The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 229, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 20, 1910 Page: 3 of 8
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Hffl MI PIE MIS ltSIV,
LEADERS REMAIN THE SAME
WOUNDS OR POWDER BURNS
Officers of Last Session of Legis- dpt. Seton, Former British Anny ~
lature Will Hold on Now—Old Officer, and Clins Metz Called vr
Eniployes to Have Mcst of
Jobs—General Howl for More
How To Save $2 on ij
CoughMedicine by Making
it at Home ?
-r- - t 'ough medicines. as a rule, are mo t!y
Officer, and Cluis Metz Called svrl!p. To the syrup,
iri Watkins Case Trial Start- i>mt or Granulated sugar
^ itr i a •KT^r.^r, + warm wiU'v, and stir about - inmui
ed Over a Week Ago Nears the
MUCH A DM?
LEGISLATORS' PAY PUZZLES
There is not the slighoft doubt ns to
th- officers v. i will preside over the
s« ilon of the legislature, which will
convene today. There will be no change,
democratic leaders having decided days
ago that they would insist on the officers
of the last session holding on.
Thitf agreement also obtains in con-
nection with committee appointments,
and as far as possible In giving places to
those who held positions during the sec-
ond legislature and who may apply in
This latter decision Is causing con-
siderable ill feeling, owing to the fact
that many of the workers in the demo-
cratic party, who arc in the city, be-
lieve they should he given positions nt
the pie counter They openly state that
those who served last session have had
enough of the cream and that new ones
■houtd be given a chance. What makes
it more embarrassing for the party had
er.-< Is the fact that many members of
the legislature had promised, In ease of
nn extra session, that thay would place
men from their districts, and now that
this is an id to ho impossible, there is a
genera' howl. Just what action will he
taken will not bo definitely known until
after the organization of both houses
Th°re will he many positions to fill
however, as many of those here last
winter have left the state. The filling
of these places will no doubt lead
■om ■ confusion.
Expert testimony on gunshot wounds
was Introduced as the closing feature
of evidence In the case of Norris Wat-
kins, accused of murder In the Osage
country In 1904. Tae trial
In the federal circuit court
11, and over fifty witnesses have be*n
Get two and one-half ounces of Fln°x
cents worth), put In u clean l>lnt
bottle, and fill up with the Granulated
Sugar Syrup. This makes a full pint of
unequaled cough syrup, for about oA
cents. Keeps perfectly. You couldn't buy
as much .eady-made cough syrup for
vas opened home-made remedy la pleasant to
Some Authorities Contend Law
Will Only Allow $2 While Oth-
ers Arg-ue Compensation Will
Be $6—State Auditor Trapp
Undecided—Suit Is Suggested
take, arid usually stops even the most
.obstinate cough in twenty-four hours,
catnlned. I|s ,p|cndid. also, for colds, whooping
•apt. C harles Seton. formerly an of-jcol,Kl) bronchlul ailments, etc
fleer in the English army, was called t0 t<,HSpO0nfU| every one. two
tell of powder burns. Effort was madl'jh(„irs
to break down the testimony f the de-j 8Upar syrup Is an excellent Bed-
fense tending to show that Haigler, tll0jat|ve The pjnex is the most valuable
victim of the Osage feud, was killed by |(lf,tlC<nitrnled compound of Norway White
accident at very close range. The cap- Kxtract. rich In all the healing • le-
tain did not put much faith in^ thej^^ nf vr.rwwrhin nine. Be sur
powder burn theory. Chris Met7. was
also sworn on gunshot wounds, telling |
of probable Iso of wounds at given dls- |
Iments of Norwegian pine Be sure to
juse the real Plnex Itself. Your druggist
It or can easily get It for you.
Strained honey can be used Instead of
"lAi4ument« v.tll he started early today!
anil the ease will probably go to the
jury In the afternoon.
Henry Hall was yesterday sentenced,
on his plea of guilty to counterfeiting.
one year In prison. He cam* from
aw nee county.
