The Oklahoma News (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 303, Ed. 1 Friday, September 14, 1917 Page: 2 of 12
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dtrf, who succeeded Cronholm
at the Swedish legation last
February, professed his entire
‘‘Ignorance of the whole matter.
He said Cronholm was no longer
connected with the Swedish di-
From the American embassy,
however. It was learned that
Cronholm Is expecting to leave
very shortly for Sweden and
that he had planned to Journey
there via the It. S.
IS LESS THAN
i TWO BILLIONS ADDED !
TO DEFICIENCY BILL
; III, / nUni Prrnn.
Washington, Sept. 14.—Over
; 12.000,000,000 was added to the
urgent deficit-licit a bill when the
house began work on it today.
in:*ead of 54,81O.OOtl.OOC the
me.i-ture '.-ill carry clo►>- to $7,-
00 .t.o. ,000,
i a r
NEGROES WANTED FOR
KILLING, STILL FREE
Slayers of Theodore Caldwell,
negro, had not been found by
Lulu C'pmhs, 418 il. First, and
her husband, known in police
circles • as •‘Crnckshot,” are
Mexican Not Advised. j
The Mexican suh-seoretary for t liy I 'mini l‘rr*0
foreign affairs declared he had' Washington, Sept. 14
no knowledge of the situation I ton exclusive of linters,
revealed by the American expose. |numed duriny. August amounted |
He laid emphasis on the fact : to 669,351 running bales in!
that if Cronholm had transmit-I 1917 compared with 557,780 In j
ted any messages to Oermany—j 1916,* according to the census
via Sweden— for Kckhardt since ■ report today. Of
S-hool hoard action Thursday .sought
likiii ir* realigning various dis-| ( aldwell was attacked in the
ittra expenditures are for lrj,.ts jH expected to relieve con- Combs house. After loud talk
"unexpected war purposes," | ....sllon in a number ofthe worst I he staggered out of the door
Chairman Fitzgerald of the house loverorowded buildings, but will jdutrhlng at a. knife burled in his
appropriations committee said. lnot prPHt|v help the trouble in'threat. He fell flu vards away,
------ — ..mire sections such as the dying from loss of blood In a
'on' 1 JUSTICE CON A- .SCATES nor.hwest The plan adopted of few moments.
COUNTRY INN CIDER distributing the congestion w.-n HERE 1^3 AID
US IN MONEY MATTERS
February, they worn In the shape
of private communications and
subject to strict censorship.
German Minister Von Erk-
liardt has had considerable ex-
perience with American revela-
tions closely touching him. Ho
330,785 bales were consumed in
cotton growing states in 19 V7
and 318.493 in 1915.
Linters consumed during Aug-
ust amounted to 78,959 bales
in 1917 and 73^118 In 1915.
Cotton held in consuming estub
the diplomat to whom for- HshmenU on Aug 31 totalled
elgn Secretary Zimmerman ad-
dressed his now famous com-
munication suggesting a coali-
tion of Oermany, Mexico, and
Japan against the U. S.
Von Eckharrlt readily granted
an Interview to the United Press
correspondent and listened with
1,178,803 bales in 1917 and
1,353,135 In 1915 and In public
storage and at compresses 744,
059 bales 111 1917 and 971,578
Imports were 10,82 3 equlva_
lent 500-pound bales In 1917
and 7482 In 1916. ‘Exports In
A quantity of cider taken A Whlteford
.‘Sr. 7£,a,ri'r"°VhP Country ,nn- several ; Three schools. Jefferson. . „ J „
. L' I weeks' ago, was confiscated by i nam Heights and Edgemere, all \ llV ' nitrd Prm.
