The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 53, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 27, 1903 Page: 2 of 8
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THE OKLAHOMA hTA'i'K CAPITA!* SATUHDA1 HuHMXU, JUNK 27, 1903.
May not be all thnt it meant by dyprptij
now, bat It will be II negiecuri.
rCbe anm ! alter eat inf. fits of nerv-
ous haadacUo, a jurneaa of the stomach, and
<HMfret*t>'.t- belching may uot be v*ry bad
ttow, bat they will be 11 tho stomach li
Buffered to grow weaker.
Dyspepsia la sncb a miserable disease
that tho tendency to It should be glr«
early attention. This is completely over
Which itfengtbujstbewhole digestive systeu;
1 he varsity race
Ploughkoepnlo, N. J., Juno 2«.~Th
varsity race was Cornell's from tho
etart. Columbia made a flno spurt
the pistol's shot, was plainly puttli
too much into the start to last the four
miles. Cornell made the first mile In
4n84 and had clear wat« r between her
■tern and Columbia before the first |
half was pa«aod. At a mile Cornell
Jed by three good lengths, dowlng eas-
ily 31 strokes to the minute. The race
waa In three divisions altogether, one
for second and third places, at first be-
tween Georgetown, Wisconsin and Col-
umbia. while Pennsylvania and Syra-
cuse fought gamely la the rear. Just
above the bridge, however, the rear
eights had crowded up on Columbia
and a*? tJiey passed under the bridge
Syracuse had lapped her just below,
bringing her bow even with that of the
Columbia eight, which played out by
fcer early spurt, was failing to the rear.
Cornell's stroke never went above 30
and probably did not exceed 29 to the
PRESENTATION OF A TERRITORIAL
PLAYWRIGHT'S PRODUCTION IN
GUTHRIE HAT NiCiliT.
a fsdr sited audience was attracted to
the Brooks opera house last night by the
Aral product Urn in the Capital City of the
n«w j>lay, "Oklahoma," by M. Jardot of
Stillwater Tho characters wore fairly
well handled and but little fault oould be
found with the production, when tho Hhort
time which tho company haa devoted to
Its perfection Is considered. As a realis-
tic presentation of early life Mr Jardot'a
play could be considerably Improved upon
'by more careful attention to detail, but
ft ftiust he said that the play Is highly
Imtsreatlng and haa an Idea and plot
Worthv of favorable comment, with some
|f fottsblng. more attention to the purely
iMebanlcal effect* of the *tage und a
first-class company. It would be entitled
to considerable recognition.
DEWEYS IN DANGER
WOUUD NOT BB SAFE FOR THEM
Topeka, Kan., Juno 26.—Capt Cun-
ningham. of the Osborne militia com*
pany which guarded Cnauncey Dewey
and his companions during their trial
1a Cheyenne county, Is here to report
. to the adjutant general. Ho reports
that the western country 1* quieted
down now. but that it would 1ms very
unsafe for the Deweys to venture back
there, even If they should be allowed by
toe supremo court to give bail. He says
there Is still a bitter feeling agaisnt
the Deweys in the northwest.
FOUL AIR IN MINE
MEN ARE UNABLE TQ WORK AND
CANDLES GO OUT.
■Randsburg, Calif., June 26.-~Charles
Adams, superintendent of the Morton
M In lug and Milling company has re-
ceived orders from the company to
close down their property here. Tho
Mattle has also been closed pending the
[*Wlval of air pipes from Ijos Anpelos,
tho ^lr in the miu<> being so bad that
the men are unable to fire shots and
candles refuse to burn.
DROWNED IN KAW RIVER
Kansas City, Mo., June 2t.—Win. ¥
ftcli. a bridge builder, recently fr<vm
eblo, Ovlo., W(I drowned In tho 1<
river near the stock yarda today wbih,
•Siployed on a temporary pile bridge tb
replace a structure waslMri out In th>
recent flood. Fennell, who waa 30 year*
old, haa a brother. G. W. Fennell, a con-
tractor, at Francis. I. T.
Cotton Crop Later Than Last Year.
(Speclsl Dispatch to the State Capital.
