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'Ardmore, Wednesday, January 17.
THE DAruV ArDMOREITE. SEVEN : THE WORLD OF INDUSTRY. Review of Week's Work Where Work men and Artisans Hold Sway. Mali carriers In English cities get about $400 a year. Waitresses In San Francisco, Cal., have .decided to form a union of their own. Hungary has 52,140 trade unionists In a population of 15,500,000, or ono to 3fi0. Plans nro on foot for a now lnbor templo nml worUlngmon's club build ing In Minneapolis, Minn. Chicago, Ills.. Painters' Union has 'demanded an Increase of 5 cents an hour, to take effect on March 1. There wore 1157 strikes during the year ending October 31 in Unions nf minted with tho Amorlcnn Federation of tabor. United Oarinent Cutters of America has been successful In establishing nnothor locnl union of this organiza tion in Montreal, Canada. The Amalgamated Society of Car penters nnd Joiners of tho United Kingdom' had a membership at tho lMjglnning of tho year of 71,085; it Is iv f.9.426. Tho latest union to Join tho labor ranks In Los Angeles, Cal Is tho bootblacks. It is said that In n short tlmo all bootblacks In tho city will be members. Tho International Urotlierhootl of Teamsters has. organize 1 locr.ls of truck, brick, sand, and coal teamsters In Pittsburg, Pa . with a combined membership of COO. Organized lnbor In Seattle, Wash., through Its Central tabor Council hns Kono unequivocally on record In favor of the municipal ownership of tho street railways. Under tho auspices of the Actors' National Protective) Union, a union of grand opera chorus singers, including both men and women, has been form ved m isew otk. fi New York City Engraving companic Including tho Arms that make ban- notes, hnvo launched a movo to c ; tabllsh the open shop in that branch of tho'prlnting Industry. Organized labor has been officially notified that the boycott on tho prod' nets of tho Northwestern browerles hns been raised by the International TTnltml ninu-nrr AVnrkninn jof America. Tho worklngmen's .Municipal uwn ershlp Association 6f Now York City, has been incorporated for tho propa gation of the ideas and purposes of municipal ownership nnd the operation of public utilities. Tho IntcrborouKh Rapid Transit Comnany. which operates (he subway and elevntecl railroads of New York City, has announced an increase in the pay of employes, taking effect from Jnnuary 1. ' Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Woikmen of North America hnvo won tho first prize In a competl tlvo contest for unions of tho world, rheld by the Liege International Expo sition. In Belgium. Tho total yearly earnings of union printers aro about ,$40,000,000, and hook and Job printers recoivo more than half this amount. The total mem bership of the International Typo graphical Union is 48,000. It Is said that the noard of Pen- slons appointed to organize a pension I bureau for ibo New York Central has 'IfiMecldcd that employes who have .... in i. f reached tno age oi m yum it retired by compulsion. Sixty-eight per cent of the 700 strikes In dent Brltnln last year wore successful. Theso strikes cost $5,000, 000 nnd gained for tho workers In higher wagoi $120,000,000 and 11,000, 000 hours shortor tlmo. Owing to tho expense of holding an nual gatherings, there has boon somo nsltntlon In the Intornatloniil Hod Carriers' and Building Laborers' Union of Amorlca ovor the question of biennial conventions in the future, 'ivmina Unions of South Africa hnvo )nt last taken up the fight ngnlnst Chi- ose labor In tho mlnos. The Miners Fodoratlon of the Transvnal has taken tho lend In tho fight against further Importation of Chinese laborers. Tim United MIno Workors now 'i stand 100,000 ahead of any lnbor body In tho country In point of membership nnd tb ornilatlon Is tho Inrgest in tho woild. The next body in order of membership in this country Is tho United Brothorhood of Carpenters anil Joiners. Tho Methodist ministers of Indian apolis, Ind., aro discussing fho propo sition of sending a fraternal dologate to tho Contral Labor Union of that city. Tho Presbyterlnns have soveral fraternal delegates In attendance on tho central lnbor bodies of soveral Eastern cities. nurlnc tho last year tho San Fran- r. . . 