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VOIiUMK XII. "'V.r.'"')
ARDJIOKK. INI). TKli,.. iSI'NDAY MORNING, NOVHSlBKK il, HUM.
ISUBSGRIPIION 500 PER MONTH
NOT A SINGLE CASE IN CUBA.
SAYS DR. FINDLEY.
Murine Hospital Inspectors Discover
What Department Cannot It rs
a Challenge to the Service
Which Wants to Be Shown.
Havana. Nov. 2ti. "Wo challenge,
the United States iiistrlm hospital
i!rvlro to K)lnt out. as alleged. Hint
several casm of yellow lever have
nj neared In various pints ot Cuba,
vrai. the response of Or. Carlo Kind
ley, chief of tho department ol health
and sanitation, when shown a dis
patch ifrnm Washington today, (as
signing that as a reason lor the in
structlon jof Uie United States to
Minister Squires to call the Cuban
Authorities attention to the. sanitary
conditions of Santiago and elsewhere
in t In; Island and to urge prompt and
li'.ormiKli remedy ot those conditions.
Dr. Kind Icy, who has a high repu
ti.tlon as a yellow lever expert, as-nn-ted
with confidence Uiat thore is
not a shiple case of the disease in
ruha. It was not within possibility,
hf added, that half a dozen marine
hrupital Inspectors stationed at Cu
ban Krls i-hniild have discovered
cfhv which i he thoroughly organized
liealth department of Cuba has tailed
to discover and more than Improba
ble that tney sliould know or such
cares aud yet fail to call the atten
tion of the Cuban department to
them. Dr. Flndloy reiterates that tho
only ense ordinal ins in Cuba In more
than three years was thai ol thi
American. Scott Fuller, at Punta d
f n'i, which waR of extremely light and
Cf questionable authenticity. Suspic
ion attached also to Fuller's attend-
rnt. but the disease has not develop
ed. Health olllcers at the Cuban
ports. Dr. Findley said, treat all re
ver symptoms In arrivals from Carlb
bean and South American ports as
suspicious and also all other that aro
In tho least questionable. These arc
Invariably detained and Isolated until
they die or are cured.
Dr. Delgado, a Cuban, who Is the
United States marine hospital Inspeo
lor at Havana, disclaimed any lenowl
edge of yellow fever cases this year
except in six persons who arrived
from .Mexico and wiio were immedi
ately Isolated. Of these, two died
and tho others recovered.
Cuban otllclal.s unreservedly admit
aind condemn tho bad sanitary condi
tions In some of the Kasteni cltliis
Or. Gutteras, tho yellow fever expert,
has been summoned to Inform Presi
dent I'alma tomorrow of existing con
ditions. .Minister Squlerfl, who has just re
turned from a vncatlon, has rceelvod
no directions from Washington, but
will again take up the matter Inform
ally n't an early audience with Presi
dent Palma, which has been arranged
Il Is now generally held that Presi
dent I'alma should undertake sanlta
t.on wherever it Is needed without
waiting longer Tor congressional au
thority. No More Booze.
.Marshal 11. II. Colbert has given
notice that 'herealter anyone found
peddling or In any manner sidling or
ill: posing of any malt or spirituous
Uiiuors will not only be prosecuted
i) the full extent ot tho law, but thul
the property used In connection with
Mich sale will bo seized and sold at
public sale and tho proceeds convert
Cn Into tho treasury of tho United
Ktntes. The mnrshul saya ho is de
termined ti break up the traffic in
liquor. The order means that If a
man Is lound peddling liquor with a
l-orso nnd wagon, Uie horae
nnd wagon will ho seized and
wdd. If n drug tore is found selling
liquor, the store and all Its contents
will be rielzcd and sold. The author
ity for this It claimed to be lound in
a spi-clal statute or the United States.
A llrst-class sewing niachliie, guar
nuteed ftir five years, nt one-third of
what others cost. Call in and seo this
bargain.. WBHKS ,UROS
VJ-3s Practical Tinners and Plumbers
FRISCO SHOPS CONSUMED.
Plant at Memphis Destroyed and Em
ployes Seriously Hurt.
