The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 303, Ed. 1, Sunday, October 30, 1904 Page: 1 of 8
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ARDMORE END. TER SUNDAY MOHN'INOi OCTOBER 30. IH04.
SUBSCRIPTION 500 PER MONTH
TEXAS MILLER'S ASSOCIATION
WILL PROSECUTE VIOLATORS.
Even Bran li Adulterated How It Is
Possible for Dealers to Mix Feed
Stuffs and Thereby Make More
Profits Cut Out Rice.
"II Mm ply means that the Texas
Millers' Association lias decided that
all dealers who aro not good muBt bo j
made to bo good" said Olcn Walker .
of this city yesterday. In discussing'
tho announcement published In this
Issue of the Record to tho effort that
the Texns Millers' Association will
Rive $100 reward for the conviction of
any one violating the pure food law
passed by the state legislature nomo
six years ago. The provisions of this
law aro explicit. Tho law records:
"That any person firm corporation
or agent employe or representative of
any person firm corporation niniut
facturer or denier In said manufactur-
ed wheat or corn products In original
packages nnd offering the samo for
sale In this state whether said pack
ages arc sold singly or In lots; and all
manufacturers or dealers of flour
meal or feed from tho nbovo enumerat-
ed grain products in this state when
offering the samo for sale in original
packages whether sold In single pack-
ages or in lots shall place in large
legible letters and figures not less
than two inches in size on tho pack-
age or packages so offcrcu for salo
the name of tho contents nnd tho ac-
tual net weight of tho contents or
said package or packages; and it shall
bo unlawful for any person to sell or
offer for salo any of the articles men-
tioned in this net which havo been
falaely labeled knowing the same to
bu falsely labeled. All adulterated
wheat or corn products shall have
stamped upon the sack or barrels
"This law further provides that any
person found guilty of violating the
provisions of the law shall on convic-
tion bo fined not less than $100 or more
"Tho object of tho Miller's Associa-
tion in offering this reward is to guar-
antee to nil members of tho associa-
tion equal chances in bidding for bus-
ines. You will note that this docs not
prohibit the sale of adulterated wheat
or corn products but It does make it
compulsory on those who adulterate
their foodstuffs to plninly mark the
packages to this effect.
"Of Inte years especially since the
production of rlco has become abun-
dant several of the dealers havo been
adulterating their wheat bran with
rlco bran. Now wheat bran Is worth
from $1S to $22 per ton while rlco
bran Is worth from $12 to $15 a ton
and tho difference between tho price
of these two commodities represents
just that much velvet.
"Then ngaln It has como to our
knowledge that some of tho dealers
havo been mixing their wheat bran
with triturated rlco hulls nice hulls
reduced to a powder ore nearly tho
samo color as wheat bran but there
Is no more nutriment in them than
thero is In so much wood. In fact nt
some of tho rice mills efforts-hnvo been
made to utilize theso rlco hulls for
fuel. It has been found that less thnn
lii per cent of them can be destroyed
by fire. This was demonstrated by
the weighing of tho ashes.
"Again it hns come under our no-
tice that dealers havo been selling
corn chops that have boon adulterated
with rlco mixtures. This Is also in
violation of tho law and wo hopo to
put a stop to It It will be observed that
tho law prohibits dealers as well as
'.manufacturers from selling adulter-
ated wheat and corn stuffs without
making the packages in which they
are sold to this effect
"Tho members of tho Texas Mill-
ers' Association havo carcrully 'con-
sidered this wholq matter. It Is tbb
unanimous opinion of tho members
of tho association that this Js a good
law and should bo observed "Wo will
exert every effort to havo It obeyed and
tho offer of roward that tho associa-
tion makes is made in good faith."
Fort Worth Record.
If you value your eyesight como In
and let us examine you at the first
Blgn of any eye trouble. No char go for
30 F. J. RAMSEY TrusgM.
INDIAN TRIDE IS CORRUPT.
Inspector Says that the Wlnnebagoes
Disregard Marriage Customs.
