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The Guthrie daily Leader.
IT'S in THE LEADER POPULAR HOME PAPER iVOLUME XXXIV. GUTHRIE. OKLAHOMA, TUESDAY EVENING, ,J A N T A I? Y 4, 19.10 LAST EDITION. S O'CLOCK. N CM BE It 32 ' f HEAVIEST SNOWFALL III 10 YEARS EXTENDS OVER GREATER PORTION OF TRANS MISS ISSIPPI VALLEY ft STORM ACCOMPANIED BY COLD NORTH WIND ft Assumes Almost Proportions ot Blizzard in Iowa and Nebraska (By Associated Press.) Kansas Cita;, Mo., Jan. 4. Snow and sleet fell over the greater portion of the trans-Mississippi valley today,! accompanied by a cold north wind, with a temperature close to zero In Iowa ami Nebraska. In Central and Western Kansas the Jail of snow is. the heaviest in ten years, extending west Into Colorado. Twelve inches of snow Is on thoj ground now ami the storm continues, In Western Kansas all trains are late, i The temperature in Central and West ern Kansus and In Northern Oklabo. ma averaged nine above. There is no great interference with traffic In Southern Kunsas, In Iowa and Ne-f braska the storm has assumed the proportions of a blizzard and much delay In traffic It being experienced. Business Crippled At Muskogee Muskogee, Okla., Jan. 4 A falling temperature accompanied by u fine mist of rain has resulted in a heavy coating of Ice on the pavements of Muskogee and they have become so slick that merchants have taken off their delivery wagons and business is badly crippled. Newsboys cannot ride their routes and four horses have been killed while attempting to work on the streets. a mist that was falling early Inst evening became a sled shortly after 10 o'clock and by 11:30 the sidewalks I were cowreri with ice. Because oil ike brick pavements where the grades were steep being dangerous for sev-1 eral hours pedestralns were com-j pelled to use the streets for safety. Late in the morning the tomperotur modified and the light snow aided much in ridding the walks of their! dangerous character. with the day came further moderation and side walks were soon passable without deaar lo life or limit. All trains were greatly delayed, those from the East and North being hours late. The heavy sleet, the first In many years in this section, was not all melted away when the neon-hour change of temperature came. Several accidents were reported last evening, a traveling man who had been in his room In one or the lo cal hotels falling to the brick walk and sustaining quiie seveie bn serious injury. no BUILDING PLANS IDE IPPDDVED The state hoard of affairs today adopted nnd approved the plans and specifications for two new buildings for the Eastern Oklahoma hospital tor Insane at Vmlia. The board will later order bids adtertlaed for the erection of the buildings which will cost fCO.OOd and $jOfi,(iOfi respectively. Reported That Alleged Post office Thief "Fence" is Heady to Talk It Is reported tha' A. 12. (fames, the Oklahoma City pawnbroker who is confined in the Federal jail here pending action of the grand jury on cbaige of wilfully purchasing and dls ixising or Government stamps, has made a partial confession to the Gov ment nnUflffli-e illSllCCtOlS work ing on the case. Chief Inspector! Gregg, of the Denver Secret service office, urrlved last night and Is work ing on the case. The Inspector, it is state,! believes that a fall confession will he forthcoming from Gomez a little later. He has nlready. It Is stat ed, told enough to implicate several oilier partlsH. qnilPAl tfl ULjULnLLII in OOOO 0000 OOOOO 0000 0 0 0 0 o: o 0 o WEATHER FORECAST (Associated Press) New Orleans, rain or snow; day; colder In Jan. 4. warmer west. -Tonight VVednes ooiQoeoioiooifiio GRANTS CITIZENSHIP PARDONS Upon the recommendation of State Wat den It V. Dick, Governor Has kell late Mondav afternoon issued twenty-one citizenship pardons toj Oklahoma convicts whose terms ex pire during the month o! January, an follows: G. T. Junkins, Canadian county, one year for grand larceny: ; Arthur Lee, Craig county, two years j for grand larceny; Arthur Vandever. Adair county, two years, adultery: : Wrn. Wilson, Kingfisher, two years,! grand larceny; Charles V. Baker, Pottawatomie county, one year, burg-; lary; Simpson Tiger, Mcintosh conn-! iv, felonious assault; Willie Ashley,' Coal county, forgery; Joseph BrudaJ Coal county, assault lo kill; James! Crittenden, Adair county, two years, manslaughter; Jasper Colbert, Coal county, one yar, forgery; Charles Tilley, Pottawatomie eoutuy, four veers, larceny of domestic animals;! W. S. Wilson, Canadian county, one year, embezzlement; George Mason,! Pittsburg county, nine years, larceny; Robert