The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 40, No. 75, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 29, 1931 Page: 4 of 6
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THE EL RENO (OIvLA.) DAILY TRIBUNE
The El Reno Daily Tribune
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Issued every evenliiK except Sat-
urday and Sunday morning- from
207 S. Kook Island avenue and en-
tered as second-class mall matter
under the Act of March .'5, 1N79.
DAVIS O. VANI'HVIKU
lCdltor and Publisher
A1 Wilson _____ News Editor
imi\ si iim itirnov h\ti:n
II > Currier
One Year----------- $.700
Six Months ......... $2.00
fl hree Months __________ . * I 35
ll> Mull in Cn nn <11 nil iiimI \iljoln-
One Year -________ $ I 00
Six Months S350
'i hree Months |K35
ID Mail OiiImIiIc \Ihih* Coilllfirs
One Year 10.00
Six Months . s:; jn
Three Mont iis | 00
were used as a basis for expan-
sion of our currency, It would
mean a higher price for farm
products, and better business.
Idle in our hank vaults, it is a
j_|()\V would you like to board
GOO'S WORD STANDS: Tlw
grass withered!, the flower
fadelh: lull the word of our Oort
Khali stand for ever. Isaiah
a Rock Inland train for Kan-
sas City and suddenly decide it
was necessary to talk to your
mother-in-law or someone In Ku-
lope? As yet this on n't be dono
i n the ('. It. I. & P. hut It can
on two trains ol the Canadian Na-
w re Interested In read-
C. R. I. P. TO OPEN II
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1931. ‘
WHAT’S WHAT IN WASHINGTON
By CHARLES P. STEWART
Central Press Staff Writer
WASHINGTON, D. C.—
King Alfonso (it seems premature
to call him an ex-king, considering
the pains ho took to explain that
he was renouncing none of his
One of the most important de-
velopments In the history of the
Rock Island lines will become a
reality on June 1, when that rail-I
road, jointly with the Burlington, I
formally will open its new line (
from Dullas and Ft. Wortli to
Houston and Galveston, Texas,!
ing an advertisement of the ,hllH KivinK their •coinpanies for
Canadian National with the head- th,. first time a tide-water port
llii" "Operator, (let me London.
You can place a call on the
tamed International Limited
(Montreal to Quebec | and in fif-
teen minutes talk with your par-
ty In London while traveling at
Mi miles nit hour.
WILL BET YOU
•BNKHAL Slued!1 \ T. Duller
has discovered that the word
"hell" is profanity, with which
the air should not he polluted, lie
and Ills radio audience of a few
evenings ago having found this
out when, utter lie had (pioted mm
army officer as saying. "O, le II,
I’ll do It.” in the course of a
war story, Ills broadcast was shut
The station manager who tool;
this action did so In pursiltinec |
of the federal regulation to deny
broadcast privileges to any pro-
fanity, obscenity or other mnnner
of apis rli which is not fit to ell
ter the home. Protests which fol-
lowed Indicated thal there were
at least some homes which were
shocked more liy the interruption
of the broadcast than they were
hy the Devil Dog's tangling •.
DI'TTKRMILK biscuits, mixed,
■*-' cut out and ready to hake,
are now being sold In Louisville,
tli y're kept In a refrigerator un-
ill breakfast time, then flipped
into tin pun. a little heat and
they’re ready to eat. Wonder
what grand-mother would think
ol Hint? And some lusty wng w ill
say the company should go a
step farlliiir anil liulter the bis-
II'ST lo show that ill newspapers
,I milk" typographical errors, as
well as the one you are rending.
The Daily Oklalininnn p really car-
ried the name of Sam Hawks,
highway chalrinat), as "Ham
Hawks." Sounds reminiscent of
Sam’s hotel and restaurant at
Clinton. Wouldn’t a
make It more palatable?
