The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 112, Ed. 1, Wednesday, September 26, 1906 Page: 4 of 8
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THE SAILY ARDMOREITE.
5I!jc pailD 2UDmo'ftilc.
KVKIIY DAY KXOEIT SATURDAY
BT TUB AROMOREITE PUBLISHING
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JNO. V KAHI.KY
Ardmore Wednesday September 26
For Delegate to Constitutional
W. A. LBDH1STTEH.
District Mo. 102:
I J. AKKRb.
Tho Democratic campaign commit-
tit; Ih lining much to convince lliu vot-
its Unit Democracy Invnited with
power would Insure safely ami pros-
perity for them.
Wlmt wo need Ik a constitution that
will safeguard a.i llic Interests alike
anil a net of lawn i..nt will give protee-
on an I Justice to all. These tlilngB
will denote a remarkable development
if the now atlltV.
Tlu limn who In tlio constitutional
convention attains for hlinsoir a ropu-
tntlon for fair wlile-uwako. lovol-
headed progressive 1ikIh1:i(Ioii Ik Just
as llalilo lo hall from tin- ntlcl;i dm
from any big town In tlio i talc- a man
llttlo known now but who will ilso lo
ixilltlcal heights t lint arc the Hunts
of bin capabilities.
Senator llevorldge Is pretty well
convinced that the Cuban plum in
ultimately to tall Into Unci Sam's
fruit banket. He goes into details and
assorts that It will require 60000 nol
dlers one year u exterminate the brl
gandsge which has cursed the Island
for several centurion and bring about
permanent tranquiltiy. "Hut" says tlio
senator "when wo havo dono that
Work once more wo will never again
let It bo undone. We havo made a nils-
take once; we will not make that mis.
take twice. If the American Hag goes
to Cuba it goes to btay; wo will re-
turn again to ("no traditional doctrine
that wherever tliat Hag Is raised it
never shall bo lowered.
Assuming that Senator Hcverldge Is
prophet as welj as patriot ho should
stop to consider the very omlmnisslng
IKtalllcti In which the United States
government will place Itself when it
undertaken tbu permanent absorption
of Cuba. Cuba was Spain's territory.
Spain encountered during the several
centuries of her sovereignty quite a
number of rebellions and suppressed
them with mort. or less trouble until
tile one which preceded the war wllh
the I'nlted States. That tot would
nave been suppressed but for the at-
titude of this government aud the as-
Hiatauce which was rundTod the In-
niiTgcnts Iby pooplo of tite united
otatos. Spain's mothods were brutal
according to the Ainorlcati way of
looking nt matterH but Senator Hev-
orldgo acknowledges that It will bo
necessary for us to put 50000 troops
In Cuba and exterminate what ho calls
Wo dlil not call It brigandage when
Spain was dealing with It. It was
patriotism and wo woro led into
thrashing Spain dually because of her
I oppression of patriots and strangling
I New that It U proponed for its to
deal with similar conditions it la roc
ognlseil Hint wo will not only be com-
pelled to do as Spain did. bill because
of our matter of Tact way of dealing
with such problems wo will do oven
nioie. Wo will pacify Cuba for all
time :ib wo have pacllled the IuiIIiiiih
and the Morns. Thorn Is no doubt that
the way to ponuaiiPiitly pacify Is to
1:111 outright. That method Hiicceedeil
with the Indians and H succeeded with
the Morns and 1'iilnjnncH and orcc-urse
It will succeed with tn0 Cubans. And
Having UIIIM a law percentage rr
the natives. Cuba will by lrtue of
'he tragedy become ours to havo and
to hold not to b abtorbed as' a part
of the republic but to hold as a col
ony to be exploited for profit.
The jxilley of Hoverldgo In outra
geotis; It Is brutal murderous and dls
honest. Hut we can not deny that he
is (minting with unerring accuracy
t( the llnnle of our relations with
Culm. The spirit of adventure and
tlio spirit of conquest vulgarised and
brutnllz'd by tlio spirit of commer
cialism mill exists In tho country and
It Is exulting nt tho prospect of a lit-
(! excitement nnd then an ndmlnlstra'
Hon of the estate of a dead republic
Tim people of Oklsbomn are in
terest-d enough in politics to want to
know what kind of rocklebur Is In the
wool of the candidates. The Demo.
ratlc ncinlnees will be men whose
known personal views coincide with
those of a majority of the voters In
hat party nt the time the ballots an
falling llko niiowllakes on tho day of
the election. This as It should will
lecesHltato much camimlgtilng and a
jreat ileal of effort on the rt of
the individual candidates. None but
good men standing for right princi
ples can bo elected to high olllce
lu the new state and with such as ltn
nominees the Democratic 'party can
be led to victory.
At a meeting of the city council of
Vlnlta a genuine surprise was sprung.
Uderinan Wilkinson Kopubllcan. in
troduced a resolution for the appro-
priation of $25 toward the decora-
tion of the city for ISrynn Day. .Mr.
Wilkinson arguing that the city should
lo this much irrespective of parrj.