Jackson, Pontotoc county, two years, forgery; Win. Jackson No. 1 and W'm. Jackson N'o. , both from Caddo county, two years each, as-j Bault charge; Leslie Williams, Kiowa j county, two years, grand larceny; nave Kvens and Joseph Darling, ! both from Cherokee county, one year' each, false pretences; John McKin ley. Rogers county, two years, burg la y; I.ou Simons. McCurtaln county, one year, larceny. WOLF HEADS COUNTY Frank Wolfe, of Crescent, county commissioner from the Third district, late Monday afternoon vttifi elected chairman of the board for the en suing year, succeeding Kd Oberhol er of the First, district, who has of ficiated tis chairman the past two ears. . The commissioners adjourned late ibis afternoon after a two days' busy session at which a great volume of routine business was transacted, The regularly monthly and quarterly claims were allowed and Ihe quart erly reports of the various county of ficers were checked over and approv ed. DEFENDANTS PLEAD, 'HOT GUILTY Y'R HONOR' Despite Which District Judge Sets Their Respective Cases For Hearing Judge A. II. Huston held a brief session of district court this morn ing which was (taken up by Obe at ruigiiment of defendants in criminal eases and the selling of the causes for trial. "Jim" Owens entered a plea of not guiltv to charge of murdering Mrs Maria. Simmon:-', an aged negress. His demurrer i the indictment was overruled and (be case sat ror trial, on January 20. Wm, B. Bonnetl and Robert miii also entered pleas of not guilty to Charge Of stealing I spun ot mules from Allen C'-uk and I heir case wai set, for trial foi January -it. Judge Huston sustained the demur-j ror of the defendant to the Indict-1 ment in the case of State vs. Joel Williams in which the defendant was charged with at tempted burglary, Can High and Will Itideii entered ; picas of not guilty to forgery Charges ami Ihelr cases were set for trial on I January 19. 'as were the cases against Moses flsrrold and Wm. McGee. charged with disposing of mortgaged propert y . Harvey Q, Breedtn was arraigned on the charge of disposing of mort gaged property and given twenty-; fOttf hours to plead. An adjournment was taken until j Baturdai morning. PflTEET'S The preliminary hearing of "Jim' Pnteet, In which the defendant is charged with shooting ai Knfurce tnent Officer I'ricBt with intent to kill and shooting Santa Fe Fireman K. P. Tiernan through the window ;il the Alamo hotel three weeks ago, ir being held this afternoon befon Justice Soward. Frank Melinite is representing Pot eel and County At torney James Hepburn is prosecuting Only clraumsiantla evidence is be ing introduced at the hearing. WILL AWARD STATE CONTRACTS The state board of public affairs is making preparations to award 'con tracts for the next ouaiterly supplies for the various state offices and the forty-nine state Institutions, school etc. The board awards contiacrs each quarter to the lowest and be 1 bidder for the furnishing of supplies upon the schedule bid upon. Yester day was the last day for receiving bids on contracts and Chief Clerk Feeler Isl busy today tabulating the bids for the consideration ot tf beard. ROIITION A VICTORY CRIMINAL C O HOLDS SEC. BILLUPS' URT UP. t, ART. 3. BILL COUNTY COURTS HAD HELD TO THE CONTRARY Affects Possession of Liquors t With Intention of Violating the law The criminal courl of appeals, in an opinion by Presiding . M, Ku.'tuan, holds Section rung l of Henry Article as lite which posses- !, Senate bill No. (11, known prohibition enforcement act, makes ir. an offense to have ston of prohibited liquors with intention of violating any of the the pro o be lest visions ot t lie proiiitntton law I i onsiltutlona) and valid, m the cape of the Slate, of Oklahoma versus: Uoorge Hotter, an appeal from the l,o ! t-.an county court. The criminal court, reverses County Judge j. c, Strang and other county judges over the state who have held! the above mentioned section of the enforcement act unconstitutional for' the reason that the clause embraces different subject nuttier from thati contained in the ikle of the act. County Attorney James Hepburn1 took exceptions to the tilling of Judge, Strang and appealed the case to the criminal court of appeals oh an agreed' statement of facts. Judge St tang in the trial courl sus tained the defendant's motion to quash and set aside the information,; holding that the section was uncoil j Btltiitlonal. This decision also affects a number of similar cases pending In the coun ty court Which will probably be tried rt the next term of court. Opinion By Doyle The criminal court in an opinion by Judge T. 11. Doyle, the ease, of N.j N. Boncpnrte vs. United States, nnj appeal from the United States fed oral courl of the Southern district of Indian Tertitdry on the ground thai I be appeal w as not properly liken. Bonaparte was convicted on the charge of forging checks at er and sentenced to three the penitentiary. McAlest- ye.