The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 123, Ed. 1 Sunday, February 27, 1916 Page: 1 of 12
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I 'OLUME TWENTY-THREE ARDMORE OKLAHOMA SUNDAY FEBRUARY 27 1916. " " " "
JEHMN GiliS ABOUT VERBUN PRESIDENT WIGHt KRESS HITS DISCUSS1 '"
I ; FREB Ml IN CHAMPAGNE CHAMBER BF AND IB i IF BE1STIFF Ji L1SI1
I I "I I II f I II f 1 1 II 1 1 1 I I n 1 1 R IIP
REMENDOUS GERMAN OFFENSIVE SAID TO RF MAK
ING GAINS HOURLY ACCORDING TO STATEMENT
KLCLIVtU KKOM BERLIN.
fcrious Breaches Said to Have Been Made in the French Lines
oy uermans vvno re ngi f witn unusual l-erocity in
Presence of Their Emperor jch Lines Broken on the
Wovre Plains and Germans are -Vsung Fleeing French
There Two Hundred Yards Gaine. Champagne by the
rrencn iroops riencn ueciare tht. O'ierman Attacks
East of Beaumont Failed Despite Repc Assaults and
that Slaughter of Germans There was -rncndous
French Express Confidence that Verdun W. . Hold Out
Against Germans. Italians Admit Evacuation of Durazzo
Berlin. Feb. 26. The tre-
ndous German offensive at
rdun is gaining hourly and
w and serious breaches have
n made in the French lines.
In the presence of the kaiser
; Germans captured the hills
ithwest of Louvre Mont an
Icial statement says and the
tincations east of there. The
;r.ch resistance has been
kken on the Woevre Dlain.
the Germans are pursuing
The statement savs the
'nch penetrated two hun-
d yards of front in Cham-
WANTS TO SEE CITIZENS DIS-
PLAY LIBERAL SPIRIT IN THE
ERECTION OF HOTEL PROS-
miTrnrn ni n
LI. I tntU rLLfl
SEVENTEEN DEFENDANTS IN
LIQUOR CASES ARRAIGNED. ALL
WAIVED EXAMINATION AND
PLEADED NOT GUILTY.
Friday afternoon seventeen defend
ants charged with offenses against the
prohibitory laws of the state were ar-
raigned in district court and all waiv-
ed and entered a plea of not guilty.
They were all required to give bond
in tne amount ot $2000 for each of-
fense and were placed in charee of
the sheriff until the said bond was
! Fort Douamont Taken.
.ondon Feb. 26. The Ger-
n.s officially announce the
tture by storm of Fort Doua-
nt a Verdun fortification
ich is now firmly held. The
iture of Fort Douamont is
1 most important achieve-
hi- oinin 4 V- - lfrMrivi Jul...
. inaugurated and which for ' ? Z ceed;dt " conpyn" wlt"
y and weight of men and " m ' at'S f the ourt before
s has few precedents in the "ul l T
111 'lie first case called the attorney
T French statement savs the 'f'' th de.Vmlant ptl'red " "'"
... . LU fluastl fie ll rirmul f.n
"......i.v. iiiuii w as
overruled a demurrer was also filed
which was also overruled; then in be-
half of the client the attorney waived
and entered a plea of not guilty. This
same rule applied to every case intro-
I. S. Mullen president of the
Ciianibcr of Commerce ..pent all of
Friday with various property owners
v ho own Main street property in an
efiort to net several sites where :i
ho'el might be erected in the event
capital can be interested and lie sla-
ted yesterday morning that there is
i general disposition on the part
most of them to be liberal in l heir cl.
nrmds realizing that a big hotel will
be a bi:' asset to the city while others
lie staled were inclined to want more
than the property is really worth
tninking it was a good time to "put
on the squeeze
Mr. Mullen stated that one thing is
cc tain that the hotel committee Is
not going to stand for a "holdup."
