The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 87, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 4, 1906 Page: 2 of 8
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THE OKLAHOMA STATE CAPITAL SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 4, 1906
Is a strong point* with
Hood's Sarsaparilla. A
bottle lasts longer and does
more good than any other.
It is theJ only medicine of
which can truly be said
100 DOSES ONE DOLLAR
BRYAN IS ENDORSED
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Oklahoma's Nick Name 1
ACCUSED WOMAN CLEARED
Husband of Defendant Gave the
Key to the Situation
Buena Vista, Colo., August 3.--Afler a
dramatic trial Mrs. Grace Hutchinson
wui tonight acquitted of killiiiK Mm.
Mary Hoik ai Ballds last Juno. During
the trial Mix. Hutchinson a husband ad-
mitted on the witness aland that he hud
been intimate with Mra. Bode and that
ho had confessed to his wife the night
before tho murder waa committed.
North Dakota Democrats Name a1 Germany Accepts Submarine
State Ticket Which France Refused .^XfOOCKiooo<HXMXH30000CK>o<XH3ea ooooooooc8iO(330CK>ocuaaooc
j PTIAIES AMD T1IK1R NICKNAME8.
Kir!, Aiitu.it 3.—A b iuinnrine boat con- oolor <lo_e«titninl«l Hate.
truited by an engineer named Monte j Delaware—1Wi.£ Hen state, Diamond
Justin, at Kruppa Qermaniu works, waa «tate.
Iietl today. The trials will take Florida Pjpinsular Btate.
A TEMPERANCE SPLIT
Ohio Prohibitionists Name a State
OVhinibus. O. August 8. -In state in-
vention hero today the prohibitionists
practidBlly divorced their party from
other tymperancg organisations, con-
demned fhe Aiken $1,000 aaloou tax law
a.s vicious In principle and powerleaa
aa a remedy, and adopted a platform
declaring for direct legislation. woman
suffrage International arbitration, elec-
tion of United Rtatea senators by direct
vote and a more rigid bank Inspection.
It wan declared that the liquor traffic
enn only be curbed by a party organized
for the one purpose. The convention ad-
journed after naming Its stale ticket
which Is headed by Alfred F. Ilug'ies
of De la ware county for secret ar-
Minot, N. I>., Augii*i: 3--Bryan wb«
i.tfllnimonsly endorsed for president by
tho *ir> d'legntes who assembled here at
the democtatlc atate convention today.
The Nebraskan was called the greatest
friend the working people and his elec-
tion was predicted.
Senators Jlanaiough ami .VlaCumbcr
were denounced by temporary Chair-
man T. D. Casey a« corporation men
who .Uetruy the people on all questions
affecting lapitaUsts. «
B. .9. Brynolfson csiUnl the convention
to order at 10:*) o'clock, and T. X>. Casey
of Welsh was made temporary chi^iriran
und George T Walsh of Dickey, secre-
The full stats ticket nominated follows:
Congre.u- A. G. Burr, Botlnau, John D.
Oovernor—Joiin Buttle, Ramsey.
Secretary of state A. 11. Berg. Griggs.
Audtor—JPrank Reed, Burleigh.
Treaaurer—'F. N. fs'cgge, Traill.
Attorney general—D. C. CSreenleaf,
insurance commissioner--C. Ilaniher.
Juatice of aupreme court— C. J Flak,
^"Jrand Forks, four years; D. K. Morgan,
Ramsey, nix years.
State •superintendent of schools—(Mrs.
Mattle M Davs.eOass.
l,abor c.inifcilssioner—Julius Wlffeus,
Tt.i'lroad eomm 'ssioner Tefrln H Mc-
Intosh, Grand Forks. William Pchuls,
Barnes; William Bennett, Richland
The platform besldus endorsing Will.am
J. Bryan for president, declares In favor
of equal taxation, extension of the pri-
mary election law to ataftj officers, popu-
lar election of 1,'nlted States senators,
an Increaso in the powers of the rail-
road c<«pimission and Interstate commerce
commission: popular referendum; repie-
sentatlon of tho two leading political
parties on all state boards anti-pass leg-
islation; repeal of tho Htreator libel law;
removal of tariff from all trust-controlled
goods and public ownership of public
B«ars th« j* N* *in|l Vou Ham Always Bougli
riate in September. Monte Justin, who
was born in Vienna of Spanish parents,
offered the plans of his boat to tne
French government which rejected them.
