The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 61, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 17, 1912 Page: 1 of 8
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ARDMORE OKLAHOMA. TUESDAY EVENING DUCHUIitiR 17 1912
TO THE SENATE
HEARST TURNS OVER TO THE
SENATE COMMITTEE COPIES
OF ARCHBALD LETTERS.
John Eddy ' 'ndon Author Gave
Photograph -pies to Hearst
Washington D. C Dec.
R. Hearst today gave to the'-
campaign funds committee pho .-
graphlc copies of the now famous
Arclibald letters. He said lie got
them of John Eddy a London auth-
or. The articles were published in
Hearst stated that he didn't know
of whom Eddy procured them.
One letter from Senator Penroi
to Judge Archbald dated December
4 190.1 read:
"I have wired Senator Aldrieh to
make an appointment with him tu
discuss the matter referred to in
A letter from Archbald to J. B.
Foraker then United States senator
from Ohio expressed the willingness
of Archbald to former Representa-
tive' oseph C. Sibley referred to an
enclosed certificate at deposit of five
thousand dollars "sent you at the re-
quest of Mr. GrlMom. the purpose
of which you no doubt understand
Who Wants to Help the Little Ones.
Seventy-five little folks of Ardmore
are to be made happy for the holidays
If the plans fit Mrs. Curtis probation
officer for Carter county mature airs.
Curtis plans having a Christmas tree
loaded with presents for these little
people at the rest rJJm in the county
court house Monday afternoon De-
cember 23. A great many presents
have already been donated to Old Man
Santaj Claus and many more can be
used. Mrs. Curtis iwtehes to urge
vpon all who like to see little fellows
have a good time and play hide and
seek with the good old Saint whom
so many of the older head yU re-
member not to let their natural mod-
esty stand in the way hut to send In
anything in the little folk happiness
line which they may think appropri-
ate. Dolls iwdll be especiall accepta-
ble as will fruits nuts candies and
all other stomach disturbers.
And Mrs. (urtls wants to knov
how many and who among the warm
hearted young ladies of Ardmore will
volunteer to help dress the doliies al-
ready hero and which may be recelv
If any of the:n will volunteer
Curtis urges upon them not to
If. backward or overly bashful but to
call up phone 610 and whisper in her
ear when ihey will come to help with
Hammon Schools Closed.
Hammon Okla. Dec. 1.6 Owing
to the prevalence of scarlet fever
here the Hammon public schools
have been ordered suspended for a
period of two weeks. Several per-
sons are under quarantine.
SUFFRAGETTES TO ALBANY.
Ranks Reinforced at Irvlngton Today
Children Cheer Them.
Irvington S. Y.. Dec. 17.-Thelr
ranks reinforced by local enthusiasts
the suffragettes from New York re-
sumed their march to Albany this
morning under a bright sun. The
school children cheered the women
as they left here.
ARREST TWO BROTHERS.
Two Are Charged with Killing John
Hall While Out Hunting.
St. Charles Mo.. Dec. 17.-Cnarles
Deroy and brother Oscar were put
in jail here today on a warrant
charging them with complicity In
the killing of John Hall who wu
shot mysteriousy while hunting with
the DeRoy brothers on Thanksgiving
CONSTRUCTION WORK BEGINS.
New Christian Church Structure Now
Tho contractor B. II. Corlenv has
begun the wo.k of actual construction
on the $15000 Christian church build-
ins. The forms were all put in Mon-
day and now the work of running the
concrete) into the foundation Is well
under iwiay. The building which is a
new departure for this section in ar-
chitecture will be of stone and brick.
The stone about eeven carloads In
all will come from the famous Hro-
ni id d quarries. Architect White who
drew the plans for the building and
who mil act as supervising archit ct
during its erection stated today to an
Ardmoreite reporter that the building
would be pushed to an early comple-
tion as expeditiously as the weather
cenditions would permit.
ELfMlNATES FEATURES CONSID-
IWILL BE VORABLY ACCEPTED
Washington IXC T6. With a view
of retaining wluit he considers the
good features of a "hastily const ieivd
rider" on tho post office appripria-
'ion act of last year and eliminating
the objectionable requirements. Rep-f-isentatiw!
luff.- V Miit f New
York todaj Introduced a bill M amend
the so-called "nawspaiier publicity
'J ho Mott Ml. requires all ptibllshejs
to file with the postmaster general n
sworn statement giving the names of
the responsible officers and owners
that it shall rot be necessary to glre
the names of persons awning less than
5 per cent of the total amount of the
capital stock. It does not make an ex-
ception In the case of religious and
other publications and It does not
require a statement of the indebted-
ness of the publication.
