The Oklahoma Leader (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 24, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 30, 1918 Page: 2 of 8
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TO NEW OftTH NEXT FILL
TEMCHEHS MUST SWERR
private libraries and In th*1 schm i
libraries «t the s-ate should be col-
ler-od and that the Fourth Day ol
July would be a most suitablo time '
destroy such literature by a bonflri
with proper ceremonies."
IN WORLD IS F
a result or ar
l by the court, Isaac S Mason
l negro bahv eighteen month-
ition that American airmen were
the Am*.ri<.'an troops on this
>ry firing is
of his age
- th -oi
ig operations and ar- .
at a minimum alongj
from Switzerland to j
Activity on the Am- j
has been below nor-;
-le heir to an estate!
e than $4'V•"I thu•*
r. ago. His father, an employe of |
ti«> treasury department in Wash-;
agt u opted $12 * as his share
t the estate. There are no other
irert heirs. The rich negro child.
I DIUI T MVN
I n|; s| \ 11 \ss| MIU >
Warning, pro-Hun, is sounder
teachers of state by State Superint-
dent Wilson in tiie fallowing >"
"1 desire to call your attention t
what seems to me to b" a mat - r <
great concern to all r.i"
this time. As you well know w
discontinued the teaching of th" «;■
man language In all th" s'at"
So far as I have be* n ■ - •
there will not be a high - b<
f-tate of Oklahoma that will
German languag" when
The stats board of •
pointed a committee ' exa::..r-
report oil any tie: :uan pr ,
that may be found in any text b
now in use in the school' A*
last meeting the board
stitute for the object ionab> • -
the text book, the History
World, with the understanding
the company take up all ou'-tandi -
tcoks now in use at even "\ h • ••
In our school libraries It 1- «ri
possible that books and magazin-
have been purchased whi h .-n'...'
chapters and stories, and po--iVy •
umes, that can properly be ;
ag German propaganda. At
these books and mag;.zims •• , ir-
chased no on" • *' • " P:,r
poses or the insiduous : by
which the German pr . . ^
ing imposed up • ■ ur ■ ; .
tem. To what extent these bo
magazines have been b
no way of knowing and t w
by which we can know an 1 ri 1 o r
braries of this kind of -v .
make a careful Jnv ; , of
libraries in th" colleg *■ 1 • • p
lie schools. I therefor" r
to take up this matter in <
and rid your library of any r..
text books, or any other li'*
bearing German pr pa-
Next fall the State 1 r. f •
cation will .require e- • ry t.
draws public money t - r
an oath that he wup'; ! •
stitution of the Vui'ed s-a*-
State of Oklahoma, an 1 *
teach patriotism. A po!i >• <■?
kind will be inconslsten- if
have volumes of German ; r .
stored in our Hbrari* A C -•
literature should be re-v. i f
because it inculcates Germar •
second, because its t achinu i
trary to fundamental Ameri i <!
trine, hero su«h dangerous :
occupies only a pag • or two i -• i ^
that the pages be rut out of tlio boo
In the caso of a German book, or
German text, the entire b. -houbl \|j,|| | | 0\\ I I U i ^
REACHES BOrS OVER THERE
During *he month from N«-v . t-
i Pm «.T.ber '• the Daily Lea<!r-r and thf
| 1 ed Cross of this city conducted a
am" aitrn for contributions to thf
1 ! "r- *• fund. Several hun-
Ired dollars were raised and thf
I money forwarded to the tobacco com-
' any that had th" shipping of tb*
! 'tbacco cartons in charge^ under su-
pfrvision of the American Red Cross
jfir-* shipment wa- made early
I in December—five months ago. To-
1 v th° first return card from a sol-
1 :."r Somewhere in France" was
j received The return postal card was
j received by Chas Dove, Here's what
the Sammy says:
Somewhere in France
j Dear Sir: April 2S,'IS
. Many thanks for th- ■ u kage #f to-
v.-d ♦ v Toac o
I hard to g"t and one of the soldier's
I best friends at time*, later someone
I will explain. Letters and tobacco are
' the most encouraging things we get
In this life. Yours sincerely.
