Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 80, Ed. 1 Friday, July 11, 1919 Page: 3 of 22
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OKLAHOMA CITY TIMES FRIDAY JULY 11 my
MAY NOT FIGURE
IN MURDER CASE
Mrs Burger Visits Son in His
Prison Cell at Los Angeles.
LOS ANGF.LKS. July 11 -Harry
S. New jr. who daunt to tr the ion
of United Siatrs Senator Harry S.
New of Indiana will he represented
by noted criminal alirnistt and will
have fund to use unstintedly in 'tit
defense when he ii tirotiK'U to trial
for ilayinu Kreda Lesser the girl he
lays he killed limine he refuted to
tnarry him. Funds (roin the eait have
reached here for the preliminary de-
fense it was learned today. The
ourte of the money svas not given
I'evelopmnits during the day indi-
cated the name of United Slatei Sen-
ator New would not he hroiiuht -n
the case by the defense. It wat be-
lieved the family hotsrt to Lear in a
financial way from the tenator hut
would tay nothing that might dis-
No Communication "Eait".
Ai to the present stains of this
feature Mrs. Lilly M. Uurger. mother
of the accused said ihe had not
"communicated with the rust and had
no intention of so doing." When the
referred to the "east" it was believed
ihe had Senator New in mind. She
made it plain no appeali had been
made directly or through friendi.
Mr llurger visited her son at the
I ail during the afternoon. The meet-
ng wai affectionate. She kissed him
nd lat op hit lap itrnking hi hair
and face. Hn delight was irrepresai-
ble. He was a boy again and a smile
played about his lips.
John I) Kichardion. the attorney
rttained to take up the preliminary
defense admitted additional alienists
would be employed but declined to
give any names.
The defense today moved to uncov-
er the life history nf the ilain girl.
Detectives; were employed to disclose
if possible evidence to explain her re-
fusal to marry New. New'i statement
that the revolver belonged to J. L.
Anderson was verified today when
Anderson said he gave It to New in
ease of a holdup while driving his car.
British OppoM Natlonallted Induitry.
LONDON. July ll.-Two hundred
and fifty memheri nf parliament have
ligned a proclamation opposing na-
tionalization of industries said the
parliamentary lobby rnrresp-mdent of
Ihe Paily Kxpress today. A new
drastic scheme of rationing is laid
to be forthcoming loon.
FIRM HAND NEEDED TO STOP
CHAOS IN BORDER NA TION
La Guardia Attacks Dilatory Congress for Failing to
Bring Acute Condition to an End
WASHINGTON July 11 A strong
plea for the adoption of a firm policy
with tegard to Mexico wat voiced in
Ihe house today by Representative La
liuardiiv republican of New York.
Urging favorable action on his reso-
lution calling on the utate war and
navy department! to cTa to (he house
all their correspondence dealing with
the Mexican lituation since July 1
lu15 Mr. I-a Guardia declared it is
time for the state department to
abandon its policy of "blow hot blow
"Carrarua should be told in plain
terms that he cannot br tolerated a
moment longer" the New York rep-
trouble Must End.
"Without any intention of inter-
vening the United States should go
into Mexico with beans in one hand
and if necessary hand grenades in
the other and put an end to the pro-
mt situation. Ihe United States
should assist Mexico to end the
limine and plague now existing
Charging that the attitude of the
state department toward Mexico ha
been "one series of inconsistencies"
Mr. La Guardia declared "there is
sufficient reason to cause alarm and
to compel the adoption of a fixed defi-
nite policy toward Mexico." He con-
tinued: Something la Wrong.
"Everybody leenn to know that
something it wrong in Mexico every-
body knowi that United Statei armed
forcei entered Mexican territory only
a ihort time ago. i'erihing'i expedi-
tion into Mexico has not yet been for
gotten. Still there sermi to be no
exact knowing ai to svhaf it it all
"We went after Villa were chasing
Villa but just ai we were about to get
him our troopi were ordered away.
We went to Tampico to have the flag
saluted. Ilefore th; flag wat saluted
the fleet wat ordered away. We en-
tered Mexico a ihort time ago and a
few hour later our troopi returned
and the incident remained to a cer-
tain extent unexplained."
Time to Face Facta.
Mr. La Guardia referred to the re-
cent ipeeeh of Representative Gould
of New York in which he gave the
number of Americans killed in Mex-
ico ad ling:
"Still no action; till no redress;
still no fixed policy; Mill indecision.
