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THE T U L A DAILY WOULD. BATTIIDA Y, OCTOBKH '.' I , 1014
Til KKE B 1 hu NO ALUfcf in DrPRICE'S BAKING POWDER THE LLC. I a WHAT DEMOCRATS SPENT IN PRESENT MPAJCN K ll I.N All M M I I I I I II ) t VMI'VU.N n KU i .;.,so mi sli WASHINGTON, Oot II Itolla Vilis, treasurer of tin' Democratic, iiutiniiui committee, filed hi report tod)', showing the ' atupulgn ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -to hud reuelved 157,680 In contribu tion! to iiu present congressional ti in tui(c' and dm 110,111 unnponl ('. V.. Davis of Chicago hum tlu larg Mt iiidtv 1,1 uul contributor with l,0vo, The report cuvsr i lit- period ending October 21 and shows there were lii contributions, of which 819 amounts were under 1 ; each, made up Ml, Zilli. Bxpsnditures Included 11,760 to Representative Keely, candidate f"i the seosto in Kansas Tht Democratic congressional cent puian ooHUitlttee ulso filed III report, howlni II hail received N,l7t for the cmipslgn and had disbursed 1 -. 1 k . The iiniinil' t,i t i-1 1, 1 . -. 1 1 ,000 coptoe o tin president's letter Democratic iacadcr I'nderwood for the campaign and 1,000,000 copies of the president's letter In Chairman Dore mus uf tii- committee, in addition to KINGFISHER COLLEGE WON Mi 1I1.1I1-I b Itttfcatod Uklal la Boore "i it in 7. ;r'rii itlK. Ukla., Out I'.i (Spa Dial 1 in a oloee and hotly oonteated lame Kingfisher oollafe beat Method lei unlvetvlt) at i u 1 h ru u tc 7. Kingfisher acored first oy catching one nf Methodlata' passes for s touch down mi several pretty paaaaa and hut' plunges by Captain MoKsnsle. Kiiigtlshor's eeeond touchdown waa tlir result Of u bin, ki ll punt ami lino Plunges by Kurd unit Cherry, The McKenale brothers, Ralston, hover and Bhullens, played well for CI M IT, Oentry, Cord and Cherry played atoll for Kingfisher The Methodlata made a number of pretty paaaaa, while Kingfisher tailed on all but Paw of the Ira The same naa clean and free from any complaint, hundred! of thousi various speeches of ongTesa. Scores of reports on their oontfibutl Ih1k rm wire filed, iniiH repn nf copti son ta tit Mss-ona, itteuliuu. All Maaona, Including all visiting brothers, are eurnestjy reoueated to meet ni Masonic hull Sunday after noon, October II, t :i p, m., for the ' purpose of opening grand lodge and ! attending In body the lai Ing "f the cornerstone of the v. M, 6. A, build ing. Urand Master Freeman and Grand t,i Si n tni Anderson will be here tu conduct t he ceremony, Itnv N, MORRISON, Worshipful Master Tulsa 71. w. k 8TAHL, if I Worehlpful Master Delta In (Adv. 1 t OR XI II- HM I V IM. HI M ID III. N II UK Ml I 1 i I VIII a 14-pleos brass band furnished without remnueratlon and directed b) the Tulsa musicians union. In charge of Udward Uamble ami directed i Nowls Melor, will lend the louu proi cession from the Masonic templi tu the no v. M c a. building tumor row afternoon, startlitg al -1 o'olooh , sharp, special mualo fur the occa sion will in' rendered on the march ami Interspersed In lbs oeromon al the building. The Apulio ulub has consented in slug at the cornerstone I laying, a special wooden platform will bo I ereoted about the cornerstone in hu oocupled by the dignitaries who are tu lake the leading parts In the care many. Tim local Masons, who will in, second in the ime of march, win take theli stand on inn turn Door of th" building, which hag alread) boon oompleled, ami the rosl nf the partic ipants in the parade ami the spools-1 torn w ill occupy a place In front 1 f I the platform, where ibe coremoui will he Witnessed beat The anticipation of this oerei ly in creating more Intoreel than aii thmg nf the kimi in the clti for years, The new building 1,1 the first monu ment in the sucoaas of the v. M. C. a. ami oemmunity boys which has gone mi In the City fur a long time ami marks the progressiva spirit of the. town In that it is the first building of tins nature ever built in tbo state BRANCH LINE IS OPERATING I'AHI'l VIII Ol ft I Kit, t'laudo (Fes 1 sr, 1 11 1 loeratlo fJUUgl . 