The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 230, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 14, 1911 Page: 2 of 8
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THE OKLAHOMA STATE CAPITAL, SATURDAY MORNTNO. JANUARY 14. 1911.
' House of Congress by
m Cajority Vote Indicates
VOTE IS TAKEN
Vote of 43 to 17 Strength
Jhown Twenty Three Re
ilicans Vote Showing De
. for Constitutional Amend
pSIIINGTON, Jan. 13.—That tho
( must fare the question 8«
Rether the contsltution shall bo
bed so as to require the election
"ators by direct vote of the peo-
l4as made apparent today. A
vhlch many senators considered
R of the sentiment of the senate
'Haken and resulted largely In
of the proposition.
fl matter arose In eonnor-tlorr
the Joint resolution for the
^Iment of the constitution re-
u reported from the committee
°e judiciary. When that resolu-
/as reached on the calendar Mr.
1,1 was ready with an objection
had the effect of preventing
adiate consideration Under the
* of business.
i, Galllnger appealed to Mr. Kean
*athdraw his objection, who con-
j-1, and the senate election reso-
was launched upon its leRisla-
situation was such as to arouse
. nmedlate Interest of the senators.
, Sutherland was prompt in obtain-
,/he attention of the chair. He
•' d to amend tho resolution so
strike out the provision Riving
I; itate legislatures supervision of
JTjons and making other changes.
• . Rayner, a staunch advocate of
'f(Jcommittee resolution, suggested
• as the amendment went to the
pf of the question, there should be
In* for consideration.
Rayner did not press his point.
, lis plea was taken up by Senator
^ of Maine, whose position on
fonerits of the measure is diamet-
,• iy opposite. He was sure that the
! utlon could not be acted upon
out protracted debate. He urgt'd
erate movement and precipitately
Jfcd and adjournment of the sen-
•e first vote was viva voce,
he ayes appear to have it." an-
iced the chair.
to'ever," exclaimed a half dozen
sfctora. "Let us have the ayes and
to:cordlng1y a roll call was ordered
with the result that 43 out of alxty
senators present votod against ad-
Of the 43 negative votes 23 were
cast by republicans.
Encouraged by this, Senator Borah
prepared to press consideration \ Ig-
orously. He did not desire to pre-
vent debate, he said, and added he
would not do so if he could obtain
the consent of the senate to name the
day for a vote on the resolution and
all amendments. He suggested Tues-
dav, January 24.
For probably ten minutes the mem-
bers of the senate discussed the de-
tails of the proposition.
Even Senator Hale appeared to fall
in with the request. Mr. Borah's col-
league Senator Heyburn, had not said
a word up to this time, but when the
chair put the request for unanimous
consent he said "no," and spoiled tho
Mr. Borah seemed displeased and
proceeded to discuss the .Huation sny-
Inif the Sutherland amendment had
been offered In committee and was
perfectly understood, as was the n-
Mr. Carter did not agree. He want-
ed time for consideration and for the
digestion of the Sutherland and
other amendments, which by this time
had been presented by Senators De-
pew and Nelson.
Mr. Cullom preferred n request for
i executive session. Such requests
by the venerable Illinois senator sel-
dom fall on unheeding ears. This was
After a brief session the senate ad-
journed until Monday.
ITCHING, oozing, scaling Salt Rheum
is cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla,—
the great and unequalled remedy for
everyj kind of SKIN DISEASE.
ARE AFTER 15,000
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla., Jan. 13.
—The corporation commission has
asked tho attorney general to brine
suits forfeiting charters of fifteen
thousand private corporations that
have failed to comply with the law
Imposing a license tax of *1 per year
upon foreign companies and ROc per
year on domestic companies for each
J1.000 of capital stock.
Tile tax was due August 1. but
only seven of the 22,000 corporations
.llalarln ('Mix - c.ons < : Appellee.
