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fTHB ST. LOUIS BEPUBLIC: SUNDAY. JULY 23. 1805.
Kate Masterson, - WellKnown
Critic and Story Writer, Sajs
the Playwright Feminine Char
acters Have Masculine Brains.
BV KATE MASTEKSON.
New Tork. July 31 Bernard Shaw is
never so incomprehcni!:le as when he
piciorCE the women or his plays. One
efter another these brain children of his
step out from the pace: of his. fascinat
ing drama. lnteret!:ig and novel as
typer. studies of character. iroblemi in-tIle-c:us.I
monstrosities, but far afield at
H time from reality.
And vet he 1 a re.-ill.-t It) all oilier mat
ter ! men are human, often common
glace But one wouW tMnk that the Shaw
omn came, from a brtln specialist's
Collection of charts. as specimens' of ab
tionnalitv They belong in comic opera
rather t!ur com'edj They are r.ot wom
anlj hut New Womanly and Jr. that
laudable iristirne. the pursuit of man.
th betray methods and maneuver that
pro- ?h"m dbtlrctlv the creation of a.
rrn who is .striving to portra-ail idea
rather than a woman.
He construct his women as cleverlv as
hi play so far . structure Is ron-rrr:-l.
He evn !" attention to their
clothe hut make") them consistently 'im
possible a women. although vastly in
teresting as types Hut through them
II -the preachy Candida and the unusual
Olorta the gentl'-raanly Vlvle and all the
rest of the group the whole Shaw cycle
of Klrls. one traces the confession that
the clever, ehnrrr.lng Irishman, dazzling
us anl touching our hearts almost cruel
ly at time does not give us a real wom
an hut rathr a foster Klrl, audacious In
drawing and color wearing her rr.nta!itv
1'ke a tin aureole and affecting us with
Shak'peare. a well as Dickens, has
.n a.-cusl of rulnc hi heroines a
colorle- negative ort of graciousnesa at
-: rtlflciallry fairly screams from
th"m and we are forced to admit that a
inn.-. v woman evrti a master man's
woiiw 1 a faulty as the heroes that
womr novelist delight to draw, crea
tures ,f -ioth"s and eplcram or in the.
sterling char.icteri !f-concious prigs,
r.diculous as the good little bojs of the
oM fahhloned .'ory books
IJermnl Shaw cannot l.e accused of
11all7.inir his women None of them Is
lllumir.ed by a tojch of religion, of real
tendernes They are masculine brains In
woman t-die Ttie most real creature
lie 1ms driwn Is the terrible Mr. War
ren but. 'errsblo v ht 1. her lo lighter
Is a veritable ln;llctual monster com
pared with br
-Tiaw. therefore, t not a poet, for a poet
will insist on hlr ideal. In women he
canr.ot seen; to escape from them But
the realist would have his Iadv Codiva
tld through th town with her hair In a
neat Ps-vche knot on top of h'r head. He.
casta on" nil HluM-'m and dif sects ths
woman j.epirt'd from the mvsterfous
and wonderful thine v-.e '-all sex.
F'Inero. Henry Arthur Jone and Wilde
have u ihe rontrary oversexed their
women h.iratter. The woman swayed
h7 her emotions in defiance of her reason
Irg powers must alsavs be the type truest
to nature although these playwrights ren
der r..-r reroltlns omtImes In their ac-c-n'
on thl th'm
HI N.J TU OTHKIl EXTREME
l!ut Shaw runs daringly to the other
extreme and mak Ms womn Into slot
machines from whl'h emerge iws. theo
ries rules of life and conduct, d-mands
for truth and llbertv of action, occasional
njTbiirst of neurotic paigion everj'thlng
all thlns but a lov for chiffons and a
penchant for tears rather than logical
The haw woman Is alwajs up-stage.
ami -oud .he be slven life "he would be
the- mot unbearable of bore Men. In
etwirf d !oi r.tt her would flee from her to
Jut'J r.ratrfMy to the prattle of some
irw lancer or kittenish chorus maiden.
Ilora enco:i-eiI in a Se-room flat would
be 'ike a !ejhed llvlns machine in fact.
th Dtmospber' of this particular play and
a few tbers gives the h-,nat!on In read
ing ha 'lie action is taking place in a
M'utarium wliio!) would be even mor"
dmrable ground for a Shiw comedy than
n rV-itisi . otR e
VU- se. rt of the Khaw women those
r.h'e -urg ''Bull" wb- have be-n dieted
mi tapr a .i nk Instead of taramels
ctl r b- that the v -1'er um-s them as
nn 1-1. iiereonas'" rathr than glrL with
glil altril j'e.s He repeatedly jeers a:
them and personally b,trajs the spirit of
a Tutk in his line, carrying some of hi"
haiurie-s from the severely mental to
the .. -.eefly animal and al'owlng no Jiv
ing cate !"tween.
f.nl IifiE AGAINST THE SEX
T aie i'tatures of brain aid body
with .xnursated et instinct Even 'an
tlida. who prates of her chlljren ar U It
her b is..it. !' i-blMren tbat he alls
then) would not holl a bab in her arms
v. !t! a - jritv
if j-se the Shaw women are Inter
iing e. r ti'v h'v that J'ke miny
iTbe ler men ih' writer ba. a sort of
guids acau.st tie i- Vnllki many
orher. 4 nuj-h. lie ci' t!i painted
ha ow ' ii disappointment fo-m rather
tha-i -a"s n Heal ,tlu f hi fancy
He i a--i'.i"irlt more than writer H
t-ele. is his i --me nnd trles f- illustrate
i l,i p v-r 1-SC-" i!ght of hiss idea.
