Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 200, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 21, 1916 Page: 2 of 12
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OKLAHOMA CITY TIMES. TUESDAY. NOVElIESTt 21 1010.
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' III' I I gga
ef may UiU which will apeak (or
tharaiclrtii refardleu of official cut-
bkma. The financial end of thr road build-
ing it a large problem. The roadi can-
Wit be built without money. Hut the
determination to build the roads will
overcome all hesitancy about spending
Following the principal speakers rep-
resentatives of the other states which
sent delegates responded t the ad-
dresses of welcome. J. I. Wolfe of In-
dependence. Kan who is vice-prrs4rfsmt
of the Oiark Trails association for that
State spoke and sang a few welcome
remarks. He really did for part of
this speech was a song about the Ozark
more than24tKl people living along the
proposed central route of the 0r!t
trail had arrived in Oklahoma City
this morning. So busy were they how-
ever that at 10 o'clock only about ""
bad registered at central route head-
quarters. It is thought the central tra.l
has sent more delegates to thr conven-
tion th:in any other.
Instead of the usual 50 vent cha-ite
for garage service delegates to the
Ozark Trails convention are paying but
2S cents for storage of their cars. Kv-
ery available foot of garatir space in
the cilv was being used this mornir.g
and manv machines were narked on the
'streets ill barns and under sheds
Side Trin to Norman thi'
TmM r.i tiia rtu mmnnsif ion which
faun vi in.-! i i 4(.
Colonel Frank Btiffum. state high- I University City. 18 Miles South" was
( Missouri snoke.a sign piaccu in ine lonny in me in-
in behalf of bis state. Judge John I
Slaton of Hereford. Texas and I ol.
R. K. Twitrhell of Santa le N. M .
spoke briefly on behalf of their respec-
The convention adjourned shortly be-
fore 12 o'clock to meet again at 1 :J0.
F.d C. long of Rogers Ark. former
first vice president of the Oiark Truls
association was unable to stay awav
fiom today's good roads meeting He
hopped on a train last night and today
was shaking hands with as many of the
10000 delegates as be met.
One of the most conspicuous of the
seventeen bands attending the Trails
convention here is the "Yellow llrass
organization from (iotebo. Jacketed
in light coats of the most brilliant yel-
low obtainable they stood in front (
the I.ee-Hiii kins hotel in thr rain thi'
morning and blew and thumped vul
clashed out the liveliest tunes of the
convention. Then they proceeded to
the Atiditotiiim to keep up the pep i f
Old Photographs of
"We'll get it " was tin- confident is-
sertioii of aik T Trice of M.mgimi
in charge of central route lieailquatters
in the I. re lluikins hotel when sneak-
ing of location of the western trail this
morning Mr .l'riie drrlaies that every
foot of the proposed trail between An.i-
darko. Okla and lleadley Texas lias
already been graded.
More than 'iOI automobiles bearing
It's mercury! Attacks the
bones salivates and
makes you sick.
Thre's no reason why a person
should take sickening saiivating calo-
mel when 50 cents buys a large bottle
of Hudson's l.iver Tone a perfect sub-
stitute for calomel.
It is a pleasant vegetable liquid
which will start your liver just as sure
ly as calomel nut it noesnt make y-vj
sick and can not salivate.
Children and grown folks can take
Dodson's l.iver Tone because it is per-
Calomel is a dangerous drug. It is
mercury and attacks your hones. Take
a dose of nasty calomel today and you
will feel weak sick and nauseated to-
morrow. Hon't lose a day's work. Take
a spoonful of Hudson's l.iver Tone In-
Head and you will wake up feeling
great. No itmr; biliousness constipa-
tion sluggishness headache coated
tongue or sour stomach. Your drug-
gist says if you don't find Hudson's
Liver Tone acts better than horrible cal-
omel your money is waiting for you.
lluikins hotel by representatives of
Main and the presence of delegates
to the convention made street car mo-
tormen and conductors anxious this
morning I'.verv car in the ritv was
filled today and last night Trailers
wctc put on fair grounds cars to take
i are of the crowd at the supper hotr
Senator Robert I.. Owen of Musko-
gee here to address the convention
this aitem i. demonstrated his re-
markable fatuity of remembering faces
and names during an informal recep-
tion this morning in the lobby of the
l.ee-llui'kins hotel. "Tell Mrs. Jones
ami Itettv and Anne and Arthur that
vou saw me and give them my eotuplis
incuts" he would say to a constituent
he has not seen perhaps for more than
A large white pennant in the colors
of the Ozark Trails flew from the flag
staff on the Pioneer building this
morning in the place customarily oc-
cupied by "Obi (dory."
