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Muskogee Times Democrat (Newspaper) - December 12, 1912, Muskogee, Oklahoma CITY EDITOS MUSKOGEE THURSDAY DECEMBER 12, 1912 PRICE FIVE Was Allotted to Them By the Government Against Their WIS and They Have Never Seen Blen Scouring Deep Fork Canadian Hills or Indians Tf Hargo or as he Is batter known of the Indiana Is alive and In flesh and acquainting with the condition of the of his ho must feel glad over the fact that tho government saw fit to | to tho Snakes all of that land In located tn To put It In form Providence has taken In 1 hand the destinies of the unfortunate and for the land In section seventeen which absolutely i forced on the Snakes and which they I never really accepted or seen has i turned out to he the beat producing nil land In Oklahoma at a time is mounting skyward and oil gushers are brought In dally and not a dry hole is being found In the on This land was forced o Snakes after they had declined to accept any from Insisting with their chief Chitto that all I ho land In the Creek nation was to he held hy tho In common and they were tn permitted to roam about at their own free This land was allotted tn them a hauls nf two dollars per acre and each member won Riven 160 Big Cash J Wednesday the department nf the Interior on the recommendation of Dan H. Kelsey approved a made hy a Snake court of county on a basis of 16200 In cash oh 11 and tho usual royalty of nf tho The linnus alone amounts to acre nnd this Is only for thP lease rights for oil nnd gne The lease Is hut a sample nf the amount of bonus money that the Snakes and no one can estimate what they will In tho way of The paid In for en BREWER And Fleming Said to Be Slated for Good Federal Jobs in Muskogee Under Senator Owen's Recom MATCHES 000000000000030 o o 0 TO TALK PARK O O h. Dei 1l.ult regent of I here Tho prince hud noon in falling f i death 0 Is Invited ni 0 imil tho muse meeting nf tho 0 ' lull at 0 hull and 0 park Issue nf I h ii ho ' h. PRINCE was and bad I hod a long and useful as a Herman adov lion ho In i-a I led upon mUo t lie throne nf set largest state in tho His tn the regency was tho nf th. King ami brother King otto hint devoted himself 11 rely duties mul unfamiliar with mirt inn ho wan highly regarded in tho nf Europe and ho took up his now duties conscientiously with endeavor He won a firm place In tho hoar to his who became smm fo him although this was not at ill to the liking nf Tho old fashioned I am not your bo frequently remarked with military man's gruff show of am only tho hlR the O o o o o c o o o o o o o I 7tl O O I 0 V regular has G and good | 0 The Hill 0 ii at t HOUSE Entertains a Resolution Which Would Prohibit Marriage of Whites and Negroes In the New York Stock Tell How Millions are Loaned Over the That a Fixed Rate of Interest Would Keep Money in the Country Banks AT WHICH TUB RECORDS or ARE BEING GUARDED BY 100 ARMED MEN Tn Tn THE TN HKW John W. D. r. Dec 12. creation of on additional federal court district having jurisdiction over the entire state of an provided the recently by Senator of is bringing out many candidates for the Judgeship D. of in .mo the first applicants to arrive in Washington and although the has not as yet even been reported bv the senate committee on the Judiciary a number of prominent Oklahoma lawyers have been mentioned In connection with the Mr Is upon the Influence of Senator Owen to land on the federal Mr. It Is mny he satisfied with accepting the United States attorneyship for the eastern district of Oklahoma In case he finds he has no show for the federal A member nf the Oklahoma delegation today expressed the opinion that the court might be endangered If a row started prematurely over the appointment of a Gossip here has It that O H. P. of Muskogee has been selected by Senator Owen to succeed 8. Orant Victor as V. B. marshal of eastern district of Senator Owen Is also untd to favor the of Earl one nf the city commissioners nf as postmaster at which Is the second best office Takes Another Fling at the State Four More pointed 12.-Great Is being suffered by many of the minors among the Indians of as a result of exorbitantly costly administration of the funds of the minors by professional to a report mads today to Secretary of tho by L. Mott of national attorney for the Creek tribe of Indians of Immediately sent copies of the report to all members of the senate and house Indian affairs to members of the Oklahoma delegation and to others Interested In Indian affairs Mr. Mott showed that In Individual eases by the cost of administering the estates of minor Indians was more than ft per cent of the money and numerous cases from court records where the cost ranged 50 to 76 per cent. As a Mr. Mott suggested tho appointment of four attorneys to render free legal service In selecting proper guardians for the minors and In advising the guardians whenever called Dec. 12. A company to drill fnr oil and gatt and officered entirely by women and with women as tho only will be among the first to operate In the new according to arrangements closed today by the Women's Chamber of of Several women In stock each and sufficient working Is This will It ls the first nil company In the world operated hy Mrs. will ho the Mount 12.