The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 311, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 13, 1916 Page: 1 of 4
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THE SHAWNEE DAILY NEWS-HERALD
REGULAR AFTERNOON ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORTS, EXCLUSIVE IN POTTAWATOMIE COUNTY.
SHAWNEE, OKLAHOMA, TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 13. 1!>1G
IS DEALT TO
Three Lady Delegates Trying to Pick a Winner
By Associated Press.
Field Headquarters of General
ershing, June 13.—The finishing
blow was given the largest surviving
band of Villa followers in Chihuahua
at day light June 9th, by twenty men
of the Thirteenth Cavalry under Capt.
Rethorz, in a dashing fight in a can
The Americans routed twenty-five
Villa bandits,, killing three and
wounding several, and capturing all
► their horses, saddles and ammunition.
Hy Associated Press.
West Point, June 13.—Pres. Wilson,
making his first address since the
presidential campaign began, dis-
cussed preparedness, militarism,
Americanism, the causes of the war
in Europe, peace, the Monroe Doc-
yon twenty miles north of Santa trine, •'divided allegiance'' and the
Clara near here.' The Americans ideals of America. He declared it is
the present imperative duty of the
United States to be prepared, adding:
"Mankind is going to know that when
America speaks she means what she
says. The United States should not
be a blustering nation, a nation with
a 'chip on its shoulder,' but a calm
nation, which will withhold its hands
as long as possible and strike only for
Carranza .Men Aid.
By Associated Press.
San Antonio, Tev., June 13.—One of
the three Mexican bandies killed Mon-
day in the chase of outlaws who raid-
ed the T. A. Coleman ranch north-
west of Laredo, Sunday morning,
wore a Carranza uniform bearing the
Insignia of a Carranza lieutenant col-
onel, according to a message received
here Monday night. One of the ban-
dies taken prisoner identified the body
at Webb, Texas, Monday afternoon, as
Lieutenant Colonel Villareal of the
Cenobio Mendez, a Mexican cow-
boy, who was captured by the bandits
in the raid on the Celeman ranch,
and escaped when the Mexicans were
surprised attempting to burn the
bridge on the International & Great-
Northern railroad near Webb, said
Monday night the bandits talked free-
ly of their purpose to burn the bridge
and wreck a train, after which they
intended killing and robbing the pas-
sengers. At Encinal. Just east of
Laredo, the bandits, according to
Mendez, permitted him to write a
farewell letter to his wife, the ban-
dits having previously stated their in-
tention of killing him. The letter was
given to Villareal, who promised to
deliver it to Mendez's wife. This let-
ter was found on the bandit's body
identified as that of Villareal.
Deputy Sheriff Dolores of Laredo
headed the posse which intercepted
the bandies at the bridge and it was
one of the deputy's shots which kill-
ed Villareal, according to reports
here. Villareal and his band fought
desperately, and only tried to escape
when their leader had been killed.
Two other Mexicans were killed be-
fore the bandits retreated.
American soldiers are stationed at
Webb Monday night owing to fears
the town will be attacked by mandits
in revenge for the killing of their
Support for l)e La ltosa.
Army officers here are convinced
that Louis De Le Rosa has secured
from certain Officers in Carranza's
army promises of support in any bor-
der warfare that he may begin
against Americans. Agents of the de-
partment of justice and o( the state
department have sent to Washington
and to army headquarters here evi-
dence that is regarded by officers here
as reliable that De La Rosa has been
assured that he will be unmolested by
de facto government troops and from
at least one general officer of Car-
ranza's army, the promise of active
Not all Carranza's officers are said
to be in the plot and General Funston
credited General Ricaut with all sin-
cerity when he told General Mann at
Laredo that he would make the bor-
der as to prevent if possible any raid-
ng by De La Rosa or other bandit
lteport of Arrest Net Continued.
By Associated Press.
New York, June 13.—Candidate
Hughes in response to questions re-
garding his attitude towards the sup-
port offered him by the German-
Americans, said it was "one of un-
1 stated my position very clearly
in my telegram to the convention. My
attitude is one of undivided Amer-
icanism, and, anybody that supports
me is supporting am out and out
American and out and out policy of
absolutely nothing else," said Hughes.
