The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 329, Ed. 1 Friday, June 17, 1910 Page: 2 of 8
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t*4*r1 1X ha* f*w p|* >ire*. but
•obc e* n'|4M ifee highly aliuiulat
tec iM^rtai pj of m*rt>l*«
and lKk>-r >«• play with >ptn or
*Ja «M or spsrfcl*., or |ua> <-/(,«,m,
old clay*. it* gain* i*av*« you «Mb
■•W iwd and «/r Joint*, uy-
fcap. but with a good app *li* r,d a
gr«n*r appreciation of ib*- .imp),
things of l>f
Marble rr||| mak,. forget bis
trouble*; K will mak« biro more ac-
curate. wore d«-pendent on self. H la
a faiw tb - ladies should learn. Why
(NijabMM CUr ftp*?
Cartli all f** 6i
I Utisatios b
tb - r«i oTal
wiiMf dkat Gorrroor
Haat*fl will aiMaMt ti* (AraounH
tV «'«a <ay«ial toaaMn. aJ-
thrngit b* caar bar* alr«nf)r r«a<b j
a vwluatoa Tb* ftVrvlt of Tau
Hnti of Talaa 4«ciar* tba' yb a .
•iotia! 'XWratttMinari will b« oo of
b <S«w -ra ir; wmtun. Roou* Wil-
'lacoa '-f a uinsjb^r of tb*
uii/nuti txmimti/m/Ma* in i*%•
"-rda> froaa T«u, but rtlaaul to
**U bin atii'adf r-*ar<lu.r tfc* ro-
tnor i bat b<- Im to b* a DHobirr of
tb« wmsalMmUn. Jobn B Harrtaon of
Barr*, a iwmU; of lb* cooatttu-
tl/mal conrmtlMi. alao la b*in( m*n-
' "'t^-I a« a (KxalbUlty. while Milton
"ryan of Oklahoma city, formerly a
ti.-rnb*r of tb<- l«-tftslatur«- from
l'</tta at(/fnl<- 'Oqniy, ti b*l«l oat aa a
at ron* imulblllty. O. D Hala*ll of
Oklahoma ftty. one of tb* governor's
elOMM p*rsotial frtends, may t># of-
fered a i/lfc'e friends of I>r. A. 8.
fllddle <A Cbkkasba and the doctor
himself, hold out hope for hla ap-
pointment, j uds
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ii lUdix* d u?rKt w:T".
Lp tr-e P.ftcc.
U *11 jjit:. *.i «/ jdek
mi rulut -m: ma/f pre kk
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ti* iai:: 244&tk yoit: i/j>.
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tfciftc i iv/i ih^ tps tb« **
c or H fate pttr.j tie ixrjt:
barrfti in t&jajti 'ar it Mt di.
;a*t7re, t*r«e crytl**i air mf!
>wrt ujc« tto«? :<>^c ^
t ftart. kfoiv -x^r
*iiK* vcmM auate .x
Bill u« CTfi^Mr refw
T^Mr® oce of tfce aocbafiie
tt* a tftjre VM broken—
vf tto iai&r'i jXitLf troib^t of (bt
4A/ before. There tai bo extra vaJre
to re^U« it A aock:fi« t&op )b
lawrence *u opex.«4 ao4 tiae arl
ator ordered a cew part xL-aufe
Tkla would bare delated a atari aja-
*.I boot. a/. *Jfce *ar!j rjr ae<d Mar*, dia-
apix, c>d at krtiu* the pr1z«. oe-
*aa to pa#:k hii aeroplaBe for skip-
aaer-t to bouLki ille, where he wiSi give
ei&ibitios Ka' jrday
May Try It Later.
"But 1 am comic* b*£k to finiab
bat ra/* ftome'iia*-," Mara aaaerted.
I am otore than dinappoioted a: my
failure Perbap* I waa foollab to at-
tempt aucb a feat itb ao imail an
eflfiae WbeB I get a larger motor
I bo^*> to rum* ba/k to Kauaaa aod
fiuisb wbat a aerie* of miabapa now
baa eauaed toe to abaLfidcB."
New Babies Are
Born Every Day
BLT THIS IS AN OLD COMPANY
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.
