Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, April 27, 1917 Page: 2 of 16
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OKLAHOMA CITY TIMES FRIDAY APRIL 27 1917.
TRIAL OF GERMAN
flier li I A Nil rlrN
nuuii mm ulilh Bill llmam (0 ROVernoi
I In In- publication "tin1 Cat." of! the
Grand Opera Singer to Appear
Vlere Is An American Product
Munition Plant St i i ko Con-
NEW V IRK April 27 Franti von
Ktntcicn aiTuni iirrman master mo J
and rni Americana accuied ol having
Conspired t instigate strikes in muni
tions plants engages) in filling con-
tracts for the entente allies were
brought before tiir federal "iirt lodaj
for trial n Rentelen who is taid
to have been soi ially prominent in
Merlin and an intimate of the I .'
man crown prince .ut'iril In r-
Wednesda) from Kugland w lirrr. for
mnrr than a year be had been .1 1
oner nf war
The othet defendants are David La
mar. know 11 a "the w 'It of Wall
Street" former Congressamn II
Robert Kowlet and I- rank Hurhanan ol
Illinois former Vtrorrti) lieneral
Frank S Moitnett of Ohio; Henry B.
Mai'm 1 Washington lobbyist and
Herman Schulteis and lacob 1 raytor
They arr said - have operated through
the medium of labor's national peace
council whpse ostensible purpose wai
Mas I yndar alio know as "( ount"
I.yndar Louden applied I'm release On
parole yesterday from die prison where
he is serving a sentence foi bigamj
Judge Rosalsky in annoum ing that he
would refuse the application said he
had hem told thai Lyndar made at
rtngtmenti to iciie the president ol
the United States hold hnn for a
hostage and organise etfarmy for in
Invasion of Canada the end ol his
prison lenn here Lyndar will be taken
to Newburgh N " . fur trial on a
pres. i.da. Considerable space it d
voted to the announcement
I he commissioner believes that the
Durant candidacy is not sincere but is
to conceal the preparation of a boom
fur some 1 'I'" 1 andidatc
I AX KOS
A digestive Inpnd laxative cathartii
and Iiwr (onii Combines strength
with palatable aromatic taste Doe
iMt gripe of disimh stomach 50c.
Eta rah Oarrtck "S yan old lit wvnt
Rul . Csndron to years old Ht Man 1
K K Redman mi Chickasaw avenue
frame dwolllna ll.WtOi frame iiweiiiru. '
all Baal Nobis avenue 1 1 .ihi
C It Brwln 710 West Twenty-fourth
! street frama dwelling 111
C E Htsffman ISO Weal Nineteenth
' el fr ifr.- dwelling. 11100: ?. 'I Went
i Knurteenth street (rami awaiting II.M0j
I 111 Weal Thirty-second itroet. finm'!
dwelling 114901 111! Weal Twenty.!
nth t.eit. frame dwelling 11900; i:i
Waal Twenty seventh street framed
! 'Iwellina. .'..'iia. .71; Nnrlli Hii'leon me-
i wi frnnie itwlliiic tS.lOO; ;nfl s.irtti !
I Hudson avenue rninii' ilwellh . li.liOO;
1 mit Waal Thlrty-aeventh street rnime I
1 dwelling. 11710: Mm West Thirt) fimi
elree fmnn dwelling f. son.
Monroe franklin 11 years old Agra
lOkla. nni 11 i'ii Bwlndall 11 years old.
Km Ol i"
lohn Morgan ;? years pld 'Oklahoma
City 1111 iimr Revard 10 rears bid h. !
ja.. gga. .. J MgSSSK a
aff ga LssV ' 1 tBEi Vai - JF
ji mmni r iiv. Pav . jlv i
't I 1 1 1 II III 1 1 1 M I 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 . : ' 11 11 n 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 i 1 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 1 1 .iiiiiiiiiii '
TV champaRne cost no mo than spring
water "Adam's nlc " would still b;
considerably in demand. It ain't its
price that makes Velvet popular but
the fact youjran't get better ft
tobacco at any price. OfiC J
Hbiuvs wnat vour
buys: the best Burley
tobacco Kentucky ( in
jrrow the workl's best
rhll tobacco fully matured
by two years natural age-
ing the slow way but
the sure wav.
