Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 233, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 27, 1917 Page: 4 of 14
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OKLAHOMA CITY TIME?. TTTntgpAY DECElfPW ft. 1917.
CAN 8E REDUCED
KAISER IS TERRIBLE TURK FOR DAY ONLY
Traffic Association Officii
Sees Profit in U. S. Control.
Fliniinatinn of circuitous haul and
other ItjgerfhMMl serwic vull probabl)
be one of the first tfltCtl 'i Okla-
homa of tlirn Hurt ol PrMldcnl Wiltx n
yesterday in ttkinf ovei thr railroads
of the nation in the opinion ol M
Martlic. serrrUrv -managei ol the ov
lahnnia Traffli association
Under Ihr new plan olKa it is
worked I'M. he thinks in territory in
which trak or service an duplicated
the government railroad control or
Kanialioti will pool the duplii at( or-
ganiiatmns in auch a mannei at to
operate them with the minimum tquip
nirnt ami maximum efficient
A typical instance of circuitoui roul
iii(( wa pointed tit bj an Oklahoma
( ity shipper this morning Freight
01 initiating for rxamide at Avard in
YVtodi county and lulled to Oklahoma
I ity on the RrilCO WOlltd follow the
Frisco all tin way i" ik dastination
instead of he. nk; routed uii the ihort
est and moll convenient route i be
earned by the Frill i it would he lenl
front Avard in the extrrnii northwest'
ern part ol thr state to Culta in the
east lentral From time it would be
sent t. Sipulpa and thence t' Okie
h"ma City Thii distance roughly is
afi'tnt 265 mile
The Mine frtiht might be routed it
van shown undei the new plan to Enid
on tlie I-risen and Ihrnic to Oklahoma
City on the nockjliland distanci i f
ought) 140 milfi
GIVES THEM JAIL
More Than 300 Germans Are
Held by Military Police
LONDON Dec 27 More than KM
meitihers of thr German niioot 1 1 v m ial
ist nartv wrre arrested on Christmas
eve by the German military authorities
aicordniK to a Zurich dispatch given
out tndav hy the wireless press
Following the arrest of minority so-
cialists at Cologne and Karlsruhe re
cently the German military authorities
nude a large number of arrests mi
Christina eve in Munich Frankfort
Lktpsic Magdeburg Dusieldorf Darm-
stadt .Viiiemluiif. Dortmund I lisel
IsUnnheinf Miyvnee Coburg Duiiburg
and dot ha.
"More than 300 minority socialist!
anil loeal leaders in t'ie tOWM men-
tioned were arrested '
The German minority socialist! com
prise a strong fiction in the part)
which refusrd to follow the lead of
I'hilipp Schaidamann and others in tin ii
irtua!l uncjtnliiftd support of the
government. Thnr leaders in tlx-
reichstag such as lltio llaase. hat
lung hern persistent critics ol the got
ernment denouncing the program of mi
restricted submarine warlaie. vario'J!
phases of (ermany' diplomatic pi li
and the Continuation of the war for tin
nenali-tir aims Recent advices through
Waihington have indicated a pi i
nounced growth m the popular support
of the minority socialists throughout
Germany the membership ol this wing
of thr part) bring represented a i
pending tremendouslyfal the i ..;
the majority m iali t branch
Let thr Christmas spirit
Warm una foi awhile.
Var s (jimi clouds hang lira.
Ami the burdens pile.
Still a smile at Christina'
And a greeting a.
Will restore the courage
That we need today
Let the ( hrlitmai ipiril
Hole us. as of old.
Let u brave the futun
As our soldiers hold.
As a stronger people
We slull iace tin fia .
Fnr the joy and laughter
01 this Christmas Ia
Katset Wilhelm (ii Grists Sultan of Turkey (a)
I ho kaiiet failed la"ihpu off" the photographers mi hi recenl diplomatii visit to Turkey and Ins censori failed
0 preven the photograph! from coming through lo tin co ititrj I hi accompanying Photo isjmiaue It shows the
iSC to him is
on the I nrks
i . i. . .ii i
Kaiser ncimcicn wini ins am inc suiiau
Envei Ha-ha Turkish minister oi war.
saw the fall ol Jerusalem.
1 he slni k Ii lam i the t Im d figure .md behind the sultan and c
IW viail "I tin kaiser to lurkc) was just before the Hritisb drivi
Training Stations loo t
' til to Receive Thei
the strength of the armed forces of
the United States has hern on n asi d
b) twent) two this number having en
listed pi the grm) and navy recruiting
i ma In t Iktahomi during the tw utj
four hour pound rinliiig at noon today
I hr navy obtaini d nine ol the twi itt)
two recruits and the arm) thirteen.
