The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 66, Ed. 1, Thursday, January 26, 1905 Page: 1 of 8
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Dr. J. P. FANN
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I I'torniitoK J
ARDMORE INI). TER..TIIl'RSI)AY EVENING. JANIZARY 20.
SUBSCfllPIIOH 50G PER MONTH
ST. PETERSBURG IN STATE OF
SIEGE MOSCOW QUIET.
Incendiary Proclamations Shouted In
Theater During Performance and
Panic Follows Urges Strik-
ers to be Peaceable.
St. Petersburg .Inn. 23. Tin; Asao-
cluiod Pros has been prtvatuly advis-
ed tlmt Maxim Gorky the author and
reform party loader has boon arrest-
ed at Ulna whither ho had been sum-
moned hy the illness of hln wlfo.
St. Petersburg. Jan. s.i. Coventor
Trepoff was In supreme commnuil ot
the city today.
Although a state of siege has not
boon actually proclaimed It practical-
ly exists the emperor having confer-
red upon him as governor general al-
most absolute power to preserve or-
der placing under his control the
government works and schools and
L. P. ANDEB.SON. President
C. L. ANDERSON Cmhlor
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Ardmore Indian Territory
Capital Paid In $ 60000.00
Sarplai Fandi 200000.00
Tho oldest bank In lodUn Territory. Acooaats ot flrmi n J lodtTliltials
solicited upon the most liberal terms consistent with rood banking.
R. A. JONES
W. S. W0LVERT0N a SON
Insurance Bonds Real Estate Abstracts
The lareest and strongest Agency In the two territories.
Managers of Ardmore Abstract Co.
General Aceuts IItnols Life Insurance Co. and United Statu
Fidelity and Guaranty Company
J. A. BIVEN8 President
DON LACY Vice-President.
THE CITY NATIONAL BANK!
Accounts of firms nd individuals solicited.
Courteous trout mcnt accn-dodto nil alike
ARDMORE NATIONAL BANK
Capital Stock and Additional Liability. : : : : : $20 jOO.OO
We Conduct a General Bmiking Business ff r You and
Accept Small and l.are Account
i- u .s.Mirn. irtui:nt.
C. M. CAnHUEM. Vice PrisB
'LGK CKL'CK Caslthr.
Q W. YOUNO Farmer.
J. C. TMOHPSON. Uwyer
on empowering aim to exue per
son who nro Inimical to pence.
During ihi' night hundreds 'J ar-
rests were made. 1'ollco are engaged
n seeking out the real leaders of the
sulkors' movement. Thrco woll Known
author and an editor wore arrested i
yesterday. Such mcusuro.s may result
In bomb throwing and an outbreak
.Moscow Jan. 25. The Industrial
district on cither side of the Moskva
r'ter was patrolled by troops and po-
ne all night long nud paraded by
hoiltub of workmen bin no encounters
The htiiTlstcrg at a meeting decided
not to appear In court for I ho present.
Owing to thu disturbed condition
I ho celebration today of the .'50th an-
niversary of thu foundation of lliu uni-
versity heru the first to be establish-
ed in Russia wns conllncd to a rollg-
Ions service in the university chapel.
KUhiucrf Jan. 25. A seditious dem-
onstration during the performance led
to n panic In a theater hero last night.
Tho crisis toward the government was
raised in thu crowded nudltovlum by
Incendiary proclamations which were
shouted from the galleries. Tho au-
dience became panic-stricken and con-
siderable tlmo o'apscd before order
was restored. Twenty arrests wore
made Including four Jewish soldiers.
B. V. KaENBLHY. Vlci)-PrI.
C. H. MAUPIN' Ass't Cilhler
A. H. PALMER Cashier.
FRED C. CARR Asst Csshler ;
P.. A. JOM2S Purnltiirc.
SAM .NOItt.H. Mardwuro Merchant.
1. K. PliNNINtlTON U holesale Her
. V. HANUOL nerchan'.
