The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 82, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 25, 1909 Page: 3 of 8
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THE LEADER Oil Til RLE. OX LA. TliniSDAY. FKiiUl'ARY 23
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Lei Me ture
".Yrtf'tingtou D. 4'. 5Vb. -." Her-
Sort Knox S'ri:ths : cefcimiasiener c
cu.-y.. ip;ii K.iis io-.ay . fnade po.oiie Sub-
divisions 'II and ill of Part I or his
report on the .tobacco industry. Tlmy
ileal with thy present .organization
Of the tc$aeeoiconb!iMi'!o;v so eaiied
its doun-ir of; couival Itvthat industry t'
and the iJcflopsiieht" t'thi" control."
Ties.? di'.'Lkms ol the' report re- j
suiting from ;i thorough itsve-stisatlor. j
ia to ilie..busiin.'s oyeraiicus of. . Hi. ..
tobacco; combinRtioa contain an ebb j
crate diKcussiep of the iiiethiv'-s by
which the ' ni.mtfactcr of tobacco
escort jciKars has come under the
control :Of a comparatively few cap-
italists.' Commit-siOHer Smith says:
"hi t te tobacco combination are
The Anieric.tn" Tjfcacco company and
ita thrde great .subsidiary e: rubina-
lions. T"he Arum lean Snuff company
The American Cigar company an.t the
British American company.' besides 82
other subsidiary concerns doing busi-
nsBS in the United States. Porto Rico
and Cuba. The combination repre
sents a total ni't-eiipitalhatiott of ov
or $3100000. A. very small group
of ten stockholders controls 6b per
cent of the outstanding voting stock
of Thc "American Tobacco company
through' -which company the entire
combination U control; (!.'
The list of subsidiary companies
eontrclUd -liiclud in;? over twenty
hitherto' secretly controlled ro-cal!e.d
bogus independent concents" is giv-
en in the report. It is shown also that
the combination is praciichlly the. only
important csp:rter of tobacco manu-
factures':' from this country. Aston-
ishing figures are gl.-en hi respect
to' the -development of the combina-
tion. In 1S91 it controlled 89 per
cent of the business of cigarette man-
ufacture and this "proportion practi-
cally is maintained toity. in cigars
Its output increased fij?h 4 per cent
of the 'business in lSOT t j. 1 1 7-i 0 per
cent in -JliiiR; w.uie t wamuaaun-u
tobaecu Jchewlng smokies fine cut.
and KiHtfft the combination's output
increased from 7 per cent of Hie to-
tal in to 77 pet cent in .1 :'"
Flnvlly in I'.HiR the combination con-
tvi! .i n( these separate pro I nets ro-
'spoetively plug V-2 per cent smokkie.
71 per cent line cut M ner eem u..
snuff St5; per cent in the year
the combuii'.ium used in the manufae-
tnre it its various jiioduct-; nearly
Dyt)0";.100 pounds of leaf tol a ceo.
"An 1" 'a of the absorption of com-
peting; planis" snys Commissioner
Smith "ami of the chamies through
cembiiniien within tin- last decade
iav be . !u d from The fact that m
1S'tt the combination -had (en plants
! --n..!.itr over 5II.Utt ..uls
of manufactured tobacco cr snulT pes
while there .; e. 2!;; h . depend-
ent plants of the tiut.e class. In vm
on the other baud the combination
bad 4r i!t.ts of this class the Inde-
nendeni. manufacturers t lpeciul.y
ocnspiciteus has been the absorption
of Jawe pianta. la im the eomb'na
lion had 'plains each proitnctnK ev-
er 1 uutbiOi) -.jjoumls of the.-ie prt.-nucts
per vear wane -t-a
40 stich-'pliuits. 1h.' tiw combiua
tion hatai plaJits of this siw
ln.leneiideiit concerns only is.