Rush Forney, accused of selling Iktuor
, Indians In the Osage country, was
Cute Rogers, charged with selling liquor
without payment of special tax. was
COMMISSION FIGHT NOW ON
8.1 of Resolutions A.lopK.l En- on p.lltion Looking to IW
bodying Views and Making (
the syrup, and makes a very flne honey
and pine tar cough syrup.
-Respects to Leader Are Rath-
Wide Range Affecting Individ-
uals as Well as. Commerce.
WASHINGTON, Jail. 19.—Agreeing
there should he uniformity in state laws
effecting not only commercial matters
but '.I wise (I thut i ertain to the
*ell heln< of the Individual, the Ctvlo
Fidcullo'n ai Its final session today
number of resolutions.
employed In ln-
l>HilM.-tlon of .11
code for ad >ptlon by the
vr.lform leglsintlon on th
gaihorlne. and preservutlor
tistles: endorsing the c<
Ani'"rlc;'.i' f.-rests and referring th
t< tl:c committee on uniform stat
The conference farther adopted a ron-
o'.iitioi. re ommendlng to th. governors
af the several rtates. now meeting In
ti,is capital, and to the rtfites theni-
F, i ,thai working men's compensation
i(<- fair to the employer and employe
rnd \v.to the state, be uniformly sub-
f ,t .it• l f«.r the present system of em-
ployerr* liability for injuries received 'n
a;:.I arising out of the course « « f em-
Mayor larquharson lias called :i
special election for February 21, at
which time the question of substitut-
ing a commission form of government
ft.r the present form will be submitted.
The proclamation was Issued last
In discussing the matter Major
"1 have called the city election one
(lry sooner than the law required m-.
recommending [ anQ j w ould have t ailed it three da>3
laws for I'10 j sooner could I have Rotten the certi-
| fieate to th.' number of votes cast in
I the last election. These books are.
or should be, in the hands of the dem-
ocratic election board, but they seem
The question l«. will It be tno dollai
a day or six dollars per day?
Over this momentous question mem-
bers of the legislature are having serious
There .ire those who hold that under
the constitution every legislator must
serve for each day over sixty day
during the time for which he wi
elected, at the rate of two dollars per
day while there are others who contend
that this contention is absolutely faulty
There are many members of the legis-
lature who openly state that they
not afford to leave their homes
business and serve the state for two
dollars per day. They say that their
•xpenses are In excess of such amount
and that It Is an Injustice to expect
them to serve.
Some members of the administration
force are contending that the legislators
must serve for two dollars and It is more
than likely that should such a derision
be reached by the governor that It
extremely difficult to maintain
working force In both houses.
There are those who, knowing Ilia
peculiar working of the constitution,
contend that the proper thing for tli.
legislature to do Is through the .ta e
auditor, to institute a friendly suit to
Ambassador Bryce Tells Confer- determine what the. are entitle,, to
ence Chief Executive of Each -
and that lie has some fear that should
i,e r.av In excess of two dollars per .lay
lmt he would Place himself In a posi-
tion whereby he may have trouble in
T, „ -oner.nl sentiment seems to
dollars Is low enough to pay
those who hold responsible positions,
such as the members of both houses do.
there are also others who are open
In the statements that there
necessity nf the legislature assembling
i ihat two dollars should be enough
pas' for what the taxpayers of the
state did not as for and which was not
DEFENDS YELLOW PAPERS
Arthur Brisbane Speaks Before
Journalists at Lawrence.
I.AWHENCE." K«... *> . ■
Brisbane, editor of the New 1 ork Jour-
nal. spoke here today at the first national
Dou't fail to visit our less Expensive department. There you wit, find bargains all the tun.
Our new grocery department just added to our basement has been « howling success We are
position .J sen L groeeri., cheap,- than you ha,- ever been able to buy the, before.
is made special by some particular tUng-soThu«day all day we will sell 1 pound can
peaches, fine home grown quality, usually sold r.c, 2 for 25c our special sale.