1 1 .1 1 rnHnjnn nnimnll SXISCO. Uul. JU11UIUK ilimto vmnikii as gained C.OOO membt'rs. Almeda coming second with an Increased membership of H75. Los Angeles mndo a gain of 1,100, Santa Clara 310; San Joaquin 100; Sacramento 140, and Potaluma 40 members. Don't bo Imposed upon by taking substitutes offered for Foloy'o Honey and Tar. City Drug Store. The soda cracker is an ideal food. Uneeda Biscuit are the ideal soda crackers. Indeed, the - Tll'm mi il soda crackers rightly made in the first place, rightly protected first, last and all the time. 5 0 In a moisture NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY (Ad A THROUGH From Fort Worth, Dallas, Waco and Intermedi ates to St. Louis. Memphis and Other Points EXCELLENT CONNECTIONS TO ALL POINTS NORTH AND EAST Convenient Schedules, Up-to-Date Equipment Courteous Treatment Call on any Cotton Bolt agent lor lull information re garding your trip, or address D. M. MORGAN. Traveling Passenger Agent, Kt. Worth. Texas. JOHN F. LEHANE. Gen. Freight and Pass. Agent. Tyler, Texas. The Ardraoreite for the News THE POLYROUTE CALIFORNIA There is more than one Rock Island way to the land of fruits and flowers. You may take choice Very Low Rates, Feb. 15 to Apr. 7th Ask your nearest ticket agent about them and complete your plans now. During the same pe rfod reductions will be made to points on the North Pacific Coast also. eading Hardware OF BERWYN SUGGS Just Received a Gartioad of BRIDGE AND BEACH STOVES Wo also have tho most complete Grocery stock In the country. "Our Leader" is the beat Flour mndo. It is guaranteed. Wo buy all kinds of Country Produce. The Ardmoreite Prints All the dust tight. proof package. GAR ROUTE GUS HOOVER. Traveling Passenger Agent. Waco. Texas. R. C. FYFE, Asst. Gen. Frt. & Pass. Agent. Tyler, Texas. GEO. H. LEE, -gSEBf J- S. McNALLY, Gen. Pass.. act. Div. Pass, fljjt. Little RocK, ArH. OKInhoma City House & BRO. NEWS All the Time LOCAL UNI0N3. j. 4. .. .j. .J. .;. .j. .5. .j. 4. .j. .j. .;. .. TUB ARDMORE TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION, No. C10. Meets first Snu day In each month at 3 p. m. at Union Hall. J. W. Oolledge, presi dent, I R. Mnrslon, Jr. Secretary. It ETA I h CLERKS I. P. UNION, No. C3G Meets second Monday night In each month. 0. C. Sain, presi dent; L. S. Sliclkowltz, secretary. HARIJERS' JOURNEYMEN INTER NATIONAL UNION Meets first and third Monday nights In each month. Jim Wllldns, president; El mer Wright, secrotnry. INTERN ATIONAIj nUOTIIEHIIOOD ..OF ELECTRICAL WORKERS Meets second and fourth Friday nights of each month. E. M. Parker, presldont; A. A. Hotcomb, secre tary. PTUCKLAYEHS'. MASONS' AND PLASTERERS' INTERNATION ! UNION No. St. Moots every Satur day night. J. H. Dixon, president; A. I). Drown, secretary. TEAMSTERS' UNION, No. B83 J. 11. DeArmond, president; O. W. Young, secretary. CARPENTERS' AND JOINERS' OF AMERICA, No. 102S Meets every Thursday night, 7:30, at Union Hnli. Tv. H. Keener, president. Seven I)u In n Venr. At the cxninluatlnn of pupils In n primary school the Inspector put quel thins at minium to the m holms Among the latter was a towhoiuled 1ml who on bcmi; ivu how many days then- aro in a year itiiswrriil, "Sevi-n." Wl:c:i ;!. tittering of t!a rest of th" class sub- M1-I the iupi'i tor roimirkfd "I Miirt a year, nut a uvclt No", try again How many days at" tlir in a yearV" Thf mil iipiM-;iiil uiuplu-(H and vex tl for a moment, then t-Jarillntcd' 'Momlny. 'lui-siy. Wtsliu'Mlny. Tlmrs day rr.dny Saturday. Sunday; Just sown If !!i"M-V tiilii'i-s I ni'ver bcanl of 'cin "-l.n:,!