The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 177, Ed. 1, Monday, June 5, 1905 Page: 1 of 8
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ARDMORE IND TJSR. MONDAY EVENING Jl'NE 5 11105.
VOLUME XII. 1
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SKILLED HAND OF A NEW YORK
ELECTRICIAN IS SEEN.
Believed to Have Been an American
Who Directed the SubmarWi eFlght
of the Japanese Against the Ruv
slan In the Recent Battle.
sr Orleans. Juno 4. The skilled
i nr .n morliun directed the sub
J.ir ii ..ht of tin? Jaimnese against
tho Rusblaoj luftt Saturday. Proof ot
Uils fact seems to have hoou estab
lished In this city almost ueyonu- uuus
Aiviif n vi'iir and a half ago K. Mor
el chk'f electrician for th Holland
Submarine nil Torpedo Roat company
..r Anii.rlcii ii Hnnncnrctl ironi uie
iimi in New York He wiih n New
York boy. trained In th F.astcrn hhops.
ruirinir hi venn of service with the
Holland people however there was a
New QrleauJ MixltrlcUn with him
They worked together and ll18 frleml
iu- nnr here pmnloved in one m U e
im ..wtrlrnl establishments. Ho
has been getting letters from Morel
i.ftiinvoit lift was the guiding hand
In the deadly submarine fight Saturday
that practically wiped Uie Russian
licet oat of existence.
His friend under the? circum-
stances has been Induced to tell what
he knew of Morel. He not only be-
lieves and has all Uie circumstantial
wldcnce to prove that Morel was the
chief director of the subraarino move-
ments Saturday but he recalls what
it. ban been stoutly d-nted that any
submarine boats have left this country
for the Japanese. It Is now iissortol
that not one but many were shipped
to the far Bast in small sections lie
hiir sent as ballast In Kastern vessels
Thun Morel dlsntmearcd and no onu
heard from UHu until his Now Orleans
friend received letters rrom nun in
the far Hast.
When the Itusalan warship Nukhlm
nfi- wiim blown un In I'ort Arthur bar
lmr It was averted that a submarine
iwint could not have done it because
the Japanese bid none. It Is now be-
lieved by Morel's friend that one of
his boats did tno worii ami ue may
have been there.
About the same time Morel tltcsnp
peured from his New York position
nftcn or twenty of the experts llp
ped away from tho Holland stations
nnd have never been heard of. It is
believed (hey went with Morel and
liavo iicvn with him through all 'he
General Order No. 6.
To the Sons of Confederate Veterans
of Texas Comrades:
At our last reunion held In th'.' bean
tlful olty of Temple. Texas on July 20
and 21 1901. tho following resolution
wns offered and unanimously tulopteu
"Resolved that for tho panose ot
nceurlng tho best rnilroail rates and
services a. cominltteo of transporta'
tlon be. ami hereby Is appointed
whoso duly hhall be to confer with all
railroads In tho stnt Intercstod. and
pelect nu olllclal route therefrom to
the national reunion in 1905. Said
commit toe tv consist of I. .1. Stookett
ehalnnaii. Kent Worth: Thomas I'
Stone Waco; John T. Wiggins Husk;
J. M. Tlsdal Orccnvlllt and tno uivis
Ion commander yet to bo elected."
In compliance with and in obedience
to tho ubovo resolution tho committ.
was called by tho chairman to meet In
Waco at 9 a. m. on May 8 1903; and
after an all day's session listening to
the vnrlous railroads representations
nud after a direful raview of all the
propositions presented the committee
voted unanimously ngaln to select tho
St Louis Southwestern (.cotton ueil)
an tho "official route."
Tho generous railroad system
throiiKh Its general pnsseuger agent
J. F. (Jack) Lchano has contracted
with tho committee to furnish thu
Sous ot Confedernto Veterans of Tex
as a "special train" both going and
returning to consist of tho finest
equipment that was ever run out of
Those who have boon attending pro
vlous reunions well know that hereto
fore vro have had no dltllculty In se
curing .special services and aceommo
dations going to the reunion where
wt wcro dumped off as It wore and
left to scrambla back homo ns best we
could. For the first tlrno In tho his
tory of our organization tho commit-
tew last year wus enablod to contract
with! the Cotton Holt railroad of u
"special train" returning; nnd those
who were fortunntd enough to go and
return by this route will unanimously
bear testimony to tho great advant
ages. We havo renewed this "return'
feature of tho contract again this year
with tho privllogo of stopping over ono
day at tho Mammoth Cnvo.
