Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 80, Ed. 1 Friday, July 11, 1919 Page: 2 of 22
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OKLAHOMA CITY TIMES. FRIDAY JUWT 11 1919
STARtS DIHVE Oil
State Commissioner Files
- Complaints Against Firms
A vlgoroui campaign for enforce-
ment oi the nine-hour law for women
and the law against the employment
ef children under working age ai
launched in Oklahoma City ttiii
' rooming by Claude Connally. state
commissioner of labor.
Complaint! were sworn to by Con-
nally" before Justice of the Teace J.
' T. Highley charging the Skirvin ho-
tel. Herol'd's confectionery and Tom
Fagis. proprietor of the St. Nicholas
confectionery with violating the nine-
hour law for women and the child
These complaints it was said by
Connally mark the opening oi an
aggressive campaign in Oklahoma
City and other parts of the state for
the rigid enforcement of the laws for
the protection of labor.
"The labor law of this atate ara go-
ing to bo anforrrcl to the Inter an Ion
I am commissioner of lahor" Mid
"Tha reennls nf this department
will show that theaa employers hav
brrti Rdvlicd more than onca of the
provisions of ths In w H affaftltia; the em-
ployment Of men women and children.
They hava hern treated with every
fair ennsluVrallnn. and tin reason Ihnt
they find thamsWvra In court toilay la
berausa of the tart that thry hara illa-
rKunlfl I ho etpreasrd wishes anil put-
Iry nf thin department which has al-
ways been hnllry with advice and
as !staii-e tn tnnse who wcra not fa-
miliar with thsi town.
"It la now and will continue to ha
the poliry of thla department during
thli administration to Invito tha eo-
' oprrsron and asslstanre of thos who
r affected by the lahor la of tha
atata In their administration (in the
. othar hand tlmt claaa of rmplnyere
' whnsa policy It la to disregard tha pro-
I visions of theaa lawa. nolle ta heretry
aerved that every fair and loaU'mM
mean at lha disposal of thla depsrt-
' fnant will ha tiaed to prnaeeula to tha
fullest eitent their vlolntlona."
. vmi frarce soon
(Contlnusd from Paps 1.)
considered likely that this voul1 be
v done before Mr. Wilson started on
i his tour of the country
f The president's itinerary for his
.' "sailing around the circuit" remained
uncompleted today. It was under-
stood that several itineraries had been
Accompanied by Mrs. Wilsun the
president spent more than an hoi.r
this futcnooti on the gulf links at a
country club near Washington. Re-
turning to the White llotrc at It
o'clock he vent immediately to his
study and attacked the truss of of-
1 ficial business which awaitej him.
The president has mapped mt a
( d.'fiuite program for dealing with the
matters before him and it vai saw!
this would be rigidly adhered to un
til be started on his speaking tour
f On the advice of his personal physi-
cian! Rear Admiral Grayson the
president will go to the golf links
' every dav for exercise.
Mr. Wilson was said to be !n ex-
cellent health but his physician
. deems it advisable that he spend as
much time as possible in the open in
: preparation for his vigorous speak-
HI 7ASIIIm3T09 to
(Conllnuad from Pag t.)
last night when the Oklahoma City
central trades and labor council
passed formal protest against Fain
and ordered the protest mailed to
Protests have likewise been wired
to President Wilson to Senator Ciore
(who nominated Tain) and to the en-
tire Oklahoma congressional delega-
tion. One of the things which organired
labor here holds against Fain is wha'
the unions term the "deportation" ol
E. E. Ball organiier of packing plant
employes early in the war. Ball de-
clared that he was handled shamefully
by the Oklahoma City police and th
unions declared at the time that his
Mr and Mrs. W. II. Mn Oklahoma
Mr. and Mn. Henry Clay Oklahoma
Mr. and Mra. fl T. Rohartann HOT
Llnwood boulevard alrl.
Mr. and Mra. Franklin .T.
H'ast ChoMaw avenue glry
Ida t. Ttekreil addition
Klahth etrwt. I.uo.
M. ft (Vlaman. rapalrsv.
TJran4 avanua. 14.
O. F. Flatter aleentna I
Mot l til
411 - Waat
10 i Waat
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Went HWteenth St real. MHO
fUrlaiid Morten sraratra.
lia avenna SJOfl.
' C. Htvfcflll dwelling lit! Cuelld av
a. is KM.
f! Hathfin. dwelling Kaat
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j'4M irmui m.
