Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 18, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 22, 1916 Page: 2 of 12
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OKLAHOMA CITY TIMES SATURDAY' APRIL 22 1916.
SCOPE OF PRODE
TO BE ENLARGED
New Indictments of Alleged
Conspirators Will Be
UWAU FOHKOAKT Insrttled and
M'-niriilly cloud) tunlglit and Sunday;
prolwhly somewhat warmer Hunday.
OKLAHOMA- Tonliclil partly I'Uiudv.
nd warmer ricrpt In noilhwrsl por-
tion; Hunday unsrttlrd.
WILL REMAIN SO
RESULT OF CONFESSION
Many Details of Plots Within
Nation Revealed by Von
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V AriHINUToN April i.'.' --As a rr-
(lilt of revelations madr In London by
floral von lier iMu alleged Herman
py. many linllrlmrnts of Merman sym-
pathisers hr nskrd by 'rdi-rul of-
lii'liila. Vim ilrr Molls atiilrtnent v.s mild
by ilt-partment nfflrlals to have npenid
a "Hold practically without llrnltH" for
investigation Tlic government will fol
low every clue II whs understood Fri-
day thnt a ini.nnci of men Involved In
Von der Mollis activltlca In the I'nlteil
Ntiitiv In much later than had been
Thr pcndlnit New Turk Indh tmints
a kh luM five of Von der Mnitx's neslst-
anla wrre said In rmbrars the. iilliged
leaders In the conspiracy to blow up the
WHIaiiit cnnnl but Itidutment of iiikii
Involved in inlnni ways In Hi' alleged
coimplracv probably will he sought anon
It wan iitidrisliwid Indli tmi nts will he
rkml also In f oiinci tloii Willi Von der
thdlt'i oiler uctlvlllci.
Muny of Mi' allegations In the "in
stntetiient of lloret Ton dcr liolu msd"
puhllc In Ijrnd.in In xt night. Iin v" been
known to the di'luirtniriit n( Justin- for
norka mid Investigation him hern made
pm tp ulsrl llilo Ihe activities of Mir-
mull t'oiiaiila In I'hb-egn. hi I'mil and
Ciiliinnrr. f i l ii In inn! I'lldiiy the
KilllniiHe investigation wn the only tine j
lo ihinIiic' r-ti1t . 1
nfllrlaln iiald nil del Unite's slnte-
ni ni thul I'oiinl von llei nslnrlf. Ih'
r.eriiniii iitnhannador hud advised against
an invasion of 1'nnada proposed hy Cap-
tain Itfiv- Ivtl and Von Pnp'n. the re-
riilleil ettihaitay atlachea. had been ion-
firmed niMne lime ago (mm nlher
Deis inert at Ellis Island
nii ier Hold la now deinined at the
New Ymk I III -i Island lininigtatiiin sis-
lion. He whs I ii ken line frimi l.lver-
rnml mi Murch and la to lie returned
lo Kiiglnnd to be detained until thr war
Smi after hla airlvel Von der ihilti
taken before the I'nlled Hlatea dis-
trlct nltorne and It la snld. lie revealed
(II Hie delaila ol the riinnl plot. The
recenl lllllll tllli'lll of five men IncludlllK
Capt Kianz vo.i I'npen. recalled lierinan
mllliaty atliiclie lollowed hi confession
Esparlsncsa In Meslco.
Von d.-r liolu la about 12 yeaia old
m l looka young -r Arcordlnf to hl
sioiv he hm captain In Ciirranta'a 1
arnit in I'hihiialma In lune tH v h. n
he line .iiieal'd bv Mem-rnl Mercailn audi
j.nteii.--d iii be ahnt Tl ree llinea Von
der i:iU nald he waa placed against a
wall (hi the tiring squad hut each lime j
waa lak"n bin k to prunin. r'.ventus'.ly .
he waa releaaed upon demand of the.
Ur-msii cnnaiil lyiler be look part In I
the ball Ira id Torrenn. OJInagi. San I''-;
rtio and y.ralei-a. .luai before the Ku .
rnneaii war began he paid the liermani
ronaul at I'hlhuahiia "hi hi in to M aah- j
Ington wheie he met Captain von INpen
I Mat i hi Atnrnry Marahall forwanled to
Waalilnatiin Flilay the evidences col-
lected by federal agent In Kg.itd to
thr lease ( Ih premises at No ku Will
street occupied by Wolfe von Igel. Von
Pa pen s secrslary which Is tinderalond
In show that Ihr lease was taken In von
Ig'l a name This evidence waa desired
In rnnncctlon Willi the settlement of the
question aa to whether the offices Were
renteil by the Herman embassy snd
thrrcfote were to be colialdered lieriniill
1 WA8MIN0T0N FORECAST.
j OKLAHOMA Tonight Ifirtlv cloudy.
