The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 235, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 6, 1911 Page: 1 of 8
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The Ardmoreite Is the Only Newspaper in Southern Oklahoma Receiving the Associated Press News Service
Clothing French dry cleaned
and steam pressed. Only
French dry cleaners In city.
Phone 498 Blue.
Our Foundry ia In operation and
we are milking line caHtinirs of all
kin Is we have a lew.hit'h weights
In stock to move iiuick.
Jones-Everett Machine Co.
ARDMORE OKLAHOMA THURSDAY EVENING JULY 0 ItMl
Friday at Noon to ge.
ready for the Big
RELIEF FROM TORRID WEATHER
CAME LATE YESTERDAY WITH
SHOWERS LAST NIGHT.
AT COUNTRY DANCE! TAFT'S SECRETARY
QUARREL OVER A GIRL NINE
MILES SOUTH OF MUSKOGEE
INSURGENT LEADER NORRIS
SAYS HILLS IS HEAD OF -POLITICAL
TEN DEGREES COOLER TODAY ONE IS FATILLY HURT i LEFFEB 7D PROGRESSIVE LEAGUE
Saturday July 8
Saturday July 16
SEE OUR TWO-PAGE ANNOUNCEMENT
COMMITTEE Of 1WOTIWEM BEGINS
1MED 81 STEEL IK HIS LIFE SENTENCE
Weather Forecaster at Kansas City
Announced This Morning That the
Tenperature Today Will Be Ten to
Fifteen Degrees Under Yesterday.
Kausa-; City .Mo. July ti. Willi
the temiK'i'uturt over the southwest
at S o'clock tli is morning ranging
from five to ten degrees lower than
at tie u.imo hour yesterday" and
light showers during the night over
most of the territory decided relief
from tin1 extreme heat of the last
four days was predicted by the local
"Yesterday's climax of heat will
not lie reached hy from ten to fifteen
degrees" he said.
At Fort Worth a light rain fell
today. Last night one inch of vain
fell at Giobrarn Nebraska and Salina
In the 21 hours just ended at 8
o'clock this morning there were nine
deaths from the heat and twenty pros
Knives Freely Used by Combatants In Letter Addressed to the Progrea
Wounds of Several of the Injured I
Are Reported as Serious One Will
sive Republican League of Ne-1
braska sNorris Says Hills Issue
"Ungrounded ana False Reports."
Muskogee Okla. July C. A itiarrel
over a girl at a country dance nine
miles south of hero today resulted
in a general light in which leven
men were stabbed.
It is believed that one of the in-
jured will die. The wounds of several
RENEW ITS FIGHT
PLANS FOR AN INTERNATIONAL
STEEL ORGANIZATION ARE
NOW UNDER WAY.
Brussels Belgium July (!. Having
completed the task which brought
them here from nine countries the
fcteel men adjouried today after ap-
pointing a committee of thirty mem-
bers representing each national
group to work out a plan for an
international steel organization and
submit to the ne.y. conference.
Judge E. II. Gary of America was
named chairman of the board.
Shirt waists Vj White House.
WITHOUT FURTHER HOPE CON
VICTED SLAYER OF LITTLE
GIRL GOES TO PRISON.
Louisville Ky. July 6. Without
further hope after the state supreme
eourtN had confirmed his sentence of
life imprisonment Joseph Wendling
convicted of the murder of eight-year-old
Alma Kelner was taken to the
penitentiary at Frankfort today to
liegin serving his sentence.
worth more than
When you do make an order
for lee Cream order it where
it ia mado in small quantities
where it is not stored dav after
day where it is made by the
simplest method and of purest
ingrodients. We offer $1000.00
for any deleterious matter used
In our Cream. We deliver
Cream at St. 00 a gallon in half
gallon orders up. We have a
beautiful parlor where you are
invited forest and take refresh-
ments. PETER PAUL
The Cundv Man : : l'hone US"
STATE CAPITOL SITUATION.
Many Request Governor to Call Spe-
Oklahona City Okla. July The
j state capitol situation underwent no
i change today but members of the
building committee say they have a
i plan In formulation that will work
out. Those favoring an issue of bonds
! by the city for park purposes and
j the delivery by that means of $1000-
j 000 to the state will have an opinion
'shortly showing that the pian is legal
j Governor Cruce is 'being urged by lo-
cal people to call a special session
i of the legislature and ask for an np-
j propriation to start the work but be
has refused to consider the Idea.
Members of the chamber of com-
merce were in consultation with the
governor today regarding the situation.
Ardmore-Duncan-Lawton Company Se
cure Services of A. N. Bullitt.
Jiawton Okla. July 5 A. N. Bui
litt of Fort Worth Texas a railroad
builder of twenty years experience.
has been .selected by the Ardmore &
Lawton railroad company as chief en
gineer of the road and today stated
that work on the line will be begun
about the 10th of July. Bullitt was
the constructing engineer of the Kris
co lino from Ardmore to Arkansas
some years ago. The new line Is
practically an extension of this road
ThU gives rise to the belief that the
Frisco will eventually get control of
the new line.
