mruibtr Auillt Hurtau of Circulations.
hKi'iu.hl aiuui IiiIsiI I'ra.a ..;ttriiuos
KoterrU ai v-miil.(-lunt uutiir A'lf Tt
1W1U. it th ialrric at Oklahoma City
Oklahoma uudar inr Art ( kiircb a
HOW I'OHTI.WI t.KTS F.VMK
There arc ninny wns nf tittiiliiliiK
funic liul llii' i II n
.1 I' i linn. I lire I
tins found it new imii'.
clal rlllli nf tlml city
nf fU fur even liulc
lllll ltM lllll tlllll I II II III
offers a prlre i
as large us a
f.niinl In the1
stnvt imviMiii'iils llifii' j
' There arc other rifles with streets
Hn ucll hi ' I us l'i 11 IkihI. very 1 1 k t I .
lull they lime liul llii' nere ti make'
Mlill mi lifter. It Is ill mill fill If a i
Imlr III till- pa M'llli'lll lis III I Hi' IIS III
mini's hill niiilil lie fuiiiiil In mi) slri'i't
iuwiii.iit III (H.IiiIiiiiiim lily h.i well
lire Hie streets limln'il nfli'i' Iml no
hody eve- ll..ic f offering a prize
fur the finding of one.
uf eoliimel'ee !nll liul
cuiifldeiice In Hie si n et ilcpa rtnient uf
the city tu iiuike sin h mi uffer. al
llh.iicli It w.iiild imt he uilspliiced.
I'urt liiinl tin s heen tlvcn wide puh
llilly mi ii illil uf the uffer how
ever mid aside from Hint ll may save
the .In thousands nf ilnlhirs In dam
Hue suits. If there Is a hole In the
pMM'ineiil a- lint'e us a Hum's hut
It mat he the illilse uf all accident.
M in ll deic!is nil lis depth of course
hut it vm. iilil l.i cieai to pay $10 fur
the kiiuwledice Hint there Is such a
plu e. wlili li can he repaired hefure
there Is an ac I. lent mid n resiiltltiK
Hut r.iilliui.l's Idea is nut sn in in -li
tu iivuhl ihimiic.e suits iis lii ii hi I; c
Us pined slieels perfect which Is a
fur inure hiudahle amhltluii. To offer
H lewiird for the flmllnu of ilefectlvf
places In the street pavements means
nf cuiii'se that Ihe.v are kept III er
fcil repair. There are cities w here I
such nn uffer wuiihl hank'nipl Hie
lieiisiiry In Iwn days. The holes are
mi numerous that the man who went
..ut tu hunt fur them at 110 en.li
i. .ill. I heeuiiie immensely wealthy In
half ii ilav.
Itl I) VIS 10K IHII1KS
-e are Lad days fur the hahles
healed rHmi when disease
iiluiut mid iiw nils hii upHr
tindty to eel III them. Ill these days
the luiliy's life Is tliri'ateiied unless
eMraoidliHiJ' t'le )s taken I')' those
who have ihMgtl uf It And liere'1
hoplnc that evory hahy's own mother
Is lo.illuc after Its welfare ut this
tlnie when the llltle one Is In muh
din- need of It.
This Is n hnliy Inn. I. mix how - the
I nlted States of Atactic. We raise
them here Hie kind of hahles that
are In he found now here else on earlli.
Ihc fart Is I lint we like hahles hel
til 1 1 1 ll 11 llllMllIng else lllll gll all of l
us do not admit It Those nf IH whit'"
bine no baby want one .and we wel
mine others its Hie years go on. We
may tire of automobiles and everjr-
Ihlntr else Hint may be used as play-
Uincs. but never of a baby.
Hi Is n well known fact mid will Imt
kg disputed I tin r nil wuiueti hive babies
to dl-lra. lion. Men may pretend to
lie MiH'i'lor beings ami far above the
soft liiipeiu hmetii hut let any many
11 down and have placed In his arms
the liny bit . f Immunity that Is all
his own nml his hunt swells with:
.rhe When the little band grasps
Ids finer so Iiiil'c and rough com-
pared with that of the stranger there
w IN up In his heart a fountain of
b ve and lemli rness sin h as he never
felt befm-e In all his life.
