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A" 1 SO'- AT WV V S.TA A3 v. tM 1 C Orr vaA traftM '.X lu r ! nfWfi w v . i jedaa tx tacmaaal eat ' ml late ettr at " - . at h I t far f i f f rasat HM - m4 tim nitM aar ac c icoaa taua tor IM trvm vt Haaai uim. aaar vkida ta eaat aaotacr I fraeo- ( CMf E.9.TW ( ti attea7r a gMrt oat a &irmi uaoaurc. jm ava ' trmx tabmu rtfaaM u .frtia ii4f ta aat -Uaaat t tr U uiwata. wa Mat i oorcraaMrat aM atvuet tka iaurcau ir 4mkt to aw Ma fiaaiuafl: at f iu cnr rtotkfeokam as Tf c aar to w Ik Ta tf ras-! mguMttaM h Ij kaoti t"ai tnHta.' HO?E FOR DEMOCRACY Ta BaMio a aiea tat ta am mm koa !' teaavsmue j.trtf. aai K ta AtlfccaH u a R a iar r mt TV- r-aaWlcaa o1tr mi ta a'at aoaa of Wrtf ia t aait omwm. ilaim i raora vfa aaa Hoct Vmk u.. aaaa ialaaC aa4 MlaaewU. J iraer aa Raaaat w ro traaaHriatkaa ao Imflil . ta m( awa -vfs at aa-i Uaatat ' "f4- w ivtak M laaaf aa (air t.taa lr lor Um Ms j . (r tl an rtUptr aa for ta akiaaw. ! tar U ar vara 4 waaaa. ar vatf or kf t oa taa. oaa ta aD. K tk to ike patriae aa4 ta trtfltf i Vine H aa fr At araacat taa rafiwur to tUa kikrsr. aaa m siMt o oar brct ta taat tt ta v am to an oa aaaal tcnaa- t'a- va latlataaot aatf tawi tk oM klaliarar It is a 7 Un kca ao Ui or eaal toaaa acaC r ta aavarajacsr tar aaoa ta paUlc doaaala pmtr oviai rk i W Isaat la ta vhctkar or or or ta wnwr Utkaa tkeaU ke o( tack taa Carfurf Stataa aot thf btoOu irMac; iroaa It ax- to be gtra to aar laiaaa tribe, aad tk Vkaoa akoaM a toaaec oalf oa sack umsa aa4 lor cack aerkaas a' wilt eaabl tk snreraaeitf to keep loatrol tkerwW ' WiatMbiucfcio i icaBy Vitro. J T. X 1 Tk ol Jajaaa KOiakraaa -w ttrrftarr aaafeerisktT a o. , k fan-bJc tato of tk uate ot adalt ctaaoai al air4 ate taxaom. KJ claaa. ktk kai irat ot tk caoo aaaoa aaa ta aw ; atai aa taw ow- Ma oT nalaitnait miala oC aaa tk earroaffcaxsv', of 'a Pafa tiaoml taaaa a ta ra a4 taer a-aataa - m. tostk anyoaWaaai kaia kcra ooaa njacrt. fC7 fcrvacfct o a tk caa7a. Tk CVere traeoaea. aav Mitioa toartar aert ratrv im Ml tartaltat taa ta retiia oa ts jzttf Tar ar OiSrta; oaiatoiri a roito tot aDaaat. miiiea:aa to stea4tor tk ckaMto to kataa- Vy 3 wmca ot Lata. i. mn ta. WkU aoa of tk ccaaavna J C MeKa, tk Ui-rr a aerro attor bar tjataail ibcohwer. -.aoy ta- S m; of klaafco?. 4jr fiaawattr M tk It-? arort- j Tfcr r fr4aea. x-tort Mir nl ta atoc ot I w tkcr atiKLiaaaati of CfccrokoM, rw unatat tatT-oa-yr arorasxi i -raoaa ta u w lae to taa Arm foa. br tk loaa rtoJL MiaacM-1 "a lottataaoa aa wi vaaita ot in- mK ui ooojohn tasas u that It woaat tak Kt h to far better tkat it abo be la tk aoii4 8ot, lnaaa4 hj prirnxn SMiTtaiau toaa Tk oa atoaavoJataarat aaa koa w, oe trrioci Bat It f oaaweratve aeaator. brloitJwt tbe' '.-idi'i'n tkat - !aaaaarBif ui tk aat u m tk wk It ' aMMf tkaa a tair4 Th waa arocai..ta mr yrivirr'. jav.ic owbjip of Colorado, atoa-! niSnaA ia HSsfcly ndeirl.: aaa OUaooaaa 'wftl aaoa I woM orobmMr ia tbto coictrx til to aaaaorrau to tke ataata. . ur reablaa 4!aatr Xh.i I vik tc i-4 fk ,-o.bUcaas vtU tor two rara ' ek aaperrittoa ad racaiatioo itm afarek . enataal tk aoaat by I tkoa la th tatrroat of tk ooklic . Air, aaatorttf a -HI aaak h Moat tkat tk Tk oeaaocratie partr kaa tM Ut m a4 tor pakttc oaaraaia. Tk um Soata. iarraae4 br Oklaaoiaa. gpwwu of or-aaaat ropiiauoo u a aaetooa Ut batM a(vw It to d tl aa tk aiaIUa to b a rirlralM loasaatioa aa4 It ao- r- yjntrd j1 ta Intrteat aad Inrolv d1m .tor tk aorUwra dwoocraer to 4 eatarw ol tie rbl4fta. Their m tM ItwrU loaar aad at la flkUai; tDttoa to U. It Is a complicated trtom. w York. :-r Jrfr. RWb at4 qellcat roWB. aad all kinds of Maad. aad Korth