The Shawnee Daily Herald. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 4, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 16, 1910 Page: 4 of 6
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THF. SHAWNEE DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1910.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
Ooorl 5-ronin plastered 1ioii*p with lot 55x140, well
located plow to ear line nnd paved street; mortgage
$(>50; pavalile $15 per mouth; will trade equity for
well located vacant lots;
FOK EXC'JIANGB—8-rooin two-story residence
with nice pair of lots; will take $1500 in cheap Texas
lands, gouts, cattle, horses and mules; or Oklahoma
City vacant property, balance in note $1000, pay-
able in five equul payments of $200 ;
8 per cent interest; price.
PiO acres of land three miles from Okemah, .Okla.;
will trade tor desirable Shawnee prop-
MO-acre fruit and truck farm; two miles from Shaw-
nee, 1200 fruit trees; 4-room house, barn, well, etc.;
will trade for Shawnee property or sell IpOCftrt
"a easy terms: price JpJOUU
Good 40-acre bottom farm, two miles from Shaw-
nee, 35 acres in cultivation, balance in timbered pas-
ture; soil dark sandy loam; fine for alfalfa, truck,
poultry and hog raising; 4-room frame house, barn,
well, etc.; mortgage $1000, due three years at 8 per
cent; will trade equity for Shawnee tfOEfiliSTl
property; price $<39UU
LAMBARD-HART REALTY AND INVESTMENT COMPANY
22 East Main Street. SHAWNEE, OKLAHOMA.
THREE PROMINENT LOCAL FAN-
CIERS HEAD LIST—PRE-
PARE FOR SHOW.
A canvass of (he votes recently
'cast at the annual election of offi
>ers of the Oklnhoma brancn of Hi
American Poultry AHSociation, whim
Twas made yesterday by the • xOcutlv.
committee in season ai Kagl* ' hall
; shows that three promlneut Shawne.
/•poultry fanciers have been fleeted f>
s executive offices. Ch«s. F. Barrett
and W. P. Smalley were elec ti•<! pres-
ident and secretary, respectively. W.
M, Long ml re was elected to serve
on the executive committee ill pIa<M
of (\ (\ Hawk.
Mr. Smalley was elect <1 delegate
Jto the national convention to he held
Hn St. Louis for one week, beginning
August 14. Ai this convention, Mr.
Smalley will ask that a state lecturer
he ti>.lit to Oklahoma in ihe interests
of the association.
, In preparation for the annual aim*
poultry show which is t^> be held at
Snawnee this winter, secretaries were
chosen to arrange for the various ex-
hibits of poultry by classes, it
the aim of th
make this the most success
ing In the history of the stae asb
local association to
HON C 6 RoLXfS LEA+INQ dover n
Hia Fuisht across English chamot-.i ,
by a%ul tmomj soj*
A POLICY TO HER FATHER.
After Announcing Her Death, Doctor
Crippcn Sent the Insurance
New York. July 15. The woman
whose body was found under Hie
cement floor of Dr. Hawley Crip-,
l ens' home at Islington, London, las'
night, was Cc-a Marsin-;. r before her
marriage to Crippen, She w;i born
I* Brooklyn Her- father, two brott
ers and a. sisltjr Jtve Ihere and an i
other sister lives at Newport. H I
Belle Elmore's father. Frtdericl
^iarslrger of 1.8.1 drove >ttree* I
.Williamsburg, said that Ue hjtd no
heard directly from his^ daughter
^'ora. for more than six months 1:
March of this year he got a lefie
from Dobtor' Crippcn sityhig tha
Cora was dead, and th#; the bod;
had been cremated. Crippen inclos ti
a policy for $74 in the Metropolitan
Company , on the life of his wife
made payable in case of her drat I
to her* father. Mai singer wrote to
Doctor Crippen for details about tin
death of his daughter, but got dm
Julius Marsinger and Fred Mar
alnger, her brothers, live In Brook
lyn. Her sister. Mrs. Theresa Hah ti,
lives at !•! Lucas avenue. Brooklyn,
and Mrs Robert H Mills, the other
sister, lives at 107- Second stree',
Newport, H, 1. At about thi time
she wenP to London. Mrs. Crippen
Mh kU • itKlp struck. Stye* employed
a t.ilented press agent who concoct-
ed a story to the effect that she
was the daughter of a Polish noble-
man and heiress to the title and
estates of the Baroness Makomnski
of Poland. This sort of information
printed in the newspapers was good
advertising for Mrs. Crippen or Bella
101 more. She permitted her friends
in London to think that six wifs
rcatly p. counters, but her father
was a Williamsburg retail grocer
who never saw Poland In his life.
