The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 114, Ed. 1, Wednesday, March 25, 1908 Page: 1 of 8
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The GtiTHRiE jpaily
CJUTH1UE OKLAHOMA WiCDSBAY EVENING MAROH S5 190S
HE SOUNDS THE TOCSIN1
President Says Time -Has Come foil
Tariff Revision Preparation
Notable Message Sent to Congress by Roosevelt Dealing!
With Topics Affecting lite Industrial and Com-
mercial Needs of the Nation.
(nv ASSOciATrn pnr.ss.)
Washington D C. March 25. "I caUyoiir nttctiMcm" said Pros-
njcnt Roosevelt ill a special message lo congress lodny "to certain
measures a.? to which I jhink there should he action by congress before
the rlr.sc of the present session. There is ample tune for their con-
sideration. Ak regards most if not all of the matters bills have been
introduced in one or the other of the two houses and it Is not too
much lo hope that action will he taken one way or tiiti atilOr on these
hills at the present session In my message at the oporth I the pres-
et session and indeed in various messages to previous congresses
1 ha? repeatedly suggested action on most of these measures "
The President s Recommendations. . v
summary of the president's recommendations follow
( hild labor should be prohibited throughout the Nation. 1 re-
new nn recommendation for immediate re-enactment of an emploxctV
hnhiht) law. drawn to conform to
(onrt. within tlu limits indented by the court. The law should bu
made llmmiigh and comprehensive and the protection it affords
sb uld embrace cer class of employes to which the power of congrc"
....-! 'i-i -vJ... . i..ii ..u. :. ma' tn:n. 1.. o.n.i
wu. in..u. i..v. iiHull .-..uu.u
a fin titer law giving compenron
.U.ttli inclined 111 its service '
t niiceriiiug injunctions in labor
No temporary rcstrniniiiK order should be issued b) any court
without notice and petition for permanent injunction upon which such
rcmiHirurv rtstrainimr order has been issued should be heard bv the 1
tonrt issnniR the same willmi a reasonable time from the date when
1 lie order was issued.
itaiiroati neceiyercnrs. (nAnx
law should be passed providing: 111 effect that when a federal
K'tirt ilc(ermiuis h place a common carrier r iilWlWb1ic utilitv con-
cm under control of re'eenversbip the attorney general should have
tlii ruht to nominate at least one of lite recencrs."
Amend Antl-Trust Laws.
... 1 .. 1111 1 . .1 ......
I be president ays there should be an amendment b the anti-tuisi
liws "In the modern industrial
alii ihm.lv luccssjirj; the aie uecessarv among btisituss men. ihe
an nm ssai v ainontr fanners. Some of these combinations are 1 1 -
t 1 t 11
most powerful ..f all instruments
Im 1 it is the mih effective way of
... ... ... . . . . ' ..
1IIV 17lM.lll 191 If 111(11 "..'Mil I.1J .'11 I HIT. II .IIIHH 111' .1
aim trust law. but that the lime has come when il is imperative to
iii nil t'v it. I "ie MibslatUitive part of the law should remain as at pres-
that is. even contract 111 restraint of trade or of commerce anion.
the several states or within foreign nations should continue to Ix-
Strike 3 Clumsy Weapon.
The president says the strike is a clumsy wcnjJGti for righting
wrongs done to labor and favor a process of conciliation and arbi- (
t ration so far as possible. j
The president says we have the right to expect financial legfsla- j
in ui before the rlose of the session. i
lie says the time has come when "we should prepare for rni-
siuit of the tariff." and suggests that provision be made for collecting
diia "which will enable the congress elected next fall lo act nnniedi
ai ly after it conies into existence." However he recommends that
id pulp be put on the free list forthwith.
He sis ample proivsion should be made for permanent water-
w.i - commission'.
C ft O ' t
PRINCE FOLLOWS ANNA GOULD
of the committee on public health 1
1 1 j sanitation and practice of medicine
The appointment was confirmed bv j
Persistent Seeker for Divorced Woman's Hand and!"iSmSerofwnJwe 01.!
