The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 221, Ed. 1 Monday, April 8, 1912 Page: 2 of 8
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THE SMART SET HAS PLACED
ITS SEAL OF APPROVAL 0\
THE SILK STOCKINGS, WITH
THE STYLE, WEAK AM) FIT
Coles Phillips, the famous New York artist, has said woman
must lavish most of her attention on the shoes and stockings that
drees her feet.
He is right. No woman )f today can afford to wear Ill-fitting
■hoes and shoddy stockings, and no shoes, however expensive, look
well over a flimsy, cheap looking hose.
Are woven of heavy pure silk, are exceptionally long, with rein-
forced heel, sole and toe and double knit garter top. They have
all the durality of the old time lisle combined with the beauty of
the silk. In their weaving the greatest of care has been tak3n,
with the result that there Is nc unseemly bagging at the ankle or
SOCIETY STOCKINGS look their part—they are fine, sleek and
SOCIETY HOSIERY Is not on sale at the shops, but must be
purchased from us direct by mail. In this waj we eliminate
the dealer's profit, greatly reducing the cost to you and also pre-
vent the substitution of an 'nierlor grade of hose.
These stockings positively will not run; they come In all colors
and will be sent by mall to anyaddress, all charges prepaid. If on
Inspection you are no', satlsflod-you to be the sole Judge—your
money In rull will be refunded.
Special prices to Introduce our Society Silk Hosiery good for
ten days only.
SHAWNEE news herald
Gently but Thoroughly Cleanse Your
Liver, Stomach and Bowels and
You Feel Grtat by Morning,
\ ou're bilious, you have a throb
„ I bi"K sensatlon In your head, a bad
I he first of what is believed to be I ta te In your month, your eyes burn
a series of individual suits restrain-1 your skin is yellow, with dark rings
TCCI MM II MEN CHARGE THAl'l
STATE ASSESSMENT WAS
No. 1—Regular 75c quality.
Four pairs for $2.00
No. 8—Regular $1.00 quality.
Three pairs for $2.00
No. 8—Regular $1.50 quality
Flie pairs for IMO
No. 1 — Regular. 50e. quality.
Three pairs for $1.00
No. 2 — Regular 75c quality.
Fonr pairs for ....$2.00
No. n _ Regular 00 quality.
Tkrec pairs for $2.00
Hearst Building, Sail Francisco, (a I.
Enclosed find ) Kindly send me by mail, all chargee
'repald pairs ot 7°ur Men's PURE SILK
SOCIBTY HOSE color, size
I give this order with the understanding" that you positively
,0 refund the purchase price If the hose do not prove
ntlrely satisfactory—I to be the Bole Judge.
lng the county treasurer from the col-
lection of certain taxes was filed In
<he district court Friday. John W.
Lewis and Austin It. Lewis of Tecum-
seh are the complaining witnesses.
The plaintiffs seek to restrain the
treasurer from collecting that portion
o ftho taxes of 50 per cent made by
the state equalization hoard. Incor-
l>orated In their petition It is charged
they own a piece of property the ac-
tual cash value of which Is $3800. It
was assessed for $41150. The Individ-
ual suits are brought by persons who
ire not Identified with the taxpayers'
league who have also enjoined the
treasurer from the collection of taxes
Taxes Due In June.
The collection of taxes will not be
attempted by the treasurer until after
June 1, the time taxes affected by the
state raise are due. It is hoped by
many taxpayers in event a decision is
not reached in tile supreme courtby by
that time payment of taxeB will be
prolonged, and In the Injunction suits
this makes certain no attempt to col-
lect taxes will be made, according to
the statement of several taxpayers.
under your eyes; your lips are
parched. No wonder you feel ugly,
mean and ill tempered. Your system
Is full of bile not properly passed off,
and what you need Is a cleaning up
Inside. Don't continue being a bilious
nuisance to yourself and those who
love you. and don't resort to harsh
Physics that Irritate and injure. Re-
member that every disorder of the
stomach, liver and Intestines can be
quickly cured by morning with gen-
tle, thorough Cascarets—they work
while you sleep. A 10-cent box from
your druggist will keep you and the
entire family feeling good for months
which are but current examples of a
general principle, both public and pri-
vate rights are involved. The public
bas no means of following the devel-
opment of competition therein
through succeeding years, nor have
the security holders in those corpora
tions—certainly, at least, those not
on the Inside"—any means of Judg-
ing the value of their holdings under
the novel conditions now operative.
