Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 170, Ed. 1 Friday, October 18, 1918 Page: 2 of 16
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OKLAHOMA CITY TIMES FRIDAY. OCTOBER 18 1918.
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3000 Suffragists Pledged to
Back President's Fight to
An "Unconditional Surrender" club
being. formed in Oklahoma to reach
into every county in the state and se-
i lire the pledge of every patriotic wo-
' nan to stand behind President Wilson
:i hit win the war policy and to lend
er moral support to all war work and
' very patriotic movement hacked by
The movement is fostered by the
( iklahoma Suffrage Campaign commit-
in and 8000. members of the Oklalwtna
Woman Suffrage association are
hedged to form the first unit. All
til lira women's organixalions in the city
nre being approached with the request
fiat they join the club as a unit and
l.-iul their efforts to securing members
uho arc not associated with the various
Mrs. Clarence F Henley chairman
of the Oklahoma City Woman Snffrage
campaign committee announced that
letter are being sent to all county
Miffrage chairmen renueitinj that they
K't in touch with the organired women
i'f their respective rounties and secure
"We sufiragists are not made up of
ii rlass of quitters" said Mrs. Henley
' We would rather face any odds or
ilisadvantage than to give up any point
r principle and we will stand fairly
.behind the president in his stand of
Hor Mora nonrla
OF GELCIAN CttST
(Continued from PtQt 1.)
n it it was found itnfjossilile." a retreat
i l iw. neirer to the f.ennan frontier
ni'd be imperative.
North of Laon
PARIS. Oct. 18 -The Germans have
In-run a retirement in the area between
iNe Oise and Serre rivers between
1 ;i in and Cambrai. according to the
iificial statement from the war office
Irrmh troops advancing from Arhery
and Chnirjiy are in pursuit of the 1er-
m.in rear puardv 'VnKtiitcourt has
ben (n-cupied hv the Frem.h.
In the Argomie region the French
I ie cro.-.vfl the Aisne near Vouieres.
I i;:htmp continues in the area west ol
'it and Pre.
'I lio slatemrnt read- :
"On the rioht bank of ihe One the
iMi-niv confined his reactions to artil-
irrv fire ftrlsveen the Oise and the
e'rc hremli messine continued ilur-
' t the last few daya has obliged the
menu to hen in a new withdrawal. Ue
douching from Achery and Choigny to-
ward the end of the niht the French
troops pursued the German rear guards
and occupied AnguilcnurL West of
irand Pre the battle continuet with
extreme stubbornness and was extend-
ed this morning as far as the heights
of Yourieres. The French have crossed
t tie Aisne in this region."
Only Part of
PIvlTlSU HI ADQl'ARTERS IN
1:1 l.dlCM. (lit. 17.-lseghem north-
et i f Koiilrrv (hanged hands fnur
'nits l.rluir the dermans finally were
nulled. The liritish hold abrut a
ti'ird of tht part of Court i ai em-
l".icing ahout 5 (") inhabitants The
' drr and larger part is. mill in tlir
' snds of the (iemiani and it is be-
lieved some thirty thousand persons
nostly women and children are in the
Courtrai was onlv slightly damaged
bv shellfite. The Ornish are all around
it. so tliat the enemy hold is pre
SALONIKI. Thursday. Oct. 17
'reep troops today completed tlic reoc-
upatioa ot the regions of Creek Mac
Ionia which have been held by the
Itulgariani and Turks.
WAHHINOTOM Oct. IS Tha army cas-
ualty lint (surd Krlilny ahowa:
hllM In ortloo II
IMrsI off wound . . 4
Hint from orrMoat I
Ilka) (rant aioraM
ttoowtal tlrir" uniUUrmltwd .... Rl
Mlwloi In ac4loa I
GOASS CITY III
(Contlnuo from Pago 1.)
each home interview nienibcrs of fam
ilies where sickness was
(JHlatiomaha in tin Hat arr:
kll.l.KIl IN ACTION.
Oorpl. Hanrjt I' (illior Kir for.
I'rt.ala Trarf Hproxto. Nobla.
