Daily Ardmoreite (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 109, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 17, 1921 Page: 3 of 8
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THURSDAY FEBRUARY 17. Is;.
House Bill Giving
Soldiers Bonus Carries
Bond Proposition in
Sum of $25000000
(Cniitinuod from pa? 1)
M-Jiu in French enriched anv on's
Johnson os.irtort tho bill was In linn
with the tendency to forgrt tho war
find hp warned against such forget-
ting "The German people still think
they will crush the world." he de-
clared. "I know from my talks with
Ormnn prisoners. They have toM
me. 'Von will fnri.t in n few years.'
And if we do forget they will carry
mil their hope and rrush us." Jolin-
fon snid he had helped capture I rait-
ur in hU own company and found
them nit of CJerman extraction and all
able to speak German. "I tun suspl-
' ious of anyone" he said "who speaks
the German languase fluently."
Senator Luther Harrison an oppo-
nent of the repealing measure told
the senate that persons who were sui-
pected of disloyalty during the war
are lobbying for the bill. He offered
an amendment to strike out Section
! of the bill. This would have tho
effect of killing the measure plnce
Section 1 N the section repealing the
When the discussion had reached
this point sttenllon was called to the
fact that several senators still had
views on the bill which they appar-
ently desired to make public and It
was nearly (i o'clock. So the senate
adjourned without voting on either the
Harrison amendment or the bill. It
is presumed the debate will be re-
A clo.e second to this argument in
point of. Intensity was ttyt over n
proposed appropriation of some $7000.
it was another of tho appropriations
that might be loosely classed as a de-
ficiency and the srime old fight was
on again. And In this case the sen-
ate balked and refused to vote the
appropriation. The claim was for the
Pinner Construction Company for the
erection of biirrtcks nt the Oklahoma
Military Academy at Claremore. It
appears the seventh legislature appro-
priated $75000 for construction nnd
equipment and $80000 for mainte-
nance and minor Improvements. All
of the money for construction and
equipment was. spent before the claim
of the contractor was satisfied; It
n.is therefore put up to the legislature
to pay the construction company what
wan due. When the bill came up for
advancement Tuesday Dill Eriggs ot
Woodward asked Davidson chairman
of the appropriations committee if this
wasn't tho same old story of a state
agency spending more money than
wan appropriated for It and Davidson
answered in the affirmative. Brlfjgs
attacked the bill again yesterday on
the ground he objected to the prin-
ciple of exceeding appropriations.
Rutherford also fought it. He uaid
by his antagonism to tho school and
clencies and thut was to deny them.
David son argued this was a legal claim
ond a Just one it was not the fault
of the construction company If there
was no money left when it came time
to revive its payment. Davidson ac-
cused Rutherford of being prejudiced
by his antagonism to the school ond
mentioned that Rutherford had voted
to appropriate two millions for farm-
ers' warehouses. Rutherford explained
he was willing to help the farmers
aud their children that was one of
the ways the state ought to spend Its
money. There are many legitimate
demaQd on the slate for money he
said that there won't be ' enough
money to go uround and such claims
ms the appropriation in question should
wait until the state haa recuperated
The vote on the passage of the bill
was IS to 18; the bill was declared
to have failed of passage. Davidson
lodged a motion to reconsider the vote.
Democrats who voted against the ap-
propriation were:IIlll llentilry Flem-
ing Coyne Rutherford Spurlock
West and Harrison. Practically all
the Republicans present voted against
It except K. K. Woods who lives at
An appropriation of $20000 to aid
the negro schools of Oklahoma was
passed with the emergency clause by
the senate. A bill making the salar-
ies of county commissioners of Creek
county $3600 a year was passed.
'Likewise an amendment to the wid-
ows' pension law which makes it
necessary for a beneficiary to have
lived In the state only one year In-
stead of two. And an amendment to
the road law providing that persons
who wish exemption from personal
road work must pay $10 a year in-
stead of $5.
Measures designed to relieve the
congestion of the supreme court
docket are set for special order In
the senate Friday afternoon. One of
these. Senate Bill 160 would provide
additional references. Tho other Sen-
ate Bill 95 would create a court of
civil appeals in three divisions.
The house yesterday was occupied
most of the time with bills on third
reading and final passage. Among
those passed was the registration
bill which was rushed through the
amending stage by house Republi-
cans last week. The vote on the
final passage was practically a party
vote- Republicans for it and Demo-
crats against. The house also passed
the bill yesterday providing for elec-
tion contests; this bill was Introduced
by Representative Drake of Wagoner
county who contested and won the
seat of T. A. Parkinson Democrat In
the present house.
