Oklahoma City Daily Pointer (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 109, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 24, 1910 Page: 1 of 10
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OKLAHOMA CITY DAILY POINTER
OF THE WORLD
By Tucker brothers Publishing Co., (Inc.)
Established January 18. linn!
VOLUME 5 OFFICE 220 WEST GRAND
oc> IS y. rS-k.'-! tfTjpfr FIFTH YEAR. OKLAHOMA CITY. TUESDAY, MAY 24, 1910.—No. 109.
ND J Dudley R. Tucker. —
DAILY l'OINTKit A«VKKT1SIN« RATKH. ) IV
per Inch r.iK- i1 lasslfied (Real Estate) per word, 1c h
lw--' «* •*- « — *' 30c )
per Mne..i!0c | Wqnt ads. l."> words, I or 3 days,
City Healthers Believe "Measles' Which Caused Mans
Death Was More Malignant Disease; Five Olliers In
* Same House Reported to Be Stricken.
City Attorney Twyford said today that ho was contemplating
having warrants issued for tho arrest of tour prominent physit ians
for alleged violation of the city health ordinances. Twyford has boon
informed that several eases of contagious disease, one of which proved
fatal, were not reported properly. .
"I have the mutter under advisement now, said rwyford, to-
day, "and a strong probability exists that will cause arrests to he
made today or tomorrow. The physicians who are charged with the
\ failure to report a contagions disease are well known practictioners,
but if I find they have violated the law they will be prosecuted to
After n report had been received by tli.lt tl-cy believed the dliease contagloin.
the board of health Monday that several
Mark A. Mltacher, on of former Mayor ]
| >. .\. Mltseher of Oklahoma City, will oe
graduated as ,i midshipman from An nap-
! oils naval academy on June 3. He Is ti*
first hoy from oklahoma who lias eve-
I I'oen graduated by this scuool. Many have .
I enrolled fr.un Oklahoma, but no other com- .
1 leted the course. !
1 doling Mitscher was appointed by < on-
gres.-tnan Hird McGuire sis years ago.
1 He expects to spend a month visiting
home folks here, after which he will be
I assigned to duty, probably on the Paci-
A handsome SI-"' gold watch will he pre-
sented to yuuntr Mitscher by his father the
| clay he graduates.
Here's Why Oklahoma City
Should Be the State Capital
other residents In the house were vac-
cases of smallpox existed at 519 West I ••The matter was reported to nie yester-
lieno averue, an Investigation was made day," said May r Heaies. "and I In-
by Superintendent Blewer. He w.i« told stunted the city attorney to make a tho-
that a man having black smallpox had rough investigation and should he And
died la the house nine days ago. thai the physicians had vlobt ed the health
According to a report of tiie death on ordinance to institute proceedings and
<l!« it. the board of health office. «'arl A. prosecute the alleged offenders to the
willliitns, 23, died at MP West Reno, of limit. It is not right for certa n physl-
raentles, on May 12, after a sickness of clans t<> fall to report contagious dis-
four days It is claimed that the man eases. It endangers the citizens and will
had black smallpox. The officers say live not be ? derated."
o her eases have been discovered in this According to the ordinances failure oT
a physician to report contagious diseases
"No report that measles or smallpox to ilie board of health within 24 hours
existed In the house was ever made t" after the disease Is first discovered is
this ofllce," said Hlewer. "I have heard gir'.tv of a misdemeanor and Is punlsh-
th:i. three of the attending physicians able by either
diagnosed the disease of William as nieas- nor
les and one as smallpox. **
fine of not less than $2i
than $100, or a sentence of 30
It Is apparent I days In Jail.
BELATED JUROR'S NATIONAL CHIEF
WATCH COST HIM OF SPANISH WAR
40c PER MINUTE VETS TO BE HERE
At the annual director" meeting of
the Oklahoma Industrial company In
the Chamber of Commerce today. the
auditor'* avowed total assets of fSl ,-
010.07; total liabilities. $404,530.17; net
aHM>ts. S413.380.80; Riving the com-
panr u net profit of S13.1W0, If the
Morrlft bonuses were all paid.
Figuring the 2,114 unsold lota at
farm values, the original cost price,
the company baa a profit of $377,340.40
above the bonuses.
