Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 251, Ed. 1 Friday, January 19, 1917 Page: 8 of 14
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OKLAHOMA Ui't TIMES. HuuAi JainuAKi vJ auk.
HOLDING OWN ON
Swiss Again Fearing Invasion
;. by Germany
t (Associated Press War Suimuaiy.)
Heavy (iKtini'W sltU is i" progress on
the Riim.iiii.in trout with the Kussians
nnl Rumanian apparently more than
holHjni: their twn tune at least
against Field' Marshal vn Ma hen-en's
armies. I New here in tlx- Itch! "I ar
tillery operation thru' havi bun lew
activities of importance.
Southern Section Watched.
Tills holds irnr "f the I' rain o-lti-lv i.iti
front where the pnt't has been broken
recently by the I'.ntish activities north
of the Somnir. which have resulted in
advances lor them near llcaucourt-Sui
! ! - "
c ! 1- C
16 lbs. Sugar for $1
With $5 older other goods.
Meadow liohl I'.uller. II. 3.1c
24 lh Urlioliiipe tut s.uk.$l..lH
48 Ih. sack m.1.1 Medal S-'.W)
Long Spears Aspaiagus.
j Ih cans star V brand
2 -lb. talis I'.ldora o hi and
2' -lb tans I t ) bi..n.t. Main-
moth White i an -'9c
No. I California Slate In aft. I
lie 2 for 25c
811 sie (i.tpelinit. rath 5c
1'r-r" do'.n 55c
(.4 sic ( .lap. It int. . ... h 6c
2 for 15c; dozen 'Ik-
California Oiaimrs. I.i i Kc- s'l'.
Soap and Laundry Supplies
7 Crystal W hile soap 25c
7 Hob Wlnle soap 25c
H I c.nox snap 25c
( 5c (.obi lhit 25c
2.V pl.t: lYarline 17c
25c ikK CI.; I lust 19c
Fish ad Fish Products
fc cans ()! Sardines (. f..r...25c
1 ( K- cans Mustard S.i'dines 2
15c tans Pioneer Minced Sea
a'c ran Clam Chowder ..in 29c
2tV cans N.n .M Kiau Nimked
Sardines cm 16c
25c tan Tuna Fidi. per can .. 22c
Mk tails Red Sahiioii per tan 2.1c
1-lb. t ans I 'ink .Salmon. 2 lor 25c
3 cans Van ( amp's I. una
2 cans Tom II. I'.rown
Red K i.lnev brans Ih 15c
25c cans I . xii s I'racliL.. tan.. 22c
ll pouii.b sujjar bh$ with $10
15 pounds suv::ir for $1 with $.1
14 pounds nij'.ii ..r $1 .00
HI K AST SIXTH.
Free Iirfiveiy. Wal. 2M8 200 aSi).
Call ta. h phone nmiiiur museiu-
lively if initial lep.iis huy.
Rcuutiful art finisli tiih-
hogany upright $."r()
style ummI priori time ly
well known musician who
has l(;ft the city ; rnne
shown some wear but nm-
Bically as good ah new. A
snap for any one wanting
high grade piano at bar-
gain price. Fully guaran-
teed. Terms $25 cash
221 W. MAIN
.ncre Indications are not lacking
however that the present comparatively
.putt eoiuliiuuis are not likely to en-
dure I.Mijf and in this i muiectioii the ex-
treme -southern sector of the line is br-
uit: (losely watched
I he I-1 1 in h occup' a t onsiderahle
section of l-.nr the lihlini; line
ton. Iiiiik tbf Swiss border at I'.illort
and Ha-el ( on. ciiitaUoit of masses i
l.i i man Hoops across the line from
Hisel has ic enilv been reported in
Svvi newspapers add a belief is said
to csi1 in Switzerland that the Gcr
mans i nleinplair an offensive with the
..In.-. I ot lieciiu: Msa.e of the invaders
Tin- Swiss tedrial t nunc 1 1 eaily this
week while expressing confidence that
none of the powers contemplated a vio-
lation of Swiss neulialitv ordered the
mobilization i.f addition. . I troops as a
measure ..t ptccanhoii. I'.oth lirrmany
and France as-incd Swit.erlau.l re-
teutly lh.it they would lonlluuc ) if-
sprit her n.-iitt.ililv
.en. l lri.li illey. i oiuinandi i of the
Swiss arnn. wishes to m.ibilie all
S it il .'Hand's niiltl.it y lori es ai online;
to a Heine dispatch to the 1'etit Part-
Men at Paris Tie federal tnuntil is
said to lek'.nd smh a measuie as ex-
tessive and to have decide.! to mobilize
t . ii s i i ed
will be i
I and fifth divisions but
improbable that further
illt'il to the i olol s.