WAVE EXTENDS FROM
ROCKIES TO ATLANTIC.
I Temperatures Range From 18 to 30
Degrees Below Zero Traffiic Is
i Hindered In Many Places in
the North Man Frozen.
Washington I). C Jan. 25. Tho
middle Atlantic coast is the scene
of a severe storm nud according to
report" from tho weathor bureau
presents tho most extreme conditions
of tho winter. A marked cold wavo
extends Into Tonnusseo and general
snows accompanied by severe north-
erly gale have visited tho territory
east of tho .Mississippi river. In the
Missouri valley and the northwest
thu temperatures range I rum IS to
ihi degrees below zero.
West of the llocky mountains tho
weather continued generally cloudy
with rain ovor the northern districts
Philadelphia Traffic Delayed.
I Philadelphia Ia. Jan. 'J5. Tho
storm which began In this city and
surrounding country lost night contin-
ued today without a sign ot abating.
Tho snowfall registered seven Inched
aiul street trafllc la badly crippled.
Heavy winds aro drifting now and
Suburban street car trafllc U practic-
ally at n standstill. 1 la t! road tratllu
except on through train has uot been
Interfered with to any extent.
Cold in Ohio.
Cincinnati Ohio. Jau. 25. Tho offi-
cial tcmpcraturo In this city early to-
day was 1 below zero. Soveral degrees
colder were reported In tho outlying
sections of tho city. Similar tempera-
tures wero recorded throughout this
and adjoining states. Mlddlesborougb
Ky experienced the coldoi.1 weather
of six years tho mercury reaching l'J
Cold in Southwest.
Kansas City Mo. Jau 23. Intenso
cold weather continued today in the
southwest. At Kansaa City It was 11
degrees below zero at Springfield 10
and at Scdalla 8 below zero. In Kan-
sas tho coldest point was at Concor-
dia wltlt 10 below zoro whllo Okla-
homa City It Is 4 abovo and at Atnar-
Mo Texas 10 above.
Worst Since 1901.
lA'xIngton Ky. Jan. 25. Tho Bluo
Crass country and Central Kentucky
today is In tho grasp or the worst
blizzard since 1901. A fall ot 33 de-
grees in temperature in twenty-four
hours sent the mercury to 0 below
zero. J.Ive stock Is suffering and all
trains aro delayed.
Severe in New York.
Now York Jan. 25. With six Inches
of snow on the ground a forty-mile
wind from the northwest blowing tho
sno wlnto high drifts and tho temper-
ature at IS degrees and fnlllug. New
York experienced today onu of the
worst storms of the winter. Snow
began last night and continued tall-
lug steadily today.
Heavy Storm at Boston.
Hoston Mass.. Jan. 23. Tho snjw
iorm which began In this city Inst
night assumed severe proportions be
foro morning tho snow fall being
accompanied by a high northerly ga'c
nud low temperature. Tho. thormoai-
eter registered 9 above -.cm this
25 Below in Wisconsin.
I.aCrosse Wis. Jan. 25. Tho titer-
Buy a Home
Here l n tlnn rli.inc! t-r iMMini"i
or iri((slon'il limn. Thei- ur i- t
(linens very dxslr.ihlH loeHtlnii.i-lniiH
In it Oct nfTervi) m low prlUH to imlui-o
u ((Ulok a le
H-n oia ft-uinu Iioiisc.$1750
5 room frame Iioumj. 850
O rooin fiitinii lious.-. 1750
He sure ami invi'.ititrali'
tlicsn if ydu contemplate
tniying. Tlii property rents
for il l.."iJ ei- month and
will ullef specinl imlllce
llll'llth t(i ore l)llii- e
l hive jil ii-i"
Slodfielti Rcaity Go
moni;.r In i.iis mhiIihi nf Wisconsin
todnj reglM red rrom 12 to 20 below
Six Below in St. Louis
St. Umls. Mo. Jan. S6. Totlay was
h e tjoldest of the suntuti the ther-
mometer falling to C degrees below
Feuitcen Below In Iowa.
