Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 248, Ed. 1 Monday, January 14, 1918 Page: 3 of 14
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Formei Chambei Head Says
Wages Only Obstacle
Thrrr arr few logical reaeotll why
Cotton weaving mill should not I"
rsi.t !l i -.lird m Oklahoma City accord-
ing t Kd S aught former president
of the Chamber o( Commerce.' Mr
Vaughi ma e his statement in reiponu
to a suggestion o( ilie publicity depart
ment of tin- M K am! I Railway
Company that such an establishment
iIhmiIiI tic located lute u possible
Mr Vaughi wan asked whether dm
lug his term as head ot the Chambei
of Commerce any investigations re
suited in thr discover) that cotton
mi!U here could lint compete with those
In nther plaies
1 lie one thing whuh at the present
might work slightl) to the disadvantage
of Oklahoma City. Mi Vaughi said
his investigations had shown is that
labor here is no) as (heap as that in
Cotton mill loss n. of the smith where
Women and chiMren are employed.
However he believes legislation fnr
i n i i 1 1 1 ni s''iiirii aii'i iiniorrii
in industry will sn be extended n
those states and then they will he in
I position parallel to that o( Oklahoma
1 1 .i. ... i i
V "ii r 'i r i Hill 1 I HI lir PUBIIDIC
Ine immediate barrier to erection f
cotton mill is course thr icarcitv
of machinery .mri buildtna materials
irir is . 1 1 . . rvi r i xn rr ific r
ir i m ft i t 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 nit n r r r
Raw material aboundi. Cotton is
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err ' i ii i vf ir it viii it'f .i . hnri
mi nrtuis im idw maicnai ami nn
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S f If IK II I 1 IS Until r .iiil I i .. it
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its may nr nrnrr T r !ins citv mvkr
That manufacturer! think cotton
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MIS 111 ' 'k l.l linllllt ' r 1 if 3( lli .1 hie is
I11UI l I i 1 I'V 1 i Ir If Vs 4 il ItllMliir'
I 1 it I I f T 1 1 II If f T r Ml t i III till III II. It Ii -1 .
umrriru mm a W CI VI fig mill as Soon
lll n 'Ml r ran ' . I . ..
I noW ri11)ltiV III riHs.iio: lis
. . . r i f uuvn uiuiiia
Hl-.WF is the twelfth ol the srrir
ol twenty awards t the V lc
tuna (nn in the British
limy which I he Tunes is prri.cnniig
daily Each Story condensed in a
(ew COhj line hy the British war
office ii a thrilling. marsclous nar
PR1VATK JOHN HAMILTON
Hlghlimttrt Light Inlantty.
Foi muit conipicioui biarary
and devotion to duty riming the
enemy'n attack on the line held
bv out bitgade. The stent
iliftirulty wan eipetlemed in
keeping the (tont nuppoit lines
supplied with small-aim ammu-
nition owing to the interne and
continuous belt of aitilleiy fire
placed systematically bv the
enemy between our vaiious lines
and battalion headquaiten.
At a lime when this ammuni-
tion supply had teached a seii-
ously low ebb Private Hamil-
ton on seveial OCCASlOM on his
own initiative canied handolieis
ol ammunition thiounh the ene
my'a belts of (ire to the ftont
and iiippoit line and then past-
ing along these lines in full view
of the enemy's snipeis and ma-
chine una Who weie King nut
in front of out line at close
unge- distributed the ammuni-
tion to the men.
hold goods Women can help Wll the
Lesions Aie Si mole
Sn t ion "C" "i the Decerned pamph-
let is even simpler than the other two
and used in the fifth and sixth k ' -i 1-
in the schools It tells of the evolution
of the intelligence Of man in its ir-
lations to inventions. It compares the
crude inventions of primitive man to
those of today. It desu dies the growth
and development of the uses of coal
iron steel and to what extent man re
lies nrt machinery today to do Ins work
These less ms are prepared and writ
ten by professors ol universities all
over the United States. They aie si
simply written that they convev to the
pupil profound knowledge on the most
important topics of the day in "st"ry
I k" form.
tate Chairman of fiamnalrn
v " 'r-r
Committee Will Come Here
G. W Panics of Muskogee state
iii nr nrre tomorrow to make arrange
til open his In adii.ittet at the I . it
UCkms note Mr ia i ni s li.i s ill 1 1 i e
iniro i n ii i'i inn . ...
. . . . M. ...
air i ni ii im-ii i u I it ill v as iiiuMo n
Thr itate meeting will he held at the
hamher of Comrnerct Thursday and
ridav On Friday there will be ioint
eetinR of the thrift stamp committee
nit thr si
he in convention here Friday and
A letter frmii national headquarters
i Washington was received here by
ames 1 . Kecihcn publicity manager
f thr campaign for this county stating
fiat the headquarters can now furnish
irift stamp primers and i in nlars print-
d in Jewish (Yiddish) Hungarian.
