The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 131, Ed. 1 Monday, March 6, 1911 Page: 4 of 8
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THE DAILY ARDM0RC1TE
Ardmore Monday March 6 191 1
gftc patln SUimtortile.
Ar.DMOREITE UBLIHINa CO
SIDNEY SUGG3 President.
(trd at the Postoffice t Ardtnore
u 8econd-Class Matter.
STREET CUR STRIKE 'ELECTION WILL BE SENATORS RILED
If) OKLAHOMA CITY CALLED JULY I AT JJ BENNETT
TWO HUNDRED AND SIXTY MEn'gOVERNOR BELIEVES THAT TIME PUNISHMENT MAY BE METED
QUIT WORK SUNDAY MORNING.
CARS IN BARN.
WILL BE MOST ACCEPTABLE TO
VOTE ON ART. 9 SEC. 9.
I t Months ..
OUT TO HIM FOR RECENTLY
a PASSING FANCIES 8
With all the remedies afloat
To jar the edges from a cold
To get as slangstcrs say its goat;
To loosen up its strangle hold
n-.tir.iAL PAPER CARTER
ur THE CITY OF ARDMORfc.
U i; n :& 1 ne Ardmorelte it U legj.
Tki.S OF SUBSCRIPTION.
Th Daily Ardmoreits.
Tear "Ti I...... civ oijj. Marh .V-Kv-' (;.-. crnor Cruce will probably Despite the apparent willingness of u seems as though there shouldn't be
Dm Wfk II Vv r.r.-..t ar on the Okl.!.o:..a Street set July 1 as the date for holding the. he senate investigating committee to 8ne 80itary 010
Th. Weekly Ardmor.lt.. :I:aiAav (-0IIav s --m here s- ial election provided for by the a.ceK the 8tatement of Dr Jj00 BenJ At large or running wild and free
j'r Yer by Mali '- .... .. ... (ll : k Sundav leuialsture to determine if the people1 . t . . . . i Beneath the moonlight or the sun.
' u - . ; "eu mat ne intended no reliection
Tin- trolley ropes crc cm ol (ikiauoma wanr secuon arucie
uii an unriiiuti ui me oeiuiie iu iue .Most every person mat you meet;
uilBtsi Manager b Office 638
Olty Idler's Offlre 6
Long DlUi.ce t38
-1... eFevv tinl 1'iC cars leu S'anu : oi uie conswiuiiuii amniuvu tu no
ilia '.villi passengers aboard.
:; ui- ii sir i'k following the refusal to ai"ire local lines
or the Oklahoma Street Hallway Coin- In an interview Sa
i any in rc ogni.e their union and crnor declared he is not prepared 0 closed
I ! .. .. itr.i- ...ill i.lur lll.il.l tllil ifrtf.lQ 111 ft t Intl .'ill.
L'rant ttierii an in' " h" fi ... i... .. u. . ....... ..v.. .....
BYRON DRE&. President. FRED B. JONES. Caihier.
CARL C. JONES. Vice-Pre.ident. J. W. RICHARDSON Asi't Cas'r
FIRST STATE BANK
Have the first claim upon our resources our officers are charged
with the obligation of satisfying them first.
We welcome all accounts largo or small and extend every
courtesy consistent with good business dealing.
Four per cent paid on time deposits.
About t.i peni.it foreign railway corporations gran statement .recently published a sranania uncie or a niece
over his signature it seems highly A perfect stranger on the street
probable that the incident is not yet' "-
i i.an snow uie way to KnocK u on
Jt seems to be the general T. .
I in? nuuns iui lie hub iivwi lauvu
mi arroufcUH reflection on
sa.re.ctar standing or reputa:lon of
- flm nr rorrviratlon
. Vv. I" '--- -. : . .. ins for an election on
?r. Snor-i?eT will be gUdly co!' "w.rv i.-t. and though amwidment will le issued. Governor; v 111 le thoroughly threshed out and By his time tried prescription nailed.
the railroad tonscnsus r Pnlon the nintter( To gce a Btubborni nngBng congn
" j n i't
thought you wouldn't come back
an' so I got up and ate the quail."
