The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 35, No. 112, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 12, 1910 Page: 1 of 8
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FOUR MEMBERS OF CITY
COUNCIL ARE CHARGED
W. F. POWER ACCUSED DF
Form il Claim By Attorney for
Low Bidders That Council
Has a Pet Contractor
Charges that .Mayor Kanpiharson
and certain members of the city coun-
cil acted in an i 1 1 in ai-biti ary
maner in awarding the Last Side
sewer contract in k. Power aad
I hat. It. lin: been tli: pracice ol' or-
tain members to award contract.: to
Power nml that. Power procured a
collusive hid in t Us instance have
been formally present"' i ui the sn-
I'd iui- court it lias boon a matter
)! common knowledge and of freipiont
.'s-'eri ion hi ''hi' Leader that the re-
cent contract was not ht in good
C. G. llornor. lor White & Smith
has filed his amendment to the peti-
Hon for liifiiidamus to compel Hie let-
tins "f IV conl ract to t V low bid-
ders. An enriy hearhi' is to he l ad.
. The amended ietilion aver.-; tliat
the city council did not fail and re-
fuse to let the contract to V.'h it &.
Finith because of any disuuali tient ion
iii either of the plaintiffs in any waj
is contractors lint teal Hie action
"was solely an:! exclusively for t':e
purpose of favoring Power and to gife
l int preference over certain other bid-
di rs. ' :
It. Is chariicd that it has heen Hie
practice of certain menthol s of coun-
cil to award contracts to Power aml
that in this Instance they acted nrlii-
t'ariiy and in disregard of law- with
I lie object and purpose ol' favoi'inS
Power and paying hift) more for t In-t-.mirnol
Pal the plaintiffs were will
im; and leady to undertake the pith
for. It Is churned thai only f mr
members of council voted to invurd
Power Hie contract they happening
to constitute a niaioiity at the meet-
ing on September I'it.
CoKusion is char;."M with referent-
to Ihe Id I of .1. If. P.illilirs. It is
claimed that Powers procured Hie hid
of Hillings to n've the affair t'e rp
nouritmo of fairness and to lurnisi
1 ' in s-lf with pretended compel it ion.
It Is claimed that Hillings niid not bid
with tiny intention of securing the
.iid) and that there was an understanding-and
ar:reem"nl between Hi ' '
Council is ncused of not acting )u
good faith in advert ising for bids and
then rejecting the low bid.
The. power scandal has H uh assum-
ed formidable proportions and It will
undoubtedly bo a snbpecf for investi-
gation hv n srand jury. The elimina-
tinn of compel it ion is a serious thin;;
lor the properly owners. The four
coiincilnieti who pulled off the Power
job are Morrison 'Seymcr f luti iter
r nd Havtshorne. 'i'ney or Power or
some uirent nnnarenlly forced tli
mayor ami city attcrney ii.to
WMM UiiEl CASE
'The supreme court has granted n
now trial iu the case of Jessio Thomas:
nuainst Jud;e .). K. Thomas of Mus-
sokee a meinher of the code comuilx-
tjion. In the first case the supremo
court decided that a deed baid upon
"love and affection" was void In case
the grantee failed in wifely duty.
Mrs. Thomas made petition for a new
trial. Valuable property in Muskogee
""Tilt' .left'erson county seat case Is
before tin' supreme court. Waurika
won over Kyan in a farmer rehearins.
A lCheariiiit was btarted yesterfl.ty.
3 f'15 BODIES RLCGVEFFD
Py AssoclaLed rres1?
Ktarkvilk' Colo.. Oct. 12. Wwovf ry
of three more bodies and approach to
within four hund.red feet of entries
where twenty-fo'.ir others are hel'iH ?
ed ti) have been workinf was the re-
port from tho Suirkville mine this
miir'nliiK hv the wearied forcv-of nlRht
workers.- All hIkIh the fans continued
fcrcins back the poisonous (rases into
t!ie old workings.
C. S. McCetnas ;(!) a-Uo e.qiert was
t;.!cii la Xoiiiiiiii fiar.itarium today t;
pis own request. Hit! home is in
PORTUGAL CONTINUES TO BE
SCENE OF SERIOUS TROUBLE
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Gcndita on West Coast
Honduras Grew Mora
(l-!y As.ocl.-.teJ rri:.-;s.)
