Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 242, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 28, 1922 Page: 2 of 8
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CHICKAIHA DAILY IXPBCM. CHICKAIHA OKLAHOMA SATURDAY JANUARY 2t 1121
a N. McCulrhen of Walters
transacted tiotlnrm here yirdy.
Mirrors resllvered. Tha KnrtiHnre
Hospital 124 N. 3rd Kl. Phono
I C. Henderson of Walters wss
business visitor In the Hy yes-
terday. Plaooa reflnMied. Tbe Furniture
Jloipltsl 124 N. 3rd 81. Phone
J 142 25 It
John K. Roper of Comanche vis-
ited friends here yesterday.
Furniture rppulwl rfflnbdird and
upholstered. Tbe Furniture Hospital fine dark eyea mid ifgulsr fwiiiirm.
124 N. Jrd 8! Phone 1HI. 35 t lhl strange wiitnau boasted that
every officer aim encountered during
O. W. Reynolds of Hauling. vl- ba p "v" "r-
Isted friend and trsnea.ted bUHinees "'" "' '. "Ml hint In-
IN WHICH THE NET TIGHTENS
AKOUNI) FAMOUS "RED DANCER"
ONE EIGHTH CF INCH
CLOCKED STUDENTS WAY
TO ATHLETIC FAME
Editor Not; Tbla la Hie ssiund
limtulmcnt of Ilia story In which In
told how Mat Hull spying for Ilia
Germans wss finally taught and
ruled by (lit French. Tba (bird and
Itixt Instalment will HHar aoon
By JOHN O'BRIEN
(United I 'ions Bluff CoitNHMidin(.)
Paris Jan. 28-Mata Hurl gloried
In -declaring herself modrn Messa-
Una. Sim (old tlia coiiiiniHrtlul
which was la send her to an In
glorious death of her rmmtleii love
affairs (but aba wss a courtesan but
not a any. Tall well formed with
In Chlckasha yesterday.
U. Sf and Kelly Springfield and
! Tires. Arch M. Hrown 423
Kanaas avenue. 27-31
a ram apart. I have bad many
many lover but they were all brave
soldiers always ready to fight but
while waiting for the battle always
gallant and amluhle. I didn't fare
hernia and wad bar present of
taltiabla gems. Hut Mala liar) didn't
want Jewelry. Kb wanted ah. Van t
Kronii didn't fee why ha whould nay
(be woman nut of hla own fund but
be got In tom b with the any service
In Amsterdam and It was arranged
(bat the dancer spy aboutd go bank f
tu Paris where aha would rcelva'
thirty h(iuaad francs through
The French secret service learned I
that an ordur for the payment of!
such an amount to (' A. 41 had been j
transmitted from Anialerdam. They j
were on the watch for Mala Marl i
She wa trailed from the moment ahe j
crossed the Spanish frontier. Khe
Kent to the neutral legation re-
reived the money and aa ahe stepped
Into the h( rest waa arreMed. Her
areer wa ended.
When the fact of that fatal tele-
gram wa flung at Mata Hurl at her
trial ahe rnllapned. 8he felt heraelf
doomed hlifl he tried to deny to
"ll tell you I toll you It waa
not- for apylng. Von Kroon rouldn't
J. R. Miller of I.one Wolf trana-
rted lunlncsi and vlelted friend
In the city yenterduy afternoon.
Qurman or AuHirlan."
The preNldnut of the courtmarllal
recalled to Mata Hurl that once In
I'urU when the thought aeraelf aua-
Her R. E L. Morgan pastor of Lei-tod by the Krencb ahe offered
the M. E. church South I eipected her aervlcea to the French counter-
to return today from Tulna where be mipiomigo.
attended a meeting of the board of had good eonrcoa of Informa
trualeei of the Oklahoma Central Uon" the dancer replied " and I
College. Blra. Morgan who ha been I wanted to be useful to France."
vialtlnc relative ana menu in 'Berauae the Germane were not
Oklahoma City li expected to re- able to aend yon any more money
turn with him. we having discovered their method
. I retorted the president dryly.
Cllnlon Stelnberger Jr. U over Mata Hart aald she offered to give
from the atate university at Norman I the French Information about the
upending tba week-end with hi par-lGerinnn lubmarlne baaea on the
enta Mr. and Mr. C. C. Stelnberger north African coast
whether they were French Russian pay me himself o he thought beat
to hove hla government pay for hi
"A we llstenod to that last da-
sparing cry" aald Major Mansard In
telling the otry of the court martial
I t:7 In.