(than. Swedish dieek Sim ik and
Oklahoma City Pupils ftikt lo
Federal Study Course
Pupils in the gradr and high schools
fc Oklahoma its. are fairly "eating
ki" the new ( nurse of st inly of COmmUtl
v and aa.! i n.i I hti tecenth assigned
lein by thr federal bureau of educa-
on. L A VVhiteford snpriinteiulent
If Schools s.ns that thr ihildirn ai"
(ery enthustas'ii over their new work;
A pamphlet m the course is issued
the bureau of education to the chtl
rrn in the schools 1 lie course is di-
Sded into three (lasses. A II ;ind (
lass A has len assigned the high
hool students and the Decembei Pffl
l let deals principally with slmrt les
ns on modern warfare and its rela-
on to communities It tells of the
feed for the co-operation ol special
Its in war time so thai war will he i
Irrfect organization with each division
(operating one with the other
Why Price Goes Up.
It tells of the necessity for economy
hv prices have gone up showing thai
oplr wlv formerly produced certain
lings havr had to discontinue thr pro
bction and concentrate their energies
I tune on produt mg material lot wat
also gives thr reasons foi every m-
' 1 I I I . L.
ivnlliai neing oipenneni up "ii ins
Section "It" for December taught In
ic seventh and eighth grades II i
mpler studs it sketches the growth
f industries and tells how invention!
r Increased the output of all kinds
f indutti's ( that today the things
e conildei necessities weie considered
ixliries h (hi people of eailier d.n
ind di cribi the telephone
it Wkgrai ' iblt ind the a ireless
!etapb rh( I i I " iii this
smotisei i1 devoted to the work ol
inftl Including COOking Cartel the
weilinit. Raiment making factory em-
loymeni for women and how bj eon
ruing fiHis and all kinds of nOUIt'
Why Madge's Final Answer to William
ltTV7lll'' d-i ou w.mt me an'
f Pete i" come over Mis'
I couldn't help smiling quietly at the
assurance ol poor old William Trum-
bull Accompanied by Ins log. I'rtr.
who looked almost as disreputable as he
did he had followed me to the. border
of the little lakr at the rear of thr
home we had recently bought insistrd
that with Jim gone to thr war I needed
a man about thr pu e ami announced
that he and I'rtr his dog were rrady
to go (o work.
Hut the smile faded as I looked at thr
face of thr dwarf likr man turned up
to mine There was anvietv in the f.ne
almost a look of fear in the near-
sighted eves and ! recalled what I had
once heard of William Trumbull tlsat
while hr was honest and faithful yet
hr was so slow and forgetful HO one
would employ him long.
He lived from hand to mouth In first
one drsrrtrd shack or bain and then
another in the rambling old village and
1 knew that the prospect of a i il home
for himself and his beloved dog was
like a glimpse of heaven to him
"Rut where COUld vmi slrrp. Wil
Ham?" I asked puzzled by this prob-
lem which indeed was the only thing
in the way of thr Old chap's proposition
"Right upstairs thrrr in thr barn" he
"Oh. surely William there's no place
there fit for any our to sleep."
"You come and see Mis' Gt amir"
Willia murged "It's an awful nice
Filled with curiosity to srr this room
DRIVE MY MM
Rub Musterole on Forehead
A headache remedy without the dan-
gers of "headache medicine." Relieve
headache and that miserable feeling from
colds or congestion. And it acta at once I
Musterolo is a clean white ointment
made with oil of mustard. Otter than a
mustard plaster and doea not blister.
Used only externally and In no way can
it affect stomach and heart 89 tome in
teinal medicinea do.
'ixcrllent tor soro throat oronrhitis
croup stiff neck aathma neuralgia con-
gestion pleurisy rheumatism lumbago
all pains and achesi M thr hai k or joints
sprains sore muscles hruiw-H chilblains
floated feet colds of the chest (it of tea
30c and 60c jars hospital size $2 !
whuh appealed s swath la William. 1
f Mowed the old I hap to the barn and
looked in astonishment about the loom
ie called an "awful nice place." It was
a laige. kWceilinged attn almve the
(Jinage riKiin. with raiteis beaw with
hwelis room that would b' hot
in slimmer ami .old in winter and
which. o mv ryes couldn't possibl) he
used by a human bring
Why Madje Derides.