Is it not time that we grt into the
"It is my belief that if all the
fatti were before us it would be
shown that the government of (ar-
rania is no government at all; that
disorder chant revolution and tin-
ease are prevalent throughout that
Medieval Barbarity Common.
Mr. la Guardia exhibited a news-
paper containing a picture of the head
of General Klanqi.ct exhibited by the
(arrania authorities in Vera Urur.
The general's dead body wa decap-
itated be laid and his head "for a
period of three days was exhibited
with all barbaric characteristics and at
niRht it was illnim.uted."
"The ( arranra papen and his fol-
lowing gloated and enjoyed this grue-
somr exhibition" he Ne York mem-
ber dei tared.
"Th is is the character of the gov
ernment the Un d States is now
seeking to support and aid. Why?
If ('arrania has no respect for hii
own blood how can wr expect him
to protect American lives?"
The following remedies for the
Mexican trouble were recommended:
A itrirter border patrol iliould be
maintained ami iwift punishment
metel out if further shooting across
the lorder should occur; the embargo
on arms should le lifted; the chieft
nf Mexico Carrana and Villa in-
cluded iliould he summoned to a con-
ference to establish i (inn govern-
ment. QEORGE MAY STAKD
WITH COAL UCIERS
iy I'niveraiil 8rv!c )
LONDON July II. "Lloyd George
must he on one fide or the other in
this struggle iil the co situation I
believe he is on our side and will dr-
ilare himself in favor of nationaliza
lion. If he doesn't civil war will en-
sue with ull that term implies."
Vernon IJarlshorne. member of par-
liament fiom South Wales and mem-
ber d the executive committee of the
miners federation made thii st.ite-
inent to the Universal Service today.
Sir Leu ( hinra Money member ('.
the Sankev coal commission who vot
rd with Robert Smillie. the miners'
leader f"r an undiluted government
policy of nationalization f the mines
last month and who is the most
prominent p.ntisan ( the miners' fed-
eration said :
"Ihe government is driven to th
last ditch. Ihe opposition to na-
tionalization seires mi the eve the
bi-election at Swanra the npportuuit)
to make the bogey mail and tca.tr-
goat of the Latum and at the lame
lime Sir Aukland Geddet announces
an advance "f sik shillings in the price
"Hut it k dangerous to attempt to
mingle "I;!:(S with rconomics par-
ticularly at thu moment when the gov-
ernment has so many things lo ans-
wer for. atid I prnhey that the an-
nouncement of an advance in the coal
price will be a boomerang on the
heads rd Llnvd George and hit ministers."
My Hsuirit a mi (3
tiy A dele Girrlion.
What Lillian Told lAtf.it About
LILLIAN'S assurati'e that we were
going 4o her hnne llore meet-
i I.. ....I.. -I
i"g mi niiiiiitii iir Vglll Ol
whom I to dreaded g ive me baik inv
poise l.idly siial en by my levered
imagination during inv journey to the
city. I tank ba k m the ornrr of the
laxicab with very nuu h the feeling of
a condemned prisoner gi anted a re-
prieve at the elrvrnth hour.
My friend nude no further comment
upon my attitude toward the business
in hand but with In r usiul ai umen
went ('ii talking briskly about every-
thing and nothing during the ride
home indeed until we were lafely
within Iit wonderful brown toned li-
brary 'I here I shamfd out of my
eovsardiie interrupted her
"I am perfectly all ri't r.os" I
said "ready to face aii)'hnv I'hasr
tell me all you've been dung"
"I haven't been do.rg very much."
she replied "but what some faithful
' Id handymen of mine have ben ac-
is a plenty -
I hey ve not only located the
some little job m itself iadv
when you consider the data t had
to go on "
"I know" I a kn .v. ledged v. do en-
hasi as Lillian paused for m in-
stant. "Hut they've secured her general
record for the last twenty years" I il-
I: went on "and it'i mre one pippin
If anybody'! hunting for a competent
lady i rook with the cleverness f her
Satanic master oozing from every
pore I'd advise that party to camp
on her itaircase. She's a bird Madge
and the reason it "a taken me so long
to land her is because I bad to have
everything framed up to tbe at
tail for her. Hut I don't think we've
overlooked a single bet. Why. we've
even got records and pholugrapbs ot
the last rb'iks your father gave her
"Ob it'i a beautiful case and the
peachiest part of it all is that s'.ie
doesn't dream but what she't periectly
life. Your i.or father isn't the only
game ihe's working hut by the time I
get through with her tonight she'll
he glad she's drawing her breath."