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FvMrmi s-tvlrai for Mra. Mathaw
Eaaait mt Kdmond will h held tomnr
sajsjr BMrvHitff t tf ft'eloeH In tha Cath.
W ekureh at Wmnnd. Tha Mar.
' atftt naMida win offtdftt. Burial will
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English Maids Adopt Tattooed Designs
In Place of Old Style Beauty Patches
English Beauty Who Use the R-34 as
The latest fad which emanates
Lon'oti" is (lie tattooing of the intignia
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neck is especially attractive and one
wearing the insignia there.
arrest had been ordered by the office
of the l.'nited States district attorney.
Campaign riot Opened.
There was some suggestion at the
tine of Hall's arrest that a campaign
be launched against Fain but nothing
ever grew out of it.
When seventeen s'trikinp telegraph
operators including two women were
arrested here on ordrs of Fain about
ten days ago however the unions de-
cided to open the fight on the district
attorney in earnest. Fenton's visit to
Washington is the result.
Mr. Fain will say nothing with re-
spect to the fijjlit against him. He
declared when the strikers were ar-
rested that he had warned them re-
peatedly that the course they were
pursuing would get them into trouble;
that he had given them chance alter
chance toy escape arrest and that he
ordered the arrest only when he was
told to do so by A. Mitchell Palmer
L'nited Slates attorney general and
F'ain's superior officer.
DIRI3I3LE MAY DE
NEAR AZORES SAYS
ST. JOHNS REPORT
(Continued from Psoa 1.)
should have covered more thn 2000
miles of her journey. Allowing for
her flight fnm Mineola to New York
and return before the actual start and
for other deviations from the mapped
course it is believed she will fly more
than 5100 miles before reaching Lon-
don. (Bv Tha Associated Treaa )
ST. JOHNS N. F July ll.-The
naval wireless station here reported
speaking to the R-34 at 5 .08 a. m
today. It failed to get her exact po
sition hut indications were that the
dirigible was near the Azores.
Steamer Sights R-34.
NEW YORK July ll.-The British
transport Saxonia arriving here to
dav. reported passing the K-34 at sea
yesterday afternoon making about
seventy miles an houf.
"She passed us about 500 feet over-
head" said Captain Fl. S. Higgle.
More Than Half
Way on Journey
LONDON. July ll.-The giant
British dirigible K-34 has completed
more than half of Her 2900-mile jour-
ney to London from the coast of Long
island messages received by the air
ministry indicated this forenoon.
Commander Scott wirelesscl at 4
o'clock this ..morning Greenwich time
(midnight New lork lime) that the
dirigible had reached 43 40 north 4rj
west. This position is alinut 1.300
land miles east of the southeastern
coast of Maine and showed that the
Kodak Prints 3c
rwt alt siaas to IHslHi Prist. lmH
it: Pnatrsra slsrs la Hall films
lnpt too. film Packs. Its. A a
Tim r itn . romrAWT
IN M. BfrRlnltf Oklahoma Ofchi
Quick Sura aad Safe Hai Rsliavad
Haadrsds-At All Druijlsts TbtM
"T as' Treatment. l:.00.
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Her Twentieth Century Beauty Patch.
not from Paris but from "dear oi'
of the airplane or dirigible in which
is very daring one might consent to
R-34 bad traveled more than fifteen
hundred miles at that time.
The K-34 gradually swung north
ward during the night following the
Sweep of the southern steamer lane
as. she approached the Irish coat.
Major Scott wirelessed that she was
making about forty-five knots.
Unless she experiences unexpected
difficulties it appears certain that the
K-34 will arrive here early Saturday.
The dirigible reported that she now
is in direct communication with wire
less stations at Clifden Ireland and
At I o'clock this afternoon the air
ministry had received no further word
from the KA54 and were somewhat
concern! over her failure to report
her position. The weather reports
showed a slight depression over the
Atlantic area through which the dir-
igible was proceeding this morning
and it is possible she may have been
caught in a storm. Officials are sat-
isfied however that she will arrive
here between noon and 4 o'clock Sat-
The air ministry wirelessed to the
R-34 this morning that destroyers
were being held in readiness at Here
Haven Ireland to go to her assist-
ance in case of need. The dirigible
was also informed that the air min-
istry has provided accommodations
and landing parties for the airship at
I'ermor Ireland near Cork Kings-
north East Fortune Scotland and
I'aulham a suburb of London.