Ills -r i- onl puppets who cieent
u r jH-ri. .iial uilratbte Jt' Shaw who
li l-u a cuIdk ail the while xatlicr than
lh i- pie in 'be p.. iind tbU Is one
rej.s.1 ! t e wi'ineii are SU "ll Rentl-na-.
i.it . wit! tur.st of boyish rn-
t ir a- 'i "1 ef ill j-r-s and blue
,v s mra-rlt!e of the writer H"
re-l 1- ri . .tleji- t1 li ballet
pIf,, rtr u k io in fenl ::e n means
Of v p"Sl -r ll1 ce-IUI'S W'llc'l he
b ns ae c1 "sii s5" Shaw rtpo'ind his
map i'ei Miro-ic'u nrra'n's lip, ani
ttt lai !''. humsn o-. hhls "ardldl
or r.j se thre ,-hreter g!n fwr
r-js e ,-teit vihen they are sir
renal-! I- w.n-i-v a- tor for rt sr
at "' lii rerna-e.J wtt! what 'n the
prl-i- 1 : Se 'b"V UeV so sroieijel
T uje imlhli wss lltne h'ltran
r.eesuse '!i .pile of her wotdy terden -ie
t-er was '.e nctTf-is' deep, gentle olc
ber 5e V l.er sow,n h'f rn'l. all
r.ea i-g u i ir brail tbe far tbat she
-a- i ooiiu' Tb. t'anJIds li the ptinteil
p t n e. 's tnecn a b-.fe attent and
t who -uM d!fcet a 111 i at
at? il - the .Juration of (t heart
t-eai H9 a&e wt"iin w.-u'd but the
nw v. She far ahe.il of even
they. v e e,' l!Tt'
TK.e r awnsht ttltl displays rvm
patft nli'i Me Warren anl mi.'i cu
. ifn e r ft w.izr.ti ub rouTil rave rli
a gr a g '' nim laa:s t'lat he do-rn t
Care t iTiwn " beaut
" Hhe a I "f worUrs and cettir.e
r-ld :r It etl I am tee.j wring I
V a eomfoMaWr 'ia!r. elga-e'ie a
lttt-le wMicv snd . r-ovel with a rro.l d
ter'lve sf e ! It "
I-NV. KIT! EN i'HAKMS
tlut t M nfl Wiasv hss ret wrf'en
bout C! tlt Is the rjiarns What i
the Wa ba he ciarj reitau'j
peve- fitn admltilrrf Mm of hrr to
enter one of ' tIr howp" He love
beuv in hat -s s'rrvh anJ hi" Mark
ing, but e ni;t -not -raS'y t"ut tn
femir'ne fi-rm "fcst 1 not pure! t
tertiat Gltta Is l-eautj-btit at eul s
tiarsh w ccrea A dentist a t-o
a-ivi for ber
I?ut who can der tht we w-re'ti
tired of the crvinslfd Udi cf Plnero and
tti taS'-T-niale t:;.!rt- -f 1vd- !
Th Shaw. -nun. swstre t at -fc ! Ie
pend nltber pi riwrji -r on ge-r.'e (
ntprals, Sr- leoni; tt i" sthi-i and ,
lie acjs iixarcteli fetter pr be read
8h h ecmjuereJ JCew Ycrk. fed en sex ,
teta -snd Ssjtlh Iifrettti
And tMs. t-sv w!i Shaw secor.d cent
Inc. to specie, lor tn te UarjSeliian
.rc-lutlcn re jul!e f.irirt the itdr on the
horses In cr ninsiratkin fcr th rln mis
ter. The tints wa flr- fcr snotbr
" prophet, for the qai'.nt rutlc bvseJ was
as piajed out as tie real dim pie. and the
problem play only gcd for specla!
Shaw the A .eerl-:sr.!xej Sh-w vhtch t
little bit dTererl from ShW 5hstv
Made fs ThlnS. T;e Shaw woman Ve
us thltk an-J wt gl-id thai we -; tint such
REPORT EXCISE VIOLATION.
Bartender Accuse-l f SvIHns
7 Beer to a Minor.
f Cemmlrslor.cr MaUlhlU that the ce law
, rramaif; io v;: "" .r,t. --.
t- ndr for A. J. IMnknur, VesipT cf a
laallcvn at Niv SX vt !
fc?l tftat'tft- "ad AlIt-a S-vs 13
aW at . . a . thaas- .! ski Kar f aV aUtJV"
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Lmt poacemen anv: rcw'iej 0j i" is. c ,
s.etee a iar r.o ii evw . .-. - i
Acu3n eertex :-
Will Make Xet Plilli Over 9TS
Few pecple realise what great enter
prise the Uncle 8am refinery really la.