Thursday Only 3 for 25c
I'ound can string beans, very tender, regu-
20 pounds <if granulated sugar for
20 pounds to a customer.
Dried Apples, very best grade 4 pounds for
2f>c. This is only a few of he bargains, but
you will find them galore if you will only visit
STATES RIGHTS DEFENDED
State Is Coming More and More
to Be Looked Upon as Personal
Representative of People.
WASHINGTON. .Ian 19.—"States
burden of most of the
<1 at the conference of
i governors today, with particular refer-
ence to the conservation of rsjources
:>nd the regulation and supervision^ of
public service corporations. An inter
Cl ! nt;.' of views on these two subject
showed a unanimity of opinion as t i
the necessity for state activity.
A feature of the afternoon session was
a speech by Ambassador Bryce, vho
believed the conference would emphasize
the Importance of the governorship and
that the chief executive of each s*ate
was coming more and more to he look-
ed upon as the personal representative
of the people of his state.
overnor lladley, of Missouri, spoke
railroad rate legislation. He referred
the disparity In rates for passengers
andjrelght In Interstate and Intra
The appointment a committee of
fifteen ..a reform in 1 gal procedure for
t!,.. purpose of cooperating with the
committee of the American liar associa-
tion to suggest remedies and formulate
delay in 1111 •- itlo
of vital "l:i-|t0 havo no record of it
i.oi\.it hi o j ^ have been proferred more than
enough name, in the. lust two days
(since the Leader commenced its vil-
stuff) on a remonstrance petition t
more than offset the original petition
but as the city attorney seems to
tlilnk there might be some question as
to the course of taking action on these
ns .los after they have been flledjjwltl
■ [ am therefore putting it up ti tli
ters to do as they think b<
1 had held the petition another da
mil given the people one more chance
to read the Leader 1 think all th ■
name", would have been taken off.
"Inasmuch as some newcomers to
the city may ,10t b° acquainted with
the well known methods of 1'
Niblack of making false statements
anil then retracting and apologising|
for them later when ho Is found out,
t raffle, declaring the
transportation of persons and property
should not be left to the owners of the
line? but control should be exercised by
Governors Khhardt, of Minnesota.
Qulnby. of N w Hampshire; Wtllson. of
Kentucky; Carroll, of Iowa; Hughes, of
New York: Brook.". of Wyoming, and
Sliaffroth, of Colorado, were the oilier
The governors were entertained nt a
dinner at the white house tonight.
■ and lntrasta.e ntti pp.ike nere ...
■harges for tile conference of Journalists at ' " ""
. . ... ... , nf the I nlted States.
,, colleges of the rnlted States
Mr. Brisbane's talk was a defens. of
••vellow journalism. ' He outlined
methods of this class of paper, and told
of the results produced.
Walter Williams, dean of the school
of iournaUUS of Missouri MnlvWiU*.
was' elected secretary of the conference.
1 D Rlckman, of the Kansas stat" agri-
cultural college, was among those "
attendance. The conference
next year nt Columbia, Mo.
Sardines, 7 boxes for 2ac.
The very best grade of navy beans
3 pounds for
J' - —
Brooks'tHeater Sunday night
i; Y*-iirv ■ - ■
I the play of that name,
^coide^jGiH^ imiirp rnrr
WREATH ON STATUt BF LEt Stomach Cle^anser^ lEXPORIS G8EAi|ST0RMS VIOLENT TELEPHONtb rKtt
NO CRITICISM OFFERED1 ail(' 1
^O charcoal Is The Greatest and Most p^RMERS ARE FARING WELL1 WDESPREAD DAMAGE DONE ' NEW C0MP^ ™ ™
°, C0-ed3r"— seventy Centre! for Corn^Rtvers Over^ ^M
i and 12 Cents Are Flooded -American van to Install Automatic toysiem of
Honored by Representative of
U. D. C. Chapter,
WASHINGTON, Jan. IS. - In an un-
precedented manner was the memor. ot
Robert K. 1-ee honored at the c.ipit 1 to-
dcsplte the apposition which do-
si In the : i nate yesterday against
' 1 wish to say I have at different times (any ^
| let some of the people who work for
'the city have clothing out of my store,
:,nd I h ive waited until the end of the
month—they giving me orders on the
I elerk for what they owed me. I have
t Grants Masons Preference Always given face value for any war-
Right in Acquiring Former'1 over tn mP'
School Property at El Reno
MORGAN SETS Bill. PASSED
BEATS OTHER OKLAHOMANS
1 rants are
soon aa drawn.
