Oklahoma City Daily Pointer (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 290, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 2, 1910 Page: 8 of 8
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OKLAHOMA CITY DAILY POINTER.
LABOR DEMANDS RAISE IN
PAY, BEGINNING AT ONCE
TO HEAR 350
With the opening of the new
fevernl labor organlr.atloi s ..f nklai
City will present demand- fur in •<
•rages. effective Jiiuunry 1. Stone
leu nil over the state re mak.t j.
maud*- for nil Increase >f .">n • I ~ •
*>«• OJMi cents nil hour for eight hou
'I ho local organisation of the !
National Association ill IirI<I■ ni l !
lurat 1 r m Workers will m;iml . i
s^ense from r 0 cents to ■* «;• . cc
Jicnf 'I hose organisations arc
Understand l y tin* contractors tin
Villi !••• no opposition to tin* 'bin ni l-
R S. Skhltuoie. secretary or tin?
Untitling Trades ■ nm< il ami it i n
the iiridgc and Iron Workers. -aid
rear. j the Increase Is In conjunction with the
i o in., 1 Increased cost of llvlnu and tin* «•«! na 11 |
i *iI zatlon of wages concerning what the work
cJt - i crs receive.) in other large cities
• |e- "Then there In not the iiiiionnt of work
•lay. here which wc could get In Kaunas City
San Francisco or other large cities." K.iiii
i,ei - Mi Skldinorc. "Wc want to c<junli-/.cj
i .it t lie wiit'e N' jile aH luiich as possible IIlid !
in- intend lo Keep pace with the labor move- j
in incut of the country."
i to The paperhnugers and painters' union i
lien- will make a demand for an Increase in.
wago* April l Other organisations will
i.i 'aI n^lder the matter of increased wages
v of during the first few montbM of the pres-
CITY IN DARK
20 ME AFTER
Shortly after (I o'clock last night, when
Oklahoma CltJ iiddenly w ' plungcil ii
|o temporal-) darknes- m.ti'lies. . mil'
ii ixl other llglilluu facilities .. f tin- old
•lays were brought Into -.-vie for v ■<
llllplltes -where available I.e. :. n-c I lie
main power switch at the Oklahoma Cas
■V Electro- company i lant burned out
kf Jenkins, the t-ihliuuiu, was sum
what dazed mil hi- eyesight Impair-d
for n short time, s he was • indlii'j di
Cectlj' ove.' 'he inlli-a when the acii-
lent oce> **ed.
T. M. A. WELCOME TO
NEW YEAR IS LIVELY
True. the knights of the grip arc
In.nth ; but would have ue-i their
Had they atteuded the T M \
Wight matinee at the OverholVc
You see. T. M. A means ••Theater Mc
Chanlcs' Association ." And a theater
Mechanic, be he bill porter or -mge hand.
lp-nrlablv "noes some"
The T. M. A.'s certainly hit their real
mace yesterday morning I'lic theater
VilH packed; the crowd «:i« Jolly >eady
!• Join in the pint of New V n festhi
ty that prevailed and the bill had all
Ixlnds of foxy featurt and it ail went
.lust as the bill began. a man In one
nf the boxes turned an alarm Hoi k loos,
kind Its familiar whirr could be heard
*1: over the house
The crowd understood Tlie.v cheered.
• The Old Year was dead. The New Year
It was 11)10.
CARS RUN IN
otvlnp ti« unexpected ohft.o-les the
oi lahoma Railway company was not aide
t.' complete the line Del mar Harden
io I'aeklugtow ii I dure January I. as had
I ii u expei ied Tile grading is practjc
. i'v complete, however. and the company
officials are coutldent that cars will be
iimninu to the new industrial addition
\ !"hill ;tO day-
II Itisbee. Morris .v <'o.s Hiiperlnten
d. nt of construction, states that every ef
foil is being made to connect Hie east
end and the went end of the Pueklngtow ti
section of the belt line both of which
are In operation. The only obstacle that
remains Is the securing of right-of-way
lover a short stieteh ->r the route.
Foundations for the building* "f the
i I.tut are ucurlllg completion and . the
buck work will be commenced wltbm
I week. Hrleks are oil the grounds ready
FIRST CEREMONY OF
1910 PERFORMED BY
Performing the first marriage cereuionj
of the veur In Oklahoma City. Justice o
the Peace i: l Oldfleld yesterday mar
iie.1 Mr lla/.el Hallow, 21. and Miss Pes
sle P. Jerkins, 11).
Declaring thut they had decided tot
"begin the new year right." the two
applied to the Judge yesterday, having
secured the license Friday. The couple
will reside at SUP Past Fourth street.
