Oklahoma City Daily Pointer (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 308, Ed. 1 Friday, January 21, 1910 Page: 4 of 4
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OKLAHOMA CITY DAILY POINTER.
Friday, January 21, 1910.
For Saturday Only
TO IMPRESS OUR LOCA-
TION UPON YOUR MIND.
All Prices are the Very
Jl-ll) To 11 jat
20 ll's. Sutfiir
] pillion Apples..._
:! ciuis Yhii Camp'i
( liars Flake Whiti
While and Ijenox Soap 25c
1 iiiiiirts ('I'ltuherries... .2Bc
f> GoliI Dust
25i-. ean Muryland Chief
1'ears . . 20c
White Raven Salmon, 20r
Calumet Baking Powder,
25c size 18c
Rhubarb, 5c size 3c
Santa Clara Prunes, per
Blue l(iI)lion Sorghum, 1
2 bunches Celery 15c
Porterhouse Steak, lb...14c
T Bone Steak, per lb... 14c
Sirloin Steak, per 11>.. . 12' ic
Rouml Stoak. per lb 11c
Shoulder Steak, per lb.. . 9c
Beef Roast, per lb 8c
Beef Stew. )x"r 11 • 6c
Veal Steak, lb., 12c and 14c
Veal Stew, lb 7c and 8c
Home-made Sausage, lb. lie
Whole Ham, per lb 17c
Slieed Ham, per lb 20c
Breakfast Baeon. per lb.20c
Liver Sausages, home-made.
per lb 8c
Bologna, per lb 8c
Dry Salt Pork 15c
Pure Lard, per lb.... 16c
Compound, per lb 12' >c
See Our Unique Window
102 W. RENO. PHONE 315
Business to the Rook Inland depot ws*
< -ed during the afternoon yenterduy ami
iiis morning, when Supt I'eler Blower, of
11 health department. discovered u small
h • x pa 11 'tit there. The place wns futni -
•ated thoroughly and HUH opened Into
Ills morning The | Atlout, ti foreigner,
• n*4 rushed to tl.e detention hospital)■
In response to instruction* from Wash-
ington. the local postoffb-c attaches nr.'
• inpillng i statement as to the auiouut
of t 1111 that is consumed in
second class mail matter, when the per-
sons to whom It is addressed move and
fall t" it!ve the change of address Tin-
task Is requiring the entire time of several
I'ostofllees all over the country arc he
Ing required t« compile similar data It
i believed that the luvestlitntlon is ••on-
netted with the plan of President Taft
to raise certain poatul rates
SELECT A COMMITTEE
TO BOOST GOOD ROADS
GAS FUMES CAUSE AN
EXPLOSION; NO DAMAGE
>at at the Grace
leaning establishment, at ! North Harvey j
atreet, at 11 o'clock this morning, the g;is'
fume* connected with the gas range on tin-
' floor, an explosion followed, which threat
ened to burn the phue However, every -
thing wns made right In a snort time, an
there wua insufficient gas in the room
.fire the place. The oi-ciipanta ran hurried
HOME AS GIFT;
RAY MOVES IN
Concurrent with the grunting of a char-
tei to tin* New Telephone A. Telegraph
com puny of Oklahoma City cornea tho
Dut'oiiucetuent that the Pioneer company
D. II. Ray. aged chaplain of the first J has doubled Its capital stock. The Xei
()klaho " * • -
..... - -- caul
. ... legislature. I- moving Into his I« •uipany ki capitalised at half a million,
home at I'litmuu Heights, presented to ' while the Pioneer's la now Ave million.
the .street, the harhers next door I'
ing frightened somewhat also No dumag
was done. The fire department was ei
In quick time, but their services were un
NPEKI) CAHKN IIIHMlNSKn
■Indire lllghlcy dismissed the speedlm
case ngainst the gas lompnnv official.'
I si st night, declaring that the company wn
Justified when they were running to
hursted wat main.
IIM —I All. Sf.MKM K—AITK AIM.
whisk}. was fined and sentenced t< 1
I days fn Jail I• y .fudge lllgldey last night
1 Scott mii>ealed his case He wua arreatei
i at I Went Keno avenne
t SUn I'ROI AN1TY—FINED
li 1111 by Ids old friends The formal open
lug >>r house warming "ill not take ida-j
until < haplnin Kay's Idrtliday. March 1'T
Mr Kay ih one .if the l"st known mei
! in nklahMnia today, especially among news
I paper men He has published newspaper
I In Tennessee. Kentucky Missouri and Okla
liomu. being last with the Raptlst Flair
• lie time he was at the head «'f a $'<C
; publishing house in Si Louis, but his
- h bites -ire -aid t• • have dealt unfairly
with him and he. lost his fortuue there.
He is :in old Kautjsi preacher and made
| himself n warm friend of every member
f the new state's first legislnt un*. and
1.1 show their regard for him t lieac poll
ti. 1.if.- and other friends have procured
htm a home in Oklnlioma City, as before
stated, in which to pass his declining years.
• IIOI *1 \\ 1IIMIM.
A. Karnes. C. Barber and Kosa N
lord Incorporated the new co/npany. which
ma) use automatic telephones.
