The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 88, Ed. 1 Sunday, August 5, 1906 Page: 2 of 8
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THE OKLAHOMA STATE CAPITAL SUNDAY MORNING. AUGUST 5, 1906
FOR VIOLATION OF
ANTI TRUST LAWS
Second Assistant United States
District Attorney McKnight Has
In v w of fit" connuinl «'
the atwl-trurtt itropOTlltton H may l>e ' '1;U
the people of Oklahoma or* not awer«
tAt considerable line been don* uiong
tluit Hihj l>y *hu second assistant l.'nl;e>l
&IM<* dint riot attorney. L. E. McKnight.
Tliwt official tin* secured the Indictment
at the Aniedsn Lumber company nnd
rhe Mlnetonka H-asnber company «n
Wood* county, a*id u« Newkirk he has
«cured the Indictment or vurtiee who
destroyed or attempted to destroy paper*
which were wanted as evidence >y the
government In the pno«wuttlon <>f por-
>ua believed to have viofoted 'he anti-
The rn#e* were started agttinat the
Woods • mntv detendanai some time
tom those at Newkirk are of more recent
Auto. The o«scm will !*• vigorously pr.wr-
en tod as fast as ^omditlons will pnrmlt.
Malaria Makes Pale Sickly Children.
The Old Standard Orovc'H Tuatelesa Chill Tonic,
drivea out miliaria Mad hNtliU up the ayateiu.
bold by all 'lculrr* for 27 yeara. Price 5©cent*
APARATU8 FOR LIBRARY
The board of trustees of the IjOgwn
cwunity high school at its regular meeting
made an «pproprtaltlon of J:**' for up-
paru/tu* and |2W for library purposes
These will prove of tpuch bennllt to the
Sehord as toth were greatly needed. They
also piiMSid «an order tf lave the floor*
of t.ie building oiled so ttluit they may
*et In iwd condition 'by the irhne school
TERRITORY BANK CHANGES
Washington, Aug.. 4.-The comptrol-
ler gives formal notice that no vice
president In place of rt. J. Wright has
been elected by the First Nstlonul
* *>ank of Fort Tonnion, I .T., and also
that R. L. DeWltt has been elected an
cashier of the First National bank of
Hugo, I. T., In place of .W F. Miller,
tout that no assistant cashier has beeu
elected in place of Mr. DeWltt.
Oklahoma's Nick Name i
ooockx OOOI>^OOOOOO<X'OOOOOOOC>OOOOOOOO'>I^OC''XH:'I->OOOOOOOCH: X
STATES and THEIR NH'lvN AME&
Ijels wage— lilue Hen state, L> a maud
Georgia—trucker state, Empire of* the
Illinois Prairie stale, Sucker state.
Indiana Hoosler state.
1,05a liawkeye state.
Kansas -Central mate, Jayhawker state
Kentucky—Blue Grass state, Dark and
Itloo^y (iround, corn Cracker state.
Lou.siana-Creole state, Pelican state,
Maine—'Lumber state, Pine Tree state.
Maryland-Old Line state.
Massachussets Hay atate, old Bay
state, Old Colony.
Michigan L,uke state, Wolverine.
Minnesota liread and Butter state,
Gopher state. New England of the West.
Washington Evergreen state.
Geary, Ok.. August 4.-In a free foil
nil lllght at a threshing machine near
town lasUnight, Keys, the photograph
er, was cut in the buck and beaten
over the head with a pitchfork. II
will recover. Three boys name
fetors art said to have been hie as-
OFFIEORS RESENT CHARGE
Weal Virginia—Panhandle state
Missouri Bullion state.
Nebraska Blackwa'.er state.
Nevada—Sage Brush state, silver
New Hampshire—Granite state.
New York Umpire state. Excelsior
The Square Deal State
The lndiun ■Htato
The Bird Htati* j - ■ - 4
The Free Homes State
The Cosmopolitan State
The Composite State *
The r.jrnucoplt Stato . t
The Maverick State
The Coyote Stato
The Klckapoo State
The Hustler Stato
The MoOuire State
The tleaver Slate
The Married Stale
The Wonderful Slate
The Anti-Boose Stale
The Rod Slate
The Little Giant State
The Forty Six Shooter ate ...^
The Ok-It State
The Eureka State
The Red Headed Governor Stato
The Variety Stat^
The RazorBuck State ..
