Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 111, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 9, 1918 Page: 3 of 8
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CIIIOKASITA D A I Ij 7 EXI'KKSS C II I C K A S II A O K h i II C. M A
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FLEES GERMAN PRISON
SWIMS RHINE LIVES
t!y United rres I Germans piled them into a train at
Paris. April 10. (By mail.) Escap- Ostend where their father was a
fd from a German pi loon camp at. hosteller. Tho train crossed Bolgium
night shot at as he left tho tump ! and Germany and took them to a pris-
with a friend making his way. at mid- on camp at Darmstadt just up the
night to tho banks of the Hhine.div- river and on tho German side from
iug in flouting for an hour before lie j So.hafl'house. There they worked fit
reached the Swiss shore at Sohaff-i hard labor for three years. Dog meat
house Maurice Muller came to tha occasionally and potatoes always
was the daily fare. For months
they had no bread. But the pota-
toes they say were better the last
American Hed Cross for aid recently.
A friend Emile Dol.-oches was with
li in i when he slipped out from the
prison camp and Into the Rhine 'but year than the first.
Kmile started singing the Murseil-'l Georges under ago and under
laise in sheer defiance as he struck j weight and under normal physically
out for tho left bank of the Rhine;) was rent back by the Germans last
and a Gorman patrol fired in the di- October. Neither he nor his brother
ruction of tho song that was the last Uvo heard from their parents Mnee
Maurico saw or heard of Emile.
The current is strong above Schal'f-
house"; Maurice was tossed and whirl-
ed for an hour before he could reach
the Swiss shore. There he was found
by Swiss officers who examined him
. thoroughly to make sure that hu was
not a German deserter then sent him
on to the French border at Evian.
At Evian he learned that his fifteen
year old brother Georges who had
left the prison camp a month before
bis escape had been repatriated into
Franco and was working in a muni-
tions factory in Dijon. Another
brother Jean who made a tour of
America before the war as a boxer
Is now a prisoner in Westphalia Ger-
many. Maurice is eighteen now; ho was
only fifteen and Georges was only
tho day in November .191 1 when
Standing of the Teprns. I
New York .. 11 8
Cleveland I. .10 S
Chicago 8 7
Washington ". 1) 9
St. Louis s !
Detroit 6 S
Philadelphia 7 K
' ' f - ' 7 l1&i.J'l ....
T.-ado Mtrli Ro. O. S. Pit. Off
they saw their grandmother led off
between eGrman bayoijets for they
ki.ew not what cause and wero later
led c f themselves.
Maurice was sick after his long
swim and ho is still weak in the
chest. For a mouth ho was in the
hospital ut Mouturgis in the Loirct.
a hundred miles south of Paris; re-
cently ho came to Paris where his
brother joined him.
Last night they spent in comfort- j
able beds found for them by the!
American Red Cross they had a
first class meal for tho first timo in
lvnnths. !iml tlinv fcnmlcnrl Aniricnn
Chicago !) Cleveland i.
St. Louis S Detroit 1.
Philadelphia 5 'New York L'
Washington 1") Boston 1.
New York at Philadelphia.
Boston at Washington.
No others scheduled.
Standing of the Teams.
next time yen feel cist .of tirac a3ikfl'fl
ps 'just walk to any place where aldplis
aresoM and say "A cold bottle of EXELSO
please''"' Then watch eld "Ambish" Imh np(
and take charge. EXELSO is different' irom
tho rest and will give you a new J.ip
It is made by "HAMM OF SI
and represents ' over 50 years of
the "knowing how'9 to liei all il?.e eootl ou
oil vettes. A Red Cross representa-
tive is helping them find work and
pcrinanent quarters. Some time
when tjio war is over they hope for New Vork
twelve in November 3914 when the I news from their father and mother (-bicngo
St. Louis 8
Boston . 5
'BUDDY" SEES MANY BEAUTIFUL
PLACES IN FRANCE BUT THE
T. S. WILL LOOK GOOD TO HIM
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of American cereals asd tos?.i Imps
ST. PAUL MINN.
Creek & McRd.o Distributors
A letter has just been received
from "Buddy" Rasberry of this city.
Me has been m France for several
months and is apparently enji'yip'i
Hfo "over there." The letter follows:.
la i' ranre Ao.i' 13:8
"Dear folks rtt home:
"This is a rainy Saturday night so
I thought it would be a good time
for me to write you a long letter
that is I am starting with that in-
tention but I am liable to run short
of news and have to cut it short.
