Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 120, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 19, 1917 Page: 4 of 8
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Inrton. April 2!. fiy ma.!i In th
!....) t of tl) luiriy-buriy of war. thera
rc a f(-w jtMitor.H in LomJoii J'.Jt ft
Jew giitig aoiij tboufc'ht to what i
f !-fWJie of Arni'.-riia utter 0i ww.
Not li'Kium. K'.rbSa ;ior I'oianJ ha
"'ifferwl aa Arni'-ula ha Buff' r-'1. The
loliowir.g f:g'jr( cxjiialn:
Anu;iifar)(i llTins In Armenia bt-for
Oi war 2000 0'.K).
Ann'inian aliiA lnif(-i burned
fiJ drowrn-4 ftu'l othiTwi.v'0 put iu
l ath. by tti Turk (icll autliftLitltat
otl figures.) 1!M000.
Arrjj riiaim iinarrount'-.J for from
among thoie drlv-n into l)i? d-.i'it
Arme-nlan In ConslaLUnc'")'! wt
;rri Kla Miuor am! Rush CO'.' W O.
The ii' w Armenia that l to b rtv
t'oriiitrurtml af'tT the war lian a baen
of only Cm" ''00 in'Ti womtii and i bil-
drcn unlcKf It hi found that Moaii! of
thoHfl drlvn into tho dctiert b;iv aur-
vlvd. Tbi;so ctfi' miiHt b hroucbt
bade Into Armenia fn.fh the utb r hid
of the RusHiau Ixird'T and from Con-
titaritinopl'! wh're tUty havo f-njoy-c.d
coinjiaratlvK iiiiaiiiijUy. Thf t tor-
si loit of a nation from suob a bnl
yould r-( m al:i)0:it hofHflcHst but Anin-n-taiiH
In London b'!lU;r It will bi done.
Lord Erven formi-r amliasMadnr to th"
United States who a bo (txptvssijd it
bast been Htud'lnh iiie rasiB of Armenia
for forty years. bidiovRH it will be done.
Tim rhuii.;i:; in Kusnia bun been a
most fortniuitt! tiling for Aruiuiiia"
na!d Lord Ilryce "The Arni'Tilan eo-
jila may xjiect more from tlie ltu-
Hliui peoplo than they obtained from
Thrilling Talc of Exposure
of German Intrigue in Italy
Uy United Prest.
London May 1. (liy mail) A Ula
of German intrigue reaching Into the
inner circlei of tt'j Vatican involv-
ing; the haMy flight of Cardinal tier-
Inch from Italy the cracking of a aafe
In tho Hecret headquarters of the Ger-
man Kn'btiHsy at Vienna and the mys-
terious escape from prison or KaSy's
two niotit notorious criminals was
told for the firs-t time today to the Unit-
ed Press by a reliable authority.
Stranger than fiction the true story
of the insldci working)" uf the Italian
Hecret nerriie in trccking down the
pro-German element of the Pope's
court forms a dramatic clf.iptcr In the
secret history of the war.
On the sixth of April Viet na dis-
patches announced the burglary cf a
houne adjoining "but having no con-
i.rtion with" the German F.mbassy.
A large snni of money wap said to
have been secured by the robbers
Tho same night a ftm nation was
caused in Home by the flight of Car-
dinal Geriai h across the Swiss border.
Italian secret service agents burst in
f ih. !: of In t-niminenre's hou.'-e
' two hours after his escape and discov-
ered the machinations of a score of
pro-German plots. Th next day more
than three hundred arrests resulted
This for ten days was all the world
knew concerning the workings of th
German espoinage system. No one
connected an insignificant robb'ty in
th'i Austrian capital with tho Cardi-
nals disappearance and tho whole-
sale arrest of German agents.
Another event which caused little
Interest et the lime of Ms occurrence
y t which bad a direct bearing on the
successful DreaKing up ot tho
ton spj'-net the reported "t--
cape" early in January of two of
Italy's roost notorious safe-crackers
who bad been inea.jc.erat '4 for life in
i.t-Urm at Trn i
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Ar.y ij-a'f-r wi!l sell 'U
?-.Vtroi iiTic;iie e:tber in
f-J cmt or il.V) nze. It ia
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e.iviRe vou Uikt Nwbfo'
li'-ri.wiJe is the vry thing for
tfi': hair. Its ink r in dcli.tfuL
Af!!ir-Ati.i) may I obtairv-i
at U-ttt-r bailor bhoj'g a;iI
Kir irt-.i.. rl-r.
