Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 186, Ed. 1 Friday, November 2, 1917 Page: 2 of 16
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.OKLAHOMA CITY TIMES. TODAY NOVEMBER 2 1917.
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CSlY 3 DFFICERS
:V Revolt Breaks Out on Two
?;""' '' Battleships at Kiel
LONDON iiov. Z-Thr officer
n4 a number of sailors of the German
arjr" were killed in "another" mutiny
at Kiel in September according to a
dispatch from Amsterdam to the Daily
Express which claimt to have authentic
Balk at U-Boat Senrict.
The outbreak occsirrcd aboard the
battleship Kronrlrin and Schleswig-
Holstein and started when the men re-
refund money if it fails. 25c
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$15 $17 $19
The yoijng man is one
of the moat active ex-
ponents of good style
With the possible ex-
ception of the young
woman there is no
no more critical or ex-
acting human when
Clothes are the question.
We think a lot of the young man he is responsible for a
large proportion of our business and evidently young men
reciprocate by thinking well of our Clothing if we are to
judge by the volume of trade they bring and esnd to us.
Young man if you are not acquainted with Fifth Ave Shop
you the missing something perhaps you have been get-
ting fairly good garments elsewhere but why buy the
ordinary garden variety when you can get better and
especially when they will cost you less. w5
JL ' ' ? ..
The Quickest Way for You to Own
volted against ling drafted into the
Tlit ...lor. iai tlir Krntmrim threw
Admiral Schmidt overboard and
tableil ami threw ntethoard Lieuten-
ant Kaul the admiral's aide ami an-
A battle on the ship's detk between
the officers and tailori followed.
Tlrae Officers I Hied.
Three officers and a numler of sail-
on were killed. Similar scenes oc-
curred on the Schlcswtg Holstein.
Admiral Schmidt was rcsilucd but it
was neirssarv for him to leave Kir'.
All the surviving mutineer were ar-
rested. The German battleship Kroiiprim d
places tuns and was built
iyi5. Htr umiiileiiirnt is MX" men.
The Srhlrswig-Hulstciii was completed
in 1Kj and measures
I .KM) tons She
carries b) men.
More Oil Field
Workers Walk Out
in Texas Strike
HOUSTON. Trsss 'No. i-level
onments over miiht in the strike of
worker in seventeen producing oil
fields of Texas and I-oiiisiana consist-
ed mainly in tlir announcement friMii
union lieailipiarters ot aildltlnnal re-
cruiting of the sinkers' ranks and re-
ports front the producers of satisfac-
tory n rt ! tir t ii n despite the walkout.
n i n fill
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Mtiy It at Kosenfield'i '
Use our liberal and digmfird credit sys-
tem. You get the goods upon first payment
and there's no "red tape" to go through or
interest to pay.
US Perfect tot bint-watt stones at jor
Iowa m4 SOo per stL
CHIFIELD JEWELRY CO.
116 WIST MAIN ST.
BLACK HAND TRIES
TO ABDUCT FORD'S
$1001)0 Is Demanded for the
Safety of Henry Ford II.
DETROIT. Midi.. Nov .'-f ederal
agents here are inv -.tigat'ng an al-
leged plot to abduct or kill Henry Ko'd
II infant son of Kdsrl l-orrt and grand-
sn of the multi millionaire manulav.-
turer. A letter demanding SI0.0UO from
Fdsel i-'ord. as the price for the baby's
safety was turned over to fiostoffne j
inspectors several days ago '
The letter was signed "Snilian All-
an hisls Association." It demanded
that the money be sent to "(ins Adams"
and said it would he called for at the
general drlivery department.
A youth who (ailed at the genenl
delivrrv window "for a panel for im
Adams'' was taken into custody it is
NEGROES WILL BE
UNITED FOR WORK
State Council to Band Them
for National Service.
Kvery negro man woman and child in
the state will be organised for patriotic
service if a plan now being developed
by the state courted of defense is suc-
cessful. According to a statement issued at the
state house today by Chester M. West-
fall of the slate council the negroes (
i each county will be united in auxiliary
county councils with their wives also
To Drtvs Out Malanj and Build Up
Take the Old Standard f.NOVF.'S
TASTF.I.KSS chill TONIC. You know
what you are taking as the formula is
I printer! on every label showing it is
Quinine and Iron in a Tasteless form.
