Daily Ardmoreite (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 177, Ed. 1 Sunday, March 31, 1918 Page: 2 of 16
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Sunday March 31 1918.
MUS. MATTYK N. IIOSK
Aufiit :iinl I'orre.spoiiiUnt
Full Carrier Service.
Marietta Okla. Marrii ;. Mrs.
I'. I.. Harper of Thackerv .v was a
1 1 u si 11 1 c Nitor to Marie: .' vester-
dav. Mr.-. Reciler Robinson jmiiloyeil
at b'r mail llnis. store .i1. Thaekcr-
vi'le. -A.t-- in Marietta I'ni'r..' to hid
areu il to lier cousin Si 1 ; tarrett.
ho "n't for Camp Traw; in enter
the : iff.
M--. J c Uohiii'-oti lt-f. c-tcrday
morn. ii) for Siu rman. T.-..;.s. She
v. il! i' o i il p a n y Mr. Rob. -on. who
has ! 1 1. in the anilari " and i-
miu'ii .niprmii1. home.
The llapii-: S'onn- M.-.V I'.ihle
fla-s vmh rlaini d llie n.i o-tlKili'-.
Hdrlis cl.ii- at ill - 1 l ine oi
Vr. and Mr-. . ". l'eii--. Friday
mil;!!'. hi. in foity wet .re-enl.
The t ine ;h -.pent with :iviic and
;am -. Red. white and I hie brick
ifc cr.'am ami ani;el lnod c: le was
serve ' .
T'r I. II. Iiiiiu-ton w i tenilcr-
fil a ;o-iii..n a- leaeher i.. llie lu-
rant N'ormal ihirint; ill summer
nioii;!:-. lie 'a nbliv;ci! to decline
a- il n li I lie nice-- a: v t him to
re ma i in M .i r i 1 1 a thU ..M.mier.
'a Man l.avinr in- a '. itit'-ville
w-iti . ' cM erda .
Si'" Siirrctt and Irhy f : ch two
rtell known Marietta hoy left Fri-
rlay :oi;ht for Camp T r: . i - . w here
l hey ... ill io i in! 'i t raining
Co.nmunity House Sc.urccl.
i .. lneelini; of the di.ailor- ol
(lie Community League. an- for a
uieeti .i; place for the C mmimity .
I. eai;:;i. ami oliice for t h . futility
:;:;i-n a ii -1 luoiii ami a niectini;
plan -ot the committee i the war
MTice activilie-. wa-. ecnrcd. llie
new liollou tile building owned hv 1
II. I .. I li anjjioit. on W 1 Main
street wa- tented. Mr. 1 'rati.ylioii j
will 1 1 iv f the huiidin'' reai'v tor of-I
fiil'aiu; in a few day-. I
The; c ha- heen need 'or some '
tiuie 'or iu-t s'ic!i a ro.o'i lor thej
purpi 'es for w hich il wii! he u-ed. '
In fa't it will he a commi.ri'.y house
v.hcri ali meetings perlainiir.'. to the
ood if the community will he held
and in addition it will he fitted up
as a vest room for th.u" coming
front the country to Ma.ietta to
trade llie visitors from tit' country
are iiv itcd to use 1 1 1 i - pli.-.' ;.nd are
as-nred of the fact that i vcrvthine
w ill hi done for their com tort thai
the Community League and the hn--i.iess
nun of the town fit do.
'I'll. 'i e will I"1 several v...- service
( omuiiiti'i's who will not n-e the
rooms from the fact 'I'. ; other
places will he mole Con . v 'elit lor
their. The ( 'ounty ("on:; '' ol I c-
feiisf v. ill have an oliice ..ith the
conn.v c liairtiiaii. J. C. lo.i ani. al
his oii'.ie up-sKiiis over ill Marietta
dim; -tote; S. e-tlieiun r eoiiutv
fhair ..an for the war si and
thrill -tamps will have a t rflife at
hi- store .mil I'. 1'.. Co' r.d food
administrator will eontiir:.' to have
hi- oi'licc at ihf I ir-t Xati"''a; K.ii'.k.
