The Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 132, Ed. 1 Monday, June 3, 1901 Page: 1 of 8
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The Chickasha Daily Express.
Chickasha Indian Territory Monday June 3 1901.
Beaumont for Oil
CLOTHING & FURNISHINGS
It's risky busines boring for oil or flnd'ng it bat it's
perfectly safe to come to our store for
Men's and Boys Clothing
Yes its more it's good judgement as well. You'll
strike oil every time you call
S o n you come for
worktnauien a Clolaat
Fell or stipw Hats
When you come (or
When you acme for
N tee Neck wet. r
When you come f.r
Ores or Fancy Shirts
Wheoyou come for
Socks m Handkerchiefs
WHEN YOU COME TO US
WE'LL SAVE YOU MONEY
CHICKASH IND. TER.
! iii n.
British Press Is Anxious to Find to
Excuse for the Supremacy of
SELFISHNESS OF ENGLISH WORKMEN.
lwou l Learn
1 1 in i of Brll-
Umiom .luue 2 Coiiimentiug . n
Ixird (ietirgr Hautiltou's letter reply-
ing to the attack of Sir Alfrr.l Hick-
man uu American locomotive una!
ounce. Um i-wMtMtro are itnnfni
lrtf iu thetr criticism of what the Rt.
iiimri 0aette rolls the "you-be-dainned"
attitude of British manu-
facturer toward 'delr customers. The
St. Jaraea ' n.-t le applauds I .nl Ham-
ilton's "crushing hrutaJ frank nr--"
in commenting on the "Mioawuer
methods of llritiah employers and
tUyn Selfish idleness of British work-
mrn" und proceeding to censure the
methods of trades unionists aa "thor-
oughly and unscrupulously dishonest."
the paper aaya it rouhl iikywst wish
Lord Hamilton hai' not riven or un
dertaken to give preference to Brit-
ish firm where it is possible as "it
would be well for the future that
our industrial alasaes learn the bit-
ter lesson of their exierleiicc."
The (ilobe does not hesitate to pre-
dict that unit the methods of
irades unionism ns practiced in this
country are modified Americans
within the next few years will beat
the British out of the field. The
0)obe compliments American trade
unionists on their good sense in fos-
tering skill und industry while sirnul-
taaoomljl kecpinjr up the rate of
w a ffc.
THE HUSBANO SUSPECTED.
In. W. H. Kleu.mlr round Marriered
Near llrr ll .m. at Holton. Kan. Ter-
niilf Ferment Over tha Tragedy.
Holt. in Kun. Juen 8. This town
is in u terrible ferment over the dla-
coierv of a horrible murder. The
rlend body of Mrs. W. 11. Kleusmire
sm found last night buried in a
shallow trench leas than 100 yards
from her home oue mile north of
Holton. It is alleged that she was
murdered by her husband who is now
ae crime was committed
lay 1. n that day the
the family were away
When they returned
hleimmire told them their mother
had gone '' Texas on a vif.it I-ater
Kleusmire left for Texas. Fridav the
children received a telegrum Vom him
that their mother hnil died do a there
of vellow fever and he hud buried her.
Kleusmire and hia wife have no-
lived happily together according to
neighborhood reirt and as mat
lers now stand linger and perhaps
jealousy furnish the mothe. It is now
common talk in Holton that Kleus-
mire murdered old man Rwetlick for
the $HO000 insurance money that he
carrieil. I'aul Swctliek and Mrs. Kleu-
mlre WtrN fcur0fhtT ami sister. Mr. and
Mrs. Kleuxinire were beneficiaries to
Swetliek'.s insurance money. Jh
murder of Paul IwwtUek occurred in
IMS ani n onr WUs ever tried for It.
KM 10 1 11.
While Traveling Through Russia
He Will Have the Protection of
the United States.
DOES IT DECIDE HIS CITIZENSHIP?
DAUGHTER BORN TO ROYALTY
in Tcxaa. 'I
Tonne omen of Italy Delivered mt Her
Ftrat Child -IMuppatatment at the
Borne June 2. The voting ipiecn of
Italy haa Wrn delivered of a daughter
her first lorn. The prince will ht
named Yolanda Margherita. Amidst
jeneral congratulations there is con-
siderable disapointraent at the In-
fant's aex though the king i under-
stood to have expressed contentment.
