The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 35, No. 153, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 30, 1910 Page: 4 of 8
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TOT! LEADER. OTJTIlPJE.'Ora.A.. tVKIlXKKIl.W XOVKMIIHI!
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The Guthrie Daily Leader.
BY LESLIE G. NIBLACK.
I'lilUnhoJ every afternoon from The leader building J07-109 West H'vrrlBou
rt avenue and entered at the Guthrie post office as leooml-clasB mattr.
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Official Paper of Constitutional Convention.' ' " ' '"
' Official Paper of the State Corporation Commission.
' .$?r 1 Official State Paper.
r' (By Enactment of Constitutional Convent.loB.)
Official Journal of the Constitution page SO: 2 "Resolved That Th
Out trie Dally Leader b declared the official paper of the State ot
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225 Fifth Avenue New York City; Boyce Building Chicago.
Washington News Bureau 1334 B. Street S. E.
Harrison Phone 69.
109 W Harrison Phone 75; Editorial Rooms 107 W.
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.
Id the erent of delivery being Imperfect or paper being rolled twisted
or mutilated subscribers are urged to make Immediate complaint to tlte
business office In person by telepbone or mall. :
" "What about General- Cy PretJ
Rush him a Ion at.
Guthrie made a clean nouna'dc
tl;iit an J is the capital ye'..
j 1 i j .
That 'extra session d-'een't seem
to care. The steam roller rolls.
discovered that the
not to bw dealt with
Now that the fooihal' season is
over we may revive the controversy
o er tho now rule.
Dm. 8 iron rand docsn t
bave trown rusty In all ft
its service in Mexico.
This is noticed also. Those who
talked in the strongest In (newspaper
interviews were the first to leap lor
The suggestion that the immigra-
tion authorities may bar Ethel Le-
itcve from America is tfool. Other-
wise she might enter vaudeville.
AVe would hardly claim that U2
tiomondous gain in New York's p;p
ulation is due to Democratic same-
but tic coincidence is the o all the
"Remember when you tho"sht 'J
cents a pound was a ruinous prtee
for steak.?" a-ks the Chicago Tribune
We imkb on the qinry to tile oldest
The defeated Republican claims
that the Socialist member of congress
should be denied a seat because he
epcaks disrespectfully of the supreme
court. Is respect for tho court and
obedience to th laws characteristic
or good Republicans? A correct an-
swer may enable lis to clasiiy a cer-
tain politician whd now defies classification.
Wise Gifford I'iiu:hot. He begs the
president to make a pernanal exam-
ination of the Cunningham claims be
fore they are allowed to pass wheiij
be should know t hit an executive or-
J..-r has beon on tjl yince June 8 13 J
that effect. Was G:fford eeciitli!sj
a real Rooeeveltian flank movement
when he gave that "open letter" to :
the press? i
The Boston Herald points out Unit
the predomination of New Enfant .n-j
terests in national polic'o- ?s t'.ue;
fcilcly to tre fact mat slio m-.h lu r
mru in Was'.iiugton tiil le:i( m ii-
'"e gives them seniority om in" c .n
i.t.ttees which dictate to P.-gNuitl m.
That was onee the policy o! '.be
South and it i a policy to
-.i'k'v.I wiiely return. i'J ; fill
In saying that the ught Mr jrogr'B
sive popular government bad "mere-
ly begun" and would continue des-
pite the recent decision ai the pol's
the colonel makes it plain that lie
thinks the hlsiory of this country is
important as a means to the devel-
opment of flower or statesmanship
known to us in his mind and p"rsoii.
Also that he scorns any deelKion or
the people that Is not "i:; accord
- LAW ENFORCEMENT ' .i
One of the significant feature. of
the late campuigu in Oklahoma. was.
the bitter war waged upon the sherr
iffs of the state says the New State
Tirbune. No parties und few coun-
ties were exempt from this condition.
Democrats and Republicans and So-cia!l.-ts
Joined in a common effort
to defeat the presor.t sheriffs. Comi-
ties with heavy Democratic major-
ities elected Republicans to tne chief
bailiffs office while otner counties
with heavy Republican majorities
elected Democrats to keep prison for
the next four years. In some coun-
ties the Socialists supported Demo-
crats in others they supported Ko-
lulilicaus. r.ogan county w ith a Republican
majority of l.Cuti elected a Democrat
ic sheriff. Hughes with a Democratic
majority of "Toil elected a Republican
r.heriff by votes. Tulsa with 5(10
Democratic votes to spare elected a
Republican sheriff. The only county
(.ificial the Rvpublicans saved in Seni
iiude was their nominee for sheriff.
