The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 167, Ed. 1 Friday, November 7, 1902 Page: 2 of 8
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i ELECTION AT
Pissed Off Quietly in
THE BOYS GOT OUT
Democrats Voted for the Repub-
lican Candidate for Delegate
-Elected Their County
Ticket-Still at Large.
Loose joints, bow legs, big
head, and soft bones—mean
rirkcts. It is atypical disease
for the best workings of Scott's
For the weak bones Scott s
E ni u 1 s i o n supplies those
powerful tonics the hypophos-
phites. For the loss of flesh
Scott's Emulsion provides the
nourishing cod-liver oil.
Scott's Emulsion corrects
the effects of imperfect nour-
ishment and brings rapid im-
provement in every way to
Send for Sample
SCOTT & BOW N E. Clie.mui 409 1'eart St, N. Y.
Citizenship Court Three
CAIVT APPEAL FROM IT
Cut! In Aslbma and H | Fwi| CITY COUNC!L
The «tMomenta published below con-
firm the claim of Dr. Scblffinftim i' •«'
In r Mn-dv I- an absolute euro for Asthma
ary Zacherj, PleMant IIIll, L.v.
any- ' I bav« found your Asthma « una
0.-rraan-i.toiiro ft r Ant lima, fur %vi. i« i 1
it 7 year ago. 1 have never hadthj
slight. return of th troublo slm-c. I
havnul- > f«.un«l your remedy excellent in
A llay l'< v. r fufTercr writes: 'I have
had liny K- ver for 14 year*. I bought
1.urk .^ of your remedy (SciiUIinmi' •
Atiliiua Cure), of our druggist aud due t | .
It* u^«i this It th- !•. -t summer tli:i11 have .
not been troubled." Mr*, frank Oullf<>gi<, 1 .-r-r -r*r
csci; i*h(iii<i..ipt.i - CITY HALL MATTERS
,s..M by dru^ixHts at-'Uc and fl.O). 1
Sri.d 5c ftamp t<> IU. NelitlTmiinn. (
Box nuo, fit. I'aul, Miun., for a ireaiam- j __
Rigth-of-Way Granted to the
Denver, Enid & Gulf.
In Men's and Boys'Suits and Overcoats,Hats, Shoes, Furnishing Goods.
Economize Now Whilo There is Yet Time.
k-« tcd for1
1 Walnut town-
Kl lit no, Okla.. .><■ . >.
pawed olt quietly In thin • il
dl>uual day. Ttu mieet* w< 1 ■ <>
Willi mud hut lliui did iiui hind*
Vol.ru flOUl g-'illg !<• tile pull*
vote, that could Of gotten In wen
A firat many democrats
L)ennlH received a nuijorlty of IN); He
Otilrc h nuijorlty In If
llefore the i.turmi i......
■lilp came In Mm majority
hundred. Walnut a tu-w township uwny
down In the southeast turner of the
county furnished the extra torty two.
* Willi the exception of two Justl-- * of
the peace the whole of the democratic
county ticket was elected. Thin tin-
first time in years that u detnoenr.h _ _
sheriff and threw cunwnisslonerH were■ ,vlu|
Sleeted. in the tl^ht for coum ilior, J. «. ,,
Strong, douiocraf, received liilti votes t"
limil votes for I r. ltellx Winkler licit
Maxwell, democrat, received I TUT voten «•
U* vote for \V. A Mnurer. Maxwell
will represent Canadian county next
Winter. Tie l> a bright, able young man
and editor of the Yukon Hun. Blaxer
cannot work Bert.
The old successful ones are <
who will succeed Hherlff A. 1.
John J Carney, county attorney. \\
Ukkford, nuuerlntetdent of schools. <"
M. Ttuckles. treasurer. « hurl, s M 8t.ni
dat ii register of deeds. .1 1. l'helps, pro-
bate judne. Earl Bebee county clerk.
