The Washington County Sentinel And The Weekly Enterprise (Bartlesville, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 30, Ed. 1 Friday, September 11, 1914 Page: 2 of 4
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THE WASHINGTON OOTINTY SFNTTNFT
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11,1914
1 FRENCH FIELD ARTILLERY & GERMAN CATERPILLAR gUN
ALLIES FORCING TEU
TONS BACK. >
' 1 *—r—■ - WT
HALF MILLION MEN FOR
Heroic Fight of British Sol-
diers Saved Them From
Washington, Scjt. 10—"Great Ilrl-
taln Is determined not to make peace
until she lias decisively defeated Ger-
man.'* This statement was conveyed
to President Wilson today In dispatch-
es from AmbassaGor Page in London
Washington, Sept. 10—Tlio French
embassy today received the follow-
ing dispatch from Bordeaux bearing
"The right wing of the Germans
has been withdrawn north of Petit
Morin, though fighting on the eighth
and been sharply uttackod oft the
right bank of tho Ouroq. Our
troops are maklug progress at Sozan-
"A sharp fight Is taking place Ju
our center with alternations of pro-
gress (and recession. Tho situation
continues to be favorable at Nancy
and in Vosges on the right wing."
London, Sept 10—Premelr Asquith
today asked parliament to add another
half million men of all ranks to the
London, Sept. 10—Many English
breakfasts went untasted this morning,
while the people read a graphic ac-
count by Field Marshal Sir John
French, commander-in-chief of tho
British forces on the continent, of the
heroic fight made by tho British ex-
peditionary forces' to kaep from be-
ing annihilated on August 29.
The British forces, according to
their commander, faced tho bulk and
strength of four German army crops
and were In danger of being sur-
rounded and destroyed. dfhe heroic
stand of General Smith Dorrlen on the
British left, undoubtedly saved the
day. Or this day the British stpdd
alone, even the French cavalry, oh ac-
count of exhauBtiou to their horses
being unable to cover retreat.
money to German the fact undoubted-
ly would be guarded from publicity.
President Wilson has frowned upon
American Ioann to any belligerent*.
A few weeks ago J. P. Morgan ash-
ed the state department how It would
view a loan to Franco. At the In-
stance of the president the depart-
ment replied that such a loan would
he regarded ns Inconsistent with the
preservation of nrutr.allity by the
Vnlted Stales. The result is that if
any loans are being made they are
enveloped In secrecy.
Great Britain and France, however,
are opposed to such purchase on tli<
ground lhat it would create a col,!
credit in favor of Germany. Thet
would reserve the right to sleze tin
ships on the contention that the iron:
fer was made in order to evade tin
lonsequences of war.
Comparison Of Artillery Mostly Used Hv French
And Germans In Present Operations In France
CORPORATION COMMISSION! H
AND PRODUCERS MEET AT TULSA
Mill Discuss Pipeline Rales anil
Mexicun Oil Tonight— Gore
WARRING NATIONS WILL
ACCEPT GOOD OFFICES OF IL S.
Reports Seeking to Inspire Sympathy
IrowaH Out October 1
! , Prayer Dny.------‘
Commissioner Honshaw Is in Tulsa
today and Interviewed the oil men ol
the Oklahoma oil fields In regard t<
the best plan of procedure looking
towards a conservation of the re-
sources of the state and a mainton
unce of the present price of oil.
Attorney General Charles West dh
not accompany the commissioner.
An order was issued yesterday for
bidding pipe hnta to cut the price o
oil- A hearing will be had relativ.
to this in a day or two.
to tilts in a day or two. Commission
ar llenshaw states that tho comma,
sloner issued tho order at the rc
quest of Attorney General West.
A meeting is called for tonight at
wliitdt time oil melt will ho addressed
by Senator Gore and a general dis-
cussion In regard to pipe line rates
aim the proposed duty on Mexican oil
Many of the Bartlesville men who
attended tho meeting ut Tulsa re-
turned home on this afternoon hav-
ing found It impossible to remain for
u night meeting.
