Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 93, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 26, 1922 Page: 1 of 6
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VOL. 7. NUMBER 93
DRUMRIGHT, OKLAHOMA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1922
FIVE CENTS A COPY
Y SUPREME COURT
TO GET BETTER
HOMES IN CITY
Mrs. Anderson, National Ap-
pointee, Receives Backing
cf Business Men.
In tlio IntoretU of better homes ft r
drumright large number* of the lead-
ing business men of the city met at
".■Mi o'clock yesterday afternoon in
the Roberts hotel with Mrs Karl An-
terlton, who has been appointed
chairman of the Hetter Home* com-
mittee in Drumright bv the national
organization, and made arrangements
this cit\. Mr*,
the situation as |
ONE JUROR FROM
Hpeclai to the Derrick
Pryor, Okla.. Sept. 26.—A special !
venire summoned this morning to j
complete the jury to try Hardy j
Smith, .negro, on charges with being '
involved in the murder of Mrs. Adair, j
white who was beaten and stabbed to
death August :• near Pensacola.
The first benire of fifty were ex- j
haustt'd when only one juror had
Fllas Ridge negro boy under sen |
''e,n<€% of death in connection with tho
j < rime Ik not in evidence at the trial
>et. It is understood that he is held
nminr guard in a private residence
rear the city and will be produced to '
testify at proper time. Ridge ma'li 1
; confession that implicated Smith. I
lor a cumpaign
"America has fewer homes than I
; uy other nation for the amount of
population. The state of mind of
American people is ut the present, j
unstable. Phe propaganda which says ,
that ronting is cheaper than ownintf j
tour own home shoul d be combatted
I) the propagunda of the opposite
side: viz, building and owning I'ett- r
Move Is National
This i3 not a local movement but I
a national one approved and promoi- !
ed by an advisory council which hob! '
luch names as, Calvin Cot) I edge, !
vice president of the U. S., Herbert
Hoover secretary of commerce:
'Jenry Wallace, secretary of agricul-
ture. James J. Davis, secretarj of
lubor; John J. Tigert. V. S. com. of
Education; Julius H. Bar,ties, presi-
dent chamber of commerce of the U.
S. and a score of others who ar •
known as thinkers and builders iii j
Need Homes Here
"To bring it down to our own city,"
continued .Mrs. Anderson, "we need i
homes, wo need confidence in our .
selves in our business and in our .
town, for without this confidence, :
how may we make the outside world \
have con fide,nee in' us?"
Then Mrs. Anderson outlined her
plan for putting on a Demonstration
1'titer Week in Drumright on the '
week commencing Oct 9 and closing
After a general discussion the
plans were heartily approved and u
motion was made and seconded to
•ti < opt aim endorse the Better Homes
1 i-monstratfcpk plan promoted by Mr«.
\ndersc.n. The following committees
Socurlug home for demonstration—
1 J. Stephenson, chairman. E. J.
Campbell, L. E. Shanks.
Equipment and Furnishing—E. W.
Holland chairman heading sub-com
mittoes on equipment of demonstra-
tion homo and furnishing and decor-
Publicity-—Home O'Dell, chairman,
bonds subcommittee on advertising
"ii'l publicity and sub-committee on
progress of events.
Hostess—Sponsored by business
«iid professional women's qlub.
Finance—John* Briggs, chairman,
subcommittee on budget for demon-
stration week .
Transportation —Frank Foster,
Among those who spoke yesterday
re E. J. Skid more, John Briggs.
Harry Cohen, Frank Miller Ij. C.
I'lexco i:,nd L. E. Slianks.
IN TOILS OF LAW
Willie Frince Faces Charges
Enough to Send Him to
Willie Prince, 23, white, one of the
most notorious characters who con '
tinues to make Drumright his head-
miartera is again in the toils of the
law. This time be is faced with three
chaiges of burglary and one of as-
sault on a young Drumright woman
He was arrested by W. 1 . Norris on
North Ohio street.
Prime who has already been iden-
tified on two charges of burglary,
and who Is charged with four differ
cnt raids, will come up for arraign-
ment some time this afternoon be-
fore Justice J 11. McDonald. It Is be-
lieved he will plead guilty of bur
He is charged with having entered
the homes of Mrs. Bob Thomelson.
