Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 7, No. 136, Ed. 1 Friday, June 8, 1906 Page: 1 of 4
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Vo1- 7 Chickasha. Indian Territory. Friday Evening. June 8. 1906 NUMBER 136
B SlffQfl ffMAfBirjPfl We have tenants for i ooo Acres of Land. Parties who have land to rent let us know at Deerinf Real Estate CO.
LCUiiU UtCBIILIIVU once. We can rent your and for yo. See us now. ' Suor SCOt JoneS Real Estate Co.
FORAKER MAKES LIFE INTEREST-
ING FOR THE INDIANA STATES-MAN-DELAY
THE TRIUMPHAL ENTRY
Of Napoleoa and bit Austrian Bride
into tie CapitaL
(continued from Wedensday)
Let us return to the top of the
Arch for further contemplations.
This greatest of triumphal arches
! was commenced in i3o6 and has
' never been completed. It reached
FOiUKER CLAIMS A MAJORITY its present state in 1836. A -crown-
nig master-piece of sculptured rt.
; is yet to be erected. S i artist has
Of the Senate ouCfident Caa Defeat yet been able lo produce a deign Disposed of Much Routine Businesi
Adoption of the Confertnce ; that breiieli critics will approve. I Reporti of Of ficen and other
COUNCIL PLACES STREET WORK
AND FIRE DEPARTMENT UNDER
SUPERVISION OF MAYOR
THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING
ROLLER SKATTIKS Ril
Report. J In fSio the foundation only was
. j placed Napoleon liai been driven
' by fnu zie 1 a ub.tioti todivon e Juse-
V ffhliinuto'i. June .h -nator
. . . . u 1 phmc. He bad married Marie
ruraker is trying to hive the state- .
: Lom-e dang .ler ot th Emperor
iood tiill as repot ltd from the c 'i- . . . 1
tl. ; -i Austria und desired to make
terencc called u; in the sei:. ' ' fori . . '
r L. ' wit!ihi ratiriiid!:i!iuiphaleiiiraiice
action but the absence of Sainton. .
. . . . . . I in to Tans. the Arch was not
(r o .... . .. . ... . . r. ia.iyiut
O.-nt that lie can U ( r
as matters stand in the sriiaie
..is and painted
canvas a - v eve Arch was
Vie 'ted. and mi.ler it the Austrian
l'nnicss was brought with gieat
jw.np tii.H she illicit be duly im
pressed with the t;rtatest of the
t'.. ....... r.t it. i: i. v- ....
1 . ... a.ui 'uunui I lie J ICIieil .NOW lO
the present tin.- but with the ap-
proaching abjou: nmeut ot congress
senatf.rs are beeinnmLr to shw a
:in several of its
supporters may be amony the a!
sent ones when the mil is finally
called up. Tli-.' desire of the house
leaders is to delay action.
u uti tins in view some rich an
c-cdotts are going the rounds illus
trating Vivcridge's indisposition to
attend the session." of the senate
and his alacrity in attending din
ner engagement. Night before
last enator l oraker called at njs
apartments and found the rooms
vacant. A few minutes laUr Bev-
eridge came in from a stroll walk
ing with a buoyant step and alto-
gether as chipper as a sparrow
but at sight of Foraker his face
suddenly assumed an agonized ex
pression and in a pitifull voice he
related to his associate how misera
ble he was feeling.
Foraker spent same time with
him to cheer him up; and did not
leave untill Beverage was too late
to attend a dinner engagement
which he was to be th guest of
"The house leaders and their
friends in the .senate hope to delay
action long enough to have Foia
ker's support dwindle into a minor
ity and then pass the bill with pro
vision for joint statehood for Ari
zona and New Mexico. Should
tins proposition be deleated it is
expected that the senate will ap
point new conferees and send the
bill back to conference with Ari
zona and New Mexico eliminated
and it is believed that the house
will then rercde from its position
fearing that otherwise statehood
for Oklahoma will come into the
house as a rider to the sundry civil
THE TABERNACLE MEETIK
If Attracting Large Crowds and Interest
is Growing Daily.
The Baptist meeting which is be-
ing held in the large tabernacle on
Fifth street between Kausas ard
Colorado is increasing in attend-
ance and interest. The tabernacle
is now in good shape and has cap-
acity for seating from iaoo to 1500
Rev: C. S. Burgess of Marlow.is
doing the preaching this week. lie
is a fine speaker and his audiences
are well pleased. Prof. J. W.
