Oklahoma City Daily Pointer (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, February 11, 1910 Page: 1 of 4
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OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11. 1910.—NO
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Local itqpderk. p i liuc.
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Hi mi nest
So< ;ety .
CLAIMS WOMtN FOLKS
PUT GREASE IN WALL
Upon tlio charge of malicious mis-
chief. .Mrs. Hicks and her daughter
will be arrested today. The com-
plaining witness, Frances K. Clark,
alleges that the defendants entered
, her house at 210 West Friso stret '
aDu tore the paper off of the walls.!
I Not content with this destruction!
! they are charged with then having
I smeared grease on the walls and 'o
i have broken in the panels of the
j doors and stopped up the water pipes.
SUES FOR $10,000 BALM.
Damages in the sum of $10.u00 are
MANDAMUS FOR ClfV
WATER IS POSTPONED
It Is announced as a definite lact
that an extension of the Frisco will
be m«de from Lawton through Devol,
Okla., ti) Wichita Falls, Texas. ('. (J.
great"'#"aviator, plulhan. March 4 and J011.;"1' -j"™* \ov'f*!'p'rl '"'.
it vou will guarantee my share ot i '• 11 B
receipts will not tv less than $(1,000.1ar® th® l>f« ">ters
New Orleans, I.a., Feb. 12.
Chamber of Commerce.
Oklahoma City, Ok la.
Dear Sir:—Can give you the world's
Breaking into a room in the rear of - wliiu> girls of this .in have been lisk,.d iiv K. X. Anderson, ot the K. '^^0,4",. this amount we share tY:uu1 \ dt i> t'h from
a Chinese laundry on West Second ] enticed away from their homes, friends ji. r^isle & Co., contractors, for in- . .. u, fnrntali and police !aHt ,i iii!,. n'.l rhnmi,.., of Corn-
tree. late last night the police ar- and all that i> dear, by the wiles jlirietl received by the plaintiff at *'r'ouJH0"pr|,„ ^ sel| tickets. Kd-j « . T n- KanZ,
rested Nellie Houghton and Loin Soln of the , unning. betraying and trencher- Mountain VI. w. Okla The petit on § Xoekrv. f SEwT? Uulf « ?w£ Lt a house!
on a charge of immoral conduct. The'ous orientals. j states that, in December the plalntift ti inlr-im waived bv , i,..„ hv n . Wnlt«ra Chain-
case against the Chinaman was post- Loin Soln pleaded not guilty when, was working on a school building and! , ^ ^ ' - armii g „
poned until tonight by Acting Police i he was arraigned in the police court tej| injuring his spine. The suit was} ^fcie,i,r^ ;/
Judge W. H. Zwick, when a tine will; this morning.
be imposed on the white girl. jt js said that few Chinese live in I
With the Incident ol last night made, oklahoma City, but who boast of an
ipublic, the police have announced American girl lover, and it is an equal-'
that in their opinion Oklahoma City ly we]| known fact, that few Chinese
is about lo be submerged in the throes women reside here. The same condM
of the "Yellow Peril," which has forltjons exjHt j„ all of the larger cosmo-
a number of y ears infested 8*h|poMtan cities of the United Slates.
Francisco and other Pacific coast ; jn oklahoma City one white girl has
towns. married a Chinese and professes that
Nellie, a pretty girl of 18 years, s|ie ]0ves her "yellow man" and would
went to the laundry with her friend. rather die than cease his company.
Marie Tull after a package of laundry, j ( oharm m el. the ceiestials
The smiling,-cunning celestial invited ; 8S Qvel. AmerlCBn gil.|s, is .he
the young girt to the rear room. blen, whlch the 1)0llce throughout
wherein the laundry is said to have g ari. ,ryl„B to solve
been The door was locked .cautious 1), > , . .
and the Tull girl waited impatiently | Such cases as these develop mm-
for a few minutes and then heard her der mysterlea like Uie ti o us Sigal
friend explain. "What's the matter. lnui.ler *' ■ , neoiile in In the preliminary hearing In Judge
with the light?" !:f!" .'TH an.i ^^ offeii Btoil at ^oth- Mun.Ien's division of the superior
Xo other sounds were heard in the I the woild, an 1 iciousv over' eourl thls afternoon of the suit to
room, nor did any glean, of light up- mg to gain their en. Is , ..lo,usy « ^ by lnjunctlon nhP Thieadglll
near. Fearing that a crime was he-, Miss Lisle Sigel c ' ,,' |.lv 1 hotel and brought against Dr. John
ing committed, the Tull girl tried the a Chinsunan pupil at i . Thieadglll. owner of the building, de-
door. only to find A locked The po- school to murder - • al. | velopments of a somewhat sensational
nature took place when George Riley,
negro porter, testified that intoxi-
begun in the district court.
