Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 251, Ed. 1 Friday, January 19, 1917 Page: 3 of 14
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OKLAHOMA CITY TIMES. FRIDAY JANUARY 19 1917.
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20 Reduction on Rubber Goods
WEST! ALL'S ANNUAL JANUARY SALE
Well-known rubber product advertised as to price quality and
guarantee. n old or stale but fresh rubber shipped Irom the fartory
f r tins sale.
The Universal Guarantea Kvery artirle of Kexatl blue or Maximum
milder is warranted for two years. Signet Monogram Koxbury. Ameri-
can Hcauty- these lines will be replaced free of charge if found defective
within our year of date of sale. Firstaid. Flnfast. Whitrsral -are guar-
anleed for six months. Other Kexall stores in every larpe town in
America back up this guarantee.
American Beauty Combination Fountain
Syringe and Hot Water Bottle
A heavy red rubber bottle with reinforced seams and heavy Ratine
with five feet rapid flow red tubing cutoff rectal infant and bent pipes
of lutd rubber. Guaranteed a year; will last for two or three You can
rrlv upon it. Two quart sie. Regularly priced dM QO
at $2.50. The special price is PA.70
New and exclusive shape in red rubber smooth sur-
face reinforced seams extra heavy gauge. We will
give you a new one in exchange if it is found dc-
fective within a year. Regular stl OQ
..rw - i. $1.75. This tale sptWU
Roxbury Fountain Syringe
Wed embossed rubber molded without seams. An ex-
ceptional value furnished with tut-off five feet rap-d
flow tubing with plug end; three hard rubber slip pipes.
One of our best sellers. Regularly sold for the No. i
sie at $MXI. Triced now at 78c. QCp
No. 3 $U5-now J.
Roxbury Water It.ittlr. made of the same high grade
rubber. Sue 2. at $UX. this sale 78c QRf
No. 3 $l.25-now 47 W
.. . ....... l.- tt.it t:..r:. uti.l Water Dottle. The
Koxtmry v ntnmnaiion i ..ui.... - - -fountain
syringe tubing attached by an extra stopple o Jl 1 9
the water bottle. Sie 2 $125. at 98c-S.e 3 $1.50. at djlel
Extraordinary Value at 98c
Whiie Seal Fountain
(mat auteed for six months. A good substantial
bag of red rubber trimmed in white rapacity about
2 quarts; all seams overlapped; equipped with rapid
flow tubing with plug enU-lhree slip pipes Qfl
ami tut-off. Regular value is $1 25. Sale price
Rexall Blue Water Bottle
More than two quarts with a han-
dle which is molded to Ixittle. The
finest piece of rubber made in
America: Universal guarantee ;-the
time limit of two years promises
service for fully five years. Regular
price $2.50. During 1 AO
this sale sjl.70
Rexall Blue Fountain Syringe
blue rnbber. extra heavy gauge. Five
feet of tubing that matches the bag.
and four extra large screw pipes
consisting of infant rectal bent
and irrigator. Metal cut-off. Reg-
ular price $3.00- t9 3ft
This sale uJsi.JO
Rexall Blue Cnmhinaon Fountain Syringe and Hot Water Bottle
This is made up of the Blue water bottle ami the tubing hard rubber
pipes and metal cut-off of the fountain syringe with an extra Oft
stopper. Regular price $1.75 Sale price Jfc70
Maximum Fountain Syringe
Choeolate-colored rubber with rein-
forced seams and embossed surface ex-
tra heavy rapid flow tubing (our hard
rubber pipes metal cut-off. We give a
written guarantee of two ytari' service
with Maximum rubber. The 2-quart
site is regularly $2.25. f1 AO
Sale price $1.78. Three-quart sire regularly $2.50 at sfla70
. Maximum Water
All rubber chocolate; heavy gauge; reinforced
seams; full capacity patented unlosahle stopper 2
year guarantee; 2 quart $200 each at regular value.
This sale 11.58. 3-quart $2.25 at 11.71. Maximum
Combination 2-quart $3.00 $2.38 0 PQ
3-quart $.125 at CO0
These are but a few numbers from our Immense stork cf household
rubber. 'Undoubtedly it ii the finest and most complete line in the world.
Nothing equals it in satisfaction in service in reliability. A written
no-argument guarantee with each article.