, IN a New York store liulldlng
Public sentiment should sup |
port the government’s efforts to
keep broadcast ing within Hu
hounds of decency, mid of i niirse,.... . , . , ,. ,
• i"1.,. shadow eiiKt by the shopper
there is always a <|licslion as lol
when the word "hell ’ crosses the I
border of the descriptive into tIi ■ I
realm of the profane. Ii is bare-
ly possible, linwevir. that, in view
of his reputation for pH Ileus dls-
r>Wil'd of conventlonalllleu the
censorship on lienenil lluili"'
nay have been more than ordl-
i \ a
ilnctrlc "eyes" watch the steps
i,I shoppers and permit fast anil
nfe closing of elevator doors.
t ilOKED u rrii (.m il
’T’llK amazing sialemeiit is ntaib
* I hut the I lilted Stales is
suffering from a surplus of gold.
It. lias loo much monetary gold
lor its commercial health, It
seems, much as a man may ac-
t.iilre too large a stomach to lie
The world’s inonelarv gold
Block Is approximately fll.ooo.-
I’lMl.flmi in value. Of this the
Federal Reserve Batiks of this
country have $1,710,000,000,
which Is about $!i,000.1100,1100
halts the doors Tills Is ok lull
where will tills electrical "eye"
Roms Reproduced From
the Daily Democrat
of 15 Years Ago
I minion till, 1 ton
London, April 2:•. Parts of the
city of Dublin are In flames, ait
Evening News dispatch filed at
Belfast last night says. .Yit'-i
lighting continues and there Is
ill ill'll bulling, il is said, hut the
reinforced military Is make pro-
gress Most of the shops are e|os-
1 d and passenger coiiiiiiiialnitlon
b rut off.
and direct connection with tli"
world's markets. This project re-
cently was approved by the In-
terstate Commerce Com mission
and the new route adds nearly
300 miles to Ihe operating mile-
Preparatory to opening thin
new route to the (Diir, Hie Rock
Island has expended approximate-
ly $10,6011,0(10 in rebuilding the
Trinity and Brazos Valley Rail-
road, which forms a link in the
chain, and In constructing cat-1
offs front the Texas Pan Handle |
wheat and oil country, thus pro |
vldlng the shortest and easiest
grade Hue In that section to tli■ ■
Gulf ports. Coincident with the
Rock Island expenditures, the
Burlington. through the Ft.
Worth and Denver City Railroad,
likewise has spent an equal
amount. Tie new line Into Hous-
ton and Galveston, connecting
Ft. Worth and Dallas, wl!!
managed under a joint agreement
between the Burlington and Rock
Island, the latter operating Ihe
f' W greens P‘,,p f,,r Gip first Hire years, af-
ter which the Rock Island and
Burlington interests will alter-
nate In operation for five yen.’
periods. The route Is 17 miles
shorter between Dallas and Hous-
ton Ilian any present railway line.
The new service will extend
south from Ft, Worth and Dal-
las through Waxahaehle and Tea
gut to Houston and Galveston,
where a connection with the Gal-
vcntoii Terminal Railway Coin-
puny, owned hy the Rock Island
and Burlington will lie made,
connecting with the tlulf docks.
Plans are now in the making for
the Inauguration of a new
freight and passenger service ovet
the route, effective June I.
Hock Island officials call at-
tention lo the significance of the
new route to the entire western
territory, furnishing ss It does
a direct Gulf connection from Chi-
ciigoto Minneapolis and St. Paul
l>> way of Kansas City. Ii is polni
id out Hint this route Into lion
when he left
Spain) has been
d e s c r ibed as
f a s c i bated by
A m e r ican big
b u s i n ess and
quoted to the
effect that he
would like to
become an in-
d u s t rial mag-
n a t e in the
United States in
the event of his
loss of the Spanish throne.
From all accounts, several oppor-
tunities of tills soil already have
been offered to him.
Ilo took considerable money Into
exile with him, for ono tiling. His
name, 1 it lo and career nlso naturally
■ largest themselves ns susceptible to
capitalization on a grand scale by a
capable advertising manager.
Oh, tho Idea Is obvious enough.