The first $150,000 bonus will not be
due until the latter part of October,
when I he Morris plant la expected to
be iu operation.
(By Claude Miller.)
A IvLAHOM A CITY should be
First of all, because 99 out of
every 100 farmers, and business
men of all classes, when they have
business to transact at the capital,
like to look at a city.
Second, We have tho hotel ac-
Third. We have the railroad
Fourth. And above all reasons,
we are more able to see that tho
proceeds from the sale of the
lands are large enough to build
structure of which the entire
state will be very proud.
We are going to hear the ery
that Oklahoma City is trying to
take the last thing that Guthrie
has. This, however, should not be
an argument, because it is aliso-
lutelv the people of the state who are interested in this figlit.
It is my belief that we will carry, but we must not. be ton oonfi
dent, and all of us should throw our shoulders to the wheel with one th(Te
long,' strong pull, and forever put to rest as to where the state build-
ing shall be built.
Dealers Say Miners' Strike May
Make Grain Come Higher
As Well As Coal
"At the rate the coal supply of
retailers is going, within '50 days
thqrc will be no coal in I'.it state
outside of strip coal, which is such
an inferior grade that it cannot be
used satisfactorily," said Frank
City Assessor Places Cemetery on
Tax Rolls For First Time
in State's History
CITY WILL FIGHT
Council to Demand Changes That Will Not Endanger Present
Sewer System—Survey Ordered.
It cost Luther Jenkins, a bookkeeper
for the Frederlekaon-Kroh Music com-
pany, just 40 cents a minute because his
watch was slow and he delayed proceed-
i I*., inimitfvi M '' Ish War \eteruiis will meet him at
lugs In the district court teu minutes „f (.0Trm. tonight to ex-
this morniug. tend a welcome, col. (Juren is making a
Jenkins is one of the 12 Jurors who t.• tir <<f the stntes. Ills home Is In Vir
were sworn in yesterday to try the case
Upon motion of Mayor Scale?, the city,
council last night derided to authorize the
city engineer take surveys along the
proposed route of drainage canal No. (1. in
Judge Hoffman this afternoon ordered south Oklahoma City, for the purpose of
Kdon \Iit«• h**! 1 "f Arcadia held under securing data to aid the city In protest-
.-Iiioi bonds while County Attorney ltear- jng to the county commissioners against
don investigates whether perjury had digging ,,f the ditch. The city will pro-
i.eeu committed during testimony iu Mrs. to>l „n the grounds that should the ditch
Mitchell's suit for alimony. be due. the sewerage system might be
Mitchell is a dentist b\ profession. lie greatly impaired.
lias been working for a printing tlrrn in According to the county commissioners
Oklahoma City. > plans tho .-anal begins at the northeast
I in opposing .Mrs. Mitchell's alimony corner of the
* claim. Mitchell denied that he was the
,, , 1 [ifher or she was the mother of a 11- 1 —
Colonel <•. W. (Juren, national comman- , montlis'-cild child which tlgures Jn the
der of the Spanish War Veterans arrives jje sui«l the baby was one she had
iu Oklahoma City this evening at 0:4(J adopted , 4 _ ein_ n,,,nnnv
. , , T . . . He was ordered to pay $100 alimony
-.■lock on the Ruck Island. . I attorney fee*.
i'bv Mi ■ Hells were married In lf 0. .
She Is a pastry cook at the Baltimore.
southeast quarter of section
in which A. Morrison seeks to recover
rent money from the Itod Hall Transfer
company. This morning Judge Roy Iloff- '
man had court convened at o'clock as
usual, but when the jurors had fined in
there was one vacant chair.
It belonged to Jenkins.
Judge Hoffman disposed of n few m >- i
tlons and Jenkins was still absent. His I
name was called. No answer.
The spectators giggled, the l wy* rs
smiled and the judge frowned. Finally i
Jenkins rushed in and stare<i lncreo.i
loiisly at the clock. Then he took the
• lias the Juror an excuse?" asked the
• Why, only that my watch was slow, I
'"•Tho juror will be fined the cost <>f Ma
attendance for yesterday and today."
That meant four dollars.
lie goes from here to Knid.
