The Oklahoma News (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 281, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 21, 1917 Page: 3 of 10
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-THE OKLAHOMA NEWS-PAGE ‘i
N. Y. HARBOR
NO FUN NOW
.SAYS MRS. D* SAULLES
! SHOULD BE PUNISHED
"Crime la crime no matter
where It emanates. Murder Ia a
brutal act that must be sternly
rebuked." writes BUI Sykes.
Pauls Valley, on the case of Mrs.
Blanca DeSaulles. charged with
the murder of her husband. John
DeSaulles, father of their child,
We must not excuse crime
B New <fYorlt" August 21.—The with silly sentiment. **r*. D*
Saulles act is a crime that might
war has put pep into harbor ex-
cursions. No longer does the
small motor launch, the cat-boat
or houseboat wend Its way down
the harbor unchallenged and un-
molested. One really appreci-
ates the fact that America is "in"
after a water Jaunt.
Every craft, large or small, is
held up by the government patrol
boats and asked for an account
of Itself. Of course the large
steamers are easily discernible
and therefore not stopped.
But woe betide the private
yacht or craft of any description
that attempts to get by. It may
cruise along for miles, its oc-
cupants smiling at the thought of
putting one over on Uncle Sam.
At this juncture a business-like
have been committed by the
humblest washerwoman or rough-
est rogue in the land. She Is a
disciple of Cain and as such
Eight Seminole folks signed a
statement that they believed Mrs.
DeSaulles Justified in shooting
On three hard fought
The first of th e disputes
i brought out in Justice A. T.
Earley’s court has to do witn
Police Captain Bill Slaytons or-
ders to Johnson, whether the
latter knew he was going with
the officers to "look over some
boys”, or, as he says, he be-
ONLY AVIATOR LIVING Th" Scon Drug* Store.
AFTER FIVE DEFEATS | Walker.
The second point in Issue, is
CHAPLIN IN ROLE OF
l HERO, SAVES GIRL
SprriaI to The Yew.
Santa Monica. Aug. 21.
‘ Charlie Chaplin proved his hero-
ism isn't confined to the screen
when he plunged Into a rough j _
WsSvt HEARD MM
The little girl was unconscious |
when taken ashore, but quickly
FOR FIRE DEPT.
■loner. touching again on the
fire equipment subject, "but
now all we've got Is a few old
horses, ranging from 16 to 19
years old. and a bunch of fllv-
1 vers. That's all they haven't
given away, or sold, or swapped,
or killed by jumping over via-
"I want a good fire depart-
ment, because I want to be
able to save something besides
the lot the house stands on!
By t nited Pm*.
Paris. Aug. 21.—Adjutant Ed-
mond Thieffry, a Belgian aviator,
who has just distinguished him-
self by bringing down two Ger-
___ ____ ,_______ _ -------- , man machines in the same corn-
little r,i‘'ol boat is liable to come I bat, has another distinction of
alcgsltiq. A murderous looking | which he is the sole possessor
mounted gun may be seen and > j„ the entire aviation world.
from ih* boat a stentorian voice
directs that the craft put back
and report to the mother ship.
And tho craft that tried to run
the gauntlet goes back.
Another stern reminder that
In the course of desperate
aerial lights Thieffry has hito-
self been brought down no less
than five times by his adversary,
and has figured in the German
official account of these combats
the motive of the boys them
selves. E. G. McAdams, attorney
for Johnaon. holds that when
the county attorneys office filed
Information charging them with
attempted burglary, It conceded
that Johnson was on burglary
Insists Was Revenge.
Assistant County Attorney J
CHICAGO CHIEF HASNT
SEEN ’EM SPOONING
Special to Thr Y«r«.
Chicago. Aug. 21—Boy and
girl bathers "spoon" promiscu-
ously snd dance suggeatlvely on
the sands, investigators todav
reported, after a tour of Chi-
cago'a municipal bathing beach-
"Huh." said Police Chief
Schuettler. "I look ovo.r.
closely. I haven't noticed It.
ABOUT FRYING PAN
Special to The .Vcirt.
New York, Aug. 21.—On the
ground that the digestion >f
magnate, is in danger. Charles
K Danzer of Brooklyn, a eook
filed selective service exemption
Parks on the west side,
on the south side, parks around
the capitol. In short, parks, lit-
tle and big, everywhere there's
any need for them, were advo-
cated by J. B. A. Robertaon Mon
day night, In
mURT ORDERS ARTIST ,1c*® ■ervlce' wer® brought
^TO TRIM ANGEL’S FAT|to p>rl* wounded tod>y'
SAMMIES ARE ‘GASSED*
AS BATTLE HARDENING
Special to Th* .Vnei.
Detroit, Mich.. Aug. 21.—An
angel at the gates of a local
cemetery waa declared too fat.
and a judge ordered the sculptor
to remodel the angel into a slim
Managers of the cemetery had
complained of the angel's ob-
RAILROAD WONT ASK
EXEMPTION FOR MEN
the U. 3. means business is the'ag having been killed. No other
buoys marking the position ofjaviator has ever survived an
the great steel chain extending l equal number of defeats.
across the harbor. The chain is j --—-
designed to take care of any U-
boats that come this way.
The harbor is an unhealthy
pi ice for a becalmed sailboat.
'Twould be decidedly unhealthy,
the authorities will tell you, to
allow vour boat to bump into any
"oating object. Mines are
no respectors of ships.
LODGE NIGHT IS NEW
LIBERTY FOR RUSSIA
Hu I'uitrd Pro*.