Oklahoma City, Sept. 10—On the’ ap-
plication ol Attorney-Genera! West,
the corporation commission made an
order that the Prairie Oil A!- Gas Co.,
tho Gulf Pipe Line company and The
'Texas company, all of which operate
In the Cushing field, shall not reduc<
the price of crude oil below 75 cent;
a barrel until such time as the mat
ter can be heard before the conimis
The application of the attorney
general and order following develop
od front the notice served by th
Prairie Oil it (Jus Co. of its intention
to reduce the price of crude oil
the Cushing Bold after five days
notice, which, tit-cording to a ruling
from the nttornoy-general’s office, he
gan September 8. The oil eompanv
did not intimate what the reduction
might be, but mentioned that other
competing companies were buying oil
at from 20 to 25 rents cheaper and
that they were paying 75 cents
Just what the outcomo of the oil
Situation will be Is too much for any-
one to predict. Commissioner Hen-
shaw said he thought the situation
was becoming serious and the
had married und become the father
of two children.
One day the "'’'t-stor received n let-
ter from his brother announcing the
latter's marriage and saying onuc
mo bridegroom were going to visit
Oklahoma City on their honeymoon
trip. They came. The bride was the
sweetheart of long ago- The otrt ln,e
was rekindled in Chennault. He for-
got his wife and children. His love
was reciprocated and the bride of a
wet k eloped with him.
They came north and spent the
summer working on a farm near
Green Lake, Wis. Chennault applied
for a position in the high school in
Portland. Ore., giving references in
Louisiana. Chcnnault’s brother
through friends a' home, was notified
of the teacher's whereahouts. Their
arrest followed, and when arraigned
in court were ordered by Judge Geiger
to be taken back to Louisiana for
PROMISE JEWS JUSTICE
RUSSIANS WITHIN 180
MILES OF BERLIN
Austria Asks Aid of Hebrew People
in Russian Poland.
TROOPS IN GALICIAN
BATTLE, SAYS REPORT
Austrians and Germans Fall-
ing Before Onslaught
of Russians. ^
London, Sept. 10.—A dispatch to the
These pictures show tho striking difference between French and German guns used in heavy field fighting and
siege work. France prides herself upon her light artillery, which has proved very effective so far, according
to apparently reliable reports. The Germans use their famous "eaterpilla r" guns, a huge cannon mounted on a
truck with wheels provided with wooden shoes. This enables the gun to be drawn up mountain sides. This style
of gun lias a procussion chamber, which acts as a shock absorber when the gun Is fired. The gun can be fired
at a high angle, thus being effective in assault on mountain positions.
before leaving for the oil field last
night to confer with the oil men. It
is the opinion of some who have ex-
pressed themselves that nothing but
a reduced production can relieve the
situation and this may be the result,
breught about In one way if not an-
A Holler From Eden.
Hey, yew fellers down in Congress
Whadyer think yer ’bout?
Don't yer hear the nation holl'rin:
"Cut thet Pork Bar’l out?"
(By Arthur Sears Henning)
Washington. D. C-, Sept. lo~ln his
solemn proclamation, calling upon
the people of the United States to de-
vote Sunday, Oct. 4, to prayer for the
restoration of peace in the- eastern
hemisphere, President Wilson again
haa demonstrated his earnest desire
to end the terrible conflict. t « o
So long aa the war continues the
president will continue to strive to
exert influences to end the conflict.
Mr, Wilson is confident that some
tinw, somehow, the greatest nedtral
Power in the world, disinterested and
enjoying the confidence of all the be-
Ugerenta, will be privileged to say the
word that shall cause the foes to
Until the situation changes In Borne' Prexy sez we need (he monev,
important particular, however, thel He dou't hrv tre shout;
president cannot repeat his proffer of ’Stid o’ raisin’ whv not save It?
good offices in the interest of peace.I Cut thet Pork Bar’l out!
He must await the. acceptance of bis
offer by one or more of the belliger--Think our folkes Is coin’ to stand ter
Yurrup's in n turr-bul hubbub.
Bizness’s got the gout;
Epochs now air in the moltin'—
Cut thet Pork Bar'l out!
