The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 184, Ed. 1, Friday, June 10, 1904 Page: 1 of 8
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AIIDMOJIE. INI). TEH. E HI DAY KVKXING .UWIS 10. 19(U
SUBSCRIPTION 50G PER MONTH NUMBER KM
UNITE IN FORMING AN INDUS'
Is an Organization to Promote the
Business Interests Secure Just
Freight Rates and Better
HI Reno Okla. June 8. The Okla-
homa Federation of Commercial and
Industrial organisations met In the
ccurt house here today at 10 o'clock
and effected a permanent organiza-
tion whose purposo Is to securo the
co-operation of tao various commer-
cial and Industrial bodies of the two
territories In correcting evils of dl?
criminative freight rates; to sec that
equitable laws governing Insurance
collections corporations exemptions
etc.. aro enacted and to work togeth-
er for the general commercial 'and In-
dustrial weal. Frank M. Robinson of
I.iwton acted as presldont and Hen-
ry P. Robbing of South McAlestor as
Tho federation was wolcomod to
El Reno by J. E. Jones president or
tho chamber of commerce and J. A.
Goodwin secretary of tho organiza-
tion. Tho by-laws ndopted provldo for
en executive committee of seven mem-
bors including the president and sec-
retary. There Is to be a vice prosl
dent from each county oi Oklahoma
and each recording district oi the In-
dian Territory Those nre to bo se-
lected by the executive commi'
Officers wuro chosen for tho com-
ing year a3 follows: F. M. Robinson.
Lawton president; J. H. Johnston
Oklahoma City. secretary; J. A Good-
win El Reno treasurer; A. C. Seelly
Watonga Henry P. Bobbins South
McAlestor P. n. Hopkins Muskogee
Sidney Suggs Ardmore A. W. Mc-
Keand Guthrie executive committee.
The noxt meeting will bo held at
Oklahoma City June 13. 1005 Each
commercial club in tho two territories
and other industrial organizations nre
eligible to- membership.
There was a faTr attondanco. from
Oklahomn ' but tho Indian Territory
was not well represented at today's
meeting. At tho conclusion of tho
session the visitors wore taken cn a
drive over tiie city and given n band
concort at night.
Special attention was given at to-
day's mooting to tho abuses In regard
to coal. Undor tho present system
coal dealers and consumers aro worst-
ed by tho fact that there Is no pro-
tection to the coal after tho cars
leave the mines. A Dunn of Oklaho-
ma City mado an extended address
on this subject and tho Toleration
agreed to Join the retail coal dealers'
association In an effort to securo des-
tination weight of coal to remedy
abuses of discriminative rrelght
rates which nre now In clear viola-
tion of law.
Tho federation tendered to John R.
Rose secretary of tho Oklahoma City
chamber of commerce a voto of
thanks for his earnosS endeavors ex-
tending over two years to get a ter-
L. P. ANDERSON. P.ra-.Ident -C.
L. ANDERSON Cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Ardmore Indian Territory.
Designated Depository for Bankrupt Funds ot Chickasaw Nation
Capital paid in S 60000 00
Surplus Funds 18 POP O
Tota ! .$24uOO0 uU
The iAAfB n'lir. I'dlan TerMii ry A'-ct unt- ..f t!m- if" ;i
aolti iti il UP' i tn ni'il 'Ibera term- f"nl'ii -mi o c v i i
W. S. WOLVERTOrl & SON
Insurance Bonds Ral Estates
AJD ABSTRACTS. .
Tlic l.'irm Mii'i Si pmi k !
It t" Twm T f rrf i ci
Manager- Andniore Abstract Co.
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(jENKkAI. .iHr.M-- J l i . ..
( 'rf..''"! 5 f r nltl V u . li.mi.i. fV l
ntoiial organization. He was al
done the umtsunl honor of being
elected an honorary member of tin
association owing to tho fact that he
Is soon to retire from commercial club
work In tho territory.
SPONSOR IN CHIEF.
Appointment Goes to Miss Julia Cab-
bcr of Durant.
C. A. Skcen division commander
of tho Sons of Confederate Veterans
has appointed Miss Julia Cibher of
Durant sponsor; Miss Murray of Lind-
say maid of honor nnd Miss Lizzie
Jackson of Viola second maid of lien-
or. A Heavy Snow Storm.