Judge Oeorgo W. Clark has
ir trial during the Jaiiuurv
rem or court which opens tomorrow and
continues until April s more than. .V 0
All Of the cases In which the I.
mi- u re made up have been set down
ii a hen ring. For the first time in
ii - ii ii y month*, since statehood, the tria:
• i i t.dar is In a position to be easily
cleaned. At all terms in Hum the docket
a.h over-loaded and District .lodges Clark
ml Canny were overwhelmed with work
• •wing to the fact that more than <;o
I i' oners are confined In the county Jail
.lid have been for many months waiting
nr. opportunity to be tried, the first few
weeks of the term has been given over
to criminal work. Judge Carney will
I i Id court in this city nearly all of
till* term With the exception of one
beginning January IS. Judge Clark
\ 11 also preside I'hlef Justice Kane
of (tie supreme i ourt has assigned Judge
i 'ilk to McAlester for the week of Jan
liei IS i,i hear an important will case
and Judge William Holies of Perry will
be sent here.
'I he January assignments follow:
NP. 7 oklahoma Oas & Electric Co. vs.
.'►Tti'l First National Itank of Sulphur vs.
Ilofer Packing Co
.411 Stale vs
jn State vs.
JI i' Slate vs.
QUITS PLACE RATHER
THAN DON A UNIFORM
Rather than obey the order of Mayor
Scales to go into uniform, officer lloh
Moore, one of the best detective* in the
■city, lias resigned from the noli, e depart-
ment and yesterday began his duties as
a deputy under Sheriff Pinion.
Although four plain clothes men work
lug under the iiolice chief were doing
more to check crime, recover loot and at
•rest burglars, than the entire secret ser-
vice department of L'l) members, the four
officers were ordered reduced to the rank
of patrolman. Moore refused to submit
Officer Moore has been connected with
the police force for three years lie has
made many important arrest* in that time.
Moore will be succeeded h\ former Dep-
uty Sheriff J. II Smith, who was recent-
ly dismissed from the sheriff* fori*.
DR. RIELEY APPOINTED
Oklahoma <'ltv physician have shown
Jniereat In the hookworm com:re-.« which
v ill meet in Atlanta, tin.. January IS,
mid H Is expected that a strong repre-
sentation from here will be present .it
I pon request of Health Commissioner
1 i" J. C. Mahr of Itlithrle, Governor lla,
licll yi^terdm appointed thirteen Okla-
)i'inn delegates to attend the . .mures-.
Those named arc Dr. Pen ltlelcy. Ok
lahoma City: l>r Pong. Duncan Di I
t- shuler, liuraul Dr. Ualpli Smith ;uth-
Dr. Nan Feller. Arilniore D \N"
'I Tlliey. Muskogee; Dr. I ' Fills, lingo;
J'i- ,| D Itnstou. Marietta; Dr. 1- F
Vhippy. Wister; Dr W < Craves. Mi
^•cster; Dr. J A Snelson, Chocotah i
.. P. Pdgiugton. Watonga, and Dr. Wal-
ti •• l'lnijm i
L. J. WINANS PASSES AWAY
ti. .1 Wluans. To. died it bis home,
f<even|(!'ent h ami Harvey. Friday even
lug of old ave The funeral took pin ••
Saturday morning from the home, with
burial at Falrlawn cemetery
Mr. Wlnaua had been a resident of Okla
liouia I'ltv for the hist thrci vcars He
ninie hcr> u it I Ir - v\ ife I ulict i Hi
pud son. Paul P. Wllianw, from Webb rii\,
M>> Another son living lu Webb i ; and
II daughter ill Kai - - CH.V -urxive hi ill
lie xvus a brother of .1. S. \N • ownet
<if the Wluans addition to
< it jr.
GOES BY THOUSAND MARK
With wren member* to spare, the
i haUiber of i'oi • re.n lie.l ' • co\
rted "Thousand-Strong ' goal before Jan-
The membership committee came to the
front on the last da- and bv strenuous
efforts succeeded in -curing the 1TJ mem
tier* that were needed Friday to com-
plete the list
ELKCTRIC \L WUKKKKN I I K T.
At the annual election officers by the
Kkertrlcal Workers of OkluJ ouia i. Ity.
Thursday night. Com Davis was chosen
president ; 1 r Maunln. vl< e i icsbb nt ;
J Pell re . rd ng sei ret a ry ; M It Pal
lion, financial -.•> r :.i> < Hone, tic,
tirer. and II. M Peed, press secrotan
o A Wali.r .1 Duncan M 1 ^11
Vers and W M \> mi were elected dele,
fates to the Traili i'ouiiell
A Li*) t ei . . Hi . i: w made in mem-
bership bv the Plectrloul Workers over
U. S. EXPRESS CO.
IN LOCAL FIELD
Wells-Fargo A <'o ceased to be the
operating express company on the entire
Frisco system January 1 when the United
States Pxpresw company opened offices
in oklahoma City at ti North Itroadway.
