The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 226, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 16, 1910 Page: 2 of 12
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THF. OKLAHOMA STATS CAPITAL. SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 16, 1910.
More Than 20
BENT LETTER TO HASKELL
Trersurer of M'Intosh Co
Seme Pluin Facta Relating to
Taxation—Credit of State In-
volved Bad Time to Correct
Ingredients give to Hood'i SarsaparilU
its great curative power—power to euro
many ar\d varied complaints, including
diseases of the blood, ailments of the j
1 sUmach, trouble* of the kidneys and
Tells *ivep< ' Henry Resolution Goes Back to
Many of the Ingredients are just j House Committee Reporting At
what the profession prescribe In the
ailments named, but the combination
and proportions are peculiar to this
medicine and give it curative power
peculiar to itself.
Therefore, there Is no real substi-
tute for it. If urged to buy sny prep-
aration said to be "Just as good" you
may be sure it is Inferior, costs less
to make, and yields the dealer a larger
Get it today in the usual liquid form
AND) CONFUSION SCOPE NATIONAL
INAUGURAL DATE CONTEST.
But Will Probably Bs Again in
Limelight Soon—Senate Was
Not in Session.
Sarsatabs. 100 Doses One Dollar.
[AitLY DA I t I OH IEST1VAL
BIG MUSICAL EVENT, APRIL.
Guthrie Chorus to Render Four
KUFAITTjA, <<I:Im . Jan. 15.--In antlcl-
pution of an extra *. < ion of the legla-
iaiturr and the fa. t that an extension for
the payment of taxes would he eonslder-
ed, County Treasurer W. T. Miller ad-
dresscd the following letter to Cloveinor
Haskell, which Is self explanatory:
Eufaula, Okla., Jan. 7, 1910.
Governor C. N. Haskell,
My Dear Governor: I nothv in the
dallv pipers that you will soon call an
extra session « f the Oklahoma legisla-
ture and will recommend to that body
that the time of payment of taxes
he extended. Now, governor. T sincerely
trust that you will not allow sueh to
I* b<• done, and I am sure In you will look
at the matter as I do you will not.
The fact Is that all taxes should he In
the hands of the tvasujirs not later
than the fir t day of January, for on
that date all Insist coupons are due. Following a conference with represen-
snd If we are to 1 - r> up the credit tatlves of the St. Louis symphony orches
Of our state nnd r ninth's something will; tra, which will he the star attraction for
have to he done toward getting the taxes jth* spring music festival to be given
collected In time to meet th Interest ;und the auspices of the Guthrie Choral
payments. Thirty-sK ■ •! dlstrlet* In ; society, It has he«n decided that tho
this county hove float, d 1 n<: ■ for hulld- ; fr„tlval will be held early in April, al-
Intr houses and up to dnt 1 have ' en though the dates have not yet been
able to pay the Inteiest on hut four'■-n „< . . ted
of the bond issue*. The date was set far enough away to
T have already felt tlv eff ■ i « f the- .• _.|v,. tho choral society ample time for
newspaper reports, for my eoll■•.•Hons: ,„,.r>nation on the ambitious chorus
have fallen off v.-ry materially, an 1 j, ,.mb,Ts whlcl. It will rende r at that
should an extension «.f time !.•• ^ranti-d time with t!ie orchestra of sixty-flv •
the largo taxpayers will. «>f eoiirne, ta!:e , pif.rWI, under the direction of Max Zaeli.
advantage of it. 1 presume all of the . eioinpanyintr.