The Hloneer company says It has al-
ready sold half its new stock issue and
the money will go Into equlpiueut. The
stvek increase was made because the
C mpany hud about reached Its borrowing
limit allowed by luw with Its former
' " "" capital.
\ KM V LOCATES IS NKW HOME.
The I'nited States army recruiting sta-
tion Is now located in new quarters In the
Patterson building. Main and Hudson.
I'nur rooms have been engaged for an
offh-e nnd ten more for barracks where
recruits may he housed after their enlist
merit up until the time they are sent
1 \ K If.
11 ud <
OlllpiII iII t of .1 .1.
Judge High ley. Sinclair 11
that Christy called at hi* home and
erately cursed the entire fami'x •>
children In the neighborhood had ills'
his peace by running on ills porch 11
ade that t
x mi .1 miliary -•>.
he a big celeb rut In
of the state will be in at
it that time 'I
enjoyable social p ron rain.
In th ' new home will be
oklahoma City has the reputation of
Kiks rating third and4 fourth in the number
t their and quality of recruits secured. Hence
At that it is given nice quarters. It is presumed
F.Iks J tj,at the great advertising oklahoma City
gets throughout the East causes many
f ,young men to com a here. Not finding
ed *o be work at oiu-e, and reluctant to go back
, 'i |M.n; | home, they enlist In the army.
The1 Samuel Dwesc of KnId re-eniUted yes-
held 1 terday afternoon and Joins the Infantry ut
l or the purpose of boosting the mo\e | fj
tutnt for bi tter roads In Oklahoma county. | p.-aleil the
.i F Harbour, president of the Oklahoma ;
i ity Ketallers' association, has apnointcd
:i committee composed of Clark Hudson.
I. 1 .yon and K C Housel, who hold
n meeting within a few days.
The committee will investigate the prob-
able cost of bulldlug two macadam roads
ai ross the county, one runnlns north and
noi.th and the other east and west, and
oresslng each other In oklahoma < Ity. In-
vestigation also will be made as t« the
Vest material that could be used for the
I INKII Kfr-APrKtl.'
'arthy. charged wit
|| of police officers w
nide at 17 South 11 n 1
!'_Vi in the city four
IIOOKWOKM IS A 111 Mill I
A FREELECTORETO ALL!
Victory Over Death and Hell
1 • ,
Assembly Room, Court House,
Sunday, Jan. 23, at 3 p. m.
MENTA STURGEON, Speaker
An Able Orator and Extensive Traveler.
Under Auspices Peoples Pulpit Brooklyn Tabernacle.
Everybody Cordially Invited. Non-Sectarian.
No Collections. Seats Free.
TO BE EMPLOYED
intuit lee will complete Its work
and report to the Ketallers' association
which organisation will then pass upon
tin matter mid make recommendations
tac board of county commissioners, and
ask for a boud issue to cover the expense.
MRS. CAIN tiKTS DIVORC E.
Cora H. Cain has been granted a di-
vorce from Fletcher II Cain on the
grounds of abandonment and neglect I lie
mother tjets the custody of two minor
children. The couple w
AFTER RELEASE ON WRIT.
locked up 7n the'county Jail, w ere Instl
Cincinnati, Ohio, Jan. 21.—That a horse
whip vigorously applied Is a cure for the
affinity erase Is the belief expressed by
Mm. Anna Stark of Pair mount. She used
one vigorously «>n her rival and finished
off the treatment by pummelling her hus-
band. Oodfrey. today in a Jewelry store
on Fourth street, where he Is employed.
The victim of the lash Is known to the
outraged wife us "Mrs Kramer." although
Htsrk declares that she is the daughter of
a prominent family. When the women
met on Vine street, nenr Sixth, Mrs. Stark
at once brought her whip into play. Her
shoulder* and face were crisscrossed with
welts before spectators checked the attack
Then nhe landed rights and lofts In her
hnsbsnd's face, aniashed bis spectacles,
and left hlm bleeding from nnmeroua cut*
VICTORY OVER DEATH AND It ELL.
An able, Impressive. Indisputable, pre-
setisnflnn of this subject. Hear It nt
aaaenibly hall, court house. 3 p. in.. Sun
day. January Free seats Free litem
tnpi\ all cordially welcomed. T .
(lOVKRNORs OOXI1KKNC1 OLOIII
Habeas corpus proceedings to secure the
rtlease of W. T Thompson, who was
tUThe 'officers believed Thompson knew
something about certain robberies which
occurred some weeks ago, when a number
of dentists were relieved of gold, and he
wh* held for Investigation. The man
maintains that he has been In the city
but two days.
FILES SUIT FOR DIVORCE.
CLAREMF VOl'Nti \KRESTED.
Clarence young, believed to have l<
the man who made Ida escape win
Iteckham wns arrested Inst Sund
hnrged with endeavoring to break into
bo* car of the Frisco lines, was arresU
Thursday by officers.
Rl5ALT\ MAN Ol I ON IIAIL.
eniiets. wns allowed to dopart
trial being set for next Tuesday.' Stub-
blefleld Is a really man. recently here
FAIR WEATHER TONIGHT. ____
weather forecast for Oklahoma Is, New Orleans. .Ian.
