The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 14, No. 144, Ed. 1, Monday, November 11, 1907 Page: 1 of 8
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THE OLDEST DAILY NEWSPAPER IN INDIAN TERRITORY ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORTS-ALL THt LOCAL NEWS FIRS!
For Every Meal I
f SOLOMON'S $
Very Best Bread
Hg Cjji Cttinlnq and
rresjmg lamer ana
T Gtnl'j Cofhno
$ C D. DAWS falor
ARDMORE I T. MONDAY EVENING NOVEMBER ll li)l)7
RESULT OF ELECTIONS SHOW
TREND TOWARD DEMOCRACY.
HAS STIRRED BOTH PARTIES
President Roosevelt la Re-writing
That Portion of Hit Message
Which Relates to Finances
Washington D. 0. Nov. 10.-
rcsult of the flections shows
general trend towards democracy and
In a great measure. Indicates a demo-
cratic victory next year. New York
and Now Jersey will be the great bat-
tlo ground with the result depending
ukjii tho Independent voto In both
states. The question of an attractive
presidential candidate to appeal to
these Indopedent voters will ho par-
amount when both the conventions of
thi great parties meet. At tho same
tltuo the feelings of therauk and file
of both parties mutt be considered
by the isilltlcal managers for neith-
er .irty can arfoid to have any se-
rious schism to cause a loss of Kites
ho 'the nominee and tho platform
must bo generally approved by tho
regular party followers. Such condi-
tions will put the party managers to
their trumps and should result In
both conventions nominating their
moat available men instead of the
successful faction riding rought shod
over the other faction. Tho defeat of
' Congressman Ilurton by Tom Johnson
will belli to eliminate Tnft and aid
tho Foraker faction in Ohio. It will
also bring Tom Johnson to tho front
us a possible candidate for president
upon whom the democrats can unite.
Mow tho party leaders In New York
New Jersey and other doubtful statc3
would view Tom Johnson as the can-
didate It Is too early to decide. He
may be thought too radical In t-ome
of his views but there Is not much
doubt that tho great mass of demo-
crats overywhero would rally to his
standard If they arrive at the con-
Wo will framo your pictures now
for less money than ever beforo for
strictly cash. Now Is tho time for
ou to get a bargain. We must
havo money A Urge line of mould-
ings nnd pictures to select from.
Come nt once while u t:iu get
them framed cheap.
Brown & Bndgman
Parisian Millinery Company
MRS. W. T. BELL Prop.
delusion he can best unitn the party.
i Johnson Is friendly with Mr
1 although he does not endorse
Mr 'js view of the necessity
of govei. ' ownership of railroads
but Is an a. dent advocate of munici-
pal ownership of public utilities. He
is a slnglo taxer and free trader in
theory but uses his efforts for equal
taxation of all alike. Tom Johnson
believes faithfully In that good old
democratic doctrine of "equal rights
to all and special privilege to none."
Congress will meet in less than
a month; ad we may expect every
member to be loaded with one or
more speeches on tho financial Issue.
All will have a panacea for panics
and but few will agrcu on details for
further Inflation of the currency
whether of the "asset" or "secured"
variety. The coming session of con-
press will be more devoted to ora-
tory than to the passage of remedial
legislation for the Ills that republi-
can policies have forced on the
Tho panic has had such n sobering
effect on President Hoosevclt that
he Is rewriting a jiortlon of his mes-
sage which relates to the finances
and corporations. He has conferred
with the steel trust magnates about
those matters and U Is currently re-
ported he will tone down his re-
commendations t othe tune of the
times as the corporation magnates
think advisable. Thus the message to
congress will reveal that the Hooie.
velt of today Is not the Roosevelt
that has so freely denounced tho bad
trusts and the criminal rich and the
malefactors of great wealth.
"Oh what a fall was there my
countrynun;! Then you and I and
all of us felt down And bloody treas-
on flourished over us."
WHAT MR. GORE SAID.
Makes Statement as to His "Free Im-
plement" Speeches Reported.
Oklahoma City. Okla. Nov. 10. T.
I'. (lore of I.awtou senatorial noni-
Inen from the Oklahoma side hr.s re-
plied to the statement In newspapers
that he said In his speech here be-
fore tho Farmers' National Congress
ho would favor In tho United States
senate free farm Implements What
the blind orator Insists that he said
"I am In favor of placing farm Im-
plements on the free list so that tho
American farmer can buy his Imple-
ments as cheaply as the German peas-
ant along tho Khlne the Russian
serf along the Danube and tho Mex-
ican greaser along the Itlo Grande.
In my opinion tho humblest American
farmer Is royal as a king and Is en-
titled to more consldcratbli at tho
hands of his government than all tho
strangers across tho deep than all
tho crowned heads that ever oppress-
ed and plundored mankind."