Justice T. F. Donnell, Friday. | (n (h<1 .same rapidly btilldlngl Washington. Sept. 14 - Lord
Fred Cameron and Hilly Oregg. northwest section, were hearing Reading, British financial com-
proprietors of the Inn, did not ltl(, congestion unequally. While missloner. Is In this country to
appear In court to fight the j,,ffpr„on wa„ necessarily resort- offer first hand information to
ease jin., basements. playgrounds! the American government for the
Henry M. Gray, new assistant 1 Jin(| make-shifts, a number absolving of financial difficulties
county attorney, was prosecutor.; |.lllnam Heights' and Edgeinere ; w hich may arise from the war.
--' rooms had no< yet been used. ! The members of the mission
I Work of transferring Jgfferson j expect to remain In Washing-
louplls to the latter schools will|H>n six or eight weeks and have
SPY ACT TO
SELLING LIQUOR TO i OUIMET TO NEW ARMY
_. 1 Boston, Sept. 14. — Francis
Oulmet, holder of many golf
Hy I nitrd Prr»t. titles and one of tire greatest
San Francisco, Sept. 14.- Sell- players in the country, has bee i
jing liquor to soldiers constitutes i certified for service in the draft
treason, according to U. 8. Com-j army here.
, missloner Krull.,. ■ He did not claim exemption.
By I nil'll Pratt. 1 “Unless it is stopped." said
Washington, Sept. 14. Seiz-1 kru 11. "every saloon in San
ure of 1. W. W. evidence, arrest I Francisco will be closed by the:
JURORS GIVEN RECESS
of German agitators for anti- j federal authorities and every sa-
war plotting in the Peoples j [oon keeper and bartender will
Peace Council are preliminary to j ^ interned."
wholesale Indictments under the ---
espionage act of June 15.
The department of Justice to-,
day predicts sensational develop- |
ments when the grand Jury at |
Chicago, special investigators In
Philadelphia and other cities,
and the secret service agents
complete their work.
The postoffice department de-
County court jurors have been
dismissed till Oct. 1, on account
of the state fair.
dares "50 per cent" of the Teu-
tonic foreign language news-
papers are guilty of "wilful In-
tent" to interfere
; begin Saturday.
taken offices near the Hritiah
patiently growing anger and lm . eluding Rulers were 470,4 i 7
patience to the correspondent's
recital of what the latest Am-
erican expose revealed. Efforts
to make him comment further
than his denial that lie had
recommended Cronholm's decora-
tion "because of any service ren-
dered Germany." were unavail-
VAN HORN SERMON FOR
YOUTHFUL, SUNDAY EVE
Rev. H. E Van Horn, who
will reoccupy his First Christ-
ian Church pulpit Sunday, fol-
lowing his vacation trip, will
speak especially to young folks
at the evening service. His sub-
ject will be "TaskB Awaiting
The morning subject will be
"Heaven on Earth."
running hales in 1917 and 424
539 In 1915.
Cotton spindles active during
August were 33,430,015 In 1917
and 32,329,303 in 1915.
Linters held In consuming es-
tablishments Aug. 31 were 114,-
055 bales In 1917 and 81.7R9
In 1915 anil In public sioniges
and at compresses 174.641 hales
In 1917 and 75,465 in 1915
Exports during August were
32,855 hales in 1917 and 40,097
In 1915. »
The world’s production of
commercial cotton exclusive of
linters, grown Li 1916 was ap-
proximately 18,365,000 bales of |
500 pounds net, wheroas tile I
consumption of cotton exclusive 1
The Sorosls Knitting unit
spent i he morning knitting at ood
the home of Mrs. Hay Haun
Garments, upon which the unit
has been working all summer,
The Hawthorne and Lin wood Embassy. Part of the tire will
districts, never rightlv aligned, I*,e '.'bent In New York t was
were also changed. Neither . stated and a visit to Chicr. ,-o and
school hna been overcrowded but ; other westBrn
under the old districting, Lin-1ma-' ^e made.
pupils wore required to
go to that school altbo living
The redlstrictlng will not
LISTING ROOMS FOR
List of all rooming houses
was being made Friday by Paul
Gotten, assistant C. of C.
secretary, to be placed In the
Oklahoma City bungalow. Main
and Robinson, for use of Xir
Any one with a room to be
Mrs. Harry LaCoropte, East i Basements that were In us« vacant during the fair period Is
Catulpa-st, was hostess Thurs last yea- in the Wheeler, Lhwell, requested to communicate with
day lo Arbutus Club. Mrs. W. 'Culbertson, Jefferson, I^e, Me- C. of C. No charge will be
E Llndley and Mrs. W. C. Me- Ktnley, Whittier and Willard | made for the listing.
