Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 24, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 13, 1922 Page: 1 of 6
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Chickasha Oklahoma Saturday May 13 1922
OVER HUGE BOY
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Oklahoma Cliy May 13. Avcn
I Colili 13 of Hrltton It a happy boy
Ha won Ihs stale spelling con-
(pat which waa held yesterday In
connection with a meeting of the
county uporlntndntit of achool.
Avon la a living example of tlm
truth taught by leather evury
I where that obstacle aro but step-
I ping (tone to something higher.
For almost throe yaart Avon lux
been an orphan and for over two
Will Be Awarded Lovlna Cud: No ho h" " '' h"
Ovr 1100 Boya Cueitt of Rotary
Club In First Annual Affair; Po-
plo of City Co Operate to
Mako It Success
WEST SCHOOL WINNER
IN SPORTING EVENTS
Brillon Boy Best
Speller In State
Winner Of Contest
TO HEAR PULPIT
Senior High School Baccalaureate
Service to Bo Conducted Sua
day Evening; J.H.8. Service
SERMONS BY ROACH AND
WARREN ARE FEATURES
Accident Reported; Transporta-
tion Department Work Per.
fectly; Thanks Extended.
"Helping Itotary help the boya"
waa the popular paatlmo In Chlcka-
aha yesterday aftornoon.
Thn town almply laid off and did
the thousand and one things there
were to do to "put over" the boys'
picnic. It waa staged In the beau-
tiful woodland pasture on the 3. S.
Browno farm near Lucllo and from
the lima the boys hit camp In the
early aftornoon until the last truck
load of yougslcra had left thogrounds
there whs not an Idle minute.
Tim work of the transportation de-
partment under the direction of
Henry Stephenson waa one of the
f futures of the day. More than 100
automobiles and trucks were used In
the job of gutting tho boys to the
grounds and returning home. Car own-1
or of Chickasha as well as busl-
ness firms responded nobly to tho
call for volunteers.
Jim Tenipluton bos' work com-
mittee chairman of Itotary stated
this morning that as near as he
could estimate tho guests there were
lir0 boys present ranging in ages
from 18 or 19 (o four or even to a
number of two-year-olds.
Ira Baldwin mess sergeant of Ro-
tary with Ills crow of helpers pro-
pared a menu using 4500 "wonlos"
moro than 3000 buns somo 5000
boiled eggs 30 gallona of Ice cream
and six barrels of punch the latter
being donated by tho Keen Kolu
company of this city.
Tho program at tho grounds con
Histcl of athletic events. Many
racis wcro run and several lively
boxing matches Htaged. It was esti-
mated that there Is not a tree on
the Drowno farm that from one to
a half dozen boys did not climb. A
patrol of "big boys" was busy
throughout the aftornoon keeping tho
"little boyB" out of the river.
During tho afternoon a scaro was
thrown into the crowd when it was
reported that one boy had fallen
into tho river and had boon washed
uway but fears were quieted when
tho youngster In question appeared
at tho "mess hall" shortly there-
after nnd asked "When do wo eat?"
In llio athletic events staged un-
der tho direction of Jeff Williams
sports committco chairman tho
West school with a total of25 points
won the . Rotary loving cup. The
Northwest school was second with
12 points; Southwest third with 11;
South was fourth with 4 while the
North and Catholic schools tied for
last place with one point each.
As far as could bo learned this
morning there was not an accident
during the entire day. "If anyone
was hurt in any way It has not
been reported" said Dr. Tcmpleton.
Last night there was some anxiety
when it was reported that four
small boys had not returned home.
A search was started but had not
gone far when the boys arrived safe-
ly homo. They had been on a
truck piloted by somo high Bchool
hoys" which had boon stuck In a
"Without the help of Chickasha
men and women the picnic could
not havo been staged" said Roy
Junes president of Rotary this
morning "file Rotary club wants
to extend Its slncero thanks to cv-
oryono who had a part in helping
inako the picnic a success. The Ro-
tary club could not have done it
alono and credit for its success
should go to the scores of Chicka-
sha folks who so unselfishly gave
their efforts to euable tho boys to
have an outing. Wo feel especially
grateful to Mr." Browne for donat-
ing the use of his woodland for the
"Perhaps there were mistakes
made but those will he corrected
next year. We aro new In the mat-
ter of entertaining boys in this
wholesale fashion but will make it
an annual affair and will be able
next year to give them a better en-
tertainment. The affair was a big
success and it was the splendid co-
operation of everyone that put it
Methodist OrpbniuT Homo Just out
Id Hrltton. Until Chrlstmaa he
attended achool on tho orphanage
ground but at that time ha entered
the eighth grado and It wa neeoa
ary for him to walk two mlloi to
school at Hrltton.