.Salute are Wing fired throughout
Italy. The infant's nurse besides re-
ceivinu liberal pay and a pension will
get $2000 with the baby's first tooth
another S2.i when the child is nbl-
to sneak und a similar sum when the
Secretary Hay Ile.lsuatc lliasa "Kesldent"
of the J'hIUpplue Inland and a Such
I nun .1 to Our I'mu- u Itut No in
tl.luu I Kaarhed a lo the Kitent sf
l Ilm OUlutatlou.
Loadvii June 2. The mutter of
(Tautiug u pah-port to the Kilipino
who applied for one yeterday hud ti
be referred to Washington as it was
the first time auch au application
bad been made by a jK-rson of this na-
tionality The Filipino decided to
travel iu Bussia and though the appli-
cant took the oath of allegiance to
tha Waited States in Spanish and Kng-
ifh the embassy considered it udvisa-
ble to submit the matter by cable to
Washington a it has frequently done
when passports were reiested.
fcatttlea tu t ailed Slate' Protection.
Washington June X In answvr to
his application for instructions Sec-
retary Hay has direvtcd Ambassador
Choate at London to issue passports
to the Filipino who appeared at il.e
embassy "as a resident of the Philip-
pine islands and as such entitled to
the protection of the 1'nited States."'
The decision upon this point is of im-
portance as having perhups soma
bearing upon the status of the peo-
ple of the Philippines Porto Rico and
Guam. A year ago the decision was
reached to regard the PortO Bicans as
entitled to the protection conveyed by
an American pas-port hut a formal
decision of the test case was pre-
vented through the withdrawal of the
application. The Foraker act deter-
miner! the right of T'orto Bicans as
"citizens of Porto Bieo" to the pro-
tection of the lT ni ted States govern-
ment. It is now held that the Spool-
er law conveys the same privilege to
the inhabitants of the Philippines.
The I'nlted States statutes prohibit
the issue of a pnsjort to any but.
American citizens. Brit those later
acts the Foraker act and the Spong-
er uW. impose obfagntions in their
tnrn which may he regarded as qnn'-
if irtg the original act and may : ..able
the government to avoid a decision up-
on the question of American citiaen-
shfp of the islander. At any rate the
circular instructions now in formula-
tion which will he sent out to all
foiled States diplomatic and consmlar
representatives will direct them t-
Issue not certificates but gentilns
American passport to the Islanders.
THE BALL IS NOW OPEN AT
THE BIG CASH STORE
Get in the Band Wagon or you will get ieft. We have by far the largest and best assorted stock of Dry Gooods
Clothing Boots and Shoes ever brought to Chickasha and everybody knows the very great advantage there is
in buying where you have a larse assorted stock to select from. We are very anxious to reduce our stock in
order to do some speccially low preces on the follows :
Big C Canvas
L I. Canvas
Van I wide Sea Island Domestic
Soft finish BleeeWl Domestic
Vnbfcerbed fi suiting
Ready lo tine sheets
Ready to um Pillow Cases
0 spools Coats Beat Thread .
Embroidery we can give you
price you wish.
25 Dor.. Lathes Vests
from 2ic a
20 yds. for fl-00
10 1 5c.
yard up to any
Our stock of Laces anil Embroideries is immense
show you the beet assorted line in Chickasha.
12 yds of Val. Lace for
We hava an elegant display of Ladies Shirt Waists from 50c
to $2. 50. Silk Waists from $3.50 to fti.OO.
We have the largest line of Ready Made Skirts in town.
Good wash Skirts nicely trimmed only 50.
A Better One 75c.
Black Wool Skirt $1.00
And up to $5.00
Silk Skirts from $4-00 to $$.50
Our Stock of Clothing has never leen equaled in Chickasha.
We can give you Suits from $3.50 to $5.00. Good all wool
Suits $7.50. Fine all wool Suits $9.00 and $10.00. Very
tine Suits for $12.50 and 15.00.
We Sell the Old ReliableJiApIILTOr-SROWN Boots ard Shoes
THE BEST ON EARTH-
orrje arjrj see as We Will do yo6 Rigl)t.
THE BIG CASH STORE.
J. G. MAYS PROPRIETOR.
CHICKASHA IND. TEK.
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Granlee, William F. The Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 132, Ed. 1 Monday, June 3, 1901, newspaper, June 3, 1901; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc731813/m1/1/: accessed December 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.