Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 233, Ed. 1 Friday, December 29, 1916 Page: 4 of 14
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Facts on Cost and Profits to
f Be Presented
J WASHINGTON Dec: 29-The fed-
'eral trade commission today resumed
f hi inquiry into the news print paper
r situation taking; up the investigation
where it left off a week ago.
.' The commission planned to prrsent
aaain facts concerninK costs of paper
v manufacture and profits in news print
maklna. Publishers charged they are
paying extortionate prices and that ar-
. i i . i i . . j
flficiai news snunaKC nag uccii irraicu
" by the diversion of news print making
' machines to other classes of work.
.tl Manufacturers have contended prices
( lire reasonamc ana viai inc waiters arc
privileged to make the kind of paper
' that pays the largest profit.
Under the plan of distribution in-
troduced all publishers would get a
: small reduction under their present
i prices the supplies of paper being su
pervised by a commission Urge pub-
lishers releasing a part of their normal
lupply of paper for next year.
Crowns Arc High Whether They Are
Stiff er Soft Bat the Collapsible la
NFAV YORK" Since it "was rliscov-
ered by ih milliners and the women
small face with a short nose and alert
expression carries off the stiffened
high crown better than the heavy type
of face which fs parity similar to the
faces of the men! for whom high
crowned hats wereinvented.
I J ALEXANDER HAMILTON
!k! MEMORIAL PROPOSED
? '. NEW YORK. Pec. 29 -The spot on
i ' the heights of Weehawken N J. where
1 ; f Alexander Hamilton fell in a duel with
ex rut 1 is
t Aaron mi it win nc marked ny a me
F r it . . I L .1 A I 1
ti; morial ta he erected hy the Alexander
I Hamilton institute it was announced
The Place Where Yog
Get Yocr Moseys Worth
All Rubber Heels.
Ladies' Sewed Soles.
W flu year ahaaa vhil. roa wait
ar call (or sad d.llr.r fraa.
O. K. Shoe Hospital
Phona Wtlnal Sill lit N. Roalnaaa.
Early Ninetieth Century Hat of Gray Tulle With Tianspaient Brim; the
Headband la af Ermiae.
themselves that the high stiff crown
was umiMially difficult to weaf the
collapsible shape of the early nine-
teenth century has been adopted. The
Where Quality and Service Reign Supreme
In all alaaa.
K M.thod Oaa Rant"
Spi?ey & McGill
Phont M iT. Ill W.
The Camera Shop
101 W. Main St
Mail Orders Solicited
fNMrtEM.SiKp$OB LeedY Woolen Mills
'fomA UJMBY Suits to 0T C Union
'hona wai Order 11 2) Made
tl cokord nidg. 31 North Boblnsoa
TA m rha Only Rirlualve Athlatto and Rport-
JVL U Inc Ooodi Htora In Oklahoma
. at. o. Oklahoma Gty SMtfet
HarnessCompany Goods Ccsit
n.p.lrln. Neatly Don. HOWAHO CHOtfJV. Mgr.
til W. Urand Are. I'hone W. t t(j North Broadway.
fY ScottHallibiirloii FREDERICKSON
1 BFAUTY PARLOR s TIRE CO.
t Slid Moor.
-JSs. "S R 1 " w"f nrt Walnut 38
MXr3 - OliimiKHilKg. 413 N. Broadway
13 TJcEldowney & Son I
Hnnp ELECTRIC SHOP JM
eAAJLa Walnut 649 108 W. Broadway
J04 H. Sohinsoa rhone W. 7022 CJOJ .
Cched Stales Coffee Co. fei7n.
IRA B. IVY 'eagafca
Oklahoma City ; OkUhoma Two Phones Both 91
F.H.NOWLIN ii sj rtowjl
DENTIST ffiMferf ."T
Suite J0t-J--Or lerr'a. A&jfUri r "WTV
W.l.ut.4 OkUhoMCIty VNtW'O
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"-' Nm Walnut 44
eft West ataja ml Okjabomo tUr.