Oeorgo L . Hill, igmessor. H J. Dyer, cot-
The three commlsslt>norH are V am
■chwsrbing, il. H. Leeper and William
Reptibllcntis elected James I rnme and
T. J. Mitts, Justices of the pence.
OBJECTS Of IIIL
Hear Admiral Taylor Makes
' jr. < nil;
I o£ tin mo\
i pi . post d mai
,v ti Hear Admiral
11, bureau of navina
and objects of the
* In the Caribbean sea
and South Atlantic
ll-'.nt at Trlnhltul the
mi!..,, ami the North
mil arrive at Culebru
Judue Foote Tells of Its Opera-
tions in Choctaw and Chick-
asaw Nations-\X'here It
Special to tite Oklahoma 81;
l . nlsoii, Tex.. Nov '■ Jt
hoti. <'i TUhdmlngo I *
fornla. 1.1 In the city spcndlr
wiys the Deulson H- iuui. J
ti member of the cltl ensh«|
Ch'M l'tw and Chi< ka^aw na
nuivu aim 1, iv... nv'JIll, it Is il.. • • .
court where iom'S Irhtl befoie It may
appeuled und luafd; third .1 >s th< '-ur
..f iii iii Jurisdiction, iis \ rdl< ; ai
absolutely final In 'HU. inhl(i muii' |
11 ud 110 applicant wi • •' «t t ill/en
ship by tiii^ court can ever obtain «' 111
js.- i hip In either the « hoc lav or l-lcit
saw not Ions. , ... .
JtidK'- Finite I" a native .f Mi'-mi|t
a man of unusual power* and jrenialiiv
and th,- people of Hi- .ndl.iii itrrlt. i
are nilt ady In love with him.
Ash. "ti ahout lis -"Iirt anl Us dul lei
he tine til.' Herald t v following int. i
11 ii pn.'lib m will follow.
.. j about Oeceinbe
entire fleet will
- ID tO
cupled In perfecting
• tails ol OI'gHniS i.ui. - --
l 11.Ill lie .ember I'J 10 the ships
thsuibut ti .<iiiotui the various
,,<• III.- West Indies for the purpose
.. —.turning to
•The citlxetwhip <• e
and Chickasaw nalloi
ami ready 'or buslnes
•Its principal pi i*
• Hi salons of the court
when the exigencies < f
ipilre It. at Atoka m 1
tlon and Ardmore In th*
Haying lhat next t« New York his prln
1 ipul lot) 1 dtm BHI ""i-
The inenib'-iv . f t lie civil aervlrn
mlsKliin would not siato the nature oi
their business but it Is believed Un-
charge of violation of the civil service
laws In Pennsylvania wan disowned
The new ofTI " building in Itaelf i
very uupreietitious It Is one story. •>.
brick, pnlnted white, and has tin"
Roman colunins at the entrance. In
a general way th' severe claaalc st\l<
of architecture t i the while house h i;-
been followe-.l Within the spate in
divided strictly with a view <>r the
transaction of business. The entrance
opens Into a recptlon room lighted
from ahovo by L'Ih-.< roine. Directly be-
hind this Is the large room of Set-re- p
(ary Cortelyou. The president's room 1 '■
is in the southeast corner. It overlooks
the white lot and commands a fine ? .
v of Arlington and the broad r'« -
tomnc. The we. t side of the building '
m occupied by the executive clerks. I
Tie woodword of the Interior Is done '
ntirely in white and produces a col-
FELL TO DEATH
CAHNIVAIj CROWDS SAW DORA
MORRISON FALL FROM BALLOON
! Ball and Banquet to be Given
j to Properly Open the New
I Buildinc for Use - Ar-
El Itrno. Okla..
oners who enciiped from the j...
Cosby has heard tidings of them and he
•ml D«'puty B tier iff Bill Btoneman
STILL AT LARQK.
Special Dispatch to the Htate Capital
fi ii«tin iii< in Vnv fi The live prls-
the county JmII
Ings " J
Special Dispatch to the State Capital.
151 Reno. Okla . Nov K.-Compared with
the county ticket the democratic congrcs
clonal ticket does not loom up the way It
ought to. The failure of the ten lloi In
campaign committee in not eindlnjr Bill
Cross here to inake a speech lost Hill jW
votes Judge Gore of I .aw ton. w: j th*
only speaker In the committee seni h
nntl he car
I ti K liberty to
After r«- a;metnblliig ti;
111 tile CUIUIIIUie." n. 111
- the first week of the
SAYS THE AIDED.
