The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 59, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 21, 1909 Page: 1 of 6
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SHAWNEE, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1909.
NEWS WANT ADS PAY WELL.
VOL. 14—NO. 59
of ran, co, medics
The fourth annual meeting of the
Pottawatomie • Co. Medical Society J
was called to order in the auditorium ,
of the eity hall this afternoon at 2
o'clock, with a good attendance. Much j
interest In the meeting manifested,
audi the program is a good one. The
evening session will be followed by
a banquet at the Norwood, to be
served at 11 o'clock.
The program for the annual meet
ing is as follows:
Afternoon Session—:200 o'clock.
1. Call to order by president J. A.
Walker. 2. Reading of minutes of
preceding meeting. 3. Applicants for
membership. 4. Bills awl communi-
cations. B. Unfinished business. 6.
New business. 7. Recess for Pa>"
ment of annual dues.
Address by president—Dr. J. A.
Paper—Ectopic Gestation Dr. G.
Discussion—Drs. G. H. Sanborn
and W. A. Ball.
Address by secretary—Dr. W. 0.
Discussion—Dr. R. M. C. Hill
paper—Medical legislation, new
and old—Dr. J. C. Mahr,
Paper—Nerve Relief in Disease-
Dr C. Farrington.
Discussion—Drs. T. C. Sanders and
J. E. Cullum.
Evening Session—8:00 o'clock.
Election of officers.
paper—The social evil—Dr. M. A.
Discussion—Drs. R. M. Anderson
and C. Bllckensderfer.
Paper-Eclampsia—Dr. W. A. Ball
Discussion-Drs. J. B. Hughes and
H. G. Campbell
paper- feome remarks on the study
of ,he blood—Dr. Esther Mitchell.
Discussion — Drs. E. E. Rice an
R. C. Kayler.
"aper—Syphilis of the central ner-
vous tfetem—Dr. A. D. Young, Ok-
lahoma City. «
Discussion—Drs. J. A. Walker an
Geo. W. Colvert.
paper—Mouth breathing in
.dren-Dr. H. H. Wilson.
Discussion—Drs. W. E. Henderson
and: W. R. Butler. „ *
paper—Intersusceptiou Dr. F.
'^Discussion by Drs. J. M. Trigg and
j. C. Patterson.
paper—R M. C. Hill.
Discussion-—Drs. J. V* N ars a
""a E ed'tw of The News,
18 enjoying a visit hi. Wtor.
w j Pell of Jacksonville, 111. Mr.
Fell though a Canadian by birth serv-
ed five years In the Union army, and
has been in tJi* government service
,or over thirty ■ "is home
LORD III THE
Leavenworth, Kan., Jan. 21. Ed-
The management of the Norwood
Cafe have arranged to serve a regu-
lar dinner Sunday evening from 5:30
to 7:30, and invite the public to
favor the same with their patronage.
The dinner will be served at 50c per
plate, and may be made a regular
institution at tihis popular cafe. Music
*will be furnished by an orchestra,
the same as that given every even-
ing under the new management.
FOR HEGWO SUSPECT.
Guthrie. Okla., Jan. 21
Haskell has honored a "Wll8ltion
from Mississippi for *
Uhoraas Watkins, charged Jointly
with the victim's wife with kill ng
Creston Booker, another negro. In
county, Miss Watkins was
an-estod recently at Beggs after a
desperate fight wltlh pursuing officers.
Schloss- c&nhot afford to keep
water damaged merchandise In his
house. He will sell them at less
than manufacturers cost
Two robberies were reported to the
police this morning, oni of the
ers being Ohas. Aniol of 505 North
Aydelotte and the other a Rock Is-
land employe named Kittle who re
sides in the south part of the city,
"he Aniol robbery was a most sen-
sational one, a package containing
r'.oney and a watch being removed
:rom Mr. Aniol's pillow as he slept.
Mr rU'ltle was held up as he left Jits
home mid relieved of $75.
Ti1( i e is considerable mystery sur-
rouudiu;.; the Aniol case. Mr. Antol
1; a K.tc'if Island engineer, tunning
a switch engine in the local yards.
Wednesday at noon he gave his pay
check to his wife, who cashed it at
local bank and took title money
home with her. Before retiring Mr.
Aniol put the money and his watch
inside the case of the pillow on which
he slept. Both his bead and that of
his wife rested upon this pillow. This
morning when he looked for his val-
uables they were gone, the pillow
,'ase having been torn and the pack-
age removed. Neither of the occu-
pants of the bed had been dtstrub-
ed. They suppose that they were
chloroformed. Mr. Aniol this morn-
ing upon arising complained of a feel-
ing of dizziness.
In the other case, Mr. Kittle re-
ported to the police that he got his
pay check cashed yesterday and
took the money home with him.