George Clymer. Jimmie Martin and
Oliver Akin. Some articles found on
llu alleged thief has been Identified
by members cf two of these families
Prince will be remembered Iri
Drumright for a sensational escape
from A. F. Cllne attempted to arrest
him about five years ago in the Idle
Instead of submitting he pulled a
gun, backed up to the stage and made
his escape through the stage en-
trance. lie got a taxi man to carry
him to Cushing and then hijacked tho
Prince was later caught in Jennings
and sent down for two years. After
bis release he was caught In Drum-
tight a;id sent down again for the
robbery of a. store in Jennings. He
has been out of tho pen only slhco
COUNTY S.S.'S TO
Drumright Is Hoat—Shamrock
and Bristow Bid for
The aunlial convention of tin
Creek county Sunday school associa-
tion will be held at the Methodist
social hall all day tomorrow. Activi 1
ties commence at 10 o'clock in the
, morning a,ml close 1_' hours h'.ter, U*
iu the ev< niug.
At the convention matter* dealing
with the making of better Sunday
schools, wider visions for teachers
j jnd others end the settlement of
Sunday school problems will be taken
Peter to Speak
Those gathered here will hear J. S
Peter, of Oklahoma City, state secre-
tary speak. At noon they will be given
a banquet by the women of th ?
protestant church of the city. Fred
Sp akman will be toastniaster.
"Come along, and brirtjf your prob-
lems with you," is the slogsjrt of Sun-
day school workers who are interest- 1 w'lom three indictments w
Smyrna Refugees Arrive Safely at Saloniki
First picture of Smyrna refugees to reach America, snapped ns they disembarked at Saloniki after
having fled from the blaze that rased Smyrna after the city had been taken by tho Turks. • Notico tho
different national types indicated by costume—Greeks, Armenians. Turks and Kurds.
TOM HEINY IS IN
Thres Indictments Charging
Election Frauds Are
SHE IS INSANE
West Palm Beach . Sept. 20. -Mis
Orate Howell, who has been on trial
live different times tor the killing of
her husfttnd In BUS, was found in !
sane by a special Jury yesterday.
She was placed lj* 'be state asylum. 1
Oklahoma City. No trace of Tom
Heiny, county registrar, against
ed in the exchange of Id^as at th
Officers for the coming year will
be elected to take the place of the of-
ficers now in charge of the activities
of the Creek j-ounty organization. The
present officers are
President. F. H. Dagley, Sapulpa.
(Continued ti Last Page)
COMES TO END
Senator Watson Preferred
Charges of Illegal Hang,
ings in France
TAKE OVER ALL
Cannot Sit in Case in Which
Governor la Accused of
In tlir Derrick
Oklahoma City, Okla., Sept.
26.—Judge Mark Bozarth of
the district court ot' Okmulgee
county, was today disqualified
' from sitting in the trial of Gov-
ernor Robertson on the charge
of having accepted a bribe of
In the opinion handed down
by the state supreme court
'Judge Bozarth was ordered to
certify his disqualification at
The supreme court assumed
the jurisdiction, holding that
the tribunal has the jurisdiction
in all civil cases. •
1 H\ the Ahhoc'HI('
™ States senator
in Building Formerly
hI charging election fraud, had been # ——
New Cafeteria Is Being Opened
Heiny left the city a week after the |
grand jury went into session and be- 1
gan a piobe Into alleged"* Irregular! j
ties in the registration of voters for j
the primary this year. Deu Dajvcy,
sheriff said that warrants on the- 1 Lrmer|y oct.u|l|ed by
dictments had not yet been placed in 1
his hands. Until warrants are in the
hands . f he sheriff he can make n-j
effort to locate him, he said.
A new cafeteria in
Thomas Wateop of
CJeorgia died suddenly at his hotre
early today. Death is said to be duo
to an acute attack of asthma, from
which tho senator suffered for some
Senator Watson was in his seat
Friday when the senate adjourned,
and tri« lids thought he was showing
tome improvement Close friends and
Home Building &
:;i 7 to 9 per cent
Office 107 N. Ohio
COMES TO ENI)
South Bend Ind., Sept. 25.-^Tho
Poulin-Tlerman case, said to IT© the
most sensational legal contest ever
held in a local court, is expected t'J
come to an end today and it will be
left to Judge C. U Ducomb to decide
whether the charges of Mrs. Augusta
Tlerman that Harry Poulin is the fa-
ther of her ten months old child. ar
to be upheld. Both sides will be given
an hour for rebuttal argument who;,
court convenes today, following which
the case will go to Judge Ducomb for
BOY IS INJURED
Kale, 5-year-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. W. D. Dye of 12 Fulkerson
street, was Injured by a passing car at
: o'clock last night when he ran in
front of the car. No blame is at
tached to the driver of the car. The
; little fellow ran out from behind a
car parked .nearby in answer to a call
from his mother.
