Enid Daily Eagle. (Enid, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 87, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 6, 1909 Page: 3 of 8
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ENID DAILY KAGI.B. WKDNESUAY. JAN. «,
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the salty dog
Milliard*. Pool. Imported and
Doacstic Cigars and
THE PROPER PLACE
FOR PROPER AMUSEMENT
rOH PROPER. PEOPLE
Kimmel <0. McGuire
6055IP OF THE
Our Carload of
NOW is the time to put
in a supply ot high
grade Peas, Corn, To-
matoes and all kinds
of Canned Fruits at ex-
ceptionally low pri-.es.
The Model Grocery
and Meat Market
A. C. AHLSWEDE, Prop.
<'AI SKS DKItll.ITV.
re Fuel* ItnrkiHl t'p
W. M. Coxe ^AGENCY*'
105 Cast Broadway PHONIC 193
Fine 160 Acres, cheap (or quick Sale
Two Choice Residence, CLOSE IN.
Fine 160 acrc Farm in Illinois to tradi
for Garfield County Property.
A Nice Sightly Lot on East Broadway
Why not List Your Property
(By Knox Illockotf. t
New Yurk, Jnu. 6 -Dave Harry
and link ltuasell will meet in New
Orlt'UHH for a leu-round bout at the
Southern Athletic elttb tomorrow
Another mill arranged l'or the
Crescent City fans in the second meet-
ing between Young Corbett and Phil
Brock, to be a twenty-live round
right before the West Side Athletic
elttb. January 14.
The announcement that the light
would be held at the Went Side Ath- j
letic elttb instead of the Southern
Atlietle elttb Is Interesting, as ten
rounds is the limit at the city clubs, j
The Corbett-MeKarland bout will '
The Pacific Athletic club of Los
Angeles will stage the Freddie
Welsh-George Memsie battle tuiiifiht.
Mentslc is to make 13" pounds at
6 o'clock for the English champion.
The bout will be the regulation 10-
round no decision affair. "\\ elslj re-
ceived a guarantee of $1,000 for his
end. win, lose or draw, with a per-
Despite the fact that John Wille,
of Chicago, was able to win a victory
over A1 Kubiak after one hand had
been put out of commission, the
Philadelphia papers are still touting
the Michigan man as the greatest
heavyweight discovery of recent
A story has been circulated that
Kubiak is a "ringer" and not a new-
comer to the fight game. However,
few believe this, and Kubiak is prob-
ably what he seems—a big, awk-
ward boy, who may develop into a
For the benefit of those who look
upon him as the coming holder ot
the heavyweight belt, Kubiak has
doped out the following autobiog-
"My name is Albert James Kubiak,
and my home is in Grand Rapids,
Mich. I was born on April 14. 18S5. | Outlines Okla.. Jan. t>. Keturn-
in Germany, coming t-o this country jing home from seven months spent in
when a more tot. and am consequent-
ly, in my 23d year. I was never
known by the name of Daly or any
other name, save for one occasion,
when I took the place of a man nain-
Debilitv is caused by catarrh. In
our opinion a person free from cat-
arrh was never troubled with Debil-
ity. Debility can never be cured
by medicine not designed to cure
catarrh. We positively guarantee to
cure eatarrh and thus cure debility.
In every case where we fail to effect
a cure, we will not charge a cent for
the medielne employed during the
trial. Now, surely no one should
hesitate to believe us or to put our
claim to a practical test under such
conditions. We take all the risk: no
one else can lose anything by the
We make these statements and this
ioffer because we know and have time
and again proved that Kcxall Muco-
Tone will cure Catarrh. It is. de-
si,gned for that one particular pur-
pose. It is not a cur
to curt? every disease that flesh is
heir to. It is a specific. Itexall Mil-
co-Tone is absorbed in the stomach
and carried by the blood until it pen-
etrates every part of the body, act-
cleansing, soothing and healing
agent. It rids the system of all
germ anil poisonous matter, purifies
and enriches the blood, rebuilds in-
jured tissues, cleanses and invigor
IS BEARING FRUIT
MKX OK SC1KNCK 1>K< LAUI TIIKY
Remarkable Experience of Kdltor \Y
T. StemI—Suture's Secrets
Will lie Revealed.