DskoU bare rf ; dlSUmlU-! ar aur to arlae la oob rnaW4 a irUM rfrl.'t uar'l dtwoc-' nteUoa "-ltk any plaa oJ solution. ' ricy aad ta Bi o! coaaxiaMii ia , -white a pUa brtaa? aU tke liene Ohite aad Illlaolc iAo taat tb pr-, 8U kooad for by IU moct opthnlatie ly to aot d4 la tkoa' UtHi. Wh rnaat Ura that radlcaltoet U sat a deaxxjrxUc fo At tt it aot vi 1I)Ut oo NoUIbk to Malar than that, aad vr. mlaht x IS SENATOR CLURY. PREJVOICEO? b aatbto. T of tkaa iatrd to to tak all yjtaa aiB Sir tkeam. A aaajortty of tk JlMca vo Vook illKaaaati aad "ho kav b keard ar aafe tkat tkT l- j-soali-td to ako tktr eoaaataacy a coart ot raoard. tkaa rrsaortas sk rstrtcUoaa oa tbtir torha toa oaly. U tky ao acaUad tt. Tk coomb:. te iatiauiA-l tkat oomr woaM aot uaaper tta ta koaaanMd i-tstUii. aa H eatoaas to tk rtr aruuoci Trfkaa. lafortBatioa brevekt oil reamrdia:-condJU-ms of oU aad saa Waac a- aeata aa atoraaiac statu aad sboaft tke nt!r dpttadacy of tk oil aad tn jbtlu uyoa tk latertor Uepartmeat rj: and rt'aunoas. waico are Seaator Cart of Wjornias. cb.r maa of tk teaat lBTestiaatlaa; eon aaltt. bas declare tiimself oy.Ki tn tb oiai rsoTai oi nn- , tloas from lodtaa laads. All tb mor !rtaaxabl altbovt aotlc. la adJltlo ij. f . mrj is It, tkerfore. to abow tl' In the depart meau ducreticB. Haaei seaator aa wetl aa the cOier memben a,aj be cancelled without tint tn.- of kda nartr. tkat witboot tb retBorsi I rtcht of oaatty ia coart. rMtriHiMu tke dertVopoiBt C Tk ooaBmltta was la aeaakm ec .u. .fii t. iu hwk snauf ui tot ia tba afternoon. toaTlaa: tr wfaile tb ladlaa bhaacJf wi:: alakl tor Xakc-, to rwaaia tbet h nreatd i.-on deTeJoafaa; iato a tkrw days. itMmt infian dttoaa. W I -eatr nim- v he must bacoato If k la to win tba straecto tor xlataoe. Ko anvwat of eoddUag can make a w rhp&ctr that eadura I botlt aa oaly tkroa-jk oonflict. Ia teailce botb to lh wbius and !n ih Iadtoaa of tke aw Hat tb restrictions mwA b reaov4 iiw rirt snoarcatlr uwji to adnerents 4oreorr. under and b-ai thy plan, tbo boneau will drelcp gradually aad not rapidly. Finally, w mast Hearty aa4ruad that tb pub lic a-rraats bo are to do this pe oM rMOalzi It- Htotorieally. attm- (cullr1y rpoaMDie ana aiicat wotk oray la otMHMtrTsUoai Mocrauc mast tbotaaciv oe oi in nit;o-i KiadpNa ftktatly pplt-l 1 kf type both aa raarda Intearity nd all tb radicaltom tki country efflcier Tbe' moat K tw psw and 1II afford lbi popl tk ro- ( for o(kr'to( abt iaa cas aot la tb Ui-f tbr xtn desMadisK Jf tb or tonic run be ssetirad; and they must urwwloa ol monopoly. poav a lofty proMty -wktob will te la tb worda of the tan. "tk Ual volt aa quickly at tke tboujrbt of pnn f-vr yasra of our illtlcal history loach derlna to any itust.of popular prJo i. ..iin i ht warfarin dice aaalnst rich men aa at ttw i n taaaa H -aaajr- r a -- :- -. man. tbwh a fool, may read as he thought of anything even remotely r raaa that mere damaaoalc appeals semblla subaerrtoncy to rich m n will bring defeat ratber than rlotory, ( flut while I fully admit the dlfflrultl-n aad that while the voters of the coua- In the way. I do not tor a moment aa i.m .nil thnmncb reform. ' tnlt that those dltBdllle warrant n H J IfM i . w . , AOi are determined to curb and con trol th !aao!re aad oppression of orjrporsUoBS and trasta. tby will not eappori th man or party who comes armed with th torch of tba Incendiary r th- dvnamiia of tb anarchist, nds Is aUH a country cf la and Washington ap- paar&d aa attoraey for Mneca aso Cbrok claimants "fr omitu-a from th roito of Is, bat who bad Ublisbed their dtlsoabip in law anl iacl. 11 askad recomnwndallOB to eon s-rM Vooklag to ?nrollan5. of tbor-J I'Opi aad aa -iltotast of land, am ohs of ibleb remains tsnaltottted. Symour RWfle of Vlalta preat-a tb territory v.th kto mind already United Commer- up. but tbr is such a mast JJ. .. Terr,lory. to ksr rejected for faflar to prc-r ap their ?