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oncs-Everctl Machine Co. l-'or (iiick, reliable nnel sat isfactory repairs; yen, ask our customers. Phono Wi. Use The Ardmoreke Want Ads They Hustle Business ARDMORtt, OKLAHOMA TIIUiWDAY KVKN1NC4 JANUARY '-'() HMO NUMBER H.: -v nnvn qayq nit rniiiircwirc in LLUIU JnlJ MU UUMMIUUIUMLIIU 111 B A 111 - d 1 t i NOT SERVE AST0RMYSESSI0N1 nuai Jeanne, gg,e OF ONE MILLION APPROPhi TRAIN PLUNGES DOWN MOUNTAIN H GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE TO SPE- FREIGHT TRAIN ON MOFFATT CIAL SESSION OF OKLAHOMA j ROAD NEAR DENVER PLUNGES LEGISLATURE READY TODAY. DOWN MOUNTAIN SIDE. Governor Asks Appropriations of One , Tearing Down the Mountain at Speed Million Dollart for State Institutions i of Seventy Miles an Hour Train Taylor Election Law. Plunged Over Precipice. Here is your chance to get ANY two-piece Suit or Overcoat made to ORDER for MISSOURI CONGRESSMAN REFUS- ( HOLD DIFFERENT OPINIONS WITH ES TO SERVE WITH COMMITTEE REGARD TO EMPLOYMENT OF A OF PROBERS. CONSULTING ENGINEER. BANK GUARANTY IS MENTIONED THREE TRAINMEN 1 KILLED HIS ANNOUNCEMENT CHEERED ' DAWSON OBJECTS TO CONTRACT Democrats and Insurgents Received Mayor and Other Commissioners His Announcement With Cheering. Agree Friction Between Maxcy and Dcpartmcnts-BIII to Replace 1 Wat, Derailed Near Antelope and I Ralney of Illinois Wanted on Com- ana bayrc wao amoomea over M. i n dii.- mm hi insnrrii.ni. tcr Dl scuEslon Su rvey Washita. I liuthrle. Okai., Jn. 20. In his mes sage to the statu legislature, conven ing a special session hero today, Gov- Denver, Col.. Jan. 20. Tearing down the inoiintaln side at a rate of sev enty mill's an hour, a freight train on i-rnor HiifAell asks appropriation.) I tho Moffatt road. Junipvd the track at aggregating one million dollar for ' ., point between Jenny Lake and An- numerous s-tate Institutions ami do- j t00pC 11C.. u,,. 8Ummlt of tho range i early this morning ami Hie entire train )UtIIl('IltH. Tho hank guaranty !.iv I. nwn'cti d casually In tho message. It la expected that about thirty hills will bo Introduced nt the tmcclul sea-.slon. A bill will bo introduced to take the , V(i placo of tho Taylor election law, which i plunged down tho hill. Tho engine was hurled three hun dred feet from the track. Three men were killed and another fatally Injur- Is now nubju't to referendum. FOR" BENEFIT OF HOME. Haskell Paroles Mrs. Durda. (luthrle, Okla., Jan. 1H. Governor H.i'kel today paroled Mrs. Anna Rur .la, u Hohunluu woman, serving a life sentence for the murder of her hus band In Lincoln county in 1 S'.iO, and tho only woman life termer In the Daughters of Confederacy at Tulsa Work for Veterans' Home. Tulsa, Okla., Jan. lit. The birth- iliv nt lfiilmrt K. I .on wilh common!- ..n.i.wt I.. tM ,.ik- bv .., i,:.M,iet ' Oklahoma penitentiary. Her bus tonight under the auspices of the ' nA' wn nA ,lu lhu,r Daughters of tho Confederacy. Tho principal speakers were Justice mittec by Insurgents. Washington, I). C, Jan. 20. The democratic leadors of the house decid ed this morning to stand by the orig inal caucus nominees for tho 'ilallln-ger-I'lnchot investigating committee. This points to a refusal of Lloyd or Missouri to serve, in lieu of Ilalney of Illinois. Tho striking of the name of Kalney from tho committee by tho republi can caucus last night, resulted In sev en Insurgents iptlttlmc the caucus. They were Cooper, Nelson, Ionruot and Onrey of Wisconsin aii'tt l.imlberg, IMI and v'olsto.'d of Minnesota. It was rather a stormy si sion f tho city commissioners held yesterd.i) afternoon In the city hall. 