The Shawnee Daily Herald. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 200, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 4, 1911 Page: 4 of 6
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A Pleasant Surprise at The
HOUSE of QUALITY and BARGAINS
An Epoch which will Test
the Purchasing Judgment ot
THURSDAY, APRIL 6th
SATURDAY, APRIL 15th
HELP WANTED—FEMALE. |
WANTED—A nurse girl for 3 chil-
dren. Mrs. F. A. Norris. 502 N.
2 ixxmis (or light housekeeping, close
In; oall at 132 North Market 3-3t
KOR RENT Two nice furnished
rooms for light housekeeping. 311
FOR KB NT—Furnished iwims for
light housekeeping. Everything new,
304 N. Broadway. Phone 729. 4-.-3t
KOR RENT—Some excellent and up-
to-date furnished rooms 210 North
Philadelphia. See Mrs. Or. Cannon.
FOR RUNT—Rooms for light bouse
keeping, also room aid board 232
N Union 4-tf-lO
2 rooms for light housekeeping, close
ill Call at 132 N. Market. l-3t
LIST YOUR LOTS in University Ad-
dition, also city property with us
and thus get in touch with a large
and well-to-do class of real estate
Investors. Lambard-Hart Realty &
Inv. Co. Phone 341.
Address All Sporting Commiinlcatlons|to|"Vet"|Care Herald
FOR SALE OR TRADE—We have
weveral houses for sale, cash or in-
stallments, will trade one house for
good farm. See Conservative Loan
Co., J 20 Broadway. 4-l-3m
FOR SALE CHEAP—Iron safe, 2
office tables, bookkeeper's desk, stool
and stationery cabinet. Room 112
Mammoth Bldg.. 3rd floor. 23-tf-9(?
FOR SALE—Household furniture. In-
quire 224 North Broadway. 30-tf-104
FOR SALE—Property valued at $1500,
5 largo rooms and bath room, good
cistern, gaa and electric lights, half
block from car line, 50x140 lot, east
front. Price $1050; terms: $350
cash, assume loan $700. Payable
monthly low interest. See R. E.
Timmons, 107 N. Bell. 30-tf
FOR RENT—G room furnished house,
All modern conveniences $20. l<an.
liard-l!«irt Reality & Inv. Co. Phone
FURNISHED HOUSE FOR RENT
for two months. G48 North Broad-
FOR RENT—Eight room modern
residence, 226 N. Bell street. Pos-
session given April 1st. Phone 2.
B W. Stone. 27-tf«69
HOUSES FOR RENT in all parte of
the city. Call at office or phone for
list. Lambard-Hart Realty & Inv.
Co. Phone 341. Il-tf
WANTED HOUSES that can be sold
on small cash payment and balance
on easy monthly payments We
have buyers. Lambard Hart Realty
& Inv. Co. Phone 341. 21-tf
FOR RENT—8 room two^tory resi-
dence at end of North Broadway oar
Hue, $15; f> room modern house No.
631 North Market street, $22.50; 7
loom house, No. 515 Market street
$20. 6 room house No. 634 Market
street, $20. Lambard-Hart Realty &
Inv. Oo. ITione 341. 4-l-3t
OFFICE ROOMS FOR RENT—Three
double rooms over old P. O ..steam
heat, first floor, south exposure, late-
ly occupied by county attorney. Par-
ker, Cammack >4 Blgsers, 1071-2 E.
WANTED—Position by experienced
bookkeeper. Address E. J., care of
BUILD A NEW
Unless the owner of the Benson
Park ball grounds "comes through"
with a better proposition, Shawnee
will not play a game on that ground
this season. This was tho statement
of Manager Davis today.
It was served as an ultimatum upon
the owner of the grounds and unless
he makes more favorable terms, the
stuff is all off. The announcement
was right off from the bat.
The local team has an option on a
site for a ball park in this city which j
has been offered to the management i
free. It is more conveniently located '
than is Benson Park and can be
reached from the business section of!
the city within five minutes ride.
