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CHICKASHA DAILY EXPRESS, CHIG'KAEIIA, OKLAHOMA. BQR 9 iw5 3 I 1 iiJi a ill ijUuu!u 'ur Cost Sale On Suits and O.Fercoa We are overstocked. They must go regardless of profits. EE WELL NFORCED Better Make Your Selec tion Now and Get Choice of Patterns ... . Nothing reserved. Special prices this week in all departments. 209 CHICKS AVENUE 209 CHICKASHA HANGING POSTPONED Special by United Press. London, Xcv. ,7. The dale of the hanging of 'Dr. 11. (, Crlppert for (he murder or his wifp lias been postpon ed two weeks or more. No definite date has been set hut it will probob.Iy be Nov. Si; The postiionaiuent was ordered by die home secretary It was staled thai the postponement had iiot.liing.to do Willi the Philadel phia report that" , Mrs. Crippeu was alive and was hiding as a part of a plot to send Crippcn to ihe gallows. COHPERS IN COMMAND State Department Interested. Wa'-hmslou. I.). ('., Xov. : 7. The Wale fl, !:;r::;:r..)( wij; prclnUy an t that any evidence that Mi f. Crip-,j pen .is alive, as reprr ute(J by aj Philadelphia lawyer, lie, laid ne ).., j liie British consul at Philadelphia. I'l -Mrs. Vripj.cn is alive, ? search forher j will lie made by the government Special by United Press. New York, Nov. 7. The joint execu tive committee of the local unions af filiated with the teamsters' union, which is holding a session tod a v. is determined to force peace with the express companies , or tie up every wheel in the city. One thousand tax- oeab drivers did not report for . duty this morning. President Oompers, of the Ameri can Federation of Labor, is directing the fight for the .strikers. Several express wagons went out today with the following Inscription en them: "This .wagon is engaged in inftn-ste.'c . wriacw " This was done to get around the decision of the city authorities that every ."agon must be licensed. Juvenile Whel Stolen Receive Returns Methodist Church A hoy's Crescent vheel was stolen ; in-m rear of Early hotet this mornim;. p. is announced that the election ,. "'".r" fo .,)ai,y Kx"rMS ; returns will be received Tuesday even lcccive reward. ing at the .Methodist church. Special .,., " i arrangements have been made for re- Milt M-NWlooJ it-rtx.m plastered IceiviiiK the prohibition returns house ), rent, lo nice people at $100 1 Music and other forms of ente-tain- Jc.u-. .See J. A. ilamon, G17 N. 12th. ; mcnt will be provided and everybody ; ' ' 1l-7-0t i is invited Gulhrie, Okla., Nov. 7. That the la j bur laws of Oklahoma are being: well Unforced Is the statement made by La bor Commissioner C. L. Daugherty in his annual report, just issued. .Mr. Daugherty states that practically three fourths of his time is consumed in look. ins after the enforcement of these laws, but that there has been very little trouble in that respect, except in con uectioii with the eight-hour law for work. Complaints of that sort have usually been given a personal Investigation by the commissioner, who reports that since the passage of the law. 300 of Iherr have been handled altogether, af fecting nearly 25,000 common laborers who receive froj $1.75 to $2.00 per day. During the past year the depart ment has handled more than 400 cases, located In fifty or more cities of the state. The trouble over wages has In volved anywhere from 1 to 5 cents per hour. Conditions regarding female and child labor are reported as very satis factory. While there has been a de cided Increase in the number of fe males employed, they seem to have held their own as to wages and hours, while inspections by the labor depart- j went have provided better sanitary 1 conditions and belter safe-guardintr of! machinery. More children are also em ployed, but they are for the most part 1 carrier boys around newspaper offices. ! a large number of children having been enioved from institutions where em-! ployed in violation of the law. The subject of cheap foreign Iabo ' represented especially by cheap Mexl-' can laborers, is given considerable I space, and several incidents cited in ' regard to the poor treatment accorded ; to these laborers, who are paid from ' from $1.15 to $1.25 a day. The section : of the constitution prohibiting the es tablishment of a state immigration bu-; reau is referred to with