Sioux City la. Oct 29 "Ten timos
worse than those of nny other Indian
reservation In the United States" Is
what A. O. Wright government Indian
inspector says about conditions of
tho Winnebago reservation after mak-
ing an official Investigation regarding
the morals of the Indlnns of that
"I have never heanl of anything like
It " continued Wright. "1 could toll
you things that would raise your hair
but no newspaper would print them
I nm convinced that there Is not an
other Indian reservation In the United
States where conditions would com
pare for rottenness with those of the
Wlnnebagoes. A system of free love
seems to prevail among them and not
very well organized nt that.
"The Indians of that reservation
havo almost no respect for tho mar
riage relation. Coudltioiit arc nothing
short of frightful. Few couples take
tho trouble to go through any sort of
marriage ceremony anil the men nnd
women ihnngo about from ono to nn
other just about as it suits them.
"I have been on numerous resorva
tlons but this bents me. I would not
brand all the men nnd women on the
.reservation as unchaste but I am
i bpenklng of general conditions."
Itev. Knther Joseph Schell the priest
i who has been tho chlof prosecutor In
dm investigation of conditions exist-
ing between the traders on tho Wlnne.
lago Indian reservation nnd tho In
dlnns. Is Incensed because Mr. Wrlghi
excluded him fiom the room whore the
testimony of tho Indlnns were being
I taken and declares that Mr. Wright
expects to whitewash tho traders
against whom the priest has mado
charges. Father Schell says ho will
carry tho matter to tho president it
necessary and tbo investigation is
still going on.
"These frauds must bo stopped the
cormptlonists must be restrained and
the Indians protected" says the priest
" have In my pocket a letter from
one of the most lnliuenti.il republican
politicians of-Nebraska urging me to
contluuo my work at tho reservation
and If another whitewash results as
In several former Investigations he
will acompany mo to Washington .tad
together wo will lay our evidence be-
ft re President Roosevelt nnd Sec.-Jla-ry
A MILLION DOLLAR BLAZE IN
One Life Lost Four Ocean Vessels
Badly Damaged Fire Sweeps
Over Pier6 and Warehouses Do-
ing Tremenduous Damage.
New York. Oct. 21). l'lro believed
to have been of Incendiary origin
j swept over tho I'iers' warehouses and
shipping at the Hush Terminal Com-
pany's stores South Urooklyn today.
The loss Is estimated at more than
$1000. Ono life that of a po-
liceman Is known to have been lost
i and other dead may be found later.
A fireman was badly lnjurod. Four
Mine ocean-going steamships were bad-
ly damaged having been ablaz3 from
bow to stern and hundreds of thous-
ands of dollars worth of cotton hemp
.and the general cargo that the Cht-
i.n ships bring In were partlilly des-
troyed. After a battle of more thnn
threo hours by tho entire Urooklyn
department tho flames were pronoun-
(i:ed under control. At first the hrcnien
could make no headway. Fanned by
a strong breeze tho smoko from tho
Lurning hemp prevented tho men from'
ppproachlng ono section of ho fire
while the blaze of tho burning" cotton"
and In the holds of the steamships
could not bo affected by tho water.
At tho examining trial of Uco Com-
stock for tbo killing of Picas Seals
yesterday It was the Judgment of the
commissioner that thq killing was pure.
ly accidental and Mr. Comstock was
discharged. The roan was very
much affoctod and feelingly in a
brokon voice told tho crowded court
room that ho wished to God ho could
take tho poor boy's place. Ada Nowa
Don't you nood a ntco heater for
your partor. Ph'ono C4.
UP A STUMP
INTERMARRIED INDIANS FACE A
Hitchcock Wants New Ruling and Or
ders Dawet Commlslon to Adjus-
tlcate Old Cases A Complete
Revolution in Ergo.
