The Shawnee Daily Herald. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 137, Ed. 1 Monday, January 9, 1911 Page: 4 of 4
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THE SHAWNEE HERALD, MONDAY, JANUARY 9, 1911
One ol the Snawueo players, Hew:
lett, (at second center), who also
touched the floor too hard was forc-
ed to stop playing, her place being
taken by Swltzer. Time was soon
called and the score stood 18 to 11
In Shawnee's favor. The score made
by Pauls Valley In this game was
the same as they made In the game
Cabl of Pauls Valley referreed the
§ entire game and under the circum-
I stances gave both teams a square
doal. Isle, Pauls Valley's coach, and
Miss Nunn were time-keepers, and
Wiley, the local's coach, was um-
pire. The line-up of the two teams
was ns follows:
Shawne—H. Gist, R. F.; 1-.
Schnelter, L. F.; F. Hewlett, C; It
Sims, S. C.; F. Hatcllff, L. G.; L.
Fauble. R. G.
Pauls Valley—L. McNalwam, R.
p.; M. Terry, L. F.; A. Taylor, C.;
J. Petchell, S. S. Veutress, L. G.;
M Home, R. G
RIDES ON THE BRAKE BEAMS
Newaboy Traverses Country From
Coast to Coast and From
Canada to the Qulf,
New York.—Harry Blanche, nine-
teen, who sells newspapers In New
York When be Is not riding on the
brake beams of a railroad car, has re-
oently returned to the city from a 20,-
000-mlle trip to 260 American cities.
Blanche Is ambitious to be known as
the "King of the Newsboys." and In
order to prove his klcgshlp he sold
newspapers In all of the cities he visit-
ed, and brought back with him the
badges of the newsboys' unions and or-
ganizations In all of the cities he vis-
The boy left the Grand Central sta-
tion on June 1 for Albany. He walked
L P HOLT WILL CALL
|A MEETING OF THE*
WILL convene to consider
proposed legislation af-
fecting their office.
Taste is the
Best Syrup Test
You can't go wrong if you trust
your palate. Have you tasted
THREE DEFENDANTS IN A GOV
Three of the individual defendants
in the Government's suit to break
up the so-called Steamship trust.
From top to bottom—Emll L. Boas,
Gustav H. Schwab aud William
Ooverly. The suit, which was
cently begun in the United States
Circuit Court of New York charges
that all the transatlantic lines are
combined to monopolize steerage or
immigrant traffic, in violation of the
Sherman anti-trust law. The lines
named in the complaint most of
them officered by the above named
men are: The Cunard, White Star
lied 'Star, International Mercantile
Marine, International Navigation, An-
chor, Hamburg-American North Ger-
man Lloyd, Holland-American, Rusi
slan. I'iast Asiatic, Dominion, Allan
and Canadian Pacific.
County Attorney C. P. Holt Will is-
sue a call tomorrow for a meeting
of county attorneys of the state. This
call is issued upon the request of over
fifty attorneys from various parts of
the state and will be held in Okla-
homa City some time this week. This
meeting will consider legislation to
be proposed at this session of the
legislature which affects the county
attorney's office and will also take
up many other matters of the county
attorneys. Mr. Holt has prepared a
number of bills to be introduced at
this session which bills are now In
the hands of the representatives of
this county for introduction.
SHAWNEE GIRLS WIN
IN BASKET BALL GAME
PEDBLEB'S LICENSE LAW
CHICAGO MAN THOUGHT HE
COULD SELL, WITHOUT PER
MIT, GOODS OF OWN MAKE.
A Chicago man was arrested Satur-
day evening and tried in police court
on the charge of peddling without u
license. He was vending a garter
which he said his wife and himself
manufactured, and he was of the be-
lief that since (he article he was
selling was of his own make he was
permitted to sell it without a license.
He said further that he had not been
asked for a license in Oklahoma City
nor in any city in which he had done
business. The Judge believed the
city ordinance against peddling with-
out license embraced his case and
gave him tho minimum fine of $10,
it. You'll recognize the real flavor of unadulterated sugar cane
even if you never tasted it before. Instinct will say right off,
"That's it. That's the real thing." After you've
tasted Velva taste any other kind. You can
tell the difference right away even if you
don't know what makes the difference.
There are a great many part-cane syrups
• M1I& Part corn husks, part cane; part this and that.
Velva is the pure juice of the finest sugar
cane that grows. We crush it out and
clarify it, and can it in individual cans.
It has that "Before the War" taste.
Your can is waiting for you at
Penick & Ford. I>d.-
Into the area of trains through a pas-
sage which was being used by work-
men. He wore overalls and easily
passed for one of the gang. He has
no use for freight trains, and always
rides, not on, but beneath passenger
cars. Railroad men do not look for
stowaways there as frequently as they
do on freight trains.