The Democratic county of Marshall
elected a Socialist sheriff. Pontotoc
always Democratic by 1.2uo to l.:on
tlected a Democratic sheriff by only
i'.. Pottawotomle. with a Democrat
a majority so beastly as to giAe a
Republican appoplexy elected the.
Democratic candidate for sheriff by
a niojority so small that the official
count may say that its :io majority at
A condition so .widespread and so
apparent is not without its meaning
It shows ihat the public conscience
is aioused and that the people are de
iermined to have law enforcement
It was inevitable that in a new state
txisU.ig conditions made the enforce-
ment of the law a matter exceedingly
difficult. The prohibition law also
multiplied the difficulties or the dir-
i"eut sheriffs. Such a law Is not
easy to eiiforce even in older ntates
In Oklahoma it is particularly diffi-
cult as a matter of course. These
conditions will explain in part the
general crusade engaged in by the
voters on election day.
There is a warning in this move-
ment that panics will do well to
hee. Law enforcement will engage
the public mind for the future- more
than it has done In the st. Tb
public will not tolerate a I:x admin-
istration ol justice by any poilUrni
party. No political orgaiiizallun can
play fact-am! Use with the police
powej- without finding Hip whip of
the avenging public cracking at its
.Mjre .fihati VliHt nhe Toli1hltioi?
('piiicut. of public roids w val.cu. I
re.Uleu . Y. fiutcy hi ine
Soul hern ' railwav e.)!'cssed the Idol
pointedly when lie ileclan-d:
"Uverybody hh Kua recognized
nee:! of ooi! mads jvefbody
been convinced that wo ought
have them. Legislatures have
Over the State
propria! cd larg( sums for
Pl(vc:iiciltii i.dj toiidA!(is )Ut
PurooKes.. (a . wo. . iiaviut
lor. nI to. gel .loaeUu'r and. aci WKyltak't
iugs with ten:n worit. ...
"U.l graiilylng to poto .t rut r I a the
oigaiiuai ion. ol iiii: .movement tuo
railway Jnteresls buvt' jilued with
farmers . inauulacturcrs ediicntors
and citi.eiis generally. This is fts
it should lic .for tl'.cre is not a single
held of our ' bu.siness and civic HIV
that .will not. profit by ttv Improve-
ii'ent. of hlttl'-wov."' : ' '
a-. A ? Hl.iMiO lire dest rayed tin
I I ' i f Jk. ..
HAVING THb eLUiS
Having the blues waeii you cant
see the brightest sunshine.
When a baby's prattle annoys you.
.When pretty women. look ugly.
When line looking men. appear as
When the wisdom of Solomon fails
to Interest .
When real jokes don't make you
A .evere cold surely would devel-
ops i lit o pneumonia If you have the
dl-easo called the blues. It affects
mentally and physically.
;'rhe man with the. blues goes early
to. bed or gets drunk; then the blues'
are bluer.- . ... ' ' I
''Xls jipt . pleasant subject this of j
beijiif .blu.O but tit's one well worth
th'lu!iig'..bo4; tbr:-.rc'.llz!ig that
tho plufiidov!Js Iv'VG.jypu in their ten-ac.iKSi-.jjon
i If you have nerve)
use 'ycitr 'knife or your big gun
on UlCUl. -t .. T '
; Then you'll .be -fiercely or better
sensibly happy. Sioux City Journal.
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Will Coming Widow Work.
A life Insurance circular Is bead-
ed: "Will the coming widow work?."
Why sliotildn't all wo.i en work?
Why shouldn't all women work?
Those who do not are a great burd-
en and nuisance in the world vapid
bile empty-headed creatures who do
not. cam the consideration they get.
We all admit tiat U:e nobility of
niiiu Is worked out in the arena of
honorable labor. Why should "c
seek to eduile woman from the glori
e ns laurels to be obtained . from the
exercise of her brains hands and
eyes? "Will your coining widow
work? If she won't what is the use
ef stinting yourself
Insurance for l-cr?
as little as little as
l:er Idleness cannot
r.r troubles than it
Hamlet remarked to
a light mourning that best
lazy willow. News Letter.
to pile up life
Leave her with
possible so that
then work larg-
diies now. As
tho ghost It is
'o year "juiLw u t rer
iwrcncc Mat tews is -being I rted out
in the district court' ul (iulhi'io.
In mes chapman a iieyro ls(the ac-
cused " ' !