By Associated Press.
Kansas City, June 13.—Charles
Messer, wanted for the murder of
Ernest Pitts, a tailor, who was
slashed to death in a barber chair
May 3, has been arrested at St.
COLONEL DISCUSSES ECTURE
PLANS WITH I PBOURESSIVES
The postmaster today received the
following flood warning from J. P.
Slaughter, section director of the U.
S. Weather Bureau, at Oklahoma
"The North Canadian flood waters
will reach Shawnee Wednesday night
or Thursday. They will be one foot
or more higher than in June last
By Associated Press.
St. Louis, June 13.—Senator Owen
announced he would appear before
the resolutions committee in behalf of
woman's suffrage. "The federal gov-
ernment," said he, "now has the power
to bestow suffrage on women in all
federal erections which include the
selection of president and members
mgress. 1 believe this not only
year by Friday. Please notify the ahou|d ,)0 do b|U the womeo Btlould
city and county officials, and give be glven the tamo r|ght8 a8 men ,n
Last year at its highest stage the
Canadian ran Into the low bottoms*
A foot higher than this would flood
considerable iarm land in the first
HACK DRIVERS WAR
AT FEVER HEAT
X MRS.A881E t-KRBS AW MRS. CORNELIUS COLE
Oyster Bay, N. Y., June 13.—Col-
onel Theodore Roosevelt was visited
at his home at Sagamore Hill Mon-
day by Jas. R. Garfield and Dean Wm.
Draper Lewis. According to his sec-
retary, John W. McGrath, who return-
ed from Chicago, the colonel "had a
full and frank discussion" witli Mr.
Garfield and Dean Lewis "as to what I
he intends to say" with regard to the |
political situation and "the time he
should say it."
Neither of the visitors would make
any statement after their interview
with Colonel Roosevelt.
Gifford IMnchot and Wm Loeb. Jr.,
called at Sagamore Hill Monday
night. They were closeted In confer-
ence with Colonel Roosevelt for some
time but no intimation of their plans
Rock Creek township officials are
still at work on the Highland road
east of Shawnee, and are making good
progress. The road will be improved
clear to the Seminole county line,
with the aid of the Shawnee uto Club,
with the aid of the Shawnee Auto club
This photograph shows
pible a woman, or rather
it Is pos-1 publican convention as a fully ac-
Gf credited delegate from Montana; Mrs.
Abble E. Krebs of San Francisco and
three women, may chaase the next Mrg Corneliu3 Cole of Los Angeles
president of the United States. Mrs. jiati fUn voting power from the re-
Prank Lusk sit In the national re- , publicans of California. There might
have been just 494 delegates for one
candidate for the presidential nom-
ination. So one of the ladies would
thus have had a chance to pick the
candidate and maybe the next presi-
sd to se<
and would bo
Marshall named unau-
FLAG DAY WILL
The following is the Flag Day pro-
gram announced by the committee for
Assemble at the City Hall at 9 a.
m., form in line of march. Parade at
Marshal of the Day.
Representatives of the States.
Camp Fire Girls.
Spanish War Veterans.
G. A. R. Post.
W. R. C.
Line of march: From City Hall west
to Beard street, soutli on Beard street
to Main, east on Main to Oklahoma,
then back on Main from Oklahoma to
The report that De La Rosa has been (ownghjp officials by furnishing them \ Broadway, north on Broadway to City
arrested at Monterey had not been
several hundred dollars toward the "all, where a short program will be
confirmed Monday night. He has been wori^
entering and leaving Monterey with
apparent immunity for some time and
army officers here have taken as an
indication that only feeble efforts
were being made to capture him.
It is feared that De La Rosa's plan
of campaign might include the dis-
patching of bands of such small num-
bers that running them down would
be more difficult than if larger units
were employed. From Brownsville to
NEGROES TO FIGHT
Music by Band.
Ten minute talk by Rev. J. Herron
"Star Spangled Banner," by Band.
