The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 158, Ed. 1 Friday, June 21, 1907 Page: 4 of 8
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The Shawnee News
FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1907
I i) Week
JAPS DISPUICt NE6R0
AND MEXICAN LIBORERS
i;nlt tun T' X'ih. .lime 2l I wtntjr-
flvo of tl>« largi'fl lunVhw mill* In
TVxttH iintl wenteru I.oiiIhIhiir Iiuvp
a*tr< t <1 t" una Juimiiom- labor to the
em lnalon of the no*roea anil the Mix-
leuii*. Labor trouble* with 'hi" blnekn
aiul Mexicans aro wiUI to have oO t
tlio lumber llit'ii-nti ( « "t 'l''*a
ami weftorn Lonlnlunu ov* r f 1.. . *>.-
000 lu the pant twutN iiuintliH.
gone h\i>iitIih ugo li wbk agri i'd '11
expertmant with Japanese lubur. ami
the plan hiin proven a great nucceaa.
It was found lhal one .lap rtoea a*
much work a l*" and nearly
a> much a« throe Me«lcan«. They
are steailler, Iona Iroulileaome anil
a.iber, ami aro to be palil the name
vultea 119 the beat unskilled laborer*.
From 3,000 to 4,000 can And employ-
uii nl lu the timber dlatrlcta.
The only problem that confronted
the mill owners to aecure enoiigb
Japanese Hill aneiita from Japan
have arrtiniteil for transferring several
thousand Japanese from the western
stales to Texas to supply the demand
The mill men claim to be able to
cure 2,000 Japanese laborers In forty
dajs In one lanip where ten Japa
have been employed the negroes
threatened trouble and were run out
Non Is the shortest name of the
smallest post oflloe In the new state
South McAlester declares that It
will set rural delivery before It will
get city delivery.
Wilburton Is building a home for lis
Masonic bine lodge chapter and for
Stillwater l wrought up over
white man marrying a negro girl and
Ij discussing the question
Hobart calls the new Frisco train
"Tile Great lloll W eevil Special."
Effort Is Probable to Keep Him
Austin, June 21 The action of
JikIro Bryant of tin* United 8tatrs dl-
trlct i ourt at Slim man In naming
receiver for the Wator« Pierce Oi
company on application of Bradltn
Palmer, one of the stockholder*. •
ated no surprise here, an It was r-
•rally known that auch stop was anti*
pated by the defenne. This step i i
a new phrase on the cane and It is I
llsved will take the property out
the hiimln of a company and ntat*
courts, although It la learned that ti
state will protest ugaliiHt the Keden
receiver holng put In charge of t!i
property of defendant company on t!
grounds that tho Federal court has n
Jurisdiction, an the receiver nani"
by the stale court waa appointed ! .•
fore the 1-ViJnral receiver wus appoln
An effort was made to aee Attorncx
Otncral Davidson and Assistant At
torne\ General Light foot but both an
lit Galveston Attorney Allen an*
Count) Attorney Brady did not «u
to discuss what steps will be taken un
til a consultation Ih held It I* stated.
howev M. that should a Federal re-
ceiver attempt to take charge of the
proper! \ h > ma> bring himself Into
contempt f the eourt of civil appea
for the Third district, as the lltigii
tlou la now pending In that court I
may he huld. however, with a degree
of certainty that steps will he talo
to prevent the Federal receiver from
Justice Gaines Stricken.
Austin, June 21 Thief Justice
Gaines of the state supreme court suf
fered a sympathetic stroke of pnrah
ils Thurada> rooming while reading
a newspaper in the office of the clerks
of the court. Ills left side was affect
ed I)r John McLaughlin was called
and soon revived the Judge who was
conveyed to his residence. Ills condi-
tion Is not serious
No Changes to Be Made.
Austin June 21 Hpeaker Thomas
U I.o\c ot Dallas, who was appoint
atatf Insurance commissioner. U her
He sal«l he would not maVe any
changes in the office force when l'
takes charge Sept 1 lie will appoint
a stenographer and a state llbrian h<>
said He has decided on a stenograph
er. but not yet on a librarian
SARGENT AT GALVESTON.
Real Work at The Hague to Be
The Hague lune 21 The various
delegatloiiH to the peace conferen< e
met Thin . l i v and selected members
to be assigned lo 'he four general com
mlttefs created. I'rder the rule each
delegation has full llbertv to chc in
this respect Those assignment- wer
communicated to the bureau confpi
ance before 4 o'clock Thursday aft *i
noon. In Many mutant • • especlalh ;
In the ease of smaller delegations j
some members were assigned to iw i,
or more committees It will be ne< |
essary for the committees to h- • nib!
on different days
The real work of the conferem
will h«- done In committees A month
Is expected to lapse befbiv the next
plenar\ sitting as the plan Is to havs
comroltto work well advanced before
again calling the full conference to
get her This was the procedure In
1899. when there was n period of twen
ty-elght davs between the appointnienl
of committees and presentation of first
M Nelldoff received a petition froir
the committees of the Armenians am.