... l v. v. e a i A
r3td UPOn 1WJ UeiK uiuuui w ""- .... ..Is
.tfntlon of tha management .. Mlf. downtown streets where the legislature calling for an election ever'
every detail of the statement raked
Ardmore Monday M.irch b.
h'like svnipa'tiizj'rs ( 'nice said the resolution adopted by
One has a certain kind of tea
to determine whether section 9 of ar- ie cniei iopic oi Anotner puts you in a sweat
tide !i of the constitution shall be! '"scusslon among the senators both onj A friend with powders would be free
stration". Imported strike -breaker amended so as to permit foreign rail- '"S"' ""U annua) ana u un pills anotner one is set
... ... ..... now M'f.ma -.crtnln that tha ninltor' r.lnitinl
took ( tiarL'e of the cars and ran tlietn way corporations to acquire local lines " . mmai ''f ouuic muni
the cars were des4-rted by their crews
there wa no loleineor et'r demon-
Caruso's Contract in Vienna.
Enrico Caruso the great iialan
tenor has a remarkable con'rad
with the Vienna opera lions.: man-
aeement. Some of the conditions
to the car barns where thev remained provides that the election shall be wln he brought up In open senate Mon- Some stand by the internal cure
n t .v o attempt was made to run called as the law provides. Governor da' at wnl h tlme nrla wi te; Faith you are asked by one to try
cars throughout the remainder of the Cruce said further ho had not as yet llatle to Becure actin b' the senate
day. Cars on the Patterson line which looked up the law and could not say
is an Independent concern are run-' whether It Is specific or whether it is
ning the management hain? recog- left to his discretion
nized the newly formed union and No haste l to be made In calling
. ! . .. i .1 i. !...! r .... n .!
Which he is said to have stipulated situed up tlie wage scaie uemiunieu. uie rminiu. nuur uure siaieu
C'harleti Li. Daugherty t.tate latinr that he would set the date of elec-
commlssioner was notified by Mayor tion ahead far enough to permit both
Dan V. Lackey of the strike early in sides to tarry on an Intelligent cam-
the day nnd immediately sent a letter( i aign. The Interest of the farmers
to Anton H. Classen president of the also will be taken into consideration.
street railwav company asking him It is the desire of the governor to call
Ca'uso wbl be permitted to smoke
on the opera house stage until the
cur'ain is about to rise. At that mo-
ment a Vienna fireman stationed
hick of Caruso will catch the butt
of the hingr's cigarette in a bu ket
No one not employed in the opera
house will le allowed on the stage
or In the wings so long as Caruso
is in either place.
During the entire cngagi ment no
cranger to him even n member of
the theater's ordinary company will
be admitted to the part of the the-
ter that encloses the B'ago.
As long as the tenor is on the
stage no si-enery wi l bo Bhlfted. It
Is faid that Caruso insisted on this
clause in the contract.
Caruso's suite consists of his phys-
ician his private fsecrctary impresa-
rio and bandmaster. Thev will escort
Caruso from his dressing room to
the s'age and back again.
The new contract raises the
amount Caruso will receive each
night he sings from $.''o to $:!m0.
The management will pay $100 a
day for his and ills suite's hotel
Investigating Alaskan Conditions.
Washington. March 5. An Investi-
gation into the existing conditions in
Alaska is to be made during Iho com-
ing summer by a joint committee of
congress composed of five senators
nnd embers of the house. Five mem
to hold a conference for the purixise
of arbitrating the controversy.
Says Company Won't Arbitrate.
Later in the day Mr. Classen an-
nounced that the company will not
the election to he held at a mldpeason
and while he did not say positively
that July 1 will ibe the date he went
so far ns to say he considers that
July 1 would be a date acceptable to
all concerned. Oklahoman.
arbitrate will not recognize the union
and furthermore that it will start op-
erating its cars at 5:30 o'clock Mon-
..f tn 41. i. s ninn'n tin.
I III UJint.-u lu lilt- .... .. o ....
ion" Mr. Classen declared. "And 1
will throw every one of my lines Into
the ditch before 1 will recognize their
organization. 1 have ordered all cars
to the barn today but I will run them
tomorrow and I will look to the city
Mayor Lackey at once sought Gov.