During Mr. Gore's campaign for
the nomination ho advocated placing
011 the freo list as far as tariff
was cancel iKd everything trust-made.
Calio Christian was released from
Jail today after having made bond
In tho mini of $500 on tho chargo
m 1 1 1 1 n u ry
dreds of enthu-
siastic bu yors.
Wo liavo mado It
a pleasuro for
thm to buy. Tho
values given more
than met their
in Trimmed hats
will bo hero by
the middle of this
week and all
allko goes In the
ure offering tho
only Millinery re-
duction sale In
MAN OF WEALTH KILLED WHILE
IN ACT OF STEALING GOLD.
HIS ACCOMPLICE CONFESSES
Other Prominent Citizens and Busi
ness Men Are Implicated Whose
Characters Have Deen Above
Goldfleld New Now 10. V. 1..
Kline the business man who was
shot .'ind fatally wounded Wednesday
night while in the act of stealing
amalgam at the Nevada Goldfleld He-
ductlon works died at the county hos
pital without regaining consciousness.
Olpple Kline's accomplice. Is said
to have made a co.nple confession
to the sheriff In which he gave the
names of nun who robbed the (lamer
mill a week ago.
He declares that he and Kline
had nothing to do with the robbery.
Kline's companion. It. Ipr S. Clpple
former tlt'Kit agent of the Touopah
and (!(ildffld railroad escaped by
Jumping frin a second story window
but wai captured on the desert hho.'t-
ly after daybreak.
Ho made a confession In which he
Implicated five other business men
whose characters have been above re-
proach. These nun havo disappeared
but the sheriff and his men are an
The disclosure has created the
greatest sensation as both men are
of 1 . eminent standing. Kllno was
worth $100 000 and Is said to have
carried the largest stock of diamonds
When trapped ho was masked and
had blackened his face. Two other
bullion robberies conducted in tho
same manner havo been traced to
him and it Is reported that ho had
netted over $10000 from his mid-
night operations during the past
FIRE AT DALLAS
PLANT OF DALLAS TIMES-HER.
ALD SUFFERS FROM FALLING
WALLS $200000 FIRE.
Dallas Nov. 10. Fire that started
at 1 1 : in o'clock In the Dennls-Wlj-
ley Furniture company's warehnutu
and sales rooms 291 293 and L'95
Kim street a five-story brick Iron
and stone structure' has spread to
adjacent properties and seems to be
still spreading and losses aro estlmat
od already to reach $200000 and a
general alarm has called out the cn
tire flro department.
At 12:30 a. in. the flro was gob
ten under control. Tho flro was prac.
ttcally confined to tho largo plant
of thn Donnls-Wlgley company which
Is 200 feet deep but adjacent build'
Ings nro badly damaged from water
nnd breakage The DalhiR Times
Herald boiler room and Its stero-
typing plant are out of commission by
by water. It is probablo tho Sunday
edition of IT10 paper will bu run off
at tho plant of tho Morning News
The Dallas I'alnt company's building
and stock Is considerably Injured
us Is also the Shields & Hose com'
pany building. All that can be learn
d tonight of Insurance Is that It
Is quite large but not equal to tho
UNION LABOR AGAINST TAFT
AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LA
BOR IN TWENTY-SEVENTH AN-
Norfolk Va Now 11. With Presl
dent Samuel (tampers presiding the
twenty-seventh annual convention of
tho American Federutlon of Iibor
was called to order at 10 o'clock this
morning In tho Jamestown exposition
auditorium. Hundreds of delegates are
here representing all the national
and International labor unions affili-
ated with tho Gotnpers liody and
nearly nil state federations and cen
tral bodies. Many matters of gre.it
Interest are to come before the con-
vention and several sharp conflicts
for supremacy In the organization are
cxpcted before tho session has com-
pleted Its business. All regular ses-
sions will be held at tho Armory hall.
In tho city of Norfolk. Governor
Swanson and ofllclals of the city gov-
ernment tho vxposltlon and tho la-
bor bodies of Norfolk nnd Virginia
participated In the opening session.
It Is thought that before the pres
ent contention has adjourned the
merlcan Federation of libor will
go on record as being opposed to
tho prestdtntlnl aspirations of Secre-
tary Taft. President (tampers has
characterized tho secretary of war as
'the Injunction candidate for presi
dent" and brands him as being "con
sciously and wilfully hostile and un
fair to organized labor." The opin
ions handed down by Mr. Taft when
he was a federal Judge havo been
used according to President (tampers
'to constantly further encroach up-
m the personal rights nnd liberties
of our citizens when those citizens
CAUSED MORE CHEERFUL OPEN
ING IN FINANCIAL DISTRICT.
BANKS PAYING DEPOSITORS
Two Big Trust Companies Against
Which Runs Were Made Lask
Week Recovering from
By Associated Preab.