-.rs in REPORTS SCHOOLS IN The report of Citv Superintendent W. S. Calvert to i he iChOOl board last night shows the public schools 10 be in a flourishing condition, with a decided increase in enroUment for ihe new term which will commence' Shortly, Tbiny-ttve additional pupils rere enrolled yesterday at Lincoln school, nineteen at Banner, twenty One at Capitol HID and twenty at the CtiiigiHs school, Superintendent Gel ve t reports a slight decrease in Hie average si tendance in the white schools during December, WhiCtl be a1tiibu.es to sic! nesS, with a net gain sf Bpventy-fonr in the colored schools, The board approved the action of the teachers' committee in circling Miss Ida W. Belt as principal of Central school, succeeding Miss Nora J . Cuoney, who has been granted leave of absence for the remainder of the year. The sided Ion of Delia Windsor as art supervisor In the separate schools and the employment of Frances As ibur and Clare (ioodenler as grade teaehera In t;.e white sehooli was also approved. Superintendent Calveri also report-. ed i in opening of un additional dOU room in the basement of the Lincoln school yeste day t0 take care of the big increase in enrollment at that school . The. furniture and apparatus com mittee was Instructed to pntemse additional desks and supplies neees-i : ' tated by the increased enrollment In I i the various ward schocHs. The treasurer! repor ! showed the; school lioard stiH running on a cash ' Ijasis, which was gratifying, as the lioard had anticipated a big deficit. City 8upeilnterid-nt Calvert reported , iJo99 in the County treasurer's bands eeUeeted from deUacjMMl taxes, which would be ample to ran 'be, beard until :he railroal tr.x InJunc-l tiou esses in the Federal courts are , settled. The hoard adjourned until Satur day evening when lae report .f the. teaehera' examining committee wilt, be received. In the event that any of the teachet- now m j, loved ii, tbe schools not passing the examination which was conduced by ihe board .luting the holidavs, cnd-r the ruling of the board. r. teachers will be put In fheir places next Monday. MISSION PIM IHTERVfEHS W. P. Kager-'Tlie commission form of government is exactly whal I want and what Is needed. Rvery property owiier In Quthrte, 1 think, Is also in favor of the proposition. The only ones fighting it are the present administration officers." M. I,. Morrison (city contractor) "I nm against toe proposition. Any one that will sign a petition or vote for a commission form of govern nient is not a good Republican or good Democrat.' Will Undwall "The commission form of government is the only thing Paxes under neglectful council regime are soaring high. The present Hepnh lican admit is! ration is the only ones against it.'; It. M. Dunham "Yes, I am In tai or of Ihe commission plan of govern ment. 1 signed the petition and am Republican, I believe it to be the best interest of the eiiy. W need a change It is only the Republican ring fight lug the proposition." J. n. Punk-r' Anything for a change over presem administration. A com mission form of governmeol would be the right Bt p to take for a greatsi Guthrie " fSd NlchoJa "The is a winner. Guthrie I'ommtsslon hb should adopl barter by ati meant .loe Willis "We nei ommlsslon form Of f l a change, The nvernment with the right kind oi eommi control would be a greai h over preaenl methods." noners in provemonl BEMUD DEPOT PLATFORM Citizens of Seward, Logan county, tiled (omplainl wllh the corporation commission toila,.' for an order re quiring the Hock Island road to street a depot platform at thai place for the convenience Of the traveling public. They allege that the road has a high grade through the town and that it Is eatromelv difficult to board n train. railroad her hm Alleging that the FrlsCQ company is responsible for band's untimely death in a grade crossing accident In this city on the night of December 18, last, Mis. Nei Ii6 W. Koch has filed a damage suit for $r.,UOO in the district court ggajnst the road Koch was struck, and in atinUy killed by an A. V. & W train backing Into Ihe Frisco station here. His head was severed and both legs and arms were horribly mangled, Mrs. Koch says the absence Of a Dlgltl watchman at Ihe closing caused the