;ureu ^\I!I deliver an address elth-j
er at the chamber of Commerce or the!
new arnio'-y on Broadway Circle tonighr.
T A. Me\er. commander of the local
camp, nnd the Oklahoma city defecation
to tho state camp at Muskogee, will bo
back this evening lu time to attend tho
HE'S TO GIVE US
GREAT TREAT IN
IN RACE WAR
Bogalusn. Louisiana. Mny 2\.— a rn^e
riot started here at a negro picnic to •
two whites and three negroes being kw.
ed Twenty others were Injured. More
trouble is expected hourly and aid hn-
heeu summoned from surrounding towns.
CHARGED WITH THEET
L'pon the complaint of Dr. A. A. fJrep-
or.v, chiropractic^ Assistant County Attor-
iicy Hastings today catised the issuance of
i warrant for the arrest of Dr. Willard
Carvey, chiropractic, on a charge of per
Jury. The warrant was out of Justice
Carver was a witness In a case in which
I Gregory w.ss interested several mouths ago
! m the district court.
n, township 11. north of range .1, west,
and runs first In a southeasterly direction
then In a northeasterly direction to tho
east end of Forty-second street. The ditch
t ill pass through sections 4, ! , 10, Jl, 2,
1. :W1. Ill, : • and end in 10, so rods
east and 15 rods north of the southeast
corner of the northeast quarter of sec-
tion 10, township 12, north of range 2,
The cantil project first was started by
the Chamber of Commerce, with the ob-
ject of straightening the river. Accord-
ing to the estimates of A. Cole (llniitjn,
engineer, the digging will cost about fl,000
per mile and the entire cost will be more
than $300,000. The canal will be about 12
According to the motion of Mayor Scales
the council dot mi not oppose the irten nf
straightening the river, but desires to
have the work done so as not to harm the
Should ihe work he done, the city <nn
•io it and iu a way as not to hurt Itn
provemenis already In." said .Mayor
Scales. "Should the present ins of the
[ounty commissioners bs ad b« '4 v >- will
•e confronted with severe sewerage pro
blems in several places. canal
leave some of our pipes below the
ditch and we'll have to raise tliein o jo
inethlng to give a fall back into tao
It H understood that the county com-
missioners will decide within a few days
whether the canal will be dug or not and
the city engineer was instructed to take
surveys at once Thirty days time Is al-
lowed to file protests.
The petition now on file will the county
ners contains the R*gnatnrea of
about 7 > percent of the abutting property
owners. A M. dustin, (ieorge \V Camp-
bell and (ieorge H. Petty have been ap-
Deputy Sheriff Leslie SUaggs went to
"I'm going to gl'.e Oi.i ihom:
best lycenni course it ever ha-
That's the promise Man.in
s 'i of the opera house uial
"I'm going to bring si .
next winter ■ i\ of tlie ver-
obtainable. We're sellln
now; many of them have
ready. I'm going t tal.
nlgld as rental for the b t
remainder will be spent to
best offerings iti the eountr
"There'll be several mu<h-al numbers.
nnd one—-I don't know just wl a; '
Will be so high class I ' > i' l.d «
who desire will I"' nb'e to dispose of "'ir
Bents for that one nigh
El Bono. Okla., May 21
No. 51.~ , Hrotberhootl of Locomotive
men nnd Knglnemen. has passed a set
resolutions repudiating the acts of
leged foreign railway men who they cla
1 have been brought into Oklahoma for •
purpo-e of assisting the corporate int*-i- ■ f ,. . ^
i iM the repeal .f Artie!- ft, Se-t, >n ,t , .'lit,, 1 o L ^H
; v of the slate c n dltutlou. The members 'here on a charge of atxnlini, a saddle
I claim that the foreign men are mas |tie- horse fr • n> the s. A. 4 arrison livery
riding under tlie guise of brotherhood barn in oklahoma ' y. According to S.
members, Tbev assert the alleged im- 1A .im.-on, nan sa • to tie Burke lured
person :<<rs are willful and deliberate j the hor-p nt 'he iiarrls..n b u n about '
traitors to the entisc of union labor. [o'clock Monday morning, saving he want-
it is claimed that about 00 foreign [ <-d to take some mules to the fair grounds
, rillv : > men are n<<+ at w. In Oklu- and failed to return. La t night (Jarrl-
i.ia for the repeal of th^ measure. | feon was informed that tT.e horse had been
OF A SADDLE HORSE YCUKG FOLKS WED
AT 2:15 A. MHIS
i token to 1-1 Heno nud sold.