"Why William you (mild nevei live
in this'" 1 said "It isn't fit for any
one to live in "
"You might t see thr place I'm
StayhV now" the old fellow ai sun-
ply nh a quick flash of memorj my
mind went baik to ihe apartment in
which Diclty and I had none to n
in liaise and the tiny room nothing
more than a latr closel in which
Katir had taken such delight inn
it was snih a "nice huge room to hrr-
self" after her experience in sleeping
with two or three of hei cousin's chil-
dren Evidently I bad much t" learn about
the standards of living ol William
Trumbull and his kind With a quirk
flash of pity I resolved to give t' e Id
i hap the I u of a home which he
craved so ardently provided I could win
Dicky's consent to thr project My de-
( ision wasn't altogether lltruStiCi I
knew that I would feel much -ifrr in
tins picturesque but decidedly lonely
home if honest t.nthfitl William hum
l ull with hi stremendours strength and
Ins fighting bull terriet lived in the
"I'll speak to Mi Graham William"
I said finally "and it he's willing m
ran come and tn the place foi awhile
an) w av "
"Might just as well move in right
now. Mis' Gramie" William said with
what he evidently imagined was an in
gratiating smile but which would have
struck terror to thr heart of any one
who didn't know t lie real worth he
Death the olil chap's twisted fai lal inns
cles. "Mr. Gramie he do whatever you
like you know "
"Nevertheless I will speak' to him
about the nutter first William." I il-
lumed "Come tomorrow and I will
let you know what hr sas"
A Tetrified Srrearn.
"All right" The oold chap moved
away dejectedly his dog at his heels He
CITY TTMFk MONDAY. JANUARY 14. 191.
had evidently set his heart ill his sun
pie childlike fashion upon "mining
in" at once Hut I COuM imagine
Dicky's (acr it he should hud William
Trumbull snugl) ensconced in thr ham
as man of all work without tirst he.ti
tug of the project As it was it would
teiiirr lairiul diplomacy 00 mv pari
10 get bun to loiisent to William's ("in
ing for lnk's beauty loving sou! held
an aversion foi anything ugly ami l
had seen him tut 11 hi seyes abruptly
away from William's poor distorted
face when tin old i hap bail hern talk
ing to him
With a little feelmg of dismay I
realized suddenly that their weie 0th
eis than I inky to consider in the ques-
tion ol William's rnlrring oiii employ
Dicky's mothet had always esprrssed a
strong prejudice against thr old (hap
but hrt aversion to him was as noth
mg to that of Cousin Agatha I might
be able to win mv mother in law's con
srnt t the proposition but I could
foresee an endless (ham of fault-finding
and s vrihal pin pinks from the
woman whom s thoroughly disliked.
Mother Graham's words Hashed into
my mind "Too had. somebody
couldn't brelk a limb somewhere
among Agatha's relatives I hat's hei
one siiong point She's a trackerjack
niiise"' I mental!) echoed the wish
and a moment later was conscious
stin ki n at my own evil thought ai I
generally am when I allow niwif to
give w iv o petty emotions
Katie's high-pitched voice scrcamm
ing my name startled nunc There was
a ii 'te ol trrior in the sound thafctnuile
mr run as fast ;4s I could foi thr
( t !opj t ight )
Hardware Meet at
Kansas City Today
KANSAS CITY Ian It hive
thousand members and visitors air rx-
pecied to attend the Wth annual con
vention of the Western Retail Imple-
ment Vehicle and Hardware association
from Missouri Kansas and Oklahoma
whih opens line tomorrow Increased
food production and war conditions gen
erally are to he taken up
ONE CENT SALE
is now on- -Monday Tueiday ami Wednesday
Uth. 16th and lfith. Do not misH it.
Over 100 Items of Good
Live Merchandise on Sale
You can buy any one of them at the regular price arid
then u second one of the samp kind for
ONK CENT MORE
Drtlgf Toilet Articles
CiKars Coffee Tea Cocoa
Hot Water Bottles Fountain Syringes. Etc.
See Our Display of Merchandise.
Westfall Druj? Co.
206 Weat Main St. Oklahoma City
Our Specialized Department of
and Office Chairs and Tables
Mnti the requirements of anv modsrn
In the points of quality construction and
price are baiked by the siroiiKes' tn-
dorsements The enure ime is represents
nlr and seleition is simplilied by rrasun
ol thr wide assortment
STEEL SAFES AND FILING
Are Also Mere in Variety.
Also Cuspidors Wastebaskeu Costumeri
in oak andmahocanji
D A FURNITURE
D00 and CARPE1 VU.
For Itching Tor tun
Thrrr is one remedy that seldom falla
to atop itching torture and relieve akin
irritation and that makes thr- akin soft
clear and healthy.
Any ilniRoiat can aupply you with
rrmo whli h gfifrally crveri(imea all
skin disratr;. A( ne ecienia Itch pim-
ples rashes blackheads in most caisr
jdve way to tenio. l-'rergurntly minor
I Irmisbra disp-ar ovriniht. Itching
usually atops ItiHtantlv Zrmo is a aafr.
antiseptic liquid (Iran eaav to use ana
dcieiidatilr. It coats only :C an exti
huge bottle. $1 (XI. It will not stain is
not grrasy or atickv and Is poaiUwlv
I IOT teni-i sensuivr AUn-
0 . Tba E. W. Kom Coh Ucc1umL O
While this snow lasts!
