The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 7, Ed. 1, Sunday, May 27, 1906 Page: 1 of 8
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OLUEST DAILY NEWSPAPER IN INDIAN TERRITORYASSOCIATED PRESS REPORTS.
Steam Cleaning and
ARDMOEE IND. TEH. SUNDAY HORNING MAY 27 IU06
TECUMSEH MAN SHOOTS QIRU
THEN KILLS HIM3ELF.
Insane Jealou$y Prompted tne Shoot-
ing and Suicide Doth Parties
Were Highly Esteemed and
Prominent Lodge Workers.
Shawnee Okla. May 20. At eight
o'clock thlii morn'ng a (armor driving
thrco mllea south of this city on tho
Mission road discovered the bodies
of a man and woman lying ISO yards
from the toad and a horse nn.l buggy
tied nearby to n phono polo.
Tho bodies were found to be those
of James E. Heed formorly n tho
grocery business at Tecninseli and
Miss Ollt j Johns stop-dai'htor of J. S.
Sclnimiikor of that place
Ueed nnd tho young lndy loft homo
last night ostensibly to attend n ban
quot by tho Odd tVllows In Shawnee
but It Is not believed tlmt they over
reached this city. Tho man was 48
and tho lady 18 years of ago and ho
had bean otmmorod of hor for somo
Prom nppoornncos ho had Insisted
on his suit and she had ropiilsid him
finally looping from the buggy nnd
running Into tho flold tc escape.
Ho had then tied the horse to tho
polo and followed her flrl-ig tw j shots
one of which struck hor In the Mp and
tho other In tho right slionldo. Two
moro shots fired at closo range enter-
ed her head causing death and burn-
ing hor hair around tho wounds. Sho
fell faco downward clutchlnj hor
blood-stained handkerchief One of the
heels was torn from the shoe and
marks on tho back of hor neck show
where Heed clutched her. Ho then
walked a few feet away and fired two
shots Into his head evidently dying
Prom Indication both nnd becu dead
about twelve hours when found.
Heed hns always borne a good man-
ly reputation but It Is believe I that
his Insane Jealousy caused the shoot-
ing nnd suicide. Ho was a widower
nnd had one daughter marrle! living
somewhere In tho two territories. Tho
murderer was prominent In tho Odd
Fellow and Mnsonlc gocleltles nnd
came from Arkansas.
Miss Johns was a young lrly of
about 18 years. Sho was formerly n .
l.gh school student nnd recently
consod going to school In order to
prepare for her marriage to a Tecum-
stfr young man which was to lnvo oc-
cured In June. She was secretary ot
tho local blvo of Meccanoes.
"TO PEOPLE OF KANSAS."
CHARGED WITH BRIBERY.
Fresh Evidence Forthcoming Against
a Kansas City Capitalist.
.St. Louis May 2(5. Assistant cir-
cuit attorney Flckelssen has Just
drawn up now Information clinrglng
Hobcrt M. Snyder n capitalist of Kan-
sas City with bribery on tho allega-
tion of having paid $60000 to certain
members of tho city council In 1SS9
for the iKissngo of the central trac-
tion bill. Recently tho case was dis-
missed because of failure to secure
the presence of n prlncliMl witness
who now promlsos to testify at tho
Pikes Peak Snow Clad.
Colorado Springs Colo. May 2(1.
The Norms of tho past three Jays In
the mountains around this city havo
left Pikes Peak with a heavier man-
tle ot snow than has covered this
mountain beforo at this porlod In tho
year for t scoro ot sen'H. At the
foothills arc entirely bare of snow nnd
covered with spring foliage tho effect
Is particularly striking.
Hudson Dies From Woundr.
Anadarko Okla. May 2C Prcd
Hudson who shot ntfil killed Deputy
Mnrshal Uourland Thursday morning
died this evening from tho effocts of
his wounds during tho fight.
Governor Hoch Issues S'atement In
Defense of His Actlot With Katy.
Topekn Kans. May 20 Governor
Hoch today Iss rd n 'srsthy state
ment to "Tho people of Kansas" InJ
defense of his action In p"mlttlng tho
stato of Kansni to take part In tho
suit of tha Missouri Kansas nnd Tex-
as railway to dotormlno Hs claim to
each alternate section along Its lino
In tho Indian Tcrrltoi..
Hoch lakes the full iPsponslblllty
for his olllclal notion nnd says: The
state by Invoking equitable Jurlsdlc-
diction and povers of tho supremo
court simply dlsiarges 1U plain duty
as trustee a duty voluntarily aisumed
by Its legislature."
