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ARDMORK, I. T., SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 28, 1 '.)()(. NUMBER 138 VOLUME XIII .j..m--k--m- OF AN ASSASSIN D E Wl 0 C R ATI C VICTORY' Mmln L D. MASON 303 MAIN STREET THE MOST UP-TO-DATE New and Secondhand Store THE SHOOTING OF J. W. HOCKER REPUBLICAN NOMINEE. MytUry Surround the Affair Which May Prove to Di Political Cn.nlty. Officers Are Gu.iHiig Every Move Shiotlnj Deplored. IN ARDMORE Stoves From 50c to $W Dressers $6 to $15 Double Cane Chairs 40c Folding Beds $10 to $15 Iron Beds $1.75 to $15 Wood Beds $1.25 to $10 Uy Assocluted Proas. Purccll, I. T.. Oct. 27. Hon. J. V. Hockor, Kopubllcan nominee for dele gate to the constitutional convonnon, from this (tho eighty-sixth district) was llrcd upon by n party concealed behind a shed on the outskirts ot tho town of Uyars lout night at about 1J o'clock. Tho weapon used wns a shotgun loailcd with No. i or No. C shot, 21 of them taking effect In Mr Hocker s left sid or body and liemi IS ASSURED DY TROUBLE IN THE REPUBLICAN CAMP. The Approaching Election Is nil that can hold FranU In Executive Man sion. Resignation or Transfer Expected at any Time. ...NO JUNK... Ardmorelto Hpecttu Washington. D r.. Oct. 27. The resignation and transfer of Governor Krnntz of Oklahoma to somo othor fed eral noHltlou Is hourly expected hero. ! Governor Krauts Ib not exonerated by I the report subnilttou to tho president ' recently, to tho contrary Secretary Hitchcock's sleuths found much dam aging evidence ugalnHt Krantz. so much so thai tlm Hocrotary of thu in- NEW GOODS EXCHANGED FOR OLD GOODS SOLD OH INSTALLMENT ly after Iho meeting Mr. liocker start ed Tor Puicell In his own carrlago I which was thoro In waiting and had ' proceeded but n short distance when ho wns llrcd upon by nn unknown assassin. X X Mr. Huckor did not think ho wns T nnn iimil QflQ MAIN set I uslv injured, but was bleedlm; t 303 MAI H OUOfflrtin q,lIt0 fruelV( aml ufler making an er- fort to discover who was his nssnl- , ant directed that he be brought home, H...j..H--M- and he arrived here at about ,1 ociock mis inornuiK, wnern m- iuu:. Mr. Hockor and C. M. McClaln, the torior It- dotei mined to havo Krantz Democratic nomine- for delegate to removed the constitutional convention, held a georc(arv Hitchcock mm had it limn- joint political debate- at the town . f um'fn.ncuB wmi ti,e president of llyars last night, und IniiiiPd nco- , Mr Krnll1j! ani, WIII10 uc- CARDWELL AT LONE GROVE. $p?aker Was Greeted by Many Demo cratic Voters. Ardtnorelto Special. bone Grove. I. T., Oct. 27. W. D. Cardwcll, chairman of tho Democratic speakers" bureau of Oklahoma City, was hero today ami made an address to a large number ot votors. His speech was a very strong on ml tho Doinocrnts aro delighted. Mr oarnell had n date to speak tit Cornish tonight but hi delay in teaching hero made it impossible for him to get to Cor nish In time to meet the people. Where Royalty Disagrees. Hy Associated Press. Uindon. Oct. 27. Afternoon papers quote tho Manchester Guardiar, as saying that a deed of separation be tween tho Duko and Duchess of Marl borough was signed October 23 on the grot'twl of Incompatabllity of lumper by tho provisions of which the duchess keeps Sunderland House, Loudon, as her own dowory, but Is precluded from going to Illonhclm. Tho duko is now at Blenheim, and the duchess is stay ing at Suudorland House. ed medical attention. The nltoinur.jc physician cannot at tills tlmo de'jr initio tho extent of tho Injuries, and was able to remove only four or live shot f'om his only, but as yet lias not been ante to removo tbo Binnll si,ot from his face and head. Several shot which entered his left siuo aim tog are very painful ami may causo se rious Injury. Tro driver In tho car riage