Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 21, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 3, 1919 Page: 2 of 10
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OKLAHOMA CITY. TIMES SATURDAY HAY 8 1919
(i ... ...
Local Station Receives List
of State's Casualties.
A report just received it the ma
rlM racrultlng ititinn here contains
the names of ill Oklahoma boys in
the Marine corpi who mere killer or
wounded during the wir The fint
rime ii thai of Marry C. McCrrarjr
of Ringwood who wit killed in ir
'tion Novemher 2. Phillip II Hoover's
name ii next. Hoover whose home
n In Lemiire died June 17 1918
from wound received in iction.
The severely wounded list include
the names of Corpl. Ura T. l'lum-
mer of Heavener Orlando L. Post ol
Bllckwelli Homer B. Oshorn Oak-
wood: Dirk lilkinl Tulsa: Set.
Claude C Edwards Salllsaw; C pi.
Charles C Knox lair Valley; 1'erry
E. Skinner Mud; Willnughhy Jen
kina. Sallisaw; Rov A. Hill Coyle
William M. William Chandler anil
Thomas L. Rire (ilenco. All wounded
men have recovered anl been re
turned to duly.
Illnest claimed two Oklahoma ma
rinej iccording to the report. Cecil
M. Jlarnclt of Durant who died Sep-
'temher 28 and Albert L North of
Checotah who died January 27 1918
II S. OPPOSES
American Envoys Against
f Aiding Enemy Business
PARIS Fiiday May 2-Authori-tatire
disapproval of a plan that Ins
been advanced for the rehabilitation
of European financial credit at ex-
pressed today by the financial mem-
bers of the Ameririn delegation. !l
was made known definitely that the
United Slates would not be party
to any joint action having for its pur-
poe the restoration of German busi-
ness. It had heen proposed by the Brit-
ish that a (irrnian bond issue ol $5-
OOO.Otdt.tlfX) be ai ranged with Great
Britain France the United States
and the other allied and associated
.powers as guarantors. The Ameri-
can delegates took the position that
i such i plan would be not only Im-
practicable but contrary to American
; It wai explained that the British
proposal included the apportionment
Jot the issue among ill the poweri
including even the amill newly-creat-d
i TURNED DOWN
GENEVA Friday May 2.-The
Rumanian and Ccecho-Slovik gov-
ernments according to reports re-
ceived here have refused to entertain
the offer of Bela Kurt the Hungar-
ian foreign minister to make terri-
torial concessions providing that
. fighting be stopped on all fronts. The
Rjmanians and Ciechs continue the
march on Budapest.
Mr and Mra rviiratte a. Erane
Oklahoma City hoy.
Mr. and Mra. N. R Pierce 611 Want
Third atr(. bor.
Dr. and Mrs. Dick Lowry Oklahoma
Mr. and Mra. Jamea Jenklne II 10
Booth Harvey avenua tjrl.
Morale 1111 Bcxith Hohlrnon
Mr. and Mra. F. J. Hrn IM Want
arhlrlMnth atraat (Irl.
Mr and Mr. A. A. Cain 1101 CUa-
Sen boulrvard flrt
Mr. and Mra. W. A. Ilobfrta tl Hut
Eighth street boy.
arat Anna Sklnnar 110 Went Elev-
enth atrwet. -
Clay oons Punran. Walnut and
wn(y-ivnth atraat aouth.
John F. McOulre. 8L Antbnny'a hoa-
altal. Ura. Flortnca Coora Baptist fcoapltxl.
Joe H alley.
Funaral irvicM for Joa Haider. II
who dlod or Infliunia at his
one mil waat of Rrltton Friday
Una; win ba hold at Straat A I (ra
re cbapel at I e clock tomorrow
Mr. Ftaranaa taare
1h fn rat of Mra. Floranc Coon
to aaa Thiiraday mornlna will ba
'I U livafiall Harpar'a rhapal at
am'avMtkaa utMflaiw amawn
hoot In walnut Grov
' A. B.
SJhMiaral aantaaa ear f!. TtlMian. Ti
1 V ji"rfaJ"l iStjSrtion om-
HVSr. sWfli-t NT Wait
; j r-"- - a e-nn jsm
V'. 4ire( tell Waat
t a aa. a
ir 1i Uit Waal
Portralli of Mesial Wiaatra Mil at the Front by
Joitph CummlBgi Chiae Official Portrait Palatal of taa A. I. t.