ClM'.lnl pt«T*t 'h to Ihf Btalii rarlWl
El Reno, Okla , Nov . Prof, tlatfleld
Mid a Nick Cartel detective by the name
of Bummerville were arrested today and
placed In Jail churg.d with funiishlng
the prisoners who broke Jail w'th nrmS,
paws and tiles. The sheriff snyn he is
■lire they are the men who helped the
prisoners to escape..
HAVE RETURNED HOME
Board Will Not Meet Until Nov.
14-Decison Is Matter of
Met t Will en-
I' lKe III exercise*, mid target
„H .lli ' ttfd by the ...inmallllfI 111
chief, the purposes of which art- stated
"To make the plans for moblllslnn as
lair- reel a simple matter of routing;
to ..n.rage in a mate comprehensive March
problem than was posslbl. tlur ng the
M.miner inanouvers; In the several squad
rons t.. Insure uniformity of routing and
methods of progressive Instructions;
develop the gunners by systematic target
in nctici and to ■ rt Is.- the oltlcei H In
tactical manouvtrs ol a largs flset
\V II 1TE1.A W RE ID AND JOE JEFFER-
SON ARE AFTERNOON SPEAK-
Pittsburg,! Pa, —11 , T\u-
da\ celebiatlon i;i 1 arm gb- ball .itinr j
...t nu iitnnenue throng Oils afternoon, and 1
before ■: o'clock every seat In ihe music
liall wio^ ociupbd while several hun-
dred wcr.- clamoring f°r stanillng room.
The hall presented pretty
The places of meeting were fixed
... -et the eonvellleli. . .f lb n 111
(1st.'ti. The court will ii- ir the
provided for in lb-- irt-ntv on
or September lust, in "isitm the
tlons - llrst, as to whether
brought to lest citizenship of th
Hons, or one of tiiem. werr ,
brought where only on-' trlbi.l onn
served with process and only
made a party, the coin itlo 1 " the I
latin being that both tribes sli mid ha
ide*parties and —* ■'
IV III a Mo be I
■ by the
The speak' rs
were NVhltellW Reltl.
York Tribune; Richard
tor of the Century; and
josei>Vi.b'ffeiso11, the vf ian uctor lilt;
.-III. I iiiidrei's was ina.le by W nleiaw
lb id. who!-.' subject w is. "\N herein l.les
its Oriut Strength The subject of Mr.
ill Id' r's address was Literature an an
Art for Service." .Ins-ph J.-iTerson - os
etl the cxei.lses with "A Word of I ut
lug Each nf the speakers was aecoid-
•xlil'liitlo'u of pictures in the
'iiniegle institute this year ih
one 01 me besl ever seen In this city.
Til- inoi"-> line of the exlilbllltin Is indl-
iate.l by the insuiunce. which Is over
if the aftel'lioo
editor of the Ne
V. atsoii ■ 11 i-1. r. •
i'< 1MMITTEE APPORTION
)NEY VOTED AT CON-
Philadelphia, Pa.. Nov. 6.-Chairman
Gray. Recorder Wright, General Wilson
and Mr. 1'urker, four of the seven num-
bers of the anthracUp strike commission,
and Assistant Recoruers Mosely and Neill
•rrived here late this afternoon from the i . v,
coal regions, wherv they have lust ended
A week's tour of the coal belt. From here ... , 1,
Judge Gray went to his home In Wilmlng- 1
ton. Delaware, and Commissioner Parker •• , , ,
<5rJ?*5 .xs.1?-.'!'v" "
k ncparifu n>« *• «-« ...... .........
I. Wright, General Wilson tnil th ■ othei
•. members of the party left for WasbhiBton
k ' on the Baltimore and Ohio railroad. Coin-
' mlssloner Clark left the party at Rt ud-
. . /A.. Bishop
luuaiuuvi ' iai " • -
\ Ing, Pa., stiil started for Chlcagi Iba
Bpaldlng und Commissioner W atltlns
turned le Scranton, where they will re-
' main for some time. Scranton Is Mr.