A Muskogee special t'd's up tho
Dawes commission today received p.n
order from tho secretary to ailjttilt-
nfiln (lw. Kniu .if Ihn Inl .irnin rrtn.l
claimants to citizenship in tho Choc-! Several details and formalities are it an appropriation of $1400 but thel r(;t sukmkvI Infctlllod tho garri-
taw and Chlckasnw Nations who havo '-'t to be arranged but tho proposal lugislaturo killed tho bill and thoro has son f;r. tl belonjjued fortress with a.
been left off the rolls by the citizen-
ship court because tlicy did not mnko
application In tlmo. The order also
Instructs tho commission to withhold
from allotment tho lands on which
Improvements are owned by thoso
claimants until their rights are defi
nitely determined. This order proba-
bly uffects 100 citizens nnd their al-
lotments In question.
The most reinarknblo part about the
order Is however the fnct that It Is In
direct vnrlnnio with nn order recent- spam tor me portion oi mo husiiiu wxpianauons on lessons uy iciiiitn .(( being left. The soldiers are
ly made by tho attomoj general to squadron coin onicd In the North Sea Prof. Sclvldge. holding feasts on horses killed by
tho effect that the commission has Incident to remain at Vigo until tho J Hlblo readings "The Origin of Tith- Bilu8 f!tn gmnotf It Is said would
no jurisdiction whatever In the matter. Inquiry Is completed. This doubtless lug" Allison Coleman. Isurrendod. but is overruled by Gen
It also completes n circle eight years will be obtained. The remainder of tlio( Query No. 1 "Why should we give jsioossol.
in tho making by bringing theso clt- Russian squadron Is expected to pro- to God?" Discussion. "Certain troops Included In the gar-
Izenshlp cases back to where they were ( coed to Its destination. Prayer. - "' . rlsou have to bo closely watched nt
eight years beforo when tho Dawes It is suggested thai n.t.cles or tho( Song. . prosent for fear of desertion or trcach-
commission passed upon them. treaty concluded ni the Hague furn-( "Does (iod demand a tenth or our (ry nn nnvn hospitals are
In 1S90 those Intermarried cltl- lh a good and satisfactory basis for( MSsenHlons?" Miss H. Wilcox. 'crowded and hygonlc conditions ar
zona were admitted to citizenship by the contemplated procedure. Art. Query No. 2 f Should money alone incoming desperate. The bombardment
the Dawes commission. Tuen Juris-1 nnd others of the convention dealing constitute our basis Tor giving?" Dls-)nl meg (jJ gn ucvsi(ant tnnt It I Ira-
diction was passed out of tho commls- l ) iKriintJona lym-jnilsslons of jcrrsslon. 1 ' posslblo to bury tho dead to nny depth
slon nnd vested In tho federal courts. (Inquiry regarding "differences involv- it s morc blessed to gtvotban to over ono-hnlf of tho original garrlsotr
Tho courts admitted the claimants. Ing neither honor nor vital Interest receive." Miss A. Adklns. " 'js dead wounded or sick. t
Then came an act of congress wiping
out both tbo decisions of the commls-
slon nnd tho federal courts and plac-
ing all citizenship matters under tho
citizenship court created especially!
for that purpose. Tho nation has never
dented tho rights or the Intcnnar-!
ried citizens nnd tho national attor-
n. in)A f .i. i. .
. . . . .
necessary o apply to the citizenship
court as they had already boon nd-
m.tted and the nation would not ques-
tton their rights. Jiter tho attorney-
general made a ruling that those who
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""w l'l-.-at.u. io u.o ciu -
s.i-iiaiiiii cuuriH wuuiu nut no given ni- inn unannci squnnron. is reporioii m
lotments nnd before n great many havo signaled them "situation crltl-
claimants could apply the citizenship ml. Good luck." ' .
court closed its dockets. This left out Throughout tho affair the recent
tho claimants referred to with no Anglo-French understanding has been
court or tribunal with Jurisdiction to n potent element and Ambassador Cam
which they could appeal. Now tho
secretary of the Iniorl
commission to tako up theso cases
nnd ndjudlcnte them. This will moan
endless work as the records In theso
cases were turned over to tho federal
courts and tho commission will hnvo
to weed out tho clnlmnnts who aro
entitled to citizciiBhlp from hundreds
. .iuiui wuu are not. .nu wnon It is
done they will bo exactly where they
wero eight years ago when tbo mat-
tor was taken out of their hands.