-Judge Allen presiding Judge of Montgomery county was probably fatally and his daughter Miss Florence was when the buggy In which they were driving was struck by n and Ohio passenger train near here Judge was thrown Into the air and In Tallinn ho landed the locomotive He was taken off after the train had proceeded 200 yards r In between negroes or pot of and or other i persons within tin Is Joseph would be oil under a resolution Introduced Wednesday by Representative of Georgia The term negroes or persons nt Is defined in the us any Made J my the County Seat a4 Delaware Cm tho of his high po Ills of life was plain ind simple He rarely even in - his later years departed from his habit of rising before sunup nnd an ice bath always preceded his end always preceded Ills | persons of African descent or having fast nf strong coffee nnd peasants r i anv trace nf African or negro rolls After breakfast his stem med porcelain bowled charged and anil except at meal times It rarely allowed tn leave his Hps during the day His program was always the At eight he devoted an hour to business and then took a long drive and paid calls which wore In most cases Returning tn the castlo at eleven he the state a second and only very hearty Further state business occupied him until his 2 o'clock luncheon which was followed by a short nap Then came a walk In the park or a drive where he would often cold Supper almost Invariably consisted of cheese and beer followed by the Inevitable pipe an animated chat and bed by The prince always Indulged In a stout cigar In The measure win referred to the Judiciary committee of which Representative Clayton of. Alabama Is Mr Iner culled up his marriage resolution In the denounced Jack Johnson's Inst marriage In Chicago and In a speech declared that a southern girl would commit suicide rather than to TWO NAMES TO on page column 7) D. C. Dec. 12.-President Taft Wednesday sent nominations of the following Oklahoma postmasters to the for Sydney 8. C. If you've gu to sell a Want Ad tn this paper will sell It- the enst Is ALL IS QUIET Sheriff Thomason Has Not Attempted to Seize the Delaware County Records by Force and No Blood Has Been Want Cruce to Send Men Over to Settle Trouble Doctor to Open Institute To Treat Plague Victims Dec 12.-Dr. Prone the physician who says he has evolved a for will open his first Institute for the nf the white In the In Berlin next Since thP announcement of Dr. alleged he has bombarded fable and letter Inquiries from all parts of the United His both sufferers and fellow physicians nil want more Booms mark frantic requisition for samples of his wish to know if Dr. will treat them If they undertake the Journey across the sens to TFn of his suppliants aa has found to answer he has Issued n general statement that he Is prepared to treat all who are to undertake at their own the to new institute He to supply any ui nil a material tn has not yet patented nig to run kept gains to a extent hy and and have every reason In Iho world to throttle a thing still In lts swaddling Dr. Friedmann Is only 3 Be has devoted his entire lire leaving the seeking a cure for the white Washington D. Dec. 12-Heno-tor Owen has called a meeting of the Oklahoma delegation 10 o'clock Saturday morning m discuss the pulley to be pursued In reference to distribution of federal patronage in Oklahoma after March 4. The it is will join In a request to that he name an nsa of cabinet tmo a- 1.^iit..iiiii*iiiiiiiiiih I Dec 12.-(Special).- received today from Sam the who Is chief of lliu Liid Jay was to the effect he and his minute mun who are armed with Winchesters would lay down their arms and the If would Send here with authority In dn the Tho leaders of both factious are willing to the blame un Gov. Old Jay was still holding the fort this and there has been no open demonstration since Tuesday when Deputy who uume here to superintend the work uf moving the records wus Induced at tho point of a Winchester to give up his Job Old Jay has the sentiment and and for this reason Thomason Is not inclined to precipitate but Ik willing for Cruce to send the here to help out of a trying It was stated here today that Adjutant General unarmed could see to tt that tho records were removed without bloodshed and that find of with a could clarify the before Is disinclined to start anything which will result In believing that the men of Old Jay will eventually realise that the mandate of the supreme court must be curried Needless to say W. J. of who nutted into the county seat Is not spending his Christmas In the vicinity of Old WONT 8BNO TROOPS Oklahoma Uerr 1^.