1 1, 1111 11, Oi l. .1I1 d tot PS nomio itli n by Thumpaoa, will kg taken care of hi getting the 1 ' ige attorns) hip. ir 1 He an ill ,1 - uK'iit nf the Oklahoma dele gation Is followed The follow ing specig from vVashi igton ieiu nf thie newest phas M'ashingtoB, jj 1' , Oct . :i Congressman Claude Weaver of Oklahoma City, (efi ited for re nomination, has been 1 ndm si d b) the entire Oklahoma congres slonal ib legaiiiui fur appolutment as 1 issue trlhn I at lorni I to suc ceed r A. sbiini, llepulilloan IS. HAYWORTH WILL BE BURIED HERE SATURDAY KiiMIM M Tl I N VMiM 1 .ftiii k:mi'i:iioai MlMiMNl. 1 1 1 1 i Alter a severe Illness I weeks Mrs Pet rj Huyw awaj yeaterday morning hospital w here she had operation in the hopi of irth at Be nrai passed 1 local undergone sn of obtaining if representatives us to their cam Many reported tin y received and spent nothing, Germans Attack All Along Line (Continued Pn I' line.) High-grade tailored suits and over- coata, ready to wear, lis to lis. I Lieverlng Tailors, 4 West Third street Adv. ARKANSAS IS "IT" AGAIN 1 an Dcapitu Dayllglil Haul, 1 ll Robber) M'as Ve-ti-lila. I'lllleil nn Important Oermahs back many prisoners munition Bui in driving the have captured s k u ns and ui defeated army, I posl 1 1 1 -1 her ccur- lit h- sllll except in fmiit annmi'd where k hy attai Uetnry ami besidi the when It nets bach to It selei t' tion, can entrench and start an ilege battle guch as that which 0 r.,.t i.n river Alslli- 111 FrallCC. S" w.nii of the Pillcu the Oermans hnlil the river Vistula of the fortress at h they were driven ba from that stronghold, tnttfta"" ire Rosy. The Austrian army, which Wai SO often described an routed and de stroyed in the battles nf Onlleta, bun sprung into life again and i attack ing the Uuasian left wing. The Aim trlans, however, apparently have found an impenetrable barrier at the river San. north of Jaroalau. The Oorman claim of victory over the Russians west of Aagustowo, Buwalkl following lighting reported by them resterday In the direction of Ossowets south "f Augustowo, shows that the Hernial.- are attempting an other advance from east Prussia Into the government of Grodno to the east of Buwalkl, doubtless with the object of compelling the Russians to rein- H. Ir aruii 111 that region. aii mis,, movements, however brouaht the h.ll.ini their glials, which until mi army Is ! the other comes ti" The admiralty port in which it Uerman cruiser IS Hrlllsh t'ANDBRVOORT, Ark. (let. ':3 -Two men held up the cashier In tbo Merchants hank tins afternoon, but obtained only $i,ri. The men thrust a revolver In the cashier's face and ordered him to open the safe However, he was go long us work with the combination that the robber's finally tnnk what money was in the till and ran outside in where a companion was holding their horses. They galloped off, firing many shuts tu intimidate pursuers OS they went. RAILROAD BUILDER IS DEAD General ISdward M'iiislo) head in New fork. ST I.OI1S, 1 let, 23 The death Of Qeneral Kdward K. Wtnalow al Can andaigua, N. v., tonight Is announced in sd vices reoeived by relatives In St. Louis, Qeneral Winalow was the builder of the k'andalia and several ni her railroads, former president of the St. Louis & San Kram-iseo (Frisco) railroad, and chief of cavalry nn the staff nf Qeneral Sherman druing the Civil war. oo Mv M Moid: lltool's. Kuiinlu 1,1 I'orext Tail, KmaJI's 1 ipiMialtlon. The Kuresl park line, a recent uil- diiiun to the Tulsa street railway track, is g very welcome extension, uiul the slht of the first ear which anerated over the extension Thursday evening at 0 o'clock was a glad sigh) to the people living in that pun ol town, fhe new line extends from the corner of Third and Madison to the corner Of Tenth and