The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 35, No. 153, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 30, 1910 Page: 1 of 8
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GUTHRIE. OKLAHOMA WEDNESDA Y EVENING NOVEMBER 30 1910
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HASTE WITH CAPITAL
HOUSE COMMITTEE HAS
Members Spend tha Day lo
Caucusing and Surprise :
May Be -Sprung
(By Associated Press.)
Oklahoma City Okla. Nov. 30
Many members of the legislature
caucused this morning to perfect an
Agreement on the capital removal
bill. Members of the house commit-
tee have practically agreed on a hill
to be reported for tV.lrd reading to-
right. Oklahoma City in a Sweat
Special to Dally Leader
Oklahoma City Okla. Nov. 30 A
feeling of uneasiness not to say
agony prevades the Oklahoma City
boosters since the introduction of the
Maxey-Redwlne bill the adoption of
which would put a crimp in the Put-
nam City location and possibly car-
ry the venture capitoi romoval
scheme down to defeat. The steam-
roller is actively at work but tie
members seem reluctant to locate the
i state capitoi building on. a farm five
miles from the city limits.
A Second Location Bill
A second bill providing for ti'.-e Im-
mediate location of the permanent
state capital at Oklahoma City was
Introduced in tre house Tuesday af-
ternoon by Heprcscntatlve J. H. Max-
fv nf Shawnee' whn Monday wevere-'
ly arraigned that body lor ratifying
the governor's coJl for a special ses
sion. The Maxey bill differs from'
that Introduced yesterday principal-.
ly In the matter of the location of
t:i6 building the five miles clause or
. that wh!eh provides that the capitoi
shall be located within .'Ave miles of
the city was eliminated. By Maxey's
bill the .capitoi must be located In
the corporate limits. The r.ieaouivs
introduced yestor'ny were rend t 'e
second time and passed over for the
Governor Hashed submitted a spe-
cial message to the legislature in
which no recommended the passage
of a Li'l Increasing the salary of tne
state commissioner of charities from
J1fi(M annually to $2200. The bill
was Introduced by Senator Franklin.
Capital Committee Named
Speaker Anthony appointed practic-
ally all of tie necessary committee'
of the house among them being on
that Is to deal solely with the mat-
ter of the capitoi site. This commit-
tee Is composed of Representative
Logan of Kiowa Woodson of Woods
Steen of Mcintosh Carson of Potta-
watomie (illlespie of Tulsa Rexroal
or Carter Peery of Ca !do. Weld) of
Choctaw CoyiiK! of Craig and Bald-
win of llryan.
The capitoi committee of the son-
de is composed of Senators Thomp-
son Kggerman Fchols. Newell Uare-
' foot AndV'son Vandaventyjr Land-
rum Stewart Hendricks- Hatchett
Denton Potter Browitloe and Beeler.
Committee Visits Putnam City .
The Putnam site which was se-
lected several months ago by the cap-
itoi commission located about six
mileg northwest or the city was vis-
ited by the committee Tuesday. H
mav be conservatively stated that t ie
legislature will pass a bill locating
the capital at Oklahoma City but the
matter of the situation of the bulld-
ie.g and of its erection is the Issue
that will be fought out.
Senator Eggerman of ' Shawnee
cue of the opponents of the bill de-
clared today fiat the legislature will
pass a bill and adjourn before' w e
latter part of next week. Tb fems
to be the concensus of opinion. Cau
coses of tne Democratic members ot
both houses were held and a general
plan of procedure was agreed upon.