DOSS «Sc SEWARD
(Sncccwoft to C. R. Dean)
LOANS AND INSURANCE
Over Shawnee Nat. Bank
FRAUD IN WIRELESS
SECRETARY KNOX TUJtS
TO UNIVERSITY GRADUATES
PRESIDENT AMD VICE PREBIDEHT j
OF TELEGRAPH COMPANY j M Philadelphia He Sa d Peace Was
the Keynote of Amerxan D*-
J. T. fiickeraon of
not, MM, roarble partiea? Noipun« j( bi'kaaba and Judg*- Y. K, of
toubf U- crw «-tbf!aratlnff or bettes rJ lf<" «<*> Mlered aa republican
for tbf eocuplexM/n. It wwld tend t/j
re4nc*4 the fl#*ab aud a<M grsu e to Ji*r j
form What an luaplrfnc *l*b .
froop of aiyliab Ja4l«^i t incafc-d In tb
faarifia'lf«K (auj*- of marbl**!
ft fa a gam*, loo, In wbk-b learned
diifnlfiwJ pr^a/bera and men1
wia* In alai^raft would find aola<< '
Wbil'- ft rnlgbt put trrlnklea In tb -
trouaera, it would amor/tb tb *tij from |
the mind and giv tbem a bij(b< r < on-1
caption ' f tbolr dutie* and powra.
Vea, yea; let ua have more marblca.
by all meana; and we heartily thank
the Warner brother for bla tlimly
*ufK"niiott. -Mmkogee Pb^-nlx.
W. F. Kvrr, writing on the political
•It nation In the Dally Ok lahoma n.
Tb«* rumor baa U-.come publb: pr >-
peny that Judge J. R A Robertaon
of ChandN-r, candidate for the d<-mo-
I cratlc nomination for governor, would
*« wtbdraw from the nu • wer - be of-
" f«r d a j^ortfollo on th< ^ at« capf*
p tai commlaalon Judge Hob< rtmm ban
^ |jif.<>r p o|il« I planned a d< v
dy onatration in bfa behalf and plana
appear to b- m^lng for a hlrlwlnd
if eampalgri. Wbat th< reanlt will be
will undoubtedly be known wltbln a
I few daya. The rumor la aaldtobave
b-o jgbt W. If Murray to Oklahoma
' f City Monday night for a conference
' with h! Ill utf-naufa Th«* wlthdi a -a al
J2/,f * Herring of K!i City and th-
JS( fumor 'on-'rnlng Robertaon hav
jJJ-plsi'wl i in v. aapeet on tbt aituatlon
l>re t'ruf. eontlnuea bla campaign
^ In the w< Ht, /rt 'Hng towns In Ilei
rlng'a aectloo and closing a aw-. p
that will cover parctlctUy fvery
county weat of the original terrlto-
SHIPPERS PREPARING TO FIGHT
The Conteat Over Railroad Freight
Ratea Will Begin When Bill
Becomes a Law.
Kansas City, June 17—Shipper* of
the Middle West, and of the Eaat a*
well, now are to prepare for the con-
tect against freight rate advances,
which is to come before the Interfttte
Commerce commlaalon a* soon as thej
railroad bill now in congress becomes j
a law Members of the traffic men's
committee of the shippers' organize
>k n are back from Washington, where
they bad a conference with member*
of the commission last Monday
^ FOR MANIPULATING THE STOCK
C' ef Ps si office Inspector Charges
That Offkia s issued Millions
stock on «OGjOOG Assets—c e^-ec
Up Over $W C.OCO— Books Se red
Ne York, Joae 17.—Presideii: WO-
son az.d Vlce>Prealdefit Bogart of the
Lusted Wireless Teiegrapb coatpacy
were aket in custody by a United
JWates n-arsbai at tbe company's office,
42 Broadway, atd aken before L'Lited
State* f.'omuiiasioLer Shie da to aasver
a charge of u.a e of tbe ssa:li The
exact nature of tbe charges aica:nst
the men «as not made public.
Tbe L'nited S ate* Wireless Tele-
graph company *as incorporated in
Maine o unify wire.ess interests. It
baa authorized $10,000,064 in common
atock and t)0,CK ■ - t in 7 per cent pre-
ferred and participating stock.
Mr Mayer, chief po^tofDce inspector,
in a statement, charges the officials of
the company with a gigan'ic stock ma-
nipulation piaii. declaring that the
stock capital of tbe company, wbo*e
assets were abojt $400,000. taii been
ir creased by an interchange of securi-
• ie« and that the price of tbe share*
had been arbl*rari!y raised to sucb
iarge amounts that *fce company at
•bis time had an apparent stock ma:
ket value of $1,400,000,000
Officers e'ean up $5^)00,000.
