Daily Ardmoreite (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 98, Ed. 1 Friday, February 4, 1921 Page: 4 of 8
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THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
FRIDAY FEBRUARY 4 1921.
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EKIDAY I EP.KUARY 4 1911.
Keep fi clie. rful frann-; krtp a hirppy
heart; keep u contented spirit; keep
your eye Ui and your heart aloft.
in now UiTwlf !
No city in the United States li
JuBtifi.'ille in passing o.vr the hlrth-
day anniversary of Abraham Lincoln
without fome observance of the day
being in.V.e. The event is jrenenilly
celebrated in the progressive cities by
the griving of a Lincoln Day Han-
quet and jt does seetn that Ardmore
on this occasion should in some nian-
ri'T pay tribute to the great Amer-
ican. Mr. Lincoln's achicvementshls de-
votion to country his distinguished
i-rvie to the nation when it was
noiriR throtik!) its most trylnir hour
his arduous love for ' the constitu-
tion entitle- him to recognition. When
ho was at the helm of states the
union was threatened and he piloted
the ship of state through the most
threatening breakers the republic has
ever seen and had he survived there
is every reason to believe that the
vanquished forces would not have been
treated ns they were Uiat there would
have been much less sectional ha-
tred and that the union would have
been cemented earlier than It was.
The love and respect Lincoln had
for the constitution alone entitles
him to all the honor that this coun-
try can pay him. Ho loved that
siinplo fundamental law that formed
tlw basis of this country's growth.
He loved that law that permitted
him to march from the log cubin of
pioneer days to the presidency of the
republic. He loved th;it law which
f.ives to every American an equal
chance no matter what the surround-
ing in youth might be. He loved
llim l-.iw that eliminated royalty from
the country. If the nation today
could return to the same respect
which Lincoln hail for the constitu-
tion It would cure the country of
every tendency toward bolshevism that
holds In Its hands a torch to destroy
the Institutions of this republic. The
birth anniversary of Abraham Lin-
coln should not pass by unnoticed.
Klntr Constantino has announced
that Prince Georgu of Greece Duke
of Sparta will soon bo married to
Princt 8S Elizabeth of Rumania at
Bucharest and that Princess Helen
of Greece nnd Crown Princo Charles
of Rumania would bo married a few
days later In Athens.
"I have had nothing ti do with
theso marriages." he asserted "nor
has de king of Itumanin. The youne
people liked each other and th Ir
entMgeim-uts were spontaneous. Queim
Marie liked my daughter ami thought
she would make a good wife for her
son. She arranged most of the for-
malities as any mother does."
' But If we are to place credence
In a reliable London juper the Ru-
manian queen didn't arrange the
marriages "as any mother does." The
prospect of two marriages between
the ruling houses of (iiv.-ei- and Ku-
niunia has cans d eon'ud. rubl. mm-
metit in Europe during the i:..t W w
months unu e:peein!ly since I'un-
stuntine's rtuin fi m . .ile in v.il.-
f.rland. Royal marriage would be hapil r.
no doubt If they were all "sponl iin-
iMia" Insiead of being lookeil on i.s
The Use of
A superior table drink
easily made better Tor
health thaircofiee and
at lower cost.
"There's a Reason?
Sold by grocers
business transactions. There is a
canon law in the Greek church for
bidding the marriage of a brother
and a sister with a sister and a
brother. It was expected on first
announcement of the engagements
that the marriage would b; simul-
taneous to evade this provision. Queen
Sophie of Greece however Is report-
ed to have said that this would not
be necessary however since the King
of Rumania ns Head of the Church
could manipulate the canon law to
suit the occasion. Queen Sophie is
a sister of former Emperor William
II' of Germany now in exile in Hol-
land. Affairs in the Near East just now
Involve Turkey and Greece in such
a way that the future of the latter
country might have a favorable or
unfavorable effect on conditions there.
The Greek political crisis is said to
have been complicated by announce-
ment of the double matrimonial alli-
ance between the royal families of
Greece and Rumania.