Millions Makes Appearance in Gotham.
New York March 2f Another nota -
ble chapter wus 4tdded yesterduy to .e
romance of Aline Uould. who divorced
fount Bout de (astellano.
lt was the ar-ival from Paris of
Pi nice Hello do Sngan the count's
t miHin foe and old rival who is in
N. w York to (onitnue his pletnrasnup
anil (or tho hand of .Mine. O
Jt would now afii'i'Hi that'
1: lose at bend
I.asi night the prince and Mmo.
Gould wero guekts at dinner at the
home of Mr nnd Mrs. Tyler Morse nt
the Wjoming apartment. Sovonth nve
nue and Klity-fHtli stteet. Mine. Gould
wiio. with nor children is stopping
at ihe Filth avenue Home of Mis Hel-
en tioiild went to the Morse palace In
a limousine car with a woman com-
panies The latter wag veiled und It
roniJ not be learned whether she was
I'riin-e do Sagau wont to tho dinner
ln .i cab train the t'riuee Ueofge liotoL
lu a unaccompanleil.
'I .... ......! .tt .n.lA.I m 1 . A
.i m..iB. Kmji wiu .v .
o ( u when MingJ Ogpid and her
woman companion Ifltt the Wyoming
the recent decision of the supreme
v .la SUww w. ... ........s
to its own employes for injury or j
disputes the president says:
world sis he "combinations ar.-
e 1 . i. ..rc
for wrong doing. Others suffer
meeting actual business needs."
1 .. . 1 .. . ..( . 1 e i
tnnd were drlvon away lu their motor
I cr. The prince remained chatting
j with Mr. and Mrs. Jloiie until after
I midnight when Ho rejuniad to his ho
tel in tlio ear which called for bim.
Lftte m tlitf evening aftw Mr. Morse son in the employ of Railroad for-
bad been convinces! that It was known 1 poration. etc.
positively thnt I'rine de Sagau was In ' I have held hls bill several days
tne city -e consented to see a re- fur consideration feeling (hut the
After hearing the details of the sue
icceaful seardn to
)r the print e Mr
"If you are so sure there seems
jbe no statement for us to make.
At tho tlmo tho iwiortor callel Mine
Oould hsd Just been taken off In the
Moro automohljo. The Prince de Ha irt.i-r and fliaklng It uuhwfut for ou. beeauae nr h kr.nM releaseTisawe t tht Xa 8 "" muulcip! cotgora- hitie i uol-
gau waa in an adjoining room li-Un ihe officer or manager to permit the i ... rSutbrlT thu B.ornii.- 10 bla ' ou 'il''w frr' " lhe s.'.tioM at W.1U
If you vote April 7 yon must reKU
ter. Polla are open The) clow M
day at p. in.
I l?ulr linallhv satin ntlln koutiuwl
J . T "SJ"r W-" 'V. ..
iny ann pgtn orwiu nu powier. sac
ON SCHOOL LAND SEC
TION WANTED BY
Designed for Protection of
Persons in the Employ of
I It) a brief but lirelv session of the
houso Uite mos'litng there ittm .1 dls-
rURaton of rffroee mil No. li hy
tSrfatmlir JonoB. The Mil la a ..?&
IaI mi providing for the loiuv hy the
State Fair association nf school land
' nehr Oklahoma City for tho ter.n of .
I"18""'; "0 ""5I?1 ?.
01 Cltu. Tho onlv otJur terms of tne
.tense ar that the lessee Bhall hold :i j
it.r"r ot l0t 'f(rn en days'
duration each year. PnilMr to 5ig.hl .
tho talr far two yearn will torminnto 1
!the loose and ho htntj reservea the'
..nrfJiMe ll. 1m. I
proVmouts nt nctunl cost and terml-
"ate h0JMC.u a
Murray Raises the Bid.
Murray submitted the rollowlnR
proposition nt. a substitute.
