The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 35, No. 153, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 30, 1910 Page: 3 of 8
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THE LEADER OUTFIT TE OKLA. VfflTXKST)AV XOVKMnKI? PA into.
OUTBURST . .
GOV. WILSON WILL HAVE P"' '''J -
no; politics in cover. J'
' NOR'S MEETING i '! - V ' "' 1
1 X ' ' ' '
ENTRANCE OF HARMON
1 AQYQKES DEMONSTRATION
"Pep!8 Tired of Hide and Seek
Legislation" Says Wood-
Frankfort; Ky Nov. 30-The third
snnual fonference or governors tin
nrot to be held outside of Washing-
ton began a five day8' session here
Tueday with 24 of the executives
and several first ladies of the states
For several days Governor Wlllson
of Kentucky has made it plain that
he would do all in his iwwer to elim-
inate politics from the conference
and in the preliminary arrangements
ibas done so. However at the first
session held In the hall of representa-
tives of the new state capltol build-
ing there were two outbursts of po-
' One was when Governor Judson
Harmon of Ohio entered the hall. Wt
wag greeted by slight hand clapping
vbich was accorded no other gov-
ernor The moment t'.io meeting ad-
journed a man In the gallery called
for cheers for Mr. Harmon. With a
frown Governor Wlllson raised his
hand and stopped whatever progress
the suggestion might have made. Gov-
ernor W'lll3on had already laid stress
on this feature when in his opening
remarks he said the governors were
rcallfd together for a conference only
nd that it w as not a "house of gov-
jcrnors"- as previous meetings had
i oeen termed.
Governor Wlllson then read a let-
ter from President Taft. recreling
Governor Aram J. Pothler of Rhode
IslanJ responded to the welcoming
addresses of Governor Wlllson and
Mayor Polsgrove of Frankfort after
whicH the visiting party and several
leading Kentucklans were entertain-
ed at luncheon in a private home. At
the later session jGovcrncJ'-elect
Woodrow Wilson of New Jersey de-
livered an address on "The Possibili-
ties of the Governor's Conference."
He salu iu part:
People Want Open Leadership
"I am sure that I am not mistaken
when 1 say that the people are call-
ing for open leadership and that thoy
wish their leaders to be ntcn who rcu
resent them H. They are tired of
the hide and seek of legislation as it
has generally been conducted. We
shall not bring clear action out of
confuEion until we supply the need
until we assist at the simplification
Which will inevitably come when
some one man undertakes in each
state to keep the people informed as
to every chief step of their business
particularly the business of legisla-
tion and to challenge all who are en-
gaged in it to submit to the frank
pnd clarifying process of debate.
"I have already stated our prob-
' lera in general terms. It Is how to
make our states efficient Instruments
wisely used in the regulation of eco-
romlc conditions. It is the prob-
lem of railway regulation and of th
regulation of the many other vast
corporations. This Is ih no ense a
private matter. Our corporations
are hot dealing with Individuals bo
much as with communities; If those
who conduct them would look at their
business from that point of view and
icondf themselves 'jn tlfc temppi1
and j rit of public servants there
would je no need of regulation.
"So lone as they do not so long as
they transact their business in the
spirit of those wno manage private
public service regulation will be
Uniform Regulation Needed
"Here then In more particulat
terms are the large items of our
tasks as we must view them in coun
sel together; for that we seek com-
mon principles common ideas and
alms at the same time that we rec-
ognii'e that these common principles
must be put Into effect in our several
states In somewhat different ways in
order to serve local needs and condi-
tions. Wo ne'd cooperation but can
wear no stralgbtjacket. The task ot
right regulation for example in the
case of common carriers in particular
whose business spas a . score - of
states is a task in which we must co-
operate with one ?ngthivr ;.d.wijl
the federal authorities.
This morning a " special train car
ries the governors to imisviue
where sessions will be held until Sat -
The governors present are ;Weeks
Connecticut; Mann Virginia; Pothler
Rhode Island; Kltchln North Caro-
tin... Port w .Terser: Noel. Mis-
cicBt'nnl- Vessev. South Dakota: Ssf -
roth Colorado: Deneen Illinois; Mar -
shall Indiana; Hadley Missouri; Nor-.
ris Montana;. Harmon Ohio; Spry!
