Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. THIRTEEN, No. 13, Ed. 1 Monday, January 15, 1912 Page: 1 of 6
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CHICKASHA OKLAHOMA MONDAY JANUARY 15. 191;"
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Fair lonight cold in " i Hi por-
I Ion ; Tuesday fair with rising
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Picture of Senator Stewart is Unveiled
by Sister College Spirit Mani-
fested During Evening
Real allege spit it was manifested
Hi th unveiling exercise of the pic-
ture of Senalor W. P. Rfwart at I hp
Girls' rollers' Saturday evening when
an impressive program was rendered
and a picture of Hit distinguished
statesman who '.vaii author of the bill
which civated the instiaition wan for-
mally presented 'to tlx1 college.
Tin? main auditorium of tins tolleg.-
was well filled with rein e-fiitatlvH
citizen who hy their prcM-nce evi-
denced atl Iiiteresl in the school. The
umsiral program rendered be!or the
Jaddres of Judge Frank M. I'.ailey was
' eserially entennlniiig. Miss Murray
Rave two delightful imiimal numbers j
ar.it Minn Kyttie l'.rownlow gave two ;
f vocal nolwtion hlcli were erected
with npi)lau. MiH Kihel Hunn
head of it.P music depi.rtment render
erl two 'l"ctlon lit h"r onpiiiHl man-
President Moore in few choice
word Introduced the speaker of t'l '
evening. Judpe Prank M. italley who
-ii!ni'l-ili'.ed the audience tor iia i . I.
1'UI Willi a brilliant address. Jtld :e
1 ;i!ey wa .hOien to muke thw un-
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he is a native of M iMtixKipi'i. the home
i sfjte of Sen.nor St'r
In Ii'.h opeii:n r tr.urki J-.i
ry i.aid ti.haie to 'i--
v.ivf m ihort''d'i"rii'!t)n
rf the edit-
) Minili' m us were round in
Die home comity of
where he spent hi etily mitiiUootl.
"It win the efforts of this Oklaho
n:i Mii.d-slpi'l.ttt I" 'h creation
tim institution to pattern after hi jceeded in icis-ing a legislative meas-
home state and the micccs of his 1 Ur which made it ohligatoty for the
) .Oan !
he cause Of the releir.i'eHi
'l'Hili'ht" aid Judge iuuiey
"Senator S'ew.trt grew to manhood
t'n the county in which the ;aie 1
.! of M-islppi Is located 11 i
eo.tntv noted for culture and refine- ;
ment and this ladU'ei over the state j
All educational Interdtt of M isisi"- i
ingrsvtaie from IhU Je-tton ; i
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II' fill US
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f'hii'iigo. .'an. 1
lo has Ud'R
the IT eir old hclfMi
been mis-iug was found
woikini; as a cen.im in
tficr cm-illlillS h'l' Itmt
r the 1 n
I .- advised the New York authoring
to hold her. also Ja.k Cl.'wne. a wail
. .. .I iu .!.. eh.eed. for further
cr w 1 o " i"
4 he police
Note found of tne
. .v k!:fif rh? lett Willi
Voile! a;d h loved t'!"W
( lew ne.
led to uta.v wltn irni.
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t.)lve MrClltiuc (e.o hi 1 u. 1..
toes Ion at the
G'l h' college win nave
haige of '.he progiuir at the incu
of the l'rofessioii.1 tiuh Tu"hday even-
!n. :t the high school auditorium. The ;
recular meet ins of t!i club has been ;
I'lUint of the enter-:
high sch'iol tinig!itJ
posl polled on
until row evening. .
Ml. McClimie will Klvc n lecture re- .
la! on the in. .-retat ion of Ma.heth.
t .1 u o he t!e erinili' 'i ne
1 will he the e;inire o u-
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" cvei'iug's proitiam. Mhs M'-Clin! ie
s Macbeth lei Ital in ('klahoma
t.riiv before the l'!
Dramatic Art club.
early this month nl Received much h;i!s rl.h in ashi's'os ileposils has not
praise as an enter ainer. All of tin j ..aped the cold weather. The mer-
memle'i's of tho cliih are asked to be 1 -iiry there registereil iielow zero every
prepenr. There are several Important
mutters 1o come hefoie the (irr:tm:t-iiou
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particular center of all educational
progress. And it in not unusual that
from tills storm center or educational
imcreKts and pnmress that a man
should come who would conceive a
plan for the education of women and
through 'this channel of education
make the hex efficient in the civili- I
zauou of the world." j
Judse llailey then developed (he-i
thought that all through hisiory the j
spirit of fostering educational ins;nu
tionn has h ciusiiii-u'His relating !
