Daily Ardmoreite (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 143, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 29, 1921 Page: 1 of 8
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Striving to Give Mure Than We Receive
FULL LEASED WIRE ASSOCIATED l'KESS
A RDM ORE OKJ.AHUMA TUESDAY MARCH 29 JH'Jl.
Death Sat At Wheel Of Speeding
otor; Henry Lynn Of
Madill Instantly Killed When
Turned Turtle Here;
Fatal Accident J; Action First Avenue And C Street. S. E.
R 0 AD MANAGING
IS CHARGED BY
Lauck of Railway Organi-
zation Blames Inadequacy
of Control Not National
STRICT IIIMNKSS MKTIIODS f-
I'Ufcl TO TKWSPOKTATJON
companies woiu s.wk
Mil l IONS KM II KAK
Chicago. March .). The root of the
railroad difficulty is not in national
agreements but in the inadequacies of
management. uY laled w. .t-t t. LaU-k
consulting ii.onomist of thit i.iihuad
labor organization in beginning presen-
tation of railroad labor exhibits before
the Fhite.1 Stall's railroad labor board
"Conse natively stated if railroad
management was i haraei. i izi-d by
reasonable efficiency and had avi a'af:. d
for its use proper amount of capital or
credit labor iots would have shown
a radical decline under nutionul agree-
ments" Mr. I.auck declared "aud sav-
ings in operating expenses or at l-iist
on- billion dollars annually would bo
inadi' or almost throe million dollars
:i day. V shall demoustrato'this fad
concretely by reports and analysis
what we havi had prepared hy repu-
table i ailiNxid engineers and exports.
"Ly the nries of exhibits which I
urn about to present we shall trial)
lish the fuilowing facts:
'T The policy of establishing nation-
ill agreements or uniform rales of pay
anil working conditions Is in conform-
ity with custom ami precedent in the
transportation industry and in keep-
ing with tlie best policy as shown by
'he u wards of boards of arbitration and
the nets and recommendations of other
official tigenioio.s during the pre-war
"-In other leading industries of
this country collective bargaining on
a national si ale and national agree-
ments as 1o working conditions and
lelatlons hiive been found to be the
beM means of stabilizing conditions
promoting industrial ;)eace and aceel-
T That in (Ileal Prilain these f;n l
have become so clearly recognized by j
hot a employes and cmployvis that na
tionul ugr.-i mi nts are . m niit aged by 1
llie federated Industries and the l'.-.1 r- I
alion of trades unions as a whole and
the (fie l is being e.Veltcil to lll.lho
Hum compulsory upon all employes
and employers in a given industry.
' I Tliat the foimcr railroad admin-j
i-uration in entering into all agreements
therefore tnerely recognized a tendein y I
whlili had nlmost reached complete ile- 1
tlopniciit prior to the war and which I
was sanctioneii iy enlightened opinion
loth Within nnd without the Wain-poi-tation
"fuThat the rrprosf ntalitv.s of the
roads have given their sanction to na-
tional rales of pay and working Condi-I
lions of engine and tiaia crews. j
"We shall further show thai the ar
gunienls of the railroad's fare ale the;
atne which have been urged in all
past years to Jin vent the establishing nt i
of huinan Mandards in indiislr.v audi
shall deuioristrale that the railroads are
now consciously imd deliberately lab-:
(Continuou" rin l"age Two) I
HOW TO GET WHAT YOU WANT
Tlu way to gi-i what you want is to WANT it.
That sounds simple almost puerile.
Yet it expresses a fundamental trulh of human nature
or fif psychology if you prefer the word.
The measure of your success is determined by the strength
of your desire. You can get practically anything you want
ii your desire to get it is strong enough.
Placidly wishing for things will not get ou anywhere.
Hoping longing dreaming will serve you no better.
But un ardent overwhelming desire of Ihe proper in-
tensity will carry you to your goal.
