The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 279, Ed. 1 Friday, August 16, 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. FRIDAY EVENING AUGUST Hi 1912
DISTRICT ATTORNEY WANTS
'GVP THE BLOOD" AND "LEFT.'
POST CARD SENT TO WEBER
Card Mailed From Methuen. Msss
cliuscUfc P v?d to Be From t:';
Much.Soug'?"9ster A Specia'
Term 0f Court.0''
New York A-V. . Di- '
toirey Whitman s:i il today li. y
didn't want to stait the mtml'T t.
of the Rosenthal cases until ai. r i:
officers had captured Harry ller''o-
v.ltz alias "Gyp the Blood" and Louie
Kosenwelg alias 'Lefty Louie." g-n
men for whom detectives are n -s-'eurching
at Methuen Mass.
A tell-tale post card to "Brid-'b'
Weber sent from Methuen Mass.
believed to be from Rosenweig.
Tne cases will probably be tried
an extraordinary session of the su-
The district attorney also wants to
bear the testimony of Sam Schepp
who Is now being brought here frnti'
Hot Springs Ark. beforo the gram!
jury files indictments against the al
leged murderers of Rosenthal. Whit-
man expects Schepps' testimony tr
further strengthen the case. Schepps
will probably reach here tomorro"
and will go before Jhe grand jnr
Tuesday unless In the meantime lie
disappoints the expectation? of the
MISSOURIAN CHARGES LOOSE
AND DANGEROUS PRACTICES
ASTOUNDING CONDITIONS THERE
To Preside at Trial.
Albany N. Y.. Aug. 13. Governor
T)ix has designated Justice John V-
Gnff to preside at the extraordinary
session or the supreme court of New-
York. September 3rd for the trial of
the alleged slayers of Herman Rosen
Steel Tariff Fails.
Washington. D. C. Aug. 16. An
attempt to pass the steel tariff bill
over the president's veto lost In
The senate today 39 to 32.
GLOBE Laundry Phone 10
GLOBE Laundry.. Phone 10.
New Art Squares. lpbolstered
Davenports Cnlfold ami Ward-
robes Linoleum Kitchen Cab-
inets Iron lieds Ironing Fur-
We store pack ship repair and
swap cheaper titan our Main
Street would-be competitors
We have no tents to pay and
can and will do It cheapest. We
sell everything from kitchen tc
pallor. Overstocked on lots o(
thinas. He wise and give us a
The Complete Home Outfitter.
"Third and Caddo Sts.
Turkeys Hens and
Chairman of House Committee Dis-
covers That Department Expended
More Than Appropriations and
Used Money Improperly.
Washington. D. C Aug. lti.
('bulges of he.se and dangerous prac-
tices in the i;iie department's ex-
penditures of ii; secret emergency
fund were renewed in a formal report
by Congressman Hamlin of Missouri
chairman of the committee which
investigated what is termed "as-
tounding condition of affairs in this
The report says that the connnttee
discovered that $732000 was spent
from appropriations of only $575000
and that other money was improp-
erly used to make up the deficit.
CITY OF INEZ
BORDER CITY TO BE TURNED
OVER TO THE FEDERAL ARMY
RECORD CROWD AT
Jaurcz Aug. 16. General Pasqiei
Oi'oz'o and his followers evaluated
Jaurez today leaving a small guard
to pieseive order until the arrival of
the federal troops who by agreemen:
Ere to take possession or the it.v
The rebel guard looted the customs
house but obtained no money.
One train load of rebels was dis
' patched to the south over the Me '
can Central early last night and an-
other loTt shortly after midnight. Th
rebels burned all railway equipment
not ttBed by them In their movement"
from this city.
Culberson's Bill Tomorrow.
Washington D. C Aug. 16. The
senate agreed to consider tomorrow
Culberson's hill limiting campaign
Afraid to Report It.
Washington D. C Aug. 16. The
threatenfd opposition to the propo-
sal that the senate appropriate $?"-
000 toward I.orimer's expenses in his
fight to retain his seat is expected
to keep the lections committee
from a recommendation to that ef-
fect being reported at this session.
