The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 321, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 7, 1902 Page: 2 of 8
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§5 All the Life—All the Energy-All the Ambi-
tion Disappears When the Back'
«At Begins to Ache.
United States is Head
CUHI'j Sick Kidneys—Cure
—Curt1 Kidney "bad backs."
back'? A hack that ached I
A hack so lame and painful
and played out at ui«>\lit that
drawn out misery'?
the K id ne\
SIM'i Otis t l"t
I )C1 o
every Kidney [11
Ever had a bad
ike a toothache?
all dav, so weak
1 ife was one lon£
Any backache is bad
backache h;i> its dan
neglected. Backache is
•. Xegloct it
hy 1 he experienn
- the best of o\ '
MtS! MWSlR UlNlf.
USI I Oli \N AM Ml.
i Especially Marked Feature cf
Nation's Commerce is Its
Large Excess of Exports
lut hard, hut McCarthy's error gave
Chicago the game. Score:
Cleveland ooooooo i 2— 3
Chicago jooonion i— 6 14 1
Taylor and Benv.s; (irifTith and Sr.!
K LEV EX TO NOTHING.
Philadelphia. Pa.. May 'v-Plank
pitched a masterful game today. and
aided a brilliant and perfect heldim*
succeeded in shutting out Washington.
Carrick was. batted treeiy and his sup-
\ • rt was poor. Attendance 1,9^.1.
Washington ..000000000—o 4
Philadelphia .1001 1 1 ; 4 * - 11 15
Carick and Drill; Plank and Power-
BOSTON AND BALTIMORE.
Boston. May ( .—V\ oh one out am
three < n b.c-. in the ninth inning
Freeman drove a hot one past Wil-.
.on;, scoring Parent and winniir.
in- game. Dinecrt wa* very effective
xcept in the sccond. while Foreman
i-as batted hard throughout. Attend-
ing- j.855. Score:
Batteries -Dineeti and Warner Fore-
man and Robinson.
COLUMBUS AND MILWAUKEE.
Columbus, O., May 6.—Score:
Columbus 5 10 1
RAIN I NTKRFERES.
Toledo. O, May<>. Kan .1- City T
ledo game postponed on account
Indianapolis, lnd, May 6.-—Scorc
State Capital Bureau. 610 14th St.
Warlington, P. ('.. May U.—1The Uni-
ted States maintains its position at
the Ik-el of the world's exporting na-
tions. despite Vhe temporary reduction
in the value 01 exports due to the
shortage m corn available for expor-
tation. The export figures for the
I nine months ending with March, as
shown by the report of the treasury bu-
reau of statistic . indie;.te a drop of
$=.8,681.957 in the total value ot ex-
ports. When it i> considere i. howcv-
I er. that the value of corn t \portcd fell,
owing to the shortage iu the corn sup-
1 ply, 5- million dollars below that for
the corresponding period «>' I.e. year,
and that cotton, owing solely t
crease in price, fell !_• million dollars
(below the exports of the .- .nuc period
of last year, the entire decrease is
1 more than accounted for. Corn ex-
ports fell from 140 million bushels in
; the nine months of the tiscal year loot
i to 24 million bushels in the nine month
I of iqo2. Cotton exports increased .',44
I million pounds, but owing to reducd
! price-, fell 12 million dollars 111 tlie
total value exported. These 1 a items .
- -due 111 the case of corn to ihc short- 1
I age at home caused by the drouth
I of last year, and 111 cotton to the le-
I duced prices in the markets of the I Col. Sp.oooooo.ioooooo— 3
world—more than account for tie? re-j K. c\. 20 1 ooooooooe t— 4
' duction of 59 millions in the total ex- J Batteries— Jones and Hanson
ports. ble and Mcssitt.
Notwithstanding the reduce >11 of vj 1
•xports. the grand total ST. JOE AND DENVER.
•ports from the United j Joseph, Mo., May o.—St. Joseph
"let tits edlO MUST iwfns do your work.
^ > "WisWiiPffKitr
Slave if you will, but if you perfer to mane
housework easy, use
!t makes home brighter and care tighter.