Your every thought and action will then be guided and
inspired by trie vital impulse of desire. If your desire is to
make money then ideas plans schemes for earning and
saving will flock into your mind.
Ways of making money will be discovered which would
have remained unknown to you without that secret powerful
desire within you to stimulate every faculty.
If your desire is to be influential as a public speaker or it
you have other worthy ambitions you positively tan attain
them if your desire is strong enough.
You ran b anything that you want to be. The human
brain is a mysterious and marvelous substance. We do not
wholly understand it. But some of its unexplained powers
we know. It is not necessary for all of us to study and
experiment in connection with the subject. Sufficient for us
it is to know the facts which have been established without
the technicalities of science entering into our consideration.
Tho way to get what you want is to WANT it to WANT
it with all your might. Accept that statement without argu-
ment. Make it part of your philosophy. And note how you
climb inward. X'our jUiJecfpd niil.
KANSAS MOVIK TIIKATRKS
win. kki-'isk to snow
claka SMITH IIA.MON H1..MS
Wichita Kansas Mini h 2 it.
Films in which Clara Smith llaiuon
appeals are. barred Irom theatres
controlled by the Kansas Kxhibitoi s
Association A resolution to refuse
to show films of which she is said
to be planning to picture pait of
her lite history was among the first
actions taken by I he 'association at
a meeting here today.
The resolution also banned any
film in which Clara Smith llamoii
two men shot in
gun fight Which
IMTIUiON OK MOVK.MT.NT 01-'
IAW AM) OltDKIt KUKMKST RK-
SllTS IN WOl' N DIM 2 OF TWO
MI'A (INK FATALLY
Uilioit Okla. March 29 Two
men wi'i shot one perhaps fatally
in a gun fight 'here last night be-
tween niemhers of a so-called vigi-
lance committee and alleged lawless
citizens who had been iiLsnr-.u t ed to
The injured men ale Hay Koyn-
Kls a 1 1' J 1!. !. KoX.
Ibvnolds was taken to a hospital
at Vale and his Condition is said
to be serious.
The trouble resulted from the
posting of notices call I ng oil Jot. II
Turner ai-ciiutled hero lust month
of a charge of murdering Bill i'lerce
to le.ivt? town. Several other iiien
wetv Instructed to leave with him.
The notices contained fourteen ar-
ticles to the effect that the town
was going to be cleared .!' undesir-
l.asl night at abx'ol 11 o'clock the
members of the committee apipcu-fcd . .
In a bund in the downtown district.
They encountered a group of men
w'l.om they had instructed to leave
tvwn. Scarcely had they arrived
when a shot was tired and Immedia-
tely a general gun fight was in
progress. The fiuht took plaoe In
fi' iiil of a hiding hotel.
Spisial detectives Wire rushed
here from liruinright tinr coin-
mand of l'nih-r Sheriff lhissler of
that city. The town is quiet today.
Reynolds the man most soriOM.sly
injured was a bystander lie was
struck in the body V-x was shot
in the head but his wound was not
considered so serious as that of
the other injured man.
None t the men inslrucle.1 to
have the city hid iVparted early
today it was said by Sheriff li.
It. Livingston wln came here from
Mriimrig'.'it to a.-ume cvnlml to-
day. IIOl SK IMSSKIt RKDIS.
trictim; mi l. toow
Oklahiinia (il March 29. The
liouse of repri'SPiilalivis txlay
passed (he hi;islalip Delist riding
hill which proviihs for a new basis
of representation in the stall' leg-
islature for the next ten ears.
Oklahoma: Tonight fa.i. wanner;
Wediiesdaj f.ii Wanner in cast
and south portions.
1 4i ill I emp ral.ll'e
Maximiliu yesterday decrees
Mjiiinaiiii last night ;iu itegri- s.