The bill also omits the requirement
of giving the average number of cop-
ies sold and leaves out the provision
requiring the marking all reading mat-
ter for which money is received or pro-
mised as "advertising" which feature
I-: believed !iy many lawyers to be un-
constitutional "1 believe" said Mr. Mott 'that I
have embodied the only good features
ot the hastily considered act which
has been so p'-opeiiy opposed by the
bet newspapers of the country. 1
believe it is risiTt that the public should
know the ownetship o.r publications and
that this provision is in line with
the tendency of legislation to fix re-
sponsibility on the right people. It
is In line for example' with provisions
of tho pure food law which command
the publication of .the names of mas-
ufacturers of food products.
"But I see no reason why the gen-
eral public should know the Indented-
ness of the manufacturer. So far as
the part of the act which requires
the marking of all matter for which
valuable consideration la received Is
concerned I think that It is not only
unconstitutional but if carried out
to the letter would be ridiculous.
"I believe the best sentiment of
the country U in favor of modifying
this law to the extent Indicated in
the 1)1111 ha-i introduced.
Robbins Takes Rest.
iMcAlester. Okla. Dec. 16. Henry
P. Robbins editor of the News-Capital
in Monday's issue says editorially:
"Commencing with Tuesday's issue
the Naws-Capital will be in editorial
charge of Paul Nesbitt. Mr. Rob-
bins states that he has only had one
weeks rest in five years and that
nature has become so clamorous that
3 vacation is deemed imperative. Mr.
N'esbttt was formerly editor of Gov-
ernor Haskell s paper the McAlester
LEAPED TO HER DEATH.
Mrs. Gordon Mentally Deranged
Jumped fom Hospital Window.
St Louis Mo. Dec. 17. Mrs. Clara
Gordon aged 41 leaped from the fifth
story of the City Hospital today kill-
ing herself. She was mentally de-
ranged. Stop and read the Want Ads.
HAS MOVED STORE
A FRIEND SEES THE DESERTED
STORE AND INDICTS A FEW
An attorney whose office for year3
has been nea the Post Drug Store
realizes the los of the store mice Mr.
Tost has moved to the former Cole-
man liros. stand near the Ardmore Na
tional bank and expresses his feel-
ings in the following lines:
Oh lonesome how lonesome
Ixniks Post's Corner touight.
Sadness and darkness has gathered
Where once there (was joy and delight.
Every evening would gather
The same old clan.
For the proprietor on the corner
Was a mighty good man.
It was a good old corner
And such a congenial crowd
Where everybody Was free
To talk out loud.
I' was Post's hospitality
That made it just like home
For not one of the Clan
Was contented alone.
Mow very very pleasant
Always agreeable and kind;
And such another druggist
The corner will never find.
There can he no doubt.
It's suffered a great loss;
For further down the street
lias gone it old boss.
Sad oh how sad!
ft almost rends out hearts
To behold the fixtures
All torn In parts.
i6 1 r.E
Many pleasant evenings
But there'll be no more
For no longer is the corner
Post's Drug Store.
Just down the street
So yell yell yell
We like you Rufus
And we'll follow you to 11.
In Post's new quarters
Gathers the same old clan;
A home1 as dear.
As the promis'd land.
Such customers as these
Rufus have no fear
For business will grow better
Year by year
May you always projsper
Wherever you live.
For our hearts and our accounts
Will abide with you still.
Get Mail Service.
Woodward Okla. Dec. 16. Mall
and express service now is operat-
ing on the Wichita Falls & North-
western line from this city to For-
gan. the present terminus of the
road. New towns and rural com-
munities affected by the new serv-
ice are Supply May Gate Laverne
Denied Habeas Writ.
McAlester Okla. Dea. 16. The pe-
tition of Phony Johnson a convict in
the. state penitentiary for a release
on a writ of habeas corpus was heard
by Judge Lledtke of the superior court
and the writ denied.
Immigration Agent Dickiuaon of the
Santa Fe 'With headquarters at Ft.
Worth and Industrial Agent Brazel-
ton of the same road iwith headquar-
ters at Galveston are In the city to-
til- TL7 .
i fit: vv euLiuzr n
a New Orleans La. Dec. 17. 8
t The weather forecast for a
a Oklahoma for tonight and 8
8 Wednesday is fair. 8
WITH DEATH IF HE FAILED TO
Newark X. J. Dec. 17. Another let-
ter threatening Woodrow Wilson
with death if he failed to deposit mon-
ey in a designated place was received
recently by one of his secretaries.
