The Oklahoma Post. (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 114, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 2, 1906 Page: 4 of 8
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I V I'll I,1 f I? \ TI Chicago 1, St. Louis 0
1 .> J 11 ii lili.YJ' 8l ixjuIb, opt. 1.—The SI
Americans made a determined effort
to win from Chicago today, but were
whitf aov striving HARD forced to succumb after 1«* iuuiug* every rase to the number of liquor
WMiTt had been played licenses issued by the federal govern-,
Scon- R.H.K. ment. No person legally can retail
JTHE OKLAHOMA POST—TUESDAY,
HOW IT WORKS IN KANSAS.
Oklahoma City, Okla., Oct. 1.—The
Oklahoman ays: In any controversy
he beat proof that can be offered Is j
acts, and the beat facta are those j
hat come from incontrovertible sta-'
.sties. The most reliable statistics j
oncernlng public affairs are those i
-ompiled by the federal government, '
ecause the federal government ha.-* !
o Incentive to falsify the records,!
nd has abundant means to employ ex-1
,>ert and highly quallRed men to do
The statement made constantly
everywhere In Oklahoma that const!-
utloual prohibition is the only desira- .1.. p • m iir « irnci
ble way 10 regulate the liquor traffic, \\ j} Li A. J HI A K KiN
and that Oklahoma should have con-
stitutional prohibition. The state or
Kansas Is offered In support of this
demand, the claim being made that
constitutional prohibition in Kansas
is a success.
The number of places where liquor
Is sold in a state is equal in almost
OCTOBER 2, 19W.
New Orleans Cotton Letter.
(Furnished by E. EvWoodcock, Bro-
New Orleans, La., Oct. 1.—Develop-
ments over Sunday were more in fa
^1 vor of than against the market,
weather having been unfavorable, fur.
SUBSTANTIAL ADVANCES IN ALL Hut rains In the pastern and central
LINES ARE NOTED DURING
TO WIN THE
KtfiNAH 1. Chicago ..000000000000 1—1 7 J
S- Umls .000 000 0 00 0 0 II 0—0 <i 1
Batlerlea: A It rock anil McF.rland;
ST Mil IS PROVES K\SY Smlty anj Si>.-ncrr.
S31. Mil lO miMM Ii.v.^1 i niplr**, Sheridan.
Detroit 3, Cleveland 2.
And the Leaders Hand Them Several Cleveland, Oct. 1.—The Cleveland'*
Hard Rape in the Varlou. chanc lo overhaul the leader. re-
Innings. «I veil a «et back today when they
went down to defeat before the De
! ii 0 0 1 0 0 0 0—3 7 1
St. Ijor.li. Ort. l. —Fielding more
phenomenal than any exueuted it eicvelan<l . .0 0 i 0 0 0 0 0 0—110 IJ
Sport Oman's park this " . .on and |,,.lt loI i, s: Mullen and Schmidt;
pitching or the .sensational order RhMdcs und clllrh...
marked the , ' (i.-.aie ol h- import- , lre 0 l^xiRliIln and Kvana.
.mi tei U ' he W bite 80* and
the Havens this afternoon. Races at Brighton Beach
I'hn pennant was the goal toward ... ,,
which the Chlca#oans worked and Brighton Beach Race True
fourth place In the percentage was 0''1 J -^0Hrt Dr®°"' cSt 0,1 "8 111
the Ravens aim. Marvelous pickups lll<> betting, won the .u vma-
.. il h. ad work and during base run '"oyi'ar tv.Tma with open saloons, and a
iiiw; broiuh' ibe apictaturs to their delcatlng Harbatv Me')e >!' tin - license system! Almn.t fnnr tlmu.
1* el in ahiiosi . WMters ol a length. The colt event I n KsMBUH
The neve, die spirit of the So* • «, "lake was won by the A
•wa* abowu in W.e seventh, when Futurity winner. E^ctloneer who
lieai. the favorile. Demund, by a
First race, handicap, t furlongs. Dr.
Gardner won; Adoration, second; Pe-
narrls, third. Time 1:12 2-5.
nquor without a federal license, and t^vjmrrnn
knowing how readily internal revenue r uTT Kt
officers In force the law, liquor deal-
ers fear to run the risk of engaging in
business without a federal license. If
prohibition is as successful as is
claimed by th© advocates, there would
he comparatively few federal liquor
licenses issued In a prohibition state.
