The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 114, Ed. 1 Friday, February 16, 1912 Page: 1 of 8
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THE ARDMOREITE IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN SOUTHERN OKLAHOMA RECEIVING THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS SERVICE
ARDMORE OKLAHOMA.' I HI DAY EVENING FKHIiUAUY Hi 11)12
TO BEGIN VllrIK
ON STATE CAPITOL
GOVERNOR CRUCE WILL ACCEPT
THE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOL-
MAY SNOT k t AT ONCE
Suit in State Supreme v. to De-
termine Status of Bond C rnisaion-
ers State Into Real Estate Busi-
ness. Oklahoma City Ok. Feb. It!.- I'n-
der terms of the capital location bill
passed by the third Legislature Gov.
Crucc will accept the $100000 voted
by Oklahoma City Monday and 650
acres of land subject to approval by
It. Is proposed to liesin work within
thirty days after payment of the mon-
ey. Local people assert there will he
no delay in convertina the bonds into
rash. They have to be aproved by
the Attorney General as ex-officio
bond commissioner for the state and
will probably be involved In a law-
suit. The Attorney General now lias
a suit in the supreme court to de-
termine whether the bond commis-
sioner is required to pass upon tiond
issues of a town bavins the commis-
sion form of Government. Gov. Crura
-announces that he has authority to
receive the situation as it. will be ten-
dered by the Capitol IMildins com-
pany which made the first asreement.
with the Legiulature. He will how-
ever submit the plans to the Legis-
lature for approva' or rejection.
If the recent bond issue proves val-
Id the state will soon find Itself in
the city real estate business and will
have a large number of town lots to
place on the market. The Capitol
Commission composed of the mem-
bers of the state hoard of public af-
fairs will supervise the construction
of the capitol and the handling of all
moneys derived from the sale of lots
in the capitol site. The present plan
is to have the commissioner of the
land office of which Gov. Cmee Is
chairman pell the lots in the same
manner as town lots are sold from
school Tands adioining townsites. with
the exception that there will be no
preference rights to consider and the
sales will be outright. The state ex-
pects to begin ths ronst-urtion of the
capitol with the $100000 recently vo-
ted and to continue the work as mon-
ey f. realized from the sale of town
lots. The Legislature may be aslced
to supplement this fund with an ap-
propriation from the sale of the lots.
The Capitol Commission is compos-
ed of Lon Frame Kugene Morris and
MONEY TO LOAN
.Not Much Rut Some
.Not Cheap. But (iood
Farm l.oaos Only
Potlorf Blilji. M. D. SMITH
Let us Have Your Neiv
Year's Sheh'ina Counters
Tables Cabinets. Show
VJindowsF'txtures - Class
Put In at
Hunt's Plaoing Mill
THE NEW ROYAL THEATRE
"THE LONG ROAD" Biogriph
i Beautiful Drama)
"A RUN ON THE BANK" Selif
.Comedy Acted by Moving Picture Exhibitors.
"A RURAL CONQUEROR" Lubin
(Comtdy Featuring Florence l.r nre uj Arthur .lobaiun
KIDS' KANDY MATINEE SATURDAY
IK. li. Howard ubn also aiv members
! of the Board of Public Affairs and
who have had considerable exiicricnce
in inircliasiiiK materials mul lettin;-!
' coutracls and in tin- construction of
I state ImUIiiiBS. This hoard for so-
lera! montbs bas been gatlicrins infor-
mm ion from
I most modern
other states as to tin
ideas in capitol biiildin'-;
and also has been .natlierinu data on
the various kinds of material pro-
! din ed 1n Oklahoma whbh would be
available iir capitol building purK).ses
iand tlie lowest cost of such materials.
