The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 266, Ed. 1, Tuesday, November 14, 1905 Page: 1 of 8
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IN INDIAN TERRITORY-ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORTS.
fr llit: )kn
' VERY BEST BREAD
Nam on t-veril loaf
i Fur sl to
I SIDNEY SUOOB.
AJMMOKK IND. TEH.. TUESDAY EVENING NO V EM BE H 14 1905. J S8SSGBTIQ SOG PER I0SIBI NUAIBEH 206
MARTINEZ AND HIS DESPERATE
Are Cornered on a Rio Grande Island.
This Gang Has Terrorized That
Country for Many Years Must
Surrender or be Killed.
Houston. Tex.. Nov. 13. A special
from Minerva this evmlng says it I
desperate clitsn neiwocu iens ran-'
gers nml the bandit Martinez unit .1
dozen of his follower hnH taken place
on nn Island In the Itlo Grundn rlv v
In nn Isolated sect on. Runcheros r.r-)
riving "t Mlncrin my hat two have
been killed and maiij wounded. Also
that the rangers nr. holding thoi.-
ground Jin1 BUardln? th llaul '
hastily organized detachment or citizen
officers left Minerva thin .-enlng 'o
relnforc the rangers. It Is belloved
Martini anil his men will fall. Mnr-
'Inez nml g- iig have been terroni of
Tvxas. Mexico and Now Mexico fron-
Mrrs for the last twenty-five years.
They are stock thieves and murderers.
Many rewards are offered for them
.some especially large ones being by
various stales In Mexico.
Houston. Tex.. Nov. 13. A spoo'ul
from Minerva Texas to the Cnronl-
clp. dated Nov. 10 says:
Handlers from Pnllfoex. twenty
miles from hen' on the Ttlo Grniid
reiKirt a bloody battle between run-
ners and the band of Mnrtluez outlaws-which
has bech committing dep-
redations In the cattle country of Tex-
ts New Mexico Arizona nnd Old
Mexico for twentj-tlve years. The ran-
gers lmve been on the trull of Marti-
nez tlie chief ever since Hi killing
of Ranger Guff In Ibeuster fount v
'hreo monibs a so; at one time a
pitched battle was fought near l. re-
do. In which Martin ' broiher was
killed nnd the Imndit chief wnnnib n
Six runpers located MuriLicz nnl It "
band onnu Island In the r.lo (Sf.ir'l-.
n nssault was maile Friday nluht
and the Island was turned Into n but-
'lelleld. Two outlaws were killed but
i ho bnnd was so strong! v fortified
that the rangers retreated to either
bank of the river nnd hnvo set nbo'i'
to atarve the brigands In to surron-
Reinforcements have arrived from
1-arodo and the border along tho TUo
Grand'1; resembles nn armed ' eiuip.
Martinez who Is wealthy. Is wanted
for eight murders In Old Mexico and
'lirce In Texas. Mexicans nronnd Mi-
nerva declare ho has killed eighteen
r twenty men. Ho has been In lnt-
lo with posses ten times during his
carer was seriously wounded fon:' j
times and thrice his horso wns shot ;
from under him. This time tho ran-'
gers sny Martinez must surrender or
lie killed. I
OH BAJirtY. Wednesday night 1nth.
STUDENT GAGGED AND ROBBED. I
Oklahoma Man Victim of Hazing In i
Ohio College I
Mount Vernon Ohio Nov. 13. Dcs-'
plto tho Indignation aroused by tho I
death of Stewnrt Plerson tho Kenyon I
College student and the coroners
censure of tho Delta Knpl Pillion fra-
lernlty In his verdict yesterday bru-
tal hazing still flourishes In Ohio col-
leges. I IS MefSnvnrv nf ClUlnbnnin n stu
dent in the Ncxloy Theological Semi-
nary at Gambler was found in ills
.w ibid mnrnin" iuiiiii nml irii-rped !
and robbed of all his money and a !
