The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 81, Ed. 1 Sunday, July 25, 1909 Page: 1 of 16
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GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA JULY 25
ALL IN THIS FAMILY WERE -f
BORN ON A SUNDAY -f
CINCINNATI. July 24.—Every- +
body In he family of Lieut. Har- -f
ry Stuhlreyer of the Salvage -f
Corps of Cincinnati was born on •?-
Sunday. The latest acquisition £
was a bouncing nlne-p und boy, -J-
who made his first appearance at +
the family home, 1021 Dayton St., -f
last Sunday. He has been named -f-
Wilson, after his grandfather.
-f The father, mother and three -J
•f- children were all born on the -J-
•f Sabbath Day. The Lieutenant T
•fr disclaims any strict religious lean- -f
-J- |ng of the family, and says he can- i
•f- not account for the coincidence. -J-
•f Here is the family birth record: -J-
4- Lieut. Harry Stuhlreyer, Sun- f
+ day. January 10, 1879; Mrs. Har- ■£
4- ry Stuhlreyer, Sunday, May 20, -fr
•f 1883 Dorothy Stuhlryer, Si.nday
■f- May 15, 1904; Margaret Stuhlreyer, -f
§• Sunday, April 14, 1907; Wilson *
f Stuhereylr, Sunday, July 11, 1909. 4
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ANNIS' SLAYER SHOWS APTI
TUDE FOR USEFUL IM-
'A SAVING TO THE STATE.
Device Increases Effectiveness of
Street Cleaning Methods
Given Free Hand by Warden to
Go Ahead— Still for a New
STOPPED IN GOTHAM
Blowing of Horns and Ringing
of Bells Also Pro-
XBW YORK, July 24.—Capt. Peter C.
Halm, shut up in Sing Sing for eight
year8 for killing William E. Annls, has
just perfected an invention which may
• net many thousand dollars to the state.
Jle has made improvements on hand
wagons and carts used by street clean
ers ihat will save 50 per cent it is said
of the work and cost of cleaning streets.
So highly does the warden regard the
Idea that he has given the captain free
hand and all the men he needs to go
ahead nnd build carts and hand wagons
1 i the absorbing interest Inspired by his
new work the health of the prisoner Is
improving, and he ban lpss lo 'worry
Nothing wa* known of the invention
until Kugcne V L. Young of Long
Island City, counsel of the prisoner,
went to pee him yesterday. The purpose
of the visit was to go over the ques-
tions that will arise In framing the ap-
peal In the case, which will be argued
thiB fall for Capt. Hains and his lawyers
have not by any means given up th
idea that they will obtain a TTS<iV trial
Mr. ^ oung found that the prisoner had
been placed In charge of the draughting
department of the sheet iron works in
which the carta and wagons used in trie
street cleaning of various cities of tho
Ftti e were made. This place was given
to him because he is by far the best
engineer now in the prison. In fact, he
wax an engineer of standing In the army
• years aao. and had invented h qoqi rate
mixer, now known as the. Hains con-
crete mixer, for which he has received
a royalty of about J5.000. So he gladly
turned his attention to the improvement
of the articles turned out by th. sheet
^ M > studied the smrtll hnn.l wagons
iced by the at rest cleaners nnd the wa-
gons used In hauling off the refuse from
the streets. In a short time he had
made improvements that surprised the
warden. New cart.; were made in the
lliif a of his drswir&s. and they were
fourd to b* a 1 hi claimed fir then;, it
is said. Then the warden, realizing
what had been accomplished, gave him
a free hand ind ail the men he wanted.
Soon these enrts will be turned out and
offered for *sale to those cities which
have bought their street cleaning ap-
paratus from the prison. They will
no only lessen the expense of keeping
streets clean, hut will add greatly to
the efficiency of the old methods.
NEW PORK, July 24.—Thic new ordi-
nance which goes into effect today.
lead to New York's 10.000 policemen this
No peddler, vender or huckster who
plies a trade or calling of what
nature on the streets and thorough far
of the city of New York shall blow or
use. or suffer or permit to be blown up-
on or used, any horn or other Instru-
ment. nor make, nor suffer < r permit to
be made, any improper noise tending to
disturb the peace and quiet of a neigh-
borhood, for Ihe purpose of directing at
tentlon to his ware, trade or calling,
under a penalty of not more than JG for
Much gratification is expressed
health authorities and other municipal
officials that the antl-nolse ordinance
has been signed by Mayor McClellan
According to Dr. Michael B. Feeney
cf the Roard of Health and Coroner
Harburger. the enforcement of th<
ordinance will mean the saving of hun
dreds of lives of children In tenement
mentions where htucki-ters shout 'heir
wares. The principal offenders are
The scissors grinder nnd unhrella
mender, who blows a bugle.
