The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 128, Ed. 1, Wednesday, October 14, 1908 Page: 1 of 8
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THE GUTHRIE DAILY LEADER.
GUTUttlE OKLAHOMA WEDNESDAY EVENING OOTOUEK 14 1005.
RESORT TO .!
DESPERATE EFFORT TO
TURN LABOR TIDE
OFFERED HIGH OFFICE
Provided He Will Repudiate!
Gompers and Action nl j
(By Assoclntod I'resn.1
Now Ynrk Oct. 14. The Democratic j
committee through John J. Oordoi
assistant anil acting chief of the press
bureau at headquarters last uls'n
made public the following statement:
ii was siaiou ni mo ua'ionnl Dem-
oiratic .ioadquarters last night tint
Bresioent Iloosevclt by promise of of-
fice has succeeded In having one of
the big men or the American Federa-
tion of Labor dosort President Goinu-
its In his advocacy of tho olactlon of
Mr Hrj'an Tor tho presidency.
"The labor leader In (luusllon Is
Daniel J Kcure of Detroit prosideut
of the International Association vf
'Longshoremen and ono or the vico-
presidenis or the Federation of La-
bor. "The Democratic committee allegs
that Kcofo and the president worjo
closeted for fcevoral hours In Wash-
ington on Saturday October :s and lliu
offer or being named commissioner
general of Iminlgrallon made. vauut
bv the ilentli or Commissioner Bargtllti
was made in consideration ot Keefe
rrptidlating Mr. (inmpurrt and the ux-c-utlte
council VLHV) Jejlorallou.
"Keefe on Saturday' last Issued a
bt'iieinent In which he salil:
"I am going to vote for William H.
"It Is pointed out tlinl on Septem-
ber 'S lust the executive council nl
the American Federation of Labor Is-
Mini a Ireulur calling on orgtuiiz.-
tlom of lalior to work lor the deteit
of Me Taft .mil Uepublicau congress-
tneu heeklng re-election and Mr. Keefe
authorized Ids signature lu be attach' 1
' Tile source of the Democratic coin-
mince' information was not divulged
tojilght. but the liifonimtlou win of-
fered that If Mr. Kcofo or President
Hoosevelt deny tho charge another big
labor leaner now in Now York will
come forward with fttotB to prove Una
tho offer was nmdo and Mr. Keefe in-
cepted It and has commenced to make
good his. part ot tho deal."
Keefe Denies Offer.
(By AsRoclalPil Press.1
Detroit Mich. Oct. 14. l'roBlden
Daniel J. Keefe of the luternaliourl
'longshore Murine Workers' associa-
tion was Informed of the statonien
The statement Igsuod by Stato Bank j
Cummtbsloner 11. H. Smock t day'
showing the condition or the state i
banks at the close of bustuosH Soptem-
ber iJrd. sIiuwb an Increase of 3.7C4-
Ci0 50 In Individual doposlts since tho
statement issued as of July 15th..
ii period of soonty days. TliU is a
iremendctis Incroaso and can not bej
uccountad for In any war suvo the er-
feet or the Oklahoma depositors guar-
antee law. It Is a much larger In-i
crease than has bjjeit shown In any two
previous statemunis since statehood.
The net gain s own by the July state-
ment covering the perloj between
Alay 14th. and July 15th.. a period of
(5- dais showod but nu Increase or i
$"8 fiS'J '1
Uiam and discounts
Ik pds.wa rrnnts and securitlus
Banking house furniture and fiutun.
Other r?al estate owlmd
Due from banks at sight
Exchanges for clearing house .. .
-heck and other Jtash itouis
Cash lu baukb
Cuplta' tcck paid 'c
Surplus fund '
)UO to banks .. .
t'ashlcrs aod certified chicks
Bills pa)-oble .. .