fine diamond ring. Attached to Mc-1
Gnvery's clothing was n note which '
"p'bia w in ir. fn.- tbu Hmo. bin if i
nrmii ii win im wnrue "
Air.r.i.rnrr bnu been 111 reeentlv and i
! a sound slecwr and claims that
h" wns bound and gngged. but knew
nothing of the affnlr until found by
his roommate. John Ilrooke also or
Oklahoma and a son or Hlshop
Sheriff Clements of this city was
summoned to Gambler today to In-;
...il-.i.. mgn but ma ii nn Me in
tlnil any clew. Tho Knox county an-
thorltles promise a rigid inquiry.
run nnpw a4 COTTON PICKER3.ion against inn uu uiwuiu.iu.i
CHILDREN AS ttlium fll-lstSJ. .n.i thn r.wtnrnl court
The Attendance In Indian Territory
Schools Has Fallen Off 50 Per Cent
ChecotoJi. 1. T Nov. 13. Chesslo
Mclntosk. superintendent of school
for tlio Creek nntlon. said todny that
tho attendance In the rural schoals
hnd fnllon oft 50 per cent this mont-i.
Tills ho says Is due to the cotton
picking season and the rush of farm
work. Tho hi;n prices of cotton Suvo
caused tho f.irn.ers to gather oory
boll and tho children liavo been taken
out of tho sencols 'o asslBt. He 1m
lloves that as son rr the cotton p'e.li-
Ing Is over tho schorls will All up
again. In nearly all tho rural sell ols
whero twenty-five or thirty pupils are
enrolled tho attendance has dropped to
twelvo or fifteen. A boy or girl 12 or
14 j-enrs old enn earn seventy-five
cents to a dollar u day picking cottn
nnd tho chanci to make monev' is to'i
tempting for them to resist even In
coses where tholr parents do not force
them to quit d-hool to pick cotton.
Secures the Crown.
Christiana Norway Nov. 13. The
roturna or tne Plebiscite tauen at 81
districts show 29443 In favor of
Prlnco Charles of Denmark as king of
Nonvny and o.stw agalast him.
INDUSTRIAL INDIAN TERRITORY.
Shows Remnrkable Increase In Indus-
tries of the Last Few Years.
Indian Territory linn thirty-two Hour
nml prist mlllH lis against twenty sl
In l!HI0. capitalized nt $830151 .n
I against $121529. Their output Inercns
iil trom Si. 117(45 to $2111819 .'mil
the cost of material usoil from $912.
r.9S to $2011300.
Oil. cotton seed and cake establish-
ments increased from six to thirteen
anil their capital nt from $39-tSon to
J1.37I.9IS. while their products rose
from $151050 trt $1137799. The coir
of material used Inerensed from
$340217 to $1115735.
In printing nml publishing newspn
MH and periodical Indian Territory
shows a remarkable growth. Thu until-
ber of establishments of this charac !
ter Increased from fifty-eight In 1900 latest ruitoit emanating from Wash-
to 152 In 1905. The capltnl employed . Ington sources. When the delegation
Is $I52.0S2 us against $115003. The f Oklahoma Republicans received thu
salaried oillclals. clerks etc.. employ ''Ir-et assuranco of President Roosc-
ed Increased from live receiving $1900 elt that he would appoint t'nptalti
to sixty-one receiving $17353 with Frank Friintz govirnor of Oklahoma.
th average number of rng" earners "ke -Monte Chrlsto they held up ono
lne-e'-ed from 13S to 311. tm& the linger .mil cried "No 1. Spert. af
larg.-r number received $102542 as
compared to $IS3S9 for the lesser
number In 1900. Miscellaneous ex-
'penes In tills business Increased froni
$10107 to $00108 and cost f mate
rial used from $31872 to $115520.
The difference In vnlua of product
for the two years was $585007 for
190.'. as compared to $171009 for 1900.
The statistics aro particularly In-
t sting Just ut this time when the
territories nre fighting for admission
to stntehrvo:! and probably will he
used freely during the discissions be-
fore congress this winter.' I
DP HARRY. Wednesday night. 15tn.
KNIGHTS OF THE GRIP.
