Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 170, Ed. 1 Friday, October 18, 1918 Page: 4 of 16
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OKLAHOMA CITY TIMES FRIDAY OCTOBER 18 1918.
SUB RECORD OF
Sinkings Fewer and Moie Dc
cJrmiiuc lnnrL'oH Out I
O U vjl V I o I 1 1 vvissjsj uuu
AM l.RK AN' NAVAI. tt ASK IN
IKAN'lh IM. IK-Thr record 01 miI-
marine activity for the summer months.
June July and Aiijjiut tlie prrio;i most
lavorable to uhmariiie is now prac-
licallv made and hms two li'Rlily
.satisfartnrv results: a teady tall in
the allied sliippniK sunk and 'tcidy
rise in ilie submarines drstrow.l.
I his summer period which also lias
revered the tremendous arrivals is
equally satisfactory not nne of the in-
roiniiiR troop ships beiriK lost and v
ny soldier beint landed. Such losses
as have ocrurted have heen on outK""K
viiju. mainly Ireitflitcrs Rolim hack
v.tth little or no cargo.
Tribute to Fleet.
As ilie American naval conv.v iia
l.'irne the brunt o( this p'otection. me
results achieved for the fiol summer
me a notable tribute to the Arvtnci'i
'lhe record of tonnane U)vs for the
.miner will he close to IV.m ton. ..r
liivli funs less than the month! v h l
; !r ..prniiiK of the ;ear and WO.''
i. .111 less than the I .ssc in Mardr In
lamiarv the losses stood at about .".'V-
imO tens Ihev mounted steadily
through I rliruary and March ntiti' the
March total was around .100011. I hen
a Midden drop hepm and 'P April the
1sses were down to 2fflW0. ARam they
tfd sliBhilv in Mav to 21.
'en there was another fall to
lv thev smnd at VAtrO; and this
was the level to the cWe oi the sum-
Enemy Conceals Losses.
V to thehss of submarines the one
t known definitely is tint they a.e
l.nns de-troved fxster than the- are
I. n hi.;h. Hut the.e i- .vt the same
ea. t data a t . the (hrt'Ul'ons .
1v.es as these .vr rarrfu'Iv envoi d
.-. t'e mr-m and the lots rf I under-
.. . r. f: i much le IPI'V en' than
l' e -i" i.d r
fllli SJiir l(Ml
WON'T ESCAPE DOOM
1 in I
n.l (no iklhnm
' ONIlON. n t
i ii.iii i t t - i 1 he
and t "i i . 1 1 w ! l
1 'VI ii
eradicated in .( nm-
.milts re rived fnmi
i i m: r. il t irrman acre'.. -:
i! r .t c nt's terms l.einu
llh t.iMt.iinniiiit t" the unc.ndi-
sr.t render which lie demand-
l'mlnni- pr.'lessinn w 11 require
1 (rd iv t (.ireful srrutinv
V i .. nied in the Dutth
i-. s.i fai a- ai.f aran rs u not
twt w.mM nalidate ' erman
s r(li . r i. -ded its semimeiK -s "t
oilier respects (an he established. It
i. i.en.iMr thjt some indu ation rd the
.."tildo "f the I'.nii-li Kovrinnirnt i-i
(K.ird I.. (Ins latest development mav
.ie issued later hut meanwliile it ran
le -aid that while evrrv avenue to t
s.il'e peace uill he Irtt open the utmost
.(iitiin ill he h..n In closing ever
li.iir through villi. Ii Ccrman tnilitaris. -i
"'xbt lioie to escape the doom to
. on Ii it 's destined
Ilnr Sinee Bonds
Owen Cancels Slate Campaign.
u-.iii's to ill health Senator Kobe-t
I linen Ims i ancclled all speakinp
'i'.'- " l'e state anai'Krd fiy th
...i i' speaker's hurean to aid i'i
' ' n:. the democratic majority on
'. ri t.kct So far as ( Iwen's own
. ;!! . . mm rriTr there is no nee I
i i ' ( u irl.o etl'i! t 1 iforts ar .
! waid se. uting amthe.
nil tl.e .'.ales
. Ilii. M..rr Hnn.ls
n. t how ImiR yon live bu:
How the Trap Wan Sprung What
Happened to Mm. Allli and
A UK I-A I III.I-'.SS second's darkness
and silenir followed the Teutnim
Nader's wolds. He had shut oil
Ins rlectnc tla.h lijlit as he spoke
and the instant's inaction that followed
seemed like a century to me huddled
hrlmid the curtains.
