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1 i i i.-f v . I ..." ' TOIO OKLAHOMA CITY TIMES, MONDAY, AUGUST 29, 1918 MUTT AND JEFF Whtn J.ff War AnyiWaf Nw H W.nU Folk, to Sm It. ;.u..,.iLunr uui . " ,," "rr 1 law 1 1 ,. 1 , a 1 . n iji ; , , . . w -wm j V .. . I,' . . , (Copyright, 1911. by 04 ,'lalin . ; ' ' I Fee toobuesi Xh) I frniT-mM r 1 jY6UR ' AOUT?l -,"tJ "1 O fl SOfT Ul A UTTt ; J 1-fltCIIILLICOTIIE f M," But Two of Fugitives k;i'-5; Have Been Captured, iy COLCMBl'S. Ohio, Auk 2S.-Re- - forts from ('..tup Sherman, Chilli ) COtbe, indicate c'ghtee:l i)f the twenty : or more intcriifj lieinwn satlnr, wlio '.escaped from llu -.toikitde lt night, , liad licrn latnuird. Six of llic mini- ..ber were lauuhi illnti the cini. $ Two others ve,ir apprehended Chil J; . litothc .mil u - netted that live '. Ix-tll ailiMul at I inlrillr. l ive 'k cttti-r ( i i ;iHii:r. in ( hIiiimIiii hi 1Ury rf.niird inc ii v upon a narimii tr from I lnlti. oliir Tlip prjsnfirr m.nlr llirir rsi.i'f duriiiK llic lit if lit hi niii i ilf ninvt ivcrr cU'i'lriijI mkiiiii. rifrir mcl lierc in r.ir. 'Ilir.mli .1 fcrriK constrmliil l iimcl, leading from t'i v iflUr of 1li Ii.iii.k1, 111 nliich (li'V Vfrc ijii.i! ti 1 ril. u a cnilunv Mrrrf. thirly (tcl i a ;iv, l'if 111011 iini'r their rf;iir. Tlir timiifl. i" . 1 1 1 1 1 oin i i's i-.ini, w.i mi iii' lUi'iii .t"..ir I lirir li.iii.nks. hf Ulin' r- 41'l, .IH" Il'ipfl ll'il l.llj It is nut VndiMi ttlir" 'hr tiiiincl rpntnii te l. t'tit I'Mi'i'i ate nf tin Opinion tli a t it "uiNt liar t.ikrn tlir tHOIHr rt'iks i t,i:;inl it and ills- I0 of till- CM ,i Iti' ! .' t Offiiri- ;tl t i.it a mi'iii ravas if the pii'iiiMi- Miimrl tli.it twrnty- live of tlir I' ii'ktnc I at I .imp Shri man, wiihi'il ti ti-ni.i : i hi tiif L'nitril Statr. Wliilf it i nt driuiitrly known wlirtiri fir nun wtm at tempt -rd to ri jip rrc ai'i. ni; th.nc usli ing to romair. in the l uitr.l Sutr. offirrrn Mcrr nf the p:m n thrv wcrr. 'N'onf of llir prtsonrrn air said to !nr otfi-ifil any iisiMatke when at ' tfs'rd. . 0 Editorial Writers On Coast Organize SAN H,KANi;iSl'0. Auk J4-On? hondrrd and ciKhtrcn turn and wow Irn employed m editorial stafli o( ;newpapr,r in San Frannsio and ' nearby ritirn. organifrd at a nias nwetint thf Newspaper Writer' L'n ton of the San I'ranriico Bay coun tie. Applu atioil wa eit to thl lieadipiattru nf the International typographa al Lnmii tor a chatter Smoot Quotes Writings of Joseph Smith to Back His Stand on League of Nations VSHINC.10N. Aug :S.-Senator Keed Smoot uf I tah, the erOtkimiM expert of the senate, today diitfutiied with a I'nivetsal Service representa tive refrretire made hy lu'm tiy a letter to an editor in I'tah to certain revelatioiu made ti lonrph Smith, head of the Mormon chtirrh, which Senator Smoot helieve have direct relation to the exiitinif international situation. In hi tetter Senator Smoot laid that parages front the prophets in the Hook of Mormon showed clearly what i to he t.ie de(inv of thi nation and that the revelations to Joseph Smith an contained in Ihe Mormon doctrine and covenants shonv that a world peace i not yti in ight. ' ; Shall Prtish In Babylon. From nection 1. of the "dtMtrine and covenants" Srnator Smoot iiioted the following revelation to Joseph Smith in m-, "l or they tiave utrayed Irom my ordinance! and have broken my ever- lasting covenant. They eek not the Don't borrow money or renew a I Lord to establish His righteousnesi loan on Oklahoma City rral estnte I but every man walketh In bis own way without ronMiUiiiH tlum. Brothers' and after the image of bis own 11, t-onipanv. (dv. I whose imatte is in the likeness of the world, and whose Mihstamr is that of an idol which waxetli whole and shall perish in Babylon, even Babylon the iireat. which shall fall. "Wherefore, Ihe 'l-ord, knowing the calamity which shall come upon the inhabitants o the earth, called Uwni mv servant, Joseph Smith jr., and spake unto him from Heaven and Rave him ronimandtnents. I am no respectof of persons and will that ill njenws!ull know that the day speedily Cometh, Ihe hour is not yet, but is nijrh at band, when peace shall be taken frrmi the earth, No War Preventative. The revelation. arcordiiiR to Smiator SniiKit, is typical of a number to tie found in the Mormon "doctrine and covenants" showing that universal peace will not come until the second coming of the Lord. Senator Smoot says that this sets at naught any claims that the' league of nations will prevent war. As to the detlny of the , United X J- ' I i ,iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiui 4 "III" l" 1 HimiiiiMiiiiii "4. jS . 