O.ii'ii;..-. Oct. I.'.-Word
i-ac!ie here a;im; that co! '!!-
oii the west coast of Humlnr.M
arni-n. Cuiarl W.l lad. ne ;)(
gincnioi- ii Atiiapala. leader it the
anli foreiizn cletnenl i jireacninfr i'ev-
olufion. I''n!'eineis are leirneu.led In
their homes; the natives are amu-a'd
to n hjijli pitch of ee!!eiiu nt VaPa-
darez has reij-e Co licniaml of P.-e---ident
ImvUit of ll-uiduras tliat lie re-
sign HLil tliieatens a trvoill'ien
Wa-ohiii'tnti. f). C ()cf. !'.-
patches from Minister Met'reerv
TeK'i"iRalpH say that (Jetieral Vnl
rev. (-pniir f ..'i:apa-n. final!;
acceded to tile ivmio-t of
avil that he
retire ;inj rmiie to t lie
GIBSIBE li fiB VICEGG;
Police Take a- If and in Fk;ht
Against Druj and Street
("'ha I ley House
icixoil meiribeis t
Mrect viee S'lldii
and Ida Iui-e il-
the South . o;e
d' are apt"' 'r
j police court this rvcainp
; of harbor! prosliiuteti i
f. alkin-;. j-everal lines i
!o?fllilif)S 'he (ecer..y
munit.y are ascribed to
t Thcsi' are p'.dico case.
jr.onoy had ti'roa-lv raide
'.tnl of st e l.
rf activity if
' f'e com-
d Hie ilitllkx.'j
im- Kdwadn titnco. fm.-'io" an mdiini
ia am nialiv :hr evideces of
j ... if 11. ! . vvU-i.-eaiies
jwiih which the t.-nj; is not ohuri;e. i
tr.o ii'.u "ers . Im ve net
to lo tho head of t!
of ihf c-'iiiealf. Is 1
Hie cttarKo of thins
diseovi reit it.
who Is f!aimd
coriiit.e hr.iti. h
el 1 for trial on
ti. vomit"- v.'iito
j A ' f I cocaliie
1-'f-ncral !i"?i;t c
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Reported Finding ol DeaOrenc! Strikers Retuse to
Bocllss in Filtration Plant
"Th'-ro !. r.-i foundation hati-ver
f'"r it reiM ; oi fii-!it.K il -i.l b.ibU s in
tie) filtration plant cr any when: eli-e
about tlie waterworks'' said Water
Coiii'i.i.vii tier w. s. j-'pi ncer today
lien leid :l .sensational riort
fuely cliTuhiteil about the city. Cinef
! iv- ypteliell n.1.1 Shei-tft' M;t.
l.e-e.'v cif h'i li thai tliei e wa-i any
' I t 4 h fa t.'ie fpurfs
ltii'.m.rs i-eachi.-il The Leader ofn e
a!)fut iioen that ':'. hodier l;'id b"e:t
i'ouikI a; the filtration plant. Imuiedi-
!'U inn-it nation railed to disclose ev -
en a s'aad'iwy basts for the reports.
wa'Cf 1 . oiomissloiicr Spem-i-r said:
"In t ;irs. place Hie water work.i
' t:i'u;- h n-) Idas" for crime
i - a man .tboiit the place nil n
then- is plenty of lljillt. Any ii'i'mm
il l ha i
a hard tinm siiiipiiiK uji to
of th'" reservoirs and dunipin;:
tiiim;. F'uniier thro fo the Citton
w.n.d lia-ndy ;
''it is vitv unbkelv fhtf nni-bod'
can slip into the Miration plant. It!
is f.ct-pvilile by only one dnor.
"VV'm have it foitnd anUliitit; units-!
ual at an.1' time in cleaiUntc Ihe KOttl-1
ins l.itin. fil ration VMts or main re1- i
ervoir. V.'e never have found f-veti :
a ra-4 baby in the water Fiipply. Theru
ary u fir llie mihiiows In the hi res-
ervoir. I can't imagine where the re-!
port about babies started." s
Chief Mitchell Slid h' had never;
l"i:rl eve pimor thttt anvthiuiK was .
f-ni.e at the water s'aUnn.
The r'-i-iilar cleanli.g of tho reservoir
b;;S been somewhat delayed on ae-!
i nint of Hie t-hortae f water Miip i
ply. and. ns a matter of fact there '
lies not been a cleaning f:r sine-all
.M;:hoHi'V rodav arcn
Si-rvi'-e in tlie f PMhu damac-
b'oii::!if avain. ;t him by M. C. V
trip the wealthy Creek nation nv
v. bo was. ;irn sled two weokx aQ
i. cIi:i;kc of fmpt'rc.oiiatir's im otlic-'r.