Kentry’s suff’rin drotful frum a
Gosh a' mighty, Mister Members,
Cut thet Pork Bar'l out!
We don’ want no more dum taxes,
Ain’t a mit o’ doubt;
What's the good o' dredgin’ biyous?
Cut thet Pork Bar’l out!
A published rumor that Germany
regards France as whipped and is of-
fsrlng peace terms was generally
dwuefl here today. At the German
Charge Von Haniel Von
Haimbausen stated that no communl-.
c«toh even vaguely hinting at the
°f peace terms has been re-
ceived from the Berlin government.
President Wilson and Secretary of
8tate Bryan said that the-German em-
bassador, Count von Bematorff, has
not Initlmated that the kaiser is ready
to accept peace.
German officials here say that
etortds representing the kaiser as of- To deliver
faring peace terms at .this lime em
anate from sources friendly to the
Hit the War Tax route
Whey they ain't no n»cson fur it?
Cut thet Pork Bar’l out!
HE PISES WILLIAMS
received by the Postmaster General.
In all the exhibits of prominence is
given to samples of the aproved types
I of containers for the transmission of
Witt SEEK NEW TRIAL
London, Sept. 10—German news-
papers which have reached London
quote the following proclamation ls-
sucu by Austria to the Jews in Po-
'ihe heroic armies of the Mid-Eu-
ropean states of Germany and Au-
stria-Hungary have entered Poland-
Our flags bring justice, freedom and
equal rights as citizens, religious
freedom and freedom to live undis-
turbed in economic and cultural life.
'Too long you have suffered under . _
Ihe iron yoke of Moscow. We come Exchange Telegram company
as friends. The foreign barbarian Rome today, says:
yoke is gone. A new era begins for “Dispatches from Vienna state that
Poland. We will use all our strength advance guards of the Russian1 ehilter
to put it on a sure foundation of equal are marching toward Berlin The
rignts for the Jews. Russian troops invaded Silesia and the
"Do not be deluded by the flattering capture of P>roslau is imminent."
promises of (he czar, which already Breslau is 180 miles south of Ber-
you have heard too often. Did not Hn.
the czar make the same promises in -
1005? How did he keep his word? | Ix)ndon Sopt io.—A dispatch to the
"Think of the awful banishment of r. , ° 1 ‘ nu fr„nl
the great masses of Jews: thing of Exchange Telegram eo i y
ihe cities of Kishlen, Gomel, Bialy-j „n.le Today, says,
stok and Sedleo and their hundreds of' ‘A message from Vienna i f
Pogroms- Now that the czar feels, usually admltted there that Archduka
himself between the hammer and the1 Frederick lost 120,000 men in the re-
anvil he renews his promises. Your cen* Galician battles, or one-fourth o
sacred duty is to work with us with His entire command.
Democratic candidate for governor, by Amol|S thc Pr‘nc’U«A Tairs at which ex-
V • ..... D " L<V\i4 n ntilmia Iwitrn riAnn Al* 01*0 vot (A
Senator Owen's Clever Move To Block Perishable farm products through the \rg,imon(s to jje Heard in Baker and
Game of Williams and Gore. I Ulails' ^xPer»enco has shown that Mackenzie Case.
__• j much still remains to be done by way
j of impressing upon the farmers the i
Oklahoma City, Sept. 10.—The flat-1 necessity of properly packing food Joe Baker and Guy Mackenzie of
tery heaped upon It. L. Williams, the shipments in suitable container... Tulsa, serving life terms in the state
penitentiary at McAlester, are seeking
new trials. Arguments are to be made
in the criminal court of appeals at Ok-
t lahoma City next week. Attorney
John R. Charlton of Bartlesville and
Ben Thompson of Sapulpa, who de-
fended the men when they were tried
in the superior court at Tulsa, will ap-
pear for the defendants. County At-
torney Pat Malloy of Tulsa will ap-
plied States Senator Robert L. Owen biblta eltbcr have been °r NV®1,t0
in the latter’s speech before the Dcm-|.be Placcd on view are the following
ocratic state convention, lias been the,1" bb° °,b ? Valley section:
subject of much comment by persons' Ohio-Lobanon, p°rT“outh, Toleda,
acquainted with the inside situation! Za?esville' Uayton’ and McCounels-
In the Democratic party in Oklahoma.! ,,, ... ,
it is suspected that Senator Owen was ' Indiana-lnd.anapolis Kpkomo Ft
praising Williams not without hope of iWayae’ Scottszurg, balem’ Portland
political profit to himself. Even bo-1alld Crawfordsville. .............
