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VOLlTM K XV
AliDMOliK. OKLAHOMA sl'NDAY MOliMN(i 1 I.IM L". I'.ios
STATE FARMERS UNION FROVID
ES FOR CLOSER AFFILIATION
WITH FEDERATED LABOR;
J. S. Murray. Brother of Alfalfa BUI
Defeated on First Ballot in Can
didacy for Re-Election at
Secretary of Union.
Shawnee. Oklrt.. All. 22 t'nlotl
labor In It of fort to bring about ii
closer affinity between the rtirnitr
union nml tin- labor movement and
In Mm speelHe Unlit against wliul has
ricently become known In Oklritioina
As Mitrraylsm won n. deckled victory
today, when by u iinanlntoiiii vole, the
Stole Fanners' I'nlon convention
AUK-nded Its constitution so a to pro
vide for closer nf filiation with the
Oklithoimi Federation of Labor and
liortly tlierenfter. during the lectio':
of officers, defeated .1. S. .Murray,
brother of the llrt speaker of the low
er house of the legislature on the ilrat
lmllot on Ills candidacy for r-election
(id scciotury of the Punnets Union.
A ftateriuil dclf-gntlun ut the ritule
federation of labor, consisting of I' A.
li'tiwcrmnti of .Shawnee, .1. I.ulher
l.nngston or Oklahoma CH. tnid Ml
Kale Ufi-miril of Ciithrle. were admit
ted to certain sessions of the fanners
meeting and their Influences brought
(ilH)llt the repeal of section " of artl-
:lt of the runners' statute. The
section wan as follows:
"All nuioiiH, local, county, district,
and Htate are prohibited from adopt
t ii k any resolution or taking uc-
tlon whutever In the approval of, yiu
IKithy with, or condemnation of any
jitrIK''. boyciii, or an other orguuizn
tlon, whether financial, coiuineiclul or
Inoor.'- It wan thl section that pro
hibited affiliation of delegut. from
the farmer' union with the labor leg
lalnlfon eomtuittee of the Htate federa
lion during the aegslou of the llrst
state legislature mid tilt labor union
declare that It prevented the enaci
men! of ui"ceary law for the farm
The tight over the ehe'lon of off
com wuh between throe faction: that
Uneked by .Murray eiitlnnt, tlmt
rlminploiied by tho Culluhau-Arin
btroiiK fnctlon, and that of the retlr
Iiik officers, headul by President
Wii. Speaker -Murray wa the lead
or In the llrst. J. V. Callnhaii of Kuld
formerly a delegate In emigre In
Oklahoma Territory, the second and
President Wt the third. The fnl
lowing officer were chosen:
President. William finrrlson of
(Jrant comity: Vice President, F. It
Smith of Pittsburg county; secretary
and tieaurer, C. K Hook of A'okn
county; chaplain. V. .1. Kill of Mc
Intosli i nniv: .si a It- lecturer and or
gntilzor. W. .! Crawford of Cotnanrli
county; conductor. Thomas Itoach of
Coal county; door keepur. I'ranK ?ce
of Ilaikell count).
The following coustllut the e"-
unlive board; Sinoot of Kill county
Helton of Pawnee county. Douglas or
lleckhani county. Harrison of Kiowa
county mid l'ehworth of Coal cnuwy
Delegate for th national meetlnt;
of farmer at Fort Worth Septomber
1. are; Onrrlcon of Orant county
Smoot of Kill county nnl Wct ot
in completing the new Hlcy out
lined In the repeal of the aiitl-affll
latlon section of thl coiutltutloii. tho
j'oIIowiik itsoluiioii whn nil()ted:"tlmt
thin convention of the Oklahoma Stat
I'Viriuor' lMucinloiial and Co-operatlv
I'lllon of AtneilCH doe hereby In
Ktnict It office) io co-operate with
the I'edi-ratlon of labor aloiint lenih'
latlve and other henellclal line On I
lahan of (lurflold county and Cllft
of Canadian county were hon-n as
fraionml deleu.iti-i. i" attend Hie n'i
'Cn ti" 1 ,1 . iii i .1' f l r U nn i Till 1 1
l O " ..III. .ui. " " ' '- ' " . " - - -
bo glad you gave It to us.
