Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 159, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 4, 1916 Page: 3 of 10
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OKLAHOMA CITY TIMES WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 4 1910.
Every glass spoon
and cup at the
W e s t f a 1 1 Soda
Fount is sterilized
ness. WEST FALL
0 Muskogee Unions
Boycott Street Cars
Ml'SKOfdl'.. kla. 1 1. 1 4 s.r .
ii.il V When till lii-l car was i mi ml
llir liarn early today at thr end nt the
1 1 r -1 dav of strtkr of iimti.i inrii . ti 1
inductor K. 1. I ong. general nun
agrt of tit" trai t i n i'iiimnv dr. l.nrd
Tlir strike is trr at dast so tai j
1 am c urn e mrd " '
I lie company lial updated t w K
i a' more tliail tin- notiiul iiiiiiiIm i i
.up I li.iil iiiurr tlun linitv iii tlir iiiii
lai ntlindrr of turn mi duty. I lir l.il. u
unions ( tlir 1 1 1 v ili'l.iinl a hm
mi tlir dtrrrt tat luirs ami a mas. unci
tug nl all Hill- 1 1 inrii i ijllnl . i '
Negro Robber Is
Kf niedif s
EAT LESS HIT
MA I K i.i 4
aha Savage negro
i van of partn ipating
pom h lohlu-ry
t liat Ir Mn ens
i miv n ted in K an-
in a $3M.iim mail
was arrestee In rr iat
night at tlir Immr ni hit grandfather
ami it bring 1 1 -1 I bv llir federal ail
dimities wlm dedcvr lie is iniili( atrd
in several rn rut western robberies.
I nial oflirrrs air ignorant of tlir cv
.nt odense with wlncli lir is i barged
I mini Stall-!. I it spre ti ir Kalph Smith
is mi his way In rr fioni Sail I akc
I ilv witd tde ilala
.j:'i . : I i
THURSDA Y Q
Velvet Hats Special at $5.95
llir young lailv .utoss the way says
llir Russians daw drrn taking mi inanv
(aipathians lalrlv that slir .dirndl
llnnk tlir problem .l feeding tdrin
would dr -t 1 1 1 1 k pretty scrums
to Get Results
IF KIDNEYS HUR
Says a tahlospoonful
Salts flushes Kidneys
Meat forms Uric Acid
which excites Kidneys and
( I. I A l'.IH.kl1..lk''l tllf
y I llliaUqJIIta I Ull .mintty over doing l.n.inr.. .villi the
I ' Rronlc nil T?nrrrAr t-""g but ran updated dv tb-
Dl CdKa dll INCLUI Ub UI1U i Mont Irnncs s
tide so-called drail aii'l ulinli is nil
I'llIl.AIH I.I'lll Ort 4 -All rec-i'lrr investigation in drdrral Judge K
Ofiuids lur exports trmn this port were M I .anjtf court had tlinr services
broken during Srplritilirr according to ' ""'lay anoniing to inioruia
llir trport nl tlir rnnimis-ionrr of liav-!'"1" "'r t"Uv. That is tdrv failnl
ialion niailr pudlir tn-lav ("armors It" (jrl tdr nainri of tlir Imrsrs winnin
valiinl at J (P.'MMMt an itirrrar of tlir niltrrrnt r.n r uiroiijjm.tit inr rnuii
J'lKHMlmi owr Idr prrviom rrrordify Id:
mailr in AiiKiKt ami J (KKI.O mnrrldminn'
.'h -Up--. -.
r x kv i .i . i
'I I !!! r i h.r Wot I ' i ap-
ill t Ki t i"i1:iit y ait'l
' t:i tin s. I ..is a'i' t..m
II'' i iti 'I'll!. tti' f i- mi -I
"H - r!' il'i nut i;n.v
di-lrr !.:-. s m vrtviir
er a r. i si .nil I urn
!i ii:;;''! s li.iw vi .cm tdr shapes f
WW t'l In
r will in. .re
i .mil h!. n k
nv . t
Marvelmisly done by the
ilfft islanders of the Orient
Yankees of the East. That
is they are embroidered. 52
inihes ttquare. $3.50. 12-
inch napkins $2.50 dozen.
Hemstitching and Picot
Edging Trimming Store.
This is tlif name of a new
composition that is used for
the soles of children's shoes.
These are the prices : Sizes
.) to X at ?'J.:H; Hl. to 1 1 jt
$2.7") and sizes IP to 2 at
Petticoats Were Never Prettier
The demand for Jersey top silk pet-
ticoats is based upon more than a whimsy
of fashion. It arises primarily from tin-
fact that the Jersey top is a thoroughly
practical affair it makes for better fit-
tiiiK and more comfortable petticoats.
