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tx&ttt VOLUME XV CITY EDITION A tt DM ORE, OKLAHOMA V KONKSUA ICVKN1NCJ AlMil L II M10!) NUMB ICR 2(; To Get The Greatest Value Fv Your Money In Clothes ? wing You will miss it, if you don't his store and look at the exceptional values we offer j Men's New Model Sack Suits at $15 to $25 They are the same sort of suits your tailor would charge $25 to $50 for. We stand ready to prove this, if you so wish, but you will be able to see it for your self the moment yju examine these splendidly hand fashioned suits. Not a new style nor fabric is missing If you want the best there is in ready-for-service gar ments, then don't fail to come here. INDIANA HAS NIGHT RIDERS HEAVY LAND OWNER OF SOUTHERN INDIANA REPORTS VISIT FROM MASKED RIDERS. HIS TENANTS ARE WARNED ornddeii'd The Home of Hart Schaltner Marx Clothes. TURKEY QUIET AGA1NJ0DAY SULTAN GRANTED THE DEMANDS tfa f t j . SNOWSTORM RACING. l.acroHKc. AVIs.. April 1 1. A set ere stnowstorm 1b rutting here. Throe Inches him already fallen anil there Is no kIkii of any abatement OF THE MUTINOUS TROOPU GOVERNMENT WINS SUIT HELD RIOTOUS CELEBRATION ''S ADDING SPIRITS TO WHISKEY. Demanded Changes In Turkish Cab-, Inet Granted by the Sultan. Catscs the Soldiers -o Indulge in Joyous) Rioting. I Constantinople, 'IMrKoy, Ap.ll lJ j The city 1 (litieter today. Thr Mil- j dlerx Indulged in riotous eol-'biutton j last night, tho miltun having grunted , all their domnnds. It watt olliclally continued tod:i that Itoflk ruHha, minister of Jiistli- . wan killed mid tho minister of r a 1 rlne wounded yesterday. I The Turkish cabinet resinned yen-1 t onlay and resignations of tho niem-j her were accepted. No detlnlte announcement of the new cabinet has yet been innde and an a result there Is a renewal of public anxiety. Tito soldiers still appear to lie In nn ugly mood and circulato through the street ilrliif; rlllos. Hands of students nro also parading. Cincinnati. O.. April II Tho Jury today brought In a verdict in favor of the government in the unit against W. IL Corbln & Company, whiskey dealers of this city, ohinf ed with adding spirits to whlskev la barrels, after tho revenue stamp had been affixed. MANY WANT OFFICE UNUSUAL NUMBER OF CANDIDAT ES FOR OFFICE IN STATE FED ERATION OF LABOR. New Oklahoma Corporations. nuthric, April 11 Article of in corporation llled with tho secretary of State yesterday are a follows: Missouri Development Co., of Okla homa City. $2.1.000. The Olila. Oil and fin Co.. of Till n. $10,000. Chapman I.ennnn Zinc Co.. of Now Jersey appointed K. W. Kliinan of (iuthrie a state agent upon whom legal papers can be served. The Okmulgee llellnlUK Co.. of Ok mulgee Inrroased Its capital stock from $.10,000 iO $7(1,000. Tho Texas County Produce Co.. of (luyinon. Okln.. llled articles of Incorporation. :: FARM AND CITY LOANS. Wo aro in position now to mak0 quick loana on good farms and city property for C. 7 and 10 yean. Inference to any bank In Ardmore as to our reliability. K DREW & RAMSEY. B "Talk about candidates there aro more than 2no candidates for the III olllce of the state federation of la bor." said Secretary .1. l.uther I.angs ton yesterday. "The nominations wi re mado by the various local organizations over tho state. Kueh local Is entiled to notnlunte any man It sees nt for any ollleo within tho gift of tho federa tion. So mnny of the locals had fa vorltoB for various positions that tho nominations came in a veritable shower. All of tho present olllcors have been renominated. "It Is quite unlikely that there will he any selection on tho first hnllot. Knch of tho nominee is notified ny letter, and If he accepts his name Is placed on tno ballots, which aro then sent to every orioal In the state. It takes only a simple majority to elect. If there lie no majority, nil aro dropped from tho list oxuupt tho two highest nnd tho locals aro then asked to select ono of thoin." The nominations closed Saturday and notices wpre sent out to tho va Hons nominees yesterday. Nomlnoos have until April 22 to signify thnlr acceptance. The ballots will likely not reach the locnls until nbout May 1. and it will probably ho a month later before the returns aro received anil the first count mado. Oklaho-man. : : : HASKELL AN ODD FELLOW. Muskogee, Okla.. April II.