The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 89, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 10, 1909 Page: 1 of 8
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GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA AUGUST, 10 1 909,
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Priests were and Nuns' Bodies Mutilated by Anarchists
OKLAHOMA CITY CROWD
NOW FIGHTING FOR TIME
' IN DISTRICT COURT.
SMOOTH LOT GAME
Leo Meyers Must Fight Game
With Lone Hand—Representa-
tives of Other Cities in Gvthrie
Anxious to Assist in Fight for
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W, A. Led better, Bll! Cross, I
Mey< n, and t bi I >■> a I oma Clj peii
late crowd. i>. ti-; w.ing for ti?iV ano i
now . !<imB r<>r nn extension of time
Which pi. fn< the Ok!: lioirm City
J f tht; Graft. ci1 proposition, u ti ii
covered by what Is legally c ^scd
fon' clved in His mind- of
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■RAJ^SLO J>£ GTSACIA., BAR^-E t(ONA drXURCHnaS WK£!
worst the >
In wus th
seventy ytars. The trouble began';wi ti
the general strike. intended to bo
peaceful manifestation. Tien anarchist
a SIK-Eret in vke crEjrrPtE or .ae.TaciEX/ar<tA.
LOVE WINS ALL 100 BUSHELS PER Man Who Carried Message 'MEANS BUSINESS
CHAPMAN ON ANXIOUS SEAT PRISONERS RAISE CORN.
Commissioner McAlester Reaches Crop Now Maturing on Federal Needed ijo Doctor in Except in i'ic Last
City, who J
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bf br given
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a dd - V
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v u hat •
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tht llmt Ih
tc- . right t
ar in tho
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he d«" s not
in good pa
Htate as rr
' havr br
with the Ok
a City pet
abi em ft
and will nc
ie taken i
ti... 84 i v t
It is slyl
li'nted t! ;• t the actl^
ng to a
as Pimply « inn
vo to ti
U|t the isf
there i« ;
that the (mentions which Mr. Meyei
endeavors to evade will be brought i;
in the district court. *
Committees from a number of cities i
the State were in Guthrie yesterday, a
nnxious to hear any part of the. expens
CONTINUED ON PAGE 2. COLUMN
o Napoleon Dies at 109
TIRED TRAVEL-WORN G. A. R,
MEMBERS SEEK LODG-
CAMP FIRES, ADDRESSES.
Martial Music Fills the Air a>id
Marchers the Streets Deleffsu
tions Email From South of Ma-
son and Dixon Line—Van Sant
and Ketchum for Commander.
'ears of His Lonff
Guthrie and Talks With Com- Penitentiary Farm Promises to
missioned "Jack"—Looks Like Ereak the Season's Record for
W:\tsonIsCastonDesertIsland.' Kansas—Canning Tomatoes for
Will Settle Case loday.
need thai •
s having i
y yesterday aftern
■ having fur
n and af
onferenoo lie and Commissi*
• o off arm in arm while
• )o i ms to the outside
an oppoi -
that there was i
secretary of the
of authority that Mr. Chapman will
be retained as secretary of the com
sion. although there may be a pa
compromise andJjje be given some <
position with the "board.
GETS CITIZENSHIP PARDON
Governor Haskell yesterday issue
citizenship pardon to Jasper If antes
up from Comanche county
complicity m stealing Homestlc anin
ills term will expire within the
Tlu (.irn which
d that unli-
struck the* i
Life, pud Then Death Come? from a F?!l Leonard Boeder
Had No Set Rules for Longevity Smoked 100 Years.
We planted bin
and it is the'fii
corn 1 have
link we have
u con from .1.
■orn raiser, and
better seed this
Sach stalk has
tain Valley & plains, Says Con-
struction Work Between Guth-
rie and Cimarron. New Mexico,
Will Begin in GO Days.
CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 COLUMN 3
1 think tii«
Each Van c>
■ill have thai
Don't Fail to Secure Ballots
SALT LAKE CITY, Aug 9.—Tho first
da of the forty-third national encamp*
ment of tho Grand Army of the Repul lie
found thirty thousand veterans and vis-
itors quartered In this city with the pros,
pr i of hnvnti their numbe-* 'yiceasei tn
flftv thousand by Wednesday morning.