Fvrplsinr Steam Laundrv
met, iik nt IN' rVu rat em .: i.i'
,it Tulsa In I'.'O'.i.
Ileim M. Walker of 101 Ui ii" ii.'
- il oiB.itilrr ut flu- American l' ili i
tun nf Uioor, addressed the nmn'ii
nun tor tlilrt) minutes In Ui nttei
tic Kin 1 1 it Slllljl-I't Wa "PO-Op union
Id- cpiesed himself as pleased with
i in- .irtion nr iin body ami predicted
nun li k'mhI iroin cn-MMailiiii of the
UlllutH Lcll'llltl-V j
OPPOSE GOVERNMENT AID
! INDIANS SERVE NOTICE ON DE
! PARTMENT THAT THEY RE.
FUSE SCHOOL EXPENSE.
.lnkoKee. Okln.. Aug JS. Thirty-
five Indian hoardlni; nchoola In the
five civilized tribes ot Indiana im-
now being aupidled l.v the teacher,
matron, eooka nml oilier aaalMhtntH.
preparatory for what probably will
bo the laat tear that the Indian na
tion will maintain! their achiiol In
dependently of the white, and edu-
cational Institutions (hat have been
nuilntnlned b the Indiana, alnce li'So
will he wiped out forever.
fight la being nindc hy the lu-
dlniiH ,iK.ilnt further continuance of
the Indian hcIhmiI at the epemH ot
the Irlbea. V. V. HiiMtltwa, Cherokee
iiiiiIoiihI uttorue for the Cherokee
llalloii.. haa eied notice on ml pel -
lliteuilelil of Hi-hool for the five
tribe and on the secretary of th
Interior, that this I the lat year the
Cherokee tuition will permit the Cher
okee treilKIH to lipHirt the Cherokee
school. The same movement 1 now
nil foot In all of the other nation.
Theie are now thirty bonriliuv
schools in the rive nation. The at-
tenilaii.ee run from ,-0 to 'JOO nt each
"lie. the avorime helnp over 100. These
schools are supimrted entirely by
money drawn from the funds of the
nation In chari;e of the Kvornment.
N'one but Indian children are allowed
to attend them. The Cherokee untlou
pay $12,01)0 each vear to support
It three national schools The other
four nations p.i a total of $1X0.0011
to Mippiirt 'theli boardl-iiK schools.
tnaklnt! a toi.il i os! or $'.nii.iii)ii that
the Iiullans put up u i vein tn I'd
Ufae their clill.li'in
TITLES ARE GOOD
NEWSPAPER TALK DOES NOT
GO WITH KANSANS WHO ARE
AFTER CHEAP LANDS.
Special to the Ardmorelie. .'
Hopcdcii, Castle, llroinlde, Okla.,
Aug. 2'.'. Thl vicinity was visltul
.lis morning by a heavy down pour
of rain, rariners are wearing a smile
that won't wear off. A bumper corn
and cotton crop Is nssnrnl. Without
another drop of rain late corn will
make from three ipiartei to a lull
The regular fall tu'iu ol school com
menced here lust .Monday with a large
attendance. A llftkHli mill tax levy
was voted several week ago which In
sure u nliio mouths term for llrnmhlu
The Installation of a new telephone
service with the outside world has
brought the young uiutropolls In clos
er touch with Oklahoma cltks. and
business her is booming.
The new dally hack lino between
llromlilo and Sulphur, which jne-'ts
alt Hock Island trains Is humbled
with delight by traveling uiuu anil vis
itor to "The CarWiad nf Aunrica.
.Several eastern capitalists are here
In search of lauds and town lots A
imrly of seven from I'aixiiis, Kun.,
arilved vcetcrilny with a view to buy
lug lots anil building resiliences and
buslii'ss blocks In the new town,
land buyers say thoy are not tin
oukv about titles to Indian lauds, and
a prniuiui nt Kaiuan stated toilav that
he believed all this talk In the news
papers about defective lntlii tlllo
was dmi' to scare away buyers. He
cild socallid land grafters were not
ii-.il'.v dangerous fellows hut only
i v .mi i-d the land ng cheaply as pos
1 - ,'lle
It vou desire rosullH from the
mo .i wni spend for music lessons
e.u nn 1,'indon Conservatory an
nouuci tiicti's anon' funiiatntT.'ii
VARIUOS DtMOCHATlC COMMIT
TEES TO MEET SEPT 8
BRYAN IS IN CHICAGO
Democratic Nominee Received Enthu
siastic Reception Ai He Alighted
From His Train In Chicago
Chlcno, lb. Aug. 22. A meeting of
the NatHtnul conunllti f the demo
. nitlc parly and ull aub-commlttee
will be held in Chicago. Sep'einber s,
at which rlnal plana for the pr slden
tlal cninpiiiKii will ibe adopted.