.1 II Jones Is the local agent of the
Fulled States company, and I
(natural, isn't it?) hope for a great bust
"We all-only have most of the Km-k
Is la ml contract," said Mr. Jones. to-
day we lake over the entire !• risco sys-
tem. in accordance with the contract of
the Itock Island and the Fnltad States Fx -
press coiupaiiy. Tile Itock Island people,
when we made our contract with It. de-
sired one express company for the entire
1;# k Island i rlseo lines, and we will
have the entire business !>.\ March 1. when
we take over the remaining Choctaw
branch, now held by the Wells Fargo
company. T.iat line operates from Ainaril
Io. I'exss. to Memphis
The new United States company s <if
flee in Oklahoma City, although open for
ImsiiiesM, is only partly fitted Up. the
fixtures having failed to n ach here in
time for the opening, Friday It Is expect-
ed Unit some time this week the new f1\
lures will arrive.
It ink ley.
• InHilary A.
Hlllsman vs. Hlilsmnn
Avery \ Sons vs. Outealt.
.* _ Harris vs Harris.
P.H State vs. Finney
P2rt Cadle vs. Oklahoma city
W'lf Melton vs Oklahoma City.
Mu leon nery.
Star Transfer Pine vs- Hiibnlka
Harrail vs Peters Cartridge Co.
Vfinj Stste vs. Harrah.
CWK? Stute vs. Harrah
Stlfli' Overholser vs. Oklnhoma Interur-
bnn Traction Co.
'■sr.' Penny vs. Hurst.
_'.* 7i) oklabomu City vs. Lovelace.
SI? S H'erce \ Oklahoma Iiiteritrban
UWf) oklahoni.i City vs. Charles Hyrd.
•j'M oklahoma City vs. Charles Heard.
Oklnhonia City vs. It. P. Pee.
•luii miry 10.
P1* 1.' Snvder vs. Jones.
Kddy vs. Cruce.
■j.",s:t oklahoma C
2W4 Oklihoma CI
oklahomn City vs. Phillips,
oklnhoma City vs. Johnson.
■ W State vs. Cooper.
Western Dev Co. vs. Mulkey.
State vs. Si hroeder et al.
•I a n miry Pi.
I'lH Smith vs. Thompson.
TN'iS Harris vs. Simpson.
2t "I State vs. Itohcrt Jones.
SOO*' Adfltn* vs Trent
L".'!'-) State vs. Douglas*.
I state vs. Wllman.
State vs. Yeager.
State vs. Tegler.
.1 miliary It.
(JSCS Van Meter & Schmidt vs. Roe.
State vs. ttobert Woodson.
State vs. J. C. Woodson.
ST.'tf. Patterson vs. Loverlace
sift2 James vs. Cnrtwrlghl.
"/j'i Oklahoma vs. Fnrtnlture Mfg.
vs. C. it X I It. It Co.
'J.*:C1 Slate vs. Victoria Hayes
it'Jt'i Rah Kali Tali Ilo-llo v. Hrlmei
7,V I Mavfield Lumber Co. vs. Ha I lee
TSQ2 Johnson Mason.
IMIM Wolverton vs. Ohio Fire Ins (
U7i., overholser vs. Frisco.
1*71 i Pass vs. oklnhor.ji City.
'JM)- State vs. Williams
smc Lyle vs. Nance.
rtM'i Ferguson vs Hughes.
7007 Pussee vs Van Cureu
7'JD0 In Pe Theodore Hassmnn
, II'. Wotlin *. Potts vs Itock Island
MJJ State vs. Thomas Wolfe
fCiJO Drennan vs. Fberle
t Ree va. Walnut Crove.
Here's the Biggest Offer in Dentistry Ever Attempted in Oklahoma
THE TOOTH CARPENTER
Inventor of Menazone Irradicator of Pain and Emancipator of the tooth suf
ferers. Yes and a whole lot of other things I'm not going to tell you about.
Well, anyway, it's like this—
I Want 1,000 Testimonials for My Invention, MENAZONE
I'm going to commence 1910 with the greatest advertising campaign
the dental field of this Southwest has ever had. I spend nearly $30,000 a
year advertising my 13 offices, and as I am going to open 3 more in Texas.
I want these testimonials to show the natives down there what I am doing
for the residents of this state.
