The Oklahoma News (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 217, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 10, 1916 Page: 4 of 8
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THE OKLAHOMA NEWS
The Oklahoma News
Om-CBNT N«WWAPie« or TffB KITHWSIT
Official > apar (or All tho People
Published Dally K%cty SunJt.v. «' to* 10 W dr*n<J-*»
_ by Tho Oklahoma Sows Company. Oklahoma City.
1 a Parker....... Rditor. r. n. picrwi— nuain«»» Manager
Prtoo—1 year, 11.00. « month*. It to. I month, lie klntarod at
City, ao second-claaa mall.
WAi.NCT TOOv— ALL CBI’ARTMKNTR
„<?&? CABLED KING.
WAS HIS GLORY DIMMED?
NTH t Mi
Second instalment, "Social
I *1 ruin. entitled Tho Onralcan
Sisters " U on todac, The "So-
cial Pirate” !• not it Inns drawn
oit otrliil Karh instalment tell*
a complete story Tho iirc.it
i'i'irot'' and thn*e other pic
The conftuions of history alinh it atill in the making
lender it itnpoisihle to determine whether Kitchener'* former ®1*0 _
tlory was dimmed when tested l»y the present conflict. When i l.niKltrv. ! r“'!ln* th<* kln*> w,rln« th*
the w«r broke, England threw the burden of her fate upon Manager M.cai: will play h » 1'!' ""nt■ phoni,‘* «overnora. in-
Kitchener, "the organ,rer of victory." He wa» supreme in l*"*"'"* “• rir*' h*'V’f "■* T * "Tv *°
. / . . " 1 . uiiiW a iron' » buck m»r tho country g bl* men -these
totnmand, both as secretary o, war and a« commander in- V5,„,,,t > i.i,,].. W(.r„ m,m„ tlf ,.&rl R d .
thief of the army. Of late, just as easily and carelessly .'lip and Napoleon.' midget , ‘
England held him responsible for ....... of her miM- riuncb. JSSTi^
totality in the Dardanelles. ami Weber, musician*; Brook- t no at range win contest before
Only the larger, dearer view of the war which time and I/nreiio, gcro’-ata. and s county Judge ZwicW Saturday.
bring will show whether Kitchener broke under the stram ^ainoa lUwailan mammentai-; Mri w,iaon reck* to over-
''—whether England or the in. n \* most to be criticised. Iigarea rctpcd a:T * ( (throw the will filed by H. O.
In “King Albert’s Book,*' which is made of the tributes j tit ark executor, which divides
» ,h« B.l^n li-W .Ton, *r,„ r,of th, world th«! „„ (*«£*. .J
|.iragraph hy Kitchener re,ers the courage and devotion ; company, appear- n the lend, provided she attended '"
ihown by King Albert and his armv. Thus Kitchener honored support of Geraldine Farrar in ,lls t>uriai eervices. She a>*eru’_
Albert bv using the two words of 1,is vocabulary which had Maria lloaa, Run iny and Mon '',h''r »ill* sue tier all the
h.„ I..... ' ,|H' Held plait'd imp .Tone wiib property. In fan she *aid Ryder
ate most meaning to him. ..... , , , Farrar In "Carmen alao "The nad * hobby of making villa and
“Courage and devotion made Kitchener remarkable in | chorus l-idy," The Cnid. n *h« tmlirv-d him mentally un-
jtany and varied capacities. And it was part of his courage chanes" and ‘The Love Mark." j balanced. « , t
inrf devotion that he did not complain a> his various branches Tyuir I th^KHiu.e^^.e'eour? 1?0om*t0A
Seven Brnik*. »<:,>bata, pn the laugh came when she pulled a
new hill, are direct from the .pair of tecth-torn aorks lrotn her
The war office sent him obsolete ”hrphf!i'!n pf'lri'"11 - Tambualca Or- handbag and dangled them to-
....... , . ., , ehestra, Fox and loans; Morris fore the judge.
tuns when he had asked for the newest. He is reported to Uoldnn and La Pavia. also j Knew Sian in Store,
lave sent this sarcastic message: "I can throw stones at the - , "He always aroused me of be-
xrm t n i inK untrue to him," said the wlt-
It was inefficiency of this kind which Kitchener could not jother Walloon "w“naion’Vt* aun-^ a' litr of’aocklTand a^ter'he hp'?t
' them on he remembered that I
COUNT ESPERANZA TO
MAKE AMERICAN TOUR
H. NAIXOA, of the Hawaiian
entertainers, Mbrety, Meat hAlf
0y t mtril Fmi.
