Muskogee Times-Democrat from Muskogee, Oklahoma on November 17, 1914 · Page 10
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Muskogee Times-Democrat from Muskogee, Oklahoma · Page 10

Muskogee, Oklahoma
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Tuesday, November 17, 1914
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Get Your Kodaks, Kodak Supplies and Everything Needed for PICTURE TAKING and PICTURE MAKING at "Muskoffee's Kodakery" Cardinal Drug Store No. 2 Main and Okmulgw. Developing and Printing Done. MAIL ORDERS Receive immediate attention Is Charge Against HighTolish Deputy Who Organized Polish Legion And Then Insist- ted That "Freedom Of Poland" Be Made Issue K. P. LODGE TAKES IN 47 NEW MEMBERS I Vr-nl-n. \ I:; I'.'irlH. Nov. 17. — rminf All \;UHIIT SkMrl" U. ii T'DHHH r]f>piity. r>'' HliliTil of tlio Polish (iiif) nncl iiiin llid rniiHt |)rcirnlnint meniborn of tho I 'fjIiHh r()ir(,\', w «j«f arrpflt^rt Ri NcnnKtrUl. <tii\h\n. on Sovomhor fi. cLi .Lrtfi 'fl with hlirh Ir^'ason. i Sl<,irl>fk uiiH ihr li -Mili -r nf th« rnlH- tfint )'iiN-.M <if Ihc ftist rjilllclan ttoi- lloii and orifM nlzcd the rolUh Inglon which ni.-irihod nut of l.crnlitjrif nt the end of, HIX th 'HiKand »irong IiiirlnK- Sc|itfnili <T (he IrR -hm dlHlinnd- <il nt Mnz.inii. WP.MI (!;illcln. owlnp It ip chMrKivl. to till' Mil Ion nf Kknrhidi 111 dir )i;i ndln>r that tho mcnihrrB Khnuld r *'f ' t'l take t lu* iiillltnrv nftlli iiiih 'HH It contMlnod ri r laiiHo that thr rnllHh IrLjtnn iVM.M orjranlz'-d for tho iviirpoHP (if riR-htlnp for th«^ lihcrtv of I 'oluid At a riiPctlnK of thp onat nallrlnn HiTlion of the I'ollsh national roni- niltU 'p. Skrirl 'fk WAH Ht^vrrc]y frnHiir- o<\ for thI .M art |o||. whiTiiipon ho and a nimiluT (tf hi.n H\Tn [in t III/PPH with- drou' fioni tlip fornnill top. I onnt Sk .irl'Pk IiroiiKht nniirr mllllar.v oBcort first to C'rncow nnd tlii -n (o Vienna. Forty-seven new members were Initiated at the Knlgrhts ot Pythias meeting Monday evening. A number of notable officers of the org-anlzatlon wpre present, among them being .Supronie (Jhancellor F. E. Wheaton, •Supreme Keeper of Rpcords and Seals Frank l>onnplly, F. K. Huncan, of TiilHH, past grand chancellor; 8. H. Sanders, of Webbers Falls, keeper of rwords and seals ot the state lodge; B, H. yoimg, of Ohio; J. H. Brown, of Illinois, and V. H Hunt, of Indiana. While the Knights' of Pythiaa were holding their class Initiation In Convention hall the Pythian KiKters were holding an Initiation and district meeting at the K. P. hnll. The forty-seven candidates Initiated Info the Knights of Pythias were: I>. M. Weller, Charles Wheeler, Jr.. C. c. Williams, Kills Pryor, S. D. Rose, C. 1. 1 feeler. Hen (Jreen, I., P. Heath, .1. C. Reach, N. A. Juergens, William K. Harvey, Roy II. Hmlfh, Thomas N. Terry, P. T. Gaddy, James Austin, H. H. Shelor, E 1). W. Klpp, W. II. '•rou(h, W. P. Perklna, C. A. Nichols, jjohn Hrown, W. N. Phares, H. von ('nwcrlh. Art lIorrlH. P. 8. I>ege, A. 1.'^. C.regory, Harry White, Paul Whlte- JHldea. R. W Moore, W. A. Sellers, l<Yank Coffen, .Take Mitchell, W. 8. I.enion.i, W. D. Hoott, M. W. Rarr, William S. Caldwell. B. P. Gamble, Joseph Cantner, Arthur L. Brook and John n. Koehler. all of Muskogee; W. H Hummers, I J. Bordner, Pale Os- iner. Charles W. Lemon, H. S. Zlnk, N'. W. Wells, and J. D. Goodrich, all of Tulsa, • . TEN-YEAR SENTENCE AFFIRMED BY COURT SANTA CLAUS LETTERS TO BE DELIVERED HERE WAINWRIGHT IIEARINO SET FOR NOVEMBER 2;^ Althonfth Chrlatraa.