The Oklahoma News (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 300, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 11, 1917 Page: 1 of 8
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The Oklahoma News
VOL, n, NO. 300. p^BAM^jATiowT OKLAHOMA CITY. OKLAHOMA. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. 1917.
PRICE 1 r KL^BWHKRR TWO CBKli
t mva IMMBDIATE VICINITY ICbY CARRIER 10c A WEEL.
MARCH ON PETROGRAD
ALSO ON THAT
Mika Casey’s Back-Fire Scat-
ters and Plags ..His Own
Boss —Black and Shdden
Got Up Party.
Mike Casey's back fire scatter-
ed Tuesday, taking effect on
two county commissioners as
well as Sheriff G. E. Johnson and
County Judge William Zwlck.
The two commissioners are
Ben Black and Ed Shelden.
Casey,, be it remembered, was
custodian of Prank Pence, noted
bootlegger, who didn’t come
back when sent on, a water car-
Attacks on this kind of
guardianship came from Zwlck
and Johnson yesterday.
Whereupon Casey replied to
vthe general c.Teci, that people
who live in gluss houses should-
n’t throw paper weights.
He asserted that Zwlck and
Johnson on a recent fishing trip
were accompanied by a bootleg-
ger of little of any less promi-
nence than the later lamented
Pence, to wit: one Dave Myers.
Myers acted as cook for the
fishermen, Casey declared.
Now it developes that Black
and Shelden were in the fishing
And county commissioners are
tho ones who employ Casey,
Mike in fact being under the
direct authority of Shelden.
What Black Says.
Shelden was not at the court
house Tuesday, but Black spoke
for both. He said they didn’t
know Myers was going till they
got started, and then they
couldn't say anything about It.
without offending Sheriff John-
son. who invited Dave.
Johnson, however, says the
two commissioners got up the
party and further ’deposes that
he asked Black and Shelden if
they wanted Myers along and
that they said it would be the
LOCAL MAN GOING TO
Philip A. Weaver, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank M. Weaver, will
leave Oklahoma City Thursday
to go immediately for France or
Italy as a U. S. army aviator.
Weaver successfully complet-
ed training at aviation school at
Austin, Texas, last week, and
has spent the past two days
with bis parents.
He enrolled In* officers train-
ing school last May, and after
two months at Ft. Logan H.
Roots transferred to the aviation
section. Weaver's training haa
been chiefly In the technique
of flying, tho he made a few
trial flights successfully.
“They were very brief,” he
said. “I only wr t up 4000
Thomas Htghley, Jr., son of
Judge and Mrs. J. T. Highley,
Is another Oklahoma City boy
studying aviation at Austin.
WORLD’S BESTIR ASPUTIN'S
AERO ENHK DEATH STORY
IS PERFECTED NOW IS TOLD
Boys, let's send Red Cameron
after a bucket of suds!
Financially* speaking, Mike
Fact of the matter Is, accord ,
" Rig to Johnson, Dave Myers was | Casejr has one Pence less,
in personal custody of the sheriff - • • *
while his bond was being inves-
tigated, and therefore very prop-
erly belonged with, the sheriff
wherever that official went.
"What's more, he is still in
m> custody,” snapped the sher-
iff. “And unless the jail Is
burglarized, he will remain In
"As for the men who escaped
from Mike Casey, they were not
under my jurisdiction. Casey is
no employe of mine, and I am
not responsible for anything he
does. He works for the county
Defending conduct of the road
gangs, Commissioner Ben Black
and Gang-foreman Casey, declar-
ed Tuesday that men were not
chained because they could not
do as much work as when they
J. M. Aydelotte, chairman of
state council of defense, says no
one will suffer from lack of
coal. But we use gas!
• * •
We lamp in our contempor-
ary, the Oklahoma City Times,
the following. "There were
tears In the eyes of Dean Bate
when Mr. Laughbaum had con-
cluded his speech,” on the altar
'I have hay
Dean Bate said:
• • *
Tears, idle tears:
All of which Indicates that
perhaps it was Golden Rod that
put the laugh In Laughbaum.
