The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 163, Ed. 1, Friday, May 19, 1905 Page: 4 of 8
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THE DAILY ARDMOREITE.
Ardmore Friday f'iy 19 13C
INDISCRETIONS OF A JURI3T.
THE END OF
SIDNEY 8UQGS. Proprietor.
Urd at tbo I'OBtofflcn at Anlraore
u Bccon'l-clasi Mill Matter.
Norcmbcr 2 1893.
ta week 16
Die month 60
Oa jcar 6 00
(Payabto In Advance).
I'ublltbod every afternoon (excoptl
kttnrday anil Sunday morning. '
0ce of publlcntlnr. North Waih-j
Th OFFICIAL NEVSPAPER of tho
Onlted Stales Court for the Southern
District. Indian Tcrr.ory. Alao for i
tha Chickasaw StocK ABRodntlon of
U Indian Territory anil thw official
"'ran of the city.
Any erroneous rnflcciion uson thu
rharactor or reputation of auy puriou
rrilch may be printed In tho Ardmoru-
lt or any artlclo bared on report
eat are false will gladly be corrected
I! brought to tho atWnllon of the
IIiihIuo.'h Manager' Ohio- 63S
City Editor's Olllrf. . .r
Iimr Dlptnucn . . .0.18
Ardmore Friday May 19. iJJV
Tin- ntinouiici-iiH'iit Unit HiihhIii
pcetH il ItlVill bnttlo HOOII lll(llUtl'll
that pivimr.illiiiiK for national mourn-
liifj have bi'vn romploted at St. l'-IrrHlmrK-
.. .j. ff
Sullk'Ii.'nl pmijrom ha- hwn inado
In tho liwwitlisUlon of tilt rlitirgcrt
amliiHl Assistant Socrnlnry I.oomiIh
to ronvlnw tho iidiultilHtrutlon Unit
.Mr. Ilowou intuit 1k r('(UC'Htod to
ltvt tho iliplonintle mtrvlet' liwaiiKii
of IiTh Indiscretion In bandying Urn
Aiio'.Ii.t roiiKi'eitMloiial mid nllUdal
party l to depart ihortly for tho
I'lllllpplliOH. AinoiiK till" visitors will
bo democrats who believe In turning
tho Inlands looso. Hut tlivy k to
them In tliat spirit of resignation lie-
ronitni; those who tlo not believe that
what theyohU will vvor be KrnntPd.
Tho HiiHslaiiH aro now i luirhiK the
Jews with havliiK Induced (Meni to
nilso a row with .In pan. II him been
tho custom from t.lnu iinmcinoi'inl
for tho ItiiHhlans to ki mil and ho.it
Un Jews every time they bad nny
tronbKv Ami they have i-noiiRli turn-
bio at tills time to iiiaUe them even
moro severe In their hcntliiK of (hose
V -J- V
Ail e.xeliaiiKe tells of a youutt and
protty school teacher who hint InnuK-
u rated a new euro for tnrdUiiien. She
nJTered to Ul the llrst arrival ul
m-hool every mornlUK. Tho liMt
inornliiK at Ii o'clock ihreu young
men .were roosting on the fence and
by ti all tha boys of thu school and
two directors had put In nu appear
Tho model ators of the general as
Mcmhlicfl of the Church of Scotland
and the United I'reo Church of Scot
huid have Invited Presbyterians
throughout the world to Join In a eel
ebrutlou of Sunday .May L'l. till
year as the 400th anniversary of
John Knox. .1. Addison Henry moder
ator and William II. Roberts staled
clcrli exprcHS a hope that American
I'rtMbytcrlatm will observe the day
A Mtory U bolllK told of H ynum;
man who went to work for a farmer
over In I'awneo county. At three
o'clock tho next morning the farmer
allied to him to begin bis day's la
Itora.l A few minutes later tho young
mnn came out of the bed room cur
ry In k his Rilp. "You ain't n-jcoln' to
take that grip with yc to work air
you?" asked tho farmer. "Nuw." un
swercd tho youth with a lino rorn
"but I'm going to llnd some place to
stay nil night."