1 . , ' f f Oklahoma City COLLEGE Itching Rashes Soothed With Cuticura States, which he believes ts fo aid other nations by standing alone, Sen atvr SiuiHit mtoted the follow ing, pas sages ffom the Book of Mormon: Other Chapteri Quoted. "Book of the prophet Ether, chapter 2, verse 12: "Behold this Is a choice land and whatsoever nation shall possess it hall be free from bondage and cap tivity and from all other nations tin der Heaven if they will but serve the God of the land, who is Jesus Christ, who hath been manifested by the things which we have written." "Second book of the prophet Nephi, chapter 10, verse 10: "But behold, this land, saith God, shall be the land of thine inheritance and the gentiles shall be blessed upon the land. "II And this land shall be a land of liberty- unto Ihe gentiles and there shall be no kings upon the land who snail raise up unto the gentiles ind alt I2-And I will fortify this land against alt other nations "13 And he that fighteth against jZion Shall perjsh, saith dod." Of these two prophesies, Senator Srnoot said : . , AmerietaiM Iurope. "I believe this land, now called America, was held in reserve by God for ages with a view 0' establishing upon it truth and liberty and from 1 . , , -u . command Dig Pay Hold th Mf pnaHlon, flrnw th bl this land truth and liberty would be carried to the farther rnds of the owrld. "As '. have said before I prefer that America should americanire Europe! and not that turope should europe aniie America. "If this country enteri the league of nations and mixes up with other nations, they wilt-control, and Amer ica wfi: not be ibk to carry out Hi destiny." Senator Smoot said whereat he once received lette.s in th ratio of 50 to 1 in favor of the league cf na tions, the reverse if now the case. "The writers of Tetters that come to me in favor of the league express the opinion that through the league of nations it will be impossible to have war and that k wilt bring etrt- al peace. "The letters against the league and they arr very many, and come from all over the country, take the view tha the league of nations is an in strument to drag us into wars Of all the nations. "I am receiving a great many let ters from attorneys and strange to say. nearly every letter from an at torney is opposed to the league of nations." Senator Smoot said that he did not think that the treaty would reach the floor of the senate this week. aalury work short tioura. traw pay ciihi in for training and knowlcdg. nrirtNand, TKwKkaplng, uiltilna, tianking, twnmanahlp, "ic, atmrt Tues day. ptintr I. Aour chnc r It rati, phona, or writ for catalog-. Hills BualitM Ollate, Grand and Hudson. Walnut MM. (Adv.) Vacuum Jugs and Carafes l r leatta THERMOS and HoU-KoId juirs. bottles, carafes and the like these are an indis pensable unit of the well-equipped household today; and the motorist can harldy do without them. There is wide choice of these here. Priced from two-fifty. Many utilities; singly, and in Mta 137 WMt Main St. i I s 1 3 2 5 I S Dean W. A. Goodell may be consulted by appointment at the college office, 805 State Na tional P.ank ImildinK, with regard to courses, schedules, requirements and the routine of enrol ment for the year which lejrins on Monday, Sep tember 15 next. Current bulletin now ready, and may be had on application. A strong college of liberal arts, leading to A. B. degree, with attractive courses in languages, natural sciences and mathematics, and social and pfychological sciences; out-of-houra courses for employed students; a sub-freshman department, with limited number of subjects for college en trance; voice and piano. Kindergarten training course one of the best. Ask for information desired. Oklahoma City College Oklahoma City Telephone Walnut 1860 Headquarters: State National Bank Building TP8 Better Laundry Service Better for Our Patrons aaaiaBaBHsaBBassBBBaaaiBaaHsssssaasssHBBaa Better for Our Employes EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 1st, 1919 3 i 3 nttttiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMHitnr ft Tho Gtrona VJHhotond tho Hoot of Cummor Ccfior Than tho Woak Old people who are feeble and younger people , who are weak, will be strengthened and enabled to 40 through the depressing heat of Summer by tuking r3dolood ohlll Tonic V ;;-.r-.. 