The preliminary of Ihe four
mote Ilian they should have to [mm charged with burglarizing Hi
back up the curt my now In rlr- l.udweg store at Okurche Inis
(•illation. Frame similarly has $1,- |,fl,r Wednesday May I
""l......•...... H|||pluH. ; nd ilelr bond was fixed ui $1,-
The uninitiated may ask whnljiitm each,
does that him? The answer that
NEVERTHELESS, Senator Wil-
liam II. King of Utah (whom I have
bad occasion to mention hitherto as
exceptionally well acquainted with
I ho trend of European events nnd
with old world personalities) ven-
!ups tho guess that nothing will
come of such negotiations.
"In tho first place,’' says the sena-
tor, “f liuvo my doubts If any Amer-
ican business man of premier rank
would care to take th# at least tem-
porarily retired monarch Into his or-
"It would ho a spectacular stroke
of publicity to acquire him, certainly,
but Its value In nctunl dividends nec-
essarily would bo problematical, and
the expense assuredly would be
mighty heavy. It is questionable,
too, whether royalty would be popu-
lar In an American commercial en-
terprise. It would bo showy, but
how about\matter-of-fact folks’ esti-
mate of it' from tho standpoint of
stability?” ', >
v • • •
"ON THE SCREEN," agreed the
Salt Lake Ciity lawmaker, "of course
a real king would he a tremendous
"However. It Is safe to dismiss all
Program for Friday, May
tit TitiHt vi-: roititr.M'ffvnKVT
Yukon. April 29—The Music
thought of a Hollywood success from ! Lover's club met Tuesday after-
consideration, as altogether unaccept- noon at tire home of Mrs Fd
able to Alfonso, regardless of the en- j U'arkenlPin
thuslasm with which it is easy to be- 1 _
lievo movie producers would welcome 1 *16 afternoon was spent re’-
him. hearsing the musical program
"In fact, tho probabilities are | w 1*1 oh will be given at the liap-
strongly against much sincerity In
LIBRARY NOTES MOST FOODS TASTE'
any of the exiled king's expressions
of bis destre to engage in business at
list church Friday, May 8. Tint
program will be given to cele-
brate music week. No admission
"Few things can be predicted more ' barged. The club will
conlidently than that his every act,
henceforward as long as he lives,
will be shaped with a view to his
recall to the throne. Let him engage
In trade, no matter In how dignified
a fashion, and that chance will van-
ish immediately. Ho will sink to the
rating of a mere bourgeois."
WHAT ARE the prospects of his
“Conflict between rival Spanish ele-
ments and areas,” replied the sena-
tor, "may lead to IL
"Still, the republicans have begun
rather cleverly by launching an in-
meet with Miss Ellison next Tues
The Yukon track team enter
<d the Southern Conference track
meet at Duncan Monday, Aprii
27. Dalward and Sandy Newsom
were two of the outstanding men
Dalward was first in the pole
vault and Sandy was first in
• road jump. The Newsom boys
were each given 11 medal at Dun-
tan and each will he presented
with a golden track shoe hy. the
Yukon also won several sec-
vestigatlon Into the ex-ruler's man-
“They undoubtedly will disclose n Ity |,olntSi
great deal that will tend to discredit 1 Friday Yukon will enter the
him—for example, his personal inter-I Male track meet at Norman,
ference In the prosecution of the Mo- 1 __
“How can we free ourselves
from the tyranny of democracy?”
A most interesting version of the
question will be found in the
work of Everett Dean Martin’s,
“Liberty." The book is a new
addition to the list at. the Came
"The delusion lias long persist-
ed in American democracy that
people may enjoy the liberties of
the civilized man without having
first attained the civilized man's
attitude toward life,” reads this
history of liberty that shows the
road to freedom for this individu-
"Liberty’’ is a book-of-the-
month club selection. Excerpts
and a discussion of each are
written: ’’‘The idea that a peo-
ple are free merely because they
live under laws they may be pre-
sumed to have made, is a fic-
“Is freedom a matter of laws
—or a psychology? Can men lie
freed before they have been truly
educated before they know the
BETTER IF COOKED j
IN SMALL AMOUNTS
Same is True of Hills Bros,
Coffee, Which is Never
Roasted in Bulk
When food is cooked in small
quantities, the mixing, the appli-
cation of heat, can be controlled
with much more exactness. An
omelet, for example, made of three
eggs will turn out more tender and
fluffy than one made of many eggs.
