The Oklahoma Post. (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 129, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 17, 1906 Page: 3 of 8
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THE oklahoma POS f—WEDNESDAY.
INSURANCE MEN JUROR
IN CONVENTION! INQUISITORS MEET ONLY TO AD
SHORT jWILL MAKE USE
FIRE UNDERWRITERS HOLD
THEIR SEMI-ANNUAL MEET-
ING IN CITY.
All Because the Officer Failed to Lo-
cate the Extra Member Re-
quired by Law.
ONIA ROITLVK BI SINESS
Court < onvened yesterday and pro-
jceeded with routine worn. Quite u
number of rases were dismissed on
Is Being Transacted. There Being motion of County Attorney Hays for
Nothing Done in Reference to want of evidence. These cases were
Rates-Adjourn Tomorrow. mostly minor offenses, such as carry-
ing weapons, larceny, contempt and
In the case of the territory vs. Gro-
Tho association of fire underwriters Ver Gully, charged with rape, the in-
Oklahoma and Indian Territories dictment was set aside on motion ot
began yesterday afternoon to hold County Attorney* Hayes, a new indict
COUNCIL COMMITTEE DECIDES
ON MOTIVE POWER FOR
A MEETING IS HELD
STAMP SALKS ARK
Local Postoffice Does Exceptional
Business For First Ffiteen Days
i That exceedingly encouraging
' dit ions prevail at the local post office
Ministers of City Call Business Men's
Meeting for Friday Morning in
Pastor Moore's Study.
As was said some time ago that if
the local business men did not come
At Which it is Decided to Award the
Contract to the Westing-
their semi-annual meeting in the city. nent having been returned.
Their session will last three days, end- Territory vs. Andy O. Ingllng, charg-
ing tomorrow afternoon. ed with manslaughter, placed on dead
This afternoon the resident special docket until further order of the court
and local Are Insurance agents will or judge thereof.
entertain the visiting members and The court was occupied throughout
friends with a banquet at the Thread- the day with trivial cases.
gill hotel. Tomorrow evening an in- The Jury met at 1:30 o'clock as or-
formal dance will be give to the vis-« dered, but immediately adjourned be-
lt'nc m< mlvrs' honor at Mrs. Donald cause of the officer failing to make ills
A pe^d's hall. return.
There is nothing up at this meet Court adjourned at
lug." said Secretary Watson, that is meet again
of any special interest. We are o'clock.
simply transacting routine business The jury will not get into harness'
and nothing regarding rates or any- :ind down to business for several days ~ T„0,.v,in
!.,« of >' kln.l -hat would be in- vet. Some difficulty is being espei i- a™T ^"^2, «L'nlf hv thp WestfnK
teresliiiK to the public." .-need in securing the requisite num- * y ls toJbt" by th *
The association is making this meet- j ber of jurors. house company.
Ing especially attractive since it
be the last one held beiore the tor |s phased With City.
Harry Flattery, an old Oklahoma
is shown by the increased sales 01 forward in the matter of the Civic
stamps for the first fifteen days of 0« Reform League the ministers would j
tober as compared with the same pi take the Initiative.
riod last year. Postmaster K. K it ha* been found necessary to
Brown announced yesterday that tne make ibis the case and the first meet ■!
records show an increase in stamp bus- ing, toward such an cud, is called to
iness of r>4 per cent. Speaking of the meet in Rev. S. B. Moore's study at
good conditions, Mr. Brown said yes- the First Christian church, corner
terday afternoon: Third and Robinson, Friday morning
"Monday's sale of stamps amounted at 10 o'clock.
to $520. That does not include the Dr. W. K. Piner, pustor of the St.
sale of stamped envelopes, either. It Luke's M. E. Church and who has
looked very much like the rush the been prominently Identified with the
lones meetings Is among the!
The water committee of the city
council met in the office of City Kngi-
neer William C. Burke yesterday after-
nTa important feature of the meeting I * e<* before Christmas^ The Increased S
was the selection of electric instead business for the His half of October foremost in the new movement. |
of steam power for the plant. In the is certainly jstonlshing.
original specifications, on which the well 'or the town ^
r^iKbml!,e"-B,"m l>OVU1 I OLDHAM'S MISFORTUNE. a selection of say, four or flv. men.