Cruce. The mayor realizes the police
force would be inadequate to cope
with the situation should rioting oc
cur which every one seems to believe.
is likelr In the event an attempt Is "i ih1 lola' "l kavin? the white
made to operate cars with strlke-j hoUM! hat lle was KlnB to Cana(a
breakers. About 300 men are said to u1' ho reciprocity situation first
have been imported. Gov. Cruce do
TO STUDY CANADA
KANSAN WILL MAKE PERSONAL
TRIP OF THREE WEEKS STUDY-
Washington D. C March C Rep-
resentative Campbell of Kansas an-
dmnanding that Dr. Bennett either
make a public apology or that he be
cited before the bar of the senate for
contempt and sent to jail for the re-
mainder of the session.
It Is not possible for the sentence
in case there Is one passed to extend
beyond the limits of the present ses
sion but judging from the talk of the
senators steps will be taken to bring
the matter before the open senate.
dared he will not. call out the militia
unless it becomes absolutely neces-
sary. A sjKH'lal meeting of the car nien'fl
union wan called at. 2:30 Sunday nf
ternoon for the purpose of enrolling ls oin 01 hls owu account
prospective members t'nlon leaders
say the success of the strike lias far
He will spend three weeks in re
viewing comparing the prices the Can
adlan farmer receives for horses cat-
tle and grain with these prices re
celved by the American farmer lie
Oklahoma City Okla. March 4.
The senate committee named to In-
quire into the statement of Dr. Leo
E. Dennett of Muskogee regarding the
alleged expenditure of $500 by a sena-
tor during the special session and con-
necting with it a statement about a
proposed state appropriation of $1-
000000 for a capitol building was in
session for an hour and a half tonight
with Dr. Bennett on the stand.
The witness is a member of the
Btate capitol commission appointed by
Gov. Haskell. He admitted tiat the
statement as Imputed to him by the
Muskogee Phoenix and the Tulsa
Democrat was In part as he had au-
thorized but that he had done so pure-
ly from hearsay.
Asked to whom he referred Dr.
Bennett stated that it was Senator
Franklin of Madill and when pressed
From each results are wondrous sure.
Yes all are certain of success
It cured them could there he a doubt
That in your case it would do less?
So take your time and try them out.
Of course you wonder to be sure
Though you have not the heart to
If theirs is such a perfect cure
"Why they should have a coughing fit
STATE BODY IS NOW ON A TWO
DOLLAR A DAY SALARY WITH
"There are lots of fools in
""Well don't worry. I don't think
you will be crowded out. Your chance
is as good as any of them."
larem Skirt Ode.
The shortest ode yet written to the
Oklahoma City Okla. March C
Both houses of the legislature "backed
up" on their sine die adjournment
resolution passed two weeks ago fix-
ing the hour at 10 o'clock Saturday
when the regular session would come
to a close.
The concurrent action leaves the
question wide open but members are
now talking about concluding their
labors hy next Saturday night.
Saturday marked the sixtieth day
of the session the last for which mem
hers were entitled to draw $6 per day.
Beginning this morning they started
in upon the pay of $2 per day and can
remain until they get tired.
On the senate calendar there are
211 bills listed 85 of which are rrom
the house while on the house Bide the
calendar shows 210 measures 34 of
them being from the senate.
FILTERED WATER AND AN UN-
LIMITED SUPPLY FURNISHED
TO THE CITY.
"Some one has been handing Ard-
more a knock" said City Attorney
Moore this morning. "Some one ha3
circulated the story that Ardmore is
about to be in the midst of a water
famine and for what reason it ls hard
to discern. We have the best system
of waterworks in the state of Oklaho-
ma and if it failed to rain for the
next year w would still have an
ample water supply. Some one has
been 'busy with their little hammer
but the fact remains that Ardmore
has the best system of waterworks of
any city In the state and Is amply
able to control the situation be it fire
or otherwise. The city is using filter-
ed water and if some of the disgrun-
tled ones would take notice they
would see that the water Is purer and
clearer today than it ever has been."
Farewell! But Whenever.