Have Terrific Encounter With Mon.
ster Snake at Turner Falls. I
D.-ivls. I. T.. Nov. 14 (Special.) represented ho had no tight to re-
A flMiInc nartv conslstinc of W. It. celve. -The charges were pressed and
RiHicb. ('. 10. Root and W. N. Hullock. Sneeil Is snid to have repaid the mon-
t raveling salesmen spent Saturday at
Turner Palls. Tlio mirtv flailed until
n late hour with good success. Their
.V.. .1 .. .... .1... 1 . e 1 1. .
eiiiuii nre viik uii me iiuiik. hi uie
str"nm which ftirnlslted sufllclont light
to fish by. After retiring for tho-
nlxht onaof the putty rolnted a snake
'stoi-y and It was not long until Mr.
Roach wns heard to cry out "I am
bitten. I am bitten by something."
Th.y all niado a search but found
nothing. About four o dock Roach
was frightened within an incli of Ills
life by a monster rattle suako slowly
crawling over him and commenced
to coll lilniKulf on Ills -breast. Mr.
Roach was paralyzed with fright and
could say nothing. Ho says the ra'-
tier seemed to have weighed tlf'v
pounds. Roach . wa supporting his
head by his hnnds. nnd while In tin
Dosltlon could have enillv caught his
jmnkelcts by tho neelt. It finally
dawied upon him. he says thnt to
(ntci the snake around tho head was
!. oniy mWins of surety. No sooner
had tills Idea seized him than It was
))Ut jnto acnon As quick as a flash.
Mn itoach grablM-d the snnkc nnd
I Jumped to his feet. Hullock and ItoDt
his companions maile a rush and in
their excitement ran against Roach
nnd ho awoke standing upright and
asked what was tho matter with thesi.
Qnlet was soon restored In tho enmo
anil tho fishermen all say It wns a
night to be long remembered.
WANT LAND OPENED
Marlow Would Have Farmers
Marlow I. T. Nov. 13. There Is lo-
ented southwest of Mnrlow In Com-
anche country. Okln. the Fort Sill
military wood roscrTOtlon. it is ay-
by 7 miles and contains a fine body of
agricultural lands. Slnco building tho
railroad to Fort Sill coal Is cheaper
fuel than wood nnd besides the wood
hiis been nrnctically exhausted in the
reservnt Ion. so this lino body of land
is not used for military purposes any
more. At present tho reserve Is leas-
ed to W. A. Wado for grazing pur-
poses and portions or it aro cultivated
by the custodian. Mnrlow Is trying
to Have uiese inniis inrown open m
Widow Gets Bly Reward.
i South McAIeSter. I. T. Nov. 1J.--
The heaviest damngs ovor awarded
Dy a jury in inuuiu huij .
turned lu the caso of James C. Jack -
llllu mill Itiliiuau. ... .....-
at Atoka 'nio award was z-iuuu.
inoltann was a conductor In tho em-
nlnv n t tho Missouri. Kansas ond
Texns railroad. In n collision between
n Kntv nn.i Choctaw rreleht Hero tnree
vitfirti npfi. hn was klllf'd while stand -
ing on tho depot platform signaling
his engineer. His wldvw sued for
r.0000 nnd tho Jury was out not more
Ihnn nn hour returning with the ver-
dict. The enso will bo appealed.
Carnegie Assists Jews.
Now York Nov. 13. It was nn
nnunced tonlclil thnt Andrew Carnc-
irin hnn contributed a checlc for $10.
nftft tnr llw relief of tho Jews In TtUB -
sin. The gift was attached to n letter
wnt to Isador Straus or tins city
in which Mr. Carnegie says:
"t nm nnlr too nlndto send you tho
..nolnun na n rnntrlhiitlnn to rund Tor
ho relief of your co-rellelonlut In
Russia Tho outrages committed thern
nr. Biieh ns nilcht lnd onA to Irwo
faith In humanity had not' the histarr
of tho past shown us scenes equally
"Io no' lm dlwonraced however
rnrler the law of evolntlon wo must
nteniinv ttioucii sinwiy. mnrcn npvrjru
and finally rencn tne iruo conwpiion i
of tho brotherhood of man."
