The Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 218, Ed. 1, Saturday, October 10, 1908 Page: 3 of 4
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UGANDA RAILWAY IN AFRICA
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Thin railroad will probably carry President Roosrv" to the great hunting
ground In tho Interior of the dark continent whe ho takes the trip now being
planned on the expiration of his term.
SIXTH SENSE WARN
VTRANGE INTUITION HELPED FU-
GITIVE EVADE LAV.
Escaped Convict Successfully Eluded
Detective Twlco But Failed to
Heed Third "Hunch" and Was
Frankfort Ky. Tho man with the
sixth souse who knows from intuition
that ho Is being chased is to ho re-
leased from tho penitentiary on pa-
role. Ills name Is William Rotiscy
snd ho Is serving a sentence of 21
years having been convicted In Uoylo
county of manslaughter for tho shoot
SNORED AND WAS EJECTED.
Hotelkeeper Enforces House Rule
Springfield. Mass. .Too Abls was
ejected from his boarding place at 2G
I-Ibcrty street because ho snored and
Bald things in his sleep. Stephen
Hello the landlord was tho man who
created considerable diversion for tho
neighbors by throwing tho star b6ard-
or and his effects Into the strcot.
Abis slept on n cot in tho kitchen
nnd before daylight In Die morning ho
began to play a symphony on his nasal
organ. Ho ran the scale so loud thnt
ho aroused all tho sleepers In the
houso and they entered a protest.
Hello made up his mind that tho best
way to stop tho snorer was to throw
him out so an attempt was made to
In tho process tables woro over-
turned and chairs hurled ncross the
room. Finally Hello nnd Abls clinched
in the street In front of tho house nnd
tho former exhibited red marks on his
throat where ho said tho ejected board-
er clutched him. Things quieted down
beforo 12 o'clock- when Abls sought
another boarding placo.
SUDDEN DATH DANCE FEATURE
Master of Ceremonies Hurled Into Pool
by Alfred G. Vanderbllt.
Now York.-Evcr slnco Alfred G.
Vanderbllfs danco at Oakland Farms
Newport those society pcoplo who
were not present havo been learning
from their moro fortunate friends
whnt they missed. It was only tho
other day however that the secret got
If fashion follows tho lenl sot by
Mr. Vanderbllt at his first dance fol-
lowing his divorce it will herenfter
insist thnt tho master of ceremonies
be chucked Into n swimming pool
evening clothes nnd nil and mado to
awlm for his life.
That wns what happened to Worth-
lngton Whltehouse who led tho cotil-
lon nt the Vanderbllt dance and tho
bost was tho ono that put him there.
No thoro wasn't nny hnrd feollng
about It. That Is to say thoro wasn't
any as far as is known. While Mr.
Whltehouse struck out boldly for tho
shore In his now ovcnlng gnrmonts
tho other guests men nnd women to
the number of nearly a hundred
WANTS HIS WIFE TAMED.
Long-Suffering Husband Appeals for
Washington. In an Imposing docu-
ment coverinc 42 solid typewritten
pages and tcoming with reports of
fistic encounters nnd contact with
stovo lids nnd other domestic weapons
a South Boston man nppcnlcd to tho
department of Justlco for asslstnnco
In triumphing over tho temper and
stronght of an amazonlnn wife.
Tho harassed one whoso namo Is
not divulged depicts nil tho vicissi-
tudes of an unusually strenuous mar-
ried life Including four nrrests "on
trumped-up charges" conviction of
perjury heart-throbbing pen picture of
his period In Jail stories of flying Hat-
Irons a disobedient son who assaults
him and a pleasure-loving daughter.
Tho correspondent declares that al-
though tho Iloaton police have Blight-
lngly declared him Insane two alien-
ists have examined him nnd swear It
Isn't so. However he says he really
ought to ho "after such a of a life
with such a of a wife."
ing of ono Mastln. Tho killing was
u neighborhood feud nnd both men
were using revolvers when tho fatal
shot was fired. Houscy comes of a
noted family. Ills grandfather had
seven sons. Of tho seven only ono
met a natural death the others being
sent Into eternity by bullet or knlfo
wounds. All of tho seven nro dead
tho last Mlcajah Houscy having been
killed at Junction City by tho marshal.
