The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 173, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 10, 1910 Page: 3 of 8
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THE OKLAHOMA STATE CAPITAL, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10. 1910.
SUFFRAGE IN WEST
Washington Recognizes Rights of j
Female Representation — Drys
Win Victory in Congress
From AS! Parts
Of The Si&tc
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county show that Cruce has carried that
county by 133. This, according to Gov-
ernor Haskell's vote, shows a Demo-
cratic loss of nearly 1,200. The Demo-
cratic ticket is claimed there by 75 t.>
Only scattering reports are being
received at Democratic headquarters.
Oklahoma county is claimed by Crucd
men by 500.
In the congressional race in the Second
district, E. I- Martin, Democratic candi-
date is conceded it will take the official
count to decide between ho and Dick
Morgan, Republican Incumbent, while the
Republicans claim Morgan is safely elect-
ed by at least 1.500.
The county will be about evenly divided
with the Republicans In the most im-
portant offices. The Democrats will
save the county attorney's ofTice, register
of deeds, treasurer and clerk of the dis-
trict court, according to indications from
nprtng elections. „obah,v ahmit I Hip returns, while the Republicans am
('laliS* VO.e wa. P l , n V, <*•>! ff ennntv
SEATTLE, Wash., Nov. 9 - So far as
known only one county in the state \->r
Washington went democratic In the con-
gressional election. The plurality of the
republican supreme judgshlp candidates
is elected at 40,000 as against 47,371 for
Taft In IMS.
The most interesting result of the elec-
tion is the ratification of the woman
suffrage amendment to the state corsti-
t ition. The amendment will become law
ns soon a« the governor receives the of-
ficial count ,and proclaims that tho
amendment has been ratified. Some 1M.-
(kki women will at oncc become qualified
voters and they will participate In tne
heartburn, gas, indiges-
tion and all stomach
MML ABUSE I
Cabinet Discusses Measures WhicU
Will Be Forced
4.000 The local option election gave no-
table victories to the "drvs.
The State Anti-Saloon league an
i ♦hat nil five of Washington s
nounced that ail nve ui . ,
new delegation in congress are pledg
in writing to vote for an amendment
to the interstate commerce inn, v ■
will forbid the carrying of liquor
one state into another which has a lav.
asa'nst such importation.
WEALTHY WOMAN CHARGED
with attempt MURDER
Said to -lave Endeavored to
Poison Htr Husband
John O. Schenck
a.. Nov. 9-—Mrs.
I aura Farnsworth Schenck, wife of .lnlin
O schenck, a millionaire port. ■> «"
"f ,M- 'city. was nrrested tonight on a
,Vi„,ant issued by the prosecuting attor-
ehnrsmg attempted murder of her
,.,i bv administering poison in
taken to the North Wheel-
''tw„ weeks ago. and since
i epeated attempts of M«.
have him taken hack to their
in Wheeling hav
socialist make gains
Nominee for Governor in New
York Gets 65,000
(octallot vole throughout the state
1 „ shown in the returns from ycsT-r-
rt, ...s election. Figures available Rive
,ial vote for diaries F.dwnra ltus-ei.
nominee for governor, of which «
double the 113.594 votes of l. K
Net; York city Russel received -7,.-!".
Most significant, however, are
up-state. Sixty-five cities tiia
" « v le of two years ago, show
S M. year, outlying ^
tor-uer'v showed less than ten votes, this
, ..port from 1M to 500.
the larue .Ities that .how «<">-
vt' ntial socialist gains are Buffalo,
w'.,i,ectady. SyrncuM and Rochester.
AUBURN. X. V., Nov. 9.—The total
vole for congress In this district shows
Fereno Payne, author of the Payne-
Aidrich tariff hill 6,735; Colmey, Dem-
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conceded safe with sheriff, county clerk,
county judge, superior judge, clerk of
the superior court and one of the district,
Tho latter is Judge Frank Gillette of
El Reno district. Judge J. J. Carney,
also of El Reno district, is re-elected.
All the boxes have been brought in from
the El Reno districts and deposited with
the county election board. Only one
box in the city has been completed but It
is expected that all will be by tomor-
The county election board will meet
Friday to canvass the votes. Extra
precautions have been taken to guard
the boxes and booths where the counting
is going on in the city.
Claims are being made by the sup-
porters of local option amendment that
it has carried, but the returns such as
have come In On the prohibition question
indicate about three to one against tho
amendment. The woman suffrage
ndment, as well as all other amend-
ments voted on. are likewise lost. There
was seemingly no disposition to amend
the constitution, or else the voters did
nut bother with them.