AT ALL HOURS
W. fdeKeand of the jier 0f Commerce, the object being to
Chamber of Commerce, was turned boost the proposed line, whlcli.U is
Superior Judge A. N. .NlunUen this
morn'ng continued the Hearing o the
application of C . A. Compton for u
! writ of mandamus against the • it> ot'
Oklahoma indefinitely. The <lelay was
| caused b\ a diversity of oplniou con-
cerning the uietnod of procedure. The
I caurt intimated that as the action was
>eciat the statutes governing the,
same would have to lie strictly ad-
hered to lo.
Compton is seeking to secure u writ
of mandamus from the court to com ;
pel the city to pipe water into his
three houses iu Summers addition.
,.e petition says that the houses
across the street from those ownen
by the affiant have water connections
but the commodity has been refused
hiin. According to the petition the
plaintiff first requested the city to
pipe water into his houses in March,
1909, and in December tendered rent
al for three months in advance, but
over to the state fair association, said, is being surveyed from Kami-
Today Henry Overholser and I. S lett to Walters, si distance of -1 miles.
Mahan. respectively president au<l The dispatch states that Oklahoma
secretary of the fair association, are cii> capitalists are interested in the
considering the advisability ol bring-, project. Ijo«- 1 railroad men are not
h?g Paulliau who Is one of the most! iiic..ne,l to believe there will be an>
afnoVs aviators in the world, to Ok- • line hull! that will connect Oklahoma
lahoma ci.v he dates .hove men- ™
,T!nynr om°orrow" B<>n"' 1 iVls'o would'.on,.e.t Oklahoma city
sion tonight 01 tomorrow. n,'ami Lawton with Wichita Falls.
Paulhan, under the managemen ^or a jonR time this city uus need
CI ear y, is still at New Orleans, fol- ^ ^ [QiQ tlu, terriU),.y
lowing flights made in that citj dur- NVlchita Falls and now the d
ing the Mardi Oras carnival. I hat t<> ,wi riinM/^ Aither
ariship flights, with Paulhan and his
famous machine would draw an lm-1
Will Attempt to Prove His
Good Faith in Higher
Ann^unciug in open rourt fliat the
press had accused him of not desiring
extension of the Frisco or
crowd in Oklahoma City, is
Lice were called and rescued the gltf, I naman had won her
uiacina her and her Chinese com- hough she professed to love Ling ot
pardon under arrest . I William Lion, as he is known by his
It is a well known tact that certai.
1 American name.
GERRYMANDER STATE SOLONS
WILL AID NEW MAY LEGALIZE
CITY CHARTER H LL "TANGLE'
eating liquor had been habitually sold
in the Threadgill
The negro testified thai whisky was
kept in the icebox at all times, that
beer was brought in b\ the barrel,
LOCAL G. 0 .P.
IS ANGRY AT
It is believed
Postmaster E. I£.
That the Capitol Hill row over an-
nexation may be settled for all time
and that both were sold in the dining Drown that excavation for the new
rooms and private apartments to j (federal building, to be erected at I
whomever wanted it; that a man Third and Robinson streets, will be
came so often to collect empty whisky • commenced within a week. I he |
and beer bottles that he was known United States ofti. ial who will sti-,
as the "bottle man." perintend the construction is rxpecte^l
The fuse was continued until next duilj.
Thursday. Kiley implicated Steward, The materials submitted In sample
\rmstrong of the hotel, and he, a lob- form to fhe government l.v the con-
hv clerk. Frank Lewis, a chef named tractor, the M. J. Gill company, of]
chimin and ihe "bottle man" will tes- Ardmore, have been approve.I by I n-
tiry Thursday. cle Sam. as has thd bond of *105,000.
