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)5. (BLUEST B3A2LY NEWSPAPER EN (INDIAN TEnRlTORY-ASSOSSATEa 1PHESG REPORTS. FARTHING BROS. THE TAILORS Dyeing, Cleaning Pressing Phone 543 LQ Plumbic WorK IPHONF. 383 )LUME XII. P'S.r-t ARDMOJIK, IND. TER., SUNDAY MORVINH, OCTOBER 15, 1905 SSSSCPJPTIOH 50G PER 10MIH NUMBER 240 9) iREAT TRAGIC ACTOR iRlHENRf IRVING PASSES OVER THE GREAT DIVIDE. JiilFame .n Shakesperlan Roles Env braced Two Continents Was Probably the Greatest Inter preter In His Day. at -Sir Henry Irving on Mm the honorary degree or doctor I f I.IWH. li.a appearances In the United States were always the occasion of an entlitt sln.ulc welcome there as ho was most pnpulnr w'th the American people. He I familiar to the people of tlio middle west, having appeared twice at Kan Kan City In company with Ellen Terry, with whom he, starred for many sen-sons. NEW ARBUCKLE RESORT. Turner Falls Destined to Become Fa- mous Waters of Honey Creek. Iavls. I. T.. Oct. 11. (Special.) Surveyors v ho aro surveying the line ftom hero to Turner Kails havo Just Bradford tonight. J completed h careful survey of Honey U!ondo;. Oct led! stid.U isly S3 death of the distinguished actor M reek and found that from whero the total! unexpected, lie una on-. mHlanc'c of (me ,0 a ont jageu in lour ui me ;rinuij, .iji- lejrliig nlhiy, and a few ilays ago (poise Lt a public meeting In advo cacy of th mow mtT.i for u municipal heat n MSIr Henr played as usual tonight rWliradroi-.l and returned from the jheatre to lib hotel where was seised (Villi tin attack of syncope, dying at fi3i o'clock. Sir Htnty IrvIiiK-. originally .John Henry Broiliibb, was born near Glas tonbury, E-.glnnd, February (1, 18HS. HEJ was for a time a clerk In l.on- jlop, but adopted the theatrical pro- Just below Turner Falls, there Is a fall or IDS feet. This fall does not Inrlude the 73 feet tlie water tumble over Turner Fnlls. It Is reported hero .'ilay that a syndicate will soon be k!i the erection of an Immense dam on Honey Creek and will use electric power to run cars and light the city of Davis. "Engineers claim six hun dred horse power can be generated at that point. Honey Creek Is supplied from an Immense spring about one mile above Turner Fulls, and the oldest lnhabl ants say Mils spring never varies In fcsfelon. his first appearance being at volume. At the present time the luhdcrlaud In 185R. Hu appeared for Iho first time In Iondon at the Prln Sis theatte In lSoI), after which no fvent to .Manchester, whore ho remain ItjlJ for five or six years, but returned eff Umdon, In 18CC, where his first marked success was as "Dlgby Grant" hi Alberry'h "Two Hoses" In 1S70, Which was followed by the powerful Impersonation, "Mnthlns" In "The Dells."' Hli next noteworthy parts were Charles I, Eugene Aram and Richelieu In the plays so named. 9 1847 nt the Lyceum theatre he sustained the part of Hamlet so suc cessfully as to raise himself to the first place among English actors. His chief Shakcspcnrean parts wore Mac b'eth, Othclla. Shylock, and Richard III. Of his moro recent roles may b"e cited Meckel in Tennyson's play of that nnme in 1SI)3; King Arthur in a play of that nnme in 1S05: Napo Soon In Mr-dame San Gone In 1807 Robespierre, In a play of that name In 1S99, specially written for him by Sardnu, and the title role in uante In 1903. I He was knighted irt 1895. and In OSflS Cambildgc University conferred spring furnishes this supply of poW' cr, and will probably never bo rcduc ed by Ioik drouths. Tho water Is glassy clear and Is filled with all kinds of fU'i, Thero aro holes of wa ter along the stream that measure from ten to twenty feet deep and pob bles can he plainly seen on the hot torn. With tl.o building of two large club house i next spring und a large hotel to accummodato the general put). lie. It Is 'eUevod the Arbucklo resort will become famous ns a health and pleasure resort. Thoro arc beautiful spring containing iron, sulphur and other mlneial properties along tho banks of Honey Creek and samples of those waters will soon bo sent to noted chemists for analysis. It Is believed tho electric lino bfr twecn Davis and Turner Falls will be In 'operation not later than Juno 1st, 190G Jerry Simpson's Condition. Wichita. Kim . Oct. 14. Ex-Con- cressman Jerry Simpson shows no lm provenicnt today. Ho passed a restless night und U suffering several choking spells. WANTED ON OLD GRIME SUSPECT DELIEVED TO BE IMPLI- CATED IN COLORADO. Supposed to Have Murdered Bessie lionton There Used Acid to De stroy Body and Hinder Rec