TULSA, Okln., Nov. 9.—As in the
case of former elections the returns
are very meager and slow. With twen-
ty-five precincts to be heard from, Cruce
has a majority of 167 over McNeal, the
vote standing 721 for Cruce and G57 for
McNeal in six precincts.
The race between Pat Hurley and
A. P Vandeventer for state senator In
so close that the change of a few
votes will put the Republican candi-
date in the lead. Five precincts Rave
Vandeventer a slender lead of 18 votes
over Hurley, the vote being 214 fjr
Hurley and 262 for Vandeventer.
The complete returns indicate tht re-
election of N. J. Gubser as county judge
by a large majority Eleven precincts
gave Gubser 899 to Conners' 616, a ma-
jority of 2S3 for the former.
Another hot race not yet decided Is
that of McCullough and Brand for sheriff.
The unofficial returns of thirty-four pre-
cincts gave McCullough a majority of
63 votes. The friends of McCullough
are still claiming the election.
Tho re-election of Sattgast as su-
perintendent of Schools over Mis3 Mil-
dred Jones is conceded, eleven precinct*
giving Sattgast a majority of 91 over
Lt is believed local option lost by a
light majority in Tulsa counay, one of
hotbeds of the recent liquor fight.
Rev. Neloms, the negro preacher who
caused the arrest of Election Inspection
Stiger Tuesday, was hVnself arrested
for perjury Tuesday night and release!
BEDFORD, Nov. 9.—Grant county
gave McGuire a majority of 50. Joe
McNeal lias a majority of 150 over
Cruce. Most of tho Republican county
ticket is elected Including the member
to the legislature and the member
from Grant-Alfalfa flotorlal district.
ENID,—"With 21 out of 40 precincts
heard from in Garfield county, the
vote is Cruce 365. McNeal 693; Mc-
Guire 502, McNeill 391.
Jefferson, Grant county, McNeal
53, Cruce 17, a Republican gain of 4.
Hennessey township, McNeal 78,
Cruce 49, a Republican loss of 12.
Hennessey; 1st precinct McNeal 73;
Cruce 38, a Republican gain of 4.
Lacey township, McNeal 86, Cruce
33, a Republican loss of 52.
MEDFORD—Grant county is redeemed.
McNeal and McGuire both carried tho
county, and Republican county ticket
LAMONT—McNeal 67, Cruce 50; Mc-
Guire 63, McNeill 56.
Four armed men appeared and carried
off the ballot box. Local option and all
amendments lost in county. The chances
are both Democrats and Republicans
have elected members of the legislature.
There would not be a *• of indiges-
tion here if readers who p.re subject to
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the slightest fuss or discomfort, and re-
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minutes, besides overcoming all foul,
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Ask your pharmacist to show your th-s
formula, plainly printed on each 60-cent
case of Pape's Diapepsln, then you will
readily understand why this promptly
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symptoms -s Heartburn, a feeling like a
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Surely, a harmless, inexpensive prepa-
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Step- West Was Not Given
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STOCK REDUCING SALE
A sale that will attract great crowds to the
can gain over two years ago.
By phone: Blackwell: McGuire for
congress carries Blackwell by 150, a sub-
stantial gain over two years ago. Mc-
Neal for governor is running ahead o£
KINGFISHER, Nov. 9.—With eigh-
teen precincts still out, all but three
of which are Republican, McGuire has
a majority of 383 over Neal McNeiU
for congress in Kinfisher county. Joe
McNeal is running -00 votes ahead of
McGuire. The entire Republican coun
ty ticket is elected, also, George L
King of Kingfisher for the legislature.
STILLWATER, Nov. 9—The Payne
county Republicans carried practically
all of their county tickets and assisted
in the election of Jones of Bristow as
senator to succeed Clarence Davis o '
Sapulpa who is the present Demo-
cratic incumbent. "With two precincts
out McGuire has a majority of 25.
OSAGE INDIANS DISFRANCHISED
PAWHUSKA, Nov. 8.—The Osages
are being denied interpreters here.
ENID, Nov. *.—Complete returns
from all but eight precincts in Gar-
field county give McGuire a plurality
>f 427 over Neal McNeill for congress,
n the same returns* McNeal is leading
Cruce bv a majority of 993. The en-
tire Republican ticket is elected with
exception of Helsell for county
attorney which is in doubt. Two Re-
publican legislators} from Garfield
were elected also a Republican for the
Kingfisher-Garfield flotorial district.
