The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 194, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 5, 1901 Page: 4 of 8
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PEAL JUSTICi: IN
THEIR OWN MEASUSE.
This congress will very likely reduo
thf representation of the Houth In that
Representative Moody <>f Ma «i hu
setta Is the father of a resolution that
In now iti the national houvi- to deter-
mine whether or not the representa-
tion of the Htate of Louisiana shall
be reduced on nc "Unt of the dlHfr.m-1 general bell,
chlsement of the colored voters of th-
There has been some disposition to b •
lenient with the Houth in this matter.
But the Issue will undoubtedly be net
tied Upon ;i l. i'- -- ■'I Ills: t • Til-' Sou!'.
persists In disfranchising negroes anl
insists at the snme time that they be
counted uh voters In the apportionment
of representative* in congress and In
tin* elector la 1 college.
There Is only one way to deal with
the South In tlii • matt r
The thirteenth, fourteenth and flf
tftenth amendments to the ( (institution
of the United States were adopted
nearly forty years ago at a cost of
thousands of American lives; they
were the balance In which this nation
once hung, and It la certainly time now
that the|r establishment be made )•• im-
If th«- states of Louisiana. Alabam.i.
Mississippi, North and South Carolina
and Florida insist thnt only a part o!
those who are citizens of this muntry
be allowed the exercise of ufftage, the
very Injustice of It should Inspire con-
gress to reach them by ••very method
possible and hold them to nccount for
this violation <>f our constitution and
the tenets of our government.
Tf the voter* of the South will not be
counted by the South, why should
they l.e counted by the congress of the
Tho Slate Capital hopes that the He
publicans and all other members or
congress regulated by Inspirations of
Americanism and guided by the con
stltut'oa of our country will stand to
gether In enforcing justice upon tin *e
southern states, upon the face of their
own unjust returns
1 F\-GOVERNOR JENKINS
SPEAKS OF HIS REMOVAL.
| That la a austlc and remarkaid*
'; stitoninl Mtit out b) • x Qovi t
J. nklna, relating to his removal. He
thinks the president treated hlin hai
shlj and without parallel, when in
addition to removal he sent out that
memorandum. ■«> severely arraigning
b in, after telling him personally t:>at
he absolved the governor from ;.ay
• barges of dishonesty, that he beilev
ed he acted with good motives.
Th i publl • gen'-rally will not look
favorably on Roosevelt's memorandum.
The people believe in fair plav They
think that, even were the finding oae
of absolute guilt, that charity should
have stopped at removal. The peni le
do not approve of walking on pros-
Governor Jenkins has tlv sin' r*
sympathy of many good people The
that he did n<>t tel
with any dishonesty; that he bellev.-d
he was doing th1- best possibh- ' th •
public good in making the Sanitarium
contract; and that the results are uri
Tills last statement is a frank an i
vigorous one and will he read with in-
teirest not only in Oklahoma
over the nation.
HAVE YOU SEEN OUR
When you arc down town again
look in. We have elegant 1 ur-
quoise glass wine sets, spoon set3,
mugs, statues, vases, fruits, etc.
Note the low prices.
EAGLE DRUG STORE,
EDWARD NICHOLS, 5'ropaiotor.
RENFRO DRUG CO.
Is closing out their Fall stock oi Wall Paper
and will make you special prices. We must
Now is the
of Drugs in the
less money than
. - the
• r aft.
WISE MOVE BY THE
The directors of the duthrle ''luh
have se ected as Its president f' r th * en
suing year ex-Clovornor Casiius M
No aedcction could have better con-
served the Interests of Guthrie or the
Governor llarnes is a master in or*
ganlzatlon. a success as a promo: •.«,
and the manner in which as governor
be popularized the name of Oklahoma
throughout the nation h an Indication
of what he - in and will do for Guth-
The people can depend that Gov-
Hai lies will do thlngr -things that
count. He is a man of energy and
great Influence, is zealous In his am-
bitions for the city and a benlfleent
return for the club and city is guar-
anteed by his election
President lJarneH has a strong di-
rectorut • to back him—seven entlius
lastlc men, all vitally Interested In
The retiring president, Hon <>. R
Fegail iliits alt- two term With a
good record During his tenure of of-
fice Guthrie hi- mad- mam stride-,
ahead, the club h is grown to be an in-
fluential and reliable Institution, wiih
money and organization at its l>; k.
