The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 256, Ed. 1 Monday, July 31, 1911 Page: 1 of 6
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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
Freich dry cleaners In city.
Pnoae 496 Bice.
Our Foundry is In nitration and
we arc making line mstlntfs of all
kin In. we have h few hitch weights
In stock to move iiuick.
hnes-Evereit Machine Co.
ARDMOHE OKLAHOMA MONDAY EVENING JULY 31 1SU1
While the lawyer is tryiiu to unravel some court opinion
while the doctor is thinking of liis patient and of medicines
vhile tli e minister is Ftudyliig tlie needs of his church while oth-
ers are thinking merchandise or real estate I ' t
Thinking of Your RcL
I see- the disease :n his feet when you can't detect it I oil-
serve 'lie manner of his travel and Know how to remedy tlie de-
fect liy giving his feet proper treatment and right Kind of shoes.
I can look you square in the eye and ask you to leave your
horse troubles to me. Years of painstaking work and close study
have taught me how to succeed in my business and the horse
that is placed in my care soon has feet clear of disease; his
shoes are comfortable he is better fitted for service he is a
safer animal and you do not have to answer to the crime of cruel-
ty to your most faithful domestic servant.
We have other men who are experts in their line. We build
wagons to order we do wagon and buggy repairing and general
blacksmith work and we want your business bad enough to give
you the very best service. We never turn out an order that is
not well and thoroughly executed.
It costs no more to have your work done here. And we charge
the same old price for horseshoeing.
WAR DANGER PASSES
BRITISH BELIEVE THAT A WAR
WITH GERMANY IS PROBABLE.
AND WANT IT TO COME NOW.
London July ::0 The Morocco cri-
sis is practically ended. At least this
is the opinion of the English public
though the foreign office is careful
to point out that the negotiations are
incomplete and may drag on for
While greatly relieved at the Im-
provement in the situation even serious-minded
nritishers in discussing
the crisis are invariably of the opin-
ion that as war with Germany seems
probable it would be far better for
Kngland if it should come now than
later when tlie German navy will
have been strengthened ami a'0 11at
Kngland would better come to blows
with Ormany over Morocco or some
ciuestion in which France is directly
interested than on a question In which
England and fiermany only are con-
To be able to order your meats
and groceries from the same
store and it in very satisfying
to know that you are Koinjr to
get the best when you order.
Prompt deliveries is a feature
of our business.
GILLIAM W KING
PHONE b : Succewort to W. A. Gilliim
Biggest Stock in the Citv
Since we have paved stretcni Caddo
and 111 rains now is the time turi-
champ your old goods (or new furni-
ture. B. wood and coal stovn ami
in ta.t any kind of new household
goods for kiti lienor parlor esiv
5 nrrmiiini China dish wllh every
5 IMI pu rclmse. Tickets for rulleet ions
or cah sales only at our store. e
ell on payments cheaper than others
for cuh. as we have no rents to pay.
Will ell freezers retrieerators. water
fillersor niolers at cost. Special in-
ducements tn newly married people
ince July 1st. Iteiiieiul'er the pla-e.
My hie cheap place on Caddo street.
;l bliH-ks from Main street t ome
send word write or phone.
C. P. IIAL.L.
KAISER BACKS DOWN
corned in the former case Kngland
would be assured of tho assistance of
Krance while iu the latter Trance
might without dishonor offer sym-
pathy but stand aside when it came
to a fight.
Germany according to tlie English
view lias made a bluff which is be-
ing promptly called and she is now
preparing to withdraw.
Pacific Solution Certain.
Paris July 110. Confidence that the
France-German controversy will reach
a pacific solution increases daily. It
is understood that the negotiations
now are concerned with fixing whit
part of French Congo Franco is will-
ing to cede in return for German dis-
interestedness in Morocco and possi-
bly the cession by Germany of the
whole or part of Togoland the Ger-
man colonial possession the Gulf of
Guinea between the British gold coast
colony and Dahomey.
Kaiser in Conference.
Swinemueridge Prussia July 30.
Emperor William today had a confer-
ence lasting several hours with thJ
imperial chancellor Dr. von Beth-inann-Jlollweg
and Baron von Kider-lin-YVaechter
the secretary for for-
eign affairs with reference to Mo-
rocco. Make up your mind to go to college
one year free and come to The Ard-
moreite office Tuesday morning and
learn how you can do so.
The more a man owes to his wife
for what she does for him the more
he thinks she is the debtor.
See me for all kinds of tin work.
Mm W. A. PRIDE.
A man could never really try to be
good and a woman not to.
IT IS EASY
To talk or write ads about your
business. But you must have
the right goods the prices and
the service to hold the custo-
mers. We still have our first
customers and are adding new
ones daily. If you want the
best in groceries" better give us
Phone 073 A St.. N.E.
