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THE CEADgrl. laUTU'lttE. OKtA ' THURSDAY, JULY j8, 1907.
I SVAJ want Made up in Stripes, Checks, PJaiii Grey. Cuff Bottoms if you want. Belt Straps hand tailored for Our Bit; Store. AH New 1907. Our big Fall Stock of MEM'S and BOYS' CLOTHING will be com ing in, ancl we must have all the space occupied by these goods. $2.50 and $3.50 Trousers 35c and 50c WASH TIES 25c Each Placed on the Roll. The following (J u ill rie persons have been allowed pensions: Jamos Hront, J12; Win. P,ranscomb, $1S. Soclallct Speaking Dates. Captain C. C Koss, of Shawnee , Socialist candidate tor governor, will rtcak at MillhHll Jul 23. Guthrie July "i And Meridian Jul) 23 on the subject of "Sonlullr.iu, "iiiul what the Socialist larly Bland for." Organize a Frantz Club. Local Republic .ins met laM niejit ii the prc-hai.- coin I room and um.mtred a Fiani' (''ili F II Oreoi wa elect ed pretiibm (' M nnriicv, vice prcs dent; V ' Anderson, inl i See'y , J K. MalHtn assistant secretai.v. and tT C. r: '.ss. treasurer. Will Havo Birj Peach Crop Kd Davit, malinger for the Waters Plercn t)il company In tihU city, In making picparations to nmiket the big crop of Rlherta peiirhcH on 111 farm seven mlhs unrthcaht of the ity He sas he will hav 2.000 bushels i fti i? jeer Republican Convention August 1. J. I nation, state chaiiman of the Itcpubllrau .. lntnlttee tod.t.v ihsued n call for rim Republican state ennran tlon to be held nt Tulsa. Tlmisilny, August 1 tt Is alleged that Henry Asp wrote the call for Jake and after Mime little perMitwlon got Hamon to tlKH U. In Four Hand-writings. Preslch nt Mm ray stated todav that the ah i pskin copy of the constitu tion is in tin handwriting A four men, n.mic l c (' Clothier of Guth lie. Del uale Miles L,i--4tci L. S. Mohliei and Joe Johuaion Me states that Mr riothiei Is Hie most rapid and u ( urui e. A Stuffed Pelican. M. I) tiii' uliery, or the "Old Moset tdiul Una u-I leeiivcd re reived t vei handsome specimen of taxldemiv in ilie foirn ol a mounted pel lea 1 1 wiili'li Mi. i.iittiitiiv put cihaseal if a tanner l--i vviiu. i The pelican w.is killed oil the rimarion iter imitli oi town la-t vvuitii Piof Steven i of ihe Alv,t im.niKl mounted the bit (I which Mr Cieeibeiy hat. placed fi i lie slriw window at Har riKOli .l'iti Dlvimon stiet'- Was Not Arthur Sanaers. She i iff I. K .Martin oi Lincoln count.' is In re today ami is ihai the njan, mid i .meat at Maic It-laud t'al , "8 liiii Aithur Sandeih the nun un der ii.li inn in in Lincoln 'oiiiitv for the Uimdci ot his brotlu i in law John P. How. nd IWfoie Icviiik foi Cali fornia Mai tin icceivcd a Mikuiii fiotn Mm' li-i nut that Virgin) i auth-oiittt-H del ,ii i ! I'd and identified the man nmlei airen aa one wanted tn Virginia t"i -i minder. Denied Habeas Corpus. J'.niSe Aurftird Uiu luouiinp denied Ih3 writ of habeas cuipua attked by Sild. Peeked a'i,. '(' l'aiai'," who wa- arnuaht hi re Jim.