Twenty-ali children from that
many counties entered the contest.
The word which stumped Avcn
Ada Couney of Wilson won see
ond place and Helen Tllley of Klofer
wpn third place.
WILL BE RAISED
SOON IS REPORT
Interior Department Investigators
8tate That "Gentlemen's Agree-
ment" to Boost Price to 30
Cents by June.
"BLUE SUNDAY!! IN ENID.
(By The United Press.)
Enid May 13. Enid dont want
her amusement palaces her movie
shows to remain open on Sunday
according to incomplete and unof- A. Whitehurst president
ficial returns from a "blue Sunday" ! state board of agriculture.
n The United iw.)
Washington .May 13. Further In-
creases in gasoline prices will he
made effective soon in all parts of
tho country It was learned at the
Interior department today.
These Increases may total four or
five cents per gallon by tho middle
of June It was stated. This. Is in
addition to increases made during
tho past six weeks ranging from
four to six cents on tho gallon.
The Standard Oil company will
lead tho way in the next price
boost according to reliable infor
Practically every oil concern of
importance is pledged to Increase
prices for tho summer and fall
months. It is understood hero. A
"gentlemen's agreement" is said to
exist for raising tho price to 30
cents a gallon during the next two
weeks' and to exceed that figure
Attorney General Dnugherty has
promised to make a thorough Inves-
tigation on his return from tho
week-end trip with President Hard-
ing. William J. Durns head of tho
bureau of investigation of the de-
partment probably will be assigned
to tho task.
Senior to Weir Cap and Gowns;
Junior High School Hat Large
Graduating Class; Others
Finish Thla Summer.
STOLEN SHIP IS
(By The Unitod Tress.)
Dallas Texas May 13. Thieves
who stole an airplane in Dallas did
not reckon with the police depart-
ment's Twentieth Century equip-
ment. The--- plane wrecked and
abandoned was recovered through t
use of tho wireless according to po-
Tho piano a Curtlss valued at
$3300" was reported stolen from tho
McGraw Aviation company's grounds
at Love field about daylight Friday.
Officers were immediately notified
and news of the theft and a descrip-
tion of tho plane was broadcasted
Word was received early last
night of a plane which had crashed
Into a tree near Bluffdale in Erath
county. It was Identttlea as tne
stolen plane. Erath county officers
had received the wireless message
and were on the lookout they told
local officers. No trace of the pilot
or occupants could be found and
there was no indications that any
one was injured in the crash.
Dallas police stated today they
had reports recently of a man com-
ing here and trying to interest ama-
teu flyers in stealing a plane and
robbing a bank at South Haven
Kan. One local amateur flyer was
reported missing last night.
The Chlckaaha high achool baeca
laureate sermon wilt bo preached
Hunday evening beginning at
o clock In I he Sugg theatre. Rev.
F. M. Warren of Norman will de-
liver the sermon tho subject of
which has not been announced here.
Ninety-five senior who will re
ceive tholr diplomas Friday even
Ing May 19 and as many patrons of
thn school as can flint. room In the
theatre ure expected to alt end the
baccalaureute services. The senior
will be rlud In their caps and gowns.
Miss Helen McMlcken will sing.
Rev. Mr. Warren pastor of th
First Christian church at Norman
is an eminent speuker and lecturer.
Senior Class Day exercises at the
high school will ho held Thursday
afternoon beginning at 6:30 o'clock
on the high school campus. A pro-
gram will bo rendered.