MUldrow, I. T., June 26.—Square-* are
forming In some cotton but It Is not ex-
pasted that the Ami bale will be brought
in balore August i!0. Last year the tlrsr
bale of the season waa brought In hi re
on Augub! 10 and the crop was mn\ Ine
freely by the last of August. The season
In so much later this year that sinners
do not expect a steady run before Septem
ler 15 to 20.
Botm eye*. Inflamed and granulated
lids, cured without scraping or burn-
lag with Injurious drags. Cross eyes
straightened, no knife, no scissors, no
operation, no drugs, no, pain. I claim
bo mysterious or supernatural powers.
SlmpiJ removing causes, thus making
it poMlbie for nature to cure, to* me
ebon', your eyes and nervous troubles.
Consultation absolutely free,
Dr. R. HOMR1GHOUS,
The Optical Specialist.
cfindUn Territory, Cuthne
Boston Long String of Defeats
at Last Broken.
UNITED S1AIES SENATOR FROM
PENNSYLVANIA NEW DEPARTURF V0l!N(' B0V SH01
ULrrtn i um f0|f CRV|N(j „SC4B..
Pe - ru - na — Other
ST. LOUIS LOSES AGAIN
Played Close Game With Phila-
delphia in a Scorc of 2 to 1-
Cleveland Defeats Wash-
ton 1 to 0.
BOITO.N i. CHICAGO
n. June The home team's long
<<f ilfffHt* wus brok'-n today by h
i hatting rally in ibe ninth. Mo-
rlvi. vbiually a home run, won for
0 0 00004—61 1
1 0 t 0101— 4 It 1
and Moran; Taylor
PHILADELPHIA 2. 8T. LOIT1B 1.
Philadelphia. June 2«. -Philadelphia de-
feat'<1 Hi. Louis by making ita hits count.
Heckles a base running prevented Ht. Louis
from scoring more runs. Attendance 1884.
St. Louis 00 0 00 0 00 1—1 7 I
Philadelphia .. ,.0 0010100 *—S 7 2
iJatt'Tlea—Dunleavy and Ryan; Duggle-
by and ftoth.
BROOKLYN 9. CINCINNATI I.
Brooklyn, June 26.--In one of tlie moat
xcltlng games of the season Brooklyn
pfeat d Cincinnati h«rs today. The visit -
in took s Ms laad early In the cam*, but
ti id) UBhtl] work brought victory to the
ome team. Attendance 3.000. Score:
Incinniitl 004400000— 8 9 3
Irooklyn 11000121*— • 12 1
Batteries—Suthoff. Harper and Bergen;
ones, Schmidt. Jacklltach and Ahearn.
new YORK 8. PITT8BURO 2.
i w York. June 2fi Matthewson's ef-
fectiveness when hits would have proved
productive of runs, coupled with the un-
dines* of the Pittsburg pitchers gnve
New York the rtrst sum.- of the series.
OeorgH Davis placed short stop for the
lo<\i| team- Hi* playing waa not protest-
ed. Attendance 9.680. Score:
New York 0 n 1 0 4 3 0 0 •— • 8 2
Pittsburg 000000'JO 0— 2 8 3
Batteries—Mathewson and Bowerraan;
Leaver, Kennedy. Phelps and Weaver.
DETROIT «. PHILADELPHIA >.
Detroit. June 26.—1The Detroit* sot away
cyy today. Henley s wlldness and errors
Hiving them three runs In the first Inning.
The lead was never overcome as the locals
made two more off Coaklev, who went to
the slab in the second. Attendance 'J.940.
Detroit 30100010 •— 6 « 1
Philadelphia 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 Q— §10 2
Batteries- -Kltson and McOulre; Henley
Coakley and Powers.
cleveland 1. washington 0.
Cleveland. June 26.—Cleveland shut put
Washington ajrnln today. The game wa*
a pitchers contest nnd Cleveland bad the
better of It. Attendance 2,981. 8core.
Cleveland 0 o 1 0 0 0 0 0 •— 1 7 0
Washington 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0— 0 3 0
Batteries—Dornsr and Abbott; Patten
CHICAGO 3. NEW YORK 2.
ilcago, Juue L'C -The locals played
•rrorless game today and defeated the
r York team. Two mispluys In the
slath gave Chicago two runs. Attend-
ance 2,960. 8c* re
It H E.
Chicago 0 0 00 02 00 1— 3 6 0
New York 00020000 0— 2 7 2
it terles—Flaherty and McFarland;
Chesbro and O'Connor.