In short, under present conditions,
"8 well as in whatever future course
may hereafter be followed, a perma
nent administrative office will be ab-
solutely necessary. The Vast"*com-
plexlty Of corporate business ai.rt Its
constantly conditions make it wholly
Impossible to enforce elective any
real system of restraint through the
The exact form or sufch an admin-
istrative office Is a matter for further
detailed consideration. The essen-
tials are permanence, expert training
administrative flexibility, effective in'
instigation, and publicity, all cover-
ing those Interstate industrial cor-
MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 8, 1912
Made from Pure, Grape
Cream of Tartar
Surpasses every other baking
powder in making delicious,
Protects the food from alum.
° uiumns. w "".cioiaic industrial cor-1 L
Children love to take Cascarets, be- porations whof e size and operations
cause they taste ennri ond .. I make them nf hmkii,
cause they taste good and never gripe
Spring is here, don't throw away
your cast away clothes I pay cash
for them. Will call. Phone Black
ID MOVES CO. 10
iLOPMENT CONCERN |\u,|
tETAIN BRANCH OFFICES
ahoma City, April .—The Gould
any, orgunized last fall for the
*e of developing certain Indus-
properties in Oklahoma and
boring states, has established Its
headquarters In the India Temple
hg in Oklahoma City. Shortly
this compeny was formed and
(red by the state its headquar-
Were established at Muskogee,
a branch office will etlll be
rles N. Gould, president of the
•ny, and other officers feave
. to Oklahoma Ctty. The or-
"ere opened Friday.
Gould resigned bis position as
)r of the Oklahoma geological
' and professor of geology at
He university in order to enter
He has associated with h1ni
ind of successful business ex
ninety such proportles are the follow-
ing: Oil fields, coal fields, asphalt
deposit*, 1,-ad and zinc deposits, salt
Plains, iron ore deposits, sites for gyp-
sum plants, granite quarries, site® for
Portland cement plants, glass and,
volcanic ash, trlpojl, niles for llme
kilns, stone crushers, sites for clay
products plants, mineral paint and
limestone quarries. The company
0 d0™ " general brokerage busi-
ness for Industrial properties.
and use Zeonzal for Eczema and
all troublesome skin eruptions- it
works marvelously and quickly. They
druggist can tell you about It
Fugitive Thought t„ |le |„ Custody.
Oklahoma City, April 6.-A man an-
swering the description of Mike
O'Brien of Oklahoma City, a fugitive
from Justice, was arrested tonight In
Birmingham. Ala., according to tele-
grams received by the county attorney.
Requisition papers were applied for at
the governor's orfice and will be grant-
— „„„ w,m mm w«<< witness at the trial
ber of men of prominence 1n tho of Kl'dolph Tegler, convicted of the
" murder of James Meadows and testi-
fied that he had seen Meadows alive
after the murder. For this testimony
O'Brien was convicted and sentenced
to serve ten years in the penitentiary.
Charters were Issued Friday, to
the following Oklahoma corporations
by Secretary of State B. F. Harri-
Blue Creek Rural Telephone com-
pany, Foyil; capital stock $376. In-
corporators, B. F. Matthews, W. C.
Skelton and J. E. Laffety, all of
The Bromide Mining and Milling
company, Bromide; capital stock $10,-
000. Incoprorators, F. C. Woodworth,
J. W. Lee and L. A. Hall, all pf
The Strango Hardware company
Lone Wolf; capital stock $10,00(1. In
corporators, C. H. Strange, Lone
Wolf; A. J. Strange and S. E.
The Phoenix Coal company, McAl-
ester; capital stock $30,000. Incor-
porators, W. E. Halley, Robert N
McMillan and Kent V. Gray, all of
Sapulpa Lumber company, Sapulpa;
capital stock *10,000. Incorporators.
Edwnrd Brln, Samuel Brln, Terrell,
Texas; Max Meyer and Monie Sim-
The Independent Mining company,
Troy; capital stock $75,000. Incor-
porators, T. A. Burnett, W. B. WI1113,
Madill; O. L. Watterson. Cliff; H
Chownlng. Madill; Cash Blackburn,
company Is undertaking the de-
lent of a number of Industrial
ties which Dr. Gould has dis-
d during his seventeen years'
nee as geologist. Among soma
v . TIIF. iiiAMOMt
Put* End to Bad Habit.
Things never look bright to on
with "the blues." Ten to one the
trouble Is a sluggish liver, filling th*
system with billlous poison, that Dr.
