Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 22, Ed. 1 Monday, May 5, 1919 Page: 3 of 16
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OKLAHOMA CITY TIMES MONDAY. MAY 5 1919
IRE TROUBLE IS
I'D BECOME ISSUE
THE NEW PLANE IS READY FOR ATLANTIC FLIGHT
hall Says Telegraphers Fo-
vor U. S Ownership.
WASHING! ON May S.-"A great
jorily of if Irgraphfri favor atiso-
t government nwnrrsltip of tlie tele-
aphs dei-Urei S. J Small. Miner
kernational preiidenl nf the l.nnv
trcial Telenraiiher'i union at t
Matins of the local branch. Step
Ivc already been taken he laid to in-
Stute in inmtent campaign through-
lit tha country in favor of govern-
ent ownership of the wirei.
Mite organiiatiom will be lormfi
id ineakeri will he put into tne tieia.
it fivlit will be carried up and into
e 1W) prrsiilrnlial campaign.
"Mii.li rnticism." be continued
gainl the postnffire department'
Miiiiimtrjiion is justifiable and nmui
it it not.
"In considering the proposition of
perniiienl ownership of the telepnone
nd telegraph systems of the country
i iiiipiiriant that the questions he
he several telephone yate.mi
RiouM l.e relumed to their owner or
Iken over by the itvrral stttrs. The
Ketern 1'iiion and Poital telegraph
anls shouM be taken over by the
kderal government permanently and
'titer 'Virg.imatifltit doing a tcleKMh
usniess ttviiiM be stopped from con-
inmi'8 in competition witn tne gov-
rnmeni telegraph .n handling com-
The telephone according to Small
l local inititution Put tne teiegrapn
met are not and much would be
aved the oublir. he id. if duplica-
ion were avoided and inefficiency of
Fort SherMan Abandoned
rilli AO '. Mav 5 - The official
. . t .
hroer n I ir iinjiinonmeni ri i i
KU.-..I .. ... . imlttarv nnO was ex-
fcertnt t" l i' Notliinr will remain ex-
ept la-r I- M'Hal whim n m
lo be niir f the most complete in tut
I A . . If;. 71 -H 4
i. . r
JTC-3 U. S. letpltoi after trial flight it toctawir Baacb I. !. tod
Commander H. C. Ktcbatdaoo who piloted II.
NfcW YORK May ? (Special )
( )f (is r iii ihatKe of the ita-y
overseas flight are now considering
starting its trio of giant planes on the
journey at oon at each one has
completed its tests. The NC-.I pro-
nounced satisfactory with the enro-
tion of one balky motor may be flown
to Newfoundland on the first leg of
its trans-Atlantic journey within a
week otficen said toilav.
The NC-4 will take the air a few
day later and if sue cesslnl. go
straight to the navy base which n
being esUMilhed "somewhere in New-
foundland." The N(M will follow the Nl -4 on
its tests and final start within a (''
(lavs after the latter plane Irai's tl.
training grounds it Korkawav Hei'ti.
L. I. At the aame lime word is being
passed along from the navy depart-
ment in Washington that the censor-
ship strict is during the war. will be
tailed off and the publit permitted
know aomething about the big sea-
planes --personnel and the details of
By1 AdeU Garrlion.
Mhit the Doctor Tola lIUUo and
WUt Dicky Hal to Siy to Kiap.
JTT wai many dayi befort even Lu-
ll lian learned tha details of Robert
P Saarin' atrange journey in quest
W Harry Undarwood. He had evi-
'derttly gathered all hl atrength to tell
m nt hii failure to bring her drfi-
Snit newa of her eMtwhile husband.
and when the last wora ten nn m?
hh utter exhaustion wa pitiably p-
parent. The norse eime forward awtftly.
ht Lillian't eyei had been aa quick
a hen. She gave the great appeal-
ing ye before her the assurance
Bey 0 nungrny Bwmru.
"Everything it all right tha laid
klewlv ditinctly. "Nothittf in the
world mattera except that you are
gfa home with your inter ana me.