Come down to Cherryvale anl see for
yourself as the hundreds of barrels of
crude I manufactured daily into the
finest grades of refined oil. at prohts
that will In time py handsome dividends
to e-ery stockholder. Figuring on a rnot
conservative basis, the Uncle Sam Cherry
vale plant will make net profits of over
itrrfjei pr ftaj. When you buy Uncle
Bm teflr.ery stock you secure property
that is really increasing In value every
duj. lrause the rapid development and
the erection of machinery fcrward
with fm and energy. The refinery ! now
turning gold lata the treasury every day
Two Carloads, of RarrrN Arritc
Th" t;nc:e Sam Company Is now selling
oil and big money is already being real
ized on the Cherryvale plant. Just com
pleted. The Uncle 8am Company received
the first shipment of two carloads of
barrels a few davs ago In which to ship
oil to patrons until the tank stations arc
completed. Twenty carloads of barrels
will be received luring the next few
davs. Order for Uncle Sam refined oil
arc coming In from all over Kans-a and
all will bo filled Just aa fast as the re
finery can turn out the oil, and the plant
Is now running night and day.
Write at aare far price reaaea
aaa fael oil.
Stork Will Be AdirajKd 25 IVr Cent
at Midaijeht Tuendajr. Allgaat I.
Th I'ncle Sam Company has hk! with
such great succefs In raising the neces
sary capital to crowd the work, both on
refinery and pipe line and In It oil field
development, that stock advertised at the
present prices will either all be sold orj
advanced Sa per cent from present prkc
at midnight Tues-iay. August 1. The com
pany ha sufficient funds to crowd the
work and J"ou should not delay an hour in
sending In your remittances, for this com
pany is now In communication with over
Is tboasaaa investor.-, scattered all
over tha United State Thee Investors
are fast finding out that our refinery
JEFF DAVIS, THRICE GOVERNOR OF ARKANSAS,
MAKING HOT SENATORIAL CAMPAIGN
Amuse Enthusiasm of That Part of His Followers Whom He Calls "Hwl Necks anil Hill Billies." in
Effort to Oust Senator Berry. Who Has Represented State nt Washington for More Than
Twenty Year Governor".- Career Has Been Marked by Sensational Kpisodes and His Ene
mies Are as Enthusiastic in Their Hatred of Him as His Friends on His Behalf.
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t'ltv?"JaaPl"S' f?"Sraf f '
Arkansas 1 agIn sgog w.:h politic
Goverror Je!t lavi has gone cm aactfcer
turrp-tpek! tour and i be'ni ereete.;
ererywle-re by :bouasd e-f what he term
the -red secka and hi:i bi :;-. Tfcev
ss-e enthiiUt:lc fc!'ciers frcra the jural
d!:rict have thre- time t& fc;-a to
:be Mstefcocse. wa?r he has p:Isl s
the chief executive,
Jeff Davis ! csw a asplra&t f.-r elec
tion to the Unlt"S State nate to suc
ceed tr- aged Seaiw: Jn-.' H. Berry.
tacviatent. So has re-etente!! Arkassa
In the Secate at Wasfclsgton for mora
than twenty years, sfter havtag served hi
Stat s 'Tov-erc- ?A la o:J:r eS-lzl
The s'gns i waslct rro-r eac.1 tfxy.
Divls arncurced toear ata that heo
k'.t eecrO term Ocverccr evplrfd
e-sk- cppiire Sator Ber-? In fat be
ha b t M '?r en the enaton! plura
frctn tlie first nrae s was ejected ,ttr
ficy tTreal of ArkaS".. In his ;.ec!s
trakics tour (ettTier fat. to aVtrg r-
ect:-i to tae tieiTernors crace a eco
ttro cacuen blv lr.teit!c lr run
against Senator Seiry waea ht secrs4
trm esrtred. Sncs that arcoe-reraent
stock Is good 'property, and hundreds are
buyi&C It very day, net arnica aathls
stock running aa high as SIXTEES
TH01SAXD DOLLARS IX A SIXGLfc.
The stock Is bound to advance In solid
values to ti cents per snare within the
next nine months and poiibljr in ninety
day. It's now or never with you If
ou secure stock at present prices. By
Fending draft or money order at once you
can secure stock as follows:
I oh shares, siiaaii sum t.nares.
fSajSUi SUM shares. MMMW
I.MM shares. ItlUll S.OM
shares. SMUIOt' lMWO shires. !.-
iTAJimt .oee shares. sm.no.
Monthly PapneMt Offer.
1m shnref. 4W-et cash. j'Ix monthly
payments of Z.M each. SW chares.
H. cash and six monthly ptjrntnt. of
3. each. WKl shares. II.Ol cash and
sis monthly payments of . each.
I .turn ihart-. ICm cash and six month
ly payments of MIMMJ each. 3a0"O shares.
tH.im cash and six monthly payments of
37X0 each IIMpM shares. VIStMM
lash and six monthly payments of
S.I70.C each. . .
Stx.k ! nonassessable and th par
value Is J1.00 per share
HOW TO SEND MONK. Make all
checks drafts or money otders to The
Uncle Sam Company ir II. II Tucker
Jr.. and stock wrlll be sent promptly by
Assets Bark of This Coniiaa- Rea
sons Why the Stock Will Certainly
Go to SO Cent". Per Share Within
Tlie I'ncle S.ini Cotnpativ now ha. one
treat refln-sry completed and in full
operation. This refinery I- nov worth,
on a conservative bai!. a qaarter of a
mllllna dollars to the stockholders of
the company, and i already being In
creased In capacity The company has
miles of lateral pipe line. completed.
onnectiiiK- about t!i!e-four:hs of the
Cherrwale field, and is l.iy:ntr more
lateral Iln'-s. A fraarhtae for 1T Miles
of aaaia traaW pipe liar arra alae
Kaaaaa roam tie clear throuK'i to the
bank of navigable water is now se
ouierl and nwrnil by the company
Forty allies offS'ie main trunk pipe
line is. now on the ground ri.ong the
was made hi efforts -vlor.e that llr.e. kvve
beers more prcr.ounced than ever.