W. A. tileadaurn aft S3 of Click-
ha. and Vlrgl Harp age II. of
i'blckaaha. Ceremony performed by
If. U Urlgaby jaitke.of the peace.
Lawrtaoa D. CerraUi age II of
Cblckaaha. and Noma May Hsll age
M of Aaadarko.
t:iion Kiulth age S3 of Cblckasha
and Oladya (llger age 22 of Ruafc
Springe. Cetemony performed by
Rer. H. P. Haley of -feaf Spring
la Olatrlet Cenrt
Rtrpbeaeoa-Browne I.uwber com-
pany vi. 0 Coffman; suit on note.
tleo J Line v. I. W. Cecil ar.
J. D. Petty . T r Pettu; ce
tlfied Judgment granted In McClaln
L. D. Sautblne v. R. F. June
nd Hnllle c. Jonea; abstract of
Judgment granted In Oklahoma
chamber la aaadltd through com-
mltteea. What tbeaaf commllleaa
bava been doing for tba li bu
month Juat paiaed. will be told In
brief report at tba meeting Mon-
and frlenda here.
! Mr. Frank Rosenqueat baa re-
turned from Tuttle and Okluhoma
pity where ahe ha flatted for sev-
' Mrs. C. L. VanDenHeurk ba re-
turned to New York after spending
three weeks here visiting ber pur-
pnt Mr. and iMr. J. II. Stlne.
I Ralph Jlowyer who Is suffering
Where did you get the Informa
tlon?" asked the court. "If It were
true It showed you were tn the pay
of the German and if It were false
It showed you were trying to trick
The dancer's face showed that the
blow had gone home. The president
of the court then brought out that
she had offered to proceed to Bel-
gium and work against the German.
The head of the French counter-
espionage who was well aware of
her history acquiesced. She asked
Jrom a severe case of pneumonia Is Lm fof the nameg and t(MreMei 0
tdightly Improved today according
to attending physicians. Mr. Bow
yer Is undergoing treatment at bis
J:on:o 1829 Idaho avenue.
. Roy Nudon Oklahoma University
student in spending the week-end in
Ohlckasha with his mother Mra.
U. S. WILL'YIELD
f Hj- The United Prem.)
Washington Jan. 28. The United
States government probably wlll
yield to any request that Germany
may make for the extradition of I.
T. Lincoln International spy ar-
He was one time a member of the
British house of commons and later
became a plotter with German
monarchists for the overthrow of
the German republic through the
Kapp revolt in 1920. Lincoln is be-
ing held at Ellis Island.
the leading French agents In Bel
glum. She was supplied with a list
All the names' were false except
one that of a notorious double spy
who was betraying both sides. Mata
Hart went to Brussels. Four days
later the double spy was executed
by the Germans.
For some unexplained reason pos
sibly because ofyher powerful friends
the French authorities did not even
then take action against the woman.
She asked to be sent to England and
her request was acceded to. There
she tried to take a boat tor Holland
but the British secret service ar-
ranged things so that when Mata
Hari landed from the boat it was at
Bilboa Spain. That IHp was her
undoing. She was practically penni-
less but managed to get to Madrid
and put up at the Grand Hotel. There
she met the German military attache
and tried to make the acquaintance
of the French' attache. The latter
warned from Paris was on his guard.
As nothing could be gotten out of
the Frenchman the dancer turned to
the German. Von Kroon the Ger-
man attache was smitten by her
"we thought of the poor devil of
pollus out In the mud of the trenches
liatlllng against the Invader while
that miserable powdered painted
beflowored and gaily bedecked cour
tesan was stabbing them In
PETTI CREW MAY MANAGE
BARTLESVILLE CLUB IN
Thut one elglub of an Inch should
I lock a sensational lad's dash to
ttcrcus i almost ridiculous. But
that Is exactly what happened to
1'nul ('oitrtols the all around athlete
of New Vork University. When a
freshman Courtols created a eensa-
"011 by winning the broad Jump at
the Penn relav carnival with .a lean
the hi . e .. 11.
fix 1 o m lien. llllfiuwu Ull
this lust year by Jumping 23 feet 10
inches but Gourdln carried off the
honors by a Jump which measured
just one eighth of an Inch more.
