Chandler Daily Publicist. (Chandler, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 92, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 19, 1904 Page: 1 of 4
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FOUR O’CLOCK EDITION
^HANDLER DAILY PUBLICIST
CHANDLER, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, TUESDAY, JULY 19, 1904.
RUSSIAN REVERSE FOLK ON FIRST BALLOT PACKERS TO FIGHT IT OUT VIADUCT INJUNCTION
Count Keller .Reports Loss of
Over 1,000 Men at the
This Is the Outlook for Missouri
Convention—Folk Will Insist
On Strong Declaration.
Jefferson City, Mo., July 18.—The
London, July 19.—The correspond- j democratic state) convention will be
ent of the Times at General Kuroki's j called to order at noon tomorrow in
quarters says that the Japanese losses j the hall of the house of representatives,
during the lighting at Motien on July j It is expected that Joseph W. Folkwill
Will Try to Break Strike With I Will be Tried Before Judge
Non-UnionLabor—OftieeEm- Burford at Guthrie IV
ployees Teach Recruits. morrow.
17 were trifling.
y St. Petersburg, July 18.—General
Kuropatkin reports that Lieutenant
General Count Keller lost 1,000 killed
or wounded in the attack on Motien
pass July 17.
St. Petersburg, July 18.—The fol-
lowing dispatch from General Kuro-
patkin to the emperor dated July 17,
“on our eastern front,” was given
9' “After .the occupation by General
Kuroki’s army of the passes in the
Fenshui mountain chain, our infor-
mation concerning his forces and dis-
nositions was in general inadequate.
According to some reports his army
■ had been reinforced and he had even
H extended his forces toward Saimatza.
“Other reports said that a displace-
1 ment of his troops had been made in
■ the direction of Ta pass and Siu Yen.
I There were even indications that
M Kuroki had transferred his headquar-
ters from Tskhakekan.
* “On the strength of the information
received, and on the basis of recon-
naisance which had been made, the
hypothesis was formed that the forces
were concentrated around Lian Shan
Kwan and that their advanced guards
had been strengthened in the passes
i of Siaokao, Wan Fan Kwan, Sinkia,
Lakho and Papau as well as at Sybey
pass two and a half miles north of the
: road and half the»height of Siaokao
> HAVE REGISTERED 60,000.
Omaha, July 18.—The' Chicago &
I Northwestern railroad ran two spe-
J ciai trains in addition to its regular
‘ trains to Bonesteel and Fairfax last
.. night and today, carrying more than
TO 2,000 men and women who propose to
register for lands in the Rosebud
reservation recently opened for home-
v s^ead entry by the government. The
ft rush to the Rosebud country increases
as the time for registration expires,
and it is estimated that about 60,000
persons have thus far registered. The
i registration has ten days more to run.
It began July 5. It is believed that
nearly 150,000 will have registered by
July 28. There are 2,377 claiir s
be nominated for governor on the first
ballot, (and that Secretary of State
Cook will be renominated.
E. W. Crowe, the present attorney-
general, may not be a candidate for
re-nomination in which case ElliottW.
Major is likely to be chosen.
The state central committee conven-
ed tonight and selected Congressman
W. D. Vandiver as temporary chair-
folk’s anti-boodle platform.
Kansas City, July 18.—A Star spe-
cial from Jefferson City says:
The following is from the plank on
the boodle issue which the representa-
tives of Attorney Joseph W. Folk will
ask the state democratic convention to
incorporate in the platform tomorrow:
“The paramount issue before the peo-
ple of Missouri is the eradication of
bribery from public life in this state:
we sincerely declare unremitting war-
fare against corruptionists and here
j announce the decree that there is no
room in the democratic party of Mis-
souri for a boodler or corruptionistof
any sort. We repudiate their support,
invite them to leave the state and of-
fer them shelter only in the penitenti-
ary if they remain. We have confi-
dence in the honesty of the people and
to them we appeal for success. We
invite all honest people to join us in
this crusade against corruption. It is
Ihe vital principle involved in this
campaign and on 'his issue we stake
the hope of the democratic pa rty o*
Chicago, July 18.—Both sides are
preparing for the test of strength which
will come this week in the strike of the
packing house employees. To the new
men taken in the last five days the
packers expect to add m ny thousand
this week. Workers who have been
hired, it is asserted, are now on the
way to the different plants from all
parts of the country. Office employees
and heads of departments who have
had experience in the killing rooms
have beeu called in to help and teach
The packers already are equipping
their plants in western centers with
full crews of men. Within a week the
plants at Kansas City, Omaha and
East St. Louis will be turning oi t
trainloads of supplies, according to a
positive declaration made by one of
The mayor and city councilmen of
Chandler will appear before Judge
Burford at Guthrie tomorrow and
endeavor to have the temporary in-
junction. restraining them from build-
ing city waterworks and a viaduct on
Ninth street, dissolved. They will be
represented by City Attorney Miles,
assisted by RittenhouseA Rittenhouse.