Dr. J I lit on Ira Jones of Stillwater
will deliver tho commencement ad
dress to tho H. S. seniors Friday.
evening In the high school audl-j
J. H. S. Sermon Tomorrow.
Rev. W. A. Roach pastor of the
First Presbyterian church here will
deliver tho junior high school bac
calaureate sermon in tho Rlulto
theatre Sunday morning beginning
at 11 o'clock.
Tho ninety-one students who will
be graduated fro nil ho P. II. S. at
tho commencement services Thurs
day evening and tho 21 pupils who
will got their diplomas after com-
pleting some summer school work
are expected to hear tho baccalaur-
These Will Graduate.
Names of junior high school stu-
dents who will bo graduated Thurs-
day evening woro announced this
morning by Principal G. T. Foster
Olin D. Atkin Daniel O. Anderson
Robert. Arnold Gladys Baker Mar-
vin Balch Cora Ethel Beaver Wiley
S. Bird Thos. Blake jr. J. Theodore
Brown Gertrude Buchanan Robert
Buchanan Hersohel J. Campbell
Bennio Carlisle Cora Louise Chas-
tain E. Erwin Chiles Byron Elling-
ton Coleman Hubert Ashley Cooper
Ruby Cosgrovo Dorothy Mae Cox
James S. Cralle Temple Donaldson
Jewel Katherine Elgin Frances El-
lis Bertha Ferguson.
Bortha Field Emmett Fitzpatrick
Maoml Floyce Foster Ray French
Wilbur 'Glotfelter Viola Godliehore
Tholma Graham Blanche Evelyn
Greasby Lillian Elinor Greasby
Ewel Groen Earl Gut.hridgo Al-
wanna Hamilton Cora Phoebe Har
grove Tholma Harris Florence
Hicks Harry Holcomh Edward Hol-
llngsworth Mario Huddloston Wll-
ACCREDITED SCHOOLS IN
OK LA. SHOWING INCREASE
(11 The Vlillnl Pri )
Oklahoma Cltr. Muy 1.1. Annual
high school bulletin of tho stale
allow a 13 per cent Increase over
l'.-l In tho number of accredited
schools. It wa announced today by
State Siipcrliitenilet't It. II. Wilson
Number of accredited high schools
la six hundred. .
1923 PRESS MEET
(lly 11m Lult4 firm)
Ponca City May 13. Duncan was
awarded the 1923 convention of the
Oklahoma Press Association at tho
meeting hold here today.
Tulsa which bad also been after
he convention withdrew Its bid
before tho election.
Elmer Josse of thn Mangum Star
was elected president of the associ
Ponca City Okla.. May 13. Tulsa
nartlesvlllo and Duncan aro making
a strong bid for tho 1323 convention
place of tho Oklahoma Press as
The editors will bo taken on a
trip through thn oil fields this af-
MOTHER WILL 8E
IN SERVICE HERE
American Legion Ha Special Pro-
gram at Sugg In Afternoon;
Churches Are Observing Day
ON ALLIED VIEW
Britain and Italy Support Suggestion
for Mixed Commission; French
Bitter In Opposition; Talk
FRENCH DELEGATES TO
RETURN HOME IS WORD
Will Not Participate In Further Dls
cutslon Regarding Russia; Will
Stay In Genoa on Icon-
omlo Questions Deal.
(Mr Tht I'hiM Frm.)
Genoa. Mny 13. Lloyd Gwirgo at
(ho mooting of tho political sub-
commission today formally proposod
that a mixed commission bo named
to take up tho- financial and other
problems of Russia and tho allies.
He also proposed a truce to remain
In effect In tho Russian border
states until Bn agreement Is reached.
I ouls llarthotl chief of thn French
ueiegation opposed both sugges-
tions. The commission thereupon
djournod until five p. in.
Accused Taken To
On Bond Charges
(By Tin t'minl I'm)
Oklahoma City. May 13-'harlis
Ripley and W. (1. Jenkins arrested
hero yesterday In connection with
the alleged bond mheiileuiPiit lu
. dulr county havo been taken to
Warrant Issued for Tom Green
president of tho Omen Construction
company havo not been served.
Green cannot bo located according
to Sheriff Hen Dalicy.
Tho arrests nro tho outgrowth of
Iho purchase with Adair county
fund bond of Pershing. Okla..
which aro suld to bo practically
HEARING IS SLATED.