Petrograd, Aug. 21.—Under
the regime of the czar no secret
societies of any sort were per-
mitted to exist and lodge night
was a pleasure unknown to Rus-
It has developed there are
some 10,000 Masons in Russia,
who. held lodge meetings behind
lo,Z;Zrn\*'°o"«- mSJH ..... h. ...
RY MILTON BRONNER.
Washington, Aug. 21.— "‘Hell
with the lid off best describes
Rumania under the claws of the
German military machine. Lib-
erty of men. virtue of women.
case, maintains that the charge
against the boys. Is immaterial
in the Johnson trial. Prosecu-
tion's witnesses testified that
revenge, rather than robbery
was the motive.
The third point argued. U
whether or not Johnson could
see Earl Evans when he fired
the shot. Prosecution offered
testimony of the two boys with
Evans at the time; they main-
tain that the lawyer's flash-
light illuminated the narrow
alleyway. Johnson contends that
he could not see, that he thought
the culprits were hiding at the
side of the passage, and he fired
to scare them into the light so
the officers could catch them.
The bullet passed thru a
wooden gate, on the other stdfe
of which the lads had run when
the sacredness of private prop-
erty—are as nothing.”
So says Lieut. Vasile Stolca
of the Rumanian mission.
a national organization. I her of society women remained
SHELL PILES BOMBED
private' chef, and that it was
necessary to the nation s we-
fare that the railroad chief en-
joy god health in the jvar crisis.
STEEL CO SUGGESTS
CORN MEAL RECIPES
From corn to steel wire may
seem a far cry, but the Ameri-
can St eel A Wire Company s
weekly report on crop condi-
tions, shows how carefully biK
manufacturing conaems waten
for indications of prosperity or
the other, in all localities.
The report compiled by travel-
ing salesmen for the week end-
ing Saturday, is prefaced by a
when the people ®h»u“dn
................. l to eating corn products and the
they saw the police auto drive j fcbove time-tried recipes
up. I fered to loyal people who would
Case was conitnued till VVed- | conserve the wheat supply-
JOSEPH SWEENEY IS
FOUND—IN RAY MOVIES
“OLD MILL” RE®^1LT
FOR 1917 STATE FAIR
The mill wheel will turn again
Hy United Peer*.
London, Aug. 21.— Rritish
naval airplanes at midnight
dropped tons of bombs on the
ammunition dump at Middle
Keerk and the German works at
Bruges, an admiralty statement
Found--Joseph Sweeney. Re- at the state fair
her or socie.v ------------------- member him? "Well. I shud i The "Old Mill". s<'e"'c b”*
Li their homes thinking they | £AY go- He was the funny ! r|de. was burned „ln ‘ndstind
"‘id be sate. One night Ger- man w)th the Overholser Play- j that destroyed
Hy I'nilfd Prr$s.
Pittsburgh, Pa., Aug. 21.—No
,.„v ... a "speech before !c(aims for .xemptlon of any of
£t*&‘*r# Clv,c lmprove'i^xynuw^siade by th*
The west-aiders are now ~~___
tively engaged in a campaign
for a big park to cover the site
of the "old brick kiln”. Judge
Robertson's advocacy of good
schools, good parks and good
health, won him favor with the
Vote of thanks wss given the
Gloyd Lumber Company for
boards furnished the association
to be used as "campmeeting
Commissioner Mark Kesler
declared It was thru his efforts,
with the aid of Commissioner J.
C. Walton, that the brick kiln
nuisance was being abated.
Then the safer began stab-||
bing at the other city commis- j
sioners, lamenting the fact that j
the "lower house," Overholser, I
Donnelly, and Str*et. didn't give,
much heed to the wants of thej|
"upper house’, Walton and
Fire Dept. Plea-
The chief portion of bis ;
speech was a plea for more fire j
equipment. He declared that |
most of the apparatus in the i
department now was bought for
a political purpose, whether the
three present commissioners who |
were on the board then, knew 1
It or not.
"There is no pencil pusher In
the city hall who can tell you
what wo need," he expostulated.
“And yet they try to!"
“I have come back here to
make good. I started at the.
bottom of the brickyard hole. ]
and I'm going to end on top.
I don't care anything about my-
self I'm doing this for you.
"I lost my Job four years ago
because I wouldn’t get money
from my men to conduct the |
democratic campaign. I'm a j
democrat myself, but I wouldn t
"We used to have good noble
With the American Expedi-
tionary Army in France, Aug.
21. — American troops were
It waa a purely voluntary
gassing, however—part of the
battle hardening process. The
soldiers donned their gas masks
AMERICAN AMBULANCE for the first time and were sent
uru ipe WOUNDED, thru regularly built "gas cham-
MEN ARE WUUlWtU j berg„ to meet various kinds of
Hy I'nitrd Pee.*.
Paris. Aug. 21.—Earl Osborn.
Garrison - on - the - Hudson, New
York; Dominick Rich, New York
city and W. Pearl. 81. Johns.
Mich., all members of the Amer-
vapors affected by tho enemy in
The soldiers quickly caught
the Idea and before long were
putting on the air filters in four
or five seconds.
STORE OPENS AT 8 A. M.—CIOBE8 AT • P. M.
Four Entrance*: 2 on Main; 1 on Harvey; t leading to Terminal
THE AUGUST SALE OF LINENS
...ni that is not likely to b< repeated in a long time under pres-
. Annrtttlons This sale made possible only hy looking ahead and buying
Bnt month. In advance At the outset let us call your attention to the
wSndeKuldisplay of satin bedspreads. Plain hemmed and scalloped cut
25SS 81." <ro». .Sb Ml »«■»« '”«»•
r.Vl»-K «.«• iwli.