accident. SCHOOL LANO EXPENSE Maintainance ot Department, Without Specific Appropriation Now With Supreme Court The supreme COtirll held a brief session ibis morning with chief jus tlce Kane presiding and till associate I justices Silting except Mayes, who is absent from the city, a number of motions were disposed of ami sov j eral attorneys admitted to practice . before the court. The test, case of Lew IJells vs. the Commissioners of the Land Office. ,10 which the authority of the school land commissioner; to pay for the maintainance of th partment out of tin department in the propria! ion by the i issue, was argued school land de revenues of I hut thsence of an ap legislature Is In and submitted. The suit was b'OUghl at the request ! of the governor, who bad put the knotty Question up to both the First and Second legislatures which thai an appropriation was not ' essary. The court convene for the ary term next Tuesday with a number of causes docketed for rul el nee I Janu- large trial D Tense Scene in Court When Woman Victim of Assault Points Out Assailants (T?y Associated I'resB.) Kansas City, Me.. Jan. 4. A dra matic spectacle was furnished In the criminal court here today when Mrx. W. H. Jackson told the story of bar ai ..ait at Ihe hands of George Reyn olds and John Wllllanis, negro, bore on ihe night of December 23. Mrs .l ie' on w.i so weak she MUM hardly sit uprUjb-, in a chair, bjit suddenly she jumped to her feet, printed her linger at the prisoners and fairly nc.ermed: "Those are the men! ! Those are the steal " She later fainie.1 and it was several minutes before she Oo.tld continue her testimony. The case will probably go lo the Jury this afternoon. Thi- death sent ence is like'y. I nil i mm j CITY'S NEW i 5 CHARTER CONCISE DOCUMENT PRO. VIDING FOR MUNICI PAL GOVERNMENT WILL RE UNDER THE COMMISSION PLAN Five Commissioners Will Be Elected lo Head as Many Municipal Divisions Special to Daily i odder Oklahoma City, Okla., Jan. i. in briefest city charter ever written, consisting of twenty four articles and providing sole nrgauie law for Okla noma city, llle coilllllill munlclpa i corporation, Ott charter formal Ion composed of Freeholders Murphy, Williams nnd Snyder, presented Tuesday afternoon Its Bret draft of the document which, in general form, upon a favorable consideration from the people and from the governor, will be municipal rule for future oit hahoma City, On this document all argument leading to the final d aft will be based, Chief of Ihe features Is the n'llcle establishing coirunissloners. Five oi these are provided, each t head hi municipal division, department of general administration, department ol health, department orf public safety, department of public work! and de- partment of public properly. Elec tion of these OffKialS Bhwl c.inie, upon lhi adoption of the chatter, bv number. One hall US head d' the llrst. two of the second, three of the third, four of the luiirth and five of the flfth. Under each of these live depart ntcnts shall come (he various city employe:.. as follows: Municipal judge, city attorney, city clerk. Bit auditor, city assessor, chief of police, chief of fire department, plumbing and sewer inspectors, electrical In spector and building Inspector. elt physician, cily chemist, city Btlgl neer, citv street conuulssioner, su perihtendsni of waterworks, superin tendenl of parks and three officers. . ,ich to he known as trustees of the Carnegie library, These officer! shall be apportioned under the various beads of depart meats, city physician under the n I partmeQl of health ami so forth. Kach of these various employe'.. ' shall be appointed by the coinnn slonefa and each shall be subject al ail times to the head pi his revpeel Ve depart men; . Salaries shall be I I. -ft to I he , board, and ihe matter of raises in nit city salaries except I those of the commissioners shall also j tall to the board's discretion. New ; olllcers may tilso he created oy tit" board, as the city s growth demands them . My the crention ot n civil service commission the board shall detef mine as to roattefi of efficiency ami prescribe rubs for the coiuluc1 of their various employee, In this new plan, on the face of It. to the one who occupies the posit ion of bead Of ihe (list division, the l partment of general administration, ball fail the Job known today an "mayor." The clause which provides for the establishment of this coin mission, the committee on formation hetteves, docs away with a possible resurrection of .the carlv dispute as to whether the mayor Nhaii be elected directly by the people The chief