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PACKERS WABASH S-H STORY
AMERICAN EXPLORER WILL STAY AUTHORITIES AT KANSAS CITY ARMOUR AND SWIFT PACKING
INOOGNITO AT SANITARIUM WILL NOT TAKE INITIATIVE IN COMPANY MADE DEFENDANTS
NFa HEIDELDERG. MAKINC ARRESTS. IN CIVIL ACTION TODAY.
LOWLANDS ALONG THE WABASH
ARE FLOODED AND DAMAGE
WILL DE VERY HEAVY.
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IS SERIOUSLY AFFECTED SWOPE INTERESTS TO DO IT ARE MEMBERS OF COMBINATION . IHTERURBAH SERVICE STOPPED
As ,i Rctult of Events Following Un
favorable Recognition from Copen
hagen Ooetor Cook is in a Pitiable
Condition.
Prankfoit -on tin - .Mam, Germany,
Jan. IS. It la reported here that Doc
tor Frederick A. Cook litis arranged
for a strictly Incognito stay nt a
sanitarium near Heidelberg.
The health of the explorer Is re
torted seriously affected bv the re
cent OVOUtK.
No explanation of who made the
arrangements is given, where Cook
now Ik or when he will arrho at tne
sanitarium.
Another Confeirucc Between Repre
sentatives of the Swope Estate
and ExperU at Chicago Held
Today.
Chicago. 111., Jim. IS. Another
ronfereiice between the represent
ative of the estate of the late Col
onel Thomas Swope and Professor
Walter S. Sains and Ludwig Nok
toen, who are examining the stom
achs of Colonel Swope and his
nephew, Chtistiuuu Swope, will be
In lil this afternoon.
WALSH TO LEAVE
FOR PEN T
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CHICAGO BANKER STARTS TO
LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS TO
NIGHT TO BEGIN SENTENCE.
Authorities Are Waiting.
Kansas City. Mo.. Jan. IS. The
local authorities who are working
on the Swxp" cane, ale playing a
waiting game.
Indications today were that if
any arrests are made In the near
future, It must bo at the Instlgu
tiou of the Swope Interests and
that the prosecutor's olfico will not
take the initiative.
Attorney General of Kansas Alleges
Two Packing Concerns Are Mem.
bcrs of Kansas City Produce Ex
change and Liable to Fine.
Kansas City. Mo., Jan. IS. Attorney
General .Inckmiu today began suit he
fore .Indue True In the district court
at Kansas Ciy, Kansas, against the
Armour and Swift Packing companies
and their agents In Kansas.
The Hitlt Is brought under the Kan
sas law, providing a penulty of $100
per day for corporation, which are
member of a conrtilnntloii. It in al
leged thai the Armour and Swifts are
members of the Kansas City Produce
llxchango nii-1 therefore liable.
The suit Is a civil one and the at
toruey general says it follows the In
dictments of the packers In .Missouri
on similar grounds.
Navigation Was Suspended on the
Mississippi at Memphis Today as a
Result of the Heavy Floss of Ice in
the Stream.
Here is your chance
to get ANY two-piece
Suit or Overcoat made
to ORDER for
CHANGE Of VENUE
Wabash, Ind., Jan. is. T.ie w.i'u-'i
river Is faclivg one of the uw.t d.
structivo flood In lt history and on 1
'the most favorable ondiMon will
save the city from heavy damme
All the lowlands along the Wabash
liver are InuudnUd and service on the
Port Wayno and WWbash Valley trac
Hon Hue Is expected to be ills ontin
ueil this a.ftcruoou. The cars are run
uing today through elgliteen inches of
water west of here.
Ready -to- Wear Suits & O' coats
Lot No. I, Suit or Overcoat $12.50
Lot No. 2, Suit or Overcoat 10.00
Lot No. 3, Suit or Overcoat 7.50
Chicago, III., Jan. IS. United
States Marshal Hoy announced to
day that John It. Walsh mill bo
taken to the federal prison at Leav
enworth, Kansas, tonight.
