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u Volume ix. :aivs,rB-; ARDMORE, IND. TER., TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 28, 1902. S5 A YEAR. . NUMBER 802 S STRIKE COMMISSION p-LINQ PRELIMINARIES AND JTTING READY FOR BUSINESS. Mitchell Will Press for a General jqulry, Which Operators Will NScek to Restrict Miners Re- turning to Work. I JflihlnBton, Oct. 17. Member of Vmnthracltn coal strike commleelon I jhopeful tbut they will be able to plote the preliminaries at tbolr iiK this iiftornoon. Ab far as the fntors and minors have expressed Jiselves, tboy bavo Indicated ti will jess to subordinate their deslros I lie matter of time and place of the I ring to tho wishen of the commie ' t. It Is tho gonoral understanding I practically all of the meetings for taking of testimony will be hold 10 anthracite regions nnd It Is be Ictl that tho commission will bo l to got to work during tho present Ir. Mitchell, who reachod Washing poorly today, accompanied by DIs Iu President Fahoy, will press for lry gonoral Inquiry, while It Is un- tetood that tho operators will scok axostrlct tho Inquiry. ,-J Miners Returning to Work. Vilkosbarrc, l'a., Oct. 27. There xmore mines In operation In tho an aclto rogion today than at any tlmo 3e tho strlko bogan. Tho Lehigh Ions runtlnuo to be tho barren spot. Eg employes of Pardeo & Co. and Co Dros & Co. aro still Idle. Ninety j per cent of tho mines In tho Wyo UK and Lackawana region nro now Iteration and there Is a largo in iaso In tho output today. In somo "Tho mines there are stilt many dim- Itlos to bo overcome. I I WHOLESALE POISONING. ninst an American In London. t Death of His Supposed Wife. London, Oct .27. Gcorgo Chapman, jo camo from Amorlca In 1893, and o Is now landlord of a Southwark rjoon. was nrralgncd today charged with having poisoned a young woman who lived with him ns his wife. It transpired that this was the third woman who had died within five years In houses owened by the prison er nnd It Is said the affair may de velop In a mannor Blmllar to that of tho colobratcd Nolll (Cream) poison Ing case In 1882. Thomas Kelll, alls Cream, M. D., was convicted of murder, by strych nine, of an unfortunate woman and xoeuted. He was acctiBod of the murdor of three other women. 'S PARTY OF HUNTERS KILLED. Met Horrible Death While Asleep on the Railroad Track. The Guthrlo Leader hs the follow ing: D. II. Wynne, county clerk of Cleve land county, who came to Guthrie this morning from Norman .reports the finding of three dead bodies two young men and a young boy on th Santa Fe track three miles below No ble. The boy's head hnd been sever ed from the body and the bodies of the two men were cut In twain. The names of the dead were not known, but It Is believed they belonged In the neighborhood. With the bodies were found guns and a bottle of whisky and the theory was expressed that the party had been out hunting and that. ovorcomo by liquor, they had lain clown on the railroad track nnd wore run ovor by a train. The Dead Identified. Oklnhoma City, Ok., Oct. 27. Joe Itogol, Dan Carnahan and Hugh Mor row, 13-yoar-old newsboys of Okla homa City, wore killed on tho Santa Fo two miles south of Noblo at -1 o'clock this morning. Tho boys had started hunting, got off tho train nt Noblo and started to walk down the track toward tho rlvor. Tho remains wore found by section hands this morning, scattered for many rods along tho track. It Is supposed tho boys went to sleep on the track. Tholr parents Hvo In Oklahoma City. Yalo's Faco