' wanner except In northwest portion;
I Hunday unsettled
KAN8AH--Partly cloudy and proiwlily
cooler tonlghl and Hundas; cooler Hun-
da) AUK ANHAH Tonight Increasing clmid-
Ihrsa. wiiiitier. Hunday partly cloudy
Porsoast for Wsak.
I WAHIIINUTO.N. April Jl-Kaater wk
I will hr rold and unsettled ovr Ihr
Hurt hem portion of thr country hut In
j ihe south and on lh Pacific coaat nor-
I niul temperatures and fair wnathr wl'l
prevail according to the weather hurrnu a
forecast tmlav for th meek brglnnlim
tomorrow. This aa yc
Thr prraaura distribution over Ih
Ainerlcsn continent and adjacent oceans
la such (a to Indicate nnrmoj tamper-
aturea In the southern and Pacific sta'.ra
during the week.
IN AFRICA BADLY
MiXIiON Vpul 22. - A I!euter dis-
patch from Capetown dealing with the
report of a rtimmlaalnn of Inquiry Into
tin treatment o( pilsoners of war hv
thi lierinana In Houthwrst Afrha fol-
lows "A urination has been caused by In
publication of the official raport of tha
ci.nimlsalon of Inuulry Into thr treat-
ment nf prisoners of war by Hie Urr-
ma ii In thr Houthwest Africa campaign
revealing another story nf shocking
tieatment nf British prisoners and show-
li'V a ronipl'te lack of organliatlon or
"Knod latlons were eoaisr and ba-
enme so Insufficient that men were ia
ducrd In waiting In Una to drink the
biood of s'aughtrrrd men and to bolting
Ihr soft parla nf hldrs lo rtlract nour-
ll nicnt They were scanlllv clad and
haishlv treated some tiring arnt on long
railway Journrs clad In tunic a short
bin cloth and sandals and helmet a
spc-tade. savs the tepnrt. 'for women
ti'thes who saw Ihem on thr road" Thr
in r man governor Heltg ordered Ihem
pliord In Irons during their transit
"Whrn of fieri s cnmplalnrd In ilovrr-
nor Sells hr told them the ought o
be tlankful fnr what Ihev got Thr III
Itialment was no! confined lo war prta-
niHs llilllsh clvilisna who were pofltl-
il prisoners with women and children
in re confined In common jails slerplng
tin In a plngle cell with locked doors re-
aiiltlng In sli kneas and dysentarv owing
to the disgusting sanitary condition "
SPREADS: NO DISORDER
LATE RETURNS STILL
AGAINSTW. J. BRYAN
OMAHA. Neb. April JJ-8stialor Al-
bert II Cuinmlna nf Iowa waa leading
Henrv Kurd of letrnll for tha rrpubllVwn
prealdruiliil nomination III HMurday'a re.
lurna from Nrhraaka'a primary brld
Tursdav Complrta returns from too
prrclnrla mil nf the LI'S) In Ihr stale
have given Cummlna a lead nf I UK) vnlra
It is now loiisldrrrd vlrluslly certain
that William J Hrvnn baa hnrn defeated
for i he nomination for delrgata-at-Urga
lo Hie demm-raltc nallonal coiivrntlon
He ia running alsth nn a lis Hot nf seven
four of whom are lo hr elected
Inspectors Who Visited West
Point to Confirm Convict's
Directions Find Nothing.
NKW YORK. Arrll 32. -Th( body of
fiorot hy Arnold was not foud In the.
cellar nf tha house outslds Wsal ruin I
whrr New ork dstertlvrf ararchrd
ysstrrday Poller Inspector Faurot who
conducted tha Inveatlgatlon announcrd
today that Ih're was no truth In ths
pnbllshad stonss that lir body had bn
Kaurot sM thrre was nothing to Ihe
story fold by O. f. Olrnnorrls. a convict
in Ithodt Island priaon that he aid-
rd In tha burial In Wst pnlnt cellar
of a young woman ressmhllui Miss Ar-
nold. Faurwt ssarrtrd "all w found waa
an old rour-lnrh watai main.'
fiorothy Arnotd daughter iif Francla
R Arnold g waalthy Importer nf this
city vanished mysteriously while on (
shopping trip nn fifth avenue In M10
The present search wis begun 'trr O.