King's New Life Pills would exp.il
Try them. Let the Joy of better
feelings end "the blues." Best for
stomach, liver and kidneys. 25c. All
Home at a Bargain
Dandy 4 room cottage, plastered, newly papered and painted,
>l<w>U, One well with cement casing, 50 foot, east front lot
tted In Hoffman Addition near Catholic Church, car line, and
Un half block from paved street This is an exceptional bar-
l In a nice little home. Let me show you.
-.E. Easier wood
" K. BDWV.
Western Business College.
Miss Dovie Brashear has enrolled
for the combined course.
Miss Stella Wood enrolled for the
shorthand and typewriting course.
Karl Dawkins, a former stulf?nt, has
returned to school to complete his
Charles Looney of Weleetka, Okla.,
has enrolled for the bookkeeping
Clyde Henson, a former student,
has returned for a short review in
Messrs. Paul Sikora, of Seminole,
Okla., N. E. Tlcer of Tribbey, Okla.,
and John Haley of Prague, Okla.,
students of the Indianola Business
College of Tecumseh, Okla., have
enrolled to complete their bookkeep-
Leslie Zieglar of Prague, Okla., has
returned to school for a short review
Miss Agnes Walla has accepted «
'ositlon with the Cowan & Knapp
Paint & Paper Co., as bookkeeper
Mrs. Copaugh was a visitor at the
college this week.
Miss Alice Wilson is spending a
few days with her parents at Paden
Joe Fleming did the best work in
the shorthand manual tills week, and
Mr. Floyd Prewitt the beBt typewrit-
ing work. The second class in dicta-
tion have improved very much dur-
ing the past week.
Master Don Cochrane was a visi-
tor Friday afternoon.
Irby Stogner of Tribbey, Okla., has
■nrc'Ied for bookkeeping.
Irby Flnuegan, who has been spend-
ing a few days with his parents at
Maud, Okla., has returned to school.
PILES CURED IN 8 TO 14 DAV8
Your druggist will refund money It
"AZO OINTMENT fall* to cure ao
ase of Itching, Blind, Bleeding o-
•rotnidlne Piles In 6 to 14 davs <n
KVB'NlNO EDITION—EIOHT PAOES
REPORT OF THE COMMIS-
SIONER OF CORPORATIONS.
Department of Commerce and Labor,
Bureau of Corporations, Washington
April 8, 1912.
Sir: The actual dissolution of two
ti'eat corporate combinations, ordered
b.v the , supreme court in the Stan-
dard Oil Co. and American Tobacco
Co. cases, has thrust forward the
whole problem of our policy toward
Industrial corporations. If it was not
P'aln before, it is certainly clear now
that the federal government must
lutvf a permanent administrative of
flee through which to supervise inter
state corporate business.
There is little dispute as to ob
iect of our corporate policy. We want
a business machinery of high effici
ency. serving the best interests of
the citizen and returning ample
ward to the ability and industry of
those who UBe I hat machinery fairly
But the means to this end are now
Two great restraints may be im
posed upon business. One is the au
tomatic regulator, competition; the
other, direct governmental interven
tion. It is indeed true that under
some conditions even fair competi
tion may result in combination. The
further question is then raised, how
far is it desirable to enforce compe-
tion by dissolving such combination?
That question, however, need not be
W liatever shall be our ultimate pol-
icy, however, whether of preserving
competition, of enforcing competition,
or of direct governmental regulation
of business operations; or whether,
as is perhaps more likely, our policy
will be a combination of these vari-
ous principles, !n any event such a
permanent administrative svstem is
a neeeesary part of it. That system
must have broad powers of Investi-
gation, taking continuous cognizance
of the operations of large industrial
corporations. Such administration is
necessary for either of the foregoing
policies described, while It docs not
exclude the others. By publicity and
supervision it will preserve competi-
tion and provide equal opportunity
b.v an expert knowledge of current
business conditions it will display the
working of competition, and the cases
iranv, where this falls to be of bene-
fit. It will always be In a position
to furnish, through Its permanent
force Of trained specialists the infor-
mation needed for legislation or reg-
ulation. It will also have the knowl-
edge and data that may be required
properly to enforce competition and
to carry out the Intent of any decree
of dissolution entered under the anti-
A convincing object lesson on the
need of such administrative svstem Is
now before us. The American To-
bacco Co. and the Standard Oil Co.
having been disintegrated, the result-
ant units are now started on a new-
career. These disintegrations have
been accomplished only after a long
litigation and at much expense. The
purpose was to benefit the public bv
a broad reform In economic condl-
'ions. And yet the country has no ef-
fective means of ascertaining how far
the desired reform will really be car-
ried out. No one can foresee the 'it-
ture of these new units in the two
great industries. !t will he purely
an economic and financial pro"°s3.