Enamel, Magical Secret Hair Tonic, Hair curling tflutd, Skin Food, Special Lotion and many other toilet articles can bo found at Mrs, McLaughlin's MIHlnory Store. MRS. MARY L. CARTER, 17-lm. Agont. IF. ANDERSON, ' President. B. F. FREHSLEY, Ylce President. C. L. AHDER30H, Cashier. S. H. TORBEIT, "Aut. Ctibr, Tit CT MATMMAI DAUB v a an rh n bhd nwi a a trii tu km h Ardmore. Indian Territory. fslgnated Depository for Bankruptcy Funds m Chickasaw Nation. Capital paid in $ 60,000.00 Surplus and Profits J40.000.00 Total $200,000.00 Tho oldest bank in Indian Torrltory. Accounts of flrma and Individuals solicited upon tho moat liberal terms consistent with Kood banking. ENGLAND AND GERMANY AGREE ON DIVISION OF AFRICA. Britain Gets Lorenzo Marquez Which Makes Her Hold on the BOer Ceuntry SJcuro Germans Gain Territory Also, The 1 Issue, Oct. 8T. Oennsny ami rfinglnnd hnvo agreed on the dlTlttlon of Southeast Africa, accenting to a high diplomatic authority, who 1ms furnished the following version of the fact to our correspondent. "Germany gets the territory from the Zambesi north to the border of Its own colony. 'England gem everything south of tho Zambesi, Including Lourenco Mar que. Delagoa Ray and Helm, which will then be the most northerly point In British Southeast Africa. Portu gese sovereignty will be superseded, but whethor Germany and England will buy the rogion or simply ostnb llsh n control similar to tho Anglo Egyptian arrangement Is uncertain. "Tho purchaso plan Is regarded as tho most likely to be carried out. "Tho acquisition of I'ortugoso ter ritory was determined more than throo years ago In a treaty botween Gormany nnd Great Urltaln, which contained n secret clause to the effect above described. "Tho facts were withheld at first because Great Urltaln desired tho I'ortugeso torrltory to bo free from war oporatlons on tho part of the Uoors nnd latterly because Gormany Is anxious that an amicable feeling toward England should develop In tho fatherland before tho peoplo aro In formed that whatever hope Gormany may have had of acquiring Lorenzo Marquez has been given up. It is be Moved the Hrltlnh government will bo gin oxtonslvo harbor .improvements at Lorenzo M&rquoz ns soon ns its sov ereignty has been avowed." Tho now torrltory is a vory valua ble addition to King Edward's South African possessions. em and cotl It will be headquar ters of Miss r.utild'x manual training school. On I he lower floor there will bo a gymnasium for young people. The second floor will be devoted to n cooking school. Miss Gould bns ar ranged to hire expert cooks, who will tench the poor girls who live near Lyudhurst flee of charge. On Satur day lsst MlSh Gould entertained the mothers of JOO girls who belong to her T,,e clos pf the Blaoeet Meetlnrj of INCREASE IN METHODIST MEM- DERSHIP IN INDIAN TERRITORY. sewing class at her mansion with n supper. Special artists furnished mu sic, nnd artoh one was presented with a large ke bearing the wotrds "Mothers' Meeting." Its Kind Bver Held The Appoint ments for the Ardmore Dis trict In Full. DESERVED HANGING. A Brutal Father Narrowly Escaped Lynching far Cruelty to Child. Muskogee, I. T., . Oct. 17. Seymour was tried In the States commissioner's court here this afternoon and fined $600 and sen tenced to lmprlronmeut for one year for cruel treatment of his 2-year-old child. The witnesses against Sey mour were his wife and child nnd the Muskogee, I. T. .Oct. 27. The an nual session of the Indian mission con ference of the Methuillst Episcopal Church. South, embracing