counties In the eastern half <>( our «tnt p j„ planned that the chorus, under-
liavo outstanding warrants b aring aix:dlrocclou ot Prof. \v. It Lane, shall)
per cent Interest-. and an extension "f ,, „(|C1. r, ur of tjie f;imu operatic ehor-
tlmo will be disastrous to them 1 fUllviuses for mixed \." > s The program will
realize that In some eases an excessive i ^.ntal:? the rousing "Soldiers Chorus'
levy has been made and think such en | from Gounod's 'Faust"' three W.-gaer
he the case In McIntosh county. ' ut I , , . |n, , uliag th-> f. mous bridal
firmly believe this to be a bad time to|,;„.rUg "faithful and True." from I. >-
undertake to ronrrt the morn. If .uch heim-rln, the 1'rav, r and I'lnale from the
*xlst. I would BiiRRe.1 that where e*-|flrtt „ct of tl,e 8ame „p(!,.a nml lllp
TWO NOTABLE CONFERENCES
Federations to Hold Three Days'
Sessions in Washington Begin-
ning Monday—Will Bring To-
gether Many Men of High Dis-
WASHINGTON'. Jan. 15. The riKl>t WASHINGTON, Jan. 13. -The ront
l.itW ' II two I'liminlttuea oyer tho Jur- er.ro ot ([..vernon and the natlunal ccia
iKillctlon (if tho compromising of a'forenre or the national civlr re.leration
eun.Htltutiona! amendment tr> chungo'"i'en their se.-slons here next Monday.
tl„. dnt,. „f the presidential InauKUr- Tho conferences will continue three days
ntlon from V.,r<h 4 to the last President Taft will „<ldre the ledora-
i --- : . .... .„|.,h ;n «h« 1 °n on Monday and the governors on
or In chocolated tablet form called I hursdaj in April. risultd in
house today committing the matter, .. • " Ir,
. .. . ,, .1, r The confer pees will be notable In
back to the judiciary committee wlilch
that they bring together many men of
, , 4 .'national distinction. Borne of those who
The action was temporary defeat of. atUl)i| ;il„ ,, „r
the advocates of the I'enri reso u | ^rn<>ricn.n Ilankcrs' association; Charles
tlon, but Mr. Henry later announced i Bllot. of the National Conservation
that an effort would b< made to reach association; former Attorney General
an understanding with Chairman |Charles J. Hflnaparte, now president or I
Gaines of the committee on election the National Municipal league; Joshua!
of prsldent and vie • president, which, Strange, of the Farmers' National assoe-
Greut ',n^ reported an almost identical latlon; Joseph E. Ransdell president of
measure, and that the judiciary com-1 the National Rivers and Harbors con-
mitt' e would take up the H« nry reso- gross; ypeaker Cannon. Andrew Car-
lutlon and report It back to the house; nogle, John Hays Hammond. John
within ten days. Mitchell, George D. Cortelyou. Seth lyow,
The battle was found amid a con- ('ov'rn"r Willson, of Kentucky. Judgs
fuidon of parliamentary tactics. The! Alton 1!. Parker, James R. Garfield,
senate was not in session.
The Only One Price
Clothier In Guthrie
TOUGH TOWN IS BURNED.
SPOKANE, Jan. IB.—The little
town of Grand Forks, Idaho, oneo
rated as the toughest town In the
state, was practically destroyed by
fire today for the second time In two
months. Tho Joss is placed at $8,000.
former secretary of the interior; Fred-
erick W. Lehmann. of the American
J:ar association, and Secretary Hoot.
Many national questions will he dis-
cussed. Conservation, regulation of cor-
porations and uniform legislation will be
some of the subjects.
Dr. Reel's $r>.00 shoes, mens and lad-
ies for $3.98 at Hoblnsons.
GUTHRIE I ACHING PLANT,,
Work Being Fushed on North Side
AH Manhattan Shirts (Accept White Stiff Bosom
resslve levies have been made for W' trlutlc and
that the levies In these districts be re-
duced next year. This county needs all
the tax money due It and I believe a
majority of the counties are In the same
condition. T am sure tint the county
treasurers of Oklahoma will a^rce with
me In tl)lf. expression of my opinion.
Trusting that you will seriously con-
sider this Important matter and see that
the time for payment Is not allowed to
he extended. I bee- to remain.
Youry very truly.
w. t. mit-t.fr
Treasurer McIntosh County, Okla.
EMPTY SHELLS A CLEW.
Missouri Farmer Shot Down From
TRENTON, Mo.. Jan. 15.—Tho eoro-
ler's Jnry Investigating tho death ot
James Hatcher, a farmer who was found
murdered In a field near Lindley, nine
miles northeast of here last night, ad-
Joumed tonight without reaching a ver-
dict Another session will be held Mon-
The peneml opinion Is that TTatcfier
wos shot from ambush by a neighbor.
Empty shells were found today a short
distance from where Hatcher fell.
