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A RDM ORE, OKLAHOMA WICDNKsDAY KVKNINU .JANUARY I'.MOIO
NUMBER If I
VOLUME XVI
III! I WALSH COUNT ZEPPELIN TO FIRE BRILL SAVES CALEB POWERS
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Annual Clearing Sale!
BEGINS SENTENCE BUILO A 8IC AIRSHIP
LIVtS OF CHILDREN
WOULD RUN
CHICAGO FINANCIER PASUED GERMAN AERONAUT PLANS TO CATASTROPHE AT COFFEYVI LLE, BUT A JAIL TERM DOCSNT QUAL
THROUGH KANSAS CITY THIS CONSTRUCT AN AIRSHIP TO KANSAS, AVERTED DY USE OF 'FY FOR CONGRESS, HIS ENE
MORNING ON THE WAY. CARRY THREE HUNDRED. THE FIRE DRILL. MIES SAY.
PROTtCTED FROM THE CAMERA PUT Oil PASSENGER SERVICE ROOF OF BUILDING COLLAPSED REPUBLICANS ARE ALARMED
Son of the Chicago Danker Attacked
Newspaper Photographers at Kan.
sas City as They Tried to Get Pic
ture of Convicted Man.
Kiiiiciis City, Mo., Ja.1. 10. John It.
H'tilsli. former Chicago financier on
his way to tin; federal prison at Fort
Leavenworth to 'servo a sentence of
live years for misapplying the fundi
of the Chicago National Rank, arrived
In Kansas City this morning.
The awed (banker slept fairly well
last nZsht and between trains here ap
loured cheerful.
'As the party of officials and rela
tives, accompanying Walsh alighted,
from tlits Chicago train, the newspa
per photographers who raised their
cameras to take snap shots of the trav
elers, were attacked by John W.
Walsh, a son of the prisoner,
add personals
Will Have Regular Service From
Hamburg to London Service Also
From Hamburg to Cologne and
Baden-Uadcn. .
Cologne, Trance, Jan. l'J. Count
Zeppelin, whoso aerial flights in
dirigible balloons attracted wide at
tention, Is planning a monster air
ship, capable of carrying !!00 pas
sengers, which he proposes to uso
in a passenger service between Ham
burg and Loudon.
Service will also, lie maintained
between Hamburg and Cologne and
liadcu-ltadcii.
More Than Three Hundred Children, T Kcnluckian's Opponents Won't
in Line, Marched From Their Foraet the Goebel Case-One Paper
Rooms to Safety None of the Chli- Savs Hc Gt Rlch 1,1 ,he Penltentl
dren Injured. i arY'
Only A Number Now.
Leavenworth, Kan., Jan. 111. John
It. Walsh arrived at the federal prison
at 12:0i'i today and began serving his
sentence. Ills "number as a convict
will bo rt&Cl.
Tom Harris, a former citizen of this
town, Is here en route to his home at
I'oi tales, N. M.. from Tennessee,
where he has been on a holiday Islt.
.Mrs. Harris, accompanied him on the
trip and Is now in .Marietta vUltlng
with her mother. .Mrs. Freeman.
.1. I. Fox, trainmaster of the llock
Island, with headquarters at Shawnee,
was here last n.M visiting K. U.
Goo'Jmuii, local manger of the West
ern Union.
TURKISH BUILDING IS
DESTROYED BY FIRE
BUILDING, WHERE PARLIAMENT
SITS IN CONSTANTINOPLE,
PRACTICALLY CONSUMED.
Coffeyville, Kan., Jan. lit. The fire
dilll today probably saved many
lives, when following the collapse
of the roof over a portion of the
McKiulcy school building, il.'O chil
dren In line, marched from their
rooms to safety. None of them were
hint.
Workmen were repairing the roof
on a new addition, when It col
lapsed, hurling four men forty feet
to the ground. One of tho workmen
was probably fatally hurt and three
others more 01 less seriously Injured.