fore the beginning of the primary | i..vcntucky "Lou svl le and Ca lfor'J pear for the state,
campaign, the statement was fre-!nia' , ... . . TT , XT • The men were convicted of the mur-
qeuntly and positively made that Wil-|, " est 'lie'na Upshur and Hunt-} ger of Attorney Charles T. Reuter at
__'.Tulsa in May, 1912. Bud Bellew, im-
into an offensive and defensive posi-j , , , I plicated in the murder plot, was given
lion, whereby each was to stand by! HOPE OF FINDING DEAD '.immunity for turning state’s evidence.
the other in the primary and in the I ,-~ . I Mrs Laura M. Reuter, wife of the
• ampaign for election, and with the! Kcscu© Party In Adamson T" .....
further understanding that if Wil-; Stopped by Rock Wall.
‘llama should become governor, Gore
would help him get Senator Owen's
all you might for freedom.”
War Booms Home
Chicago, Sept, 10.—The European
war has afforded an opportunity for
the development of domestic mining
properties, according to Chicago
chemists, who today are busy trying
to find supplies of certain chemicals
for large manufacturers. Potash salts
and tungsien oxide, usjd in the man-
ufacture of steel, can be mined in
America but the supply has been
coming from Europe. With the Eur-
opean supply cut cf", Chicago chem-
ists say potash salts can be found in
abundance In the Great Basin and
tungsten oxide In Pennsylvania and
Colorado in sufficient quantities to
meet the demand-
HELD ON MURDER CHARGE.
Officer Who Killed Prisoner Will Have
to Face Trial.
Sapulpa, Sept. 10—A warrant charg-
ing him with murder in the first de-
gree was filed against Patrolman R.
C. Nelson yesterday by County Attor-
ney Vic S. Decker. He is charged
with killing “Sin” Wilson, a well-
known character of this city. Nelson
who has been confined in the county
jail since the shooting, which occurred
The Germans are marching soutli
towards Poland to assist the Austrians
but before this aiu can be given they
must cross the Vistula river, where
the Russians are preparing to check
London, Sept. 10.—A dispatch to the
Reuters agency today says the Aus-
trians have began evacuating Cracow,
the old capital of the kingdom of Po-
land, situated in Galicia on the left
bank of the Vistula river.
The Russians predicted that if Cra-
cow fell before the onslaught the Rus-
sians’ annihilation of the Austro-Ger-
man armies in the southwest and the
collapse of the dual monarchy would
AUSTRIANS PANIC STRICKEN I
Correspondent Says Citizens Hate War
McAlester, Sept. 10.—No hope is en-
place in the t nited States senate. This tertained for recovering the bodies of
Story was repeated frequently by Deni- th thirtccn miners who wore on.
