Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 9, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 11, 1917 Page: 2 of 12
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OKLAHOMA CITY TIMES WEDNESDAY APRIL 11." 1917.
of Guns for Vill j
Stored on Coast:
VEL I'ASO Texas April 11 -Local
government officers commenting mi re- i
porti from Sail Oiego last night of the
appearance of a supposed munitions-
carrying steamer said they have known
for a mniitli that large quantities of am
munitions and rifles were hidden on
the California coast in the vicinity of
San l'rdto or San I'icgo aw.rtting de-
livery to a Mexican port. Tlir number
of rifle was given here as 25.000 and
the ammunition was said to have-
amounted to more than 4.0Kl0l rounds
including quantities of machine gun
It was reported that the arms ami am
munition had heen hoiight for Francisco
Villa hy inttiests on t tic American side
of the border wliich hoped to regain
lost concessions hy hacking Villa in
Sonora. Sinalna and Chihuahua.
Wllllnnm nmt (MM tiillnm of gnnit P"P-
illn r - pi loeit ninth1!. In mir ns lrntlnn.
107 v-nt Se otnl; one btep fiom Hroad-wny.--Aitv
SEARCHING FOR SUBMARINES
Dirifriblos of this typ recently adopted hy the British navy are proving valuable for naval
Hcoutinj? and Heekinjf out U-boats. Tho photograph pives an excellent view of the
t car which is built on the order of an airplane body and equipped with wheels to fa-
cilitate landing. It carries a wireless outfit and bombs to drop on submarines.
Wat. :S. Tai t'pshaw.
Biirdlrl to he Member Tlvnik-h Mine
IifVH illtd r mk lo i In- liitnltty ill Hie -lion
W A IImiiIIiU iiinlli iiu'IiiIi't of I
the action! lumnl. -lt- l.-l Ht I lie rerent
mn i l''1 pa I iilnliini from lh'' mito in
aehonl dtnlrlrt Will tKkn 111 ml. ll l.s
greeil thiit h-i limn hh no oiii-alion :iriiM
ynhi-jr Mr H intkk 1 1 i K t In' Ilie ile-
clilinit nli" II. fir will In- no cunlo.it of
Pleasant to 1 ake g
I n d i gc s t i o n. One package
proves it. 25c at all druggists.
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Mr iind Mm Jnhn M
Sniith CU'Ki'rn avenue (ill.
Used Piano Bargains
TERMS TO SUIT
Waters fair tone tf7C
rosewood case ... $10
New England case in fine
Netzow used few months
is just like d1 nr
Necdham oak case beau-
tone. . . $160
Buh & Gerti mahogany
ChicWring grand ebony
case fine condition beau-
tone. . . $350
Hallet & Davit Playrr-
Piano mahogany case
used short CQCH
25 oilier it( h. i cams 01 new
and n ed Piavm and l'l.r.ei.
I Ira i'ia'tei I t i -..).. and
tirali iiida Mai hu es i d h'ei. i.t
Frederickson Kroh Music Co.
Mn Katherlne 1 I. use ;( e.ira nlil
2' ! Kesl I ' n venue
W A I'encock. HJ nr nM lncal lum. i '
. pltnl ! "
Mra Haraplile lumaln !l earn ll. ic'il
! et lilekuaiiw avenui
! W. T. Khaw'. 74 yenra old. :nn Kail c
Mm I.ueille N. narnal') .14 yearn oil.
llN Hl llOSla.
Mra. Seraphla Bumalei. .
Mia Serapliie lliimaln ' eata old.
died til the home of hir daughter. Mia
I. Ilelmrl. Ii.'ti Weal Clilekaaiiw avenue.
M liiil'. V t tin tult. r. :U'.i Wesl Nine
inili Mreit. irto.Himy hrlck i-niei
I ii i Hiiik. $ I ir.n'O
M. Imln .V i "Imt.ell. c. "1". W ent Nine.
leeliMl llleel lwi-liiiy I'llU inel
VI. holt ti i hundler. .Ill W. at Nine-
III Mliil (Hii-sm lufrk i 1 1 e i r
I; (' Shelli'll. '' enl II liven'i nne-
llnl I flllll.e ilUelllliK. ll'l
I' C KlV". I US VVeM I lllennlll atreet
nil. Mnrv flume Imiiii(iI'iu l.'.iiel
I.'onilun in NeeJ if Food.
j I i)M he s!i..ta.e id I i .
now hcinK hit everywhere eirn in du-
llest hotels ami restaurants in l.ondiV.