__________ However, speaking In general
Our guards only get $60 a i about the altar wine dispute.
Malm 140 M3m an Hoar in
Rigid Toot and Gives U. S.
Air Mastery Which May
End Strnggis Across Soo.
Washington, Sept. 11-^-Am •!
can aerial supremacy Is asst —i
The All-American avlat j
motor has just completed the
full , series of tests, including
a 50-hour run, In which it far
surpassed even the expectations
of Its designers, and put to
shame the carping critics who
scoffed at the Idea of the U. S.
developing such an engine in
less than a year.
By a succeeslon of engineer-
ing and manufacturing miracles
American engine experts, work-
ing night and day, have per-
fected in three months an en-
gine of enormous power, excep-
tional flexibility and remarkable
"The greatest engine In the
world,” experts who know the
best product of the French, Eng-
lish, Italian and German air-
plane factories call it. And this
judgment has been completely
established by tests far more se-
vere than those of any other na-
tion, conducted by the U. S.
bureau of standards.
One hundred, forty miles an
hour—two and a third miles a
minute-f-is the speed with which
this 8-cylinder engine will drive
American battle-planes thru the
air. This is equal almost to the
best speed foreign builders have
attained with tbelr scout planes,
in which everything Is sacrificed
for speed. The American battle-
planes, heavily armed and carry-
ing two men, will he able to
overtake and destroy the fast-
est of the German scouts.
About two pounds to the
horsepower — 380 horsepower
from an engine weighing about
6S0 pounds—Is the secret of the
marvelous speed this engino is
able to Impart to an alrplan%
Three Can Lift It, /
Three men can easily .lift it
and yet it will drive two men
(Continued on Page 3)
G OF C MEETS TO AID
IN STATE FAIR PLANS
Charles Edward RomoII Re-
late* Inside History of Rus-
sia’s Infamous Monk and
Hia Last Crimes.
Discussion of various means
of co-operation between the two
bodies in msklnf the state fair
an exceptional success this year
featured the meeting of state
fair and Chamber of Commerce
directors Tuesday noon at a Lee-
J. R. Cottingham announced
that the C. of C. would decor-
ate all streets for fair week.
Decorations will carry out pa-
Chamber of Commerce prob-
ably will plan some special pre-
sentation for Oklahoma City
Day, announced for Sept. 26.
BY CHA8. EDWARD Rl'SSELL.
(Copyright 1917. by the Newspaper
I don't know anything that
better illustrates the utter lun-
acy of the old system In Russia,
the system the revolution scrap-
ped forever, than the amazing
story of Rasputin.
Here was a moral idiot, a
creature of the moat depraved
Instincts, Ignorant, beatlal, an
arrant knave and traitor, and
yet, under the old system, he
came to be the actual ruler of
He put men up and pulled
them down, determined policies,
held in hlg hand the nation’s
Fear His Only Limit.
Hlls power was without limit
sxcept his own fear of the as-
All the government was con-
trolled by the esar, the czar was
controlled by the czarina, the
czarina was controlled by Ras-
Rasputin has put In the shade
all the king's favorites that ever
were written about. He played
a game that makes theirt look
like matching pennies.
Men in all the ages to come
will wonder as much about hla
figure as about hts almost in-
He was very tall, lank and
somewhat swarthy, with long
black balr that he kept offen-
sively oiled and wore smoothed
down on the top of his head.
He had very long features, little
black eyes of the kind always
described as beady, a large
mouth and a prominent nose.
With hla slick hair and glitter-
ing eyes he must have strongly
suggested the stage edition of
Svengall. According to all ac-
counts he had no charm of con-
versation nor of manner, and
his Ignorance was as plain as hla
(Continued on Pag* >)
IN CITY JAIL
month,” was the assertion.