- 2th from Omulm, .l0 ,b uiitd. tiuu-j Mas ihal W V VSarnei ch.nKed . Ith the k KoQiason the Chest V hT mmn'Wii t Wl J A GREAT SALE OF ft fen's Odd Tmuser,s WE WILL PUT ON SALE TWO HUNDRED PAIE MEN'S PANTS WORTH $2.50, $3.00 and $3.S0 at Now We Will find licrh't weight tr6users at this once. Will $1 c5N?;r 7fy.J miirdei of Walter, the Kid' at Paw inka, In 1000. Jude Hurford liehl that the commitment Issued by the United Statea ooinmlaaloner at Oma ha wna sufficient to hold Peckett, who clnlniH that the Federal authorl ties here have no indictment or war laut agnitiat hint. Census Work Delayed a Week. The neregKlty of inaktnK a new cen Miia district map of the two terillories, follow Iiir ihe ai rival of Acting Super visor William (' Hunt and hia corps of workers in Oklahoma has dcliUtd the centum tukhiK fulh a week a well at, the fact that the n convening of the const It ut lci,tl conenlon In the tluth rle city hall delayed the commence ment of woiU as Ihe city hal' had h ii -niiied lor census heiiilmiiler Pilot to eoinuiK to Oklahoma, a map "illinium census dihtriits, had been i i" iuii (1 in WauhiiiKtoii, but this was found to be defective after at riving heie, and a new map waa necensary. Difficult Patjh to Matrimonial BlUs. A couple tr-im the eoihitiy that came to the capital city chtcidny afternoon to Ret inariiid aed much nmnae nieni on tho sin ,s They went to the ourt hotiae httlldine. wnich N near Iiik completion and tritnl to And om one there that wonld marry them Thiuklnff iK.rhi) that they had tho wrong bullying, they went acn8 the street to tho Masonic Tertipte. httt we mid that tihev emlhl not marry I hem They had about nhen up try iiiK to get inariled and atarted home waid with heavy neuils when they met a friend Wi'io look l hero to Pro bate J-idse Btranr's iiffiee. and tnat aci niiimodatlnjt k iitleman llsod the lupp Oi pie Ui In slioi t notice They ae the liuiliw of tinner Kutcliei, of CaHhlmi, and Nnoml Iiianson, of Cres f i nt. Houeei Very Scarce. Nevei in the ''ii 'm of ihe capital eil liaxo boi'ies In i n --ii s aien a.s lliev ate at lh in (-nl time II is aim ihi inipuBbiiile to .'it my kind of a house to rent (iuiei.illv i:i the MiiiitiK r monht- linn an caul i'io'.si-. hecu-jBc over a bundled fain iIhk that moved Into ihe city from I lie -o ntrj in Ihe all to send thlr ilillduti to achcKd, go back to the laim ill the sprlnvr Jllft now li!ie me Iweutv eight families nioxillK nere tioiu Kniii on oeeount of Ihe Deuci Kind mid fiulf shops b -iul, mined hie tivm Bnlrt, aad bmaut." of tins I" in.. Iii iidqiiai leih tin all ol (he tiaiu rn- v - on Miat road Yesterdav some of these liiinllle.s weie out Iruillnj!; for htntaes, liut KCanned the town in vain Monlad itip.i of the it on',i iiili.o a blK liK'otue it they wi u!d ere t modem dwelling ho "-i , f.n lentlujr purpoADa as theie m'l im a bic demand for ho'wea tfln fall on ac omit of families moving in from he country and by the man faniillen that will kH-ate hero whn siaiohood la aunred OKLAHOMA CATTLH IN GOOD CONDITION! The movement of cattle pasimed In tho 0-tg iiuUon to the Kakte:u mai ' keth is bej;inuln at least lei das WW; Ask your doctor the medical name for a cold on the chest. He will say, "Bronchitis." Ask bim It it le ever serious. Ltttly, ask Mm if li presoriboa Ayer's CJierry Pectoral for this dlMase. Keep in close toutk vith yer fenuty physician and follow ha advice carefully so.nttll V. MfMia ?C.4?0, lSoforBiiiijoriiiMirirvioof. iiwu.r jtnnlA,,nm'iii!acifiBtxaxnirB, XJS' 1.95 Tell You About $ PTmHHWff leailbi th iii in ativ puvloua enr, ami ihe Midland Valley alone 18 expected to hnndle 2,000 cars of cattle from Ohasu nation points for Kans'ia City, Chicago and St. Louis. The early in.ivement Is due to the fact that the cattle have fattened so rapidly and are now In no much better condition than Is iiKiial at thl time of yonr. Rttlua have been plentiful, the gnusB abund ant