The commission Is up a stump bo -
cause the order of tho secretary Is
dlroetlv nnnnsod In tho rullm nt n
- "! i
attorney-general who says that thero
Is no authority which can act as a
tribunal in such cases except tho cit-
It looks like tho citizens In question
nnd there nre many of them nro In n
fair wav to lose their allotments. Rnmn
of theso aro vorv unable. Ono lnstnnrn
Is that of a man named McCov who has
a largo farm adjoining the town ot
Ardmoro. Ho hns valuable Improve -
ments and is an unquestioned citizen
but failed to got In his application bo-
foro tho proper court. His allotment
of 320 acres is probably worth $130
Have jvm purchased your Beason
ticket for tho Lyceum Course Tho
Hungarian Orchestra Tuesday night.
" Sulnhur TOWnie ' leglJatlon enacted for tho territory harbor 1(18 bcen ma' ana nat 0x0
Mr C J McGlnnis of Sulnhur who onJ tho PC"P' 8ould bring all the Japanese "ttack on the frirtrpss is bo-
J;LC:i' "t. ?u '! AU'PbUr'. tK.ure to bear on conessmen to coming more furious. Tfils report lackB
... . .
government toward tho sulnhur town.
site aro seemingly unsettled. It Is
proposed to build a new town north
and northwest of tho present reserva
tion He was of tho opinion howover
that a groat deal of monev
vould be spent by the Federal govern
ment to Improve tho place though
nothing doflnlto has bcen agreed upon
Pay less and dress better by buying
trllor-made clothing from the Misfit
Clothing Parlor. 30
COURT OF INQUIRY WILL SETTLE
NORTH SEA INCIDENT.
The Hague Convention Furnishes Sat-
isfactory Basis for Procedure
The Rupture was One Most
Grave Russian Fleet.
lominn. Oct. 21). The Associated
I'ress U authorized to stnto that n
atlfaftory settlement of the Anglo-
Kill! Mil UlBDUtU UaS 00011 rOHCIieil.
matter to a court or in-
qniry has been accepted.
Tho entire dispute was ended when
Ambassador liockcndorff saw I ml
l.nnsdowne after today's caulnut meet-
ing. A final Inquiry will bo hold at tho
Hague under the niles of the Hague
convention. The nppolntmenl of ar-
bitrators will be discussed by Ambassn.
dor HenckendorlT nnd lird ltuds-
downe. The only detail which remains
'to be arranged is the permission of
apse from differences or opinion on
points of fact." and who tho court of
Iqnulry shall be constituted are con -
sldcred to meet the situation
How near was tho rupture is evl-t
denced by tho ract that Groat Urltaln
wont to tho length of conveying a'
strong hint to Russia that unless sat-!
i..ii .. .1 I
. ...... Thi rlvll term of court will convene
quale Inquiry and punishment of the 1 civil l" e
guilty the Russian squadron would nt Ada next Monda with Judge iown-
not be a.iowed to proceed beyond GI- -J P-.d.ng. The docket is
brnlta. Even this morning In dispatch- 111
lug cruisers from Glbrnlta. Vice Ad- Court does not convene at this place
. ..until next Junuarv. '
.m.nu .xiru um-uuiu mummuuc-. ui
bon. whether acting porsonnlly or on
been very InilustrloiiH and In close re-
latlonship with the Ilritlsh government
and tho Russian embassy to tiring
about an honorable settlement.
Delegation to Washington.
With tho coming session of congress
tt Is learned that tho business and
mud Interests of the Chlckasnw Nation
1-ni ...... .i - .i..i..nti i ...... ....
lfor the purpose of-watchlng the Inter-
'ts )f the non-cltlzcns of this nation
8 kcly lnt a wc Unown aUor.