^ i.«i more than five weeks distant tho iiniiual hiLrvest of fftinta Claur letters Is hc+rlnnlntr to oomo through tho p<iprtofflc v ljO<al poslofflco officials hu\p received notice rom the postofflco denartmnil. that the Santa Clans lett.vrs this ycju- are to be ttjmed over to t 'le cliarltahlo OTKanlzattors of the cKy. Most of Ui.i letters tluU come through the po.«t- ottlce addressed to "Hania Claus" with no furth«-j" address to Insun- dullviry, are from tho children of i)ov->rtr stricken homes who turn to the. patron saint ot Christmas time with a de- "ipairing i>lea for the glftj longej for by childish hearts. A few of th.> let- t «PB, howover, are from cMUlrc^n In well-to-do-homes where thu little ones, with implicit faith in Santn Olaus, mall theJr letters to the patron saint of Chrlstmns In core of l/nclt .Sam. There Is no mear.a of tolling whether the letters ore written tiy children •whom Santa Clatis will remember or oWIdron who will have no Santa Clans tmlese charity provlcK-s onei The loiters are iiavally turned over to thu charitable organizations which Investigate and provide gifts for the little folk who 'would hnvu no Chr!l«tmas C T WNT. A hearing will lie hcdd before the criminal ( ourt of appe.'ils ofi .\'o\'erii- I'l r i'^. nt which time th(i i-ourt will ihlernilne »hidhcr or not to the aiipeal of \V, M. V\'alnwrlght, defaulting county tri'asur<>r of Musko- gr't* count.v wlio la now In the state penitentiary. In the e\ent the appeal ,1s dlHrnlHsed, the erfe<-t will ho the same as the afflruilng of the convlc- I t Ion In t he lower court. I When WalnwrlKliI appealed his I he sivore Ire Has a paup <T, .iiul the countv jiald for Ids appeal. Itecentl\ ('ount.\' .\ttorney I ilsney has asci-r • italncd that \\'a In wrIght Jiays tax»'H on pro|icrty \'aliie(I at $7.11.1, consisting of farm lands and town lot,. In ;tho town of Walnw right. Through I the attorney gencnnl's office he has Insked that the ap|>eal lie dismissed It Is all.'god that Walnwrlght at the I time he rnadi^ a pauper's affidavit ,Iiad aiupUi funds to prosecute an appeal. THANK8QIVING DAY. One Cause of Bad Complexion—the Cure Thursila.v, November 2K, will be nil the more enjoyed if you have on hanil some of the famous "Henton County. Arkiuisas", npiiles. from the very heart of the f)7.ark Mountains. W'c wlll ship you hy to y<iur ad- dres.i, fancy "Hen Davla" and "<iano" at $1.85. and "Mammoth Black TWIK" "Wlnesap." and "Kentucky Streak" at $2ir, tile box, r o Iv Ro>rers ..rk W- pack In paper llneil bushel boxes thM viTV I 'CMt fruit that l.s •irown. Fx- preps (barges to am' station In t tkla- honia not o\'er lUc TcrtTis: ('ash %vith order. Biuico Krult Company. Rogers, Ark. Adv. •*l <ook at a section of skin under llie microsoopo and vou will readllv iindcr- Htand why ctMimetlcs genemlly In.lurr' the i-omplexlon," says Dr. 11 Robert .Mackeii- tie. "The skin, smooth on it luok.s i .i in. naked eye, under tho glii.xs exhlMts a lace work of tliiy holes, mouths of iu.\rlatis oi little glands. To keep the sklti liealtin Ihese holes must bo unolmi rucl<-d. licit ih, persplrutlon and natural oil caji have fic- lUtlet. Should the glan .ls l .e III.H I UMI UI with trrltiillTig giitty particles, a common result of USIIIM: iH.wdcrs iind crenm.s. Nature retaliates by ciuisim; sallo \^•m,'.