ocrats during the primary ■ UHrlcen miners wi.o "-rc on
It is known that the Gore-Williams tombed in tllc Unlon Coal company’s
alliance became a source of much , miue at Adamson last Friday. The
worry to the Owens men, and at one rescuers, who penetrated the workings
time there were rumors of an ugly at-]from pn adjoining mine, were able to
“to * ?r sr r-«-they rM
the gubernatorial race Tin' candidate jasaiust 8°Rd roc*c-
whom lie preferred. Dr. VV. Duke of Experts estimate that the mine has
“•aRer 'T ^ SS» were’in £
Ti,r. K . ’iThe town of Adamson is over the
when Williiinifl Wa« i ^i Inn!0 tbab mine and cracks varying from the
'as in the fardcst'bun of a knife blade to several
midp A T inches have appeared In various parts
wtnr ,P ; lK° t01Jriends of Of the town Vkc bottom of the mine
z '■ '«*-"» ■”
nomination and election. These things
..... .... ............. ____ Monday afternoon, has asked for an
Mine is ;slain man, was tried and convicted of 'Immediate hearing and will probably
' tlie charge at her first trial here last be given a preliminary before Justice
September. She was granted a new1,'^ the Peace A P. Crawford this af-
drial and In January last was acquit-1 Ternoon. He has retained legal coun-
ted. Since that time she was married sel an(i wil1 plead self-defense,
to Charles Robertson, formerly sten-l W. T. Verse, an eye witness to the
'ograplier for Biddison & Campbell of afair> Told the county attorney that
Tulsa. It is reported iu Bartlesville .Nelson did not draw his revolver until
that the couple have separated.
Wilson started at him with a knife.
Verse nlso stated that he had heard
Wilson say on more than one occasion
that he intended to “kill that d— cop.”
KILLED CHEROKEE MERCHANT.
Aflso !ViBi£rfS3~Sil,,Viin Tom Vann ,s T'harped With Shooting
Chicago, Sept. 10—At 10 o’clock last
Muskogeo, Sept 10.—Ben Johnson,
London, Sept. 10—The correspond-
ent of the Daily Mail in Milan, who
has lately been in Vienna, draws a
gloomy picture of that empire. Ho
“Panic rules in Austria. The great
unwieldly and bankrupt empire, drag-
ged deluctanly at the heels of Ger-
many, is in a state of desperate mud-
dle and fear. Her armies half heart-
ed at first and now openly mutinous
are beaten back at every point by the
“The policy of mixing in each com-
pany of the different races which
compose the empireh as had the re-
sult that there is no espirt de corps
in the army. The men were driven
into trains at the point of the bayonet
and scores were shot by their officers
to terrorize their fellows into obe-
“While the Russian avalanche lrives
on Bosina is in open revolt and
Treiste paralyzied by fear of an at-
tack from sea. Austria Is bankrupt
trade at a standstill and thousands
of business men ruined by a war
which they hate.
“While the harvest remains ungath-
ered, Vienna is menaced by a famine
and priec-s are steadily rising. In re-
sentment the population has turned
night the leading known r-snlts'iif a merchant of Talilequah, was shot sentment the population has
yesterday's nrimarv th.nJiin,, in the back and killed yesterday while' against the foreigner, and Serbs have
Federal Income Tax Law Considered.
Denver. Colo., Sept. lO.-Tlio Jlcxt governor,
strength and weak points of tho fed-
eral income tax law were discussed
by national tax experts today at the
f.ith session of the eighth annual con-
ference of the National Tax Associa.
tion which couvencd here on Tues-
Among those who were scheduled
addresses were Frank
may explain in part why Senator Owen
came from Washington to attend the
state convention to indorse Williams.
Williams absolutely controlled the
convention, and that he was willing
to pay Owen a good price for helping
him may be seen in this plank of the
The governor of the state shall not
be a candidate for a seat in the Unit-
ed States senate during his term of
office" and within one year after the
Senator Owen’s term in the senate
yesterday's primary were the nomina-
tion by the Democrats of Roger C.
Sullivan for the United States senate .. , . ,
by a plurality estimated to be at least uf red from a nearby restaurant. Tom
. !:j left the mine 65,000. and the nomination by the Re- Xanr\ was inimediately placed under
id . . warned the Pelicans of the Danville district 0f arrcst charSed WR'‘ the Wlling. John-
EXECUTION DATE DELAYED.
Uruce Grants Stay to Blank'
Commutes Nash Sentence
standing in front of his store buying j ben torn to pieces in the streets,
produce from a farmer. The shot was Two Russian newspaper correspond-
ents were shot by the police and five
foreign journalists are in prison-
“In utter fear the government has
hegun to fortify Vienna and arrange-
ments have been made to flood large
tracts of low-lying land around the
city. Riots have occurred in many
towns and to the terrors of the Cos-
! ed States Senator L Y. Sherman” at antl Vann families. Johnson recently 3acks and tl}c1„®®rb »*d<,ed
! 10:;tu oclock, was 11,000 votes ahead ,moved to Tahlequah. Both men are,those of revolution and famine.
