Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 119, Ed. 1 Tuesday, February 3, 1914 Page: 1 of 8
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QUESTION DANIEL'S WORD
"'ti ll lli;itl Xliidc KllUt'p ltui I Oil
Polk s of III. I K Vital He-
i hi i unoNi
W tBHlKGT i.N. I'i'li I. That '
tuns ot the Nttvj department lugglsd
tin matlatli a in tin navy yea ' k
it. i i''i.; to make the American Navy
appear Inferior i" the German navy
unti thereby sol ih" United Btatas
down trow second i" third place as a
naval pof r was changed today by
Reprrscnlatlvu Withersj n of Miss-
issippi and llonaley of Missouri mem-
ben of iht House Naval Affairs coin-
xx .iu Sf. i. tar) 1 lanleli before the
gram for the coming year the two
congressmen who are strongly nppoe-
thin he was not an expert In com-
in iii. ii iiuestloning the congrcsg-
ni.ii brought "Hi that three American
battleships tin Oregon Massaohu-
etta and Indiana which are of tns
-unit tonnage and "i heavier arma-
ment Hutu ti'n Hated Qerman battle-
ships are ii'ft out t.f the United Btutea
urn altogether; and that they y-.'ir
hook Instead of giving the United
Btatas 86 battleahlpa built and build-
u compared with Germany's Id
should have credited thp United Btatea
nil :9 battleahlpa of heavy total ton-
i .tuf and armament iiiun Germany.
The.) :t I h developed that the navy
Kt.t 1 1st It I t na this year for thn first (
have taken nni uf the dreadnought
rlast t he battleships South Carolina
null Michigan which have dread-
naught armaments and have iut in-
to the (lernian dreudneughts claai
four ships of 11 Inch gun armament.
The year books compariaon inxrs Ger-
many 1 3 (Irendnaughta and the Uni-
ted states aex'cn while the congreaa-
men Instated that the correct figures
; iiinilil give Germany and the United
Htatt a nine dreadnaughts each
Detailed results "f their Inveatlga-
li.m tf the year bunk's comparisons
were announced by Representatives
Wit herspoon and Henaley in the fol-
"II whs developed that the United
Btatea appeared to have three itss
I iitt b shins Ulan liiTllillliv I ause
three nf the ainerloan battleattlps
were omitted from our list namely
the ' i n Rfassachuaetts and tin
Indiana The reaaon suggested y
ibe secretarj of the navy f"t the
pmlssion of these three battleahlpa
was thnl the)' were old and obsolete
i ut it appears that in the Qerman list
is Included ten battleships to-wit:
Kaiser Krie.it ii I; ill.. Kaiser (VII-
helm il . Kaiser Karl Der Qroaae Kai-
ser wilb'iin der Qroaae Kaiaer Bar-
barossa Wlttelbach Eahiingen Vet-
ten Mecklenburg and Bchwaben
i tu ii ..f which has tonnage of ih.kti.
t'liit at the same time as thf omitted 1
American battleships and each hav-
ing a main armament t.f fmir I l-lt)
Inch gune while tin Oregon( Massa- '
.mis and Indiana have a main ar- I
iimnii'iit nf four v-4-10 Inch Runs
wini.t the Oregon Maeaschusetts ant)
Indiana have n main armament r I
13-lnoh i-ims ami a tonage nf m.uss
" high (English authority was pre-
h ii ed to the secretary of thp navy
gimxxiiiK the Inferiority t.f the rn
German battleahlpa with their 8-4-10
im h Kims tn battleships armed witn
12-Inch and L 8 -Inch guns
"in regard to the armament of the
German battleahlps it was de-
veloped tiiat tfn nf them were tup-
(Continued on Page I.)