A similar situation occurs in
roasting coffee. When roasted in
bulk it is impossible to control the
heat exactly. Some of the batch,
therefore, is overdone and some
underdone. As a result there is a
variation in flavor.
In the invention of Controlled
Roasting, Hills Bros, found the way
to insure an even roast in their tine
blend of coffee. Only a few pounds
at a time are roasted by this put-
teal meaning of freedom.' Here ented, continuous process. When 1
n o' the roastine is finished a uniformly 1
if an entirely new conception
what ‘Liberty’ is.”
" ‘Once the lover of liberty was
obliged to resist the tyrant, and
set up, in defense of freedom, th>
rule of the people. Today the
growing enemy of liberty is pre-
cisely this rule of the people.’
"How democracy became a
boomerang is the climax of the
whole tremendous anil exciting
the roasting is finished a uniformly
delicious flavor has been developed
| such as no other coffee has. ■
When you buy Hills Bros. Coffee
it is always fresh because it is
packed in vacuum. By this process,* j
air, which destroys the flavor of
coffee, is taken from the can and
kept out. Ordinary cans, even if
air-tight, do not keep coffee fresh.
Grocers everywhere sell Hills Bros.
Coffee. Ask for it by name and
roccan war, at the cost of the lives
of thousands of his soldiers, as well
as more recent maladministration
tinder the dictatorships he created In
an effort to check the growth of lib-
’When the whole story Is told per-
haps very little will be left of hl4
The seniors of Yukon high
school will be guests of Black
wood Davis Business enllpge Fri
(lay. The entertainment will be-
gin at ten o’clock with a golf
tournament at the l’eter Pan
golf course In Yukon. At six
o'clock there will be a picnic al
the ('. J. Beeler farm, north of
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Everetts was struck by lightning
IlaMt Fllday ,,lRhl- No serious Mr amj Mrs F*;,hion Luder ar
in | damages were reported. the parents of a nine pound lia-
Mrs. Ernest Liohsclior and I by hoy horn at the Little hospi-
tal Monday morning.
There was choir practice
the Inline of Mr. ami Mrs. Lacy
Kroger Tuesday night. baby and Mr. and Mrs. J. Moffat
Mr and Mrs. ( o.mie were Suit-1 motored to Enid Monday, and
day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs HppI1, lh(> ,|lly wJth Mr llMd Mrs.
Allison Shaw. j Harry Smith.
The following Pupils checked In Nellie Marie Shultz visited
pemnanship this month: Howard
Stasey. Maude Flemings, Mary
Hill Nixon and Bernard Aduddell.
Three others nearly checked.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy 11 us ley nnd
family spent Sunday with Rev.
and Mrs. Pit nick.
I Mr. and Mrs. N'pwt Jennings
and family wore Sunday visitors
in the It. I,. Jennings home.
Mr. nnd Mrs.
Ernest Liehscher, Mervile and
John Moffat went to the Leek j "'ll 1,jave for thqir new home
home near Geary Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. laider formerly
lived at Clovis. New Mexico,
where Mr. I.uder was employed
by the J. O. Penny company. He
was recently transferred to
Canon City, Colorado. Mrs. I.uder
Mrs. It. S. Bonr, of Oklahoma
Herman I.emkc City, was a guest Tuesday eve-
ami son, Edwin, and Mr. and Mrs. ning in the home of her daugh-
I.. It. Shultz and children were Iter, Mrs. Carl Whitlock and Mr.
11 lie near future.
Miss Opul Heeler, of Oklaho-
ma City, was visiting her father,
W. T. Beeler in Yukon Sunday.
Miss. Fay Roberts and Mrs. S.
B. Howard of Oklahoma City,
were calling on old friends here
The George Watson homp,
southeast of Yukon, Wjis destroy-
story of Liberty,’’
“ 'Democratic societies can
save themselves from the tyranny
of mediocrity only by limiting the
number of things which may be
organized,—that is, by leaving as
much of life as possible to indi-
vidual initiative. The trend of
modern civilization is in the op-
posite direction.'” page 108.