A '.(rmii)(i() reclamation project Is
on iffiri"'.lfitwnee. A contract litis I
Iteeu1 let 'for : the consti'ttcthtii of u
drainage ditch that wilt reclaim 1S-
f.Hlt)1 acres of the richest la m. in the
Lang it between the cars of tt train i
which' hud just cat In two A. JJurn-
Himw a lutua brakeman Monday sus-
tainer1 a crushed hip. He Is not ex
pected to live.
Tulsa bank clearings for last week!
show an average of '.i:172.a(J a day I
lor five business days.
Work is beginning on a new round-
house in the Frisco yards at Lawtoii-I
Haydc" Lane of Pawnee caught a.
wild cat that weighed 35 pounds. Lane
fnld. it resembles a bale of barbed
V.a .. Hi. .111.1.... -yn'.;:.
V. R. Samuels secretary -uf . lhe
Dctuucncjlc' state Liimpaigu Commit-
tee. Is ';eani to be siated fof state
bank examiner under Lee- Cruce.
lames Menefee state treasurer clso
"An effort Is being made to dis(uai-
ify Wado S. Stanflcld district Judge-1
elect at Sapulpa charging that he had:-
t:ot practiced In the state Buprcme.
court for four years prior to his elec
tion. . i
Notwithstanding the fact that tho!
btate supreme court bus deprived the
htate capital location commission of
lis legal existence the offices of tho
commission at Oklahoma City are
till open in charge of Secretary
W. F. Cook a farmer living near
l.awton was fatally injured in a run-
away Monday while out driving with
is wife and little daughter. He was
thrown out of his buggy und Into tho
wheel of a passing vehicle.
More than a thousand hunting li-
censes t'aave been issued for this
reason from the county clerk's ollice
at Tulaa. .
Tho state dental board decided at
the Outhrio meeting Monday to hold;
its meeting at Claremore.
The state has decided that the
Woo iwanl f cjitizcuh are all capital-
ists. The' 'new school land addition
i:s to he sold in blocks only. .
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Society Srano Vj V - 7 t
homes I twTHi V l iV A TK P!
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law of Oklahoma Is today on trial
"A New York authority on eggs says
the best egg Is what was laid last
April or May. and has been in cold i
biorage ever since ile calls it also
a fresh egg and is to lie preferred to
an August or September egg that is
put in cold storage soon after It was!
laid. For all purposes except poach-j
ing the April egg is the best in the
The reason assigned by this eg;
authority for excellence of tho April
crg was that it is a stronger egg
as more vigor or vitality in it than
one laid in the fall for by t hat tin
i he hen is pretty nearly laid out. The
glory of cold storage this egg man
describes In luxurious accents. There
me now according to him KiO.oouoihi
April and May eggs in storage which
'.re sold at 1 cents a dozen but If
It'iern wis no cold slonn'.e and an
April egg of pri:ti".e vigoT had in
some ay reached into November it
wouid rival the egs or the golden
goo-ie of the golden days but that
ci; man has gone daft. The best egj
THE. TEX AS WONDER
cures Kidney Rladder and Rheumatic
troubles.' $.J0 buttle seldom fails to
cive quick and permanent relief.
Write for local testimonials Dr. W.
K. Hall. 2!i2li Olive St. St. lxmis Mo.
iold by nil druggists.
AVIi aiv conli'iKlinj;' lot supivinaey
' 1 - - 1' . I Ml 1
coiiinu'ri'iiu liroiessioiiiii uuu
soci.-il Dositioit oudit to know tho
value of (jO()lma-H
aid to the attainment of your prize.
A good appearance paves thejjray.
Oui' suitsvvill Kivt' von tlmtaii-
pearaiinby drt'ssin you diffcr-
ntlr yet diffnifiedly plainly; but
I'ichly e nscT'vatively!but di$jline-
i ?S6cigty-Bsrand and Stein-Bloch Clothes
Are designed and tailored with this fact; ..imview. They will fill your
OAei'y't-a'llh'oin daylight to darkness' and beyond. Jjut you must try them to
know tlieni. j: ' ';.: v i: ;'; ; -Mr:-. L ' -; :
Wisdom points to a try-on. . -
Suits $20.00 to $30.00 and All Prices Between
Clothcraf t Suits $7.50 to $22.50
Overcoats- All Styles and Prices
Mens Dress Gloves
We carry a very large
and attractive assort-
ment $1 $2.50 per pair
NOTICE OF DISOLUTION
b OF PARTNERSHIP
The partnership hertoforo existing
iimler tho name of the Thomas Drug
Company wherein Kuss Thomas and
M. O. Thomas of Coyle Oklahoma
wore general partners 1 this 2 1st
day of November 1910 dissolved by
mutual consent. All bills owed to the
firm or owing by the firm must he
settled wiih M. O. Thomas. Kuss
Thomas M. G. Thomas.
knows exactly how to manage a hus-
band seldom gets a chance to deman-
stiate her theories.
along comes a
(IcHignIng woman and
today may save a rip to-
ing a lot. of
credit for li.iv-
If isn't moensary to believo
ever what you believed once.