Walsh will be taken from h"io
on a train leaving nt f. o'clock this
evening. According to present plans
h" will he accompanied by Marslnl
Hoy and Deputy Marshal Thomas
.Mtddleloii.
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COURT GRANTS CHANGE OF VE
NUE ON GROUNDS OF TOPE
KA PEOPLE'S PREJUDICE.
Topeka
Dani, in
grained a
Incubator
Kan.. Jan. IS. Judge
the district court today
change of cnue In the
bsby case.
Alleged Magazine Trust.
Washington, Jan. IS. An alleged
"magazine tiust," which is declared to
control the prices and distribution ot
a large number of popular publlcu
Hons, Is now under Investl-jpitlon by
the government.
The attention of the officials ot the
' partiucut of Justice hns beuu dl
icctcd to the matter by the district
attorney's olflce In Cleveland, O., and
they have read the communication
wltii ti good deal of Interest. Tho let
ter contaiiiH Information furnished by
W. II. Itrett, public librarian of that
city, who, It Is said, was unalde to ob
tain discounts on a largo order for
magazines, having 'been to'd that a
periodical clearing house controlled
prlcis.
Navigation is Suspended.
Memphis, Tenu., .Ian. IS. Noa iga
Hon was stisp.-mUsl on the Mississippi
rier at tWts point today, on uciouut
of heavy flooa of ice, which are filling
tho river from dxuik 'o bank.
Not since 1905 luii the ice le u mi
heavy here.
MAKES NOVEL PROPOSITION
Sale Discontinues Feb. 1
Railroad Fare Refunded
I 111 West Main Street
J. J. STOLFA
776 Merchant Tailor and Clothier
nunOBunnan
ICvans of Sedalla. Mo., is
The change of venue was granted t
on the ground that the people of
ity transacting buslm-ss with . Topeku and Shawnee county are I
the Gliarailtv State ' prejimiceu ai;.uusL inn uei-juuuiua. i
will he present
C. (
In tin-
P. C. Ilngs of
Hank. Mr. ICvans
'cnlght at the Klks
home coming.
Good Things to Eat
Kisli
Oysters
Fresh nu'tits of tvll kinds
Kosher meats
CJalifornta fruits
Everything fresh ti n tl
clean. Prompt delivery
J. A. CLARK'S
.Nff.it, Fith and Oyltr Parlor
Phono 088.
Tcgelcr Case Appealed.
(Juthrie, Okla.. Jan. 17. -The court
of Criminal Appeals today heard argu
ments In the appeal of Rudolph Tcir
tier of Oklah(ina City, under a life
sentence lot' murder, and Hmurru.v
will hear t!i piesentatlon 'n Hie Dan
Scrhuer case, from Ada.
THE HOUSE ACCEPTS
CONFERENCE REPORT
CONFERENCE REPORT ON BAL
LINGER PINCHOT RESOLUTION
ADOPTED UNANIMOUSLY.
ATTENTION, ELKS.
There
Tuesday
features,
vlted.
will he a social session
night, January ISth. Special
Kvery Klk Is cordially In-COMMITTHIC.
Washington. I). C, Jan. IS. The
conference report on the llalllnger
Pluchot resolution was adopted
unanimously by the "house today.
Would Divide -1000 Acres Land Among
the Unemployed,
St. I.ouls, Mo., Jan. IT. in a .-ptc n
In which he offered to give his hold
lugs of 1,000 ncreg ot rich Arkansas
laud for division anion'.; the unemplo
ed of tlie country, Ceorgo M. Jackson.
7."i years old, ot Plggott, Ark., told the
Ilrotherhood Welfare Association to
day that he would take his laifd away
from hi.- nine heirs and give It to the
Voorest of tho people if other land
owners could be induced to adopt like
altrustlu program.
"I am an old ni.in not likely to live
long, and 1 have nine descendants who
would In the iiatin.il course of event
bo made rich by the Inheritance of
! my fortune, tmt my love for them is
so great, and my fear that tho land
, will be taken fumi them by the cap-
it.illsts of the country, that 1 will he
the Urst to voluntarily throw all my
' land into a common body which shall
! he Mdstiibuted by tho government
I among the whole people. If this Is
j not done my children's children will
be landless Inside of a generation."