elliii.e the feeling
fur the first time know ll Is great to
be a f.'i I In l The f 1 1 -1 time n llillll
lieiiniios a father he feels so large
nml lni'tliinl Hint he Is afraid the
world will Hp over If he walks around
on It very mm h
He thinks there
nine dancer of the sidewalk living
III If he puts his whole weight upon
hen the baby cutties It brings love
With It a new kind of bve Hint Is all
Its own. and stnv and happiness are
mixed up In ll No wonder then we
dread the hisibsl season for the baby's
aake and make preparations lo ward
off the diseases that lurk then In the
Vicinity nf the plme where the
previous Utile utie dwells.
tVANINd OF THK CHAMPION
It Is easy tu Imagine that a sadness
baa come over the promoter w ho creates
prlr.e ring champion hy dint of train
lug and advertising and a little fight
lug. Tills Hue of reasoning la brought
IxMlt hy the fate of the latest chain
plou In the heavyweight class -the
rell kuown Jena W'lllard oinv a risil
dent of Oklahoma City and now chaiu
ploti of tie world.
In the old days the ring champion
a on his title and then went upon the
tage where lie harvested golden
aetlU ou eeount of hli reputation
(t wan not necessary for Ida to have
njr histrionic blllty." It .was called
nudevllle or anything ele that cam
fonrenlently to the mind uf the pro
moter. T1m champion gar boxing
ahlhttlon oo the (Up and audlie!
filled the house t a dollar or more a
bead Just to see lilm.
All at diii. though tliu people who
hail been 'paying that price to see a
rliHiUlou give an Inferior exhibition
of bis skill and exhibit IiIk beef -lctit
became aware of 'tin fact that they
We If Mug lillkisl. They unit going to
see ihiiuiptous mi llii' uniili'vllli' slm:e
ami elsewhere n tit I I lie result was a
slump In tht i'lillilllnii business. VII
hinl was Ihf flrMt tu feel the effciti uf
ttu slump lit' went mil mi tin clr
cult w It li au in -t Hint vwis hastily run
struded luit wlili h was very nun li like
thnsi' that luiil Kime before. It In
eluded a boxing exhibition mid a nlnttt
of I lie ehampluu lint It illiln't take.
'I'lie show hlmvcd up lo Use nn expres
slim fanilllar tu (Iiunc tin tUe static.
The Inilli'iitliiiiM are tliul Hie rlniin
pb.li of Hie present and Hie fiilnre nill
lime tu rl h 1 1 1 fur Ills money 'i in- nt
telldllllre III l hlllllplolisldp hollt-i I
a (treat as It used tu lie. I.ut thei mv
still sM.rls cihiiii;li In Hie world In
make a real field a paying iitlrii.il. hi
It Is hard wmk. all right mm h harder
than giving mi exhibition before u
large aildleiiee In a theater hut ll will
tune to he ilniie. In oilier words. Hie
puhlh' Is nn in Hie gume and easy
money for the Iss-f.v rhaiiiphiu Is m.
longer to lie had.
It Is not always necessary to have
u presh HKi-Nt. In fuel there V Mines
1(. rt.t M v (. .
IH t ( in . M
Miu.iiy. s. ns n ictr fiium and
money Ketter accorilliii; tu Ids pics
lik'i'lit left an estate liuiouiitlliK to
uiilv $S.KNi. U press lie in said lie
received that much every month.
Marshall I'. Wilder humorist and liv-
lurer who died In Junuary. (eft
press a celt ( I
JWI.(MI. He hml no!
' tell the Wui Id he w as !
ll was u selfevldeiit
. " I
I he sul.Ject uf tariff revision Is not
"lie uf out- trouhles now at any rale 1
for which Nome of us may flml lime 1
to he truly thankful.
According to the calendar summer
Is here and there are other proofs of
w hich Is not necessary to scnk ut
' HK IIOI'KI) tOKKVKK
The Mm Walt she's golnc to sine
her last song
The Mr Hnlly! If Its really her
last. I'll wait.
J U s
Beth (he Girl Who Wenl Right.
Recorded by Ethel Lloyd Patterson.
