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THE COLUMBUS DAILY COURIE
WTFI QLA1MS IN
LOS .ANOKl.KS, July IS'Threo
year ago I forgave lilm fur stat
utory nffrnso not lor his sake hut
for I ha sake nf Christ whoso, mlnls
Icr hc'wm. t have, llvsl toy life
on my knees for lilm alnco, and if bo
only had born kind wo would itlll
he together,' but ho was cruel oh,
hi cnirll Friend saw lliot his
Ircalmrnl M wearing my life
away atnl forced me lo this step,"
Till ,1 bow Mr. Josephine, A.
Orcathuuse. explained the divorce
ult, mentioning twelve women, filed
recently- In Ibe superior court here
against llcv. John W. Urrnliinuic.
formerly pailnr of I hp Orchard
Avrnijn mid the South Fatadrna
llnplisl rhurchrs, A rrjKirli r found
her imlc. dishevelled nnd III In her l
harelv furnished (nil iiiannlrlronl particular hurry III lh mailer. Ilial
hum ill, 450 South Marlmsa nrnue. p'1'11"" lit bad a grievance hi md'lMv
"lie was n successful minlsler. i uw v secure acreage irom nil
MtW of m Km t.im, m tk-AI, THVmtixy, til. $ m " Only Dally Fapcr In Luna County
Tii morning at Vi30 o'clock half
a hundred Inlcreidrd shieklmldeM
of the Vallry Oil Company met a'(
llm Community fTouu) a a result ol
a rail limed by President lllair nf
Mr. Illalr stated that Messrs.
hnlffln and Wliltver bad ipill cold
nnd I hat Mr. Whllver had returned
in ei rami.
Ho alio sla ed Hint Mr. Knlffln
would tell Hie standard derrick ami
loois o Die company, or would re
move Ihem. Jusl Ibe directors
Mr. Knlffln slated there was no
she ilerlared. "Them In no doubt nf
lhal. He lu'ver left a cnngrcgnllnn
wllhnul, lis regrets. Itnl often I
would wonilnr, ns I sal nnd listened
lo lilm presrh, why be was not
ilnick ilown In the pulpit. Add he
often has told me, that us he saw
me-In front of lilni and recnlled his
Irealmetil of me, he could barely
ronllnue his sermon for thought of
A Olendora woman, whom he
called his "sweetheart." was; Ibe
flrsl of a doien she afterwards
learned nf, Mrs. Orenlhousft tie
rlared. "You will smile hut i( was
find wild told me of her." she said.
"I knew, nnd be did not dare deny.
Then b confessed hi me and In
some ministers, friends of hli, that
he bad been Involved wllb at least
eleven other women, and (hat since
July. IU07, two years afecweSverr
married, tin had been habitually
involved with women."
"I am afraid-of lilm." Mrs0nrf at
home sohbd mournfully. Kntilhal
bo knows f have started Ibis suit 1
nm afraid that be may nl(-mit lo
harm me all almm in Ibis big bouse
wilh my Iwn noya. Ho came here
holdouts still he had many ierional
friends in Columbus, nnd If it would
benefit (lie company for the rig hi
leinaln Ibern for a while ho would
nol remove it now.
Sometime ago Mr. lllair receiveil
a communication fioni nn Indiana
man stnllng thai If Hie romnanV
wanted Ihe well finished Ilial Indl
nnans would rompbte Ihe well. At
thai lime lli Valley Oil Company
was nol in position lo open nrgntin
lions, hut Mr. lllair will send a tele
gram loilay paving Ihe way for prop
It is keenly regrrlled Hint more
acreage was not Riven In Kniffin
ami Whllver. They spent in the. last
month more than Mono, mostly for
materials, siicii as uuixi reel or radio,
new bull rope, 60 Ions of coal ami
salaries for driller and helper. Tin
Dally Courier avers lhv nroml
Ihelr faith ill the well and Iheir
Rood iillrnllnns Inward Ibe romple
Hon of the well, and It is deploraMe
lliey receiveil less ilinn lonq acres
assigned in lliem.
Tlio fads are Ihnl Ibe holdouts
believed Knlffln and Whllver would
drill anyway, regardless nf acreage
FrMj fhm fcsrt
a Thursday nnd made a riu m.,1 although lliey were wanted repent
llin-aleiindjiio 1 J harmed bis name.
Hut t did not know then nf the pnlv
llelly thai would ttini"'.
