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THI OKLAHOMA CITY TIMES.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24. ltfiV 8 Wlohlnn Everyone A Merry Christmas For the Benefit of "Eleventh Hour" Buyers We Will Be Open Until Noon Tomorrow E Beundaries ol ' Nations Must Ito lit1-Adjusted Suitably U Avert rouble. V) TWO we mm ii '.'(17 :sT IN MONTH END SALE STARTS SATURDAY. CHRISTMAS DINNER KINGKADE HOTEL 75c u to s- -6:M) TO R::tO Dining Koom In Charge of T. II. IMph, formerly of the Savoy Cafe. THE FRANKLIN PRINTING GO. Corner Second and Robinson. HIGH CLASS PRINTING. St 3L Manufacturers of Rubber Stamps, Seals, Buttons, Badges. All Kinds of Novelty Printing:. Agents Shaw-Walker Filing Devices and Supplies. EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE MBAD GIVES ANNUAL Utl'ORT Huston, i,.c. Although lie de clared Uie peace parly hud fulled lu lining attention mure lu the Judicial -.ell lenient uf disputes tlmu to lhi re moval of uttasioiiH of disputes, l.tlwln l Mead, thirl director of the world I'cilce folllllllltloll, III Ills UUUUIll I'U- I rl lo I lif trustees Issued tisiuy, an cried thi' ih'Uiv movement hud lai'U inhaneed, IiinU'uiI of bulug retarded by i Id- KuroN mi war. "We Hre now compelled tu ask our selves," the report said, "whether ITll.OOU.IKMI people um In UuhhU In It ni' euiliiontlj I'liiiiiiii'rcliil age, can lieiiiinlietilly or prosTly Im denied ac cess lo the ae, mid whether (ler iii.tny rnpldl) expanding isipulntiou, already two-thirds Unit of the Culled .Mates with tin lust r. comment' mill iiilliMiul enterprise expaudlug eveu faster Ititin Hi)iilutloh, fun iwruiun oily or nox'rly lie confined 111 an urea Iinh IIjHii Tcxii. 'I'lii' whole qiioMtluii of tin IlinltH mill Isuindarles of iiiiIIouh. now ho 1 1 Io nic ii I iiml accidental uud of tin reeli hh'iiI rights iiml relations of poopli-s, iiuixt lie taki'ii up ly Hit world's KliitoMiimiHlilp III ii new mid iiinguaiit hiiiiik way, wlh ft 1 1 eye to tilt' ininiiloll cool: ,iil In II1I.4 imiiI llio in-ai'i- party KUInI coiitilliille IN Influence If It would tin IN part, uh oomvrns the most rilllcul iHiint to root out Um causes of w nr." A wmiilim against militarist move- iik-i 1 1 - lr t 111-- country wan sounded til tlio ii' ort mm erry Chris'musf We want to greet you and thank vou too. for the 10 days we've been going at full sveed: for 10 days we've been making new clothes-selling records for Oklahoma ; proving conclusively that vou. that all Okla- homans, appreciate REAL values; we have been glad to do our part towards making Christmas shopping both economical and sensible. We will be closed tomorrow but, for the benefit of those who couldnt take advantage of this Great Change of Ownership Sale, we will continue the same cut prices Saturday and for the balance of the month. Wishing you a Very Merry Christmas The Sultan of Turkey Maple 60C. Maple 698. SAFETY FIRST We Insure You Prompt Service at Right Prices. Harrell's Parcel Delivery Tracy Harrell, Prop. Motortrucks and Motorcycles 109 West Second 8treet. Maple 690. Maple 690. MTLAIN COINT. ATHll.TIC ASSOCIATION IS OKUAMkl) rangeiuents lire being made fur tbe ii mum I nllilcilr event fur next spring mill llio town In III" nullity making the I 'I'm I proposition will rt-eelve tile meet. "The Store Ahead" Milt 108 W. Main Okla. City "We're Hereto Stay" H. Lewinsohn A Son New Owners k Era of Greatest Prosperity Now Dawning For State I'un ell. Ok., llir. 24.