The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 123, Ed. 1, Wednesday, September 25, 1907 Page: 2 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLA. WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 25. 1907.
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BIG JOB IN NORTH
Order Oha Million Pounds
of Provisions to Feed One
of Their Snmllest Gangs
At Work in Yulton
fcjH ial Coirepondenre
Seattle Wash. Sept. 26 The vast
inroreste controlled by the aevw Otic
"pnheto brothers in Alaska Yukcvi
md o (he Pndftc cont lv- rise to
ilie exportation that OiIb fiim of em-
jrn builders. Uefote the Alaska-
Yukon -Pacific exposition whirl) will bo
held In Seattle In 1h0. prog. -eases
much further will arranse for a ast
.li'tplay of their gold. copper and
rOvpr minim: of thel1 railway mid
Kind development their snieitinp: and
h. othi" euormons Interests which
liat Arm 1r now exploiting
The vast nature of their operations
hi Yukon aone is shown by an order
.sailed by that Ann about tho middle!
of August Inst One telegram rrom
Dawson ordered tuolr Pacific coast
npresitstlve to pnrchaM five hue-
died tons tone million pounds) of pro-
slons for the feeding of their con--t
motion gangs dnrlnR the coming
Y ikon winter.
When It is remembered that the
Guggenheim' work in Yukon is only
beginning that thT have not yet
starred to mine but are tnmwly getting
ready to work th ground sod when
It 1b fn addition remembers tUt U1U
provision does not Include the copper
mining gang on the White river and
at Whitfihorso. nor the great railway
eonstntPtlon camps near Valdes. hut
slmph Dip jcold mlnlrR nnd wter
syirtem construction In the Klondike
valley the enormous organisation
needed and the amount of money
spent by this firm In the North can be
realized in part.
Population of Siberia.
The bulk of tb population of SI
berln Is made up of emigrants nnd
exiles from Uusshx proper. At present
tbo exile form only eight or nine per
cent of the whole and this proportion
Is derreasing. while thb number of
voluntary emigrants Is growing eaoh
year. The latter are chiefly farmers
who are given government land rent
free for a number of years after
whioh they sresullged to pay a small
Measure of His Success.
Hick Your friend Marfyat tolls
mo he's got Ills wife pretty- thorough-
ly trained now.
Wtakfl Yeas he's cot her tralnodUo.
that he can make her do pretty nearlM 8c and the .first article pul
Huytblng she -wants to do
Only Live Fish
Swim tip Stream
rracticat roung Man Quieted tm
Tears of His Fiancee.
Not king ago n youug man.mot not-
ably unblessed with worldly geods met
and won a girl whose decided rwrsonnl
charms wie In no wise lessened by
the fact of her possessing fully enough
to at least keep the wolf bowling at a
distance "Do you know George" she
one day said softly "I am almost sor
ry that I have any money tiOV-of.
course that I tulnk you would love
me the less but well" "I am not.
doarot." he replied fondly stroking
her son brown hair. "You know I'd
love you if you had not a penny but
I'm glad you have. You see 1 know
that should I dle.jrou would be well
provided for" "But supposa I should
die'" she whispered. ."t l than I'd
be well provided for darting" he an-
swered for he Is a practical young
Sold "Suffragette's" Furniture.
a crowd of more than 6000 jJfeople
witnessed the- sole at Market Cross
ndlnburgh of certain furniture tho
property of Lady Steel wife of the
late Sir James Steel former lord pro
voflt of the city. Lady Steel refused
to nay houan and property tax as a
protest against women not having the
vote. ThotnQunt of the tax wan 18
handsome odk sideboard waltzed
nearly double that amount. London
IJ" lL3Jllil'J'(tt'.ll SSSS
STAJI15 -QAPriVWrjl DIJFIN-
mtLV PLANNED AND.
t Wn rtrtff Castm Tor It"'"
whirti 1 h I rtf i i t. ntr t i
nrt I fg?i riiit( it t i im1 jn n i
tflit tr-i i I - Mrn
iil ft- Mfi n t '1 n m ti bi r .
Lei nK ti ti-jr are r t c-'Pt
1. (lUlnr) I- gm
B MfflLO HAILS
kWilli Vassal and. Serfs at
Their Si-i-ide (Till Tifeir
Pipes Go Out.)
XOhich bvay Jou Going.?
cancy ctATc K-as-'
With a clear lead to steen a strong body yow
can? "do tMngShandi win. Bptilv can "be built
by proper food. In i
the brain building elements are so prominent
thai a i0-day& trial shows renewed' brain and
thinking power especially where braitviapf or
nervous prostration have been at work.
