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T ; v I I J J . .4 4 ; K. OKtAHOniASLruOGnATIC' probiKt!oiT.7ip by; 30,000 an J .l''t6nstitutioR'-Thre8to One. - i ... Ihe Whole State ; Ticker; Headed by Charles X. Haskell, of lltxskogeei V Was Elected. j rli ... '-. eiOtLiD: BADLY TED, V SAYS GRIGHtQII-BROUillE Eminent Physician Denounces :. Craz3 for patting Thin. -V? ' v -. " . Oila-h6maCity.-r-Retuin3 from the larger cities and ; counties of Okla-i homa and Indian . Territory. Judicata tnat the constitution of the. proposed new State has been adopted by 60,000, majority; thar the prohibition clause of the constitution'' "has been ratified by 3 0,0 00, . and that the. Democratic State .ticket, .headed by CL : N. Haskell for Governor, has beenr elected." iff The Legislature is Democratic by a large majority, 'and will elect as United . States Senators Robert L. Owen, a Cherokee Indian and T; P. Gore, a blind man-They were nom inated by primaries iri 3"Une. . ;' ' In the Congresselection the Demo- crats seem to have chosen four, of the five Representatives. The candidates probablyelected-are": ;.:, i ; ' First' District Former Delegate7 to Congress Bird S. McGuire, Repub lican. Second District E.v; L..- Fulton, Democrat, defeating ex-Territorial Governor 15. B. Ferguson.- ' Third District James Davenport, Democrat., ' ' . Fourth t District C " D. Carter, Democrat. '. . Fifth District Scott Ferr is, Dem ocrat. . , - V The new State must await the con stitution's Indorsement by President Roosevelt, 'who will either approve Or reject it upon his judgment as to whether it conforms to the enabling act of Congress and the Constitution, -of the United States, v " ' . ' In the enabling act Congress pro--vided tor prohibition la Indian Terri tory until January 1, 1927i The pro-' tiibition clause "voted on 'applies the ' came provision to the Oklahoma side of the new State.- '.- , If It has carrledas. it' now seems State-wide prohibition will be a part of the constitution for twenty-one years, and at the end of that period will remain in force Indefinitely un less repealed. FOR CAPITOIi FRAUDS. ' :r-f ) . , .... ; DRIVES MANY TO STIMULANTS Warrants For Fourteen Men Involved in Harris burg S candal. Harrisburg, Pa. The long expect ed arrests of those held to be respon sible for the frauds committed . in furnishing aild ' decorating Pennsyl vania's $13,000,000 Capitolhaye been made, the Attorney-General causing warrants to be -issued for fourteen of the eighteen persons and firms named by the Capitol "Investigation Commission as being involved in the' xcandaL;... ,V- .;v, ..-, - Thoseforwhom-warrants-were is-1 Dtam:the.3bfnscatIon they desired. In Dread Vjf Being Suspected of .Glut f I tony People Only Indulge Their, V Hejilthy Appetites in Secret Demand For "LIqaor Sweets.' ' : i T-Qndon, England. Sir ' James Crichtbn-Browne,' in delivering the presldentia,! address a.t the annual meeting' the, ' Sanitary Inspectors' "Association: at Llandudno, referred to the Englisn meat supply ; and urged the abolition of ' private slaughter houses and the providing of public abattoirs and a central o'ffice for meat inspection! Then people , nb longer would find "prise Christmas fat beef absolutely filled with generalized tu berculosis," He added: "If Chicago haa its jangle London has its dismal swamp." - I That the public would not protect Itself, Sir James said, was proved by the fact that a certain American brand, of jam, advertised as .the finest raspberry, bears on its label. the gen erous impression: "This Jam is made of glncose.V with artificial seeds and Is colored r with., harmless aniline dyes." rThIa. candor is rewarded by a large, sale. In anotherpart of his address the eminent physician denounced what he described as the prevalent craze for getting thin All the fashionable food fads, follies of the hour, he said, were in the nature of ; deprivation. At one time the tendency was to stuff and. every naw. nutriment-was hailed I as a boon to humanity.. . 