DENVER 7. OMAHA 3.
i nver June 26—Hitting when hits
o needed won the game for Denver to-
day. Attendance 1.400. Score:
Denver 20300020 •— 7 10 2
Omaha 10 2 0 0 0 0 0 0— 3 12 1
*tterles—Eylcr and Schlel; Bhafstall
TWO GAMES T PEORIA.
Peoria. 111 . June 26.—Peoria waa unable
to hit the ball at opportune times during
the ftrst game tod.iv. nnd loat to St. Joe
by a score of 1 to 6 Scores:
First game R.H E.
Peoria 0 0 0 0 1 00 0 0— 1 t; 2
St Joe 00 4 0 0 0 0 0 1— 10 1
Batteries Friend and Wilson; 8eay and
31000120 *—7 6 1
3 0 0 1 0 0 0 00— 4 ft :i
ead and Wilson; Dlehl
COLORADO SPRINGS 3. DES MOINES 2
Colorado Springs June 26.—Colorado
Springs won the nrst extra Inning game of
the season on the local grounds from Dea
Moines today, winning out In the last half
of the twelfth with a single and a double.
Attendance 1.000. Score:
Des Moines . .0 1 0 1 0 0 n 0 0 0 0 0—2 4 2
Colo. Springs .10000000100 13 14 4
Batteries—Cushman and Fohl; VIlleman
M1LWUKEE 4, KANSAS CITY 2.
Milwaukee. June 26. -Milwaukee defeat
ed Kansas City today by bunching bits
The game was featureless. Attendance
Kansas City .. ..0 10010000— 2 11 S
Milwaukee 02000020*— 4 ti 2
Batteries—McPherson and Lucia; Nich-
ols and Messltt.
Kansas City 11; Minneapolis T.
Louisville 8: Columbus 2.
Milwaukee «; St Paul 1.
Indianapolis 7; Toledo 1.
MAY BE DROPPED.
Seattle. Wash.. June 26 The Times this
afternoon prints an article which It de-
clares to be absolutely authoritative to the
efTeet that Portland and probably San
Francisco and Los Angelas will be drop-
ped from the Pacific National league at
the meeting Monday In Taroma.
EVENTS ON THE TRACK
AT NEW YORK
York. June 26.—Sheepshead Bay
1. Six furlongs— Interval won: Court
Maid, second; Coruscate, third. Time 1.15
2. Mile and an eighth—Dekaber won;
Royal Pirate, second; Cardinal Wolsey.
third. Time 1:66.
3. Last Ave and a half furlongs of the
futurity course. Ita.sefu! won; Pentaur.
second; Jocund, third. Time 1 OS.
4. The Thistle mile and an eighth—Andy
Williams won; Duke of Kendal second;
The Rival, third. Time 1:5*.
5. Mile handicap— Bon Mot won; Stamp-
ig Ground second; Meltonian. third.
Time. 1:40 2-8.
Commodore Nicholson of the U. 8.
OMMODORE Somervtlls Nicholson,
of the Uuitnl States Navy in a let-
ter from 1837 R. Street. Northwest,
Waahlngton. D. C\, says.
"Your Peruna has been and Is now
u ed by su many of my friends and
\rqualritancns aa a sure cure for catarrh
that I am convlnoed of its curative quali-
ties and I unhesitatingly recommend It
to all uersons suffering from that com-
plaint' —S. Nicholson.
U. 8. Minister to Quatemala.
Dr. W. Godfrey Hunter. U. S. Minister
to Guatemala, and ex-member of Con-
gress from Kantucky. In a letter from
Wsshlngton. D. C-. writes:
"I am fully satisfied that your Pernua
is an efficacious remedy for catarrh, as I
and many of my friends have been bene-
fited by Its uae.M—W. U. Hunter, M. D.
Congressman Brown from Virginia.
Hon. O. R. Brown, Martlnvllle. Va.. ex-
member of Congress Fifth District, 50th
Congress, writes: "I cheerfully give my
endorsement to your Peruna aa a cure for
catarrh. Its beneficial results have been
so fully demonstrated that Its use la es-
sential to all persons suffering from that
disease."—Hon. G. R. Brown.