Oklahoma Politics Horace Speed Is
Slated to Follow Gov. Ferguson.
MeGuIre Crowd Take Delight
In the Work.
The (luthrle lender says
Addltlonnl charges aro to be tiled
against Horace Siwed United States
'linnet attorney for Oklahoma Is tho
I im Uh lu fit 1... !i ' li tl... ul.ii.trA
1.1 IIIIJ 1 J 11. .IV. II. III!- "l.ll)l.
' ter that lias Imhmi marked out for
' Dennis l'lynn and bis friends who
ba" been opimsliiR MeGuirc and ills
rriemlH lu territorial K)ll!ics. Thu
others that are marked lor ducnpltn
linn have already been named In those
columns but Just now the chleT efforts
' or the "organization" are being usqiI
to accomplish Speed's dethronement.
To this etui the Oklahoma delegation.
after their entirely satisfactory Inters
view with tne President Immediately
hied themselves to the department of
Justice and beta converse with Attoi'-
ney (leifernl' Moody regarding the
changes pertaining to Speed. As Is
already well known Spi-vd Is charged
with wrongfully having received a fens
of about $8.00(i a few years ago as
commission for the collection of can
taxes lu Pawnee county which. It Is
ey or tit least something over $5000
nf It. nn n (ininmmlse u-itli I he lionnl
of county commissioners of Pawnee
. . . i. .. ii n.i.nin...h
enmity. u 11 l kiiki iiiiiiiiitniiii
charges are to be llled against them i
The outcome of the fight over the
recotver of the IjiwIoii land ofnee
which Is Just now the crucial ixilnt lit
Oklahoma lKilltles Is awaited with
great Interest.. It has br-en ntinoitnc-
ed that It would be settled during Del-
egate McGulrc's visit to Washington.
and some announcement along that
line has been looked for ever since the
President's declaration of his Inten-
tions concerning i..ailalii Krnnlz. The
seven candidates In the Held on tne
start have virtually dwindled down t
iwci 11. A. Parmenter. who has the
endorsement of the Klynn-Kerguson
crowd and ".lake" Hanion who Is
verfiimlzed ik the McOnlre candidate.
Success for Mcdulre In tho fight would
mean his complete domination nn th"
dlsp-mser of federal pntronagV In the
THET.TURDER AT BINGER.
Where Robbers Entered Station and
Killed Wife of the Agent.
Anadarko. Okln.. Nov. 13. The lit
He town of Hlnger Okln was the
scene of a most cowardly murder this
morning' about 1 o'clock the victim
being Mrs. Steadmon wife of the stn
ilnn nniml rtlntrer lu n little town
...... tt ...... ' - n -
' . V. . 1iAAt. ri-m. 1 ntfliit In
I Geary and is located
nines irom Anuunrso.
lost night Mr. and Mrs. Steiwtniaii
' were sleeping In the station and at
about 1 o'clock this morning n robber
ntered ti.o station through the win-
ilru- I In wns Keen bv Mrs. Steadmatl.
who evldentlv made some outcry.
nnil thu robber Immediately shot and
Killed her. and mado an nttempt to
reach the window ngaln. lie was
fr.-d upon by Mr..Stendman. and ho
linmodlntulv lcttirned the lire hut the
flve nf neither was effective the
robber escaninc nnd running- north.
Immediately upon the alarm being
Siven the sheriff organized a posse
and left Anadarko for Hlnger. and U
K thought they will be able lo catch
the assassin. Excitement Is at fever
bent for both Mr. nnd Mrs. Stenu
man are well known both In Anadarko
Tbn bnilv of Mrs. Stondmoil will
) Hh(pp'd to .raeksboro Tox
iiwion. uiwu.. nuv. ..
i i milarnH Ilin llfirk IS-
Ult-ll mm .i.i.v i-..v..-.i. ....... --
hind depot at Uluger tiroKo into uie
mnnev till nnd- secured several ilol-
inra ' Mm. Stnadmnn. wife of the
nKent. was awakened by the noise and
. -ma i er bed and screaaieu.