They were accepted by the late Fred*
• . rk Krupp, who contracted wffh the
German government to build a boat on
Monte Justin's plana. Tl^ boat displaces
180 tons. It has a radius of action of
3.900 ni les, a sulfa e tpeed of twelve
knots and m speed of nine knots below
the surface. Her engines are driven by
electric motors, and she will carry a
crew of from twelve to sixteen men.
To Drive Out Malaria #
And Build Up The System
lake the Old (Standard GROVE S TAKTKL8M
CHILL TONIC You know what you are taking
The formula ia plainly piloted on every bottle,
showing it ia simply Quinine and Iron iu a taste-
less form The Uuiniu* drives out the mslstm
nnd the Iron huilda up the system. Sold by nlj
dealers lor 27 yeara. Price 50 cents.
TO RESERVE SEATS
ITOR x A.
?Ihe Kind You Hate Hlwar, BoujW
TOO CLOSE TO NATURE
New York Art School Accused of
N'ew York, Aug.*3t'pon a warrant
sworn out by Anthony Comsioc-k#secre-
tary of the society for the suppression
of vice, the studios of tli^ Vrt Students
league, one of the mpst noted art schools
In America* were today ^earched and the
bookkeeper. Miss Anna Robinson, was
placed under arrest. It was charged by
agents of the society that the reproduc-
tions of figures In the nude, contained In
tho fall catalogue, which the league was
about to Issue, were of* an Immoral
character. A patrol a wagon load of the
catalogues were seised and taken to the
police court as evidence. Magistrate
Mayo adjourned for a further hearing
on August 7 the charge against Miss Rob-
inson, the only person placed under ar-
rest. Miss Robinson was arraingrd as
' Jane Doe" on the charge of violation
of an act for the suspresslon of traffic
in obscene llterattf. Illustrations jm -
The Big State
*nie Composite State
Maverick State ..
Georgia—Cracker a'.ate, Empire of the
lllinola— Prairie state. Sucker state.
Indiann lioosu-r state.
Kansas—Central state, Jayliawker state
Sunflower state. ^
Kentucky—Blue (Jrass state. Dark and
Bloody Oround, Corn Cracker state.
Louisiana—Creole state, Pelican state.
Maine Lumber state, IMne Tree siatc.
Maryland-Old Line state*
Ma.ssuchussuyi -Buy stair, Olu Bay
state, Old Oolon>.
Michigan—Lake state, Wolverine.
Mlnnea^ta—Bread nnd Butter state,
Gopher state-, New England of the West.
Mississippi— Bnyou state. a
Wisconsin—Badger state. •
Missouri—Bullion state. m «,
Nevada—Sace Brush state. Silver state.
New Hampshire-Granite state.
New York-Empire state, Excelsior
N'orth Carolina-Old North staie, Tur-
Rhode island—Little Rhody.
South Carolina—Palmetto state. .
Texas—Lone S?tar st^ie
Vermont—Green Mountain state.
Virginia—Dominion, Ancient of Old.
Mother of Presidents, Mother of States
Cal'fotp'a—'EI Dorado, Golden state.
Connecticut—Blue Law state, Nutmeg
3iate, Freest cue state, Land if S;ul-
COMPLIMENTS THE JAPS
Latest Decision of Bryan Recep-
New York. August 3.-AI a meeting or
the executive committee of the William
J. Bryan reception committee today it
was decided to issue reserve seat t ckets
t.. Madison Square garden where Mr
Bryun is to deliver hie address. Madison
p«iuare garden has a seating capacity
jof i.'.Oun Lewie Nixon reported that
ubout o thousand prominent democratc
from all parts of the country had been
Invited. The question of whether any
reserved seat tickets at all should be
Issued was discussed at some length, but
the suggestion of theSBnance committee
that the whole house be ticketed, pre-
Alexander Trtfup. treasurer, reported
lhat the expense of the reception would
ke not less than $10,000. #
The following were elected members of
the executive committee:
Edward .Murphy. Jr. of Troy; ex-Gov-
irnor Garvin of Rhode Island; Clifford
Breckinridge of Arkansas; James Hamil-
ton Iiewis of Chicago and David B. Hill
McArthur to Report to President
On Military Investigation
San FVancisco, August 1 Major (Jen-
eral Arthur McArthur. ^United States
army, comrnandet of the Pacific division,
returned today on tho Pacific mall line
steamer Manchuria after an absence of
e ghleen mont i* In the Orient.