WASHINGTON July It. -The
R-34 was estimated to lie more than
half way across the Atlantic at 9 a.
m today although official advices re-
garding the dirigible's position were
lacking. At 4 a. m. Greenwich mean
time (midnight New York) when'the
last message was received the R-34
was 1260 mites east of here and
speeding at 45 knots. If this progress
were maintained it was calculated the
airship at 9 a. m would be approxi-
mately lfY5 miles east of New York.
The House of Low
Ths man who dsmanda aaalltr a nil
porlif In ths rus ha buys will a
arsaisst aatisraciloa In burlnt hvva.
Wf prlds oursslvta on tha varlttf and
ijp-to.datsntsa of our stork and ta-
ptrlslly on ths qualltr of avtryltitnr
wa atll. Ton always mart for ynar
monty btrausa you alwaya fit tha
rkaaaa Wataat tail Walatrl aa.
li a a. a ti.si
II f H'd Rons Marrow ilia
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II t Vfattrbary Camp. ta
Spstcial for Today and
I nattlas aa. Milk Maawata ....5aa
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mitTO!K or Womaa'a Rallaf. Is
ittniuttlr ausrsatstd to att parfket
atltfartlon In all ftmala wtakntaaaa.
neoanoaa sad rnn-itown oondiuoaa.
Ulvs II a trial and bt ronvlneaa.
Hflni as yoar
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Wa oat aaty tht
pvrast aaa atwt
of drill and
The Model Drug and
i:i wt'T .him.
CITY TO DE SUED
FOR LIGHT BILL
Gas and Electric Co. to Ask
$22922 From Municipality
The citv will be defendant within
the next few days in a suit for $22.-
422. instituted by the Oklahoma Gas
Jl Electric company it developed this
morning at a meeting of the city com-
missioners. The above amount it is
claimed is due the company for light
gas and power supplied since March.
The appropriation in the last fiscal
budget was exhausted in March and
the Gas & Electric company has been
giving service without pay.
The delicit in the street looting
department alone is $125'X) and the
department of public property owes
about $3.lK) of the entire deiit. To
meet the judgment the commissioners
will askhe cotinlv oliiciats to in-
crease the judgment fond provided in
the proposed budget for this year to
where the $22922 ran be paid. They
will also probably he aked to in-
crease the street lighting appropria-
tion from $.HUX to $4(1.1100 to vo:d
a repetition next year of the present
WINNER OF MEDALS
FOR SHOOTING HOME
Capt. J. W. Sorrels of Shamrock
arrived in New York Ci'v Saturday
and was in Washington yesterday
where he called on Congressman Mc-
Keown returning to thi st it today.
Captain Sorrels was overseas eight-
een months Vith the Kightv-eiglith
division and was winner in the A. K.
I" rifle and pistol contests recently
held in I eM.ins France t.tkinj; a
gold medal in t ! lifle cont.'st and a
stiver o' in '.e pisti'i shoot.
NEGROES III TEXAS
FIRE ON WHITE MEN;
TROOPS GALLED OUT
(Continued from Pags 1.)
tints are Ed Nelson 30 years old ; Al-
bert t arry 25. and Louis Baer 24.
All were wounded in the first fuul-
lade. AUSTIN Texas July tt.-One
negro was killed and several white
men were wounded in a clash between
whites and negroes at Longview.
Texas early today according to mes-
sages received by Gov. W. 1'
Hobby which asked th.it Texas rang-
ers be sent to quell the disorder that
More than a hndred shots were
fired dring the fight the message to
the governor said and it was reporte j
iJ'.Mtii"' -stuty- y
z Oklahoma City
BEGINNING MONDAY JULY 14TH
$50000 High Grade Stock of Fine Furs at
Special Summer Prices
SEE SUNDAY'S OKLAHOMAN
Store Hours During the Mdnths July and August
Monday to Friday Inclusive
Open 8:S0 a. m. Close 6 p. m.
Satu rday Open 8 :S0r ft. m.t Close lp.m.
Little Office Aids are Big
Looae-leaf Outfit Check Writers Pencil Sharpener
Modem Filing Syatann Adding Machine
and nan other "aids" that help maka oflee work
easier and almplcr
rfce asrtara kaaw samra aa Art MVM gtaal Hv
. taaj Ulta rUa. I eeala aa Saart lhaa) srsotl bat aa-
' in. .aad. II aiUI aol aus stVb as bar.
lt as bell na aar abaail An MaUl glaal OaVa
riral!a j5 CbVaUat aaaw aids Ual wUI a-l.ra
" WESTERN BANK 8UPPLY CO.
