The Oklahoma News (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 30, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 3, 1917 Page: 3 of 8
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-THK OKLAHOMA NEWS—PAGE 3
WHY RUSSIA I
THE NEW FRONT
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CHARLES KmVAHI) KISSI.IL.
Who Spent Three Month* in UuhnU I
With the Official American
One powerful reason why the
Russians appear to tfie world to
huve lost intere t iu this war has
has never been understood in this
country. If it could be it might
cause some of the American news-
papers to put a check on the der-
ma n press agency stuff again't
Russia they are now so ready to
When the revolution succeeded
nil Russian hearts were filled with
The revolution was so wonder-
ful that to the Russians it seemed
p.8 if all other countries must be
rejoicing with them and be about
to stride forward on their own
Faith In Germans.
Rut the country they hud most
faith in was Germany.
As they looked at it, the Ger-
man nation had been driven into
the war against its will and by
its autocratic government. They
thought the German people hated
autocracy and tyranny us much us
tlie Russians, but were kept down
by the physics l force of the au-
All the Germans had needed was
an example of rebellion and now
that tho Russians had won free
the- Germans would assuredly fol- The map shows the new Italian front, where fateful war issues
low. are now being decided, in its relative position in tho sphere of
Of course German propaganda world war Switzerland is now an oasis between the French and
in Russia took advantage of such : Italian war fronts,
a situation to help the German j
% cause. On the Field of Mars every I
Sunday afternoon 1 saw them at!
work telling the crowds that in- j
eido information Just received from
Germany was that an uprising
CDEER DYING vim sick cauT
found one. all out of shape Then * T)o the men In the trenches want
she gently put It between his lips smokes? Ix> they want them?
and lighted it. \ They have to have them."
After two or three puffs he fell Give a quarter, a dime a nickel
asleep. In the morning* when I a day. Leave even a few pennies
woke up his bed was empty. The in the News tobacco fund box and
nurses in the ward had rod eyes, some poor boy will answer the last
I They had lieen crying.
'Taps” in les* torture.
LOOK AT TONGUE
If you want to be Jarro,l -'i.-nr
out uf your usual nuimlruin rut
of ovorjduy (trinJ nn,l pleasure, j
transported from happy itn-lurky
Oklahoma City. rl«nt Into the . --
midst of the terror and aitony of [p (Hoss, !•’ K V !’ It I S II Oil
hospital at tho front, where our Itll.Idl s i.H I: Al.irolt.
own hoys will bo lylnft, many of M \ sVIUT OK IK.S,"
them before the month's up per ;
haps, read tho little heart story.
What the Nurse Said." in the matter what a!l. your
current Unites World. f ,Ud’ * W™ <1‘°rouK1> Uxa-
it is written by Arthur Guy lvo ■bould always he the first
Kmppy, tho author of "Jver ,he | treatment pit ch.
Top," and it is a pica for the
tobacco fund that m.uvs you want
was only a question of hours.
All this was a piece of strategy
exactly suited to the Russian tern-
•perament. The Russians wish to
be friends with everybody. They
havo also a consuming wonderful
passion to see all tho world demo-
Plainly, they said, the best way
to help along the German revolu-
tion ve want so much is to keep
our hands off. Let the German
SLASH 0. S.
ENGLAND PUTS BAN ON
BY IIKNKY WOOD
1 (I'nitrtl I'rvss Staff (nrrrspnudcnl )
With tlie French Arndt’* Afield.,
Oct. 15 -tlly Mall.)—Till* 1* the |
story of the "Mother" of tho |
French Army—the "Mother" who I
darn* the soaks. washes the linen, j
and mend* the clothlnif of the
million, of "pollua" of tlie French
When America ha* a bis army j
on the western front. *he will bo |
obliged to ealabtinh a "Mother" of
her ow n to perform, the same ilu-
The french "Mother" 1* located
In one of the big cltle* well hack
from the front "Mother" 1* a
big croup of buildlnifS In which
nearly 6000 women me employed
on a pay-roll that average* $100,000
a month. The machinery and ma-
terial on hand In the storehouse.
| of the "Mother" represent an In-
vestment of $10,000,000
Tho task which "Mother" per-
j forms can ho grasped when It 1*
j known that every French soldier
j has to he filled out completely
I from head to fo t on an average
of every six weeks.
Not a single particle of (lie old
clothing which he discard* 1*
Thirty car loads of cast off
clothing and shoos from the French
army arrives at "Mother" every
(lav. In the winter when the
"poilus" have extra article, of,
| clothing an average of 15 cars j
comes from the front.