;£s.,pir.,”.'S ..... *»«... <*«>..........
e*‘h' Hotel Sheet* anil Pillow Cases.
Prnhahlv never before has there been a larger showing and certainly
the prices speak eloquentlv of economy. They are high count sheets and
phlow cases that will launder fully 8 per cent heavier. Note the lots
prl0M' 8»c each. HlxOO, $1.1®
7tS\0O, $1.00 each. HlxOO, $1.80 each.
HIxIttH. $1.80 each.
42x80, 38 1-Sc each.
would be ------ ----
man officers gave a band concert
and Invited Rumanian society
women to attend. Invitation was
tantamount to command. After
the concert the officers Insisted
man wun «...«,------- - — ....... ----but has been re-
er*In a*heW long weeks since he for .his ejP^
left Oklahoma City, he has been . Three acres^ covered ^by
heard from only infrequently. In ! the new "Old Mill"
tho concert the officers insisu-u ,/act he refused by letter to tell . one covered an boat
'uai- »o ■».... Is?,
hsssiss. sssss b.«y £
MAYOR HELPS LIGHT I1of ..t^,Dt£r.U'IT“even worse In j ot^ day thS^re^howlng a | marine'0'ao jbe Atlantic to
MADRID STREET .£
The Ray comedies are little , home landing.
”wTI“ .ksk i S
the sight of the mayor march- | Jpre sp(zed and seilt to Austria.
Ing thru the streets. arrnmp®"‘ 1 pe0ple were compelled to pay
ied by citl hall J»Bb®rs- , famine prices to buy their own
lighted the street lamps. Th i in -
lamp lighters have struck. E™ •-------
two-reel sketches produced In »
New York studio by Joe and , w •
New York studio Dy Joe an.., ... ^^'HolsUin ^ral^tnr
E»ml. H.Y. old-Ume buHes^ . M... has • ,133
A New Yorker, of wide ex
perlenoe. h«e written a book teU-
how the tobecco nr enuff |
tiabit may be eaelly end quickly t
banlahed with deUght^t beneflb
The author. Edward J. ^ ooda. 14..S j
N Station E, New York < tty. ,
will mail thie book free on re-
<1UThe health Improves wonderfully I
after tobacco craving s con- ]
ottered. Calmness, tranqulll Bleep,
clear eyes, normal appetite, good
digestion, manly vigor. "'™na
memory and a general gain tn
efficiency are among the many
benefits reported Get rid of that
nervous, triable feeling; no more
need of pipe .cigar, cigarette, anuff
or chewing tobacco to Pac,ry
morbid desire —Advertteement.
14-inch Real Madiera hand-embroidered Nap-
kins. Hose scalloped edge.
25x44-lnch‘ ' fine ' Irish ' Hack ' Towels^ satin
damask border with hand-drawn hem- J-l CA
stitched ends. Very special, each . •
IlleichiNl TiipMnIi Towel f x , j
Bleached Turkish Towels. A towel that is
good value at 25c. For this
Limit, two dozen to any one oustomer.
ALL LINEN TUBING
42-inch, fine quality .........*'•*?
q.Vinrh, fine iiuality .........Sl.nw
DRAW-EASY ART LINENS
We are now showing every width from s-
inch to 90-inch; prices 4«c to $8.00 yartl.
$4.04 F’4)R PATTFIRN UIAITHS.
An • extraordinary offering of Y2x.J fine
Damask Pattern Cloths worth *7 to *9. One
large table piled high with these at the very
special price of $^-»H w,, h- . on_
Another lait of Pattern Clotli* at. $8.08—
These measure 70x70 and are all linen pa
tern cloths of the prettiest designs
TAHLK DAMASK REDUCED.
72-Inch Fine Satin Damask, actual CA
value $3.00. per yard .............4$to***W
24-INCH NAPKINS, DO/.KN $8.80.
72-Inch very best double Satin Damask four
handsome patterns, $4*00
NAPKINS. PER DOZEN $10
72-lnch plain Satin Damask, very JO Afl
special, per yard .................*9 •
100 Dozen all pure linen double damask,
22x22-inch Hemmed Napkins, three Pretty
designs. No phone
orders. Dozen ............
p. s.—We also reserve right to limit
BEAUTIFUL LINEN SETS.
The largest assortment of Linen Sets, fine
damask pattern cloths with dinner napkins to
match. Size of cloth from 72x72 to 90x144,
with napkins to match every cloth. A few
72x72 Cloths, all pretty round JC AA
22x28 Napkins, per dozen $8.80.
Extra heavy double damask pattern £0 Ej|
Cloths ,72x72. plain satin band . . ♦OosJU
24x21 Napkins, per dozen $0.00.
72x90 Cloths, round design— Jy QQ
22x22 Napkins, per dozen $8.80.
A special purchase of 30 odd Cloths, size
72x126. no napkins, values $10, Jg AA
ALL LINEN TOWELS
All pure linen Satin Damask, hemmed end
Towels, while 40 dozen last,
size 20x36. at ........• • • .......