New ones here vestenlav are readv
for today's seeing and buyinjr. The gar-
ments proper are of most excellent silk
taffeta with pretty ruffles and things at
the bottom. $.'1.50 $5. $6 $7.50 $9 to
Petticoats in extra sizes of taffeta
sell at $6 $7.50 and $7.95.
THE KERR DRY GOODS CO. OKLAHOMA CITY
doiiktnakrr did tlir usual
dill tliry lia'l to wait until
lair in thr rvrmnp fur tlir rarr rruiltv
or otliri' sas a
hrrausp llir mi.
tin- kiilni'is. iliri
Kr' Iukk'-'i : el
oils nl distress.
iiniililr in mimic (nrin
well known aulliorilv
.n nl in meal cxi Mrs
do. line owl w ni krd ;
up and t.iusr all
partii ul.ird. Ii.ukaelir
by Forty Thousand
and misrrv in llir knlnrv ithumi iliru
nut it' Iwyinrs si.ric irad.tt'lir aeid
Momaeli tonstipaliiiti tnipid livrr
lrrplrssnrss dladdrr ami urinary ir-
rilatiuii. Tllf iiniiiirnt sour d.n I; Imrti m kid
nrvt airn't aelinn unlit or it dladdei
dotlirn nii K''t admit lour miners of
Jad Sails (twin anv ('"'d pliartnaei ;
take a talilespi.nnhil in a f;Uss ni
watrr drfmc dieakl.tsl (m a frwilavs
and your kn'.nrts will idrn u (me
'lliis l.iiniiiis sails is made from llir
arid of (jraprs and Iruion ninr. imi
dinnl wild lillna and das deen uscl
for Krtirra'iinis i ns idied I i
nrvs ami stitimlalt- llictn In nurinil .
livity; alsn to nrillraluc tin a. nd r
the urinr no it no lonrr 'iritali-s ilnis
fiirfiitR lilaHdrr ittMirilrrv
Jrl Saltt ramiot injure 4nyone
ntakft a dclidtliil rflrtsernt India
watrr tlrtuk wliieli niillioni of turn and
wonifn takr now and then to krep tlir
kidnrM and iirin.irt organs tlcun linn
voidiiiK srrimn kidnry durasr Adv
TIMES WANT ADS
titan tdr same month lat yrar wrrc
Import valtir during tdr monfh ap-
proximatr $o00U(loo. a Kain of $1-
3omi eomparnt willi last Srptrmlirr
Storm Warning Diaplayrd
VSIIIt.Ki'. (lit . 4 -llir sli ( (Vl( 4 .r
Allantie ilisliitd.un rs was i losr off tdr i rs(.r n.!!.! detiio rail.
(.eurian roast tod.iv aeinnliiiK t'i rr r.ni trrs dv t olin M Sed-pti
putts in inc weamer miicaii. ;p.ir- j p.tttustrr ol St. . mils tnat Missouri i
...i.. .i... . : .. . .i ....... ....... . ti i i si t o i I
Cllliy llir moiiii is li"l "I Kie'lt lllllll Will KH lor WtlsOtl .IIM1 M.IIM1'(II all'l j
sity dul stoiiii w.irnmKs si arr ills' the rulirr drinoi ralir tiikr t dy (rum
playrd from l oll Mnnror In Savannad ' .tu.lioil to 4Hmi pduadty in N'mrrndrr . i
HEARD AT THE CRIME CLUB
BY I R.ANKJ-ROEST
This Week's Story:
(Copyright 1111. br th Moi'lurt Nippr Hyndlct.
"V ran't say till inquiries have got a
dit ( losrt "
I ivrrv xlam-rd at dim sdarplv "Yfi
davr no dmidt that ym'vr (-ot tdr ni;li;
"Sot tlir d'.et in tdr world" lied the
dun llir .'lidU "It I . o;ils a mailt t
"f i oe. lion f r . ed 1 1 1 e now '.'
ilon'l oiten make iiu-t.iKi - I liat la-t
t lin h of l i.o; w.is iiiiitit.il i" Ylh'it't
In the i n 1 -1 i r vi.u he w i 1 1 I ii" nime
hatr spoken .f ln rnii in:i y lli.in ol
Ins lione-l .
III- drlirwd r saw ti;;' dal He r .il
i tedef in I . l ley's laie et il n y k 1 it
j have hem the pissmi of a shadoty
i "I shall he jjlad for tin sister's .ike
i Id K''t it all owr." said the nthrt.' "I'.
' llir way. I tmi't rim In (own tiimmrmt
; In srr admit Ins alt.nrs that is unless
oti arr dkrlv to nerd tnc ilnvvn line.