Watkins" home The bishop will be the
guest of Bishop Hoban while in lhat
T&'e commissioners finished their work
In good physical condition. They havr-
galned much Information !n the regions
visited and during the Intervening time
the commissioners will look after statis-
tics. etc. After they have concluded their
case the operators will make their de-
fense after which the mine workers will
probably again heard In rebuttal. From
Bcranton It Is likely the commission will
go to Pottsvtlle Bii.l sot ♦her.- tor a few
<«nys, snd th*n go to Iliilailo
■ II). 1 he
I r.-.in, t-ii-h
A portion of the session
,-d to a tllseusslon of the question "i
.,„,,li„g certain t hnrches from the law
thi boan* of church extraslon, which
. Hies that no donation shull be made
an> church the maintenance of will
in Hi-vt-ial lusta.... .... -
n..,| being regarded as especially
ins Among tin 111 are, Alwin
1. Kansas, and liilversity church.
USED AT HOTEL
the lands of the trib.
possession under a
from the federal government.
Second, that, as contended f
tribes, these suits on appeal o tho dis-
trict courts for tile In-ban ',rrt,Y']'
should not have been tried '1,1,1
upon appeal on the record as It inmf ui
from the Dawes com mis: ion
"The healing of ti. - t. U suit will be
had on the rst Mon.l i> In D« • m " i «
South ajcAlcster. If that suit i< •l«'t^"
hied on either question 111 favoi .f
contention of ®ie Indian tribes t.ien til.
court citizenship Judgments of that n.i-
tlon. given in favor of court citizens, will
'''"l'n'bo\h'!• ne111s. whether for or against
the tribes, the Judgm.-nt .. th s c-js- wl I
not bar the partb-H fr on the r ^ht .o t
b. in I tie novo before I be ciuxenstup
I within a certain time. App als can
...... be proseeuted by either party to su 'a
sits iii tile court be ow without awaiting
"Si S,n i 1.. If- 1°- th;
Choctaw nation app-als in be had i«>
tiling petition foi writ or . nor ami "an"
t"r of cases In the distrl. . courts of the
I 'lilted Slates for the I ndlan I to
th.- ei I sen ship court at South Nb AI. 1.
where the clerk the court ntis his present
""•'Vn the Choctaw natlo,, they . ah be
filed at Tishomingo .one of the '"ig s
l-emalultlR there 'or the pn sent II Itn till
tlrst day In December to i-cive "UpUj'"-
of that nature or any otliei tnai
properly com., up. on.l wllh hln. a
deputy clerk. , . ,,
•it is exi>. eted Pint the argunie.it In the
test ens,, will be lurg.'K atleiid.-d b.\ 'aw-
v,-is of distinction, and that the sane will
j..- made 111 length b\ -one of the abl.st
lawyers In tin terrltorx and t-bu-w aei. .
in.'iii.HiiK Mi vsass
Cornish : 'i tb.- ti'.s .1 J"«_'ba
ludge Yiliicv J.ewi-'. ol Austin. I ex.. anl
Judge Stewart of South M Al'st t Utrm-
erlv Hi" hiw pittn.-r of Ibm. .1 '1 N\.
1 ■ .il,,v of T' ms. aii.I Judge I « tt. 11 of
JiS !;.~vii*. . «i a« -
nn.r. i«1 |iorli.i|n :.U of tht-m .il'l.'
. Manv Impnrlaiti . oinllnill.'nal
I qu.. tl n« "" ,-V'r'*"J V.wV.'^
•is well as Intrh ite matie's mowing otu
of the Indian tribal legislation and the
various nets of congress
Th,- court hearing this cause has otu,i
nal. nppellate and final Jurisdiction over
matters . oiUblcd 10 Us -b .■ rminaihvm
Tho act of eonuress o. Jul> 1. 1 ■ ' t •
ur.tb-r which inls t ourt wa. < • |...i.rt,
omanlsed The uidg.-s an l.hief Judj,.
Adams of North Carolina \
Judges Walter T W • i^'t und 'bnt . ^
Koote of 1 "allfornla, many yc;us ago liotu
nna, ill. Nov. Dora Morrison, of
Guleshurg was killed hero yesterday/by
u fall of 2.000 feat from a balloon.
Thousands ol spectators witnessed 1 he
l'rof. Schwartz, an experienced aero-
naut who makes ascensions for u carni-
val here this week, tried to persuade^,
the girl not to go up, but as she was
ready sho insisted on making the as-
ceslon. She refused to allow l'rof.