FIIIE III MILK CASE
A. S. Connellee president ot the
Crystal Ice and Ice Cream company was
fined $1') and costs (in the municipal
court today. Vie was charged w ith sell-
inn milk. Mr Connellee iavr notice
of an appeal.
According to the testimony of 0. I
Mullin. city milk inspector the sample
of milk was exairl ied by the city chem-
ist did not show the required percent of
butterfat. The label on the particular
bottle read "Crystal Ice and Ice Cream
company pure milk arid cream." The
city's argument was that the contents
of the bottle was not pure milk or cream.
LAX-FOS Ad Improved Cafcara
A digestive liquid laxative cathartic
and liver tonic. Combines strengH
with palatable aromatic taste. Does
not unpe or disturb stomach. .SOc. Adv.
5 Posses Close In
on Holdup Men Who
Rob Arkansas Bank
GLENWOOl) Ark. Nov 2-lln-
IK'sses searching for five bandits vs'i i
yesterday afternoon robbed the Hank
of Glenwood of $70(10 and ahdnned
the laihier K. K. Mailman believed
they had located the robbers in a wild
section twenty miles southeast of Mrna.
The district is hilly and sparsely set-
.11 -ft 1 1 1 . . . .
lieu. 1 ne live natutiti ail lieavilv
armnd are believed to reside in that
section of the state.
Mailman who was released after the
bandits had taken him thirty miles to-
day said that he had seen seserol of the
men before but did not know their
Relieve Nervous Prpretiion and
The old standard "trengthening tonic
(irose's tasteless chill torir amuses the
liver drives out malaria and builds up
the system. A sure appetuer and aid
to digestion. (GV. dv
1 Mr t.aiifi "There's quite a strong
I movement in Pngland to abolish the
. house of lords "
I Mis Wife "If they do that will they
provide some other place for them
live? -1. hn ago News.
I. toy I II WrlKhi 2 yenm olit. HI l.ouln.
Mo. mi I Mn. Illiiibelh Murpliy Vrlhi
:.i 111rs nl I. iiklHloimn I'llv
.lulu .1 MiHire JO vinm nll unil VMhIm
(inlim ;t jfrn Kill both nf Tutile OUIm.
Wjirrn Wimbles 49 vrnrn i ml
Mm Hello 'lnvlur 4 )Mri M. IhIIi nf
t i Thim ? venrn olit. iklnhmnii
lily ind Mfiry Nlliel ?S vmn nll
Mr rnirt Mm John Haker Itonte No S
nklnhnmn I lly Nov.
Mr mill Mm Cl.ilr Miliar lflj Went
Main Mirer nirl.
My IlMilrr. 4 ypr . mn "f l'.n rl
l(enr. ?!l K.nst Peventh ruree'
me ntnrv frnoio ilwlltiu. sun
f K Mulhint. IMIT Went I trot mreet.
rialr frin ilwrlllnic Ismi
I' W IXimry. I'M Hrmi yrinie repair
fnini rllllna. Ilnrt
For Infanta and Children
In U to For Over 30 Years
SHE IS GUARDIAN OF
THE WAR DEPARTMENT
Mallie Huberts Nichols.
M.illie Roberts Nichols a na
tive' of Indiana has had jhe respon-
sibility of issuing more than 75.1X10
passes to visitors to the war depart-
ment since the vsar began. The
state war and navy building is in-
accrssible to visitors except by pass
and each department has a tepresenta-
live at the main door to adm;t those
who have legitimate business inside.
RUSSIA TO STAY
IN WAR TILL tllD
(Contlnuad from Pagal)
economic one. No one. the premier
added has the rilit to fei I disillu-
sioned about it. as it takes yrars to
develop a stable government.
America's most useful way of
helping Russia Is in beading bots
leather yon and money. Premier
Kcrensky said it would be impossi-
ble for the United States to senrl
troops because the difficulties of
transportation would be too great.
"Russia is not out ot the war" Pre-
mier Kerensky said in reply to reports
to the contrary.
She Saved France.