During the four and a half months
that hs has been away from New York
Blanche went as far south as Jackson-
ville, Fla., and as far north as Quebec,
Canada, as far west as San Francisco^
said as far east an Boston.
An Honest Man
IS A CHARMING YOUNG WOMAN
Haltn Taft, the Pre ld«nt'« Daughter,
Hu a Sincere Manner and It
TO BE RETIRED SOON
„„„ JP,- . W«.ihln*ton -Oc« of the principal
remitting one-half of It on the pay- i topics of conrersatlon amoni mem-
merit of 5. The fine was paid. bera of tho social sot In Washington
this fall la tho debut of the president a
daughter, Helen. If Mies Taft achieve,
tho popularity at Washington this win-
tor that waa here whllo a atudont at
Bryn Mawr. ahe will mako for herself
an enviable record.
In appearance the president a
daughter la tall, well built and very
dignified, with clear whlto akin, which
" — -- lg UjUally well-browned by outdoor
morrow he will act In the capacity Merciis. Her hair Is brown and wavy
— _ after eight; 0f assistant posecuting attorney In her eyes brown as berries. She
o'clock referee Cahl tossed the ball the re-trial "f Jess Humphrey for It ao fond of wearing brown that she
between the center and from that the murder of Jesse Dulan who was won for herself at Bryn M"' the so-
time until the end, the game waa :i killed a coupie of years ago on Lit- briquet of nntMb)™w°a^ (l u cordlnl
hard fought batle. Pauls Vallej tie River. Humphrey was tried for she has a clear,
started by making the first field the murder and convicted of the r#lonant ,peaking voice, tnd Bh«
basket, which was one of the two charge, receiving a sentence of ten #nunoi t«a opinions on all sub-
that they made during the game. year8 in the penitentiary. From this
their remaining points being made j sentence he appealed and the court
from seven out of sixteen free 10f appeals reversed the verdict, or- j
were viclorious over pauls
v^ev bv . soore °F jESS HUMPHREY IS
Before a large audience, Saturday
uight, the Shawnee high school
girl's basket ball team defeated the Attorney J. T. Williams goes
Pauls Valley girls by a score of 18 Wewoka today at which place
apportionment bill intro-
duced to make increase
in many states.
EIGHT FOR NEW STATE
PROPOSED NEW LAW IS REFER-
RED TO CENSUS COMMIT-
TEE FOR ACTION.
. _ . Loam Abernethy Shorthand at the j
no hurt. During the first | Western Business College. Positions |
At the end of the first half the
score stood 8 to 4 in Shawnee's |
half Shawnee made six fouls two of
which Pauls Valley made, and Pauls
Valey made two fouls which Shaw
nee failed to throw.
Beginning * ith the second lialf. a
few changes were made In Shaw-
nee's line-up, Hewlett took Sims'
place at second center auJ Murphy
took Hewlett's at center. Both teamB
continued to fight for the victory
and each lie showed marvelous
team work, but Pauls Valley began
to weaken, which gave Shawnee the
opportunity of adding to their score.
During the second half thirteen
fouls were called 011 Shawute five
of which Pauls Valley made, and
four on Pauls Valley two of which
Shawnee made. The local girls
made four field baskets *Mle the
visitors only succeedlug i11 throwing
one. The Shawnee players far
celled tho Paula Valley girls In team
work aud throwing baskets.
Time wis called out for Pauls
Valley's 'eft forward who rocelved
a hard knock on the head as a re-
sult of coming In contact with the
floor, but after a few minutes of
rest she went back lnco the game
! derlng the case back for new trial.
SMALL FIRE ON N. PARK. \
A small fire occurred at the house
of Mr. Danals In the 100 block. N.
Park street, Saturday afternoon which
did some damage to one of the rooms, j
A fire had been set to grass and trash j
1 nthe back yard and the roof had ^
caught fire from It. The fire depart ;
ment soon subdued the flames.
Ardmore, Okla., Jan. 9. During
the recent sale of unallotted Indian ;
lands In this county by the govern- j
ment, Robert D. Sclvally, chairman
of the board of county commissloi-
ers, was tho largest individual pur
jects very decidedly. She can con-
verse as entertainingly about her life
In foreign lands as her father Sh«
hu crossed tho Pacific four times.
Tho coming Whlto House debutant#
IUC ' i Q| CUUIH'6 " """
He bought more than 3.000 hal one accomplishment that 1* most
unusual In girls of her position In
Hf, indeed, few among tho smart sot
with whom she associates know as
Learn Abernethy Shorthand at the much about tho art. Sho ts a first-
Western Business College. Positions class cook. Not a cooktng school pro-
7.3, j duct, mind you. but a graduate of her
ureu' mother's kitchen. Bhe can bake pies,
make bread and cakes, etc.. and Is aa
THE HERALD, 10c PER WEEK. all round good housekeeper.