,id-hi ii'il warmer in the western Ihinn, house surgeon
S:itnrda\ win he fair and warm there, believes there Is more
ii :i11v there will . f.ilr weather with bug In the now famous hookworm scare,
i: temperature, alth the thermometer i nnd says that an Italian phyilcian has
below the free/.iug point. Informed hlm that foreign settlers are be
! iny drawn away from the South because
I of the prevalent reports of the epidemic.
STATE TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONS.
I Kxamlnatlon of teachers in the city
schools will be held January -7. 'M and JO.
'Hilte ii number of teachers will write for
licenses. t'niler the law teachers are
given temporary certificates and allowed
' until the first examination where j
TWENTY IN SCHOOL
OVERCOME BY GAS
Philadelphia, Jan. 21. -The result of In-
"i up lnnenh v vesi.gutloiis here and abroad., which hav^'
nt Chnrllv liusn it ai ,M!*' 1"*'n > ®de public, show that cje«-
"L;„ " . L. ... lrl.lly is far >ii|ier1 r lo :iny of lhe ilrum
! uo\s used to produce analgesia.
The discovery Is expected by prointneut
surgeons to revolutionize modern surgery.
IOleetrjclty as an anaesthetic has no bad
effects on the heurt. It produces a form
of Insensibility by uctlug on the nerve
centers of the brain, called "electric
sleep." When the circuit is opened the in-
fluence of the anaesthetic is immediately
lost and the patient becomes conscious
without feeling any of the after effects
oniinon to ether and chloroform.
At the Philadelphia general hospital
they will shortly procure the necessary
on -i apparatus and will conduct a series of
they have bad no opportunity to take the j ♦•xhaufitJvo Investigations prs Mtnran
HEN ESSE * MERCHANTS ORGANIZE.
FATHER LOCKS BOY
Colorado Springp. Jan. 21.—Twenty pu-
pils. aged from 12 to lu vears. students in
I the fifth grade of the Longfellow school
1 'dofi'd * Ity. were oyercome byn K?,s. " ! a retailers' association with 27 members,
' [['irrLZ liL.i!, L •ni.i over1 ||;|S been organized at Hennessey. T. J.
I'ir'falnled^ln Theft prosldent.''"anJlWspiw. iS&r?"
! iiMits. while the remainder of those who I" «<n enthuslaatle letter to State Man-
were attacked succeeded in getting out | nger
; into the fresh air before they lost
Krikor Kiisssblan. director of the itoeut
) Ken ray laboratory at the Philadelphia
I hospital, is now engaged in this worn, to-
gether with I r. Solomon Soils Cohen.
and two girls fainted as they
■ I left the room and the others who inhaled
the gas were nauseated, many vomiting he-
Denver. Jan. 21—Locked In a bedroom i fore they could leave the hiiildlng.
by Ids father. Sheldon Scluinrs. the 3- j The teacher. Miss Harriet Howard, 1m
year-old son of 1 .1. Schnars, a salesman medlntelv reported the matter to the prln-
employed by the Nave-McCord Mercantile! cipnl. Mrs. Kinney, who, with Mlsi
being Incliierated. The'ard and otln
locking of the boy In the room was an ac those wh
ddent. due solely to the father becomllig sufferings
excited when the house cauuht. fire and mi* did
not knowing that his son was in the r- om. drei,
Itesldes having a number of burns about
the body. It Is feared that he inhaled the
. . helped* t> revive
fainted and to relieve the
f the puntls. The effect of the
iot leave,when the afflicted cliil-
Into the fresh all* nnd they were
their homes for the remainder of
... Foster. Joe McNerney
retary of the association at Sparks, tells
of the progress along the line of collec-
tions that Is being made nt Sparks.
HELL IS II ELL AND DEATH IS DEATH
How to overcome them has puzzled all
of all ages. If you would know how to
be victor over them, hear the free lec-
ture .it court house. Snndny 2.''.. at 3 p. m.
by Menta Sturgeon, of Brooklyn taber-
ROOSEVELT RETI'RNS JINE t.
| New York. Jan. 21. Mrs. Theodore
i Roosevelt will sail for Naples February
13 on the liner Hamburg, on her way to
I'pper Kgypt. According to news received
from I-'ast Africa recently, ex-President
Roosevelt will arrive at Khartoum March
After remaining two or three days at
a hotel in Khartoum he will meet Mrs,
Roosevelt He will be back In the Uuited
Stales June 1.
SCHOOL OVERRl N BY RATS.
Why he locked the door I* a mystery
cannot explain, except that It wns due to
| hi* excitement nnd Ids Intention t<> keep
Alleging cruelty, verbal abuse and non-
si-pport. ,ii*le Beaucbamp has instltntel
divorce proceedings against Commodore
' They were msrrle<l In Alton, IlL. in , _ ,il, llirill „„
IStfl. and until s year ago were residents j flames inside the room
of Oklahoma City, living at • 1W Wes* | gpr^nd throughout the house
Fiahth strest. The plaintiff claims her I The cause of the fire is not known. imp
husband earns $73 a month, and asks $'-•> i it In believed that yonng Scbnars started
n month for the support of a 15-year-ohl n by playing with matches.
daughter. , —-—
1 TASTE THIS IN VOI R HAT:
Commencing tomorrow a Saturday
Pointer will appear instead of the Snndny
morning Issue -the Sunday paper being
Ads taken until 11 o'clock Saturday
morning for the Saturday paper.