What are the actual facts concern-
&.r, xwjrar-s «s~r. aarswru:
The Markets Seem to be Predominated
by the Bulls and Prices
portions of the belt, especially in the
; storm stricken district* of Missislsppi
Liverpool made a fuil reponse to
the advance of last Saturday in Amer-
frOOT) ica Hnd Prot4B reports reiterated claims
to the effect that considerable dam-
age had been done to the cotton crop,
and If anything tho outlook was more
ACTIVITY IS THE CHIEF CHAR-
ACTERISTIC OF THE DAY'S
ST. PAUL MAKES GAINS
serious than at first reported, damage And the So-called Hill and Harrlman
to crop In the path of the storm esti-
mated at from 25 to 50 per cent. These
advices were contradicted by private
messages from reliable Inland com-1
spondenta who had made a personal I
Investigation of the fields, the result
Stocks Created a
New York. Oct. 1,—Strength and ac-
of these observations being that the tlvlty characterized today's stock
report of damage In circulation were market and the opinion was expressed
bltlo^Rgtat 0otf1 Kansas 428*federal KBin,,<1 *0' for th« day, closing at grossly exaggerated. These more con- [in usually well Informed quartern that
M,.?..." !!6 °/.i,KHn"" Y2V:iV"l and May made a similar advance servativ* of report, were ign
mncVn^^ret^riuTau"?'-".1' «* « *• howe^T and u^.hS. ifad or-
"c® "J le,a" malt llqtior aeal- thc ci((ev waa unchanged for Decern- ' "
era For the name period only USB ber llntS w ^«, DBCcmber
federal license to retail liquor deal- #nd M^r' t 4:|,4
ignored the market position reflected tlie
ich. ers, and 123 federal license to retail 4<c December oats left oft at
„ ,j, Nnrn. ^
s?,r "m5: ^ '."nTr^r^rr
license system! Almost four timws as
the accuracy Of i hese
tlgures c^n be removed by inukinK in-
quiry of the Internal revenue collector
at Lea * en worth.
Every 'government lllcense repre-
sents a drinking place, an Illegal one
were slightly higher than on Satur-
The market for wheat opened with
an addition to the bullishness that pre-
vailed at the end of the previous
week. Liverpool options were bo
strong and ttie world's shipments of
wheat and flour last week were found
O'Brien hit a terrific drive to the
right field feftce. Hahn was after the
ball from the crack of the bat and
by fleet work held the drive to a
Matte i """ V'W: K„. , in a 11ion stata. and a legal one ""T """ "<*<« "'"n"
n, wlnnln run «., mad« In the Se.ond race. ate.-,, e chase, about ■ „uu wltll0|ll orohlbllo* The predominantly larre from
nth on la.tmheriy's double, a "lies: T. H Martin won; Realm,
a.i'T.ticc and lannehlli a sIhkIh. [ " U^L o j o.!^ „
Neither team scored In the reRiila-1 l/mfi ,1
Hon number of Innings, the masterly' " " ' value Hue
work of 1'elty and Altrock, the op-l 0(£| flirl"n"s 1 UrMa w"";
•►•slim pitchers making It' Imperil,le | "!,rb,lr>' seoon,1; Con",m' thlrfl-
for th«i struggling cohorts of McAleer 1 1 -J- ' " T „ .
nttd to Ket a hit when It was K<m',|1h The Produce Slakes.
needed III score i run second half. S-yrar old culta and Keld-
The fleidhiK ur the playura of boinji"K*' val"" K|«c-
teams waa superb at Uiuea. "onevr won. l en.uml second; Hau-
i monok, third. Time 1:12 3-5.
Fifth race, selling, IVi miles: Red
Friar won; First Mason, second; Tar-
tan. third. Time 2:UC.
Sixth race, I 1-lti miles: Hllscher
New York 3-2, St. Louis 00.
New York, Oct 1.—Beginning their
won; Adonis, second; Lady Tarantella
last week of play the New York Na- ' a'rf'- "nle ^ **&•
t iona Is took .St. Louis Into camp this
afternoon shutting them out in both Bennett Wing Marathon.
contests. Chicago. Ocf.-r.—Denhfs flennett, of
score: u U.K. winner or the (Keek Marathon, won 3oii 7 "t0 't'he"revenuea of"the"state'
sr. Louis 0 0 0 0 00000—0 7 1 I the Illinois Athletic club Marathon tjle COunties
this country, that tuoh features were
condition shown to exist In prohibition I" ".:,: ,> «n iwiuim were
Kansas reveals not only wholesale eB<M,,h-of to create Arm-
violation of law and that, prohibition
does not prohibit, but leads impera
tlvely to the conclusion that public
morals in a state must be tremend-
ously weakened and Injured when
such disrespect, for law Is chronic, as
it is In the slate of Kansas. Upon
the young the evil pffect of seeing
law thus trampled under foot is In-
The taxpayers in prohibition Kan-
sas are burdened with paying heavily
for Bome thing they do not get They
pay thousands of dollars for the main-
tenance of a system that encourages
violation and contempt for law. a
system by no means so effective as
one that would not increase the num-
„ ltl ber of drinking places, and would add
Hamilton, Out., i protege of Hherrlng, annually hundreds of thousands of
ness. But the domestic situation was
even more conducive to strength, and
that iu reality is the principal matter
upon whica hinges the price of wheal
for tho current season throughout the
world. Local receipts were 69 cars.
Minneapolis and Duluth received to-
gether 9til cars, against 1.400 the sim-
ilar day Jast year, and Winnipeg 342,
against Mu cars. Those comparative-
ly sinull receipts of eprlng wheat are
sadly disturbing thoae crop authori-
ties who have been so continously and
porslatently predicting the flooding of
the market with the enormous produc-
tion they had proclaimed for the three
large spring wheat producing state.
