Canadian Valley Record. (Canton, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 3, 1907 Page: 2 of 8
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Injunction Granted A«ni*st Kansas
City Live Slock Exchange.
Attorney General Jackson of Kanaae
Bring. Suit Under Anti-Trust
Lewa of that State.
Kansas City.—An Injunction waa
granted In the district court of Wyan-
dotte county. Kansas, Friday, forbid-
ding the members of the Kansas City
lire stock exchange to obey rules of
the organization which require them
to boycott non members. The proceed-
ing waa brought by Fred 8. Jackson,
attorney general of Kansas, and will
be pushed under the anti trust laws
of that state.
Under the rules of the exchange a
member must not recognize a yard
trader who la not a member of the
exchange. No member of the exchange
may pay money as a fee to an order
buyer not a member of the exchange.
The exchange lias a penalty of line,
suspension and ultimately expulsion
from the exchange which It Imposes
on members who fall to obey the
The restraining order Issued Friday
Is a temporary order, but the attor-
ney general will ask for a permanent
Injunction. There are thirty-eight
corporations and 476 Individuals
named as defendants in the proceed
Ing. The temporary order forbids the
enforcement of all the non Intercourse
rules of the exchange. The traders'
exchange ipembers are also Included
In the restraining order. It seems
that the Traders' exchange have their
rules printed, but since the former
proceeding against the live stock ex
change that organization has not pub-
lished non-intercourse rules, although
the attorney general saya the rules
are still enforced.
•British Warships Are to Uae Oil Instead of Coal."—Cable Item.
ARE BACK FROM OYSTER BAY
The President and His Family Re-
turn to the White Hons*.
Colors in Bank Notes.
Atlantic City. N. J.—If the secre-
tary of the treasury will grant a re-
quest contained In a resolution pre-
sented Friday at the American Bank-
ers' association convention the tellers
desk of the average national bank w«ll
somewhat resemble the ribbon counter
of a department store. The resolu-
tion proposes that each denomination
of bank notes be made of a certain
color .as follows: One dollar notes,
slate; twos, brown; fires, green; tens]
blue; twenties, yellow; fifties, pink;'
and hundred and over, white. The
resolution was referred to the Incom
Ing executive council.
ftallroada Denied An Injunction.
Omaha. Neb—Judges T. C. Munger
and W. U. Munger, In the United
States court Thursday night denied
the Injunction asked for by the rail-
roads operating in Nebraska to pre-
vent the state railway commission
from enforcing the lawa reducing
grain ratos. The restraining order is-
sued some time ago by Judge T. C.
Munger waa dissolved. This is regard-
ed as a decisive victory for the state,
although It is presumed that the case
"Will be appealed by the railroad com-
Pettibone'a Trial October 15.
Boise. Ida.—George A. Pettibone.
one of the men charged with the
murder of former Governor Frank
Steunenberg, has so far recovered
from his recent illness that he was
able to appear in court Friday ami
listen to an order fixing his trial for
October 15. Both prosecution and de-
fense announced that they would be
ready at that time. Pettibone plain-
ly showed the emaciating effect of his
Traveled in a Special Train Which
Also Brought His Horsea and
Oyster Bay.—President Roosevelt be-
SJD his Journey to Washington at 10
o clock Wednesday morning, ending
hia summer vacation which com-
menced June 12. The trip was made
by special train to Long Island City
around the lower end of New York
City by tug boat and from Jersey City
to Washington In the special train on
which the president will make his
western trip, which begins at Wash-
ington next Sunday.
Mra. Roosevelt. Miss Ethel and
Quentin, accompanied the president,
the other children being at school. Of
the party also are Secretary Ix>eb and
his family and the metnbers of the ex-
ecutive stafT and secret service guard.
Two express cars loaded with the
precident's horsea and stable equip-
ment preceded the special out of Oys-
Bay that they might be made part
of the tralun at Jersey City.
arrived here from his summer home
at Oyster Bay at 5:57 p. m. WednA-
day while Washington was at dinner,
yet a large crowd was at the Pennsyl-
vania railroad station to greet him.
Most of the way from Oyster Bay the
special train bearing the president.
Mrs. Roosevelt, Miss Ethel and Quen-
tin and the executive staff, ran ahead
of time and therefore a slow trip was |
made from Baltimore to Washington.
In spite of this the train pulled three
minutes ahead of time.
Generals Parra, Ducaaai and Mlret
Charged With Leading Conapiracy
to Start Revolution.
Havana. Cuba.—The aecret police
early Thursday arrested Gen. Masso
Parra and a little later took Into cus-
tody Gen. Juan DucaBsi and Gen. Lara
Mlret, charged with conspiring against
Gen. Parra Is the alleged leader of
the conspiracy to start a revolution
against the Americans in Cuba with
the use of funds supplied through
some form In New York. Simul-
taneously with the arrival of Parra at
Havana three Santo Domingana, well
known on account of their previous
revolutionary records, also arrived.