and tho atejek from Oklahoma pas tures this ear will he generally xtTOiig and fat. Cattle shipped from Texan a few months ago, which were almost too weak to stand, have fatten ed up and will now grade well. The Midland Valley busineMi will come I tioiu Pnwhtiska, Meem, Hardy and Koiaker, with the largest amount from ihe laat two named The Charmlnjj Women Ih not neceasaiily one of perfect form and featmcR. Many u plain woman who could never serve all an nrtlMt'a model, possesses tliono rare qualities that all the world ml ml re: nentuiss, clear eyes, cleau imiooth skin and that Bpttghtlincss of step and action that accompany good health. A phyalclal ly weak woman li never attractive, not even to herself. Mlectrlc Bitters restoro weak women, glvo strong nerves, bright eyes, smooth, velvety akin, beautiful complexion. Guaran teed at nl druggist. COo. Twenty per cent saved in buying jtrar toaB. onffei. estiacts, etc., of the National Tea ii Coffee company. gPersonal Mentions Chas. Uard is here from l&dmo.ul. W. A. Frasler Is in Oklahoma City, mil ScfrllW of Chicago, la In the city L- Cheater Lowery, of Stillwater, Is In he ehy. JohA H. Hale Is a Pawnee 1sitor in thu eit. Major Chandler Herr Is here from t 'handler. R K. Zartinan has returned to Okla homa City. Ranker .luhii Itinehart la in the city i oin Kali'. 15d! oi B J Garner is lu tho city from Co.', ie. W II (iaralde is a visitor from Ok lahoma City. Ntd t'headle t tranaaetlag business .ti Oklahoma Clt. OiO U Keen of Annan-nog. Ala., Is a Out m lo visitor. W H llriw l iu Kaasaa City on .. Iinmlnest. mlnclou '' ' i 'let. a , ' uk d-' M A I'otib of ahawuVe! wa n ( tiihi in i .- i r 1 1 1 today. Ktu.itr Hart M tphy has returned tiom a trip to Vernon, Texas Sheiltf U K. Martin, of Unrohi jio nt), is here fioni Chandler, i I (Albeit left la.st ninht for Dea ' -.Ii . h'j Iowa, to iult iclatheA. ' P sidfiit I R Pane, of Uuj Inga i in i imciaii) ) in i- from Umgeion. I r. a.-Hafar U ihero from OUlahotun J-a ia' mImmmU 1 Them. You will he iust what von $5.00 Genuine Panama lints $3.75 ggaiKgaasaa'.Hi'imflu m awy .i.saaagajaK ( itv MKitiuJ; hla slst"r, Mlaa ,la;ile Hsga Mrs W. 1 Herod has returned from Poiicn City where she vhrttod nor iianglitc. Senator .1. P Hicklinm Is hero from Perhina aUendlng the Republican committee ineetlng. SVnhthrMfllnjrilfowib Of-Tnpekn. U here vlsftiftgdhls brotlrets-fii-lnw , J.Hr and Dr. C. P. Cotternl. II Q. Fnrquhaniun. cashier of the Logan County bank, left this morning tor Sulphur to spend a month at Hint resort. Emory A. Foster, county attorney of Lincoln county, U here from Chandler, atending a meetl.ig or the Republican cQngrcdonal commit tee. Architect P II Weathers, of Kansas City, Ik here making his regular monthly examination ot progress of work on the new Lognn county court house building which Is imaiing com pletion. David Mulvnne, Republican national conn-nliteemnu for tho slate of Kim aaa, was In tho city today, onroute .home fioni a trip to Chlchaaha on business ctinncctod with tho Ploneoi Telephone compuny. In whloJi ho Is interested Representative Heplmrn of Iowa aa that President Roosevelt Is tho choice of nUietcnths of tho Republi cans of hla Btnte and of about four tenths of the Democrats for the nomi nation He adds ti'iat Taft and Can non appeal to divide honors for sec ond choice with the Republicans of ihe Hawkeje State g Railroad Eveits Twenty eight families are umvliix from IQnid to Guthrie tihis week on aorount of tho moving of the D. M. & Q., shops and the train crews making headquarters here Santa Pe Detective P M Moore U here tiom Arkansas C'iy. The Sufferers While engaged in dimming i show window at tha Grand Leader depart ment store, Mjke Cussen was over come by Ihe hent. He waa convened to his home Tharo he has since been under mediral treatment. Ills condition la I w proved tuijgy, but he is una We to resume his dutlea in the store V.V.W.ViW.W.V.'