!-'t.rj. ' ' . :
This unusual photog-atih jast u full of uctiuu as tho giils. sl:ows meniberi of Cii! Fcout Trocp US clearing U
wire fence in firoiix Park New Vork City where the Iroop l.ua been in cunip. Au imptomptu uthletic meet was held I
on one of liie f u hi Kummery days thul ushered In prni(( :
WILL SKNATK RILLS1V
BAR CLARA HUMS I ROM
OKLAHOMA MOV IK SHOWS
Oklahoma City .March .'!). One
mea-ure which may affei t the pro-
posed filming of the life story of
Claia Smith Hamon is known as
Senate J-iill No. ti. This bill would
prohibit showing 'pictures connected
in way Willi outlaws and crimes
notorious scenes etc. The bill is ik w
on "general order" but will net it is
possible pass ill its pnseiit fuitll.
MANY KJLl.KI) WHIN A WARK-
HOI SK IS RI.OW N I T ISY I N-
KM'LAINKI) C.USK; THK
Chicago. March 29. At least six and
perhaps twice that number of persons
were killed and neon s hurt when un
uhexplained explosion bl. w to pieces a
warehouse at "Ul llatber slreel abvU'
two miles southwet ot the downtown
Police theories of the cause ranged
through bombing faulty gas mains
starch and flour du:l and firtworkv
The buildinn a one-story brick struc-
ture Was tilled with groeiry Mocks
but the police also learned that a quan-
tity of firmvoiks had been stored in
The concussion Was so ront
limbers and bricks were thrown
dreds of feel imd Windows In a di
ineiit store several blocks nw.;v.
shattered. Ill the immediate vicinity
of the wan house tvuivcl) a pane e'
glass was left intact porches were loin
1 ront houses and apartment buildings
and col nices Were l ipped loose.
Witnesses of Ihe accident said there
were two reports in rapid mum essioii
The first I w in tone; was succeeded
at once by a deafening crash. A great
cloud of smoke shot up Links and
shattered linilMis rained about ihe
street adjai'ent store trnnt.s crushed in
and then what Was left of tin- wale-
house Wall crumbled into a heap.
Residents of thi' in ighlN.i hood w be h
islhhhly populated ran sciM-aming mte
the stri-et. It. wa. several ininuos be
fore the cool i r heads set to Wort to aid
pass-rsb who had 1m en stiilck by 1 1 v -il.g
llehll. Cubs for the police fire-
men and hovpM.il nid lnlli.w. J and the
wolk .l rev-en was soon ot gaiu'ed.
The uist six bodies recovered I'l.ilU
the luiti.s Wile those ii pp. u .III U of
workmen one of the suimvois oi il.
.'icoidellt told the police that about a
doyen men vvi-ie imployed in the pl.e '
but that th.ie were seme truk din-!
ill the W :il -holl-e W 111 11 11 bll'W lip. The
body of uiie of these MiKe Tapinskic.
Was toynd and he Was the only Identi-
fied victim three hours after the him i-
dent. All the s. TioiH il.jur.sl wire taken
In (be county hospital T'lh ly per-oii
were given lnM nut at a local building
close by. Otheis Wele treated at a
MASONS HAVE "
Otis M. Smith. Ir. II. T. Lucas.
heit tYcsnall In. Ilai low. Chat I'onl
tel and I!. C McVi igh. pi oirinenl
Ardmore Mi-nitw went to Mai ci i.i last
night to lit ' end u hiitig.net t inb n d b
the lmlgi of Hint nty.
Mr. Smith was called upon to tot
its tiwi-lmaster nnd report!) that u Veiy
enjoyable evening WuS hm will) llie
.M.irirlt.i bietluell and their Wives.
A musical program wan reTnleo by
the hints nnd a iimst elaborate nprind
enjoyed. .loih Lee Impel senator of
Norman vs among Hn fuest nnd
rnteitalneil the ns'emblagt in a lilr lity
IMPROMPTU HURDLE RACE
Eighth Legislature Will Devise
Maximum Assessment Taxpayers
of Oklahoma; Appropriations Run
Into Millions; Carlock Voles "No"
on Excessive Expenditures Bill
OKLAIIOMV 1101 SK KILLS
KILL ( RKW RMI.W W RILL
OTL OK 28 IO Si
Oklahoii.a CU. Jlar.-h 29 The
"full crew" bill. proMilmg for three
bitikemen to evi l y freight operated
In or through the stale of Oklahoma
faded of passage in the house yes-
terday. The vote stood 2S to 23.