" ' slierlrf at'd h's enrutf t'e fom-
t 're.. Ti--. t Co. itv sue.!. ' J Kul-
f!j'li;i!':l "va- :i!-;t-n uy oil Ib.o .i';'
I't voail ttl;i( lie waii With fjii... .MHJjlr
j4.H atid a dniii-ion hey wbo 5aimol !
Ti) liave bei-f (.!b' i f t ill The !;( I
i k?Hd 'i' em"i ' i'n r f r
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PRACA QE i
RespcnJ to "Call to
As boc I
'I'm; rtrike of rail-
K-ad eiiiplows in franco las assumed
(such scrlnun proportions it is piol-a-;
ble lliiil lv lolnoi i o .v nol a Hlnn1'"
' liain in the repnhlio will bi- In mo-
lt 'on. b'ailro.-id maiia.ei- me hopeful
; lll' Movel-litle'llt b:M UlldertllliCI) t
. S"lve t ;0 prolileni and called llie
Mnkers to the colors as reservists.
The mi I'il.i-cs refuse to respond lioid-
lin.; tiat the military laws do not pre-
jvent trninmen from protr-sl.lni; against
i unfair labor comiiiiiuiH. FaHillR
! respond a: rc-'ervists they may
treated as deserters
; .N'.c ; h.-i n railroad tn ti struck ve-
l;iiy Wesdni men last nluht.
; l';itern nu u are to strike nt noon to-
ily- imd Moilii.-ranliin men tins eveli-
1 Nearly one hundred thousttml
men are cur. Tin- strikers demam'
iucreae to a minimum whkm of
dollar a day.
HIKED IP fill MULES
Both Sides in a LawsuitPositive
as to Identity of Animal
PomiIvo ideiiHi'.ca'ion of a mule in
dispute yesterday failed through the
lionitivo iilentliicaHoii of -another
nub'. In Justice Howards emir!
Cere was tried llie UllliUe case of
Walter Jacobs against Milton llow-
ttrd. TV verdict wax for Howard.
Jambs claimed that Howard had
his in- de and several w itnessoH tenth
f.ed to tb t effect. Jacobs brought rt
tiiuli" from Louisiana ami a year or
o nip tho mule disappeared lie
claimed that tt was at llowar!
place. On the oH-ep hand witness"
r.wore tliat tho Uowarii mule was
raised In tN- ttj-'horhood and that
tlicre was tio fhance tif It' belli!!; the
tuuii ntitiria-3nu bm
j'lifO.Vt roi-fipl ol
vtv' f-ir 1!t" WTO
ty J5..2Li a tain i
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N O ADVANTAGE FOR
EITHER DEMOCRATS OR
DIRTY SCHEME UNEARTHED
AT EL RENO GATHERING
6 0 P to Rely on Federal
lipclicn in Order to
Special to Daily Leader.
Kl Ueno Okla. Oct. li.--Social!
Mid Proliibltionisi appllcaiits for
ecttoti coitnici'H in otich precinct
tlie suite may be el veil pieforenee
the preidnci election luiard under Hie
re (dutions presented liv the Kepnb-
lieau candid lies Monday which were
adopt oil with slight tnodlficaiion by
llie Democratic candidates.
'llie resolutions ttuv; "That we im-
nainiously nureo that In selecting the
lour olficlal counter- (be Socialist
party or any member thereof shall on
reiiiiest have one cnunicr selected;
and If reiiuosted. the I'roh'dt Ion par-
ty or any member thereof shall lme
one count rv Kchtcted. When but one
reipicst for counlor is made by oil Inu-
tile Socialis' or Prohibition parties It
Is agreed that. Hie Demoeiatlc party
may pave two counters and the Ue
puldli-nii pari; one counter and either
the Socialist or Prohibition party one
counter thus making tlie entire num-
ber four counters"
Hence in each precinct under this
I'e.-e u! ion a S'lclall-I Is selected tip-
on iim ic it ion and a proiilbltioniht
is selected tiioa iipplleillioh lilefe will
be a place left a Republican and that
pally will be left without repi osehtil-
lion aimu'i; the counters and under
its own resolution. Th's situation
lU'obab v will he widely circulated
I aiming the Socialists ami Prohibitum-
l-IH. It lia-s met. with the declalV' ills-
approva; ol the :uiti-Prohibit ionl-.'s
and hovcihI in Kl lieno who expected
to support tlie Republican ticket have
declared they will support the Demo-
Prom the standpoint of the non-poll-Ileal
observer Dm 101 ll.eno conference
resuded in an even break between the
Democrat and liepubilciin.i. The
Ucpiiblicaus sought to lorco a resol-
ution that In the lani;miye of a Ctuut.
county l(eiublican would "stretch life
eleit'on law so as to fill up the naps''
lumil I be tttaiiilpoint of ihe Democial-
the conference re-tulled 111 n Victory
fop tho parly beriui.e the Democratic
candida'es agreed to Hie Kepub.lcati
' esolutions Insofar as they were not.
