The Oklahoma News (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 103, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 27, 1917 Page: 1 of 8
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Man Sun Hours ol i.igni t'hsssof
Rl.es 8*t* i>nvilffh) 4i]in> *he Moon
7:33 5:53 10:20 6:23 Q
Forecast: Fair tonight and tomorrow;
Hourly temperatures, 1 a. m. to noon:
SO, 31, 37. 44. 50 53.
Moon sets U:22 p. m.
The Oklahoma News
VOL. ii, NO. 103.
FULL LKASKD WIRE SERVICE OF
THE UNITED PRESS ASSOCIATIONS
OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1917.
Hunger Striker Is Fed jiro|QJ ||fj|JJQ
By Cstied Press.
New York, Jan. 27. — Mrs.
Z!th«l Byrne, hunger striking in
protest against conviction for
ssemlnatlng birth control litera-
ture and advice, was (grcibly fed
today In the hospital at Black-
wells Island workhouse.
She had been without food
or water 103 hours.
At 1 o’clock this morning she
apparently lapsed into uncon-
sciousness and hurriedly sum-
moned physicians inserted a tube
o her throat and forced liquid
oncentrated food into hor stom-
ach. She was then put to bed.
During the feeding process
she was rolled in a blanket, a
rubber tube inserted in her
mouth, and a pint of milk, two
eggs and a stimulant adminis-
Mrs. Margaret Sanger, Mrs.
Byrne’s sister, and a trained
nurse, expresses greatest con-
cern. After the fifth day in such
cases, she says, patients fall into
an uraemic coma from which
they sometimes do not revive.
Martyr to Archaic
Law, Say* Sister
By Vuiltd Prw.
New York, Jan. 37.—Mrs.
Ethel Byrne faces “death or in-
sanity” in her hunger strike at
Blackwell's Island prison “as a
protest against state laws against
birth control that cause the death
annually of 8000 working moth-
ers in New York and a quarter
million in the nation."
She is a hunger striker because
she has been "denied the inher- Absence of 40 house members
ent right to test the constitution- „ , , . .
ality of that law,” Mrs. Margtret ,Saturday led administration
8anger, her sister and co-de- leaders to put over to Monday,
fendant in the birth control cas s roll calls on the Shores bill mak-
OWEN SPEAKS TONIGHT.
Senator Owen’s address at
the Auditorium Saturday at 8
p. m. wilt be his last public
appearance before hla depart-
ure for Washington Sunday
His remarks will be in re-
ply to Judge C. B. Stuart who
attacked, before the legisla-
ture last Tuesday, the Owen
resolution to prohibit fedoral
Judges from declaring acts of
the constitution unconstitu-
FEAR OF DEATH LEADS
[TO MRS.COUCH’S PLEA
FOR PROSECUTION AID
ROLLCALLS DELAYED BY BIG COMPANY HEAD
40 ABSENT MEMBERS
BY BASHi M. MANLY.
'Washington, Jan. 27.—Judge
■Walter Clark, chief Justice of
! the supreme court of North Caro-
|Tina, la one of the strongest aup-
;porters of Senator Owen's reso-
lution to punish Judges for de-
claring laws unconstitutional.
“The love of ua lawyers for
precedent," says Judge Clark,
"and a feeling of professional
pride that five lawyers on the
| supreme court can say to the
other departments of the govern-
I meet—nav to thi people them-
tselves ■‘Thus far shalt thou go,
; and -0 farther,’ appeal to us.
| But this Is In reality thv de-
! f ance of the servant to the
(master the challenge of the crea-
jture to its creator.
"There Is no ro>tn In a re-
Protest against conditions at
the Granite reformatory, “from
which we can seem to get no re-
lief” waa voiced In the house
Saturday by Representative Hults
It was In debate on the Fitz-
gerald bill, to change the name
of the Granite institution to
“Western Oklahoma penitentiary’'
which it has been in fact.
Hultsman was the first re-
formatory chaplain under Gov
ernor Cruce and he declared that
his complaints led to the Inquiry
during the fourth legislature
when the Institution was referred
to as a veritable "Black hole of
The Fitzgerald bill, perfected
Ben Williams Withdraws As Result of
Pruiett—Fain Controversy—Letter to
noon when it was found, wtu
rants had never been served on
Next arraignment probably will
come Monday. Hursa said
wouldn't demand the
tn committee of the whole
changes the name of the Mr- by special attorney, in the prose-
Aiester prison to ”Eastern Okla- cutjon
homa penitentiary.” the
Selby Raps Federal Authorities and Asks1 ant»presence ln c°«rt the
J 1 j quash motions are argued.