III RATE FIGHT
LEADING RAILROADS SOUGHT TO
INCREASE THE COMMUTATION
OF PASSENGER FARES.
Aside from Affecting Nearly Half a
Million Cummuters Near New York
It Concerns Commuters In Every
Washington P. C July 31. The
pro) osed increase In commutation of
passenger fared by the leading rail-
road companies operating in and out
of New York City was today held un-
reasonable by the interstate commerce
Aside from affecting nearly half a
million commuters near New York
the opinion is regarded as of far-reaching
importance as concerning railroads
and commuter in every center of roi-
ulation in tlie country.
OKLAHOMA SENATOR URGES AD-
OPTION OF HIS BILL TO ELECT
WANTS RECALL PROVISION TOO
Owen Says That With His Proposed
Bill in Force Supreme Court Would
No Longer Amend the Acts of Con-
gress as in the Standard Oil Case.
Washington D. C July 31. A se-
vere criticism of the United States
supreme court marked the speech of
Senator Owen of Oklahoma today
who advocated before the senate the
adoption of his hill providing for the
election and recall of federal Judges.
Tlie bill provides that any supreme
court justice or the judge of any other
federal court be subject to recall by
resolution of congress and that all
circuit and district federal judges be
elected for four years by the voters
of the district.
Suporting his hill Senator Owen
said that with it in force the federal
courts would no longer because of
their views of public policy amend
acts of congress by inserting words
in important statutes which congress
had refused to insert as the supreme
court did in the Standard Oil and to-
bacco trust cases.
REORGANIZATION OF STANDARD
OIL BEING MADE TO CONFORM
TO COURT DECREE.
New Yotk July 31. The directors
of the Standard Oil Company have ap-
proved the plan of reorganization
it was learned today to comply with
the supreme ;onrt's. decree.
The details of the plan will prob-
; ab'y be made public soon.
The distribution of subsidiary stocks
for shares in the parent comimny
will probably begin In September.
1 FDIt SALE -Lot and improvements
li'.'iXl'O feet; 175 bearing fruit
tret s. Cheap for cash. C. Hines
Phone 85. 31-3
A man tries to make a woman love
him: a woman tries to make a man
make her love him.
-mm warn m
New Orleans. I.a . Jul III.
The weather forecast for Okla-
homa for tonight or Tuesday is
cooler tonight in the northeast.
a :: n n a a a a :t :: tt a a a s c
CAUCUS ON FARMERS FREE LIST
BILL WAS WITHOUT RESULT
TO IE VOTED ON TOMORROW
House Judiciary Committee Today
Heard Wickersham's Charges
Aoainst Attorney General Wicker-
sham Resulting from Alaska Matter.
Washington. P. ('.. July III. The
democrats held a caucus on the farm-
ers' free list bill today without result
and adjourned until tonight.
This bill will be voted on tomorrow.
As the house met at noon today the
debate continued on the cotton tariff
The house judiciary committee
heard Delegate Wickersham's charges
against Attorney General WicUersham
alleging failure to prosecute the Alas-
ka corporations. The two WlcUer-
Kliams faced each other.
The sugar trust investigating com-
mittee today heard Secretary Palmer
of the American Beat Sugar associa-
tion in a historical review of that
No Change in Cotes.
Paris July The physicians at-
tending John VY. Gates said this af-
ternoon that the patient's condition
was f.lioul I he same last night being
considered very grave.
Read the Weekly Ardmoreite.
How People Can
Throw Honey Away
Tlie last summer month is
dawning and every man who
succeeds is getting busy for the
fall months. You want no de-
lays when the harvest Is here
u broken wagon or buggy or de-
livery wagon may cost you
more than its worth in delay
of time iiring it here now
and have it rebuilt even strong-
er than It was when it came
from the fantory. It may cost
but ht'le to repair it now but
when it has gone to pieces the
repair expense is more and the
de'ay is expensive.
You are throwing money
away every day you try Jo use
a vehicle that needs reiir.
Oiii- expert horseshoer knows
how tj pack and pad shoes for
the horse of tender diseased or
ai'iuted feet. He knows how to
take a healthy hoise and keep
him that way.
Hring your work to the old
Corner Mill and Broadway
D. E. ALLEN Proprietor
I I II I I Ul IUUUW
; JUSTICE WRIGHT ALLOWS TWEN
TY DAYS' TIME TO GOMPERS
mitchell and morrison.
RESULT Of TIE RUCKS CASE
Washington Judge Says They Must
Answer the Contempt Charges
Against Them Contained in Second
Report of Committee.