He was bruised somewhat, but no
bones were broken.
Sammy Sampson, indicted by the
' jury for illegal possession of regls-
i tration certificates, said he would be
They're all singing it now—all th * , down immediately and submit to ar-
Itotarians. They're teaching it to j regt He indicated he would make
their children—all who have 'em, . bond.
and who are not represented toe Due to the fact that none of the
warrants have been placed in the
hone's of the sheriff for those indict-
strongly in the song.
Following are the touching words:
"Ern Holland cheats all our women
Lou Allard balls up all the news,
Jim Honey makes stiis out of gas
Walt Miser drinks up all the booste
Bring back, Oil, Bring Back
Those principles laid on the
Bring back Oh Bring back.
<d in the grand jury's final report,
none of tliein have been arrested.
Diamond Theft Alleged
The story of an alleged robbery of
a negro oil millionaire of Musokgee of
a f.1,500 diamond rijag by three Okla-
homa City negroes was learned Tnea-
' day, when an indictment by the
Shelf Brand jury against Pierce W. Wins-
i lett, Jim Cage and William Christian
' was made public.
pharmacy will be ready for business members of his family were a* hi*
tomorrow at 5 o'clock. It will be tin- bedside when the end came.
«'er the managemept of George lien ' The old senator hud a stormy poll-
cricks well known in Drumright a.i Ileal career. His charges that there
proprietor of the Serve-Self cafeteria, bad been illegal hangings In th"
The new place of business will bo American Expeditionary force made
pnder the name of the Simplicity him a consplcious figure in the sen-
cafeteria. As an opening gift each wo- ate.
man customer will be given a earns- j He was a populist nominee and was
tlqp. j "Vice-president at the St. Louis con
After 8:30 o'clock the tables will ( ventfon which endorsed Bryan for
be removed and the patrons anl president fli 1896.
friends of the cafeteria will be given | Senator Watson was author of
an opportunity to dance from 8:o0 many books. Ills story of France wus
o'clock to 10 p. m. used as a text book in that coulitry.
The jazzpoter orchestra will furn o —
ish the music.
Mr. Hendricks has spent a great
That Motto of Service not Self.
"John Briggs he sells knot-holes for
dill French scpianders fabulous sums
A/wi Arthur's a first class old rascal
O, Why are we cursed with these
"'Bill Shibley sells prunes that are
and Homer sells clothes that are
Pat Cawley shoots Irish palaver
Moyd Pegffs pies are glue mixed with
Doc Starr gives you pills that w*ill
As a butcher Doc Kahle is the bent.
Doc Martin will slay you by rubbing.
\nd Stub lays the dead ones to rest
The indictment against the three
.legroes in the first preliminary re-
| port of the grand jury was kept se-
! cret until two of tho three men had
The challenge sent out to William
Lloyd Clark, anti-catholic lecturer,
by the local organization of the
Knights of Columbps was accepted
last night by the lecturer on his own
Members of the Catholic organlza
tion have been asked to take a front
seat if they wish, and listen to the |
arguments presented. However he
did not say he would agree to place
fiiOO in the bank and present the
deal oi money on his new place of
business, and it is said that it will b*
one of the finest In this part of th
IN GREEN CASE
TURKS AGREE TO
But Have Some Special Condi-
tions on Which They Still
Oklahoma City.—Not only will Mr.i.
J. c. Toibert not press charges
against her husband, but Toibert hps ;
hired an attorney to defend her In I
the event that charges are filed '
against her for the killing of Matt
Green miner-musician1, was the I
statement made late Monday by Vic- I
lor Sniggs attorney for the Tolberts I
The inquest will be held at 1 o'clock
Tuesday afternon in the court of A.
W Williams, coroner.
Officers who have been investigat-
ing the case are trying to find out
who reloaded tliQ gun after It was
fired. There were three new, bright I
| shells in tR^ nun when it was found I
I lcrced during negotiations
I by officers, they say.