OU w ill never Inn! a better
pipe tobano than V
rhe above is a picture of Arthut Middletod member of the Metropolitan
Iraiii Opera company Nr York City who will appear 111 Oklahoma City at
the Auditorium Monday night under the kUSpiOCS of the Apollo club Mr
Middtvton's engagement here n ines between those at St. LoUti and Kansas
1 it) The vinxei Ims pnlj thin engagements on this tour. Mr afidatleton is a
purel) Vmerican product 11 .is born and educated in this county) The
ppolo club will share with ih- soii'us -oiger oo the program Monday nighti
each giving tout numbers The club will bi assisted by Mrs II A Gothoia) soprano
Did you eVer consider what a difference
there is in biscuits cake muffins etc.
made with Dr. Price's Cream Baking
Powder and those made with cheaper
baking powders containing alum or
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is
made with Cream of Tartar derived
from grapes a delicious healthful fruit
and that is why it produces wholesome
food superior in texture and keeping
Alum and phosphate are derived from
mineral acids and the only reason for
using such substitutes for Cream of
Tartar is because their cost is very
much less to the manufacturer.
Remember this when buying baking
powder and be guided by the label on
the can which gives the names of alP
STATE HOSPITAL CENSUS OF STATE
PLANS HELD UP IF DRAFT PASSES
istribution of Appropriation Governor to Direct Work
Is Under Discussion Conscription Prevails
Plans tot remodeling the Rmergencj H the selective draft bill passes eon
hospital should the cit) act on the Rrrv (rrnor Williams v.ill he the
proviso In the leglllttrte bill and turn k in thr tltr r him
'it over tp the state are temporarily .
knocked aslccst .man w ' "' ' taking a new census
110000 Appropriated 0 Oklahoma which will probabl) hi
The Sixth legislature made an an the first order issued by the war depart
1 propnatlon ol : i.t 1 tor the remodel- '
Ing "f Emergency which would he-
come the Oklahoma hospital pan of Communications prefaeed by tnet
the state university school ol medi- instructions not to make public the con
cln The money was t. come from tents reach the governor from the art!
the urs"lil publi building bonds I .
I he amount ol hoiul. un-olil Iroin 1 . '
lh ttlIHsl a.h.r ... . 10111 "T. "O'-y 11 Ml .r.
1 1548500 Appropriations from thi I
amount made bv the Sixth leKislatim
a that none of their number should
be punished by being drafted into the
I In the meantime interest has been
I i;in kenrd in the situation in Spain b)
1 statement of I'nme Minister Mar
; iins I'net" as.rrtinK that neutralits
1 was impossible wheie the honor or In
1 trrets 01 a COWItrj were at make
Germany's answer tO Spain's latest-note
is expected within a few das and may
' decide the question whether Rrrlm i
to inurlbei the last remaining great
neutral among her enemies The Span
ish note slated plainly. that H Germany
persisted in her political COUrse he
must not he surprised it pam aeted
t' dflend her national interests
TERMS OF PEACE
ft (inllnuril from I'M OlM.I
In a war like the present one could not
expei 1 an unbroken stream o volun
leers lieneral von Stein s repoit is
considered 10 have influenced the om
mittee in sending through rleld Mai
shal von Hindenburg Kieenngs and as.
urances of solid lUPPOrl 10 the armv
which the radical Socialist members 0t
the committee alone refused to sign.
Tlie committee reieited a radical SO"
cialist proposal to establish a commit"
tee ol parliamentary control t" luper-
ise the conduct of the war Purine
i'ie discussion Hcrtr Stueeklein a su-
Ciallll member complained that men
were sent to the front as a punishment
and that this method was used regular
Iv as a thre'a lie produced the text o
.1 itnpans order in tuhstantiation of
carious state instisutions i $849
Good Opportunities for
Home Buyers Now
There are numeroua splendid openings for t ho
purchase of imiMmK sites for reaidencea and a
number f rMdy-tomoveinto homea which nre
We Will Loan You the Money if You
Will Select a Good Proposition
our method "f eaaytb-payback loaning has os(i.
liahi d many hundreds nf people in homea of their
own We charge a fair rate of interest ami the
loan li payable n monthly installments like rent.
M"nev May Be Proral i
II w th hospital will fare d pendi
upon the mannet ol distributing the
appropriation Mate taditOt Howard
thinks ilir money will be prorated
Several other states confronted b tins
question have established the precedent
ol giving preference to appropriations
The hospital appropriation romes
fifth on the list I he attorne general
may he IsVcd to give an opinion on
Barley Hiead Baked.
Stt)( KHOI M lne lesult "f the
introduction ol the breadcard in Swed
en has been a return in some quarters
to the baking of barley bread Itread
from barle) flour which mas be told
without hreadcards is already being
served in several railwaj reatauranti
The govern 'i todaj mdirated that tl"
. ri -u s v oiil'l lie taken in wnirlwiiul
i time and that a large forre of men
'wrnid in neccssar) to us rapid com-
pletion I "What a tin chance this power ni
appointing sued force would tur si me
men who wanted to run lor office" tier
governor cryptiealli commented
ALL HEIGHTS AND
BEGIN NSW DRIVE
e.i Waaa rte ni
I'.iitish have wrested from their
M The Local Building & Loan Association "m BELL-ANS
1 1 1 North Robinson.