Now Pay Attention to This
I have been doing all Dental work since opening on Dec. 2, for the cost of the material. It has put over 300 names on my books In this
short space of time, and everyone, without an exception, seems pleased and the reason is PAINLESS McARTHU R'S MENAZONE SYSTEM IS SO
DIFFERENT, SO UNIQUE, that patients almost gasp in surprise at the simplicity of it all.
Thi« is the only Bonafide System of Painlessness in existence today. The International Dental Society offered me $10,000 for this invention,
so it must be worth something to you. I am going to do
All Dental Work Free
Till I get these testimonials. You pay nothing whatever for the time consumed in doing the work.
PAINLESS McARTHUR TREATS OVER 35,COO PATIENTS ANNUALLY IN HIS 13 OFFICES, and all because pain is unknown. Regardless
of how many tell you they can do your work without pain, I claim to be t he only man living who can do it without one iota of pain. Any den
tist can perform some operations without pain, but they fall down on the hard ones. To me they are all alike for the reason that one drop of
Menazone placed in the tooth makes pain an unknown quantity.
LOOK AT THESE GUARANTEES
I WILL FORFEIT $50.00 IN GOLD FOR ANY TOOTH I
CANNOT EXTRACT, FILL OR CROWN WITHOUT PAIN,
OR TAKE THE LIVE NERVE OUT IN THE SAME MAN-
I GUARANTEE TO REPAIR OR REPLACE OR REFUND
YOUR MONEY ON ANY UNSATISFACTORY WORK.
I would like you for my patient and if you would stop to consider that if there is ever a time when a man will do the best that is
in him, it is when he is starting-, fighting for recognition, for a reputation. I know you will be pleased and remember, your work
will only cost you the price of the material.
I DON'T CARE IF YOU LIVE 300 MILES AWAY, or how good your home dentist is, it will pay you to make the trip here.
You will not only save more than your fare, but get a class ofw ork you cannot pssibly get in smaller towns.
PAINLESS McARTHUR, 1331-2 W.Main
8:30 a. m. to 6 p. m. Evenings by appointment. Sundays, 10 to 12 m.
TO JOIN STATE
FIND TROUBLE IN TELLING
WHO REALLY DESERVE AID
! ti eat for «hi
j •- iviMI t>> till'
I si,i- told Hi"1
FIREMAN ESTES RESUMES
WORK AT FIRST OF YEAR
mile It F.stes. fir"rr.tr.. wise-wn« t lwo«t
killed on the night of October t-\ while
driving to u fire near Santa l'V and t'hlek-
•Buw, resumed IiIh old position Friday
inldnluht iih driver of hose wagon No. I
nt the Central station He u.v* he U
yulng to start the new year right and
tlint he hop. s lie won't ennie ;1« near get-
tluu killed In 1010 n* lie did Lu the year
listen' skull was frnetnred nt the bane
of tlie brain and his entire left side par-
alyzed for several weeks He laid In a
lorn I hospital iiucoutteloiift for several days.
The aeeldeut remitted from the wagon
colliding ulth a Junk pile.
Williams vs. Oklahoma City and
TIv■? Keener Lumber Co. vs W. S. Trent.
7Fesler vs. Oklahomn City.
7X>l Hock Island vs. Wilkinson
7M-1 lnternntlonnl Hnrventer Co. vs
she bad bad nothing
Her greatest need, as
or. was for a stove
. i • .....blent association that
oeimtv Sheriff J 1. Drown lias ten- v ,l0 are r<>n 1 iv needv and those who lav alic bad ;i stove which she ron:.I exchange
dered liis resignation t-> Sheriff M. c ,i„wn on us.'" as 'superintendent .1. T for one i.f the tonkin? variety.
Hinton to take effect tomorrow, when lie 1 j | ,t\\ UIiim puts it. At the present time. The Salvat'.on arm> furnished fuel for
will enter the employment of the state .m,- Hawkins savs, there is a great I v in tab* same woiuati hater the Provident
enforcement donurt men I. Former Detec- , , ,ei;sed number' of persons in destitute ess... luti ■ i procured the necessary m •
tiv Holt Moore, who resigned yesterduy, circumstances in Oklahoma Cltv. al Miother woman came int . the offlc
IJI be appointed to fill the vat-aney. tl-mgli there are con\'spondlu|; liberal I mxiitly and :i« ido plea for coal, de
In the slier-I di nations from eli parts <>r the city. Tli ■
Xi. small amount of (rouble Is being
•.perlenced by the United Provident ns-
oeintlon in distinguishing between those
> ho are really needy and those who lay
Superintendent J. T.
hi'inity I:rown has bee
iff s department since the appointment I ii
of Acting Sheriff s. \ Calhoun in the Make ii s,. that a mm
earlier part of OctoU'r A.-eoi tling to: of work I.as piled up >>:
the <imirterly report of Sheriff Minion i-eeplng the offlc
which Is now being prepared* I)eput>
Hrowu h.*'> rnai'e HI Arrests and served
U00 search warrants and c«ther orders
of the courts. His criminal work amounts
to IS0T.40 for the iiuairer The work of
Brown Is said to be a lecord.