Try The comr.-.ittee sessions promise to be
jn'-ilong and Democratic memyers pre-
'' diet that when the capital measur
1? recommended for passage by the
committee it will pass witu; little op-
')Wn'ion.'"'' . '- ''
us ni .Tp.epi-f aeH'tirV'T.. 'YA Nrsbitt fcf
''Hptft'ta-iva'tbliile' IcxAuity iotrodufd ftl
resolution which was adopted plac-
ing the house on record as in favor
of a sueedy determination of the
eurial question In order that the ex-
traordinary session may not be pro-
longed. May Be Two Capital Bills
In caucus -todav the house Demo-
' crats wlll determine whether or not
the capital hill shall be divided into
two bills. t!'e first merely naming Ok-
lahoma City as the permanent sent of
government and the wood providing
1 ice nu'ih.id of procedure iiu building
the capitoi. U Is coal raventiou of
La. Nov. 3i
f;ilr warmer In
he constitution for a legislative
measure to embrace more than one
subject and the members' are not a
unit in this matter as applied to tie
la addition to the. capital site com-
mittee Speaker Anthony announced
the appointment of the following com
mlttes Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock
Chairman VV. A. Durant notorial
representative from llryan and Atoka
counties; II. S. P. (Stump) Ashby
I'm hamntubn county .. Roy Williams
Ci.itiaiiehe county; Kiigene Watrous
notorial representative from Car-
field and Kingfisher counties; J. 11.
Campbell Garfield county.
Chairman (i. W. Cornell notorial
representative from Custer and Wash
Itu counties; O. W. Patehell Garvin
county; Cham Joncw Jefferson comi-
ty; J. II. Maxey Jr. notorial representative-
from. J'otiawatonile and
Lincoln counties; 15. L. .Harris Wash
14 ouii..: J. N .!-eedlov tfc
fiuoyah county; 11. II. ICdwards Has-
kel county; William A. Hammond
notorial ropresentiniive ifroin Pltts-
burg and Hughes' counties; W. T.
Clark Grant county; K. M. Clark
flotorlal representative from Payne
and Pawneo counties; J. W. Clark
Mileage and Per Diem.
Chairman J. K. Moore Ottawa
county; C. II. Madden Gerer county
James R. King McCurtain. county;
S. J. Smith Creek county; U. S.
llrown Canadian county.
House Expenses and Accounts.
Chairman J. W. Clark Atoka coun-
ty; Hubert B. Bolen Oklahoma coun
ty; 15. F. Nisbett Pottawatomie
county; R. W. Lindsay Mayes coun-
ty; J. N. Thrasn truster county.
Printing and Claims.
Chairman S. F. Whitman Pitts-
burg county; O. JI. Tkin Cleveland
county; I: M. Fuller Caddo county;
.1. S. Barham Ppntotoc and Semi-
nole counties ;Charles B. Peters Os-
age county; K. G. Vosburgh Wood-
ward county; G. X. Kneeland Al-
Oklahoma Murder Case Argued f
Before Nation's Highest
(By Associated Press.)
Washington D. c Nov. SO. Sen-
tenced t5 Imprisonment for life on
a charge of murder William Hendrlx
of Uklanoma through his attorney ap
pealed in oral argument to the su-
premo court of the United States to
set aside hi sentence.
Hendrlx was charged with having
murdered his father-in-law Robert W.
Vos at Pauls Valley old Indian Ter
ritory. On his request his trial was
removed from the federal courts ol
Indian Territory to the federal courts
of Texas. Later Hendrlx sought In
vain to have his case returned to
Oklahoma. Refusal to return the case'
to Oklahoma is now clmed to have
been a denial to .Hendfi.x of his-constitutional
it. is set I'ortii in a brief to the
court that one reason why Hendrlx
desired the case returned to Oklaho-
ma was because there his wife could
have testified in his behalf. A copy
of an affidavit is produced to show
that Hendrlx expected his wife to
testify that she told hint such a story
of her father's treatment of her that
he was made irrespoublv.
The federal government opposed n
new trial for Houdnx. The court
took the ease under advlsemnt.
e is riiion
(By Leased Wire)
Chicago III. Nov. 3f. "Salome Is
disgusting. Mary Garden wallowed
around like a cat In a bed of catnip.
There was n oart In the performance
Iwould not call the affair Immoral.
It Isn't high class enougn. It's just
plain disgusting." '
With the opinion of Chief of Po
lice Steward on the much discussed
opera to thie effect and with a score
of protests against its further pro
duction here a meeting of tho direc-
tors of the Chicago opera house to-
day iu all probability will prohibit
further staging of the alleged mon-
Resides the outcries of Chicago pur-
ists against the opera patrons of the
stage have shown that Salome does
not appeal. On the operas first pre
sensation it drew $11550. Last night
it drew only ?30fX) timely enough to
cover the cost of production.
