The Inola Register. (Inola, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 41, Ed. 1 Friday, May 1, 1908 Page: 8 of 8
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NEWS OF TBE WEEK
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appropriation bill OBleee moaey li ap-
propriated 10 pay tor Ik* two battle-
ehlpe aaihorli*d by in* measure.
By a vol# of >41 to • the to
puwd tke Tillman Jolal raeolutloa
authorising Iko bringing of a Mil la
reacquire iko landa of tko Oregoa A
California railroad la Oregoa.
Tko largo*! batch of peaaloa bllla
la receive favorable cooaideratioo la
Iko bouse at tkla aoaoloa waa paaeed
roeeotly. Tko bllla iaroni*4 over a
tbouaaad aad all were put through la
RepreeenUtlve Hepburn of Iowa,
who baa kooa confined to kla
for Ikroo weeka bjr lllaaaa, la aov ooa-
Tko operation of extracting tko
venom from a lance-head vlpor, tko
■oat daa.llr of known ropUlaa. waa
performed in New York on a apeclmea
brougkt from tbe bead watera of tko
Amnion fiver. Tbo reptile yielded
oae-tklrd of a teaapoonful of eerum
which la ao at ron* that It la aald to bo
eufflclent to last tho world for >0 yeara
la tbo treatment of mallgnent dlaeoaoa
neh aa typkold and aearlet fever tad
Tbo Brltlah crulaer Gladiator waa
■track by tke American liner Bt. Paul
al tko lalo of Wight and ao badly dam
aged tkat It aank In a few mlautea
earrytag down 38 of tko crow.
A romarkable atorm boa awept over
tko aoatb of England oceomponlod by
Violent northerly gale and low temper-
ature and In many placea tbo anow
drlfu were eight feet deep.
Tho Canadian government baa aent
aa Invitation to the United SUtea gov
ornment to bave the battleablp fleet
vialt Victoria and Vancouver wkllo in
Jamea I Ally, chared with murder,
waa burned to death In a lire which
deatroyed the Jail at Seneca. Kan. Ha
waa awaiting trial on tbe charge of
kavlw killed Herbert Jordan and la
thought to bave aet fire to kla bed
With aulcldal Intent.
Rev. Dr. F. Knight Bandera haa
boon elected prealdent of Waahburn
college at Topeka, Kan., to aueeeed
Dr. Norman Plasa.
Before the apedal grand Jury at New
York Investigating the Metropolitan
traction offlclala Thomaa F. Ryan de-
clared that 95 per cent of the atock of
all tke rallroada of the country la wa-
The 259 milo automobile race at
Briarcllff, N. Y., waa won by Louie
Strang in a 50 horae-power Italian
car. The time waa 5 houra, 14 mln-
Qtea, IS. 1-5 seconds.
The gunboat Dubuque haa been or-
dered to Caracaa, Venezuela, to act aa
dlapatch boat for Mlnlater Russell.
In the United States court at Chi-
cago Judge Kohlsaat has laaued an in
Junction againBt express companies
restraining them from issuing express
A writ of habeas corpua, returnable
•t Poughkeepsle on May 9, has been
granted to Harry K. Thaw. The ac-
tion is a move to obtain Thaw's re-
lease from the Insane asylum.
Tho American Newspaper Publish
era' association in session at New
York, adopted resolutions thanking
President Roosevelt and severely cen
curing Speaker Cannon and Repre-
aentatlves Payne and Dalzell for their
actions in connection with bills aimed
at the print paper trust.
The Kansas State Federation of
Democratic clubs is to hold a conven-
tion at Salina, Kan., on May 18.
The first tornado of the season in
Nebraska recently swept through Cum-
ming county, and Into Thurston county,
killing three people and injuring a
number of others. Several houses
In the recent Louisiana state elec-
tion the Republicans polled less than
10 per cent of tbe total vote cast.
The federal grand Jury at Topeka,
Kan., has returned another Indictment
against H. H. Tucker, Jr.. secretary of
the Uncle Sam Oil company, charging
him with using the mails with intent
Catholics of the arch-diocese of New
York are celebrating the progress
Catholicism has made Bince it was
formally established there 100 years
Worcester, Mass., a city of 130,000
population has voted to issue no more
naloon licenses and claims to be the
largeat city In the United Statea, if
aot the world, to "banish the saloon.
