The Enid Daily Eagle. (Enid, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 312, Ed. 1 Friday, August 26, 1910 Page: 2 of 8
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Till-: KMI P.tll.Y KAtil.I I'M DAY. AlCIST 2fl, 1010.
NO STATE'S MONEY
Cut'irie Attorneys Will En-
join Members of The
CANNOT CHECK HASKELL
si i,i:< *i i n srri: can bk pi.at-
tl l> a m m ts itt i *< %
tiii: m\i:ki:t. <;<>vi:ii\oit
isi.v; months \s
in: 8kks i it.
incut has I)cm
n made by
iiiK th«> handling of state fiiikIh on
the part of the state capltol com-
mission appointed late last night
iy Governor ('.
met by a null
o restrain the
at Oklahoma City
N Haskell will h
for an injunction
nit inborn of the commision from
Bp« tiding any of the money in car-
rying out the capitol scheme or in
paying the expenses or salaries of
Governor Haskell could not be
enjoined by the courts, according
to the decision of the supreme
court, therefore lb-re was no way
in which the Guthrie attorneys I
could ti train the governor from j
appointing tho commission. The j
Injun< ti n which has been grunted
by the supreme court, howe'er r-
strains Ft ate Auditor M. E. Trapp ■
and State Treasurer James Mono-i
fee from issuing vouchers or war- |
rants for expenses incurred in ;
carrying out any phuse of tin- i
tapital scheme pending the linal i
decision of the case now pendln ■*. 1
before the supreme court.
The Putnam option, selected by
the commission as the proposed j
capital site, containing 1,000 acres
of land lying about six miles from j
the business center of Oklahoma |
City, provides that in additi<>. 4* |
<li I'd Ins till' 1an(l to the mute Tor ;i | ()f nny m,tUm ()|. ,h
consideration of $1, the company i Q_
back of the deal is to advauce
$100,000 to defray the expenses of
the commission and in platting tit
capital sites into town lots. Money
derived from this source or from
the sale of lota cannot be subject
to injunction proceedings, as it
in no sense would be state funds,
and it is Governor Haskell's Idea
to use tho money in carrying on
lite capital plans until a linal decis-
ion of the court is secured. %
Hestrahi Transfer Men.
Guthrie attorneys tiled an amend
red petition, including the name of
\V. It. Poison, a Guthrie transfer
man, who attempted to remove the
bank' commissioners' records, and
Judge Huston issued an order in-
cluding Poison in the injunction.
7he writ against the bank commis-
sioner and Poison is returnable
September II, and the defendants
Is of tho bank
I Blotter's office which wei
by Sheriff John Mahoney
county are stored wi the
of Poison iu this «ity, 1
I a III not be availa! K- to
I comuiissioner should he desire to
refer to any of theiu.
The sheriff as yet has not been
I able to obtain service upon llank
('ommissioner Cock red, bat has
procured service upon a number of
his deputies and clerks. The bank
• ommissioner not only is enjoined
lioui removing his records to Ok-
I lahoma City, but also from trans-
acting any official nusiness at any
place other than Guthrie.
Haskell Selects Site.
Eight different options were sub-
mitted by Oklahoma ('ity real es-
tate men, but almost immediately
after the appointment of the com-
mission, and before it was organte-
«d Governor Haskell selected the
Putnam site and the commission is-
sued a brief statement approving
There Is nothing in the litigation
now pending to prevent tho gover-
nor and the capital commission
from proceeding with tho platting
and snlo of lots and the conveying
of title to purchasers In the name
>f '.ho state, but If tho supreme
court, should hold tho election by
Which tho bill was adopted to be
illegal the title so far an the con-
veyance in the name of the stat
is concerned would bo w;id.
Under the capital bill it is prob-
able that "all lots shall be convey-
ed by patent from the state to be
executed by the governor." The
approval of tho other state officer
Ib required. The bill does not re-
quiro the approval of the leglsla-1 cutic
ture of tho action of the commls- | '.."lav
The Doctors TRAIN SMASH UP IIIMYSTERY
HeporfN «•# \Mlonlohlntc < "rc« • > tfc<* ,
VrM aad Wiimlfrln. *1« \lei u
I'roiliirl Kmitiii tii < uilrlii). I
Iinn. Hull*. rnrliiiiM'|pa< *ull IIIh*mhi.
