The Chandler Publicist. (Chandler, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 10, No. 29, Ed. 1 Friday, November 13, 1903 Page: 3 of 8
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THE ARDMORE FEDERATION
Business and Pleasure Made up
Interesting Pi I HI——Roy-
The fift-h annual meetine of the Fed-
«-ratiou of Women's clubB of the two
territories, which closed a four day*'
session at Ardmore, I T., on the Oth,
was one of the most successful in the
history of the organization. If the
spirit of the late lamented president,
Mrs Selwyn Douplas, looked down
upon that body of erirneut. womanly
women she surel,\ fell gratified to know
hat her work was being so ably car-
A prodigious amount of work has
been done by Mrs. J. C. Robberts
since she succeeded to the presidency
one year ago. She found club mat-
ters in a chaotic state consequent
upon the deaths of the president. Mrs.
Douglas, and the secretary. Mrs.
Amos Ewing, both having oocurred
within a few months preceding the an-
nual meeting of 1902. Mrs Kobberts
has devoted her whole time to the
work of the federation the past year
and she has every reason to feel satis-
lied with the result of ber efforts. Not
only has the scope of ttwMoritlM
been enlarged by the addition of sev-
eral new departments, but there is a
feeling of enthusiasm throughout the
body which promises well for the
future Mrs. Robberts has won the
warm admiration of all club women
Mrs. Demies T. S Denison. of New
York city, president of the General
Federation of the Fniu d States, was
present throughout the meeting, and
she toid the assemblage that the fed-
eration of the twin territories com-
pares very favorably with those of
any other part of the country.
The people of Ardmore entertained
with unbounded hospitality. All of
those attending were given free enter-
tainment in the homes of the city, and
Ardmore is a city of beautiful homes,
or at the hotels of which two are first
class, the Morgan and the Whitting-
ton. Elks hall, containing a large
assembly room, three handsome par
lors and a spacious dining room, was
placed at the disposal of the federa-
tion and all of the general meetings
were held there. The city has also a
new 420,000 opera house, the use of
which was tendered and two of the
evening sessions were held there, the
building being packed each time, which
showed the interest that Ardmore p o-
ple took in the proceedings. The city
had made every preparation for the
entertainment of her guests, who w ill
always hold in grateful remembrance
her beautiful spirit of hospitality.
The first session was held at Elks
hall Tuesday eveniug. Mrs. llobberts
called the meeting to order and the
following program was carried out:
Annie Laurie—Mrs. S. T. Bledsoe,
Mrs. Max Westheimer, Mrs. W. H.
Buck, Miss Belle Townsend.
Piano solo (selected)—Miss Nita Wil-
Invocation—Kev. J. Clarence Head.
Vocal solo—Miss Flora Watkins
Add.ess of welcome— H. M. Furman,
Mrs. L. A Led better, Miss Daisy
Nichols, Mrs. John Whitema one
lady from each of the three citi s of
Hesponses—Mrs. G L Halls, A'.-oka;
Mrs J. W. .Hunt, Oklahoma City;
Mrs. J. M. Adams, Shawnee.
Vocal solo, "Cavita," Myerbeer—
Mrs. Hobert Haiusay, Guthrie.
Mrs. Denison was introduce.! by the
AT THE TOP.
It Is a laudable ambition to reach the top
of the ladder of success. But many a man
who reaches the
finds his position
a torment instead
of a triumph. He
has sacrificed his
A man can sue-
ceed and be
strong if he heeds
ings. When there
spots before the
eyes or palpita-
tion of the heart ;
any or all of these symp-
toms point to weakness'
and loss of nutrition.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Med-
ical Discovery is the
medicine to turn to.