The directors are believed to hold
the view that the production has been
"tried and found wanting.
TULSA CONTRACTOR KILLED
(By Associated Press.)
Oklahoma City Okla. Nov. So.
Thomas F. Ouinn of Tulsa a con-
tractor wa struck by an engine here
this morning an( killed Instantly.
G riL ABED
CANADIAN POST CARRIER
HELD BY THE CHILD
UM RESCUE COSES
Haif CcVsiea Wi'li Watr Clings
lo Cellar Though Warced
(Ity Leased Wire)
Rainy River (Lit. Nov. ;!(). The
fate of J. A. Hyer who carries the
mail from Heaudelte to Clenientson
was In doubt for twenty inl'iiutOfl Sat-
urday Knowing the anxKty of the
people to get their mall lie thought
he would venture up ihe river. With
his trusty dog team he loaded half
a ton of mail on his sled and started
The ice gave way and precollated
dogs man and mail into the river.
Lizzie Alloway aged 13 hearing the
cries of the drowning man went out
on tho ill in Ire. which bent beneath
her small weight and lying on the
loe at the edge of the break she
caught the coat collar of Hyer ami
with all her strength attempted to
pull him to the surface. .1 lo pleaded
with her to lot him go but she held
on and saved him.
"I will drown sure" he said. "Let
me go. don't risk your life. It will
only be the death of iwo Instead of
The jrirl hung on however all the
time calling lustily for nefp. The wa-
ter came over the surface of the lee
and half the girl's body wan covered
but still she held on.
Finally some long poles were secur
ed and were shoved ahead and just
as the Ice gave way a rescuing hand
grasped Ihe rIi-I and she was pulled
from her perilous position still cling
ing to the uoicoiiHclouH man.
The corporation commission has
granted a rehearing in the case of
the fltizens of Dusi.in againit the M.
O. &G. railroad. The commission
made u order that the railroad keep
U ingiu -Hgfui ai leiKun uui me ran
road has shown to tho commission
that sine the order went into effect
the train mefwepn Muskogee and Cal-
vin has biji taken off and that now
the only t trough trains at Dustin are
all day trains.
The'town of Ralston by A. Levick.
county commissioner of Pawnee coun
ty ha filed Ki complaint with the
corporation commission against the
A. T. & S. V railroad asking that it
be compelled to put new flooring and
fix the approached In its bridge across
Kagie Creek in tlit city.
GHAHGEO WITH flE CHS
(By Assoclatui Press.)
CMcago Nov .lOLeinh Rhrnlus
the "candy bandit" so-called because
of ftis confession to the Kast St.
Louis police that he followed a lne
of crime to supply his bride with
candy and flowers was Indicted by
the Cook county grand jury on two
charges of murder and three of high
way robbery. The killings clinrfced
were those of Dr. William Midhaelis
August 5 and Anton Hetblg AiiRiist
7. His trial has been set for nert
Probable Time of Hearing on
State Capital Petition
The petition filed yesterday by at
torneys representing Guthrie In the
capital removal matters flSRUig. a
rehearing of the .state . capital cao
by tbo supremo court will' probably
niot come for hearing until Friday or
Saturday of this week as under the
rules of the court quicker action i
not possible. The po'at raised by the
Guthrie attorneys is entirely new and
has never been pa.-sed upon by the
court. It declares that it the enabl
ing act as the court held two weeks
ago is not binding in its provisions
Guthrie unlil' after' 1IM.3" then It will
fake a constitutional amendment to
change the enabling act provision
Instead f legislative action. Al-
though the court held th provision
it;it binding it was held to lf; the law
Many Important Subjects Will Be Discussed at
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Frankfort hy.. Nov. HO.- Before
Ihe kom'mums or Hie vuiIoiih states
conclmlo ilie'.r s.slon ai Frankfort
an I L'luisvllle tliev promise to uuree
oa how lfopular eb-elioiiH or Hulled
States (senaloiK can be seetn-e( and on
the ijuestlon of uniform divorce luws.