The preliminary hearing in the suit For Ihe past two i*eeks Mr. Hill has
. i ...: • 1... I nn.Uimb. knnn ..naiirl'iiio mnel ft 1 hit! lilllC 1)111'*
Htill he rec ,!ved no water.
City Attorne.x Tw>ford contended io prose.uie injunctions against at-
tlpit uie suit was not properly1 .e^ed bootlegging establishment, Cit>
brought, as the petition was not c«- Attorney .lames S. Twyford this
couipanied lo an affiuavit as required morning ordered cases to i>e made
by law, while Attorney O. c Tarpen- of the four injunction suits ho
lug, counsel for the plalntift. argued! instituted several weeks ago. in
that a writ could he issued after the these cases superior Judge A. N.
court had hoard the evidence and Muuden held that the city attorney
was of the opinion that a writ was 1 had r.o legal authorit> to maintain an
necessar>. The question is purely one action of this description and illsmU-
of practice. , ed the suits.
• I would like io have the recor
in the cases made up as I intend to
take eases to the supreme ourt.'
suid City Atiorney Twyford, as lie
explained thai the press add criticized
Lawton stated that Mr Jones was urt DIU Vvll I LIl 1 IVll Tilt. appealed b> City
moting a line from Lawton uein r^An IirVT i/rin
, *?"• « • •' ",n"s FOR NEXT YEAR 1 •• ••••>.,n w*"'
■ i"v I vl liLA 1 1 Lirilx j j.. , ,., Cuarley purcell, 19 south
At a meeting this afternoon a joint Harvev street, and two against M. A
lonnnittee from the Chamber ot tom- Cuhn Nos. -I and 18 West California
merce and uie Oklahoma rratf < as- Oklahoma City lias lost the next avenie.
sociation are considering a project to annual convention of the Oklahoma jn rendering his opinion several
assist in promoting a steam i.ne Retail Hardware and Implement Deal-|X\eeks ago, Judge Munden held that
OKlahonni City to Paris. le.\:is. and , t,rg. association. It was decided last a municipality had no inherent right
thence to Shreveport, La., through the 11}^|1^ that the meet will be held lnj0f government., only delegated pow-
foilowing OKlahoma towns: Blanch* MUgi[ogee, Oecember 5, 6 and 7, 1910. ers, and that the Hlllups law desig-
ard, Lindsey. Sulphur, Atoka and o- Shawnee tried to get the convention, I nated the only way In whi?b such ac
Per- . . . xj-j-'but everything was "cut und dried" iions could be brought. The defeuse
for Muskogee. When the show down j iu these suits maintained that the
came Oklahoma City was not in the city was not a citizen.
running, although for the past seven Immediately after the court had
years the convention has been held in held that the city could not come into
this cit\. I court as ;• citizen and endeavor to
According *to officers of the assocl- abate a nuisance, City Attorney r* >-
ation, the actions of certain Oklahoma i ford applied for and recched a com-
City wholesalers are responsible for mission as special assistwt attornej
the change In the place of meeting. order to nstliute the suits
The nfHcer. of the retailers declare! 1" 'he natne of the state lotes^ U s
ne name of the promoter of this,
line is not made public
That the action of the democratic
members-of the citj council in lln ^.^"^'Yresetit^.'ssiVm" of the legls- j for injunrilon against tlie Lee-Huck-1 been spending most of his time pul-
ing the city into eight wards means | |.itule was intimated today by a well ins hotel has been postponed until | chasing materia., and that task prac
victor, for the new city charter koow„ resident of tlie suburb. i nexl Wednesday.
seems to be ihe general opinion of While he refused to be quoted, lie
belief appears m uc ^wuiuiuu ^! nnwa "lie intimated that a court
that, the local wholesalers refused l<> 1 '^a' Cahn
comply with the request to close their; B_. aelen.l int n
places of business Wednesday fore .. ,
, todav ihu1 declared that opposition to annexa
,o be unanimous that i Hon is practically ended among thf
\ll ncw'^harterl^iny^propoBttlo^tha^ ."oblbly would tai tlmt Capitol
flnM-e shall 'ue I ti members Hill had not legalb " ■u"u3xeJ'
L-ounCll and the i hut said that It would be an easy
The law provides matter to induce the governor and
' ire to pass a law legaliz-
•edings and making Capitol
ON $50,000 BAIL
each in the citj
boaih3 of education. .
that from each ward two councilmen the legislature to pass
and two members of ne school board ing all proceedings and
shall be elected j Hill a part of Oklahoma City
The argument .s made that such "It is true," he said, "that there has. . • arraigned her
bodies would be so large as to be un- been a great deal of lighting against .
wieldy. and much important business annexation, but the causes of di
would be hampered and delayed. satisfaction now are removed. Prep; w„u.