of lb,, general adrnmldtraiiou depart ment I-, made ho by the people, and in him falls -the general supervision and tin- executive duties which ""' rfer the present In general effect least fall to the mayor. Dally meetings of the cOfOtPiASton- era to be public, are provided ami regular reports, ' be published, ar-, demanded, Including In thara all Bnanclal expenditares, plans and :h- like. Tfi? respective t"rms of office of sefa officials elected at said first election sha'l expire in order on the first Monday of May In each of tb following years lowii; Fill, 1919, j Lfttg, 1114, HIS, After thls first election Is dom-! away ihen, on the first Monday In May of seeh year one official will re-j : tire to lie replaced by another, elect ed by the people, hh term to egtend ' until May of the fifth via- following. The dec-' ion shall be In April precede Ing the May Installation. A majority vote on all niestltins of routine nosings Is repjire.l. with ipaetgJ regulations In Ihe matter of declaring emcgencles.- I'ntil the city shall have reached 100,000 the salaiv of ea.:i of the com mUsloncrs, exce pt th presi-lent of the board, shall be $1 000 a year, and that of the president IVMh). After thr- iwj.tXIO mark Is reich-d $.'..i'sb Hhal! be for the president and li.r.OO for the other members. In event of death or re-.ignaUon of one of the commissioners during his term of office the vacancy shall he fil'ed by a majority vote of the board. City moneys, as provided in the OOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOQ TODAY'S MARKETS. Chicago, Ills, Jan. wheat closed at i-14 at $l.u:i :t I. May com f.7 l 4c; July at f,T 3 1( Kansas City Crain. Kansas City . iu . J..n wheat Closed at $1.08 at 97 MO. Kay corn t tfaj o :.-X; July O closed at O Jul v at the same figure O O Kansas City Livestock Kansas City, Mo., Jan. 4. Twelve thousand cattle were re O 0 Q O 0 3 0 eetred with market ten lower O Hog: 0 er. o -Receipts, K hlnh O 000 OOOO OOOOO OOOO 0 section governing the city treasurer. Shall be deposited In the bank mal; ing highest bid In an offer of let. est on dally deposits, such bide not, to he less than 2 11 per cent, however, in ihe arrangements for ihe depart ment of municipal judge there is a clause setting apart separate deien tien ami trial tor Juvenile offenders In the matter of ward divisions the following provision Is listed: "Solely for charter forming nnd school district purposes Ihe hoard lmine.ll ateiy upon its election shall divide Ihe city Into live wards, the division being subject lo alteration by the body." All existing ordinances of the citv not in conflict with the charter lb ill remain in full force and effect. No city official shall he paid for his services in fees . it i hall be unlawful for any candi date lor otllee o promise to tinvone employnteht under his position or through his power in the event of his elect Ion. No officers or candidate for Office shall hi- lot eras ted In any Job or con tract to he let to the city. Commissioners Removable by Vote. in the mgtter of Inefficiency-, the removal of any commissioner who 'hall have become obnoM.nis to Ihe people is provided as follows: Upon a pel I Jon signed by 2." per cent id' the qua)) led voters of lb,, ell-- II shall be ihe i uiy of the president of the hoard In call a general vote on the question, and on that vote the ii-ntov it may be made This clause leave all (iuchIIoiih of flual choice and ultl Qxate satisfaction or dissatisfaction hack to Ihe general public, upon Whose chi eti he the commissioners tire s, Federal Jiidg,, J. II. Colteral this afternoon held a brief session of United Slates circuit and dls trie I courts A number of motions and de mill. ers were passed upon ami sev eral bankruptcy case- disposed of. TO THROW IIP SPDNSf Bootleggers Apparently Have Won Fight Aflninst Prohibi tion Enforcement Special to ully Leader. Muskogee, Okla,. Jan. I, 11 look- H If the bootleggers have won their light in Muskogee county, and the' tlte attempts (d the stale and (1111111' officers in cope with ttie situation is at au and, The county commissioner have come to the conohislon thai 11 i : lolly lo keep Up llle enormous 01 penst of paying fees to deputy slier uis and enforcement officers, when i.o results are obtained except to nil I In- Joints IPd drug stores and GOUfil (ale whatever liquor there Is In sight There are now cases In tin nerler court for alleged violations ot the prohibition law. judge UcCaiu o the superior court, and Y. J Crump, prosecuting attorney, an- de baling whet her these cases shall be I carried on through the courts, or mopped from the dochels, as it would appear useless to attempl to push tin prosecutions further unless the com, ty agrees lo pay ihe costs Incurred by the officers who make tin- raids There ate deputy sheriffs, policemen ami other officials who. It. Is aileg ,-d, are mailing up fee bills as high .is f.'