with Mr. Hockor also received a few of tho shot, but was not norlous ly injured. OUlcors aro on tho ground and have In their possession clues which will evontitally lend to the ar tost ot the party who did the shoot ing. Mr. Hockor stated that the nhootlng conccrtiliiR Hon may be expected shortly, were It not for tlsn election that will be held In the new stato lit Nnvoinber, It Is sofu to nay that Governor Krantz would no longer ho granted the execu tive mansion at Guthrie. The remov al of Krauts would be an nwfitl blow to the McGuire machine and probably make a democratic victory In Oklaho ma a cettnlnty next month. The Klynn republicans are proportionately happy over the new turn of affair. Is Not the Man. Hy Associated Press. Chicago. Oct. 27.--Tlie imjIIco today teceived Information that the man un der arrest at Kalrbury. Nob.. Is not Leonard Leopold, who is wanted here in connection with the murder or Mrs. Margaret Loslio. Indians Paid at Ada. Aila. 1. A.. Oct. 27. Tho Choctaw -Chickasaw disbursing party urtlved hro Wednesday. On the first day U:iO was paid out to 118 Indians. Geo. W. Wise Is clerk In charge of the party. EVERYTHING IN X ..HOUSEFbRNlSHlNGS.. For everybody. Art Squares, Rugn. Window Shades, Luce Curtains, Sideboards, China Olosets, Chiffon iers. Extensibn Tables, Folding I3eds, Rockers, National Cook Stoves, Heaters and Enamel Wnro ! . W. M. HllllS I THE HOUSEFURNISHER i At Old Hall & Wilis Stand, Main St. t t t. Tho Democrat, whllo they feel Hint victory Is absolutely certain, will do a vast amount of work to stir up In terest In tho election. They desire to kindle an cnlhuslnmn that will bring t otno polls every Democratic voter. Football In Wynnewood. Ardtnorelto Special. Wynnewood. I. T.. Oct. 27. The Wynnewood football team has secured a game with tho Norntau. Ok., high school team to bo played hero N'iv. 10th. 1 Como and spend Sunday with us at ' The IlruiiHWlcli. 28 MANY PERSONS ARE RESCUED Firemen Rescue Eleven Persons from Columbus, Ohio Hotel Fire. Hy Associated Press. Columbus, Ohio, Oct. 27. Eleven porsotiH wero rescued oarly today In a, llro in the upper rooms of tho Pnl Ho tel on High street. Tho llro cut off tho osctipo by stairways, and tho flro nioii placed ladders, carrying the half suffocated men, women and children down them. Kour persons wore ser iously Injured. ! up-to-kow deaLs m I DIRT AftB &iaaSPHH Kffisaa IS-S&'&'W (MM & IS W WE BAN. FIX YOU HP IM I MITH, KIoGiNSb' Wfc$l ft PJIfMil FARM & CITV property I . . . . .........u...j.....j.A.u..w.4.i.H.tW4-HfW'H4 j.....t.ix.I...J..-.J..!.A.-.J.J.4.A4.4..I..!....:..!..!..:..!.- MM.W?t1"fV1'VTVVTT ."-.- rVTW-f rn f .- . . - - . .l..;.1.i..i..i...1..;.. PIURIJER SUICIDE IW ANTED MAN INFATUATED WITH WOMAN TAKES HER LIFE AND HIS OWN. t t All your orders for FALL SUITS and OVERCOATS. Also your Cleaning, Press ing and Repairing Ladies $ and Gent's Clothing. All work guaranteed first class. G. D. DAVIS Neil Door lo Butlon-Peel j. Sixty and Twenty-nine A Case of Srplng and Winter In Which the Latter Acted Impulsive and Shuffled Off His Existence. t t 4.4-.5"!.-r-H"H- Bnco fly yesterday DV.VIII l" Mil"" I STRUCK'S CAFE j Z . EVERYTHING f $ IN SEASON SERVICE FIRST CLASS MERCHANTS' LUNCH t FROM tl A.M. TO 2 P.M. 25 By Associated Proas. Now York, N. Y., Oct. 27. lxiuia G. Hampton, assistant secretary of tho United States Trust Co., of this city, shot and killed Victoria Taczkow, a beautiful young woman in Hotol Grlf tin, West Ninth street last night and tlion committed sulcde. Hampton was Infatuated with the woman. They had been at tho hotel Circumstances tho woman had agreed to dio with her companion. Hampton was CO years old and left a widow and two children. Miss Tacz kow wa8 29 years old aud lived with her father and invalid mother. She was employed in the Fifth