. u-ior iinon ono of the robbers fired
. Unon her with a revolver miiing u i
almost Instuntlv lloth men miuio
their escupe. Toda' a large poso of
ofllcers ore In search of them but at
noon little cluo to their whereabouts
iint iMm discovered. Hundreds of
men arc- Joining the searching party
and mob feeling prevails. Negroon
nm snnnosed to have gono In a south
westerly direction nnu omcers aionc
1 tVi llneu are looltlnc for
caught tho aasasslns will most likely
bo summarily dealt witn
I Tumlnn the Tables
! .VMnntn. On.. Nov. 13. T. 7.. Justice
j n n-hlte man. was captured by a mob
of necros Vero tilav chnreed with
thn rrlmlnol assault ot a riecro drl.
justice was threatened with violence
n.nd the mob Incrmsed to more than
a thousand demanding that he he
lvneSi. stronc; forco of-police res
nti! .lu'tlrtj and took him to polie
rru ilM'tllY. Wnesduy night 15th
WHOLE RUSSIAN EMPIRE
THROES OF DISSOLUTION.
Poland Under Martial Law and Gov-
ernments Intention to Suppress
Pulhh Movemtnt Creates Pan-
ie Germany and Austria.
Si Petersburg. Nov. 13. -The
tnal proclamation of mart al
law throughout Russia Pokind and
!.. i??. . "!Lppir.?" tlM l '.llHh '"ony
-.ii k. mxmi; .iiiiijiiuiuy iiiiiuim creni t
id a imnlc on tho Itourse tbday. Im
perlal fours again fell to SO. Indus-
'rials mi to have have no bollotn.
fw"0" to the
th.: the Imruru: ukase was Is
M.e out Count Wltie s head at the
nHga lo t of he reactionaries w.ilch
n. n?'! n'i o . '"'i
n.ent but It can be stated with posltlv
enesh that the action was taken upon
the premier s advice Count Wllte
favori'd and ni.ressed on hlH majesty
H.e atvlsnhlllly or restoring ! In amis
i cms union and reverse the policy of
he ltusslllcnllon of the grand duchy
but to surrender nulomony to Polond
arier nil the old grievances of the
Poles had been redressed nnd tney
had been p aceil npoti uu etiutillty with
Russlnns the count considered would
....i.. . . .
iiu. ee .i jireiiiue iu uu uucnipi 10 se-
up the ancient kingdom as an entity
and would Involve ultimately eltn ;
f1w il turn ntit Itit rin onf tt i1t tti iilno m
the necessity for bloody suppreislon Made t Hol for Barron and Must
such ns mnrked the revolutions of Answer for Criminal Libel.
1S31 and 1830. It was regarded as' Hoston. Mass.. Nov. II. Counsel
wine therefore to tuko.the bull by the ..presentlng Chnrles W. llarron stnt-
borns nnd let the Poles understand 0( (()imy lJull jlMiKl Wcntworth of tlio
that tho separate movement would no; jllnicpiii rlnrt had decided to Issti?
be tolerated and that until they came (l wnrrut f0r the arrest or Thomas V.
to their senses further efforts to place Uwm on a ci.rS.. of erlmlnnl libel
In oporntlon the reform manifesto preferred bv llarron. The case re-
would bo susponded. i Klllu from slnt0ncnta nlleged to l.avo
It Is generally believed here that i lnn.i i n mnenxlnn nrtlcle bv
nn ii iierinany nun Austria nave given
Russia ascurances of support but of
what nature cannot bo learned.
Whether or not this Is tni'j both Ger-
mnny nnd Austria naturally aro Inter-
ested each of them having a Polish
problem on Iheir hands In not raising
the Polish hopes of a restoration of
he ancient kingdom of Poland nnd
the pitwenr movement In Poland cer-
tnlnly will not receive the sympathy
of the governments beyond the west-
NONE WAS PROVEN.