Schwartz to attach the life Hue to the
trapeze bar. After the start she was
hanging to n rope by her arms. s*he
struggled hard to draw her body up to
the trapeze bar. but lust her hold 11ml
fell. She turned over und over and was
dashed to pieces on the ground. Miss
Morrison was only 19 years old and
inexperienced as an aernaut. She
made two successful trips last week at
I" amn., -• - — " * " I j |), ||. |;j,t, htedni sa and gt
•lerk, Blackburn, republican; attor- ( i:il,, n,..,-h his as.
ney, lUmt r rt publleMi; register
deeds. Mitch, democrat. probate Judge.
Harper, repuollcan; coroner, Messen-
baugh: superintendent of schools, Mrs.
Couch: republican; assessor. Wright,
republican; surveyor, Wise, republican
anting of a right
1 Gulf Hall
mh \N.« C.Mthrl
lue Frank I
iv.ii und will l
1 ml ti
1 the foil
< 'lias i: rili- gsl
flirted. , . ,
tn the nmount of *1.
U placcd on the new cltv hall
l" Harry Tlarnbir
*T*HCSE who have waited until now to buy an Overcoat or
| A suit will reap the benefit of this trade event in a most grati-
jjj fyin« v/ay. There is a saving cf many good American ^dollars
' on any cf these garments. That's economy for you that s real.
Don't spend any clothing money until you have seen these
Friday, Saturday and Monday.
MEN S SUITS in single breast-
ed, in plain and fancy effects,
nothing like them ever uttered
at the price, manufac-On OJi
turers cost $5*°° • •
_ of. W. Mc-1
Dndson ami •
III nppnlnt thr
i.: purpose «t. tne next meei...#;.
■Mdernmn Sper.---r r< "i s givin;: tb
ill nn.l banquet fer the pnrpos- of • e-
-flic mom v t.i furnish '•-' ball, but
I, imen M '■ • d Will ' '
...king to the .uiui -I inb-ntlon
lie I all and iMnipiet I.- iiMi" • nu. .. .....
r a town clock to b-- pla •■•! It t i. hall
In I. - lid to lh- i" ; ' d. i'ii i'f t I '
wife of Alderninn Perkins the roiincll
omsed approtirhite i . s. lutlonf . txteml-
thelr sympathy to their memb.
, . rmanent
Fifth street betwea I i-.r-ison
honia avenues, but nothlng \\ o
a live to a permanent v.-.ilk.-;
1 >11..id. whi r- it i« " ''-U' : '
A petition w.-i« l ead fi oni > —
e*tend the water mains in the
part of th
MEN S SUITS in Scotch tweeds
of all wool material also the
wear resisting melton, cut in
tlie latest styles; man
ufacturers cost $ . 50
MEN'S SUITS, Black diagonal
satin lined, and made equal 10
custom work, but a great ileal
lower in price and as good a
YOUTH'S SUITS, sixes 13 .to
19, of wors'eds and cheviots in
stripes, checks and plain black
manufacturers prie ****
YOUTH S SUITS, sizes 13 to
19, of cassimere.s and cheviots
in the new fall coloring
large assortment: mat.
ufacturers price $6.50$ iii
$2,50 . .
HOY'S KNKIv PANTS, all
wi 10I cheviots it. lislit and dirk
colors, sold elsewhere
:il 75 cents ....
HO\l S KKKR PANTS of ex-
cellent worsteds, patent hand
taped seams, worth 50 17c
HOY'S ST'ITS—2-piece— si/e<
3 to 8, in light and dark col-
ors. no two alike, snmjs,
worth up to $4.00; M fjft
our price . I lUU
MKN S OVERCOATS of all
wool, he^vy melon and kersev,
that look and fit 1 ik• • the high
price garment; manit- Of,
facturers price $S.oo.,v)iJius/
MKN'S WOliSTl'D PANTS in
neat stripes, extra well made
and lit too; manufac- CI ftfj
turers cost, $1.75 . • w i «wU
BOY'S SUITS, 2-piece, double
breasted, of heavy corduroy,
extra well made and wear re-
IiOY'S LONG PANTS, sizes 12
to iS, the best ever offer Qflp
ed at price, worth $1.5° Owll
Men's fast black hose, silk
plaited, are the regular ;>5 cent
quality, but our price is three
pairs for 50 cents.