Court Room, Waukegan, III.,
June 10. Theory that Marlon
Lambert, Lake Forest high-srhool
girl, for whose murder Will Or-
pet Is on trial, committed suicide,
as contended by Orpet, was
strengthened today by discovery
of a witness, who, it Is said,
aaw Marlon In the htgh-schoo!
laboratory eaamlnlng various poi-
sons the day before she was
The witness Is said to be Jack
Vercoe, class mate o Marion,
and son of A. W Vercoe. High-
land Park banker. Vercoe. ac-
cording to the story, found the
girl alone. When naked what
ahe was doing there she appeared
worried and begged him not to
say anything about seeing her.
10 MILLION INCREASE
IN PUBLIC SERVICE
The Count of Buena Esperaaan
If authority were lately clipped away from him
There's a story which hints at a probable cause of some
if Kitchener's troubles
is when he had asked for the newest. He is reported to
ive sent this sarcastic message: "I can throw stones at the
MANY FILINGS AT
W ELEVENTH NOUN
CONGRESS LOBBY AT
1A.M.; SOGGY SCENE
Chicago, June 10.—One hun-
dred bedraggled men. hunched
_______ | around a lone policeman, back up,
' against a huge vase In the center
I-aet minute filing Saturday 0f the room; a smell of stale
brought two republican candi- tobacco amoke; shout three tona
of paper scraps on the floors
tolerate hut which in the end perhaps prevented him from ■ set. Sunday.
Iddittf to the luster of his reputation in the present war.
Kitchener was never a democrat at heart, but he served Eng-
pnd greatly and he also endured much from England, with
fcourage and devotion.”
Brandeis has been a justice of the supreme court for!
teveral hours. The sun is still rising and setting on schedule
Ibne and no violent deviation of the tides has been reported.
Anyway, there isn’t any loop-the-loop at St. Louis.
PUTTING IT ON POSTERITY.
The one wish common to all mankind at present is that
the war shall end soon.
All neutrals and most belligerents have talked a good deal
great sea fight which would decide the fate of
SAYS DAM STORY
IS BEAR STORY
FROM CITY DADS
I knew a man in the atore where
| they were purchased, in a rage
'he took them o!f. gnawed wu.,
h.a teeth and tore them In
The divorced wife said in his
,fit8 of madness when i ithef
I drunk or sober he would teai
I her clothes off. throw chairs
[ across The room, pull down cur-
tains, jerk the phone from the
wall, paw the air and threaten
to kill himself and her
dates for supreme court, a re-
publican and demmle for con-
gress, and a host of legislative
aspirant*. Filing was to* close
Every congressman hj>s filed
and Scott Ferrla of sixth and
Jim McCHntie of seventh were
unopposed up to Saturday after-
noon Joe Thompson, fifth, has
1>. A McAleer, Oklahoma City,
and Fred S Goodrich. Britton,
Rill Murray has a hot eon-
and ninety-six drunks—this wasi
the lobby of the Congrea# hotel j
at 1 a. m. today.
Two hour* before, a howling'
deliriously surging mob wrig-|
gled and fought and aereamedi
and bellowed thru the same gfeat |
room. The floor was covered,
with trampled pieces of news-]
paper, broken badges, canes, um- j
hrellaa, all beaten down in one
soggy mats of pulp where drip-
ping rain coats and umbrellas
had wet them down.
Most of the crowd was keyed
up not to care If tbe big clock
Spswl to Tht Xete*.
San Francisco, Cal., June 10—
"The man who makes the scales
of Justice balance” in the New
Hebrides Islands haa come to San
Francisco and will tour the V. S.
He Is the Count of Beuna Es-
peranza, Madrid. Spain.