The Old Standard (' " e's Tasteless Chil
Tonic, drives nu; u ' iind lit.ilds up Ih
vstora. For sn,™ 1 .'(lUiireu. «k
The Big Bargain offers of the
State Capital have been continued
to Monday, February 6, 1911. So
many forgot. vVe want to give
all a chance. S^e the list on page
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ARE SHOT Ai
Senate Kills Code Commission'
and Refuses to Even Re-
BROWNLEE MADE FIGHT j
Looks Like Back Hand Slap at
Another of Governor Haskell s j
Orders and Promises Rather]
Hot Debate Followed—Will
Have a Joint Commission
OKLAHOMA CITT. Ollla . Jan. 13 — j
Both houses went on record an against
giving any official recognition to the |
work done by the three meml era of the ,
late code eommlaslon today when a res- ,
olutlon was adopted requiring all of 'the .
books, records and papers of the coin- j
mission to be turned over to the ser j
geant-at-arnis of the house for the use |
of the Joint code committee of the two
.. fight against the adoption of the
resolution was made in the senate by
Senator Brownlee, whose father is one
of the members of the commission who j
have continued their work during the
past year. Brownlee announoed that
both volumes of the code complied by
three members of the commission
had been printed and that one volume
lady for distribution. He aserte
that it would not be fair to these men
who had worked for a year without re-
muneration, merely for the honor of
seeing their names on the code of the
He made a direct attack on the veracity
of statements attlrbuted to the president
of the senate In regard to the work of
the code commission.
le recited the history of the commis-
sion, stating the governor had vetoed
the resolution terminating the commis-
sion on the advice of the attorney gen-
eral that the resolution would have no
legal effcct and that tho governor hai
then directed all of the members of the
commission to nesurrie work.
Senator Stewart and Franklin made a
fight for the passage of the resolution,
asserting that the commission expired
by limitation of law in December, 1910,
and had no legal authority after that
time. An opinion of the attorney gen-
eral to that effect wan cited by Franklin
The senate passed on third reading the
Govilding bill allowing the county com-
missioners of Garfield county to offer
premiums or a county fair and stock
By Coffey allowing the sale of school
lands for school houses.
By Colvllle, antl gambling.
By Land turn, making It unlawful to ex-
hibit any "freaks.''
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MADILL, Okla., Jan. 13.—The store
of J. E. Dillingham was burglarized.
.Entrance Into the store was made
through a side window. Two suits of
•lothing were take, also other articles.
DURANT. Okla., Jan. 13.—R. D.
Elklns, newspaper man of southeast-
ern Oklahoma, has been appointed by
Speaker of the House of Representa-
tives W. A Durant, supply clerk of
LONE WOLF BANKRUPT
Tn the United States district court
hPre bankruptcy proceedings have
been commenced against W. N. Julian,
a merchant of Lone Wolf, in Kiowa
county. The assets are not stated,
but the liabilities are $500.
WANTS BANK STATEMENT
OKLAHOMA CITY. Okla., Jan. 13.
State Hank Commissioner Ceckrell
has called for a statement of the con-
dition of state* banks at the close of
buaineai on the nicht Of January 7,
The nationals are called for the same
BOARD OF NORMAL REGENTS
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.. Jan. 13.
—Farris Purswell. formerly principal
of th* Shawnee city schools, has h'-en
elected secretary of the state board of
normal repents, succeeding John U
Mitch. Superintendent. Wilson nas
been elected chairman of the board.
PRISONERS CALLED IN.
T AW TON Okla.. Jan. 1* —The pris-
oners have been railed In nfT the county
road (tans following a statement by the
county attorney to the county commis-
sioners that the superintendent of the
can* was allowing bootleggers to escape
The superintendent has resigned and
the prisoners will h« contracted In the
future to townships.
WOULD QUARRY GRANITE.