1 f . - il . . a m l m . ow vaepraaQiam naa swung to the other extreme. Aldermen . are like laths and. cltisens train down as for athletic; sbrts Qnly duodecimo portions' are served at dinners, i On all hands the cry is that we eat, too much. So fierce In some quarters ia the propaganda of dietetic . ascetism that In dread of being suspected ofj KiuLioay peopje omy inauige tneir healthy appetite In secret; . This craze, added Sir James, -was producing a debility which sufferera therefrom were seeking to combat bjj inauigeuce , in . aiconol and narcotics. There wasJ a ' great consumption ol 'llq.uor sweets : things which con tained in a sugar or chocolate casing rum, gin and llauon. The -surreptitious consumption ol drugs, too, seemed for the same rea son tobe growing'. .Chloroform and other intoxicating drugs were being. Incorporated in lozenges, which were particularly favored by women, who round-that thereby they were able ta f ; i . . ( 1 Cells a Story of Awful SnSTerlns t3 .s -: ;.: Wonderf I. Belief..,.-: i ' .; ';' Mrs. J. D. Johnaoa, of 60S' "Wst Hickman St., Columbia, Uo., says: VFdlJowIng an operationitwoyear8 ,ag,o,1 dropsy v set'.i in; and my . left side, was .3o swollen . the doctor x-"- f aaid' he would hatve t iff" S U9 ' the wdtor. H sit - - " Tner9 " traa . oa11 k&Si'JLu Pain 'and 'V'-gnrgl'ias.i AL..L? -v aensatirm" arriuiMi -m"Y ' &Zt: heart, and I could not vSV'i praise , my arm above 3 ered and passages of 'the secretioBS tod frequent. ' On the" advice of "py,., husband I began using Doan's" Kidney Pills Since using two boxes' my trouble haa . hot reappeared. This la wonderful; after suffering two years." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo N. Y.- :, sued are: T Joseph M. Huston, archi tect, and his active assistant, Stan ford.B. Lewis, both of Philadelphia i John H. Sanderson , Philadelphia, chief contractor tor furnishings; Con gressman H. Burd .CasseU Marietta. Treasurer and Executive . Officer ol the Pennsylvania Construction Com pany, contractors for steel filihg cases; James H.' Shumaker, Johns town, former Superintendent of Pub lic Grounds and Buildings, who re ceipted for the furnishings; Georg H. Payne and his partner, Charles G. .Wetteri both of Philadelphia, builder? of the Capitol and contractors for th 5303,000 attic; - William P. Snyder Spring City, kformerA'uditor-General, who approved the warrants of th contractors; William L. Mathues Media, former State Treasurer, wh paid the bills of the contractors; Charles F. Kinsman, Wallis Boileau John G. Neiderer and Georze C A Sardonic Satisfaction. "You enjoy going to the theatre?" . ttYest answered; Mr. Meekton. ' , "But don't care much for musical plays.";. .-. ; : - "No. What I enioy is to take Hen rietta where there is a , whole Jot, of jonversation going on in. which . she $an,t say a word.,, . ' RFTEOI YEARS OF ECZEHA; Terrible. Itchias'' Prevented Steep . Uaads, Arms, and "Less Affected 4irec in C D'aja' by Cntirnra. ; : , Tt bad eczei&,&rly fta yus. The nffected parts ve sgrihand, as-ua;aad leg. Thar -wor Ui yqTX ia thr winter tim and wera, always Uhy, aad I' eould not kepN fron MfaUalo ttiwji. I had to ke? b,tK nds bandt&xi sfl th time, jrnd a .niit l; whU by-W ecratali' tfyei iha himUm m. .iUhing was! s6 wrere, . aA4 si tits a ,1 ttouU bar to tear-reryUiintf cU xay, aaods to scWsh thi. skm. - 1'cooild Bol'rwii or alssp. Jkhad sersral pbveioiaas treat ms, Vut tksy cod not avo'sto a psmaiisot''eur,' ipr fiyu cwsW - they itop tka itiihigLg. ; Aftsx uiz tho Oatifiurs Soap, cms hex Ctkars,' Cfept.' meal 'd ' two bottls"'CttticuraHasQlvent fo sKou dut'dsjn tb itchini" Ited ceased.' w ww ioni ssve aisappsaiad, ana I iwer feUMelter in soyhfs tVan I do now. Bdwsr WoroU, Band JOth, U. ! S. wtaotry, ror uxook, xfebxaaka." , . i . . ... ... . . . . . , ' The road leading- to justice is the saxesc iiesioa. . . ; ... M ,4 ji;7' i t;t-. OvorwriblrninTp Vegetable Cbrti pound Succoodsl WlsliulSi!!) ! No longer Iet.;us'. be talking here nor put off the work God has intrust- 3d to our hands. liomer. (Dcioaaitocc CUIJBERUJiD-EVERBEARHIfl APRIL 20 TO JULY 4TH.' q i; T 1 r, v, C qnirements of the public were fully Storm, all of Philadelphia,. tock:4 ?onsIdered ftnd th " u.iS holders in the Pennsylvania Bronzi Company, organized by Sanderson foi the manufacture of the ?2, 000,005 lighting fixtures; Frank Irvine, Audi tor in the Auditor-General's office who audited the accounts of th,e con tractors. " V- - The principal defendants were hel in $60,000 ball, which was furnished in every Instance by surety -com panies. - JERSEY DEMOCRATS NOJIINATE Prank S. Katzenbacb, Jr., is . Garnet For Goventor in Trenton. ' A Trenton, N. J. Former - Mayo? Frank S. .Katzenbacb, Jr., of JTren Ton, was nominated for Governor bj the Democratic State Convention oi the first ballot. Before the announce ment of the result of the vote all can. aidates with complimentary votei rere withdrawp and their s- votei ehanged to Katzenbacb, making hii nomination unanimous. Former . .ate Chairman William B Gourley, of Passaic, was permanent chairman. - The convention was entirely har monious, and the platform, as pre pared by the State Committee, wai adopted with .-slight": changes. , Thq principal fatnres;of the platform arg a declaration for- a general house cleaning IX State departments, foi the taxation locally of main stem rail road property, and the franchises ol public utilities companies. The plat form was entirely silent on the exclsa Question. ADVOCATES STATE OWNERSHIP, Lord Brassey Says Railways Should Belong to Public. Liverpool, England. Presiding at a meeting of the Associated Cham bers of Commerce here Lord Brasse$ appeared in a new role that of an advocate of the State ownership of; railroads. v , ,. He referred to the growing demand that the railroads should be managed solely In - the interests of : the. publio service and not for the benefit of the shareholders, and declared that if a change xf ipolicy were seriously pro posed there could hardly be a doubt that it would receive the support of parliament. In Continental Europe,- Lord Bras sey added, where the railroads -were the property of the State, the re- ; ' Hvrg -TWa? - v" ' ' "v - .'.We oiler Oao Haadrod Dollass Seward foz any c&jsb oi Cstarch that cannot b cured by Ball's Catarrh Cure. , F. J. Casxxr Co., Takdo, O. We, tho nwiorsimod, have known JP. J. CVeaey for las bat 15rs, and belUve haa "perfectly boaorsblo ia all business traasactioms and Baogislly aUs to- carry out any obligation m&de by hia firm. Wajuui0. hsxxjm ; a ALsjaviar, ' .Whola , sslo Drugsvits, Tolodo, O. i - ; . HsU's Catarrh Curt is taken internally, act ing direct ry upoa tao blooa and mufiuoussur faces of the Byslom. Testioioaials sent tree. I'rie, 756. per bottk: told br all Drugcists. Take Hall's ifaauly Pills for constipation. Rewords T and punishment are the basis of good -government. -Nepos.' FITS, St. Vitus'DancerNervons Diseases per manentlycnred by Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. 88 trial bottle and treatise free. Dr. H.R. Kline, Ld.,031 Arch St., Phila., Pa. There are countless roads on all sides to the grave. Cicero. lira, Wlrsxow's Soothing Syrun for Children teetbing,softens thegams,redncesinnamma tion, allays pain, cures wind colic, 25c a bottle ... -, , , , .. . ' Hewho ' has a good-, nest finds ' good inends. Portugese.. ; - After Close Inspection. The mountain peak, The groves, of qine, At. ten per week v - Were very fine. The mountain view 'was grand tosee. iJut home looks pretty good to me. .' . .- . . The ocean spray,', The rare, salt breeze, At two per day, . .. , Were quite the cheese, . . I liked to watch the billows foam, Still, things look pretty good at home W. L. - 0 U G LAS S3.00 El S3.50 SHOES tSI'worlo P?