W'/ SHI NOT
mail niok T.
iv- tli first
ON. Jan 19.- Congress-'
Morgan, of the Oklahoma j
ha.- distinction of Iip-
of Oklahoma's rrpre&enta-
iis congresB to secure the pas-
bill through the lower house.
ip the bill granting the grand
'odg' "f Masons "f Oklahoma the p>vf-
.•rente right tn purchase G40 acres of land
near HI H" o on whhh Is located tho
buildings formerly used i y tin- Clu-ymno
and \rapahoe Indian :;-hool. The Masons
will use the property as an orphan home
nmi Industrial school.
The hill met with ronsMfiable op-
position at the hands of Repr« tentative
Mann "f Chicago district and It
was not nntO the entli" Mat delegation
pitched In the debate the bll! was
BIG MEETING IS PLANNED
Spanish War Veterans to Camp
in the Band Room.
hill is now In the « natc where
all probability It will be am-ndod.
the local camp
Spanish war veterans expect
■ largest gathering since the boys ot
were disbanded. Officers are lo I.?
(tailed at the band headquarters ot
th." Ok; ihonia refiltnent. There will
t n old fashioned i.eati-hnklng and oilier
.,nd Mrs l.on D. Mnxlow, H!(V0
ined members of
the camp at nn
ho members of
• h ing pla
organization for the
When You Think
Oi the pain which many women exper.ence w.th ever*
month it makes the Sentiences and k.njness always
ated with womanhood seem to he almost a mirade.
While in general no woman rebels against what she re-
tards as a natural necessity there is no woman who woulu
not gladly be free from this recumng pen.d of pain.
rir Pierce*B Favorite Prescription makes
weak women stroni and sick women
heli. an J Hii es Hicm freedom from pain.
It establishes regularity, subvues -.inani-
mation. heals ulceration and curcs fe-
Sick women are invited to consult Dr. I'.eree by letter,
fr„ All .cor^Sr^;Jrn^Cj"|;*utBt(c^r'and1'w>irhou*,fee to World's Dispensary Med-
ical Association, R. V. I'.eree. M. U.. President, Buffalo, N. Y.
„ you wan, a
Ihem at , a f^ copy 0f his ^reiit thousand-puge illuBtrated
Common Sense Medical^ Adviser-revised, up-to-date edition, in paper cover.,
landiomc cloth-hiudin^, 31 atamp*.
•lion r.f the T'nlted Stat-s
looking howard honorinsc the dls-
cgulshed con.'fC'jatr general.
Oongressm.-n passing through Btfttu-
ory hall today saw the extraordinary
aldltlon to the 1/t statute of a huge
bouquet of flowers. Statesmen com-
mented up.-n :t. hi', these who ,ia-.
p.ii.ito h r c'd't.sms on ths p:irt nf
scntors who oppi-*'M In the npi'-'r l*<Q«e
-he reception of r.e 4talti« were * ap-
I investigation reveal:.1 that the u3<yi i
bore a card reading:
! ''Mrs. George W. nowlhu.'. K. IS. I. e
I chapter, rnlted Daughters cf th Con-
fedr racy, Falls Churbh, ^ a.
Attaches tf the capitoJ <!« elared the
placing of the flow, r: . n 9 stitue In the
hall of fame in honor of the birthday of
the man th 's conitneir-orated, markod a
PEARSON JURY HANGS FIRE
Unable to Agree Last Night in
Guthrie Shooting Case.
