The Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 58, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 22, 1915 Page: 5 of 8
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TUESDAY JUNE 22 1815.
THE OKLAHOMA CITY TIMES
Tills si'iimn's Intent
4t t le In iliiln riihirM
tt-iiniiit-il nlth vnitiiut
iiilnm price fruiu
ttftU In (HIM
Hlltlllllg ( ul
ft to II W
HRr and OAe
6- la ItVr
Mrn'i Btiil liny'
Hxhliit Hulti from
'joined In .Inly liy Mr. nnl Jones
land liny will linir flu- N" ri.gliiud
slates In their motor :i ' -
( In le J i.f t hf I'nlu-i im Christian
church will nice) ill - :;n ... I ' Wed-
nesday with Mik. i;nitiin. l Mllll' uf
IVm V'..-l Tu ..lit V sevel.l li IiihI
Harriet Dunn Bentley Office Phone W. 401 9 I ..
1 .nr. aim .irs. r. mio iimk-iii- ceie-
M. Thicker Judge C. H. SI 1111 r. Judge l.i n i .- 1 1 1 . 1 1 tenth wed.lin.- annlwrMiry
W. A. Cilllor. Judge .1. F. Sharp ; Saturday eiehlng Willi mi Informal
Mi-ssers. himI Mines. .1. K. Slmfcr ' ei ciililg ul curd Mr .in I Mis Jiu
Oollll lllclltlllf. Nlllnllcl I.. Morlc) 11 Wright whose eighth welding 1111
mill the daughter uf I iif household nlMTtiity Ml nil the li.tr were
MIhh Myrtle Krewcr. limning liic gui-l. as vm-h- hUo Mews
I Hinl Mines Walter C hnm. John N.
Miss ClllTlf 1 1 It 1 1 1 I M llf Mi'Alcslcr ilHVe DtrilglllS H. 1.1."-. Charles
who In intending the Kilmoinl Slntc iill:isini. mid Minos I U li.iuiuiwny
Normal Heiil the week mil with Miss mnl Henry I.. Stone.
Mlniieliitlni Jones. .
... The mimiHl Flower -how if ihe
MU Hue will ii.-.-.i..lu.i.y ! """ KlKl.ty-i.lii.' hs I-.- t
her fiither Mr. i'.. S. M.m. p. Kansas'?' .! '""V ' '." N"'""'"v-
City Friday for u week's Mslt. Mrs. ' W'T '! " '"M '"
Mi.lolie will j Miss Mulohe next '"' "' M"'" sired. The
week mill they will ku Ilielr Mill. ; l"l'-l'''lnelit WHS III after -
liter linliie In lir.in.l I . L .. i.i M.lMiltntli.il nf the I'Otim :t t.. nlih ihe
MhIiiiiu will Join t hem there In Auk
Hlshup nml Mtm. Francis Key
llrouke mill daughter MIhh F.llziilieth
will leave next wis-k to nh'iiI the
iiitutuer ut M tuittilokluif . N. .1 . mi
Karncgal Hiiy where lliey will hure
H Niitiimer Iiiiiiih with their (ImiKhtei
Mrx ;. T Creifnry uinl fyinlly nf I.uiik
Uluilll will) In ulreuily lllstulleil there.
Tile ntlier tltiiiKlileiN of the fun illy
I OliciilieHH Kulli MiiMike mnl MImm
IajiiIi-b llriMike nf New York City will
Join them fur the week eml u in I VU''H
Hull ikmIihIn. Illsin)i HriNike Iiiin Ihhmi
leiiieMtel In hiiipI Ht. Ann's Mnr
rUlnuH dm Ink July ami fnr AiikiihI
itl.tl Seiiteiuher will have ilmrne nf
the historic rhun li nf iilil Trinity In
New York Cltv.
DAY'S DOINGS OF
Reporter Spends Few Hours With
Mrs. Thompson And
BOYS THEIR PRINCIPAL CHARGE
II V MAI Itl.VK III TIM
"liiM.il tin ri i tnif ." hiiIi! Mm. 11. Y.