He fca b-en un-1-e and extravsgant. at
t!a:fs senfaKona. It 1s charged in the
Governor's cT.c ye his populailtv with
the peopl- of hi State r"C11' ,l' wlt
trorger hold ind he ha mt'i himself
aa "Idol" with what may be termed the
dstnlrzr.t ctzs of hi iomrnor.wealth
lrreachnent procctd:ss were Cle-5
aralns; GoverrT Dav's in ISl ar.d a
rttxhur e.fGrt -a as cude to fcrtrg about
hi donfaU for altered ra.v.lfeaM.n.e and
tsiscenduct In ci5c- It was an ineffectual
effort It onlv ursed him and rrade him
announce himself a canJMite for fJov
eracr fer a third term- He s! was
u4emcratlc. vet he deirei vltjdlcatlon
at the hand rf tv.e peep! ef Its State
j-vC anronneed Vraelf a a e-;dHate
cpi the "vlllcatioa rtatfcrrn" nnly
CAl 5EO 5NATOR JONB3 aUE.'T
He hd an r-lt grudce asair' t'nite
Stte Staie- Jimee K. Jcnc. whkh he
Tjanted to atlsfv and be taftfle-l I: fully.
In stattpiag the State for Gov.nor he
; eusel the cause of former Gsvercor
Jar-rs V. Clarke, whom Davis injaced to
Any Casjaty te
wn atojr Fifty
fsrrawe an OH SUtien
far Belli Refaed anJ
Fael Oil at Once.
As before stated, the
Uncle Sum Company Is
already at work install
ing stations In Kansas.
Any man or club of men
who will band together
and take sixty thousand
shares at present prices
can name the man they
wlsh to be put in charge;
of the company's Inter
ests in their county and
the company will at once
commence to supply
them with both icflned
and fuel oil;:. It will nlo
Install a s'tatlon at their
county seat town Just as
quickly as the machinery
can be secured from the
and Rich Growing
The Uncle Sam Com
pany has kept Its prom
ises In the past and will
pipe line route at Neosho Falls, l.e Roy.
Piiu.i and Cli rry vale. More pipe line
Is a'rriving and being unloaded readv to
complete and to pump oil through The
coinpativ owns and controls over thirty
thoaaaaal arrew of valuable oil and gas
land. located in some of the richest oil
fields In leibette. Montgomery. i:ik and
Ch.ltitauiiua counties, and aN south of
ItartleM-IIle. In the five hundred barrel
district, right up against tile Qage Hue
In tne Cherokee nation. On these prop
ertles ihere are seveaty-alae 7l pro
hieing wells and five pumping plants.
The company has room for over jaaa oil
wells Thousands of barrels of oil are
anuo-nce hls:l! aca'.:t vnator Jon's.
Clarke and LmvI were at thvt time the
bitterest cf enemies. Yet Divi urged hi
rollovers to vote for Clarke and he
brought about Senator Jones's defeat.
Senator Jcr.es at that time was the blg
rcl man politically la Arkansas. H was
popular alth all classes, and his rle to
the chairmanship of the National Uem3
cratlc Committee made him "a man above
tr.eri- in the s cf the Arkansas people.
Jarne P Clarke was at that tlaie far
from being a oopuiar men with th Te!
neck ar.d hill blUIe.." but Jeff Davt
made fcim to. He V.stted every county in
the State and went right Into the fceArl
of Senator Jor' home and other strong
hold ar.d etect.oa day demonstrated hl
reraarkvble ue... Counties that had
gone for Jones :n previous elections with
out a dlentlng vote went solid for
"lsrke. and at the same time cave Jeff
Davi enough votes to elect him Go.rnor
for a third term by a majrrity of thou
sands. The bylines me- nd the tnsurar.re
men and the newipaper. without excep
tion, fourfct him. Some of them favored
Clarke, but ot posed him because Da via
epoused his cause. But Davis continued
his stump speech and when the polities!
bittle came to an end Davis and Clark
The result srtld Dfmocrats through
cvt the -oartrj'
Jarr.e k Jeae. practically the manag
ing heed of De-socraer in this eeUe,trr.
has fallen In the dust n his own potltl--a!
around At such a time it was ca
tastrophe hi the eves of the nation's Dean
ecratlc leaders. Eastern Democrats felt
the blew. They had looked on Senator
James K. Jones, their national chairman.
25 Per Cent Tuesday, August 1
keep them te ths future.
In a year froaV bow you
wtllses tbU stock Mlllng
for Ave times or over the
present prices. Th com
pany Is a eommon man's
company. It takes an
Immense amount of capi
tal to complete this gi
gantic undertaking-, but
the good work goes for
ward with a vim. If you
can't b'iy over 104 shares
take some of this stock
and get lined up right
for the oil industry of
Kansas. If you have from
one thousand to ten
thousand dollars to In
vest, come down nnc
look these properties
over atid have a confi
dential talk with the
managers and officers of
Personnel of Company.