Admiral Evans has notified the of-
flcera of the fleet that be will rejoin
the ahipe at Monterey, Cal.
Gov. Hughes has issue! a proclama-
Uoa convening the New York legisla-
tare la extraordinary aeaaion oa
David Weatherbee, aged 76. his wife
•ad daughter, wore cremated recently
if tke barnlng of their home in Cen-
Warner, member of the St.
looae of delegates, has been
convicted of bribery and sentenced to
two yeara la tbe penitentiary.
Tho McKlaley home in Caatoa. O..
baa kooa donated to the Catholic
of tkat diooeoe to be aaed aa
Jala Doug tea. a driller oka waa la
the kakM of lakattas eaters! gee aa a
ettmetaat. waa foaad dead lyla* oa tko
plaifona af a darrtok at MertleevWe,
Ok^ wltk kla otouifc e\m* m ageaplaa.
l.oadoa poatal aetborttiee aaaon thai
two bag* otjaait eoai
worth IMd.ooo from ikat eli*
etoita la Now York recently.
A toraado awopt aver portloaa at
recently leaviag a trail of
lajared. Tko aember of killed waa ao-
tuaai#4 at ISO aad tko fhjured at 4M.
Tke ioaa la property aad erope aaaaot
Tko Duo do Chaulaea. wko la Pibia
ary laai waa married to Mlaa Tkeodora
Nkoaia la Now York, waa fooad dead
la bed la Paris reeoatly. After aa la>
quest tko aethorltJee deolJed death
reeulted from tke obetraetioa of aa
Tbo 1004k anniversary of tho found-
ing of tko Catholic dlooeoo of Phlla-
dolpkla waa reoeatly celebrated,
the kick dlgaltartee of tbo okurcb la
tkla country were prooeat.
Aa olootrielaa at tko Ualoa Pacific
abopa at Omaba baa aucceeded la ap-
plying Iko principles of wlroleoa elec-
tricity to aa electric motor ear wblek
runs la tbo local yarda.
Tbe body of Bernard Warkeatia of
Newton. Kan, who waa aceldaaially
abot while traveling near Damaacua
by a Syrian, haa been placed aboard
tbe steamer Koenlg Albert to ka
brought borne. [
Tbe Lawrence, Kan.. Journal will bo
turned over to the achool of Journal-1
lam of tbe Unlveralty of Kanaa* for
one day and an effort will be made
by tbe atudenta to laaue a model ooua-
The aupreme court of Nebraeka haa
laaued a perpetual Injunction agalnat
the State Lumber Dealera association
enjoining it from all operationa calcu-
lated to eliminate competition la the
aalea of building material The aeero-
tary of the aaaociatlon la alao forbid-
den to carry on any of tbe bualneaa of
Four men were killed and thrae oth-
ere aerloualy Injured In an esploaloa
In a coal mine in Washington County.
In an argument favoring tbe dla-
franchlaement of tbe eouthern negro,
Mr. Griggs (Georgia) In the houae ot
repreaentatlvee declared that aucb
disfranchisement waa neceaaary to In-
sure white control and the peace aad
prosperity of tbe anntb.
The Republican convention held In
Arizona to aelect delegates to tbe Na-
tional convention apllt on the quee-
tlon of lnatructlon and two aeta of
delegatea were selected.
Prof. Starr of the Chicago univer-
sity, wbo baa apent three weeka In the
island of Luzon, expreases the belief
that tbe negritoe of that region are of
tbe same race aa the pigmiea of cen-
In a rear-end collision between trol-
ley cars on Pennsylvania avenue In
Washington Representatives Tawney
ot Minnesota and Haney of Indiana
were painfully Injured.
In the federal court at Topeka Judge
Pollock has decided that the State of
Kansas has no rights of law In con-
nection with the control of Goose is-
land In tbe Missouri river near Kansaa
The supreme court of Illinois has
rendered a decision declaring the new
local option law passed laBt year con-
stitutional. Every point on which the
law was attacked was pronounced
valid by the court.
(According la tko Minority Mai of View.)
Anna Defiee Family; To Wed Do Sagan
woald Mat en for a momeat to Mma.
da asa. I
THEY LEFT A TRAIL OF OEM
LOUISIANA, MISSISSIPPI AND ALA-
BAMA VISITKD BV TORNADOES,
Prof. Ephrlam Miller, who for 34
years has been at tbe bead of tbe
mathematics department of the Uni-
versity of Kansas, lias been teaching
61 years and has Just celebrated his
Secretary Taft is to make another
trip to Panama this spring. A number
of questions between the United States
and Panama and between Panama and
Colombia will be negotiated during
the secretary's stay on the isthmus.