General McArthur was sent to Man-
churia by the president toward the lat-
ter part of the Russo-Japanese war to
observe the Japanese military operations.
He was attached to the second army,
under General Oku, now eJilef of the
general staff, and arrived In time to he
present at the fall of Moulden.
At the close of the war be entered on j
an extensive tour of China, indO^CVna,
Javg, Slam, Burmah and India.
lie speaks in the highest terme of
praise of the military skill of the Japan-
ese and their conduct of the war, but de-
clined to go into details until he had
made his report to Wash ngton. General
McArthur expect® to soon resume com-
iuand of the Pacim division whlrii is
now temporarily in « harge of General A.
AFTER GANS—NELSON GO
Gokifleid, New. A igoet 8—T. Ryard
treasurer of tho Goldfleld Athletic club,
states that the t lub will guarantee a
put oi ol J.'.OOO for the contest bvfween
Gans and Nelson nnd $10,0l 0 for Britt
and McGovern on labor da\
The pamphlet seised by the soclet)
aK<Wits Is the one issued regularly each
fall to prospective students, and shows
pictures of the work turned out by tli
students jif the school The issue is
styled l be American Student of Art"
and specimens pictured are such as .are
seen in any art studio or musuem. In
the hook there are but two pages devoted
to the nude.
The Art Students' league mainialrrs In
261 West 57th street studios and apart-
ments for Instruction In fine arts. No
question has ever i^een raised before as
t.i the character of the pamphlets issued
or of th art exhibited.
WHY NOT WINNER.'
The following letter indicates that the
boys not only watch what is going on
but that they also have Ideas of approp-
riateness. and reasons for the conclu-
sions drawn. In sugg,estiftg a new
the writer backs it up with Jacts
Nickname Editor: 1 am a little boy of
1? years. Seeing so many nicknames'
proposed for our new state I think "Win-|
' state is the proper
and Indian Territory as she
everyttyng she h.
The Coyote State
The Kirkapoo State
The Hustler ittaie
The McGuIre State
The Clever tate
Tie Mart led State
The Wonderful State
The An ti-Boose StaU^ >.
The Red State
The Little GiCTt State
The Forty Six Hhooter State
The ok-lt State •>
The Eureka State
The Red Ueaded^Governor State .
Tho Variety State#
The Raso^pack State
The Union State
The Cannon State e
The Metropolitan State*
Tho Roosevelt Stale
The Wigwam State
The Grafter State v
The Joint, State
I The I'eruna #Statc
The High Rate of Interest State fc..
The Squaw State
The Bison State •
'the Lmpirt^ ot the West
The ftoldcn Twin State
The Carpet-Haggar State
Hie Cotton State •*
The Two Stifr Siat«
The Paradise State
The Richland Stute — *
The Comet State
The Double State
1 he Dugout State *
the Beautiful gtat^
The Mountain ilo e Stale
me Double Eag.e State
The Bow and A" row s*iate
The Hltchcocked State
'The High Twelve State
The Mmor State
Ihe EH State
The turtle State
The Model State *
ihe Eden State*
ihe Am-Olt-Ol-Ah- State^
The Piker Stats
The Double Header State
The ExcclsloP Stute
The Eagle Eye State
The Buffalo State
naqje|Tbe Uncle Sam State
The*Co<Jn's Delight State
The Whoa Haw State
The Garden of Eden State
death by the drum head court martial
which began sitting at 11 o'clock in tho
morning. It was declared that thiee
hundred sailors who had surrendered
during the night had been shot earlier in
the day, but it was impossible to obtain
absolute confirmation of this statement.