. . . .... ...
iioy oi Aruniore win ue one oi uiu
The defecation will attomni lo have
a law passed removlnc tho restrictions
on Indian lands. It Is nlso said that
.. ll..l ill ..
to have the land lease law changed.
Tho business Interests of Ardmoro -
I ...m... . '
..o... ...n .iun.
caly n r0Kard to leases."
j Any radical action on tho part of
congress will have a bnd effect on the
merchants. Just now n large number
r farmers aro coming to tho territory
d are leasing lands. We should
mnl;n nn ihnrt In boon lliom horo Iml I
if enmrross disturbs conditions It will
bo tho means of driving thorn out. wl hat tho -"Mose havo occupied
i Indications aro that at tho next sos(two forts t0 tho north r Iort Arth-
shm of congress thero will bo much '" tlml a battleship In tho
in-w.. inivu th.i tt.m innoni ti i
The Electric Line.
nerc nas oen a goou ucat oi iam
tho past week concerning tho pro-
prped olcctrlc line going to DonisonjPra Saknaroft describes a Russian
v:a Anlmore. This Is tho samo lino r0connolssanco far south of Erdageou
that has been projected by Eastern tlus nuttnK nn nd t0 tho rumor
capitalists to bo built from Oklahoma
City to Sulphur Springs
Thf presence of a surveyor in this
city fhls week likely gav'o rlso to tho
rpp0rl- . . itil'J
The Chickasaw Legislature.
The past week has been n very busy
ono for the Chlckninw legislature. It
Is learned that the senate and house
turned down n bill appropriating $2G0.-
000 for tho maintenance of tho trlhfti
schools In the Chickasaw Nation tt
Is teamed how over that the bill will
bo reconsidered during the next week
tt Is stated that the legislature took
unfavorable action on whnt Is known
as Hie nurney till 1 In appropriate
$1100 with which to pay Wes llurnoy
of Ardmoro who was designated nt
one time to look after the Interest
of tho Chlcknsuw Nation In connection
with the townsite work. Ills tlmo
having expired a bill was introduced
to again omploy him for tho snmo pur-
pso until tho tribal government
innKml In IKlSt TIlO hill rflrHnd Willi
been some complaint. It Is stated
lllill II Wiln uimmu uinii.-imi; """.Was
Um further servlcos of
I t. I. .. rt .. hIa! ...I
Winn uiu p v"Mii'i.i-u.
Baptist Young Peoples' Union.
Program for Sunday October .10.
Scriptural Iosmuiis. i'rov. :i:9-10;
Prayer Ilov. Keller.
Announcements. ' ' '
1 IJonodlction. '
Huy your boys' fleeced lined and j)U
wool underwear at " I
Court at Ada.
AT PORT ARTHUR
SIEGE OF THE CITADEL TELLING
Japs Keep Uu Irresistible Bombard-
ment Blow up Russian Magazine
and Sink Warship Eastern
Glbralta In Sore Straits.
i Toklo. net 2!i It la rmini-ti ilmt
the Japanese opened a desperate nt-lmore- Tlloy wlU do wlml lnoy coa to
"lack on the eastern forts ot tho Ku(S.K'v our young men an Inviting and
knwan group north of Port Artnuri '"fTtablo homo of their own la our
'iri . !.. t. -.i i midst.
iuiuis m utiuuci .u
shelled the Ilusslun batteries. A
shell exploded the Russian magazines.
falmiiltaneoushi tho Japanese at
tacked the forts on Rhltung moun -
ll.t.l nnd SunMmhnwvn m.n.Mtnln l.
lnt'lB tho Kusslan batteries. Btonn.
d und occupied tlio forts In front of
.i ..i nn.nii m rr.n i -
Th. ..i.-in nf n.mi..r tir
.a conflagration In old Port Arthur.
and October 27 a shell hit tho Russian
battleship Sevastopol and two Hub-
8U steamers wore sunk. Ofllclal con-
Urination or tho abovo is Inching but
tho reports aro believed to bo true.