Mrs. W. E. Stanley of Kansas and
Mrs. D. W. Busbnell of Iowa were
among the vice presidents elected at
the recent convention of the Daugh-
ters of the American Revolution In
Frank Moore, superintendent of the
composing room on the St. Paul
Pioneer Press, has celebrated tbe
fiftieth anniversary of his connection
with that paper.
Lieut. Gen. Llnevltch, aide de camp,
to the Russian emperor, is dead at
St. Petersburg of. pneumonia.
Sir Henry Campbell Bannerman,
who recently reeigned the office of
prime minister of England, is dead in
London after a lingering illness. He
was 22 years of age and had been
prominent in British politics for near-
ly half a century.
A division of far eastern affairs of
the state department has been created
by Secretary of State Root.
Prof. Aloxander Agasszi of Harvard
and bis non Mafl have returned from
Africa with valuable information, hav-
ing explored a large range of territory
of which very little bad been learned
Gov. Folk opened hia campaign for
United SUtea Senator from Missouri
with an addreaa to cheering thooaaada
at St. Joseph recently.
Gov. Joka A. Johnson of Minnesota
attended the annual Mesaiab festival
at Llndsborg. Kan., cond cted by the
Bethany college aad while there ad-
dressed tho thousands of people who
Iwere la attendance
Incomplete Information Indleatee ISO
Persona Were Killed aad Hun-
dreda Injured by tho Storm.
Atlanta. Oa.—A wind of tornado
pro^ rtloua swept over port iona of
Ixiulaiana. Mississippi aad Alabama
late Friday leaving a trail of dead
and Injured. Friday night the num-
ber of killed waa estimated at clone to
one hundred and fifty and tbe number
of Injured at four hundred, with many
portlona of the afflicted diatrlcta to
Most of tbo dead are negroes. Per
hapa a dozen white persons wore
caught in falling bulldlnga and either
fatally Injured or so seriously disabled
as to require medical attention.
The loss or lite was chiefly in tho
quarters of colored persona where the
wind deatroyed their cablna, burying
the occupants In the debris or In tho
farming sections of the country,
where the trees were uprooted, tele-
graph and telephone poles blown down
and other damage done.
It la difficult to estimate the ioaa of
life or tbe extent of the destruction of
property, for there is little or no com-
munication with tbe points where tho
wind and rain did its greatest damage.
Richland and Lamourle, La., were
struck by the storm and nearly one-
fifth ot their population Injured.
Winchester, Miss., a small town, is
reported wiped out. though only two
persons are known to have been killed.
Natchez, Miss., reports GO are known
to be <fead in the northern Louisiana
storm. Hundreds of plantation cablna
are reported destroyed In this section.
Mobile reported nine dead in Hat-
tiesburg. Miss., but this has not been
He Haa Taught 61 Yeara,
Lawrence, Kan.—After G1 years aa a
teacher. Prof. Ephrlam Miller, head of
the department of mathematics of the
Unlveralty of Kansas, celebrated hla
seventy-fifth birthday anniversary Sat-
urday. Prof. Miller probably has had
more students under his Instruction
than any other educator in Kansas. It
was in the winter of 1847 that Prof.
Miller taught bis first term of school.
For 34 years be has been at the head
ot the mathematics department at the
university. He still is in active charge
of the department.
NRW YORK.—M me Gould haa aot oaly
brokea with kor family because
of tkeir opposltioa to kor aeeoptaaca
of Prlaeo da Bagan'a ault. kut eke do-
Sea It to penalise her under tko toma
of kor fatker'a will by culling off kalf
of kor Inheritance if sko marry tka
tilled cousin of her former kuakand.
la all probability tko prlaeo aad tbo
former Conntoaa de Castellan* will be
married la Prance In May or Jane.
It developed thai Mmo. Gould haa
kad tko upper hand all along la tko
war la ker family. At tko time ako
divorced Bool de Onalellgne ako aab-
NIARLV ALL WATCR. | ■Mod ker fatker'a will to ker owa at-
toraejr, Edmund Kelly, nnd other eml-
Ryan, tho Financier. Makoo a Startling aoat coaaael, aad aaked them If tho
Statement to Grand Jury.