Harry F.. Haghy secretary of the
Oklahoma Hankers' association was
the host yesterday and today of a sror?
or more of hanker -delegates to the
convention Many of the financial men
will attend the farm loan hearing here
Copies of the Tulsa Times new paper
owned by Charles I'age. Tulsa oil mill
imiillionaife. were selling in hotel lob
bies this morning with the rapidit) ol
the traditional hot cake hour repre-
sentatives of the paper were sent here
by Mr. I'age to boost for Tulsa for the
June trails convention.
Amarillo and Tulsa headquarters
across the ball from each other on the
parlor floor of the Skirvin hotel have
severed diplomatic relations now that
the fight between the tow cities is ap-
proaching a climax All morning to
dav the tow headquarters were filled
with men laving plans for rarrvine off
the June trails meeting - hut citizens of
neither plate mingled with those -d the
The picture published yesterday wa
that of Mrs. J. S. Morrow wife of the
county assessor of Oklahoma county.
Mrs. Morrow came to Oklahoma City
in the early days.
'Today we publish a picture of a man
who has been active in political circles
in ( iklahoma for many years. We'll
tell vou tomorrow who he is.
FOR THE TEST
M'Mtlln.rd frm fai On I
volving upon it with a promptness and
thoroughness which are with its pres-
ent constitution and means of action
"Kxplicit approval by the congress
of the consideration by the interstate
commerce commission of an increase
of freight rates to meet such additional
xnenditures as may have been ren
dered necessary by the adoption of the
eight hour day and which have not been
offset bv administrative readjustments
and economies should the facts tli
closed justify the increase.
"An amendment of the existing stat
uteswhich provides for the mediation.
conciliation and arbitration of such
controversies as the present by adding
to it a provision that in case the meth
oils of accommodation now provided
for should fail a full public investiga
tit rit of the merits of every such dispute
shall he instituted and completed before
a strike or lockout may be lawfully at
"'The lodgement in the hands of th
executive of the power in case of mil
itarv necessity to take control of such
portions id such rolling stock of thr
railways of the country as may he re
quired for military use and to operat
them for military purposes with an
thority to tlraft into the military ser
vice of the I'nited States sin h train
crews and administrative officials as
the circumstances require for their salt1
ami efficient use."
Ready to Defend Suits.
Attorney deneral Oregory sain at
today's cabinet meeting the government
was fully preparetl to defend the suits
to test the constitutionality ot the law
and he supposed the railroad brother
hood officials would be represented bv
Hobart Okla. is represented in a
musical wav by three bands one ot
which headed by James Murphy of
Hobart. played an "Oark TiaiN
March" composed by Mr. Murphy
Arthur Killick. known to the read
ing public as "Fatty l ewis" tame in
from Kansas City this morning to be
here throughout the convention Mr
Killick served for ears as a newspaper
reporter and has made a name among
contemporary humorists by his maga
zine ami svinlnate articles tie is v
present publicity man with the Walter
St I hi key Clay Manufacturing ciii-
Floyd (Ozark) Thompson gained a
liberal round of applause every lime
he entered the Auditorium yesterday.
One of the speakers predicted lhat some
tlay a monument would be built on tin
Oark 'Trail to Colonel Harvey and to
Mr. 1 hompson.
Come to the basement of the Colcord
building for a good meal. J5c-Adv.
Teutons Conquer Large Por-
tion of Wallachia.