WESTFALL DRUG CO.
OKLAHOMA CITT OELA.
THING OF PAST
Pupils in Local Schools Learn
English by Experience.
CHILDREN WRITE RHYMES
Old Photographs of
Originality the Aim of All
By Aletha Barr Tail.
If there are embryonic Hyrons Mil-
toiu or Tennyson in Oklahoma fity
schools they will assuredly li"t be dis-
couraged as thote of past years when
the teacher would throw modest ef-
forts of yerse into the wastrpaper bas-
ket or show just a plan lack of inter-
est in original poetic endeavors. On
the contrary local pupil-poets are not
only being allowed to develop but are
Practicality the Purpose.
The pre-ent system id teaching Kng-
lish is vastly different here in Okla-
homa lit) than of yore. Some nray
not favor it but nevertheless in the
lower grades the child trying to make
the adverbial clause feel more at home
in his brain is a thing of the past
Technical grammar is reserved for
higher grades and not much of it is
tauht there I lie younger cliil'I is
given practical experience in assimilat-
ing a language as it should be.
A ihild knocks at llir door. "Who
is iliere'" "It is mc" "You can't
come in." And there he must stand
mini hulii flaunt. Whv of course he
knows the trouble-he has been told
often "It is I " Ami then he is wel-
comed. That is the reason children
like grammar as it is taught today.
It is an appeal to the practical in the
Child that is evident in every line of
si Into) work.
Children Compose Rhymes.
Children in local schools are asked
to compose riddles rhymes recipes
i all original. The modern child is tnus
able to -.land on his feet before nis
fillows with confidence in his own
work and tell of it. Thus he develops
poise initiative and interest.
There are Hot tyvmany mill imirss
recitations today. Each child has had
the personal rlement injected into the
work. It is hi own not just what nas
been h-arned "out of the book l or
instance at Thanksgiving each child
was asked to make a log cabin from
an old box covered with cornstalks
rteds or grass. Then he was asked
to tell how he did it and of the people
who had lived in such houses.. Better
than reading out of a btxik or hearing
Examples of work of tiny tots may
seem at first a little crude and ludi-
I i r . - - J
County Clerk Tom Uridine and City
Park Superintendent Jc II. Patter-
son looked so much alike years ago
that the Times became confused Tues-
day. We published hotline's picture
and the next day said it was Patter-
son. Yesterday's picture was of E. R.
Sheldon one of the Oklahoma county
The above is a picture of a man well
known in Oklahoma City. We'll tell
von tomorrow who he is.
TH EST HI
la grand for aching
len tender calloused feet
Ah! what relief. No more tired feet;
no more burning feet ; no more swollen
aching tender sweaty feet. No more
soreness in corns callouses bunions.
No matter what ails your feet or what
under the sun you've tried without get-
ting relief just use "Tiz." "Tit" is th-
only remedy that draws out all the
poisonous exudations which puff up the
feet. "Tiz" cures your foot trouble so
you'll never limp or draw up your fare
in pain. Your shoes won't seem tight
and your feet will never never hurt or
get sore and swollen. Think of it. rto
mora foot misery no more agony from
rorns callouses or bunions.
Ciet a 25-cent box at any drug store
or department More and get instant re-
lief. Wear smaller shoes. Just once
try "Ti.H Ciet a whole year's foot com-
fort for only 25 cents. Think of it.
illion Dollars to Loan
to Local People
The Local Building and
111 N. Robinson W. 469
$1.75 grade . .$1.35
$2.25 grade . .$1.65
$2.50 grade . $1.95
$3.00 grade . .$1.95
$3.50 grade $2.85
$4.00 grade . .$2.85
$5.00 grade . .$3.85
$7.50 grade . .$5.45
$1.50 grade . .$1.15
All Ed V. Price &
Co. Fall Woolens
for next 10 days.
rrous. Hut when one' remembers that
they are about 9 or 10 years old and
si. me even younger we question how
many ol the same age count do any
I liete are tercet all rtrurma '
"A is for Apple so rosv and red.
It makes apple pies ami tarts for Ted."
"I I is for hog
'"killed by my dog"
C is for Candy some we ran pull
If we eat too Ifiuth we will surely be
P is for Pumpkin so bright ami round
If it falls on the ground it will burst
with a bound.''