-in Mall. ' .Irlrail Ocifl rl . It 1 p. A Mrxlrnn girl Is i-nurUnl by j; unique proi iws. Her wmihl ! . i-r walks up r'i'd down the siii-.-t oi. the opH)lti' ' ' "lan-s !.t r win dow by l. ', : . I1' appe.u-anci' Is agreeable -In-up,. i .: i! the window nfter a few days of this performance. When the a' ua'.iitance develops be to introduced to her papa, and after the necessary marriage arrangements have been made Ik- Is introduced to her Th" preliminary tramping and stnrii.i; nr culled "doing the bear. flftFllll. Ooethe was pronounced "the hnnd somest man of Kurnpe." He was a lit tie over six feet In height, but so well proportioned that be did not seem tail His features were of the Roman type Ms hair rather light than dark, his whole appearance commanding Ev'"5 to extr"iii" old age he retained u l.irg" sIi:iiq of the personal good looks that "arller In life hud made him so at tractive Wiimrn Mint Weep. "You look discouraged." "I am." answered the newly mnrrled mnn. "I have done nil In my power to make my wife happy Hhe can't find anything at home to cry about, so she goes downtown nnd weeps over the heroine at the matinee." Washington Stnr. Even the Hon has to defend himself against tiles, florinnn Proverb. The Grip. "Before wo can sympathize with others wo must havo suffered our selves.'' No ono can realize the suffer ing nttendnnt upon an nttack of grip, unless ho has had somo actual experi ence. Tlicro Is probably no disease that causes so much physical and mental ngony, or which so successful ly defies medical aid. All danger from grip, however, mny bo avoided by tne prompt uso of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Among tho tons of thousands who have used tills romody, not ono caso has evor been reported that has resulted In pnoumonla or that has not rnonvnred llVir snln 1V F. .1. HaillSOV. W. B. Framo, Ardmoro Drug Co., Bon ner & Bonner. V man inn yb able to take care of himself, but ho Isn't apt to realize It until In acquires a wife. "I am From Missouri, Show Me." Donlphnn, Mo., July 10, 1901. "You called on mo 7 years ago with Dr. MendenhnU's Chill Curo and told mo It was better than nny other. 1 nsked you to show mo. It has been shown and proven that moro pcoplo Btay with your Chill Tonic than nny other." C, H. Martin, druggist. Sold by City Drug Store. Almost every womnn complains thpt her husband's family "eat funny.' Ono night 1b all the tlmo necessary to prove that PInculea Is tho best rem edy In tho world for bnckacho and all kidney and bladder troubleo. It you havo rheumatism or any other blood disease a slnglo dose will give, relict Sold by City Drug Storo. A man isn't necessarily deaf bo cause ho doesn't hear tho voice of con science. Everything you eat will tasto good and do good, If you tako Ring's Dys pepsia Tablets. Sold by City Drug Storo. Dally Ardmorclto CO cts, per month. Secret Societies MASONIC. A. F. and A. M. ArJmoro loilfio No. XI A F. A. M, iicguiar moetinn on or before the full moon In each month at 7:80 o'clock. Masonic temple. A. EDDLEMAN, W .M. o. n. nuucE, sec. n. a. m. Ardmore chapter K. A M. No. 11. Regular meet ing second Tuesday night In each month at 7:30 o' clock. Masonic tsmple. O. II. DRUCE. H. P. S h. OA'., Secretary COUNCIL R. & S. M. Ardmoro Council of R. & S. M., u. d. stated assembly Aral Thursday each month at 7:30 p. m., Masonic Temple. ROUT. II. HENRY, T. I. it. O. II. BRUCE, Rccordor. Knlphta Templar. Ardmore commandery Mo r. ,K T. meets Ornt Uonda; lu rverv month. A II. PALMER, E. U. O. II. DRUCE, Recorder. K. of Pi Mrrtlu !odgo No. 7, Knlghti of Pythlai meet In Castla Hull. every Thuriday ovcnlnB gf WILL SALISBURY, C. C. FRANK BERRYHILL, K. of R. &. S hT. W. A. Uects In regu lar session every Monday night In K. of P. hall. U. T. REXROA I V. C. O. W. BUTCHER, Clork. i. o. n. m. Washita trlba No. SS, Iranroved Ordor of Red- Imen meets In Odd Fol llowa' hall every Wednes day night at 7:20 o'clock J. F. HUN. Bachem. ODD FELLOWS. Ardmore lodge No. 9, I. O. O. F., meets avery Tuesday night at Odd Fellows hall at. 7:30 o.cleck. FRED HATNIE, N. O. I. R. MASON. Secretary. encampment. Indlanola Eacampment . 