'I'linini iiiutrni. nf the Incul Milhu j TihIiI. .Inek Spencer h ml lir. Cyril
Mm. It. 'I'. KriwiinlM iin.l luut;liter
MIin IxH'kle will leHve KrlilHy for a
fnrtnlifht vlh.lt In KiiiiIh. Tel.
Mrs llnice Yiiiii.k mnl chllilreii nf
h'nrt Wnrth Tin. arrlveil Kililny for
a two weeks' visit wllli Mm. Ynini)'i.
piireiilH Mr. mnl Mrs. T. M. Itlclmril
Knli. They are en route In l.olin
Heach fa I where lliey have a rot-
tiik'e for the Niiiiniier. nml J mini' Yniiliu
will Jnlu theiii the Inst of July. Mm.
Yniinx will pmluihly resume l.er Jour
Hey the last of nexl we-k anil will
he JiiIiiihI liy her hlmer Mrs. .Inlin Im
Mhts ami Nillilren who will also
Mpenil the Mil in iikt lit l.niiK lleacli.
Mr uml Mm. 1011 IIiicMiin enter
lalnisl with their rhnructerlsllc hoil
lallly at illnner Miiuilny evenlin; In
honor of MInn Htclla Zenor of St.
Mary'a I'urUli l.u. Illnner was etv
cil In the 11111I11 1II11I11K riKiiii at (he
le Mm kins the lahle IicIiik iln'urut-
is I with yellow ilalsles mnl itreen nliail-
eil chiiiIIih Senteil with the In it mnl
hostess ami honor ituest were Mm. II.
W. Ynunif of SI. Mary'H. Mis. Koherl
11. (ianlner. Ml-ses hnrntliy Crnvrrnft
mnl Mlhlreil Kllloii nml Messrs. Imiin
Mrs. J. W. McAlesler eiitcrtaliiril
the I'Uure Hour cluh M lay ail
1IIH01111I LMiests I.cIiik Mines. V. O.
Kroun Islle Thniniinuu ami MN!
Mm k' ret Muiiser. The afteruonii was'
Ns-ui hi fllu' li the hosiers u Inning
the clnli Kiui. Iialuty n fi eslnueuN I
were wrveil later In a tent 011 the
lawn. This was the final merlin for
City Turk Unanl anil the l:.risln who
ilecel tlnil on accniiiii f thr late
siliMon N'tler inlvantiu'' - villi he hail
fruiu the later (late.
f'lumbinf Keplr ll'-'fh Yal. 1574.
Mm Frank o'Nell enterliilneil the
Chaflmr I'l'-h cluh Mniidny aflerniNili
harlmi also as KueMs Mines. Ivl. (ier
siNilim. "Just sit ilnwii uinl make
ynurself rnmfnrtahle while I answer
The phone call whs frnm a woman
at -00 llllst I IIl'IiIIi street U llnsu soil
S years 0I1I hinl run nway. She feareil D"Mr' rank l.uux aim trunk .
lie hail Ims-ii Into mlsihlef nml lunl 1 "'k'1 Kl'"r;' HN '' '' M-
Ix'i'li taken up h (he hiIIis'. "No we
haven't fuinul lilm" Mm. Thoiun.oii
assiiieil her ami smllisl at the mntb
er's rellevecj "thank J011."
"A K.i'.it many of mir rasra art
lllllnliK the linys" she tohl me. "They
ronie here from i years old to HI
Hinl 17. Many of them arc mere run
awaya. Some are rhaiKi'd with theft
and a few with drst ruction of prop
Mm. Thompson who la a dlKtilfled
woman with children nf her own
feels Hint the little boy are the prm
elpnl aufferem from lieiileet. "It la
nearly alwaya the little hoys who are
resatem." They l.cKlii their amall
crimes for lack of other amusement
ami they Just keep at II." she sighed.
"The work lu this office Is more
lll.e that nf an Information liureau
lluiu unythliiK else" Hiihl Mm. Thomp-
win. "IIih rasea for all the rharlt
aide iirKiiiiUatlons pass through our
hands. We n-osrate with the I'rovl
dent ansorlutlnn In flnilltig work fur
thf tiiiemphijetl and In priHiirlng med-
ical aid for rhlldreh whose fl rents
are tinalile In siipmrt them. In fart
all people who are hrlplras appeal to
The telephone hell Interrupted her.