The citv engineer aner correspond- ~ ' 'h; -tand ami the leadnrshlf.
ence with the various electrical com- Well Known Conductor I, Sent to the for a crusade Tor the rijtht. Next n
nnnleq -.nd the receiut of a bid for the Asylum. selection of laymen shall he ma le
electric power, found that the plant W. 8. Oldham, to, the past seven., who are willing to uphold the church
could be operated with an annual ex- years a conductor on the M
Suits and Coats
We have never been so fortunate as
we are now in the matter of selec-
tions. Our SUIT anil COAT depart-
ments are running; over with new
things. Garments that are exclu-
sive both in style and materials;
furthermore, there is something to
be gained by our popular price plan.
speaks Th. plan for the organization is j
that the ministers shall take it up I
with their congregations and to make
i n I Its delegation.
rued at 5:15 o'clock to """" .'mow'it'ii"'electricuv"thaii railway, with a run between this city The next move will be to call a
his morning at 9:00 ' . . * nower will anil Parsons, wan adjudged insane yes- meeting and effect permanent ornan-
1 iTe sllghth mo'e exp^nilve to install terday afternoo. at r, o'clock before a l.ntfon an,1 then star! the work In
While the contract is let to th- commission at the court house earnest,
While the contract is lei n Ju[)(?e Harper> Dr UlnR This Civic Reform Ueajue-ls to co-
Guthrie were the members or the com operate with the poller and City offi«
llltration mission. Immediately fallowing the ex- clals if possible, and If not to act In
rlton becomes a new state
"We visited the city council cham-
ber last Mondav evening," sold Sec-
retary Watson, "an 1 we wen delight
with the manner in which we were
received. We were very gin! to s°e
i ii • fire alarm svstem bjc >nie a c«?r*
tilnty because it is one of the best
things possible for the ci>
The meetings of the association
n « not open to the public but are
rti ctly for members.
City boy who is now secretary to Chief
Engineer Pin nock of the Western Klec-
tric Co.. Chicago, is visiting friends
and relatives in this city.
"I have just bought two lots In Doug-
lass addition, on Seventh street, from
a local real estate man, ' he said yes-
terday. "I expect to be a millionaire it
Oklahoma City keeps moving."
Mr. Flattery is an alumnus ot tne
Oklahoma High School, '0;;. and the
son of one of this city's first post-
house company. The new-
plant will have a daily capacity of 4,-
000,000 gallons. The water is to be
97 per cent pure after its passage
through the filter. The plant will be
a thoroughly modern one and so ar-
ranged that it. can be told at a glance
whether the required amount of water
is being handled or whetner it is suf-
ficiently pure. It is understood that
construction is to be started at the
earliest possible moment.
Arrested for stealing his >wu shoes j
was the plight of Ed Moore a negro Real Estate Transfers.
before Judge Hayson last night. He Lydia Williamson to Albert H. YVii-
wa.s acquitted. ^ j liamson, northeast quarter of south-
I im Doyle, t). Roberts, N. C. Fager, west quarter of section 24. townsnip
.Matthew Galligan and C. C. Bible n, north range 3, |G2G.
were charged with "having no visible Kot)t g johnston 10 Carl Larng-
means of support." All but the ,ast
named were given $30 and costs pana-
cea an 1 all promised to "hike." Bible's
was continued until this morning. He
has been here a month and the only
work he could vouch for having done
w hk to raffle off a gun lor a local
W ill liarman, charged with asasult-
Ing S. A. Horton was continued until
Delia Hasklns, colored, soliciting
had left town, but $10 and costs had
been exacted and covered the fine.
Pay ton Allen, colored, held for steal-
ing "booze" was dismissed, the pros-
ecution failing to appear.
• Jessie Terry." called the Judge.
"Jessie Terry—that's me," came the
reply and his nibs came forward. "Con-
tinued until tomorrow morning." Terry
is held upon a charge of disturbing the, ppoBt
Roland (Dad) Buraeit and E. FUson ;
were up for an altercation of Monday.
Bunnell is eccentric and Inclined to be
i at her easily angered, being a very
old man. Many of the younger element
argue with him for the sake of seeing'
him anger. The judge tnought mis
the case with Filson, who claimed thai
he rmiant no malice, but was merely j
acting in good nature and gave the lat
ter a good lecture for bis teasing cap
KESSLER IS PLEASED.
Over Action of City Council in De-
ciding to Install Alarm
I feel exceedingly well pleased that
the city has at last contracted to In-
stall a lire box system. The one
chosen is the best there is and while
the bill as passed by the council calls
for but 30 boxes this will be ample
protection for the business districts.