Quin y. The ti'r mlnus nf the line Is marked b) an electric star like the one which was formerly suspended nssur iho Wash ington school, The strenuous opposition construction of the line made A. Small uf the Oklahoma Traction company, on ibe grounds that it was undue competition in the O. 1 . t , baa not been continued since the track which Mr. Small's employes destroyed was rebuilt. The destruc tion of the track occurred on a tract of land belonging; to Mr. Small per sonally which had nut been con demned, but the difficulty has been nu t and I he line1 Is now 111 operation. ii TS 11 t i- to t i:i;y. relief Mrs Huih.uiIi m.,h the nhl as) daughter of Mr and .Mrs .1. v.. Croable, and besides her parents Is survived by four sisters, her husband ami 1 a a children The funeral will he held from her former rosldence, 1 r"i South Main Street, n.xt Sunday ..1 I 'clock Rev C W. Kerr will conduct II111 services. The burial will be mads here UO I ItNMI I Wi.ii'I Mli.u M'll I IN 1 II Mil I mploycH to the by A. Ml 1 I I .11 I .1,1,1, .. . I,, Strike. MBK1CO city. Oct, It, Tin, gov ernor of the federal district today stated that the government would Continue to operate the p:, 'petty of the Mexican IVamwaj compaffy, a Canadian corporation, until suoli time as a com mission nf experts could ih termtns whether the compiinj cun af ford the demands "( its nu n for s 100 per oent Increase In pa) and eh irtei hours, Phe men threaten to strike. During the Interim the men will be compelled to work under their old wage scale Anv refusal on their pan to operate the linn win be met by placing soldiers on thi cars, The conductors, engineers, brake man and mechanics of the Mi xlcan railways will presenl demands to the management or an lm reaai In pay and for a readjustment of worklns if in t limes Fault. MEXICO C1TV, Oct "3. Colonel Qonxalos Qaraa, personal reprcaenta tlvo of Qeneral Franclgco Villa, today declared that if Qeneral Carransa per sists In bis policy of Ignoring the ac tion of the convention ho would ba responsible for the "inevitable war to follow." ' 'Tin nventton Wag called to draft a platform mid form a provisional government," said Colonel Qarga, "it cannot act merely in an advisory ca pacity as demanded by Qeneral Car ransa." His statements wen made In reply to Qeneral Carranaa'a recent message to tin peace convention at Agues Cat - lentes, asking by what authority it as sumed national sovereignty, loI HT s MHDtllKtC MAkl K Methodist Conference teqults lllm of His hours Ihe roads b) the government ers at a dale to be mo ling 1 ictobag -7 has he,, n operating military measure. Considering Reinforcing ion lNrots in i ililnn. ll SHili- Kl ssl s tar Rewards Mil I In I .1 will i,e returned lo the stockhold f 1 v -. 1 in a board The government the roads as s ID I 1 ill V ir Rraveri mi Hi 1.1. I.i i.Mm i, Oct. 23 ill - Bmperor Nicholas has the 1 i; clei nf Saint Qeorgc, on Qrand 1 uiku Nicholas, c Russian ron foUl th class, :liil p. m.) conferred I bird class, immander n and !ap- tun d lantlc, have tits lm nearer cannot bo attainea estroyed nr one or ,,f th ntenoing lorcee exhausted in Ugh! further. tonight Issued a re was stated that the Karlsruhe had cap. atcami rs In the At- t 'liargoH. CHATTANOOQA, Tonn., Dot 23 inhn a Patten, chairman of the Methodist bunk ooncern, was eroner ated today by the Molston Methodist Episcopal c, inference on change "f lm ni,, ,i,.i,,.rii.,..iit puiiinir a man percentage nr aicomi md iHvatlnn w. re In a proprietary medlclrie he manu- Rcfjels i'orm New tinvcrnment. CAPE HAVT1EN, Oct. 23. Ores tes ISamor, president' of Haytl, de feated bs the rebels, has withdrawn ts Qonalyes, ac 'dins to the latest Information reaehlmi this city. This city Is quiet. Marines from the American cruiser Taenia arc In con trol of the local situation. The rebels ac forming s new government un der the presidency nf Qeneral Ravll mnr Theodor, who last July