-^-'^. roughness, tilotches or pimples "As a substitute fiu- all coMinetlcs 1 reconimtmd tirxllnary mercollteil wax. It not (>nl,\- does what tlu> N.LI I.'U. H fare 'reparations ar^^ siipposi'd t'» at < ompllsh. tait Its peculiar ith .^Jorhent acllon fr-ves tlir oores from flu» d .tlh accumiilat t<iii <u' Im purities, nlso alwor btiiK * llo' ile\ tiiill/ed particles of snrf^icr skin This i M I IIICM •I natural. lnMltli\. \outlifiil coinpltxtnn ine ouiuT* of this wn\ to l.e had al an\ Irugsture.|\- suffices to re j a \'en;i t c Iht. poorest com pli- \h III. It is put "111 nlgbtiy' like clil ,riiaiii .-.lul Wii.shcd oft inoriiinKH •'- CiimHy rii,\ sician. Adv PEOPLE MUST OBSERVE QUARANTINE PLACARDS Oklahoma City, Nov. 17.—A derision by the criminal court of appeal» Monday, affirming the 10-year sentence of .Ifihn C. Ihincan, of Ochelata. for shooting Dallas Alexnnda,r, aged cattleman Au^rust 6. 1912, wan based chiefly on the fact that Duncan entered Alexander's house as a deputy state enforcement officer, an otflce which the legislature never authorized. The testimony showed that Alexander drew bis gun first and attempted to shoot, tuit Duncan's self-defense plea, was Ineffective with the Jury. EMPLOYE INJURED IN BARN MACHINERY I.I/. T/A. Stepben.son, nn employe of the Muskogee Klectrlc 'lYactlon company, caught his hands In some uuiehlnery at the <ar barn Moiulay evening and was painfully Injured. Three lingers, two on the right hand and one on the left hand, were so badly mashed that amitutiitlon was necessary. The oilier lingers on both hanils ,ire badly crushed but can be Rjived. Mr. Stephenson's Injuries while painful and serious are not dangi'rous and III- la doing nlc('ly at the Baptist hos-" Pltal "If peorle d.i not sliirt i ocornl /.li \g tlio lnip(»rlauco and .Mii;nincaiici- of Uiiii r:i n 11 n,. sti:iis, I am uoirm" to e(iiplo\-inir trii'ird.s for < \or\' C.\.M«- of I conla;:loiis ili.casc In I Ii - citv " ih'- Icloretl .^aiilt:ir\ ('oiiimis-^loncr I'.ill i Ib-rrlng Mond:i\ iiioriiirig "\Mii.'. iT< c..r\ bin •• ind roiflil 'rM "o in anil J o'li of a Iioiisi- in wlii.h tliero is n ,11; liitii ri.i pali.til with ii.s null 'i in- j conci -i n im 11* thet-e \v:is no w u'liiiiv, I card on the front po**cIi iioi if line t'icto I tlc.t iho oc.uiaiits of the Iioiis,. \jcrc • 1 11 'I r-i III i Of .l. "Ill the iniMt rift -on da\s Ih.r" ha\c Peon so \''T --il new ca.-;c» of di p li t lo'li.-i. .••..ul. t f.v .-r. wid Olio c .iM.- of smill t *i N T am goliiL.' to slop tlics,- \ioI I li "iw .1.' tho i| Hal alil ilie liWM an I the b -tl \> M to do it 1.. 1,, hire iril lids to i .-n -,i -,l th,. ,1-' Ili '-'lt a o 1 -.1 lb.- .xji.n.H.. ol Iho O.I op.inis .>r the ' 111 11" III11 iicd II. um.' " BEN REEVES IS GIVEN J-AROLE Chief of T'olice Joe Dopew received a telegram from i'arole officer Henry Reed of Leavenworth penitentiary Tuesday morning saying that Ben KeeNOH' sentence of life imprisonment had lieen commuted and tho prisoner w,ould be given bis freedom at once. Bin Is the son of old Bass Reeves, coloreil, who was at one time a deputy Cnltcil States marshal. Ben RecM 's was arrested In 1U2 after he hail shot and killed bis wife. Tho negro was charged with murder In the first decree and it was brought out in the trial that the shooting was caused by Jealousy. Reeves baa been a model prisoner at the iienltentlary during the first twelve years of his life term, according to the authorities, MRS. TURNER LIABLE FOR ATTORNEYS' FEES 1 ikl.ihom.