Salute of Flag at the roll of the
The young ladies to represent *be
various states will meet at Conven-
tion Hall In time to secure their badg
Richard Hoskins and H. Wilson,
points in the Big Bend district Amer- oklahoma City negroes, were arrest- j es before the parade starts. Sma
lean soldiers now are patrolling the e(j at tjl(3 island station Monday Hags will be supplied to those who
Rio Grande to prevent the crossing of 0Vening by Night Chief Spann and participate in the parade.
other raiders but the military fence is patrolman Gentry, and charged with At the KIks I lull.
far from tight and General Funston s loitering. Thev claim that they had Hon S. P. 1* reeling, attorney gen
Insistence that he be given more purcha8e(i tickets to Oklahoma City.! oral of Oklahoma, will be the prin
troops will not, it was stated Monday have employed counsel and will fight cipal speaker at the Hag Day exer-
night, be lessened by the sending of their case8/ cises at the Elks Club Wednesday
1,000 more coast artillerymen and a The men jia(j with them three coats, | evening. The public is invited to the
battalion of engineers. i equipped around the inside with a, exercises.
The coast*artillerymen that have serleH of large cloth pockets, of the, nkna' vi.n (,ntIlI,_.v
been ordered 1 ere will be sent mime- rlght sizc t0 carry a quart bottle. It I ARSOV^ I OK < O.M.MII lhK.n \>.
diately to border stations but to just is an arrangenient that lias not here- liy Associated tress.
With the return of Josh Keeves
from Chicago and Ft. Wayne, Ind., an-
nouncement is made that the Reeves'
Manufacturing Co. will open a furni-
ftire factory here not'later than Aug.
15, with an initial payroll of 20 men.
Mr. Reeves has been north to pur-
chase machinery for the factory, all
of which was secured.
The Reeves Manufacturing Co. was
recently incorporated for $25,000,
with the following officers: President,
Geo. H. Kerfoot, president The Mam-
moth Department Store; vice presi-
dent, F. M. Cunyus, furniture sales-
man; treasurer, H. T. Douglas, pres-
ident Shawnee National liank; secre-
tary-manager, Josh Reeves.
The new factory will manufacture
kitchen cabinets, safes, cupboards,
tables of all kinds, medium to fine,
By Associated Press.
Paris, June 13.—German troops re-
newed their attack over the whole
section of the Verdun front west of
Thiamont Farm. They succeeded in
entering the advanced trenches on the
eastern slope of Hill 321, west of the
Wilson I'rges .Marshall.
By Associated Press.
St. ouis, June 13.—It Is said the
democratic platform will give suf-
frage no stronger endorsement than
the republicans, as it is felt that few
states In which women are enfran-
chised are democratic, while in the
south the negro women's vote would
be a big problem.
The convention will open at noon
tomorrow. There is dlcusslon among
delegates as to whether Marshall will
The hack drivers' war is at fever be nominated hy acclamation or
heat just now, Mr. Dillon taking the whether the favorite sons" will ill-
position that his men can take any "1st upon their names going before
stands at the depots they can get into i the convention. It is understood the
ti,St His men have been arrested 1 president has sent word with Secre-
several times, and he states that he tary Baker that he regarded Indiana
ill have the law fairly tried out, tolas an important battleground in the
the end that It may he determined for i coming campaign,
all timo Just what the rights of the | P'
and the railroads to regulate the imousiy.
stands of hacks at the depots are. J
The present war started when Mr.
Dillon claimed that he had been dis-
criminated against in the assignment
of stands at the Santa Fe depot. This
resulted in his ordering hlB drivers
to take tho first stand at any of tho | correspondent, and don t
depots when they arrived there first.
J^s fast as they are ari--..-, . ^ate, [ wm nnt
Ion furnishes it , wi.0i8 as an alternate from Nebraska, nor
will shortly be a trial ot tne wnoie
matter The city ordinance govern- accept a proxy from any other state,
ing hack stands is as follows:
"Section 1. That the station agents
of the several railroads owning, op-
erating and maintaining, • * * pas-
senger station in the City of Shaw-
nee, be and they are hereby required
to designate stands for omnibuses,
cabs, carriages and other vehicles, at
and along such parts and portions of
the platforms * * * as shall be as-
signed for the approach of such ve-
hicles to said passenger depots and
platforms, for the purpose of receiv-
ing and leaving passengers and bag-
gage, and shall designate said stands
By Associated Press.
