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Mth4Ui yrta i4 fxoss i"rr Tccfc. mjS wffl Tbtmrs la 1I7 rt tt Pwiae J Ban Fra eiv. ; rn.rn Vat BMm -1ll pirtkdt is k U vott aa3 nlMt drUe a ' Chrliuuj dijr Ta rtmaiap will on-, tail BortbeaEt ; tie 141 caaip ia Br L paitar. Una, tmi m4 bori irin pmietpat Jn the drtr: asd la bJjf Uh lunch afusr the irerl! li esptartrl. Vhile drltllas , well on hli farm. three ralle wet of Mutual. C A. Mllei ttruck ftii eight or nlne-lt Tela of wht fipf-zxt to bs a Rood fjuaHtr of coal. nuilni men there are Jub ilant, and a propect abaft will be unit at once The YHn-was found at a depth of ilztr-3re feeL Item frora "Indian Section" of tho Colour Courier, "rjoesle Throwin? Water ha twin boy babies born De cember 2, Ted and Ned. Their mother wanted someone from the tchool to name the twins, o Mrs. Email narae4 tbetn ai above Some old In lam tar, "We have plenty good can dy to eat and many other fancy fruit no salt, but sweet candy.' " During tho laat few days there ban been a rapid and tery pronounced de velopment among the democrats of Guthrie of n Mntlrnent In favor of a woman ai the nrt postmaster. It Is rged that no democrat In the city has donu rnor- and stronger work for thss success of Wilson In that city and county than Mrs. Kr-becca Finch, tho president of the women's chanter of W.rt Pio ' fit t r -1'.. 2- z fyt.-r-1't'o Tit ypt-rr-t-rt r -es t 3a --trrai:tti. jut Stk cnas tarai wr fK f Cbt Mctjsc s t "Jifti ii-t Soar. wx Kt5ii t-2 yrt csa ea wiai estcra Ti2abi ---r ti encrr WW a- ii- mst- uda tar ytasttf -ica-. tit iiJ r?ar .t-i ---riit. jjjtafca,,,. Jea 3tTn o Sk jjis wri tar T-w-t -i ab iwt k -jt lintr'i nun U ii ur Aan'M ;ucti otjmcQk. i li A mk .t j ma tt- yrsmc hue Jsiy. Jx o-iti Jnto:-,iir Ttoc vjst k vtj akstrTr a ixj ttaa jt Hi7-?uaMMtr sraiy. vrj 1 liiadl r rs tka o. tS JEJSwerwaa jJta;tar iujj Jit .:.tj!. -rfes; l c ir exsti of ' M wti sm wrwtn. 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C tor wbick a way r-sa&s srpes. Srta.ry Ktox Uitesed to the rai lag of Use ot sub4 proposed to take tie tau-r od-r eareial ceaildra ttac, wfclch be flt woeld rehire tome1 .1 .. -. ..j' tlsMi. It has ko strongly IsUmated Is Sri! etrei aow-rer. that it was ibJi arrest in ft "-ago last January tie pTs Meat's tcu-stion to settle tils ' Holloway s'co and killed Ed Starr ix3rtaat 4eKlo before closlsx his In a pistol duel at Tulsa In l&ftS. as a adMialKiratkB. by having th senate riult of a quarrel which grew out agree tit sbmlt i' to arbitration or, of a dispute over 'he division of spoils pW-rMy. by A taore dfreet naai ' from a bank robVry, but was released of as agreement b'w-en the two de- after his preliminary examination on cUtoaf. rfrred to ih the British cote. , the ground of self defense. Kir Edward Grey begins his note vitb. the statement that the president .ROOSEVELT FLAY does not felly appreciate the British j THE IDAHO COURT point of view and has misunderstood 1 even the note of July S. He says the British government does not seek to prevent the Uai-d States from grant ing subfldlc-s to its own shipping pass ing through the racal, nor does It seek to deprive the Pnlted Slates of any liberty which 1 open to either them selves or to any other nation, to en courage Its own shipping or own com m..... . -u .u,.,u. . wu ,- merce by subsidies The purpose of' the United States In negotiating the Hay-Pauncefote treaty was to recover their freedom of objection and obtain the right which they had surrendered In the Clayton-Bulwer treaty te con tract the canal bemselves. Son Killed But Father Live Seattle, WaBh C. A. Johnson, an tnglnecr, after fai'lng to effect a re-1 pagn pian and at the afternoon Bes conciliation with hU wife, picked up ion when progreslesc leaders from bis 6-year-old son and ran In front of . various parts of the country told of passenger train The boy war. killed but the father was tossed aside with a broken leg and ncnlp wounds, Simu is. tij- fcsisiiitajais-t trciilru c tit csr "tT-rTtt?" 3rft. xATvi is 1 r wvitlj- tzivyrz. til iarvtr sii C404jrvl L& TTTZlst Cri'it. -XJ tii)ji tiinrr is ti jict LTtlmrsafci si! tit SUftfiit TTtst lit MUSI'S fcK u i " rwlier - rvtai5s. -Ki tt ccitr ana 'OsasErr' Kiuirf: usl Jrti Xc C.r. 