In the meantime Guthrie has beconiu
the convention city of the territory,
ha galmd two railroads and many
Young men take warning! Wllllat .
eed. : young man of New York city.
Is lying at death's door from sm^k'.ng
cigarettes. He became such a fl -nd
that at times he became s: ipifi i; start
and lost all control of himself, lie w.i an<i
found the other day nearly frozen to
death from the result of one of the-e j,^1' ,. ^
which holds that
I., one a ■ !i I. • I. I d Is allotted it will
|„. :l , litMe to .-.II hill! whiskey, kllOCivS
Hi, v. :.i,i . it of the • i hihltlonlsts' objcc-
t ion to sinr.'e • t a I hood.
I w 1th to r
I out ami In
. ti'au was trying to
I pi;, rsoll n«.I long Minco
In his own hous«--
. ')il« i- s.-r\. I notl.e
c started a 3aloon she
• i i:. . r darken his
her \ lunge.a ,<ts«t. r
; a r. 1 vl-o fa lor
lie did not w int to
who is now making a tuur of the Suuth-
\\ : i with i'e.rge J. t-hi'iM. th.' preaidliig
oftieer was Jos Rams-; , Jh.. of th* V. •-
i, niiul After the in-.;: .. >1 Kani-
. . iId thifi tile res ii "f 1 "
i'i ri n<■•-• w;i.- trausii t•"> 1 at .lie monthly
mi • tings hi M in Chiiv' >1 1 hat .1 1 ia" -
i.-i :> meeting waa held :n th a • ny lo
Ki\• opportuiiit v for confi-r. .a a wc.li t.ie
presidents ati.i .Mriet rs. hot aa a matter
■ 11 fact no ni« etlng had bten lit Id here
for a year and this meeting w is ?: >m< -
what •• lu dl - ippoli tin. nt on o to tu -
fa t that so f« v. .1 th. preside.n and
directors were able to he present S- --
ss ins were h.-'d >n the m. ream aii,| nt- r-
noon and the meeting adjourn. .1 shortly
bi fore 5 o clock to m< et In < hi* ago I'
I b. en ;
Eleven-Mile Railroad." reads
line over a New York dispal
Populist friends may now
alarm cry on this that wlil
real ring—"tw,, mllllond?res
he head p
•h. Our li.i
\\ hen asked whether then ha
seassion as to poeslhle Int i ■ i
I tin W.-stern governors or Hie iiu
commerce eommlssion with th. N
O-.. ge and S- orltles coi ;• • i>>. dr. Hams< . - ' I; ...
I'omi'.aiiy m ti, • ..nf. ren- • ! ad n.'th!a« to -I wi n
a- n aid cme > . h matter.- <nd that th. "• •-'* :••>> 1;'1
nneet Ponca not been touched on as it was purely and
v Ho; se and solely a rat- conference.
King Carol of Roumania, has ma le. v
ji speech In favor of economy The1 y
economy he advocated was Intended n.i (
be exercised by his people and not by j (
War on blind tigers is going on
Jackson. Miss. But at last reports
victims wop- unawares of th-- wi
were still giving the <-rusnders
• - , *i. is .i( maud for
an t' stiniahte bene-
■ m . to he p!ai ed 111 di-
ll, Willi th • business
pp .in ' n I afe Hubier
. rs m the enterprise.
: this line will have con-
\ of the ranches of the
who t lie Ka\ agency
; v. it Ii all othvr telt-
clean up our Fall stock.
We have the largest stock
1 erritory and can sell for
anybody. Give us a trial.
Try our Paints, We will sell you a good Paint for
$1.25 per gallon.
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"W - - CLOTHING 3
The Hidden Bird.
O.I little hidden bK-d:
Admiral Schley wlil undou
due deliberation In the sel"
Cuba Is going to follow the <
of oklahoma and Insist on anTi
st laid bare,
r music lived,
.iSVy, In the
The condition nt Colon again re
bles u question mark.