--Tlie MeCldlu l oiiiity Atliletlo asMoeliiiioii Iuih Imimi nrKiinlr.ed here wltU a larite mniiln-r mi tbe lint tii uieiiilieni. The wIuk.I "imieii H lieaili than In their nklrls men oi me eoiinty are uie pniue uiov era In Hie hhhiii'IiiIIihi hiiiI are diln everytlilliK to um ko It a hihivis. Ar- Tlien la more Hro room In hoiiu' Only a few years uno mnrrlel in men felt aorry for splimteM. Than Thre Days to Califo rnia Laa AhiIm Riorald Dl Maala Swllt St. Barbara Oaklaarf Saa Fraaalaao s 3k Visit California this season visit the wonder Expositions the Panama-California Exposition, San Dieo, Tan. 1 to Dec. 31 ; lanama Paafic International Exposition, San Francisco, Feb. 20 to Dec. 4, 1915. For rpnl rninvmont nft ln-tiir. ioua ease go on the "Golden State Limited" a beau tiful steel train through without change between Chi cago, Kansas City and California via the Golden State Route the Direct JjtVA? f Jywsl: AlHhidpo via Rck Island -El Paso SottLwtiten - Southern Pscifk Every hixury of modern travel observation club car barber, valet service, telegraphic news, magazines, correspondence facilities, etc. Th CmHfmi man, ' ' t aecond trantrontinental train via the Golden State KouU wodern equipment excellent eervice. Enjoy tout European holiday in California this aeuon. Vralt both San Diego and San PranciKo Exnotitrime by way ol Loa Angelta, Early reservation! Important Tertphona, write or call for ful Information, inter aating lltera tura, tickets, etc. 'ITie Millaii of Turkey lias lieen driven lulo the war aKHlnxl the ullli'" by Hie Hih'laerM iiImiiH blin who are friendly to Ijeriniiiiy. lie Is not I lleved to he imn li of n tons In the Bovertmieiit and It Ls not thmusht Hint he lind in itt h In nay alMiut the iIim-IhIoii of Turkey l join with nfrirt mid Jpnuany. GOSPEL TEAMSVOKK Meetlniti Ulll lie Meld at Various Plarea Sal unlay and Tram Men WUI Oeeup) I'ulplta Sunday. Judge riaiule f. Stanley of Vill- lla will address the atate Hiwtlliif of ioaiel Teiiiim ut the J'lnd .Methodlut church Siiiiday. Judite Stanley la at preaent In llimtoii where he haa IWB rnlleil In the Interest of the work to k'lve the aauie lecture that will lie Riv en here. Saturday aftiTtiiMni at 8 o'clock the iMtiveiilhm will hold a huilnea meet- ItiK lu the iiarlnrx of the U-e Ilucklna hotel. Thla Hetwlou will he continued at 7 :m Sunday mornliiK at 9 .4ft at the ho tel a neelnl prayer aervlee will he eonducted III which the vlallliiK team will participate. Judne Stanley of Wichita and John l'.nihry, former president of the local team, will oecnnv the pulpit of the Klrat MelhoillMt church. Sundiiy afteriiioii at 2 o'clock de rctlonal aervlcea will he held In the municipal fourt room,, followed by a lecture for men at l hy lr W. H. B. I'rrh. pastor of the Hlrtm t'oiurrea tlonal church. At 7 o'clock Sunday nlMht the mem hera of the rlhlllnu tennis will iMvnpy the pulpits of the prim etaurehea. Ierv one Is Invited to attend all thine seivhvs cuocpl those ut the nill- nlclHil court rcsmis. which are for men only A P KRU AMErTTARIAN. oklahoina Is mi Hie eve'of an era of inipiisiHleiiled profijiertly lu Ibe opinion of It. J. Kdwiirds dealer In public hecurltlos with offices ou the Wcln Ii floor of the State Nation ill bank ImlliltiiK tills city. Mr. Kd ward Imvs and wlla luuulclpal Isunls, liaa llvml lu Oklahoina i'l years, iiml baa Ihs'U eiiKimed III the Isind liuslueSM for 'SJ years. Mr. Kdw anls bases his predictions iinhi the pvsTli'iice of the past mid unfailing' sltcus of dawning pnHierl ty which he sees lu the financial alt nation as Ii exists In this state as wall as lu eastern money