SEE EARLY FREEDOM
the Kalian Rovr:)m'-in in th pat."
JIu tab! I mould find this (ot:fidence
amot'B all Arin"i)hiiis ai;d he as riKh'-
"We think that this may prove the
laU horror throuKh h:i h our people
wlil hare to yt" hald A. S. Rafrastain
after two year fighting with the Ar-
menian legion of the JUi'-fiiaii army
ban returned to the London School of
K'-ononii s to earn his doctor's degree.
"We feel thai all the miffe.ring the
Arm-iia!iH have -ndurd cannot count
for no?hiri(r. Annenia has been almost
eit'-rminated more than once. Always
he ban recuperated and without out-
ihldo ashihtance. Now e think tlie
world will not acc-i pt a Hettlenient of
the other problem of this war without
it tim) netilement of tho Armenian (jutn-
"We want Armenia for ourselves en-
tirely free of Turkish rule. A protec-
torate by J'rutisia. Cr'-at i'.ntiiln or
eveu the t'nited States --could in a
generation or two see an Armenian
nation aafely estiihliiihed and proaper-
iiiK It in a fertile country and ve have
proved our ability to take care of our-
aclvex if plven Die opjiortuuity. So
Ioiik a:t European politic! prevented
any liittirferc-m e with the hloort-thirxty
declrc.H of thB Turks we t'ould not
have hih h an opportunity. The day of
Huch politii b 1h piit everybody hopi-n."
A lin.ited cinnariby In Sarrimlaiii'b
idea of the most progressive Koveni-
nient possible imniedla'L'ly for Ar-
menia. From thin h 1 .(tev;;s a lie-
public naturally evolve. But
t first lie said the old tribunal in--tinct
would probubly call for n prince
at which to naze na the embodiment
of their nationality
today Is the fact a warrant for their
release was signed by the Prefect of
all the liaitan police himself and that
each of the criminals wan later given
tlO.fmu by the Italian government. The
service they rendered the government
proved well worth the price.
For more than two years the Italian
secret sendee extending its research
over a far great r ground than one
realizes even today had succeeded in
tracing certain pro-German plots and
intrigue in Iuiy to Vienna. In the
Austrian capital spies succoedid in
narrowing the search down to a cer-
tain house adjoining "but having no
connection with" the German Em-
bassy. Had they acted hostily the spies
might have burgled the house robbed
j the safe and even laid hands on a
certain set of precious papers the
; Italian government was keenly inter-
este( Hut that Is tus far as they
would have gotten. For attached to
the bundle of documents so highly de-
sired by the three governments was
an intricate series of wires. With al-
most devilish ingenuity the Germans
had piovided that it tho safe were
opened und the pnpors moved a cloud
of poison gas deadly in effect would
envelop the disturber snd render the
entire room in which tho safe was lo-
cated uninhabitable. At th same
time a cleverly devised burglar alarm
would call sufficient military police to
tho iccne to deal with any number or
When every detail ot the hiding-
place of the papers had been learned
the secret service agents reported in
detail to Koine. On a favorable duvk
night the "escape" of the famous safe-
crackers from the prison outside of
Use Italian nr-tal wis arranged ar.d
effected. Il-nmifcd their freedom and
ten ffcmpsand dollars oplere if tV v
succec(eil tlio criminals had agreed
to undertake the danp.-nom mission.
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HOW FRANCE COPES WITH
IVr.lt'-4 Pre Sta. Corr'?porclei;t.)
Pariii May 2 (By rr.ailj While the
Vnltod Slates B titrm.'KliJ:f wi'S the
w ar prohibition problem France is to-
'day quietly iidri.inl--enr.j; a tuoht tf-
I fective check to demon nun and its dire.
effect oa Eittlonal efficiency in war
In these districts of France where
I highest efficiency is demanded of
tho!-e engaged in vital war work ot
here vigilance and stamina are the
order of the day strong drink is bar-
' red. Alcohol has been driven from
jth-j army zone naval zones muni
tion siorieg iKOlateil where it in incap-
able of material interference vith the
war strength of the nation.