HELD ON OPH'M CHARGES.
L. I'age. negro, was arrested last night
charged with running an opium joint, and
when arraigned this tnornjnu entered plea
of not guilty. The .. was continued un-
til 3 o'clock this evening.
Alice I'age. his wife, was arrested on
the charge of smoking the drug, her case
being continued also.
"SHOOTING TOO GOOD
FOR HIM"—SHE SAYS
flames. city Physician fillmore was called to
The accident took place at the Schnars Investigate, but could not determine the
home. 1882 Vine street. The father wns i nature of the gas. The room had been
talking to several friends In his front ventilated, and few traces of it could be
yard, when he saw smoke Issuing from the found. An examination of the buildinc
bedroom. Not knowlnir that his son was showed that t o sewer ana nor gns from
lu the room, the father rushed into the j the furnace could net into the room, nnd
flames, closed the windows and then shut the only explnnatlon was .that.some strong
the door, locking It behind him. irns. probnblv
v he r
REV. HARPER LECTURES
WATKINS CASE TO JURY.
Guthrie. Jan. 21.—The ease ef Norris
Watkins, who wns convicted of murder
Hint sentenced to the penitentiary and later
secured a new trial. i§ in the hands of the
Jury tuis afternoon.
CHARITV BALL RIG SICCKS8.
Oklahoma City's four hundred was out
In all Its glory last night to attend the
Five O'clock Te« clubs charity hall at
the new I.ee-Hucklns hotel. The decora
Hons were beautiful and the gowns were
gorgeous. The guests had a fine oppor-
tunity to inspect the hotel which has Just
Owing to the limited tire of the Lee ball
rsom. only a part of the dancers could net
on the floor at one time, but tn three hours
and a half all those present who cared t«
trip the light fantnstic got an opportunity
to do so Mrs Henr/ Overholaer, presl
dent of the club led the grand march
with Mr Overholaer.
The proceeds are clsae to f 1.000
atorv organs In the manner shown, was
scattered In n certain part of the room
bv mischievous hovs. A month ago. car-
bon blsi.li.hlde was scattered 111 the Whit-
tier bulldl'iir nnd some students were af
fected in like manner.
OKLAHOMA CITY MAN
UNABLE TO GIVE BOND
New York, Jan. 21.—Public school No. 3,
In Hoboken. N. J.. has a plague of rats.
Residents of the neighborhood, after re-
peatedly calling the mutter to the atten-
• i tion of the board of education without
effrcr, say ^Mat they have become
"Scotland In Romance and History" was! nlanned for the safety « f their children,
the title of an illustrated lecture delivered I They sent the following "emergency"
last night at the First Presbyterian j communication to the board:
church before the Presbyterian brother-1 •owing to the prodigious multiplication,
hood by Pastor Thomas li. Harper of PH-I destructive influence, propensity of bar-
grim Congregational church. The speaker |>orlng parasites and propagation of ills-
has visited Scotland and was well versed ; ease. It i^ worthy your serious notice
In his subject. He presented some Inter- that steps should be taken to exterminate
ERECT FIRE STATION
FOR CAPITOL HILL s
Log Angeles. Jan. 21 — As she gazed
with astonished, unbelieving eyes upon
A Leonard Phillips, who had
thousands of miles to make an
nfeasloii of his Improper relations with
her, Mrs Laura Frances Chapman, who
being sued for divorce by her hus-
I band. Harry C. Chapman, turned from
estlng views of the country
The doctor dwelt on the literature and
history of Scotland. He discussed the Ife
nnd writings of Sir Walter Scott, the poet
R diert Hums and the trreat historical
character. Mary, queen of Scots.
At the close of the lecture, which was
largely attended, the company adjourned
to the home of Rev. Rlepma. adjoining the
church on Broadwnjr and Sixth street,
where a reception was held uuil refresh-
ments were served.
wouldn't read his own 'puffs."
New York. Jan. 21.—-Lewis Stuyvesnnt
( hauler, cx-lteutcnnnt governor, testified
before Justice Blschoff in the supreme
court today that lie was ashamed of tin-
work William F. Clark and William I.
£ j Manning were doing to "puff" hlm in t
Washington. Jan. 21.—After perfecting
,plsi>0 fsr future meetings, the conference I —— | witness with an expression of horror
of governors closed yesterdHy. The ex ecu- I and dlfgust and half hysterically wills-
fives will meet again at seme state cap! ! Arrangements are today beinir made by ,„,m| •
fol between Thanksgiving snd Christ inns I Chief K« sler of the fire department, to "Shooting is too good for such a man.
of tbl- ■T«yr v. h,Iii.irl.nl worl <r.n a Opllol Hill, whlrh ■ I1",".''. I otlii-rnise I .ill,! .nroli .liool lilm."
compliahed during the me<Mliig here Oklahoma * Ity, lhursday. the bent of fin ^ 'iuiiiiihc was f rmerlv i socletv
protection, the same n- is rendered in other 1 "iieriy a sot .