Our piinxise In contracting for this
tp.elal railroad service was not for
tho Sons or Confederate Votorans
alono but for tho Vetorans Daughters
and their friends as well; and wo earn
estly Invite ovory Confederate soldier
every laughter of tho Confederacy and
ovary friend of our dearly beloved
cnuso to join us on our -special train'
leaving Fort Worth on Juno 12 at 11
o'clock n. m. nnd arriving In Louisville
tlm following day at 3 o clock p. m
Tho tlmo and means aro woll Invoat
wd for any young man who attends
theen reunions and It Is tho enrnost
desire of tho commander of tho dlvls
Ion that ovorj: son ot a Confodernta
noIdler who can possibly do so avail
.himself of thlu favorable opportunity
to tittend tho greatest reunion ever
held in the history of thes Iwo patriot.
My dear Confederate Veterans Sons
and Daughters ot tho Confederacy as
tho going and returning is ono ot the
most pleasant and enjoyable features
of thv ivunlou I earnestly Invite you
to Join our "special and I promise
you overy attention every courtesy
that dutiful tons brave comrades nnd
chivalrous gentlemen can bestow.
On this sneelal train will ho .Major-
(Icncral K. M. Van 7.andt. commauder
Texas division U. C. v.. bis itaff. spon
utr and nialiU of honor; N. IL TIadnl.j
commanderlnchlef U. S. C. V.. hN
staff sponsor and ntilds of honor; CI
A. Skccn commauder Tnins-.Missis-slppl
depiirtmcnt U. S. C. V. his staff
sponsor and maids of honor. W. 1'.
Ijine commander Texas division tJ. C.
V. bis atflff. sponsor maids ot hon.r;
mm. Mw-. 7n..w v.. . ...... ...... cuurp' L .iliint iiaiuui ii.-i;it.ii vi
lnchicf U. S. C. V.; Mrs. W. P. lJine. stiltlJ Hns and as a punishment for
ovFccrctary Texas division U. D. C.:!the scandal ho has raised tho former
Col. J. Q. Chcnoweth. superintendent i jjrooMwi mau may bo dropped from
Hon. Thos. V. Stono past commnnucr
Confederate llonir ami many ouhth.i
(Slimed) W. P. INI2
Com. Texas Dlv. U. S. C. V.
T. W. SNYDOH. Adjt. Ceii and Chief
OLD SPANISH MINE LOCATED.
Worked By Spaniards and Mexicans
a century Ago.
1. 1. Tav lllnn J n nllt
Spanish mlno has been discovered and
stated out near Salmon Peak in the;
eastern part of this county ira
Shwlew Tom Whalcy nd James
Uatham have staked the claim on what
Is public land. The mlno is of copper
nud gold and assays at $102 to tho ton.!
In the mouth of the mlno aro founJ
old trees with notchea cut. on them
for fcteps in which to descend. All
evidence goes to prove It was worked
at. least 100 yenrs ago.
Tho old residents of this place nay
that there Is an old chart In Soltlllo
Mexico of a valuable" copper mine
about 150 miles west ot Su Antonio
and It is thought perhaps this Is the
nlace. A mine was worked In tint vi
cinity over 100 years ago by Spaniards
and Mexicans and tli ore carried on
ths backs of burros to Saltlllo. Mexi
co These minors were surprise! o)
hostile Indians and nrarly all killed
nflor which tho mine was abandoned.
One thing Is certain the ore Is val-'
uahle gold and copper and the mlro I.
CALL MADE FOR SINGLE STATE-
Five Hundred Delegates From Each'ltlco
Territory to Meet In Oklahoma
City July 12 Delegates to Be
Selected in Primaries.
Oklahoma City June I C. 0. Jones
chairman of the Oklahoma-Indian Ter-
ritory slnglo slntchoort committee this
evening Issued his call for the conviu-
tlon to bo held in this city nu June 12.
There will bo COO delegates from Ok-
lahoma nnd 500 from Indian Territory
and tho twenty-six counties In Okla
homa nnd the twenty-uve recording
tlloli-lnln lii Tnrllrm TVrrllnn- u111 aplnp! '
their delegates In primary conventions
to be held Juno 8.