The New Hebrides Islands are
owned Jointly by French and
English. It Is one of the few
groups on which cannibals still
Because of the Joint ownership
of the islands both the French
and the English have separate
It is the Count’s duty to act
as the neutrality expert of the
Valuation of public oervloe
corporations In the state ha*
| been Increased shoot 910,-
000,000 since 1915, according to
: certified assessment made by E.
; B. Howard, state auditor. Salon-
Price of oil, according to How-
ard. was tbe chief factor. Tho
1916 valuation is 9965,644,775;
In 1915 it wus 9255,055,160.
Railroads btur |200.0UO,000' of
Completion of assessment by
state equalization board was
made about three months earlier
this year than last,
Pipe line companies for 1915
are valued at 939,913.579; last
year the valuation was 928.036,-
PLAN C OF G LUNCHES /
Dally luncheon will be held
during week of June 26, "in-
tensive week” of the C. of C.
reorganization campaign. Begin-
ning next week, e corpe of 150
membership aolMtors will be
, plant spaTle
l non;y and tlm*
leaving for thos*
I who wear glasses
Row Loeatloa ISO
Practically fireproof artlfleal
sandstone has been made in tbe
Philippines from beach sand and
Fine Fotoplnya end a Full Pro-
gram of Music by
THE FAVORITE SEXTETTE
Direct charge that
dam dynamiting report* were
"bear-stories" fathered by city
official* to create sentiment fav-
orable to the city in suits pend-
ing. uas made by A. J. Henthorn,
drainage district commissioner.
test, to heat Tom I). McKeon, said
"Sometimes after he would HI t a ms en trr ®Falover-head showed beginning of a
threaten to take his own ilfe he Murr»>- H. H. Smith. Mrannee.
. About a
Now the biggest naval battle in the history of the world ! h^en* “*ac£d
W» taken place with a loss of over 7000 lives, more than 25 | alleged attempt
thqkg, and at a cost of $t66.000,000.
I And the only things which it seems to have decided are
drainage > would change his mind and say,
•no l wont because I
be a pretty corpse,’ "
the w itness.
"He would change from mad-
ness to calmness :n an instant.
One minute he would be threat-
ening my life and the next he
Ear! Powers, Drumright. are also ‘ia'
candidates In the fourth. fac<* fluKhe<t and ltned-
W. W. Hastings of the second
bfame. fames' ed pap«r' Cl*ir* anf clg“‘;
All looked tired, thtir
was horrible—thick and heavy
and carrying a stanch compound-
The city says guards ha ve I would be calling me dear, honev
at the dam since the[an(j
et stumps, old amoke and sweat
of human bodies. Tbe bar had
The policeman leaned'
the bronze vase
city guards have
been on the
Davenport, in the first, has three
Preston A. ’Shinn. Pawhuska, c‘loie(I
republican, filed to oppose Chief 'v«nrlly against .
.iai-iinc Justice Kane for re-election, and d,d j*1* be** t0 *™11* *tler,'
"Many times I have taken Henry J. P.urges. Enld. republ!c»rf *ntlf at the mob which centered
the end of the war i. further .way than ever a’nTth^ I *? ^ ^ ’ - -fs ^er,^ ^
mw vnu oi tnc war is lunner away inan ever ana tnat miting had been accomplished it ,be hands of either Ben Wil- against Charlie Carter for con- ^reat political party meeting to
would have been while guards j Hams of Norman or Kellv Rress from the third district. | write out tbe will of the people.
were there." ! Roa, h --1 He would have had the same dc-
Henthom speaks for farmers I -ph',, wm WILS made shKn . _______' tached air on duty at the morgue;
nation which can keep itself ir the best financial condi-
tion will win the war—some time.
* There’s another sea l»attle to fight, probably.
f The more money the more battleships—and posterity will
to work all the harder to pay the price.
* Is it any wonder that statesmen of Ei
about the future population of
Europe are worry-
their respective coun-
Conservtng babies is a very popular subject everywhere
look upon baby saving as a measure of the altruism of
century. Saving babies seems to counterbalance, in some
itetioas way, the sin of sending adults to death, 7000 to a
battle, or by the ten thousands, as at Verdtm.
