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oon One Solid Gold Split Second Stop Watch and Time -keeper. ing jfieji Price Regular $235.00 Special this week $185 eu. Weinberger She 0ue ef Quality 120 West Oklahoma LOSSBLJ PRINCESS SAYS FRANCE AND CZAR DECIDED ON WAR IN JULY WOULD SELECT 15 NAMES (Continued from Page One ) ROYAL SECRET IS BESTOWED (Continued from Page One.) 1 dance of old SDain. rind the Oi-Rc.ian a uniform marriage law between the scarf dance under the spot Weft, and states. her graceful manipulation pf a filmy '.No. KS, by Beauman and Biikel- Bca,,f was exquisite. To prevent the spread of sandb.irrs. 'V Pelvl Orafaam Remtrk. who Is a - .member of the (American association iXo. by Ryan Providing for a of humorists, delighted his audience pension for ex -Confederate soldiers with funny stories and dialect sketch ami sailors and' their widows' and e.s. Mr. Hemlek tells great truths un making an appropriation therefor, . de" the guisa of a story to amuse .the V j public-, :- -. -... No. no. by Davidson of Tulsa- Miss ffJUian aiolke, of the Dramatic Providing for the establishment cr Art B.hool at icentral State Norma! tirivate warehouses far the storage appeared at the lone (Hotel this &tr w various Kinas oi oro ana cemeni ternoon and wiU give a short pTogram and authorizing the issuance of cer-in the Temple auditorium before the tificates therefor. 'dance tonight. "No. 241 W ciark.e Durant. Voting. . A" tomobile ride this morning McCord and fcollIns-Amending sec- " AWr the out Of town ipcople. 'toon 6911, revised laws of Oklahoma. prohibiting the peddlin,? of medicines' ', , , . mree vjucago artists were paid ior weir work ut the Temple IXo. 233, by Brown of Carter ' Authorizing the creation by cities and' towns" of cemetery funds. No. 234, toy Disney of Muskogee Authorizing cities of the first cla33 to issue renewal bonds to extend the time of payment of any past due street improvement bonds and inter est thereon at a lower rate of in terest. Berlin, (Ma Wireless to .Sayville), Jan. 21. A letter said to have been written by a (Russian princess, a rel ative of Emperor Nicholas, and pub llshed in the Munich -Post, was given out in 'Berlin today by tiie Overseas news agency. The letter stated that in Russian court circles it Is esilruat ed that the war losses of the Rus sians up to the end of November amounted to' 300,000 men killed and 1,300,000 wounded or lncapacited by illness. Many Russian aristocrats. the letter says, "regard the war as a calamity for (Russia," and certain rel atives of the emperor, it is further stated, are "endeavoring to 'break Mie influence. ot the Russian commander- in-chief, Gand Duke 'Nicholas." i (According to the writer of this let ter, war against Germany was de elded on woen lYesident -Polncare aiid Premier Vivian! of France visited I'et rograd last July, ten days before the war began. This decision was reach ed, it was said, after Count Benoken dorff, Russian ambassador to Great Britain, and A. P. -Iswolsky, Russian amoassaaor to Yanee, bad sent to the emperor favorable reports con cernfng the (Euorpean political situ ation. A LOGIC'L DIM , treatim IPORTANCE OP P1..IMIN ATlMrt AdUDITY AND FOOD FERMENTATION il)rlnf the pasi two or three year rPpoita have fi-ftntAiit!v Armei,., in 11, PrwX poneeriUnB- tli. i-oinutbul.U m-iijii. or Bi8rata magnesia a an anUit'Id; nnd v," "bu'ty. to promote - normal,' healthy uiKvnwn "V ravrn:lnjr food funnontu- lion and neutralizing ilaiiKorotM stomneh onen oeen demonstrated. I n:il recently drugjrhits could supply MsurateU magnesia In powder form out, -from one to t teagpoonfuls of which, token in a little water after meals, almost Inarantly "lops all fermentation and . neutralises niju, iout eutierers from stomach trouble Will a Elitd ta leiir.rt tliur Ufa,, u In, ut rxner inents. m itiHiimir firm nr -manufactiuIiiK druggists has now suc ceeded in producing; a 5 grain tablet wmcn comuiuest all tile valuable antacid properties of the ordinary bisurwted mag nesia in a very convenient form. This new,, lame, or bisurated nmxnesiii can now be obtained of druggists every where and liiunv ohvskimm am airemiv orescribinir iliem inateail at th nou.inV l( OF LEOPOLD COUNTED TO FIGHT FOR RURAL CREDITS DEMOCRATS WILL TRY TO PASS MEASURE AT PRES ENT SESSION Washington, Jan." 21. .Although there may be no opportunity to enact legislation for the improvement ot rural credits by the time congress hddourn'3 -March 4, 'Democrats of the senate resumed activity today on this su'bject, with a view to reporting a bill in the near future. In accordance with action of the Democratic, caucus (Monday nlght in dclarinc? it thn sensa nf oon a to n.m. I. " - 5 ocrits that a rural credits system bill should be passed at thett'earlie prac ticable date," a meeting of tb Bank ing and Currency committee was call ed today Jjy Chairman Owen. , The committee will nieet tomorrow to take up jxarticularly the iblll known in the senate as the Mollis BUI, which was framed by the Joint (banking and currency subcommittee of the senate and house last summer. ; -Some leading Democrats insisted to ti;y' that an e.Ura session of congress t:ould not be avoided now. Senator ioke Smith of Georgia openly de clared that an extra session In the spring or 'summer was 'absolutely certain. iBelieving this to be 'the a4P. Tfinma vf tlha Tlamvyvfatn iHi.WtiA I r . . that there is no necessity for immed n JL on ml HIS FORESIGHT J PLACED BELGIUM IN GOOD CON DITION FOR WAR (Ily Associated Press fable.) London, Jan.; 21. The late King Leopold's personal influence had a great deal to do with the state oi In allavinr pain thorc is nothing more successful or practical than' the use of heat. Heat is most easily appli ed through Ithe use of a good hot water bottle. Our HOT WATER BOTTLES are of the real nibhcr kind. Ivcep plenty of them on haud during cold weather. Use tliein to overcome pain and also use them to comfort your cold feet. In your home (here should le a hot water bottle for every pair of feet wl Brug im Guthrie, Oklahoma completed, atiou now. 'Only one still Is in oper- McAlester Store Is Burglarized. Burglars entered the store of T. J. Mudlow last night and got away with nearly J10O worth of merchandise. Seven tramps yier-e held as suspects. late action upon appropriation bills and are urging that rural cedits leg iL, II. Lohr is prepared to do all kinds of gas -piping at a reasonable cost. He keeps on hand a supply ot gas mantles globes and burners. by other than druggists and ians. physl- CHICHESTER S PILLS TIII VIAMUNn BRAM). A i?iZ I'll la is Krd and bold neuUiAV tailed iih Blue Rtlon. V I I Of l!-UC!rt. A..Hor-l.ria:ii-TEB ffH. A-lfnr4-lll.rirFKTf.-l HlA0.,r KRAMI MIJ.K. for v& fti k "town tu bcil, I-t. Atv ts fcH MIIHY INDIES HERE AS FEDERAL WITNESSES Many witnesses are attending fed eral court. Osage county sends her regular quoto of Indians. The fol lowing are some of the na.xes that appear on the witness list: Black Bird. Black (Dog, -Walla Fish, Beacon Ruid, O-pha-su-ah, Emma Panther, Alack Panf.ier, Henry Panther and Hobert Panther. The nine above named are Osage Indians, and are worth, collectively, more than $500,- 000. lEONAIIO, OF MASTER KET. BREAKS DOWN AT WORK Robert Ionard, chief actor in the "Master Key" collapsed from nervous strain, after completing the seventh episode of the great serial. IHe was away from- his duties long enough to delay the installment, and those sue ceeding one week. After the seventh Installment of the "Master Key" is presented, there will be a lanse nf one week, then the rest of the story win follow as scheduled in The Leader. - iu enier tns war, according to an article written by some of the Bel gian