BORN AM lo n K 1 LOES—TWINS parts of the city. A temporary fire station. J°'"nn ™ u sulsTan t la nferchsu t there
NAMED OHIO AND WROINIA yet unnamed, is being erected, and "e llli- Vir nn o. V,
water svstem will be Improved as soon as j but some time ago lie moveii to iais An-i
Gslllpolls. Ohio. Jan. 21—While being th" plana an be accomplished
buffeted about in un Ice floe nn the oh o Notice that Capitol Hill Is part or Okla-
river last night Mr and Mrs Wll in in , hotna City was received by the chief this
Shields became the parents of twin airl.*- i morning, and he will Immediately see that
The family lived on n house boat mo.-red e erythlug is prepared for a fire of auy
ft Millwood. W. Vh. The boat win torn size.
®o e hv the Ice ami when It landed todnv 1 I he Capitol Hill department will have
It* gasoline engine to pump me water to
the IBOther was attended hv phyalcls
The girls were named "Ohio and "Vir
gfula," s« a memory of the trying ordeal
under which ihey were born.
the ma«ns for s «hort time, when the
will Install the Oklahoma ( Ity syatetn and !
have the best protection.
he surest Indication of :i no account
spa per is f he startjlnu declaration that
alleired it is giving away advertising space—be-
cause advertising is Its stock In trade, the
milv dependable source of revenue. The
give-away notice means there's something
V dwarfed clreu'atlou!
Advertising worth nothing!
Then yon don't want It!
Vdvertlse in a newspaper that delivers
results, prints real news, has real readers,
and offers snnce to sell which has a mar-
ket value and menu* real, bonaf-d
TltN Till' SATFUDAT POINTKR
\ <ss") daMv circulation.
Results worth while.
gelea and brought suit for divorce, nam j —
Ing Phillips, who is also a Canadian, as
correspondent. Mrs. Chapman came here
to fight the case, claiming that she was
innocent of wrongdoing Phillips fol-
lowed and appeared as the chief witness
In support of the husband's petition for
newborn babe with a
used on *."00 hdnd.
e nan < ■ as betraying her are charged
th criminal assault* while the young| newfipapers when he was'running for th
' I'-1'' -<■•'. .Ti1 !l^"„L<> I liMroorntlo uomlnntion for tl.e ,.r.. 1,1,•,
( hauler was a witness In his own behalf
In the suit of Clark to collect 120.000 for
Under cross-examination by Clarence J.
Shearn, Chanler said he wanted to keep lr.
the background Manning fold h'm t • do
so. he said, anrl another reason was that
he was ashamed of the "whole bust" - "
"Ashamed of hiring a man to miff you
up' in a newspaper?'' asked Shearn.
"That's it exactly," replied Chanler. "t
never did It before, and I will uever do
Chanler said he was so ashamed of the
way Manning and Clark did their work
that he refused to read th* newspaper
clippings that were went to hl*n. He d -
• lared he gave flfi.000 to his brother, Wil-
liam. "to oblige him.''
I the child \lex Wilt email has been
released on *1.000 hond. It. S. Swart*, nil
Oklahoma City hide salesman. Who she
savs was the babe's father, i* in jail un-
able to procure $1.(M0 bond. Governor Has-
kell has been asked to l,ssm> requisition
papers for John Wright of Fayettevllle.
said to be connected with the
31 WEST MAIN ST.
One Door East of Night and
3^ll>. can hand packed
3-lb can Green (String
3-lb. ean Lye Hominy... ,8c
2-lb. can Wisconsin Corn, ,8c
Granulated Sugar, 18 lbs.
Fresh Country Eggs 34c
Head Japan Bice, 6 lbs..25c
Potatoes, per bushel 88c
Apples, choice Jonathan,
per peck ,48c
4-oz. vase Mustard 9c
Choice Cooking Figs, per
lb 7! ac
Large 4-crown Kaisins. .7' i>c
Prunes, per lb 6c
We have fresh Lettuce, To-
matoes. Cabbage etc.; also a
full line of Fruits.
We Sell for Oath and Save
. TO HIS MISDEEDS
these pests before they permeate tin1
entire building and its occupants, causing
fiery chariot didn't come.
Belllngham. Wish., Jim. 21. -Waiting
for a flerv chariot from heaven. Ceorge
Pasehtot. his wife nnd four children strip-
ped themselves yesterday at Lvnden. ;
Wash., and clam! ered to the roof of their n.u„ Tn„ _ tl. ,
hi.iuc In frcMlne wi-.itli.T Wlii-n dlsiw.T- Delta. Colttj Jan. 51.— Rev. O. T.. Blah-
ed. their bnby. Juirta. 11 months old. was 11 ilaptlst minister, who suddenly
dead from expo ure and hunger and an- oft. "nfl ^effns- -N- M., where he wan
other child was dving pastor of a church, because a brother
Sun da v a "11. iv Holler" exhorted mem preacher had threatened to expose his
hers of' the se t' tit I-ynden U prepare ; P«st life In a Kansas town, has written
for the end of the world. l'aschtut and « trom Olathe, this county, to a
wTe took the nstructhm literally, strip PuPei 'n I'** Vegus, explaining wby he
pel themselves and the children and j ,ot.. where he is now located. Kishop
darned the night through in the bitter while at I-as Vegas, was accused of com-
weather mltlng Indiscretions while acting as a
The prosecuting attorney said today lie I minister in the Kansas town from which
uid try to hold the preaching elder "
a manslaughter charge.
