Daily Ardmoreite (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 42, Ed. 1 Friday, February 17, 1922 Page: 3 of 12
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FRIDAY FEBRUARY 17. 1922.
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BURNED AT SEA
Old KK PIGS ATTRACT
SHHMPT TO M ASH U6i SK
mncmi.n Web. DnmkM iis.
ratted b) .lams Lucy of Chuldron.
eb wcmi mi j louring rampug
ntl unwittingly rauseU the arrext
if their owner for violation !' the
prohibition laws by the sheriff who
.00k :i sample of the mash they
PEP IS ALL GONE
W. B. Hale Paid SI. OHO for
story That Was OnJv Woman 75 Sued
Partly Published; Con-
tents are Unknown
CHICAGO. William Bayard Hale's
turnout interview with the German
);'). sold to the Centurj maffastne
ID H1O8 roi- $l.i)00 and partly printed
Ii.-foro It wuh suppressed was almost
made Known to the world Thursday
l' William Welislcr lvllvu'i-li frir.
mer president of the Century Pub-
liiiiiitr company and great gi.tnilson
01 Noah Webster
Portions of the famous Interview
jere told to the students of Medill
Ichool of Journalism after reporters
had promised nol to make them pub-
lie "What was It?" asked Mrs.
JMith Rockefeller McCormlck daufh-
tsr of John n. Rookefeller at the
Conclusion of the addiTSs "What llio
Unit said about my father'.' Do Ml
ll( even though It were unfuvonihle."
My dear lady" replied Noah Web-
Iter's great-grandson "L can only re-
i'fut that It was unfavorable. Other
ilian that I remember nothing in thut
111 of the interview. And every sin-
ip copy of the Interview was taken
100 miles out into the Atlantic ocean
ind there burned by a puked detaoh-
nent of German naval officers who
.n in the day In the furnace moms of
warship to do it."
Mi. SltSWOrth told how William
Bayard itale obtained permission to
Interview the kaiser and how the hit-
ler spoke freely to him on scores of
ItlbJectS while pacing the deck of a
ht in the moonlight.
told how the Century people
bought it and suppressed it after re-
jjjquests to do this poured In on them
hi hi n tin I n..l T.l.fr.-i t1i r.rfi.torl
1j.u1 interview with the kaiser tha
lliiionsed much ill fAAllns In Rflfflfl nil
nd also In Germany lie told ho
realdant Roosevelt was given a copy.
IOd hOW all the otner printed pages
"'ii' placed in a safety deposit vault
1 later were turned over to the Ger-
man government which sent a war-
ship yere to get them. Hut what
t was all aboui be relused to tell for
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liox supiier given by the Spworth
1 ifus at Broadway llathodlst phufen
Monday night February 20th. Kvery-
I ody invited.
MEN PLEAD GUILTY
TO ROBBING BANK
TAHLKQT'AH okla. With Lewis
irtls B barber of Itraggs. Muskogee
unty and Charley White of Marble
ly pleading guilty to having robbed
S Parmers1 Htab- bank at Park Hill
W. itlllSflsy. January 2a. of $570.
aunty authorities announced today
hey had obtained a confession from
he men which involves one of the
Iggest gang of bank bandits which
I tve infested eastern Oklahoma in
Curtis atld White pleaded guilty late
l.i -lay afternoon When arraigned
llteicie County Judge A K. Robert-
OKLAHOMA CITY SEEKS
RELIEF IN G AS RATES
Mrs Kara - a un-
SAVANNAH Ga. Mrs. Zary Stokes
Sr. 76 one of the oldest twins In
this state is being sued by her hus-
band for divorce. He is 80:
Btokes charges his wife deserted
him. She denies that.
When the aged man failed to pay
$5 a week r.limony as directed by
the .iudge. Mis. Stokes culled on the
sheriff to jail him. The sheriff did.
"I'll die in ?lil befote I'll spend
a cent!" the aged man is alleged to
have declared "There's no accountin'
' for women's doln's."
MASKED MEN LOOT
ADA Okla. Four masked men late
Thursday held up t ho watchman at a
j dry goods store at Stratford a small
i town east of here rifled a drug store
and the dry goods entabllshment of
goods valued at approximately $500
according to a report to the sheriff
When last seen the robbers were
headed toward Ada in a motor car.
Jewelry in a dmg stop' comprised the
. bull; of the loot. It was said.
Only One Fighter Left and
He Goes to Madison
Square Garden to Do
His Scrapping Now
XEW YORK An old Chinese vet-
eran of the tong wars of other days
sat drowsily against the doorway
of his curio shop in Manhattan's
Chinatown today and stroked the head'
'f his mongrel pup.
His attitude was typical of his caste. !
Chinatown was uo lazy or perhaps
too uninterested to get excited over
news of tong wars on tbe Pacific i
eoasi and that "Frisco's Chinatown"
was In a ferment fearing it would
be drawn into the battles.