Hunting lias not suffered from
ent hea\y frosts.
El Reno la to
and the t«
IIItside of l
which has be
nnd cleverly at
• II m suvrra
The Texan Also Thinks That
One Member is Enough For
the Daw es Commission.
: Sue. .1 Dlsmtch to the Stat. Capital.
WASHINGTON. De- . t -II-present.i-
• tlv,- John H. Stephris. of Texas.
I speaking of the proposition of the ?.• -
! ret try of the interior t> increase th-
| membership of the Dawes Commission.
from four to eight, so! 1:
j I favor reducing the number from
four to one. I favor this on the ground
j of economy, as it will save the salary
' of three commissioners, or $15,000 a
ant j year. Ex Senator Dav es, the h id of
ut the commission, has not been in the
itory for five years and has drawn
Of th" public money without
lerir.g any substantial service ther-'
The four commissioners often dls-
THE ACKNOWLEDGED CENTES
MtN'S m BOYS'
of boots and sh-
the ease if it
"Another r '
due lion of ih.i
selv. s and make le
work than would i
all in the hands
olr and starting
THE FAIRY TALC
05 A BURGLAR
Kansas City Housebreaker Tells
| About How Cjoou he Was
Going to Have Been.
I and w
| vey w
I ed 1 y
expedite the allotmer.; f lan 1
many vexed questions arisini
th. affairs of ih- territory.
• fhould b. a auneyin : cor i
work in cach town in the terri
a'i the towns,:. -, surveyed r:
s soW at or, ■ . In n< ' ly
h. citk-ns of the towns have a!
-urveyod and platted the towc
i- te this has been done a resut
>uld onlv complicate, matter-
it-inal surveys should be adopt
I • gov. I r,II! lit and the lo'
be ,alucd and suj,d without d
slow pr ajfess made in th
•ntlnued in th^ future, it v
•,;y years to &lat a surve
■ lie townfit' in that coun
THE UN urn STATES
MEETS COMPLICATIONS, j
ting between Colombia fa-•
tlons on th'
of our BT'vcrnm
We are bound
ites the duti.
ALL THE RAILROADS
In a .
aty to keep c mi
op.-II between Colon •-
that th -
i s ... r nited State.
J. r« ipec'.lvely, at t'O-j
i ti klish Just to this
attempt of our tro >p*
ig on or near tho line
i ad way might i <«u t
th either the govern-
At the New York Meeting
Representatives of West-
er to s:i
id ti >n a
■l.-id - lie. de l n many im
i -a a ■< 'he lian rl-)
• sa l • >uld rt\ ive the
- iite ii it ongre^a."
to the . i ahood fuestlo;-.
ns ; id: • i am In1 f o*—
oklahotii nd the In! no—
is mi st'te. 1 belie.c lii s
'ty of th■> peo j ^
i -1 be
capabilities nnd i'i"
The many perplexing; que-
u tig out of Indian affairs
• slmplitied n i brought ne;- •
tisfartory and complete, settb-
rlie state would "ine in full |
I full panoplied. equaA to t1'
illt .-s and dignlt; of her po
n American commonwealth
mint ion, already appfonehlng
ould be more than doubled
grandest of the unl
.•ri In t
Suits ani Overcoats.
The month of November lius E)een the busiest one in our store we
have ever had. The way Suits oncl Overcoats have been selling is most
astonishing- We have this season undoubtedly the finest and most
stylish collection of Suits and Ovcrcoats ever shown here. We still
have a good selection in stock and w" want to sell them. Y'ou should
come in and let us show you the stylish Suits and Overcoats thnt we are
selling. Qualities considered, cheaper than any other store in the city.
Trv us—see if we are right.
Hats and Ciioves.