10 I. O. O. F. maots every Friday night at Odd Fel lows hall at 7:30 o'clock. W. W. TALIAFERRO. Chief Patriarch. D. T. NISBETT. Scribe. Ardmoro RwDfikaH IXMlso No. 20, I, O, O. P., meets ovcry Thursday night In I 0. O F. Hall. Llllio Lowenstoln, N. O., 1. R. Mason, Sec. camon. Canton, Ardmoro No. 4, Patrlarchi Militant. I. O. O. P.. has regular meet ing on first and third Monday night In each month. WM. DEVENBY, Com. D. T. NISBETT, Clork. K. of T. anil. Ardmoro Aerie No. C87 P. O. E. Moots ovorj Wedn'dny nt 7:30 p. m. in T. C. BRIDGMAN. W. Sec. A. O. U. W. ,$)-4 , Ardmoro Lodge, No. 41, znoets rogular evry Aral mtlfSpi and third Wednesdnj -W&miJ ulghto at K. of P. hall "Jdi-wjy w. R. ROBERTS, M. A. LOWENSTEIN, Recorder. W Aramoro camp No. rlfe&v 33 Woodmen of tho VI.oOMj) World meets every "CS1- Friday night In the month, except tho tlhrd, in tho K. of P. halll. KO SANDL1N. C C. JEFF JONES, Clerk. Lady Maccabees. uouo oi me rrairic hive No. 1, Ladles ol thoMaccabeea meets on tho first Wednesday af ternoon in each month In the Odd Fellows hall MRS. SUSAN MASON. Lady Commander U. GOFP, Keepar ot Records. URS. E WOODMAN CIRCLE. Meets first Monday aftornoou at 3 o'clock and third Flrday night at 8 o'clock In ach month. MRS. A. E. CURTIS, Guard, MRS. T. II. STURGEON, Clerk. Now Is tho tlmo to get that now wagon. Got our prices and terms. BIVENS, CORHN & FRENSLEY. M Warning order. In tho United States Court In tho Indian Torrltory, Southorn District: Wm, U Ray, plaintiff, vs. Connlo E. Ray, dofendant, No. C500. Tho defendant, W. L. Ray, Is warn ed to appear In this court within thir ty days nnd nnswor tho complaint of tho plaintiff, Connlo B. Ray. WItnoss Uio Hon. Hosen Townsond, Judgo of said court, nnd tho seal Uioroof, this 11th day of January, 1906. (Seal) C. M. CAMPBELL, Clork. By W. S. CROCKETT, Deputy, Cruce, Cnico & Bloakmoro, Attorneys. Attornoy for non-resident, S. H. Butler. First published January 11, 100(5. HOLIDAY FXCURSION RATES. Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fo. Annual mooting Oldahomn Board of Agriculture Guthrie, O. T., Jan. ICth to 20th, Rate UM. W. A. DASHIELL, T. A. WARNING ORDER. In tho United Stntes Court In tho Indian Territory, Southorn District: Emma Allon, plnlntlff, vs. Nathan Allen, defendant. No. C485. Tho defendnnt, Nnthan Allen, Is warned to appear In this court In thir ty dnys and nnswer tho complaint of tho plaintiff, Emmn Allen. WItnoss tho Hon. Hosca Townsond, Judgo of said Court, and tho sonl thereof, this 29th day of Doccmbor, 1905. C. W. CAMPBELL, Clork. (Seal) By W. S. CROCKETT, Deputy. Pottorf & Walker, attorneys. Attornoy for non-resident, W. F. Biw mnn. First published Dec. 29, 1905. $(, $10 and $20 coupon books at this office. We Have Not Sold Out but arc in iliolumbar business greater than ovor. Our entire attention is now elevated to the lumber busi ness and wo can seivo you better than when our interests were divided. Get our prices on all Itinds building material East Side Lumber Co. FRALEY BROS., Managers. THE BEST SERVICE In Ottered tiy the LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD To the Cast and northeast A Tbrouub Sleeper Daily from Hot HFrlni;s to Loul&yillc and Cincinnati VIA MEMPHIS For full Information un to HatoH, Time TatilvN, etc. apply to your local uyent or nuM resit N. B. BAIRD Trnv, Pass. At., I Ittlo Rock Ark. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Tho Children's Favorito -OURE8 Coughs, Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough. Thlt rcraejrl' famom for lUcureaorer n lame irt ot the civlllrcd orM. It can alwan is deponitKl upon. It contain no opium or other harmful druir aud mar be Kit en confidently to baby ai to an adult Prlco 26 cts; Largo Slzo, 60 ots.