The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 201, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 15, 1917 Page: 3 of 4
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TIll'liSlMY KVENlNCi. FEUKl AliY 15.1017
Till'. SUAWN'I'iK DAII.V NT.WS HKIiAl.P
ODEON Marguerite "MISS GEORGE
FRIDAY Clark In WASHINGTON"
The story & a girl who could not tell the truth. On the contrary
Diminitive Marguerite has had the distinction of never allowing any
fake stories to be told of herself and when interviewed never talks of
milk baths, or of losing diamonds or the like-she always tells the
The boy who never told a lie helped make history. And rightly so.
Tfuth is mighty—and avail, it will.
Daniel Frohman presents this superb little lady, Marguerite Clark,
in "Mis# George Washington," tomorrow at the Odeon where, with
delight and satisfaction you will view as unfolded a story entertain-
ing and refreshing.
Today, Cunard and Ford in "The Purple Mask"
Laugh and the world laughs itli you.
I douglas Fairbanks in
5c AND 10c
This Is the picture that packed the Empress Theatre, Oklahoma
fitV. It is one or the most remarkable productions of the times.
Mri I'alilianks says: "1 dare you to look at this picture and nut
crack a smile."
Also Today Unifies Murray in a Kejstolio.
Tomorrow and Saturday Two acts of the bent vuudetlile you lime
ever seen. Whatever you do, don't tail to see our vaudeville tomor-
row and Saturday.
The Ted Dalley Stock Company
OFFERS TODAY ONLY
"Is Matrimony a Failure"
lJy George Bropdhurst, Leased from Darcey and Woll'ord, X. V
Friday and Saturday
Matinee Saturday. The Ted Dalley Stock Co. offers
"The Great Divide"
a throbbing, thrilling play of the far west. Lots of comedy! Lots
of thrills! Full of rapid action. Picturesque—entertaining amus-
ing. Carefully staged. Large cast. Same prices. 10c, 20c and 30c.
I'niiiiiig: Watch for our big production -of America's greatest success.
"Within the Law."
Come Tonight. You'l! Enjoy "Is Marriage a Failure?"
MARLEY 2U IN. DEVON 2H IN.!
15 cts. each, 6 for 90 eta.
CLUETT, PEABODY A CO.. INC. MAKERS
HIGH SCHOOLS TO
HAVE OWN DAY
You are Invited to attend the
- - - on - - -
Saturday Evening, February 17
FROM 7:00 P. M., to 9:00 P. M.
\l the request of the music lovers of Shawnee we have decided to Inaugurate a series of concerts
to ie held in our music room each Saturday evening, at which time it is our Intention to present
to the public the artists ot the musical world.
The Victor Talking Machine Co. has secured the exclusive talent of the leading artists "( the world:
Abbott Alda Amafo, Borl, Braalau, Hut.. Calve. Caruso. Cnlp. Madill. OeGagorza, l.estlnn K man, Far-
row Ferrar Gadski, tialronv Garrison, Galll-Curci. Oluck. Hcopel. Horner. Journet kitlsler, Mar
tineili McCormacli, .Ylelba. Michallawa. Nielsen. Oher. I'altl. Padcrewski. lowell. Ituffo, Schumann-
Heinki Scotti, Sembric, Spencer, Tetratlnni, Whitehill, William. Wltherspoon, ^imbailst, and_ numer-
shall give you the
Oscar Seagle. who studied ten
years aboard under Jean do Rezke of
Paris, possesses a voice of unusual
sweetness. Hear him at the High ! _
School Auditorium Wednesday nigln. Absolutely KeillOVeS
Feb. 21. Reserve your seats at Owl I -
The Lady Maccabees will hold
their regular meeting Friday in I. O.
O. F. Hall. Work in the First de-
gree. Refreshments will be served.
Read program of Fine Arts Re-
cital in this issue. Tickets only 'i:>
cents. Benefit Pipe Organ Fund Al.
F. Church, South. 15-lt
C. H. Marmaduke is a business vis-
itor to Oklahoma City.
proves it. 25c at all druggists"
The Foreign, Went.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Williams are
spending'tfitTday in Oklahoma City.