Jtt let tit take care of you and
She Vimed him and then itepped
quickly aside 'ai the nurse brought
another restorative for the man whose
whole appearance auggested the fear
that loon he would be beyond the
reach of any human remedy. The
mine with her finger on hit pulse
watched him cloiely then apparently
relieved by the effect of her effort
nada a lignal with her unoccupied
hand which iwept ui noiieleiity out
of tha room Into the corrgior outtide
where we waited miierably appre-
heniire until the nunc came out to
Lillian A ma ret Midge.
"He'i resting peacefully for the
Kesent." ihe laid. "But he mustn't
allowed to speak again of anything
excitinf. And for the next few hours
1 can have no one in the room but
Upon hii arrival little later the
phyiician not only upheld the nune'i
decision but announced that the lame
policy of abiolute quiet muit be en-
forced for dayi. He promiied Lillian
tnd Mr i. Coigrove that after the firit
dangeroui day or two they might take
tttrna In relieving the nurie. reiterated
hia belief that the art! it had been un-
der a most unuiual nervoua ttrain.
and lightened the weight that had
ettled upon ui by holding out a dis-
tinct hope for the ultimate recovery
of the itricken man.
Lillian rallied to thli ai if It were
t ilogan. With her old energy the
planned for Mri. Cojgrove'a comfort
taw her tafely tettled for a nap made
Ihe neceiiary arrangement! for her
prolonged atay. then after taking me
to the library mrceede't in thorough-
ly astonishing me
1 thought I knew her capacity for
putting her own affiiri out of her
mind to make room for the petty
troublei of otheri. but when ihe iaid
casually: "And now ai I won't be
able to go we'd belter ditcusi your
costume for Rita'i affair." I first
caught my breath in iheer amiement
then turned upon her indignantly.
"Rita'i affair indred!" I stormed
"Do yo'i think I'm going to permit
von fo bother oitr head for a minute
about a ii'eless piece of ftippery like
that with all 50U have on hand here?
Not for one minute) I'm going to
put you back to bed. and then I'm go-
ing home. I really must" I antwered
the tudden look of disappointment in
her face "ichool tomorrow you
"I know." she replied "and you've
been wonderful to stay I won't av
anything more about the costume to-
dav but I'm going to plan it ju-t
the same. It will mean a great deal
to you. to Qiiky and incidentally
to me" ihe imiied affectionately at
me "if no one at that aflair out-
ihinei you in originality of costume
and general icrumptiousnesi. So run
along home with your mind at ease
only promise me you'll minage to
keep Dicky from knowing that I'm
planning anything for you."
"He laid he wai going lo design
lomething for me himielf."
"That'i pie with cheese en the ilde"
she laid with relief. "He'll be too
huv to inspect ui and if he knows
it s all otf. Picky u the dearest boy
in ihe world but anybody can worm
a secret out of him.
Her off-hind characteriration trou-
bled me ai I traveled homeward. It
wasn't the firit time I had heard this
criticism of my husband'l garrulous
nature from Lillian'! lipi and there
wai alwayi a feeling of diiloyalt to
him in listening to the atrictura with-
out objection. Yet there wai nothijig
for me to ny for fn my heart I knew
that the had ipoken naught live the
But I had another ind deeper
cause for worry. If Dicky designed
a costume for me and I didn't wear
it I wai afraid thit he would be
justly grieved and angry. I had not
voiced the trought to Lillian for I
wished to bring not even the imilleit
complication into her life 10 piled
iuit now with work ind worry. But
it wai 1 problem which loomed
vexatiously before me
For this reason I am afraid. I
wasn't eieiv derentlv. humanelyregiet-
ful when Diiky a few evenings later
"By the way Madge about that
costume party of Riia'i5"
"Vei?"1 I aaid expectantly.
"Ill ill off for lime at least
Rita'i got the flu. danger of pnetj-
moma an;. av ihre't nothing doing
in the party line for her for lomc
time You couldn't let me off the
other blowout could you?"
I glanced it him ihirply wonder-
ing in dismay if he meant it. But the
next initant I had caught the twinkle
in hii eye which told me that he
would carry out his promise to g'
with me to the Bavview gathering
Con-Opta for tto Eyes
Pbyileiana and eye apeeialitta pre.
en be Bon-OpU aa a aafe borqe remedy
In the treatment of eye troublei and to
atrengthen eyeaighL Sold under money i
refund guarantee by all druggiata.