World's shipments of wheat und flour
for the week were 11,040,000 bushels,
which does not differ materially from
thos<* of the week previous or of the
New York OUOOOOaOx—3 6 I I race of twenty-five miles this after-
. .. , , similar week last year. A striking
WAi8.\, or P°int- however, was tnat the contrlbu-
fleially reported the formation of an-
other disturbance down In the Carib-
bean sea and moving northward, rnftk-
ing it dangerous for shipping along
the west Cuban coast, the anticipation
of another hurricane, which has yet
to materialise, was ae effective upon
the market as would its actual ap-
Traders realized that they were also
In the shadow of government monthly
crop condition and census ginners' re-
ports, both due tomorrow. th« condi-
tion report at noon, the census report
at one p. m., New Orleans lime.
To add to the fright of shorts there
had occrred a sudden drop in the ten
perature In the western part of the
cotton belt, the mercury working as
iow as 44 degrees in two points in
north Texaq, light frost having formed
at Abilene, Texas. Therefore it will
be seen that there were a number ot
bullish features to contend with this
morning, a combination of develop
menta seldom experienced and as it
was to be expected, longs had things
their own way and were supported by
benefit of the recent technical changes
—that is, the elimination of a light
The report of railway shares took
on a degree of buoyancy at intervals
which only was moderately Impaired
by extensive profit taking. Some ex
trente gains were established as 4VL
in Great northern preferred, In
Reading and S In Union Pacific, 2V*
in Smelting and Refining and 2 in
Atchinson. Other Improvements
ranged from 1 to 1^ including Amal-
gamated Copper, the U. S. Steel
shares, Delaware & Hudson, Anaconda
Pennsylvania and Baltimore & Ohio.
promiMlfte of St. Paul which
lived 3V4 and the so-called Hill and
Harriman stocks created a good im-
pression. Other encouraging Influences
were increased earnings In railroads
and higher metals here and In London
and reassuring advices regarding the
situation In Cuba, so far as the Amer
lean occupation is concerned.
Call money declined to 5% per
cent in the last hour and a number of)
stocks that had receded fractionally ,
from the best figures, developed r<
covering by shorts and extensive bu> newed strength, including particularly
ing by the interior, which of course, Reading, St Paul, Union Pacific
made light offerings. Amalgamated Copper, Louisville &
Since this day one week ago, wo Nashville, Atchison and the United
have had an advance of about loo States Steel shares.
points, or about $5.00 per bale, which : The stock market closed strong at
on the basis of a twelve million bale only a shade below the best prlcei-
crop, is the equivalent to about $60.- of the day. Government bonds were
000,000 and as the actual loss from unchanged Railroad and other bonds,
the storm will hardly be over 100,0004 were steady.
bales, or h maximum value of about | Boston Copper.
$5,000,M0, it appeal-* that the advance Boston. Oct. 1.—There was a Urn.
brought about in futures and spots t0ne to the copper shares at the open
from a monetary point of view is al- jng which developed later Info decided
together out of proportion to the ac- strength. Sentiment was further ltn
Battel, - Karm r upd Noonau; ; noon, In two hours, 11 minutes und SubnT'lnBtltutlonJ**1'"' BCh°"'8 "n" tllm fn"u tMa^aWa to, the week's to-1 ,,^j?.!®at.ure„0Lth*."A" Proved this mornln* by tne advance In
Ames and Hresluhun.
Umpires, Carpenter and Klem.
, , tal amount lo 5,288,On bushels, or not "aUr"> "lakes It appear all the more umdon from the M. B. copper. Spot
In Oklahoma the average annual far from half, and that Russian ana speculative than legitimate. an,i futures in that market advanced
liH nearest > * Il I- u Ui nuu uam Iiunaiun anu ami iuiuit*9 ill 111 <il iiiiii i\ri iiu \ .im i >i
I condition ; ^ tor "h1°011 19 Uanublan shipments together did not Tomorrows bureau condition report i poUnd 7 shillings and sixpence and
h-ie hours ,hU ra" ,h5 yearly 'nmo wlthi a .««0 bushela or equal- ' ' "^ure about seventy, 1 according to private advices Inter ad
: 'avenue from the number of places, Ung what was shipped from Russia Probably bearish if 71, bullish if 69. ( vanced to 93 pounds, an advance ot
::o seconds ehipsed time, finishing a
long distance ahead of his nearest
j (ompetitors and In splendid
Second ganio— Last year's record waa th
a a a j it II i-: Ind 10 minutes. , ' Kansas now holding retail liquor | alone the week nre'vlous
Lox!,Ih, ® f J J 0 } , 'hVm rvc?r£ f0rt/h* ? fDce " licenses would be $2,009,500. Without Com Cotton Spots.
-\ V \o.l o 1 0 l X 1 4 1 -3:29:30 and Bennett thinks he could ,„„hihltlnn m nmven vUnBaB a , v,orn. .
(Called by agr«ement.) have beaten this had ho exerted him- WOuld able not «.nlv to inereflsV her Speculative activity gave no sign of N*w York—Middlinfl 10.25.
