The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 128, Ed. 1 Monday, March 4, 1912 Page: 1 of 8
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THE ARDMOREITE IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN SOUTHERN OKLAHOMA RECEIVING THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS SERVICE
ARDMORE OKLAHOMA. MONDAY EVENING MARCH I 1912
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HOUSE RULE COMMITTEE ARS
MORE OF MISTREATME'I BY
SOLDIERS AT LAWRENde
HOT AN AMERICAN CIT
Samuel Lipsom Tells House Comml
tee That Treatment at Lawrence
Was Worse Trran Received From
Washington I). C Mar. L Sannel
Lipsom a member of the i .iwreii
(ommittee today tod tiie ho.;-e nil.
u.mmittee that he did not b .-onie
iin American citizen becaue he .uiJ
to spend the Jo.OO necessary for nat-
uralization paper in buying shoes
lor his children.
A representative questioned him
(losely. 'When he tried to get his
children away from Lawrence to
some quiet place" Lipsom said "the
soldiers knocked his children down
and acted worse than Russian Cos-
sacks. One Syrian boy was stabbed
to dea-a by a soldier."
District Court Adjourns.
The January term of the District
Court adjourned Saturday. Clerk
llaynie says the docket was well
cleared up all motions and like char-
acter of business being disposed of.
The docket for the April term bids
lair to be a very heavy one.
Death of Infant.
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
John L. Pickens died at Marsden yes-
terday. Interment will be at Gordon ceme-
t rv this afternoon.
Chamherlain"s Cough Remedy has
won its great reputation and exten-
sive sale by its remarkable cures of
coughs colds and croup. It can be
depended upon. Try it. Sold by all
Arrah-Na-Pogue Majestic Myjay.
BARRELS OF MONEY
to loan quickly on farm property my-
una terms. Write me.
OLUE W. ANDERTON
Postal Tel. Bids. Ardmorc (kU.
I Inspect my lloan??-
MONEY TO LOAN
Not Much But Some
Not Cheap. But Good
Farm loam Only
Potlorf BldiL M. D. SMITH
Gilliam & King
CAN StRV YOl
Fresh Meats and Cheap
THEY SELL GOODS-NO!
The New and Second Hand
pays cash or swaps new goods
for old stuff. We crate ship
and store goods. I have renled
the new Fraley Brick to keep
stored goods and we carry the
insurance for you without ex-
tra cost to you. WE DO IT
CHEAPER is our Motto. Get
receipts from our Bonded Trad-
ers and Collectors as that's
business on your part and "we
are here to do the rest.
Don't forget to get a Deco-
rated China Premium at our
store with each $3.00 cash col-
lection. No tents to pay and that's
C. P. HALL Phone 366
JURY TELLS COURT THEY'RE
SATISFIED "CLAIMANT" IS NOT
NOT SURE KIMMEL IS DEAD
ourt Instructs Jury That Question
to 8 Decided is Whether Kimmel
Was Dead When the Suit Was
St. Ixsuis Mo.. Mih. 4. The jury
J in the Kimmel case reported today
that it had a-u . .-l that the claimant
I i.3 not George A Kimmel but that it
had not agreed ti;at Kimmel was
jdead in 1904 when the present suit
Judge Araidon then be;un instruct-
ing the jury auw.
Ha told the jury that the question
of whether Kimmel was dead when
the suit was filed must be decided.
I'nless Kimmel is dead he instruct-
ed the plaintiff was not entitled to
PLAYERS SIGNING CONTRACTS.
brail Brings In Contracts of
Every mail is bringing iu the sign-
ed contracts or' the ball players who
will play here this season.
.Manager MeAvoy today received
the contract of "Rube" Towers who
statte j the season here last sptin
bin later "jumied' the team anu
played independent hail in Texas-".
"Sis" H'j;kius who spent the winter
in this cit. today signed his con-
tract. The contract of Robert Jackson an
Inrielder was received today. He it.
a brother of George Jackson of the
Ikiston Nationals who recommended
him to MeAvoy.
