Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 109, Ed. 1 Monday, August 7, 1916 Page: 2 of 8
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S421J05 NEEDED Rail Strike
DY CITY SCHOOLS
HI COMING YEAR
Twenty Additional Grade and
Seven High School Teach-
ers to Be Employed.
Imperative necessity that twenty ad-
ditional teachers be employed for Ok-
lahoma City grade schools (or the year
191617 and seven additional instruct-
on for the high school as wll as the
fact that prim on sihool supplies
necessary (nr the Oklahoma C'ilv dis-
trict have increased will require the
expenditure o( $-IJI05 hv the board ol
education this year as aKainst $.lo-
BW58 for tli- iast year.
This statement was made this morn-
ing hy K. J. Edwards president of the
board of education. It is intended to
Jiwnluiti .s fl. voter nf tit i-itv tlir
necessity of securing an additional i) mayors w.mld be unable to do anything
levy for school purpos-M. An election I"' "I"" '" alnre of such forces
. A.rA. u.i.ih.r r il. Ir.-ir u-ilt as li.ivc been at work and a meeting for
be allowed i. to be held August 15. I ' Prnose would appear. to me to
. be ibe height of imbecility. I hats mv
Edwards' Estimate. sentiment "
Mr Kdwards estimates that Wi
eighth grade pupils will enter high MURRAY CONTEST FILED
t'ZZ: ERRORS IN COUNT CLAIMED
into consideration the pupils who have
Mayor Overlndser rejected this morn-
ing a telegraphic suggestion that the
mayors of Oklahoma's cities and towns
assemble here and try to work out some
plan to aid in a settlement of the im-
perilling national railroad strike. The
suggestion was contained in the follow-
ing telegram from Val Mullen of Ard-
more. president of the Municipal league
It appears that biggest strike in
history of world will be pulled off
al once What do you think about
calling meeting of mayors in Okla
honia City at once and see if we can
an! in settlement ?
Oklahoma City's executive declared
such an action would be futile and absurd.
"The greatest minds in America in-
dustrial and political have been work-
ing to avert this strike" Mayor Over-
holser said "and the federal govern-
ment has intimated that it will inter-
vene Of what avail would be a meeting
uch as that suggested? We country
CHICAGO AUTO THIEVES
STEAL SMALL BOY WHO
LAY ASLEEP IN CAR
CHICAGO. Aug. 7. -r When
thieves stole the automobile of
Fred I law Sunday they ear-
ned away his sleeping 8 year-old
son. The father left the car stand-
ing at the curb while he and the
mother went into a restaurant.
When they returned it was gone
ami likewise the hov e
Apparently the robbers were' un-
able to capitalize the boy for he
was set down on a sidewalk a few
blinks from the scene of the theft
and was left to find his parents.
moved into the citv during the summer
or those from rural districts.
Habeas Coipus Writ Asked -G. V.
Ilornherger applied to district court to-
day for a writ of habeas corpus for
his release fcym the city jail. Petitioner
says he was convb ted in police court
and sentenced to tn days in jail and
fined $.'5. Mr has served the ten days I
and now questions the power of the
municipal judge to sentence him to
serv? out his fine.
Judge In El Reno - District Judge
(Taik was in F.I Keno today to "open
a term of court I he criminal d k .-t
will be disposed nf first. Judge May-
son is the only district judge in Okla
homa City today. Judge Oldfield is in
Nominee for Representative. Demo.
(C ontlniirit from Fm tint.)
Smith were counted for Mckeown. audi crane nominees for representatives are
The hoard president states that of the more than twn bundled votes cast tor Adamson. Htitterfteld. (ish. Robertson
additional amount asked. Jl.v'SHl will me were also counted lor him ami j and Dol.tu Republican nominees are
h spent on playgrounds ciiuiptiiciit and' that many other votes were marked Harris (iwartney Nelson Eastman
supervisors. He ilot wishes to pay pre-1 mutnaieu wnun property siioum nave
milims upon fue tornado and boiler m J been counted lor me In the Francis
l ho alone sivu-cn nailots oj mis cnai
sitranre for five years in advame 1 hi
he says will save the district $1.151X1.
Desks and Siipni'a.
Desks and supplies for the expected
new pupils will cost an additional
aeler were thrown out solely because
they were m.iiked with a pencil in-
stead oi a stern if This thry had no
i ight to do.