Leadvllle. Colo. June I'. A heavy
snowstorm began here today. Four
Inches of snow covers the ground.
WILL BE PERMITTED SAYS SEC-
Cables Instructions for Dealing With
the Brigands Who Kidnaped
American No Immunity Will
Washington. Juno i). Secretary
Hay has cabled Consul General Sum-
mers at Tangier Instructions for
dealing with fne brigand llalsull
which position 1 sto rofraln from com-
mitting the United States to guaran-
tee immunity for the tirtganns or in
any way to take any act that would
amount to n recognition of tho right
of brigandage and blackmail In Mo-
rocco. This attitude will be adhered
to regardless of consequencos to Per-
dicarls. Ralsuli tho Moorish bandla wlTohns
achieved such world wide famo by
kidnaping Mr. Perdlcarls and his En-
glish son-in-law and i.olding thorn Tor
ransom. Is nn unusually clever ex-
cillclal of the Moorish sultan who
spent some years In Algeria wheri
he acquired a knowledge of logerdc-
maln which has given him an Im-
mense influence over his followers
who regard him as possessed of super-
natural powers. Dozens of stories
could be tcld how by tricks of con-
juring this man ha3 Impressed his
adherents with the conviction th-
his life is charmed and that he Is
under tho special protection of Allah
Da Costa. Nickel.
Woman Mus: Die.
Now York. Juno 0. For the flrat
tlmo in fi.rty years a woman has
been doomed through 'refusal of the
court of pardons to intorfere to death
on the gallows for murder Mrs. An-
na Valontlna who killed Mrs. Roslo
Salza at LoJI N. J. last March will
be the victim and she will probably
bo executed Juno 1G at Hackensack.
At her trial Mrs. Valentina con-
fessed her crime and said in open
court sue was ready to die. She sil
that tho Salza woman called her vl'
names and In a fronzy sho stabbed
her tormentor seventeen times with
a long-bladed carving knife.
B. F. FRENSLEY. Vlce-Pres
C. S. MAUPIN Ass't Cashier.
MINERS AND SOLDIERS FIGHT.
ONE IS KILLED.
General Dell Invades the County
Which Is Not Under Martl.il Law
and Is Attacked Many Union
Men Are Arrested. .
Victor Colo. June 9. A squad
of mounted Infantry left today In pur-
Milt of 55 union miners said to be
encamped on Heaver creek.
Cripple Creek. Colo. June !. After
a night of Intense excitement and n
battle between the troops and '.''k-
ers at Dunnvllle a small sklrmUh on
Illg Hull Hill and the wrecking of tho
Victor Record ofllce matters pave
quieted down nnd It Is generally be-
lieved tho worst Is over.
A question may arise at Dinnvlllo
between the authorities as It was
foii?ht In Fromcnt county nnl John
Carloy who was killed was brought
fi Teller county. DunnvMle rJurteen
mCos south ot Victor a short distauco
Ic-s'oml tho border or Toller (ounty
.h!ch alone hns been decldod by the
givornor to bo In a state of Ir.surrec-
t'on and rebellion. Adjutnnt .'.r.neral
Dell's right to send troops out of tho
territory which Is under martial law is
disputed but ho claims authority to
do this undor the paragraph which
orders the calling out of troops. It
Ir considered remarkable uily one
man was killed In the Uunnvlllo bat-
tle. The contesting forces were auout
200 soldiers and deputies under the
personal command of Oencral Roll
and sixty-five miners secreted behind
rocks and trees. Tho attacking- party
walked through a narrow canyon Into
nn open gulch whore the town of
Dunnvllle is located and was subject-
ed to a hail of bullets from tho rocks
high nbovo. prcbably 2.000 shots wore
fired on both sides only one man be-
ing hit so far as known.
John Carloy was In tho timber nn-1
was slain by a bullet from a Krag-
Jorgensen hold by a man In tho firing
sqund of Sergeant Haldwln. The dirt
and rocks around tho feet of tho In-
vaders nnd newspaper mon who a-
w.. v.. v.... nv.-ii. biuuui: up us
though a noavy hall storm had boon)
In progross. but not a man wns
After several minutes' hot work de-
suirory firing was kept up for an hour.