The game of polities is all
for an n wiui wish to try out
Unfortunately the woman who
A good excuse Is seldom any more
effective than a poor one.
About the time a man reaches tthe
age where he begins to enjoy life.
When a man is under a cloud him-
self he is always interested In the
clouds of other people.
OecussionaHy a man Is Innocent
enough to believe a girl loves him
lK'cau.-'o she tells him nlie'doos.
GOOD RESULTS ALWAYS FOLLOW
The use of Foley Kidney I'ills. They
are upbuilding strengthening und
soothing. Tonle In action quick lit
results. J. N. Wallace.
il ! iti
today is pro-
"o. With the proper enforcement ot
the prouibitio.!- law the sentiment will
grew in strength from year to year.
It has both right and Justice for tts
handmaids and the future is in its
hands. Hut if the law in not enforc-
ed. to the loiter If our constitutional
inhibition on iiiptor dealing becomes
a legal farce then the prohibition
iiea.wUI l-'se. Its sa.:ctity and a de-.
niand for the law's repeai will hcv
come too powerful to deny. Jt be- !
coin's every good citizen of Ohia-j.
hon:a. csjiecially every one who on-j-tertuins
the prohibition Idea to strive j
tor go(.)i government and for law en-
fureeiiieiit In the btate.
w as gat; en u irom ine
mid country-fried that very
morning. They cost only 15 cents a
do.t H. That was the Cfg of '! Kood
old days before we had so mum
( isillai-l in "aiil high iinanee. Ohio
Srme. "Journal. :
THE CRY OF lilS CHILD
Sitinglield Rvpubli(yin: Kxii-
bo.ly must have fell kindlv lowaid
fat Washington jurist whose bart
Rs so stirre! wit: sympaihy at the
gentle wail of a baby in his court
room thai he gave
trial who was the
er only half th Jail sentence
the case really merited.
Isn't it a great pity t'.ongh. that
the father could not have been tdm-
Harly affected by the ttny cry of his
own helpless offspring and tuts have
been kept from doing wrong?" IsnT 1''
NATIONAL GOOD ROADS WORK
There was organized ut Washing-
ton City yesterday the American As-soi-bt'on
for Highway Improvement
the purpose of wliicl" will he to unite
and co-oriinaf; into a uatioiiAvkic
movement fra good roads work- now
the prisoner on; Mug prosu-cutod by individual states
little one's lath- and communities.
kh I The importance of such a step is!
' obvious. For. wllle each state ami! The
. . e.."ri Lords. J3i the Nile
I lit ten in Kivnti ' ' :
Jr. -:; I e Van Zile Hi ldcn. in I.i.kIu.'k
'Hie shadoof slugs to t :e snUieh
And tlie sa kk loh "h voice rings clear
" "I'is tiie Nile j know. . -
With its penile flow
Kiii:;i strensth to our' cauntrv dear."
legrettalile that the. thing
awaken tne interest mul the sympa-
thies of outsiders do not - havp ut
least as strong an effect upin those
who are closer to t c heart 'of ti e
matter and wtio should he tar mor
iniereHte.i in doing through love that
which the distant on looker in mov
ivrrcre impulse T.rflnrr.iTT'
:rmr the wffsOTrT!rrny! Tanei '-prrssnng
'.ifciion has its own peculiar
b ins and niust employ its own
ods in th MB.t'.ouuiem of
iugr.aR it is at (lie Rau
tnut "the good roads tiuestion in
fiwsi isi asptM r. concf-rns t'e
'ihe s' adoof sings to the saUkieth
And t e s :adoof singe again
"Through the ages past.
While the vorid uball last.
We're ileep in the lives of men."
ssadoof sings to the saKkieth.
And the hakkieh turns her wheel
'Your men's luown skin
And my canie t.'iin.
Are graved on te harvest seal."'
tile union alike: ( r:ri.atii!.y no stato
ran reap the largest ineBbU'A' of lc-nti
tits from improved roaAs! uncll its
neighboring stste fa Dct'ii arouse!
to iheir importance. ' .