Joe Gardner of the Dallas team has
offered .MeAvoy a third baseman and
a catcher; the latter he says is a bet-
ter man than Harry Williams whom
ho sent here last year
Ourant Signing Players.
Although IHirant has not yet se-
cured a manager. Secretary Head of
the Dtirant team is going ahead sign-
ing up players and already has sev-
era! m-u under contract and the
piomi.-e of others. Second l'.useman
Killing and Outfielder liol-t.rom will
likely be the only members of last
year's team to be with the Educators
FOR THE WEEK
WEATHER MAN PROMISES GRAD-
UAL REACTION TO NORMAL
TEMPERATURE THIS WEEK.
Washington Mar. There is noth-
ing to indicate that a cold wave will
c; oss the country (this week accord-
ing to the weekly weather bulletin.
"There will be" says the bulletin
"a general though gradual reaction to
normal temperatures over the region
east of the Rock Mountains Tuesday
and Wednesday and moderate tem-
peratures thereafter until the close
of the week. A disturbance that now
covers the West and Southwest will
advance slowly eastward with sno.v
and rain in the Middle and Xort'.i-
wes'ern States east of the Rocky
Mountains during the net several
days. The next disturbance to rroa
the country will appear in the Pa"
W'es: Thursday and Friday and pre-
vail over the Middle West at t tr-
end of the week."
County Commissioner Meet.
j The County Commissioners m t
this afternoon in regular monthly
A number of bill were allowed anl
I some regular routine business trans
IN Bib Hlltl
ONLY NINE COUNTIES TO HEAR
FROM MANAGERS CLAIM BIG
MAJORITY IN STATE.
Oklahoma City. Ok. Mch. With
only nine counties with small del-
egations to hear from of tin sixty-eight
counties iu Oklahoma which held ei-
ther count y conventions or precinct
caucuses on Saturday there is every
(Judication diiat Roosevelt will win
with ease in the j-tate contention
to be held in Ci'thrie on March 11.
Thirty-two counties hate instructed
for Roosevelt with a total of L'.:7 del-
egate volts while only r.i have ;u
structcd for Tuft villi IJ7 delegates
and til votes in civ.lit couinhs are
either uninstritcted or (livided eiiinl!y
between Uoosevelt and Tail. Nine
have not reported and eight counties
will hold caucuses this week.
There will be delegates in the
state convention requiring 272 to se-
cure instructions of which Roosevelt
alreadv has 2"7 instructed. His man
agers claim 'iS of the tC uninstructed
and divided delegates. I'nder the of-
ficial call ot the state chairman the
county conventions are to be held
next Tuesday and it was believed
it would require the county conven-
tions to determine the sentiment as
between the president and his pre-
decessor but the Roosevelt supHrt-
ers went into the precinct caucuses
on Saturday with a determination to
cinch it for the sage of Sagamore
at the first opportunity.
To Increase Mexican Army.
City of Mexico. March ?. A call to
arms for the defense of the consti-
tuted Government by the patriotic
people of 'Mexico is the gist of a leng-
thy open letter addressed by Presi-
dent Madero to "my fellow-citizens"
through the press of the capital to-
night. In it Madero reviews the jiolitical
situation at length. A serious con-
dition of affairs in many parts of the
country is admitted. The people are
reminded of the opportunity to sup-
port the Government by enlisting in
the ranks of the regular army of the
HEARST DEMURS TO
TO THE ENTIRE TWENTY-THREE
CHARGES OF SLANDER AND
LIcjEL AND ASKS DISMISSAL.