JURY FAILS TO AGREE
GIVES FOUR THOUSAND
ACRES TO UNEMPLOYED
DEMOCRAT* ARE IGNOREI).
Brief Court News
death a\ i> 11 eli. not yl( forum '
Suit tin a note for $1000 is been Insti-
: tilted in the superior court by the First
1 State bank ngiilnM Uoorge • Jones and
I | elia 1. .lone^ The note was given, nc-
ic filing to the petition, on August 10. l'HK
i n the witness stand today Phillips ad
raltted that he had preTloiisly swori
that his a>'jualiitance with Mrs Chap
man was of an entirely innocent char
aeter Hut, he said, he had sworn t< n
falsehood He made a detailed state
inent of his alleged relations with tin
woman, iu which he made no attempt ti
a rt n ior voi r money.
want ad in The Pointer gives
for your money" at a price
Fifteen words, two days. .'Ill
>*• dally circulation
il ready now for the Saturday
iday Pointer bereafter
St Louis, Jan. 21.—George M Jackson
of I'iggott. Ark . announces that he will
give iooo acres oi rich bottom land*
near I'iggott. valued at $100 an acre, to
the unemployed of the Failed States The
announcement was made at a meeting,
I.f the Itrotherhood Welfare Association,
of which .lames F.ads How, the wealthy
After a deliberation lasting from n
o'clock Thursday afternoon until 10
o'clock this morning, the Jury lu the $r 000
damage suit of J. H. Halley against the
o. K. Huh & Carriage Company was dis-
charged thl« morning by Superior Judge
A. N Munden.
The case has been tried twice in the
superior court and on both occasions a
hung Jury resulted. The case will go
trial for the third time the first part of
March If the-next jury falls to agree,
«e A G, Garland got his permit to j the case'will have the record for num-
the building of the old Main street her of trials without a verdict.
1 works frimi its former location to Bailey. Is M yearn old and a pf •< y. ■
* lteno street before the recent: He is said to be the oldest news p ddler|fi
extending Hie fire limits of t he in the state The i I a I" 11 f f In 11 «? pet * 11 o u
. assed. residents of Hudson ave- avers that January 1. ).MW. hip 111 "
imo. who protested and secured an lu down by a cab *J° mSTSwav
Junction yesterday were disappointwl. company at Main street anil Hroadw.ij,
However, there may be some trouble. a< nnd seriously Injured.
the permit reads for IOT and not for It IP. ri v TP ON
u„. lot W«l Ill-no. where the "IIMAtl" JM. UOVBRNSTKNT.
house Is to be erected. |
I Stillwater. Okla.. Jan. 21. The mayor
U to call nn election to decide wliellie
Ol ITS POHTOFFICE lEIIRCARl I.
February t the resignation of Post of-
fice Clerk Owen F Gallagher will go into
effect, and he will be succeeded by C G
Ai drews. non a substitute clefk. Another
substitute will be appointed within the OLD MAID \T IS?
I Jet ;
LADIES FREE !
superior Judge A N Munden has sot
H bruaiv 11 as the date when the hearing
■ if the application of the stale for an in
ininnon against the Tbrradglll hotel will
!„• beard The suit was tiled Thursday I .... .. ., , ,
„„| _,n,a«i that liquor I. belnx ...Id ' | i?" .,«h« lm« Jlu.rr
ihe aoeieiry. ______ j Huberts. 10 years old.
The offer w
by the brothc
aiily will be
jested by Mi
working f r t
s taken tinder advisement
rhood officials and prob-
acccpted. The plan sug-
,la< kson is that 400 uu-
00 I S
J 11. Uakestraw was afrested thU
i.orniug on West California avenue bv
he police on a charge of bootlegging It
. claim",I that he was giving whiskv
•t Judge George " Cia
endeied Judgment in ti
-out of Guy \ McClure
Harper. The Judgment t
The incest case against William Curry,
..f edmond, wn- stricken from the assign
nicut this morning in the district court.
1 Superior .Indue A V Munden this morn-
in, dismissed the vni'i damage suit of J.
|. \ an Noy against the Pioneer Telepboii,'
onip.iuy A stipulation was tiled, asking
thai the case be dismissed.
«as spent ut the Charily
| ball, w here they were guests of honor, and
midnight they left for Muskogee, via the
I Hock Island. They will visit Oenlson.
! Fort Worth, Austin. Houston, Galveston,
i Sun Antonio Little Hock, Memphis and
I other cities on tbeir tour of the South-
Itefore leaving Oklahoma City Festna J.