LONDON Now 21-Hy bold and
rapid strokes the Teutonic invaders ap-
parently have conquered a large sec-
tion of northwestern Wallachia from
Pctrograd's official bulletin today
announces a Rumanian retirement to
the region id l illiash. forty miles
northwest of Craiova Judging from the
recent reports of the operations this
means that converging attacks bv Aus-tru-t
iermatt forces moving southward
in the Jiul valley and eastward alonjr
the railway frori Oizova have com-
pelled the Rumanians to withdiaw from
the Orzova region and execute a ripid
retreat in the Jiul valley Ibis move-
ment was made i' appears. In prevent
the retreat of their armies from being
Armies May Not Be Saved.
Whether even the rapid retreat has
been in lime to save the Rumanian
armies in this region U rendered doubt
fill by the (in man announcement that
Teutonic troops are now before Craiova
1 be railroad from Itucharrst to Criaova
affords thr only convenient means of
retirement for the lull and Orzova
armies. When the Rumanians have
evidently reached the junction point of
the I nil valley road with the main line
at T'ilbash the loss of Craiova would
effectually bar their way eastward ex
opt across tountt)
Farther eastward in Wallachia the
arrival of Russian troops seems to have
strengthened the Rumanian defense
The Rumanians took the offensive
north of I ampulung according tn llcr-
lin but were repulsed The Rumanians
are resisting persistently in the Alt val
ley south of Rnthrntluinii pass but
nevertheless were compelled to yield
important positions to (ietieral Yon
I alke nhayn's troops
In the other chief fields of present
military activity the Macedonian front.
Trench and Serbian troops ate continu-
ing their pursuit of the (ierman and
Ilulgariaii lorces which evacuated M on-
astir under entente pressure llrrlm re-
ports Jfv entente advance here as a
"feelinft out" of thr firruun Hulgarian
positions by reconntntering detach
incuts. The new line is indicated bv
presj dispatchrs to lie about leventeer
miles northward of Monastir and is re
ported to he strongly entrenched and
defended in part by fresh (ierman
Fast of the Monastir region Herlin
declares Serbian attempts to advance
were repulsed West of Monastir the
Italians according to Faris repulsed
the counter attaik.
On thr Nomine anil Anere fronts in
northern France the fighting has been
confined lo artillery engagements.
a Good Overcoat
From THE GLOBE
It will pay you in many ways. First we
have an enormous assortment and you are sure
to get just exactly what you want anil second
we handle only hiph grade standard makes
and last "but not lt'Hst" our prices are as cheap
as pood clothes can be bought for in any store
in the United States.
$15 $20 to $35
Men's Suits $12.50 to $35.
Men's Raincoats $5 to $20.
Men's Mackinaws $7 to $10
Men's Sweaters $2 to $8.
Men's Gloves $1 to $5.
Men's Shirts $1 to $5.
Men's Underwear $1 to $5.
Men's Hats $2 to $6.
V- V M
We are showing 52 styles in
all wool overcoats in every
color and fabric of the sea-
son's creation long coats short
coats light coats and heavy
coats in fact any style
or cloth you want can
be found in our assort-
ment of Globe coats at
t $4 to $12
Unions Is Urged
IIAI.T1MOKF. Nov. 21 -Affiliation
of the American Federation of Labor
and the four big railroad brotherhoods
for effecting the general betterment of
labor was urged today before the led
eralion convention here bv the broth
et hoods' heads and President Samuel
A. ('lumpers. Delegates who crowded
the hall cheered all of the speakers en-
"We must hang together or we will
hang separately" W. (i. l ee. spokes-
iran for the brotherhoods and brad f
the railway trainmen declared.
"If is a Rrrat comfort to know"
President dumpers said "that the time
is not far distant when the great broth-
erhoods w ill be a part jnf the American
Federation of Labor "
THE GIFT THAT WILL GIVE YEARS OF
HAPPINESS TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY
The Reliable Kurtzmann
That full rich tender KURTZMANN tone Is
the result of almost three-fourths of a century of
The old fashioned integrity of construction is
better than a warranty deed of a lifetime of satis-
fying joy from this most dependable instrument.