Must Restrain Chickens.
Al a recent meeting of the city
conn i! an ordinance rcii'.iirmjr own-
ers of illK-kells to keep ''.11 under
restraint was adopted. This will be
inn' niv.s in garden growers of the
;itv as : move i- on foot to get ev-
erbo;y o rai-e a garden and it i-
hard word to iaise a a.diu when
chickens are allowed to roai' at w
FUNERAL OF HAL SPRAGINS
Funeral services for tin late II
Sprauins. who died l-'ridav niitht
Temple. Texas will be held at '
o'clock this afternoon at the fam-
ily home. Ml? e-t Hro:.dwav. The
services will be under the direction
of the Masonic l.odye the Rev.
David 11. Cooper of the Hroadway
Haptist church and the Rev. R. I'..
I.. Morgan of the Hroadwav Meth-
odist church of ficiat ini;. Inter-
ment will be at Rose 1!;11 cecmtcry.
I'r. I. (i. Johnson Ki y Shores.
Mill 11. Wlilvertoti S. A. Saunders
iuy Trice and Otis Smith will la-
the active pallbearers with I'. ('.
Dins W. J'. Poland. Max West-
heimer. V. C. Haker. I.. 11. I.ove.
Joel lliichanan. (baris Rogers
Walter II. Thompson. (! 11. Clem-
ens Robert t iai denbire Hen C.
Stephens W. H. Johnson and
Thomas Fretisely will be honorary
Out of town relatives who are
here to attend the funeral are: Mrs.
D. C. Patton and Miss Catherine
Patton of Sulphur; Thomas Patton.
Company I'. 11 Ith Regiment l S.
Knginiers Camp Howie Fort
Worth Texas; Mr. and Mrs. I. W.
Gladney and S. J. Kennedy
( iainesville Texas.
OF THE PASSOVER
The Festival of Passover (He
hrew. Pesach) which i-. being oh
served by Temple F.metb congrega
tion coincides rouirhlv with the be
ginning of the spring season.
commemorates Israel' j delivery
from Kgyptian slavery. In the Jew-
ish calendar its date is fixed from
the 15th to the 22nd of Nissan
which this year corresponds with
March 28 to April 4.
Another name for this annual cel-
ebration of freedom is the Festival
of Matzoth (unleavened bread)
because throughout the feast only
unleavened bread is to he eaten lii
act all food substances that con-
tain ferment or acid nuts: he remov-
ed from Jewish homes prior to the
holy days so that there will he no
likelihood of t ranspris.sinn the I'.i-
Idical injunction against leaven bc-
itijf found in the house. Jews ol
the Reform winjr ohservi; seven days
i as against eight of the C'onserva-
! lives. Of these days t!'.'.- first and
I the last for the former the first
two anil the last two I for the lat-
ter) are ohserved as full holidays.
The intermediary four or five days
are of a lesser decree o! sacreduess.
J'lie evening of the first and .second
av s is characterized hv a special
service failed the Seder in reality
a meal after oriental fashion. The
rich symhoIiMii of this meal is to
he explained as follow-: The roast-
ed lamh hone is reminiscent of the
Passover sacrifice; the "mat.oth'' or J
unleavened bread recall
w ith which the I -raehtes
with no time to prepan
for the journey; tile
hitter herh. reminds of
ncss of the skives' liu
There are also at the u
h ft I' gypt
a roasted egg
for the ancient
which is substitute
sacrifice salt water.
