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OKLAlI0MAciTY TIMES. THUKSDAY. ' NOVEMBEB lS.'tSlT.
I. , '., - 1 f .' m 'V.'. i ft:.. ; f . V. " . , V i : . f TT.tuS& Appointed to Take :XiCm of Visitors. committees hava been appoint- (J tV organist work to be tart ied on r vliftf ' Uic . state teacher' conveittiou, ; ttwrdiaj lo , J. A. Whiteford, city i'r J. superintendent of schools. .tl'. Teacher rom all over the natr will . "meet in' Oklahoma City, November 29. y'J';Th convrntioo, will continue for four 1 days: The committees appointed in- ''' elude : . . ' ' Eamitlv committor: J.. A. W)tlfor.l. : C. W. TuriMir, W. T. Leach, Klorenca , Urtfory. HHa Kn1i, J. H. raynu, W. O. Moor. Hubert Worler. ' Aemwnodatlon: O. W. Turner, C. A. : ' IlameM, ltr. H H ClowtmnM, Mm. Jew el, Cflapman, T. W. Kohlnaon, M V. i'earl, Mary C. alcCullnufh, 8. N. Hop kins. IKorMor: W. T. 1oarh. Ora.'i! ChadmVk, Kathertn rmvln, A. W. Horn ' Wf. Ethyl Wlmsatt. atea. H. C. Hoovtr Kihlhlu: FV.reiie Uresjorv, A. J. crMintr, H. r. Hunch. Information: Helm PYrrla, C. O. (in tlnaar, Miry 0. rVxt II. ('. Kin-, A. It. Partn-I. j' Mwflrif phloaa: 1. H. Payne. K L 1 fturton. J. T Clayton. .1 M. Mitchell, 1. W. WebaT, Mm. Lou Miialer. Racptloii: W. it. Miiiir, Hmlle An trwi. atra. Mar' U. I'limh, Mm. Irn C Fry, Aim. Anna Hurk Iv, Anna Matlhaw. Kdith Frltaaun, Klhel McMll-.- Ian. MimIc: Ilnberta U'orl.y, Holilile Wada, Marlon Mei.'uni. Rth Mmlili. ' fcntrtalnmi-nt : Chamher of Cnm ITiarc, Retail Morthiinta association. L-.3V.TS C. 0. D. CHOGERY IS SOLD W. T. Lunn, formerly a merchant of Wellston, Okla., today purrhai'd Rrown'a C. O. I). Rrocerv from Y. H fhillipi and H. A. (irry, jr. Brown' C. O. D. is one of tlw,loal groceries ' operated under a government license. ' Mr. Grey will he temporarily con nected with Mr. Lunn. Mr. rhillips has nol announced his future plans. Prophecy: One of the next nation to join the allied war againt the kaiser will tx Germany. Milwaukee Journul - The utmost we can hope for in this ; world it contentment. Steele. Vital Statistics ' Marrlaga Lleantta. ' i L, Brom n, 10 yaara ol.l. W"elet- Ka, ana -Mlea MarUia p1, XI yaara olil, , Lout Wolf. ' ' Hal Summftra. 21 yean old, ant Grnycf Connfira, II yrura old, both nf AniidiirVo. .Hotxsrt W, Hlly, iu yeara olil, and , Viola Wo'dsr. 26 year old, Imtlf of Ok- lahoin City. ' ' kUrahall Adklna, (I yaar rM, and Mr. Lamm May I'aovlva, J3 yaari old, txith , Of Oklahoma CUy. ; Jraa K. flliarn, S! year old. and lli'lon O'WI Hinlth, 1 yrara old, both . f Oklahoma Ic'U. - 'Charlnn W, Baktir. S3 year old of fiaitaimra. Jlik, mm imk . IS yvara xt. of Tukoii. Brio Towo, i Tlinmaa OkIfiiui, It yaara old, and lUivtu Van Jlyrthl ID yaara. 6M, Uth tf oflahoiiA City.? .. " : Moor H.s.t. n yaara old. rroal) ton, Taaaa, and Jiae I. MuJimid, it ynara Old. at Oklahoma City. ONael Havara, S7 yaura -old, R'w J.foraun. 19 ar old, both of Okbiho ai. City. irtha. Mr. and Mr. D. B. Ulppford, (17 Vut S avanua. a boy. Mr. and Mr. T. C. Donahoe, Brit ton, alii Sr. and Mr. J. N. Godfray, 1121 Wnt Twenty-fifth tret, a jlrl. ,:r. and Mr. M. B. JMImnon, 1315 worth tJry avenue, a rtrl. Mr. and Mr. Oirrle Hehnfeld, 25H tovth Weter smmin, a stirl. To top a Pr$Utnt, Hocking Cough lfM ISt tiir tjM . Twait e peopk norsBally healthr B awry other reapoot, aro annoyed wltfi parai iteart nanjrf nr-oa bronchial emiuh 7u aftff Mr. dfrturblnff their alnp aad jriakint lift lamtbj.