By Cfttaesisne Mamn - Papxanf
the muco sells, neutralizes the
acids of the body, stops mucus dis-
charges, tones up the entire system,
promotes nutrition, increases body
weight and brings about a feeling of
health fulness that is lasting.
We have Kexall Muco-Tone in two
sizes. Prices 50c. and $1.00. We
urge you to try a bottle on our
guarantee. The Corry Pharmacy.
Washington, Jan. 6.—Th last
quarter of a century has given the
world great development in every
branch of art aud science.
Psychical research would be
classed possibly under neither ot the
terms, although the savants of Eu-
rope and America have in their in-
vestigations used flu* most accurate
instruments of science in their var-
ious tests of the strange power that
ill prescribed | j,as jn space of times been ex-
traordianry in its proportions. Hun-
dreds of names of noted men of the
world could be given, men who have
openly declared their faith and con-
viction of the genuineness of the
demonstrations and who have only
differed as to the cause aud not as
to the reality of tlio manifestations
One of the best known business
men of New York, Mr. Funk, of the
In Same Building with Daily
STEVENS HAS MANY MIES
U oil Id Dispose of His Trophie>
publishing firm of Funk & Wagnalls
in a recent interview said: "i have
been investigating spiritual phenom-
ena for more than HO years and l
have no doubt of their actuality."
Mr. Funk gave details of manifes-
tations which he had personally wit-
nessed and which he deemed conclu-
William T. Stead, the celebrated
journalist of England, in a recent ar-
ticle upon this subject pertinently
puts it thus:
! "The question, 'Do the dead re-
iturn?' is best answered by asking
to j another question, 'Do the dead de-
ipart?' I do not believe the dead de-
part?' continues Mr. Stead. "They
are still with us. closer aud nearer
than they ever were before they laid
down this earthly vesture of decay."
Mr. Stead is so well known to the
literary world that his own exper-
ience as related by himself cannot
Alaska with oue of the finest col-
lections of zoological specimens ever
brought out from the Arctic region,
Prof. George \\\ Stevens, head of j fail to prove interesting to many per
the department of biology at the
Northwestern Oklahoma Normal
school at Alva, is in Guthrie to dis-
!cuss with the board of normal re-
my Igents the disposition of the material
and'which he has secure'd.
Prof. Stevens's collections includes
•d Berry in a wrestling bout and was
called Berry for a while by the resi-
dents of Savannah, where the bout
took place. I am the oldest of sev-
en children, all of whom, like
father and mother, are big
bLr,°Since I have been successful at i groupes of eight varieties of big Arc-
the boxing game several instructors j tie animals, moose, caribou, seals,
claim the credit of teaching me the sea lions, black bear, Kadiack brown
art Well I never had a boxing les- hear deer and white mountain sheep,
son. All 1 know about boxing came j He also secured a fine collection of
to me from boyish bouts I used to small
sons and to carry conviction with its
recital, it being a very remarkable
and well-established evidence of the
dead being still alive.
In relating this Mr. Stead re-
marks "I no longer fear being writ-
ten down as a,lunatic when I say
New York, .Ian
times have changed since ti
when one frock would serv.
purpose The business woman, ev i
a few years ago, could put her tall
or *d suit to all sorts of uses. Today
a distinct line of difference' is made
between the street and the house
gown, the morning and afternoon and
morning house gown, to which must
be added the evening dress.
The morning street suit we must
have and for this there are certain
characteristics that are the vogue of
the day. Sleeves must be close and
plain, skirts should be narrow, long
and sheath fitting (This word sheath
has a difference o> meaning for
street and evening gowns). The fact
is. nil garments must have the ef-
fect cf length and slimness. The
new corsets are the greatest aids to
these effects, as they are now made
to add to the waist and take away
from tin- hips. Skirts fall from the
high waist line and the coat from the
shoulders with no inward curve.
Width of shoulder Is also avoided.
