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THE TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 30, 1906.
We sell "The Clothing that
Rochester Famous," tailor ,1 by
I'voa. & Lemport and worn by gool
everywhere. Fall styles and pat
terns now on display, prices. . . .
Let Us Show Y. i
Sol j;iK n
l Sole Age,
For STETSON $5 and
$6 Shoa. RALSTON
HEALTH $4 Shoe and the FELLOW-
These lines represent the world's best shoe
shoe-miking an 1 dere your consideration. We
are showing them in the new fall shap and n
Pat. Colt, Kangaroo, Vici Kid, Gun Metal leathers
How About You Fall
Wo have them In AH That's New
The Newest Creations
of STYLES Fashioned by the
Most Exacting Manufacturers
in rni r
OF A WIT,!, KNOWN CAPI
TALIST Of HONOLULU
i l n il' I In lir ocr :M,ll):l,dl)(l.
In llic yur ol' i lit- death of his ti'iftiil
an I patron. Kalakaua, Ah Fong lie
K in In si'l liis house in i,-,t'r. He WHN
plrp.ll III-, In' s.'liil, n iiy II i-.it Id
Ins iliiHi.niiil l,,,i::i. in Cliina, and
i-hed I" h ni' his all ins in sni'h
-hapr Ilia;, I I, ail tlinig luiin :i In
li ' "ii I'll' journey limits u,,ii. g,,
ii- ii mil ii Ii I'i- w ili' mi ! I'.iin-
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An elegant shewing in G nrs' Fimihhin.s
inciud:Rg Shins, Un
derwear, Collars, New
NecRwear, Fancy Hos
iery, Night Rcbes
203 Main St.
Tulsa - - L T.
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THE AMERICANIZATION OF CUBA.
$169,500,000 INVESTED THERE
-Vrum the New i in k Sun.
u uu article in Ai))li'liui '
nl Ur. Atherton Browuell
y.uiej Mr. Aiiierton lirowiicll remains
thatuhe much u-cil phrase, "the Am
erieulnLzation el' Cuba," is more grand
iliKAetit thau truthful, for the reason
thud the life, customs and institutions
"tythe country have been but slightly
nflocted bv Aiiiericnii inflncnci. In
nuiuiercial sense, however, there is
rowing significance in the term.
It m estimated that no less tlriii
ir.l')9,M0,000 has been invested bv At
enoaiiH in Cubiin banks, rnilniails. el-
eetric lines, sugar, Pibieco, telograpl
an J telephone systems, fruit lainl'i
cattle, niinen, mortgages and city mill
unimproved real estate. Mr. Browuell
puts the In iitl holdings of Americans
at 4,:i07,00 acres. The three largest
itenw of investment, however, are su
lfur, tobacco and catllc, each abo'.t
.l 1,000,00!). Americans control elcc
tric transportalion and the telegraph
and telephone. Hut the combined lirit
ish nnd Cuban railroad Ik. ml issues
and capitalization aninuut to ,fS,!).ll,
0;jf) as compared with American hold
ings of fJ-l.lWU.OOt). It should be sail
that while the American tobacco trust
has more money invested in the pro
duction of tobacco and the inanufac
line uf cigars than the Cubans ai 1
Kuinpc.ni.- together, it is ii"t trie
lh.it the trust controls, as is popularly
upimscd, all (he best tobacco land
on the island. Nor does the so-calli'.l
-ug.ir triit dominate the sugar imlns
, rv. "Taking the island throughout
orable banking facilities, docs a bus
iness with Cuba which .nltlii ugh il
ci uld be improved by such painstak
ing methods as our European rivals
employ, is in it fair way to exclude
them from the field as serious com
petitors. "Cuba." says .Mr. lirowii
cll, "is the only country in the world
not tin integral part of the I'nited
States, where American trade an I
cuinri crce take precedence over those
of all otheis." Her buying power is
about irl'Jtl.UJII.OuO a yeai, and she
spends half of this in the 1'i.ite 1
Si lies. The people of Cuba, although
only l,70i),IJi)U in number, buy of the
I'nited Slates more than the half bil
lion people of China and Japan.
What the future has in store for
ts length," says Mr. Hrownell, "th"!
Xii'ericau inteie.st in the total prodiu". (!,;, xvill depend largely upon the
s about lilt per cent." 'behavior of her people in the present
In the culture of fruits the A' crisis, but whether their fate be indc-
'iidence qualified by I'latt's amend
ment or annexation to the I'nited
States;, the discovery of Cuba as a
land of promise by the American in-xc-tor
assures the development of hev
teeming resources under any form of
government, provided it is stable.
The investment of l.V.."i)0.(01 al
ready noted is but a beginning and j
the (i.000 American settlers are only j
nil advance guard. There are plans i
for pouring as many millions into Cu- j
ha. and the tide of emigration lias.
bet n setting more strongly toward the
Maud every day until the ouis rose
against the ins, and the problem of
settling the contention, or the inter
vening to restore order, was thrust
upon the I'nited Stales government.