Average ret.orv'0 hold
Number of Banks.
made at national Democratic hei'i-
qiuirter at New York that be li.nl
been promised the position of general
commissioner of immigration In
'turn for his udtocnc.v or the prcsldt-u
tin) candidacy of William II Taft en
twtod ti vigorous denial After hitting
read the statement he nlu:
"1 was not closeted with President
Uoosnvelt at (111. 1 did nee him on Oc-
tober 3 but It was only four or five
minutes' audience nt which Hi-veral
others were present. These vncludo 1'
II. MnrrlMft.V head -jf the Brotherhood
of IttttlvVfty Tntluiiien mid 1 think one
of tlm uhtons was Oenerul l'uwell Clay-
ton. There Were others that I did not
know. I itm ot the opinion that evoiy
word that wtm wild lo mo at that time
"Tin. president did mil offer (lie po
slllon to mo ot commissioner general
or immigration itircctly or Indirectly
then or nt any other time.
"Thi executive council of the Anier
lean Federation of Labor did not u
my knowledge send out nuy circular
us is referred to In the dispatch from
New York consequently 1 could not
have endorsed it. On August 15 more
than six weoks before 1 saw Presi-
dent ltoosevelt I made identically the
stum statement which I made a fev
days ago in regnrd to Tart's cnndi
dacy. .My stntoment appears in the
Detroit Free Press or August 10 1 wa.'
asked then by a representative or the
Free Press ir 1 had sfjjned or seen a
letter sent out by President Compels
or the American Federation or Labo-.
(leiiounciifi the Republican platform
ami urging labor to support Bryan ami
the Democratic ticket. I repJIed: 1
do not believe Mr. (rompe-a has Issued
any such letter and if he has. tt iIocm
not meet my endorsement. If such .
letter has been Issued 1 have not seen
It. I will neither support nor vote for
Mr Bryan. I am going to vote Tor M.-
Taft who Is an honorary member nl
one or our branches tlie Association
or Steam Shovel and Diedgemen
Special to Dally Leador.
Cushing. Okla. Oct 1 1. Announce-
ment that A. H. Holland Is to be the
postmaster tj succeed Jacob Plunltett
at this place was followed b a illus-
ion In Bepubllcan ranks which threat-
ens to disrupt the party in Payne coun-
ty. CougrCjSKiuun Mpyulrp is nccusol
ot having h'wji plwlgod 10 two uplr.
ints and Itolland wno Is a. shrew J
ami able leader uiudo the contest clu
prior to tho ulectlo.n. It was not iiut'l
liulluml Mail received notice lie w--
tiloiii! in I'm richl of asplr.uil.s that tl"'
opposition asertniued McXitilre w
also backing Holland for the place
(By Associated Pious.)
Koonigsbutto. Prussia Oct. 11.- File
bioke out this ninniing In the Kallerv
of ii conl mine ihcro About one hun-
dred men tiro Imprisoned mid It 1 1
feared thuy ate lost.
Later the men mauugud to make
their oscapo through an adjolnlir;
abaft. Twenty-three men In anothP1
gallo were brought out unconscious
from sutfocatlon. Three succumbed.
Another noticeable tncrcabc to the
credit or the state banks as shown in
the statement Is the tremendous dlffet-
ence In the two statements cf money
due to other bunks which lnrreused
from $711077.00 to H.3U.82I. 17 al-
most double which shows that the
state banks are placing their reserve
wlt stato banks largely.
When the July statement was pub-
lished there were lii'J state banks re-
porting and the statement issued tc-
day. tig of Soptombor 33rd.. Is from 510
banks. Since Sopt. 23 ten other banks
have been authorized to commence
buslnoss by Bank Commissioner
A comparison of the statenioiits of
July 15. lUUlj and September 23 100.
Is as follows:
Jul) Ii. IUUK. Sepl.
... . 1151.313.35 ll.''.'i."S
. .. 1175.071-01 I M: :M3.M I
7.2Ui;.C!&.GX "i.J'f.;7.7 j
fi7.U3 23 'l.Tl.t0 I
152.0U3.7U 170.803.M I
J.UGS.OH.JS 2.3y5.700.Ht '
3tU2'..8ll.i7 jaClSC4!0.0U i
$ tiiu. oatc'i $7r.;"(Mi '
711.077.09 1311.321.1. .
2121G52C.'Jli 21971.1 17 Hi
100359 7o 187.127.:.l
U5.991.70 033 829 2.!
10C.O71.C7 10'(.202U1 '
... 3I)729.2I1.97 30.1fcG.Jri.rJ
U.Cporconl 41.1 portent.