( upTrtlbt m3
No. 6-The Wife
( O O O O O II O (I ll (t O 11 (t (1 O It
O THK mmm eauardlc af m man It
.1 a umr a th.i .u r.nnol II
''""'h him llhonl nnnl.hlm rtrn II
O mart cmrlly kla Innacfat tlcllma. 'I
mvrm arvniy nia innfrm iit'iinia
(I O (I 0 O O O (I O II O 11 II II U II O
And au It hapiMMied that night when
Stella came to our room after the the
iter ahe found me cuddled up In bed
with my fare to the wall. 1 bad been
crying hut I did not want my friend
to It. Stella however was of the
kind wins eyes are sharp for s-oplu
In trouble. At first after she had
closed t lie door she evidently thought
I was alisp. which was what 1 had
hos'd. She tiptoed across tu tin.'
dresser and began to take off her hat
Thru 1 full thuilgh 1 could not sis)
her that ahe had paused iiud was lis
teuliig to my breathing. Try as 1
might t ho little sobs which were the
li ... i..y .. were
still shaking me at Intervals I do
not think Stella was ipdet fur more
than half a minute before she walked
" '. "'3 "" l'"
l.uLI. ..u.lul.l.. ..... ..... !...
nn i in on my snouiiier.
I "What'a the trouble
; asked. "Out with It !"
i wanted to struggle against telling
.her. hut also Instinctively 1 wanted
sympathy and advliv
And also 1
' Wtifxv is-rfectly If Stella had made up
ner nnmi tu nml nut wtial was the!
matter with me find It out she would I
sisitier or later ll was saving of j
time therefore to roll mer and tell her
lt Marlon. I said. And then in
spile of myself the tears came Into
my eyes again.
"Oh U.rdy!" said StelU. "Why Is
It always In any family there Is Just
one who always gets It In the neck?
Ami It a usualy the little one. You
know what Id do with Marlon If she
weru my sister? I'd lat her that
what I'd Oo!"
Mr friend saw my eyes go round
and laughed at me.
"( if course I don't mean that really
Keth" she said. "I kuow how you
f'sd. I Hiippuse If I had a slater I'd
he Just as fistllsh over her aa you are
over Marlon. Come on now tell me
what she's Is'eu up to."
At niu I Miured nut mjr atory of
my sister double salary although
he only had half the work 1 had In
our prisluctlon. Of Mr. Marlowe's
offer to advance money to her should
she need It. And finally of his paying
to get her rit out of the place In
which ahe had pawned It. I aat up In
bed aud pushed my hair from uiv fore-
head. "You his.' wheer It'a all leading.
Stella !" I cried. "She a ao foolish that
man will get her hols-Usisly In his
debt and then ahe will he afraid to
refuse any of his Invitations 1 asked
her tu tell me thla afternoon how
much h owed him now. I would I
willing to tall lugrthlng I nav to pay
WAR LOSS IN MEN
Figures on the losses of the principal power tiiKiis:eil In the wnr
furnished by the Ited (loss and inu.le pilldlc today In I ' r K. Zlegler
lluperlul (o-runiil Consul III lieliviT. Illustrates the Immensity of the
conflict now raging In Kurujie. Asia and Africa. Thcc figures coiisil
lule the first aiithentle Information regarding losses -iistnlned hy the
Ihiwci'n since the Is-glnnlng of hostilities. The total killed In the first
six i i( lis of fighting was 111.010 ilhlihsl as fi.lli.M-
(iermaii) 4RIKH); Austria 3 1 1 .tKMI ; Knuire. I6IHI; (.nut Itrltalu
1 16.000 ; Kussln. TM.Om.
The Ioksw of the IlulKhiiis. Sei'ldans Moiileiii'rliis. Turks ami .lap
niicse are not Included III the siiuiuiiii . exact figures uol IicIiik oh
I ti i mi 1 1 It'.
The Utsl Crnss nsdids sliow that every day of the war up to March
I the losses of nil I he countries enpip'd averaged 4t:lou div hied us ful
lows: 1 trail. In. I Hi; w oiindeil "JILikki ; prisoners S:(ihi. I'he Jutul lossts
of Hie allies nveraxeil 'JS.IKNI dally while tluwe of the central powers
i.ciiiiniiy and Austria Hungary iivern.sl .';.:ini a day.
Follow InK Is the Ited Cn- complete tahle:
(enniuiy. Austria. Kmnre. (irt. Britain. Kussla TnlaU.
Dead IH'J.OOd HI 1.1)0(1 IGI.UIIII HH.tKMJ iiU.IMll) 2IUi.0IM)
SllKhtl uoiintled 7bllMIU 6IH.0IMI
St rluusly wuundeil 97.INKI 8:1000
rriMHiers JXi.UtHI lKH.OOO
Aiislrittienimim Have 1610000 Prisoners.