If members of royal families wish
to conserve the best interests of their
respective countries nnd are willing
to sacrifice if necessary their own
domestic happiness such business
marriage might not be particularly
odious. But the fact is that such an
alliance often disturbs the domestic
happiness of persons other than mem
bers of the royal family. A person
should be free to sacrifice his own
interests but nt the same time be
careful to see that such does not nt
the same time involve the Interests
The betrothal of Crown Trince
Charles of Rumania affords an ex-
ample of such a sacrifice. In 1918
he was secretly wedded to Mile. ZlJ
Lambrino the daughter of a major
In the Rumanian army. This was a
morganatic marriage. There seems
to bo no doubt that this would have
proved a happy marriage If Charles
had not been a crown prince. The
royal family used every means to
separate them. Charles was placed
in prison where he displayed un-
usual courage for one of his posi-
tion. He declared he would not leave
his morganatic wife even if It meant
that he would lose his succession to
Double marriages between families
are not looked upon In any such mnn-
ner In this country. And a law which
forbids such engagements nnd nt the
same time sanctions a roynl marriage
following a morganatic marriage In
this manner must have been designed
with some tact for straining nt a
gnat and swallowing a camel.
THE REPARATION DEMANDS
It Is barely possible that the allies
have mado the big reparation de-
mands upon Germany for the reason
that France fears for Germany to re-
cuperate her fortuno nnd become
again a formidable nation. France
feels and he world holds a similar
opinion that Germany will again nt.
tack that country at the first oppor-
tunlty rtnd France feels that It Is no
match for Germany In war. I
The states of Alsace nnd Lorraine
about which much of the bad trouble
has arisen between France nnd Ger-
many shonlil be made a republic. The
world should seo that neither coun- j
try owns them nnd then there would i
be no ill feeling from this source.-
The turn to chemistry In tho world (
wur woulel suggest to the allies that 1
If they would kei'p Germany from
bee-omiint a world me-naco that Its
c)ieinistry plnnta should lw dismantled
r th.il it. chiiiil'try ilisceiverli'S
sleoi.M be give n lei all the nations In
run. mini. I lie- l itter plan would be
tin- belt r fe.r the reason that the
world rlmiilil not be il.-nieMl the dis-
coveries which are mode by the Ger-
man scientist. Hut in all reality tho
year by year
Germans should never again be per-
mitted to use their deadly gases upon
the armies of the world.
Rubber has gone from the high
point of $1.50 to the low point of ISC.
The companies that had on hand large
stocks have suffered severely.
It has been but a few months
since California was limiting the
amount of gasoline that each car
could use each day and now the
refineries have difficulty In finding
a market for nil they produce. This
is a lightning chance which smells
The Rose Carnival this spring
should induce a thousand school girls
to plant their own rose gut. lens.
March 3 '4 and 5 have been desig-
nated as clean-up days in Ardmore.
On similar occasions business men
have bent the Civic Lcugue and
cleaned their backyards before the
arrival of the official day for this
work. Will they be as prompt this
The Texas Company had a royalty
owner who disconnected from their
lines for a dime premium. The man
who gave the dime premium Is not
running oil and the royalty owner Is
wondering "where he Is nt."
Finding ill beneath the lime for-
mation at Heuldton has led oil men
to the opinion that there might bo a
rich deposit beneath the lime ridge
that runs through Healdton passing
along the north lines of sections 15
and 1G. That lime ridge will be
penetrated by the drill some of these
If Luther Harrison never performed
any other service for this state he
Is entitled to lasting gratitude for
having been the cause of the defeat
of what is known as the "sore eye"
Do the mayor and the city com-
missioners agree to submit to tho
people nny amendments that are
agreed upon by the citizens' commit
tee? Tho official family have the
last say and they might as well make
their own amendments.
A large number of people of this
city have stated by petition that they
want a chnrter providing for a man-
agerial form of government. Lenvlng
out the question whether such a form
of governmen Is right or wrong such
a form ought to be submitted to the
people and give them the refusal of
It. The city belongs to all the peo-
ple alike ' they have tho right to
pass upon the different kinds of char-
ters that are proposed and the ma
jority vote should control.
Tho boy scouts In Ardmore last
year destroyed 390 gallons of bag
worms that prey upon the shade
trees of the city. The-ir big drive
thlH year opens February 7 nnd will
continue to the night of February
19. The winners will be announmd
In the Arbor Day number of tho
paper February 20 and on tho follow-
ing morning the prizes will be award-
ed. The capital prize is a bicycle
which has been given to tho Ardmore
Civic League by tho Herd-UaiU-y
The Law ton Chamber of Commerce
has given Its Indorsement of a move-
ment in that city to establish a man-
agerial form of government. If Ijiw-
ton does not get farther with the
proposition 4hnn Ar.lmore that In-
dirscmi4it Will amount to nothing.