Dt Molina Iowa Jan. 28. Iowa is
shivering today from a temperature ot
1 1 below zero.
Seventeen Below In Nebraska.
Omalw Neb. Jan. !fi The ther-
mometer Is 17 degrees below oro
W. C. T. U. Meeting.
All the. W. C. T. U's. nud ail huliea
Intorested in the Y. M. .C. A. work
will please meet with Mm Koltschnel-
dor at 2:30 o'clock Saturday. 2Sth.
The following program will be glvon
with Mrs. Dr. Wolverton providing.
Song "Sowing l'r'-elous Seed."
Prayer that wo reallzu responsibility
Holi call lllble quotations Mrs. Cur-
Pap-r "Should we not liaise our
boys 'to be as pure as girls" Mm.
Paper "A Model Mother and her
treat Influence" Mrs. Murdock.
Trajer for our boya and girls.
Plan of work for Y. M. C. A. and
I'.iHCiisslon mcmhoM of society.
26-21 MItS. NIIUACIC.
The Ted H. Fau.st Minstrels under
tho direction of G. I). Cunningham
was preseuto.1 tit tho opera house as
tho ntt rnrtlon lust night. A street
parade was given yesterday afternoon
In whch their entire company march-
ed. A large crowd assembled to wit-
ness their performance last night and
all were highly pleawd with them.
Tho company tiro all white pvrfr
mors. A number of runny jokes which
were new wero Introduced as was
also j-overal new songs.
News has boon received here trom
Pittsburg Texas stating that I.. D.
Wilkes of that place brotlier of our
townsman T. J. Wilkes died there
yestorday. .Mr. Wilkes had been 111
for some tlmo but it waa not known
that his Illness was so serious until
Tuesday at which time his relatves
at Uits ploco received a message stat-
ing that he was very 111. Tom Wilkes
nephew of tho deceased loft at once
for his bedside but only reached there
In tlmo to -witness his death.
C. P. Church.
Hev. H Ok Whltewell of Willow
Springs Mo. who was to have preach-
od at tho C. P. church last night miss-
ed train connection at Madlll and did
not urrlvu here until too Into tor ser-
vice. He will however bo present to-
night and tomorrow night. The church
extends a cordial Invitation to all to
be -present at both services.
Hm eltil Correspondence.
Katie I. T. Jan. 21. Jake Kobor-
son. W. a. Landers and others aro at
P.iu"-t Vnlloy attending court.
Huv. Butch of V.'ynnewwd preached
1 re Sunday night to a huge chowd.
Prof. Hlaslngamo reports 7i puplU
I . 1 school.
Tho Terpslchorean's danced last
night at tho Gilmer hotel. Quito a
crowd attonded tho danco and all re-
port an enjoyable evening. Tho
dances of this club have grown to be
a pkasant feature In the social rounds
of youngor society. Quito n numbor
of visitor wero there. The music of
laM evening was good.
To Home Builders.
I If nu aro going to build n new
home let Win. Tackett make you a
plan and build your homo by so doing
v n wlfl save tho archltost's leo anil
x i a good home just at what the
l.ii.or and material costs. At C. A. Sam-
I I urns LumlKT Yard. 2U&S
i: M. Goff formerly n Main stree"
uiorer has purihased the West Knil
grin on- store nnd put In a vory noat
ami lull stock of grocorlos.
(' I. Ileth. conductor on the Choo-
iiiu Im a I Is taking a week's vacation.
Hi- will spend the tlmo with his fain-
ih In A I'd more. 1IU jilaeo nil be lilloil
.i iliw the week by Conductor Whlto.
Tin- man who does his whole duty
hui pr vloiis llttl time to criticise tho
vwiT'i others are doing
ACKNOWLEDGES THAT RUSSIA IS
IN GREAT PERIL.