The petitioners will at the same
time do their best to have the tempo-
rary injuoctio.. made permanent.
Atty. J. B A Robertson will present
their side of the case.
A very pretty legal battle is looked
for as both sides are confident of
LETTER FROM JONES.
Jones, O. T., July 18, 1904.
On thd night of the 13th an icecream
supper was given at the elegant home
Armour & Co., Morris &'Co., Swift of Mr. Pipher iu this (Peach Grove)
& Co. and Schwarzschild & Sulzber-! district, the occasion being the cele-
ger today renewed killing operations bration of the 18th birthday of Miss
on a much larger scale than during P®arl Pipher. All the young people
the first week of the strike j of the district were invited and the
both SIDES ARE CONFIDENT. lar*e cro"'d oertainl>' enjoyed them-
„ selves until a late hour.
Kepreseutatives of the packers at j
the stock yards today say that they I
expected to be able to man the plants
without much more inconvenience and i
J.B. WEAVER OUT FOR CON-
Des Moines, Iowa, July 18.—Gen-
eral Jas. B. Weaver of Colfax, nomi-
nee for president on the populist
ticket four years ago, will be a candi-
date for congress on the democratic
ticket from the Sixth Iowa congres-
sional district this year againstMajor
Lacey, the republican incumbent. Gen-
eral Weaver represented Iowa on the
resolutions committee at the recent
national convention. It is understood
that in the campaign he will be assis-
led in stumping by Senator Joe Bailey
On the 4th of this month most all
the people from this section, 3 miles
north of Harrah, went to the United
. ... , . , Farmers’ picnic at Lewiston. “The
that the difficulty was not in the pro-1 wood9„ fu„ ofeood looking
curing of men, but in their ability toi , , . T T , * .
__, _ .L _ | pie from everywhere. Joe Johnson of
Harrah spoke at 11 o’clock on “The
Evolution of American Progress.”
provide adequate protection for them I
packers profess not to b< |apprehen-
sive of a sympathetic strike.
The strikers were in a confident
mood today and appeared to place lit-
tle credence in the reports of progress
by the packers in tilling vacancies.
On the contrary, the strikers declared
that many of the non-union men em-
ployed have deserted.
A crowd of men concealed behind a
fence threw bricks and stones at a
Lake Shore train which had on board
fifty negroes bound for the plant of
Armour & C. The negroes took ref-
uge behind the seats and uo one was
Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets
(l Busy Medioine for Bu3y People.
Brings Golden Health and Renewed Vigor.
A specific for Constipation, Indigestion, Lire
nd Kidney Troubles, Pimples, Eczema, Impure
Jlood. Bad Breath, Sluggish Bowels, Headache
vnd Backache. It’s Rocky Mountain Tea in ta‘
pt form, 85 cents a box. Genuine made by
Iollister Drco Company, Madison, Wis.
•jOLDEN nuggets for sallow people
The Daily Publicist
10 Cents Per Week
The Combined circulation of The Daily and Weekly
Publicist exceeds the large number of 5,000 per week
and every reader is a consumer and patron of the
L. B. Irwin of Stillwater, grand
secretary of the United Farmers,spoke
at 2 o’clock ou the “Value of True
Liberty” and the necessity of farmers
organizing against corporate specu-
lators and price-fixers'. He caused
the scales to fall from the eyes of
many in the vast audience when he
told them that political freedom was
j not worth a cent without economic
j freedom, which had beeu stolen from
| them 40 years ago. He told them
j that all nations in past history had
fallen “following the flag and shout-
ing hurrah for partv leaders!”
Capt. Beasler followed Mr. Irvin,
praising “old glory,” imperialism,
the beauties of competition, the meth-
j ods of Rockefeller and other “good
trusts” and then exhortpd the farmers
of Lincoln county to organize with the
United Farmers against the oppres-
sion of these same “good things”!
I O, consistency, thou art a jewel.”
| On the picnic grounds were plenty
, of drink stands, dance platform and
I merry-go-round, with many other
| amusements, so that all present had a
j joyous time, even the many candidates
j out from Chandler.