--I,y special dlspenn.il ion, Gov eruor Haskell thl afti moon received the Odd Follows' de cree and lieontuo n member of the order. Two thousand Odd 1-Vllows are here attending the grand lodge session, which will last until Thursday afternoon. 4. .j. -j. .j. 4. 4. ( .;. 4. 4. ANOTHER DOMESTIC TRAGEDY Masked Men Tell Them Not to Pay DOMESTIC TROUBLE AT KANSAS More Rent Than One-Third of the CITY LED TO MURDER AND SU1 Crop Threats Made to Destroy CDE OF LABORER. Growing Crops. , Washington, Ind., April 11. NIrI I riders aro now terrorizing tho laii I owners and tho tenants In the vlein-j lty of Harrlinan's Terry, south o I here. Wllllani Schrelucke. owner of , seven hundred acres In that neigh-1 borhood, reports that twenty men on ( horseback visited all of his tenants ' nnd Informed them that If they paid j a greater rent than one-third of the crop raised, that their crops would be mowed down before they ripened. 1 Kansas City, Mo., April 1 1 - -Krnnk Williams, aged 51, a lattorer today shot nnd killed his wife. Addle, aged 19, and then committed suicide. ! rtomostle trouble is the cause assigned. TAFT LEASES EVANS HOME. GENERAL RELIGIOUS REVIVAL Tnft Takes Admiral's Home In Massa chusetts for Summer Home. Washington. I). C. April 11. The olllcial announcement was made today that 1'resldeut Taft has leased the cottage of Henr Admiral Kvans at Woodslde l'olnt. llovpriy, Mass., for lie summer. CHRISTIANS PEOPLE OF CITY ARE UNITING FORCES INTO ONE MEETING. WOMAN'S PLEA OF GUILTY Itev. 1). X. Curb and Uov. Hall, a brother of Dr. Hull, who Is conduct- ' Iiib tho religious revival here, held services on the streets yesterday aft ernoon. They took their text from the. subject of Jonah and Nlunevah. ; Tho services wero very Impressive j and all persons wero urged to at-1 tend the meeting now In progress at the skating rink building on West .Main street. Meetings are being held day and night and the Interest In creases with each service. The church bad to be abandoned on ac count of tho need of more room and , last night the seating capacity of tho rink was filled. Tonight other chairs will be placed In tho building ' and more people can bo accommo dated. Tho ministers of tho city general ly aro taking part In tho meeting. .Members of all the church choirs are represented in the choir and the (lospel singing Is ono of tho attrac-; tivo features of tho servlcos. At tho meeting last night a nuin-1 her of people signified that they would like to be Christians and a , meeting was held after tho close of tho preaching service to talk with the penitents. The pcoplo aro becoming Intensely Interested and a dozen people a day ask you to bo at tho services. It seems that this is tho beginning of a great moral and dollgious awaken-' lug in tho city. Additional chairs have been pro vided for the accommodation of tho crowds tonight ami thero will be room for all who go. NURSE WHO KILLED NEW YORK PHYSICIAN, GUILTY OF MANSLAUGHTER. New York. X. Y.. April 11. Sarah Kotten, charged with tho murder of Dr. Martin W. Auspitzo last August, pleaded guilty to manslaughter In tho first degreo here today and was re manded for sentence next Friday. Tho crime to which the young wo man pleaded guilty was sensational. She killed Auspitzo. she said, because he attacked her, while she was under the lnilucnce of nn anesthetic. She was a nurse In a sanitarium, which Auspitzo conducted. LUMBERMAN A SUICIDE MARTIN L. BOYLE, PROMINENT LUMBERMAN SWALLOWED CAR BOLIC ACID AT MUSKOGEE. WAS DUE TO DESPONDENCY Dead Man Was Well Known In Iowa. Kansas and Oklahoma Brooded Over His Wife's Death and Finan cial Losses. Muskogee, Okla., April 13. tirlef over tho haw of his wife, who died about a year ago, anil brooding over tho losMim that he sustained In tho lire which destroyed tho (Senium and Carolina buildings in this city lasw .lanuary, caused Mnrtln I,. Doyle. lumberman well known throughout Iowa. Kansas and Oklahoma to take