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He d.-.fttd ir.to Orltboi City ''Ajerz. iii ecae frots Texas, wi-- ire was waitevi for basic robbery as.i attenpt4 tsrder. He was ss4r J.Ov? bo&d la that ttate asd lrt ill tsretJes to make It Cool O: t-ft- wu r?im in iit- v, ' rtrsrt: to Texas wbDe he was in Otla-1 to QUj. bat w-hoct scccesi Liter t came lato protslneace by reason c " CiTe commiuee meeunzs every bis claim tiat twe of his pals had at- 7 be?innls January 5. it Is ex tempted to fctfl hla ner the stock J P"t5 t devote 1 day to each sched vards It latr dvloted that he had I cl,J- tboeib, if necessary, two das shot himself Is crier to prevent his j ImmedUte removal to Texas. He e- captd from the b?iplttl following tiat 1 . . . m - ... affair and was r'o heard of here until Defeated Candidate for President Leading Figure at Progressive I. eve Feast It CbJeajo. Colonel Theodore Roose velt, Geo. W. Perkins tad Miss Jane Addams headed a list of speaker at the national conference of the progres- , here cM , RoosevelL dl- . , gressing from a prepared speech, at tacked the Idaho state supreme court for its decision during the recent cam paign regarding presidential electors. Mr. Perkins was the center of attrac tion when It became known that cer tain of his fellow progreslves had started a movement to oust him from the party. Miss Addams presented a most comprehensive educational cam their experiences in U-e recent cam paign, the conference developed Into a lov feast. Jams W. Cr. rvin; t-i th &tsv tt-w!it tJiit. wa tlKtH ;ytfnsr e Cha. EGG MARKEJMN PANIC R.fSittifta Wiie That The Price WHI Reach . Lsw Lre CiStao. Fcr-y-eii: n raiiid dor tz. et5 a toal cf 5S5.W5, were ircTTs creriiiri by local specula ten tt a kui of 2 cr.ts a doren. Tier trfe to eel rid of Mrera! tioHs iMi tsare. tt occH lad so takers. Tie pttic ;s dae to tie collapte of tit Iriiit-; i. redtla? from the ticiiti2 of tie price committee of 1 the Cika.ro VsUer aid eg? board. J CorzrJistoi es tay tie price of -5?i is i drop to the bottom theJ' ' ' ""1th OTer J.500.- "- ctf-e ti cK storarc e??s will try? to 1 ceats a dozen before Jan crrr 1. ciltss serere weather Inter- t . .. . .. , ., Acraniiis 10 tee atociauon mfrfr art iCiJM cass 0: egrs now in rtorar 34U7i aore than last year. Hoi! cf tiwe zre held by small, spec- ; cbtor who borrowed to purchase last I sprtzr or rot toiss on receipts after ' tit er?s iad bea stored. Latt cf the Allen. "WytieTille, Va, Final settlement 0 u l- cases restating from the kll- lIS o: nve pertoas in the HUlsrille coart- .is by the Allen clan on March li- 'r reached when SIdna AUen pieaaea pcuty to tecotxi degree murder for WDliis Sheriff Webb, and Wesley Edwards pleaded -raflty to thre ciaryes pesdlag against hlcx. Thirty flTe years ia the pesiteatary is tie penalty Sldaa Alien wil pay. Allen's aphew. Wesly Edwards, will spend twesty sifn year. In the pealtentar; Tariff Revlilrr. n int Sestisn Wasfclrgtoa. Tboroock rem.oii : tie preseat tariff law by the next congress was Indicated by the dec!- s,3 ?3 democratic majority of & bo-u-e ways and means committee H allowed. By merging two or oi the minor scehdules with the adJo!iag Important ones, the com r-ltM MT-t Jft pot thmnoh -lfc Ittee expects to get through with the bearings by the end of January. Fcstbalt Receipts Heavy. SwU. 5-eeJers to Meet. Arnarillo, Tex. The Northwestern Texas Swine Breeders Association will hold Its annual convention here Jan uary 17. Robbing the Red Man. Washington. Rapacious land sharki mostly of a low and undesirable class are swarming like butzards around the 30,000 restricted ndians of the Five Civilized tribes, waiting to and actually carrying on swindles and fraud against the red men, acordlng tc the statement of George Vaux, Jr., a member of the board of lnllan com missioners, who conducted an Invest! gatlon in Oklahoma last May and whose report