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Ardmopo, Thursday, Fsbruary 18, 1909
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
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PERTINENT QUESTIONS ARISE
ON FRAMING NEW TARIFF BILl
iiMiniii'i'ii Kill is How can
.ii'V mfiniitr of the Mnutc oi lio'iv,'
oti' iittlllKi'iiil on tin t.u Iff iUi r I
t on with thu liifonimiloii mow In pot-M-Hslon
of riH;ri'M?" Senator Cum
llllllf. of lown.
"If It takes n committee two weoks
to cotiHlilcr an appropriation hill !
riaily nrfpart'il anil nuMi'tl by th)
hoiiHo, wli(v Khoulil thu Hunato ln auk
imI to I'axH that hill In two honra'.'"
Sotmtor ha l'ollutto, of WUconsIn
Those two tiueatona hao purtl.i
intly placed beforo the country i.o
of the most rar reachlnn weakue'ies
of the present methods or legislation
by the national emigres. They lmv
opened up two of the greatest lasnis
that this cougreas has produced.
Within a few months the IS:1 nn-m
hers of congress will bo (vompollcd to
vot en n new tariff bill. Sen.it )r
Cummins' plain alatomeut of the
fact that coniiresa. a a whole, 1ms
no information about the subject, tint
tluy must vote blindly upon Hie
liiotisniula of Item In the tariff ached
ules, places plainly before us the
r;iUnr startling fact that the tariff
bill when It Is completed, will bo tin
wotk of a 'lutudfiil of nun. and not
the work of con urea. The Pauo
'.u Iff l uca sure will bo drawn by Iho
nineteen inon composing tln wny.?
and lueHtia committee of the lio'ue.
Ml of the lienrliiKS on tariff sclicilules
have beiiv before this couunlttee. Tho
remaluliiK 372 memlK-ra of the hom.e
know practically nothlug of wlmt In-
iliviloped In, tho heatings of thbera and that the must Impoitaiu
toinmlitee. except what they read !n meustire ahull be considered and
'k tuinted reprts. And or the ooiifi imased strictly on a committee plan
nittce of nineteen there are twelve
i iiillcana. They will prepare tho
bill Ignoring the democratic nwuibers.
S, when U.e tariff bill Is proaeuted
i the house, It will 1m the result of navy carrying f 13ti.OUO.tiOO at an
nf urination secured by twelve tnt, hour's notice. This called forth the
t'.e incisure being framed upon the'rj l.arolleiie question. It marks the
bi-t Judgment, and some of the lgiiiiirrm of an lnaiirgtwt struggle in
ivt u, dissenting in important details, the senate that will be Tnr reaching.
In other word thf tariff law which It was the first overt actor tho pre-
i .if feet every man. woman mil ! erit orggnUoU movement among weal
'.'M In the United States for a p'li-jern senators t wrest a pari of the
cl f --neral years will "be written by; control of the aenate from the small
' '..uiie number of men who usu.i'.'.y group which has dictated so long. It
on a Jury. Of courm tho bill wUl , propose to ojmh up debate so that
open to debate In the house, but 'the country may know Just how Ita
w i mi-inhcr. or group of membeis nf fatiK are being conducted,
i . m n'i.ilh ch.uijr.' ii whi-n .1! To wh.it lAtent the iusiirgetit sella
.'t 1 1 ir n r ..ill' ') - '"is nt. nd lo go at this time Is not
'1 Till l"'i ti-1 li t'l l,i. wii mi Tlii ibemselM-H have
rJ(L "MTfc' I RkI Tvcry woman covets a slmpc-
iibdiii r s 1
Mother s Fi kmiiI
Yo' !'; t'. - ,
Motr.er's I r'nH
c I I
tin :i',n : .
ull tell of l!i.- K-tietit .ual
TlIilI vienved from tlie use
of this remedy. S'
Jlank ranlliil fnvtnan i'i ii tant mtli r.
IJ1E BU ADHKI.I) KI OULATOK CO.