Omaha N'eb. Mar. a.--William Ran-
dolph I'.eaisi Saturday filed a demur-
tei iii I'nited States court to Hie
Miii for IDo.UUU instituted again--'
him some time ago by ex-Goverin;;"
C. N. Haskell ol Oklahoma as tic
o itgrowth ol charges made by Hearst
during the last presidential election
Tne demurrer is to the entire tweti-l-hrer
chuges of slander and lihei
.lated in Haskell's petition ami u sK a
that tic case be dismissed on the
gi omuls of insufficient cause of ac-
tion. On a similar demurrer the court
some months ago dismissed a $tiiiinni
suit which reduced the amount askci
for by Haskell to $ iDu.iUm.
If the demurrers are not sustained
the case will come to trial at the
present term of court.
Arraii-Na-Pogue Majestic Mon-Jay.
Arrah-Na-Pogue Majestic ivionaay.
Where To Get
What You Order
IE DON'T SUBSTITUTE
Will C. Scrivner
Tb Ip-To-Now Grocer
Telephone - - 253
Ur I Ht bHANU JIM
WILL R EPORT AT MINEOLA LONG
ISLAND WEDNESDAY FOR JURY
Uitieoki I.. 1 .Mar. I - Refusing to
"iiiii v- j'liwii intuitu nun I Mil- 11
I.- an officer of the militia he might
have done so Theodore Roosevelt
"as today elected foreman of the
giaiiii jury ill the supreme court here.
He motored over from Oyster I lay
i ill lie was excused on account uf
engagement and will report here as
mi y tut i iiui M W'eduesdav.
nOOSEVELT SUPPORTER INVAD-
ES THE LAFOLLETTE STRONG-
HOLD IN NORTHWEST.
Valley City N. i Mar. I .--Giffoni
I'inciuu arrived here today to speak
lor Roo?evelt's candidacy. This town
is a l.al'olletie stronghold. Slpport-
i.rs of l.a I'ollette presented the fol-
lowing questions to answer from the
platform "floes Roosevelt recogniz."
that there is a money trust that holds
I he mortgage shackled farmer a
slave?" "'Has he investigated the
panic of Hit" during his adtninistia-
lion which cost' the farmers mil-
lions'."' "Does he mean that Wall
S; ree people or the laboring people
COMPLAINT FILED AGAINST SAN-
TA FE AND OTHER OKLAHOMA
Washington f). (.'. Mar. 1. The
Oklahoma traffic association today
tiled complaint with the interstate
commerce commission alleging that
the Santa Fe and one hundred and
seven other railroads exacted exces-
sive rates on iron and steel articles
from eastern points.
Favorable to Pitney.
Washington I). C Mar. 4. Tli"
sena e judiciary committee today or-
dered a favorable report on the nom-
ination of Mablon Pitney of New
Jersev to be associate justice of
: he supreme court.
Arrah Na-Pogue Majestic Monday
EVADES THE LAW
AFTER BEING LEGALLY OUSTED
FROM STATE OF TEXAS. STILL
FIGHTING TO RETAIN CONTROL.
j St. Louis Mar. ".--Charges that the
! atet s-l'ier e company has by a
I siititei nme continued its business in
Texas after having been legally oils'-
i ed from that state an l that the com-
I pauy is being made to pay the ex-
i penses of H. Clay Pierre's present
I fight to retain control of it were
I made I'riilay by Charles M. Adams
fosiner secretary and treasurer of
: tiie company in his testimony before
Special Commissioner McDonald
j Adams is one of three men sup-
I ported by the Rockefeller interests.
I who owns till ler cent 01 the Pierce
i company and are suing to compel
1 their installation as directors follow-
ing the election of February -ir a"
which votes cast for them were dis-
regarded. Attorneys sought 'o secure from
Adams the fact that while Standard
Oil was trying to evade a court o-
1 der the Pierce company has itself
accomplished tlmil" (practices in
TexH. Adams relatM the manner
I in which ne said the company ban
continued to do bunlness since the
I ouster under the name of the Piexct'-
REPORTED BATTLE AT RANCH
AT LAS PALOMAS NEAR COL-
UMBUS NEW MEXICO.
Lieuterrant Hill and Squad of Soldiers
Rushed to Scene of Reported Bat-
tie on Last Saturday at Columbus
l-'.l I'aso Tex. Mar. 1 Colonel
Sleever today dispatched IJeutetiatl'.
