The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 26, No. 60, Ed. 1, Thursday, October 19, 1905 Page: 1 of 8
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All Like It
la a want ad
$ end atop wor-
SOME JJORE LIFE
PLOTiTT sxYs Muiy
Witness DeitoSig nature to
(By Associated Press.!
New York Oct 19 Now revolatlons
im duo la the life insurance Investiga
tions. Tho district atldrhey's- office
n u ca'.'cd npjm lav. evening by tbo
l"S'slatlvo Insurance Investigating
committee- because of the tostjmpny of
t. io witness.
s and tlit miajiahioof ail
perjury Is now Slalnc con-
ai rest for perjury Is-powTlalr
v dered by ssfstanylsfVicA
Hand The Sultnoss in question is
U'.eargc J. Plunktyt an uighteu-year
telegraph operator in the employ
fof tho Jtatlonery firm of L. W Law-
Ikjcp .t- Co from whom ttie Mutual
Jife I i.uranco company put chased a
' j. rent d al of Its supplies of this nature
V vtah m ught out in yeStenlay's tstl-
ii un that among the oucbers for
).aitj charged to legal expenses wab
t i.c for 90 signed by George .1 Plunk-
I H a Uontltj was not disclosed tin.
m to lay when Plurikut was called to
il. staid He testified as to his om-
1 loymcpt and when shown the voucher
rC nlod that he had ever sjgned it Ha
jurthcr denied that ho had oyer reoelv-
l that amount of mon-y from tho Mi.
! tual Life or that he had rendered the
I company any service
Mr Hughes asked Plunkltt to write
I'l name lnflnk upon a piece of paper
which re 41. Thia and the voucher
Kero then offered In ovidcno and the
I umllarltj of the signatures were call
ed to tho attention of the committee
i Shortly aJttcr this Incident the sergeant
it arms was sent to cojiuniunlcate with
i the district attorney's office and scon
jIr Hard appeared. He was cscor'eil
to a scrt beside Chairman Armstrong
ta d for a time examined tho signatures
All that Mr Kaud would say was that
I lie had been sumhioned by Chairman
Armstrong ami the matter was now in kg
'I'm handa of the committee and was
"up to th district attorney's office."
Another I'eaturo of the day's hearlnf.
yna-i tno passage ri nrros wnwewi
'(hatrman Armstrong Oounsol Hughes
and James SL Beck counsel for Presi-
dent It A McCurdy. Mr. Beck uo-
cyaft) Mr Hughes of misleading (ho
tiuollo by not following out his lines of
Interrogation to the end and aBserted
that ho dropped a subject before the
witness was allowed to explatn.
Tough on McCurdy.
Chairman Armstrong then said that
-ie work cf tho committed must not be
obstructed Tho committee' ho said
wanted all the Information tt could got
that would bo helpful and the witness
had placed himself. In' the position ho
rund h'mself by his conUaua' ovistve
answer3 Mr. Armstrong said further
that cery wltnosn will be treated with
ail possible court es'. Mfc Hughes then
..r. t-i iin.i AT-fA.t It vkf-ti iiv Hhmvlncr
.w.. whe circumstances Justl-
fed aw entirely dlffurent courso. ndiJlng
tttat evasion would bo hold up to the
c nfercmt It has always receive!
1hor was a tWanqpun 4)utburet of!
ai.nlausa when Mr. Hughos had con-
"! s:.' ..u cLLt iv hv -
. ".mw - - n-1.--- - -
Hi. ""at to clear tue room.
