The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 248, Ed. 1, Sunday, March 15, 1908 Page: 1 of 12
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THE OLDEST DAILY NEWSPAPEK IN EASTERN DISTRICT MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS ALL THE LOCAL NEWS FIRST.
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JOHN N. IMRIE
ARDMORE OKLAHOMA STN'DAY MOKNLXCi MARCH l. l)08
WESTHEIMER & DIWBE'S
Showing this week of fashionable Silks and Dress Goods
in the new and exclusive styles and weaves is well worth
the attention of every lady in Ardmore and yon should
come every day and get posted on the many different
styles and fabrics we are showing
2ii pieces now Spring Woolen
05c values per yard 50
20 pieces 12 Inch Woolens In nil
the new coloring and weaves.
Those Woolens are well worth
?1.23 but goat per yr ..$1.00 '
30 Inch Illnck Taffeta. The best
you ever say for per ydJjJl.OO
10 Inch Foulard Pongee Shade
splendid for waist or full dresi.
Only per yard $1.00
1." new and exclusive Silk Dress
patterns In checks and stripes
the newest. Pattern ..$12.00
IHg line new wash fabrics In nil
the new weaves and colorings.
Special por yard U5tf
Hit; line new white walstliiRs n
checks nnd stripes yd lifj
New (ilnghnnis per yd 10
New Lawns and Itntlste at
lYid 10 12Jjtf .-.ml 17$
Now shipment net. waist elab-
orately trimmed iand Smart
Stylus. You should see them.
?a.oo t $io.oo
New lino new belts and Hand
'Hogs. New Hmbrulderles and
Now line Ladles Spring Oxfords
In tbo new Drowns and Patent
leather in fact tall the new
makes and styles. Can save
you money on every pair. Price
$2.00 o $;i.r
New lino White Quilts. Plain cut
Corners and fringed
$1.00 to 95.00
New Goods by every Express and Freight.
WATCH THIS SPACE EVERY DAY
New Stytes for Easter
The McCall Company Fashion Publishers and makers
of the celebrated McCall Patterns have issued a beauti-
ful colored fashion sheet seperate and distinct from the
regular monthly fashion sheet illustrating many attrac-
tive styles for caster We have a limited supply of these
sheets which we shall be glad to present to our custom-
ers while they last. Inquire at our McCall pattern department.
Onyx Brand Hosiery for Indies
Thompson Glove Fitting Corsets
ARKANSAS CARPENTER SHOOTS
GOT THE WRONG m
Was Trying to Shoot Saloon Man But
Bullet Struck Chief of Police
Who is Now Mortally
Newport Ark. Murch 1 1. W. C.
McDougul. chief of police was mortal-
ly wounded this evening by a carpen-
ter named Albright when the latter
was attempting to shoot a saloon
man named Audenon.
Anderson yesterday had Albright
arrested for a minor offense and on
being released today the lattor went
to the Mderson saloon where Mc-
IioUKal and Albright's intended vic-
tim were talking.
Albright filed and the ofllccr fell
Many people are taking advantage of
our cut prices. Last week we finished
over one thousand pictures. Remember
only one more week you get pictures at
these prices. Our special is our $4.00
style in black and white cards for groups
and babies this week only $3.00 per
dozen. All the new style post cards
this week $1.00 per dozen. Don't forget
we are making the best stamp picture
you ever saw 24 for 25c four positions.
We will look for you this week
SHE WILL MARRY (GAIN
STORY THAT EVELYN THAW
WILL MARRY AFTER DIVORCE
FROM HARRY CONFIRMED.
New York. N. Y. March 1 1. The
report that Kvelyn Thaw will marry
again nftor securing a divorce from
her husband Harry Thaw was par-
tlallj confirmed here todaj by friends.
It Is said that she plans to go to
Colorado where a rich professional
man who has long been a suitor for
her hand resides.
you saw advertised in
the Saturday Evening
Post are sold in this
town by us $15 to J0.
Call and see our now
Spring Suits for 190H.
Treadwell & Co.
2nd door West Oltj Natl. Hank
The Home of the Newest Styles and Best Work
Randol Building Ardmore Okla.
Serpents out of slicks.
Babies cxlracfed from hats
Water aod nine poured ouf of same
A Rain of frogs.
Are a few of Ibe
Duroo Hill Do.
Night of March 20
Tickets on Sale Day lieforo
at Frames Drug Store. 50c
for reserved seats 35c and
25c for gallery.
Washington D. C. March 1 1. Pre
lent Roosevelt hold a onnforoncu to-
isht with Charles P. Noll c minil-
shiner of lahor and llerhaii Knox
Smith coinml'Miloiicr of th uurinu
i)f corporations on the propose!
iiniondment to the Sherman anti-trust
law and the laws recently neutral
ized by tho United States supremo
James A. Garfield secretary of the
Interior wna also prosont at the
It Is announced that the prosldent
ntends to vend a mossage to con
gress demanding tho passage of sever-
The most Important amendment i
ono to tako tho lahor unions out of
tho category of parties liable to pros?-
cutlon for conspiracy.
PRESIDENT HAS COOLNESS OF
CONFERENCE ELEVATOR BOY
ON PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO ! PREVENTED A PANIC AMONG
GIRLS IN NEW YORK.
