Daily Ardmoreite (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 154, Ed. 1 Monday, April 11, 1921 Page: 4 of 8
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JL 11 1921
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
ARDMOREITE I'l'BLlSUlNU CO.
Afternoons (Except Saturday) and
Full Leased Associated Press Wire.
Entered at Ardmore Okla. Postoffice
as Second Class Mail
Business Office . 5
Advertising Department . 5
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all news dispatches credited to or not
otherwise credited in this paper and
also to the local news published herein.
ALL MUST HELP
Co-operation In all things means sue
cess. Co-operation Is the keynote to
success in any enterprise business
social public or private. Without it
the best laid plans come to naught and
defeat and failure result.
Co-operation upon the part of Aid
more citizens in a proposed building
campaign will result in more buildings
both residences and business houses.
But local co-operation will not be enough
The co-operation of the transportation
companies must be secured If Ardmore
Is to build into a city of real propor
tlons if all other municipalities In
the United States are to develop and
In Ardmore as in every other city
In the United States the cost of build
ing material has been reduced while
labor has cut Its scale as deeply as can
be done consistently the high cost of
the necessaries of life taken Into con
The main buplxar now In thp way
of any and all building enterprises Is
found In the cost of transportation. It
costs more to pay the freight on the
materials which go Into the construc
tion of a house. In many Instances
than that material costs at first hand
The transportation companies with
the usual Inconsistency are shouting
and preaching against the present ex-
tortionate wage scales yet these self-
same companies have already In many
Instances reduced their number of em-
ployes to the minimum and keep their
chirms of transportation up to the
Inasmuch as It seems impossible to
secure relief through legislative enact-
ment it seems that all matters cf
expansion must bo held to a great
degree In abeyance while the people
of the nation await the co-operation of
the big rail companies.
LULLING THEM TO SLEEP
Nevada Is a humano state humane
to man and beast to good citizen and
In evidence of this noted as one fact
the legislature of that state while not
willing -to do away with capital pun-
ishment has decided that the criminal
shall enter upon the last long and
dreamless sleep In the easiest possible
In plaee uof grabbing the murderer
as he comes red-handed from the com-
mission of his deed of violence and
strapping him into the death chair
where he Is forced to Fit while the
electric currents pass through his quiv-
ering frume and burn his lif away In
place of carrying the murderer up on
a Fcaffold. placing a rope ubout his
neck Fprlnglng the trap and permit-
ting him to calmly choke to uVath at
the end of a rope in place of standing
the ussassir. up airainst a wall and
perforating Ms anatomy with bull''t9.
the legislators of X v.ij.i liav e?iact''d
that th- dinjis whom decree of law
titi'l finding of Jury shall Uuru un-
worthy to longer live shall be shut
up in an airtight cell while hleeplng
pis Is fed to them painlessly und alo-
pathlcally until they clo.s" their weary
vis and dreaming of the last murder
committed pass vn-!nly into that
lraiiilcss sleep c.f eternity
H Is understood that a Kimilar law
was In contemplation by tho members
or tint Oklahoma legislature at one
time during the recent rcir'ilur session.
J.i fact it is suld that the proposed
ri eusure got to ttm 'debating" stage
und was warmly udvocated by at l-ast
three house members and one senator.
There and then It died
It d d beraue the tongue of (slan-
der whispirs th"-;e house members and
this one senator enn-d Inclined to
tali: their fellow member to dath
on the mattvr and these naturally felt
that It Weri- tetter for thi Oklahoma
criminals to face death sitting In the
electric chair than for the solons to
be forced Into untimely graves through
having to Inhale throtiKh their i-w
too much legislative
The Boys and GirlsNewspaper
Cmrlht Ittl AUMiitt EDItoft
Tk Bigwt Llttlt Panr la tk WarH
E4IUS ft JM H. Milltr
SCHOOL GIRL IS AN
DESIGNS OWN HATS
What a Girl Can Become"
Don't girls realize that millinery
is a tine art useful in the home as
well as in the shop?
Talking with a milliner recently
the writer was astonished to learn
that girls who care to learn mil-
rinery seem as scarce as the pro-
verbial hen teeth.
Shops these days are ever on the
lookout for wideawake girls who
are suited to hat making or bat
selling. True it may be the low
salary offered beginners that keeps
applicants away but any girl if
she has any ability at all can raise
her salary if she wants to.
