The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 38, No. 136, Ed. 1 Monday, June 3, 1912 Page: 1 of 8
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The Guthrie Daily Leader. (
(HITJIRIK OK LA IK) MA .MONDAY J IN I ;J
BOY OF FIFTEEN YEARS
The June Bride Problem
GOMM TS SUICIDE BY
ii be pra
'A-. . WJi it- va n V
) i tiim r- T ' t
ALFRED LEWIS SAYS PRESI-
DENT HAS DECIDED CASE
WHERE 1. R. BETS
SOME OF HIS F
Crane o( Chicago Spends $450
000 to Defeat Taft for
(Hy Alfred Henry Lewis)
Washington I). C June ;; I have
definite -information thai President
Taft. ' name will not appear before the
' That much was decided last oven-
inu and decided by Taft himself.
This 'will be emphatically denied
for a few days in the hope of finding a
t.ew man on whom standpatters can
combine to beat. Roosevelt. Hut there
is no such man.
Fairly sperf I; i uw. and putting it the
0 softest way tor Taft. lie has been
whipped and beaten from the 'field.
The news from .New Jersey came as a
last feather to the camel's hack of his
resolution which had begun bending:
with Illinois and Massachusetts and
has been showing increased signs of
hi caking over since.
(ioethe once wrote the 'Sorrow a
of Werther." Some American loot he
ought to write the "Troubles of Taft."
lie went into the White House three
yearn aso belted about hy those
whom he thought were his friends.
'I hey have turned out to be only a
beaming host of political bread liners
villi expectant hearts and hands out-
stretched. Cannot Find Friends
With a Search Warrant.
mey useu mm ana now nicy
Pert nun. r.ore once iiu'v nail trou
ble seeing him. and pushed and jock
eved and jOStlod for the privilege he
now has even more trouble in seein
Such as Cannon Hale lioot. Sherm-
in and others of a similar selfish
fuither he is in this his hour of
Bloom and mourn ins. unable to 'find
with a search warrant.
What comes bitterest to one of
Taft's soft-baked and defenseless tem-
lieniment is that he receives more or
less sympathy Cannon makes no se-
cret of his satisfaction at the dis-
asters which have overtaken Taft. He Hie A. F. Sever ms properly on
says that Taft never should have put ' I' Hilahoma avenue occupied by the
MacVoagh and Fisher in his cabinet p .uthrie Hardware store was p-
Illinois did not want (hem: they turned by the assessor at -1 .nun.
wern't liefiublicRiis. Their iiortfolios The couil reduced this t d SlU.ooO.
were a slap in the lace of an oldtitiK
L.tnois Republicanism which has
borne the heat and llie burden of the
"Uncle Joe' Cannon Is
Old. Hard And Wise
Cannon is old and hard and wise.
Observing (he soft weaknesses of
Taft lit" feels and lias felt only con-
tempt for I hose weaknesses while
ttudyin- to take advantage of them.
Then1 is no scaring such as Cannon
pnd eo he noes about openly in the
clearing (hat il was Taft's own in-
consistencies and inratii tides and
general want of lii;htini? eouraue
which digged the pit into which he
"Roosevelt called us his enemies "
f-aid Cannon "and smote us in from.
"J aft assumed that he and w e were
lriends; but. as we turned our backs
to go he kicked us Irom behind."
Cranes Put Up
$150000 For Teddy
There was a certain rich old gentle-
man named Crane in Chicago. His
fon was appointed ambassador to
China. Japan put in a private kick.
Taft who is diplomatic t'.'t with the
diplomacy which resenting nothing
tiever h'slits ordered the recall of
ouns Crane before he had reached
his post in Pekin. It was done to
placate Japan although as a basis for
the recall it was pretended that
."'oiniK Crane had said something or
done something unbeeoinini; an am-
bassador and a diplomat.
These eats have long- tails. The
(Continued on face i.)
