ARDMORK OKLAHOMA TUESDAY EVKN1N(J AIMilL 115 WW.)
"It would hardly be possible to lay too much stress
on the use of embroideries. They appear not only
in bands, flouncings and all-overs, but in the most
The above quotation from the Palm Beach fashion
number of the Dry Goods Economist reflects the pres
ent popularity of embroideries in style circles, and fore
shadow a rcat demand throughout the summer season.
The Embroidery House of Ardmore is Madden s
A range of styles and prices to suit all classes,
new, dainty, distinctive designs, conservative and nov
elty patterns that correctly express what's right in em
broideries are here price a yard 5c to $3.50
May Delineators and
NEW HIGH RECORD MARKS ES
TABLISH ED IN MAY, JULY AND
SEPTEMBER WHEAT TODAY.
ONE MAN IN CONTROL
Patten Has Such Hold on the World's
Available Supply That a Higher
Price May Be Established Crop
Will Be Short.
Chicago, 111.. April 13. May.
and September wheat
now high record marks nt thu open
I iik today.
May wheat, the available supply ot
which Is In tlio hands of one man,
openutl at $1.27 to $1.2S, which la
three cents bettor than thu most san
guine predictions mado months ago
by tlio loading bulls.
July opened at $1.17 3-S; Septem
ber $1.09 3-S.
Tho general belief Is forcing It
self upon the traders that there Is a
world's shortago of wheat.
THIRD FIRE IN A WEEK
FIFTY-SIX PATIENTS CARRIED
FROM INSANE ASYLUM AT FORT
SUPPLY LAST NIGHT.
"Woodward. Okla.. Aiprll 13. Tho
third lire within a week In tho Okla
homa btate Insane asylum at Fort
Supply, twenty-Ilvo miles northwest
of here, occurred last night.
1 ast night's llames destroyed the
main asylum, hospital.
No lives were lot In the lire, but It
was necessary to carry lilty-slx of the
llfty-nlne patients out of the building.
Head ArdmorelUj want ads
FARM AND CITY LOANS.
Wo aro In position now to
mako llclc loans on good
farms and city property for G.
7 and 10 years. Reforenco to
any bank In Ardmoro as to
DREW & RAMSEY.
annn u . n
Patterns Are Here.
MUSKOGEE CASE DISMISSED
MIDLAND MILLING COMPANY OF
MUSKOGEE .WANTED GRAIN
"Washington, April 12. Tho Inter
state Commerce vommissiou today
dismissed tho complaint of tho Mid
laud Mill and Elovntor company of
Muskogee. Okla., against tho Kansas
Southwestern Hallway company nnd
others. Tho elevator company asked
for the re-ostabllshment of Joint
through rates on grain and grain pro
ducts from all points on the lino of
the Kansas Southwestern railway to
all points on tho lines of tho four
other defendants. Tne commission
decided that tho facts disclosed by
the record In this oaso do not show
that the complainant Is entitled to
tho joint through rates prayed for.
'The record showed that thero are
through routes and joint or propor-
t f otnt.1 rates from all points on the
Kansas Southwestern line to Texas
and Umlslana points over sundry
lines. No producer or shipper on tho
Kansas Southwestern anil no consum
er or purchaser in Arkansas, Lou
isiana or Texas has made complaint
against the present rates.
KILLED IN WINDSTORM
HEAVY PROPERTY LOSS IN WIND
STORM AT PITTSBURG TODAY.
Pittsburg. Pa.. April 13 One death
and a number seriously Injured Is
the result of a severe windstorm.
which visited this city and vicinity i
The property loss Is very heavy.
THE BUSINESS OF SWIFT . CO.,
IN PAST YEAR UNUSUAL AC
TIVITY. Ardmore this spring is the most no
live city in the slate. The post olll
I eo receipts show a greater gain than
' in any other city. Traveling men
all nut- tliuli- umIru ill tlio ChlckliK.'lu-
year: the freight nnd passenger re
ceipts of the railroads have Increas
ed wonderfully and business In all
lines Is much better thnn a year ago.
The merchants report that their sales
are very satisfactory and evon better
than they had contemplated.
