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THX OKLAHOMA CITY TIMI8.
MONDAY, DE0IMBX1 7, mi." Kcisk Supplies For Gifts Enlarging Camera, 2 up. Portrait attachmenta, line. Iayllght developing tanks, t2 to f&. Complete developing and printing out fit k. $1 y. Special at that price. W :wv Issued a catalogue of kodak and supplies. We shall lie glad to send tt to you. A potrard will hrlug It! Developing and printing1- the work la second to none In the United State. Parcel Hwt prepaid. WESTF ALL'S "P. B. X. 77." Sogqlfc goods i jG Bedtime where Bobby Cuoa was and b oould u't understand why they didn't gt him. Now that he could uo longer aiuell Bobby ha wan fast losing Inter est. There was no excitement wultlng i srouud the foot of a true. Prweently ' ho began to miff around to am what other tracka he oould find. No on noticed htin. He kept going farther and farther. Ha! what waa that? He sniffed and sniffed again. It was the tracks of Keddy Foi. "How, wow, wow, ow, ow, ow, wow !" roared Bow ser and was off with his nose to the ground. In great excitement the other dng joined him and they made the Ureen forest ring with their voices. There !" exrlatnied one of the hunt ere, "that ooon hna stolen dowu while we have been deputing and has got away. Come on! We want to he somewhere near when those dogs tree hliu aguln P One of them grabbed up Ids terri ble gnu, others caught up the lanterns, for It was night you know, and away they hurried after the flog. Ijist of nil waa Farmer Itrowu's Ixiy and lie wax chuckling to himself. What at? Why at the thought of how those oth er hunters were going to le fouled. He underHtiHid Just what I hoieil he would (In. He hax done Hohhy Coou a mighty gxxl turn, though he diN-sn't know It. I hope that Coon will know enough to get away from here before the fellows find out that It la Fol they are chiming. TIiIh 1m his chance If he only knows enough to take It" and Hobby Coon did. Hy the time the Hunters returned, tired and very much put out, be was fur uway and HH fc. Next Htor.T : "Mrs, Hp.ii. Tells Her Troubles." I 1 YOUTH STABBED IN BOYS' FIGHT Bf Ttioramw W. Barges tsrrii imi a j lius. Each deed we do, each word we snj, Though trivial tlley often xeem, May hurt or help Nomeboily else In whx of which we never dream. Certainly Howser the Hound hadn't the least lulenllou In the world or helping Hobby Coou. No Indeed! That ax the Inst tiling Unit would enter Ills head. Ami jet Howser did help Hobby mill he ill. I It ill just the time when help whs most needed. The fun ny thing Is, Howser didn't know Hint "Come on! We want to be somewhere near when those dogs tree him again" lie waa helping Hobby and he doesn't feiiow that he did to I tils day. Ann Pint goes to allow how little we can tell what an act of our own means to another. Hobby had reached a hollow high up In a big tree, ami In this he had hidden while down liclow Farmer H rown'a Ixiy had tinnle such a fust, about ('limbing thill Ins'. Now Howser the Hound bad begun to lose Interest In the bunt for Hob by Conn, lie had done his share. He bad found Hobby 'x tracks and he bad followed them until be hsd forced Hobby to climb a tree It seemed to him that these men folks were dread fully stupid. He had shown them Cliff Stout Is in Hospital In ltanger oiin (iiiiditlisi as Result of How Staged In a Palace on (irand. Itesort flgbtx must slop, Is the unani mous feeling of the police of Oklaho ma City as a result of a series of j "Joint" fields In the last few weeks. The plaiv at .'UNI East lirand In nnii- lug In for Its sb me of the complaint i as two fights, have been staked there recently, one Saturday and one Sun- day night. At a result of the Saturday tilitht I fl.'bl five young lueti are now In jail awaiting trial which was contlnuisl from this morning's session by Jiulve I I'llis... Cliff Stout. 