Says that the Government Is Over a
Sleeping Volcano that is Likely to
Break Forth Any Moment.
England is Alarmed.
St. Petersburg. Jnn. 25.- "The gov-
ernment is living over a volcano and
can do nothing else'' aid u tilgh old-
cinl this morning.
"Hvery (rtliPr consdumllou mull
gho way to the question of public
Private adv'cu from all big cities)
and towns In HtUMhi Indicate thoru is
excitement eve. liote. A ied ling de-
uioiistnitlou nf Mes!nfor Flnhmd
last night was disquieting but there
Is no evidence an yet of a general
Tho appointment of Senator Under
as .'erretary of state for Finland Just
at P i.- time Is considered to be an
unfortunate blunder and likely to
prove exceedingly distasteful to tho
Although a l'lnn himself Senator
Linder Is exceedingly unpopular ow-
ing to his support of tho policy of litis-
Hlllcatlon of the towns ot tho llaltlc
Troops are matching through the
streets of IlinM and iteval but the eyes
of all Kussla urj today n.xed on Mos-
cow. Ti e nppvaraue Jl St. Petorsburz la
rino normal nuf vt more men have
leturned to won-
Tho funerals of many of tho victims
of Suuday's tragody were held Uila
morning. Pitiful sights were witness-
ed. In several cases man and wlfo car-
ried between them a wooden box con-
taining the child which had been kill-
ed. Some or Hie cotllns were borno on
common carter's sleighs the mourn-
ers following on foot according to
the Uussinn custom.
It was noticeable that In many
cases the usual priests and Icon nhead
of the procession were absent.
No demonstration occured but tho
workmen and others stood uncovered
In the streets as tho little groups
passed with their dead.
In the Volkoff cemetery beyond the
Nnrva gutoa 167 bodies were lowered
to their last resting place.
Tralllo was demoralized.
Strnteoff Uusalu Jan 25. Tho men
in tho railroad shops tmd other es-
tablishments hero have gono on a
London. Jan. 25. Tho foreign olllce
views the situation In Ilussla with
alarm. It Is bolioved tho affair of Sun-
day Is bound to bring about a change
In the form of government.
Helen Gould's Evangelist
"Tom Keenan a railway evange-
list. Is to bo sont Into the west by
Miss Helen Gould to preach religion
and 'ComntrauCjO ralDtxul "mun
Koonan has Just completted a tour
of the Gould system on which he
made 40n converts.
All right as far ns it goes but Mr.
Keenan has failed to visit this part
of tho Gould system which Is very
much In need of evangelical work
which Is all right. Some of tho rail-
road boys In these parts should havo
something of a pious nature to help
them out. And what a glorious Held
Is hero pregented? With a llttlo ef-
fort fdvMu MIm Gould's evangelist
even Conductor Perdue might bo-
(iiina a Sunday school teacher nnd I
Conductor Morgan a preacher. Fort
Suits Filed In District Court.
Tho following suits havo been tiled
in tho District court.
T. C. Ilrldgmnn et al vs. James
Poylu et nl suit for thu iKigsosslon of
a tract of land valued at $2000 which
Is In thu possession ot defendants and
which plaintiffs claim defendant' 1
wrongfully hold and for $300 dam-
Use which Jlalntlffs clolm defendants
owe for rent of land par annum.
J. A. Fielder vs. I). O. Cotton suit
f'.-r the payment of a promissory note
:'. r JHIO.S" with Interest at ten cent
. ! annum after maturity and attor-
leys fees nnd all costs. Plaintiffs ask
ilia! the defendant bo cited to appear
n'l hear complaint.
.j. ; :
-l lie store of J. K. Kellor ot Tyrola
ittii burgilnrlied Mondny night and
.several pairs of shoos nnd wearing
apparel Inken. onicer wIUi blood
I hounds are trying to track tho rob
Tlie Jefferson Demoornllo club ot
South McAlwtfer hnu eleoted the fol
Uming ot!kcer: PreMent Goo. A.