SEVEN INJURED IN BATTLE
OF POLICE AND STRIKERS
(By A-ssociated I'les.)
Clinton Mass.. June " Seven per-
sons including two womep. were
voundeil in a battle between the po-
lice and the striking l.aiuastei mill
weavers here today.
The police used recolvers.
The strikers hurled bricks and
stones. One striker was injured seri-
ously. ATTEND CONVENTION
State Labor Commissioner C
laugherty. Factory Inspector (1
Uavren Hiin Ass Slant hactorv In i
f V Pmiriitllv tuft .ini...-i(kie
tnorning for Washington where ti.ev
will attend :he convention of the In-
ternational Association of Factory In-
spectors which opens June 4.
RULES FOR GUIDANCE
OF UN IN CASE
OF BIRTH OR DEATH
New York. June ."--The inter- !
y. national congress on the laws of r
X aviation which is now in session
'.'. in Paris lias adopted a regain- '.
tion for I he guidance of an !
'.'. aviator on whose machine a birth ;
X or death occurs. '.
' 'I'he new rule of international X
law is as follows:
"In the event of a birth or a X
X death occiiriug on an air craft
X the pilot must enter the event X
'.' in a logbook and nolif the an-
;'. ilioiities at. the first place he de- X
n disinci court this afternoon
Indue Huston handed down his de-
cision in the several tax cases tried
In every case be reduced the as
sessed valuation from that made by
the board of equalization In some
cases he allowed the original as
sessment as returned ov the city
issessor stand. In the case of the
""rank Hale property on Oklahoma
iveiiue occupied by the Abcll store
ie reduced the assessment from
;. )u u
The original as-
sessment as returned by the eity
i "issessor on this niiniertv was SV-
I - .. . ... ;..... ...i; ; e
i-'ase yhen tried convinced the court
.'hat the orUinil assessment on this
property was ton low and the iinal
-;iise by the state too liish. lie
.therefore struck a happy medium by
piacin; it at tut. The Dale
home on (he West Side as icduecd
.from $l'iu"t to $S.''eii. In this case
'lie court allow i'd the original as-
sessment made by tlte assessor to
The Uitterhuscii lirotbers' prop-
erty on Fast Oklahoma avenue was
reduced irom $7." mi to jCi.iMi'. .
tn tin' lour cases from Mulhall the
court cut off the increase made by
lie state board 'ind iillowed I hem to
island at (lie original assessinent as
retuiued by the township assessor.
The cases tried are till IP II assess-
I oinmeneeiiient exercises of
Methodist university bei;ln
BE 1ADE 01
THE YELLOW PERIL AND
COTTONWOOD MUST BE
j The dandelion is a pest and must
j be eliminated. The female cotton
wood is also a pest and must o.
Have you noticed the cotton Hying
in the air of hue? This all comes
from the cottonwood tree .f (he
jfemaie specie which is just now
iin.M'y em:--.:;ed in shedding its cot-
i ton. it flies in the air and settles on
clothes Hid is generally a nuisance.
Guthrie folk particularly tiiose who
have an eye for beauty are engaged
in a bailie rtival with these two
pe-:s. The daudel'on is the hardest
of the two to exterminate. Already
thi plant has begun to riper seeds
o ie wn.ieu u. ew- w ;mi
settle m other lawns and gardens.
:e head of a dandelion will
mntiire several handed of these
small winged seeds. Cnlb-.e r'1tl land townshTp and J- F. Met; for i'i.-- ''1'r' l-- i" ;m : c- -j.joi'.a apt - .yu .m :y-
seed4 for the sarden and the farm. .. f -nt..a tn -wht. I'l'i' to the poor hay crop and the ..ept s travcl.rig evpen-es was allow
Continued on 1'age ')
SMALL BOYS ROB FENTON'S
SHOE STORE NOW IN
(Jeorne. Triiett a;;ed !.'. and I trice
iornaii. aed ll. were arrested by
tin' police this morning chained wim
breaking into the Kenton slioe ;itoie
iiiid the Towers barber shop Sunday
niH'ht. and stealing five )airs of shoes
i.nd three razors.