How.C.S Koll,3 Preparing tok mis Channel Flight
city a pop
DELEGATION TO OMAHA.
al convention of
lie I tors and write
in Omaha n«~xt
. July 15.—Ole
Daughdrill, H \
H. C. Martin an
nd Keeschen will
d< I" tatei to le:
attend the riati
s whjch will ni<
New York. July 15. Announce
ment has Just tuou made ot an in-
teresting eiigiigemctit (hut of Mi*.
Katbetine Reynard of No. .".40 Weat
Kightyaixth street, to Mr. Adolph C.
Bchviftil/. uiiij son or Mr and Mm.
Anion Schwarlz of this city.
Mlha Reynard was educated in
ronvc-nt of the Sailed Hoar-, A!an
hatt'inville, and later she perfected
herself in language! in
VitA'Ul. 8ho returned
Venice and I row for
Oetooe" aud in February she w*do
her debut. Klie is verj pretty aud
popular among a large circle oi
friend a. No date has been eec fox
Mi-is Romia 'oeephlne ScbvurV..
ibe (laughter of Mr. nnd Mrs Anion
Schwartz is now the wife nf Mt
George E. liuppert of .Ne Vork Mr.
and Mrs. Schwartz, will leave uu
board the Georae Washington tumor-
an extended tour of (i. r-
COMMITTEE APPOINTED TO AR-
RANGE FUR THE CELEBRA.
TION OF LABOR DAY.
At a jueeting of the Shawnee
Trades Assembly held Thursday
evehlng, the following officers wue
cclct.d for the ensiling year; Pr.-s 1-
dent, J. A. Crabb; vice president, J.
Baker; financial secretary. Sam At-
kins; recording secretary, \V. T.
Maxwell; treasurer. Clint Tullis H.
(' Myers ■ was el-i-ird chairman of
the executive eommjttee of whi.'h
W. I'. Maxwell, Sam Atkins and T
;\. Shores are also nepben,
A eommittee was appointed to ar
range for a parade aud other appro-
prime exercises on Labor Day when
It, is hoped thai the co-operation
of merchants and others will he en
listed in fittingly celebrating the day.
H. C. Myt rs is also chairman of this
BOARD TO MEET.
Special to The Herald.
Guthrie. OK la.. July J5.-r-Th* state
board of equalization will hold a
meeting ill Oklahoma City Monday
with a view of completing the equali-
sation of county assessments for 19 • o
taxes. Result* Will have to be certi-
fied to the county excise boards be-
fore July :to in order to hive com-
pliance with the law passed during
Ihe special seslon. Meeting of n.t
board was held in Oklahoma city a
itiw days jii-c. but onl> half the coin
had reported their assessments
of personal property and real .-stale
Meetings there are termed In Ihe r ■
as conferences nnd final anion
it is understood, will be done over in
Guthrie, mi s to avoid conflict Willi
the court's injunction or future ques-
tion of legality The state hoard has
already certified to counties all <f
ihe public service figures ex cent
those ol the Pullman and tntlroan
cjirr.paniiTiie valuation of ;i 2;jj.
Mil places upon the Western IJnioa
lele rsph Companj has been taken
the .Iiprcme court on appeal under
law oi iitc special session p..
mlltlnn appeals from the stale board
to the sup eme court and from coun-
hoarda to ilist rid cotirts.
DIES A3 REULT OF FALL.
Special to The Herald.
Anadarko okla, July IB.-Jark
Ward, familiarly known throughout
this section as "llappy Jack ' Ml
<l"«n a, stairway here today and re.
cclved Injuries from which lie diej
within an hour.
Uimlon, Julv I,",. —Charles S. Rills,
one of Britain'.; famous aviators, was
dashed to instant death in bh Wright
acroplan< while making a flight nt
Bo.immouth. The hero of the chan-
nel flight fell 100 ftet. to his death,
while thou sain i \ looked on. He was
a. |. oneer in aeronautics and was to
hav,e contested in the coming inter*
natbnal cup events. His receut flight
across tli Kglish channel excite 1
" . ... ... CI ,i ' AUII'MII
home last J many, Austria aud Italy.
Herald Wants bring results
TWO YEARS EACH
FOR CAR THIEVES
THREE PLEADED GUILTY IN SU-
PERIOR COURT TO ROBBING
ROCK ISLAND CARS.
J E. T.ight, 10d McQrew and J. E.
Perry w.r- sentenced yesterday by
Superior Judge Abernathy to serve
two years each In the state peniteu-
ttarv ,i: , McAelster after entering
pleas of guilty to robbing cars oa
the Rock Island and Santa Ke rail-
The men wore captured last Sat
urday b> the crew of a Santa Ke
freight rain who gave chace after
discovering that the caboose of th' -
irain had been broken Into during thi
absence. The men were seen no;
far from the cars nnd their capiors
merely suspected that these might
be the men who broke Into the cat.