Negro Has Her Money Safe from the
New York. Not. 13. The appeals
ll.-..m of tho New York state su
preme court today handed down a de-
cision dismissing a suit brought by
lohn R Plait niralnst Hannah Kilns.
ti negress to recover $G85000 Piatt
asserted he had given under coercion
Tho court stated in tho decision that
It. was not made on the merits of thT-
There are In the convplnlnt." th
decision reads "many allegations .if or llarron for criminal libel In mnt-
acts on tho part or Hannah Kllas ter printed In market sheets by flnr
which would result necessarily In a
decree requiring her to make restltu
tlon or what sho received from the
plaintiff. The difficulty Is thnt none
BURNED TO DEATH.
Indian Pitched Headlong Into Fire
place and Was Roasted.
1-awlon O. T.. Nov. 13. Mrs. Mary
Loto. wife or ono or Geronlmo's war
staff yesterday tumbled headlong In-
o tho fireplace of an Indian hovel on
tho military reservation and was
burned to death beroro relief could
irrlve. She and h"r husband came to
I-awton Saturday and upon returning
home the tragedy resulted. The mill-
tnry authorities have begun an Inves-
ugnuon anu u ino man who ho hi uie
Indians liquor should lr found h
would be the victim of law enforce
Reoubllcans Issue Call.
South McAlostor. I. T.. Nov. 13.
A call has be-li Issued convening Kn
ropubllcan executive committee of
tho Choctaw natloji at South MoAles-
tor. f T. Nov. 10 for the purpose of
Indorsing a .candidate for tho Unltoo
States Judgeship nnd district nttor-
neyshlp for the Central district of
Shlo Struck Floating Mine.
San Francisco. Nov. 13. Another mAoe.j.iuKe uyul" '"'V'""
Japanese merchantman has been 1 freUous decision nml onlmvl the an-
1:1 '. .... n..i.. t.n .i..if. nea dismissed thus granting Petti-
imuw II liw uj u. inmi.wis iti .11... 11 ...
tho coast of China. Nows of this
second d sastcr wns brought here by
the 1'aelllc mall steamer China which
arrived yesterday from the Orient
Tho ship lost wns tho MolJI.
The vessel struck the floating mine
off Klnchow October 12. Only ono sea-
man was drowned. News of tho dls-
ester wns received by the officers of
tho China at Yokohama.
DU IlAlMtY. Wednesday night inth.
SECRETARY TAFT'S RETURN.
Members of Partv Will Reach Wash-
inaton This Evenlnn.
Norfolk. Vii.. Nov. 1L Thiv H. S
Cruiser Columbia bearing homeward
Secretary Tart and putv. from the
Nthm'is of Panama. nrrlviHl. thls morn-
mc. Th- nartv will' nroe'eed this even-
Ipg .to. Vashlnplon. - '
JAMES H. HYDE TESTIFIES.
Former Equitable Official Tells About
' Bin Loan by Trust Company.
I Now York. N. Y. Nov. II.--.lames
II Hyde testifying before die insur
' ntuv Investigating committee today.
said that the objects of the niyster-
I lous six hundred nnd eighty-live thotts
and dollnr loan by the Merrantlle
Tnni company to the Kiiuitable Life
Assurance jtoclnty ns to buy otf In-
convenient law sul to buy up stock
( of thu Kuultnble nk It came Into nuir-
j ket and to make polltlcnl cotitrlbu-
Hyde mid that the only political
contribution of which he knew was
that of twenty live tnoucnnd dollars
to Cornelius N. Illlss. trctmurcr of the
Republican National conitnlttiv In tne
last presidential enmpalgn. " This
contribution was solicited by II. ('
Krlck." snld Hyde.
AGAINST RATE LEGISLATION.
p t(i(ll Ao t 3ucr Actlon Mflrfe 0
presdt bv nallwny Employes
Washlnglm P C . Not H.-An
.ltrncHl . WBh made to Prelden-
KnOitV0lt (my againt the proiosed
raHnwd freight Illation. The pr
tMt WUH l)V reprw. ntntlve or the
lVo great IiiIkm' organizations conniH t-
wlth rilIO)dlnK consisting of en-
KnorHi nremen. conductOM. swltcli-
rn1Iu.n. The representa-
vts oIntH oul t0 tlu prudent that
rftnoad rate leilslalIon logically tu f
i0Wt-lMK ot nites. This tney
It wlll b0 fonWed by n
M1C 0r the earning power iiomls
wnw.l.ntiy redi. ...u eventu-
y r u wnK6fi of r.ur0a.l em-
WARRANT FOR LAWSON.