A suit for morning wear could be
of smoke grey diagonal cloth, con-
sisting of a nine gored skirt and a
l.r>-inch coat cut with pointed back
and front. The nine gored skirt
gives a decidedly narrow effect at the
Top and is perfectly plain from top to
bottom. Clearing or shorter length
may be used but if not to be used for
business purposes, the first length
seems more satisfactory. The coat is
as plain as the skirt except for what-
ever decoration may be added
through the agency of the collar,
which may be notched or shawl pat-
tern and may be braided or brocade
or velvet or of the material decorat-
ed with machine stitching, the; last
being the best known ornamentation
for a business sntt yet effected.
Large hip pockets should agree with
the collar and cuffs. Covered buttons
are used for the single breasted fast-
Such a suit as this may be made
even more effective and suitable for
other purposes by making it with a
jumper of the same material if it be
not of too heavy material. To the
grey suit there might be added an ex-
tra waist of grey chiffon of the ex-
act shade as the suit or a lace one
dyed to match, an idea that Is very
fashionable just now. The extra
-Certainly the I this Idea is not a bad one where one'
does not use a carriage at all times.)
The long coat lias conn1 among us .
for a good long stay. It is a most |
convenient thing to have one dressy 1
long coat that can be slipped on at
all times, that is not too elaborate
and does not savor too much of the
raincoat, but that can be used at
any time. No material is more ad-
vantageous for ihe all round garment
than one of the spot proof broad-
cloths which are so very fashionable
at this time. With a velvet collar,
rovers and cuffs, and big pockets, not
too close-fitting, it will be found
handy at more times than one could
have thought possible before owning
One style til coat excellent for
morning wear is on the order of tin-
old polonaise, which fastens over the
gown and is half fitted to the figure
and covers the entire dress. A good
1 material for this use is serge or one
of the new homespuns in grey or
blue or a pretty plaid if the wearer
be a young person.
Ski Ms that possess graceful,
.traiglit lines without being extreme
in style are necessary for comfort
rnd utility. The panel effect Is made
prominent in every sort of garment.
Separate skirts as well as complete
costumes and dressy coats, show this
feature and the panel is made prom-
elaborate braiding. On some of the
more dressy models the panel is of
entirely different material from that
of the pklrt.
The Pangs of Love
"It's b dreadful thing to be in love,"
b&M Mr. Despairing Swain. "I have
a heartache that would fill three hos-
pitals and then some."
IN NEW QUARTERS!!
I WISH to announce to
all my old customers and
many new ones that I am
now located in new and
120 and 122 East Bioad-
w y, with a most com-
plete and excellent line of
Groceries and Meats
There is no better or
cleaner stock in the state.
Prices are right and ser-
vice the best. Give us a
Telephone 220 or 695
J. H. Moore, Jr.
and F t Cattle
Works Both Ways.
"Uneasy lies the head that wears a
crown," remarked !hc quotation dis-
"Yes," rejoined the contrary person,
"but I'd feel dreadfully weary If I
thought my head would lose iia
that I have the same confidence as to waist inky be of another material,
the certainty of communication with but to be up to date should exactly
friends who have passed over into! match the color The idea is to avoid
the other world as 1 have in our ! the distinct line at the junction made;
Splendidly Equipped Job
EMPLOYS UNION LABOR
have with my chum, Stanley Ketchell
with whom 1 worked side by side in
a brush factory in our home town.
Ketchell and 1 were going to run
away from home and go to the Pacific
coast to take up fighting, being 'ring
struck,' just as other kids get stage
struck or run away to fight Indians.
'Mr. Kubiak. Sr.. heard of our
animals such as beaver,
mink and otter, about 120 varieties j
Several years ago a dearly loved
of birds, and 1,500 valuable birds
eggs, which are worth on an average
a dollar apiece.
Meat of his hunting was done on
the Kenai peninsula, with the town
of Seward as the base of supplies, al-
though some of his finest specimens j make herself visible in her habit as
of deer were killed iu southern Alas- she lived to one or mpro of her
ilans and Ygot niv first defeat right j^a. He considers himself very for-j friends who possessed the gift of see-
Sufllce it to say. Tj innate in securing the white moun-|ing; third she would come and be
tain sheep, which are quite rare and
friend of mine promised me that if
she passed over before I did she
would endeavor to do four things.