It is known that the conspiracy was
hatched in New York by Americans
whose names, it is* said, are In the
possession of the United States gov-
ernment and It is stated that the lead-
ers here were professional revolution-
ists hired for the job. which It-Is be-
lieved will result in a fiasco.
Gov. Magoon, however, is amply
prepared with 5,000 American soldiers
and 6,000 rural guards to crush any
Two Harriman Corporationa Charged
on 124 Counta With Cutting
Ratea From Japan.
Bank Deposita Increase.
Topeka, Kan.—Deposits in Kansas
banks have Increased $20,000,000 in
the pas* year, according to the of-
ficial call" statement given out
Thursday night by Bank Commlsslon-
Royce. Individual deposits, which
represent the deposits of individuals
and not that of banking Institutions,
one year ago were: In state banks,
$66,550,343.77; tn national banks, Xj>8,-
267,805.69; total. $124,818,149.46. At
the present time Individual deposits
are: In state banks, $79,242,744.67; In
national banks, $64,977,744..)4; total,
$144,220,518.71, showing an increase in
one year of $20,000,000.
ENGLISHMAN'S FIRST AND SUC-
CESSFUL ATTEMPTS IN MANI*
The Winnipeg (Canada) Free Press
of a few days since contains account
of the success that followed the ef-
forts of William Knowles, an English-
man who located near Winnipeg. Man-
itoba. This is but one of many let-
ters giving experiences of settlers,
and should be encouraging to those
who are looking about for a new
home in which they may better their
condltlona. The following ia a copy
of the article referred to:
William Knowles, who cultivates
some twelve acres of land Just below
Middlechurch ferry on east side of the
Red River has probably as fine a dis-
play of horticultural products as any
In Manitoba. The whole of his hold-
ing ia in a high state of cultivation
and literally crowded with splendid
vegetable specimens, which have for-
tunately escaped damage by hail, al-
though heavy storms have more than
once occurred within a few miles. The
potatoes are a wonderful crop, and he
expecta to raise 1,500 bushels from
his patch of 4'/g acres. A half dozen
of tubers selected yesterday average
more than a pound each. Adjoining
the potatoes may be seen a marvelous
collection of tomatoes. There are 600
plants, all growing under an enor-
mous weight of fruit. One single
stock picked yesterday contained
eighteen tomatoes and weighed four
pounda. This extraordinary example
of marvelous growth, together with
some of the -potatoes were sent to the
Free Press office.
The proprietor was the first In
town with several specimens, Includ-
ing green corn. The season has been
favorable for onions, and one square
patch of nearly an acre Is looking re-
markably healthy. In addition there
are good crops of cabbages, cauliflow-
er. turnips, parsnips, carrots, pump-
kins, marrows, cucumbers, celery, peas,
lettuce, rhubarb, etc. The floral de-
partment has not been neglected and
*' charming display of all the well
known blooms were shown, Including
a specially choice lot of asters.
Mr. Knowles, who" gained most of
his gardening experience in England.
Is loud In his praise of Manitoba soil
for vegetable raising, and is gratified
with the result of his first attempt at
rv re Fee*.
The pars food law does not prohibit
the sale o( Cream of Tartar
Powders because Cream ef Tartar In
aa pure as Alum—bnt It is a well
known fact that a baking powder la
which Alum la uaed Instead of Cream of
Tartar la less injurious. Dr. Herman
Rein bold, the expert German chemist.
In a recent official report concerning
Baking Powdera, declares that a pure
Alum baking powder la better and lees
Injurious than the so-called Cream oC
Tartar powdera. He aays that If the
quantity of alum contained In a suf-
ficient quantity of baking powder for
a batch of bread or cakes for an ordi-
nary family, be concentrated to one
mouthful of food, and taken Into the
stomach of any one person, no
bow delicate, It could do no harm.
Full of Knots.
The lanky tramp removed his tat-
tered bat and displayed hia Intellect-
"Ah, lady," he confided, "I have
brains to burn. There Is nothing I
like better than to tackle knotty prob-
The busy housewife reached for the
"Indeed!" ahe aald. "Well, go
down to the woodpile. You will find
that last load the most knotty prob-
lem you ever tackled during you*
By following the directions, which
are plainly printed on each package of
Defiance Starch, Men'a Collars and
Cuffs can be made Just as stiff as de-
sired, with either gloss or domestic
finish. Try It, 1C o*. for 10c, sold by
all good grocers.
If we cannot live so as to be happy
we can at least live so aa -to deserve
Must Hsve New Labels.