in incorporated in th annual report of the board. Other Clerks Had Access To Cage Chicago Testimony that numerous jersons were permitted to enter the cage of the assorting teller of the United States sub-treasury where mil flons of dollars were kept, prior to the disappearance of 1173,000, was gven In defense of George W. Fitzgerald on trial for alleged embezzlement o' the funds. Frank J. Walsh, clerk ol the crlmlnat court, formerly employed as a vault clerk In the sub-treanury, declared It was a common thing fu other tellers to eo Into Fitzgerald"! cage on business. ' Grsne. "bat approacies a taaj siieii cJril war exlfU at Jay. tie sew eoxrty tat cf Delaware wnaty, la tie qearrel between tie cixea of Oii Jay aad New Jay, lor xseskm oi tit ewe h&ste. Tie goreraor ias bet.3 uke4 o sd Xzxsjih to sove ti- recwrds U Ke-w Jay, la tie fe of as araed mob Declarisg tbat "eosrt decree look Hie krre lette-rs." the oitlxetu of OM Jay still are boVdia'; tie tort. Sgsra tively ard la fact The deci of 'b-r sapretae ecmrt is the mandamus wilt araiaxt tie oouaty officials caaaot be "aioreed exent i; aid of the state zailitia. as tie oonatv official are nrs'ral and are preventeid from executing the court's order by a mob of fifty arznd m-c. In tie amb are men trained In tie ae of 2r arms, and they are In possesion ai hard-shooting rifles, which they free ly display. Some of the officials are rtlll with th records in tblr office, but prac tically no buslneBH Is going on. The pitched battle that was sched t'ed to take plac did not transpire, for the reason thai-Sheriff Bud Thorn ason could not secure a cufllclent num ber of possernen to render probable the successful carrying out of his pur pose of securing the records and carry ing out the orders of the court and the county commissioners. Citizens Fear to Serve. The sheriff still Is seeking deputies, but only a few men can be secured. Private individuals, realizing that to carry out the court's order means bloodshed, and possibly death, shirk the duty. , The holding up and assaulting of Enforcement Officer Sherdon served to indicate the desperate determina tion of the mob that controls the courthouse at Old Jay. County Judge W. C Hall. In a state ment s-aid: "The rnajortiy of the resi dents of this county are law-abiding and are looking to the covernor of Oklahoma to send state troops to save bloodshed and restore order." That Is th way people here are viewing the situation. It is not believed that bloodshed can be avoided If the rec ords are remov unless It is done undr the protection of the state militia. The last census gives a population of less than SO for both Jays com bined. PEACE ENVOv HAVE ARRIVuO !N LONDON Will Begin Sessions at Once to Dis cuss Ending the Bal kan Wart London. The Greek. Servian and Montenegrin peace commissioners ar rived In London from Paris. They were greeted at the Charing Cross station by a cosmopolitan crowd, which Included members of the varl ous legations. The Greek premier. M. Vnlzelos. and other delegates expressed appre ciation of their Indebtedness to the British government's courtesy and earnest hope for this speedy and suc cessful conclusion pf their mission. M. Venlzelos said they were deter mined to do their tttmos't to gain a lasting peace and desired hereaftei to be tho best of friends with tht Turk Details of tSe procedure anil the date cf the first meeting of the con ference will not be arranged until all the delegate? arrive. Sir Edward Grey, British foreign mlnlstor. will attend the opening meeting and mak a short speech of welcome. There Will be. One Vacant Chair Washington Representative Chas C. Bowman of the Eleventh Pennsyl vania district was defeated by the house by passage of a resolutlou de claring that corrupt practices had been used In his election In 1910. At the same time the house refused to seat George R. McLean, his democratic opponent- It was charged that he had been guilty of the same practices. Tho seat will be vacant until March 4, when It will be filled by John J. Caaey, a democrat elected In Korea-ber.