All pure linen Huck Towels,
hemstitched end Guest Towels.....UOV
rroduced shall score not less than, cloth
^vn HANDLING OF MILK;
-EMkVgenc y^bdinan<*.* K
■hoard °of commtssionbns
OFATHE CITY OF OKLAHOMA
sk8m 1‘milk’' orA* buttermilk "sold.-
or used in i f 0^]ahoma
nTvmsha 1 be Pasteurized, in the
manner1 as *™#**'^ ^ ktm'
^ rscr"buuerm!!k' is of the kind
or grade hereinafter defined as
"1SeoUond'2. For the purpose of
this ordinance Inspected milk.
o.v. skim milk or buttermilk
i bt Winrf a. milk, cream.
2“ SSS.S.’S'SSVVi T£S\.™
Ptl rs i io ....... _ ,
o on this same score card
(b» sconr* card.
Health (outward ap-
Comfort ........... 0
Stable ......... }
Protected yard . 1
Cubic feet of space
per cow: Over 300,
per cow: Over
300. 2; over 40<v
4; b00 to 1.000. b
Clean ........... J
Fresh ........... 1
Well drained ... 3
Free from con-
Tight, sound floor .3
Care of Milk*
Removed from the
ately after milk-
ing each cow
cooled .........1 ”
Cooled to 50 de-
grees F. or be-
50 degrees to 55
degrees F *
50 degrees to 60
degrees F..... 6
Below 50 degrees
F............• • *
51 degrees to 65
degrees F 6
56 degrees to 60
degrees F..... 4
Iced in summer . IV
Jacket or _ wet
summer ........ 6
pry blanket ..... 4
Covered wagon . . 2
! ?iS'..Ku5"."SS .jv'KLEIi.-
Fahrenheit nr below, it "hall then
be kept at a temperature of .•&
degree" Fahrenheit or below until
delivered to the conaumer.
(I) Inspected milk, cream, skim
milk or buttermilk exposed for, h ..........
sale, offered for sale, or soc »’ • ci,anly manner. When open
the consumer shall be contained I, nails are used they shall
tightly closed and capped bottles , > an opening at the top not
or receptacles of a similar charac- morp than seven Inches In dl-
lob! 1 handled and pasteurised In accord-
oh ance with the followtne regula-
M°(a": The said ntllk. cream. ■*!«»
milk or buttermilk shall be pro-
duced on farms •rorl"* J10'
than 55 on the score card »" ,d*
scribed In Section 7, Article b or
The milking muit be done
(jt All ntllk. cream, eklm milk
or buttermilk pioduced and hand-
died In the manner required. In
this section shall he lablen In-
speeted Milk." "Inspected Cream.
"Inspected Skim Milk, or In-
spected Buttermilk." as the case
“Ter All utensils used In the
the Board — --- .
foregoing provisions have
coinplied With and the pasteurizer
or pasteurizing equipment Is such
that 99 percent of all barter la a nd
all pathogenic ha-teria are killed
In the milk treated ‘h,rf%“* *£*
temperature required In Articles
and "t" the f'lty Chemist shall
A uniform heat of 145 degrees
Fahrenheit for thirty minutes, or
150 degrees Fahrenheit maintained
for twenty minutes, or 155 de-
grees Fahrenheit maintained Tor
five minutes. The time shall Its
Illegal milk (Of milk pPMhiet*
which he may seize or find. It
shall be the duty of the City
Chemist to Inspect and condemn
uch products as are in violation
of thin ordinance, and to pretvlde
manner for destroying or dls-
Stall, stanchion tie 1
Iztw-down manger l
watts .......... 1
celling ......... -
Box stall ........ 1
Light: 1 square foot
glass per cow. 2;
'• so ft , 4; 3 sq.
z sq. u.i -». «
ft.. 6; 4 ?q. ft.. 8;
- iZ^rr,Tne 3en,Anye person. firm or |
corporation producing and selling j
or producing and offering f°r <nGc j even
A or for delivery »n the i or , tion 2 .........
on Oklahoma City, or any person. ^"^Ventilation:
s#e or corporation engaged if‘ j Sliding windows.
lYottline or receiving and handling, hinged at hot-
in buTk of milk, cream, skim milk , tom> 4. King
or buttermilk shall make a w rit- , system or muslin
.nnlication to the Board of curtain. 2 ......
_lealthPrat the office of the City >SIahle yard
WA-hemiat stating the name _ and ldrainagel .......
e»n Lsidence of the applicant and the, M||k Koom.
b*l*ndCfttlon and .lewoription o
2255. ..mi,e, where such milk
mav he. in letters not less than . mllk ran accumulate or soak
....____*u- »• Inph burn . i.sonnet La removed
tTge' wh?nP i;S°!ne^irS; : S rnaB.honfac?nt„h the milk
• receptacles of a similar character, or cream
Score of equipment
times 1 — ........
times 2 — ........
hy 3 — Final score.