.no per month each for raiding joints, and the county officials hav. about decided that this expense will bankrupt the county, joints are running wide open, it Is sld there trtj forty bars running ti luskogo. places gui i mm On account of J. 11. Dilbe, k. ;uia DllWOtth, ilie llarrah bank robber, who Confined in the MethodUt hospital here, growing much better tmi stronger, Sheriff Mahoney today placed a guard In his mom to pre vent his attempting to make an es cape. Dltbeck being kept here on Seconal Of the Oklahoma coutily jsjl being ipiii-aniineil for smallpox. PHILANTHROPIST S DEM IS HI UNEXPECTED (By Ai-sociated Press.) New York. Jan. !. Xews of the slid. len death of D. O. Mills, philan t! ropho and nnancier. which occurred last night at his California winter borne, was received with sorrow he:. Ills withdrawal from business and active Interest In various philan throptc enterprises because of ill health had somewhat prepared his friends for ihe sad news, however. n ri n i r tt i i sJUulLI I i nmiiin u I I I U I ML. PENNILESS D. A. R. THIEF, STOLE THOUSANDS, PROVES SHE IS NOW POOR WAS OF QUIET TASTES AND LIVEO FRUGALLY Washington Members are Puz zled as to What Be came ot Money Washington, Ji : convei s it Ion he Daugbt) i ot i .ion Just now I f the society w in, 4 The one topto among members of he American Revol- ft un- use an official ho nl If. red 'i I cfs of houssnos c y, she is M i mane gf ihe niou in of extremely m not nearly us hiy salary word In t ioo:n In a lor lav, when she I lie prt Ve 1 Unit quiet tt, well gg warranl ; l.on I'll I tig cnnlcssed tier mom lid live; IQUSO, V' her audi she had not n dollar in t v WOI ..1 (UitKiiie ot nei' s.'ii.lfy, wiilcli S! ,c I au drawn a few d lys betare Her asso-a.es and coworker say her life app.tr aiily has no hlddtn s lery, end tn.it afic st')i'.'ag at leatt 11,000 a year tor eight or tea yearn end living in a mosi frucal tuaarer, oj ii" slid Vi:r.1 how sr.-: can he without money. An auditing firm hen (..'h i c.bHrge of the D. A. It. oflices n:i, !.- ;MV..ittt;a(ing each department JPItey .'. tl! t ot make a tutemmu a.- i. the extent of t Ir ibscovct if, . quill t'.lcll lllVCStifcktlOit is finished. Will Not P ovjeute Tbief One of the in n icrs of Ike foclety lei It be undo s:o ),; yestordaf fhftt n, u only w -"- ln'.-rs suhscriblnif for Llie magott'iie ril' I, hu :ht other mall was robbed, They say the re nnrt of the audtllng c-aiitlee whrn it completes i: tnvejilgtitlon, w',11 bo astounding as to 'he amount stolen. The gocletv will pnsiM'cly not prose rnte, In us milch as the wnntiiii las spent the motley, ni matter how grout ihe a:no 'lit ihe :beft u.wr in-. The I'ld'tov w .11 establish a f ys im of rcn'l'ns the UMil and ruuula the money ranu - Ions attch as is em ployed in lie- first ctrAs banks 'hn present adtelnw ra' On, headed JH? Scott of I" .to i, n, 111.. preM dent general, which is serving '. first year, is determined to run ev crylhlng on a business basis. Tho clerh now employed, who hold their positions through "pull" instead of merit, will be replaced with more com patent ones. A SUE AI UN SCHOOL Considerable iclt( ment prevailed at tin- Lincoln colored school early this morning when tin excited teach ei seeing a great volume of steam ..lining up from the boiler room and i. ..in 'Ii atlla .ors caused by ,ttl lanitor allowing mo much cool wafer to . liter Ihe boiler, gate the tiro ilaiiii Tti.- Indents, who have been vi H drilled ..ti practice tire mnrcbee. were out of the building in a jiffy. No damage ol any kind to ihe boiler er beating plani Is reported by Prln i lpal (I C Pe rv of the school. NSTAB President Tali's Mind Chances Like Weathenrane on Public Questions (By Associated Proas.) 'a: hingion, Jan. 4. Another change In President Taft's program oi special messages to congress w announced today. It was stated that the message on the Interstate com weree law ptohably would cot go to , .ngress until Monday or Tuesday. Ihe anti-trust message is still sched uled for Thursday. It was said today that, the President ired i" consult further with mem of the interstate commerce com loo ami the senate aud house be fore sending the message. . Mdoj Tan wi'l send to congress ;i papers and the reiort of the at il concerning the Glavia charges against Bellinger. I Bp 6B9 BHShRBh t' H