Inspiting "Hall, Bright
Work :>rogess. .g rapia'y on the
packing p.ant go'ng up north of the
ci t \ on 711 vision street exro.idol .
Had weather delayed the construc-
tion for several days but a return to a
normal temperature has enabled the
building work to be resumed.
TO TRY FOR MIOEAELIN CUP.!
Sixth Day of Aviation Meet De-
void of Sensations Bi-Pianes
Rise From Mud.
AVIATION FIELD, LOS ANO0U5B,
Calif., Jan. IV While devoid of sensa-
. , . , ... . i tlonal incidents, the aviation meet today
Th . plant, when completed, wil be ,y ^ fllets [r,>m # ,„m.
one or th,. lamest and most Important !mercU, „undpolnl Bot„ Louls Ptt„lto„
of local Industries. It will cover 20
Abode." from Tannhauser.
These choruses, magnlfhhnt in them
selves, will he greatly Increased in et
fectlveness by the support of an orcJies- i1,1 1 H'ul "'uuairics. n win nuvn- •suj.-.nd Glenn H. Curtlss. In their bl-plan
tra, and the size of the chorus itself Is j acres and will possess a daily killing demonstrated the mud running capacl-
expected to be greatly Increased by the capacity of 100 hogs, 50 cattle and 100 j ties of their machines, lifting in heavy
prospect of rendering these great num- ,sheep. ground and flying against a stiff breeze
The proposition is capitalized at from the ocean.
$60,000 and is finances wholly by lo-| The n|gMg to(Jay werp mflde tJ a
cal men. [small crowd because of rain, and were
F. P Rlnehart, manager, who has COnfined to speed laps around the course.
h;en engaged in the wholesale me.tMpaulhan tried to beat Curtlss' ten lap
business for ten years, believes thnt;record but failed Curtlss tried to beat
ntlre pioductlon of th-^ plant will his own one lap record and failed. Wll-
ndilard and Hamilton failed la similar at-
bers with the sort of a setting that they
deserve. The chorus will commence
work on its part of the program next
GAS INCREASE GREAT.
WA8HINGTN, Jan. IB.—An Industry of
the Unlte.l Stntes thnt hnn grown with f nfl tt re;uly market in c.utlnl.
enormous strides la the production
natural gas. the value of which has In-
creased since 1S82 from $215,000 to $54.-
640,371 In 1908. the latter figures being
254 times greater than the production
of 26 years ago.
RAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 15.—The most
complete coin counterfeiting outfit ever
taken by federal authorities was captured
here today. Three men giving the
names <if Michael Angelo, Amu.1 I'd Cola,
and Samuel Annan, were arrested The
seizure and the arrests followed months
of unremitting; effort.
other parts of the state. Killing wilt j tempts. .
c mnience March 1. Paulhan. It was announced, will on the
The main building, which will lv/dast day of the meet try for the Mlchat
devoted to slaughtering .ml storage|iin cup for the long distance flight.
K ro by 120 feet nnd la completed up-H"1"' Carmen ot Knjlancl. hollis tins
to the roof line. cup for a flight of 144 miles in 4 h. urs,
minutes and 33 seconds.
Remember all shoes are being sold at
a big refuctlon this week at Robinsons.
niF-S CUBED I!f 6 TO 14 PATH,
PAZO OINTMENT is Kuuranteed to cure any
cane of Itching, Bond, inverting or Protruding
Piles in 6 to 14 days or money refunded, .'to
IS CONFESSION VICTIM
Negress Arrested in Gunnels Case
Out or. Bond.
LAPORTR, Ind.. Jan. 1"> -Mis Kli/.a-,
fceth Smith, arrested ;«.s the result of a
confession of Ray l.amphere to Rev K
A. Schell, now president of the Iowa
Wesleyan unlversltv. was released today
on a $500 bond. The negroes, who were
Implicated by the confession in the mur-
der of Mrs. Bella Gunness and her fam-
ily denied all the charges made by I.un-
DENVER PAPERS SI ON.
After Two Dayr' Suspension Issue
Rig price reductions
week at Robinsons.
MISS TAFT WILL AID.