William A Carponter a clerk In tho
s iply department or the Mutual Life i
it a te on pxcollont witness for the com-1
in'fte. if his frank manner and ap
jarcnt doslro to glvo whatever lnfor-A
n .itlun ho could on tho manor uoioro
the coromittoe Mr. Carpsntcr was un.
r.n- thn direction of A. C. Fields. thl
s ipcrintendent and was vgry close tQ
Mr Fields la Ills "legislative super;
x 3lon" at Albany. Mr. Carpenter told
ot how a. house has boen majntalnad
In Albany for seyeral years at tho ax-
ptnse of the Mutual Life Mr. Fields
occupied. It only during lUo legislative.
sesalon and on soveral occasions two
members of the insurance committee
of tho legislature lived at the house
wth Mr FUlda. Mr. Carpenter leased
tho bouse and paid for tho servants
and supplies with money furnished him
by tho Mutual Life. 'He did not know
whether these members of tho nlsur-
arco committee ever shared tho ex-IH'nt-i.
ho never received money frocs
ihom. hut he said they might have paid
Mr Fields. No account was kept
theae expenditures and the money was
all received n vouchors calling for
disbursements for legal expenses. A
bouao has been maintained Jor about!
ten. yea'ra to Albany under these coadl
f 3T " ynm
. n - - A "
tlons but not
McCurdy Old Notknow.
Ltcr in the. day whoa Mr McCurdy
was recalled the president said be did
not know that tbo Mutual Lite's funds
had been malatAbUng' this bouw. al-
though ho did know tnat Mr Fields
bud rcnted-a house to escapo tbo rlsi
or 'illness in hotels. He was assured
Mr. Fields paid 800 rent. Mr. Car-
peator sale! the cntlro wxpeoso ot run
nlngtho house hat bcen.about 13500
The firm of Scwcll & Pierce he tea
tilled waa counsel of tbo Mutual Life
Insurance company before Mr. Plerc
was superintendent cf Insurance.
- M(i McCurdy'a Innocence.
Ho aaid that b know nothing about
a -oucher for tho paymont of $1GG7 by
Edgar W. Itogcra la December 1902
for legal services nor abcttt several
other vouchers for a. similar purpose
dawn by others. C. 13. Smith and
Walter Sullivan lud charge of the ad-
vertising. Ho was unable to say that
the advertising covered Jlio press no
tices. He said ho knew nothing or any
money being expended for the Inser
tion in newspapers of reports of this
i. lUlltTI 1IUIM IIIU .UUlUtll I.III7 111
surance company to an applicant for
insurance referring hini to 0. it. Boy-
mond and compifi. . because tho appli
cation came from the district covered
by the Metropolitan agency was rad
Witness -Id this wan a matter of con
venlonco to tho applicant. Asked uhy
he gave the agqncy opportunity to
make a large commission when there
was machinery at the home office to
care for applicants for insurance wit
ness denied that opportunity was given
the -agency to lnnke those oammlssio-tn
beyond what was Its duo Applicant
tfor Information ho said tlld not take
out insurance nnd they are referrtii to
agencies for the Information doslrad.
If the agency writes tho policy ho said
it Is entitled to tho commission.
Mr. McCurdy tlenleil that ho abolish-
fed free lnnoe agents In the Metropoli
tan district and referred such ngonts
with tholr business to C. H. Raymond
& C-ct after Louis A. Thobaud became
o partner In that firm.
It was brought out th'at Mr. Thobaud
yas in- charge of the. dopartmenjof
agents that handled the exceptonally
P (Continued' on pago' 8)
Professor Sails for Bolnia
- Whence JIc Will Penetrate
1 Suvug'c Africa.
tj' l" niwun. "-i let'
T A nmrtltn1 TlpnanA l.
Antwerp Oct. t9. Prof. Hwlorlck
Siirr of the Uwivorslty ot Chicago
saUhJ from herolOdayJorBolnia- from
Lwflsnco be will po'notrato ' by oarrler!
fftfiTliy'fobi the wilds of Africa In his I
stud' 'X savage trlLea. His tlmo will
be s.ptnt principally among the tribes
ruled by Nombl a king whose domain
is one. Uiousand miles Inland. Ho lias
boon there boforp nnd is l.'ked by the
EdKitrd Cunliffc Who Got
$100 000 From Aafuns
Express Ca light."
' (B Asciatad Press.)