St. Louis, Juno 13.—Bryan arrived
today and Issued the following: "I
have come to the convention as a
t to take any official part. Hav-
arrested Mr. Dll- iinK been defeated for delegate in my
1 T —* —ept a seat
OF TURIN ESTATE
In the caso in the county court
wherein Mrs. W. H. Turley of Arkan-
. sas opposed the issuance of letters of
in such way as to Rive the persons, or | administration to the brothers and
firms, owning and operating bus, can i Hjst(,rs of tha la(e w H Turley ot
By Associated Press.
Paris, June 13?—A Salonikl dls-
pfttch says the allied fleets are bom-
barding the southern Bulgarian coast
from Port Lagos to Dedeaghatch.
SUI t KSSH'L AIK KA1I>.
By Associated Press.
Berlin, June 13.—A squadron of
Austrian aeroplanes attacked Venice
Sunday night. It is officially an-
nounced the raid was successful.
and hack lines for tho transportation
of passengers and baggage, as nearly
equal facilities as possible for the
dispatch of their several business of
transportation of passengers and bag-
"Sec. 2. That said station agents
shall after said stands have been des-
ignated and numbered, * * designate
and assign to each person, or firm,
McLoud, the court after a prolonged
hearing held against Mrs. Turley, and
the letters were issued as prayed for.
The court held that the W. H. Turley
whom the objector married in 1881
was not the W. H. Turley who died
some months ago at McLoud.
The brothers and sisters of the de-
ceased introduced evidence to show
— - _ . .that W. H. Turley had been continn-
the stand, or stands, for his, or its, l ut,Jy Jn Pettug Co from 1876 until
omnibus, cab, hack, or other veil c e,• J1891, being absent for not more than
and such station agents shall no i y ^ week or two at a time during that
each person, or firm in writing ot perjo(J ThIg ftn(1 other evidence tend-
the assignment of said stands, ana it (i(J tQ convinct the court that Mrs.
is hereby made the duty of the own- Turley was mlBtaken in identifying
! the deceased as her husband.
R. Slrkosky. traveling freight
| agent, and O. C. Thomas, commercial
| agent, both of the M. K. & T. at Okla-
homa City, were Shawnee visitors to-
' day. .
ers and drivers of all omnibuses, cabs,
hacks, carriages or other vehicles, to
occupy the stand assigned to him,.or
it, for his, or its omnibus, cab, hack,
carriage or other vehicle, and to re- 1
train from occupying, or attempting
to occupy the stand assigned to an-
"Sec. 3. It Is hereby made the duty or vociferous noise in soliciting busi-
of each owner, or driver of any * * * ness at railway stations and each
vehicle used tor the transportation of' hotel runner, cab or carriage driver
persons and baggage, to and from the shall wear a metal badge to be fur-
several railroad stations in the City nished by City Clerk for the sum of
of Shawnee, In placing his * * ♦ ve- one dollar ($1.00.)
hide, at or near the station platform "Sec. 5. That it is hereby declared
for the convenience of passengers a misdemeanor for the owner, or
* * * or for loading or unloading driver, of any * ♦ * vehicle, used in
baggage, to refrain from trespassing delivering to, or receiving at the sev-
upon the space assigned to any other erai railroad stations in Shawnee pas-
* * ♦ vehicle or racing, or driving at sengers, or baggage, to violate any
an unusual rate of speed when near ()f the provisions of Section Two (2)
said platform. and Three (3) of this ordinance, and
"Sec. 4. It shall be unlawful for ,ip0n conviction thereof may be fined
any hotel runner, or owner or driver jn any 8Uni not exceeding the sum of
of any • * * vehicle, while passen- jqVe ($5.00) Dollars or more than Ten
gers are alighting from passenger ($10.00) Dollars, or imprisoned for a
trains to solicit business near than period of not less than one day, and
three feet from the outer edge of the not to exceed ten days, or both such
what points has not been determined. tofore come under the notice of the
The engineering force probably will pouce
be stationed in the vicinity of one or
more of the bridges crossing the Rio pate ln a maS8ineeting that had been
Chicago, June 13.—Herbert Par-
sons, committeeman from New York,
will probably be selected as chair-
man of the republican national com-
called there to protest against the tnlttee to direct Hughes' campaign,
"intrigues of the White House" and ,
to display their loyalty in the event;
P. O. Kiecher will leave this even-
Passengers coming from Mexico re-
icanism, especially . ... . T iRPnr«
part of the republic. Official sane- , phillp C. Hanna at Monterey and J. . sente
tion has been secured for holding the R. Silliman at Saltlllo are the only
anti-American meetings that have remaining American consular offlc-
taken place in many towns. A copy ers at Interior points in Mexico. ♦
of La Reforma, published at Saltlllo, Those who were ordered
leached here Monday in which four Chihuahua, Durango and Aguas
columns were used to explain why all llentes, and other points | lB8Ue
residents of the place should partici- have not yet been notified to_ return. ♦ ♦
KITCIIt M It MKHOItlAI,.