( ; m eedl! there'! an old botne-madt Kwedv that .will end tueh oouxk ea-illf M tttileklT. Ort from any drnmrM "2',i onneea of TJfY (W eertta worth), your it Inti a. tlni hptthj and 1111 th bottle with plain srraniileted au-mr amip, Itrcln taklnr w'., Oradually bu anrely WW will notiea tha phle-m thin ont and then npear altogether, tliua, ending p Ttmisi thai yml neyer thoucht would er-l. It alao pminptlr looaena a dry or tight jonrjh, stop th trnuMraoma throat hea the Irritate niemhrinea V lln." th thnat and bronehlal tuhea, nd relief omra almort immediately. A day 9 will nniallv brek up an or- Jroneh tU, errmp. whuoplnff couch and iMWiehial asthma there 1 nutklnir Mtrr. It tata, pleasant and kcepa pel Teetl. ' -J?1"" i1 .n,ort "luahl conornt rated JWpemnd of jrennlna Norway pine a. . tract, and la tied br million of peo wrf year for throat and chest colda with splendid reaulta. To,?7M 'wpiwmtment. ask ymir S'S8?. mnc,, of ",lfI" with lull dtreotiona and don't aewpt anvtlilnir A Ruarantea of abaulute aatUfao , Jjf J money promptly refunded goei WlthJJhl preparation, Jba l"ln to 7t Wbtb, Jad, o O O O O i n "'.v ;'-' v , - ,. t f She Tells Miners, To Support U; S. Mother Jone. Iliu inii(tie figure nf all Coal mincM controversies tlurinjj the con lerencc of miners yesterday urRed, to gether with John Wilkinson, of Ok Uhoinn, the adoption of the clause af fecting the penalty clause uisessrd against miner, in debate with Alex ander Howst, who urged its rejec tion. Olhbi to Durant tyoroy M UlbW. aeo n Inn n( Un Cliimiln i of I'oinincrcr, wilt aiwiik InnlHlit on "Conitnrrelnl Or antiliatliiii" Iwfiir tlm Utirntil ehsm. Ier of enmmorce. Tinnorroy avenlna ha will niMrfaa a mm(lnK of m anion on "Charily " Me will intra them to emu tor a nnnilur of ImtlKimt nmro famtlloa hore, He Hut if he marries now. won't he he called a coward? She Not if he marries hrr.Judgc. Tho Finest Instrument Ever Created by the Hand of Man STEINWAY STANDARD OF THE WORLD mmaas To Our Depositors: - A mutunlly natisfactory and profitable con solidation has been effected between (he West ern National and the American National Banks and bur business la now being conducted under the name and at the home of the latter. We would greatly appreciate a call from you at our new location, where you will find the BHine faces as at the old place. We hope that you will be as well pleaaed with the tonsolidation as we are and that you will continue your business right along with us. We promise you every courtesy and service at the American National, and the absolute safety of your deposits for which this bank has always been noted. . Western National Bank Alva E. Smith, President. ' J. V- Holt, Cashier. Jasper Sipes, J. S. Morrow, J. W. Kobbvrson. Directors. To the Customers of the Western National Bank We extend you a cordial invitation to con tinue your business with us. Kvery one of you will be most welcome; and we promise you safety, service and courtesy. Come in and get acquainted as soon ag possible. Let us nhow you over the new home of your account. Cordially yours, The American National Bank CHRISTMAS KITS' PACKING PLANNED Committee Appointed Espe cially for That Duty. rieil i r "s, Christina kit will be pacl.ed hy a committee especially ap- IHiifiteil f'-r the purMise in lite Ked ( row wink loom in the Scott-Halli- linrtiin sl 'ie. Mr W . S Hanson, chairman of the connnilier, has issued a list of th! articles to he bought, hy thoe wishing to fill a kit. Dona must bring their purchases to the Ked Cross work room, where tury will re paci;cl, or rise donated the cost of the articles. Here is a li'-t of thing to buy: 'One khaki li.unMu rihirf, one white handker chief, two packages ' of Hershcy's rhorolales. "tie ackage of tobacco, one p.n-kav'f of snyar wafer, tine box of minis, om naikage of chewing gum, one toolh liiu-h, i 'lie bar of soap wrapped In a white wash rag, one bath towel, thread, nee. lies, buttons, safety pin, can phor ice and shaving soap. JOHN W. FOSTER, AGED DIPLOMAT, DEAD IN CAPITAL (Continued From Pig t.) rnnmiissioiis, and even had been called hit's the service of foreign govern ments. - Piloted Hawaiian Dl. A secretary of Mate hi most uotabb; act was a treaty with the American) in Hawaii who had been concerned in the overthrow of the native queen, pro viding for annexation nf the island to the I'nited State. President Harri son' administration was