Albanians' < rganl/atlons praying the
confereni« to consider some measure
for alleviating the deplorable position
of these people Similar petition:
pouring in on the conference from all
over the world. Petitions are filed with
with the secretary and acknowledged
with the notification that the confer
ence could not occupy Itself with mat
tors not presented by the delegates
Two Others Seriously Injured as Re
suit of Two Explosions.
Bcranton Pa., Juno 20 Seven men
were killed on right and two others so
rlously injured In two explosions of
mine gas In Johnson mino No. 1 at
Prlceburg The first explosion was
< sused by t! - care'^sness of a d« or
| tender, wiio. i.\ caving the door open
allowed gas act uinulate in the wor\
Ings The Hid explosion resulted
from the Igni'ing of the deadlv fire
damp, which " cumulated after the
Cannot Give More.
New Orient! June 20 Secretary o*
Agriculture Wi ■ u wired the N« |
Orleans Colt.mi Kxrhitnge that he fim
It Impos Ibh give more detailed in
formation in the government's month !
ly crop repor's. The New York and
New Oi learn exchanges had joint!v
asked tor su h details. The request
g;rew out of the government acreage
statement in the June estimate in
which referen • was made to the em
ton planted and expected to be planted
Donovan Gets Decision.
Brazil. Ind. June 20.—Mike Dono-
van was nw.irded the decision over
Joe Walcott after ten rounds of fast
fighting hero Hugo Kelly refereed
Last Texas Naval Officer Dead.
Denver. Jim- " ' John Plerson Tit-
comb solo < vim; officer of the
Texa^ pip the home of his
ion in law
Library Lyceum Course.
The library board of this city has
announced a lyceum course for the
fall months, starting In October. It
Labor Commisaioner Neill Bring'!1' t0 be ln the <* th<
1 Carnegie library. Among those on
the course are Juanlta Boynton, read
er; Splllman Riggs, lecturer; The
Royal Oypsy Concert company; The
Euphonum Qlee Club; Gilbert A. El
dredge, impersonator, and Durane, the
magician, who has entertained Shaw-
nee audiences many times In the past
The numbers have been well selected
and the course will be Instructive
well as entertaining.
Chief Black l*>g of the Osages, men
thms as an Inducement for the locat
lug Of a sausage factory at Fairfax
the fact that the town has more dogs
to the square inch than any other
town in the whole of the North
Milk inspection I* the fad that the
new state will insist upon soon as
the legislature can pass the laws.
Shawnee Is agitating the question
of an all fraternal building and a bos
pltal for the sick fraternal men
money for a line to
Is raising bonus
connect it with
The farmers of southern Oklahoma
will raise more hogs so as to supply
the Texas packing houses.
Say Many Ties are Rotten.
Fort Scott, Kau.. June 21 The pa
pern In the complaint made bv the
National Union of Raitwa> Trackmen
against the Missouri Pacific have
reached the office* of the railroad
commissioners of Kansas and of Ml
souri The organisation filed tho
complaints simultaneously in Topeka
aud Jefferson City.
"It is astonishing that no one baa
started a campaign of this Mud be*
fore," said an ex railroad man. "Good
track is uecessarlly the basis of uood
and safe railroading. It is a noto-
rious fact iu railroad circles that track
conditions have been sacrificed t<
make an economical show lug in the
expense of operation and main ten*
ance. The conditions charged by j
the trackmen against the Missouri Pa
ctflc might be made against severs'
For the last four months the gen
eral grievance committee of the or j
der has been trying its utmost to gef
He and Others to Select Site For
Galveston. June 21 - Hon Frank P
Sargent commissioner general of lir
migration Superintendent of Publi.
Buildings Fly of New York and Ai.
tect Wisdom of supervision dep.
ment No of Washington, are li-
ter the puritose of selecting a site f«
an immigration landing station. dc\ s
lng plans. ot< The last congress a|
propriatcd $70,000 for a station but
It has been difficult to find a sultabb
site without making much lrnprov
ments, for which the fund does n
apply. It Is believed the matter wi"
be settled by the officials now
If the no. essary additional fund
site will i>e allowed The approprlu
tiou Is foi the building only.
WALL STREET SECRETS.
Visiting Texas Bankers Given an In
sight Into the Mysteries.