The purpose of the convention is
two-fold; KIM. to get the expression
of the people at largo upon what state-
hood legislation they want and sec-
ond to ask congress to eliminate tho
alliance of Oklahoma and Indian Ter-
ritory with Now Mexico and Arizona
lu tho next statehood bill. It Is ox-
pectud that several United States sen-
ators and congressmen will be present
at the convention for which great
preparation is being made.
Milburn Captures the O. R. C. Picnic.
Tho contract has been closed be-
tween tho Commercial Club of Milburn
and tho Order of Hallway Conductors
of tho Choctaw Oklahoma nnd Oulf
district for tho latter to hold their
annual picnic at Milburn Juno 22.
The slto selected is on tho east bank
of tho beautiful lllup river nnd is an
Ideal spot for such an occasion.
Special rates have been arranged
with Uie Rock Island from all points
on tho Ardmore branch. A special ot
ten or mora coaches will be run frosi
Outsldo of tho usual amusemc-nt3
there will be siclal features lnclud-
nr buit riding and1 bathing.
Preparations ar being made to un-
tertniu tho largest crowd over assem-
bled for similar purposes lu tho Chick-
At n recent meeting of the National
Postmabters' Association William No-
ble of South McAlester was made vlce-
prpsldent of tho association while
Postmaster Douglas of this city was
mndu victvpresldent for Indian Terri-
tory. Mr. Douglas has been notified
of his electlou and Is very rour of the
Equitable Mtii Reconciled.
(By Associated Press.)
New York. Juno 4. 'Alexander and
Hydo met today and It Is undorstood
decldo to forret their illfforoncofl and
agreed upon Robert T. Lincoln for
the chairmanship of the board of direc-j
I bean received In official quarters to
Rolled ham Kansas City man's ' tho effect that Warrabad. German hond-
Everything first clasa at Tucker's mar- quarters in Southwest Africa has fall-
kot. 4-3 en and that the garrison b.03 perished.
. WILL RETIRE
SECRETARY TAFT PUTS AN END
TO THE CASE AND REPORTS.
Evidence Submitted Falls to Sustalp
Minister Bowen In His Charges.
Diplomatic Service Will Be
Benefited Private Citizen.
Washington June 1. -Secretary Taft
utKXPxtedly brought the Uowcn
l.oomlft controversy practically to a
close and made his report to rresldent
Koosovclt. He finds that Minister
llowen ha failed1 to make good his
cburpi t gainst Asilstunt Secretary of
iiipioui.itlc service of the government.
I lie icstitnony railed to develop one
tin or evidence roiieciing ou the out'
clal Integrity and honesty of Mr. Uxnv
iy. Secretary Taft lluds that the lal
ter was inillscri'Ct In certain flnancldl
transactions while minister to Vcne-
ziKilu and he I.i llkelv to recclvu a
tuprlmand. It asi expected that tho
controversy would romaln open until
.1.- I .... I It. ...... .11
wjlo l0w on his way to this country.
n0 way called to Washington ut the
request of Mr. Uowen who It is un
derstooJ here claimed that his charg
(:. agaiiut Mr. Loomls could be sus
tnlued. In part by Itussell. Secretary
'putt acknowledged that the cas
would bo kept open for the submission
of new evidence if any should be oacr
ed. Ho knows pretty well what Mr
Uussell will say. however and has
formed hid conclusions regarding tho
No doubt is felt hero that as a rc
suit of the Investigation Mr. Uowcn
will b. permitted to permanently re-
tire from th cdlplomatlc tervlce of Uie
government. The IlrooUlvu man
doubtleis forcjnw that this would be
his fate several weoks ago.
SHIP IS ONE DIG MINE. -
Schoonsr Is Laden With Dynamite and
New ork June 4. So far us know
the most dangerous cargo tlint over
left this port In a sailing vessel wus
that carried yesterday in four-innst
art iichoonor (loodwln Stoddard. Cap
tain Miller whlcb sailed fortSan Juan
"orto nieo. The bdiooncr wias virtual
ly a floating magazine. The deckload
consisted of fifty drtims of gasoline
containing fifty gallons each aud 100
cases of naphtha. In the hold wcro
live tons of dynamite and ulurge quan
tlty; of lewder. Tho cargo -will be tali
en to the government stores nt I'orto
The captain nid that any uiembc
of the crow found smoking would bo
thrown overboard. Tho schooner lay lu
the upper bay for several hours be
fore a tugboat captain could be found
who was brave enough to tnke tho tow
to tho narrow.?. She Hew many red
flags .wtlfylng craft to keep ns far
away ns possible. Tho only fear of Cap
tain Miller Is that a fog may come up
TO PROSECUTE DESERTER.