On!) one tli'Hisitnd ilulliits ihni
ibf l.iui.'.st month in Urn lilstttrv nf
the Tuina poatoiflce the receipts f"i
January jut clnaed the receipts fut
markable Rgura of IIS 429. 60 Tim
receipts for lieoembar .iixxuxa in.-
heaviest month op account i r the big
Christmas bui rtess tvers onl) a Httl"
Compared slth the same month
last year the postal receipts were al-
meal r.o per cent greater. The re-
el pt a showed hi Increase of 1414846
ox ar the Rgun f"t 1 1 1 1 m ben t in
total In Januar: as only M.IM .0
If i he re fun . niitlnus to gain nt
the rate bIiowii during tbi Mrst month
in 1913 postmasl r Crutchfleld ami
Assi.-t. tut postmaster Johnson iu
both lie entitled t'1 a rust in salary
sli...t -siill Tiitl
kSUlM IT" N Feb t. Bordi n-
town N .1 . Military Institute and New
ti.'ti for first placi In . lass a. In the
milltarj shoot title shooting leagui
f..i cliampit iisinp nf 'be I nlted
Morgan P irh His . Acad em j
COT LITTLE SATISFACTION
Km Pnmldeui liiillitan d He as
fetud tlx III. -ii ....il mi
. if i' if .M T. i 'live tn recox 1 1 . i
I In . Ii) the deceased In fa i
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ALL READY F00 TOKREON
Indian I 'iiimissii.il. i lakes DrasUi
InUun IguiiiHt . i ii . i ii t in
nailing i i. id
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TOOK A V1VE-V0CE-V0TE
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to In Vila. I.
ii I edei til
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workers who toil
aweatghupa i i
t leu pleaded alth
I toda) for hli u iU
Prt admit vx n-.
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xVAHHlNUT'iN Keii Having
i" i listemi) lauurcd repeated ara
HIM t'l the llilt i It. .1 i liiiiml
ugulnst aaiiton waatn of natural gas
ii ii lease on xx.iitei Starr allot-
seaaad a penaltj "i ji.unn bj IndladL
i tiiniiilaeloni i Hi lis ;
xi i Bella iiiixii i i ...i n 1 1 1 1 1 -1.
wanton waste ! gas on Indian hmoa NfcJW l'ORK Peb a meeting of
in i il I i In ni .a in usi t'i'&ae and Hint oil i N'atloual 1 1 tin i hut ir. ni i i ... i ...
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ii'.iii ail ii ia In t h" it.' ..( s
.1 imny. whoae offenaa i"""1""1 """ '"""S V. Murph) H
am ii. til. .n t.f its Issue g. ' ' ' IM I'
i nf mines has (lemon- inn) bull had b an
Ks in bu . ..us.. 1 1 .1 n .. ulllj .
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is ' . ixaata '
lured n. ininnt.H..n.i Sella! '" '"" vole 1
lerahlp of Tain-
t auae but t he hardship uf t ho
Kle If live on lOW XX .'IK' It II lid
s I I'lllld
t il t.f Mn
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tit : in
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Mail- a . all ml I gilt but Ilii
lancer das Tsj tar Itong
to it.- urcd.
BAIjTIMORB Md Feb. t'on-
greaaman Roberl ; Bremner "f New
Jersey who had the entire supply of
radium poaaeesed by Dr. Howard A.
Kelly and i al al 11001 placed
in a cancer laai December is ilyitiK
it was announced today that tnin-
plicatlons had arlaen and death was a
matter of only a few days perhaps
nous; and that only the Indomitable
will of the congreaaman xas keeping
Mr. Bremner rallied this morning
from the aeakened condition of yea-
terady and Insist.'tl mi working
hill he bus before oongreas.
afternoon bo called bis brother Lelth
As thf delegation fi Hie
lib nt himaelf was depressed perhs
' .-n more t ban I he) as ha went
Inn. In mi with his 1. mult llf t.
his friends afterwards he wished
could help but ha SUV! no way to
There is ever; reason to believe
however that the da) gave added
Stimulus t" the pi ia lei I a deal re foi
early legislation on soeiai Juatlce and
Induatrial reform mentioned In bis
tirst annual message Five hundred
women old and young most of thotn
plainly dreased b'lt iia nest and de-
termined word i" the White House
hut onl) a commit! if with five
apeakera gained audience with Hie
president 1 1 then i ms inlil
Hie argument had ceased and Mr.