Kdgar Kenton president of the Slate
federation of Labor was in the
house glilhry during the debate
upon the measure.
PEACHES AND CREAM
Oklahoma City. M uvli I'!'.
X.rietv -f.v p r cct: ot the tlU't
crop of Oklahoma i- a total .e-s
and the remaini'ig five pet- . i lit :
seriously injured us a risu'.t of a
heavy fri.-t which i ever d tuo t of
the stale l.i.-t nicht. :. cct d.ng to
a statement today l.v .1. A Wh-le-hurst
pri-i.leni of the Mate 1 arj
ot agriculture. Mr. W hm hurst
s.od Ihe tio-t completed it le
si r ii. tioa of the fn-eiiig iMni't ra-
tine Sunday ni;lit.
I inly a fi w a pples in . 1 1 r. d
S.-CIIOIIS if the suite Will lol-l.-lllle
this Veal- ' fl lilt Clop h ie-
ciared. Ib-poi Is i eci ived by lie'
bo.itd of llHicUltute e.'illv today
milii-.'to Hi.it soiitheMi connie s
wl.iih l-'CUped tile low I' lniel :i 1. 11 e
ot the previous mul t wiiii e. -d. i-
.-iti- ll llllllte to it till Mll'feleit !. .1
ilv from the U la w i.p lie I
oul look ti i mi iv g .id. '.s t'i. d
bl.ghtel lod-i.'. . Ml. Willi. I. Ill -.
s.illt. Me iteci.ilMd I ) . 1. 1 lllib-v v.e.-
l.'bb'S ll t I 1 1 ll.ll .III . Iv.ll.O.I
Sl.IKO I lie Cold Would III t I otllv
illjlll e I In III. 'l ie I" c.i II i ' 0 of
th M i' -. v .lie-il at apor . -.:t. i :ely
inni iino S net 1 toi c i.t I- I. u.i
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I loto d
Tie I . ti. i at t.i .- !. ' . ' e- h
this loot i.iiii: w .. -p.i J. i t -.
MAIL MESSENGER IS
SHOT AT PERSHING
l' r on:;. ol.;i . M.i i . li .''i "I" .. m .
' ii Uno IV Mo.eil (.j ; . 1 j I I
V. ho .' Ii : l. i i.i III 1 '. ilk la ''I l i i lit ' '
and rnblH-1 t-.Ve i.;' bis .-oil! i .oi.s ot
.1 Jillll-'llJ t 11': and ti'll .It I.i- . pot
lii re . at ly tlu 'nori .m. .
I Vllgt.t b'...'ghl the HI i fe... I'uV-
tiicka in an au'otiioh:.'. a. ..'i.ii.ri.nl
tc t.ve .'o'lipaloo'is and It" v a -
w i tu g in the depot lor t-i - 4 ... o i
1 f i .n ell Ihe l K it T. K. 1'.' mill
Two m i. k mI b.in.ti' i id. r. .1 I lie .!.
'i I and I h-ui. :.is t a Ins pi tol Pl.t
OO i.lte One lit III"' lo..'l ml ' MO
III the hmil.li r and the I. u t. I tie- '
trate bi taht "nil.-. II.. was iu lesl .