Farewell! but whenever you welcome
That awakens the night-song of mirth
in your hower.
for a reason for so doing answered. Then thlnk of the friend who once
Gov. Cruce Receives Paper in Case
of Defunct Bank Concern.
welcomed It too
And forgot his own griefs to be hap
py with you
bcrs of the committee appointed '1 expectations. An hour
Million Dollar Fire at Minneapolis
Mineapnolis Minn. March C The
Just beforo adjournment of con-
nfter the walkout over 100 men had
Kress bv Vice President Sherman and ' iolm 110 nPW ""'tloii. they say.
Ki..:.w.r r..n m. I "' nftoinoon the 111 o hi.1k r s h 1 p was In-
Senators Nelson Smoot Nixon Sim-
mons and Bankhead nnd Ilepresentn-
tive Fitzgerald of New York Sherley
of Kentucky Robinson of Arkansas
Hamilton of Michigan nnd Coode of
The committee which was made
possible by an amendment to the sun-
creased to 150.
"If there Is any trouble on the cars
or violence of any kind caused by
their operation I'll place policemen in
'charge nnd run them to the car barn
nnd lock the cars In the barns until
peace is restored" said Mayor Lnekcyj
i Sundav afternoon. "If necessarv an
ii-. 1-n .... i i ni i . i . 'extra force of policemen will be com
dry civil service bill Introduced byi .
Senator I'lles of Washington is In-!
structed to report in December with'
recommendations for such legislation!
ns may be deemed necessary. The
Slain by Constable
Marshall March 5. 'Will Powell.
sum of $10000 was appropriated for ; 'Hspatcher of the Texas & Pacific mil-
the expense of the investUaon.
managers of the Syndicate block
which was swept by fire Sunday
causing n loss of $l20iiooo today
announced that it had been definitel
established that no lives were lost.
Tho two women reported missing
were today accounted for.
The fire was one of the most dis-
astrous ever known here. The origin
of the fire is unknown. Passers by
discovered the flames and turned in
tho alarm. Many occupants of the
building were cut off from escape
and the firemen did heroic work in
rescuing the occupants. Tho flames
were not subdued for several hours.
that ho had been told that Senator
Franklin made certain expenditures
here In Oklahoma City and that inas
much as Senator Franklin has been te griefs may return-not a hope
ncuve in state capital matters ne as-
sumed that ho (Franklin- knew why
Oklahoma City had failed to make
good in its proposition to the state
Frank Tyer who is at his home
roau at iiutiKie iji. was snot aim in tins city suffering from an at-
killed this morning about 1 : Vi o'clock. tack of fever was reported no bet-
Florida Mob Kills Negro roweu was on amy and it is stateu ter vestenuy. lie has been ill for
Marina Fla March 1 filvln "l!U ne iook a lantern and went over tigiu wecKs. lie contracted the fe-
Baker. a negro who came here from lo tu nonp of 11 ma'1 n;lm'u Savant ( ver in Texas and spent some time
Georgia recently was shot to death! ll"l k0(li0d " 'he 'or when a shotn the Santa Fe hospital at Temple.
by a mob at Cvptess. a small town!l'amo niro"f-rn the door striking him
r H. A. Kldwell manager of the
when 'Oklahoma City house for Evans-Sny
rear here last night. Baker yester-i '" tno ngm siao.
! I'owcU alU'd "Pon't shoot.
( i .m ..i .-'the second shot was fired taking ef-i "'r-UuelI company was in the city
v" "t i- cum dun ti I 1 1 1 1 1 J ' I lU IU i
shoot the town marshal when that of-' in "lp Mt nos calsI"S ln"o-
flcer went to place him under arrest ! llln loan-
on the charge of disorderly ennd.iet J m wno did tne snooting
yesterday talking with the ranch-
men of the county. By special ap-
pointment ho met here Clias. Mc-
was stopping at this brother's home! w"in- a prominent cattleman of
Iiater he was arrested bv a posse audi
placed in the lockup. Some time In' lnat nul lloinp a ""istable. had j
the night a mob battered down the' h;"1 f0"'e trouble with neeroes andj
.1..-- ti.. i.ti i . . ... ' believing tb.it neirriwa bnd conio to!
... ... ja.i ami poured a lusiiiaue - - year must recisier M.m.bn- nn.l T.iC.
and why it was necessary for the
state to now make an appropriation to
build a capitol.