McGlvnn „nd Cor .il Ferm.snn .ml sell'. wouia oe aDie not only to inowte her revival. Heavy frost throughout the none.
Bresnsium i * fguson , evenues, out the state .counties and northerly part of the corn belt set al New Orleans-Middling 9
,, ... I . | . . — _ towns could regulate public drinking rest the talk of rrowlnt mm
! mtures, Klein and Carpenter. I Cleveland Out of Running. nlarps anthm l/nfi hv law fwin., tho uJj *. , Kr°WIDo °f°P- Such of s*aies -, uo.
I v, >. vn.i ci, t i ti f«ii > f , ! j?.. J thc 't as had not already reached full ma- Liverpool—9 up; middling
^ . N vv Oct, I —The C hicago hours and conditions under which turlty has had its car^nr .h<>rr ki« SaiA. knan
Pittsburg 5, Brooklvn 1. Americana lonrnave.1 tn th Mmiiiil I th v ihnnM h.. i.nai...,r. i„c~..,i .iw,1 .u. ... - are< i nit shoi t, but ^aies ..00.
Ani"i leans Journeyed to the Mound | they should do business. Instead, the the quantity in that shape cannot he
Brooklvn, Oct. I In ii fine hitting ( l, v today and after a hard battle , secret drinking places flourish in i much nnri iu ...
contest the Pittsburg Nationals de-
feated the Brooklyns today.
Pittsburg 0002 2000 1—, 11 'J
Mlrookivu 'j ii ii n u 0 0 10—112 2
Batteries: Hrady aud Gibson; Pas
tt>rius and Hitter.
Umpires, Kmslte and Johnstone.
Chicago 4-4, Philadelphia 0-3.
1'hilad lphia. Oct. I.—The Chicago
National defeated Philadelphia in both
Karnes t«"i The Quakers were shut
Out in the tirst game and lost the
second after an interesting contest.
Chicago 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 2—4 5 0
Philadelphia 0000 0 00 0 0 0 2 4
Butteries: Lundgren and Moran;
M->ses and bonovan.
"i v. drinking places flourish In, much and is confined to those parts New Orleans Cotton.
St. Loula team In a M Kansus in vKilatlou of law and with of tho country where the grain Is
defeated tll< m. i.uuia icuiu in M 10! ivansus in violation Ot law ana wltn- or Iho oouutrv where tho •rain to New Orleans Oct 1 —Snot ,-nHnii
mm. ^crn::*, ovon'm
... ' rnr inf..!! ■ ? ^ thej These are the ^acta ah^nt prohlbl- firmneaa of feeling In connection with 'a 17; February 10.22 @ 23; March
m.nt ti, \vn..„ i league i*n Hon KansaK And yet there are per <«h small business done that was. lu.34«rS5. April 10.40 ti 12; Muv
' t""! ,,ow hHvt,.a "T,. ° us"" ,h"' J.ot ""'I shoul" ' rtely the rasult of the adanclng ten- 10..1# 4t SI; June 10.54 @ M; July
Oklahoma have prohibition, but that danc.v uf «heat. World's sl.lpmentB 10.59 % CO; October M.n frx 10; No-
It should be constitutional prohibition, were 2,137.000, axnlnst 4.202.t)iKi the vember 10.04 © 07; December 10.07
similar week last year, and of the to- U1 08.
ODD INFORMATION. tal shiped last Week thle country
London's net munlclpHl dent 1 (,®ntributed 7H4,U00 bushels
amounts to 9-3:t,10L3o0,
clear lead of three games over the
New York* and with only live days
to catch I; tip It is not likely that
th" New Yorks can overtake the
••windy city aggregation.
I'p ut.til today, the Cleveland* had a
small chance of being dangerous, hu
their defei.t at the Hands of Detroit
today put the Bluea out of the run
Say Mack Has Been "Bad."
Philadelphia^ Oct. 1.— Upon ills re
turn from the west today, Manager
Mack, of the Athletes, found letters
from Messrs. Pulligm, Johnson and
Herrm:in. who compose the National
Baseball commission, notifying him
Jor league rules In permitting mom l)oks In Front.
7,',1 ; ? ° .! ?" * ? ? ',er" (,r his team to play with Inde
hUad 'lphiii •!< (i 0 ft- '01 pendent clubs duriug the champion
t( ailed by agr.H ment.) 8hi|) gt.aBon,
Hattertee; Ruhlhach and Moran; this
McCloskey ind Christ.
Visible supply increased 437,000
| bushels, compared with 418,000 bush-
Two huudred penny-ln-the-slot ma- ^'enr previous, and the total
chines which supply newspapers are
now In use in Berlin.
A Japanese company, with a capital
of $6,000,00ft, has started codfishing
now is 4,176,000 bushels, agalnat 5,-
,,4000 bushels then.