Waukomis; McNeal G4, Cruce 51; Mc-
Guire 54, McNeill 49. A Republican gain
BARTLl'JSVILE, Okla., Nov, 8.—
Early returns Indicate McNeal has
carried the county by 200, Jones Re-
publican electe member of legisla-
ture by 100. Local option adopted by
LAWTON Okla., Nov. 8.—15 pre-
cincts out of 44 give Cruce 978, Mc-
Neal 678; Williams for representative
badly cut but has been elected by a
majortiy of two or three hundred in
the county; the county ticket will be
Democratic but several of the can-
didates ran far behind their ticket.
Franklin for congress did not carry
the full strength of his party out of
15 precincts Wiliams for representa-
tive polled 595; Fullerton 457.
Claremore; both tickets running
neck and neck. Normal Democratic
marjority about 600.
PAWNEE. Nov. 9.—The complete
WASHINGTON, Nov. 9.—The pressing
forward of the administration's legisla-
tive program before the accession of
Democratic control In the congress next
year, was discussed at a cabinet meet-
Featuring the administration measures
will be the plan for meeting second
class mall abuses by requiring magazines
not newspapers, to pay increased post-
age an advertising pares sufficient t
later warrant onu cent postage on first
The plan will be argued upon congress
at the coming short session.
Tho discussion of the election results
brought out individual views of the
president and some of his official family.
It was pointed out that In the east the
>st real barm to the Republican party
Was accomplished much because of th-
outcome of the west having been dis-
counted in the primaries. Some comfort
was found in the relative stnallness of
tho Democratis pluralities as compared
with the past when Democratic primacy
was attained, New York's apparently
less than 70,000 plurality being cited.
The expressed view was that the de-
feat of the party might in reality work
President Taft realizes the necessity
for getting through all needed adminis-
tration legislation In the three month's
session beginning next month.
WILL TAKE COUNT
Missouri Parties All Claiming
Election of State Ticket
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Nov. 9.—The official
count probably will be required to de-
termine whether the republicans or the
democrats carried Missouri for the state
ticket in yesterday's election. The re-
sult Is still In doubt tonight, with both,
sides claindng victory.
The democrats say they have won by
from 3,000 to 5,000 plurality. The repub-
Mcans claim the official count will show
their ticket to have been elected, but
are giving out no figures.
• returns of Pawnee county give Mc-
Guire a majority of 25. A1J the mem-
bers of the Republican countv ticket
were elected but three. A* forney
Blake of Cleveland, Republican, was
lected to the legislature also Ed.
Clark of Pawnee was chosen io the
legislature from the Pawnee flotorial
FRIDAY MORNING, NOV. II, 1910
See Larje Circulars Being Distributed Today
Friday morning at 8 o'clock, when we open our doors, wo will
Boy's and Misses Union Suits, sizes 8 to 14 years, regular 5
Only 4 suits to a customer.
Don't forget the Date
Friday, November II, 1910
Extra sales ladies for 10 days' salea
ago when he carried the county bj
FALLIS, Nov. 8.—Judge J. P. McCar-
ver, one of the leading negroes of this
part of Oklahoma was refused a vote
hero today because he refused to take
tho educational test. lie has practiced
law in Oklahoma for 20 y3irs and in the
early days beat the noted General J. C.
Jamison for Justice of the Peace.
ET. RENO, okla., Nov. 9.—Twenty-
three out of twonty-flve precincts n
' 'atiaiUiin county give I'ru' c, democrat.
1,688; McNeal, republican, 1.81S. Same
precincts tn 1907 gave Haskell, J.10J,
A republican gain of 463 in the three
precincts, the county will give Dick Mor-
gan, republican, for congress a small ma-
jority. Republican-elect representative,
:ounty Judge, county attorney, sheriff,
county superintendent and possibly coun-
■lerk. Owing to the enormity of the
task a canvass of the amendments will
not be completed until some time Thurs-
day. Chairman Raley of the democratic
county committee, who is a great Haskell
man, attributes the landslide to nntl-
Haskell sentiment In the county. About
-5 per cent of negro vote was cast.
ARDMORE, Nov. 9.—Thlrty-slx out ot
thirty-nine precincts in Carter county
Rive Cruce, 1,989; McNeal, 811. Very few
negroes permitted to vote hero.
ANTLKRS, Nov. 9.—Official return**
from 13 out of the 18 precincts give Cruce
384, McNeal 312. As the the other
precincts are normally republican, the
indications are that McNeal will carry
the county by a small majority.
G. T. Johnson, Republican, defeated
Stump Asliby, Democrat, for represen-
tative and nearly all of the Republican
tunty ticket was elected.