Imt mm? mm
Private Barton M. Biker Machine Qua
Private Baker began his fighting
Badonviller nn the 5th of Match 1VI8.
for the first time. The enemy attacked
preoirations. Most of his comrades in
the oncoming bochei fir outnumbered
then Private Maker by his disregard
dashing example to his remaining fellows that they collected around him and
the boche attack was repelled. This won for Baker the Croix de Guerre.
CRY FOR SPACE
Chamber Committee Supple
ments Building Report
With the cry for many more dwell
ing houses and offices lately in Okla-
homa City there also cornel a call for
quarters available for light manufac
turing Chamber of Commerce officials
Th industrial lurvey conducted by
the industrial development committee
of the chamber revealed the fact that
there ii a tragic shortage of housing
and business facilities according to J.
F. .Owens chairman of the committee.
The latest report from the committee
is that no building campaign will be
complete unless provision is made for
accommodating small manufacturers.
In the opinion of the committee up
per floor or loft spare is mrt suilable
for this class of industry. Most ol
such space now located in the down-
town district is occupied by rooming
houses. The building of sufficient
was originated to
build ana maintain
health to promote
A most appetizing food
" There's a feasor?'
Company lMUi Inf.. 42nd Division
career on the Lorraine front near
His battalion was in the trenches
in great strength after heavy artillery
his unit were killed or wounded and
the small group of Americans lust
ol personal danger showed such a
homes will In itself provide much of
the desired space by allowing persons
now living in downtown rooming
houses to move to more desirable res-
idences. Officials say that building! erected
with a view to renting the upper space
for manufacturing purposes need not
be in the downtown district but should
be conveniently located close to street
to Visit State
NEW YORK. May J.-Henry L
Hiiherty New York oil magnate left
New York last night with a special
car carrying financiers and prominent
.nil men on an inspection trip to the
oil fields of Oklahoma Texas and
f Kansas' Veterans
CAMP FUNSTON. Kan. Miy J-
The first unit of the 35th division
the 128th field artillery has been de-
mobilized 1.035 men having been dis-
charged and are on their way home
Today the 110th engineers 1150
strong is being drmolited t wis an-
differ. Mow much
of the whole-grain
elements are inyour
cereal food ?
TO STATE SAYS
Muzzling of Dogs Is Advo-
cated by Dr A R Lewis
Oklahoma Is threatened with a
lerioui epidemic of hvdroDhobia. ac
cording to Dr. A. K. Lewis head of
the atata board of health who sayi
that he considers the situation ai
preient hy far the most lerinm of
my in tha reeent hltnry of the tate
The epidemic to date is limited to
one secton of the state particularly
Pottawitomie county Lewis said but
it ii tremendously hard to fight and
if it once geta a foothold In a com-
munity it spreads Into the most seri.
pus of civic afflictions.
Case Tbla Meraing.
The most recent cisebrought to the
attention of health officials was this
morning when a wnmin in Tecumseh
who had been bitten applied for ser-
um. This serum will be supplied from
the office of the state board and in
case of emergency will be given
gratis Lewis said. People of means
will be required to pay for the serum
which is the only known cure for
rihlei. F.ven this serum will have no
effect unless administered within a
week or ten days after infection ic-
cording to the health officials.
Lewis recommends that all dogs In
the city be munlrd and that owners
of valuable dogs keep them penned up
to avoid the chinces of infection
Numerous dogs suspected of being in-
fected hive been found lately in Okla-
The epidemic is not limited toOkla.
homa. Health officials all over the
country have issued a general alarm for
city dwellers particularly to be on the
watch for mad dogs. There is always
a considerable increase of the disease
In the early summer months they say
but this year it threatens to become
a grave menace to the whole nation.
Only One Car.
"There is no more serious or dii-
tressing affliction that can come to
a human being" Lewis said this
morning than this disease it is I
thine tint is practically impossible to
combat except by the administration
of the serum Immediately after the
bite. It is one of the few diseases
which tnjdern science hal to label
no cure. In case of a dog bite no
matter how gentle or unobtrusive the
animal his appeared in the past the
only safe thing to do is to nave the
dog killed ind its head sent immedi-
itely to the otlices ot the state board
of health where it will be carelully
examined for the symptoms of thedii-
ease. In- the mean time application
for the serum and for instructions as
to how to administer it should be
sought from health officials."