the Indian -Moses nnd Oklnhoma Territories, In session United here, closed tonlehL It was tho big gest meeting of Us kind ever held here. The records of tho conference show that there were 10,000 members of this eeiiferenre when the civil war broke out nnd when It closed there were details aro horrible. The woman onIy 2Bm, n embers, the prenrhers MISS GOULD'S NEW CHARITY. swore tbnt the father returned home one night nnd the child asked him for a drink. He got up and forced the little one to swallow a gallon of wa- having been practically driven from the Terrltorv. Now there nro 00.000 members. 180 pastoral charges ,130 parsonages, 1 15 ministers, 260 ter from the effects of which she came church buildings nnd 1 educational In near dying, Ho nlso stood her up before a hot flro and made hor stand until she was nearly roasted. Her body Is black from bruises. Soymour works on the railroad Kradenorthoast of this city and when his treatment of tho child be came known a mob threatened swift stltutions, vnlued at $260,000. Ninety llvo thousand dollars was cxpondod by tho conference last year. The appolntmontB for tho Ardmore district nro as follows: . M. Avorytt, presiding cldor; Ardmoro Urondway, W. K. Dunkol; Ardmoro Carter Avonito, W. A. Shel- 1 t. . . . . ... I jUBi.uo u.m ne was locKeti up in jail ton; Marietta station, C. M. Coppcdge; at Kort Gibson to prevent vlolenco Madlll station, A. It. Wators; Cumbor- linBieneu tlionco to this land rlrrnll .1 I. flneo: Onklnnil e!r. nnd place by a deputy marshal and placed in tho United Stntos prison. ENGINE EXPLOSION. cult, J. I). Hogcrs; Mannsvlllo circuit, W. J. Itmu: llorwyn circuit, W. U. Moon; Springer circuit, V. D. Sauls; Thackervlllo and Mohotn, 13. L. Till man; Lone drove circuit. C. W. Clay; Dixie circuit, V. It .llrock; Leon and Ilurneyvllle, V. D. Stout; Lebanon circuit, to bo supplied; Grady circuit, J. A. Askew, supply; Marietta Mis sion, to be supplied; Overbrook cir cuit, J, A. Grimes, supply; Washltn, U I). Colbort, supply (ono to bo sup plied; Hargrove College T. 0. AVhlt ten; financial agent Hargrove College, A .C. Pickens: Western Christian Ad vocate, W. S. Derrick and 1. It. Bnglebarger. CHOICE LOTS . . Seven cLoico dwelling lots in eouthwost port of city. If you wnnt a fine location for a homo, investigate those. $7S0 will buy a 5-room dwelling, good cornor lot, well, barn nnd storm house, cornor Seventh ave nue and C stroet, N. V. $15 monthly installments will buy n neat -l-room cottage, corner lot, good improvements. lias routed for" past 3 years for $10 a month. The Redfield Agency Established 1893 Ardmon, I.T.' A. E. ROGERS All kinds of Territorial Drinks. .. Short Orders 404 Uasl Main St., Ardmoro. Foley's Honey and Tar (or clilldrcn,safc,surc. No opiates. Engineer and Fireman Were Blown Through Cab Window . UKiaiiomn City, Ok., Oct. 27. A freight englno of tho Frisco railway exploded this morning. lCnglneer rat ion nnu ."irnmnn Alonnghan were blown through the cab window. Mon- nghan, though badly hurt, will recovor. Tho hoad hrakoman was blown from a ox car. Tue tragmonts struck a brick houBO r. mllo nway .doing con- sldarnhlo damage A. DIVENS, President H. A. PALMER, Cashier. DON LACY, Vice-President. W. A. WOLVERTON, Asst. Cashier. THE C 1TY NATIONAL BANK AFREJlVIOreJH:. I. Tl Capital and Surplus $100,000.00, To Build a Club House for Her Poor Neighbors. Tarrytown, N .Y., Oct. 27. Work will bo stnrted tomorrow on a club .louse which Miss Helen Mlllor Gould will build on Sheldon avenuo for tho benet of tho