Undertone of firmness In oats main-
tained prices In the tact of a good
after the American method In tho ^eal.of ^e(1King sales put on the mar-
Okhotsk sea. kff bv ^'evator people who had fairly
: liberal acceptances of their Saturday
The Ixmdoti aeneral postoffice re- ''ids ,(J country. The visible In-
ently successfully delivered a letter 765,000 bushels, compared
that h.- had disobeyed onr of the ma Hdddessed "Corner House. Two Stone Wlth hU lucrea8e he similar week ot
Boston 4, Cincinnati 2.
Huston, Oct. I. Munchln their hits
In tlie second inning gave the Boston
offense eacn player i«
Ha i.1 to a One of $o0 for each gam<
played, although no penalty has been
OIL WELL FAKE3.
Young and Hi
Umpire, Hlgh i.
commanding lead o\-er
. .0 ft 0 0 0 0 ft 0 2 ~2 t 0
. .1 3 0 0000 Ox -4 fl 1
Welraer and Bchiel;
Promoters Struck Shawnee Town and
Left People Holding th# Sack.
About 170 old letters have been dis-
covered in a post box in the country
court house of Helfast Some of them
hud lain there since 1H9<>.
The newspaper files of the British
museum have been moved to a special
deapoaitory at Kendon. seven miles
from London where the> occupy six
miles and a half of shelving.
At the Needles lighthouse. lsl# ot
Hold in:-, an empty bag Is where the Wight, there has been placed a net
of Shawnee find themselves "f 'ee l trumpe n wh'ch give s blast
last year of 1,498,000. Total now Is
8,833,000, compared with 18,876,000 last
Toue of the trade In the provision
market wes firm with new business
in the pit confined to the January de-
liveries almost entirely and packers
credited with being In full control ot
the October, Liverpool quoted fid de-
Hlue 'n short clears, and Is advance
in prue of Cumberlands. Shipments
"f meats ^nd lar.l since Saturday
morning weiv «onsiderably smaller
than for the similar day last year.
egardB their proposition of bor-
that can be heard *en miles—treble --i) ' ;Uin,' i'. No. 2 red, 75
i'r (or anil « ' The'y'ha've'a hole the lli8,ante ot " • 0111 f<1« "Unal. x0";,°f J.,h.ttrd'23V4..® ?>•• *
Will Pecome an Editor.
Jeffirson City, Mo. Ort. I
N. Still of the seoretsrv « r stst > of-
flee resigned today to b come editor
i ft out on the hill In East Shawnee
There Is a plant in Chicago which
that is h «l to me isure 1,550 feet in manufactures more ma^Ie sugar in a
deptu an! about $: ,00u worth of ex- montn, said Dr. W H. Wiley in a
peiiem ■ with jKrhaps the cleverest lot recent address, than is produced by
ol tho Chart, on Republican. voum-.-h that ever atruck Okla nature In the whole of th. a«a e or
1 "tua. \ermoat In a year.
• The story Is one that can be boiled ——
.In to three chapters under the The "beach officer" of Hunstanton,
I northern 88; No. 2 northern
81 it 8:1.
Corn—No. 2 47tti74; No. 2 white
t.'iii lT'j; No. s yellow 47"4®47U,.
Oata—No. a, 3;:^; No. 2 white :!41*
To Ston Postal Abuses.
New York. Oct. 1. The new postal
commission authorised by congress to
Investigate socond class msif matter
In the Holland house tjdsy. The
members of the commission are Sena-
tors Carter. Penrose and Clay, and
Represents!Ives Gardner, Overstreet
sum Moou. Delegations representing
nil national organizations of nubiishers
will be given h arlngs. The co t ot
ylng second c'a-s matter, which
Liverpool, Oct. 1.—Spot cotton mod
erate business done. Prices !> points
higher. American middling fair G.2H;
good middling 8.01; middling 5.77:
low middling .*>.57; goad ordinary
5.38; ordinary r>.09. Sales of the day
were 7,000 bales, of which 500 were
for speculation and export, and In-
cluded f ,900 American. Receipts 7,000
bales, Including 4,700 American.
2 pounds since Friday
Shannon was an early stroug feat-
Sales ure, advancing on moderate transac-
tions to 13%, a new high price on the
New York Metals.
5-77. New York, Oct. 1.—At the metal ex-
change today commodities were
: strong. All grad'es of copper advanced
creating a new high mark. Tin ad-
vanced sharply in sympathy with Lon-
don. Spot and nearby deliveries were
up 1 per rent per pound Lead was
steady. Spelter was dull. Closing spot,
bid and asked prices: Lake 20.00 (a
20.25; electrolytic 19.37 ® 20.00;
castings 19.25 ti 19.75; lead r .97Vfe
X? 6.02%: spelter 6.15 @ 6.20; tin
42.50 0 42.75.
London, Oct. 1.—Pig tin made an-
other sensational rise and closed with
an advance of L4 in spot and L8 1ft*
for futures at Lilt and -L194 f s respec-
tively. I^ead and spelter were un-
.•hangvd at Lit 12s 6d and L27 10s.
Iron warrants were a shade off at
'•is for standard foundry snd 54s fid
New York Silver.
New York, Oct. 1.—Silver 68%: an
advance of from Saturday. Mexican
London. Oct 1.—Bar silver steady
at 81 11-lfid.