This time Ihe rail was from Pick
Ingtowii. A woman wanted the xllee
matrnii to cume out and "do soinctlilng
for her three little rhlldren ; she
iiinldn't keep then any lonicer." After
taking the address Mm. Thompson
snld "some (pteer rases are handled
through this office. 1 41st Saturday
Miss Trafchel the imlli-ewotnan arid
I were railed to Mn wind on a rase
of a daughter tieatliiy her old mother.
We are often rnlhsl In In settle neigh-
horhiMsl ipiarrely. I'isiple fight over
every thine from chickens to rhll-
tlren and Miss Trntrhel and I hart
to go out and settle the fusses.
"ur work among the prisoners In
not very hard as we only have the
women and hoys tn look after. We
do them as ninny kindnesses as we are
a I lowed tn and they seem to appre-
ciate It. Nome of them rail us up and
thank us for our kindness after they
leave the Jail." She hmke off to an-
swer the telephone.
"Yes this Is Mrs. Thompson." Oh.
Is Hoy goge again? Very well we'll
mil yon when we find him."
She placed the reivlver on Its honk
and looked worried. "We will hare tn
find n home for that Isiy" she said
I hough! fully. "His mother can't look
after him. and he Is always running
away and getting Into mischief. He
Is a bright buy. hut he has been on
our hands for two years now and he
la only H yearn old."
"Mlsa Tratchel and I art trying to
Improve pondltlnna here In the Jail."
remarked Mm. Thompson. "We will
soon have clean cells and tied for
the prisoner. This of course will la)
a great benefit to them. Teoplo are
iiiinmscloualy degraded by unclean and
unlovely aitrmundlnirs. We hoie to
irlve them lift In Ihe right direction
In thta is well as lu other tlilnp."
Pltimblni. Ph. Wal. 8M Taylor llroa
tiny Klmliall. The Innstcss fnr the
neit meeting will Is' announced later
!r and Mm. Hubert It. Walker de-
parted tuluy fnr Medicine Park where
they will spend a couple of weeks
Mrs. Walker left this morning and will
siwnd the day lu Chh kasha where
Ir. Walker will Jnlu her this evening
makliig the drive overland In his car
Mm. John Fe Una of El Heno Is
the guest of Mrs. Marlon S Cts.ter
coining over for the morning bridge
given today by Mm. Cinder.
Mr. A. R Stiislgniss entertained
Ihe rp liM'iite cluh Monday Mrs. It.
E. Myers of To-ka lielng a guest-
High score was made by Mrs. John
Homines The cluh will meet neit
Monday with Miss Hcrtliii Itowlnnd
at l East Twelfth street.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Meed entertained
at dinner Monday evening In honor uf
their lister. Miss Marie House of Dal-
lai. Tes. The table wat adorned with
snapdragons and iiarturtlitma and the
gueeta were Miss Henrietta Hoyd and
her guest. Mlas l.llllati Croaa uf
Shawnee Miss Katherlne Zartmnn and
her guest Mlsa Mllly Margaret t'arev
of Wichita Misses Vivian Wells Na
dine Ijuihcrt. and I'ollv Ann McCall
of liraham Va. The girls were pre
sented with favors of silver bobolink.
lter they were Joined by a m.mls'r
of young men and spent the remainder
of the evenhig at lielle Isle.
Mrs. Erniik iritmiloii who has been
Millie III the past few iluvs Is InipruV
Mr and Mrs. W. It Samuels who
have recently removed here fnun VI
nun lime taken a reside mi at I'M
Fashions For Americans
li V 1. II. I. UN V.
Since lulls remain -1 11 ;i 1 1 mnl one
bus no risiin to luck up apparently
uucouslderisl hnlr Into the crowns
new mcllioiN nf hull 'In-s-lhg have
been resorted In. Ily tolling It up III
a iiri'tty knot at the bin k of the neck
..ii...... i iff 1. ..0 1
VI l-i 1 . .1 e l"" 01 no- i -- is iiinme!!
.iKineeniii Hlieei. Wll.'te (U .1Hlt1n
ni mi uoiiie in ineir rrleinis.