Special Representative of Army As
signed on Landrum Case
Paris. Tex. June 4. Hon. H. R. Hlr-
mlngham assistant United States at
torney lor tho Eastern district will go
to Shorimu tomorrow night to ropro-
hont tho government In a habeas cor
pus proceeding Instituted by the fnthe
of Jes40 I-anilram who is In jail
charged with thu desertion from the
army. Tho father Is seeking his dls
chargo on tho ground that ho was un
der 21 years old nt the tlmo of his en
llstmeut and that hl3 tmllstment was
unlawful and void It being without tho
consent of tho father. The ca30 will
bo fully heard before Judge Rryant
Monday cvnd nil of Uio authorities will
bo presented. On account of the great
number or desertions which havo oc
curred ecently tho war department is
taking n great deal of Interest In the
case nnd has detailed Captain Judge
Advocate Roberts ot San Antonio to
nsslst in presenting the case. The home
of young Landrum is at Sherman and
ho enlisted at Ardmore I. T.
OKLAHOMA GAMBLING JOINTS.
Sheriff Garrison Closes Several and
(fc'y Associated I'lt!:-)
Oklahoma City Juno 4. In u raid
mado on gambling houses by Sheriff
Garrison and several dc-putlea early
Saturday five rosorts were closed and
five thousand dollars worth of para-
phernalia carried away by the officers.
The fherlff declares that the stat-
utes against gambling will be rigidly
enforced even to the extent of bring-
ing prlvute poker rooms undar the
The Yacht Apache Safe.
(Hy Associated ITOss.)
Ixmdon Juno C Tho bark-rigged
Apache the last contestant In the
kalaer cup trans-Atlantic race was
sighted this morulng. The Apache
carried sovoial prominent Now York-
ers aud it was fearod she was lost.
German Trouble In Africa.
(Ry Associated Press.)
London Juno f A dispatch from
Capetown says native roporU have
ARRESIS EXPECTED FOR INTER'
FERING WITH U. S. OFFICERS.
United States Indian Police Charged
With Assault and Battery Citi-
zens Make Appeal to Roosevelt.
Would Remove Agency.
(IJr Associated Tros.)
Muskogee I. T. Juno 3. Tin. next
step th government will tako In the
Orchil tribal tax case It is generally
understood will be tin' arrost of sev
eral citizens ou warrants charging
them with Interfering with United
Statta otliccrs In the discharge of their
duty. Captain Ayers Is ono ot the cit
izens who mado utllrtuvlts against the
United States Indian police charglug
them with assault and battery.
Indian Inspector Wright It Is said
hn rvelved Instructions trom Wash
Ingtou directing him If necessary to
mil for troops to close ihu stores of
those who refuse to pay the tax. but
uothlng will te done pending a duels
ion in the case of Captain John c
Wost of tho Indian police. Tho cano
was adjourned Saturday afternoon to
10 oclock this morning but on agree
mcnt between council In th ruse
when court convened this morning It
was deferred till 1:30 this afternoon
In th) meantime no effort is being
made to close stores and business is
being conducted as usual. The mcr
chants will send a committee of elx
headed by Thomas 1'. Smith of Musko
gee chairman; K. O. Itobb .Muskogee
A. D. Kennedy. Okmulgee; K. W
Awn-ns HufauH; George Williamson
Tulsa: A. Iarker.son. with Attorucv
W. i:. Hutchlngs of this city to Wash
tlngton to appeal to President Roose
velt to Interfere In bebair of the com
mtrclal Interests of the Creek Nation
This commlttco will depart for
Washington Monday and It Is not be
lieved my further effort will he made
to collect the tax till tho committee
has se 'ii tho president. J. H. Suocn
felt Indian i.gent. who has been sick
leave has returned to tho city and
will conduct the case tor the agency
Vruong other rumor.? current hero to.