SUCH THINGS HAVE HAPPENED.
"GRANDPA" CLAUSE TEST CASE.
To Many Ardmore People Who Form
erly Visited Gainesville.
Joe Ieonard went to Ardmore yes
terday. Nothing unusual about that
however for he makes them quite
frequently. The fun occurred as he
was coming back or at least he was
attempting to "come back.' Joe was
finite prompt as he arose In Ardmore
early this morning and was equally
prompt in boarding the southbound
Santa Fe but he seemed somewhat in
doubt as to where he would get off.
Snoozing at a two-forty clip Joe
Passed serenely through the city this
morning and near Sanger he awoke
to the realization of his geographical
location. He proceeded into Ft. Worth
and returned at ten o'clock. Ouincn-
GOVERNMENT SEEKS TO DISAS-
SOCIATE RAILROADS FROM
CONTROL OF COAL MINES.
TEST SUIT IS FILED
Suit is Separate From the So-Called
Coal Trust Case Which is Now on
Appeal to the Supreme Court.
Washington. I. ('. July (!. Charges
that Charle.s J). Hills secretary to t lie
president is the acting bead of a "po-
litical news bureau" which "suppress-
es truth' and issues "ungrounded and
false" reports as to sentiment con-
cerning presidential candidates were
made today in a letter Hepreseutatlve
Norris of Nebraska insurgent leader
in the house addressed to the Ne-
braska Progressive Republican league.
Norris charged the suppression of
facts relative to the sentiment favor-
ing the candidacy of Senator IaFoI-
lette for the presidency. He charged
that the progressives had been
wronged by the conspiracy of the
great newspapers in suppressing news
relative to the progressive movement.
In referring to articles printed the
letter said "These articles have the
earmarks that strongly Indicate they
originated in the while house. I do
not think that the president himself
dictated them but it is generally un-
derstood that the Information rune
from his private secretary."
DAMAGING TO CROPS.
Washington D. C July G The gov
ernment will renew irs fight to disas-
sociate the great coal-carrying rail-
roads from their virtual control of
the mines and thus vitalize the com
modities clause of the Interstate com-
A test case against the Lehigh Val
ley railroad will 'be filcif in the Unit
ed States court at Philadelphia to
AVaile in effect the government's ac
tion is a blow at the so-called coal
trust the case is separate from that
suit which is now on appeal to the
WILL TRY TO ENFORCE
ANTLERS DEPOT BURNS.
ATTORNEY GENERAL OF KANSAS
APPOINTS A SPECIAL ASSISTANT.
AT YOUR SERVICE
We are at your service and if
you are not satisfied with your
grocer and market man phone
us and you will always be proud
that you did We sell the best
meats and groceries for the
least money and pive quick
PHONE bo : Succi-Mon to W. A. Gilliam
District Judge at Guthrie Uphold:
Constitutionality of Act.
We Want 2nd Hand Goods
And will exchange new goods
or pay cash for any old thing
and will sell you for a little
dowl and a little every week or
month. We rent aod repair
anything. We have just receiv-
ed a big cir load of mixed fur-
niture art square mattings
etc. We are exclusive sellers
of Herrick refrigerators. When
looking around see us on :rd
and Caddo or phone 366.
C. P. HALL
j G.'thrie Okla.. July ." - District
j .IiTi!;rr A. Huston to'kiv urn eld tlx
recent decision of the slate supreme
'court that the Oklahoma grandfather;
j c'tiie is constitutional and sustained 1
.the state's 'demurrer le the petition j
rceiltly fi!-d by Theodore Coffield j
an ex-slave asking $1 h.'iOO damages j
j fro! Guthrie election officers who re- j
fyised him the privilege of voting at J
' the last general election.
Immediately Attorneys TVveraux
and Hildreth gave notice of appeal
to the state supreme bench and will
then appeal to the rederal supreme
court. This is the test case recently
bnught under the direction of Chair-
man Harris of the republican state
committee with the expectation of
taking it to the highest court for
i Fire Destroys Frisco Building
j Most of Contents.
Anders Okla. July 3. Fire broke
j out in the freight room of the Frisco
(depot about p. in. yesterday de
stroying the depot and all content?
Topeka Kan. July C. Attorney
General Daw.son today named T. T.
I'.irr of Galena as special attorney
i iieial for Cherokee county. Durr
was in Topeka today and held a long
j confen ncp with Dawson at which it j
! i said detailed plans for enforcing the
' prohibitory law in that countv were!
Weather Bureau's Weekly Report In
dicates Need of Rain.
Washington July li. Rain la much
needed ill the agricultural districts
of the country and t lie intense heat Is
doing great damage to crops; generally
according to the crop report for the
week ended yesterday made public
today by the weather bureau. The
"In the cotton growing states cast
of the Mississippi showers occurred
in many sections and as a whole the
week'w weather was favorable al-
though wore rain is needed In the
more easterly states.