Son of Ex-Attorney General of the United
| Hon. Louis E. Johnson Is the son of
the late Reverdy Johnson who was
United States 8enator from Maryland,
Attorney General of the United States
under President Johnson, and United
States Mlnslter to England, and was re-
garded aa the greatest constitutional law-
yer that ever lived.
Hon. Loul* E. Johnson, who at present
resides at 1006 F. street. N. W.. Washing-
ton. D. C,. Is an ardent friend to Peruna.
In a recent letter he says:
. longer suffer from ca-
tarrh when Peruna is accessible. To my
knowledge it has caused relief to so many
of my friends and acquaintances that It
is humanity to commend its use to all
suffering with this distressing
IN LIVE STOCK
Interesting Feature at Louis-
iana Purchase Exposition
* 'V ,1 wiuii''r*°n' Ex"Un'tc,i Senator from Pennaylvanl*, In a letter from 37-8 Chestnut street, r 1,11)1- 2
* "As quite a number of my friends have and are using Peruna as a catarrh cure ♦
« with beneficial results, I feel that I can recommend it to those suffering from that *
* disorder." .J
A Well Known Journalist Writes.
Hon. George Baber, 1122 Sixteenth
street, N. W.. Washington. D. C., has
been for a number of years well known
In Kentucky as a Journalist, having been
the editor of the Bowling Green Demo-
crat. ard afterwards the proprietor and
editor of the Louisville Evening News,
•irvl of the Kentucky Law Journal. He
writes the following:
"I have given Peruna a sufficient test
to Justify me In freely recommending It
aa an Invigorating tonic. It la a prompt
appetiser, and has also proved In my own
experience to be conducive to sound ami
restful sleep. A member of my family
found it efficacious In the trcutment of
catarrhal tendencies, and an effective
remedy for an annoying cough. Every
household should be provided with It."—
The day was when men of prominence
hesltatsd to give their testimonials to
proprietary medletnes for publication.
This remains true todSy of most pro-
prietary medicines. But Parana has
come so Juatly famous. Its merits are
known to ao many people of high and low
station, that no one hesitates to see his
name In print recommending Peruna.
The highest men In our nation have
given Peruna a strong endorsement. Men
of all classes and stations :ire equally rep-
If you do not derive prompt and satis-
factory results from the use of Peruna
write at once to Dr. Hartman. giving a
full statement of your case and he will
be pleased to give you his valuable ad-
AdOrvss Dr. Hartman. President of
The Hartman Sanitarium. Columbus,
Awards Will Be Made in Each
Different Breed-Large Sum
Will Be Offered for
Special Dispatch to the 8tate Capital.
St. Louis, June 26.—An entirely new
departure decided upon as a leading fea-
ture of the livestock awards at the
Louisiana Purchase Exposition Is the pre-
mier or sweepstakes championships for
h breed. These are Intended as grand
Richmond, Vs., June 26.—I^escr Wil-
cox, s 16 year old boy was shot by a
soldier in Fulton, the lower end of the
city about 9 o'clock tonight for crying
"scab" at a car and refused to desist
when ordered to do so. He is wound-
ed In the hand and blp. The hand in
badly mangled. The boy wad brought
tip town on a street car and tsken to
the city hospital. Wm. Tucker aged
23. a passenger on a Main street car
was shot tonight st Main and Belve-
ders streets. He was peppered in the
arm and leg with small shot and was
too badly hurt to walk to his home af-
ter receiving the wound. Who did the
shooting is not known. Cars have been
run regularly ou all but one or two of
the Hues today and tonight all are un-
der military protection. The business
men are moving toward bringing abost
a settlement of the strike if possible.
FAIRVIEW REPUBLICAN MAN WAS
Specisl Dispstch to the State Capital.
Alva. Okla., June 20.—Last Saturday
night as Editor H. P. Cunningham, of
the Fairview Republican was eating a
lunch in a restaurant h9 was assault-
Whereto Get Oil Tags to Com
ply With inspection Law.
Erises to recognise both the skill of the , , KoVprAiv hoat*n hv I
reeder and the enterprise of the exhi-; f*J ^,nu severely beaten by J. scott
bltor. it is proposed to give a premier Lindley. Jim Fuller. Geo. W. McDon-
champlonshlp award to the breeder rnak aid and W. Q. Hamilton aU of that city.
