The Record. (Noble, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 24, 1902 Page: 4 of 8
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IT. G. E i i>
1 ur delegate to C
Hon. B. S. Mcfl • 1:,
A STUDENT OF V/A3.
..'.NTCR IN LUiJOrt.
t): th of ♦ .!i dt« 121cm ..
' rvlft'S to l'r .(f,
It is Ffill too c-irl o estimate hov.
far civilization •• Leon advanced by
the life v> : k of Ji, n de Bioch, the
lit. sian writer whoso death at War-
t w was announced the other day.
3 i ctle illy throur i:oi t M. Bloch's ac-
tive life h<? wa3 devoted to the study
of the science of war, its methods, i;
can s and its political and ccononii
< cts. His study of military c-qi. j
.ents and methods led him to the be
lief that war, always a horrible tL'.n
nust be infinitely more torribl in th
n ire; that, in fact, war \ i;s !■ •< o.:.
ng so deadly that first-class pc
could no longer resort to it, ' i
armies being unable to exist wi ni:
striking ci.■, ;':c:e of each other. Hi
moral convictions led him to rvolvr
•' plan for international arbitration.
The ir, who had been strong!; i.
ir -s:ed with M. Bioch's pictures o
v; r, virtually accepted this plan ii
outlining his call for the pee.ee cou
" at The Hague. That conferent
v. iers in the twelfth century men-
hir ed the pastime and described the
k to then in use as the brisket bone
>t an ox fastened to the role of ti:
foot, and bound around the ankle,
v " lie th p r.-:on thus nounie-1 pu :
hi soTf ng the ice by means of an
r<'1-el: d s tick. And it is said that in
• mrr- " at Cambridge, as well ;
In the Briti. h museum, there are bcn<
thi.s ground for use as skates. Later
•i:. so the wooden frame, with an iron
r steel ruii:ier. This was some time
i i the f;>".u tcenth ce: ury. In the slx-
• ailed signally to bring any lasting as-
surances of peace, but for the influence
\I. Bioch ex? : clsed in bringing it about
ts well as for hi:-' contributions to the
-ntire subject of international relations
; e will be long remembered.
THE CHOPMOUSE WAITER.
flls Characteristic DifTerenfen fjom
Other V; ecios of His Genu:-.
The typical chophousc waite- - • o i
iuty at G, an 1 works until 2 or 3 in
the morning. His knowledge of hu-
y. n nature is ';reat, his i:ifor: at ion
m the subject of sporting nnt' rs is
cx'iaustles"-, and his emolumcn in
Jh- way of tips are perhaps larger than
•" se of any other waiter in town; not
c'X' luding the most popular v. i o serve
U the finei restaurants. N t that he
•r;lerstand3 the art of w it. ; v.ith
.my degree of the skill of the French
v -iter. He is a creatun moods and
of Impulses, and it ci< i : -, crt his state
of mi-id whctt or ti 1 • \:r,.ai-l be
broiu-ht i: irn diately cr i: . brc ht at
t:l. I:r orders grae up n hir , and
<-a ' rc It'.-:; of ton to lap?; int.- pii <>ntire
0 1. . t ) understand the cV • ,:>us?
v iter to f t ti. b ,-c results fro.i him.
1 is like c. rare violin, and vst be
tnadl i d":- ,cro:sly in order to pro-
Id vo- h:- rraony. I'r. quentiy the chop-
ihou; v ni • r re< • '< not only s in
tL way <•: "a h. l-.it inforn t as
to Wall utre- t deals on which !:1 often
realizes. Naturally all this gives him
sr air. Also, as he , erves the distinct-
ly :;iy after-th ."ter crowds, he " to
1.; w the m-'. uficent levels of ..e. In
t wry is he ever servile, is th
fault is to vei'ji-i on the othe
c. I: : ili::: cr ■ . ence, to i.i-ly to an;-
criFe'- m with badinage, and to tr it
n'Opric i;; in
ill It Cheap."-to (io Home
Thnn I'ay rent.
