The Chandler Tribune (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 35, Ed. 1 Friday, June 29, 1906 Page: 2 of 6
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BY EDGAR URL
l ™Pn’ can talie enough aboard to blow
Kronstadt Harbor Into oblivion at one
i f‘rokf- The ,lme draw* near when
I the decisive blow will be delivered
j and the effect of this blow Is almost
| incalculable-it will change the map
J , the world. Our Order is divided
I into committees. Each committee has
I its peculiar functions to perform, and
each is abundantly provided with fa-
cllities for insuring their success.
Twenty >ears have been spent In per-
: eatening boulders that Used vldlmf them° vltfilr110118’ and pr°'
•i,„ -re.. — -u.-u '°K tnem *IIh 'he proper force.
as I The preparations are too exhaustive to
describe, but you will better under-
that many men had been at work in
the place, and had not long departed
1 Why did you b*ing your money so
far South? * I enquired.
-TRIBE OF EtfPT
HICH SPEED SHIPS WANTED
• Because the eye of the law iS upon
the anarchists of the North.”
cWkZrfH-U- .<502 ,v 77t£f
But it was not the frowning walls
or the th
my attention. The floor, which
of solid ston»i had been leveled and
floor of a drawing room. H,°the center, j mcm 1,0^of on^07^" 5°U beC°n'e “
an object of most forbidding aspect 1 th,,!<p mm"'”— "
caused me to pause and 1 stood gaz-
ing dumbfounded upon the thing. It
resembled in outline a monstrous fish,
with the fo; m of a narw hal, and was
about forty leet in length and twenty
I approached the monstrous looking
thing, and struck It with my cane. It
w-as made of steel, and was hollow.
At one end a long snout or spike ex-
tended some six feet, and at the sides,
and. near the base of this Bnout, two
great windows of colored glass were
attached, resembling the eyes of some
huge sea-monster. There were also
two windows on each side and near
the center, while the other extreme
was terminated in a sharp point. This
great iron monster was a frightful
thing (o look upon. It resembled some
living thing, destructive and terrible
Valdermere also examined It with
great interest, walking around It,
studying its sides and its great head,
with the iron bill, and its sloping tail.
He stood off, casting an admiring
glanee upon it; then stooping he
placed his torch underneath Its belly,
and climbed among the heavy tim-
bers upon which it rested.
"I-ook!” he cried, and I sprang back,
startled, for a bright flash of light shot
from its eyes, and from the windows
a( Its sides, and I heard the whir of
some dreadful machinery which had
been set In motion In the Interior.
Valdermere sprang to my side, his
eyes shining wlih the light of n mad-
man, his hair thrown back, and his
long hand pointing to the entrance a
hundred feet away.
I looked, and the light was so In-
tense that I could plainly see the
"It Is wonderful," I cried, "but what
Is It—It seems alive?"
“Ah, can you not see," he said, "It
Is a ship. See the great searchlight!"
and I noted the light that came from
the windows was of great power and
A ship—a strange design for a
ship,” I cried.
"It Is a submarine vessel, and has
Just been completed. With that ves-
sel we can destroy the Impregnable
harbor of Kronstadt."
"Great God, man! what are you tell-
ing me?" I cried, as I again
preached this strange vessel.
oae of these committees.
"Ah," I said, in great admiration, "I
see that perfect system is observed in
the work of 'The Invisible Hand."’
"The system is as rigid as the train-
ing of a soldier, and we seldom fail in
selecting our recruits."
"May I ask how many enrolled mem-
bers there are at the present time?"
• \Ve now have two thousand sworn
members, who are stationed at differ-
ent points of the earth. They are to
be found in every guise, and filling all
vocations from the most exalted post-
-lous at court, from the uniformed of-
ficers of the Imperial Autocrat, to the
shivering convict of Siberia. These
committees honeycomb ami encompass
?:erLbranch of the government, and
’he Ozar himself has no secrets from
our bureau of Information."
,7’"1' do "ot the faithful followers
<>r he Emperor suspect the existence
or inis powerful conspiracy?"
