The El Reno Democrat. (El Reno, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 16, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 11, 1905 Page: 3 of 8
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THOMAS NEIL MISSINC.
Claimed That He Received Interest on
Deposits of Government Monies
Which is a Violation of
Guthrie. May 5 —Somebody, who
has been holding down the lid in the
Neal investigation case, allowed it to
be removed last night, and as a result
a warrant was issued by I'uiled Stales
Commissioner Tibbitts and placed 1n
the hands of Don Willetts, chief de
puty I'nited States marshal for the
arrest of Neal, charged with accept-
ing interest on government monies,
which under the federal code is embez-
zlement. From what can be learned
of the matter this embezzlement
amounts to about $t ,000, bankruptcy
funds in a Mulhall bankrupt case,
wherein Attorney John J. Hildreth
of this city is trustee for the estate.
The latter some time ago sued Neal
for the amount of the bankruptcy
fund in this case and this, in fact, was
the first move, innocent on the part of
Hildreth, which lias created all the
latter troubles for Neal, bis indictment
by the grand Jury, his investigation
by the department of justice, and now
the warrant for his arrest on a fed-
But where is Neal? No one here
seems to know liis whereabouts. He
was in Oklahoma City Wednesday,
and Wednesday night, going there on
baseball matters as manager of the
local team in the Western association
and owner of the franchise. He suc-
ceeded there in getting the Oklahoma
City-Guthrie series of games transfer-
red to Oklahoma City because the lo-
cal ball park is not completed. The
members of the local team are in-
quiring the whereabouts of Manager
Neal, and they seem to be as much
at sea regarding him as are other
people, officers included. He would
have been arrested here yesterday,
upon his return from Oklahoma City
and arraigned before Commissioner
Tibbetts for preliminary hearing. It
was reported that Neal returned yes-
terday morning from Oklahoma City.
Actual Sterility In Women Is Very Rare—Healthy
Mothers and Children Wake Happy Homes.
I OtetAI fcO ►OH
I The American Had the Best of the
Scrap Throughout the Fiflht—
Englishman Cheered for the
Plucky Way He Held Up.
Many women long'for a child to bless try Lydia R. Pinkharn's Vegetable Com-
their homes, but because of some de- pound; tiii. I .lid, and 1 improved s^lilv in
. . .. ,. - - . , , health, aim in law than two years a bwiutiful
bility or displacem at of the female t.hild caine to bless our home. Now we have
organs they are barren something to live for. and all the credit is
Preparation for healthy maternity is due to Lydia K. Pinkham a Vegetable Corn-
accomplished by Lydia E. l'inkham's P°un(*
Vegetable Compound more successfully i , * , .. harry. Secretary or
than by any other medicine, because it North Shore Oratorical Society,
gives tone and strength to the entire | ^°rm&n. Milwaukee, \\ is., writea.
female organism, curing all displace- Dear Mrs Pinkham —
ments. ulceration and inflammation. ! "I was married for five years and gave
A woman who is in good physical hirth u> two premature children. Lydia E.
condition transmits.to her children the 1'inkham'. \ eatable Compound was
, . mended to me, and 1 am so glad 1 took it. for
it changed me from a weak, nervous woman
to a strong, happv and healthy one within
seven months. U*ithm two years a lorely
little girl was born, which is" the pride and
juv of our household. Every day I nl".s
l.ydia E Pinkharn's Vegetable Compound for
the light, lieaith4aud happiness it brought to
If any woman thinks she is sterile.
WANTS TO SETTLE DOWN AND
BECOME A CITIZEN OF OMAHA
Crowe Walked Into the World-Herald
Office in Omaha at 1 O'clock This
Morning With a Friend—Had
Long Conference With
Representative of That
but he has not yet been seen about the Dear Mrs. Pinkham:—
business part of town.
Neal's shortage, federal and terri-
torial, as a result of the investiga-
tion made here by Agents . •.u ."wood
and Harris of the department ot' jus-
tice, is placed between $27,000 and
$28,000. It was the result of this in-
vestigation. which led to the issuance
of the warrant for his arrest Wednes-
day evening by Com ioner Tib-
belts. A portion of the ; lvestigation,
check which is held by the officials,
given by Neal to Chief Justice Burford
in the sum of $:!,000, which, it is alleg-
ed. Is a part of the $27,000 shortage.