Mr. and Mn. Charles Mi-Cafferty
entertained the Monday Auction dull
yeaterday evening having also
guests MIxsvm Helen Woslka and Ha
lei Jolly and Messers. Ted Kenney
and Carl Rogers. High awre wai
n.ade by Mrs. Hnyt Elklim. Tlie club
will tie entertilned neit Mondny even-
ing by Mr. and Mm. Elklns.
MlM Ttelen Vinre Palrell of Hhreve
airt 1 Im the guest of her aunt
Mm. Is.n liticklni and will remain
for the lumu.er.
Mr. nml Mm. J. II Kierest and fam-
ily will leave July t In their motor
car for Cirand I-akc Colo. where
they have a summer cottage. Their
slater Mm. Eva Jones will go by
train and Join them later.
Minn Bess Stewart hns as her gueat
Mia. Ixiulee Mlerer of Uuthrle.
Mm. Forrest Knlpe who lias been
quit III the pi st week la eonvales
rent Her sister Mian Nora Mnrlarlty
of yulncy. III. arrived Saturday for
Judge and Mn. Phil D. Brewer en-
tertalneil with tl o'clm-k dinner of
beautiful appointment! Haturday even-
ln. The table wee adonied with a
lorely basket of aweet peas which
also were acattered orer the cloth.
The. favor were dainty ran for the
ladle and boutennleres for the men
Tbu guest of the oceailon were (lov
emor Robert I William. Judge and
Mr. 0. A. (ialhralth. Judge and Mm.
Deorge B Rlttenhouae Jtwlge (Tiarle
A Jolly swimming party for 11 tin in
her of visiting girm was nhen Mouihiv
morning ut Kdle Isle those Joining
In the pleasure being Misses Marie
House of Imllas. Mllly Mmgnrel Ca-
rey of Wichita. Vivian Wells. Knther-
Iub Zarlman Mlldnsl I u 1 1 . Marga-
ret AIwismJ. and Misisrs. Keene Hur-
well Clarence I'arsnn.. Julian Kerr
Oliver Wells and llufnrd Wales A
part of the morning was spent In I .out-
ing ou the lake
Mrs. Charles S. Mctiaughey and
Mrs. Wlllliiui Kiiuiii'ii.l will entertain
li.fnruially at miction Thursday artrr
iiisiii In honor of Miss Stella Zeiior
uf St. .Mary's Parish U.
Miss Until ule departed M011
day for a six weeks' visit with her
purelits 111 Ilenver Colo.
Miss Frances Kiddle arrived Mini
day eieiiliig fmm Chh kusha for a
visit with Miss Marcel Oarlltig Miss
liarllng Is planning a iliince and a
slumlsr party next week for bet
guest the date lu be announced la-
ter. Mrs. Mary Mcl'lure. formerly pres-
ident of thu Women of Eighty Nine
has la-en apKilnted one of the hostess
es of the Oklahoma building at the
1'Miiama Pacific Eismltloii. Mrs Mi-
Clure will leave here on the Shriller
special July 5 for Sin Eraurtsro. Her
daughter. Mm. Mumaster has been
JoliusJ here liy her husband. I.ienteu
aut J. II. Miinc&Hter who la on leave
or absence which they will seud in
Colorado. Ijiter Lieutenant and Mm.
Muuraater will lie stationed at Fort
Mlsa Ocra Cuniilnghatu daughter
of Mr. and Mrs J. W. Cunnlnghaui.
of X West Washliigloti street anil
Mr. O. E. Fns-iiiau of lirumrlght were
guletly marrhsl at 10 o'ebs k Suiulny
I ho llllt. llllll the w. v hecnm
li:g. hlli ki-d back an;.iii"-iii'-nl thai
auggrsled ebb tide on 11 sloping lieio h
bus been aliiindoiieil 111 'I women r-
New Tailored Hats Permit a (ienerotu
(llnipse of (he Coll
in 1 ml one less vlildly of the winmIiU
Noahs ark linlles and gviitlrmru
whose hair was Mirnlslieil on ymi
Ilie sketch Is Illustrative of the
morning at the home of the hrlde'i new hair dressing and also show
SUOr BY MAIL
1 1111 nf l S II III
(iiiiiTs sri- Invllil
ti tiMtia thlM torc
In their !im lv
using n twj . Miit
liiinii llur mull
unli-r tiiiolni'mi l
grnwlng nt u-mm
Mini Ihmiii.n in.
ls.i 11011 iinlrr
HfTX l -
rIHK OI-IMS AT I A. M I I.OSKI t. M.
