Newspaper Page Text
The Chickasha Dally Express.
UAWSO i.It.V.Nl.Kfc, Publltliers. CHICKASHA. eyes that us I wo i .rs. two :ugue. to the end ar and see moic Ml h The Falrmc Of Philadelph statue !n Hon great flwineit It will cost J A notice wm potted the other day In It will be noted, I WNr' -RffllB dowu-hearte-d. Thej hft nk Tftfrft yfrfftifrAjftftetftriiif itm afrrft rttyfe ate ifc ?ft ifcA iii 1 MS m Current Topics imiwiimi i i ! in idc Public pc las i MUMHiim mimiiii mio. And, according ti of the advantages of tl the contribution plate them. pews is that at passed to The Canard company has decided on illdlng several Bteanmh'pj which will i expected to wrest from German- bulldlc b eij built i now h ltsb Hi If) eV Portr.ll. The mason's hanr? Is rough and ecarr- The mason' back is stooped and bowed: ed. Small esse his honest years have known. For Labor claims h!m as her own. With skilful hand he carve and chips; His chisel on the hard stone rings. The gray duat flics about bis head, And ever at his work he signs A simple croon of boyhood's day, Timing his chisel to the lay. Cotton 1'nlonk.U Not IJleeonraged. ys Pennsylvania Carolina cotton ear to be at all evidently realize that organization is a good thing, and like most other desirable objects must ; be paid for with a price. And just note bow quickly the manufacturers of a whole country resorted to the closest j kind of organization and the most in discriminate sort of boycott. They evidently have no reason to consistent ly object to their employes coming to gether, since they themselves have made common cause. But the employes are not terrified. Those of them who hare not already done so are Joining the union, and they ask from the press sympathy and publicity, confident that the justice of their cause will be its In Whoeling, W. Vs., the men par- rug Hit Where he sits c I hall blm one i The humble scat For yesterday t Wondering, I sa I pause 'bs on the stone; ibor's kings, rightful throne; th bis blow, angei grow. label be adi manufactur are but four list, using T or 15 oune ever, allows person. pounds a year, Hutsla, how ounces to each Once, after exposing the ridiculous blunders of the editor of certain old plays, Jumos Hussell Ixiwell concluded with the remark. "In point of fact, wa mut apply to this gentleman the name of the first King of Bparta," No cue remembered, of course, what this waa, but when they looked It up they fund it was Eudamldas. A lady of litertry fame once rc- medical wri Be sure r she said as 1 Cbesterfle the doctor, ' to fc rful collect the address." ultted tbr, room. "No. eet." "Madam," said too area' an admirer t to remember Chea fear. too selfish ever ind Invlts- Knslandi fin i Labor Leader. John Burns, who was recently re elected to the British Parliament by a London district, known as BaUersca, la one of the bcst-kniuvL labor leaders of the world. As a municipal statesman and parliamentarian he hug also gain ed fame. He Is to the working people today what John Bright waa to the commercial classes some forty or fifty years ago. John Burns haa had a stormy career. Many times has he For a I'nlearsat t a '.el. The Union Label of Chicago Is pre irlng to go before the next conven n of the American Federation of La ir with a proposition that a universal i to be put on all goods y union men, believing that It is a better method of securing union conditions In all branches of Industry. The printers, eigarmakers and several others will vigorously op pose the Idea of a universal label, on the grounds that 11 would be an Injus tice to their own, which they have maintained under heavy expense and M yaar Mats'! Hue in r.nai-ina. I Joseph Arch, the labor member of j Parliament, who Is to retire, began his care r by frightening birds off the crops at four peuce a day. "In Geo; In the policy ca. Mr. a Journa aftarwar the forel Trlbnne. weil-kno he discu portai, ( I May Co to The Hague. ;v. Br. Peter Moerdyke, who la inently mentioned as the possible ty. stricture Life Tr e shows novel new Ar lands. Reform Gov H ch, was been pa Chicago. When in Chicago he preach and waa for ral days If, need be. Tne ade of rubber or other terial and Is provided r of the ovi- r many years over his signature of G. W. 8.," in the Tribune all lm sh and international ques tions an(fte:ame noted as bearing an extreme friendship for England. Some float ring is formed of cork rings cov ered with canvas, and the portion of the suit below th)s is entirely water proof. Above too float is