day is one to the effect that Secreuir
Hitchcock lvi lliroctcd Inspector
Wright to remove tho agency to V ag
oner llfteen miles cast of Muskogee
Annual Report of Civic Commltte
The civic committee representing
the Women : Clubs ot Ardmore sub
mlts. herewith Its annual report. Its
w jrk and aim Is for the betterment of
tho city. It belLves that "cleanliness
Is next to godlessncss" uud would bo
grateful for tmy nnd nil Influence lend-
Ing to u better sanitary nud more
Pub committees represent each ot
thj four wards which report at each
meeting all sanitary neglect coming
under their observation. Theso nuis-
ances tnry nil the way from danger
from flro at the Roblnbon opera house
to Mrs. LeWco'b billy goat and while
thu committee has been handicapped
In its efforts to accomplish satisfac-
tory results notwithstanding tho ex-
ercl&o of much vigilanco.lt must be
romombered that tho city council had
little money and few men; but gener-
ally speaking reports to the chairman
ot Its sanitary committer or scaven-
ger havo met with most courteous re-
sponse. Kach ward .sub committee has its
own tmi3urcr personally responsible
for all monlej collected and disbursed
in hor wnrd an Itemized account be-
ing given at each regular meeting of
the civic commlttco.
Collections lu First wnrd $50 00
Expenditure 31 Co
Number of trees planted G4 and
many flower seed.
MRS. PET KUARNBY Treasurer.
Collections In Second ward $3 30
Hvpeudltures ' 1 GO
MRS. KRRKT DUN LAP Treasurer.
Collections In Third ward $41 CO
Expenditures 33 00
In bank 8 50
Outstanding S CO
M RS. V.VNDIJKRURG.Trcasuror.
Collections in Fourth ward.... $25 10
Hxpondlturorf 19 00
Number ot treeu planted 50 and sov
oral hundred violets and chrysanthe
MRS. S. A. IXUGIS Treasurer.
Total amount raised Including prizo
Tho committee ban been persistent
In It efforts to secure receptacles for
Uio trash and refuso swept from the
storou and shops ou our business
street; and whilu It has nothing to
ihow for hours of thought and reput-
ed effort yot It has ovory assurance
of success by tho early fall.
In the turly spring a movement to
Interest tho children was Innoguurtcd.
Prizes were offered for tho beat kopt
premises $10 lu gold for tho Hrst
prlzo and $5 for a second prizo to chil-
dren whoso parents owned their
homes and $10 in gold for first prize
and $5 for socflnd prize for chlldron
wlioao parents rent. Tho Ladlos of
the Iveaf Orlos and Young Indies
Whist Club donating $5 oach and thu
Cfvle- committee $15 aggregating $30
which Is deposited In tho First Nation-
Kuch child entering the contest vot-
ed for woven Judge of tholr own
eh'ooning who will pas upon tholr
work during the summer and ou Sep-
tember 1 award Uio prize. Tho votoa
wer counted by a commltUto appoint-
ed by tho clubs and Mr. Io Cruco
Mr. I D. Mason Mr. Milton Joaea
Mrs. Jordan Mrs. Illakemore Sr. and
Mrs. hlttlnirton eomtioso l ie iiulr.es"
Karh child was furnished flower
s vds. which had been generously do-
nated by Mrs. VanDcnberg and by
friends of tho territory In congress.
The Civic commlttco most urgently
request the club members to procure
a list ot contestants nud In driving
about the city show tho children their
Interest In this cducatlvo and highly
1 ho Hcliool board has been Inter
viewed nnd Imtiorttincd to put water
facilities on tho xchool grounds and
In the First ward to purchase tho
small lot udjolnlng the school yard.
which thoy coucedo Id a necessity and
will be gki't to do when financially
The question of parks and beauty
spots for a greater Ardmor has crea
ted much discussion and resulted in
the McUsh nddltlon of forty acres be
Ing laid out lu streets SO and 100 feet
wide with u 30-foot center parking
with driveway on each sldo unci cir
cles 100 foci In diameter at Intersec-
tion of streets u veritable park Ii
which to secure a home.
The wedge-shaped piece of ground
belonging to Mr. Wolvnrton lu north
west Ardmore Is bcautimily set out
with trees and will soon iw turned
over to tho city by that gentleman.