I.i a hietit.il In I'.ivv li I .i iitnl i:.' to
Cay w is re. iied l ot yet p.it .l..tg. i
After I'migl is Was .pot lu nimi ii -k.ns
wire 1 1 tl up and tobies!. Tin n
tin V Were Iim k'Ml in il bunk ti r utld I
Were not released u'd.l !0 o'. Ioi k I
One mnskej riitHr Mini ruard mil-i
fid" th depot Whit" tile ioIiImiv Wisj
staged. Th thre sun men e.Mi. in
tin uutolto-bile I
IN N. Y. PARK
"WL'.IU: AIT'ROI'RIATINU TOo
UWISHLV." I)L( LARI.I) THK SKN-
ATOK OK ARDMORK; Si I'l'ORT-
M) K.MKRiK.N(A i Ll SK
" (By Spfflil Stiff CerrMpoiidnit)
r Oklahoma City March "it. .Maximum
tax levies the ni-xt two years may be
neces.-aiy to enable Lie stale revi nues
to meet the appropriations of the eighth
legislature. Tin-re is little doubt Okla-
homa will have a comfortable surplus
in the tnasury a; the end of the pres-
ent fiscal ear and tin-re is sinail
. question of the revenues .f the next
biennial period being abb- to cover ex-
penditures Kit the state board of
- equalization may find a advisable to
make t in- levy lor Mate purposes three
sile. At loaj-t that is the way ltob
I'.ividsi.n chair. nan of tin- senate up-
' plVpI'.atlolls ci.lilllnHee. seems to feel
I i.i viil-on Was in a pessimisiic franc-
jot mind over oi -.n.pr.at .on- vesi.-rda.
I ile had been "ftjjUlillg up" and bad
i f. nnd l!i.il tin- total of s.nate appro-
ptl.lt.ollS sent over I.I ti.e boil.--: U.ll
! I- twe. ii L'i mi I IH ttiiiliiiti d- liar-. Atal
lii-- house Inb appropti.iting J.-teici'i'i)
I ilpp oMUI.ltc'y i- tdl to be lict.-ll Upnll
' hv t :v s. na'.-. i if cii.it -a- t house proh-
j i.l.! tt.li make in t e -li-. And t'e
I V i'ioii .lo;ir wan -a.u-e l.il! w ha h
'I-J----I li.-' -'Hal-- qute K-'bly will
'loi be i.pproved by.: In- lOW r Ini!.. h.
' 1 ul in .tc.it ions th- ure tti.it the total
id ;.'iil.i l ato!is at ill.- u wi.i
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W i ld - lli - It tt VI tl M liimii whnh
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for th- bio
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ASIM'R I'T ri.lvlS (.1 I.T
TO I IKST Ill.t.KKi; MIRDKR;
SKNT TO I'l N I OK Lll K
Newt Ashiraft. " man of many
and weird tab s of call-e of death of
'harles liixou. March 17 upiieared
lef. ne .Indue Thomas W. Champion
sitlim? in chamber.-- late last even-
ing arid pleaded guilty to first de-
gree murder. II" was sentenced t"
ih" penitentiary fur the term of his
OF CHARLES DIXON
SENT TO PRISON
M'.wt .s!i( kvi't i;ii;kko I'l.ia
or (.! ii.tv" n is now in
I'KNITLNTIAKV AT McALKS-
New t Asheral't t hargiM with U
murder of Charles liixon was sen-
tenced to life imprisonment at hard
labor late yesterday afternoon at au
opt n session of Ihe district couit Judge
T. W. Champion presiding. The .sen-
tence was pronounced following the
revot.iiriendation uf J. Jl. Mathers
The infoi tiiation barging Ashcraft
with Ihe nuiiil.-r wu.s read by Mi. Malh-
ei s and U))Oii the question as to w hat
pb-a In- wished to make A sh..-rai't's
.'.nsvver was "guilty." Asheraft has
been lal.eti to the state pcriiteriliury al
McAl(-:tcr leaving lKr.' last uiidnight.
