The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 212, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 24, 1910 Page: 4 of 8
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THE OKLAHOMA STATE CAPITAL, SATURDAY MJRNWO. DECEMBER ?4. 1910.
' BABY m 1
Is all we want on
Every thin? pertaining to pyrography included--sets
: --wood to burn, and accessories—Cost in this means
I what wc paid in actual cash to the manufacturer
for this merchandise, and does not include transpor.
tation charges or operating expenses. We're over-
loaded, we re frank to admit, and take this method
of reducing the stock. These goods have been
moved bach to the third floor and today come and
pick out as much or as little as you want at actual
[CONTINUED FROM PAGF ONE.]
eral managers is said to be almost
< 'ommissioner Neill was completely
worn out after his seven days of al-
most continuous conferences. He
would not discuss the nature of the
compromise he had drawn up but ad-
mitted that it was his final step In
the mediation line line. If it Is re-
lected by either aide, Mr. Neill will
formally offer arbitration as he is re-
quired to do under the law.
Employees in State Agricultural
Department Surprise Boss
[CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE.)
within two dnys of Guerrero, an insur-
SPARKS OF INFORMATION
Eli PASO, Texas, Dec. 28.—After
being closed all day the Mexican
Northwestern railway wire opened for
a short time tonight and it was
learned that the engine and train
stolen by Insurrectos Thursday was
at (Juzman station, and that fully
1,000 armed men were camped there.
Communication was stopped before
details could be learned. Consider-
able uneasiness is felt here for the
mormon colonies living near Oasas
Grande, which is Included in the hos-
The employes of the state board of
'agriculture agreeably surprised Prcsl-
dent-elect Bryan of the board yester-
day, and presented him with a hand-
some alligator suit case, and a set of
military brushes and not to be out-
done, the live stock inspectors also
g;<ve him a fine new Stetson hat.
K. W. (list made the presentation
speech for the force.
DEAD LETTER SALES
WASHINGTON, Dec. 2S.—The sale
of articles accumulated in the divi-
sion of dead letters of the postofflce
department in the last few days em-
braced 7,391 items aggregating *9.-
846.80, or an average of $1.33 for each
parcel sold, according to a report of
the post master general. The net rev-
enue w as $s.739.75, which will he
deposited in the treasury department
to the credit of the postal revenue.
® $3ooh8 nr>ahc the 36cst (Blfts
| Bevv Books for £bi9 Christmas
A Garden of Girls
The New HARRISON FISHER Book for Itll
mo7,; <• «<" h- B.rru^ Boer4
The Blue Bird By maurice mabterunck
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© """" pairr'uMn'l.'""' T"""r" ««*> .
§ that's Wrong with the World?
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The Rose in the Ring
A DOTffl whlrK fcaa tWj. . ...
& No Man's Land
' * «"■* • Bowl," has .quill
, , „ iUtulraiei
Vour B°ok eller lor Tkeie Book)
Dodd, Mead & Company - New York
In- Contrast With Two Thousand
Immigrants on Ellia Island | MR". PAINE
at Big Dinner
Every Witness in the D'Aulby
Case Proved Defender of the
Man Charged With Selling:
EARLY CHRISTMAS EVENTS; Fraudulent Paintings Did Njt
Guarantee Them Authenticity
Charge Made Efforts Are
Being Made to Ruin Him
Secretary of Treasury Is Greeted
by Employees of the Depart^
ment Glittering Trees Bright'
With Presnts of Different
WASHINGTON', Pee. 23. In rnn.
Irimi wjthufuml *n, |a| functions of the
national capital in the hollady season
was the first lilrthday anniversary
party of Master Vinson Walsh M<-
'-n"n, the "twenty million dollar haliy"
| Krandson of John K. McLean and the
late Thomas K. Walsh.
Beneath a larse Christmas tree near
the Kolden cradle presented to him l>y
I the late Kin* Leopold of llelgtuni,
Master McLean, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Kihvuril R. Mrl.ian, received half a
dozen little folks, some his juniors.
