The Guthrie Daily Leader (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 49, No. 140, Ed. 1 Friday, December 31, 1915 Page: 1 of 8
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VOLUMK XI IX
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I IUINCII M l! SANK I5Y U S-
'1 151 AN H.OMI.LA; I5I5HISII
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(Hy Associated Tress)
Herlin Die. hi. Tin- defeat of
Serbians win) nppa I'cnl ly had 1 n 1 1
reinforced by 1 1 ;i 1 i;i n s-s .after a three
days' battle ill central Albania is re-
ported by Hie (het'sons news agency
which says il reeeiveil Ibe infornm
(inn from French anil Italian sources.
The battle was fought between 101 has
sim mill Mir.it. The Serbians are well
provided with aniiminil ion and load
Giant Cruiser Sinks.
London Doc. :il. The Iiritish nrm-
nreil cruiser Natal was sunk yester-
day afternoon while in the harbor the
result of an internal explosion. There
are four hundred survivors. The
Natal sinking is the severest loss the
Iiritish navy has sustained in several
months. The Nalal's displacement is
about half the size of the largest
Iiritish sea. fighters its normal com-
plement is seven hundred and four
French Sub Sunk.
lierlin Dec. Ill - An official Am
Irian report received fri in Vienna
says the French submarine Along
was sunk Wednesday by an Austrian
London Dec. ."!. Iiritish casual
ties during December were 1 .On 1 ol-
ficers and 174nS den.
"Bill" Has a Eoil.
London Dec. "I. A wireless from
Hi t till says the Zeitung lias given cue
Urination from an I horital ive source o"
the report that lOmporor William f.t
suffering from a boil. The emperor
is not confined to bed. A i fed ion de-
scribed as harmless.
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WAGES OF 75
Huston Mass.. Dec. Notices of
wage increases r lectins probably
7")(M)0 employes were posted today in
cotton mills of various cities in New
l'.'ngland. The ai l ion followed a con-
ference of mill treasurers held in this
city af which it was agreed that im-
provement hi business conditions war
ranted an advance to operatives. II is
understood here thai the advance will
average a per cent lor all employes re-
ceiving $10 a wiek or under.
Alls. Ned llo'niau wife of the pros
ah nt of lae First National Dank diei
a I cii;y at o'clock Fiiuav aior"
leg' at her liome No. 'Jl Kas-t Cleve
News of Alt's lloinia; s liiatli r;i if
i i.' a ilistim t shock to the cnmni'ltr
!. .lie had been ill but two das
I'.itli iiiieiiinonia and at no time was
lor condition considered grave. The
cnire of her death was hemorrhage
.if tiie brain. She "assed away in the
anus- oi her husband. Last ir;:lit
Aii's llolniau was finding- much l.e.
Iir and urged her daughter. Miss
Hei'othy to attend a pa"'. She n.-i.'.-liii-j
ap a rent ly (asy when shi
a valiene l and ealli d Air. Ilolman.
'h w lnnnienls later sho liai1 .lasiel
.'Airs. Ilolman was a most estiina! b
v uiii;ii and iluriiig her sevcu .vi'ar.-
lesiik'tiie in (iiilhrie had triueareri
herself to the coiiiiuiNiity y he
i"auifobl graces goodness of sou.
a Ml noble trails of heart and lilieii
She was iih ii I i lied with the ;i I i .
Hub and social life of the city ai
i'i leer.ie- gai.-'t at a!' functions a;
admiral le hostess and withal a lo
iiig and helpful wife and kil.d d.
vcted and indulgent mother. lie:
home was one of the most hospitable
in the city and her gracious innnniv
won for her legions of warm frfenftr
The Ilolhians 'unved to Guthrie
rOnntlnupiJ nn Puirc Kluhti
GALE HITS FORD BOAT.
(By Associated Tress.)
New York- Dec.
