Oklahoma City Daily Pointer (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 290, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 2, 1910 Page: 4 of 8
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SCHOOL BOARD STANDING ON
THRESHOLD OF BITTER WAR;
CHALLENGE DUNCAN'S RIGHTS
Oklahoma City Is wondering who will f t hl«
be the next superintendent of public In
struetlon, the regular Mine for the ap-
pointment of whom Ik tomorrow night.
J. It. Taylor, who was elected presl-
d( i.t of tin* State Teacher' association
In the convention which has juat ended.
m III be an applicant for i< ippolutmcnt. j
It remains to lie seen whether he can
develop enough strength > again secure
the plnoe. Member* of school boar I
inlet viewed y«■ I >
hilt till* l« denied by Tay
The present liieuiiibent also met with
oppoHition when he sought re (deletion
tin.. years ago uii.I again two years
N\ \ Itranilenbu rg, superintendent of
schools of Mfls-.n City. Inwii. will be n
I'.'didhlate for the local superlntendeiici
lie ha-* been in «iklahoma City several
I u y k it is believed ilnit Brandenburg
i Mum • ''Ms "ecured the promiae i f some sup
subject' I l",rl ainon« the l•• >ni-«l members, and tlinl
j he may be u formidable
,, 1 hinted that there linn be other
, # tioally denied a |(tM ,M|| no „,|HM untiles are
to the effect that he had pnhll. lv | ( ,,,j,,^
board l« not compelled to
lection tomorrow night. an
agreed to support Tn
In return for the flghl Tn
the presidency >>f the teacher*-' mso. . i ,
ti. ii. which resulted in keeping tlie uini ,
from falling into the hands ->f any pos
•llde opponent to I). I Cameron for tie ,,
hi ate so per I ii tendency
"I Imve Iiotliliif to "Hill Mr
Swart out. i will not sn • whether I | i
mil tip anyone any prom- h
Jiave or have
ment (hill the
Ptljeis have I
have dene and
take the atni
things which t he
■en saving about what f
will do are Just mo much
to anyone else.
able to gain Nome re-
lation about my we If by
rs," he added, sarcastic-
II In said Hint lira
>r the place Inst year, by
rr!vcd too la to to land It
lb-cause Ills sleeping' ap
ow In the I'otirth ward
i' was elected. many belle*
utican hith forfeited his n
ie board of education.
Since he was elected. Mr.
old l he Saratoga hotel,
\ulue of ndtrrlUIng: •* lotucd entlridjr Oil Its r«MMlllft KHling power* ti miikro little
ifTerence how much clrciiluf Ion a medium him If It doen not deliver the good* for the
d vert Iter.
Il i« Rreut h|ie« ulnlion for 11 hit ine><n limn to advertise Id* komIm to i lio:ihwmIn of
• rople u ho lite ninny of ttiem ever h hundred niilrx from Oklahoma City. One pro*-
Mtlie buyer riKht here at home | worth a hundred who hate to ride mile*, on the
rsln to «el here.
Il costs ti big advertiser the name rale its II does the little man to advrrti** in The
'••'liter. Othei Oklahoma City papers discriminate nnd give the hit; adxertlser* the
• fereuee with a cheaper rate. regardless of the evtra Cost to bundle llie hiac man'*
Many people mnke 11 fnilure hi itd\«rt King liy Hpeenhit ing In medium* with a -mn 11
ireulatlon to cause the rale Im "elieap."
If yon wldi to read yoUr nil* • Ml«eiitent In The I'olnler, you don't lone to pay a
irkel f< r a paper ei he u subscriber.
others who wish to rtnil your nds. do not Imve to huy a paper
T« uet e\ery person In Oklahoma City to read y« ur ads. >011 can d« to out* through
I lie l'olnter.
Vd\ertisers should remember Unit The pointer lias more Imur circulation I ban all
r •«> oilier paper'*, beside* hot 5.000 additional.
In order to place ads In the three other paper*, it cost* a total «>f from IM Cents
*1 01s per inch. The Pointer'* rate i* mil* 00 cents per ln« h— I lie same rate to
Ill-Milt* on want ad* are generally seeured 11 tin flr*t io*ertlo:i On oie-lime ail*,
lie ral I* o-ily cent*. Il use to cost cent* lo pine# a waul ad in The Pointer.