Made only by THE N K. FAIRBANK COMPANY
Chicago. Now York, Caston, St. Louis. Makers of OVAL rAIRY SOAP
ii>ville. K\.. May o.- Louisville
aul game postponed until Thurs-
TillRTEEN I NN• NOS PLAYED.
Kansas City. Mo.. May o. —Jones'
pitching was the feature of the game
today, allowing only five hits in tlur
1 teen innings, but Kansas City had all
i the luck and went out. Attendance 500.
*ds that of any oth *r coun-
try. The figures of domestic exports
for the nine months ending w; ii M.\rch
are: from the I'nitcd tSitc Si.ofa-
432,158; United Kingdom, $1.of; .//>.•
4.17. The fact that the comnierc al
and fiscal years of the var.".- se n-
tries differ in date- of termination
renders a comparison by parallel years
difficult, but the bureau of statistics
in its statement of exports of various
countries gives the monthly averages
of each during the year or the portion
of the year which its latest figures cov-
er. By t hi - process it 1- practicable
to show the relation of the various
countries in the supply which they fur-
nish t< the market - of the world. This
analysis shows that the average month-
ly exportation of domestic tnerchandire
from the United States exceeds that
of any other nation that the United
Kingdom stands sccond. Germany
I third. France fourth, Netherlands fifth
and British India sixth in the lost ot
1 exporting nations. On the other hand,
the list 01 importing nations shows
| that the United Kingdom stands
thth. and cBlgium sixth in the relative
demands upon the markets of the
One especially marked characteristic-
ot the commerce of the United States
i first. tier many second, France third,
the United tSates fourth. Netherlands
1 in comparison with thot of other corn-
tries. is Its large excess of exporis
over imports. Of the thirty countries
whose average monthly imports and
(Continued From Page
•: r; eel 111 a
!crs of Bt
own by the bureau 01
1y twelve show an excess
i(r imports. These twelve
Argentinee. Brazil. Bul-
; 1, Chile. Egypt. Brie h
■ Russia. "Uruguay, and
States. The average
of exports over imports
India amounts .0 about
dollars a , ! Ru.- - a abr
nilli >ns; while that of th:
. ountries w hich show an
xpoirs over imnons (ex
e ' Inited States) amount •
•".ions per month, while
• tod States alone the ex
..itn over imports $4:.
won today's game from Denver by su-
perior hitting and base running. Score:
St. Joseph ....230000000— 5 4 j
Denver 1000000 to— j 8 j
Batteries—Parvin and Roth; Frisk
and W ilson.
POSTPONED FOR RAIN.
Peoria. May (>.—Peoria-Omaha game
postponed on account of rain.
Hutchinson. Kans.. May o.—Rev.
Vernon J. Rose, of Newton, an evan-
gelist. mas nominated for congress by
the democrats and populists of the
Seventh district who met here in joint
Washington. May 6.—The published
statement that the pre-ulent hue made
objection to the declared purpose of |'
the French government to be3; \v ti:
decoration of the legion of honor upon i
Admiral Dewey and General Mile- ;-
authorittive'v ' denied at the \\ hue i
house, It i- stated that the quest:. n j
of the bestowal of decoration upon
Admiral Dewey :s General Miles wa
never discussed by the president to
anyone. u.n.%.>2 ;
80\ COMMITS MURDER
Ogdon, Utah . May •' -Holla Thoma.«-
son. a IT year old colored boy. shot and
almost instantly killed Win. McGcp
also colored .this afternoon during a
fiat fight boiw.'.n MeGep and Ira
Thompson. Hollas father. Young
Thompson, seeing that his father was
being severely beaten. Procured u
shotgun and fired twi v nt M (lie. one
charge entering th< latter s brast.
Thompson was arrested.
an I Ch
s of Ut-.h contended that
ent lie had made in Irs
is,u!ssio:i « f this ejuestit>n v.a- • .>en
tially accurate. Discus-cd the O'Herne
case, and said that the impie.-ion lie-
had gotten from : he testimony was that
the Filipinos had been induced to make
the confession suggested to them b>
the administration of the water cure
He resented Mr. Bcveridge'. imputa
tion that the minority was arraigning
the American soldier.