M. The steamer I
liewnsljord on which Henry Ford is
returning from fho peace expeditio'i
been delaved by high westerly
(airs and will net r
a " i
"BIC Jiff HHS
WSITS THE FAITHFUL
CAME TO GUTHRIE TO ATTEND
SE A Y FUNERAL AND STOPPED
OVER TO MEET THE "BOYS"
I he i i eui a i i. i! i. re e i a
::::'h7::;;:v'li::;;:':;'' 1 LflyL n Uii ml
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r;" 5 'm Mill in lit
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m Til TPFI) '" -
nielli I llh LLjfn.w Is t:lJfll0M
III H1LIIKS -
j : ' Kanli.i. 1 1"" : ! . .1 i.-i.i . I a .
iraii' i 'i'eil '. I ion mav cot iiim me'-'e
t;Ssl' ; e.ice at The I lacue is lung dra ivii oil I I
I I :.i .in. 1 -i nil :(! ( :!-- nil I ill t i I'!
I i. ci le tins e.-Ha.'ite lonav lielore tho
ii ecu s -1
FATHER USES IM
A! ! i; Ol SIIMSI S
Tiisii:i;-i (H i) si( i;
son no IV l!!l I
New York lie
I nek holders of t!
li ;. as c nn i s
standard ( il
kaoii.i. I'"'. ' ! . 1 1 1 -1 . i l'or.
i v jieil '. I ion may con him me'
u.ihioii dollar.- if the conle"
e at The I bii'ae is lung dra n il out
i'less .Manager (iaslou j'l
tins e.-lia.'ite today lielore tho
i-nles lei I for ('oaoii'-ngen.
Aiioal if '."). U '. of Foul's mni'.i y v.asj
t 1'ere. it as reiiorled la-fere j
-ailing l:i:il t ic Ford managers w
Dec. 111. To forestall an
ik similar In the one which
I I hri.-t mas evi' last year the
ra.deil today several houses in
Manila and the suburbs and were re-
warded by the capture in the making
""'' 'iUti: rjTiirn nurpfn m;jiv " :i """ r-v"''
"i 'I H- N; l Ass... rH I JIlH I HJjLd hls'H S""""s 'Hi.ents flags of the
S- inly an I l're cut ion " '" " relet Filipino society of the Kati-
pu bl i-hed iml ii'. The '" piinan and seals and ciiinmissions is-
mm! ill pall on a. -Ill-tt "l'r ' vl ""' ' sued by lel.el officers fell into the
eii troi.i a 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 " i. 1 1 lo- - nanus oi me onicers.
: s t hnmg bout the country lr i!'"'her of the slate supreme . Try to Suppress Facts.
imI in pai l on est iinaios i b- hy Hi- ' 'f""''' " '" ''esi.i.-s at Oakland t'alil.j Vum. rous arrests were made. There
iiition. ' interest some of the read- js believed by well informed Amcri-
!n I !!!.' iiicbahiy less than iiiMl.tlC ;rti ' l.eail. r to know 1hat on cans to be a widespread niovenient oti
in f.o- ami tuberculosis work' ''"riday. I iiher -1. Frank .Mnlxoii r....l hacked by the followers of
I hail Hie .re of I itberi ulosis v. so uiiii lis wne i..-u on iiN-ii-- ri e u i io I i.a rl e who on several 00-
;.!ki.:. in a tc-.v poorly .quipped ( slfeet during -our residence invasions has I u a thorn in the side of
Mi.trhi and hospitals n ihlk tv r " !llri. passed away at bis home in the insular government.
ami tiiber. ulo: is os-ociiiiioiis i t). hhlaii'l. His coniilainl was I'h'iira The Harrison iiiliiiiiiislralion is do-
lieiit iiearlj if 1. 2::'. n orgaiiizalioii pneumonia lie was ill hut. fi short ing it best to prevent the unrest from
ml i dii. alion. Special tuberculosis ' timo and succiini lied. Io a disease becoming known but those who are
I --; usuries of which there are 4-M which carries off a. very large nuui- familiar with present conditions place
pent over $1.1111)11') in examining J .tier of people In this region. He was little credence in its hopeful stale-
dvi. ng and treating paliei.ls. Open Irs. Dunn's father."
j- .!'- '' -..'eb l. r v ete linle
'd Hie lnllo .'
pent more than $.':"nlill(l in
and treating anemic and
nherciilous children while nearly
'Vku.iiuu was stunt in the care of
uhei-etilous insane and prisoners.