\ v era if < dull* circulation exceed* I It. 000
t OMPI I I l < IT1 t I Itt I I \ l lON < Ol NTS
"I have been
read 1 nff the pope
ally. : 11111
It In believed that some menibei - of fujCN,
the board, favorluu lite complete oliinltia "I h
Hon rf poIICcs in *dn ol affalra. will ' sic,,
urge thai totueoiie . ulslde .f the eandi Sarntoi
• niles now mentioned be chosen to fill uet m<
the jilacc This . .mtiii-'cnt. It Is iindei | there '
Hlo.iii. will favor the seh- -1 ion
edm-ator Instead of an outside
It is p.sslble that no eholec will lie
made at the niecCim tomorrow ulirht. I'.ni
slderablc work ha been done by aspli
ants and their frlendl, but as yet the
board's iillwuiiieiit. If on* has been per
feet I'd, ha • m t been luade p 11 b 11 < The
Impression prevails that I'rof. Taylor has
succeeded mi sceiiriliu the support of
some tnonibers w ho opp< sed him last ye.ir
and thai If the election occurs Monday
nljrlit. lie will be vbl.rlou->
1'omIpoiieineul of n< ron. Iiowi Ver, Is
forecast pa rt ;a 11> 'or the reason t lint the
exhibition >•! p< lllleal wire piillliu dur
luii the stale teachers' convention has
left a bad taste iu the nioiiths of pri-
vate citizens who tlo iot believe that the
j > it h| lc schools welfare should be used
us 11 bauble for p >I it u-In tim* delight.
Taylor was eleote.l last year only after
a hard lluht A ton bus been spread
effect that at that time
1 flat on Fifth street, iu
on Fifth street, when
residence Ih still at the
I take my meals there
there nnd collect rent-
I' F. I'nrnell. the new proprietor
the Saratoga, said yesterday:
"Mr. huiican is no longer connected
with the Saratoga. lie does not take
h s meals here, as the hotel has no
dining ruo mservlee."
The hotel does not serve men In ti
guests There !• a cafe next door, but
It Is under entirely separate owtierahli
LABOR RAISES 400 CASES ON
COIN FOR WAR THE SUPERIOR
ON U. S. STEEL COURT DOCKET
Following a law laid down by
state, two members are elected to
board of education from each ward, of
which there are five, and a member of
the board must reside In the ward which
lie represents A change of residence
from the ward creates a vacancy In the
Courts have held that a man's residence
Is w here he maintains a household, If
married or where he sleeps ami keeps
his personal belongings, if unmarried.
Mr Duncan Is unmarried The statement
that lie maintains living «iuar-
agreed that he would not be a candidate tern in the Fifth strCel flat.
Love Letters in Divorce
Action Called Forgeries
Washington. .Ian. I. The American
Federation of Labor lias passed a resolu-
tion calling upon Its members to sub-
. rlbe to 11 fund for the purpose of fight
in# the steel trust. There Is $154,000 to
>e raised at once.
TAKEN IN RAID
ON OPIUM DEN
Twenty five Chinamen were arrested
st night when police officers raided an
• lleged opium den at :tl I West Califor-
nia street. Several "layouts" were con
f indited. Jabbering in chorus, the 'Jo
orientals were herded Into the patrol
\agon. which made several trips, audi
'aken to police headquarters. All made
• old for ao* earance In police court to-
Superior Judge A. X Milnden Is bus'l
ci\'.'t,ged In the preparation of his irldl
calendar for the .latLUary term of court
which opens tomorrow .More than 40d
' a • s are now on the docket ready for
till and It Is the Intention of the court
t > dispose of as inatiy as possible. A'l
of the eases In which the Issues have
ecu made up will be assigned Ti...
following is the calendar so far as
Crosby vs. Vpsliaw.
•la nuary I
Tn I dials vs. Tahhals
Ian nars .1.
ttlVTIM I II I'TKMI I'AtiK ON P.
I sincerely hope you will have a good
"••^,Cmc and the days will fly for they
*!e going to drag for inc.
Well dearie I could : « oil anil on
ling you how I truly love you, but
u nuty tire of It. so 1 will ring
f. and dress for breakfaat I am
* r.v anxiously awultlug that letter
-n wc are goluK down town I may
' ve to luchse this to Mrs Mcpon-
to mall lo you. II will be al-
t. In reading my last llight'-. let
♦o you It Is rather disappointing.
