The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 263, Ed. 1, Wednesday, January 17, 1906 Page: 4 of 8
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TH DAILY ARDMOREITE.
Ardmore Wednetday January 17.
' SIDNEY 8UGQS 1'roprieior.
Xrdmore Wednetday January 17.
In ntHociUng pcuBlong or 10 a day
'or all Rood fillows. Kugeno Ware of
Cnusai mny li.ni- laid nlmaelf opn
o a f hargc of self seoklng.
lt Is u 1 right to adorn with ilia-
aonda n Garter when It Is to ha worn
y tho Mikado or by anybody on
horn ! ian bo neon.
Kran' it t) aeventli governor and
lay be the laat and bent of tlis tan-lory
of Oklahoma. Thl Ii the wish
f tho people ot the two torrltorlett.
lliiBBla announce with nomethlns
ko a whoop of triumph that only 30
or cent of her Manchnrlnn army Is
1111ns; to tear down tho Kovernment.
Tho governor of New Jerioy lmn
ranted a respite to Mrs. Tolla. Now
!t him get out ot tho Vermont class
y nt leant vlvlng her a commutation
It now bcglnB to look like Sponkor
annon will yet havo to yield In the
tatter of the Omnibus bill and agree
j statehood for Indian Territory nnd
When a person roadH a hoadllno
Itovolt la hpreadlng" It Is necessary
)r him to read farther to dotormlno
bother it refris to Hussln or tho
ouso of rcpreesntatlvos.
Hotter Kbit walks are very nocpssa-
y and the campaign that has been In-
ugtirated In that direction should on-
i st tho hearty co operation of ovory
Congressman Shc'ppard of ToxaH
a Introduced a bill In congress to
educe the mlleago of membors from
0 cents to C cents per mile. It Is
eodless to add tho Shoppard bill will
! ever become a law.
The precious stones Imported Into
his country during tho past year ex-
ced In value by more than 110000000
ho total Imports for any other year
j 'robably some of theso gems were
ought by policy holders loo.
Congressman Nick 1ingworth says
hat this country should set rid of tho
'hlllpplncs nt tho very enrlleBt oppor-
unity Can It be that lmgworth Is try-
ng to pick a quarrel with his pros-
ectlve papa-ln-law this eaily In tho
About three weeks ago ox-Governor
idell of Now York stated thai ho was
n tho tight for control of tho Kopub-
lenn organization of hs stato and In
he- fight to tho death. Now nothing Is
icard from him'. Ho fought It to n flu-
sh nnd wns finished.
Speaker Cannon provontod tho ad-
nlsslon of Oklnhoma and Indian Tor-
Itory last session of congress and It
lis task succeed will do so lyruln but
ho rale nt which tho Insurgents aro
ncreaslng now the prospect Is good
'or the dethronement of Cannon.
Hcport3 from South Toxns indicate
hat Janus S. Hogg Is still far from
oclug n well mnn nnd his friends
.hroughout the stnlo nixi gradually
'onilnc lo a realization ot tho fact
hat ho will probably novor again bo
i factor in the politics of tho stato.
Those big flues ImpoKod on lottery
nen nt San Antonio by a fodornl
ludgo huvn already put two Moxlcan
ottcry companies out of IiuhIhosa.
When Vnclo Sam strlkos a blow In
natters of this kind it usually pro-
luce i Jolt that ha a telling of-ect
At a snorting of the nbtractoin of
lie Indian Tc rrltory held at tho Ilusby
lotcl nt South Me.Uester a territorial
xbstractor'a association was formed.
The following olllcors wero elected:
Pscsldcnt J. D. Cox Tahloqunh; sec-
retary Mlsa S. A. Nisblt Durant;
Ucasurcr J. A. McNaught Ardtnor3.
Tho ss xt snooting will bo held In
3outh McM-tor. Mnrch C.