-8HOE8 FOR EVERY MEMBER OFkoa ' H; y THE FAMtLYrrT ALL PRICES. 7&& . . tn nilf To mm : J7jn iMwr mmrw. iW any am who omn prom IV. JL. mm mom mrr malm a mail Ktbun any otlror mantriacimrxurm THE REASON W. L. Douglas shoes are worn by more people In all walks of life than -any other make, is because of their excellent style, eay-nttlEg, and superior wearing qualities. The selection of the leathers and other materials for each part of the shoe, and every detail of the making is looked after by the most completeorganixation of superinteadents.f oreroenand skilled shoemakers, who reeeire the highest, wages paid In the shoe industry, and whose workmanship cannot be exeelled. 4 ui could taKe you into my large lactones at is rock ton. Mass., snd show you how carefully W. L. Douglas shoes are made, you . would then understand why they hold their shape, fit better. wea longer and are of greater value than any ether make. S i. . tat ssr awrv BFcm Rty $4.00 mnd S5.C3 GUI ls& Cfwa oannot bo 0Caa?Jad UAUTH direct to factory. Shoes sent everywhere by mail. Catalog free. WXJGslas, Brockton, Maes. '.ONI The renuine have W. Douglas name and Dries stamped on bottom. Take uNo Substitute. Ask your dealer-for W. L. Douglas shoes. If he eannot supply you, send considered .and thee results to the Treasury were satisfactory, while in Great Britain competition , was car ried to excess, an immense jamount of capital was wasted, shippers were dis satisfied with the burdensome rates; ana tne employes were discontented with their wages and hours of labor. AMHERST BOY COMMITS SUICIDE. American Biflemen Afin. ; American riflemen who won ,tbe Palnia trophy at Ottawa, Ont., darins a visit at Oyster Bay were told; by President Roosevelt that in future wars marksmen will cut a muci larger figure than in the past. Paper Trust Condemned. The American NewsDaper Publish ers, at a-special meeting, resolved to call the attention of the President and xne Department of Justice to the al leged unlawful combination of white paper manufacturers. ; - ,"' Edward H. Wright relanchbly and I ' Afraid "of ..Becoming Insane. v Amherst, Mass. Edward H. Wrights son of W.E. -Wright, a mer chant, of Adams, N. Y., and a student in Amherst College, cut his .throat with a razor in his room in the tower of Nash's block. He died a few min utes--later.'. It ia. supposed the young man was. suffering from melancholia. l ; He bad. been troubled withJInsom nia, and a letter to his father indi cated that ho was fearful of becoming insane., Wright had entered the Jun ior class on a certificate from Colgate University.- .. . , INRUSH OF IMMIGRANTS. Indications That All Records .Will Be V , Broken This Year.. ' - Washington, D. C. -Immigration, according to indications, will be heav ier this year than ever before. Dur ing August admitted aliens'numbered 98,825, an Increase of twenty-one per. cent, over August1905, and fifty-six per cent, over August, 1905. During the last six months the. total immigra tion was 819,951, an increase of four teen per cent, over the same period last year. . The immigration from Russia is in- I creasing and is greater than from any other" country. '" , .. .'. ' . - Conan Doyle Married. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Visa Jean, Leckie were married in London, v f arrl dxietg teiltt and 1"- 'As So. S9-07 JN aft " Side and Centre , . Crank 3 Engine la.ro5c? LOMBARD ict'ftdry, Kactuns and Boiler Worb ui lupplj Stsra . AUGUSTA. GA 1 f One. of the greatest triumphs of Ljdia E- Pinkhaon's Vegetable Cbm , pound is tiie conquering of ( sw Oman's dread en my 'lumor, '. The growth of a tumor is so in sidious that frequently its L presence is wholly tmsuspected until it la well ' advanced.'-' :''- y- '.-;' ".