City Commissioner Condemns
Colcord Building Dip
Mark H. Keller commissioner of
safety condemns hair-raising stunts
staged yesterday afternoon by mem-
hers of tha flying clreui. Keslir es-
pecially criliclrei several low-flying
stunts. Commissioner Keilrr viewed
the cirrus from the top of the city
hall and witnessed tha stunt of one
I Iyer who swooped down tippn and
over the Colcord building. The safe-
ty commissioner admitted having had
a weak feeling in the kneel. Persons
atop the Colcord building he said
must have been given a severe fright
and that it is such acts as that that
cause persons to de ol heart jailure.
LONDON. Miy 3. Twenty police
casualties were reported in Paris at a
result of the "May day" riots which'
recurred wtth redoubled violence dur-
ing the night The Times learni from
its Paris correspondent. Scores were
wounded in chirnesby dragoons.
on pan. i:ov
THOSE 'STEMS' DO
(Continued from Psee 1.)
warning that any attempt on their
part to go to faris to see the
sights will lead to their imme-
diate banishment to Germany.
The report that tome of the Ger-
man journalists have actually
heen In Paris however Is denied.
It apprars to have originated in
boasts by some of the-writers
that they Intended to make tuch
A survey of the long roMer of
the German delegates reveals
the presence of a fourth German
minister of state in addition to
Count von Drorkdorff-Kanttau
Herr Landsherg and Ilerr Gies-
brrg. He is Minister of Labor
Sihwarti who is found among
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BRING YOUR BOY
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who were taught to gave
In the days of their
Give Your Child This Chance!
You can start a savings
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Security National Bank
Capital and Sarploa 1300000.00 f
mambart of tba Kanaaa City Chamber of Oomaaroa wffl ylait yew'
city ant waak and ther waat to bm YOUl j
13 AlhOUol Ccn
Toa train wffl eawry Ita ow prtotfaf plant wbidi wffl mMMiIj
oafly oawepaper wtth a apodal sMOUoa fqr yoox dty. OCT A CSTTt
wffl bo btaia of
city to bo
- 'llVrriaa" bj
Bg M of tha
C3 of 10 Kcico '
Empress theiter. 12 to 10:45 p. m.
-Mie Marsh in "Spotligh) Sadie;
comedy; news reel
Majestic theater. 10 a. m. to 10:45
n. m. William Duncan in "The
Man of Might;" Neal Hart in
"The Raid;" news reel; two com-
edies. Stnnd theiter 10 to II m.j
1 2:J0 4 5:.); 8:.) and 10 p. m -Margarita
Fisher in "Hands L'pi"
Kw Folly theater 10:45 a. m. to
10 45 p. m.-YVilliam S. Hart In
"Tha Tiger Man;" serial; news
Dreamland theater 9 a. m. to 12
p. m Bill Tilghman in. "Passing
of the Oklahoma Outlaws;" car-
toon comedy; vnd a-vllle movies.
Auditorium I 15 p. m ilatlnre
and night Dancing; music.
Liberty theater-Pictures t :)
4 .. AilS. 8:30; viudeville 3 7:30
Lyric theater 1 :30 to 10:45 p. m.
Pictures and vaudeville.
Talice theiter. 2:15 to lli.V)
p. m. Ruby Dirby in musical
the thirty-three ( commissioners
sent by the various ministries
and the armistice commission to
support the principal delegates.
GLASSES are a comfort and
an assistance almost In
every home. They enable
the mechanic to continue his
labors; the artist (o display his
skill in the evening of life; the
scholar to pursue his studies by
their help adding to knowledge
of others and recreating his own
mind with intellectual pleasures
which otherwise would be a
Dr. I. LEVY
Tha Modern Optometrist
406 Colcord Bldg.
Telephone Maple 1033
12R ItanNwsmtitlvM rtt Ram sum rfarJ.
oaMitoi than latar.
cgsMN la Caw the fifMoHU'
Tha flrat disturbance of tha or
slerly roatlna around Carman
headquarter! occurred this after-
noon whin a procession of youths
cheering for i'remier Clemeneeau
and carrying placards reading:
"Viva la V ranee I" married
OKLAHOMA! LCAOINC r
STATIONERY H0U8E. V
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takes cart of where tbo Gonerator
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The OrJy DstUry with
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throogh tha Itna 4ei XeHrvoIra
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Hotel dei Retervolr. Tha dell
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