Thirty million dollars a year
that's the amount of IniHincas S.'iirs
Itoehuck & Co. did In direct sales
last year and right now while you
aro reading this Sears Itoehuck &
Co. tiro upending- three tnillloy dol
lars erecting' now building addition-
al rapacity to enable thorn to hundlo
Ihelr fast Increasing business. Th
Interesting feature of mis to
ailvortlaors Is that Scar Itiiohuck k
Co. Is a concern that has been built
up through advertising. They did not
tart In with n couple of million cap-
ital and mako an 'Vippmprlatlon" of
several thounnndg to spend auuually
hut they croatftd and built ihslr
be-ilnois through adveitlnlng.
Tin1 unequivocal and adventitious
nv.ri'Mi of Justice Vernon M. Da-
vl of the auprenio court of the state
of N'.-w York that Nan Pstlrraon tho
iiitrcss had HihI from b 'ginning to
nd In her trial' for the murder ol
"Cii'sar" Young will ho widely do-
plored uol only as an exhibition ul
bad tHito from no oxnlted n legal dig
Hilary "but na n dlHtlnct violation of
profelonnl ethlcH. Justlro Davlit Is
umiuestloiiHbly thoroughly fnmlllar
with the cade having presided nt tho
llrst two trial of the actrc-M hut
this doe not excuiw hi gratultlotiH
e:ml intuition of a woman whom two
Jurle bud refused to condemn. In
Khlnir utternnce to hi quoted re-
marks he has been Ktillty of Isith pro-
fessloml IndlacretUm and the pro-
nouitcltiK of an extra-jwllelal opinion.
Justlro Davl poV at a banquet
at which he wan the stiem of honor
and d'-voteil himself to nu nrgunient
In def.-tiHi of Asltnt DUtrlct Attor-
ney Rand who Imd TiroaMMited the
l'ntt't'soti chse. He bawd his titiu-
mini action upon what he character-
led a a "grent da! of late In tho
public pre of ev-re criticism of
Mr. Hand and bin conduct of tho tri-
al." Justice Davl admitted In thus
goltiK out of bin way in t( reuse of
Mr. Rnnd that tho latter naeded di-
fcndlng As h mattor of fact the pros-
ecutor in Ills KvKil to win a eno that
wus of such wide Ir.ierct did rcHort
to oini thing voty Hk ncrlmonlou
i Ti-onal denunciation of the defend
ant The "llVv . Pfin made Ihe
most of this of cour. in cati'iing
to the morbid and senMition-hungTy
of New York and It makes the action
of Justice Davis only the more deplo
rable- thu he paid nny attention to
thee Jaundiced Journal.
A we undunttntid It. thu question
of Nnn Patterson' veracity was not
ii vital ine nor wu It depended up-
on by tho tato to proc It case. She
wtis exempt from going on the stnnd
at all. I'erson acrustd of murder
may not be requlrt d to give Incrimi-
nating tetillmmiy. and certainly a wo-
mnn of Nan Patterson's hUtory and
clnnicter might Ue expected to nay
anything or tell any story to save
her own life. It mako no (inference
wheth M' the actro told Hen on the
stand or nol. She Was being tried for
murder not for lying and It 111-he-come
the trial Judge to declaro hor
guilty when two Jurieg who had lis
tened to ill tile testimony and had
wom to do Jtmtloe refused to ny
she was n criminal.
It Is reortod that President Roose
velt will npK)lnt Secretary Taft ni
tornoyiteneral lortly and fhut
Moody will retlr-'. It. Is surmised that
lie desire to give Taft an opportunl
ty to prosecute a few trustrt and thus
gain Hulilclent promlnencts to Insure
his nomination. If Mr. Tnft should
have 'he same kind of luck that has
attended the efforts of other gentle
men to annihilate the trusts ho would
gain little by thu change. It Is cer
tain that for the present the trusts
It take ii very little thing to start
a big quairel. Th utrihe In Chicago
which now nn'ects over 110.000 people
started lu a dliputo between nine
teen garment -worker in the employ
of .Moiitgomenji. Wnrd & C... and
tho foreman over them. Tltey Blind;
thi? drivers later wont out In eympa'
thy and then all tint teamsters lu
Chicago struck. It I now aid that
strivt car men will follow Milt. Al
because nineteen purt-on hud s
grievance. The loss will amount to
millions of dollar' n hundred or
more have been Injured and several
have been killed.