If t he property they finally decided
upon was boosted beyond reason
I. ley would decide upon some other
site and there are several that can
hr purchased and all in good loca-
I ons at a figure commensurate with
I). A. Simpson left for Tulsa Friday
afternoon and while there lie will
talk the hotel matter over with sev
eral wealthy persons who have made
inquiries about a big hotel here and
who are evidently interested. Mr. Simp-
son has all figures plans and loca-
tions ready to present to these par-
ties and also sho wthem what Ard-
n. r re needs in the way of a hotel.
Joe iiuckins who was here a few
et.js ago sounded the rigid chord
when he advocated a hotel of not less
than 12j rooms and this suggestion
seems to meet with the hearty ap-
proval of all who are interested in
I the hotel proposition.
J. H. Sharp millionaire oil operator
was in the city yesterday In confer-
ence with President Mullen of the
chamber of commerce relative to a
hotel. He does not care to have Ills
WT" APPARENT QUIETING OF ARMED SHIP SITUATION
lan?ingRESS' submarine CRSS shifts BACK TO
CRACK SPELLERS FROM THE TWO
SCHOOLS WILL COMPETE WITH f c. .
OTHER SCHOOLS IN SOUTHERN V q "nno"?ces Un Entente Power has Replied
COUNTIES AT DURANT.
Friday night at the of lice of the
county superintendent of schools a
.pulling contest was held to select u
team of live pupils to compete at Du-
ra lit April nth when representatives
from all schools in the southern por-
tion will compete for prizes.
The successful imi'sj t.vil.i .!.
. . . . i'twj iiJhm
' were I'euri. kthlie. mul k.h.. i'iuii.r
and James .Sullivan of Lone drove
and Kssie Snow of Wilson.
Carter county has developed some
phenoins in the spelling line in the
last few years and whenever they en-
ter a contest they are almost sure
to bring home one or more of the
The Carter county teachers' associa
tion was in session Friday and Satur-
day at the high school about 75.teuc.-h-
ers from the county outside of Ard-
more were in attendance nn.l -..
attractive program wus given. Super
intendent Thurston is gratified at the
result of the meeting and states that
the teachers will be better equipped
to perform their duties this season for
- uwcr nas nepuea
to Suggestion for Disarmament of Merchant Ships But
J r . X "alure or KeP"X or Tell What Power
Made Reply General Belief that it is Italy and that the
Italian Government Refuses to Agree to Such Plan Point-
ed Out Today that Alien Liners are Pledged Not to Use
Armament Except for Defense When Clearing from Amer-
ican Ports Confidential Advices From Berlin Say Ger-
many May Ask Discussion of What Constitutes Defensive
Armament for Merchant Ships.
mv rr rn.i
IH1U I lUULL.UU
mans continue their violent
tult without regard to sacri-
b. The French war office is
fident ' that Verdun will
1. The Verdun Fortress is
. . . . . same ru
Of hil 7one tho f t dured l"e above result.
1. CnV LI' trl"dt t"e C0"inS "'-iti.n. made public at this time.
. Reuter Petrograd dispatch:;"! ' eurt w'"c" convpnes 't stated that he would build u hotel
i ine nussians stormed and o i . "" Ull: C1y of rooms if tiie citi
ured Karmancha an im-' n.v " ' " "a ot
ant Persian city. mAi on a li)""r lliaKe by
he Portuguese premier m'ZJTu""10 pny a
Vnamber of deputies urged' dour" aml s"rve tMy
!ugal to lapse the existing ' '" Htltir ""'"'
ty with Germany and pre-! " b"s werP forf"'l"d a(i
i for all evpntnalitlp T J":8"1" ssu(1- eight others
4 i. charged with various criminal nffn
and entered pleas of not
its Vlilcl Lnin ti-iwlii 11... I
tl .1 t r ...
ucimau tiLtamers requi-i
tied by Portucral. Romhs
zens really wanted such a structure
lie however is going to have a lot
to say as to where the hotel will be lo
cated and the general plans thereof.
lie further states that lie has a man
who will take a long time lease on
this structure at 112000 per year
President .Mullen stated yesterday
I before many months elapsed.
wv. ...v. DtumucuL mac ill- '.. ..( i
gllllty. " "vu "RaS 01 not tl't he was not ready to detail plans
The rrt f i....i . Piionc yet but the committee
- . .... . ..... j wa ousy up were consider!.. i ..........