0'Neil, manaper of the H. J.
Clark Coal Co., Baltimore build-
According to R. W. Short, local
agent for the Ruck Island Coal &
Mining Co., there is not a tou of
oal in his company's sheds aud
is no prospect of getting any
before September 1.
"The famine in coal is likely to Increase
the price of June grain, as there Isn't
enough coal to fill the farmers' orders.
They're beginning to send In for tlielr
threshing supplies now and they can't
gel them," ON eli said.
"We do as much if not more business
in the summer as In winter, as the de-
mand from threshers and cotton gins
1h equally ns large as that of the domestic
trade In winter. The home supply short-
age isn't serious Just now. but the situ-
ation of the largo steam plauts is criti-
"Supplies put In storage before
mines were • losed on account of the strike
are about exhausted."
"When the mines closed on March
coal was selling nt (5.50 a ton
increased 50 cents n ton t
In some places it has increased
ton,'' said J! J. I'tvls. secretary of J.
15 Garrison Co "And there's a chance
of It increasing 50 cents more .lune 1.1
Some of the t .ilroads are using trip coal,
or that taken off the surface. When it
i.s exposed to the air for long It slacks
ami be>.lines practically worthless.
"If the strike continues we will have
to depend upon the mines In Colorado
ami Arkansns That would mean an In-
crease In prices o about ?7.fio a ton. or
from to $2.50 more than the former
If you own a lot out in Fairlawn
you'll have to pay taxes on it un-
less tho state loses a light in tho
For the first time in the history
of the state, according to the be-
lief of City Assessor Ezra Offutt,
a city of the dead has been placed
on the tax rolls. The law says
liat all property, not public, muol
he taxed, and Fairlawn cemetery,
according to the assessor, is not a
Relieving that Fairlawn cemetery woald
come under the class of a public
tut ion, assessors In the past
.daced the tract on the tax rolls. After
investigating, Assessor Offutt decided that
the cemetery was not a public Institu-
tion and therefore not exempt.
The cemetery Is controlled by the
Fairlawn association and sells lots, and
should be taxed as any other associa-
tion.'' said Assessor orfutt*
The cemetery association has notified
the • Ity assessor that It will contest iue
legality of the assessments on behalf of
the various lot owners. This will be
done to save a multiplicity of suits.
In the tax rolls the lots have been
assessed Individually, each owner being
assessed for bis cemetery lot, the same
as if ll was a lot on which he intended
to build a home. It Is said that the as-
sociation sells a lot 20 feet square for
V!r,< U i U approximately $175.
111,8 l,af i he Catholic and Hebrew cemeteries
retail and tt(jja«.0Dt to the Fairlawn cemetery will
' " also be assessed. It Is said that the hs-
HcsHinents on all three of tho cemeteries
will amount to about $82,000.
FLYNN & AMES
BLOCK IS SOLD
Mrs. J. R Rolnter and her niece, Miss
GUssle it Simmons, yesterday purchased
the F1 Vim & Ames block. 1'1 South Hob-
ins. >n street, for a consideration of $50,-
They will hold It as an Investment.
HAIR RAT CAUSES
DEATH OF WOMAN
Sioux City. Iowa. Mny 24. Mrs. Joseph
T Patton, of Onawn, Iowa, died In a
hospital today as a result of burns receiv-
ed at her home while washing her hall
rut in gasoline.
Port Huron, Mich., May 24.—The stenm-
ei Frank II c.oodyear of Cleveland, col-
1 ded w it 11 the James B. Wood, of Thunder
Pav. on Lake Huron today. The C.oodyear
sank and 17 of the crew of 23 perished.
('apt. Ilemonger and five of the crew
were thrown from the deck Into the water,
but were rescued nnd brought here on tha
The accident occurred In a dense fog.
The Wood has a big hole in her how.