When tho vote was taken on tho reso-
lution there wru a distinct sui n.i-c
Dr. I'rayeer voting In the newttlw
t'.d d?featlng tho appropriation
'raysei Is a Democrat.
Mr. Ilryan's feet are In the ri.-lii
path no matter If he doin b"lli vc
Individually In government owirr
0:1 p. lie doeB not want the count!
o lesort lo railroad ownership n il 1
osutyitlon Is tiled and proves ;i lal'
ire. lleyonil question If "regulation
alls tho coriKiratlons must be "(n:i
rolled" even If the government n.'i-'
iwu them to do so
o : o
I EES 1222.
Going with a Rusl
Ready -lo - Wear
is tho ppiilrc of attraction -tho
ladies al 1 grco that it is
tho prptiost lino in tlio city.
In spito of tho fact that wo
aro rofoivinir now floods con
stantly in this department
wo aro compelled to telegraph
rush orders to supply demand.
and are l3t.din every onerry
to uia'te this the most popular
department in tho Territories.
1 Ml n
"THE FAD1 AN."
The Prettiest Line
of Hissses' and Children's Coats
Hi: 5 A
t or show n in ci y
Garments are Al-
ways Popular be-
cause they always
Po sure to visit our
Nothing in tho city
to equal our solcc-
lion or meet our
Government Weekly Weather Bulletin
Washington D. C Sept. :. Tw
following is the goveninu'at wnkl:
bulletin on crop conditions b-sui 1 ai
Texas The week was genei.-ll. fa
orable for Held work. Th r.iint-l'
was sciitleiid and was below th.' nor-
mill except III Kl l'aso and Mrl.i ii.in
ciuinili's and over a limited aiv.i
from Caldwell to Montp tiui
counties whero it oxceed d tin- mr
mill. A large number of count ) n
o Ivi-d no rain. Tho temperatm- av-
eraged one degree to three decrees
aoove the normal except In the n rth-
western and numerous western conn
tl"s and on tho southwestern coast
where It was normal.
Louisiana Tho temperature was
above normal except varying from
three degrees In the southern lo six
In northern portion. Showers occurred
eery day and were quite general dot'
ing the later part of the wnk. Tlu
rainfall was heavy In the si atheist
portion but elsewhere it was gen
trally less than halt an Inch. 'I he
suiihuiiie was below the normal
Ceorgla Hie first two das were
cool the remainder of the wn In In
warmer. The mean temperature was
considerably above Hie noin.il. The
rainfall waswibovo normal out niTth
em half of the state with locally ox-
ccsMve amounts from 18th to :'tst
..nd below normal over. Hie Mniilii-rn
ball' None was reported at a few
kiiiii hwohtern static as.
Mls-i-Mppl The first two davs
were ! -ar. the romnlnder of th. week
ihIii' partly cloudy to. cloudy with
frequent showers. The rains were
heay In the southeast portion and In
a lew middle nnd eastern counties
and light in the western poitUn Teni-
peiatute was uniform four to al
above the normal.
North Carolina The past week was
r markablo for iilgn average tempera-
'. which wa's Foven degrees above
unrmul. The rainfall averaged mucu
aliuvo normal but was unevenly dls
rllnited. Conslderabl0 damage by blgn
winds was reported.
Oklahoma and Indian Territory
r:.e tempernture was Bllghtly nbovc
normal Scattered and heay rains
n ti e north central western portions
on tho 17th and lSth. The remainder
cf the week was warm and clear.
South Carolina a dnninging storm
crossed tho state on tho 17th nr-com
pa n led by genernl precipitation The
extreme northwestern portions rccolv-
cd tho heaviest rainfall and the east
ern portion suffered most iroin the
winds. Tho tempornturo was nearly
degrees nbovo norinnl.
Teunesseo Tho week was unseas
onably wnrm tcmperaturo nveraglng
C degrees abovo normal Frequent
showers occurred In tho mlddlo and
eastern necon; with heavy local
rains In tho mlddlb Bcction. In tho
Ardmore Wednesday September 25
western counties rainfall wns goner-
Alabama The week was partly
ck-udy more tlmn seasonable rain-
fall tomporature abovo normal. Fre-
quent scnttered thunderstorms nc-
cfrrod In the middle districts nttond-
ed In some pieces by ev3sslve precip-
itation. The rainfall was least in the
Arkansas Tho mean temperature
was nhov. normal. Rainfall was den-
clout. Some counties nro dry and rain
would bo beneficial In most districts.
The sunshlno was tavorablo.
Florida Wefl distributed showers
occurred the tore nart ot tho week.
Judge Oaynor to State Senator Mc-
Cnrren at Buffalo: "I am totally dis-
gusted with the dickering lo defeat
Hearst and absolutely refuse to per-
mit my name to bo placed boforo tho
Jerome May Make Fight.
New York Sept. 20. In tho Demo-
cratic state convention acordlng to
the concensun of opinion today W
II. Hearst who Is already tho nomi-
nee of tho independence League will
probably bo nominated for governor
on the first ballot.