his own life. The lM)dy of Itoylo was found this morning In his room at the Vcudomc holl. An empty bottle labeled car bolic acid lay on tho iloor Ivesldo tn? bed and on the table In the room was a pathetic letter addressed to John W. Harnett of Fort (ilbson. Okla., directing the disposition I lloyle's effects and arranging for his funeral. Doyle was past his sixtieth year, lie had been despondeud since lh- death of his wife, to whom ho was de voted, and harbored the fear this his age would soon prevent him irom si curing employment, and that no would become a charge on his rela tives. At tho time of tho flro which destroyed tho (ierma nand Carolina buildings Hoyle had rooms In the (lor man building and he was a heavy loser In the lire. Hoyle formerly llvd In t'entervllle. Iowa. PENSION TEXAS-RANGERS TEXAS REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS WANT PENSIONS PAID RANGERS. STOP SALE OF OLD ARMS REPORT THAT DISCARDED WEAP ONS OF UNCLE SAM ARE GOING TO REVOLUTIONISTS. Big Reward for Starr, (iuthrie, Okla.. April 11. Henry Starr, formor bandit, for whom a re ward of more thnn $:i,000 was offered for his supposed connection with the robbery of a bank In Tyro, Kan.. Is riding f 1 om plnco to placo In tho eastern part of the state and no ap parent effort Is being made to ap turo him. Starr was In Honryottn about three weeks ago ami stayed all night at the house of a friend. Starr wns on his way to tho Southwost, and Is snld to bo going to Mexico. Washington. D. C. April 11. Or ders have been issued at tho war do partmeiit stopping tho practice of selling discarded arum of tho Unltod States army. It has been reorted that rov il l tlonlsts In Central and South Ameri ca have obtained arm in tho Unite Stilton in this manner. Tho police of Chicago have a'fo complained against tho indiscriminate sale of old Springfield rllies, pointing out that they might Imperil the com munity In time of not or strike. TAFTS GO TO NEW YORK PRESIDENT AND FAMILY TO VISIT NEW YORK RELATIVES AND TAFT TO YALE MEETING. DEFEAT TAX LEVY. Fire at Cleburne, Texas. 1 Cleburne, Texas. April 1U. The Hlaik dry goods company stock was d ""roved I llr and water early th'q morning In ? $10,000 insur-air- unknown The policies were In Mir saft nnd the bookkeeper Is out of town Halt a ladles rooming up stalrn had a narrow escape and Missouri Senate Against Levying Twenty-Five Cents Per Thousand Jefferson City, Mo., April 1 1. The state senate today defeated the bill levying twenty-five cents per thou sand dollars of the capitalization of corporations doing business In Missouri. TO VOTE THIS AFTERNOON. State Wide Prohibition Amendment to Be Voted On. Jefferson City, Mo April 11 The bill to submit tho stato wldo prohi bition constitutional amendment to a vote of tho people, will como up Washington. D. f . April II. Pres ident W. H. Taft. Mr. Taft and oth er members of the family left here today for New York. Tho president and Mr. Taft will be guests of the president' brother, Honry W. Taft, tomorrow. The presi dent will then go to Now Haven to attend tho liimlni .- meeting of the Yale corporation. ? WEATHER FORECAST. Xew Orleans. La.. April 11 h The governux 1 weather fon fr ast for Oltiahr a for tonight .j. H and Thursday n unsettled and f cooler tonli'ht lu the western portion of tin i t;ito Washington. April 13. Senator' Culberson and Representatives Ilur leson and (Inrnor will appear before Jesse U. Wilson, assistant secretary of tho Interior, tomorrow to pre sent an appeal from tho nillug of the commissioner of pensions lu the matter of pensioning Texas Rang er. Tho pension commission held that tho members of only such companion for whosu services the fodoral government has compensat ed tho atato of Texas aro entitled to a pension. In presenting Its claims under tho Durloson bill for compensation tho state of Texas did not ask r lmbursomont for all of tho com panies which It had put In tho field against the Indians ami frontier ma'rauders, and the pension com mlssloner holds Hint tho member of the companies not mentioned In the state's claims have no pension ablo status. This affects between 