Lillian set her teeth together with
a vindicative little click that told me
the baffling of the evil woman who
had ruiii'd my mother1! life in I was
now causing my fa'her ant me s i
much anxiety was the source of spe-
cial gratification to her. I Ini'w that
her interest was solely on mv ace iu:iV
felt a rush of loving grititude to this
ft icnd who never faded me.
"I wise I could rver do anvting for
you. Lillian" I said w i st fully.
"Do you want nie to throw some-
thing at your head'" she retorted
"I've a notion to ry it anyw ay" med-
itatively "it might knock a litt'e
sense into you. Do something for me
forsooth! If ou don't know you
ught to. that you're the only lafetv
valve I hive either for joy or for tor-
mw. Just let me tell you something
vi're the only e."Jon who His ever
seen i r cry. 'I hat means something
to me I i ai tell you No no my
dear the dcbt'i on my side not yours
You're alw.i)j doing vimelh'iig for
"Well" I impulsively said the first
thing that lame into my mind "if I
tan siiiarc my many debts to you I v
being an animated sob pillow count
on me deaiot. alvsavs "
Lillian threw hark her head and
laughed the first real merriment 1
had beard from htr lips in many
"You'll do." she '.aid. "I know
you'd lon.juer those nerves of yours
And now come down to my bedroom
and prink up a bt. We're going to
have a guest for dinner tonight we
don't have to jtart fv my lady's abode
tefore ') o'clock so we'll have time to
enjoy one of I'etty't dinners I think
she's fixing up lomething especial for
your health "
"Put I'm not fit to see guests Lil-
lian." I faltered. "Ibis is the suiti-
ng I've been teaching in all dav."
"Your suit's all right" Lillian
looked me over critiially. "I'll lend
you some fresh underirillies and
when I knew the guest was coming.
I took t'.ie liberty of buying a new
blouse for sou. If you don't like i'.
I'll take it I ick and give it to some-
body else. Hut it won't hurt yi u to
wear it one rvenmg "
An Unnamed Gueit.
We had learned her bedroom as she
finished and she indicated a:i ex-
quisite embroidered crepe blou.e lying
i the bed It was ( the shade of
blue most becoming to me. and har
monied vv.th thci color ' mv suit It
was a ro
and from anv one
else 1 could not have accepted it. Bti
I said to myself whimiically that no "
one else except Lillian would hava .
offered it and I knew her genermia
heart would be wounded if I didn't
"You'll take it batk only over my
dead body" I mid hugging her warm-
ly. "It'i simply perfect! Hut who it
the guest in whose honor it it to bo
worn? Surely Mr. Savariu isn't well
Her fare ihadowed iiiirkly.
"Indeed not ixior Robert although
be is niendin.' so rapidly that we think
hit sister will be able to take him tet
hit beloved mountains soon. Hut he
could not stand the strain of meeting
strangers Come child run along ana
take a cold shower you look roasted.
"And when you're fully clothed aud
in your right mind I'll tell you."
drops on exchange
MLXICO CITY. Thursday July 10.
News papers of this rity printed
this morning in their financial pget
records of foreign exchange trans-
actions showing that draftt on New
York vsere bought at fifty or par at
two to one. for American dollar! and
sold at '') 5-8 which it less than two
to one This it was pointed out it
significant since during the last lire
months of ldH the exchange rate
hovered around sixty which meant
that the Mexicai peso was worth
I'nitr.l Statei money.
! instead of about fifty cents its present
Pant Wattert Strike.
PAKIS. July II -Ten thoutand
waiters went on strike here today for
an eight-hour day and an increase
There is genuine
cool comfort and
service in a two-
piece 'suit made
from the celebrated
RsKofliiitd tho world orct
bf aUiqrxti dretten for its
cool airy ffluhetswdght
..Thff denot rttdra wash-
ing and main tndr ahapc.
. Soldotn Med prtaaing
tit rtenVj WW. Tkt
For Salt by
Lt Ob irrhtd y
lensra In J J
the new j
ing glass AVjV-
br Sir ffl
US MAIN ST.
BBw aF m A W M
Tbii is one of the moit essential articles of milady'i toilet
today and inch an assortment! Moral o'ts Oriental odori
ipicy odors weird odors we have them all. Come in and telect
your favorite from our extensive itoik. We list below some of our
leading sellers at special week-end prices.