I he navy recruits wrrr returned to the! I
home towns mi furloughs while the
arm) recruits were assigned to quarters
fere pending accomodation at thr train
ing camp at Fort l ogaft I ulo I In
official information at the arm) recruit-
ing Station here todf) was that an
epidemic of measles at Fori Lagan is
responsible for the orderi not to ihip
additional recruits there and not the
fact that there are such i large num-
ber of men there now. that ethers i an
m i he ri comodateif
The names of the leeruits tbrir home
towns and the branch ol tin service
m which they enlisted follow
N 'Y W . i McPharson ii u Rail.
S""; (! " Johnaton inn t.y h. O '
BrlllhaiT W it Hughes il a ii
.Un i Hti ihoma Pltv Lao Dowera
i nld int Bete Pogan M iti i
aiimt Nalhtn i ixvla Iphur
prlngai John r Drlmi h Mwiio.ii..
rinuiJe A Elllaon Hrnryeltn; ('ir..
naiMUMiT null n(re: I -
art Test nu. T..-s is: l-'t.oii . Roherti
I JoMph tTullls m v. w v.. ik citv'
J1 " n Teague Oklahoma Cltj
llow !i Mil hi It li....... . ....
rownwnd Aria; Otney K linki'i
Hull." iii.il i h v II- i i Krt
How Business Wnmen Should Handle
A writer tayi in the fanuary meri
i an Magaiini In an article dealing w ith
the buiinesi women
"If he invitee you to luncheon do
not snub the pi 01 man and tell him in
i haughty voii e thai m nevet mis
business with pleasure oi something
equally bromidic Smile at him not
coquettiihly but frankl) and humanlt .
and tell him oii never eat luncheon It
he is more than usually thick-headed
and follows tip the luncheon invitation
with an invitation to dinner and the
theater smile Some none; smile grate
fully and appreciating! and regretful-
ly and tell him Mill have .- ! L it.t.
home and spend all yout spare tune1
with her and when he thinks it ovet :
the nevt day he Will know what you
meant and a it ii lha ni .f.. k.
will he glad thai you did nut amp!
it he compliment! your clothes he
frankly plean d .md i. n him thai von
like that sun. also li he commenti
QH oiir irett olor replj tn-t
frankl) as though von were another
man thai so much outdoor worg is a
splendid thing for the health Humoi
Kaisei Cumnienrfs Nurse at Mosque of Saint Sophie.
'I ln picture one "i the lv of the kaiser to riaih this country tnrnllv
fhowi the leader cqflimcnding i.ennan nurse for her work at the Mosque of
51 v ie in nnstaillinnhle lie '!ilril ihr mnutna rui In r am r. . T.
him but atter every departure from
the aisles oi business lead him gently
hut firmly back to hi- pew and hold
him there "
A Nainiai Inference
"I had a few words with my oldest
bos . ( iiod tUthei day" admitted
Mr Gap Johnson of Kumpus Kidge
Ark. "Ilr's 21 now and he lowed tint
he ort to he free to iwap off one ol (hi
mules foi a second hand Ford car and
go vampiring up and down the hue li
the earth. I tried to show him thai he
hadn't any sense hut
" flich whi ped ' interrupted the
neighborto whom the incident was bi
Seventeen nations woh an aggregate
population ol I .IN millions are n w
arrayed In war against Germany and
her three allies with a population ol
TW &eTOW AIHO A.s.uopvy;
TMPJR oV-T ir ASY f At L
Children Cry for Fletcher's
The Kind Yon ntlTej AJwayg Botlffhl hna liorn this Mi-.
tun of OIiiin. ii. Fiatchcr slid Iuin been made ander iiia
nnraonal gupervlnlon lr over .i m-wt. Allow no min
to deceive In Oil" t'ounterfclta imitatioiiM nnd
"JuitM-trontr' nro imt oi rimotiiM atui endiinfter (lie)
in'uitii of i'hiitircn ivK ri' nee ngnhiMt ISiperiment.