"Men get away from the peni-
tentiary, where they are shot
at if they try to escape. We
hesitate to shoot a man here,
because most of them are just
convicted of misdemeanors. Er-
nest Smith, tho, got away under
"We have recaptured many
who escaped. Arthur Browning
got away two years ago. We
got him again. Ira Turner got
away IS months ago, and we
recaptured him. Harry Slagle
broke loose last January, and
"They say none of them serve
more than a few days. George
Robinson served his sentence.
P. W. Winslett. in Dan Bealer’s
gang, had served 6 months when
he got loose.”
In addition to his other state-
ments, Casey denies that Dave
Myers was on bond when he
acted as cook for the "fishing
CHEERS FOLLOW TRAIN
BEARING GUARD AWAY
With cheering that sounded
until their train disappeared
from the watching crowd of
friends and loved ones at Rock
Island station, Oklahoma City's
last units of National guards-
men started their trip to Camp
Bowie, Texas. Tuesday morning
A happy spirit prevailed
among the men. who had spent
the last few weeks in hourly
expectancy of the order to en-
train. The lightheartedness
spread to the crowd, but on
many mothers' faces tears bat-
tled with smiles for ascendancy.
Troop B with 105 men com-
manded by Capt. Cal Harrah.
and the hospital corps of 160
under Maj. Hugh Scott, made
the trip. Four passenger coach-
es. three freight cars and five
flat cars made up the train.
The boys will reach Ft. Worth
late Tuesday afternoon.
we are reminded that Mark
Twain once said: "Irreverence
Is disrespect for the other man's
God.” Think it over.
• • •
The News doesn't sell adver-
tising on the front page. How-
ever, occasionally it gives it
• * •
Here's one of those times.
• • *
Doug Fairbanks in "Down to
Earth” is a better editorial than
we can write.
• • •
Anent Chief Nick's Horatio at
the Gap stunt during circus pa-
rade Monday when his U-Ford
declared the terminal station a
barred zone, our staff pote
Oh 'twas a mighty race, no doubt
But doubtful wh'j should win;
Two drivers ran their streetcars
And Nichols ran them in.
• * *
If Tom Jones gels $1010 out
oi a schilling in his suit against
H. C. the war prof'ts man should
• • •
Local dealers report that the
entanglement of Scandinavian
countries in the world waf
will have little effect on the sup-
ply of Norwegian sardines de-
rived from the coast of Maine.
4-MINUTE MEN WILL
BEGIN TALKS TONIGHT
Speeches by the "4-Minute
Men” in local theaters will start
Tuesday night, with G. A. Paul
addressing the Empress audience
and Mont Powell speaking to
It is planned to have a speak-
er In each show, twice a week.
Another address will be given
In the Empress Friday, and a
second In the Dreamland Satur-
J. S. Ross was to address the
Rotary club Tuesday, on the
MOST OF NEXT QUOTA
FROM EAST DISTRICTS
Because western district ap-
peal board Is far behind In cer-
tifying men for service in the
new national army, Adjutant-
General Earp Tuesday announced
practically the entire 40 percent
of the state's quota to be moved
Sept. 19 would be taken from
the two eastern districts.
Earp Tuesday was revising
lists of soldiers, eliminating ne-
groes from the next list to be
summoned, following a war de-
partment order that only white
men will be sent to Camp Travis
Dallas News has printed a ln thet next Moment. Since
picture of Oklahoma Citv's post-!® gre*' “ore negroes have
r hoon H eertod fenm < Vw> on .« .1J .
office. Wonder if they're trying
HOOKER AND FULTON
to get hold of a cut of our “new
union depot”, too?
• • •
There's a "pen” in "Pence”.
Turn that name inside out and
you'll have Frank where he be-
• • •
There's a story on Tom Bo-
dine. that he once lost his lawn-
mower. and a visitor found It
by stumbling over it in the
• * «
Collars have gone up to 2b
cents! What ncckst?