In violation or the o!o.c m law. and
tin l! compcdlcil the Kcpublicaiis and
Socialist to go positively on record
against the Kiandfnthor piw which
was adopted in the recent election
more than i'.'i.mMI maloilty. 'I'lie (e-
1 ii If leans had their h.iii'ls called and
then filled with hot bricks tliat they
were compelled lo drop to save their
staudlitK with the black race.
Dirt Scheme Unearthed.
. The conference unearthed a dirty
noheme of the Uepubllcaiis to see
that n"groi-ii vote in violation of Hie
law. Judge CotK-ral Is expeotd i
giant an injunction at Hutlirb; just
prior to 'the election under which Hie
libit ks wl I make application to vole.
If they are refused the right to vole
officers of the I'nited Stated govern-
ment who are standing by will sn
that the injunction It not Ignored. The
conference unearthed a scheme of the
lOptihiiean tor organizing neerei. ne-
gro clubs throughout tliu hlate. This
job is k'vpii to Will ('happen of Guth-
rie a former member ot the legisla-
ture and treasurer of Carrie N'atHin'H
company that published the Hatchet.
Ch.ippell is spending practically all
his lime among tho negrom.
In certain place negroeH have
bought guns and ammunition and will
fight thole way to the ballot botes If
If conditions continue to Improve as
the Republicans luuc s-t the pace a
hundred lives may be iciiTif;oed mi el-
Promise to Negro.
Tim itepiiiincatm havo practically
abandoned ilicir fight on the atate
admint.-Jration and are devoting their
energies in behalf of h engro. Willi-
out the negro vote they are niglm-lous-h-
d IViitod. With ttm negro vole th-y
think they hav a ohfiuoo for kuccoss.
Tliey have promised tho negroe a
reju-al of the? iteparato co.ach and wait-
ing room law aud the teparatf) achool
iaw. They hav made Hm tiogro'j any
jn'omlsf; that smacks of euconraae-
ment to thu nesroes.
The Kl Reno conference brought to
Pght a coalilion between the Uepub-
licaiiH and Socialist li'adei-g The Si)-
cluii.its pre.M'ut never initialed a gin-
I kio roM(iiio!i. Kat Nhi onw ot
tieir Jieutonanti. waved the bJooJy
shirt ai d liek'ed the red card when
ih Democraifi walked out of the
rir and ehonteij; "l'hat js not the
firf -.n thf iir-er''0 teivo r-'it-
Wbereu; tui Je''c;di DodKon. chief
jsiioki;smau for ta itepitb'icans. grasp
La. Oct. 12.
Tonight and on
ed N'agle' baud and shook It warily.
Ill tlie love feast that followed the So-
cialis! lost their Identity and were
swallowed up In the niaihdorni on
leiiiiied ihopsodies. ft was like a dam e
of I iV demons so significant was Us
intesity and the last vestige ot In-
dependence the Socialists had retain-
ed was (Inn n by Joe McNeill and Joo
McNcal a Suffragette.
Joe McNeill reeonlly became coil-
cited to ihe faith of woman fufrago
All his life lie had been against It
nnlll ho became hoioft or Issue that
would count. Once he embraced it.
bo began to iiialve love to lite Social-
Ids. They listened lo his Hal lory
Imuey -toned and sweel lippej una
ran straight. Into his arms thu firt
opportuiilly. 'fhey wete not particu-
lar wlio embraced them hero hi Kl Re.
no or they bungled ami Ihlrwicd for
moie of the insclons cajolery of IlieJr
dandy sweellieait. "More bmilnesii and
less politics" t'nclf Joe and one ol
his lieutenants. Major Ntles Joe Dod-S'-r
(V C. Chapelt Judge Kejes Kin-
in. liiottiileii W. It. Lalnnll were
welc me to participate n the hugging
Big Sash and Door Business
Begins and Wholesale House
is to Be Built at Once
Construction of u building for i
rash ami door biiMiness of to Wait
brother is to bo started this vu-
ii-a takliii; marks the -i pd ;
! a pew It. id hlgb'y imp.u'
III Idllig Is lo be 7" "0 f. i I
i ' u '. Il Is lo be used is -i li
1 i use. Tip e bull ii 1 ; ; -i
v b o e ' i e lens- i for ; .
cud at Isc expiraliou of t ie le as
Im expecte- l! Kill be larae penu-
ai.ent buiidliigs ready for use.