21 years old. Is ! In the I'oxt (iruilimle hospital In a serious iiiinlltlon ax a result of tint Sunday night trouble. The loser In the first fight was at lacked by five Ixiys. be claims. He attempted to stop a fight In progress and when he Interfered waa In turu at tacked and severely beaten. A. It. Croiton In the coinpliitulug party, and the alleged trouble makers are Don Washburn, l.ln Kates, Frank Hinder, Curley Wyner and Hill tlrant, all young men under 21 years of age. The Sunday night fight was alleg ed to have been over the posscmmIod of an overcoat. Stout was mixed up In an arifumeut with an unknown youth over the coat and Stout was stabbed in the left thigh. Witnesses allege that the boy's life waa saved by the ipilck work of a woman who plai-ed her thumb over the wound and pre vented loss of Wood. Stout was at tended by City Physician Hunter and removed to the oily hospital. A case of mrrylng concealed weap ons, brought up In court several days ago, In an Illustration of the tendency of young boys to start fights In these places, say the police. BE 10 BE CALLED Volunteers Are Wanted U Act un Judge and Clerks Fr Haifa Da;. VOTING PLACES AKK NAMED CRAZY OFFICER THREATENED KAISER WITH DRAWN SWORD Iar1x. Iec. 7. A rumor here says an offb-er of the Herman general staff sudibinly became demented at head quarter and attacked the kaiser with a drawn awnrd. He was ovcrvowered and removed. hurling the most frightful epithets at the kaiser. The offbs-r had been se verely ceiianrwl by tne Kaiser tor a mistake. KnimMes not a necktie Klr) Jl w I w 'I l SJ 1 -v TV II 11 !!''.. Tot an ambr"a The water cvimulttee. represeutiug nil the buitluee ts-gaidrjitlous 111 Ok lahoma City, inu recomuwnded au election at as early a date as poeelble for the piupotte uf voting bouila In the sum of -IU,l)UO with whbh to construct our sUirsgv reservoir and one adiUUoiial clear water wall, a part of project uumber 7 whlcli was tn) oiuiuended by thv board of engineers two years ago. The ctly coinuilMskineni nave acted upi the renmieudutlnn of such special water committee and be ing now ready to call the electiou. It becomes iieisstsary to name lu etich elm'tlou all the parties wlui wlil act as election uft'lcluUi. Inasmuch us the election will Is? held from 1- ocl.sk noli until S o'clock p. in., thereby only taking ois?i nfturu4on, the water is.iimiltte Mlevtsi liiat enmigh nJuntisTs can Ik se cured ui each pns luct to take care uf the ehs'tlou without Incurring auy unneeesHnry evix-nxe for tills purpose. Divided Into Prerlnrts. For that reason umiouui-eiiicut is now made of Hie voting precinct so that patriotic clttacuK who are willing lo devote un nftcrtnxin to the settle incut of this important question uiuy know hi which precinct they are lo ciitisl and volunteer for that servbs- The city bus been divided Into twelve products. I'rei-lnct Numlier I. Ward I coinprlMs nil the regular pr" clncts 1, 2. and II of that wanl and w 111 vote at fire station, Twenty find mid Western avenue. Product 2 of Ward 1 comprises regular pnsinctx 4. fi. and t of that ward and will vote at Tenth and Western. I'nsMiirt .1 of Ward 1 comprises regular prednd 7. K and 0 of tha ward and will vote nl fire station i.t Hudum and Park Place. I'ns'lnct 1 of Want 2 comprises n-gnlar pris'lncls 1. and tl of that ward and will vote at the fire station at Ninth and Stonewall. Precinct 2 of Ward 2 ivanprlsos reeulnr products 2, S snd 4 of thnt wanl and will visle at Nutnls-r 1tl East Sixth strist. On I, lues of Travel. Prwlnct 8 of Wnrd 2 emnprlaw regular prednds 7. S and P of thnt ward and will vote at the fire station nt Walnut