. a . sw- it Iff'ija
Walnut 469 Ahsnlutplv Komovossjj
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' 1 ;tion. OtiiMKickneol
j proves it 25c at all druggutit
- 'V VST
i i m. rm
I ' !7Wn NO MORI -aT
1 Save $10 QV2
12? W MAIN
Why squander an extra "Ton
-For $i"i v.hi i7t . In fth Ave.
Suit preciaaty tha lama quality
ynu hava purchaaad for $25 fisi-
whaft and fiih Avo. itylai arc
batter tha pattarni ahappiar
6th Avt Clothai urp so fine for
thr prica thni you nual saa tham
to appraelata ilwir lurpriaing
sth Are II U
1 1 N OuslitV
All the Hi-si
p h Colon
I hesp lulls crOWn the great plain nf
Douai and their unmolested retention
by lieneral llaig spells almost rertain
doom to the Wotarl hue the last pro
lectin! harrier before Douai and ( am
' I he French armies alonu the Aisne i
i front rfirl gains of ground in the '
Hortebise region where fierman pos
session o t raoiuie is being menared
rhe French position ner (erne. west
"f the airier plitrau also has been
improved rhe French likewise base1
1 advanced near Moronvillieri and ete 1
wriexavin thr t h.impai'ne .
Rrognsi la Mesopotamia
British lampnign in Met po
I tajnil Continues to stoirimarknl ptoi!
res (ieiiertl Maudn has followed the
I Turks nortkwerd from S.lmarj fr.mi
Mfbich they have retired seveial miles
and t: reports the Uritish in touch
I with then) along the foothills of the
' i auVe between the I ha la and the I inns
where thr are enircmning
In the lull ol the great bailie the
murmur nf the rising iiirrrnts of dn I
tontenl Which are sweeping through
t Europe i in he he ird more plainlv 1 he
noliitcal and the n mnmic erisii which
has been growing in ("irrman appar
ently has by no means been averted i
hy the hasty -measures of the govern-
I he maOajei items which elude the
ensnt throw some light on the situa !
' tlotl Not tnerrH arr the Berlin pi
irr showing inrreasing nervousness
o rt thr ihrtatencd gitieral strike OA
M.iv I but it appeals that lite recent
strike Itas not been drfmitelv satisfie I
not sanl' I
Ptinislyatent of Sttlkets.
' Hie seriousness of the at onoaaic sit
' nation in (iermatty is tmlieiird b
i hancelloi von Bethmann Hollwet who
b.as appealed to the various dermaii
governmenti to punish strikers with
the greatest nosihle severin Thit
falls on ihe hreli ol an annoum ement
from Berlin that large numbers "I men
I previously -exempt from mtltl tn rtv-
ne are to be sent In Ihe from Ihij
a iiii inurement has added sigmin anre
I from thr fad that (Mil 01 ti'e principal
I demands oi the Merlin strike leaders
Remarkable Garment Sales
Great Reductions for Saturday and Monday
ST TITS coats
k-J a A JL AtflMrancp
Handsomely plain tailored and elabor-
ately trimmed suitsin the very latest of
spring and summer styles consisting
of khaki kool silk fibre tussah silk ga-
bardine etc. Thest are in the most
favored spring and summer shades
and designs. Also many blue serges in
plain tailored effects are included.
SUITS n Choice $45.00
G1TITG Values l p
iJj i i k i
limited showing of handsome
late Spring models nude in silk and
wool rnaterlak In full three-quartet
Coats worth up to $45 HI for 813 00
i its worth up to $N75 for l.00
from II JO Up to 17 50 wr are
showing a splendid assortment of
laffela Petticoats made in Ihe
most select styles and in all dr
sired i ofOTS "1'rired Reasonably "
Beiotifal Linen Dresses
MaO Voiles are arriving daily
tailored styles in linens and daint
1 1 v trimmed Voiles p ihe various
new ronr and white moderately
prn ni from tin no
SUITS Choice $24.75
SUITS rail for $12.50
The Press Sale previously silver
I lead is still m nrogrr.s and assort
oirttis ate prailltalK iinhioken pro
M'ling exiellent selertion st the fol-
lowing prnes ill of the nesir mste
rials are tsnnrerned -priees rsnte
from SI 73 up to 11173 for dresses
tegulaiK priced from $1175 up to
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Stafford, R. E. Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, April 27, 1917, newspaper, April 27, 1917; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc170320/m1/2/: accessed December 5, 2023), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.