Charles lioii dn-d in this oily March
17. as a result of wounds inflicted by
Asheraft. tin- r:u--ht preceding bellow-
ing his deal I. Asheral't was placed un-
der HIT--.-.I charged with murder the
widow of liixon being at rested later
charged with compli" ity. Mrs. lnxon
maintained her innocence throughout
a four hour grill by Assistant County
Attorney Hodge and was also exon-
erated of all connection with tiie crime
by Asheral't. She wa.s released from
custody I he latter pai t of last W eek.
Asia-raft told numerous M.uics of
the "accident" and al his preliminary
hearing refused to commit himself in
any matter other than saying that lie
had nothing to say that he waived his
Officials placed little credence in any
of Ashrraft's stories although Thomas
lOvans was arrested following n tdate-
menl of Asheraft charging him with
the rrime. Kvans was released how-
ever a few hours afterwards having
established an alini by proving his
whereabouts the night of the killing-
At the time of Kvans' arr.-st it was
v'.at.il that he was an employe of the
o. X. M. .if- l Railway Company. This
wa.s incorrect Kvans' having never
been employed by lb.- company offi-
cials ot : mi l ro.nl say.
EROST KING SPENDS
EORCE AND BEATS A
Vv'.ishiiig'n.ii. Mai. ii y.'. Th.- cold
wave whuli buke info un umu-'jul-Iv
wa:m spring la-t night continued
tod. iv over th.- ea-t. rn states but
via- iviri; w.y to lu.iuial t.-mpi r.i-
tUte ill the lllald'e We-t iitnl lhe
We.ither l.i.r.au priNlieted o:s-ipa-tnii
of the i o spel: by tomorrow
Tl.gll' Itl 1'a'lfal.l.
I'reedle t oil Oefa t II f.-s VVl-fe IV
poi t. d c..r!y ii.lav' a- far south as
VM-t.tn .i'h I'arolitia. t.orihein
Ceoisi.i. l.oi fh. -Hi Alabaiiin tioi lh-
e. ii Mis-i-Mppt an.) tun the. ii 'i x-I'-.o-t-'
oc. ui i ed this liiotniug
n i mt il Al.ilia-ii.i. c. tdi il Mitv---1.1
i'il' not I bet ii I.uisiaita and
c.iilial as. Tie- ent.'.- i':-l at
tin satin- true sluv.i.-d Willi tem-
pi r.it Li-. - b.-!.w I i o.-dic
1 : 1 . 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 lb nty Krowr r..-t ro tt ;.-d
... '. In;.. I St.it. - celitt Wis fm.ri.l
-1:' ot II' III dot' W e 'l Cot. I.. ! V a.saino-
t.Vl . II . I-'eel W.tll The l.'.'.llll .l.in-
1. irv 4 m M.-s lli n I. ". .M Kav.i-t'.i-.v
. !..r Tt .s ii-litiieiiil.itn.il ot
tb. jn: v 1 in tin- 1. .1 a -tia'.ty.
a -.-.i lo j; to 1 .si- i-.l 1. ill
FORTY THOUSAND IN TWO YEARS
"I ln-lit f 1 nm const' rvativ" said a momUr of tbe local
oil Iratt-rnity today." and 1 know thai 1 am not excited and
il is my honest opinion that Ardmore lias now entered upon
a yr.iwih that will not stop un'l the population has reached
W Inn the second reai cil pool wus discovered in Carter
county that discovery established a firm confidence in Ard-
more real estate and there has never been a time since that
date w hen a hoiee piece of Ardmore real estate wan offered
but what it was quickly taken.
Now since it seem cid..it that a third pool ha teen
found there is no waiting until a piece h offered. They
buyers are hunting for property and they ure paying the price.
The Ardmoreite is now urging every man in th city to
buy a lot. to prepare to build a home. There in no use to
wait until the values pet to a point where the purchase will
prove burdensome. No one has ever made a mistake in buy-
ing real estate in this city. You will not make a mistaku
today if you purchase property.
this is an ideal time to build. Kverybody is talking- home
owning. Take advantage of the situation now and buy a lot
and build you a home of your own. No coward ever d'3
anviVvinT Han't he afraid.