ARE ISSUED TODAY
WARM WEATHER AND RAINS IN
OHIO VALLEY CAUSE WARN
INGS TO BE SENT OUT.
Constantinople, Jan. l'J. The Pal
aco of Cheragan, where parliament
sits, was practically destroyed by fire
today.
The chamber of deputies was btirn
( J out and the state hall so badly
damaged that It cannot be occupied
again.
Money! Money!
$100,000 has been sot aside
lor mo by th Union Central
Lifolnsuranco Co. to loan on
farms between now a n 1
March 1st. 1 have private
funds to loan. Inspect my
own loans. Always have
the money.
GEORGE R. FISH
Room ;i
Noble I3ld'.
Washington, I). C Jan. It). Warn
ings of flood stages on the Ohio
and some of Its large tributaries
have been Issued by the weather btl
j lean on account of tho warm weath
er and the rains. The Ohio river is
rising gradually.
c(ording to tho forecast the flood
stages are not probable except In
the vicinity of Uvansvlllc, lnd.
Good Things to Eat
Fish
Oysters
Fresh meats of all kinds
Kosher meats
California fruits
Everything fresh a n d
clean. Prompt delivery
J. A. CLARK'S
Mrai, Fiih anJ Oyitrr Parlor
Phone 033.
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ARDMORE ABSTRACT CO.
Oldest In tho County
W. S. Wolverton & Son
..Managers
Rondel Abstractors of Carter
County. (leneral Insurance.
.Money to loan on City and
Farm property,
lia North Washington St.
KEEP IT IN MIND.
That there Is one of tho clean
est candy factories Jicre that
can bo found, Tho Crown
Hi and on Caudles and Carbon
ated beverages is tho sign of
purity. Help home Industry,
Insist on getting the CKOWN
BRAND.
CROWN BOTTLING AND
MANUFACTURING WORKS
MORGAN J. HAVKS,
President and Manager.
ALLEGED CRUELTY TO PATIENTS
IN STATE INSANE ASYLUM TO
BE PROBED FULLY.
St. Joseph, Mo., Jan. IK. The grand
Jury began an Investigation of tho al
leged cruelty to patients In the state
asylum for Insane here today.
An attendant is accused of having
beaten a negro male patient almost
to death seeral weeks ago, Other
similar cases are reported.
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Farm Loans
Burwell & Dexter are
makin" farm loans, as
heretofore without any
delay. They inspect all
lands and pay cash down.
OHice over Guaranty
State Bank.
LISTEN
I have all sorts of stun' listed to trade, such as drug stocks,
grocery stocks, hardware stocks, dry gojds stocks, general
merchandise stocks, transfer lined, livery stables, city prop
erty, arm lands, hotels, etc , and what you have been trying
to soil might match some of these deals. List your property
with me and let's make a trade. Your business given prompt
attention. Am also m.vkiu f ir ti and city loans. Don't fail
to sue mo if you w.uU.. u trido ;.ur property, no matter what
you want.
O. L. CHANCELLOR
Office Randol nidg., over Dltzlor
Office phono ill. Ret), phone 322. Dry Goods Co.
SEE ME
For bargains In the Wheeler
Oil District, Arhueklt) Mining
District and Washita Valley
I.iikIh. I buy direct from tho
allottee wliioh saves tho pur
chaser a nice margin.
B. S. CURTIS
Otllco Situs 1'euiiliiRton Hldg.
Olllco Phono nil, Res. Phono
850 Red.
Lexington, Ky Jan. IS CV.il I'm
ers, three tiinos eouxlcted of the (J.i"
bel murder and fluull) pardoned, i
i making a fight against Don ,1'. lid
I wards in the Kleventh Kentucky Con
gressional District for the repuill an
nomination for congress. Powers Is
being watched closely by the leader
of both parties by the republicans
with much alarm and by the demo
crats with some hopefuliie.w. The
eleventh is a repiib'ican distil, t at.'