As an Index to tho growth of the
wholesale business the Swift Hacking
(ompany's business may be taken a
a fair example. E. .1. Jnrvls has
made ids report to the company for
tii Manh period It shows an in-
t it a i ui i' tin sunn
period of last
y nr of m htysix per cent. ThU 1"
a n markable imrease In bustners and
a dear Indix to the prosperit of
''"turn of the stntc
FOUR THOUSAND ODD FELLOWS
ATTENDING GRAND LODGE SES
SION AT MUSKOGEE.
ENCAMPMENT NEW OFFICIALS
D. M. Walker of Ardmore Is Elected
Ch.iirm.in of Finance Committee.
Oklahoma Jurisdiction Want Amal
gamation of Two Bodies.
Muskogee, okln.. April 13. I-tur i
thousand Odd Fellow are. hero at
tending the Crand I.odgo session.
Hundreds from the Oklahoma Juris-'
diction and sovereign grand lodge
representatives rrom Oeorcla to Seat
tle are attending the sessions of the
Indian Territory body.
The Grand Encampment lias elected
olllccs a follows:
Grand I'ntriarch. .1. V. Spenko, Stor
tvtt Hiuh Priest, H. .1. Evans, Hidleyvll'e.
Grand Senior Warden, Hen Hrow
Grand Junior Warden, J. V. Ripley,
(rand Representative, J. F. Pulp.
Chairman Finance Committee, 1).
M. Walker. Ardmore.
The l'atrlnrchs Mllttant held their
session last night with Department
Commander I). T. Nlsbctt of Ardmore
and General Haney of Iowa in charge.
Tho I. O. O. F. Grand Uxlge and
the Hebekah Assembly met today.
This afternoon a speclnl train con
i veyed all tho members of the Grand
lodgo to Checotah to visit tho Odd
rellows' orphans home there.
Members of the Oklahoma jurlsdle
. Hon are hero working hard for the
amalgamation of the two grand bod
ies, but the majority of the Indian
i Territory members arc working hard
ngalust the efforts to amalgamate.
ARDMORE LEGAL TALENT
ATTORNEY GREGG OF EASTERN
DISTRICT PLACES RESPONSIBIL
ITY ON DEPARTMENT.
When (iovernor Haskell and other
Oklahoumns had been Indicted by the
federal government In the town lot
cases the governor sought for Ard
more legal talent and employed A. C
Cmce of this city. Mr. Orueo spent
much time ou t lie legal ipiestlous In
volved and before he left hero to try
the case said that if the government
should prove every charge mado In
tlie indictment that the government
would not sccmc a conviction for the
reasons that tho allegations if proved
did not constitute a crime. Mr.
Cruco was successful In having the
indictments quashed and while he
wjj make no statement for the pross
ho Is of the opinion that the suits are
at an end. Attorney (Iregg of the
Eastern district of Oklahoma wired
a letter to the department ot Justice
at Washington outlining the suits and
the ipiashing of tho imlictmonts by
Judge Marshall and has placed th
responsibility of further prosecution
upon the department at Washington.
If Attorney (Iregg had felt that the
ends of Justice was being defeated in
his district he would most certainly
have taken the initiatory In further
proHocutliig the case without referring
It to the department. It Is believed
here that the victory is complete
Should new Indictments be returned
the attorneys for tho governor feel
no fear lint that tho trinl of the case
upon Its merits wilt result In nil no
Speaks to New Yorkers.
New York, April 13. At the big
pow pow of tho Tammany chiefs
held here todny under tho auspices
of tho National Democratic Club of
York City. (Iovernor Marshall
deliver tho address. Indiana
democrats regard Governor Mar-
shull's Invitation to speak hero as
significant of a movement to boom
the governor for tho prscldency In
MORE INDICTMENTS BROUGHT
INDICTMENTS FOR CHILD STEAL
ING REPORTED AGAINST THE
BOYLES AT CLEVELAND.
('lev. land. O.. April r; n addi
t tonal indictment, chargini; clitld Me-il-Hip.
was rekirted today against .In
1 1. Iloyle and Mrs. Hoyle, who nr.
under arrest at Mercei. I'm . -liarn il
with kidnaping Willi'- Whitla several
Wee Its a BO.