A Kansas traveling man paid $100
tho other day for nn exhibition ho
fnvo of ventriloquism'. Ho was at tho
railroad station whllo a corpso thnt
af a negro was being taken from tho
train. Tho box was bolng carried by
wvoral negroes and tho drumsncr who
was standing somo distance nwaj
"throw Ills volco" bo that It seemed
lo como from the casket and said
'It mo down easy boys." Tho star-
:lod pall boarors dropped tho box arid
mado a rapid gofaway. At tho cordial
invitation of tho marshal Pio festlvo
lrummor appeared '-i Justice's court
mil tho Justlco mado a kuobs that n
ntrlbutIon of $100 would about rov-
sr tho case
Something doing nil next wcolc a
he opera housi 17 4
Theic was a time In the history of
man whon might was accepted as
right. That time is no more. That
period of hUtory has been suppjanted
by Intelligence and an educated eon
science. This Is not n time when a
man Is accepted as n hero who can
twraecute oppress and triumph over
another because he may poem tho
mental rapacity to do o. The gen
oral worthy of holding In his hands
the llveg of his soldiers would not nn
dortako to do bnttlo where there wai
mutiny among his snen. He would
first remove the cause of strife. He
would not attempt to crush the weak-
er ami dlspeiiia with their service
as soldiers. He would bring all fac-
tions together that he may grasp vic-
tory with more oertnlnty. In the but-
tle of ballots tbst must soon come in
this ctintry shrewd generals will be
In demand. The man who Instead
of leading out and Inviting others to
follow. Is looking about for some
weaker person to slaughter Is commit-
ting a crime against principle. Hp it
the very enemy of that which he posei
as a friend. You democratic leaders
If you see a man hesitate or fnltir
shall It be your policy to crush him
and force him out of your party or
will you piny tho part of tho man
from Samaria and heal his wounds
show him the virtues of vour party
and strengthen him In party work.
Thoro Is need for nil In tho approach
Ing conflict. Tho man who begins nt
this onrly dato to destroy party har
mony Is mnklng for hlmsolf nn abid
ing place among the refuse of tho
party. Tho successful church worker
(loos not adopt a policy of coort'on ny
abuso and slander but by strength of
nrgumont forbearance with wrong
and tonderncss of sentiment. Kind-
noiis and sincerity nro wortli more to
nny causo than mighty strength ot In-
lulled bent upon tho destruction of
all who do not willingly concerto to
It Is Intimated that I'rosldont Roose
velt Is dlspohcd to uso tho club on the
robolllous membors of his party In tho
house In order' to make them do his
will. If tills Is tho enso ho Is making a
groat mistake. Ho ought to blandish
tho house ot representatives by giv
ing it to understand that he Is In a
fight to bring tho senate down from
Its high horse. The Iioubo would rush
to his support if It wero thus Im-
pressed. ' 00
Mr. Rogers contends thnt ho ought
not to bo required lo answer ques-
Uoiib put .to him b Attorney General
Ha'dloy o'f Missouri '111 regard to tho
ramifications of tho Standard Oil
Company slnco they nro purely pri-
vate afTalrs. For many years that
company hns maintained that the ter
ritory of this country belonged to It
for trading purposes hence that any
Investigation of how it conducts Its
business In nny neighborhood In it is
purely a prlvnte affair.
Two Life Convicts Break for Liberty
Posses in Pursuit.
Carthage Mo. Jan. 1". John
l'rankllii and Roddy Daluy life con-
victs In tho Missouri penltontlary
brought hero Monday to testify
against Ustlll 1 11. Duller on tho
chnrge of murdering policeman Claude
llrlco In Joplln mado their escape
today. Tho men In custody of doputy
Shoi'lff Uzra Marqulss and bolng trans
forred from Joplln where tho lluller
trlnl Is In progross to tho country
Jail In this city. Just na Marqulss
reached she door of tho Jail Krnuklln
Boutod; "Horo wo go Roddy' tho
men hroko tho handcuffs wlilc h had
them tuguthor and osenped aovoral
citizens nnd posses nro soarchlng for
Jealousy Ik like cmmltv. The Ies.s
said about It tho bolter.
Tho way the Indian Territory fel
lows Joined In the Inaugural oeremo
nlos. showed conclusively that tho
turrltor Is willing to submit to the
"Inevitable" and Is getting In Hue
to be a big factor In the affairs ot
the now state of Oklahoma. Capital
THIS AUCTION Monday night.
Owing to tho fact that thoro Is such
a demand for tickets to tho "Duiia
way Concort Co." which Is the first
number In tho Southwestern Uycoum
couro It has beconio necessary to
chango tho dato to Friday night Jan.
19th In order to got tho opera house
tho management fearing tho Moth'
odlst church will not accommodate
Tho Dimnway Concort Co. Is ono
of tho most popular high class en-
tertainer") In tho country nnd tho poo-
plo of Ardmoro aro very fortunato In
having tho opportunity of having thesis
ospoolnlly at tho remarkably lots- prico
of COc for ndults nnd 25a fos children
under - us. Season tlckots for tho
entire course will also bo sold at the
door for $1. W. G. niTZl'.KR.
Aro you going to the Al'CTJON
Monday night '
IT MAY BE RENNIE
REPRESENTATIVE CURTIS EX-
PRESSES HIS OPINION.