officials connected with the re- siatlnn ,hft .kcn lm w, vt.,K lipf Wnr'l: Vidpo - Tf ronilo' t . . .... ving xopoiu uncie or tne .present caucus in the near -future 1 -' j - w enuiusiasuc aa- , ipresident Wilson suggested, in his vocate of military defense works, ana annual message, that there would not his personal Ideas were largely de- be time for rural credits legislation at veloped in the fortresses of. Antwerp, this session The President told call Huy, and Namur. But he met with ers today that it was his understand mucn opposition in his efforts to Jng that the senate lemocrats did spend large sums for war purposes, mot mean 'to Infer .that rural' credits and he feared that with Ws death bill should be ru. bed through at this many of his projects would tie re- time. jocted. ' 1 The Mollis ill would establish i . "When the-kins was on his death- rural credits system under - general ied, a most imjiortant military bill control of the Federal Reserve Hoard mcn ue naa laoorea tor years io. bring before the parliament, canie up ; i T. j ., i i ' ' ' " ....... T - . , , n ( V. .Garbage can and keep It clean for CITY GARBAGE COMPANY KANSAS WOMAN KILLED ON HE OF DIVORCE TRIAL M2 ('By Associated Press.) IFredonia, iKans., . Jan. 21, Mrs. Amanda Ityan, mother of thirteen children was assassinated in the both room of her home t nieht She was the wife of a wiullhy ior mer. The assassin nsed a shot sun. fir mg through a window. nj, ner nusoana was ar rested at Woedesha, and is held for investigation. Ryan had Peparated from, his wife and filed a suit for diverce, which was to have come up iu court loaay. .WHEAT GOES TO ' $1.45 3-8 BUSHEL was passed. Its fate in the senate was in doubt however. The king summoned his physician, and asked abruptly, 'How leng "have I to live?' ' , "The physician, upset by such a question, stammered a5 few words ot protest. 'I am not asking for fine words. interrupted the king. , I am speak ing now not as tpour patient out as your king. It is a matter of state. How many hours have I left?' Sire, the end may come early to morrow although there still is hope. "'Send the premier to me.' "The premier icame, and the king said to him: ; " 'Sire, T am delighted that the chamber has passed the military law, for as you inow, I am convinc ed tfiat on that law depends the maintenance of the Independence of our country. I now ask you to take the bill to the senate today, and to tell the senators that it is my wish o see it made into law- before I dia. it must be done quickly . "On the same, day the Mil was adopted unanimously and without discussion by the senate. King Leopold signed it at eight o clock and on the following morning breath Too. Phone 812. LYNCH NEGRO FOR THEFT vicksburgh, Miss., Jan, 21. . Ed Johnson, a young negro, was taken from a deputy sheriff by a mob -with in the Vicksburgh city iimits today and lynched, lie Tiad been arrested, charged with stealing cattle.. iiiafiisssBSs;iiiir H TOPICS OF THE ft H TOWN AND STATE. XHKgKjSS3ffKSBaRXft8 (By Associated Press.) Chicago, 111 , Jan. 21. War prices ed ,ast- ior wheat touched a new high level .j-s bushel, Alay delivery. ztpawap to rab absinthe J "ee ngures, surmounted by 1-8, top iue previous record, made January! Paris, Jan. 21. The license commit va voaays advance, the scanti-tee of the rtiamber of deputies has IieBS OF Offerings from thA pnlinlrrh.At.t .n a rannrt favnrinff i UCllUCU LU DUU HI. . I u i i. .w.w.'.in as one of the striking features. the prohibition sinthe. of the gale of ah Phone TODAY'S QUOTATIONS Xiarkets by Wire 88 and 311 W. W Bishop CATTLE: Kansas City, Mo., Jan. 21 Receipts, a 000. Market, steady to weak. ureases beef steers, tS.W to 9.23. Prime fed steers, $7.00 to 18.50. Cows and heifers, I4..VJ to $8.75. HOQl: Receipts. 