You may be sure that any stomach can
handle Grape-Nuts food and get all the nu-
triment needed for it has beemfed in hundreds
of cases where no other food could be kept on
the stomach and it has NEVER FAILED.
Grape-Nuts is toothsome and delicious.
Govemntveni Analysis The Loadoa " Lancet"
Thrusa.nds of Physicians Sanitariums Hospitals
and ihe healthy contented people who eat overo
Two Million Meals
qf Grape.Nuts every day
(Tq number is st'oadily increasing)
acknowledge it to be
TM Most Scientific Food " World
1 r 1 I
"There's a 'Reason' ThinK ii O-Oer
Look for thai little "health classic" 4Thc JRod to Wellvill"
Siiuoial to DaJly Iender
Shawnee Sept 25 The Nowb snys:
That other cltlos nre interested In
Slifrwnen's (Iglit for the stale capital
and that she may expect all kinds of
outside encouragement. Is made evi-
dent by the following from Satur-
day's Knntfis City Journal -
Tf official retwn bear 6ut the n-
offlcWil Ilures whioh show that a dem-
ocratic governor and legislature are
elected In Oklahoma n ftfcltt on capi-
tal location may be expected in the
Tho enabling act requires tluit the
onnltnl should remain at Guthrie un-
til 1018 but statehood once seoiirod.
Dcunocrtita will be included to disre
gard this Mwtrtetioa and submit the
aiestlotr to a vote of the people be-
'fme that Urn. It Is even bolng nro-
Jdloletl.tUnt the -first legislature whlelt
will msec uus cumins; -wiwur u ujy
stnlo Is dmlttad. will submit to the
people 'ft iiroposition to vote on wipj'
DciJiQcrau toofe the position In U
comWUlUQunl cowvenllou tJmt oon.
giotalmtl no right to itunos ti condl
tlon upon tlio now aiuto avMbIi would
ha blii(lltm Inr lx yonrB nftw tho slabs
wns ailmutfid. Tliey took tho petition
that nflot; Oklahonm oncb becomes n
tttnto tlta matter of when nnd wliore
tho canltnl shall t loontstl Is solely
in the hands of the people of tho
state and that congress lmt no long-
er a idght to a vote In the mutter
GUthrle Is Alarmed.
Taking this vievr many proposi-
tions were Introduced In the constitu-
tional convention providing for the lo-
cation of the capital in the constitu-
tion. The leaderg of the convention
de-lded to ignore these propositions
on the ground that congress had a
right to Impose restrictions iind condi-
tions which must be observed in or-
der to get. statehood. B the enabling
act stipulates that the convention by
ordinance must accept the terms of
that act. A number htoem fyrj ..
tlsvt net. A number of thean howover
on the lloor of Hie convention protest-
art aicaiust the canltnl limitation claiae
and branded It as unjust exitreeelqg
tljat heller tlmt It would not bo effect
lve after the snte is admitted.
Guthrie whioh fids been the territo-
rial capital slnca Oic toondin of Ok-
lahoma. Tarrlbarj'. Is alarmed at the
Democrati-d victory. JTany ol Urn peo-
ple here fear flint a Democratic let9-
lature will tUrow Ilia dvrytfago to a
city which t tlio canter of a Demo
eratlu strongUold and ttmt the oftnltnl
looatton propoflUon will be suhmlttod
to the voter by the finst leglslaUire
. If this 1 done they fanr tliat
Democratio njajorlty In the state will
vote to lake tliB capital from Guthrie
and give It to Shsvftiee or some other
At the present time Shawnee Is
duthrle's strongest rival for the state
capital it Is centrally located in
the proposed state and Is the principal
Democratic city or thu new state In
Pottawatomie county which is over-
The Claims of Shawnee.
atKUwae (a nl louated on tho line
between the two territories and is
flullv etceaalhla by railroad to the
Indian Territory and Oklahoma sec-
tions of the state. It i a city almost
aa large aa Qutbrle and secured the
promise of twrral members of Uw
legislature to fftvor its clahns.
BkKwnee tiaggn an aeUve campalpi
for the sapljalfjarijig tha oostlttttlo.
al oonTanUon and l now continuing
tho fight -with retwd vigor.