$.i,ooo FORFEIT will be
paid by the World's Dis-
pensary Medical Asso-
ciation, Proprietors, Buf
falo, N. Y., if they cannot
show the original signa-
ture of the individual volun z
teerinK the testimonial below
loss of a^ _
ringing in the
and also of the writers of every
testimonial among the thou
sands which they are constantly publish- enthusiastically received
president and made u few happy re-
marks but did not spenk at length, as
she was scheduled for au address at
the opera bouse the following even-
Mayor Dick,#iho was to have made
a welcoming address, had been called
out of the city, but his place was very
ably tilled by Mr. Furman. All of the
addresses and responses overflowed
with wit fend eloquence A reception
followed. The parlors were beauti-
tifully decorated with southern moss,
chrysanthemums aud roses. Ardmore
has a greenhouse, which would do
credit to a city of 25,000, and there
was a profusion of as tine flow-
ers of these two varieties as we
ever saw anywhere The assemblage
was a brilliant one, the jieople of the
city turning out in large numbers in
full dress. Punch was served through-
out the evening, the table being ar-
ranged in a iieautiful chrysanthemum
bower. Ice cream uiuf cake were
served in the dining room, pink car-
nations forming the souvenirs.
At 8:30 Wednesday morning the
the ladies assembled far the business
session and the following program
was carried out to the letter:
Presentation of credentials.
Quartette, "Dixie Kid"— Mrs. E. E.
Guillott, Mrs. S. T. BledBoe, Mrs.
C. M. Campbell.
Reports of ofticeis and committees.
Territorial secretary for general fed-
Bureau of reciprocity.
City federations, Guthrie, Oklahoma
City, Chickasha and Lawton.
Club history. •
Civil service reform.
Bureau.of traveling libraries.
Appointment of committees.
Report from credential committee.
Vocal solo (selected)—Mrs. McDuftie.
of Oklahoma City.
At 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon
the regular program was calied and
carried out as follows:
Piano solo I selected (—Miss Jessie Mc-
Pberson, Guthrie, Okla.
DEPARTMENT OF ART.
Mrs. Eugene Hamilton, chairman,
Chickasha, I. T.
Christ in Art—Mrs. Hamilton.
Older and More Recent Art. To Com-
pare Europe With the West—Miss
May Overstreet, Stillwater, Okla.
Michael-Angelo aud Modern Sculp-
ture—Mrs. C \Y. Taylor, El Reno,
Vocal solo, "Winona," T. C Bart-
lett—Mrs. Robert Ramsay
Mrs. Frank M. Butts, chairman, Ok-
The City Beautiful—Mrs. Butts; dis-
cussion, Mrs. N. M. Carter, Guth-
Vocal solo—Mrs. Guillot, Ardmore.
Guest hour having arrived Mrs
Smoot of Texas and Mrs. Longan of
Kansas City were introduced and
greeted the federation but declined to
make speeches, the former saying that
her impressions of the meeting would
i appear 'in the Dallas News, and the
latter that she would have her inning
next day. Mrs. Robberts here an-
nounced that she had a surprise for
the federation, and slated that the
ladies of Ardmore wished the body to
adjourn to the dining room where
delicious' ice cream and " cake were
Atter this little diversion the pro-
gram was again takpo up and the
department of education presented the
Mrs. Bardo, chairman, Newkirk,
The Scholar and the Home Maker-
Mrs. Lucy A.M.Boyes, Perry, Okla.
The Women of Today—Mrs. P. R.
King, Newkirk, Okla.
Manual Training—Mrs. Grace Van
Eaton, Ada, I T.
Wednesday evenings session at the
opera house was a very brilliant
affair. The program follows:
Sextette From Floradora — Misses
Townsend, Natalie Williams, Lillie
Comegys, Cecil Whittington, Kittie
Stansil, Fay Burnitt; Mesdatnes C.
M\ Campbell, Max WTestheimer,
John Whiteman, E. E. Guillot, H.
E. Foster, S. T. Bledsoe.
Reading, "Her Cuban Tea"—Miss Sue
Frame, Ardtr ore.
Vocal duet (selected)—Mrs. Charles
Smith and Miss Bass, Oklahoma
•Address—Mrs Demies T. S. Denison,
Pres. G. F. W. C., New York city.
Mrs. Denison's address showed the
broad spirit of the woman and was
ing, thus proving their genuineness.
" For about two years I suffered from a very
obstinate cane of dyspepsia," writes R. E. Secorcf,
Esq . "f i.l liasteiii Ave Toronto, Ontari;,. "I
tried a grrat uumber of remedies without sue
cess. I finally lost faith in them all. I was so
far gone thill 1 could not for a long time bear
any solid food in my stomach : felt melancholy
and depressed Could not sleep nor follow my
occupation. Some foui months ago a friend
recommended your 'Golden Medical Discovery.'