"DespHe the combiiitiHHi s fue
mouH expenditures for adverttsins
tn in denies and despite frequent
pi-Ice ntittlug mn of tts wvt'afl
ed .'flh4inC. .)rand..;-th2r ias
been ir. ' severed brancaes of I he
t'ustr-.- & c--natr.nt tfiKiency for com
peUloVs W gala buslaesa xsoro ray
dly thai the combination an?. bus
-to reduce -its proimrtlon r he out-
mit 's'his tendcacy . baa beer o 'er-
corae only by the contiu;:ec! buying
vd cf cnnipetlilve eor.ccrntt. '
" ker ciicerns have
Virfv.nlly i driven out o? business or
i yell .out. to. the e-mibinauon.
reHion f tb lalier
Vriai' Pachsga of My Combined Treat-
ment Maiied Free. No More
".'hawking and Spitting or
Foul SicUcning Breath
"and ' Your Namo
tv.tarrh is net. only liauserous. but
it causes bad breath ulceration death
and decay of bonus loss of thinking
and rcascnit!" -nowcr kills ambition
and energy often causes loss of appe-
tite' indigestion dyspepsia raw
threat ami consumption. It. needs at
tention at. oaee. Curs tl with Oauss
ihiterru Cure: It. is o quick radical
permaneitt. cure because it rids the
shyster.! (;f the . poisonous geruia that
cnuaa catarrh. -'..-' .
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riday and Saturday ; we "will have some
which should not fail -to' interest economic ouyers
are listed a few specials:
To close out
were j- $:.-K3 ami
:r d !
C. E. Gauss.
In order to prove' to 831 who are
sutTei-iug from thbi dangerous and
loathsome disease that Haass' Catarrh
Cure will actually cure any ease of
catarrh jjulckly. no t titter i'.ovv Ions
staiiiUjijr or how bad I will send a
trial pawkujre. by mail free of all cost.
Bend its yottr iianio atuJ address today
ttnd tiki treatment will be sent you by
return mail.'' Try.lt! it will imsi.live-
ly cure so that you wiii be welcomed
inslead of iiluiniied by your friends. C.
li. GAUB. . .Marshal;. Mhdi. Fill out
or us an
Thin crf.po!i .is. srcod for one
trial package of liauss Combined
Catarrh Cure. -mailed free in plain
psckase-' Eimpi;r fill In your
rtame ntit? nddres en doited lines
below ami mail to
Ci.E.: GAUSS 38S3 Main ftrset.
. Marshall Mich.
.Tenth Fet. 21
miier-i'.iiar!) trial lcr the mttr
former Senator K.'W. Carmack. clos
ed .with the aged defendant. Col. Dun j
Tite g.T&U'. in. hcgimiing cross e-eimi:ta
tion atinoiniced U would try to prove
that. Cot. '.Cooper was a defaulter to1
thv? esiei'.t: of ever' SiOO.uon ' while
Hrrk 'and" master lu chcticery sf
Maury county. -
The slate rest:t-recod some old leg-
islative rocor.is concerning an investi
gat ion into the Uef.tlcution of State
Treasurer M. T. Polk in t!io early
eighties. It offered to prove that
thousands of dollars of the state's
m:ney was invested by Polk with Col.
Dtirran U Cooper and others In a
.Mexican silver mine scheme a walnut
log scheme In liorth Carolina and a
schsme to buy the Mushvilie Ameri-
Col. Cooper said the supposed ir-
.res'ularit'es in his office of clerk umt
master in chancer) were duo to baJ
nianaR. tnent and oor b:okkeeping
and that every dollar w;-w made o.'.d
lie ailiiiitted that. Polk was his part-
ner in the ventures named but de-
dared thr.t he (Cooper) never banril-
1 ed the money ana had no knowledge
that li wan taker. ?:jai tbe str.te s
Col. Cooper repeat ediy urge:' Judge
Anderson to let the state ask "any
question en c.ny subject:
When court adjourned the cress cx
amlnatUm ha J reached only the com-
inencen:ett;. The Cccper-Eharpe (trial far the
muider of 'Sen;. tor Carmack .ti&s re-
sumed with Col. Cooper on the stand
Uonenn Washington took up the quos
tioninu; where he left clT last night.