France's method Is strict control. In
every army zone of Northern France
the commanding general in rot only
the Hiipreme head of the military
forces but ftovernor of the civilian
population. in these zones ah ohol
ban been driven out. In every naval
zone or the Atlantic and Meit-rra-J
nean coasts atronp drink is prohibited
j by th simplo virtue of a decree !s-
I sued by the admiral commanding the
zone. Not only are sailors and men
In national service denied the use of
strong alcoholic beverages but all
inhabitants of the zone women as
well us men Mbert Thomas minis-
ter of munition!! has issued similar
decrees to regulate the alcoholic con-
sumption of the great munition mak-
ing .areas when these are-as are not
in military or naval zne. Not only
have prohibitory measures been de.
creed but heavy penalties are imposed
when workers by any chance set bad
examples for fellow workers.
The Chamber of Deputies recently
denied the urgent request of exi're-
mler Biiand to allow the government
to take the liquur problem of the coun-
try In hand and control it by right of
arbitrary decrees. Political compli-
cations intervened. Hut since France
Is at war this arbitrary control is plac-
ed in the hands of the military author-
ities who are today regulating the
S. F. COWAN DIES.
ii. V. Cowan aged sixty-five years
died last night at his home 311 North
Ninth street. The deceased is 'sur-
vived by his wife. Funeral services
were conducted this afternoon .'it i
o'clock at tho residence Kev. L. L.
Cohen officiating. Burial took place
at the I. O. O. F. comctery.
CARNEGIE LIBRARY BULLETIN
Open 2 to and 7 to ?. Sunday 3 to
8. Phone 1K4.
Ke books received a: (ha Library
Boaber People Like That.
Cobb Local Color.
Carpenter Cinderella Man.
Dodge Skinners Dress fcult.
Dodge Bonnlo May.
Deland Rising Tide.
Donnell Miss Theodosia's Heart-
strings. Katon Bird House Man.
Gray Golden Lamp.
Grey Border Legion.
Gould Cnp'n Kid.
Hall Clover and Blue Grass
Harris Circuit Ruler's Wife; Cir-
Hueston Prudonce Kays So.
Johnston Georgina of the Rain-
bows. LIppinan Burkseg Amy; Martha by
the Day; Martha aud Cupid.
Lea SfcHy Ann; Chloo Milone.
Lincoln Mary 'Gusta.
Mwkonzle Mr. and Mrs. Pierce.
Norn. Heart of TU"hael.
Parker World For Sale.
McCutcheon Light that Lies; Frotr
Savyer This Way to Christmas.
Tompkins Seel of tho Righteous.
Ta-rtitugtoo Panrod a.u4 Sum.
Ward Lady Connie.
Wells Mr. Brilling Sees It Through;
Etil Hope Lortn.tr.
Ilraun -Their City Christina.
Barbour Tom Dick and Harriett
Daultnn From Motix to Susan.
. WcVaon Chih'reu's Book ... Christ
? t f a
:..a f I-
l-.rtel vrsi '-r-
i. how.-vr t .'. -is'.:-:
to rour.d u;
V.- r.'.'i-t d.u.f''-r
a::-l to (itr:
-t ( hur' h (i
problem with a firm band. Pending
the fortheoming pea. e when the great
problem of general prohibit n in
France w.ll flame up again tte
Frei h legislature tho present system
of control today is simplicity i!t-!f..
Here is the way Vice Admiral A. Rouy-
er Commandant in Chief of the Pre-f-et
Ma. "Slime of Toulon the great
Mediterranean naval center prowled
to rid Toulon of alcohl on March 3
Diitrre: Considering that under
the pleasure of coming military events
on whkh depend the safety of the
country it is necessary to carry to
its maximum of intensity the produc-
tion of labor in factories of war; con-
sidering that alcohol Is a redoubtable
enemy not only against soldiers and
workers of the two sexes but also in
a general fashion against women and
young people who represent the future
Of the race;
"Prohibition Article one: The sale
and cousuniptin. of spiriu. alcoholic
liquors and appetizers (aperitifs) other
than these of a ba.se of wine less than
2H per. cent tire forbidden in cafes res-
taurants buffets bars and saloons to
military men and sailors of all grades;
men beiojiging tq mobilized classes or
those engaged in work or services of
national defence; in private factories
a.s well as thos.of the navy or mili-
tary; to women or young people of
less than 21 years af age.