To tlio rirat legislature stnto of Ok-
lahoma: 1 hereby propos for the nunrler
section of school land named tv House
wA (0 le lPnWN (mm tllp stater of
I OMnhonm by the atnte Fair uBSOoIa-
! 'J011 of OWaiioitin. n coriorHtio or
Oklahoma City mid tlmt while 1 have
j a0 Htl nlTe for llloJWIjUo ot
IJawI hut tinovtn; Uk value ro be
simie chij be made annually dnrinx a
'"Y'' of l-f"'"- ' thwfofo. mak
ibis proposillon to the unite of Okla-
TIihi upon poewcsMon IhIiik given
1 villi or without nm Improvements on
..aid land I hIihII pruiiilse to pay and
ohlito' mjelf to piM lt n gotui and
1 solvent bond with snlv -in sM'iirity to
jKlBiarm. ho Hni( to . s:irVr
'annum for n period of ten imrs for
1 siid land the snii'c beioK paid an-
nualh and that If tulwn t 'ii days I
shall he glad to furnlHli n koo.1 and
Hoh-cnt bond to lie nppr.ived by iho
governor attornev general or the Su
pienie court of the stnto conditional
that 1 will pav or cause to b paid the
said sum of $8?8 pnr nnnuin it being
an aggregate of s:i2".ti for the rental
period of ten yearn in lieu of the offer
innde in the joiien bill ot $1 1(1 a yar
or $1400 In ton years.
Defends Mis Substitute.
The aponkor culled 15111a to the
clmlr and apoka In favor of his propo
sition tolling Of the Increase In value
of tho hind that is bound to coin
flc said Hint be wus luteretcd In the
welfare of tlio school children of tho
wtate and not ot some special Inter-
outs. A lively tilt resulted between Mur
ra and Putnam of Oklahoma City
and the chulr reUse.l that there tx- j
ho impugning of motives ot one metn
ir bv another
I JOlie made a speech in favor of bin '
'bill and fv-p a presentation of the
lease from ' j point of vl-v;
1 The matter wab still undei dlbtus
sion at the time of. adjournment
1 Heauth Committee Has New Chairman
Dr. Snelson was appointed chainoaii
the committee and tievetul oheis
1 placed on second reading
The following message as recciv e.i
from Oovriior Haskell
Mp-i' ;; lfos
Te 1 he legislature.
1 "g leave to report to onr hon
oranle bddy that 1 have this day t
Signed aiM approved Semite Hill No
101 tlie se being an act entitle:!
"An act or the prote ton ot pet
iMuguage was too indefinite win rein
it nay iu subxtauce
it shall be tudawfei for any of-
flee- r manager lo ortk-r dlrct or
iu inxiHi. u'Hin vne piudoh onierina tu
.fin. Uix WJ.il the lol.r 1m m
steam pressure "
- T H..... ........
1 wouVi have recooinniattded Koina
lllrf Iroabl thai this 1- In
Ul( and the rcpresenut.vr- of the
mutiuee who uertcrm euifine ser-
u e aie aontegt with the bllll as it
i u nnwv ami . iwow iiuwbhiu ua
Ik awhjast better than myself I
tbarefore gwrov tfcl bill: and
I Howse HIH No 3H8. the eastie eg
j an net antliled: "Au acf defining the
O FOR BRYAN Og COURSE.
O - .
O (Br Aseoejirsttf'rwae - 0
t InatanafKttIs tha? Mfcn.i O
0 inMlana denwcrgla mt in state 0
it expected O '
that the delegate
niter rill Ol
O be instructed for
newer and dtttrai
psr of ohsrlrWs ntnlJ
1R PtC "
At ten-thirty tNT
I until one o'clock
Alvln Wright tho
Is negro who
wait shot while attc
1g to escapo
after robbing a far
veil several weefes
Insane br a Jury in
r district court
today bright ealtJa
twenty No. 8
shot in bis body f
he received medicer
Sntlon and it
1 aaid that lie weat
food while hiding
He wos arraigned
Insanity board who
eonvwieed thai ht
wan ehnrued In the Ab
burglary. The Jury'
thirty mltuN that Wl
If yon vote April 7
tor. Polls are open
dnv at 6 p. m.