' Oklahoma Olty about the only other
forroldAhla rival for the capital be-
sides Slmwnoo mid GuUiria i& be-
llovod to bo handloaped in several
v.'aya. In the -flrat plans it 1b twicj
aB large a3 any othaf olty In the
proposed state and therefore & nam-
liar of the other leading towns In
cluding Muskogee. Shawnee. Ml. Reno
ami Bidd. ar JwhIqub. Tbls would
tnjara Oklabojiwi OUye chances for the
capital. Oklahoma Cttr is also lo-
sated In the center of a country
which Is normally IlepHbllcan and the
city liself gave tha Itepubltosn oandt-
datw for governor about 7W mojorltfc-
and fought Haskell on the grounde
that he supported prohibition Okla-
homa City can therefore expect no
peelnl favors from the Dt-mocrais.
Mo other cities besides the three
named are formidable candidates at
thin time. Outline realising that it
a Demociatle legislature wa clectetl
her chanctis to secure the permanent
capital locaUon would be lessened
framed up a deal to elect Judgo Kraak
JJfeUs' sefttocrat. Vp. Wo t? iwiahs.
bellavlug that pomoaratlo- resident
of the ciiv could exercise wore Inllu
onro with a Pemocratlo leglelHtora
lttVlt Prflli!il n.nt Tt Of ol Do 0l
JT SIHo n.Bki ii rtj.-. in. irStiui
raid In bnlK 1 1 a' m m tni.irt iiiu id C ( V.
(iMnntflKil to linn r i iire "r L.i.-k
Sttrlmr; Hrmdy Co. U11ic0 or It V. 597
ANNUAL SALE TEH ftilLLIOII BOXES
than a Republican srnator The ronn-
ty rtetUblloans howeser deft-itod
Usle by something like ')(!
The fact that Guthrie has been the
center of ' carpetbag" government ns
the DemocratH call it and the fact
that the corinfj N overwhelmingli- re-
ni'.hlican will lujnre Its chances v. lth
the nemocratlc leslslature. and with
tho VTters of the Htatt. tf the demo-
crata maintain their normal majorltv
The Herald says. It is likely that
no city in Indian Territory will as
pire to become the permanent state
capital of Oklahoma. A large majori-
ty or h people on the Indian Terri-
tory side fnvur their neighbor Shnw-
1100. Quthdle onn oaly hopo for'support
from nortrern counties while Oklaho-
ma City's strength will come largely
from he aeetlon to the so.ith and
southwest of her boundaries In fact
Oklahoma City Injured her chnnces In
the last campaign when sh refused
fVksvm. niiafiiniil t iii rvnV tt liar
THE BEAMER GROCERY CO.
Transfer and Baggage
Prompt attention fflveti lo
;il I calls.
Stand Cor. 1-stand Okla
rii.n uuvvr mm
I ni.ni . nuuumu . uluu
Will call for and deliver
your clothes cleaned and
" pressed. Four suits per
iiiuui.ii one suit per wu;it
$1B0 Ladies' clothes given
ERNEST B. xIETZ
S Phone 809 Guthrie Okla
S t Hoyal Hotel Basement
to oorno out strongly for one of her
own citizens who aspired to congress
and whoso election la due only to the
strenuous fight waged In the counties
west of Oklahoma City.
Considering the state as Democratic'
by at least :i(MM)0. this majority is not
inclined to go to any elty or county
not in barranny with the dominant
Shawnee is Democratic Pottawato-
mie polls more Democratic voteg tlinn
any county in present" Oklahoma Tor
Geographically Shawnee is almost
In the center of tin new state. Com'
merclally. she Is large enough and
rich enough to meet the demands In-
cident to the seat of state government.
It Is not denoted that even fn this
day Shawnee i8 the- strongest caudl-
dt.'o for the permanent sett of gov-
ernment. Hut this should lie an Indication of
hope Justifying greater efforts and no
sntlsfwMioH to breed apathy.
If Shawnee wonld win she must
The state capital wilt he voted and
built ufore 1913 and on tho first day
of that chi the removal from Guth-
rie will occur
CF0R.A 50c MEAL
: 317 W. OkU.Av
Why! Do you keep that old dingy
nig or carpet down when you can got
the verj latent designs of the best
quality of W. L Rhodes?
SEVENTH YEAR IN OKLAHOMA.
Drs. Clark & Ramnlly
tho famous Chicago
spelallBts reat Chronic
and Private diseases of
both sexes Cures guar-
a n t o e d. Consultation ;
Office over 108 West
Harrison Avenue. Uuthrle
Gub Anderson bus Just received a car
load of Now State Hour and mill feed
made by the Kremliu mills Kumlin
Okla. Try It
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Headaches and Nsuialgia From Colds
IAXAT1VE I1KOMO Quinine the
world wide Cold ajid Grip remedy re-
moves ca'ise. Call for full name. Look
fin algnatnie E V Grof 25c
A red coarne unsightly Skin made
fair l Satin hkln tieam 'id jiowrter
School Shoes. Rom. "son's.