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fesS'JSittafffeir V r v Ai ' ' "L" 1
THIS I'ltOTKCTOU OF THIC BLDB-ISYKD BABY BOY.
T. It. Who 'strikes Bill strikes ri'.'ddy.
1 . i
Fire Chief W (" timber ha served
tne following notice on A B. Beyer
president tf the City Sell ol board:
"You are hereby notified to comply
with Chapter 38. Session I-aws of 1008.
the saino being an act 'To provide cer-
tain buildings public mid private In-
stitutions and places of public as-
semblage and places of public resort
hotels lodging apartments and other
public houses with fire escapes and
providing penalties for the vlolnti n
Tin notice gives the board until
December 1'ilh. GOdaj s as proided
by law lo place the vseupes deemed
tiecessnr.v by the fire chief ready toi
his luHpoitlull. The chief asks for
steel litddor imcupcs one on 1'ir north
side of the Douglas school building:
ono on lMh tho north ami oust hIi((m
or QaplluJ Hill schoul; ono on Mjtli
north unit wottl sides ot Central school
one on both oast end west tildes of
Banner school and ono mi both north
and soul It Hide ot Lincoln scho.il
Several niDinbers of the school board
suite that they do not bein-i the law
Will compel tltotll In put t'le escapes
on the buildings claiming that the law
applies only to buildings cr tw
Morlt high. The. ull(g ihiii Hi"
esenpeh would be a big expense to tin
city and that tbey onn not uffurd to
put them ill IIOW. City Attorney Fled
tlreen has udleil 1'ire Chief (irulii r
t Hcn'o the noiices dechiring I'.iut lie-
hiw aiddled 10 sihool biiilillugs. eeii
though only two story Htructurus
SPECIAL PROSECUTOR IS HED
.loan P. D.iy of Potcnu I. in btuti ap-
polllled by Uovernnr Htoikell ax hpei i.il
prosecutor lu the erluiiiinl churgi
against certulu ofriceis ot ihe lui- iti-
ternntloual Bank of Coalgnte cluscd
by the Stato Bank Commissioner last
summer. T'le count) attorney of Coal
county Ib disqualified. Attorney Da.
will represent the state before the
grand jury wbicli was lu session todaj .
nud in tho prosecution through the
courts in the ovent It is made State
Bank Commissioner Smock whs also In
Coalgnte tcday In couuectlon with the
The following- cases were continued
for the term in the county court today
i lu which the defendants wer charged
' wltli violating the prohibitory law:
State vs. Jpe Zol State vs. Uarrcr;
I State vs A. Uoss and State vs. Chas.
1 Stlce J. W. Clark 'the ex-pollcemau
will be tried before Judge Strang to
: morrow on the charge of selling whis-
ky. This U Clark's second trial. Ho
was convicted the first time and ob-
tained a new trial on an Irregularity.
Oklahoma citv Oklj on i
Uaniol Jonvs a furmir sh eurh old.
resldlug n oar Ncwulla 22 iuIIck Muth-
east of Oklflhomu Cii yesterday after-
ixilj at ociock noi aim luiituntur
Itlllod hl8 vJfe with a te'voli'er sjjtl'
tjicn nhol lilinwir flirough tlie heart
A negro family picking cotton Jn the
field where the tragfdy im urreil wei
the only witnesses. Jones and bis
wife bail fjoorreled over a miiii of mon-i-
she held after hei bunaiul bad
sijuandorod her farm and lilh u ord
lug to u recent st.iteineui to a ii'-ig.
Iwtr JlilK-R lotil UIa tiuilli i t Ii ii i 1
Hould WJI his wife and -.in ibinluns
him doitmutdd attempted to prevent
Special lo Dally Leador
Muskogee. Okla. On. 11. Tho
Standard Oil code booK stolen from W.
A. ldbetter Standard Oil attorney
a month ago In Muskogee was found
in n lumber ynrd lioro this morning
by Cliief of Pollco Poit of Oklahomn
Cliy who had a tilt. He snys tho
book was stolen by a white mail but
no arrest lias been nliidu yol. Only
thirteen or these boOk'S nrg III exist
(By AsbouliilQd PrusaJ
Kaiihrts il.y. Mo. Ocl. 1 1. Citplnln
Stephen c. itugitn. plidejer.HtowurUlii.
died tit. bis lioiue lioreUbtliir. JIBd S).