, 1:. 1 .1 1 pu 1 r -i 1
. . 1' J. i i't tli'ik 1
mid we tun
WM.RIM'. nV li- Im.r linl trrall almwera
n imti nml si-nsliinr an- In vr,riatiiifi. Il
i,s n u hi . llic rr,lt, inniHiM nml
mirndilirm llirm. In ruln'aralint!. at miniating nJ
iilr inclm inn profM-m-n rmi! lh- liair In tw
nlnimlrmllv lH, Mrond anil lirmtifiil. Il "I
mire impart n .pnrklmg brilliancy nml cl
rty anllm-an to llw hair, an I a Irw vvrrlia
iiv will rauac wk liair lo mI irll over I lie
rlp I'ae it evr &r Inr alaul Hnv,
nlirr which twn r Inrw limra h wri-k will
l,r m.fTii irtil to cumpU-la wtmlctrr (mwlli
A Uily lti l Pi writ, hi lt,lM
Whrn I tvmm win:- t'ni1"-"i ti
-nil.) n-.t i inn I tn l 'iilJtfTf i-i i
li I. an , brio my liin '
Another liitM Nw,k, N. J.
' I ban- liri'ti ti .In ii.ili r'l r rivr
m in t.i it -i fctirii il i.i ii ti : t, tit ii'
I,, ii'ii , I. .. i:
ai.l ill. i k Iim r hii .if no i ui ni i -i
NOW nt nil clriiRiiiitts in three
slxo 25c, 50c ami $1.00
Dantlorlne rnnvi a Rrrairr an!.- llian
am nil ri (inr irrnnai'i n n pariMrMi i-f kind
ir Liiiiiil. anil it liai. a nr i !i giriilri aal'-lltar
all i.l tin- t.'.lirr hair (irrigation.. 1:1 dir.
vm ilil rninhinril
w Imw linn Li bMitr.r
will HMnt n latkir .ni-
1 J '. ( if I n i. 'il
i r ll mini t i tilinl:r who
i i,'l tin tier iuii',1 i. tn tin
KNOViLTCi Oi'iSOtaiNt C- . CHICAGO, ILL,
'I'll "' i
twelve iiicii. who arc tint-, armed 'n
(Iim :nt tiic weak attacks tniidc b
members with limited luforniatloii?
When the bill pusses tho house It
will go to the senate where It passi s
into the hands of u committee of
twelve, seven of whom are republi
cans These auveii will report the bill
out or committee with some of "te
seven dissenting on important ilelaiK
Tills committed may or may inot h-tvu
additional hearings onv the taritt
xcliedulen aa it sees fit. Hut tho inn-
of luforiuntloiv has already been 'aia
ered by the wa)K and means commit
It is this situation that caused Sen
ator Cummins to ask the pertinent
iiuestloiu It Is out) that is likely hi
cause the people to ponder to wnat
extent this is really a repiesentatlie
government. It certainly Is a strll-'nn
nit'timciit for the progressive 1 lea
that cmigrest needs more general anil
systematic plana of gathering Itit-ir
ination about proposed leglslat'ou
than it Is possible to acquire through
(oiuuilite heurlngs. It was put iy
.Senator CiiininliiH In bis desire t'
have I he govcrmuciit bureaus furnish
to congress in coueretv form all In
formation these bureaus 'have on the
The iiiestlou by Senator l.ul'olli'tte
strikes at the same end, but It has a
more far teaching sigulflcHiice. It It
the beginning of a gretit fight to re
vise the rules of the senate so that
the work of that body will be more
equally distributed among tin? mum-
without the senate member having
a chance to know what Is going im
Senator Hale was asking the somite
to pass an appropriation bill for the
vit piurc tin- inss 01 men v-
isii turms alter inarrtaKt-'-I
lu hcariiiK of kiiiUlrcn is
I'tk i ik-sirtuiiv c ti) the
! il tins l.ui ,iuu!l-vJ Iw the use of
i . l"iuls. .1- i!i 1 I" 1MH.111 prepares (lie
Mti'tKt' i t nor torin.
i'i k aiivl carrtLS her
(iiilliii-, Ok it . I'i Ii 17 Tin- il- ' '
Ion of the Oklahoma glalnturc to r-
inlri himRlng I hp official hhwIm of
Inflk-thiR th ilMith penalty In Okla-
homa ttirnlnit tlown pntHMiltlntia lo
atilwtliiito I'leetrorntlnn for It anil
lo HlM)llah iln ilwtth jwiinliy ntlrt-'v.
aifalfl H attpntkm U th- fact tli.it
tlipro liiivf 1hmh vtry few 3i(tiKtiMH
In Okhihonm at any rain In the w '.-i'i-k
1 1 I f or tiie atato, althoiiRti It han
lit-i-ii tlM If mil pmilnlitiiHnt for capital
Crimea alnctt Oklahomn territory wtm
orfcaiilittl In 1SSU.