Nonft. 4n H Hal Ira. lloUIallla.
I'rtvalo I Iro. S. Hart. I.oruoa Itrore.
I l'rlralo Last H. llwrm I ahlnrt.
Will MIKD rlhVKKr.l.Y.
(or pi. Ion N. (oflr ( loiul (Miff
l'rltolo Jamr O. Irr I arnoi
1'rl.olo Kdwln W. llallMikl MaWlr.
wonmlisd trcrlr In action prlouol)r
rrnorlrit niU.ln In oi-llon.
I'rWnlo I harlot Morrow Wlri wouii-
drd In art Ion ilrgrro anilrlormlnnl
prrtloiulj rruorted minting In arlloa.
Tht Unt followo-
Kiti.K.t in vrio.sr
in in r.Ki.
I.lout. NH."itl A. Sllllrr. S nnlllnolon. P. C.
Lltut ll'iirv Thnm H". Hriiinwl.-k. Oa.
Hrrgl. Arthur Vim roalrr. Hay City. Mrch
turpi. Klrhard Victor Hruplir. ltuailll
Torpl. Ilrnr OIUw Klrfrr Ohio.
Cotul. Aloiamlor IIokb.IiI. Nolrotia l'
8nl rttrnrii Kklp hy
Mnhulmi HHlfnrx. Kutlanil. VI
l'lrn. llllrkalritf. I'll' HUT. I'll
Jnhn Alnynluo Hon. naynntin N .)
Mot tin V. Krarnll Hlm-pillrarl liny. N. T.
John K Kurr Mllfuril Haul county Ni
Cinior l PniiHlikrrpiilr V
riurln tl. Mi l ornikk. I'lKunn Crerk Ala.
Jiimn Muliuliry. Hulfal". N. V.
Mtrrltt Miniiin-ty. Orovr City
Krnllnanrl W. OK Bronklyn N. I
TorMy Owmh Jano Va.
Antallo PMrorarro. Morrlalown N .1
Wm Hlilriilnirr. Naw Ynrk. N. I.
Trmry Sprola !S'ohl Okla.
Itnlph Ifrka Cmlilrtu llrhlin'. N'. V
IUKI) 'lOM Wnl.NDH.
.Irana I. Vlanilna Itni-ktlala. Trial
IVtar Anitrrw Mailarn. Iron IMvar Wla
Sllko MulaUo Omaha Nab.
Wlllla H. NUon. ModlPlll lilH. Ka
John Hallra. rhlladrlphla. Pa.
Pout Vanrta Taraer Mich.
PiF.n of inHKAaK.
Iirrnia t. r'llnl Canaan W. Va
l.lnriinl H Hi-hart HtirlnKiiinunt rn
Harry J. Oram. CliratT I'a.
Ollvar Nyliua. Hattun. N. It.
Curtlaa l.irr lla-l Ky
Hiiwanl W. Hmithatl. iav W Va.
Wm. J Thnuiaa. liurlliiln. VI.
Clrant Wll.ti. TriirkS'llla. I'a.
t)IEI lllii.M AiVIOKNT AND OTMKR
Cnrpl. Alfrod K. ( harlua Jlnnall. Harllra-
A Urn G. Fnatrr Now Havon. Cora.
rluy Mor ISonrla
MOTOR TRUCKS FOR
Definite plans are being formulated
this week for the installation of a
highway motor truck transport system
which is now a part of the war pro-
gram of the national council of defense
in other states. M. I.. I unniiigham
state engineer at present an innuenra
victim is chairman ot ttie liignwajs
transport committee and has supervised
the work to date.
Flans to interest private capital in
the operation of motor truck lines for
general express service between towns
and between homes ot tarmers or ottiers
along regular routes comprise a por-
tion of the contemplated program.
I igure compiled to date show thai
this project will not only give reliei
to railroads on short hauls but prove
a source of larK revenue to promoters.