T .e, • i i one ti 1 of the year when
ut tide i migration ebbs and
flowing in is almost ffiual
still i in from Europe
o : r \oilc. December is the time,
s ti;-'1 N • York Sun. At any of
raih ' k 'tions when the trains
ome ii • i.e V«" ot ant'. Smith :> >u
can n on two days a wt k a liv-
ing ill- of tne axiom that it is
ch< ; : ii' than to pay rent, for
on l vv ys, the days on which
th. i .no. ail, tin re throng
into N. :: Yo k parti*.. of dark-ski. ned
'• ' ' who :.rc going to move across
the i; . n for the winter months, and
".'ill spend Chr'stmas and New Year's
under ti. - ir own sunny Italian sk. s.
I . y a: aim ft all men, and i .i-
joiUy a1 ■ young. Thoy c ury ... ti . ir
worldly possessions in a tarpaulin ! un-
dle el ' o\ >r the shoul-'. r cn the
v ta v.i :h th y L v.- earned a
y ur's living on new railroad embank-
n:e:.ts, in cuttings and excavations
here, and they are leavt&g few regrets
behl . . Thej t aaic • io poor ah-.i they
ai,j f.oing 1 :.-k rich to spend their
errnings and return in the spring
e. ipty-handed a ain, to make n: >iC.
Tiiey mov 1 ocau.:' rent and living are
dear her in winter, outdoor work is
at a standstill and steerage rates
arrc.P3 the oc ::n temptingly low. II is
easy to work hard under rough con-
ditions for six months ar ! then for
five i lore to live in idleness in the
sunn Cot, c -rape: t count.-y in the
world, enjoying the fruits of that la-
. ~3 a>- t roiv.' d both |
w ■ • .s, t nd it is good to bo
a : tip aster in the Italian trade.
Westward the steamers bear the green-
horns, glad to cc:." to t o kind of gold
at any season, even at a time when
work is scarce, i cue i •••t struggle
along und' • 1 ard conditions, and wait
for better days. Eastward sail the
home-goers to lounge away the days
among their own folks and to spend
the'r American-earned dollars In home
pleasures, till the sun climbs high
aga n, and it is time to return west-
ward to the EI Dev. do, wl a new
supply can be readily gr ;• ud.
Pursuant to instructions from the
republican central committee of Cleve-
land county, a county convention is
hereby called to convene in the court
nouse in Norman O.T., at 10 o'clock :•
in., Friday, for the pur-
pose of nominating candidates for
county otlices. It is recommended that
the republicans of the several town-
ships and voting precincts meet at
their respective places of voting, or at
some convenient place designated by
the township committeeman, Tuesday,
.Iuly I"', 1902, to elect delegate- to this
countjr convention. The following is
tlie apportionment of delegates for the
RUSSIA AND LC0CM0TIVE3.
Ordering of the Engine* Alway ■
aiat;«.v of J. lUtics.
It is v/ideiy known that six - e Nico-
las I., on a map of,Russia, ruled a
- l " * ■ ■ ::.i • t. J- „ • rs .u'g to
Moscow, and ordered the Nicolalev
icfin locomotives have run ov< r all the
Pennsylvania rails, too, laid on Ore-
gon ties; it is less Well kn >wa that
. ■ ;1
/ . ; ■ rs a;..o :
"By t. e :: ;;ors, oSc
! ' .
but the : •: . r :
nicatioiis, indorsed b}
of the cabine
this c ;.
ti i •
• :l wished
. n, . J. v
I :t ;
• t be
a C i.iuf ?, loan
co. i. e: I, of til'- J
'Order in Franc
I ei gin-
l had been
•e was not
Mnshroon in Phil
It is recomended that a central com-
mitteeman from each precinct be elei-t
ed at the primaries, «lulv -\ and his
name report d to tiie convention.
ttT. \V. Kkxdai.i,, Chairman.
J. J. Bukkk, Chairman.
"It is more blessed to give than to
receive."' If we can'i give much we
can give a little: At Oklahoma City
an orphans home: and no douot every
reader of the Record knows of, or has
heard of it. and every sympathising
woman, especialy of us who have chil-
dren of our own have thought; Oh how
I voiild love to 'five those children
something; now dear friend 1 will tell
you my plan and I believe you will
join in theiwork.
