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CH1CKASHA DAILY EXPRESS, CHICKASHA, OKIAHOMA. i AMENDMENT n ft r DUE,. CARPET AND RUG SALE i',;ii!ujJur,ly li h ;! 1,1'' i'' !; ' M 1 1 ATTACKED mm Of THE YEAR N BY OWEN Stock Mens Suits and Overcoats at I Wholesale Prices! Nothing1 ReservedMake Your Selection Now. SEE WINDOWS FOR DISPLAY AND PRICES . " V' ' ' ' 209 CH1GKASHA AVENUE STATE FEDERATION "f- Cook Comes Aiive HOLDS MEETING '.Muskogee. Okla., oe-rs and members hernial of I hf StiiH Nov. 1 . Tin- "Hi ol' Tin? executive Federal ion of Wo- inch's clubs aiv here, the vanguard of thr- four hundred delegates who an ex pad eel to iit t nil the second annual on vniion ol' the Oklahoma federation, A moiling of the executhe hoard was held (his niornitig hut the sessions of Tito federation will noi open until in the evening, when the first session will he held. The delegates will he given a reception at the. Elks' clnh Wedae's day night, and on Friday will he enter tallied at luncheon by Mi.-s Alice Rob ertson. I.ocKi club women have ar ranged domestic science displays and a domestic science 'conference will be, held each day. Mrs. John Threaeinill. .: eld'.-W of the fM, ;!:(:. U ' !i . gU't of .Mrs. ;. ... .i in-j ill-. Oklahoma City, Nov. 1. Over Jive thousand people pinked the Audi torium Sunday night to hear Henti'or ; Robert I.. Owen speak on the proposed local option anil high license amend j uient to the constitution. All the churches in the city dismissed and marched in bodies to the Auditorium, forming' a procession numbering over two thousand. In his speech Senator Owen dealt with every phase of prohibition, tolling of the defects of the proposed amend-' mem to the constitution, which he said is a legislative, measure and not a proper clause to be placed in the con stitution of the state, j The had features of the hill, as set I forth by Senator Ow-en. are that it does jaway with the fines and imprisonment I portion of the prohibition law, and pro- , j villi's only small lines for violations. ! lie said It is not u local option provis- Ion. that counties have not voice in j lit and that it will promote tiniveriiai I beiotlegging over the stale. He as serted that It bribes the farmer with the promise of half the license fees, to be used for road improvement, but j disfranchises him forever of any vote j concerning the question. , The main attack .upon the proposed' amendment was made by the senator because of the jokers which he said were contained in it. lie named six of , these, the principal ones of which tire' the provisions that If a municipality votes to have saloons, i cannot c'linge . far live years, but if it votes to be . dry. the Ilipior interests may call un election every thirty1 days. Then Ik- , said that, after the five years are past , the law cannot be repealed unless the! municipality obtains special permission j from the legislature to hold an election j for that purpose. Another joke, at-' cording to the speaker. Is the provision ' which provides for the appointment of; the license board by the mayor Of n: I j city insleail of having them elected a.-; ; Special by Tinted Press. : otner omcers ot a municipality. An- 1 New Yo'tk. Nov. I . Dr. Frederick A. j "tl"'r lf. nmler she Mil iuc li Cook, ihe discredited polar explorer. 