James Ingersoll. presi
dent: J. H. Ritchie, vice
president: H. II. Tucker
Jr.. secretary and treas
urer. References: The ilont
gomery County National
Bank, the IVople's Na
tional Bank mid Cherry
vale State Hank, all of
owned and In storage, ready to be re
fined and turned into mouev. More oil
Is being stored every hour The com
pany has thousands of barrel of tank
age completed, one big tank alone hav
ing a cjpacitv of one aallUea sis kas.
dreg thonaaad nalloaa. There are two
dwelling houses at the refinery and four
more In the oil fields. The company afto
lias a gfty-ge acre tract close to K..U
n City, oil which Refinerv No. 2 and
the big tank farm will Le completed
during- the next six month. The com
pany has purchased tank cars anil lias
Htoi-iKe tanks for station that will im
mediately be Installed nt Coarordla.
as a mighty factor in Democrat!.' circles
In the Southern country, and h!. faithful
nee to the sliver cause of Ilrvan in pre
vious years had made him such, tlwv
claimed. Yet Jen Davl had boomeranged
him with his own constituents.
REARING WAV TO SENATOnSlUI.
. "L Tas victory that meant more to
Jeff Davis than anything eNe he could
have accomplished. He knew that. It
was his farslghted political Instinct that
prompted him to decline to oppose Sen
ator Jone himself, but to use Senator
Clarke, whose home In the Eastern dis
trict of Arknr.sas was known to be solid
for him. while Davis figured to carry all
other sections of the State, then thoueht
to be the Impregnable strongholds of the
distinguished representative who had so
long represented Arkansas at the capital.
By defeating Jones. Davis cleared the
way for his campaign against Uerry. He
demonstrated that the old Confederacy of
Arkansas was not whollv In favor of
"perpetual administration" on the part of
one of Its comrade.'. At the same time
Davis catered to the younger element for
hi votes, to mor easllv- defeat Carroll
D. Wood of Hot Spring, a fornjr member
of the Arkansas Supreme Court, who op
When Davis was elected Governor a
third time In ISM. he repeated his first vic
tory, sweeping the State. In his first
gubernatorial campaign he carried seventy-four
counties out of seventy-five, in
hi second seventy-one and In his third
sixty. He l making the startling state
ment now that he will carry the total
number of seventy-flve In his race for th
He ha brought about the passage of
mote bill in the Arkansas Leglslatare
than any Governor that preceded nlm. nl
adherents claim for hint. Ills antitrust
law. sclileli .Imve all .lie farelen lnimni
companies from Arkansas, was among!
The recent legislative boodle cases were,
predicted by Governor Davis month ago.
both In speech and in his message to the
General As erably
DAVIS SHATTERS PRECEDENTS.
in electing himself a third time. Gov
ernor lavN shattered a precedent, and it
In enabled him to build up a machine
which ha become apparently almost in
vincible. He said then that he was after
"Olil Stan Berry's place" to crown hi
eventful ollltcaI career, nnd having ele
vated Clarke In advance) of himself ho as
serts that he will accomplish as much for
No man In Arkansas has bitterer po
litical and personal enemies than Gov
ernor Davis. He has been assaulted
wl.ile making tits campaigning tours, and
on one occasion was knocked from a plat
form by his opponent. Judge Wood, during
a heated argument. While hi principal
opposition In politics coms from political
leaders, there are men In Arfcar.. ad
mlrets of the "one-legged Senator." who
hi.v.? expressed themselve as preferring
death rather than to iee Davis succeed
D.:vi"s great strength come from the
cemmon people. He opened hi present
earr.pilgn nt Conway, Ark., July . on
which day Benator Berry declined t
meet him In Joint debate. Senator. Berry
said it was too earlv; that the farmers.
niiv In th midst of their crop making.
should not be disturbed with the roar of
political difference Davis paid little or
no attention to the Senator's argument.
He appeared fct Conway a" announced,
and before 10.W people h reviewed
Berry's: record In war and In politics, and
took occasion to present some of his own
"doing" In the Statehouse and Irf other
official capacities. Sine that day he has
appeared at various placa over the Stats
In his campaign Divle goes dlrectlr to
the people, lie sways the masses with his
strong and forceful style and has ac
tually driven some of Arkansas's greatest
oriti.ry from the stump.
MOST riCTUI'.ISQUB GOVERNOR.
In n.stiv tespects he I one of the most
picturesque of Southern Governors and
ha done thing no other chief executive
ver dared do The mW notable of these
was his third-term election, the Ilrt time
In the blstorv of the State that the "two
term" Democratic precedent was ever
broken. , .. .
He, has made more enemies, built up a
mightier machine and cast aside more
precedents than any other Governor of
Arkans H- Is mor determinedly hated
and condemned by his cnrme and more
gnerou.ly lauded bv- hi friends than any
man who has ever held th high office.