About twenty men were captured.
Fourteen of these were mnmbors of
tho miners union and wore brought
to the camp and impr.-sonod thu oth-
ers being released.
Santa Fe Cuts Force.
Cleburne Texas. Juno 9. There
was a general cut In the car depart-
ment of tho Santa Fe shops here last
night fceventy-flve men were lnld
off Including a largo percentage of
skilled workmen. It Is annnouced
tho object 13 to reduce expenses.
Ask for Da Costa. Tho cigar that
ARDMORE irJD. TER.
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HAS YET DEEN MADE DY THE
JAPS ON PORT ARTHUR.
Rumors to Contrary Are Untrue and
Were Made by Chinese Fugitives.
Togo Sends In Torpedo Boats
Which Return Uninjured.
St. Petersburg. June 1). The war
office is In sestun of InformntTjn
which the ofliclttlt decro warrant a
contradiction of the rcirU brought
by Chinese fugitives from Chefoo of
a land attack" and sen attack on Port
Arthur and extensive carnage to the
An olflclut dispatch from Rear Ad-
miral Wlttsooft dated June T reports
tho enemy has been bombarulng Port
Arthur intormlttontly from the son.
but does not mention serious opera-
tions from tho land side. The gen-
eral staff seems certain tho onomy's
slogo guns have not yet been brought
Iondun June 9. Although yester-
day's dispatches said a genornl as-
sault on Port Arthur had begun to-
day's news Indicates that tho Informa-
tion was premature. Chefoo today
reports that the Japanese aro now
mounting heavy guns around the
heights about Port Arthur nnd occu-
rs a semicircle twenty-four miles
The explanntlLii of the heavy can-
nonading reported yesterday Is found
In an official Toklo dlspatcn today i
saying that four gunboats made .
closo reconnolsanco of Port Arthur
to examine tho harbar. They wero
oxposed to severe lire (iiinboat No.
4 was struck olght times. One man
was killed and two wounded.
Tlon Tsln Jnue 9. Viceroy Yuan
Shal Kal sont Taotal Liu to New
Chwang to Investigate tho death of
Louis Etzol thu correspondent of the
London Dally Tolegraph. It Is now
rtportod he was foully dealt with.
London. June 9. The St. James On-
zette says a rumor Is current on the
stock exchange that Port Arthur has
fallen. The rumor can not bo con-'
Ilrmed. Tho Exchnngo Tolegraph
company also reports tho fall of Port
Artliur. saying the Japaneso lost
Rome Juno 9. A dispatch from
Ylnkcw Manchuria today says the
nttack on Port Arthur has beon pro-
ceeding since Saturday from land nnd
sea. Jt Is asserted that the fall of
tho foiros3 Is Imminent.
Toklo Juno 9. Admiral Tcgo re
ports that on the night of June 7 he
sent eight small torpoJo boats from!
the battleships of his squadron to
make a roconnolsance of Port Arthur i
The boats wont far Insldo and wero !
exposed to the Russian fire. One sail-
er and one petty officer wore killed. '
Tho boat3 escaped aamagc.
That are ICE SAVERS at
R. A. JONES
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Admiral Kaotnka reports on June
i he landed men on Sun Shan and
Taku Inlands. In Tnllen Wan bay. fm
the purjiose of limiting a reconnot-
mince. They found ninny building-
there only partly destroyed. In th
hospitals some supplies were also
Newspaper Labor Troubles.
Denlson. Texas. June !. The labor
troubles has been carried Into news-
paper circles. Charles Scholl. editor
of tho Dispatch has been lined $25
by the tM)grnphleal union for Join
lug the Industrial Alliance which Is
lighting the labor unions. Scholl was
given until today to withdraw from
the alliance. Ho refuses to pay the
line or sever connection with tho al
llnnce. His union label has been Jr
mnnded and bis printers notified that
their enrds will be taken up If they
continue to work for tho Dispatch.
SEVEN ARRESTS MADE IN CON.
NECTION WITH RECENT RAID.
Prisoners Taken to Tishomingo Yes-
terday Afternoon Examining Tri-
al In Progress Today Before
Judge Gullett Prosecutor.