'el,KP ol' a 1'ionlieeper cannot -he re, : today through a London paper sent to ; v"1'1'1 'ess the saloonkeeper shall Walter Wellman congratulations onlus i '",Vo ,,Pe" "' Med twice within one! attemi.t tf) cross the Atlantic in a bill- I Par '" a ""rt of ,lt0'-'' " tintil loon and said if Wellman had tniceeetl- ! J """ t rendered of a violation of flv ' ed it would have been of greater use '''"' j 'o mankind that the discovery of the " ' N'ort h I'ole. 209 GHICKASHA 20 erientJUisc. oum After unloading five cars of high grade, cheap and medium furniture, we find that we are over stocked. Hence 20 per cent discount on our entire line except Globe Wer nicke Sectional Book Cases. All goods marked in plain figures. See us before you buy. Our StOCk Was rever SO COmolete. You Will Find What You Wnnt an.! Save 20 Per Cent. ti r it tf n i- ' Ft . i r : li.:-. n s -jzz-. men we sen you un tasyrayiKuuiiiig mis m This Turkish Rocker is worth $25. We bought them at a price, while our present stc lasts we sell them at n fl if k m We sell the Globe Wer nicke Sectional Book Case, dust proof and non-binding doors, no tice the sanitary base. On our floor in three woods, Golden oak, Ear ly English and Mahogany $25 Axnriflster Rug's, size 9x15, less 20 per cent, price $20 S1S1S3 iflMii! ftSH": m StJ . ' L'UtSlLiualia! ill ' fckewjal'H'1'!', I Enough has been said, the Public has learned that we deliver what we advertise and that is 20 per cent discount during this sale. Goods will be held for future delivery when requested. Clayc o m i A nderson and Talks a Biti i BENEDICT INREVOLT Harris Standpat Mach ine Encaunters Oppo sition in the Party , The campaign has resolved itself into j Secretary and Huhv Ma'-shatl. tr'as a two-men aff.ilr Harris ilosinf; out ure. the i.laskelllsm proiiapanda from head-j Nay Draper. vlto,,e sister, Pearl, is quarters through I he newspapers and I president of the Anti-'i1uhtw;nl clitb. NEW RATION FOR SOLDIERS. Washington. Nov. I. In the recent .'l-day physical tests of army ofiioet. Al.aj. (ien. Frederick I). Grant, coui niandiiiK the department or the Has . tried out the new emergency ration. General Grant clrrled three packages, one for each day, and returned with two of tin INTELLIGENCE NO BAR TO JURYMEN .McN'enl rallylne his forces from tin stump with fragments of this propa ganda. Henedici went wrong when he sud denly and without consultation with the leaders declared himself for .liui Harris for secretary of the interior. J and Klytm was called in to :ul"t the unsophisticated boy from llohsrt, Flynn's influence was sn stronp in the editorial room to the Oklahomti City Times thai even Benedict did mn care to mention the candidacy of Cash Cade. Flynn's aood friend, for Ttallin ger's place. himelf Willi the new or- hns iiffiliaied i ganizatinn. , Neither side is showing sign of de i siring a truce. The enemies arc friend j ly. all right, but the battle en the is sue "to spend or not to spend" is to ho fought out to the bitter end. tegard less of consequence's. Anyhow,, that is what both sides say. Washington, Nov. 1. A. man's con stitutional rights are not , necessarily violated because jurymen trying; him on a charge of murder are allowed to packages unopened, having separate and to read newspapers rtur- TIGHTWADS ORGANIZE Iiiink Suspect Is Absconding Bankef ; used hut one on the entire ride. The mw emergency ration is com posed of chocolate liquor, nucleo-cas.e in malted milk, desiccated efrg, sugar and lug the trial, it was held today by the supreme court of the I'nited States. The .court held similarity in regard to the refusal of a judge to send the jury cocoa, butter. It. is put up in inilce, light blue, tin 'boxes. Kaf h bov eo w a in .4 three cakes, one cake being sufficient far a meal. Acapulco. ,lex., Nov. i. From the! description given by a detective agency i it is believed that two ol the men tvli.i ' were am Saturday BURGLAR WAS SHOT. Kl Ki no, Okla.. Nov. 1 .