I a struggle to keep from writ-
••elfugs. I was lonesome for you,
r - heart there is not much enjoy
• to be had when your heart is
'C 1 have written this iu
'vP" ~ 11 stc as will perceive, not that
' kdiy you will read tlie words aud
w|V end between the Hues and not
thf way they are wrltle
vanished . .
that 3011 love
I love you
I love you and hope
more dearly than
Dearest I know you are lonesome
I ami miss me but yon can't miss me
I more than I do you
My dearest wish Is that sometime
I can feel your strong aud manly
I arms around mo
Co to the mirror and kiss the liu-
I age a doten tliues for me.
I'llVSKIAN POFs N'T I'l: ST 11 \
The taking "f testlpiony began l-'rida*
j morning iu the superior court and
; \>.i< completed shortly before ti o'clock
last night .Mrs. Stone iu her reply to
her htislemd's alleged Intimacy with'nth
j er womeo. hud Im Youug ns a witoess.
! hut the doctor tordi advantage ..f tilt
law allowing hlin to refuse to disci
Loviugly your, any professional secret and was excused
llirl. Stone while mi the stand yesterdav after
written from Sulphur j noon waived his right not to allow Dr.
Voting to testlf\ aud the pju'slclati was
called t< the court, but reifliested tliat
he not be compelled to answer. The
reoueit was granted by the court.
The couple was married In Shawnee
•everal years ago and have, two children.
Stone until a few weeks ago was score
tarv and treasurer of the T D Turner
Produce company The couple had been
living at 1-J07 North Hroadway Mrs.
Stone Is now stay lug at 110 West Twelfth
.lust prior to adjourning court Inst
night Judge Munden requested that sam-
ples of the handwriting <>f Mrs Stone
he bromrht to lilm, as lie desired to com-
pare them with the handwriting on the
letters said to have been written by Mrs
Stone to Yarlau.
PARDON IS BANKER'S
ONE FAINT HOPE NOW
Cliltin 1 mot ion 1.
•Ian nary 10.
vs. Itrock et al.
•I a unary 15.
•I a nuary IT.
vs. Ploucer Telepho
V I' vs. Wales,
COL. BLEDSOE ENTERS
Xew York, Jan. 1. Charles W. Morse. —
onvleted banker and ice king, ate what
irobably Is his last New Year's dinner in Jackson. Miss.. Jan. I TL
New York today. Affirmation of his |."i|eutrv in the seuatorlnl race
v ears' sentence Iu the federal penitent I a r\ 1 olonpl oscar !•' Illeds .•
it Atlanta, 'ia.. means that Morse must < Fiuii aspirant for the office
SECURES HER DIVORCE
Do-knoll with his supporte
lornlug for tlie general openi'.iu > 1
ampalgti. There Is iniuii interest
peculation all over the state us
iv long the newly appointed Fnited
was read to the court by Attorney
coek and Is as follows:
"CKIKll MYCiKLF TO HLKIJ'."
Sulphur Springs, July I'l, 1900.
My dearest box
Here goes for another, opportunity
ha* passed my way now This may
turn out to be a very dismal letter
and It may sound good to you When
1 write that I am slmph will be at
home and you The morning's go
very nicely but when the evening
shadows fall I tun slinplv homesick
proper. l,a t night the whole crowd
went to the mitatorluni and although
1 did not intend t«> go in the water,
I eonld not have staved away any-
thing to keep me from thinking so
terribly. It seemed to me that I
ought t • see you there s me pia-e
how 1 wish you ami 1 were In that
pool. II made me feel iw fully
•ore because \h Turner <T D > In-
vited me to take a donkey ride at
8:30 11 m. and I consented. 11
was Jealous for the first time -ilnoe
our arrival and there I was dying to
go home I came back to the hotel
and cried myself to sleep foolish of
me, wasn't it
I dreamed of you, alright We've
been here three day-, and it -eems
like three weeks. ti well, I'll try
to change my time tor ti few lines at
tlot up at a. in and Mr. T
Theloia and myself .w-nt to the brom
Ide springs on the burros, it Is i|iiite
a distance and up and down rocks
Coming back we had
taken Y-m should have
on that little animal you
large he is I laughed
sides n 'keil. My burro
j Alleging that Ills wife had been guilty
of Intimacy with a nian named Hroom.
j Sam F Strlckllo has Instituted a suit
for divorce In the superior court against
•I'm a I Sir'ekllo. The couple was nisr-
I r!«sl iu Greenville, Texas, on July 9,
I According to Strlckllu his wife a ban-
j doiied him on October 1, 1000, and went
I no| n
icrdav twice aud say of
"re had since. 1 wii
have it then. The 01
Hue : he one I lived
. k d one or the hot
re and hahv were with
a lo.lak. It ccrtaiulv
111. gidug to the P. o
lid how I hope I will
11 ped for letter, a w
e lo hiiu
art back I'll
in myself. It
oil lire doing
ke good <'n re
vou will have
lie started to
'ti ht In the "Dungeon." as the basement
grill of ihc hostlery has been named.