New York June 21 The visit in;
Texas bankers were the guests of th
National Bank of North America, t
representatives of which showed then
the secrets of Wall street and th
Stock Fxchange from the floor of
latter The ladles of the party \>.i
ed a list If ss session of the bulls an
bears from the gallery
The Texans were also guests of th
National Cit> bank at the Knlck
hocker theater, where the\ wltne>-
a performance of The Ked Mill
After the theater supper was serv. i ; t
the Cafe de \mbassadeurs
Thursdav night the Texans attende
the Casin performance
New York June 21. The strike that
was threatened by tho Commercial
Telegraphers' union will not take
place, a satisfactory adjustment lia\
lng been rea *hed This has lieei
brought about h> the visit of Comiuis
•loner of I alxn Neill, and the a« < < , t
of suggestions made by him
President Clio wry of the Western l ti
Ion Telegraph company Thursd>\
morning addressed a letter to Mr
Neill outlining the position of his tom
pany and this is admitted to he satis-
factory to all parties concerned
HAD NARROW ESCAPE
Jockey Koerner Came Near Losing Hij
Life In a Race.
New Yoik. Juu" 21. Jockey Koer-
ner had a narrow escape from being I
killed in the last ra<e at Qraveseiu!
Wednesday when his mount. Incache.
fell after being 1 umped Incache w.i ■
in the second place near the finish i
when Park How. a 60 to 1 shot, in av I
endeavor t< crowd through on the rai'
ran Into him. causing him to fall
Koernet w«s thrown right iuti tbei
path of the thirteen oncoming horse-
and It seemed to the spectators tItsf i
must be trampled and killed When
picked up 'he boy was unconsciou
and bleeding freely and had a ba I \
lacerated scalp, but at the emergence
hospital the doctors pronounced his
Injuries not serious Park Row \\ I
by a nose, with Coat of Arms th I j
but was disqualified and the race ;
given to Wardine
In countries where beer
is the national beverage,
there is practically no drunk-
enness, for beer contains a
small percentage of alcohol
and is rich in food values.
The Pabst Eight-Day
Malting Process makes
Pab.At Blue Ribbon Beer
the most healthful beer
brewed—tho beer richeil
in actual food values.
The Pabst Brewing
cess reduces the percentage
of alcohol to less than
while making the beer abso
lutely pure, healthful, ani
ALL RE ELECTED
Galveston Will Entertain the Phar
maceut<c Association Next Year.
Waco June 21 -Officers of the Tex
as Pharmaceutical association were
all reelected, as follows J. T. Cou'
son. Cors eana president Jacob
Scfcradt l or eli. vice president: 11
W Fearis Waxahachie second vK.
president Miss Virginia Brooks
Waeldet tin f vice president; K H
Wa'ker. al<- s«>creUry treasure'
home so : v H 1 Carleton Aus
Worth (is * est on wa« selected >
nsxt BitH t'.ng place July 17 to IS 1^">
a healing with the general managers| tin
of the various railroads of the conn*
try In order that they might lay be-
fore the managers the true condition
existing, and if possible secure the
much needed change therein. Letter
after letter was dispatched to them
only to be ignored in most instances
The committee continued its efforts
along this line until all hope of err
getting a heating with the men who] tody.
"t PoMpo-rd Until Saturday.
•11 our itr, t r*itw*vs wih lewt Wi j 0a)y( ,UM j, of t .
warning was given that unless these #ccuw^ 0f putting up mon«
coodit' >n* w*^^ changed, atentlon of races Fxchange were po
all the people would becaUed to the ^ until Sx dsv
aafnt c\>r.ditlons which confront those
who travel up^>n our railway*
Onl> Patron# Arrested.
Oalws- June 21. Four men w>-r.
arrested he>e by the city polioc an
thorlties ai 1 charged with buy it
pools oi horse r*. es. The emplo^
of the m were not d - ur
by the pc the patrons of ih« .
tsbllshu *\w alone being taken into
For a Conference at Sa
ciaco Has Bran Issued.
Sau Francisco. June 21 A call for
a national industrial peace conference j
to meet at this city In July has beet.
Issued by the conciliation eoramitt >. j
of San Fraiu is. o which. It is said, ha- I
the encouragement of President Roo - j
velt The committee expects this r
tional conference will effect the cov !
dttlon of permanent Industrial pea-, i
in this clt\.*and show to the east tha
labor conditions here are not entire!
hopeless, and that rumors that th
"town is to be tied up" are tals-
Provis onal dat - for the meeting a.
July is !!> and 20.
This Fortunate Circumstance Prevent
ed Terrible Calamity.