avenue and the Viaduct. Prednot 1 of Ward S comprises regular prednrt 1, 6 and 7 of thnt ward mid will vote In the basement of the city hall. Preelnd 2 of Ward S eomprWs regular predncta 2 anil 8 of that ward and will vote at 7l0 North Ikjw ey. Prednd R of Ward M comprises regular precincts 3 and 4 of that ward and will vote at 'oil North Hlackwel der Prednrt 4 of Wanl S nanprtaea n-gular precincts S, It and in of that ward and will vote nt the court house. Preclni t 1 of Ward 4 isimprtasa regular precincts 1, 2. S and 4 of that wanl nnd will vote at corner Chickasaw and Hudson avenues. Prednd 2 of Ward 4 osnprlae i-egular precincts o. (i. 7 and H of that ward and w ill vote at the fire atatliMi at the corner of "H" and Harvey streets. It will tie noted fTom the above that an effort has been made to place the voting precinct along the usual lines of travel so as to aoerrraniodate the greatest mmi!er of voters Eledlon offlmls will have to he residents of the seclal predndi ont lined above and should he legal voters who have reoeplts for taies paid with In the last twelve months Volunteers will please Immediately t phone or write J H. Johnston. Rixrtn I cim r.ileoi-il Hiilhlliiir Teleohnne Walnut W-l. giving name, street and numls-r so that they may he assigned to the work and their names duly In serted In the election call. This matter Is urgent and It Is hoiHvl that citizens will not fall In promptly resisnnllng to this apeal. ClilCMJO NEWI.YWr.nH ANXIOI S FOR VALIDITY OK MARRIAOR Order h , Mail Dress Forms AAjtwUbU and eolkpbta, prioM flM lo $16. Tha Piisu-Form lireaa Form ia aokl at Kerr'a in Okkboma City. It ia Hieumfttio. The. prieo at $14. Find the dresa foraui in tha now ft era Uepartiuont on tha third fleer. Order Telephone cm pbx m The Sale of Silks! At 2 Worth 65c to 75c i ara HzoeJleut gilk sergea, meuaJinea, pop Una, moires and latina 24 to 36 inches will. A rare group and rather largish. Among the colors are navy, purple, Copenhagen, lavender, reseda, black and white, plain, or in combinations, toman stripes, broad Petdn stripes, printed florals and figures in almost in finite variety two and three tones. Jaquard8 in assortment. A few print ed pongees, to say nothing of flowered poplins and 36-inch lining silks. At 59 c yd Worth lo $ IxmiKinoB in a quality that will w ear t'or rver and a day. Hniart Little checks iu a number of color, suitable for 'children-'s wear, bUnmes, etc, 27 inchest wide. Heavy solid inequalities, full HC inches wide - plain red, blue, Copenhtkfeu, pink, brown, IWhia, green, rose, purple, wistttria and black. Juoqiiard silks amall patterns, "thrown out" on the surface 2b' incbcn wide. Now tires are such ailka a sell reitularly at prii-es nuij:itif; from 7.V to $1. At Me the values an thrillers! At 79 Worth $1.25 c yd Beautiful silk crepes in a world of patUrna. There are light colors, bat most of them are dark, highly adapted for dresses and blouses for immediate wear, fall 40 inches wide, printed patterns. The best silk crepe "buy" we ever saw I Taffetas in splendid plaids, 27 inches wide bright or sub dued combinations. Black measalinea and taffetas, 36 inches wide. Worth $1.25 a yard. Kerr's to Disburse Gold to Employes No doubt the people of Oklahoma will re call that last Christmas the Kerr Dry Goods Company disbursed $ 1.2(H) in gold as bonuses among its employes as an appreciation of their faithful services throughout the year, but more especially during the Christmas season. On Saturday Mr. Kerr announced that this policy of rewarding the employes of the Kerr i)ry (ioods Company will be repeated this year. The sum to be disbursed Christmas 1014 will be larger than that of last year, or approxi mately Sl.Soo the increase being due