BHdaeport! Com CVt. 10 -BdVv
Oeorge Cunllffo wanted In Pittsburg
Pa ()r tho tWft of ooa hundred and
thouiond man ta trom tl)e
lAilimH Bxprew 0.. was arrested bor
fl 6 8 mM havo nme a clBftn
hi east of the matter to the Plnkertoa
detectives and to baro axpre(Hl a
willingness to return without ox tradi
w sl t
PEGGY STEWART DAY
Is Observed in fialtim'orc -
'(By Associated Press )
Baltimore Md. Oct. 19 Maryland-
era today generally observed Pqggy
Stewart day. which commemorates tno
burning la the harbor of Annapolis
October 19. 1774 Just before the out-
break of the Revolutionary war. of the
brig Peggy Stewart whlgh had (brought
to that port a ton of toa the .mui so
detested at that tlmo by eve;y prtto(lc
It (Ills the arteries with rich red ttood.
Makes new flesh and healthy inc. nnd
women That's what ItoUIter'a Kstky
Mountain Ta wtU do. JB peut. Tea or
Tablets Aalc your Urucvtat.
DEVELOPS AT ALLE
.Gil ENX AFTER CASH-
STATE MONEY WAS USED
To Aid Railroad Schemes
and Pet Politicians.
(By Associated. Prose.)
I Plttsburo Pa. Oct 19. An investi-
!Kat!on of tho affairs of the Enterprise
I National Hank of Allegheny whose
I ttnnra worn rlnfif-d vi-ntnrflnv flillcwlnc
the stticldo of Cashlei Clark Ik mukltls
good promises. Tho developments
have been startling. Involving th-
i-namQs ot sovcral prominent citizens
who have been active In state poH'Ici
According to a stato-iiont ot President
Owenner tho bank through Cashier
Clnrk has furnished most of the funds
nsd to lioat the Santa Fo Central rail
wny. nnd P0nn'lvanlB Development
compahy In which former State Sena-
tors W. H. Andrews mid Arthur Kea
uedy and Francis J. Torrance were In
tereJtod together with Clark. Clark
wan treasurer of both companies ami
the brink was the custodian of their
bonds. Tho personal notes wf the pro-
mofrs are also iui.ued' to b among
tlfu seourltv furnlKhtd the bank. An
drews denies tho statement of Owen
net nnd says he never got a Cent from
the bank It has developed that kw-
orument and statu offlcors have boon
In Pltlsbnrg within tno last few wooks
looking into" the nffnlrs of the Instltu
tlou and particularly. It was said to
'nnkj in investigation of the btatement
rnccntly nindo by Homer L Cantln
prohibition candidate fbr supreme
Jujlge relative to the accepting of
money from the slat- with tho under-
btaudlng Vaai certain politicians would
have i ho benefit of loans.
Thta Cashier Stole Horses.
Wllllston N. D. Oct. 19.--W. II.
Denny cashlor of the First National
bnnk who waH arrested on the chargo
of having received stolon horses was
dlgrhargnd yote relay booausu of lack
of sufficient evidence to warrant hold
inngp DIVCh 1C ACCUSED
How it Works.
Waslilnaton D. C Oct. 19. The
charge of soliciting and accepting cam-
paign contributions in the campaign of
1902. mado against United States Cir-
cuit Judge IUkor or Indiana by tho
Civil Sorvlco ftimmtsslon has boen r.
forred to tho department of Justice by
the commission In connection with
the njforenoe tho commission gave out
an ofTIci! statament of the ease In
which It wns said "the statute of Unit-
atlon is the only dofenae which can b'e
upposetl to the charge "
The commission's statement in part
"The Civil Service commission
through Commissioner Greene con-
ducted an examination on the 2 J ad
and 23rd of September 101)6. into a
charge of a violation of the Civil Ser-
vice act by tho collection of illegal as-sessm-snU
at Goshen Indiana. In the
course of this Guy Bolton a clerk in
tha poBtoiflco at Goshoa testified he
wag told In the fall of 12 by tha
assistant postmaster. Alderman to
visit Francis 13. Bakor Judgo of the
United Slates court ot appeals for the
Seventh circuit; that. he was sent dur-
ing offico hours to see Judge Baker;
that upon bis visiting him ho was told
by Judgo Bakor that It waa to his In
terest to keep in power tho servant of
the party to which witness (Jtoulton)
owed his appointment and that avn if
witness was In tho civil service his
superior would give him trouble In
caso of a chango of administration.