It 'was unsigned and mailed in New
York December 12th. This becam.'.
known this afternoon at the a"raisn-
ment of the three men arrest 3d 10-
cetly charged with sending threaten-
ing letters to the presidentelect
THE WAR IS OVER.
CATFISH 12'2 CENTS. PHONE
359. CITY FISH MARKET. 17-2
FIFTY KANSANS TO DJIVORCE
FROM REPUBLICAN PARTY.
Topeka Kan. Dec. 17. Planning
to divorce themselves from the re-
publican party over fifty progres-
sive leaders cf Kansas are horo
today to attend a meeting called by
William Allen White.
The majority here say there is a
well defined plan to enter the 19U
capaigii with ac lean-cut progres-
sive state ticket and make the fight
as a third party.
SPECIAL FOR SCHOOL CHIL-
DREN THE GEM CAFE WILL
SERVE A 15-CENT LUNCH.
WOULD FORECLOSE MORTGAGE
Metropolitan Street Railway or
Kansas City May Go into Court.
Kansas City Mo. Dec. 17. A suit
to iforeclose a mortgage on the
property of the Metropolitan Street
Railway Company held in securi-
ty for $10200000 in bonds was
filed in the federal court here this
afternoon by attorneys for trust
companies. Default in payment is
All efforts on the part of the Print-
ing Pressmen's Union of this city to
locate the relatives of J L. Winn the
stranger pressman (who commit teed
suicide (in this city Saturday morning
have failed. The dead man has a
brother who works out of Muskogee
as auditor for the M. O. and G. rail-
way but wires to Muskogee brlii? the
response that he is out on the road
William Page court bailiff of the
district court was remembered yester-
day afternoon by the different mem-
bers of the juries which have been In
his charge during the present term or
court. The remembrance was of a
very substantial nature and was given
so the-jurors said as token of ap-
preciation for the courtesies shown
them by Mr. Page. That gentleman
v.ys he wishes the jurors each and
every one of them a merry merry
Christmas a happy new year and a
whole lot of each of them.
CARNEY WILL CONTEST.
Washington D. C Dec. 17. J. A.
Carney democrat today filed notice
that he will contest the election of
Morgan republican to congress from
the second Oklahoma district
Usbon Dec. 17 A plan to estab-
lish a military dictatorship In Portu-
gal was discovered last alght
THE WAR IS OVER.
. CATFISH 12'2 CENTS. PHONE
359. CITY FISH MARKET. 17-2
Warren Boyd Reeves the joting
man who died In this city of typhoid
fever on Sunday was .buried in the
cemetery at Springer Monday after
COTTON GIN FOR DURWC'JD.
Cld Town to Have Means of Hardline
Next Season' op
J. A. Scott the general merchant of
Old Durwood was in the city Mondiy
upon business with the county offic-
ials. While here Mr. Scott stated that
his brother A. J. Scott of Cairo will
remove to Durwooii this winter and
erect a large rnd modern cotton gin.
The gin will bo ready for the next sea-
son's cotton and it Is anticipated
will do a good business as It will
bo located in tho center of a terri-
tory where a grnt deal of cotton Is
raised. Mr. Scott's father it is stated
has donated the land for the site of
the building and tho cotton yard.
Paints for every purpose.
ARDMORH WAIiL PAPKR PAINT
& GLASS CO. 13-3
CHARGED WITH MIS-APPROPRIA
TING PRYOR STATE BANK
FU N DS $.'.8000 SHORTAGE.
Pryor Olila. Dec. 16. W. L. Jones
former president of the Pryor State
bank which failed -November 26 was
arrested hero Saturday afternoon
charged with misappropriating the
tank's fund Jones was placed un
tier $10000 bond which was furnished
by his brothsr-ln-law.
According to the report of the bank
examiner Jones misappropriated $!7.-
0(10 in cash of the bank's money and
issued worthless notes to the amount
of approximately $28000. The money
and notes it is said .was used In
promoting the building of an electric
light plant at Pryor which was father-o-.i
by Jones The greater part of the
shortag.e it is said occurred during
the past .10 days.
The bank has been reorganized and
reopened under the name of American
State bank of Pryor with J. A. I.anger
president. Mr. Langer was formerly
president of the Davenport state bank
and has been connected with the bank
ing Interests of the state for a num-
ber of years
The investigation of the defunct
institution and the reorganization of
the nrtw bank was conducted by Bank
Examiner W. R. Samuel.
It. is stated neither the depositors
nor tho bank guarantee fund suffered
any loss as a result of the failure.