The (Joodyear was a modern steel steam-
eu 4'IS feet long
WR1)DK1> BY JUDGE HOOKER
Patrick Henry Ryan. 29, and Miss Agnes
A Wilson, 111, were married by County
Judge Sam Hooker nt his office In the
curt house at o'clock last night.
Look for the big press In the window—
The Dally Pointer office—West (Jrand.
«"entrully located, convenient to the pub-
"GUVENOR BILL" TELLS US WHAT'S WHAT
AND JUST WHY WE SHOULD CHOOSE HIM
and all the
iig the very
0 (Jklalioin i
INJURED, HE SUES
FOR $10,000 BALM
• nt any
give my personnl pY'1 *■ that i! •
will he* of a standard that no ot
of similar size lu the country i
in Harris 800 Fast
tiled soil iu the
.in- $10,000 damage
STRAWBERRI S' PRICE
BOOSTED TO 20 CENTS
Strawberries are 20 cents n box, the
me berries just getting in now. To
ourt, "< onstrucl" a first-', is-t shortcaie, thi
i j-a I chite-t ' must use boxes At ores-
received i'ii the Texas niaik«:. from which Ok'.,-
on the I ho ma City gets the early
F. n. Alexander, giving his age is
nd Oolleta Williams. If), were married at
o'clock this morning at tlu> resld
j nt ihe bride's parents, 426 West Maiu
; .lustice of the Fence Oldfleld was awak-
ened and taken In au automobile to pcr-
torm the ceremony.
I Mrs Itosetta II. Alexander, C West
J-V'.rth street, young Aiexacde.'s mother,
obicets to Ihe match.
i "They only met last Saturday." she
said. "My son Is not of a«e nnd ; shall
I siik to have the marriage annulled."
WOMEN WIELD SPADES
AIDING MEN TG BUILD
QUEEN MOTHER TELLS
GRATITUDE TO TEDDY
4.—Fx President | The question of i
sion lu 1
i \ III. FOR \ MKM M' NT.
In o fashion slmilnr to "working out
the road tax" members of the Second
Presbyterian church are going t<> dig out
the excavation for a n w 5'.i,ti<)u h';lldln_'
it Ninth nnd McKlnh y.
Last night about r o members of tlie
Congregation assembled there and |
fd to dig. E^en
the church handled
it" on their pledge to the
l he chun-ii members will
ting for the basement and
had gone on for i
«er*ed supper to the men
the Lev t\ I>. Hates, de
Puree Okla May L'l lies
v rlng th< ' roposeq noendn
M t to the
railroad proviso i • of tin*
were passed at a mass nieetln
g litre last
If you have 1 -t something
for it a on e In The Dally 1
words run three da.Vs for '.'M ee
lits i trif-
lltig cost and tie resuits are
le • Ive f
losi : i" f i mil f
eleven o'clock dnih Ofllce,
Gruud, oppi e i. • «• • : • •
lie <;raln Healets'
• ted In the project.
f'ity. Is presl
Ion. New or
at ti e rimm
"SHOULDN'T IT BE MADE A CRIME?
There is no my tery about The Dally
Pointer circulation. Any person who sa
leslres watch the press run—stand ot
the window and see the "counter" gradunl
!y tell the story of the twenty thousand
tally circulation. With your own eyes
ron can see the counter start at ONE and
shea the edition Is off you will have
eea the figures pass Ihe 1H),0(0 mark.
Honesty in circulation has int'de The
Daily Pointer what It Is today The
>eo ie place confidence In The Da \ Point-
that he ll
ti means much
Wbetv we will nsl< you. Is there anoth-
er i ity paper t it will so much ask you
wa; 1 • press run? Not one. Their
•eptintei-" are out of sight. The press
N Ioi a ed where the public "can't see."
They don't «-veu ask you to h-U at the
sitb<< rlptlon hooka. And if you did see them
listi i i' have you that they are not
ceiled?" You cannot ltnow how many
•'j,, • e«" e -AI \ ester. (>! thoina "
And i a ' *urprlsing" fact thai ihe pay
pal'* . lu i.s Ii."-'- uf its alleged Ol T*
committee of the
(•ELI:It MOTIONS NOT ARCH KD.
e motions t.j set aside the indict-
In tic i e.'c.cr murder ise were not
d tod IV In the dlstr'.t court. At-
a ll Harris, special proseru or
(Ity Billy Tngersoll.)