The Union Stato T
The Cannon State 4
The Metropolitan State
The Roosevelt State
The Wigwam Stato
The Grafter State
The Joint State
The Peruna State
The High Rate of Interest State
The Squaw State
The Bison State
yhe Empire of the west
The Golden Twin Slate
The Carpet-Haggar State
1 The Cotton Slate
The Two Sta 3tate
. . .The Paradise Stato
wt'r Icttrrn wo, received y. ,frt.y, Tl„. m,h„inJ stat,
but llwro w , ,i„ alHinflniK'p v,,l„ T|l|, S(al,
A. C. I arrott of Checotah sent In an-
other bunch of thirty voles for the J
"Boomer State." He has secured almost ,
three hundred votes for his favorite and
desorvts the title the |*«^ a\ iker In the'
contest by large odds.
North Carolina-old North state,
pentlne state. ••
Oregon Webfoot stale. •
Rhode Island—Little Rhody.
South Carolina—Palmetto state. a
Texas - Luna Star state.
I 'tah - Mormon state.
Vermont—Green Mountain stale.
* Virginia-Dominion, Ancient ol
Mill her of Presidents. Mother or States
Cair<vr';i Fl Dorado. Golden state.
Connecticut -Blue Lnw stale. Nu'.imc
slate. Frees*cne state. Land of Sttftd
Votes received in letters bearing the
postmark August *8. will be counted In
thf Oklahoma nickname contest U^h
leaving but four more days in which hal- '
lots may be sent in. |
tlege while the Boomer would be an ever
Respt., A voter.
O Dr. E 8. HAVENS
The total vote in the contest Is now
113,802 distributed as follows.
The Boomer State
The Banner State
The nk Stale
The Sooner State
The Flag Day State
The Fair God Stale
The Kagle Stale
The Cold Water Si ale ...
Rough Itidur Stale ....
The Mistletoo State
The indiahoma State ...
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Fight Re8ulU Over Enid Gamb
* ling. Raid
l-'.nid. Ok., Aug 4 -Wednaaday evening
Deputy Kd. Hoar made a raid* on a
gambling room over tlie Court Sal-^m and
«orured eoneldttruble gambling paraph-
ernalia. Thursday morning while a
crowd was in th * nheriff'H office, a re-
mark wan made by .! K. Lewie that the
KherlfT'H titllec wax receiving pay from
the gainblere in the city for their pro-
tection and that only an ocraalonal raid
waa made to delay publie suspicion. The
aherlff'H ffVree ti ok exception to the
eiatitmem and deinundeu to know the
nam* of the man who uad accept**! nuch
blood money. Mr Lewi« poinlod out
Deputy t'harleH Oaniphell. aa ona of them
Charley arose and d<-ulod the Ktatemnnt
tytd hurled a book laying handy at the
head of yie acouaer. Horloiut trouble,
however, waa averted at thia moment
by Wherlff Campbell Hteiipliig in and ar-
resting hla brother, nnd taking him Im-
mediately to the police judge where
Charles entered a plea of guilty to the
charge of a**fttllt made by his brother
Other names were cited who had paid
hush money to the force, and County
Attorney Hueth trl^d to get a state-
ment from them In regard to the matter
None of them, however, would say any-
thing on either aide.