"In the cotton growing state west
of the Mississippi some rain fell In
South Louisiana east Texas North I
Arkansas and a few points in Oklaho-
ma but over much of those states
there was an entire absence of rain
and severe drouth continues in many
"In the corn growing states west of
the Mississippi the continued lack of
general and heavy rain is being se-
verely felt. The drouth is still largely
unbroken in Missouri and it is Incom-
ing serious In Iowa and portions of
Kansas and Nebraska. In Oklahoma :
severe drouth covers nearly the en-
lire state and rain is again needed I
in Arkansas. I
"in the corn prow in ar states ea-'-t
of the Mississippi rain Is badly need-;
j "In the important wheat growing
! section only light and insufficient
; shower-; occurred and rain is greatly
In the Atlantic coast. ftates north-
Westheimer & Daube's
FFERS Greater Savings this
week than ever before be-
cause during the two weeks of
this great sacrifice in prices we
have accumulated some odds and
ends in sizes. The style and qual-
ity of these garments are of the
A Splendid Line of Wash Skirts
At Half Price
Dig Savings in Mens and Boys' Suits Pants Hats
Ties Shirts Waists Socks Suspenders and Under-
wear. Flaxons of Every Description
Now at Sale Prices
One Lot of Val Laces with Insertion to match.
Worth from 7 1-2 to 12 1-2C. On sale now at the
yard '. 5c
Pongerian Foulards That were 15c are now 12c
All of our loe Figured Lawns are now 8c
All 12 1-2C Lawns now JOc
All 15c Lawns are now 12 J-2c
8 1-3C Double Fold India Linen 7c
ioc Double Fold India Linen on sale at 8 l-2c
12 1-2C India Linen Jjc
15c India Linen J3c
20c India Linen 16c
25c India Linen 19c
Imperial Long Cloth 10 yards in a bolt for. 89c
Hope Domestic -The best Domestic on the market
for all purposes is now selling for 7 3-4c
Red Seal Ginghams In both book and long fold at
the yard 9c
Visit this Sale every day this week as
there will he Special Bargains in every
jjri If 11 nwi m&VTt
NO PRAYER PROCLAMATION.
good rain.-; are
the fire was controlled with but little j
damage to other property. Origin of'
the fire is unkonwn.
TIHEN OP WICHITA
j ward from Virgin
' '.'(-nerally needed. I
j "West of the Ilocky monntarns the : ''
! week continued K tierallv cool ntrl Cruc
I by many. The governor's positiou 'a
- 1 that those who desire to offer suppli-
Cov. Crcce Says Such Action Is Not i (..t) ilMS for lnoi.;tire mav d so wlth-
011:. the formality of a proclamation.
hotra c::y Okla.. .'"! '-- !ov.'
-.rated today that ho would not J
A woman has such an imagination
!sl:e knows how to brave her husband
is when he wants to go downstairs
j to fee if there are burglars but does-
j n't because it would ecare her more
than she already is.
Fire at Wainwrioht.
Muskogee Okla. July .". 'Plie post-
office which was in the Wainwright
Hrick company's store at Wainwripht
Okla. was destroyed hy fire early this
morning. The building and content.-!
were a total loss. A large granary
near the eiore also burned.
i there was more than the useal amount ls.-.ue a pioehuuat ion a -Kit
. . ..
of rain. -ivers 'hrotichout the sta-e for
CHILD FATALLY BURNED.
as ho had leeii req tes
for gen-j y man nev r has as much money
in the hearing of his family a3 of
ed to do j oilier people.
iWILL ASSUME CHARGE OF THE
i LINCOLN NEBRASKA DIOCESE
I AT ONCE.
The Weather !!
New Orleans La. July o.
The weather forecast for Ok-
lahoma for today and Friday
is showers with cooler weath-
Wichita Kan. July 6. Monsiguior
John Henry Tihen formerly chancel-
lor of the Catholic diocese of Wichi-
ta wa5 this morning consecrated by
the pope. He will go at once to Lin-
coln Nebraska to take charge of tiie
A notable gathering of Catholic dig
liiiaries was present among them
I lit-hop Ward of Ieavenworth Bishop
Meerscheart of Oklahoma and Wolf
Abbot benedictlne of the order of
Clothing Is Ignited While Tot Play?;
Muskogee. Okla. July .". Dorothv
lcwis 3 years oid was fatally burn-
ed here today. She was playing with.
j matches out in the yard when she
'set her clothing on fire and before'
help reached her she had received
burns from which she died a few
Fighting seems to be perfectly re-
pectable when It's in the church
The longer a man goes without
paying a bill the more he gets to
think he never really owed it.
'DON'T WINK AT ME'
For I want to get
full on the 4th of
1 ICE CREAM fl
Once tried you will always repeat.
A perfect food highest quality
and it's purity guaranteed. For
sale by all leading founts. Manu-
factured by the most perfectly
equipped and most sanitary plant
in Oklahoma. Phone 735.
DIAMOND A ICE CRC4 AH) CHEAJfKY tl.
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