The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 318, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 12, 1911 Page: 4 of 8
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ARDMOREITE PUBLISHING CO.
SIDNEY SUGiS President
toured at the romoffice at Ardniore
as Second Class Matter.
OFFICIAL PAPER CARTER CO.
AND THE CITY OF ARDMORE.
If !i is in The Ardmoi-o:'.J it i legal.
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i)e Year -
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Mty Editor a Utrice
AtTyrroneous reflection on the I
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ny person. 1 1 nil or corporation;
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The Arduioreite will he gladly cor1
retted upon its being brought to the!
Mention of the nianapement. j
Arcimore Thursday October i2 1011
spread intereat because the initaMve
and referendum haa been incorporated
Into the statutes of nt leaHt a score
of states already and others seem to
be headed in that direc tion. The Su-
preme Court will also bo called upon
to decide several very important
uses affecting railroad rates which
have been appealed from tho decisions
of the new Court of Commerce. Tha
tribunal has been In existence about
six months but at least a dozen 01
its decision hae been attacked and
appeals taken to the court of last re-
THE VOICE OF MORGAN.
"Investigations hurt business be-
wails tin New York Sun. "Let. 'bus-
iness proceed unhampered" is its cry.
The Sun is now the organ of .1. Pier-
! pout. Morgan el al and It is entirely
possible that its wailing means notli-
ing more than that Morgan and his
1 rang hate to be disturbed in their pil-
FLIGHT FU HUM
ALK CAN SAVE
AVIATOR CANNOT COMPLETE
CROSS-CONTINENT FLIGHT IN
TIME TO WIN PRIZE.
FRANK DAVIS FROM THE GAL-
LOWS OCT. 20 FOR BRUTAL
MURDER NEAR ADA.
TIME -'EXPIRES ON SEYENTEtNTH
.538 ! "1P l"'0!''0-
SENATOR EAI LEY.
Si ii:l' tr .Joseph ' ldou H.lllt
. : i b-liiiii"d iiis forty-eighth
!.i:t Inlay bv announcing that ho would
hoi be a candidate for e-tloit ion to
Mie I'niVil States senal". His term
hi the 1'nited States senate will cx-
; ii e Man li II l'HX Senator I iai !
Iris luiii in active politic- almost
ever since he attained his majority.
Ho U one of the ablest men in th:
s tia e a piofound think'!' but also
thoroughly at home in tin
SENTIMENT RAPIDLY GROWING.
In the democratic party sentiment
is rapidly growing- in favor of the
ideas for which Champ Chirk stands.
The democratic party is each day be-
coiikiu more and more committed to
tin- progressive ideas that marked the
splendid record of achievement of the
IIdiisi- under the leadership of S eak-j
e:- Clark. It is this ability to lea I
that would make him the strongest
candidate of the democratic party in
Frank Davis cunt it-ted at YYewoka
Seminole county on a change of venue
lroia Ada I'oniotoe county of the
murder of William H. tlray will ban-;
on. October 2tl for his crime unless
the death sentence imposed by tin?
court is commuted to life imprison-
Rodgers Cannot Hope to Complete I .! y Coventor Lee Cruce the
Flight Across Continent In Time to . riM court of appeals having pass-
Win Prize But Hopes to be First to ! lon tlie record in the case Tues-
Make Long Llight. j.jyi ami ne1( in oujnon iy .Judge
Doyle that Davis had a fair and im-
' partial hearing in the lower court.
Kansas City Mo. Oct. 1.-Altlnuh j Kt--i;nK against Davis was very bit-
the lime limit lor winning the Hearst'"" il K')ep(1-V trial was a M'llal one-
... iti1 li'wl umnn tore n n n t m it 1 f n?i n vu
prize of loii.mi for cross-continental r ''
flight expires October 17th Aviator
A - Hl
NO ADVERTISEMENTS FOR THIS COLUMN AMOUNTING TO LESS
THAN ONE DOLLAR WILL BE ACC EPTED UNLESS THE CASH ACCOM-
PANIES THE AD. ADS THAT AMO UNT TO MORE THAN ONE DOLLAit
WILL BE CHARGED TO ANY RESP ONSIBLE PERSON.
WHISKEY FROM BANANAS NOW.
I Two Frenchmen Made a Savory and
Cheap Liquor of the Fruit.