--Collie Kd stcd, on their arrival here j war,; ffh() Mji hmw ((s I)ft.,. on the schooner Kate, are't.n,,, , ,.,, .i, (..j , i.-t i,,,,,,, Wilson i Kvans. absconding teller of,. 1U0ut 4 0'(.lo(.k vesur.lav morning .Merchants- bank of with blood streaming from wounds on bis face and shoulder, was arrested the Fanners and I.os Angeles, and H. llaiiihnrne. an al ieged accompliie. The matter of the arrests of the men lias been taken up the .Mexican g"v ernmrnt wiih Washington. The Kate came into part to take on a supply of pasoline. and three passen gers giving tlte names 'of liany Ham. ). Cart-on and Dan Arcln r. w eru -taken into custody on the theory that they might tune been implicated in the dynamiting of the l.os Angeles, Times building. The sum of SlO.iinn was "found on the boat. Wilson H. Kavs, mentioned in the dispatch tioni Ai-apulco. Mexico, was receiving I. Hn' of the Fanners and Mercbaitts N.-.Motial bank, one of the largest lipancial insiiiutions of l.os Angeles, lie b t (ityon Septcm ber 17 1,1-1 to ; o on his annual vaca tion i if no sn ,s and when he failed 'e ;ti i a: tie :;.) o.' i' ; tinu- an in v-hiitt:t!'n;i of i i- ;e !i)i. i;s was order ed, li wa- n ml that be was many thonsaiiiN of d iia s:.ort. The total ras Her 'ed I v si.,.c io be as bigli lis ?'"ii'.oiio. ho, ini; b the ban); edlicials s;!:-i! thai Ci..a,' beuul of Jin.f'ii.t won;,! virtually rmcr ihe loss. uopn.a ediarge of attempting to burg larize the Mulvey store at Vitkoti, lohn Turner, who sleeps in the .Mulvey siore, shot a man who was trying to force an entrance about 2 o'clock In the morning, lie was trac.'d by 'blood , stains in the direction of El Reno. The ' burglar left a six-shooter, . knife and shoes on the window sill. Kd wards ' had no shoes on. when" he came h Ve. j neat S- j out of the jury room during arguments : on the admission of evidence. Furthi mini's', lite court laid rtow n j the rule that the act reeiuiriug the I accused to put on a coat, alleged to have been worn when the crime charge was commit; 'd. did not. amotin; to "reepiiring the prlsyicr to testify i against himself." These points were made in the deci- ; Ion of the court in refusing toterfere with the sentence of life Imprisonment ' imposed by the federal circuit court ol I Western Washington upon .lames II.. Holt on a charge of having murdered Henry K. .lohnsan in Fort W'orden hav racks. Washington. Oklahoma City, Okla., Nov. Omar K. Benedict, editor of the Okla homa Times, of which Dennis T. Flynn ! is a controlling factor, has praeticallly withdrawn Ins support from the slate ; leptiblican ticket, except to ii-e occa-; sionally stone stereotyped editorial i that is inspired by the Harris press bureau at Guthrie. j Hectntly Flynn agreed to take the j slump ui behalf of the state ticket.! He made his first appearance at I'on- ; ai City where only a slim reception' was tendered him. Next lie went, to : Fnid.. where former Governor Fergu son and he spok from the same pint - ! form. Hecause of Ferguson being a machine man and the fact that he ! was the choice of the Harris machine for governor, the Knid Kagle and the Fnid Kvents devoted the larger share of their space to Ferguson's speech and placed Flynn in the "me too" catagory. ' ir membership are on tile These facts, added to the attitude the boys are breaking off TIMBER LAND WILL BE SOLD Silvia. Kai... Nov. I Voting men of this town who were affected by the "anti-tight w ad" organ i.a; ion perfected by the girls here a few days ago. be lieve in lighting tile with fire. They iitive organized a light wad" club. Kv t vy met ilcr take.