\\lthout a doubt,” he replied, “and
he Is in constant fear of his life—he
hinks only of himself, of eourse-and
the destruction of his palaces; hut he
little dreams of the magnitude of our
power. He confounds us with the Ni-
hilists—the Terrorist parties—and In-
creases the number of his murderous
po ce spies, who make life a perfect
ht for his subjects, who pillage and
exile thousands of Innocent men and
women, and transport without trial the
.? P,e8f. Jew or the un*'ary gentile, to
die In the shambles of some Siberian
mine. Among these sufferers are mem-
bers of "I he Invisible Hand.’ and our
committees are ever watchful. Their
Sleepless vigilance can penetrate even
H>e mines of Siberia or the frozen
wilderness the home of the liberated
exiles. Our committees meet in Rome
in Moscow, in St. Petersburg. In Urn-
don, and even In China and India. Our
members walk in the shadows of the
Imperial palaces; move in the chosen
circle of the noblest houses; and feast
at the Czar’s banquet, waiting—only
waiting, for the voice of 'The Invisible
Hand to call them to their duty. Onlv
one man ever failed in this. Vou have
seen him, poor devil, |n his cell, where
bo will remain until the blow is struck
until the hour lias arrived—then if
alive, he will be liberated.”
But, will there be only one blow?"
I cried, excited by his flaming words.
"I.isten, Castleman," and he
But you are not anarchists."
"We are conspirators, and conspira-
tors against the crowned head of any
country would be suspected of anar-
chistic tendencies. This would cause
investigation, and investigation might
cause a great deal of annoyance, even
if it did not destroy our plans and con-
fiscate our funds. Nothing of the kind
is suspected in the South, and If Na-
ture does not interfere, our treasury is
safe for the time being."
"How long will it remain in the
"We will have a meeting of the Or-
der in a few months, and decide upon
a date Tor the removal of our money
to Russia, It will be a slow process,
so wo must soon begin.”
"Will all the members of the Order
he present at this meeting?"
No. only the great council of one
hundred, and they will mefft in
Chamber of Silence."
"Where is this Chamber of Silence?”
’ The great silent chamber adjoining
this and connecting with the vault."
"Of what does the hoard consist?"
■FOREIGN CAPITAL BUILDING UP
Rapid Transit in Ocean Travel Is the
Popular- Demand of the
M GREED OF FOWL
Among the advantages claimed for
---- 'he increasingly popular passenger
American^ Mnnufoctur.rs JS Z.X ""u.Zl,
| that many of them are showing in
J regular service a rate of speed which
is fully as high as that which they
BROOD OF DUCKS HATCHED B-J.
HEN ARE QUEER.
to Reach Out After This Field
with Good Pros-
Egypt, the ancient land of Biblical
story, is just now offering to the world
maintained on their trials in smooth
water, states the Scientific American.
Moreover, because of their great
Minnesota Man Has Introduced Some
thing Rare in the Game
of trade a field for exploitation which we*Sht and momentum and their mod-
St. Paul, Minn.—It ha3 remained
for an enterprising farmer of Beltrami
Presents many favorable features “f^ -ate speed they areno^ gTeatb'Tf- wTerfow? wlTch ZZZZ ZZZ
T S 0t 0ther ,laUonK- to fec,ed by adverse weather conditions place ImC f™u f he
tive'todavKthShe If D° 'PSS c°nserva-; as the fa»ter ships and their coming j birds of the state and which has ai-
When Jacob usedStoe send h“l ‘he d8ys ' !*y mTi by ^ reKuh,ri' j ^ady caused considerable embarrass-
Sls€S,theemodern°EWau Pr°dUCe’" head" Sh'P int° “ heavy ' Maple Ridge township^ bL
ays the modern Egyptian, 'come here head sea 11 nitist make a much great-
and purchase it; if you want me to er re<luctIon In its
northwest of Bemidji. Last year ho
buy vours hrine it , " ' V~....... ess-trv in ..... -- Speed than is net- decided to raise a flock of ducks, and
will examine It " ° y house and 1 ffffIn_a.'e?8el of «ay_15 «o 17 knots | with that end
--- „ .. He h'l.'s and sells
the 1 ,n the old conservative lines, but to
the energetic exporter he gives prom-
ise of becoming an important factor
if he is approached in the proper way
and "worked” skilfully.