Indian Alleged Check Aitist.
(lilt K ASH Okla Jan. l'.- (Spe-
cial i I rank I illinorr. son of a well
known Indian family has been Indued
in jail oil tomplaint of several Oklaho-
ma City funis. He is accused of pass-
ing worthless checks. When the ot 1 1
cers aimed at the l illmore home the
b. escaped from the rear door in his
shut sleeves hut surrendered on de-
mand ot the sheriff.
LOCAL MAN SAYS
TANLAC PUT HIM
Tiirv ait inn inn
Dita un nw jud
Gains Six Pounds and Say He
Now Feels Like a Brand
Member of Center P.uty Says
Allies Fail to Justify Selves.
I'.I'.KI.I.V J.ui p;. - member nl the
dennan renhstan Mathias I'irl.einer.
one of the leaders nf the t'athotic ten
It um parl has express.-. I in a m.-nbei
of the staff of the (Kcrscas News
Acetify Ins opinion mi the note .a the
entente allies m repl p. l'l.-idint
Wilson' llerr Kilniyer is iptoted b
the Overseas News Agency as sa; inn
ami. iik' other thins ;
" I lie neneial iinptessinti made upon
me the note is a lavorable as
could be. The n. le was nnt aildtessed
to the central powers lull to President
Wil-'.n vlmh also means to all oihci
iituti.il .nil! lies and nations.
.JiiHtities Every Action.
hinviter ten i cspoiisible novern-
attione; which are those of cm-
present in ihi.s lashmn then iff
to a uetiti.il indue then it is to
il i- an appeal to
GIVEN BY PORTLAND
PORTLAND. Ore Jan !') - I he
talk of the town today was a
free vaudeville show Riven
bri e la-1 iiiKht bv men and women
tannine m ae It. at) 45 to "it vear.
of ae as part of an exploitation
program adopted bv an organization
known as the Forty-Five Lfficiencv
club which is tirKinx lemoval of ae
limits mi nalional and loial civil
Ihe tlirater was packed and many
were tunic! away. Ihe performer-
came from all walks ot life from
lawyers to common laborers and
their wives. A quartet of men past
70 tears of at;e "naiidina" I lux-
lev a violinist past 7n. a Ktay haired
and stooped Iniih wheel hi. vile rider
a 70 vear old at robat and numerous
individual sinifeis and plavers p.tsi
l) were on the program
There had been no rehearsals I he
eldeily folks mi i eh agreed to perform.
HIS APPETITE RETURNS
Was in Dreadfully Rundown
Condition Before Taking
Tanlac and Couldn't Work.
be supposed that it 1-. all appeal
loinmoii riise and ihal is what is al i
b ped is plaiisibr as justi liable of their
action in this ( isr continuation nf the j
war even after a peace offer was made
bv the irntral powers. Put iintliuiK !