Let us piece a quilt, the pieces can
be easily procured, the patern can be
decidee upon, and then the work can
begin in earnest, when the pieces are
ready, all contribiting toward the
cm-It, or as convenient will meet and
quilt it: it should be ready by October
1 st. Single men, and men with mall
family are given a chance to donate
whatever they chose toward lining
etc. The pattern is cut as follows:—
Si.x pointed, measuring r>J.2' inches
from end to end; and i'ji inches from
side to side; any one is cordially invit-
ed to cut and peace one or more blocks
as they wish. For farther information
enquire of the undersigned.
Mrs. Maggie Davis, or
Mrr Dora Brown.
Betwoen St. Louis and Kan3aa City and
And principal points in Texas and the South-
west. This train is new throughout an<i in
made up of the finest equipment, provided
with electric lights and all other modern
traveling conveniences. It runs via our now
Red Rsvcr Division.
Every appH.mco known to modern ear
building and railroading has been employed
in the make-up of this service, including
Cafe Gssservsiiosi Cars,
nnder the management of Fred. Harvey.
Full information as to rates and sill details of
trip via this now route will bo cheerfully
furnished, upon application, by any repre-
'1 he At 'i m -on Top -ka and Santa
Pe Railroad Company, will have Tick-
ets on sale to Nulpher Springs and re-
turn for the low r;.te of S3,*50 good to
return October 31. Knquire of
F. W. Filson, Agt.} Noble, (>. T.
0:i July 3d, the Crescent Hotel, at
Fureka ;■ .ri'n;: opens as an all-year-
round i\ - i t. under the management
o* ti"' ' r.s -o Sv-t n. Kxt.ensive reno-
vations and improvements lvave been
ellected which will ma.:e the Crescent
1' -tel the 1-. ivd of any 1m . telry to 1 e
"Hind in tlu SouthwcsL
j. rhose rc eivimr this e of the.
Record,with a red x —in pencil— in
J this article ,will understand that their
! si"i; . Kirriox has expired. All sub-
I scriptious will be continued unless or-
de.e<l stoped; and all adv rt i: orients
! will he continue and charged for un-
| til ordered out . nd paid for.
a at Ken-
■ • ijr-orta-
T.osinpr a Fortune.
He sat in liis chamber alone. The
lights burned dim and the flickered
fitfully. No raven came to flutter its
black wings and c-e.-t its sorter
shadow over the room, but it w uld
scarcely have been cut of place. 'or a
long time he sat there g. : ' the
■'re, the very personification .of d pair.
At last he stirred uneasily and half
rose from his chair. He. looked at the
clock. It was the stroke of mklni -'it.
"Only an hour ago," he mu+t ed
'Only an hour ago, and it , t . d c
y -r-.r—a hundred years."
ITe frank back listlessly, broken h
; i, "t ; :d crushed in hope.
11.- • n:>. -a in his my. r.-- I c
lights sank ••.;wer and lc-wer a d f --1
away, leaving him in a gloom imp mi
ANOTHER NEW FEATURE.
"On Sunday, July Oth las', t! e
eo System cstftbli - lied through s
inp- riir s." v'< • ;> ^ , • . - e. inhoii a
■ -'i ■ St, Loui on . ir • train
ii r Okluhom i Cit at 6,M) p <n, an
riviiiat ( clahoi: .' (.'it- at . a
in, same train carrie: thr< :-gh s
ers betw. >n, Oklahoma Cit;- and
sas City. Sueit m ill ,.01-t;
benefit e.nd .^-atis! - lahoma Fit
rilie for the Rk<ord.
Tm">"it v.• i from it iv.
Trir. e [< nd i f Italy at the age
ays "papa" id "mami a" and her
ingli i d Italian nurses are guar-
a- i vliet: v sht is speaking
i" of ' rums int."
i;. a quarrel-
, id only tha
..en has lim-
i l-j . i esent signili-
it ed ti; o
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Everton, H. G. The Record. (Noble, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 24, 1902, newspaper, July 24, 1902; Noble, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc106236/m1/4/: accessed January 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.