There is a possibility that the re- j rations are being made to plat thatj^^/ uncle. Col
publican party will not hold anv pri parl Qf ground lying between us and 'on
the next city election ' the t.ity untj the city council is mak-|„.u.
, i u«j ueiouuaui u these suits filed
plat es ol business ednesdaj a motion to order the attorney general
noon, and that they took underhanded ^ appPar jn court and state upon
methods to try to bar outside whole- W|mt authority he instituted the suits,
j salers from making exhibits at the | disregarding the presence of a count>
! fairgrounds attorney who had not been d.squall'
(ias pipe weighing several hundred! To oblige the wholesalers, the nexi , fi0lj. a motion to dismiss was also
pounds fell from a derrick at the top j convention has been set for a da.te | tiled. Both motions were overruled lv
There were mans' groans of disap- of the sixth floor of the new Colcord | prior to that when the Kansas City superior Judge A. N". Munden on Wed-
' oklahoma City republi-1 building, corner ilobinson and (Iran i , convention will be held. nesday.
pro\al fiom OKlalioma . uj i.puuo ■> . . o'clock tn.-lnv. u-hii.. i„ ntil hni a C tv il number
cans yefiterday when the announce-! avenue, anotii i",.i" oc.o. |,
ment was made that Repre*
Dick T. Morgan had selected Omerj
the iron slid off into At the election of officers, M. C.l private citizen to come into a court
the street. A numoer of persons were Qf Tulsa, was re-named presi-jof equity and question his authority
ti call y is completed. Soon a par
the material will be unloaded at the
The motions were overruled on
nutorrinv niipii the announce-1 a venue, anoui n ;ou today. 1 While In Oklahoma City a number
• ntativeiThe pipe alighted on top of wooden , 0f the retailers visited I'ackingtown. technical motion 011 the part of Act
Onier sited on the Robinson sireet sld \ some of them buying real estate in tng Assistant Attornej General Twy
Benedict a^dlsburser of publfc funds making an awful cfasn. After hitting the southwest additions. | ford, who questioned the right of
in connection with the constrnctlon; the piaWorm^tiie
Independence, Mo., Feb
3- In a jus
tice court on a charge of murder '.n ft
the first degree and released on $ • >.
000 bond. He Is accused ot klllm
i\ few minutes. Ih
rile S .nation will be discussed j read.v to give us representation j ^ued foi- him and was Mi
homas Swop'1, mil
Dr. Hyde ga*e h'nij-elf up
Sen he learned that a warrant
Tuesday night by the Metropolitan
club. In case 110 primary is held the
various candidates v. 11 enter the race
for nomination • > announcement and
It is believed that the action oi ihe
democratic councilmen will have the
effect of strengthening the charter
with that element which backed the
four bolters from the charier boart |
in their stand against dividing the
city into two districts. The question
will he put to 1 hem "Would you rath-
er have a city of two wards or a city
of eight wards?"
in the government of the city. There; ^ m}|l) in prosecuting attorn
he is not really a republican; that he ing in a
is too friendly with Governor Has-
kell; that his boon com
with Mayor Henry M. Scales and his
antagonistic attitude toward Police
Chief John Huoatka, republican, are
assordation were filled by the follow-
Sterrltt; E. B. Munday, Monett, and
G. A. \N'atters. Wagoner. Frederick
ire only n few kickers now." | office while the papers were being j not justified either by excessive saint
The speaker asserted that Oklahoma l<lrawu up | liness on the part of the mayor 01
City does not absolutely need the pr Hyde is accused 01 admini.-t • any unusually evil attributes 111 un
hooks of the former corporation, which jng lyphoid germs to the Swope fam-] chief, are some of the things that ar
being held by
former clerk M
CHARGES MAN WITH
CRIMINAL CONDUCT ,s;
! il> so he and his wife could fall heir j beliig said. Furthermore, (her.- have
i to the Swope niiliions. A nephew of | been a number of editorial utterance*
Col. Swope .lied and the death of the,t|mt the y. p. chiefs did not par-
mlliionaire himself later aroused s,i-- ucuiarly relish They a.cuse Hcne-
| picion. 1 lis body was disinterred an 1 ,()(,, 0f ck of Interest, in organlza-
| traces of strychnine found in | rioln and party welfare.