.he deiiKK'ratH say they j-ec a chance
to put tho4r man in congrt a
The conservative republican lead, r
denounce Powers ;a an ex-comb'
openly, and say that ,c has no ritchi
even to ask for theponltlon. A poster
announcing that "a Jail term l no
(pialiflcatUm for congn sV h...- neen
postcil in various part- of the dls
trlct. Recently an Interview with -nn
servativo republicans was puhllshid
in wh.ch It was said: "We piiiKnv
the nomination of Henry Voutsey for
governor on an S-year-in the.peu1tet.U
nry slogan; he ought to win It." Many
papers fn the district are taking raps
at Pow ers for presuming' to be a can
dldate, while several others hae
championed hi.s cause and say that
there are men in the conservative ele
ment of the party who could be sent
to the penitentiary anil innde to stay
thore.
The Somerset Herald says that a
i pardon never vln ll :ites and thnt for
j this reason Powers still can be term
, ed the murderer of Governor Goebel
1 by those who want to apply it to him.
The Wayne County Outlook ways:
i "Power's eight years In the penlten
i tlary were years of rich graft. He
i went in without a dollar; ho came
out with plenty of cash and rich eoal
I lauds."
, Caleb Powers was secretary of state
In Kentucky under Coventor Taylor
I In l'JOb. William (iotibel, the demo
cratic elaituaut of the gubernatorial
office, was shot January 30 while
walking In the state capltol grounds
about noon. Tho shot was fired from
, a 'window In tho capltol building. Goe
bel died a few days later.
j Soon after Goebel's death Powera
( was arrested on a warrant charging
' him with complicity In the murder.
At tho time of his arrest he waa trying
, to escape to the mountains on a train.
Ho was disguise Governor Taylor
ordered the release of Powers and oth
ers arrested In connection with the
' murder, but hip order was Ignored and
soon afterwards Gov. Taylor fled to
Indiana, where he has since made his
home. Henry Voutsey, clerk in the
office of the repiib'ican tate auditor,
was convicted of firing the shot which
killed Coebel and ho Is serving a life
sentence. It was charged that Pow
, ors planned the killing. At his first
trial he receive! a life sentence, (but
! a new trial was granted. At the sec
jond trial he was sentenced to death,
' but again a new trial was granted and
tho third penalty prescribed was life
imprisonment. Omc more a now trial
was ordered. This ended last week In
Georgetown when the jury disagreed.
June 11, 190S, Governor Wilson pard
oned Powers, who had spent nearly
eight years in ..rHon.
Here is your chance
to get ANY two-piece
Suit or Overcoat made
to ORDER for
Ready -to-W ear Suits & O1 coats
Lot No. 1, Suit or Overcoat
Lot No. 2, Suit or Overcoat
Lot No. 3, Suit or Overcoat
$12.50
10.00
7.50
Sale Discontinues Feb. 1
Railroad Fare Refunded
J. J. STOLFA
111 West Main Street 77ie Merchant Tailor and Clothier
LACK lltlli'iHl
IN LIFE INSURANCE
PRESIDENT OF FIDELITY MUTUAL
COMPANY IN AN ADDRESS
TELLS OF THE LOSS.
POLICYHOLDERS P THE TOIL
Fouso Says Policy Holders Pay from
Fifteen to Twenty Millions a Year,
Becausn of Lack of Uniformity in
Laws and Practices.
Washington, Jan. lit Kroin llfteeii
to twenty million dollars a year Is
the toll paid by the life Insurance
policy holders of this country as a re
sult of the lack of uniformity In state
Insurance laws and practices, accord
ing to 1 1. G. Fouso. This Is at least
live pur cent of the yearly 'payments
to polliy holders and beneficiaries, he
figures. Mr. Fouse, who Is president
of the Fidelity i.MuUial Mfe Insurance
Company of Philadelphia, made these
flguies known today In an address be
fore the third annual meeting or the
Association of Life Insurance presi
dents, In session here. He Is a mem
ber of the executive committee of the
association.