Tile little guest* Included Miss Edith
Cirunt. daughter of Lieutenant and
Mrs. U. R. Grant, Third; Miss Hen-
derson, grand duughte. of former
Scnntoi and ]\Irs. John iienderse.n;
and Masters Joseph Leitcr, jr.. Clar-
ence Moore and James M. Gibson
Among others to wish the little cause ,n me contract
• o t happiness and long llfi were his i that lie mold not guarantee the an -
I grand parents, and Mrs. John R. Mc-Mhentielty of tlie picture
Lean. Mrs V. S. Grant. Third, liar
oness 1 lengehnuller and Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Lelter and his great uncle, Ad-
i inlral Dewey.
TOTJTtS. France, Dec. 23.—"An
• ir: i/ing court drama of passion and
pathos I.- how a local paper tonight
sums up the trial of "Count" and
i oiiritoftM" D'Aulby de Qatlgny, who
are charged with having swindled the
dutches.* de Choiseul-Praslln, formerly
Mrs. Charles Hamlton Paine, of Bos-
This "plgram was based on today's
sensational developments at the trial
which so moved the auditors that the
customary scenes of disorder, laughter
changed to a burst of weeping.
Reputable business and professional
men of Toms on the stand painted
D'Aulb\ and his wife as the incarna-
tion of honesty and charity, declaring
their mlnlntering to the wants of
the sick and >ieedy cause.] them to be
loved and esteemed throughout th
M. Diot, president of the Tours as
sociation of law vers, who drew up the
contract for th. sale of the picture
Nntllope" to the last Mrs. Paine, tes-
tified that D'Aulby Insisted on the in-
sertion of a clause in the contract
for a Man's Christmas
Coat, Bath Robe, Fancy Vest,
Scarf, Muffler, Gloves,
DAY MANY WILL REMEMBER
XEW YORK. Dee. 2.1.—This was
Christmas day for two thousand im-
migrants on rills island, irethered in
from the seven seas. Amid the clam-
or of many tongues, the missionaries
of the island made It a day long to
The celebration was held in the big
dining room. Christmas greetings
were given in varied language then
candy, fruit, and trinkets were dls
trlbuted by a patriarch from the Step-
While the thronar laughed and shout-
ed like children, tblrtv downcast men
and women were led through the room,
bound for the steamships which will
take them back to Europe. They
had been adjudged undesirable by the
MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL
WASHINGTON. De. *?,. t\,m
thousand employes of the bureau of
printing and engraving received per-
sonal holiday greetings today fro v
Secretary MacVeagli. The secretary
went to the government's money fac-
tory just at the time the dnv shift
went off duty and the night shift came
on. The hundreds of men and wom-
en assembled In the large lunch room
where Secretary MacVeagh told them
of the appreciation of their work and
wished each of them a merry Christ-
mas and a hnppv new year
f the picture.
M. Diot also said that neither
I) \ulby nor his wife had any Idea of
business or the value of money, of
which they received $12,000 almost
ev rv \ ear from Poston.
They were passionately fond of
mu«l" a-d lived a happy family life
until Airs. Paine entered D'Aulby'*
life which until then had been irre-
D" A ulby the witness said was the
victim of the wiles of others who
were now trvfng to ruin him.
As M. Diot gave instance., of
D N ulby'* alleged charities, sobbing
was heard in various parts of the
court room. The witness said It was
always D'Anlhv's intention to forward
the wine for which Mr. Paine rave
Every witness called by the pros-
ecution today turned out to be a de-
fender of the defense, while tho te.sfl-
mony of M. Desmoulln. a member of
the jury o' the Beaux Arts saloon.
Par's, plainly produced an impression
most favornble to the accused.
D'Aulby. who under the Erench
system is constantly questioned on
various points brought out by wit-
nesses shows signs of breaking down
as a result of the ordeal. As 1\T. Diot
and others lauded him today. D'Aulby
sat with hN head bowed on his knees,
a handkerchief hiding his features. Tt
i« announced that he has spent eight
months of ''is !ire |n prison in com?
posing music and writing his mo-
rn I ors.
Shirts,Sweater,Pajamas, Umbrella, Valise,
Suit Case, Suspenders—
Gome to a man's store
for a man's gift
The Only One-Priced
Clothier in Guthrie
This store will be open
< tonight and every
night this week.