When first arrested tin1 boys stout-
ly declared their innocence tun
ter Sersenat Yanipiier at police .sta-
tion put them through tp. third de
tree" i hey were nkid to come throiislt
with the whole stor.
The Trnett bov told the otlh ors h .'
and Morgan trained entrance to the
Towers' harbor shop throu:;h an open
window. The; tried to pry open the
money drawer at thi.- phu e but were
unable to lo SO. Tbe liieu took three
razors which the-- allei wards hid nn-
oer ;i building oif ( )kla homa Ae. oc-
t unied hv i lie I Itirsi.- rea I esta ie
office. The office's recovered the
At the -'etitoli shoe store the bo'3
jl'ied open a window in4the back part
of the iiuilditiL; and sained an entrance
They also made an effort at this place
to net into the cash register but. had
t.o tools with them strong enough to
break the lock. 'ot lieini; able to yet
money the younn roljbeis took- .shoes.
They selected five of the be.t pair
they could tind. When arrested this
morning the Morgan hoc was wear-
Ufx a pail' of the stolen shoes.
On account of their tiscs. tiie hoy;
vu)l be turned over to Jude Strang
of llie jiiveniie ourt. for setiletice.
i BOARD BUYS NEW ELEC
TION BOXES AND LOCKS
The count. election board has .hist
flosed a contract with ft. I.. Hirsehi
for new metal election boxes and
locks. The o!d wooden boxes will be
discarded and the new ones h.-ed
reafter. l-.'ach box has two locks
each loci; different from the other.
This is something that litis long been
JOHN S. FAVOR FILES FOR
John S. -Favor jifesem count' com-
missioner from tiie south Logan d;s-
i.r..t .1 ...I r. .1 t.ij ti..i;i in
. ; . . . . .
jUca u. nuIiU. wi.h .ecretat". of
h ;h-iih bo:. -t tod..'- as
i :...'.. .1. i i.c
H i n I IHJi'l ' ' I t l 111 llflt' ti a i it n r' t .
'.. loti;. frtr ro .t wrt-
'frX t t ftp
wim iiiTm--i ir . : .
TOUGH IN SIN
A5 MAHV .AM Nr.
I WEDPlMGS s yoo.
-WAVE- T ww
TYRANNY OF INDIAN OF-
FICE AT PAWHUSKA IS
I'awhuska Okl.i.. June ;: A Perce
election b in progress today in tic
Osage tribe. A new tribal chiel an
assistant chief and eight con mi I men
are being balloted on. The t : ibr is
in civil revolt ;e.'aiui! present eomli
t ions and urge upon congress the ne-
cessity for radiia! reform in the In-
dian agent's oft ice. t'bief Brow n
says: "We should hear in mind that
llie Indian agents ofljee at I'awhus-
ka Oklahoma is and has "been much
concerned about feeping too great a
t lerical force and are too intent about
! crpet uat ing llie so-called aowrn-
hient school whieh is and lias been a
'white (dephant' that lias cost too
much and rendered little or no serv-
ice or benefit whatever.
. -. ...
Motor Cyclists Visit Mineral Springs
Twenl-two iiiiitorc.v i-lists trom Or
lahoma ';iy spent several Immi
Cutlirie yesiei'dai- The. -a
tirink the miticral waters
SUBSISTENCE IS H I G II E IV
NOW THAN IT WAS IN
-:o i.iji-il I'les.s (
..lie .: - It co i s mo e
l-i live iir:iia Ju tie L' i '. I ban it ever
has before ; tie- Lliiled Stpic.i. i'X-
i ept during war l. me. tee j
- .:. : .