to a greater sales force and to a steadily growing business. The manner in which this money will be divided is interesting. Each salesperson will be given l per cent of his or her sales dur ing the period beginning today and ending Christmas eve. Those employes not engaged in the actual selling will be rewarded on the basis of their salaries and the importance of thei' services to the store and its clientele. In this conenction Kerr's also announces that it will remain1 open onlv one evening be fore Christmas, that is, Christmas eve. A Benefit Concert Is Set For Tonight uf JUt Jfe t c, t'hUnito, Pec. 7. - rrlKhtened hy r- xrts frnm Miixkiiiiee, Kurt Hmlth and other plan' that marriage licenses r- iulre1 the ten-cent irnvernnient war tax stamp, inanv who have utlllxed 11- ivuxes here sIiiit Nov. IK), aplsHlM to the Internal reremie office to learn whether thev were llahle to prtsjeeii- rlon. Julius Sinlelianka, collector of Internal revenue ilsclared that no alamo was required for the license. thilv when a certified ropy la requir ed to prove niarrlaKs aa In dlTorce prixvedliiKS Is tha slainp- nacessarj he declared. 11 4. n V. V . "4 or xv -notatcilct coop CAMllRIIXiK ATIIIKT1CH HALT HTl'UENTS TRAIN FOR WAR I-ondon, !. 7 - It Is officially an nouiiced Mint there will hw no athlethn of any kind at Camltrlrii UnUersll this vear. The tirlnclpal reason for the caiKvllatton of evan the mhi siMirtlnff etettts la that the men hav no time to train or practice, five af ternoons a week helni occupied by work In the Officers' Training Corps The offldal 'notli" aitH to a frehmen'a ssnls and to tha Intereol leaiate sanies. I RINCK8 GIVR MILLIONS FROM COITRRS OF INDIA Ixmdon, Iec. 7. OnnirlhnUotai by nil Inn princes of India to the aipsuM of tha war now amonnt approximately to f4.INXI.0ll0. Acordlnf to a telsffram received from I MM. All tba treat na- tlve state, the despatch declares, have 1 now ek pressed recrat to tha TVwroy 1 that Turkey has Joined Oertuany In flffhtlni F.nslnnd end all the nillns I princes continue to take the keeneai Utlarwtt la tae war. 'WILSON TOOK ELDER lresh)teriaii raster Iteriir I'rmil dent's AltemiaiMie at Theaters; Raps Daniels and EdUen. Ilalelnh, N. C, Dec. 7. "I'resliUmt Y llsuu is a great man, hut I deeply deprecate his frequent attendance at the pbivlnmses," lr. McWhlte, pastor of the 1rst I'rexhyterlsn church, said to his coiiKrecatlon. "The president U, a lielter preslilent I dan he Is t l'reshyterlaii ehU-r.' the ilergyinan tuntlnued, "alheit, I a ippose It requires more icrace to Is a koI elder than a president." Of Secretary Daniels, whose wife Moiirh to his conR-rej:atlin, the minis U-t said: "1 deplore the dlerenard of tlie Sah hath hy Secretary Daniels In testing -nhmiirtnes on Sunday when there Is no thought of war." Ha referred to Daniels' visit to Thomas A. F.dlson and their trip In he oat. He called Kdlson a Oodles mait Rom land l. Williams, the widely I nown muslrlan who will randust beuefll ronrert at H4. Luke't rhurrh tonlrlit. tlR The IxMieflt concert to ls kIvcii at St I.ukex church totitxht will lie rich treat fir those who attend and Is t ) he kIm-ii for a most worthy oh- .lect It Is to help the Oklahoma Or phanage. The church la at Klithth and Itohlnson mill those who attend will not ls illKflHilntml. The concert will I under the direction of Rowland D. Williams nf tlila city. The Itrniihllde Music ('lull, Kdwln M Stix-kel, til tin ii sulolxt, and Mlsx llulcn Walcott will assist Mr. Williams Mho Is hltuxclf a stiiKcr and entertain er of rare alilllty. "The hull Sale" hy Miss Waloott's prlinnry class Is something quite nnliiie and Interesting nud fit In m.wt charmingly w 1th the rest of the prnitrnin M ill oin promptly at 8:15. Appetite