Taft Given Assurances.
Washington. D. C Aug. 16. As-
surances were given Taft today by
Senators Root Crane and Smoot that
there was little chance of senate's
passage of the wool or steel tariff
bills over his veto.
Change in Consular Service.
Washington D. C Aug. 16. Pro-
motions in the consular sfirvice
announced by the president today
include that of Arthur Garrets of St.
Louis from Catina to Alexandria.
Egypt and Charles L. Hoover of
Missouri from Madrid to Carlsbad.
Stop and read the Want Ads.
High Class Dentistry
AT MODERATE PRICES
All Work Guaranteed
Teeth Extracted Free
Dr. R. C. CONINE
103 1-2 E. Main Phone 908
(ells the best? Who Jives
best service? Who Has the
most reasonable prices con-
sistent with good quality?
It costs no more to eat
If you trade with
American Beheaded by Rehela.
Mexico City Aug. 16. The behead
ed body of Rowan Ayres nn American
civil engineer who was carried awa.v
a captive by the rebels has been
found near Morelia. capital of the
state of Michoaean.
NAT Dili WAS
WELL KNOWN ACTOR THROWN
UPON ROCK WHEN BOAT CAP
Los Angeles. Calif. Aug. 16. Nat
C. Goodwing trie actor who . was
thrown tion the rocks at Itocky
Point yesterday when his boat cap-
sized is in a serious condition to-
day. Paralysis of the lower limbs has
developed. Physicians say this in-
dicates spinal injury. The muscles
of his left side are also affected
CELEBRATES HIS BIRTHDAY.
Secretary Wlson to Retire to P'ivte
Life Next March.
Washington . C Aug. 16. Se-
retary Wilson of the department ot
agriculture celebrated his 77th biri'.;
day here today. Me announced ti'at
he would quit public life March '
NEGRO WOMAN ELECTROCUTED
First Woman Put to Death in li
ginia's Electric Chair Today.
Richmond. Va.. Aug. Hi. Virgini;
Christian a negrrss the first woman
.to be put. to death in the electric
caair in Virginia was executed ted y.
Governor Glenn refused to yield ti
the mtreatles for clemencv.
ADOPTS CONFERENCE REPORT.
Panama Canal Bill Contains Provision
Against "Trust Owned" Ship.
AVashington D. C Aug. 16. Tie
conference report on the Panama Ca
nal containing a provision againi-t
"trust owned" ships and granting ire(
tolls to certain American vessels wn
adopted by the senate today 4S to 1
after a futile fight against it by Sen
ator Brandege chairman of the Pan
aina Canal committee. Senator Heed
of Missouri Introduced thp anienilirrf
containing the provision again"!
"trust owned" ships.
DEATH OF CLAUDE HARDY.
Well Known Berwyn Youth Passes
Away This Morning.
Claude HaTdy the seventeen-year
old son of J. H. Hardy of Berwyn
died at the Hardy sanitarium at
nine o'clock this morning after an
operation for appendicitis.
The remains were taken to Ber-
wyn over the Santa Fe this morn-
ing where Interment will take place
Attention Boy Scoots.
Regular meeting of the Boy Scouts
will ba held at the rectory at 7: !"
p. m. this (Friday). Full attendance is
F. P. KEIC11F.R.
ETHA POLICE REQUIRED TO
HANDLE CROWD IN CHICAGO
. .CliUaco 111. Aug. It!.- Kxtra pul't
v.ere asked to handle the. crowd in
tlie New York-Chicago game at the
Nfuonul eagi; purl' this afternoon.
The sale of scuts indicated that
the attendance would he fullv ."i.U"11
I ..'vendar and Matthewson ar
sated fur tl'.e opposing pitchers.
DR. J M .DAVIS OF MUSKOGEE
INJURED IN COLORADO RAIL-
Denver Colo. Aug. 16. Dr. .1. M.
Davis of Muskogee and A. W. Davis
of Kansas City were seriously in-
jured in a wreck on the Denver
Northwestern & Pacific railroad near
Sulphur Springs last night.