New York.—Thomas F. Ryan, ha-
fore the apodal grand Jury In tbo In-
vealigation of Metropolitan traction of-
provtaioa would apply la the event of
her marrying a second time. Mme.
Gould waa advlaod that whllo the will
andoubtedly applied whea aha married
Count Bonl It would have ao force or
Beers, made the startling declaration offect la a second or aubaequent union,
that 15 per cent of the atooh of all tbe aad, further, that the coorta would
rallroada in tbe United SUtea la wav aever sustain It.
red aad baa only a bare percentage Armed with this legal advice, which
of Intrinalo valae. >ho kept to herself, Mme. Gonld eame
"We jnderatood you, then," aald oaa to thla country to try to make an
of the Jurors, "that the road, coat only amicable arrangement with her broth-
about 6 per coat of tbe capital laaue; •' Oeorge and her alater Helen con-
tbey wore built with bonder j ooraing tbe prlaeo. But neither George
nor Helea nor the eaecutora
Oeorge Gould waa hlltereel to dm
eoekelng De Began, aad laid kefore
her a record of the prtaeo'a life, whlea
be kad detective* dig up la Praaea
several months aao. auoo after anaalP
connecting Ike nemee of kla sister aad
De Sngaa lie declared tkat tka aaeeu.
tora would never consent to ker marry-
ing De Hasan the Inilroaitaa waa
given tkat tke forfeiture clauao would
bo eaforced, altkouak at tbe momeat.
It la aald, he knew ibnt former Judge
Dillon, ehlef counael of the Oould oo-
talo. waa In eatreme doubt.
It had boea planned that tka prince
akould come to New York Incognito
aad remala la concealment until Mme.
Oould ked placated George aad llelea.
Hla presence waa discovered tke day
ka arrived, aad he fled to Phlladelpkla,
where ke remained In hiding for H
bourn, waiting for the word to make
hla how. Then he enme hero from
Philadelphia, knowing tkat Mma.
Oould knd failed to win ker brotkor
and alater and tkat ka mlgkt aa well
come out In tko open.
Oeorge Gould would not koar of
meetlag De Bagnn. Tkea Aaaa de-
clared tkat abe would do aa aha
pleaaed, and If the eaecutora attempted
to meddle with her InheriUnee or her
aoaa* tkey would have to Sght every
atop they took la tke courts.
Naturally, wkea Mme. Gould played
tkla card, which abe had concealed ao
successfully, the occnnlon eras aot
pleasant, and the upohot was that
Mme. Gould moved bag and baggage
from Mlaa Helen Oould'a homo to tho
Hotel St. Regis.
"Built with bonds, that la It Tbo aor Helen nor the eaecutora of Jay
Union Paclflc railway was built with Oould'a will, Kdwln and Howard Oould,
bonda got a lanfr grant worth
,b. ,0,.™.., w Senorita Cause of Vanderbilt Divorce
"And Atchison the aameT aaked a
"Yea, that la It Union Pacific aad
Atcblaon are the name. Yet theee
great laauea of atock la 95 per cent of
rallroada are pure water, put out In
our great apeculatlve eraa, are bow
accepted by banka aa collateral tar
loana aad financial deallngn."
New Strike In Alaaka Rich.
Seattle, Waah.—P. T. Rowe, blebop
of the Eplacopal church for tbe terri-
tory of Alaaka, who arrived In the dty
Sunday from tho north on the Yoca-
Un. brings the flret deUlled anthentto
Information regarding the gold atrike
on Nolan creek at the head of tbe
Koyukuk river. Nolan creek la only
A DARK-EYED aenorita. wkoae
Spaaiah extraction gave her a
beauty aad charm that haa eet many
mnacullne hearts afire, la aald to be
oae of the principal cauaee of tho
divorce action brought by Mra. Alfred
Vanderbilt agalnat her huabaad.
The alleged purchaae or a $11,000 au-
tomobile with tbe Vanderbilt money
for thla aame aeaorlU aome time ago
about 200 mllea from the Arctic oceaa. j J? " ^ * ' 'Ue b,t °'
The atrike waa made at a depth of' .Mra- v*nderbllts Menda any that
about 150 teet. It is estimated that ,e.p,ratlon >as been considered
the cleanup at the end of this aum-
mer will reach $1,000,000.
foe a long time. When one of hla
arable managers, Harry Brenchley,
eloped to Europe a abort time ago
With Mra. Alfred S. Dletericb, Mr. Van-
derbllt's name was openly mentioned
began pressing the young woman for
payment, and threatened to go to Mr.