Kansas City Livestock.
Kansas tilty, Oct. 1.—Cattle, re-
ceipts 22,000 head, Including 2,000
southerns. Market steady. Native
steers $4 uO ^ 1.40; southern steers
$2.60 (Q> 3.W; southern (OWs $1.75 (a
2.90; native cows and hellers $1.75
ty 5.00; St«ekers and feeders $3.25
1.40; bulls $2.00 3.10; calves $3.00
@ 6.25; western steers $15.40 tip 5.00;
western cows $2.00 (fr 3.75.
Hogs, receipts 4,000 head. Market
strong to five cents higher. Hulk ot
sales $b.40, fi.50; heavy $6.35 (&'
6.45; packers $6.40 (ft pigs and
light $6.00 # o.56.
Slieep. receipts 10,000 head. Market Rv visiting the haunts of your
steady 10 ten ceuu lvwer. Muttons childhood—go back and'see the old
$4.u0 5.50; lambs $>...o (a 7.25; folks and the old homestead. It Is i
range wethers $4.2.> (y 5.So; ewes trjp that will be a joy and a pleasure
14.00® 6.40. t0 you.
Chicago Livestock. ON OCTOBFR 9TH AND 23RD
1'nlon Stock Yards, Chicago, Oct. very low rates will be made to various
1.—Csttle. receipts 24,000 head; esti- points In
St. Luk.'s M. E. Church South.
On Tulrd street, bel>«en Brcau#ay a
Ur W .
SKhbntb ai -• m!„r.«
Hen.or Kpwor.h Le.g-l. «l 1 p.
■u,nd...'<. ot .Ik >o«n« •
Mid-week prayer tueetlns ® P-
Fir«t Church—W. Fouiib Roblnsoa
■V ti. B. Urch, minister, re iUenoe 181 W#
Fourth, pilone ir l
.-'Abbnth school. «. ni.
Clusf meeting. 1I:t3 p. ni.
fipwortb Junior P* ®
Epworth Lrague, 6:J6 P
Men's iueetln(f Monday night, 8 ? nr-
You ar« cordially invited.
United orethrsn. ..
United Brethrnu In Christ Ci.'ircb. on :hS
coiner of E. .Mb St , tr.d D«'.land iivenue,
two blocks north vi the Msywood ntreet car
'"llev D. L. Douh, pMtor; residence 711
K. 10th Sn . phone 14*5.
Preaching >i it a. m. and 8 p. m.
Sunday Hchof'l, 9:43 a. ni.
Junior. J. o ai.
y p C. u. .* p. m.
Prayer muring. Wedne.-day, s p. tn.
Corner Fifib s,rr^i ann Harrison svenuS.
Her B C Whllwoll, pattor; realdence 4!
U,n, held In tb. bl.
being cout-ucted by Evangelists ieudrlck .ma
Carter of N«;.hrl>:e, Tenne^ae.
Ft Taul * v^nurcr.. corner SoTentb aud
Kob'ic%oj firpeia. Rev. : M. D. Dsvldaos,
it p rector Re.idencs 127 W Stb ot.,
ServltT-. Trialtj Sunday.
Holy comniunlon, 7:30 a. m.
Sunday -cbool. ! m: u m.
Morning pruytr nn'J .-mon. 17:00 a av
Chyral so'tvlee ami n*idrass, 8:00 p. m.
Daily prayer* at a. in «
Firet Lutheran Church.
First Lutheran Church- ibtrd ;-lteet, r.eat
Ilarvey. It«v. William Kelly, pmto*\
buoday aciiool 10:00 iu
Moraiag %orrbip. 11:00 a ra.
Luther leagun, ip m.
Evening \Tor.,h,' . K"0 v. ni
First UnUfd i'resbylwrian Cburih—Pro%j.
way and Ninth RSi A H. Orinitb. pancr.
Snbbath uiornmg ai 1! n. m , the papier
Snb'jaih Rchotil, 10 a. ra.
Morning w jvinp. Il a. ni.
Y. P. C. V-. 7 P m.
Hi vetting s.rvivo will be in the Union tent,
Sixth and oklahoma.
8even.n Cay Advent Church.
Sabbath Mboert «; 10:OC a. m.
ilegulsr set vice at ll .OO a. tn.
1'ouiik people a meetiuj, at 4:00 p. in.
A. K FIELD. Pastor.
People's Teisple—Corner ol ilarvey ad
Sunday school, f:45
The public is tordia'ly invited to these
T. II. HARPER, Pastor.
Oklahoma City Lodge No. 0. A. 0 U. W.f
aieets ever.- Monday niRbt in Eagles hall at
4 P m' AI.F. T WHITMAN. P.ecordor.
E. L. BEATTIE. M. W.
oi.laboikia i not .n • 1, Order of Rrd Men,
ineeth Thursdtv nlfcbi
JOB H. BKOSSBAU, SacbtW.
II A MAI8EN. C. ct H.
Oklahoma Lodge No 1. K. of P., nir-et*
at K o'clock. Vinitliig brothers invited. Work
JNO L. MITCH. C. C.