"He was also told'that Judge Baker
.paid liberally himself (for political pur-
poses and that clerks In the service
usually gave nve per cent of their sal-
ary with other statement a along thi
in pursuance of these suggestions
from Judge- Baker Boultoo afterward
paid five per cent of hla salary bolnjj
3 to D. W. Neidig chairman of the
Republican county committee.
Mbanr Croap also a olerk in (he
Goahou postoffico testified that Judge
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA THURSDAY OCTOBER 19 1905
Baker was In the' postoffico tho fall
of 1902; that the same fall tho assl&t.
ant postmaster told witness to go and
see Judge iUkor Just as Bolton had
been told t go and sc him during
office hours. Judge- Bc'e urscd trlt
ass to py mooey for cataplcn pur-
pcacfl and tin- witness toUJ Judge
Ifakr that be could not afford H
Vbereupon Judge Baker said to bliu:
"You can affonl tot do without a suit
of clothea-and .mahd your payn?ent"
H was nrgcU to pay 5 per cent.
Therefore the witness spoke to Post-
master Shorwln about paying his as-
segment and salihthat ho did not havo
tho money to' pay and Sherwin ad-
TanCod hlu: on October 7 '902 $0 for
his assessment which was paid by Mr
"Martin T. Schnur. a clork In tho
pcatofficf testified ho was also sent Iq
tho fall of 1902 to Judgo Bakor and
was In like manner drged by him to
pay money to thcJH piiblloan oampalgn
fund and did pay $20' jnier cent of his
salary. He was Unabfe to make the
payment nnd the r-otmaator loaned
him the amount.
"This tostlmony was presented to
Judge Baker and without going Into
tli- details ot conversation the factfi
stated by tho above witness were
admitted by him to be truo. The Civil
Service commlfmimt hag Tilt some lies.
I tat Ion in taking any action In the
promises but It.bMelt.by ths co.
slon that luuijinuch' a violation by
ers pi Ui.ij clyjl sQp-lcje act occvrrlng
In the G6Mion po'fttfirioe are to be
proceeded against aad punished. It Is
not right that a dteUnctlon should bo
mado In favor ot ft wlolatsr of th ljiw
howvoi? oxillgjl hls t position Tho
chaiVces against Judge Baker liave
therefore been rofcrrod ta .the depart-
ment of Justice."
WASN'T A FAIR TRIAL
At Least Oberlln Carter Con-
tends lU 'Wa's Given
(By Associated Pitas.
Chicago. III. Oct. 19. Charges of
conspiracy among" the nrmy -omtort
made by Obeilin M. Carter who was
conylcied ot ombuxzllug $3000 000
from tho govornmonu enlvon.d 'he
proceedings before Special Kx.miluor
Wymnn today.- -..-
In reply to qucstIonarf Assistant
State Attorney Brwin Carter assort
eil that tho finding of tho court inarlnl
which declared Carter guilty ws the
result of a conspiracy among the of
fleets constituting the court .nnulsl.
"I was condemned ami sunt 'need to
priron on secret testimony st a luiir
lag at vvhlclu nidther mysolf nor my at
tornoys wero nllowod to be present."
said Carter. "That is why 1 wan In
elstant an obtaining a tilsl in a cour
of Justloe where 1 could confiont my
accusers anil summon witnesses It t
oould have met my latheiMn-law It h
Wcscott m open court 1 know he
would havo told the truth. As It wan
he was a feeble old man nnd tli9 gov-
ernment representatives worried blm
Into signing tho statement winch i
now usod an his testimony."