Hl'ltl.lN .1 lino The prlsiiners Inkeii hv the tinman ami Aiistnt-
HuiiKitrhin ii miles up In June II tolnlled l.tlln.iNHi ac 'i llim I" the tin
x ti tin n Slants Zettiunj. They are dhldisl ns follown:
Itiisslan. l.'.'Pi.iKKi ; lieiiih L'.'m.ihhi ; liilllsh ''I.im.hi l:.'l(;liiu 41000;
The Times Oracle Microbes el al
I tear iirncle I am a frehinan Jusl
out of college and wind to while tiwny
""' "nuiiiicr niuiiths In a pleicaiil man
ner Illid at the ume litiie make eiioiitili
money In last uie Ihruiich soluml nevl
year (an uii succ'st some com I
wuyV- Mil iltT IHIASS.
The employment field open to fresh
noli U rich it till fertile Sliorl (itilss
.e Hri. t method lisiinlly lecui
ini'iulcd for spi'iullnc Hie suiuiner Mica
Hon. The flrsl. mid mule ciiiiunon. Is
y ks y ir1 llllllv
new words hy Ihl- melhisl. and c'nei
1 1 y sae sceinl liumlr.'.l dollurs fur
The other win Is to c" out Into the
hanest fields whl'h are hellowtim
nines of ripened cniln Inspire you In
paatoral luhur This meihisl is sii
ihiol to make a Inr-ky hrawnv mul
siiuhuriieil ll ill n out of Mm. The sun
hurn usuully hcclns P shuw some time
hefure the drawn or hu-kiness has de
It makes very little difference what
you decide to do Hy followlnc either
iiicHiihI you will it iduitil v end up at
Inline In a rutiple nf wis'ks. and u-sl- l
I'H In the hank or luinher yard until
If ymi dislike hard wnrk. yuii mlcht
get n Jnli on s.iine new sia'r. I!un
nlng a paper Is ery Nluiple and am
nne ran do It. The remuneration Is
! xfremelv lucrative and your work
will he nmiislnc. elevating and In
It's safe tet the average elllen Is
more Interested In the downfall of a
uelghhor than In the downfall of I III
tv I nrl linmuliiK )
for anything she has taken from
hlui. Hut she. would tint tell me"
"1 see." hUld Stella slowly. My
friend sat thinking for a few minutes
"of course there Is one way to stop
all that monkey business" she said
flnully. "We rouhl tell Ilia wife. 1
think she'd stop It fast ugh. And
he would have to do whatever she
says. Fur It Is she who has the
I leaned toward Stella In aiimte-
meiiL You mean Mrs Harlowe has mmt
f the money ami that she was imt'nll"U she tried to get them to follow
Just some Nsir little country girl j her and see the wonderful things of
whom he married out of pity as he i m' Ureal World. Oh my uo! That
told me?" I asked. j Isn't (iranny s way at all. She Is too
Stella ilnmv back her head and old ami wise to be discouraged by one
laughed thuiigh her mirth was a little' failure. Sn she kept thinking and
hard. thinking trylnc tu find some new plan
"Country girl?" she reHalisl. "Why..'" '""I catch lltmipy frumpy and
Mrs Harlowe was the daucbter of one
of the richest wholesale groivrs In thlt
country. I Any tiling he could ea'J
kisilng them In the style In which
they live. Kverylnsly knows It. It
was In the papers at the time of their
marriage. I guess she's a sweet little
thing but sin s Just a little fool who
got marrlisl for her money."
Put what Stella had said had also
put nn Idea In my head.
i "Yes" I becnn" slow Iv. "1 reniMii
ber she did hs.k swist and nice when
I met her that day at the stage eu
trance with the baby In her arms
There's tin' trouble Stella. If we were
to let her know how Mr. Harlowe Is
behaving wouldn't It hurt her dread
fully? If sotuehiKly must he hurt
1st t it more fair that It should 1h my
sister who deliberately Is miking
trouble fur herself than that tsir lit
tie woman who has dune nolhlug
wrong nud who probably loves and
trusts her husband?"