Donald won top nnd second ;school will still be required. !-----
scores at cards. Mrs. Joseph Friday the week's congestion (
Marsh, 1525 W. 27th-st, will increased slightly, due to late ar-
entertain Oct. 11. ! rivals. Jefferson ran three
wore turned In and a shipment felt in the congested school' bo-
will be made in a few days. The for- the middle of next week. It
unit decided to send these j < (hen expected the trouble will
things to the U. S. S. Hunting |„. relieved except In the Willard
ion. Next meeting Thursday ai.(| Eugene Fields schools, which
with Mrs. John II. Wilson, 617'will still require d'able shift
E. Tenth st. classes In the first grades.
operation or success under the !
espionage act. This is punish- i
able by a fine of $10,,000, and
imprisonment for 20 years.
Fr.r months the postofTice ue-
paHment has kept p watch on
alFGernmii, Austrian and Bul-
garian newspapers printed in
this country as well as on pub-
lications of pacifists, the I. W.
W. and the Socialist party.
Passage bv the house of the
trading with the enemy act,
carrying a senate amendment
forcing German newspapers to
carry English translations of war
criticisms in parallel columns
will facilitate matters for the
. _ —o ------- -
T. Ori,. Out Malaria U( t„, 8y(tMn
T**teleflH form. .*»0t‘
of linters In the U. S. for the
year ending July 31, 1917, was
approximately 20,180,000 bales
of 500 pounds net.
The total number of produc-
ing cotton spindles, both active
and Idle, Is about 150,000,(100.
DANIELS MAKES WAR ]
SPEECH TO ENSIGNS lY w c A. DIRECTORS
IN ANNUAL SESSION
By V nitrd Prrtt.
Annapolis, Maryland. Sept. 14.
—Pointing to the last year’s
92.000.000,000 appropriated or
now pending for an Increased
navy and to vast bond and rev-
enue bills as evidence. Secretary
of the Navy Daniels declared to-
day the U. S. was In the war
until she wins. He was speaking
at. the graduation of the first en-
algna of the naval reserve.
Rivals Venus in
How the ITp-to-Det* Girls Banish
- Pimples, Blackheads and Skin
Eruptions With Htnart's
sssun ron runic trial
Mrs. Anton H, Classen, presi-
dent of the local Y. W. C. A.,
entertained the board of direc-
tors In annual business meeting
at her home Thursday.
The directors met .Miss Jennie
Old Colony Club met for 1
|cUosas on the playgrounds. Ap-
o’clock luncheon Thursday with proximately 125 children wora
Mrs. Jack Russell. Mrs. J. Harry I forre() to open air studies
Humill won top score at bridge.
Mrs. C. L. Bonnet will have toe
dub Sept. 27.
Elite Embroidery Club met
with Mrs. James Melton, W.
‘llth-st. Mrs. Bert 8chBffer, 418
il. Stiles, will entertain Oct. 3,
omitting the regular meeting
day because of the state fair.
WITH LINEN SHOWER
MOTOR TROCK BAND TO
PLAY FROM BALCONY
Republic Motor Truck com-
pany's 60-plece band wH! give
concert on Lee-liuckins balcony
at noon next Tuesday and lead
a Republic truck parade that
Mrs. W. C. Hughes, E
Seveoth-st, entertained Thursday
H. Cole, new general secretary. W'*L ° JJnf" uS
Mrs. Classen served luncheon to 1
the members who Included j *' ii’.y
Mines. J. E. Pershing, Thomas | Mrs_ J. M. Schell and
Martin. Prentiss Price, Roy Hoff- j ***"“ J, £ mu.
man. J. L. Jenkins. C. L. Stealy, | vlnma ^ Wneh«L Lh
Gus Tailleferre, Charles lfnby-11^adln® Hughes,... I* wheeled
-V. I n n„iin«r william ! H1® packages to the honor guest.
cka, J. H. Bolinger, William |Jn & wheelborrow f|ower dero_
Mee and Georg# Larlmore. , . .