A HOME HADE GRAY
Ym Can Make at Home Better Gray
Hair Remedy Tbaa You Caa Boy.
Gray ttreaked or faded hair It not
only unbecoming but unneeeiiary
You can darken it without uiing a
"Anyone can prepare a ilmole mix
ture it home it very little cost that
will darken griy hiir and make n
soft and glossy. To a half Dint oi
v ater add 1 ounce of bay rum. a imal'.
box of Barho Compound and 1-4 ounce
of glycerine. Theie ingredient! can
be bought at any drug atort at very
little coit or the druggiit will put it
up for you. Apply to tha hair twice
a week until the deiired ihade ia ob-
tained. Thii will make a gray haired
perion look twenty yean younger It
ii not a dye it doe not color the moit
delicate icalp; ii not aticky or treaty
and doea not rub off." (Adv).
Arbutui Complexion Cream 75c
Harmony Cocoa Butter Cream 75c
Hadley'i Face Cream iSc
Rexall Skin Cream soc
Jonteel Cold Cream '. .; 50c-
Jonteel Combination Cream SOcV
Violet Dulce Cream '. eoc
Scotch-Tone Cold Cream J5c SOe
Scotch-Tone Face Cream J5c 50c
Tokalon Cream Plain 75c
Tokalon Cream Roseated 5c
Pompeian Night Cream 25c J5c 75c
Ponipeian Manage Cream 50c 75c 11.00
Pompeian Day Cream soc
Sanitol Cold and Vanishing Cream 35c
Pond'i Cold and Vanishing Cream 35c 50c
Hudnut'i Cold Cream 25c soc 11.00
Marvello Cream 60c
Melba Cream 50c
Mary Garden Cold Cream SOc
Milkweed Cream 50c il.oo
Westfall Drug Co.
Eaatman Kodak Afenta. Raxall Agent.
II Should not bn "doeed"
W4 eolda-ipply the
ROTnUBMO ftrilLOM C1G CO.
Rama M Ms.
(OhlalMml"llr Tr4 MvalMkr Ike OklilMtM CHy
Brsiieh. Wti el STw Oiwad Ave.)
FROM LEECH & CO.
Dlttlnct'm in color and detignt the kind that
appeali to the discriminating buyer. We are prepared
at our NEW STORE. 319 Weit Main itreet to ihow
you the liteit creitioni'in wall coverings. A visit
will be profitable to both.
LEfe CH & CO.
BOOKS AMD STATIONIIY
We ' ate Mulawrea agent lor the aakionahV known
"We kava a De for Yevr Inry Vaed"
(Wholeiale and Retail)
319 West Main
Phone Maple 790
Exdtutr Afnta for Whltman'a Candles
GOIHG DOWN !
Drun in fact nearly everything in the Drug; and
Sundry line are almost daily declining. We fully
realiie. with thia Declining Market that it is More
Important than ever before to use the Utmost Care
that we may Protect Ourselves and Customers. This
we promise to do and to give ypu every Advantage
of our baying.
We guarantee regulated price in every department
from Fountain to Prescription Cue.
BASEBALL TICKETS ON SALE
GO. ROOT FOR THE HOME TEAM
Roach & Ucazcy Drag Go.
MAIN AND lOBINIOIt 8T8.
We Sere Steffea't lea Craam
Pra Fori Delrery
HfniHlitcliInK and I'irot KAing
This Remarkable Silk Sale Event
Will Make Kerr's an Unusually Interesting "Shopping Spot" for
Careful Buyers All This Week
That tHI a radiant story if shell pinko of vivid pinks that ahade to the softest rose; of
mol ijlues that arc so fitting for thf May-time hiiiiidiine of yellows and tans that rival
the daffodils and then just tn make the story complete there are the snowy white
the shimmery Hack and a world of combination effects and sombre shades. In all
every new desired silk creation is here for your choosinjr.
NOTE: There is no luxury tax on silks or dress fabrics.
S'o Luxury Tor.