"You're a wise little kid" said
Stella. "I Isdleve you're right. I
never thought of ll lief ore hut I think
that la why men like Perch al Parlowe
are such awful rotters. They know
the very woman they are betraying I
their Iwst protection. You can rail
women 'cats' as much as you like but
you don't work with them as long
as I have and not learn they seldom
scratch each other. If Ihe.v -an avoid
It on see you thought nf Mrs. Bar
lowe right aw ay. And I'd like to bet
ynii that silly as Marlon Is the
stnuiaest apisal vuu could make to
her to cut out her romam with Mr. '
Harlowe would be to picture to her
the snfferlnir she lulu lit caws hla In.
nis-ent little wife."
"I think that will he the heller1
war" I said slowly to Stella. "To
tell Mrs. Harlowe somehow didn't
ound iptlre srrATglif to my It made i
me fis'l underhanded J. ' think I'd
rather talk to Marlon and try to make
her ee things aa they are. If I can't
"I ended with a little gmture "we'll
hare to think of some other way. At
auyMte. 1U get hold ot her 'u
i.uc.otm 4;i3uoo sis;.ooo 8H:tiooo
A scientific fellow made a niei'ch
the oilier night lluii 1 1 the culd chills
o'er us ami gave n. mi h a fright
ul... ill uil.r.il.es I trichinae hacllll
uu. I Hie gel ins he I. mulled theui as hesl
he colli. I In .sclciilill.' terms lie said
Hie ml. Tnl.es sut iiiuiind honing for a
fuss and w lien r Minis came along
they Jiiiiih'iI right . n to us and gnawed
upon our ltals uml consumed us for
lliclr prey and uniillpllcit hy uilllloiis
every single day. There are wtoruiK
f. .mi. I In the onlil'ii j. trichinae ill the
meat and hacllll lit every ilotl gasted
thing we eat; the lliiew upon the can
Mis scenes tlial mil.' tis sipilrin pic
lures of haclllits ..f mlcrohe and of
worm until It nia lc us shiver and all
our flesh lo creep. - we worried all
the day ami at i.i.lil we could Imt
I oft i'ti sit and w. n.ler lmw the h'.i
pie long ago were healthy and on
tAulisl when they .lid lm een kuow
know ahoiit inlcruli. . ami trichinae ha
dill ami germs or lmn to hamlle suli
Je. Is In scientific terms - lty Jonas
ji'.iuk. Chh kasha (U:i.
Ily Tlliilt ii W. Itl ItiiKSS
H'opyrlclil pur. by J. (i. l.loyd.i
'lis i l.-ii I
Viol "II.K..I i .
I'll. in oi a"!
Is Jllil It. Hy
" quiilli llruun tut
ii tlilnu t tal
(iranny wanted those three little
Possums. Irs sr hIii' certainly did.
Tile more sin- thought about them the
more she wanted l hem. The very fact
that tiny were not to he so easily
caught us she hud thought made her
want 1 1 1 1 1 1 all Hie more. She was not
discouraged Us-mise she had failed
She knew that now they knew that
"I wonder whmn ah llilnka ahe ran
foul?" thought Peter.
"he wasn't to be trusted and ao It
would be of no use at all to try to
fool them with her sun sit h tongue and
pretending to be their friend. Nu that
wouldn't do nt nil. They would Just
laugh nt her Very wisely ahe kept
nut of her sight hoping that they
would forget about her. She didn't
let them get so much as a gllmiwe of
i her rs c.k. Hut If they didn't
her she saw them. From a hiding
' mmmmm mmm
hsUnt Relet fv
w4 aaait rM
aawloaMt asw m
aanaailul f Cat-
orldalalavtbaih. Kcsai 2V. at
say drug atar.
j place ahe watched them every day ao
lis to learn all their liahlta where they
J went and what they did. She knew
i when at last they found a hollow tree
that Miilt.il them and decided to inak
i tills their home for a while. Then It
was that she derided on u sharp trick
i which she had worked hefure ou other
innocent and heedlessj Httle -ople of
' ttie (ileeli Purest.
! Very early hefore the Hlack
I Sliadows had left the (ireeii Forest
i and Jolly round bright Mr. Sun had
; begun his dally cllmlt lip In the blue
blue sky. Cruituy went to a certain
! little ueti plaiv not very far from the
1 hollow tnss where the three little I'oa
I stuns were living. There ahe atretched
I herself out on the ground quite as If
'she were dead. Her red cloak was all
j mussed up ami dirty. Her eye were
I cIommI all hut a teeny weeny hit. She
did not move a muscle. She certainly
looked fur all the world us If there
wasn't a spark of life In her.