■ T.AWTON. Okla.. Jan. 13 —Efforts are
being made here to organize a company
to handle a very fine granite building
stone recently discovered near Mount
Sheridan, twenty miles northwest of
here Mount Sheridan granite took the
prize at the state fair last year and an
enormous ledge of easily quarried stone
has been disclosed The "tort carries
a beautiful red quartz which polishes
FACED ANOTHER CHARGE.
MT'SKOGFTTC Okla.. .Inn 12, Soon aft-
er belntr frped from a eharge of kllMng his
mother-in-law in Muskogee. John H
Dickenson was arrested on a fugitive
warrant, on a charge of murderlnr a
white man named Mantln. near Hampton-
Ark . ten v< ars ngo.
Tt Is nlloRrii flat Dickenson, with two
others, killed Mantln Two negroes
were lynched for this murder, of which
Dl -kenson 1* now charged He Is he-
ir/ 'eld hen awrtitlng tho arrival of
I officers from Arkansas.
FATAL CALF QUARREL.
SULPHUR. Okla., Jan. 13.—A dispute
about a law suit over a calf resulted
fatally near here yesterday. A negro
named Brodie lien dead at his home
at Newby and two brothers named Azery
are under arrest. One of the Azerys
also has a small flesh wound In his chest.
Very few details of the tight are
known. It Is said that Brodie went to
the Azerys to talk over the matter of
the lawsuit and while there a dispute
was started which resulted In the trag-
TO BUILD SMELTER.
TULSA. Okla.. .Tan. 13.—The mystery
surrounding a troup of surveyors who
have been working northeast of here for
a week was solved yesterday when It
became known that they were surveying
ground for the erection of a $100,000
smelter that Is to be moved to Collins-
ville from Iola. Kan.
It Is The prime Western Smelter com-
pany's plant and will employ 150 men,
The Inducement of natural gas brought
the Industry to Collinsville, a little town
IS miles northeast of here.
KICK ON SHORTAGE.
MUSKOGEE. Okla.. Jan. 13.—Mayor
McGarr asked the city council today to
join with him In the filing of a petition
with the state corporation commission
asking that that body compel the Caney
River Oas company to furnish a safe and
adequae supply of gas for this city
Incumbent, and appointee of Superior j
Judge Dan Huett, and George A. Ken- |
Huett first received the judgeship by
appointment, hut was subsequently re-
tained by general vote. With him was
elected George A. Kennedy as clerk.
Roberts who ran against Kennedy and
was defeated, claims that Kennedy's
election was illegal and refuses to re-
linquish the office until the successor
can legally qualify.
Kennedy has brought mandamus pro-
ceedings against Roberts compelling him
to appear In court and show reason why
he refuses to give up the office.
Views of the People
The Spirit of Winter.
The Spirit of Winter Is with us, mak-
ing its presence known In many differ- l
ent ways—sometimes by cheery sunshine
and glistening snows, and sometimes by
driving winds and blinding storms. To j
mar.y people it seems to take a delight
in making bad things worse, for rheu- j
mat ism twists harder, twinges sharper, ]
catarrh becomes more annoying, and the ;
many symptoms of scrofula are devel- j
oned and aggravated. There Is not much '
poetry in this, but there is truth, and
It is a wonder that more people don't j
got rid of these ailments. The medicine i
that cures them—Hood's Sarsaparilla—
is easily obtained and there is abundant
proof that its cures are radical and
MRS. STELLA BROWN DEAD
CHICKASHA. Okla.. Jan. 13 -Mrs.