Memphis. Tenn., Nov. 20.- While
moving office incords from the
shops or the St UiuU and San Fran
ilsro Ilnllroad company, in South
Honphlit. tonight, during a tire that
consumed the plant, Sam Mnssoy, a
mnchlnliit. was seriously Injured nnd
Mntdor Mechanic llrlg seriously
hurt by the explosion ot the holler.
T'wv vcre taken to the hostiltnl
A Remarkable Tribute.
At .1 time when many are altlriiiing
inn! hooka aud nuwupnperu have heon
fur yearn destroying oratory, im
tiiough to mock these gcnerallzers.
rnd to cheer up tint public heart,
th.oo great nuw orator made a sod
ct il appearance--Iligcrsolt, Cook and
Wendllng. They are a remarkable
g.'oup. even aside from the tact unit
they have not yet passed Into trio
i , agiiltylng atmosphere ot the past.
(S'cnt and powerful tw Ingcrsoll auil
Ciiok are. it Is a great plcnbliro to
turn from both to hear Wendllng. 1
sneak only for myself. Wendllng adds
to great subjects a pure and clear
style. Ills language, his logic, his
Imagination, lib enunclatloil. MH
icthod. all are of the old Hveretl
uii.l Channlng school. From the great
pnncher and essayist. Prof. Swing.
Mr. Wendllng will, under the dlrec
Hi n of the l.ccum course, be nt the
o;k ra bouse Monday night, November
US. Hear him.
PRAIRIE ON FIRE
SWEEPING THE RANCHES
Wild Animals Flee for Thsir Lives
and Sheepmen Lose Stock ana
Hay Talk of Lynchinu the
Incendiary If Found.
HelenH, Mimt., Nov. 20. -A large
pmlrlu fire Iiok been raging tor sov-
nal dayH forty miles north of this
place, and Is still burning fiercely.
'I :ioiusands of acres of grazing lands
have been fwopt over and thousands
if dollars' worth of property has
biii. beeu destroyed. (Jeorge Peterlo,
a prominent sheepman, whose range
is In the devastated Krtton Is re
ported to liave lost all of his hay, his
risldouce and all outbuildings.
It is said tnat the lire started over
tin Canadian line Monday attertioon,
.ml during the terrlllc wind storm
if Tuesday and Wednesday moved
Mt with startling rapidity ovev tnio
the Atnorican poAsosslons, irom v7iicn. I
antelope, deer and other wild gamo
h.ive lied for their llvoa in nil dlroc-1
tions. Sheepmen In the path or the
li.u will all be heavy losers, for liheir
u Inter rauso Is destroyeil together
with all of their hay for winter use
Thero is talk of lynching the man
who started tho tiro ir ho can be
"KH" is coming Tuesday.
Kiiianuel lweust(in entertained a
crltiire.il, music loving audience Fri
day evening at the First Christian
church, with n piano recital. The oc-
caslon furnished tho people or Ard-
nore with their lirst opportunity to
nend 1111 evening with .Mr. 1-owen.
f id 11 since his return 110111 the Now
Ihiglaud coiiM-vvatory if .Music at
His frlcnilk expected a pli;asant
eieulug but his power ns a mu.sleian
nnd his scope of musical knowledge
ins not realized before his appear-J
11r.ee. There were .present musical
etitlcs who with estac.y declared his
w. 'k fully (iual to that of c nnk H.
SLerwood who enjoys a national rep
utation in the musical world.
II r. Uiwcnsteln was assisted by Ills
.r.ithor Sol 1-owenstelu Whose worK
v.'th the violin shows the lilgnest ne
P'f.o of culture and would wi mi lUoif
oust Hutu a pteaesnt eteulng's enter
ti.inmenl. .Mr. LowenMoln Is truly an Ard
mnro boy, what ever honor her shurcs
I.-, shared alike uy his town, he has
wcrlietl his way into the hearts of the
piople ami thoy exult with hltu In the
high degreo of success wlileh lie hits
I'lncsnlve nets like a poultice. Sold
by City Drug Store.
AT ANY COST
ORDERS GIVEN FOR FINAL AS
SAULT ON PORT ARTHUR.
Asian It Began Yesterday-Must
Take Main Fortifications at Any
Cost Fighting at Several
Points Along the Line.