Th« ,lrh0"b'e ^ fSl'
amount awarded to animals brHl by tin* published in the Republican in regard
breeders represented In that class The to Lindley selling whiskey without, li-
cense in connection with his drugstore.
The trouble might have had a more
serious ending had it not been for the
interference of Constable Harry Green.
Dr. Lindley comes from Stansberry,
Missouri and enjoys a rather unen-
viable reputation. It is understood that
he has made threats against the Fair-
view citizens. Mr. Cunningham was in
Alva Tuesday and win probably have
warrant ssued for tb? arre ts of
nremier award to the exhibitor In each
class will be made on the same basis
The large amount to be offered for
prizes and the consequent breadth of the
classifications and the world-wide char-
acter of the shows will make the premier
championships at St. Louis an exceptional
honor, certain to be strongly competed for
and highly appreciated by, the exhibitors
- " breeders of the prize animals.
as well ;
WORLD'S FAIR LIVESTOCK NOTE8.
Warner M. Van Nordtn, a prominent
stock raiser and financier of New York,
has written to Chief of Livestock Co-
burn that he will probably make a large
entry from his herd of Highland cattle at
the world's fair next year Mr. Van Nor-
den's cattle are now at his place at Rye.
N Y. With the excetplon of one steer
shown at Chicago Highland cattle have
not been on public exhibition in Ameri-
ca and the first display of any fixe of
this attractive breed Is promised for the
world's fair at St. Louis. Mr. Van Nor-
den'a herd Is headed by a bull which twice
has won first prize at the Highland and
Agricultural 8oclety show in Scotland.
b00dlin0 in candy
Under the new oil Inapectlon law it la
unlawful to let a car. of coal oil or gaso-
line go out of a store without a label
pasted thereon showing that the oil has
been officially inspected. Here la tho label
Okla Territory 190
THIS HA8 BEEN INSPECTED.
Flash Test Specific Gravity Tesi...
Quality, of Oil
Name of Merchant
Thee* labels MUST BE ON GUMMED
PAPER so you can PASTE THEM ON
EASILY AND QUICKLY.
The State Capital Co.. has these lab-is
In stock leady to be sent to you by re-
These are In tabs of 100 and on GUM-
100 $ 26
2 n 40
ftoo i 00
1000 1 7i
Don't delay your orders Send It to ua
as soon a you read this
Inspector Ashton has issued an order
stopping the sale of all unlabeled oil.
Th coolest drink for hot weather
A packajte ruakea Ave iculluns.
Bold er«rywber«.orby msuforttc.
CHABLES E. HIRES CO..
El Malvern, Ps.
Chicago. June 26. Waahlngton
1. Five nnd a half furlongs—English I<ad
won. Witchcraft, second; Forehand, third.
Mile Postmaster Wright won; High
Chancellor, second; Dig Ben, third. Time
5. Seven and a half furlongs—George K.
won; Sydney C Love, second; Hoodwink,
third Time. 1:M 3-5.
4. Mile and a sixteenth—Longflo won;
W«nldlng Light, second; Pryrrho, third.
Time, 1:41 3-6.
6. Six furlongs—Golden Rule won; Irene
Llndsey, second; Jane Holly, third. Time.
6. Mile and a sixteenth—Vlncennea won;
Thane, second; Vulcan, third. Time, 1:48.
DISASTER IN CINCINNATI CAUSES
Cincinnati, June 26.—Almost the en-
tire plant of the Cincinnati Abbatoir
company, one of the largest In this
section, was destroyed by lire today.
The lire was caused by an explosion
to the engine room. The loss is esti-
mated by the captain of the salvage
corps at $300,000, although President
Ryan makes the estimate much less.
The insurance is $125,000. Four hun-
dred head of cattle and 800 hogs were
slaughtered yesterday. These are all
consumed. The les plant which cost
$90,000 Is either destroyed or rendered
unfit for use. The engineer nearly lost
his life from the effect of ammonia
now in progress
CLASS OF *03 AT YALE INCREASED
New Haven, Conn., June 26.—A char-
ter ou the finances of the class of '03,
at Yale is disclosed in the publication
of a table giving expenses of the
years. The lowest cost for a single
j ear was $100 by a man who spent only
$o50 during his whole course. Tho
Jtighest individual expenditure in a
single year waa $11,000. The maximum
cost for four years was $25,000. These
figures show an Increase per lifan of
$452 over 1902, when expenses were
rather above preceding years.