Hr The l iilM Prt.
Oklahoma City. May 1.1. Stato
corporation commission will hold a
hearing May 21 to consider tho con
struction of a union station In Okla-
French to Go Home.
(lly Tin United Ir- )
Paris May 13. Tho Freuch delo
gat Ion to the Genoa conferenco will
return to Paris after tho oconomlc
and technical questions have been
disposed of and will not participate
further In discussions with regard
to Russia it was semiofficially an-
(Continued on pago two.)
INFERIOR BRAND SEED
CUTTING WHEAT YIELD
CREATE FUND TO
House Committee Favorably Reports
Bill Appropriating $500000 to
Handle Cases of Defraud
ers of Government.
(By Tho Untied Press.)
Washington May 13. The first
definite move in the campaign to
round up and prosecute war defraud-
ers came toBay when the house ap-
propriations committee favorably re-
ported a bill giving the department
of justice a special $500000 graft
prosecution" fund. The money is
needed according to Attorney Gen-
eral Daugherty to employ extra in-
vestigators and counsel.
The bill will be passed in the
house Monday under plans of house
leaders and then sent to the senate
with the. request that equally speedy
action be given it there so that
President Harding can sign it be-
fore the end of next week.
The money was requested by At
(By The United Press.)
Oklahoma City May 13. Oklaho- torney General Daugherty after Rep-
.. .. 1 e v . 1 In 1...: T-wl .... f.' AT will ; ..n rt anr1
Johnson South Dakota republicans
had pressed their resolution provld-
inc an investigation by congress in-
Ito the alleged laxity on the part of
onanial AiantiMl Vl 1 I liVIrlnir TI1.1 I tla annnlinoDil on crlnnaf innol iam. ' lU Anniilnicnf rf 1itotia in ISrintr.
yote was 2.858 to 1711. jpaign today to obtain better seed jng war grafters to justice
ma farmers are losing from three to
five bushels of wheat an acre due
to inferior feed according to John
The Raymond T. Hurst post of
the American Legion will honor tho
mothers of tho nation in a program
to bo given Sunday afternoon be
ginning at 2:30 o'clock In tho Sugg
Donations of flower for this oc-
casion are being qskej'Y he post.
All persons willing to give flowers
to this cause it was announced are
urged to telephone numbers 419 2112
or 113H before C o'clock this even
ing. Theso donations will bo called
for at tho residences Sunday morn
Tho flower committee announced
today that every one and especially
the ex-service man is urged to wear
a rose all day Sunday in honor of
Churches to Pay Tribute.
Church services tomorrow in prac
tfcally every church in the city will
bo dedicated to the mothers of the
country in accordance with the na-
tional Mother's Day movement.
Mother will also be remembered in
many of tho Sunday evening serv-
ices. Local greenhouses report an in-
crease in business 'as Mother's Day
Tho program to bo given Sunday
afternoon In tho iSugg theatre was
announced this morning by Legion
post officials as follows:
Invocation Rev. W. A. Roach.
"Onward 'Christian Soldiers" Con-
gregation. Vocal solo (selected) Miss Inabel
Scripture Reading-Rev. C. F. Al-
corn. Vocal solo: 'Mother' Mrs. Robert
Address "Mothers of tho Un-
known Soldier" Rov. C B. James
Song IteeesHional Oklahoma Col-
lege for Women Gleo club.
The Raymond T. Hurst post will j
not be alone in its obsorvanco of
Mother's Day. Tho Chappoll (ne-
gro) post has arranged for a pro-
gram of a similar nature for Sunday
Showdown I Coming.
O'.f Thn I'nitol I'niw.)
Genoa May 111. A show down on
tho allied attitude toward Russia
wus duo today as tho political sub-
commission met to discuss tho reply
to the soviet note.
Britain and Italy support Russia'
suggestion for a mixed commission
to thresh out tho financial problems
of tho soviet government and tho
allies. Tho French bitterly op-
Today's mooting of tho sub-commission
probably will result In either
tho Dritlsh-ltallan or tho French
Idea prevailing or In tho French
withdrawing from tho session alto-
gether. If tho French Idea prevails
it is likejy tho Russians will leave.