Wilson aaked to shake hands wnh
in voices often choked with amo-
tion the tin' apeakera recited a tale
I of modern Induslr) which the) said 1"
knew nt chivalry; where old and' 111
oiiiik women worked side by aide '"
with men for ii idoquate wagoa and
under conditions that undermined
' health repreai nl ni' t woa t
frs the laundresses the capmakers
the hatmakers and garment workers
in id eastern statea addressed the
president Mis Glendower of itos-
ton one f the leaders of the eongr k-
I alonal Union for Woman BuffragSi
introduced them In turn and each
preaented a plea from imr own xiew-
"I don'l have t.i make a speech to
you" said Misis Huso Wlnalow of Iho
weavers "and I am so nervous that
i pled the
li. f Rit hill. .ml. I'll. t" (he
bedalde and. telling him he realised ''""i'1 make one If I wanted to
ti d was near requested him to I - bscauae I don't address presidents
take fliargo of the PasSiac Dally ever! daJ
iieiai.i. which he owns. "Th7 f" hum" IH' V
When Mr. Bremner consulted Dr. oiy else Interjected the president
. ... ... . i .....!. i xMth u smile
....in.. in. U-..1K '.. Lis latant. The prestdeni
I ir. C E . Burn ham I .use of the '
cancer's size ever bail been sanguine
about a cure; but the congressman's
SOIL CONDITIONS PERFECT
Cirowlng Condition of uinat in Okla-
homa Was iih Per lent in
iiimniii' ated to all
with whom be came in contact.
Only a few weeks ago Mr. Brem-
ner w nt out riding with his wife and
later and when the carriage drove
up t.i tin. samarium he walked up
the steps to his room unassisted
Aitont fmir years aa:" be began to
feel the pain Of the can er but he
thought it rheumatism. In a tew
months ha learned its deadly nature.
Physician in this country am! Fu-
rnpo tried In vain to cure him.
Mr Breraner's election to congress
was accomplished Whll be lay in bed
111 He did not make a apeech The
election is aisd to have neon a tribute
to ids pluck mi the night before
election President Witoon then gn.
Minor of New leree)' Waiting to bear
whether he was to become the presi-
dent of Ibe United States Is said to
have islted I'.issiar snd to havo
mads a speech for Bremner.
Mi. Bremner is a native .f ivt-iss.
Caltnees Scotland wheooa Ihs family
migrated to l unula when he was a
youth. His mother. Mrs. Alexander
Bremner is living In Camilla Canada.
to the apeech
"I need not tell you" h" said final
ly that group "f a'omen like this
appeals t.i me x'er deeply Indeed I
tin not need to tell von what my
feelings are bin I have already
plained the llmltatlona that are laid
upon mi' ..s He leader of the party
(Continued on Page :t. i
LEADERS ACCEPTED DRIDE
lotwpiod Bribes m 11-tnrii ror Judl-
i tai. N'omiuutJon talveu
Judge Will. -it.
OKLAHOMA CITT I 'eh. (Spo
mil. i The soil as regards moisture j
is iii perfect condition throughout the
state and the urowiiiK condition ot
wheat is '.'h per t i nt according to the
report "f the state board iif agricu!-
lure for the month of January. This
is perhaps the best showing of agricul-
tural conditions fur several years .it
this time. The around has been tn
such splendid condition for cultiva-
tion or growing and yet the weathet
pas i" sn such si to permit much farm
work of all kinds to bs don.'. 'om-
pared with this time last y. ar thn rr beginning of congress the
present condition of wheal is no pet term of the i.r i.n.nt and the tnaug.
cent so It ran he s.'en thnt this rron ! uH'"n "'r' checked t'j.luy whet the
ts way above normal. The growing I nite committee voted to report ad
i onunittee Reporta gaiiisl
banging Bate from
WASHINGTON Feb 2. -Prospect!