He received bin iHloilrMlieMWlirinler-
ute army serving under Cleneral Jo
Sbelliv. He si-rid two lerm as a
represeulalhe in tln Missouri h-gin-laiure
He was the fl'-: public school
leacher lu ibis county.
BBYAN BEGINS BAHLY.
(Bv Associated Piess.)
ColumbUH Neb Oct. 1-1. -Bruu It
gau bit srond diiv'i tour of Nvbra i-
ku lit II pe( I'll In Tine H o'clock Hi's
morning :il North Iteiid. whole he ad-
dressed u crowd of several hundred
Special to U.illy i.t.ider.
Idnbel Oklu.. Oi i II -An extreuc -iy
atJilous situation Iiuk grown out of
the prescucu In seal lie.istei u Oklaho-
ma and northeastern Texas of night
riders whose jjjogrtss or luvMlon con-
tinues without lmerruptlon. A report
received here from It tl river conn to
states that two cotiou glus have been
m steriously burned the owyiers hav-
ing Ignored pox led orders lo glu lei
more cotton while the price n-iualu'-d
below 10 ceuls. An iiucpu firmed n-
port states that eight k'us huve been
binned in Tllllrt eouiils
Mauv gins havi' ei'jsi'd iihi-hIIuiii
-iimI f.n uii'i-n ain reiiishiK to haul thoii
eoiluii fiuui 'In- In lib. JJnu.v lu4ila
tingliKuul have boeu hauled uway from
A theory bus Ih-:: udvaiieotl hero
Hi ii the true ivbhjii tor .iloiM'iUg glu i
at this tliue is to affect the national
rejiort of gluuers thun (IecrflsJng the
r. ri .. ebject of seeurlng .1
ralsu iu Uiu prjcu
hurovur members of tho iiarmars
'Aim. havw imiui. tnroui IjfU Me
oalod any kno'foilgB of respon-
rJyr tho ttetion of the lilgln rul-
ITii'ie Heems t bi on iiiiLkilon.
lioUWer that not ail of those inter-
' esiud with thin m.'iious clnu am
(leluUt;d n8ctloiiar)-K There an- Ituu-
Uteds of fanner in r 1 1 1 1 Milioii li'i
havu beoti ridin"! i" ii antral wuiti
llu fonm r veitih b b lm prims ot
coitou ami v. lu n b' l le-v that uo
r-'her peiliul of (i ..n c'un iti liiiuiuii-ut
;hoy are driven to exuwuio measuros
In an attpmpt to coeict- those who eon-
j trol tho cotton market price
I SGIi LEFT
CUBSNEED BUT ANOTHER
GAME TO WIN WORLDS
MAKES THEIR THIRD WIN
Three Straight is Desperate
Alternative Which Confronts
(By Associutud Press.)
Uetrolt. Mich.. Ocl. 1 1. Ixn-al Inter-
est In the world's championship base-
ball contest between tho Detroit and
Chicago teams was perceptibly on th
wane today With throe victories to
the credit or Chicago and only one Tor
Detroit the crowds today whilo run-
ning Into the thousands are wtlll com-
paratively small. Donovan and Koul-
brtolt are tho opposing pllchorg today.
I'lio Dotrolt I'layors and Manager Jen-
nings aro far iiom Taint henrted.
fBy Associated Bioss.)
Detroit. Mich.. Oct. 1 1. Chicago
crept ono game closer to the world" t
basobnll clinmplnnshlp by defgatlin?
Dotrolt :i to 0. Chleago bus now won
llireo games ot Hie series as compared
Willi Iho ono annexed by Detroit tit
Ktlillo Sumniors Dotrolt ami "Jlln-
r" llrmvn. the prouder pitcher ot tln
Chtcngo team opimgeil eaclt oilier
ami Uto latter had all Urn bottor of lh.'
nrgunmui alihough Suiumori pltulioi(
oscoJIsut ball lu all but ouu Innlutf.Mn
the third Siliuiiifrs juisswd two ..Dion
on bnlls.soiiiu or which seemed to Iho
crowd to be vory much Mko strike
lie wn eiiitlug the corners In whirl-
ulud f.iKhloii and an liu-h elllier way
woulo have changed Ihe umpire's Ver-
dict J'ollotting I- i In- m .11 detail:
Chicago Ohet-kanl grouudetl shftrn-
ly to ItosHinan who retired him Un-
assisted livers' high fly weut direct-
ly lulo Cobb's bunds. Schulte singled
to eeuter mid stole second. Hcluilldt'i
throw being very high ('banco sin-
gled over second 0'I.eury limiting a
riue t.iop ami hulding Hchulte nt tblrl.