I In rx. \\ .null*. *IImj(«,
lllll m, \ll on liter,
*>elll| . 111. Mil* «ir M 4>
Oulrkl> I nrr l • > I lil"
II it I Don't \\ iirrj
Niil>Mta net* inincMt
. <| i *u t lela y Is iloltiX
tlittt arc simply mur-
t 'auM' of (•raiJrf 11 link ("llision Vt >.
lenluy I** Not Y'ci known—
Inquest lo IU* Held.
Dura ml, Mich., Aug. 26.—The
cause of tho collision of two Grand
Trunk traius of the Hoston-Mon- ,
treal express yesterday, which cost
the llv« s of eight passengers, is si ill I
a mystery. An inquest will be held.
Bnflneer Spencer oft the second J
section of the train said that he was |
almost on top of the forward section
when he heard a torpedo signal that
there was a train standing on the j
track ahead of him. The exploded ■
torpedo was found fifty rail lengths.
lfiO feet, from the scene of the col-
lision. Assistant Superintendent J
Ehrko suid that the second section
could have been slopped in 800 feet. ,
Hrakeman G. It. Graham of the I
forward section assorted that he j
ran back nearly a milo with the tor-
pedo and that he waved a rod light \
to stop the on • oming train. Gra-
ham disputed the contention of En-1
gineer Spencer of the second train '
that the tail lights of the forward
section were not burning. Graham
cannot bo located now.
ROADS APPEAL FROM ORDER
Talk to 1 hem
The doctors applied an Kx-Ray to
what they called a cancer on the face
• •f Mrs Mary A. Ileelan. matron at the
H.irrlHon Central Hte.tlon in Chicago.
This left a seiir taunt mark Cutl-
elay was afterward applied and not
only was the sore cured but the sear
a I ho iliHappei.reil There are probably
thousands on the borderland of opera -
t Inns who may be saved by a timely
use of futhiay. If you know of a
• •ane haHten mention this marvelous
product of nature. W. I,. Stansbury.
of 101 Paso, Tex., well known railroad
. ffl. i.il mentions a neighbor of Ills! til
who astonished everybody by curing J
himself of camer by ttie wonderful
nth-luy. flwiprht Rrown. in the Cht-
epartnient of Supplies, says fu- j
banished all his dread of
nlon In iiiTrchnsinK or platting ami | hu f u•• IimI«i. m-
, . . formed and be got rid or all
Boiling the capital site, but merely , i;v«.ry Hon- spot mi the surface of tin
requires the approval of the logis-1 '"la n'nnk,'d rawing aensntiofi.' no |r°n Mountain roads, which went to
lature before any rontract to coil- . hurning. smarting « r Irritating efiv t, i throe-cent fares under the Hook do-
. ... I lust a calm, quiet, Wonderful dlsap
struct a (upital building is valid, p nranee of the mire, scab quickly cwion.
Corporation Commission's Knlim*
Prohibit in^ Mxcess Cliargln^
Taken to Supreme Court.
Guthrie, Okla., Aug. 2G.—Appeal ,
has been made by the railroads flrom
order of the corporation com- i
mission revoking the right to charge
( passengers excess fare when they
incer board trains without tickets. The
•iotv' I or<^er was ra®(le to cover the Santa
Katy, Frisco, Hock Island and
forms ami before you know It new
skin forms and the cure Is eomolete.
Yon enn gel n large can of Cuth lny
at any drug store for .10 cents, or will
be mailed upon receipt of price. If
vmi wish tn first demonstrate what
the wonderful futlrlnv will do for you.
upon the receipt of h!x centa In stamps
to ihiv ciihI of parking, et«- . we will
MiaII you i large trial package. The
fi«tlclav fo . f bh ago. 111.
it i«« m.id ii mi highlv reeomn • nai *
In Knld by the Peerless Drug fo.
Heganled us Hlut'f.
Guthrio attorneys are Inclined
to look upon the governor's action
In selecting the capital site before
the question of whether tho cap-
ital was removed to Oklahoma City
lias been passed upon by the su-
preme court as a huge bluff to
further bolster up the governor's
contention that tho state capital ,or the nomination for the presi-
now in Oklahoma City, regardlessi (|ency. Both were present at the
courts. | white House conference.
j After he had called tho conference
to order President Roosevelt said:
"If Governor Johnson is to no
here tomorrow morning, 1 should
like to hove him preside after 1
leave tho chair."