drawing to a rloe and before the treaty could be ratified by the senate, President Clevc- in Uprights, Granda, Pianolas and th Magnificent Duo Art Piano that brings the greatest pianisU into jour home. Oklahoma's One-Price Music House 223 West Main Street Oklahoma City, Okla. land took office and withdrew it a nil first official set . Mr. Fosters notable service to hi country in diplomatic capacities abroad were successively as minister to Mexi co, minister to Russia, minister to )aui and a a special plenipotentiary ty negotiate reciprocity treaties with Hraiil, Spain, Germany and the British West Indie. Following that, he be came secretary of slate. Later he be came Ihe agent of the United States at I'aris in the I'.erins; Sea arbitration anJ at the ilose of the war between China and Japan was invited by the emperor of China to" participate in the peace, ncvotiation. Went to The Magaa. The Chinese government chose M Foster a its representative at the cr ond Hague conference in W7. Soon after the peace conference Me Foster went to Kuuia and (ireat Brit ain on a special miisic for the United States. Oti his return he became a member nf the Anglo-Canadian com mission. Then he became the agent of the t'nitcd States at London before the Alaska boundary tribunal. His last public work was at China's represents- Tl- It. I- inril nil- m i lie uaguc in iw. Mr. Foster was born in Pike county, Indiana, March 2, ISJcJ, the sou of a lawyer, He entered law at an earlv age and served in the union army us an officer, On hi eightieth birthday anniversarv, March 2, 1916. President Yuan Shi-kii conferred upon him the Order of tin Golden drain, the h'ghest order of merit within the gift of the Chinese government. Colds Cause Headache and Grip. LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE re. move the cause. There is onlv one "Bromo Quinine." K. W. GROVE'S signature is on box. 30c. Adv. "Vlctrda.H la 3 To Uwuf Victor aaallty, always tork for tfi famous 3 M ( , j ' iJrk R Uadrmark, "Hit Matcat't Voir." It is en all imulnt kISIeT 1 (I h I pfdutti ! "" y,k,a' TiIImh Machina Compnv. ll iH Zimbalist h M 'W "9 Auditorium Hp jS November 19 - wf ' ' - ml : 'Si? ! & ! i mm ism I IIP ii American National Directors tp Meet to Talk of Plans Changes, if any, to be, made iu the personnel of the officer and employe of the American National bank, vvith wH;'h the Western National was con solidated yesterday, are to be discussed at a meeting of director of the Ameri can National at the bank this atirrnooi. Plans also for expansion of the pres ent quarters of the American National, rendered necessary by the increase ol business brought about fey the consoli dation, art to be touched upon at the same 'meeting. Railway Printers After Information Toole Brothers, railway stationery, time table and ticket printer of Chi cago, have asked the Chamber of Com merce for pictures of Oklahoma Ciiy and for the latest information available a to it municipal growth, etc. This information and the pictures are lo' be printed gratik in many folders and leaf let leaned for various railroads. Publicity Unsought. "George Washington, was a modest and unostentatious man." " "Ye. And it i just hi luck to have his picture on more postage sumps than any other pirsonagc in history," One serious economic tiroblem that in going to confront Germany pretty soon i what to do w ith all the bright yuun-j men who have been trained for spy careers Ohio State Journal. . Hear this famous Victor artist! To hear Zimbalist is a privilege and an opportunity which every music-lover will want to embrace. It presents the unique opportunity of a direct personal observation of his superb art for comparative consideration with his historic Victor Records. Attend the concert and hear this famous violinist, being particularly careful to observe the individual characteristics that so' plainly identify his renditions. Then go