He left $12 there and the remainder,
about $75, he started to town with
to pay some bills. As he was leav-
ing his place an unknown man pulled
a gun on him and forced him to de-
Guthrie, Okla., Jan. 21—Chas. E.
Taylor, state Inspector, has commls-
jsioned twenty inspectors at a salary
of $150 per month and expenses and
: sent them out over the state to check
; up the various tax levies to deter-
j mine where the levies are excessive
| and unconstitutional. The taxing
! boards will not be asked to correct
Sail errors and reports will be made
to the governor only in case of re-
fusal. It la expected that the gov-
ernor will be compelled to bring
suits in a few cases.
Before sending out the Inspectors
Mr. Taylor gave them Instructions
concerning their work. The constitu-
tion limits the various levies as fol-
lows: County, 8 mills, plus 1 for
high school and 7 for common school;
city, 10 mills; township, 5 mills;
school district, 5 mills; by vote of
people, 10 mills more can be voted
in school districts, and not exceed-
ing 5 per cenit of total valuation of
either county or city, or school dis-
trict for public buildings.
No inspectors have been named for
Cleveland, Lincoln and Caddo coun-
ties. The work in these counties
i will be done by the inspectors who
first complete their work, or if the
work takes more time than Mr. Tay-
lor has counted on, additional inspec-
tors will be named. The twenty
named today and the districts to
which they were assigned follows:
J. A. Alderson, Pond Creek; Grant
Garfield, Kay and Noble counties.
C. M. Myers, Shawnee; Payne,
Pawnee and Osage counties.
C. A. Alexander, Oklahoma City;
Pottawatomie and Muskogee coun-
Hugh Gerner, Shawnee; Logan
W. J. Cole, Pauls Valley; Carter,
Garvin and Love counties.
George Mcklin, Woodward; Harper,
Beaver, Texas and Cimarron coun-
John L. Pickins, Alva; Woods, Al-
falfa, Major, Woodward and Ellis
J. K. Stone, El Reno; Roger Mills,
Beckham, Custer and Washita.
J. B. Cummings, Oklahoma City,
Jefferson, Stephens and Grady.
J. L. McKeown, Guthrie; Bryan,
Choctaw, McCurtain and Pushmataha.
Joe Roetzel, Watonga; Hughes,
Pontotoc, Coal and Atoka.
John E. Havmes, Watonga; Latti-
mer. I^eFlore, Haskell and Okfuske.
,v. M. Nash. Oklahoma City; Se-
quoyah, Adair, Cherokee and Dela-
E, a. Bdmundson, Holdenville;
Seminole, Pittsburg, Okmulgee and
W. E. Bray, Pryor Creek; Ottawa,
Craig, Nowata and Rogers counties.
W. C. Hammonds, Lawton; Mayes,
Wagoner, McIntosh and Creek
J. H. Wright, Pauls Valley; Mur-
ray, Johnston, Marshall and McClain.
J. M. Sarflers, Kingfisher; Canadi-
an, Kiowa, Comanche and Blaine
Jacob A. Merce; McAlester; Greer,
Tillman Dewey and Jackson.
mond Burke, alias Colonel the Hon.
Edmund Burke, alias F. Beresford,
alias Lord Beresford, alias Sydney La
Salle (right name), was received at
the Untted States penitentiary Sun-
day to serve a term of three years
for Impersonating himself to bo a
United States army officer, and also
falsely representing himself to be an
"Lord Beresford,'' whose right name
Is La Salle, is a notorious English
swindler. He is well known through-
out the United States, having operat-
ed in almost all of the principal ctt-
eis. He made his appearance in
Rome, Ga., in the spring of 1891,
when he forged a bogus check on a
London bank for $1000.
It was honored by Hamilton & Co.,
owners of a mining property, Which
I^ord Beresford pretended to pur-
chase for an English syndicate. He
disappeared, but later he was arrest-
ed In New Jersey and sent back to
Rome, where he wan convicted of
The case was appealed to the su-
preme court, and "his lordship was
released on a $5,000 bond. He then
opened a brokerage business in
Rome, which he operated until a
week before the supreme court con-
vened, which decided against him.
In the meantime he had made
many friends by his smooth tongue,
and even had the president of a na-
tional bank as a business reference.
When he ran away it was discovered
that the people be had done business
with had been fleeced out of about
He was arrested in New York city
on July 4, 1891, by request of the
Georgia authorities and finally turned
over to them on September 21, 1892,
being held a prisoner in the Tombs
prison, New York-city, during that
time, on complaint of Richard K. Fox,
whom he had indnced to cash one of
his bogus drafts for $500.
He was sentenced to six years in
the Georgia penitentiary by Judge
Henry at Rome, Ga., on September
30, 1892. He made his escape from
the convict camp at Kramer, Ga., in
January, 1894; recaptured a few days
later and returned there. In July
1895, an effort was made to have
him pardoned. Governor Atkinson
refused to grant the application.
