The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 300, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 14, 1910 Page: 3 of 8
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BA1L.Y NHWfi. THREE MONTHS, |1.
shawnee local socialist
party meets every sunoay
afternoon at 2 o'clock in
mall trade8 assembly hall
New Majestic Theatre
One Stolid Week Commencing
Monday May 16th
"VERNON THE GREAT"
The republican county central com-
mittee Is hereby called to meet at
the city hall In Shawnee, Okla., at 1
o'clock p. m., Tuesday, May 17, 1911.
tor the purpose of transacting such
business as may properly be consid-
It Is also requested that all repub-
licans of the county Interested in
the suocess of the party assemble in
mass convention on said 17th day of
May, 1910, at the city hall in Shaw-
nee, Okla, at 2 o'clock p. m. of said
day, to discuss the general welfare
of the party and the coming cam-
THOS. McCOLGAN, Chairman.
JESSE WILLIAMS, Secretary.
I Shawnee, Okla., May 11th, 1910
SATURBEY, MAY 14, 191*
fHE SHAWNEE KEW8
And His Big
Hypnotic Comedy Co.
Eighty acres of land ten miles
west, or will trade for a residence,
prlc $1600. 52 lots in Wyant's Addi-
tion, at end of Broadway car line,
price $100 to $150 per lot, or will
trade for residence, well located.
213 North Broadway
DRS. WILSON & CALLAHER
Ey«, Ear, Nose and Throat.
Third Floor Mammoth building.
Booms 113-114. Pno..- 764.
BELL STREET, NEAR MAIae
Office Hhot.e 184 Res. Phone 982
Office 208 South Union
Shawnee Transfer Company
Wishart & McDonald, Props.
General Storage, Crating and Packing
Saturday Matinee and Night
"RIP VAN WINKLE"
This is positively the lass
week of H. D. Rucker
Korak Wonder Company n
60V. STUDBS WOULD
SIOP THE COIL STRIKE
Kansas Executive Makes Plea That
Miners be Given Wage Increase
on Account of High Coat
Topeka, May 14.—Gov. Stubbs wanta
the coal operators of the Kansas field
to settle the trouble with tho miners
and give them the wage increase anil
the arbitration feature of the contract.
The governor has been Importuned to
send the militia into the Pittsburg field
on aocount of riots there. In a letter
to J. R. Crowe, one of the operators,
the governor says:
I have positive assurance from the
officers of the Mine Workers' union
that no violence or destruction of prop-
erty will he tolerated by them and that
they will use every effort to protect the
property of the coal operators during
the time negotiations for a settlement
of the present difficulties are in prog-
In my opinion the demand made by
the Mine Workers' union for an in-
crease of 6.55 per cent in wages is
fully justified on account of the large
Increase in the cost of living, and I be
lieve it would be to the advantage ol
the coal operators to recognize the
right of the mine workers to this in-
crease and make a speedy settlement
of the unhappy conditions which exist
there at the present time.
I fully recognize the importance ol
making a contract which will be bind
ing on the coal operators and the min-
ers alike, subject to arbitration which
will permanently settle the conditions
under which labor will he employed foi
the term of the life of the contract.
A settlement on the above basis
would undoubtedly be to the advantage
of both the operators and miners and
should be made without delay. The
strike which is in progress is very ex-
pensive indeed to we miners through
out the district as well as to the coal
operators and the general public. 1
hope the operators will take the inUla.
tive in making this settlement, and 1
believe it is their duty under the con
ditions to do bo.
Do you kaow I paint automobiles
and carriages, and do the kind of
work that .ever fails to give satis-
faction? If you have any work
along this line, don't forget to con-
sider the quality of my work and
the reasonableness of my prices.
J. P. MITCHELL
1231-2 N. Beard SL, Shawnee, Okla.
Over Harry Johnson's.
123 1-2 N Beard at. Shawnee, Okla
Over Harry Johnson's.
Finest Orchestra in the South
Prices: 10c, I5c & 25c
H. D. Rucker's
KORAK WONDER COMPANY.
T. Q. CTJTLIF
Maben & Cutlip
Attorneys at Law
Office rooms, Shawnee: Rooms Not
1, 2, 3 and 4 Pottawatomie Bulldinj
Also offices at Tecumseh.
VOTING ON THE AMENDMENTS
8ome of the Senators Are Anxious to
Hurry Action on the Pending
Washington, May 14.—The senate
has begun voting on amendments to
the long and short haul provision of
the railroad bill and agreed to con-
clude before the end of the leglsia-
The legislative day is an elastic
period and may extend over several
calendar years. As a matter of fact
therefore the discussion and action
on these particular amendments may
not be concluded before Saturday
Monday is the beginning of the tenth
week of consecutive discussion of the
railroad bill. Mr. Hale called atten-
tion to the condition of the important
appropriation bills and intimated that
none of them would be called up until
after the railroad measure is out of
the way. The naval and the sundry
civil bills are bound to precipitate
SCHOOLGIRL HELD UP BY NEGRO
Grace Hynes of Kansas City, Kan
Attacked In Broad Daylight
DR. G. H. TAYMAN
Office over Shawnee National Bank
WASHINGTON AND RE-
rCKN, LIMIT JUNE 1st
ATLANTIC. CITY. AND
RETURN,. LIMIT. JUNE
TICKETS ON SALE MAY
.14 TO 17 INCLUSIVE.
lJnrit ticket to Washing-
Ion may be extended to
June 15th on certain con-
Further particulars, on
request. You may write,
phone or stop me on the
street, just as may be
most ocnvenient to you.