Daughter of President to
ALL STYLES ALL SIZES
Manhattan Shirts Now
Manhattan Shirts Now
Manhattan Shirts Now
Nanhattan Shirts Now
Manhattan Shirts Now
WIFE IS FOUND DEAD.
GREAT METEOR FALLS.
GRAND FORKS. N. P.. Jan. 1",.— DENVER Jan. 1'.. Thf four prln
A motoor men miring 65 Inche. In ,11- clpai Denver papers, the News, the p||„ \dflPH, \ I ,n 15-Mlaa
Z?.7lX TTT, H th" P"st :,n" the Re"ubUci">' Heie,. Taft, daughter of the presld,nt,|
C^lnJ. V";. " Tr MISP<M,d"1 iSS"" fnr tw IM lending l,er aid b. the all
n Z'T mlr >' til.s Horning. For da s a renult of a strike ..f pres.- thou8al„, sblrtwalat ,tr,Uer this
a fu.| minute before it struck th''(men will resume publication tomor-1 (.jt,.
meteor illuminated the entire sur-1 row morning.
rounding country and its impact with | Late tonight a working agreement j
the earth produced vibrations like, was signed. It p rovided for a flit'
TULSA, Okla., Jan. 13.—Pending an
investigation of the mysterious death
of Mrs. W. C. Ansbrook, who died
from poisoning at Cushing yesterday,
her former husband, Isaac Huston,
was arrested there tonight.
Mrs. Ansbrook's bo6y was found by
her husband when he returned from
work. l-cbide it lay a note saying
she had been met on the street by
Huston and he had forced poison
down her throat.
of an earthquake.
NEGRO RUNS AMUCK.
Flashes Gun Which Was Taken
JEWELS FOR BIRTHDAYS
While we are discussing the matter ofi
jrwels let us have a peep Into the mat - ]
ter of birthHtones.
We all have one, that is certain, but!
whether we know just which one we
have a riRht to wear is another matter, t
Kvery stone represents a certain attri-;
bute. January has for its stone th*,
Rarnet, and this dark red gem taands j
for constancy nnd fidelity. February's ]
stone Is th
ly \lis« Taft and ten girl
friends at Bryn Mawr college came in-
to town and p;u-|.cipatcd in a confer-
ence i-f prominent society women at
20 per cent in the wa*e«!the home ot 41ra Henrv L.
Jayne. . t which the strike was dis-
cussed ;i')d plans* formulated to aid
th" girls. Aliss Tnft's attendance has
given renewed hope to the strikers.
of pressmen and helpers, an 8 hour
i day for workmen an afternoon pa-
ws and a 7 hour day for workmen
n morning papers.
FORTUNE AWAITS CONVICT.
NEW YORK, Jan. 15. - J. Edward
Bo- ch, who is serving a seven year
sentence in Sing Sing prison fo
big Jewelery swindle in 1907. may fall
heir to more than a million dollars
left by J. C. Lounsberry of St. Paul,
who died there In squalor. Among
Lounsherry's effects were papers
P. Harroway, a young negro, was
arrested late last night by Patrole-
mcn Dean and Dye and locked up on
charge of drunkeness and disturb-
Tig the peace. Harroway had im-
t>lbed too strongly of fighting whiskey
and made a "gun play" In a house
on West Lincoln avenue. His gun
was taken from him by a neighbor
before the arrival of the police.
PRAISE FOR PINCHOT.
Conservation Congress Throws a
NF;W YORK, Jan. 15.—Praise for
GIfford Pinchot, former chief forester,
of the United States, was the key-
note of a speech delivered today at the
conference on conservation of natural
resources before the republican club
"The national forests," said Philip
W\ Aytrs, chief forester of New
impshlre, "have been established
through the g< nlus and patriotism of
IJ fi rd Pinchot"
"Iltit for Air. Pinchot," said f'ol-
rr.el William F. Cody. (Buffalo Bill)
*wo should have no great national
forest pr< serve, nnd it was President
!t< -scvelt," he added, "who started
A!ni! : t the or,Iy note of dissent w
fc_hy John (J. Brady, former of
ethyst, emblematic of j which proved him to be an unc
March comes alonpr with the j the Sing Sing convict.
which betokens courage
a SI i 111l £■
presence of mind. April, with its show-
ers and fitful breezes, has the diamond
an emblem of Innocence. May, with Its
blossonilnR meadows and budding
blushes, has the emerald, which signifies
success In love.