BIG STRIKE ENDED
WAGES OF MANY WORKMEN IN-
Bedford. *Ind., June 26.—The great
strike of the stone quarries which has
been on since May 1 and which crip-
pled the building industry in many
cities, ended when hundreds of men
returned to work this morning. The
agreement i# the scale made by the
operators May 1 which increases the
wages of msny and lowers that of but
The store of the Eufaula Hardware
company gt Eufaula was looted Tuesday
night. Ffve Colts revolvers and other
afid a half furlonas. on turf— goods to the amount of 11 wu were taken.
Special Dispatch to the State Capital.
Washington, Juue iiti.—'The usual sum-
mer improvements to the capitol are now
being made. I^ast winter $225,000 was giv-
en Mr. Woods, the superintendent of the
capitol. with which to make repairs.
In the cleaning of the statu. tti.-
dess of Liberty It was found that one of
the highest plumes In the headwear waa
burned for a distance of about t^o Inches
by lightning. The lightning rods extend-
ing to tho top of the figure were also
A coat of paint will he put on the Vir-
ginia freestone with which the main build-
ing Is built. Much work Is also on hand
In the dome, the steel structure of which
will all be painted.
Considerable decorative work has heen
done on both the Senate and the House
sides of the capitol slnco ooagreas ad-
journed. Probably $30,000 was spent or
will he spent In such work. The botler
rapacity of the engine room of t^e senate
will be Increased from 76 to 127 horse
power, as tho facilities in that respect
Were found to be Inadequate last winter.
In the galleries of both the senate and
house of representatives mahogany bench-
es will take the placc of chairs. The pur-
f ose of this change Is to Increase tlie seat-
ng capacity of tho two houses. The
change will Increase the seating capacity
of the house 400 and the of the senate J50.
The floor of the house lobby will be cov-
ered with white marble Instead of the old
In the near future It Is proposed to have
bronx doors on the honse side to corre-
spond with those of the senate Allegori-
cal ligures on these doors will represent
agriculture and trade. The designs have
not been Anally determined upon. The
document room of the house which has
been 11 mero makeshift In the past, has
been greatly improved, adding to the
space that can be utilized for the storage
Very extensive Improvements In the
plumbing of the building are being made,
so that by next fall. It Is expected, the
plumbing of the entire building will be of
the most approved pattern.
NATIONAL CONVENTION CLOSED
LAST NIGHT AT DENVER.
Denver. Colo., June 26.—-The Rocky
Mountain News prints a statement
from Judge McMillan of New Mexico
regarding his removal from office.
MI am surprised at the outcome of
my case. When It was submitted In
April I was satisfied I bad established
a complete vindication.
"I believe Attorney General Knox
intended to be fair and just, but his
assistants in the department were
filled with prejudice against me by one
of my opponents. When congress con-
venes I shall ask the senate to send
for the record and tc ~ «s upon the
question whether It conta. a anything
to Justify the decision."
lynched in georgia
Albany, Ga., June 26.—Three negroes,
Garfield McCoy, George McKinney and
Wiley were taken from Jail at Newton,
21 miles south of here last night and
The three were in Jail for killing
F. S. Bullartl. a white man who was
called to quell a row at a negro dance
near his home one night last week.
The mob went to the Jail and told the
guard they had another prisoner to
lodge in Jail. When the Jailer reached
the door with his keys the mob rushed
upon him and overpowered him. The
three negroes were taken a mile from
town, hung to a tree and riddled with
Denver, June 26.—The convention of
the national association of Elocution-
ists closed tonight. The following offi-
cers were chosen: President, Henry
Gaines liawn. of New York; first vice
president, Elizabeth M. Irving. Tole-
do. 0; sectmd vice president, G. W.
Sanderson. Seattle .Washington; sec-
retary, Mrs. Francis Carter N. Y ;
treasurer, Preston K. Dillenbeck, Kan-
sas City; chairman board of directors,
T. C. Trueblood, Ann Arbor, Michigan;
chairman ways and means committee,
F. H. Sargent. N. Y.; chairman liter-
ary committee, A. M. Newens. Ames,
Iowa; chairman board of trustees. E.