"Now" thought she "If those 1'oH
sums sw me they surely will think me
! dead ami they w ill Is- so curious and no
glad Hint I am out of the way that
; they Just can't help coining over to
i look at me mid to tejohv that they no
longer have to worry for fear 1 will
cutih them. They Just won't Is able
to keep ii way. I never knew It to fall.
Al I have to do Is tit be patient."
The Hlack Shadows fled away and
the .lolly l.lllle Sunbeaiua came. They
; saw- old (irantiy Km and they gently
I touched her red cloak. The Merry
l lltle ltivcy.es came and blew the long
hair of her big lull.
"I'isir old liianny. What can have
happened to her?" ald one.
"We must hurry to catch the news"
1 said another.
j "Not so fast! Not ho fasti" cried
a third. "I niu not so sure that there
Is any news to carry. We have heen
liriiuiiy like this hefore."
He gently tickled i runny 'h nose hy
blowing on it until finally (iranny Just
had to wrinkle It a teeny weeny hit.
She couldn't help herself.
"What did 1 tell you?" laughed the
Merry l.lttle llreeres as they danced
After they had gone (Irantiy lay
there for a long long time. Old Mr.
Tiiii. I came along and l.s.kisl at her.
"Huh!" said he. "I wonder who she In
trying to fisil now." Then he hopped
over to a big stick and worked Ida way
under It where he could be out of thf
sun ami si 111 sis' all that might hapiieli
dl' .Mlstah Itu7.7.ard hsiked dowu from
hlch up In a blue blue sky and grinned.
1'etcr hiipis'iii'd along but saw (iranny
In time and sat up at a safe distance
1'cler had had that trick tried on him
and knew all ahont It.
"I wonder who she thinks she ran
fool?" tlioiicht l'etcr. "I wonder now
If II cut) be those silly little Possums.
I believe I'll watch and see"
So Peter crawled Into a hollow log
and nine morall was as still as could
Next Story -Three l.lttle
Kind (Jranny r'ox.
Frisco this Week
Kor the guidance of Intending visit
ors to Hie Panama Pacific Inlernatloii
al Kxposition ut San KraucUrn during
(lie week of June -H July 4 herewith
Is presented a summary of convent loua
music uml s'lnl duya and event for
that s'i iisl :
Nutloiial Wholesale Saddlery ssis-la
Hon Monday five days.
Associated Manufacturer of Sad
illerj Asix'ssorb-s - Monday five days.
Pacific Coast Women's Press iii
elation - Monduy.
Stute Assislatloti of Master Pluui
ers of California Monday (wo days
1 ut i-ri i ii I ton h I Congress of Mafdaznan
Philosophy- Monday two days.
American Assis-latloli of Instructor
of the llllnd - Mondny three days.
National Siswh Arts aaaoclathm
Monday five days.
California Ssss h Art association
Monday five duys.
liiteruatloiiul Milk Healen' aaoHa
Hon Tuesday two dnys.
National Assis latlou of Tanner -Tuesilnr.
Congress of Authors and Journalists
- Tuesday four days.
Alpha oinliToti Pl-Tueadty fire
l.luilenwisMl College lleuiiluO-Tue
day seven days.
Tourists Assis latlou of Central Call
fornla - Wednesday.
National Association of Master
I'luinhera W'eilnpsiliiy three diya.
Phi Sigma Kraterulty -Thursday
American Assislattlou of Worker
for the Hllnd- Thursday four daya.
Sigma Phi I'phIIoii Fraternity
Thursday five daya.
Nnllotinl Sales Manager' As'la
Hon of America Saturday.
California (ietiealoglcal Scs'Uty -Saturdny.
Traveler' Protective assis-lallou
(ssslal oonferenii Saturday.
Iiiteruatliimil Cotiferemsf of Women
Workers for Penis Sunday four daya.
The world fumed John Philip Sous
and his baud of S player-1 ally con
Conway' famous baud of W player.
I tally conivrla.
Marine band-lally eoncert.
'Cassasa'a Official Exposition Band
I ia lly eiMicerla.
(Ireat F.xstllon Orchestra of 80
pli-ees- - Pally concerts.
Cortea Mllauo Band Dally con-
certs. I tally rerltalson the M0u0 EiS)l-
ttoii plie organ In Featlrnl Hall.
lUde Fuller leading great dancing
assembly In Festival Hall periodically.