SPEED AND POWER
OF BRITISH ASSAULT
SILENCE GERMAN GUNS
TKfANY a man
gets a repu-
tation for love of
home because he
ain't got nowhar
else to go.
Af ANY a man
a tobacco that
does not tr'ivc
just because lie ha3 )
never really tried to
find one that does.
H you have never t
tried Velvet you ccr- (f
tainly owe yourself (
I .1 T T
122 U MAIM
To appreciate the fact that you
really do get $25 suit quality here
at $15 you must see the suits. Coinc
in and behold 3000 of 'em. Pure
wool hand-tailored latest models
in the best patterns.
Save that Ten Dollars!
irnnllfilirri from Tag. One.)
line. I he lIuirniiKhm-sii with which the
urc cutting was tarried out tv the
artillery was a tiii; iactor in accelerat-
niK the sieed of llie infantry ii the at
I he e-t of on'ciisive warfare could
h felt in all parts of the Nritnh front
today. Iiiihiih were awinuiiiK forward
ilh hands il.nini! u.iv tunes. The
Scoti h lrnnis. I.chind their )iipers were
(articularlv niituresiine for not even
the demands id war has rallied their.
! discard thru kilts On! ner the
rewK-won ground airplanes were scout
i ii K while hrneath them were tankn at
trsl. the tanks had done splendidly
throughout especially in attacking
t!oni wired points with which the
rlillcry had not dealt Some tlcrman
anti-tank kuiis wi re taptured
Thounandi of Pritonera.
I lmusands ol dcrinan prisoner j could
he seen alont; the roads todav. Al
llmiih the intense cold continues onlv
a few had overcoats. I hey are a docile
Id and sometimes suiprised their cap-
tuts hv larelullv smtinu themselves
into their rispcctie units hefore he-
nil! feiiistered and Icmporarilv caed.
I he Itritish swept east of Anas yes
tenhv turned the northern pivot of
the famous H indenture line and larii
f trees of liritish troops lat night were
presnnn far heyond the otp of that der
man hairier whiih was prepared after
endless months of lahor.
Germani Art Amaied.
The manner in which the Pritiih
have dvancerl over rores of (ierman
trenches which thf fiermam mnst have
heheved would protect thein indefinite
ly has heen little ihort i tnirarulnus
I he detnians themselves have heen
enured at the audacity ( the invad
The success df the attack launched
M'lndav .iitainst smut of the strongest
miIi.. in of the (ierman lines of the
entiie. western front aeems to prove
that the atlillerv hai finally lolyed the
1 1. .Mi hi of entrenched warfare It has
taken month. nu1 years of preparation
Int when the K"i wre finally massed
afmiist the Cennan front thrv ham
lueiel it Into siihmiision f
Top of Line Crossed
It wa tint hammering that demur
alirrd the lrrman line i-n the Snmme
duiing the winter and btought ahout
the tr. en! retirement of the lltnden
lung line stirtchiiiH t'otti Arras smith
rastwanl t . M (Jueulin. Now the top
id this lue has hern ir.sed and it is
heMig at'niked along tie enure di
ta'ii e I In niranuig of ihe airplane
.oiiMtv l.i t week when the Itritish
fl en di lln -r.i'elv set out to clear th
ar of (irtiuaii ha heen revealed in
Ihe new attai ks
I Yesferdav ihe inlrenid airmen were
covering ihe advance everywhere keep
ing the troop adviser) of enemy move
mens and enahlii'g the Pritish artil
lerv lo shell everv atea where fonreti
itii ' aptirared h lie taking tlace
Ihe div was Mfnterv from sunrise to
sunset and hmiM snow Sipiatls were
tit the an at h.tl( hour interval. Dur
ing these ili mai limes were completely
siihrnerg'-d h the snow-
Vlmy Rii1 CUated.
last night the Canidiint triumphant
l aniionnied thai the fmed N'imv
ridge had heen rteared of all t.er
man unv ridge hat heen a historic
I atlle ground In thti war The counltf
I on Imth ule i dmted with grave
1 vard in which lie (en of Ihnn.anrli of
1 i tenth and f ierman soldier who gave
up their lise in the fighf either n
trrnrss of the battle there and the
C anadians had been holding on to a
slender position on the western alope
all winter only by the display of most
In connection with the new offensive
it was determined that Vimy myst fall.