-tdieaot 1-ifor January. W- Tkarc Ho appear to kav ba mack oppcaitjoa oa tb part r-f tk Ckrofc tribe ta bartas Its toad -lis tkete hoszoca- Tkas irweaaH appartae -tor tk coamtuee today alL'.d at mack lrrliritT tntli - back tk rolls of tk trlb -r.-e aaad ap aad tk toad attouad. Tk roU la cneMloa fere mad ap la 114 for tk pnrpos of - UbUsbias; citizenship. D. W H. Wllrm of VlalU repreeeat , ed a party cf :rdmea wko kad failed J3 tetcure tbelr portion of tk Ckero kc atrip money, anxregatiac about HS.vw'. aad asked tkat eoar 3jai a4fadteation cf these cases la coart if poaatble. Tk Commercial Club here adopted a resolution declaring It to be tc tte best interest to both clttxen and n.-a etiaen for tke Immediate reiooval ot restrict tons upon tke altonattoa o; both anrplas and bomestead lands be longing to Indians of mixed blood, an. tkat fall bloods nave tb opportunity In coart of record to show their con. petency. A memorial accompanied the .-eaolutkm. siola? that the coursi ptrrsoed by ti government as to lan-5 restrictions has prevented the Caere kees free n-e of allotments and de preciated tie value thereof. The argu aunt eoea Into the question in detail, declaring It to be the msw of the Cherokee satlca that all those of miT ed blood be accorded their full rlshM Is clti2esshlp. Mr- iw n ast rtarad la Uto city. wSere ti it Bvciaar he Manner -akUe la tb CkKkaamv Xauoa. Mr. le darlsr Ckcro-'tke wfc has beea la tk section ot tear eouatry at of narceu. Tk aavlacaUoa to la tk form of (varaa'.ee tkat it resides ti aloes tb. road will keep tk road passable a aj ttmrt Tula aaraate to -drea to the CwmiBfiilal Ctab by tk re-ddeU of tke Beaker district aad the cl ra tars saraate4 tk aaan to M Lot. Tke petition siened by tke resident - of tke Hoitoar diatrict. which is nec eaaary for the road to be opened, win be taraed over to Mr. Loe Immeii ately. IVkea this to done steps viil l taken to aave tke road opae-l as5 placed oa aoetloa Ha. For .- tat there Is aot a k'l'f dent amovat of money In the trMJ ary of tk Commercial Clab ot -rl more to seep all roads leading Into the cttv la good eonditloD, tb&t body rta treee ilon- ia uVJsk np the propoil Jt-a of pl&elag roads on section lint-a The oaly coad.Uon the government do maads in recard to openlas roaU f that some responsible body, tuch s a Commercial Club, xarraat tnat th4 road? wilt be kept patMble after ,ey are opened. This condition. th Ar1 mor Commercial club Las not fe't able to undertake, and hence wher- V.-Jon are made for openlnj- roe4 leading Into tke city, tke residents V lag on these thorocghfares are co-i-pellej to make a guaranteo to the Commercial Clui that they will rni'n u:n them, after which the club riir tntees the maintenance of the satr. to tke ircTernmeat road commits; r er. Atoo there bas Men ooniderab ! Jcctlon to placing road upon seccn I net especially on tk part of Indiat. land holder?. Therefore, the Ardmore Commercial Clnb bag ben slow u take up the prc-posltion. Howt-ver. s-aen a guarantee is made that the ro&d will be maintained, and Its open lag Is clearly beneficial to all con cerned, the clnb readily makes ths necessary guarantee to the depart meat of the Interio. of letimony on the other de that if be is ia any -sis fair-minded be will be compelled to acknowledge hU ml take. It to onr duty to prnt our caae In suck manner that he enaaot fail to accept our eonclaslooa. Vlnlta Chief tato. o-fo IT WILL MAKE GOOD. cist Clubs of Indian Territory. The determination of this question aot only vitally affects oil and gaa in the Cherokee nation but rules govern Ing the leases tad development here apply to elsewhere la Indian Territory a well. As to minerals, they deelre lb nam result hlch apply In the Qaavpaw ageasy and ujder which marked Jevikpm'.