-'.'"'"; : ' So called . ' wandering:' pains" may come from its 1 early stages or the ' presence of ' danger may "be 1 made manifest by excessive monthly periods ' accompanied by tmusual pain, 1 from the abdomen through the groin arid thigh.- i( v; r;:v-' . - : If you have mysterious pains, if there are indications of inflammation . or displacemrnts, secure a bottle of Lydia ). Pirikbam's Vegetable Com pound, "made from native roots and herbs, right away and begin its se. -The following letters should coa vince every- suffering : woman, of its virtue, and that it actually ; does conquer tumors. i Mrs. May Fry, of 836 W. . Colfax Ave. , South jBend, Ind., writes ; . Dear Mrsi Pinkham : ' I 1 take great pleasure in' wriV Ing td thank yem for what Lydia E.. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has done for me. I also took the Blood Purifier in "alternate doses with 'the Compound. Your medicine removed a cyst tumor of four years; growth, which three of the best physicians declared I had. - They had said that only an operation could help me. I am very thankful that I followed a friend's advice and took your medicine. I Unas made me a strong and well womairand I shall recommend it as long as I live.'" ' Mrs, E. F. Hayes, of 2J Euggles St , Boston, Mass., writes : Dear Mrs. Pinkham: I have been under different doctors' treatment for a long time without relief. They told me I had a fibrid tumor, my abdomen was swollen and ' I suffered with great pain. I wrote to you for advice, you replied : and I followed your directions carefully and today I am a well women. Lydfa E. . Pinkham's Vegetable Compound ex pelled the tumor and strengthened my whole system." :.. -. : i r.": - ' - . ' ' i Mrs, Perry Byers, of Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, writes : . ...:.:;-;: . Dear Mrs. Pinkham : . ' . . . ' 'l waaold by my physician that I . bad a fibroid tumor and that I would have to' be Operated upon X. wrote to you for advice, which I followed care fully and took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Confpound. I. am not' only cured of the tumor butrother female troubles and can do. all my own work ' after eight 'years of suffering."" - . ivi Mrs. S. J. Barber of Scot ;N. Y. writes : . ;v Dear Mrs. Pinkham:1 ' " " ' r ."Sometime ago ;I wrote you -for advice about a tumor which the. doctors thought would have to be. removed. Instead I took- Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and to-day am a well woman."! .T . v. ' :j . ' Mrs:" M. M . Funk; Vandergrif t, Pa. , -writes:' ' ;-- Dear Mrs. Pinkham 4 . :.' ' 1 " ' " ' 1 1 I had a tumor and Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound -removed it for me after two doctors had given me up. I was sick four years before I began to take' the Compound! " I now recommend Lydia E. Pinkham's Veget able Compound far and near.-- Such testimony as above is con vincing evidence that Lydia E. Pink , ham's. Vegetable . Compound stands without a peer as a remedy for Tumor Growths as well as other distressing ills of women, and such symptoms as Bearjngown Sensations,- Displace ments,, Irregularities and .Backache, etc. Women should remember: that it is Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound that is curing so many wbmerl ; Don't . forget1 to insist - upon it when some druggist asks you to accept something else which he calls "just as good." , ' ' ! .-.-. ' . -' i " '" 7 a Mrs. PlckSan's Inritatloa to Wccca. . i . : i-i ' . - ' ' ; Women suffering ; from any form of female weakness .are invited to Lwrlte ' Mrs., Pinkham, Lynn. Mass., for advice. She is the -Mrs.' Pinkham who has been advising sick women free of charge for more than twenty years,; and before that she assisted her mqther-in-law, Lydia E. Pink ham in advising. Thus she is especially well qualified to guide sick women back, to health. ' 1 ; . Light SAWMILLS LATH ANO SHINGLE !JACHI!IES,: SAWS AND SUPPLIES. STEAM AND ! . GASOLINE ENGINES. . Try EOMBARDgS A Bum pe r Wheat Crop. it - - To produce a "bumper wheat crop it Is absolutely necetsaiy ; tnat you supply to your land,one or more of the three element! or plant food which your soil to badly needs: phosphoric acid, nitrogen (or amraoxua ana potasn. ne iioerai use oi :you". Virginia-Carolina Fertilizers, (say 2ooto 500, pounds to the acre) will meet this deficiency. yields.