Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 251, Ed. 1 Friday, January 19, 1917 Page: 6 of 14
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OKLAHOMA CITY TIMES. FRIDAY JANUARY 19 1917.
NOT ON SIDEWALK
Expert to Qualify Statement j
Dorothy Dix Says
A (lirl Who Works la Entitled to Her Earnings Just as Much
as Her Brother Is and It's High Time Parents (Generally
Recognize This Fact.
By Dorothy Dix
Tlir World's Highest Paid Woman Writer
in Mooney Tiial
SAN l lv'.Wi l( o. .Liu. r In w
S. Statt'orif the suigeoii wlii pertoiine I
II atltopN v (Hi tilt- t'otlits hi the pic
parcdnrss dav bomb e x i 1 - ti victims
last July as the result of whh'i
Thomas J. .Yioonrv is mi trial In if m
a charge of ninnlrt was In lake the
witness stand today and rilam to tin-
court just uliat he meant vesterd.iv
that "in his opinion thr bomb mul I
Hot have exploded from t'u- -idrwal'.
because nf thr wounds in tin" heads ot
several ol the m Inn
W 1 (MAN writes nir a lettei in
vvhi.li she ask tins question
' I ).) win ilnnk that I have
. hern wrong in I ft 1 1 1 1 K nn daughter.
I wliii an- in business keep halt nf tilt'"'
ware My votmge-t daughter staited
j to wmk when she was IS years nld
and ie rived $S a r'k vjilarv. and
I mil cit that I gave her hatk $J 75. At
she increased m cttii ii-m y shr received
iniinc pa . hut I always havr let her
I keep fr herself halt that she made.
I as I thought that it i-iadr hn feel in
I dependent and taught her how I"
I handle iiimri
1 "I lip i t 'her vv.itfrs she has 1 Inthed
Tb tte f rnTllil . thai the holllh l.-r..lt rinfl Vi 1 s .lull.! IIJIll tor a $J50
was placed on the sidewalk hv Monnrv addition to having also taken
and Warren K. Hillings. Doctor Suf ' musn lessons L'.esidcs this the has
ford was brink' cross rxamined hv At (helped me out with tmall smut of
tornry W. lintirke (oikran when he 1 nnr. unfn 1PV ufrf nrrlr-i about
made the statement whnh the deten- lnr 1 MS(.
said it considered a break in the chain j ( . daughtris who are
of the states rvidcnie. l.ntor Stat 1 1 1 . 11 .. .11 ...a ...
Il'OV IH.lllH'l IIIM I "Jllil I I "ill. .111.1 m v
11. il ei ..no'iiists about iheir household
Mv Im-band and 1 haw had pi.uu
-lllif t. he 1 olil.eiiij-
ford requested th.it
qualify hi- .pinion
A hall doell peii ii'. weir cxpei led
to testii tm!.i 1 1 w.i t d m ihe death
thr ten tne-i and v nnieii while two
score relative ot'-ihi dead v. ill he
summoned to the stand John Donald
a waiter who aliened he saw Mmiiiev
and Hillings l"gtthrr al the strut; nf
the explosion shortly before it oiiurrcd
will be called hv Ihe prosrt utitni Mon-
day. The congressional union tor woman
suffrage is planning to hold another
big suffrage parade in Washington n:t
tbr day of President Wilson's inaugu-
ration. il )
f Get at the Real Cise Take Dr.
Edwards' Olive Tablets
That's wlt.it thousands of stomach
sufferers ate doing now. Instead of
taking tonics or trying (o patch tip a
poor digestion they are attacking the
rtal cause nf the ailment closed liver
and disordered bowels.
Dr. Kdwards' Olive Tablets arouse
the liver in a soothing healing way.
When the liver ami bowels are pcr-i
forming their natural functions away
goes indigestion and stomach troubles.
If you have a bad taste in your
mouth tongue coated appetite poor
laiy. don't-care feeling no ambition or
energy troubled will; undigested foods
you should take Olive Tablets the sub-
Ctitutc for calomel
Dr. l'dw.irds' Olive Tablets are a
purely vegetable compound mixed with
olive oil You will know them hv their
olive color. They do the work without
griping cramps or pain.
Take one or two at bedtime for rpiick
relief so you cm rat what von like.
At 10c and 2bc per box. All druggists.
in. 11 1 1 1
v make .
