Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 34, Ed. 1 Monday, May 19, 1919 Page: 4 of 14
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y OKLAHOMA CITY .TIMES MONDAY MAY 19 1019 N
MAY DE CREATED
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Proposed Bill Creates Depart-
f ment of Education
(I'nlvtrMl flr Hurt rorr.ipnnd.nt )
' ' WASHINGTON. Mr W-Crea.
lien of department of education
headed 'by a secretary of education
Who will he a member of the cabinet
In pro(rnci in a hill to be introduced
in both houses o( congress at the
opening of the extra session.
' Senator Borah of Malm chairman
rl the senate cummittre on education
ttill sponsor the measure in the upper
Ih.uk It while Representative Towner
of Jnwa ranking republican member
of the house will be its champion in
he lower branch.
Mr Towner stated tonight that vir-
tually all of the republican represen-
tative! arc in favor id the proposition
ltd the indications are thiit it will be
patted. The two most difficult nbsta-
lei to be overcome he laid are the
li mm I reluctance of member of c i-
Rrris to rreair a lictv department
which carries with it an enlargement
rf the cabinet and the reeognird
public demand for economy. The pro.
posed bill provides for ail appropria-
tion of $ID(l.Vmlt
Arrest May Solve
i Big Theft Mystery
1 1 CHICAGO. May 19. With the ar-
rest of Thomai Westover formerly
an inspector at a government explo-
tive plant In West Virginia federal
agents today Imped to solve the mys-
tery of the theft last January of $J5(I.
0(10 in Liberty bonds front the Studc-
haker corporation of South Ilend
KICE GROWERS WIN
COMPLAINT OVER RATES
WASHINGTON 'fay 10-Tlie
Southern Kice Growers' association
today won its complaint before the
interstate commerce commission
against the Texas & New Orleans
Kailroad company and other carriers
The commission beid (hat through
rates and charges on rice in carloads
from the Texas-Louisiana rice belt to
tonstttning markets based upon the
aggregates of the full local rates tn
ami out of the n.ilhng points were
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Don't borrow money or renew a
loan on Okalhoma City real estate
without coitMiltitiK Gum lirothers'
tompany. (A Iv.)
IS SOME BETTER
Rails and Oil Country Goods
NEW YORK May 19.-The steel
situation is reported to be improved
and there is said to be a fair demand
for sheets wire products and oil coun.
try Konl- Piil. wr 4fi0000 tons of
Ilcssemer and open-hearth rails are
to be opened by the railroad admin-
istration Saturday. France is re-
ported to have ordered 5000(10 tons
of raits in this mnlutt.
The pin iron situation is believed
to be greatly improved. The increase
in inmiirici for future shipment Is re-
garded here as the turning point in
April copper output figures of the
representative producing concerns
have been reported as amounting to
R7.027.7K4 pounds compared with 90-0-W..WK
pounds in March and with
USM)77 pounds in November 1918.
The market here continues active and
the tone is very strong at 1 cents
per pound for prompt shipment.
The lead market is quiet but firm.
Spelter is also firm.
There has been no change In tin.
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Do you want
If you are suffering from eczema or
some similar distressing embarrassing
skin eruWon why don't you get rid of
pt by uMf Resinol Ointment? Unless
the trouble is due to some serious inter-
nal disorder it quickly yields to Resi-
nol and in most cases is easily healed
by it. The first application usually stops
ucninganamaKes tne skin irei cooland
comfortable. We recommend it with the
utmost confidence because of its
harmless ingredients. Aided by
Resinol Soap it acts even more
umtf pimp let. Sold by ill druiiutttnd rlral-
trt ta toilft fnrrtt. Trial nl aath tri. LpV
The New Edison Re-
creates the Living Voice
Glenn Ellison's Tone-Test at El Reno
Again Proves It!
The flinging of this famous Scotch Bari-
tone on last Friday evening could not be
distinguished from the same music played
on the NEW EDISON " the phonograph
with a soul." Those who henrd this tone-
test now realize that they can hear in their
own homes whenever they wish the re-
creation of the voices of the long list of
distinguished artists who sing only for the
The Phonograph Shop serves you equally
well whether you live in Oklahoma City or
elsewhere. Much of our business comes
from out of town. We ship both instruments
and the newest re-creations to many people
whom we hive never seen. Thus the splen-
did facilities of our large establishment are
brought to their very doors.
If you cannot call in person write us. Our
organization is at your command.
NEW EDISON Phonographs range in
price from $41 to $4000.
Hours t 8t30 to 6:00 Saturday 8:30 to 9:00
CERTAIN PARTS OF
PARIS May lQ.-Owing In the
publication in German papers of cer-
tain parts of the text f the peace
treaty transmitted by the German
delegates it was decided to permit
the Frenrh press to do likewise and
it' was lemi-officially announced yes-
terday afternoon that a publication
would begin this month.
At late hour last night however
it was learned that President Wilson
interposed a vote on the protediire
x -hit h thereon was abandoned. It
is impossible to discover the reason
for this attitude in View of the f.ut
that the Germans know more of the
text of the treaty than the allied peo-
ples but it is astixned th.it President
Wilson was unwilling to face the
criticism of the Trench and perhaps
the American press when the exact
wording of certain clauses notably
that pertaining to reparations beco-nes
Sharp criticism of the Frenrh gov-
ernment by socialists and conserva-
tives alike is expected to result from
the decision not to publish the treaty
text as demanded formally by the
socialist group as well as the commit-
tee on foreign relations. '
Dissatisfaction Arises Over
Decisions of Pence
(Cnprwrlfht. I'll hr PuMIe Tilir-r To)
SHANGHAI. May R-Dissatislac-tion
with the decisions of the pe.ire
100.000000 PEOPLE HAVE
WAITED TWO YEARS TO SEE
ASK;FOR and CfcTl
Post lnfauitat and Invalid
OTHERS mn IMITATION
conference relative t Shantung is
widespread in I hina and following
demonstrations of protest tn the prin-
cipal cities an attempt is being made
to i)rg;iiu;e a bos rot of J.ipan I he
movement is reported spreading in
N'ankin Wuhsi l'ankow I'angrhow
Koorhow Change how and other cities.
The proposed boycott deals with
Japanese bank Holes goods and ship-
ping. Already Chinese papers refuse
to accept Japanese advertisements and
pure and sweet
Makes Appetizing Salad Dressings
Has the Native Olive Flavor
of hoieel horn you 11
always waul -once you try if
The flavor of this ham w ill win you. The
Morris Supreme aire gives it that delicious
taste. rhcrc arc many other Mot ris
Supreme foods you'll like; try them.
MORRIS & COMPANY
retail shops are already reluctant to
exhibit Japanese goods.
Fortune gives too much to
but to none enough. Martial.
Are you building a permanent every-
day buainens or depending on the
"drop-in" trade 7
Grocers who advertise build a steady
profitable patronage by keeping their
message of Sen-ice Quality and Fair
Prices before the housewife.
The Times is delivered into more
homes than any other newspaper.
Place your advertisement in the recog-
nized grocery medium The
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The Quinine and Iron does not dissolve in the synip
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Your system needs Quinine to Purify the Blood and
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GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC Is acceptable
to the most delicate stomach and does not cause
nervousness or ringing in the head. Price (2c. '
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Gaylord, E. K. Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 34, Ed. 1 Monday, May 19, 1919, newspaper, May 19, 1919; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc171127/m1/4/: accessed October 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.