must be smooth and free
persons living upon
In letters no less than five-eights
.of an Inch high on the tag
'attached to each container when
contained In cans The name
of the dairy producing such in-
spected milk, cream, skim milk or
buttermilk, shall be plainly indi-
cated in figures not less than
five-eights of an Inch high on
every case, can or receptacle of a
similar character In which such njiwnii____
milk cream, skim milk or butter- . fpotlous or contageous disease,
milk is sent or brought into the , (e> The milk from each cow
<Mty of Oklahoma (Mty. Said cap. L,hall be removed from the stable
or tag shall be white in immediately after It
the entire quantity
(s). All milk, cream, skim milk
|H« niy 4 iiemiRv or buttermilk produced and ban-
Issue a permit allowing the milk, died In the manner required In
Hkim milk or buttermilk this section shall be labeled
nasteurlzed In eueh pasteurizer •■Pasteurized Milk." •fasteurlzed
and on such premises to be | Cream
brought into or sold
of Oklahoma City,
day of April
tk). When. In the Judgmet of
the Board of Health, any •uch
pasteurizer or pasteurizing plant IB
not being operated *- —e.-rd-nre
calculated from the pcGod^ that of ,uch prortuctB that
■'Pasteurized Skint Milk
In the City | or "Pasteurized Buttermilk." a*
rif Oklahoma > ui. Every such the case may he. In letters not less
hermit "huM expire on the 30th i ,han three-sixteenths of an Inch
dav of April following the data . high on the cap or cover of every
package when contained In bottles
or receptacles of a slmlla** «harac-
ter, and not less than five eighths
of an Inch high on a tag attached
in accordance to each container when contained
nvi 7---- # nrdln* i in cans, together with the name
wllh the provisions ^..^‘"^elvJd of the person, firm or corporation
ance. or wheon-J^lT^!lktlJreT„ pasteurizing the same. Said caps,
thereat or PB®t'“'^*ed.h*, d„ nnt covers or tags to he white in color
obtained dements as and the lettering thereon to he red
comply with ,^./0?“d|'n?*"e or j In color, and the cap or stopper
set forth in this 'b„„! „f Hie bottles or receptacles c. a
from farms which have^ „ |miiar character In which said
farms where such milk is produced , inspected and f i >n'1 ’"he Hoard I pasteurized milk, cream, skim milk
or employed thereon shall he free i with said t equlrements. tlhe a v hutternillk Is contained shall be
from contageous or Infectious dls- of Health may «v“k*u*“Chto Pt*hre I plainly marked with the day of
eases and resident of or domiciled mit upon notice In writing i the week upon which said milk.
In places free from such diseases; , person holding sum . | cream, skim milk
Provided, however, that no person i ()) jn case of dispute
shall he employed or permitted ! Kord to tests made or
enclosed In said bottles or recep-
fmch pas- j tAcle8 or a HlmiUtr character waa
the same cannot be used for
human food: provided, he shall
find the same unfit for humU
consumption or to be in violation
of the provisions of this ordinance.
Section 13. No person, firm or
corporation «hal! engage in the
production, sale, delivery or dis-
tribution of milk In the City of
Oklahoma City except In accord-
ance with the provisions of the
laws of the State of Oklahoma, and
In compliance with the rules and
regulations of the £mte Hoard of
Health, the rules and regulations
of the Health Department of the
Citv of Oklahoma City and of the
State Hoard of Agriculture.
Section 14. No urinal. water
closet or privy shall he located In
or adjacent to rooms In which
milk Is handled or so situated as
to pollute the atmosphere of said
rooms All rooms housing urinals,
water closets or privies shall be
provided with clean towels, soap
and lavatory with running water,
and there shall be conspicuously
displayed In said room a sign re-
questing each person using said
room to wash IiIh or her hands
card to tests mane ... ....... tattles or a similar cnarat tcr «an ......... — .
work on said premises who !• ,eur|ier or pasteurizing equipment te„rli[ed. Provided, tin,I It shall ] before returning to work,
known to be a carrier of an In- ... ... ,.nrH to the temperature to ‘„ ....n.^ rnt for any person, firm i Section la. Buttermilk as re
fct. The cows yielding same
1 must he kept clqan. Long hairs ^
1 S» 'sat: „',“■ *8.":rs,:s.-sa•
offered for sale or kept with t he | Provided, that after June J. 191*.
;ou. •AmiRPN w licit: ......... .. .
FOR produced, bottled or hand ,
modern Section 4. The Board of Health
to I Location .-•••■
booemenp and'of reSldfnM*
V“iK!^*^~a5S i°eCr!!?. ■:
Vne* buttermilk, and if 'he Walls and c
Two found to comply, with- \-e" ulailon''
'j-tli*1 he"shall issue a permit Screens
4 _ ! milk, cream, skim Arrangement
» ire found to - -
houses on\cquirements as hereinafter
for $25 an
I refuse °of "any'distillery or brew-
; f>rv, glucose or any malt in a
1 state of fermentation, putrefaction
i nr decomposition. or any
1 putrefying or unwholesome food-
stuffs. Milk from cows fifteen
davs before and one week after
calving shall not be mixed with
tdt. All milking must he done
hv milkers who are dean both as
to clothing and person. or by
mechanical milkers operated hy
persons as above specified. When
open milk pails are used they shall
have an opening at the top not
more than seven inches in
ln this ordinance shall
to the fity of Oklahoma City shall must
not yield more than a perceptible which
or In regard to the temperature to ||(. lln|awful for any person, firm |
which milk shall be heated, the or corporation, to mark cause to ferred ■when
person firm or corporation mak- , marlied or permit to lie marked be the product that remains hen
,** application to operate a pa*'! bottle or receptacle con- 1 butter is removed from milk or
teurlzer mav make application to | , 'pasteurized milk. cream, ! cream in tlie process of churning
the Hoard er Health to have the ^Vm mlllt or buttermilk the name I Section Hi No person, ^lrm or
said pasteurizer or pasteurizing of Bny ,lay other than that upon corporation shaU sell o
qulpmenl reinspeded such '*!"• | lvhll.h the contents enclosed In said sell any 11 pf oT anv other pat he-
... ........ r-t.stliiK shall be done containers cf similar Colen Bacilli or any other PB'"c
"f u"* chirader was nasteurlzed genic bacteria or which contain*
the Board of ,h?,7r,7rtc“ the oa.sage of this evidence of having ^hee^n contamln-
'■'|U I • ..... ■ .