Stella Brown, wife of John W. Brown,
one of the wealthiest Indians of this
SAYRE, Okla., Jan II. —The small town
cr city must send daily to the big city
for items specially ordered, and that
.such items constitute a large share of
express business. The express charges
are added # to the bill and the customer
pays It. The charges on transient good4
are very high, even unto robbery. No*r
7011 urge singly against relief for thfl
I will tell you that the Implement
dealers of Sayre do not keep In stocit
the- simplest repairs, such as sickle
heads, and sections for sickles, but mu -t
send to headquarters for them. Who
pays the expreFsage-.' Is there need to
answer? Yet you advocate opposition
to o parcels post. Are you not opposed
to rural free delivery for much the same
Why does not your local merchant go
Into the mail order business to the
limit, also9 What Is h« moping for° He
says he can do as well for we farmers
as the mail order house. Now what is
he crying about? Why does he not get
abcut it and hustle as the big merchant
do?s? We are not going to buy abroad
when we can get a fair, square deal nt
home. It would not pay us to do it.
If we buy from a catalogue house It is
because we are compelled to. We buy
lust as you buy and your readers buy—
where we can get same quality cheap-
est. What is wrong about that?
O. A. BURGESS.
The recent shortage during the cold i c'ty, died Thursday at San Antonio.
spell prompted the action. The gas
main broke outside the town. The water
plant had no gas to run the engines,
so the town was without either water or
gas for a day.
OF NOBLE FAMILY.
TULSA. Okla.. .Tan. 13—According to
the story told a fellow countryman just
before his death, Herbert Holgren. 20.
who died here yesterday, was the scion
of a noble family of Sweden.
Holgren was working here ns a laborer
and had been in this country only a short
time. He said he had come to the
United State* for the study of social
conditions first hand with a view of be-
coming a professor of sociology In a
university of Europe.
The local authorities are endeavoring
to communicate with relatives In Stock-
ENID. Okla.. Jan. 13.—Although the
solution made today Is not certain, It
Is believed that the mysterious meetings
of farmers In this vicinity are the fore-
runners of what Is to he an antl-auto-
moblle assoclaton. a sort of an auxliary
to the anti-horse thief association.
It Is Intimated that the association
will pass a number of rules governing
the conduct of auto drivers. The code
upon which the ritual of the order l<*
based Is said to have been found by a
cab driver In a storm sewer scaled In a
ketch-up bottle. Some art Inclined to
take the story as a joke.
ENID'S ELECTION TANGLE.
ENID. Okla.. Inn 13 A lively contest
for the ofT'-p of superior court clerk is
The body will be brought home for
Mrs. Brown was a Chickasaw In-
dian by descent, and was one of the
best educated women of her tribe. She
was horn near Tishomingo, and was
educated near Caddo in an Indian
seminary. For two years Mrs. Brown
was president of the Okl&ftonia C. W.
13. M. society of the Christian church.
She was one of the foremost citi-
zens in securing the Carnegie library
for Chickasha. Through her work
and influence the library was located,
built and maintained. Until recently
Mrs. Brown acted in the capacity of
president of the Carnegie library
Mrs. Brown was Miss Stella Carter
before her marriage. Her people have
been prominent In Chickasaw Indian |
tribal affairs for years. Her cousin. !
Holmes Colbert, spends most of his
time In Washington, I) C attending !
to matters pertaining to the Chlcka- j
TOTAL DEAD NOW 18
Riots in Bombay Are Growing
BOMBAY. Jan. 13.—Six more per-
sons died today as a result o' Injuries
In yesterdays clash between troops
and rioting religious celebrants.
The number of dead reaches 1R.
Twenty-four others were Injured. The
trouble yesterday was the result of
diff • nee between Mohammedans nn.l
onlv One "BRONO QriVIVE**
lhat is LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE. LooU
tor the signature of E. VV. GROVE. Used the
World over ro Cure a Cold m One Dav iSc.
WANT BETTER DEPOT
Negroes of Pawnee Are Not Be-
ing Treated Fairly
OKLAHOMA CITY. Okla., Jan. IS.
—A "Jim Crow" complaint was re-
ceived Friday by the corporation com-
mission from Pawnee. A number of
the negroes residing at that place
joined In the complaint, which alleges
the Frisco railroad is not providing
adequate accommodations for them In
its depot at that place.
on here, between Ralph Roberts, present Shiahs In the festival.
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