One young high school lady that
X know a sophomore works in a
millinery shop after school every-
day. She is to take an all-day posi-
tion when summer vacation starts.
Another girl a year or so young-
er than the first is learning some-
thing about millinery by making
most of her own bonnets at home.
Not only is she getting pointers
about the work she. intends to do
when she leaves school but she is
saving herself quite a good deal of
The possibilities for girls in mil-
linery are unlimited. The girl with
natural ability to design and create
and with initiative may some time
own a shop of her own. She may
secure a position with a large de-
partment store or millinery shop a
hat buyer or head designer.
Nearly every successful milliner
is not only a good artist but a
good business woman. She is well-
dressed neat courteous and keeps
in touch with all the latest develop-
ments in her line.
Experience as a saleslady is good.
The girl who knows how to mako
liats generally makes a better sales-
lady than the one who does not.
But even though you have no in-
tention of ever becoming a profes-
sional milliner you can be an am-
ateur and make your own hats like
mv girl friend does.
"(Tomorrow: Photography for Boyi.)
K CALL OF Thi
J 1 ;
YOUR DOG LIKES PATS
BETTER THAN KICKS
This is "Be Kind to Animals
Week" in Chicago 111. Starting to-
day and continuing -through the week
till next Saturday special exercises
ore being held in the schools to
show how why and the results of
being kind to dumb creatures.
Movies and churches of Chicago
arc taking up the movement which
was started by the Anti-Cruelty society.
1 TODAY'S GREAT PERSON
April 11 "Your Birthday?
Edward Everett American states-
man and orator. Born Friday
April 11 1784 and died Sunday
January 13 1865. Before he was
21 years old he was ordained a
minister. He made his last speech
six days before his death. It was
his oration before Lafayette af
Cambridge in 1824 that did most
to win him fame as an orator.
DAILY HARD KNOT
We don't want to remind you too
much of school but today we have
a puzzle that involves three of the
things you are or have studied.
Rearrange each group of letters
and see what the subjects are:
Answer to last one: (I) come
home hone gone; (2) work pork
perk peak peas.
Willie (doing his homework)
"Wkat is the distance to the nearest
"I'm sure I don't know Willie."
"Well 1 hope then you'll feel
sorry tomorrow when I'm getting
punished for your ignorance."
A FAMILIAR QUOTATION
(Who wrote it?)
Necessity the mother of invention
But woe awaits a country when
She sees tears of bearded taea-
Walter Scott "Marmlon".
OF FAMOUS MEN
NUTS TO CRACK
What is the difference between
an honest and a dishonest washer-
woman? (Answer to Inst one: "If a postmas-
ter should go to a circus and the bear
should eat htm what time would It
be?" t JiL)
Do "Hoop Snakes" Roll?
No although there is many an old
story about a "hoop snake" taking
its tail in its mouth and rolling
along like a wire hoop. All snakes
wriggle along the ground.
He Admits It
A teacher was giving a lesson on
the rhinoceros and found his class
was not giving him the attention it
"Now my young people" said he
"if you want to realize the true
hideous nature of the animal you
must keep your eyes fixed on me."
The old fishing boat rocked in
the high waves; water splashed
over the sides but the three boys
on the boat were not afraid.
Giuseppe the "captain" was espe-
cially hilarious for at last he had
attained his youthful ambition of
being a sea captain. An old fishing
vessel rigged up with a sail was
too great a temptation for Giu-
seppe so he and his two com-
panions had watched their chance
stolen the boat and sailed with it
out into the Mediterranean.
But their pleasure was short
lived for Giuseppe's father learned
of the secret voyage took a faster
boat and soon caught up with the
Giuseppe Garibaldi has been
called the father of Italian liberty
for he was the leader of the Italian
HOME MAKES PLEA
FOR MORE MONEY
JL E. Harris manager of the Okla-
homa Orphanage und benevolent A.-
soclation in a communication with tills
office states that he in receiving ap-
plications from all over the Mate ask-
ing that he take children into the home
Eut on account of lark of room lie is
facintf a problem that will require as-
sistance from the people ut large if he
is able to meet it successfully.
In his communication yesterday Mr.
'Healdton April 7 1921.