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4 at. ItMlwat
rrJl home iMck candy. Qioeolaies
r4! tail We lerve home made
t-..L U w a trial.
Tke Local Bdlizj izi
To Have and to Borrow.'
Ill N. Robinson Street
II N Ilu4n Phnna WaL sill.
gi'K k At'Trt RKnvira
i tltaai Uthara Try.
.. v TERMINAL
H M Tharo Mr. 1
titlr Work Our MiMicialtf.
Vlolla Maker aM Htftlrtt.
Dealei la Vlolla Aecaeeettet.
IN NOITII lOSIRtOM
This is one of those strange para-
doxes that come up in fashion as in
lite. A woman may have a mascu-
line face and many Americans have
this type in features as well as in
expression and yet she tannot wear
any hat invented for a man except
the one that D'Artagnan wore.
Whenever you put a wide sweep-
ing irregular brim with a soft crown
and a floating plume over a face that
has strong features you get a Ritod
effect and when you use the pot hat
pf Menu ttrutnmcl or the stiff turban
of Russia you accentuate a strong
face with such emphasis that it be
comes uglv. I his was a matter ot
strong debate among the milliners
whenever a large number of Ameri
can women with typical Anglo-Saxon
laces refuses the hat with the stiff
Smashing ia the Crown.
France was the first to find out
what the trouble was and she reme-
died it hy smashing in the crown in
a way that would have made a stove-
pipe disreputable. Soft materials
were used such as panne velvet and
plush and these were pulled in and j
nut as the features of the wearer
decided. Ifati with stiff brims had
velvet crowni that tumbled across
the top in an irregular wave and in-
stantly the high shape became a thing
of beauty over the broad face.
Nothing has yet been done to make
the stiff turban becoming even with its
collapsible crown to the woman who
needs some kind of a brim across her
forehead but the irregular shaping of
the crown pulling it far down on the
right side and tilting it sip on the left-
has turned it into a far more present-
able bit of millinery for the average
F.ven the youdljiiter with the small
face and the brightly painted tips has
begun to smash her Russian turban
down on one side. '
Crowns of Tulle.
In the early nineteenth century the
UlL broad-shouldered long limbed
Anglo-Saxon's who have been hamtrd to
us on many canvases made their hats
of fine cambric or India muslin and put
in crowns that were a series of ruffles
or pleatiugs or irregular light masses
of material. Along with many-other
fashions of the early nineteenth cen-
tury this one has recurred but tulle Is
used instead of cambric.
The hat sketched today Is of tray
tulle or silk net as it really is. The
brim is transparent but stiffened with
invisible wires here and there and held
out into a graceful sea gull shape by a
tiny wire of silver at the edge. The
crown is copied from a llnppner por
trait it is an immense circle of tulle
sewed into a broad hand of ermine ai
the base and then pulled into a variety
of outlines that make one think of a
colored picture ol the Rocky mountains.
I he lashton ol wearing a. hat brim
through which the eyes look is no
longer a fantasy of the cartoonist. It
is an established fashion and therefore
the reason for these thin tulle brims.
which however must be held taut and
rigid tl they are to be worth the mak
UNCLE OF NORTHCUFFE
DIES PAUPER IN U. S.
Disasters Declared Feature of
CINCINNATI Ohio Dec. 29-
Krederiik I.. Huidekoper. founder of
the Army League of the I'nited States
in an address before the .American Po-
litical Science association here today
charged that almost without exception
American historians and writers of
text books have suppressed with
studied- care the disasters which we
have so often suffered and the blunders
we have committed owing to a total
absence of a proper military policy.
"The United States never bad a mil-
itary policy or anything approaching
one unless an unlimited capacity for
blundering in military matters may be
called a policy" Mr. Huidekoper said.
The arguments of the "pussyfisti" as
be termed the pacifists that compul-
sory military service is contrary to
American ideals was arraigned by the
speaker as without a vestige of truth."