The opening session held In Franx-
fort. November i'J Is to be followed
by the conference in Louisville or
four days. Governor Elect Wood row
Wilson of New Jersey will talk on
"The Possibilities of the Governors'
Other features will be;
"The Governor His Powers and
Responsibilities-- Short Ballot" hy
Governor John Burke of North Dako-
ta; nddresH by Governor Jlernert S.
Hndley or Missouri.
"The Govxeronr-llis Powers and
(By Associated Prcsaj
Washington I) C Nov. ;p A cut
of fourteen millions in the estimates
for expenses of the Government for
the next fiscal year reported to Pres-
ident Tart today as a result of his
ultimatum to the various depart-1
President Taft informed hU cab-
inet olliceVs after scrutinizing the fin-
al draft of tie estimates of the vari-
ous government departments for He
fiscal year beginning July I HH1.
that tloVi must be a further and
deeper ciM in them; that they woiiht
not do In their prenerit form.
In response to the urgent demands
of the president the heuda or depart-
ments already Sad held their estl -
mates down to what they considered
rock K 'om fiKiires. Tlie pre ddent.
howe; - 'pointed out a number or
places where he deemed the prim-
iug knire could be used to advant-
Representative Alexander or Now
York chairman of the house commit-
tee on rivers and harbors and Gen-
eral lloxby chief of r.e engineers of
the army were among those in the
Afier Mr. Alexander said the rivers
and harbors bill to be reported to con-
gress would carry approximately $.'!0-
I " f) . 1 ) 1 1 0 la appropriations in accord
with the. report madt! public by tnj
chief of engineers.
Oklahoma City Okla. eiov. SO.
W.S. Streeter elf-coufsed "capper"
for street diamond merchants told
In police court Tuesday tne way in
which Oklahoma CIHhiis are being In-
duced to part with their hard-earned
money for " fake diamonds" at an
The game is worked by the "Hot
Springs Diamond"- sellers who oper-
ate each afternoon at tU') corner of
Broad ay and nono avuiinen
Here is Streeter's tory :
."The spieler makes his talk .put
half A dozen piece of worthless Jew-
elry in an envelope and closes H with
'Now gentlemen you tatr gel all this
combination for 25 cents.' -
"We 'capers' nearly tumble over
each other to get to the stand whwe
the jewelry Is eold. The unsuspecting
victims of a put up Job follow suit
and each day's uarvest of suckers la
"At night the. money paid In by
and at the end of the 'week they are
paid a salary.
"It is my occupation and I am liv-
ing that way."
lie was dlstuisMcd en the ground
that the man was working for h man
to w hom th" city bus kjud a license
Annual Governors' Conference
' ("onsevatii'ii fii. in the Standpoint
of the Siale." -Address on "The North
W'vien r ('oiiscrvetMn-' liv
Governor ! I v 1 1 1 - I.. Norrh of .Mon-
tana; u:ldress on "Conservation
Within the Stale" b Governor Fleet
John A. Dlx or New York.'
'Conservation of Human Life"
Comprising employers' liability law
child labor pollution of the streams
health tuberculoids unj other phases
or the consei viillou of liinimn life.
"The Income Tax Amendment"
Shall the states surrender to the fed-
eral fuvi iiiment the power to tax
Income witiicut apportionment
among the slates? If It houl. be
deemed wise lo grant this power
should f lie eonvtfcij tinder the
The evidence so far In the Chap-
man murder trial has not been of u
very direct nature but the prosecu-
tion Is gradually weaving a net of
minor details around him that he will
trouble in breaking throng1
testimony yesterday and today
mostly nlotig the lino of Mat-
H.'cw'h appearance when his body was
discovered In tile burn air! the fact
that Mrs. Matthews and Oiapman
were seen together a number of
Conductor John Fog.rty of mo
I'iiNiei'n Oklahoma raihoau tee'Lled'
that tl:e pair cot on h.a train at Still
tcr at tno same timo and canm t"
i Ou'hrio am; t-en went back on Ihe
i tr!l1"' Mr. and Mrs A. J. Ma-
j ry ''olor.nl of (Julhfle. tesiiikd t:.it
; Clmpman staid at their bouse In
j CulhrU- two times Willi a white worn
they did not know ami vat'Pue
i .iner parres ies.ii;rij to teeiii me
two together. Wl.ilo Uiltr does not
tin! to prove the murder ii'ir u
corroborates Chapman's eonfes doa
made In Canada which It Is said l.e
denies. If parts of that confession
tre true and con be proven to be
true then any denial 'ie cm mak"
vill not lie nearly so slroni' its it
otherwise would be. Frank Kyier it.!