for legislation to ohattge the dates
NEW FORK Feb I
i 'assi.lv. who until n
the democratis leader
county and Louie T
were found guilty Ii)
ml ..f Thomas Itlllelgh tl
Counsel announced that
men ere n adj to go tq trli
. use pr" led I Ufflculty
countered at the outset In
unbiaaed jurors and as th
panel a-ni eghausted today
C flannlgan ordered a ape.
of one hundred men to be -Judge
IH nntgan Wl s
bench In the Roosevelt lllu i at
Marqt ette last Spring is pn Idlng be-
..nist. Judge O'Brien is tiisi mtly ra-
il i to one "f the defendai ta
Th" mi n "ti trial are James I ' lopar
William Groff Arthur Da via Harry
James and Udwln Polktnghnrn i:n-
lelgh Cooper Groff and pavta ara
emplnred of the Waddatl-Mahon cor-
lon of New York; Hie other men
leptit.x sheriffs eranloyad In the
John C Mann a Houghton hotel
proprietor and Frederick W Denton
reneral manager of the Copper Range
Conaolidnted Mining company are
bondsmen for Bach of the accused
men. Bff 'its tin x been made t" ap
prehend Raleigh a'ho is believed to
have lefl Houghton for Chicago "h
the night train last Wedneada) He
.line bere from Kea I'ork last .lul
when Hi" strike began and has I n
in thli territory continuously since
that time The five other defendants
now on trial are i harged with the
murder Bephen Putiich The kin
Ing uf Alois Tljaii" on the same nrrn-
slnri also lins been laid al their door.
Three prnapectlve lurors tentative-
ly a pted today admitted member-
ship In th.. "Cltisens Alllanoe." An-
I ither admitted ho belonged to the
Iweetern Federntlon of Miners. The
statt- his Ti! peremptory challenges
and the defense 1 SO.
I The killing occurred at BeeberviHe
near Palnes. lale on Auguat 14 Inst
Only iw.i of the men reaUy were de-
I i aties although II la said that the four
j Waddell-Mahon agejtta had been
sworn In as s'-nii in grnoranoS of the
Irtatute three months residence In the
latat With Raleigh acting loader
the sir had gone to a miner's board
ing house to a real two men who were
illeuttl t.. have threaitened to kill
in leave the premises when the de-
'"iis" will claim one "f them was
struck by a missile fmni liehlrd fl
is alleged the deputies or aome of
their number then fired kllllna Put-
rich and Tijatio.
It I ss XX s Il I llll
GtiRman formerl) uas a prlx'ate aei
retary to In. lamii X'usque Gomea
II. was known aa one of Ihe prom.
ti'rs of the Oroacn revolution against
Math re ami biter poined with Huerta
in the oonspirac) against the late
An effort was in. ni" .ii r 1 1 s t to con-
ceal Guaman'a aummar) esecutlon
but Inquiry as to a pool of l.l l m
Villa's yard revealed the fa. t and liitt-r
rebel leaders admitted Guam an had
been buried. A tea hours previous ha
; hud been aeen alive on the street.
The esecutlon of those upon whom
the rebels look as political enemies is
said to be In liii" with a r nt order
from Hen Parranaa thai all those who
i took an active part iii n verthrow
- of Madero must be killed
With his army of ll.ouo rebels al
I ready advanced lo points north "f
I Torreon and awaiting word lo open
i the attack nn the federal garrison in
that city i"ti Villa planned to leave
w H Inn ii fea hours for i 'hihuahua
wnence nftei a siai of several days
he will man h south to direct the
opening of the battle How long Hen.
Villa win remain In Chihuahua will
depend on the rapidity with which
tram loads of ammunition and rations
can he dispatched southward The
rebel leader prohulil) will not appear
on the field before Toi reon until
everything is ready for the opening of
.'In. ...I i
il Dw v
lil M il I
iHSIH Its i XKi.l ill
ii. level xi x hi xi . xi -
in xin hi urn
lake I llilti
I It. II ( .1-1
on Hi .