W. L. Ingham, Agent
MR. CHARLES FRANCOIf GIARD
PIANO AND THEORY
In Shawnee Saturdays. For terms
inquire of Miss TJlah Reed, 212 North
Market streot. Phone 533.
It ain't no joke,
Nor it ain't no bluLl —
Is the proper stuff,
in N. Beard. F. E. HALLIDAY
Kansas City, May 14.—Grace Hynes,
18 years old, the daughter of John S.
Hynes, clerk of the Wyandotte county
probate court, was held up and robbed
by a negro in a cut through which run
the tracks of the Kansas City-Western
electric line near Thirteenth street
and Everett avenue. She was return-
ing to her home at 2000 North Twelfth
street from the Kansas City, Kan., high
school, where she is a member of the
senior class, and had taken a shont
cut by way of the railway traX
That no further harm came to her
was due to the arrival of Walter B
Swarthout, a street car motorman, and
Clarence M. Hines, a conductor, who
were on their way to the car barn of
the Metropolitan Street Railway com-
pany at Tenth street and Minnesota
they'hated he without a cause.
Matthew 12:22-32 : 38-42.-May 15.
-H. «*« ^ " < <« <"<"" m'; a"J v V m *i,H ""
abroad. — r. 30.
how the battle will£
victory. Indeed the Bil>*««« '- «£ and his empire,
«°c.en^e0DMneC°pnromi'se is that this will * 1'1'rst Itesur
rection^andThe UmeThaM"for restai.llsl.ment of Messiah's Millennia,
Kingdom fo^e ^ "thousand years that sin has
sinners and tlielr release from t faVor«d with*some knowledge
,„g these nineteen centnrl«tho«whom be has ^ored^ ri,pre9en,n,ivcs-
of his Will-testing th^'r l0e"lty fl , n'mong8t those professing loyalty, such
he Is testlug because he seeks to . ho,m ()nr present Study shows
as have the p^clPles ^^JTThM tested and wo know that through-
how some at the First Auveni , f00tsten followers of tho
out these nineteen centuries be J***™ * £„ becn hated
Nazarene have been ^"^^.tooi s1nmiered-sometimes by fellow-re-
without cause—m l! n ml neln every such Instance we are to remember
^rth«e are°bTt twoX to the conflict the side of God. truth, righteous-
ness, and the side of error, f#^d'™arlsees and Doctors of tho Law
as we see how blindly scribes and 1 harisees ^a ^ ^ ^ ^
hated Jesus and said ill| ™an°er ° gau| of Tarsus stoning Stephen to
they were on Satan s side A" . ,csus we soc clearly that they
death and others persecuting t ■ ' instances wo are as-
were in Satan's service Eluded by him ~ ihouRtlt that
sured that these servants of mmrd alone these lines, re-
they did God service. Let' e™ her "Ye cannot serve God and mam-
memberlng the words of the G gathereth not with
mon,. "He that to not ^e^haveunwlttlngly been
me scattereth abroad. Alas, .„_trLersv_flEhtlnK against God and the
on the wrong side of the great cont } permitting this conflict and
Truth, lgnorantly deluded ^e ^ J^'^g. testing, those
the measure of darkness, ooa is directly as to
whom he has called to be his people.^ 3 we nre (rlpa ,ls respects our
the side we will take, but, in «' sec0°' ^ h ,lke tlie mistake of
humility. Those who are honest of heart and wn ^ ^ of hnmlll.
fighting against God, ^en ^elr e/thoir error and becoming zealous for the
ty In the matter of confession of ti eir ^ ^ ^ ^ humUlty that
"up b°y their victory, but bumble^themselves under the
Kingdom was t.lgh, Just as he had
Pr°HaX thus answered their objection, he showed that they were against
him and opposing his Wort and «,at ^mwntjhat f^e (n
if soi^ the proportion of wrong relented hy^e «
could be forgiven; but the proportion represented bj the wilfulness w
npori the extreme penalty, because unforgivable.
The scribes and Pharisees, envious of his popularity, asked for a a gn. a
proof of h s Me ahship-not recognizing his teachings and his miracles
nroofs sUclent He then told then, of one sign which would come to then,
ton late— his stay in the tomb would correspond to Jonahs stay 111 the bel
of the great flsh. The people of heathen Nineveh In the Judgment Age. In e
Millennial Age. he assured them, would rank higher than thc>. or ®
vltes did repent at the preaching of Jonah, while these repented not at th
nreacWngTa gre ter than Jonah. The Queen ,f Sheha bad journeyed a
to bear Solomon's wisdom; ye. these were In the presence o " K-ater h .