J Sr.iith and W. K. Grady who weie!
all iiiembers of the coroner's jury tea-1
titled as to the npoearatice of ilmj
lioily when round ami that there were
marks on the neck that might have
been made with a rope or by some-
body choking him expressing the Idea
by holding their own hands to their
throats when describing tl'.e body.
Chapman'H confession has not. been
(By Associated Tress. )
Maeo Islands of Maco Nov. ;10
I'oitugcH.i troops from the garrison
here and from the gunboat Putrid re-vpl-d
last night demanding more
pay; expulsion of nuns from the is-
land ' and supnrcssloa of the newspa-
Iper V'lda Nova. Th governor Imme
diately granted all demands. Foreign-
ers not molested.
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iK'Kpoiisimiiiios hv Gamaliel I'.ra.l- I E ' I
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of the Stall " Addn m on "l"ie N.nih I f - 1 ' ' I
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(I'.r Asowdated Fti?si.) 'er Spencer guessed that tho city
New Vork Nov. 30. James Gal- j would begin filtering aguiu by Dceem-
lagher wb' shot Mayot Gaynor was her L and ho may not be fur off. As
arraigned today on the charge of ai-jno rain ban .fallen around here som
Kxiiitto'x Commissioner Kdwards. peeple t-a vr. been at a loss to under-
Me j-hoid'-d not guilty.
teariiis ami phrasing 0f the proposed
sixteenth umendinent to the consti-
tution? "IMrect Primaries" Adiress by
iovernnr John Franklin Fort of New
The (rouble between B. F. Harris
owner of the hunt Juki above the city
waterworks dam ami tho city finally
rein-lied the court btago tills morning
when Altorney (!. G. Horner tiled a
I suit for Harris against tho city for
'dMiimgi-H tttrej'.nflng $!1!0)'I.
H.in'iu claims that tie secure. I lite
Hand in l!i(i for the 'purpose of going
I Into the bog business but that by
i raising the 'cut off dam digging clvn-
iicIm IF rough I'l? Uud lu stroylinj Inn
Mm'. -t iUovliijt "" 'cr from ...Is and
Waiting !ds ho; to sijl.en and die
and vnriu'j ohd wrongs the city
I tan i Vine J his business and tho qual
rn. of n i h land a ii. I links for dainuKes.
; There lias been a wrangle goliiR oi
over this mailer for hUn- time and
:iui.l limes ll was ln.nd l .at it
j'.iaii been hot I led but something rutin-
in the way men time 't he city had
j I he dam before Hal l I i bo.igiu ll.k.
I land biiving seemed It trout the .San-
tj Fe Hants claims ii piincipul
; dulling!.' wan Infdei' (: 1. 1 in this
;.eiir when on tico'iiit of the horl-
;ui:e i f waif.r Hie I'ily not miy l.a.i lo
pump from the sMeaiit Just below his
; place but to dig channels across his
'land connecting with tho rlvoi
ipeiap off Hie Wilier on lis Inn I.
N. Byers Sentenced
Wife Murder is in
Gove.-uor Haskell has Issued a pa
role to A. N. ljyers of Kiowa coun
ty w!.o Is serving a 1.1-year sentence
for the murder of Ills wife six years
ago The enlenee was affirmed by
the criminal court of appeals and It
was In connection will this case mat
J PicHldlug Judge Furman promulgated
I the doctrine of "harmless error'
whieii attracted bo much attention in
tthe law journals and press of the
. I country.
Byers Is sal 1 to be in very baa
health and he avows his iutention to
go to Ohio to make 's future home
WATER SUFP0J1 WtlElSIIB
Hunters throughout the county have
observed f iat water is flowing again
lu the little creeks and streams and
it Is reported that the Cottonwood
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Vtaud wsy the streams are rising.