Further negotiations in the matter
will not be made unless the owner
of the park, whom the management1
of the Shawnee team says has shown
bad faith, makes concessions. They
charge the owner of the park with
only allowing the clubs playing at the
park last season fifteen per cent
of tho gate receipts, and on several °°untv raay organlze a base"
j occasions the receipts totaled *125,!ba" league this aeason • The matter
'they assert. rs bfing discussed and ere the month
■ In order to bring good teams here ot r,,8es and brldes arrlves the lea«"e
such as they expect to this season, |may ?e a reaMy*
it would be necesqry to go down into
their own pockets to make up the
amount in bringing these clubs here.
Shawnee fans stand willing to con
tribute a large sum of money to
finance a team in starting tlie season,
nearlicking. Involved in the row
were Muggsy McGraw, Christy Math-
ewson, "Chief" Meyers, Brldwell and
The squabble grew out of remarks
hurled at the players by Brewster.
The latter was practicing with the
Atlanta team when McGraw attempt-
ed to remonstrate with the rooter.
While they were talking Mathewson,
it is asserted, grabbed Brewster from
behind, and the latter, by a quick
twist, sent the pitcher sprawling full
length on the ground. Meyers came
running up in time to get a stiff blow
in the face.
Other members of the New York
squad broke into the fracas and
Brewster was getting a good drubbing
when some of the Atlanta players
made their appearance with bats in
their hands. The bats did not look
good and the trouble quickly sub-
learn, and it will be at least two
years before he can hook up with
such men as Langford, Johnson oi
Kauffman. There are several good
heavy weights such as Flynn, Oeyer,
Jeanette and a few mlddleweights
whom Morris should hook up with be-
fore trying for the big game. Can-
didly, I do not think Flynn could de-
feat Morris, but he will stay longer
than any man whom Morris has met.
Ira Thomas, once let out by the
management of the New York High-
landers, because it was thought he
wouldn't do as a catcher, will prob-
ably lead the league as a receiver in
the American this season. Thomas
after leaving the Yankees joined
Hughey Jennings' Detroit Tigers. He
was never worked much there be
cause Charley Schmidt was going
well. Thomas was finally picked up
by Connie Mack and has made good
from the start. He not alone is a
good receiver but one of the leading
stickers among the American league
catchers. Connie Mack appears to be
the best judge of a ball player in the
Every Woman Al I FliM
is interested and should know I * ■ kljIjIJ Li U
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is interested and should know
about the wonderful j
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The St. Louis Browns squad will
bo composed of the folowing players
this season: Newman, lb; LaPorte,
2b; Austin, 3b; Wallace, ss; Willllams,
If; Schwelter, cf; Murray, rf; Clark,
c; Powell and Lake are the only two
announced as boxmen.
Promoter Eddie Robinson of Mus-
kogee, may stage a good battle in
the future between two Japs. He
has located a hard uitting little
brown man at Vinita who wants to
meet his protege, Young Togo. Togo
is not alone a clever bantam weight,
but Is a jiu jitsu artist.
At a ball game between two col-
ored teams, a couple of negroes got | but the management does not feel
Into an argument an to which team | disposed to pay out this money sub-
had the better second baseman.
"Yo* sho'ly now sees a ball playah
at second base," said the "Snow-
"Ah don't see nuthin' 'bout him
dat look lak a ball pla.mli," scorn-
fully returned the AH Wool" fan.
"No, ah doan'!"
"\Vfoy. that man he doan* do nutu-
in' but play ball for a sal'ry."
I "Ya, and when he play ball he
doan' do nuthin,."—(Prom Success
LOST AND FOUND.
FOUND—Ono overcoat Sunday even-
ing, apply to 119 North Union. 3t-3
MONEY TO LOAN
IVr short lime loans on house-
hold goods. Sec Carson & Dickson.
MONEY TO LOAN on Improved City
property and farm lands. Lambard-
Hart Realty & Investment Co. tf
On or about April 1, 1911 we will
remove our offices to 114 North
Hroadway street. First stairway
north of Norwood Hotel. Boggs &
POULTRY AND STOCK
BOOS FOR 8AIB—Buff Coachlns, R.
R. Reds. Phone 83S Rod. Mrs.
Knights of Pythias. There will he
work In tho 3rd Tuesday evening,
April 4th in K. of P. hall, together
with refreshments. Visiting Knights
cordially Invited. F\ W. Halfley,
K. of P. and S.
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAY8
PAZO OINTMENT Is guaranteed to
cure any case of Itching, Blind, Bleed-
ing or Protruding Piles in S to 14 days
or money refunded. 60c.