5 ! !
A visitor who recently nrrlved
from Missouri aay that ouco he made
a trip down Into Arkaimaw and while
driving about one day ho aieohWul n
mlddlKig(d woman in tho country
and inquired of her what the iHilltic
nl conditions in that neighborhood
wore. She didn't know what ho meant
m he varied tho question and Hiked
her. "Have you any republicans
around here?" "Look here stranger"
she answered "my old man has trap
pM all over this section for twonty
yearn nn' of ho ever caught one of
thoso varmints ho never brought it
Rnttcrmnnn & I.euth hugten.
Special business wagons
See tho new lino on North Waihlnii
nvorythlng you mt will taste good
and do good If you take Ring s Dys
pepsin Tablet. Sold by City Drug
Money Loaned on Mineral Lands
Anphalt coal oil 5as and mineral
land boiiRht and (-old. Mines Inspect-
ed and vnlu?d. J. S. DOWNAUD.
PoMKlllro htiUdlnj;. 10-d&w-tr
MAY EE CALLED OFF IN TWEN.
TY-FOUR HOURS. !
Chicago's Mayor Declare He Has
Been So Informed A Peaceable
Sottlenent ExrJecttd. Tomor-
row May Witness Close.
(By Associated Press.)
Chicago .Mny It). The strike will
end tonight or tomorrow morning.
Thoro wiih no claim of victory or de
feat by either lde.
IJtnpIoyor will talto hack team-
titer wiio nra worthy anil desire
men who have not violated the law.
Thl declaration was made by
Sheriff llartl thU afternoon and con-
llrtned from h vtrnl sources.
.Mayor Dunne nsortoil tho strlko
would como to an end within 21 or IS
hour nnd thoro will be no lormal
declaration of enlllng off thu hoyvoit.
rii.aH.) Muy l!f Muynr puuni1
today said ho h:ul lcarndl from n
sourcu not connocted with either side
of tho teamster' strlko that the
trlko will be called off within " I
Chicago May lit. Overture look-
ing to n peccmbio settlement of tho
tenmskra' strike have been tempor
arily net aaldo today.
President OomporK departed for
Ohio (lompers howover will return
to Chicago tomorrow and expects to
Chicago .May 10. President Shea
of the teamsters later nlil:
"There Is no man In tho world who
has the jsiwer to call this strike off
or mako nny finch settlement. The
teaniators' Joint council alone has
that power. The council has not eon-
hldored uny such proposition."
IN HANDS OF JURY.
Johnnn Hock Murder Case Given to
Jury This Afternoon.
(Uy Associated Press.)
Chicago 'May 19. The caso of Jo-
hnnn Hock charged with tho murder
of IiIh wife was given to tho Jury
this afternoon. Hoch appeared In
With an appeal to the Jury to In
lllct tho severest penalty provided by
liw for murder Assistant States at-
torney lfealy today finished hist elos
Ing argument In tho trial of Johann
Hock charged with tho murder of
.Mrs. Mnrlo VVolctar-Hoch.
The (outiHcl for Hoch. Attorney Isi-
dore Plotko then Ix'gnn his plea to
the Jury In. behalf of Hoch.
Plotko mado a strong pica to the
Jury. Ho referred to Hoch as "this
(rOTimn here" and ho kept 'loch's
nationality before tho jury in nearly
every statement. Judge Kersten's
courtroom was croivded. Many fash
lonahly 1 refuted wotm.i were spec-
tators. Hoch Receives Death Sentence
(Uy Associated Press.)
Chicago May 19.-3:30 p. m. Jo
hnnn Hoch charged with the murder
of IiIh wifo. was this afternoon found
guilty and given tho death sentence.
LINEVITCH SENDS FEW LINES
Claims to Have Repulsed Japanese
on Two Occasions.
(Uy Associated Pross.)
St. Petersburg May I'j. V dis
patcli from I.lnevltch datoJ May JS
says a small detachmont of tho en
emy on Mny 10 occupied Yandl Pass
on tho front.