I.awson. llarron Is proprietor or a
bureau for tho distribution of financial
news In this city. Tho court Issued i
the wnr.nnt nt noon nnd an ofiUvr
was sent lo servo tho document.
FOR EIGHT HOUR DAY.
American Federation of Labor Votes
Assessment for Union.
Pittsburg. IM.. Nov. 14. At the
Amurlcan Federation of l-iuor conven-
t Ion today an assessment of one cent
I per member n week for four weeks
' was levied on the entire membership
1 of tin; federation for the benefit or
the International Typographical Union.
lu Its light for an eight hour dny.
The remirt. or Treasurer Unnon. of.
the American Federation of Labor
was made last night.
lloston Nov. 14 Ileforo tho war-
rant wns served an agreement io-
twen counsel was afTectwl whereby
Lnwsou Is to appear In court next
Saturday nml submit to service
warrant. Mwmwhllo counsel for Utw-
son will imply Tor warrant for arret
LINE SALOON LICENSED.
Lonq and Bitter Fight In Comanche
County Ended After Contest.
Ijiwton. Okln. Nov. 13. Sotttrday
thu county clerk Issued n license tu
thornus Pettlgrew to conduct a "line
saloon." nbout two miles west of Mar-
low.. I. T.. on tho Comanche county
side. These saloons are the pleasure
rosott of the Inhabitants of Indian
Terr tory. This matter is on" tutu
jns been appealed from the county
commissioners court to the district
nn thn lnth dnv of July the
ruiinn f trrnntlni- a lirnnno to Petti-
Krf.A. mm(. u( before tho commission
nn(1 tlu.y hTnnt0d the license. X ro-
mmstranee hnd boon llled previous to
ibis lime but the commissioners overt-ill
'd the remonstrance whereupon
the reninnstrators nppenlPd tho case.
When the. mailer came up for hear-
ing In the district court boforo Judgo
F. K. Gillette on October ZDth. tno
order of the commissioners was ro-
virsed and the license was denied
Pottlgrew. The matter did not conn'
to a clofo nt this for on November
7th the proposition was again taken
i In the district court on a motion
for a rehearing. At this time It was
shown to tho court that 119 notlco of
nppoal was ever served upon the conn-
1 tv commifi.onH s. '"A' m2
. . ii. i
rrew his license. U 1 as Jho do-
" " 7 ; '
iMoons" to knock nil out by process
Ihrough the court.
Slump in Cotton.
New Orleans. La. .Nov. 13. Tho
news of a slump In Liverpool rtuc'nod
here before Ihe opening and creatod
a nanlckv feellnir In the locnl cotton
mnrket. which nt the opening showed
11 decllno of a dollar a bale. The
break at Liverpool of over $2 a Inlo
Ik said to 1k due to- Americans realu
Ing profits there.
Ney York. Nov. 13. There vtin
. m"ch excitement In the cotton market
this' morning price's selling 3ft points
niH lower or nenrlv half a cent below
tho hUh record of lost week litfer
.' tho market rallied 4 to 5 potots.
FOR PERMANENT GOVERNMENT
OF INDIAN TERRITORY.
Whsther Statehood Is Granted or Not.
Interior Department Does Not In-
tend to Recommend Any Form
of Temporary Government.