I Maris Oct. II. The Siede announces
jtliat il linn advices that two I'rench-
! men at Saigon Cochin China. hflv-c a
I last succeeded in making i lire whiskey
j from bananas. For the new process
they claim two qualities which will
'appeal to all whiskey drinkers cheap-
rough and- i neN and delicious odor.
tumble debate. Senator J'.ailey at the
conclusion ot his term in the senate
wi 1 r.-'snnie the practice of law.
Among tin- many Important nieas-
uks to come before the coming ses-
sion of congress will be tlie annual
appropriation for the care and main-
tenance of the river ami harbors of
the counlry and the continue-'! prose-
cution of wo i It uixni various water-
ways already started and considera-
tion of new projects for the further
development of waterway transporta-
tion. In i"v of the importance of
tlie subject the coining waterway con-
ventions which will he held during
ti.is tiK.iv.tli oiiiiiiencinu; with the
Lakes tiMlic-flnlf Keep Waterway As-
s iciation which will meet in Chi -.-ago
ti.ler IJ 11 w ill be watched with
urc at intcicst. The tl.inii-- Deeper
Waterways Association wbi. h ton-
templates the huililing of au inland
pa isa'je from Musttn to Florid. i j
liittts in the ' itv of Kicliniond a.. I
Oct. li-il and following closely rtil
tin . he Is of the Ki'liniond eonvon-
'.iill copies the Mhxbsippi River 1 1 il
proveiueiit Association which holds
i's I'IMi convention at Alton Ills.
i loiter I'." I'i'i.
November will iilsu l.e niatked by
a nunibrr nf waterway convention.-'
ehie:' of vvlin II vvid !' the M i:issi ppi-
aniic Inland WaNrwnv Assoi ia
wliiih meet- .it Montgomery
Nov. I1:! and all tno.se gat icr-
of vvaterwav asti iations vei v
v will i.i V e the vv 'i y for the.
' vv a ! i w ay eon v eti ! ion .! them
POLITICS AND POLITICIANS.
Washington reports say Unit early
tluinges will be announced in the
Department of Agriculture.
The city council of llotiham Tex.
has passetl an ordinance that no one
nitty peddle peanuts in the streets un
less he has had both legs amputated.
The trouble between Italy and Tur-
key dales back to 1S7S when with
the making of the treaty concluding
the Uuso-Turkish war the powers
are understood to have agreed to
permit Italy a "latilio penetration of
The town of Tripoli is the terminal
point of Albican caravans bringing to
the west the products of a vast hinter-
land where ostrict feathers Ivory
some gold dust and other African
products are taken. Perhaps tlie most
interesting feature of the town can
be seen in tlie remains of what was
once a triumphant arch erect etl in
honor of Marcus Aurelins in Mil A. 1).
(tray was a well-to-do farmer of Pon-
! totoc county. He had been to Texas
' a. id wiiri driving home overland when
' he was joined by Davis. The latter
after killing Gray hauled the body
about in the tlead man's wagon for
more than three days. Do then threw
j if in a clump of hushes beside the
! road and drove the team and wagon to
J Pauls Valley where he sold them
i Feeling aa'-Unst Davis was very hit-
tcr and a change of venue to Seinin-
j oie county was secured. Within less
than thirty days of the murder Davis
hits been sentenced" to death.
; No appeal was taken to the criminal
Court of appeals but in cases where
the death penalty has 'been imposed
the governor must ask a review of
'the record by the criminal court of
; appeals to determine whether a fair
; and impartial trial had been had. The
j case was submitted to the court Tues
1 .. .. vl. 1.. 1 Mt. .1
I.J.W... wn.... wn. li-1 lie tie!-.. i- l1ay wa fioou passe(1 upon fhe
ni.-nt of the interior will not-consider court finding that the law had been
retaining the federal land ottiee in complied with. Oklahoman
L.ivvtin longer than the lirsit of .Ian '
nary. It is del ern lined to consolidate
all Oklahoma offices with the one '
at Guthrie. This fact 1s learned in ; Conference of Southern Governors to
letter from Samuel Adams acting sec-I . Discuss Cotton Situation
reiai vr to Con " ress nin n 'scot.! Fei ri.v Austin Oct. 11. The conference of
iust received ! southern governors to discuss ways
Mr I erris had written urging that '
the Lavvton office be tontiintevl for at '
least another year if not permanon' j
ly. The amount ot business to
Rodgcrs will attempt lo reach the
He said today "that the glory of be-
ing the llrst aviator to accomplish the
feal. was now his only object in con-
tinuing the trip.