Mrs. Toibert indicated in her state
By the Associated Prean
Constantinople, Sept. 26.—The
reply of the Turkish nationalist gov-
ernment to the allied peace note has
This note comprises the accept
Mice of conditions laid down at Paris,
according to word sent to Mustapha
Tho nationalists, however, insists
upon the right to conduct military
movements during the progress of
the conference and to ask pledges
off the British government that their
positions around hanka be not rein-
AFTER BIG FEEO
In Contest With Cushing for
Privilege to Be Treated
Starting with the next meeting «•'
tho Rotary club local Kotarians will
have to toe the scratch in the mat
fer of getting to the weekly pow-Wov.i%
—or treat the Cushing aggregation
to a wonderful feed at the end of th
They've got to be there at least
per cent of the duration of the moot-
Tills agTteement was reached som ■
time ago with the Cushing bo>*.
Some argumeTlf arose, the Cushing
aggregation holding out for three
months of a test while the Drumright
veterans contended that here in
Drumright a Rotarian makes his
years clean-up and Is off to Palm
; Beach or Cuba or the Mexican or th •
Canadian border in less than thr *e
months. The longer duration, there-
fore. It was argued would work a
hardship on Drumright men, while it
| would mean little to the Rotarlans of
the village of Cushing who never
leave home once in six months, per-
Anyway the test is to last for one
At the meeting of the Drumright
club held at noon today Frank Foster
was asked to give the obligations of
the club to Knox Harris, mem-
ber, of the C O. D. market. He was
romewhat Interrupted by Farmer
t'ubo Latshaw but was able to over-
come the InterrupTlon.
Mrs. Lulu D. Anderson spoke to
i lie members assembled on what Is
today her favorite subject, better
Bill Hilden, secreary of the cham-
ber of commerce of Tulsa also spoke
on town and city building.
ment that she fired from an upstairs
| argument to three judges, according lndow .uu) (hen
to the proposition as outlined in la«t .. . .
Hank frosters an up-to-date Shy lock night's issue of the Evening Der
At insurance Lee Shanks is a pest
Old Cohen sells gold bricks like hot
^iod save us from all of the rest.
Bring Back Oh. bring back
Those principles laid on the Shelf,
Bring Back, Oh Bring back
That motto of Service not Self.
Tonight 'Clark lectures on his own
gave the gun to
lie of the rortifers in *fTer house.
J. C. Toibert, held for investigation
:n connection with the shooting if
Matt Green early Monday, was rc-
!ife. Wednesday night he lectures to . leased ofl $30 appearnce bond early
men only. Admission is being
i ed nt this lecture.
Tuesday morning in municipal court
No charge is filed on Toibert.
WANTED—A substitute teacher at CLASS TO
the High school qualified to teach
Spanish. Call at the High school, or
telepone 274. 92 tf
NO EGGS FOR BREAKFAST! A QUARREL,
AND THEN A SHOT AND MURDER CH ARGE
attention business and pro-
There will be a meeting of tho
! Business and Professional Women's
club in Room 17, High school builrl-
! ing at 7 o'clock Tuesday. Sept. 26.
Every member urged to be present.
By the Associated Press
Salina Kan., Sept. 26.---Lloyd
Clifton was deliberately shot and
killed by his father, J. T. Clifton,
near here Sunday according to
the coroner's jury announcement
The son demanded eggs for
breakfast. The father refused.
The son went to the hen house to
get some, and the father follow
ed and shot him with a shot gun.
He lived but a short time. He
wa s 3a years Jd.
HAVE A PICNIC
The senior young people's Bible
class, an undenominational body that
meets at the Hig"h school weekly will
have the opening picnic of the year.
Wednesday Sept. 27th.
Every member and guest is asked
to meet in front of the High school al
6 o'clock sharp.
Moscow. Sept. 26.—Soviet Russia
in a note addressed to England, Italy
France, Greece, Rumania, Jugo-
Slovakia and Egypt proposing an im-
(Csctinued on Last Page)
Wednesday is regular meeting day
far the Lions club at the Christian
Tonight and Wednesday generally
fair. Somewhat warmer.
For Master Masons, their
Wives and all members of
the Eastern Star.
7 :30 Sharp
Tuesday, Sept. 26.
Refreshments will be
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