He led the witness on to the moment
Col. Cooper shw (.-armacfe. ou the
street the day of tha traK"!y
"When I saw Carmack coniitif? up
I at Srst decided to wtit for him but
Cioujtitl that might carry some signi-
ficance so 1 wr.lkel towards him. 1
saw him sneakies to ASrs. iCtidtnica;
i s.ti ::
'.Mr. Cat-mack." lie threw up lus
head as though he had not seen
me and at. once drew v. revolver and
stepped in front of Mrs. Kastman
pulliiif? her between us and the curb.
Mrs. Kasiman hecanto wildly excit-
ed and grabbed the d! man with her.
I bad male no hostile movement."
"What did yon say?"
"1 said 1 think that it seemed
damned coviuMy to tv.t behind a wo-
man with a pistol in ids Imnd."
The Vltmss denied havhiR his re-
volver out at ties t.iyie and declared
be had not. said as alh'Kl: "I ll;iv"
the :rop or: you."
"What happened next?"
-The Bcnafcr got aver:;;! z post tttd
Ilcbitt o !u between us. . armaeK
!.-? between the poles and Robin
cot around them. Then for the Sirst
time ! saw Pehin's revolver a-id saw
e;)id you br.ve your pistol out
"i-iot '.'tntil after P.obiti was sboi'.
Then I dicv its ' gun. bet seel:: Cs-.r-t.ia2k
flows ! put it back 5n my l-cK-
l "rhf. defense tlten - turne-.l t!i wii-
uess over to the state far frc.sa-c::-aminaii.ii.
Cn the cfcss examinEtica
Ation-ey 'i'tshugh. for the state ts?-
ed the Kitness to Identify a suit or
petition died hv J. 11 and 2. L. Cath-
let against D. 3. Cooper m iudie.1 If
he were the 1). ib Coper r.ientioiied
in it Me oaid -he was. The U was
files! when Cob Cooper we- master
in chancery cf Maury county.
Pompean Massage Cream
and Skin Food
Thoroughly eleaiia thy Skits.
A k;t'of-Xeck 'Heads in white pink ray
ktvet!ter. lif.it blue jtoc:i eih! gu'e.1 an-1
rural. 25c. 50c 'and '$: I 'cads
Sjiccitt! at ..'....
I.'evv Repp Suiting' 33 iiichcs
colors ar Creatn chanc ;;tt'
lii'ht blue ami Cepen!iacrv. .. .-.
A Id vi uM-plafed Isctiitly
a cat"'!. Special for I'ritlay
ol .i'ess ' 1 r.t!ttn.i: e
!;air. plair. a;v.l fancy
ft.'C. !''ridav vjk
ran is ui Wi'
f r k' 1-
v V- -' V- '
Fancy Rough Silks
A splenli1 .ttility of Roue!! Silk s;
inches wide. . wtih frncy rip.f; . dor.igr. in
champnr.!? light hh-c ' 'Jc;vr.lu.gcu . and
navy blue r.necisl:
A lot of Wastc-pEKT Caskets;
$!00 and $1.25 is the regular . '
price. Friday and Saturday . .
A uoothiific hoaliug and invisi-
ble facial creaia for both
hoxob. Per jar OUC
' it .... .1 MymmMmt
Xo. ydo Ladies' Hlack Out-size
absolutely fast h-biok vritlb white
feet. Special value at
Special Wayne Knit I'mJi'slruciible Hos-
iery' (iuarantct'd. Number 34 is medium;
No. 4.1 is light weight. . in a
Special for box . .
Special Wayne Knit Hose
bed ; all sizes.
Special at .v. ......... .
:n Tan Rib-
A iew ..cck boas in brown am.'on
white net and while chillou with black and
white pleated edges all nicely trimmed hi
ribbon. 35.;5 end f.6.50 values
We have an in miens? lit-of ' Cotton
Shanting Suiting in plaits and fancy 'pat-
tents and bovdered effects. A cuU'i-
plete line of colorings zi ........