Wa wish to aula that th Great
Eastern Tea and Coffea Co. baa
I nitght out controlling business froml
the Jewell Tea and Coffee Co. here I
whlrti they poaseaaed and will call '
on each and every one of their.
customers as quick a possible.
Creal Eastern Tea 1- Coffee Co.
28 2t " W. H. MEIXSEI.L. Mgr.
Start Drive Here
Willi tba goal aet at the salt of
too copies of tba year book the
'Tomahawk" subscription drive will
be launched Monday aay an an-
nouncftintat made this morning by
I. f. Hatcher principal of tba
Cblckaha tiigb aubool .
Tba book will o to press early
In April and will be ready for dev
Uvarr by May 1 Principal Hatcher
says. Tba year book will contain
about m pagee similar la alia to
previous annuals. Coat of publish
Ing the "Tomahawk." the principal
declared will be approximately
I f 1300.
I The paper bound boks will sell at J-3t
H.S0 aaob mask cfceepaf tbaa tba
atli obtained tor any of tba rrnt
C. H. S. year books. Those who
want leather bound copies may or-
der Ghent at a cost of 1300 each
be aald. Few or do copies la ad-
dition to tba ones' ordered will be
printed. It waa stited.
All features of a modern high
school annual will be contained In
tbla "Tomahawk tboaa In charge
of tba publication aay. Lauren
Tootbaker la tdltoHn -chief.
A delegation of business men
from Bydaey. N 8; W will visit tha
United Stale and' Canada to deter-
mine tba effect of prohibition on
business. . . .
Oa Sundays commencing Jan. l!Hh
when weather Is warm and pleas-
ant street rare will run 10 Shan-
non Springs between the hours of
t p. m. from town; until 5:30 p. m.
from Springs. '
CHICKASHA ST. ItY. CO.
W. H. Wadsworth Supt.
llartlesvllle Okla. Jan. 28. Ned
Pettigrew assistant manager of the
Independence club last season may
he leader of Bartlosvllle's eniry In
the Southwestern league pennant
race next season according to an
announcement just made by the club
Harry "Crab" Womack former
Western association umpire who
started the 1921 season as manager
of the Okmulgee club also Is being
mentioned as the probable pilot of
Pettigrew is popular among the
baseball fans here. He was In
chnrge of the Independence club
after Ted Waring sustained a brok
en leg. He was once leader of the
Chlckasba club and Is a veterun out-
fielder having been playing the
gam4 for more than a decade.
Notice Is hereby given that sealed
bids will be received in the office
of the City Clerk of tho City of
CIiickaHha Oklahoma until 5 p. m.
Thursday February 8th 1922 for
City Scavenger Work. Tbe success
ful bidder must furnish his own
Further information may be
obtained from the City Clerk.
(Seal) O. COFFMAN
Attest: J. R. WELLBORN
City Clerk. 2810t.
C. C. PRESIDENTS
(Continued from page one.)
good if not better co-operation from
the members than any similar or-
sanitation In Oklahoma. The mem-
bership la called together but twl.e
a year and the directors work to
the end of making the aeml-annu.-l
meetings ful of pnp and Interest.
As everyone knows the work of the
At Our Drug Store
Defoe the author went to Scot-
land as a spy in 17711.
JACKSON COUNTY FIRST
IN COTTON PRODUCTION
Jackson led ull other counties In
the state in the production of cotton
In l921i a report Just issued by the
department of commerce shows. The
amount of cotton ginned In that
county last year was 35."2 bales
counting round as half bales and
not including llnters more than
10000 in excess of the amount pro-
duced in any other county In the
state. Tillman a neighboring coun-
ty was second with 24397 bales.
Grrdy county ginned 10955 bales
compared with 22438 bales ginned
The San Francisco mint coins ap
proximately 200000 silver dollars
Monday January 30th
Everybody who writes their name
fcn the register located at the G. &
B. Clothing company Monday will
get 1000 votes free. Get these votes
and help your favorite contestant to
win. Every contestant will be cred-
ited with as many of these votes as
they get Monday January 30th
; GARNERBRAISHEAR .pLO. CO.
BENTON HARBOR 8TORK
TAKES NO VACATION
i mm fit
9 (((( ifflmmm
itfl r t Trni H wm xf
IN .TINS ' IN LOAVES
(By Tli United Presi.)