After a week s treatment I had derived so much
benefit that L continued the medicine, 1 have
taken three bottles ;iud am convinced it has
io mv case accomplished a permanent cure. I
can conscientiously recommend it to the thou-
sands of dyspeptics throughout the land "
The "Common Sense Medical Adviser,"
loutf large pages in paper covers, is sent frte
on receipt of 21 one cent stamps to pay ex
pense of mailing nnly. Address Dr. K. V.
Piercc, Buffalo, N. Y.
tette was encored a third time and the
audience would not be satisfied until
the ent're selection was repeated.
Thursday morning's session was
again a business one, the following
business being disposed of:
Piano solo—Mrs. Burris,Tishomingo,
DEPARTMENT OF LAW.
Mrs. G. L. Webster, chairman, Weath-
erford, Okla.; Mrs. J. A Wagner,
Reading of minutes of previous men
Quartette—Mrs. Campbell, Mrs. Bled-
soe, MrB. Foster, Miss Townsend,
In order to complete the work on
hand the federation met at 1:30 p. m.,
announcement having been made at
the close of the morning session that
each delegate who was tardy would lie
fined 50 cents. There were no fines.
After a piano Bolo by Miss Floye
Alvis of Ardmore, Mrs. G. B Longan
of Kansas i'it\ fuve M ladies a par-
liamentary drill, lasting two hours.
It was a practical demonstration of
the advantages of a knowledge of par-
liamentary law and was one of the
most useful numbers on the program.
Mrs. Longan is a finished parliamen-
tarian She "has taught the subject
for the past twenty years and has
written a manual, presenting Ve sub-
ject in the logical way and making it
much more simple than the manner in 1 jiJ^iiiist
which it is usually treated. Mrs.
Longan will give a course of lessons
to a class of 25 for $25, going to any
town for that purpose. It would be a
MAI) RACE FOR LIFE
Adclia Smith Graphically Do
scribes Her Awful Experi-
ence on Night of Tragedy
From Saturday'* DaIIt.
Miss Adelia Smith, the only sur-
vivor of Tuesday night's tragedy, was
brought to town last night, and is at
the office of Dr. Marshall where she
is under the constant care of the nurse
Miss Cheney. She is getting along
nicely and will recover. She bears
her suffering with great heroism and
did not lake an anaesthetic to have
the bone set in her broken arm on the
| night of the murder.
To a representative of the Daily
who found Miss Smith
undergoing the pain of having ber
wound dressed this morning, she said,
"This pain is nothing compared with
I liver must he gently stirred so that lh« fclTi '
r«ai he thrown of! in the right channel, the iylUBl
at the ume time should be invigorated.
and Tonic Pellet* form the Mild Power Curt tM
completely does the work without shock or Injury
to any part of the system.
Sample and Boo hi el Fr#t.
25 days 25 cts ^
the anguish of that awful night when
good thing if a class can be secured , ^ lh naru,rs of „ mlle lhri,U(,(l
to brin, her here, and we believa that j ^ rujn w jU) mv hpokMi apm danB„ i
among the clubs and lodges of Chan-
dler that number of men and women
ready to take all the ladies of the con-
vention for a drive over the city, but
owing to the press of bu .iness yet to
be disposed of it was necessary to
decline the gracious invitation, much
to the regret of all: but, to the credit
gencies it would seem almost incredible 1 4"
that Miss Smith could have made het X
way as she did to the home of Noah
Caves that night. Most of the way j ;
lay across an uncleared bottom, and *
people familiar with the river bottoms 4*
of the ladies be it said, every one of Lincoln county know that that means ^
remained in ber seat and the business an almost impenetrable thicket ol X
of the session was systematically car- underbrush laced together with briars.
The committee on revision 'of con-
stitution and bylaws was submitted
and a number of important changes
The president and territorial secre-
tary of the General Federation were
made ex-officio delegates to the seventh
bi-ennial which is to be held at St.
Louis in May during the world's fair.