A K F, via New York, Ordnance
You will notice the dare of th*
nailing of the card is April 2v which
i: dicates tiwt the shipment of tobacco
was a long time in t< •'••hing 'he -boy =
<- er th-rp." four months i: r"*
holograph shows the ' Blue
if France leaving h" White
ter they had been welcomed
nitel States by President
The : resident shook, hands
ry man in the lin°.
Whether it is better to • lose the II- drafts fiiice that time carry the total
I brary and hire more policemen to of enlisted men slightly above two
' r ke care of the idle or to keep the million
1 library open and do away with
i.• i -ssarv officers.—Mrs I H W, il
:AST eflCE CARD FOR
h" fair grounds
will be the best races ever
this county," is the way
horse man put H today.
L I Beland is backing the race car
I ,i he will Insist tha* the program •>
all that it is advertised to be Th-^r
v ill be three f. -f e^
vill have five or six s
Following is a list
rtered so far:
Free for all trot:
D S Wilcox. Pat C,
Tom Halaell, Seminole f
B F Bu knon. Anne Perkin.'
Tom Colyer. Moco Synn. '2:
T H Hall. Kogo, 2:21 1-4.
D S Wilcox. Palalto Consol
John H useholder, Red Ro
R H Davis. Woyona.
■ d '
. r. b r
useholder. Hal Wilkin,
\mri \m m '%k;> oi i,
nur i iu>m i ;
Scott for the let':
i incinnatus of r
s now nearly:
a man to go
urr They are
ive warfare. Like
Rome. Gene has
• f -t ma
ms while 1
s of thf
the tri; from F rt
City yesterday, a
mil^s in 49 minutes
s message to Governor
hovering over the city:
n the air service for
Oklahoma Red Cross
•r. Symbol Pi
John B. -.24.
ier, Bonnie Be!l.
ns, Little Cleo.
* taken in at the gates
"y !ri=ed by the conces-
1 go to the local Red Cross
Th - tickets are 50 cents each
of the Red Cross are out
1 report splendi
will start at -
The hour wa;
f memorial serv-
mention of th° ;
aid Excelsior 1
summer in ord'
trer than discus
■ :oposed plan i>
demand incr ast
bers of the fire <
c'.csing of the lil
being in favor
fire and police
<:? the libraries
A sample prot
The Leader: There is st
trst among mother^ in the ei
(1 -ing of the iihrari' - in
rtrovide more funds. Moth"
he libraries as ;; very nece?
the summer vacation.
.♦her edu< ation.al * 'oj- < ts h;
■ r th° top" why 1- t *he library ro
jt.der? If a e-od library is so es--n-
l t al to k"ep up the morale of tilt
I soldier is it not of as great import mm
t in civilian life ' Many depend on :t
fr-T their daily news and world even*
; while to the children who have looked
l'f reading i' is, indeed, a trag"*d7
i We protest. To b- or not to be:
1 Many ills come from impure blo< 1
i by (han't have pure bl 1 with faulty di
t of th€- g^stion, lazy liver, and sluggish
arnegie bowels. Burdock Blood Bitters .s
o:i :aer.-1 •
ii cr and
There ar - .r 04,6T7 men in the r^u-
lar army, the report said, 510,983 m
the national army. 411.1*12 in the na-
th nal guard, and 78^60 in the reserve
"While some mistakes and delays
!;;ive o < urr I the report said, "on
th wlnde we think the country is to
be congratulated that after a little
n than a year from the declara-
tion of war our country has construct-
"ti i wc nderful military establish-
Washington. May 27 At the weehiy
: conference of the senate milita y
! committee with Secretary Baker and
! bis assistants, the fact was disclosed
j that the xact number of American
airplanes in France is 1,316, of which
:'23 are combat planes. There ar-
:h76rt planes in the I'nited States.
More than 200."00 Am- ricans will
be sent abroad during May and th it
number will be much exceeded next
The senators said tnat taking th.1
production situation as a whole it wa?
showing considerable improvement.
Army Figures Given.