\\ii<je, who is preiildaut of the Mercantile
Trust Company, aud the Mercantile Na-
tional bank, snid:
We ulieady huv a million dollars loan
ed in Oklahoma City propertj and would
be glnd to losn another million if we
could find borrowers "
Which wns an lodlcation that Wade ha*
some confidence in Oklahoma City real
••state values, at pre«ent and in the fu
>out the streets of Oklahoma
weeks ago, when he later was hit b.\ a
street car. making It possible to return
him home nenr Putnam City, is again
stalking the streets here, last night lia\
in* been reported at the Hock Island
round house, where he eudeavord to create
ills father in Putnam Citv lias notified
the police to be on the watch, as Karl
is presumed to be in a dangerous state
Frequently these recurrences of demen-
tia sel*e the lad. and when excited ts sold
to be 'luugerou- Whn he Is In his tight
mind it in *ald that be knows nothing
of what he hss done when in fits of
li is expected that when he is caught
j iguln that he will he takcu charge of h^
SAYS BANKING BOARD
HAS ACTED UNWISELY
Noble. Okla.. .Ian. _i Assistant Attor-
ney General E. G Spliman does not be
lleve the state banking i >srd should have
uppolnted an attorney to take charge of
the suit of the Noble Slate bank against
(••vernor Haskell. Lluetenant Governor
Hellaiuv. .1 T Connors. State Treasurer
Menefc. . Auditor II 11 Trapp and II H
Smock, which comes up In the I'nited
States supreme court iu May The at
torney general believes iho state has con-
dinted the case successfully alone.
the persons a
oftlcially known .
coiumonly called h>
and consuming l
son says he has
but that he will
erty as they have
nds to seek
as heard by 20«l n
unemployed and in
iocs, who divided ti
■ning to the spc.i
c <| mm titles of co
nlsl.ed by How Ja
ie heirs. grnndehlbP
t lea\e them his pr
ot earned It.
TYPHOID CLAIMS TEN
PER CtNT OF VICTIMS
IS THEN AT
Chicago, Jan. 21 Is an unmarried wo-
man an "old maid" at 28?
fipcidedlv not. in-cording to^ Mrs. Heni'.v
Jaffrav. who addressed the West Side Co-
educational club, 2858 Washington boule-
" \'n unmarried woman of 28 Is an hilton-
ut factor in social and buslne>« life.
Washington. Jan. 21. Dr. John
Rosenau. of the Harvard School of Medi
. ine of Hoston. declares that the typhoid SOt,
scourge which Is sweeping the conntrv S,|C w
l> worse than anywhere else in the world take
lie claims that the annual total in deaths things' biit'she Is
* — ' or |o per cent \ inrce audlem
of the patients. .ViO.OOU These remarks the
were made at the auuual insurance presl- )
he said, and she probably l« better look
iil' at that age than any other At one
•erlod of our « Ivlltxation she might have
.....n i- old maid ' Hut that time linn pus-
;ed She doesn't have to marry now unless
ihe wants to. She on go Into business.
do ninny other
Id maid.' "
eutliueut of tlie speaker.
DENTIST BROKE HER IAN
SEEKING HIS WIFE
I Hinporla, Ka
1 in St Mai
; from blood pc -
tooth pulled and her jaw Was broke
.. ' .... I « .....I It II. /nirull J
ji.d-iuiing set in nnd It is feared she
GOVERNMENT TO CONTINI E SUIT.
WITH HIS SICK CHILD
Iienver, Jan. 21
gypsies, after lur
police of Henver ;
nearly a week. -
fieil of the serlu
Interval then fold
snd loaded it t t«
with Mrs Joe ti.
and sundry boxes
a g bean so
that he CO
sheepman of Wl
seandiing for hi
C A Fuller, with whom he helb ves sne i
eloped Fiom early morning until latei
jilt night, he has spent the past three duys
walking the streets, searching rooming I
houses nnd doing all in his power to lo- |
chief of the vste the couple.
ight by the In making his search Poerscl has blood
Springs fu*. ii> Ills eye and the police fc ar that if he
ild he noti-j should meet his wife and the man he he- 1
' his little I Ilexes she has run away with, he will kill'
I in Denver for a brief i them. To prevent any such tragedy. I'nder
d his tent like an Mali Sheriff J. A Tlhon of Morgan county Is
an express wagon along i accompanying Poersel.
■lr five children, a s-tovel Fuller **as employed by a minister in I
and boles of household Wiggins and lu this way he became ac
•inalnted with Mrs Poerscl. who Is good
the iihio bouse insists looking aud years old I'oersel sua
ie child r plciotied nothing until when lie discovered
that his wife, who had come to Denver os
tenslbly for the purpote of iiettlng medi-
al treatment whs misting. \t Iho same
time tlie Wiggins minister reported that
Fuller had disappeared with a few at
titles of wearing apparel
rsel tame here and w|tn the aid
buries Poersel. a Wlckersham has a
. Js lu Denver eminent 'ot drop Its suit for the dis-
•• Poersel. and solution ©f the ni"'-''*r of Ihe union' Pa-
iflc and Southern PuvHIc road?.