i fl.t tngle-i I ii.tr ;!. ;
isti a c. oi d ' ti g to trail- i
authol'it ies Komi js now H'.e h'glios!
on retind: neat eggs buH.r. '"..-h '
I.' toes cotfee. le.i. Mg;u'. .-a I ii'a--es
rice beans. .Uel peas ;pi.'.i;i .
twenty-two per .t Irglw: . wie: j
lorn oil's ba'i" and !;our. U thirf
three rer cent h:-her; i ' t 1 1 ! -
s:x iter cent lii-i'-ei': pots is tor
''"(. higher and mutton :itty per cent
t-vnera i high tost of provender.
.Z "A.. .
IF HE LOSES THE CHICAGO
CONVENTION WILL ORGAN-
IZE NEW PARTY
Ity Associated Tress.
Lincoln eb. June :; - ITedict.ing
that il Colonel (ooseeh fails of the
l.'epiibiican nomination he will bolt
and that be i ; 1 ready ma king plans
:'i 1 1 1 ; t connect ton. and that lunlier-
liMire. hin opposMioii to Senalo:' Kooi
- I einpora ry i-hti irmati is 1 be nrst
.-iep ill that direction. W
sav.s in die last issue of hi:
"W'e hae now tipproaidieil near
I'tiougb to the lie publican iiationa!
on veil t ion to torecast the action of
Iba' liod'.. Ivx-I'.esidem l(oose c-l I.
will apparently hn o a ma iority of
the t is.) t i 1 1 r 1 1 slates while I'resith'ni
(Tal't seem- MUeiy to have a majority
! Ho- convention including llie
!t .. ...:. vll(
-. i- .1 irli.. h-
11 ! Koosevc-'t i;ij iiei-n caie'ul to arrange
!;.!" eolllCStillg tieb-gaies from the
! South. This was the lirst indication
If f his intention to bolt Wjih a ma-
1 .1 1 : " i r of the mii'lbi.-ni delegates be
;i-; m iiosiiiou to have a convent ion ot
li s own in case his- contesting d'le
! iii"' are i-e'iised admission. The
oiiclusioii. iherefore is llnit Mr.
;Loosevet will be the nominee of the
regular convent ion or the nominee of
;a brdfing convention (let reatl.v for
II 's caiididacy. (e is sure to run."
0E11 MORE BATTLESHIPS
I ! '. A - -ociii I ed I'l e - s
-e .i..llr.:H)li J'ilie " Tin senate
. em in it tee on iiival a I ! a ; t - has re-st.ji.-d
io tiie a. i :it a pproji'la ui'i
: I Hi" ;irov isloii two new i.atlle-
-b": each ; i ! ' . That scllon was
- 1 r. .-ti ii.it bv ! lie house.
'tie' senate iillllti fee fee ej ai-O
ro 'dt ! to eight submarines instead
1 lour a.-' Voted V- 'he hoUse; !he
eli.lte adoiileij the tltlielldllleni io' the
. e -:ol a ' ion ot lie- III' i.nilll ;!; ii lor
ue i real ion of the National I'f.i.ncji
ii de'cii-.o ! iintilor.7ei the s. !'!
: : i of war to Imiv war ma t -: .; '
'''.ad :ll -I'i eilie' g- V all-l l'to lleii
e a nop'oti iiot.ar
. s s y s ' e m .
jundr Bill Cut Oceu
U'a-!::ngio::. ! .
- V Oi l'l
: Im c.v 'I a i .;'o ;
ed to the- house .Ilia . .
t'-e .I'lilisilii t';e yie-i.