-Kou lwayn. above rvf-i-vrtiiu-r else.
t i;r aceoNiio wilh a
STH?f-iTi;ir Tti'ey arc to Mieati the mo t
goodli ihe 'people. That is
sykkioth . :
" ... m . ..': . . vi u i i .iu i in; li'S IliU ! l j " I i I n . . .1 II iji ..lliwav HWCUK UI'O
world woeld have thought him cruel needed in Oklahoma. Iuuder"ti.at
hidecd ptn liow about the" parent the fanners aed 'tlie general public
who whs tie child's natural protector! of one county may enjoy good roads.
ttd who should have tieon t ; first the adj -.liiing : coiintv rues' he broucht
lu tiiiuk ot Us in.rrpxN in all thing' into co-opentt on. Some co'vinon nud
to weigh th ft'ct of his every act definite plan must bk pin sued. Oth-
upon it welfare? M be -accepting jerwlse the traveler will tin) hi first
ihiH leniency wibdi he. hud not earned few miles of easy going impedci by
Jeel shame at not having: let thai' ruts and bogi
KliderncKs una light ? J t-iutun lor Highway improvement Is
;r"n5iLMif not. It Is those vvbo havejti at it applies tMs very principle to
uot themm-ives broken the law who the country at large. Ixmg ago it
Sit: expected m allow mercy towardjhas been Keen tiul the de Vf loptuelit
i i-rl is feilowj. I'pOB ' the latter the of uaierwav must ! treatH as an
floidj lius nol laid a very heavy re liitetstale and in p'" tit Vast
The s adoof sings to the
And the wheel throw the.
i rom dawn tin noon .. .
TCI die credent moon'
Siilucs down where tho s uidows lie.
The s"iadiof Viugs-'to the sukkieth
And upward the water flings; ;
"V.'e'ie lor.js id' tl.o.'land.
We reclaim' the' sa!ui:-' '. n
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'"..''"I tt'-e JpiiibKiiCf 3iings
fcOTH S P E E D V ' A N 6' E F FE C T I V E '
This Iinlieateg the action of Foley
Kidney !ilU as S. l'arsons. liattlo
Creek Mich. illustrates: "I have
buen afflicted with a severe case of
kldny and bladder trouble for which
I found no relief urtll I used Foley
Kidney Pills. Tlmsp cured m ot.
Asi- ttrely of nil niy ailments. I was
troubled with backaches and severe
shooting pains with annoying urinary
Irregularities. The steady use of Ko-!
ley Kidney Tills rid me entirely of a!! j
niy former troubles. They have my 1
as a;h'ghcKl recommendations." J.' v j
argams ; loii are ireer
The Home pf Cheap Prices offers an array of
Good Bargains. For Instance:
'f. .i.iiiiuisl -!ii
i-iii':0 Miii-.ii't iT ."I'i
1 i:tii t'o v'Mif 'i;il
Nerlvlit'S silk reversible foiir-in-band. in
very latest colorings light dark -and QJn
medium; regular 50c values for . .. .fcJb
Men's Half Hose double heel and HJ
toe all colors 2 pair for
Men's Blue Overalls made especially
for St. Louis Racket C
all sizes . .... 0
Men's unliiied working (jloves
for soc doc and
Alarm Clocks full sic all brass PQn
movement has shut-off alarm each UJU
!.... . 1.".... t. ..(.. .;.o a in 1 - nn
jrood stromr weanntr material for. .wi
Men's canvass (doves ''
Kxteii.-rtui Curtain Ivods
. per pair 50 ami
' Head Necklaces' all colors
styles for ... v ...
- .Hat J'ins big assortment iu
; m;oi ' MvlV e;idi . '.' : : . . ; .
: T.'.''t1r;ifa!H (Iic'v-itV Wst;'
lo rolls for. -...-.ti
Knamclcd Coffee and
for 15c and
Tin Wash Pans for
5c toe and
trong wearing material for.. .wUli
from 10c to . . . .
Tiiiki.-h 'J'ouels some with fringe in
some hemmed for each lUu
Sad Irons nickel plated
handle japanned iron stand for
set of 3 irons ...... .'
Jtbt received a big shipment of Thanks-
giving and Comic 'Postal If
Cards each ..''. ' '' lb
Paramount P.rass Wash "Hoard. This
Ixiard has three Jiorizoiial braces and OCn
is extra well made; on sale for 4ub
- - Table Daniask";-thc very brsrqtisrtTT"
Mercerized ..Table Damask the Ui;u'e.si.and
pretiicip;ujerns; tne.- kiuik
stay while; for only
efi 'iao errand
SI'. LOUIS RACKET
Jht (level- Wallace
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