stomach. T)r. Hyde was himself re- ]-0l- the past two months there have
ported to be ill with typhoid, but a j threats oi' open war on Bene
GUILTY IS VERDICT
IN VINEGAR CASE
thority to institute tlie suits Judge
Munden upheld Attorney Twyford on
this point, but intimated at the time
he rendered his opinion that the city
attorney would he showing a courtesy
.1 L. Noel was found guilty
afternoon of violating the pure
law and was fined
I iieved Ilyoe was
1 him i> •
TROTH TO HAVE MILITARY TRIAL
County Judge Sam Hooker has or-
dered that the entry forfeiting the
$500 bond In the case against Private
l>. L. Troth, 1'. K. A., charged with
bootlegging, be vacated, as it was
discovered that he was in the hands
of the military authorities and could
not io present when his trial was
called Wednesday Private Troth will
stand court martial on the charge ol
misconduct February 14 at Fort bill.
CITY CONDEMNATION SUIT.
Alleging that her husband has ac-
cused her of criminal eondust with!
other men and that he had cursed and
abused her on numerous occasions.
Bernice Neubauer, formerly propri-
etor of a red-light house, has insti
tuted a suit for divorce from Jack
Neubauer in the superior court.
The couple was married in Okla-
homa City on lutie it, l!M>9. The pe-
tit inner alleges that on December 2-,
I'iu'.i. she loaned the defendant $400
to enter Into a partnership, to be
known as the Oklahoma Armiter
Works. The defendant, according to
the petition, has refused to repay
t his money
j Judgi Muuden granted a restraining
order enjoining the disposal of Neu-
' bailor's Interest ii> the company until
the divorce shit was heard. The hear-
to i ing tor a restraining order is
is February 15.
DEATH TAKES TWO
diet. On two occasions resolutions
have been prepared for presentation
to the Metropolitan club, to the of
feet that The Times did not repre
the republicanism of Oklahoma ('it
Final nearing of the test suit of j
he state against .1 L. Noel upon the'
barge of violating the pure food laws
,nijot the state b selling and inanufac
taring distilled and colored vinegar
and selling misbrauded vinegar, was
The couple was married in
and they have one child. The
reside ;it 1011 Fast Ninth str€
filed in the dis- 'be
Hearing of the condemnation suit
of the tit \ against Robert I and
Lottie Holes Wiis begun this morning
in tlie district court before Judge
John J. Carney. Tho plaintiff is
seeking to secure title to lots 1! and
L'u, block 17, Military addition, upon
which property the city desit
erect a llreljouse. The property is
situated near First street and Okla-
. NO CASES HERE
TO FIGHT SLAVE TRAFFIC
Although this is typhoid season, ac-
cording to the report of Ihe healtlii At u conteren.
department, there is not a known case
of the fever in the entire city, in-
eluding Capitol Hill. This Is consid-
ered a record for a city of half the
-Izc of Oklahoma Cltv at this period |
of the year.
This disease does not require quar i afte,noon
antlne, however, and the health dc |itlkps ,.|mi,i,
partine:it might not be untitled prompt ||(, |)erf(,cted. composed <■
ly for such cases. But several physi uvi.s of ;lu den .initiation
cians, not members of the department,
said yesterday that they have heard
Two negroes died tit the detention
hospital last night trom smallpox
They were immediately buried, Pwo
new eases were found yesterday.
