The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 10, No. 69, Ed. 1, Tuesday, January 27, 1903 Page: 1 of 8
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ARDMOHE IND. TER. TUESDAY EVENING JANUARY 27 1903.
SUBSGRIPTfON. 55 A YEAR. NUMBER 09
)ICTS CLASH BETWEEN UNIT-
:d states and Germany.
5s Neither Side Can Back Down
Ithout Humiliation Kaiser Is
Blamed for Pursuing a Course
Which Gives Offense.
iris Jim. 20. Tho froah outburst
lmt Is unanimously described lioro
nnton Teutonic nggroselveneM ex-
illflod by tho second at'ack on
San Carlo. UaB accomplliliod tho
clo of eliciting Identical opinions
Bi Paris newspapers of every lmag-
ile strlpo of politics or religious
f ranging from the dovout Homan
ollclsm of tho unlvarso to tho
jjlstical Lnntorno and from tho
mipartlst Autortto of Paul doCaa-
ranc tho royalist mundane Qaulols
uNatlonllit flro-oatlng Pa trio and
Use to tho Jowbaltlng Llbro Parole
Sdouard Drumont the caltimlnatlng
rnnslgoant of Hanry ltochcfort tho
1 sobor-mlndcd Tlopubllcan
fip3 of Adroln Hobranl; tho con-
Wlvo Dcbats. tho vivacious Paris-
igaro and tho radical Happol ono
all bitterly donouueo Emporor
am's South American policy.
io Figaro states that Germany will.
from tho pessimist predictions
at the last moment Isomo graceful
of beating a retreat from an un
able position. Tho Qaulols calls at-
Gbn to tho "strange contradiction
-ecn pcacoful declarations mado
ho Gorman chancellor beforo tho
stag and the unquallflablo aggros-
of tho German squadron" and an.
s tho problem by asserting that
really aiming to acquire
foothold with tho Idea of
miration in Solith America. Tho
Fo Parole In an artlclo headed "Is
jar?" declares tho first bombard
it of Fort San Carlos may' bo at
jjtod to tho hot-headed German
"IirnndGr nf tho Pnnthnr. nml thla
havo boon disavowed at tho for
ifllce in Wllholm strasso Just
mosonta raid nftnr II. wnn rhnrlroit
1 disavowed by tho foreign qfllco
Jowning strcot. Tho Llbro Parolo
l jos: "Every stop Is now dlrcctod
3ie German emperor In porson. It
flat this that makos"tho situation
akngorous. Gonnany Is already
fcsod In bolllgoront acts that must
My bring her Into conflict with tho
H'd States. There Is now no way
for either Germany or the United
States to back down without humili-
ation." In French naval circlet attention Is
drawn to tho vigorous offorts mado
by Germany to carry out the pet proj-
ect of Emperor Wllllnm to have tho
navy nioro powerful than that of the
United States. In diplomatic quarters
vory moager confldonco Is nccordod
to tho Gorman protestations of acqul-
eaconco to ponceful arbitration.
German aggression in Veuesueln
arouses an undercurrent of uneasiness
in Fronch public opinion. Not only
tho Nationalists but calm academic
men like Uaron de Pierre da Couber-
tin ask whether France could remain
a passive neutral spectator In case
the expected disintegration of Austria
when tho Teutonic population of the
dual omplre wojild bo absorbed by
Germany thereby making Emperor
Wl'helm's subjects oj'ial If no ium
numerous than tho population of tho
United States. The Gnulols and oth-
or conservative papers openly declare
that France In such an event should
intervene. Added to this the feeling
that with each shot fired by tho Gor
man gunboats before San Carlos
which Increases with leaps and hounds
hero against Emperor William and tho
popular idea that mattors havo now
como to such a pass that cither Ger
many or tho Unitod Statoa must back
d( wn If war ba'w-ou Uio two countries
Is to bo avoided:
AND PLANNED IN BERLIN.
Castro Received a Letter Warning
Him That Assault Would Oectfr.
Attitude of Germany Contrast'
ed With Italy and England.
TS UIO p
KAISER'S LATEST IDEA.
Emperor Wlllam Wants to Buy the
London Times for Political Organ.
Berlin Jan. 2C. Thore aro porslst-
cnt rumors nt court and In financial
cirolos that tho Kalsor Is after tho
London Times. Ho wants a personal
organ In Great Britain and tho Times
being It is alleged. In a bad financial
way owing fo tho Increasing nomilarltv
of tho American stylo of Journalism
his majesty Is said to havo mado a
bid for It. Of courso ho could not buv
It under his own" name as that might
ruin tho proporty altogether; his Idea
Is to Induco somo. great financiers and
oap'ltallsta to buy up' tho stock- and
then sell him a majority on the nuiot
It Is said that a deal of that sort had
boon arrangod between him and Krupp
whon the latter was driven to sulcldo
by cortaln allegations about his char
actor. Honco tho kalsor's wrath
ngainst the Socialists who "murdarod
bis host friend and backor."