AW are acknowledged headquarters for Stetson Mats; the largest
assortment in the city. We have the agency for the celebrated Hawes
$3.00 guaranteed Hat. Soft and Stiff Wo also have cheaper ones from
$1.00 for 11 good Fur Hat up to 82.50. In Gloves we havo the finest
selection of Adler's Kid and Mochas lined and unlined at 81.00, ?i.50
and In Ileavv (aloves and Mittens we have the musi. complete
bt'.>ek in th citv. ranging in price from iiuc to S'2.00. The I it Si.00
. taiov.'S. ask tn
You can find shirts elsewhere, but none like ours. Others have
shirts at 50c, Si.00 and Si.50, but not like ours. You will find more
comfort, more sty!<>. patterns more sightly, more value in our shirts than
any other. The Manhattan Shirt is conceded by all to be the standard
of excellence. We have tlieui in all the new patterns, also in white.
In Underwear we were never better prepared to supply your wants
in heavy cotton, fleece lined and all wool. You can't go amies if you
buy your Underwear from us. A complete assortment of Union Suits.
t .if t
ment forces oi
• the re
the danger f
with the gov
. for our mat
have be- n ! in
h Its full asi
Captain 1 '.-Ty
any town on
tru- tlvely an
struction of tr
It is on thi
L'Crea of the
i hiss has pro
. ent. d f
might result in rioi
Hut vice the for. ■
are small and the pe
('■ in in.: ! • du
Ufa or the insurgents,
aldy i• ! ''•'■ tin • ■
The attitude of the
Blunder* has been wl
Impurtial. In th< ii 1..
ling the insurgents
THE CAPITAL NA-
TIONAL BANK. OF
GUTHUIh, O li LA.,
ITOI2R EVERY I A-
C 1 L I T Y H II I C M
BUSINESS AND RE-
id I be
MIRROR, SC.M.ES, 1 l'C.
There was a man. And his
mirror said " sallow skin."
And tin- scales said "losii^J
weight." And his friend/ did
wag their heads as lie passed
by. But being a pj/Cldent man
he forthwith s\v.'Jlowed daily
i\ ", tain pleasa .t d9ses of Scott s Nine Hundred
I'hen his mirror said "ruddy
face.'" And the scales sunk
b.iieath his weight. And hi.-.
friends looked upon him with
i N'uii t his is no fable—but is true
lust on i,
■<> that i'«.
FROM MANILA WAY
Came Home on This Boat in
Time For Christmas.
lid from Kobe she ran on a sand bari
l but escaped with slight injury.
1 The Hancock brought W)0 soldiers,
including casuals, sick and discharge I
There were two deaths on the Han
I. U a nd aion}? the L'7 bodi.-a on 1 .11 1
I are those of several soldiers who pass
.-ii away on the Sheridan and Warren.
' Willis t«. llarrimaii. of Com pan' K .
I Third Infantry, died of dysentery there
j Nov. L'.'i. and on the same day M;i y
i . 1 to tubercnlosls.
ASHINt 1'J (
rk with Hi--
'or a h >rh
ie\ rode it
I ll i
tiun of the
A KS.VW, I
! company I.
M. Martin. «
Jay K. W Utklt
I t an try.
I The deaths
: Warren were
j - „. Mar,m i,
I euast artillery
I fantry. Jam -
eighth Infantry. Daniel
mpiniv M lfith infantry
is, C impany L., Fifth In-) \Vi
Which occurred on the i °
tho.-e ..f Andrew Den i ,
irp. Win. It. Wi lis, nist|M
Win. 1'. Clood, 20th In-J of
A Jlllbourne, 45th I ti-
ll': . V
low under pollt
V • - • 1 tod'.
trv, if you
) il carl
The transport Hancock
In addition to the pass*
diers taken on at Manila the Hancock
Warren, which In turn bad taken them
from the Sheridan nt N iK.isak; I'.oth
th. Sheridan and Warren met with ac-
cidents, and waen the Han o. k start-
AN' FH AN CISC' > 1 A I.
nufaetun r; and I'rodu.
of Californln haH urid. rtali
obtaining an appro j rial -n
1.1r the purji of propag i
Waters of Alaska
In addition, the t-
1 'I •
Lieut D Free land of tht '-'1st In-
fantry i*'turned on the Hancock with
the remains of his wife, who died from
i d to
The bodies .
if the :1st in
t. A T. Crockett,
and Lieut. Jam
so brought home.
lowing for .
and cliffs «
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