From eye witnesses on beth sides the
correspondent learned that in addition
to the officers previously mentioned, tho
losses on the side of the loyal men were
six soldiers and two sailors killed nnd
about twenty of both armies woundeu.
The loss on the side of the mutineers
could not be obtained, but they were not
heavy Thi^-e workmen were killed and
•/x wounded. In additon Mine. Jacobi.
a sister of Colonel Alebandroff, who I
threw herself between her brother and |
some salnrs when the latter nwnrfned e*
into th^Jr house nt the beginning of the
outbreak, was brutally stabbed to death, j 1
Brutality On Both Sides
The utmost ferocity was displayed by
both sides. One of ihe workmen killed '' '
cried to the patrol:
ciurcoo scruMn QUfniEn r.iics
I 13 CCNT3 tACK ; C FOR 25 OCNTG
CLUETT, PCADODY & CO.
tier are on piv'Tb and ■
.ti any d::cction. Tin- inagai ne,
while containing u full sup-
ihells for the guns for the lower
had in it only . shells for
s of ti;c upper tTer. When, th«ia-
4'.); "Don t Are on ihe people. but the j-. l!ip gtormlng party later brought up
47 officer in command turned eol.lly away ^ macMn| Runf, th). mi|tlne*|
4b ! and gave order to shoot t'ie man down . Wi , w .,,,, , ,, ,,,,ss i> |: g
,3 A majorlly of lh« aicounu of till! C-TJD-I w,.lp minptlleil" I., mrren-#!
M trouble bMn Urge IncorrMt. fd„ Their Bag., tn^oflhSwkVthe word# 1
"l.:,„,l and Ulwii, " h .0 : • • "!
I •.-alUUnllM. Tlif plan of ' lie uprlsmBn| lhr , ,ilA
u connived by llic rrv,*ullonary in | A1„ult
31 '•T ">nunUM . Whll. It wan executed i >n ,]lr rtvo|utlonMy olll.uuis. . a. apaj
31 lo ihe letter It failed beiau.e Ihe ln-||n „K1iii6r whIHi was lyln« oB th*
formation of the situation at Fort Con-
stantlne and tho arsenal was fault).
When the signal was given at 11 o'clock I
nt night the sailors, sappers and pioneers ;
left their barracks and divider! Into three
groups. The inissfbn of the first and
smallest group was to kill the #officers,
the second was to take possession of ihe
arsenal and Ihe third wi^ to seize the
fortress and the train. The train crew
had agreed In advance to be ready. Revo-
lutionaries cut the telegraph and tele-
phone v* ires.
The horrible task of the first group w i
accomplished hurriedly and it then Joined
the second group which was already
the bridge leading to Fort Constantine. j
port. . t 4,
MCALESTER 6; MUSKOGEE
Special tA the State <' a*• • >
MeAIcs* !, J. "T . Aug.
McAlester t *
French eiud Monroe, Ni.-'t
- « 14
* AMERICAN LEAGU. ,
This is the only fort directly connected
with the main land, the others hetng de-
tached lsfl/nd.*. The sentinels <m jlnty
at Fort Constantine offered no resistance.
The artillerymen remained neutral and
submitted to Imprisonment In the case-
It was at this time that the sappers and
pioneers who comprised Ihe two groups,
found themselves checkmated. The bat-
teries of the fort are arranged In two
The guns of the lower tier can be
swung on an arc of forty-five degrees
and command only the sea while tho.«e of
PH I LA. 10;
!. Today's sc '
idea und Buelm
DETROIT 3: NEW YORK 2
■ Detroi, Aug. 3.—Today's score:
Detroit ,v .0 0 0 1 "00 o J f li
New York . 1000010 0 0 0—2 I
Warner Orthjind Klleifow
POLICE QUELLED RIOT
Detroit Strikers Alleged to Have
Assaulted Negro Workman
Lk-tivll. Mlc-h., An* J Aflel repeat-
ed charges with drawn revolvers the po-
lice this ufternyon put down a rl>>t of
strikers and strike sympathisers at the
Ideal Manufacturing company's plant on
Franklin street. A riot alarm called out
reserves when the crowd had swelled to
2,000 nnd had begun to handle roughly
several of the oftlc<-rs. The trouble arose
from the alleged assault by strikers on a
negro employe of the cojnpany this morn-
ing. Several arrests were made.