"Do I understand that you disavow-
any intention now of reflecting upon
the honor or Integrity of Senator
Franklin?" asked Senator Totter one
of the committee.
"Yes sir I do" replied Dr. Bennett
"And had not at the time of making
tho statement any Intention of charg
ing Senator Franklin with corrupt
"I did not" he replied. Dr. Bennett
continued that he had no Intention of
reflecting upon other senators in fact
he had known some of them for 20
years and had ierfect confidence in
Senator Franklin told the commit-
tee that he made purchases in Ok-
1 .. 1 -.. j . . r . . . . . i
........... vi)- just prior to me nonuays Let fa)e do hr wofBt thfre are rel!c8
In an amount In excess of $500 which of jor
wa for his home in Madill. These nriffnt dreamg of he past whIch she
consisted of bric-a-brac carved wood oannot dwtrov.
i.u-mmv mid a mue cuina out no TVhteh come In the nlrhtHmA nf or-
Oklahoma City Okla. March 5.
State Bank Examiner and Inspector
Taylor has submitted a report to
Governor Cruce upon an investigation
made by his department hearing up
on affairs of the old Capitol Na
tional Bank which failed in Guthrie
several years ago.
The renorf will not be made nubile
may remain ... ..- haa an onnortunitv
Of the few that have brightened his' peruEe u It hag t0 d0 however
1""U"B' UL w1th a claim the state of Oklahoma
unt ne neer can rorget tne snort lnnerltea from the territory covering
vision that threw
Jts enchantment around him while
Entering with you!
And still on that evening when pleas-
ure fills up
To the highest top sparkle each
heart and each cup
Where'er my path lies be it gloomy or the Logan county district court tes-
bright timoiiy was brought out showing that
My soul happy friends will be with the state's claim was valued at $Cfi-
you that night; Oo0i ani wnne none of the officials
Shall join In your revels your sports wiu navo anvthInK to Bav ln a.
money on deposit with the bank at
the time of failure. By a resolution
of the legislature in special session
the governor the state treasurer and
the attorney general were empow-
ered to dispose of the claim which
was done for $11000.
In a recent case cn trial before
and your wiles
And return to me beaming all o'er
with your smiles
Too blest if it tells me that 'mid the
Some kind voice has murmured "I
wish he were here!" . I
vance of the governor it is under-
stood the testimony is referred to
in the examiner's special! report.
I have received a shipment of the
Arts and Crafts and Conventional Em-
broidery on display at Mrs. Foster's
this week. MRS. E. E. ENGLISH.
O. L. DENNES WILL ESTABLISH
FACTORY HERE FOR MANUFAC-
TURE OF OVERALLS.
"Yes I have foeen think of estab-
lishing a factory here to manufacture
overalls" said O. L. Dennes this morn-
ing. "But you can state that if I do
that I will be the sole owner of the
plant. I have heard it intimated that
I would 'be associated with others who
contemplated establishing a factory
here but that is untrue. I will be the
owner of the plant that I establish If
I establish one. I understand tnat
there are others who have been talk-
ing of locating here. If they are will-
ing I will leave the field open to them
but I want to see something tangible
in the meantime."
Mr. Dennes is one of' Ardmore's
most successful merchants and if he
concludes to establish the factory he
will have the hearty endorsement ot
every (business man In the city.
Sunday School Report.
Broadway Baptist Sunday school for
Sunday March 5 1911 had In attend
ance 183 pupils. School enrollment
24G. We have 20 classes and report
every teacher present.
Our collection amounting to $6.37
was for orphans' home.
The .paper on "Elijah's Life" by
Miss Lynn was beautiful and did ub
WILL W. SANDFORD Supt.
lace ns had been charged. Other sen-
row and care.
ators made similar .purchases and the And 5ack the features which
fact was freely talked about in the
senate chamber nnd hotel lobbies.
