Robert B. Green opens to the public as the county hospital (right).
1918 – World War I
San Antonio’s 235 meat markets will be closed today, at least as far as beef, mutton and pork are concerned and many of them will lock their front doors and do no business at all. The butcher shops will be closed in compliance with an order issued by E. A. Peden, State Food Administrator.
The new 13-story San Antonio Savings building opens at the corner of Commerce and Soledad streets. Walter McAllister does the ribbon cutting at 8:15 a.m.