Lawyers for various union are busy
Interviewing the prisoners. The charge
against them la disturbing the peace. It
la believed that a number of civil suits
will result. The ^rials will begin in po-
lice court tomorrow morning.
The Home Run State
me for Ok.. (Th# HeU Anl Stale
won ^ The Heap Big Indian Stato
The Fairy State
yndei!aken or gon
! The* Hub of the
S-spt. L.-D. BROWN jjhc K.Blr Cot
ANOTHER BIG OPENING
e * a
Thopastnres of the Kiowa--Gomanclie County
is the next and we-bave rtow ready for sale the
FIELD NOTES together with a large MAP
giving ail the information • pertaining to'the
opening' of the BIG- PASTURE." From the
Field Notes Yqu can get a correct description
of every section of land in that country, and
from tho map you can easily find it. ,
The Succcssful Man in ail
. Land Openings is the Posted Man
This is the Last Chance to Get a Home
OUR MAP OUR FIELD NOTES
WILL SHOW YOU
MAP 50c, FIELD
The total* vote on the nickname con-
test has reached !09.0:'6 and they keep
coming in at a good rate. The time Is
getting short and if you have not voted
aiyl wish to do so now it the time to
get busy am the contest will close on
next Wcdnfi|09 Nngust ' k
The standing of the various names Is
The Efoomer State
The Banner State
The Ok State
The Sooner.Stale •
The Flag Day State
The Fair <Jod State
The Kagie State
The Cold Water State .
Xhe Rough Rider State ..
The* Mistletoe State
The Indiahoma State
The Squjfre Deal State
The Indian State
The Bird Slate
The Free Hoine State
The Cosmopolitan State —
The Cornucopia State
l'ralrle Dog State
The Missing Link State ..
The Red Stone Stato
The Roosevelt United State
The Booming Paradise State
The Double United State ...
The MaJgStic State * «
The Dugout State
The Winner State
ALL MAY VOTE.
Any person ^n Oklahoma may vote onre
.11 thflk eooteet ffhere there are several
readers In a family or an. office let one
use the coupon day and another .the
next until all have voted. The Stifle
Capital is deslicus of getting an expres-
4,iio1 I g:on from the people of the twin tern-
4.0191 tori**, and the only limitation it placc?
4.801 | on the voting is thaua person be a resl-
J.HTfi der'.'of the territory that will comprise
1.844 the new state. The contest will close
1.44:: | August 9. I'se the following coupon and
1,".-'9 send in a ^ote for your -hole* today
1.3J4 , Address letters t
| ftiAlL ORDtR DEPARTMENT
Writ© address on Line Above
To The State Capital
Mv choice for a 'Nickname for the New State i$
Sign Name Hero
" • ** -kn,j i,urf«- i Mil/«
rfntlna of War 11
one In Mumourl. tend for cataloicje.
LEXINGTON COLLEGE FOR YOUNG WOMEN,
ii the Weat. Conservai
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Make your home more comfortable at
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Always ready." LET ELECTRIC-
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The Guthrie Light and .Power Co.
TO CALL GENERAL STRIKE
ne of ti.
WILL INFORM YOU
NOTES $ 1.00
Government By No Means
8t. pen: ■' k Aug. 3. lji> h. in.-Ai-
though the mutinies at Hveaborg have
been ended and the one ar* Cronatadt
h|* been pfaetlcally put down, the ouve
look is stib black. The. revolutionists,
■whose hands were suddenly forced by
the permattire rising at Bveaborg, ap-
parently are undaunted at these initial
reverses and Intend to persist In their
ailing a general strike <tn
I "ad era of the revolutionists
lie Associated Press spoke
last nigh: boasted that the word had
gone forth and that th* fire or revolt
woulo spiead :,e coders of the em-
pire. Hia cl -sing words to the corres-
• Mpw w ;■ v, l. Iti£a. and Ubau."