While passing as Lord Beresford
he broke into swell society at New-
port, where be cut a wide swath and
had the matchmaking mothers striv-
ing to capture him for their daugh-
ters. He became engaged to the
daughter of a New York millionaire,
and after the engagement he bor-
rowed about $40,000 from his prospec-
tive father-in-law and then skinned
,His lordship'' Is now No. 6286 on
the records of the prison, but as
yet he has not been assigned to
duties. As all clerical positions are
ifilled owing to the abundance of
bankers, the alleged lord will be
given no easy snap. It is probable
that he will be given the opportuni-
ty of wheeling a barrow in the brick
The News has been asked to call
a mass meeting of taxpayers to be
held In the city hall Friday evening
for the purpose of discussion House
Bill No. 240, passed by the legisla-
ture, providing for a tax ferret sys-
tem. This will be a very Important
Guthrie Okla., Jan. 21.—To aim- deeds shall retain out of the tees
■Hi „i ii,n least coil cted by his office for his salary
niifv and make possible at tlie least j
In counties uniter 10,000 population,
ixpense the codification ol the se!"l|12oo; from 10,000 to 15,000 popula-
ston laws of the state through the .jon j| r)0H. 20,000 $2,006; 25,000 to
appointment, of a court reporter ;:5,000, $2,BOO, and in counties of over
whose duties will be that of prepar- ;5,ooo, $3,000 per annum.
tem. i nis win w • >=■; Ing and codifying new laws of the j A bill which representative Porter
meeting, and there should be a large ls(ale jg j|,e purpose of a bill which (>f Enid believes will go a long dls-
■ jwas introduced! by Senator Franklin, mnce toward preventing damaging
The measure Is intended to sys- floods each year was Introduced hy
Itetnatlze the work of preparing the him today. Mr. Porter is ono of the
j new laws for «ho printer, so that' republican members of the house
'within at least ten days after the I The proposed law would require
I work of the law makers has ended every ()wher or lessee of land through
I that there may be commenced the | which a stream runs which is not
(printing of all new laws and which over 65 foet in width between banks
1 will make possible for the provisions to remove all drift and other ob-
lof the constitution, which provided | gtractions from the stream between
for laws becoming operative within rhe first and twenty-filth days of Ah-
a certain time after enactment. jKllai each year. Where the stream is
The plan of Senator Franklin pro th<- division line between properties
vides for the appointment of an ex I]t,. owner or lessee on each bank
pert re|>orter who has knowledge oi'jmust a(.t conjointly in cleaning the
codification, who during the sessions streani.
of the legislature will take up each In case of failure to comply with
law enacted and prepare the correct
copy for the printer During the ses-
sions he will work under the direc-
tion of the legislature and when it
has adjourned under directions of the
secretary of state.
It will be his dnity to edit and re-
port the opinions of the supreme
court and the crmilnal court of ap-
peals, as well as the session laws
and when the proper copy has been
prepared lie shall superintend print-
ing and binding and then deliver to
the state printer or other authorized
Through the system outlined it Is
anticipated that all copy resulting
from Ithe worl of the legislature will
be in the hands of the printer within
ten days after the close of the legis-
lates. A salary of $2,000 per an-
num is provided.
In various parts of the state, stock
men and poultry raisers have suffer-
ed material loss through the depreda
It ions of wolves, wild cats, coyotes
land gophers and becaus1 of this fact
Senator Williams has Introduced a
bill which provides a bounty, the
amount to be fixed later, for the kill-
ing of these animals. The face and
ears of the animal on which bounty
There was no meeting of the |l3 claimed must be presented to the
Shawnee Fanciers Assn. last night, iroun(y clerk and an affidavit made
owing ot the absence from the city lhat th(, animal was killed in the
of president W. P. Smalley. Instead, J stllUj The county clerk must keep a
the association will meet this even- I recora of bounties paid. A severe
J. L. Merchison, a new arrival in
Shawnee, was fined $50 in police
court this morning for carrying a
gun. There were extenuating cir-
cumstances. consequently1 the limit
was not given. Merchison explain-
ed that he was down here looking
over the country and had left his
family In a neighboring town while
he came to Shawnee. He saw that
others carried gnus in Oklahoma, he
said, and. thought it was tho proper
thing to do. Judge Flowers explain-
ed that Oklahoma Is a civilized com-
munity, and that the man who car-
ries a gun here is putting himself
In Jeopardy Instead of protecting him-
There were a number of other
cases of minor importance in court.
the terms of this law any lessee or
owner of land within a mile of the
land complained of may file a
statement of facts with the county
surveyor who shall give the offend-
ing party thirty days notice to com-
ply wllh the law and in case he then
falls to do so the work shall be done
under the direction of the county sur-
veyor and charged against the own-
ir or less who violates the provisions
of the law.