Mrs. nreathnuse asks dlvMon of
IO,nno in rommunlly properly, ali
mony and custody or the two chil
dren. "It was IhnniKb my manage,
inenl thai we have accumiilnled
whal wo have," she admitted, "lie
nlwnys has acknowledged thai."
Ilev. Mr. (Iri'atbouse look an ex
lienslve nulomobile with htm vjicn
he tuft, his wife says, nil homli II
had been understiNMt Dial It was
Store at Fierro Is
Robbed of $1,000
Ono of the Uildesl robberies per
petrated in Uranl rounly In recent
years was committed between, mid
night Saiinlay nnd daylight Hundny
when the largo general store of (III.
Christ A Dawson at Klcrm was
broken into and Ibe safein Iho
office cracked. The haul made by
Ihe yegRiuen Is estimated at over
41000, of whlrh nppmxlmately tdoti
was In rash, several hundred dollars
In l.ilierly Imuil nnd war siiviiiRs
stamps, some poslorfiro ftpuls and
Dally Courier, 75c per mnnlh,
Illy Associahil I'ress.i
ClMCAriO, III, July I.WI'rlces are
starling ul n lower Irivrl I ban wns
I'Xpecleil ItHlay forrtlhn fill urn do.
Ilver of wheat- Hie flrsl lime surh
prices had been quoted In nenVly
. Derei'ilier. wl?nL.0PeJlciLaiS.72
jo .?!. The esllniates by traders
fndirnteil dial initial ftgnn-s would
lie about (IMS.
In First Yacht Race
.(lly .M'ieltiUil l're.J
KANDY HOOK. N. J., July IB.
The ynclit llesolute hit the Hlinui
rock ncross Ibe slnrllng iiu in the,
first lap of the America's cup1 lu.i)
race. The llesolulp crossed Hie Hue
at H).-0IJ0 and the KliiimiiH-k nt
I;' :(.'. IP, linofflolut lime.
'I he llesolute led Ihe Hlinmrork by
half n mile nfler two hour of nail
ing when the yiirbls hnd covered 10
miles nf Hie 30 miln rourso.
bo udvantage nl Ihe start lay dis
tinctly Willi Ihe llesolute lieciiuso of
Hie faulty timing on Hie l.iiilou
Mrs. IHiron. wife of Ibe Hliain-
fork's sklnnep mill flnil u-iiinnii
ever (K sail aixiunl u cup yacht, has
peen UcslRtialeti lo hold . Hie lime
watch abroad the Shamrock. Wheth
er she was nhonrd In call lime in to
day's rare wns not known when Ihe
Victory lay with Ihe llrilisb con
tenders In Ihe firsl race of IIVO for
the America's cup. Parting of the
throat halyard on the American de
fender ynrhl. the llesolute, resulted
tu her hclnu withdrawn from today's
contest nfler heating Kir Thomas
Mplons rlinllenger lo the turning
mnrk In Iho DO mjle race. t-
tllvliiR Iho Atnerirnn sloop n wide
berth, Hie Irish baroael's prldn
swept on Inwards Ibe finish while
Ihfl defender was taken In low, The
Hhamrock kepi on nnd finished Ibe
course ht l:'.'5.ao, (hereby whining to
Wants Political Honors
LAWIlKNCll KunZ July 15. Jess
Willanl, ex-rhamplou heuvyweislil
IMiullist of Hie world. Is oiut of Hie
ninety nsplrunls for ilitlcnl honors
m unuHias county listed for the
Aujttisi ;i primary olecllon. Without
Ills KiinwIedRo the nnme of Wlllitrd
wui.pul In Hie field by pellllm as
candldale for constable of Wakarusa
lownMilp, in which is locatiil Hie big
fann owmil y the cxhampton.
W. ( Htmmons, owner nf Iho imv-
retire Dally Journal-World, Is like,
wise listed as n candidate for. Hie
nine nffire. The Hlliinions emuli.
etlly Hint (trilling- would cense un
less uie owneiTi or: Isnd "came
Many rilltens nf Ibis romiininllv
with no material benefits In sigbl
except the rihhi or llm cominnnllv
ns a whole worked from morning
until far lulo Ihe utghl nmlflng
blank leases In absonlee landlords
nnd linHirlnnlng llioe living here
to lease Ihelr laml, but it was nn
The Valley Oil Company dlreelors
liave nol uHeu up hope by any
means of securing Ihe cumplcllon nf
Hie well, mil Ilio hlillIUVllllver
iiasro win or suouiu prove a lesson
lo loud owners who experl In sit
wllh fylded hands and renp posslhta
neneiiiN irom uie laixir oi oiners.
nmr.iiT i.icin's ark xi:n
I'KTAI.l'MA. CnU July 15.-
After protesting rccalcdly
4 about Ihe disturbances caused 4
by "spooners" In Ihe grammar
school grounds at night beret
f an amateur photographer niuj
eleelriclan living in Hip neigh-
iMirtiixxl lias at last stoppeii Hie
prncHce Of billing nnd eoolug "
of swains in bis neighborhood.