For Extreme Penalty to Alleged aheru“njtoh,^ontrs^dU'Saturday
“ ~ the only reason for refusing
. . , ■ Couch callers at the county Jail
Murderer. "as to prevent curiosity seekers
from bothering him The sher-
iff said any member of his fam-
ily or his friends could get per-
mits to see him.
Couch w is somewhat re-
freshed Saturday and felt better
than in several days. Ills attor-
ney held a long conference with
The Couch trial cannot be
held until 10 days after district
court arraignment which will be
Expressing fear of what might you in this mutter that the Judge
happen if anything less than
the extreme penalty death —
should be alloted her former
husband, John Couch, Mrs. .Mary
D. Couch Saturday In a letter
to County-attorney Charles Sel-
by appealed for representation
Mrs. Couch Is sister of
i murdered Nellie Dunn.
I The letter revealed the fact
might he ruisl ad and that when
Mr. Couch pleads guilty ho might
find some mitigation, uecept Sir
Couch’s plea and give him life In
"Now Mr. Selby I do not want
to offend you hut I am appealing
to you as I appealed to United
States Marshal Newell, his depu- ________________
ties and Mr Fain, I cited States the first move bv the prosecutor
district attorney, before mv sister. if Couch Is hound to tho higher
was shot to death I court by Justice Donnell.
"Menus Death.” Selby said the Couch case la
nnNNPI I V urrTS a , ,1 "I know Mr. Selby, that you not bailable.
DONNELI. Y MEETS A I The letter revealed the fact takf, thp s.im, vll,w of this I -
GREAT BIG SURPRISE ^at Ben Williams Not-man sec- let|or „mt Mr Kam „nd the
'■ ond to be named by Mrs. Couch , f,,|t,.d states marshals took when
Flnaneer Donnelly was thun- as her representative, has with-;, waB ni, to (hem; but
defstruck when he got a bill drawn; that the ttause reverts ,, Iolln ro„(h t permitted to go
from the county Saturday for straight back to tho controversy j unwhlpped of Justice by accepting1
poh'int'i form "of government for *885.55 for court costs ln city between Homan 1’ruiett, attor- a |t)> sentence with all the proh
Wife abandonment ln Okiahtfr
declared today in a statement
written for the United Press.
The statement follows:
“To the people in the U. 8
ing corporation commission su-
SPENT 2 DAYS HERE GOVERNMENT BY JUDGES. police court appeal cases. ney first selected by Mrs. Couch, i nidlitli’H of escape 1 do not mean:
JrL’1 * uftlJ n*5i\e. “You ask what authority there The finance* investigated and and t’. S. authorities. | by escaping from ills guards, but:
I is ln the constitution for the as- found the costs accrued from "It means death to the rest escaping h> virtue of Influen- |
H. M. ByBesby, head of the'Fert|on „f suoh remarkable power cases diem ss^* and lost by the of us,” says Mrs. Couch, specu- .tlc! friends after tie has been In
Standard Gas & Electric Co., Chi- which five lawyers sitting in city ,n the county court. jlating on what might happen If; prison a short time -It means mi will be a felony If the house,
eago, which owns the Oklahoma Washington can nullify an act - [Couch should get less than the death to the rest of us. or. final roll-call, ratifies the
Gas & Electric Co., left today; - con~rPSs overruling rxrece- rDPTINrc Xft VAl«CD greatest penalty. I "I only appeal to you as a bill by Waldrep and Fitzgerald,
after two days of Inspecting the . , ...' th*v u MlatK Ben williams, asked the rea- weak woman can appeal to an perfected ln committee of the
------- flente or the court on wmen xney , ARg SENT BY WILSON son why he had withdrawn, put ! officer of the law to sec that in whole Saturday.
_ -the cat.se as follows: [this case the law Is fully vlndl- "Every bachelor and every man
bench as ha I ened In the income I 11| William*’ SuUcmcmt. cated. and It can onlv he vlndl who doesn't erpect to desert hla
Washington, Jan. 27.—Presl- i "Mr. Selby told nie John Fain. ' cated by Mr Couch differing the wife ought to vote for this," '
local plant, to look over other .,, _ . ________.w~ ,
f. nil >rw4 cs . properties of his company In Ok d, , fJ ,
preme in oil and gas matters, ; fahoxna ** views of four Judges on the same
and the supreme court commls-'
Williams men late Friday.