POTEAU:—108 out of 138 precincts
in Le Flore county give Cruce 661,
McNeal 382. Very few negroes we
allowed to vote. All state questions
defeated here. The vote was light and
the Democratic majority will not be
over 350 in the county.
HUGO, Nov. 9.—Incomplete returns
from Choctaw county show the Demo-
crats to be leading by only about 225
votes. This includes eight precincts,
four of which are in Hugo. Hugo is
ordinarily Democratic by 400. McNeal
and C. M. Campbell are running about
PERRY, Nov. 9.—All hut throe pre-
cincts are in from Noble county.
These will give a majority of 43 to
McGuire. The other three will not
make any material change in tho as-
pect of the vote.
F. T. Testerman of Morrison is con-
ceded to be elected to the legislature.
The district judgeship for Noble, Kay
and Grant counties is in doubt. The
returns so far favor St. Clair, Repub-
lican. by a small vote. St. Clair will
carry Grant county by a small major-
ity, but Kay county returns are giv-
ing him a good majority. The Repub-
licans of Noble county have carried
most of their county ticket.
BUFFALO TOWNSHIP, Noble County,
M |seal. 38; Cruce, 29; McGuire, 23;
Red Rock; McNeill 48. Cruce 42;
McGuire 43. McNeill 43. A Repub-
Pawnee; McGuire carries Pawnee
19 majority, Joe McNeal by 9.
BLACKWELL, Nov. 9.—With nine
precincts out McGuire is leading Neal
McNeill by 96 votes in Kay county.
The precincts out will increase his
majority. Joe McNeal is running
ahead of McGuire by 200 votes. The
Republicans elected all but three of
their county candidates, including W.
H. Clark of Blackwell and Matthew
Larson of Newkirk for the legislature.
"W. A. Dutton of Foraker, Republican,
has carried Kay and Grant counties
by a large enough vote to insure his
election to the senate, taking the
place of a Democrat.
FOURTH WARD, PONCA CITY— McNeal
52; Cruce, 31; McGuire. 48; McNeill, 38.
Prohibition by 26.
MORRISON, McNeil, 48; Cruce, 42;
McGuire, 43; McNeill, 43. A Republl-
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GLENCOE, Pawnee County Nov. 8.—
McNeal. 41; Cruce, 30; McGuire, 13; Mc-
Perkins; McNeal 92, Cruce 53; Mc-
Guire 92, McNeill 87. Two years ago
the vote here was Taft 97. Brvan '
a Republican gain of 17.
SHAWNEE HELPS ALONG
SHAWNEE, Nov. 8.—McNeal will
carry this city and Cruce's majority
in Pottawatomie county will bo very
COALGATE, Okla., Nov. .9—Total
vote in Coal county gives Cruce 1146.
McNeal 610, Cumble 375. The vote
in 1906 was Bryan 906, Taft 722, Debs
524, thus showing a Socialist loss of
149. The complete Democratic county
ticket was elected with the exception
of sheriff and possibly county judge;
the Democratic candidate for county
judge only has about 100 plurality on
the face of the returns. Only a few
negroes were allowed to vote in this
county. The vote on the local option
amendment was, 1393 for and 590
CHEROKEE, Okla , Nov. 9.—Alfalfa
county coplete gives McNeal 1,883; Cruce
1,287; McNeal's majority, 596. Morgan,
1,771; Fulton, 1,355; Morgan's majority
Twenty-eight out of thirty precincts
official vote for local option 907; against
2,336; majority against the bill, 1,429.
Unofficial vote frftm the two missing
precincts make the ocunty majority
against local option 1,500.
WEWOKA, Nov. 9.—Incomplete unof-
ficial returns from Seminole county show
a light vote cast, many negroes cnal-
Jenged and a very few being allow
to vote. Democrats and republicans will
about break even on the state ticket
here. Republicans have elected Walter
Ferguson, representative; H. W. Twinam,
sheriff; M. A. Harris and Al. Frederick,
commissioners, and possibly county treau-
urer, by small majorities. J
TAHLEQUAH. Nov. 9 —Total vote here
was Cruce, 1,292; McNeal, 1,228; Daven
port, 1,253: Creager, 1.196; for n^resenta
tive. Teehee, 1.297; Eubanks, 1.170, The
entire democratic ticket elected with the
exception of one commissioner.
CHANDLER. Nov. 9. — Lincoln
county Republicans elected all of their
county ticket except Judge Wagoner
and Jacob Amberg. Not all of the pre-
cincts in the county are heard from
but of the two-thirds that are re-
ported McGulre's vote is showing a
decided increase over that of two years
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