Inn their 1
I1..11M givr rvrrv
)ne. and that I
nthr. and give
pending nioiirv a
ha' my plan is the
oii s.iv about the
week while I hold
right one. hat d
I eilainly the person who earns the
inonrv hat a right to it. whether that
one is a bank president or a little
working gill. 'Ihe man who thinks
that Ins daughter should turn over her
pay envelope to somehoilv ehe. and be
given a small take-ntf out of it would
he highly indignant if anybody should
confiscate the proireds nt his week's
labor 111 that high handed mannei Net
serine ior those tew ddlait nist as
mtiih as any man has given his And
she's gt jIM i(s tinn h light to the
money s. u (. fr .m
has t ;v
I herr is no other more glaiuig in
stance of sr. injstier 111 the wmhl
than the ditlereme in the way
patents ieat their boys and gnls win.
"rk .oh fr 11 stance ever
dreams of sml a thing as a son tutu-
"UK over the whole of h sa!rv ru.rv
week tor tin- l.miilv expense and
i satMi.i in VP n1(.r
1 'o nun a tpianrr or .1 h.i
I sl't'iul on hiinseli.
v'.i ine eontiatv when a nvtliet has
a son who gnrs her what would he
fair board if he lived with strangers
she goes about bragging about what a
kind good generous considerate son
!-hr has got and it. besides this he
occasionally huvs her a new pair of
gloves or a hit of ftiiuitiire for the
"HlM' 'hC '"ids 1 rds 1 . . I enough
'''-I' ' H'g Iik praise-. and he
tt'iUirfs if pin. Hi n vluy c )
-"II .I'M ng Ihe lieigbb s
:- I v nine
Ihe young lady across the way savs
a great many American surgeons have
Rone over to serve in the war' hospitals
to familiarize themselves with military
gnl ha given
laug.iler goes 1 woik in
' out hi a hundred
tppioptiates her miiiiiil with-
1 veil so nun I Hs a -.1 ...1. .
I he girl is self-supporting 111 thai she
earns her own nrv I s. j st
.1 dependent 11 realitv beiaiise she ha-
t" go to her mother for every rnt she
spends as inn. h as ft it was
mothei s iinmev and not her own that
she was asking for. She never has that
toy that is r of the ehoieest .le:s.
mi earth of In . (r money
she lias made herselt . I
individual poekethook. . ifrWK u
-be 'an spend t eNa.tlv s sl. please
""" -m .o. oimt to anvhodv
.Moreover moibers aie often
lllltllt I.. tl. 1 .
1 ' o ii.iugiitri
er ladle slaves .0
TO REMOVE DANDRUFF
bottle of llandetme at
pour a littlr into your
tion to Com-
t ict a J.i cent
.I' v drug store.
hand and ruh well into the stalp wit1
the linger tips. Ity niorning most it
li 't all. ol tins awlul miuI will have
disappeai ed lwo or lluee apphea-
lii i s will de Irov evriy hit i f dand
1 nit st.p 1. ilp itilnug ami billing
..;i ..1... 1
1.. 1.. s .T-r
" ain nmnev tor the sake of
'Hlan.e of the i.! . 1. ...
- "i. nir
liol jII 1.. ..I . .. 1 . .
i... ...m . " " 1 -ouiy
' More or offitrs
Mead !. kitchen1
I know f one (
I wren her da.i
11 art has are
e in whiih 2 tn.ili.
"lost desoahle match be-
r 'l.llll.'lllet .....I . 1....
men I ' . r
. '"' . o .M.iM'
ner salarv wis taken
.w "kr ' "I tin- tami v
h;.ue hey w have 0 (ve o
NOSE CLOGGED FROM
A COLD OR CATARRH
Apply Cream in Nostrils
Open I'p -Air l'anage!i.
.1 1 n 1 1....- 1 I s .
' ' '" M"i 1 know of another
l-e in whnh a trail drheatr .
' W-M'"'d hv her mother to sun
!"" Kreal huskv loafg hmther
''"' K'.'l rebelled ne and ag. a
'; ' her niother'w
't in. snhnnssim hv her tears
."id iep.i h.s .1 . :ii
1 . 1 . "" " " an 1111-
"" oaiignn r .111
an iimiatural sis-
Ah! What relief! Your 'logged ir
tills oprn light up. the ao passages of
vour bead are t l-.tr and you can
breathe Irrcly. No more hawking smif-
flni'f mucoiis disihaige. hrad.n he. drv-nrss-110
strugKliiiR for breath at night.
jvoir 1 old or catarrh is gone
' Don't stay stuffed up! .rt a small
bottle of b.h's ( ream Halm from vour
druggist now Apply a little of this
laurant. antisriilic it ram in your iins . "'""n'o nines more ine il . l-.