' Shanghai Oct. 29.-11 is report-
SL Petersburg October 2i. More
and more activity is being manifes-
ted south of Mukden the Husslaiifv be-
the (lKCTeBSor8. A dlsnateh which.'
reached tho war offleo todav from Ron.
thc japaneso had taken tt. Ho also
reports tho capturo of two vlllagos
southwest of Slnchinpu.
HUNGARIAN ORCHESTRA NOV. 1.
STOESSEL THE DRAVE WIRES
FAREWELL TO CZAR.
The End is Near Prefers Death to
Surrender Garrison Short on Wa-
ter and Rations Mines aro Pro-
pared for the Enemy.
"(on. StouMul wired tho Russian
Ktupror nnd court 'I now bid you all
Port Arthur is my
8Irt Iml 0llrl cori0ll(. joam
preferable to capitulation.
'I'l. ttint... nn. l.M.lln-
i imniiti vi- nui-.tn 1.- tuii.itii.H
' . ..... . .
erom unninge u the Russian Hoot la
tho harbor and to tho fortifications.
Tho arsenel with It contents of uni
munition nnd smnll arms has been
destroyed nnd preparations aro being
made for the Inst deadly struggle nt
cIoho quarters. Tho water supply hay-
ing been cut off wells are being sunk.
Provisions nre scarce only tinned
"Tho high angle at which their ar-
tillery fire Is directed by the Japcr.ev
lias practically destroyed tho new
"(When tbo fleet attempted to break
through the blockade somo time ago
the garrison was to havo made a des-
perate sortie nnd Inflict as much dam-
nS possible nnd If necesary caplt-
Tno falIllro ot tho flcet to .
"'t ""pressing closer
' . . . . . . . . nir
Jy. nnd t Is hard to how Ion
. wo cnu hold out. hen tho end com
wl )Q R UeHpcralo flRnl amj a
surprise. Thousnnds of the enemy will
'perish ni everything Is mined."
I This letter was Intrusted to a na
tive boatman who ran tho blockade and
was mailed at Chefoo.
The recipient Is a proipinent Contl-
noutral business man of London with'
a branch house nt Port Ahthur.
Y. M. C. A. Organization. .
Tho many young men who drift into.
A td more from far away homes form a
-ubject of deop consideration to tho
mother heart of our Woman's Christian
Temperance Union who have pledged
themselves to tho flnnnclng or a Young.
Mens Christian Association in Anl-
It Is the object of the W. C. T. XT..
to secure a lot and put up a substan-
tial building with all tho accompany-
''nK Aa1OS ' a flr8t cI8
C' A l"B- TWO committees art
i "g the mat or with vigor.
' nls a. a"u-'ect lhat 8ll0u'
' 's a subject that should Intcr-
i" "vory fothor mother sister ana
"""or Ardmoro and all aro cor-
mn 'nUt to Joln ln 'hs fireatly
The young gentlemen and iadlot' un-
ion tho Y's and tho children's union
the U T. Wa will Join tho W. C. T.
T. U'b. In this work nnd will assist ln
making tho Y. M. C. A. rooms Just a
pretty and attractive as possible.
Women of Oklahoma Active.
A movement has been begun atnonc
tho woman suffragists of Oklahoma ia
arouse the women of tho territory
to protest at tho next session ot con-
gress against a clauso ln tho Hamil-
ton bill for stntoljood which thvr
claim is derogatory to tho dignity of
womankind. Tho clause reads: "Tnat
Bald stnto shall novor onact any law
restricting or abridging tho right at
suffragists on account of race color
or provious conditions of BorrUndo
or on account ot any other condition
or qualifications savo and exceot ou
account of Illiteracy raluorlty ex.
'conviction of felony mental conditio
or residence. Provided howeror that
any such restrictions shall bo mad
uniform and appllcabio to all citlMn. '
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