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WANTED family wash lug Cc per pound, flat ork Included. Ardmorc Stcum Luundry TELEPHONE NO. 10 Crctim Bakery Brcucl Try the Now Process (Jrcam Loaf. JOHN N. IMRIE Phono 258. If . .4k. . . .. VOLUME XV ARDMORE, OKLAHOMA SrNi)AY MORNING ,!l'LY I!) 1!I()S NUMBER 11 If main MAY GIVE OHIO TO BRYAN REPUBLICAN SPLIT IN THAT STATE BOTHERS TAFTITES. WILL FORAKER BE GOOD? His Strange Actions Cause No End of Worry to Taft Supporters Refers to 22,000 Unemployed In City of Cleveland. Washington, July IS, Bryan's hope of carrying Ohio appears to ho based on the genuine worry that Is burden ing the Taft people for fear that For aker will not bo Rood. How much bluff or how much of It the tlery senator from Ohio roally means, Is a matter of exciting speculation In I Ohio politics, but he has Riven tho.Vcw York sunimer that even Yuma tip that either ho or a democrat ls( knows not of. The narrow streets, going to the t'nlted States senate become sweltering canyons through from Ohio as the result of the forth-' which the choking air waves Kwlrl coining fall flection. I sluggishly on their mission of death. It Is a matter of serious alarm to1 ruder the sun's rays the asphalt pao the Taft people and of corresponding ments come to resemble rivers of New Joy to the democrats that the sena-' Orleans sorghum, boiling and sizzling tor threw u bomb on the occasion of In a mighty vat. the mooting of the Sunshine club nt! Worse even than the downtown Cincinnati to celebrate the return of, streets Is the Kast Side. Its squalid prosperity. The members of the club, tenements tilled with huddled, hope were proceeding In good faith until less millions breathing despair aiil Korakor. who had only two hours' wllU vv,y " f,'tl,d', mh notice that he was expected to make ' 'tmosphere. Here Dan e might set J . ., ,,. , ' ,, .,,, ,,, the scene of another Inferno n ore n spc-cli. took trouble to call he , , , mercantile agencies and asce. tallied exuberant In.aglna- hat there are 22 000 ii.iomployed In , eHti iri..l(.,llnB Cincinnati atone. 1 le way he rattled )f lirlms.)IH. mlt.,u w,. the "empty dinner pall made 1 aft stand silent and aghast and cense his hairs stand on end all over Ohio. f,.(.1)0( flltlk. ,)r(,,hestes. He said where a year ago there wns Tragedv and pathos become com a demand for 20,000 more artisans 11H11 ,,aCl, ,, ., summer day In the In Cincinnati alone, there nro today j.;ast side. Mothers fall to their knees 22,1100 men clamoring for work. It Is (,n the blistering pavements and l'.fi due to the Roosevelt panic and de- (heir hands to a sky of brass praying presslon, he said, and those are the for a cooling zephyr that does not policies Taft stands for, ho told tho come. Little, naked babes, too woaic Sunshine club. to cry out their misery. Iltfully The Taft people had hardly gotten thelr'llves away. Scantily-clad child over tho shock of reading this speech ren. from whom all the Joy of youth In the nu'wspapers, when .10.000 pam- has departed, wallow wearily on the phlets containing the speech In full stoops of tenements or wande.- list were spread broadcast over Ohio. The lessly through the walled lanes or ilus nppearance of the pamphlet has ere- city of dreadful light. And the aged, ated a sensation as great as tho the 111 and the Inllrm. shut In by th-.' speech Itself, and everybody Is ask- mr wills of a dungeon of .New oik s l.r. "Who Is paying tho freight?" I I'j'iuls tlon-surely no ha ... li lh In one respect the situation In Ohio K1!1,?' 