First, she would use by hand, by
means of automatic writing to com-
municate with me; second, she would
Southeast Corner of Square
ARE YOU AFFLICTED
PEOPLE who "never
read the want ads"
—who imagine that they
can "get along" in this
city while afflicted with
perhaps, less of sympathy
than of admonition.
To buy or sell prop-
erty, real or personal; to
"look'' for work, or work-
ers, or a placc to live, or
to board; to "search' for
a buyer, a finder, a seller,
a partner, a backer; to
"try" to adjust the affairs
-gone-wrong in office or
store or factory, and to
struggle to accomplish
these things without the
aid of classified adver-
tising, and in spite of
"ad-blindness" is a suffi-
ciently impossible task,
OPEN YOUR EYES I
Eagle Want Ads.
then and there.
did not go Ketchell did, however
and todav i's the champion and a rich difficult to get. The mountain climb
man 1 tired of home life. Grand >K makes their huutinK a hazardous
Rapids seemed to grow smaller as 1 j experience, although the most ex-
grew bigger so at 1G I ran off and citing game of all to hunt, according
enlisted in the army and was assign-J l,rot. Stevens are the Kadiack
ed to the Coast Artillery. My father! which are of about the same
was very angry when he found out I j variety as the grtaly, only twice as
had joined the soldiers, and was go- large. One of the animals which he
ing to invoke the aid of a Michigan i killed weighed 1,400 pounds and
senator to have me discharged bo-1 some of them run as high as 1,600
cause 1 was not of age, but he wrj pav'i.l*. He gives a * ry graphic
persuaded to let me roll my hoop, description of the sensations exper-
and he did After some little ser- tence when trailing a wounded hear
vice I was transferred to Florida,: ihrough almost impenetrable under-
and it was there I took to boxing and I brush, with the knowledge that at
wrestling the officers and men equip- an>" moment the bears are likely to
ping a line gvmnasium whore nightly :< rn and Uglu hunter and hunted
bouts were held. i,h('n.1 havillK lhelr P°"It'on reversed.
There wero some clever wrestlers! With everything packed into the
and boxers there, aud I learned so i very smallest available space, Prof.
, .ho rh.mninn of I Stevens brought back with him half
a car load of material, all of which
came through in very good shape.
Gabby eellT came Into our office
to-day and asked us whether we called
our job a profession or a business.
fast that 1 was soon the champion of j
the island, and was elected gymnas-
tic instructor. When I served out
my enlistment I returned home and
my athletic ability got me a job as a
Grand Rapids policeman. I also
played ball with the best independ-
nts team in the town. Grand Rap-
ids, like Philadephln, has a fine po-
lice force. Every man must have
some athletfc and military knowl-
dge, and I was very popular with my
fellow officers. I tired of the job of
cop, however, and after a year's ser-
vice I jacked it up with many an ar-
rest to my credit. I went south
again for the double purpose of try-
ing to sign with one of the clubs In
the South Atlantic Baseball league
and to see many good friends there.
I ran over to Charleston and
there met Pat Meaney, a well known
and deservedly popular Philadelphia
ball player, who managed the Charl-
eston club. We became fast friends,
nnd 1 used to practice with the team
daily. While there Han McLeod, the
ex-champion wrestler, came to the
historic city, and his visit caused a
revival of the mat sport there.
"I managed to make expenses par-
ticipating In a few wrestling and
boxing bouts, and the members of
th ' Philadelphia National league
team were present last spring when
I appeared in Savannah and will tell
you that I was then advertised and
known as Al Kubiak. It was
ihrough Mr. Meaney that 1 came to
Philadelphia and placed myself un-
der the management of John Kelly,
and I am glad to know my work has
irteased the lovers of boxing here to
such an extent as to earn me a star
bout. I have engaged in 26 boxing
bouts and have yet to be knocked
off my feet.