(By AsMOciated Proaa
Washington March SI. The Oer
man government has tlrallned to re
ceive Dr. David J ay no
In the ca-
pnelty of ninbuMmdor t$
lewiniftio t'qwer. Te
lo 1IU1 hia objection
na nut ol
tlio visit to Aiirericti 0
when Hill wna one of
terltilnod tho prtneo.
f who en-
Muskogee Company -I
A charter va isst
m tlie ot
flee of tho secretary aft
vie iiiuut!iiun uanry
MimkMtee. Wltit ?W)C
The lineetora ar Tt.
Pnrsel and t'. '. Stover
I or MU-
kojteo; K. A 1'elern and
teusen. of Kt Louis. Mo
(By Associated Press 1
Washington. i t" March 2B--lin-peaclunent
proceeding.! w 111 not be In-
stituted in tb senate against Ieb
hens It Wiley Judge or tho United
States court for China as the retmlt of
elmrgaeof misbehavior brought against
him. A special oommittoe todgy ul
tnlttMl a ronort. wUlch h in th nature
of n verdict holding the Judge guilt 1
loss of bad inoflreL but fimUng him
Kiillty of hlgb-iMiiidf)dneM and rash-
-.- -. ..
' (.XYDL MAITOX GkAIE
FUL TO GOVERNOR
A NEW START IN LIFE
Boy With Career With Faith-
fni Mother Here
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""K"!!' !f "T " :."T" .T.n
nn IhA dinrv nf mufti i iiccfjmnmnteil
hv tlfa - -hn ihnUHh i.i .i
tu. iu ... -. v... .i ...
' nl Bl Cl.tH I h nT-vw Urele
! " m" r T.7 her X. 1 iZ I!it
t. i.... .' ... ... j.i. .?
ix niu .m1v fnu .-.t Oklahoma r.itv
wUj) UnH itBeu .Avriiba for ijj rt
iAV TaT Lou sfn-ahi. rammiu has laat
. T HSai ' hi.? ?11?z!Z.
! (Coninued on Pane B.J o
' Bf M M ft IStJr tifas.
w n un a 1A m
1 bh isiarao &
1 a I Hft I alaScHH
M 3 U ti E Sai? B B B '
AFFECTS CITIES AND
TOWNS OF INDIAN
Orficiafs Hold Office By
Virtue of Section ID
The supreme court today hnni'ed
I uown au important cieciion opnunii
! whloh ia of general interest at this
time as many of the city officials of
' the towns attn cities in the Indian Ter-
' iIIawu tiatM tt i-i -. r n iu ltt rlnlfcKt
as to the coming city elertlon in May
in regard to relationship of the Ar-
kansas law which was in effect prior
to statehood and the Oklahoma Tor-
1 rltory election lnvvs whloh are now In
offeet The opinion was ivv rltten hy
I The case Is that of tho State of
OMnhonm ex rel. Alain Kline vs. Bur-
rll n. liridge mayor of Chickasha.