Ohlakoma City Walirat W Tolsa
P. g. fvi tor tha slT Catatat.
the white residents were burning the
negro houses. The governor is con-
sidering dispatch of a company of na-
tional guardsmen to the scene as
only four rangers are immediately
The mayor of Longview the county
judge and the sheriff joined in asking
for rangers but when they were told
only four were available they replied
that a greater number would be
needed to compose the situation.
To Longview .
NACOGODOCHES Texas July
11. Twenty-five men of Troop I
Seventh cavalry Texas national
guard were ordered to Longview to-
day by GovernorW. P. Hobby' lor
duty in connection with t lit- trouble
there between white men m l negroes.
When Baby is Tsetbing
GROVE'S HABY BOWEL MEDI-
CINE will correct t! Stomach and
Bowel troubles l'erfectty harmless
See directions cm the bottle. Trice
ARRIVE IN TWO WEEKS
PARIS. Julv II -(llavas-The
delegation of the Bulgarian govern-
ment which has been invited to name
plenipotentiaries to come to the peace
conference will arrive in Paris July
25. the newspapers announce. The
delegation will be quartered at F.ng-hien-lcs
Bains north of Paris.
PARIS July 11. On motion of
Secretary of StaTe Lansing of the
American delegation the commission
framing the Bulgarian treaty was to-
day directed to hand in the complete;!
terms to the council of five not later
t!nn lulv 25.
V f iA Sum Relief
MR. MERCHANT- .
If yau want to bur shoes for ttn-
llvsry any time up to October 1. ni"t
mn I.fp-Hucklna Hotel Oklahoma
City. Hundsv or Monday July I nt
14; wa gimrsntea dellveri- wlthti
ramonnlila I'm tor ciin.tr.il full son-
son and fir iinnirrtlata shipment I
will sava yi-ii Or. tn ft 00 t'llr on
ymir shots If you will (Ivs ma your
nrilir now; mn's. boys' nmena
ml'srs' anil children a slims; with
A. W Tedtastla A Co. Coston Maaa.
W. C. COP.NI8H
- At l.re llucklna Hotel
(Heat Hotel In Unlx-il States)
Oklahoma. City. Ok la.
Furs With Us
FOLK CN KEXIC0
(Contlnutd from aga 1.)
retary Daniels for half an hour Mr.
Wilson returned to the White House
TARIS July ll.-l)ispatchts from
Washington printed in Paris this
morning indicating that the United
. 1 i. - -' - ' I
Diamonds can mo longer be considered aa luxuries.
Everybody can own diamonds! You too can wear a
sparkling diamond ring and scarcely know you are paying
for it on Rosenfield's easy payment plan. All that in
necessary is to pay a dollar down then wear the ring while
you deposit a few cents each week out of your pay. Stones
worth up to $800 sold on credit. See us today.
For men or women : Beautiful bracelet watches. Finest
cases most dependable makes. Elgins Gruens Walthams
Howards and others. Hurry down today and make selection !
116 West Main St
IN SPRING WEIGHTS
We just received some very hand-
some spring weight suits made in
the new FALL MODELS. Beau-
tiful gabardine and irridescenk
suits silk lined with or without
the BELT in waist-seam models.
Some very handsome blue green
and brown flannels in waist-seam
models; half lined; suitable for
now and early fall wear.
$30 and $35
Palm' Beaches $12.50 and $15.00
Silk Mohair $17.50 and $20.00
Copl Cloths $10.00 to $20.00
Panama and -Leghorn
Genuine Leghorn HaU $3.50
Genuine Panama Hats $3.85
Sate $1.00 or More if You Bur
States government was ainut to in-
terest itielf more actively in the stab-
ilisation of conditions '.n Mexro at-
tracted much interest on all sides in
peace conference quarters.
Officially little was said for publi-
cation but the srntiniitit among the
representatives of European nations
was apparently one .if rnti f ij.it.o-i
that the prospects seemed better f-r
improvement in the Mexican situation
temporarily thrust in t'ie Imckgrmitvl
by the war and"Nie peace netjotia-
lions but not wholly lost night cf in
You Can Afford to
Wear a Diamond
to support her and she received th
Covernment allowance. Stanley -araH
Tha Strong Withstand tha Heat at
Summer Better Than tha Waak1
Old people v.bo are feeble an
younger people who are weak will M
stienKthrucd and enabled to i g
through the depressing heat of tunv
mer by Ukimr (il()VF.S TASTE'
l-F.SS chill 'IONIC. It purifies -n
enriches Ute tiioocl anil nailds up tni
whole system. You can soon feel itl
StriftiKlhening Invigorating. Effect
$1 a week
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