WashliiKton, Nov. KB. Tho Ajwoci-
aiiKl Prow lenriui on excellont mu- o ienrj. Kt,,in c4lg ot Musko
t!.orlty that tho Japanese army 1ms W1(, here to deliver a lecture
been ordered to renew Us attack on
Port Arthur and to lako tho nmln
f.rt mentions at any cost.
Toklo. Nov. 20.-11 Ik reported that
the .lapiinese attack is directed
iipultiit lllhlmli- luoiililiiln. Hllllir ltd
m uiitaln and Hust Wewan mo
have reached I he base of the center
d'lchcu. The idefeiwlve works Out
side the parapets of Rlhlitng moun
(nil. and Sung Shu mountain have
been captured, leaving the Russians
tn pcrfsesslon of the (wirapets only.
The Japanese are helllng the para
pets and Indicting heavy damage.
The occupation or the 4'orts are ex
pected shortly. If the lorLs are tak
en the capture or Port Arthur seems
assured within a short time.
Field Quarters Oku's Army. I he very practical evidence 01 ais wining
KiiMdans are showing some activity 1 -1 to help iik llnd the best means or
In rront of Genera! Oku' army. A feveiitlug 11 sudden nnd disastrous
dawn -o.iay a detiichment attacked in htraklng down ol the system 01 pro
two places the letl and center dlvis- ;' '"'' ''l'1'1 Prevailed i-. the
lonsi The center repiibi-o the at- tmltory for nearly Ihree-qiiariers or
tnck Immediately anil the It-It did centuiy.
I'iso, after a Juird light. i a result "At Uike M,ohonk. CongreMMman
or the repulse, the Japanese have oc- Sl-irman of New York, chairman or
citpled P011 Tuen. The Russians lett the Indian committee, sK)ke iikwi em-
lneny dead on tlio field. phutlcally In fuvor of liif.eitlng a
clause in the statehood hill to make
Kurokl's Headquarters 111 the Field, certain the continuance or iirohlhl-
Nov. 20. The reports circulated that noni
C'.cneral IiiniKitl;ln In minting a gen-
uia! advance had pushed Imck the
Japanese lefl lor a ilist?uce of three
ml'es. are wholly uiitounded.
The Russians i-ontlnue their recon-
lK.lsances In .front of the Japanuse
left, but there lias been no engage-
ntent or ehauge in the Japanese cn-
St. Petersburg, Nov. 20. Strangely
enough, the principal reasons which
moke it probable that C.eneral Kuro-
Iitkln will have to suspend hostlll-
tiei until spring are lound In the ab-
so '-co of tuel, fodder and water. 'Mo
si.-eams are frozen dry.
The hilsir or hacking blocks ot Ice.
coirylng them and molting them In
Cliniltltle.v enough to supply the vast
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",enM! a" lo 1,0 Illmosl ls"'ni0l'n,a-
mi.- tmiiiimj ,n .... v.. ,,m(.IenCj. of tll0 sci,0ols; has brought ai.d Its people,
by the fact that fuel Is so scarce, wll0 nm, jmn!m children 'together, The resolutions continue:
e-en millet foots being drugged up , ,.,, .schools, and hn mule It "We, therefore, beg that these ma
tor use as lucl. 'pit-slide for many Indian children ns Melons land syndicate be ousted nnd
.Meantime the Hunliiises are dally W(jU a(j tw),1Bnllrts ot- wiilt - to get Hint nil restrictions be removed on
I.M-rea,slng. harrying the army with WJ h(.uooi advantagos, which other- nil siirnlus land of each citizen allow-
the greatest audacity, even as tar
back us llarbln. They are coiistaiit-
1 destniylng the railway line. Ro-
It., .I.tl.... n .Inlr ..lirlit tJxif Itlrtll-
,.-., ...... ........ . v.. .v,,.
It up In six different places, using
mi Unite cartridges. The
ale unable to .stop them.
.Mrs. M. I-:. Spurgeon wishes to
hk her pntroi s nnd frleni , lor a
hict.wsiiiI seasons trade, and wishes
announce th.u she win now cut
' prices for the balance of the season
".1 nil trimmed and iinlilinined hats.