A Xew Year's dinner of live courses
vas served. The dining room is con-
ducted along lines. thoroughly li'gh
1 lass, and u<>id, service ami appointments
in-' excellent The "Dungeon" is large
.1 i'l tastefully decorated. It Is open to
t!.r public and is enjoying a patronage
tveri she led an un-jtli,t Is remarkable, considering the fact
faithful Ii'e The couple have two chll-'that It was so recently put iu operation,
dren. Klsie. s, and Arley, ti.
, , I DINK NK1VLY WKO COl'PLE.
I pen the grounds that her husband was |
e\coci!ingl> cruel to lier aud that be ^ dinner In honor of Mr. and Mrs. II
•en hoi severe I v wh le the was visit- ^ M,iUole was given last night by Mr.
i".: her lie • her lo Indianapolis. Did . on Mls diaries Inmaii at their home
v ommI.i 10. 19(H). Lena Cunningham has |N4fl stxtll st,i„„rriagf of
legtiti a sol for divorce from Leroy Cun .dr and Mrs Mandole occurred lu I es
ill•- ha tn. In the superior court. The de Mtdi.es, December 27. at the home of tli -
f* 1 d:ii'.t is a machinist 1 1 de The 11 Is In the employ of
The c 11 pie was married In Oklahoma the Patterson-Hoffman company.
•'11c on Septeniier r. 19i ~ and have one
•hid. 10 months old. The complainant
ask- for the custedv of the child, the
. 0 -s of the suit. *50 iittonicN fees ami j ^ grass fire In the rear yard of Charles
S.. . n II,onlhJrmpni.nl* llm«>.i> „ Allk)n>. ...s .l,.,,, e !>ns Xortl, llr.in.lu iv.
| caused a call to the fire department yes
I tenia\ afternoon No damage resulted
beyoud the scorching of a fence
after he lakes his oath of office. It la
the ireneral opinion tlmt Colonel tlonloii
i.aiinot serve after January 4. and that
If sworn at all he will lie a senator but
a fev hours. |
RESTORED IN PARIS
Paris. Jan. 1 M. ChurleH du Bos, a
private •illscn. litis set a good example
I v I,Ich, if followed, could tod f iti t->
I bring rejoicing to lovers of historical
. la 1 dmnrks. M. du Ros is the owner of a
ci Ubrated mansion Just opposite the h. us.
I " here Mine. Li In ml. the rcvolut iona
heroine, lived Instead of nl'lowlng Ill's
h.'ine to go !• 111 in <r defacing It In
I incongruous dcrn additions. M. do ltos
DINNER IN "DUNGEON"
« J Just lately the high scaffoldings have
(been removed and passer by have had
ppo'tunlly to admire it re«-m
, u„irit 1 facade of mellow brick and the
dined last high windows as Uegurnet painted them
What Are Your Plans for the Future?
>IV I |.;ST HKI'KHKM K IS: NOT \
l>OV !*R v BKO III PAID I Mil.
( I It KP.
Every man when lie plans his future must consider one thing above all ,
others his health. You may have your future mapped out or von may in-
tend to live as each tla\ .onies to you. In either case. OOOI> HhALTH
is the solid foundation to base your hopes and ambitions on itnotn
iikai.t 11. you are not ckktai n of anything, as you are very likely to
over-tax a ruu-down system.
If n man knows In his own mind that he Is physically able to meet
nnd deal with the hardest propositions of even-day life, this knowledge
gives him NKU'-t OM'liiENCK, which is an asset to be valued by every
business and professional man or woman
If yon ere nervous n.< 'ng in ambition and vitality, this Is a warn-
ing that the nervous system tie'tis building up. If you have pains over
any part of the body they are t .c out-cry of a delicately coastructed sys-
tem for attention.
Trust your health with only the ablest physicians and before giving
It Into their keeping, be certain that your condition is fully understood.
FVKBV < \si; I.KUALLY Cil ABANTKBD.
I have been successfully treating Nervous and hronlc cases for a num-
ber of years. I only ask tliat if yon are In 1 1 of medical service, lo .
give li t- an opportunity to tell you what I know concerning your ease.