Banquet Ramee Toilet
Water 11.19 and It 91
Water 11.19 and 11.91
Hudnut'i Toilet Water
assorted odort Me
Colgate's Toilet Water
assorted odort 43c and 63c
Vantine's Toilet Water Wis-
taria Nile Lily and Cory-
lopsis odors S9e
Toilet Water 9c
Harmony Toilet Water
rote and violet 3tc
Harmony Intense Toilet Water
fire odors Nc
Alma Toilet Water rote
toefle and violet odort.... 9Jc
Violet Dulce Toilet
Water 79c and 1.29
Lascll'i Honeysuckle Toilet
Water ... j 37c and 51c
rinaud's Lilac and Violet
Water Sl.03 and 1 1.48
Fot'eii Vegetals all odors.. $1.17
Toilette Water all odors.. I2.0J
I'.aude Japora 9Sc
lllue Rose Toilet Water.... 1.1.95
Mary Garden Toilet
Water 2.13 and 14.25
Violet's Orvane Toilet
Water 12.13 and 14.25
Violet Atnhre Royal Toilet
Violet's ltou'iuet Larneie
Toilet Water... $3.63 and $5Ja
Violet's Ramean l leni Toilet
Water $2 65 and $3 95
Hauhigant's Ideal Toilet Water
Hauhigan't Quelues L'leurs
Ye Old Fashion Creams
7 or J9c
Huyler't Chocolates lb.$!-$1.23
Liggett's Chocolate! lh..$l-$t.2S
- CIGAR DEPT.
I.a Tradita. 5c
Little l an jc
St. Charles ;c
La Campesina jr.
WESTFALL DRUG CO.
EASTMAN KODAK AGENTS
The B. & M. Hoses at 6 o'clock Saturdays.
It Will lie Well to Attend to Your Shopping Early.
B &M. Trousers
Come Up to Specifications
The B. & M. has always assumed
leadership in this matter of supply-
ing the proper stuff for young men.
Here we have some of the liveliest
two-legged trousers ever seen. The
waist sizes are from 26 inches to 34
inches and. the lengths are as you
A few dollars invested in an extra
pair of trousers at this time will
prove a money saver for you. Worn
with B. ft M. silk shirts and B. ft M.
solid leather belts they give you a
dandy summer appearance at very
ci-c s run cl canton
20 Years of Reliability
Size up a pair of B. & M.
panta from the cuffs to the
belt loop they're up to what
you anticipate in a pair of
hand tailored trousers fit
atyle looks and youll have to
wear them to know how much
aatlafaetloM goes with each
Order by Mail Shipping C'harRfs Prepaid
The Necessary Washable Skirt $4.95
A Half Day Scattering of Styles Formerly Selling
At a Great Deal More.
It is no exaggeration to say that these values are ex-
traordinary. Here at the very height of the wash skirt sea-
son are reductions very deep affording savings large and
real. Of course these reductions are temporary that is to
say they are for Saturday morning only. The ones at $4.95
are worthy of the heaviest emphasis. They are splendid not
only in point of money's worth but in point of style. The
materials are fine cotton gabardine pique and washable
cotton satins. It is evident at a glance that the tailoring
was done bv neonle of skill. Stvle in every line and the
thing called "hang" so essential if the skirt is to be the gar-
ment of grace and fashion. Girdles and large pockets fre-
quently tucks around the bottom.
Also Washable Skirts at $1.45
Of piques and gabardines a limited number formerly
selling at prices considerably higher than $1.45.
l L l I If III TS
Practically all of the excellent values advertised for
Friday's selling will be available for Saturday half day.
A Half Day Selling of
Most Delightful Summer Dresses at $9.95
We shall not fall into the error of the usual merchant in telling you of these dresses.
You are aware of his errori no doubt and you know it is something like that of the
man who put his hand over the thermometer in his room causing the mercury
to rise and thereby wheedling himself into believing that his room was warm. An
advertiser may aay his merchandise is worth as much as he pleases; he may go so far
as to believe what he says yet in so doing he may be doing no more than amusing
or hypnotizing himself.
The thing that counts is what you
think or believe!
We know as well as we know anything that you are
going to think well of these dresses. They are com-
paratively new they are fashionable they are underprice
and further you will think well of them for the addi-
tional reason that no fancied or impossible valuations
have been placed on them.
The materials are voiles and ginghams in plaids plain colors and stripes.
There is a precious few of crepe de chine. They have straight-gathered skirt
and once in a while there is a patch pocket Here's the rub. Small sizes only
that is up to 38. Are you a petite woman ?
TnELtBut 'DBY IMSMMI
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