He rented in Overland Park today.
Tomorrow he will continue westward.
TO CLOSE JANUARY
BUSINESS IN STATE DOES NOT
JUSTIFY MAINTENANCE OF SO
WAXThID at once an experienced
salesman. Address K Care of Ard-
W XTE) To stand new j;jey full
blood bull 2 1-2 years old at
Hiir.sj W?on Yard season $2.50
spot cash Itear C P. Hall's big fur-
nit.ire stre. 10-ltn
Wanted To teach you Shorthand
at home. Mall Course in Speneerian
Shorthand $10. Easily learned. Easi-
ly written. Easily read. Selvldge
Business College Adinore Okla.
WANTED To buy all kinds of beer
and whiskey bottles. C. P. Hall.
TO MEET IN MEMPHIS.
V l CP c
all. i e N'.i i .1 i.i 1 iiiv :v. ami
I 'eagres-: w lii. h vv i I meet
'evv Will rl Hotel In Wa
I te. ember ('. 7 ami
The .S jii elile Colll t
S ales vvh cli met tor
ti nil en Monday . at noon
pl o .leuis ot v asl
1 Governor I'laisted of Maine the
i first democrat ie governor that the
' Pine Tree state has had since IS.'iL'
! first became acquainted with the du-
ll ies of governor when he served as
! his lather's secretary at the age of
' fifteen. He is now forty-live years old.
;lli career began in a newspaper ot-
fii e where he receiv ed $1U a week
I He likes to point out that the govern-
01 of Maine lives in a modest hired
ti'iMi.-'ti.-tcii here the distance to Guth-
rie and delays attending the transfer
to that place were urged as reasons
to keep the office in Law ton. The
matter of making final proof says
the rccretary as well as the initia1-
ing entries can be bundled l;irou'-'ii
j the medium of United States tommi -i-
sinners judges and clerks of courts
I el' iril ir tloit nil tvinti in Clilt'li'ie
will be necessitated. The business
left in Oklahoma ho says does not
.lustily the numoious land offices
he retofore maintained.
The consolidation was a! firs' or-
tiered for Nov. 1. That date iias 1 ecu
extended to Jan. 1
NOT IN THE LIST
NEW YORK BASEBALL ENTHU-
SIASTS REMAIN UP ALL NIGHT
TO GET TICKETS.
: ! 1 1 1 1
of the I'niiel
has before it
a mount tot he w oi hi
hi Itig p.'.isiness. The court this year
i- ci n : routed with ipute a forniiilable
'!!'! .! case- -be dm Uet inil. eating
in original c .ise.s to be
n ii ' i mired and eev em y
pealed troin couits be
ket o!' tin' S;lplcine
I) iiee.ini ng more i inn
because of 'he niulti
I '-.Hd an
I i 1 1 ; .a-
I oai I i
:" .1 new
Judge Peter S. Groscup of the T'nit-
id States Circuit Court vv lio resigned;
a lew days ago is credited with the
desire to succeed I'llited States Sena-!
tor Shelby Culloni of Illinois in the
in .! coiigresn. He is regarded as a;
progressive republican in politics and j
favors the repeal of the Sherman ant;-
tiust act which he says if logically'
enforced would forbid two grocers on i
oppof-ite corners of the street forming
; co-;ai t aership to save expenses audi
which oartially enforced put the in-
du -tries of the land at the mercy not
o the law hp.t of the officers of the
New York Oct. 12. One thousand
baseball enthusiasts stormed the Nat-
ional League quarters here today af
tcr being in line all night to buy
world's championship series
The crowd rushed the police off
their feet hats were lost and coats
torn off and the floor littered with
shredis of torn clothing.
and means to prevent a further red tie
tion of the j rice of cotton will not be
held at Dallas as Governor Colqui't
had boped for. A telegram was today
received from Governor Mann of Vir-
ginia saying that Dallas was too far
away. Governor Noel of Mississippi
also wired tlie governor that in view
ol the strike situation in his state
be would not like to go no far away
from home and would suggest Mem-
phis or New Orleans.