"1 will follow boxing ior a living
and will only give it up when I am
compelled to adopt dishonest tactics
or am knocked out. I honesty think
The bulk of it will probably go to
the museum of the Alva school,
which through his efforts already
has a fine collection of Oklahoma
fauna. The board of regents are in-
clined to give some of the specimens
thus obtained to the other normal
schools, but will probably require
them to mount the specimens and
prepare them for exhibition them-
Prof. Stevens is a graduate of
Kansas university and received his
training in zoology and taxidermy
under Prof. L. I. Dyche, the famous
Kansas scientist and hunter of big
photographed; and fourth, she would
control some medium and give me a
message hall-marked as genuine by
a private sign known only to her and
Within a year of her death she
did all four.
She wrote with my hand describ-
ing her experiences after her trans-
She appeared once in broad day-led with it.
light on the street to one friend. To I A pretty gown for evening wear
another she appeared in a well- light- could be constructed from one of the
where two colors come together.
Another dress that will serve many
uses is made from cashimere, which
with an inexpensive evening gown
will put one well through the winter.
The body of the frock is mounted on
a French lining, which may be used
as a gulmpe and have a yoke effect j
of tucked net, chiffon or lace faced j
to it but cut away beneath. The i
power parts of the lining sleeves are
usually of the thin material and
come down over the hands. The skirt
is of the nine gored variety wit ha
habit back, for the opening is made
on the left side of the front, as is the
waist. The waist portions of the
waist as far as possible are apparent-
ly continuations of the gores of the
skirt. The low V-outllne is outlined
with a band of silk which is carried
down the left side opening and the
bottoms of the sleeves are also band-
Friday, Jan. 8tk
"Its Grinding rthis Way and
will Soon be Here."
Charles Dillingham's Complete Productions
After Jan. 1st, 1909,
we will be located in
the building on the
North Side of the
Square formerly oc-
cupied by the Moore
Grocery Store . .
E. Id. BYERLEY
NOTICE or PAnTNF.IlSHU*.
Know All MKN BY THESE PKES-
ENTS: That thin lu to certify thut The
Carpenter Fruit Company of Enid. Ok-
lahoma, Is a partnership composed of
!•:. S. Carpenter of Enid. Oklahoma, and
J. A. McElhlnny of Guthrie, oklahoma,
and that the principal place of husl-
nena of hrIJ partnership Jt nt Enid,
Oklahoma, nnd said partnership Is en*
gaged in the wholesale fruit nnd pro-
duce bUHlncsH operating under the said
name. The Carpenter Fruit Company.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF the Mild
partners have on this 21st day of I e-
cember. 1908 affixed their signatures
E. K. CARPENTER.
J. A. MeBLHINNEY.
Before me, Winnie Corlett. a Notary
Public In and for nald County ot' Oar-
field and State of Oklahoma, personal-
ly appeured E. S. Carpenter, to me
known to be the identical pel son who
signed the within and foregoing in-
strument nnd to me known to be n
member of tho firm, The Carpenter
Fruit Company, and acknowledged to
me that he signed the within nnd for-
going instrument as tiIh free and vol-
untary act for the uses and purposes
therein set forth.
(SEAL) WINNIE CORLETT.
My commission expires February fi,
State nt oklahoma. Logan County.
Hefore me, J. Stuart McKay, a No-
tary Publie In and for said County of
Logan and Stat of Oklahoma, person-
ally uppeand A McElhlnny. to me
known to be the identical person who
slyned the within and forgoing Instru-
ed dining room when dinner was be-
ing served, and she also appeared to
a third less publicly.
She has been photographed four
or five times, the portrait being in-
stantly recognizable by all who knew
her, although, except to clairvoyants
no form was visible before, the came-
None of the photographs so pro-
duced was identical with any of those
taken during her earth life.
The Surest Proof.
The fourth and last test was given
unexpectedly by a strange medium
to a friend of mine.
It referred to an iucid<mt that
transpired at her death and it was
accompanied by the mathematical
symbol which we had privately
agreed upon which should be the test
or hallmark of her dignity.