The .Inpanoiio also attemptol to wc
cupy Shaiiotie. hut were repulsed
and retired southward. Tho rarao
day tho Japanese approached Homtlv
hu. six miles south of Tnl but wof
forced to retire.
AQACO'S Aro Uio best
A Private Sale.
I havo for alo nt Jo F. Williams'
itorp building some liousehohl goods
consisting of Iron bed springs mat
tmsos pillows dresrj waitiRtamls
wardwbes chairs rugs parlor suit
and tolet sets. Inquire nt tho house.
one door west of C. P. VanDonberg.
IStf MRS. J. A. McNAUfiHT
l.lttl" gocsl will come of spraying If
the niatcrloli employed ar not pure
and of tequlfOil strength. We handle
only tho bent.
II V. J. UAMSUY li)ugslt.
Our lino of refrigerator is tho most
nifiplet In tho otty. Htvum firlin
A lot or misguided Individual" in;
trying to ciuio up the raco tracks bv
winning nil thg bookmakers' monoy
A aplrndUl home woil Impioved.
witli litock of land choice loentlon
One V-room houto good sheds
choice fruit r.nd well improved fl.ooo.
A iiI?j lot lu Northwest Ardmore a
bargain at $100.
If you have property to rent or sell
list it with us and wo will soil or
rent It for ;ott.
If yo.t want to buy or rent ptoperty
see our list nnd wo will denl with you.
W. S. SMITH.
Real 1-Mutc and Itiiiurnnre Agency
i0o' West Main street.
R. A. JONES
it va .t $ '.r.n iii v. ijtvie vit v i-t '.if v '.it
GEORGE R. TUCKER
All work promptly attended to.
I wish to announce that I expect to have a full i
ft) line of Horse Show Harness and Trapping's for U
Jj the comine show on the 30th Inst. and will be
(f aoie to lurnisn you with just as nice and stylish ;
(J stuff as you will get in the larger cities at a very J
much lower price. See me for anything you
A.J. BURDDTT & SOPJ
SttiL'o connections from tin San-
ta Fo to Sulphur meets nil
trains nt Davis Special niton
tion given to coniinorcitil men.
Stable on tlte north side near
Sulphur I. T.
( may want and I will get it for you. I expect to $
'j? visit both Fort Worth and Dallas.
J.' C. PREDDY
cr s-. sr- r !ir sr. sr. 5-. & 5-. &- -r-.
Bookkeeping and Shorthand
Unlimited Scholarship 340
Try 121 Carob dear Havana ci-
gar nnd ho convinced of lis worth.
Only fi cents.
11 P. .1. KAMSBY. IhnRslst.
totftither with nil the tudli-o umnllj ciiilirni'dl In tilk'li'BriidH
up'to-ilRte buttuna ruarte. re tnUKtit inimt itiurnuctilv tiruiiiloallr
nfl tacceitfullr to
Write for CHtntOKtiH
C. P.Sollde'e A. M.. rl. Accti. Prej
SELVIDGE'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
Ardmore I. T. nd Gaine-Ue Ti
To the Insuring Public
The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Co. of Philadelphia.
On the 7th day of December 190 by its Hoard of Trustees unanimously adopted the follow
"BE IT HESOLVED by the Trustees of The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company of
Philadelphia Pa. In order that Its policy-holders may have full and exact knowledge of its
business management and of the security and character of Its Investments that the Presi-
dent of the Company request the Insurance Commissioner of Pennsylvania together with
the Insurance Commissioners of Massachusetts and Wisconsin cither In person or by
deputies to make a full and complete examination of the affairs and Investments of the
Company as provided for by law said examination to be made as early as can be arranrted
after the closing of the accounts of the Company for the current year."
The icqiieM of the Trustees was granted ami 011 the fust la ut February 1905 the examina-
tion was begun and concluded on tlte ith day ol April. The nlhcial repn-M-ntatives of the three
departments with their assistants and appraisers in all some fifty perMin.s covered even-detail of the
business management and the character and security of the (.'ominnv's assets. The complete and
detailed report ot the examiners is too voluminous for publication in the. press but has been printed
in pamphlet form and will be furnished on application lo the Home Office ol the Company in Phila-
delphia or to any of its authorized agents in the United States.