"Thank you, sir," said Governor
Johnson midst the applause of his
supporters in tho conference. Fpi*
8t. Paul, Minn., Ant 26. A man |'«• Instant It was believed that
... .. j Roosevelt was showing liis prefer-
prominently connected with the na-L
once for the democratic candidates,
tional c<mservallon ingress to l>H ,mt w,|en h(J wlthont (.,ianKlnK the
held in this city recalls the tact dls- : tone of his voice, said: "The con-
played by Theodore Roosevelt dtr-| foroes. I am sure, would like to bett-
ing the progress of tho conference of j anything-'that Mr. Bryan might care
the governors of the I nltod Mates t j() on j|u, subject before u?," the
at tho White House in 1908. I delegates saw how neatly lie turned
li was on May 13 at the begin- f the matter of preference off, they I
nlng of the second session of the j shouted their approval in a thunder
flOOSEWELT WAS TACTFUL
How He Handled a Melinite Situa-
tion When President Told
by a Friend.
The roads retaining the
commission rates are not affected by
the order. The appeal was taken
jointly to the supreme court.
POLICE COURT RUMPUS
THIS MOItXIVG'K SI SSION \I .\R-
LY ROE^I I/PBD i\ \
Miss Kthel Richardson, the Okla-
homa City woman who secured evi-
dence agafftiy local rooming houses
and appeared kagainst them in poli(c
eonrt as prosecuting witness, dem-
onstrated that she was something of
:i pugilist as well as a witness in
police court this morning. Fiirtlr r,
Police Judge Wilking made it known
that if W. L. Thompson, proprietor
of the Bonair hotel, hpd any criti-
cism of the municipal court to make,
he could make it, thereafter paying
a fine for contempt of court. For a
few minutes excitement reigned su-
preme in the court room.
Under the direction of the police
judge, Chief of Police Thrasher this
morning ordered Mrs. Boyd, who is
onnected with the Bonair, to he in
day. Tho^democratic national con- I of applause. He had given neither I court aI11, nmk(J bom, rnr all nppea|
vention at Denver was less than two . democratic candidate an opportunity i or pay |,er p;ne j^|rs nov,i w«as r •-
months off. Both William Jennings 0f making political capital out ofl the (.gntlv
Bryan and Governor John A. John- incident and at the same time paid j
are required to file their answer] son of Minnesota were c
Hie scozvl changcs to a |
1 smile behind a Robert I
Burns. You can't help f
I s in o k i n g you rself l n t o f
;good humor when you \
•< smoke this mild, fragrant cigar. &
"Little Bobbie" too is good for a .
friendly chat. Half the price !
because he is half the size. V'
and 1 da168 j a pretty little compliment to each.
______ Governor Johnson presided tho n"\t
day as requested and Mr. Bryan
ado his memorable speech near tho
close of tho conference.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sinnot and
1 their sons left this morning for
1 Champagne. Ifll . after having spent
the past three iponths with Mr
sinnot's mother. .Mr. Sinnot will
1 lie chef at the 1'hl Delta Theta
found guilty of maintaining
a disorderly house and sentenced to
pny a fine.
When Mrs. Boyd arrived In the
court room she had many and divers
comments to make and paid her re-
spects to the complaining witness,
who did not miss an opportunity to
say something in return. And the
woman detective had the last word.
When W. L. Thompson, proprietor
Over the Telephone
Save yourself that trip. Save
such a loss of time as would he
required to go to see them.
A few minutes talk over the
telephone, in whatever section of
Oklahoma they may be, and you'd
the same results as though
you'd made the trip.
The telephone makes the trip
for you. It's wires, exchanges and
connections, a big investment, lie
always ready for your immediate
^ Telepkorve^Telegrapk Co.
of. the hotel, arrived he stated very
emphatically that Mrs. Boyd had not j
been given a chance and also some i
things about .the decision of the
"Wait, Mr. Thompson," demanded
Judge Wilking. "If you have any I
criticism of this court to make you i
may make it at this time and a fine i
for contempt of court will be en-
tered against yon." The Mr. j
Thompson subsided for a moment I
FAME THRUST UPON SINGE.
Marvelous Note Emitted Was Cre;
Effort, But Entirely Unpre-
It was Mme. Highnote'a first
pearance, and she was on her tri,
trill. T!w audience sat spoilboun
First came a cadenza, and then—ti
*igh C. Would she do It? Mm
MIghnote thought she woyldn't.
She was Just about to attempt th
"My father has been a sufferer from sick
hcndache for the last twenty-five years and
never found nny relief until lie began
| taking your Cascarcts. Since be has
, ; begun talcing Cascarets he ha-> never bad
the headache. They have entirely cured
him. Case; rets do what you recommend
them to do. I v.i|l pive you the privilege
of using his name."—K. M. Dickson,
H2o Rcsiner St., W. Indianapolis, iud.
and he hatf nothing more to say to note when a little brown mouse rat
tlle court acrosi the footlights. The div.