Will Kousoy Is a nephew of Mlcnjah
Ilousey. lie lias another cousin In iho
prison here who was convicted of kill-
ing an old man named Riser in the
courthouse nt Danville.
After Will Houscy had been con-
victed and sentenced to tho peniten
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Dennis A. Hayes prominent In the organized labor movement In this country.
A RUMPUS IS MADE BY CLOCK.
Man Tries to Steal It But Old Time-
piece Raises Objection
New York. An antique clock worth
nothing whatsoever as n timepiece
but having n value of perhaps $50
from nn nutlquarlan's point of view
Mood silent on tho mantelpiece of tho
drawing-room on tho first floor of No.
7 West Twenty-sixth street. Tho old
clock had stood there many years
with Its hands nlwnys pointing at
2:2K o'clock. It stopped nt that hour
ahout 23 yenrs ago and had declined
to go over since.
About 2:15 o'clock In tho afternoon
Frank Williams aged 28 found tho
door of No. 7 West Twenty-sixth
street njar. Prompted by n curiosity
possibly ho walked In nnd tiptoed Into
tho drawing-mom. There was no one
there. Williams espied the ancient
clock on the mantel. It looked pawn-
ablo and ho gently lifted it oft tho
mantelpiece and started out with It.
lie got ns far ns tho hall when the
clock suddenly nwoko from Its Hip
Van Wlnklo sleep and with n ratll'j
nnd buzz and bang and clanging of
bells screamed for help In Its horo-
logical way. It wns a French clock
and It screamed In tho musical ac-
cents of France. Williams quickened
his pace but had not more than
reached tho front door when William
Ling tho caretaker of the house
camo bounding up tho Btairs from tho
basoment to ceo what had broken
tiary he appealed his cane to the court
of appeals. While that nppoal was
pending ho broke Jail at Danville saw-
ing tho bars In two and getting away.
Tho man who escaped with him wns
captured hut Houscy seemed to have
been swallowed up. Ho wan iv mem-
ber of thi' Hallway Trainmen's union
and carried a card which would pass
him on nny rallrond In the country.
Iu this wny ho wns enabled to niako
quick Jumps about tho country.
Walter Fitzgerald was Jailer of
Uoylo county and ho and Tom Holm
then chief of police went nftor
Houscy Months passod and the peo-
plo had forgotten that such a man as
Houscy existed. Moro than a year
nftcr Kouscy's escnpe ho wa angled
In a small town In southern California.
Ho was brought back and when tho
court of uppoals affirmed his enso ho
was brought to tho penitentiary horo.
During the year that passed after
his escape Helm was on the trail of
Ilousey and twlco was within two
hours of him. reaching a town only
thnt length of tlmo eftor Housey had
gone. The chase was from Illinois to
southern Aikansas and li four
times and then across Texas and Now
Mexico Into California.
Dining this tlmo Houscy never had
positive information that anybody was
after him. Ho recelvod warnings iu
soino mjstcrlous way. He says some-
thing told him Tom Helm was aftor
him and would come to the town in
which he happened to bo at that tlmo.
As soon as this feeling came upon
him without questioning It Housoy
would leave. On tho day before ho
was arrested Housey said ho was sit-
ting by tho railroad track In tho yards
whero ho was employed. Ho said the
old feeling which said to him plainly:
"Tom Helm is coming hero after you."
enmo over him. Ho fciilil ho went at
onco to tho forcmnn of tho yard and
asked for his pay and also for a pass
to Canada. This was on Thursday.'
Tho foreman persuaded Housey to
wait until Saturday nnd work tho
woek out Tho failure to obey tho
warning caused Housey to be caught
Just at the edge of what would havo
been safety and he went to ths peni-
tentiary whero ho has inado a good
Down tho front steps went Williams
hugging tho frightened old clock un-
der his coat and sprinted toward
Uroadway. At the cornor Ling caught
him and turned him over to a police-
man. WAGES AND LIVING COST GROW.
Report Showing Changes In Welfare of
Worklngmen In Year.