One Kianito-prodiiclni; company has
offered to furnish all the jiranhe for
the capitol buildinu free of cost to
the state. Warden Dick of the state
penitentiary has offered to place at
the disposal of the state a lare num
ber of skilled workmen confined in j
the penitentiary who are beinK util- j
ized in the construction of the slate
prison hundinns at .McAlester. Thef
labor unions however generally are
. opposed to the utilization of convict
I labor in the construction of the caii-
;tol and propose to put up a bard fUht
I against suc h a policy. Gov. Cruce
jhas not declared himself as to wheth-
er he will favor convict labor on the
Tue funds for the platting and ad
vertising of tlie capitol aiumion ioi
must lie paid from the capitol fund
created by the $U0000 bond issue
and the sale of lots. If the sales force
of the School Land department should
be utilized in selling the lots it will
not lie done at the expense of the
school fund of the state. The Capitol
Commission already have received a
number of applications from persons
who desire commissions to sell town
lots for the state on a commission
basis. The commission also has re-
ceived a number of Inquiries as to
tlie price of lots. However It has not.
determined how the lots will be sold
and will not do so until the money
and land is turned over to the state.
The governor has received legal ad-
vice that he is authorized to carry
lout the state part of the present plan
.without an appropriation of the funds
j by the Legislature
JUDGE LAilNG IS
DEAD AT TRENTON
UNITED STATES CIRCUIT
JUDGE IS VICTIM OF
Trenton N. J. Feb. I'nited
States circuit court judge William
M. Lansing died her. today front
j heart trouble. Lansing with judges
Cray and Kuffington was to havi
heard tlie government's suii against
j toe L'nited States steel corpcraiion
j and subsidiaries.
I DIED OF PNEUMONIA.
Remains of Daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Max Kahn to be Buried Here.
The little 1 1 mouths-old dii.gkte;-
of Mr. and .Mrs. Max Kahn died yes-
terday al their home at Coalgale ami
the remains will be brought to tlrs
c ity for interment. Mrs. Kahn s a
sisu r o.' Mrs. M. Goldman and Mrs.
Joe Weiss of this city. The remains
will be taken to the home of Mrs
(ioldmuu on C street northwest and
the luneral will be held at her home
Sunday morning and interment will
be" had in the Hebrew cemetery of
tli Is- city.
Death was due to pneumonia.
BARRELS OF MONEY
to loan uuirkly on farm propertymiy-
wherr in Oklahoma. i:easoiiahlerait
and terms. Write me.
OLLIE W. ANDEftTON
P liil Tel. Kids. Ardmore. Okla.
I Inspect my lloan?
SURE HE IS DEAD
WITH TEARS STREAMING DOWN
HER FACE SHE DENIES "CLAIM-
ANT" IS HER SON.
SHE IST000 BK. HIS SIOEjSEARCH FOR THIRD POT
In Trembling Voice Kimmel's Mother I
Says Her Instinct and Mother Love :
Would Tell Her if "Claimant" Wa
Her Son. '
. Louis Mo.
Kslclle Kiinm. 1
lilt's wit ncs.-es.
Keli. lit.- Mrs. Julia
the last of the plain-
look the stand to
day in the trial of the Kiminel insiii-
aiief case. She is tile mother of
George A. Kimniel.
Mrs. Kiminel and the man who
claims to be her sou stood side by
side before the jury for comparison.
"Is that man your son?" demanded
Attorney S. X. Taylor.
"He is not my son." replied
mother in a hard firm voice.
"My instinct and molher love'
testilied with Ktreaniing eyes
a trembling voice "would tell me if j person who witnessed the crime kill-
he is my son bon of my bone and ! ed him. Kickels and the girl hav
flesh of my flesh and I would rec- ! been missing since V.'ednesd i and
"You feel absolutely sure then" she
was asked "that he is no longer
"Yes T am sure my son is dead."
Ardmore Couple Too Young. :
Today's Kort Worth Record says:
When a' young man and young wo-j
man both under age eloped to Fort j
Worth from Ardmore Okla. 'Wednes.
day evening they were refused a li-.
eense to wed by Assistant County i
Clek Hose. Itelieuhig that the police j
are all powerful they applied to Chief .
of Police Kenfro with a request 1 hat
he force the clerk to issue a license
but Imp Why Not. prevailed and the j
chief was unable to do anything.
One drunk and one vagrancy case
completed today's doings in the mu-
nicipal court. The regulation fine
was Imposed in each case.
Meningitis Patient Better.
The little daughter of Mr. C. "W.
ISyers who is suffering with menin-
gitis is considerably better today.
