The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 40, No. 126, Ed. 1 Friday, June 26, 1931 Page: 4 of 8
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The El Reno Daily Tribune I
THE EL RENO (OKLA.) DAILY TRIBUNE
1£L ItBNO I’RIKTINU A PUBLISH-
__I>«vl» U. Vandlvlgr, President
New State Highway Is “Murray Lane”
Issued every evening em-ent Sat.
•■‘n-“s «ndu t?u,nda/ morons from
.0, b. Hoik Island avenue and en-
tered as second-class mail mattei
under the Act of March 3, 1879
DAVIS O. VANDIVtEIl
m --•I- r-d 11or and Publisher
j'1 .......... News Editor
J. Miner —_— Adv. Manager
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LIVE RIGHT TODAY: —Boast
not thyself of tomorrow; for
thou knowest not what a day
may bring forth.—Proverbs 27:
poll the reason they contained
nothing not already generally
known, the latest findings of the
Ulckersham crime commission
have attracted little public atten-
tion. They were not controver-
sial in nature, nor did they sug-
gest workable remedies for the
Emphasis was placed on the
part politics plays in the selection
of federal and state prosecuting
attorneys, but the facts are not
new The people have known
them for years and have seemed
to be indifferent save when some
scandal more serious or sensa-
tional than usual has exaggerated
the real stale of affairs.
The commission sees much evil
.11 I he fact that the prosecutor's
olfice, with Hr enormous power
of preventing prosecutions from
getting to trial, its lack organ-
izution. its freedom from central
control and Its Ill-defined respon-
sibilities," hi a great political
0. B. U. Day Will Be Ob
Mrs. Seba Holshouser, of Sayre,
was a guest Thursday of her
sister, Mrs. bee Roy Ewing and
Mr. Ewing. 501 Sunset Drive.
Mrs. Charles Warrenberg and
sen. Bobby, Mrs. Alice Thompson
and Miss Evelyn Gaughorn left
Friday morning for Caldwell,
Kans.. where they will spend the
week-end with relatives.
The map shows new state highway number 48
Murray Lane, going from Kansas to Texas. Right ..
member of the State Highway Commission, who was instrumental in
obtaining the designation of tilts new highway.
to be called the
is J. P. McKeel,
Items Reproduced From
The Daily Democrat
of 15 Years Ago
June 2(1, linn
Within the next day or two
the Division offices of the Amer-
ican Express Company will move
to this city from Topeka, Kan-
sas, and orders have already
been Issued to that effect. All
express business in the second
district of the Rock Island will
hereafter lie handled from El
L. A. Chambers desires to an-
nounce to the Democracy of
Canadian county that he Is a
Perhaps In the large cities con-1 '‘undldate for State Representa- mails led by (llusllnlanl. They
have heard Constantine's last
despairing call of Christendom to
Here Is an Interesting volume,
which tint 11 recently could not
bo found at the Carnegie Library.
It is "The Long Defense”, which
is written by Friedrich Donauer.
A review of the book reads:
"Thirteen miles of city walls
with hut 7,()i)i» men to defund
them only a few ships in the
harbor to defy 5,000 Turkish
galleys. 250,000 Saracens pitted
against a handful of Christians.
'Into this melee of war, comes
foumoen-ydar-old 'Giowrnnin Grant
to fight by the side of his father
in the last stand of the Eastern
Empire against the
The El Reno Baptist church
expects to co-operate with all
The Baptist churches of the |
state Sunday in securing a suf-
ficient amount of money to meet
emergency payment upon the
J Oklahoma Baptist university, it
was said Friday.
That day Is Oklahoma Baptist
I'nlversity day In all parts of the
slate, when it Is expected to raise
Jll.i,000.00 through a free wilt
Members of the local denom-
ination are Invited to bring what-
ever offering they desire. Rev.
H. B. Wilhoyte, pastor, said. At
the Bible school or at the morn-
ing worship hour is when most
of the offering will be collected.