What is CASTOR I A
aatoria la n nnnnleag auoatltute for Caator oil rnre-
trorldi Uropa itml Boothlnu H rupa li tHtntalna neither
Oplunti m iinii. nor other nnmotle atibatatnee Por
more thnn ihirt) feara if haa heeo ! conatnnl uae for the
relief of L'onatliaUoitj Klatnlenrjfi w imi Oelle and
Diarrhoea allitylnii Peverlalineaa urisimr therefromt
and lis regulating lite Htomaoh iiimI Bowelai nlil. the aa
01111 .ii oi pood i tiiviiiK health) mid nuttirul ueepa
i hr ( iiiidroii'M Panaeoh The nother'a Frlendi
Tlid Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the Signature of
In Use For Over 30 Years
T'ie cswsrauaroM' niVTca cm
lie kaiser appeals greatly aged since the
krv to hearten the barbarous all)
beginning ! the wai
Mr is wearing the uniform of a Turkish field marshal I he photo is re-
'ni'klllr even i a picture ol Wilhelm in that it shows his crippled left arm
which he usual!) mom cs to lode from camera men He is verv sensitive about
tins deformity bul hii cane can be seen over the snort arm In the photo The
notorious von Rermtorff former German ambassador to the United States is
shown in the right ol the picture Uernitorfl was given the post of ambassador
to linko j. a promotion tor his iciniirkahle woik in the United States
Wife Deserted Him
Hour After Wedding
Is Plea of Husband
Glen Smith obtained a divorce tn-
day from t.rnce Smith nee Mottle.
when he proved that In- wife had never
lived o Ith In msince the bout of their
marriage? Smith testified that he and
Mottle had decided l Krt mar-
ried after giving a party one light
but that immediately after the cere-
moti) In. wifj had gone to hei people
at d thai sin. e thai time he had never
h .'i able t.. prevail upon her to r eltir-i
to him The marriage occurred July
!J snd Bivorri papers were filed Oc-
ict III District Judge E D OldflelJ
VI nitel the divorre todas
No Matter What You Wish Order It by Mail
v. corps of specially trained shoppers will promptly and carefully fill your orders and should we happen not
to have the particular article that you wish in stork we will shop the citv for it for you and prepay the shipping
rharnes This service places you OH same eronomi. al hasis as though you 'hopped in pernio Keuiemhcr to
address all orders to Korahaugh drown s Mail Order Dept
OKLAIiOau U l 0sUL
Don't wait till the particular item ynn nerd ii
ailvortined because nt thin geuon hundreds of neceg
sitics are on aale ut genemua reductions every day
that do not find their way into print iind the present
nccaaion verifies that fact in the re-ad justing of
Htockd numerouft small assortment come to light and
the price-maker places them at figures that move them
rapidly. Every department you will find is xenerotisly
supplied with such items which in every sense of the word ia a bargain; so kindly boar
in mind the above facts and when an article is needed shop for it promptly for nine times
out of ten you will find it at handsome Mvingfl and yet not advertised at all.
To Our Credit
All charge purchases made ftom
now on will be entered on Jan-
uary account and rrndared with
atattment February 1 191 R.
ECONOMY BASKMKNT CLEARANCE OF
Cotton and Wool Batts
fn many instances are marked to clear at prices much lets than
market price ol taw material.
-Venus. 7 . miih' batt good foi
the nione) Hi for 1.00.
r a b
batt; soft clean cotton; a g.d
value for gt.oo.
R. A n No 15 an
halt Doodi soft i otton
Splendid value 6 for l 00.
U 8c it No M 9-ounce ban.
white cotton All of these are
soft and fluffy and suitable for
filling pincushions sofa pillows
quilts and comforts splendid val-
ues. 4 for $1 00.
-K & IV No 25
Wire soft cotton SnOWV
good value for 30c each
K D. No. 35 I J ouneei of
pure fluffy cotton. excellent
quality and value for 40c each
- l & li Ked Star 16-ounce
hntt of purr white cotton soft
and down) full pound anil full
yuill sire; an extra good quality
and value tor 65c earh
k iv II No 10 2 HI ll-s. full
comfort sie hatt snwy white
100 percenl pure fluffy cotton
An A 1 value for 91.23.
- K Si I! No 140. .1 pounds full
comfort sie (7Jx'tl inches).
shown white and 100 percent
soft fluffy cotton one of beauty
and quality for 11.50 each.
- Out Famoui Ii a 2-pound hatt.
72x90 full comfort size good loft
cotton and a 100 percent value
for 95c each.
Western Star is a full 1 -pound
batt inowy white 'a beautiful
Quality and extra value for 40c
"Silver Pleece" is a beauty
72x90 full comfort sie packed
ill carton; extra good quality and
lue fot $1 98 em h
- No 500 comforter bat) is made
of belt quality wind and cotton
72x90 full comfort sie. packed
in carton A-l quality and value
for l 95 each.
A select wool processed batt
criscross corded 72x90 full com
fort size and weigh! 3 pounds
packed in carton Special value
-Spe' ial fine Australian lauihs'
wool halt full comfort size. 2
pounds Weight and an extra fine
(jtade of pure 100 pen ent wool;
packed in carton This is an es-
pecially fine hatt; regular $4 25;
Reduced One -Fourth
Concerned is a large di-
versity of beautiful "Christ-
mas" Novelties in high-jfrade
China and in beautifully
hand-painted designs -
Jara Berry Seta Bread and
Butter Plates Chocolate Seta
Cake Platea Fruit Diahfa
choice of various rihaneN
sizes and designs marked
regularly al from 25c up to
$5.00 'n sale at juet one-
Third Floor Eaat Room
Mixed Christmas (undies
in one it' boxes pound 20c
Grimea Golden Applea
dozen 15c two dozen 25c.