-r.t bad been accom plished. There, where the Interior De partment's Jurisdiction is limited, it has not interfered to an alarming ex tent. In the assignment of leases prohlb- In stopping In our -ffort to secure a wto and Just system. They should bare no other effect that to spur as on to the exercise of 'he resolution, the even-handed justice, und the fertil ity of resource, which we like to think aa typically American, and which will Tk 'jv-moeralie party has an op tort unity to ahow Its true colors in Oklahoma, and tba Register believe tkat after the constitution of the new .t.t u ratified -that the people of .h.i uotioii will rise un and call the lied for proflt by the Secretary cf the -rand old party of tke people bless- interior 3tr. Kiooie snows mere is nu ed. The Democratic party stands fr opportunity to develop the oil Industry state rights, for local option, for w.v in inaian iemtcry. uui..-5- tnr white, and nwtroes. lands even after their restrictions are I . J , JIU.. removea aro prevuniea uvu uniimi for low taxaUon. for an honeat ad ministration of the government and comes nearer being the true people1 . t nv niW nsrtv in exist- r. i- fh. ,,It The ,es Pwro. This restriction prevents the ence. now or in the past, rne eyes ...,..--- m&w. aad faith on tb part of tke In th end achieve good results in tb! pUfa people In law and order and In aa In other flvlds of activity. Tb task th power to accompluh all things U a great one and underlies the task through orderly process Th party of dealing with the whole Industrial rhlck -wishes to win mut still cred it the Amerlraa people with some OMimoa sense and It must ksve some eeaimea aeaae itself." Tbla ia rather stroigly stated, per bapa, but It nevertl-as surgesU tke real eoadltions. If we make up our problem. Hut the fact that It Is a great problem does not warrant uh in shrinking from the attempt to solve it i At present we face such urn r lark of xuprviflon sifh frv-!Mi from the restialntH of lav., that uicllf-ni men have Ikx-m literallr forced Into rlads Ui go Into the next campaign iIojuk what th-y deplored because otb eotne t-rwlse they wure Inft at the mi-rcy of unscrupulous competitors. To rail at and assail the men who have done as they beat could under sack eondi lions accomplish little. What we ueod is to develop an orderly system , , sad such a system can oaly come Tkere v.111 be a presiding officer, through the gradually laorsaaed exer a obief clerk. sevBral astiUUril clerks, cw nf the right of efficient govern cYorl gooeral clerk, a wrgenl at m(,Bt control 'Ilk a strong demand for tariff re form, there ar many autee. aa P aarently rapubllean. that will keek to ut. Houston Post. oo ALL FOR DEMOCRATS. Anns and several astlsUnls, a door fcooper or two and aaelHUnU and nu merous committee clerks to Uo elect H by the oonv&ptlfMt- This Ih not very tHiirh pie for those who by thin Utae must be very hungry and vry ihlrsrty Oklahoma City I'Oit. o-t-o VILL ACCEPT NO OFFICE. HAS DEMANDED THE SCHOOL. wells on their lands unless they can show their financial ability to do so. and that none of the money has been President Roosovelt, in a message iloilvered to oongreas on May 1. said' "Uui In addition to the secret rate the Hundard Oil profiu immenttoly by open rates whlrli are so arrango-l , as to give It an overwholmln,; advan tag over