ChaiKe took H'-coud on u passed ball
which rolled only it fow root bojonit
the catcher ('(iiiglillii nitule tl ulfi
sloi and throw retiring Steiufcldt at
flrht No rum..
Del roil Tinker throw out Mclutyn'
at first and Broun did the same for
O'lMir). Ciawford doubled Into left
Held overflow rrovvil and then took
third on a passed ball. Tinker's
throw omiHlu Cobb at first by n nar-
row margin. 'No runs.
'Chicago-- llofmnii grounded out
Summers to itossinau. O'Lmiry threw
Tinker out to Uossinan. Kllng sin-
gled to center but Brown struck out
Detroit liters took Hossman's slow
gruiiuder aim threw the runner out 'it
fir .si Hchuetor struck out aud Hrfyinhjt
i lieu out id iioruiun No runs.
Chicago Sheokaiil gioundod out
S( hauler to Itossniau O'l.eary tlfop-
M'd Kvers' hot one. but recovered U In
time to got the out at first. tkJillltft
walked and again stole second. ClianOe
also got four balls Sleinfohlt sin-
gled to left scoring Hchulte. llof-
man singled in the same direction and
( hance beat Melutyr-'s throw to ti
plate. Stelnfeldt took second HM
llofmsn thltd on the play. O'Uwtry
threw out Tinker. Two runs.
Detroit Stolnfeldi and Chanco re
tired I'oughlin. Summers struck out.
MeltiDrc bounded to Brown aud whs
an easy out. Nu runs.
Cbleutjo Kliug hit sharply to
Couglilin aud was out at first Heliaef
I er Hire ool Mi own at first on a
grounder Kutuuiers coll Id oot locate
the phil for Sbeckard and th tuft
riekler walked. Kvers drove tha'-bsJI
into renter field wliara CrtvforU
euugbt It nicely. Hi) ruutti
Detroit- -O'Leary drove Brown's
llrst offering jll over Tinker's Uuad
for a sl-igb' Then Cruwtoro StW
slugb-d. but into Wlim-kJrd's tcrrllwry
The ball was fielded sh'urply (lllll
O'l-arv was kept at second. Chance
Tinker an-i Brown (ouferred on the
idtaaflon. while Cobb waited at His
plaf When the tooferrnce as over
Bron yut Hit ball up to ( obb who
bunted ii It foil midway to
the plichci's box and the red
rWnd pitcher wus after ll like a
flash By a perfect pick up and throw
he t-but i into Hti Infeldt h walilng
twinl. liefoi l'L-'iy n a -le'd 'bird
I base and 'b( runnei wur ou CraW-
jri.id look wulia on tin' lilaj but
iwuuent loter was caught itapnJnu.
J Kllng to Tinker. It was an unusually
1 fine throw llossman struck out as
Cobb was lolng In steal second No
Chicago hchulte np.iietl vvllli a
single. Captain Chain.' irhxl to sacri-
fice but popped tie' ball uvP ft) see-
on! base line out e' i.-ach of ttie In-
fielders and it wetn fm a bit. Steiu-
fcldt sacrificed Bo&suiau recovertjis
bis bunt and tliruwiug him out 16
Schaeter who covered first Hormnii
filed to Mclutjn iu short left field.
Tinker ended the inning with a
grounder to Coughllu on which be was
retired at first. No runs
Detroit Sehaerer's grouudRr was
easy for Kvers and the runner was
thrown out at rirst. Tinker made a
film play on Schmidt's srounder.
which he mopped with one hand and
then threw to first ahead of the run-
ner. Brown hit Coiighllu In the back.