Or. Hardy expresses himself as feel-
ing quite confident of the patient's
FOUR MEN WERE CONVICTED OF
KILLING FRED GUELOW IN CHI-
CAGO. Chicago 111. Feb. 11'.. The murder
era of Fred (Suelow were hanged her.'
this morning. Frank ami Kswald
Shiblawski were hanged at 10:1 S aid I
'Philip Sominorling and Thomas i
Sliult. at 1u:4'.i.
A fit : li hanging occurred here to-
day when Thomas Jennings a negro
convicted on linger print evidence of
i be murder of Clarence Miller a rail-
way official paid the penalty. .lei.-
nings was the only one of the five
men reiiuiriiu assistance to mount
the scat fold.
Rt Jumbo Celery Fresh
Tomato . Mustard Greens
Cauliflower. Turnips Fresh
Peppers Radishes. Pump-
kin Yam Potatoes.
Will C Scrivner
Grocer Phone 253
KANSAS FARMER AND HiS STEP-
DAUGHTER FOUND MURDERED
AT THEIR HOME.
Gin Had Been Shot in the Back of
the H.ad and Her Step-Father's
Head Was Crushed With a Blunt
Topclia Kan. Keb. n; Kvideneo
ol Hi' murder of Clara Slickiiey a
seuou! uirl ag d II. ami her step-
I I'll.' John 1. Rickels whose hodic.4
foinil in a slough on the lib k-
I I . I a ni. eight miles north of Topeki
"!.-;day afternoon tend to show
thai Uiokels was attacked with some
kind of a blunt instrument
beiiu: erhed in. anil that
was shot in the hack of
officers are searching for a third
I person who is believed lo have killed
! Itiekels. It is believed that Itickels
killed the girl and that some oilier
suspe-ioii of foul play was first
ed Wednesday evening when the j;ii
(''ni not return from a school. Her
ftep-fat'ier also had been missing al'
day. A search was Instituted yester-
day morning and the bodies found in
the afternoon .
ANOTHER WRECK VICTIM.
Number of Fatalities in Pennsylvania
Wreck Increased to Four.
Hifitington. 1'a. Feb. 1G Tito num.
her of dead as a result of the wreck
of the Pennsylvania Limited Kxpress
at Warrior's ftidge yesterday was
increased to lour
I ander Serwnt of
today wh n A b x-
New York a negro
porter died at Washington.
none of tli
' other injured will
Regular meeting to night. Ibisines.i
of importance. All memlers ar
urged :o be present.
CI.KMMIK MAItTIN Guardian.
CW.UK SMITH Clerk.
Another Dynamit'ng Arrest.
Saratoga X. Y.. Feb. 10. On a
charge of conspiracy in transporting
dynamite William K. Benedict wad
arrestcTT near here today.
MANY COLLEGE MEN
WARDEN PLANS TO USE EDU-
CATE DCONVICTS IN CONDUCT-
ING NIGHT SCHOOL.
Walla Walla Wash. Feb. Hi-
('en Keei of tin- Washington
peniteuiiary said todav that hi
college gihduales serving
his in-tituiion. From them
ile will choose educators to loniim t
the prison night school which is now
undei consideration by the state bounl
of prison control.
Plenty of fine red i ust proof seed
oats at Campbell Campbell's North
Caddo street. ii;:
IN WASHINGTON PEN
T O M
In all kinds of
TOM ECHOLS. Grocer. Phone 673
TO BEGIN ON WATERWORKS.
As Soon as Bonds Are Sold Will Be
Done With Home Labor.
N'im that tin- bond issue proposi-
tion has been voted tilings will lie
pushed along with the greatest x--silile'
speed. Certain preliminary steps
are lo be ta.keu before actual work
can begin on the pipe laying and the
building of tlie dam.
The bonds must first be sold and
the cash obtained from such sale
transferred to the eitj's account In
tlie loe.il banks.
Quite a number of offers for the
bonds haw been r.rened iiii to date
an Mayor Dawson thinks that the
sale of the entire issue will be con-
summated within a H'k. This is a
mailer which will require some little
time mul the mayor in conjunction j
with the board of commissioners will :
see to it that the bonds are sold 1
to the best possible advantage.