The news of tlie mutiny on board the
cruiser Pamyat Asova. oft the Kathotilan
coaat, is ti « kitt with enorm" is poeslbil-
ItleM. The • w of this veasel rose and
killed the eommandej and four soldiers
Amb.«>-,i'l m Meyer hn* received a d>
patch from he American sonsul at Re.;ii
saying thi- the Pamyat Asova entered
that port tln^ afternoon with the red flag
at her masthead Should this cruiset
under the flag of the mutineers, sail to
the northward and appear in the presence
of the t^tIn .admn In the Oulf i f Fin-
land. the lo>al;#of the crews of these
vessels would perhaps be put to a strong
er teat than they could stand. Although'
the admlralt; asserts that the s madron
off Sveaborg did not waver In Its alleg-
iance. there i something mysterious
about the reports of the sctjona of the
•hln« whloh h«t
all Li not light aboard. Only two ships
fir. d on the mutineers the others remain
efl on the borison as If the admiral was
not sure that they could be depended up-
The mutiny on the Pamyat Azova may
possibly raise international complications
a* in tho eye of the law this cruiser,
like the Knlaz Potemklne in the Hlack
sea in the summer of IVvj, Is a pirate.
There is reason lo believe that heaOer-
man fleet has orders covering Just such
a contingency aa this a^jd that it would
not healtate to put an end tif the rene-
gade cruiser as a danger to oommeri e.
Emperor's Rumored Flight Denied
When the firing began at Cronatadt, j
Wednesday night there ensued a wild
panic In the imperial palace at Peterhof,
as the palace lies under the guns of tne
fortress. All preparations had been trade
In advaiu • flee to Tsarekoe-Relo, but
tftc report afloat \esterdav afternoon
that the emperor and his family actually
had fled in the middle of the night was
denied later at the chancellery of the
Imperial household. It waa ^-explained,
however, that on account of the "damp-
ne.*-" ' at Peterhof arrangements had been
made for the return of h* Imperial fam-
ily to Tsarskoe-Selo.
l ie lerreapondcnt made a toui of th*
clt an l penet. a ted to the bridge con-
ne ;tig wi.iieKort Coniiani.ne. He saw
from tin wln.i.w.s of
tiie barra< k* at th* be*> «glng soldiers
across the way. Everywhere were
heavy patrols on the streets but other-
wise the t: orou*hfa rs *M-re almost < mp-
SUMMER RATES TO
Colorado, Utah and Wyoming
Commencing June i and daily thereafter, up to and including ii
Sept. 30th the pioneer line of the west (Santa Fe,) offers you $
summer tickets to Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Trinidad, ij
Glen wood Springs, Salt Lake City and Ogden, at practically ona
fare lor the round trip. All carrying a return limit of October U
31st. Liberal stop-overs will be allowed at points ^vest of Pueb- 5s
lo both going and returning. In connection with ab«ve, half
fare tickets will be on sale at Pueblo, J^olijrado Sjiriugs, Denver SJ
and Manitou, to all interior Colorado points, also to Jfanta Fc,
Should you desire further information lg con. n
nection with that Colorado trip, kindly call $
at, or phone to UnionStation and oblige.
. * M. N. Cochkell, s|
Agent, Pioneer Line i'Santa Fe «
New Mex o 0.
t The people
I While passing tfre arsenal ai 1 .dock
In the afternoon the correspondent beard
n ragged volley whi h he .subsequently
ienrned had short «,f ail
ARE CURED AT- „•
Hot Springs Arkansas
. * * THAN IN WINTER
The Climate is More Favorable; Qot too Hot nor t<5o Cold
Just Right in the 0:arks*
One-Half Fare plus Si. Koinid Trip
Wednesdays and Saturdays. Good For 30 Days
During June, Jul*. \u&. und Sept.
Write "BUREAU OF INFORMATION," Hot Springs. Ark.
0 for Illustrated Book of Informal on
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