Governor Hooper of Tennessee was
heard from for the Srst time and in-
dorsed heartily the plan and suggested
thai the meeting be held at Memphis.
Governor Mann also suggested Mem-
phis or Atlanta while Governor Noel
preferred .Memphis. In view' of their
at itude in the matter. Governor Col-
quitt will call the meeting for Mem-
phis or New Orleans mot likely
Memphis as it seems to be the fav-
orite. Tlie exact date of tlie meeting as
well as the meeting dace will not be
agreed tion iinMl Friday and will be
then announced muco tlie meeting
v i.l not be held in Texas Governor
Colquitt who has taken charge of the
matter will hardly call it before Oct.
; 2 4. since he will find it necs-siiry to
' go to it. directly from El Paso where
in- will be on Oct. 20 for the statehood
; celebration and could not reach there
The meeting may take a larger
scope than was at. Prst planned. II
thus been suggested that the hankers
tickets l "an reju esentiu iv t's oi me winners oi j
1 the South also be invited lo attend the !
FOR SALE Second-hand lumber
doors and windows. ."01! C St. X.
W. on car line. Adolph Louis. 12-J
FOR SALE A line Red SqiiirreTTial-
lion (from Kentucky). For further
information see AY. A. Murphy 1215
Hargrove St. Ardniore Okla. 12-12t
FCk SALE AT A 13A1.GAIN A good
seven-room house with two large
corner lots located 303 Wolverton
St. X. W. corner 4th Ave. Here
is a splendid bargain as we have
moved a.way from Ardniore and
want to dispose of the place. Must
be sold at once. Address; E. A.
Everton Lavvton Okla. S-5t
enough timber for firewood. It is a
bargain. See me on place nr v. p.
Poland In Ardniore. J. A. Carroll.
FOR RENT Five room residence
c'.tse in opposite Elks' Hall on X.
Washington St. Every modern con-
venience. Phone c;r call Moran
FOR RENT Furnished room one
block from business section of
Main St. modern convenience. Ap-
ply W. II. liyrd's Tailor Shop dm;
I WANT TO RENT a 3 or 4 room
house with one or two icrrs oil
land clo.-e iivprefci' southe-ist Ard-
ooro. Address -125 C street south-
east City. ii).
FOR REXT 0-room concrete bun-
galow Stanley Rlvel. S. W. See W-lit
Frankliu Pione 311 or DJ3. !'tf
FOR REXT Nicely furnished 3-room
residence modern throughout do
sirable neighborhood Z'XA G. street
southwest. See Dr. D. G. John.-on
or Phone CS1 or 161. St r
FOR SALE A well improved farm ef
ISO acres 75 in c uitivation 2 1-2
miles X. W. of Ardmore. W. M.
TAKE A DARE I double-dog dare
anybody tc make me a cash offer
on my Ardmore property. Ste Har-
old Wallace at Ardniore State Bank.
L. C. Lesure. 5-ini
FOR REXT Nicely furnished room
7th Avenue and P. Street north-
west. Mrs. Sam Noble. 4tf
WILL STAND my full blood Vs year
eld Jersey bull at Hall's wagon yard
in rear of C. P. Hall's furniture store
on Caddo Street. Fhone 366. Seaso-i
$2.50 spot cash. d&w
FOR SALE One pair large mules
very cheap at Anderson & Hart-
nitt Stable. ' 4tf
I SELL AND KENT TYPEWRITERS
and handle ribbons carbon paper
oil etc. G. P. Selvldge. Phone 310.
LOST AND FOUND.
PLENTY OF MONEY to loan on city
property business and dwelling
houses; long time low rates; also
to build homes. Apply now. O. M.
Redfield. Phone 9t. 24-1 ni
FOUND Near Cth Avenue and D
Street northwest bunch of keys.
Pay for ad and get them at Arei-
moreite. 1 1-?
NICE FARM I off- my home and
farm 2 miles west ol Aramore for
sale; consisting of 123 acres about
7." In cultivation new 5-room resi-
dence hall and porches large barn
good tii'js and sheds one acre in
orchard 3-room new tenant house
and crib at tenant house; all
fenced with new four-wire galvan-
ized wire and cross-fenced; only
200 yards from Plainvievv school
house. Mostly black prairie land.