Washington. Tho nvcrage wages
per hour in the Industries of tho coun-
try were 3.7 per cent higher In 1307
thnn In 190C while retail prices ot
food wero 4.2 per cent higher accord
Ing to tho July report of tho bureau of
labor. Tho regular hours of labor pet
week wero four-tenths of ono per cent
lower nnd tho numbor of cmployos in-
creased ono per cent.
The purchasing power of an hour'
wage ns measured by food was les
In 1907 than In 190G the decrease bo
Ing one-half of ono per cent.
Tho report shows that as compared
with tho average for tho ton-yeai
period ot 1890 to 1899 the average
wago per hour In 1907 was 28.8 pei
cent higher tho number of employe!
iA per cent greater with a decreass
of five per cent. In tho nvorago hour
of labor por week. Tho retail price o
principal articles of food was 20.G pet
cent higher. Compared with tho av
orage for the same ten-yoar period
tho food-purchasing power of an hour's
wago in 1907 was G.S per cent create
THE FIRST ST. PAUL'S
Begun After London's Great Fire of
1136 and In Ashes After 1666.
Tim church wns begun nftor th
first groat fire of 11.10 but not finally
completed until 1I08. The spire was
constldi'rud tho handsomest and wns
the tallest In Kurope Haiti to a height
of :.0 feet above tho pavement. On
the top was a ball supporting :i cms
nnd terminating Iu an caalo. At the
west ontl of the edifice were two inns
slvp towers ono of which contained
n lockup Tor eecleslnstleal offenders
and was known ns tho Idlnrds' tower.
The bishop's palace wok on the north
ld nnd behind It was tho great
chinch of grny filars. on the site of
the choir of which Chi 1st church Now-
gate now stands. At first old St.
1'aul s had no cloister but In CMS the
garden of the denn nnd chnpter was
tHkeu for the purposo and the roof
of tho chapter house may he detected
rising on the western side of the
south transept. There wits also n
school for the choir boys at tho east
The Interior of the cathedral was
very spacious hut wns much blocked
up with monuments. Those to Sir
Philip Sydney Iu the north aisle of
the choir near to Sir Francis Wnlslng
hum. and one of enormous slso to Sir
Christopher Hntton In the south nlsle
were there In Shakespeare's time. An
older tomb was that of Sir John Henu-
champ popularly believed to bo that
of Humphrey duko of (Jlouccstor who
was however burled In St. Albnn's.
"To dlno with Duko Humphrey" meant
to wander dlnnerless In the cathedral
nave. St. Paul's was u cathedral of
what Is Known as "the old founda
tion." In churches of this typo thoro
was a dean assisted by canons who
were responsible for dally services
They were not monks but ordained
clergymen each of them endowed
with an estate. Most of these estates
wore in the neighborhood of London
anil the canons their owners lived on
them as country squires. Ily degrees
they nil loused awny their prebends
and tho modern canons are specially
endowed but without the estates. The
edifice wns destroyed In the great lire
of IMC when history records that the
load of Its roof and rebuilt spire "ran
oft Hko water." Scientific Amcrlcnn
Made Trouble for Jones.
A bunch of joung fellows In To-
peka have n poker club. Onco n week
they get together nnd play a little
penny game nt which nono can either
lusoiir win very much. For convenience
one of the number will be called Jones
which is not his label iu tho directory.
Joues' wife didn't want him to go hut
he finally pacified her by telling her
that ho would give her nil his win-
nlugs or that evening' play nnd
would also be homo by 11 o'clock. Ho
played four hours nnd won $1.85. Just
ns soon ns he got homo ho handed
over his winnings.
About 15 minutes later tho lest of
tho crowd wandered homo by Jones'
house. Ono of them stopped under
tho Joneses' bedroom window.
"I'll bet" ho said plenty loud
enough for Mrs. Jones to hear "I'll
just bet that old dog Jones gave his
wifo about $1.35 nnd said ho won
that and then stacked tho other $15
that ho cleaned us fellows for."
Jones Is still trying to convlnco Ills
wifo thnt ho only won $1.85 but she
Is holding out for thnt $t5. Tho thing
stands in stntu quo with tho rest of
the poker club grinning out loud.
Kansas City Journal.
The Cook and the Broth.