Tin- Miish and door plani Is now In
o-i ration. The leased buildings are
moil for faetoiy piirpo-iCK nnd the out
pul Is ah'eaiL considerable. The out-
put Is of sash doors blinds ami oti-
r snppllis for bulldeis. Arrange-
nieiiin have been made ju put acliie
feu on Hie road to take over a large
Tin machinery for tie factory 1-
partlv lu (dace and mote is coinitu'.
Kslle and '. D Walton who 8-ld
their hunber business last. Hprlng
aie Hie movers In the m-w enterprise
Tile illdllHltv is neili-i jo llie vi'ill-
ii y of Spi ingi r itvi nue and pom Hi
firo.-f and spicial track lia( bei-n
built from the iallroals. Lois lni.i
ber-n (; r - I for t'e main f.icterr
l uilding to bo ereeied later. Sprlu v-c-r
a venue has been vacnied.
Company to Furnish Street At-
tractions Not Up to
There I -4 to lie no carnival 'n Guth-
rie tills fa I.
The Order of Owls found yesterday
that tin Lnndos company which had
been engaged to abow h re next week
is in bad shape fluaucixHy and will
rot be able to put In the attraction.!
contracted for. A member of tho com
liii'teo went to a small Kansas to.vli
where the company now is and his re-
port is to i ho etfeet that tin ('.l
should not stand rponsor for the con
corn bee-HP' )' Is '' f proye a '
appointment. Tin committee announc
ed la t night that It. would stop pro-
ceedings and pay all obligations in-
Th"re in ki be a inwe -iil nex
Friday night ut which the rlgn put i'
for the winner in the jioinilal'ltv l'"li-
tcit will be iven as pho.tuled. The
contest goes on.
TWO BIG BUCKS COW
City Officers Buy Team in
J Kansas City for the Heavy
! ' New Fire Encinc
Pun has" of hot nt4 to puil th- new
bro t-ngiii.) at (antral ntation u's an-
tiouuci'd today by Chi f Grubei'.
ounciliiian Dunham chairman i tie
fro commiltee U'lograpiiod that a
pldr of blaeks had been put on h"
way from Kansas City.
Mr. Dun:aui Dr. W. L. Kellog.a;
ntiil Minor K;ir'!itharson picked iuii
tin team. The mayor was in Kansas
Clf.v tn other iisi"sn and City Kit-
i'imer Hooker lso haoiioiied nioug.
Tho hlef donhis the report that lie
has employ vd the mayor and cngineot
to rldo tse hoiaOH home from Knnsts
City. Tho Hide of tho hor-iou and
(Ibeir ciisl biiMt not ! en 'lie mimeed
ifi:. I'l r.U!lil."iii thc Vili not
! s than l.s'lrt pounds cm a ami tley
m-o tit itv lo l :ive (ni-it over -'"al oneh
rutois sum WlfC
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CALLS FOR COMPANY
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TO SECURE UNIFORMITY
IN RATES IS PURPOSE
Supreme Court Dismisses Santa
Fe Appeal From Physical
Willi a view to securing uniformity
of riie and obtaining iiistght into tho
trdephoi.i' bu.iitl'-. m every neetjon
of Hie state do c;i pomt ion couums-
sion has iirotiiu.'pi'e ; a. pi ipu-.ed orrtrtf
(ailing for a series or reports f:-oi
ea'dl telephone vsiem. whether sn
ed by a coriiorat ion t.o oper.iiiv e y.-so-clatlon
i f by iiidiviiPu s.
Telephone i.vncei ns are to ho ro-
nuired to semi si lied neu of ratea oti
all Im Incus and to notify tho com-
mission of all changes. The rate ar
to be pntd'ahed In each iwsne of a di-
redoiy. This bi intis uut tho curious
fact that fe telephone companies
publish their rates.
Tim commli-Mou is to l notified
of nil new coiiiiectioms and extentlom..
To gain an idea id tli volumo of bind
nei s t'o; comiul.t-iou ca'ls for report
covoilng lu period from tho first to
the1 r i.m day of each .inonlli. Tho
number of ohIIh of all descriptions U
to bo given lis I In; hour.