1 2MiriflM find enj&s the blood and mnka V yea Ul: A You can cop Del Us Strengthening, 0'j3 TASTELEC3 f hill TONIC is an ex mllf CJ f enercl itrttbssiai tonic Iw pale, "IZixSi UitUcst lhin, Lt Old Fblks or Id Citl yvt9 ti powtJood. It b On ths urgent recommendation of the National Chamber of Commerce and the National Industrial Reconstruction Congress at Washington, the Steam Laundries of this City will, commencing September 1st, inaugurate the Standard System of efficiency in the delivery and collection service, inaugurated by the War Board during the war and now recommended by the Reconstruction Congress, which is now in vogue , in a number of other large cities. At present seventy-five percent of our patrons send their work in during the early part of the week . and expect it back by Wednesday or Thursday. This compels our girl employes to work under a strain during the middle of the woek while during the first and latter part of the week taey are almost idle. The new plan will distribute the work and give an equal amount to be done each day. Laundry bundles will be called for and delivered on time. Our customers will be enabled to arrange affairs so as to avoid loss of time to themselves or the drivers. ALL DELIVERIES WILL BE MADE IN THE FORENOON. ' ALL PICK UPS LV THE AFTERNOON. Under this system your clean linen is never at any time in the car with soiled linen. This feature, we believe, you will apprecate. We beleve this new system will prove a great advantage to our patrons as well as to our employes, and for this reason we hope to have your co-operation. IT WILL ASSURE: j Regularity, Promptness No Disappointment . Same Service to All System Eliminates Errors You know what to expect an4 you get what you expect. The New Plan Driver will call Monday . afternoon to collect linen for return delivery the follow ing Thursday morning. ' Work collected Tuesday afternoon will be delivered Friday morning. Work collected Wednesday afternoon' will be delivered Saturday morning. Work collected Thursday afternoon wffi be delivered Monday morning. Work collected Friday afternoon will be delivered .Tuesday morning. The city will be divided into five tones. Your driver will deliver In only one zone in the morning and ptckjnp in only one zone in the afternoon. , Yon will be notified in, what tone you lire and What day your driver will call. - - PLEASE HAVE YOUR PACKAGE READY New State Laundry Towler'e Landry White Swan Landry Dinks Pant Laudry Nu-Way Uodry Palace LecaJry King's Laundry "1 am in favor of i.ringin it up for action as soon as possible," he said. "1 do not think it can be ratified without rrservations." Regarding the action of the senate committee on x foreign relations changing the transfer of Shantung to read to China instead of Japan, Sen ator Smoot said: . "That is the only thing to do." New Irish Republic Greeted. NKW YORK. Aug. 2s.-liesolu'-tions extending greetings to the "neve Irish republic" were adopted today at the second day's session of the Cath olic Young Men's Forty-fifth annual convention at the hotel Vauderbilt. over which President Michael J, Slattery of Philadelphia presided. FOR RENT Brick building 50x120, three floors and a dry, light baMmetit. This building ia well constructed will carry a heavy load if required. It has trackage and la equipped with a good electric elevator. Location 304-306 West Firt Street. Suitable for either wholesale or retail business. Available about January 1. W.P.WESTFALL Maple 2632, 014 North Hudaoa .; tjrm H !. up 'nwsM;!aimialswfisrw)it..ii' w dWiwW-iWiwi : Only a Few More Days of , August Clearance Sale A piano is a necessity in every home. It is not a luxury; it is not an expense. It is an investment which welds the family ties more closely together. The purchase of a piano is consequently a serious undertaking. All pianos are not alike. Close comparisons are often needed in order to make proper selection especially as a Piano is bought for a life time of use. You do not need to shop, be cause here, under Frederickson-KrohV Roof you will find the largest number of high grade Pianos to be seen anywhere. , , "The Hoae thst GtsraUa cU fo Pusz"! Upright Used Pbaoai VOSE Mahogaay, large siac. plain panels, $500; rtdoead to VMS. - ES7EV-4300; mahogany; large aire, latest de sign; SJH. - HARVARD 42S; reduced to SMI. EVERETT 400; excellent tone. fl25. STEINWAY-Slifhtly used, excellent eonditjoo large tit, S900 value; now S47S. BAILEY-Mahoganyt carefully overhauled; 1350; reduced to 1140. EMERSON 1450; large sire; oak case; a splendid value at 17l. KI MB ALW1465; golden oak; like new; HM. ' HENDERSON $400; golden oak) large aiict sow 165. McPHATI45n; like new; reduced to 1371 SOHMER1550; famous make; splendid value at SMO. KIMBALL 32i; mahogany case; a sacrifice at UM. Used Grands, Unseal VahHM EVERETT GRAND-Mahogaay finish, like news S900; a splendid buy ai SS75. PACKARD Used ahort time, in excellent shape j $1,000 value: for SS3S. IVERS-rXJND-IMOTBaby Grand; reduced lo 47S. Used Phytr'Ptanos WHITNET PLAYEg-Matjogaity, large siae; $600 value, for Mo. t ' KrM BAIX Like ntv handsome case; Wb Value; (of SSTIl , RIM BALL PLAYER Golden oak finish; $750 value, T MuoicCKv A :r.l a t i. .OS an f ad c iZ Ml) 'A Jttv 1 l Tl i .J V T I' e a i k") )' '. 1 22r West Mala '; OUatusa' aty;1'' ,i xV' s -' .. . I .- n, ,r. '