Much of the booty they had taken
from thi caboose and from an elec-
trical equipment car on the Rock
Island was found In their possession.
SUMMER SCHOOLS CLOSING. !
Guthrie, Okla., July 15.—The state
inmmer schools, too in number, are
closing. Teachers' certificates are toi
be issued from ail i
THREE HELD FOR
ALLEGED OFENDERS AT POLITI
CAL MEETINGS BOUND OVER
TO THE GRAND JURY.
•The many disturbances which havs
arisen at recnt political gatherings
when candidates for count yoffices
were speakers, h'as resulted In the
arrest of six alleged disturbers, all *>f
whom were given a hearing in the
Justice court at VVanette yesterday
and held under Tjonds to await tile
'action of the grand jury.
Two of the arrests, followed m
attack recently upon Ed Thurman.
who resides several miles northwest
of Wanette. I( had been announced
that several candidates for county
offices would speak at the Adel!
school house. Previous meetings of
this kind hold In the vicinity had
been attended with considerable dis-
order and in order that the mcstin^
at the Adel! school house might be
held under favorable conditions, Mr.
rhurman, who is one of the most
respected residents .of ihat vicinity
approached some of the men who
were thought to have been instru-
mental in starting the disturbances
and requested that they do nothing
to interfere with the meeting.
The meeting was held and while
Mr. Thurman was on his way to his
home he was set upon and sever'y
beaten as aresuli of which he was
confined to his house for seveial
laude Dodson, oJhn Robinson,
John McCurdy, Robert MeCurdy
George Robinson and Willie Thomas
were arrested, charged with being im-'
plicated in the assault and all were
held under bonds, ihat of Dodson be-
in^ fixed at $1(100.
S. P. Freeling of this city defended
tile men and Deputy County • Attor-
ney Hunter Jonnoon represented the
ELEVEN MILES OF
TRYING TO FORM PLAN.
Special to The Herald.
Muskogee, Okla., July 18.—Fifteen
attorneys from all parts of the east-
ern part of Oklahoma are here hold-
ing a conference with government at-
torneys with a view of getting at
some plan to appeal the 30,000 ali'-ri-
ntlon suits to the United Slates su-
preme court and still incorporate all
the many questions to come up. The
plan is to pick out the suits cover-
ing the different Indian phases and
hold back the large majority of tho
cases until the questions have been
settled with a test case. The gnv-
rnjnent two years ago brought .1(1,-
00" suits against people who hail
made partial deals to buy Indian
lands, for the sole purpose of clear-
ing the. title to the lands of "the In-
dians. The case was decided recent-
ly in tlie Tnited State scireuit com t
' St, Louis in favor of the govern-
ment. the court holding that the in-
dlans wore wards of the governmenL
The contention of the defense i.- that
till Indian Is a citizen of the United
States and not a ward of the gov-
WORK ON INTERURBAN COV
NECTING OKLAHOMA CITY AND
SHAWNEE IS PROGRESSING.
W. M. Davis, superintendent of the
"avis Construction Company which
has the contract for the grading
of the Shawnee-Oklahoma City inUr-
urban, was in Shawnee yesterday.
Mr. Davis says,the company has thir-
ty teams steadily at work, and thit.
by the first of August the grade will
lie completed to Centerville, eleven
miles-out from Oklahoma City.
Work on Ihe Shawnee end of ihe
line is In progress and while the
grading force is limited, there has
beeu no cessation in the work.
RACING AT WINDSOR,
Windsor, Ont„ July IB.- Several
notable horses are ntered in the Fron-
tier handicap, to-be run tomorrow as
Ihe inaugural day feature at the
Windsor summer meeting. The -a<-
ing at the local track will conliune
'<i July 27. In addition to ihe Ire.,-
tier, which is a mile and a furious
worth $2000, the stakes are:
Ontario stakes; Pont Chartain, sel'-
inx, ti furlongs: Essex handicap, J\,r
2-year-olds, 5 1-2 furlongs, Detroit
slakes, for 2-year-olds, 5 furl.'tigs.
Windsor selling stakes, t It m hs,
Ferry handicap, one mil<-.
Herald Wants bring results.
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Several of my friends want to use it, and I want ta
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For two or three years my hair had been
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Harlow, Victor E. The Shawnee Daily Herald. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 4, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 16, 1910, newspaper, July 16, 1910; Shawnee, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc104708/m1/4/: accessed February 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.