HISTORIC QUim PEN
WIELDED BY TEACHERS
BRIEh COURT NEWS
All • f the ••• unty officials are busily
engaged in the preparation of their last
uuarterlv reports, which have to be filed
with the county commissioners.
A. cording to the report of c Pasley
Offnt. clerk «>f the couuty court, the
• oiintx eouft during the year of 10U0
hu- handled i' T Insanity case-*
lildgc a \ Mlinden has or
re of 4U .1 ury men t" be Issued.
Mleglug a breach of contract in as
•.null that he va* not allowed to solicit
ciniract ■. Lew* l.ougbothaui yesttrdoy
Instituteii a ^ult in the superior court
iL'iitnst the Aniciienn Manufaeturlnf com-
i .in and i r Mrock for si..* no Lour
bo'haiu -(ales |hat he entered into a con-
tract with the defendant .>.inf uny ou >«
tober ! . 1000, tv> solicit stock In thi*
Following the Argument* yesterday for
a new trial n the money demand suit
e' i.oldie vs • i der. Superior .Judge A
N Miuuleii took the matter under ntl
r'semeni ami stMtetl thai he would an-
il, mice his decision tomorrow.
All of the offices In the courthouse
were closed vesliidiy with the exception
oi tile sheriff S office. The office of the
superior court was open dur ng the
CHANGE SCHEDULE OF TRAINS;
FRISCO TODAY, SANTA FE 9TH
Cook vs. Harper.
Stiles vs. Hoard of Education.
71! :i TI in moil s vs. Doiierty.
j:\ Brush® vs Board of Kducatio
M Scele.v vs. Shcruinn.
,'tlonal Bank vs.
While the teachers' convention was in
session several hundred teachers, repre-
senting almost every county In the stat •
vbited the rooms of the Historical s.>
tieiy In the Carnegie library buildin^.
na I all displayetl much Interest in the
\ nrlous relics of the state's pitmeer
ti ay • which are c\liibited All teachers
u set I the same <( u ill pen with which the
state constitution was signed, when thc>
affixed their names to the register at tie-
Historical society's headquarters.
big that -<iie had bet n able only t
nvever. in the last month
itnount itawklns declares thai
ilation. n-ade Sl'll at least, as there is plenty of
continuously on tic " "k if persons will only look for it
i This woman claims her husband was 111
One case was cited recently by the as- 'with a broken foot and cannot work,
st elation ill w hich a woman who figured Mich cases as these arc what u'ives the
before, after she ami her husband bad 'trouble It. the associations which have
Milleited funds i< get hack lo Tennes look after the really ileserving. At
.sec, where she deliberately niisrepresente I p'estut the weather has moderated some
the facts I.f the ease. Superintendent what, and Supt rlntendent Haw kins as
Hawkins refuses to give any names, but J sert.s that for the time being there are
sa\s that the woman appealed to him for ft ,\ei cases i f destitution reported. I lie
etl bles and that she was furnished with I Mifferlng among the poor has abated
.s hi in orders on grocery stores, shortly somewhat, and conditions arc as good
a'ter which she went to Mayor Scales ! as could be expected.
DEATH OF MEEK
OF PHONE CASE
Owing to the death of <" W Meek,
ii. '-hal of the state corporation coinmi -
si mi. uieiuhers did not meet yesterday
ns s. heduh'd. ami the telephone rate hear
ii • was t ontliMtcd until the next session,
whitli prohaldy will be held tomorrow
After an illness of several mouths. Mr.
leelc died in Hulhl'ip
Superintendent Friday nigln. He bad been suffering from
ie could have III* eiillc poisoning, complicated Ity st .
The funeral will he held
SUPPLY OF IRON ORE 'ALL CARIBOU DRIVEN
WILL SOON EXHAUST FROM MAINE HE SAYS
-It is announced Bangor. Me.. Jan
el trust official that
left in the wll.de state
.iame Warden Cy Allan
NEAR DEATH WHEN HE
IS STRUCK BY ENGINE
Bnpidly liicrensing traffic and Insuf-
ficient means of transportation hns made
it necessary for the oklahoma Hail way
company to expend about H'o.iMKt for new
eqitlpnii'Ut for it.s lines lu toe city.