Utah' Sloan Arizona; Brown (Jeor-
Utah - Sloan Arizona; grown ueor- ou wssr. 10 ursi aemouuaie -M ident; C S Ketch vice president;
gia- Draper. Massachusetts; Ansel the wonderful Cutlclay will ' do rj A. K. biaken secretary; Elmer Sol-
South Carolina aud Wlllson Ken- you upoa the receipt of six cents Ia;omon treasurer. After all premiums
.. I stamps to pay cost of packing etc.; .Tnt ti -thi av-i-
General Reyes on Way to
Mexico to Lead Revolt
12 V ' it f f
ll6EN. BERNARDO RE YS l!l . -. i
rilM BERNARDO RE YES l!
Making Irish Crochet.
It is sai.1 thai the demand for Ir-
ish chrochet wax so great f:r awhile'
that the lace bocamo much morn Im-
perfect than it ought to be. Thit.'
has. however been remedied by en-
liming a grpator number in tin work
and again the Irish point to this lace
as a triumph of art of Its kind.
Knovs Thirteen Languages.
Princess Sturdza has promised to
provide the money for tue publica-
tion of the French edition of Jus
Suffragi-. the organ oi the Interna-
tional Woman Suffrage Alliance
iulss Martha Kramers who publisn.
PILES ULCERS ECZEMA FISSUES
CARBUNCLES BOILS SALT
RHEUM WOUNDS STINGS
AND ERUPTIONS OF ANY
KIND DISAPPEAR 1IKE
Marvelous New Discovery That
Arousing World-wide Interest
and Curing Worst Cases In 24
A Week Ago I Couldn't Look Anyone
In The Face
A rusty nail scratch has killed an
army of people. And yet a now and
wonderful species of earth mined in
Mexico cures like magic every species
of sore even to cancerous lumps. A
carbuncle simply dries up so quick
that you are astounded. An old run-
ning sore is given a magic touch anJ
years of misery are gone over niffM.
A suspicious cancerous lump that has
hung over the mind for years is gone
in a flash.
C. C. Coneland. of Pittsburg Kans.
had a nasty old tender iUhlng ulcer
of salt rheum. At Mercy Hospital
Chicago ho says it made the faces
of Dr. Murphy and the sisters fairly
wrinkle to see it. . And yet In a short
time Cutlclay cured the sore and all
burning Itching and pain ceased from
the very Instant Cutlclay was ap-
plied. : 1
It seems like overconfldencc to say
such things but. Cuticlay is a wonder
of nature. It Is curing in 24 hours
what has defied the befct trained skill
for years and years. You merely ap-
ply the dry powdered Cutlclay to any
sore spot and te relief Is instant the
cure begins then and there. Cutlclay
jis a strange product of nature. Noui-
ing is added to it nothing taken
away and yet all the ingenuity of
medical skill since the beginning of
time never produced anything that
will do the work of Cuticlay It cer
tlainly hag magic touch
j You can get a large can of Cutlclay
at any lrug store for B0 cents or will
be mailed upon receipt of price if
you wish to -first demonstrate w-.at
es it in English knows tnirteen lan-
guage. Ilccause thero was danger
of discontinuing the FYouch edition
for lack of funds the princess has
made the offer.
How Long is Dollar Bll?
If yen want to amuse uic children
with a guessing contest these winter
evwhiga ask them how long is a dol-
lar bill. The exact length Is 7.28 inch
e. and i Is .'5.04 mche wide but the
boys will not be likely to guess any
thing near it. The contest will be
instructive as well as amusing.
Wint Unattached to Vote.
'the Milwaukee Woman's Suffrage
league Is supporting a bill that is to
be introduced Into the legislature this
winter asking municipal suffrage for
unmarried women and widows and
for women having a college degree.
The leamie bei.eves that this will be
an entering wedge and that possibly
a larger suffrage opportunity will re-
sult. Medals for Women.