'llien through the dreadtiil darkness
there i. one to my cars the Sound of
(uerlurtred chairs of heaving bodies of
slipping leet ol linking steel. A single
bullet -whizcd through the heavy cur-
tains at mv side. 'I heir was a sudden
flood of light m the room and Allen
I)rake Ins hand up' n the electric wall
switch stood dehoiiairlv smiling as ii
he had j us t iisen to make an after-dinner
speech. His hai: was tmrufllrd
Ms ilotlimg shovrrd no sign ol 1 1 i r -t
"I or once in vmn life rru- f: ictid y n
linve spoken the t'uth" he drawled
hurting to the owner of the 'leitlon.i
voice who HmdiI handcuffed in the
jra'ip of nne of the burly guards Lil-
lian had iliosen from the ours outside
"This was a tiap a l.nily iffntive(
one we flatter ourselves. And as for
the precious formula 1 sef ymi still
tendrily hold in votn hand let rue as I
sure von it is a mo-t valuable rei ipr
whiih I iriH'uieil from a nest excellent
t hinrse cook "
"llah '" fail lv p.it 'lie other in r ;
opening his clem lied imceis and let-;
ling tall the pie e of nre paper with
the recipe for chop suey Allen l lrake
had snhstitu'ed for the real thing He
twisted aiound and looked a; (.la.-!
Itraper with a ven .m that mide me
"And as for ou. von
lie started to hurl a string of epi-
thets at her hut he never finished the
sentence. Allen Drake fairly hounded
acioss the nx in toward bun. I saw the
man cringe as if he expected a hi. w
"We don't strike hound men here in
America " llrake said i onlrmptiiou-!'.
"hut we do muzzle their foul mouths"
He ilrltiv IvViMed open the other's
rnoiitli and inserted an improvised gig
W hen he had fastened it he retime I t
his first position
"Wis. Miss Prap'r." he h wed to J r
in a most coiirtlv manner " f yoti vvi-h
to teplv In (lie gentleman who has iist
spoken vou hair the upp rtiiuitv ."
he votn hsafc? him ro answe- 'she
didn't even turn her eves toward Inm
I'rom the moment the light had been
swili lied on mv fascinate.) eves had
watched her from behind t-e Iwavv
curtains s leenirg the alcove S'le w.v
marvel. nislv beautiful a slie st.-o.l. al-
so handcim'ed. between ! illian and !'
1'etlit. I guessed that those two k'cnv
nig her (aptnre was most nriessa'v t'1
mv safety had taken this dutv upon
ller evF- had swept t ie room se.vih-
ingK. wati i'lullv. vsiien Mlrn D'Sk'
had switched on the light then had
te-led puzzled upon the equally sv.it. h-
lul lul mote rage c.i. toiled face-.f the
man with the scarred hand the third
lin...ler of the group li-he.ed In
by Ktoto. The Asiatic also hajidcufled
in order to InU the sisncioiu of the
olhrri was guarded hv in v father.
"No Y' Don't-"
I had the sudden conviction that both
(.race Draper and the man at whom
she was Razing were waiting watching
littetiiriH for something outside the
room tliat tlieir own pliglil clcspcrat
toeie came the
'. on iled. cat li
as il was. was it .. a r 1 1 ' in their minds
by the anticipation i l something vet
I p'tn d ' n the hall
sound i t a man's on
"No ' don't git past me jott wild-
Then a snail almost like that of an
animal's and then n sound that made
my flesh creep the agonicd shtiek of
something d ue to death while living
light steps . ame through the hall and
Mito the lo.di'e l room.
"Then Ifa All Ri(tht"
Willi a 1'irill ot leat 1 lecgnied
Mts. Mhs ihiout'h 'he .lever disiiuise
she had adopted With unearmv pres-
i iem e she wasted no tone in looking
around the room hut da.hed straight
I! the iiiitains hehmd vshi h 1 was
hidden some'lii'i'' flashing in her hand
vvhi.h was alre.idv wet vvrli dieadfu!
red lit"; s
put l'. :i Drake's sinew v liands
caught hers even as she thrust aside
the curtains and twisted the curioimly
shaped dagger away frotn her. But
before he could pinion both her arms
she had cast one wild glauct around
her leeing the futility of ever escaping
again from the penalty of her crime
and with a swift furtive move merit he
snatched louiething from her dress and
crushed it in her mouth swaving limp
contorted lifeless in Allen Drake's
grasp a minute later.