Its Independent competitors The refusal of tho railroads In cor , tftin case to prorate produces analog- 'ous olfects. Thus In Now Ungland Chief I'lossan', I'orter of the Creeks ih refusal of certain railway system has aunotinred that he will nnt be a to prorate has resulted In koejtlng the candidate for governor ot the new standard Oil In absolute monopolistic state or for any other office, Haying control of the field, enabling It to that Ijo Is getting old and that ihiIIUch charge from thrt'ff ro four hundred Jm too coHtly n game for him tbouKaii'l tlll a ear more 'o con of the world are on Oklahoma, and tv.mnrratlc narty mutt make good Sherman Register. Charles B. Hanfsrtf. There Is a i1orous oratorical swing in the part of "Marc A a tony' In "Jnlius Caeaar," which make It aa especially suitable tola for an actor possessing the graces of personality and declamatory power which have always been commented on aa dis tinguishing characteristics of Charles D- Hsntord It Is a remarkable thing that Mr. Hanford should, almost at the outset of his career, have stepped Into tho role with which he baa al ways boen most briltautly Woetlfled Although It has been a long Umo sin Mr. lloaford waa hecn in arc Anfjy" the students of the uge atlll refer to blm as tho beau Ideal of that character. Ma appearance in this city at tho noblson opera houfe on Moodav, November 19. win be awaited with even more than the groat Interest -Ahich the 'announce- ot a Hanford engagement ai arouMjH. Curwln goes np at 14-2 meat way,) 8:16. A Big Social Affair. Mrn A. C. Cruee haa 1huch1 cards Inviting a number of society people to a reception to be held Friday after noon. A nuinbr-r of prominent society ladles will hkkUI nt tho reception. The ocoAalon will In all probability M fi le of th" wr'i st i .or i ' c'r '' tlilD teason. drilling of went on "share? The committee Buagestod thai tn departmeut's intention was to protect the citizen land cwenr from corpora tions largely Interested In oil lands and lease. It waa shown by Cyrus A. very of Vlnlta mat almost everv ruling had been only ia the Interest of the large producer, mentionably tb Staadsrrt-Oil Company, which he charged was represented in this field by the Prairie Oil aad Can Company, its Kansas corporation; also two gas pipe line were c.v operating from the Cherokee field to Whiting. Ind.. the location of the Standard's refineries, and a third one to under construction- It to also ebarged that lb Secrets-' ry of the Interior refused to authorize an independent pipe line, for one reas on It could not compete with the Standard Oil Company. If this ta true, It Ih an except'on in the Interior De partment procodure, for it was fre quently tobl the committee that the reattonh fur nearly all the rullngd are not given by the department and couia n't be olitalriHl. The committee watt aked to have modified the rtntrictlonH bo operators of modest raeana as well as the citi zen land owner may detolop the field. A very Interesting argument for the removal nf restrictlona of cltlzone In alienating of t-.lk-tted land wa made by T. W. C. Duncan of Vlnlta, a Chor ok- citizen by blood. In ublch he ad vocutl the dolnit away with restric tion tn both atirplus and homcstend tf the citizen Indian and the catah- Gsvernmer.t Superintendent Want Psnettlon ef EmahaVa School. MnEkogee, I. 