, w ith the result that for a space the
"Americanization of Cuba" in the
capitalistic sense is held up.
cans are making rapid progress. Their
investment amounts to .fti.OOO.OOO,
which will soon be doubled, because
it has been discovered thai California,
witli a :t,i;i;) mile railroad haul to
the Atlantic coast, is at a great dis
advantage as a seller of citrus fruits
when compared with Cuba, which has
only to pay water tolls and a tariff
rale that is not oppressive.
When it comes to trade interests,
the I'nited States, thanks mainly to
the reciprocity treaty, but also to fa-
Savory Eggs on Toast
Consomme St. Julienne
Boiled Salmon Egg Sauce
Boiled "Fresh Beef Tongue Caper Sauce
Blanched Ox Heart a la Rothchilds
Baked Saddle of Veal -Currant Jelly
Stewed Chicken, Small Dumplings
Prime Bibs of Beef, au Jus
1906 Spring Lamb Mint Sauce
Cream Mashed Potatoes -Candied Yams
Harcot a la Anglase Wheat Muffins
Lobster Salad, Mayonaise
Newgatine Ice Cream
Sunday Sept. 30
New Terrorist Order.
Odessa, Sept. 28. All governors
and prefect have received from the
central prison administration at St.
Petersburg a circular informing them
of the foundation of a new and very
strong terrorist organization csecial
ly aiming at the deliverance of politi
cal prisoners. The circular admits
the osibility of attempts to enter
prisons by force.
After an Allotment.
Muskogee, I. T., Sept. 2!). Sheriff
O. W. Garrison of Oklahoma County,
Oklahoma, one of tho best known of
ficers and most prominent Demooraite
politicians of central Oklahoma, is in I
Muskogee today. It is understood
that Mr. Ciarrisnn is here to submit
evidence to the Dawes commission,
which wil establish his rights to an
allotment as a one-thirty-second blood
j Disease Pre-alent Now Hyomei Will
Cure It Quickly.
A great many people suffer more
with catarrh during the fall months
than at any other season of the year,
and changes in weather ecin to have
i bad effect upon the disease.
At the first warning of catarrh,
i ne should begin the use of llvomei.
Il cures i-atarih by thr simple and
nut in ul method of breathing medi
cated air into the nose, throat and
lungs, in this way killing the germs
of catarrhal poison, healing and sooth
ing the irrituted mucous membrane
and coining the blood with llie xoy
gen, thus driving all catarrhal germs
from the system.
If yon have any otf the ordinary
catarrh symptoms, such as offensive
breath, burning pains in the throat,
coughing, rnifing of mucous, difficul
ty to breathe, sneezing, hii-kins,
discharge from the nose, droppings in
the throat, coughing spasnut, etc., be
gin the use of Hyomei at once.
A complete Hyotrei outfit costs but
1.0!l, extra boliles .'ill--, mid Shackle
Drug Co. give their personal guaran
tee with every package that money
will he refunded unless it cures.
ruture Aerial navigation.
If there Is any connection bylweof
ballooning and aortal navigation It U
remote. Tho airship of tho future
probably will not have even a speak
ing acquaintance, with the clumsy gas
bag that now 1b a necessary part o(
(be apparatus by the aid of which
aeronauts rise from th" earth and ac
complish brief (lights. Some day scien
tist will conquor the real theory of
flight. Much progress has been made
In that direction already through
study of the mechanical principle op
erated by birds. - Once those princi
ples are discovered and the problem
of their application is solved, mas
will build himself a actual airship
having a commercial value. Then the
question of the weight to be raised
will be relative only and the airship
will be as Independent of air currants
as the sea going ship now. Columbus
Like Are, disease, if token in time.
can lie easily managed, t Jsteopattw
siotiM be n,. loved at i.ilce, as it ic
'roves the CAI'SR (if dis.ear. Theif
I'leak is hnvire frewt miecss with hi
tn-itnunf. Office in resiednce, 31
I.lwood Ave., Phone TiC't.
for 25 cents.
Hct 'neal it the city
The farmer had already purchases
a number of shares in an oil well,
a lightning rod and a quantity of
Rut the man with the gold brick
was not cast down.
"The old guy Is the picture of de
spair," quoth he to himself; "but,
like many another picture, h wiil
stand retouching, by a real artist. I
viie Is tho Wife f Rear Admiral
Whiting - Romantic History of
II lulu, Sept. 2: News has hei u
eceived here that All Kong, tho will
Uiown Chinese caiulnlist, foruicilv of
lawail, ,ie. I II) 1 on
O ' I as in IM.1H tli.it a
wilh Chinese immigiaiils,
llieiii coolies, sailed into tin
i uu u i ii and iliseliaiged
argo. .Viioiig I lie muni
i voiing man whose bearing and hi
ll lelligi lice of speech and countenance
single. I him out frmii among the com
iiioii plantation coolies, who were hi-,
ompanioiis o fthe voyage. Wing Ah
l-oug he culled himself. He did not
go to the plantations with the import
ed laborer, but stayed in Honolulu.