spection or retesting shall
by a board consisting
r‘;r;;«'nn'"of Hellimr or brought in- the temperature to which the milk perBon designated by the Moarn 01 (n After the passag........ , , . fMt.
inten ion ...... -..... p* cooled and at or below Health, one person designated h> . ^ ai, milk, cream, ekim »te«l b> fllth- j.lbel Dn
be kept shall the person, firm . or corporal on m||k or but,ermilk which is not show on the cap. tag or label on
amount "of"sediment or stain other 55 d^s^hrSSh.ir "na,‘ ‘^i^h ^ *»*'“ - ......• "•- *h*
than that of natural butterfat (f) All milk, cream, skim milk! two persons so
when a quart sample of the same or buttermilk, required to be pas- , select a third.
Is filtered through a pledget of teurized shall not yield more than im». in all
cotton one inch in diameter, and H perceptible amount of sediment zatjon the milk and cream
shall he entirely free from disease or stain other than that of natural : bo |ieate<i to a temperature
prof ’-ing bacteria and blood, pua butterfat when a quart sample or 8|ia]j p* determined and fixed nv renhelt for
or other matter or things danger- the snine is filtered through a | ;Vu. City Chemlbt for ea» h machine minutes. iv ’ iabeTled according to its trus
and detrimental to health. pledget of cotton one inch in ol- i at temperature whi*-h snail ,,n * (u, The pasteurized product Khali rart er an! compos
IIIW null. ......
,naki.,g such appllc.Uon.natnd ^
kind defined In or attached to the container
shall name of tne dairy in which thB
was nut in the conta
of the grade or
^..:rc7“lhr^r’»”‘plVd*er’of teurized*1'shall' noT'Visii mors fh«n ’ ait continuous p*s,;«r«- iio,’ivs., than .45 degrees Kahre,,- s*c-onrf.^.
---- 1^ ,t:a,r,».»e an* --------omn.int of sediment I aation the milk and cream “ha” belt for not less ,-h- x-ih- from' cultured skim milk, or mllk-
he heated to a ten;peratur«_ which or no. ie»s_ t ha ^ Lm ^degrees fah_ trom^ ^ fr()m any othar »oure.
than above defined, shall he platn-
(1». Inspected milk and Inspected ' Hrn*ter. and shall he entirely free p0jnl »*or? e.spond 1 ng t«- a tempera- . IOoU*d at once to a temperature j , ,‘f t c*, rT, 11 k * l»e d»’uted with milk
skim milk shall not contain mors from disease producing bacteria, | , ure required r«> kill 99 percent ,r 4tf 4degrees Fahrenheit or below. f t j, H , ijaracttr
than 30.000 bacteria per c. c. from I blood, pus or other matter ot* . the bacteria «tid all painogemv; an(j nils cooling shall be so t on- ^ labeled in terms plainlv de-
1 October 10 .May 1 inclusive of thing* dangerous and detrimental 1 bacteria contained : r» the raw pro- (,U).u.,j tha, t|,.* pasteurized product nf dilutant used, and
• ____ 1 t _______ . ..«_ ! , » .1 —1.11 •. < ■ . 1 11 rit 1 I, .t t ■ 1 II1 1 fl 1 . ...,uiU„ uniirrt'N 1 . .... ......t.
•haracter and composition. Should
ited with in l Ik
the whole shall
car. and not more
All utensns..__ioo.OOO^ bacteria from May
* hnusrmUk produced or , Equipment
f said premises to he . Hot water or
inlo or sold it. the Pity | steam ........ 2
Provided, that Foolet -
n Shan ' he issued only | Narrow top milk
ok **oress condition that j pail
Vrtri or corporation Other
will report at | Water supply for
P'>1— ~ ' all persons
than | to health. , , i duct, and shall no colon bacilli m
2 to Such milk and skim milk before one , <• as determined by cui-
of each pasteurizing shall not contain . t urxs 1 methods.
more than 300,000 bacteria per c.^ , (n, All continuous pasteurizere
be equipped with a feeding
neaneu ron-i tain more than 100.000 bacteria ! „f each year, and not more ’ban, whl,.h iH constructed that
b.e.,orf-aUm.?*'. “”n * are *hSS-1P*r r .<*• frt"n October l to Majr l 500,000 bacteria _perc_Jrom_Mar J pa,at*Urlier cannot be
“Li'^ness' occuriuIf I utensils
, .ray Qll nprsons Clean
Total . ■
ItTn. ^jnS or”" corporation other utensils.. 1
l'hllv4y 'TJPl'oyea ".'non" such Convenient
*-.Sg F deft not , ip into. Abundant
•r boflin* i,f'er f0I,.Sle In
"Hy n( oklahoS.0'^, '". or i
•ream, skim mllft.’* ,
Irodurld on the Dpl5j"R •
’then i , ase of contj1',' n” ,kL; ‘ METHODS
fecdois disease ls"^*eMT? ,.