Mr. Mayer declare* one of the of-
ficers cleaned up $.>.000,000. He says
there are 28,000 stockholders through-
out tbe country who have placed their
money with 'he company on the rep
ptcmacy Under Present
Pfeiiadelykia, Jute 17—Secretary of
Stale Knox sounded tie keynote of
American diplomacy under the present
administration in his speech at the
commenrement exer'.se* of *_be l*ai-
versi'.y of Pennsylrafiia It waa tl e
most important utterance concern.ng
•fee American treatment of foreign af-
fairs, since be became secretary
Secretary Knox se* forth what had
been accomplished under previous ad-
ministrations and pointed bow. under
President Taft, tie traditional foreign
policy of tbe United Statea so establ-
ished, bad been carried to greater
The predominant note of American
diplomacy, he held, 1* the promotion
Df peace, both by the awjoption of this
method in the settlement of existing
disputes, and by taking tbe lead in
'.be movement of enlarging the pow-
ers of tbe international coon at The
Hague. In this latter connection.
Secretary Knox made the significant
statement that the foreign powers had
?one so far in expressing informally
their approval of bis plana for an in-
ternational court of arbitration justice
that success of the enterprise was
How About That Clean Suit?
DO yea •tar ciothii*? T«« at courae you do and I wager money,
turtles, or cbalk igairKi a doughnut, there lfl not a mac la the
oty but wta: can End from one to fire cults about hla
teat tfcit teeds cleaning anpre««lng, and In many Instance*
djeirg- The cost of Cleaning, Dyeing and Pressing la small com-
pared with a new salt and vhan 70* hare us do your work ron
will hare to be an expert to Cattsgnlsh whether it la a new or old
•fit- Caii our wagon at phone No. 225 and we will hare a man
there to care for your wanta.
CLEANING & DVE WORKS
ill East Mala. Th.Hf Hi.
Prof. Kubn's Conservatory of (Dasie
SHAWNEE, OKLA. 16 \V. 11th St. Phone 492
Teaches Piano, Violin, Cornet Trombone, Clarionet, Flute,
Drum, etc. Take Beginners and Advance Pupils. Specialty
CMdren of any age. Free Orchestra for His Scholars. Be-
ginning any Time.
v 1 u,*'..r,„ „ hwmnt/ «.iu □« company on me rep
,L ; th" "UHon of ha oBcera that It had a
bureau of tbe Omaha Commer* in] club,
waa In Kanxaa City to confer with
George T Bell, assistant transporta-
tion commiKsioner here, regarding tbe
*e of our
George Hernard Hhaw, the famous
author and playwright, who scores
the Kngilsh preae for Its snobbisb-
as on the occasion of tbe recent
death of King Edward.
For snaps, close in, vacant, see
American Realty Investment Co.,214
Mammoth iJldg. 31-tf
Vte 1 el that you arc Jutt In the notion to open an account with
ua. You need Just this one more invitation. Yesterday Is dead
and tomorrow unborn I'll do it TODAY. That's right--tliank you
ao much. We'll appreciate your account more 'ban any bank In town
$1.00 Starts an Account
Security State Bank
; learn at first hand just what was pur
j posed under the agreement between
| tbe president and tbe railroad officials.
MAY AVOID THE RULES FIGHT
The Discontented Ones in the House
M«y be placated by Concessions
by the Committee.
Washington, June 17.—The project-
<■<1 fight on the rules which waa ex-
IwHxd to take place In the hou«f next
week may be a v oided by concessions
on tie part of the rules committee.
After a lirely session In which the ad-
Vliablllry of reporting a rule based
on 'hat proposed by tbe majority lead
er, Champ Clark, was freely dlsrussed,
the committee adjourned to meet laicr
in the day to decide the question.
Mr Clark's proposed amendment to
the rules would make It possible for
one member of the house to give
notice that he would demand th* dis-
charge of a committee.
Afier a week had elapsed such I
motion would be In order any Mon
day sfter the completion of the unenl
1 mou e consent calendar.
MUST FIRST GET THE MONEY
j Financial Conditions Imposed on New
Orleans and Ssn Francisco
! Washington, June 17.—Both San
! Francisco and New Orleans must raise
j $7,500,000 before they can hope to re
| '-elvo government Indorsenn-nt for
| their exposition In celebration of the
completion of the i'anama canal. The
I house committee on foreign affairs dc
| elded not to Invite foreign nations to
participate until theie conditions were
I 'omplled with
surplus of nearly 17.000,000, when, as
a matter of fact, the company was fail-
ing to make l*s operating expenses.
Mr Mayer further states that the In-
side '/fllcer. of the company were
| privileged to sell their stock while out-
to | siders were required :o accept stock
Oas In Leflore County, Oklahoma.