MiHnnfteld; nc Pretddont Cnpf.
llnynes; Secretary lirookn Fort
Speond Vice President. T. It. Dean.
Treaaurer F. p. Arnold. Tho prosl
dent will appoint the executive com
m It !..
loin Hunter who iwlcc trltxl to ln
fluted chief or Uie Choctaw' nation
le now tho president of r tinnk at
The Knlghta of Columbus a strong
Catholic orgiinUatlon Is preparing to
organize a local branch of tho order
at Muskogee with fifty charter mem-
bers. Superintendent llenedlcl Is muklng
an effort to have the commissioner Of
Indian affairs to ellmlnato tho splal
oath required of tho teachers In thu
government schools beforo they aro
allowed to draw their pay. At prcsont
all teaeheM aro required to make
affidavit that they have not bnen deal-
ing In Indian lands nor nro tliey ln-
terestd In any corporation dealing In
thow lands. This works a hardship
on many who must journey sometimes
us far as twenty miles nnd pay i
notnry fee before recolvlng their sal-
aries. Tho acting commissioner ha.i
not lllod Mr .Heaedlct that tho. law I
mi strict on this matter than ho can-
not glvo rollef.
A new negro dally paper Is to bu
started at Muskogoo next week to bo
Issued eVery morning. This will bo ths
first negrq dally lp tho. territory...
The Santa Fo Is said to have closed
tho last contract necessary to gtft
right of way Into Tulsa and will have
grading outfits begin work at occe.
At lauU Vnlloy last weok tho follow
Ing wero licensed to practice law In
the United States courts: K. U Asboll.
I.eesvttle S. C; It. F. Aboil Leesvllle
S. CM F. II Allen Dowllng Oreen
Ky.; J. I). Mitchell Pauls Valley.
A reading by J. F. Itudlslll Inter-
spersed by lino violin and vocal mu-
slu by tho Monroo slstcra late . of
Paris. This is a high grado Instruc-
tive entertainment. At Uio Ilroadwny
Methodist church Saturday night at
S::iO. Admission 50 nnd 25 ccntB.
Tho Santa Fo passenger train bear-
ing tho remains or Colonel Duko
Goodman or Fort Worth who died at
his residence at that place yesterday
morning at 2 o'clock or heart rullure
passed through this placo today at
11:55 o'clock taking thu remains to
Purcell wliero they will bo Interred
On thu train wore Mrs. Goodman her
brother Alex Sacra ol Purcell ami
several members or tho Io camp or
Fort Worth ot which camp deceased
was a member. Colonel Goodman was
prominent In tho work or tho organi-
zation or tho Confederate Camps of
Texas nnd at the tlmo ot his death wns
adjutant general and chlet or staff to
MuJ. K. M. Van Zandt commander or
the Texas dlvslon United Confederate
Veterans. It Is snld that tho deceased
although ho fought In tho Civil war
as long as It lasted uevor surrendered.
wiih novor paroled and never took tho
oath of allegiance.
It Is understood that 'joth i.n.
Hurgrovo and Indlauola collages ar-
pit paring for tho dobato which Is to
tnku placo on tho 22nd of Fcbnia.-.v
at the chapol hall of Hn.yrovo be
tweon tho representatives tf the lit-
erary societies of tho I'.o colleges
The subject for dobato Is "Hesolved.
thai foreign Immigration li.te Amer-
ica Is dotrlnuintal to the country."
Thi subject Is a broad one nud tuc-
Is plenty tf room tor nrgiui ent o.i
boih sides. i utests such as this bv-
ivvifii tho college of tho torrltor
vlil arouM u foiling loyuivy
among ths si'.ilunU nud nt tho simo
ipno lirltii' them togetlier on a
friendly basis nnd should bo uncour-
vi 1. A rocoptlon will bo teudensl tho
' i rs pfter the debate.
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