"Why should the government giv?
you another trial after a military
court martial ot three mouths Investi-
gation had found you guilty ami you
woro faorvliif tbo soatunco In prison "
asked Assistant Attorney Gonornl Ir-
win. "Because I never had a fair trial"
shouted dipt iln Carter
TEDDY IS AT RALEIGH
President Greeted by Uig
Crowds All Along the
(By Associated PrywO
Raleigh N C Oct. 19. The presi-
dential train arrived her today over
the Seahoorel Air line and at thu sta-
tion Mr. Roosevelt was greeted by the
same big crowds that have welcomed
him along the line since Ills departure
from Washington. At the station a
special committee of distinguished
oltlsons headed by Governor Glenn
formally welcomed the Prasldont and
party. The program for the afternoon
includes a visit to the stato fair a
speech and drive to different places of
Interest. Governor Glean will accom-
pany President Roosevelt on his trip
through thu state. Amoag those oa the
committee with Governor Glenn aro
Mayor P. C. Graham. Victor S Bryant.
W.A. Erwto. W. T. O'Brien John P.
Wiley an T. B. Fuller all leading cltl-
zees of Ralrfh.
Wardi Off fneumonla.
All coughs old and patmonary flow-
plaint trot ar curable are uutekljr
oured by On Mlnuto Couch Oure GleaM
the phlegm draws out lnrtamriMitlon and
heaU and soothes the attected parts
trtnetbena the tunc wards oft pntu-
monla. Harmless aad plaar.t to take
Soil by C. R. Reafro
jti - w rfrr
i . - '
ONLY WORTH A MERE
MATTER OF $75000
If CAUSES A BLOCKADE
. .'i .ii-T ' .
Mrs. Hoadley Robbed .of
$10000 in Diamonds.
(By Associated Pross.l
New Yjrk Oct 19. A necklace
worth sever.iyflve thousand dollars
was lost o ttnlia Today from tho os
lahllahmon: of Wm. Scheer manufao
turor Jwlr on Itfth nvonuo. Da-
tectl.'es woro summoned and nil the
doors of the establishment were closed
Blij Diamond Robbery.
New York Oct. 19.-T1ib robbery of
diamonds vnlueri nt un thousand dol-
lars from 'ho wlfo of George W. Hoad-
loy nt the Buckingham hotel last Titos
day wlilh air. and -Mrs. Hoadley woro
at tho theatre was announced today
The bell b and waller of the Buck-
ingham ho el have been placed under
RECTOR HAS QUARREL
-k -v - w l l!ff W
kcv . X'. L.onijs wiiiereucusKfrnatjj cummlttc op lntcBlnt com-
With 31 rs Drexel Lead tc
(By Associated Preha.l
Mount Holly N. J' Oct. 19. ltuv. J.
Franklin Long tho rector of Trinity
Episcopal ohurch at -Vlncentown.
whose quarrels with' Mrs". tJeorgo W
Cbllds Droxol have becomo famous
left here today ' for ChlfaJg Mrs.
Drcxol Is tho man support of the
church and did not like the Kov. Mr.
MANY NEW CHARTERS
Cooperative Company for
cern for Watonga.
The following companies filed arti
cles of Incorporation this morning nt
the tcnltprlal suorulnry'8 office:
The Frederick Otioporutlvu Supply
company of Fredericks Okta. Tho cap-
i'ril ulook Is $2Wt). Tin directors
aro: J. A. MCIltra A CrevtIIng.
F. Lodbotier. S. It. Stosobouk mid K.
T. Hawkins all of Frodorlok.
Tho Watonga Gronmory & leo earn
pony of Watonga. T(ie capital stock-
It J20CO. Tho illreolars ury. I). A.
Sniuh and Harry B Mcoroof Watonga
and V R Mcoioof Kansas (Mr.