1 of W. E. Mason for the Republican members of prominent Cherokee fam
nomination, and apparently gaining TRes-
One of tho miner
men that the mine wan “working” and ■ J°seph G. Cannon, former speaker of;^on "as!}° !ave , next Mon-
that they ltau better leave. Four of ■ the house at Washington, by about I dfy_on *be cbar8e ot killing a brother
the party in tho ninth lift came out1 *.600 votes. Sullivan issued a signed. °L,Tom * ann ftt Moody, Okla.
with him statement attributing his election to1 There has been a feud of several
1 his direct appeal to the people. Unit- years’ standing between the Johnson
Oklahoma City, Sept. 10.--The exe-
cution of S. A. Blank has been delayed
until December It. and the death sen-
tence of James Nash commuted to life
Interest in Sullivan’s candidacy was
increased a few days ago by the re-
ceipt' by Cook county Democrats of a
letter from Secretary Bryan urging
(expires during the incumbency of the• imprisonment bv Governor Cruce. i hls dcfaat- ln Cook county Sullivan
PARCEL POST FACULTIES
Will Be Demonstrated By Exhibits
and Many County Fairs,
Washington. Sopt. 9—Postmaster
Blank was convicted in October. 1913,
in Choctaw county, tin a charge of
murdering a woman and two children.
He was sentenced to be electrocuted
March 14, but was reprieved until
BELGRADE DEFIES AUSTRIA.
Even Servian Women Fighting to Hold
London, Sept. 10.—A dispatch to the
led Stringer nearly 3 to 1. Out of Reuter Telegram company from Rome
1,705 precincts. 909 gave Sullivan 48,-
222, and Stringer 17,748.
Joseph G. Cannon was nominated
over Dr. E. B. Coolley, after a close-
September 11. An appeal before thej'y ^tRosted campaign,
criminal court cf appeals has not been
General Burleson’s suggestion that i finnll-v determined, hence the stay
Postmasters the country over join in Nash was convicted in May, 1914,
giving the public ocular demonstra- Tn Rogers county, on a charge of mur-
tions of the advantages and the be.,t i der flnd sentenced to be electrocuted]
Trumbull, chairman of tho board of
,,---r.— -----^ the Cbcscpcnkc & Ohio railway, and , --------— - - ---------- — — -------------- i i-.,
allies, and are being circulated ln the, the Missouri, Kansas & Texas road' mcihods of t!,p pans ! post p,a July 24. A,stay was given until Sep- t'DiTPratr
effort to make it appear that he fore-] A. C. Reajick, of New York city, and,b*;B adc,pted on n huge scale Item her;■ IU The governor is rtpposed j Held1 en
Representative Cordell Hull, of Ten-'
nesBee, author of the income tax law
it was expected that an official of the
PROF. AND UOY ELOPED
says that, according to reports from
Nish, Belgrade is still putting up
magnificent defense and giving a hero-
ic example of the endurance of both
the soldiers and the civilians. Even
the women are fighting stubbornly
Thc Servians swear that the enemy
will never enter the capital so long as
one house stands'and on Servian lives
sees eventual defeat. The truth is.
say the Germans that they are win-
ning all along the line, and that they
will go on fighting until the allies sue
Coun von BernstAfff has made three
fleeting visits to Washington since he
returned to the United States shortly
after the war broke out. He spends mittees.
his time almost entirely in New York- At the seventh ser um tonight—the
It was reported some time ago that “Efficiency Session”—the program
the ambassador was making his head- called for addresses by Dr. John Coul-
quarters in New York for the purpose ter. of the federal census bureau; Dr.
treasury department would sneak as
the official representative of the fed
eral government- At the sixth ses-
sion this afternoon the delegates
beerd raisccllanecus reports of com-
Scores of county and state la5*!-.]*0 capital punishment.