Knur Inlrsnrrs: Two o Vlalni sn us llartrri mm ldlng Is Ttrsalul.
Til COOL ITOIB
Uroul and roimf
iUIm bl(b eelltnga
ad par ilr eoailiir
fruiu rtrjr dlreHlna
mn mime of tl
uuiuier reaiurm of
this store. Mbp-
lilug it this slur
li a rnl pli'isur.
Beautiful New Palm Beach Suits-Just Arrived
The m-wekt of the new atylea ia n flrcleil in thin l.t of I'alm Mcadi Stiita just received. Some in
sport Nlylea with pocket ami lu lteil effect other in on. Inil.iiiel sh h'H Hoine embroiilereil mod-
Im box plcHle.1 iiioiti'l with licit 11 1 so military coat that can In- worn open or cloned.
The skirts an; in ciivulnr effect. pleated models atul cuff l.nttoniH with ti iKh waist aud extra
circular liella All size are here uml they are priced very conservatively at
$4.95 $650 $995 $11.00 and $13.75
New Tourist Dresses
Navy and Black Taffeta
These lnse an- In t el red effect pleiiieil triple
telred of i ordeoii pleated ileep girdle. Some with
Oeorgelle slin-ves and Martha ichlngtoii collar.
Assorted sls. They are priced lit
$18.75 $22.5012500 $2975
Taffeta and Pussy Willow Taffeta
Among the new arrivals worthv of soM-lnl humi.
tlnh fits III f Petticoats of Taffeta mnl Pussy
ow niiieni. niso the wash 1'ongee and I viasl
Pelt bun i.h of Pussy Willow
line or out
Tuff eta at
$3.95 $4.50 $5.00 and $5.95
Annual Sale of Toilet Goods Continues Wednesday
SO He PtM-S 7j. f
l)IKbu.dIVA htKbS V?"Wit !UTU'H ''"'" M-
'MUld Math (ream torylopsi Monad Iseltell'.
FVe Powder Tablet :.V Me Tali Powder Toil Water ilZ lZL
Ir. 2.. I.ir. llf. jf
Wonder Sale of White
Goods and Table Linen
Nsxlnlly priced means that they are marked at
less than the low prices that prevlal here all the lime
7Mnrh Full lileothed Extra Heavy Merrerlietl
Damaak &0e yard.
(Hie IxA of tine Turkish bunt Towels Merreriied.
at I0r earh Instead of 19r and Vm.
(iood line of Apron Ginghams All -' checks.
New (iolflne Cloth 75r Yard A new shipment of
Hrmstltehrd Dwnouk l.unrh Napkins Verv flue
quality. $3.98 a doK-n.
"Noil Krsuh" 1 J lieu 75r Yard The geuuiiie and 'Mi
Sheets and Pillow Cases
A new line that bears iair own name. Absolutely
Hie ls( Hue of cotton sheets and pillow- ases ever
plmed on the market. It Is our duly lo see that
you are satisfied.
six!! Inch sheets S$r eaeh or M..V1 doien.
Tl'tmHin li shis-ts fi5e earn or $7.00 doien.
frlJltO-lnch sheets 6r eaeh or $7.50 doirn.
M!m Inch shei-ta 7J earn or $8.15 doien.
M iK8 Inch sheets 8V rarh or $D.OO dozen.
4'Jx:iil-lnch pillow rase. 15r each or $1.73 doien.
ruaillnch pillow rases 16! 3r earh or $1.85 doien.
New Neckwear -Creton9
The latest lu Neckwear. Cretotis. Just received. All
the HhadeM in the new summer material are found
In thitie new novelties combined with Organdie Pi-b ed
ut ilk- and 65e.