n-iitera. Mr. I'Mwards has recently made a trip from Oklahoma lo all of the Now Knitland stales and to niim of those Intervenlnu' mid he declares (hat there are niifalllni! sign of a '. - -nl n u of money and of unprecedented tuition nl pniNN'rlty. "Oklahoiiia. In uiy opinion, Is In better financial condition today and has brlt'bler prnspecta for the linnieill ate future than any other slate of the union with the iieaalble exception of Kansas." said Mr. Fdwards pslay. "The stall's of ukliibotna. Kansas, Ne braska, t'olorinlo and iiorlliciii Texas ai better off than any of Hie others for the reason that they rale the pro duels for which there Is the ixrealesl PATTHOMMON Dittama Panaar A (an I Rix k laland Luwa IWWCalrmd Hktl. lUr.OUa. CT.COIXETT Cam marc Mil Anw Soulhata facitV laWCataHdbMa. .Oaia. OkUaosMiUiT, Bth Kxptotthn la)faf In tlthtt m eafrw Un 1W5 San FraneUe ' I .M.. I'. sti-r-You i.'hied at that (Nina uf aolltalr. Mr.. I'oatar-No. t rtuin L Bt alrrM' I inert of all concaraej the ralaa ware j Minandad. ! lols uf pretty CihsI men look a If llietr wlvea had (o tneni with trad- UaK'aUWUk. SUITABLE GIFTS For Christmas IUamouil Klin. Cameo Jenclrv Htk'k Plus Hlanet Ulna Manlcnr Ni-t Iji Vulllerm I leak Mela ' Unlil prno-li-K Walrh Chains Diild l.ook.-t Phntofrapb I ramea l-'kiwet Vi-s Hold Brail Tic t'la.i. Hrowbea old Wat. I,.--, VinltJ I'ntm W'rlat Wal.li.s lollit Hi-Is I'nrr Links N"l Itll.K" Souvenir pituiiH l ouutaln I'eaa lameo lllr Silver ratqiK. Rouiiuet TT-f -r Hat Pin. Hold ri.l( Meah llaan Har rini lluliMflj Jewelry Other pretty and useful llilnm will auiKest Ihemaelvea If you visit tar store. Oklahoma Clly. B J k W W. Mill BT. aaa demand lit Mils time and which com- I ma nil the lilxhest prices. "t'olorinlo, with her vast herda of cattle and her IiIk fruit crop, and Kansas. Oklahoma, Nebraska and northern Texan wllh wheat, cuttle, hos, horses possess the key that will oH'ii the door to prosperity. These nre strictly agricultural slates. The great KuroH'iin iiatlotiN at war must have the products that are raised on the farms ,,f (his great domain and prli-es an- continually advancing. The prliv of wheat haw Is-en continually climb liiK unl II It is (he hluhest for many yiars; the mills of Oklahoma and oth er wheat urowiim slates are working : nU'lit and day prlinllns out flour niticb of which Is going to foreign porta to fesl the armies of Knros. Thousands I of bead of boises are ls-ln sliliN'il ' out of i iklahouia. i This Is sure lo raise the price of farm work animals until many farm era will get rich In Oklahoma and elsew here raising horses and mules. As I he prlii's of farm pnalucta soar as natural linisdns will lie given to air rlculture and many will he attracted to the farm. T'il will rane the price of farm lands to advance adding much to the general pmsia-rlty of the slate." I The cotton "llimiliui. which ha I cast n shallow- over the otherwise bright pldure of coming pmapprity In I Oklnlioinn has no terrors for Mr. Kd j wards. "There Is a vast difference jls'lween our condition a to cotton S now. and during some of the yearn I that have panned," said Mr. Kdwarda. I "Then we had gom! prtcea hut no tut I ton, now we have nn abundance of ' cotton hut extremely low price. The latter situation la much more faror ! able to onr future prosperity than the I former. The cotton la In thla country and la being held for better prlcea. The 1 wealth la here and we will get the ! prb-e later. Having btlNlneaa Intereata , in lioutslana and Texas I am familiar I with itindlllons In