.V.VNVAt I Food ; that makes J , BRAINS Grape-Nuts I "JT here's a Reason" ;i M-Vr-if.t-BIr.,.'ii.'..M.--WBI.O!M.'i,M?l IfKc Social Woridl PROSPECTU. Friday. Kit Klux Kliui Rives picnic at High laud pnik iu ovcnlug. iiu j : . Miw atom Cook Iiaa reltitned from Woods county. Dr. and Mrs. Horace Reed are the gwest ol friends Iu Oklahoma City. Mrs. It. P. Uowmnn left tihls morn lug for Perry to visit relatives. Ml Lou Strang has returned from Oklahoma Clli. .Mrs. 14. V. Kurd Is vigltiiiK In Wtdlstoti. - M1ss Hnsel Houston has returned from n visit iu lfilild with fileinU. Miss Jlyrllo We'ty, of Lawton, is In Mic city visiting friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs Arno fioyer ate In the city from Crc:ent. Rev. and Mrs. J. N. Pntel havo gone to Colorado to spend tho remainder oi the summer. T. W. Cttlvetit and II. P. Wilsan, of Columbia cohntj'. Mo., are hero with n view o( locating. ICd Cooper n)id family will letuo soon for Colorado lo spend (Jio re mainder of Die imiinor. Miss Hello Young 1ms returned from Wichita, wheru she was collod by the midden Illness of her sister. Mrs. J. yx. PKo attd datiglAens, Imi nnil I3ra, are viattltig rolntivcs In iJnh!. Mr. and Mrs V. 15. Houghton anil little da-ghter left this morning for an extended visit through the East. Tegelor ulakes imqiilvocal denial that he hnB made a confession of any kind and atlll slreiiiinusly asserts his lirnoeeiico In thP killing of Meadows. Invitation? hae been Inrod for an Hlks dance to be given this evening at te Electric park pavilion. It will bo strictly for members of tho Mlks lodgo and their Indies. Zimmerman orchostrn will furnish the music. Mra. O. H. Brown left Inst ovenlng for Knnsn'3 City lo visit rolallros a 'ew weeks. Mrs. Paill Wlnklet and two sons, of Chicago, aro visiting Mr. and Mra. Win. Rilehntlpt for a Tow weeks. Mrs. Winkler is a sister of Mr. Ritzhaupt. M's. Chnrlos Hun tor, of Pittsburg, jXansas, is in hb- city visiting her pn reiifMr..ui!dJrr. Win. Hoylftnd, at 12 Weat Lognn nvcntio. Mr. alid Mrs. Kd Reed enterlnliied a few of their friends Inst ovenlng nt their home. GOG North Division atiect tho occasion being Mr. Reed's birth day. Ills friends presented him with a gold mounted pipe. The evening wns pleasnntly Bpent at progressive high five The prlae winners were: Mrs. Ernest Metz, first prize and Mr. Motz. Hccnnd pilze; Mrs. J. D.'Crays and Mr. Jeff Allen, consolation. The hostess served light refreshments. Those present were: Messrs and Mesdames Ud Davis, J Scool, C. J. Harrington, 13d Cook, lamest Mets, Will Suddnrth; Mrs. Jeff Allen, Misses Sadie Dnvis Rena Hartington. llerthn (Jhaatine; J. D Ilrays, Karl Davis. Mr and .Mrs. Will Smldarth had n number of friends at tholr homo, 601 North Division street, Monday evening at lilsh five. The ocouslou was the birthday anniversary ol Airs. Smldarth who was presented by her friends with e beautllul gold bracelet. At a late hour tho hostess served n two