But tlu. climax as yet to come. I Bathe.ed up her Bkirt3. am
As be passed by the woman detee-
SWT 11 ITY CI I b I IIMKS i:\.
Ti:itT\l\ THKIIt Ml SIIAMIS
Tho Ladies of the Security club
last evening entertained their hus-
bands and families at the
Mrs. W W. Burrell. In a
contest Messrs. Turner
five he made a statement which
Miss Richardson did not fancy and
she called'him a "liar." in unmis-
takable terms. At this juncture
Thompson drew back his fist as if
to strike her, but was prevented
from doing so by Chief Thrasher.
Miss Thompson bad her parasol and
was about to bring it into play withi
j Mr. Thompson's head as tile object-
i Through tho oflfbrts of Chief
Tlirasher Mr. Thompson was es-
corted from the room and Miss
Richardson returned to her seat feel-
ing much as it lion when it has been
prevented from getting its prey.
The sudden change from years of
activity of both body and mind to Out of 5)1 Counties Reporting There
the quiet of later years causes the Are 7'2 Members Who Are
human system to undergo many
home of,changes, chief of which is in the di-
"My prospect*1 are forever blight
•d," she moaned.
j _ At that moment there camo a fever
ish knocking nt the door. It wns th*
"The manager," he exclaimed
"wants to know whether you ran awa:
from the curtain because you wen
"No. I am well. It was outy—"
"And he wants me to toil you tha
high C you let out at the end was th«
finest he had heard for years, and thi
audience is crazy over you. You runs
give an encore."
"I can't—I can't," wailed the prim:
£<mna; "not unless you get anctho
Tragic Death of dtawawsy,
Tho body of a stowaway, who had
hidden himself on top of a boiler ®c
toard an c >an liner, and had boor,
suffocated by smoke, was discovered
.-hen the liner reached Southampton
froi Ne* York the other day.
Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Taste Good.
1 «> (Jo«k1 Never Sickon.lWrntven (ii ipe.
10c, 25c, SOe. Never sold in bulk. The jren-
nine tab!, t ■ -ainpedCt I", '..aaruuteeil to
cure ui your uicusy back-
guessing gestne organs
It becomes harder and harder to get the
and Burr 11 bowels to m >\ o promptly and regularly
Topoka. Aug. 26.—The Indlca-
ll tul Hill Tit
<i. A. It. IIKCtSPTION.
At the home of Mrs. Dora White
on East Rroadway, the ladi s of the
G. A. It. gave a reception to Mrs.
Clara Brown of Kingfisher, past
department president of the order,
en Wednesday evening. The lawn
was decoratcd in Japanese lanterns,
and refreshments ofl punch were
served. About twenty ladles were
present. Mi3S Mae Brown favored
those present with eev ral musical
selections. ln%a guessing contest
on the weight of a watermelon, J. W.
Benton secured the first prize, the
melon. In guessing the number of
seeds in a bottle, B. N. Turk secured
the first prize and Funeton John-
son the second prize.
WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PJLL3
Haw you overworked your nervous sys-
tem and caused trouble wffh your kid-
neys and bladder? H i v. you pains ir>
loins, side, back an.I bladder? Have y<v
and In consequence many elderly men suf- tions are that the republican parf.v
secured the first and second prizes, fer not only from the basic touble, con-
stipation, but from indigestion, headache, ' Otuu il will be in control of the pro-
The ladies si read a picnic luncheon, belching, sour stomach, drowsiness after
eating and similar annoyances. It ta first ;''ivssive or insurgent wing of the
of all necessary to keep tho bowels open m, ,
and then to tone the dlrestlve muscles so 1 '"')• I lie early returns oil mem-
as to pet them to again do their work , „ , , ..
naturally. A violent cathartic or purga- Hrs ot t-'1 l«Li KltUie and the fi:i-t
r,'ieJ.^notm°V har"V l'"l,1,,k's ,hat soleited chairmen of
f-.il. and something mild will do tho work
Just as well. the county commute* s indicate that
.n WaSf Kd'tt • < resulars had pretty busy
various kinds, and have become convinccd conirul of tlle members of
that they do only temporary rrood at best. .
then try Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, a 'he lious" of representatives and the
mlM, Kcntlo. pleasant-tasting Jaxatly* (OMnty committe s
Kspecial guests were Messrs. Zim-
merman, Watson, C.lcn and Dale
Bond and Miss Nona Doughitt.
