Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. FIFTEEN, No. 10, Ed. 1 Monday, January 12, 1914 Page: 4 of 8
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IHKIAIHA lAILf EXPIIII IHICIAIHA OILANIII
"Peg o' the Movies"
Thi tory is running in the Ladies World.
SPECIAL FEATURE TONIGHT
Who Will Marry Mary?"
THIS IS THE FIFTH REEL OF THIS POPULAR STORY
A CA "UP IN A BALOON" Vitagraph Comedy.
( HL3U "WrlSN H SEES" A Crackerjack LuIn Drama.
"A DIP IN THE BRINY" Soms Comedy C-1T.
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Relief for Workers is
(Continued from Ona-i
Feme definite plans. The resolutions
jui. iited 8re as follows:
Whereas The owners f the rail-
roads mills and factories are disc harg-
iig tlieir employes in such vast milli-
ters that hundreds of thousands of
people are today out of employment
niih no means of support and
Whereas The organized charities
ate unable to cope with the situation
or relieve the sufferings of such vast
11 umbers. Therefore be it
Kesolved That we call upon the city
council the county commissioners and
governor of the slate to take immedi
ate steps toward furnishing employ
ment for the idle workers by making
needed improvements on streets roads
and public 'buildings and establish
fug municipal aud state industries
wherever practicable paving the union
stale of wages for an eight hour day.
And be it further
Kesolved That a copy of these reso-
lutions foe furnished the mayor and
city council of Chickasha the com-
missioners or Grady comity the gov-
ernor of Oklahoma and the public
Whereas The owners of Die trans-
portation systems and the large mills
nd factories have in. the past several
weeks discharged many thousands of
pmploj'.M and as a result of such ac-
tion the workers are shorn of thelr-
chaslng power and the business of the
country iaralyzed from the retail deal-
er to the banker notably the liank of
Fensacola Florida with a capital stock
of five hundred thousand dollars j furnished the president and
showing deposits of over one and a ConrrPM of the niled sstPs Bnd
half million closed its doors January
8 1914 being the third bank in the
south to fail nitl.hi the past two weeks
Whereas The road-beds and rolling
slock of the railroad are in a condi-
tion which is causing disastrous wrecks
in which the traveling public is being
maimed and .-taiiuhtercd and
Whereas The railroads are able to
pay handsome dividends--tiie I'nion
Pacific recently dispensing eighty .mil-
lion of dollars of profits to its share-
Whereas The workeis are in Fore
need of the products of the mills and
factories but are prevented by the
private owners of these industries from
applying their labor power to the ma-
chinery of production and
Whereas We believe it to be the
first duty of government to protect
the lives of iU people and the mills
factories and transportation tvstems
are the means whereby the people
must live thereiore be it
Kesolved That the owmrs of t lie in-
dustries and transportation systems of
the country upon which the lives coin-
fort and wellare of the whole people
depend have shown themselves either
grossly incompetent to operate them
or criminally neglectful of the lives and
welfare of the punlic at large; a:id in
either case have forfeited their right
to t? ownership of the means where-
by other people must live. And be it
Kesolved That we urge the presi
dent of the I nited States and congress
now insession to proceed immediate-
ly to take steps toward acquiring pos-
session of the industries and operate
them to their full capacity on a basis
of an eight-hour day at union scales of
wages. And be it further
Hi solved That a copy of these reso
Imports Run into Millions
(CouMnued from Paf 0 . )
1'oiied Kiiikdoin from hi. I. our chief
impoi ti.inns are drawn is cons der-
ably less than than that of the Vnited
Slates having been 2M'0". ) bush-
lis in 1X11 of which loS.'MHt.nnii were
produced in Ireland. lunnno.iwo In
Kngiand and "''i.oeO.ni'O In Scotland.
The farm value of the potato crop
of the l'iiited Slates in is stated
by the department of agriculture at
tViMlHH) a larger toial than that
tor any earlier year exrepl lli w hich
was $j:;i.Imhi.I'IMi. The t'nited Siates
ctop of l!iKI supplied an average n'
thiee and one half In-shels per capita
while of l!i2 the high record year in
production gave an average of four
and one third bushels per capita. The
production of 1 i I : ;!:i:7io0mi bushels
was larger than in any other years
except 1!)12 which showed a total of
41M fMH'Utn bushels; l!tlu :: I'lemi; lvO;i.
"TT.hc.o.iMMi and P'04 :!:!.".imni(mh.
Institute at Waurika
Announcement concerning a mission-
ary inst il me to be held at Waurika
January 20-22 Is made by ltev. Koss
Weaver presiding elder of the Chicka-
sha district of the Methodist church
the irogram being as follows:
7 : '! p. m.
Sermon Kev. H. A. .McKnight.
!:0( a. Hi. '
Mexico Her Need Our Responsi-
bility E. I. Ailor.
(Mir Work in I'.razil Win. Spain.
44i:a Among the Nations C. S
Woman's l'art in the World's
Evangelization Mrs. Win. Spain.
Prayer and Missions XI. T. Allen
Objection to Missions Answered
;. 1. Rice.
II cil a. m.
Sermon Kev. J. S. lamar.
2:0(1 p. in
The Layman's Xlovemeot (!. X.
The Layman's Place in the XI is-
sionary Work A. S. Wilson.
H. w to Put on the Every Member
Canvass It. A. Thompson.
The Pastor's Part I Raising the
Conference Collections;. Syste-
matic Henevolence as a Power in
Evangelization P. A. XlcKnight. I
The liible a Missionary P.ook C.