“How can the civilized indi-
vidual save himself iu the midst
of a machine age? Here is a
new and constructive answer an
answer which we can live by
in a book where every sentence
Is exiting. Here is the challenge
cf the future!”
look for the Arab on the can.
Hills Bros. Coffee, Inc., Kansas j
City, Missouri. 01931 1
To Buy, Sell or Trade
PAY CANADIAN MOTOR COM-
PANY accounts and notes at
HART MOTOR COMPANY
TELEPHONE WANT ADS TO NO. 18
way for the movement of ex-
torts from Ihe entire Middle
Western section of Ihe Full'll
Slates. The formal opening of this
new Rock Ishind-Durlingtoti line
In the Gulf no doubt will In- pre-
ceded bv celebrutlons by the larg-
er Texas communities directly In-
Tuesday evening visitors of Mr. Whitlock, 624 South Hadden ave- cr| hy fire Monday.
on a nil 'Li I veston Is tile' norma! , P’ Schumacher.
mixel I insloy spent Sunday
night with Juanita Garrett.
Ilutily Collide and Howard
Stase.v visited with Bernard and
Mount'll Aduddell Sunday.
Miss Kulala Bartlett, of Wash-
ington, I). Is visiting In the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
P. P. Bartlett, 715 South Flioc-
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest l.ielmchei1 law avenue. She plum* to remain
and daiightPi', Norma Irene, spent I here until the later part of May.
.........Isis who have been study-
ing tile situation give is Hist it
hurts business very badly
Tbe world bus comparatively
free trade In money Inti not in
<0111 modi lies the trade In com
modules is hampered and stifled
l«y tariffs, of which our own Is
the most aggravated form.
Other nations owe 11s money
lor war debts, for balance of
trade, They cannot pay In com-
modifies, as our tariff forbids
It. Therefor'' they must |my in
When the gold reserves of
these other nations sink below
a safe figure, confidence Is Im-
paired, Industry flags, unemploy-
meiil sets III. Consequently they
' an not buy our exports. As ii
further consequence our faclorli
lias to work less men, there |H
less demand for our farm pro
duets, unemployment spr«stds In
ITnlc Sam, It sc ms, Is a mod-
ern Midas, who lias let bis urge
lor gold drive him to surh ex
frente* that It Is cursing hi.--
A committee of experts nppolnl-
Kl by the League of Nations to
study the situation has recom-
mended, after a survey extending
over lx months, Him the United
Stales ease tin. situation by lend-
ing gold to other countries up to
ihe limits of this country's real
Th ■ sltonllon bears out In 11
large way the contention „f o„.
opponents of Hie American high
tariff bill Mint It would him 11
disastrous rut her than a beneH-
< lal effect or business and farm
I redacts and labor In this coun-
try. It Is doing || by Impoverish-
ing the countries which constitut-
ed the ninrket for our surplus':1.
Consequently our surpluses grow
surpluses of crops, money,
manufactured products nnd nl«u
eiir poverty nnd unemployment
It Is n strange situation, which
bids fair to reverse some ilihigu
In our government policies, how-
ever stubbornly the (I, (). |»,
Mnlwarts contend otherwise Far
better that our surplus gold wen
1 In itialIntt where It Is needed In
Hits country and In others, rather
than choking our business si rue-
lure to d'Wtli.
If at least purl of tho surplus
Oliver Fond ray of (tiding, HI.,
was the gitest yislerday of Chr's
he 1 11,'hh of tills sity. Tbe two gentlr-
I men were school males forty
;ears ago and tills was their
til'st meeting ill that lime nnd
they naturally enjoyed their visit.
Mr. Condtxiy Is visiting Ids broth-
er, Charles Comlrny of Haulier.
By ROBERTA LEE
Q Are thi' desert plait's placed
mi another plate?
A No; they are merely placed
in the tab|ec|oih.
Q When Is the proper time for
a child's rirst rigid lesson o'',
A. At the beginning of sclioo!
life, and rigidly enforced
Q Does one ever take a wo-
man across the room to Intro-
cun her to 11 man?