' for aiiythiMK "
"Not at all dkrlv. You'll dr rnnnir l
rvidrtnr at thr itupirst of i nuts.''
till the dav aitrr to
drttrr tdan tins Nfr. Adhiirst" dr
dolefully "f dad no more to do with
emak int; that puy than a dade tin
1 1 ntpii
ifMi -a ImmiT" .is rnled ''f
tot "llulln. ir-nlell Sdak.j
wild M r I n Ivv av. I In l ' .i
of nun and a t.id wailing lo
ItllillV I'l liie si. t . n Suppose s i
I ll.l V " 1 J" nv i ivv 11 T n doll I "
dad lot eseeit I lie i'l . r .l1 v . 't i
letel'i .' and ai r .!!!: d for .1 pi r a'
in il ide d"(e ad.i.Hiititj tin ta'inii
down and I'll order drinks and well
(irrnfell taught dim dy tdr arm as tdrv
rntrrrd. "Adliurst old son" hr said il l 1
innrllv "tins is a mess up " i.. . .. ! . .. - -:
Adliurst knkrd Ihr d"r to. "My U hf wflt n frr )
l.riKht yount; iiietid." hr si dlitlirly si"""! r"'B and had gone "Mr
"vmj'ir t dav heliii. I Pic i.er r j Trrlway and I have been busy fof . ij
knew that an Im-.ir .10 didn't vr. Mr 1 (ptite a while. We know that Jimmia' ';!
Irclwav? I've j-.it Innni'i s aldn in ! jeot out thirty miles up the lilie-.it "sj
iiiv pinker' M .illuiKton and that Sheet was alivt -1
iiictitell's niiji titidirned. "I don't j thru and that Jimmtf couldn't hsvt il
t.md for anv niv still atioti stunt." dr toiir daek to tde compartment. Tlia "i
di.'.irrd "Now emitili it up. I lav c 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 its 1 011 police have clrared that
v 1 .11 (-ol thr r 1 if 1 1 1 man : up.
'I don't know I've K'il hopes. Si; I (To he continued.)
hut that isn't
"Uh I shall
(.1 AIM. country practitioner to
I1..111 iiiutdrrs wrrc rare ha I
. . . .1 1 . . 1
rcicucil tlir eniiaiui 1 am man
vvnh lorludlv and mipnrlainr. Ad-luir-l
minwlrd lull a ducli t'lP rlirs
I tons wild a 11 I of Kntrralitirs ant
went dis wav wild dis lira in woikim;
at IiikIi tension.
lir walked tlir our and a dalt miles
to llir Krd House with deliberation. Id'
'.vsiitrd !." m"! idc iiearuiKs of his prod-
Irm for snicr Ins arrival at Towns
ford it dad imf neemed so simple. Hr
was a mii iadlr soul and murr tdan
c iie lie stopped to Iran ovrr thr rail
inns of a moaner's (-ardrn and ad-
nurr thr swrrt peas lie oiur went so
far as to buy a htiiuli of flowers whuh
hr dropped int a ditch wlirn lie was
mil of slight. Nrvrtthrlrss by tdr
titnr dr passed ui llir t;ravrl dtive of
tin- Kid House dr dad assimilated a
lartjr amount of local tnsip
l.ivrrv met dim on tde vrtatula "Ms
dear man" br rvilaunrd. "you doi :
mean (liat von dave walked out? If
I'd known I'd have sent tde ear "
Adliurst flashed a rl 1 s.l rilling smile
at him "I've th irmii(hlv enpived the
walk thanks 'I Ins is 1 beautiful dn-
"Civ well eotne admit Mi Yott
won't irmihlr lo dress for diniirr Noil
ate just 111 timr." ;
It was at thr rl inner tadlr that th
deteilue eanttht Ins first ulunpsr nt I
Mts Sheet. Somehow she was dif
Incut from thr ivpe his imagination
had Miuursted. She was draiililul' - '
I tlirrr was no xainsavin that - but it
j was with a Mvaeimis -imlhrrn beaut v
1 now marred bv Ide dark tmns that !
I t in tri li d tde dulled rvrs Shr eoiidl j
not davr brm morr tdan J. and b.-r
von e was low and musical as she '
spoke to the detective.
"I can't readr it" sdr said 'I
van ' talir that lir is j;o!ir- that I
crash inlrriuplrd drr and I ivrrv.
dr dark brfoie tdrn
J) Von will makr vour drailipiai irts drrr
i I dope wlnlr you rrmaui - rh '. Nfv
sister would wish you to do absolutely
as you plrase If the tar will hr of
anv use to vnu ill nrltint! to and fin
I will Iravr orders that it is to hr al '
your disposal "
"I'dat is vrtv pood of yon " Adliurst
had been wonilrrinn how hr should'
Irad up to tdr proposal that dad drrti
viiluntrrrrd. "In point of fact it 1
would de most useful. I dave to inert :
a i olIeaKiir tonight and if 1 might
"( .'rrtamlv 1 will Irll f'odv- that's
ihr ilunfieur to have it readv "
I reepinp Jminiv. v ei v chastened and
in handcuffs ias a trproaehful ulanre
oil Adhuist as dr w.i assisted to
altuht on Towusford plaMortn.