In Oktukee county one entire box
000. and. because of crowded conditions I ttas mlllr r alleged reason
mucn money must tie spent on repairs i (u rrtmn . -rititie.
to buildings and rooms 1 (
The board's budget of expenses fori -i ... .. mitihasis that
1015-In was $.i.'7NO.5. Of this amount w ( count is made ur when it
$.Vi.'fW 5H as disbursed
Whenever You Nerd a General Tonic
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
Chill Torn.' i equally valuable as a
General Tonic beiause it contains tlu'
svell known t mic properties of Ql'l-
NINE and IRON. 50c. -Adv.
i VI be shown that Judge MiKeown
Progressive Ballot Candidates nn
the progressive tnket polled only ten
votes eaih in last Tuesday's election;
socialists between .VI and 750 and pro-
hibitionists only four.
This County Victot-Oklahoma conn-
Iv laiididafcs for slate senator long
ami short terms mi both democratic
and republican tickets were nominated
over candidates from Canadian county.
Demm ratic iioiiiiures are Snwler tor
. i :
They Come; They See; They Buy!
The Jenkins Annual Mid-Summer Sale a Hummer
All former records for the first week has been broken in this sale from point of number of Pianos sold and in point of
Values given. Never in our history did we have so many extra high grade used Pianos and in such perfect condition as
the ones in this sale. You make a mistake if you judge these used Pianos by ordinnry standards these are bargains
that you can't get away from.
For example there is a full size modem Upright Grand HARVARD Piano for only $100; a good used full Hize
MARSHALL & WENDAL Piano at $85; a really beautiful Used Upright VOSE Piano only $210 at $5 monthly; a splendid
though used ELBURN Piano at only $165; there is one of the best LUDWIG Pianos a $450 style going at only $125;
there is a choice style SCHAEFFER Piano a late design in beautiful oak case at only $225 $5 monthly; and another
SCHAErFER used in mahogany for $200; there are three Used KIM BALLS; a half dozen or more Used ELBURNS;
in short there is most anv make you could wish among the used Pianos now offered; and mind you EVERY PIANO HAS
BEEN VOICED TONE REGULATED ADJUSTED and looked after by the best Piano workmen in the Southwest; WE
HOLD OURSELVES RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FUTURE CONDUCT OF THESE BARGAINS. Come and test them.
. . . . . i . i . . ... . . .
was ncmiiiatel In reieiving a pint all". ; me long terms ami i.utns lor the stiort
o tbe ole oi the di-lrict he w ill ' term ; rrpuMi. an I wvimd for the long
have m beam Mippoit
Russell Is Leading.
Complete returns Ironi sixtv fne
leitn and Helms tor the short 'errr.
Vote in Judge's Election. - Presiding
counties which bail offi.iallv reported ' l"'r T'"' ""le ' I he criminal
I.. the st.i'e election boat I this morn- 1 V'"" . l'l'eals. and unopened for
Obi Watherse Nominated James I.
trown of Oklahoma (its. an old war
ms ship t aim.l.-H Riis.rll a l.a.1 ..I ! 'lemocratic reiiointuatioii. re. en e. 1 1
approximately .tins! votes over j. . votes in Oklahoma counts His rrpuh-lohii-l.
n lor the democratic tiounna- opponent in the general ele lion
wno was inioptiosrl . nomination.
...ii.i : ui i
Inilt.liillpr in l i"n . in imf M'Unn
.... I... .. ( . I ...... .. i ' I ne counties wunn rave so iar re
Meriliratinii o air to lie put into ibs i . . . . .. . .
1 1 . i i on inn on luiir ..in-i..(' . nil--
' lt I ..... ... .l .1 -
I srn s uoine soui.iy ami .nn.u oiorr . .
east sr c.umttes whee be r eve I ( w vnMH bl .Jn(
le.v voir I. is estimated at the eleclflir rtpri!llin cnMnii.n
turn boanl that tbe final oi.n I u. - UUhrma county was .Ml').