A lot of 1'V.ncy Messaline and Foulard
Silks; regular $n.oo quality ; colors .navy
bine dark wine electric blue golden brown
old rose wisteria elephant thick blue
helio tuui all the staph shades. JC
Special at DOC
Diana Hair Combs
A lot of 25c and 35c Diana 1 lair.
Combs i'iidav and Saturday ....
ALL a 1 ...
A l HALF PRICE
At HALF PRICE
SEEN FROM THE
0 TALES FROM SENATE 0
0 CLOAK ROOM. O
lbdm has introdm.tHl a bill whlidi
if enact m1 into law will undoubtedly
mako some of the hoys all tip am!
. pdeusant feature of tiie Tr.cs-
.!av a?tornoon session v. ;-m lue ui
pearance of the
the Stato university. The boys sang
so "dl thnt the metubers nnriiilniet'K-
lv demanded another selection.
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CcaiRSG5 Ki System
Ms ysmm& c.s&e
lks Jot MoxiVmcw auiCVWi
T hmcuh ejects
a1vtuvs buy Vna C?cvmva3
-Rg Syrup Ccl..'
SOLD 'sir All . HEm'c'ofar
cut ac only n e? totMc
reel result of the vigorous 'corn peti-
tion l:etv;ee.j 1 ! comblMatloii en 1
larger indepeudent concerns lu the
.sho of ihf larf-f-r tm) more powerful
concerns which it acquired however
the comhitiiuion has usually recurcd
ccntrhl only by -laying a high price.
The imriense proiUs of "ih corahln-
ctior. ht'.vc erah't?d tn ft k-ep "P tiiW
policy.' -.- ;
CAMPBELL TAKES GASE
BISHOP QUAYLE CKOSE.M.
Hneei?.! to the Dai'.v Leader.
Wealherford Ckla.. Keh. i.'.-ThR
mimmvni-iit committee if the
Southwestern 'Oklahoma noroal an
uouiicel llvu :-! diou Quayle of OUia
honta City Tvill preach th" '.Hccuhuir-
cat sermon tbN ynr "d thst "
(f.nimeiicement address will be deliv
ered by Carte.- Helm Jones pastor ut
the White Temple at Oklahoma City.
MeiuminKcr is again "wearlu; bis
(portion toas 'nd seenn to be rtiotiin;
fo1" .jo.'iic special purpose Hecenfly
1 .- ! '. - . (.v ... tl vot on
.... 1 1. ) fh-! 1 !t:;).mt.::ited h"
tepaireji to the cloak room ami when
be returned lite bill bad Icon reported
vo al quartet t of "' ei me coiiimiueo 01 oie wuoio.
... cxjieciou 10 voie ttK'imsi it nui. 11s
four-tlfi.iis wife for the measure it
made httlo .iiflereiico how iiis vole
.ver.ld be cast.
litsritis the netissio:i of tho game
bill tiie awful suspicion crept into
the mluds of eoiut; of the members
thai gome of their colleagues were
Aeniiun is slid the diplomat. The
i?harnee Kcnitor was never listed .U-
kKinations and 'tis very seldom be
tabes the floor. "That however as
. everal members understand does not
l'.t mean lie is not a Rood fighter for
he contends for each inch of the way
when he feels the necessity and few
indeed have been the measures the
. . ' i'oitaw.uomie man has asked for thai
oIK-i-AC! Aii .vn:.- ... ;v ..... 0. mimm
celvi' no protection undor'. tho pcs-
ei't game bill
ness laid down in the calendar by ;
the. sifting eomir.ilUv. - " j
Rogers Is not. giver to Rpeee mak-
!::g but: he asain ;:emensi rated this
morning that he is "there with the
Roods" when his interest in eny mcas-
'.ire Is fully aroused.
John .!). Hum' ho y of Fri.x'o has
been granted permission to appear
before the coiniuitlei' 011 phKrniRcy.
lie siys he receives i.'.mi e day i.nd
UNDER ADVISEMENT A Dimple Maker
JiruskoKfe. ' Cfela.. Feb. 2.V-Attor
ney Kue.ene .Mackcy of PhtHhurg
iiid uft'.dKo. Scarlett of Kaistss City
ou behalf of the Kansas Natural Gas
c:mipir.;'y. ami Attorney Gthie.ra!