AT day trains continued to arrive and
assengprs re . . «*•,-<*j t* *4e
p! . r s nnd soon tnereafter ! • h
oM-il. r>rum and flff corps in.
S|Mniiager W,u.;unaki\- of Moun- .1 ti. • «iwi m the a 1 toui
hp-'lqunrtor« hands furnished mart'al
mrs-ic. Many belated trains arrived to..
nip! t and the pr^lom of caring for thHr
passengers %vas serious.
\'• ^ere tired and travel ^r-ofu aod
m i :i restlessness u-n displayed whlla
ATcaiting the search for lodgings. *
Of the fourteen past commanders-in-
chief row living, fir • are in attendance,
Th<-v ire General fl R Rurdett, of
Washington. T). C ; Rli Torrance, of
Mlnnennolh . John n King, of Baltimore;
Corporal James Tnnnrr, of Washington,
D. <• . and General < harle G. F.urton.
of Nevada. Mo.
A reception m "honor of Commander-ft<
Phief \e\-iii" and tho officers of hi 4
ptnft' was given hv the Woman's Relief
Corp* tonlurht at the roonn of the com -
mcrcal |iih. Three thousand'
At th- irmorv and assembly hall bulld-
Inrs wore held ramp fires which wcr#t
odflrosned by Cammander-in <"hlef Ne-
\iiis. 9enior Commander-fn.Chief J. K.
Kent Hamilton, rant Commander-in.
Chiefs Charles f? Burton and TM Tor-
rance Mrs. Mary K. Gllman. National
President of the Woman's Relief o>rps.
ind C^endieve i,oncrfi«-ld Line, nation, i*
president of the l.id'cr of the r*. f, TT
CONTINUED ON PAGE 7, COLUMN 1
GREAT CEREAL CROP.
WASHINGTON. Aug. 9. —Tills yea
ereal crop wiP be among the great'
ver known in the I'nited States, aeeoi
lg to the estimate contained in the A
ust wheal, corn and cereal crop repi
ssued today by the department of ag
ulture A gain of more than TOO.OM.i
lea ted. and th
Lincoln Penny Cause a Run
L/V-r WLjTi%ra AT TM.r TO GXT THE ivirw Z.J-jjcolh
NEW YORK. Aug 9 -Newsboys and
shewing gum vendors found a new busl-
8e;.'i in which they were certain of not
a cent and morally sure of making
handsome profits. A rumor that the new
l incoln cent might h- • .tiled in i.e. ause
I!v initial.-' of the designer. Victor 1'
caused a run on tho sub-treasury.
Two hundred and fifty thousand of the
neat little coppers were passed out at
the windows of the minor coin division
of the government storehouse helween
len and four o'clock. The assltant
treasurer, George S Terry, keeping the
building open .in hour later than sual
At a quarter of two o'clock some two
hundred patient walters, chiefly boys,
were in line. Orders had been given i.•
let no one have more than *1 worth, and
most ol tho requests w re far from
modest. Mr: Terry allowed the bank.-.
U hl( i, .jcnt orders for $10 worth pending
arrival ot their dela
ictlon to pi
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le Capital's cot:
nd don't fail to
Guthrie 0; Muskogee y (forteitod.)
Enid 4: Pittsburg 2.
Springfield l; Bartlesville 4.
Sapulpa 4; El Reno 3.
Slotiv < ity .1; Omaha
Denver 8; Topeka 5-
Philadelphia 7 Detroit l
New York 3; Cleveland 0,
Boston Chicago 1.
Washington 7 St. i^.uis S.
Fort Worth 1-4; Galveston 2-1.
Shreveport 1-3; Houston 33-1.
Dallas 2 San Antonio 6.
Waco-Oklahoma City, m> game
Now York 4; St. Louis 3.
Philadelphia 3. Cincinnati 0.
Pittsburg 10; Boston 1.
Brooklyn 2; Chicago 0.
Milwaukee 5; Louisville 0.
Toledo 6; St. Paul 3.
SUNDAY S RESULTS.
UKS Belied ile?
AMERICAN \SSOC! ATION.
Paul .1, Toledo :J-0.
isas City p-U, Indianapolis 4-3
Insists Thaw is Insane
Man > g
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Greer, Frank H. The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 89, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 10, 1909, newspaper, August 10, 1909; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc127396/m1/1/: accessed February 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.