This matter, of course, in all probabil-
ity will be easily and without difficulty
explained by Judge Burford. At pres-j
ent Burford is holding court at Cor- Omaha. Neb.. May 6. Pat f rowe,
jgll ! the alleged kidnapper of Eddie Cudahy
As to a successor to Neal, in the ' son of the millionaire packer of Oma-
offlce of clerk of district court, there j ha. and for whose arrest rewards ag-
is already considerable comment.1 Rregating 150,000 have at different
Charles C.riswold, who has served in J times been offered, walked into the
the office off and on, as a deputy clerk office of the World Herald at 1 o'clock
and Who until recently was a mem j this morning, accompanied by Thomas
ber of the Logan county board of com j O'Brien, proprietor of the Henshaw
missioners. is spoken of frequently. | hotel of this city.
and the name of Joseph Norris a While there have been rumors of
prominent local republican, is also Crowe's being in the vicinity ol' Oma-
meutioned. It is understood that W [ ha for several dayc, Chief of Police
R. Benham. the present deputy, will! Donahue denied absolutely having any
not be named. Charles H. Filson is j knowledge of his presence in the city
also spoken of. but it is not known | and the rumors were taken by the
whether he would relinquish his bank j public in a manner as former reports
blessings of a good constitution
not that an incentive to prepare for a
healthy maternity ?
If expectant mothers would fortify
themselves with Lydia B Pinkharn's
Vegetable Compound, which for thirty
years has sustained thousands of
women in this condition, there would
be a great decrease in miscarriages, in , -
suffering, and in disappointments at or )lH out ? ! \ to oarry
birth I a cn11 <i to a mature birth let her write
The following letters to Mrs Pink- to, Mrs. Pinkham. Lynn, Mass whose
ham demonstrate the power of Lydia 18 ^re® to all expectant op
E. Pinkharn's Vegetable Compound in ' would-be mothers. She lias helped
such cases | thousands of women through this anx-
Mrs. L. C. Glover, Vice-President of 'oll1I8, ...
Milwaukee Business Woman's Associa- VVomen suffering with irregular or
tion, of 614 Grove Street. Milwaukee.1 Pannfnl menstruation, leucorrhtea. dis-
Wis. writes: j placement, ulceration or inflammation j
'* of the womb, that bearing down feel- <
, ingor ovarian trouble, backache, bloatr
'I was married for several vwrs and no or nervous prostration, should re-
children blessHii our home. The doctor said m,.mb«.r that Lydia E. Pinkharn's Vege-
I bad a complication of female troubles and tohl. c.imnmind hold* the reeord for
I could not have anv children unless I could Ml,,k ( •>, P, un,1 record for
be cured. For months I took his medicines, ^ie greatest number of actual cures
trying in vain for a cure, but at last my bus- °f woman s ills, and accept no substi-
band became disgusted and suggested that 1 tute.
Many Homrn Nave Been Benefited by Mrs. Pinkharn's Advice and Medicine.
Omaha on three different occasions
during that time.
He stated that he had been negotiat-
ing for several days for immunity from
punishment, in case he should surrend-
er himself to the authorities although
he declined to say with whom the ne-
gotiations are being held. He says
| that he is very tired of living in isola
tion from his relatives and friends and
wishes to reform and get into business.
He declared that he would ask for im-
munity from the penitentiary and stat-
ed that he was ready to accept the pro-
tection of the Omaha police. He said
that in case he was permitted to re-
main in Omaha and have indictments
against him squashed he would prob-
ably get into business at once.
Crowe has been at the home of his
brother. J. J. Crowe, who resides in
Council Bluffs, and runs a saloon in
He was asked if he had a hand in
the famous Cudahy kidnapping, but de-
clined to either deny or admit his
guilt. The interview lasted for near-
ly an hour, during which Crowe was
examiner job for the district court | of his having been seen and were giv
clerkship. Mr. Filson is at present in j en little creS'iice by the citizens of | apparently at ease at all times.
The crime with which Crowe is
It is not
the city. The office, legitimately. 1 Omaha
between $t>.000 and $8,000 per | Crowe telephoned the World Herald
j office at midnight of his presence in
known whether the Neal | the city and stated that he could call
matter will effect the local baseball! at the newspaper office. A short time
franchise, which Neal holds in the afterward he appeared in company
Western association. It Is understood with Mr. O'Brien Crowe. O'Brien and
however, that Guthrie will relinquish a representative of the World Herald
the franchise, but that other citizens were closeted for nearly an hour, dur-
if necessary, will assume the role of ing which Crowe told of his wander-
"angel" and take the franchise.
ings since he left the city four years
charged is that of kidnapping Edward
Cudahy Jr.. whose father is the prop-
rietor of a large packing establish-
ment in this city The kidnapping oc-
curred December 18, 1900. The kid-
nappers demanded ransom of 125.00
for the boy. but he was set free near
his fathers home by his captors who
got no money
San Francisco. May S.—James E !