course luncheon. Tfjose present wore: Messrs and Moediutlttl Ud Davis, Hd. Roed. Jake Hnchtold, ICrnest Mntz. J-jff Allen, J. D. Crays: Misses Sndle DnviB tiertha Chnstine; Mr. Will Poison and Karl Davis. Mru O. IJ Grnv-s and her mother. Mrs. Jas. Sherman, left yesterday for Kansas Cltv and other parts of Mlssoiul on a visit. Mra. J C'raves left yesteulay for Perry after being here nnder treat ment for her eyes. Mrs. W. H. Herod will entertain the ladles of the 0. A. It. and their husbands this evening at her home, 50T ISaat Springer avenue. Mr. add ilrs. Dole Hall entertained last evening at their home, M Smith Second Btreet, tn honor of their daugh ter. Miss Gladys. It being her 13th birthday. The evening was ieut in music and gaipes, after which delight ful refreshments were served. Those present were: Grace Currier. Lillian Rohre, Floience Miller, Marie Cntes. Alice ami Maud Murphe. Blanche Stiles, Lena Manning, Hftssel Vnmpncr. Alta Keller. Vernle Canlleld. Iwls (JilBwoid. Frank Keller, Joy Tillman and Dick Lloyd. WHY AN IRISHMAN 1 IS NOT A SCOTCHMAN. Noted Dr. Parkhurst to Be Chautau qua Attraction In August. . M M Parkhnrat, the noted dl vlw, wl'l b,. at thr Epwflrlh Cwutau na in dun it would ho hard to place on the program u man or great er power and magnetism as a popular lerturer ah well as a great divine It is doubt ru! if there is uiinther man ou Ihe lectin e platform that can eiual him lu the presentation of the "Grea World Powers of the 20th Centuiy" Huvlilg tiaveled niont extenshely among the people of whom he speaks, he gives Information first hand, and piophesles with confidence. His grasp of thonghr is iinnarkablo and hla memory wonderful. Hla lecture on "Monoy Troubles of tho Wido. WWo AVorid," is h ronmrkabio irevnttion", sBtVtrTini1p'i ril'H'iflSgglpM ' srt eauied by Indigestion. If you sal little too much, or if you are subject to attacks of Indigestion, you havo no doubt had shortness of breath, rapid hoart btits, hartburn or palpitation of tha heart. Indisostinn cauies the stomach to' expand swell, and pufT up against tha hearL This crowds the heart and inlor feres with its action, and in tho cours i tims ths heart becomes dlsoasocL Kodol Dyspepsia Cure fllissts what you eat. takos tho strain ol! of the heart, and contributes nourishment, strongth and hualth to every organ of thf body. Cures Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Soi Stomach, Inflammation of tha mucous mombranes lining tho Stomach and Digos tiVa Tract, Horvous Dyspepsia and Cattrr of the Stomach. Atler eetlne, tny f oxl would dlitrei i m by miVIm mr hetit palpltata nnd I would baooma tery wek. FlnaUy I eot a bottlo ot Kodol and it ea. m Iroma- UM teSef, After uslnrf a lew bottlot I urn cUrad, MRS. LORlNO NICHOLS, Pann Yin. N. Y. I had ftomach troubla and was In a bad stale at bad heap: ttoublo with It, I took Kodol Dytpiptlt Outs tor ibcut lour rdonths and It cured me. D, KAUDLS, Harada, O. Ditfcsts What You Eat DMUrbolllOiiiliWlH tlm.i'tt tnucb 41 th trltl. er BO c.nt il. riip.rH nt tk J.b cr..t.ir tl B O.P.Witt ACe..Chttft.V.S A. Sold by C. It. Ilenfro. giving nil phases of political Ideas by a muster workman. These grent lec tures the Doctor has delivered moro than one hundred times In Chicago nlone. Dr. Parkhurst Is a native of New York state, holds degrees from sever al of the lending universities In Ameri ca, has held some of the largest pas torates In this country and Is