Extensions will be made from time lo
time until the entire city is protected.
This will greatly facilitate our work,"
said Fire Chief Kessler, when asked
about the action of the cltv council's
action in deciding to install the Game-
rich, portion of land south of Hock
Island right-of-way being in northwest.
quarter of section 28. township 12
north of range 1 west, $350.
University Development Co. to Min-
nie A. Chapman, lots 9 and 10, block
70. University addition. $850.
KUhIV^817 t«,eVe.'iOPme.n,, COh,t0l,Ei!?! ■ alarm system.
K. Hackett. lots 11 and 12, block 70,
University addition, $800.
H. D. Hudson to P. P. Weldon, loi
13, block X, South Park addition, $NOO.
E. C. Wills to Margarlte VanSwan,
lots 7 and 8, block 4. Guernsey Park
Place addition. $1,000.
G. W. Elerick to H. N. Ruinmell
lots 4 and 5. and east half of lot ti
block f>. South Park addition, $350.
aminatkm of Oldham he was taken 1" dependently.
charge by Deputy Sheriff Lucas and The ministers want it understood
conveyed to the county jail until this that this is a business men's league
morning when he will be taken lo and that they are only taking the
Norman. first steps.
Mr. Oldham has been suffering from
dementia for several years and yester-1 Guns and Bicycles at cost. Easy
day while bringing his train into this; payments. Oklahoma Sporting Goods
city lie suffered a complete breakdown 1 •
and was taken in charge by other .
members of the train crew and anot.be" MhLLUll I W I .\ S
man took his duties aboard the train j
It is reported that he was one ol
the road's most efficient trainmen and'
ihis misfortune will not only be a blow
to his wife, who is here with him, but
also to the system for which he has
worked so faithfully
We have cash buyers for vacant
property. List your bargains with us.
A. N. Wycoff, 7 North Robinson,
Defeats Joe 'Walcott, Welterweight
Champion in Fifteen Rounds in
'•Ix Governor C. M. Barnes Is In the
:ity from Guthrie.
best Milwaukee Beer. C. G.
wholesale dealer. Phone 32.
E. C. Eape of Lone Wolf was a
General McCaskey Here. , business visitor Id the city Monady.
General McCaskey, division com-
mander of local army headquarters -V H. Kilpatrick, claim agent of the
and department commander at San Rock Island, was Jn^ town yesterday.
Antonio, Texas, is In the city for a
brief stay. General McCaskey is here
with duty in connection with the com-
mand of the division.
When You Have Something
To sell Or trade try rhe Barter i
Exchange columns. They bring
yiany Attach Names to
the WhitWell Petition
Wm. Dinwiddle, the temperance ad-
vocate. was registered at the Lee yes-
H. O. Mortlmore of the T. H. Griffith
Brokerage company went to Guthrie
Monday on business.
Geo. B. Heckeir,* district passenger
agent of the Katv, went to Guthrie
yesterday on business.
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E. ('. McAdam and Paul Nesbltt
spoke at a democratic meeting at Nor-
man last night.
M' «/• 'Baum & Co.
Ladies' Garments Exclusively.
Anti=Horse Thief Association
Will Be in Session Today
Boston, Mass., Oct. 16.—Honey Mel-
lody, of Charlestown, beat Joe Wal
eott, welter weight champion of the
world at the Lincoln Athletic Club oi
Chelsea tonight. The contest went the
full fifteen rounds and Mellody was
awarded the decision.
Mellody deserved the decision. His
margin of victory was not large, but It
was enough. Walcott was a top-heavy
favorite in the betting, but after the bers aione number 282, of these 244
Toda> the twelfth annual meeting
of the Anti-Horse Thief Association
convenes. The Oklahoma association
is an auxiliary to the national asso-
ciation and its records compare most
favorably with those of the mother as-
James Klrkwood has been president
for the past seven years. Horse thieves
ha\> been menaced by the agility and
alertness of officers and members and
the organization has struck terror to
While the labor of the association is
in a great part performed yet the re-
mote parts of the territory are still in
need of its protection.
No better estimate can be afforded
for the demonstration of Its past util-
ity to the public and the value of its
watchfulness and protective abilities
. the future than the following com
/ehenslve statement of tne work.