TAKEN UP Two black pigs about
two months old owner can have
same by proving property paying
for this notice and for their keep.
Fred "Winans 22 Moore street
southeast. - lC-3t
Remember Carter County's exhibit
of farm products in the Doak Building
Saturday October 14.
Phone No. 9 and our insurance so-
licitor will call upon you.
11-3 C. E. FRALEY.
will very likely
kith of thee classes
he asked to partici-
i ;i I -es b
; ::'! t be nil
' t rne v s tn i -en ;
' -in' n.-. ' 'u-ir i
nig breilglit before
e pi em ulgat eii i ins
epeil!'.e : i " : i 1 1 ' -has
been ! - v
I vv ii boiii s e:u h in
ral arguments. A
ln;i ion: v
oi' I lie hi vv el's w bo pract ii
ie i onrt use their tin:
( iliv er Tw ist ar.u tor moil
in -v rule w il' limit the time ;il
lowed io each attorney to one hour
instead of two and the result is ex-
pected to expetlite the presentation of
ui'is and to make greater headway
low. nil the clearance of the docket.
Among the more important cases to
be heard before the Supreme Court
at the coming term will be the attack
upon the constitutionality of tlie ini-
iarvo and referendum law of the state
oi Washington which at'ack wax in-
stituted by the Pacitle Coast Tele-
phone company. AYhile apparently of
a local character this ase js -; wjje
HYDE TELLS OP
OFFERS OF BRIBE
SAYS DEPUTY MARSHAL OFFER-
ED TO "HANG" H!S JURY FOR
FIFTEEN HUNDRED DOLLARS.
K.i n '.is t'itv. Mo. t)t. 12. An afti
i.ut. sinned bv Ii llvde in which
ie . narm d that m-paty Co.inty Ma-.
rv C. Hoffman told him tha'
OREGRON FIRST SHIPiTWENTY-THREE INCHES
INTO PANAMA CANAL OF SNOW FELL THERE
Twenty-sixth Annual .Meeting of the
October 14th to 29th
TAFT MAKES PROMISE TO PEO-
PLE OF OREGON TELLS THFM
OF VALUE OF CANAL.
Salem. Ore. Oct 1 2.--Addrej. sin g a
'crowd which thronged the court houno
here today Taft promised that the bat-
tleship Oregon would be the tirst ves-
sel to pass through the canal if he
had the power to arrange it.
He saitl the canal would double) the
efficiency of the American navy.
TIL EGRAPH AND TELEPHONE
WIRES THROUGHOUT MON-
TANA ARE PROSTRATED.
-n.il II. i
Anicoinla Mont. Oct. 12. Twenty-
three inches of snow fell here up t'
m'dnight last night juos-t rating tele-
graph ami telephone wires in all di-
rections I'he streets here are impassable.
Uutte is completely cut off from
vviie connection with the outside
Yeiiczuela's congress will meet in j
j extraordinary session next Sunday to j
consider financial ami other questions i
I It is generally believed that th 1 rin-1
Hyde's application fori..... nhif(.t nf th.. siwelal session will
be the consideration of the question
of the establishment of a bank by
Pre n h capitalists ami distribute the
na tonal revenue.
:ic could "bang'" tl:" llli'V
in the fi:t trial ami for $ '..nou coul.l
s. -c.v ;i4'u::ia! w is in'roducod at
I'ae lle.iliiif of
ei i-'o: s - oila v.
1 1 ill bu-.ness ; rodnces a sharp ap-
Spanish newspapers both in Madrid
and Havana are making hot attacks
against the work on the wreck of the
battleship Maine declaring It to be a
failure. They allege that the Ameri-
cans are cutting away the wreckage
with a view to concealing- the real
truth aliout the explosion.
Sixteen Days of .
Aeroplane Flights by J. A. D.McCurdy and others
Grand Opera Entertainments in Coliseum
Herbert A. Kline's Midway Shows
Thaviu's Famous Russian Band
Kaces Kaces Races
More Exhibits Greater Premiums
Special rates and special trains on all railroads
Don't miss it-COME
E. J. K1EST President SYDNEY SMITH Secretary
tiiuler a guarantee of money back if!an injury to a. few a soo-1 banking I "and consider it the best o the mr J I I hcpworn. ' f looTt tw tie face of & man i trW
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