No Judicial machinery is adapted to
handle this novel problem Indeel,
the circuit court expresly refused the
suggestion of the attorney general
that the tobacco ense be kept open
for three or more years for such pur-
pose of supervision
Public Interest requires that these
two grotiph of companies and any
others In like circumstances, should
he at once obliged hy law to submit
to constant Inspection bv federal of-
f'c organized on lines simitar to those
suggested above Ir these two rases
make them of public importance.
The bureau during the past fiscal
year has been applying, within the
narrow limits possible to It, the prin-
ciples of publicity above referred to
The total appropriations for the bu-
reau for the fiscal year 1911 were
$254,200. The number of employees
on June 30, 191y, was 127.
On September 20, 1910, the bureau
published part three of its report
Mrs. Tupper Maynard Greeted by
Large Crowd Spnday Night,
Mila Tupper Maynard flf Los An-
gles lectured Sunday evening in the
city hall on "The Tmst Problem
The hall was crowded
Mrs. Maynard prophecled that the
next two decades would see a grad
ual transformation in the Industrial
transportation by water in the United T , „
States. Parts one and (w() aJ "fe of the w°rld. They will see the
published, dealt with physical elm™/ K n of democracy In Indus
-eristics of waterways! ^ T' "" °"e th*
■nent, and wa^r-borne traffic Pn J ag<meleS this great chanSe'
three took up exhaustively the ,uh' I , Am0ns other things she said: When
Ject of water terminals, pointing out fmachine Production began
the importance of the terminal is a 1 "a ? W3S lnevltab,e- The trust
vital part of an effective water trans- Zu*m" ^ qU"e SUre'y '° S°
rortation system; the striking ,i„ cli*llsn>-
Kree to which water terminals are ""f'8 hi" I'™vl<le.s that a bureau
now controlled by the railroads 11 ln,'ustries shall be created by con-
t.htural competitor of water u'pv gress t0 mana8e the acquired Indus
'be lack of any consistent policy of L ?' ^ anq,"8i"0n Bha11 be ^ «
water terminals; the dlsastro... J . a receiver for the con
.. e I joint commission of congress which
feet of the present situation
wa- rtemned plants and the appraisements
ation between the federal govern U aC'"al Phyf"C'" ValUat'°n of
ment and localities 1„ providing ter U nT*""6 propertv of the Plai>t<>
finals. This report has had vlrv a" be bv a jury °f '-elve
gratifying effect, both In lulll^ "££ aPP°in,ed ^ ^
public opinion generally on the s. b ti
Ject and in Its use in specific con 1 e.recelver is to i3aue bonds in
troversles. where it has been refer ' ''n°mlnatlona of *5n bearing interest
red to by various bodies and I . . ™ 2 per cent "er annum
by the courts, as authorita'tlv- in ^et the 8ha" 'heSe eXohanKe for
ting forth certain princlpIes of tJnjl a ^ °' *he 'rUStS' Thea
portation P llonda are to be retired in fifty
~ . years.
published "a 'summary^of' Trt ST", ^ -ry
Its report on the lumber ? Z a',,,a' W°rk °f ,hese indus'
This part deal, with the °°Uld COn"n"e 38 ,h^ to-
timber of the coCrv it ownershiP changes hands
distribution and o^' m am°Un'' eSSen"aI "lement of ""eiallsm. I,
most Important fact^T^di" H' "' ,heBP ""1us,ri" be oper-
rennr, ,? 8 shown ln the ated to secure two chief goals- th
a dom,nat,nVLtntrorofCentrati? a who wish to work
lng timber fn ! °U'' st-£"d r ,I,e fu" a^'a' Product to the
vast holdlnJ iK comparatively few workers. Unemployment and exploi
in the value of the|sere°srmOUS infr6a8r I ta"°" mU8t To emP'oy all would
unfortunate e?Lc? thIlTT'an the r 'f ,h(,SP indl,a"-ie
i"S public land nil n! h i ! WPre 0perated for the social need and
f. P one land poIlc> has had In pro- not for private greed
cn,:uch concentration. Grea, stress was laid bv the
At end of the fiscal year the Peaker on the present conditions
on theUste8|? !'"* °' "8 report Whlph arp breaking up the.home. Not
with Industry. This part dealt onl>r do^ the Insecurity of employ-
°rga"lzation. investment, "<mt Prevent marriage, but a host of
conVoL , P0Sltl0n 0f the 'argest 0,her "lis menace the home. Pros
e poration in the country, the Unit- "tution, not only sends the white
In T" feel <'or''ora,ion. It gave alave to disease and early death, but
n elaborate analysis of the relation K reads poison and danger Into mil-
dallv'crltlcl ™Pi'a'iZa"0"' and espe P'0"8 nf "«mes. Helpless women and
• erlticlsed the corporations ten- , i,dren bear the consequences of
T"?1 monopolistic control of ,he soclal vices of husbands and fa-
1] 16 8 8 of ,he Industry, particu- 'hers' 'ndustrial freedom would not
"Hill T ev|,(,enf'('d the so-called insurp moral unrlghtness for all. but
nndniv Tf " al8° Cl'ltielsed the lf would make commercialized vice
unduly high freight rates charged by 1?nthinkable.