Patrolman John IS AM guardian
of Manhattan's Chinatown yawned
and dryly remarked:
"Chinatown is a joke not enough
pep to chose a cat."
Patrolman Abt has been patrolling
I he narrow street: of Pell Doyer and
Mott for more than 10 years. He
first was sent there in the exciting
days that followed the killing of Flsle
Sb'gel and the shooting of Mock
Muck these bloody days of war that
ended in the signing of a treaty be-
iween all the tongs a treaty which
has In the main been faithfully ob-
served. "Yep" said Abt "pep is all gone.
The only fighting left in Chinatown
is Georgie Lee. He's a bantamweight
and goes up to Madison Square Garden
to do his scrapping.
"Five years ago there still was a
lot of queer uolngs down here but
Doyer street now is just like a side-
walk in Woodlawn cemetery. Opium?
Tot enough to fill a pipe. Gunmen?
Well they may come down here but
they don't operate on my beat eel
"What? Me got a soft Job? Say!
I have to be n. doc tor lawyer under-
takers' man spiritual adviser and
what not for these people.
"The reason they quieted their tong
wars was that they learned that Sing
Sing and tli electric chair could hold
Chinese the same as anybody else
that's It the electric chair. That's
what scared the bad men.
"Why there's a dead chap up in
So. 12 right now but nobody'll touch
him afraid of the spirits. I'll have
to lay him out myself. When they
want a doctor they come to me and I
have to call him. When they wait "
At this juncture a Chinese boy
came running to Abt muttering an-
grily. It developed that he had had
Hold-Up Uses Pliers
To Frighten Victims
SKATTLR Wash -Armed only
With a pair Of pliers John lut-
tely held Up two places of busi-
ness one in broad daylight the
police charge. He thrust the
pliers forward pistol fashion
holding them in a pocket of his
Mackinaw and carried off 910
according to the police.
He retuir-d two women clerks
in a millinery ItOTS to lie face
downward on the floor and while
police SOUfbt him repeated the
ruse in u restaurant. II" was
apprehended as hs left I he res
PARSONS Kan. A forty-mile gale
Is sweeping across .southern Kansas
and northern Oklahoma today. Mic h
damage is being done to wheat be-
cause of soil blowing farmers sav.
SELFISHNESS CAUSE Barney Couldn't Stand
OF THE DEPRESSION To ta Scout Hanged
"The inordinate selfishness of a
great dass of people or rather of
many people one class awaiting the
action of the other Is one of ihe
chief causes of financial depression
in the country" Darius A. Brown
special representative of Secretary of
Labor Davis and who addressed an
Ardmore audience Thursday night at
the high school auditorium.
Mr. Ilrown has toured the United
States for tho past IS months and
has had ample time for observations
along these matters. He predicted
that conditions will remain as they
nre or rather that conditions will
not get any better until the feeling
Of selfishness i eliminated.
Mr. Hrown was former mayor of
Kansas City Mo
PITTS ByRC An invitation to
attend S hanging at Missoula
Mont. was declined by Barney
Krevfuss. owner of the Pittsburg
National league baseball club.
Out In the western city. Joe
Yukovitch according to the offi-
cial invitation is to go to the gal
lows following his conviction for
murder Frank Jones a pirate
scout resident of Missoula re-
cently secured the hanging invita-
tion for Dreyfuss who declined on
ths grounds that his nerves needed
rest after making up the 192'.' Na-
Uonal league schedule.
a dispute with a Jewish merchant I
around the corner. Abt settled the
argument and came hack to his post.
"Know these people pretty well?"
he was asked.
"Nope. They don't tell you any-1
thing until they've known you 25 j
year. I've been here only 10."
He stretched yawned again and ;
I sauntered up Mott street to shoo a
crowd of children who were playing i
"ring around the rosy." out of a!
I truck's path.
Legionnaires urged to attend lunch- j
eon Ardmore Hotel Saturday noon:
KI'GFNK .1. M. A.l.RA Adjt.
There Is only one medicine tha
really stands out preeminent as a
medicine for curable ailments of the
kidneys liver and bladder.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root stands
Ihe highest for the reason that it has
roven to be just the remedy needed
in thousands upon thousands of dis-
tressing cases. Swamp-Root makes
friends quickly because its mild and
Immediate effect Is soon realized In
most cases. It is a gentle healing
Start treatment at once. Sold at ah
drug stores in bottles of two sizes
medium and large.
Ilowev.r f you wish first to test
this great preparation send ten cents
to Dr Kilmer & Co. Binghamton N;
Y. for a sample bottle. When writ
ing be sure and mention this paper.
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l et Dr. Milch
sll put your
'St ill shape.
Here all week.
Is That Cold and
Cough Hanging On?