was re ported kiihd In battle, A rebel detachment Is marching on the capital, WASH IN i IT' IN, Oct. 23. Thf probability of Increasing American forces in China along the railway from Peking to the sea, because of the withdrawal of trnups of nations engaged in the European cnnfli, t. is heim; , onaidered Th,. railway ruarded bv troous of the United factui states. Qreat Britain, Japan, tier many, Auatiia, Kussia and Belgium Many of these have been ordered o it since t he wn r began. The general opinion here is thai the 06 American soldiers now in Chins will be sufficient. d. The VI i al Jniiriial nf hlcago litnunht the chnriies. I'rauil- I uient advertising also was alleged In Its report today the conference declared none nf the charges was i substantial! d. Suit fur 1000,000 dam I ages brought hy Mr. Patten against J the Medical Journal now is pending. in-chief nf th, the same unlet tain Martlnoff Captain Martlnoff, though wound ed, remained I'm three days nn an unprotei ted observstlon post, egposed tn shell anil shrapnel fire, directing tin artillery fire, When a shell started a fire close tn a powder magazine, he led Ihe pally which extinguished the flames. Mai Honor Belgian Author. PARIS, oct. 23. (1:18 p. m i -Maurice Maeterlinck, tin Belgian author, may be elected tn the French academy by acclamation, tn succeed tile late Jules Clare tie, Tbi' on minis nf the academ) are considering such action as re ngnltlon nf tin- present idose relations between France and Belgium, if M. Maeterlinck Is elected it will he the first lime n foreigner has become a member uf the French academy, I'liiialu I onr-Kound Draw. SAN PRANVISCO, oct. 23. Ex- ilght Champion Willie Ritchie Francisco and Johnny I lundt e a four-rOUttd draw here In- SATURDAY SPECIALS SPECIALS FROM 8:30 TO 30 ,oii artj Kuitulilc iarli 'Jo, s uf UT-iiii'li Kiblcno Kuititins; tn Por rliiltlii'ii's school dresses and : siiivial Katurdm for uiic 1 o 01 r ffroiuids, v it ladies' lioiist . ii lioimM i I rs.sfs ; I'l l' ;wt In nolor lie All Day Specials All Day Spec ials SK l KUM)U ."in liit'ii i'v: lartre Tow els; our regular 3 Katiirilav, iill dav, ;iinl ueavy II.t: i ;ilh sMkcial 25c 0 Udies' 'is, with ounces; i a Nature! Silk I n Roman ejfularly ;i . erskirts In ttripes, uie I iieees I'op rail dav in inel COlol'S oli ; let'ial Natui't Slllv illlll WlU'l f.'n'i a re iru lar i " a e 98c ."ill iii I'I'lll s ulils ami ends lines, Taffetas lines; regular special Naturtla) uer ard aim inch ruuuiru rfl and aiii a I ii I a I i n'liio's in Messa-Uenga-values; 59c Kl UKIK uiessaliii mailt' in lariv urday, a ( )llr mill Skirts; nil nf extra good va -I s' Silk i' ami lli t. U and II .lay. lot 1. 1' I iiuerskiits ji'lscv ; all ri i ilil'lVn iit -t special Sat (fhoiee ;ilioiit .i it'iti are. Ji'l'SI'V -saliiio i l l tpeeiai an $2.98 in i i i. olors, ami lea; rej?u- nt ue I or Hims style ().')() ut to Special in Shoe Department Saiui'tiin W( pair U. ('lull paj i' ' one r ren 25e rive s siincs aw a at lm one wit Ii eaeli ij1.5U and k Batehel We W liew dueed All All Ml All .50; special Sat urdaj . to ho out, our ehoiee II II I M m .. y sell sneeial haturaa all ol our $1.00 Kail Skirts at tin ier, iii $8.51 1 uo.oo U2.50 - 5.l ii i itlloWUR rc I all lull I H .allies' I .allies' I M'esfi I ll'eS I M'ess I fress I I l'l s Skins $5.00 Skirts $6.75 Skirt- $ 7.50 Skirt - $10.00 Skirls $11.50 AFTER SUPPER SPECIALS FIRST P1XX)U SK o HTXK)R loo dozen l8x!W llm-k Towels, 10 dozen Ladies' $1.50 Shin Waists, after supper, jjer dozen S!r after supper $1.15 ,"i dozen 3tix42 f'illow-slips, Three dozen Ladies' $2.50 to I(i5 Shirt after supper, per dozen ... $1.15 Waists, alter supper $1.?S L!," I'atent heather Helta, Five dozen Ladies' Brassiere, 35e in after supper, each 2i)c $ values, after supper 129c Kvery I K'paH uient Been liefres Wild New Arrival Each Art iele I 'urehased - luaranteed to He Satisfaetorv. TURLEY WANTS A DEPOT I lie "1II nut , I'KI.AII'iMA t" in I . i A number canity ti'ill CO tin Mlilliiml Xiinin ill.