The side went out whvn Summer
gruuiidi'd to ('bailee No runs
Chicago Kliug smashed (he bull
through Hummer's legs nud over sec-
ond base for a single. Brown Blnn';
out. Schmidt then hsd tlm satisfaction
of throwing out his Chicago rival at
socond when the latter attempted :.
steal 0'lnr handling the throw
Shecknrd fanned. No runs.
Detroit KHug took care of MtMn-
tyre's high foul O'l.eary then made
his second single. Crawford howev-
er hit to Brown and ft double p1n
resulted Brown to Tinker to 'Ohanca
Chicago After fouling ofr two or
Summer's shodts livers swung wildly
nt n third and was out. Schulto was
retired easily at first on his rcobla
grounder to Summers. Crawford cap-
tured Chance's fly. No runs.
Detroit With tho crowd shouting
remarks about the "lucky seventh."
Cobb came lo bat only to be retired on
strikes. HoHHinnn was tin easy nut
from Kvers lo Chance. Sclwofer'3
high foul to Slelnfeldt ended Iho In-
ning with none or the fabled luck vis-
ible No runs
Chicago Stelnfeldt hit the bail
down to Coughllu who threw him out
at first. Hofmnn lilt safely Into cum
lor Bold and then stole socond has.
Neither Tinker nor KHug could ail-
(Continued on Psge 8.
fitlllttt I'V Agelli N M. (' e'liell (iu-
uuiltit'ed lusi night that tho special
committee lu charge ol the spcehJ
train cartying riuveruor Haskell and
party to the Dallas State fair when-
tho govern'oi ill deliver uu address i u
October 20th. "Bryan n." bad muili-
all urraiiKenientrt for tlie train whh h
will eoii(l.i ot five I'ulluians u baggage
car. Th" train is U ieae here at fi
a. m on the morning of the loth and
will make short slops at nil the prin-
cipal towns ii the rood t'le governor
addressing ihe crow its from the train.
W. II. I Campbell clerk ol the Su-
pteiue court has put up tne gtmrauti n
for tlie train. The party will remain In
Dallas two nights returning to the
capital (ity on tlie -2ml.
fBy Associated IT".!
Now Yoik. On 11 Charles W.
Morse organizer uml .-oiuter of the
Amerleuii Ice (ompuny aud the Con-
solidated Steamship eoiupauy who un-
til the roceut punii ioiiIidHkI several
batiks ruled j jury Hi Die c-rliulliiil
branch of the t'nlteil States Circuit
court today With Alfred H. Curtis
foriiier ptesideiit or the NulloJial Bank
of North Aiuelli'U. ilijise wjh ilidlcU'd
by a federal grand Jury last March for
alleged vlJtttlou of the national bank-
ing laws and eeusplracy. The penally
Is from rite to ten yis Imprison-
ment. WILL CUT Oil!
I'ive if tlie bis Uruicr. mutual in
urumo couiuics orgauUed In the
state were represented at the meetlug
hold today lu the olflie of the state In-
UUiulee i ouiiuiMilulKT. T J MK'umb.
It was ut(;d that the temporary organisation-
J '. Mailer of Kl Utiio. piesl-
Uut f M Itoblusou I in Id secrelary:
O. II Harb'i (Jut brie treasurer would I
be mad'- iwrnMncut at the uet nefi-)
log. wlie i will be helil in this city.
The nioi.f important fratun nl th
session vvu tin ib vi piil f.n ' thut
probablv oulv lo ijl l.e Uinl'idl r mi
panic will ollii to mil' juliiii" f' r
ball insurance after the present rou-j
tracts explie l'w? of the companies I
ropreheuU'd todjy biguilied their inten .
tluu or druppiiig tl" bail n Mirauce
Two others will .itiliue to write tin-
poln ii ued tin n nuiinliig nii in bsb
U tt-r buudl d tin l.n-h nt tnihllieoi.