$5 and $6 Umbrellas $3.98
They are In all the deelred shade green navy
black purple etc. with pHln or fancy detachable
handles. Vim will need one of them on your mm
Denial Of Rehearing Means Last
Ditch Is Ttvken In $600-
INVOLVE GUARANTY ASSESSMENT
parents by Hev. . K. Van Horn of
the First Christian church. The
bride who Is the daughter of 'Wlers
has the distinction of lielng the first
child Is ini In Oklahoma City. She Is
a graduate of the okliih a High
sclusil. Mr. Freeman who was origi-
nally fmm Chandler was connected
aiialfh lllu Wuutitrti V..(l....nl I.. ..I. ...
.-.uiioiifii I'nns Ol
this city liefore going to lirumrlght
where he Is now with the liruuirlght
Mlas Muriel Challleomh who has
letit the winter with her aunt Mrs.
John M Hill departed Nunday for the
Ozark mountains and will also visit
In Kednlla Mo. lfore returning the
first of Senteniber Mrs 1 1 1 1 1 lis. u
her guesta her sister. Mrs. K A. Hen l'"r"M' m w'l
ney and little daughter Mildred of I
Niunrt tailored lutl of black ll-cre
atraw to wear with aie'a aiiminer
talnred suit or dresaea. The lirlui.
which turns up rinse all arnund the
head la rut out on either able allow-
ing a view of the black taffeta crown
and forming a sort of little cranny
for the quills of black taffeta that
trim (lie allies These are knotted at
the base with the wing part wired
visibly. The one on the left standi
more erect than Ihe other but must
not lisik t'si stiff They can lie fai-ed
with white If desired as many of the
ribbon trimmings are or kept all
black iii-rorillng to requirements.
The model Is ispuilly good for col-
ors or would Is- moat attractive if
Save the Difference
"Otherg cont more Like Elburn best." That'i what 10 many
cuatomera aay. Juat read thia bit of evidence.
w. Jenllni Horn' Music . Ueulle-
men: We ran InilhMii. .r that wt
are pleawa wllb oar fclhurn I'ltyer.
J ben .r very nuiy playeri lu Ihl.
towi I that eust i (rMt anil mnn. bat
we Ilk our Klhnm hest for ion for
qmlltr and fnr rml eoiortoent.-
llesMs irnllr. Mr nd Mr. jmei Hfi
ran. Iieiimrd l
Thi Rlhnrn Plu.r Plsnn la rmi km.
lint. No nlmtn it lb prfcs en u lis It
nnu you hsr tn go wr up In iirtit
In find eoinrnratlre nine.
Elburn Player Piano
Pay $10 a Month
Tar Iflianae Policy
Cnai la anil play thli mimloni In-
strument that etela lo qmllty anil un-
drraillii In prtr.
223 W. Main Street
Oklahoma City Okla.
Mrs. (Inrland l. Hale Is entertain-
ing her mother Mrs. Amelia 8. Price
of Jacksonville. Fin. and sister. Mrs.
Charles tl. Williams mil children of
The Central I'nlon of the W. C T
I' will meet Wednesday morning at
0:30 In the west risnu of the Carnegie
library. The program will be short
biographical sketches of men and wo-
men prominent In femiwrance reform
with Mrs. J. T. Warren as leader. A
representative of the munlcll coun-
selor will give information of methods
of aaslstance In the enforcement of
the antl cigarette ordinance. From
now on throughout Ihe iiimmer all the
meeting! will be In the morning.
The ladle of the Catholic Church
Eitetislmi will have a card pfrty
Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs
J. Htemruer at ltkTJ West Second at reel.
Mlai Edna Vance daughter of Mr.
and Mra. A. J. Vance and Mr. Mart
Adaml formerly of (iutlirle were quiet
ly married Humlay aftermaju at 2:!I0
o'clock In Hhawne at the borne of
Ker. Hancock of the Southern Method-
let church. Mr. antl Mrs. Adania will
reside at (190 Wet Ninth it reel.
The rainy friend of Mlsa Heroic
Fratea who hai been such a frequent
and popular visitor here with- Mine
Marguerite Colcord and Mlaa Wlnnl
fred Mctllassen will lie Intereateil In
the newi of her marriage to Mr Ham
Hllck of Clarion Pa. which wai cele-
brated Monday evening at H o'ebs-k
at the; home of the bride's renta Mr
and Mra. J. A. Fratea lu Springfield
Mo The wedding had Iswn set for a
later date In July hut was hastened on
account ot plana for an extensive east
ern trip. The bride and groom met
her a year ago when Mlaa Fratee
wai Tlaltlng Mlaa Colcord and Mr.