T'linmrow bit" been Het by Hn com-'
tn'i.sleti fur 'a lie.iiin on another im-
portant order proponed for tho to -phone
business. Tlie eouuiiNi-hui pro-poM-s
i i edo-i-' inn ft rates on hm
I'-daiice lls:ns. li js claimed that
Mono cotici ins i barge ou:noit-ousi.
fo;- distai i e talks and Mime of
Hie ig coticcn.H put piouiblUve tol;s.
on eM-liaiii.'1 bin.ine.s from small 'u
O'der to Hock '.i'anri.
All older ll i.e. i.iled by (iio
conimN'ieu tn th- ;iert s.aii rail-
way company roipilrim; it to fultill
nn iu;reeineiit the Lawton Mill
v- Kb'varor c"iuii.inv for a switch at
(iri rennml It ): i h;irge that thy
iailnud companv hu s grossly discrim-
inateil again.-t tii" m ii amf elevator
comp.itiv t.i that ii n-fiiMr thu cou-
-ef) the pHvi '( of lr)l p on tiiO
rnflit of M-.iv i r-itof admitfed a
rival imnciii t'i the right of way.
The railroad company refuse! to b'ltld
a mviiiii to !i i 111 i-i n it kept away
i-'on !. tna-u isnAi. An agroenii-tit
vt.is made t;iti in mill coninantr
i hin aid ih Hi- gi.tdinvc and tho railroad
conip.iii" put bm ti ;i switch. The rall-
j load company abrogated tlli aiire"-
. ) lUi llt. I lie K 1 1 1 1 CnlUIUtU puts 111 ft
j ' c aim fiiiit it has spent In four
I .veins for dtaviii.; ! r'ilHou of boinif
j a w a ft "in a . n ilcii.
Supreme Court D:f.m sr Appeal.
Tin' mpieme coiirt hn dt.stutsW '
tiie appeal of tin Santa K sml ithot
rt adt from the rummission ordr to
I!' iictuai valuation figures. The
c'ti!ini-.iin is making an ttfort to get
full pl.vMv-al v.tlua! mi'.. 'flit court
xeitt-rda; i-efu.-. d to tako Jurimltction
holding that no aspen would H from
a -ifuple o!dr of tbe rouimlssioti call
l'-R lor ce. tain iafintiinrii":i Tho rt-
I oui -e ol de i( is fj tlio federal
Town sf Campbell Complains.
The town of Carnptieli lias c;u!c.!Ti-
e ru Hie commissiitn of the lack; of
cro.-ing en th -nn VIooetti'oi road
at ce nt Ps pi-!ii;pa! sireots and
lie- cinciiii ..nn i ti-Ke.l ii (-.tr tT
V i.llrf . '
FREE SHBW fl! 1MSES CIISCIL
Tie re is til b 51 f)-e s!l''W at tl'O
cl tiii. ill on tiie night of Octob.r JS-
The local iratteii council is promdins?
a show to e given by th Hoot an't
Siiuo Wmkeis. Moving pictures and
lltllr.l rated ."OUgs ue o b i OUe.l
for enlertaitiiiieat and lutrnctlotu
The id'-a ol the boot and shoo work
I '! i . I'-tn-.Mtio.i.-il and tho pir-tur"i
j hlio-.v the eon-lii ions midor whicli var
i linn . t of shoes are made. Tim
i da; k .disiepnt.'ibb.i fa'!orb-s and th
tuodern ligat ones an shown and th
coudit Km.- of the workinj? peoples'
!.':o'-s are Klust rated.. 1 ho show ha
b-ien con' iniKiusly on tho road for
six y ears and is said to afford credit-
aide 'Mitet fjiitment.
m mm is much peevid
(P.y Asocla'e Tross.)
Albany Oct. J 2 -Contending that
i his partv tovalty li." boon finest ioneri
I'hrongh fntlfro o I. ' rrTttfcf tjovC"
I ritnirnmn of tin IvOptiblian ftato
1 cointubt' e i Appoint lilm a member
'of the cxectltivo Cntnmitteo cf thai
i state commit too Wiiliam lories it x
j i.'8 lei-.Ieol h; ii-siimliou as st.uo
j ( . Ml! i ill t leeinals f!'"!u t'e Twelli) tuli'd.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 35, No. 112, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 12, 1910, newspaper, October 12, 1910; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc615730/m1/1/: accessed February 24, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.