George Washington and Thotnax J
Jelfersou heiueat!ied larpe buiiim or j
money to the found 1 1114 and maimer.-1
avi of universities and Institutions!
of higher 1
u.-'iig. ' He -v.ld how ihe j
liv chrislianizip? the ne'v."
set;led sections has assisted in this j
educational fosierinR. j
"The republican idea of government j
Is one of the biiiuesl educational a- j
'e' O' 'he country because the elee-
' Or mud he educated said he. "Our
jchoMn executive and our mfnihers or
rhe leginlntivf hodie nmst represent
the idedi of uur
people muM be educated in order to. The Christian Stimb-y 'n hool of this
plate the right men in these re'pon-cjty decided ye-ienl.iy morning to
iitile oftUe." ! challenge the Kl lleno Sunday school
Tracing the histoiy of t! Wrtb of t(l Rt- day uiiii-t r!.e ininns
Industrial and t"dtn!rl instrtwtiim-. I M.hw jp i - ;.f i
for women .fudge Hal ley paid ti ihute j district. Three 'point are to he con-
t'ie wcmorT and work of the Miss- j mred in the eon'e't. f'rst iml at-
Isppi wolmiit who first conceived the j (.mam.Pi Seciiir tuial' -ol!eci in and
idea of giving the young wone n 01
!h. s'aie (
ducai ional oppor- I
voting men lor years.
jb.u ked by liriuiu and right who sue-
:tate to (umi.-ii induntr.a! and IC'h-
( nical training to the yoans women or
'the state of Mississippi" said the
api-js..ker. "As Mississippi was the
fjr-it s ate to estaiuisn an msii.u .
of iU kind It i fining that a Miis-
shovild he the father of the
(Continued oil Ps Two)
1 TeleKrmn by I'nited Pres.
Sant.i Fe. N.
M.. Jan. 1'
a democrat and the
j - itM M'tci f..f of New Met e he
elected liy the peoi'ie a luaugurat
ed today. He took the oath of oiiice
! pn'tlicly. on the utep of the ancient
!i.iioi building. Fes'ivlties were par-
ih iiriued lii bv visitors from an over
the west and sou'hwest following the.
Lnr.i lh.is.-v a negro wotiiTtn who
..llemi.lmt tfl uhllO. a luiUcCJliUil W 1.0
wis searching her room tor another j
neirro m c'l'ig In tile i lly nasu.e. 1 at'
': charge against lami a is the Use nt
I.;. l-ee;i"e to H! officer Po-
1 ill em in .Moeeion ni.ni' "- a.n-. .11
il.uK tow n s.itttrr.ay n.g:". i
Harnes was ihe man she wanted to
Maurice P.niitv n n-gro. and I.auri
Jenkins a negro were arro-ieil on
Ihe charg:' of fight llig.
IT'S COLO EVEN IN
Hlo.tel. lOlta. .rill. 1 1. "' '.in nou.e.
ps nme implies that it Is a hot place j
Sa'an's Kingdom a hamlet 111 '.he town
' iip of New Hartford lying bet ween
morning last week and waler pipes
were frozen for the Hist tune in the
memory of the oldest Inhabitant.
I controlled lines and postal telopraph
Senator W. P. Stewart of Hugo 'author ofisys"m of f0fign oount'iPS. he !ias
the bill that established
Institute 3lld Col'ege for
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third tola! number of new scimPirs.
The C'hriHtiMi Sunday
hool has a
splendid record and expects to he vic-
torious in all three points.
Tll(ir We-e excellent atieiid ince at
both of the hnrch servo es ye.Merday.
and two rontfHsions ol laitli a yoii'ig 1
nirl in the iiivi'iilng and a liuii.i'i'-
man in the evening. This raises the!
total number of additions in '.he past
seven niollths to IT.'l. j
There was also 11 large atieiniance 1
at the ( hnstuiii Mission Sunday
school at Ifj:! south jud Si. in the 1 -
ternoon and ther
!I"W lenitling mi
is souse lalk of
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CATTERAL'3 CHICXLN3 CO
TO OKLAHOMA CITY NEXT. '
W. Ii. Ca tet.i! received his Chick-j
ens today from Muskouee where tin y j
won 1 1 r'hh i:i !:.. twi'-ry ?lfw ;
last week and next ':.!-' "'.
them to Oki.ihoiea City to compel" j
wiih some more high br
He wil 'h.eii put them u;i for the sea-
son and supply U uoopter.i w"ii
eggs A-$!"t;iig now Prints :1 ec
the pi he having been reduced from
Home of the Oklahoma Industrial Institute and College for Girls. The cnrollmont in
the Collcce has reached 2G0 and is steadily growing.
the State Irdustrial
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Jolin Alanair'a'-ied 1 years and fed-1
dy llut'lo s aged 17 years claiming t
heir jilace or residence as Norman j 'he. people In bmh
were Iiroileht to Chit kasha Sunday Hide and prol'il.
mailt :id lodved in the Gr -' ' eoiili- i '. . .