• • •
And now they say Dave Myers
I is a cook.
WHOLLY EXONERATED HUSBAND AWAY ALL
Despairing at his troubles and
the topsy-turvy world, as he
saw It thru cell doors. C. B.
Allum, Inmate of the city jail,
made a startling attempt at
hanging himself Tuesday noon.
Officers on duty were aroused
by loud cries just as dinner was
being served the prisoners. They
found Allum suspended by his
neck to the top bar of his cell.
He had used his leather belt
as a hangsman’s noose.
He was losing consciousness
when officers released him from
his self-made scaffold. His con-
dition was declared not serious,
and he was allowed, therefore,
to remain ln his cell. All im-
plements that might be used In
further attempts at self destruc-
tion were removed.
Allum has been in the city
a little over a week, but has
been placed in Jail twice during
that time on charge of drunken-
ness. He was released from hts
first sentence when his wife
put up bond. He was picked
up again Monday night.
Mrs. Allum told the sergeant
that her husband was alright
when in small country places,
but immediately upon arriving
ln a large town he went to
MOTHER COMES TO AID
OF MRS. DE SAULLES
By (fitted Prrea.
. Mineola, N. Y., Sept. 11.—
After a hurried trip of thous-
ands of miles by steamer and
railroad from her palatial home
in Chile to the Mineola county
Jail, Mrs. Bianca Vergara Erraz-
uriz today conferred with attor-
neys planning the defense of
her daughter. Mrs. Blanca De
Saulles. charged with murder.
Immediately after Mrs. De.
Saulles shot and killed her hus-
band, John L. De Saulles. New
! York sportsman and politician.
____________________ „„„ I *n * quarrel for possession of
In session steadily, however, for j1 je'r Mrs. Errazurlz start -
the last two weeks, and that its!e<1 for . America. she was ac-
A smile from his father, a tear from his mother,
A kiss from his sweetheart, a grin from his brother-
So goes the lad to the fray!
Soldier-boy, keep father's smile in the fighting,
Hold brother's grin when the bullets are biting,
Bring back the tenderest kiss of your plighting,
To brush mother's tear-drops away.
BY EDMUND VANCE COOKE.
Written for The Oklahoma News.
COOL WEATHER’S NOT
THE PERMANENT THING
Tho It felt as If the palm
beach suit was considerably out
of season in the cool of Tuesday
morning, weather bureau with
its fair and warmer prediction
for Tuesday night and Wednes-
day Indicates it's still a good
plan to keep the light-weights
out of the mothballs.
The entire state was cloudy
the past 24 hours, and Pauls
Valley with 2.65 inches and
Chickasha with 1.47 had real
rains; little fell elsewhere.
Storm warnings from the gov-
ernment Tuesday ware that the
Caribbean disturbance* were
growing worse. Local weather
bureau, however, said these
storms rarely got as far as
Florida before they turn east-
Heat by degrees, 7 a. m. to 1:
. . .65
. . .69
. . .64 12
1 p. m....
SIBENALERS ARE SILENT
BUT OFFICERS ARE NOT
Refusing to testify, Frank
Sibenaler and wife, charged with
maintaining a bootlegging joint
at tbelr home, 200 W. Noble,
were each fined $20 In city
court Tuesday, by Judge W. O.
Both refused to talk, altho
Officers Slaton, Bruce and Heep
piled up damaging testimony
The story of how Mrs. Louisa
Sibenaler had tried to stick him
with an tee pick was related by
“She had the pick in her hand
all the time, but I didn’t think
anything about it,” said he.
"Suddenly she gritted her teeth
and drew back. I decided it
was either get the pick, or leave
He got the pick.
Sibenaler was found coming
from a chicken coop with a pint
in his pocket, but no more
whisky could be found on the
been drafted from the east side
of the state than from the west.
It Is feared the 6226 men may
not be assembled on time.