If Charge Fall to the Ground Rennie
Will Receive the Appointment.
Otherwise Gresham of Cen-
tral Will Try for Place.
Washington I). C Jan. 17. (Spa-
clal.) Representative Curtis said to-
day that Albort Ronnie wltl succeed
W. U. Johnson should ho clear him-
self of the charges filed against him.
and thai assistant United States At-
torney Gresham of South McAIestcr
hns a good chance for tho place should
Ronnie fall to clear hlmsolf.
Curtis also said that he exacted
the statehood' bill would be reported
early next week.
Two Kimny Fellows Hans nn' Nix
Thursday night. lG-2
Although W. II. Johnson's time- has
expired ho lc still drnwlng pay and
will continue to do so until his sue
censor Is appointed nnd qunltflcd. 3lr
Johnson's commission rends that ho
Ih to hold offlco until his successor Ih
appointed. It scorns that ho cannot
get riil of the Job much as lfe would
like to do so. He has been out of tho
city slnco his term expired.
A niimbor of dologntos wero In the
city yostorday on route to South Mc
loxter whore thoy go to attend tho
meet lug of tho Farmers' Union which
will be hold In that city today. It Is
announced thnt a permanent organi-
zation will bo porfected nnd new of
ficers elected. It Is romombor that
tho Union In Indian Territory recent-
ly withdrew from tho Oklahoma body
bocauso of alleged differences In mat-
tors of policy and that an organization
for Indian Territory It Is said can
accomplish moro for tho union than
being united with OhTnhoma. Thero
are several thousand members In the
lOfforts will be made. It was stated
to bring tho permanent headquarters
for the union to Ardmore nnd it hop-
ed thnt tho promoters will be success-
ful In the matter.
Opera house all next week.
No announcement wns mnde today
In connection with tho cases against
Mansfield McMurray and Cornish nor
could It be 'learned what disposition
would be made of them. It seems
probable that tho cases will never be
tried. Nono of tho defendants wero
In court. This wns tho day set for
Aro you going to tho AUCTION
TUB AUCTION Monday night.
INDIAN SUSTAINS INJURY.
Found In Hotel Skull Fractured Two
Ivist night nt tho Tlantors Hotel In
tho east part of tho city William
Simpson nn Indian about forty years
of ago wns knocked on tho head r.nd
probably fntnlly Injured. Illll Wlnnns
was arrested by the police but turned
over to tho Federal authorities this
morning nnd placed In tho United
Mrs .K. McCaskett a woman who wns
nt tho hotel nt the tlmo the affair
took placo' was also arroted this
morning nd plnceil In the United
States Jail charged with knowing
lfioro nbout tho nfTalr than sho cared
to'relato. Simpson It seems wns stop-
ping nt tho hotol for tho night with
two other Indians nnd was slightly
lutdxleutod. Ho llvos a jCew miles
south of lmro. What tho trouble cam
up over Is not known ns there were
no witnesses to the nffnlr. Mrs Oat-K
ott claims thnt at the time the affair
took place Winans wns In her room
while tho members of tho hotel sny
that Wluaus onnie to the head of the
stops after thoy hoard tin- Indlnn fall
and wild "llrlng a lump up hero 1
think I hit the Indian too hard." When
witnospos mrlvol on tho scone the
liidln wns lying on the floor. He was
lisslntcd : bod whore lu remained
last Slight h being thought thnt he
was not borlously Injured. 'This
morning when tho pollco investigated
tho nffnlr thej; fousid him In n critical
'condition. Tho wholo top of Simpson's
head Is crushed In. It la very doubt-
ful whether ho can recover. Neither
Wlnnns or Mrs. McCaskett havo
made and yesterday In reference to
Little Is known of tho affair and the
olllclals will probably have sosne d:t
Acuity lu getting nt tho facts in tho
caso. Tho examining trial will bo held
in ji day or so.
TUB AUCTION Monday night.
Got sny prices o-i Rranltcld walks
collar floors coping stops found-
19tf 3. W.. FIELDER.
Occasionally lovo affairs drap on si
that Cupid dlkapiK'ars and Fathom
Tsir tiles his place.
Otis Weaver of Ada a member of
the Democratic aaecutlvo committee
has Issued a call for a mass meeting
to coiiBli'.c-r the crucial situation of
statehood. He sayr this matter must
not be treated with Indifference.
"Think not" ho continues "because
Washington Is so far away and we
hav? no ofnclal volco or representa-
tion there our notion therefore can
have no Inuence. Congress Is profess-
edly disposed to glvo the people of
Oklahoma and Indian Torrltory what
they want namely Joint stntehood.