poor people nnd neigh bors of Trvlngton and Tarrytown. The club houso, which will bo two stories In height, will bo locntod not fnr from Lyndhurst, tho country mansion of .Miss Gould, nnd will cost nbout $0r.O0. Tho stylo of architecture will bo col onial and the furnishings will bo mod- SInco you must havo n stove, why rot havo tho best? That's tho Duck stove, sold by NOULU DltOS. Accounts of Arms and Individuals solicited. Accorded all alike. Courteous treatment ROBERTS, FOLAND & BRUCE INSURANCE. ftEAL ESTATE. BONDS. Jt Might be Worse You will realize that fact most forcibly when your accident happens, if you have been pru dent enough to carry accident insurance- Insurance won't set broken bones nor heal wounds, but it will pay dootor's bills and grocer's bills while you are laid up. Better seo us about it soon. W. S. WOLVERTON & SON m L. D. MASON, DEALER. IN New and Second Hand Furniture and Ste. Goods Bought, Sold, Rented and Exchanged I North Washington Street, Ardmore, I. T. f J)R. J.G. ABERNETHY Dentist Over T. N. Gota's Drag Store. When the brain seoms weak nnd weary, And life itself is dark and dreary; When all other friends have lied, Try sleeping on one of C. It. JONES' -FOLDING BEDS. In fairy land you'll seom to wander, 'Mid Elysian dreams you'll ponder, Wondering much what realm is this, What fairy land of perfect bliss. usePLANSIFTER HIGSi PATENT FLOUR It is the Best WHALEY MILL & ELEVATOR CO. The First National BAnk of Marietta, I. T. Established, ! 8:9 6 Offers to depositors every facility which their balances, basis and responsibility warrant. Set thai Fine Folding Bed In His Show Window. When morning with its rosy light, Folds back the dusky shades of night, You'll shower blessings while you can On C. It. JONES, the FURNITURE MAN, Directors Judge Overton Love Geo. M. D. Holford Jas. A. Whitu E. F. Graham H. A. Kirkpatrick Holmes Willis Jas. N. Kirkpatricm" W. S. Derrickj J. G. Butler - Security for Depositor, Borrower and Bank Our Motto t IIAIHl 'Ardmore, I. T, Stoch ami Additional liiily . . . . $200,000.(1 Largest ol any Bank In the Chickasaw Nation. EVERYBODY READS WHEN MONEY TALKS DRS. ENLOE & FANN, Dental Parlors. For 30 Daya wo will mako the following Koductlons and Prices: Oolil Crowns MK 3 M ' CJolil Pllllntrs, upward (rom tt 00 urmgo worK, nor loom 3 do Amaik'um i nline m Porcelain Crowns 3 SO 1 Cement Fllllnca fio Itlchmonil Orownir 4 00 Teth Hxtractoil Wltbout Pain M ArtMulal Tooth, periot 7M, Nothing but ilrat class matoriil uaod in nil work. 12 yoare' ozperlonoe 1 yearn in Ardmoro, and boro to stay. All work Ruarantood. Thoso prices nn .1 . ' , . .a i .... l i - m... 4 r iur ou uays oiuy, bo comu oauy. uuivu, upuiuiro iu uruco uiut,'. uvur a u. Young's Furnlturo Storo, opposito Postonlco. ENLOE & FANN, Dentists. VyE nccoptsmnllandlargoaccountsand conduct a General Banking Business for You. Fanners, stockmen and other business men make onr olllce their headquarters when in Ardmoro. OUR bank is a public institution and we advance tho best interests of the people anu give their business our personal attention nnd extend to them every facility consistent with safety to bank and cus' tomer. Directors. 0. It. Smith, President. C. M. Campbell, Vico-Pres. Lee OKCCE.'Oashier.-' G. W. Younq, Stockman J, 0. Thompson. Attorney, 0. R. Jones, Wholesale and Retail Furniture. Sam Nohlk, Wholesale Hardware J. R. Penninoton, Grocer. R. W. Randol, Merchant. NONE BETTER RIVAL FLOUR EVERY SACK A GOOD ONE WHITEMAN BROTHERS, Wholesale Distributors, ARDMORB, INDIAN TERRITORY,