One night recently he look
flnshlighl pictures In Hie scbmil
COLUMBUS THEATER I
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A Triangle Plays
COOLEST PLACE tN COLUMBUS
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GERMANY WILL DAILY COURIER
lion (onnif roul moulbly. Willi I href
new nmdilloiH govenilim Ihe dellv
erirs, il Iswiunoiineiil.
These three eoudillons. il Is said.
nre a follows:
Firs: Tin (irrnmn umrniinent
Li to have rontrol of Hie dlslrihti.
Hon of SllrMnu null, or Is lo lie
iilli.lled Hi lolllloos tons monthly
for iiorlhern (irrmiiny.
Serom! eiiiiunlvslon rnniMisrd
of rrprrseiiliitUm of Hie nllles nnd
(irrmnuy, Is to lie rnl In llssen In
I'Xiiiulne fiHHl nnd houslnu ronill
llnofi, Third The nllles nre nvkrd In
ndtuiire monr)' or protlde rriilll
for the hnporllnii of niMIUouul
frnsl for Ibe rullrr HipiiUUou of
Florida Well Through
Saturated Oil Sand
The Florida ml w-ll wesl of Ihe
rly has been' steadily drilling for
Hie past week with Hie exception of
a short delay, due lo Hie losing of
Hut slush hurkel. The rasing is now
past 1500 feet mid llic'slrtituni of
oil bearing sand estimated lo be I.'
feel in thickness is cased off. The
formation Is considered in lie very
favorable, as Ihe drill Is again In
limestone thought to be another rap
over, an oil bearing stratum. As
these strain have strengthened In
Ihe amount of oil and thickness
smre Ihe firsl one was encountered.
Il Is thought that Ihe next one will
rerlolnly produce a larger amount
or oil (ban the Inst II is still main
tallied that Ihe nil. sands jusl cased
off ronlnined enough oil lo make
llm well n paying one.
Th well csl nf the Angelu com
jinny, east nf Hie city, has bad a
liltle morn bard lurk In linvlnjr clay
run mil) IhoMinle. This has been
rased, however, and Iho work is pro
gressing. Demlng llraphic.
Fail ti Upset tlie GtmniMflrt
Hy Associated I'ress.'
UMIKIH). Texus. July 15. A parly
of disaffected troons under Ihe rum.
mniut nt Henernl llirnnlo CJoiualej
made an Ineffectual Mtennil lo ill
nipt Hie provlilonnl Kovcriuneni'a
garrison, in nuevn l.aiiNln. oiinosile
luns Jusl before 0 ifclock Ibis morn
They were, driven nlf nfler n few
minutes' desultory firing, leavlnr
Ihreo nf f ItcIC uoundeil prisoner.
(Jly rallier ut llrmlna.
C II, McVjilev of Columbus wns n
visuor in iMMiuiig last week. Uem
Illy AssiN'inlisI I'ress,!
Kl'.V llelgium, July 15. The Her
man repn'seulallves nl llm Hpn con
fereure between (he allied nation'
nnd I Irrmaiiy, regarding the fulfill,
men! of Ihe terms of Ihe treaty of
Versailles, today agreed (u the attics' hi" Oulumhiis mid Ilinn released, and
46maud-or lb4Hclleri-if Iwri iiilJTt-ls prHumed lhhr will linmdl.
The DalK Omner souieliuie ne.nt
week will rerene leu hninirts'
pigeons from Herman Moser,
breeder and flyer nf homer pigeons
at Aurora. llllnnK .
They will be g.ven one day's rest
Htely set out for their home town
ill Ihe Sucker slide. The ill
lance by airplane is approximalrly
l:t5si miles and those birds arc ox
peeled In make li iiiIIim an hour
Their departure will 1m- Inleivst
ing. When lliey are.caged lliey lose
Ihelr liearings, init as soon as re
leased they curie hlgli in Ihe ulr.
snniellmes four or five limes, ami
when "set" make n heellne for lioine,
and it is said th-ilr iuslliict in Ihls
iesecl is unerring.