Truly as the years roll by the KUKT'MANN
would become the family friend.
Instead of giving smaller gifts to each other
why not all join in and buy a KURTZMANN.
On our payment plan the family car fare would
do it and think of the pleasure you would all have
To avoid disappointment out-of-town customers
should do their CHRISTMAS SHOPPING EARLY
at Ia a
aa me ireigni iramc is daily growing
OF REPUBLICANS' J
(f'oiitlnuetl From Tug Ortft.i
proxies and the friends on the com-
mitter friendlv lo him "proceeded to
run the committee to suit himself." He
is said to have refused to recognize
anyone not known to be friendly to
hint; would not entertain motions .unfa-
vorable to him. and at last when hi
rulings we.e objected to be refused to
permit an appeal to the committee. At
this junttui . the walkout took place.
drissler is said to have scut a com
mittee lo wait on those who walked
out and assured them if they would
return he "would change his tactics."
The bolters ..greed In return with the
understanding that nothing would he
disrussed except the question of calling
another meeting wheiv more members
of the committee could be present
However it is said (leissler pro-
reeded with the work of the committee.
but those who walkrd out refused to
lake pari and they now assert there
was no meeting of the committee and
lhat (irisslrr has not bren authorized
to make a fight for recount of the vote
on the fair election law. as1 was an-
nounced. At the time of the first walk-
out a motion to adjourn was put ami
carried ami there ended the work of
the committee according to Mr. Ilear-
Beeler on !sn
(ieissler attempted to renew his fight
on Harry Heeler republican member of
the state election board by presenting
a resolution submitting five names to
the governor from which to select the
republican member. One id these was
Penny Montgomery of t'ustrr county
who asked that Heeler's name be sub-
stituted for his. The motion was lost
and thr proposition to submit the names
was voted down.
The tentative draft of the call for
the next meeting contains a specific
provision lhat at the next meeting no
proxies will he recognized except those
held by bona fide residents of the county
m which the member resides. Proxies
controlled by Oissler in Monday's
meeting it is said were held by Okla-
homa City people.
It has been suggested that thr next
meeting be held on January 8 the day
of the convening of the legislature.
Neas Inquest to
Be Held Tomorrow
Whether A I.. Younger local horse
and mule buver. will be prosecuted as
a result of the death of U. K. Neas
will depend upon the result of a coro-
ner's inquest to be conducted by T. 1
Koiinell j.istice of the peace at l)
o'clock tomorrow morning it was slat-
Younger is alleged to have struck
Neas on the head with a cane but de-
clares the Mow w as delivered in sell -defense
Neas died Tridav afternoon
from concussion of the brain. He is
survived by a wife and two children.
It is un 'rrstood that Mrs. Neas
wishes to prosecute but that she is
waiting until the arrival of a brother
before she files an information.
LONDON Nov. 21. The common
council of Antwerp has refused to de-
liver lists of ;he unemployed to the
Germans according to a beuter's Ams-
terdam dispatch ijuo'mg the Telegraaf
As a consequence lite dispatch says the
(Germans are now summoning men .if
all classes for examination as to itu
identity of their papers. These men are
saitl to be given the choice of a Ger-
man labor contract of three or six
months or immediate deportation to
The TrlrKraaf adds lhat an official
letter has been sent to burgomasters
demanding lists of unemiloyetl under
penalty of deporting citizens of all
classes to Germany.
Willcox Deniea Reports.
NKV H)KK. Nov Jl Chairman
William K. Willcox of the republican
national committee look cogniiante id
reports that Charles K. Hughes had
prepared a message of congratulation
to send to President Wilson conceding
his re election but bail withheld it on
'he advice of republican leaders by
denying that any such communication
had been prepared. He said the reports
were founded on nothing but smoke.
HOT TEA BREAKS
A COLD-TRY THIS
fiel a small package of Hamburg
Hrcast Tea or as the (ierman folks call
I "il.iinhurgrr I'.rust I bee" at any
nhantiicy. Take a laldeipoonfti! of the
tea. put a cim of boiling water upon it
pour through a sieve and drink a
;eacui' full at any time It is the most
effective wav to break a cold and cure
grip a- it opens the pores relieving j
engesfen. Also loosens the bowels
'bus breaking a odd at once.