A No; take ill-- man to Ihe
X ol \g t.Mil. (.It txt.l ill Mi
North Haverhill, N. II, (IP)
Though only Hi, Katherine Ap-
plclirr lias been chosen master nr
I'lnk Granite Grange. The girl, a
sophomore at IlnwrliH! A adeiny
I;' believed the youngest head of
si'eli a lodge in New England
Friday in the W. F. Hchumacher]
| borne. | Mrs. A. J. Roper and Mrs. 0.1
Misses Virgin and Edna Patter-1 Acortl of Marlow were guests
[soil visited Mrs. Arllmr Ward Tuesday of tile former’s son, E. V.
Wednesday afternoon. Roper and Mrs. Roper, 719 South ,
Mr. mid Mrs. Ernest Liehscher Ellison avenue.
and baby were among the dinner -
guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ralph Misses An 1111 Fay Garner and
Rove Sunday. Dorothy Jane Mathews will spend
Mrs. W. F. Schumacher and the week-end with the latter's
sin visited last Wednesday after- mother, Mrs. Marie Muthews In
noon in the II. Schumacher home. | Oklahoma City.
EL RENO TRANSFER
AND STORAGE CO.
Transfer, storage, packing,
shipping. Local nnd long dis-
tance moving and heavy haul-
112 VV. Wade
A. E. WHITLOCK, Mqr.
C. H. KRUMM, Sec'y.
Tribune Classified Ads
Cost Very Little
Now What’s to Be Done
\NMV auoovA ge.e.,i m glao
TmiS I'S \AlHEJ3e' II , YOO ve. COME.*
By LES FORGRAVE
TwtS |5 WHEGE
MRS. CALL LIVES*.
I KtstOU) HER.' •
WHERE i5 SHE?
MA< 5HE BEEN , ‘
SHE5 IN HERE..
SHE'S JUS COM e
OUT OF A FAINT*
I I'VE BEEN awful]
!J)L ' 77
HOW CAN I?
By ANNE ASHLEY
Q. How can I make a polish for
*•11 Vf-T ?
A. Mix equal parts of whlilnc.
iiiiimonla, and ulcohol. Apply wllh
a flannel, allow It to dry, nnd
'lion polish with tissue paper.
Q What * should lie done when
bread h eollics too brown?
A. Allow It lo cool 11m! then
mb It over 11 coarse tin grater
lo remove all of the burnt por-
tion. This Is much more satis-
factory Hun trying to rut away
the burnt part.
t). When rain has taken the
color out of dyed garments, can
it lie restored?
A. Try placing the article In
milk ever night Tills often re-
stores the color.
1 111 id 11 1 ,t >1 s "i’i;i:.\\ i:i "
Philadelphia, HP)- The laical
Innovation In church recreation-
al activities Is under way ill the
Peihl»h«m Presbyterian Church,
A group of ihe younger members
Pave constructed a miniature IN-
hole golf course In Ihe basement
of the church under the directum
of the Rev, William L. MeCor-
* stroke of /
• YOU DEAR
Things to mv
AlO- ITS MV
I leg that
HE HERE ON (
The floor. '
we MUST &ET
you to beo, 1
IF WE can.
' HURTS most
I it's been
PUT ALLThE. V
WEIGHT you CAN
TAKE It SLOWLY'
NOW. AN WE LL
make it All
RUSHT/ > :
YOU ARE .*
WHAT WOULD I
IF YOU HAD J
Opyrkrtit. t9.1t, l>v Ontrsl !•*»»< A",s-In inn. Im
MEAN TO SAV
YOU HAVE NO I
FRIENDS OR. I
WHO CAN COME
NO.-NO, That is- L
NO THERES NO ONE
t GAN LOOK TO TO J
TAKE CARE OF MSI
but III be all fa]
Right, vou run f I
along home, i . ]'
can t thank yoo
ENOUGH FOR WHAT I
you've DOME ' ty*
The Bijr Windbajf Busts
By PAUL ROBINSON
Yieu. in NOT Si?A6«ii4ta -Oor IVC
HDDTSN PAISGS INlVR LASCNtA*?-
IT MfcKfcX A WOT Of O^D TlflfcPS
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mrtsrtr'is 1Vt COMPMS SOOM-
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