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not been a promise of marriage, which
was true. Mr. Pa Id win marrb d me
without making a promise. He did it
out of hand as 'quickly as he could
write the contract.* "
Mrs. Tnrnbull also denied that he
had ever admitted an alleged contract
between herself and A. H Anderson,
Baldwin's former advertising agent,
to give Anderson ten per cent of what
ever sums she could recover from
Baldwin In retrun for his t stimony
In the betrayal suits She was shown
the alleged contract.
"That's another forgery probably,
because 1 never saw it before, and I
never signed it." she said.
Mrs. Tnrnbull was also ask- d
whether previously to her meeting
with Colonel Popp she had not met
man named John Osborn and taken
him out "to do Boston" for
■f^OR CATARRH of trie nose, throat,
> ■.•!' t li. bowels more delicate
- a]'-: .---irSR-
WANTS PAY FOR EYE
Says Doctor Cause of Loss
Superior Court Busy
By o. K. CHESTERTON
Itmo, *1.60 nri
By 0E0RQE BARR
,M„. . , " McCUTCHEON
illttttrattd ,n color hi A. I Keller.
By LOUIS JOSEPH VANCE
Denies About Everything.
| "T did not," replied the wltnes*
i "In your previous case did \
| admit that a picture, Introdu
evidence, was of you and Osb
a lovlnsr attitude?" was asked.
"I remember a picture that i
said was himself and me" s
plied, "but as a matter of fH
woman in the picture was the <
ter of Osborn'* landlady. Incidentally.
•. McNfab, that picture near'v cost
l ucky Baldwin his life when that pie
ture was shown. My sister shot him
Only One "HROJIO
That is I.AXATIVR UKOMC M 'l - INI- T.00I1
tor thi* Slgnatara t B OBOVI
' World «.v - . . |,
STUDENT6' GOOD WORK.
The exlhlblt of the manual train-
ing department of the high school
in the window of Brooks tailor shop
is attracting considerable attention.
A remarkable thing Is ti ! som of the
most pretentious articles were made by
le girls of this class. There Is also
picture showing a section of the
domestic science departtm nt at work.
Walter Bentcliff, a minor, by his
next friend. Alexander Bentcllfr, filed
suit In the superior court yesterday
.'in-t ,1 n. 1 la mill of Chicago, for
*:..noo damages for the Joss of an eye
on aeeount of alleged improper treat-
o. W. Burford also brought suit
against C IF Sellng for J288.69 bal-
ance on promissory note.
The jury In the case of Clemmons
^ 'T S crutch field brought in a verdict
yesterday morning for the plaintiff for
$2", the amount claimed.
The caso of BufTlngton vs. State, for
violation of the liquor laws, was com-
menced yesterday and will probably
be finished today.
TFXAS BANKER SENTENCED
NICE HOLD SHIiK
GOV, AND GOV. ELECT VIEW
Making Arrangements to Devote
Taxes to Paymjnt on Location
for New State Officials - A
Promoting Company Is Organ-
ized—Cruce Goes Home
LEAVE FOR TECUMSEH
Mr. nnrt Mm. R p. TVyatt.
(mt y for their future hmnc In Tncunv
«<-h. whrrn Mr Wvntt has nccer'rrt
r n rvpoty ri rk of the ills- I
rourt. Ho hnn Wn rtnpln> I i
in thp *tprhno! land rtopartnr'nt '
h ro nn-1 both lie anil Mr« Wntl mnk j
ll-o b r r*nmlnollnn h.ro this month
and pu 8id ulth high Krriiios. I
k was insolvent and k!
ntence. The bank
billties of $1,500,000 when
OKT.AHOMA CITY, Dec. 23.—Gov-
ernor-elect Lee Cruce and Governor
C. N. Haskell Friday morning with
members of the Citizen's Capital com-
mittee visited the Levy building, at
Main and Hudson, which is proposed
p.s the temporary quarters for the state
All preparations are being made for
the immediate removal of the various
officials from Guthrie to Oklahoma
City as soon as the governor signs the
capital bill, which It is believed he will
do soon. Exodus of the state officials
and their belongings from Guthrie
is expected to occur next week.
Governor-elect Cruce has reserved
a suite of rooms a! the Lee-Hucklns
hotel on the balcony floor, which will
he made his temporary office. After
making the Inspection of the pro-
posed quarters In the Levy building
and the old high school building on
East Fourth street, he left on the
noon train for his home 1n Ardmore.