"Russia hasj fought consistently since
the beginning. She saved France anil
England from disaster early in the war.
She is now worn out by the strain and
claims as her right that the allies
should now shoulder the burden"
Thus Premier Kerensky explained
Russia's position to the correspondent.
The correspondent called attention
to widely contradictory reports on Sus-
si.m conditions and asked the premier
a (rank statement of the facts.
"It has been said hy travelers re-
tiirnnii' from Knwl.ind and elsewhere
to An nit 111 that the opinion among
the people not o(ln iallv bill gener-
ally is that Russia virtually is out
ot the war" it was explained
"Is Russia out nt the war?" Premier
Kcrensky laughed "That" he an-
swered "is :i 1 i) it iil Hi s ijucstion.
Russia is taking an enormous part in
the wir. One has only to remember
history. Russia began the war lor the
allies While she already n fighting
Kngland was only preparing and
America only nhsrmng.
"Russia at the liepiinitii; bore the
whole brunt uf the lighting thceby
saving (nat Pritani and l-ranre. Peo-
ple who say she is out of tlir war must
have shot! nirtnories We have fought
since the hci;iimaug. and they must
now take thr heaviest part ot the bur-
den mi their shoulders
"At present Russian public opinion
s agitated greatly by the iirstioii
'VVheir is the dreat P.ritislt licet now
that the Cennan fleet is out in the
"Russia" the prrniier repeved "is
worn out. She has been fighting on"
and a half irar. long r than I'.ngl.ind
"Could an nien.ui aimv be of llc
if si nt (. Kiis.i.i' Ii would he iuipos
sihlr o send one." slid Kerensky "It
is a ii .iioi ei iiaiisni't I he diffi-
in'lies .ne loo ureal."
"If Amen -.in lauiiol s ml troops
wha vsniil.l t'-e most iim-IiiI w.iv lor
lier to heli Ku s .i'" vs.is isei
ll.lve lie r sriul lioots. leatliit iron
tlie ii e'lin-i added emiiluii .illv.
l'remier Kerensky drew .itieniion to
the fail ihai K'ussia h;is i.mivM hei . al-
' Has FoiiRht Alone
"Kiissi.i has fought alone u (o'lilnii;
alone." Kerenskv sul "li.oi. lias
tJTTP HKRE Is the Ttrith fleet
now mat ine tiermsn tle-
Is (mt o( the Rsllic?"
That is llie iiifslion ih.i I is iiKiia!
int' 'H ' 1 1 opinion in h'n.si c
cording lo I'ternier Keieinkv's up
Sir Kmc tie hies first lord of the
Mulish adtmtaltv repbed to inti.s
in the hon-e nl collisions ve-oerdav
I lie A so I )t'i 'r sv . (1f ns
add ess said ' '
Replvinft tn the rtitirism
that the fleet had not been
xert to assist Russia ie
pointed out that nurh an
npemtion would ormpv
considerable time and (hit
the1 are esleT(ve mine
fields. Responsible nsl
opinion w.-:s unanimous thst
the step i nut one hiih
'hnuld he 'l.iken
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We extend a hearty greeting to all members and friends of Oklahoma
City Council No. 70. U. C. T who meet in our city Saturday November 3.
We're glad to do our part to make this a "Big Day."
Everything YOUR boy needs for
1 Hats and
BOYS' TROOPER HATS in
brown bottle green and black vel-
ours at $4 and $5. Cloth hats in all
shades 60c to $2. All wool caps 50c.
Caps with fur and velvet pull-down at
ROYS' SHIRTS with collars
attached; light and dark stripes
and white; 65c. Others with collars at-
tached or detached $1.00.
OYS' WAISTS; new ship-
ments just arrived; stripes plain
colors and black sateen; f.rc. Soisettes
and madras in light shades and patterns
OYS' EXTRA knickers in
gray and brown mixtures at $1 up
$2.50 corduroy knicks at $1.25 up.
had Kngland lo hell) her from the start
and now America has come in.
The premier was asked regarding the
morale of the Russian people and the
Russian army. He answered:
The maasea are worn out eco-
nomically. The disorgaaited state
of life in general has had psychol-
ogical e.lect on the people. They
doubt the possibility of the attain-
ment of their hopes.