Thl waa determined at a meeting
of the party lender here today. In
cluding Win. .1. Hi van and ChalrnihU
Hryan nrrlvel In Chicago tiaiuy to
Ih a two day' political visit to hi
IHillHcai friend and caniuiiiu tuuua
The democratic nominee was gr'i
et at the rullwax station l Chair
man .Mac. Col. Wet more and a score
of other ptomllietit democrat from
Chlenno and elscwlme. He waa giv
en a rousing cheer as he wtepped from
the platform or hi k)ier.
ThroiiKS of democrala had gathered
to catch a glimpse of the Nebraska!!
and the station wa packed to Its ut
most limit with an enthusiastic cheer
liryan wa escorted to the auditor
f 1 1 in, where he Immediately went into
confirence with democratic leader.
liryan made his first speech of tne
campaign at Pes .Moines last nlgiu
to a vast audience In which he attack
d the r' publican promises or a tar
Itr revision and askul if the deniociat
Ic iiarty wa not Jitstllled when 'It in
cluded in it platform the declaration
that "the iieoplo cannot afel en
ttusl I In- execution or till Important
work with a party which I so deeply
obligated to the highly -protected In
lercHt as the republican part.'
ItiN.iti announce that next Wedtie
i.i. uliih- en t'oilti frotn Indianapolis
to Topek.i Ii'' will stop .it hi- 'orib
pliii- S,ii"iii. Ill and deliver a -P' h
TEDDY FAVORS PUNISHMENT
EIGHT WEST POINT CADETS TO
BE SUSPENDED FOR ONE
YEAR FOR HAZINfi.
Washington. I. C, Aug. 22. Tho
aiiuounceinetii was made today by
Secretar.v of War Wright that hla
recommendation for punishment for
the eight West I'ollit cadets sus
pended from the military academy
recently for luulti had been appiov
cd by the president.
An Interesting fact was developed
by the Inquiry Into the case, which
witii that Colonel Scou. superintend
ent of the academy was hltnsolf sus
pended from West Point, when, he
was a cadet Superintendent Scotf
recommended --enleliei-h in the pies
cut casi s. which l one vein's sus
pension CHEER UP TAFT BUNCH
CALIFORNIA CONGRESSMAN SAYS
. HE'S WELL LIKED ON PA
f icago. Ill , Aug. 22. Congressman
H. K .McKlnle) of Callfonii.i vi.nted
lepuldlcuu national hondiiiaiters to
day on hi way to Wnnon' to d ;l!vi r
a number of speeches,
"The people on the PucWf cuast '
said McKlnley. think highly of Tuft!
because of what he has done In es
tablishing harmony with Japan."
Stole Dead Man's Sox.
Sprliigtlcld, O., Aug. 22. Andrew
Whltinort. who was charged by Hor
guru llorden with Healing the cks
fiolii her ilea I husband was Hied 'he
ids' and K"ii to Jail pending ia
HASKELL IS HOPEFUL
SAYS THAT MONO WILL COMI
IN PLENTIFULLY FOR O L M 1 )
Chlcigo, AtlR. 82. Hoveriior" f
Haskell of Uklahott i. liens i :
the democratic national commit ta.
ai'i-heri at rteiimcratl.' na'lotuil in
ipiaiter tihlay and tM'K.in k Hti-ti'.ii i
,111: his cftorta to ' .ire i auii.ii- ti
tiiinis He ald that imiiiic) w.i in!,
lug In In fair amount .m.l jt t h' i
Mould be enough to finance a - I
liinernor .loluisoli of Minnesota
wbons a caller HI deiiiocrallr nation,
al bi'adiiurtera today. Intitrnied
Chairman Mack Hint a he had been
drafted a the parly'a standard lie
r in .Mlnmnoln, he would have to
devo'e tttoat of hla time during the
c.impalgn to work in that state.. He
would, however, do everything khI
bie for the , national ticket ao far
lis loyalty to hla Minnesota const!!
ueiils would penult.