"Why ! Did or Mid Not Succeed
with Layman's Xlovement ie; erai
The Work of the Lay Leader It. A.
Stewardship J. S. I .a. mar.
7; 1.1 p. in.
Sermon Hv. K. I. Ailor.
!:' a. m.
The Christian's Relation to Money
If. li. Ellis.
Our Young People and Xlissions
J. C. Jours.
The Relations of Revivals and Xlis-
sions XI. T. Allen.
The Sunday Schools as a Mission-
ary Auxiliary C. S. Walker.
The Organized Class IS. F. Ridge.
Missionary Day R. R. Schoolfield.
The Ilirthday Jar C. L. Purviance.
Shall We Cse Graded Lessons?
How to Ho .Missionary Work in the
Country Church Frank Kagy.
Conference Mission J. S. Lamar.
Home Xlissions C. S. Walker.
Every preacher lay leader Sunday
school suiierintendent and Epwortn
League president of Rush Springs
.Mallow Duncan Oak drove Co-
manche Waurika Ryan and Terral
charges are delegates to this institute.
Let each delegate come praying God
to make this gathering a real Pente-
cost. I am anxious to have not all oi
the delegates only attend this meeting
but a large delegation from each pas-
torial charge. 1 desire to make this
institute work a great blessing to the
work of the whole district Let all our
people work and pray to this end.
The Trail oi the
Everybody loves a barefoot little
girl -so declares this charming type
of the American stage betauty Isabella
Ixiwe who by the way hails from
"How does she know?" asks the
poor untutored member of the lay cult.
Simple enough Xliss Lowe goes
foot herself. On the s'r?el? Oh no
just on the stage and her shapely
i ankles and well cured 2-D feet have
many an envious feminine tongue wag-
ging on the subject of'fate's bountiful
generosity to some folks.
.Miss Ixwe plays the stellar role of
"June" the primitive mountain girl
In Kugene Walter's "The Trail of the
"In 'June' Nature seems to have
blended all her moods" says Xliss
Lowe describing the character she
portrays "in her the fierceness of
the tempest rages with the fury of the
volcanic funnel as it enwraps the
mountain peak. The joy of the rippling
brook and the delightful peace of the
twilight are all exemplified in the ever-
changing moods of this barefoot lass."
"June is a child of nature. To her
the breezes carry messages from the
tree tops and the flowers look up with
appealing glances that bring her words
of cheer and love.
"Would such a girl wear shoes? I
think not. The very wildness in which
she communes so lovingly with nature
would revolt at the idea and half the
beauty of the atmosphere which Mr.
Walter has so deftly painted around
her wistful self would be lost by the
addition of calfskins to her dainty feet.
That's why I love to run barefoot on
the stage w hen I'm playing June."
Xliss Lowe is said to be one of the
real beauties of the stage. Her inter-
pretation of the role of "June" in "The
Trail of the Lonesome Pine" marks
her as one of the most promising stars
rtt the stage.
At the Sugg Thursday.' January 1.1.
7:1.1 Sermon Rev. U. M. Nelson.
9:00 a. m. Xlexlco Her Need Our
Responsibility J. T. McBride.
Our Work in Hrazil Jessie Crump-
China Among the Nations II. M.
Woman's Part in the Evangeliza-
tion of the World Mrs. McKec.
Prayer and Xlissions R. H. Denny.
11 a. in. Sermon J. T. McRride.
The Sunday School a Missionary
Auxiliary C. S. Walker.
The Importance of Sunday School
. Work and How to Conduct a Suc-
cessful Sunday School C. Schlol-
terbeck. Our Young People and Missions
J. C. Jones.
The Laymen's Movement R. A.
How to Put On the Every .Member
Canvass J. N. Tinkle.
Stewardship W E. Humphries.
How May We Evangelize Chick-
asha LMstrict? General Discussion.
The Christian's Relation to Money
XI. XI. .Monk.
How to Do Missionary Work In
the Country W. B. Stanley.
Why I Did or Did Not Succeed with
the Every Member Canvass A. 11.
7:1.1 Sermon by Rev. C. 8. Walker.
Every preacher lay reader Sunday
school superintendent Kpworth league
president and ateward in Ft. Cobb A?i-
adurko Chickasha Chickasha Xfissioti
Tuttle Alex Lindsay Kllgore Bailey
XIaysville and Cement charges Is a
delegate to this meeting. I trust
shall have a large attendance front
NOTICE TO U. C. V.
Joe Shelby Camp No. 97.1 V. C. V.
will meet at the city hall Monday Jan-
uary 19 at 1:30 p. m. to celebrate the
birthday of Gen. Robert E. Lee. The
U. D. C. are invited to meet with us.
T. M. Kelley camp commander.
MawAi im m Ban
SALE NOW ON
SALE NOW ON
We have decided to quit the merchandise business in Chickasha and will offer
our entire stock of HIGH GRADE GOODS to the people of
Chickasha and Grady county at
Severaty-Five 'Cents m the Dollar
of wholesale cost. Nothing will be priced at more than wholesale cost and lots
of very desirable merchandise will be marked as low as 50c on the $1.00. This is
your opportunity to purchase Dry Goods of all descriptions at rediculous prices.
Our Building is for Rent
gawmim turn muj.iin aiBiumaan
Our Fixtures are for Sale
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. FIFTEEN, No. 10, Ed. 1 Monday, January 12, 1914, newspaper, January 12, 1914; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc730451/m1/4/: accessed September 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.