Athens June 21 An unknown ti
threw a dynamite cartridge from th*
gallery of the Oreek deputies durir
the all night session which beta-
W. dm -«i.o The art ridge fell an o '
the benches which was crowded w-
deputies, but a disaster was avert«
by the fuse becoming detached in t.
flight of the missile The flna*
minister, who was st>eaking when
outrage t>ccurred rushed to the de«*r
with all th« deputies The man «
threw tb. lartridgt was arrested at.
proved to ■>«' insane
Both Wore Bandages
Waal Dm viM
of M Manu a Hanna daughr
o ft he late J H Hanna of Clnclnra
and Vaptaln Horace Fairfax M«
Brtiwi; '1 ish army took
\M dnes*1a^ tn >i ;t* of the fact (ha
both the i wore band at.
the result < accident at
Creek on M <i,i\ <t Mrs Re
Jacob# i he ung won r
Chap*'* • - > -ia\ e given
bruit '• • ientlv r.^.
ered from in tries to attend
4. ft. •URNITT,
kfant tor tti« Rlcll*rd o«Om7 Otl Co
Indigent company offlct aoatk at
Rock Ulaad. otkor aid* oJ rlmdiet on
Boll troot M
Co«:r 'ti.-* will mill Iho comploilon
Th r*'s no boauty predict oqual to
-.ho eff' Ctl of HolUst*r' Rooky Mono
tain T*a. It :h« cnUr* body
a perfitt koalth. T«a or Tablota J5
Sh wne Drag Co •
Death of Dr. Brown.
Fort V rtfc Jan* II r r A
Browr, i rrsld^nl of the T
as Medi tl tlon. 1 dead
Shot In Neck.
Oal*e^i>n. June SI Rob^n M
r*j - .i !> In tho lie.
' W v.- •! w t arr -tfd.
Phono 141 201 B Union
QENERAL HOUSE CLCANINO
B4 Konnody. Prop.
Will do work ln any part of city
Call mo by pboao Rocommondod by
900 New Crisp Shirt Waists
WILL BE ON SALE AT
Waists worth up to $2.50 will be sold for 98c
Waists worth up to $5 wili be sold for $1.98
Two Hundred and Fifty
Dozen Men's Shirts
FOR THREE DAYS
Thursday, Friday and
June 20, 21 and 22
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
In Plain White
ed Cuffs, in the Latest Pat-
terns, for three days only at
The Mammoth Depart-
. 2:45 a. m.
2:55 a m
44 .. .
... 6:40 p. m.
7:05 p. m
...10:55 a m.
11:05 a. m
11:65 p. m.
6:20 a m
4:30 p. m.
.. 1:36 a. m.
1:45 a. m.
. 9:00 a m
9:20 a. m
4:55 p. m.
5:25 p. m.
5:00 a. m.
10:10 a m.
8:46 p. m
the I n >d ^
ed to " C H '
property yi 7.k r
As til'4 or"
John Vo ^ *
Momo \ lib ?•>
en to Sell.
' • 'se l^ndl> e
^ t v« art
uMty to sel
1 < Ul by bim ii
it iri vie I quarro
\ to de«*h at
No. 666 depart® eaat it 11:16 m-
No. 665 arrives at 4:00 p. m.
No. 654. leaving Shawnee at 6:20 a
m , makes direct connections at Hol-
denville for INsnison, Sherman and all
No. 656. leaving Shawnee at 4: SO p.
.. makes direct connections with the
Frisco Meteor at Holdenville for St
Louis tn.i aKnM City.
No. SI? 8:15 a. m. No. 414, 7:06 a. m.
No. S01 S:S0 p. m No. 408. 1:00 p m
Arrtre FYom Arrive From
No. SOt. 12 3.) p. m. No. 407. S:tO p. m
No SIS. SU? p m. No. 41S. 6:00 p. m.
MISSOURI KANSAS A TEXAS.
Eas'.bound. t a. m.
.Wastboon i. | p. m
HI IJ j'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
EbePle Bldg No. 10-13 Main Street
THIS SCHOOL OPENED WITH A NICE EN-
ROLLMENT. THEY HAVE 7LENTY OF TEACH.
ERS AND «IVE INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTIONS.
NOW IS THE BEST TIME TO ENTER WHILE
THE SCHOCH. IS SMALL. TH«Y HAVE OVER
FIFTY FIRST CLASS POSITIONS TO FILL
RIGHT NOW, M08T OF THEM IN OKLAHOMA
CITY. THEY ARE ENDORSED BY THE HON.
W. C. HUGHES OF OKLAHOMA CITY ANB
THE HON. TAMS BIXBY. COMMISSIONER TO
THE FIVE CIVILIZED TRIBES, AT MUSKOGEE
I T. THE LATTER GENTLEMAN HAS EM
PLOYED ABOUT TWENTY OF THeiR BTU-
OENTS, AT A SALARY OF THREE DOLLARB A
DAY. FA RE PAID TO SCHOOL. WRITE AT ONCE
FOR HANDSOME CATALOGUE AND SPECIAL
Hill's Business College
OklahoTia City, Okla.
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