The Custer City Lumber nrapany.
The capital stock Is ?10.00 The ill
rectors ro: John 19. M.lller II. A
Bamer. T II Lindley F P Slow
Henry llarman J H Pyea't V. K.
Rhymer snd II. II iJrwmaan
Tiirn.-r Vood ouitsuy of tfltawnec
The cspCul slock Is l.0UO. Tin- dl m-
tors sre: T. D TurBer and A F.
Dt chin in it Oklabona CUy. nnd W l.
Wod f i-ijaw.ut'.
Tlie Bntiire klsnufacturiMa compxii;
vt PragiHv Cipiial sUnsk tlob Thu
dire 'tore i re 8 L. Dryd. n. Hliawnee.
U. A. ml't of PraRii. ( ml N 8 Hnitb
CULLOM TO WW OUT
Illinois Senator Expresses
Confidence in His Ke-
clcction to Senate.
(By Associated Prori.7
Washington O. Cw Oct. 19. Senator
tjaelby M. Cullom. the "grand old man"
tt Illinois awl a candidate fur a fifth
term in tbu United States sonate has
urivod am; Intend to now remain in
he vlty with a brief InteirupUos of a
day or two until next June.
He ttJK(dere that hla Ught (or re-
oltetiun is praotloally won. An agree
utent Is gcderttoo-1 o have- been mado
bv blm with Lawrenco Y. Shermau
lieutenant govo-j:or of the state whero-
ty tbo latter will
desert the YotesJOWJ?f w any m
I ' J
TODAY'S COTTON MARKBT.
In bMd !...i..i.wj..ljhjii O
t.Jnl cotton ....... . . MS O
1 f O
OOOOOoOOOOO O.O O O O 0
I'ftmtl and ci!pt the vacant placo on
tin) lMttfte Gttwmero onmmlsaloa
.irovislcg ho President h willing. Gov
ornor Deneen will ksp hla hsnds off.
'f 'P'coJ'that thdtpooplot Illinois are
with me aad . I am confident thatf
stall be returned'" said Senator1 Cul
lop. "I sild four ye.tr. ago that If the
Ftoplo of the state "wcro with m the
ICRlslnltire would r-tIoct m. 1 think
tint IW sentiment1 Uf triy faVorls evtn
strJinci this tlnn.
At. Ine Xiegfnnlns-of tho oampalgn
I anirunred th.il thoro would bo no
scTaTf.hllng'for tho placo that I should
conduct my campaign on aT higher
plans. I still adhoro to that Inlorftlpn
and I come hero to WshlnpUm' u Ire
to work. I shall remain until jest
June with ono interruption'; I snail nt
tend tho- -Installation of PreslUcnt
James at the unlvWsfly of Illinois dur1
uuimth. As 'or GoVbrnor D-
WsltlOu in this campaign ho
willJSJSp His hands bff.. Hi hart said
thaawlJt.'j-'oinitla pjf'rjrjtural ground
nnjlrot throw Jila cntjjrQ strenjjth to
"Whenpsksd about the Shcrnwj ar
rangement. Senator Cullom Mould say
nothing uxjcptlnt hrjjiJawjfeoInB to;
sue IhefiProsirrnt laSm day Br two
aboti' rrub legislation said "otljor m&
)ersA IlllRopdercSlyT.y tl1l
ll'.lnolu n'.lllTcInna that JWnntnr C.nl
dim wi'l clnso tseck a place for Mg
itiaiiuin oi uiiicagQ.anninqr qt prsipq-
Dltlcal tfpotflCifs. 'SiffojiTlHltbrndyt
Tor tho UiiltcxI Stntes wjll bo needed
an the nroiecutlon otfUfUwC8" "f
compensation to lie fl.el by tho
Ider r. AtnJbWti is arajfSUnhar thu
tcr hSfc hTVvdr'b fctf thfo
ilatsui loccMti Jianiliii
Speaking ot rate loglslntlun. Senn-
ilor Cullom snld: "A mfotlng of thu
Ittoa on Into rami"
ncrcowill bo- bti(lvNhvonTbtfrlGto
jiinmUte a ruport u flOnffress aa n
jesiitt dr(lfoirecent folfVearlnai Tho
report will recommend aracndmpnis
Interstate 'commorcb law.