Egypt always has been and still is
a purely agricultural country. Her
i produce Is required by all other coun-
i tries and the Egyptian cultivator is
well aware of that fact. Just as in
the ancient days under the guidance milps an hour- while
~ I E,“3
New York n "' S:'y at Quarantine. hatching out a brood ot her own kind
fvof* V 'ah in!! a ^ ^ °* the slower j ami she was given an even dozen ot
sels of the into |h°w the big ves-j nice eggs with which to begin busi-
iiing well . IIl1he,ia,e.type are run‘ uess- The Jack sat industriously on
nnv tike the hen' trial speeds, we these <%gs for five days, when she was
u-m h -k th e of ths Aniel'il<a. accidentally killed,
lxiurg ‘to aJ„Tn‘PTa8f fr°m Cher ‘ Mr- Saxrud was at his wits’ end as
m I f I fandy Hook of ‘"HO miles > to what to do with that setting of
!. f,_ 6d an average speed of 17.ni , ducks’ eggs.
He had an old Bramah
,cf Joseph he made theflrat" Passage lT covered ' he“ ‘“at ha,‘ been perS,8te“t ,a 8et'
,the world's corn
time he makes
at the present
iD s.even "hours | thing°that"was^"ylltVaround loose"anil1
corner ou his own an(1 24 mi,>fites, which works out
he put her to work on the duck eggs.
raiser Is lit-
high-speed liner, however. Is not
| eraliy sitting upon his hales and hold- in any <ianK<r of being forced
ing out for high prices. He can afford
fowls that caused great
to the old hen, but
the fi i ik I out I sternation
foreign capital has been slow in - _____ .
making an invasion of Egypt, but ,ler Gmsse, and that the Canard .
there in large quantities. PanJ' wiH shortly put a pair of 24U to
‘ knot vessels in service.
shin to on , ----- twin i to Set down to the lake one day. The
- 4-knot Kaiser Wilhelm j ducks immediately took to
Peered Into Numerous Archways..
) now it Is
I and under its influence trade is ad-
vancing in bounding leaps. Before
i the British occupation there were ex-
clusive of the Suez Canal company
and two banks not primarily estab-
lished in Egypt, only 12 companies in
.which foreign capital was invested
Their combined capital can be ascer-
tained, but it
So rapid is the increase
and the hen raised a great commotion
j as her adopted youngsters swam
her of tlu.KP .h„ !“ ’he m""' This was rePpated for several days,
h.ghestth“,eesW o°rCA ifr Pay ,hP ' until Mr- «a'™d' i" desperatIon as
so 'meat is the ,lenf' ‘‘.L* C traVel an 1 1 t0 how 10 allay tha concern of the
sil on the'part of^h‘ ^ ^ rlP d tra"' hen' decided >a tie pieces of rubber
<a .... object lhat we look“oVe” lin,' j llw "h'r1"^11'3 Wh‘Ch WOU‘d
Bed number of 25-knot vessels ■ 1
was notextremely large j AtlanHc^er- | SSehbT.’iSm web foot.
"Chiefly of notes, bills, and jewels
of almost fabulous value.”
^ From 1882 to 1S87 nine commercial '*(P- 1'Ile majority of the trans-At-
companies. with a combined capital ,a“tlc liners of the future, however
J of J,->,°00,000, were formed. Between " J und°ubted!y he of the Amerika
... — I 18,8P and 1891 threa more were floated, 1 the Baltic type, for not only are
In what manner are the treasures w ,a a combined capital of $3 000- ,tlese 1 l.e shijis upon which the c un
of the Order stored?” 000, and in the next four years' the panies de<>end for the greater part of
Ihe> are enclosed in small bags, of number was swelled to 13 new com tneir revenues but because of the:r
,paa‘e*' with a total capital of $30.- a'eadi'>Pas. absence of vibration and ■ anu me trouhl
000,000. After the battle of Atbara in | 'h8“»™ Iaa«thy sea trip which they Z her sere 's
hard material, waterproof, and her-
metically sealed, numbered and classi-
fied, according to their respective
"In a v^ult?” I asked.
“Yes, in a vault that is closed by a
secret lock—a contrivance that sets in
motion a stone of twenty tons weight.”
* You spoke of a laboratory?” •
Yes, ’ he said, "and it Is there that
to swim with her brood.
brood was raised and is still a part of
Mr. Saxrud’s flock.
This year when the old Brahma
exhibited signs of desiring another
family to look after he placed chicken
eggs under her. While she sat th»
hen mused continually on those ducks-
and j and the trouble she had with them
out of the shell they were exactly th&
COUNTRY RULED BY WOMEN
advantages of the Egyptian Held and |,op'.lar wi,h ,he traveling public
flowed into it with a rush. European
: manufacturers followed the stream of
! B°ld’ and to-day the trade of Egypt
j has become a prize well worthy the
pains necessary to secure its control.