Hume atalea and I find that the south la In much bet ter financial condition than la sup lisel." - I There has bis'n a greet Increaae I n 1 the demand for southern seen rl I lea within Hie last few weeks, aiiiirding ; to Mr. Kdwarda. The fart that the cotloii growers and bnalnesa men of ' the south are holding their cotton, tak ' en In connection with the recent ea i labllsliniciit of the federal reserve ! hanking system, has greatly ntlnmlated the ronfldeiK'e of the flnaiictera In the securllle of the aoulhland. Ssaklng of the securities market In Oklahoina Mr. Kdwarda aald: "I have aold five tlmea aa many Oklaho ma securities In (he last six weeka as I dhl In the ten weeka proceeding them. Tlie value of Oklahoina munici pal Ivonds Is also ateadlly Increasing and there la a demand for mime of them above par. Kansas and Oklahoma are holding more eastern papor than In years and especially la thla true In Kansas, where the Isxuks are groan ing with money from the big wheat crop." The Installation of the federal re serve banks, taken In connection with condition linnoaed by the Knrnpoan war Is bringing alsjut a condition of great national jiroatrltv In the oitn lon of Mr. Edwards." "The balance of trade la In our favor and thla condi tion la Is mud to grow better aa (he war continue,1 aald Mr. Kdwarda. "V are aecnrlng new market for otir product In South America and other foreign eountrlee that have been cloned to C.crmany and to' aome extent to oth er rliiropean countries at war. iiie jl'nlted Btates la dlattuctly s country that pnsluces everything that the world at large needs. The oMnlng of the federal re serve bank has reduced the discount rate from eight and ten per cent to six iter cent, t'attle paper la now he Uig dlacoonted at six jier ci'Ut where as before the opening' of the federal reserve bank this class of iaier could not lie gotten ut all. Interest rales have aim taken a tumble until the rule In New York I 4 1-4. ls-r i-enl. With plenty of money In the country and low rates of Interest, the country cannot fall to pmer and In a greater degree than ever before In the history of the I'nlted Stales." Mr. Kdwarda say that while there are unfailing rdgn of luislne revival In eastern center hla visit to b'K cities like Now York. Pittsburgh and Chicago Imprexaed him with the fact that Oklahoma Is In much lielter con dition than any of the eastern slate and thai the jKMiple here have every reason to tie satisfied with the finan cial all nation In this state. For Weakness and Ios of Appetite. The Old Standard general strength ening tonic, ;H0Vr?S TASTKI.KSH hill TONIC, drives out Malaria and builds up tbe system. A true tonic and sure Apitetlaer. For adult ami chil dren. f)0c. M TBE LOCAL PLAYKJUSB j THE 0VERH0LSER. "Ileauty I'nadorned" might be an other name for the seven reel feature film drama In which Annette Keller man Is iplM-arlng In at Over holier theatre this week. However the pro ducer have choeen to call the photo play "Neptune' Daughter" but they have not neglected to portray the grace and lovllnesH of the world famous water nymph. "Neptune' Daugh ter" gives Mis Ketlermann a long nantonilmlc iart to play In addition to which she la shown In old and now fenta of diving. Aa a phantasy of the (tea, the pic ture ha diverting and original uual1 iles. Mis Kellermann, often called a menu Id. appeara like one thU time. Surrounded hy aoma forty sister she swim and dlvea about the shorn of llermnda. Angela, her youngeat slater, la only six year old. Annette and Angela are caught