Tho French principally object to
tho presenco of Russians on tho pro-
posed mixed commission. It has
been suggested that two or throe
separate commissions might ho cre-
ated to go to Russia and study the
If the allies get together and
agree on some form of mixed com-
mission its sessions will probably
bo held In Moscow
According to report m hern certain
prominent Americans closo to the
administration are urging that tho
United States represented on the
body so that America can "superin-
tend" the allotment of concessions
and tho granting of credits.
It is believed Russia is ready to
conclude separate agreements with
tho allies if it is impossible to get
all of them to agree to the pro-
posed mixed commission.
TRAIN GRASR 0
Two Robber Bumped Off by Police
Under Order to Shoot to Kill;
Effort I Mad to Break
Up Bold Gang.
TWO ITALIANS KILLED
IN BARBER SHOP BOUT
Believe Black Hand Affair; Killer
Wlk In and Open Fir; Maka
Escape; Believe Victim
Were Being Trailed.
Black Diamond Expreta Derailed;
IS Injured; Train Hit Auto
Then Jump Track; Plunge
BY IRISH AGAIN
' (By The United Press.)
Dublin May 13. Hostilities in Ire-
land have been resumed despite the
pearo conferences between leaders
of the various factions.
The new disorders center in Ulster.
Irish republican army mutineers
arson squads set fire to and de-
stroyed the British naval wireless
station on the Donegal coast Thurs-
day night. The mutineers had eject-
ed the coast guards to the local popu-
lace. Shooting was resumed in Belfast
this morning two persons being
killed. There was intense firing last
night In the Marrowbono district of
Belfast. One casualty was reported.
Street car seryjeo was suspended.
(By Tho United Tress.)
Stillwater Okla. May 13. Karl E.
Gordon 25 Miami Oklu. must stand
trial on charges of murder for the
shooting to death of Beckham Cobb
23 Birmingham Ala.
This was the decision today aftor
Gordon had been given a prelimi-
Ho was ordered hold in Jail with-
The case will be tried next month
according to the county attorney.
HOUSE AGREES TO BILL
FOR FUNDS AIR SERVICE
(By The Uruted Presi.) v
Washington May 13. The house
today agreed to the senate amend-
ment to the post office department
appropriation bill appropriating $1-
900000 for continue of the air mail
service between New York and San
Francisco via Chicago and Omaha.
The house's action means the air
mail service will be tried out at
least for another year.
GIRL'S BODY IS FOUND
AFTER BOAT ACCIDENT
Beaumont Texas May 13. The
body of Miss Bessie Thompson 17
who with her father was drowned
in JJeard's Bayou near Orange
when a small motor boat was cap-
sized was found near the Southern
Pacific bridge here thbj morning.
The girl's body had evidently been
in the water about 12 hours. The
bdy of her father ft Btill tnlb&pg.
(By Tin Unitiit Trrm.)
Buffalo N. Y. May 13 Three per-
sons wcro killed and fifteen Injured
when tho Black Diamond Kxpress
on tho Lehigh Valley railroad was
derailed ut North Leroy near bore
Tho train passing a westbound
passenger train struck an auto
driven by Thomas Groolg 70 and
after carrying tho machine sevoral
feet left tho tracks and plunged
down a steep embankment Into a
creek. Throo coaches crowded with
foreigners a parlor car and dlnor
Tho dead are: '
Thomas Groelg driver Of the auto-
mobile; an unidentified man and a
woman also unidentified believed
to havo been his wife. Tho latter
two woro In ono of tho derailed
(11 The tnitxl Frm )
Chicago May 13. Police turned
tho table In th war with gunnmn
early today when two bandit war
hot and killed.
"Shoot (o kill" orders of Cblnf of
Police Charlill FlUmorrl brought
result when policnmeu killed two
Policeman Kearney Drlscoll killed
John Brodn 19 following a holdup.
Broda tried to shoot tho officer but
Drlscoll beat blm on the draw.
Ad unidentified robber wa shot
to death by Policeman Patrick
O'Counell during an attempted hold
up. O'Connell In the fight Vasihot
In the shoulder.