!v i:il on the cliurKe of hie.ikin" In.''
10 Ihe-vroreof Will Vincent "at Alex i
riiursd.iy nigh; of last week and i
siealiug worth ol merchandise.
I'be bovs were arrested Satur.lav
.it Henrietta Texas and brought here!
at once. Most of the s:oien goods j
has been recovered. The boys had !
worn the c'othes such as shoes and!
overcnais before Ihev were captured
Sheriff John Lewis Ma'.ed today that
the boys will enter the plea of guil
ty. They are lying In the county1
j GIVEN MORE TIME.
I W. T. Cloud county treasurer
liionnced tiiis liiorning thai ou
S count of delav in receiving the
1 hooks and the continued had weather
j that 'he time of attaching the penal-
y ;o d' hiopienr taxes has heu e-
etnloil until February 1st.
TWO PLFAO GUILTY.
hii iiiMui chiirged wi'h burglary
I of the Huh clo'hing store plead guil-
iv brio!" Jieiue llailey this moriiilig.
Jim T.ivlor. a negro accused of steal-
irs an overcoat aiso plead guilty.
Goi'.i men will be sentenced tomor-
row. . 1
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Advises Federal Owner-
; ship ol Telegraph
Telegram by T'nlled Pre.iR.
WablilnKt.011 .fan. 15.- I'osi ttiasje.
lliichcock who recently announced
that he favored 'government ownr-
ship of all telegraph lines called a:
the White House for a conference
with President. Tuft today.
The sttuenient created consterna-
tion in the official circle it hein
made plain that. Hitchcock was voic-
ing only his personal opinion. Taft
is understood to lie greatly vexed at
For a year or more Mr. Hitchcock
has had this recommendation under
consideration. After a thorough study
of the operation of the government-
ftecKieo to urge trie matter upon con-
gress. "Should this resolution be adopted."
he Raid "I am convinced it. would re-
sult in important economics and in
very materially lowering telegraph
rates that now are exacted. In ap-
proximately fifty countries of the.
world notably in Great Hritain
France Germany Australia. Italy
fpain Russia and Japn government
1 conn-oiled telegraphs now are .in sue-
jcessful and profitable operation. .-In j
many of the countries they are oper-
ated in conneition wi;h the postal
sirviee. . These telesraphs serve an
"reKata . population . of . fl.lO.Oftp.nni'l
tnd in every instance they have been
f!und 10 lie of im inense financial ben-.
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( The case of the state against Tan-
j uy Rrown who sliot his brother Hex
lirown tit the family home near Min-
i co last fall w as caiied in district
court this morning but on account of
j the absence of important wlenesses
I the case was coniinued until Thurs-
j day morning at y o'clock. The w it-
1 nesses who were summoned to appear
wore John J. Brown McAlcster. I an
dy Walker .McAlester Dr. Adertioe
and Photographer Shuck of El Ketio.
'I he Brown case will be one of the
important criminal cases to be tried
ihis term. Rex lirown his mother
and Dr. H J. Gordon were here for
1 lie trial.
The case o: C. P. Hoiliiigswuriii
against M. Griffin O'Neill is being
lieiird before Judge Bailey this after-
ttoou. C. C. Fih'r "f Ihitton Okla is in
the city attending the district court.
No N:li:n Except tmziz
CsnSMjb Print Paper
rUcrJ Palp Free
Washington Jan. l.j. President
Taft has just taken an. action that is
worth hundreds of thousands of dollars
annually to the paper trusij by refus-
ing to remove the tax from print pap-
er and wood pulp.
When the reciprocity bill was pass-
ed a provision 'was tacked to It. pro-
viding for the free admission of print
paper and wood pulp from Canada.
Thiit provision became law whether
the reciprocity act was agreed to by
Canada or not. Therefore although
reciprocity failed print paper and
wood pulp are now admitted free from
Five nations which ship paper to
America Sweeden Norway Denmark
Germany and Austria-Hungary imme-
diately demanded of the I'nitert Slates
the right to also ship print paper and
wood pulp to this country free of duty.
"We have treaties with you" de-
clared these countries to the United
States "in which you agree to extend
to us the same concessions you ex-
tend to the most favored nations.
Therefore we demand to ship paper
and wood pulp into your country tree
(of duty the same as Canada."