the opening through which ac cess Is gained to the interior, there being room inside for the wearer to move comfortably. The opening is through the button loak In front, and to facilitate entrance the vlior of the helmet is thrown back. The vizor is Intended to be closed only in cold or and learning. The is a native of Zulan lands, and came to tl age of 4. He was efii land Academy and there in 1866. the Seminar) country at tha ited at the Hol waa graduated After passing through it Holland, Mich., he (lurches In that state. rou; the mov lib. od late GEORGE W. SMALLEV. time ago the famous writer severed his association with the New York pa per aud came to America to write of American affairs for the Times. He has numerous friends among the pub lic men of Great Britain. bwa arrest i-d and taking part in powerful peeene the trials secure! his colleague. A London tovntv col plUhed wonders. The local a works its men only eight houi and mists that all contrmctoi ploy for building, etc, shall uoe. Besides reducing the labor In London from 68 per 54, the wages have been tncrei men receive ten days' holtda summer, and six general I The" recti vn medical attends sick pay. and a Urge number are provided with free quart tear the public works, and a dining room where they n their meals In the middle of Into prison for j -.: but the h he made at ! acquittal with ueoober of the he baa accom- 187; founded likec way , - the "Mr. Arch Agricultural i bo had won bis to the top wlth f clings or do- in calm weather wn back to allow a. In addition to pockets are pro ami a tiny stove , which serves to give a signal at night, in addition to Its ordinary uses. The j air channels in the legs can be pumped I full of air by a small bu'b conveniently placed, when the suit will tilt on its back and allow the person some meas ure of rest in calm weather. The ckanci cue is effected with this rest circular float the wearer ft :re-crvin life until a res- and there spent his ministry until 1891, when he accented the pulpit of Trinity Church In Chicago. He Is well known as a writer and is regarded with tb highest respect by his countrymen In ith io Hurry. f the rom- (O All I'rintlae Trade After a Judge. The Allied Printing Trades, with Oar &rcaty toith Spain. Congressman George W. Ra said in an Interview: "We are bound to fin gcj the people of the Second district open door in the Philippines." The that he would be baptized If re-elected, Paris treaty of Dec. 10, li98, has no . mugt now pay njK forfeit, and the la provlslon as to trade or the open door , 0f Woodstock are going to see except this: "The United States will, j that he la properly immersed. Mr. for a term of ten years from the date of the exchange of the ratifcations ol the present treaty, admit Spanish Smith Is a Quake; International Arbitration. The reported reduction of the Chi! Ian navy follows closely upon an an nouncement of a permanent agreemen for the arbitration of all disputes be tween five South American republics It would be an instructive lesson International politics if the first ex ample of a perfected policy of 'arbi tration followed by disarmament should be afforded by the little lnde- i:i graphical Unioi a. Mo have a; re, coal city. It resting Judge ja for re-election as !ty courts of that t Judge Klein de ul a lnrtre pf ser ntends to relegate ships and merchandise to the ports of the Philippine Islands on the same terms as ships and merchandise of the it 8t United States." This was a concession MOM; t0 Spain, which would be no conces- ! slon If the ports were thrown open on the same terms to all other nations. orator In every Republican campaign for the past twenty years, and labored America Supplying Scotland. People who laughed at the prospect rt of Its freight on to the Clyde it I parliament r glneer. but count of nia offices earr Workingmen up on The Auburn, there is Mi not a sit in I1 7 ions of steel of steel angles. with Ame re. In Ch a course in Kansas City diploma. H of coffins ai by the first all needing this charncta of a call." M first con. rhlnery to Japan. try ma in tract ike fi Itf t..vn ClOMal hf a n tor furnishing the set of brewing ma- kcnt from this country BSU V. :i havim In thi rs, company promote! g patronise rt of labot as has a library that to a cabinet minister. on one is famous E To Krrrt I-abor Temple. Electric tsime llarm. Tl the ith ifter aery la various European coiin- trles. decided that the American ar tlcts was what the wanted The plant will be located at