COUNTY !S KILLED
IN AUTO CRASH
Top of Victim's Head Was
Crushed Like EgK-Sheli;
Driver Was Prominent
Ardmore Oil .Man
NO LIMITS RAILWAY
j CROSSING IS CHARGED
j NOI.SK 01 .UTKOM IIINt; SWITCH
KNlii.NK (O.MBINKO WITH THK
OAItKNKSM SAli TO HAVK
1 I'ONl'T SKI MOTOKIST
II. L. Lynn farmer and hiockinan 01'
Madill was in.-.iantly killisl and K. II..
Hover prominent local oil man was
slightly injured when the automobile
In which the tv.o men win e riding
turned turtle rolling over twice wh-n
il Struck the tracks of the Santa Fa
Hallway I'otnpany at the intersection
of C street and First avenue south-
east opposite the warehouse of the
Tyler and Simpson Wholesale (iroceiy
Company al about :SU o'cloi.k last
Acr-or.l'.ng to a statement of Mr.
Royer he was driving his car a rit r. i-
Arrovv touring north on C street south-ea.-d
as h- reached the cro-sing coin-
ing into Fir--t avenue southeast he
saw a switch engine approaching mm
In- applied Ins emergency brakes ju)
as he was fini.-hiug the turn. He said
there were no lights at the crossing and
ihat d;ukne:s was eonf using-
Tho machine turned completely over
twice and settled on its left side with
I.ynn pinned beneath. His head was
severed in twain by the running board
of the car. Kuyer was thrown out
when the machine turned over the first
lime and landed clear if the wreck.
Mr. Koyer imme.h.-ifely r f r. r ascer-
taining that Lvtin was dead hail-d a
passing automobile and was driven
to the police station where he informed
Chief Chancellor of the accident. The
chief responded In person accompanied
by several patrolmen. In the mean-
time a hue:- crowd had gnHr-rcl about
the wrick and all hands were busily
eng.igej Lifting the car from Lynn's
I r. Walter Hardy arrived on the
scene and lifter he pronounced the
rnrin lifeless lLuvey liroth.-rs were
called and removed Lynn.-' body to
their funeral pallors.
Koyer received in-atmcr t for I
bruises which are regarded slight. )
the Hardy Sanitarium and theu reli.i
to his home. '
A mechanic in the iiniloy of jw
Telford the local dealer for ih- l'ierce-
Arroiv iaj- replaced a broken wheel
on the wrecked machine and drove it
to Telford's garage. The niachin wa.s
j practicailv totally d.-stioyej and rep-
1 r .-.-'. -r ted a mass of tangled wood str"l
j and shattered glass.
! Lvnn wa.s -10 years old. He Is stir-
i ived l y his wile arid MX tliildren who
! reside on the farm of the decased
about seven miles Houihw-oi of Madili.
; . W. Wiley of to:' li f treei north-
! west Ardtnore. is a nephew and K. li.
Lynn and Fred Lvnn both of 110J tl
j street northwest Ardmore aJc cousins
I Ol t lit- del SI.-'I d
Fuiiei.il servicixs for Mr. L HQ will
In- held tomorrow afternoon ul 2 o'clutk
j al .Madill.
Mr. lever and ihe ilei-.-aisl wa-rn
' cliee friends the families of both huV-
tng i-it.-d eai h othir on numerous oc
ca'ioiis. It is tillig.il that thr widow
arid brother - of the de.-eicsej exoneml
id Mr. It.ivif Of all biail'.e.
Nat. in -.-A slight Iii'pn.i'cmoiit wj
i.oti-i in the condition of Lieut. W. U.
Cotiev tie" s-cn'diii. ...! f;. who was
' il jlin l u a fal vl tide !C tempting A
I lioll--top fi.ght fr..il .I.i. ksvnville H.i
I.. San I in go. Cat. but ph se-iann Mali)
h i .iar.ee tor liv ing long wry .small.
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