"Tho tlmo when I get really discour-
aged" said tho young housokecper
who Is learning to cook "Is when I go
to the public library and look over
the title ot tho cook books thoro.
When I rend 'Ono Thousand Ways to
Malco Soup' 'Four Hundred Kinds of
Ilrend 'Tho Hundred Ways to Cook
Potatoes' 'Eight Hundred Different
Puddings' and 'Five Hundred Oood
Meat Heclpes' I feel llko giving up.
In comparison with all that ocean of
culinary accomplishments still unex-
plored what signify my choicest
cream tomato soup and pureo of penrs
my hot biscuit nnd corn muffins my
scalloped potatoes my chocolate pud-
ding nnd my chops nnd broiled
steaks? So fur thnt is about tho only
vaiiely I have been ablo to Introduco
successfully Into my blllof-fare. When
plain food of that kind goes on the
tahlo particularly well cooked 1 feol
rather proud of myself for a few min-
utes but beforo my head gets a
shanco to swell noticeably I remem-
ber those 3000 other recipes that I've
sot to master beforo I can claim to bo
i skilled cook and my conceit tnkos
Teach Children to Dress.
Tho wlso motner should remember
that children must bo taught the first
lessons In dressing themselves nnd
then nllowed to exercise their own
Judgment grndually being given moro
und more responsibility lu tho matter
until as women they havo acqulrod tho
fine art of being well dressed. And
very soon n girl should bo trusted with
the money to buy her own clothes nnd
be required to dress within the
Even the Hash.
Kmbarrassed In the fashionable res-
taurant by tho menu written In
French tho Wall street man of busi-
"Hung theso frolds entremonts and
hors d'oouvres bring mo n plato of
good plain hash If you've got such u
thing on the premises."
"You mean an olla podridn sir"
said the waiter In n tono of dignified
roproach. "And aftor ward I"
muj j'm 4
Mr. Wlllliun A Itidfnnt will ntunor
iliii'MtiotiM mill r.l iiihl. f I'ltlli: (II''
COST on Hll mibjri In M-rliilnltiK to Ilia
Hiitijctl of liiillillns for (ho n-uilcni of tli'n
imprr. On Hii-inint nf til wldi mk-ll.'tici-
nn r.dllnr. Aiillmr Mint Munufnr-
tlirrr. h In without dnuht the lllsll.'nt
authority mi nil tlii sulijrrtii Adilrrnn
nil Inntilrli'H to Uiltlnin A. Ilmlfnr.l No.
191 Kiftli Ave. (Mtlruso. til. nnd only
uiuinao two-rent Hump for rrpl.
The outside Bppenrsnc of n house
Is sometimes deceptive. Here Is n
doslmi that looks larRer than Its nc-
ttml size. for. ultlmtiRh It measures HO
feet 0 inches In width by at) feet In
length und looks It In reality there are
tlneo cut Horn to come out of those
dimensions uml you don't realize it
when you look nt the houso from tho
street or from a distance.
The general plnu may bo described
as being lull two stories Iu height
with n largo nttlc uml large frostproof
cellar. Those who bullil this kind or
n house for a summer home however
sometimes do not carry the stairway
to the nttlc or pay much uttentlon to
the cellar; bin both the utile and the
collar may tecelve attention after-
wards If necessary.
A good deal depends on the climate
nd the reiiuliojiientH of the family.
An uttln is n good thing to keep u
house cool In a climate where the sun
boats down hot lu summer and it
often Is worth nil It costs Just for thnt
purpose. Then u good nttlc will help
sell a house and all know that snlu-
blllty Is n very desirable asset lu re-
gard to nny pioperty even though In-
tended to keep for n homo ns long ns
A feature of this houso that will bo
appreciated by ulinost everyone Is the
splendid back veranda which really
is an additional living room in wann
weather especially If It Is protected
by climbing vines us It should be. It
may bo still further Improved by In-
closing It with lly screens for summer
and glass sash for winter.