ognition Methods Similar. STORY OF A GAS WELL ARDMOREITE INFORMATION BE LIEVED TO BE VALUABLE. Herkley. Cal., Oct., 1 1. The man known lo-ally as Willam Brush, or Curtis, who with a woman companion Is wanted for the robbery and attack upon Willii-m Ellis the Australian porting man, In this city on Wednes day last, hns been Identified by the po lice as Milton Franklin Andrews, want ed for l lie nlleged murder of Resale Houton. on .Mount Cutler, Colo., on Oc tober 5. Iftul. The detective any tlmt tho Idem ideation Is so positive as to admit of no doubt. The m'.nute descriptions furnish ed by Klll.4 of his assailant tally ex actly with those sent broadcast over tho country last yecar of the man who was known to havo been with Bessie Houton shortly before her body was found. Andrew traveled under the nllases of George Rennet and Milton Frank lin, nnd it now appears that he him added the names of Brush and Curtis to his list. Not only does Rriish, or Curtis, lit the descriptions of Andrews, but tho preparations for tho dismemberment of Ellis sttongly recall the dotalli of the tragedy In Colorado. Bessie Hon ton's body was found hacked to pleeef and ncld had boon used to render the work of identification more ililllcult. No clue to the whoreabouts of Brush and his female companion has yet been found. Bomb Was Thrown. Warsaw. Oct. I I. A' bomb was to day thrown at tho villa of an English maniifactuier. Tho cook and gardner Rilled anil the house was damaged When closely pressed tho fugitives shot nnd killed three policemen nnd then escaped. Celery, oysters and pickled pigs feet at Tucker s market. 15-J ITorontlT frames at the New Jew olry Stare, Walter C. Dean, prop. 15-C It Was the Absorbing Topic on the Streets After the Paper Was Pub lished and is Yet the Story of the Hour. Tho Ardmorelte's story of tho gas strike at Wheeler published In Fri day' iMim whs widely rend and in quiries from many towns In the Chick asaw tuition were received, while hun dreds nuciloned the representative of tho Ardmoreite for information con cerning the gtuher and gas well, lt may, be sa.i that the Interest maiii feitfed In !io report of the strike was intense und within a short lime after the news was received In Ardtuore there were many persons on their way to Wheeler for a glimpse of this famous well which hail caused undue excitement in that vicinity. The news was received In Ardmore with a fesllng of Joyfuluess. Hundreds discussed the nil or gas strike and dur ing yesterlay it was the all absorbing topic. The tepovters for the Ardmore" ite were beselged with niBiiy enquiries who wanteu additional iletailB. Ear ly yesterday morning a wild eyed man who seemed to bo greatly excited and evidently lnloring under a-gr"nt strain ran across a loporter for this paper. "Hoard the nows? oh, what's that? Why man they have struck a gusher at Wheeler Oil flowing all over that country, can t stop her. Cut tho tele phono line, I am bound for the oil country." The reporter later learned thnt this Individual vas Interested In some land In thnt section nnd that he was so overcome .'th joy Hint he could hard ly control 1 is feelings. Others who nro Interested In oil lands near Wheeler wero In Hn spirits over the report. To add to the anxiety was tho fact that little cfjul.l be learned In tho way ol securing definite Information concern Inc tho fln-J. it is known that slvortly before the report wns circulated there were 8ev eral deals made. It Is reported that one man s)ld fifty acres In the oil re Kion. Reports from Wheeler received yes terdai state that the How of gas was so strong that it was impossible to con'rul It It wns stated that the find conslsed cMc'lly of gas. Persons who own lnnd In that vicin ity asked It'iiey prices for It nnd they did not seem anxious to sell. They firmly believe that the land will triple in value within tnc next few ilays It Is Ichi'UpiI that Expert Goodrich of the Santa l e company Is on the ground and will make a full report to his company of the finding of gus. He llrmly lelleves tlmt oil abounds In paying cjiialltlek, Mr. Goodrich hns been contacted with the company for ninny yean nnd his Judgment has been good In the past. It wns upon his former report that the company purchased the land. Outilde of tho Snntn F local par ties are henvlly Interested In th? oil nren. Wilbni the past two mouths ninny hnve bought land in that vicinity. BRITAIN VS. GERMANY GERMANY HAS AMPLE RESOUR CES AGAINST ENGLAND. Popular Distrust Has Swollen to Im mense Proportions and Germany In Fnet Has Had a Close