..f this ian be discovf'ted in the en-
terite note. In all its p.lits it presnp- I
poses that evcrvthtlie; done ir ever to
be done h the entente (is justifiable .
words o n it 1 1 1 1 in transmission I and
i ... . . . - . .
ni.u ine a.ii .ii m tn' cential p.oveis
nuisl b- siitii.iii.. without hearini!
as iiiiniM.il .mil bv pun h it al People
who t e v t.i peruade others bv -n.-li
rea-oii-. i -.. un.ible o alh'i;e h.-tter
.UKUini'iits but. abovt- all. it seenis ((.
me that the iiwte is ntilv directed to a
in-ii! i .it in ine entente in.nriler in tins
av to leach their ovv n nations.
Hudly Believe Own Cause.
I I he a ivernmenls nf .ur enemirs
t v idenllv feel an mi;eiit need . ex
j " ii si- llii'iiiselves and then a. lions he-
I. i.' their own ii.ilin.ns and heimr also
M't fi'ith for that purpose
Gain on One Flock
Year Is $13440
Still another comes forward an
his voiie to i In hundreds vilm
I . I l . . . . .
.urea. iv inii..ie tne vvniiilettul me
cine. Tanlac Troy dates living at
128' i North I irst street while in the
Westfall I t ii m store a lew davs .iko
"Sntnet.ini in the sprnu! ot l''l'. I be-
isiii sulfetitui with slnvv ui.il.nial lever.
My appetite leu me and I K"t very
i.eivous. I Inst wt iKht rapidlv and all
my st!i'ii"tli and tnt rny seemed to leave
me. I was coistiiatn all the time bad
a slimy mated totnjiie and fell suK..
Kish and woinoul Notion)' I i .tild eat
auiecd with me and the (Ms on mv
stoma. h jjave me luattbutti and awful
stuothf Mills' spells I Ki so I (oiild
hardly sleep and had to prop mvself up
in bed si I could bieathe 'and el a
little test. I had terrible pains in both
sides at times and while I tried al!
kind ot niedii mi's pt ettitiK w..se
I finally had to l.iv off fmni woik ..r
ihe liisi tune in I unity sears ami tor
two months In-fine I be-all takiiiR Tan-
la i 1 hadn't been able tn (In a thinu
"One div 1 ie.ul (lie testimonial (t
Fx Shei .ff nderson of Houston
lex.i. vvlio deviiibed snmr of my mi.
etal le feelini's and s.ud ho never felt
belter in Ins hie than lie does now and
that nioiiev' couldn't buy the good I an
lac did him W t II. I de. i.lcd to s-
what the mi di ine that did mi nun h for
him would do for me and now I'm
ready o tell volt it has dune every-
thinu After usim- lanlac. a lew days
I loutnl mv cousiip.itinn was tclieved
and my toiij;i)e was periectlv t'leau and
1 have been pi kniK up in wuuhl and
tiettitiK I rotifer ever sun r. Mv appe-
t'te has 1 1 tin ui d .in. I I .in i at .mv
lliiiiK without feelini' the least uiui-i-ness
afterwards. Ihe inataria and fever
seenis l . be about all none and I'm not a
bit nervous. I don't have ativ ol those
aw lul sinotlu'rinv; spell and I sleep as
sound n a dollar I have only been
takmis lanlac lor about ten tlavs. and
am Koiii'! to keep it up for a while be
..nio il is the only think' that ever did
me any Ktiod I have alic.nl Kamed
six pounds and feel bke a brand new
man and am workum rruulailv everv
d.iv. lanlac iritaitilv s uteai and Pint
i' inn to stand by it for the H'm it has
d. 'ir me and several nf mv tnemls are
lakiiiu it now nil mv i econuni iid.il imi "
Iheie is not a Mti(le portion of the!
body that is nnt benelited by tlie lielplul '
at Hon ol I aula.' vv In. h begins its work i
I v stiiniilatini! the dnirstive and assimi I
laltve organs lliereby etiMihinii the
11 1 and mv iroi at inn the whole bo.lv !