District appeal board has been
quota would be ready for the! coniPanied by her son and
Sept. 19 movement of men. was! , tighter. The immense family
the confident assertion at Secre-
tary R. E. Stafford’s office.
fortune all will he devoted to
j defense of Mrs. De Saulles.
___ ! Mrs. Errazurii was severely
__ j111 »n the voyage northward.
WHITE FORD ASKS FOR lhut refused to abandon the trip
QUIET ZONE AT H. S.i Arriving at New York she was
_ | m«t by Henry A. Uterhart, her
Ordinance that will establish 1 ”au*,^ter ? attorney, who mo-
'tored with her to the prison.
Mrs. De Saulles was in bed.
Her sister was so overcome she
could not enter the Jail. The
CHILD BEATER GIVEN
STIFF FINE BY JUDGE
U. S. FLEET IN
By Vailed Prttt.
Washington, 8ept. 11. — At-
tacked Sept. 5 by six German
submarines ln massed formation,
two American vessels under
convoy were destroyed and one
of the submarines was probably
sunk off the coast of France,
the navy department announced
Earlier ln the day the deggrt-
ment had given out a statement
saying probably all the sub-
marines were sunk, but re-ex-
aminatlon of the cablegram
proved this to be erroneous.
Musing U-Boate Now.
The department deduced froln
the report that Germany had
adopted the definite policy of
massing her U-boats for attack,
apparently having learned of the j
recent announcement that Amer-'
lean ablps were going ln groupa
The steamers attacked were
bound for Europe under convoy
of American warships.
The character of the snips at-
tacked by the submarines —
whether transports oi supply —
was not revealed. Neither was
it stated whether the merchant
ships themselves fought off the
U-boats. it Is probable, how-
ever, that American war vessels
were in action.
Is Second Battle
The navy department in an-
nouncing this battle without de-
tails revealed the second big
fight, between American craft and
German U-boats. The first was
when submarines attacked Gen-
eral Pershing's transports.
The battle Sept. 6. Is the most
serious U-boat Incident of re-
HOUSE WONT SCRAP
ON GREAT TAX BILL
By l ulled Preet.
Washnngto Sept. 11.—Tuc
great revenue bill will become
law practically as It passed the
Its chief previous opponent
Majority Leader Kitchln of the
house, announced today he would
support It ln all but one par-
ticular. House sentiment for
higher war profits and income
taxes will vent itself ln a ser-
ies of speeches warning con-
gress the December war tax
bill must levy more heavily on
big Incomes and profits.
Kitchln will insist that a dif-
ferent basis of figuring war
profits be agreed to In the pres-
The bill as passed yesterday
by the senate was reported to-
day to the house. A conference
was ordered and Speaker Clark
appointed as conferees, Repre-
sentative Kitchln, Rainey. Illi-
nois, and Dixon, Indiana, Demo-
crats. and Forney, Michigan, and
Moore, Pennsylvania, Republi-
FLIER DIES OF BURNS
IN FALL, FT. SILL
_ .--—r ... Special to The \etea.
Because he beat hi* 3-year-| ,.awtoni okla.. Sept 12_ Rod-
old baby girl to such an extent | erlck r Kennedy, the Mtnneapn-
that neighbors a block away h|s aviator of the third aero
could plainly hear her cries. II. . .quadron, burned in a 200-foot
G. Griffith, 416 E. Sixth, .was j fau here this morning, died at
fined S20 ln city court, by Judge j:30 this afternoon
W. O. Mitchell. The court fur- Kennedy lost control of his
ther recommended Jliat the conn- ] machine and plunged to the
ty also prosecute Griffith
O. H. Young, living directly
across the street from the Grif-
fith home, testified he had re-
tired on the night the beating
took place. The cries woke him.
He said the beating must have
lasted at least 20 minute*. A
number of witnesses heard the
erles a block away.