Mr. Huidekoper concluded with 1
plea for rompulspry.-UlUverial service
for the youths of the country between
19 and -o years of sge.
Protect Our Daughters. Adv
Cuts Nose in Bit
of Movie Realism
I.OS AMiKLF.S Cal.. Dec. 29.-A 1
bit of realism accidentally broke into
a "movie" yesterday and sent Charlie
Chaplin to the Hollywood hospital to
have two deep lacerations on his nose
and forehead sewed up. The accident
happened at Chaplin's studio Santa
Monica bouievard and Vine streets.
Chaplin was rehearsing a scene for
a new picture in which he appears as
a "policeman." In' it there is a big
bully on "Easy stucei." who had "beat
up" all the other "cops" on the jrib.
Charlie was ordered to subdue him.
When "Cop" Charlie reached the
place the bully seeing his uniform
resorted to feats of strength to frighten
the new "cop." Charlie had a feat
up his sleeve In frighten the bully.
He was to break a lamp post off.
The lamp post was of the old fash-
ioned gas variety with a big glass top.
The base had been loosened Charlie
jumped up seiied the metal cross bar
and gave it a tug. Down came the
lamp post with Carlies underneath.
The glass portion struck Chaplin in
At first it was thought he was hadlv
hurt and he was taken to the hospital
l-ater Dr. Maurice Kahn was called
ami ( hanlin was taken to his apart
ments He will not be able to work J
for several days.
The Collar-Sale Ends-TomorrcuRazczd:cT-
While rapidly diminishing in quantity there till ranaia a aplWU Maftst ol
all atylaa and aiiaa. Tomorrow is your last opportunity to buy half doaem 18 Collars
Receive prompt and careful at-
tention. We pay the shipping
bmv L.aeaa Pa laaas be
Rtil Red Fits R;fd
ocoraiiit to the aUn of Ins Retail-
ara' Association. Whan you are tn
sewn shop at Korabaugh-Brown a.
Yes Madame -"Dress Goo&s"
ARE REDUCED Some Are Silling at Very Little Prices
Cloaking (a QQ
$3.50 Values yd. e) l.JO
A C learance Sale of $.1.50 and
$.198 Coatings in ftalrrucaaii mix-
tures and novelty plaids in colors
of brown green black and white
at yard-l.f). Also Coatings in
I and 2 yard lengths marked at a
fraction of their former prices.
Broadcloth stO f A
Special at yard P-el7
Concerned is our regular $J.J5
Broadcloth an extra fine grade in
chiffon finish and 54 inches wide.
The colors are brown green and
navy. Yard at $2.19.
Fancy Cut Velvet (j
Is a splendid quality of Silk
1 acM Velvet fancy cut corded
effect. Very suitable for chil-
dren's garments and trimmings.
Shades are navy. Burgundy am)
red. Specially priced to close out
at yard 41c.
I economiie by performing all of the
domestic tricjts known to the frugal
housewife with a few new features re-
When the plainest living developed
into a riailv increase in cost the old
economies plus considerable self-denial
failed to keep our bills within the pre-
scribed limit. I canvassed the operat-
ing expenses closely and found a few in-
dulgences which could be advantageous-
rood is not the only commodity which
N'v Mr t lrnnr. that's mostly water.
Since the war started it's more nearly
all water than ever uive me Ked i.ross
Ball Blue that's a two-ounce package
of real fondness. You should see my
clothes t just can't keen from smiting
nut loud. Adv.
SAN FRANCISCO Dec. .Sam
...I V Tlkllll .1 t A V .L
i iuiiii nunc oi tirq norm
cllffi. owner of the London Times and
nephew of the late Fbrdwell Pttillips
former lord mayor of Indon died yes-
terday it the Hebrew home for the
aged disabled here. Phillips rame to
this state sixty-six years sen to make
his fortune and return to Kngland to
enjoy tne nation in iiie to which he
had been born but which he could not
maintain because of the lack of money.