You art. at llbertx to use your own Judgment In deciding whether 1 have
the knowledge to treat your condition scientifically aud correctly.
CALL OH WRITE FOR itt.I. INFORMATION.
If troubled with Varicocele. I'nnaturnl Discharges, Lost Manhood. Hlood
poison. Kidney. Bladder nnd I'rluary Troubles. Rupture, 1'leers, Pilns, Fis-
tula. Skin Diseases and all Nervous ami Private Diseases, it will pay you
to consult me.
C ON'S! I.TATION AND X-RAV EXAMINATIONS I ltEE.
OFFICE IIOI Its, n TO H
81'V DAY'S, 10 TO 2 I*. SL
DR. 0. P. MEHL
I It" a W EST MAIN STltKET.
OKLAHOMA CITY. OKI-.V
THIRD MEMBER OF ROBBERS'
GANG IS DYING IN GUTHRIE
/dviciv from Cuthlie
that J. r. DlllbecU, who
tlie unsuccessful raid 01
t.-r Harrali ear' Friday
;. piccaritits o-idltloti
lc live. I Mllbeck was
to be eon ti tied
to the effci t k'lling of the two men was Justifiable
uuiled in it is now tho belief of the officers th.it
the state bank > ;<!y the three men shot, were connected
tiilig. is in with tin1 attempt to crack the bank. It
ind not expect,-I f rst was thought that Pearl Itodgers,
uHus "Happy." and "lied" Wilson were
1 tiplleatetl hut this theory liss been aban-
doned. Rogers gave himself up late Fri-
•iii.i and was released after he had shown
that he could prove a clear alihi.
One of the deplorable features of tic
afiiiir. Is the destitute condlt'on of Car-
pentcr'-t family. They are penniless and
, . f;'i<",(lr have been feeding them for the
burial, last few days. Carpenter was killed bv
ideat. He bud tipped the offb
is taken to tiutliriu
ie county Jail tlieie
.ving to the local Jail being under ,1
ii/i 1'inline. S'lortly after his arrival In
lit brie it became necessary to remove
1111 to the hospital to be operlited on.
The In d of Frank Quigg was forward-
I to Ateliluson. Kan., his boyhood home,
for burial, while that of Frnnk_ Ciirpente
;s been taken 10 Norman
i+h \ ■■■■
ie\ attempted to escape. Qulgg died t tli«• Intended robbery and nude
-:f:«. 1111 - while Carpenter lived until m on. icstiictlous w .s to fall to the ground
The coroner's jury returned a verdict .when the shooing began, but he failed
;o.ieratliig tin officers from any liability t. obey, and while running received the
1 the sfcootlni; and stated that thi'wouids that ..hisimI his death.
P. 0. BAROMETER 78 LYNCHINGS
PROVES GROWTH MARRED YEAR
(C'ONTINl i:i FROM PA( E (INK 1
• per cent of the business is couituer-
'nl, aud that thrci fourths rf the com
tenia 1 business is from wholesale
otises. agencies which exist upon bus,
ckh pr cured outside Oklahoma. City, and
AVashiiigton, Jan 1
I Suites during I he year
lynch lugs which Is
.f 100! 1. there wort'
a greater number
e 1D04. except ill
Denver, Jan 1. Jessamine Mart Steele,
daughter of Ilret Ilarte, the novelist.
\as today granted a divorce from Henry.
Milton! Steele. the financier, on the'
mumls Of extreme cruelty.
NEW YEAR REMEMBRANCES
New Year remembrances Iu the form of
handsome steel si lasers were distr'.but I
ei.long Its friends yesterday by the ok
lahoma Farm Mortgage company.
NEWSPAPER MEN TAKE
f'pon the Invitation of Manager
rin of the new Lee-Uticklus hotel,
tii-niber of newspaper
.e roval palace
hich bouses th
f intelligent restoration
very rare. Aside from
1. auoh as the Louvre.
famous art collection,
(iltASN EIKE t \l stiH ALAKM.
Mia in her of Deputies, very little «nre has
been taken of (elebritetl buildings.