-; These fertilizers on account of the phosphoric acid they con-' .tain, promote the growth and development of the grain and hastens ' maturity ; the nitrogen br ammonia of which they are a part, increases .-the growth of leaves and stalk and its potash gives strength to the stalk "' and assists in the development of the gram. i V. So use Vixginia-Carolina Fertilizers and greatly 'Increase your 'yields per acre.".; Don't buy any substitute brand, which some dealer may 1W you Is just as good. If he cannot supply you, .write us U direct tor the goods and tell us your dealer's name. -VIRGINIA-CAROLINA CHEMICAL COMPANY, SALES OFFICES: W T V Mi Richmond, Va. Durham, N. C. Charleston, S. C. : v Atlanta. Ga. s , - I t . 9 O . . T J ' . ' . Baltimore, Md. . Norfolk, Var Montgomery Alar" ,r- r" - v. 7i II 4 if,' Tf ATM a the coxroar phes mm iho cottou rflctloa for the PmM quarter of v eentorr. ..We CMufaraUti Jt conuleM bi u nxiurea complete with tri.td lotruetlen and cuts for thoae thf wat t buld ttoo--woo.- worjc themtelTe.; Write TOWER MFG.- CO. CkAttaaaiooria, Tenn. Rcoflm au rwalllar in 8 to st days ; effect permanent car ia 30 to 60 days. Trial treatment stven free. 27othln;can be fairer I Write Dr. H. H. Gr etn't Sont. kk43MolaHsts. Bex 8 Atlasta. Qa. Color more raods brighter and faster colon than any other dv t)n lArJ mrkuM mtrtm nil titer. Thr dT. In cold, water better than any other dye. Yott saa;dye anysarmen frjtho.wt r4ppin. apart, grite-ifee'Tree booklet How to ujre, Bleaea and Jilx Colors.' Itt ONE. OB ltB-VVt CO- Qnlncr, lllineia. - " Autocracy's Carniyal rtof Death, r According to Russian police statis tics, thirty-one sentences of death were '- executed in August and : 30 1 persons were assassinated, of whom 107 were Government officials and 202 were, citizens. . ! j v- Criminal Prosecution Advocated.: Henry i Clews in an address before tria TTAntitrkv : Bankers' Association, ple, following a surgical operation, 'at 'Louisville defended President, iae result- r ij fn.. nnitMea nnil Advised crime T, , -"" .. uwMas vuuiiaticu ui 1 xvuusey cn s Vv,.s,w Dcath FoUowed Surgical Operation. aCaptain Simon Cook, U SAN.; after an illness;. of . two weeks, died at St.. r"- ;i hi 1 w- - ---- 'rC CEO. I "i -j- '..,--. . -(-. 1 - , . ) Yoti( should know, if you srrffer from any of the pains due to wonoanly trouble that it is possible to be .relieved or cured by the use of CarduL Fifty years, and over, of unexampled success, 11, the treaty ; ted what. Cardui . can do, for others, since, in that time, it has benefited over, a million wcmenlr ?H ".Cardui has' cured me," writes Mrs. Chas. Will- iams, of Vyjllow Shoals, Ky., "and I praise it above all other medicines. "Before I betran to use it: X was almost dead. il had uffexed for five (5) years, jwith female trouble, experienced death ly pains, every month. I had doctors from different places, but none of them did me any good, and I ran down to 97 pounds. "Atl4s . wrota yotirfbr advice ,an3 began to take Cardui. ' In three months I was like a new woman. I 81RS. C. williamd continued to improve and now I am teU, weigh 67 1-2 pounds more, than before I began, and am able to do my; work. ' ' JTry it. . T"" ytJT ' tjO ft? vwte&rFr64-fert Book far woomo. 'b yan neea as i.1 4Uii ) uu 4,iv vice, (SeiRrfb atTaaptoaas, etntlnc cs naa wo wul rept ; rrT T ArTff Pin eeaiea envelope Acarew: ( i-uen Aaviaary x i.' Wii F"'"1"? " Tlx Omttnnocg aSediclM Co, cnttrnnoogn, xena. V. ly ia no Philippines.' 1 Inal prosecution of trusts.