Whon i. cirl goos nway for a two
weeks' visit sho always comoe homo
with her hair arranged In a now way.
Tho coal tax was repealed because
a cold pcoplo were growing hot.
B. F. FREHSLEY
C L ANDKE30R
3. H. TORBETT
Ardmore. Indian TVrrl
gnated Depository for Bankruptcy Funds m Chickasaw Nation
Capital paid in $ 60000.00
Surplus and Profits 140000.00
oldest bank In Indian Territory. Accounts of Arms and iniHirtnio
Solicited upon tho most llborsl terms consistent with Rood banking.
OBERTS POLAND & BRUCE
Too Late! Too Late!
That's a bitter cr'
on a bitter cold night.
Insure before you
have an accident and
when it is too late to
cry for the milk is
We Give You Protection
That Is What You Need
L WOLVRRTON &LSON
INSURANCE AGs E NTS.
ho United Stat" minister represents
ur Interests and we wero patiently
snd silently awaiting the result of his
mission whQU this sad event occurred.
Comparo Wip conduct of England and
Italy with Germany's system of enforc-
ing tho blockade. You will see that
the latter alone has Interest In Croat-
The vatfgwiclan war minister says:
"Tho rttbrt that we fired first on tho
'anther Is stupid. Venesuela being
aware that" the guns of the fortress
were lfeci(ir and shorter range than
the German Runs had learned by the
epertoc6 of the shelling of Puerto
Cnbello that If anyone suffered It
would be the fortreee."
Cnrucns. Jan. SO. The Associated
ress correspondent htut been making
Inquiries with a view to ascertaining
whether the Gorman gunboat Panther
or Tort San Carlos fired the first rt.ot.
The foreign minister said:
0'Tho 1'nnthor on January 17 at
tacked the fort without provocation.
The gunboat approached tho front
and fired on It
Wo can guarantee that the at ck
as premeditated mid planned In Her-
tin. The proof of tLls assertion Is a
IftiPr W4 received on the morning of
January 1G from Ooracoa and which
resident Castro retnlnos in his pos-
sosslon notifying us that San Carlos
ould bo attacked botwoon January
10 nnd January 18 that Is to ny be-
fore the arrival of United States Min-
ister Bttwon at Washington.
'Another prool that the attack was
premeditated Is the clrcumstarco that
General Hello who 1b in command of
tho fortross received no notification
ns to the object of the Panther in ap
proaching tho fortress similar ti tho
rltton ultimatum that the Germans
transmitted through tho United State?
consul to tho Venezuelan representa-
tive nt Puerto Cabello whon Fort Lib-
orator was shelled."
Tho lottor roforrcd to abovo has
been communicated to cortaln legations.
Tho! corrdp'emdent also saw Dr.
Torros Cardonas .President Castro's
Sccrdtary; Dr. Gardaiiaa was at first
unwilling to dlsctiBS tho matter but
af forwards said:
"The Panthor attacked first. "Wo
havo proof of It. Gormany may try to
xplaln hor conduct by assorting that
tho fort fired on tho vossols first but
wo dony It It was not tho fortross
which Is immovablo that called on
tho GormanB. No; it was tho Panthor.
which was enforcing the blockade out
side the bar six miles from the fort
ress which ono morning camo and at
tackod fortross. Why should wo at
tack? Have wo trlod slnco Decembor
9 to troublo tho Gormans English or
Italians notwithstanding tholr ag
grosslve policy? Our role was fin
lshed a fortnight ago. Mr. Uowon
TEXAS CATTLE IN SOUTH AFRICA
England lo Tiring of Her Agreement
t With Germany.
New York Jan. 26. The Anglo-
German alliance becomos more un
popular every day according to a dis-
patch from Ixmdon to the Tribune.
nightly or wrongly the feollng Is
growing that the Berlin government
Is doing its best to involve England
In a. qnarrol with America. It Is diffi-
cult to suy what will be the outcome
of tho Snn Carlos Incident.
Henry Norman who Is ono of tho
ablost critics of foralgn affairs In tho
houso of commons points out that al-
though tho Monroo doctrine has boon
formally recognized by Groat Britain
It has not boon recognized by Germany
and as nobody who follows German
opinion closoly doubts for a moment
that tho misunderstanding botwoon
this country and America would be
vory fnr from being a mattor for sor
row In aormany. It woa a master
stroko of diplomacy for tho kalsor to
Involglo tho British government Into
this nlllanco for point nctlon within
the sphard of tho Monroo doctrine.