Britt of California became champion
lightweight of the w rld last night
when he knocked out Jabez White of
England at the close of a magnificent
twenty-round battle With just twen-
ty seconds to go Britt hooked the Eng-
lishman with a left on the Jaw and the
foreigner went to the mat where he
lay Hat on his back for eight seconds
He staggered to his feet, hut was pow-j
erless to defend himself and Britt
swung right and left on his jaw
The referee, to save the plucky Eug
llshman from needless punishment,
stopped the contest, although White
was still on his feet leaning up
against the ropes In a helpless con-
dition White was carried to his corner
and in a few minutes revived stilfi I
clently to make a little speech in
which he said:
"I fought the best I know how. I j
received fair play, but Brttt Is evi-
dently the best man "
Britt's victory was, of course, loud I
ly acclaimed by the people of his home |
town, but White, though a defeated |
mail, was cheered just as vociferously 1
and as magnificent on the tight he
made. All through the battle White!
showed that he was entitled to com-
pete for championship honors. He Is
a clever boxer, an experienced ring
general and has a cool head that car j
ried him out of difficulty many times j
He seemed to lack, however, one re-1
quisite for a champion, a knock out
blow. He landed on Britt's jaw many
times with both right and left, but ap .
patently did not hurt the little San
In the twelfth round It looked as if
White had a chance. He landed a j
vicious straight right on Britt's jaw j
and as the latter was off his balance
he went to the floor and rolled under
the ropes. He was not burt, however,
and came back fighting faster than
ever Britt forced matters all through
the tight He paid particular attention
to White's stomach occasionally swing
ing for the jaw The Englishman's
cleverness enabled him during most of
the tight to block tlritt's wicked punch-
es to the stomach During the latter
part of the fight Britt used only his]
left and his persistent rare of his right
led the spectators to fear that he had
damaged it. But his right was in
good order and he turned it loose In
the nineteenth round, when he swung
for White's stomach and jaw. Britt
paid a tribute to White by saying:
"He is the cleverest boxer in the
world He stalled and blocked and
kept me away In a manner that was
never done before," said the champion.
"Had he come at me and led I could
have finished him sooner, as he would
have left me an opening.''
The fight last night was. by long
odds, the cleverest exhibition that has
been given in recent years in San Eran
cisco. Britt demonstrated what his
admirers have always claimed, that
although he is not a showy boxer he
is a hard man to hit. When the men
came up for the last round Britt jump-
ed at his man and kept light on top
of him. It was hit and clinch and
break; then hit and clinch again The
Californian had cut loose with his
right and walked in, swinging both
hands He took White's punches eager-
ly and landed a harder one every time.
The fury of his attack was irresist-
ible. White's magnificent guard was
beaten down and then came that
I dreadful swing to the jaw that ended
| the fight and kept the champion ship
uf the world in America.
HAS BEEN PLACEDWITH US
TO LOf\N ON Ff\RMS
MONEY IN BANK AT KINGFISHER
READY FOR QUICK ACTION
If you are paying high interest on a present loan you are missing a
business opportunity if you fail to call and see ine while these
funds last You don't know how low my rates are while
these funds lasts. I furnish final proof money.
WINNF & WINNE
W. 0. Bashort, tliqr.
Over McGRATH'S Grocery
EL RENO. O. T.
EL RENO MILL and ELEVATOR CO.
Coal Grain and Mill Products.
Manufacturers of El Reno Best Flour.
El Reno Foundry and
Engine and Machine work of high
jrade and every description,
flews, pipes and fittings
always in stook
All kinds of structural iron lor building'
El Reno: Oklahoma. ,
iB UG <i I E8!|
We build Top Buggies and
Hacks and sell them as
cheap as Eastern Factories.
We can repair and retrim
your old buggy and make it
look as well as new.
■ THOES CARRIAGE SHOP. ■
® One Block South ol New Court House. El Reno, Oklahoma. _
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Add to Endowment.
ago. Crowe stated that he had serv- [
The dramatic recital by J. Frank ed in the Boer war. lighting with the1
Fouche at the Bank Opera House se- Honrs. He returned to this country
cured a packed house. Mr. Fouche is after the war. and has lived continu- j Chocago. May 6. The McCormick
an artist of marked ability and needs ally, according to his own statement. I family has added $1,000,000 to the en-
only to be heard to be appreciated— j quietly in a south side flat in Chicago | dowment of the McCormick theological
Bulletin Journal. Independence, Iowa ! nearly three years and he has visited seminary
Mrs Rhodr Johnson died at ber
home" eight miles northwest of Pied-'
mont last Friday, aged 58 years. She j
had been quite ill for some time. The
funeral was held Saturday and the
body laid to resst in the Mathewson
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Hensley, T. F. The El Reno Democrat. (El Reno, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 16, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 11, 1905, newspaper, May 11, 1905; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc111498/m1/3/: accessed February 16, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.