The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 102, Ed. 1 Tuesday, February 4, 1913 Page: 1 of 8
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ARDMORE OKLAHOMA. TUESDAY EVENING FEIMUARY41913
JOHN PAUL FARREL ADMITS
SENDING BOMB TO THE HER-
MRS. HtRREA KILLED
Wcman Killed and Husband and Wo-
man Boarder Injured Other Mys-
terious Crimes Solved by Confess-
iorNf Farrel to the Policy .day.
rtl janitor confessed today th tg ?
se nt Bernard iHerrea the bomb
resulted !r. the death of Mrs. Hek
and th3 scious Injury of Herrea a -Mrs
Fughtman a boarder. s-
Farrel then calmly said hey sent
the bomb which killed Mrs. Helen
Taylor a year ago adding that Mrs.
Taylor was his daughter. Next Fa
rel solv.d the nvstc. of the dea
cf Judge Ross Likely by a barab and
the death of "Kid" Walker Stain
He said he slew' Mrs. Taylor be
cnuse she his daughter had gone
wrong. "Kid"' Walker he declared
vas killed by a man named LeStrangc
lecause Walker had caused Mrs
The bomb was sent to Ross Likely
tv a man known to Farrel as "Tony"
because the judge tad sentenced n
unnamed criminal to twenty years.
Herrea's life was soupht 'jccauii
Herrea said he would Obfharge Far-
rel as janitor.
LAWTON PASTOHS TAKE wCTION
Itsue Appeal to Eliminate Objection-
able Entrtalnment Forms.
Lawton Okla. Feb. 3. Social Jim-
ces either public or private tho to-
claV card game and th9 Sunday thea-
ter along with any inunoral r im
morally suggestive show at any time
are offioii'1) placed upon the mor il
black list of the Ministerial associa
t:on by formal action taken by that
association. At a meeting held today
the action came in the form of a res-
olution which not only condemns the
dance card game and Sunday thea-
t. f. but calls upon all Christian peo-
ple and all lovers of morality gene-
rrlly to join the ministers In their
f:ght to eliminate the alleged objec-
tionable features from the city's
forms of amusements.
ANOTHER OIL ADVANCE.
Pennsylvania Company Advances
Pittsburg Pa. Feb. 4. The South
Pennsylvania Oil company today an-
nounced that Penn Crude was advanc-
ed to $2.47. Other grades also as
fellows: Mercer Black Newcastle
nr.d Corning $2.00; Caball $2.07;
Somerset $1.35. No change is an-
tic unced in England.
Wth the Sick
Catherine Rose the little daugh-
ter of Mr and Mrs. B. L. Rasor of
Fourth avenue northwest who haa
buen quite ill with bronchial pneu-
monia is reported slightly Improved
PRESIDENT TAFT TODAY SIGN-
ED "LOAN &HARK" BILL LIM-
Washington D. C Feb. 4. "Loan
sharks" in the capitol credited with
doing an enormous business among
government clerks received a blow
when the president signed the "loan
shark" bill today limiting their
charges and also those of pawnbrok-
ers to one per cent per month. The
p: ssage of the bill has been fought
lcr years in congress. The money
1-ndeis appealed personally to the
I'ros'.dent to veto the bill.
Jews Want Russian Names.
St. Petersburg Feb. 4. The right
of Russian subjects of the Jewish
faith to assume ordinury Russian first
names and to confer them on their
children instead of those recognized
as characteristically Hebraic is to be
brought before the senate for deci-
sion by the Ministry of the Interior.
The custom has recently grown
among Russian people of this reli-
gious sect to resort to the use of
ordinary names in order to avoid
business and social embarrassment
The Ministry of the Interior has hith
erto held that while a man could not
arbitrarily assume another nams
than that entered on' his record at
his birth nothing could prevent He
brew parents from conferring on their
children non-patriarchal names.
The Holy Synod has objected
strongly to this custom and as
consequence of this the ministry is
appealed to the seriate and a decision
is expected shortly.
Crowds at the Mardi Gras.
New Orleans Feb. 4. New Orleans
is crowded with visitors from all
tarts of the United States who will
'. ke part in the great Mardi Gras
nival tonight. All Incoming trains
filled to capacity and the city
t .; reparei to usher in the lenten
season with an unprecedented pro-
gram of gaity. Boxing contests and
all possible forms of amusement have
been planned for the benefit of the
visitors. The shopkeepers and ho-
tel proprietors are delighted over
the prospects of malting up for the
losses business has suffered during
the dull season.