Obviously this argument is unan-
However . the president has an-
nounced through the treasury depart-
mei.ii thai a lax .wiii'die collected as
heretofore on ail prim' paper import-
ed from any other country than Can-
ada. The president- advises the Etiro-
pean'nations to nppeal'to the Customs
Court' of -Appeals whic!i it is declar-
ed' is only a suhlerfuse. President
Taft has declared 'he' is willing to con-
ompti-1 cede the justice of demands for cheap-
cr paper. buiviien the opportunity of-
lie' - 1 ;. jii!-! refioe his words and
snow 'hat he Is wiiiiug to violate
treaties with five frjeudly nations
ruiher than 10 give et-n a slight con-
cession to free trade.
The tariff' of' prinr '"paper is to all
practical ends a tax on intelligence
because in this day and ge the great
mass of people receive their education
on public questions through the news-
papers.1 With print paper practically
controlled by !4 trust the price has
been systematically boosted so as to
work a hardship on the prosperous
publishers and to make print paper
nigh onto prohibitive to many of the
small country publishers whose earn-
ings are not any too great at best.
Meanwhile there la pending a bill
introduced by Senator Hepburn which
proposes to repeal the Canadian recip
rocity act Having been rejected by
Canada the law Is dead without being
repealed. Tin; If the act is repealed
the live added section providing for
free print paper would also be repeal-
ed and the old tax on Canadian paper
would be restored.
In the future a member of the Unit-
ed Charities will be at the society's
room in the City Hall every afternoon
from 1:30 to 3::ii) instead of in the
morning as heretofore.
Fifty Strikers Injzired i
Batlle PcIIce Were
Telegram by I'uited Press.
Lawrence Mass Jan 15. Two com-
panies of militia and the local battery
of light field artillery were sent to
the Pacific Mills today when thre
thousand argry strikers stormed the
factory smashing windows and tear-
ing down surrounding fences to se-
cure pickets for clubs. An ammunl-
'.ion wagon with ball cartridges wits
sent with the militia. The strike
leaders today were threatening a gea-
eral strike unless the old wage scale
Boston Mass Jan. 15.- HMD a. m.
So serious Is the strike sutuukm at
Lawrence where 13 f00 mill hand)
went out that governor Foss today
ordered five more companies of mili-
tia to the scene. Others will be rush-
ed as needed.
The soldiers were met by a volley
of scattering shots. Clubs .stones and
other weapons were used by the riot-
ers before the streets were cleared.
A number who were arrested carried
high caliber revolvers.
The militia was forced ' to charge
the .strikers with .fixed bayonets af-
ter the rioters had beaten back the
police and were sweeping down on
the local mills.
The soldiers "finally got control of
the situation after fifty strikers were
The order for the soldiers to
charge came after repealed efforts
were made by special police fo
Hie strikers to disperse. The police
were gioti.iJ utttj ihew !te :i !
vanned double tjiiick. None of t'
strikers were seriously hurt. Mayor
Scanlon ordered out the militia only
when he saw the police were unable
to cope with the situation..
Telegram by United Tresa.
New Castle Pa.. Jan. Three
persons were killed and four serious-
ly Injured this morning when the Bal-
timore & Ohio passenger train tan in-
to an oiit-o suiich Mini c.i'ilUlf i !.h
a freight train. Ail ihe lirmi and iii
jtired were member of the tram
Criminal Docket ia
The trial of criminal cases will be-
gin on Monday January 2'JUi 1212 at
which time the docket will be called
and all attorneys are requested to be
present. Ther will be a Jury In at-
tendance.' The criminal docket ia as
Monday January 23th 1312.
Hiram Roberts Pending T'lytnent of
j .Matt Cook unlawful poswsabva.
! S. J. Tripp unlawful possession. -
j 11. K. Hice sidling.
j H. A. Whi'e conveying 1eer
I Jake Hendricks unlawful pusses-
. ia.tn. OCoi.i.oi. pe.iu'.u imit.ti ttt
I Ot C11M!!
I Andrew Cuiiey woiiildu.g ia iiJ-
J. K. McKlroy mid A. .1. TrSpn es-
i cessive quanttty.
! Town of Alex. vs. M. A. iTii r-
: fusing to pay occupation tait.
j Town of Alex vs. M. A. Uie. e. TtA-
' fusing to pay occupation tas.
j l.ein Ihliih excessive ((iMHtey.
I Town of Alex vs. M. Rrot.hi ft Co. pe-
' fusing to pay occupation lav
i Dick Pierce appeal.
' City of Miitco vs. . IK Ihiiihea dis-
1 1 tiithing the peace
j Dudley !'-- !."! - :;. per!;t- j .v
; m'iit of h.ihmce of costs.
1 Sain Coelc seo'.ns
j Town of Alex v ; M. A. Vir- re-
t fusing to pay occupaliou Lit.
1 T. A. Forbes Appeal.
J Adam K'ine healing and tr.j ;Ug 3.
( M. I l'-l'. Fell? l.irertJf
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