Th churches, the newspapers, the ir.-ir-ance
men. and a large. Influential pol.tl
cal bodv have teen arriyeJ continuously
ngolnt "him Ho has deled th'tn all suc
cessfully. Senator Bern-1 ty no means an unpop
ular man. but Davl I attempting to
make him so Senator Berry' friends are
legion and wherever he ha appeared thi
year, as before, he has alwaj received
an ovation. In the. ensfern part of the
Ftatr. where Governor Davis make great
cl'iim on account cf hi support of Sen
ator Clarse, who is little le than idollied
there, it 1 statd that Senator Berry will
develop an unexpected strength, and the
ensuing nine month. It I claimed, will
cringe the cocksure; confidence or the
Davis faction nnd the half-hearted sup
port of a certain Brry faction, frtghten-d
bv the phenomenal succeves of Governor
Davis to a realization that Davis has r.o
-ri-ieh" there by any means, but. en the
other hand, will have the lUht of hi llf-;
Hv a cnblnation of circumstance and
determined speechmaklr.g on the part of
Governor DaV.s. who frequently went Into
the heart of B'rry county espousing the
cause of Senator Clarke. Northwest Ar
ltae.a. Brry home, was lost to Sen
ator James K. Jones in the Clarke-Jones
contest. The fight In that section of the
Ktat- was considered a test between tb
D,rt. and th- antl-Davts factions, but
Herrv'a friends are confident that Davis
wtllnot repeat the invasion there, la his
own interest, and especially because
Berry Is his opponent.
ator Berrv has been actively In pub
lic life sine :S. He west to the lgis
laturij frrm Carroll County In that year
He wis a Representative again In T: and
- tying elected Speaker th latter term.
HV'served then a. Circuit Ju4g In his
Edicts! lstr!et sal was elected Oever-wr
in ?. Three years later b went to the
Cnlted States Senate He was '" OM-fedora-v
Array and lest a leg in the hattw
Governor Darts Is a nativs of Little
Tltver county, arsio-w. " - ---born.Usy
. ttC. ,
last Tjtate cjarnnuoa iw vw.
Tanks. Wlcalta ass 9a-
More Stations te Prospect
Forty-five more distributing stations
will be established in Kansas as the
company completes another refinery and
Increases the capacity of the one at
Cherryvale. The refinery and oil land
and oil productions, owned and con
trolled by this company, with Its fran
chises, pipe lines and machinery, are
worth on a conservative basis to-day
close to als hswdreg taoaaaag dollar.
In addition to the above-mentioned
property, back of this company there
are over ooe hnagred aad twralygse
laaaaaaa dollars (glSSgaSMti subscribed
on gilt-edged installment contract..
which will alt be paid in during the
next four months. This money is tor
stock that is-already allotted and on
which two and three payments already
have been remitted by the purchasers.
There la not a shadow of a doubt but
that all of thl money will be paid
promptly as It falls due. at from Sl.rtW
to ll.S'JH daily during the- next 1Z0 davs.
Will Una Property Worth Over Five
Million Dollars in Lev Than a Year.
The authorized capitalization of th?
Uncle Sam Company is. tea sslUloa dol
lars. Sixty-one per cent of thl. stock Is
now owned by antl-trttt haters of the
first degree. Tiilrty-nlne per cent of this
slock, or three Million alae fcaadrrd
taaasaag shares. ar- still In the treas
ury and will be sold ut from 12 t '
cents per share. At Ieatt eight btasdrrd
taoBsaag dollara will be raled from the
remainder of tiiis treasury Mock. The
uruceeds from the same will be invested
In the development ot the v.tt oil hold
ings of the companv and In tin com
pletion of the main trunk pipe line to
the Misotirl River and or it fuel oil line
to Central Nebraska. Ueltnrry No. :. :
the ban!: of navigable waters at K.iti
mis City and llegarr Ao. X in realm!
Uklahesaa. where the I'omrauv i m
securltig large oil holdings, pieparinc
to furnish siittlciciit production to fe. .1
Refinery No. 3. will also be built. Dis
tributing stations will be Incited nt the
leading county seat town. all ot r Kan
sn. Tan!. for fetation at lltitrliiuson
Sallna. Wichita. Topeka and Concordia
are now mi the ivav At le:i-t llfty i-ta
tlons will b.- otnpleted and equipped in
Kansas during the next three mouths.
ratio party In Hot Springs. In 1:41. de
elded upon n blanket primary: that I.-, the
vote cast for United States Senator In
the various counties shall he certified to
the Slate Convention, and the totals of the
popular vote shall be cast up. Irrespective
of county lines, the candidate ipceiving
the majority of the total vote being de
clared th- nominee f the j.-.ple for Sen
ator, to be elected by the Legislature to
convene In Januarv. 1WJ7
While thw Legiilature still elect the
Senator, it prerogative ha 1 come pvrely
mlrii-tertal-h only record the will of the
people as expressed at the ballot !o.
Hitherto the method has been applied to
the .'ouiitles. according to the nuuiber of
delegate n the State Convention..
The "blanket primary" resolution was
dictated by Governor Davis. Bnd Senator
Berry was a member of the convention
that adopted It The primaries for Sen
LEWIS OBJECTS TO
liidye Shepard Barclay I'miots
I'ayim.'iit to .ludge Spencer and
Opposes Withdrawal of srV(tO
Asks for Assets.
In the bill of exception filed b Jude
Shepard Barclay, attornev for the Peo
ple's United States Bank and E. G. l'vl.
in the Countv Court at Clayton to the re
port of Selden P Spencer, he strenuou.-ly
object to the claims made on the bank by
The Mil allege that the condition under
nhleh Judge Spencer took charge f th-
bank wa void of Jurisdiction and repu
diates all of the receiver's claims.