Other callera were Heputor CiiIIhm--son
of Te.xna, clinliniiin of the advi
sory committee; (iovcrflor Patterson
of Tenneaaee ami W. (1. Conrad ol
Montana, whose candidacy for tin
democratic vice presldentlil nomina
tion was a feature of the pre-cole
vent kin caitiViww. ('overuor I'nltersiin
characterised the talk of any south
ern slates swinging Into the repub
lican column as ridiculous.
Colonel Hubert Kwlug. editor ol
.the Now Orleans D.ilh St.ites. vis
ited the tieaihpiarleis tonight unl
tunic, over $l.'-'.'0 to the llrvan culti
palgn fuud This sum represented col
lections bv Colotii'l IvaIiih thiough
'lis paper In eight d;i
BEE IS SCENE
DR ENGLEMAN FATALLY WOUND
ED BY JIM STALLINCS
STALLINGS IS A FARMER
While His Victim Was One of the
Most Prominent Citizens of the
Community Lived Several
Hours After Being Shot.
.Mllbiirn. Okla.. Aug. 22. Dr. C. H.
i: ii Kit man, a highly respected cltUeu
of Ilee. wa shot and fatally wounded
near that place atsiiit 5 o'clock yoa
let day afternoon, a hall from a Smith
i: We .ii.ii r.-volvr ims. I.u entirely
through his body. The wounded uiuu
IIvm! until toduv. 'whoii death cutne
o ills teller.
Jim Stalling a fartuer who Issnld to
ha 'e been Kngleiuau's slayer, i re
IMiittd in have gone to Duratit to
slirreiiiNr to the offlci-1-s there for
I'liyskliins from Mllbnrn were hur
ried tn tho wounded man's bedside,
but tho wound was of such a nature
that 1 1 1 By at otic, realized that death
was only a ipn-stlon of a few hour.
It Is not yet known whethor the
body will be burled at Ilee or shl.i
bed to .Missouri for -Interment.
IN JAIL ALRIGHT.
But Defendant Says There Is No Law
in State Against 'Totin' a Gun."
(iuthrle. Okla Aug 22. -The most
remarkable cum- ever betore the su
preme court mi.- tnatlo public today
I Hi an agreed statement of facts filed.
Klclmrd Thomas, who Is in the Still
water Jail chaiged with carrying con
cealed weapon. nwVi-s the astound
ing charge that thoro Is no law in
tho state forbidding "Kim toting
Ho claims the toriltorlal law Is re
pugnant to the constitution and no
now statute was passed by the legis
lature. The onse Ik attracting wide
Fred Cai r and Ids sister MNs Man
are vis.' int; a I'O'Mand Or. Mi
Carr has gain l twe've mn I tin
he lift VrJ.uu; on hu vacatim -
. . i
DENVCR BOOSTERS. FROM ARD '
MORE DID E T F E i' T I V f WORK '
WISCONSIN MAN HERE!
Buinrd the Bridge Behind anil Wi
Locate Here and Engage in Bus
iness Hospitality of the Peo
pi Count for Much.
Then- K tM, gal una In i: tie- in
mat it pays to advertise, nut nn'i
In mercantile lines Inn cspccl.iiu In
cltv biiildii 4 In fart, "keeping , . i
luallngl.v at it" bring succesi. Tins
was exeniplitli , by a new comet t
Aidimiro, whose at tent Ion w.is alti.iii
cd first to the city by an Intervitw
Riven nut by a citizen of Aiilm
during the national demociatlc con
vi u4 Ion.
W. K. Illlbbnid of K.nosbii. Wis.
arrived lu the city 1'rldav night on
his first visit to the stale and Intent
on rinding a locnt'on to embark lu
business, lit. rift lie wa so Intent
on staying In Oklahoma when he left
home that he did not buy n retain
ticket, which would have cost hut
a alight amount more Yeatelday Mr.