sr s maiornv win ne . o.r ..v ( nf y nuj(Mty M 0y
wi .r .r ..... ... '
have given a maioritv to the Itteiaiv
tet aniendmenl lite counties in whuu sn jn w Winner.- Ceorge M Pod
it iarrie.1 are ( ailer. Wagoner Mc-I Oklahoma ilv defeated Ins
Intosh. 11m in and Okiu-kee I h'' 1 f.ithrr in law W T Walker. Mr the re
iimioiiIv airaoi.t it il be betweiii ptiin nomination for longX" 'r'""
-"" and y ' . .(. (h dt-tri t Dod-nrs s.tr in Ok-
rnDSin me tint I l.ihoitu lo.inn was I .Ml. Walker 4".l
LUMNtLlUb WILL ' lor C hotnp.n em .iat renomi
ASK RECOUNT TO i"1'"' "mrl 4M1 v"r Oklahoma
STERILIZED AIR IrM
WATER NEW FEATURE ' '"M r '""K lrrm ' i'r-ti.n
tilled wa'er (or iominer ial bottling is
the feature of a patent imdrr whnh the
'Tuiest iitill-i ami Aerating Watet
Company" will work The company
was gmrtied a charter last Saturday It
is composed of Ie K Ouigley. ;Ward
V Kelley and Mark II kessler. local
men and is capitalized m
IT Til SI seteittK tii-.t rmir hmn. r ti
hum .of rur nviihhor rail P ta X S.
S fit lh rll? aailur vf Th tlmH toil
(it nun ih rii
Mr and Mrs I. A Dale. 12 North
Pale avenue boy
Mr and Mrs M S NKIIdowney.
22F West Imirteenth street gitl
Mr and Mrs I any Wharton. .'.'I
East Sixth street girl
Mr and Mrs n Owrev. JTiXI I as!
Fifteenth street girl
Mr and Mis I M rh'ov Harriv
Sir and Mrs. F-tank Palmer girl
WIPE OUT DOUBT
Pays the Same
Price You Do
We do not Cut
to 1 3 50
Thev ae guar jnw Jio to
are $15 Always
Tliejr are gunsnteed to
1.'-' Ml tualities.
Woe.4 rieet Over Wesifall'i
Sliltsttt It Dtm Slot.
Commusinneis Renamed - Democrat
ic tioininrrs (or rotiutv lommistioner are
K'evnolds Shelden and Abernalhv b'e.
publii an iioininers are lllaV 1'ickard
and I litis r Shelden and IHa. k are
1 1 ominissioiirr s now MieMen ileleiteil
11 I. Ilrabl bi on1 oiinoiiriil l a
atorits o( i.l.' Ileald dled "tes
Humphtey'a Hear? Supnnit ( orpn
j r itioti I ommisioirr W D llu'Mplire.
' i'fiii.1 r itn istididate. ...!ed I'M vi les
oi I.IJ less than the sole of all Ins up
iiotunts loinlnned I II ..biitoii. tot
the long term reietsed I' l" in his home
loiints I'. Watson was se mid with
New Mail Poses I nele tm i
growing tired of his old stvle street
lettrr hoxrs It was aninninied at the
loi.il po.t. One this morning that
sejlnl .id for new design of bses
will be -eieived hv the pun having
agent of the postal depsrtment V
1 Wabmg''ti until August H Ibe few
commissi. iner ilemm tat. I bovrs will be iti.ialM pr.l .111 l'J7
sevn. I Is .1-;. rrn.lr. .1.11 ! 1
Ha f Trt sm rf rfswftj psn
t MS imi ki nr
akil ana mkiH im pmii if on
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smm Hi Make all kioat of mi
4. fsM.4 Nhii. Ik nnMS rMt4
fqptra pir Hpjrfi Mklnt ta fur.
ia ii in i
t( msSlnnHt frnm ti en 1
W Mi .Ml: I'.en II Dan.. I.H.7
lliibatk i I :
t mintv I lei k - I le nge K Veokiun
( onrt ( lrrk 1 1 nartholemew . I
r.'l Mt (. !.be K iiteen I
I "Mill sr .r I.eolgeW ta'tliO
I SM Paul Hit ion.
I oiintv Ireasiner I s I atle. .11.1
Judge criminal iniirt of appeals
democtat. Dosle. OJ (no opponent I
Kepiiblnan dia .1.144. (no opponent I
N ote on state ipiesti his in Oklahoma
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no. No H ."lH ves. f .'.' no'. No. H7.
ri ves. r I'M rm! No K. .4Jil ves i...
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. V le.t.l 4."r ses. in: No 84. I
..'.' ves. 5i.;i) no. No HX J.R.I.I ves f..
iIismi t K
Sfi.-ud dislfM. Shell. n. KIJ. Ural 1
."-si lbud .li.tti.t M.etnatliv MM
llaliietl. ' Ml Siniili i.54. Whitney. SVi
bepiibli.an. .oiintv i . tmuissi ner.