The purchasing of a first class boil-
er and engine together with up to !
date pumping machinery is another I
matter which can not he jumped at I
in a haphazard fashion. There
many good makes ol engines and of
pumps upon (he market all standard
and sold under a binding guarantee
I '" do I lie work
! 1 "" w he lo
' machinery can In
and the only ipies-
buy where lhe lies' j
1 gotten for the leas' j
j ney. Initial cost alonu is not. all
which is to be considered In this
: matter but durability and saving
i iiiiure expense anil economy ol op
When asked what his ideas were
i about having the work done by the.
! city with home labor Mayor Dawson
j said that outside of tlie installation
! of the machinery every bit of the
work would be done in that way.
: The city engineer will lie supeliii-
teudeni in charge of all the worlc
Iroin digging the ditches and laying;
; the pipe up to the construction of
j tlie dam. Such foremen as may he
j required will he employed and the
! labor both skilled and unskilled
' be done from start to finish with
j men living here.
j Mayor Dawson says that from the
time the work is commenced until tlie
! line is completed the laying of the
pipe will probably not consume more
' than thirty days and that the dam
I should be completed the machinery
installed and everything in working
order in three months' time from
The board of commissioners the
mayor says all heartily concur in :
having the work done wlih home i
"Mom"' voters carried this measure J
through." Mr. Dawson wiv "home
taxpayers are the ones on whos
shoulders the e.xH'iiKe falls and home j
material and labor will lie used in !
putting the work through. !
"Outside of the purchase price ot
the machinery not a cent of the
money required in the consummation i
of this work will be spent outside
of Ardmore or Carter county."
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
lake LAXATIVE BROMO Qulnlna
Tablets. Druggists refund money If
it fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S lig-
uatnre is on each box. 25c.
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XI New Orleans m. Feb. li;.
ti The weather forecast for Okla-
:t liouia for tonight and Satur-
!i day is unsettled and colder.
Owing to the agitation in regard to lhe
water rupply there is a possibility that insur.
auce rates may be raised.
Better insure now and set the advantage c f
the preeent rates.
J. C. KING & CO.
Post Office Building Telephone No. 224
j Live Stock Bonds Accident
TO PfiDBE DEATH
OF HO OIL Hi
RELATIVES BELIEVE THAT WIL-
LIAM BERRYHILL OF SAPULPA
MET WITH FOUL PLAY.
DECEASED OIEB W SUDDENLY
Was Millionaire Oil Man
at Sapulpa Physicians
Examination of the Body
Sapulpa. OlTl.i. l'"eb. III. An ex.im-
iii of the lodv of William Iter-
ryliill millionaire owner of oil pro-
ducing laud who died suddenly her
yesterday was begun todav hv phy
sicians at the instruction of relatives
who assert that the deceased was a
victim of foul play.
GTREET CAR SERVICE
WAS 'RESUMED TODAY
' ENTRANCE OF AMERICAN SOL-
I DIERS INTO MEXICAN TERRI-
1 TORY CAUSED EXCITEMENT.
F.l l'aso Tex. Feb. 1U. Street cars
resumed running into Juaraz thJ
morning sifter a suspension of twenty-four
hours the result of a small de-
tachment of American soldiers cross-
ing into Mexico with their arms on a
street car yesterday.
Although the entrance of the Amer-
'1.. ..... .. .. - !.. ...I.
I a mistake almost a panic existed
throughout yesterday and last night
Jon both sides of tlie Hio Grande. Hun-
dreds of Mexicans in Juaraz armed
j themselves believing that an Ameri-
lcan invasion had begun.
.lack Snyder who is undergoing
treatment nt the Hardy sanitarium
a reported as being sightly improved
C. P. HALL
The Home Outfitter on
Caddo St. Phone 3b6
And is still swapping New
Goods for Old Stuff'. and
we crate ship store. and
carry the insurance for
C. P. HALL
Cornfed Pork Roast?
I'ure Pork Sausage
juicy Beef Steaks
Fine Beef Roasts
and the Best Groceries in
Tornado Plate Glass
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Easley, John F. The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 114, Ed. 1 Friday, February 16, 1912, newspaper, February 16, 1912; Ardmore, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc145790/m1/1/: accessed October 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.