* ,xpe.-vd of having Remises j. leanliness
"■'mself or an» or all othJv ‘"Z ■, ,
residln* o •• employed uhX, r leanliness
>Jn the families ............ !
tveHing I” TffV*, •>*""«' ! 5
person or persons shall hbehrt*' 'edges.....1
filed donu Mangers and par-
Secfjon 5. Everv snrh •* ^tions ........ 1
Produce inspected' milk Shin * lo '"do" *
Pire on the 30th dav of t nf.i ,**' , Staother animals
lowing the date of -.rr" fo': ! Bem*tahle . 1
i Oie Ppro(lurtion and’‘handHng of , Baplambar
I ^Ce,ddanmdtlks,e»dbeeacTPU^e ’ ^ "^cteHa ! 'and "no? more'^han , aha..
i strutted that
1 milk can accumulate
all parts are abso
lutely frce -),^C-e*8oak'efn I 150.000 bacteria p^r c^ c. from ^ach year.
of each year and not more than 2 to September
( 8 ).
Every person, firm
. ! ! Mav 2 to September 30
washing”1 and thT iurfcI of each year. i poration Installing or operating
milk (mi. Whenever a sample of milk 'pasteurizer for the
: par It y. that
normal w or king ca-
m in excess of the
not exposed to possible sources flnv gfore or any place where such
of contamination. , buttermilk, milk nr cream
The cooling apparatus shall *•« is sold shall display in conspicuous
so construe '-d ’hat it an »*e readl- place a sign m letters not less
j.. i4.aur.-r and sterilized. than four Inches In height and
Section 9 Milk. • ream or skim print th** same on *he bill of fare
milk shall b»* enclosed In tightly such place sells Imitation
• 'upped bottles or in sealed mns buttermilk or cream.
Immediately after pasteurization. Section !«. It shrill be unlawful
are killed when
|"aF1Stviiohr,,:^ xros:^ .. t fo
rust ! purpose of having the same tested cream, skim milk or buttermilk' <0». He* ordmg apparatus not to
! fre livinxr nnnn it shall he the duty of the person to be Hold, offered for sale or kept exceed a * ont of $•*" »**i< h shall <
J (ft- All persons living taking such samples to at once for with the intention of selling, installed upon ali pasteurizers •>
■ farms where such milk IB p ” . f.c.t| .«»ame w ith a seal, and to then or for the pasteurization or treat- record during operation the turn-
duced or employed thereon a nan #nd therp nmke record of the „ient of milk to be shipped or , parature of the pasteurized pro-
* .... . ... . , ,, .. 1 I I ’■ Ill »-4J 1 *■ , * • J •• ■ » ,-X i; I | Hill J ■» it . • 1 * * " * ■ *
rnr~ w orking « ap.<* t' v of the niii ii in() shall be kept at a temperal it© Rn<j an offense to sell or offer for
which 99 percent of the bacteria if lpflM lhitn degrees Fahrenheit
for human food any mill*' oT
In any dwelling
, be free from contageous or in-
fectious d'seases. and residents of . ,
free from ”ain^'
domiciled in places
aril place <»f taking such brought into the Clt> of Oklab itnii quet as It flows from the heater
and tho name of the person <'tty. shall notify the Hoard of The thermometer <»f this recording •
taking same and from whom Health in writing, stating the time apparatus must he act urate an«l
| having"'' P'"°onr*gInus'K dlseas^ "a8 ,i,k'n a -IhpUcate of k«thcr with
Provided, that no person shall be ,,
employed or permitted to w ork .
on such farm unless and until It
sample was taken a duplicate of gether with the name of , escaping «team or other . ,, .......... . gas in
such record and as promptly as person or persons who will npei■- rep, the heated milk. 1 *V1'H ; trm <>f a fermentation
lossible to deliver such sample to Hte said pasteurizer and shall fb* however that if ' h«- pasfeurlzw.g nda, •! «.z© shall be con-
he <*;r> < ’hem ihl for testing, and. with the Hoard of Health the ^on© in bottles or other Tint . . ,.N a, ti« e of the presence
t shall he the duty of the City names of the owners and the lota containers ‘L " r*.cnrt
Section 10 Pasteurized miU. fluids us. «l In pur.Tying, washing,
.ream and skim milk shall not deodorizing, neutralizing, or other-
more ilian t.f‘\ thousand wi„e treating buttcr-fat. butter or
, ... , jt• 11 centlinetei 1: ■ ■M| crean a state of putrifictiott.
1 to Mav i Inclusive of !9 Ml powers and
ami not more than one author:* v hv tne law Imposed up-
ealth officers a hi
Heptembei 30 it' uslvo ■ • n\ \ confern 1 upon r'" Bsllk
f each y ♦; a r and shall « on tain
ba. been *.».«.tr...4 fh.mt.t by hlmsWf or his assist- ,ion of all farms from which the ; lng apparatus must hr a"al:"m-.n't.'-.l IV.'d.'x't'ros.- bro'h or lactose
satisfaction of the Board of ;<n!s t„ promptly make bacterial mHk that is r<* he pasteurized »t,.4nd adjusted in * manner ho as o punt '"‘Ik
i e• 11 nerature record*
br attachr.l of sai l or(4«M»n. wh*t
uspecror and the « Ity Chemist for
*h..- .*nfur.-emen* of this ordinance.
Seotlon It shall he unlawful
for mm milk vendor to receive an
un, .run, ,11 washed container from
Section 1. All persons operating
dairies or milk esiablishmentH
1 the handling *f
?sii -» s ",™
•atisfaotfon that tlm pmvs.o, , '’I«anlln«»..