C. (Jlrnnorrls. a convict In ( Rhode Is-
land prison told a slorj few Uy ago
tliat hr had ld4 In thr burial In a West
Point cellar of a young woman rrsrmhl-
Ing Miss Arnold
reurnt raturnrd with his men from
West Point at midnight declaring that
"hr was satisfied with the result" hut
declined lo amy whether a body had been
found. II was aald Ihe Inquiry would be
Thr house where Ihr body II aald to
haia horn racovsrod fits tha description
of that mentlonmd Jn (ilannorrlC story.
Into Great War
IiKnt.lX. April nlVla alfelra la
Ha wills Aeordlng to r ports ffom Clen-
eia says ths Oversess Nems. Agency
"ilreal llrltaln hi offered to plain poo-
aesslon of Tangier If flnaln will (else the
Herman ship in Kpanlsli ports and will
consent to the closing of the (trails of
Othraltmr to all neutral ship rurrpt
those flying; the Hpanlah flag -
ANNUAL TYPO ELECTION
WILL BEHELD MAY 24
INDIAN APOLIfl. April II -the an-
nual rlrqtlon of officers of Ihe Interna-
tional Typographical union will be held
May II thmnghmit thr lfnllrd Htatss
and Canada according to an atineunr-
ment made her Haturdat- hv M.r.ii.n
U. Hcolt. president.
Neither President Rcolt. nor the vice
prealdenl Walter W. Ilsrretl of Chi-
cago will have oppoeltlon hat John W
Hays rcrstary.troasurrr. will have as
his opponent a ysrrtll of Houston.
Teiaa It Is riprctrd that ahitiil Vi.iiM
vntea mill he cast and that It mill re-
qulrw about two wewks' time o count
the ballots. .
cutw or vin iiIecuid.
' HllI'MTDM t.. An. II as i.. . -ii
. " .' II .V . Hw .1 1 1
Orv Hleamahln llnse Varlloa ia.
from New Tork wlfh the seven men of
thr crew of the schooner Caroline ilray.
wrecserj nn i ape luttteraa The Medina
stood by ihe Carolina Orgy tor several
hours The achnnner was la tan with coal
and waa (nroulw Norfolk to ClrBniafoe
"lldw Is your boy Jooh getting dnng
with his employer'" 'Well." replied
Farmer trnmtnaael "ther have corns to
tn agree ment ml lai. Joan saUJ ha was
riln in quit an' the hoes no amid a
loo "- Washington flur
"Is Alice musical?" "So hut aha al-
mays slnga If you ilk 'her "- Boston
"Psna. where a muii.i-' .
I i-r-iHiw . man
mhos srwslck during hie (nitre voyage
of life " - lvndun Evmnlng filandaid
Up Ih Mexico
Inability of Government to Sta-
bilize Currency Moves Gar-
cia to New Suggestion.
Kl. PAHO Texas April Iliiuks In
Menlco are not refusing Carraiua irr
be ause nf any secret agrremotit with ihe
Carrauia government aa has hern said
In some quarters but hacanse they feel
the patter has no valnr accorillng to
Andres Darela. Mrsh'ail onaiil here
liarrla ndmltted that thr financial situa-
tion in Mesho hxikrd rather dark at this
time but ssld hr thought thr whole prob-
lem could ha solvsd hy the free ami un-
limited culniigr nf silver a rri ninmrndn-
tlnn that he had already made to the
minister nf finance
Believe New Clearing Scheme
Will Greatly Expedite
Local bank officials do not know th
eiacl detalla nf tha plan nf federal re-
serve bank governors and the federal
reserve board In yatemallie bank clear-
ings nf reserve member banks an-
nounced In Associated Preaa nlapatches
KTIday from Washington.