June, with its fulltlde of leaves and
flowers, has the agate, which betoken*
health and long life. The ruby of torrid
July Is the token of a contented mind,
while the sardonyx of August signifies
September, for some queer renson, has
the chrysolite, a peculiar looking gem,
whhh Is reputed to be an antidote
The "unlucky" opal, far from being a
"Jonah" among Rems. Is typical of hope
and sacred to the month of October.
November has the topnr denoting fidel-
ity. while the Christmas month, gray,
old December, gayly appears with the
turquoise, which Insures prosperity.
Wouldn't It he a curiously Interesting
study to discover just how those Ideas
In regard to the months and their spec-
ial stones, originated anwav?
The Distinguishing Feature, of
Ozomulaion ia its CURATIVE
QUALITY. Which All Other
• I'KD l'ROM i'AOR ONF
that lie will
however, has not Indicated
MEDICINE FOR TH£
Has Keen Rival
The management of the sanitarium in
tills city w filch cares for nearly six
hundred state Insane patients, when
asked regarding tho above report of the
retirement of Dr. Clark, said that the re-
port that the resignation to take effect
at once had been accepted was true; and r
that the vacancy had been offered Or.
Griffin and it was thought tliat he would
a Rich, Liquid
Nutrlmen: and Tls-
OZOMULSlON is recommended for the
recblo and Emaciated, because it puts
LICENSE FOR ALL HUNTINO
Law Covers All Or.me, Whether
Listed by Law or Not.
That a citizen must procure a hunter's
license to hunt any kind of game In
Oklahoma, whether sp- Ifhallv mention-
ed In the gam.' laws or not, except for
hunting upon his own pfemls «, is the
holding of Attorney General V. s? In an
opinion to County Attorney A. v. Cop-
When questioned regarding recent re-
ports as to the condition of the asy-
lum. It was stated that the management
had every desire to comply with any
request made which had In view the
betterment of tho Institution and thnt It
was expected to do everything possible ifo
to comply* with requests of the state. | '
The retirement of Dr. Clark and the
promotion of l>r Griffin will necessitate, Jne
It w-is stated, the appointment of another
physician at the asylum, hut no definite
selection has been" made.
Or. Clark, who retlr his been at the
head of the Institution for the past five
years, coming t Oklahoma from Illinois.
It Is not thought there will be anv
further chr. *.«s In th* asylum staff nt
this time. The visiting physicians are
Dr. Robo nnd Dr. Low*her. Or. Griffin
the resident physt >m. Reside the
<;:ff mentioned, there are forty male
blood into their
Thin People, because
plump and fat.
OZOM UI jSION la
Pnny. Sickly Babies,
them grow Into str )n.-
iccause It mak .•
\ ig >rous Adults
Food Mr.lli In*
CONTINUED FROM l*AGE ONE
"I bellvve the next speakership
will go to the Middlew at and not to
any man who has had a long service
in congress and has hud close affilia-
tion with the men who have domin-
ated congress. It does not seem pos-
sible, on the other hand, that the
speakership could go to any of the
is man of ability.
Mr. Diekenia's announcement fol-
lowed a direct question put to him as
to whether he would support Speak-
er Cannon for re-election. His reply
was that he could not do so because he
was going to be a candidate himself.
He Is a member of the judiciary com-
mittee and the committee on election
• f president, vice-president and rep-
resentatives In congress. Mr. Dieke-
ma has been called by Mr. Cannon t
pr side over tho house temporarily
three times and has served two term:
!;i congress. He was speaker of ti"
Michigan house of representatives
boasting the distinction of never hav-
ing an appeal from his ruling on i
filamentary question during t
six months term.
Following his announcement,
Diekema has a conference with
"I am not a candidate for
speakership," said Mr. Mann," follow-
ing the Diekema announcement. "I
nm for 'Uncle Joe' first, last and all
the time. I regard him as the very
: est man for that office. He has been
| the fa irest on the floor nnd the abl -st
Farmers Umon Roasts
Haskell's Special Session
Would by Use of One Letter Cha
the Use to Kick, They Say—
ENID. Okla.. Jan. 15—While the Our-
field county farmers' union was holding
session here this week, a reporter for
e Wave-Democrat (democratic) Inter-
jwed several delegates before they con-
ned at the noon hour, asking what
ey thought of the calling of the special
session of the legislature. They nn-
swered before they discovered him. after
which they asked for the password and
then threw him out.