The'extensions secretary. Miss | M|npg Tfly1or Baker
afternoon at 5:30, a program
sent to Mayor Ed said Friday.
The band will concert at Belle
Isle Tuesday night.
Unpaid tdephone bills for tho
month of August are past due;
if not paid by 5 p. m., of the
16th. service will bo discon-
tinued.—Southwestern Bell Tele-
Rowena Brown, employment sec1, . ..
retary. Miss Amanda Hawkins, I du|la Williams. Nelle
j i Mr. i r Josephine Krawl. Jesse Hlnchee,
T dJ ! n ?nr lunch:1*1™ T“Vlor. Frances Worley.
JnnMrs’ Classen’s h^use guest rarHe Taylor, Mlldretl Neal,
eon. Mrs. Classen s nouse gueBi atherlne Mmpq x
Mrs. K. W. Tucker, was also ft*n«rine i avis. Mmes. J. R.
A I l
° W. Thompson.
LAX F01— An Vi«iprov«d Caitira.
UxatlFB cathartic and
to complete fair work 'will
CaathMSd Frra Faga 1
A dlfcatUe liquid ........... ....
Itrar tonic Combines strength with palatable
aromatic taste. Does not gripe or disturb
itoninch. Me.- Advertisement
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
GIRL wanted to wrork In dining
room. Kaiser's Cafe* 725 N. RObln-
191* Mitchell Six. 7-,
. passenger; also Rtudehaker. R pas- I
jaengsr. Bargains. 4IS4 W. Frisco I
THE ROSE CANDY
SHOP NO. 2.
Located at 25 North Broad-
way, opposite the I.cc-
Huckins Hotel, will have
their formal opening on
Saturday, Sept. 15.
A box of our home-made
Candies will be given away
free to the ladies.
You are cordially invited
to attend our opening.
RALPH ROSE, Mgr.
N. ROBINSON ST-
Announcing for Saturday
65 Georgette Dresses
tl have a beautiful nack, shout,
deee and face, as soft, delicate
and fair a skin aa you ever
dreamed of. uee Stuart’s Calcium
Wafara. They ookitaln calcium sul-
fide. This is nature’s most won-
derful repair agent. It works In
the blood just aa does oxygen,
purtflea It, changes irritants and ]
nounced today he had
named vice premier.
That the "certain measure*"
proposed by Kerensky were for
severest punishment of the rebel
leaders was confidently asserted.
Cadet Given Place.
This view was given public
confirmation in the announce-
ment that M. Klschkln. a Cadet
leader, had accepted the poet
of minister of the interior in
the reorganised cabinet. The
Cadet party, thru Professor
Paul Mlliukoff, has persistently
stood out for drastic punish-
ment of all those aligned against
the provisional government, for
, that cause plnn>lei'"b)'"tchee! j death penalty for Treason,
liver spots, muddy ekln, -cseirth.
p ■■ -
tetter, nnd nearly all ekin erup
Dona, Into n harmless substance
that is lost through perep'retion.
■ It works like 'a charm anti Is the
moat wonderful purifier known to
science. Get a 60-cent box of
Stuart's Calcium Wafers at any
<Mf Store and then say goodbye
to pimples. A free trial package
will be mailed If you send coupon.
Free Trial Coupon
F. A. ttesrt Co- 3SS State
■Mg. Marshall. Mich. Send
at once, by return mall, a fret
trial package of Stuart’s Cal-
and for severely repressive
measures against Intriguers.