Benton Harbor Mich. Jan. 28.
Benton Harbor's stork worked hard
every one of the 365 days in 1921
boosting and blinding for a Greater
Benton Harbor. .t The industrious old
bird didn't even take a day's vaca
tion bringing 364 babies here in
1931 the health department reports.
AYDELOTTE DEAD IN
BOSTON IS REPORT
tlty The United Pro) .
Oklahoma City Jan. 28. James M.
Aydelotte prominent Oklahoma dem-
ocrat and chairman of the state
hoard of public affairs under Gov.
R. L- Williams died this morning in
Boston according to advices received
here. Mr. Aydelotte waa about 60
years of age.
IT BEATS .
AS IT SWEEP3 ' AS IT CLEANS
We urge you to purchase the efficient Hoover Suction
Sweeper because we KNOW that it is cheaper to own
than not to own. v .
Entirely without obligation we ask permission to
demonstrate on your rugs how thoroughly The Hoover
beats out all nap-wearing embedded grit sweeps up
all stubborn clinging litter and suctions away all
loosened dirt. . ' .;. B
We are anxious to prove to you the necessity of own-
ing The Hoover. Thane us today.
Remember -The Hoover is guaranteed to prolong
the life of rugs while it keeps them immaculately clean.
feliasha iasft Ebctric Co.
421 OHckash Ave.
I am completing just now a very
attractive and well arranged 6-
room bungalow style home north-
I east front corner lot at 1S04 S.
9th street on corner at car turn
on 9th street care line 2 blocks
off pavement sidewalk and front
walk and steps made of cement
House Is large being 32x42 feet
him solid concrete foundation
with two center lines long way;
is piped for natural or artificial
gas; all sewer connections' hot
and cold water plumbing is cora-
"plete; floors are all uniformly
made uniform in material and
uniform in finish even to bath
and pantry; all sanded polished
and highly finished. All light con-
nections and fixtures installed;
neatly and tastefully papered
throughout. A garage servant
house and coal house combined
with solid concrete floors. This
.place is built carefully and of
best materials with plenty mate-
rials used to make a place any
appreciating person would like for
a home. . Could have been built
cheaply but was not. Worth more
money than I am asking for it
$700 cash down and balance on
time to fit the income of one able
to buy ft.
Wish to Build to Order
Just south of the above com
pleted house I wish to construct
to order another house 5 rooms
and garage and servant house. I
have plans made up for this to be
modified to suit a purchaser
within the price set for the same.
It would be of advantage to get to
say how you would like an ar-
rangement on the rooms . and
style -of outside or inside and in-
sertion of any convenience you
nyght desire before building is
started. $700 cash down and
balance on easy installments to
suit income of purchaser Lot is
east front with . sidewalk and
plumbing now installed.
D. H. ROCHE v
203 Tye Building Phone 1025
Join tha Legion. Meets the 2nd
and 4th Thursday venlnga at K.
P. Hall. tf
Onyx Kanleek Syringe 2- Aspirin Tablets" in bottles
qt guaranteed for 2 years. irin ' i
regular $3.50 value special 00' reuar Pnce lQ0' ae I
price - . . $2.19 price 51c
Olive Oil a pure imported IVptona the ideal tonic for
oil in pint tins regular winter colds regular price
price f 1.25 sale 89c $1.20 sale price . .'...89c
Jontet-1 Face Powder a 25c Monogram Hot Water Bot-
velour powder puff free tie -quarts the regular
with each box ... 50c $2.50 value sale priceJllJS
Symphony Lawn Stationery .. A
--our best linen. 24 sheets. Klcnzo Toet SoaP 10e
24 envelopes regular price ? Cakcs or Mc
$1.00. sale price .. 69c
BRING US YOUR HEM-
STITCHING. 8c PER YARD.
SINGER SEWING MACHINE
H. J. Brownson
Tbe REXALL STORE
As the Old Addage Says
Is Through His Stomach. -
Feed him pelhty of good biscuits and
. delicious pastries made with
" -JtA "The All-Purpose Flour
Sold by Your Grocer and Manufactured
. In Chickasha by
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Pool, J. Edwin. Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 242, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 28, 1922, newspaper, January 28, 1922; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc732759/m1/2/: accessed January 24, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.