"The magnitude of the Inteivits In
wdved Is stupendous," said Mr. Fouse.
"Some twenty-five (billion dollar.? --f
life Insurance in various forms are in
force in the United States with area- 1
undated assets 01 four 'billion dollars
I of which three and one-half billions ,
are held by the legal reserve compa
nies. Over one-third, of the ixtpulatlon
; has a direct Interest In life Insurance
and 4iioro than onehalf of the remain
, lug two-thirds an Indirect Interest It
Is exceedingly Important that waste
and unnecessary taxation be stopped
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while extending ample security and
. protection to the Interests Involved.
"Some would seek to accomplish the
desired end through national laws and
supervision; others thioiiKh the hnr
moulxlug of state laws and radices.
For the present we are particularly
Interested In the latter. It Is a fact
that cannot be controverted that the
lack of harmony In laws and practices
has been a detriment to the business.
In recent years, however, we have
been drifting towards uniformity and
harmony, and there are many who be
lieve that the laws of the various
states can 'o made consistent and
homogeneoiti,, and that It would be
better for all concerned that the busi
ness be conducted under such Im
proved laws rather than under a cen
tralized administration. Hence, If the
uniformity hoped for tun lio accom
plished there will ,be no need of na
tional laws and supervision."
SCORE OF GIRLS
BELIEVED BURNED
SIX-STORY FACTORY BUILDING IN
PHILADELPHIA DESTROYED BY
1 FLAMES TODAY.
MANY EMPLOYES IN HOSPITALS
Many Girls and Male Employes Fore
ed to Jump From Upper Floors of
Big Clothing Factory Number of
Dead Not Known Yet.
PhllaJelphla, Pa.. Jan. It). A dozen
persons, mostly young women are be
lieved to have lost their lives in a fire
which destroyed the six-story factory
building of Arnold & Harris.
About twenty men and girls are In
hospitals suffering from burns and In
juries received iii jumping from the
windows of tho upper floors.
About 101) men, women and child
ren were employed In the building
The number dead will not be known
i until the firemen complete their
' search of the ruins.
STILL AGAINST COOK
iCopenhageii, Den., Jan. The
committee of tho University of Copen
hagen here completed final examina
tion of Dr. Frederick A. Cook's original
notes today, confirming Its previous
conclusions that not the slightest
proof of the explorer reaching the
north pole lias be n submitted,
Philadelphia, Pa.. Jan. 10. Three
girls were killed and a number of
others Injured in a fire In tho factory
of Arnold and Harris, clothing 'manu
facturers, this morning.
The girls Jumped fom the windows
of the upper floors of the factory
building.
II. C. lx)ghdon, county attorney of
( I.ove county, was In the city last eve
ning and was present at the home
i coming of the 'Flks
REGISTER OF LAND OFFICE.
Miss Sue Frame will take
your order for any book
or magazine delivered at
publishers4 prices.
Ira L. Orcnson Given Missouri Ap
pointment by Taft.
Washington, Jan. 10. The pres.
Idtnt icnl to th'' senate today tho
nomination of Ira D. Benson to be reg
ister of the land office of the seventh
dlstrUt of Missouri.
Mrs. S. J. Hefner of Graham, Texas,
Is In tho city tho guest ot tor son,
R. A. Hefner and family. Sho will
probably romaln here tho balanco of
the winter months.
Ramsey & Ramsey
Farm and City Loans
Wo inspect our own loans
200 V. Main St.
Ardmorc, Okla.
$100,000
TO LOAN
on Farm and City Properly
Most Rcusuuablc Terms
GENERAL INSURANCE
GORMAN, BOGIE & DOBBINS
Over City National hank
Phone 50 ARDMORE, OKLA.

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