Tho governor rays iho allegation
that tho nppolntment ot his friend
John .Madden n. general nttoniey of
Kansas of this lllwa) w. the result
of any understanding or agreement
with his ortlolnl action In this or nny
other matter Is h falsehood. The gov-
ernor says the rnltrnvl assumed nil
expense for the stilt and ii'nt both tho
state of Kansas and alloltees of the
lnnd In the territory would ! bene-
fitted by he suit as It would olonr
As Successor to Lid' ton.
Topoka Knns. Mny S3 Clovotiior
Hooh nnnouncod todnv t'st as soon
ns Senntor Uurton resigned he would
appoint his successor. SU.to Sei.ntor
Dolly nnd 11. N. Allen o' Chnnute nre
both hero nnd It Is said are tinting
tho governor to .ipitolnt V. H. Stubbs
Mexico Is Firm.
Wnshlngton May 2C Tho Moxlcnn
government's reply to tho American
Inquiry Into tho solsturo of American
fishing schooners was received today.
It shows that the ships wore In Mexi-
can wntM In violation of the Mexi-
$5 discount on all scholarships sold
In Selvldgo HubIucss College from
now till Juno . 25-3
PROSPECTS FOR STATEHOOD
BILL GOING AS SUCH.
Cannon Has Made no Reply to For-
akers Ultimatum and Unless the
Former Will Compromise He
Mutt Suffer Dfea.
Washington May IC t'nless Mr.
Foraker should relent. Speaker Can-'
ion has lost his opportunity to com-
promise oven on the second Pornker
amendment. It was two days ago that
the Ohio Senator sent his Inst prop-
osition to the Speaker nnd as no
nnswer has been received Mr. Porak-
it ramrliiiloit It Inn tioitti rnltctil.
Now accordingly his terms are the (
llurmws amendment which does not
ovon give the people of New Mexico
nnd Arlxona an optmrtunlty to ex-
press their wish us to stntohood.
Such an attitude on the mrt of Mr.
Porsker Indicates his eonlldeneo of
Imlimr ulilu tit mil tliM ui'iinjituatital
statflnHxI measure onto the sundry
slvll bill as a rider. Mr. Porake-r he-
lioses there are at least forty-nine J
senators who will support him In this
project and that would he a majority
TIioubIi the MiMMker hns mnrw than
once proved his resourcefulness In
such struggles as this action would
bring on. men who have witnessed
mnhy iarllainentary ooiiiosts declare
thy can conceive of no wny for the
speaker to escape defeat.
.ijhe sundry civil bill Is not ono that
oould be sacrificed nt tho nltar of
tho1 speaker's vanity nnd least of nil
this purtlculnr one since It cnrrles
thy appropriation for the canal. It
would therefore bo n content of en-
durance ami In such struggles the
house Is nt a disadvantage when so
many members have to go home to
fight for irfilltlcnl existence.
It hns been remarked thnt the
speaker as If In anticipation of this
contest keeps the public buildings
bill In committee although It has
practlcANy been ready for more than
six weeks. This bill wilt make n dis-
tribution ot about $20000000 and Its
present status will )nrote to res-
train those whoso Impatience three
or four weeks hence might tempt
them to desert tho speaker nnd give
the vtory to -Mr. Pornker. As Mr.
Poranur has the reputation of being
a "KHine fighter" the prospect Is (tint
either the speaker must yield or thnt
the session wilt be prolonged to n
tlmo when the nveroge Republican
ought to be nt home on political business.
DROWNED AT MANILA.
Three Soldiers and Member of Con-
stabulary Drowned from Boat.
Manila May 2(5. Sergeant W. II.
Tliomposti Privates J. Miller nnd J
8. MnrrlMin of eighth cavnlr nnd
private Muudozon ot tho conslubul-
n ry were drowned josterdny by tho
cniwlslng of n furry boat.
Drowned While Fordlnc Stream.
Poster I. T. May 2(5. Charles Ounl-
nn of Postor wns drowned yesterday
In Salt creek while attempting to ford
the st renin horseback. (111111x111 was
cn tils way to take employment on n
farm. The horso ho was riding was
found 01 tho opimslte side ct the
creek from which ho stirted. The
stream wis dragaed for sevom nilleo
but the body could not be found. It
Is supiHiecd to Imvo caught In a sand
Killed While Plowing
Shawnc. Okln. May 2(5. Lightning
struck nnd Instantly killed Sylvian
FrMer yesterday near bore. Ho was
riding a cultivator nnd his team ran
away after the shock ono fnllln-; dead
after n long run. His body was taken
tonight to St. Mary's Kansas his for-
No freezer better than the "Ullr-
xnrtl." Tho Nickel Storo nnd China
Palace I1.11 them 27-3
REQUIRES MEREST SPARK TO
START A CIVIL WAR.
Instead of a Sedative. Parliament
Has Aroused Revolutionary Agi-
tation and Terrorist Activity
Parliament May Dissolve.