nvonuo de partment of tho trust company of which Hampton was assistant secre tary. It Is ono of tho largest and strongest In Now York. Kx-Sccretary Lyman J. Gago was presldont of tho institution until recently. was Incited by the closing remarks of Mr McClaln, who made very broad statements relative to the negro and to uso his own words, "Hung tho bloody shirt In the face of tho audience." Prior to this time the crowd had been very quiet nnd good naturcd, cheering their rQspcctlvo candidates. Tho shooting Is deplored by all par tis, irrespective of politics, and tno Democratic oxccitive committee of this district has offered a reward for the arrest and conviction of tho par ties who did tho shooting. Mr. Hock er'8 many friends hope his Injuries will not provo serious. BIG RUSSIAN ROBBERY HIGHWAYMEN uET AWAY WITH FUNDS AT COOT OF LIFE. Manufacturers Meutincj. Ardmorelto Special. .ew York, Oct. 27. Men .nomne ii In the commorclal circles of i ll the larger cities and manufactui-.'n cen ters or the country aro gathoring In New York today to take part In tho regular annual business session of tho Nntlonal Association of Manutactur- ers. rne convention win prou.imy mm through a considerable part of tho coming weok, nnd will bo ono of tho most important nssomblnges of man ufacturers ever held in this country. CASH ONLY IS GOOD. Some are Killed, Others Wounded and Some Captured. One Hundred and Ninety.. hree Thousand Dollars Taken by Robbers. DEMOCRATIC CAMPAIGN V LL BE LAUNCHED NEXT TULu DAY NIGHT AT COURT HOUSE GHOULISH REMINDERS MORE BODIES RECOVERED FROM THE KANSAS CITY FIRE. Work of Identification Goes on and Total Number of Dead so far as Known Is Twelve. Others are Missing but may be Alive. Speeches Will Be Made by A. C. Cruce and E. J. Glddlngs Will Kindle an Enthusiasm That Will Bring Out Democrats. Si. Petersburg, uct. 27. A bold at tempt wns mado at noon today in the corter of St. Petersburg to rob a wag on conveying cash from tho custom's department to the stato treasury. Two bombs were thrown In quick suc cession at the vehicle, us It was pass- I Tho Ardmoro Democrats arc plan nliig for nn nctivo campaign. Tho cam paign will ho laiincned next Tuesday uilili ii urn an inniitlnt? nt tho i I United States courthouse. A. C. Lruco j ruins. 'Iho llrlgmans lived on tho I of this city nnd K. J. Gldlngs of Ok- fourth Moor of tho building. Mrs. I lniinnin. citv will be among tho spoaK-1 Iltigman cnm0 horo with hot- children by .Mtioclutcd Press. Kansas City, Mo'., Oct. 27. Kour ad ditional bodies wore found this fore noon In the ruins of tho Chnmbor of Commorco building In Kansas City, Kuiibiih, making a total of known dead to ditto at twelve. Kour persons aro still missing. Tho bodies removed to day wero identified as Mrs. Mary E. llrlgmnn, aged 3G; Amos Urlgman, aged 15: Lcota Urlgman, aged 12; Robert Ilurlon, aged C6, u stono mason. Tho hodlos of Mrs. Ilrlgnmn und her two children, wore found close togeth er. Thoy wero not badly dlsllgtircd. Tho bodies woro located by W. N. Alli son, tho woman's brother, who had aided the llremen In tho search of tho -rs for the occasion.. As Democratic ing the corner near Okaterlnsk Canal, ' orators, thoso two gentlemen hnvo but close to the branch of tho treasury. I few cquuls In any country nnd the oicaslon will i) eone oi nui-uno in terest. Mr. Glddlngs has visited Ard in' re sjveral times nnd he has many admirers In this ctty. Ho Is a power in the party and the Ardmoro uonio from St. Joe, Mo., two months ago. Be with the crowds that dine with us evenings. No More Transportation in Exchange for Advertising. Ardmorelto Special. Washington, D. C, Oct. 27. Under a ruling. of tho intorstato commerco commission, transportation over rail irond lines no longer may bo given to 1 nnnrnnnmif nnlil I Rtinra nr oilltnrs 111 OX- change for advertising space. A pro-1 J t..a nrrntitul f ti I u Itlifir. ll n ll IWWn ii;at tihiiiimi iiiid . i..n - Gendarmes, escorting tho wagon, ni though .voiiuded by tho explosion llrcd n volley at tho robborB. Ono of the latter was killed, another wounded and a third captured. Many of the by standers sustained slight Injuries as a result of the explosion. Lator rtr-.elonr:onts showed that the highwaym-n gn. awny with $113,000. Tho robbers Ic-t live ''f their number In the hands of the police. Crowning Italian Queens. rdmorelto Spoclali Now York, Oct. 28.