Tishomingo I. T. Juno 10. Deputy
Evans yesterday arrostod at Madlll
John (Jrldor O. V. Hondorson.
Frank Venson Tom Rorlo Albert Ly-
dor Chas. McKean and Mnck Ruth-
erford. Thoy aro charged with con-
spiracy to rob people of tholr con-
stitutional rights. These arrests are
tho rosult or the recent trouble there
In which tho nogroos wero driven
from tho town by a crowd of whites.
Tho prlsonors wero brought here
for a preliminary trial before Com-
missioner Oiillott. which la now In
progross. District Attorney Johnson
enmooveron this morning's local from
Ardmore to conduct tho prosecution.
FLOOD AT TISHOMINGO.
Pennington on Rampage Choctav.
Bridge In Danger.
Spochil to tho Ardmorolto.
Tishomingo I. T.. Juno 10. Pen
ulngton Is higlior than It has been
for five years. Tho Tishomingo bot-
tling works .Is undor wntor. The
Choctaw rallrcad brldgo is sprung
Later Tho Choctaw bridge on Pen-
nington creek .that wus thought to bo
sprung Is reported as being alright
and the creek going down fast.
Red River Booming.
Denlson Tox Juno 9. J. L. Dod-
sen who arrived last night from tho
Chickasaw nation reports large num-
bers of cattle drowned In an overflow
of tho Washita river.
Red river rose twelvo fool last
night and nil ferrvl communication
in tho Torrltcry Is cut off.
The railway conditions havo not
Improved much. The Frisco Tins put
to work large gangs or mon repairing
their track3 on tho Red river division.
Tho situation Is not much Improv-
ed on tho Katy.
J. A. BIVENS President.
DON LACY Vice-President.
THE CITY NATIONAL BANK
nuawof flrtns and IndlTlduali
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i Whiieman Brothers Company
Vhoiessle Dhtrlbutorj. Ardmore I. T.
AT MILL CREEK AND THRCE PEO-
PLE ARE DROWNED.
Their Bodies Found Lodged In Trees.
Two Hundred Feet of Frisco
Track Washed Away Streams
Higher Than Ever Known.
Spoclnl to the Ardmorolte.
Mill Creek. I. T. Jurte 10. As ft
result ot a waterspout whlsh ooenr-
red about one mile north of this
place this morning nr r:30 o'cleak.
Mrs. It. If. Wilson ami 2-year-old Ihi-
by and Miss Fay Dnvls wen Jrowned
In Spring Creole.
Miss Davis who was the daughUr
of W. E. Davis manager of the Les-
ter gin. was spending the night with
Mrs. Wilson who lived In tho lower
pnrt of town. Mrs. Wilson's husband
was away at work in the Ktmss
wheat fields and efforts aro being
mndo to locnto him and Inform (tin:
o the snd news.
It Is supposed that tho drowne
parllos wore asleep when the rlao
struck tho building which was de-
molished and tho occupants thrown
Into the rushing wnter. Tholr bod-
ies wero found this morning lodged
li. trees down the stream. The body
of the child especially was several
feet above tho water when found.
Resides tho Wilson house a resi-
dence belonging to Hon Reynolds was
washed away but fortunntoly no ono
occupied tho building at tho tlmo.
Two hundred foot of Frisco trncx
was carried away by tho water.
This morning old Mill Crook Is ton
feet under wntor and tho stream Is
ono mile wide. Pennington creek Is
four foot higher than over known be-
fore. As a result of this Hood thoro will
bo much dnmaga to property nnd
crops . Thoro Is some fonr that other
llvos may havo beon sacrificed b'
until Information can bo secured from
tho country liolow hero this matter
will not bo known.
If you want a nice iilace to take
your lady bring her to Julius Kahn's.
No wagon Is better than the Moll tie.
For them see NOBLE I1R03.
Twj pieces of desirable city resi-
dence property for farm proporty or
intoi married citizens or freedman's
or surplus allotments.
Will buy a good two-room house on
7o aavo housea to rent. Seo us
about real ostato deals.
Redfield Realty Co.
t'p-Stairs In Post Office Bldg'
A. H. PALMER Cashier.
FRED C. CARR Asst. Cashier
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