Jiavo porsonnl viows on whit should
be dun; but 1 would not care to din
cus9ilimatethl8 Uroft" t .
SENATOR DECKER VMM
a 1 .illt
Unloads a Few Trenchant
Observations Anent Post-'
SoBator J ft Detl&f W id tlui city
ldayjrcm Pond Croelt. Mr. Dealer
leinphatloally denies that he lb a can-
dldate for the appointment of govornor.
'Iho teiMirl Hint harfbOen so'gqfti
crnily ilrculatod throjigbout the ter-
ritory." sntulthe fonsior "that ('and
my son are contemplating disputing ot
our birslnosH Interests In Grant county
and i amoving to Oregon Is orann'ous.
We are moving our bank and fixtures
Into tho Diamond brlclc block at Pond
Cro.k. In order to havo a butter looa
Hon nnd moie room in which to cam
for our Increasing business. Pond
Creek Is Just now oxporlondng a build
Hue Ituiiu and tho HUIo oily presents a
lively iippeirsnce Two btiok bu'ld
logs' aro in process of erection nnd an
opslera capitalist Is tliers flouring wlti
th people for putting In a largo depart-
ment store Thu greatest activity is
displayed Just n6w lu things political."
U JLfJJfiCif. wJUt silfftUJlux of. Ji
upjmr lip. "The fig'rt for tlie a.ipolnt
nient of a postmaster at Pond Or!. Is
th- all Hlteorblng topic of Inti-rest In
the city Thomas the prettent iiicuin
litr.t wtll sti down and out the first
f Dec cniljHi mid I he (lght
(' A D'w and ISIiuer lJurmiiKli I is
probable thai Tlioiuas vvlll itiipiHirt Dow J
tor ih apixiliiiinnnl as h U oiu' of
the principal mockhlclein In ibt-
ldi-IU' con.imuy .if which ThoniBS la
1.1u I ... -. I. ...... .1. .f
IIIKn llltJKUl t-USIIII'IIJ II nan ni . (
one and half a dostin of Hit- tlu-r as
to wblcb of ilm twu bad intnirrt.l the
greater enmity uf Tliumd bin of lat?
he hag apparently undwuunf a rlmnge
uf heart Darrounh i makimr Mt;r
uoAis campaign and will leavt- rn card
unplrfytnl In his attempt at landljg the
apiwintweDi bat Dow N th iiupjort
cf a st.'ung Itepubllean fan km a .id Is
Mjuaily (leiermiai-d to wctin; ih- ap-
palptmont. Both raws bav bc- n mn-
disatos for Ike position for many srg
uiU tho outcome of the scrap Is being
tJKr!y awaited. "
Senator keener l?ft for bis home
town this at a noon by the way of the
Donvor itnld and Gulf
(By AUK-i!iied Press.)
Wichita JXl. J9 -K-';TetUM
8liupofl tlpt the srMUer port -if the
rrsha l'tc(st'tnitn( Uomvt. hold out
no Iiobc an my itmi U arh aft
fi jiw ... . a
RICH WOMAN (DETECTED
Plead for Mercy is She
(By Associated Press)
NewYc-k Oct. lOr-lntonsti sup.
pruned cltomont over a smuhgiery
exists hcr and at NVashlngton. Tho
4fnpt;lnl agents of tho treasury deparT
mont recently succseded Jn.tofiat.fiil'.ti
valUpLlo dtamond necklaco which w
.sutuggl'-'d tnto the country and secur
ing a Inro amount of customs dutto
"wffSlLtho ovnurdugut tocyaue
Soma wc Mwagowio treasury off!
clalajrr-colv 'd Jnformattoa that a lady
tofCinchns Hv'uB!inNovv YorHfnau pur
chasLHl abroa' a nccklao. fbr which
die jnld $21 '100 and had Hliccocdcd lit
gotlliiglttlm'UKJnUio llnp of baggage
inspectors nt "now rK.