approval and in that connection Mr. Daugherty says: "This department lias persistently re. fused to Issue employment bureau li censes tq .firms who indicated that.they were operating with a view of Import, ing foreign labor of any character." The commissioner reports several prosecutions commenced for violations of the eight-hour law, which have either been dropped or afe still pend ing. The one prosecution for bringing in laborers without informing them of the existence of a strike was also drop ped for lack of evidence. The one case involving the service letter law is pend. ing in the supreme court on an appeal from Oklahoma county, the constitu tionality of the law' having been attack- ed in the lower court. One decision which is decidedly favorable to union labor was that by. Judge Bailey at Chickasha, where a boycott was estab lished against a nonunion planing mill and a temporary injunction issued against the unions, but dissolved on fi nal hearing. $5o.oo Wilton, 9x12 Rugs, now $4o.oo 37. 5o Wilton, 9x12 Rugs, now 3o.oo 25, oo Axminster,9xl2 Rugs, now2o.oo I6.00 Tapestry, 9x12 Rugs, now 12.5o 9. oo Ingrain, 9x12 Rugs, now 7.2o , 7.oo Ingrain 9x12 Rugs, now 5.6o 5.5o all Cotton Mattress, now 4.4o 2.5o Cotton Mattress, now 2.oo 2 o Per Cent Dis count on all Goods If you have not visited our upstairs show rooms since our new fall stock arrived, you have missed a rare treat, and we invite you to come now; we will show you goods selected for style, quality and durability. WIS ARE AXOCIATK DISTRIBUTER.' UK .LIMEEHTJ?1 HOLLAND-DUTCH & craft :4, ;'",: t , , . ! -'J'. , , '(" - ,Vt , . " til ' - I WITl L 'v P j l or v r HVtr " fcf IIOO1'. 9 V Hi " IOOI Goods Sold on EASY PAYMENTS During This Sale 11141 . uee mm I ion, vT't Flander's Dining Room Sets, fumed and early English finish. It is well worth your while to visit our Dining Room Section. Bed Room Suits. A big line in Circassian Walnut, the most durable and serviceable as well as beautiful. Then our Birds Eye Maple line.the Dressers and chiffonier with the secret drawer. A customer never buys elsewhere when they see them. aycom FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING Anderson F lower Sho vQ 0 Plans drawn by Archiler't W. h. McAI.ee for a $2.).(KKi stone and brick building at Alius hiive been accc.pt- ted. J, C. Peeves, a farmer from Duncan. is trading in. the city today.. .Mrs. S. K. Talkingtoif of Vcrtlcn U a Chickasha shojipcr today. .Mrs. B, P. Smith asks every one who has potted flowers to enter in the flower show to bring- same to the build ing of Claycomb & Anderson's furni ture store Thursday morning, Novem ber 10. Anyone who has flowers or plants who does not wish to compete, but would be willing to put same on dis play, is asked to bring them Thursday morning and excellent care will he taken of same. Following is a list of premiums of fered: . Plants, First premil m ' . $2.50 Second premium poo Best collection of plants.... 5.00 Ferns. First premium .;,o Second premium '. . j-, Best collection of ferns.' 2.50 Begonias Best Collection Roses. (Any one color.) Best doz i-0 Second best do... 7,-. Best collection t Dahlias. ( Any one color.) Best doz cut flowers '. .', Second best doz cut flowers, Asters. (Any one color.) Best V doz cut flowers Second best M doz cut flowers. Carnations. Best V2 doz cut flowers 1.00 2.50 00 1.00 .50 1.00 .50 Home Visitors' Excursion Rate s VIA On November 7th the Frisco will pell round trip tickets to various points in ILLINOIS, INDIANA, KENTUCKY. MICHIGAN, NEW YORK, OHIO and PENNSYLVANIA at greatly reduced rates. Tickets will be limited to reach ori ginal starting point returning not later than midnight of lw. i-i Htm " H. H. McLeROY, Agent. Phone 21(1 First premium I.OO Second premium .50 Best collection : 3.00 Chrysanthemums. Class A Cut Flowers. First Premium, best doz 1.50 Second Premium, best doz... $1.50 Best Collection of Cut Chrysan themums $:s.00 Class B Crowing Plants. Best V2 doz 2,50 Second best ',. doz 1.50 Best collection, not less than 20 plants 5.00 j Geraniums. I neconu nest y2 doz cut flowers.. .50 Best collection of fioweis, any variety, any kind 2.50 Best, collection of plants, any j variety, any kind 0.50 j No florist will be allowed to com- j P( te. .Indues have the richl tn h.