-,. I TV, i 't Ti. ifipe- f citizens of Tulsa tuda) petitioned the oorpora nillltastoii tn require I lie Mlil- i. mil Vallej railroad to establish sta tion facilities and an aaent al Turley, I The petition states that about thirty tidrsona arrive ami depart front Tur ley dally, ami m addition a consider able aiuounl of frebjht ih unloaded I there for buainasa men in Hie town, it is all mplalned thai there in no nelttv for passengcri arfeo arc wait Iiik for trains. Bad Headaches Now AvoidabSe Tt is mil necessary new in let iifad achs wear Itself nut. ITou cm avoid II. lust Hlep In any food drug s'nre uiul Hsk ui tiio fountain for iiicUh' Capudlna, which is so successful! in relieving headache because it Kd t tiie cause, whether from oold, iieut piipp ,r nervousness, it is liquid and pleasant tn take. Don't ever suffer front headache when thli remedy tops It hi caMily. Have the diiiK- ?iHt wrap up n tiiitiio fur you to take home 10c, ISO und LO,: sizes. Ughta i if San fought niKht. -l. nl I nun .Inhn 11 WASHINOTON, ocl l'l!. Th" American Institute of Criminal l.au j and Criminology, al iti closing sas Hlon today decided in apply tn the Rockefi Her foundation tor 11,000 ' with which i" continue the study nfl the question of sterilisation nf persona in, fit for parenthood. HOW THE BELGIANS MADE A BRAVE STAND NEAR THE CITY OF ANTWERP PH) isloN-. I oit THE I III I II l l llllpi'i'laiii i ni Kocplng Nourished, KM l Rod) Well In tlmi of war. i he greatest effort Ih always made toward cutting oil the oti in 'm nasi nf euppllea. I' in the well-nourished people who liuht tho trongesl and live Hie lmiKest and con tribute most tn human pugresa. is st acn noing us muy u ert f""d into good lilnnil an, I Hu ll r Clill due ? I ir Plerce'i cry hus been so Ii it-li l uf lllillk of former sun health nf today or. ami t.-stlni olden Medlt al Dlscov iui cessf ui in its treat itlon, that thousands rers OWS their Knnd t,, ,'- wnnileriiil I'uw- nlula pruve 11 It arouses Die little muscular norm Into activity and causes me ganrra juleps tn thoroughly mix with the food you oit. ulniply i" ause it luppllai the stomach alth pure, rich blood, it's weak, impure bli ".I that causes Btom- Mh weakness. Oel e i blood thruiiKh the use "f Or. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, and yoU will have no nmre Indigent loii. . , , . it is the ni Id's proved blood puri fier It's nol a si. ut remedy fi r it Ingredients are printed the "rap Mr .Start tn take it '-'lay and I'cfnre another dav h u !'''- Imluirl tles of the Wood will begttl I" ll IVS your body through th" hot. kidneys, bowels und skin, and in n few days you will knew b) your itesdler nerves, flriner step, keener mind, brighter eyes and clearer akin that the bad blood In passing out. and new. rich, pure blood Is inline your veins and nrter les. The same good bloOd Will causa pimples, acne seem nnd all sl;ln eruptions to dry up an-1 disappear, tir Plerce'i ot,icn Medical iiiscov- rry Is Hie helnful remedy that nearly everyone needs H PontaUll no nlco hol or narcotics of sny kind It olennses Hi- blood, and everv organ through which the blood BoWI is hen cflted liel II tuda In ll'iuld or tab let form - Adv. WMMA 'Mk. KICK ON GINNING PRICES ProtPats I 'linn l aroicrs Pour l" To onuniHHion. OKLAHOMA C1TV, Dot It. -(gpcclal) Complaints against oharges fur KiniiiiiK cotton and prices uf cot" tun seed are booomlog mure general throughout the slate every day, If ihe numerous petitions thai arc being received hy the corporation commis sion are uny criterion, Those com inn referrod tn i 'om Watson, who is malt Invostlgatioa nf the ami holding heart nas t In plaints are all h missloner A. I'. Ink u personal cotton sit nail, ,11 on various complaints. a inw complaint was o i , i a lorn; list todsy when a number nf cltlaena uf Olustee