When u car load of shoe* that; MailamP Komako klmura, Japan- "What can I get you. hoy. a, - ”1^, A!£ Ho -r^
have been picked up on the Held 0H0 llC(rrH,,( aa enthusiastic suf- 1 drink?" ‘
If your little or.? Is out of-
por j. half slrk, isn’t ic*iing.
to go straight down town and dig | :l ‘"s tt”'* acllng naturally
up every blamed rent In ^r Molhar! ....... tongue
pocket right then. , , , * ,Ure11,“:n th“
1, ha* to deal and It's .me too. 19 l,tlu afniach. liver and
with a poor Fan*,Hull lad who | l0w,',s »™ olcgged with waste.,
had lost bo'h bind* and Ids e>e ' «»"• Irritable feverish.
Right by the explosion of a homh. Homich sour, breath bad, or his
It depict* a* only Kinpoy enn, the Momach-acne diarrhoea, sore;
tenderness of tho lied Cross nurse throat, full or cold, give a toa-
w Ith the dying man during the "PH0,,i|fl,l of California Syrup of
long liour* of agony following hi* I''’**• an<* ln « fpw 111,11,9 all’
operation when ho ennui out from ">« constipated poison, uodlgest-,
under the effect* of ether and d,.s-1 cil food and sour bile gently
cover.’,the was sightless. ollt, ,<,f 1,9 111118 tiowolsl
"Why I* II So Dark?" | without griping, and you have a
"Why Is It so dark," piteously. I woll, playful child again,
then terror Stricken. "1 know, I ! Mothers can rest easy after
know they'vo pm my lights out: c,',nK humlrH* "fruit
1LTTB KDMAKO KIMLTPA
• - • >*?•
(loo,I Cod'. I’m blind.-" Ia,,lvp' because It never falls to
The nurse had a writing pad eleanso the lllllo ones liver and
and pencil In her hand nnd bowels nnd sweeten the stomach
whispered to him. "Dearie tho mall »ni' they dearly love its pleasant
is going out Do YOU want mo to Haute. Full directions for babies,
! write a note home to the folks?" I ehll,Iren of nil ages ami for
Tho "east Is east, nnd west I- ’.lorn- Foli-V I never had g"™9 Printed on each
west,” the twain meet in the cam- i any '.nre I v/as a ki«l. Home. *___ f,_ wuteiproof, tested before leaving
palgn for votes for women. | My Cod, how 1 wish I had one Ilevvarn ^ of counterfeit ftR u,.„,ry , omuand.ee.
Solti by thf \ ndertnkrr.
Ah1< your undertaker tu» shon
you fliin vault lCvery vault l»
of battle or cast aside by frage |t,,u|or
| - I soldiers arrives, they are llrst .---
London, Oct. 11.—(By Mail.)— I ROr|C(i |lnil then disinfected. If a
With one stroke of his pen the I h(>e ,g not Wonh repairing 'hp| INDIAN OPERA SOLOIST
homo secretary has abolished ft | l|])I)prs nrp cut off, wooden soles |
| public nuisance and released a lot I on Hn,i they become at
of husky men for war work. ,)nce the n)nst practical kind of
He has prohibited whistling for | ^ tvPnr|, sh„P. of the few bits of
'taxicabs. In Lonuon one doesn't, lp!lti)P1. t|,at alone remain from
! telephone for a taxicab. You pick CHr|oml „f shoes, buttons are
them up as they pass. So the ‘ fur lho 0uuhlng of war pris-
practice of whistling for them
■No, where's my makings? 1 llf ,,’|R9;" Ibon see that It ory |-„„rih nnd lloualnn Xts.
| Is niudo by ihn California Fig oiu.ahoma city.
Syrup Company. — Advertise-
nnd I wont. 1
Matinee Cirl li
people alone and they will rise, to tho horrors of war.
kick out the kaiser, proclaim tho Most, if not all, of tho sweetness day nnd most of the night, It was
Uermnn republic and bo our j hus gono out of her life, not to impossible to gel out of the range
brothers. return until peace is declared. ] of the whistle blasts.
You can't say they were wholly I The bombshell that has wrecked: nut it finally was concluded—
unreasonable about tliis. Provided h,,r happiness is Herbert Hoover's after throe years of agitation—that
the German people had any sense drastic restriction of tho uso of the whistling wasn't good for bos
of revolt it was the way to en- j su.,.u. jor eandy. Sugar is Impera- pital patients and convalescents,
courage it, and if the revolt should tlv,eiy nt-eclt-,l for our soldiers und
come, of course tho war would . t|)0 B0idier8 «f our allies,
end automatically. Some Comparisons.