l 1 arrange
. way from
their space Is
What'a the use of trying to
IRUN'MKN WEEK II UiMEK PA\
Cleveland. Jan 21 Traiatasn on Ti rail
reads east ot Chicago h* e demanded Inl^H
reuse in pgy Two huiidrsd thousand en where tfcere is *
pleyes are affected It in not hHleved wpii yeur ilnie
that a strike in Imminent An Incroase ndvertlae In m papei thai glie
of 10 to .'«) per •■eiil In wages is sought j at s rensonable price
and full psy while men un* demi head i'ry lie Hntorday Pointer,
lilt" back to their starting point after fin- j No Sands? Issue hereafter
ishlng a ruu elsewhere freiu the place it I liTftaea word* two days, <
Ui'gam. | ufCU«w 2u West Grand.
f the child's II
for be arrived
ments to take
the branch It
St. Louis HPH
ami his l and stopped at JopHn. Mo While the police started an iuveatlgatlon It dc
tliere his 0-year old daughtei wss burned velopad that the la*t seen of Mrs I'oer-
to death \fter her deatli \danis returned sel was Ssturds\ afternoon when -he left
to St i Louis county. There he was called Mr* Charles Deeins a friend, living at
upon to luterfeic In a runaway match be 1 4T:tf Clay atreet She had been visiting
tween a girl of his band and his brother. Mrs Deems and the two women had spent
Newspapers, by running ads free, admit |0ruttfd in St l.oult -■ouni.i The lav ofltli" afternoon shopping Mrs poeisel
dwarfed clreulatlao snd aeknowiedite the gypsies require- tliem to be betrothed bade her friend go«'dhy. s;iyhie
Mill. r nolklnt f"r '*!"''*' irwnlail... I...I ■ |jj|.
case the father of the bo\ boiiulit Ihe
girl from her father and while Nil.
\ I 41 T. ISN'T IT?
au'd lust as j tin
fore he 1
ti pie left for
uolng to the Union depot slie stated tb*
-lie had engaged a hired girl and wa>
I going to send her to Wiggins
vj e<-t to go to ii hia<p|tal for
hut I'll keep you ml vised.'
Strong and Liberal
The strength of a bank Is meas-
ured by its capital stock, which
is the margin put up by tbe stock-
holder* to protect the depositors.
The capital of this bat k Is dou-
l > that of any other bank in the
State of Oklahoma.
It Is the policy of our Hoard
of Directors to grant liberal lilies
of credit to our depositors and
thus encourage new ones to ome
to ti* Think the matter over and
i all for further information If you
desire it At tbe beginning of a
new year Is a good time to open
American National Bank
Corni*r Main nnrl Robinson
Ciipital mill Surplus $050,000
Shelving, Show Cases, Horse
and Wagon, and Store Fix-
tures for sale. Call early and
get a bargain.
Union Market Co.
15 S Robinson.
Bishop does not deny the charges made
ngainst him. but insists that God had
forgiven him. and thai when he accepted
the Las Vegas call his conscience was
clear. Il« does not attempt to exonerate
himself or to place the blame for his con
duct on anyone else. On the contrary, be
confesses his misdeeds, the nature of
which, however, he docs not explalu and
which enn only Ire conjectured.
Bishop charges that he wan betrayed
by a brother clergyman at the pnsf*rs'
convention held there last month. That
as a result, the conference demanded
that Uie local Baptist congregation rorn
pel him to resign, which he did. ami that
as a consequence he was forced to ab-
ruptly abaudon hia work there.
BKKCHKKS' CHCRCII, BROOKLYN
A noted lecturer Jfrom there, Menta
tftlirgeon at court house. Sunday. 23rd. :t
in Ills famous lecture "Victory Otep
Death and Hell." All arc iuvited to bear
It. Free. 7.3
I.AC ROHM M AYOR LKAVKH.
Orl J. Horensen. mayor of LaCrose. TTta ,
was the guest of the board of publb;
works Thursday nnd in his rounds around
ihe city made a complete investigation ef
the city's water works It Is believed tb l
he Is making Investigatlona for tbe watec
ii" the Vitv will adopt a commission form t works at LaCVosa.
of government' The W. C T l has su-' Mayor Horensen departed today f e
• ceded in getting the council to make | Memphis, Tenn.
p. olhalls close at midnight.
poison Victim recovers.
W. M. Bromson. who with a friend ws
taken to St. Anthony's hospital, suffering
from poisoning contracted through drink-
ing bpd whisky, was a Ms to leave the
hospital Thursday night. practically
cured. At oue time Mr. Bromson was |i
a serious condition.
(IF.T JI IXi ME\T FOR f ! 7 W.
The Jury In the $287.30 commission snll
of W. K. Caldwell and -W TT lingers
against A. J. Haswell and L. Z. Taylor
lust tiigiit rendered judgment In full f«r
the plaintiff. The case was tried tn tho
county court before County Judge Sam
The hearing of the case was set for
: Thursday morning, but had to over
until evening owing to the hearing of the
! llanso will case before Special Judge Rus-
sell Lowe, as the attorneys feared th.;fc
1 MU« vnnu Smith , A0 ,n ",v ''ourta being lu session miRht
r,I,.nl !?; ""f* rlog J'.vnll.lalc trial.
Miss Smith hud
■* That want will be satlsfled'-Tf you rid
yertlse in the Saturday, tasue ef The
Kjfteeo words, two daya. : cents.
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