CHASTER WINS THE RACE
DEFEATED THE BIRMINGHAM
AND SALEM IN TWENTY-FOUR
HOUR ENDURANCE RUN.
Newport. H. I. April 13. The scout
cruiser Chester won the twenty-four
hour endurance run nt full speed.
leiVatliiR the Salem and tin- Binning
ham, according to a wireless message
received hero today.
BILL ORDERED ENGROSSED
MISSOURI LEGISLATORS AND GOV
F.RNOR FAVOR AN ANTI-PASS
BILL FOR THAT STATiE.
Jefferson City. Mo.. Apr. 13. The
nntl-pass bill, introduced by Speaker
Spoor, was ordered engrossed by the
house today, after the governor had
transmitted n messago urln.'.ng the
passage of tho measure.
TURKEY HAS A MUTINY
DISTURBAi. ES OF A REVOLU
TIONARY NATURE UKhAK OUT
Constantinople. April 13. Serious
disturbances of a revolutionary char
acter hnvo broken out here. The sit
uation Is very grave.
Mutinous troopers demonstrated
against the parliament building this I
morning. A panic has seized the'
people anil all through the city shops
are being hurriedly closed.
Demand Official Resignation.
Frankfort. April 13. A dispatch
from Constantinople declares that the
mutinous soldiers are demanding the
resignation of the Crand Vlslor. pres
ident of the (hamber and minister of
TRAFFIC IS TIED UP
PASSENGER TRAIN CAUGHT IN
SNOWS IN COLORADO SNOW
PLOWS CLEARING TRACK.
Denver, Col.. April 13. StallPd be
hind snow drifts that are successful-
ly resisting the attacks of two big
rotary plows, an east-bound passen
ger train on tho Denvor, Northwest
& l'nciflc. with " passengers,
tied up at Earl on tho west side
of the continental divide.
laborers began work on the drift
today with shovi W and It is thought
that traific will 1" open again by
STOCK BROKERS FAIL
INVOLUNTARY PETITION FILED
AT NEW YORK AGAINST ENNIS
New York. April !o. An Involunta
ry petition In bankruptcy was filed
horo today against Ennls & Stop
pard. members of tho consolidated
stock exchlnge and the
Hoard of Trado.
Tiho liabilities are $l,r,00,00o.
assets of $100,noo.
J J 3 i f i t i" 4
- The wea'ln "
Wednesday Is i .
I.a.. April 11.
Iness and wnrmr'
F! AM F.n MFRRY
.ihv iiihiiv l
TWO FIRES BREAK OUT SIMUL
TANEOUSLY IN DIFFERENT
PARTS OF THE CITY.
FIREMEN SEEM HELPLESS
Syracuse and Buffalo Fire. Depart
ments are Being Rushed to Rashes
tcr to Assist in Subduing Spread
ing of the Flames.
Kochoster, .V. Y.. April 13.-The
city of Syracuse appears to be at the
mercy of two alarming II rot, which ,
ate raging simultaneously In different J
sections of the city. j
At 'i o'clock this afternoon thei
tires were still spreading and the loss I
at that hour had already amounted to
mop- than one million dollars.
The Rochester mlllthi are on duty
in the streets and help has lieen sum-'
moned from Huffnlo ami Syracuse, j
Fire broke out In the four-story 1
building at the corner of Clhbs and j
.Main streets. From there the llames
leaMd to Saint l'etera" church In 1
(rove street and then the big Jewish I
synagogue and apartment houses on j
drove street, valued at moie than
$Xm.0oo were swept away. The Humes 1
then attacked a seoro of residences
ou that and adjoining streets and
are now spreading to other buildings.
Numerous houses are now burning I
without a single stream of water to
check tho progress of the fire.
About the same time as this fire,;
another broke out In tho First ltoiorm-
ed church on Nassau street In tin
Vther section of the city, one mile1
away. Only one lire company could
lie spared lor this lire and the church ;
building soon fell a prey to the 1
llames, which spread rapidly to ad
joining residences ami that lire Is now
spreading rapidly along the streets
of that section of tin
SERIOUS MEXICAN RIOT.
Six Policemen, Eight Rioters and,
Three Soldiers Reported Dead.