One other minor revolt—that
led by Genera! Kaledin Hetman
of the Don Cossacks — was
quelled by arrest of Kaledin at
Rostov. He wae taken into cus-
tody by tho local council of
the Workmen’s and Soldiers'
I party. Formal announcement
j was made here that Kaledln’B
I following was small.
I As tflr back as Tuesday aft-
ernoon, It became known here
j today, advance forces of Kornll-
olf's revolting troops and pa-
trols of the government regi-
ments fratqrnlaed out of Petro-
grad. This was the beginning
of the complete disintegration
of the rebel forces.
NICHOLS & COMPANY
FANCY GROCERIES AND PRODUCE
113 WEST CALIFORNIA AVENUE
Phones Wal. 0R4-2f.1l. (NORTH SIDE STREET)
Fresh Country Butter, lb.....................35c. Mid 40c
Fresh Creamery Butter, lb...............• • . . 40r and 45c
Fresh Country Eggs, doxen ........................45c
Cooking Apples, peck ........................UOc Mid 25c
Colorado Potatoee, peck ............................">Oc
Fresh Cabbage, lb...... 2c
Green Beans, lb. . . . .................................10c
Fueh Okra, lb...................................7 l-2c
Shelled Blsckeyed Peas, lb...... lOc
2 lbs. Best Navy or Mm* Beans ...............<......35c
1 can nalraon ................................15b to Hoc
2 cana Peas or Hominy .............................25c
We have the best line of Fresh and Cured Meats, Dressed
Poultry, etc. Auto Delivery. Wal. 984 and Wal. 2731.
| A Repair in Time
I Saves Nine
bring H tew withoat fall;
If mm otW tknegiaf»
lb not fail to bring it to
M N. BHOADWAT.
What’s the use of put-
ting off from one day to
another the clock, watch,
jewelry repairing you
should hare done?
Have It done now and
NOW Because the
worse it gets the harder It
is lo repair, and tbe more
you will have to pay.
HERE- -Because we have
none but the most experi-
enced workmen, who have
the latest and most up-to-
date machinery and tools to
Each an expert In his
the charges *re reason-
ST Kata St.
THINK OF IT
MEAT SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY
Fancy Prime Rib Roasts, per lb. ........................... 22c
Beef Shoulder Roast, per lb. ..........-...........................17c
Short Riba of Beef, per lb. .....................—...................12c
Extra Tender Sirloin of Beef, lb............—v---------------------22c
Fancy T-Bone Steak, per lb. .........-............................25c
2 lb. to 3 lb. fancy Frying Chickens, per b....... 30c
1 1-2 ib. to 2 lb. Chunks Salt Pork, per b............24c
No. 5 Pail Compound ....................................................t5c
No- 5 Pail Peanut Butter .............................................75c
1 30c Package Gold Duet ...............................................23c
10 6c pkgs. Gold Dwt ...................................................45c
5 pkgs- Star Naptha Washing Powder-----------------------25c
2 pkgs. Puffed Wheat .........................................25c
3 pkgs. Puffed Rice .................................—...........46c
2 pkgs. Kdlogs Com Flakes .........................18c
1 pkg. Cream of Wheat .................. 19c
2 toll cans Sunkist Salmon . _ ......................... 47c
1 bottle Yacht Club Salad Dressing .........................20c
WaL 266; 266, <56.
131 E. 6th
Their Former Values Range From
$25.00 to $79.75
These Charming Frocks are Suitable for Afternoon,
Dinner or Party Wear.
SPECLAL SALE PRICES
Values to $29.75 $16.85
Values to $39.75-$22.75
Values to $50.00 $28.75
Values to $65.00-$32.50
Values to $79.75 $38.75
5 Net Dresses, $22.75
VALUES TO $55.00
50 Smart Serge Frocks
NAVY, BROWN, BEET ROOT
Smart Tailored Models—Sixes 14 to 44
Tailored Suits, $25.00
NAVY, BROWN, REINDEER, BEET ROOT
Charming Models in oil Sixes.