A strong and well connected state-
ment Is that of Mr Stead. He lives
up with Arch-deacon Colley, Mr. evening wear and are capable of be-
Funk and scores of other wel' Known 'ing made very dressy or very plain,
men. The testimony of any of th-si- For a dressy cloak to wear to a
men would be accepted as lndlspii-1 concert or a reception those, of chlf-
table evidence in any court in Chris-|fon made with a silk lining are muc h
tendom, and in this matter, when1 j used ami will serve a double pur
the jury i8 the people of the entire i pose in the early summer weather,
world, full consideration and duoil rr a theater dinner they are much
weight should be given to their liked, indeed they can be worn most
statements as to what lias actually j anywhere that calls lor a little dross-
occurred. UP nnd 11 heavier coat, possibly
These gentlement named are con- the one used every day is donned
vinced that the dead survive and can 'upon going out upon the street, and
communicate. Every branch of the1 _ —
Christian church teaches thl first,;
and the majority of them admit that istrations, agreeing as they do to the
In the days gone by the departed details, nevertheless each one has his
have communicated with the living, or her own theory as to the cause.
When did such communications ! That cause will finally be discovered
cease? In what era and through'and fully revealed.
what power was such communication Marvels to Conic
cut, and whcsn will it be restored, if The qilnd man has fully grasp
not in action at this very time? ed the situation and will never rest
new shades of blue voiles and satin.
A draped princess style was used as
a pattern and velvet leaves and flow-
ers of dainty dimensions were out-
lined with silver braid nnd appliqued
to the material used for the front
panel parts of the sleeves and the
high girdle. The yoke or gulmpe Is
of delicate net laid over embroidered
chiffon, but this yoke can be taken
out and one more shallow applied
where a lower neck is wished. The
same treatment is given the sleeves.
While not extremely ceremonious in
Its style, for most occasions It will
be found a most serviceable gown
and one that will perhaps do for a
The fine lingerie gowns that are
being offered so reasonably in the
stores at this time of the year, when
made over a thin silk lining with the
addition of some fine laces and nets,
make very acceptable gowns for
While the men who declare them-
selves believers in the truth of spirit-
ualism make out a very powerful
case there are scientists who declare
the same marvelous phenomena as
existing at the present hour and pos-
sible of demonstration at almost any
day and yet are not Inclined to agree
with Colley, Frank ami Stead in their
opinion that these are caused by the
spirits of the departed.
until these strange events are com-
pletely and thoroughly understood.
The conquest of th« air Is almost
achieved, the either Is being search
ed for every peculiarity by hundreds
of intelligent students of nature. The
army of experts on nil these various
subjects is traversing unknown terri-
tory dally and adding daily to their
own aud the world's store of Infor-
mation. The stray links which are
found here and there at last form a
Book by Henry Blossom
Music by Victor Herbert
Specially picked Company of 60, with
Joseph Whitehead as "Con Kidder"
and Nril McNeill at "Kid Conner0
Together with the Famous
SIX DUTCH KIDDIES
P ig Reality ('horns
And - 60-foot Cars of Scenery and ef-
fects, the entire production as done
(INK WIIOLK YKAK
Knickerbocker Theatre, N. V City
Grand Opera House, Cliicugo.
<\>ioiiial Theatre, lloston
And engagements scheduled for the
principal Cities of America
FROM SIX TO TWENTY WEEKS.
Prices, 812, $1.50, #1.00 7ftc and ROc.
Seat sale opens Jan. G.
16 7 8
133 nnd 702
S. T. Snyder
Also everything in new
and secand hand ijoods
To sell your goods.
See Our Bargains
209 So. Grand
Bee R. A Ki-nt for the best lie-
Alester coal. 8-24-lmo
There is Only One
Laxative Bromo Quinine
USED THE WORLD OVER TO CURE A COLD /* ORE DAY.
Always rememtwr the? full name. Look
for tlus signature on every box. 25c.
Shafts - - pa IL - - belts
waste power all the way
from the engine to the
(lemotors deliver power direct to the machine
and take no power while not
doing useful work
Electric & Gas Co.
bv a long Imo
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