Will Open Lehigh Mines.
Coalgate Okla. Dec. 16. A six-
car special carrying the vice presi-
dent of the Santa Fe Coal company
viewing the situation here In con-
nection with the recent deal where-
by the Santa Fe purchsaed the
mineB of tho Western Coal and
Mining company. From plans an-
nounced tho mines will soon be re-
opened and will give Lehigh a pay-
roll of about $100000.
Held to Grand Jury.
McAlester Okla. Dec. 16. H. C.
Selvidge of Hanna Okla. had a pre-
liminary hearing before a United
States Commissioner here' Monday on
a charge if introducing liquor and
was bound over In the sum of $300
to await tho action of the federal
Wholesale Sack Stealing.
Ed Lafter a negro of the true
black strain so far as complexion 13
concerned got busy yesterday with
the sacks of the Ardmore Oil and
Milling company. Thinking that they
were going to waste where they
were and that he would be acting
the part of the good Samaritan in
taking them to a place where they
would he of service Lafter got bus
with about three dozen sacks. Afte.
he had converted them into coin of
the realm for his own use a po-
liceman got busy with him. After a
vain effort to satisfy the police
Judge of the Innocence of his inten-
tions he submitted to a fine of l.'a.
Not having the needful nor a nec-
essary collateral to put up in secur-
ity Lafter will mingle his laughter
with that of other city convicts on
the streets and alleys of Ardmore
during the glad Christmas time.
Stop and read the Want Ada.
BlH A ESI
PRESIDENT NAMES MEMBERS OF
THE INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION
CREATED BY CONGRESS.
Taft Sends to the Senate for Confirm-
ation Three Representatives of Peo-
ple Three of Capital and Three
Representatives of Labor.
Washington D. C Dec. 17. Presi-
dtnt Taft today sent to the senate tho
nominations of the members of th
industrial comtulssion created by con-
gress to Investigate the relations be-
tween labor and capital.
Representing the1 people are Senator
Sutherland of Utah George B. Chand-
ler member of the Connecticut legis-
lature and Charles Simon Barrett
president of the1 Farmer's Union.
Representing capital are Frederick
A. Delano president of the Wabash
railway; Adolph Lev.isohn New .York
merchant and philanthropist; F. C.
Schewdtman a Missouri electrical engineer-Representing
labor aro Austin B.
Carretson president of the Order of
Railway Conductors; John B. Lennon
treasurer of the American Federation
of Labor and James O'Connell vice
president of the latte:1 organi?f.tlon.
Ten Thousan0 For Hargrove.
Dr. W. II. Martin has returned
from Marietta where he has been
hoKling an "educational rally" In
the Interests of Hargrove College.
The doctor Is more . than pleased
with the result of his Marietta vis-
it and states that he raised over
$160 for his school at the rally. An
other rally will be held In the Love
county city at an eary date at
which time it is said $300 will be
All the cities and towns in this
territory are taking great Interest
in the welfare of Hargrove. The
little city of Iione Grove contribut
ed $10 one day last week to tho
institution. If the present rate of
subscriptions should be kept up Dr.
Martin says that ( fully $1500 will
be raised during this school year
outside of Ardmore. He further
says that with Ardmore's help he
expects to see the roll grow to an
Secretary West of the Ardmore
Commercial club stated this afternoon
that the club would have for distri-
bution tomorrow a lot of twelve or fif-
teen stocks hogs. These hogs will
weigh from ninety to one hundred
and twenty-five pounds and will be
sold to Carter county farmers at a
fair price per head.
8 A SUNNY DAY.
ti The weather forecast has a
8 way of voicing sundry things
8 sometimes suggesting clover
8 hay and bees and birds and
8 springs and then again its
tt note foretells the day of stress
8 and storm It shifts from snow
8 to dusky dells from frigid
8 winds to warm. Sometimes' It
8 sings of ram and cloud of dark
8 and dreary Bky sometimes of
8 shrieking buzzard loud of
8 storm fiends howling by or
8 languid lanea that stretch
8 away of woodlands fresh and
8 green of leaves where sheen
8 and shadow play the billowed
8 boughs between. But in my
8 heart the.re is a song for any
8 days that come; I love tl-.o
8 hours when fancies throng or
8 when the gloom chords hum;
8 I welcome dew or hail or snow
8 or wind or sighing hreeze if
tt skies be dark or if they glow.
8 they're just as sure to please.
8 No matter what the weather
8 man may in his wisdom eay
8 within my heart the morrow's
8 plan ia for a sunny day.
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