However, those finding it more
convenient will he allowed to
bring their offering the following
Sunday, he said.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Sands
and daughter, Barbara, of Sat-
(Francisco, Calif., and Mrs, Sand's
mother, Mrs J. L. King of
Oklahoma City, visited relatives
and friends here Thursday. Mr.
and Mrs. Sands and Mrs. King
formerly lived in El Reno.
Albert Stover, employe in the
office of the Panhandle division
of the Rock Island Railway com-
pany, is spending his vacation in
FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1931.
drink at least 1.200.000 bottles
of "home or "alley” beer next
year. That estimated is based
on an analysis of the anticipated
$2,000,000 revenue the state ex-
pects to collect through Its re-
cently enacted malt tax.
MILLION BOTTLES OF BREW
Detroit (IP)—The State of
Michigan expects its residents to
YACHTS FOR LEGIONNAIRES
L e t r o 11 (LP)— Distinguished
guests at the American Legion's
1931 national convention here
next September will have the use
of the large fleet of private
yachts operating on the Detroit
At Jones Fountain
During this Hot Weather
It s too hot to cook these days
Reno, Nev., June 26
Boulder City, the new
ment townsite at the
dam. in southern Nevada,
being established oil a basis of
the survival of Hie fittest," but
Uncle Sam says who can go Into j
business there and picks those
Saracen | that the Department of the In-!
,, I terlor think can best serve the I
ro the aid of Hie sorely I workers.
Canadian County Co-Operative Ass’n.
»s 12. 11-1/1 . --------
Phonos 12 - 13 - 14
J. B. GIBSON, Mgr.
SPECIALS FOB FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
101 South Rock Island
2 lb. Pkg. Sunsweet Prunes
25 lbs. Dried Prunes
100 lb. sack Reef Brand Oystershell 85c
21 cans lull Size No. 2 Corn $2.40
25 lbs. Pinto Beans for qq
20 lbs. No. 1 Great Northern New Beans $1.00
2 lbs. Fresh Peas for 25c
lijLjireen or Wax String B^ Hfc
1 lb. Fresh Okra j-c
1 gal. Apricots
1 gal. Purple Plums in svr^p
1 gal. Egg Plums
l gal. Brown Beauty Beans
1 gal. Red Kidney Beans
1 gal. Kraut
1 gal. Hominy
Earge Cucumber, Each
1 Doz. Large Red Plum
1 Head Iceberg Lettuce
3 Bunrhpg l<Ynuh
stricken city comes a little band
<>l Genoese, Venetians, and tier-
---*.....* '“w iniM' COll- I.....‘Maitt urpi I'NC J
cl It Ions are as bad as the commix-1 Hye from this county subject to
sion charges, but few persons will l,ie action of the democratic prl-
bellevc that prosecuting attorneys
In the smaller counties Hnd the
more rural federal dlslricts free
many offenders for political rea-
sens. it is true that only 4.7 per
cent of the felony cases in New
York and Chicago reach a Jury,
hut the commission certainly does
not Impute to the political ma-
chinations of prosecuting attor-
neys the dismissal of the other
9.5,3 per cent.
The illHtrlct attorneyship is a
political prlie only where liter*
is government for and by the
bootleggers. Where the racket-
tiers control the office they can
Ply their illegitimate trade with
immunity from penal punishment
for themselves and with the as-
surance that their competitors
will he "Justly dealt with accord-
ing to law."
mary on August 1.
Paris, June 26 in a night
uttack, the French captured a
German trench between Fumln
and Chenois wood in
unite in defense of the Cross,
"Within the beleagured wails
penetrate the cries of prisoners
tortured in the Turkish camp.
Heroic deed follows as assault
Hie Verdun , after assualt fails until al last
By ROBERTA LEE
CEVKRAL governments are said
to he secretly engineering a
move lo postpone the general dis-
armament conference called to
meet next February. The state
department at Washington Is not
included in the number reported
to he actively working for post-
ponement, hut it is doing nothing
to prevent delay and his unof-
ficially Indicated to Franco that
a postponement would not arouse
the displeasure of the United
The reasons advanced for a
postponement are not convincing.