Nominations for the remaining dele-
Soon after leaving the house Missj
Smith, finding her speed impeded oy I
the weight of her dress skirt, dropped
that off and by the time she reached
the home of Mr. Caves her underskirt
was in tatters. Yet after that dread-
ful fiigh. she did not faint nor do
anything weak, her one thought still
being for her mother, whom she hac "T"
The sister who lives in Indiana has X
gates, five in number, to be appointed been heard from and is expected in s j,
by the executive board, were then j or attend the funeral.
made from the floor. There is as yet no clue to the mur-
Invitations for the sixth meeting of dprer. One clue after another has
the Federation to be held in 1904 were been followed only to come to naught. ^
extended by Guthrie and Lawton the but th re is nn relaxation of vigilance X
former through Mrs. C. M. Barnes, an(3 when it is remembered that it is ^
the latter through Mrs. Robert Ray Tilghman who is after the murderer
The former city was selected by a vote he has no reason to fee, that he has
of 52 to 37. made a sure escape.
Thursday evening's session was ——
again held at the opera house. Bj Leaguers Entertained.
request the sextette from Floradora From Saturday's Dally
was repeated and wi s again twice Mr and Mrs. D. F. Hopkins threw
encored. The remainder of the pro- open their hospitable home last night
gram was as follows, the principal to the Epworth leaguers, who with
feature being Mrs. Scott's paper which their friends to the number of forty-
was thoroughly delightful as all of three availed themselves of the oppor-
Mrs. Scott's productions are: tunity to s(iend a delightful evening
Piano solo—Miss McPherson,Guthrie, and are loud in their praises of
Reading (selected) — Miss Willette. host and hostess.
Lawton. The evening was spent in a literary
Violin solo, "Fest Polonaise"—Miss and social way and before the guests
Attrelle Flanniken, Ardmore. realized it midnight bad arrived and
The Lvrics of Tennyson—Mrs. Angelo it was time to depart.
C. Scott, Stillwater.
Piano solo (selected)—Miss Fay Bur-
at my side, fleeing from my home and * f *
leaving; the ghastly form of my mother ^
o reaU* *now pyhamen" lying there by the porch withoul i IX A T 10 IN /A L 4-
tary law may easily be tound. whelh<)r nfp w.us (.xtinc; or I . 7
At the close of the drill, a note wat whether she was still writhing in y m •«
handed President Robberts Baying afroDy.>. * T £%C f%T% U f\ iT CV C T
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Vocal bolo— Miss Townsend,Ardmore fj"
(a) "The Old Worn Out Song" (b) .
"Watchin' the Sparkin' "—Mrs. C. •
Henry, Wynnewood. " When the butter WOn't
Ladies of the L af Quartette-Mrs. come t a jn the
Campbell, Mrs. Bledsoe, Mrs. , 1fx . . . .
Foster, Miss Townsend, Ardmore. Churn, IS an Old time dairy
—often seems to
Mrs. Robberts had announced at proverb.
the beginning that nothing would be , ., , „ ,
j ; work though no one has ever
omitted from the program, and on or
Friday morning several departments told why.
which had been carried over from
Wednesday and Thursday were taken
up as follows: Resolutions of thanks
we're submitted by Mrs Horace Speed,
chairman of the 'committee, and the
report was unanimously adopted.
Trend of Modern Journalism—Mrs. W.
H. French, chairman, Chandler,Ok-
Women in Newspaper Work—Mrs. H.
V. Foster, Tecumseh, Okla.
PHILANTHROPY AND REFORM.
Possibilities of Philanthropy and Re-
form—Mrs. G. L. Webb, chairman,
Ardmore, I. T.
Practical Philanthropy — Mrs Finley,
The Home Department and Domestic
Economics—Mrs. W. W. English,
chairman, Enid, Okla.
Scientific Development of Household
Economics—Mrs. J. B. Thompson,
Pauls Valley, I. T.
Mrs. Thompson is a sister of Mrs.
T."S.#)uffy, of this city.
Mrs. Longan and Mrs. DeniBon were
called to the platform to say good bye
to the federation, which they did most
gracefully, complimenting the mem-
bers highly upon the efficient work
accomplished during the meeting.
In a few well-chosen words Presi-
dent Robberts closed the convention,
and the fifth annual session was at an
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