perhaps tho most widely travelled clergvnmn In Amerlcn. He Is popularly knovu as 'The Original GloboTrottei " More than twenty year ago, ho made a trip around tho world, visiting hII the prin cipal countries In Asia. Africa and Kurope. Slnco thou he ha . made two oxtenBlvc lecturo ton-, in ISuropc, oc cupying more thar- two yours, speak ing in nearly ovr principal city in Knglnnd, Irelnnd and Scol'nud. Dr. Pnrkhurst hns been sought for by tho largest chontati rs all o,ver thi coun try where h, 1i;m returned ycir after year. A some assemblies h" hits up poured r ten ye-fis In surri '81011. He ' nl appear In Guthrie at tho JJpw .( Chnutiuiiiua the r.th and 1GC i- Uiguat. At one of theso datea h" w' I deliver thai great lecture, ' Wl . an Irishman Is Not a Scotch-in- ., Ills delineation of Scotch mid 1 h character is Inimitable. BEGGS' BLOOD PURIFIER CURES catarrh of the stomach. oooacooooooooooo o o O NEW STATE NEWS. O O O oooooooooooooooo To Establish Training School. The Presbyterians or the Panhandle of Texas are preparing lo establish a training school mid college nt some point In the Indian Terltory. At a recent meeting of the Amnrllla Pies bytery a commission wns appointed to take charge of all arrangements looking to the establishment of the boUooI. TJtp coUM"lJlun coasUta of I C. Klrhs of Amnrllla; Rev. J. H. Dalton, Wichita Falls; Rev. M. H. Frank, Canadian; Hon. J. H. Stephens of Vernon, and J. A. Kemp, of Wichita Foils. Drakeman Runs Amuck. A thouaaart uonons at Pond Creek witnessed the ttntlca of a Rock Islund brakoinun Satunlay altenioou. Ho had been without sleep ror 00 Iiuui' and hud drank a lot or "White Line whlBkey." to keep going. While help ing to lift a heavy piece of wreckage to the wrecking train, he became tain liorarlly Insane and drawing a pistol he ran bhe citlsscns about town threat ening to shoot them. He was finally captured by the sheriff. He lives in Caldwell and had been sent to Knld on a wrecking train. .. Hiphost Yield 34 Bushel. The best wiheat crop in Woodward county Is ;iow being threshed, ami U Bci'-lnn :J4 b mhels per nrre Many fields lu that county are tlireihiag out 20 bushels per nere, as the green big peat did not do mirih damage In that section ot tlie count r. Wheat la n iw selllnc for 78 cents on the maiket which Is about 20 cents higher than it itias ever brought In any previous ear at rhreiihmg time. Strlko on at Enid. The union laborers at work ou the track laying or the street railway com pany al lftild struch. last week for 0 tours Instead of ten and a small In crease In wages. Yesterday the com pany imported 50 negroes from Mus kogee to lake the place of the strik ere, wihlch has aroused the indigua Hon of the strikers, who are holdliiK meetings to agitate trouble which nitty break o -t at any time, Tulsa to Have Two New Churches, 1 ilsa has decided to erect two new modern edifices lu bhat elly this btiiijtnei A llartlist cl.irru whoh Is to civat $85,0(K will bo elected Op tli corner of Fourth and Cincinnati aVe uue. and a South MelAiodtst church will be elected on tho corner of Fifth and Howton avemrea at a cost Of $30, 000. No Green Buge Next 'Year J M Halev of Falrvlew, miller and when mower, makes tho prediction that" Oklahoma farmers will not ex parlance anouher sloge of green buga or wheat louse, next season. He be lieve tlitt the- lady bys has ned It so ont there will bp er little danger of the green pe!s uimhiiuiiii- giiL-ii'i