New York N. Y. Nov. 11. Tho
week opened this morning with a
more cheerful tono In tho financial
district. Two of tho big trust com-
panics against which there had
boon several runs were transacting
business on u normal basis re
ceiving deposits and paying out mon
ey on checks as though nothing
had happened out of tho ordinary.
Tho How of gold from Kuropo
continues. Tho first engagements
for Import were announced today
whereby the Mercantile Trust com
pany of St. Iiuls secures a halt
million and the Illinois Trust and
Dank company of Chicago two hun
dred thousand dollars. The St.
louls engagement Is said to bo tho
first instance In which a llnanclal
Institution of that city has taken
gold direct from Ixindon.
the stock market showed a
steady tono during the -arly trad
American Federation of Labor.
By Associated P"es.
Norfolk Va. Nov. 11. Tho twen
ty-soventh annual convention of the
American Federation of Labor con
vened hero today for a session of
two weeks At Jamestown oxpo
sltlon thn day was celebrated r.s
the "American Federation of tabor."
The program this afternoon Includ
ed the rcprtR of President (tampers
Secretary Morrison and Treasurer
To Try Banker Walsh.
Chicago Now 11. John it. Walsh
former president of the Chicago Na
Mono bank railroad magnate and
newspaper owner now under In
dlctment for alleged mismanage.
ment of tho funds of the financial
Institution will bo placed 011 trial
tomorrow unless delay Is secured
The trial waB originally set for
October 1.1 but a postonement was
granted by Judge Anderson In tho
United States district court before
whom tho case was called
Fresh salt water Ilsh and oysters
today at tho Grand Ieador 10-2
Do you want any Justice? Trade
with tho drand Ieader nt tho Court
house corner. 10-2
CITIZENS BECOMING IMPATICNT
AT THE NON-ACTION.
OF THE CITY COUNCIL
Company Who Own Present Fran-
chlsc Are Practically Dormant.
Ardmore Traction Company
Are Anxious to Act.
Citizens of Ardmore are anxiously
awaiting to know what action the
city council Is going to take In
ho premises of granting the Ard
more Traction company a franchise.
11 as much as from tho present
irojpects the company that now has
1 franc Iso does not seem to want
to llnlsli (instructing the line and
ire not taking any steps In the
matter of Installing u car service
over the short lino that Is construct
ed which Is built over very few
docks on the leading streets In
the city. Tho franchise obtained
ly the company that has a partial
track laid runs north on Washing
ton street which street l.as been
paved and no track laid thereon.
Sometime ago the citizens living on
West Main street wanted tho com-
pany to lay track along that thor
oughfare so an to have the same
put In nn Improvement district for
paving purposes but tho office of
tho company In this city look 110
action In tho matter.
J U Klgglns and F. K. W'est two
members of tho real estate Unit
of Smith Klgglns ' & West 'when
seen and asked as to what they
thought the council should do In the
matter of granting tho Ardmore
Traction company n franchise to
build a Hue In the city expressed
themselves as follows:
Mr. Klgglns said: "I believe Unit
It Is of great Importance that the
city council net at onco on the
new franchise that Is asked by the
Traction company that proposes to
build a street car lino In Ardmore
and 1 believe I am voicing thu
sentiment of every citizen of Ard-
more except possibly a fuw who
have personal Interest otherwise
that It be demanded that tliu city
grant Phis new company a franchise
for a street car system on tho
streets of Ardmore ami that the
franchise be granted In a manner
that will bo 'qultablo to both the
city and tho com jinny.
"I think that If tho city refuses
to act at once and In a fair manner
that the people of Ardmore as cltl
zens should take tho matter In
their own hands nnd call a meeting
and enter a protest. A street car
system would euhanco tho valuo of
wtiat I term outsldo property prop'
erty more than flvo or six blocks
off of Main street nnd make n ready
sale of such property at fair prices
Inside of that radius. I for one say
don't let a commllteee of three bar
a street car lino In Ardmore. Com
pel the old company to (ell out at
once I mean now not arter wti
are dead Also grant a franchlso
to the new company I havo Utile
property In Ardmore but I say do
something to get off tho dump
l;t us be a first-class . city If wo
do sjioll tho prospects of a few
what I term grafters tat us be
citizens for tho upbuilding of Ard
more for a greater Ardmore and
the best city and tho largest city
In the southern part of tho now
statu of Oklahoma.
"Again I say rhat If tho city
council will not act and act prompt-
ly this Is our chance to act bo-
foro statehood Tho money in tho
east will not Invest In u street car
lino unJess they can get a franchise
beforo this becomes a state so
"Will the city council act? If not
lot the citizens act which thoy can
do and muBt do and act at once
'tat the people rule.' "
F. K. Wett said: "I approve tho
See us (or loans Insurance an0 for
the sale or rental of real estati.
..DREW A RAMSEY Ardmor I. T.