The old-clo'es man.
The wash-tub-to-mend man.
The junk man.
The frankfurter nnd pretzel seller
The hot-corn shouter.
The east side rejoices hpfeause
"leedle German band" Is not affected by
tho new law.
Charles R. Crane, Minister to China and Family!
CONFEREES CONCEDE, HOW
EVER, PROTECTION IS TO
DEVOTE SUNDAY TO LABOR.
Conference Rates to Include
Lumber at $1.25 Per 1,000,
Coal 45 Cents a Ton, Iron Ore
15 Cents a Ton, Print Paper
$3.75 a Ton—Other Doings.
Houston 4, Galveston 2..
Shreveport 5, Dallas 6.
Ban Antonio 3. Waco 0.
Fort Worth 4, Oklahoma City 9.
Pittsburg 7-6. Boston 3-3
Cincinnati 0-9, Philadelphia 3-6.
Chicago 4, New York 1.
St. Louis 020, Brooklyn 1-1.
Milwaukee 3-1, Indianapolis 5-0.
Kansas City 6-4, Toledo 5-4.
8t. Paul 1-1, Louisville 6-0.
Minneapolis 1, Columbus 2.
Guthrie 1-3, Springfield 4-2.
Enid 15, El Reno 5.
Bartlesville 6. Sapulpa 0.
Muskogee 0,-Pittsburg 4.
Denver 10, Topeka 5.
Pueblo I, Wichita 4.
Licoln 6, Sioux City 10.
I>es Moines 8, Omaha 7.
Washington 3, St. Louis 9
Philadelphia 1, Chicago 5.
New York 0-3, Cleveland 2-2.
Boston 1, Detroit 2.
WASHINGTON. July 24.—The hid
'jue&tion was settled and unsettled to
day and while there seems little doubt
that eventually hides will fall among
the unprotected articles on the tarifl
hill, the contest over their status can-
not be regarded as closed. When the
conferees adjourned for luncheon
eral of them said that It had been de-
cided that hides should go on the
list. Tonight the same conferees
clfired that hides will be free but that
the question has not been decided off I
None of the questions made proml
nent throughout the country by Pres-
ident Taft'* interest in them has >een
adjusted, although the conferees i
been In strict executive session s
noon yesterday. The adjournment to-
night was until ten o'clock tomorrow.
The conferees expect to spend a large
part of Sunday wrestling with tlicse
problems. The indications are tonight
that the conference rates upon the im-
portant questions still In dispute will
Lumber, rough. *1 .""> a thousand feet;
•Willi proportionate differentials.
Coal, 4." cents a ton; without the house
Iron ore, 15 cents a ton. .
Print paper, $3.73 a ton.
Practically one full week his been
occupied by the conferees in an effort to
sett!e these questions.
Most of the time has been devoted to
hides. Thin subject was complicated
bv reaso nof statements coming from
boot and shoe interests thatthey were
ready *o agree to substantial reductions
in the duties on leather goods if hides
were rut on tbe free list. These in-
terests apparently felt sure that there
could be no reduction on boots an<t
shoe* below 15 per cent ad valorem,
the bouse rate, which 1b lower than the
senate rate, or existing law.
President Taft statedto a number of
callers that he would insist upon a re-
duction to at least ten per cent nd va-
lorem# with proportions te decreases In
the rates on other leather goods This
further complicated tho situation.
eRports reached the conference reom
lac today that Sneaker Cannon and
Parliamentarian Rind* h.id decided it
would be Imposslhle for the conferees
to udopt a rate on hoots or shoes
w'thln the rate adopted by either bra
Men Who Rule India for Csreat Britain
ft* 'i ?*«-£. nkx&tf:
viceroy of 1t*dia'.s Legislative, Council
LONDON, Eng. Jul> 24.—The recent
fssMiHsiiiation of Sir Curson Wyljle by
young Indian at a reception in London
lias caused renewed widespread interest
in the genera! political situation In In-
##ia and tho spirit of unrest among tin
natives with which the English are cop-
In this photograph of the Viceroy's
Legislative Council l^ord Mlnto occupies
the center seat and on his right hand is
Air i<ouiB Lane, some lime I'orcigu Sc -
retary and Governor of the Panjab- On
Lord Minto's left Is a well known bar-
rister and an owner of Oudh Man Ail
Madho La], C. S. I., who has been prom-
inent during the late troublos as a sup-
porter of the British authorities. Be-
skfe him is Sir Harvey Adamson, who
brought In the new acts on sedltltious
meetings which were passed Into law
by this very council. Lord Kitchener
stands In the background, and beside
him is Major General c. 11, Scott, who
has just returned to England. A sec-
ond Indian member is seated on the ex-
treme left, ltash Behari Ghosh, C. E. 1
He also has displayed great mod'-ration
and good sense In discussing the con-
troversial matters with which the Leg-
islative Council has lately had to deal.