- an oath before bo is aiiitiittid 'hat lie will not permit any ntaii;."Mi. no matter how sweet her smiles or delightful her manner, to pry aim loose from a single cent's worth of entertainment. Twenty-two young men have already joined Ihe club.' Many ap'ilicaiious Gradul'y. with their Washington. Nov, 1, Kvery effort ; will be made by the interior depart ment officials tt) sell the J .:',d,0ld !acres of pine timber in the Choctaw ' nation, Oklahoma, which will he offe,- cd to Ihe public in I'.lnacre tracts, i within the next few month-. Kxpe.rts 'are now in the fores -ed at'-a miking a new appraisement., j The lands were olfered once before, t but the bids did not equal the Bp' ' praised value. One porpo.-'c of the 1 pivs'inl. a)iraisen'ent is to asrenain 'whether the price lirsr ilard on the lands was too high. The maxima. n area of 5-0 acn-s fixed by law is not large ettotteh to attracl big oienilor. ' Nevertheless", congress has set thi-; limit upon the sale of these lands, ' and Secretary liailiiige,- and his asso ciates are hopeful that success nttjv a -tend iiie efforts which are' liei,v unefe; I REAL ESTATE TKAHSFEXI , Compiled by th Graidy County , Abstract Company, 108 ' North 1 bird Street y4 4, 4. m F.Ian' Hand and wife to C. 1!. I'.asiar.. I'tC'S-l'i. $.IH. s'i. se: e'2 sw 17, lie sw; w'j nw ty: ne nw m-; nw lie m". e'. ne se lii li-7; se nw sw 1.' f-i anrl other lanel not in this cotin'v. I'hillip I'aririrel auit wife to It. D. Fort and wife. 7-:'."elo. S'.i.'i.'.n, lot- 1! and 12. section 17. eU w ' n..x-i . ne JO; se Hi acres lot lit; w acres lor In. 17-M-7. W. I.. Garner and wile to Fnnk .lames and I., ti. Cobb. lu:'', n. Si.iion, lots 1. ", II. 12, 1.1. I . bin, k r., Chick as ha. .Martin Htov.n ami 'wife- to (iey '. Cobb, ;t-lil-i;;i. $l.i:al, nU ne se ; n t" ' : 0 Se sw ;!i;-.V ano other '.and ir-.t in this county. Frances .K!n to James Whi:-h'-ad. W-i'l-lu. $:,oo. a'i nw -e; se nw :-e. ne se 2i.fl.r, and o her lanel in thi . county. Annie McGahey Kanks to 1". I!".g-I'l'-. !Utl. se- se se LM-i'.S, H C, ui. ne, ne nw ne 2-"' -S. N. G. S;ee p. to .1. T. 1 1 inogan. ''.j:,. ti, block I. Sice), lots ::. i. Chiokasha. Hill C,iie-s to .1, S. .Mullen i!i;a, ne nw t-'i i;. Ilarr (liiis-, in same, $sei. sw se nw, m sw nw 1- s. Cflitei- Tell to SJillli', 12.."i'. ne !w pw :u ii-'!. Asa Citlitt to same. $1:12. Mi. et, A nw 2 i .;;.:. Mr. Major Will Open a Studio DIAMONDS STOLEN. Muskogee. Okla.. Nov. 1 .Diamonds valued at Jl.iiUO were stolen from the show windows of the McFntee Jewel ry company here in broad daylight. The robbers secured the gi'ins and goi away wth them when the jeweler lock ed Ids store at the noon hour. Other valuable; jewelry alongside ihe dia monds w-cre not teme-hed. !!. A DUNLAP Dm: I i j i lias i IV !o'V to ..-I of tile !!; ! ,1 I ' : :d v n h !r Dm tll.it (-e i ve tt 1 MOVES, oved his boo, the building ill!.'!' hi bi- ap has more t his stock. He go holldav Jine. aia one Kllll e- SMALL AZE IN CLOSET. i T!u fire alram was turned in from ' jthe resilience of Geo. Hurley, yiK i N'ort h Fourth street, a little after Id j o'clock hi-1 night. The blaze started ;in a closet where a gas meter was lie j i tiled. It is supposed that a uiati-h had been carelessly dropped but no entire ; ly satisfactory explanation has be e"u j.'ttv.' ii, , Ibih' liaioage being June, ( j being put out in a few mill- i '.".;ps One dress was burned and the' Lester li. Major, a . prominent S'.i I.ouls