It is not contended that further
delay would promote the cause
of world peace, hut that It
would benefit certain political
parties in a number of countries
where the political situation
might lie disturbed if a disarma-
ment pact became an Issue. In
other words, the politicians prefer
U run the risk of Hrnisnieiit coin-
petition and another diaslrous
war than race a political battle.
Washington's attitude is diffi-
cult to understand. Within the
monlIt President Hoover devoted
tin entire address before (he in-
ternational Chamber of Com-
merce lo the present danger of
war and costly competitive arma-
ments. and held up the Feburary
tlie long weeks of suspense are
ended and the siege breaks. The
long defense is ended. It Is now
scimitar against sword; Moham-
med against Christ.
"Friedrich Donauer in telling
the tragic story of this merciless
I o u>a.. ..a. i. .. . assault and of the gallant but
i • * *ue,d* 1,1 losing flghi of the- outnumbered
. Th i.ri idefender* of the Crow, has taken
th Jiat- m°ther al,U’d 1,y "i* episodes from the history of
the hHde* father n,e Eastern Christian Empire.
, re" H m‘rrled won,““ He has no need to serve from (he
stre.'!g ».1W07" ,,heU»«al here history Is so
street who should bow first? ; vlvl(1 lhat tniH,lllBtlon not
A. The married woman. ;, Jt), ltg Hplendor. Here, In-
Q Should guests be Introduced lnilh morp thrmill(, lhan
before or after they are seated | union."
HOW CAN I?
By ANNE ASHLEY
Q. How can I prevent bottles
from breaking when packing
A. Secure some rubber bunds
about a quarter Inch or half
Inch wide and place one around
the bottle near Hie lop, another
near the bottom. It often saves
Q. How can I whiten the
A. A remedy for whitening the
teeth is to saturate a brush with
lemon Juice and rub the teeth
hard. Do this once a week.
Q. How can I ripen green
bananas and tomatoes?
A. I’ut in a paper bug and lay
them away in a dark place for
a few days to ripen. Never place
bananas in I ho Ice box.
Ontario, Cal (LP)—George
Wheeler wanted to see what a
trng looks like while croaking
its night song, so he and several
companions repaired to a nearby
creek after dark to satisfy the
whim. A frog eroaked so un-
expectedly that Wheeler did a
frog leap, landed in a water hole
and sprained his ankle. ,
The Interior Department has
taken the position that follow-
ing the establishment of Boulder !
City on a permanent basis, and
after the hysteria of the boom
period has passed, they will re-
move all restrictions and allow
the laws of economics to operate.
According to Louis C. Cram-1
tom, former congressman and
the city's “czar," "the situation
is greatly aggravated by the
present economic condition of
the country, where every one is
looking for a more fertile field
and are likely to let their hopes
get the better of their judg-
"Had we throwu down the
ohrs," he said, "there is nq
question but that 1,000 buaines#J
houses would have opened up
without any sort of investigation
beyond the roseate stories in the
newspapers depicting opportunity
that Ih not here."
48 lbs. Honest Abe Flour____________ $1.20
48 lbs. Humreno Flour « 29
Ihs. Dewey’s Best Flour
___Harvest Time Specials
Morrell’s Northern -*- -—
4 to 6 pounds, in pieces
TEXAS EXPERT EltltS
Austin (LP)—Even the recog/W
nixed authorities make mistakes. I]
J. Frank Dohje, expert on earlyfl
Texas, and celebrated author of I
Boned and Rolled " ' ' —
Roast oi Baby Beef
KrPsih flrminrl I TH rTT t:---
"Coronado's Children," has been
caught in one by Bill Sterling,
Ihecollege-Hucated Texas Ranger
who became Adjutant General.
Sterling was reading Dobie'i
Vaqupro of the Ranch Country"
when lie discovered the book pul
Fort McIntosh at Eagle Pass.