I irst ilistti.t. I'laik Sei .nd distnit
1'i.k.ird. IIS. :Miinner. Vr. Illanrv !';
I hud il's'io I I nile. in.i opp .tienl )
t nil. laiin I 1 1 i.itnissiouer. demmral.
b eg let m tiklahonia eoimiv. I II
I .bmi..ii ej the deld with I voles
I' Wats m ssas seron.l. with I tsl
W il'i-iri i g. tlnnl. with I K'lissetl
iirth ni'l' 771 and llaitis ii (it'b
with 7'-l i.nt letm lliimphtes. J'4
t.'a.i . I l." I .eld ''7.'. and Ati-tin 4l
Kepnhlt. an. for i g letm corpotalion
i i'ii'iixi hi I'aikitison I 4''l. House
I 'i4l a -1 ino.. 7K1 Sh..t trrm
lit n. 4"'l. tt..m. Ml
s.iatr .n.alot. .leitvxtat. I ng term
s rr I fc. Iluit. I4ii Wilson. I.
IT). r. I te.isbaw V'J s . term
I'll". ::'7. Ilagan. I4I and Wat-
kms ' H
1 K'ptiidu an state senator long term
Twvfotd .4 Shott tnm. J I llrlhi
; I nso
b'rpirsentatisr. ilrnimUl lint dis
In. t damsoii. ut i no ..pporeiit ) Se.
on I dittu.l. Iliiliei(irl. 4' I K'l.bltlv
. IbitH disltnt. Imlt. t.S7. M .tfw
4 M.valeb 7'. ..tl. K'.het'soM
M llaepet l t ."Is. I. Wb.tlaVet
in. I 'I'll di1n. t. D. lii. .'. W t'gbt.
V l.ilf. Sl. (.oldiHI 17s
Keptesriitatise trpuhlnat. Tirst dis.
it ii t. Ilattis. SKI Harn 2Tn Sfn.
dultiit. Iiatttir. 5V n. iiit.tientl.
Ih'td HistMit Nelson OT!. tin oppt).
rent! roiinh ilislricl. I astttian. .110.
Norton. 2 Sims.w Vi; I sit Histiut.
Stenli. Inn opponent I
lor roiies. H-mmtat H
rhomps.m 4ll. inn opponent i He
t-ohlusn Divdsott I.MI Mi Aleer
.Vi. lH..Htith. 541. Walket. 7.
$10 Sends a Piano Home $10
Many Like New
Largest best style. Klegant mahog-
any. $5 monthly.
Snecial sale urire fLOd
A beautiful golden oak. modern
piano worth a special (9 I'l
effort to secme
Bargains in Used Pionos
One of the Rttrnction of this snle is the really won
derful values boinsr given in the higher grade New Pianos.
For example these s
$450 Estey Pianos $285
And remember these are nt out of date styles on the contrary these
F.steis ate of the very latest 'designs ; the modern bungalow or apartment
stvles ( ash tor a large number seemed them The character of K.stev
tone and durability is known to every miiMiian The saving offered war-
rants your prompt aitimi. The stock is already limited.
$350 Newton Pianos. $220
Here are remarkable values constructed on latest most approved lines.
For instance heavy lull metal plates solid copper wound bass strings wool
felt hammers etc.. etc. In short a piano vmi would not expect to buy for
less than $11 or $.!"! at the lowest Only a few nf these remain. They
have been one nf tbe "leading sellers" in the sale lletuh to maich is in
$300 DeRivers & Harris $185
In Inn u. g Tianos (mm factories a house able to pay cah ran effect
important savings and in buying fur the refinements nf fourteen aitive.
busy Jenkeiis' Stores nur bnver ran save siill more bv lieing able to pur-
chase in Hl'NDHKD bus These stall. lard make guaranteed De Rivers ft
Harris 1'ianos is the lesult nf such a buy See test and compare them
with pianos prued at VW elsewhere
Besides the New 1'ianos quoted above
there are others makes of National rep
utation on which we are not permitted hy the factories to
advertise our low prices.
ished like new
$5 monthly only . .
$300 VALUE ELBURN
A used popular style of our own
make The guaran- ttlCA
teed F.lburn only sPIslU
$400 VALUE ELBURN
A used largest best style in elegant
mahogany rase $245
$300 VALUE ELBURN
Only four of this lot of returned
from rent I Iburtis $200
t'pright. mahogany used; a fine
standard make; (v month.