I'oteau, Ok , June 17.—Gas It, pay.
In* quantities ha* been found In le-
flore i-ounty. it Is predicted that the
new field will provide the leading cltlei
of Arkansa. In case constitutional llm
I tai Ions against piping gas out of th*
state are removed.
THE NKW8, THREE MONTHS, 11.00.
certlflcates s'amped "not transferable
until February 11, 1911."
In addi'ion to arresting President
Wilson and Vice-President Hogart,
Postofllce Inspector O'Brien seised tbe
books and papers of the wireless com-
pany as evidence in the cane.
JUSTICE MOODY TO RETIRE SOON
Bills Have Been Introduced in Both
Houses of Congress to Give
Him Full Pay.
Washington, June 17.—Bills were in-
troduced in both houses for the retire-
ment of Justice Moody of Ma sachu-
nett*. The proposition i* to retire him
upon full pay Sena or Lodge fathered
the senate bill, and Representative
Gillette that In the house.
It Is understood that Justice Moody
has at last con sen ed to retirement.
That consent was slven reluctantly,
for It meant that thereby the Justice,
whs ia a comparatively young man,
had to acknowledge to himself that
his health has so far given way that
there is little likelihood of bis ever
being able to take up his duties again
He has been off the bench now for
nearly two years.
It i« expected tha.* the retirement
bill will pahh at this session, for it is
the desire of the president that there
shall be full court to consider tbe
corporation tax, the Standard Oil and
the tobacco trust cases when they are
reargued this fall.
Haskell Case in September.
McAlester, Ok.. June 17.—Judge
Campbell in the toderal court set the
trial of the Muskogee town lot cases
in whldh Haskell Is one of tbe de-
fendants for September 26 Judge
Marshall of Utah will preside at the
Went to Priaon and Got Parol.
Jefferaon City, Mo., June 17.—Wiley
Gravette, marshal of Cardwell, Dunk
)ln oounty, Mo, voluntarily came to
Jefferson City to begin a two-year
term In the penitentiary for felonious
assault, but was paroled by Gov Had-
lay, and directed to return home.
THE RECEPTION PLANS CHANGED j
Organizations Will Line Broadway ,
Curb on 8aturday to Greet
New York, June 17—The Roosevelt !
pageant on Sa;ur lay is constructed ol '
itirply new lines.
For tbe first time in tbe history of
e United States th.- guest of honor,
stead of being followed by as many !
marchers as can be assembled, will i
ride through organna'iona which are
to line the curb.
Tbe plan has been copied from that
observed at the recent ceremonies at-
tending the funeral of the king of
While barely 3.000 troops, police and
dlgltarie*. with two bands are to pre-
cede and come af er the former presi-
dent, the reception committee esti-
mates that 25,000 "curb liners'* will
greet him as he passes up Fifth
When Col. Roosevelt lands at the
Battery he will be escorted to tbe
stand there, at which brief exercises
will be held.
Gold Silver Copper
We have aH kinds of money to lean
en farm property. Our terms are
easy, yonr payments light.
Geo. E. McKinnis Co.
U0 m. oman at*.
the news, three months. 91.00
PREPARING FOR ADJOURNMENT
Senators and Representatives Hold
Conference to Agree on a
Washington, June 17.—Afler a day
of conferences among Senators and
Kepresentatlves, the regulars and
Uemocrats agreed upon a tentative
agreement which may hasten an ad-
journment of congress The plan out-
To take up the railroad conference
report arid dispose of it as soon as
certain brief speeches have been
To follow with statehood for Arizona
and New Mexico and consider the
measure until a vote Is reached.
Then to bring forward the postal
savings bank bill and after debate ac-
cept the house substitute.
Whether the house will accept the
senate statehood bill has not been de-
termined, but the president will exert
all bis Influence to have that course
followed. The statehood bill become
the unfinished business before the sen
Campaigning on Horseback.
Lee'a Summit, Mo., June 17.—Judge
J. D Shewalter of Independence, Mo
who Is campaigning the state on
horseback for the nomination for
t'r.lted States senator, arrived here
and spoke for an hour on the main
street of the town. He left shortly
after for Pleassnt Hill. The Judge
rode a black horse, with saddle bags,
raincoat and umbrella tied behind th«
THE NEWS, THHEf. M0NTH8, $1.00.
Cook With Gas
Let us make your kitchen
Latest patterns just received
Shawnee Gas & Electric Co.
Phone 146 130 N. Broadway
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