This leaves John and myself exceed-
ingly well and feeling fine in fact I
don't know that either of us have
felt differently since we have been
over here with the exception of a
e sh or two of grip.
"it is lonesome around here to-
night usually wo have a ball game
or something after supper but it is
too rainy tonight for anyone to bo
"A sad thing happened in our
squadron a few days ago. You see
or original squadron was divided up
some time ago and our moss sergeant
was sent with the third flight. They
.ire located a long ways from us but
ciiieoi.G had a letter from them a
few days ago tolling us that he ha I
b";n murdered. lie was a good fol-
low a ul Iho news of the tragedy was
a shock to all of us.
"Wol' fcno year ago today Wood-
row Wison saw fit to enter this war.
Things surroundings and oircum-
stniloes will surely change in a year
and I hope by tho timo another year
has passed we will all bo back in
the good old IT. S. A.
"France Is a great place the peo-
ple are quite polite and nice to us.
in fact they would go out of their
way to accommodate an American.
You never see any fences or houses
except stone ones. I have seen just
lots of old cathedrals and churches
that are three or four hundred years
old. and old chateaus or palaces that
date back as far as Louis XIV. The
architecture of .those buildings is
something wonderful. The majority
of them are just as pretty on the in-
side as they were the day they were
"Do you remember the Carrs that
sister used to speak of that lived at
Tipton? Well Mrs. Carr's nephew
is a sergeant here at this camp. He
received a box today that was sent
1 la-'l November so Join) and 1 may
j Ret the Christmas box Vet. We re-
ceived the one a few days ago with
! the toilet articles in and we surely
I did appreciate it. Soap is considered
j uitc a blessing over here in fact
j all the things you sent were just
what wo were greatly in need of.
"When I returned to camp Thurs-
day after a two weeks stay away I
was very gladly surprised to hear
that John had been made a sergeant.
He informed mo that I wasn't his
euperior any more and he didn't pro-
pose to fake any more orders from
me just because I wore throe stripes.
I use to tell the men that John was
big enough to lake care of himself
and that my stripes would take rre
"1 suppose I huif better close.
Mother I know you are as busy as
you always were but try to write
oftenor as wo look forward to your i
"With love j
Boston 4 Brooklyn 'j.
Chicago S Pittsburg I.
New York 3 Philadelphia
St. Louis u Cincinnati 0.
Brooklyn at Boston.
Philadelphia at New York.
Cincinnati at St. Louis.
Chicago at Pittsburg.
TEXAS LEAGUE '
Results Yesterday. '
At Dallas 1. Waco 0. i
At San Antonio 1 Houston 0. !
At Fort Worth 1 Shreveport 1; :
(Twenty innings; called account of
darkness. j !
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At Sunday School.
"Give nn account of Balaam" -said
the teacher. "Balaam was a prophet
who lived n long way off" replied the
student. "After a while he went out
for a ride on his donkey and he got
very angry with the donkey and hit
him and a voice from heaven said
'Tou must not hit the donkey; It is
holy ground.' "
Jercnlem chamber Is the historic
Rrtae of an apartment in Westminster
t'abey which once was n domed with
tapestries or pictures of the history of
ifimisalera. March 'JO 1413 while prny-
tor In Westminister abbey Henry IT
Hes seized with n fainting lit nnd was
curried to the JcrHsnlem chamber
ftre he died.
To Remove Smoke Stains.
This surest ion will be beneficial to
housewives who have not the conven-
ience of eIcoriclly or tho modern gas
fixtures. Frequently Ihe coning
above' an old-fashioned gas Jet he-
roines discolored from smoke nnd bent.
The discoloration may be removed If
a Inyer of starch nnd water is applied
with n piece of flannel. After the mix-
ture has dried It should be brushed
lightly with a brush. No stain or marfc
UNI. PARK SUNDAY
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I .'. L. DeLelle. I'"i-cd Bowers. "Cot.
Ion" Kierce liliner Woodruff f ' r r
j Woodruff Jake Kierce Bort. Clou-
I denning Lomiic Baker Jack ICIslon.
Chick Kohfrtson. Homer Woodrnr''.
Why don't we get dimples instead of
wrinkles? Louisville Courier-Journal.
The A. O. II. Vr. baseball team
will open their season here Sunday j
... 1 Endurance of Reindeers
alternoun at Lnn-crslty Park when Th(J . js n
thty hook up with the Pocasset team endure more fatlsue than any nhor
and from all accounts the locals have draft nnimnl except. tlu camel.
carved out considerable job for them- Tt bar; been known to jmll pounds
selves as this Pocasset bunch played 30 niik'3 uu h)UV f'r Ii'--tn .s.