I swept aside the curtains disrgird-
ing the express command 1 llhan had
given me. and started towaid the open
door leading into the corridor. The
horror of the drug-crazed woman'
self -destruction was dwarfed in mv
hiain and heart by the agonized crv I
had heard. I feaicd thai somewhere
h(;vorrd those doors a Mill mut be
! "Madge come hack I heard I illian
I command then "Doitor stop her! She
; mustn't go '"
She added sottiething in a rapid tin -!
dertone and I heard Dr Prttit give a
1 low exclamation knew he was coming
J townrd me Hut there was no need for
' me to go. That which I dreaded was
; coming towaid me in the tortured
i form of poor William crawling pain
fnllv slowlv across the threshold.gie.it
i drop of perspiration standing upon In-
I forehead -other drops of a more dread-
fill line markimr his progress.
I dropped to my kneel beside him
for I saw that his strength was ex-
hausted. He put out this hand and
clutched nry arm.
"Air ve--sure- ye'iT all right Mis'
Gramie?" he asked anxiously every
word accompanied by a queer whistling
sort of breath and a contortion of his
lace ev idem ing agony.
"Very ire. William" I said speak-
ing loudly that his ears never acute
Who Said Clothing Prices
We rail your attention to the
good suits and overcoats we nre
fonturinR thin week at
$20 to $25
Models for nirn nnd young:
niptt in a Kood ranK'11 of pattorns
from (ho piakors of the famou.
STYLEPLUS Clothn and other
See the entire vrindow display of
these good clothM and judite for
vottiseli as to the values t are of-
te r in
I'.uy those suits
and (ivoieoats at
to !?2r nou !
At'tor they arc onc
tlit'io will It- no
H. B. Schofield Co.'s
( lasssvn at 24th
lludrntn at 8th
ItioHduay at 10th
Kobinnon at 1000 South
Firnt St. 221 Went
Second St.. 51 9 West
fi(H) West Main
701 North Ilroadway
V. V.fzvi Main
Kuhange Ave. PackinK-
toitp. 412 North liroadway
4M North llrondwav
th Sterling Gtofir4
VI t the Siyn of the
II B. SctifitU Co.
GHOSEaN by discriminating women everywhere who know that the
first important dress requiiite is an undergarmrnt of perfect fit and
genuine comfort. . rover it is made of the finest yams which
give everlasting service. Never loses its shape nor its delicate softness
FOREST MILLS varies from lightest weight cotton to heavy wool
and in models designed for evening as well as for general wear. Suit-
able for every season and occasion.
Model 330- WOMEN'S UNION SUIT in Mnjfl J.J0 ? - WOMEN'S UNION SUIT
liglit weight t 'leached cotton.
ModfUlSO-WOMEN'S UNION SUIT
medium weight whit cotton. Hat Kama through-
cut nJ nnrlf woven. All aim.
light weight merino. Hat aeami and finely
Modd 3?St WOMEN'S UNION SUIT
medium weight ilkafen tnj merino. Flat team
am finely woven. All aim.
Modtl 910 WOMEN'S UNION SUIT.
heavy weight whit cotton. FWt lined finely Model ? -WOMEN'S UNION SUIT
woven and flat aeama. All aires.
winter weight ailkateen and marina.
AH deiiraUe ihape imay be hid in the above number in Union Suiti VeiU and Tighta.
Fiik! tha torei wber FOREST MILLS UNDERWEAR ii sold and youU U
tnrckande of cbaiacter and uliafactory aervice.
Af V -J. I i v
uiiulit lieiir me and wiping hi lore-
bead with my kerchief. "Yon saved me
my poor friend bvH I am so "
'Tlien-it's-all-riKlit' William said
faintly and the next minute liis hand
let! limply from my artm and I saw that
it wit indeed etertnlly "ll ri'lit" with
the KalUnt si. ill that had heen impris-
oned in poor old William's twisted
If Yon Know What Hi Maant.
l he ereint h VmK a few ra
recruila ueneral kiKiwIedge questions.
"Private i'itjiails wliat ia a hill?" tit
"(Hi er " stammered Plalails.
"Conn on ui( k !" raided out tti
"Oh" said I'mt.iils "I should say is
was a field with it hatk up." I'ltti-
1 T NLESS you i'ito
I pf attention and
gtaaaea are needed ner
vouaneaa headachca and
a run-down condition will
the rye a ia a aerioua mta-
take and can only be rem-
edied by correct glaaaei.
An examination will
ahow the glaaaea you need
to reatore normal viaion
aa well aa to protect your
eyea from future troublea.
139 Main St.
Old Date Canceled
Htr th Ort Concert by
Celebratad Irish Tenor Aiilitti by
WINSTON WILKINSON Vlollniat
EDWIN SCHNEIDER Pianist.
Prices: li.uo 1 1 JO I J. 00 j.50 Box D.UO. War Tax 10 TeKtat
Sevtial Good Stata at Ont Dollar Each.
Addreita Mall Orders to Hathaway Harper Jan k I ni Mualc Start.