Contract Let for Shipment of 100000
to That Country.
Ponsacola l'la Jan. 2C Tho Ling-
ham Trading nnd I.umbor company of
London which recently Inaugurated
a line of steamers botwoen Ponsacola
and South African ports has received
a contract for handling 100.000 hoad
of Texas cattle through this port to
South Africa and the next voseol of
the line which is due bore in n few
weeks will onrry a large cargo of
livestock. Tho first stenmor ot the
lino which wont out n fow months ago
carried out several hundred head of
this lot which was nu oxparlment on
tho part of tho shipper it being fear
ed that the cattle would not thrive In
tho changed cllmato. A cable has
now boon rocolvod stating that the
entire lot waB thriving nnd to com-
mence lr shipment again. Bvory ves
sel of the lino going out will now carry
livestock until tho 100000 bond aro
BLOCKADE ENDS WEDNESDAY.
Bowen's Proposal Accepted Blockade
to Bo Raised at Once
la Guayra. Vonoztiola Monday Jan.
20. I havo hoard from woli Informed
porsons In ollloial circles that tho
blockado will bo raised by Uo powers
Caracas Jan. 26. Tho Assoolatod
Pross oorrospondont has Just rocolvod
a communication from tho British na-
val officer at La Guayra Informing hlin
that the blockado will It railed on
Day Accepts Appointment.
Canton O. Jan. 2C Judgo W. S.
Day has accoplcd tho tondor ot nn ap-
polntmont ns associate Justice ot the
United Slates supromo court.
Judgo Day said today In answer to
a query as to his nppolntmont: "I
rccolved tho appointment from Presi
dent lloosovolt Saturday. I mailed
my nccoptanco this morning."
Judgo Day doos not know whon tho
appointment will bo sent to the sen
Sentence Will Bo Commuted.
London Jan. 2G. It Is now gonoral
ly conceded that tho death sontonco
passed upon Col. Arthur Lynch who
was found guilty of high treason on
Friday last will bo commuted to nonal
sorvltudo for life subject to further
consideration nftcr a torm ot years.
Ardmoro coal Is 100 por emit bet
tor than It was last year. Ordor it
from tho Ardmoro Ico Co. 2-U
Will buy a nlco homo of thrco rooms
In doslrablo neighborhood. Larco lot
shetls and flno well ot wntor.
Will buy a lino C-room framo dwolllnu
on choice northeast corner lot closo
Five-room dwelling largo lot barn
woll and cistern D strcot nnd 4tb
nvonuo southwest. A cholco location.
If you want a homo you will find
any of thoso to bo gonulno snaps. For
particular nnd urgent reasons thoso
low prices nro offorcd for a short tlmo
Tho Retifield Agency
Real Estate Rents Loans.
Arc! more - Ind. Tcr.
Lanliam Appoints Sayers.
Austin Tox. Jan. 20. Governor)
Lanham today appointed formor Gov.
ornor Sayers as Texas World's Fair
commissioner nt large. Tho appoint
ment was mado at tho unanimous re-
quest ot tho othor mombcrs of the
Toxas World's Fair commission.
Crown Prince Becomes Regent.
Stockholm Jan. 2C. King Oscar has
dccldod to temporarily intrust tho
government of tho country to the
crown prince Gustaf who will take
Over tho regency noxt week.
This action of the king Is taken as
a result of modlcal advice. Ho has
abandoned his projoctod visit to Nor
A. BIVENS President DON LACY Vice-President
A. H. PALMER Cashier. W. A. WOLVERTON Asst. Cashier
CITY NATIONAL BA
Ax?r3ivioi2e:. i- T-!
Capital and Surplus $100000.00
You never at any other time in your
llfO hnd an opportunity to buy pants
so cheap ns Is now offorcd at
23-4 ED HINGEH'S
Accounts ot arms and individuals solicited. Courteous treatment
Accorded all alike.
HIGH PATENT FLOUR
It is the Best
ft" WHALEY MILL & ELEVATOR CO.
v The First National BAnk 1
of Marietta I. T.
Oilers to depositors evory facility which their balances buairtca
and responsibility warrant.
Judge Overton Love Holmes Willis
Geo. M. D. Holford Jas. N. Kirkpatrick
Jas. A. White W. S. Derrick
E. F. Graham H. A. Kirkpatrick J. G. Butler
Security for Depositor Borrower and Bank Our Motto
'Ardmore I. T.
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Largest ol any Bank In the Chickasaw Nation?
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0. M. Campbell Vice-Pres
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Q. W. Young Stockman
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