Owing to the prevalence ol uiallpox
among the negroes of the «-ity, an e\
tra force of inspectors lias been em-
ployed, altogether nine men workmg
under Superintended I'ete ltiever
This force, the best whl.-h can be pro- ^ comml,„„.. -Henedi. t mist
cured, is constantly at work, \isititiK
place where negroes live. Inspecting 8° 1
yards and looking for an decayed ni/ed s
matter. All bai-k yards are beinc dis-i they say.
infected and everybody is being urged | On« republ.can lio iu. long bt<
to use large quantities of lime for funi- identified with party affans 111 <>ki <
i igation where nothing else is available, homu City said yesterdav. when in
Claiming that for twenty years sh« , Forceful vaccination is being pros formed that Representative Morgan
ha- been abused by her husband and -•( uted eont nuousl Many negroes had named Benedict to hatidl- tin-
that recently' his actions have become'have evaded the health department j public funds for the w tederul
unbearable Mar\ K. Jones has insti-! successfully, by tying their arms up. j building
tuted suit for divorce from George W.j giving evidence of vaccination. But , .«Ttmt
■ • •• authorities have now d sec
Some of the more obstreperous mem
hers have declared that the club would
pass the resolutions, and have in-
sisted on putting them «o a vote. Hut
cool counsel has prevailed, and the
resolutions have been kepi uudei nilssioner of health, had questioned II11
cove1 However, they are likely * *1 him concerning hi prodm and thai
pop out at almost any meeting of he had once denied that he ?.as dis-
the club, and a most Interesting scrap i,|liu his vinegar, but later admitted
Pfaff. of Anadarko, was named as (0 tj,e governor If he dismissed the
standing delegate to national conven-1 8UitK.
lions. This intimation was made by Judge
The convention adjourned last night j Munden for the reason that in his
opinion, he stated that should the
governor question the special assist
ant attorney general's authority, the
court would hold that he had no au-
thority and would order the suits dis-
missed This opinion to follow the
one handed down by the supreme
court In the application of tiovernor
Haskell for a writ of prohibition
again.*! District Judge V II. Huston
\ew York, Feb. U.~"Sln is sin: in the famous ouster snlt of Attorney
and Without sex. hut so l.mp a,, the! General West against tte.lWrte OH
worst rake feels Mia. th. eirl he fall *• Oas company. In this suit the
pellat«; court in emphatic teinis laid
iw that the artorney gen
eral could not Invade the domain of
and most of the delegates left
city during the evening or early this!
AUTHOR DECLARES. "SIN
IS SIN AND SEXLESS"
while on the stand, admitted ilias the
allegations against him were true, and
that in making Ins colored vinegar he
had used caramel for coloring. He
stated that Dr. I C. Malir, stati
particularly about his morals ---
This statement was made b\ Rachel a county attorney unless ^l
Crother., author of the play. "A Man s IhorUed to do 10 h, the «o ernor
\Vr>rld " Attorney Twyford admitted
"Then you don't accept the mascu- such .autborHy^
is in sight.
The anti Benedict faction lias <i<
dared it will carry the war Into the
couuty committer ai d 'thence into
Times will not be ri
j republican newspai
til"t sjeli wa. tin ra. e The state
claims that the vinegar is illegal and
the sale or manufacture "ot tne same
is a violation of tin pure loou laws.
The slate had the vinegar analyzed
ami the following r< port, was made by
Prof. Uu Ban, of the sU'e university:
Ascetic acid, per cent: \ iueear
solids. .OnT per cent; ash. Oui. Fnder
the law there must not be lehS than
two per cent of vinegar solids and
not less than four grams ol asceCe
acid used. City Chemist C F. Clif-
for the •
e an analvsis
eN nse and hi:
ered Morgan could possibly have m;i>
n t he
Ai a conference
in the \V. c. T. l
Thomas Harper, v
d this morning negro e
ladquartert, Dr. day
Cora Hammett, At pr
this little means or deceit and till nr- wm fe( l tin
groes must show whether or not they ( n0J£t (.ampaigji
In the meantime, 1. M. Holcom'n is
quietly pulling his wires and lining
up an organization to support him
for the republican nomination un-
representative for the Second district
Wherefore, it appears likely that
0f perfectly lovely little cont
Superintendent Blower ye-aerda;.
pursued one negro clear into Capitoi
Hill to vaccinate him, as he bore evi-
dences of smallpox symptoms. The;
scaped but will be captured to j
r cent, and
I'nder the l«w there ;i
s of il'eeal vinegars. I
fl distilled vlneaars. H
not of standard
eport i i: As-
ii ; ash. or,2
4 per cent.
.• three .da*.
xplana!ion that the dual moral'superior, .Mtorney '<enc
tandard Is the re ult of the different in sincerity Is the cha
needs and natures of men and worn
en?" she was asked.