-ir am- and all plants which they think have no right to compete. Ten cents entrance fee will be charged in each class. The judges will make the awards Saturday morning. There will j..lso he house plants for Rale. H. A. Dunlap has offered' a beautiful jardinere as a premium on the- best single cut chrysanthemum. Owsley's Jewelry Store has offered an exquisite blue delta vase as a. pre mium on the best single poUed chrys aanthenium. , Nothing Like Cosy Fireside Comfort 1 1 f i 4 f eriect Bakmsrs A1 ways j' 1 -ft' i . I - I sHirt i-A flour U cut.) 1 il-.'nimr itaepoon llal:h ? .a tiif -on stijfiir "1 i 'ft' noon sun 2 J.i-i-h Z Cur?:; !-C'- mi.k S!f"1.-..ri,;,r)hnf.,.AU fi,.. (I.,.,- 1 I richer mnftniKnilMintt nM . luuitiw : ir u Ji.atiij vi f:ftt HEALTH CLUB .Dakinjj Powder through its great leavening force is a safeguard against baking failures. Thousands of women, who are praised continually for their baking ability, know this to be a fact. ' Health Club is economical, too. It works as well in cold water as other powders do with milk. And you need use only half as much, as one teaspoon of Health Club goes as far as two teaspoons of the other kinds. Every ounce of Health Club receives the oven test before it is marketed. Enough for one average baking is selected at random from 100 pounds or more and given a test in baking. Baking Powder is not a bv-product or side line with us. We ms.ke Health Club and nothing else. It has been our sole work for 20 years. Consequently our combined ability is directed in producing the very highest grade product possible. The popularity of Health Club testifies to our success. We could charge more for it and get it, but I cent an ounce is the right price. It's extravagance to pay more. , Ticket Agent Weds an El Reno Girl A warm fire and a good light to read by, an Electric Light it gives you more light and eye-comfort for less money, than any other light. A Hi JT 11 . - ' One Cent an Ounce .Mr. Bert Graniee of ihis city went j 10 hl Hen-i Saturday evening and sur- pnseu nis friends by bringing home a ' bride. .Mr. Graniee and .Miss Mat tie j Dell Blackburn were quietly married ' at the bride's home Saturday at Si.'ioj p. m. They returned to Chit-kasha I the same night: and yesterday they were given an announcement dinner' by .Mrs., C. E. Xewman. j -Mr. Graniee is ticket agent at the i ; Frisco depot and has numerous j friends in the city to rongratiilate him. He and his bride will make their home in the Choctaw flats. Chickasha Light, Heat & Power Co. 317 Chickanha Ave. Wat lias heen produced in the light opera in recent, years, remaining four ."Hum in uoee (iiuereii! tiica'iY-s jn Xew York amj 200 nights in Chicago mi; w i-ncs ic mm m ine lar caM.i rn cities picturing typical city lite union- tne "too." , Phone 100 T.ayton Pure l ooil Co. (.. I Si. Loui, ill. 10c 15c 25c IN SOCIETY'S WHIRL AT THE NEW STAR. ! j a bit In advance of all other! j society com(ii,, is .l,Ht ; .S, p,ty-Si I Whlil," . llnward'M most fni,.,.,.srni i j comedy. This particular play not otiiy j j possesses Mr. Howard's best music ' j but its plot is worked out as stronglvj as any of our best dramajlc attrac-i j Hons. .Mr. Howard wrotp this play ex..' ipviy for hiinM!f ami David Bewisi and lis fRnee-s has etpiali-d aniUiipg ! Remember Nov. 11. i The Florence Wright Co., the .second number of the Y. M. c. A. cmrs:". comes on this dale. To all lover of music this attraction wiii be a trosit. in addition to this strong talent .Miss Wright, the reader. Kivcs c-ulfinps from "Quo Vadis" and in encoics the audi ence is delighted. Prof. Cumiioi k of the School of Otatory, Nortlmestcrn I'niveri-ity, says that. .Miss Wright is a reader of exceptional ability, intrdli Scut, impressive and artistic. Season ai;d siiisle tickets can be proi tired at t tun I.-i n'ss Four ""!, ,. ... .1 ' r t'1-"""" aiLi-j uijb oily and each one high srade. YOU CAN BUY ANYTHING YOU WANT IN CHICKASHA AT PRICES A3 LOW AS THE LOWEST, ....GO TO DR..J. A, -A. . 5 DENTIST '. ynr , ,,,K)v .I '","1"""'' H will ,nt.rt 'j; f""" tcni, ' ' 't "rk lutnn. Andcr- s son s Antigep. tic MOUTH Price 25c Tn,., laity ,,f It, M,w,mrli).,,r,.v fmhy. Wafiniwtiirwln,,,! nn, ,y t)r v rff ''i""' '''"'"' "". or mn Kt Si.e-vtn), olphig Hlill. I -hsncVii. i'l!PsChkk ha Av,-.