Washington. Ii. ('. July Sam-
uel (iompers Flank .Morrison and
John .Mitchell respectively president
secretary and vice president of the
American Federal ion of '.ulior w ere
today allowed twenty days by Jus-
tice Wright of the supreme court of
I lie District of Columbia in which
to answer the charge.- of contempt
against them contained In tlie sec-
old report of the committee ol pros
editors in the Bucks' Stove & Itange
PRESENT AMBASSADOR TO ITALY I
LIKELY TO BE TRANSFERRED
Washington D. C. July 31. It is
reported on the best of authority to-
day that President Taft. lias about de-
cided to appoint John G. A. I.eishman
present ambassador to Italy as am-
bassador to Germany succeeding Da-
vid Jayne Hill who resigned last
SIX HUNDRED DELEGATES AT-
TENDING STATE MEETING AT
OKLAHOMA CITY ODAY.
Ponca City Had Delegation of Hun-
dred and Fifty with Brass Band
Counties Holding Joint Conference
to Establish Road.
Ok'ahcma City Okla. July 1. Six
hundred delegates composed of bank-
ers lawyers merchants and farmers
are attending tlie meeting of tne good
roads advocates from all over the
state. Ponca City has 150 delegates
here headed by a band every mem-
her of tlie delegation carrying '.i
stalk of corn and big banners solv-
it. Get on tiie trail."
iny "Sii''g. Highway. We must have
1 lie various counties are holding a
jo.nt conference to establish the
toad. '1 lie wiklest enthusiasm pre-
vailed throughout the conference
which continues until tonight.
A large delegation of good road
men are here from Denison. The pro-
posed route is from Arkansas City
south along the Santa Ke. Tlie Den-
ison people want a ibrainh run south-
east from near Sulphur to a point
on Hed river north of Denison there
to connect with a highway across
PURCELL ACTtNG TEMPORARILY
Captain of Guards at Leavenworth
Leavenworth Kan. Juiy .ll John
M. Purcell captain of the guards
will a.-sume the duties of ao'ing
deputy warden at the federal prison
tomorrow to act until an ap"oin:ment
i is made by the attorney general.
II I F U M
Five Dollars Given Away
One Thousand Free Votes
The Ardmoreite will ;ive a free scholarship in
Hargrove Collect to some worthy young man or young
woman. The scholarship includes hoard laundry and
tution so that the poorest hoy or girl in the county can
spend a year at school.
A year at Hargrove College is worth more than a
year at any of the crowded schools of the country. It
is a college with character. It is a college where the
very best training is given.
We want this scholarship to fall into the hands of
some person who needs it. some person who will ap-
preciate it some person who will work with credit to
the Ardmoreite and to the school.
Do you know of such person?
Send in the nomination blank below and if you
name the winner we will give you $5. Send it in at
once as the contest begins on the first day of August.
The Ardmoreite appreciates the opportunity it
has of giving this scholarship away and we truly hope
that great good will result to some of our young friends
by our efforts.
Fill out this blank today and mail it to The Ard-
moreite or leave it at the office. Boys and girls living
anywhere are eligible to enter the contest.
Ardmoreite Publishing Company.
I hereby nominate
Who will appreciate a year's free schooling at
Hargrove College Please place one thousand
votes to his or her credit.
Any person desiring to enter the work to secure
the scholarship are requested to either write or call at
The Ardmoreite office where they will see a copy of
the rules by which the contest will be governed.
DYING IN LONDON LORIMER
EDWIN A. ABBEY OF PHILADEL-
PHIA IS DANGEROUSLY ILL IN
Philadelphia. Pu. Juiy 21. A. cable-
gram received today by his brother.
Willijin Abbey states that Kdwiu A.
Abbey an American painter Is dying
in Iomlon. The message contained
hut two words "Ed dying."
if. H. Marriott Watson contributes
to TIIH It K D ItOOK MAC.AZINK for
August a striking iseiido-scientlflc
store of what befell the great mathe
matician who invented a machine cap-
able of tin-owing the world back Into
its original chaos.
Read tha Want Adi.
"Diamond A" Ice Cream
lie t". S. I't-nt OttU-e
Whenever you see a Diamond think of "Diamond A"
Ice Cream. S. 2 The Taste Lingers Longer
REPORTER FOR CHICAGO TRIB-
UNE TELLS OF HIS WORK ON
Washington D. C July 31. How he
spent two or three weeks investigating
the so-called Charles A. White con-
fession was telated today to the sen
ate's txjrlmer committee by Edward
O. Phillips a reporter for the Chi-
cago Tribune with an expense ac
count as the batds. The witness told
of his visit to various legislators
whose names were connected with
graft in the White story. The cross-
examination of Phillips brought forth
a lively argument between the oppos
Read tha Want Ada.
After you bare watched
the making process and
tried "DIAMOND A" ICG
CREAM you realize how in-
ferior other brands are.
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