The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 188, Ed. 1 Monday, May 13, 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 MAY 13 1912
We have some st. k;iug
Linen Voiles and Litis n Lre sses
val lies and unquestionable styles i.i
We are showing many late arrivals natural oyster white
leather copeu and rose iu both crash and plain J.'men. There's
a newness coupled with a strong value in these Dresses you
can't alTord to miss. New models i:i great variety of Linens and
Corduroy at $5.75 $6.50 $7.50 $9.75 up to $20.00
Lingerie and Voile
If you want to avoid the ordinary home-made appearance and still
economize we are prepared to give you style satisfaction and com-
fort to your purse. Within the past few weeks we've received many
new ideas at popular prices. Pretty. smart styles that 'are differ-
ent priced in keeping with the times.
Voiles Lingerie pjijue bright new models some neat and plain.
others elaborate at $5.00 $5.73 $6.75 $7.75 $9.75 $11.75
$1250 to 25.00
New Wash Skirts
In Thinking ofRytoTfoar
Garments You Cant Afford
Not to Think of
Keep Cool With the B. V. D.
Cooper's White Cat Kloscd Krocth Union Suits
Knee Length Short Sleeves also Full Length and Long Sleeves
in Knit Goods Muslin Swasatee and other Materials at
50c 75c $1.00 $1.50 $2.00 mid $2.50
THESE PRICES ALSO APPLY TO COOPER'S TWO-PIECE SUITS
Reduced Clothing Prices Still Prevail
Bargains in Shirts and Hosiery Continue
IN FULL RETREAT
FEDERALS VICTORIOUS IN THREE
DAYS' FIGHTING ABOUT CONE-JO.
SIX HUNDRED REBELS DEAD
Orozco's Army Sutains Disastrous
Defeat in Battle With Large Body
of Federals Under the Mexican
New Orleans La. May 13.
The weather forecast tor Ok-
lahoma for tonight and Tues-
day is unsettled with ihoaers.
For Kansas and Missour'
tt fair tonight with probable
nrhf frost in the extreme
e " "
if OR SIX-YEAR TERM
SENATE COMMiTTEE FAVORABLE
TO WORKS RESOLUTION Ml
NORITY FOH FOUR YEARS.
Notice to You.
Anonymous articles sent to us for
publication in The Ardmoreite w
hereafter receive no consideration
The auChor's name Ml'ST accompany
the article but will not toe published
if bo desired. This applies to pu-
pils and teachers alike with regard
to school affairs especially also
to local affairs and articles for the
Washington D. C -May 1.'!. The
senate judiciary committee today de-
cided to report favorably the Wors
resolution restricting the presidential
tenure of office to a single term ol
six years. A minortry report favor-
ing a single term of four years will
also be made.
Oro.co's Headquarters J'miney
Mexico May ):!. (leneial Orozco re
tired to .limine today ninety miles
north of Conejos. The artillery duel
yjsterday ilid comparatively little
damage. Casualties were. few. It i-
reported today that the rebels have
checked the advance of the federals
ffghting on the desent plains 300
miles .south or the American border j
between a fowe of rebels under Gen. j
.Orozco and an equally strong body of
federals under Clen. Huerta resulted
today In a decided advantage to it he :
The fighting began at daybreak and
at nightfall the sandy mesas botween
here and Vermo fourteen miles
north here the Inaiir. ..etos wire J
gradually forced back mere covered I
(With dead and wounded.
Nearly 5d(( are ibelieved to have I
been killed and wounded on both j
A (Courier reported that On. Trucy
Attbert the dashing federal command-
er had been shot; in the leg.
The rebels abandoned ten cannons
and much ammunition in their retreat.
AT THE WHITTINGTON
PROMINENT LOVE COUNTY CITI-
ZEN SEEKS TO SETTLE DIFFER-
ENCE OF OPINION WITH GUN.
Orozco's Aide Attacked.
'Chihuahua. May 13. Two unknown
men stabbed (ionzalo Knrile. Oro?.-
co's right hand man and fled be-
lieving him dead. They were pro'
ably K)litical enemies. It is be-
lieved that Knrile will recover.
Clen. .loauln Tellez w ho had been j
stationed in the rear of Huerta s van-
guard at noon was sent around to
the eastward to flank it he rebel and
cut ofr their retreat. Tonight fede-
ral headquarters claim the rebels ar
completely surrounded and ithat the
second day of the fighting will prov
The tow-n. only yesterday occupied
by the vanguard of the rebels wan
riddled with bullets when the federals
galloped into it ill s-in' e'. Over thP
foothill to the north the insunec-
tos could be seen retreating.
lien. Huerta considers it probable
however ithat the rebels will make
j their last stand at Escalon their een-
' tral base fourteen miles to the north
! .where they have built fortifications
I and trenches In the last fortnight.
It was the steady artillery fire of
the government troops that dislodged
Orozco is Reported Dead.
!...... tr VI ITnrfflifl:ll I'll
mors are persistent here that C.en-1 tne "enemy. The aim of the federal
Frost in Kansas Today.
Topeka Kan. May in. There was
a light frost in the two northern tiers
of Kansas counties this morning.
oral Orozco - is dead having been
killed by his own men.
At the Federal Front Conejo. Mex-
ico May 13. Burning bridges behind
them Orozco's rebels continued their
retreat northward before General Hu-
prtn's federals today. The latter
r..novi ii-na true Thev began to
shell the rebel positions at' daybreak.