1. jiij'l' s V .j;d.. o;i behalf or the suit.?
presented arg'.menta yesterday In
the injunction suit brought. :- the
Krushs .cowtKtny in. tb" t'ui"-d iltatea
circuit 'ccuX'' to' rerrrsin tiie ;.f of
vkltthoti'R- fi-cn:.. i.trforine riih pip-
ing gas from the sU'-to. The question
at is-11.. is w.hetl.er a foreign corpor-
atlod can pipe tus out of il.e state.
I-Vderal Ju'!r Camijlicll look the ease
under advisement am' a decision is
net expected "tor rsvctal days-.
TA1-T PLANS QUI ST CAY
NW York. fob. LT rieshleut-V.le.c!:
'Tuft planned to devoir to 'ay in com
plot hut of serend mt'cnziu" artic!":-
FinrJ a child with dimples and
chubby arms and legs and you
find a healthy child. Find one
with drawn face and poor thin
bod and you see one that needs
Your doctor will tell you so. '
Nothing helps "these thin pale
children like Scott's Emulsion.
i contains the very clement of
fat they tmcri. It supplies them
with a perfect and quic&ly
difAStcd nourishment. It brlRg
dimples and rounded limbs.
e.cnst Uvt 4wr!:cnU t.f tw with bmw o
"Tuesday ! receivsei a pvoiiosliion
from a man in one of the syod towns
of my home county. ouVriim to sell
me &. hotis. and lot for ?".!'!" said n
member this nsortiins;. "I sent'him his
i.Kisif.v to lav and feel sure 1 Khali
m;.t- nore'eut of this HttV Invest
'l.'igti; rcssIoiir g.'f-atly disturb the
social cp.!e?idar and now and thru u
' vacant seat indicates the temptation
Iw.'s nreaiei- than She eminiance.
! Mwore I.; cue of the few senators
i who is silent on his intention on ail
1 inciters. Leaner Und taller than Mitch
ell lie Is none-; he-less handsome and
consi ered one who Is not afraid of
b:ni.'' h;' W'lh Denton the t
make up the ilst of senators from the
extreme s:0.!!hv.'c'it oa.i of the state
raud that preat flee breezy district.
Is not th iosst bit shy when the cull
.( r yea -. wrel iiay:i is ooi.
feeler tax nuit the cloak room.
When the eenator can get off lie
treks toward the nail where thu two
) !Uo e.. esjiiier ueu in- p.-.-umift.v
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I.IUilklUfi t. uai UV lUIHIl in lj. M. .-.ln
Hardware Stoves and Ranges
Tin nd Cranitcware Sheet Metal Work
and Repairing a Specially
118 North Division Slreet
THE LU CER.
8ini)lt:rt Mont Pow-
erful and Moi-.'.t Ac
curate Pistol Sn I lit"
World. Price $2o.00
OLSMITH ARMS CO.
1 AT THE THEATRE. I
men 1. thKii my saiary kaiouui ;w0 n&J taaght tnc lad or ttie minor-
even i:n a father
to in tim h'sisterm-i: All o. ..'.lieu -s (?y ;.?)f stunts;
inst one little tncl.ient that ijoes us t.-aehf-tli a C-ild.
tihow the faith Cklahoni? law makers '
have In their home state ami Us fit- The Leader'' staled ln Tttfcday's
ture. vcsiii'dlcss of crleg or "radical iri;:iic 1 but the v.te upon the BUhsps
legislation" ! prohibitory iw was a strict " parw.