'I . Nov. 14 Superin tendent John L). Benedict has notified Governor Drowa of the serninchJ ca tion of the decision of the attornej general on the Seminole school quee tkn. The superintendent asks th'. governcr to turn over Emahaka sea Inary. a boarding school rocated b twe-n HoJdenTllle aad Wewoka. ove. which there ha been a dispute as u authority between tne department and the tribal government. This is the only governrnen' rchool which bas net been turned over to 'h management of tne department. While no trfouble Is feared In obtaining i o session now that Superintendent lk-n-edlct Is backed by the attorney gca- eral's decision, should It become nec essary the Indian police would be ur? to obtain authc-rity. Thus far expres sions from the department have nut been heeded by Governor Brown. The Land of Cotton. The total amount ot cotton raU M tn Oklahoma last year was 5:5.014 bales, for the Indian Territory 347. 51S bales. Up to November 1st of tUU vear. Oklahoma had ginned 16S.I4 J bales aad the Indian territory JO. 472 bales. There Is but little doubt but that the total this year will go beyond the total of last year, for No vember so far has been an excellent month for maturing aad picking th-cctton. Read B't-.bs. rvrha & Frensley's advertisement In this pap- and you win n"t wrnder why they have suoh crowds every day. u-c NEW BANK BUILDING. COMMITTEE AT MUSKOGEE. Senators Reach New Field o Re search and are Met by Citizens. Muskogee. I. T, Nov. 15. Tht senate committee, composed of Sea ators Long. Teller. Clark and Brand ege. arrived In this city tonight ii. their special cr at 10 o'clock. They were escorted by the local committee! to the Turner Hall. Senator Ixani- stated that they bad a number of pec pie begore the csrnml'tee a' Vlnlta, among them being several full-blood ,'ndlans. Removal of restTi ;ions on leasing cf oil and ga lands and the inter efti of Intermarried whites were froo I. dlhcussed. Tho committee will b hero until Friday, when they lonve for South McAlester, where they will go Into the matter of the sale of sur face of coal lands. ENTIRE FREIGHT TRAIN LOST. Another Story to Be Added to Bank ers National Bank Building. Tn Bankers National Bank building which Is being er.-cted at the corner of A and Mala etnet by Mrs. M Dob Mn. is to be made one story higher nan the original plans called for This Information was made known Thursday by the contractors. The plans first drawn called for a two- story building with a half basement, making three Morles. To these plans have been added another story and the building will be made four sto -ies Including the basement. The two first stories and the basomotit have just been completed arut tho word "Bankers' National Bank" appear nt tho top of the second storv. The third story win ue erected irom tne satiio material used In tho other parts of the building. Tho Inside will ho finished in oak and will bo equipped with steam heal, electric lights and elevators. Tho new building is to bo tho handsomest structuro In Ardnroro and marks tho opening of an era of pretense to stylo and architecture which heretofore has beea unknown in tho construction of business bouses In this city. However, with tho erection of new buildings, this plainness Is fast giv ing way to style, a.i the country town Is being crowded out to mak way for the modern city. Fire Destroy Seventeen Cars Fifteen Were Loaded With Cotton. Houston, Texas, Ncv. 14. An entire freight train, consisting of seventeen cars, fifteen of which were loaded with cotton, waB destroyed by fire last night on the Santn Fe railroad lour mllos south of Rrenham. The englno was cut loose and saved. The rest of the train .U a tMal loss. The damage is estimat ed at over flOO.WJO. NEW SKATING RINK WILL OPSN SO GET YOU A PAIR CF SKATES FROM 9tf T. K. KEARNEY. Woman's Guild. The members of St. Philip's Epis copal Guild will meet at tho school room on Tuesday afternoon at o'clock A full attendance de.slreil. MIIS. J. W. G0LL.BTX5E. . res.