. . r. .
Diesnmaklnjj Department Third Floor East Room
aa-aaa avrMMfal' '
Infanta' Wool BooteesIA svhiie
white and line nd pink and vsh'te
tlir desired weiithls; pined 31r
50e 75s 18r and 9 1 .50 the p.m
Wool Millrns V.iri..iis sizes i
l.aby in.ide of red and while ..ft
"Scrati hless" Varus; the pair. J5c
)e and SOc.
Kimonos Of excellent qualitv j
quilled silks ; solid ruliir pink and
Mne; also emhroidered rflr.ts; nil
siet for infants ; prued frnin $1 95
10 4 OS.
Red Star Diapii(lne dnzen in !
I'a. kaRf J".inrh size-the do z i.5".
At lorabauih-Brostn's Infant'a
Dfrartmnt Second Floor.
Cold Weather Underwear
The Kind You'll Want to Wear
For Knit Under-
parnicntsS the buy-
ers of Rorabaugh-
Brown's went to
the leading manu-
facturers for their
Fall and Winter
stocks; and to he
doubly sure that
they secured the
best we have care-
fully inspected the
quality of every
garment before it
was placed on sale.
There' nothing poorer tjian poor undergarments.
Don't take any crmnces. From any of the following itema
you will e SURE of jrottinjr the bent qualities that tha
market affords and you w ill also find them f ery attractively
Sturdy stylish nuts in rul-
ers of tan. btmvn Iditr; belted
routs knu kerh.v If r trmisers;
lizes from 4 to 14 years; regu
lar $H VIto FljH vl
uei. Saturday choi.
$3.(M) Petticoat at $1.9:
(letniine Ileitlif rsilk I'ctt irnals
with i!tp 1lfct4 Silk llonnies.
Silendi'l atnients m lirown Rieen.
jild the n.iilniK mt shades;
vilnrs l..i $195.
At Rorabaugh Brown's Serond
Floor East toom.
' Women's Union Suits
: $1.00 and $15
I Full Mearhed elastic rihhed ent.
ton deiiraldr winter- eiutit low
neck no ileeve. liutth neck elhow
sleeve styles all ankle length Regu-
lar aires 11.00; 1 Of
estra sires lCtd
Hoys' Taped Suita
Most ill sirei : a full hirarhed
tarnretit with taped waist and svasli-
ahle hone htrttons; a limited QTr
quality to sell; any sire . . OJC
Womcn'H Union Suit
.t)W nerk slefvelesa t)kf ankle
lernth fine tnercerired lisle linlslr
pure white; regular and tf Cfi
extra tires; a attit $L0t
Children's Union Suits
$1.00 and $1.2r
Ulriihed cottnn yarn elastic knit;
will hold their shape; .r hovs and
Kirls. sizes 2 to II) years; OT
11.(10; 12 to Id years ... 31s)
Women's Vests and Pants
Is" rgiil.ir and estra sies; l.leached
rotton yarn high ne. k I'.ng hleeve
vests; ankle lett(tli jianti; svintr
wemht choice a 70
Rjrnient I vC
Wool Pants and Vests
$1.7') and R00
I nr vsonien; Medium Merino hi(h
netk. I vc sleeve vests; ankla
letiRth cants with rn side seirni;
splendid winter weight. KeguUr
The Question of Dressing the Children
Is An Importiint Troblem in Kvery Family Where There Are
To help solve that problem Rorabaugh-
Hrown's have gathered an unusually large
diversity of Children's Winter Apparel
from which mothers will have no difficulty
Special emphasis is laid upon the high
quality of every garment. All are made
with the care that the most conscientious
dressmaker bestows on her creations
they lit nicely are attractive in appearance
wonderfully serviceable and wholly satis-
factory. Tomorrow these following' merit
an early viewing.
Special IliKhQuality $3.00
Gingham Dresses for $1.95
Pewilchinolv styled Presses for dirla from 6 to 14
yean cf aife; Innh waist belted effe.ti; annie self-
trimmed; others nc(tie trimmed: splendid $JX value
Chlldren'a C inn ham Rresset In solid colon ptaiili
chrrka and itrives; a variety of splendirl stylei (ot
girl from 2 td 7 yean ol age; priced at I.J0 ll.M
li.0) tip to KI.7S the garment.
Olrla' Dreaart Sllka. velvet serges an1 challla;
also serge ind iilk comhinatiotta ; a hroad diversify ef
itylei and culm suitihle for girls frmn n to 19 (?ari
ol age; price from Ill.SO up to IJ7.J0 thf amwit.
At Rorabaurh.Bron'i Children' Department Serond Moor (ast Room.
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