"Deur Sir: I am snowed under with
pleas from different parts of the tate
asking that I take little orphan chil-
dren. Six urrlveJ yesterday from
Healdton and six from McAlester at
present we have eleven from Carter
"Mothers who have stayed with their
children until they have reached the
starvation point are also pleading to
come to the home with the little ones.
"All of our room is taken up. I need
room for 100 more children and had I
the money to erect the buildings I
would take all the little fellows 1 could
g t. I believe that the well to-do peo-
ple of this state ought to assist nu-
more than they do everybody in the
state ought to know by this time that
the only thing 1 want u dollar for is
to feed and clothe the homeless und
dependent ones i can only tell the
xtory in u plain way I tun neither
be or work upon the sympathies of
the people but I do want help.
".Not later than the first of June
I warit to besjin u concrete house that
will comfortably ueeuuitnudute at least
luo i lilldreti. and J believe that a hue
in the paper occasionally Would help
Hie to n great ext. lit in the wuik.
Trusting that yuU will give toy pli'U
publicity und thanking you in advance
for any u;s:staine you may tender. I
' Very respectfully
"M. E. IIARIUS."
SI-AATOK t AI'I'Mt Wil l. KK-
iMitoDK i; ; wiui.im; 1:11.1.
Washington April 10. An anti-giain j
Rambling b.ll will be lntrodixid in t-'ie
new ronnriss by Serial' r '.i pir ami
Representative Tinclier le Hi of Kan-
sas. The measure Senator Capper an-
nounced will lie s.iinl.ir to the bill which
fji!d in trn last coriirre-! but will have
a few r.dilress desil'lled t'l Tliei t ob.lcc
Hons to the former b.il and winch.
Senator Capper sail wo'.iM in.i p nul-
!. legitimate specul.Un u or 'hedging"
The new bill also will apply Xj cot-
tun us well us grain
t'se Ardmoreite Want Ads for sure
Scheduled For Week
Second Ward League: The Civic
League of Second Ward will meet at
the Second Ward school building ut
7:30 o'clock Monday night.
Klwanls Club: Regular weekly meet-
ing of the Kiwanis Club Tuesduy noon
at the Chamber of Commerce. T. B.
Orr president. Attendance contest be-
tween Evens and Odds closes.
Campfire Girls: Groups One and
Two of the Campfire Girl will meet
Tuesday afternoon Instead of the regu-
lar day Thursday at the Chamber of
Commerce. Group One will meet ut
3:30 o'clock Group Two at 4:30.
Hotary Club: The Ardmore Rotary
Club will meet at the noon hour Wed-
nesday In regular session at the Chum-
her of Commerce. L. S. Dolman presi-
dent. Ferndaie Review: The IVrnJule Review-
Club meets at 2:30 o'clock Wed-
nesday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
V. E. Watson 40S West Broadway.
Linn t'luii: Regular weekly session
of the Lions Club will be held Thurs-
day noon ut the Chamber of Commerce.
O. C. lusher president.
Second Ward Mothers' Club: Regu-
lar monthly session uf the Second Ward
Mothers' Club Will be held Thursday
afternoon at the Second Wurd school
building. Mr. Eelix King president.
Mrs. Ib-ttie .Norman speaker.
Notice to (lie I'uhlic
From this day on 1 hereby notify
the public that 1 mil no longer respon-
sible for any Indebtedness or transac-
tions made by my wife AdJiu Taylor.
E. C. Taylor. Adv.
Read Ardmorelte want uJs.
ENID MAN WANTS TO
FIND IH'NCll OK KIN FOLK
Enid Okla. April 11. F. P. louse.
who has spent considerable time and
money in an effort to find any existing
relatives was again disappointed today
when he received a letter from Mrs. C.