Sanatoria ami hospitals for the care
if consumptives nearly (ill'J of thein.
petit $l!i:iU.0.i. Much of this sum
in t le
foil wa d
niti .1 Slat
I" i -. i
tin to I h' poor
irvmtiriuci nn I'aue Ik-'hi 1
i s i id I he ot'l ll
e chaired tin
(I!y Associated i'less.)
;l. Congres. -man
i I he ; t
He to a
i ; Us s:i '
! Slit' i - dra w tie-' lie:: r a ;
! h A ii.-'l ria has caused dele- j
. 1 1 a ii ii I . . Ma ii v ho w ant i
n-s (i'-nunm In 'I he I lague i
-a w inter sloi uis
minds. 'I'iiey j
ear Fic'r re ealion in tlei-maii) ; AA'asliinaloii In
' p gh: iiol ie ii "dial it t he Culled . I iiieha nan indicted on
Slates it.'!-'- v.;i!i iU wr.uy'x ully. j oonsipiruey to destroy iii'initions Mil
. out iiim i! j nounced he would w aive Immunity
um ms in j and would go to New York to furn
at "ovet"-y. ! 'sh bail. Fowler Martin Sellillties
l.ecliner. j lemanded preliminary hearing when
lev were arraigned before a 1'niled
ill l.een worked
In a iii'u : . r of conn.i
i.ooi ' hm e closed and t
hard in year"-.
I -ie pip.'rinia
i.'illl-.lli'.'i of i
! iw . a 1 i'o A :i" riean
r'ei'il'.i t I f t ll ; . I .OH
sieatei! th" id'"i that the '
a.i .' t net ic w i! ;i:i g to I'o! he
i: w ii.i iner. tie 1 lung.rian
le iiier. 'n cut of a l;1 e-tk liel
Ausli ia and Am; n- a. Tin- dele
are heeimdn-: it: ri : sim:';. hi.sti
Oklahoma City ( ikhi. He. hi. - The
next regular session of the supreme
court unless called by the chief jus-
lice in the meantime will be held Jan.
'II. That will be the first day of Hie
lerm and il is po. le.l that the num
ber of opinions to b.
thai dale will be very large as many
of the justices and commissioners
jhave been working during the lioli-
jdays. So far as the supremo eoiirl
proper is c oneei in .1. Ill" nrst .lay ol
the terms is always a big day for
opinions as some of the justices pre-
fer to save their ciiniribul ions to the
i cpei'l s until Ilia I I ime.
Claim German Plot.
' Consuls of Ihe aides here have not i-
fie. I the government that submarines
are being shipped piecemeal to Man-
ila by the Hermans with the evident
intention of putting them together and
using i he islands for a base from
; which to pre? upoa their ctie'eies'
1 shipping in V. : China sea.
Washington Has No News.
Washington D. ('. Dee. 111.-The
war depart incut was without advices
from Manila today regarding either
handed down on ""' "-port that native rebels had been
urcot. d in a new uprising or that
consuls of Ihe entente powers Had
notified the Philippine government
that Herman submarines had boon
'shiptKil lo .Manila in pieces in tho
guise of maehincrv.
OFFICIAL JEXT OF JS-
for .Tanuarv ii'itht.
ACCIDENTAL WOUND IS FATAL.
This w as set I
SI ! nil.
By DR. PRANK CRANE.
miles ea.-t ol Lai'. Ion. w no was a"-
. dentally shot Wednesday ei cuing
died last night. Strong and a farm
he.iid had been hunting rabbits with
a pistol. It was dis--harge.l hilling
.- .nitig in the back.
Washington Dee. '!!. The official
text on the .An.oi.a not.; was reeeiveil
early today at the s'-ate department
Work of translating will lake several
hours and arrangements for its ipifb-
li.ation will be made later.
Airs. W. T. Thurman of Arapaho H
i guest of the lone hotel.