If you have not yet found a satis-
factory safety razor, take an Auto
Strop on thirty days trial. Sure to
please. Stone Hdw. Co.
FOUND -N«tr the library a black
bicycle wltli handle gone. Owner
can have name l>y calling at police
station, proving property and paying
for this notice
jj security jtatcuaun it11
At Fountains & Elsewhere
The Original and Genuine
The Food-drink for All Ages.
At restaurants, hotels, and fountains.
Delicious, invigorating and sustaining.
Keep it on your sideboard at home.
Don't travel without it.
A quick lunch prepared in a minute.
Take no imitation. Juit lay "HORLICK'S."
ft* No Oomblno or Trust
scribed in bringing teams here, when
the crowds are sufficiently large at
all games to pay all expenses, and
still have enough remaining to start
a little bank account And too, it
will be necessary to pay a few small
salaries to players who are brought
here as members of the local team.
Manager Davis has enough players
on his roster right now to whip into
lino one of tho beet teams in the cen-
tral part of the state. Negotiations
are pending now for the signing of a
catcher, an infielder and outifelder, all
of whom are ripe right now for berths
In the western association.
The situation is rather a regretta-
ble one, but if no different arrange-
ments can be made for the Benson
Park grounds, a park will be estab.
lished on this side of the river, a
grand stand built and the grounds
enclosed. Several prominent moneyed
men stand ready to give a large sum
towards financing a team, in addition
to smaller sums pledged by others.
Shawnee is going to have a team this
season and there is no need of wor-
rying about that.
The difficulty occasioned in not be-
ing able to reach an agreement on
tho park matter is the one and only
thing that has halted the work of re-
cruiting a team. Manager Davis is
going ahead at once to close a deal
| for the new park site, unless satisfac-
i lory arrangements can be made for
jihe use of the old park. It will
require at least three weeks to fit
up the new park. What the out-
come of this afair will be cannot be
McGRAW IN ROWDY ROLE.
Krkine Brewster ,the man with the
"foghorn voice," distinguished him-
self at Ponce de Leon ball park at
Atlanta, Ga., recently by giving
several of the New York Nationals a
Such a league could be formed and
even though it would not be under
the jurisdiction of organized ball, it
nevertheless would have certain rules
that it could be governed by. -The
salary proposition, if there was any,
coulit be fixed by the management
of each team, but salaries would prob-
ably not bo necessary. Most of the
teams would play home fed and home
developed players. The only expense
of the league would be in transporta-
tion, hotel bills and such like.
An eight club league could be form-
ed and the indications are that some
fast games would be witnessed. The
clubs that would likely compose the
league would be Shawnee, Tecumseh,
Earlsboro, McLoud, Asher, Wanette
and Maud. That would make a good
circuit and the expense of operating
such a league would be small.
Each one of these towns have or-
ganized teams nearly all of which
have already started the season by
playing one or more games. They
are not bush league teams as might
be oxpected, but all have whipped
into shape a bunch of fast players. I
would like to see such a league formed
because certain it is that it would
be a success. There would be no
reason for any of the teams quitting
the season in debt. Let's go, Pott
SMALL SPORT TALK.
A man writes to this office and
inquires if in our opinion Jim Flynn
couldn't defeat Carl Morris. I could
not give a satisfactory answer at this
time because I have never seen Flynn
in action if he is as clever a man
as is claimed for him, he would give
Morris the best battle of his career.
This is not underrating Morris in the
least because Morris is a clever fel-
low for the time he has been in the
boxing game, but he has never been
against any really good man that
could take him over the route. I
have seen Morris in many battles and
believe he will one day be among
the top notchers among the heavy
weights. Of course Carl has much to
Some newspaper sport writer is re-
sponsible for Jim Barry going on the
warpath. They referred to him as a
"dub" and that occasioned the blood
in the son of Erwln's veins to be-
come feverish. He is prating around
Creek and Tulsa counties and threat-
ens to annihilate tha entire Morris
family If they will only step into the
ring. Big Jim may prove to be as
great a publicity man as Mike
Jim Flynn appears to have as many
battles on his hands as Carl Morris.