R. Sims of Wichita Kansas whom he
had written In hopes of obtaining infor-
tnatlon regarding a recently published
report cf the death of Julia Douse. The
letter received here stated that the re-
port was incorrect inasmuch as the
name was mis-spelled and should (have
read "Bous" The parents of Mr. Douse
died severll years ago In Cleveland
Ohio. He later came to Oklahoma and
lost trace of all relatives. He had two
brothers John and Charles and on
j'Mer Anna. Tfe name Douse roll's; a
rfre one Mr. Douse Is enterti'.'.ning
h-'pes that sorri" . :ie may place him tti
to' ch with people cf this name or peo-
ple who may Kr.nv of bin rtl.tlivts
If It's a gravel driveway you want
call "UT. Adv. 10-10
THE IDEAL WORKMAN
SUBJECT OF MORNING
SERMON DR. DAVIDSON
A large audience ut the Broadway
Buptist church Sunday morning heard
Dr. R. Ij. Davidson the pastor speak
on "The Ideal Workman" from the text
"I muct work the works of Hirr that
sent me while it is duy; the night Com-
eth when no roan van work." He said
"Religion with Christ was a personal
matter. In speaking of hid responsibil-
ity to God he did not say we but I
must work the works of Him that sent
merit. Service was also a personal mat-
ter with Him. Some men carry their
religion in their wife's name. The wo-
man that does all the praying and giving
and going to church for her husband
will go to heaven for him. Cod does not
deal with us in the aggregate but us
individuals. Everyone must give an ac
count of himself to God. It is not suf
ficient to belong to a church that Is ac-
complishing great things. I must do my
part to share in the reward.
The Compulsion of Ixtve
"There ure two kinds of musts In our
lives. There is the unwelcome necessity
which grips us with iron and sharpened
fangs; the needs-be which crushes down
hopes and dreams and inclinations and
forees the slave to his reluctant task.
And there is the must which has passed
Into the will into the (heart and has
molded the inmost desire to conformity
with the obligation which no more
stands over against us as a taskmaker
with whip and chain but has passed
within us and is there an Inspiration and
a joy. He that can say as J ecus Christ
In His humanity could sly my meat is
to do the will of Him that sent me that
man and that man alone feels no pres-
sure that Is pain from the Incumbency
of the necessity that rules ids life.
Necessity of Works
"Christ's life was a busy life. He said
I must work. Every man is under a
divine command to work with no di-
vine permission to loaf. In the sweat of
thy face shall thoui eat bread is the
word of Almighty God. Under this di-
vine command no man can cacao? ihls
duty to work without violating God's
law. We need to get the vicious idea
out of our philosophy that work is
drudgery. A loafer Is a blight on God's
creation and a burden and curse on his
fellow men. A religious loafer has no
more place In God's creation than an
industrial loafer. He Is a slacker In the
hour of the world's great need.
A Divine Program
"Jesus Uid nothing except that was
his duty to do. He followed the divine
program. AVhen a philosopher painter.
Inventor author orator financier
statesman he would have made. But lie
did nothing except what was his duty.
He was not a broad man. He said. I
have a work to do and how 1 am straigh-
tened until It Is accomplished. It is not
breadth that men need but depth God
hoN u progrum for every lifo und the
highest success can be achieved only by
following that program.
Brevity of Time
"The night cotneth when no man can
work. Life Is brief its work must be
done on schedule time or else remain
forever undone. Christ left no unfin-
ished task. On the cross Just before
he yielded up his life He cried it is
finished. As Raul faced death he said I
have finished my course. Happy is that
man who can say as he faces death
I have finished my life's work."
TWO DISTINCT PLANS FORM
TO SETTLE RAIL TKOI BLE
Washington April !0 President
Harding has before him two (separate
und distinct proposals for the settle
ment of the dispute between the rail-
roads and their employes. One propo-
sition that from S.' Davie Wurfleld
und Darwin P. Kingsley representing
security owners is that he use his good
offices to bring ubout regional confer
ences between representatives of the
carriers andthelr men. The other sub-
mitted by R. M. Jewell on behalf of
the five railroad mccluinicul unions is
he bring ubout a general confer-
i .. -...r;..l.l nl Mr. Kingley rx llivc
that one outcome "f the conferences
thev have suggested would be the for-
mation of u regnioiml railway board i"
each of the four groups into which tho
carriers luive been constituted by the
Interstate t 'omrnerce Commission.
Such hoards. It Is explained would be
composed of representatives in equal
numbers of the railroads arid the men.
To them would be referred disputes
which could not be adjusted by direct
negotiation between the carriers' man-
agers and the employes. Should the
regional board fall to adjust the dif-
ferences the disputed points would go
to the railroad labor board at Chicago.