aliened in a peti tion tu the commission that the Chlck aaha oil Mill company and it K Tin aly Charge 16 I-l cents per hundred poundi uf seed cotton and 1.25 fur bagging ami iica for tiniiitiK cotton, although they have been requested by patron of the win to perform the er vlcs for ,''0 ce.its per hundred iiounds lint cotton iiiiii tl fur bagging ami ties. Tin Kins have refused to pui iin latter pi ice in force. This price was l en d by the corporation commission to be a reasonable charge in connection with eases in Lincoln county and i'i price was fixed at that figure. Tho gins appealed tu tin supreme court, however, and th" authority of the commission to fix ihe pries i still in qut stlon. Eczema Remedy Ws r- (, flea asked lo MetSUBSBl reuifirty (nr skin tiouhle Wn havo at I'UfBU Hit exi'liuive agency for Eczema Remedy which we hliihly rSoaSMBSBd and -ell on a positive Kuariiitee This liquid pre paration coi.i. ..ins innr.Mi , ' ' j ., ruuld not he eiiijilcyed in ealve form, and these have the most valuable healing iiiopertiee. These advantage of Merit"! E'-zema Remedy nvei all other skin remedies u ra of epecial value in tht treatment of this distressing and .-,11101)0111 disease. IT. 1 , M)c and 11.00. Weaver Drucj Co. Exclusive Metitol Ageliry. M.I ll 1. A It I I I It III i VV ,i - In i, i.n,, I lm BTSVCT) no I 1, lit of Battle. sTii.i.u ati : it, okla., Oct .'! Captain William p. Hogarty, TI. Union veteran of the civil war, Wldcl) known in the Missouri Valley, died hen- today, Congress awarded Captain Hogarty a medal because he stood on Htu battlefield nr Kiederlcksl'iiiK uhla n- 1 11 k the range fur his battery, after a cannon shut had shattered bis left arm. Mi'Dougal tJovrrnor Kiiwrvr Itanlt fllll'AHo, net If, W II Md- Dougal, hank examiner fm the Chi cago Clearing Ho us bn lation, was elected governor of the Chicago dis tinct federal reserve bank. Tim directors did nol decide upon th governor's sslary, but it is un-i derstuod It probably will ha $30,000 u year, K Delicate i 1 Girls and Women ore too often dosed with drugs when their blood is really starved. They need that blood strength which comes from medicinal nourishment. No drugs can make blood. SHUTS EMULSION la a highly rnnrcntratt'd Mood-food nnd every drop yields ret urns in sir engt helling both body nnd brain. If U'U arc delicate or Scott ' EmuUton for one month. i-turns in sirengr netting ,nd brain. a c frail, languid, i'. nervous, take faion after nienls th. No Alcohol. Jjl Hi oil III M M. I'Ol I I ICS one of the Belgian armored trains, which was used In an attempt to check the German attuck on the city The 11 I miles out of Antwerp, discharging a "broadside" ut the Qerman attacking party However the big seige guns which the Germane lo bo too much fur the Belgian and British forces and they were finally fo'ced to Withdraw here ShoWII a few hrnimht up proved i me- i rnp IrlvtvaiflcalkM. on: 'Aho, oct. 11 Partners of the smith were lilted to their crop and to o Train from spec- u la ting in future prices in resolutions adopted toduy at the closing SSSSlOfl of the annual Convention uf the Na tional Implement and Vehicle atno-eiatlott, I ,u il Muffragv t ! . go ye Jane hi. una, j ST. I.i H IS. net. I'll Miss .lane Addsma of Chicago male womas?s uffrage address on tie- floor of the Men h. ints' Bsohattge hers today when th grain narkst closed. ' Poll! I Is cl e: t hag it w as flf. te. 11 . said Miss fiddsnig I "Women at the polls Will not lose the slightest fraction of i a respect gf the tinn wi'h Ahum t'., -hi'e the I ballots; men ami woman both win be better as tho result ol granting tho i ballot tn Woman " To Mtwdi IVUagra. MILLEIKIEVII.I.E, Qa Oct .'S. ik in the siudy of pallagnra will be conducted at the Qeorgia state sanitarium hare by the fnlti-l St.tes guv eminent, it was announced todsy, Pellagra pa tients will I," segregated und kept un der special tleatmcnt and J ol.