'tiN. let 11 penetrate through rverv air : !'r"rr """ her dav's k cr
..ssagr of the head; sonthr and heal 1 '' v'1-l up a .t f !. ( rr
Hie swollen (nilained mucous mem- 1 "' 1 10 neip Kr tb
Nor is the nionev (iirst fniv
"''" "' P'r.ntal uniairn.ss !. P
""!kl" ''.is to put up No
'Vet the MM
'"" " '"k all day . mine
li s dinner s snkg l . f
Hheu be return and atter he rats t
'"' '' TM" I" wash the dishes r
..... in.- srwmg mai lime
younger . hildien
ien 1 r l .rtl . 1
1 3 I . 1 ... . nonie.
. t'l I 1 t'.ir i.i .. 1... . 1
inane giving vmi iiisiani renei r.iv s ; - 1. v lame and put n
Ciram llalui is just what every odd I'1'--' "" evening doing the latinly sew
and eat.irth sutlerer has been seek- I ""
ini- It's in t splendid -Adv. I that's the main te.isou ttllv l()
. .".ins gins me.m m 1
' 1 "rv ;'r'' '"lied t
THE GREATEST BARGAIN
SALE OF WALL PAPER EVER
OFFERED IN THIS CITY
It is quite unusual or in fact un-
heard of for a wall paper store to
put their entire stock on ksale at one
price. We must move February 1.
We are poinp: to close out this en-
tire stock at one price. Ingrains
oatmeals figured oatmeals tiles
bed room papers in fact paper for
any room in the house values up to
75c per roll all to po at one price.
Sale starts Friday January 10th.
Come early and pet your pick of
the choice patterns.
Your Choice of Entire Stock
5c Per Roll
210 W. Main Up.tairi Over
lo ihe vtoik of men
ms and ibe .. rL
them nd nl....l.. I.
K I tut- llstltutloll t
TO STATE PRISON
Captuicrs of Joplin Cliauffour
Now in McAlcstcr
Sheriff Johnson took ('. 1'.. Your.n
and J. S. I-lib her sentenced to twenty
yrart for kiilnapiug to the penitentiary
at McAlrster last night. Hryan Jones
and Jetsr C'ae box car thieves wer
also taken. 'I hey are lo serve two
years The former two are the voung
men who forced A S. L'.liss of lophn.
Mo. to drive his automobile to Okla-
homa I ity la;'. Saturday and then held
!'.:;;; p n wioie t'ney tried to sell
The sheriff is i (inferring with Ok-
fuskee county a.ithirities today about
returning Jes l.it le to this county f or
trial on t barges beie 'Ihe bank bandit
-fill le kept for trial at Okemah if it
i.an be -hown that it was he who fired
the shot whnh killed Deputy Shrtilt
. lilies lleah ("int t Ink. awoin-
panied Johnson to iileiittfy Little. De-
teitivc Mike t outlets went along to help
handle the pi 'suiters
CLARK TO DECIDeTn
FAV0RFW. F. HARN
Judge ( laik annoumed veMerdav
that y will give a derision in tavor
of W I'. Ham and hit wife agauist
the luler-tate Huildins Loan coin-
pauv in thr damage suit brought hv
them in t oniieetion with thr sale of
llarnd.ile pnoirtv Only a nominal
judgment of $1 will be allowed the
judge said Ihe attorneys have been
given until Monday to present the
findings of facts in the suit." Ihe
Hams were suing for SlSD.Htnl. alleg-
ing misrepresentation and breath of
Vljutant (ieneral Aneel I'arp this
morning aim 'inn ed the appointment
of Second Lieutenant ( al llarrah of
tioop It. Oklahoma I ity cavalry to
the first lietitenanancy to take thr place
of Lieutenant deorgr Howes resigned.
Sergeant John S Hradley was yntnot-
ed to Harrah's position.
Why the Dime Loaf is Better Bread
To mix to best advantage bread dough
requires no less than a certain quantity of
material. That quantity and more goes
into the big Dime Loaf.
T Its food value will not bake out in the oven
nor will it lose its flavor. through rapid
drying as is sometimes the case with
Having more substance the texture of the
Dime Loaf is Finer its flavor richer its
food vnlno ("'eater
vsi iiv.OiillVM IClsllIIHl
So as long a" you get OVER TWICE
THE SIZE ol the small loaf for LESS
THAN TWICE THE PRICE
Make the Bargain Dime Loaf
Your Bread "Buy" Word!