We have a full line of the well known
Sold from ocean lo ocean and worn by more people than all others
"Sehnug Vest and Pants -ach soe
Setsnug" Union Suits .$1.00
EVERYTHING YOU NEED IN UNDERWEAR.
From tho Infant's Vest to the finest tambs' Woo Union Suit.
WE WILL CONTINUE TUESDAY
The special prices oil the FANCY BROADCLOTH and SAMPLE
'le sure to get some of these goods before they aro all gone.
Pretty New Tailored Suits
This morning's express bro'ignt more of those smooth finish sulu In
Green Ilrown Red and lllack
GET IN LINE We hav the prettiest line of LADIES' COATS In
the city You need them now and they are selling fast.
DITZLER HAS ITIF IT'S NEW.
Awsssssosmi m r
TRUTHFULNESS OF ALLEGED OF
FER OF UNION OFFICERS IS
(ij Associated Press.
Chicago Ills. Nov. 11. Colonel
Jamus K. Stewart past commander
of the department of Illlnlos of tho
G. A. It. Issued a challenge last
night to tho ioulslana Historical as
sociation to produco the book .alleged
to bo In Its possotslon. In which It
was allegul that General l'. S. Grant
General George II Thomas ami Admi-
ral Farragut at 0110 time offered their
services to Jefferson Davis In tliu
BROOM SAMPLES RECEIVED
AN ILLINOIS CONCERN WOULD
MOVE FACTORY TO SECTION
WHERE CORN GROWS.
A broom manufacturing concern of
Illinois has sent samples of tho
brooms made by tlief actory to tho
secretary of tho Commercial club
together with a letter socking Infor-
mation as to the quantity and qual-
ity of thu broom corn grown In this
section of tho country. From what
can be gathered from tho letter
thu factory wishes to locate in this
country nt some good point and sent
samples to shoy the product of that
mill The samples are of a superior
quality of broom to any that is be-
ing sold 011 the local market nnd
demand a higher price.
Communications have been enter-
ed Into with the management of tho
factory seeking to havo It send 0
representative to this point.
From what can bu gathered an ex-
cellent quality of broom com Is rais-
ed lu this kcctlon of tho country
ami should the Commercial Club
he successful In securing tho plant
.1 big quantity of the corn will bu
grown nnd thus afford tho farmori
of this section of tho country a mar-
ket for another money crop outside
Hundred Thousand for Cotton
Muskogee I. T.. Nov. 10. The
Patterson Mercantile company of this
city received $100000 In currency last
night from New York by express. The
money will bo paid for cotton to re
lievo the financial situation Ofllclals
of thu company state much more
Is on the road now from tho east.
Wearers of tho Smithsonian truss
never havo tho truss difficulties that
annoy wearers of other trusses A
perfect fit guaranteed
F. J. RAMSEY Druggist.
Goods Delivered Promptly.
ROBBERY NEAR COFFEYVILLE
ROBBERS BLOW OPEN 8AFE AT
DEEDING AND ESCAPE INTO
Rr Assoclnted Press
Coffeyvllle Kis Nov. 11. Tho
safes in tho Albright general mer-
chandise storo and tJio post office
at Deorlng. five miles west of this
place wero blown open early today
Ith dynamite- by two robbors. who
secured three hundred dollars In cur-
rency and $100 worth of stamp.).
1 ho robbers loft In n bueinr to
ward Indian Territory with a posse
TRIAL BEGINS WEDNESDAY
DEATH OF JUSTICE CAUSES THE
POSTPONEMENT OF MRS. BRAD-
LEY'S TRIAL TODAY.
lly Associated Press.
Washington D. C Nov. 11. On ac
count of tho death of Jus'!ci Mo
Nolass of the criminal rUirt n
which Mrs. Annie K. Uradlev us to
havo been put on trial tndnv for the
murder of former Senator I'.rown of
Utah an adjournment was taken
Mrs. llradley appeared In the court
room this morning prepared fJ b-
gln tho trial. The cojrt room was
Uy Associated Press.
Chicago Nov. 11 For Kansas
Threatening tonight and Tuesday
with rain or snow.
For Missouri Partly cloudy and
continued cold tonight and Tuesday.
A Criminal Attack
on an Inoffensive citizen Is frequent
ly mads In that apparently useless
little tube called the "appendix." Its.
generally Ibo result! of protracted
constipation following ilver torpor.
Dr. King's New Life Pills regulate
tho liver prevent appendicitis and
establish regular habits of the bowels.
2Dc. at W II. Frame City Drug Store.
Texas Farm for Sale
l have some choice Texas farms
for sale on easy terms. Theso
farms are from seven to fifteen
miles from Marietta. One (far of
204 1-2 acres will trade for cattle
or mules and horses. For particu-
lars address me at Marietta.
C. C. WASHINGTON
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