Monterey, Mexico, April 12. A spe
cial In the News from Velardona,
In the state of Duraiigo, gives the
dotalla ot serious rioting, which oe-i
furred hero on Hie night of Sat-1
urday, April 10. The rioting, which
grow out of religious differences,
six police officers, six or eight of
the rioters and three soldiers are
reported dead and many of the rioters
hnvo been arrested. ,
The village priest, believing he
had secured authority for the hold
ing of religious processions outside
of the church, started out on the
night of flood Friday with ono of
the processions ,ln which Imagos
were carried through the streets and
chants were sung. A largo crowd fol
lowed In the procession, as the In
habitants of this district are Intense
ly religious. Shortly after the pro
cession had started tho Jefe de l'o
Iltco ordered tho arrest of the priest
for violation ot tho laws of reform
and stopped the procession. The next
night, Saturday, a large crowd of
armed men entered the little town
ami proceeded to burn tho residence
of the chief of police of the town.
T'.io police force of Valerdeua, which
Is a small one, was powerless against
the mob, but opened fire ujh)ii them,
killing several. The fire was returned
by the mob nnd bIx pollconieii wore
killed and two others wounded.
Troops wero telegraphed for from
Duraugo and Immediately sent to the
scene of the disturbance. The trooiw
succeeded in quelling tho rlntlng and
made many arrests. Including the
priest and the chief of police, and
took them to Durniigo. Two of the
rioters wore shot by the soldiers
for resisting ariost. Tho affair cre
ated a groat sensation In that dis
trict and more trouble Is feared
Th" Volnrdena district Is a large
mining district, and the town of V 1
urdnin Ib the location of one of tin
larrc.t of the smelters ot tho rnc--lean
Smelting and He fining company
Head Ardmorelte want ads.
,s CH,no " DEAD?
CRAZY SNAKE 18 DuAD.
Muskogee. Okla., April I! in
innr Is In circulation hern to the .(
IV. t that Chief Chlttn llarjo. alias
Crazy Snake, hart departed for all
time to coma- from Hickory camp and
vicinity and had lieromo tho proverb
ial good Indian In the happy hunting
According to the story a member
of a Mcintosh county citltens' posse
who pursued the old chief Into the
fastness of the Tiger mountains, near
I'lerce. after the killing of Deputy
Sheriff Mention Ortom of Mcintosh
county anil Town Marshal llatim of
Chocoliih ou the evening of March
27, shot and killed Cnir.y Snake and ,
then fearing an Investigation, burled ,
the body In the brush, concluding the
ceremony by swearing all the mem
bers of the posse to secrecy. i
Asked todny Is he placed any cred
ence In the story of Cnuy Snake's
death I'iiIoii Indian Agent Kelsey said
his district agents have been contin
uously on the ground ever since the
trouble liegau and should have learn
ed of the death of the old chief if
It had occurred. No reMrt has Ihcii
received from them verifying the
.1. George Wright, Dawes commis
sioner, said today that while the
story was not an Improbable one, he
doubted Its accuracy and expected
Crusy Snake to eventually turn up In
the llesh. !! said he conversed with
Adjutant (leneral (.'anion over the tel
ephone last evening ami the latter
said that Colonel Hoy Hoffman had
returned to tho vicinity of the Hick
ory grounds to Join the doeu soldiers
left there to continue the search for
the old chleltaln. i
DESCENDANTS OF THE SIGNERS.
President and Mrs. Taft Receive De
scendants of Signers. '
Washington. D. C, April 13. I'res-,
ident and Mrs. Tuft received the Dos-,
ceiidants of the Signers, u society of
lineal descendants of tho slgnora of
the Declaration of Independence, at
the white house on Easter Monday.
The occasion was the quarterly meet
ing of the board of governors of the p
The reception at the whllo house
took place In tlio afternoon. Imme
diately before this tho members oi i
the society visited the department ol '
state to see "tho Immortal document"
which was signed by their ancestors. ;
At night they hold an entertainment
at tho Arlington Hotel, among the
speakers at which were member or
tho cabinet, United States senators
and foreign diplomats.
Today, tho l"flth anniversary or the
blitliday ot Thomas Jellerson, the de
scendants go from Washington to
visit the University of Virginia at
Charlottesville and the tomb of Jef
ferson at ills old home, Moutlccllo. Dr.