M. Booth, Chicago.
DISEASE ALL GONE
Washington June 26 —At the request of
Secretary Wilson, the state department
has officsially Informed the Argentine Re-
public that no foot and mouth disease now
exists In the United States. A lot of fine
bulls from Now York have been prevent-
ed from landing at liuenos Ay res.
BAER WHO PLANNED ROBBERY
ARRESTED IN CHICAGO.
Chicago. 111.. June 26.—William
Baer, who Is said to have planned the
robbery of the Melrose hotel, at Los
Angeles. Cal.. in which gems valued
at ) 15,000 were stolen was arretted
today at his apartments in a down
town hotel three hours after his arriv-
al from San Francisco. Two other
men, John Engvhal and Charles Reid-
lein, are also tinder arrest here. Baer is
charged )>y the other prisoners with
having escaped with most of the booty.
Bt. Louis, June 26.—Frederick Sy-
mour Barrlngton. the self styled Eng-
lish 'lord" who was detained by the
police pending the investigation of the
disappearance of Jas P. McCann,
horseman, was released today, there
being no evidence on which to hold
Livestock exhibitors In each breed class
at the world's fair will receive a senior
champion prize and a Junior champion
prise for maes and femaes, and a reserve
champion award will foUow in four class-
es. Competition for the senior champion-
ships will be limited to mature animals,
and young males and females only will
compete for the Junior champion prizes.
Prospective exhibitors express themselves
as highly pleased with the plan of Chief
Coburn of providing for a more equitable
method of awarding championship prizes
and thus Increasing the number of hon-
W. M. Springer, president, and C. E.
Stubbs. secretary of the Oldenburg Coach •
Horse society of America, have sailed for
Germany to Increase the Interest among
breeders of Oldenburg Coach horses in
making a repiesentatlve exhibit at the
world's fair. Mr. Springer, who bears a
special commission for the purpose from
the Louisiana purchase Exposition com-
pany, will spend considerable time in call-
ing the attention of German breeders and
exporters of horses to the many advant-
ages of large exhibits at St. Louis next
The department of live stock Is work-
g on preliminary plans for the world's
fair dog show, for which October 24 to
N'oveml>er 5 are the dates contemplated.
Assurances nre being received from the
many specialty clubs and secretaries of
leading dog shows of their co-operation
The world's fair live stock show* of
IftOl will he the ftrst In which the classify
cations will be uniformly divided by age
nths Instead of one yeai
ine and sheep, thus giv
lltton to the general o
feeding for early maturity.
The Kansas im,<iuu'U Stock Breeders'
a.soclation has appointed a committee of
three for each of the various breeds of live
stock to work for a representative exhibit
of Kansas live stock at tho world's fair.
One of the most prominent poultry
breeders of England has signified his In-
tention of making a large display of Old
English Game fowl>; and Dorkings In tl\e
poultry exhibits at the world's fair.
St. Louis. June 26.—Boodllng In connec-
tion with the candy bill was 'he subject
of investigation before the grand Jury to-
day. Three local candy manufacturers, V.
D. Seward, C. F. Wenneker and A. J.
Walters, were the witnesses.
It had already been ' ought out by wit-
nesses called in the Investigation that a
boodle fund of |2,600 wa* raised in St.
Ix>uls during the last sessslon of the legis-
lature to defeat the so-called pure candy
bill, the passage of which the sugar trust
was urging. It Is supposed that as the
boodle was used ao far only $2,800 was
THE IOWA PLATFORM
London, June 26.—King Edward's
birthday was celebrated today. All
government buildings were decorated,
salutes fired, warships dressed and
troops reviewed. The main feature
was tho trooping of colors on the
Horse Guards parade here, which the
king attended on horseback, and for
the first time since his last illness.
The queen and other members of the
royal family reviewed the troops. On
the return to Buckingham their majes-
ties were heartily cheered.
THE CHICAGO CONTINGENT
Chicago, 111., June 26.—The freight
handlers union Involved in the Chica-
go and Alton strike sought a peace-
able settlement of the trouble today
through the agency of the Teamsters
Joint council taking direction of the
strike out of the hands of President L.
J. Curran. They now concede the
strike will end in victory for the rail-
I IMPORTANT CAPTURE
R. A- O'NEIL FINALLY ARRESTED
IN INDIAN TERRITORY.