Griffith said he was 'spank-
ing' the child because he thought
a girl of her age should he
able to put on a 'nightie' with-
CHILDREN MADE HAPPY
BY THE LIONS CLUB
Thirty-three children were
happy in memory Tuesday ns
they were happy in reality Mon-
day. because of the entertain-
ment given them by the Lions
club. The children, from Sun-
beam home, were taken to the
earth. He was blinded and hor-
ribly burned on heatf and shoui-
U. S. CAVALRYMEN ARE
ARRESTED IN MEXICO
B, l' ailed Prtaa.
Laredo. Texas. Sept. 11.—On
orders of Governor Ricaut, of
the Mexican state of Tamaullpas,
two American soldiers, privates,
William Patton and George Mc-
Kensie, machine gun company
of the Third U. S. Cavalry, were
surrendered today to Sheriff To-
bin. Bexar-co, Texas, at the In-
ternational border by Mexican
The two men were charged
with killing Leo Burns, a chauf-
feur. nine miles out or San An-
IIU l sited Pren.
Chicago, Sept. 11.-—War crops
in tho middlewest were heavily
damaged by the frosts of Sun-
day night and last night.
Corn, potatoes, beans and
lesser crops all suffered.
Sunday's frost was general
thruout Wisconsin, North and
South Dakota Minnesota. North-
ern Iowa and Michigan. Last
ders and tho lower part of hlsjnight the frost was more severe
Battle Expected Momentarily
•t Luca Where Revolted*
Advance Guard Haa Reach*
ad Kerensky la
PEACE BY NEW YEAR’S
IS BENEDICT’S HOPE
By I'niled Preaa.
Rome, Sept. 11.—Pope Bene-
dict is optimistic in the hope of
peace negotiations before Christ-
mas with an ending of the war
by New Years or early in the
spring, according to Vatican re-
| Presumably this optimism was
based on expressed hope of Vat-
ican authorities today that the
central powers ln replying to the
pope’s peace note would outline
their precise conditions of peace
whirh might honorably he ac-
ceptable to the entente.
HUNS MELT STATUES
TO MAKE BULLETS
in some sections of these state*
and it extended southward to
central Illinois and Indiana and
eastward into Ohio.
Ice formed at Dekalb, ills.,
about 50 miles west of Chicago.
Freezing temperatures were re-
ported from widely scattered
There are about 730,000,000
bushels of corn In the states af-
fected. Some experts estimated ! however, that
that more than 20 per cent of
this was immature enough to he
rendered useless for anything
but silos by a killing frost.
I^ate potatoes, beans, cucum-
bers, tomatoes, squash, pump-
kins and tobacco were the other
B, Vailed Preia. j
Petrograd, Sept. 11,—A MN
gallon of Mnssulmen amt tq
plead with trnnpa of their
tionallty now xnrrhltig .pt—^
the provisional government under
General Kornlloff. not to par*
Uelpate today reported their ef«
fort# had hem fruitlm*. Hu*
elan divisions, formerly com*
mended by General Koralloff,
have reached Vyrltan, tt mtlee
front Petrograd. The troopa are
marching from Pakoff to the
BY WM. G. 8HKPHBU)
United Preae Staff Correspondent
Petrograd, Sept. 11.—Neva oC
the first battle between the
forces of militarism and of de-.
mocracy at Luge. 86 miles front
Petrograd, was momentarily ax*
pected in the capital today.
General Korntloff'a revoltsr*.
or at least an advance guard of
hia main column, hare reached
Lugs, a force of local provis-
ional government troopa la sta-
tioned there. They will f|gh%
Kornllclf’s further progress to-
ward the capital ln his an-
nounced plan to seize govern-
Meanwhile Petrograd was stir-
red with preparations for rig-
orous repression of the revolt-
The entire cabinet resigned, t»
grant Premier Kerensky "full
freedom of action.'