Mr. Rawlins said outrages in tlu
Philippines were due, not to the •!
diers themselves but to the highest
niiltiary authorization in the inlands
The responsibility lor tiiem. indeed
was to be placed propcri> at ti" i
of the administration officials here it
"Until recently." -aid lie.
thought that those things were
:ehc and isolated, but I have bee
ed the belief that the\ are but
of the ge ncral campaign."
Mr. Rawlin.- said one victim was ti*
down by American troop- and tig.
was placed upon his head 10 attra
the voracious aunts common
islands and forced to give inf-
Mr. Turner referred to the
General Jacob II. Smith, and
it remained for the Amer:. .r
the highest type of civili/ai
quarrel not having the single
• religious dil'ft--rences. prosecuted up
on professedly humanitarian grounds,
to raise his name to the height of
bloody infamy. He characterized Gen-
eral Smith as "a monster in human
form." who had devoted an entire pro-
vince to a merciless extermination.
In response to an inquiry .dr. Did
liver as to whether any women or
children had been put to death under
that order. Mr. Turner replied that
vidence showed thai twenty men had
be-"i taken out and shot.
Mr. Dolliver declared that the men
had been shot not under the order of
General Smith, hut upon other ground.
Mr. Turner urged that .Major Wal-
• r had pleaded the order of General
.-mith ;.s justification for his execution
of the Samar guides an i had been ac-
quitted on that plea. He asserted that
it would be impossible Respite the
"fairy tale of amity which constantly
1- being dinned into our ears." for the
United States to govern the islands
without the constant presence there
of a great army.
Mr. Turner reierred to a special
!; spat ch which appeared in the Wash-
ing: on Post today, under date line of
Lynn, Mass.. and which, on the au-
rity « i Rev. W. H. Walker, t 1
of the execution ei 1.000 Filipino
pri-oncrs by a battalion of American
troops because tiierc wa- not sufficient
food for thenj. Rev. Dr. Walker told)
should a wait its result befor" the ia-
<• Ol deeds. I v: ,.. " iu teri.ee to
som< extent, affect the limitation on
10 leedi md it is desirable 1 list all
Crocks citizens dhoud receive th< full
henetlt of the protective faaturoB of
tlio supplemental agreement.
"The Ini::;1' p.ppro!1: iation net of
this year eupitali/.ithe fundi' and an-
nuities of the ( : ■ .A pi-ople. ainohii'-
ing lo $00!).and ned fur.'lK nre to
remain in the treasury of ti - I'niteil
Btati s and to bear 6 per < ent interi st
until they are withdrawn by the (1 ••ic
people for -ueh purposes as may bo
at're 1 upon. An Item also in tin tani®
net provides for the payment to ecrtaitt
citi.Muis of the Creek nation of what I)
known as the self emigration claim#
amounting to $12,220.
"The residue of the Creek funds
which ha*; already been capital!>:•.<
amount to $1.-I7u.' ti0, which, with the
funds now eapitalzied, including the
school fund, amount to ?2.473,9tifc. Yho
sum total to be derived from the sale "f
tovvnsites wil amount to about $5nu. • ei
This, added to the capitalised funds,
will amount to about $:>.n00,000 e>f
Creek funds to be uted in the equali-
zation of alotments, and after all
Creek < iti/ens have received their al-
lotments there wil bo a residue of
about HOO.enii acres of ian l. which vih
be appraised and used albo in the equal-
ization of allotments. Thio docs not in-
clude the "hool reservations, which
wil stil remain the property of tlio na-
tion and will have to be disposed of at
the dissolution ot the tribal govern-
ment Th« funds from every soui ■ .
unused for the equalization or allot-
ments. together with the school fut
are to be paid out per capita at tho
dissolution* of the y ibni government,
which is fixed by act of congress at
March 4. 190C. ,
"When tho proposed supplemental
agreement has been acted upon by en-
gross and returned to 11s for action
1 will call a meeting of the co/icil
for the purpose of taking action on its
ratification, and when a< ted upon tho
issuance ol deeds will begin Immediate-
ly, and under the present estimate it
is thought that al deeds will bo Is-
sued within twelve months from tho
time t*1« ;".!ppFn.ental agreement baa
been disposed of.