Girls Live Outdoors
lly Jennie Roberta
Hummer Is here again and you have
vacations to Us.k forward to. What
I more many of you can arrange lo
gel out Into the mien at least part of
each week. And I want to urge you
to do that Just as much aa you can.
Outdisir life la the very finest tonic
Mure and mure girla who work for
their living are getting Into the way
of living ouldistrs as much of the
summer aa amslltle. Once yon atari
doing thla you will move heaven and
earth to do It again.
Home of these glrla who . can man-
37 N. Robinion Street.
The New " Nagasaki "
Stripe Awning Blouse
Gold Roae Blue Navy and
Black. Regular $2.95 val-
The New " Kascadui "
amart White Silk Skirt in i $1 A
three jaunty model white ly I D
New "Princess" and
"Smock" Linen Dresses
Combinations of White Rose Blue etc.
Priced from $8.95 to $15.00.
"CRETONE" AND SILK JERSEY
How Do You Ask
' t ii . oca i' M cV ssmausv
UTTit vsiSiH aowaATaOMia
tiT. arT wawn eaa
it Tuar p so OHLiv.'Nwaat
It OMtrrnA trtnosuat
Tver T)ut -a-PoaKsVUWi
AfearciATt my ItasKHrtauMi
frit h Hat vatis i'm
snnrPT hax Oyir'
mo tms only jasaxiaaiMt
IIMv AMviMVM.a. MAC
A t eia -a "Son '
stawair COMMHY I WANT
a tessar utst tkamau
Am. a . (AK Tat' IT sal
.'li M -asiaaa new iTiir
1. 1 1 to s t
age It ramp out from mid-June to
mid Heptemher going In and out to
hualuea the same a In winter
though roajtw they have to itart ear-
lier. The wise girl who Uvea In a au-
hurt) with a port'h bandjr aleeie out
side eereened from view hy hit nf
tauvia. Other glrli plan to nd
eat'h week end In the nen right out
In the country Instead of at amusement
Kren If you ran only get away for
Sunday sis-nd that day and aa much
nf the night as la available out In
the air. (let to a peck where you can
It ou the grewu grase. take a trolley
out to eome hit of real country and
ssnd the time Idling along wheie
there I no city noise and plenty of
clear air to breathe. Wear easy loose
clothe end get down to nature
though really It ought to be put 'up
TVeuiT""' J 1 r-llVVi
a .1- - .ii
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I I I l I I 111 afk.
ll vTx X ja IlMI
VI JJtf T SilX 1 1 IT
Do you want to be well I We poaitively guarantee Hereulei
Water to iv aatigfaetion. Rewimmondcd for RhenmntiHtri in-
digestion and conatipation. Call for a bottle today. Don't delay
rhona Wal 3884. Excelaior Water Co. Address 733 East Eighth
Oklahoma City. : y. a . N
For a Vacation?
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N.av tf .VA .iTHOUftST tf
-! .Toacout war .. (
aa.- s cauns ta -i - I
tfflwl T.car Ar s I
atvr ue. qp couaa it ivkt tfc-a L
Clmlhsr . (ouiO tT Ataeat sslV1
7K at "oio6rnc Jwrnw
'. MH-Tuuwai'ouci taigas
nsoiwat ' na lnw
aut ttu ma naMaaai
WITHIM A HnelSUMie '!' Ay.
I tlti n t ! n tia Ti
hMt my wmi Ana SI Ual Siy
M. I'M tut M il !'
T.U . a a asi s ia. tuw
iwm't decide hastily that you are
ao flied you can't get any life In the
imsmi. With deteruiluatlou you can
do wonder. Hy combining with two
or three other girls and tnayhe a con-
venient brother or two you can often
et up a camp In which to live fur
two or three months. Muet hoys aud
young men love that sort of thlnir.
and are willing to cooperate wllli
their sisters In making It possible.
There are few towns and cttlea that
do nut have places within reach
where a tent can be pitched; many a
farmer would he glad to give you a
norner of his pasture knowing It will
mean a sale of fresh vegetables and
eiigs for hliu. Kven a single month
of outdoor for ua all would work nilr-
clea lu good health and nervea.
How a woman' heart doea flutter
when the pastor tell her that ha
nitsaed seeing her at church I -
faT .$ - a I
r H 1 t' V 1.1 " I Z rr 1 yia.l
lev tj " i j g nrv i
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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/m1/4/: accessed May 18, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.