Los Angeles, Calif., June 2f>.—Sher-
iff White has received notice by tele-
graph from gome point in the Indian
Territory, which he refuses to disclose,
of the arrest of R. A. O'Neil wanted
here for the murder of Geo. L. Mills,
in April last Mills was a money
broker who was lured into an unoccu-
pied house In this city and killed.
O'Neil disappeared about tbe time of
DENIED THAT THE PRESIDENT IS
Washington. June 26.—Published re-
ports that President Roosevelt was tak-
ing part In the framing of the tariff
plank to be adopted by the republicans
of Iowa at their coming convention are
denied here and it can be stated au-
thoritatively tuat the president has
made no suggestions with reference to
the Iowa platform and has taken no
part whatever in the work of outlining
it. Since his return from the west, no
one, it can be added, has even mea-
tioned the matter to the president
FIRST NEWS FROM NOME
All interested in
Are invited to call.
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STEAMSHIP FROM THERE BRINGS
♦140,000 IN GOLD.
Seattle, Wash.. June 26.—The steam-
ship Oregon, the first vessel to reach
the city from Nome since the close of
navigation last season, tied up at the
dock this afternoon. She brought no
p-ews of importance later than has
been received overland to Dawson and
thence by wire. She brought 758 pas-
sengers and $140,000 in gold
To Be Big Military Convention.
Special Dispatch to the State Capital.
Muskogee, !. T., June 26.— From present
idlcatlona there will be a very large at-
• nuance at tho military convention to be
held Okmulgee on July 4, to effect a regi-
mental organization for the First regl-
mont. Indian Territorq provisional na-
tional guard. Major Ira I. Iteeves. of this
city, commanding the battalion formed
in the northern paTt of the territory has
received assurances from Captain Hensen.
who Is In command of the southern bat-
talion. during the absence of Major R H
Colbert. In Washington, that hla battalion
will be fully represented.
Let us figure
with you on a
to ad ve rtlse
tlon. We can
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line at lowest
cUm work and ut-
Write for samples and prices.
STRIKE OF LONG DURATION END-
Chicago. June 26.—The strike of the
waiters employed by the H. H. Kohs-
saat company in their various down-
town restaurants and lunch rooms,
which has been In progress for the past
siv weeks was settled today.
Annapolis. M., June .'6.—'The following
are among the candidates for admission
to the naval academy who have- passed
both mental and physical examinations
and are now midshipmen:
W. C. Ooe, Ore.: J. B. Earl. Cal.; W. F.
Lafrens, Wash.; P. O. Griffith*. Cal.; N
E. Harry. Kan.: C. O. Bassett. Wash.; It.
B. Horner, Colo.
CHAMBER OF DEPUTIES
Palis, June 26.—The chamber of depu-
ties today, by a close vote, refused at the
lemand of the government, authorisation
for eighty-one female congregations to
remain in France.
B. & O. ELECTRIC CO.
212 W.Okla. Av. Guthrie
Is especially valuable during tha
summer season, when outdoor occu-
pations and sports are most in order.
GRASS STAINS, MUD STAINS
ano CALLOUS SPOTS
yield to it, and it is particularly
j agreeable when used in the bath
after violent exercise. t
ALL OROCERS AND DRUOQIfTS
From GALVESTON, Texaa,
to HEW TORI, Vis
- MALLORY S. S. LIKE
, Steaintra Wedneidavs and Saturdays at xoo*.
1.' , inc,udinK meals and berth, co ta muchleaa
|tnan all BAirWri'e for pamphlet "< cean Trips."
J. B. D EH I SOW, Agent, GALVESTOB. Tex.
our acme Wcuuin i>«Ttlop«r will reators
yon without drur* or electricity. Stricture
and \ arlcocrle permanent!/ cured In I to 4
week* T5.000 ta um . not one failure, not
«ne returned Writ# tor free book, enl
sealed In plain envelope.
ACME MFC CO , 618 Barclay Blk., Denver, Colo.
the Cuban minister, has received advices
from Havana from official sources that
the treaties concerning coaling .station*,
In the Iale of Pines may be signed at any
moment and that the probabilities are
that they will be rntMed by the Cuban
s-nate. He apprised Secretary Hay of
these advices today.
MEN AND WOME*.
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