ENID PIONEER DEAD
Fpecial 10 the Slate Capital. *
Enid. Ok., Aug., t New W'*><1. one of
the oldest and best known <ltliens of
In Id died laat night at hla home on Mast
Manroe. after a short Illness. Knneral
arrangements are being made for this
CHOSE BLACK DOG
Former Governor On Osage AUot-
* mcnt Committee
Special to the State Capital
Pawhuska. l>k.. Aug. 4. -The appoint-1
ment by the Oaago council of ex-Govern-
or Hlack I>og aa a member of the alio' j
Ing committee was today approved by '
th' Interior department at Washington. '
The oliofllnent a oik will s.ton be arted I
The new member can neither read, write]
sp**ak or underatand the F.ngllah la
gi. ige. Charles K. McCheane probet>
■will be made chalrtuan of the coinmi
THE KIDNEYS un strfngthenc l
aiul t n 'd b\ Hood's Sarag|iarill%
— it cures all their ailment*, pain* in
ilio loins ami THE BACKACHE-
SUES 12 RAILROADS
iUeged Safety Appliance Laws
WaKhmcLai, August 4 \ toroey Uen-
r«l lioody, m UnM rda',i e vull.li the policy
heretofore det«rnnnwl^<"i dire- :ed
funtlier prtMa -utl(« s of a number of
raikoade Air vtelaUona «the fed«*ml
sjl.'c :\ appliance ax'ts. The l'nlted Ht.titea
SMorneys tor the various d *• •< «
In The vadatwxia +, ^
dir^ ted «to ni«* and MfOrn *ly pr -se-
cute sails for tl>e recovery of ti. at at ti-
ter penalty. The C.hi<ti®o, H n ngi«'ii
and Qulncy railway company w.ll h«> sued
for eev«v o#n p«iailti« and t he tit . •<
Iron Mot«nt«ln and «•> rlwrn nt way
Gempaii> for thtrtt penal: ■ >•
Tits roads to (be rnado *U*ton lant-- and
Elementa Help Boomer
The votes f„r the "Boomer' 'name
fame in from all over the new«atate yes-
terday even the element* here conspir-
d to aid In Its canvass, note the follow-'
11 gi # *
Ponca. City Aug. 3.
Nickname Editor: The big ruin of
yesterday haa boomed the corn, alfalfa
id cowpeaa and In fact has boomed
erythlsg, and here goes for Boomer,
L. F SHHBX'KBNQAMBT
Like* Sunflower •
Jack Thomas, of Mcloud Ok writes
"A suggestive name for a nickname
Mild he Munflowef tf fiot already taken '
Plea For '• Antl-Booxe"
Here la an eloquent plea for the "An-
tl-Ho^xe' nickname'but it cornea in too
to do much good unless there Is an
unegpected land slide
Pjjdcn, T. T.. Aug 2.
Nlcfcname Editor • desire to to
all who arc participating In the in k-
lame vote, that it la the perogatlve of
very voter at any election, to change
hla vote at any time prior to the dosing
oj the poll", and '• ' ou who hav \
for the Boomer state, pause for n mo J
ment for you have evidently done 1
without proper previous reflection. 11 1- j
claimed that the white people in • T. 1
rlttkry forty years ago weie Boomers
1 granted) but they were hoomerJ t!
p:ne. riot, robbery and murder, tin* 1 -
lgens today alio are here for the pur-
pos of develcplng the country morally,
socially and financially are of a higher
and better type and protest against be-
ing classed with the original boomer,
and In order that we may be delivered
from that affliction we Implore you to
transfer your votes from the Boomer
(o the Antt-floose state for to win on
that name would give us a natlonul pres-
Thc Double State
The Dugout Stato
ThS Beautiful State
The Mountain Hose State ...
J The Double Eagle Slate
[The Bow and Arrow State ...
The Hltchcocked State
The High Twelve State
Hhe Eli Stato
The Turtle State
The Model State
The Eden Stale
The Am-Ok-Ol-Ah- State" ...
The Piker Stato
The Double Header State .
The ICxcelRlor State
The T'Taple E#\ e State
The Buffalo State
The#l*ncle Ram State
The Coon s Delight State
Vha *./hon llsw State
Garden of Eden Slate
The Home & us State
The Red Ant State
The Heap Big Indian State
Th# Fairy State
The Hub of "he World State
The Kafflt . orn State
The Prairie I)-V State
Thw Sunshine Flower
The Missing ftnk State ..
The Ited Stone St*V,
The Roosevelt 1'nltta State
The Booming Paradise Stato .
The Double l'nlted Stato ...
The Majestic State
The Dugout State
The Winner Stale*
KANSAS' HEAVIEST MAN
Leavenworth Cab Driver Tipped
Scale.1! at 450
I* Leavemworth, Kas ,
i probably the heaviest
died tonight of blooi
pounds but had beei
tlve all his ltfg and
his own high seat)
ng. 1, t'ocil Bay
man in Kansas.
apable of driving
ibs until the last
few weeqs. .Bay had slept nights in an
arm chair for twenty years.