Vanderbilt The morning after thla
the woman came to the automobile
company'a office and presented 11
$1,000 bllla. It la alleged ahe got tho
money from Mr. VanderMtt.
Thla Incident, In connection with tho
atorloa that became public following
the return to thla country of Mlaa
Florence Schenck, who hid driven
several of Mr. Vanderbllt's entries in
the London international horse show,
Is said to have decided Mra. Vander-
bilt to aeek a aeparatlon. Action, how-
ever, waa deferred until after the
marriage of Mlaa Gladya Vanderbilt
to Count 8secbenyl.
Mra. Vanderbilt who haa moved all
her effecU from her Newport homo
with a view to living apart from her
huaband, la with his mother, Mrs.
Cornelius Vanderbilt, at Fifty-seventh
atreet nnd Fifth avenue. Mra. Van-
derbilt, Sr., has always shown a
great fondness for her daughter-In-
lay. Alfred Vanderbilt Is now in Eu-
rope, having sailed a few days ago.
Society is deeply Interested in the
fact that Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt,
Sr., has apparently sided with her
daughter-in-law against her aon.
Mlnera an3 Operators Dlaagrss.
Springfield, III.—The coal miner*
and operatora of Illnoia bave reached connection with the beautiful aenor.
the parting of tbe waya, so far as tbe ltm- Thl" *0UD8 woman wa reported
Joint acale committee is concerned. In * *«ve ordered, In Mr. Vanderbllt's
the aettlement or the wage acale, and ™ U'000 "tomoblle. After
It Ib now up to the rank and file ot Bluch negotiation the automobile firm
the United Mine Workers of the atato _ _ _ _ _ • _
New Yorkers Have Private Theaters
elded to turn it Into a theater. The in-
terior was torn out and the ceilings
and walls were redecorated after the
manner of a regular playhouse. A
stage large enough ror all practical
purposes was Installed and equipped
with a large number of sets of seen-
to determine by referendum whether
a atrike shall be called In order to com-
pel the Illinois Coal Operators associ-
ation to pay the wages of shot firera
employed in the mines.
Frank Schneck Found Guilty.
Ottawa, Kansas.—Tbe Jury at 5:30
p. m. Thursday. after two hours and
fifteen minutes deliberation, toun.l
Schneck guilty of murder In tbe first
degree, on the charge of murdering
bis wife at Centrapolis in this county,
February, 3, 1907. Two little child :e:i
were murdered at the same time but
Schneck was tried for the murder of
his wife only. He received tbe verdict
without the show ot emotion.
New President for Washburn.
Topeka, Kan.—Rev. Dr. F. Knight
Sanders, secreUry of the Congregar
tlonal Sunday School and Publication
society, Boston, was elected president
of Washburn college Friday. He will
succeed Dr. Norman Plass, tho pres-
ent head of the colloge at the end of
tbe present school year.
Oklahoma Officers Seize Whisky.
Guthrie, Ok.—Five barrels of whisky
which were consigned to local mer-
chants for their own use were reoelved
here Saturday and immediately seised
by the sheriff.
Train Went Through Bridge,
Clinton, Iowa.—Engineer J. W. Bax-
ter and Fireman H. D. Seymour wan
killed and Brakeman John Dohorty
was badly hurt Thursday night whea
freight train No. 132. eastboand, weat
through a bridge over Clear creek,
three mllea west of DeWltt. Tbe
deatha occurred instantly. The en-
gine of the freight passed over the
bridge. A car went through, toppling
the eagine and piling 17 cars In the
creek and oa tke track. Tko ears
wore all loaded with cattle aad bogs
aad there was awfal carnage.
British Cruiser Sinks.
Southampton, England.—Tbe cruiser
Gladiator is a wreck as the result of its
collision In a dense snow storm Satur-
day morning with the big liner St
Paul off the Isle of Wight. No one
on the St. Paul was killed or Injured.
The total number of dead and alias-
ing of the Gladiator's crew is 28.
Divers Sunday- searched part of the
sunkel cruiser for bodies but were
not successful In finding any .