As perfected, the comml'°lon
one share of
eommnv. seven !
th° re .afr.-’e
’dent Wilson today sent birthday U. S. district attorney, objected , extreme permity ^of, the Rt w.^____ dared Glenn Condon, Tulsa, sub-
has cone on a hunger strike:
"She has gone on strike, re- __ _________. ___ ________ _____ ____________„„
fusing all food, drink anil work | bill provides for nine commls- \ company ln Ctilraak
Othei<®Kandard & Electil
to my part In the prosecution,
-f 2fl,nno shares own
because she was thrust into i ris- , sioners at $3000 a year to serve
on by a court w hich denied heruntil Jan. 31, 1918.
the Inherent right to test con- ] -
stitutionaiity of a law- which is
the most outrageous piece of leg-
islation on the statute books to-
day, the law forbidding dissemi
nation of birth control Informa-
"This archaic law, which ha‘-
•‘There is -ot a 'lne ln tihe greetings to Kaiser Wilhelm,
cons'i-tutlon that auth-rDes the Washirgton, cuiriously aroused ns he had before to Mr Prutett's.
assumption of .his un’lmltei ft rumors yesterday that Ihe on the ground that I am known
power by the court Nor Is kaiser’s birthday might be made to be a friend of Pruleit’s
properties In Oklahoma are a there a line ln any state const!- occasion of . new peace move "1 give Selby to understand
Enid. El Reno, Sapu'na and tutlon that authori-es It. on hs part, waited vainly, as d d that John Tain cant run my
Cli h> ,
“When Mr Prtilett wltiidrew mi(nnK k|s amendment to Tnake
r., ni the c-i-c 1 had a conference Bbandon |ent a more serious of-
M- mv frl-nd« and relatives and
Punishment Is fixed at tmprla-
SAYS WILSON SPEECH
—John J. McCarty, chief en-
, gineer of American Telephone A
been untested since 1718. causpc ... \ llu I mini P-r»*
aI " 1 “ “ income 4'n*i. the rest 6f the world, for the legal business and that I
-- i ,.In the income tax case at rumors to materialize. on’v woo’d wPhdraw from the 7]
1 R!)4 one lawyer, bv the change -- but would a'so re-'1
of his vote, transferred over THIS BILL LEGALIZES f"'”' ♦» he associated with Mr.
MIGHT LEAD TO WAR *ion,ono.ooo of annual taxation PRISONERS’ ROAD WORK Sp'b>' ,n ano,hPr pro-ectiopd'
_ from the very rich, who were --- Th- controversy between Pm
most able to pay It, and placed A b.li to legalize ecliic..! j lett and U. S. of f dais began
tliis burden upon the masses, who the practice which led Judgi when Pruiett declared that^fod-
a'ready paid mere than the'r Thomas H. Doyle to m..ko po!i< • era! men had In-en
ftor ronforrlner with you I had
• our word th »t tho 'iMfdMtnncp of
>'r B<*n F
'hBolutpL RucfiptnM*4 to ropr^Fcn*
• h« onn,Pnt fro,m on® to three yoars.
U ’tinms would bo „We Mnd a |nan t0 theypPni-
I have Just” been !*n,lary ,fo,r ,c*!*kea-
Mr Williams thnt Wp '•'rtalnly should put the man
Ms so. Vices are not agreeable to d«"er‘s, hls ./»">»/ nth®r®-
where he belongs." said Repre-
! do not want to tentative Shirley.
• Mr S~!h
‘mp'-cn vonr n-oMves hut vour
eonduct 1,1 f'ls case I - h'-vnnd my
ken Wbv von should pe-m't
I vour fr1endst.fi> for Mr Fain and
“Similar laws ln other states
bring the annual total to the
terrible figures of mothers dead
thru law-imposed Ignorance of
nearly a quarter million.
•‘These unfortunate women go
to their graves unnoticed and
their agonies and death unknown
Mrs. Byrne feels that one more
death laid at the door of the
government of this state Is of
little consequence as a life.
"But If such should he her lot.
and if her strike should end In
her death, as well it may, it
shall at least be known that she
died because of this same law.”