It is really at lairtalo.
nnori onank ricnic
- - - lb.
* VNCV DRESSEDHENS AND FRYERS
Old Forge, Pa. (IP) An eiglH-
paw od cat reeently presented (is
owner, Terry Itensa, with a litter
of eight-pawed kittens. The
mother cat and the two klltcux
which survived are creating much
attention. Rensa said that th re
had been eight-pawed kittens lie-
conference as the hope of a
world trying to heal the wounds .....*»'-r*"*
"I war .1 ml business depression. ' ’ l,0,"‘ vo< ■
Can It lie that the Republican
administration at t tie national
capital Is afraid to face such a
humane issue at a time when
the whole world cries out for
permanent peace atid a world
blotherhood? Wlint special inter-
est would he prejudiced by a
DAD, I CAN'T STAND THIS
ANY LONGER! YOU'RE
6UMP'n' AN' 1 WANT
TO KNOW WHAT »T
<S. OUT WITH IT
NOW1 WH act's
th' TROUBLE P
CHARGES OIL KILLED CATTLE
Abilene. Tex. <LP)—Charging
that her cattle were polaoued by
ol) leaking from the company's
pipeline during a break last year,
Mrs. Fronlu Ames has sued the
United Producers Pipeline Com-
pany for >5,871.
TELESCOPE TO SPOT SMOKE
Detroit (LP)—Detroit Is noon lo
have a $350 telescope, perched
on top of ihe 47-atory I’enobacot
building, to detect smoko of-
fenders. The telescope, which Is
to have a 2o-mlle rang1, will he
preaented to the city by the Civic
I here’s Only One Answer
vou see,my Employer*) are putting.
The factory on half time for.the.
SOMMER,OUT IF I WISH T CAN GOTO
Their, factory at fvnjlsborg ninety
FROM HERE AND WORK FOR
FULL. TIME. IF I STAY HERE IT MEANS
HALF PAY AND WE CAN'T
t-ive on that.
if l <50 "RO FAVJL1QOR& it MEANS
LEAVING YOU YOUNG5TER3 SY
YOURSELVES ALL SUMMER
AND t CAN'T STAND
the THOUGHT OF
that ! r just don't
know what to do?
By LES FORGRAV1
YOU <30 WHeRE YOU
set Tm' most money;
COURSE WE LL MISS
YOU LIKE EVERTHH06
BUT WE NEED Tw'
MONEY. AM' I CAN
. r 3 POSE
That fe the 1
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or 0003 ?
it f,ports rkbkl victory
Fort Worth. Tax. (U»)- Mrs. W
T Atkinson, resident here, has
e copy of an extra tanned July
23, JM1, hy the Southern Guard-
ian of Columbia, S. C.. contain-
ing an account of the Con-
federate victory at Hull Run In
which Mra, Atkinson's father,
William L. Moyn, was a member
ol Hie southern toree.
KATTLKK KILLS COW
Salem, Ore. (LP)—Bitten by a
rattlesnake, a registered Jeraevl
cow belonging to K. Hawk, of
Turner, died here. Mnrlon conn-1
ly agricultural experts said It
WHN the flral case of the kind '
ever reported to them.
GUT K ITCH KM MARK
Juarex, Mex. (LP) in apprecia-
tion of the kindness Ihe tribe
showed him while he was on
hunting trips, Warner H. Grabbe, ^
Terre Haute, ind . enamel ware
manufacturer, has sent $800
worth of kltrlien were to
Tarahumaru Indians of Weaturn |
Indians, of Western Chihuahua
The Lost Is Found!
Vt«u.,\ne've iooceo up ooa
Cloo house and por twg kgm
an ah m moD4'Pauls roi?Nc
SVJMMSta-uvin- VCOVI OID
Too Dots rwD oor wares
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Vandivier, Davis O. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 40, No. 126, Ed. 1 Friday, June 26, 1931, newspaper, June 26, 1931; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc917883/m1/4/: accessed February 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.