The club will meet Thursday eve-
ning ai the home of Mrs. W. H. Day,
:>2S North Independence avenue.
I I.I CTKIC Till \TBI
THIS Wl Kh
tunic that is especially'"adapted""to'"the ltn,,llv « ninnue s and that they
requirements of old people, women and, would control the nariv council hv
, children, and yet is effective enough fir
The Patterson Sisters opened , anybody. Your druggist, who has handled a small majority.
tli. matinee yesterday afternoon to, tur'^wllT'Iil^To^a^tUo'Vor nny ccnls 0llt of 111 ''•nntles reported on
a large and appreciative audienci ! t one dollar but if you want to make andldates for the legislature there
a test of It before spending any money . ,
Their act is something out of the s«^nd your nan-e and address to Dr. raid- ,4'° ,no,,: '' rs strong progres-
ordinary. Their work Is wonderful ,end you a sa"'pla sive '• ■"■'"gs and 22 an known
tand-patters or hav
The better the shoes, it seems, the ti li.T.y app-'ar.-mt e of tl.e fac e, and un-
less the people walk. American shoe , (I T the ey. s? \ frequent <: sire to pa•
manufacturers have made an epoch iu Wc^•; 1'r"" r"'8 w'"
commerce, tor American shoes are 1 WILLIAKS Mra. cci., !\-sr- . cic.M.nd,Ohio
copied and imitated all over the civ- i j^or sale by Corry Pharmacy.
ilized world as the best output of all
nations. Yet the typical American j
will not walk and so is the easiest j
man on his shoes that ever lived.— j
New York Press.
Yield to Cuticura.
„ ' ''% S
; • *■ a-i
£ ' gPi
" *' SI
and will he thoroughly enjoyed by This rem. dy la rapidly displacing all
other forms of medfcatlrtn for the euro
both old and vouuk rliey were of stoma, h. li'-or and bow 1 trouble and
here last aoason ;u„l made an j ^Sf
enormous hit. Those- having seen •"-> N'otre Dime street. South Bend,
Ind., are now never without It In the
them on their previous engagement house. Thoy hav. tested it end know ito
tile mi. ?rn,,d value to every member of tho
mo tip , fanilly.
Dr. Caldwell personally will be pleased
•-ivc vou ni v medical r.dvice von may
sire jor yourself or famllv pertainlnp to
in his latest Bpotllght ...oelaltlca
end illustrated songs. Anyone
desiring to hear Jack sing an old name and address on a postal card or
their preference either way.
Th^ suffering which Cuticura Snap
and Cuticura Ointment have all -Mated
among skin-tortured, dis-
va figured infants and chil-
dren. and the r omfort I
will certainly not miss tho op-
portunity of seeing them again.
Jack McConnell is making a hit desire for yourself orYamlly pertaining^to
Hnbles is like human beings, the; i
can't always bo counted on to do the
best they knows.—From "Miss Selina i
Will cry sales in Garfield and adjoin-
ing counties on short notice and at
„.ivj WIIUWI, reasonable rates. Write meat Enid,
>\they have afforded worn- lot* catl at the Iviylo ollici . or phono
out and worried parents, . •,
ui to thfir nd •>- j them at my expense if you want me to
-J[< ^ tion in countless homes ! conduct-your sale. Vou can ^et ray
n ni.• t^ates at tjje ollice, and lliey can
bill me on any open date. I furuish
| the cups for the lunches.
Residence F.;is' e t'lione 441,
When a hero is to be pulled down
as a priceless treatment
for the shin and blood.
Infantile and birth hu-
mors. milk crust, scalled
head. ep7ema, rashes, and every form
of i telling, seal v. pimply skin and
•rail. hum-1-., ".th I..sk of heir of in- j i;nid. Oklahoma
fancy nj,,i « li: ><hI. are speedily, per-
manently. and economically cured, in
the majority t.f cases, when all other
BEST & KI SSLLL CXJ.Mr.LN V, DISTiUUl'TORS, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
favorite will kindly leave sons md degraded, it U best doM In dog- j %£
Mr. McGinnis or Jlr, McConnell. |w*" lullJIn£. ilQatlcello, in.
lutely pure. Sold throughout the world.
References: Garfield Exclwnge Bank,
Bank ot Enid, Enid Eagle, and tho c tor
ivhom I cry sales.
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