! The American manufacturer is
j near me, his blazing eyes burning into
my brain, and his words seething with
“yes,” cried he, exultant and ex-
cited, “when that thing crawls upon j 1,a8s*on- "On a certain day, at a cer-
the bed of the sea. the days of the ,ain llollr- all<l n certain minute mak-
Russlan navy will he numbered." lnK allowance* for longitude and time
I shuddered, "But how are vou to a hundred committees, consisting of
from four *
manufacture our powerful explo- j beginning to take steps to capturt at
sives and bombs.’’ • least a fair share of this trade. Their
Have you established a laboratory ! distance from Egypt and the cost of
merely to make these?" j transportation
Stamp of the Feminine Mind Is Seen
on Almost Everything
^ugbed^valdermere, "the lab- | .haadl5ap" American exporter^but j sidT o7 SlZl™
oratory has produce one article which with the advantages held by American
is tt’nrth llixn-ne,ln , .. ^ „ ..... , * “**
anchor it? You arc now many miles
from the sea.”
"Ah, that will be done. Look at
those great drills," and he pointed lo
n huge scaffold near by, anti to tin en-
gine which supplied the power; “with
these we will dig a passage to the
river, and once our craft Is under the
waters of the Tennessee, we will soon
find our way to the open sea."
I walked over and examined the
drills, and discovered that a great hole
<o ten men each, will re-
ceive a signal, upon which a catas-
trophe Will occur and startle the whole
world, for our plans encompass the de-
struction of every palace and public
building lu Moscow and St. Petcrs-
I The 8reat Kr«>nstadt Harbor
[ will ho mined, and at the signal will
be swallowed up by the sea; and her
navy and her frowning forlress will
disappear forever. At the same time
he mines of Siberia, Including that
ivlng tomb of Bara, where so many
have suffered unspeakable tortures
will lie blown into eternity. Ah. I see
w hat you would say—our own brothers
will he killed. That is true, but we
save a nation of living men and wom-
en we avenge the countless martyrs
who have died under the lash of Ihe
inhuman monster—the (’Zar_who
feeds the Jews to Ihe rabble, and those
| who for us will die a death more glor-
ious than all the martyrs who have
I preceded them. The Czar can well af
ford to offer a kingdom for our appre-
hension. But we cannot be destroved
We are hydra headed."
I w as so Impressed with the perfect
I Rystem of these great conspirators that
I could find no words, hut had seated
myself upon a stone to think It out
forgetful of the hunger that had torn
so long at mv viials.
is worth upwards of a million dollars.
“A million of dollars! how!”
A diamond,” I cried, in great sur-
I es, a diamond, and one that
weighs one hundred and forty-five
carats at that.”
"Where is this wonderful jewel?"
“In the vault with the other treas-
Has It ever been valued outside of
manufacturers in the production of
goods and the superior quality of their
products these disadvantages lose Half
form of a chicken, with the exception,
that they were provided with a duck's
bill and had webbed feet.
They were larger than ducks, but
had all their habits. They at once-
took to the water, and Mr. Saxruil
) was again forced to provide the hen
with her rubber socks. The brood
developed rapidly and were soon
are at work out Iarge’ hlsty fellows, nearly as larg»
Of their own homes Yet ta i as fu srown chickens. One day
stamp of the feminine mind is noon I lateIy a member of the board of alder-
everything American and in manv of : men °f ,he city of Bemldit and the-
the higher phases of culture w-omen Cl<?rk °f the district court made a trip
take the initiative. UP *n MaPle Ridge township for an
Says World's Work: In the Unit
ed States there are at least 1,000 00',
more men than women and only
f on ♦ >> » i. „ J
BIRDS SHUN THE DEEP SEA
in the United
our public schools,
They Seldom Cross Waters of Great
Depth in Their Flight from
One Land to Another.