Cleaning Up Caracas.
Caracas, via Wlllemstad.—President
Castro has asked the academy of med-
icine to formulate measures for tbe
sanlUtion of Caracas to combat tbe
bubonic plague If It should break out
Following this request the academy
has Issued orders for the immediate
destruction ot rats, the dally washing
of the streets and buildings, and the
destruction of existing foci of infection
of whatever kind.
IN New York several persons in so-
ciety have theaters in their own
homes or In buildings which adjoin.
The performances which are occas-
ionally given in them are seldom
noted In the newspapers.
They are as distinctly private as
would be a musical recital given by
the hostess herself. And this 'despite
the fact that professionals are fre-
quently engaged to furnish the enter-
One of the most elaborate of these
private playhouses Is that belonging
to Mrs. Abram S. Hewitt Tho build-
lag was a stable before It waa de-
ery painted by the well-known scenic
When performances are glveji in tha
Hewitt theater the performers have
the use 6f dressing rooms connected \
with tbe stage. These rooms are simi-
lar to those provided at regular thea-
ters, except that special care baa been
taken to exclude all draughts.
There are no regular theater aeata
In the Hewitt theater, but inatead ex-
quisite chairs of Louie XV. pattern,
done in white and gold, furnish the
room. In the center of tbe auditorium
is alountaln of white marble, In which
the water gently trickles over a maaa
of llllea. Above la a promenade bal-
Wanted by the Bankers.
Coffeyvllle, Kan.—A meeting of tha
bankers In tbe cities and villages
along- the Kansas Oklahoma border
will be held within ten daya to In-
crease the reward offered for tbe cap-
ture of the Tyro and ChauUuqua bank
robbers. The reward it Is believed
will bo made as high aa $10,000 for tho
two gangs. The governors of Kansas
and Oklahoma will he naked to help ta
Bread Raking As a Science.
Lawrence, Kan—Te revolutionise
tke bread making ladustry Is tka taak
assigned to Henry Kakmaa, of Dillon,
Kmk. a fellow la chemistry at the
University of Kaneaa by tha National
Association of Master Bakers. The
fellowship pays $500 a year tor two
yeara. Mr. Kobman will devote hla
entire time to a study af bread making
ao that tke public can got more whole-
some bakoVa bread at a cheaper prlee.
Mr. Kakmaa haa beep doing apodal
work In ehemietry for tbe laat two
New Mrs. Astor to Reign in Society
SIGNS are multiplying that Mrs.
John Jacob Astor will succeed her
venerable mother-in-law as the recog-
nised leader of society, aad it la cer-
tain that under her relga the aodal
world will become more aad more
democratic without toeing any of the
dignity It may poeeeaa. The preeeat
eeaeoa, now almoet at aa end, haa
aoaa Mra. Astor grow la power, aad
by reason of her example there has
boea a striking chnnge in the attitude
of the average eoclety woman toward
tha public favorites of the regular
Oaly a year ago stage folk were
admitted to Fifth avenue drawing-
rooms simply as entertainers. They
were made to feel they came mere-
ly an employes. It was laalsted that
tbov aboald arrive only Ik time tar
their specialties, or "turns." and they
were dismissed In quick order after
their Individual effort to pleaa* the
hostess and her guests, but now young
Mrs. Astor has changed all that.
It la the faahionable thing at pres-
ent to have these players at enter- j
tainmenta mingle with the guests, and (
still more In tbe last few weekT^vJ
of the young women most prominent
in society bave lent their presence
to receptions held by several popular
women "stars." As a natural outHM
Of the mixiag or auge d sector too.
we have had oae young "atar" at
opera eaterialalag Mra. Astor, Mra.
Clarence Mackay aad a ecora of other
aodety leaders, la addltloe to the
duckees of Sutherland. Aad It waa
In keeping wftb the now order of af-
faira that the hoeteeo borodf aboald
go upon a tiny etage, built for the oc-
alag for bar gun
tbca daaoe the taraatula for theaa. It
eeemo that Now York aodety ta fast
becoming altogether human, aad it
may aot he aaraaaoaaMe to look for li
aa a next move to open Its doors
to tho giddy qneoaa of tbe vaedevlllo
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The Inola Register. (Inola, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 41, Ed. 1 Friday, May 1, 1908, newspaper, May 1, 1908; Inola, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc180099/m1/8/: accessed June 29, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.