The following chairmen of the five dis
tricts laid out will meet here next week
the (hue to be announced later: Cyrus
Avery Tuta; Harry Alton Enid; J
L. I'ope. Woodward; fourth district
chairman not selected; G. W. Yonng
Ardmore. Oklahoma county n in the
liar Sloto Honda
Mr ami Mr .lolin Kullon 1217 Eaat
hla-hth atrrst. Ctrl.
lr and Mra Lurtin V. wallmrn. 110
r.nl hvrrenl. Kill.
Mr. ii ml Mia K F. Johnson. 114 Writ
Thlrtennth atroe.t Klrl.
Jnmm Wilklna. 706 Writ Fourth alroot
!.. It. riprnra. ("21 Weal Fifth atrart.
Ilaviniiiiil M. I'nitrr U'll West Twenty
WniiHin Itor. ;n Wnt Third plrael.
Patrick lloorll Kiiy all Wan Hano
Leonard William 1711 Weat Caliror
FllliKin Howard 1411 Yfrri Foiirteetilh
RaperS No Inrraaaa In
iltphlhrria eaara waa rruuilrd today. The
una ac.Mlrt favrr vli'llm in tha cJty la
ri'iMirtrd almoal r'vrrail. No other
opirlMnlr illM-naea othor than tha Infill
rum. Itava I'fon reported.
upon their own responsibility order
patients into hosuiuls unless they
were able .to immediately obtain the
services of district physicians appoint-
ed by the U. S. public health service
Co-operating with the . city hoard of
health. Two physicians will be sta-
tioned in Ihe north and south end dis-
tricts readv for emergency calls.
They will be appointed by Surgeon
General Hlue of the health service ap-
pointments to he made upon recom-
mendation of Dr. kubn And submitted
to Washington through Dr. Weldon.
Mike Donnelly chairman of the
board. Walter l yhrand D. I Johnston
and Paul b'esler of the University
hospital represented the hoard of health
and hospital force. J. A. Whiteford
superintendent of city schools was
present to oiler the full corps of the
city teaibiiig force in this house-to-house
It is expected that a full report will
he ready for tabulation by noon to-
morrow. No Further Changes.
Iheie will he no further changes in
the personnel of the health department
for the present according to Lommis
sinner Donnelly who told Ihe employes
this morning that he expected them
to get to work and show more action
and spirit in their work and that re
suits must be accomplished at once.
Dr. J. Kuhn newly appointed city
phisician is sreking a successor to Dr.
W. C. Thomas assistant city physician
vsho resigned. Dr. Thomas says his
private practice will not permit him to
give the time required to handle city
More Room at Hospital
Room has been made at the Univer-
sity hospital for fitly mure beds and
a larne number of new patients are be-
ing scut there today.
The death list for the month has in-
creased to 170 a total of fiitreu new
deaths haviiiK been reported since yes-
terday as follows:
Miss Gertrude V.. Wortham :4 East
K. L. Wilson 1524 West Twenty-
I'at Kelly 2 years old died at a lo-
Ethel I'.ass 15 seats old died at a
Mrs. James Eddy died at a local hos-
pital. Sam Oppenheimer 27 years old .115
West Sixth street.
Mrs. Sanders died at a local
Infant. Charles Moore 211 WW Ma-
I eonard illiams neqro
Jane 1 ee. 1.128 West Third strerl.
William George died in a local hos
Kavmond M. I rather died in a local
Mr. Spencer Fortieth street and
Mrs. Douulass Forty-eiRhth and
Milton J. Mather 10.10 West Thir.
Mrs. George W. Layman 11 Fast
State Hard Hit.
On the fare of reports received by
the state health department tip to noon
from widelv separated lections of the
state there are not more than a doxeo
dertori and nurses In Oklahoina wno
ran be used outside their Immediate
localities to help in the fight against
the Spanish influenza epidemic.
The reports which came in response
to the telegram not out yesterday to
county health officers by Captain
Weldon o fthe medical reserve corps.
Shawnee which reported 2.954 cases.
asked for two nurses and Sayre which
reported (M cases asked for twelve
nurses. The count health officer of
fteckham county added that the diseae
is spreading thrntiKh the county and
rnnranerireo me situation as serious.