'I he may.i: could have held the nicetlng In chim born iind kept the friction from th pcop'o for ho was expectltw such thlir.fls to happen, a did happen, but tho meeting was held In the open anil the citizens and newspapers were rep presented. It ha always been the policy of the Ardmorclte to mo what ever Influence It has toward 'emeiit In K factions In the city Inste-a,! of wldenliiK them utrtl In the controver v that hns boon had this paiwr would rather not take tho side of either one but tell the story an It happi m d There Is no doubt hut that those win) hold different opinions lnleve they are right, they are Itone-t in their ion $25 HM. J I SM Ready-to-W ear Suits ? O1 coats Lot No. 1, Suit or Overcoat $12.50 Lot No. 2, Suit or Overcoat 10.00 Lot No. 3, Suit or Overcoat 7.50 Hayw of the supreme court and , A. 1. Watson, member or tin state ; corporation commission. The pro- ciuils mIU be applied on tho homo for Confederate veterans nt Ardmore. home one morning and the crime was laid at her door. Shu has claimed all along that tho iiioaecutlou was Instituted by designing persons who wished to gain possession of her prop erty. Mrs. C. N. llatske.l, wife of the gov-i-rnor, and Airs. Thomas II. Doyle have Coppedne Will Filed. , lkou !l ,l'at ,l,u'roHl 1,1 -MH" n,lrllll',, Mentor, Okla.. Jan. llL-Tho " ntl loimlly urge.l the grat.t Mll of lUn. C. M. Coppclge. pn. , loIe. -Ullng elder of tho Methodist church fo' the Choctaw and Chickasaw ills 1 1 Ii-t, who died a few days ago, was filed for probate today. The peti tion shows he left an estate valued ; not listed In other sections nth01 st'lK' ,:ar 'latlon. hlch .1. ,t.... n...ii,i,-,i t the I nl ,'l,!',l I'"''" today and will be con- Lloyd Lccllncs the Place. Washington, I). C, .1 in. 2e. Hepre- scntatlve Lloyd of Missouri nunounceil Mentions, they have a right to the r In In the house today that he would not dividual views and have a right to serve on the Ifalllnger-l'lnchot .oin- 1 express thorn. Tho H'op"o elected mlttee. Ills statement was greeted them to office for their own individual with applause. ! wotth and they would he unfair to the lUpresentatlve Clayton of Alabama, I people If they did not take their own offered an amendment to the repub'l- ' views of tpiMtlons nnd hohl to their can ru'o, naming members of tho com- j Iihb until the majority has spoken. mttteV and proposing to substitute An odd nnmbYi axis placed on the Italnev of Illinois for Lloyd. ! ''""rd coinmlssloners with thu ox- Chalnuau D.il.ell presented a reso lution from the committee on rules, Sale Discontinues Feb. 1 Railroad Fare Refunded 111 West Main Street J. J. STOLFA 77ie Merchant Tailor and Clothier I pi'Ctntlon that dllferences would arise 1 and It was made that way so that dlf- Dailey Delivers Annual Address. Itoehester, N. V., Jan. 20. Senator iomph W. ItHlley of Texas will de liver the annual addr?ss at tho thlr . ' i .third annual meeting of tho New i:d.iv and two-thirds to his rhildren i tinned tomorrow. Good Things to Eal KMi Oystci . KiChh meats of all kinds Koshor moats (Jalifui nia fruits FiVorythin' fresh a n il clean. Prompt delivery J. A. CLARK'S Mf. il. rh and Oytur I'uror rhono Olio. Money! Money! j i-'UiO.OOO has t con M't aside for me by tin- Union Central Life Insurance Co.toloan o.i farms betwoi n now a n (1 March 1st. 1 have private funds to loan. Inspect my own loans. Always have the money. GEORGE R. FISH lloom Noble U)d'. providing for the olec Hon of six mem- , hers to represent the house on tho Joint couwulttee In the controversy. 