STANDARD OIL DISTRIBUTES A
BIG SUM OF CAPITAL STOCK
r7Sw York Feb. 3. John D. Rocke-
feller is $10000000 richer today than
he was yesterday. Of a special div-
idend declared by the 'Standard Oil
Company of New Jersey this amount
approximately represents his share of
a total distribution of $39332000 on
the companys' capital stock at the
rate of $40 a share.
The huge "melon" comes as a re
sult it was indicated in a statement
given ' out by the company of the
supreme court dissolution decree.
This necessitated the 'payment to the
parent company of vast sums owed
to It by former subsidiaries.
$1000000 to Stockholders.
"The companies have made pay
ments" the statement says "from
time to time as able to do so from
moneys raised by the realization of
assets on Increase of capital stock."
In round numbers the total payments
to stockholders Mill amount to $1-
Announcement w'as made today that.
stockholders of the Continental Oil
Company will meet at Council Bluffs
Iowa on 'March 6 to 'vote on a pro-
posal to terminate the corporate ex-
istence of the company. The com-
pany was organized in 1884 and was
formerly a Standard Oil subsidiary.
Fire Drill 'at Ward Schools.
The teachers in the several ward
schools in this city put the children
under their charge through fire drill
this afternoon. Everything is said
tc have worked as smoothly 'as clock-
work. In three of the buildings all
the children passed out in one min-
t'te's time to each building. In the
Jefferson school the building Iwas
emptied in forty-two seconds. Two"
of the buildings contained three huu-1
dred children each one three hun-
d-ed and fifty and the fourth four
bindred and twenty-five. In the
building where the quickest time was
re-corded the children really thought
taat the building was on fire but.
notwithstanding this they adhered
strictly to the rules of discipline
which had been taught them and
left the building in the most orderly
The tragedy of life Is indecision
They bury sulci Jes at the crossroads
for that Is where lurks all tragedy
the indecision of which way to choose.
E. Temple Thurston.
Want ads get resulta Read them
BOMBARDMENT OF ADRIANOPLE
BEGUN SCUTARI IS FALLING.
DRIVE OUT THE TURK.
Sofia Feb. 4. Some quarters of
Adrianople are in flames as a result
ot the bombardment. The Bulgar-
ians and Servians have resumed the
attack with Intensity according to
advices received here from the front.
London Feb. 3.-The Balkan war
has been resumed. The bombard-
ment of Adrianople began at 7 o'clock
Monday night and a small skirmish
occurred at the Tchaltalja lines. The
armistice had lasted exactly two
months. Bulgaria has turned a deaf
ear to the remonstrances of the pow-
ers and unless Turkey yields to the
Ealkan demands the allied armies
will now attempt to drive her com-P'.c-tely
cut of Europe.
According to a dispatch from Bel
grade Monday night Scutari already
is on the point of falling. It Is re-
ported that the Turkish commander
has sent two representatives to the
Servian commander to propose the
cupitulation of that town.
Dr. Daneff head of the Bulgarian
delegation in an interview in Paris
Monday night said he had promised
Sir Edward Grey the British for
eign secretary that If the Turks Im
mediately accepted the allies' condi-
tions they 'would conclude peace but
whatever happened there would be
wo further armistice.
Sir Edward Grey had a long Inter
view with the king Monday after
wtich he attended a brief meeting of
the ambassadorial conference but
nothing of Importance was transact-
Osman Nazim Pasha -the second
TtrkiBh delegate will leave London
Tuesday to resume his ambassadorial
duties at Berlin. He said Monday
evening that from information receiv-
ert from military sources he believed
the allies underestimated the condi-
tion of the Turkish army and would
find themselves confronted by a re
doubtable enemy the best Mussul
man warriors veterans from Arabia
who had fought under Izzet Bey and
tried soldiers and good marksmen
lutejy engaged1 In Tripoli under Enver
Bey. He added:
"The ambassador was right who
predicted that if driven to despera
tion the Turks would fight like wild
SOUTH BOUND TRAIN ON MIS
SOURI PACIFIC WRECKED AT
iSedalia Mo. Feb. 4. Joseph C.
Altemuller engineer and Patrick
Curran conductor were killed when
a southbound mixed train on the
Missouri Pacific was wrecked at a
coal camp twenty miles south of
here. An engine and two cars roll-
ed down an embankment. Harrv
Simmons fireman Jumped and es
caped with slight injuries.