Talent. 11 Chlcuco montblv. con-
Hi. ns In Itjs last i.,iie an Interesting
1 Hide on the home lite ot Ceo. it.
Wendllng, who Is to lectuie hero
.Mi inlay night, Nov. 2S 011 "Stonewall
Jhikson." While not the most origin-
al lecturer on the phitlonii Weiidllng
has the reputation of being the most
scholarly. Ho makes wide rosearcn'a guarantee that all the atlvantu-;n
on every theme. For Illustration hojif the public school Aysicm Rhall lie
read fifty-two lives of Christ before at- freely open to Indian citizens as
preparing- his lecture, "Tho .Man ot to any others anil that no dlscrlmlna.
Ii'i.rk, ye mot hers! don't forget,
"1 RUTHINA's" in tho market yet.
A frlniul ir babiM is Dr. Morfetl.
Ho 'mi their Ills for little protlL
"TKHTHINA" Allays Irritation.
Aids Digestion, Regulntes tho linwuls,
(JvercoimiH and ('outiteracts the Hl
fect.s of Summer's Heat and makes
Ti-cUiIng Baay and cosLs only -8
REV. GRANT EVANS OF MUSKO-
GEE AMONG ARDMOREITES.
President of Henry Kendall College
Is Here to Enthuse the People
on the Question of prohibi
tion His Say.
The Rev. Ai ('.rant rCvuns. president
fi,r lhe ,ur,HW0 r enthusing the mh
, ,. ,m u,0 ,jnetlon of making Indlnu
Territory a iierinanent prohibition
stale, Mid in an Interview today:
1 "The outlook Is exceedingly tnvor
' iihlc for securing legislation, which
Will lU'lllllllllbHIl 111!" Wllltt Wl' IliUlT in
:ew. Captain .McKeuiioii ntid mysell
vim from the .Mohouk Indian ("outer
nice, where we were accorded a most
(.'.dial reception and iinvornble bear
.. 1.. tl'..ultl....l,.,. 'IM ..... lt. I .1
" " "
uguiy iuit:rviu iui ri itbuh-hi
I liiiosevell, who expresed himself lit
' nicMt hearty sympathy with our aim
I to sei'iue the fultllment or pledges
made with the Indians or the live
I'rlbcs. While1 he was not ready to
commit himself ns to the best method
of accomplishing this, lie gave up
we i v,,,y hearty assurances ot
a mputtiy and supinirt from the major
itv 0f nu, niembers of tho lxiard or
Indian comtssloners and Irom others
Iniiuentlal and official poslt'ons in
"The president expressed very em-
pimically bis Interests In the speedy
development of a common school sys-
torn for Indian Territory. RutOfiug to
M) Rmnt of j100i000 mnde Ml veiir , U)0 territory. It was decided to
(() ,.xteml tlle ,nillan system appoint a coramlttw of two, on Indian
mnl;(, . scllooli, nvaiU)U. l0 p(1 a whlto mani U) ,)re8cnt resolu-
h,.,..,,,,, . expressed tho hope tli.iw to Prisldcnt Iloosovelt, the hoc-
.lU coru.r,.M m,Kn, ,. p0rtlU!,ded to'ietary of Uie Interior nnd the com-
Illtroni4l, tll0 Krall, for , w,mlB ;w, on nilan airalrs, asking Uiat
J()ar considerably. Ho asked mo to il.ese conditions be remedied. Copies
f;,rnHh nl wl(h aI1- ,actA ,rom tn0 )ir nlfM, 1() prosont,.(, , , Kt)V(.r.
nrst sul ()f r,)orU) lor llU! voar so)t )()rH of tl)1, VH r,vll!t(1 ,r(i)
, g , HuI.,.(iic. . nuku - ,,mmnrv. Tin. resolution iIih-Ihih Dial lln. vh
sbowlng that the grant made by con-
Kr0;)s has more than doubled tho
school enrollment; has Increased tho
wJiMJ wmll(, ,avu n,)W)1tl.,y ,m
,,,, u, th()m.