Nest it enables the weak wutnniiti
-.t.-iil.l Il to tltnrolUs'lllv iliKi's) lis ..i'dl
pioiuntiiiK 'be assimilation of the pour- I
islrniK pto.hl.ts to be tonvi Med int. '
bloii.l bone and miistle. It huib! up
the constitution weakeneil bv disease '
and mental phv M. a I ovurvvoi k ipi.i kens
. i oiiv ales em e and is an iinl.t ilini
I snuiie i t coinfmt lo all siif Ir rmi imtn
' mi. Ii tiouldes "
lanlac is ob in Oklahoma ( itv ex-
ilii ihIi bv Westiall 1iuk Co under
the pttsnnal dirrclioii ol (lie spil
I lanlac repiesentalive -Adv
I iinahle to
i i . p i a icasons aim -. tumcnts. tliev
appeal to tlie blindest pi e oiu eived
ideas and darkest it;n -i an. e nf the past
and the present thus proving nnlv
Imw nervous tlie Knvcrnments nf the
entente .tie when ihev must force
I lace ; I then i vv il people I hrv lilt
their vni.es I . sinli a mt. li and lalL
have with such feelni-t aboin hr strenith
and justice of then cause because they
themselves hardly believe it. and be-
cause they are avvate that their an
du nce attaches no moie faith than they
do their vvonls.
"Then ou -uppiise that tlie peace
. ntiditlotis siu-tiested bv the entente 111
then Hole ale lint earnest nr scnous.-''
llerr I'rzbertrr trplird-
"Vis and no. These demands would
be earnest if the entente weie able to
fori r them upon us; thev ate nm earn-
est because otherwise. could find u.i
explanation for the inc. uis ist .-n ie - I
dare sav in-anih of such suvje .t mils."
Clash for U. S.
Ahead Says Lewis
Nl W V ) Is Is . Jan. V Ihe I'mtrd
States is tlueatenrd wi'h mniliit ine
the ferritin ul rnJus of the pe .ple of
North or South America or as tlie re
!u!t of a r. .ntet lor the vvoibl's trade
'Senator lames Hamilton lewis of II
j hi; .is a-sirted in an address of a meet
I iik 'be i ew Yoik ( ri'.litmen's as-
s i iatioii iirre last nn-lit.
Iithir a nm dili atmn nf the p.esenl
a 1 H atioti othe Moiime dot II tne must
be bad or ptrparattoii i n land and sea
be immediately taken lor niaintenam e
nf the ! t tt me in all its vu-ni by an-
licip.ituiK the o.positi.n am! coiiflut
lllat will befall lis. he said
Pl'Kt F.I.I.. Okla Jan. l';-(Special I
- A report on his flmk f chiikeiis was
read by t otu.tv Aweut I W Owens al
a recent uieetm ot the Mi (Tain County
Poultry association. Abe paper slmws
toncbisiK'ly that b Oietul attention
ami inteiiiKeul inananemen!. a li.nK ot
Knod birds mav be made to pio.liicc a
profit T he year to wbnh the paper re
ferred was Jan I P'bi to I 'ecrniber 12
T he -loial income lioin 1 ' ' "f
Mr Owens' hens am! nuliets int hided j
$.ll)7.'5 for eKKs and $.Vit 2) f-r sale of
ihiikens. Money won at tlie county fair :
was J14. utakiiiK the total $1.5215 His;
total expense was $217 75 makini! the;
net pi ..fits f4.U TP. i
France and Italy
Coal Lack Acute
WAslllV.TON. Jan P- 1 icsirm -tion
ol 'he ineriTianl ships by enemy
subuiatmcs is makitiK the ocean trans-
limitation Ptoblrtns m the entente r mu
ll pes so anile accordmis to official di- j
ipati lies te eived here that even the fix
j iiih ot maximum rates on coal tiaiispor-
iatin has failed to relieve the foal
shnrtane in France and Italy. Neutral
I vessels are rrfusiiiK to carry coal fion
I'.ntish ports to tlie allied countries as i
'neutral putts oiler better rates. !
j Tripolitan Rebels j
I Lose Thousand Men!