Th, Munshl Madho Laj Is a strong an -
vocato of greater social Intercourse be-
tween Englishmen and Indians and is
a member of several of the leading In-
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CUT PAor. SUNDAY crufw nifwyp
WOODS HOLE, Mast .. July 'M. -Chas.
K. Crane, newly appointed minister to
China, wa* notified that the Chinese
Foreign office is greatly pleased at 1,1h
selection and will gladly welcome liim as
the representative of the I'nited States.
Mr. ('lane expressed great satiufac.
Ited M .te.s. Mr. emfwy nhrd taolaoi t
word he had received regarding the at-
titude of Pekln.
Aft;ed regarding his plans f >r assum-
?nc his new duties. Mr. Cram said:--
"Although no de
IS HEADED BY W D 30YCE.
Equipment to Compnse Three
Ballot ns for the Purpose of Se-
curing Views Never Before
Taken Bails lor Closed Terri-
tory August 4.
ork next Tuesd ■ . when I am to con.
r*r with several ,\'rw Y^rk liankers re-
ardlng the Iiankow-S/.< huan Railway
mn. It is fitting that this mattec
yet. I will really begin official ttttttttttttttt I'a.,o,s. shrtl cmfw shrde
FATHER A RELIGIOUS CRANK NO SUPPORT FOR WIFF,
Able to Cire for Offspring, But Judge Munden Says Man Who
Fails to Do So Little One 9 Will Not Voluntarily Care for
Months Old and Weighs Less His Family Should Be Forced
Than It Did at the Time of It'sj to Do So by Law-Spectators
Birth. Weep in Court.
mg it may expect to
thin court in that dire
KINGFISHER, Okla., July 24.— OKLAHOMA CITY, July 24. —"I b
George Mayes, 80 years old and a'lievq a man who would not volui
member of the Holiness band, was tarllv support his wife and bib,
arrested today, charged with starving ought to be forced by law to do sr
liis nine-months-old child. Neighbors Women desiring alimony and who d
who were summoned as witnesses at n°t aH^ f°r ^ 'n their petitions fo
the preliminary trial this afternoon divorce, when circumstanc *; sur
testified that the child weighs less rounding their cases warrant award
than it did when it was born
October, and that Mayes refute
i nuiu ivui iii ? mineniuiii ibbu *u i y
feed it more than twice daily. They1 Superior Court Judge A. N. Munden
also testified that Mayes is abundantly during the hearing of the divorce case
able to support a family, having of Grace a*aiw t Morris Maupin in
, superior court.
property in Kingfisher and farms in > t
Kingfisher county. Lji^ no^
When arrr-8ted Mayes, who is con - J hand, *"who
■Idered a rellgiuus fanatic, nald ln 'railroad, tin
his defense only that himself and th
Almighty were competent to raise th
. an but luiu «>i tiii'-Keu acis oi cruen
on her husband's part, awarded Mr
Maupin 125 per month alimony ft
the next six years and $100 for ai
torney's fees. Although the piainti
demurred from accepting anythir
from her husband, the order was er
j tered upon the court docket.
J Restoration of the plaintiff's narr
of'Grace Farmer was granted 1
EIGHT YOUNG WOMEN TAKE
VOW NEVER TO WED
should be the firM piece of bus'.nes*
taken up but I have hopog that there will
be nothing for me to do about 'l when
1 offlclaly enter upon my duties In
China—some tlnie In October.
SENATOR GORE TALKS OUT.