.. h, k , ()f ,n(Uan T
MV HllHUl(, mak(. Uiclr desires
,.n()W1, , . matter of 8ch(K)S. Av.
cording lo the prjse.it agi-fcinont
there can be onlv one moie voar ot
I ..,(lr.. )rll). elKKils. in mniCL-g pro-
viMon lor the future tho government
aiicu(1 , persuaded first to buy at a
r,- valuation the valuable school
properties of the five trlbos. In ad-
,itlon to this It could not do bettor.
ni)tead of the usual grants of schools,
than to purchase for the state tho
(onl lands to a corresponding value,
Il should give 10 the Indian. In ad-
dltion to the cash considenitlon. tho
p'edge that the existing schools shun
be kept In operation by thu Federal
government until the state has its
M-ltool system o organized ns to ho
able to carry them on. It should nlrn
' nledge the Indian Hint the lands
shi-uld be given lo the state only 11pm
Hon shall bo made against them on
account of their lands: being exempt
"This seenitj to me to be about
the moat linisirlant point for adjust-
in.'iit In bringing the Indian people
Into the citizenship .of the now Rtnte.'
.Mr. nvnus has nlways been n
st.iunch friend to tlio Indlnn tribe.
III Interest In tholr wolfaro prompts
li:m to bo an enthusiastic supporter
ot tho proposition to construct th
1 1 kIhoI s-iMetn on a basis broad
uough to admit both Indian and
v lilies In the same school. He be
!ii-ic this to be ttie only remedy to
: lent the drnulng of tho color line
In the schools batwiK'n the two raco.
I aitlciilnrly In the Creek Nation do
tho Murroundingrt roiiulrn tlie common
siliooli Tor Uia rmimi that the CrwK
Intlians are more lnroly mixed with
I In nero than any other or the five
Hear Wendling's Lecture.
lAnt nlnht the ureal niidlence Ihiiik
.111 Wend 1 1 hk'h every word, wiln
niuicWecs eliMpicnoe he ilemonstrHled
1 "at tiiiMTn reality the crtlro pow
er liPhtml the c rented utilrcw In
Mr. Wendllng will liH-luri- at the
opera holme .Monday, November 28.
The OklnhnniHii wiys, Tho rollow
liitr Ardmot'elten attended the Stun
ners festivities: J. T. Coleman and
wife; W. H. JollliKon, K. W. Roberts,
15. Wesloy l)lk. P. C. Dlngd, W. A.
Wolverlon, ?. W. (intos and wltu,
and .1. II. ICnox.
To the Wise Shopper.
On .December "th the I million Aid
Sioclety of the Centml llaptlst church.
III have oil display a beautiful lino
of fancy articles, suitable for ChrUl-
1:1111. girts. The doll booth will be a
special feature, iMinneU. wraps, etc.,
Cir sale. It will be to your advantage
1 1 ace our display before purchasing.
AFTER THREE DAYS SESSION AP
PEAL TO WASHINGTON.
Farmers Union In Indian Territory
Would Oust Land Grafters Pass
Resolutions Endorsing Sena
Muskogee, I. T Nov,
F(,i mens union In Indian Torrltoy.
jhiu - completed n three days' sesslou
at Duranl at which steps were taken
10 enter a formal protest to the gov-
eminent officials In Indian Territory
pud at Washington against hind graft
Km or grading and laud leasing to
corporatloiw In Indian Territory is
unfair and detrimental to the territory
1R ,ho farnl(.rs 1Ilt now r(3,(. nPr0 'fore Commissioner Robnett yemeraar
, ,mrclliu.0 ,allll fHr a ,homt., lafternoon. Only one wltneas wiw ex-
..... . . ,B-4i r'nmlnwl. Prof. J. R. IMoechel ot Kan-
Senator Stewart that the wild Mle br
lllu Btallinoiit plan, which w,
cimmand a bettor price ami favor
tail, clil..,, n,i ..nii.ci.wm. m ,h
We .lso wish t fsvor ....! r,.i.,n,
the farmer that has developed our
ci mitry Into the present high slate ot il,"l,oatn 1 ror- M"-cnu. ine
civilization nnd we deplore this un-1 :mrl t,,t'11 r0Pa,roa ,0 ,ho mnrKluU'0
Inst land L-raftlmr that mivs a m,ir'nlllf1' where several of theso enptuted
pittance to the citizen and rents to
the farmer at extortion prices by
uhlrh means he Is usually populating
the sections of which 'he has nnsse.
slot, with a low deirradod set of nio.'17" pur ccnt ot lllc,,no1' wnlu' Pml
pic. thereby demolishing good .society
mid turning our happy land of schools
imhI churehe Into degradation." '
KH I'erklns at Urondwar M. K,
Church. Tuesday night. 27,
Anyone having clothing and Bhoos
to donate for the poor will please nil
il.iss Captain Ilutler, 520 1st Ave., S.