Hllck wai the gueat of hli partner.
Mr. Hemard B. Jonea. Mr. Slick la one
of the moat luceeanful oMratnra In the
Cuahlng oil field and make hla home
lu Clarion Pa.for which place they
left lmmeiliitcly after the. ceremonv.
The bride who la the daughter f the
general miperlntendent of the Frlaco
railway U a charmliiK girl with a hunt
of fiieudi. Mr. aiid Ura. 81tek will b
Itehearlng Is denied the FaruhTi'
National bank of dishing lu an opin-
ion today by Couiuilaslouer Oiilbraltl..
sitting as a mss'IhI Judge lu the rase
hi which the bank wai resisting the
payment of deferred iinniinls of the
bank guaranty assessment aud In
which alMiut 11 Nl Imika In the state
are Interested Involving about $0-
tasi claimed by the stale hit. king de-
partment. Au opinion was rendered
In the same case alaiut three- mouths
ago. holding that the now national
bunks were atlll liable for the unpaid
amounts. The opinion today holds to
The court holds ia In the former
opinion that Ihe five r cent assess-
ment iniiile at one time was a legal
claim against the hank until it wai
all paid although the law aisvlfled
town and Jones In others the trans
fers Is'iiig uiaili' by warranty deeds.
lits lu the town of Cache were takeii
by Perry and llowden as a isirt of
their share warranty decda lielng
glM'ii by .Inmw Uiter. on account of
u ruling of the secretary of the Interior
title to the lots In Cache failed. Thli
was nfler Ihe death of Jonea and Perry
and linwden brought suit against the
Jones estate for a recovery of iri.ono
us damages they claimed to have ana-
tallied. The Oklahoma county district
court gave a Judgment In favor of Mrs.
Nettle Jones widow of the deceased
mid the Jones estate.
The high court rules that "all acted
In gissl faith ts'llevlng they had gissl
title; lu this they were tn error and
lu view of the fact that Jones saw fit
to warrant the title there la no reason
why his estnte should not hear Ha pro
Isirtlouate share nf the bsia." The I
mi should is- Joined If they are not
says tlie court In reversing and re
maiidllig the rlie. to definitely deter
mine and adjust the right lietween the
plaintiffs and the estate of the dr
"Why didn't you put my fire ontr
I I VI MO IVn IIITOWl aMk''"1 ''"inuilssloner J. T. Hlghley of
1 L.U LL IIS AM) MUbll :'1lf " Una this morning fob
I low ing the destruction of a amall baru
nciniigim; to the commissioner iat
Cole; American doll lnua Fruat;
Hutch doll Huth Hteatey; Swedish
doll Anna Mary Kiuple Kaqulmeaux
(loll Virginia Surface; Jaiaueie doll
Margery Huberts. Kayuiond Inng
will give lmNrsonatloua during the
Intermission aud In the lullaby chorua
Mra. W. A. Fulllugton will give a
"Their First Journey by Kail" will
be prvseuled by Kenneth Oraper Phll-
etua Charlotte Hudson Mary Clifford
Stephen conductor; Raymond Uing
new almy; passengera Kleta Shaw
Vinlta and Wleland Bond. Dorothy
Donaldson. Iaven.a ItMllrtV Fugeiie
Surface and Isahelle CJarlL
IMumbing. 111. Wai. 880 Taylor Bron
IIIGHLEY TO BROOKS
Why Dldn t You I'ul My Fin Out.
and Chief of Fire Depart awn.
Counteri With Threat
"1 cume up here to
mv you niHi-.t tirluglug ault against
Columbia (irafonola music wash-
es away from the aoul the dual of
every day life. It recreate! the
mind. No home Is complete with
out one. itrlnga greatest pleasure
to every member of the family.
Hy oifr eay payment plan you
ran own a grafonola In a few short
months (vrcnt variety uf itylei
$17.50 to $500
I there not a place In your home
for a ttrafotioli?