The Foreign ti flit; High School, on
February 20. 15-lt.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Tits-
worPh at 215 W. 11th Wednesday.
Feb. 14, a boy. They have named him
One ot' the best entertainments of
The ladies of the First M. E. Church
will serve dinner Thursday and Fri-
day, 22nd and 28rd, next week, at the
noon hour, one door west of the Bank
of Commerce. 15-2t
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Castleberry of
Asher are Shawnee visitors.
R. A. Ogee, Sr., of Maud is a Shaw-
nee visitor today.
The Foreign (>ent. Benefit Yeoman
W. K. Primm of Meeker is a visitor
in the city.
BETTER SCHOOLS IN
MAM. SI PI KIM'LMM VI' ASKS
AMI OK NKWSVAI'KBS l\
State Superintendent It. H. Wilson
has addressed the following to the
press of the state:
"We are asking the county super-
intendents of every county in the
state to conduct a campaign for bet-
ter rural schools the first week of
-The educational investments of
the state total a large sum. The
state of Oklahoma owns physical an:i
real property to the value of $8,359,-
004.49, according to figures in a re-
port. just compiled by State Auditor
E. B. Howard and submitted to the
"The property is grouped in fifteen
classifications and the value in each
class of property given as follows
The Koregin < cnL
A comedy—wit and humor in its
lines, absurdity and drollery in_ its
Members of Camp No. 7781, M. W.
A., are urged to be present Friday
llic season will be the Fine Arts lie-. evening, Feb. 16. Business of impor-
rital at Carnegie auditorium Friday tance.
evening, Feb. 1«. Tickets 25 cents.
Benefit of Pipe Organ fund. Aus- . KM' Ml-l..
pices of ladies of M. K. < lurch. Wednesday afternoon the Pantier
The. last of our winter supply:
sizes four to sixteen years only SI 98
Frankel Bros. 13-tf
Grocery Co. advertised in the Xews-
Herald .".nil pounds of fresh flab
sale Thursday. Teh fish were sold
out early today, and the firm has been
kept busy taking order for the next
i'Executive $ 1,380.59
"Administrative - - 19,74'
• Regulative 20,973.93
"Protecting Life and
"Educational in Gcn-
"Normal Education - - 970.460.29
t rat ion - JJ.SW.99
"Agricultural Education 902,472.70
' I *• ■ 11;11 1 ' 8,8«i4,0'i
"The records show 28K,20! pupils
attending rural schools and only 1,23')
of these are taking any high school
work. The per capita cost of main-
tenance in independent districts is,
$22.65; in villages $19.3(1; in rural P0"
SCHOLASTICS « F KNTIKK ST ATI:
Wll.l, tiATHHK ON IMVUKSITV
CAM ITS ON MAY 8, i AND 5.
Norman, Okla., Feb. 15. .May 3.
and 5 has been announced by Uni
versity of Oklahoma authorities
the days on which between five and
ten thousand high school boys and
girls of Oklahoma will meet on the
campus and in the balls of the state
university to contest with each other
and to witness contests for supre-
macy In athletics, fine ants.oratory
and every other activity taken part
in by Oklahoma scholastics.
It is the annual interscholasUc
meet, this being the thirteenth lime
the event has been held under the
auspices of the universitj The first
dav is reserved for the art and draw-
ing contests and the semi-finals in
the intbrscholast.ic debating league.
Friday is reserved for all non-athletic
contests, and ror preliminaries in
tennis and the beginning of the base-
Saturday afternoon, beginning at
1:30 will be the red letter half of the
year to the high school athletes of
the state.* with between five hundred
and a thousand of them matching
strength and endurance on Boyd Field
an attempt to bring honor to their
high schools and win medals and cer
ords for themselves.
The interscholastic meet will this
year include contests in practically
every activity known to Oklahoma
scholastics. Included are track and
field events, tennis and baseball;
music, including individual contests
in violin, voice and piano, and events
for glee clubs and orchestras: art
contests, contests in oratory, dramat-
ic reading and debate. with the hirii
school championship of the state de-
i ided during the meet; high school
publications contests and ot hers for
manual training, mechanical drawing
and domestic science.