which eonios to the supreme court on
original petition for writ ot mnnda-
nuw praying for a writ coramnndlng
tho mayor to call an election for the
election by the votera or the. city of
a city attorney city uasassor ohief of
lollee nnil city clerk. Tho donlsion
Is tlial tho prsettt iiu'iunbonta In or-
ftco In the olty of Chtckaabn artd other
eltlua In the Indian Tarrltor-y Hint
were olltes of the first class nt the
titne of the admission of the state In-
to tho t'nlon hold their ollleo and tfts-
charge the otrtioa thorcor not MJ- vir-
tue ot hhv law thnt was f!ar;y..iii
loree in the Indian Territory tnft flf
iM. nt .... u rtr th t-.ii.ii to
tue constitution; that se.ln 10 of the
f.chcdnle to the constitution makes the
office t-H or niitniclpal corporations or
Indian Terrltor that were cIIIoh of the
first clasx ni the time of Hie admia-
Mlr.n of the state Into the Union the
officers of tiald municipal corporations
after the admission of the state uhtll
tlitir su censor' are leciel In the
manner that Is or mav be provided by
It ll rurther liel.i That the election
laws of the Terntoiy of Oklahoma for
the eloi-tlnu o officers in cities of t.ie
tlrst elu.sn extended In foixa In the
atate are applicable to the election
of the m feasors of all officers In
cities In Hie Indian Territory part of
tho Btaie that were cities of the first
class prior to the admission of the
sta'ji thai are v cj for by all of the
city and that lie election of such
successors of km u olllcers may be
had. ir such laws are not changed by
the leglHlature. on the find Tuesday til
Wntle thu riuestlon Has not presen-
ted to the court when members of the
city council can and sbocld be elected
the court suggests that aiucu the morn-
bers of the city council In cities of the
first class on the Indian Territory side
ot the state continue 10 discharge the
duties f their idlltv by virtu of the
iii e nectlon of tie s li dule and since
(heir lerui of office Ih nOi tlxet by the
law- roiine.i) In Ton In the Indian
leruiun Kowiulnu muiilclpul cor
MatioiiH th lr term of office will o
pire when tlieti te.e ettorH are elected
but that there l no provision lu the
i oinititnii ii or In 'he statute exten
(led in force in the ntnte liy which il
mav he determ!n d wbl li one of ihe
I wo coniicllnien from each aard ef
anv nt such cltien shall have a si'c
(fen eleiied at thp general elec-
tion ot citn-g of the first class in this
vear or which one gha!l have a sue
ceHor elected at the election to be
hel l In lis'!
Syllabus of The Opinion.
1'be M.vlliibiix ot ihe opinion follows
1 Hei tlon lo of the relied de to the
i on .1 it ut ion niHkea tlioje who weio of
Ulcer ol lOftuticipal virHiru'ious lu ih-
I ml Ian Territory at the time of the fed
mlsbion of the state the officers ot the je negroe rtgalimt tlie okliioiua Jim
.aid munlclral . orprratloii after Uio't'iim" law ha fill' .1 nie I. ad. ra of
.i d in Icj-lo o' the state ltnat tll(.t. wn . nile pro
i The preheat othcert. of muni lIMuiie( fieel- exp.e mr; their les
flpiil eiiporatlnn In that pan of the on the xiioje.t. iieaiu liuwlng that
'aie loimerly Indian Teirt'try hold the daiket tii.-nl i s ol she (1 O. l. are
fneir repecuve omc an.i niht liarne fur riolII Ua iuuu .1. The negroes
the dutie thereof not by virtue of )ver that .ludj;e ('otteral Is au appoint-
tleition or appointment under aqy Uee of the House ve It iuimistratUn.
lw In force in the In.lau Territery
Prior 10 tie admission of tho ktate but
' ' t'"' "f section 10 of the schedule
- the constitution.
H' the iirovlmons '-f .( tlon 1
he iMhedule lu the rouMtiMiiloN and
' '" s "f M "TH ' '"V fc ' r" vol4
. f" ht' lu' " vl" '" fitni
" "' m '""i ' Airii. WW
1 I i ler e tlou l of the schedule the ivpulll dn w .tin 11 and tre Judt"
Ui th. . ouMitu'lou tli iMKitdatrre bsknew it. w think ilui th legUlatun
; " to lro'Je lQr " tUuwu at
a r'l alftr .
' rbleil w tte laa ntojWhd in force
M vbk' r'' ot the swocesavri of those
O TWO CONVENTIONS. O
O . 'Q
O (Br Associate Press ) O
O NashvluS Tenn Starch f.- 0
O The republican state convention O
O to elect delegates to the Chicago O
O convention today promised to Shi O
O the stormiest in years. A tetlotw O
O split and two conventions art O
O likely. O
who were made officers after the ad-
mission of the atate of the muntoipal
corporations whose exts tones was con-
tinued by MM section.