BODY OF SUICIDE
The body of Mrs. Mary Bar-
His change of mind had courts powerless, was perfected touch's appearance ln the city, | United Ptntes Marshal Newell
corps by President Wilson. Ito enforce peace ar"proposedBbv thus up to the passage of the by the house Saturday. after a federal Indictment had - ,lrfvp PVery lawyer out of the rett, who died at Emergency
—Bobby Jones of Pan Fran- : President Wilson might- draw the present Income tax law by eon-1 It authorizes hoards of county, been Issued against him, and: ragp that I sugip-st !s something hospital Friday n ght from ef-
clsco, and Dyer of Denver, in- 1 f ,g j„t0 a European or an stitutional amendment caused the commissioners, by agreement thnt they were not dlltg.-nf in | cannot under-tand. fects of poison taken two weeks
field recruits, sfg7i contracts with Asiatic war Representative Au- [ masses to pav probably three with munic ipal offieials. to work bringing about hls arrest, charged ,,))r U(1 a.F„, iH held at Street & Draper’s
Detroit Tigers. gustus P. Gardner. Massachusets, : thousand million dollars, which i city prisoners on the roads, rook with sending threatening letters | t0 vn„ Mr s„,. awaiting Instructions for its dis-
—Murphy, star half miler and declared before the National Se- under the will of the people as piles or stone crushers when sen-| thru the mails. j, ,pt \t,- h, „ E Williams
relay runner of Michigan unl- curitv League here today ! expressed bv the vote of congress ten red to Imprisonment as pun- Names Four Men. j,..,,, p r,v Sl.innn Barrett’s husband wired
verslty, must abandon athletics j Gardner denounced the presi- and the approval of the president fsnmenf or to serve out fineB. ' Mrs Couch’s letter pl.-ads that ,,ril|pttor , ,, i.vdt. k of Shav. - the undertakers from hls home
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Steel president, telD Secretary' of "President Wi son." Gardner "The power, thus construed to J®aP. KpP "’'fl,H 1 “ / prosecufflon Jean Day. form, r ,.Ynll mnv tnrn a deaf ear to father and brother of the woman
s.?. t.T-uT. sr»r
situation. jcurltv as hls stake. such an act as this without any 7__1______ °r SM,wnee. The 'after will be WP.lk .;»-f ring woman's wii'm
-—General evacuation of Gen-; “Instead of ever devising review or poseibiUty of review. m ,„rn remembered as attorney for de- ' , h,,p„ !ind may Mr S.-ll
eral Pershing s headquarters at patent schemes for universal and without any words ln the
Colonla Dublan began at day- peace, we should be strengthen- constitution conferring ft, is so
ACTOR. S3, TO WED
"End of Freedom.” break, troops moving leisurely ing our flabhv muscles and mak— exorbitant and unprecedented
"Women of the state of New ■ northward. i»g 0ur country secure.” that it ought not to be tolerated. Wilson, wbc
York and of the nation: To let I - -- and cannot safely be permitted Js playing In
SHINING CAR£ MOVED
“Already the hand of tyranny j -
has throttled our every effort to; , - ......„ ................. ......
'qbtaln Justice. With you rest? ■ "otiples were untied in record j auto «how, were moved out of
tW> power to voice your feelings breaking swiftness in District 'he Auditorium fp'mhv morn
"Birth control is a social prin-; jU(jpe Clark’s court Saturday In*• Tbp Rhow closed with an
clple with a message to woman- t _ _ ‘. *’ 1 * our of d.- •cin.r, fer the young
kind. especially to working T l,rl .g the morning session J8 j people late Friday night,
women, already entrapped as she ^f.vorces were granted, seven Scats were put hack In the
is ln the meshes of Ignorance." caRPs d.smlssed and -4 stricken. | Auditorium floor the speech .
SlTtv-tnrpp U'nro 6/«hA/lnla4 f«i« c*____s r» » . »▼/% I
I to continue.
Not the czar of
'Russia, noT any other potentate.
Forty shining new cars, ryno-; would have dared to perpetrate
sure of thou^pjds of jiairs of such an act'”
eyes during the four days of the;---—-
For Birth Control
But Rap Militancy
By ( nitrd Prrxx.
Chicago. Jan. 27. — Chtcaeo
omen social workers. while
unanimous ln their advocacy of
some kind of birth control, are
equally united In censuring Mrs.
Ethel Byrne for adopting Eng-
lish suffragist taetles.
”We are rapidly aporoacblng a
time when we will deal with some
phase of the b'rth control prob-
lem.” Mrs Harriett Vlttum head
of the Northwestern Settlement,
"We raise pedigreed C-aMle,
but we never worry about what
kind of children are brought
into the world.