A feature of the Metropolitan service
which I* promised for the future In the
cltv will be the placing in operation ..f the
latest nay as-you-enter car*, entrance be-
ing gained In the center The*e car- of
which ten will be delivered from the Nile*
Car Works of N'lles, Ohio, by April, are ,
double tnicked and of new design In I j greatly increased
every wav Thev provide more and bet-
ter seating facilities and have a separate
compartment for smokers
|Vn cars. *inglc trucked, to be dellt
♦red bv the American Far company Marc's
III. are similar to the last new cars the
Oklahoma Railw ay eompnnv put Into set v
Ice They will accommodate thirty pas-
Two new Interurban cars are also due
Tw. electric locomotives, to bo utilised
In construction work by the •-unman v
ire now being built In the local shops of
Official- of the company say they are
.spending this money to take care of the
rrapldlv Increasing traffb and that mnnv
more men will be employed a* the service
demands It When the servbc on various
lines occasion* It. they assert, new ears
will be put Into operation.
by a prominent
at the present rate of in
the use of Iron and steel all the com- moose, but no carl Ik
nierclal ore now in sight, or of which were none there. I guess they'
there Is any knowledge, may lie consumed ,|„. Canada fever, and the herds 1 used j
within the next forty years. I nless more lo se(. r, und here are now in New Mruns !
deposits of this now universally used j wiek ,,f Quebec. They are beading fur-
metal are in the meantime discovered nier north, for caribou won't stand civil
Hie world, or America lu particular, may |Z;itlon. like dect\ ami they won't live |
pass out of and beyond the age of steel. J j(| p^b-H here ami there like moose. i
The prospect Is one of wide concern to "it's the deer that are driving tlieni I
all interests, producers and consumers There are more deer in Maine to-
■ ■■ •• I alike. I day than there used to be in the time .-f
j The total production of iron ore in th" | |„(n.lllv Then the wild animals were!
Endeavoring to cross the Frisco tracks; United States in the twenty years, iss'a j11sj ||( ,||(> proportion ami didn't
near the station in front of an oucom- j to I'.hin, Inclusive, is estimated by the |,,,u p, ou .|, ,,iher'< rights. The lin-
ing switch engine. A T. Bolllns was in- geological survey at Gll.umMHH) tnrai food of the caribou is moss. M ...>c
lured slightly at the knee last night An al'owauce for Imports and exports ii> liv . on the lar.c biaio-hes of trees prii
about s o'clock, lie was hurried to Si the peried makes tin- apparent ciuisuinp cipaily. iiitl deer .-i.evv -m..i! iwi^> nnl[
Anthonv's hospital, where his knee was tion In that period about KlO.Otu• bran. lies, ^rass
dressed. , tons. Though there are no accurate sta- •Now. deer ha
; tistics. stetd trust officials and gove
I nient experts agree in estimating ... ,
pr.'iluctlon of iron ore in the I nited trim
States prior to 18W at about 2UO.tKMl.uii ]
tons. Thus the total production to the \ un
beginning of lUtm is approximately Til.
(KN).(HMi tons. Of this. alni"t tWMl.tO'i ,,,,
tons was produced in 11M,V- alone. My ,.,rii
the end of liKJO about 750.(KM),000 t
"ill have been produced.
thern ores of present <
stanilard are put at 1 .'"si.no>
one ami two-thirds times the tutu laniount
mined In the .ouutry to the present time.
Besides tills, the corporal bn estimates
it lias sillclatis and other low grade ores
In the north and southern ores which will
bring the grand total up to J.S'ti.tHK) tons
c. Willard Hayes, chief geologist of the
T'nlted States getdogicul survey., estimat
Inp ft>r the conservation commission, gives
the total available ore at IJbvnoo ^t •
Butler's estimate of available
'i he corporation eoninils
mec orderetl telephone tompanies of ti"
state to lower their rale*. Since then
iipim-rotis postponeiuents have pcrmitte 1
I • companies, the Pioneer company of
'ikHhoina C!ly being the largest, to «"'-
Icci advanced rates peinliug 41 settle-
TO BE EXACT
The simple test which candidates
enumerators' places will undergo
Vbrutiry tloes H"t take away the su-
ei > i-■.i's" right uiitler the cetfsus law t
"-■aiiate suitable persons for sin-h po-
itli.ns." said Census Supervisor .1 II
aiigstou at his office .mi the second floor
f the old Mellon bulbliug yesterday.