It Is now manifest that If tho bill
goe througn tho house In Its present
oni'iihUH form our opes will die again
In tbf Brnat" or In a conference com-mli'-c
The Democratic t ongressnn-n
and Mir. In.-urgcnt Republicans aro
r-h rly fu nds of s'atehood for thes-
tw 'Cititories Wha the gt-nuinr
' frlnds of stntehood In this country
j want to do so Is to lend their utmost
i moral support to the so-called Insnr-
! gents and try to force congress to cut
us loose from Arizona and New Mex-
ico. If Atla takes a decided stand in
this matter other towns will likely
follow suit nnd In tho combined In-
fluence of all thero will be tromond-
otis pressure to be brought to boar.
Death In New York Tunnel.
New York Jay. 1C Ton negro
workers were killed by suffocation and
caisson disease two woro drowned
two othors seriously overcome and
tho white foreman and his asslstnnt
suffered severoly In rescuing those
who survived when the compressed isr
pipe hurst In East River tunnel oppo-
site Forty Second street early today.
To Study Cotton Industry.
Washington Jnn. 17. Son.Uor Clay
Introduced resolution authorizing the;
president to appoint a commlsalon to
investigate and study the condition of
cotton Industry nbroad with a view
of extending American trade.
Actors Quarrel in St. Louis.
Chicago Jan. 17. Joseph Brennan
an nctor of St. Iouls was shot and
fatally wounded today In a quarrel
with MIchaol J. Walsh also an actor
Walsh surrendered. He claims self-defense.
Something doing nil noxt week at
the opora house. 17-4
If It's a nice suite of ofllce rooms
you want see H. W. Rnndol Ctf
Dally Arrlmorelto SO cts. per month.
For loans on cltv nronorlv soo H.
Fred Snider 720 West Main. Mm
milcHIll U11UUI ifVUUl
OUR JANUARY SALE OF
IS NOW IN PROGRESS
Price Savings Range from 25 to 33 1-3 Per Cent
We have surely anticipated your wants in this line
the very best values obtainable have been secured for
this sale Months ago orders were placed that make it
it possible for ua to present this offering at prices that
will be of intense interest to our feminine population
A visit to our store will prove a revelatiou the dis-
play is attractive both in price and the surpassing beau-
ty of the garments shown. The quality is above reproach;
materials are the best all garments are cut full and are
made in a sanitary work-shop-where every consideration
is given to cleanliness
Night Gowns and Chemises
Out- showing of Night Gowns and Chemises is superb a better or
snore complete line could hardly be imagined. These garments were
made especially to our order from finest muslin and cambric trim-
med in a variety of styles with beautiful lace and embroidery insert-
tion and edging; and hemstitched and cluster tucks words oannot
describe these garments in all their luxurious beauty.
Gowns' and Chemise
uOc value now
Gowns and Chemise 05
and 75c values now
Gowns and Chemise 85c
Gowns and Chemise $1
value now I C
Gowns and Chemise q 4 ia
S2.00 value now pl.j"
Gowns and Chemise rt 4 fn
S2.50 value now T 1 .70
Notwithstanding the decided increase in value of till materials
those garments aro nmdo full of b. st muslin and cambric trimmed in
tho most approved and stylish manner with lace embroidery bead-
ing and cluster tucks and offered at extremely low prices.
Skirts (55 and 75c values
to go at
Shirts Hue and $1.00
values to go at
Skirts Sl2fj value to
Skirts $1.50 value to nn
to at VOC
Skirts $2 00 value q j t
to go at p I tt)
Skirts 2.50 value
to go at
Corset Covers and Drawers
If you would know true merit view theso garments. Valno is our
first consideration very lino sheer muslin and cambric with laco and
embroidery alternating with dainty beading; Corset Covers are round
square triangular and V shapo yokes in a number of now designs; they
will be sure to please you. Drawers come in plain hemmed cluster
tucking and trimmed with laco and embroidery insertion and edfiii"-
Corsot Covers 25c value
Corset Coors 10o valuo
Corset Covers 05c valuo
Corsot Covers 75 and
85c valuo now
Corset Covers $1.00 and
$1.2") valuo now
Drawers 25c value
Drawers -10c valuo
Drawers G5c value
Drawers 85c valuo
Drawers $1.00 valuo
Drawers $1.25 valuo
Embroidery and Laces are Included in this Sale
Need we remind you of the fa't that we are the acknowledged leaders in this line of goods.
The Old Reliable Blue Front Store of Ardmore
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