Kioto and will cost about $100,000. A dispatch from Ixwlsville. Ky.. says: "Ths hello' girls are walling long and loud. The Cumberland Tele graph and Telephone company, which owns all the leading linos in the South, has issued an order requiring opera tors to furnish a guarantee bond ot $23 that they will not talk over the lines themselves This order wss made necessary by the fart that a number away at a choice cigar, part of his library re pre that might hive been ape co. So. with John Burns. drinks nor smokes; lives on I tare; wears cheap clothes; am .t i lie part natl. , been collected to, d. which wHI cost temple will have a, mnaslum and club the icln- 1 with its const nit the day. T HENRY. C. SMITH, ty under Zach Chandler handler was chairman of ntral committee. He at Republlcan convention at 1896 as alternate, and was .ngress two years ago as a Mr. Smith Is In favor it pat ist one of postponing h' water is less c.hil ent. im until the it Is at pres- fioted Editor lj Coming. Alfred Harmswortb, the proprietor of the London Dally Mail, will sail on Dec. 12 and spend at least thee months on this continent, visiting every city of importance. It will be remembered that Alfred Harmsworth, who is the most progres sive publisher In Europe, began the Issue of a Sunday he wrote airerxtsix weeks' experi ment: "The Sun day Dally Mall U dead. The final Is sue of that journal was made on Sun day last, and we bury it today wlth- Alfred Harms-worth. out regret. Reso appeals from ) bodies throughon that we should d day paper have s portions. These I by the Dally Mai carefully conslde tors." protest and and other intry asking ice, but have be'i by the propr'.e Flay tSheatrtcal Crust. Minnie years a fa in retlremi fr. it. It is dl chools. It a until it grades. joyment; be got It so that ne coum save tram fares to and from the House of Commons. There Is not a mors polished speaker In the House than Burns. His diction is as perfect as his syntax, and bis speeches are atten tively listened to by every member. ralit Cleewr Wak-itnee4. t plai-e for attempting to e striking miners to re on the first conditions of- slble for the sleeper he gets up to stay, bed Is a -series of cor, of which is shown In weight of the person gether. A clock Is us ing opening or break in the wire Is jther and with male Dt Wet. the elusive Boer mender, has got to the peuny-pntsi stage of popularity In England. Says sn Anv ri these "put vendor: do re based reaalory ArWtralkes. ttly endesvors have been made t support ot movements looking establishment, by law. of that of adjusting dlBerencws M iniovr and employe known as labor this has called out seel to prove that the great ma number and Interest of thov Then more can ain't then soil worth a bloom in Insurance ot paying a certain percentage upon their respective pay rolls Into a com icon fond. Is the event of a strike occurring In the works ot one of them an Investigation Is made by a commit tee representing the association and If it Is decided the strike Was declared ing tne i compelled tort net rial Notee. re ".$00,000 men in Prussia is than $105 per year. riklng miners at Baskett, Ky.. n their strike for recognition inlon. carrying with it, how eduction of five per rent in This is probably the first t lower sages ever raid. w plant of the American Axe pany has mpany 31 $ IBLOeimeSeimfH Mmt ItTs V 9 MUSE. Siber:a a Land of Churches. Tbe three great luxuries in Siberia are churches, theaters and museums. Even the smaller villages can usually be sighted from afar by means of the white walls and the towering dome shaped cupolas of their churches. These are til amply supplied with bells, whose rich tones roll in majestic harmony over distant hill and vale and break the monotony of th lne m flock. Fiske, for of the theatrical at a class of mau of knowledge ot who at the same eded, and as a Sure Crip" Fish Gaff. R1NUS UNTIL SLEEPER breaks eijaji ors and actresses are tablish themselves as abso- es in eon- ward each other, and are separated by a very small epace where the the trust mtts managers wit! $Mf to N no poll fleece ed before the Ped mmisslon that U ties of tbe country j i and various asso ors have combined i the business sad I those who have eeA id of Women. Automatic for use the with mediocre ta tn Ort'ich Farm. An os In the $feh laatd a fled from bend, if tt de- ssort to lltMsMM wt One nee po rated a which has Brooklyn, men. Thei movAmc; hack of a f h are Inst tasc nis at once aks out a ; Spring? hem shut. I c better