Mr. Moser gives us bis reason for
shipping them hern thai II is his
only method or training and thai
il is bis only method of training nnd
lie ships lo every Hale in Hie
I'lllon. Marling ihe hlrds with short
nights from nearby stales and in
creasing Ihe dlstnnees until they
have graduated In speed Irlnls. Kach
hint is mmiheriHl nnd carries n liny
inline plate athiehed Id one of his
ankles. Tho lime of Ihelr departure
will lie wlreil to Mr Moser ut Ail
Woollier conditions hit improving
although Hie much vnunteil July
tains are conspicuous only hy I heir
absence. Threatening skies held mil
bones during Hie ntahl. hut Ihnl wus
all. The thermometer registered OH
as the high iwlnl of Ihe day.
K. OF P. LODGE
PUTS ON SIM
ON JULY 29
On Hie evening of Ihe last Thurs
day in Ihls month -July ffli Hion.
will be goings on al Hie I'ylhian hall
In Ibis clly that will make history
hi fraternal circles.
The Knights or I'ylhlas will ghq
a grand ball, anil as un added attrne
Uun nt Ihe Intermission mid daures
alwnys have Intermissions new
Inner rlrele will liilllnle Us eandl
dates. While ni a lute liim r clreles
are Inbon ill well regulslcl lodge,
Hie odumhiis lslgc or Ihe Knlttlits
f I'ylhlas Is uu o.yeption While
Hie Daily Omrler rn'inol p.-uk wilh
auHmrily. it Is uuderslosl lhal
MM'lal d'siHMisatlou has It en se
rurnl In Institute. Ibis p:, i -nlar
Inner elrrle wlileli mack- .'f Ihe
(iiirirr Ma Gel In lld.
However Ilial may W. lh- liulia
Hon will lake plnee si-ronllng In
M'liislulo. Ami, Mblle il is not per
missible nor is II considered good
rorm In reveal (he sihtitIih of llm
lodge hall, It mny Ih slated lhal Hie
writer Is not n iih-iiiImt of I his inner
circle, nnd nt Ihe rlk of incurring
Ihe wrnlh of Hie outer guank Hie
Daily courier iierewllh publishes a
synopsis of Hie vorV" whlrh will
lie put on.
1- L. Oirtrlghl. wipulnr Hie (d
i.i-o.k fiirliiriinii nl Uiinp furlong
and also well though of in Hie rlr
eb-s nf Ihe Inrman and Ihe frstenisl
man In Oilumbui, has wrdlu Ihe
cenorlo. and llm cast of rhnrnclers
will he made up of such well known
knights as Zeno Johnson. C W.
MeKemy. U U Corlrlglil. Jewel
Hughes and James A. Ttirvey
following is ttm "stunl"
T1IK ROYAL OIIDKI1 OF AM UK NT
"ScramhleiJ Kggs":. ..Zeno Jnliuson
"Hard Untied" C '. MeKemy
-Ham And" . .1 U (V.rtrlglil
"Hammer and Tangs'Jewe llughi
IIoIm-S: nf brighi culomt calico,
ennvp for headrrepresenllng hair
an egg idiell. false mustaches, gug
A meat axe, a mral saw, several
large knives, nnd a wheelbarrow
"Scrambled Kgw." "Hard Hoiled"
and "Ham And.' They march in
Willi grenl dlgnlly to the tunc of
"Turkey in Hie Hlraw" liv Iho oe.
ihelra. and liefor. taking Ihelr
seats al Iheir altars, make Hie sign
of Hie order (bold Hie arms above
Hie huad and turn around Iwieo).
Scrambled Kggs rails order by rn.
ping on nis sibiiu.
hcramhled Ksm: Ladies and urn.
Heineii, ever once In H while in llm
course of human evenls Hie. Itnval
Onler of Anrieul Kgs confers Umn
n iev riiosru elllirus or a com
inunlly Hie great honor of Kgghood.
Ihe Ureal and Mysterious Oracle
has designated this hour ns Hie
ivcnlfiil moim-iil to rhoose amnngft
nils hrilllunt nioemhUge five Camil
la I es uiHin v.lioin (n le-stow Hie ex
alted flrsl degree, nf Fresh Ebb.
Then, l ime and Tide and a few sil
perfluntis degrees will eventually
advance the ambitious Fresh Kgg to
Ihe sacred, exulted and high station
nf flight Alieleul tag. Iho highest
degree in our renowned Hoyal Order
or Alirlenl hgg. (Turning lo at-
lendsuls - Ilrolhers Hammer and
umtlnucd un l'age 3, Column t.
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