St. Petersburg May 2t!. Urava
news comes from the provinces. In-
stead of acting as n sedative tho as-
setnblylng of parliament hits been
marked by an alarming Increase In
revolutionary ngltntlon nnd terrorist
nativity on one hand and of tho blnck
hundred activity on the other.
Kxtremlsts on both sides nro tlnw
divided Into two hostile camps and
Imth nre nrmlng as It preparing for
an Inevitable civil war. Sanguinary
conlllcts continue to be reported. So-
cial democrats nre working with
might nnd main to cost discredit on
IMirllninent nnd produce nn uprising
of olementnl forces. The governor
general of Warsaw has telgrnphed tho
Interior thnt ho has proof that Polish
members of tho lower house hnvo
regular connection with tho Polish
seiwrnllst orHnulzntlon nnd advisee
their prosecution for treason.
St. Petersburg. May 2(5. Tho ex-
pectation thnt Premier (loroinyliln's
statement of the government's pro-
gram would bo utterly unfavorable
canned grent excitement nt the open-
ing of the lower house ot parliament
today lloth constitutional democrats
ami tho Inbor group In anticipation
ot Its unsatisfactory tunor havo
drafted resolutions expressing lack
ot confidence In tho government
St. Petersburg Mny 20. It Is ru-
mored the premier bus In his pocket
n mandate for the dissolution ot parliament.
One-Fourth Off on All Our Ladies' Waists; Nothing Reserved. Twenty-Five Dozen Ladies' Waists Just Arrived
Monday and Tuosdny you buy tho best brands from
11 to 12 o'clock
10 yards for 20c
Only ton yards to customer.
Monday and Tuesday
Will bo Shirt days for men at tho Big Store. Soo
thqlwindow. Tho best $1.00 Shirt on earth; oo
Yo&r choice 0C
Change Sox Monday and Tuesday
Ydii can make a great saving for two days. Hotter
take advantago of tho opportunity.
Buy 10c IIO-.0 for.. .. 7c Buy 15o Hoso for. . . .lie
Buy 25c Hoso for.. ..18c Buy 85c Hoso for. ..23c
Buy 50c Hoso for.. ..37c Buy 75c Hoso for.. ..58c
Buy 1.00 Hoso for..82o Buy 1.25 Hoso for. .98c
Buy SI. 50 Hoso for. ...$1.19
To Out of Town Customers
Wo pay railroad faro both ways upon presentation
of railroad tickets to our oflico. provided customer
purchases following amounts from distances named:
8 to 10 miles 10.00 11 to 20 miles fl5.00
21 to 30 miles .... 20.00 81 to -10 miles .... 25.00
11 to 50 miles $30.00
THAT EVER.Y ONE LIKCJ A
pLEASArtr jur.pri.se. most
people ARE looking for
PPJZE AND nJRPRlSE5
WVIEM YoU GET NEW CLOTHE J
THAT ARE BOTH IT IS BECAUSE
YOU VENT TO THE VERY BEST
PLACE. "WHEN You WANT TO
BUY WHY DoNT YOU Go WHERE
THEYSELL THE BEST?
DUO CK. DROWN.
taitmctrr 1094 nr TVT Sufrt Mbwm fiyCMintfi KqlB gUJ- mm
Monti and Tuesday you got Scotch Lawn In assorted
tlgures and colors from 10 to 2 o'clock
10 yards for 30c
Ten yards to each customer.
Ladies Tailored Suits One-Fourth Off ?
MONDAY AND TUESDAY I A
YoU WILL -SUR.PRI.se YoUHJELF MoJT OF
ALL IF YOU HAVE NEVER BOUGHT ANY
CLOTHED OF U-S TO .SEE HoV WELL WE
CAN PLEA.SE YOU. AK OUR PATRONS
WHETHER OR NOT WE HAVE TREATED
THEM WELL. THE GREY S AND THE BLUE.S
$JO.OO TO $25.00.
Toilet Soap that you pay -15o and flOc per box (thrco
cakes to box) lor everywhere Monday andj in
Tuesday you got at per box IOC
Your money back if you don't like the soap.
A Great Saving in Ladies'
Misses' and Children's Hose
Monday and Tuesday
10c Hoso 7c 15c Hoso 11c
i5c Hoso 18c 85oHoo 23c
50c Hose 37c 75c Hoso 58c
$1.00 Hoso 82c 1.25 Hoso 98c
1.50 Hoso J1.19
Medallions Ailovers etc. Our lino of Pine Em-
broideries will bo on salo Monday and Tuesday at a
great b.ugain. This does not Intludo Vals and
cheaper Embroideries. Come and look them ovor.
Phone Up Stairs
Phono Down Stairs
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