Notice to the Public
We the undersigned general contrao
tors wish to notify the public that we
are in no way connected with any other
firm or individual nor N anyone con-
nected with us In any way. See us for
prices arid plans.
BROWN & McCOY
MeCov 502 R N. W. Phone 1523
Carthage Mo. Kire today destroyed
part of the quarry mills of Steadley
and Company one of the largest stone
quarry companies in this section en-
tailing an estimated loss of $100000.
When you buy Meyer Castor Oil you Eet
100 medicinal value. Pressed from
carefully selected beans the clean un-
adulterated oil tested for its purity
is packaged and scaled to keep it pure
A certificate of test in each package is your
guarantee of purity by the largest drug
house in the world of 69 years' established
Ask your druggist for MEYER Castor
Oil in original certified package
Meyer Brothers Drug Company
77i Lar ft Drug fiout in tht World
Aspirin Epiom Salt Iodine
Peroxide of Hydrofcn Milk of Magnesia
And Other Houichuld Drugi
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relief M toon M
it touches that
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hours of tortur
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DEMOCRATIC ORGANIZATION TO
AID THE ADMINISTRATION
WasUnpton April 10. Ceorge White
chairman of thn Democratic nutiotiul
committee who Is conferring with the
LHmocratic leaders in the senate and
houne announced today thut uid from
(purely organisation activity the ef-
fort of the national committee would
be Intended to be helpful to Prid'iit
Harding. He nddol that he w m pure
the administration with Its manifold
and conflicting obligation would need
the help of nil.
"I am deeply gratified." nald Mr.
White "at the record which linn thus
far been mad by our rollticnl rnemien
tiow the chief of the nation In that
1h-y hsve by net. en-'orsed the policies
of the prcdT n'1tntn;riti'ti which
formerly tbv t. ry bv
Kvrrv nrtlrle In cur store is
"spnnUIn brand new." 1
Our giKxU are all well known brands I
We live you good service and cour.
We invite you tit rail and see us
FKMiER & HILTON
I'lione liHiij No. 3V A St. N. h.
One of the first things to impress
the driver of a Chandler ear is the
"unity" of Chandler construction.
The whole chassis seems to be
welded as one complete part and
this Chandler characteristic is one
of the principal features which make
the Chandler popular in Carter
WARD MOTOR CO.
"Most Service for the Least Money"
E. B. JAMES Manager
"Why can't you behtvt yourself ?"
Metryjtne asked Tommy T'Ppetov
Mary Jane and
Tommy Tippetoe the Mouse
TOMMY TIPPETOE was a little
brownmousethatlived behind the
wall of the kitchen cupboard in Mary
Jane's house. Mary Jane's mother
scolded Tommy Tippetoe often es-
pecially when he would eat a big piece
out of the cake or nibble the cheese.
But he always kept coming around.
One day Mary Jane's mother said to
TommieTippetoe; "Now listen to me.
You and I are going to be very bad
friends if you don't turn over a new
leaf and quit bothering folks. Why
can't you behave yourself?"
Tommy got pretty red in the face
and he curled his tail up. But finally
he said "111 tell you what 111 do. You
give me a can of that delicious Mary
Jane Syrup all for myself and 111 take
it away out in the woods and won't
ever bother you again."
And Mary Jane's Mother did and
he went away. So everybody is happy
now. And they have Mary Jane Syrup
with their waffles pancakes and corn
bread and bread and butter every day
And sometimes Mary Jane and the
girls have the greatest fun making
taffy and the most delicious candy you
ever tasted with Mary Jane Syrup.
LOOK FOR the next atory about "Mary Jan
and Fairy Goldyahoaa"
TT ft children. The complete set of 30 Mary June Fairy Tain bcautl-
-i-j2j fully Illustrated. Sent free upon receipt of one Mary Jane Libel taken
from can of Mary Jane Syrup. Write Corn Products Refining Company Argo Illinois.
Relish the Zest
of delicious sorghum flavored
Mary Jane Syrup on biscuits
pancakes corn bread And the
price permits you to serve the
hungry little folks all the Mary
Jane Syrup on sliced bread that
their large appetites demand.
Get a can today at your grocer.
MARY JAME SYRUP
WITH THAT DELICIOUS SORGHUM FLAVOR
WALUCE-McVAY BROKERAGE COMPANY
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