C F. HULL, K of It and ?.
Red Rost Temple No. 2. Ratbbone Si = 'cr*.
meets every Wednesday night at 30&Vj North
liroadway t 8 o'clock.
MRS. MOLLIE BARNHART, M. E. 0,
MRS. (I fcACK illSKL SI R. und C.
Quen City Lldge NO. 107. I. O. «).
P.. meets every Saturday night nt s
o'clock. The present officers nre Chas.
M Rotiflh, Noble Grand: W. A. Parker
Vice Grand; Jno. E. Donnell. Secrj-
The Degree of Honor ments earn
Thursday nlsht In thp Woodmen's
hall, corner Grand avenue and Robin-
Pocahontas Imp. 0. R. M.
Pocahontas. Imp. O. R. M , .1 unlet fa
council No. 7. nie^.a every Thursd.ty
night. Redman's Hal!, eoruer tlrtt mid
Imperial O. R. M.
Powhatan Tnba No. rree's every
Tuesday night, Redman's Hall, on r
First and Br«>adw; v.
I. O. O. F.
Queen City lodge No. 107, meets ev-
ery Saturday n'.ght, Hendrtckson Hall,
?20Vi West Main.
I. O. O. F.
Queen City lodgp No. 107. I. O. O.
l'. meets Saturday nl^ht of fara
week at 7:S0 o'clock at Hendricks.m
mil. Visitors welcome
W. A. PAKKER, N. C.
.INo. E. DONNELL. S.•« y,
Oklahoma City Encampment No.
1 O. O. F. meets Friday night ot
•arh week at 7:30 o'clock, Heduicn
hall. Visitors welcome
WM. McMICHAEL, C. P.
JNO ]■: nONNELL, ScriDo.
American Vooman 2nd and 4th Men day
nlgiitn of i a. h month.
Powhatan Tribe, No. 4S. Impr. O. K.
Rednten. o\ery Tuesda'. night.
Fraternal 1'nion of America every
Junietta Council No 1, Pocahontas Pe-
gree Impr. O. It. M., every Thuradny
Oklahoma Encampment No. 2, I. O.' O.
F.. everj Friday nlRht.
Loyal AmerlcMlis, ^nd und 4th Saturday
nights each month.
Tyjiograpblt at i mi JJ3 meeto every
third Sunday ia curb mouth at Labor Hail
at 2:Su v m
M. P.. POWELL, President
O 8. WILSON, Secretary
Lalied BrotherliuwU ol Leather Workera,
on Hor«a OoodNo «;7. meets first and " Td
Tuettdav iiisbt# of each month, at Unira
J M PONN, Pre«.ldetJt.
T. C BARNIfART). SPcretarr
Tulsa Wants Christian Church College
Tulsa, I. T., Oct. 1.—(Special! —
A mass meeting was held
/grand opera iiouse last night
mated for tomorrow 12,000. Market
ten cents higher. Prime beeves $5.50
© 7.00; poor to madlu.ii J:;.!s5 (11
.►.40; stockers and leaders $2.50 C(|/
4.30; cows and heifers $2.75 (ft 5.15:
canners $1.60 (ti 2.00; westerns $o.50
% 5.80; Texans $o.:i0 'ti 4.40.
Hogs, receipts 22,000. Market steady
Labor Peoplt Say They Didn't Get
^11 . ^*'r Oeal.
niles, "Put up, stay up, and lake England, who was ordered by tlir ^Tulsu, I. T.. Oct 1.—(Special)—
.voni m-iuina town council to keep dog« from bark- me of the ,abor onions are of the
aomewliHt tin hekuown to but a ing on the seu front, has resigned. j.,01.1 tl)at they ilidn't get a "square
yew peoi.it . paitl* > lntorested who Pending the appointment of an abler d,al 1,1 ,ll€ 'lection held here 8atur (0 0 - 77Vfc: rough $5.85 (a
iv have the rights. caui.« thi- week man. the dogs mill hark. " da>' 10 a nominee on the demo- mixed $tt.:U)
and Iniiied up the derin u and cratic ticket for ;t delegate to the con- $45.30 @ 6.75: pigs $5.50 ft 6.30.
. i act icall every other appurieuane* Th< Prench peopie who used to be 8,J^Utlonal convention. As h matter
'' •« i 1 ippeu the whole consumers chlefh of light wloes are
a boodle out of l¥e city,
Illinois. Iowa, Michigan. Minnesota,
Missouri. Nebraska, North and South
Dakota and Wisconsin
Tickets good thirty C10) days from
date ol' sale.
ON OCTOBER 19TH
similar tickets will be on stile from
a points south of line of M. K. & T.
' ' B -N lty. Windsor to Coffey villa, Kansas,
slid from all poiuts In Indian und Ok-
tuiuing more and more to stronger
iiii K \ s;!ei.\lai, ih'S oil well beverages. With the exception of ^'els
fncludes all new-
eals i miw much
pric. charged. wh!«
pound. The commit
t< devls some me
r than the
horn. Territory, for return to Ohio.
ia . . . .- n t York and Ontario.