suggestive of the tear-
slave ancestor- of the I
"haroseth" a mixture
and apples mit unlike i
to the mortar w hich lh'
in making bricks. The
iiioiiv is :in explanation ol llie
symbol- a recounting of Israel's
stay in I'gvpt and of his marvelous
deliverance of (iod's watch over his
chosen people throughout their his-
tory. I 'raises are sung to the Al-
mighty ami prayer offend that free-
dom may alvvavs be I -raid's lot a-
well as that of the remainder of
Whereas. ( iod has
reinov e from our mill
Sovereign. Mrs. Wrd
w herca-. our heart - h
t our belovei
i n 1 1 1 1 1 ami mai
our dear friend w
well we can only
1 1 : III. vv ho dm th ;
Whereas l!e it
the death of Mrs.
members nf Mane
ho in we loved
liv to submit
.11 things well
Xf w man. we 1 1
lu-ster Grove N
.vs Woodmen ( 'irele
and loving friend
lost a kind
member who wa
spond when call
ever ready to re-
I upon : and su.
leaves a memory that will be c
i-heil and remembered a- Ion:
He il resolved. Thai our deepe.-t
svtnpathy be extended to the be-
reaved husband and little daughter
and we want them to know that we
ever think of them in their sorrow.
He it resolved. That a copv of
these resolutions be spread upon the
minutes of the lirove and to the
Daily Ardiiioreite. and a copv -nil
to the family.
I omr.iiltee :
I. aura Aston.
I. ota I-. (.'a l petiter.
MUSTARD. SPINACH AND
TURNIP GREENS. W. J. LANE.
It rail it in Tlri Dally ArJmoreite first.
(iood ('lollies Ad.Vice
always suggests Newness the beginning all
over again of a New Summer New Leaves
New Flowers New Verdure new thoughts
newer and better plans over the old. The
"Old Earth" indeed begins to take on her new
vestments of (Ireen and
The B & M windows
suggest this same newness
in Spring Clothes for Men and Boys bright
soft awakening colors. Our New Suits ex-
press Spring they're bright and gay not
gaudy but very cheerful.
Value as big as ever Variety bigger the
stocks are the most complete in Okla. City.
And when you ask for Society Brand
and Stein-Bloch clothes at the B&M you get
fitted particularly for your particular build
not just a suit cut along certain chalk lines to
be altered for any figure.
Our 19 Years of studying these details have
given you 19 years of Splendid Clothes mer-
chandising service backed by our
19 YEARS OF RELIABILITY
"19 Years of
Posters for the third Liberty loan
have been received by Wirt Rrank-
lin Carter county chairman. Oth-
ers w ill come at i later date. Those
received are of two kinds the larger
one being a plea to the people of
America to aid in the war for dem-
ocracy by purchasing government
bonds and to make the world a
decent place in which to live. This
poster is strikingly done in red and
Idack. showing in silhouette against
I a lurid sky. a sipiad of American
1 soldiers going over the top.
; over the top em-
need for the Ameri-
10 are at home to do
i phasizing the
can people w 1
i their part.
! The smaller poster i- in soft
j brow n tones and show s an Ameri-
can battleship ready to start on the
! vovage overseas beneath it is in-
j "Provide the
! l.ibertv bonds."
mews ot war.
NOTED MOUNTAIN CIMB-
EPS" LONG FALL RECALLED
When '."hree Brothers Fell
irtet on Mont Bla.r
London. Feb. 21 (l!y Mail).
The Rev. A. S. W. Young who has
ju-t died at bis home on the Thames
was the last survivor of three broth-
ers who won the attention ot the
world in 1K(( by making tile first
a-cetit of Mount P.lanc without a
guide. On their return journey they
fell 2.0IHI feet over a precipice one
of them being killed but the other
two escaping practically unhurt.
The three brothers Young at
l'tes and experienced mountaineers
announced their intention of climb-
ing Mount Plane at the most dau-gi-roiis
season of the year. All en-
deavors to dissuade them failed and
in view of the great danger of the
enterprise the main streets of Cha-
iuonix were thronged with specta-
tors and telescopes were much in
Towards 11 o'clock the three
brothers were discerned looking like
A. 0. P0TT0RFF
AUTO AND MACHINE WORK
111-113 South Mill St.