The total number of officers in the
nrmy was given in the report at 140.-
1while the total of men before the
\pril draft call was 1.50 hi;,j The
i inn >\\ns in \\(imi:\
IIUVW MI X'S SAI.AMIES
Jack HerrinKton of New York, rep-
r^sentinn «ne of the country's largest
. j,ar• 1 In' was in the city Sun-
ciay My business has been excep-
* 1 < nally larce. airl he. "And it Is
lm confined to apparel tor worn1)!!.
numb' r of women entering war
servlcs and th,e trades Is growing by
'u;s and bounds. Thousands of wom-
: are drawinq men's salaries now
..ml they ar" siu'iidinK their unex-
pected raises In clothes."
ALASKAN COAST IS
BEING PAROLLED NOW
Washington, May 27--A naval patrol
of Ihe Alaskan (oast has be«n estab-
'.'-hed to forestall an;tat!on by leaders
ot the industrial Workers of the
j The rat
c instead rf
;d on aC'Xiur
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Clifford Brooks returned Saturday]
from a week's visit to his old home in
Missouri and left yesterday with the.
Logan draft quota for Camp Funston j
On Saturday night he was married ■
•o Miss I'rsul Hall, a very estimable
'young lady Clifford has been fo-e ;
• Daily Leader press room ;
,r? and pr v- d a very cat -
Like all other employe« of .
who have gone to the war. j
restored to him, if he d. -'
FOR LITER TROOPS
n of Th
ay 27- The
^in"d at Ca
rture ot Th
ou'.u em bra
Fort Worth, Tev.i^,
a body of troops to be
Bowie after ti*"
ihirty-sixth divi.-' >n
about 5v'.< 0 men, ar-
r ling to the announcements nn.l ■
warding the co: -ruction to be ca
e l out during the summer months,
of which already has o •...
Before the "\pi:ation of ninety d«y«
pim ^iin vi w ii i in i
MM M 1
IU VI M l
ill «peak on
it is announ""'!
will begin to r
it the present
'his work is <
I t mu*K> will has
(lition to the b
Some of th
tures at the b
than could be
wooden buildir, •
l.tce the tents in us'
me and that heft rt
leted at least $1,-
• •"ii expended on the
' this will be in ad-
ding tnat now is b -
:g-- two-story >tr«c
• hospital are ready
the present time and
manded by the pr- -
it the camp
be destroyed. It seems to in" ti ;r
of this literature in th" publ
I. \hl)l lt \ I I \ \\> IIOMI
Night, prowlers and thieves are be-
ginning to operate The olice were
-ailed 'o th" home < : Arthur IP •
in North Elm last night where «.n
attempt had been mad" to gain eu-
t'ance into the house. A ladder had
been placed against the north window
Oi* tile dwelling Cries of Misses Ros-
alie and Myrtle Evans, as th" h*-i 1
of a man appeared over the window
sill, scare l the Intruder and he dro
ped to the ground.
Two men wi'li a wagon attempted
t burglarize tike Houghton g'-n.•'•-v
in North Division, They were frig r-
ened off, before reaching any booty
"1 feel it my duty to say
To Suffering Humanity
I Ol \ IN PIOM
III MSI I T
I II II\\<.s
IN COWslll O
.. , . r( ' ' - 1 ' 'l
Or. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills
r 11; or
• - "t.'I in timr <A "«
■ , . e - - two tablet - in :• '"r
• or porket and take them a.->
At ail 'jrjggU.ts f the f.rtt box f^ilt
tt benof.t, /our mon*/ l« relume*.
a Logan county p.on
-ulcide Saturday, by
In a cowshed, n it'
- r>4 years of age an 1
: t nily. Deil>ond"n* \
cause. Deceased leT
, bis body, readi:.
lown until you ca
John C Ward,
Marshall. H« w
leaves a larg"
is given as th"
a note hanging
"Do not cut m
Tainted Meat at Camp Travis.
And now t alleged the :-acker*
have been dumping off their spoiled
n eat on army tntonments Tainted
meat In larg" ou intities h i been
found in th^ Travis camp
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Oklahoma Leader (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 24, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 30, 1918, newspaper, May 30, 1918; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc280070/m1/2/: accessed December 16, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.