300 and 100 of the votorau. Representative Hurleson contends that he drew tho bill Intentionally broad enough to cover all of the Rangers who could prove participa tion In this service, and Senator Culberson alio holds to that view. The case of tho Ranger will be presented lu a brief prepared by Col. W. . Robeson, followed by oral arguments by Senator Culberson and Representative Hurleson and darner New Race In China. Xew York. April 13. Duck from an extended trip of exploration In Chi na and Thibet, during which he made Interesting discoveries along the Chi nese (ireat Wall, llr. Wllllani Kdgar Hell of Doyestown, Da., arrived today on the steamship Mlunohnlia from London. Dr. (loll traced tho Oroat Wan a distance of 1,800 miles from tho roast to the northorn border or , Thibet, discovering about two hundred 1 miles of the wall that had not been j mapped. Dr. (Jell Is the only living man who ever traveled the full h ngih of the wall. H- conllrnird reports of the e ,1 tri'T of a wild race of Chinese pig ml 1 In the mountains north of the Wall, wluro they havo lived for Specials That Are Specials Never in the history of the IMG STORM hae we of. fend ou such bargains and values as we oiler i.u 111 tin. II I KICK DAYS SALIC. Thursday, bridn and Saturday. Merchandise that draws and attracts i rowds every day in the week to 0111 store, thrown in this sale at prices that means a ureat sacrifice to us and a j'reat saving to you. NOTIC IC VICKY PKICIC. o inch Crepe Dc Chcnc in assort fshades, i .00 regular, special All 27 inch Taffetas in the solid shades, 1.00 regular, three days price All inch "KufT Weave" Silk, regular 1.00, special All 30 inch Foulards, 1.25 and 1.50 values, this sale All -'o inch Fancy TafTcttas, worth 50c to 65c, special All 27 inch "Kulf Weave" Silk, assort shades and 75c values, three days per yard ,75c ,75c 87c ,97c 39c 54c All v inch Liberty Satins, in assort shades, Q i 4 a worth up to 1 50 yard, special per yard 4) 1 . 1 U 30 inch (Million Dutches, 25c values, this sale i nr per yard 1 I C 30 inch India Pongee, beautiful assort patterns, 4 n special per yard 1 iC AH 32 inch Zephyr Ginghams, 25c regular, i n this sale per yard 1 C All 25c White Waistings, special per yard only 90 inch Linen Sheeting, 1.50 regular, three days price 1 9c $1.29 M in. Air Line Cloth, just the thing for gradu- ni ation costumes, 1 .00 and 1.25 regular, 79cand..VaC 14 inch Wash Batiste, 75c, 85c and 1.00 regu- ni lar, this sale 59c, 69c and OJL Two dozen Pearl Buttons, for 5c 1 big lot children's fancy sox, the kind and style 4 q you need, regular 25c, special I VC 1 lot rubber hair pins, 25c regular, this sale itj per do.en liC 1 big lot ladies' black and tan guaze hose, 4 4 worth 20c, this sale per pair I 1 C Ladies' 25c hose supporters, special 19c Ladies' 50c hose supporters, sale price 42c That the men may know we carry the best line of fur nishing in the town we offer a few specials To get you acquainted with our big stock of clothing, furnishings, in fact everything that man wears. 75c 7c 1 lot Men's $1.00 Dress Shirts, for three days each Men's black and tan hose, the best 10c on earth, three days pair . Mens 50c Work Shirts, special 39c Men s 75c Black Satteen Shirts 55c Big lot Men's Wash Ties, beautiful assortment colors and designs, these ties are bargains at 25c, but fur three days 19c Sorsby Guilty of Murder. ,lackon, Mi.ss . Amil 1 ' V vcrdut of guilty "f murder w.m returned today In tho cane of William Sornby who shot and killed CharU- Fitz gerald, poitolflco Inspector, and the penalty fixed at Imprisonment for life lu the state penlt e".'rv for nounccment wub n.ado by the couiv c for tho d'fiU'e tin mo Ion would i.? mane lor a n w trial, n preliminary for tho supreme court Head Ardmorelto waul adi -h DO IT NOW. i' Tho Tornado Season U hero Protect your property from that Ioverfully fnergetlc and lrroslstable twister tb0 Wind. A 11500 policy costa leas than a penny day. Sco :: GOIIMVX, DOGIB & DOBBINS Over City National Hank. t;ti:tttntti:tttt:i:ttt :i t: t: thrlr offo(ti! were damaged late this afternoon. u-entv ci nturlc. Ardiuorclto Want Ads Pay.