To get tho full benefit of n back
veranda built in this wny tho details
of construction should li carefully
planned at time of building. It is Just
ns easy to set the veranda iiosts the
right distance apart nnd to put them
up plumb with square corners so tho
sash will fit In between us It Is to put
tho framework together In tho usual
hap-hazard munner. Carpentoru nro
prone to -slight tfio rear end ot n
house. They seem to consider it of
very llttlo Importance when tho fact
Is a well built back veranda may bo
made the most comfortable part of tho
First Floor Plan
house and In all cases It should be a
protection to the kitchen.
A veranda like this looking to the
south It well built and the sash prop-
erly fitted should bo an early garden
in spring for such (lowers as daffodils
tulips narcissus Jonquils snowdrops
crocusos etc. us woll as nursery for
tho more practical plants for the gar-
den such as tomatoes early cabbage
and a good many other things may bo
hurried along a month ahead ot their
usual season und tho work attending
to It will bo a pleasure while Ice nnd
snow still linger on tho ground.
Too often tho back part of the houso
Is neglected. It may bo wrong to say
that too much attention Is given to the
parlor ami front hall because they be-
long to the visitors' section ot tho
houso but certain It Is that n good
many pcoplo strain a point to havo the
front of tho houso especially flno while
sadly Jieglectlug tho kitchen and Us
This plan as given Is an outline for
" i ' j. ; " m j . St. tTi)fHii fc.m..irsi
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trrrt mjtrrmt w&4 I
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i 4 (ctir
n splendid house and It mny ho hullt
for n modest sum. ns tho plnu shows.
A ftorwards It will boar couslderablo
Improvement. A good many young
men build houses In this wny. They
put ui u good-slxetl frutiic finish n few
rooms for Immediate use uml the next
year or In two or throe yenrs' time
when they have moro mutiny s;o ahead
and llnlsh the house lu detail as it
should be llulshod.
When necessity requires Hint a per-
Second Floor Plan
sou should build a houso and llnlsh It
iu InstiilmeiitH this plnu has many ad-
vantages. I uin not advising any man
to do (Ills wny. It Is dllllcull to ad-
vise anyone at time of building In ro-
gartl to the way they should proceed
because ciicumstuiiccs differ In almost
every case but I havo seen tho frame-
work of good large houses put up five
or ten yenrs beforo being really fin-
ished nnd the rent money applied to
STUDENTS CATCH RATTLERS.
Spent Their Vacation Collecting Snake
Venom Profits of an Outing.
For the Inst threo months two stu-
dents of the Medlco-Chlriirglcal col-
lege Philadelphia havo put In their
vacation hunting rattlesnakes and cop-
perheads in the mountains near Km-
niltsburg. Thoy captuied a numbor
of large reptiles from which they ob-
tained about $1500 worth of venom
which will bo shipped to tho Patholog-
ical Institute in Paris.
They onjoyed their outing in the
mountains. A number of times they
had exciting adventures but man-
aged to escape mishap. They carried
an antidote for rattlesnake bites but
did not have occasion to use it.
In catching tho snakes they used
two sticks of moderate thickness. One
had a Y fork end while the other had
n silk lino running through guides
nndlng In a loop Tho snake was usu-
ally found In a coll ready to strike but
beforo striking the silk loop was
dropped over its head and tightened.
Tho reptile was then lifted Into a bag.
At the end of each duy'u hunt the ven-
om was extracted.
In doing this a small pjntlnum spoon
was used. Tho operator with his
hands Incased In a protective glove re.
moved the snakes from the bag by
looping them with tho stick contain-
ing the silk thread. After grasping tho
reptile ilrmly well up to the neck the
nose was removed and tho serpent's
Jnws wero forced opon by a squeeze.
The spoon was then Inserted In Its
mouth and pressed against the fangs
lu the upper Jaw causing them to
press on tho poison duct forcing the
venom through tho hollow fang Into
tho bowl of the spoon. It was seldom
that more than two or three drops ot
venom was secured from the largea
rattler. After Its vonoin was takon
the snako was killed. Tho poison was
bottled for shipment iu small phials
and securely scaled.
One day Mary tho charwoman re-
ported for sorvlco with a black oyo.
"Why Mary." said har sytnpatliltlo
mistress "what a bad eye you have!"
"Woll t hero's ono consolation.. It
might havo boon worse."
"You might have had both of them
"Yes'm. Or wors'n that; I might
not ha" been married at all." Every-
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