"If that be true. Miss Crother
answered, "lei's stop all 'his hypoc-
risy and let It b' frankly acknowl-
edged. Let the accumulation
'past' be accepted a. so much
of the unmarried man's pastimes as
smoking or drinking, and 1"' i* not i><
a reproach to hini Hon t let us ex-
pect anything else "What i: unpaid
enable In our present attitude i that
without accepting these things op« n
ly we condone the man's offense and
taboo the woma.i.'
"What do you bin *ke should
do?" she was asked. "Taboo them
both?" : 11
■ No, indeed. Forgive them and help nuisam
so long as It seems possible to help name <
Miss Crothers answered. "Butjn
against City Attorney James
ford, formerly as. Utant cmuty a'
torney, and for a Tew weeks spe(i;il
., sist'aot attoru* general, b; Super
intendent George ' Coug -r of the
u Anti Saloon league, coueerulug *b°
, fort., ot the attorney to institute in
. junction suits against alleging boot-
. legging establishmefii
Superintendent cougct deciares that
ti), actions of Cit> Attorney Twy-
tor -1 are -Imply scuemi between
Attorney General West and l it} At
torney Twyford to blacken the eye of
County Attorne Reardon. as It
it known thai ill-feeling exists be-
tween the trio Under the Billups
law 'he city attorney can abate
bringing suits in the
private citizen and does
ommission a special as*
there are many
P Hiepma and Dr. J. F. Rich-! smallpox at the detention hospital, al-
ardson «ieci«led to torm the Okla- though few cases are really bad. Kv
homa Aid and I'rotcc.lve assoctatfc.il crytbln* Is being done to avoid the
to fliiht the white slave tratfle. spreading of the disease, and wheie
At a mass meeting to be held Sun patient* are i
>ek in St. wards, suffering slightly, the
at ion wTll from 'hose who are in a
-corest nia-1 condition.
emoved to the detention
LAWTON BIDS FOR
■ i? less than four grain
id and adulterafetl w
alters. Third. Mixture
tars and awple juice,
ird strength of vineaai
grams. The law statet
deemed a misdp
we're not even consistent In our atti-
tude toward the woman. Wealth, so-
cial position, artistic success cover a
multitude of sins in some women,
when a poor little sewing woman or
school teacher is turned out of her
Lant attorney gene
of not less
' each and
jf not less
and a jail
employment and <
error. Vou know
"It may be," Ml
"that our present
art- wrong. But s<
them, let us at le
dignity of consisteu
wise, dlptherla has been prac-
eliminated, there being two
at this time* This diftea e
alent at this time of the
This council \
control, which will secure
ters to carry on th® erusr
PAINTER WANTS MONEY.
isles lias had Ha run also, there
onl\ four mild cases. This i*
J ered a record from the stand
F. L. Sehlndler bus instltut*
on contract against clarence
sell for >1,62:. The petitione
that the amount Is due for ti
ing of n new house. The
although all of them
When an attempt was made this
afternoon to put bricklayers to wcrk
laying stone on the 12-story State Na-
tional Bank building. Main and Rob-
inson, a general walkout of all union
men on the job took place. The strike
was declared at 3 o'clock. The Selden
Breck company is the ccntractor. |
x In I.,
i.-. going to
w i on today w
iffei ed by 'he
i ii• ■ I'fpw ort
nal meet in
ler V\ ill ai
ALLEGED EMBEZZLER RETURNED.
iier. wanted h
mb. //ling $7r .v
t iona I Insurance
ally that inarrla
necessary and w
enough to choose
to them without
ference of socle
time comes we i-
standard of mor
force It regardU
"It will lake a.
but women caa do
come >o much mor
powerful We are
ter mothers* bette
so, if we #et abou
llut till such
ild have only or
>. and should ei
e time, of tours
k on v.
the entire in ighno
ed bv the -hrlll ir >uis oi a woman.
A. policeman was called but th. man
. in Hi" case had disappeared \ w.mi
,n taken to th ipolic. emit
about three eeks ..no from the -.. «•
hou e, charged with peace dlstuite
i aiice At. mat time her husband and
- .... had a fts.it. whlske botlles h
,ng the weapons uaed n 1 irget
woman hit on 'he
Rt was made last nigh
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