________ *rank Chapman, of the New York " Oman has been suggested i
"Yes. the most expert diamond cut- I »as been Chicago and the "civic creed" of Chi-
This rule of women
States, begins in
where boys and girls are'educated”^o'
gether and where the teacher is al-
ways in the lower grades at least a
woman. In the great cities the femi-
nine influence goes Into every nook
and cranny of social development. A
as mayor of
ters in Europe have examined it, and
have pronounced it of the first water."
a woman and
by thousands of
I abollt the birds of England, 1 raK° was composed by
I whlch be finds more numerous but is recited every
Who was trusted with such a val ! °f f!Wer Kpecles ,han 'hose of this sehool children’
. .. such a | country. Curiously enough only one "omen compose very largely
Instructed I IZrZZZ iS Common to ! 'n* public aad current
eluded to keep it, for he also discor
ered that the price of diamonds
| the north seas are a highway for them
wa» I G°dwltS pass from the NBe to the
l%TZ?Zo7iTZZeU M a'*' lShelan4ghb0r-
"Have you only made one diamond?" | ' n° (ommon 8‘0ck.
I asked, “and Is the secret preserved?"
Unfortunately the secret died with
said Valdermere, after
a slight pause, "to-night you will meet
Gershon, und when you leave here,
.vou will no longer be known by the
name of your father, but under the
been dug hut was now piugged ! ^ ^ ""
Coroni, who outlived his discovery
only a few hours, and, though his suc-
cessor has labored for many years, he
has hitherto met with failure."
"How will your valuables be re-
moved from the vault?”
"The bags, which are about two
inches deep, three Inches wide, and
five inches long, will
the waists of the different members If is sH'onKJ>nough to urge
our Order at our final meeting, and
ist long or they become the organs of
■ mal! and detached organizations of
Art exhibits are conducted by wom-
en and women hold executive offices
m world’s fair committees. They
serve as chairmen of school hoards
and they torment, through their mu-
nlclpal leagues, the party leaders,
off i . w are notable as charity workers
off their young. Martins love famil- and 'hey have made reputations
iar eaves; successive ravens have built doctors, lawyers, magazine editors
on the same ledge for centuries. newspaper reporters, preachers polit
The longer passages are only made i ‘"al speakers and labor organizers an i
oyer shallow seas that once were ”* •
land, and when once a Journey Is made
outing. They chanced to camp near
Saxrud's place, and while out on<*
afternoon espied at a distance Sax-
rud s old hen and her brood swimming
j along peaceliy in a little lake on the
I The hunters could not exactly de-
ride what the fowl were, but finally
i decided they were swans and let loose
| two double barreled charges of shot
in the buiKh. They rowed out to get
J their haul, when they made the dis-
1 covery that there was an old hen with
I rubber tied around her feet and the
half-breed ducks. Just then Saxrud
I happened along, and it took consider-
j able promises of refreshments on the
I next trip to town before the shooters
were allowed to go. Only three of the
entire bunch of chicken ducks were
saved from annihilation, but Mr. Sax-
rud thinks he has enough left to form
a nucleus for a large flock of the new
All birds, with the possible excep-
tion of the sparrow, are stirred to
movement by different causes—wind
weather, food, the bullying of parent
ar.d other birds, Hints of prey drive
FEATHERS ON HATS BARRED
New York Game Commissioner Is-
sues New Order to Mil-
"Look!" He Cried.
and closed with great care.
"Why was the work stopped?" I on
"We struck gas, and were afraid the
caverns would he tilled with the gas
and cause an explosion, which would
Inevitably destroy our plans, us well
an the vast treasure which is
ks sa I
then are we to remain In tills
chamber throughout the night?"
"Gershon will meet us hero at mid-
night, accompanied by Gideon, the
courier, and ten other members, who
will give you the hand of fellowship.''
As our lunch was spread out before
and, It is
they will leave the caverns in squads
of five, each committee having its spe-
cial work to perform. Some will go to
London, others to Paris, Rome, and
the great cities of the continents, in-
cluding all the markets of Europe,
Asia, the two Americas, and Mexico.
They will meet in Russia with the
repetition. The change of home
then becomes not a fashion but an in
agitators. Indeed, where in the Unii
ed States do we not find the woman
with her influence, battering at ail
Rain Doubles the Mail.
The mail is affected by the weather
according to a postal official, and
women, he says, are largely to
proceeds of their sales at a given time, | certain days in the year. Immediate- fldentlaf"'^™atl°n whlch was ,,f a (,on
ly after a spell of bad weather
Secretary Wilson does not agiee
with those who say that the elevenih
commandment is "Do not be found
out. A day or two ago he had occa-
sion to reprimand a subordinate who
In conversation with a friend
and then the work will begin.