He had brought some capital with
him, and he went into business. There
was a considerable and a growkug
Chinese population in the Hawaiian
i.-lands, and Chinese merchants did a
good business in siip;iiug their coun
trymen wilh articles of luxury and
use of Chinese character.
It was not long before Ah Kong was
one of the leading Chinese uiei chants
at the Hawaiian capital. A few yens
more and he .was the foremo'.t fir
nese merchant there. HLs wealth in
creased rapidly and his investments i
returned a profit many fold. He I
bought sugar plantations and exlunded !
his business operations in every dircc-j
tioli. He had been ill Honolulu ill ire'
years, and was prosperous, bill not
of great wealth us yet, when he fell
Years before there had appeared in
Hawaii a sailor, half Portugese and
half Kliglish, who had left his ship
and chosen tho splendid islands
the sun as a place in which to make
There was mystery, of course, about
the sailor who had taken his chest
ashore, "for a full due," and set up
in business in Honolulu. On his fath
er's side he was said to belong to a
weaithy Knglish family, and i n his
mother's side it was said he inherited
oiihle blood. The sailor married a
Hawaiian woman, and his business
prospered. He was thrifty, like Ah
Kong, but he had not yet made a
great fortune; and he put his only
daughter out to .emec in one of the
families of the "missionary set."
H!ie grew to be a young womn of
yiiat beauty and more than ordinary
Inheriting from her mixed ancestry
all the most charming physical attri
butes of each race, and developing an
intellect and charm of manner which
added to her altratcions of person,
she became a companion rather than
a servant in the family where she
was employed, and she was educated
almost as a daughter of the house,
her father, the Anglo-Portugese sailor,
and when Ah Kong asked him for the
hand of his beautiful daughter he
held a long conversation with the
Chinese merchant, at the close of
which he gave his con-ent to the mar
riage a marriage to which the young
woman was anything but averse.
Not long after the marriage a rela
tive of the bride's father died in Eng
land nnd left him a considerable for
tune; so much in fact that he needeil
no longer to struggle iu business, but
ended liis life of strange adventures
and varied fortunes in peace and
plenty. His daughter, Mrs. Ah Kong,
inherited his wealth, and wilh it her
lin-band was able to increase largely
iu business and embark o nnew ven
tures. Wealth and children increased
and multiplied iu the Ah Kong house
hold until the merchant was the fath
er of thirteen girls and one hoy and a
master of millions of dollars.
It was in the davs of the reign of
King Kalakaua- the early and palmy
davs of his reign, when the little
kingdom joined its monarch in a wild
debauch that Ah Kong saw his mil
lions roll up most rapidly. It was in
1874 that I.unalilo, the last of the di
rect line of Kamchamcha the flreat.
joined his ancestors in the realm of
the shades, and King Kalakaua was
elected to fill the vacant throne. I'poli
the ascension of Kalakaua began the
revel of the South Seas, the great
Hawaiian spree. The importaitno of
Chinese coolies was a gold mine, the
importaitno of opium a mine of sil-
a eg mi
liy w a v ot a In
d w il I, !ns dam
I K"n- .id
r hu-diiud as far
d then, bidding the
m er the ( 'liniese t
V with the inlentii
!, a 1 1 i i
, l sS-
1 1 itm y, iislciM
I of ploCiedillL'
Can always he had if you will rent
thai span- room. A World Want Ad
will do the huHms for you. Try it.
A sine result, l'hone .Tili.
ns & Nclby, dentist
building, phone 'JK7.
Dentist, over (taker
KILLS CATARRHAL GERMS
Hyotuei'i Healing Air Reaches Every
Part of Nose, Throat and Lungs.
llvomei is Ihe only scientific and
Ihoroiich way to cure rutin ih. Stum
aeh dosing docs not ri aril (lie rat
arrhnl genes in the air passage aud
cannot possihh drive llieiu from the
v ii'iii. ly breathing air medical.!
with llwonoi the j'ertiis in the n.w.
thro'it an, I lungs ins' killed snd ill
'i 'nrs i f i ; 1 1 in lull poi mi are elTiKlll
llv .! ii in i ul.