01otl"" afur u, this year is similar to what It was In '"g - ;.,. nUht 1SSI when Hlalno wan tho candidate . ' ,t ..i,.,,iJlutJ ..ik. for the presidency. In, that campaign Kt-it,. Phnlrtiinn flpnli-l,. wns rnnlncetl : " : ' , a LiinimiKii nm.u.Ki-i i.i. '" Ohio by (Jeneral Dudley of Indiana; this yenr State Chairman. Brown Is replaced by Vorys as Taft's campaign niaiiuger In Ohio, and thus tho For aker complications are augmented h'iclety writers declare that "everybody a feud arising out of the dropping of Brown and the elevation of Vorys. The big uncertain vote la Ohio was III evidence In 1S!2 when the demo- ... ... I. ,.. , nn. ' i;r.u c.iiiiu wiiiiiii i.uuu vows 01 I'm- rylu the state. But more remark able was the change from 230,000 ma jority for Roosevelt In 1001 to Ct.000 for l'attlson for governor the follow ing year. So. tlw. ttrv.iii Iiiv:ikIiim (if Oliln thin fall will be watched with interest. " ns will tho inovemeiit of Senator For. aker The only element of certainty In Ohio politics appears to he tho de- I he glad you g.ivo It to us. Excelsior Steam Laundrv IT MEANS MUCH Would you like to wear a pair of shoes made by a man who had no experience in shoemaking? Don't you think it would be uncomfortable to wear such ill fitting shoes as they would be. The same rule applies to your horse. the horse cannot complain, and more to your horse to where we make a specialty where every shoe is made AL. 19 West clslou of the Tuft Sunshine clubs not ( to tut Forakcr speak at any more of their functions wltliout first search . Ing lilni for statistics on the cotidl-l J tlon of tlie American dinner pall. , NEW YORK'S HOT WAVE ARIZONA NO LONGER ENTITLED TO THE FAN AS THE HOTTEST PLACE THIS SIDE OF TOPHET. By Glenn Guernsey. Now Yiirls .Inly IS.--Yuma, Ari zona, will likely ko away hack and .tit down. Let us hear no more of It.) lamented citizen who died and went elsewhere and sent back lor his over coat. Tho much maligned mctropolli of southwestern Arizona Is no long, r entitled to the alui-kaf fan as tho hottest sKJt this side of Tophet. The hot wave which swept over New York the tlr.Hl of this month, ceasing tempo rarily to gain fresh breath for another slrrocco, entitles the American me tropolis to pre-eininencu as the hottest town on the map. Abas, Yuma. Records of tho weather sharps nip not serve to prove this contention. Heat, however. Is not a thing to be registered by llgtlics on a dial, lilt mldltv ami eoncostlnn mbl terror., in .- , , , f blizzard s lev idast . " . .... . . is a tiling to wrencn tne neari-smugs; but the New York of a summer day Is too frightful ami fearsome to he encompassed by mere hitman pity. Into this maelstrom of misery en- ters one solacing assurance. Tne so Is out of town for the summer Wlileli means, of course, everybody but a few sweltering millions, who, in the Ian guago of the moralists, "suffer and ... t, grow strong ANOTHER AUTO ACCIDENT 0RE?N KILLED AND HIS WIFE SERIOUSLY WOUNDED COASTNG DOWN HILL. Baker City. Oregon. .Inly IS. .1 Miller, a wholesale liquor dealer of this city, was killed and his wife In juretl yesterday, caused by the over- turning of their automobile. The car had been allowed to coast down a hill at a rapid rate, when It struck a washed out culvert anil was overturned with fatal results to Mill or The only difference is It means much to vou have him shod here of shoeing horses and to fit, RICE Broadway STEAMBOAT AT MUSKOGEE LANDS BIG CARGO FROM CIN. CINNATI, OHIO. PROVES RIVER NAVIGABLE Steamboat "City of Muskogee" Given Great Reception will Leave Mus kogee August 1 With Cargo For St. Paul, Minn. .Muskogee. Okla.. .Inly IS. That the Arkansas river is navigable to this olnt was proven today when the steamboat "City of Muskogee" reach- tl here with 11 cargo. This Is tho first steamlsiat which has piled the Araknsas river In the 1.1st thirty-eight years. i'he boat left Cincinnati. Ohio. July ami will start from here with a argo l'r New Orleanu and SL Paul, UKUst 1st. A. P. Watson at Sulphur. Sulphur. OUla.. July IS. Hon. A. 1. (Potato) Watson, corporation commis sioner. Is In Sulphur drinking the mineral waters and campaigning for re-election, having drawn the short term. Mr. Watson speaks In Ard- moio Friday night and In M ad 111 Sat urday afternoon. Mr. Watson slates that the commission has done more business with fewer appeals than an other commission in the I nlted State:!. 