The data given extends back over
a period of seven years. The total
amount of horses stolen from its mem
contest even his backers were ready to
admit that he was beaten fairly and
Mellody won less because of his
have been recovered, and 38 not re
Not alone Is this work for its mem-
bers, but for the aid and benefit of any
Mrs. H. P. Hiaker returned yester-
day from an extended visit to Sedalla,
Mo., and otrer points.
not to Filson
More than two hundred signatures i Governor Frantz. As only twenty-five
to the petition of the Independent signatures are required on the nomi-
This, however, ne applied to j league, nominating Rev. O E. Whit- pMarSng'on'the1 A c- Arnold of Texarkana. Ark
It is understood lhatlha9 bTn H'";klns' J'"
of the league will at the Lee hotel for the pas, few days
all who parley with Ihe old man and ; we„ „ candldate tor a constitutional | appearing on the
own good work than because Walcott one wjU) loses a hor
is far from the great fighter he was ln 223 cases have the stolen animals
before his right hand was injured ln i>een recovered for non-members,
an accident with a pistol two years! the seven years and out of 4U7
ago. Walcott could use his right bui ! thefts, 317 of the thieves have been
little, and li.ls left, although It was et caUght and 226 convicted.
fective enough, at times, was not good | The value of the property stolen
enough to stand off the rushes or Mei- ■ amounts Lo almost $60,000, while that
lody In spite of Walcott's hand recoVered Is valued at $40,000. Horses
leap il was a splendid contest and had! aud mr.les are the kinds of animals
the crowd, the biggest by the way that jn ,HCOpf, of the association s work
ever saw a fistic encounter in Chel-1 4\ew lodges, for such they really
sea. on the edge from the first round
to the iasl.
Walcott was on the defensrve during
the greater part of the contest. He did'
most of the holding for Mellody's per j gon 0f Former President Garfield
are—a brotherhood to protect their fol-
ic.w-nmn from outlaws and criminals
—ha\> sprung up on every side. Rev
enty-three have been formed ln the
Oklahoma division alone. This divi-
sion contains over 300 lodges in good
standing with an aggregate member-
ship of something llko 10,000.
The executive committee met at the
chamber of commerce yesterday ana
perfected plans for the meeting today
and tomorrow. This Is cvmiposed of
W. W. Pierce, chairman. Wetumka; ti
G. Wyss, Pawnee; G. T. Syffert, Ponca
At today's session the morning will
be devoted to the speeches of welcome
and the responses—it will he an open
meeting In general.
For this afternoon a parade oi
horsemen wlio form this association is
contemplated. Those who are not
equipped with horses will participate
The evening session will likely be
devoted to business.
Thursday will be a continuation of
the business meeting and will he the
closing day. at which the ptace oi
next meeting will be chosen.
By the rules no city can nave the
meeting twice in succession, so Ukla
homa City will be out or the race.
Pawnee, Enid. Lawton, Sulpnur
Springs and El Reno are entered thus
Between 800 and 1,000 members afe
expected to attend and between BOO
and 700 territorial visitors who are
Interested in the work will likely oe
In attendance during the two days.
Neat red badges mark the delegates
while blue ones will distinguish the
PROMINENT COUPLE WED.
were found lacking to complete tne tes
timony, which was rendered one-sided
t hrough their absence, and subpoenaes
wei-j ordered Issued for tonight's ses-
sion, when tne case will be tried.
At the morning session Henry Wells
was fined $3 and costs for being intox-
icated, and was given an extra $25 and
costs for carrying concealed weapons
Wells was found with a loaded gun
upon bis person, and in a bad stare o;
K. Adams, another drunk, was fined
S3 and costs.
I delegate from the 28th district, have all the influence
I been secured. From the twenty-ninth i)e used to bring i
slstent attack was of the kind that
brooked no denial. In spurts, when
the black demon got 'tis left working
effectively Walcott made Mellody hang
on, but during the greater part of the
contest Mellody was forcing the Issue
landing effectively with both hands
\Y. R. Sutliff, drunk.
(\ W. Jackson, riding horse on side-
R. M. Garland, drunk.
Will Open Cafe.
L. A. Davis is preparing to open up
a 'modern an I up-to-date cafe and res-
taurant at No. If South Roldnson,
two doors north of No. 1 Fire Station.