The plan (aid lo be very neaily
worked out contemplate allowing
each member bank lo clear through Its
reserve Institution thus cutting down
the time checks now float about b'fore
being returned to thr point of their
Frank P. Johnson pieenlent of thr
A merles n National bank and other
local flnanulsl men eipreased them-
selves aa much In favor nf thr proposed
change. They believe It will do lllilcn In
eipedlte business al present slightly
hampered hy lark of clearing avstema-
ARGUE FOR THE
WATKIt HoNPH CO.M.MKNI'Kle-lt Bi-
lullnns coniinenillng the water bonil if-
sue for Oklahoma City were pusNrd lil-
dny night tiiiuiilinously hv the .left r-
sonlsn club of Cnpllol Hill nl a iimas
meeting held al C and Hnblnsoii at re la
I.CNd CAHK ftKKHHHHKIi I pon a
motion that a Justice of the peace raini j
loses Jurisdiction lifter u enne bus bscn
pending for til net v ilnva. Informailon ;
agulnat Jiihn l.ung former dly patrol- j
man charged with shooting Chief of fo-
lic Nichols on October I was dlamhs'd I
by default 1'rliluv afternoon In the cuti't
of Justice Maupln. A new liiforin.illni :
mas filed by Cniinly Anorn .lolm i
Kmbry and Lung was relrsseil upon 'a i
11.000 bond. j
MATRON Kl.KCTKK Mrs. A H. Con-i
nailer (10 Weal Fourteenth street hus
been appointed chief matron of the First
Hrlgade of Ihe Confederals Veterans Ok-
lahoma division. The Oklahoma brigade
will attend the reunion at HIimliiKhum.
Ala. In June
I'KTKCTIVK SlHIMAOr;!' t'hlef of
Police Nichols ntymuiicrd late Krntsv
thai lietnctlve W It. Fciguaon had been
atisiendeil for a period of ten ilavs hr-
causa nf s fight staged in the uttnc of
W. P. Harper revet al diiva ago.
KX-fioVKKNOIl II Kit K Former (iov-
ernnr T. H. Ferguson of Wntonsa Is In
the city today ntleiidlni a mcetliig of
the state republican committee j
At TO MAN KPEI-riamagrs lo tin
(amount of 11(34 Jl arc asked nf the lian- i
dull-Taylor Motor Cor company In u pr.
tit Inn filed In district court Friday all-1
crnoon. Hhe allrgrs that whllr driving n I
car near the corner of West Hi venteent h
strrrt and Hudson on lire. J. liilj. jii k j
Trivlnr of Ilia Itaiidall-Tav lor iouiian
inn Into hrr car with one lie waa iluii-
i nitrating. Injuring her bsdl
Argument prepared bv a committee
representing the legislature favoring Ihe
adoption nf the constitutions! amend-
ment establishing a literacy lest for vot-
ing waa filed In Ihe office of thr sec
rrtary of state Hat ur day morning by 4".
F. Barrett director of the democratic
praes bureau and member of tha com-
mittee which wrote the argument.
"A earofut reading of the amendment
must convince every man and woman
who values thr lights and prlvllrgrs nf
cltlgenshlp that It Is a wise and dealrabls
prevision and that It places a proper
and rss sons bis and much needed protec-
tion around the prlvllegea of the ballot."
reads the opening paragraph.
The amendment Is a product of the
democratic majority of thr last Irglsla-
lure and Its adoption la eiprctrd In be
vigorously fought by republicans
ON CAPITOL JOB
ITPIH r.Nt'HI'ALl.T III SV Sun.
four marriage license had been sold I rl-
iia In Oklahoma flit since the first nl
Ike month. Dal-nrlous spring the near-
ness of June and leap year arc drclnred
In be responsible for the number wlncn
ida.bHahrs a record for Ihe coiiniv
FllAI H WJ.KUKU A final informs
Hon was filed In ths district court Hat
urday charging ilenrge Crouch Willi ob-
taining f 1 (til through a fraudiib lit proiu-
iranry note from M. U Hsn'o. k
MVKitMHK PATHONH' F4.KCTIoS
Tho Ulvernliie patrons club lield a liii'l-
neaa meeting at the Itlverslde pichool
building Friday afternoon and elected
the following officers: Mia II II Hpen-
cer. president: Mns William Cluelt vlre
president; Mm W. H lraler. aecre-
lary; Mrs Al Ituasuni. tn-aaurer; Mrs
James Poole delegate lo the City Fed-
AMERICAN CORN TO
IlKKNK. Hwitaerlend. April Tli. !