I S llf
tedfield late today
hargea of uoglig.mce
galnat laptaiii 1 lamuii
a courier w in. arirvci
' said th.. it bel advance
ready aurrounded t h-
;"n Etefeugio Vollaco
diors had not
1 from T"i i t on
guards had al
eity but that
'a federal sol-
pened fire The eour-
lei Sid ih rebels were adnntlna ih.i.
i usual method of surrounding Ihe city
long before iln-v expected to fire ..n It
The federal soldiers in Torreon it
wa- said were being k.'pt In lati.tr-
ance .f recent rebel victories and to
sustain ttt.it courage they were told
that Gen Mercado won a signal xi.:- I
' "i x at Djlnaga. Gen Caraveo one
of the volunteer federal generals wh.
escaped from Ojlnaga arrived i n Tr-
(CoiiMnued mi Pbki
i hul. i i utter ot bleago Got I n
Htraigill l ulls f Mainmort
"titly xx its
a Jury in
the supreme court late tonight of ar-1 LOI.Hviij.k Kx F. it 2 Mmr.
eiitlng a bribe in return for a )udi- I ley ("utter of Chicago defeated Ivan
clary nomination gh"n William WU- afamtttoff the Rusalan Cossack her"
lett Jr. former member of conaress. tonight In straight falls Cutter t"ok
Condition of alfalfa Is 95 per cent
and the condition "f nil kinds of live.
Stock is between H3 and 9ft per cent.
This Is made possible beenuse of the
fine pastille and open weather. There
la Jii lier cent of corn 17 per rentol
gheat an per rent of onts and 12 pel
sent of cotton of the crop of iii
4ttH In the hands of the farmers ac
'"I'Uug lo the report! received by the
boa I d.
versely on a constitutional amend
mem resolution pi 'posed sy Benstof
The Bhaffroth amendment would
hax'e advanced the t-tim menelnir of
the prealdcntl.i! term from Man h 4
to the s.e.ind Monday In January
fnii'.witia the election and would hux'o
luted the beginning of each new cn-
I m ess foi tho tirst Monday in January
'instead of il icli 4
in It 11.
The jury was out (1 minutes
Both CaSSld) and Walter heard the
verdict oalmly Judge Jayoog an-
nounced that sentenoa would b im-
pOSsd upon the convicted nu n Wed
W'illett who was OOnXiCted nino
days ago of paying money for his
nomination will bs sentenced tomor-
row. Thn trial of CsSSidy and XVultrr
xvas given to the Jury tonight. OottDSel
sjtent the aflernoon and "arly nevnlnf
summing ui si 1 Justice Walter Jay.
cm then delivered his "barge.
Won't Honor sunt- Passes
TRENTON N J. Fob. 2 - The
Pennsylvania Railroad company to-
day notified thn secretary of state
that It world ref ugg to hon ir railroad
passes hild by 13! etnta oftlelnls. SCO
PIojjsm and DfBosTg of the legislalurs
Similar notice wns glxen bjf the WoSt
Jersey A Brashore ru'.lroad operated
by the Pennsylvania. The action of
the two rullroads follows the dedst m
of the supreme routt In uphnldltig
the Pelaware Lackawnnna A West
ern milroad oon.iiatiy In refusing t i
arant free trsngpsftallog to snrteJa
'be first In 12 minutes with a toe bold
md the serond fall in 2 t-l minutes
ivlth a leir and bod) I 1 Id
in the second match Wladsk zi s-r
i-.o. defeated John Priborg In straight
falls. The first fall took 27 minutes
md tbi' second in.
II.. lie Id lule to Im dlrertuil in ni
I It'l l X til t III'
Merchants and Miners Hteamahlp
Nantucket whin) Hided xxni .md
ank t h" ' Md i lominlon line atuamer
Monro... with a l..ss ..f ti Uvea ..it the
J Virginia coaei last i 'i May.