We carry a
of Col urulila
116 W. Main. Phone Wai 7IR8
.1 1 .
Puplla of MiM Mele Ixmlse Wolrott "Mf " . .
uin i i i. 1 """ H "? tn me
" ' " the lire fighter.
nigni at n. r.. tTiurrh
the city fnr i rgllgcnce. I ran a largo
Miss Helen Ionise Wolis.lt will pre null III my tint at your fire last night
wnt her pupils In recital Tuesday am1 1 miht get lockjaw"
evening at the hirst MetliiHllst church.' The ihief harked up hi argument
Hcahlea two playlets there will Is a 1 1 V ehlhll lug a small nisrtiira lu his
that It could be made In payments nf j musical program which will Include ; foot which he claimed wis canned by
so much a year. The contention of j " "u Miss Josephine Mitillloii j the eiised nail. Mr. Hlghley then
the banki waa that when they uatloti-
nllr.ed they were without the control
of the slate banking board conse-
quently not liable for the other pay
Juatbi's Turner and Hrown Joined
with Commissioner (lalbrallh In the
majority opinion while Justice Kane
aud Sharp dissented. They contended
that while the banking department
had the right to make a levy of five
tier cent at one time and theu It In
oald at ao much a year that the
claim agilnst the bank expired when
the bank changed from a state to a
It waa believed by the banking de-
partment when the decision wai
handed down before that the banki
now liable would not further resist
the payment of the deferred claims.
As a matter of fact Interest also ac
cumulate on the unpaid amounts and 1
It wai thought the banks would no !
longer fight the case. j
While the decision Is against the
hanks In question. It la ntulerstiHsl j
that the hanking department may I
have to Institute icrate suits
against each bink to collect the bal-
iici-nmpnnied liy Mrs. Maude D. Wil-
cox and a quirlclte liy Mine. Wll
cox K. It. Surface and Mlssea Mi-
Olltou and Wolcott aissinipanled hy
Miss Khun Daubach.' Mlas Klsle I.ce
will give a character sketch.
In the "Doll Dale" Lawrence
Stenley will give the Introduction and
the other characters will Im- taken by
Clifford Stephens shopkeeper ; Ken
neth Drar clerk; customers Ijiv
erne Stealey Charlotte Hudson Wle
lun and Units Ilond Dorothy Donald
son. Isabella Clark; Indian doll Huth. many
admitted Hint the barn was nrany con-
sumed wlen the alarm waa turned In.
and no more was mi Id. The barn was;
tamed at about J.tNl and la thought
to have been set ou fire by a tramp.
Rl SS1ANS TAKE F.I.KCTR1C
(OMPA.MKS OWNED BY GERMANS
I'KTIHMJRAD. Ji M-The Rus-
sian authorities have decided to take
over the electric cnmpinle here aud
it Moacow which are owned In Our-
Have you ever tried -
MHS. C. 0. JONES
Supreme Court Reverse Finding In
Favor ef Widow Who Had Been
Sued on Realty Deal (
In au opinion hy Commissioner Dud
ley of the supreme court cvtumlaalou
rendered tmlay the eatite of C. (I.
Joiieii deceased ihould hear Ha protxir
tlouate share In a bwa which remitted
from the uirtnerahlp of R. H. Perry
and E. Dow den with C. U. Jonea. Prior
to July 17 1INI3. they owned In part-
nerahlp lot In a number of towua
southwest of Oklahoma City through
which the Frlnco railroad ran. On the
date named the partnership wai ter-
minated and a division made. Dowdea
aud Perry took loti lu aowt uf the
Scott s Famous Ginger Ale?
A aparklitiK' foaming rcfreabitiR li(iinl ilraught
jmre a the pureat itntretlietita can make it.
A lare glass at the fountain for
You ilon'l know what vou have niiael if you'va
never tried SCOTT'S FAMOl'S (linger Ale. Many
of our pnt rons come a long distance lo enjoy thia
pleasant thirst quenching- drink.
We use only pure deep well water at our foun-
tain for all drink purpoaei.
Robert M. Scott
227 W. Main St. 7th and Kobtnion IU.
Phont W. 76. PhoM W. 6141
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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/m1/5/: accessed May 21, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.