Good for cuts, burns, bruises and
scratches, but especially recommend-
ed for piles—DeWltt's Carhollzed
WItcb Hazel Salve. Sold by C. K.
Hundreds have profited by attend-
ing the big sale of clothing at
SchloBs' this week.
INITIATED BY THE
B. P. 0. ELKS
ing In Mr. Smalley's office. This Is
an important meeting, as the state
show openB in Shawnee next Mon-
day, and there are somo matters yet
to be arranged. A full attendance is
OLD OFFICERS RE-ELECTED
At the regular annual meeting of the Directors of the Bank
of Commerce held Jan. 13. 1909, the following officers were re-
elected for the ensuing year.
W. S. SEARCH, President
Wallace Estill, Jr., Vlce-Pres.
Claude D. Rorer, Cashier.
L. C. Webster, Assistant Cashier.
It was not SchlosB' fault, that the
water pipes bursted above his store.
It is your fault, if you do not take
' advantage of his sale of water-dam-
Maple, Elm, Locust, Catalpa, Box
Elder, Linden of all kinds. 26 per
cent discount for next 60 days. E.
Finney, South Draper street.
BANK OF COMMERCE
DR. 0. H. TAYMAN
Office over Shawnee National Bank
That suit you have long had your
eyes on may now be bought at less
than actual manufacturers' cost. Call
at Schloss' big sale and see.
TRIAL AGAIN POSTPONED
Altus, Okla., Jan. 21.-The trial
of George Henslej*. charged with
malfeasance of office, has been post-
poned until Monday. The grand Jury
which returned the second batch of
indictments against Hensley was dis-
penalty is provided for efforts to se-
cure unearned bounty.
Oil and gas preservation and regu-
lation In the state Is the subject cov-
ered In a composite bill Introduced
as a committee refKirt yesterday
and which bears tho names of Sena-
tors Strain, Williams and Hurst
The Mil Is supposed to provide
regulations Which Will prevent the
waste of natural gas and in general
terms is a decided Improvement on
the laws which noV 'cover the sub-
Section 1, of the bill provides that
who are in any manner asso-
!dated with the drilling in of a gas
oil well must, within two days
I after penetrating the gas bearing
rock, shut in and confine the gas
therein, provided, however, that this
shall not apply to any well operated
This evening in the city hall there The last P™**™ « the section
will be a meeting of members of the !U the one hL 1 ^
city council, the mayor and repre- open to oil pr uc
sentatlves of the different Hock Is-'the flow of gas In hope that oil w 11
land' organizations which belong to follow and which leaves tho entir^
the Rock Island hospital association proposition Jiwt as
for the purpose of considering the joker in the bill. 1)rcVen
proposed merging of Interests be- Section 2, provides f.>i the p ^
tween the hospital association and tation of leaks in p P ' ■ ;
the city of Shawnee, whereby the of Jumbo burners and the reguia
jsrattrssiBs H:i3; ~ "*
fun, frolic and music. This Is a big a bigger and better I ■ section provides for the keeping
show. structed. _______ pure of streams, and section 4, takes
^————————— Jp ,h„ subJect of the plugging of
ibandnned gas or oil wells and sec-
* t)on 5, provides a penalty for the
firing of a gas or oil well.
A bill which regulates the fees and
salaries of registers of deeds in the
various counties was introduced in
the house today by Japp of Coman-
, , ,Tt iche It provides that the register of
Ouc of the most likely classes ever
seen was that composed of 13 good
men who were initiated last night In-
to the local order of Elks. This vig-
orous order has In the past Initiated
some good classes, but none surpass-
ed! Che bunch that "got theirs" last
Following the initiatory work,
which began promtply at 7; 30 o'clock,
and concluded shortly before tofA-
night, a buffet lunch Was served.
Those iiilltiated were as inlloWs:
II. B. Sherman, Jtidge W. li. MaWh,
Carl Wells, Thomas McCrary, Ro*
Lee Wood, b. P. Sparks, Jr., W. A.
Weney. C, A. Morris Henry Stctfe,
J. L. Reiser, Tom De Bruler, J. M.
Bayn'e and Sam A. Miller.
Phono 777; we will call tor bag-
gage checks Free. Baggage will be
delivered promptly. W. B. Rorsch-
If you know a bargain when you
see one you can't help but buy a
suit of Clothes at Schloss' big sale
SANTA FE COAL CO. PHONE 369.
WE SELL COAL—WOOD—PORT-
GET OUR PRICES. PHONE 369.
H. G. LARSH, Manager.
A Good Place to Trade.
AT THE BIJOU j
The Misery of
a Severe Cough
can be cut short
in a hurry with
Hill's Honey & Tar
25 cts. a bottle.
SHAWNEE DRUG STORE
Main «nd Broadway Telcphooc W
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