The bill a!o alleges that Judae Spen
cer ha failed to complv- with the order
of the court, entered Julv 17. wl.irel.y he
was directed to deliver forthwith to de
fendant all of the property and .itt in
The bill ay: "Judce Spencer has im
properly retained and refused to deliver
to defemlant tlZ.V. referred to In his re
port, claiming to retain the same lor the
purpose of paying alleged expense in the
administration of said P-opk's Unltei
8tntes Bank In hi rosesicn. and defend
ant speelncsllv and specially excepts to
that feature of said renort for the reason
that the court wa without Jurl'dietion t
make said order under which Judge Spc -cer
took eharce of the bank, nnd It .
without lurlidictlon to eharce sinii item
or make any allowance acalnst the de
fendant." The bill a!o object to j.avinc the $U -IPo
to J utile Sreneer on the ground that
the amount asked was grnsslv In excess
of the value of bis service-, in t'l- con
cluding paragraph. It object": to s.-vera.
bills said to have been paid out bv Jut.se
Spencer for reni-on that no voucher, re
ceipt or other evliler.ee of payment 1
submitted by the receiver
Besides the bill of exception. Jmlso
Rarclav alo filed a motlin to renuli
Judge Spencer to complv with the court"
order of Julv 17. to deliver all rropertv
back to the rtefenilant. The petition al
lege that Judge Spenrer I withholding
tlilCO lIongIng to defendant v.ithout
warrant of liw
Th" court l asked to acaln l.ue an
order refiulriuc Ju Ige Spencer t deliver
Immediately all of the bank's a.-s-ts to
WATCH TAKEN IN JOKE.
Timepiece Reported Stolen Ke
turned to Otto M. Roth.
FiIends of Otto M. Roth of No. VM :-"Jad
avenue dIcovre,j jesterday rnnrr.irg that
a j-ake they were leaving o:i him wa as
suming dangerous, proportions and they
returne-1 a watch whlr.i h lIlevil ha-I
been stolen from him by a pickpocket on
a Park cver.u- tar Lis: Wednesday.
The watch had been taken at Roth
place of employment by friends. .ho put
It away ar.d who were enjoying 1.1s ilis
comftture extrernel.v Rotli believed tho
watch was taken wh.le he wa on his -aav
home on car lie so told Dcteetive
Frank Iv Barge
When the Jokers learr'd frsm Kith cx
terdar rr.orr.in that the detective hail
assured him that they knew the th.er
and would oon latvl him tehlr.d th" tar
there wa a conference. A few minute
later Roth found the watch on hi .esn
with a note saying it was only a "
Roth acc'ptd the ..splanatlon -nd t .e
phoned to Chief D-smond to call rff his
leuth aylng the watch wa r "xverei
and eiptalnln the Joke. rM-i ! -l
could not t- th j,e and toll hl m.n
to continue working on the case.
COWDERY'S MOTOR CAR BURNS
.Coachman Wakes to Find Auto in
Flames Damage ?1."0.
7ri Vieker a ecaehman for E. G Cw
den- of No. -. Vsniv enter pla a?
awakened by the odor cf vnf'A- In t ,-. -table
veatcrdav moritrr at I o'clock
Leaning down the .talrway he fct-rd
c-e cf Mr 'owd'rv aurcm biles In
flames. An alarm wa rri to tjn?lr.
Companv n,ar.d th- flr' wa qulcljir :
Unguthd. but rot until darr-asc estimated
"The J'f fir. I rot definitely
known, d'ji ii x" iir-j . - .--- . .
burner" ur.dr tr engine had not been
IN MUD UP TO HIS NECK.
Boy ft Picnic Party and :t
Stuck, in a Bog.
MlltvUle. N. J.. July --Arfr h;
InaT for eight hours through the woods
aad marshes of laandls Township, r-ranfc
Stagmeyer. a amall boy. was found in an
The Uncle Sam Company Is a home con
cern. It Is hacked by the Un of Kan
sas, supported and approved by about
nine-tenths of the peoj-le In the State.
and the Uncle Sam refined and fuel oils
will be the most popular Kansas prod
uct ever sold in the State and will
command good prices.
Bis Deals Are Betag Closed Daily a
Investors can depend, as befors
stated, on this slock advancing :3 per
cent on Aujrust 1st. However, this does
not mean that ywa have any certainty
that it will remain at the present price
for even the next five days. Big deals
are pendiaK JJl over the United States.
This announcement will bo read fcr
close to gffeea atUlloa people. The sav
ing banks of the country are full of
money that Is brlaginc the depositor
practically no income, and It Is not any
safer thaa it would be if Inveated In
this -ooipany. aa the Uncle Saza Cos.
panv 1 paj ing a it goes. It Is not rtsn
:.ing In debt a dollar. In fact. It has
thousands of dollars in ths treasury.
Every vvell-mauagcd refinery company
that owns its own production succeeds.
The I'ncle Sam Company has oil lands
enough to feed the present refinery and
the two that will be built during the
next year for over a century, when
you buy this stock you Invest In ana of
the greatest growing enterprises in th
nation. If will be to the West what tha
Pure Oil Company 1 In the East. Tou
should not delay an hour after reading
this unnouncemetit. Send voue remit
tance now and secure stock, for It la
easllv worth SS rest per aaare neat
on and will be selling for that In less
than six week. Several deals for ten
and tnentv thousand .shares have been
closed In the last tlir days. If. how
ever. ou only take one hundred shares
at fH.ie). you are wel.-ome to loin us. for
this company will live and prosper br
the help of it. many friends and the
thousand of small stockholders and in
fluential men who will demand and
forc it square deal for Its products in
every part of the Union. For further
particulars, write or wire
H. H. TUCKER Jr., Sky ,
ator at'd other offices will not b held
until March. The convention will be held
the following June. Hence Arkansas has
a full vear of politic In front of It. while
the smoke of the last I still hovering
over It in the shape of a legislative boodle
MISSOURI BOY DAVIS'S SECRETARY.