lu a flah net one Sunday nfterniMin, ami Anaette escape and Angela I badly wounded while be ing rolled to land. She la covered with sea-wend and ao doea not attract the attention of the fUber folk. A little later Annette ewlms up and bear the dying little mermaid to Neptune' cere. There Anette swears an oath of vengeance agalnat all mnrtala. Ob taining a charm which will tranaforai Her Into a girl, she Mt out to punish those who are reaponathle for Angela' death. After long aerie of adventure, abe We the charm and haa to remain a mortal, though an exalted one, for she Income the queen of a handaouie young king who haa Just overthrown it usurper lo hla crown. Home remarkable eeanet In Dhoto- dratna ahow Miss KeltVrnun feeding a rave full of fish, doing fclgt dlvea from perilous cliff, stmgllng with a hired assasla na the water, and dane- Ing cIsskIc dances aa a ' woodland nymph. In several of the tranaforuia (Ion iK-eiies from iiiermahl to nuirtal .'i ml from mortal to mermaid MIsm Kel-li-niiann 1 a study li' denude, yet, she was mi iiifsicsi hoooi ii, inni a inrg'T niiilli'iii-e fully half of which was made up of women, a ppl a in hi I. l ittle MUs Katberiiie Iee, a An tela almost shared honors with Mls-i Kellermann. The child's acting was decllely onvlinliu III the net and on the shore where she breathed and sob bed her hist. This picture contlliue al The 1 rverlmlser for si-veu more ilaya with ih:i tlmt'K dully THE EMPRESS. Irene Hunt In Hie role of a news paper reisirlcr who "puts over a hltf scisip uud uuiMvera n lot of graft Is the fealure offetlng at the Kinpre ( hiislinas day lu Hie two reel Rcll- ance drama "1 h" l;xsuire." In (luded uho In :i high class progruin for the day Is a Key done comedy, a Ttiaiilionser umiisly - Hatful of Trouble," depleting the gay llfo and featuring ran lloiirke mid Madeline tr'alrbaiika and a Nestor coUM'dy, "Mil Doggone Luck." (;iiiillty vaudeville al so will 'i offered wild the Novelty lour, Hinging conns 1 1 a us mid lniier sonators and tile Three Mlllatd. noiel ty eiilertaliierH mid luinjo art Ills. To night a a Chrlsluia le m lal Is Is'lng shown Hie four rsl Famous rinyer prodnctl f Clyde Fitch's Mlworhlnt; drnliia, '"Iiie simlght lload," with Olaily llnnsou In the title role. thefoi1y. The Inclement weiilrwr prevailing this aflermsm did not dampen the ar dor of thine who sought gissl musi cal comedy, vaudeville and plctun-i at the Folly. There was a gissl crowd and the bill was pratlcularly entertain ing. 'The Frolb's of I0I.V by Riitaiine Carter's musical conuslv company kept the crowd entertains! for almost nn hour. This la a splendid cnmiiany ami me comedians are enswllmrlv lever. Frank Vorg ninde a lilt In his novelty musical act. The picture pro gram emhrnciHl the best to lie had In feature nud neneily. Kieclal arrangi ments are being ininle to handle the large Christmas crowds tomorrow Program Prepared. The Christmas, entertainment of the First Methiallst church 8undar achiHil, corner of Fourth street and Robinson avenue, will be held Friday night at 7:.K) o'clock, at the church. A great Christmas tree will be loaded with gift for the youngsters. An in teresting program of mnatc and speak ing ha been prepared. "Harry," aald the teacher to pu pil In the junior grammar class, "what gender la 'phonograph' T" "Feminine gender," waa the answer. "No, no," aald the teacher. "It It neuter gender." "Well, It ought to he feminine," re plied Harry, "because It repeats every thing It la told." 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