Their resignation* have no%
yet ben accepted and the mem-
bers provisionally will continue)
Tho Cadet members, however-
refused further participation in
the government. They expressed
indignation that Kerensky had
not consulted with them In prep-
arations for putting down thet
* General Vasilovsky military
governor of Petrograd, likewise
formally resigned, apparent!]*
taking umbrage at assumption ot
military powers by Kerensky.
The premier rallied his forced
today In the supreme crlsla with
which the new democracy is now,
faced. Firm confidence was ex-
pressed by his supporters.
Of foremost significance was
the action of a deputation of
Cossacks in calling on Keren-
sky and pledging their assist-
ance in the prevention of civil
war. They promised to do all
In their power to erfect a settle-
ment of differences betwen the
provisional government and Gen-
Hope for Mediation.
Since Korniloff'a principal
supporters, as reported here, are
Cossack regiments, the effect of
this pledge was to revive hopes
here of an amicable adjustment
of the revolt, despite Korniloff'a
The Cossack delegation left
for front headquarters immedi-
ately after conferring with Ker-
ensky, hoping to begin their
mediation at once.
Kornlloff announced he would
not relinquish his command of
the army and that he would not
arrest M. I'hllonenko, a pro-
visional government commission-
er stationed at main army head-
quarters. Philonenko had been
branded a traitor by Kerensky.
Heretofore Komiioff slmpyl
IgnoifcU Kerensky's demands,
furnishing no explanation. His
formal announcement today,
be would disre*
DEATH LEGION STAYS
LOYAL TO KERENSKY
NATION Al. I.EAUl'g.
Hrooklyn at New York.
KErne. 'Jlantft 3 run*, 9 hit*. 1
ror, Lodgers 2 run#, tJ hit*. I
Special to The Xnre.
Copenhagen. Sept. 11— A Ber
Sin dispatch reports that it has'ror. ba'ttai le*. Salta-' and McCarty. The "Legion of Death” was
been decided to melt down j 1.'adore and Kru-g-r ■ reforming today, ready to fight
bronze statues for munition pur- ,. K?h?r<? fnnt’oK ‘bimerles. ' wber?Ter ,h(>v ma-v be ordered,
poses. 'and rtai-lden, Coombs and Miller, ! \\ e must show the world w*e
The Munich correspondent of; Philadelphia at Boston. first are willing to die for Russia,”
the Lokal Anzieger reports that Knr"<'3 ruJJ"- ln h'*1' ! rr-, declared Madame Butchkoreva.
orders for the expropriation of j biu.riei. Barnes and Traaeaso”!!f°m,n*nder of the legion, as she
statue* have already been Issued | fttx-y ,mj Killif»r ’ | loft w ith a score of women re-
in Bavaria. Second game Ho-ton 0. Phils n. |<Tuits for Moscow, there to
gard ail Kerensky's orders defi-
nitely places him as a leader of
The Workmen's and Soldiers"
council in Petrograd held a
hasty meetdiig today. The mili-
tary section sent delegates to
meet Kornlloff and blB revolting
troops and endeavor to pursuade
them from their course.
Arrest Kornlloff Men.
Eighty Kornlloff supporters
i in Petrograd were arrested to-
ft,, 1 tilled preen. 1 «'•>' in a dragnet apj^pd over
Petrograd Sept 11 -Rug 'he whole city by the premier,
sia's women soldiers will die, Complete military law prevails
1Fi,'*t I for Premier Kerenskv if need ,,vpr ,he <'al>"»' Order con-
1 tinues on the streets and the
] down town crowds last night
did not exceed normal
The provisional government is
continuing its efforts to have
Supreme court Tuesday die-j NIGHT; SHE KILLS HIM
missed finally the disbarment! Hi laitrd Prett.
proceedings brought against j Chicago. Sept. 11. Dr. George idistract students' attention
Judge Sam Hooker and Elmer ! Eisenbrand. 47,
Fulton, local attorneys, by S. P. horn- last night.