Ily tssorlaled Press.
London, June 13.—Great crowds
lined the streets in the vicinity of St.
all kinds of porch furniture, and later j I'aul's Cathedral and stood for hours
probably chairs and bedroom suites. | in the rain waiting the arrival of the
Mr. Heeves has been manufacturing king and queen for the memorial ser-
swings and porch furniture for the vices for ord Kitchener. The church
past three years, and has built up a ; was so crowded many couldn't enter.
fine trade, especially in Texas. j ^
A force of 20 men will be used at, (1. 0. I . MEETING.
the start, a number ot them being i The republican nominating conven-
skilled workmen. The factory will tion will be held at Teeumseli Wed-1^ t„" n^ke ,ny local ^
operate night and day from the be- nesday afternoon. At this convention
ginning. The warehouse opposite the ' Hie names of the republican county
Santa Fe freight depot, 78x140 feet, candidates to be voted on in the pri-
will be occupied. Additional ground j niary and general elections will be de-
has been secured, so that additional termined.
factory room can be provided as nec-
essary. TO RETAIN CONHECTION.
The success of this factory from It is a fact not generally known
the start is assured, as there Is al- that the Shawnee high school is on
ready a great demand for its output. | the co-operative list of the Chicago
It Is the kind of a factory, too, that University, and has been for several
has a possibility of almost unlimited years. This means that the Shawnee
growth. Good men are behind the high school credits are accepted
concern, and no effort to develop it wherever the university Is accredited.
Into a great industry will be spared. |—in other words, practically any-
— 1 where in the world,—a high school
DEATH OK REV. J. M. DI'NN. student is given each year a scholar-
Rev. J. M. Dunn, father of Hon. W. ship In the university and high school
Passengers exun g difficulties 0f hostilities between Mexico and the i"B a ten day!? trip to New York;K Dunn this afternoon at 2:30 teachers are given half tuition in the
"r i T VnH a BrowlnB antl-Ariier-! UnU^ State. La Reforma is regard- ('lty. Mr. J. O. Fltterer will have 10.cl0ck at htg home m the Rose Gar- summer school. It Is to maintain this
"an sm especially In the northernled as a'semi-official newspaper. |<*arge of the services during his ab- ,len Addition, aged 83 years, afjera standing that Supt. Faust is going to
Lanisni, especially __ n(j j. sence. I long illness. Funeral services will be the university this summer. There
only [ —i | held Wednesday afternoon, either at will also be four or five high school
offlc- ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦•♦♦♦■♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ | the residence or at the First M. E. teachers there.
exlco. > WEATHER ♦, Church, South. A proper notice of
out from ♦ New Orleans .July 13.—For ♦ Uhe distinguished career of Mr. Dunn Senator rhas. F. flarrett was over
Ca- ♦ Oklahoma: Tonight and Wed- ♦ as a citizen, patriot, soldier and mln- from Oklahoma City today He sold
subse-: his mother's place at 237 South Eden
'to Otto Williams.
THE TAX BOOKS
City of Shawnee
Will be at the
NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE
From Junr tilth to the 15th inclusive, during
which time the last hall ot 1915 taxes may
GEO. K. HUNTER,
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