Several famous old homes have been
taken from the hands of private cltDens
by the city nnd converted Into municipal
1 111 -t inns. The last known are the Hotel
tie Cluny and the Hotel Carnavalet, which
.a if bel nged to Mine. de Heviu'iu
Not 'natty years ago the beautiful Hotel
de Latinay on the quaya was ec.uverted
into a niuaeum, and now the newspaper-
are tii'ging the government to turn the
Hotel lie Itiron Into a museum for the
iu.\3*. This celebrated residence has tlie
no st extensive and beautiful uardens in
i ll Paris, and for nuinv years it was
ktu wn Jis the Sacred Heart Convent it
i> now the property of the state, which
proposed to auction the gardens In 1 ts
the result of ;i unanimous protest
ft'o'i, tlie public the government Is now
ciis oe-ing the ilotc' de Blron cithet -
,i museum or as .1 palace for visiting sov
TO AIR OUSTER
SUIT AT LAST?
I ItKMlll THVSK'S lionv
the few innm
i«d fn m st. te
nl\ a handful
Xew York. Jan 1 T
late Spencer Trusk. tin
was killed in a railroad
N > . yesterday, will be 1
body of the I
BCk at Croten. !
mated at Troy |
as fl it-
| balcony 1
I MY anil
| li 'haw Is s«
t tie super!cr
ease has bee
•oi.rl. The trying of t
continued six times ai
agreed at the last po:
i t her tlelay
Why. oh win, could not that have
been you and 1 I w mid i-'\. . ■. cat
doul to know that >. it thought of my
other letter and thai you received It
oilman from the Kits!
11 have Fiifthavr ousted
Her Dilemma Ressle oh. Mabel! 1
In an uwful dlleiuma ' I've quarreled with Fleuhet.
Harry aad he wants me to send his ring is 1 ho
ha. k Ma be' Tit it s too bad llessle fn urishi'
but that isn't the point. I've forgotten j lloi tensin Til
which is his riug Kansas City Journal 11>'' Anothe
I of being hoi:
"When you feels « hankerln' fob greatly <th a io> nc
anthorlt\. son." said l'mie F.ben. "do a
little prtdliulunry print loin' an a haseball
umpire an' sec whether you really en
Joj s It.' Washington Star
Itliio the historic
H by fraud, tl^ut he
Deeumter Whenever I ha
noney I try to gel It fron
'icliinuiti Why": Deemster
ever expels to gel it hack
The Hotel Mil
Mary Ha- kstop -Dbl he tell you life
h 1 111 would be one grand, sweet s
Maildle Sldestrcet No; he said It v
he one graml. beveled, sweet-toned. >
coated, indestructible phonograph re
stlmate the 1111 -
.i!ng houses and factories are
I*, aud It is easy to see they
tig in si/.e ami importance. Hut
■ics :,ic tucked n«a> lu offb"
ir activity is not so
The city Is full of
les. They arc here t • st 1;
iu number. and constantly I
re prosperous. I '
age salary Is high. 100 agenc; \
•c worth more to tlie city, ill 'r
.'iot) cotton mill in.
,.1. .f ....... i 1 !
Hons. All but live of the ens.
d year were in the southern
u re were •!." negroes and 13 white
Is and Oregon were the only slat
it furnished Instances of mob I
10 cases are recorded from New M
.illahoma furnished a new record v
r quadruple lynclilngs of caDJIen
I I ere were several tlotilde Ij nchings
missed the re.
In tills lira
■ tiv.ltv. Oklahoma City has 1
wi'i'niilig leatl in this state, just
.er has In Colorado.
"This situation emphasizes the
municipal Improvements. Tin*
charge of the itgem-ics arc he
e.ence to other cities of the
cause they find here paved streets, park;
boulevards and other advantages tn.i
lyakt for contf >rt and cnnvciiieiiee. I
' crtalnly pays ti beautify the cll.v. hi
cmac In t i:11 v.a.v nuiu> agencies are a*
Ir.-cted that otherwise might go to othc
points In tlie state.
"I do not thi.lv we need to fear f.n
tin stability and con ti lined prosperity
n Ok la houiii City's commeriia! interests
1 In -!u per cent gain In postal receipt
in l'.MUt virtually means n uain of .0 p< .
■ ont In the outside trade of oklahoma Clt>
Nothing but a genera 1 and acute depre.
■ year of IDOii'.'^ "In
. a; Hut Ie/ mm god
this, the state of
had a clean record
• stilt e of Ativan sos
III'.) w 11
1 eduction In
that postal rt
. li\ -. population
thirds as large
population, and tn t ine
stringency, a falling off lu
not necessarily mean 1
population. I would sav
)ur tecelpts are two-
as those of U'-'fccstc '.