Hut one ini was ever legally Iiiwk-
eil In the territory of Oklahoma. That
waa a iipktd traiireil .MIlllRNtt Immtetl
In l!ino at Oklalitinm City. There
w-re nSi but ftHtr lynching iliirlun
the clRhteeii ytwra of territorial ov-
irumet, wnl for on of thein aoveral
OklnhomHiia are atlll aervln; lime In
the federal iirlaon at lenveirworth,
Kaliaait. There have lieen thne lenul
exerutlona nittl one lynihhi alce
On th Imllan Territory altle of Hih
atate there were iniiiiBroiia himalngH
after the Tnlteil Statea t-oiirta went
.-.Kii-i,..i w. i.ii. ,wi -mi'w
- n....,r..-t rta ..,....,.,
i i -i ...
itlellmi over Indbiii Territory, llinnv
Indian Terrllory crlu.l.iala met their
death tin the wilNiwa at I'ort Smith.
sentenced to death by .Indue I. C.
I'aikt-r famoim aa a "hatiRlnx Jita
tice." (ieoi'Ke Milbloini. th' liatlKiniitl
at. I'ort Smith, diirlnn moat of r.ir-
kt-r'H reKlme, aaya that he handed
cluhl.i seven men, the xreat majority
( f tlii-tu from Iwllnn Terrllory.
Three Oklahoma crlmliaila were a",
so haiiKed at Wichita, Kiiiiwih. durlnic
Hie period when the court there had
jurisdiction ovoi- Oklahoma Territory.
Two of thetn, luiir-breed Creek Indi
an, named Tohler. were 'haiiKed by
C'lliiflini IlilU'fll'il fimi' ill.tllltV lllllll'llllt
. ,.,.ll..,..m- f,- Okb.bon.,.. ..ml
(iisirgo 1'. Sharrltt, clerk or the Umli-
ed States circuit court at Topekn,
Kan., officiated at the third.
The three men hanged since state
hood were l-'rank l-'ord, a negro, ex
ecuted at I'rederlck for the murder
of his wire, John Hopkins, a white
man, who killed his sweothonrt. Lena
Craig, near IMaml; Will Johnson
negro, twice convicted of the lirn'al
murder or Mrs. Mary Cuppy, an aged
while woman, at Shawnee. The one
lymchlug was that or James Carilcu.
a negro who killed Albert lililes. a
while llveryiuaa at Ilenryetta, In De
The most minoita lynching or terrl
toiial days In Oklahomn was that ot
two Seminole Indians, who brutally
murdered a young white woman just
across the Oklahoma line hi I'otta
watomle county In ISO". lealtig 1-er
bisly to be devoured by the hogs, and
her little children to die of starvation
rtie lotidcis or the mob made 110
secret or their Identity, and 'When
they were prosecuted by the federal
authorities several of them were sent
lo prison for varyhig terms. One of
the nuiiHlier. Monte Milliard, was met
by a brass band when 'he returned tn
his home 111 Maud after completing
William Campbell, a negro, was
iMiclied at l'ond Creek In U02 for
the murder or Deputy Sheriir fleorge
Smith. The leaders or tlie mob were
never npprehiinled A negro named
Morris wis lynched at Watonga about
ten years ago lor assaulting a white
woman. It afterward developed that
he was not the right man.
i'lu 'list lynching In Oklahoma Ter
rliory and one which atnacied espiv
lal attiHvtlou, was that of l-Va-nk lkill
t.v. a rregro, who shot Frank Kelley,
a Knty brnkenuin. aTter he 4iml Inen
put off a train at Osage .lunclon. II
was thought at the time that Kelley
was fatally wounded, but he recover
ed. Mike White. Shorty fireen and
Frank Williams, nil railroad iiHm.
not fully iletermliuil. They have li
In their itnwer to block appropriation
bills. Senator U Kollettus aucjess
in holding up the naval Rpproprlutlon
bill has nu ominous look to the oblc
members wo control, beeaiiae of the
inaiHier In which the Insurgents
gut bered 10 his sitpH)rt.