E YE-WITNF ss STORY
IS DENIED BY WOMAN
Sixty-three were scheduled for, 0f Senator Robt. iTowen Satur-1
the day,_ ,iav night
Ranch House A rizona
Where Battle Was Fought
Baby” 1n New
York, and Miss
Edna E. Bruns,
lady, a re .to
marry. He Is
63; she Is 31.
and will be
-wife. Her stage
aareer from the
•tart was under
| fens*’ In tho \\ oh’h Impoa^hment
j Williams* othor withdrawal r*-
j ferred to, Is from tho oas» s in
at yon will profit by tholr nil'
j t;ikoF for I ■ *v to yon that If |t
madn po p ’ lo for this m'En t^
She leaves throe small
MAYOR FAVORS RAISE
IN MINIMUM WAGE
itfic th • full pi-naltv of the law dnv he favored
Mayor Oyerholser -aid Satur-
volvlng theft of horses from ' d<-struct|n'\ of life ha? onlv
Davis and Younger. Williams
had been retained to assist Solhy
ln these, by Norman people ln-
? Mrs. Conch’s letter says:
"My dear Mi Selby
"I feel so distressed In this
J the darkest hour of my life. I
j | want to say -nmethlng to you let
but I hardly knew what t
‘farted; for Mr Selby, I Unov
GALLERY IS RESERVED
j It seems a 11:o I atn la
| between don!,'
\ after a con i i
I ones—I mean
lend friends, I
' I have reeelv,-d
"Some haw told me the*
I Couch would waive a prelim
! trial and no |. sttmonv "
present' it and
then throw hit
Bv fnitrd Pr'»t.
San Angelo, Texas, Jan. 27.
The state continued rebuttal tes
Mrs. Fat Mumhy of
The above Is probably the only the clash with Mexicans in trie- bad been robbed of llaO ln ' a;d-
1 picture published today of the j Phone messages to Tuscon, Ariz., ,nl ,I1! Thp *tory sounded
Refusal of Harbotir-l»ngralre
i Furniture company to prosecute
Charles R. I’owell, collector who wuaons
! confessed to police Thursday ance and
night to the theft of *150 of the agement.
' firm's money, resulted in Pow
I ell’s releace Saturday. . ___
Chief of Detectives C. C. Post, FOR GLUCK CONCERT j mercy o' the
to whom Powell had told a story ----—— I of guilt; and •
of how crooked police are, offer Anna Gluck gallery tickets will , nrp nf j]f . ,,
lug a? proof the statement that go on sale at \\ eaver s drug store >)V escat.inr
he had paid an officer *50 to Monday morning. Mayor Over jaw
save him from arrest ln a poke: holser announced Saturday Onlv Non V-
g.'.me raid, encaged in a word' -the capacity. 440 sjats will b>* ,tl n„t ,0 p
dtt“l with Powell following hls sold. kind And
release. Gluek’a Knabe piano arrived Selbv- my fr!
I’ovre'l Back I'p. 'Fnturday. .unless 1 hnv
Powell finally admitted the j
-tory of squaring himeplf with
'he policeman was not true
Powell a week ago reported he
and fear 1! t
nee with lov '
this, a fain
n to make tin
count of advl
Mi*1 nrtn better than
"f f»hall ru>t rail
on you in
!)■ t son M- S- hv f »r
th** reMflf n
♦ vn’.j h:*vf* n •' f va»*i.r an SAP
for every «llr * t <i’ir
•tl.Tn 1 !i ■
vou I hop*' find pr
iy thnt G't<!
m iv direct vou 'n an
s vrr1r.tr fhl
letter ii nd ancwer !t
!n a un-
• ■ n ♦ will s ‘ 11 s f y the
jus*lrr and v
mintmum wage scale for city la-
te -cry who now gc' $13.30 a
.v new wage scale can't he
adopted until the nr
; made In July. Ita!'
ri* n. firemen and
ployes probably will
>• budget Is
* for pnlloe-
aer c ty em-
PITTSBURG IS STRUCK
BY TW'O MILLION FIRE
Sneedy Trial I^
Plan, Says Selhy
T a ppf n
i thin • nf
rg, Fa., Jan
. 27 Ths
f l» y
:cnv•‘vi or.e t
* t e most
f:r**s in r
r \ r 1;
ny wi »*n ha
*t %n '
ed at frorn
' rr * i rn
ranch house of Ned Hogan. Ari- ( 40 mlles north-
vaca, Ariz., scene of the clash » wi i*
between Mexican soldiers and **°®p* at Nogales
timony today in tho trial of American cowboys this week. Are Ready to Move
Harry J. Spanneli, all ged mur The picture was taken last W*< ' mini I’r
derer cf his wife and Major M. summer by Mrs. E. C. Mills. Nogales, Ariz, .Tati. 37. U
C Butler. wife of the manager of the troops here an n readiness
Alpine Overholser theater, who was vlt- move to the vicinity of .irivnea.