He recently accepted tho challenge
of Jack Geyer for a match, and now
has also signed up to fight Jeff Clark
of Joplin, Mo. Clark recently engaged
in the "hope" business and little is
known of him. If he is not a "ham
and" fighter, he too, will probably
issue a challenge to some of the Ok-
POLICE ARE VERY CONFIDENT
THEY HAVE COOPED A
ECZEMA CURE A BEAUTY WASH.
Baseball is like railroading in one Although D. D. D. Prescription has
beeu recognized for years as the one
remedy tor Eczema, Psoriasis, and all
other forms ot skin diseases, it is now
known that there Is no other wash,
oven those used by the beauty spec-
ialists, that can ocmpare with this
mild liquid for cleansing the skin of
pimples, blackheads, rash, and all sim-
ilar skin affections.
For this reason alone, a bottle of
D. D. D. should be kept on hand in
every household. A trial 25c bottle
will show you the merits of this great
remedy as a complexion wash.
D. D. D. seems to remove the
cause, whatever the trouble may be,
cleansing the skin, an dleavlng It as
soft, as smooth and clear as that of
a healthy child.
Get a 25e bottle today and keep It
In the house.
P. A. Reynolds & Son and Carson
Drug Co.. Tecumseh.
way, says Joe Birmingham of Cleve-
land. "Here, a few years ago, the
section hands were mostly Irish. The
Italians drove them Into Jobs as fore
men, and now the Dutch are doing
the same thing with the Irish ball
players—driving them into jobs as
managers. The two big leagues are
full of Irish leaders: McGlllicuddy,
Donovan, McAleer, McGuire, Jen-
nings, Duffy, Breshnaham. Clarke,
Dooin and McGraw.
Manager Connie Mack has just an-
nounced the men who will make up
his regular squad of regulars. They
are: Catchers, Thomas, Livingstone
and I.app; pitchers, Bender, Coombs,
Plank, Moigan, Russell and Colla-
more; infielders, Davis, Collins, Bar-
ry, Baker; outfielders, Murphy, Old-
ering, Lord and Hogan.
('rUs Meyers and C. A. Lewis, aaid
to be noted crooks, and leaders of
a bod gang, charged with -highway
robbery and assault, were last night
turned over to the county authorities
for prosecution. The three women
arrested in uonuectloa with the af-
fair, were also given Into the custody
of the county.
The men are charged with luring
Krank Courtney, of Wewoka, to «
lonely place In the Rock Island yards
Sunday night, where they assaulted
and robbed him. Courtney was bit
in the head with a "billy," and then
robbed of $20 and other belongings.
1 he men escaped but were captured
by members of the police department
The men are said to be members
of a bad gang of "dips" of Dallas,
Texas, according to Chief Hawk. The
capture yesterday was one of the most
Important made by the police depart- *
ment In some time. Those men are
said to have been sought by author-
ities in many cities In the southwest.
The incident of Sunday night is
thought to have been the opening of
the nefarious work these undesirables
intended conducting this week dur-
ing the carnival. The county authori-
ties are in communication with other
cities making investigations, and it Is
believed other crimes will be charged
against these men, that may send the
pair to the penitentiary for a long
In discussing the tiffair this morn-
ing Chief Hawk said: "I have issued
orders to the men of my department
to be on the alert for suspicious char
actors this week, while crowds are
in the city. Every stranger who acts
suspiciously and is unable to give a
good account of himself will be
rounded up and either ordered from
the city or be kept in durance vile
until the carnival Is over." The or
der of the head of the police depart-
ment has gone along the line and
every member is keeping a sharp
lookout for undesirables.
With a package of this sweet,
crisp food in the pantry, you
dodge the fuss and bother of
early morning cooking, yet have
a breakfast which makes a hap-
py start for the day.
Serve direct from the package
with cream, and sometimes fruit. r«stum cerr"r>'",,,,,,,,,'is«|«
"The Memory Lingers"
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Harlow, Victor E. The Shawnee Daily Herald. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 200, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 4, 1911, newspaper, April 4, 1911; Shawnee, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc105061/m1/4/: accessed July 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.