The house resolution calling for 100
beds for soldiers In the university
hospital came up yesterday and was
amended on motion of 8. D. Railey
Republican to read U'5 beds; It was
passed In the amended form. It In
understood the hospital Is already pre-
pared to care for 100 soldiers.
Senator Charles Wells of Shawnee
yesterday Introduced a bill which
would require physical examination
before marriage. No marriage license
would be Issued until certificates had
been presented showing the pros-
pestive bride and groom wern free
from tuberculosis syphilis and fon-
norrhea. The bill also requires 1!0
days published notice of Intention to
marry before application Is made for
a marriage license. Violation of the
proposed law would be a misde-
meanor. A house bill by Charles C. Piatt
Payno county Republican would regu-
late Sunday activities by banning
servile labor trades manufactures
mechanical employment wholesaling
and retailing of goods for mere profit
shooting or hunting game racing
dancing playing games where fees
or gain are the consideration and
picture shows which Incite to law-
leanness. The house yesterday very calmnly
adopted the repoit of the investigat-
ing committee recommending impem h-
ment proceedings against M. R. Trapn
lieutetiant-governur. . R. 11. Matthews
of Pittsburg county chairman of ttie
investigating committee moved there-
port be adopted. Speaker Schwabe
put the question and eave lim for
discudrton. But no one appeared to
wish to debate the matter. The vote
was viva vye and the only "noes"
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ust get a small bottlo of Ely's Cream
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what sufferers from head colds and
catarrh need. It's a delight. Adv.
came from five or six members on
the Democratic side. Schwabs said
he expected to announce the commit-
tee today which will prepare charges
The senate commltteo to investigate
alleged funds to Influence legislation
is composed of: Senator Charles Me-
Pherrcn chairman; and Senators Tom
Anglin Clark Nichols Joe Sherman
H. Brown. Sherman and Brown are
Republicans; the other members of
the committee are Democrat. The
committee was appointed as provided
by a resolution introduced Tuesday
night by Sherman and passed nt
once by the senate. Sherman will
not discuss the resolution in detail
now but declares It Is founded on
more than vngue rumors. He pre-
dicts there will be developments; one
senator he asserts already has sajd
he Is willing to go before the com-
mittee and tell what he knows.
Hugh .Tones of Tishomingo intro-
duced a bill in the house yesterday
which will authorize 13 women in
Oklahoma to perform marriage cere-
monies if It Is passed. The measure
would permit court clerks to tie the
nuptial knot receiving for the service
a fee of $3 which would be turned
Into the common school fund. Jones
says there nro 15 female court clerks
In Oklahoma who would thus be em-
powered to officiate nt weddings if
his bill passed lie estimated that
more than $r.0000 would be added
each year to thy school l'uod if court
clerks were added to those who may
perform marriage ceremonies.
Colorado Springs. Charles Clinton
allegnj bank robber was found guilty
of assault with intent to murder lie
was wounded and his companions kill-
ed last October In a fight with mem-
bers of the Colorado Springs police
department following an attempted
bank hold 'up. Clinton pleaded self de-
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cluvia the dinner danco at the Dor-
nick Hills Country club tonight at 7
On tomorrow afternoon the wives
of the visiting bankers whro will a-
of the visiting bunkers who will ua-
meeting of Group l-'lve of the Okla-
homa Hankers' Association and the
wives ami daughters of local bankers
will be entertained with bridge live-
tiiindred and forty-two on the Mezza
nine floor at Hotel Ardmore and those
who do not wish to play cards will be
entertained at the theatre from 2:30
to 5 o'clock aftep which time they
will return to the hotel when refresh
ments will be served and a musicule
will be given by the ladies of the
Philharmonic club. In Bhe evening
a ball will bo given In the Conven
tion Hall when music will be fur-
nished by the Youngberg Entertainers.
The ball will brinjf to a conclusion the
The Thimble Tea club will alBO
meet in the afternoon with Mrs. Roy
Alexander hostess In her home 800
The Coif Lundhoon cub will meet
In regular weekly session Friday morn-
ing. Luncheon will bo servoj.
Saturday will feature the Springtime
Luncheon to be given at Hotel Ard-
more at 1 o'clock by Mesdames H. T.