JOHNSON IS VINDICATED
Cleveland Mayor *Was Held For
Contempt of Court
Cleveland. August t —Judge Kenedy, of
the common pleas court today deoided
that Mayor Johnson was not guilty of
confteimpt of court as charged in connec-
tion w ;i the :«*ai1ng up of the tracks
M the Cleveland Electjlc Railway com-
pany Inrtt week in Fulton s<n -t. The
count heUI 1! •: AV J Sprlngborn, di-
rector ^fr-pubi,- service, has violated the
temiporary Injunction issued by Judge
Ford ;n is- Springliorn wfs fine;!
$100 and cows #An a«i41«atj
new : ii! ;i- >: onve tiled J)
torneys for Sprlngborn.
deatro* t-he birildings. l\ lice and com-1 the suk-ldo hei-e yesterday of Eli A.
munal guards weer simimotied and a | QaKp_ son of former gecrc'-ary of 'l*r«is-
flgMt followed, rssultfog M> the kll*nci ury Lyman <i-«ge, d'.d iw>t wmnt Mi
or .«..« « orner or hoW|n€ th(. ln,UMt „u.rc j, no
; tion as t(a the ir.:...iier of death. The
widow today aired to her fether-in-law,
i wrfo is at 1 « Angeles, asking his ad-
\ soldier who came from 111.' Sveaiborf vte# ntxiiw the arrangemeim fm- the
forlrew <li.r!Tig tl.e .lav. said tlM the rnnerai. The body -wiH In all probai^llty
casualties would 'he «iiown to number be shipped to Chiicagt* for burial.
many more '.-.a:t five hund:°<d. express . 7- --
the'oiiir.lon thait the totals <fill run Into.
th -usaiids. The garrison conaleted
The* leader of the red guard,
ti cdinmunal guards
8 red guards. Cossacks were sun
and t .. '• d the confl atar.'s.
Says Thousands Are Detid
MILAN FIRE LOSS $800,000
Milan, Italy. August f -Fire broke out
here this morning In the international
, YP ; .••n and d.d SgtSOSlvS dsanags
The noctiontf devoted to ttie deAyriit
arts of Italy and Hungary were totallj*
destroyed, as also w.ia the pavilion U
which were Installed the exhibits*
rtallan and Hungarian arch1<terture.
damage is estimated at $800,000.
MAHER TOOK THREI
ALL MAT VOTE
Any person la Oklahoma may vo;e once ;
m .-ontest. Where there aie •■•voral j ^
readers in a family or an offlc*, ..: one1 ^
use the coupon one day and another th j '
next 1—HI all k e voted. The StmejJ
Capita" is desirous of gelling an °*pres-
slon from the people of the iw.a tern-;
torles. nnd the only limitation It pla
on the voting Is that u person be a r< I- (*
der . of 1/ - territory that will comprise ,
the new ...a:e The contest will u'.Ose!
August .#i;se the following coupon anJ
send in a vote for your < lioks today-
\ddrtss lef.ers ;o "Kir'-nams Editor."
Plucky American Jockey After
Record in England
j Koch, has been -arrested. A number of
I workmen are on a strike and the street 1
I cai« are not running but there have been ]
I no disturbances today.
WARSHIPS DID WORK
MutineeH Held Out Until Boin-1
Helsingerfors. August 4. 11:3# p. m.- The
correspondeir i f 'the Associated Prees
was peirm i:i>.l today to l«H>k over the
forirc -*on V ma 1 - and - well aa
aii ill.- other fortifications overlooking
the town, although uhe ones w to com-
plied wfth his tv.pif.-v were cwewid to^
truth of the
I statement previously onWol. thait l ie
j mutineers h;id the upper hand in pract-
j ically all the fontrt^sw-s "until the arrival
| of the wa-shiqs.
Esc" ; jd by an officer, the corrayond-
,us shown all the minor bur-nicks
fortlftc anions and tbe wharf nnd
;i| n K allow his to
al* I The wene* proved
v ,1 1 lie Goodwood races to-
• races • ■ Na- - . stakes
s Cant«Tlairy Pi'.grim, tJie
: ik- on Lord Derby's Vialor-
Moleoomb stakes on W.
My Pet II.