The condensed findings of the examiners are in limed in the follow in;;:
COMMENTS OF THE COMMISSIONERS
"THEKE WERE PREPARED and submitted to the offi-
cers of The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company
such questions as were deemed necessary for them to
answer. Attached hereto the same may be lound as
a part of this report."
"AS CALLED FOK In the resolution adopted by tlir
Roard of Trustees of the Company a FULL AND
COMPLE1E examination of the Comp.inv was m.idr.
and its affairs subjected to the CLOSEST POSSIBLE
"THE FINDINGS SUBMITTED by the examiners liow
that the net surplus of the Company as of iJecem-
her 81st 1004. should he f l.l!i0.H)S.(i(l instead ol
N.IMl.lWl.iE. MAKING A SURPLUS LARGER bv
Jo!).i!37.-ll THAN CLAIMED In tlte annual statfinnt
of the Company. All of the Company's assets have
been appraised by competent experts employeJ in this
examination and tlte increased surplus shown arises
from the CONSERVATIVE VALUATION ot assets by
"THE CHARTER OF THE COMPANY granted Feb-
ruary lilth. 18)7 provides fully for Its operation on a
purelv mutual basis and It HAS NO CAPITAL
STOCK. The Trustees tire elected directly bv the
body of policyholders NO PROXY VOTING "belnp:
permitted; and tlte olhcers are in turn elected by the
Trustees no oneof whom iselisible to official position."
"THE OFriCFRS AND TRUSTEES exercise CONSTANT
INTELLIGENT AND FAITHFUL supervision over all
features of the company s business. '
"THE REAL ESTATE HOLDINGS were examined by
competent appraisers selected in the various localities
witli tlte result that the valuations obtained are
$387690.70 IM EXCESS ot those claimed by the
"THE MORTGAGE AND LOAN DEPARTMENTS are
well organized and nJnvmst-r their respective duties
with commenJable caution and skill."
"THE LOANS ON COLLATERAL are amply margined.
I lie sticks and bonds owned were carefully counted
and the market valu.' ascertained llirousli bond ex-
perts with the result shown that tiie values claimed
by the company are conservative."
IN ADDITION TO THE LEGAL REQUIREMENTS the
company lias voluntarily vt aside $l(Hijti7fl hi order
to meet any possible contingencies in the way ol
lower Interest rates or excessive mortality."
"THE EXPENSE OF OBTAINING NEW BUSINESS has
been kept at a normal Injure and no disposition has
been lound to unduly dev.-lop tlte writing of Insurance
upon Deterred DiviJend Plans. On these the divi-
dends are apportioned annually and the interests of
the policy-holders are tullv uuarded by the terms of
the contracts and the practice ot the company."
"THE AGENCY BRANCH. looking at the annual product
of new business has been conducted with due econ-
omy and with fidelity to the intetests ol policy-
"TIIE SELECTION OF RISKS is in competent hands as
the very excellent mortality experience of the company
indicated. Ihe company is operaUnu In practically
all the states and territories of the United States and
on December ill UKM lias upon th; 'paid for' basis
M07t)S policies outstanding. Insuring VML'.niU".'1
"Although an examination of this kind naturally Inter-
feres with the routine work of the ottice the officers
and employes of the company rendereJ every assist-
ance within their power to the examiners and
( ISRAEL W. DURHAM Insurance Commissioner Pennsylvania.
Signed FRED'K L. CUTTING Insurance Commissioner Massachusetts.
(. ZENO M HOST Insurance Commissioner Wisconsin.
It is with pleasure and satisfaction that the Trustees and Officers have received and now publish
the report of the Commissioners. In the future as in the past they will strive to fulfill the mission of
A PURELY MUTUAL COMPANY confining their efforts to transacting business within the lines laid
down in its Charter and Hy-Uaws and in strict compliance therewith.
HARRY F. WEST President
For full information relative to all forms of Purely Mutual Life Insurance
apply or write to
K L. ALEXANDER General Agent Ardmore.
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