iiiiici iia ruiiioic Shniff Wnft Grace, or Pottawntoinl roiiiin. has fallen liplr to Jflortnne of nl.l.l.AH Cl.tairi lul...u. rri.i... a million dollars ib more fiotn the esiate or his ttficTe. -Ma"0r Grace ot N' Yoik, who died somo lime oko Hhi i iff Grace will go easl at once lo claim this share or the ?5,0"0fj'0iio e laie. Oklahoma Paptlf 'langcs. Clarence Salter wwihn lida been edit Ing Ihe Rural ludustil.ilist at Carmen has taken chargo of the Chronicle nf Cllnttm. A. R. Mfcmtellor ihh letlred from the Joint edllorshlp ot the Ah i Review. Stiiuilley Spurrier, of Aim has gbtia to Wooduatd to adUM Hlll Ilolton In the publication of the Wo nl ward News. LOCAL LACONICS. Grapes are on the markets. Klberln peaches, Oklahoma's fint oiis crop, are now beginning to ilpen Fifty carloads wilt he shipped front here by the Lognn Count v Fruit asso ciation this sonson Yftstwrddy and todin were two or the hottest days or the scmsoii. It Avas 10:i lu the shade vesteidnv at noon and Is about the same todav Fa rcpih arson's cloihiup: new electric sign. tore ha a J J. Konrke, of Topek.i who hna leased tlie new hotel. Is in the elfv today milking preparations to f urn lull the building as soon as It is com pleted, which will be ab.uit Sept m her 1. Mr. O'Rotnke said todav that u barber shop, a drug store, and btiffei would be ou the giouud Hour of the building. "The McAlester Capital thus plain ly explains the nulimiK of the il;ht on the constitution: "The fight against the constitution now being made b tin Republic an leaders Is because of in iinnlsloni relative to corporal Ions and not or the "r-rrvn'.indi r," the soldieis vole, that t ' titiR to taxation, oi .uiv tlilnj: m tiiiv world bat the pioposed control of cor p rations when thev shall eveeed their .Itln imrpose and bc-nnie tritvtj nnd rnriiKipfdles. ' It !k ; implv a llRlit between the people nrd the trust; with every one of tho Republican lenders on the side cr the trusts Pro tective and prohibitive tariff laws en acted and maintained by the Kepubll enn parly mnde possible the tniMn in turn maintain tho Republlcnn pnrtv in power by the Illegal clonal Ion. of campaign funds, so any effort toward the enactment of lawa which shall hinder or seek to control the triibtd iu their gigantic lobbcry of the peo lilo. nutflt be stopped If It jcrIk with In tho pow'or of the Republican leaden lo do it." Chickushii Dullj Exprei... REBUKED STEPHENSON Tamo Gfrla FroiVi Wa8ilnaton "Wild Oklahoma." In Despite Ihe prole st , or Wnshlncton plnhends, that Oklahoma i, "too H for Wnaililnston lil- ' nvo vo n lady atenogra pliers have actualiv "braved II) o dangeri. or the frontlei," and Aro now In OiiHuie They have ben In ic two da - and havo escaped s alpin o tar The rtionjght they wen- ii for .ninp wild ness yesterda. whin ioti iillKhtinp from a Warner avenui ti.im, Cend n tor Stephenson, in us-i urn; tin in to the crossing wn lebuki d with "Pi re klddo. beat It: teggn dat aim. you can't mollycoddle inc." AMUSEMENTS. GEM THEATRE. (Hurrlsnn avenue, opp. Louder Offlco) James Baxter, Ptoprletor. Pcrfoi mances- livenln'gs, 7 HO to 11. Saturdays, 2 p. in , to 5; 7..i to Jl:3. Change of program daily DtlBAMLAND THI3ATRK . Perfonuunco Daily. Uri-to-date. 'Admission 5c. We Sell Armour' Gold Band Hams and Ba The Best J. Hi DANCE AT EI.KCTRK: P A K K T1JEATKE Every Tuesday AD Friday Night Dancing 50c IiADIttfi PEER , PARK CARS YYYvyYvvrvrvvy RUCKS V x II '?" (i