Call From England, ACCIDENT ON STEAMER RUSH OF WATER ACROSS CAMPA NIA'S DECK FATAL. Five Persons Known to be Missing and Many Broken Limbs Officers Unable to Announce Extent of Tragedy In Mid-Ocean. Berlin. Oct. 1 1. Disclosures In French, or alleged British offer of an alliance agclimt (Sfrnmny Is so thor oughly believed thnt a powerful nuvnl lengue with its six hundred thoiitnnd members nnd all tho nppnrntu of agi tation Is el ready moving for n now naval progiesg thnt shall furthor In crease Germany s defensive, resour ces against great Britain, pnpulnr dis trust of ('.rent Britain has swollau to ureal prnpeiiloiiM and there Is convic tion tliHt Get mnny has had a nnrrow escape from war In which although she would have been victorious on land would l.nve resulted In her being crushed at sea. New York, Oct. 1 1. Five lives aro known to have been lost and more than thirty persons Injured, some of them seriously, on the Cuniird lino steamer Inst Wednesday, when a gl gniillu wave rolled over tho Hteamor anil across the deck which wns thick with steerage passengers. So sudden , wns the caning of disaster and so . gront the confusion which attended and followed, thnt even the olllcers of the steamer were unublo to say up-1 on tho vessel's nrrlval horo to ostl mate the full extent of the tragedy. It Is possible that five persons, known to be missing from tho steerage, may not constitute the full number of dead.! Tho Irreslst'ble rush of water carried everything before lt. One young wo mnn suffered, both legs broken and several persons suffered broken arms and libs while moro than n 1 score wero bruised and battered. UP AGAINST CROWE. Kidnaper Is Up Against a Tough Proposition, Chicago. Oct. I I. Wm. A. I'lnkor ton. today deelarod thnt Pat Crowo was su?pe ted of complicity of a well organized plot, to kidnap and hold for fifty thousand dollars ransom a prominent railroad magnate. The name of the magnate was refused by Pinkerton who said also that tho In vestigation tended to show thnt Crowo had Intended to nssasslnnto and get counsel Spencer i.' the Burlington road at St. Joseph. Mo., and then kid nap a member of Judge Sponeor's family. Spanish Troubles. Seville, Spain, Oct. 14. Over a thousand laborers made desperate by famine Invaded the market place at Hcljn, forty-eight miles from Sovillo today, th.oy seized a stock of goods and money destroyed market and throw them Into a panic. INVITATION MADE PUBLIC. Roosevelt's Response to Russia en Route to St. Petersburg. Washington, Oct. 1 1. Tho stato de partment today mado public tho Invi tation or the Russian government to a second coherence nt Hague and tho president's reply. Thp Invitation or the czar wa dated September thir teen and the president's rcsponso which Is a hearty acceptanco or tho Invita tion wns delivered to Baron Rosen on Thursdny Inst for transmission to St. Petersburg. If w Cecil and Harry, Don t Neglect Your Appearance Ckcil "Harry, did you observe how neatly dressed Mr. and Mrs. 13. and Mr. and Mrs. P. were the other afternoon?" Hakky "Yes, Cecil, they looked very swell." Ckcii "Harry, they bought all their goods from BURTON-PEEL DRY GOODS CO, You can just tell their goods any place. They possess character and individuality. Now, Harry, you go along with me this afternoon to BURTON-PEEI7S and select all your winter wearables, while I go into the Suit Department and get me a Waist, a Hat and a separate Skirt." Harry "Wait till I get my hat and coat." Ckcii. "Go just as you are. They have everything.'.' , t Wears for Ladies and Misses Coat Suits nnd o1 Hanan Shoos Rain Coats and Ultra Shoos Separate Skirts and Brockport Shoes Ladies' Hats arid Ladies Hosiery Jackets J and Petticoats Sweaters - and o Underwear Mr. and Mrs. F. 'Harry "Cecil, let's wait till tomorrow." Ckcii. Harry, we will go now! You certainly are neglecting your personal appearance of late and it deeply grieves me to think you are growing so carelese. Ckcil Harry, did you notice how elegantly dressed Mr. and Mrs. F. were when they called last evening? Did you notice her skirt and waist, and the fit of Mr. F's. suit and how becoming everything was? Mrs. P. told me that. BURTON PEEL had decidedly the prettiest goods in Aidmore, and I am quite Bure you can find just what you are looking for at The Great and Popular Store of Mr. and Mrs. B. Wears for Men and Boys Suits for Men and Suits forBoys Overcoats and HananiShoes Paragon and Dutchess Trousers Sweaters and Stetson Huts Underwear J- and & Bo3tonian Shoes Hosiery J- and & Manhattan Shirts Mrt and Mrs. P.