50: western lambs $5.00 ft Any M K & T Agent w|„ gUdlv
give particulars as to rates aud tram
service, or address
f tor!, the laboring people .lldn't stick tomorrow lu.OOti. Mark.'t steady. Na- in,_ol!1 mlohlnn In
toswher and soin, .,r th«-m voted it tlve shei p $3,110 iff 5.4H: wesiern w , 'virt i■ la I>, i
Nels. n ind consequently el-rteil liln «b P .l® '•'' 5.40; native laml) York and Ontario
lency arising from this
alte.out working any hardship
owners of legitimate publica
* FREE! FREE!! *
•h A BUCKS STOVE OR RANGE *
On 30 Days* Trial ?A +
* BASS & HARBOUR. ♦
+ ^, + + + 4. + + + + + + + + + + + +
|..0p0Miio!: ti i ? - ut HO i e denominated Belgium, Fdance is the only Euiupean Hh 1 ^candidate, Mr. J p. Yeager ra
•t.i «t grai'i, but veral people heir country where the constimptlon 01 ceme out s(x>ner he would have prob- 7.40.
o\ i .i jiaiiR in the alcohol continues to Increase. ably stood a b< tter chance for election.
ni of tie r - trr Imok foi whicn ! Two mass meetings were held by the 6Photo Engravers Meet.
DOW tftjUlni treaUDast Shaw- Ih-naeif Oerbttt, WthVlillUfl Uborlts ptopla and the "leaders Minneapolis Minn.. Oct. 1.—■The an
ill-«- Jtunittl. . KmsJi-h golfer, who died recent Iv. thought the ha I tilings pretty well nual convention t>r the International (Jeneral Passenget Agt, M K A T. Ry.
left this in his will: 'I should wish a organised but some of ti?.-■ boya got out Photo Engravers' I nion opened here Wainwright Building St. Louis, Mo.
To Te*ch Railroading. * pound cup to he given to the Ches- <>f Hue and \ )ie 1 for Nelaon. L. J. today. Delegates representing local
Chh-Mgn, Oot. 1. Iu the Grand On ter tio. cub. to he competed for on Martin, the third candidate got thv unions throughout the country are in
n«l station tonight the t ntverslty «>t the day of my cremation aud on the support of most all the lawyers ami attendance.
Chicago opened a special . \enlog 8lx following anniversaries." the commercial club members but
urse In railroading. ' « \ertng 'he ■ didn't Into the field early enough Homecoming at St. Louis.
ollowlng subjects PHKoengi 1 at«d The St Bernard nibuka drove one to cut much ic Flowers Nelson, win. St. Louis, Oct l —The homecomlnu
fi"igi... erai | signaling snd train of iheir new powerful enrs, specially ! was elected for nominee has been week calebratlon arranged by the Mli
• • r \ i • mothe poa.-r. railway ter constructed to transport heavy lug soliciting votes for several mon Lb* lion club opened today with a grea
mill.lis, ni. .road . ■ instruct ion audit gage, from Martlgny to the hospice on and wvnued diligently through out! military and vehicle parade Hun
in: finance, statistics, railroad law. the summit of the (Jrand 8t. Bernard the campaign Nelson received a I dreds of vehicles, as well as many uni.,
government regulstiona and the regu a few days ago. and uext summer they, majority of 10:1 votes over both caudi formed orders and bands, were In line
i.iflcu (>r railroads iu th *ii relations will start a regular automobile service! dates, and beat Yeager 2r 0 votes and The annus'. Veiled Prophet parade and
wltti employes. lor tourists to ihe hospice, 1 Martlu 311 vot- jbhll will take plscc tomorrow, (|
S. ST. OEOROE,
OEORGE R. HBICKER,
D. P. A.. M K A T. Ry.
Oklahoma City, Okla.
definite action taken to secure
Christian church college that is to oe
located some where in the new state
of Oklahoma. Orant C. Stetiblns made
a good projMjsltlon to the people; ho
ofTered to give them a tract <>f land
southeast of the city on which io
locate the scnool on, and to sell a cer-
tain number of lota near the campug
to pay for the site.
The Tulsa Street Rallw
offered a similar proposition
wini to run the car line out to the
college. A committee was appointed
to commence immediately soliciting
money and to sell as many lots as pos-
sible by Monday noon.
Insurance Men in Session.
Washington, Oct. 1.—The commit*
te • ut insurance men who were
pointed last February In the Chic
convention to adopt a national < .
insurance laws, met today al ih
llngton hotel for the purpose of ar-
ranging the preliminary steps
\Mrlv ever. in thp union In
represented. William R. Vane... i lie
Ueau of tho Ueorua Wa.hlnntun uni-
Vi-rsltv, n recognized antnorlty on In.
surance laws, submitted a report t
ihe «ub-M)mmlttei on nui i-d vnfp-m
for life insurance companies.
were tentatively adopted hv ih-
Th v will be nresented to the rsn-
resent a lives of the different states to.
| morrow for final discussion and r.iu-
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