-U games last season and turned in
li victories. i: ' '
Suits and eciuipmeiit for the team
were purchased by tho local A. O.
C. W. lodgo and they have together!
what promises to be the foundation
for a good baseball outfit. The men '
have boon working out for two'
weeks and have played a number of
practice games. They state that
they are ready for real battles now. !
In Fred Bowers the club has one of
the best amateur pitchers around j
these parts according to ' the men
who have hit against him in battiusj
a f'.i"i I.umiii
can t'i - I i 'l
resiidly oi m..
(luil'i: v. bat ln;i Hi' I i;s lakiii'T big chances who wait.4
I w. ii .111 u-i mniithn to arrangfl
: l!n- pcopl
II"- coal early. If
. "'il'l l-ilie a. part of
niil . i .i i u eooiifjli more
ru!uMi!fy Ihrotir.b the
. ! iti;iiar I" tliis ''ohic
.1 Hu. stale
Ini' v now hut ihcy
uiil' . i orders Keep
lo tho no- i ' W:" ('no or
for a siippl? of fuel lo keep the fam-
v a nn nest winter j
O. Coffman will act as manager oi
the team and will make engage-
ments for them to play games over
this section of tho state. " Many
w-ijl be brought here during the sea-
son according to the management.
The personnel of the team is as
follows: It. W. Woodruff (capt.)
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KLEP if- COMING
We must not culv
' - Feed our Silicons
at tho Front hut
the millions nt
Lcliind cur Ji'T";
Dealers anJ Sicam I'lanls Buying Heavily
Bui Domestic Consumers l aying
Down Declares Norns
Ada. Okia.. Ma Coal in Okla-
homa is moving rapidly and dealers
and stt.'am plants are buvlng heavily.
The domestic eoii-iiiners are not buy-j
ing as tliey siu.iild. ai-conling to P. i
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1 1 ini; mail'. I'.ii
'I'he. niiiM ai
e.! :;;:ul f.. . I n ' miiI'--
up. I'nli ' '.a nn" i Ijegiu buying
dealer;: m".-. m'. lli'-ir orders to
"Pfl.jli'i aiel linn a calamity is
ahead m u.
The 1 1 j i i i LH in ii i I ion coiiiiiii.-i
siou Ji.e; I'lif li.el lulu effect Ihu
Hi-onp i '. . ! in of f i j;-1 1 1 lilies and
there j; on i j i ( m e in !he 1 1 ; i -1 fer
the I'rcighl ml" ui Hi" pi-Ices of t oal
to gel lowir II. .hi llicv arc now.
Coal 10"! vim en 1 1 1 1 1 havo bins
would (In n'll i'i !niii 1 1 1 c -1 1 1 iit inn!'.
All v. Iiu ' ii 1 got wood In burn
Great Rubber Producer.
The JIri!;iy peninsula is the livgpst
l iil'O' T-in'oduclug nnd vtihber-exporting
qutry in the world. Ten years ago
f?io: prodiiclion wos small ns compared
with that of Brazil which wns thea
the principal source of supply. Its ad-
vent to (ii;it place as a rubber-producing
country 1 1 (U:e t" if -i favorable cll
matlc mil laill cnr.'litiim;;.
f.u it 'ir.
A. Norris. federal fuel adniiuistrutor should do . .ti i; Is im). ndvisalile :
for Oklahoma and continued faiiur'? to ship ? oo'l l.ii- o. There is no j
to lay in a tupply means the vorst shortage "f coal but t lure is a short
(oal famine over knov. n ia this i apo of shippim; faeiliijes. If fuel is:
state. ; shipped by v-iiK it is beil.ur f vhipj
The. dealers of the state are re- coal than mi'i .Ml those town..;
: pendin;- to t i L- idea to buy early and ' which cm get linn -a cod r-upplv l'oui1
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V any of I hem have their bins filled. the Furroumlin:: f;.r!n . i.houtd make :
In the western pail of the state one j Mrrjti.ucii.etit . I" 1 . i; v the utid cu t
c'e iler- report" tiuit he lun his bins and hault d I nm do iitllt'
filled but the consumers arc not tak- o.- -notliint; aiour tin.- line until l iter j
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Pool, J. Edwin. Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 111, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 9, 1918, newspaper, May 9, 1918; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc733191/m1/3/: accessed September 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.