(To Be Continued.)
Albany, N. Y.—Commissioner Whip-
ple, of the state forest, fish and gam.'
department, served notice through the
press to the milliners of tho state, re-
tail and wholesale, that his depart-
ment intends to use every legitimate
""'ans to enforce the law prohibiting,
the possession or sale of tho bodies
or feathers of wild birds, whether
taken In this state or elsewhere.
Realizing the opposition which wi 1 i
undoubtedly meet Ills efforts to rob ;»
woman of her most popular hat trim
ming, the commissioner says that this
department, being Intrusted with the
Protection of bird life, is desirous of
slock of The Invisible Hand.’ Our en-
gineers will soon gather here and de-
termine the extent of the danger, as
wei; as provide a passage for the sink-
ing of 'The Avenger'—I mean the sub-
marine boat. You perhaps recall my
words concerning our inventors, our
scholars, and our philosophers, as w.-ll
as onr chemists, and our electricians
"n have- s,orcd in this chamber
enough power to destroy a Nation. We
have the sole possession of an explo
slve so concentrated that the crew of
'The Avenger/ which will he only four
spile Ay mental excitement.
I now began to look around me, and
peer Into the numerous archways
Which surrounded us ou all sides,
forming entrances to chambers, which
seemed to have been constructed by
the hand of man.
These chambers contained many
and various articles, such as work
benches, tools, drills, chests. chaltiH,
ropes, ladders, and In one of these I
could see a great furnace and bellows
near which lay sheets of steel and cop-
per; and there was every evidence
“Look It Up.”
A professor, who when asked a qttes*
was in the habit of saying;
"That's a very good point, indeed;
look It up for yourself’—was once
much disgusted with a student who
had failed to answer a very simple
even one rainy day the mail will be the secretarv ’and
practically double, and then men will know what it is
nnvp to tfnrL ____ * ... * •
nature. "Never forget the - obtaining results without working anv
eleventh commandment again." said . hardships to the public and the trad.i
have to work overtime to handle it.
In accounting for this state of affairs
he says that women stay at home
when it rains and answer their cor-
respondence. This duty is pretty gen-
erally put off when the weather Is
pleasant, for more congenial
tlons, but if the weather
in ease you do not _____
Slip of paper for you*'' The'Jo ““.i'1 - Monster Tarantula,
nate looked at the -lip on which°M r Non""' °r the steamship WIN
Wilson lra.l written ’ "Keep 7 - ■- i -. “ PP' *hl,e unload'ng logwood
"Mr. Jones," said he, "I'm surprised tb,plr golnK 0,1 * "“''i they settle them
lhat you, who are going to teach, can- f'p|vps ,0 a day nt 'heir desks,
not answer such an elementary ques- ‘
tlon. Why, what would you do if Doctors Want Cash-Fee.
your pupils were to ask it?” PhyBiclans in New York are endeav
"Weil, professor," replied the other, ; oring 10 Inaugurate a cash-fee system
Test That Counts.
"That man is so honest he wouldn't
steal a pin, said the admiring friend
"I never thought much of the pin
test,'" answered Miss Cayenne. " Try
him with an umbrella
your at the works of the American Dyewood
Extract company, killed one of ihe
largest tarantulas ever seen in I’enn-
syivanla. The big spider attacked the
captain s pet dog, and he threw a coat
evei the poisonous insect and then
crushed It with his foot. It
six inches across the back.
"If such a thins; had happened before
I came here I'm afraid I would ha.«
•aid plainly that I didn't know; but
now I think I'd do Just as you do, and
•ay Hx.°k It up ny boy, look it up!'"
and quite a few hqve done so. The
idea was originated in London by a
specialist, who used to place a pile of
gold on his desk in order lo show pa
tlenta what was expected of them.
The Speed Mania.
Millions—O, my dear Miss
Youngthlng, if you'd only marry me
I would die happy.
Miss Youngthing—Yes, but would
you die immediately?—Boston
Clergyman’s Diamond Wedding.
Rev Sir John L. Hoskyns, an Eng-
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Smith, G. A. The Chandler Tribune (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 35, Ed. 1 Friday, June 29, 1906, newspaper, June 29, 1906; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc915292/m1/2/: accessed January 17, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.