There Are More Foolish Buyers
Than Foolish Sellers. Why?
If you had something for sale you would know first what the
article cost you and second just what you wanted for it. You
would not sell it to the first person trying to buy It unless Jyou conld
get your price.
But are you as careful as a buyer? Most people are not and from
this lack of care arise much complaint. That which is done hastily
is usually not well done; what a first glance seemed to be wool turns
out to be shoddy; a shapely garment loses its fit after the first
laundering and so on. Bad ware is never cheap. Do your shopping
with thought and care.
Read the advertisements of the reputable merchants advertising
n THE AKDMOREITE today; read them closely and persistently
every day; shop with these merchants and you will have no causes
(Copyright 1912 by J. P. Fallun.)
TRIAL OF WIFE CHARGED WITH
MURDER WILL BE HELD THERE
MAY BE DELAYED.
Tulsa Okla. Feb. 3. Mrs. Laura
M. Reuter. charged with complicity
in the murder ot Charles T. n.outer
a Tulsa attorney in the spring of
1912 whose triul was set for today
in the superior court here was grant-
ed a change ot venue by Judge Maur-
ice A. Breckenrldge.
'By agreement of attorneys the
dial will go to the district court at
Bartle8ville and may be delayed sev-
eral months on account of the change.
Two already have been convicted
ot complicity in the Reuter killing
Guy D. Mackenzie and Joe Baker.
Bud Belew who turned state's evi-
dence was granted immunity but
will be called to testify in the Mrs.
Testimony of Belew in the Mac
kenzie and Baker trial asserted that
the Reuter murder was carefully-
planned and that Mackenzie and 'Ba-
ker by the aid of an automobile trip
out of Tulsa on the night of the
killing attempted to establish an
Intimacy between Mackenzie and
Mrs. Reuter was alleged in the testi-
mony of Baker and this as a motive
will be asserted by the prosecution
in the Mrs. Reuter case when it
comes up for trial.
; NELSON CASE IN APRIL.
Supreme Court Wont Pass on Con-
tempt Case Until April.
JefTerson City Mo. Feb. 4. A Re-
view of the habeas corpus application
In tne contempt case against William
R.. Nelson will probably not be made
by the supreme court before April.
Attorney Walsn for Mr. Nelson find-
ing the court en banc adjourned re-
turned to Kansas City leaving the
case to take its regular place on the
FELL OVER CLIFF.
Body of Young Business Man
' Cleveland Found Today.
Cleveland O. Feb. 4. The body
of S. Homer Evert a young club and
business man who mysteriously dis-
appeared Saturday was found this
afternoon on the lake shore at Lake-
wood at the foot of a high cliff. It
h believed that Evert when taken
sick at a "house warming" wandered
cut in a daze and fell over the cliff.
ONE OF WOMAN'S CHILDREN
WAS TO HAVE BEEN MARRIED
Lebanon 'Mo. Feb. 4. Mrs. Guj
Reichmeir killed her two children and
then herself in a fit of despondency
today. One child was five and the
other two. An elder daughter Hazel
aged 16 was to have been married
Said He Was Hungry.
For seven days and lights a city
prisoner with a fine of fourteen dol-
lars hauling over him has lain in
tho city jail and refused to Join the
movement of keeping tho Ardmore
st'oets and alleys in the pink of con-
d'tlon. For seven nights this ward
of the city has slept with a stomach
which has cried aloud for other fare
than berad and water because for
seven long and weary days the staff
of life and the liquified solution from
Ciufdo's muddy banks has constitu-
ted his bill ot fare.
This morning the obdurate one cap
itulated. Ho assured the warden at
the city jail that the man who said
that civilized man could not live with
out cooks knew whereof he declaim-
ed and said that if he were given a
square meal this morning and an as-
surance that others would follow in
regular order he would grab a shov-
el and make the city a good and
faithful servitor for the' remaining
tltys of the time which the police
judge had said he should donate to
the city. A steak as big as a saddle
skirt together with all the accessor-
ies of potatoes bread and butter hot
coffee etc. were served to the re-
pentant one after 'which he was turn-
ed over to A. Moore the superintend-
ent of the streets of Ardmore and
put to work. Superintendent Moore
sty s that he is making him one of
the best men he ever had to work
upon his gang.
ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE GOV-
ERNOR FAILS BYSTANDERS
Foochow China Feb. 4. A bomb
thrown at "the civil goyemor) today-
killed twenty bystanders but tne
governor . escaped uninjured. The
governor at once dashed at the
would-be assassin and arrested him.