St ill we'll. In Adair countv asked for
two or three nurses. I nly two places
reported that they could spare physi-
cians. They were Ruffalo and Clinton
which reported they could give one
doctor each fpr work in other potts of
On the fare of these reports which
have alarmed state health officials Dr.
J. W. Duke stale health commissioner
issued a statement forbidding the re-
opening of ant schools theaters or
other public places until he gives per-
mission. I Ins will he withheld until
all danger of the spread of the disease
Uai passed. '
night Ambulance Servica.
The Emergency hospital ambulance
has been ordered by Commissioner
Donnelly to be. held at police head
quarters every night to answer call!
from the influenza cases. The police
have been instructed to take every
case reau nnii hospital treatment to
the Emergency hospital or to the Elks
An emergency clll has been received
by the Red Cross sewing rooms to
help supply sleeping robes for influ-
victims rniy auuil garmcnis
have been cut today as well as
twenty-five six-year-old children's
robci and twenty-five night dresses for
infants. A large number of women are
working and -the rooms will be kept
open the entire day. The garment
will be distributed through the civilian
relief and the hospitals of the city.
Bur Mara Ilonuo
ing the same problems at those which
had asked the increase. 'The. action of
the commission ii in tha nature of a
general order allowing any imalt com-
pany in the state which dtiirei to to
take advantage of it
The new schedule approval by the
commission provides tht following; ex-
tra charges: Individual line business
$J0; individual Hue. residence . $18;
multi-party rural $15; business ex-
tensions y). Where higher rate is
In effect than the one fixed by the
commission it mav continue In effect
the order states. The order will be sent
to Washington for final approval by
1'ostmaster General Burleson.
Baj ktoro Bda
Grovi'a Tastelasi chill Tonic
retores vitality and energy by purify-
ing and enriching the blood. You can
soon feci its Strengthening Invigorat-
ing Effect. Price 60c. (Adv.)
iLL JI LJS- .El- .II -U-g U
ConMrtaUoi VHk pMtjrOMl.
Cnmarsiatinn week of tha food ad
ministration ii pottpontd to December cans of tb lnflNt tpMgin4c.
1. according to nitinemiiit at
state food adrruiiltVtaQ today
Approximately 250 small independent
telephone companies in Oklahoma were
given permission this morning by the
corporation commission to advance rates
for service on and after November I.
Only about seventy-five of the com-
panies applied for the increase but the
iiiictigatiou made by the commission
disclosed the fact that the other com-
panies which had not applied were fac-
British Now Well
To East of Lille
WITH THE HRITISU ARMIES IN
' KANCE Oct .-Considerable op-
position has been met by the British in
:ie region southwest of Douai but this
' uliting hai died down. In the Lille
i ea allied troops have reached Roma
A new crossing t.f the I.y has been
ffected wuth of Wulveruhetn. There-
sas little opposition north and south
of Ulle "and the British moved ahead
Th fdtrrth British army launched i
powerful attack from Le Cateau south
ward Thursday morning. American
contingents participated in the fighting
l ira! reports Indicate excellent progress
nade everywhere against the desper-
i'ely fighting Germans who are being
driven back towird the Oie. The Selh
river has been crossed at Benin and
tie it at ion has been captured At last
'r"rtj the allies were well east of the
nver and still advancing.
rrr5CH Swiu Oct itv-okii
tat-- tg tented by the entente war
of 'A lo.r re publishes! in Cet
. J i irfbinf. hefst tre to
I r tt n have btJea out-
'- i '. froni
I a better I
I guide thaa. Ml
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CASTOR I A
For nfantf aod Children.
In Use For Ovtr 30 Yoar
Big nature of
Simple Way To
There is one sure way that has never
failed to remove dandruff at once and
that is to dissolve it then you destroy
it entirely. To do this just get about
four ounces of plain common liquid
arvon from any drug store (this is all
you will need) apply it at night when
retiring; use enough to moisten the
scalp and rub it in gently with the fin-
By morning most if not all of youi
dandruff will be gone and three 01
four more applications will completely
dissolve and entirely destroy every :'n-
gle sign and trace of it no matter how
much dandruff you 1 iy have.