with parcel post exhibits among i.ieirj ---——
well advertised "striking -mu to-el GERM 1 \ SOCIALISTS GLOOMT.
features, have alread.v been *t,jld or! — »
Man and Sfsler-in-Law
Milwaukee. Sept. 10—Claire
j Chennault, former professor in
No Word From the Front
Paris, Sept. 10—The French war
office didn’t issue the customary
communication this afternoon regard
, ing the military operations of the alli-
e 1 ed armies.
to be 1
iii p-caress. Many
eld later this me
Vorwrert* Vnticinate* Misery for Ger-
•tnr- ts Well As France.
of negotating a German loan from
Wall street bankers and of furthering
the proposed sale 'ttt German liners
to American interests.
Neither the ambassador nor any of
his assistants will discuss these mut-
ters or disclose the purpose of the
count’s protracted stay in New York-
If New York bankers should loan
Louisiana and Okla- __
homa, and Mrs. Anna May Griffin1
Chennault. wife of the educator s Mis« Helen Weeks arrived this morn-
buother. are in Baton Rouge. La., in6- She has spent the summer in
where they will rnswer to a charge Indiana visiting her mother. She was
of violating the Mann act. Back of accompanied by Master Robert Walsh,
the charge lies a dramatic story. )who has been at Winona Lake. Ind.,
Years ago Claire Chennault, a col- “H summer Mrs. C. F. Walsh, ills
lege student, met Anna May Griffin, mother, will remain there for a week
liclle of the college town. Chennault or two long1
fell in love with the girl, but. re-j —-
_ ____ . .... ..... ..jilted, left college apparently brok- Miss Hettie Bailey. IS years old. and
The fnost important subject to be dis-!use of the parcel post, which was pi.n-jfanded to the utmost. ien hearted. ; Paul Johnson, 19 years old. both of
eussetl was that on public expendi-,Gained in the Postmaster General's let- j A lasting struggle can be expected Years elapsed. Chennault became'Bartlesville, were united in marriage
tures. T. S. Adams, state tax com-jipr °f August 10. The letter was ad-.fa the interior of. France, the paper! a professor in the University of by John R. Charlton at his office last
missioner of Wisconsin, as chairman.(dressed to the Postmasters at all says—snoh a struggle as, if continued j LouRiar.a and Inter in the University night. The marriage of the young
will deliver t lie report of the commit- county seats. Hundreds of tetters' until both psrtfes are exhausted, will-of Oklahoma, He moved to Oklahoma people was s complete surprise to
William H. Allrr. cf IN
municipal research. New
"‘V , 1 c !3r!n-to-taDte plan o
rect exchange between farm and
an immediate expansion of this
vice is forseen.
The exhibits are being installed
dor postal auspices pursuant to
bureau of direct approval of thi
York city , educating the geners
the Evening Ne'
man Socialist eaj
Itshed in Berlin, d
clams tion of tlm
plan o‘ further and the manifestr
public in ilia ■ clalistr, prove t.’;
. ill* j
10.—In a dispatch
the correspondent of
s says that the Ger-
per VorwperN. pub-!
ieclares that the pro-
f the French B<j-
'ar:s wilt be £e-
♦ ADMIRAL DEWA READY ♦
♦ FOR BIG BATTLE OFF ♦
♦ - GERMAN KIAU-CHAU ♦
tee of the association on increase of **' reply showing the widespread mean misery for the German as well
public expenditures. ^adoption of the plan have now been as the French people.
City where ho became a teacher iu their many friends,
the high school. In the meantime, he in Bartlesville,
Admiral Baron s. Dewa is com-
maptyr ef the first squadron. of (the
Japanese navy. He is on duty with hi
ships off Kla:i-('hau, the German
They will reside j Possession in China which Japan is
j trying to capture > -
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The Washington County Sentinel And The Weekly Enterprise (Bartlesville, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 30, Ed. 1 Friday, September 11, 1914, newspaper, September 11, 1914; Bartlesville, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc951931/m1/2/: accessed November 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.