Tie- (i! a 1 ; e ; d.-.i-j i -n
i 'It'ie ovei a Ipuid ed
l 1 '.' i on.- a lit-a . v i isiir; ion
HI Me provision :o-' th
ana ma ca-
t.ai. I he annua
weti'i- five thousand
d to remain ia the bill.
l.ou:.- i!le. June :; Twenty.
the u.ttiessen t i I ! aflevnoon roll
IJ'liled llie t tli'ies'oll of a
i orotier's miiv thai I '.nice I'm
lllelt. ! ."i e;n s old. had Ulllllllil ! ed
In eM Uaf ion iu'o the kid's end
ill;.: w as re opened after li; ; lath-
had espfessed )i i belief that
oiiny liiiiineil hud heen y tu li-
ed" 1r ;!i !'( Mows
I lii'ee 'A ei'Ks a.;o t Ie
corpse wa.-. found b.iimih
uHlhiiihhnt; of his home.
T. R. MEN SEEK TO SEAT
NEW NATIONAL COM-
MITTEEMEN t Ity Associated I'l'ess.
I'hh ago June :i - Ii was announc-
ed last nielli that the first real test
of strength between Koosevei! and ion declared (hat the country waH
Taft will come next Thursday when ..confronted with the greatest crisis to
H. Ik Howell ot omaha. national re- the memory id' this generation
publirun committeeman elect from He deplored (he absence from the
.Nebraska will demand to he seated J oil s of a great percentage of llie vot-
us the successor of Victor Rose- rs at. the recent state primaries. lie
water acting eliairmati of the na-'"'viewed the high co.?t of living de-
tional republican coin ui'i 1 1 ee prior hiring that it was not due to the tar-
to the hearing of contests bv that " law. iiurfon spoke until 3:20
bo.lv. The Roosevelt managers are .(-'dock this afternoon anil ended his
prepared to make a determined tight "'m h by saying: "We yield nofh-
to have Mr. Howell seated and if
thev succeed thev will demand thai lr VVI! 10 hsii thl3 "veiling before
llorden l. Whiting of New Jersey onvmitjon gets down to actual
Thoma.s N iedringhaus of Missouri. w'oriv-
and other national comiiiitteenien-
elect chosen either by direct prt-
m.'irv or state convention be weal-
y ibis mentis lliey may .succeed
ill colli I'o'liU:' the imt ioiut commit
tee ami deciding whether .Senator
l-'.lihu Root of Now York shall he
recommend ;i- temporary chairmaii
of I be cotn iit ion.
ASSESSED VALUATION OF
COUNTY 8370000 HIGHER
THIS YEAR OVER LAST i '
The follow big iS the js.esed ' .iliia-
t ion oi the onnl y (.- ret urned b the
count v jisse !.; .
The ( Hi! ti- ie eif pi I solial iU'(ipei i
assessed ibis v ear .it $-.'n.s I fix
empi ions 1 ; ."ct'S.c
The assessed 'alui!;on of town lots
p t be I ou lit v is I'i-i i rnetl this ea r
(luthi'ie rH; property tola's .."..-e t.-
amount-' in t ' s 1
ll the rtitill! v
I s e m 1 1 1 ; o 1 1
The assos-ed a! ijitioli as I t ; U led
tills veiir by Lie as-'-:- or t : $ ::.'""
higher i han was returned last y ;ir
as a w hob-
GUTHRIE BOYS WILL WALK';
TO OKLAHOMA CITY WlTIl''
"THE LITTLE MINISTER"
UIO' I !U
A 'ii i iiii' Ii '
1 1 1 1 in.; r i ' i o
I eli lit'..
d tie- Li
Of tiie ;
' el na t 'i
.n't o' ; : i '
t ! o-
1 e r
' . nerua ' it
ll 1 l'eS.1'
tr . i.. Th i it -ii. ) v
Mr. Xt.e.tni'h' .-; e
i. v t ' nn.v.i I :
ii;!t j;y ij
ji: o e 'liemse' -- s'-m
COlpe P'1'"essav. r
i Contiam .1 en I'age ri
'NO COMPROMISE" SLOGAN
OF BOTH TAFT AND
T. R. MEN
BURTON DELIVERS KEY-
NOTE ADDRESS TO CONVENTION
Arizona Convention Selects Ha1!
and Hair Gov. Hadietj Susy
illy Associated i'resa.)