Hill ol tiie 22nd Infantry and a squad
ol soldiers to Columbus . M to
investigate the reMirt that American
cowboys and Mexican rebels 'clashed
Saturday at a ranch at l.as Palomas.
thirty miles from Columbus on the
Mexican side of the line.
Meagre reports of the battle at
Chihuahua are being" received here.
The attacking force is said to be in
lointnand of General Oro.co w ho re-
cctith deserted Madero and joined
the rebel forces.
Numerous and of all colors ages
and sexes were the 'wrong doers in
Municipal court this morning.
Three sons of Africa were fined $ir
each for mistaking coal in transit in
the railroad yards for their own.
One negro youth belonging to the
Smith family will pay the city $10
fir riding freight trains without right
permission or money.
Another negro named Griffin re-
sented liis stepfather's right to send
him to another hay pile. 'When the
removal of his person and personal
belongings were insisted upon by the
Stepfather he pulled a gun of the
bulldog pattern on the old man and
told him to hike. The gun falling
to fire was all that saved the re-
spected s-ter parent from becoming
the owner of etherical wings. Fine
A damsel of color from the Ten-
derloin district was arrested for mov-
ing into a house without first secur-
ing permission of the owner. She will
have a hearing later.
Last Salaries Until July.
The various county officers will
draw their salaries when the same is
ullowed by the county commissioners
for the month of February.
This will exhaust the funds now set
aside for salaries and no further mon-
ies for this purpose will be available
Arrah-Na-Pogue Majestic Monday.
OKLAHOMA REAL ESTATE
The way to prosperity is to
buy Oklahoma Farm Lands.
Tracts of 40 to 500 acres in a
hodv. at prices ranging from
110 CO to $10 00 per acre will
grow Alfalfa. Corn Cotton and
Oats. ALSO FARM LOA NS.
J. E McCARTY
HOUSTON HAS JUST HAD A TEN
MILLION DOLLAR FIRE
It may be your home next. Are
you protected against such a loss?
J. C. KING & CO.
Post Office Building Telephone No. 224
Live StocK Bonds
(STRIKE OF MINERS
I FACTORY AFTER FACTORY ALL
THROUGH THE UNITED KING-
DOM CLOSED DOWN TODAY.
E NO COI SUPPLY
BeSide the Mill'on Miners on Strike
j Two Hundred Thousand Workers
i jn Other Lines Have Been Forced
I t0 Qut
London Mch. 4. Factory after fac-
tory all over the I'nited Kingdom
closed down today as a result of the
strike of the coal miners.
Resides the one million coal strik-
ers who are off duty two hundred
thousand workers in other industries
are idle as a result of the coal miners
Coal rrying vessel unable to
get a car-to have discharged their
The strike leaders are merely mark-
ing time when negotiations are ex-
pected to be resumed.
One feature of the strike which is
the greatest in Great Britain's his-
tory is the absence of any disoredrs
in the affected districts.
French Miners May Strike.
Paris Mch. 4. Tho coal miners of
France may join the Knglish miners
in the present strike. French miners
have demanded reforms and if these
are not firthcoming a strike may be
ordered for March 13.
ffeoroi'.iosyte ?shrd shr shr shr sh.
Arrah-Na-Pogje Majestic Monday.
To My Customers and Friends.
The rumor has become current triar.
I am preparing to move my drug
store to Oil City. Such is not th"
case. . I am moving a portion of my
stock there to make room here for
a new soda fountain which I will in-
stall and will establish a branch
hotisn in Oil City. My stock will re-
main here and I will operate my store
here and give the people the best
service as usual.
H. FRED S XI DER.
Arrah-Na-Pogue Majestic Monday.
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service. Goods Called for and
delivered. Special club rates.
W. DAN LANFORD.
At Leeds Woolen Mills phone 71
Tornado Plate Glass
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