Free "Pulling" Service.
We go get you any time
any place. No charge if car
comes to my shop. First-
class mechanics. All work
guaranteed. Second hai.rt
cars bought sold ar.d ex-
changed. From the li&M. Okhi. Cilv
Send In your
pygmies far tip on the loftiest ter-
I race of the Grand Plateau climbing
w ith remarkable vigor. They disap-
peared in the "Corridor" and were
lost to view for an hour when theyl
reappeared and were seen standing Italy's Coal Shortage
together on the extreme summit of v . .. c ... .
... .... i i i -New ork Sun: lod.iv as al-
Mount Wane. I hey remained there ;
for a few minutes 'and then began wa-vs- il " handicap of Italy is
the descent. ''er shortage of coal. Whether her
Suddenly all three vanished and I ""I'tcrranean fires made Us forma-
instant later thev appeared 2.0(10 ! tlon ""possible or whether they
feet below. One' of the trio la(l ; consumed it slowly alter toimation
slipped on the edge of a precipice ! '"logtsts must say. In normal
and the brothers being toped to-! "'es we have to keep the home
(ether hitc shot ilnuii Ml almost
i.r i;.lnr J. f ier. t r lioh.t!11 HrC Vt'XatlOUS IS tllHt 1111-
where it lomed the border 01
upper glacier. Horror-stricken the
watchers below presently saw two
of the nun rise to their feet and
for two and a half hours they bent
over the prostrate form of the third
who seemed inert.
Then the two. one walking with
great difficulty began the laborious
descent leaving the lifeless body of
their brother. It was dark before
they reached the "Corridor." and
they did not reach a safe stopping
place until about three o'clock in
the morning. A rescue party from
Chaiuonix afterward recovered the
body of the brother whose neck had
been broken hv the tall.
New Yorker Falls to Death.
New York. March .W. Herbert A.
Ileyn. a prominent lawyer and di-
rector in a number of large business
enterprises jumped or fell from a
window in his oliice on the tent!;
floor of a building in Wall street
today and was killed lie was coun-
sel for the National Provisioner of-
ficial organ of the meat packers' as-
sociation. Mr. llesn's business as-
of a lavatory when
res oi Italy luirning. Ir.t makes
i pin lam nuns 01 coai reveaieu ny
i tne war in the Isonzo valley have!
had temporarily to be relinquished.!
l.ut in the good days to conic
may liquidate her losses.
MAKE THE SOLDIER
with Pictures of homefolks.
Soldier Pocket Photo Cases.
French Mirrors and Photo
Cases. Registration and
sociates said he fell from
BeSaw Tire Factory
Now Nearing Completion
Made In Ardmore
Will Be On Thousands of Cars This Year
Drive Out and See the First Rubber Tire Plant
Built in the Great Southwest.
Our Thousand Stockholders Within 25 Miles
Ardmore Are Invited To Visit Their Plant
and See Its Progress.
Immediate. Delivery Made On Tires 30 Off
Don't Forget Chas. A. BeSaw Master Tire Builder
Will Devote His Exclusive and entire Time
and Energy to Increasing the Value
of BeSaw Stock.
In the present extraordinary situation there is one feature
of Bell Telephone traffic .operation that is brought to
particular public notice.
Calls for numbers that have been disconnected for party-line
numbers that have been changed and certain other local
calls that cannot be completed by the first answering opera-
tor arc referred to what are known as "Special Operators."
The latter are provided with ample records making possible
the establishment of desired connections with the least
possible delay; and it is urged that the public co-operate
with them evidencing consideration and patience when
factors outiide the control of the answering operator neces-
sitate the referring of calls to a Special Operator.
Southwestern Bel! Telephone Co.
SAVE FOR A RAINY DAY BUY W. S. S. 2Sc STARTS YOU
ARDMOREITE WANT ADS GET RESULTS AT SMALL COST.
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