PVK'IS. Jan. p. -Tripolitan rebels
I ! l.i l men in a fi"hl Tuesday wi'hl
It.'.lian troops between the city of Tri-j
poll and the frontier al I inns accord i
ini: to a dispat h to the llavas ayencv I
from lsoine. ' I
Three to Locate t
W'AsI II N( .T ON. Jan. 19 - Presideni
W ilson lias ilesiunaird Secretaries I'ak
er l ane ami Houston to investigate j
and report on the ftdei lion of a site foi j
te proposed oyermnent nitrate plan! I
for which $2tl(HltliKill was authorized at
the I ist session f i nnKirss
The Dot D etcctive
10 to 20''. Discount
Waich thii space.
Tailor tn ladien and Gentlemen.
II N. Rnblnson.
Wal. 4rtol. Colcntd Bldx
I qXT? 1
. ' ' .0
C) G r 6
i '-r" 5 M '
' J B Mi
' " '7 lV-
.37 N. Robinson St.
The Final Call! Saturday
And Incidentally a Special Purchase Sale of
100 NEW SPRING SILK DRESSES
The Remaining Winter Stocks to Be Closed Out at
a Fraction of Their Original Value
Remaining otock of Suits in Two Lots
20 Suits Choice pf the house $15.00
20 Suits Values to $45.00 $10.00
23 Fall Coats to Go Regardless of Cost
8 Cloth Coats Values to $35.00 $14.75
5 Cloth Coats Values to $55.00 $19.85
C D1..-.U n 4. Ti a.- d; nn M e nn
5 Plush Coats Values to $45.00 $22.50
Evenjng Dresses at Half Price
$25.00 Evening Frocks $12.50
$29.75 Evening Frocks. $14.85
$35.00 Evening Frocks t $17.50
$39.75 Evening Frocks $19.85
$45.00 Evening Frocks $22.50
$55.00 Evening Frocks $27.50
$65.00 Evening Frocks $32.50
FURS! at Exactly One-Half Price
1 Hudson Seal Coat trimmed nat. lynx retf. $o50 value. .$175
1 Hudson Seal Coat skunk trim $295 value. . : $150
1 Near Seal Coat 45 inches Ion? $85 value $42.50
1 Near Seal Coat 40 inches Ion? $75 value . .$37.50
Fox Sets Toupe Fox Muffs and Scarfs Cross Fox Sets Hud-
son Seal and Mole Muffs and Scarfs at ONE-HALF PRICE.
Special Purchase Sale 100 Silk
Regular $15 to $20 values.
Taffetas Crepe dc Chines
Combined with Georgette; all
colore and sizes.
Regular $25 to $29.75 values.
Taffetas Georgettes Crepe de
Chines ih the new light spring
shades 15 new models all col-
ors and sizes.
t i i.iiniti i.i.i siiritM n
(t'epvtiglit. PUT. t.y John N Wheeler tne)
li!ll 1'St l..i tn IIihI Tint i pis. i tli wss n p.wn lip nltli a lot of eee-
nml ' nr. I ... I i v . . i. la. I Nl. tivr ' S. uirlln.' we ilrteetlvee find
. wlui! . in e I ill g fi in pis nui pl'iee. .i I ss.nl In t It "
' Um iiikh'i tl pinpiii i . f vim - a'lieil Irs lnt
' lie Vinillil lnv. I I l (ir l m n.k I I nt tmill.ll Iplr.l loll. "
I en PI lln M iH-iciiv.- ' I'. I I H a.il r Vet 1 vvint in l.iiv n nee-
I nnrt hitnrl -
l ln i'ii'iipli'l.s h i !i- in il. i lirlr. live
A II iul on tlin'li Hie nli'tialet 1 1n n mine
es .1. n .tin ili Inir from
I . with No I ill. vv ti No. If
! "Hints Por
i YOUR HQHB
J Milk to Cut the High Living Coat.