For a time the lnsiirrectors fired
in volleys and seven federal officers
were wounded. Only a fe hours how-
ever ithey withstood the cannonading
and soon began to evacuate their po-
.. .... -! o ! ttz lnu throa riavs' '. n.an ToTu. arrived at night
were iv lii nnn n 1 . . ... ... . biuuuo j. u . .- .
fighting in this section. Bridges fall wah 1300 men in the valley be-
si.anning the wide arroys by tne m- hind Conejos where the vanguard of
1 1 1 V. . . nnrl I . . 1 .1
isurgents nave neiayeu mo i-uc . reueis gaiiuereu.
It is expected lhat IhHIi sides will
I lie .busy with their wounded and that
Tornado Plate Glass
If there is anything in the theory that
'cne extreme follows another." look out
for tornadoes and windstorms in 1912.
Anchor your property to a tornado poli-
J. C. KING & CO.
Post Office Building Telephone No. 224
here will be no fighting today.
The rebels are believed to have lost
1 i..n.u.ui LIM...1 ami wounded.
I 1 '
At the Federal Front Conejos Mex-
ico May 12. Twelve hours of brisk
MONEY TO LOAN
Not Much Rut Sob
Mot Cheap. Rut Good
Farm loaas Oaly
Potior! Bldtf. M. D. SMITH
DANIELS OF 'JOtlEY
to loan quicklr on farm property any-
whereinOklihoma. Kesnotmb'.e rates
and terms. Write me.
OlllI W. AMDIRTOM
Postal Tel. Bldg. Ardmore.Okla.
As they retreated the Liberals de-
stroyed several bridges but the fede-
rals are equipped with pontoons and
will not be seriously affected.
Knthusiasm in the federal camp is
Intense. "Word reached here that Tor-
reon is celebrating the victory with
street parades and music.
(iu.'sts at the Whittlngton hotel
were startled ahoitly after 2 o'clock
yesterday afternoon by the firing
of a number of shots In one of the
rooms upon the main guest floor.
'hief of Police Itraxiel who was
in the Canton restaurant opposite
the hotel at the time ran out upon
hearing '.he shooting. Sherman Joines
who was standing near the restau-
rant had. located the place of shoot-
ing by the powder smoke which was
drifting Irom the w'indow of the
room wherein the shooting occurred.
Me pointed the place out to the
chief who immediately crossed the
street and ran to the room. Here
he found J. C. Washington and Cal
Stewart iu a desperate struggle for
the iKissession of a gun. Stewart
was bleeding from a flesh wound in
one of his legs lloth men were al-
most exhausted when the officer ar-
rived. It see!;' that Washington had come
iu from the Washington ranch in
Murray -ounty on Saturday evening
and registered at the "Whltttngton.
Stewart who Is also a ranchman of
Love' rounty arrived in the city from
j Oklahoma City on the 1:13 .SanU
' Fe Sunday afternoon and also reg-
j istered at the Whltttngton. Meeting
j him on the second floor of the hotel
i shortly after his arrival. Wasbing-
I ton pulled his gun a .3S on a .43
' frame and began firing. Stewart
I who is the more powerful of the
two grappled wlfth Washington and
endeavored to wrest the gun from
him. In the struggle for the posses-
sion of the weapon one of the bullets
discharged Inflicted a slight flesh
wound in one of Stewart's legs.
"When Chief of Police Braziel burst
into the room Washington had suc-
ceeded in getting the gun raised and
had fired two more shots both of
which however went wild.
Hoth parties belong to very prom-
inent families. Neither of them cared
to discuss the matter. "Washington
was placed under arrest and turned
over to Sheriff Buck Garrett. The
amount of his bond will be fixed
some time this i afternoon.
HIGH CLASS DENTISTRY
AT MODERATE PRICES
tt l use only the best grade of tS
It materials in all my work. I tt
K will do for you as good work tt
tt as it would be possible for you
tt to obtain anywhere and for
tt le.-a money than you would
tt have to pay elsewhere. I
tt sterilize every instrument be
lt fore using it so you run no ti
risk of infection. I use every
rational method known to the
Dental Profession for the pre-
vention of pain. I uncondition-
ally guarantee every piece of
work I do to give perfect sa'js-
faction. Children's temporary
teeth extracted free.
DR. R. C. CONINE
Office Over Rawlins' Furniture
Store. 10a2 Main Street.
Now i the time to get rid of VO'tr
rheumatism. You can do it by ap-
plying Chamberlain's Liniment and
massaging the parts freely at each
application. For sale by all dealers.
Get the Habit
OF USING QUALITY
Gilliam & King
Kill and Feed their own
cattle. They can serve
you bent in Meats
Telephone No. 66
is an important Item. The
storm period for the year is
here. Our policies protect you
against wind storms fire bur-
glars and plate glass breakage.
We also write bonds.
Some nice houses for sale or
Frdley Real Estate and
Postal Dldg. North Washington
'Stilt in tht Ring"
Ani Afttt You
Bij M ol Honey lost
if you don't look good and see
the biR Home outfitter for Her-
rick refrigerators freezers fil-
ters coolers summer if as cook
stoves charcoal ironing; fur-
naces go carts art squares
matting bicycles and kitchen
Wa swap repair rent store
pack ship and buy.
Some down and easy pay-
ments. No rent to pay and sell is
Just three blocks op Caddo
The Big Green House
C. P. HALL
I Inspect my loans
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Easley, John F. The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 188, Ed. 1 Monday, May 13, 1912, newspaper, May 13, 1912; Ardmore, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc145864/m1/1/: accessed December 13, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.