The Red Cross instituted by Queen
victoria to distinguish women who
devoted themselves to the sic aiu
sutfering in time of war ha3 the
wordi. "Faith Hope ai.d . Charity"
ami its ribbon is dark blue with a
red edge tied in a bow and worn on
the left breast. The other orders
which Englishwomen ma yalso wear
are St. John of Jerusalem Order of
Mercy and the Kalser-l-llind all
three worn by both sexes. ' -
Pay Ells wit Checks.
Very few women catfy much money
about with them any niOre ard above
all they do not keep any more than
is absolutely necessary in the houe.
It is always better to pay bills with
checks as they are also receipts and
wot having a lot of ready mency the
temptation to spend is not nearly so
great. Besides money earned in a
pocketlKiok is easily lost and may
prove a temptation to servants and
others who know where It is kept.
Many Are Writing Plays.
It is said that all America is a stage
In that so many are writing plays.
All the elderly females are writing
love plays and it is said that when
two student meet on tne campus ai
Harvard they do not say "Good morn
lag." but "How is the third act corn'
ing on?" Flays arc sent to mau:ag
ers at the rate of twenty-five per
dav about 9.000 a year being sub
milted. I'l.'.writing l an art as
nr.'h as anything else but lots ot
people do not seem to think so.
May Change tho Ruling.
The present way of electing teach-
ers'in Atlanta that Is by the (nomina-
tion uf the superintendent i under
discus-sion and may be changed. Such
matirier of electing placea a great re-
nci'i?Ull!ty r'upott thj -stfiierinteiid"
mt it. Is ti'ougnt and moreover tne
board of education feels that it should
have something to say about It. ---A"
the law tnoaw stands the ; superintend
iM could discharge every teacher in
the school and the board not be al-
lowed to interfere to stop it.
NEW OFFICERS ELECTED
Special to Daily Loader.
Kingfisher Okla. Nov. 20. At a
mortHrwr-of th K1ffrK1hpr Vnintv
Farmers' Institute and Fair associ
ation .which was held here fair of-
li(.pTa for tj ensuing year were t
ted as follows: R. V. Every pr
!l1ent. g. Ketch vice presidc-n
BRITONS ANGRY OVER
THE USE OF AMERI-
CAUSE MORE TROUBLE
Home Secretary Ctiurclihlll
Defiantly Tells Them to
(By Associated Press.)
Loudon Nov. 29 With the dissolu-
tion of parliament all formalities pro-
Imlnary to tho election of a now par-
liament were completed. The proc-
lamation of dissolution summoned the
new parliament to assemble on Janu-
iry ;)1 1911.
Among tho first of its members to
e elected unopposed will be Arthur
'. Ha I four the opposition leader tn
Iberals having decided not to con-
test his seat for Ixmdon. On the
stock exchange where regular deal-
ings have been Instituted in bets oa
the election the feeling seemed to
anticipate a reduction in tho liberal
In Ireland the strugglo Is growing
I'oro bitter. A meeting of delegates
epresenting every Ulster const It n-'
wcy was held In liolfust Monday at
which a resolution Mas adopted on
notion of u Presbyterian minister to
Iraw up a solemn declaration refus-
ng to pay rates or taxes Imposed by
a Dublin parliament or obey its de-
crees while $.".(1000 was subscribed
on the spot to organize the Vlstcr
.lien Into regiments and purchase
20.0CO in Demonstration
At night a minister unionist dein-
jnstialiou as held at Ulster ball Del-
last nn overflow meeting of oooo
persons being held In the open air.
fioth aroused the greatest enthus
Lord Loudenerry declared Amerl-
an dollars enabled John Redmond to
mid Asiiuith in a holiow of his hand.
If a home rule parliament were es-
tablished he said It might be found
that Ulster would utterly decline
obedience to tho law.
Sir Edward Carson formerly solic
itor general and conservative M. 1'.
for Jlublln university said they nev-
er would consent to their country bo
Ing sold for American dollars. Wal
ter Hume Long unionist M. P. for
Strand spoke la the sumo strain and
jther Kpcakcrs advocated stern re
sistance to the law if home rule was
forced upon Ulster.