■KNOWING HOW TO DRESS IS MERELY
KNOWING WHERE TO SHOP”
makix you the owner of a iilll.Y Diamond King.
Reliable, Roaenfield, blue-white, perfoct-c.it,
diamond*, mounted to youi* fancy—ON CRKDIT.
First payment gets the “stone" and you pay no
.VH' -DOWN AND 50c WIOKKLY.
115 Main. Opposite Kmpreaa.
■ ■ ■ ■
■ ■ ■ ■ ■
\A/«s1 rVnrt 3L ,
- Exploiting the New Fall Models In
Ready for vou now—to see and to admire
a display of the very newest effects in
Henderson Fashion Form Corsets for fall.
Those who wish the etyle, comfort and fit
of the much higher priced corsets will fine
their every wish gratified in thc3e Henderson
If we did not telr yo# the prices of these
corsets it wouldn’t surprise us one bit If y°»
guessed them to be considerably higher than
$1,00 to $6.50
We ’re Selling a
Great Many Blankets
Here your choice of
Blankets is practically
unlimited, for we have
many, many different
styles, various sizes in
cotton to the all wool.
A Cotton Blanket of me-
dium size, gray, of fancy
borders. Comes at 31.43.
A Plaid Woolnap Blanket
in various colors and white
-size 64x80. Comes at
A Part Wool Blanket,
size 72x84, plaid. Comes
Another Blanket, all
wool. In various colored
plaids, size 70x80. Comes
More of Those
for supplying towel
needs of the present and
future. These are but a
Large size, bleached,
medium weight bath tow-
els, 2 for S5c.
Medium sized of extra
heavy quality, bordered
bath towels 35c.
Large size of extra heavy
quality, bordered, fancy
bath dowels 50c.
Large slse, hemmed in
white huck towels, i2Hc
Now, the materials of
the moment—those of
which the new costum«,
frocks and coats of fall
will be fashioned.
You must visit the first
floor and see them—they
claim your attention—
and deserve it.
40-inch Churmeuae 02.85
For .suits, costumes.
frocks; a very line weight
and beautifully finished.
This is 40 Inches wide
and the new fall shades
54-inch White Broadcloth,
Broadcloth is still In
that class by itself—there
Is really no substitute £or
It, nor do we wish for one.
It Is popular—it 1b fash-
ionable—-and it never lose#
Its "sir"—for it !j broad-
cloth—queen of woolen
Y ard Wide Plaids and
The good looking plaids
and stripes, in entirely
new patterns and color-
ings—plaids and stripes, of
which we never tire. For
they do mal«e such attrac-
tive frocks for Juniors, such
good lookiug separate
skirts, and are ever so ef-
fective when combined
with plain serges and
Most mothers are
interested in the new
school - going children’s
fashions — The October
McCall Magazine is full
of these delightful modes
—priced ioc, 15c, 20c
We ’re Selling a Great Many
Red Goose Shoes
Here your choice of "echool-go-
ing" shoes is practically oxlimited.
for we have scores of different
models in these shoes ranging in
size from "wee tots” to the high
These shoes were bought over a
year ago. Reasonable Price*—just
imagine bow the wholesale prices
have advanced since the time of
placing our order
Priced $2.00 to
The intense interest taken by the builders of this
shoe—for the comfort, the last- the style and In fact the
whole designing is thoroughly thought out for growth ot
school-going boys and girls.
One can study and think more when one's feet are
properlv fitted and lbod, where there's no crowding,
pinching or rubbing. We urge you to tome and see
them today.—First Floor.
Open Saturday Nights Until 8:30
THE ROSE CANDY SHOP-NEW STORE:
Wfll kowo tiMtr formal
aa Sotiu Jay, Sept. 15. 2S North Broadway, opposite Lee-Hue kins Hotel. A box of our home-made Candy will be given away FREE to the Ladies.
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