The economic situation as seen bv
one youngster of up-to-date mind :
H is for Butter that we eat on our
If it goes 41 v higher we'll eat molasses
A little off as to meter but correct
as to idea.
"ti is for (iroreries that we buy at the
If they get any higher we can't get any
I retty good for the kiddies arent!
Original Riddles. j
Ami as for original riddles ntanv are !
w ritten in the fourth grade at the Fmer- j
son school. And these like the verse
are not the work of the adoring family i
Here is one i
"What am I? I dance until I fall over
dead " A top.
"Something that floats in the air and
is white." A cloud.
"I am green. I grow on the ground
and am an inch high. drass. (J-vi
(Irmly this boy's father kept his lawn
"Something that is high and smokes
and sometimes explodes?" A volcano.
"Something that grows in the ground
and is about the sire of a baseball?"
Answer : It is "a" onion.
"There he goes jumping areajnd the
room. Catch him if you can." He is a
Oral Composition Favored.
In higher grades the work proceeds
along similar lines with the same idea
of developing the individual in the best
way. The technical part of grammar is
always necessary but in upper grades
the present tend is toward oral compo.
siiion. The same results are obtained
but in a greater degree poise initiative
and ease ol expression.
Miss F.dna Walker in the Seventh
grade at F.mersnn ii trying out this
systrm with much success. Miss Walk-
er became' intensely interested in it
while visiting the San Francisco junior
nigh schools this summer.
There F.nghsh instruction is almost
Mas- Uit Typewriters.
One interesting feature of the San
Francisco. schools which Miss Walker
hopes to see come into general use here
is the use ot typewriters cm which chil-
dren from the Seventh g-ade ami up
may type their compositions.
Concretely in Miss Walker's room
English work takes the form of oral
narrative some real experience prob-
ably reviews of books essays and
themes. And at the rinse a friendly
clnsi criticism as to thought expres-
sion and form is held
to Be Attended
by All Officials
WASHINGTON. Jan. 1-The or-
der of services for the funrral services
for Admiral Dewey tomorrow at the
capital was announced today by the
committee of the house and senile
having charge of arrangements. The
offirial announcement aas in part:
"The capitol will he closed on the
morning of the twentieth of January
to all except members and officers of
the senate and house of representatives
and remain closed until after the cor-
tege has left the capitol.
I "The body of the late Admiral
(ianrge Dewey will he placed In the
rutuuda prior to the beginning of the
services. The president of the I'niled
Stales and his cabinet chief justice ahd
anoiiatt justice! of (lit supreme couit
New York Contributes
Purchase of Coats
There! We have said it!
But 'twas not without effort that
this wonderful assortment of coats
became the object of a riotous sale
for today and Saturday; wir-had
our market eye open. We secured a Kurprinjf
discount on pplinter new models in Plushes
Velvet Urondcloths Velours and Tweeds. Their
freshness their varied styles will appeal to you
as they did to us; you will recognize at a glance
the exceptional value they hold out to you at
their respective prices
$10 $14.75 $19.75
and at $24.75
Will you u in thsnking Fortune for the?1?
timely savings? It will be to your interest to
visit the second floor garment salon Saturday if
you ned a coat; the coat sale of the season
beckons to you.
25c and 35c
for This New
On display Saturday:
New linen finish stationery in
the style featuring long OC
envelopes llox fasJC-
Irish poplin anil linen finish
stationery in white and the
various tints: paper and envel-
opes also correspondence OP
cards llox OuC
Silk Velvet and Beaded Bags
The object of these special reductions of from 1-3 to 1-2 in th
prices of such truly elegant bags is to clear them in at brief time as
we can. Thev are smart in point of style are comparatively new-
novelties. SPKCIAL in this store means just that: when have you
evef-fmmd our promise unworthy of your belief ? See these bags I
Children's Warm Knit Gloves
in a Sale at 25c
The line owing to an extensive demand has become broken : only
small and medium sires remain. But even at that there are about
201) pairs in the sale. If the offer special at 25c. appeals to you buy
liberally economy was never more factful than these gloves pro-
Splendid Hosiery for
Wayneknit black lisle
medium weight hose for
women : garter tops double
sides high spliced heels;
regular and nut sires; 35c
pair 3 for II.