Capitalized at Si,000. prellminaray
steps of organizing the capitol site
development company to have charge
of the *nle of lots from the proceeds
of which Oklahoma Is to build its
free capitol, were taken Friday morn-
ing at the offices of the Colcord In-
vestment company on the eighth floor
of the Colcord building.
Eleven directors were chosen and
they were scheduled to meet at 7:30
o'clock Friday evening to perfect the
organization by electing a president,
vice president, secretary and treasurer
of the proposed company.
The name. "The Capitol Building
Company" was agreed upon as the
official style of the organization. Ap-
plication for a charter is to be made
as soon as the organization and elec-
tion of officers has been completed.
The directors chosen are: C. F. Col-
cord, C. G. Tones, IT. Overliolser,
J. J. Culbertson. Kave W. Dawson
W. F. llarn. S. L. Brock. O. c,. Lee,
O. J. Johnston, Ed S. Vaught. and E. I
games were taken from Princeton, one
by default. Yule took three out of
four games with Harvard. The sioro
now stands :
Columbia: won 6, lost two; Harv-
ard: won 4 1-2, lost 3 1-2; Yale: won
4. lost 4; Princeton: won 1 1-2, lost
ATTELL WON IN FIFTEENTH.
TULSA, Okla., Dec. 32.—Monte At-
tell, world's champion bantam weight
boxer tonight won the decision over
Billy Wagoner of Chicago, in a fifteen
round bout here. Attell did practi-
cally all of the fighting and adminis-
tered severe punishment to the Chi-
DISQUALIFIED ONE YEAR.
NEW YORK, Dec. 23.—Ascot Park
automobile race track. Lon Angeles.
Cal., Is declared disqualified for one
year as a place for sunctloned auto-
mobile racing meets according to a
circular issued today by the contest
board of the American Automobile
association. Thl3 action follows the
holding of a meet at the race track
of December 11, promoted by Barney
Oldfleld and others.
COLLEGE CHESS TOURNAMENT.
NEW YORK, Dec. 23.—Columbia
went to the front today in the second
round of a play In the annual Inter- lna, „allv ,
collegiate chean tournament. Three reaped thi- north pole.
ARKANSAS FORGOT ARKANSAS.
LITTLE ROCK. Ark., Dec. 23.—
Governor UnnaKhey today wired th
navy department at Washington that
the last legislature made no provision
for the ehrlstening of the new bat-
tleship Arkansas, and therefore the
state would take no part in the cx-
errises at the launching of the Ar-
kansas on January 14.
RATHER HOPELESS JOB
NrE\V YORK, Dee. 23.—Dr. Fred-
erick A Hook, from a temporary ref-
uge at the home of his brother In
Brooklyn today telephoned to Ills In-
terviewers that he intended to devote
his life to convincing the American
pie that he really thought he had
Slowly made, surely good
the same as bah
Babies can't take care
oi themselves, nor can
Babies cry for atten-
tion—so do nerves,
cave ! "j Probably both are half-
"m - starved for proper
SCOTT'S EMULSION. I
ff'Jurln !Vfnltes l r*le, Sickly Chilflrt
Tiio Old Standard Grove's Tameless CI
"nnir, driven out malar a and builds up I
,rm. For e-wn 8nfj ohildree
ANOTHER COTTON STEALING.
Deputy Sheriff Harry Cook arrested
Cieorg© Johnson last night over in tlie
elbow and lodged him In the county
jail on the charge of stealing and sell-
ing a bale of cotton belonging to W.
SHE CARRIED WEAPON.
The police arretted Ollie Stephens
and Stella Johnson, colored, last night
on thr customary < barge. Stella
won't get off with a )5 fine this time,
though, as sh'- had a large long, sharp
knife on her when arrested.
Made liy specialty shoemakers in a specialty factory, where it
is not the policy to shoot through as many pairs as possible in order
to increase the output and the bank account, hut to make each pair
of shoes a shining example of top-notch shoemaking—to give every
wearer of a pair of these slowly made, surely good shoes for men-
style, service and money satisfaction All the latest styles and
leathers, .">0, $4.00 and $5,00 Ask your dealer,
CUSTOM MADE BY
WERTHEIMER-SWARTZ Shoe Co.
St. Louis, U. S. A.
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