"The world needs not to be Informed but to be reminded." and tor that reason wi
following sketch from the opera from which we shall give you two selections.
LUCIA IH lAMJIKHMOOlt (Loo-chee-ah) (In Italian except as noted)
Opera'in three acts; lext by Salvator Camnierano; music by Donizetti. First production Naples 183,.;
London. 1838: Paris, 1839; X. V.. 1843. The action takes place in Scotland; part in Haveuswood Castle,
part ill the ruined tower of Woifscrag. *
The plot of I-UCIn is founded on Sir Walter Scott's novel. The I. men l.ord Henry
\shloii, Clio's brother, knowing nothing of her attachment to hi enemy, hdgtir yf Itaymswood,
hae arranged a marriage between l.nc, and the wealthy l.ord Miliar, in order to retrieve his fallen
fortunes Learning that huvy is in love with Kdgur, he intercepts her lover s letteis and executes a
forged paper, which convinces Lucy ralBe 10 luM Convinced of her '"vers perfidy, and
urged hy the necessities of her brother, she unwillingly consents to wed Sr Arthur. I be guests are
are assembled for the ceremony, and l.urj has just signed the contract, when ttlKar appears and
denounces I.ikm for her fickleness. Kdirar is driven from the castle, and the ►hock being too much
for the gentle mind of Lucy, she becomes Insane, kills her husband and dies, l-.ditur, overcome by
these tragic happenings, visits the churchyard of Ravenswood and stabs himself.
The entire program will be:
Lucia—Sextette—Chi mi frena (What Restrains Me).
Sembrica, Caruso. Scotti, Severina, Daddi
Lucia—(Scena Delia Pazzla), (Mar Scenei, tAct 3),
Nellie Mel ha
Petite Vaise, (Violin Solo), (Herbert),
Enrico Caruso- -Marcel Journet
Proch's Air and Variations (Proch).
Kigoletto—Caro Nomel, (Dearest Name).
Sing Me to Sleep (Clifton Bingham-Edwin Greene),
Alma Gluck and Efrem Zinibailst
The Old Refrain (Alice Mattulath-Fritz Kreisler).
Orchestra Records Selected..
(Souvenirs to the Ladies).
The Longmire-Draper Co.
(Act 2) — (Donizetti)
iu the Poultry Breeders of Shawnee.
There will be a called meeting ot
the poultry breeders of Shawnee
Wednesday, Feb. 21, to meet at City
PRESIDENT MAY ETC.
(CONTINUED FROM PAGI4 1)
is not considered contraband by this j other fifty in Austria, 'the exact
government and that the recognized j number of native Americans in Bul-
law of the sea that a war craft must | garia and Turkey who probably can-
show its flag before taking hostile! not be reached iu any circumstances
actions, was violated. j is unknown.
Another lni|iill) Sent to l.lkus.
Another inquiry was sent to Turkey
Dr. Vose's stock remedies lor
sale at 314 N. Oklahoma Ave.
piling along the Atlantic seaboard of
goods destined for export to European
Preparation by the government for
any eventualities still are going for-
ward. Much importance is attached
to the work of council for national de-
fense, which, is holding daily sessions.
It was stated today that it is pus-
.ible the government will take
hools *13.80. The children ot t.h
independent districts attended an
average of 136 days last year; the
\illage districts 102; the rural schools
78, or two days less than four
problem is to arouse interest [ — ^ furni8hll„, ami
in rural dis" j to American ships until the president
t<r'tho e*oK«red"city Mlirm *°Wblie The' .t te department takep
ciiual to Ihost ilfet • . . the position tliat the government has
both in elementary and high school the posit, ^ ^ ^
Kr "Vours sincerely. uuestions which make the question
• R L, WILSON. more complex have aiisen. I ne
"Slate Supt. of Public Instruction.'
actions, was viuiuicu.
Most serious of the aspects of the J
case is the statement that the sub-1
marine was Austrian, in replying to
the queries that will he sent to Vien-
na as to the facts of the sinking it
is thought more than probable that
Austria may make some statement
which will precipitate the expected
break with that country.