Iliilihard in discussing Hie matter
with a number of other comparutlve
ly recent arrivals in the city, who
wore telllitK vvhal first altracleil them
to Anl more, said:
"Do .vou know what gave me tho
rirst idea or Ardmoie? During the
ileiuocrallc convention at Denver the
various visitors wore being Interview
ed about their purls of the counti't
tinil I came across one Colonel
Kuuus nf rdmore. lie told of the
wuiiderfiil asphalt paving, the water
vvnilvs. tin- school system, the won
.I. i lul t.irtiilng opportiinilles and
vvliai a gieat development was to
ink.- place now that the Indian Inula
w. ',. to in- mild, droppetl In on my
in-iulilHir wlih whom I had been lalk-
mc Oklahoma ami remarked, 'I've got
ili.- place. It's Anlmore. Don't that
name sound good to you?' He con
t'esseil that It did and 1 believe that
on my report he will come here nlso.
"I wrote the Anlmore Comuierclul
Club for literature and after rend
lllg over the facta lis set forth and
looking at some of the fine resi
dence (he people had down In tin
'Indian country,' I lost no time In
writing the secretary tint he might
expect tne to drop in on him within
a fortnight. I hiive been, ngrceahlv
surprised with the countrv ever situ e
I entered it and am piirticul.irlv im
pressed with Anlmore. It's slabllitv
ami lack of anything or the boom
order, tho friendliness of tho peoplo
and their enthusiasm about their
country all tin pros me. It must be-
coino a good city ami I ani Inclined
to think I Will settle here permit
iienUy, bringing my family here a
.Mr. Hubbard Iihh been engaged in
the art goods business and believe
tlmt there Ik an excellent oponhug
for a storo of that oharactor In Anl
more He wll! remain here for the
uuxt wook at Unat and If everything
shapes Itself well and n suitable loca
Hon Is to be had will order his stock
shliMd hote at once.
Union Labor People.
A Joint meeting of all the labor
unions of the town will ho held In
labor hall at 10 o'clock this moruluut
for the purpose of arranging for the
labor day colebratlon. Committee
will be apH)Intd and .trrnngamentir
mada to takp enro of the detail work
Incident to hold the celournUou. ta
bor day Is tho first Monday in Sep.
The same old Johnson, th halter,
at the same old stand want to re
mind you again that he has with him
a first class tailor and can do your
tailoring to lit. Ho Is still pressing
nud cleaning clothes and making
i uu.iniii St'l-oii anl othei li.it- Ion!,
ill- vv il . rdaior
,i'U't Vi i. 2
(). I'wxi't h.is i ct i,t ret i 1 1 mi Ni-w Vrk vvprif lu- .t
iU tit t "in wreks M'lci tun' niir iu:v f.ti! ijocmIs.
MANY NKW ARH1VALS. The new goods are . -n
in f.t.st anil our rlerk tire kept tin the jamp SlluWl?f(i I i h
Kvery rinpurtment ih receiviiiK new KotaJ but esj. ,i y
t tlni mi in the Heady tn woiir. whero we ure fthowinr
Litem things in NKtf MM l' AND SKIHTS
Appreeiiitiiig the fnct I h it many girl will soon be 't u '
.iw.i tn Mjho .l we ImJ our VorNU LADHCS- SUITS hh ppt d
first and are showing it very tmliby line.
(.Nime in ;iikI tn-p'rt thiwe nevv gmuls W'V. AV. TO SHOW
If , il I
KISS AND MAKE UP
AGCD COUPLE AT CHICKASHA OE
CLARE THEIR LOVE DE
Chlckasha. Okla . Aug. 22.l.ovlug-
ly embracing each other lu fioiit ol
the Judge's bench and with kisses that
could be heard over the entire court
room, tin aged couple iihiiIo up Ihli
uinruliw and left the court with arms
entwined Instead of going out armed
with a decree of divorce. Judge Rus
sell acted us the matrimonial adjuster.
1-1 D. lltitcher, aged "S. wa lu
court asking a dlvoice ftoin hi wire
who I r.r. year young. The couple;
were married over two years ago.
but on account of domestic Infelicity
they concluded to have the marriage
contract set aside. Judge llussell af
ter bearing the evidence declared
that bolh parties seemed to love each
other as well as they ever did nnu
that It wa not the purKso of the
court io siMKirnio man nnu wne u
it was Haslble for them to become
' I love hur as well lis I over did."
declaied the mam nml the woman
replied that It would give her more
than words could tell to ho separa'cd
fii tn her husband.