'It Is .indcrStoed that we supervisors
all be held respons ble for the eniimer*
lion." he continued. "There Is no doubt,
lieicfore. that our tlrst duty is to sc
•ct honest, capable and active persons
i« will he taken, not by tlit*
but. by the enumerators,
e ones who come in contact
ople a lid get t lie facts. I \
inierator docs his .whole tin I
BROWN TAKES M'NALLY'S
POSIT.ON AS R. I. AGENT
iiruiug. W. 11 '
tif Muffalo. siiccei'ded .1. S Mc in an official stat
guetl. as the local Rock Islaiitl | nited States '
ph ti. Butler, .
passenger agent Mr. McNally
>i me his new iluties as agent in Oinuliu,
.1. S. McNally has been the agent nt
tI.f its-ill office for the hist eigh years
.nd has been prominent in railroad and
s .ial circles here. He Is a type of the
lest seir-made man, having arisen from
the ranks >.f the operators. Altogether
lie has labored -ti years for the one sys-
tem. the Rock island lilies
l Mi rili u Mr Mc Nally's occupat'on of the
local office he has handled matters s >
that the receipts of the company
moose ind caribou
on all right in t!
caribou ami deer dt
ter together than
west, and for the
other reasons why
vigorous talk oi
ty. in which he
what had been
i l .v Nag -l
ie work of
eniphasi/.ed and added
said bv the president
I chiefs previously at
The secretary said:
I ii nil
mil t her
oriier of the sta
not full of lumbermen."
ORDKKH BOND TO III-: P.\ll .
I District Judge
1 issued an ordt I-
Ifieik to turn ov
, but to shake hands and
dghl offer' There is i
I * it will be difficult fo~
t li'inir at this time W.«
! after the president hn-«
claries have nothing t •
.! t,. be in the White
u were there, anil heard
reral western roads
GRILLS 57 APPLICANTS
FOR NAVY; 12 ENLISTED
During December Captain N K look,
in charge of the local Pulled States naval
recruiting station, examined ".7 men for
i nli*tnicut Into the navy uf these Ie were
accepted. 1- having enlisted Archie '
Mci urn passed the examination and was
admit ted Into the navy, lie will lilime
d at be diMpat lied to Ban Franc
Kiilnst these figures there are
which show in sight about tH5.000.-
tons of non-available ore are not,
cially usable under present stau
dards of mining and manufacturing.
inted here for the
was declared for
s; to add is barely
for mo to dwe'l
the ' i tiuiug station at Mare island lu
San l-'rtftds.-o buy.
i if tIn* 4- rejections most of them were
lncomiietetit through color blindness, al-
though weight and chest expansion caused
the failure of many to pass.
Missourian and Kansan
Get 1910's First Permit
to Join the Newlyweds QUICKLY Gt.TS BALM FOR
ELEVATOR SHAFT PLUNGE
iriiii |ri m JL .... be found in the 1
fur"'usVnu "l'l vi-ry low Vrniii' urms I lio,-.- «0li uf Himi)
is much speculation among steel experts High sticet.
as to what material may take the place «la> iPornlug
of iron So far as railroad raUs^ an.1 | 1
I ad ml
HhltRNS I'ROM TIIK NAVV.
Phiticas Farrar. the i
in R Parrar. .MKI North i
iirnetl to bis home yester- b< for
111 health f Mrs. I arrtir .r <
„MO .....setl phineas t„ return I . .in
erned. there is no satisfying sub- |
stitute in sight Milt with building it I*
different The of inn and stee! n Hon "! k Are
the framework of buildings Is admittedly | N". h,r- •
a fashion that may change. In Knglnnd :
there is no such demand for Iron and steel j
for building purposes as In America, he
cause in Knrope the skyscraper is con-
sidered not only an architectural tn n- |
strosity, hut also a type of construction
Is greater tlinn
•count of the growth
and because we arc
Ioijs with other eonu-
trrect report and a ri-
ot only at
St. Louis Times
New schedules have been prepared hy
t!:e st Lonis and 8au Ra
read company, the new time ird taking
effect toilay li'ew chant. have been
made In the time of arrival and departure
at Oklahoma City, the chauges being felt
iin.re at eastern points.
J.nstbound traios 408, 4IL' ami 10 will
leave Okliuoina City at 7 ill.. II In
n iu. and I! p. ill., respectively, mak
lug allulit difference from the former
Westbound trains will be changed as
f.tllowh 407. from St Louis, 4 p in.;
|. ^t Mtmis Meteor, n :f 0 a. m.; 41H. Kau-
b.-iH City Meteor, 7 55 a m
Ti a lit ho. !►. fi r Chickasha, will leave
4-klabomi. City at 10:1 • a in Other
ti.ilus will run on the old schedule.