A man :i ifcell known as the Governor
himself i Charlc. Jacobsou. a Missouri
bov. who ha been his private secretary
stiioe hi t!r-t lection to the Governor's
olllce. mill who Wore that time was ap
IM.lntnl by Governor Davis to the posi
tion of Asitant Attorney General. Ja
eoliiii was educate.! in the St. Uouls pub
lic schools, lie was born at Faxmlngton.
.Mo.. July 27. 1S7L After his schooling hero
he was graduated from the Peabody High
School at IJttl Hock. Ark., graduating
from the law department of the Vander
bllt University at Nashville, Tenli.. later.
exhausted condition In quagmire aad mud
up to his ncfc.
Tlie bov had left home in the morning
with a picnic party, and roaming through
tins wood had lost his way. In attempt
ing to cress :v bog ho sank In the soft
mass and was unable to extricate himself.
Had help ben an hour luter ths boy
would have probably been dead.
POLICEMAN KILLS MAD DOG
WITH BULLET AND CLUB.
Brale Kept Eatlre Fasslly at WmT,
I mil the Arrival of tlie Pa-
Policerr.nn John Coakley of the Central
District killed n cleg in the vard of Au
Kiist Maurer. at No. 317 North Spring
avenue. Friday afternoon, after the animal
. - I .......t. ..Il.meil tt l he
ll. 1(1 .nil-" i.i..i v... ..... .... .
llevcd that the dog was mad.
The policeman was on hi way to Ma
home at No. K5I Dodbr street. He had
just left the car nnd. seeing the crowd or
excited men. women and children, tnvestl-
" lie found trit Msurer. hi. wife snd
children had loiked themselves in the
houte anil the dog was liarklng at the door,
ttylng to reach them. A crowd from thu
incriran League Itesehall Par;k had been
uttracieU bv the shoat.t of the women
Policeman Coaklej eie of the tst shots
in th". department. Bred at the doe and
lTOugM the htute to the ground. He fin
ished the work wlthji club.
SAVED FOUR FROM DROWNING,
Yoiinj' People I'pset in Lake Owe
Lives to KxH.-rt Boatman.
Millvllle. N J . July "The quirk action
or William Hankins saved four Vlneland
Minns i'nple from drowning In Cnlon
i-ke JIIse ileitnide Ciff.ird and Jen
n'e Hutten and Ravmnnd Thompson ein-t
Jcei h I'ur rn mbers of the .Mask and
Wig "Iub. were sailing In s klff when a
Mltiall struck the nll and overturned the
boat In tw!ve feet of water. All irlerl
for help and In Id fst to the bottom e.f the
boat, while Hankins who saw th acci
dent, rowed out to them and pulled them
inlo hi boit The young women were al
ir.iisl exhaustel when he rearhed rhem.
trliele nt Inrnrporatlaa.
.e-Volgr.e Mercantile and I'remium
f r.ir.ranv. A I- D- volcne, three shares;
Joseph "' Sll'.ler snd siie Simpson, ten
rhaie each. Hasten; Tcr ll.oek. 475
share; John K t'onner. two shares: tn
buy -vnl ll mercliandlsy; tlrst meeting
July 27. 1j3. ". a. m . at rg Colonial 8e.
.iirlty building. Capital stock, full paid.
A SUDDEN TWINGE
Of piln ! penerallv tho first warning
of an attack of rheumatism. It feels'
. If the. disease were in the bones
muscles, but the real causa ot
found in I m para
blood. In order t
the hload must b
which are the
cause of the h
Discnverjr has been
very successful la
the cure of rbenma
tim, becaue It en
tirely cleanses tbn
blood from th
poisonous uric acM
which Is the caaaa
of the disease,
cured me of tbeuma
tlstn after I bad tried
a dozen remedies
without relief snd
alo goo- vTest In esrch of besltb." wrttse
Hsrry KItter.of Na IC Cth Street. Denver.
Colo. Only those who have suffered from
this dread malady know the pahs and atlstrr
I endured for over are year. Whsswesrtfca
weather wa damp or cold my troubles were
Increased and ray Joints would be so itlaT aa .
sure that I wa hardly able to uove about.
aad often unable to dress rsjr I used a
number of highly recommended atedhlgsil
r.nt ther ha.1 no effect whatever on i
on ass. aaa
I came to oior nnpina- w rrsawi mr
health, but failed to obtain the relief I had
hopeo for. A gentleman 1n the bouse where
1 Used advised n to ue Ir. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery, and In four avoath and a
half after I began using it I was a well Bias,
and havs had no touch cf It for the past
e3 raontbfc- ......
eL. l inl foe SfihstltntlAn M tl
, permit the dealer to make tha llttla mora
j profit paid bv the sale of less sscrltoilous
mdlclne. He gms; jau loan. There
fore accept no substitute for aGoitfea
These tiny, sugar-coated aatf
billons grannies regulate anf
IcTlgnrate Mo-aach. User and
Rowels. Do not baaet tbeatll
kiWt" but cure crmtlDatlOB. Oae or two
each day for a latstlse and regulator, three
or four for an active cathartic. Ones
alwajs m rarer, rat an in vmmj
ea ' a s.m.
V- tt fifitr5r-