ALTUS GROWING FAST
New Railroad and Excellent Crops
machine gun* •Flngsrtalfs had been spMn-
. red us ,f the mutineers had nrted to
Shoo! away * he Ruiwlun colors. The most
sever*' ti•" ' from t*lie fortress was d"irer«-
y,\ on>ho headqiiarteiH of the*command-
er. who on tin- second day of the trouble
Was torvd to seek shelter In a better
NO INQUET SIN GAG% SUICIDE
Seattle Wash., August 4.-Coroner Car-
roll gald tTi!s morning thait the facte in
Exceptionally Lots} Rates
FOR THE ROUND TRIP TO THE
SUMMER RESOftTS OF THE
THOUSAND ISLANDS, ST. LAWRENCE RIVER,
NEW ENGLAND, and CANADA
"The Niagara Falls Route."
LIBERAL STOP-OVER PRIVILEGES
At Detroit, Niagara Falls, or Portland, Me.
, According to the route selected
C0MPLETE INFORMATION WILL BE FURNISHED UPON APPLICATION
TO AHY TICKET AGENT. OR
c. C. MERRILL, Traveling Passenger Agent.
Tenth and Walnut Streels, Kansas City, Mo. *
W. J. LYNCH, 0. W. RUGGLES,
Passenger Traffic Manager, General Passenger Agent,
Get a Copy of Our Vacation Tour Book. /qn"t'hai
Wnto address on Line Above.
To The State Capital
Mv choice for a Nickname for the New State
' oxva %. d
| per brun
M Woodson nnd J S-1
Altus, were in the
• iil'ereti« e with tlis -
1 nnd meeting many \
senator represented Ki-
i 4'puntie* In the yp-
' t lie letrislature but since
•me a farmer and resides 1
MORE TROOPS REVOLT
Sign Name Here
• -1 4 A portion of the
Summer Rem be r toff, near
yesterday and are In op-
The sHlllerymeo l«ve
,vrs ot t of their qtmrters.
: coMiu'ks Han't to over-
ft .* k Yards company of Onial
of Nebrattks. %
uls are laiking us tr-
illions are be ng taken
of HI i non
blitska; t'hvugo Hi
rhloago. Rotk lab
way company, wift
Kansits t'lix fe-
l a< Mr reHsay e<*n
of >Missoiii-l and
t t 1/hM and S i
id Nor,hw Kt-
id Qui my j
1 to prev.
C OMPAN^ LOSS 4 MUllON THE CZAR IN CONTROL
Hamburg Concern fyUs on Stock *:0idier S;ivs ThousHnriB Are Dead
TI IE characteristics that have made Blatz Beers Vvorltl-
farfted are an invariable feature of each brand.
Whether your dealer offers you Blatz "Wiener,"
"Private Stock," Export" or "Muenchener," you will be
sure of a beer that's brewed for quality along either
Bolfemian or Bavarian lines by the Blatz Process.
company, western «tw
9t. Louis Southwestern r
eastern disli •> t of Ar*
rern railway opmpeny wxete
tra t of Tunnesse*'; Union Pae ti 1
company, d^SUiut of Ntbrasku,
holders to Pay Capital
Hamburg, Aug.. • -Ai an
Iiik < f the stockholders of ti
III. men Fire Innuiifci *
br ^ ulay the dire ' ,,
stockholders that the total
company a* s reiult of the &
disaster amounted to $4.3M>
serves on hand amounted
and it would therefore l.<
tlir ht.** K "idiTS 1^,1 >
\ the capital.
pi leon® - 1
sent to f
to ti* ! .•*
. ill un
K uland. August • rtven
l, uu4 l'V. 1> in th« ■ "'I-
lment uhtH morning Th
i.een ma*ohed out and
udden ^sitifld where they
ml giw-rd yesierdav ev-
Stet effMt Ho lirlng ahmit
ke. 'lliry marched in for-.*
house of the etre-.it railway
rhe tnen to stftHe. Upon
ohe guai'iis attempted 10
'•© i E
And it's this very process that's the answer to the much
talked of Blatz Character—that * "peculiarly K<*>od taste."
All of the fundamental and essential elements of nonest brew-
mg are only the "vsetving" on which is built Blatz Individuality.
If you're a lover of draught beer—keg beer—you should
cultivate the Blatz Sign habit," . .
Battled Blatz is available, or should be, in most first-
class places. Ajk for Blatz Private Stock. #
• Ask your
dealer for a case delivered home.
The celebratecTbrands—Private Stock, Wiener, Muenchener
Brewed Exclusively by
jVAL BLATZ BREWING CO., MILWAUKEE
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