•ms ordtr.anc. havr „0t or ar2 nSf C*re „ani> «-I*«nliuf"*
h»ing .-ompliod w.tl, niav
*»ch permit h, ct'. ma> "'oke
rritj..a notice in
, ‘K ,n the person
inverted in p
H : r
* ‘car, • super ft -
B • ted
that said person is not a typnoi ancj other tests of all sample* of said plant is obtained.
| or diphtheria carrier. milk or cream so delivered to him th* The Board of Health shal,
(gY It shall be the duty or eve. ^ purpose of determining thereupon make an inspection of
person, firm or corporation .xberher same conform to the re- such pasteurizer and the premises
during inspected milk to notn> ,, rfni**nt s of this ordinance. of the plant wherein tin same is
1 n> From tbs Dm- nf taktnic *-f opcra’<--l They shall also Inspc- '
or anv surli -ample tho time of or cause to bo Inspects.! all f»m»
persons tivliik or employed on the -h- delivery -hereof to the City Meteurlzatlon0said plant U sold
farms where such milk is produced <*hettv.«» and i.s examination and t ,n,.'.,aad for eat.- or hroupht
Milk. , ream skim milk ot butte-- 'estInK by him 'he temperature^of , of Oklahoma City
in. Ik produced on an> farm or sue. sari:h‘*‘ °'
bottled or handled in t»u!k where ».*• • T** •» * ''r
a 1 a?? of contageou* or infectious grees fahrenhe t
disease has occurred or is su*- ‘o* ^fi s» *ura
for any person.
inspected milk „ -------- ,.firemen’s
1 ;he Citv Chemist at once by mail
or in person of the occurrence of
any sickness in any person
accurately record Hie temperature hlie
to wtiicn the milk, cream, akin* Section 11
milk or buttermilk is raised and and an nff*
• be duration *»f time for which firm or 4 orpos a * ion »•» t*r ng into
«aid temperature is maintained. the citv, sell or offer for sale <<
<p. Th* .-nrds mads hv .Jm J01; ntvUPf \.k?ahonV.i
recording thermometer must »»♦* v,,,nf r* -n
at * ura!** a nd made i n
m kept «inder lock arid k
Section 7. Inspected milk
milk nr huftermilk ahalf
«'i?h"u4' WlS r!,„Kr" C>.hlins,a
ftr'"A.*?®':*»«*not0f«a/r,^aUn 7S ™
>h. follow-lnR ar,,-, ,ard . .
howsvsr. ,„al after Ju,,'. *1° i
**rn,s 0.. which inspected m.lk
■7*n- "O' hands <
I dder washed »nd
* •*«'*-a with moist
t'leuned w jth dry*
»ed ’o have occurred shall not .m*y
shipped into, delivered sold or ''hem
offered for sale in the <'n\ «»f h'i-
Oklahoma t*ity nr brought nr rt*- and
l.vered to an' creamer' or bottling nf n
plant supplying ?he <\*v of Ok la- por‘*
noma «"it> until the t'heiistst ' ver
j. .. '- •>«. e been notified ; id shall the
yt : de .4 ■ • iovestigation and "
r*'*#d s . ■ n milk crean *1 m
j !*'* * * or buttermi'k ior delivery in 11; K
(1 *9 *•;> *,f « klahoma City
’-T^m'shaii tr’» '•"<* *'•'> of Oklahoma
than r,9 ,1c- with the intention o. selnok lor
human consumption; and tio NU»'h
fo,m« shsll I- allowed to brinp
or furo si. milk or cream to sat*'
fire of the •
ime of delivery
samples of ini Ik
r»f the tune
the sane as
ty the person
t eur i z i
p ia 1
ir. the eont
Heal t h.
< q 1 The n
; n his off
echanism of the pas
,,thout first teunzer or pHsteurizIiuf »t»te„
That the three ini
portant elements, namely, the tetn
perature. time rtf exposure and the
quantity of milk exposed at one
»-V It «ha'.l he unlawful for any time
person, firm or corporation oper
ati*ig j.;j< h pas * eurizer or pa$t®ur'
ements of Sc*'
of this Ordtn
1 * 4^m renient s
'.eTPfo'rnth ' ;."ianb«e«0^*P*"\*d,**nd by , e.po.u.e
control snd obaervation
Hoard of Health _ . _
i The follow ing conditions as ( of the mi.8 insp
degrees of hea’ and time of to
shall be complied with: ‘any
. . sale of products do-
fin,..! !n this ordinance shall ha
It shall he unlawful examined by the t’ity Physician
under the reij . rementa of th©
preceding soition*. and said per-
*4<on* niust submit to t re-exam»ti-
ation at any time upon demand
of the iMt> ' Physician, for whicM
? o fee shall he charged.
■ t ion J\V heras. In h9
ludgmetit of t h*» Hoard of Commis-
-oners, th#* welfare, peace and
safeTv t»f the lhab'Wt '» of ’ h©
1 t% of < *klahonia City demandA
• y.f. passace of this ordinance as
.in Amergency ordinance therefor#
be i» so paaaed
Passed and adopted by the Roar^
r,f < 'nnnn ssn»ners this 31st day of
Signed b' ’he Mayor this 3t©t
ondemned day of Jul>. 11*1 ■
shall be the duty
the office of the City « hemi»t }
unwholesome. unsanitary, or •
Any milk pasteurized
Hoard *>f heated more than once
railed a eh .p. \nv imitation butterm
Hoard of unless th*- same »>e piainlv iahei.
as such, or to use anv unsanita
rustv dented, leaky or other w
defective milk cans, container*
equipment used m ’he opera ti
of a dairy or in the delivery
storing of milk, and such «onta
era or equipment when found in
ken? under | such condition by the milk inspe.
rx bi the tor Shall be summarily <c
1 Section 12 1
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