French government has granted nuthoil- I
ty for Ihe shipment of J.otsi car hsids nf i
Amerli-an com for Hwllserland. which.
has been delayed many weeks In Msr-
seillea. The forwarding already has be.
Ureal Hrltain had nffrrrd four Riltish
stramrra fnr Swiss tmportallona from
America and Orrece also had offered
several ships. The proposal In create a
ftwlss merchant marine under the HwPs
flag has been abandoned on Ihr ground
thai Hwittrrland has nn naval force in
PITTMII ItUH. April Pickets al
lbs estliighouse fiecirn and M.miifei
luring iinni in s plant al Ijist Put-
burgh pleaded so sin ceasfiillv with work-
men nn their wsi to the shot Hstur-
ilsv thai lesders nf the strike Inaiigumteil
Krbla lo enfori e an eight hour dsv de
mstiil. declared thai onh :..ii"n nt th K.-
oi) eniploirs bsd entered Ureal crowds
nf sinkers filled Ihe sireeis I. win a to
Ihe (ilea but there was no ill-ot.ln
Inside Ihe hois guards etsmliied luin h
baakeis of workmen who succee.tetl in
liasslng the pnkela to pievenl Ihe In-
trolui'iioii of rtdoaives
IN PARIS THURSDAY
I'M!!.-. A pnl :.' -Thr first session of
Ihs Inter parliamentary economic com-
mittee of the entente allies will ha hah!
nrvt Tburs'tav al Ihe Luxembourg pal-
air Hirst Hrltain will lie leprasenled
I bv I.' nietnnrra of parliament high com-
! imssioners and colonial agsnts Italy h)
i diputles and senstors headet bv for-
l.e.ilera of Ihe .ink. ..I ..... mrr I remler l.tltsalll: H'rnia ny II nypu-
w iiiiI.I iHti .de st mam in an aiicopt to ' " " mlnlstrrs. and Pneiu-
Rd i i' i" MirmiTrn i'i fiiimiiii nils-
pin uNn will l rfirfii4hlM Th Krtnrh
ropti rn(Rlinti wlH l 44 irlUnii-Ti-iir-
114 1( t
CHICAGO AND NEW YORK
prlng out ihe milkmen In a iiiimhet ot
fa'loil's whli h iln not remgiuie ihe
eigbt houi ilut If thrv Sll. .r .. Ihev
said the would have ;iwii men on strike
bv ills: 'it
CAAAANJA rieceiVfR DIPLOMATS.
CITY. Aptil lirneial
is repriseulslive nf the Ameilcsn gov
trrelved Ihe ellllle dlplomal lsve 1
Idav aii ordlng In em h of JMWSirTnS. A
stives a private iudlrsjaHtittt m aa nominal
hose received wete J . IIJT '.Ml.oti todnt for hi
April :i -Hnbart
nominated bv ITeslrtek.1
istmsaier of New
Yolk and IMsnn C Williams as poet
inastet nf Chicago
Dollars Are Sons
Not of Dollars But of Cents
l.lt llltu till' lislnl nf siiiinj Mnall mtliilllila. Ia
"-! Htlln cvntj mnk In n Thrift fliili I 'rf
llfli Nte. It a n safe. eai ami ii.nirnlent wg.v
tn an lii'li'siuliiit old (tie
Join the Thrift Club Today!
$100 Thrift Certificate $50
Funeral services for I. B. Klladgs were
hild thla morning at in Jo In the cbap-l
of 81 1 est A Draper The body mas
shipped to Norman at 1 p. m tot Pi-
ferment f uneral services fnr Taul fllewart. 11
years old who died "aturday morning at
the horn of hit ittdthot Mrs. Rhea
'Mil wart. Ill Fast Fifth street mill he
I hr Id Hunday afternoon al t o'clock gi
I thr family reeidrnre The lad died after
short Illness of pnsumonK The ssrv.
less mill bo In charge nf Or I Frank
Itnarh. pastor of the Flret Methodist
F)ilsropal church fntermrnt mill be In
Falrlawn cemetery The deceased ia
univrd bf his mother Mrs nhea Stew-
art and Van Wlnirr Kiemart. a brother.
hlswarl A Williams dwelling
v-mins Hui.nl u nu
no i fiemsft Williams omening
i West Thlrty-fourtn. rooting ii.ooo
i fttrmart A Williams do elllng
vreel rnirieomn. cnsiing lien
0 H Millar. Ill West Twsnty-elghni
milling coating II.MKi.