As a mailer t fa t. thr generosity '
of working girls ( .r lmil.
p-.se brhel th ut a murmur they
turn mrr tbr hulk of their earnings
lor the i-ommnn use. ami whenever sou
find .v family of grK (.. N :
will hud the hmisr well furnished. aud
the lauiilv well . lothed Hut it's Imir
ih.it thee par.isitie families rerognied
th s )..( the hheralily it i. and iml as
Winn a gnl g.rs p wk. and sitti
pons heisrlt e heionies lb rehy an
independent woman She should pav
her mother a fair hoard as a matter of
insti e 1 the halamr of bet m.irv
is hei own. I tut o th whaiew t l.e
iho.ises ( evpiud mi olhei mrmbrtt
ol Ihe familv should be irogtne s
a lavor and appienated aMmdinglv
Hut to take her m.iitev fiom ei is an
miti aye I h.-e who labor havr an in-
alienable tight ;.t the fruits r their
I' d And this g.fs ( (sh git) s
well as liust magnates
"'! unlit. 17. .v it.. frr iJvnih
LL PASO Jan. I')-l ighting is in
ptogress between rebel and government
troops in the vicinity id Santa Ysahel
about fifteen miles west nf I'hi'niahua
l it) according to a tepott brought by
passenger from the south who arrived
Villa the passengers aul. is making
his hcadepiartri s at San Andies. ten
miles west hey added that he is re-
ported to have sen! couriers into Du-
rango and the lorreon district alter
his siatlered bands with a view to
forming his army before risking anv
further important action with (.enerat
CHK KASHA. Okla . Jan l3 -I Spe-
cial )--I'nder the leadership of ( apt.
1 helma Wild Isosc the ( hi kasha high
School basketball team promises to
achieve as great fame at did the ( hiik-
asba high school football team in its
season. I'p tu dale it has not suffered
MILLIONS USE RED CROSS
Millions of good housewives use Red i
t'ros Hall Hlue Lath year its sales'
inrreie J In- old friends ue it and
tell others. Ked Cross Hall Hlue will
make sour old clothes look like new.
Ask your gimrr. Adv.
I W. S388
Far th fond mt nr M)LB MM m. 1
SSIII AIm Heal In.
fit ;nnr tlii hlM fm wait or
rail lor and dfllver fr.
0. k. ..hoe Hospital
sot V WnMna
Use the Want Ads
7Why certainly! Most agreeable!
How I Economize
I erononn;e on mv time by mendhig
sfoi kings and t lothmg as mmhi as thrv
i'i worn or toi'i ri uomi.'r on mv
'length hv sending 'huts to laundry
limit for II) stilt". I . also towrls at a
I use the hrt parts f wmn wotdrn
mo i miits .i mke little woolen
-huts I i lb- vttt.ill fnt.tr nt lr
lour hovs' ban llitis saving s. JJ
I make all the t hthlrens suits titilir-
nig all inatriial ftoin woui suits ot
tltrssfs also ( ileanmg and piess-
nig when necessary
I i hi k and wpifb a gioieriM
pe k of potatoes will average fto'iu IJ to
14 pounds I nits .m ilemiml our
po'iutl of butler ton onlv tr rive about 1
14 mim es lot vmir potunl
When tiHiking toast also hake ap-
plet potatoes etr . thus taving ;v
.iking heaps. Itntt. ti e ovi tnght
they rati he i nuked in It s. tUn half
I purchase some suet when I am to
havr tieak. and ue it to ftv the trak
in then put trimming gtease awav to
.treason potatoes in idatr ot high pru r.l I
biittei -MKS W W Alius tiUa 1
lUltimore smiety women plan to es
i tl'lob a tcuM-iy I u thru j t 1(.v I
Won its extensive popularity
in the open field of competi-
tion and is daily gaining in
Honestly its blend is a near '
approach to perfection: it's
the blend that counts.
Ask Your Grocer
Imported roMtted blended cut packed and labeled
in our modern plant at Oklahoma City.
CARROLL BROUGH A ROBINSON
Oklahoma City and Enid Okla.
CARROLL BROUGH ROBINSON A GATES
WichiU Fall and Quanah Texas
CARROLL BROUGH ROBINSON & HUMPHREY
Clinton and Altu Okla.
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