-i Cltv. .Nov. 17. Mrs. Jul'a It. •rurncr. of .Muskogee, was held lia- Ide l.\ the sttitc supreme court Tiies- da\- for $i;.T,M) attorney's fees which a liiiy 111 .Muskogee court decided she owcnd .Iiidgc I'liaries H.iKg and .N', Mav.y, recent I\- clecteii to the stale legislature. CARDS. T V TEXAS. St, I.ouis. Nov 17. The St. I.ouis Nationals \\iil train next siuiuk' at ;llol Wells, Texas, a suburb of Snn :.\uttuiio. It was announced tiala>- b\' Scliul.\cr Britlon, iiresident of tho club. • NO CHARGE FOR THIS GRAND HOME MEDICAL BOOK Cloth Bound Book of 1008 Pages Profusely Illustrated, Sont to Any Adult Reader of This Paper —A Speoial Offer. F\e.rv homo should tunc oiu>, Kvery man and ssoinan who Isn't afraid to read ;t book too plaiul.v wrllKui that .in,\ono c;in uuder.stanii it shouhl write loda> lor .L cop,\ ot Tiie I'liople's Com- juon Sense Medical Adviser to l>r. Puree. ln\.ilid's Hotel. Buffalo. N. Y. •I 'hi.s is a. larv.'o cloth bound book of Jlliiis l,l ^;.s. ,v inches long; ;'> 1-2 inches I wide and I i Inches thick. luimful !of kr.owliilgo not fouiui in ordinary books. It was written by Dr. R. V. Pierce, one of tlie tocst wididv known ph.\"si. laii.H .\mcilca hius eve.r known and Hill If .sent io .s |paid to ,i.nv reader of this paper who >iill .«4<Mid this notlie with -I' cents in ritamiis to pay lM >st:it :o aid w-rai'iiiur Adv Distress after catiiu;. belching, ajui nausea bctw., n iiu.ils .ire syniiitoms of ilyspep.sia, wliicli Hood's SuXbapuriUa alw a> a cun s, Adv- HARD TIME PRICES, NOT ROBBING YOU AMERICAN SHOE SHOP-2:?! North CheroKoe Street ird ihc MUSKOGEE SHOE SHOP—ill' West Okmulgee Avonoe. We Are tho Most Extensive Shoe" Repairers m Oklahoma. Ml II s ll.ilf S ..1. .- Sow. ,!.,-,() I..,!.- llu.II' S ..1. s .•^.uid Tan nnd |:!.,.-k» r s .Ml 11 :• 111. Is .'^l r . i:: I.I I lod liri*^ l.olc--' lleils .s;fi .1 i hi .1 . .1 !•„..[ Whll. K S..I.- I,.;,'l,.l II.-..-d . \. n.l^ Ih III.- .li.-,.p I. Ill .li.~ (rill > loi I . I ,v "I. r m"ii.> s w . o l i 11 \ . \ ou r .'^ Ic .• Ipa )ri aj.: d. .iie "RIGHT NOW." .--Iiocs call..! f..i aid d.bwrcd fr.c lilo.Ni;.i:::3. JAMES M. VAN TRESS, PROP. llioNl.: 623. Wet Weather Comfort Three DoUars Buys a lot of H TOWER'S FISH BRAND REFLEX SLICKER \* Wear it when jroa work. Cannot al>9orb water — turiu off every drop and kerps Tou dry mad com- ionable. I D cray •case a serrrfce coat, strong at every point. [, A big buy any way you look at It. SOLO ETERYWHESE Pratedar Hal. 75 Qa. CalalogFrt A. I TOWER Co.. 'He saw her turn towards him, balance herself in the swaying ore car and lift up her arms. He stretched his own down and, as the mass of steel and ore dashed under him, caught her up. He did not hear the crash that followed. All he saw was the upturned face of the girl he loved, swinging one hundred feet above death in his strong arms,ja/e.'* Don't you want to read about it? Don't you want to see it? See this spectacular moving picture at the New Yale Theater Wednesday, Nov. 18 ....^ ....;:^:i. iV.,K.

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