tl A (-LASS of milk with every
I Z meal" is tlie Iowa Stale tol
icije dairymen's ptescription to
li'p oust oil man Hi Cot-ci l.ivin'. In
fnt a greater use of all dairy products
i iiuTudiim butler and ihree would
(Hreatlv tut the daily menu tost tliev
maintain. Ibejr use also nils fuel and
Ipiepaialion tost for thev are ready to
jrat as homilit Milk is nnt only nnur-
i ishinu. hut tlieap. as the (ollowitiR com -
I arisons .how :
i A ipiRM if milk instinK 9 cents is
I eiiiivalrn' in food value In:
Finhi rugs at X rents ilnen or .12
j rents worth .
i Three poinuls rodfuh 10 rents pound
i or V) i etits worth.
lhree-lilths -Kiunrt ham at JS tents
pound nr .'I cents worth.
1 wo piMiutla tniiken at 25 cent
pound or 50 renti worth.
Hire fourths pound beefsteak at 24
tents pound or 18 leiitu worth.
I oitr-filT'is pound pork chops at !3
rum pnund. or 20 rents woitli.
One psiunil of ndtane cheese served
with rrecn is e.tiulent to half a
Muiul of il edtlar i heese.
eat I. nf I -mr nitht people as de
In mils is tuikey I -One lialf pound
rts'Utv) steak otic hall j'e-uni grtunil
pork one-fourth pound (rround vral
one cup cracker or luiad t runibs pinch
tit sane pinch of salt pepper one f(ii
beaten (en he made without tlie eR
a liltle milk to uiiiistfii Mix thorouiih-
ly then put slu es of bacon on top and
can of tomatoes in bottom of pan. Haste
often. Hake one hour.
i'roRressp-e I'-KK Six tiatrtl boiled
emts six thin slices of toa .ted bread
two clips nuik four tablespoons butter
two tablespoons flour one teaspoon
alt; pepprr . make cream sauce as us
ual chop whites of ckks fine and add j
to halt of same run tne oks tluoutfi
sirve and add to other half of sauce:
plaie toasted bread n lnt platter; pile
whites in center and yolks in same
atoiind toast; crate tin yolks over all
(Team or I einott Tie lone eiin) One
rnp milk one tup water two table.
Spoons flour three tablespoons suuar a
hit of butter yolk of one dark shelled
eRg. Keep while of rgd for meringue :
by making meringue this way you will
have entmgli tn rover pie; jttart to brat
white and as you bra! put in Iwo la-
l.lcspoonfuls of cold water a few drops
at a tune. Keep heating until n stands;
add sugar rovef pie and bake.
MOTHERS DO THIS-
A mother's tinendine work at
devotion drains and attains I
'liyirteal strtngth and leavrs its mark )
in dimmed eyes and careworn ex
pressions she ages before her time.
Any mother who Is weary and languid
ahimht Mart taking tieott't Umalalon of
Norwegian Coil Liver (HI aa ttrengthen
lug food ami bracing tonic to add rich
nr tn her blood and build up her
netvea tv-for il ia too late hlart Ssolt'a
I'mulsion today Its fania ia world wide.
It I free from alcohol.
soil ft feint. llvMDtM. H. J. 1 f
When tho Children Cough Rub
l Musterole on Throats
' and Chest a
No telling" how aoun the lymptonii may
develop into croup or worse. And (lien's
when jou're platl you have a jar of Mui-
Vtolc at hand to give prompt sure re-
lief. It dots not blister.
As first a d and a certain remedv
Musterole is excellent. Thottfands of
incthers know it. You should keep a
Jar in the house retdy for Instant ue.
It is tlie remedy for adnlts too. Re-
lieves sore throat bronchitis toniilitii
croup stiff neck asthma neuralgia head-
ache congeition pleurisy rheumatiim
lumbago pains and aches of bark or
ioints sprains sore muscles chi'blaini.
froiled feet and colds of the chest (it
often prevents pneumonia).
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