'I nut out of 105 cases tried there has bet u but one appeal Mr Watson states that the commission has saved the state over fle mil lions In rates. PHYSICIAN IS CONVICTED MISSOURI DOCTOR, CHARGED WITH MANSLAUGHTER IN CONNECTION WITH DEATH. Tioy. Mo.. July IS. Dr. W. II. Hemphill, charged with Rev. Clyde Cow with mau.tlaiighter in connection with the death of Miss Klizabeth Oleason, a young school teacher, was found guilty here today and sentenc ed to three years In the penitentiary. Hemphill was charged with assist ing an operation at the solicitation of Uev. Cow, which resulted in the young woman's death. In his testimony Dr. Hemphill said that Miss (ileason named Rev. Cow as the cause of her downfall. Sev eral character witnesses appeared In behalf of Hemphill. For His Family's Sake. C.uthrle. Oklu., July IS. Covernor Haskell today pardoned Arthur Air Ington, convicted of maiiislaughter In Carter county and sentenced to six months' Imprlsonient. The fact that Alrlnton has a family of small chil dren is given as tho basis for tho pardon. 1RY TO BREAK RECORD FIVE BALLOONS SAIL FROM ST. PAUL IN EFFORA TO BREAK LONG DISTANCE RECORD. St. Paul, Minn., July IS. Five bal loons sailed I nun Lexington Park this afternoon In an effort to break thu world's long distance record. The first balloon was released at four o'clock anil the others followed at In tervals of twenty minutes each. Call to Oklahoma Banks. Cliithrle, Okla., July IS. II. H. Smock, suite bank commissioner, to night Issued a call oil Oklahoma's r00 state hanks lor report on. condi tion nt tho closti or business July 15, the same date ns the controller has asked Tor tho condition ot na tional hanks. This was done to place the state olllclals In possession ot exact (Iguros showing Increase of state bink ami decrease of national bank deposits in Oklahoma since tho state guaranty law went Into effect. Indian Payment at Sulphur. Sulphur. Okla,, July IS. Covern iiient olllclals arrived hero this morn ing In the Indian payment car and will remain I Sulphur two days. They are making a payment of twenty dol lars per capita to Chlcknsaws and Choctaws for tho Chlckasaw-Choctaw riintl. Sulphur Is full of Indians and in termarried citizens and their families. Business with tho merchants ami nu merous amusement companies Is de cidedly brisk. A nmn without conviction) terestlug, hut a man with Insufferable. Is iinln them Is Most anybody could be good If there was any scandal about It, LEAGUE CONFERENCE CLOSES BIDS TO BE ASKED FOR GROUNDS AND CASH BONUS TO ESTAB. LISH PERMANENTLY. Sulphur. Okla.. .Inly l -The 12t'h annual conference of the State F.p wot Hi League closed l ist nlKht with an liiterestlntr and enthusiast li league rally In which visiting Met'liodist took part. After the rall 'In- leagiifts Indulged In merry htinri.liukiugs ami Jo)otis good h)cs until h late hour, fur many were to leae on the earl morning trains while others wilt re main until alter Stiuila. The hoard of control railing to se cure satisfactory ground for the an nual lCpworth cncauipuitMit. it was tle li rinlmil to advertise Uv bids, both grounds ami a cash bonus being ask ed. The l-t-.igners look upon Sulphur us the one Ideal place In Oklahoma at which to establish Camp ICnworth ami Sulphur was urged to get busy and dig up suitable grounds and required bonus, and jet secure in. manently Camp F.pworth. Tho attend, nice anil Interest was the greatest In the history or the Hp worth League In