NOW IN CONVENTION
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE CON
VENTION OF UNITED MINE
WORKERS AT INDIANAPOLIS. (
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Indianapolis, lml., Jan. IS. The
niinual convention of the United
Mine Workers of Noith Amerka.
which opened here today will be
practically devoted to tho Interests
of the thousands of men who are
working In the coal Holds of the
wholu country. More than l.lon del
egates are expected.
WEATHER FORECAST.
New Orleans, l,a., Jan. 18'.
TJie weather forecast for
Okluhoiun. for tonight Is
fair and warmer in the north
west pail of the stale. Wed
nesday fair and warmer In
the east
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HAS A BAD BLAIF
; OPERA HOUSE, NEWSPAPER OF
FICE AND SEVERAL STORES
I DESTROYED AT ASHLAND,
LOOKS LIKE THEY'LL
GET STATEHOOD, TOO
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i: That there Is one of tho clean- It
tt tt J j: est candy factories here that tt
it Telephone- -1 Wl can bo found, Tho Crown tt
it ARDMORE ABSTRACT CO. it xt llrand on Candles and Carbon, tt
tt Oldest in tho County tt tt tiled beverages Is the sign of tt
t: W. 8. Wolverton & Son tt tt purity. Help home Industry, tt
t: ..Managers tt , tt Insist on getting the CROWN tt
it llonded Abstractors of Carter tt tt HRA.N'U. tt
tt County (ionerul Insurance, tt , tt CROWN BOTTLING AND tt
i! Money to loan on City and tt ti MANUFACTURING WORKS tt
tt Parm pioperty. tt ' tt MORGAN' J. HAYIvS, tt
ti IP! North Washington St tt tt President and Manager. tt
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Charles ". Swingle ot the firm
of Swingle .t Underwood, has gone
t i Madlll where he was called to In
stall some new motors for a con
cern there.
I- Knsley of Sulphur Is In the
city on a brief lsit. He .says Sher
iff Maxwell Is confined to his bod
i and is wry sh k, but nt his re
quest his trial has proceeded. Tho
prosecution has not yet uncovered
nnythlng wrong with his adinlni.t
trillion and a complete exoneration
Is expected.
Farm Loans
Burwell & Dexter are
making farm loans, as
heretofore without any
delay, They inspect all
lands and pay cash down.
Office over Guaranty
State Bank.
After getting liis picture In the
papers man) . man who started
! out in searca ' fame lets It go at
, that.
Conference of Governors.
Washington Jan. IS. The open
ing gun in the congressional cam-
pnlgn for general Interstate com
merce legislation was fired today,
when tho Iioubo committee on In-
tc-i state and foreign coinniurco hel l ,
Its first meeting. Plans were made
to continue tho healings daily tin- i
tP all the doiHrud facts have een
obtained.
Chairman Muuii litis announced
that all bills inneiidatory of, sup
plementary to affecting the act to
regulate commerce, or affecting tho
facilities for transportation, or reg
ulations, and practices regarding
transportation, will bo given a full
hearing by the committee.
HOUSES PASSES BILL FOR SEP
ARATE STATEHOOD FOR ARI
ZONA AND NEW MEXICO.
Ashland, Ponn., . Jan. IS. Tho
Ashland opera house was destroyed
by fire, the office of the Ashland
Telegram wns practically ruined and
the stock of several buslucaa
places damaged by flames early to
day. The loss is estimated at $SO,00.