"What i the lesson to the democ-
racies of the world of the Russian revo-
Takes Years to Develop.
"This" Premier Kerensky replied ''is
for them to find out. Thev must not
lose faith in the Russian revolution e-
eause it is not a political revolution but
an economic one and a revolution of
tacts. The Russian revolution is only
seven mon(hs old. No one has the
rinht to feel disillusioned about il ; it
will take several years to develop.
"I'ratue. which is only a large as
three Russian departments (slatri took
five years for thbir revolution to de-
After the War.
What future do vou picture tor Rus-
sia alter the war?'1
"No one can draw any real picture
of the future" Kerensky said "Nat-
urally a man who really loves his
country will hope for all pood things
hut that is milv his viewpoint which
i may or iimv not be accepted by others."
I'ternier Kerensky pale and earnest
s.at at the end of a carved table and
ei"phasi;ed the points of his statements
by tapping the (able with his fingers
lie wore a brown decorated uniform
buttoned rl oselv. lie appeared to be
Hat Values Up to $15.00
Choice Friday and Saturday
Gold and silver lace hats flower and fur trimmed hats
white hato black and gold lace hats absolutely all the
latest styles in mid-winter millinery direct from the atyle
ihopa of the cast.
Don't confuse this sale with snltt of the cheaper kind.
Remember we carry nothing but high grade millinery
at popular prices.
fatigued from bis many trips to
front and his constant audiences.
WASHINGTON Nov. 2-l'remier j
Kerensky's remarkable statement of
Russia's situation created a profound
sensation among American officials and
all the allied diplomats here. They note
with confidence his emphasis that Rus-
sia is not nut of the conflict hrweycr
war worn she mav be.
Secretary I-ansing today authorized
the statement that neither on the basis
of l'remier Kerensky's statement nor
on the basis of many official advices to
the government could it be said that ;
Russia was about to quit the war.
The government he said deplored'
representations to the contrary.
The government s apparent
Far I ha fm mt jumt MOI.R mm I
Will AIM Hl tSL
W (Il rr itM whIU yaa wmJt a
ll tar mm4 SMIvac tr
0. K. Shot Hospital
an w. mimm.
THIS NEW store is ready '
to meet every need of the boys 5
who go to school or those who are 5
helping to keep the wheels of
industry moving. This is a com- 3
plete store for boys in every sense g
of the word. :
OVERCOATS for school
or work; Military stylw; Mil- .
itarj' pockets; full belts; every EE
shade; ages 8 to 18; priced at $10
TWO PANTS SUITS in
new Military models; grays
tans browns flireena mixtures;
agta 8 to 18; TWO pairs of FULL
lined knicks at $.50 up. Blue
Serges $7.50 up.
fORDUROY suits in f?ray
and brown; hanflsome now
modeU; sizes 8 to 18; made to
withstand hard wear; $5.50 up.
Extra knicks $1.25 to $2.50.
MILITARY" overcoats for
little chaps of l'j; to 8 years;
some with fur collar and cuffs;
chinchillas velvets cheviots and
novelties; $5 to $16.50. Juvenile
Mackinaw outfits with cap and
leggings to match; gray and wine
checks; ages 3 to 8; $6.00.
SHOES for the boys of
every age; English and foot-
form lasts; tans and blacks; at $4
to $6. Little Gents' sizes at $1. Hoy
Scouta at $3 and $3.50.
1 rot hers
wnu Murtmiu Lsjjrajaw ""irjy-" 1 zLjaa
225-227 West Main
Russia was reiterated today in the au-
thorization for a loan of SU.rUQ.OOO out
of credits previously arranged for
which was to be placed to the credit nf
the Russian government at the federal
reserve lank of New Ymk during the
Th World's Best Piano
The high ideal Knabe has
set and followed for al-
most a century has won for
the name Knabe a sure
place in the homes of
music lovers all over the
land. The price
for the miniature grand is
a value not duplicated in
other grands even at $900.
It is significant that the
Knabe piano is to be found
in so many fine homes
where choice in given free
rein and a cultured taste
j M. B Armstrong
211 Weat Main
Oklahoma City Okla.
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