Solomon and realized It no, and heeded not his message
blinded, but. with our whole hearts, accept and follow the .Nazaiene.
The Majestic Airdome
6 BIG NIGHTS 6
Incomparable Stock Co., Supporting
America's Representative Stock Actress
In The Fascinating Story of Past Life in New York
THE POWER OF THE CROSS
Sunday Night Opening
SUNDAY MAY 16
Feature Specialties By The Burton Sisters
rwl ™ Kit Mli itfEtP
Because it hurts : Well: my dear sir, it
hurts your carpets and rugs to beat
them; wears em out; makes you spend
your hard-earned money for new ones;
ever stop and think of that) Love youi
wife and she won't need beating; treat
your carpets right and they won t need
beating! Clean em with a
SO E-Z VACUUM CLEANER
(costs $ 10 and lasts a life-time) and
save em to walk on—thats what carpets
and rugs are intended for—not to be
knocked to pieces with a club.
Furniture Company West Mairv
Diarrhoea should he curea without
loss of time and by a medicine Hke
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and
Diarrhoe Remedy, which not only
cures promptly but produces no un-
pleasant after effects. It never falls
and Is pleasant and safe to take.
Bold by all druggist*. *
DR. W. B. PIGG
Genital, Rectal and Urinary
Main and Bell. Shawnee, Okla.
Every family, and especially those
who reside in the country, should
be provided at all times with a bottle
I of Chamberlain's Linament. There
POSTAL CONVENTION PLANNED |ls no telling when It may oe wanted
In case of an accident or emergency.
It Is most excellent In all cases of
rheumatism, sprains and bruises.
Sold by all drugglstc. •
The Southwestern Association Will I
Convene at Kansas City Septem-
ber 26, 27 -and 28.
Succeed when everything ebe fails.
In nervous prostration and female
weaknesses they are the uprene
remedy, as thousands have testified.
FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND
it is the beut medicine evet lold
over a druggist s counter.
DR. E. M. BAILEY,
DR. MARY J0HN80N,
Nature's Way to Health.
DR. W. J. CRAMPTON
125V4 North Broadway
Phone 759 Black
Good Work, Reasonable Prices.
Washington, May 14.—The conven
tlon of the Southwest Postal associa-
tion, which will be attended probably
by 5,000 delegates, will be held in
Kansas City September 26, 27 and 28.
Postmaster General Hitchcock will de-
liver an address. The arrangements
for the convention were completed by
Mr. Hitchcock and W. C. Markam of
Baldwin, Kan., secretary of the asso-
ciation. The delegates will hold their
meetings in Convention hall. The
Southwestern Postal association has a
membership of 35,000. It includes
postal employes In Missouri, Kansas,
Iowa, Nebraska, Arkansas and Oklaho-
We Have a Customer for Rose Garden Lots.
GIVE US YOUR LISTINGS
shawnee investment co.
121 E. MAIN
MISS H. WEIBERG
2ndifloor t The Mammoth.
Hair Dressing, 8hami ooinir.
Bleaching and Dyeing,
Electric. Scslpand Face Massage.
Children s Hair Cutting.
Hade Into Curls, Switches, Etc
Such Is the verdict of those who
did so. Do you wish to exchange
Disease for Health, come and get a
"square deal." The home treatment
is alBo "making good." Advice freely
Room 3, P. O. Bldg. Tel. 666 Black.
Chauncey M. Depew, whose volun-
tary retirement from the United
States senate was recently rumored
in Washington, but who now laughs
at the story and declares that he
has nothing of the kind in mind at
least for the present." The rumor,
following upon the announcement of
the coming retirement of Senator Al-
drlch and Hale, cause ot ripple in
In political circles throughout the
Oklahoma Opticians Elect Officers.
Oklahoma City, Ok., May 14—The
Oklahoma State Association of Opti-
cians in session here selected Tulsa
as the place for the next convention
and elected the following officers:
W. K. Grady, Stillwater, president;
William A. Durst, Enid, first vice
president; W. B. Hale, Weatherford,
Becretary; H. A. Bump, Oklahoma
THE NEWS, THRKH MONTHS, $1.00
Pro! Kubn's Conservatory ot (Basic
SHAWNEE, OKLA. 217 N. BROADWAY
Teaches Piano. Violin. Comet. Trombone, Clarionet. Flute,
Drum. etc. Take Beginners and Advance Pupik Specialty
CUdren of any age. Free Orchestra for His Scholars. Be-
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1 pair lots on Broadway eur line, Rose Garden...
1 pair corner lots on Philadelphia aienue, Hyde
_ . (M2S
3 lots on Dnlon Avenue, Hyde Park $*<•>
1 pair lots, litoo Block, North Park street
1 pair lots 1100 Block on N. Louisa street only.
1 pair corner lots, Franklin and Market streets... .WOO
Shawnee Investment Co
121 E. Main St Phone Ui>
Home Decoration is An Art
is the foundation. Its proper selection requires the
services of an expert to insure satisfaction. Our
salesmen are qualified by being experienced and
having thorough knowledge.
(fl Artistic results can be obtained regardless of
the amount expended. Let us show you how.
Wirfs Paint & Glass Company
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