January 0 has been decided upon by the
Kinta lfe railroad management for nut-
ting into senrlv the two new fast trains
mailing between Kansas City. Oklahon i
i ty and Kt Worth A new time tabh
will also go Into effect on the Mime d ite.
t.i vliif few minor changes effecting ok
The northbound train will depart from
Oklahoma City 7 ;1S a m. arriving In
o'aitMis City at 7 a. in the next luoriitn;.
imd will make close coiiuectloiih with i
train for Chicago, In order to arrive in
l h cago at '.I p in. This will retim e Hi
ruining time on the sanln Fe several
lo tir> between Kt Worth and (.'III
'/he southbound new train will leave
Kansas City at p. in. arriving licte
at b o'clock the next morning
The new time table has not been re
t rived at the local offices of the Hunt a
l'V and the exact schedule of other train-
's qoi known, although U is asserted
thai few slight chuugus sre mado.
I Honor of being the Irst to secure i ;
i.Miri'laire license in 11H0 belongs t . Walter
s Hudson. of st Louis Mo. and
Miss r H^.tle N'o \ es. .- ,,f Wiebll a
I K tisas Hudson >rr etl all morning at
*ht courthouse Sstip-dav lu an effort t>
r.-ase c Pasley Offutt. marriage elevk.
i no tlnally founti the clerk it his office
A number of appllcanls walked up to the
office door but had to turn around and
postpone their wedding until Monday
All records for marriage licenses were
reMpsed during llMri when ll'tt were is
si . d an Increase of iWVt over 1IHW
NKW1.YW K.IIH AT IIOMK.
Records in Instituting and settling suits
were broken Saturday lb the superior
court, when .Intues C. Rutherford, by his
t.ext frieuti. .Mdiu M Rutherford, brought
a tlamace suit against Sldui;y 1. Mr > k.
s t. Mrock Mini .lennte llrovk. for S'.ih,
A confession of Judgment was filed at
the same time. Mesitle holding the ree*
onl tci qui*-!* -''tlement. the Rutherford
suit was the first suit to be filed iu the
our IU10 The petitioner alleges that
he fell down the elevator shaft on N>
\ ember .*7, 10011, and sustained serious
off light nil.I nlr in eomiuunl
... . nothing of their dangers and
dlsadvnutnges In fire and earthquakes
For these and other reasons It is the
consensus of opinion among architects
a ml builders that, sooner or later, there
will be a return to stone lu bridges and
•INKY" 4'AMPBKl.L PROMOTED.
Ralph "Inkv" Campbell, formerly a
member of the newspaper "bunch" here,
lias been promoted to the position of prl-
COUNTY'S LIT.GATiON RECORD
FOR LAST YEAR IS ENORMOUS
Mr Campbell joined the navy
three years ac lie is only Jl ye:
age. but ti ie rise in the navy Is c
ered reiuarkable by his friends lie
sen of .1 M Campbell of Waukomis,
dltor of the Hornet
Few people living in Oklahoma
or even the state Itself realise the
nious amount "f litigation going on
J iuliy in the leading ounty o
state. It is reinarknlde how few ti
friendly -.nits are instituted and
more remarkable how many dlvorc
tlous are begun. In the district
s:T cases wen- field tinting the yea
470 In the superior court III th
nty of HttgutH"
id total of '.M7J suits to be Instituted i t
Joseph .1 Lamlolt and Miss Lena Single
hoptc of 'i"' Rei l ore.st Madfloi i 1 ,1 , i i lovii i.oi uim imne e
Monday evening are now it home to their . , . I...1 ni the
friends nl 711 Wes. Third *t re« t S W Ten! h tr,
| l.ondon was best msn at the we.ldliif. in d ll0,np 1 f. s • f'"** 1 i
MUs Mardo llevan acted as bride's mni.I •' s ° clock last evening Rev. I I
! Mr Lundolt l t mploved Im the Okl.i l'tach performed the ceremony. Only Itn-
I houiti Street Rallwuj company I mediate frlouda wei-% present.
i hi i rt.
si <1 i miis.
'ter only a few months
i, I'red Pnjo .'7. ii u fleet rh I ah. und I
of the p'lplibir members of the 1'
\ of I Ik la he in City, tiled of the ib id
i oiisumplioii nt Havana. III. vent.-
lie was hern in San Alitoulo, Te\ .
married In this city last -print: lie
an clcvtrlchiu nt the Polly theater.
I counties of the
a day. I ml ml I u
Is filed lu the
idcil |tU«n half
I. Judges Clark and Carney of this The last f.
1.1. ; id 'bdges Monies of Perry. Rus-jg lt> quuM .
of Ardmore and l.oofburrow of Me, pi.Mifce stilt.
City, who presided at vnrlous times j they have I
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