6. The act of the legislature enti-
tled "An at amending sections 1 6
6 of article 1 chapter 14 of an act
providing for the Incorporation and
government of cities of the first class
of the Statues of Oklahoma of 1898
amending section 1 of article 1 of
chapter 6 of the "Cession Laws of Ok-
iRbcma of 1897 entitled 'An act
amending sections 7 and 8 of article
1. chapter 14 of an act entitled 'An
act providing for the incorporation
and government of cities of the first
clajta. Statutes of Oklahoma 1808;'
providing for the Incorporation and
government of cities o fthe ftrst class
and declaring an emergency.'1 approv
ed February ae. li1. doeB not change
the time of election of the successors
of onicors of cities of tho first class in
I the Irtrtlan Territory part of the stale
l from the lime at which the election of
j suob successors will oe:ur tinder the
provisions of section 10 of the sched-
ule and the Iawb extended In force In
Habeas Corpus Donled.
The habeas corpus application of
James Stevens from the district. court
of Qarvln county was denlel by the
state supreme coutl tdlny in an opin
ion by Justico Kane. Steveus was In
dieted on the charge of murder for
the killing of I V. Carthy last fall
and when nrraigued before Judge
Townsend of the Southern Federal dis-
trict or the Imilan Territory his bail
was Used at $5000 which he could not
give. When Judge McMllllan took tho
bench he vacated the order fitevons
uow claims he can give bail and asked
the supreme court to ro-lnstato tho
order made by Judge TowusenW The
syllnous of the ourt follows:
1. The burden of prcof rests upon
a party who allege a former adjudi-
cation.' 2. The record entry of a Judgment
is indis-pensable to prove tho evidence
of It when it l made tlio basis of a
claim or defonae in another court.
3. wiieio a person It) custody al-
leges in hi petit loft U k writ of-lut-beas
corpus In the supreme court that
aunt her court of oomnaUwjL JurtSiUo-
tleii bas inijde an order granting him
1 oau o.tii- lnaicimeni ror a rapnai oi
1 fnse. an'l the cldence on 'he hear'
'" shos that no such oidei was
ever entered of tecoiM ln the office of
the olei-k of the court alleKid to have
Kianl'"l the t.ame there Ih a failure of
uroor on the part of the petlti. nor to
anrt his application tor the win dmuid
In the a. e of F llnrn v - t-ueel
In (Vie it 11 1 a'ipeal fiom Oklahoma
'ount) the Hiipienie eo' rt toduv rever
nes tho dech 1011 nf the lower court.
The rase Invlvet the powei of attor
ney clause in uttering Judgment
The opinion of tho 01 rt in written
by Chief Justice WUllanu.. who does
l) I push ui'Oii (he legality of the
jiulxment under the Ohio law bt
holds that the judgment rendered by
the lower court was volt.
The plaintiff executed to the defen-
dabt in Ohio a note In tOO-t and un-
der the power of attorney clause. The
defendant went into the courts th0rt
aad confessed judgraeut through his
attorney utter he ha J removed to Ok-
lahoma. The plaintiff then tiled suit
in Oklahoma to re-over on the Ohio
Judgment which the lower court held
he had a right to d o The supreme
court holds such a judgment to be
void under the laws of thin state.