JInr iiianu(nnd residenpo were givon
to lT' ctisteriis officials who went
promptly t work on the case On cajl
rgnt lj J'uo Jfe AVas 'learned that
she bad Rjiio to' Plitladolphla wlier
they f ot Lowed. ht)r. From Phlladalphla
sho went 16 Chicago nnd from thoro
to' Iliston tbnro to New York again.
lt hmiahj lUo q.stem8 'officers were In
close pursuit alio was nnauy iou.iu in
u w.Y.nfif jtlcatr. "
Vticn .ippuiacnuu ine woraan sum
thru th(tiUii(nnOs Intithe necklace she
tho.i wore were not genuine and plead
od to UyOfflipriFnotC publicly dis-
grace her by making tho arrest In the
tluiatre promising to surrender ia thorn
tho necKlai.- she had procured In
('Europe If J'iY would vca! other real
tioalo the ffll!cwin:iinbralnfj .
Thlt arrangptnent was agreed to but
unau th J u'fflcers nolnc to her house
the neSft rcbtnlng tho woman waa not
t-i be founu Hor attorney later called
at the cintim house and In her name
paid to the officials about J 13000
whirh repieuted tho duties properly
ohiirgoabl tm thy Jewols and the add
SI1ARTEL TELLS .ELANS
Missouri Congressman Will
' HVork HarVin1 Behalf of
"I will support the single Statehood
bill In congress this winter." said Cf-n
gro8mn C. M. Shartel of Neosho Mo .
who with Mrs. Shitrlof is in tho rlty
tho gnest it Govornqr and Mrs. T. B
Forguion; "nnd will oxort every infiu
once that I may bo able toward sccur
Ing the passage of tbo bill at the carli
est poaiible moment.
"Undoubtedly Oklahoma and tho In
dlan Toirltory are ready for statehood
and U Is a great Injustlco to deny tin
people the It oonsiU'itioaal rlgtit that
of casting the presidential ballot" con
Untied Mr Short! "The prospect for
the early passngn of the bill never wir
Utter With Mrs Shsrtel and my pn
vale secretary I am now oo route ti
WashiriKton where we will apend the
Appear at Preibyterln Church to
. .-.. ..-.
Til'- tiotrrUUniBi'nt givm laJit evnnie
at tbv Kliat l'ribyUrW nhuroti by ('
Tnnple Uuitr4t- umUIi-J by Mtw Ln
fk r wai w U ulletu'i. l Tha altlrn
wa ry gi.ruue with lis uppbuui "
Micorod inun of lb numlwrs.
Mlaa I.yim UnwnutU; ImpereanaiU"
ipQ bumuruuM readinsn w.-rt ere'lt lM-
i and ahowed
ttioruuffh knowledge ef th
urt ol exprvMtou Hlu rmpjnaed to un
i-ncurr . aih tiro aha aiHMarcil on t !.
prog nun TH quarictie for tha ti.o.i
pun w-i t w.ll bulmcd
IN DISTRICT COURT
Ai itif dlairlet clrlc'a offlf tsday.
I'.iiow.ik xullii were tiled'
Ruth f Oormer . Oeoree Oormw
1'lalntlft irfig far an absolute divorce
umporurv allmen'. a'-ttkriiy fe aw'
for an Injitaetioft te prevent defafldant
from dJspoabuc of praparty
NeiHeO Mathuweon vh Athln. To-
pkn ami Banta Fa IlallWMy aompany
dimivn u4 applie.it tj for lajunetton.
Too lata to rure a ocld attar aofisump-
tlon taa fattened iU deadly grip on th
lunge. Take Pr yod' Morway I'll
Hyrup while yet there U time.
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