C 11. Kluger. the Jeweler. 1000 Vir
ginia avenue. Indianapolis, 1ml. ,
writes: -I was so wonk from kidney
trouble that I eouM hardly wtilk a
hundred feet. Four bottles of Foley's
Kidney Hemeily cleared my complex
ion, cured my imekarhe nnd thu ir
regularities disappeared, and I can
now attend to business every day
and recommend Foley's Kidney Heme
1 to all sufferers, as It cured me nf
ir the doctors and other remedies
ad failed " Sold by nil druggists.
rVE CAN DO YOUR GAS FITTING
Don't wait until It gets cold again
Phono 60. Aramore supply Co
LITTLE TO DO
win- nin-ateil a ih-Iiik the li-ntlc-ra of
the imb antl proHi-rutetl In thu Unltud
SUitea court, but thoy woro all no
ipittted. Two lynchlnK" occurred In the Indi
an Territory Hide diirltiK thu mtnimor
of lfio". Jimt before the coiiiiinimntlon
of atiit(ihoji1, tne at Storri't, near
Dnrujit. where ii m'Bro chargetl with
HManultltif; a white woman' jiiHt iktosh
the Hod river In Texan, AVaa BtruiiK
to the limb of a tree, and thu other at
AVmiwck, where a iiefiro who had eon
feaacil attnckliiR a ytiiuiK white nlrl.
waa burned nt the atuke. .lamea Hud
aon. ,lrhn WllllnniKim, Dock Hatch
cock and Htiymoiir Hale WPte arroHted
for the Sterret lyiH-hliiK but all went
A number of men were Keiittmcod
to haiiK In Oklahomn. tint all except
Mllllann iwkM through roininutii
tltuia fnim the povenror or the TeHl
ilent or by ohtnluliiK new triala from
the court. One of the moxt famous
eaaea of the aort waa that of Tom
QimetwiiK entenced to ham? for the
murder of IiIh wife In Oklahoma City
ka l'.iOO. whose neulence wa (-ommiit
I" " linprlaoninent by (lovernor
. . . , , i
I.. .i.Hp ,if ll.n. Mirreeiiii.ii! tliev did
I'''. " ' " IM'111 ' ",Bl r
hikI succeiKleil In securing a further
commutation of his sentence to fif
teen yeara" Imprisonment.
It. A. Wright, convicted of the mur
der of William Slattery In the Wichi
ta mountains, stood under the sha
dow or the gallows for over three
years, but finally secured a new trial
and got off with life Imprisonment,
wren his case again came up for trial
only a few months ago. .Inmea llruni
mitt ami (leorge llnrcluy, alleged
ho se thieves, convicted of the murder
of .1. I. I'oole, mi Osage nation rainier
and a member or the Antl-llorrtethluf
assocmu.-oii. w ere wivc.i .... u.e
. , , I ,
Iowa Iiv I'reslilent llooseveu, wno
conunutiil their sentence to life 1m
A gallows was o-ice erected at the
fedeinl Jail In tills city for John
liiilipn, 'w'ho killed a KIckniMio travel
ing companion and robbed him or hl.4
team, money and clothing, but Phil
lips took sick with typhoid fever ami
died on Hie day when he was to have
Yates Center, Kan., Sept. IS, 190S.
After my doctors gave nie up to dlo
Hall's Texas Wonder cured mo of
kidney and blndd-r trouble. It Is thO'm'fHro ,h" wmmilttees In the senate
best medicine on earth. Mi. II.
Johnson. Sold by all druggists. DWi"1"11' Sn"'' "'mges were made
NEW ANTI-TRUST BILL.