Socialists Oppose John Burns
The first Independent woman suf
frage candidate Is announced In the
person of William Mirriloos who win
contest a division of Glasgow The
Socialist party hns derided to run a
third candidate In IWtersea thus
seriously endangering John Hums'
chance for re-election.
Spffragists created serious disturb
ance at a meeting at liambeth after
which Winston Spencer Churchill was
speaking. After several men had
been thrown out; Mr. Churchill strong
ly denounced tlio suffragists tactics
"1 am told that individuals aro to
be singled out for violence. If that is
their intention there is only ono an
swer and that io 'Como on.' "
Cold Causes Headache
LAXATIVG P.ROMO Quinine tho
world wide Cold and Grip remedy
removes cause. Call for full nam.
Look for signature E. W. GROVE. 25c
REPROVED BY FATHER
GIRL BECAMES ' BOY"
Special to ally Leader.
New Orleans Nov. 30. Shorn of
her curls and downing male attire
Frankie t!llam. 13 years old daiigh
tcr of a local railroad employe had
her "boys" career of roughing it
abruptly terminated. Taking offense
at a correction administered by her
father it was said the girl ran
away from home Tuesday.
After unsuccessfully eeemng em
ployment as a bell "boy" In a hotel
the girl camped out for two days and
nights on the river Lnk. Late yes-
terday work men in the neighbor-
hood suspected her disguise and re-
ported the matter to the police.
She wjw broognt beroe tho Carrol-
ton police court still protesting that
her name was Hsrry Jones but nub-
sequently she revealed her Identity
and wa tiirnod -over to her parents.
with the weakert digettlv or-
gana and makes them strong
SURVEYS BEING MAD
FOR EXTENSION TO
THER ROADS ACTIVE
WITH NEW PROJECTS
and Lumber Districts In
Oklahoma are Objec-
tive Points -
In spile of the defeat of the rnll
road timendmeiit to tne constitution
at tho general election there- seems
to be some- degree of activity In rail-
road building In tne state although
not nearly as much as thero would
liavo been hsd the mncuilmcnt car
The Missouri Oklahoma i.-. Gulf
which hua f looted some securities
abroad Is pushing construction work
and soon will have a trunk line that
will offer serious competition to some
of the older roads. The road Is now
completed from Wagoner Okla. t&
DeulBon Tex. 212 miles and will be
extended both north and south from
Its present terminal In aMItion to
building a couple of branch llne:i.
Surveys are being mtlo for an ov
elision north which Is ultimately to
reach Kansas City probably by way
of Joplln Mo. William Kenellck-.
president of tho road Iiiib announced
hat as soon uh thai end of the lint
s completed he expects to build south
from Denison and intends eventually
o secure an outlet on the Gulf ot
This company has arranged to build
an extension from Wnpunucka to
f-iromldo and has made the city of
Okmulgee a proposition to build from
Coalton to Okmulgee. (Tiler hngl-
neer Harrison and his force have
ina'lo ulready the survey for the Ilio
mldo brunch. It Is understood th.it
Itroiulde ...in agreed to construct u
grade from Ihiit town to a point on
(lie main lino two miles nortii of
Wspanucku If the railroad will lay
the Hack and run trains into thni
Outlet From Oil Fields
An extension of similar character
is that which tho Midland Valley Is
to tiinl'o from the Glenn pool oil field
to Sapulpa. It now ihas a spur from
lunks Into the oil Held eight miles
which Is to be extended to Sapulpa.
Sapulpa. agrees to furnish the right
of way for the entire distance and
Another Kast Side lino projected Is
I he Texas Oklahoma & Kastern from
Valliant Okla. to Dmi'ieen Ark. Ot
miles through- the Oklahoma and
Arkansas lumber fields. It was pro
noted originally bv Kansas cltj
lumbermen as a narrow grade road
to run from Valliant to Pierce to car
ry out lumber for a syndicate con
trolling It. The road could not get
charier In Oliluhomft however
without becoming a common carrier
so that It was inado standard guage
and extended to Duqueen.