Dr. Davis is an old time caterer,
having been connected with Fred Har
\. s eating houses for a number of
years and will undoubtedly make a
w about tne election or „ __ . , ..
district the petition nominating Robert whitwell and Chowning (ieorge W. Hingeley. representative
Chowning was signed by more than Discussing the work of the league of the State Mutual Insuranee company
one hundred. l)r. Thomson said: spent Sunday In the city with his fan).
At the headquarters of the league It «|n twelve or fifteen of the districts jlly' ...
was announced yesterday afternoon ( the league has endorsed both tile re
thai among those signing file petition ; publican and democratic candidates, ln
were many of the leading business ana i.ther districts either one or the other! l,al'ted
Herman Block, of Block Bros.. d<-
vesterday for a fifteen days
professional men of the city. A com-1 have been endorsed. Where neither1
mlttee of the league, headed by J. .1 candidate Is acceptable to the league
Thomson, went to Guthrie yesterday] an independent man is gotten into the
afternoon to file the two petitions with I race."
/islt with his relatives in New Orleans
Territorial Board Receives Applica
tions for Certificates.
The territorial board of embalm-
ing met at Street & Harper's under-
taking rooms on Grand avenue yester-
Eighteen applicants for certificates
were examined at this regular semi-
The board is composed of W. K. Pat-
terson, president; W. E. Harper and A.
GROSS RESUMES WORK.
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RAILROAD NEWS. ♦
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W. E. Welsh, Frisco agent at Tulsa,
was in the city yesterday.
Assistant Passenger Agent Geo. R.!
Hecker, of the Katy, departed this1
morning for Wilburton.
Mrs. J. E. Springer, wile of Contract,
ing Agent Springer, of the Frisco, letc
yesterday to spend two or three days
visiting friends at Lawton.
B. T. Bohannon returned to Elk
1 City Monday after spending Sunda>
= l in the city with his family, 721 North
On the Big
1 t| Work was resumed yesterday
' Contractor Gross on the Gross-Gloyd-
The revival meeting at the
Temple continue to grow in ""'""i"1! Contractor Gross on th
and numbers. The song service Is a ijaje building on West Main street, in
special feature and songs are the which the Sam Jones revival meetings
ones used in the great meeting just were held.
cloved hero under the Rev. Sam Jones This building is expected to be near
end E V. Bxcell. completion by the time of tho big corn
The sonu's are illustrated by use of | carnival and at least so far completed
s stereoptlcian and adds much to the llB to make the lower floor. Inhabitable
Interest and sends home the thought and out of the sphere of the workmen.
of the aong In :| mo«< remarket)!*
manner. Editor Field# Will Speak.
————————— John Fields, for some years a direc
tor in the experiment station al Still
water, and editor of the Oklahoma
Farm Journal, of this city, will de-
liver a lecture on "Using Your Oppor-
tunities" at Pryor Creek, I. T.. on (Jc
tober 1^. the second day of the lair
that will he held there then. It has
been said that while employed at t tie
experiment station Mr. Fields estab-
lished and developed his agricultural
SIGNOK S. D'ANNA
Teacher of Voice and Piano.
Twenty years of experience.
Exponent of Wie true Italian
method of voice development
Frederickson-Kroh Music Company.
Location, West Se.enth street. One
ston frame dwelling. Cost. $1,000,
Owner, Dr. George Morse.
Phont 29J0. 321 North Broidwiy
F. W. BRUCHMANN
For your fall oi winter sultn or The Next Time
rv.rrosts The «welle«t patterns In Yon haw nomethliiL- to sell or Ira.|.
the city to select from. Ill North try thr Barter and Kxchun column-
Rrblnson. «'[lt P J's.
McAlplne. aged year
*xas avenue, died at
yesterday morning and was
it 1.00 o'clock yesterday af-
Seeretai*y Joseph E. Johnston ap-
peared at democratic headquarters to-
day. after a few days' absence caused
Takes Mi«s Emmons for His
Falmouth. Mass., Oct. 16.—The mar-
riage of Miss Susan Emmons, daugh-
ter of Mr. Nathaniel II. Emmons, of
and driving Walcott to the place whert. Boston, to Mr. Irvin McDowel Gar-
he had to hang on to save himself flejdi 0| Boston, son of the late Pivsi
Walcott*« experience and superior dent Garfield was solemnized at St.