Senator Russell Offers Measure Af
fecting Business Practices,
(iuthrle. Okla., Keb. l!. I'pou re
quest of an attorney lhlng In iiistenn
Oklahoma, Senator Itussell has offer
ed a tiw anti-trust hill, proposing a
law, the author says with all the !oom
holes soMereil up. The tllie reads:
"An act In regard to unfairness In
bushi"1 " It prevents any one milk
ing two prices on anything other Until
real estate offered for sale anil re-
M,llr,w ii rlnrt In Okliihoinii In lie '
quire tin price in Oklahoma to be,
the same as In any other part of the
wo) Id, considering the cost of trans
portation, deterioration and handling,
all to be compatible with the nnti
dlscriiniimtloii cIiiuhw or the slate
constitution. It proposes that If a
concern Is selling a farm machine In
Africa for $100 the price In Oklahoma
shall he no greater, and taking Into
consideration the cost or tmiiaKirle
tion. should ho linn In Oklahoma. The
one price shall apply to everybody
and upon the same terms. Iiowvver,
sale to irresponsible persons on
credit Is not rorced.
The proposed law contains this lan
guage: "h construing this act the
courts ahnll at all times Minstnio It
as to render it constitutional, and to
carry out Its intent and purposes, and
shall disregard 'any plan, devise, or
scheme seeking to vlo'ate, evade or
nullify any of Its provisions, wheth
er by contract or otherwise."
Soldier Balks Death Plot.
It seemed to J. A. Gtono, a civil war
veteran, of Kemp, Tex., that a plot
existed between a desperate lung
trouble ami the grave to cause his
loath. "I contracted a stubborn cold'
he writes. "Hint developed a cough
that stuck to me. In splto of all rem
edies, for yer.rs. My weight ran down
to 1110 pounds. Then 1 began to uso
Dr. King's New Discovery, which re
stored my health completely. I now
weigh ITS pounds." For severe Colds
obstinate Coughs, Hemorrhages. As
thma nnd to prevent Pneumonia it"
unrivaled. .10c nml $100. Trinl bottle
rree. fiunrnntccd bv ArdmorL' Phar
Road Ardmorolte want ads.
ON INDIAN BILL
WILL REPORT MEASURE CON
TAINING LEGISLATION DESIRED
BY THE INDIANS.
PENITENTIARY LAND SURFACE
Bill for 2,000 Acres of Segregated
Land at McAlester Has Beisn Fa
vorably Reported McGuIre Seeks
to Delay Tribal Bills.
"niiiiiiK.on, Feb. is.A aiilhcont
inlltee composed or .SeimtoiH owl.n,
Curtla. HrniuloKee. I'a.vni,)r ,
eriaiu, nun been apimlnteil by the
lintiiit . .......... li . ...
..,.,. iwHiMin.ee on Indian affairs
to decide upon a flvo tribca bill
nioiiK tlie lines na Indlented In the
" introduced by Senator Ou-.m
Thlg subcommittee will report this
Keek. It Is -believed that the Hub-coin
ll.lil., Ml . - -
win report a bin that will
contain the legislation desired by
MM... l.m ...
sin- If ill 1 1 1 I n M 1 1 1 Tl H I 1m tilt w.iii
if imii iiiimiiuceil In the Kennte
I if llllll-ilutlriul ,.,.i.l a
" i""u atinaro to I tic
"iiue inr mo itentlnrv at Mr
Alester has been favoiably reported
out of the senate committee. The
same action has been taken relatlv
to Hon acres of mm I land it IJolning
til,, lease of the Savanna Coal com
puny, which this ceremony desires
to add to Its present lease.
Senator Owen secured the passage
or the house amendments to the Kir ,1
ns-t.or. bills, extending the pavnuntK
on the Itlg Pasture homesteads ami
the town lots t Ijiwioii These two
bills thus became law.