"Then kiss and make tip," md'-rctl.
t'lc luiiti .ii.il tin- advice was Inline-
dlai. h ,ieci ,ie, ..ml teais dime to I County Attorney Attempts to Realiie
tin- evi-s ortnanv or the attornevs and , 0n Forfeited Bonds,
c.inrt a't.icb. il.at were In the room. Th" """,v '"""'', f"co got
liusv yesterday and tiled s- veil suits
linilTHIUP UITC nil TALIUO -llet-i niiiotiiit on rirrt.-IUit bumlti,
LIunlNlriU HI 10 UIL IANIOlHach suit Is brought for the coli c
LOSS OF $100,000 EIGHTY-TWO
THOUSAND BARRELS OF OIL
Maptilpa, Okla.. Aug. 22. Lightning
last night caused leu destructive Mr s
in the oil field near this city. The
fires ragod all night, and &2.0QQ bar
rels of oil were desltoya.l. Among
tho losses 'Wt-ro these.
Indiana Oil .V Has oouiKiuy. t ur
t.iiito-bnrrcl tanks, liulf l'lte l.itie
conpuny, two l,('i()i)-h rtel tnnka: th
Itnrnes company, two LOno-lmrri'l
tanks; the St. I.ouls Oil eoiiipniiv.
four l.t'iOO-lwrrel tunks; the (iulf and
Si. l.Olll coinpitii.y, otie fi3.0UO-b,u ie!
In nk; the Crosbv company, four 1 '""
lmrrl tnnka. The loss will even!
Fanner Reporter Killed.
Stillwater. Okla.. Aug.. 21. Os.n
M. Wngnei, an Oklahoma nwpiiiei
man, who has been rvlng In the
regular army In Cuba for three yours
past, was killed at Fortress Monroe.
V several days ago according to
dlsiwtches recelvxl by his father.
William Wfcmier, a farmer living ueui
Ingall He was coming home on a
furlough and had written his Hani" e
Miss Celeste Wis-, that he was bring
lug JllOU with htm. It Is believed, that
he was murdered for the nionev as
li. valuable- of anv kind wer.- found
on hi. 'md Wag'ur wori.ci on a
tijiiie new .1.1,1! r f" " w v irs
PROMINENT TENNESSEE MEN
MET AT RAILWAY STATION.
RESULT OF OLD FEUD
One of Duelists Shot Five Times and
the Other Wounded in Abdomen
Shoulder and Breast One
Dead, Other Dying.
Cumberland (itip, Tenn., Aug 22
(leorgo llritton and Frank Davis,
prominent, men of this section, met in
a pistol duel at the railway station
i , .Smvvee. two tulles east of hero
, iirlit.n. wan lmt flvu umim tb
filth hiillel penetrating his heart
D.ivls received wounds In tho ab
domen, breast and shoulder and I
not oxpocted to live.
The fight was the rcsul: of nn old
SEVEN SUITS FILED.
Hon of the same amount $,i00 and
the iloti ndaiits named :re J H Allen,
' J. II. Ilyrd. T. J. Wnlker lu one suit
lu the second suit the defendants ure
I. Jackson, It. T. hnttrell James
.Murray and 1. Ii. Ward lu Un t'lrd
suit the defuldunts are It F Mclvlu
le. ami .1. F. Sinlt.i. In th- four'li
suit Itlch Ford and Wm. lr'on a o
the defendants. In the llf li sul' John
Franks, John Wilson. William Hoi
I Abrama are natm-d n't de
fitniliiuts In tie- sixth suit W I Hen
dricks and A. J. Davis are tin defend
ants and In the seventh cnunv M I),
Hardin, Cha. Hare and Ilitirv Wm
an are the defendant.
Itev. H. II Smith has reiini nj r otn
111- v.ie.itliit. mill will llnl. I S'i-vUi a'
St Plnlli.is church loniotrow
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Good Things to Eat
Htt'l. pork, veal spare ribs
and sausage, dressed chick
ens, t ured hams and breik
fact bacon, pure home ren
dered lard, butter, ess
and (resh celery, melons on
ice at the
COLD STORAGE MARKET
JESSE JAMES, Manager