Bat when the posterity about which we are all now so
faces the harden of paving the war debt, what is
ty going to think of oar twentieth century civiliza-
land is flooded In h:gb-: Ryder was in the Norman asv-
. water time and who have sued: ium.” she said." to protect
the city which insists on block- Roar), on a $65o claim against
•tng the drainage ditch to protect j R,der
its water-plant supply.
j Henthorn flatly contended they didn't know where
I that no explosive had been used
at the dam or that any evidences reached the
REPRIMANDS LAWYER ;a fixe; an
IN RYDER WILL CASE any where.
The lawyers in the Earl Ry-
I have demanded the der will caae were wrangling
original will and they both said Saturday.
__ J a il ’ ""'hen you gentlemen get thro
The divorced wife’s testimony, visiting proceed with this case
* -..V, -A .4 • V, r An A 4 1 AM r. 1 ■■ ■ U . _ *
‘L" train accident-
Thut fellow Absent ran neck and neck with Borah, on
fee first ballot; t i-a to 2.
miLRREVS DAY CANTATA
AT WASHINGTON CHl'RCH
Sunday School, of WashiDgton-
av Baptist church, wil] present
the cantata "Festal Queen" at
r.s’.r”1 °'*’ ”,on 10 ™' ATto™^,m?i;h„r,br°aSi,bSt'bT*chliiar^
Tb.bbi;,», ,b. ^.laswr? &■?» % w8rjs^srtss-^*,r “ *^*isa sr^s? sw
She* not hard of hearing,” j vocal and piano numbers will be
city, i contest
prevent* itae of titc ditch dug at was Ryder’s Illegal wife
farmers’ expense, to keep over- "Her name was Bertha Oune."
flow water out bottom farms near she testified. "Ryder went to
Packingtown. j California and married her be-
Henthorn said Saturday the fore my divorce was six months
city had guarded the dam for | old."
'given. Preaching regular hour.
the last two years.
raat to one •’ than etty farmers.
• • •
I mb oat large.
Xu fact. I sometimes earn to sev-
A postage stamp.
Or carried in the handbag ef a
TM I. at certain season of the
Hold large plan la the
And ayes of thousands
r ___. _ : I am not modest.
i Tot at times am I ahrtukfng
tom (1 toantlful woman morn
nw to Ukad tto work. Believe v—
y*1*1*. *■ * «r**A’ to | And homely daaaa to look Qka
* * * I My wtaardry makes M man
togto It% (tor of Ttoa* Rural SMa
n j And thin men thtoner.
I mi — - 11 um the greatam enemy of hu-
| | man sham.
_Oe laato tto heaaufu new I1** BoM ruthiaas rstnar of all
ggyt^mheme ehorSrfri. EatM disguise*
hie Is one ef
etvncturen in th«
___. _ aertcwttnral Unen nr«
•UP era.—Karl n U« (UM Ua4ar.
•hlrtwolsta. while tto
are noted tor their high
I AM THE BATHIMI gtTTT.
TO ATIY HEARS!
Attorney Charles Ruth for
I Bertha Wilson said he unearthed
a new will three days ago. made
Oct. last, before Ryder went to
J. J. Egbert of tbe Egbert
hotel said he knew Ryder as a \
hotel guest and considered him
Homer Hnrst, attorney, was
initiated into the secret rites of
police court Saturday. He rep-
resented a man caught in a
gambling raid at 16 1-2 Weat
Grand-av, May 28. Two caught
in tho aamo raid were repre-
sented by Orvey J. Johnson.
When Judge Lee continued
the ensee because prosecuting
officers were not present Hurat
asked that he be allowed to sign
his client’s bond to releaoe a
$100 bond put up at the time
of the arrest. Judge Lee re-
"I have never let anyone sign
a Jacket bend, and don t want
to atari It now," he said.
Johanna DM It.
“1 see, tho. that Orvel John-
aoa haa been allowed to sign a
Jacket bond fpr his clients.
JUNK YARD NUISANCE
WILL BE CLEANED OUT
Municipal counselor's office
Saturday ordered Building In-
spector Jim Anderson to clear
the Junk yards of the Oklahoma
City Steel and Iron works. No-
ble and Walker-sts.