."iti.duu and double those
of I'rle. Pa., which claims so.imo.
"But the cities mentioned are purely
1.1111 fa.t 11 ling centers, and in the main
it selling ii*.".. ics for the factory pro-
ducts arc located in other citlc> Postal
isiness !s really an accurate mensiire
men I of popubttion In cities posst
Washington, Jan. 1 President Taft's
; prediction on statehood will hardly be
borne out by the present session of con-
gress. as it now seems probable that state-
hood legislation will not go beyond giving
authority to the people of New Mexico
and Arizona to hold constitutional con-
During the last session of the Sixtieth
congress the house passed a bill to admit
both New Mexico and Arizona as separate
states. Some of the senators dbl not like
! the look of some of the private land grants
and the bill failed.
! Taft's present • program does not lu-
1 elude statehood bills at the present session
Respectfully Announce the
Opening of Its Offices
No. 6 North Broadway.
Operating over the Frisco
System, the Rock Island (except
Choctaw line). Lake Shore &
Michigan Southern, Pere Mar-
quette, Lehigh, Lackawanna, Bal-
timore and Ohio, Cincinnati,
Hamilton & Dayton, and many
Forwarders of Express matter
within the United States and to
and from Foreign countries.
Has its own exclusive offices
in Liverpool, IxMQdon, Hamburg,
Paris and Genoa and representa-
tives in all important places in
Europe. Asia. Japan, China, etc.
Exclusive agent for the United
States Treasury Department for
transportation of Government
Travelers checks and Money
Orders on sale.
Patronage Respectfully Solic-
GEO. H. JONES, Agent.
Memphis. Pes Molnc .
mix City, oinnha aud Ind'aunpolis. 1 i.-
stal receipts show fairly 1 leatiy the
i.tlve population and population gains
omnlia b is about three times our rc-
ints ami about three times our popu-
11. Indianapolis about four times our
Opti mm atlMMajiBg|M|
ik In ho
set! I ho
id San Autonh
1. Ft. j
' Jnti 1 -It is not believed that
i'hmen who yesterday asked for
ase in wages will strike. The
willing to settle the affair by
■ 11. They asked for time and
or overtime ami Sundays. The
flatly refused, claiming that
no extra compensation for pns-
ind freight handled on Sundays.
For Sale Cheap
1x4 Sheeting - -
1x4 Flooring - - -
2x4, 2x6, 2x8, 2x10
1x6 Novelty Siding, B.
934 W. Grand Ave.
STORAGE CO ^
2? W.GRAND PHONE*0711
PIANOS MOVED ' . I
" 'i0u5cw0lp coops 4"
pay a bo
AEROPLANE MEET IS 0. K
the pontofflee dl
etltlllK in V head off. Wc
splendid meals here. A
Me* lean man nnd bis wife arc ne-
groes and in Indian arc truly flue
cooks Well dearie I will have to
dress now I am going up town tif
soon as II yets away. Kiss your
self for inc. will you •
With truest love, your
P. s Xo let to1 Is complete with
out the I*. S. 1 forgot to beg your
pardon for tlie Kcrlltblliur. I am la\-
Ing across the bed on my
one of the letters lutrodu
Urbb ' ■ e was dated Hhawne
2*1. ,11)00, and stated that
tarty- to whom It was add
p.-ivc no fear of her hushaui
live closed with tiie weilten
like veri much to have you
you, Nell "
"MOItK IIP %KI \ Til \ V HVK.lt
The third kHIer dated sulphur Springs.
Inly 'Jn. hi part is an follows:
hear we can't have our way all the
time or we would Ire together now.