Oklahoma. All the of 1 leers and delegates were present. The enthusiasm or Che fine looking ami militant young lcuxucrs had no hounds. There was a shortage In the atten dance ot the Method!! preachers of the state. This was noticed anil keen- t ly felt by the Ij'aguers, and was ciitlclzed by a proper resolution. I The League determined to erect a bi-iinze monument to the memory or Sam .louts on the lawn of St. Luke's church hi Oklahoma City. State wide prohibition and Its in I foi cement was praised am! coinpll- ' menti'tl by resolution. SUFFRAGIST ANNIVERSARY SIXTY YEARS AGO TODAY SINCE FIRST WOMAN SUFFRAGE MEETING WAS HELD. Seneca Falls, N. Y.. Jtllv 18. To morrow will he a no'abh anniversary ror the sulTragettes or the world, since it was Just sixty years ago, on July 1!). ISIS, that the tlrst woman suffrage meeting In the world's history was commenced In this village. Fllzahcth Catly Staulou, Amelia .leaks Bloomer and other women who attained Inter national fame weie among those gath ered In the Weslyan cnurCiv to voice the llrst ralnt cry or feminine rebellion which has now swelled In volume until It is heard around the world. or the fifty women and nearly as many men who signed the declaration or rights, which was the result of the convention or ISIS, only two are known to bo living. Mrs. William Claik, who signed the declaration six ty years ago as Miss Susan Qulnii. still lives at her home In Garden street. Mrs. Mary K. Hubbard, whoso name appeared as Miss Mary 10. Conk lln on the declaration. Is living at the Johnson home at tho ago or 71 years. James Mott, husband or l.ucretla Mott, was president or the convention and Henry B. Stanton, husband or Kll.abeth Cady Stanton, was chairman or the committee which drew up the declaration or rights. Frederick Douglass, who wr.s then tolling lor t;ie emancipation or the slaves, was present, as was Mrs Amelia .leaks Bloomer, whose name has become at tached to a style or woman's dross which she advocated as practical In 1S51. Ansel Basconi, the llrst village pros! dent or Seneca Falls and then one ot the leading lawyers here, took a great Interest in the convention. It was tine largely to his efforts and those of David Dudley Field that o men were given the right to earn money and bo the guardians of their c'hlldicn. Susan B. Anthony, who later took tho leading part In the light for wo man's rights, came to Snueca Falls In the spring of ISoO to attend an uuti slavery convention which was being conducted by Ceorge Thompson and William Lloyd Carlson. While hero she was the guest or Mrs. Amelia Jenks Bloomer. It was while returning rroni one of the meetings that they stopped on street corner and Mr- Bloomer Intro ducetl Miss Anthony to Klizabeth ICady Stanton. After that time Mrs. Stanton and Miss uthnuy began their work for women with great vigor. MESSAGE BY RUNNER SILVER TUBED MESSAGE FROM NEW YORK TO CHICAGO HAS REACHED OHIO. Cleveland, Ohio, July IS. Tho sil ver tubed message from Mayor Mc Clellan of New York to Mayor lliuso or Chicago reached Ohio early todiy. A day's rest will bo made Sunday, probably at Toledo. An average rato or eight nilbu por hour has been made since tho itart last Wednesday morning, Six hundred hoys were utilized to convey tho message to the Ohio state line, Tho runners expect to roach Chi cago Tuesday morning, a day ahead ot the pre-arranged schedule. THE RECORD IS BROKEN BY AMERICAN IN DISCUS THROW FIANL IN OLYMPIC EVENT. AMERICAN TEAM IS HAMPERED Three Repi csentatives of This Coun try Are Injured Varied Program In Yesterday's Olympic Con tests In London. London, Fug., .Inlj IS. The Amer icans are hampered at the Olympic games b Injuries to three of the representatives of this country. Carr of Xavler Athletic Asi' iciatltm tumid his itukle In .xcstorilay'N stee tile