generalship showed itself time and Barnabas Episcopal church today,
again. The lorm Mellody showed to Fri.ml- of the young couple io the
night would have decisively defeated numbei of several hundred filled the
most men of his weight. Walcott was Gdifl<v. which was aitistleallv decorat
crafty at all times and his splendi.i i P<i wi,|, flowers The ceremony waa
defense kept him on his feet when performed bv Rev Henry II. Smythe,
many fighters would liave gone down pas l)r 0f the church
under the rain v>f blowH that Mellod> Following the eeremonx the bridal
Mellody put up a game
party received their friends al the
and wen 18Ummer home of the bride's father,
jmlned contest He attacked Walcott ov(.rlooklng Hie waters of Vineyard
in his only vulnerable spot, hu body goun 1
and Ills attack was hard an-j dlrecr Mr, James A fSarfleld. the mother
Mellody really surprised the crowd. of , Kroom was among the Kite, is
Instfld of boxlnf wildly as he lias
against most of his competitors, lie North Dakota Clubwomen.
used splendid judgment throughout
Even when Walcott nad him to the
Jimmie BiggerstafT, salesman
the Butler-,)arboo Paper company, re
turned last night from a business trip
lines Klrkwood and daughter are
In the city pt rnding the A. H. T A.
meeting. vli. Klrkwood is alBO editor
of *he Guthrie Searchlight.
Fargo. N. D., Oct. 16.—The North
, . Dakota federation of women's clubs
for|b«d he saved himself cleverly and "pene.l a three da.V convention this
morning, Mrs. ("ail Nelson of Cando
..... , , . nreglding. Addresses will he delivered
Walcott would score speedy victory.
ew«..r }U),| huAn irnlnp fnut Ha
State'* Witness in a Murder Cut
Meets Sudden Death.
Jackson, Miss., Oct. 16.—Stale
Treasurer W. J Miller who returned
today from Smith county, reports an-
other assassination added to the long
list of famous tragedies of the Sulli-
van's Hollow neighborhood. Willie
driving along th* road, ten miles from
Raleigh today, Miller heard quarreling
and cursing ahead, followed a moment
later by a fusillade of shots and the
sound of horses hoofs in rapid re-
Later he found an unknown man
1 ving in the middle of the read dead.
He was later Identified as Jim Wll
Hams, one of the state's witnesses ln
th Sullivan Hollow murder cases
which were to be tried In the circuit
court at Ralelgn ihla week.
H W. Darling returned Monday from
three weeks trip In the east. Mr
les In the east.
Arthur W. Mitchell, contracting
agent. New York Central line, with parllng visited all the important
offices at St. Louis, was in the city
Abe Feltenstein, president of the
Dr. F. T. Wilcox, a prominent physi-' Kmplre theatre company, has quit the
clan of Chicago, 111., and C. L. Sim roi"1 "ni1 wl" h|s entire at-
onds, chief clerk of the Rock Islanfl tentlon to h a local vaudeville theater.
leave today on a hunting trip to the
Panhandle of Texas. They expect to j You will be up-to-date In quality and
be gone about five days.
Today ls homeseekers' day from St.
Louis and other points east on the
Katy. A heavy business is expected.
These homeseekers will he distributed
over the new state and Texas by the
Katy's Immigration agents.
Word has been received by Commer-
cial Agent Finch of the Katy that th<>
cotton platform located at Witcher is
to be moved t<> Hallett. Also that one-
half of the old freight depot at Ne-
I >gany Is to be moved to Hallett and
fitted up for a passenger depot.
Increased traffic both passenger and
freight from this point is the cause
assigned by the local officers of this
stvie if von serve BTEFFEN'S SANI-
TA RV ICE CREAM ANI) ICES (IN
BRICKS) at your next reception.
All You Pay
the Barter and Exchange col-
came back strong
In the opening round It looked as 11
would score aP-edy victory. h a, promlneBt Wllltlen of thelread the
I hey had been going fast, WalcOtt be
ing the aggressor, when suddenly War ,
eott hooked his right fiusn on Mei
lodv's jaw Honey went down, re
gained his knees, but stayed there
while the referee counted six. Wal
eott stood right over him waiting to
finish him when he got up. but Mei
lody sprung right Into a clinch when
h arosj and saved himself to the end
of the round.
Then, to everybody's surprise. Mei
lody camo hack for the second round
and fought Walcott off his feet.