Mophen A. ImuglM. meinhet of thr
capital building commission la tn h
engsged by Hover nor Wllllama lo do
some oparlal oupravlslng work on the
construction of Ihe new state raptlul
II' mill be paid for his services out of
the governor s rntlngent fund He mill
do the apodal work mhrn he ks not en-
gaged In the work of the conunleslon
Members of Ihe commission receive
pay fur their services only when actu-
Douglas Is an experienced architect.
CAUSES ADAMAGE SUIT
Alleging that Hsvmond Mender's Ford
aulnmchlle completely wrecked hla Velle
car In a collision Cliff Johnann mas
seeking a Judgment ftalurday In Ihe
county court for I4M damages Ac.
renting lo Ihe petition IV Johnson
brut hrr of thr plaintiff maa driving the
Velle and M R. Mender brother of the
defendant waa piloting tho Fried
Jnhnarn alleges that Render was driv-
ing til Ford al forty tn fifty mile an
hnur. and thai hla brother with the
Volte waa traveling about eight lo ten
miles an hnur
cuetriw itaictly infoacio. I
AFTtlN. Okie. April II -i Hpe.-lal I
Marahall Mitchell has S'ive.1 nratlrr nn
(II thr small hoys snd their parsnts
that he mill from nom on atrb-tlv en-
force the curfew ordinance which ia- i
quttes that all bna he off the streets
C0NICER0S' BAND OF
TOItllKON Mrslcn. ApMc:;' - Via Kl
Pmo Jiiiictinn ) (iruetsl hrverlno Con-
Iceros and his rnininsnd nf Villa ban-
Ills have surrendered In the military
commander In Ourangn City and have
hern granted amnesty lienerul Trrvino
haa liiformsd thr Imal agitators who
desired to make resistance In Ihe si-
vance nf the Ainrrban tnsiw ihsl ths
de fscto (ovemmrnt had Inr sltuat on
well In hand. Thr situation In Imrangu
Is steadily Improving
FRANK MORAN TO MEET
CARL MORRIS AT TULSA
TPUtA Okla . April it iNMctal -LtMat
prnmutrrs aiinnunrrd last night
tliat artlclea have been signed providing
for a U round bout here Mav .'0 hrtwrru
Carl Morris of rlspuli and Frank Morsn
the Pittsburgh title challenger who le-
ceully waa healed hy Jeea Wlllard In a
no-daclalnn corneal. II waa declared that
Mnrmn will be paid more for hla appear-
aoce hers than noser ever liefore re-
ceived for a bout In Oklahoma Ths bat-
tle will no presented In Convention hall.
I.A WRF.NCK Kana April ?J The
") allow nrwspspris'' mss decried .
John M Coonev of Ihe I nlvcrslty ol
Notie Immr In an addieaa hrfot. thr'
slllh annual Inert log of the Amrrlan
Aasnelatlnn nf Journalism leacbeis here
' Any per Is Justified In being sensa-
tional but never In being 'yellow " he
declared "The 'vellum- Journal la mtirh
like a pirate and aa su. h mill be driven
from the area "
When You Buy or Build Your Home
When You Invest Your Savings With Us
You have the help and advice of the fol-
lowing business men our officers and
F. P. Johnson Prt'H. American Nat'l Hank.
A. H. Classen Pres. Okla. Ry. Co.
(Jen. (. Nohlberif Pres. Acme Milling Co.
F. S. Peck Physician.
Geo. K. Gardner Mgr. Dalton AdilinK Machine Co.
F. II. Peekham C.eneral ARent Oklahoma City Huild-
injjf and Loan Association.
J. M. Owen Keal Kstate and Loans.
1. II. Fverest Attorney.
Newton Avery. Insurance.
W. M. KiiiR Physicinn.
A. L. Welsh Keal Kstute and Loans.
W. R. McWilliams Assistant Secretary and Office
Mr i'. Okla. City UIcIr. and Loan Association.
These twelve sound business men man-
age and direct the affairs of this institu-
tion. (Organized in 1898)
The Oklahoma City Building and Loan Association
204-206 Majestic Bldg.