. r i i .. . if last n Ehf. nnil ui-i I " " ' '"""""
- lountt Dy rne Portuguese n '-s and lie felt confident that a hotel
tle- ;wL no I": .drktt- .3r " -Hs city
tie auvices lrom Albania. ; '""uuams "
igh German sources pre- t'ases rais"d Friia' t
1 the early fall of Durazzo ' ' Z 1 " tMe part
Vultof the defeat of Ital- f t"" dM- oo
'ay the Austrians. l'"1'' !any as f"ur
I i against tiiem which necessitated the
me Admits Evacuation. rasI"B of a '"'av.v I'ond on their part.
me Feb. 26. The report
uurazzo the Albanian!
rt on the Adriatic has
MEXICAN BANDITS AGAIN
the Ital- Vauabe Horses Taken from
Will Move to Ardmore.
John C. Wolfe Jr.. of Oklalionia
jCity was liere yesterday visiting with
l the Pureed Wholesale Grocery Com-
pany and incidentally spent a portion
of the day with his former Kentucky
friend Lee Cruee. Mr. Wolfe repre-
sents the interests of the Vale coffee
people in Oklahoma and the Turcell
Grocery Company is the general dis-
in the state. For tlmf rUoknn
I Mr. Wolfe is planning to move to
Ranch Northeast of Laredo
i-arecto Texas. Feb. "K r.i. ' ..
Two Sti.amr Ri Mevirn . .. cu tributor
v utimiiis runnel r ne r:i)
ion reu. .b. Lloyd s announces ' K'lacfo rtenvides. sixty miles north-
nking of the liriUsh steamer Past "f here Tuesday night it became
y of 3000 tons and the Tummel 'known today takine nine' vi.k
)0 tons. Seven bt the crew are ''ors.-s binding and eamriur tu0 Basket Ball at Sulphur
P- l'"' attendant am! . T1"' 'liRh school basket ball team luff
nan. me -
iMo Grande. yesterday for Sulphur for a game
witii tne school in that citv. Amonz
ik'.!'-man Losses Enormous
ion. Feb. 1'6. The great battle
n the Frencli and Germans for
tion of Verdun continues. Heavy
have been sustained on both
The Germans claim to
tl moro- than in nun
ILL- AT SAME T.'ME;
the big drive' be J; Z"!0:U:..Wm :.e
' . . "ie same tune a We.-U
uich rennrij ram !... .1... i " Be' ago
" utr" I'xi.iy at almost the same hour
;sscS exceed l0oo men. and ! had been married
ie French lines are still un-' "
j Former Merchant is Sentenced.
outline. Okia.. Ke:. -V tn i
jtliohe who left here for the game were
i Missi s Jjy Moore. Saleta Fielder lion-
SAME TIME ni Huston Verna Freeman. Franrp.
j Gorman. Cora Dyer and Elizabeth
Feb. 2.;. James 1 Mvi r. I'ri.f M.;ui UH ir..r ...
The Germans attack late
IV whs ri'nii!l i
- " " neavy
according to the French re-
ihe artillery dud which has'
. progress since that time is
sity U also the mother or pr
'd States I'oiir. h.. ......... f!.i?
! .it. tutirt.i
Judge Cottoral sfnti-nred H. S. LuV
oitz an Oklahoma City m-rciianr.
to fourteen months in Hie fdral i f"int is a
penitentiary after conviction on a
charge of holding out assets in a
The School at Cheek
W. L. Harris teacher at Cheek was
an Ardmnre visitor yesterday. Mr. Har-
ris says Cheek has the lareest en.
ri.lim. ut this year it 1ms ever had and
term is the first that ni.oj I
the use of an assistant teacher Mrs i mu
Frank Little whose home fa a. d...