Columbus June '; "o compro-
mise." That was the s'jgan of both t.irt
Tat'' and Roosevelt leaders when Ui
Ohio Sm'e la-publican convention
opened this afternoon.
Senator liurton declared that the
ossip that the delegation would he
phi was not founded on fact.
I'eli vering I he kevtio'e speech l!nr-
.Half And Half In Arizona
i By Associated Frees.)
Tucson A :!... .Line : Taft and
Rooseep iR'lega'es hehl state con-
ventions' in the same hull here today.
Lmh elected six delegates' to the na-
iLonal convention at Chicago. The two
onvein ions were entirely harmonious.
Hartley Certifies Up Niedringhaus
i Hv Associated PresH.)
Jefferson City June ;: (Governor
lladlor as the teniKinent ehairmau
o1' the Republican state con vent ion-
loila' cert Hied the election of Thomas
K Neidrincliaus as national commit-
man fie- Missouri.
JEFFRIES ASKS COURT
FOR HABEAS CORPUS
II. O. jeft ries the Nowata edilo'r
iv ho is- charged with the murder of
Mr. Irene Coheeu. will have the
privilege of showing whv he should
t ot be released from the Nowata coun-
1 jail pending the trial of tits case.
The ni.itt of ri initial appeal Saf.ur-
ni issued a writ of habeas corpus
ri i it rtiii ate June ti. upon the appLea-
t on of letlrb-s who asserted that
i 'U 1 e is bl.ai ff;.':'eut evidell- e UiOU
1 w h iep i o hold h ; m without hail.
I A l i'ii use ri ;.! of the e iijence. lakeri
j-.!. I'll' i i ei ' II ilj.l .'V l;'-'uili- if owmui
jv .ii i'.ri ..-ii'oi v lei tb "" a p'.i l at i'vi.
j U-fi -- - i: ' li-' 'v. - ft li.-..-d Vti
ia'-thin i and tin. i -; 1 1 : i i r . -ts - 1 1 1 in the
j: : - v. U a n '(! .ti bi npon film
I which ihre;?.cis to impair bis health.
jfcrCll- Sites f em the eb jitld COUIl-
t . pir-sb .ans a. eiin;.i n " the app'i-
ll : iot!
! BOARD OF EQUAUZATIQN SHEETS
o hp. coium ss'otieis ami the
is-essjc. sbtbi g as a hoard of
I e. .in 1 ; . i i on. n.t rfrs morniii'g and
'mtie .La-e; .eijoi jc-d until t.oaior-
jt.w mo'tcii: :u ; o'c'.o.-. a' which
me (:Mi.i is: s aad.n.-'. as 'essnients
id ii" heat.t 'i'he assessor is clerk
!..itr.i o e-p.a'; .i tiott. b it doe
in o;e ot ttA '"ii'!hs:;;.i;ic that
iCOUNTY COMMISSIONERS MEET
ea 1 ti
' i'l g
Oi'.!iT .'. i otltm ss.otle!'..
t'da s ' d' in g up op: n
ovv rig nebs' The mat-
an . '-e .1; r.o btl'bi
i.i iic ri mi over for
the '.: titv cug'tueer
i ' e U ' on ' r est !111.'t'e
of im:ie needed e"
' mve br'ifges !icce-
1 fv As.jOvbated Pr?ssA
; Ve-.v i !''(;. ns. .L;n.r- (" vlaitom.i'
I't'ui'ga' an.i Tie.-siiav ur..et:!.
j Ch;ea-.t. J'trtf .Missouri: Cloudier
i e - ton gt or I ;'.S'i-.i '. Cooler.
Kaii-;is Showers cooler tOtf'sr'tit.
4T..e?ii-; g:;eriiily fa:r itwiei.
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