Tin .iliilu.li i I tin ii'inpuiiy ii ji t--pri-
wuu it lh tin' I now n
The n-uHon unsigned for tie diiteoii-
liuuuiiii of t.te hall iuKiirnuce pullcicj)
HAS TWO HUSBANDS AND
KEEPS UP TWO
ONE EMPLOYED NIGHT
OTHER WORKS DAYTIME
Double Lite Discovered By
Sister-in-Law Whose Sus-
picions Were Aroused
Now York Oct. H.dtiBtaucet of a
iiiuu maintaining two wives iu differ-
ent pnrts of tho cliy aro not rare hut
It. Is not orion that a woman gots lino
the limelight ns tho possessor of two
husbands with whom sho Hvod every
day lu tho year. Mrs. Cothorliio Stroo
bol was such a versatile helpmeet av
cording to undisputed evidence furn-
ished hcroro Justice Asplnnll lu tho
Brooklyn Supreme court whoro l'hlllp
Stroubi'l was awarded a decreo ot di-
vorce from her.
Judge Asplnall wuh satisfied by tho
evidence thnt Cathur!uu lived with
Stroebcl lis his wife nt 217 Stauhopo
street and with Jacob Vtilusso as hla
wife nt Atlantic nnd Grant avonitei
Illchmond lllll. Sho was aided In hni
duul household accomplishments I)
tho fact that S'i'cobol whom sho m.u
rlcd In is'tu la an engineer and works
nlghtB Valusso Is t clerk nnd. works'
m tho daytime
Tho terms of Slroobol'tt eiuiIoyment
forced III in to lcaS'o his homo nl G
o'clock in tho oveulug. Before depart-
ing ho would uat .what corresponds to
a day worker's breukfasl. Au soon
as he was out of sight Mis. Stroubol
would put ou her wraps uloso up tho
Iioush aid hnstuu to itlclunoml IIUI.
where she would assume bur position
iih Mis Valusse.
The 1 1. Thing Valusso wound up hlo
labor at 0 o'clock In the evening By
the time he got out to IMchmond Hill
bis apparent wife would have dinner
on the table for htm She would spend
the night at Valusso's homo nnd gat
up ut ri:30 In the moriilug and proparo
Valusso latt his housu ubout 0:30.
Mrs. Valusse would thun put on hir
wraps close up the domicile and has-
ten down to hsr homo In Vau Hope
street to begin the day as Mrs. Stroo-
bel. Stroobel would got homo about
7:3o. tired and aloopy and wash tho
oil and coal dust from himself. Then
he would sit down to v. moal corre-
sponding to n day worker's supper
after which ho would go to bed.
Tho double lifo was discover;! by
Stroebel's slstur Mrs. Mntty Meyers
who culled at tho Stroobel dome ono
evening and found It dark. Mrs. Mey-
ers called again and found tho house
closed. This time sho madu imptlrles
among the neighbors and learned that
Mrs. Siroubol was In tho habit of skip-
ping uway from home ftvory ovonlng
after her husband's departure and re-
maining out until the next morning.
She Informed her husband and togeth-
er they did some lileotblug
They la in vvutt uml t nil led Mrs.
Htroubel to Ititbmond Hill and saw
ber enter u house theri . Mrs. Mojer
asked a woman living ucross tie
street who llviil on the oorimr.
".Mi mid Mrs VjIumso" replied tun
11-r-Min addressed 'They uro a strange
co'iiile The vvlfeh goes uwuy every
Hlo ning uml remains out all day. t
supiMMc she works soiiiswliere." And
so it all came out. Straebel lost no
time lu filing tils divorce petl'lon
i tittit buaim .... lid been exceedingly
unprofitable lu tlie btate for tho past
two years. l.ofse sustained by tho
mutual companies have boon heuvy
Tho organization dismissed pluui
yet lu embrjo to Migrate the flie aud
tornado btibliiexii fium the hall liibur-
unco feature. The utu'tt wfll be dlu-
cussed more ditinltely at tho next
lueetiug. Under the present laws tho
companies writing nail Insuranco poli-
cies can not carry any reserve I no
mutual cofliianles wUh toe sUtuK "
i uitrn u proirlRlou routodying ihn
d- f ut
These town wen rt preseutftl here.
Shawnee ISi IU-no Iawnon Euld and
(By Abvociated 1'a'ba.t
bintjo. Out 1 1 tan onlght and'
Thursday warmer lu north aud west
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 128, Ed. 1, Wednesday, October 14, 1908, newspaper, October 14, 1908; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc72560/m1/1/: accessed December 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.