Tulsa has Just completed a new
belt lino connecting the Krineo Katy
and Midland Valley roads and has
let the contract for the construction
of an lnterurlmu line to Sapulpa IS
miles. Tho contract was let by the
Oklahoma Union Traction company
cow operating In Tulsa to the Inter
urban Construction company of In
dlanapolls for $::0000o. The line is
to be completed by June 1 mil. Mus
kogce Is trying to better Its Iocs
railroad connections. A bonus of
1100000 has been guaranteed for the
proposed line to Warner and Web
ber's Falls and a proposition Is tin
dcr consideration for un interurban
lino to Tart.
Pawhuska Wants "Ksty."
I'awhusks Is trying hsrd to get
Katy to build into that town. Ofli
clals of the road admit It would
have been better If the original sur-
vey had taken In P&whuska. but of-
fer as their only objection to a
change at this time the matter ofex-
pense. I'awhtiska citizens who haM
figured on tho matter believe that
the road coull be secured for $ I -.".
ooo-. The Osago Western n which
Pawbuska bad counted so much
seems to have gone by tho board al
though stockholders of the road have
headed off tho proiwsed sheriff's sals
by paying the most pressing clalum
Alva is grestly Interested Ion LP
proposed Sallna Winnipeg Gull
road which has a very ambitious
project proposing to run from Omaha
Neb. south through Lincoln and Sa
Una to Alva and Oklahoma City with
a branch lino east to Kansas City
snd one west to' De Molnen N. M
Several Alva men are interested In
(it. and efforts' arc being male to en
list financial support there.
The Mountain Valley & Plains and
I the Knid Ochiltree L Wcste. ii the
jtwo east and west roads which have
I been counted on so strongly to tie
J veiop the western part of the state
i. .... .. f .
I tub wmiuiuf 1.4 . tlA0 !u ibA it..k
jica but have done no construction
' work In Oklahoma and may never
do so unless the laws are changed.
NEWSPAPER CHANGES t-iANOS
Bryon Okla. Nov. ) H'
ward tor number ot yi-i litor
100 "Mew Skirts
We have just received an ex-
press shipment of 100 New Skirts
made over New Models from
Panama and Suiting strictly up to
date will be on sale all this week
75 very handsome Voile and
French Panama Skirt on sale at
I Bank of Indian Territory
0 204 W. Oklahoma Ave.
0 INVKST IEN'TS
The facilities of tin: l'ank
0 ititf liiili-talc sicuri:is suitable for the icrniancnt invest- 0
0 nkiit of f mills arc unsurpassed. Those seeking investments
y that afford unntiestiidinl security together with satisfactory
0 rates of interest are invited to
bank who are constantly in touch
Our detwslta ar protected by "Depositor'
Guaranty Law." which provides abnolute safety
to our Customers.
We pay 4 per cent interest on time depoeito.
Hafety Deposit Boies in Fire-Proof Vault
$1.00 a year.
We want and will appreciate your business.
Call on us. f 1.00 opens an account.
A. R. EASTMAN
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AND STATt -OEPOSITORY
The attempt to care for valuables of great worth in a
private house often involves the exercise of such care tliat
the sacrifice i greater than the actual worth of the
articles themselves. For the small sum of One Dollar per
annum you can have the exclusive use of a Safe Deposit
I'.ox in our fire and burglar proof vaults.
4 ?r n ft ' tt 7 tt -r
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117 South Broad St. Opposite Masonic Temple.
' No Medicine. Healing Art No Operation. . ;
Electric Turki-h Sweats and Cold and Hot Baths."
The Swedish Massage "ireatmem
W. M. BRONSON Farm
Only eonjjdutc abstracU ot'tit! lu
ur bckci- jsj
uf Iiulian Tcrritury f
confer with the officers of this 0
with investment conditions.
It If It It T TT It " " f;
PAID ON TIME
and Mrs. SeiffcrT
loans tnsursnct. Abstracts.
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