Tho licsibettor addition adjoining th
McLlsh addition will havo equal at
tractions thhi commlttco is taasurcd.
nnd Judge Walcott has most gcncrouH-
ly donated six acres which surround
an artificial lake and trees and shrub-
bry will soon b: net out. Tho
Cruco and Walter I;dbctter additions
in tho northwo-t are to bo elaborately
platted when put upon thu market nnd
tho Civic eominltteo recommend tho
Washington City plnn of circles with
strcotH running Into them lllto Un'
spokes of a whiyl so that Ardmore In
fntiiro will stand as a city of great at
traction In an artistic way. a well ns
from an educational and business
point of view.
It has been found neceisary to add
several persons to Uie committee that
each ward would havo equal represent-
ation. This committee has had the full and
hearty eo-openitlon of his honor May-
or Dirk and thn city council toguther
with th. generous and mo.it earnest
support of the Ardmorcite.
MRS. TOWNSKND. Ch'm.
MISS NICHOI. Sec'y.
TEAMSTERS' PRESIDENT CHARG
ED WITH CRIMINAL LIBEL.
Accused By Thorne Who Also Asks
$25000 Damages Proceedings
Grow Out of Recent Allega-
tions to Attempt Bribery.
(Ry Assoelnted Press)
Chicago Juno 1. Cornelius P. Shea
president of the International Urothcr
hood of Teamsters was tirrcstcd late
this afternoon on a charge of criminal
libel preferred by Robt. J. Thorne as
slstnnt. general manager of Montgonv
cry. Ward & Co.
Shru was arrested on a capias issued
by Judgo S. II. Rcthca of the United
States district court following tho HI
lug of will by Thorne who In add!
tlon to making tho chargo of criminal
libel asks for damages to tho amount
og $25000 from Shea. The Bult Is
based on Interviews given out by Pros
tdent Shea to tho newspapers and on
statements ho Is said to havo mado
to the effect that ho had been ottered
$10000 by Mr. THorno to call a strike
ngaiiiBt Scam Roebuck & Co. which
Is a large house In tho vnmo lino ot
business ns Monttomery Ward & Co.
Shea made the assertion against
Ihorno before tho county grand Jury
in addition to making them to news
paper men. and alter making them in
BUtlng. it is said upon tholr accuracy.
Mr. Thorne denies all of tho alleged
stntments of President Shea and In
his bill declares that bis standing and
reputation as a business man have
U-H-n injured vy trw Jasseruons of
President Shea gavo bond for his np
pearancQ when wanted In the sum of
t-. nun I
Woodmen of the World Hold Appro-
priate Services Unveiling.
In observnnco of the tlmo-honored
custom of keeping sacred tlr mem-
ory of departed sovereigns and In ac-
cordance with the day act apart for
this purpose. Woodmen of Uie World
held appropriate services at Rose Htll
tvmi'tery yesterday afternoon. The
feature of tho occasion was the un-
veiling of tho monuments ot Sover-
eigns Chancellor nnd Wheeler. Many
Woodmen gathered around the graves
topay tribute to tho memory of theso
departed members whllo Dr. Young
feelingly touched upon tire lives of tho
d.ceaaod and roforred to the beauties
of i ho order In carrying out tho custom
of comniemorntlou of the dead. IIIh
(address was a lino ono nnd very Im-
pressive Music was funilshed by a
choir from the Christian church and
sacred solos wore sung. The monu-
ments unveiled are typical and appro-
priate for Woodmen and nro attractlvo.
Following the unveiling services Uio
Kinvoti of departed members woro vis-
ited arid profusoly decorated with flow-
firm. Thus the custom to keep green
tho momory of the dead was fittingly
CANNOT BE REPAIRED AT MAN-
ILA UNLE33 INTERNED.
To the Close of the War Russian Ship
Lena at San Francisco to Be SvU
to Jap:n as Hospital Shin.
Skirmishing In Manchuria.
(Ry Associated ITess.)
New York. Juno I. A special dls
patch received her.' from San Francis-
co saya the officials at Mare Island
navy jnrd have received from Wash-
Ington formal Instructions to pormlt
the Russian auxiliary cruiser Lena
now- Interned at tho yards to proceed
to Asiatic waters for use as n hospital
Shu will put to sea within a monUi
and it Is expected her llrat destination
will bo a Jap.nicso port where wound
ed uussians can be taken aboard.