Attend the Bug Auction at Snced'n
next iLnday. Adv. 3-3
NICE APARTMENT FOR RENT '
NICH NEW TWO-ROOM APART-
MENTS Willi PRIVATE RATI I
Kl RMSIIED WITH SHADES AMI
STOES 2ND AVENUE AND N.
WASHINGTON SEE ME AT WASH-
IMilON AI'AETMEN IS OR I'llll.M.
:.CI. W. S. I EA LEY. Adv. S-10
PedmUt W'nrM Than Hun
Memphis Tenn. Feb. 4. "A pessl-'
mist is wors- than a Hun" Bishop
.lanes Atklim of Nanhvllle told im in- -in
rs nf the edue.illonal rommls.'nn of
the Methodist Episcopal church. South (
iittriieiing a ennferenre) here to mnp;
out plans for n drive fur $3JO0iH'"
to promote nlueivionnl work. j
"If you find a pessimist anywhere 1
nutxieln this hull kill him for me"
rule) the bishop. j
"Hard times Is the cry of the cow-
nrd" Itishnp Atkins continued.
Thn conference which Is attended
hy representative of tho thirty-seven
' ehtirch conferenres begun yesterday
eW. .a continue through Thursday. A
meeting nf the college of bishops will
bo In Id tomorrow.
In neldillnn to laislng the proposed
llJ.iuin.iitiO fund. It Is planned tt make
'nw.iiai.ie li.omi.ooo to sld worthy
MEN JOIN OFFICERS
IN SUPPRESSING THE
CRIME IN WINDY CITY
Chicago Feb. ' 4. Confronted with
'I ho problem of dealing with crime ns
"an established business" as It Is
expressed uy gome of their number
Chicago business men by giving t holt
suppport to the Chiaigo Crime com-
mission have helped to effect it is
claimed a de-crease iu number of 51
per com during 1920 over the city's
record of 1919. liurglarly and rob-
bery for the same period dec-re -ase-d
10 and six per cent respectively
tl'i'riilics compiled by lhe i oininissiou
The first two years of the commis-
sion's exigence has convinced citizens
of other cities officials of the or-
ganization declare of Its efficiency in
aiding city law enforcement o.Liccrs to
minimize crime . nd Kansas City
Cleveland and Indianapolis have taken
steps toward the organization of simi-
lar commissions while Buffalo is ser-
iously considering the proposition.
"There is no crime wave In Chi-
cago" is the declaration of Henry
Bat ret t Chamberlin opem'.lng director
of tho commission who adds that
crime hero is a centralized owinmer-
cblized nnd organized business "the
plain choice of a majority of those
who follow it ns un ocoupation."
Recognizing this situation the com-
mission has enduivVrcd to mold pub-
lic sentiment in favor of growing ef-
ficiency of the police department. Tho
commission proceeded on tho theory
that existing criminal laws would b
offectlve if vigorously end impartial-
ly administered and that existing of-
ficials generally were honest and in
the main desirous of efficiently serv-
ing the pihilic.
Edwin W. Sims president briefly
summarizes the commission's accom-
plishments In his forthcoming annual
report as follows:
"A 51 per cent reduction In the
number of murders for tho year 1920
as tho retvjlt of tho clearing of the
murder ducket by public spirited
"Tho exposure of n ring of profe
slonal bondsmen disclosing that many
hundreds of criminals hud escaped
punishment on straw bail and thit
forfeited bonds In tho sum of approx.
Ima'.cly $5.0U0.OuO were uncollected.
"Vigoivus prosecution of robbbery
cases and sending of many men to
prison under sentence of from ten
years to life.
"Registration of public dissatisfac-
tion concerning the Inefficiency of the
police which resulted iu the appoint-
ment of a new superintendent.
"Action -io prevent a continuation of
the pernicious system of admitting
irofoiislon'jl criminals to parole nnd
"The adoption tf a plin resulting In
the assignment of seven additional
Judges 'o tho criminal court bringing
the tvtal 'iO 15 for the purpose of
clearing the criminal docket ond keep-
ing it clear."
Attend tho IXuf Auction at Sneed's
nixt Monday Adv. 3-3
Scheduled For Week
Laymen's Club! Special meeting of
the Laycmn'B Club will bo held Friday
evening at the Chamber of Commerce'
limner will be served at 0:30 o'clock
when program will be given.