THE DAY IN CONGRESS.
Convened at noon.
William R. Webb of Tennessee
succeeding Senator Sanders and
Morrls-fiheppard of Texas succeed-
ing 'Senator Johnston were sworn In.
Pensions committee recommended
pension oX.. $75 monthly to widow of
Lieutenant General 'Arthur McArthur.
Postoffice committee began consid-
eration of postoffice appropriation
bill delegating to a subcommittee an
amendment to provide the selection
of postmasters by primaries.
Passed bill providing for new sys
tern of army court martlals. -
Judiciary committee favorably re
liorted house bill giving court of
claims jurisdiction over southern
states cotton claims.
Efforts of republicans to secure ex
ecutlve nominations failed by tie vote
Consideration of Owen bill for
department of health was postponed
by a tie -vote.
Adjourned at 4:02 p. m. until noon
Convened at noon.
Ways and means committee In ex
ecutlve session began drafting new
'Representative Garner introduced
resolution calling on Attorney Gener
al Wickersham to submit statement
concerning . action on Texas indict
ments against Standard Oil officials
Passed Carter bill to permit Okla
homa coal companies to lease addi
tion land adjoining their present
Passed Garner bill to convey to
Texas 160 acres of Fort Brown mili
Foreign affairs committee voted to
report favorably the bill for regula-
tion of Niagara river water power.
Diplomatic and civil service appro-
priation bill carrying $3764543 re-
ported by foreign affairs committee.
Adjourned at 6:03 p. m until 10:30
a. nt. Tuesday.
T. D. Felts superintendent of pub-
lic instruction of Love county was
in Ardmore today upon business with
I the school department of this coun
ty. While in Ardmore he will be tho
g.iest ot County Superintendent
FORMER MEXICAN AMBASSADOR
TO UNITED STATES ADMITS
SHOULD TELL TRUTH
In Speech in Mexican Senate Manuel
Calero Tells His Countrymen to
Tell the Truth Though it Destroy
Mexico City Feb. 4. "I lied to the
American government for ten months
tolling them that the Mexican revolu-
tion would 'be over In six weeks. I
vas forced to invest my diplomatic
mission with domino and mask.
This statement was made by Man-
tie! Calero formerly Mexican ambas-
sador to the United States In a speech
in the senate today.
"We should speak the truth though
( destroy us. The truth Is that the
situation is desperate" he said in
SOME DOUBT ABOUT BILL.
Oklahoma City Okja. Feb. 3. The
til offered in the house of represen-
tatives by Mr. Randall of Oklahoma
county creating and establishing at
Fx ley an Industrial institute for ne-
gro boys may or may not already he
"Jonahed". Boley is exclusively a
negro town and the bill was offered
by request of negroes of that com-
munity. Copies of the bill were handed to
Mr. Randall Thursday of last week
accompanied b a note from the ne
gro delegation here requesting that
it be hurried forward that day.
"You know what we think about
Fiiday" the note ran and Mr. Ran-
dall did his best to comply with the
request. The order of business was
late that day and no opening was
offered for the bill's introduction so
it had to go over until Friday.
The Oklahoma county member laid
the copies away in his desk for In
troduction Saturday but Friday morn-
li g received . an urgent request to
"let 'er go."
"We want action as soon as pos-
s.ble" the second request said "and
vhile we have our Ideas abou- Fri-
day we are willing to take a chance."
The bill went In and if it falls to
get through Mr. Randall says he
cr.n not be blamed for he was willing
to wait until Saturday.
George Clayton one of the leading
citizens of Carter county is an Ard-
more business visitor today from his
home near Brock.
Dr. 'W. H. Martin president of Har-
grove college was called to Marietta
on business this afternoon.
The members of the Ardmore board
of education learning a lesson from
their experience of last year have
lrstalled coal heaters In all the ward
WORST ON III
TEN FEET DEEP IN PLACES
BUSINESS AT A STANDSTILL-
Tulsa Okla. Feb. 6. Northeastern
Oklahoma today is snowbound and
the 'worst storm In the history of the
o'dest inhabitants is still on.
Snow in places is 10 feet deep bus
iness here is at a standstill and .
street car service paralyzed. The
telegraph service over this section Is
ladly crippled and oil operations are
Farmers of the northeastern region
are snowed in and stock is suffering.
The crop outlook however is con-
sidered much better because of the
snow. A fall of IS inches on the
loer is reported from some sections
of this part of the state.
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