'Tl'e"t1 tV counell adjourned V."'" ,1 'p'Vii
1,i, 1 v tomorrow "%< nine when it win
r- l t,. allow John Shnrt-M to nrew. nt
Special Dispatch to tho State Capital, j tht, pln!,s ,,, u 8,rr,.t railway In this
Oklahoma City, Okla , Nov. ft.-
Wlillo BUI Cross carted thin city and
county, yet the lo.al republican can-
didates fared well. l>r. Threadglll, for
rcpresentatoivo of this dcstrlct, y/a^ ai n watt rtrkft ' f
over Beaty. derowrtll.- For !U'5Si:i. . S.V.!h P • r « ■'■ STiti-.
counell of the four district. Judge iai.kinu auut 1 theiu.
Campbell, demicratic, defeated .Stan-j \-,,, j- .\*ov. r. —The prolonge<l Ill-
ley. The following oflcers were elect- n Mt |>.-Vs.il Sa«e ami th.- new orm
etl • Snerlff. omrlen. democrat; trwlt- ,,f not. wi i> ban been went out i
urrr. AlPxander. .I.'mo. rut: |
loaned B!G sums
MEN'S F I N K WORSTKD
l'ANTS stich ns others chnrp-
doulilc the- price for. You
on^ht to ^cc tUem:tnan
ufacturers price $4.
Strictly one price to all.
All goods marked in plain figures.
Your money back for any unsatis-
lien's Underwear for Winter
' Ihe Best Shirts and Drawers You Ever Saw Divided lntolo;ir Lota.
READ THE PitlCLS:
LOT 1. Hoavv ribbed shirts
or drawers, floecr lirv-:. •'7fi"
worth eoc J
LOT 3. Fine siik flofcod
shirt• or drawers, aro 7 2r
worth 9 1.25 . . . ■
LOT 2. Hoavy nil wool fleoc-
| cd shirts r>r drawers, p
I v/orth 73c ...
LQX 4.. Men's all wool shirts
. ' 11 ; • 1 ' ■ "1" fcCr
T«di v/orth f? 1.50 . . rj 7i'
We ask you to come in anil loot around and j
get acquainted with our methods, and you can I
see what we are doing. Here you will getcour
teoui treatment whether you purchase or not
Polite attention and civility here always.
•t"'\Vafr stre.-t to talkin
. nse 8umfl of cash wbi.-.i !
icr has « onstantly loaned
in the street
if the monty which he lwa out w
Kt-ddt-nlv tn ! ■ wlthdmwn from th< mo ill
'..V mark. I a P" h ''. 'llu,, '
ni'Kht eause one of the most tlis.ist
J'inirs III tn. l of the '••'"nlry. CI
tainly. the affect of nneh a mmt •
lie felt seriously in every flnaml.il tun
Conservati\<• estimates by bankers
the amoin.t .'f cash which Mr. h il-
..... «« collateral at all times ; j ts t
In times of strln^on
son of mipsorm senator vic-
TIM uK 1} A8TR1TIS
lll**ll IO i-t i-oiiute-ijo'i ,
New nrk. The enmntlflfl hi tiers have
fdea when they will Tie able
to make their
Between now anil the 14th of Novembt
Heeorder Wrljrht will be kept busy, pre-
paring for the real work of the commis-
sion. He hfiR a liirne amount of eorres-
tiondenre and other work to dispose of.
W*il<"h will take an nearly all hl-s time
until Friday of next week 11 will prob-
Rbly receive the answers of the eoal
companies to the statement of the miner*:
mre which President Mitchell, of the
miner's union has filed with the commls-
HAD A SCRAP
Mcdonald struck on head f.y
Denver. Col.. Nov. C. -Pn sidt nt Danlol
McDonald of the American Labor union
Is aerlotihly 111 from the eff t:< t-f a blow
on the head, which h received el <•-
tlon day. lb was standing n ;b street
with S< ■ " ' !!
tlon of Miners when Hpeelnl i'. ii eman
James Bramer cann out .>f a saloon and
attacked them. McDonald was st-i.ek on
the head with a revolv- r an l l' iy\>o !
then shot at tho officer, the bullet strik-
ing his left arm.
LOST AND DIED
Washington, Nov i'
Vent 'ol' mV'.m.Vi. tiled
hotel In this city this
th© hours of three no.
w. nt b« the hotel \ enter
was i ecu. last by the ni
o'clock this morn 11
'ix o'clock. Ili'
y afternoon and
il eh rk at three
<11 he asked for
d of feeling ill
PRESIDFNT IS IN
HIS MEW OFFICE
New York, Nov. 6.—illapati hi s from ....