The ridge position had been flayed hy
an incessant homhardment for ten davs
and nights when Monday at dawn the
Canadian climbed out of their lowly
trenches and began moving (oward the
lop of it. They. fought theie way from
the foot to the crest hefore midafter-
noon Monday; yesterday they wept
down the farther slope and now domi-
nate the enemy remaining in the Uou-
Vaunted Field Fortresn.
Vimy was one of the vaunted (ier-
man field fortresses and the Hritish
find it diffirult to imagine anv "strate-
gical reasons" that would call for giv-
ing it up. More than .V0U) German
in the Vimy garrison including 1(11 of
ficers fell into t'afiadun hands he-
fore sunet last night
British Push Far
Into German Line "
Associated Preai War Suiuuary.
Vigorously pressing their o.lensiy
on the Arras I.ens front the Itritish
have pushed further into the German-
held territory behind the famous llm-
Village and Heights TaVen.
Today's official statemnl from Lon-
don rcHrts the capture of village and
heights of Monchy I.e I'reux. nearly
five miles southeast of Arras and just
north of the Arra-f ainbrai main road.
Satisfactory progress along other
sections ol the lighting line is an-
nounced one of the points taken being
the village of l.a llergere.
Apparen'lv the first swift rush of the
forceful offensive carried the troops
far into the German lines hut the re
ports I mm correspondents indicate that
the work of consolidating the ground
there was taken up speedily and done
thtrntighly and at the same time there
as no interruption of the pressui?
upon the retreating Germans Already
more tlian II KX) ptisoners and guns in
excess of KKi many of them heaw
nieces nave den taken hy lirneral
llaig's victories troops
The minimum advance has heen ef
fented in the .section of the Vimv
Kidge. the northern pivot of 'he 1 1 in -
lenhurg line now turned by the Itrit
ish where (ierman resistance was still
t in view of the importance of the
commanding hill positions Neverthe
less? '.he Itritish accounts show further
gains against the Germans ther.
Iliitish troops vesterdav advanced
north of the village of I.ouverall in
the directum of tamhrai to the extent
f a quarter of a mile along a front
f 2.'H) yards and consolidated this
ain during the night telegraphs Reu
ters correspondent with the Itritish
army headquarter in France.
The Quinine That Does Not Affect
because of its tonic and laxative ef
fect l axative Rrnmo Quinine can h
taken by anyone without causing nerv-
ousness or ringing in the head. There
onlv one "Bromo Quinine.' E. W.
GROVE'S signature on box. 25c Adv.
lnhnon City (Tenn ) unions will
start a co-operative store.
BANKS HERE TO
OF BOND ISSUE
(('tinned from ft On.)
oversubscribed. Some believe that un
ess the issue is allotted to various sec
tion of the country through the fedff al
reserve system it will he snapped up
almost instantly by the large investors
and hank of the east. I.ut all agree
that the principal duty of western bank
er at this hour will be to co-nperate
withlhe farmer first and to subscribe
to the bond issue second
Slate to Help.
Such a view of the matter is taken hy
L)an V. Ilogan. president of the Farm
er National bank; I II. Levy president
of the State Exchange hank; George
I.. Drowning president of the South
west Kerserve bank; S I Berry presi-
i-... .L t . . . i i. . f t
neui ni me rirsi -mir inns J. li
Whatley vice president of the American
National hank ; William Raymond.
ashler of the Security National bank
and other. But they are unanimous
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder makes it
possible to produce appetizing and wholesome
cakes ntuffins cornbread etc. with fewer eggs
than are usually required.
In many recipes the number of eggs may be re-
duced and excellent results obtained by using
an additional quantity of Dr. Price's Baking
Powder about a teaspoon in place of each egg
omitted. The following tested recipe is a prac-
tical illustration: .
I cup tufar
K cup wir
1 Itaspooni Dr. Prlc Baking
I cup flour
1 taatpoon aalt "a
( cup cold watar
I laaapoon flavoring
DIMCTtONaV-Botl mgar and walac
unMI a; nip aplna ihraad and add to lha
atlfflr btan whlta ataaga. haallng until
tha mlituta It cold it ft tofathar thiaa
tlmaa t ha (lour aalt and baking powdfrt
beat rnlaa of agga until thlca: add altllla
al a tlnia lour mlrtara and agg relaa
allarnaialf to whlta of agg mlasura atlr-
rlng after aarh addition. Add H cap cold
waiar and flavoring. Mil lightly and
boka In modarala ovan ona hour.