chase; UIm-Io or the New York Athletic Club is Riirt'erlliK from Un ions of a toe nail, and l.lHhtbodt or the ('diversity or Chicago his tin In juretl knee cap. A vailed program was oiien'd to day. In the final discus throw Sheridan (d the Irish American Athletic Out) was rirst, with a throw or Ills fee. S Inches, beating t lit world's record for (ireek stle of throw. Ilnrr or the Irish American Athletic Club was second In this tnenl Find Buried Cannon. Sail Antonio. leas, Jul IS. Five large cannon, hurled by defend -rs 01 the Alamo, Just before tht followers of Santa Anna claimed vlcto-v, .vere I iiuearllud jestertlay at Avenue ll ami Houston street by workmen engaged in raising a building. This corner was Just inzitle the stockade which closttl the Alamo, anil while It was Known that the caijion had been burled there, this Is the llrst time they have been i-eeu since th." day thy were hidden in the earth by the Alamo tlt'lendcrs. Other cannon are known to he bur led near this spot and several woie lug up several years ago. GLASS FACTORY COMING ONE MAN OFFERS TEN ACRES OF LAND QUESTION OF GAS NOT SETTLED. One or the great things I11 prospect ror Ardniore now Is a glass factory. It Is said that a quantity of very fine glass sand exists near here and we have tho gas necessary to burn It It Is Impossible to successfully make glass without the even heat produced by natural gas as a fuel. I ho gentle man who Is ready to put In tho Ui tory has been here to look over tne situation. Ho Is pleased "ilh tho tit ixislt or sand, lie Is pleased with the town and Its shipping racllltles. The hindrance to the mmedate establish nient of the plant is the price asked for gas. It Is believed that the gas com pany can reduce the price to meet tho demands of the manufacturer. If the price cannot be reduced the Com mercial Club will make an offer of a bonus to compensate in snu man tier for the price required for gas, Joe F Roblson. who Is taking an ac live Interest In the town and Is mak Itig personal sacrifices In the Interest of tho town has offered to sivc ihe manufacturer ten acres or laud and to run tho s" et railway to the rac tory. Thorn Is a chance to U ca. th lactory here. There Is no i"ion why i should stav away. REVOLUTIONISTS OVERCOME PERSIAN TROOPS AGAIN IN COM MAND HORSEMEN PILLAGING TOWN WITH VIOLENCE. St. Petersburg. Jtllv IS - I lie revo liltlonlsts at Tahrls, ler.-la. have been overcome - by tho government troops Horsemen or tho Itlchlu Khun a now said to bo pillaging the town with violence and murder. Denlson and Northern, W. J. Scott ol old Deiilsnn North ern fame, accompanied by N. II. Mc Coy of this city. left yesterdtiv over the route of the Denlson Northern from Dougherty to where It Intersects with the Katy east of here. They will be gone some ten days on a pros peeling trl.i This roatl has been grad ed a large part of the way and the building of the lino could be completed at a comparatively small cost, There Is some prospectH that this roatl will be revived and pushed to completion WHY DID I NOT KNOW KNOt'OH To Viy Highland Park lots while I had the opportunity'' That Is what you will ho saving In less than year. LAST Beginning Monday, July 20th and continuing ONE WKFK wo will put our ICNTIKK STOCK ON SALE At a 25 Per Cent Discount Nothing will be reserved, not even staples. This will not bo a "hurrah sale" with a few "baits' but a strictly business proposition in which you can SAVE 25 CENTS ON EVERY DOLLAR you spend. REM EM HER! a reduction in our store of 25 per cent is equal to 50 per cent in other stores. This sale will last but ONE WEEK and the re duction is ONE-FOURTH OFF EVERYTHING MJ'itfllVl Will iJUihUd KILLED DURING A YEAR OVER HUNDRED THOUSAND KILL. ED OR INJURED COMMISSION ER'S STATISTICS Washington. .Iul IS. A net Income of 4l!),ll',l,ISS available tor dividends or surplus, 873,i)t)S,l3:i passengers car ried and 1,7!P,.. -,."