In the eighth Mellody flashed out
strong. nd his persistent attack on
Walcott's mid-section drove the roi
ored man to the defonse. From then
until fbe end, when Walcott was about
all in. it was Mellody and the decision
Columbia, 8. C„ Oct 16. W. M
Limcliouse. sheriff of Dorcriester coun
tv, was indicted tonight by the grann
jury for allowing a mob to take a ne
gro from him last August for lynch-
ing The sheriff will be tried at once
Is. In the Barter
change columns? Don't fall
Woman, Jealous of Husband,
Horsewhips Another Woman
of her husband's affections.
Kemp armed herself with
ESTABLISH AN IRISH THEATER
New Mexico Masonic Meeting.
Albuquerque, N. M., Oct. 16—Masons
from all parts of the territory an- ai
*> ',, rlving here today to attend the meet ... _ |
ln*:s of the various Masonic bodies of ,hoi; fir
.V w Mexico to lie held here this week
The A. F. and A.M. grand lodge will be
Ernest W. Arrsinlth. Kansas
N Blake, Oklahoma Cltj
uin Its sessions today, the Royal Arch
Masons' Grand Chapter on Wedne
(Ih\ and the Knlghtl Templar Grand
Commandery on Thursdnv. Mam en
tcrtalnmem features will be provided
J by the local members of the orders.
The many bargains offered lu the
! Barter and Exchange columns.
Steal Into Chicago.
Chicago, Oct. 16.—Is some one of the
country's great railroad systems try
Ing to steal a right of way Into Chi-
Soni <>f the aldermen are suspicious
of the Chicago & Illinois Western
which Is asking for the right to lay
a track well toward the heart of the
city. The ordinance will come before
tlio council Monday night It Is ex-,, )Rh NH,|nnai Theater socletv. whl
plained that the line will really be-
long to Dolese and Shepard, who warn
it to bring ston- from tnelr quarries Jc of Irt.jan(1
east of • town. An Increase in we I
compare'*4 capital stock from 11.000.
>00 to $12,000,000 gave the aldermen
shock. Besides why does
the concern want to parallel the Illi
rols Central tracks
Dublin. Oct. ItJ. \n
theater has been founde I in Dublin.
Edward Martyn, author of "The Heath
er Field." and Colum Young are Its
creators. A triple Idll is to he given
during the winter, including an Eng
llsh play on Irish llf«\ a Gaelic play
and a continental drama.
The enterprise ig a secession from
the Yeats theater, controlled bv the
.. buggy whip, and walking to the
front of her husband's saloon at C ill
fornia and Robinson treets last night
she met M' Maud Hlghharger, whom
she proceeded to horsewhip In true
manly fashion. In a few minutes a th-
Inrne and appreciative crowd had he
gnthered to witness the Interesting
Down came Mrs. Kemp's arm and
the lash of the whip Bounded tmnn
the night air, as 11 struck Mrs. High
Wargei who writhed In pain. Mrs.
lri«h national K"'n" wtt" ah0Ut 10
• ! le '
to the police station
Mrs. Hlghharger swore out a com-
plaint against Mrs. Ed. Kemp charg-
Mrs. Kemp's husband runs a saloon
on California ami Robinson aud Mrs
Hlghharger and her husband entered
wlneroom, she ordering pop and
onie liquor Mr. Kemp took the
drink* to them and hln wife sayi
shi found him In the room with them,
with the door locked.
->he v-csented this and when Mrs.
Hlghharger came out she was ready
ami assaulted her.
Mr. Kemp when seen said that hi?
wife was Jealous without warrant.
The story is complex but will be
straightened out in police court this
ted and taken morning.
the organizers of th.*
resort assert Ih not
The«e aldermen think the see a
connection between the Chicago K ll
linois Western and the Chics* >. Joliet
and Kansas City. The former s an
wer consists simply of a denial that
he two roads arc or will be connected
One rumor is that Harriman wants
• he entrance aud that a line is to be
l.ullt into thp city in the interests ot
i he I'nion Pacific.
Taft's 8hips Not Heard From.
Norfolk. Va.. Oct. 16.—With a gale
blowing 35 miles an hour on the At-
, lantic coast tonight, the battleship
fleet which Is bearing Secretary of
I War Taft and party up the coa.! from
| Havana, due to arrive In Hampton
Roads today has not yet been hoard
; from. The weather Is thick and
'cloudy and a heavy e« Is run ting. If
is probable that the battleships are
tinning at a reduced speed and getting
j i severe buffeting.
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