The Drama's End. rneb; Sam's candy bill—of which
An incident that occurred in ; JliHH jlalinpe oirl pays a large
Juno near tho llumantan front | part_lH ah„ut two-thirds as large
tended to bring some of these fta t,|e tola, px,,endlture in this
good people back to realities. I country for butter; Just a little less
A body of enthusiastic Russian than one-third our total wheat-
troops, certain the Germans were I flour buslness; slightly larger than
ready to rise and only needed a ol|r t0|a| expenditures for canned j --
little encouragement, sent over to j um, progervea fruits und vegetables, | IIAItRY l» IH NT.
ami about two-thirds as much as Washington, kov. a. — Altho
our total bakery business. congress exempted food retailers
In l'Jl-4 we spent for confec- from tiie f00d bill license provls-
All army coats and trousers go
thru this restoration. If It is not
possible to save the whole gnr»
mont. every piece of cloth that
- - , .. . Is still good Is cut out and saved,
whistle. The result was that all | _ these millions of pieces of
nr) twne) lit* f 1 I II t 1 t 1 ' T1 l It \Yi I S . .. t a... Kill
__ j grew up. Every hotel und many
1VARKY II. HUNT. private residences kept a whistls.
Washington, Nov. 3. — Miss j The hotels also kept porters
fallen a victim 1 "'“It good lungs for practically
the solo purpose of blowing the
little encouragement, sent over
the German lines 1G of their num-
ter equipped with printed accounts
ir German of tho Russian revolu-
tion and fervent appeals to their
German comrades to start some-
thing of the same kinu.
The Germans stood them in line
and beat them up with clubs and
Then they put upon the back
of each a large placard afid pelted
them with mud and stones back
to their own lines. The placard
“The Germans are not such big
feols as the Russians.”
cloth now garments are cut out
und made up.
From the millions of pieces,
color experts match out every-
thing that has been reduced to
the same shade so that the new
coat, or the new Jacket that may
be made out of a dozen old coats
and Jackets, will lmve precisely
the same color as tho made from
the same piece.
Of the little scraps of cloth that
remain after an old garments hns
been ent up, there nre mnd« a
sort of woolen moccasin, cloth cov-
ers for canteens, the colored let-
lers and numbers of regiments
(hat the soldier wears on his col-
lar. chevrons, etc.
When sacks cannot be darned,
tlie upper portions which aie
want a smoke, a smoke.”
Were All Out.
Plie ratlin over to mo
whispered "Have you a elgnret f..r
that poor boy. Wo are all out,
haven't received any far ten days.
If Hie people al liome only reallieil
what a cmlsciiil tolmeeo I* for
file*,’ poor buys, fliey would send
elgnret* out. They ure Important
Sho looked thru my kit ling and
To get the very beat remit* lake
Dr. Humphrey*' ”Seventy-*even" al
the first tnerze or thiver.
"Seventy-aeven” break, up Cold,
that hang on—Grip. All Drug Store.
We rrhoilil nod recover your old
mnttrea. Jo.t like new.
Mile. Ada Navarrette, soloist
WYLLYS ANALYZES THE
ECONOMICS OF BONDS
“Ono of the reasons why this
bond issue was a success .s be
cause the business ir teres*« of this
country havo kept ti•«* wheels of
pUP with the Boston Grand Opera com
tI^rri,6U2^:‘ i^rTrar [orr Zrairap^nUyTylnr^ol^Tra-u^vM;*! nnd lho woolen 1 pany. won her reputation ns u co-
thin mounted to $200,000,000, and food’ udminlHtratlon's band* in any thread used .......... '
this year we have been spending ,,(furtive price regulation, Herbert | --
nt the same rate. Or: the nasi* of Uoover )ulM f„und n way to net
a wholesale cost of 16 2-2 cents ,ureetly in forcing retailers as well
per pound, it is estimated wo have fcg Ht()raye in,.a and wholesalers
Iran consuming tome 1,200,000,000 “0 accept moderate profits.
SHE MADE IT
HOT FD3 HIM!
knitting mittens loratura in Mexico, and la said to
bo a Yucatan Indian of the old
Maya stock, the first of her r.aoo
on the grand opera stage.