"I thought you would ha' known
No Trouble to Keep
Skin Free From Hairs
"Fall Clothes Are
Ready at The Hub"
To those who know Hirsh-Wickwire
Schloss Bros and "Style-Plus"
Clothes the words will bring a feel-
ing of anticipated pleasure for
choosing a season's new Suit (at
The Hub) is anything but a hard-
ship. Take advantage of (he un-
broken lines and fresh stock that
the early days of fall offer you'll
$15 to $40
THE STORE AHEAD""
Save $5 to $7.50.
$20 to $22.50
Suit and Overcoats
(The Modern Iti-auty)
Th-re is no nerd (or any woman to '
wild an apologi tang lor a seivant to !n untenant e superfluous hairs deiatis-1
puk up tde kins rs vvliiid dr dad aid- with a paste nude dv mixing some pnw j
dentally swrpt off thr tahlr. jdrrrd dclatmir with water it is easy
"I dry say tdat you have got the 'get rid of tdrm Tlir paste is appli-di
man who did il." siir wrnt on with a I for 2 to 3 minutes then rubbed off and I
quick catch of brr birath. "You think jtlir skin washed. I his treatment will
ymi will be able to prove that he did i rid the skin of hair without leaving nj
il? It is dreadful of me 1 know. Mr. iblemish but care should he taken lo s-e ;
Adliurst dnt"--tor thr moment her face! td.it you frl real drlatoiir. Adv. j
flamed and sdr climbed brr (isis I .
passionately-"I could kill him myself.'
dor the sake of a few paltry
She rose abruptly and Irft the table
l.ivrey seemed little sffeetrd either
by her emotion or her abrupt depar-
ture. "Sad. very sad" be observed
perfunctorily and applied himself to
the soup. Adliurst followed his ex-
ample without comment. 1 here were
one or two things he would have hknl
to ask Mrs. Sdrr: but tdry could wait
1 Ins tete a trie tnral with l.ivrey
had s certain piquancy for him lor he
( had begun to conceive that tde place
hf occupied in tlir family affairs of the i
drVl man might be worth considering.
Tliere are alwavs possibilities n(
I surprise in even tde most ordinary case
of minder and Adliurst had dad too
; much experience ever to feel sure.
I Creeping Jimmie though things on the
I face of it were against him might lie
' able definitely to prove his innocence.
And if Jimmie were not guilty it was
i advisable to find out what oilier per-
son might have a motive for wishing
' Sheet out of the way. The hum It nf
(lowers that the detective bad bought
on his way to the house had gained
( for him the dual gossip that tliere had
been talk of a separatum between Mr.
and Mrs. Sheet and that his hrother-
I in law was an infrrqurnt and niiwel
mine visitor to the Ked House" Still
lit 'might all he country scandal wttli-
' uut foundation.
Yrt here be was with the body ni
1 awrence Sheet scarcely cold assum-
i i'lg all tdr airs of a host in the hou e
' and reposing within the detective'1
j breast pm ket was a cipher wire to
Scotland Yard requesting inquiries in-
I to his career. It was all very hay
and indefinite and Adliurst knew hr
bad lo wslk waiily.i
"What I can't nudM'and" ssid l.iv-
rey "is where the diamonds have gone
1 It is possible I suppost. that this man
you have arrested lias passed them to
t a confederate or hidden them'"
"Kasily possible" akiirtd dhutsi
You pay for clothes only
not for high street-level
rents elaborate fixtures
credit losses and sale price
a 1 1 o w a nces WK have
none of them WE don't
have to add them to the
profit and YOU don't have
them to pay when you
Over Westfall's "
Stairway Inside Store .
I f CLOTMCS
OKLAHOM ff CITV
a m. m
Like getting back home
they satisfy !
Thanksgiving with the old folks at home) it does
satisfy I For your smoking Chesterfields do tho
same thing they satisfy I
But ChesterGelds are MILD too that's the
wonder of it.
Don't expect this new cigarette enjoyment (satisfy
yet mild) from any cigarette but Chesterfields be-
cause no cigarette maker can copy the Chesterfield
blend an entirely new combination of tobaccos and
the biggest discovery in cigarette making in 20 years.
"Give me a package of those cigarettes that SA TISFY. "
- ..A (fo - S
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