No Luxury Tax On
10000 yards of the most wanted nilka offered at a Rubntantial reduction during this sal
rn-intr.fi r.eorpettes in the most exclusive and jroreeous designs. Trinted foulan
fnr anmnifr ilre"ses. 1'Tain rrene de chine. Georgettes taffetas and satins. Tricolettes an
other knitted fabrics. '
wnue ana pinK
1500 yards of 40-inch crepe de chine. A
good heavy quality in all the desirable light
and dark colors. Plenty of white and pink
for ) M.y
Yard j Price
inri vrH 40-inrh Georeette crepes firmly
woven twisted crepe all the wanted shades
for blouses dresses
40-inch printed Georgette
The most elaborate j May
display in the city. Wale
40-inch bordered foulard for separate skirts
a firmly woven white silk with borders
in raw and black. Also 40 inches wide col
ored satin stripe taf
feta for separate
i; aiso iigurea
all the wanteo: snacies
( with borders
Also 40 inches wide coi-
1750 yards of 36-inch figured foulardyand
figured radiums for dresses; also figured
silks for ) May
Yard I prfc
36-inch pure white Regalia all silk Shantung
skirting. Guaran-) May v CC
teed to wash. . U4e K I M
Yard )Price 4 I . J J
32-inch silk shirtings satin striped crepe de
chine La Jerz and ) M.y $2.50 and
iiiian at n rto Sana! t t- v WIIV
Gene. Yard j pn-
36-inch Jersey silk heavy quality.
trround with black stripe. DiaCK
Yard . . . .
Sfi and 83-lnch coloted Pongee all silk
rnloin are rose. iade. Pekin copen navy
Ifuht gray taupe) May rf 1 Q
wisUria black and Sale T I III
white. Yard ( Pric. ' v-
32-inch stripe tub) May
shirtings all silk.
Yard ( Price
Odd lot of colors of 40 and 36-inch crepe de
chine and Georgette May J 1 i Q
III Kinin vuiuso. lfl Tl I I W
V4V i y
40 and 86-inch figured foularda plenty
navy blue combina- May
86-inch plain tricolettes
colors $8.95 yard.
Plaid tricolettes colors
Striped tricolettes col-
ors $6.95 yard.
86-inch chiffon taffeta
in solid colors. Good as-
sortment of colors withd"'
plenty of navy blue; $1.87
86-inch Moire taffeta
navy black brown $2.50
40-inch Silk Trico
Jersey white and
black ; $3.95 yard.
40-inch white Bar-
ronette satin $3.19
Sfi.lnrVi Baronette satin and satin Mat-
lasse in colors ) Ma MA O C
only. Sale 1
js t '
meuse $2.67 yard.
86-lnch black chiffon
taffeta $1.63 yard.
36-inch black duchess
satin $1.63 yard.
36-inch black taffeta
36-inch black messaline
40-inch black ailk and
wool poplin $1.88 yard.
36-inch black silk
pongee $1.63 yard.
40-inch black crepe
de chine $1.58 yard.
Today Tomorrow and Wednesday
Special Sale of Colonial Ivory at 98c
Another "Looked-for Kerr Event" This annual sale of Ivory but of course first
choosing as usual offers the best advantage toward obtaining liberal quantities of the
very article desired.
Special purchase of
600 pieces choice
of 20 different articles.
Large hand mirrors hair brushes large trays manicure sets
puff boxes hair receivers jewel boxes photo frames buf-
fers manicure scissors easel mirrors perfume stands mili-
tary brushes and clothes brushes.
Ev.ry jilwa It ptrfact
II fl In enlnr and flnlih. Not I
J Ihat an artlrto In tha Mttra T
' VI II aaaortmant that la not 2
VV worth ronldrM more I
than lha lie at l prlca. I
98c P 98c h
I Jklso 20 Perctnt Discount on Our Entire Assortment of French Ivory Articles 1 ' i
I Plain or fancy patterns choice of a very complete assortment This special offering for three 1 ' I
days only. I )
KERR'S Truth Advertising No Comparative Prices KERR'S A
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Gaylord, E. K. Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 22, Ed. 1 Monday, May 5, 1919, newspaper, May 5, 1919; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc171114/m1/3/: accessed November 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.