7.0G- Market, -5c to 10c lower. Bulk of sales, $6.60 to J6.K0. Top price, $6 8". WHCAT: Kansas City, "Mo., May, $Ufi 5-8.. July, $1.19 7-8. Jan. 21 PHONE O A A The place that Hoe: cleaning and pressing, dyeing, repairing and put ting on new overing collars. Our price are right. we call for aO work and deliver. Don't forget rur old hats to be mtt new. E. B. ETZ 109 S. DirUlon. M Card of Thanks. xo tne friends who were so kind and thoughtful in the Jate siAness, death, and burial of our dear coin- -panion ana mother, we express our heartfelt appreciation. Wesley Kysar and Children, 921 West Noble. Lon Run; Small Fire. . The fire department was called to 1401 Kast Harrison this afternoon to put out a fire in a small deserted shed. State Mining Boara In Session. The state mining board is in sm sion at McAlester. Thirty-rive mn tire taking . the examinations for hoisting engineer and twenty-five for fire boss. Tomorrow applicants for pit boss and superintendent will 'e held. As to Salaries. Guthrie pays its city" commission ers $l.i00 a year and feels' that it is too much; Ardmore pays its commis sioners $M00 . a . year, and knows It's too little. lArdmore Ardmorelte Assignment of District Judges, The supreme court has assigned Uistrict Judge Will Linn of tho Fif teenth district to hold court at JMan Siim two .weeks; hegiiining Jan. 19, and Judge T. -P. Clay of the Kigh teenth district to Chiokasha for two weeks, -beginning Jan. '19. Merrick Young 'Folks Wed Chas. ill., Davis, 18, and' Mllniile IA. Montz, J7 both of iMerrlck, were mar- . ricd 'by Judge Soward in justice court today. Two (More Candidates Announce. iBert IWolverton, former city police man and 'Ed -Robertson,-' present dep uty sheriff, will be candidates' for the office ot commissioner of public safety In the spring election. Both are well known afearless of ficers and have many friends who will back them. , "Big Jim" Hanria Here. James A. Harris, former chairman of the state -Republican organization, is here attending the Consistory. Ex-Secretary Knox's Son and Wife Have Had Trouble If" i HI r.' it fee-- 9 Former Federal Judge Dead. Foraaer United States Judge Louis Sulzbache of Muskogee, died yes terday in a New York hoslpltaL Winter Nearly Over. Another cold period in February nnd the winter will fce over is the promise of the' weather" forecaster. Would Have More Court Commissioner. The supreme court commission will be increased from six members, as it r.ow is constituted to 15 inetnberi. to tie appointed by the governor in stead of fty the supreme court, if a bill intrduced yesterday becomes a law. ' m. pi" . IK M vs Will Take State Census- I'nder a till introduced legislature, Oklahoma will new census taken. in the have a 7' A3 iMrs. iMay G. Knox, wife of PUi' ander C. Knox, Jr., the shopgirl who surprised the family of the fonur secreiary of sUto i i:Q others when he married the yemg eon four years The work will be ago, left her home and went to Xew done ty the county assessors antt York countv clerks. First Run in Ardmore Oil Refinery. where there were reports that she would sue her husband. How ever, her lawyer said that she did not contBa plate legal action.' He did not The first ran through the plant ot'know the cause of. (he disagreement, the Ardmore Refining company wm tut was certain it would not get In made last night. The plant will have to the courts. Their home for some capacity of 2,000 barrels when time has been at Charleston, West Va. (Previous to their marriage four years ago (Mrs. Knox who was Miss May O. Boiler, had been a salesgirl in a department store at Providence. R. I Knox is twentji-slx years old and has been employed toy a news paper at Charleston. According to the statement of friends of airs. Knox she and her husband made their home for some time wirh his parents, and though treated most kindly by them, she was annoyed because he did not make provision fcr a home of their own.