AFTER THE MlJVlHI
tINCLE SAM WANTS SO-CALLED
MOVING PICTURE TRUST DISSOLVED.
Philadelphia Pa. Aug. 16. The
federal government has attacked the
so-called moving picture trust in a
civil suit filed here today for the
dissolution of the Motion Picture
Patents company and the Geneial
Ten prominent film concerns are
accused of combining to inonoHilze
OKLAHOMA CITY MAN CHOSEN
AS GRAND MASTER OF THE
ORDER IN STATE.
Guthrie. Okla. Aug. 13. Oliver C.
filack of Oklahoma City has been
elected grand master of the Oklaho-
ma Order of Odd Fellows according
to the returns on the election held
by referendum which have Just been
tabulated by the elections committee
at the state headquarters of the
lodge here. He had no opposition
for the place. G. Wr. Bruce of Guth-
rie was elected grand secretary.
For grand representative. A. N.
Ieecraft of Colbert was elected and
there was no election for the offi-
ces of deputy grand master grand
warden grand treasurer grand trus-
tee or members of the home board
none of the candidates having a ma-
jority of the votes. These officers
will be elected at the next session
of the grand lodge.
The Odd Fellow order In Oklaho-
ma now has 31.951 members and in
this particular Is the strongest or-
der in the state. There are r!7 su-
Judge Luman F. Parker Dead.
St. Louis Mo. Aug. 15.-Lumas
F. Parker of Vinita Okla. died at
the home of his sister In a suburb
of St. Lonls yesterday. He was
United States Judge for the northen
district of the Indian Territory from
1904 until Oklahoma was admitted
as a state. The funeral will be held
in Vinita Frtdya. A widow survives
Tailor Made Clothing
At Hand-Me-Down Prices
By Special arrangement ii'ith
the famous Tailoring House of
Schloss Bros Co.
of Baltimore and New York we have
with us their expert
Cutter and Designer
ivho is prepared io give you the ben-
efit of his experience as to the best
styles and cloths for fall and winter.
Why wear clothes that do not fit.
when you have an opportunity to have
your measure taken for a suit or
overcoat by a man who is an experi-
enced cutter and designer? We will
take your order and have it come at
once or at any time to suit your con-
venience. You have our guarantee
that these garments will fit or yau do
not have to take them. We also have
a complete line of Schloss Bros
Custom Tailored Clothes in the neiv
shades aud fabrics for FalltS Winter.
Remember Mr. Tress is here
today and will remain with us until
we close Saturday evening
Don't miss this opportunity
come in andlook through our samples.
DARROW'S MEN PERJURERS.
Fredericks Characterizes Witnesses
for Dar.w as Perjurers.
Los Angeles. Calif. Aug. 16. Dis
trict Attorney Fredericks in his clos-
ing arguments in the Darrow case
today branded most of the witnesses
for the defense as perjurers.
BARRELS OF MONEY
to loan iiiiickly on farm property any-
where In Oklahoma. Reasonable rates
and terms. Write me.
OLLIE W. ANDERTON
Postal Tel. HIcIl'. Ardinore. Okla.
I Inspect my loans
Oklahoma City Okla. Aug. 1.1.
Twenty-two expiration pardons were
issued by Gov. Cruee for inmates of ;
lie McAlester penitentiary founeen '
of whom have their citizenship re- :
MONEY TO LOAN
Not'Much Hut Some
Not Cheap. But Good
Farm Loans Only
Potlorf IMdrf. M. D. SMITH
HUNT'S PLANING MILL
Manufacturers of all kinds of Mill work shelving and
store fixtures manufactured to order. Odd jobs re-
paired promptly. Glass put in doors and windows.
H. T. Hunt Planing Mill.
Third Avenue and E St N. E.
Tornado Plate Glass
care of property helps to prevent fires and
an efficient fire department helps to con-
trol them' but No Human Agency Can Al-
together Prevent Them; therefore a policy
a on. ot our "Old Mae Compaal" t vry accar .
J. C. Kind & Co.
Poit Office Bulldlnii Telephone No. 22
Live StocK Bonds
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