Chieiayo announce tha* the cap'aln j thp rrl,.s HI).
and officers of the steamship Matpo | r oon.no or r - ""0" is "dded
rt.H-l.«-, >• a Herald ,|U,/ro '. 1^.^hi.h',^r""VoShttS
Lima. Peru, that on the night of No- J"*"
vember 1. shortly after leaving Chun-;
bote they saw what apparently was a I i
stream of lava flow from a peak In the
Cordilleras toward the plain. Accord-
ing to the latitude and longitude given
the volcano evidently is near the town, ftp'r„n>; .si
of Recuay. The vessel's trip northward^ >r.' ""•' « vrn
enabled the ship's company to witness, 1
the eruption for twenty minutes a#i<l j ^Vhiic he is
h«r, <^ hr>r nuuintaltiR liosed the view, world, hi-^ f-
ould be II.'.
his Investments Iti gilt-t lj,td .
rttj" lUThV.'Ifc "i" '
Heman noel never worrk about the wolf
'"lie1**! tol ablv does not spend ' issi a
Ineludlnu bis ground lent to
which is something bk-
ho that his fortune
nendous rate by nutur.il
Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Furnishings, for Man and Boy.
! W. OKLA. AVE., GUTHRIE, OKLA.
„. x- - - ---
then other mountains closed the view.
t the richest
Roosevelt Is Pleased Over the
Result of New York's Elec-
jl00.000.1H" 0. lit
^t individual I. •
and few banks in tldt
ii' re cash than he.
;■ . Jolt in the I
uy for the var
nd John M. I
seat v hospital,
Mr. V. st hud
Washington, Nov. 6 -President
i Roosevelt today began the transaction
•Vi'i i im'i1.V 'tVi-Vt « f builness In Uie new executive of-
il not later 'than uv. bees adjoining tho white house. A few
I.r ,lentil ftnisblni! touchre kiUI remain to lit- pi"
lock he found Ml
i.rt. of the K.
WEI.I' KNOWN N'KWSPAPKH MAN
,'OMMITS 81' IC1DI5 IN HOTEI.
El Paso, Tex., Nov. ti —After wander-
fng three days In the desert. James Wil-
li well known sporllnff mari of
, Colorado. died "f starvation,
and exhaustion in El I'as.i county.
' wandered for fifty miles travel'r.K
He strayed from a hunting
« > antelope Sunday. Ills
companions came to K1 I'aso. thinking
Williams had gone home by rail W'hc
h" failed to return they employed i...
old chief, whft tracv, i !cl on the lost
man's course till his body was found In
fn a circle,
l Nov. R
I know i
I this aft.
moon in hi«
Eelff* nfuss ;i we
man was lotind^b
room In a down town in t- l
Which It is believed
.jtlonally, disclosed tho
« as*in£ '/."iv-nfiis« had worked in various
apaeitles on tb, ^_prl elj«a newsiiapers
carrletl him to
ie of the papers
inwrr n >• •' *-ie managed the
editorial .!■ partment of one of the Hono-
lulu da lis.
WOMAN'S MISSION BOARD.
i ai.«l hla labor
here he wilted ,
. J I 11 lr.M l O1^... , .
! upon tho bitfldlns hut tm> i,n,or 1J,.
| Vratiifall tompleted and the oftlicc
foive have been Installed Ihe presi-
dent was in his office early but before
he reached it the public reception room
: was will filled with visitors. Ihe
president, however, was kept busy with
Secretary Cortelyou until the arrival
at about 10:SO almoct simultaneously
of Attorney Uoneral Knox. Col Clayton
McMh-hael postmaster of Philadelphia,
and the members of the civil service
t en.n.l-; ion. The prealdeiyi greeted
them together and after a few minutes
la'k v> itli Col M< Mil 1 vol he had an ex-
tended consultation with the members
of the commission. Tho president ex-
pressed to Col McMiehael his gratifi-
cation aver the results of the election
Indianapolis, Intl.. Nov. 6.—Election
committee througuout the atao met to-
day to canvas the votes. Some ii' them
; will not finish their work until tomor-
row. Official and unofficial returns
' thus far show that the republicon plur-
* ality in the state will be close to 34- 1 ;i/1,'iu whieh!'^it" "is' ciaiinc
000. In this (Marlon) county, the eon- rn,,y .m • •:•••'« brokerage 1
test for the treasurer/hip is very close, t .lefrau.i. •!J'!,'\.i>hVlri,'s a^llVl-Mi'
and it may require the oficial count to " nj' <'•' y,,n and Tb.- H
decide and Rinekfot .i" company. J. M.