Hill Murray who lives down Tishomingo
uy come up to our enterprising little elty
i i lie Santa Fe yesterday and got a lot
the boys to couie uver to I lie onery
house lust night nnd hear the silver
tongued orator who uster carry a squirrel
title tell as how lie had saved out fiir
-late ouct or twlct before and ns bow he'd
like to rescue it again by being made guv-
euor of this here great comnionwealtl)
Hill got lu a gas wagon and rode around
our fair city to see what was going on
before lie went iu to talk to the hoys about
how he'd run things when they tin tied Ok
lahoma over to his fond and lovln care.
When they got out In front of the hall one
■it the fellows was sent on ahead carryln
a picture twlct life size and almost human
looking su the folks could iccoguize the
conquering lie, , v , , n in- . imo In I her#
wnsn i any music or bollcrln.'
Hill's old aide kick \\ T S. Hunt
culture, horticulture and some other kind
of culture In our schools and domestic
science so all the women folk- sometime
will know how to cook things for eating
Bill also told ns how he'd bought a hun-
dred dollars « f stock In our packing house
and opined It whs a pretty good thing for
the farmer t<> have a place to send his
v he thought
i good to drive over
shouldn't be taught
iallv the grandfather
flirt In' around about
• of us nearly g"t the
ir us, but he didn't
sav It. We clapped anyway. Then Just at
the right tim- somebody dumped a bunch
of a I ti 1 fa down on the stage aud we
■ lapped an I stomped some more.
\\ ■ orter expected hill to take n shot
nt s.iine of the boys who asked some ques-
tions that maybe the.v orter not, nut ha
didn't snv nary a word about em aud Just
went right on a telling us how he'd not
asked nnvhody if he could run for tho
gmeiior- Job and as how when he's
„.,t j,eMI not let 'he politicians have
i single word t -oiv about what's what
Some of the bovs said they's a tulte
disappointed but most of 'era leemed to
think Hill Had made i pretty good show-
s goln' to
aves then told tlie boys that Hill
great shucks to looks but when
the guvenor's chair there wan't
be nothing done that we'd be
lill's got sonn
Iti their own hang
: .ill the time ill but
ii-< think about the i
side show at the cl
■ an't.'' and ho
I'.ill said tint lu
d man by
a Iked t'
advertisers get a run for date for beam
the rnotl >us has been
rrs run all the paper- that was oppi-s
lug him. He said I o dldn ■ talk about ..ur
paper- outside of the eh-til t llglil towns
cause he didn't want tho peepul to kuow
Hill then spread °n a lot of taff.v about
I llo' build -
n-tltutloii fixed the H H I-
i, so glad he'd let the i" ids force hiiu
go to the leglHlnture too.
He liallelujuiied b- lUSe e've got agfl-
Read Today's Adverlisin^ Talk on Page Six
Today's Store News
MEI.LON'S announce unusually attractive bargains for tomor-
row on last page.
BROCK S li.' i idies tailored suits at lest than half price. An-
nouncement on page four.
KERR'S remarkable underpricing for Wednesday on the last
page of today 's paper
MILLER 'S make many sensational offers for tomorrow selling
EOETCHER 'S announce special values in muslin underwear, silk
and lingerie dresses, etc., during their Grand May Sale.
SPARKS & LIGON are making special prices on brass beds and
go-carts, to be in eifect the next ten days.
THE LION STORE announce a manufacturer's sale of hats at
exceptionally low prices.
BASS & HARBOUR are conducting a sale of rugs bought at
RUSSELL features suede slippers at a special price.
MILLER WALL PAPER CO. advertise the best wall paper,
workmanship and price
KELLER lists special prices in groceries for Tuesday and Wed-
ROSENSTEIN S will save you on an average of twenty per cent
on your grocery bills. Prices quoted to back up statement.
BENSON S are taking a flier in hats.
"BROWN OF HARVARD'' at High School Auditorium tomor-
row night. Seats now selling at Westfall's.
AUDITORIUM tonight, masquerade on skates.
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