-sitant teacher. Of t).
f.u o. 1.im. r.upns m the county it
seems that Cheek iias received Its full
Prof. Faulkner's Address.
Hy A. A. Bagwell
I'rof. A. S. Faulkner president of
me Muti.Murn slate normal deliver
ed tin address to the Carter count v
teachers' organization nn r.-t.i.v. i..
which was truly remarkable and prac
Speaking of t lie present unrest he
showed that such a condition was his-
toiically characteristic of changing
epochs. The time when men were
blindly partisan and loval to nolitlcal
or religious organizations and tradi
tions is passing.
Men are measuring their sinnm-i
to institutions by the results ol.t:.i..e.l
or indicated bv those 1 M Sit f 1 11 1 innu 1 1
view of the supporters' needs The
acid test of results' is Imitiir ii?..
more and more.
This again Is characteristic of
.....aging epoch. These epochs how.
ever are not sharply marked in i l).-ir
boundaries. One does not K t j
fit night in one epoch and awake next
day in another epoch. Epochs .ner
lap and merge into each other. Tl..'
changes are gradual.
This unrest and change is present
in educatiim as in oilier social activi-
ties and to education is heini? nut the
icul tests of results. . presen' edu
cation is yoing ov. r the past know-
ledge and remodeling and adapting
it to meet the new needs arising from
new cond. Hons.
Two contending ideas are nctive
mi educai.ic.il.-the cultural and the so-
rational or nrac-iie..!
One theory contends Unit tlu nil
ture of the mind without direcf p f
erence to I he ability as a breadwinrei
or producer is the object of .dura-
tion. This theory spea!:s c.f a lib
eral education. This term !i.i.-k l:r.b
! to the ages when the free men were
given a classical education or -gainst
the practical education r.en to Un-
shoes as producers. Since the slaves
did all tip. producing the only object
of education in the Grecian age fr
tne fteeni.iii was for cu!ti.r effert.
The ocational or praclic: I educa-
tion was for the slaves only.
F'resident Faulkner as.-erl-i tha'
social cl-velopnient had obliterated
. miis distinction. He contend d tin f
the cultural and vocational s'louhi
blind that culture comes im!v from
doing a thine thoroughly that in
must aciiuire the cultural through tin-
vocational. The cultured mind is the
efficient mind and the efficient mind!
is the cultured mind.
Scientific literary aesthetic insti-i
tutional and religious are the five!
lines of human development.
Any enure s of educational stuiiv i
be c hosen from these. Thee '
are th- phases c.f education and pro-
fn choosing the course of study i
from these iir.es one must be deter-1
INVESTIGATION GOING ON AND
SOMEONE IS LIKELY TO GET
"STUNG" UNDER TERMS OF
NEW DRUG ACT.
It is an open secret that more or
b'ss "dope" of nil kinds is finding its
vay to I he addicts of the drug in
ti ls city and It Is also apparent to
the stale and national officials that
some action must be taken to put a
stop to the truffle and initke an ex
ample of a few who are operating In
defiance of law. A deputy collector
for the state of Oklahoma whose
name for various reasons is with-
held has been in the city for several
days making an investigation and he
is about ready to snrine a Iran Unit
will surprise certain parties who im
agine themselves immune from arrest.
In speaking of this traffic; yester
day this man was very outtit)ken
in his deterniination to stamp out
the evil to a great extent in (his citv
...lit unliin ii lt it I.......
...... ........ in M iitinir ihiii- urril
Healing out a lilt e On the nliiel. will
no doubt receive a surprise within
a few days.