- Governor tills morning refused to send the national guardsmen to Juy until Judge says from personal knowledge that It Is governor says Judge statement Is Insufficient to him that the Is needed Telegrams from Grove today say the telephone line to Juy has not been repaired nnd that the only information received Is from those who ride or drive from tho troubled WOMEN'S NATIONAL RATIO LEAGUE D. Dec. 12.-An official call was issued today for the first annual convention of the Woman's National Democratic league which organised June 1, last and took an active part In the recent The convention Is to be held here January 7, 8 and 9. The charter membership list which wag closed hy constitutional rule December contains the names of wives of many men prominent In the democratic Ministers Move Lively Tilt Over Two negro proved to be one too many when It came to the position uf Janitor at the now county und now Rev. Thomas Tally has plenty of time to ply his vocation as Baptist for in the vernacular of Colonel also a Baptist minister and have got his Rev. Early far some time has been official jani tor for the house with numer ous assistants and when a few weeks Rev. Thomas fully who had beon the major donio at the democratic headquarters was also named as Janitor the question of authority Rev Tally Insisted that he was the elect nf the men who were in lake in hut Early reminded him that practically all ni those men were in office time The fun furious from tho Rev. Burly Insisting that Rev Tally spent too much of his time delivering sermons and to the sisters who made the court house their resting Rev. Tally on the other hand Insisted that Rev. was no longer n man of God and that he had passed up his Early took the bull by the or to be accurate the by the neck Tuesday and Tolly decapitated from his official Clerk was appealed and as he Is a member nf old guard Rev. was sustained and Tom Tally told that he no longer wai on the pay Rev Tally was on deck as usual Tuesday noon but he was decked out In gala and the first thing Rev. Early knew Rev. Tally had pulled off a negro wedding under his may be appealed tn aw LURKS In Tunnel Work Under the Arkansas River According to Father Who Sues for for Son's Death That danger lurks In the construction a tunnel under the bed of s j was brought to light In the I court Thursday when n suit for i damages In the sum of 110,000 was | filed with me city of Muskogee and I the Washington company The plaintiff In the action i Dink claims that his your old son who was employed by tho Porker Washington company construction of the water tunnel under the Arkansas at work In the tunnel nn Nov. 2 when there was an The boy Inhaled smoke and ' gas and noon of that day he was forced to quit The boy died on Nov and the suit for damages The present disturbance al county seat nf over the removal nf the county records from the original town to the addition of tho recalls one of the most unique political fights In the history of the new In which Is embodied the true story of an Indian's loyalty to his white It dates back to the constitutional before and Includes the famous of the boys who successfully evaded the federal authorities for eighteen months and then surrendered voluntarily after they were promised release on bond and a Impartial tt waa one of tho most heated political contests on The Tom and urn Cherokee Their aged father ww yours tho the and the family one of the most highly in the Cherokee In 1806 the federal under the leadership of n deputy marshal at mm after the boyn tor a minor on 1) 12^- are swapped like matches on the New York Stuck and the high of cull affects money was explained to the Trust J. 11. of New York said that Mil three or four million on the within fifteen l have loaned aa million dollars und as much us fifteen million In but I represent the rather than the said the said that represented & and many said that millions of dollars at * time wore loaned over the telephone every day during tho regular course of method of lending money In on the change was described by the Me salp that New York banks loaning for out or town banks usually made known the banks for would be the remit fixing a rate or interest on money tn the stock asked It would keep the money at home in the country answered Mr. C W. loan broker t&t the National City said that the hank he represents charged more than per on imam matter what the on money might the Would be the tf sSl hanks did asked Mr. money would not he money he far the mm. per m tile method or loans tMs of the exchange and said that the tal dally the amount tn mora than y. mm Of Philadelphia are in Their and Propose to Scope of Their Activities Her 12.