Washington.—The board of food and
drug inspection at the department of
agriculture, Friday decided to refuse
to recommend an extension of the
privilege of using labels already In
stock until October 1. 1908, as re-
quested by grocers and others through-
out the country. The board held that
sufficient time has elapsed for manu-
facturers, jobbers and wholesalers, to
adjust their business affairs to the
terms of the pure food law.
8wept Away Villages.
Madrid.—Unprecedented ruins In
Andalusia have caused great destruc-
tion of life and property. The Guadal-
medina river has been converted into
a to-rent three miles wide and bridges,
houses and even entire villages have
been swept away by the flood. Thirty
persons were drowned at Malaga, 23
at Veldez de Banamargoza, among
them the mayor of the town; 13 at
Colemar and about 100 elsewhere in
San Francisco.—The federal grand
Jury Friday returned indictments of
124 counts against the Southern Pa-
cific Railway company and the Pa-
cific Mail Steamship company, charg-
ing violations of the Interstate com-
merce law. These indictments, if fol-
lowed by convictions, are sufficient to
render the corporations liable to fines
aggregating from $124,000 to $2,480,-
000, the minimum fine prescribed by
law on each count being $1,000 and
the maximum fine $20,000. The de-
fendant corporations are accused of
secretly cutting to $1.00 the published
rate of $1.25 on the rough shipments
of matting from Japan to San Fran-
cisco and thence throughout the
Navy Yard Needs Men.
Seattle, Wash.—Officials at the
Puget Sound navy yards have asked
the secretary of the navy to adver-
tise widely throughout the East for
mechanics of all description. There
ia a shortage of 1,000 men at the navy
yard today and the situation is likely
to become serious before the big fleet
Will Approve Constitution.
announced Thursday that he would ap-
prove the Oklahoma constitutlen. He
Bald he had examined the document
w| the attorney general and that he
felt that the question of his approval
ought not to be based on his personal
opinion of the document, but upon
whether it came within the terms of
the enabling act. His personal opin-
ion of the document, the president
laughingly said, was "not fit for pub-
lication." The promulgation of his
approval will be made later.
He Intimidated Non-Union Workmen.
New Haven. Conn—Frank A. Mc-
<Jee. National organizer of the Foun-
«irymen's union, was found guilty Wed-
nesday of Intimidation of non-union
workmen and on each of four counts,
was sentenced to jail for six monthp
and fined $100.
Root's Mission to Mexico.
San Antonio, Tex.—At a largely at-
tended banquet given Saturday night
by the International club of San An-
tonio to Secretary Root, Mr. Root
discussed his mission to Mexico. He
said the purpose of his mission was
to discus with the Mexican "govern-
ment affair relating to the republics
of South America.
The Alton Deal Closed.
Ntew York.—The directors of the To-
ledo, St. Louis and Western railway
at a meeting here Friday voted to
sign a contract for the purchase of
the Chicago and Alton railway from
the Rock Island interests In accord-
ance with the agreement that such
should be done, provided the Alton re-
ceived immunity In connection with
the Standard Oil rebating investiga-
When the Orator 8oared.
In the course of an address extolling
the virtues of the medical profession.
Dr. L. B. McBrayer of Asheville, N. C.,
used the following characteristic
"Could I borrow from the sun his
eh eery smile, from the moon her
golden beams of light, from the south-
ern zephyrs their softness, from the
rose its fragrance, from the rainbow
its celestial beauty, from the babbling
brook its laughter and song, from the
aea Its ^nwe and wonder, from the val-
ley Its "serenity, and from the moun- 1
taina their majesty and put these
down upon a piece of azure blue sky,
with cometa for commas and planets
for periods, I might then paint for you
what the practice of medicine ia like."
Accused Preacher Resigns.
Lincoln. Neb.—The Rev. Wllbert P
Ferguson of University place Friday
resigned *rom the state Methodist con-
ference rather than proceed with the
church trial in which he was being
tried for unbecoming conduct with
Mrs. E. A. Cross, a member of his
Spain Objects to Immigration.
Madrid.—The Spanish government,
alarmed at the increasing immigra-
tion of Spanish laborers, has entered
upon a vigorous campaign to put a
stop to the exod"
ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT.
Awjftablg Prepuaion (brAs
ness and Rret ron tain sneitter
Opium .Morphine nor Mineral.
A perfect Remedy forConsflpt
lion. Sour Stonach.DUrrtm
Worms .Convulsions Jrvrrisb
ness «id Loss of Seeep.
Fk Simile Si jnarure of
Positively cured by
these Little Pllla.
They «lao relieve Dts
tress from Dyspepsia, To-
dijrest Ion and Too Hearty
Satins. A perfect re
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Taste In the Month, Coaf
ed Tongue. Paia In the
Side, TORPID LIVES.
They regulate the Bowels. Purely Vegetable.
SHlll Pill, SMilimost.SmLL MICE.
Genuine Must Bear
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
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