Senator Franklin asked Dr. Bennett
joy used to wear. I
Long long be my heart with such
Voters who ilid not register last
of shots Into Baker's bod v.
shot without asking
NO SUNDAY MAIL.
do some harm
Powell was a member of one of the
City of Richmond Va. Closes Post-' this section nnd has relatives all over
office on Sunday. I 'he country. He leaves a wife mid six
Richmond Va. March fi. Rich-! children and will be brought here for
mond's postoff'ce was closed all day burial.
yesterday and will le closed every
Sunday from now on. All deliveries! Names Two Deputies
and sales of stamps were wholly sus- Cuthrie Okla.. March 5 Dick
pendod and none but private box hold-j It ow nice of okl.ihoma City a for-
ers were able to obtain mail. Wlthj m. r member of the Oklahoma house
the exception of Detroit Richmond Is; and State Senator Jack I-angston of
day to take part in the primary.
W. H. Cardwell inspector of the
seventh nrfini net r.uin2li ... t n
oldest and most prominent families in1 ' . ' 1 us u
. . .. i 'but his registration loks will be
at Porter Staple's store for these
two day s.
the only large city In the county
where such a condition obtains. Post
master Allen said he took the step so
'.hat employes of the postoffice might
have a full dav off.
A good thing about a boarding
Siouse la everybody expects you to
growl about the meals but if you do
it at home the cook leaves.
Guymon have been apjiolnted deputy
Tinted States marshals by W. S
Cade who was recently npHinted
marsh:. 1 by President Taft to suc-
ceed John R. Abernathy. Chief IVjv.
oty Maishal Chris Madsen Is under
civil service and retains his place.
A Wn leader likes to associate
witli people who are born followers.
( liy K. Corry of Ilillslioro Texas
is in the city and will make this
place his home. Mr. Corry is a young
man and has como here to grow up
with the city. He is a cotton man
but will accept other employment
until the next cotton season oikuis.
if he knew that he (Franklin) had Ljk4 the vase ln .hlch rosg have
other sources of Income beside his pav once b(en digtiUed-
ns senator answering which Dr. Ben- You niay lreakf yon may 8hafter the
neu said mat ne am not.
Senator Franklin asked the commit-
tee to recess until Tuesday night
when he would produce a statement
from h! bank in Madill together with
check stubs showing payments. Dr.
Bennett stated that he had no wit-
nesses to produce.
The following suits for divorce
have been filed with the clerk of
the district court: Beatrice Taylor
vs. Mose Taylor alleging desertion.
J. T. .Merritt vs. Frankie Merritt.
desertion and neglect of dutv.
Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Corhn
vase. If you will
But the scent of the rosee will hang
round it still. j
By Thomas Moore i
When Dreamt Come True.
An Irishman and a Scotchman once
went traveling through a Western
William T. Sallsburv. manaeer of 1 Prairie. It happened that one after
the Postal Telegraph Company here1 noon 1p- shot a 8lnsl "ai1' whif:i
received a message last night from 0w do for reaUast for one of
Mineral Wells. Texas stating that his them on he rollowing morning. Know-
father. John Sallsburv was verv sick! lns that the blrd was not en0Hgh for
and could not recover. Mr. Salisbury 1 wo' the' aRlw1 to hlve " eatei
left for the Texas town this morning. by the one wno 8noula hav the best
John Salisbury lived In thifi city in' dream durln8 the nIght- fc
the early days and is well known to' When the' 'oke eart" n the
many of the old timers. He is fiftv-j morning the lrishman "J to
seotenman: An pnwat. aia you ar-
nine years of age.
FOR SALE Good surrey.
The Royal Xeighliora will meet
Tuesday night at 7:30 sharp.
"Well." answered the Scot. "I
gtf area mea mat i saw a oeauuiui Bas
ket descend from Heaven and then :
I got In it and was borne up to i
"An I dr-reamed" said the Irish
PLENTY OF OPPORTUNITIES STILL EXIST FOR THE MEN WHO
KNOW HOW TO MAKE OPPORTUNITIES AND THE SAME
HOLDS GOOD WITH TOWNS
Ardmore has made good and will now enjoy not a boom hut
a good steady growth that will make a city ln a short time which
may not be the largest ln the state but will be the best.
We are in position to make all kinds of building castings and
when you build repair or enlarge don't forget that you can get your
needa supplied right here in Ardmore. We know how to repair
machinery and have a shop well equipped for all kinds of machinery
Jones-Everett Machine Co.
The City of Opportunity.
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