to any Victor dealer's and hear the Victor Records by Zimbalist. You will be instantly convinced that on the Victrola his art and personality are brought to you with unerring truth. It is this absolute fidelity that emphasizes the supremacy of the Victrola, so firmly established on a basis of great things actually accomplished; a supremacy readily recognized and acknowledged by the world's greatest artists who.make records exclusively for the Victor. There arc Victors and Victrolas in peat variety of styles from $10 to $100. Victor Talking Machine Co., Camden, N. J. Important Notlew. Victor Rtcard and Vlcltr Machlnaa ar acltattflcallr coordlnatod txl rachtitt4 tr, aw apsclal f manoftelun, n thalr uo. with othor. Nasr Victor Rmr4 iuJ at (h Raatatarrd Trada-mara af th Victor TatWnf Wicbln Company detlfnaHag th product ( thi Warningt Th naa of tha word VlctroU Upon or la lh pronwllon or aa! af aar that TaDdag MasalM or Pbaaosrapb pradtwU I snlalaadiag and Ulafal. 1 iunwcr.?tc:D ROADS in STATE (Continued Pram ag 1.) precede the hard-surfaced road; that campaigns (or arousing; g.d road spirit mut precede even the dirt roads bntthat eventually hard-surfaced road mut come. He i advocating no method of raising money to con struct hard-surfaced roads, nor doe he advocate any particular form of road material. That he will continue to be identified with good rwU work in Oklahoma, whetner it is fathered by the Oiark Trails organization, or Ly any other, was another statement of Mr. Thomp son, who says that formation of the motor company would have been im possible had it not bren for the im petus ,i;iven the road movement In this state by the Orark Trails. What they regard as the real reason for the split between Mr. Harvey aiid Mr. Thompson was told here tod.y by the latter' friends. They declare that the gap between th meu which culmi nated in Mr. llarvrv'i "firimr'' tl, trail manager, was begun during the wzarx iraus campaign. Ovation at HobarL Mr. Thompson at a trail meeting in Hubert, thev said. rerrivH an nt-a. lioo lasting five minute when he arose to speak. Mr. Jiarvey, on the other hand, wa given only a moment of lady like apjilause. From that time a marked coolness on the part of Har vey was evidenced, they say. Mr. Ihompson this morning ex- ia abaohilalr taaaallal t a parfact VkSar raaraducUan. a aaaiar tU 1st W mm pressed hfs admiration for the fat of the Oxark Trail an4 o,,m.a circumstance had caused Mr. Harrt to t.ile the art inn hm U.A - - - - - , 1 Mr. Thompson aim mnt,Vi ,,. .. suranre that the Newcastle bridge, si to oe ouut a one of the many go-1 eitecti oi me unrit Uail camp! in ukt.tnoma. American Woman a an Or(anisi In the last twenty and twenty-fls years particularly the women of thi country have becVune past-masters i developing nation-wide organisation1 Ihe group which they have fortnef sometimes number as inanv a a millio women. They take great dcliuht in thJ perfection of their machinery. Much tne social awakening among women, th1 desire to improve their surrounding comes from the stimulus and the educ. tioit they get trom their organization But these organizations, it should 1 noted, ore voluntary. They are direct td to some purpose which anneals nari ticulurly to the group. Each stands o it own feet that is, they are not col operating organization : and stain, thei , ... ... . nave notning to no witn men. uo N one ot their national gatherings. Yt will see meeting corducted with a iei an order, a directness which throws jJ the shade almost any men's conventi.71 1 ever saw, and not a m.m to be see: anywhere- Ida M. Tarbell in Harper' Magazine for November. For ursinf Mother and Pal, Sickli The Old Standard general strength ening tome, GROVES TASTELh.' dull TONIC, arouse the I ivrr ilrir- out Malaria and builds up the system A sure Appetizer and ; id to digestion CIV. Adv. mm CoaDaay eat. m i . r- I I- rr ci i iri e" li If 111 01 I If