!) tons of freight hauled, track mileage of :i-",'J7u, cm plo)cs umbering 1,1172,1)71, equipment Including '-'i.XSX locomotives, i:i,'.i7.i passenger cars and l,9!H,fir7 freight cars, and I ...sria .lersous killed or Injured. Is the showing made In the Interstate commerco commission's re port today ror ttie year ending June lit). BIOS. I'lie mileage of trackage or all kind inciyaxcd ilo,S!2 over the previous year. Railroads owning L'.KII miles or line were reorganized, merged or con solidated. There were 'J!l roads In re ceivers' hands. Nearly all locomotives ami cars hi the passenger service had train brakes, all but ,rN passenger locomotives carried automatic coup lers. ICiuployes average 7:i. imt hundred miles r lino, a substantial Increase I'he total wages and salaries liald was 9 1 .7a.:SS0. 127. The passenger ti"ir Be exceeded the previous year by nl most 7i;.00(i,00() persons. Tho rrelght tratllc Increased almost Bi.'.UUU.ilUO tons, or (i'.i.71S tons per mile. The pas senger revenue per mile averaged 201 1 cents and both passenger ami frelg'ht train earnings per mile showed an Increase. The gross earnings Irotn tho opera tion tr 227.I."1 miles ol lino Tor which substantially complete returns were rendered, were $l!.r8!t.Rr..r.78. being kvAtr ViMNWm groutor Mian the previous year. Operating expenses were $1,7 tS.rilfi.Hl I, or considerably over rjiill.ono.uim greater than th" fmni operating or the net earnings or the railways were $St0,aK'J,7t;t, ex ceeding the previous year by $51,701 SfiS. Tho (otal of $1.127.i7:i.7ia; In coino of railways embraces net ear.i Ings and Income from lease. Inves' ments and miscellaneous sources 1)1. Itlends declared aggiegated $308 IT7 'J2I. leaving $1 ll.liail.'.'lil as surplus from the operations of the year as against the previous year's suip''i rrom operations or about $2.U0l) O'i'J less. In 11107. one passenger was Ul' 'I ror over) 1,132, i)31 carried, anil . Injured lor every C7.012 carried a f tie worse showing thn tho pre-e year. One passenger was killed fer every 15.000.000 odd passenger m' traveled and one Injured for e -rv 2.12S,I!)3 miles, ARRESTS BUSINESS MEN TOPEKA THEATRICAL MEN RE TALI ATE FOR SUNDAY CLOS INGMANY ARRESTS. Topeka, Kan., July 18 Twenty-one of Topeka s business men, Including the proprietors of cigar stores, con fectionery dealers and Sunday news paper men are to bo arrested charg ed with violating tho Sunday labor law Tho theatrical managers, whose houses wore recently closed under tho Sunday law, swore to the complaints, j nits win uxeiy result in eitiier a wldo open town or a tight lid, CALL SCHOOL LAND SCANDAL NOW FRAUD BEING UNEARTHED IN SALE OF KANSAS LANDS. STATE WILL TAKE ACTION And Expects to De Able to Regain Possession of Much Valuable Land State Accountant Un earths Much Evidence. Topeka, Kan., July 18. An effort to 'retrain stsslon of thousands of acres of public school lauds, which have been sold In recent years, Is to lie made by the state of Kansas. Kvldenco has boon secured of lYaud. collusion and swindling on tho part of land speculators getting jtossesslon ot valuable school lands. State Accountant J. C. Carflebl has unearthed sutllcielit evidence of this crooked work to cause many of thoso holding such latitl titles to disgorge. Lake Band Concert. The members of the First Regiment hand by Invitation will attend a pic nic and dinner at tho Chickasaw Itlo Club today. An excellent mus'.cil pro gram has been arranged fo." both morning and afternoon concern there. To Keep Cool (Iota perfect lit in a pair of in Vici Kitl, Tan or Mack Oxford Men's, Women's, Hoys or Girls. Prices $1.35 to $5.50 "Watch our whitlows for now styles. J. W. KRUEGER 211 W. Main