W. Phono 4IM.
nil Perkins the worll w.ownod
11 11 maker will bo hore Tuesday
Tho(1 n )romlM, r,)r lll0 c,,,.,Bt.
,,. ohurt;h 1,.,,,,-, wll be called on
,., Alw, a nU)mi,ors ot (!i,reh be
Take your ladlofl to Kntin's Cafe,
It tho ouly plaee Tor flrst-clasn sor
POSTMA8TBR8HIP OF MUSKOGEE
iWILL OO TO ONE.
The President Will Appoint Mfts
Miss Alice Robertson, Who Is a
Friend of His Will Save So
r Some Explaining.
Muskogee special say.-. U la re
l.tMiod here that the pri-Mdeut will
hi hIii( Alice Kohi-ruon pri sent mi
pi rvlwir of Creek schools, to '10 post
iiiistreM at Muskogeo. Tho president
ic inld to have ninile it. a personal
matter and to huvo ludlcatod to tho
l.t muster-general mint Jhe (dctrca
the appointment made. Miss Robert
son is a friend or the president. It
hk she who furnished much ot tho
data In the last chapter ot his book:
011 the "RoiiRai RlderH. She was
mued in Indian Terrltor Her ratti
er came here as 0 missionary when
the Indians came from the Kxstorn
states. She Is a Republican, ho in
fluential (friends In the Kast and lias
tal.cn an active IntoroHl In politics,
flie hns held a Federal ap)olniuiunt
1. any years. She wiw the only avail
r-bli stenographer in the Indian Tor
ritery when H10 Dawes commission
rame here. Tho .Muskogeo postofrtco
U the largest In tho Territory and
inys J2.000 a year and Is Incren-sluc
11' the rate of $1110 each year,
Thero Is some consternation In th
Ilepubllcau organization at tho an
1 ounced appointment of Miss Robert-
11. Pliny Soper, national commit
li'omau, Is supiKHv'tl to have these p
p intmcnts. Many persons bcllrro
that fhisapiH)lutmenl la a slap At
't Hopcr but. politicians say this tin
expected Interference of the prest-
,;r"l I'M hK'n a saving grace to 80-
I,!r' wl, otherwise would have been
f'rced to make choice or the man
applicant for the postolflce and Uua
THE JOINT CASES
INITIAL SUNDEAM CASE BEFORE
Actual Analysis ol Goods Made in
the Presence of Judge Robnett
Who Continues Case Until
In tho caso ot U10 United Statca rs.
Jeff Carson, charged with Introauciaa
r. berveragu containing over a lega
per cent of alcohol, was brought be-
si.s City, an expert chemist hired br
tUeltochiwur llrowlng company; ju
"a,'- a" "ww" J
company lo tho territory. Hy sug-
.gestlon of tho attorney tor tho dwena-
"' ,hu courl Kavo IUj consent to Umi
ul'al,:!!,tlon of somt' mplo liottles ot
1,"UI we'' 111,1,1 a,,d two ot lncm
vero anulyzed. A quart bottle ot U10
bi-ierage marked "Sunbeam was
" " ' cva
I lm,,1 WM 8l,wwn contain l.wi pfr
ludgc Robnett adjourned tho court
to take the matter under consider.!
tiou until Monday.
Tho case of Mr. Carson is a test
oiiso, as all the Joint men who vrrre
silling this boverago waived arraign
ment, while he demanded trial.
This case Is one ot special Interest
at, It will affect In a great measure
n number of men who are now a H-
ing the action of tho grand Jury. 'Vn
::iou trial will bo watchcu with In
terest by many.
Five wagons from tho Nobo country
were driven In Iront or Hall & IlilUa'
yesterday morning and each one load
id with Moves, furniture aud house
hold goods. Moasrs. Hull & lUllls
wcro so wull ploased with tho occur
rence that Han Webb was called to.
uikUo a photograph of tho scone.