vote ti.7v.niee ana t;oivuie 're ao-
proper tnaiiU'T k'.?os hUn llA-tl 10:;sv
y' fir Kutelntis i?.tne.'o: tc;t.iks
One of the prosperous farmers of
;i!o house is S. VV. Hntcht8. ot C'leve
hind comity lie has fourteen hun-
dred acres of the best .land in tact
s-ectlon and the detail of locking tr
ier If in a
lwh-n AivlP..u rears K0 f"01T. BloOill'-'
intri on. 111. lie is an oht iiewsnaper
iiisn and us'-d to be editor of the
1 pxinRton Ler.der. .Vhittial instsrance
is one of tlr? t!i'?8 in which be is
interested. As chairman of the com-
mittee on house expens.-s ami public
t ccounts be has done much savins?
for the Htate by eui.tiUK ' ft Izrf.o num
brs of thos little amio-i and nettv
p raft 3 which Anally amount to thous-
ands of dollars. '
sent when the vote m tuKen but
later .l.tefel their votes In the rec-
ur: to L: 'or of tiie bill.
Sci'Uor .'.). M. yniitb lu'roditced n
i.dlnios the qiiahlicatlons
of the district courts.
The bill makes' the fees much lower
than those rr. w In force.
The Merry Mcrrv Minstrels r t
.-oiiiijiK to l .id ' j
K.it Oiie uf I'looe (d.eitp fl b UK... j
affairs; but Hie big one; tiie one v.mi
ill lorn .v and your a: iiid'aiher.t kiH. I
')..foo you Rlchttrds & PrlBRi'i I''"- I
mous Mlnsirals Ktdd l-y iv " 1
li.it etouf comeiiiau Clarence j'owcil i
thsistcd by i'ete vwds Happy IJeuu-
eguai'd Kdd!" Sti-aunhicr. K liner!
May bemuet Kos. Abn.r.o Moor
"'harley Scott utid Willi" Hhepai.!.
F rod KliiiKi-.Mi's cluil ion k lund ol
'ueuty pioiiouuee.l by p;'ess and pub
'ic ism the best L'iilid that eve." touted' i'
"niniiiTu! ''iirili'i-H' l f '( 1 1 -I ; i n I i
. 1 ' ii a
ki- VOLTS AT COLD StECL
"Your only hope." said three doctors
to rdrs.-M. lv Fisher Detroit Mich.
KtifferinK from severe tecial trouble
tics in an operation." "then t used Vr.
'Kind's New Life Pi!.--." she writes
"till wholly cured." They prv"nt
Appendicitis cure Constipation. Head-
ahc ..2.1c. at ..4)1 dr'jftsU. .. ...
'e ' (hi.- big l.-aiid of fuiiiii.ik'.'is. "h"i
then; is cli.jtitl eori oi tweniv ol
He sv.eelet. iniiifccrn shis"et'n you
ever heard the big siv dancliiK f
tette Hiiii eiht vKU'ievilte acta pvt ry
one ticaullner. Ana trie serr'iimtiiR-
iy funny musical berleoa. cteltled
"When the Troup fjlrmk Town." 'I be
liate of thi;; conipiny ;-eit!-ance l.i
thin .lay at. tiie lircek ...
1 i i t
A ntuiiber of r-t'e
V f 'e yefll: !
is for au.lb
.Xuiirk't ttar.4y AtU ui U S.i." a .:
?.'uff K itw:) U I'C.'I ;rt KW York
--Wpnnfor K. M. L.nru" o ts.Ue-t '
. ... ...... t... f-4.wi-v -.! n-r I wfnaii Tt'T
" ' 1 Turn 0liJol'sMS- M oina
Mwh l-'t. at thF rriL'.n:in fnurclt. I PIJTRRS .M. M'U ''
"k MilMoMi-iJ Tramp."
"A MiiiioiiHtie Tntmp" typieal
bore.o play full of naiural .sittutious
and clear cut comedy will bo prvi;nt-
i"0 m it AtiHMiNby try Sifien-
Ttfr BF.BT TOUi did com pan y. . I he phi? contains an
both tears and vnl cheer. C'onsld-e.-ulde
special scenery Is carried tb-
chief seitinK tM'llilf the Church of the
Holy Cros.s In Act
BIGGi' BLOOD FORIFIEB
h lines that produce if URgS t9Uxrt Pi H lfpl? ''"''
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