1 Currier, republican, offered the mimes j of McCall, Olmstead. Denby, Mud! ton. (Kan.) un.D James and Lloyd, ' di moTntB. All of them were republi can selections. , Lloyd announced that In the selec t'on of tho democratic inomber, the ' choice of tho democratic caucus should 'be pnsented. "Jaines and Ualney 1 having been selected by the caucus for those places," he dec'.areil he could not m i vi- on the committee. Clayton of Alabama made an Im i ..-moii'mI plea for "falrneM." "We i'i uioi raif," said Clayton, "concudo to the republican party the right tn control thin house, hut wo do not concede your right to dictate to the democratic party how conduct Its affairs." Clayton's resolution to substitute It.iln.-y for Lloyd was lost, 1!I2 noes, to 117 ayes. Finally the Currier resolution wiu adopted by a vote of ISC. to Hfi. wild If Daws tfohl the city the option he vuuld not gt th.it cents out of It, that it was doubtful If he could transfer tho option anyway and he know tho city would not be held up oif the quohtlon of ml ojitlotL as he co lid ancel tho option given to Davis. Mr. Maxcy was present and was askid If he had anything lo any. Tho engineer rep h'd that he had been In formed that City Knglnecr Hayio said iim .-'.tmal opinions aint If they hurt tho ti s of othi ih l am nut reHponsili'i-. Iturnitt. It .hi'imiih that all of this tumble arose over ti lulsuiiderstaudlng and 1 say let's shako hands and forgot It. V laugh followed and tho onglncurs shook hands and Agreed to work In harmony with each other. After tho stoniiy session was held the hoard agreed (o proceed In tho tin- ahsoluti needs of tho city Mr Sayre does not profess to know how to construct filtration plants and the people should not ho re quired to havo their money spent on experimental propoaltlons. In making a contract with an engineer the biMird most certainly used good I Judgment. Mnxcy Ih known all over ' thu country. Iluyorrj of Irrigation bonds In Texas will not make pur femices could be settled with major ity vote. A.) long as men think for themselves so long will they dlffor but when the majority has spokon It la very clearly the duty of till to work together In harmony. 'I l.o trouhlo yntorilBy nrotk- over the matter of employing J. W. Maxcy of I lon.s ton, Tixat, s a ronsu tiiiK 1 1 gluccr and to make surveys on tho ..ushllo and to report on tho feislhll- II.. I!. ... .4... ......... .ln..l v, a L.-..1 ovi,ry Wl(k on the rher to be owned by the city. o e of the c nl?lMJ(,r of the commission. .. grelnx to cull an (, whpw , ompUA t0 el, cm,, to vote bond, to raho the t text of this contract lws U-en publish- ! tlmo " "ny ,L,t'!lBlon rtMl Rn)r 'f811 couimlssloners will likely enmw con-1 Government Considered $12,000 Not mutter of condemning laudu In thu tmproiHT proposals inc. uce.i mmio i i eunu-tery that holonn to IndlvlduuU. i chase until Mnxcy passes on the The city hat sold burial lots located project. lie stands at the head In on the. lands or others that re fonccd ,u Hii" find ho is too big a man with the cemetery. Tho property bo- 1 t(l reg0, t t0 u gKie ,tli0 thn . longs to minor ami cannot be pur- u0 ,nolt, w,ncerneil In the engl ci used oxcpt by eomlamnatlon pro- i nperMg eat on the Wtishita, than ciidlirgs. i In the matter of superintend. ng th A rocesa was taken until this Hller- ; work hero In the city. Ho will Ih rout when another mooting rill bo j here next week with his l.npl -mc 1 1 hc'.d. ready for the work on the WasUI'a li'.a,. 