by -women more earnestly now that
they find that the ballot can win
real good for mankind, and not be a
choice between tweedledum and
tweedledee, as in the old parties. Na-
tures great work for women has
l'orced upon her an education in un-
selfishness. She must prove herself
worthy to mother society as she has
mothered the race.
Next Sunday night Ralph Kinmgold
will speak at the same place on "So-
cialists at Work."
FRANK JAMES HAS RETIRED.
Will Not Work as Race Starter Any
More, But Will Hereafter Stick
to His Farm.
Fletcher, Okla., April 8.—Frank
bandit, who now owps a farm and
Is living upon it near here, will no
James, the once notorious Missouri
more be seen on the race tracks at
county fairs. For many years he
has been sought as the official start-
er for the races at these fairs, and
he has proven a good attraction, but
old age has come creeping on and
he has declined all offers, though he
has received many, to start the races.
James spends his winters upon the
farm here and goes back to the old
home in Missouri for the summer.
. t-UttiKeu DV
the steel corporation for carrying ore
over the corporation's ore railroads.
thin a few months after the issu-
ance of the report, the corporation
announced its Intention to cancel the
Hill lease, and also reduced by about
■' Per cent the ore rates on its north-
ern ore railroads.
At the end of the fiscal year there
were still pending, as work on hand
Investigations into the International
Harvester Co. and concentration of
aler power ownership, „s well as
continued investigations of the steel
tobacco, and lumber industries, trans
portation by water, and corporate
The bureau Is now allowed by law
to publish only 2,500 copies of a given
report in one fiscal year. This un
fortunate restriction should be
larged. The present and Increasing
demand for these reports is so great
hat the bureau's supply is frequent
IT exhausted in three or four months
and large numbers of requests must
e enied. Considering the Impor-
tance of the subject matter of these
eports, the vast amount of work in-
tY>w d 'herein, and the urgency of
the demand, the limitation of 2,500
eoples In absuredly inadeqnnte.
HERBERT KNOX SMITH,
Commissioner of Corporation.
To HON. CHARLES NAOAI,
Secretary „f Commerce and
Womans suffrage will be demanded
Getting Ready for Meeting of State
Association at Muskogee.
Muskogee, Okla., April 8.—The pre-
Iiminary announcement regarding the
program for the sixth annual reunion
of the Elks' State association to bo
held here May 9 and 10, has been
made by the committee in charge.
Two days filled with business and
rleasure are planned for the occa-
The first day will be given over to
reception and registration in the
morning, a grand band concert at
noon, a business session for delegates
only at 2 o'clock p. m. and a theatre
party at night, followed by a midnight
dry toast" at the local lodge rooms.
On the morning of the second day
a business session will be held to be
folowed Immediately after dinner by
the grand parade and an automobile
tour of the city. The "grand finale"
will take place at night at the lodge
The committee on arrangements is
composed of Dr. Leo Bennett, chair-
man: R D. Long, F-anklin Garland,
O. W. Dawson and Isa Ramsey.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine
Tablets. Druggists refund money If
it fails to cure. E. w. GROVH'S
signature is on <>ach box. 25c.
Good 10 Acre Truck and Poultry Farm
BAERN,WELKLISELTrDnaH PS; G°°D 6R°°M "SIDENCE, GOOD
PART CASH, BALANCE ON GOOD TERMS.
G^^c^WATE^'r^"' CL°SE ,N °N MARKET S^«T;
$15.00 PER MONTH 37 14 * 157' $1°° CA8H' ^ANCE
REALTY « INVESTMENT COMPANJ,
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