Both men killed were Identified
by men who had been robbed.
MINER TRIAL TO
"8econd Book" of Evidence to Be
Concerning Officers' Part In Bat-
tle of Blair Mountain
(By The United Presi.)
Charlestown W. Va May 13 The
prosecution today started In the
final chapter in its first book of
treason charges against Bill Bliz-
zard union mine leader.
The "first book" Is mado up of
testimony from tho minors' camp
before and leading up to tho battle
of Blair Mountain. Tho "socond
book" will be composed of testi-
mony from men of tho state depu-
ties battle lines on the other sido
of tho mountain.
Recital of events in the miners'
camp will be concluded this aftor-
noon if possible state counsel an-
nounced. In an effort to conclude
Its case next week tho prosecution
will produce stato constabulary and
deputy witnesses who fought against
To Perfect Appeal
Of Okarche Voters
(By The United Press.)
Oklahoma City May 13. Assist-
ant Attorney General C. A. Gal-
bralth left today for Enid to per-
fect appeal of John Determan from
an order of the Kingfiesher county
district cuirt directing that regis-
tration of "voters in the town of
Okarche where Determan is regis-
trar be allowed.
Galbrajth will also secure the
names of bonding companies who
are liable as sureties on bonds of
Garfield county officials who are
to be sued by the attorney general
in an effort to recover over 2OO00O
in alleged misused funds in that
Upon Galbraith's return the suits
will be filed directed against about
12 officials and former officials of
Garfield county according to Attor-
ney General George F. Short
Two Italian Killed.
(By The United Praa.)
Chicago May ) Gunmen tnur
dered two wealthy Italian In a
burlier shop here today and escaped.
Two men entered the shop Of Be-
bllla Llncola as Vlto Giorgio wa
sitting in (ho burlier chair and
JamesxCasaio was playing pool. ;
Tho guumen drew pistols.
"You take tho ono In tho chair
and I'll take the one shooting pool"
Four shots wero fired and the
men killed Instantly. The slayors
ran out and disappeared.
Giorgio a wealthy grocer Uvea at
2301 Daupptna street New Orleans.
The homo of Casalo is also In Now
The two men had just arrived In
Chicago from- Buffalo N. Y. PoUoa
believe the slayers trailed the men
over the country to assassinate
them. A black hand foud Is be
lleved responsible for tho murdora.
RED CROSS DIVISION
LOCAL CHAPTER TOLD
James' L. Lleser manager of the
southwestern division of the Amor
lean Red Cross has just been elected
vico chairman In charge of domestic
operations by the central committee
of that organization according to an
official statement received from St.
Lonia by Mrs. Bertram Harris chair-
man of the Grady county chapter.
Mr. Fleser has gone to Washington
to take up his new duties as active
head of the Red Cross In this coun
try. He succeeds W. Frank Persona
who has resigned because of HI
FioBer became manager of the
Southwestern Division In February
of last year. This division at that
time Included all Red Cross chapter
in the states of Missouri Arkansas
Oklahoma Kansas and Texas. His
first task as division manager was
to effect the absorption into tho
southwestern division of Colorado
and New Mexico of the old wartime
Tho great floods at Pueblo Colo.
rado San Antonio and Fort Worth
Texas the tornadoes centering .
around Texarkana the Burlington
Kansas flood and tho recent flood
situations in Missouri and Arkansas
have all presented huge relief prob-
lems to the Red Cross. Under Mr.
Fleser's direction and leadership the
Red Cross ' assumed and carried
through completo control and admin-
istration of all relief and rehabilita
tion measures following these calami-
ties. Feiser's successor will be an-
nounced at an early date Mrs. Harris
bas been notified.
URGE TEETH FDR ;
(By The United Press.)
Washington :May 13. Charging
that "it would be a reflection upon
congress and the senate to adjourn
without taking action on tho cor-
rupt practice law" Senator Pomer-
ene democrat Ohio today pleaded
that teeth be put into this statute
to prevent huge expenditures in the
coming congressional .campaign.
"Surely there can be some 'regu-
lation of campaign expenditures.
The senate ought not to adjourn
without regulating a practice which
has grown upon the country and
which ye must all rjgret" he gaicj.
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