Women's black cotton
hose in winter weight with
double heels and toes; pair
Children's black fine
ribbed hose with double
heels and toes ; sizes i to
inclusive; 13e pair 2
Wayneknit Tony hose for
children ; heavy medium
and light weights in ribbed
silk lisle with double knees
and double heels and toes ;
white and black; 29c and
A Saturday Clearaway at
39c and 65c
They are gloves that have been received in
exchange and to mend but they are good In
point of utility; some show scarcely any de-
fect. One hundred and twenty pairs in all; most-
ly two-clasp kid gloves. There are twenty
pair of long kid gloves in colors; odd lota
but all perfect.
Sale opens Saturday morning promptly at
8: JO. No telephona or mail ordara can be
filled on these items.
Miscellaneous Offerings On
The Third Floor Saturday
Waists A clean sweep of tub
voiles in various dainty styles;
also a few in organdie; sites .VI
rotiet Covtit-Full cut sires in
becoming styles embroidery
trimmed for practical
Chemlsa in three-quarter length
with embroidered edges ; just P A
received: selling at lvt
Women's Outing Gowns; hem-
stitched yokes flat collars;
selling at VC
Gowna slipover styles; also cor-
set rovers and combinations; a
small lot of drawers lace or em-
broidery trimmed gar- CQ
menls; 50c and
Brifhton Footed Slaepcri for
children made of good quality
outing; prices 50c 75c J QQ
-Boys' NiBt Shirta in full length
and width; fancy stripe . CA
patterns each aJwC
Gtrli' Coati in sizes 8 to Ii; on
-Men'a Night Shirta with or
without collars; fancy stripe pat-
-Children's Coata in sites 2 to 5;
specially reduced $3e4S
A sale of children a
-Children's Bath Roses; about 2
doren numbers; extra AC
good values at sfieeVeJ
House Dresaea for woaea; ging-
hams; in neat striping! ; j J
THE KERR DRY GOODS CO. OKLAHOMA CITY
the members of the senate the house
of representatives the chief of staff
of the army and the officers of the
army ind navy will occupy the seats
assigned them. Chaplain (i. IV I ra-
tier. U. S. N. will conduct the religious
Orders for the placing at half mast
of flags orl all postoffices throughout
the nation in memory of Admiral
llewev were issued today by Post-
master (ieneral Uurleson who directed
flags to remain at half mast after the
(iiner.l nn Saturday and that the nntt-
office department he closed all that
SCORES RISK LIVES
IN ICE-CLOGGED RIVER
DKTROIT. Mkh Jan. 1 -Scores of
persons risked their lives this morning
by walking from Windsor Out. to le-
troit on the ice-clogged Detroit rivet
For the first time in fourteen years
tferrvhoats between the two cities had
been unahlt lo get through
1 'lj&Bcmmmmmat f
late unheard of suffering on the Gee.
man front in France and considerable
mortality owing . to exhaustion (roaa
forced labor." . . .
Deported Belgians Cigaret Prices
NEW YORK Jan. 19 A postal cen
sorship affecting deported Belgian
workers was established by the ter-
mans according to a cablegram re-
reived from the Belgian government in
Havre France by 1'ierre Mali the Bel-
gian consul here The translation of
the message was made public today by
Mr. Mali. It reads:
"Offirial tier man record of the mili-
tary lone in Belgium under date of
December 13 publishes a set ot regula-
tions for the postal service of the He-
ported workers prohibiting their men-
tionuu to their families their place of
work this seeming to Indicate that they
are working for the dermins.
"A new batch of deported working
nennle from Ghtnt were returned to
Client sick sod several dying. They r
T.W YORK Jan. 19.-lnrretd4
prices of rigarets were announced here
today by the United Cigar Stores tca
pany and the Tobacco Products cofM
ration. Advance by the United MM
come effective next Monday rsnge fteCi
I to i cents a boa of a doaea clganea.
The higher cost of labor toWcos ll
wrapping material Is given as tV tO
son. The increase if the Tcitrcs
Products corporation effect) ge f
rale from 25 rents to for each L. J
cifafftts. ' ' ' ' . J
Society women In Italy wlM vofcr)
for Red Cross wnrk are eftatttrl I
nurse only soldier f O fCT'l r
file. Officii art wnt t
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