District court Jurors in the a««e oi
Sam Pearson took the evidence under
advisenv nt early yesterday afternoon
| hut failed to arrive at a verdict beforo
adjournment at 0.:i". Pearson was tried
cr. a eli. ge of ••'.mctlng Bob Kffgleston
here several months a o. T ils was tho
first July case of the term.
The case of J. D McGee, charged with
O.lsposlng of mortgaged property, was
started.yesterday. The prosecutinR wit-
nesses - are members of th Stohaugh
bunking firm of Crescent.
ART EXHIBIT IS POPULAR .
Trial Package of Stuart's Charcoal
,Lozenges Sent Free.
in tho whole domain ot medicine there
no remedy that equals charcoal nl'.cn
comes 10 absorbing gun of every land,
anrl in cleansing the alimentary tract of
disease germs, toxic poisons aad effete
n.att'rs. „ hm
Charcoal is thickly perforated with
tiny pores, so .mall that a maCTlfyln?
ui.,'ss of high pwwer is required to .lls-
over then,. ;..KI 'hese millions of pore,
,.ake up gaa. just as naturally and
readily as a .ponge takes up water,
absorbing power Is definitely known to
o hundred tlnus its own volume in
K To"' l'lustrate this try placing a pan
„• other receptacle filled with charcoal
n a room where dlaacreeable odors
xlst and yen will find that the atmos-
„here of that room will be purified In a
hours. This is often done In the
dlsreetmi. rooms of hospitals and In
chemical laboratories, and wli'n 'eft ovei
night In a room freshly painted, tho
Odor of the paint will be missing tn.
lis power of absorbing gases In I he
alimentary canal l Just as pronounced
las In the absorption of any and e\ery
'hind of gas outside
STUARTS CHARCOAL LOZENGES
i/ a remedy for flatulence, colic, offen-
sive breath and fermentation of food in
| stomach, which contains medicinal
arcoal made from fine young willow
)0(i, mixed with pure, awe't honey,
and in these loxenges charcoal Is. for
the tlrst time presented in a form en-
tirely agreeable for administration.
The use of there gas-absorbing anil
purifying lozenges 1s applicable to all
o! stomach and Intestinal Indiges-
tion. and when such symptoms are
present as sour gtpmach, cr acid fer-
mentation. flatulence, eructations or
gas bloat|ng of the stomach or bowels,
had br* at ft. foul tongue. unpleasant
taste In the mouth. Hick headache
i..,Ur,od bv indigestion, biliousness.
$1.04 for Whea. and 12 Cents
Per Pound for Cotton Is Record
for 1909 According to Govern-
ors at Alpine Resorts Shut in
by Rain — Snow From 3 to 10
WASHINGTON. IX C„ Jan. 19.
seventy cents a bushel for corn. $1.04
a bushel for wheat and practically u
cents a pound for cotton is the 1909
cord of tho exports of three of the
principal articles ot agricultural pro-
duction. The preliminary statement
xports of breadstuffs, meat and
dalrv products, cotton and mineral
oil for th- calendar year 1909, just is-
sued. by tho bureau of statistics ot the
department of commerce and labor,
shows that 34.704,'>00 bushels of corn
exported were valued at $24,899.(100,
or an average of 70 cents per bushel.
4(1,902.000 bushels of wheat, valued •'
$48 973 000. or an average of $1.04
per" bu'sshel, and 3.891 million pounds
of cotton, valued at S481.377.000. or,
an average of 11.86 cents per pound
While these figures are stated by
the bureau or statistics as preliminary
and only Including the exports through
the principal ports of the country, th y
are sufficiently complete to give a
picture of the exportation of the Im-
portant articles of agriculture during
The exports of mineral oil, also
shown by the same statement, siiow
lower values than last year, though
Increased quantities, the total quan-
tity of mineral oil exported during
tho year lying stated as 1.49.", million
gallons, valued at $99,749,000. against
1.47", million gallons valued at $105.-
282,000 In tho preceding year.