The question of the armament of
American merchantmen seemed to be
temporarily disposed of today by the
official statement that there were 110
jruns in the country to be had by ship-
owners unless the government pro-
vides them and the strong intimation
that the president expects to go be-
fore congress again before commit-
ting the government to a polity of
Meiuund For Kealse of Prisoners.
The detention by Germany of the
7_ American sailors brought in as
prisoners 011 the prize ship Yarrow-
dale will result in a peremptory de
Germany's submarine policy with the
submarines she is known to have.
Amiiiur 1UI1U1.7 ... « ■ ™ Steps also were taken to learn
toilav asking AmfauMlpr Blku. why where all reports from ******
be had not been able ... report to the and Bulgaria si me tile break with
(icuartment as to the condition of the Germany have been held up. It is
• 000 Americans, naturalized and assumed that it is at Vienna, throUBl'
ofhers, marooned in Syria and as ,0 which all communications to those
whether Turkey plans to carry out|countrlei pass.
c . -*/ Sensible CiQcirctt^
more complex have arisen. 1 ne «■« " ■" " • •••■ ■ ■ - •
greatest of these is the determination 1 mand for their lease within a few
of the president to do nothing which nays. Reports in answer to queries
might give Germanv the -xcuse in by the state department already are
any trouble which may follow to coming from the outlying possessions
place the responsibility upon the the I nited States as to the treat-
I nited st-ites Imeqt of German crews there and a
, Sunk bv V listr 1.111 Submarine. complete statement on that subject
, Consul Treadwav at Home forward- will be sent to (.ermany as soon a.
\ ,,l dispatches toilav showing that the possible, accompanied by a demand
t Uw was sank by "an Aus- tor Ihe freedom of the Atnericans.
♦ Irian submarine without flag," apper Exclusive of the ,2 larrowiiao
V cully by placing a bomb aboard after prisoners it is thought llic number
♦ the vessel had been stopped. The re- Of native Americans fit Germany has
♦ ports indicate Unit Ihe vessel was ii- , fallen since the break from about
4 '.egally sunk as her cargo of lumber ; 900 to less than 2aO, with perhaps an-
♦ NOTICE. ♦
♦ Custom grinding a specialty.' ♦
♦ Hour, meal, chops and bran *
♦ tor sale or exchange for corn. ♦
♦ i:\ei vlhing ••rniiiii >liide." ♦
. IIK.III.AM> Bl UR Mti.r.. ♦
♦ Cor. Oklahoma and Highland.
♦ l'ltone IS".
♦ 7-1 mo Su-Tu-Frl
TAKE SALTS IF YOUR BACK HURTS
SAYS DRUGS EXCITE THE KIDNEYS
Salts Harmless lo Hush hiduejs and Arink too much; aUo get from any
' . . ... pharmacist' about tour ounces of Jad
Neutralize I rie Veld, thus I "d- ^ ^ ^ tablesp()0u[ui i„ a glass .
lug liludder Trouble. of K^Kr before breakfast each morn-
inK ror a few days and your kidneys
When your kidneys hurt and you. will act fine. This famous salts is
back feels sore don't get scared and made from the acid of giapes and
proceed lo load your stomach with a lemon Juice, combined with llthia. and
lot or drugs that excite the kidney has been used for generations to
and irritate the entire urinary tract clean and stimulate clogged kidneys
Keen your kidneys clean like you j also to neutralise the acids in urine
keen your bowels clean, by flushing I so it no longer is a source
them with a mild, harmless saltsltiou. thus ending bladder weakness.
bleb removes the body's urinous Jail Sails is inexpensive; cannot In-
waste Tnil stimulates them to their! jure; mukes a delightful effervescent
normal activity The function of the llthia-water drink which evciyone
kbitleys is to filter the blood. In -I should take now and then to keep
hours they strain from it 500 grains their kidneys clean and active. Try
of acid and waste, so we can readily Ibis, also keep up the wate_r drinkuig.
understand the vital importance of and no doubt .you will wonder what
k"«pi K the kidneys active. became of your kidney trouble and
Drink lots of water—you can 11 backache. Adv.
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