So ' r i e.'i'le may think that Hyomei
- sji.., fur rutarih of tin- head and
I real, but : is eipi-i'lr effective in
m i i ti of the ston .aeh. liver or kid
ie. The raiiiri hiil genua are in the
iiueoiis membrane ami Hyomei riol
nly kills the germs in the air pasnaf-,
"s, hut enters the blood with the oxy
rn. thus killing the germs in the
Mood ami freeing Ihe whole aystem
llvomei is sold by the Shackle Drag
"o . under an ulwolule guarantee to
el'uiid Ihe iconey unless i cures. A
oii'idele outfit costs hut HM.00, extra
Li'-ri'iiif. Tin il'Is iu utiv,nr
"s. r ....... II tl.., .iiv fittlm fst
"m I- d in mii advertisement.
Tl,i Ml.,.l-li. Tlrm Co no! I nt ivf
ns ,ifoil "iii'n" "i ,nnr
unless ll.v l'd lierfect eonfldi,o, in
the value of llvomei.
Alt the Second-Hand Goods In Tulsa
Home Furniture Company
Successors to Clay Furniture Company
Corner West Second Street
and Boulder Avenue . . .
O KMat i a f m
I nere s worn tor you
All classes of labor may find steady employment
in San B'rancisco.
Top-not -h wages; higher than eastern scale. Pel feet Climate.
( onsMui tion work possible when it ceases eowhrre.
Invest $11.1.00 in a railroad ticket Tn.sa t'J puii.ia in Ol.l'u.oia.
On sale via San a Ke
Every day until Oct. 81, 1906, inclusive
showing rate of wage
free to those who
J. D. CAMPBELL,
Ag't Atchison, Topcka & Santa Fe.
No fee charged
Anth'iny p. wiixm.Aujr unless collec
tion is made. We make collec
tions in all parts of the United
413 KANSAS AVE.,
CICERO L. HOLLAND
C. O. D.
A Bit Fearful.
"How aball we treat our oiluks?
asked tbe theatrical manager. i
"Wall, for gracious sakea! . Don't
giva them flve-cent cigars!" replied
tie leaillt.g man
Farms wantd by Hater.
ver and rulnes. And botn ol llicso
mines were woiked to the full by the
oHiptrunist, Ah rung.
Ah I'niig built for himself and Ins
familv a Kpleiidid residence on the
outskirts of Honolulu, which soon be
came known for the lavish hospitality
disiensMl there. As the girls grew
up they were fent abroad for their ed
ucation, and as they became of a mar
riageable sire they married, nnd mar
ried well, one of them becoming the
wife of Wear Admiral Whiting.
In lS'll King Kalakaua died, and
hi sistT, l.illit-iknluui, reigned in bis
stead. The fortune of Ah Kong was
Prof. J. K. Hall of Kansas
City, Mo., will open a school
of Dancing Tuesday evening,
Sept. 25, iti the Friend &
Jones building. Classes
Tuesday and Friday evening.
Saturday afternoon for chil
dren. Ball Room and Fancy
No. 214 EAST THIRD
A Lesson in Health.
Healthy kidneys filter the impuri
ties from the blood, and unless they
do this good health is impossible. Fo
ley's Kidney Cure makes sound kid-
tie vs and will positively cure all fonns
of kidney nnd bladder disease. Il
strengthens the whole system.
Oetman Drug f
2 Dozen Kggs 35
1 pound Creamery Butter 25
.10 pounds Hcnns tl.00
2 2"c cans Millionaire Club
4 cans Cherries 'J5
1 pound Kcpioyah Soda 05
1 pound sun-dried Japan Ten.. 20
10 bars I'iiox Soap 25
1 package Corn Starch (Vi
2 pounds SejM'ial Cwffec 25
.Japanese Kice per lb W
18 lbs. granulated Sugar $1.00
"() lbs. Princess Flour 86
"(O lbs. Perfection Flour 3't
.)0 lbs. Main Line Flour 95
i pkgs. Hub-No-More 10
Hr.iu, Mill Hun, per sack 80
Hams, iier lb 1-1
Picnic Hams, cr lb Ii
Hulk Olives, per pint 20
Che(e, per lb 18
2 cans Plack Bird Corn 13
.'I can Blackberries 25
1 can (liKwcbernes .'. 10
Northern Potatoes, per bil W
Mome grown Potatoes, per bit. . 75
Apples, ier peck 30
We handle Blankes and Illeecker,
Semiona Coffees, price from 20 to 3oe
Siecial Kale on Canned (ioisls to
make room for the largest new line
of Canned floods ever brought to Tnl
sn by a retail house.
Always bear in mind that we have' '. .An objection to big city is rraoke.
a hundred chances to one to sell yotirlTo t prospectire big city, a good
property. For quick results, list
your real estate with us. Barrett &
Oaves, 213 First National Bank
Tell yonr wants to Haver.
smoke, found at tbe SMOKEHOUSE.
Imported and domestic cigars, rigar
cts and tobaccos. Mt-tf
If yon want to borrow money on
real estate sea Haver.