U. D. C. Meeting: A meeting of the
I'. I). C. will be held nt the home of
Mrs. Arlhur Walcolt S.itunlay nftcr-
noon at 2:30 o'clock.
are quick to
Tlie.v hnvo lenrned from erraTr-
fnce that no matter bow many other
treatments liuvi been tried without
micw Rosluol Ointment Is often tb
wry thlnr to brlnjr speedy relief
from wseuit or similar itching cm
nrrawlnf eruption. Jts soothing
besting sctlon is brought about by
medication so svntle ss to be suited
to the mrmt delicate skins or ir
r luted luflnfned surfner. BoU s)
I'm litrt 9t uH 4rggtitt
DETAILS OF DEBATES
IN CENTRAL INDIA
ARE JIJST RECEIVED
N'ew York Feb. 4. Details of tho
debates In the session of the Indian
National Congress held at Nagpur
Central India In December have Just
been received In the mails by the
India Information Bureau of New
York with tho texts of resolutions
addresses etc. at the congress which
have been briefly referred to in cable
advices. Twenty-two thousand dele-
gates from all parts of India Includ-
ing several thousand women assemb-
led at the congress and decided upon
an extension of the movement now in
progress including non-payment of
tajces as an extreme measure.
One of the resolutions adopted
amended the constitution of the con-
gress so as to secure "the attain-
ment of 'swaraJ' (national sover-
eignty) by (ill peaceful nnd legiti-
mate means." A significant omis-
sion from tho resolution was the
clause referring to tho use of "con-
stitutional methods for tho attainment
of self-government within the British
Other conferences held nt Nagpur
took the general attitude expressed by
the congress. The All-India Stua-
dents' Conference passed a resolution
in favor of Immediate nnd uncondi-
tional boycott of tho government and
the government-aided schools and col-
leges." Lnjpat Ral presiding at a con-
ference held for the purpose of pro-
tecting cottlo against slaughter and
export declared that the cattle ques-
tion could not bo settled until na-
tional sovereignty was obtained. -
Tho opening speech of tho presiding
officer of the congress outlined a plan
for the immediate boycott of British
trade. In order that tho ruling pow-
er may bo "gradually exhausted" ho
advocated a plan by which English
planters merchants traders and manu-
facturers In India may be faced with
a scarcity of labor. This he main-
tained would produce national strikes
of unskilled' workmen in the railway
postal nnd telegraph departments.
M. K. Gandhi leader of tho mover-tent
In moving tho resolution to
amend the' constitution of the con-
grefs declared "if India's wrongs
t.ro not redressed and if elementary
Justice Is not done we have no
wish to retain the connection with
the empire but If tho connection
r.enns tho advancement of India we
do not want to desroy It."
Lajpat Ral In supporting Gandhi's
resolution Bald the latter "gave India
the free choice of determining her
own destiny and of no more de-
pending upon British statesmanship
which had proved a failure" and It
meant "giving notice that mdla's
remaining In the empire would bo of
her own freo decision and free will."
Under another resolution unani-
mously ndopted parents are to bo
called upon at a later time to with-
draw their children under ago from
state-aided and state-owned schools
and provisions Is to be mado for
training In national schools. Stud-
ents of 16 are to be called upon to
withdraw from state-aided nnd state-
owned Institutions nnd either to devote
themselves to tho non-conpt ration
movement or continue their studies
in national Institutions. Merchants
and traders in order to make India
economically Independent aro also
to be called upon- tho carry out a
gradual boycott of foreign trado and
to encourage native hand spinning and
F. PAY IIK.IIEST PRICES FOR
OLD FURNITURE OR W'ii.U
TRADE YOU NEW FURNITURE
FOR YOUK OLD. PHONE 128. Adv.
Measure the cost by the cup not by the size of the can.
Every can guaranteed to give satisfaction.
Recipe booklet free. ' Send 10c for special trial size.
V9) 1921 T INT'L FCATUHI
"JOIN THE ARMY
AND GO TO SCHOOL"
DRAWING MANY BOYS
Kansas City Mo Feb. 4. "Join
the army and go to school' is the
promise which has drawn young men
into military service in the last year
the Adjutant General of tho Army
says according to Information receiv-
ed by army officers 8 ntioned in Kan-
sis Oily. The only widely heralded
Invitation to "see the world" is no
longer apparently much of a motive
and responses from sections of the
Middle West remote from gel d edu-
cational facilities made to letters des-
cribing the advantages of tho army
school system have shown a wide-
spread interest in thit phase of mlll-
A fanner in the Ozark count ry of
Missouri father of eleven children
nine of whom are boys wanted to
know whether special permission
could not be granted for his eldest
son and a pair of twins all i slightly
below the required age for enlistment
to be accepted.