1 WHY PUT IT OFF?
- For years your wife has wanted hard wood
floors. You yourself have admired those of
your neighbors and friends and made a mental
: reservation thnt "someday" your home would
have beautiful easily cleaned oak floors. Stop
Sj cogitating call Walnut 717 and let them tell
1 FORKED LEAF OAK
flooring. We have a special thin stock made
especially for laying over old floors arid we
have quarter-sawed and plain Forked Leaf in
several qualities. Let us figure with you we
Ejj can show you how to lay an oak floor at a
most reasonable cost. "Consultation" is free.
g Minnetonka Lumber Co.
E Exclusive Agent for FORKED LEAF Flooring.
Fred Beirly Manager. Phone Wal. 717.
sxr YarcAnft cities in
'i jGtSToma and
Jte&L the Katv
f jfiw best either
"'Vis. - .e-lsmrr nc-
shipper of freight.
David-Lloyd-George Is Mercilessly
Scored in Remarkable Open Letter
I Kent II If a sr.
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The Farmers National Bank
1 Grand Avenue Facing Robtnaon
lyiNDON April I: - Dtsplsasure
aiptoooM hr the rtdlrolt rr thr
altitude M l"old iJold (rori mlo-
Isler of munltlnnt rulmlnetei)
Urday tn t rematasblr etan letter
'by Alfred (Untlner editor at tho
loll Ns. In whlrh Mr Ootdlnst
ehare Mr t Jnd-rtere wltt. to.
aronslhlllte fnr the (overnmont rrisls
The mrnlitet of hiunlttntit. oho
for tht ttrlt fear of the war was ths
Idol of th. redlrdls. las koon ehtm-
ptoned lattly kt ho to-railed) Nnrtll-
rllfle nreat an1 ormaervallva mtani
whlrh Hare mails tha sevorsst crltl-
rlsint nf tht alnidom
"The rtitlt tht week." says Mr.
tlardlner Mior. "Has tho culmina-
tion f ad )mir arllrttlea The
resintry hit made Itt r hoi re heiween
As.iilth tnd iruristf. It heard miirh
about Asqulth froni ygur friends of
the pteoe; you ooraped Insuh ; ynu
will aarano eipoouro no Innier.
"In tho heated overwrought a turns
phtra nf your mind )ou believe your-
salf a man of destiny temorra y has
boon only vehldo n you not a faith
Tmi never understood nor liked trade
unionism Tmi ore esamtlslly an
nratnr Thll hat been tho chief ri.l
llston hetwean you and Asiiultli
Thrmujhout he sought to eorry Ishor
with r.lm Tnu In apoesliyile vision
fif yourself ts tho savior nl fctitope.
turned In roitipulslon Toil were one
nf the ihlof orrMtertt of tho tall nf
the liberal government and the ea
tohllthment nf tho roe II I Ion Hut ihr
new government vroa not what you
Intended. Aequlth. tltey. Kltrhener.
remained and It wtt auhjerte (tnm
the nutset to bitter relentleaa tl
t.rks Am I wrong in tssumlng ynu
hae hen Inrloee inltmtry aiih ihe
thirf tuallinti nf the guwiomrnt '
U'h Mrrcury! Atlaiks tho
bones salivates ad
makes you pick.
There I an raon why t net son should
tske elrkenlng. awllvsllng rals.nisl when
I1) rents buys laige bottle nf l4son't
l.ltrr Tone- perfoot oubstituto fur cal-
omel tt lo pleasant vegetehls liquid whlrh
will start your liver )nsl is surely at
ralomrl but It doaon'l msks you siik and 1
ran not salivate.
Children and grown folk ran lake
PimVumi Liver Tone beiausa It la ft- I
ferity harm I nee. I
Calomel It dangsmus drug II Is1
merriirv tnd attarke your bone. Take
I doon of nesly ralomrl tndsy tnd yno
will reel wesa. eira snn naueeaieoj In-
nmrrtiw Don't loee dar t wmk. Take
spoonful nf lndon'i l.lvr Tone In-
tisod tnd low will wake up feeling great
No mora hlltreaeneoa. mnotlpaltnn. slug-
gtshnsra hradtrho. rnwinl longiia nr aur
ttnmorlt. Tour Jniggiet at If rmj
"n't f:nd Imdson't Uwor Tone trtt bet-
ter than horrible rolnmol your money lo
mini lor you. Adv.
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Stafford, R. E. Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 18, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 22, 1916, newspaper, April 22, 1916; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc170007/m1/2/: accessed June 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.