--The against the alleged earner on eggs begun yesterday by the league was renewed today with Increased vigor Kvery thai could lie scoured was kept busy fill night to supply the demand nt a all sections of the oily onto trucks furnished bv nubile spirited owners to help the women in their campaign against the high cost nf living wero kept busy carrying eggs to the forty-three sale The retailers who are blamed by tho women for the high prices prevailing are showing signs of Two large chains of stores today offered their customers eggs at the price set by the Housekeepers league which Is six to twenty cents less than they have been are In this fight to declared Mrs W. B. president of the league they attempt to put us of business hy slashing prices we will have accomplished the very thing for which we are Our source of adequate to meet the demand whatever It may it is too to announce our plans yet we do nut Intend to confine our campaign to eggs only We made a careful of the prices of meats mid articles of food ami we shall wage the same sort of warfare whom the public Is charged too The negro who jumped from Iron Mountain bridge Vt. Gibson Into the Grand river Wednesday and whose body was later taken from tho committed suicide to cheat With the fact that a rant had ben Issued for bis and no hope to escape from tho meshes of the preying on his Emory IS. of Wagoner to his death rather than face a chargo of before a Gray was wanted In Wagoner county for about 117,000 from the of his grand children for whom ho was He had spent this money during the past year It Is He recently rom Texas nnd the night before his death had visited the home of his grand He wits without funds nnd she gave him 9*0. This money was found on his writ was about sixty Is Raid to have disposed nf much of his grand children's Three weeks ngn he sold one tract of land to a man named Tom relatives have claimed his fj MISS MAY Miss who for more than a year has been In the office nf Justice Bailey was today named by as Ills Miller will go Into office on January seventh and will hold court on the lower floor of the new court building In the room Lombard A In the will that vacant i on the Committee o Senators to Trim President Taft's List of Ap. I D. C. Dec. 12.-Democratic senators at a caucus today authorised five of their number to formulate a plan with reference to the presidential appointments In the meantime nominations In tho navy and the diplomatic will receive consideration just ae they would If no political questions were The objection of the democrats especially nominations in their branches nf the govern tnt Tho committee wiu be Clark ot and Senator The committee Is Instructed by the to obtain information rev. garding the and tn * St - W. When Thomas Hell was truancy officer to see that none Ot the who ought to be ware shirking their duties he ' provided with a copy of census containing the dt every child of school age in the gee This Hit the officer compared with the ot the different schools and iy set to to run down the whom ft comparison of the two lists showed missing from the school the course of His search through the highways and byways of the ctty Mr. Hall hunted high and lew for * certain really the name though it will serve for this in a neat little cottage on a plain tittle street Mr. Halt finally located James putting on Hie sternest look the rapped at the James Smith answered the you a son named demanded Mr. Hall nnd the elder smith meekly answered that he Why isn't he attending the truant officer Inquired and elder embarrassed almost yond the power of speech stammered and stumbled over his I couldn't make to you make your son tend school the of the state wUL him in Officer why you make him tend 11." hesitated If he wanted to go tB school he We late the Then Officer Hall cast a withering glance of sarcasm on the father of and Inquired tf the elder Smith wasn't capable of supporting his own family own but has to support his eight I can't make a living for them Jte wouldn't want For n fleeting Instant Officer Hall * fancied that father hopelessly Then ' whose name was the school
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