No Intimation was given as to the
specific nature of the negligence to
' bo chargod against the Nantuckot'a
skipper The two xeasela met In s
denae fog earl) Frlda) nioruing th"
Monroe I nd up the coaal from
I Norfolk for New I'ork and the Nan-
tucket steaming southward from Bos-
i ton for Norfolk The Nantucket
drove her hoxv into the itarboard aide
ttf the Monroe caualog her to sink
I xx ithin a tew mlnuti .
i While the rhargif ugnliial i'ailntn
. Berry are under Inveatlgatlon a spe-
. i.il commtttee of the department
Georgs Uhler aupervlalng Inapector
general of ateamboat Inspection ser-
vice and E. T Chamberlain com-
missioner of navigation will under
take a particular Inquiry into thn
facta and t ..millions surrounding the
i illusion with the xhw of suggesting
a. tioii h the department or congress
I on the it 'sons taught b) the dis.isit'i
A statement from the department
I announcing the results of today'i con-
I feri nee said
"The dspartment inm given in-
I st ructions lo Inspector Tayley to pre-
fer charges against Captain Berry
'i bis win he done without delay ami
. the board of I . i Inspectors at
I Philadelphia win hear ail th" test!
i mony which may be produced on
both si.i s and rendei its decbrlon. An
appeal may be iai."n from the de-
is i ttf thin board to ihe supervls
Ing Inapei tor "f the Philadelphia di
nil t and s further appeal may
taken to the aupervlalng Insi
"Th.. local board of Inspectors at
f Alaska xvhs I'lnladelphla has been asked to ren
du. d this Investigation because nei-
ther vassal saii'"i from that port and
' It) Court Justice iCdwsrd I
I'l' si.t m f ihe club
speech In reply lo ihe resolution was
b) Thorn is i'-. Smith secretary
of Tainm nn ii iii. whoae demand thnl
the reaolutloi tabli .1 was Ignored
by .1 gatloe ( ii Iwyer
.luatloe O'Dwyer'a resolution read;
"Resolved thst w- favor the Im-
I mediate reorganisation uf the dome-
Oratlc Male com mi t tee and f i
t iiiun) t oiiinn s i ii t; i eater N'-xv
"Thai wo ara upposed bs the preg-
snt leadership of i 'harlaa r Murphy
snd declare ii our belief thai the In-
ten sis f tht. den ratio nam- its fn.
prestige and succcas demands his
'dlste retirement fmrn ail naiii.
Ipatlon in i art) affairs "
i rior to iiitrodiii'lna tlm ifsoioii.
G Dwyer reviewed past luc-
f the demoi ratio nai-tv in at it.
md t in ami declared thai the defi t
nine democratic tickel at ins
for the first lime In the
party by a majority of
not the fault of ih
He x sere as g ;
ie that xx as
I III III
hiatnr) of ih
111" X OKI'S Wi.s
Candida tea for
sel of men as ex
l he i .1 is thai led to
h" continued "was I he Is
to"S".. the people charging us
xxith corruption and with being grafl
rs isvidoncs h.s i . ...
i a court of r d that proved
' ttios" rh irges Tht
"" 1 ' " I ill i n.- I t li.it i h.
true They showed thai
election and if xx.'
lore in. pe
Sa xx III have I
it the last
r want to no he
I' a again w ith candidates
' rid of Hint .tie.
" nt in our purl) that Is res
r.a this sinie f affairs 1
Smith in reply said it a as amasing
thai Justice ODwyer al id say thai
J1 1 " brought out in tin.
John Doe ni pun "conatltuteg the
guiii of . X "i x man mentioned " Hn
He n began a defense of Murphy -
eluding with a motion to lay the reao-
on the table. Justice ODwyer
declared the motion not In order and
" v""' be taken on n
adoption of ih" resolution.
A thunderous "axe- the re-
sponse ami a moment later leemlng'y
.lust as oUd . "" was given.