Vablngioii. No. li - The otllcinls
of t.ie Intel lor iK-imrtment do not In
tend to recommend any form of t-m
Krnry Movernment for Inillati Terrl
tory becnuse they bolieu- Hiai con-
gress wlll make iomo provision Tor
a permnnet novernment during tho
coming senslon whether stntehood Is
RranttM or not. Although th tribal
orsun'siatlfiiiH rlll ov Jlssoled snd
r II! be no pcntril govcrunicuc
after the 1th of Mwrch next. It Ia be
lleved that nlTalrM ran run along In
definitely ns well as they an dolug
now and that any attempt to provide
a tenipornry government wlll postpone
a settlement or a problem Which
should be decided al once If Indian
Territory Is to be admitted as a -'tate
either sltiRly or Jointly with OKbiho
ma. there Is no reason for delav In
'i rtnln respecls the condition- for
sinlehooil nro not Ideal but th' pros
Idont belloves they will InvprovO un-
der a state government more rapidly
than ns a terrrltory. After the 4th of
March there wlll be no authority to
luiiKisc taxes except In the municipal
Itles. but thai Is practically tho somo
as at present and when Uie tribal
organizations dissolve on the Ifh of
March tho tribal olllcinls go out of
power all tribal taxes cease 'fnero
Is no money for schools roads or anv
other public purpose except In the
municipalities but It Is the president's
opinion thnt congress should take der
Inlte nctlon promptly In one form or
nnother. so that tho people of tho ter-
ritory can settle down to business
knowing where they stand and what
future Is before them.
Congres.s Will have to nuke provi
sion for the education or the Indian
(.;uimi. and the white population wlll
have to talco care or their own schools
heenuse the Indians cannot bo taxed.
Some provision must also ri made for
the construction and maintenance ot
roads and bridges but that probltti
will be left for the futuro government
to solve. Uufortunately when congress
was disposing or the Indlnn land.i
they wero all exempted from taxa-
tion and no reservation was made for
educational purposes. The prestden'
wlll recommend that tho trust Tunds
belonging to Mho Indiana now In tfio
custody of the federal government bn
dedicated to'vtho education' and tha
the Interests bo paid annunlly to tho
several tribes nccordlng to their legal
proportion to pay for schools. The
children of tho white raco have no
right to participate In tho benefits
from these funds but that can b
easily adjusted by the appropriation or
amount from tho public treasury for
the same purpose and putting both
ii... ii.iinn monnv and the appropria
tion Into a permanent educational
Certnln influences are at work . to
secure authority for the dlstrlbuti n
of this money pro rata among tho In
dlnns to whom It belongs but tho
president and Secretary Hitchcock
would regard that a calamity Judging
from past experiences men mouj
would slip through the hnnds of the
Indians like water througn a seno.
'riw.r.. la nlsn a movemont On foot to
remove nil restrictions from tho snlo
or Indian lands. Under the present
law negroes and all other persons
without Indian blood who snnreu in
iiw. niintmont or tho tribal lands can
sell them at ntlV tltno they like .if.d
a large proportion have already passed
Into the hands or tue wniie. i mn
law. however forbids the sale of any
lands allotted to minors until the
owners shall havo become of age. and
It requires thnt every Indian men.
women ami children participating In
the allotment shall reserve forty ac"rt
ns a homestead for life.
TROUBLE AT CONSTANTINOPLE.
Authorities Will not Allow Particulars
to be Wired Out.
Constantinople Turkey. Nov. 1L
A bomb outrage was jverpetrated to-
diiy lu the Poera quarters. Tlio author-
ities wilt not uermlt rue particulars to
be sent nt present.
Attacked by Panther.
Mst Sundny evening whllo return-
ing from her father's lease two miles
north of (Tie homestead. Genevieve
tho le-yrar-old daughter of Mr. tin-l
Mrs. M C. Reddlngton of near Cullon.
-u dragged from' her horse. Th"
horse which Is a pet ot the llttlo
girl's refused to leavo tho girl an'i
fought tho animal thereby saying her
frm serious Injury and with U10
tltnelv nppearanco of an Indian of uiai
vicinity undoubtedlv snved her life.
The panther escaped Into the "1""
Hnkg parties have been out for tho
.mstweek In search nml have found
trcks and een the animal onco or
we lint only at a distance - -Anndar-kq
Milk gravv caa be' made from sans-
atro fat by using' milk instead of wa-
ter. . Onions Bhonld bo soaked in wortn
salt water about an hour before
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