; On tne night of the loth inst. there
I was a “'conference rally” at Harrah.
i A large crowd, composed of the Anti-
j Saloon league people of Choctaw City,
came down and gave us their methods
of lighting the saloons in their town,
j urging the Harrah people to “go and
do likewise.” A few speeches were
I made on the evils of the whisky traffic
| but never offered any remedy only
j along the same old lines of warfare in
use for a quarter of a century. They
touched upon mauy remedies to de-
stroy the bitter-fruit of the
but never offered to dig up
It Is Easy Enough
to tell whether your eyes are just right or Dot We find
however, that sometimes a person will go year after year
thinking that they see as well as other people, when In fact
they cannot look away half so far as the averuu-e person
Test your sight with other people and lind out who can see
things the furthest away. If you are near sighted come in
and let us show you some glasses through which you can
see us far as any one else
jeweler - optician.
WANT THE PRESIDENT TO
TAKE A HAND
Spring Valley, 111., July 18.—Five
thousand miners from Spring Valley,
LaSalle, Peru, Ogiesbur.v, Ladain, !
Seatonville, Marquette, Depue and
Dalselt assembled in Spring Valley I
today to take part in a demonstration
denunciatory of Governor Peabody
of Colorado. There were 19,000 per-
sons present. Governor Peabody was
denounced in English, French. Italian
and Polish by several speakers. Res-
olutions were passed requesting Pres-
ident Roosevelt to intervene in the
Springfield, III., July 18. — Two
thousand miners of the Springfield
sub-district today held a mass meet-
ing at the state arsenal and adopted
resolutions denouncing what they
termed the unwarranted use of military
power by Gov. Peabody of Colorado,
and asking President Roosevelt to
intervene in the Colorado striae.
FOR STEALING A BOND.
Anadarko, July 18. - In February
the county superintendent, Mr. Tur-
ner, mailed a $500 bond of school dis-
trict No. 6 to Apache, on a Rock Is-
land train. The bond was never re-
ceived in Apache About six months
later G. A. Phillips indorsed the first
interest coupon fur $15 on the bond to
a bank in Fremont, Utah. A search
for Phillips, who went by the name of
Alien and Scrivener, in Utah, Mon-
tana and Oregon, began Two weeks
ago Phillips left the second interest
coupon for collection with the United
States National bank of .Portland,
Oregon The bank notified the au-
thorities here, who instructed to ar-
rest When Phillips was arrested this
morning the lost bond was found on
his person. Phillips is a cat penter
whu contracted here iu an early day.
“Hello!” “Hello” “Is this Rit-
ter?” “Yes.” ‘“This is Jones,
did you send that case of beer up
to my house today?” “Yes sir.”
“Was it the same as the last case
I got.” “Yes sir, Orioinal Bud-
vvkjskr.” “Well, it’s all right
then: ss.v Ritter, have you the
Faust draught beer on tap?” Yes
Jones, fresh and cold.” “All
right, I’ll be down soon for a
glass, I think it is the best keg
Many words of praise come to
me in this way regarding our beer,
wines and liquors. A sample or-
der from you will convince you
that I am headquarters for good
goods at reasonable prices.
Kentucky Liquor House
E. Q. RITTER, Prop
and plant one that would bear good
fruit. The profit in the sale of whisky
bears the bitter fruit of poisonous
whisky, open saloons aud gambling
dens. Remove the profit system and
I whisky would be pure and as harmless
as apple cider. It i; becoming a car-
Files Upon Top of Piles;
Piles upon top of piles of people
have the piles, and DeWitt’s Witch
Hazel Salve cures them There are j
many different kinds of piles, but if
you get the genuine and original .Vitch |
Hazel Salve made by E. C. DeWitt & !
Co. of Chicago, a cure is certain. H. j
A. Tisdale of Summerton, S. C., says,
“I had piles 20 years and DeWitt’s j
evil tree j Salve cured me after everything else
the tree failed.” Sold
dinal principle among intelligent peo-
I pie that “whatever the people collec-
tively use they should collectively
own, control and distribute.” Think
of our postal system, public roads
and free schools.
The long-looked-for cauuing factorv
at Harrah has failed to materialize,
leaving the farmers adjacent to this
place with the “bag to hold” in the
shape of 200 to 400 acres of tomatoes
and sweet coin planted, cultivated and
soon ready for the “canner. ” Cause,
suckers swallowing a baited hook
without a line to it. Sing “Did Christ
o’er sinners weep? And shall our
cheeks be dry?” Faithfully,
Geo. M. Fowler.
BRYAN WILL STUMP.
Milwaukee, Wis., July 18.—It is an-
nounced that Wm. J. Bryan will
stump Wisconsin during the coming
campaign. The democrats will make
a determined effort to capture the
state, hoping the contest in 'he repub- 1
lican ranks will help them.
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