Washington, Jan. 9.—The congres
sional apportionment bill introduced
by Chairman Crumpacker today fix-
es the membership of the house at
433. The bill was referred immedi-
ately to the census committee, where
the entire subject will be taken up.
The apportionment under the pro-
posed arrangement will be:
Alabama, 10; Akansas, 7; Califor-
nia, 11; Colorado, 4; Connecticut, 5;
Delaware, 1; Florida, 4; Georgia, 12;
Idaho, 2; Ilinois, 27; Indiana, 13;
Iowa, 11; Kansas, 8; Kentucky, 11;
Louisiana, 8; Maine, 4; Maryland, 6;
Massachusetts, 16; Michigan, 13;
Minnesota, 10; Mississippi, 7; Mis-
souri, 16; Montana, 2; Nebraska, 6;
Nevada, 1; i<ew Hampshire, 2; New
Jersey, 12; New York, 43; North
Carolina, 10; North Dakota, 3: Ohio,
22; Oklahoma, 8; Oregon, 3; Penn-
sylvania, 36; Rhode Island, 3; bouth
Carolina, 7; South Dakota, 3; Ten-
nessee, 10; 'l'enas. 18; Utah, 2; Ver-
mont, 2; Virginia, 10; Washington,
5; West Virginia. 6; Wisconsin, 11;
Oklahoma is Increased.
This represents an Increase ovei
the present membership as follows:
Alabama, Colorado, Florida, Geor-
gia, Idaho, Louisiana, Michigan, Min-
nesota, Montana, North Dakota, Ohio,
Oregon, Rhode Island, South Dakota,
t'tah and West Virginia, one each;
Saved By A
Mr. T. A. Morgan, of Hammond,
Ind., had suffered for years with his
stomach and kidneys, and while the
great Root Juice scientist was prov-
ing the merits of the Root Juice
remedy to the people of northern
Indiana Mr. Morgan purchased six
bottles of the Juice and while it
was being wrapped up he said: "If
Root Juice cures me I will make tha
scientist a present of one hundred
I dollars. A short while ago Mr. Mor-
gan caled on the scientist and said
1 that he could eat anything without
\ the slightest inconvenience and that
j liis kidney trouble was entirely
cured. He wanted the scientist to
take the one hundred dollars, but
it was refused. However, it was
agreed to give the money to an or-
phan asylum. So Root Juice is'not
only curing the sick, but in this in-
stance will be the indirect means of
caring for some dead mother's child.
Root Juice has proved its wonderful
merits to many people of this point.
From the very start it seems to
soothe and heal the linings of the
stomach and bowels and strengthen
the liver and kidneys, thereby giv-
ing nature a chance to, in her own
way, throw off the impurities of
the blood. It is a wonderful medi-
cine. Sold for one dollar a bottle
or three bottles for two and a half
at Shawnee Drug Co.
W. O. W. INSTALL TONIGHT.
Tonight theer will be a joint in-
stallation of officers of the W. of W..
and Woodmen's Circle in their hall
over the Reynold's drug store on Bast
Main. The installation services will
be succeeded by a banquet served by
the ladies of the Circle.
QUIT AMERICA FOR
ALL TIME TO COME
National News Association.
Washington, Jan. 9.—It is reported
that Horace Wylie and Mrs. Hich-
born, the high society elopers, are
spending the winter in Egypt. It Is
understood they loft America by
way of Canada and Intend to remain
abroad all tne time. Wylie put prop-
erty in trust for his family before
Learn Abernethy Shorthand at the
Western Business College. Positions
Learn Abernethy Shorthand at tha
Western Business College. Positions
A SNAP--24 Good Rooms
For Light House keeping or Transients
Rooms from $2 to $4 per Week
J. C. WALKER
116 N. Bell St. The Old Shawnee Cafe
Illinois, Massachusetts, New Jersey,
Texas and Washington, two each;
California and Oklahoma, three eaoh;
Pennsylvania four and New York
A majority of the members of the
committee believe this plan will pre-
j it - - - ' ■ -
A Car Load ol
White Enamel and
Ranges & Heaters
1 % * /*ba««rms l«iir/\l
Shawnee Gas & Electric Company
130 N. Bdwy.
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Harlow, Victor E. The Shawnee Daily Herald. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 137, Ed. 1 Monday, January 9, 1911, newspaper, January 9, 1911; Shawnee, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc104941/m1/4/: accessed October 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.