Secial sale price
t'pright r.rand used; just like new
-$S month. Special t17C
sale price wl I
('.nod as new. Special t91C
sale price fals)
Weathered oak rase could be sold
fur new; rented a few
$300 WING A SON
t'sed t'pright Grand refinished
like new modern style 1 PA
with orrhestral attachment wIOU
One of best styles of the
spected made only
Modern up-to-date style mahogany
case. .See it.
Large sue. golden oak.
late style; $S monthly.
A handsome large style R. A fine
old Standard $245
A plain most desirable style in
fumed oak : bench to match
Positively good as new in tone and
action; handsome burl 9fifl
walnut case saUV
1 he famous Sleinway Venegram!
richest polished mahogany" $12
t'pright (irand used $o a month.
$400 CLOUGH & WARREN
Oak I'pright firand used. $5 a
month. Special t17C
sale price sjllu
fpright Grand. Oak could scarcely
he told from brand new $S a month.
Special sale a C
l atest style t'pngbt (irand. would
pass for new anywhere; r n best dull
Upright 4. rand used hut
tone and action. Special
Memll In Guthrte - W P.- lhe Mer
tdl. assistant I nitrd Stales aMnrnev
is in liii'hne today nn business belore
ludgr I nltetal in federal louit
Strike Not Ripened I d n't think
tbe iail.sa btotbethoewls will sirike
es.ept as a lat tesnM I estie.l theni
to k-o l.i almost attv length b'lote the
i all a nation wide sinkr." said Olbe S
V Isi.n. '.r.ieia'v nl lh state le lets
Hon of labor tlos morning
labor leaders Beluia Idgsr Fen
ton p'esidenl. and Olbe S Wilson
seetetars nl the Oklahoma Stale I ed
eraiion nf I ahor. base returned from
a sbo't business trip to . Mcster and
OI course this sale would not be complete without its Player Piano op-
portunities. Spate prevents listing them bete but we wanl to urge every
one contemplating so important a purchase to investigate the Player
opportunities of this onct a jrear sale For esample a used MM
Sterk rianola IWJ; a beautiful Elburn Player like new W; btand
new ttooo Plajrttl sellin at Hn etc . etc
( omfortahle terms. Iihiaty of mils and service to make for your
New Steinway Pianos
iillinir of I ha Iail'Ai( nrinn it u.'ill nt Atk avnr vmit
opportunity to huy them for as Steinway will potitiv!
l J .. i r n s. urn c . i i
ne uvanu.ru fov iu f iav siepteniucr J
Tmmm 1 Now
J I Sept. I
v- J Steinway Grands
II l fl I U n9 ? no o i.ooo li.tso
M I ' III 8's"-1 M;s 9100 '00 '0 fjw
I J Ml Deliver Prepaid-Other Pianos taken In
'sJ U ' eschanse. Comnleie cataloaue and full
information mailed on request
A slightly used 11130 mahofSBy Steinway Grand al M7S. A used
n7S Steinway Uprlfat at Uli etc. etc. Investigate the Steinway
possibilities of rfcia sale at once
OUT OF TOWN FOLKS r findinj it just an Mtiufnctory to order throujrh the "Rargain Shpet' an to call in pernon.
The wrll known Jenkins Onf-rricp to-AII-PInn HMiirrsi th aame hoot rlful to all and inasmuch as the Pianos are shipped
ON APPROVAL you take no risk whatevrr. WRITE FOR THE "BARGAIN SHEET." It given all details.
Price Music House
223 Main Street
' lespvtisfl) S"S 2 and nnrlh-fsentenred In thirty days in jail this
1 Iwond. lease the city al II a m and. morning on a charge nf illegally trans
II tit m . testes lis elv limiting linuor t harles Signer re-
1 Prectnrt raense - Mien Sfeei ! I teived like sentence sw the same
.hurman nf Ibe counlv demos ratic cen te Broken In Auto Smash-It C" ihttge The pair were arrested in a
;ital r..mmittce. will i.siie tails tnslas M.Onaid. .117 est lentn street. ui-;iau at Vxtlh Kntunson
for t.te.in.i i am uses in be hld nesi Ined a btn'en Ui eatly this motning. S(mer appealed
Satin lav li ght Srvenlv fise ptei in. t i wh'n an automobile in whuh he ss
.t.mmitieniien are to be ihmen I sidinf struck a curb at knmns.n and' Alle Iloctlenef Aptls-V
Jtables' Health Conftnr tths
etiirted in Ibe Stale Fan health cnti
In me nuisl l.f ruterel befnte Srpifni.