Rebuilt Mattress Co.
<112 V Utile. Wul. 1002
pounds „f candy yearly. I congress, of course, in exempt
11 this candy is 00 per cent! 1|lg tl)8 retailer, thougnt It v.a*
sugar, then 600,000,000 pounds of ,lo,|slng political reprisal from this
sugar have been directly used in j Rr(.at body of uealers. Hoover,
candies—or 300,000 tons. however, has no political ax to
.More Thai. All Italy I'ses. | Brjnd. Ills sole aim Is to spare
" hen wo consider that Italy's; l|ip mri), ot consumers excessive Tlie reporter got tills story "un-
allowance of sugar, for all neces- wap ,ceg I out going out after It.
rary uses, for both her soldiers j j, h,l9 ' no RUthor|ty over re- A fellow straphanger c
and her chil population, is only „ (|[)in ]esg than jioo.OOO ,F i Capitol Hill car line told it
1,.(Mill tons per month or 180,000 b , a He cannot say to I "A neighbor of mine, be be-
tons per year, wc begin to realize must c, only a fl„r ! "yelled f«r help yester D
........... ...................... j'f,1’ V1,t;ll,ly ,°U,;1 use of 'i0,V profit.” Rut when he finds a re-j evening, and I ran over to see
progress gJing ;rd must cont.inuo \ur1,1 t8n9 RO' randy alone may af- tai]pr c|mrBinK more than a fair (what was the matter,
to do so thruout 'be ocriol of the | fop* Ibe outcome cf tbo war. buying up excessive "The kitchen window was broken
war." j 71,de * government ' • eeulatlnn, he Pan gay an.i ,be kitchen floor was cover.-J
This features comm-nf by Jo„n watlstKik..,* place the total of our ^ ^ storage man or with pots and pans. My neighbor
N. Wyllys, noted Toledo motor 1 ^ candies as high ..y’u not sell to was hiding behind the I'-.ntry ......
n,sn'.s’Ml !-llvsLrur,ther'“',Ul "“'’'“I Ow total consumption of sugar this man."
Su/s LjU.ns fuither. I Ar))1 tjiat is precisely what ho is
“Money will he available for Ilast >°‘u , r(linjy do
. , . . .1 .. tlie basis of 500,000 tons for candy 10 <u>-
bond Issues only so 1,,^ as this ^ almost one.eieilth of our Retailers found bulling prices or
country is u,-p, i,u hi t I b - | ^ supply ln tllls form. charging unreasonable profits will
licve tbo public 1. .tl./mb th.it As war mcasur0i ,t ,„.ol). find themselves cut off absolutely
ahlt not more than 100,000 tons from their sources of supply.
"A salesman recently voiced ,l.o <“ sugar will be permitted to be Which looks as tho Hoover bad
sentiment that be hesitated to go | used in confections the novt year, found a way.
after business with the same en
ItuulltiB Allr.r—l.pc-lltiefilns llotrl
f.l-rry, foci in ; that defer, ovo should
bt made to the Bilxrty bond issue
then being placed on the market.
“This man had decidedly t):e
wrong view point.
“Bor instance, wo havo in our
homo and allied plants a payroll
ot approximately 30,000 men. If,
in our case, wo should fail to push
our business to the limit and in
that way keep money in circula-
tion and if, as a net result, our
factories were to he idle and m n
laid off. think of the money which
would ho taken out of eir'illation,
nnd think of the tremendous pur-
chasing market for bonds that
would 1»<* destroyed.
"It is t lie patriotic obligation
placed ‘ th 3 door of every busi-
ness man today to do all lie pos
sildy can to keep business going
to full capacity, nnd h< has Just
11s much of an obligation to tlie
ultimate success of this war n.s
the salesman who is selling Liberty
“Together with that fact must
bo remembered the fact that un-
less business Is kept up to top
efficiency, tho government will re
pU/0 only a small fraction of its
anticipated rn urn on the new
exce-H | rofits tax.
"The business man who lavs
down today Is really working for
the kai or.
<♦ *> * * ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ♦>
On Sale Tuesday
AT GROCERS THAT
frying l" make bis wife bclicic
wlir.t lie had jnsf to’’1' *>p'' ""
the until, and that was to the
off , t that 1a never would la- bile
for supper and if be was he'd Idle
off ins longue rail.it than kick
about the cat*.
".So 1 asked what was the matter
and the w ife ,'lueid ,'<■*.