The Harrison drug act he says is
one of the best measures ever adopt-
ed to stamp out the drug evil and In
the great centers of population
where even children were addicted to
Mie liiil.it it lias worked wonders. He
sti.tes thiil Oklahoma miht as well
be free c.f this evil now as later and
he is going to do his best to get a
few who are suspected of dealing in
tiie contraband here before he lin-
h;hes his work.
Washington J). c. IVb. 2u
Secretary Lansing announced
today that one entente power
has replied to the suggestion
for disarmament on n.ninnt
ships but declined to give the
nature oi me reply or tell from
whence it came saying that
probably he would make the
replies public when all have
declined to tell what power had
made the reply it was learned
that Italy has replied and that
her answer was rfriimn.f ...
rather than conclusive.
It was pointed out that alien
liners are pledged to the un-
use of armament except for de-
fense when clearing from
I.erlm say that Germany may
ask tor a discnsinn r ...ui.
. "L mm
constitutes defensive arma-
ment and if the
raised. Lansinir savs. tha iin;i.t
Mates may discuss.
With the apparent quieting
of the armed ship situation in
congress the submiirinr.
tion shifts back to the negotia-
tions between Uernstorff and
Austria Makes Reply
Washington I). (.. i.vi. ; t.wiri.
informs the United
matider of t. submarine attarti-
the American tanker I'otrolfte In the
Mediterranean thought the ship was
disguised under the Ai.ri....
that lie fired as the ship changed Its
course as lie believed It was Intend-
ing to ram him and that the i'etro-
lite's captain voluntarily furnished
provisions to the submersible. This
information answers the sunolemen-
tary United states recjuest for more
dicta on the even
URGENT APPEAL FOR VICTIMS
DEBS HERE NEXT FRIDAY
Socialist Leader and Orator Will Speak
at Robison Opera House
Kilgene V. Debs the socialist leader
nnil orator from Indiana will be here
speak at the Hobisoti Opera House
next Kriday night March and will
The in. .-in hers of his party here are
making elaborate preparations for his j
entertainment and it is expected that
a vast number of people will hear'
him. Kugene V. Debs Is a national fig-
ur he is a logical speaker and the 1
usual ranting whic h accompanies many '
socialists' talks are always absent
from the Debs meetings.
Men Women and Children Almost
Starving in Concordia Parish
Vew Orleans lM.t Ken. 1'6. An ur-
gent appeal for the flood victims of
! Concordia Parish where men. women
ami children are almost starving and
are clinging to the sides of the lev-
ees and house tops was received by
the relief coinnittee here today.
CITY MANAGER QUITS
Shermans' City Manager Plan Not the
Success Expected of it.
Sherman Texas Feb. L'O. -Karl M.
Mitchell city manager f Sherman
since the new government was af-
r..r. .... . I.. .
The socialist county convention will resigned to-
be held in Ardmore on Kti.h.v tere . " u.iterences of pin.
.. . . 101 with the city commission
the speaking at night and a full coun- . ""iimissiou.
ly ticket will be nominated for the!
election this tail. I
WHEAT STILL DROPPING
Calt Wen Cash Prize.
Verdun Reports Cause Decline and De-
nial Does not Bolster Price.
K. Calt. clerk of the Ardmore .; :.'' '- ;i)tt tie
W. O. W. camp has received a check Z . r'
for $23 from the Sovereign Command- d . 1 T t0'
r. which was offered as a prize to t " ' . """"" fai" l
the Woodmen clerks r fL-i " unBe.
and was to be awarded to the clerk
who maintained the lowest percent-
age of suspension for the months of
October November and December.
The local caint) at that time hal sen
mi minis and the suspension list was ' tj
!e!d below 3 per cent The camp now it
has more than l.OuO members. jit
Fossiblv the Filinin
(CONTINUED ON PAGE TWELVE) ( ly decline to be given their freedom. 8
New Orleans y;
The weather forecast for Ok- ::
lahoina for Sunday is fair and tt
warmer in the western por-
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