In I. it is aniioiitieed hv s in.y S
M.ihan The outer is due to tlie fal
t'nt a grat deal i. i lassit.. ati.-n is
tilth aliet a rest tire Mew out.
Button to Waihrfot4 -Samuel t)
Pnrtnti. graduate of the Oklahoma
unnetsltv. and Sootier l.sotbajl siat
lot eeial seasons has been appninl-
ed athletic director at the Smuhwest
'etn State Sotmal sih.ml at Weather-
I for i He suieeeds t laude Reeds wh"
Pe mortals to BeitSaie the i iii Ins jmie to the I nlmado A and M
ilentat nf llklainta t ily base hern sidlene.
stir I I.. sltsnrt m ml...tf l....it.l IHI
ii ...... ..i ii.. k . is i... i tlect4 Ranh Olfirtt Resitniri his
m r ..... - ... his tlT V
the putrssf nl teotianirmi and mli position as national anll esaminet i"m re(ilar session at S o'clock lotinht
tut pteparanons l..r the coming ts i soiiinssestein ami central siian ma. j ift
Monroe. Wifi Vuili Ribinson avenue.
appealed to the county court this morn-
in when Xlitnirtpal Judje Spitler lined
bins $IH1 and sentenced him to ninty
davs in ial toy bwstleitm Olficets
Saturday ri'jihl raided Mtnroe'i place
of business and tsufht M'nme with n
itianiity nf Uuof rn his person. v-
etal "Vnstismers" were in tine aitin(
sefit. mtord't'C In nffuers
Sckonl Soat4 Meetlna-TSe OV'sho.
ma lilt Unard n( fdnratinn will meet
paien President McOueen. w'm is 1ill- I
ii'i out the unespued term rd I'ntmer
Pfsulent listen called the metiii(
ih Ih lrm hmli1iti lltsrtissinn nl
Whalley ol I hi.kasha was elected lh rn-B -!-. i- -kKi .he hoard
t.s an active ptestdemy t. thejfffc 0 tfcut an addtti.ital mill levy
merhan Nall"tll bank id Oklamwa asms.il ksirnnses. still shass? honors
t ilv last week He will assume his dil- ...k .. kuins
Chantes lime trs with its bank atv-ut the middle nf
Matwr inspecis cm Hitse pontn
rhs'H'S m the passenfer schedulf nl ir pte.eot month
ibe Kalv bae Iveen snn -un. rd as .. (
lows: Nos JLsnd I' lesse tiklahomal Oel Afpealel;
Oct rtllal -Willie
Xlsmr tvrholset lht
siected the trosuid at
the northwest I
teenth stret and Classen tvuilesard A.
II Classen owner of tbe property has
agreed to jive suffinent ground to the
city to allow a round turn of paving
to be made at the intersection in order
to avoid th dangerous angle that now
confronts auto drivers wishing to turn
oil Classen nn Smleenth street.
Whiles U Nro Church -Amns Tmk
and lon Paiii celebrated Sunday hv
imbibing and seeking church the
first house ol worship to which thev
were attracted was negro church nn
cast First street Iciey enteied and
liiik knelt lor ptaver in the midst oi
a Utrmn Ibe thmr appealeil to rack
and be joined it The white men were '
elected hv a deacon and a husky chon
leader Rev. Madison Poyd swore mil .
complaint against the men at police '
station and Judge Spitler jmed them
ill eacn anit sentenced mem to ten
days in ail this morning (or their "re- i
Divorce. Is Prayel Waimie M
Smith seeks divorce from Charles I..
Smith Alvand-mment is alleged as
grounds t r irtion
New Posimatteta 1 he following Ok
masters ai cording to notification re-
ceived this morning at ihe UklahtMna
(ity postnffice; John K. Kerr. Poyd;
liavy H Reeder Vrnna; Herman J.
1 leming. Canton; Roy Tenniton Co
l ittle Danger to Malls.--If lheal.
way strike is decided upon." said Post-
master Weaver this morning "the dr.
rving ol the mails probably will no
be interfered with to anv estefit The.
rVArla skill mil k SMMila .kri.rtk
... ....... v.
preference to anything else
AlJi e.n'1 1 p. m' Williams sKgro was lined & and side id Use tniersttlnm sl West Si- lah'tnans havt been cunmissionsd post
With a large force
of machinist and a
we can handle work
303-308 East Grand At
OkUhotna City OkU.
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Stafford, R. E. Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 109, Ed. 1 Monday, August 7, 1916, newspaper, August 7, 1916; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc170098/m1/2/: accessed May 20, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.