It is inexpensive and entirely
vegetable thrrefore harmless Adv.
H EYES S
139 MAIN ST.
And have your
eyes teBtecl glasses made
fitted adjusted or repaired
('Iirlntnpher A Contii 41 ymrn olrl nml
Ilium Mnrirk 2b year old both of In In
Cllffonl It Johnson 11 yesri nhl. iinil
l.lnnle lliivlln. 19 yen is nlil hntti nf this
IJIIitril W. ThompKiin V yenrp nM and
IIi-fhik Unwell 36 ) fins nlil hntti of tilts
Thio.lm Went. s year old anil Hnmh
Wniiita J7 yinm nlil hot h nf this i lly
Ulllii' r.ilvvniilN 4i venrs nhl. of Krank-
foit Ky . nml IJlii Met 'all ID year til. I
nl this rlty.
Kit h lleinaifin n ymm nhl. ami llrl-
I'lii- IIiiki'I Ixiul yrara ohl both nf this
Xrlle f-' I'llinnnsnii 1 venrs old. aqd
amry Mnrr ii yeaia Ml imin or T-
riuniii'h ln ill Newman 40 yrara old nf llnrtman.
rk and I'nroltne Kelffi r JO yeaia nld
Mr and Mrs J. K Johnston n? Vrt
NlnMMiiin atrort liv
Mr and Mrs. V M lnncn nn .;(
Loi ital avetiur. I'lrl
Mr and Mr f K Wader MM Went
Fourth alrert lmv
John R Klrkpntrlek 7 veins old 117
Weal Hlslh at reel.
Mra Amamln J. Illnek (I yrara old In.
M A. Itriida HO year rtl.l Ineal hospi-
tal. tfetwfr M Mlek f.4 yrara old tl K.at
Fifth alrart died uddrnly at Citlrl
library laat night.
Aurrllin. Kwanwiii. t;; Waat Thirty.
Ihlid atrrri. flat. Iltl.nnti
W A Hlnan. Ill Vrt Twetilv third
irtot one-itucy flam Unveiling i"')t
Hcst safest cathartic for liv-
er and bowels and peo-
ple know it.
They're fine! Don't stay bil-
ious sick headachy
IwORW WHILE YOU SLEEP
I'.nioy life Keep clean inside with
( ascarels. Take one or two at night
mil enpiv the nicest gentlest liver and
bowel cleansing you evrr exprrirnird
Wake tin feeling grand Your head
will be clear your tongue rlran. breath
rinlu stomat h swrrt and your liver and
thirty fert of bowrls artive Ot I box
at any drug store and straighten up
Stop the hradarhrs. bilious sprits bad
t obis ami bad davs llrighlen up. ("beer
up. ( Iran up I Motbrri should give
whole ( asraret tn children whrn cross
bilious feverish or if tongue is coaled
- thev are harmlrsi -nrvrr gripe or
Good Furniture in Your Home Means Comfort
More than it doe luxury. Meant economy more than extravagance in that it latta
much longer; gives service and looks good all the time. Let us interest you in some
of our library furniture. Note the suggestions below t
A genuine "Karpcn" Davenport best grade of Spanish leather.
Cushions and back will not pack or flatten down. Price $110.
Easy chair to match same leather and quality of upholstering
price $45. Rocker price $45. See the splendid tapestry suit
shown in west show windows with the new style table to use in
front of Davenport. Odd chairs Rockers and rug to match the
suit. Price on complete outfit in window as shown $366.
Out-of-town visitors cordially invited to visit our store. Let us
show you through. Our china department is especially attractive
to the ladies.
Trade ni your
Goods. A liber-
al allowance on
"People's Favorite Store"
DOC & Bill Ttt Heat Fnmblsn
8-10 Grand Ave. Phone W. 260
Freight Prepaid on Out-of-Tows Ordttt.
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