PARIS. Jan. 19.—Storms of excep
onal violence have been raging for
ip last forty-eight hours, the center
In many l>la«
coflt of France The
overflowed their banks
os. llelfort Is completely
and Mosello is partially
AMERICANS SHUT IN.
GENEVA, .Ian 19— Scores of Amer-
ican visitors at the fashionable Al-
pine reports are imprisoned indefinite
ly on account of tho heavy continuous
rains. Such a condition has never
been known in Switzerland. In the
upper regions the snowfall measur
from 3 to 10 feet, and large sections
nf the mountain railroads have been
washed out or are burled under the
The wind blew at times at the rate
of 110 miles an hour. A dozen tow
and a score of villages are suffering
from the floods, torrents running
through the streets.
No deaths are reported so far. but
three Americans are missing from
Tlavos They left on a skiing expedi-
tion a day or two ago and have not
be n heard from since.
to Install Automatic system oi
Telephoning - To Ask for Char-
ter Today. ^
OKLAHOMA CITY, Jan. 19.-Okla-
homa City's new telephone company
whldh proposes (he installation of an
automatic telephone service was organ-
ize this afternoon.
Incorporators of the company ar
Eugene A. Barnes, Charlton Barber and
Ross N. Ullard. U"ard is an attor-
ney. He will go to Guthrie tonight to
secure a state charter for the company.
The company is organized with $500,
Telephone service in your store or re. -
Idenee free of charge. That Is the plan
dor which an Independent automatic
telephone exchange would be installed in
Oklahoma City, according to the state-
ment of C- E. Zann, millionaire inde-
pendent telephone magnate of Columbus
Ohio, who arrived in Oklahoma City,
Tuesday night for the purpose of con-
sldering the feasibility of establishing an
automatic telephone system here. Mr.,
Zal.n asserts that he is acting largely ron
capitalists with whom he is Interested,
and that the purpose of his visit here at
ihls time is to gather Information whlcS
he will submit to them.
Mr. Zalin asserts that the policy of the
Independent companies Is to Install
phones free of charge, and In t,h« ln-
,tance of new exchanges no rentals ar«
collected ntll at least 1.000 subscribers
to the system have been secured.
REMOVES THE CJUDSE
I Many Children Attending on
Days Set for Schools. |a bo
I The art exhibition in the city hall yes- Lr,e
terday ui«s well attended. The tickets |thes.
. vi.it| by the pinner school amounted tO|t'aon
mt fbO dollars. Much Interest \f b«-]you some other brand, don't accept
InK token bv the school children in the|t,ut Insist on bavin* Stuarts as there
selection -n the pictures. Today will Mare numerous Inferior Im.tatlons «.n th
the Douglas Kh-iol day. and a good at- market, which are b*ini: made 1 m
tendance is expected 'other than willow wood tin. ,n I'Umv
The exhibition will el..,, Siturdnv |to do the system more harm th..n Root!,
an.; the Lincoln schoo' U planning for Sena your name and address 10 uie
program to be Klven that night. There F A. Stuart Comnany. W Stuart Bids .
BEAU RAID UNIMPORTANT . remov|ng th. cause from th. blood. It .9
symptoms cf ringing noises m the ears, mu d stomach
throat, headaches, watery eyes difficult breathm^ uatll th,
i°'-> •$; .'£"nsar "sssrffiaSR
Exchange Makes Statement.
diarrhoea ond t. rpl.l liver.
,our druggist and purchase OIH.F.ANP. Jan. 15 Apropos of
. omplalnts. Kv^ry druggist has j cotton mark«t Fi«.u i
In stock, but should they offer so
•hange. issued a signed statement to-
night in which he says:
'Let it he understood that the slump
In the contract market has not affecled
ti,., lntri.islc value of cotton. The law
of supply >nd demand determines this
. ,lue The New Vorli raid Is not a
legitimate Incident of the , otton trade
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