NEW YORK PAPER VrfN.
DFR WHOSE PATR.NS
NAMED THE LATE SENATOR
PUTT "IHE EASY Bt SS"
Famous Pftlan Was Hsr
(By Letuied Wire.)
York. Nov. :m. Winnie Jlri.
famous family of Horn tiewu-
found dead In her bed at
today from asthma and
heart trouble. For years s.ht; ' was
known us tho "queen or the u. ws-
girls" comlucting s stand under the
elevated railroad s'.ructuro at Sixth
avenuo and Twenty third itrcet in
conjunction with her sisters. Their
patrons for many year's Inciudl
some of the most famous men k. tiie
country The "union corner" in the
old Fifth avenue hotel wan jun .a
block from the Horn sisters' neV
stand and Senators Piatt and Dope.
Governor Odell Mark Manna nd'
number of other men prominent in the
affairs of the natlmi were regular
Senator I'latt wa.j perhSpa the best
nf the friends Tor it was he whu sav-
d the fclsters stand for then; on A
number of occasions when enemies
tried to have them routes rrom the
corner. One day some one rPinaik-
ed to Winnie that Piatt was a "gust
"Well I'd ctiil him the en'y :!ss"
slie replied and the ratne lituek to
Not many years nio there were
nine sister and brothers hi the Horn
family. As each of the girl; grew up
they were put ;o work selling papers
in tiie stand. Winnie started in bus-
iness when Kite was 16. iau May
J is. Horn died. On Ju. e V Gene-
vieve I'lna. one of the sisters corr-
t'!ttel suicide. There are two m.r
rlcit sisters living. Winnie had heap
twice married. There are also two
brothers Wlmam and Fred Horhj
who are on the vaudeville stag.;. '
HONORABLE GUEEB' ENDS-
Major General Elliott w
Forty Years Service Under
(By Associated Press.)
Washington Nov. 3 After j
ji'ins of honorable nrlee filled -.siu
adventure and campaigii'i In foreign
parts Major General George ' KT
oil rommandint of marines wai-re
r.-.i i uy on account of age. - I
General Klliott u a native of. An
ha ma and entered Ihe marine cost
Ju 170. In Ibti") he h lleufeuarl
i f iu:.rl'ei when biitli!!.u w:i
i t to pr.i'ict the U'hmus an I c.t
terve AiU'Tlcau lii'ct. 'is during lw .
lierce ic.tdutloii resiihiiig la re
burning of Panama. He saw service
on tl.ie North Atlantic squadron daj-
iug the Spanish war and was advuuu
ed three numbers fjr gallantry In tin
engagement 01 Guautaiiano. A war
later he was la the PhiUpplr.ts ar.ij
a a major led the Second battalion
of marines in the buttle of Neva lyeta.
It was only natural Cat Major Kl-
for'Hott should day a part isi t;:e reore?
hlon of tne Boxer uprising In Ch?
ami he commanded the marine hat-
tallun of that unprecedented military
feat the march to PeUi!i--whii.h re-
sulted In the relief of legationers.
He became commandant of marines
in February liin and l-ns been
tioned lu Washington since.
In the fall of ph'i Major General
Klliott was a visitor iu Gy'hrie and
as the guest of Gov. Frank Frautz
participated in a big hunt in the
"OM!." UK IS liHII IIEUTl!
New York Nov.ii.aO.-r.-Jr. Freder-
ick A. t'ook iti'ie .vipjarer in an ar-
ticle to W. publis!it4f. iiv-i Hampf-h's
confesses he uoi not kno whether
he reached the North Pole or not.
Cook informed the editor he would
return to the Unite. I States with his
wife and children to spend Chrki-
tnas. "1 have been culled ttn greaiesii
n enfal imposter in history" s i t
Cook. "I beileve that in every uu '. '-
tlrable way I stand uniiine -the i.h
jret of snort auspiciuu and vltir" t-
lion h have ssnwiiw.i icen." Ti.i
realisation prouipte! Ct-oi; to wr'.fi
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 35, No. 153, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 30, 1910, newspaper, November 30, 1910; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc614170/m1/1/: accessed November 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.