-Wlth feasting and old world revelry such as has nov er before been seen in Now York, tho Itallana of tho city will tomorrow SK1PWORTH is kivtx our or OYSTERS or CELERY MOM 60 A. G. Fullerton , Prlvato Wlro to .A. 8. Gulllot All Markets. crntH will appreciate Ins work In tho j crown four queens a queen of Llttlo campaign. .Italy, u queen of Mulberry, a queon of A. C. Cruce Is ono or tno nest Known tlu wrt. jd0 un,i (l queen of Urook- men in tno new suite, nu wium ilyn. The admirers of numerous fair powerful Influence with lus homo peo ple and ovcryuouy win no inierusiuu In hearing his speech. . )fASHDAY TROUBLES... coi 1 you know whoro thoro was a Laundry whn-o yo.r Collars, Culls and Shirts would always be carefully and perfectly laundered, wouldn't on be interested? Just such a laundry is thu lvcd from tho Massachusetts Press Association, to which Chairman Kuapp of tho commission mado an extensive reply on tho question, stating that all tnrlffs lllcd In compliance with tho regulating statute namu rates In dol lars nnd cents, and do not In any caso provide that transportation can bo paid for with property. ARDM0RE STEAM LAUNDRY Work called for and deliv. ered when promised. Give us a trial. Phono 10. Waterworks Superintendent Resigns. Ardmorelto Special. Wynnewood, I. T.. Oct. 27. T. A Rihle, tbo waterworks superintendent has tendered his resignation and leu for California to benefit his health. That special sale at Hotchklss Is. on fcr three days only. 28-2 .H.-M--M---HH' Subscribo for Tho Ardmorelto. 9 Gentleman's Resort PE WITT'S POOL AND Hillard Parlors. VroAi Candy ScilltAKKT's, ft e.slt candy daily. Comoe joy a uood Pivn or Ten cent. Ci gar whilo you aro getting yi'tiv shoos shlned. J Near the Postoifice j f pi o ..:f, r x..nie orunswiuu. t Just received a large supply of the Choicest ' ..GUNTHER'S CONFECTIONS.. t Finest and most up-to- f date Billiard and Pool Parlors in the City 4 t McClurc's.Broadway, Redbook and alt Pe lt riodicals that are due t M The Brunswick I -W--M--f damsols from tho sunny southern Kingdom workod valiantly In tho elec tions Just closed to secure tho cov eted honor for tholr favorites, and tho contest was a closo ono from start to iinish. It was woll for Iho peaco or tho Italian community that tho orlgl- "ntr-rs of the plan wero wlso eiiougn to leavo tho matter of tho solcctlon of the quoins to a popular voto, by which ill wero forced to nhlde. The crowning of tho queens will bo ono of tho most Interesting spectacles evir seen In tho city. After n day spent In feasting, four processions will form tomorrow evening, on in each district, and will bear tho queens In s'ato to tho Grand Central palace, where the ceremony of coronation will take place. A great ball will follow and groat will bo the rivalry or mo dark-skiuncd swains to danco with tho queens. tlOO.000 to loan on unproved cl oroperty no delay whatever. Ci ind pee us. 19tf INDIAHOMA TUUST CO A. G. FULLERTON & GO,! Bankers - Brokers Cotton, Stoclfs, Grain and Provisions Over Kcnrnoy Hardwaro Store. Offlcos Ardmorc, Pauls Valley, Wynnowood, Sulpuur, I. T, and Lexington, Okla. Phouo 720. --M--H--HH--t'H- f WE HAND ON THE CLOCK OF I THE TEST OF TME t POINTS TO TARVER t WATCHMAKER and IEWEIER 1 t , $ ::