Allen county, in which Fort V- - •
is located, was tarried by tho demo- I V^ nead f..r ti- Cobb-l'ver.-tt lnvertm i
crats by 5t>0 to 700. In 1900 the demo- Co ' „
erata caried the county by S.500.- w"° """ ' -
E. H. KNAUSS
KNOWN IN MUSIC
You Should Trade i
Woman.s H«mii«1 1
t,, n close this af
entire boa I'd of
ft -The meet ing of tlie
Missions was brought
noon when almost the
,-crs was re-elected to
„ omlng year The ex-
s Mrs Harvey P. Tow!.- an.l
MIsh Emma Ilb tl, wtio-e names . uin,.
drawn from the board of dire
that of Mrs. Charles 1 ord
New Haven. Conn , was chosen
place for tho meeting next year.
Are operated by the
, WANT YOt'T PIANO THAD10. ..
n meet any competition on earth. We
not ■ mpl.iy any commission men. e
' I.. > mi direct from the largest Piano
■torlns In the world- goe.s from factory
customer*: thus permitting us to irive
ter prlc'-s than ; u. othei music, bouse-
In tho country. We can sell you Pianos
on easy payments so that you can edu-
cate >< urs if iio<l children and make home
pleasant and enjoyable. Don't keep nut-
ting off buying a Piano. Cive us a chance
to Figure with yen. \\<- exchange old
Pianos on new oil' s. We < nn .sell any
make of Piano on tho i;Mirk.t.
Notice—All the l it- st r. cents music
Oklahoma will be sold nt 1". cents pc
DIRECTOR "!• 2€<B MINT v.AKKS
STATEMENT OK OUTl't'T.
Washington, Nov. —Director of the
Mint lliiberts totlay nwnle public his final
8t at cm t nt of the gold output of Alaska
for the last ten nu ntns> Th. — tlguivs,
v.iilch are ba^.xl on th- receit|.s .u San
ranclsco, Seattle and ihe Sflhy rellnery
low a total of $1S.870,07.\ as f.d'.ows:
Klondike. I'anadian, J13,u81.w. .
This total is something over SO In
v. ..km of the Alaska output for th en-
•ab ndar year I'.mi. the figures f >r
vear being $14,440,512.
'output for the last ten puts i- ln-
ludiiiff. $r«0.n00 expected to arrive fvoni
inei . ir Betts. who •
p,1 of tinini; the-
,1 CM . ptlon « tool!!'
1 .luring th trial.
erldue left f.
range for " '
. Ind.. Nov. K -F
i- Washington t
.ru of the sen at
through New :
1* O Get well before you have to
C,/ § ^ think of weak lungs, bron-
NortSi and E&st
and Bath Rooms
Ottr workinL-u's repuiutions
tor first clruSB -vcrvict- extend
all over the Southwest, iiud
v we pay especi.il attention to
visitors to the Capital Lity.
Wewoka. I i
federal court h<
day with tb '
ini.1 for the ini
M Illy Rowles
Fifty-ore m. n
to the Plata Capits
No\. t: The r im- i
• has been taken t
I of Ha
BIRMINGHAM, "MEMPHIS, 11
North e.r.d West NEWKII
N >ble an
f Muskogt i
d the arguments made bv
Mellette '-ir tne gov-
- 1 Cravens and I^iJig-
The Jury Is now out
st. p. I.-r in.- o' . ■ ' ■ ■
considering of lluir vt-rdlcU
| Observation cafe cars, under
■ .nana?-ment of Fred Harvey. F. uiip-
' ment of the latest and best design
STONl & GONSTRUC
, TION COM? AN'
NEWKIRK - OKLAHOMA
PRC- PARED TO
1- , > IS ti W M K A. - U IV L A n U AY* Jtx ^
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