Bearly Special Sleds
At thr Mik Yard of tlie
Minnetonka Lumber Co.
901 Weat Oand Ave.
The Facts Always
TO PURCHASE AI SAVINGS
A Gigantic Out sweeping of
Women's Winter Apparel
r base looked the Lots squarely in thr Ian air
full) awarasthal i month ot Iwo heme their will be no display
iM(e foi anything but Spring modfls We km.w perfectly well
that int'iest somi will he roniried on the new ami it IS neirs-
sary that all wintrr mats suiN and dresses he disposed ol
NOW Kadical reductions will accomplish out purpose and
here thc air
Models not .nils suited to Immediatl need. hut many of
whuh may be worn lor early Spring Some coursi ire Inx-
uriously trimmed in furs. Dashing styles for young women
plainly tailored for the woman who pirtrts thr more Cnnserva
live ste- Splendid fabrics ; splendid tailored lliiee gieat
groups tomorrow reduced to H9 7.1 U4.7.S and I.1973.
Choice 'of Any Winter Coat
$19.75 $24.75 $34.75
Prices havr hrni radically rrdurrd for immediate clearance Prool ol It
I v-rv woman's coal In our rlitnr slruk is Included at one ol hei lluee piicrs
Rich V.lo.its Pnmpnn Hioadrlothi Bolivia Cloth and f'liuh Coats All tf Included In this sale
I lainly tailored Some; others smartly trimmed in luxurious warm futs Melted models in all of tba
main effects in vogue dm urgent advice is "choose" tomorrow
Three Unusual Dress Values
$9.75 $12.75 $24.75
Practical good looking ami fashionable to put on and wear during the remainder ol the season and
Unite a selection Ir mi which to (boose Tuesday morning embracing models for youni women and
women who prefer ihe moir conservative1 modes included rr -
Satin Dresses Crepe de Chinti and Smartly Talloird Serge Dieaici foi afternoon ni slmet wear.
Ihr ir brie in the wanted shades in. hiding plenty of navy blue frocks Ttsmendomly undrrpilred at
H.73. 112.78 and IM.7S. F(()0r
1-3 Less y
Combination! of crepe dr china
ami lace as well ai mrssalini-
silks Ih beautiful lloral elirits.
J r 1 1 h 1st ful COloringl and designs
at your choice One-Third less
than regular prices.
In the Children's Shop
Children's Dresses: 3 to 6 Years
I Half-Price Tomorrow
Pretty ginghami ami plain per ales Also a few hand embroidered
linen : pi. and voile dressrs in purr while I .o h "ii Ille at halt price.
Nurses : $2.50
Regulation uniforms ol
all white in ruber side
opening models with short
slrrvrs or Irotll oprning
tnfSilr Is. with long slrrvrs
CHILDREN'S COATS: GreallyReduced
White Corduroy Coats in sites White Chinchilla touts for
from .1 lo i years air now re small children in nral tailored
dined to ajgj ani) aj.gj styles are reduced to 1601
Infanta' White Merino
Excellent quality; splendid for
cold weather. Special lot JJc.
Children'a Knit Cap Seta
$1 25 Up
Angora and knit cap and scat!
sits have been gteatly reduced.
Exquisite Japanese embroidered
silks and silk crept dr chine ki-
monos aie specially priced for
Monday's sale Some are lat 0
trimmed ( hoicc ol lose tut
quoist and pink. Extremely fmr
valuci t"t 15.00.
Odd Lot Silk
Kimonos $ I
n o'ld assortmrnt of nicely
made siik kimon.ts w ill be cleared
away Monday at this extremely
low price i hoit e t qs
The Sale of
Military Styles the Vogue
Fashion hollows the Flag
The corsel rntiHt xw a trim figure line.
Tho graceful fiKuro line it more neceaitry Hum
Roberta Lacedin-Front deiigning givea i Blender
appearance by eliminating ihe broad effect acroai
the lower iiui-k.
It hIho givet the niundpti warnf line hihI h iiuttirHl
curve In front above the waiHt.
You who are wearing a Lare-hi-Fronl will find a
Roberta Ihe mt perfect you have ever worn.
To those who have not yet chatiKetl to the Lace-in
Front we urge you to have a trial fitting in a
Roberta tlestiKniiiK maken poHMible a corset for
very type of figure lall or short mIouI or Blender.
The Shield under lacern is .self-ad justing always
in place and prevents the flesh from protruding.
Models nt $3.50 $5.00 $6.50 $8.00 and $10.00.
KERR DRY GOODS COMPANY
ltm ni Harvey
Oklahoma City Okla.
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