"Article two. All infractions of this
decree will be dealt '.vilh vigorously
under tho law.
"Article Three. The civil authori-
ties of Toulon are charged with the
execution '-1 the present .decree."
.Prohibition in France whether ad-
ministered by military authorities in
tone of war or civil authorities in
time of peace w ill never bring the light
French wines or beer under its ban.
These are without the pale.
-I'.. v.t.J.-'... pu.r .-mir..
Coming to Chickasha
Wednesday May 23
THAVIC GRAND OPERA CHORUS & BAND
The Thaviu Band was awarded the
grand prize at the Panama-Pacific
International Expjsitioi). Besides
the band will appear ten celebrated
stars from the World's greatest
opera companies. - -
Wednesday vf .
AJji'siion 25c to $1.00.
i V ir iifilMI -fo'i Oni III .' f jWlMI -V 3 t iMiT1 hi Md'in m
We have them in all the new shapes and braids
Balli-Buntals Panamas Bahkoks Leghorns
Senates and Splits; priced at
300 paii Men's
With the result in doubt up to
last day of play the forces of
Fred Frey tightened tin their off
and wound up the golf battle on t he J
course of the C'hlckasha Country club
yesterday afternoon with a total score
of 4'i points registered by the brave ;
hand of warriors who fought under the
command of Capt. W. C. Harwell.
Three matches were played on the
last day all being won by the Frey
followers Tiie players scored as fol-
lows: 1. W. O. Harwell 0; Fred Frev 3.
2. G. Blackburne 2; F. C. Wither-'
.?. Ii. W. Murray 0; H. N. Smith 2. '
0 k fi 'I
Oxfords in all toes
closing out at the
Clapp Oxfords are ready for
4. F. L. Slufher 1; T. H. Williams 1.
'.. H. Bond 2; Bill Banks 0.
j. H. Hammer!; 2; H. A. Ludlow 0.
7. Alger Melton 2; M. Caveness 1.
5. Will Melton 1; Bob Estcs 2. "
P. W. Owsley 2; Jno. Gribi 0.
10. Tom PbiUlps 2; Jack Richburg 0. ;
11. Ben Morgan 2; Albert Ilawn 0. ' '
17. U C. Huston 3; J. E. Ho'loway .'
It. F. Thw-eatt 0; G. Patten ".
Dr. Williams 0; Df. Ambrister 3.
Dr. Liverrnore 2; Tom King ).
Ad Melton 1; B. B. Lreoot 2.
E. K Miller 0; L. Wallace 2.
M. E Humphrey 0; G. Gowdy 2.
21. P. G
Spilling 0; Ed Burton 2.'"
Ed. Shetgog 3; Jno Owsley 0.
L. Hawn.0; Jack Kiigore 3.
W. H. Donahue 1; Geo. Evans 2.
Ed. Johns 0; Roy Smith 2.
C. B. Turner 0; Oatley Anderson 3.
H. J. Browi;-on 0;"Dolf CdrtnichaeT
28. Ed. Shultz I; Fred Linton 2.
2ii. C. E. Pldt 3; Dr. Downey 0.
3d. Jennings 2; C. Meeler 0.
31. A. B. Leeds 0; Rev. L. L. Cohen 3.
32. J. R. Abercromble 0; J. Griffin 2.
V - :
Western Union reports re-
ceived at 8 a. m. today:
North Texas generally cloudy
'. Central Texas generally
cloudy temperature 00.
East Texas generally cloudy
Guif coast generally clear
West Texas generally cloudy
Arkansas generally clear
Louisiana cler.r temperature
Oklahoma generally cloudy
The highest Fpot Kn-n rlce will be
paid for sorao clean cotton rags deliv-
ered at onco to the Daily Express of-
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Lampe, William T. Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 120, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 19, 1917, newspaper, May 19, 1917; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc733233/m1/4/: accessed November 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.