, E. A. Alderman, president of tho uni
versity, and members of the faculty
welcomed them. The visitors took
part In the Founders Day exercises
and afterward will be entertained at
luncheon on the university commons.
A committee from the local chapter
ot tho Daughters of the American
Hovolutlou will then arcoiiiiwny the
party in a procession to Montlcello
There will be ceremonies at the tomb,
with addresses by the president ot
the society ami by the mayor of
UNKNOWN MAN KILLED.
Struck by Train Near Sanger, Texas,
Sanger, Tex.. April 12. This morn
ing a southbound passenger t-aln
struck and killed an unknown white
man at Spring Creek bridge, about
a mile south of Valley View. The
train was stopped and the body pick
ed up and brought here. The man
appeared to be 80 or 55 years of age,
light complexion, with about ton
days' growth of Wuird on his face,
there wore no letters or papers about
the body or In his grip by which he
could be Identlllod. Ho bad on two
coats mid blue overalls, and an Orr
llrothers hat. lie had a telescope
grip. In which was a new suit of blue
blak serge cloth's and a medium
si ml lu'ural colored Stetson hat
also a lew razor, a pipe and some
( iitholir emblems, a cross and an
Imngc of the Virgin Mary Mo was
about 3 feet S Inches tall.
SUPREME COURT OF MISSOURI
ASSESSES COSTS OF rMjRTEEN
IN STANDARD OIL OUSTER
Sum Represents Expense of Taking
Testimony Before the Special Com
mistloner and the Feeing of the
Jefferson City, Mo.. April 13 Costa
of $11. -ICO wore taxed against tho
Standard Oil company ot Indiana, res
pondent in the recent ouster suit de
ckled adversely to It by the supremo
court of the state today.
The sum represents the cxpenso of
taking testimony before Special Com
mlssloner Robert ('. Anthony and tho
feeing of the witnesses
THE LAND SUITS
Tho reporters for the Vrdmorolto
called at the office of Judge .lame
E. Humphrey this afternoon and whon
asked about the present hltuatlon of
the land suits by the government nt
Muskogee, Judge Humphrey said,
"Tho whole question as to tho right
of the United States to maintain
the suits was now In tho hands ot
Judge Campbell for a decision. The
demurrer was argued orally com
mencing the 22ml ot March and last
ed for three days and a number
of printed' brlcfB wero filed. Wo con
fidently expect that the Judgo will
Hiistalu the demurrer- and dismiss
tlio cases, 'llhcro may be somo frauds
committed here and there nnd thu
people ot this state nre anxious that
actual frauds bo prosecuted in tho
propor courts and tho stato courta
of Oklahoma aro ahlo to caro for
tho rights ot Its citizens. Should the
court dismiss the cases It la very
doubtful It tho government would ap
peal as there Is now a now adminis
tration and some caro would bo ta
ken. If tho court should ovornilo
tho demurrers then tho demurrants
would nppoal to tho supremo court
of the United States, probably a few
solocted cases as tost propositions."
Judgo Cnmpboll said at tho conclu
sion of tho argument that owing to
the great Importance to tho stato ot
those cases, that the consideration
of the legal questions Involved should
have the right of way, that ho would
receive for flfteon days printed briefs
and aftor that give tho questions In
volved his lmmcdlato attention. It
Is probablo that tho town lot casta
will be decided this week but the
legal questions Involved In thoso
cases are ontlrely different from
tho laud cases. It Is understood that
a decision will be reailed sometlmo
Pope Is Determined.
Itorae. April 12. .V sr m! of Iclal
communication from he a' i 'i
day announces that on th" ore anion
of the beatification of Join of rc
this month the pope will rrrrlvo
the Frneh bishops and li ar their
reports In the matter of th" irparn
tioa of the church and statr In
France. He lias declared ag'u' ''ov.
ever, that he can not modify his a
tltude on this question.
"The pope has resolved to perse
vere In the status quo," Vr commu
nleatlon says, "and will abstain from
approving any combination implying
'the recognition of the separation
' Ardmorelte Want Ads l'ay
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that poworfttlly energetic and
irreslstable twister th0 Wind.
V $1300 pollcv costs less than
a penny day. Sco
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