J A. Llndow said:
"Yes. we need an extra session. The
farmers are not pacing taxes enough.
Change Haskell's name and make It
Roads added- "Put a 'd* before the
R. C. Shades said: "It's none of our
business. The governor has made up
his mind and I think be Is going to have
nge Sound of a Name—What's
Taxes High and Going Up.
the session. I don't see what we have
to do with it."
J. F. Regan said: "Unless they do
better this session than they did last
I don't see the use of meeting."
MRS. MURPHY DIVORCED.
Daughter of Sidewalk Inspector
fn the district court of Logan county
yesterday. Judge A. H. Huston grant 1
Rena Murphy a decree of divorce from
her husband, Oliver Murphy, who failed
to contest the suit. Murphy is a farmer
of this county and bis former wife, to
whom was restored her maiden name
of Rena Harrington, is a daughter of
Sidewalk Inspector ron Harrington.
Demands Already for
Half Million Appropriations
Indications Point to Coining Session Being as Money Mad as tha
Second—Expected More Than p. Million Dollars
Will Be Expended.
Already demands have been mode upon
Gcvernor Haskell for more than half a
million dollars 'n appropriations by the
special session of the legslature, called to
convene January 20-
Robert Dunlop, democrat,? candidate
foi state treasurer, and chairman of the
insane asylum board (which Kate Bar-
nard has been roasting so unmercifully
recently) has asked for $200,000 for the
new asylum at Vinita; between 575,'R>0
$100,000 I'or the girl's Industrial school at
Chickasha; $.30,000 for the blind school at
Fort Gibson, asked by the state board
of public affairs; a maintenance fund tor
the Ada state normal, not les« than
m* ^ KMuund....tn, -mm t
?■"0,000; both Attorney General West an-1
the state corporation commission are oat
cf contingent funds, a least $100,000; ami
the state codifying committee 1; s asked
for an additional $20,000 to run them
through 'til next June. And the .cover-
ernor's "Investigation" fund Is about ex-
hausted, because of payments to hii
'•statistical" clerks, John Flenner or
Washington, I). C., and others, and lm
contingent fund Is almost gone too, be-
cause of the employ lag of an attoriK/
general In St. Louis. Frederick Jials.m.
to take care of the really big cases thi
state may have on hand, cases wherein i
competent lawy« r Is necessary.
hat supplies eli essentials neo s.«ary to
•serve physical health. Physicians say
J/.OVrLSlON Is easy to take—easy
tc digest—easy'to assimilate. These vital
necessities make OZOMULSlON tho
most VALUABLE SCIENTIFIC PREP-
ARATION of d Liver OH ever Com-
Osomulwlon Is known, recommended
end "old l y worthy drugp.lsts everywhere
Ir. 16 oz. nnd s os. bottles.
Always ask for Oz onulslon by name.
That all may experience for them-
selves what this exclusive preparation
v ill do. a 3 oz. Trial bottle will be sent
by mail to :.ll who send their address, by
postcard or letter, to the Ozomulaion
CLARK IS FACETIOUS.
"He's overlooking the fact that the
new house will be democratic and that
tho democrats will choose the speak-
| or," was Champ Clork's comment on
I Mr. Dlekema's announcement.
i As to the opposition that other pos-
; ible candidates might encounter, it
was suggested today that Mr. Mann's
! activity on the floor, his vote to re-
'commit the tariff hill, and his position
I.if f arless independence as to other
! party measures, might figure in the
f event ho sought th >!>
Mr. Olmsted comes from an ultra high
tariff state; and that Judge Smith has
bl'-s of his tfwn state legislation.
For Rheumatism,Lumbago,Sprains, Bruises,
Sore Throat, Cold in Chest, Asthma, Bron-
chitis, Difficult Breathmer, Cold in Head. It
eives quick relief. 10?~25<: — 50?
|5 Million Bottles sold every year.
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