Believes Democrats Should Not
Make Nominations for Congress
Against the Anti-Cannon Re-
publicans Would Be Recipro-
la ho ma's blind senator, in
w at the Union station
is quoted as declaring
mocratic party ought not
e candidate for congress
NEW YORK, July -4.—ty,"enty-thre«
rameras, over 3W pieces fh all, and
photoftriipiiit suppMes sufTiciont to lit
out the must niodtrn photographl' gal-
lery. V ill constitute the picture-taking
paraphernalia which \V. l>. Boyce, the
hi« ago Journalisi ami real estate man,
intends to take with him on his tour the
next hix months through the closed ter-
ritory of Knst Africa. The expedition;
winch is t" *or London August 4,
will do some hunting, but picture laklug
Is the prime object.
Amen*- the twenty-throe varieties wl'.l
be kodalts constructed for llxuahiight
work Instantaneous machines. tele-
photes, ai«l in fact an equipment which
"us never be« n ex ciied >* any hnr.JnK
expedition ever « rganieed There wdl
b. Mmchlnes which can take a picture
*> by ;;j Inches and oth ra for pocket
work which ( ike a 1 by 4.
The telephoto has been but recently
perfected and Is a dmblnatlon of a«
telescope anil instantaneous earners It
Is particularly useful in toiling snaps
from balloon nnd much mere satisfac-
tory thar the simple attachment of a
telescope to a shutter
o i Si: AUTOMATIC CAMERAS.
The machine or rather machines, which
Mr Hoy. -? shows with the greatest pride
l-owcv< i . arc a sori<* of si.\ cameras op-
erated l y a magneto. These he intends
placing about the edge of an abandoned
c-ir'-ass nnd so et that with the contact
with the carcass will men,, hv-iaflt f'ash-
cl.t action. In this wav Mr. Boyce ex-
pe« ■ to secure some of ti**- la *t pho
tograpl «ver taken of big game.
A gre;it amount of trouble has been
< xperlencetl b> the expedition In secur-
ing II ship whleh would transport stil-
plrnl acid to Mombassn. the point m
Hritc.ii m* Africa where the party will
I,;. 1 before sdng Inland. Today word
w;> reec ved, houever that a German
fr.-ikrht «tes mer would Mgree to carry
tv this add would
nW ii'<*. a" uuantitles
In the manufacture
itii which th * party
three balloons which
for the purpose of
BHHUmPRPRVfrom any elevation#
\\ /t 11 THRr.r. UAM/>ONF.
• baUoen i-r.* ft ir" fitted to enrry
two to four people In addition to
equipment. hl!<* si! three may
i Jed \jr Boyes i« taking mon>
enough In caae of accldsnt. or if
, desires to make separate os-
will take a
as partial paralysis
s and travels about most of
n a chair. His wife died
the child was born. Fre-
•ighbors have Interceded In
the child, but Mayes has
refused to heed their de-1
irty will work
rv This route
a most of the
iorth or west.
MOONSTONES IN ATOKA.
Elect Supreme Spinster and Will
Pay Penalty When Seen on
Street With Man.
L,r I'Mlnburg. Morcnc* Ijltiz nnd Klnrfnie
Miller of Madison, una Gore of Indian-
apolis and Katherlne Herrell, Tlattle
Watts und I.ula Patterson of this e'ty.
Bach will pay a penalty when seen <>n
the streetk wli i a nmn MIkh Bsrnlna
nown as the Consolation Club, the mem-
ers of whleh are suffering from tho
unmer absence of their sweethearts.
Prosecuting Attome W. V. O'Donnell
i named ehlef consoler of this elub.
and Miss Klsle Mennett, who returned
from Wilson College, In Pennsylvania,
last week. Is tLe exalted tveuper.
business or occupation whatever It may
We could not consistently expect that
of you. We want you. when this con-
test is over to have nothing but the
very best of feeling toward the State
Capital. We cannot expert thl.t If we
are not fair and square with each and
District No. 1.
Miss Mabel Bi
Mr. John Aske
Miss M ud Brl
Miss Blanche Stevens, uutnr
Miss Ethel l^awrenie. C.escei
Diit^ict No. 2.
Miss Liilie Reynolds, Vinita
I tattle Lacy. Chandler
Sthel Simmons. Pawhus' a....
District No. 4
Mary 1. Barber. Okla City..
Claude Kennedy, Noble
lulia «!. Campbell Poole Val.
Hagland. El Reno....
Koberson, Davis .....
Qlbbs Anadark >......
H yes. Stillwater. .*•
Daisy Fidwller. Enid
Abble Ramsey. I*erry
Clara Bellle Stillwater
Ada Kindred, Kingfisher.....
Maud Caaselinsn, Cashion..,,
Bonnie Miller, Klug.nuer.
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