'Mr. Maxcy said he had talked to , Sayrc, and told Sayro he would take care of him. meaninR he would toko enro of Ms reputation, Hint all the p'ii'. made would he made In his office and wou d bear tho name of the city engineer and he would he given The publishing of tne proceedings of th'i stormy session by the city REJECTS BIDS ON LOTS, id in these column.,. Commissioner Dawson voted ictilntt the employment of Ma.cy, he charged It was a scheme to develop a private enterprise at tho ... ,1... nniml.. f.f tlu. j.ltl. It Slllllt 'i-liai- ti ii"- I'l i'jiii- i'i iiiu i u;. j Whon tho matter came up yesterday an interesting uiaioguo resuiieu. any l Job. :t :t j: t: :t u s :t it :t it tt ti :: :: t: :: :: tt tt tt tt tt tt tt Telephone 21 ARDMORE ABSTRACT CO. Oldest In tho County W. S. Wolverton & Son -Managers llonded Abstractors of Carter County. (Jeneral Insurance. Money to loan on City and Kami property. 11.1 North Washington St. ti tt t: tt tt n tt tt tt tt u tt tti tt, tt tt1 tt tt : tt "i i tt tt! tt Are YouLooking forlhc Best If so wo havo it. Our line hi complete, our equipment thobest. Kvorything clean and sanitary. We aro at your command. Phono us your order. Cold Storage Market I'hone 13 IMioni) .Ml Farm Loans Btirwell & Dexter are making farm loans, as heretofore without any delay. They inspect all lands and pay cash down. Office over Guaranty State Bank. LISTEN I havo all sorls of stuff lifted to trade, such as drug stocks, grocery stocks, hardware stcvkH, dry trojd-i stocks, jzonernl merchandise stocks, transfer line.--, livery stables, city prop erty, farm lands, hotels, cte , and what yen have been trying to sell might match some of these do.l.-i. List your property with mo and let's make a tt tulr. Vour bu -mess given prompt attention. Am also nnkitu' f tr n and city loins. Don't fail to sue mo if you want to tr .tie yo ir ptopiily, ro matter what you want. ft O. L. CHANCELLOR Office photo ill. Hes. phono 322. Offlco Itandol Hldg., over Dltiler Dry Goods Co. SEE ME For bargains In tho Wheeler Oil District, Arhuuklo Mining District and Washita Vnlley IiiiiIm. I buy direct from tho allottee which saves tho pur chaser a nice margin B. S. CURTIS Ollice Sims I'eiiitiiiuton Itltlg. Olllco I'hone Till, Ites. Phono H.'ti Ited. Miss Site Frame will take your order for any book or magazine delivered at publishers' prices. The Dialogue. Mayor Cotm r. Tho city has an op tion on the Warren property. Dawson. U In n did tho city obtain that option'.' Tliat Is news to me ami I havo attended every' meeting ol the coniinlndom-rs except one. CotuiT. You seem to bo opp-Hed to the whole project. am a s-o opjKiM'd . to 'Kinking sui vt!y for private pur i poses. Ncaonly Mr. Warren but other jM'ople, and tliofj who own the best I site on the rhiT. want us to use their ' property lor the jsiwer 'plant. , lluruttt. 1 have Iwen talking water ' plant ever sinie I was elected Ut of fice. favor the plant. I do not bi ll: ye I am hung worked and bi'llove ( 1 I have mum' enough to keep from be- : ' Ing worked. V" want the most feasible place no ut ttt. r who-io land It Is on. ' Is informati'in we are after and 1 ' favor n:p!i nig Mr. Maxiy to gather' that infonmitioii for us., 1 D.iwi-ou I do not want jm to think i that I a'li il mining the Integrity ot anyone. I inunf the oplnloii this mat ter has not been done right. Don t think Mr M ivy should receive $ 1,5ft) tor rivlewlnu the plans m:td by the city engine.).' while he U woiklir.t on tin- pov i r p ant proposition. While tin iil-i uhhIiiii wa going ou M.