At Roiabaugh Brown's Third
Floot East Room.
After-Christmas Toy Clearances
I hone of all gamesHalf price.
Erecton Erector parts and meccano! reduced w't .
Rocking horses and shoo fKs Half price.
-Plre engines and trucks One-fourth off.
-Dolls Choice of a large table consisting of djagS t
all sues and lords Reduced from one third to one-
half. -Toy Table I onsisting oi toyi of all descriptions at
hoi e Half piice.
At Rotabaugh Biown's Toylsnd Economy
In the Garment Section
Magnetic Clearance Sales Prevail
Handsome Coats fOQ 7t $25 and $29.50 QIC Tfl
$29.50 and $35 Values LO.ID Tailored Suits for H 1 D.JI
- Many of the coats
in this clearance
grouping- are of the
most lecent arrival
which assures you Of
the latest and most
popular styles colors
and materials an
important feature and
an appealing one to
those who have wait-
ed until thr clearance
ptl iods I" huy tin ir
winter i oat
-Choice a f lotds
baa u 1 1 ful ipialitv
b t o adelolhs velours
and bursllas. in hand-
some f a r-t r I m m ed
models in belted and
lo.fse styles All col-
ors. In sires from It.s
to 44s While they
last at choice $JS 75.
Flooi West Boom.
You aro not confined
to just a tew tailored
suits that you would
place in the mediocre
class when considering
them from the view-
point of style- -but real
nappj garments made
from handsome gradei
of Gaberdines Serges
and Poplins in a wide
diversity; novelty trim-
med effects ; some plain
tailored and others in
the very latest felted
ttylen- and most all col-
ors are provided. In
garments that formerly
sold for .$25 and $29.60
at choice $18.50.
At Rorabaugh-Brown s
Weat Room 2nd Floor
n At One-Third and One-Half Off JJ 1 I
tUYS Regular Price Are Indubitably tllg V CLlVKtS
Every scarf muff set and coat is now available at magnetic savings - Coats of
real Hudson Seal Sets ami separate pieces of Mink Fox Lynx Red Fox Kolinsky
Mouflin and Russian Mink are noW marked at One- Third nnd One-Half Off
Mens 50c Ties 39c
(juiie i .ii r k ' Collection It pre
virteii nt itie iinnve r ! and they
nre In axcelleaj colon. iteniK."
and materials m-..i- aatra longi
nii wide ends On aale whii
the) Ih hi at Choice 39c aach
- l Iti.. ahnuuli Sriwn'i
Main rinor cast Room
Lace Centers and Lunch
Cloths to Clear at ft Off
This Incrdnaa our entire line af
handsonie laoa esnternlaoes and lunch
Clot ha anme v. III. diet lar.i llUMrtS
others In atiraiiiv eonvmtlanal de
is inch slsea fot marl)
i . on ii etsen. (ormarl:
M lnc'i ulr.eii. (mni'il
II inch iis.' rormcrly
II in. I KiFen. foi met i
... Ineh ile (ormi.rlr II SS no.
Al Rorahaugli Brown
Main rioer Wast Room. WtSI Alslr
r i IJ II
riy il rn
rij li 10
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i is it in
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At Korabaugh-Brnwns Second Floor Weat Room
Clean-Up Sale Hegla Embroidered Pillow
Cases and Bed Spreads
Embroidered Pillow Casel icalloped or hernititched with em-
broidered deiigni In pink blue or white- $1.49 $1 75 and $. 0(1 v.ifuts.
I Ie lice the .air $1.19.
and $2.50 Hegla Embroidered Pillow ( net paii in box
II $1 8
$3.00 Hegla Embroidered Pillow Caies In plain and rnveloM
stvles. the pail :.))
$225 Knvclwj.e Pillow Caiel in blue roil md white; the oair
7.9S Embroidered Redspreadi with boliiei to match These have
vet) (me iesinsnd ne scalloped col corners; colon are i k yel-
low and blue sir. 90 I1"1 I hi let SB 75.
$5.75 Bed Sell special $?!-1 oniiil ol a handiomel) i Hoped
ind enihroidrird sheet and a paii of pillow caiei loinat'h. rmbroid
ere I on peouot quality sheeting i neatly bosid; $5 75 iin. ii.r r
ai Rorabaugb Browa'i Msm Floor Went Room wii AMe
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