'ilod bless you. HtreHheart
liow contented J would be If I
were with ion alwavs
Dearest | will
Vou alwayh. becnu
been Mil that Is
Political Horseplay Disgusts
Teachers; New Plan Eliminates
DESIRES DIVORCE FROM
B3IDE OF NECRO BLOOD
Id. Mlsbop of the
prourim of Hie ei
:;hl a ml the propoM
e balloons between
He will start for
•oil I est of tllrlg
os Angeles ;t :ol
of 11 Itatbiltr '
prl/e offered for
to stipulate that ti
•each a definite goal,
ent Information t Is Impo
oklahoma teachers, disgusted bj the
wire-pulling lactic^ employed at the con
>tu tay- j ven I Ion of the Mute association which detuo<
into the ! ,l"" closed- ,,r«* determined to eiiml- ity. -
November "",0- « f '' possible, polities from ! J*epp
•bin. I he the electlou of officers aud executive com '
VwSu'm , IotkIvilli! „ 1 ii.lli ul ,
>• I love 1? "'V l""1 "f proce.liire wern ad >pteil
•' "«r "" "v11 UM0.-I.UI,,,, .hull from
elect one who shall be u member of a of si
commission, ami the commission will eie< t
the officers and executive commit tec The
cuinmlfslon shall also mitne i, piestdent
and secretary of the executive committee, the
and shall apoolut a committee on rejoin
tlotm ami a rot her on auditing
The secretary t reus ore r of the associa-
tion Shall be elected for three years. Iind
shall receive a salary of a year
It is believed (hot bv following the new
plan tunny objectionable features will be
annual meeting convenes, to hold Its elec- w it Murray, ot
iV;,„.i . .i , I nomination. loo,
I oil tics, mostly tleiuocratb bceause the the support f t
•Jits were so largely h, the tnajoi tendent of Ardnm
it quite a flgim- In the cnuventioii Kvnns would like i
Manx agencies were at work seek- cut frucc «
further the Interests of certain as- ' nee for govcrnoi
everal futures were luflu-j iuntlon of l.van. t
State Superintendent K. I raiaeroti. f' "" -"' l'
'ks rc elei'tlon. was trying to keep
llsiiieinbermeut his three elements
of strength coutrol of the teachers' as
soclatlon. Ills Influence on the board of
normal regeuta throunh the mcmliershlp
•■' vx II Mosely, and his presitleto \ of
•ard of regents of ihc sccondnrv
was said that Cameron would tliri
be stale superintend
be democrath nomi
Is fighting the iioiu-
p might be done his
mil his iiuirria
him before t
Mood In her
Tlte suit o IM be watched
o Ktlllh Max 1
mils -t... did n.
Idiug she bad
lllt> <|UCSllOlt I
foj the acroiiniites to lose such an
111 Of ballfSt to illtllill these >11)11 -
tTint the> eoiibl not proceed farther
Itlshop ••oiitenils that In so far as
bnll>oii attained aiiythli
Is bound to tell her 1 '•<' success In the recent
i origin and the tpics-1 • 't;.M* prlte for a flight fror
blood in a wife's vc||ia j t • Alban\. it w-nld not be reasonable
• uppose tbitt a dirigible could make thre-
tunes the distance from I.os Augcb s to
Taylor in his flghl for I to imiue
SII l N* ill 11
Dear I have hud it great de
a*peiIcme w th uiou l.ost nig
fear c me over me Hint you wcr
the rest, bill dear old it
It IIII till I election the
utlve committee already
H'te.l by t lit1 eomuilssioi
is provide for n me*tln
on «. n the day before
support to .1
Taylor's burning for t
the ted chefs' aanoclat h.... „WIli
ia would keep the plum from uii> .>f Cam
ffl- eroll's prospective opponents
|X'" The l.lneolii county delegation was act-
us Ive. backing the'candidacy of Judge .1
ot li A ltol erison. who wants to be the
the . next democratic nominee for governor.
Friends of .lose Hunn of Alva, who it
is believed soon u HI fornmllv annoum e
that he i* a candidate for the demoor.-iiie
gubernatorial uoiulti itlou, were also pies
ent In bunches. ,Uol were pulling everv
wire en ti I hey could find loose.
The Cxi', ittIconiniltti'e of the ass..
Ill meet within the near future
in t Ion
meeting An effort will be made to make
Oklahoma t'it\ the pertnaneiit place ,.f
meeting, but this w||| be fought bv llns
kogee. Sulphur and other cities. \ reso-
lution was passed Friday night seeklnu to
•iiangt> the line from holltjav week to
Ho third Wedne-d.iy In Februarv ami
urging that the M-hools lie « I ..set I .iu that
time in order to permit the attendance
of teachers at the meeting.
Is a valid
for voiding ti
e ma r-
ilng of the
luting .1 oh ti .1
up rem# •
riicln ti 1
. f Itridgep
take the te
' wife's j
R De Vnl 111
ids of Mrs
aid Mis |
he married hi
win. Is 2n
- old last March :
not learn of
aliened taint In he
■ blood 1
later Then h
learned, he sn
r nnd mother we
oes. If not full bl.
f denies this and
of Spanish and I t.
FOR JEWELRY DON'T FORGET
Pollock's Jewelry Installment Co.
Dry Goods Store
Take Elevator to
KEEP US IN MIND
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