You will find all itching and dig-
ging of the scalp will stop instautly
and your hair will he fluffy lustrous
glossy silky and soft and look' and
feel a hundred times better. (Adv.)
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DOCTOR-Yoor Moo teat. Jack eon shows you are
verging on anemia. TtoW'f datwaroua. Your blood is in
baJ eooditioni jon'rei not aulmilaUng; your (bod. What
you eat is not doing you any good.
JACKSON-What shall I eat doctor?
DOCTOR There's no hard and fast rule. Eat what
you like. Eat enoagh to tupply your blood with red eor-
pusclei. Your blood la too'thiV How la your appatiteJ
3 ACKSON-Not vary straac. desssr.
DOCTOR Of aaatae Mi. ToaSv M ManoU re fesr. aaiil oo
n't UMBropar dooUe foclood Walli Wff SJajr naofltoa tnrt
moralna. Tkaataaoa osawivsweasoaiioa.. HooaHoajiian
ow'XTKO" UwBlaoaaroJaoaei4S)la Si
haooa t UM pranar ooat
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dWomt roar faad. fmaUce4ni. aWawflhai T?!g!Ahj
auka rour kror aaWay tsVilfa ka
taata aad rofraaaliai to orfottTtiootfoa la will aoUo a Saw mft ils
of ran. I couldn't prootrlho) orttny boStt tor Jan ooaalltaw.
jux avr nam say smss
Ifou cast obtaia
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will buy a beautiful Diamond ring lavajlier or pendant.
The small change you spend foolishly will satisfy the
fondest wish ot a lifetime for a perfect cut glittering
diamond. Just a sryall payment down and 50c or $1
each week buys. you your choice of hundreds of pretty
stones in our store. Pee them today. Your Credit is
116 W. Main Opposite Empress
Woman's Dainty Dress
Boots in a Special Sale
High lace shoei with plain and fancy stitched toe andttwo-lncn
Louis heels; the leathers are black aud colors and icxne boon;
these are with cloth topi in contrasting shades. One wilt find alio
that the redactions are Quite generous.
A dark par kid lace hoot slain vamp
black leather Louis heels fancy ititchings
iies 34 to 7J4. regular price $U.5(M7JS.
Dark gray kid vamp boot contrasting
gray cloth top covered heal sites 4 to IVi
doable As to C regular price $10.00
Dark rT kid toot black leather keel
altifnmtrm heel plate contrasting doth top
rejular price P-50 3C to TjiC
FieJd-mouie kid vamp dark Wown cloth
top fancy iti testing feather Lostii hed
regular price $1008. aiaee 3J re 7H B and
Few pairs brown kid booti leather Louii
heel lice. Regular price 10.00; titti !B
Black kid lace Voot ihort roswd vamp
leather Louil heel ; sisu Hi t t B aad (X-
(S.00 value at 13 JS.
Op until 8:30 Saturday AM
Fifth Avonue Cta&Grj
are being displayed by the Flfthi Avecss Clottca Cc?
at 122 W. Main street Tne most wonderful selection
of all wool clothes is awaiting your inspection.
$20 835 and $30 .
We have some wonderful all wool blue and fcreea fi
nels for $19 $22.50 and $25. We can save yott $10.
Woretedsuiti made of fine worsted yarn at $2250
cheaper ones at $15 $X7 $20
We have a larger selection tojday than ever in the
history of the1 institutipn.
Blue serges all wool at$22.50 $25.0Q and $3000
Serges made by Metcal tos no wttejp trv
If you anticipate neinj. a suit or ovcx?cc tye t-
vise you to spend a few mhutea goina tkroc ib. won-
derful stock. It msaia a big saving fc you. tdvbe
you to buy a suit or overcoat that is made of
don't accept maxiipuUted goods for THERE IS NO
.WEAR to such tspirmshts
.t I i r i rat!
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Gaylord, E. K. Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 170, Ed. 1 Friday, October 18, 1918, newspaper, October 18, 1918; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc170882/m1/2/: accessed April 14, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.