I Reams is conducting the singing
which Is one of the interesting
features of the meeting. There
. have been several additions to the
a: considered lur husband.
See tliv'tn coding yonder 111 all
the splendor tf .the world's most
Away yonder in the distance
see coming down the avenue of the
Grand Army the unconquered sold-
iers of the Old Guard. For filteeu
years they have been with the Lit-
tle Corpora! They have fought
his terrific battles. They have
grown old bef jre their time by
exposure in his army. They have
been his Old Guard from the Lit-
tle Corporal to the Great Emperor.
He has loved them. They have
worshipped him In this bis hour
of Triumphal they will share.
Hear the bugle call. Did ever
bugle so thrill the souls of men as
the souls of the Old Guard are
thrilled by that? See they lead the
wedding procession of their Great
Emperor with a Priucess of the
House of Austria for his bride.'
What have they not d;ne for him?
What would he not do for them? '
Hear the music grow louder finer
sweeter as they draw near. See
the flags.the old flags the honored
flags. See the burnished Eagles
glistening in the morning sun.
Behind the Old Guard in the
gilded and burnished Coronation
Carriage are the Emperor and his
Princess Bride daintily stowed
away in silk and gold. See the
mounted Field Marshals with sil
vered helmets and gold embroid-
ered epaulets. What a glittering
See the Flags and Flowers. Be
fore the Old Guard behind the Im-
perial family and Court followed
by a hundred carriages of state. I
wonder if Josephine is there. I
wonder if Napoleon thinks of the
only woman who ever loved him.
Does he remember how he has
wronged her? Does he dream of
the retributiave justice that will
follow in the wake of this proces
sion Doeu his princess bride think?
Does he suspect w hen and under
what circumstrnces he will pass
under the real comnleted arrh
(to be continued.) A. S. Gilkey
Two cars of one and two year
old mules gentle good colors out
of good mares. Will make 15 to
16 hand mules when grown.
J: II. Roper
Itasca Hill County Tex.
' J.B. Barton has ' gotse lo St.
Louis ca a business trip.
i The regular irettin. of the city
1 ccuncil w us held yesterday afler-
'lioon with ail preei.t except Scof.
J fern B.irtun and Temple. l'robpbly
tue 1110; i-up ;.' t i t-x-eeding was
the pa-s i;je of : . . .uio:i pl.i'-iug
street work and .... fro department
'direct lv ui.'.er . control a. id sup
ciusion of the Mayor. The stieet
aiid alley committee is relieved of
all responsibility in connection
with street imptovement all work
to be done by the street commis-
sioner under the Ma)Or's orders.
The Mayor is to have com-
tlete control of the fire depart-
ment the committee being charged
only with the responsibility of in-
spection. Provision is also made
by the resolution for a steuogipher
for the Mayor at a salary not ex-
cteding f 25 per month.
Reports of officers were received
showing collections as follows for
Dog tax $29.50.
Occupation tax $303.25.
Fines cash $458.35.
Fines worked 1 118.50.
The city engineer made a report
on alleys that are closed R. D.
Welborne opposed the opening of
certain alleys. The cheif of police
was instructed to motify parties
who have alleys closed to open
same or sign contract relinquish
ing claim to the same.
The paving matter was discuss-
ed somewhat and all viere in favor
of prompt action but the oounoil
seemed to be at sea as to how to
A motion war finally passed to
refer the problem to the finance
committee with power to act.
A resolution exempting students
of Roberts Business College from
street tax was defeated.
Matter of " opening the Eighth
street ditch was referred to street
and alley committee Mayor and
Ft Worth Parties Will Put up a Fine
Oae on Seventh and CLic kasha
A. J. Burton aud L. T. Weaver
both of Ft. Worth have leased the
the vacaut ground on the corner of
Chickasha avenue and 7th street
and will begin at ouce the erection
of a splendid skating pavilliou.They
expect to expend about $4000 on
the building which will be 75x125
in dimensions. It will have a Imrd
wood maple floor. Everything will
be as complete as it is .possible tj
make it and it will be a pleasant
place to enjoy tuis popular sport.
The skates wi'l b' the verv besi
solid steel p'a'.e and ball 1 earing.
These gentleman have bad
plenty of expel ieme in this line
and promise the people a skating
ink thetqu d of any inthe country.
The riitiagrtueiit expect. to cuter
to none but tin" very Ust j eople
and no Conduct but that becoming
a lady or g'cntleman will be toler-
ated. Work begins Monday morning
and they expect to have it com-
pleted and ready for skating ii?