Ryllabix of the opinion follows:
1 Win re the question arises an to
vliat lawu ure in fort e In another atate
or terriiot) ami the name are neither
f'outlnud on Page Four)
Local Leaders of Race Scornfully Declare "We Expected
Nothing Else From Federal Appointee"
The decision of Federal Judge t'ot-
teral at Oklahoma Pin In ili. i .mi' nf
Snd blllt that a niati ilote to the pretd
dent lief'l not be cxjieited to Im- 1
friend of Hit ir l.n e
Koine ol ilu pt 1.-01 . Inlcinrwed a'--
Ipioiionm .1 in tin 1 ciiiin .111.1 1101 .1
few pi. st ttt o.ilmi itr.ru tin had
little to hope (01 lioiu Ihe itduuiiiatra-
11 st on
Dr. A (' J.ukrfon "It as a vr
weak di ' Itdon "
Hobeit KKkiei-totl l! ill Mtaud as
ttxed. Jim (iow U heie to say for
ahouU so a p ti.nh-i to plvfcekow It t UftcesstltutlaWl'
lttV G. WeUMJwdge CoUwal has not
a. V I'ortwood "The case will have
j be reaubmittud and learguwl before
DAVIS BILL NOW BEING
FOR THE VOX POPUL!
Provisions Designed Safe-
guard Rights of People in
Tho oponlng hour of th aonato this
morning wh devoted to the disposing
of tho routlno work that the commit-
toe of the whoto might take Up and
coiistuor mo heavy gotiornl and special
No. 234 by Tr-ittias portalnliig to
the disposition of taxes and property
ln thu vdl counties was made a
special order on motion of Agec for
tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock.
Consideration of tho Franklin IJIlt
No. 81a wub had Tor a few moments
and It was drlftod abend two days on
The Davis Mandatory Primary Bill. .
Senate BUI No. 1C8 botng tho Davis
mandatory primary olectton bill and
containing 60 saijtlons in tho first artl
elo nine ln tho second was brought
up for consideration. Senator Roddlo
in the chair and forcing tho body to
Tho bill is long and doscrlbot
minutely the process ot holding prim-
aries prescribing power and duty ot
Amendment ware ottcrod In profu-
sion U1" aoaato finally- agroeint to thor
aellotntmont of it ootnmlttuo ot'flvo to
revise SooUons i I 5 ami C; Mr. Hod
dltf appeTnttng Btnitb Davis; Stewart
Taylor ami IVIlllairie.
Sotwtor Thomas gave notlco ho
would Introduce u substitute section
at tho proper tlmo rolutlvo to the
primaries; Srhntor Davis wiylng that
If the substitute contained the matters
set forth in the Thomas statetaont he
- v01Ja wcopl whout a8bate or
1 Th var(ous romimlWo mmt wero
voluminous and the majority ware
.ruvoratde to the matters undur con
No .1 . by Hatchett. requiring re-
luoval of all probate cases to the court
ol the - ouuty where same properly bo-
long ::o ;uo. by ICes amending Articlo
25 ( 'hapter 25 of the statutes of OkUv-
homa 1893 entitled "Crimes and
punish meat" giving one yonr in coun-
ty jail und not more than $1000 tor
libel shinder or mtsstntouiani ot pliy
No. 317 by Stnlth nnUiorUlntj dls
trict and county courts and clerks and
Justice of tho peace to Jssuo writ pt
sequestration for the pretention of
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a Sta-able court to say the least"
John Matthews "He played the
baby act: he decided nothing but
sdinply played with tc black folks be-
cause he ( ould."
George Chad wick "Could OXXeit
uothing Ijetter from him."
logan Cautpbell "Not id all Btt
fled with the decision; he is neither
'rish f Itibll nor fowl ' "
ijcwjer h F (jrrett "I think M-
Cl)lltl4l Is it V4VVrd."
lu S'tii Neal "He ia a govern
tneiit apjMniite-. not au elected judge.
hi IK e the .! cisfoil."
lt v v rinckney "Jt was not
onh 'initiating to the negro but an
tusuit to bi uiatihood if 8Uoh l ae
curded him in free Ainerlsa."
lr 11 V t'onrad- H is dfaap)nii
ing uuit un-itUfutrxiry but I blle.'
that the Judge it honestly groping tor
1 light uud that tue final deeteion will
more than aton- for the delay "
j Hev S l.vunb--"Judge CotUrai
. . r .
I (Conmued nn Pa's 5-)
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