musician, has permanently lo cated in this city and has arranged to open a studio in the Methodist church j w here his students will have the use of ; the pipe organ, lie will teach orcati.t piano and harmony, For nine years Mr. Major was a; teacher in St. Louis and for seven yeat s be was organist at the Webster Grin" j Congregational church, lie has given ! several pipe oigan recitals here and his ability in that line is well known. During Ids residence In .St. Louis he w as 8ssocia'ii as pupil and teacher w ith some cf the' best known iiiusirians In the country. : Mr. Major is a brother of T. V. .Ma- ' jor. the well known real estate man.! He Is arranging to give a recital in. about t wo weeks. walls ol ihe e io-ei w ere scorched. WHEN YOU PATRONIZE HOME MERCHANTS YOU ARE BOOSTING CHICKASHA. of the Oklahoma Cily Times and Flynn fully established the statement., of Henedict several there' is not g aid Harris and Flynn. forward the movenie'nt already way to return Flytiu to power in OI lahoma after Harris has concluded this campaian, which, from all ae--counis is certain to be disastrous io his polil ie-al hopes. On the subject of Haski'llisnl alone have Flynn. Cade Jones anil Fields anil others made speeches in this cam paign. The personality and the ability of McNoal have been silent issues that only McNeal himself has dlscussetlj H is a significant fact in this light that McNeal gets support of his own ability, his own merits, exclusive ly from him self. The Harris pre ss bureau has had little commendatory to say of hint, and i paid aviu tisetni-iit. in the Guthrie Capital contains about all the goeittha; paper has -aid about him. The ascendency of Flynn and the strong probability of bis hee-oming 11. e leader of his party at an early date have jij-rirfexod ihe most vocit'enms of campaign speakers am) there is a revo lution in the party pi'iiding that will scarcely wait until after November S to break out. It has ileadenied ihe po litical nerves of the ntei.-t aggressive of I Li iris' nun. I has taken the ginger and spji-e and 'refreshing cleverness from the' campaign I'ditorial that up n like Ifetealict iiave be-e-n writing mid has established a canneel editorial sys tem Idled with strings of figures that won't stanel the test of the records. wav. If tln forthcoming sale sit: u!d "steadies" and traveling alone'. I not lie a success congress will I " The e llie-e-r.t of the. new club are: urged ,v the secretary of the in'e.io. w ei'ks ago that , Jo,. Norwo.al. president ; Harry Darn- i to enlarge the maximum at e-a t hat an .. "'"' i mi', vice pri'Miiein ; woneinern omit. , one person eir eeiiK era and they tend to j under! Mi-. .!. ".. S.atrk-t and Mrs Gtigsiy went iD' ( li. lahotn.i City 'lay. being c alb d 'lo -ie by til. 11. I.. l I--;, r- iilii' -s iiiti." pun o; lie -pi. e .Ma li'r Satn Ow 7 You Can Thank Us for this Can Vclva in cans is the purest cane syrup in the world sold in the. purest way. They used to make this same rood syrup, flavor and all, years ao. Then it sort of became a lost art. : ''A "': &Z. '1-- '" '- ""I V if it Ve. ' '' ). :H' c-r;r"'--; - i - "- - : vtri-v: - S " ' .. 1 ; ' .- (.,' ! r.v hw ' . ... ou"il find V. S ' ; w A W i Breakfast Syrup litis that same okl-titib' suiack. We know it has the samp okl-timc purilv. Tho cieii is the only tiling IK'W about it and you can lliank lis for that. It k(- tn thi'";xooit iiisiel pauxl till yon y-t it. W!va ui inns trotn your irroccrs siicn is nt in i iii ia-iv .m-iisc uniti the lies! syrup ever made, drawn I'mni a sticky hairel in a Git'tv iiasi ini'iii. ' '