Indorse . J. Ilryon In a general way
At tho conference to which .Mr. Je-
rome was a party yesterday H was
decided to nppolnt a comtnlttco to na-
certain whothor or not the nntMIcnrst
sentiment could not bo cento el upon
either .Mayor Adam of lluffnln or JuS.
At a second session of this cd-
Journod conforonco last nlghf Mr. Jo.
ronio niado an nddross which mar.y be-
Hovo means Mm he posslb' may
make n fight against Jlcarat In the
convention loday. ii s snld l.e in-
tends nooning a rroxy from out of
the Now York county delega'es' for
the purpose of stating his po-dilon
to tho convention.
Uy Associated r.-css.
New orU Sept. 20. Later Jusllco
The other party men however
followed by fair weather. Rain fell In ' wll"c' K"'"B 1lt0 110 convention with
tho south portion the last Uireo days. announced purpose of supporting
.he week waH warmer than tho av- J'0"'. n"e not pledged to such n
t'rago and tho snnshlno wns ample course and If 11 storm should break
except In tl 0 western portion. Haiti ollt tllp.v would feel under no obllgn-
Is needed In the north central portion. tlo" 10 ntlhpro to tholr prtuent plans. I (!'iuor denied having sent tho mes
I -Mr. Hearst Is gonornlly conceded 8nS which .McCnrron credited to him.
to have gained control of the Impor- I
taut committees nppoluted at tho J' Associated I'ross.
flrf-t session the committees on con- I Buffalo Sept. 20. Jeromo snld this
tested sonm which will decide con- j "'ornlng: "If they nominate a do-
tots lu twenty districts involving ' ceiu Hepubllcnn nt Saratoga I will
LOOKS LIKE HEARST.
Newspaper Man Seems to Have a
Clneh Gaynor Dlsnusted.
Hy Associated Press.
Buffalo Sept sc. lloforo the Domo-
cnitlc convention opened today nil In-
dications pointed to the nomination 0f
it. Hearst ror governor.
sixty votos; tho cominlttce on pint-1 8" "no" o stump and plead for tho
form ami resolutions and tho commit. . uofeat of Hearst."
tee on pornininont organization.
Tho stationary engineers of tho city
Tho plntfonn agreed upon late last
night by 11 subcommittee nt uiv .
ti.. . . 1 " "ir
vsBocinieu i'ross. proved bv tlin full . ui. m mn imi. .n..i . . ..
New Yfirl- .......ntv kwiwii n jiieei ai ine city
10ri bept. 'G. Tin -Vtnll COIlt.-l l 11 full .n..1. .1 ti.. .... ..... I.lt ..... .. .. . . . .
prints llm fii....i . . I ' .n.-viiiiig lor mu eunesuny iiigiu at s oclock.
" -"""'"h telegram from nicipal ownership nnd it Is K.nt nH
With fh& Prmr&ccin
W MJS J3 H ii J N H
waaaHaBlOW iiUiiJ JA.i .W UTT?
Leading the Crowd
No two ways about 7-'fte collection of bright new dependable merchandise ivc
are exhtbilincj h usl a Utile ahead of any other line in the city. Take it ail around
Our Prices Ire Lower We Can Prove it
We are proving ir eAery day. If you are not one of the great number of satisfied
customers that frequents this store. Join the procession now and let us show you.
"Onyx" Hosiery for
Ladies' and Children
in fast color blnck nnd
fancy embroidered de-
siffhs tho very best
hosiery values to bo
found anywhere wo
havo them from.
Wc to $1.00
'Mentor" and 'Mo-
rode" perfect tilting
knit underwear must
comfortable and satis-
niado. Wo 1 o tho
complete lii e k r .(.
10? misfcos ami dul-
(Iron in cotton vo-
and wool mi.i d trotn
25c to $1.5G
The roady-trlnimed hats wo
aro showing this season are
reproductions of stylish modnls
now In vogue In tho larger cit-
ies. Tho lino fci tho poor of
nnythlng you will seo In Ard-
more. Coupled with style and
quality an Indiicefout wo havo
to otfei- Is tho LOW I'ltlCK. I Co
a fact koll known among our
lnrgo cllontel that Westhelnier
& Daube aro moro rohsonnblo
In tholr millinery prices than
any other fiouso In Ardmore.
A FulliLinc of Ruben's
C ntiirr in nnrt C sn 41 Al...
wwiiii. in 4iiiu me many us
Prdiv Things We're Showing.
Now Models Thomp-
Coi-jet the co.iset that
wears longer retains
the .shape better is
moro com foi table and
f-oll for no moro than
inferior ma Ices.
Our line of Ladies'
Gloves is la.iger than
in former years and
in kid silk and other
fabrics all colors in
long and short styles.
Tlio Newest things
in Ladies Iklts Nov-
elties in leather and
other materials now
buckles and fastenings
25c and 50c
and Caps for the Chaos
In this department we show some very cute things in long and short coals with
caps to match. You will find here every desirable material made up in a
variety of styles that are the newest the assortment so extensiveand
prices so reasonable that the matter of selection will be easy '
ER & DAU
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