YOU will be convinced tliat Dr.
King' New Discovery does put
what it is scant lo do soothes cough-
raw throatj congestion-tormented
chests loosens the phlegm pack and
breaks the obstinate cold and grippe
attack relives the congestion in the
head. No harmiul drugs therefore
good for children as well as grownups.
Right a way you will notice the
change for the better. Has a coc-
vtiving healing taste that you will
apnreeiate. Buy a bottle at anv drug-
gists on the wuv home to-night '60c
For Colds and Coughs
Laay PeopLazyBowels. Don i
neglect constipation. It undermines
the health takes all vim out of
vou. Dr. King's Pills will invigorate
the system stir up the liver move the
bowels. .Ml druggists 25c.
D PROMPT ! WONT GRIPE
. r. Kings PUls
iKLAHOKA CITY. Oklahoma City
rvill join with other cite s of the si u
. '1 by the Oklahoma Natural Gas
Company In legul action for relief ol
lionsutneis .if imv was unnounced
Friday by Mike Uonnelly. commls-
goner of finance who said an Its
would be recommended in Ihe next
it v budget tor expenses of the muni-
Ipal counsellor who will represent
liii rlt In audi action. F.. B CUf-
'td. city chemist wus ordered by i
Hob Carman commissioner of put-ill'
I to lest gas now olicrcd to
SENATE PAVES WAV FOR
ACQUISITION OF REAL KSTATK
WASHINGTON. The senate today
passed the bill iiavlng the way for the
war department to complete the ac-
quisition of real estate at a number
of army camps and supply bases
which was taken over during the ex-
tension of facilities during the war.
in UK. II
PONCA CITY. The Ponca City ;
high school basketball nam won Its
ilghlh straight victory in ihe North- i
0 Oklahoma basketball league Tburs-
l.i olk'hi by defeating the fast New-i
lit. 1 1 k team 4u to 2s The poncans lead
all of the way. I'iihi team work audi
Iticciir.ile HliiHitlng featured the game. 1
Willi d .I.diu-oii at center was high.
. . T I
fMni man. coring nine field goaN.
One more victory ' will secure the
iltle for tho local team.
All members of the American Le-
lnlon in Carter county huve been re-'
iiicsted to meet at the noonday lunch-
i-on Saturday lo take up matters of'
You know it
in a minute
Two deep draws of tha
rich fragrunce of a
. . . and you just nat-
urally KNOW you've
No it doesn't cost a quarter f)
A 2-for-25c site
There's a ILmmS .1 J
And even a 10c site K
F. R. Rice Merc. Cigar Co.
Cs t t si
r.y Tht reIs why! -s
Soothinq and HejJinq
Don let a poor skin
bar you from society
when the simple use
of Resinol Soap and
Ointment is sure to
relieve the condition
A standard skin truatmcrt
for. XZHr I
NEW APPAREL WITH
APPEAL OF SPRING
Presenting the New in Suits
Frocks Coats and Other
Garments in the Adopted
Styles of 1922
Which temptingly foretell
Taffetas in the favored
navy browns and blacks
rrepe knit canton crepe
georgettes developed in
charmingly new and dif-
ferent styles with many
colorful touches of trim-
mings priced from
are most correct in mode
and becomingly youthful
ami extraordinary wide
selection in ityie and ma-
terials including hand-
some suits of the finest
tricot inc. poiret and twill
cord in tailored blouse
belted and box models:
some with steel beading;
some with elaborately
embroidered designs tail-
ored efftct with careful
hand work. Priced
Ardmore's Leading department Store.
For the First Time in YEARS
AN ALL WOOL
SUIT fe 25
Brown and blue striped all wool worsted snappy 2-button models.
Been some time since suits of this quality were offered at this price
the quantity is limited so take advantage of its quality.
Men's Overcoats and Ulsters
$20.00 to $60.00
Almost every type of Overcoat and Ulster now in vogue is in the
collection snappy or conservative models They are built for serv-
ice and warmth.
Spring Suits Are Here
Fashion Parle. Stein Bloch Langham High.
Vou select thf color. We guarantee fit ami
service. Parvee and Co-Ves are the newAsI
novelties in young fellows' clothes.
Stetson Hats for
spring. All the new-
est shades and
Showing the New Sport Coats and Skirts
For Spring and Summer
Clever little coats in all the .spring shades
including red Kelly green tomato and per-
Swagger Coats l'olo (oats and ( apes
$17.50 to 129.50
A beautiful lot they are. In those rich block
plaids that fashion has decreed THE thing
lor this season. Silk ami wool all popular
Handsome Sweaters in All-Silk and Mercerized
SI 2.50 to.M7.50
AC ' I C C i J All our Middy Blouses Reduced 15 per cent.
Special rcr Saturday whitr Midd sUiu. nft
r I Very special jSj'UU
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