Preaidenl O'Ds yer then annoui I
the reaolution passed. Bmlth demand-
ed thai a batlol vote be I iken but h.s
demand was unheeded and the meet-
At' the meeting
ODwyer stated the resolution had
been adopted m a regular manner and
that the club would go ahead with its
i..us t. cnange the leadership
n-'iL- inlaatlon "f the party
DUMTTH Minn. F
man e made pathetli
1"nth in Hi wilderness
revealed t".iax in a telegram recel
ed hx Mrs D ll Haslam rrtm 'sn
di". Alaska where the bod) of wu . be sn the local board at Norfolk
Ham I! Myers. her brothel eras I artll issuf ItHnvlna Ihn .litre s
through the testimony taki'ii b) it as
ain.xe described "
. PETTIT RESIGNS HIS OFFICE
Mx. rs had sgti naive holdings In
''.nl lands a on! Caudle ami white
Hois puss i i or fifteen years be
operated in Alaska where be met MlSS
U It Hayes n Ksnti kv girl who went
MeO Known Bono Trainer Dead . h schoo plannsd I
' ' 1 1 ix i n. i.- x .iiiam rm r " rr on ii... i l.l rii.
in siate Insurai . ..
aloncr ani K lMl
CUSTOM RECEIPTS LOWER
aoowu as a . ai y. . in. marrv th- x-ooot- i . i..
wnar and Miner of ra-s horses died I srlrl is thought to bi in Beattle
today In a Brooklyn hospital from
onmpllcatiitii of dlseist s l.iai-: a I
was born 61 years sgo In Maftciioa r
Fnaland. Hg tnnnnd Domino fir tho
late Jnmes it. Keene the vm? the
OOlt won $268000 Ir. purgSg
lisie elnp-ed slm o the dale on
Which the . li) administration a
month itrili'iil) definite!
promUed tlml II would furnish
an ample supj.li t.i psjeg diink-
livr water thi'nigh the i il) mains
Slid that prttinlse has not fei
hern fulfill d
KSl atives f'lan to hiixe th body
brought to the pi f his birth.
Prints Edward Island when navhra-
Hon opens In the spring.
Mrenf Isst lettei said he had found
Old I'n Board pieui
dXLAHOMA CITT "kiu . Peb I
(Bpaetal i An sppeal on the part ot
the Denton -Cam bron hoard of prison
control Wss perfected today and Will
be Immediate I. filed with the su-
preem oo art. Denton and Oambroa
faiieti to obtain a peremptory xvrit nf
innndamua re.i'iliing Becrgtary F. S.
H tmOf to gtenl Hie meetings of
th. Ir hoard ai I ie.- rd the proend-
Incs. The application was dmed Ir.'
":..' IjUdrs Catnsy. Tina la an
I si i nn. nun llelllW
i a January oi
OKLAHOMA CITT i ikla.. Feb. J -
I B u : i Irthui xx . pstttt assist
snt Insurance commlaslonar hmna.
1 iiit- wnh ths ptvsenl admlnhrtratlon
toda) tendered ins resignation to
Commissioner a L Welch taking sf.
- i initn. in t..y. comn Issli
1 W elrh w. nt to Tulsa to.
r to Mr.
January customs receipts fell nearly romi
month of mi t the time ot ttie prot
snactmen! -.f ths tariff ci trs urury I ann
ofSdsIs expsctsd to see g ettstonu Well
falling off of about $45iiiiO.OO') alhatiti
:"ir. so the January ngurea created I succi
i t aensation. lafeaci
For the month thn
burseraents r recel
not decided who ths I lot
I'el'lt WUM If
not come i s irprise as it has
I Burini ho did not urres with ths Insurance
' i poll Iss of ths
lit'1- mors thnn !'
Jan isn itn. ths
I rsements by
So far however tl
rst ii n fiom the Im
ss of dls-
x.is )USt i
. while in
Hit had ! "t
d late today
14 llkt'lx tj
has I i no
t- X4 11. td
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