For yean he worked odd Jobs but at no
lime did fortune smile upon him. Four
Can ago he was admitted to the char-
ible institution where he diid. lie
17 TWIT f2-00 nd $2.50 Qualitiea in Printad Figurei j Qp A
ranCy LlHU0tl Striped and Chocked Design. to Clote Out at J VOC yd.
(MAIN FLOOR EAST ROOM WEST AISLE)
Extra Special !
$2.50 Satin Bed Spread
Saturday at choice
A momentous event the Sale of these Spreads.
We've conservatively valued them at $150. Thry
are large sixes 81 xX) inches and in a number of
pretty designs. See our window display of them
and you'll not wonder why we urge yon to shop
early Saturday. Selling begins at 8:.V) sharp.
Main Floor Wist Room West Aisle
Extra Special h
$1.50 Japanese Luncheon Sets QO
Saturday at 7tjC
Very pretty and dainty Luncheon Seta com-
pose this extra special and consist of thirteen
pieces: one J4-inch lunch cloth or center tlx
plate doilies and six tumbler doilies in beautiful
Japanese designs in blue colorings and scal-
loped edges. Marvelous values at choice Me.
Selling begins at 8:30 Saturday morning.
Main Floor West Room West Aisle
4'Piece Combination Cooker
Embracing' Seven Different Utensils.
Regularly Priced at $3.00 Saturd
ft (Hi ' Vl ffli
his four-piece Cooker can be instantly converted into any
following utensils Berlin kettle collander sauce pan)
tube cake pan baking dish double boiler and self-basting roastoft
How I Economize
A "Saluco" uteu:il regardless of its kind appeals to all women because in every
respect it is aluminum ware par excellent and thiagi of great beauty if we may
use the (crrn where pots and pans are concerned. It's massive yet light as a -feather
and each piece is sold under a lifetime guarantee.
The above facts apply to this Four-piece Combination Cooker (a" utensil form- .
iug seven other different ooes)ithat regularly sells for $J.00. On sale Saturday
while a limited quantity lasts for 12.41. t
On Sale at 8t30 Saturday Morning. j
Saluco Aluminum Ware Department in Economy Basement '
has increased in cost Everything wit'i
value has kept step in price with the ad-
vance of the Teutons on allied soil. The
services of the physician were arr ex-
pense eliminated by converting the
adults of the family and coercing the
children into the adoption ff a scien-
tific health diet. We no longer make a
sport of eating. Instead appetites are
accommodated to the maintenance of
bodily righteousness and mental attiv-
ity with excellent' hjgienic and econ-
The laundress has been dismissed but
not that 1 might perform this service
myself. I save soap starch and indigo
also health time and temper by sending
the clothes to the steam laundry via the
"flat-work and rotigh-dry" route.
Amusements have been curtailed to
one movie or matinee a week for each
member ( the familv. All dissatisfac
tion has been allayed by arranging foi '
each to attend on a different day Sna
bring home a detailed report fur the
benefit of the stay-at-homet.
We shall continue to eat drink drtsf
and wash and play on a reduced sched-
ule until the restoration of Ihe o1d-tim
low pricei. And then we will be found
practicing the same economies and com.
plaining of the hard times. J. B. L.
Just arrived in time for
the Holiday Parties and
Dances Imported Gold
and Silver Cloth Slippers;
full Louis covered heel;
turn sole; widths A B and
C all sizes.
Priced Not $8
Why Pay More?
rartel Post Prepaid.'
Mail Ordtw Filled
UPSTAIRS SIICS STOKE
Join Our Popular
IREAT NUMBERS have ioined Others still
joining. Make sure your Christmas money ;
for a "Christmas without money is like June
- Costs nothins td Joincosts nothing to withdraw.
Call todaylet us explain to you. '
Tn ;tT Tl
OKLAHOMA CITY OKLA.
In the Middle of Robbton at Grand Avenue
J wai 94 yean old.
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