Render. His wife today went
The action ratified the re-1 office in the Repnblic building
port of George Ramsey, Musko- | and sbo*. him dead She gave
’«**. referee. I herself up
a quiet zone around highschool,
stop loitering, or parkings cars in
the school block, was to be pro-
posed at city commission meet-,. ,,
ing Tuesday afternoon by Finan- , m. ^ W! occupy Mrs. De Saul-
cer Mike Donnelly. ,®s m*n,ion Cross Ways—un-
Supt. J. A Whiteford asked!'11 af'er ,h* ,rlaI
for the measure Boys congr—- __
|gate around the highschool, and MILLIONS TO ITALY
car* j By I ailed Preae.
go are run around the building ] Washington. Sept. 11 Secre-
, klaxons are sounded. j cary MrAdoo today announced
to hi* A car driven by hnr«, with • advam-ment of a $55,000,000
a monkey sitting on the radia- : credit to Italy, making a total
tor, Monday, precipitated the ^advanced to the alliee to date of
MILK 15 CENTS NOW
Belle Isle dairy jumped the
price of milk from ! 2to 15 j
cent* per quart. Tuesday. The
raise was caused by the Increns
ed cost of feed for cows, accord-
ing to manager*. A year ago, ■
a quart of milk cost a dime
Other dairies it is understood
are contemplating a raise.
RUMOR THEATER SOLD
!X*n<\*n AiI*MI ana Rather rootp women fijshre^s,
hR**r and Rump
(‘hioago. first same:
*hiraRO ♦>. (’inc> eighth inning,
batteries, Vaughn and Wilson.
Ruether and Wingo
Pittsburgh at .St Louis*, fir*'
game Pirates J. Parda 0, fifth
inning batten.-n Hteele and Wag-
ner. 1 *oa k and Snyder.
% HKHM 4 \ I KAGI §■:.
New York at Philadelphia firB*
game Yanks 1 run. 8 hits*. 0
error*. Athletics 0 run*. T hits. 1
i **rror, batteriea. r*u!lop and Nuna-
j maker. Bush and Myers
Second game New Yo^k 2. Ath-, leased
_ ;!etS'« !. ,«ec«nd inning, batteries.
Rumor, that the Overholser '"nd N'unam*ker' Novpp ‘
theater had been sold or that a ] At W ellington it. Boston 0. s-o.
transfer was aproarhing con batter.-*. Johnson and
summation s-'-red local heatr!
General Alexicff. former chief
of s aff under Grand Duke N'ich-
! oias. assume the post of cona-
How Kerensky learned.
! Details of how Kerensky first
_ learned of Kornlloff s revolt
1 we-e made public today. The
HIGHSCHOOL BOY HELD; premier received Vladimir Lvoff.
CATTLE THEFT CHARGE form(,r procurator of the holy
: synod, who brought the gener-
spe-tul tv The \»«.«. als ultimatum Kerensky was
Shawnee. Okla . Sept 11 —j told In this communication that.
David. Harris, highschool stu- ■ Komiioff s supporters were
dent and son of a prominent ' ' willing that Kerensky should
farmer, is charged with cattle take the portfolio of justice In
stealing here Arraigned. he . the new cabinet” which Komi-
• m . .»«!ifr,P9, jonnson a
Afnamith. Lsontn) And Agncw
cal circles Tuesday but could not .inning i.atierie* Bola'nd'a.nd Stan-^®° f,r a® officers know
J.ge, Ov.leakie and O'Neill. ’ always borne a good rapntation, ' He then telephoned to tho
pleaded not guilty and was re- j off was to form.
on bond' made bv hi« | The premier was invited tr*
headquarters to confer with %
Harris attended the Shawnee group there. Including Gutch-
highschool two vears and ex- j koff.
pected to leave today to attend ; Kerensky repLed to Lvoff.
the Eas' Central Normal. Ada. j "I never expected Kornlloff
he has I to insult me In such a faaftion
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