Routs Grief of Billy J?et of White House Washing! le. T. Hilly, the Isaiitlfnl ol lie at the White House, sat up ami took a hit today for the first time In more than a week, and his mlHtreix. Mum Helen Woodrtiw Jones, the president's favorite niece, cried over him a little hit and was much relieved For "Hilly" has leen Uhi lonelv to t sliu-e the disappear ance of "Nicky Bwi," a HtvUh collie tHaymatn, who wandered away when out walking sit Mrs. HcAdoo, wife of the secretary of tb treasury and daughter of tha president When "Nicky-Bern." wh seemed from his early puppyhood destined to a life of adventure, went away wiln Mrs MeAdiMi on the day of his disap pearance "HI) It" mw him and made an effort to go, ton. He was kept at home, though, and alnce then has mad a practice of running up to Mrs. MrAiloo M'henevftr he apiwars and looking tit "t her with a lak of min gled questioning end Indignation the places where "Nicky Hen" and be used to run mid play a iloten Uine a lay and hua niosiuxl and mails little rles when constantly dlaapixiliited in Ids search of the wanderer. Time and iichIii he haa dashed off on a tuddeli Inspiration to some place around the White House grounds where "Nicky lt n hid Isines and enjoyed siestas hut each time he haa eoniq back with head hung low and despair In rrm action. He consistently refused to eat anything. Today when dinner waa all reedy al the Wtilte House his mlatresa had little platter made ready for "Hilly,' sod. though It waa tempting, she wax none too sure that he oould be Induced to eat It. Hilly hxiked It over apfiralalngly f'r some time, walked out to the mad gate, aiid looked up and down slowly, and then walked In dignified measure hack to the platter. Orlef la one thing and R frightful appetite la some- trine additional. It waa a hrely ltn Hilly has walked about slowly to aUuar, but "1UHj" at a rilEFMIN0 MOTHERS AM) WK SICK MAIDENS WORRY P .18 TOR Worcester. Mass., Dec. 7 Rev. ''nxlerlck Nicholson, of the First ilr1tual church, today appealed to he chief of pollen Mr "protection igalnst lore-sick baldens and scnem- ng mothers." Vir weeks, be said, hie life haa been made unhappy hy lore letters and telephone calls. He turned "er to the itnllca a package of let tern. Police offldala uhaenuentlr via- led one home and advised that atten tions to the pastor cease. ! UX.iLHS SERVIAN KING I'RAISKH ? ALLIES TROOPS AT FRONT 1'arls, Dec 7. King l"tr of Serrut has visited the theater of war anj has coinmunicnted to the troops art order of the day In which be thank 4 them warmly for their effort. Thli Information Is contained In a dlspaUH from tha Nlsh. Servla. corresnoudrat of tha Havaa agmicy. I 4 -! - LlgLl WEALTHY FARMER BROTHERS FOl'ND MI RDERKD IN HOME Ttels-a, 111.. Dec. 7. Adam and (tan Brown, brothers. (M) and 112 years uhi. have Iwo found murdered In heir home four miles east of here. They were wealthy farmer and un married. It waa commonly known that ihey carried large sums of money n lx nit with them and a no money was found In thatr effect It Is suptssied ihst robbery was the motive for the crome. Clear, Fragrant Delicious ! COFFEE The moment you taste oof fee made In a Universal Percolator you are Impressed wit Ita sparkling clearness, the richness and delicacy of Its flavor anil the absence of the hit tor taste caused by Isilllug. I'tilversal Coffee Perco lators are made In many styles and slae. l'rtoa $2 to $8 cleloet IIOW. Storm &Erickson Hardware Co. 111 North Bra away. MIS. HOUSZWiri- Bnndle your FAMILY Wi8H-nd Hi to our Laundry nd hav It done on our nw "READY, FOR USE' PLAN" No further effort it necesaary for perfect tat kfaction. WHY NOT TRY IT? PHONE WALNUT 212 for our wagon. - White Swan Sundry B. BARNETT, Mr. " WALNUT 212.