Tho giin nnd munitions ot war re-
moved lrom tho I!iia when she arriv-
ed In Sun Kniuclsco will not be re-
placed. (Ry Associated Press.)
Washington. Juno fi. After n confer-
ence with President Roosevelt today
Secretary Morton announced that tho
Rtuislaii cruisers Aurora Olcg and
Jemtchung. which arrived at Manila
last week will bo Interned at Manila.
Tho secretary said thatoidcm for In
tA-'rumont of tho vessels will go far-
wnrd to Admiral Train at once.
Ry Associated Press.)
Toklo Juno G. Tho following an-
nouncement mis made today from
headquarters of tho Japanese armies
"Karl In the morning ot Juno 3 tho
enemy's Infantry and cavalry number-
ing some three hundred men. attack
rd Krashliuno seven miles northeast
or Chaugao but were easily repulsed.
"i no fame nay at a: 30 o clock In the
moriiln a rquadron of the enemy's
horse i.dvanced south ct Tapalng
Chlon on Kwang-Chiatun road
some fifty miles northeast of Kwang-
Ping but suffered heavy loss from our
urlllcry which waa posted In tho vi-
cinity. Tho enemy fled northwest.
Our cniualtlos were four men slightly
wounded. Tho enemy's loss exceeded
(Ry Associated Tress.)
Washington Juno 5. Admlml Kn-
qulst will not be allowed to repair his
ships nt Manila. This soveriimcnt de-
cided tint n the Injuries to tho ships
were ux caused by sea or storm thoy
will be obliged to refuse permission
Tor vessels to bo repaired thero. Sec-
retary Tcft cabled the following In-
structions to Governor Wright nt
Mnnlla regarding tho Russian ships:
"Time cannot bo given for repairs
of Injuries recel'Md In battle. There-
fore vessels "annot be repaired uiiless
Internal until end of hostilities."
General Boyntdn Dead.
(By Associated Proas.)
Atlantic City N. J Juno 4. Gen. II.
V. Royuton ot tho Chlckamngua park
commission died today.
Taft Rules Against State.
(Hy Associated Press.)
Washington. Juno 5. Secretary Taft
today declined the application of the
state of Missouri to tako possession
of tho Morchnnta brldgo ncross Uia
Mississippi at St. Iouls on .tho ground
that thcie has been no violation of tho
Puracll High School Exercises.
lurcell. I. T.. June C The Purcell
high school held commencement excr-clse.-
hero Frlduy night which wcro
largoly attended. Thero was ono grad-
uate MIfs May Simpson. The featuro
of tho commencement exercisoa was
the essay of Miss Simpson. Tho re-
tiring superintendent Prof. Woods
waa given a pre.-cnt by tho class o
was also M'ra. Sharp for her great In-
terest In thu school.
Tho diploma waa delivered to MI33
Simpson by Judgo Dickerson.
Prof. Wood was not an applicant
for Uie position ct superintendent. Ho
will enter tho practice of law and
will lx associated with Dcrsot Carter.
Tho school board has elected tho fol-
lowing teachers: J. II. Payne super-
intendent of Tenneasce. Principal
yet to t c elated. Following teachers:
Caldwoll of Tenneeaoo Kcnder of Ok-
lahoma .Misled Tjnlco Dozler Kato
McClaln Lena McCarty Fay Under-
wood Oulda Cox Carrio Pool Goldy
Ross Lula Strongberg and Mrs. Payno.
Tho Purcell school board require
that teaehors must havo certlficatoa
from the exnmln'ug committee' of tho
Chickasaw Teachers' Association
which Is composed of Reck of Tisho-
mingo Downing of Rort Osborne or
Pauls Valley. Most of Purcell's teach-
ers will attend tho normal at Wynno-
uood Jena 2f.
Cotton Fire at Chickasha.
Chlckasha. I. T. June 3. A llttlo
after uoon today flro broke out In tho
cotton comprens horo. Tho flro was
discovered boforo it gained much head
way and two streams of wator were
quickly turned ou It. With tho aid or
tho flro department Uio blaze was soon
under L-ontrol. About srtxty-flvo bales
of cotton was damaged. The loss Is
ostlnuitcd at $1200. Thoro was on tho
comprois platforms nt tho time of tho
flro about 3.500 biloa of cotton but
through prompt r-ction this was saved
It Is supposed tho flro originated front
svarks from a switch engine
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