PIPE ORGAN REGITAL
a Success Prof. Halter
EVIDENCE OF PROSPERITY
On account of increased business
the Owl Drug Store his found it
neceasarv to i.istall an electric pow-
er plant to freeze (he ice cream
used at th.t soila fountain. This
euterprisiug firm has placed an or-
der Vith a New York concern . for
a fjrty quart Samson Power Fr.ez
er and a Paragon Eiectric Motor!
for operating same.
It is a well established fact that
icecream made by electricty is
much smoother and much superior
in every way than if frozen by
hand power. 36-tf
An appreciative audience attend-
ed the pipe organ recital at the
Methodist church last evemng and
everyone was delighted with the
big organ and Prof. August Hil-
of Chicago who gave the recital.
It is safe to say that no one was
disappointed. Every number was
followed by pro! Jticd applause.
Prof. Haher came with ateit
reputation ai an artisi a) 1 fully
sustained it. His program embraced
a g-at variety of selections and
au'lors and he was e.pially at
honi .with all of them drawing
from the great instrument the en-
tire rang'." of tones from tli- niht
delicate to the inos tTr;jn I
sublime. His tecamqae is perfect !
and hii mternr.'tatioii of UU . '...-1 . V-Uick
alary Overtrue" (Suppe) the opeu
ing number which immediatly
caught the audience ani the
"Miserere" from "II Trovatore"
an old favorite which everybody
enjoyed -'Pilgrims CLjrus" from
"Tannhauser" and Gounod's
"Processional March" brought
out the full power of the organ
and thrilled everyone. But it is
almost impossible to discrimnate
between the different numbers as
everyone of them struck a respon-
sive chord with the audience.
Mr. E. R. liiimdhrey's flute solo
"Yoix Celcte" m ule' a great hit
and e.rlel for au encore
Mrs R. ( Senile; n sang a mag.
uificuit solo "When the Winds
over the Sea Blow a Gale" (l'etrie)
uhieh delighted tho audience. The
choir remit red "The Hunter's
lloru" in a pleasL-r. manner.
of (be -
shows that tie posossC the
1 hoped rtl
.4. ..O . ... O. I 1 1
soul -jf the really great nr. 1st. Among vjMt ant!i hhol)id .
tl.e selection.- was the "L'ght Cav-. be assured ot a l.r
whole the recital was a
ided success and was one
e. lev inn ical treats th it
-1 !' s eni'.ved It is to I.e.
t l iof. 11 jlter niav be in-
k isha another
'o so be will
V . v t
Frank Rosenquest P. T. Har
bour R F. ScofTern and W. C.
Matthews attended the Shriners
meeting in Oklahoma City yes-
terday. Mr. Matthews took the
A Man Once
His intention was to renew it in a few days but before that
A FIRE HAD DESTROYED
Everything of value that he had possessed. Don't put your-
self in his position! A Fire Insurance Policy is an absolute
EARLY & HAYES.
Real Estate Insurance and Loans.
109 NORTH THIRD ST. PHONE 299.
Chickasha Lodge No. 31 Degree
of Honor A. O. U. W. at a well
attended regular -session Tuesday
evening elected the following of-
ficers for the ensuing term; Chief
of Honor Mrs. J. F. Potter; Lady
of honor Mrs. A.F. Hansen; Chief
of ceremonies Miss Wanda Goet-
ting; Cor. Sec Mrs Dora Feaster;
Fin. Sec J. S. Tatman; Treasurer
Mrs. F. II. Godon; Lady Usher
Miss Lilian Goetting; I W. Mrs.
Keil O. W. A. W. Adkins;
Trustee F. II. Godon
This lodge is in a flourshine
A good up-to-date 4 room cottage
on West Hill ca Colorado ave be
tween 10 & ti street. On the Gas
J. D. Bridges office on south 4th
J. E. McNeill left at noon today
for a three weeks visit with rela
tives ia Mississippi.
t i V IN VI
11. 11-aJIAV iUSsi t.
If your everyday tailor could put as much thought
imagination skill and time into his customers' orders
as ourStein-Bloch tailors put into every suitl and over-
coat madejin their shops that tailor would be sought by
the wealth and fashion of the land.
Stein-BIoch can afford to do .it and can command
the skill. Rightness is a Stein-BIoch hatit.
We want to make your pants. We keep the tailor in
the house to do the work. We have the Woolens to make
them from. You can siay and see him do the work it
aon t take long. Bnngjyour suit to us to press. Get
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