"The United States Indian agent is
giving due attention to putting our
people in possession of thei ralb"ments
and any person refufing to give posses-
sion should lie reported to the agent in
order that ho may remove such per-
B. Walker, a private
IC) "THE KIDNEYS Mrcnjrtlrno.:
tts | 1
-ii 1 ures all their ailment-, pains in
loins and THE BACKACHE-
Jli.. May o.—The rcpubli
F'.ightcenth IlliiK.is lis.-: -t
urinated Congre • ,in:tn J*.
It was announced at the ( lose of the
program that the cantata would be re-
The prices for all over the house.
25 cents; school children, 15 cents.
Get what you ask for. CiHT DOAN'S. Don't accept something "just as
good." Most druggists sell Doan's Kidney Pills and will give you what you
call tor. Some may endeavor to substitute an article they make more prolit on.
Insist on having the genuine. Price 50 cents.
Manufactured by Fostcr-Milburn Co.. Buffalo, New York.
May 6. Up to the
li]>- and Chc-bro had
inline battle vith hon-
In the ninth how
br.nched two doubles
mc run with a base on
KRORS LOST GAME,
and. O., May o—The hrg-
\ \ ever present at a baseball
Cleveland attended the open-
ng 11 7-j' > paid sdinii-
,b i"d 1 av'or ere
fillllKi th- bead oMf ttroai Udlaut
Ialmost tmm' •tiafiy Cum new eol«a ®W
I mI'Ij and oSvlr.ii" rolJs " break#
l*i-. 1 o( a oolrt in a f'« h« '' Vre
I Pneumoi iv Hr .orhi. Orlpoe or otnei
I'llaea*"- <<t ihroat ..r i
I Muirofl'a Wltoh Haaei Soap nakea
I ikln %ot' 1. velv.t : v 0 everywhere-
HaiKoi lnh lrr ClW* « atarrb
bn • *« «- K-w T •'«.
SECRETARY 'S APPROVAL
Special Dispatch to the Sta t Capital.
Ardmore, I. T., May ti.—Gov. Pleas-
ant Porter lias written to members of
the Creek council concerning the Creek •
supplementary agreement now pending :
in i ongress. He gays In part
An important difference between •<
tho old and the supplementary agree-
ments is in the matter of renting allot- '
mcnts. Under the old agreement i
is provided that citzens may rent their
allotments, when selected, '"or a term
not exceeding one year, and after re-
viving title. without restriction. The :'\L
new agreement changes this so a- to
make It necessary to have th< ipproval
of the secretary of the lA rioi in or-
der to icnt or lea.s.1 thei Sittotment
even after title has been issued to them,
and this appioval e>f contracts out:
ues during the period of tribal : o. - \
vrnpieaL It aU'-o provides tii.it b .
for longer than one year and lease.- for ,
mineral purposes may also be made I ^
with the approval of tho secretary of ',
the interior and not otherwise.
"I am aware that the citizens of the
Creek nation who have re-vi\t-.l their
allotments are desirous of ha' n..: th> ;r
deed8 Issued. 1 a minformed ti.at the
rolls of the Creek citizen* are very '
nearly completed and that perhaps b ilf 1
| have selected tho:r homesteads, .md
;hat thy are now entitled to d« • .1 • Put
it M'i'ma proper to state that while the)
, atc! 1 to the Si
T.. May 0.—
.1 s our number
eml.i. laik Tin:
rs lay, 1
t :poke of the
.r- fatalists am
v.' . 1
le freedom of t
r acts. Follow
iod and be go ,
d; b V ( ;
•,1. virtuous hi
hear the "weii
noon K. T. C'
M. C. A. org
d the assembl>
Colton. our pre
. \. organizat
believed in it.
c popularity to
clay ed \
ii--S > ung men
nd bodily train-
n American ath-
of today. Fifty-
mdr. -. stude .'a
sixths of all sci-
M. C. A. in cv-
ir.d all "'.e
• • letic leadei %
e invited to meet
^ nize. and the ro-
O constitution \n
members met in t
supplemental agretmeni is pending wu large crowd present.
ws had a big pirn!
week. There was
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