The old method caUed for six If no baking powder
Booklat of raclpaa which aronomlia In agga and
othai aipanaiva IngiaiUanta mailad froa. Addraaa
1001 lndcpandtnca Boulavard Chicago 111.
Made from Cream of Tartar derived from grape.
No Alum No Phosphate
. . .. i t i
in declaring that Oklahoma will not lag j that no trouhle would he experienced in
behind the remainder ol the nation in I selling the entire issue.
case the assistance ol'the west is needed i Free of Charge.
in taking up the mmplcte i.sucw bii Ii Ihe discussion of the loan here thi
is regarded as extremely unlikely j morning was given animation by the
i i vi .it;.. .i.i ..i ii. U iiuiii-i announcement nv tne western rsationai
Hale State hank; V. K. Kamsey. vice
nresiden! of the Guaranlv hank; I K
f the bank IS to
hank through M I
that rvery facility
inrsiurii; 01 1 1 it- iimi .iiny f. n - -..
Kowlelt. president of the SaMtol Slate i pUrJ at the disposal of the pub.
bank and George Cooke cashier of the j rrt l charge for the purpoae of
Min?wrii'iUK K"vri iniirm war imjiiu
Ci.t. Vilniiisl liiiiL- ufasm r3ili'
Clitic tian'Miai iiiiiin tih M"'it .... . i . i .
iiiL no announcement this morninif. i w il"K unl aKr Prn'
ut were unanimous in the opinion
I I Win.
M 'I'. P
THE NEW store for
men is ready with a superb
new stock of the smartest styles
you'll see in Three Dollar Hata.
EARL and smoke
irrayfl. bottle and brass
greens tans browns in the
correct width brims. Telescope
or creased crowns.
1 for Dunlap Stetson and
225-227 West Main
'Tape's Diapopsin" relieves
Btomach distress in
Time it I Tape'i Diapepiin will
weeten a sour gay or out-of-order
stomach within five minute.
If vour meal don't fit romfortahlv."
or what ymt eat lie like lump of lead
in inir stomach or if you have heart-
hum that i usually tign of aridity
of the stomach.
Get from vour pharmacist t fifly-
cent case of I'ape'i )iapepin and take
a nose just as toon a you can. there
will be no nur rising no belching' of
undigested food mixed with acid no
stomai h ga or heartburn fullnei nr
bravv feeling in the itomach nauiea
Helnlttaiing headache nr dirtineti
I his will all go and betides there will
be no otir fovd left over in tne ifoniach
to poison your breath with nauseoin
Tape' 1'iapepsin help to neutralire
the excessive acid in the itomach which
it causing the food fermentation and
preventing proper diftion.
Hehef in five minutei ii wiitinj (or
you it anv drug More.
These large fifty-rent caiei contain
enough "i'ape'i Diapepiin" to usually
keep the entire family (ret from itom-
ch aridity md ft! lymptomi of indl-
etion dytpepiii iournei gaiet
hrarttntrn. and heidirhe for manv
A JAP ROSE SPECIAL Ko'nly
An Unusual Sale of the Famous Jap Rose Products.
$1.15 worth of Jap Rose Specialties for 69c
1 box Jap Rose Face Towder BOc 1
1 jnr Jap Rose Cold Cream. 25c
1 can Jap Rose Talcum Powder 15c
.1 cakrs Jap Rose Toilet Roapr 25c
Regular price $1.15 ' -
Mail Orders Prepaid. Free Delivery.
Phones Walnut 4343 and Walnut 468.
THE MODEL DRUG & JEWELRY CO
129 West Grand Avnue.
JOIN THE ARMY
of conlrnlnl lunirwivf hy diving
An Eden Washer
installed in your home.
Free Washing! Free Trial!
Call ii or better Mill viit our
$10 01 keep the F.den in your horn
Phone W. 118
US N. Breidwiy
I tke or In hold this imposing position
month It belongi In your home
j I he IHiUth t .'u h taitcvl ol the bit
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Stafford, R. E. Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 9, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 11, 1917, newspaper, April 11, 1917; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc170306/m1/2/: accessed January 20, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.