"■Well,’ she said, 'I10 comes
borne lute and takes a nil' of
coffee and boilers Ids bead off
about it being cold for him. S" I
rays to him that I will make it
hot for him. And I does.’
" 'Yes,' chimed 111 I be 111! .......
'she made il hot for me ” iti
everything she could lay hands on
from teacup to frying p m.’”
r^ORRF.CT fit is so important :i part of
vV clothes that we make a study of the art.
We try to fit not only your body; hut to
show i,di fitting colors, proper styles,
fitting materials, lor you and your needs.
\Yc put a great deal of care into this; be-
cause wc accept responsibility for it ; if you
are not wholly satisfied we want you to
come hack with the goods.
GIVES FORCE BONUSES
Hi I niIni I'rcs.1.
Oernit, Nov. 3.—.lames Cou/ens.
I>etroi:\s millionaire police eommi.s- i
sioner, has disti jiar ««1 fi"»,0O0 in;
bonuses to the ]*'•;.• • - f'»rei».
This represents his salary of
$3000 plus an addi'ionil !ln| >0,
v. hie.’ $. • ii.as drawn from his pri-
vate bank account.
Rah llriir-ltilliiirdM. I.e» IliirkliiR
girl” oh. 1 »<*<
with tho army, «
bet I’ll t ke g-o
1 vo u
littlo like you over in Kngland ”
At tlie front Tommy nnd the children of
Branco are allies. Group* like til
Well, you ran
iitilo girl j towns.
be seen wherever Rr'ti»d
nre quartered In Frem 1
1 hi: mil i t: tiii:y i dok
I Hi: t.Dl Dll’. Ill I A TAI.lv a
\\'e Clean, 1'ress and li. pair joj
them and give them li tone oi'BS
IMS l i M 1 IDS Itv
Al.I. I .- W I. 01. ( Aid
A & A CLEANERS
llmiies \\ , I I • JO and M. 1 I dll
Now l*» < h«ro1ti*e *|'lmo—-Wo
lime it fine iimiiMuient of
iii m irs \niuMi **11 \hi,s
IN \ HIM Nil, \ Ml IM VI 1;
\\ m l i t; um ni; ( 111 u \ ,
MINI HI i I l it.
Till: 1 %sti: Ti 1 i.m
Emp ess Candy Shop
III \\ t*Mf >111111 St. Miiplr SOM
Hart Schaffner & Marx suits
here to fit every man
fhcv’rc (lttsigTH'd .for cxtia lart;c
men, stout men, tall men, extra larpe;
the lines have to lie different to j.;i'.e
the best effects.
But the style's in them, the distinct-
ive individuality, tlie fine tailoring and
fabrics. Men of these types want
these thing's as much as anybody.
$20, $22.50, $25,
$27.50, and up to $45
all bread were alike
—there would he no reason why you
should ask for any particular kind or
bread at your grocer’s. But now that
you know Bulter-Krnst is altogether
different from the rest—being Made the
Milky Way—there is every reason why
yon should call for your bread by name.
Say “Buttcr-Krust” to your j^-nccr. That
is the one way to make sure you will get
the loaf that is thin-sliccablc, richer,
finer-grained; has the Divided Slice and
Don’t ask for “A loaf of bread”
Say “Butter-Krust” instead! ,
MADE TH IS MI IKY V/AY
Use Up Stale Bread
Patriotic V «irn *'J| will ubo up
tbeir at a lo bri-a'I N<»T throw it
uway. Bight, liioxpthHl vo troa'H
can bo made with It. Try lho
recipe given hero. More will bo
given m tho .*-0 Butter-Krust a»la
from time to time.
“Blond together 2 tablorpoons of
ea :• I
labo a Hinooth
hi1 *w tire until
<■!' H'.t.e bfead
a hoi 1. ' until
- - .
Dec k e (3.
107 W. Main.
h; home of 11 art Schaffner & Marx dollies
Wr nil admin* the Good IVIImv who is ready to help
a friend in tin...... Inmlde, but t< he a good fellow of
IliB sort > t>u should first of all be good to yourself.
Nun e.'innot he generous unless you lia\e somethimf
uiili whieli to he generous; lie n fan* NV\I ami let your
Havings ineiease with >our growth in years and expert*
t m e.
Noil will find il a \ery eonvenlent way fo have If
vmi wiil Imi.y a few shares of our stock and pay for it
in convenient monthly pawmnts.
Oklahoma City Building and
en 1 !> Majcxtb' III,la.
I'll,m„ W.ibmt 2113
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