Crittenden Cuy P. Cobb and Antoin
ette Fort when special guests will be
Mrs. Murat Boyle of Kansas City Mo.
and Mrs. John H. Cobb of Juneau
Alaska. Later 1 the afternoon at 3
o'clock the Jujior Philharmonic club
will have open house.
A most delightful program was
given Wednesiuy afternoon in the
Chamber of Commerce at tine open
session of tho Philharmonic club. A
splendid talk was given by the presi
dent Mr.. J. fl. Wall ot Harudel's
The program o.wned with a pianf
By RUTH NOLAN
Ml unouni ement for publication in
(his column for Sunday's Issue and
those tu be listed in the calendar for
the week must be in this olfice by
Friday noon.. 1'hone 538.
felertlon "Callirhoe" Chaminmle by
Mrs. T. F. Griffith which was fol-
lowed by a vocal solo "The Lord 19
Mindful of HJs Own" (St. Paul)
Mendelssohn by Mrs. Billia Baker.
Miss Joy Moore then gave 'Pathetiqiie
Sonata" Beethoven (descriptive analy-
st") after which Mrs. N C. Wood and
Mrs. Arthur Kyle eaut; "1 Waited for
the Lord" MeutJt-lssobn (hymn of
praise.) "I Know My Redeemer Llv-
eth" from The Messiah by Handel
eung by Mr. A. il. Hepler was un-
usually beautiful. In conclusion with
the program Miss Matilda Turnock J
the gifted mezzo-soprano of Ohicago
rtng the last aria "Pious Orrgies"
(Judas Maccabaeus) by Handel. Miss
Turnork was heartily applauded and
for an encore sang "Come Unto Him"
trom "The Messiah"
In response to roll call the members
gave the name of their favorite aria
and oratorio. Many of Ardmore's so-
ciety ladles and lovers of music at-
tendeil the meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cooper entertain-
ed with 7 o'clock dinner Tuesday eve-
ning in their home on McLish ave-
nuo In compliment to Mrs. T. J. Ful-
lerton of Ada guest of tier brother
Dr. Dougal McKellur and family. Fol-
lowing the dinner games were played.
The Knights of Pythias dance last
evening In the K. of P. hall was
enjoyed by about twenty Knights and
their feminine friends.
Miss Lorena Gllkey gave a Valen-
tine dance at t)h home of her sister
Mrs. O. W. Waggoner Wednesday. The
evening was delightfully spent with
games and dancing after which re-
freshments were served.
Those entertained were Misses Beryl
Landrum Leta Jo Thomas Pearl
Payne Krnestine Purvlne and Carrie
Belle Posey. Mesr9. Carmen Maxwell
Otis Morse Joe Minyard Victor IIol-
llster Tom McBryJc Dixon Grave
Leemon Waggoner ond Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Masden of 121
D street northwest announce the birth
of a son February 9 whom they have
given tho name Harold Lamar.
Miss Allio May Cwinn has received
n. message from iher uncle 3. T.
Bledsoe stating that he and Mrs.
F.ledsoe will visit Ardmore Saturday
and Sunday. They are going from
their home in Chicago to points in
Texas al will stop here en route
Mr. Bledsoe who is a director ot th
Santa Fe and also chief counsel for
that company Is an uncle of Mies
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Madden Mrs.
Joe C'4)er and Mrs. John F. Nolan
motored to Sulpnur Wednesday morn-
ing where t"hcy 8jHnt the day. Mrs.
Madden. Mrs. Cooper and Mrs. Xoian
returned in the late afternoon. Mr.
Mudlen will remain there for several
Mrs. T. V. Sipes and Mrs. Les
Kearney and little son went to Ok-
lahoma City yesterdav when '.hey will
bo Die guests of Mr. und Mrs. W.
Mrs. T. J. Fullerti.n of Ada is
spending the week with her brother
Dr. Dougul McKellur ond family.
Mr. J. II. Dillard who has been ill
is recovering very nicely at his hone
on C street noruhwest.
Washington. The Fordney tariff bill
with more than 20 amendments passed
QI ESTIOX OF CRAVE
IMPORT TO MINER
Muskogee Okla. Feb. IT. Whether
the International organization of the
United Mine Workers of America con-
template assuming Jurisdiction over
tho affairs of the Kansas union min-
ers whose leaders were late yester-
day sentenced to jail on a charge of
calling a strike in violation of a state
law. William J. Dalrymple. of Coal-
gate members of the International
board from Oklahoma Texas and
Arkansas declined to say today.
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