• fishy" to police, and after in
| vesticatton Powell was arrested
j and ronfe«sed. He had gone in
debt playing pool and shooting
cr*»ps. he said.
Powells brother repaid th'
■<5 amount stolen. Powejl -,s 22
married and has two children
He Is son of Wiliam T
Legislature Misses Demonstrati
Against “Tight Wa Dedicat i
X4«| tn T\r Vers. Hatnti parade * br 'he baa
Norman. Ok1a.. Jan. 27 i .arching aner the oval
$*ta1e legislators with a "tight column wa - •« v,np p
wad" feeling grow ng nut of de- depamment r- ed !n
air* for crntl economy did well carrying a
state witness under cross-exam iting her mother. Mrs. Mary A. following report to local head- .,OWP„ «,ate “representative from h0t '"IT* .?* ^ >ilat depar--.
Inat on by defense, refut'd the, Jjavls, and sister, Mrs. Phoebe quarters from the commander of t mn'e monies of the new 111) t,0.0 Deoar
festimonv of R. N. Pittman, "tar Hogan, wife of the ranch owner. Troop "E." Uutah ravalry. that p ‘ ____ ;aclenee hall Friday aft'rnoen
fate w itness, who ilc da- il la'el
vesterday he -
' ,itt. t':g wd'e and llut'er
T’lttm- n had sa:d he w a
Ari vaca is 2o miles from a Mexicans and Americans oattled
yoarnell shoot railroad, and s rea'hed only by there y. .*, rdav
stage, fayr M-s. Mills. Ned Mo- d nts feur--I ’
gin. *>„- brothsr-in-l.iw. is Jus- n g!-.: be ren. te
the porch of hi? ho" -e w-;>. n he tii of the pea< e, store ownar and Reports s
h ard a shot Two more shots j ge-jerai a!> around man of the ed fire on trier
w* re fired and ■ e ran into th'
yard to investigate. He said h
the latter were
place, very much like the char
actera pictured by George Pat- away from the bo
paw an automobile strike th- rn'o in his Mexican border ipc Vn>e»;. -,r.-
v ire fence in front of the house stories. Hi? w .fe teaches school d".»'hu "m
gr. ! heard a woman epy out: 1 at Arivac* er« A ?e, ,
’’TTarrv. Harry what did you | According »e fei«gw»s»htc teoep* a- . o*# to
♦v. t resi-
• j.t ’p
* n r
* vi boya a.-
’red hv t»
.>■ 4 • • om
T’nlversltr students were load- map'
WEBB COMMERCE ACT ed to the top boards for ]egf- a- pa-'me-'D ’
ENDORSED BY COUNCIL ,pr' who mieht i,p ”f "|p"t J r*”'
____ the echoo * for mot® toottj con !
in* i*t H»;rnv
/fv l mt* l Tr***.
I*itt*burj(h, Pa ,
And th** l«*alHlator.» ha#j *o
Jan. 27 Res-jit nil by not coming donrn
Had they coni* th«*y conldn
cattle olntlonH strongly *ndorsir* the
Webb bill, authorizing closer haze for^ back to
"We ! i v
banner of *
hou’-e.i in * •
**He!p " T
Tie# ty f farm
pom. Xeu lig^aa Xim told of
or*erat4or *etw»en American vithoot »*^reral prick* * r
on: • > ntercRts not* ;>**rd «n*nr8 *o ’•e*i,*nd ' e - e*
r.E m * h*y «»natc. wer«» adopted a, noe'/a f*ee<i. rp
the Nations. Kore.cn . s ,r Elrwt tho ."fir# •—'dsn' be«f» \e
Council to!*-»■- t fu.Tn^q u. * anoaa.x duut.j» tk. ».
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Parker, G. B. The Oklahoma News (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 103, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 27, 1917, newspaper, January 27, 1917; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc860333/m1/1/: accessed November 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.