SEND MESSAGETO CONGRESS I BUILDING WAS IN FLAMES
After Conference With Commissioner Yout" Carried Car After Car From
of Labor Commissioner of 3ii- upper Floor to Safety Others
reati of Corporations nnd
Escaped by the Fire Escapes
JEWS ARE EXPELLED
AUTHORITIES AT VLADIVOSTOK
ARE DRIVING THEM FROM
St. Petersburg March II. It Is an
nounced that four-fifths of tho Jewish
residents of Vladivostok have been ex
pelled from tho city and that tho rest
must fleo heforo April.
Hy tho middle of April all Jews nre
to bo banished from Cronsdadt and
Sevatople. It is reported that an up
rising against tuo Israelites In Kellf
Is likely to break out at any mo
Kaw York . V. Alar. 11. -Ono
hundred glrhj employed In a rmid
factory on Pearl street were saved
front panic and prolmhly death bj
the coolness of an elevator boy to-
ds)'. Tho girls were at work on the
fourth mid fifth floors of tho build
lng. when the Tire was discovered
at the bottom of the elevator shaft
preventing exit from tho upper
floors hy the stairways.
Henry Coch the elevator boy. ran
his car to the top floors and reas-
suring tho girls that thoro was no
dnngor carried sovoral cars full to
safety. Ho was finally forced to
abandon the car however and the
rest of the girls wero saved by the
fire escapes on the building.
COT T NTK RP S
MONDAY wo will linvo on display a full lino of mtr now Counter-
panes. Wo are sure wo will show yen it greater variety of theso
goods than you have over soon in tlio city.
Plain (Vote hot Counterpanes good slue for
Large I'ringod CoiinteriinnoH. ou usually mtv Jl.fiO for is na
thorn Wo will sell thorn Monday for. . . . A I .UU
panes out corners
for iron hods nl-
vaH sell for ViAM
KINCHELOE BEGINS SENTENCE
ALFALFA COUNTY CLERK BEGUN
JAIL SENTENCE AT GUTHRIE
Guthrie Okla March 11. (Special)
At 9:110 o'clock this morning Coun-
ty Clerk Klncheloo began a twenty-
four hour Jail sentence In the Uigan
county prison following the scnteiico
Imposed yesterday by a committee
of the house and ratified by a vote
of that body.
Xorth Carolina Is for Speaker
Cannon because ho wna horn In that
tato which shows that there Is no
prcjucilco against him for moving
Bush and Gorts used 0 months regular Onnr A A
price $385.00 OZOO.OO
1 Willard used only short time regular Ar A A
price $000.00 ? O I OU.UU
1 Baldwin new regular Ajir AA
price 6550.00 044u.UU
1 Smith and Barnes now regular fATA A A
price $:i(50.00 ? oZU.UU
1 Bailey new beautiful oalt case regular 4AAE A A
price $325.00 ? dZuO.UU
1 Conover used 8 months now system AA Ar A A
regular price 000.00 sJUOU.UU
J Pipe Organ now regular prico 000.00 OOA E AA
oar price has been -115.00 now wOlUavU
Any of tho above can be bought on easy payments.
cm mis 01 1. n k
ttnrlli lOc In trade If
pri'seiiled lit Dlllrrs
Monday by n iniirrlrd
Kxtra largo frltt
god Counterp hips
with or without
Nice MarsnlloH Counterpanes new pat.int UmIhIi
Ileautiftil Hat in llnlsli Marmilles Counterpanes hotti in
fringed and plain all new designs : 5.1 () si Si 0 and
Ho sure to see our display it will ho for MONDAY ONLY.
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We deliver promptly. I
RUMOR IN WASHINGTON THAT
GOVERNOR WILL RUN.
FRIENDS .IN WASHINGTON
Goes There to Sound- Prominent
Democrats on Proposed Doom
of Minnesota Man To An-
nounce in April.
Washington. IX C Mar. 11. It is
learned here tonight that Governor
.lames A. Johnson of Minnesota
will formally announce his candida-
cy for tho democratic presidential
nomination on Shiloh battle field
early in April.
This Htatoment la mado on au-
thority of W. D. Honossey a former
newspaper man. who Is hero from
St. Paul. Ho is a close friend of
tlio governor and Is said to havo
come hero to sound a nunibor of
It is reported that Johnson IsN
counting In the delegation of hla
own stalo and those from the btatea
of Wisconsin Illinois Kansas Iowa
North and South Dakota and Wash-
ington. llennosoy says that Pennsylvania n
Maryland Virginia and West Virgln-V.
la are also ready to turn to John-
RELEASED UNDER BOND.
Muskogeo Okla. March. 11. Clar-'r
enco IL Wilson a former dcouty U.
S. marshal who Is charged with the1.
murdor of Hev. Sylvester Morris a
Methodist minister at TuLu last Au-1
gust was released hero yesterday an-'
dor bond of $5000 after six months'8
confinement In tho federal fall rtre.
- Death at Hewitt.
Mrs. Ilortha Webb aged nbout 20-11
years tho wlfo of Thos. J. Wobh a in
well to do farmer of tho Hewitt sew
Hon died yesterday morning at Uor
formor homo after a short sharp Ill-
ness. Tho deceased Is survived by
threo young children an infant and
one one-year old and the oldest two
Tho funeral will 1)0 held this af-
ternoon at Heck with Interment In
Special Showing of
Our milliner Miss Ry-
burn has prepared a
special showing of Street
and Tailored Hats for
Monday March 16th
You arc cordially invited to call and see
the new styles in fashionable millinery
The Model Dry
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