-me ol the e le'iks vve-ro looking for thu option mi the Warren property, but It was nut found. i.Mr. Wan'it said today ho had glvi'ti .in option oti his property to W. I luvls and Ii tint city had an option It had gotleu It from U.it In. Mr. War ren was to'el there was a rumor to the effect that Davis wanttel to make $5, 000 out of the bonux Mr. Warren Mr. Sayre replied that In- may have been mistaken In the matter, lie nil eloratood Maxcy to ay he would pro tect him In a per centage and It made him mighty hot at tho time but It had passed from his mind, ami ho was not reminded of It until th contract with Maoy was made. In his talk Sayre said he had no expe'i lcnco In nitration plants. Cottier. It has been said that Sayre' said he would put Maxcy out If ho had to rct-oi't to the' newspaper to do It. Hurnltl. I knew thin had to come up some- time and I precipitated It this afternoon. I knew It ought to he thrash)d out. j Cottier. Sayre M")'tns to have taken ! exceptions to the matter In which the; bldt. Wit caHnl for, th city calleel tor i bids on plans other thai, tliewo prc 1 pared by the- city engineer. Sayre. I rxognle, thee authority of ( he wants each 1 the board and as long as I am In their and distinct. slilerable dUciiaslui, of the affair of th.e city. While the mutter was ere that had to be threshed out, ' the board ilesei'veg credit for dis cussing thi mutter n thu open, there are no seeteU lo be kept, and no apologies to offer. Mr. Dawson eb Jeeted to tho employment e)f Mnxcy because he is employed to do two things, whon Dawson was of the opinion that tho contracts should be separate and distinct. Tho mayor wus of thu opinion tin; contract as It had been agreed to was better, for the reason that the survey of the power plant wits costing but very little, whureas otherwise v on hi cojl .i considerable sum. When the whole matter Is summed up th re Is not a very wide breach In the board. Dawson It seems fa vors the very woik the other mem bers favor, but he wants to get at i. lotner way. In other worels, contract separate Enough for Lawton Lots, Washington. I). l. Jan. 10.-Th tiimsiii'y department today rej r,ed ai; bids for two town hits In Law ton, located at Third and D atn,ct nnd recently offered for uilo by 'h' government. Tho highest hid wis $12,0iM) ami tho department linUu the lots are worth more money New bids will ho Invited later Tho moiu'y derived from tho sale '.vail go towards the ronstnii 'Ion of a, federal building at UlwUn emp'oy I will carry out their Insttue lions. The absence of action of the beiutel .itid the calling for others to submit their plain, somewhat embar rasi d me'. D.iwt'ou I can assure Mr Maxcy that If ho ceniios hero ho will be treat ed as a gentleman. I have my own A coii-iili.ug engineer ,s one of Court Sides with Labor. Chlckasha. Okla.. Jan. 19. The K decision or District Judge IUIIev j today lu the case of the Lea. Tinning Mill company versus tho Trades Council, upholds the constitutionality of the Oklahoma law relating to boycotts. I'hls law provides that It Is not unlawful for labor orgAU l.atlons to advertise a concern as hi Ing unfair when no e-ffort In nude to use force or vlolenre. The caue. will be appealed Ramsey & Ramsey Farm and City Loans We inspect our own loans 200 W. Main St. Ardmore, Okla. $100,000 TO LOAN on Farm and City Properly Mo.sl Kiut.-toiiublc Terms GENERAL INSURANCE GGRM, BOGIE & DGBSIHS Over City Nntiomil Bunk Phone 50 ARDMORE, OKLA.