"I see no possibility of their getting
an education anywhere else" he wrvte.
Another Missouri fanner wanted his
boy to enlist so that ho could go
on with his schooling.
"Ho is getting an education now
under great elifflculties" wrote the
father "as we live six and a half
miles frtom town and he has 'to go
A young man In small town in
"Since my parents died I have not
had the chance to obtain the educa-
tion I desire I sincerely hope that
I may Join tho Army though I nm
not of age. I tim only sixteen' years
old. I am five feet eight Inches
tall and weigh one hundred and thirty-five
pounds. I nm doing a man's
work and getting a mans pay. I nm
working in the mines not in" the
ground but on top. I want to better
myself. Therefore I hope I may Join
tho Army and its schools."
Tho letters nre typical of the re-
plies received. Circulars were sent
to remote ruml nddresses where re-
cruiting officers could not be sent.
They were sent out in November ot-
ter the harvesting of nil crops in
order not to interfere with farm work.
Twenty occupational subjects taught
In the army were mentioned. The re-
plies received showed that lSVfc per
cent of those who replied were Inter-
ested In tho expert agricultural worlt
offered In nrmy schools; 17 per cent
wanted to become automobile mechan-
ics; machinists and mechanics Inter-
ested 6 per cent; business and com-
A Man Is Just Young and SLrong
as his Blood
No man can fight the battle of
Ilfo aud hold bis own If bis blood
la not pure for rich red blood is
wna trengtn is based upon. When
you see a strong vigorous man wbo
never knows when he is licked you
may wager that such a man has
coursing through his veins rich red
bloort. Many people have thin pale
blood. They are weak tire easily
become discouraged quickly and
sometimes fsel like giving up the
ctruggle. futh folks need Dr.
Pierce's Gciden Medical Discovery
made with-ut alcohol and sold by
druggists in liquid or tablet form.
A Can of G. Washington's Coffee is
equivalent to ten times its weight in
roasted bean coffee!
You use all of G. Washington's Coffee.
There is no waste. Dissolves instantly in
hot water. No coffee pot needed. .Always
delicious pure healthful economical.
ORIGINATED BY MR. WASHINGTON IN W)
C. Washington Salts Co. Inc. 522 Finn Avtnu. Nw York Cty
merce 6 per cent; music 4 iper cent
and wireless operation 4 per cent.
Most of the localities from which the
replies came had never been visited
by recruiters the Adjutant Ceneml
Major General P. C. Harris asserted
In his letter.
"To them" he said "The announce-
ment doubtless conveyed the first in-
timation that the Army educates in
many subjects that are only Indirect-
ly military in chanjctcr. We have
learned that uneducated men aro a
serious handicap in time of war."
The Ardmoreite is authorized to an-
nounce C. G. Sfrns as a candidate for
the office of Chief of Police of Ard
more. His announcement Is mado sub-
ject to the choice of the democratic
voters at the city primary election to
be held in March.
The Ardmoreite is authorized to an-
nounce Jako Williams as a candidate
for the office of Chief of Police of
the city of Ardmore. His Announce-
ment is made subject to tho choice
of the Democratic voters at the city
primary election which will be held
The Ardmoreite Is authorized to an-
nounce W. R. Hignlght ns a candidate
for the office of Chief of Police of
Ardmore. His announcement is made
subji'Ct to the choice of the Pomoe-m-tlc
voters nt'tho City Primary elec-
tion to be held in March.
The Ardmoreite announces tho can-
didacy of Jesse G. Johnston for tho
office of Chief of Police subject to the
action of the democratic primary
election to be held in March 1921.
First Stops All Pain-Then Peels
the Corn OS.
Boot try tofoi trot on corntortnred
feet. Get rid of your corns. Ifyoubitv
Mk Your Fm Happrf Remove Them
Cora Wit "Cote-It."
never corn tickled to dth Just
Ppl a few drop of "Unti-It" to yours.
Then wtoh that corn die peacefully a
It H hsd irons to ileep. Hoon It U not bin
but a lexne ple-ce of dead ikln that you
can lift right of! with your nnsort.
Get nfier tbem now. Your dmaiM
hm "Gct-It.M Cot but a trlflo-ur
uothlmi at all If it iitlia. alld. br K.
LawroBce A Uo Oiiloaso
Sold In Ardmore and recommended
as tho world's best corn remedy b
Johnson Drug Co.. City Drug Storo
Framo Drug Co. Bomar Drug Co. Clif-
ton O. Adcork.
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