I Washington, I). C, Jan. IS.- The bill
I udmlttlux Arizona and New .Mexico
! was passed by the house yesterday
! afternoon without opposition, this being
! the unmt striking feature of tile ile
i bate. Prlends of tho moiisure are
coulideut of Its passage by tho sonata
ii, bill provUes the limitations that
are to prevail In the power ot the
states lo legislate, restricting the snl.i
ot liquor among the Indians and pftv
vidlng methods of slate orgunlnallon
HIS BUSINESS GROWING
LISTEN
I have all sorts of stutY listed lo trade, such as drug stocks,
grocery stocks, hard wave stocks, drygojds stocks, general
merchandise stocks, transfer lines, livery rdables, city prop
erty, farm lands-, lu.tols, clc , und what you have been trying
to sell might match huiuo of these deals. Us.t your property
with nie und lot's make a trade. Your business given prompt
attention. Am also m ikitu' f n'.;i ar.d city loans. Don't fail
to sue mu if you w.uu. to ti til yuur pi'o,)Lity, no matter what
you want.
O. L. CHANCELLOR
Office Randol lildg., over Dltzlor
Office phono 111 Res. phone 322 Dry Goods Co.
SEE ME
Por hnrnalns In the Wheeler
Oil District, Arhucklu Mining
District nntl Wushita Valley
lands. I buy direct from tho
allottee which saves the pur
chaser a nlco margin.
B. S. CURTIS
Olllcn .Sims Pennington lildg.
Ollleo Phono fill, Res. Phono
85(1 Rod.
Money! Money!
$100,000 has been set aside
for me by tl i Union Central
Li fe 1 nsu rain'o Co. to loan on
farms between now a n d
March 1st. 1 have privato
funds to loan. Inspect my
oaii loans. Always have
the money.
GEORGE R. FISH
Uoom 8 Noble Bulg.
! T. B. Cathey Has Leased the Wyatt
Barn on South Washington.
The City Livery Stable Is branch
ing out these days. After the Wyatt
stable on South Washington discontin
ued, Mr. i"uthey, proprietor of this
popular barn, leased the stable form
erly ocmpieil by Mr. Wyatt and has
moved all his heavy ttiUT such as de
livery wagons, laundry wagons and
couiitr rigs to the South Washington
site,
Mr Cathey say the generous pat
lounge of the people has made his
piosptrity possible and he d sires to
thank one and all of them for their
pauonge and their kind words
Epttcrn Star Charter1,
(iiitlirle, Okla., Jan. 17. A charter
wis Issued today for the consolidated
Order of the K.istcin Star of Oklaho
ma, which includes tho former Juris
dh Hons of both territories. Tho trus
ttes are Ala T. Martin of Miuiow,
John (1. Lindsay of Norman mid Kittle
Lee MrChiln of Stlllwiit-r.
Prod Horn, the tailor, left hero to
day lor Saint Louis and Chicago
win re in- will buy his spring stock
of gooiK
I For Monument at Gettysburg.
Richmond, Va.. Jan. IS. The CI- t
tysbuig Monument Commission .-. com
I petition for mulels and designs for
the reposed monument to Virginia
) t loops will close tojav. Several prom
! liieut artists have submitted designs.
The memorial Is to be placed In what
, is known as Spangler Woods, tho
I point from which (Jen. Lee observed
the ineinor.iible charge up CeiiK-terv
I Ridge. The commission expects to
' spend uljout $50,000 on the project
i Col. Thomas Smith, secretary ot tho
commission, made tho following an
' iiounceinent In regard to the monu
' incut:
"It Is the determination f tlV Vlr
gliiluu commission that this nu mortal
shall bo a record of all the Virginia
troops engaged In tho buttle at Get
tysburg and It Is desired that the de
sign shall be of u form to accomplish
this paramount purjHjse. The coniiuls
1 slon plans for a monument surmount
( ii by an equestrian tlguie or Genoral
Robert K. Lee, but will consider plans
without --in h equestrian figure, but of
fei the lu a. hievlng the object of the
intemh-d tribute.
Miss Sue Frame will take
your order for any book
or magazine delivered at
publishers' prices.
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COLD STORAGE MARKET.
Phone 12. Phone 59.
Ramsey & Ramsey
Farm and City Loans
We inspect our own loans
200 W. Main -St.
Ardmorc, Okla.
$100,000
TO LOAN
on Favm and City Properly
Most Kuu.somiblc Terms
GENERAL INSURANCE
GORMAN, BOGIE & DOBBINS
Over City National liank
Phone 50 AUDMORE, OKLA.
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