Dr. 'I-:. .V. Wright appeared before ,
tho senate committee and protested'
against the section of the five tribes'
bill which proposes the sale of the
coal and asphalt lands. He represents
the Choctaw council as a delegate
anil says he does not .Jeslre to see
the coal and asphnlt of the Choc
taws and Chlckasaws sold at this
Dr. Wright also objected lo the
clause which makes Invalid anv con
tracts which may have been made
by the Choctaw or Chickasaw na
tions with any person for the sale of
their tribal properties. Including the
coal lauds anil the surlus unallotted
The five tribes bill, ns It Is now
si""4' II01""' ls H"'i'"' from the orl
at the suggestion of the sec-eiary
of Interior, and otheis at the suggi s
lion of Oovernor McCurtain of the
Choctaw nation. As It now stands It
has the endorsement of the se retarv
of the Interior, the Indian chiefs and
all of Ui,. Oklahoma delegation ex-
eept Representative .McUulrc who Is
trying to kill tlie measure.
Foley's Honey and Tar clears the
air passages, stops tho irritation Iii
me inront, sonnies tno liitiamcit mem
branes, nml tho most ohstlnnto cough
dlsapis-nrs. Sore and inflamed lungs!
are healed and strengthened, nnd the
cold Is expelled from the system. Ho
t t.n . i.... i .i.. . i
1 .uij mil me m-mimi- m uiu ji-.iuw
pnckni;o- Sol(, ,,y ., druggists.
May Face Murder Charge.
Muskogee. Okla.. Feb 17. There Isi
a 'strung isisslblllty that Famous
Smith. Jr.. K. W. Smith and Andy
llurr or Webber's Falls, who shot
MUs Nettle Iteeves ami Jack How
tan 1 from ambush two weeks ago,
may be held on a charge or murder.
The girl Is In a critical condition
as the result or her wounds and
may die. The bond of the three men
Ins lieen Increased from $.100 to $2.
000 each. The three laid In wall foi
the couple and shot them from am
bush. It was claimed that Rowland
was the Intend) victim and thai
the shooting of Miss Reeves was ac
cidental. How's This?
Wo offer One Hundred Dollars He
ward for any case of Cntarrh tha
onn not bo cured by Halls' Catarrh
F. J. CHF.NUY & GO.. Toledo. O.
Wo. the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for thel list 13 years
and bellovo him perfectly honorable
in nil business transactions und "
nnnclnlty nblo to carry out nny ob
ligations made by his firm.
Wnldlng, Klnnan & Marvin,
Whoiesalo Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nnlly, nctlng directly upon tho blood
nnd mucous surfaces of tho system.
Testimonials sent free. Plcer 7.1 cent
per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Tako Hall's Family Tills for con
Ladies' or Gentlemen's
IhllHancy equals gi nulne detection baffles experts -fills every require
ment of the most exacting pleases tho most fastidious, nt only one thir
tieth tho cost of the rial dlaniomJ
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It is tho Standard Machine. On all cash purchases wo give
purchase tickets. When you have bought $25 00 worth of
household .'oods you get one of thete line machines abso
lutely free. Every family, school and business place should
have one of these presents.
Thinlc about it, you get it free with every $25.00 cas'.
purchase and get our goods cheaper, besides than any
other place in Ardmore. i
liomember wo buy, sell, rent, repair, exchange, puck,
store and ship all kinds of new and second-hand household
goods. Have no rents to pay at our big cheap store on
Caddo Street and Third Avenue.
C. P HALL
We are nlways leaders of low price. Phone 3110 or call, send word
or wire us. K.vorything to keep house with, cnnh or easy pnv
ments. Hcinember tho place, i here Is hut onu (.'. P. HALL lit
Ardmore anil tho only complete homo outfitter.
The People of Ardmore
Who have tried the famous BROMIDE WATER
are highly pleased with it.' The demand for this
wonderful water is growing every day,
E. M. Goff, Agent
W. P. Poland
Poland & Foster
Office Over First National Bank.
Telephone No. 48.
15 DAYS ONLY
Hcautlful, Hrlght, SpnrkHtiR, Fninoits
W. H. Foster
We Will Contract
To do nil j our nlunililnR work, from
muiidliiK a siinll lenk to Biipplylnj'
all the labor t.ml materials for thu
plmbliiK of nn entire building. Thoso
who have employed our sen-lets or
bought plumbliiK aupplies from us
are our best references. Thoir tes
timony will show that woe,ivo everv-
body tho squiirest of squnro deals, jj
Sain'l A. Wrrlt, Sucn-inr
S. WnshiiiKton St. Phono
9 W. Main St.