The yards were condemned as
a public nuisance. Anderson said
ba would start work Monday.
America’s Foremost Screen Artiste
la rmataa «• Oklaknu Otj*i
ONLY EXCLUSIVE FEATURE
b a Mg apoalal (ntm »»•<«« iba which
la ehatagnuaatte art. n»*an«4 hr aa all-star east that
will opea yaar cyaa with aateaiahmeat. Daa't alii thla
TODAY AND TOUOBBOW
REVTTAI, AT MTNWHINE
A revival began last night at i|
Sunabice Mission. Stockyard*
Evangelist John IV. Oliver 1*1
preaching. Services Sunday at 11 .
and 7: So Services every ex-on-1|
lng thro the week.
call hr a te4 priaaa
allahea atar at the sereea. Bar ____
iaelaatag Wallaee ReM. PeSra DeCerMa aa* Aalta
1 Saaaa aa* the
sarta* hy a wagolfle
la th* Uakr-Pinaaaat maateroleea.
with a Man of
woo o How York
_ too tor ha orttcla
■^"Thrift." Ho tod • good
(H HANDS AND FEET
WMd Mi mi Bmi Sp M CmM
MotSlaap. tomi Hot Pm Hands
in Water. AstomndafThaok
HEALED BY CUTICURA
SOAP AND 0INTBENT
"That woo too* to ordor of
Chief Nichols ond not bT the
conrt." Johnson explained
"Thera is o list of attorneys In
the sergeant’s office who ore
privileged to alga Jacket bonds
and unless your name is on that
the oergwaat moat take paper
Hurst oeoraod ootiafled with
j. “* don’t so# why you should
jto Inter**ted in bonds tor sev-
en# but your osrn client." John-
json raid to Hurst, "so why bring
my client* into ft."
Miss Farrar’s Greatest Screen
»io oarozi s nor
Than “Carmen”—More Ab-
Sr^SrSi SOAP AND OINTMENT
ELOPES WHEN PARENTS
j 81 r*iM Pmo
Btauama. Ta_ tons l*.—Tak-
i lng advantage of th# sboonce of
1 John A. Noon, delegate to Chi-
p as! tto love god get tosy.
McO to Noon’s daughter. Hattie,
gag society girt, is brids of Chari re
sorbingly Interesting Than
“Temptation” — The greatest
achievement of cinema art—
One of the costliest photoplays
ever brought here
GUARANTEED BIG TIME ACTS
PiAVtxr. i \m:n mavsckr Mrcui.-x i’krxoxal
ilstiuME OK MO\BV-RArK IK VOf I»«»\T I.IKK IT
irXDiV, MONDAY, TUESDAY AM) XVKDXKSDAT
“Little Hip & Napoleon”
ACTORS PIIOM THE Jl \(.|,l>-( OMKUY
4 - -Other Feature Acts—4
EXROI I.IMi IIM,t "STIR" KYTKRTS1S KRS
“SHOES”—5 Part Photodrama
Go to **< ‘kUhoma'n Mo4»t Famous ILvrrJition Report”
“FOX S EVANS”
Tm im: \i. n.A«-r to spend yoi r evenings.
ta the la tea*
•d to Clifton
'His Bread and Butter’!
Fv*-v i'>'« --r p-c»nirc Imre*' reemr hcuPP fof
»T’<5 cf g—re 9<>,«g ?r» Go<>d rtew hiithlrtK l>Litl to
#e ■t. a * T.-ir rxr cfc d Escellem *a.rd b*-*c hem.
BAUOVT )• CtYTi
8i l eM JNm
H*w York. Juno 25 —Dr John
Grant Lyman, known totero*-
om monipotsivr* of
_ >f his 'atest
effort to a -quire seddot tic he*.
j wnosoaieceed hy V £ Jndge
i a u,
m MML le% RF1 v.r
be p tpp. jt thr !1 ;u»t m* uunMt
Mae I-a • hj!1 n nkf iMiloon as <*n-
VALENTINE GRANT IN
“THE INNOCENT I IF"
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