PAY-AS-YOU-ENTBR STREET CARS
Plan Is to be Tried In
Chicago Sept. 24. " Pa v-aa-y on en-
tor" street cars will b0 in operation on
the Cottage and Indiana avtyue lines
of the Chicago City Railway company
within six weeka. Three hundred of
this typo at oar have beeu ordered
and If tlier prove successful tho 505
double track trams already operated
by the company will be so altered as
to nut thorn in the same class
V V WiVMiJy
It It fiolhing like on iiritl but Is vrty tbln
Mid very blc
8-ft4 "eets up" rust as water do
For Sale by J. H. Rucks Hdwre. Go
and Bmil L. Htrschi.
5- 5ivf' C Swcc; ts Eat
LCIA &0 oJ i uiir bii1 uiittK
I wassl iff! ijjjyw tfc.yJ
'The best brands of liquors
wines cigars etc
Gentlemen in attendance
and best service in
All the best brands o
beer and soft drinks.
CAL MINNSR Proprietor
Malaria Mokes Pale Slckkly Children.
Tlw Old ataudard OROVirS TA8TIS-
LHie$ CHILL TONIC drives out ma-
laria and bttlldn up the system. TVir
grown people and children COc.
We keep In stock the reliable kind.
Studebaker vehicles outwear the or-
dinary kind Harness repaired. A
full llao of robes .vtiips etc. J. S.
Great . .
Closing out Gas
tures at 50C on
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VETERAN COMMITS sOlCIDK
Man Was Brigadier General
the Civil War.
Cleveland. O T 8ept. 25. Brlga
dler General C H Parish of Wabash
hid a veleian of the civil wai. was
found dead In a lodging house heie
today. A coroner's Jury returned a
verdlet that lin came to his deaih
from an overdose of morphine.
General Parish was colonel of Hie
One Hundred and Third Indiana volun-
tee rreglraent aud for vnliaut service
lit the battle of Nashville was breveted
brigadier general bv Ih-esident Lincoln
At the opening of the Cherokee strip
he came to Perry O T where he
practiced law for a thuie. but is said
to have become a victim of tbe drug
aw) lpfuor habit and lost his practice
Jle came to Cleveland about six weeks
ago. He leave? a widow and two
daughters in Wabash lud The hod)
is !uld for InntnirMnnx Horn thi-m
After eating persons of n MIIous habit
will ilerhe great benefit by taking one
of them pills. I f you have been
DRINKING T00 MUCH
they will promptly rclle thcpauiea
SICK HEADACHE -
the appetite and remote gloomy fecl
lags. Elegantly ' -igar cuatt-U.
Take Ho Sutstitute.
I FRENCH FEMSLEJ
ii i -(
I fm feM Jm
AVjtft. CtRriit Kcuv (wr Himxase 11utmi7atki
KtVUJHOWIlTIlfAlt. ' Sin I 8fj i Huu.
. (tiitlM iwrutlM4 at Mo ItouDJia. Um HUi4
totilt' Will ! l wi t mat w b pki4f
vtea -Akr4 fluupte.rvr ti jwitr ttfult & Ml
br VMm Mil fearvrAu t tk
UNITCOMCOIC ICO T4 UntiiTla pa.
X VER-Y INTER-ESTING
Aftor Labor Day then Thanks
g'ving and Uhrlstmas.
All of these day&suggest cooler
weather and cooler weatber
means coal and wood too. I
sell them and would advise
everybody to get them e"arly
N. F. CliEADLE
Sola in Gulhrla hit C R. ftonh'.
ira CURE the S.UWGS
with Dr. King's
ANO ALL THROAT AND '.UNOTR0UBLE9.
OL ARANTEKO 8ATISFACX0BY1
OR. MONEY BEJFtrWDBO.
Use Electric Lights
Bo ComfortableAn Elec-
tric Fan wJU furnisu cooling
breezes at hotqe.
Mr Merchant burn your
name and business in the brain
ol the pubtts by using an
Hava rem seen the j-aosacma aovo
mant Works oat and la. We do
repairing dao. W. F Powers X18
Heat Oklcioma Ave.
and Power Co.
"' " ' ' hi i i in !
Private money to lean on city prop-
erty. Low luterev t. Olds Lyjaoa kai
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