Dec. 31 19'4. j
took halt Lie vina-e v.
mi li-.'-ist of the
Lull took place
Turks invaded Umsia
aiivsacins on Kars and
Thirtv French and Li'i
1 oiiil'tirded Poia.
i)r.i;..t-oter- Foen liiti.'ti steamer
u.-iainii'i sailed nn second trip I
. iih suiiplies for
i-tth Melgian relief
lielgium. a '.id
shin left I'll :1a-
llun .las. A. Harris meniber of the
i constitutional convention and present
I Itepu' lii an national coniniitteeniari
from Oklahoma is in the city today
fratani-.inir with the "faitlhful." .Mr
Harris came in iast night to attend
the funeral of his old friend. F.-Civ
A. J. Scay. - just couldn't resist
the temptation to s;ay over today and
me.-t the boys" said "Big Jim'' today.
While here he ve-eived a niessag0
from his drillers in the Mealdton oil
field telling him of an S1"! .'ami oil
veil broug' .t in last night on one o1
'his leases. "I now hae five good
producing' wells but am still far from
tle .point where 1 can drop silver
dollars into the ofe.tn." he said. !!
is now generally conceded that Mar-
.!! will succeed himself as national
(If t he liiuliiplicat .on of .lays the'.'
is no enl We have Christmas. New
Yiar and th.' 1-mirth of July Decora-
tion I lay. Tliaiiiisgiving Day. 'free
Day l-hi- cr Day. Yester Day ate!
Yet there is one more that herewith
is re-pecifully submitted. It is not
really ar addition to ihe list but
rather a change in a day we already
Let us ha.vi a Forgiving Day.
And let it be on New Year's Day.
Wouldn't it be a good id: a to com
nienc ? the year by w iping off the
We naturally gather a i!"al of moral
dust and dirt in our twelvemonth
journey; why not stop and clean up?
Think of the many grudges big and
little that have fastened on you like
barnacles on a ship. Scrape them off!
Why keep them? They only nnnny
and impede you and they certainly
do good to nobody else.
There is the grocer that overcharg-
ed you the automobile man that lied
to you the landlord that neglected
you the telephone girl that was
itiippy to you and the friend that
'i.U' lie.l you for ten ami ba-ti't been
A way wiih them ail! Not only for-
ihi' li'i ni. but fo'-get them-
Tl:e-e ale the n-lativcx that imposed
ijto-i oii. the neighbor who spi'Kid
(caudal about you the man you trust
d vim deceived you. Ihe man you did
i good turn who retaliated by doing
vim a me;.n one. the giil who jilted
on. ami the woman who spoke slight-
m;iy of your personal attractions.
Thciv are the man higher up who
mubbed you ami the man lower down
aIio was insolent to you.
1! 'si.'i-s there are your w ife who
'.-c-n'; tyaled yi.ji just right on sev-
eral occasions.- your husbnml who
fail d in kiediie-:-; or liberality your
hihlten v -lio have disappointed you1
i'nele Toiii who died and didn't leave
von a fair si. -ire of his money your
buss who promoted another man in-
itegd of you. and your sisters and
your cousins and your aunts in gen-
eral who do not seem to appreciate
what a w hale of a fellow you are.
Recall them all. Think of every
mail woman and child that during the .
Will. H. Ilagar. guardian of Fug'-nc
1 lagan minor heir of Horace II.
I ! lagan has rendered a report of his
doings as such guardian from March
.;. thlil to March lhl.".. The report
hows a balance of $2l!M:i hi cash
and mortgages bonds and slocks to
t!i amount of 57 hub.
Adele I. Harwich administratrix
of tile estate of Catherine Ainshary
has rendered lur final report. It
shows lotai receipts. $:!0iiS.Sr!. Total
amount paid out fi'i leaving a
balance of Sl.217.17 to he distributed
bet ween t he four heirs.
K elyn .1. Hnrlburt. administratrix
ol tin' estate of John ('. Scroggins lias
filed a general inventory and appraise-
ment; DP) acres of land in Logan
county belonging to the estate was
appraised at J'l'.r.im.
tieorgia Hil'esple has been appoint-
ed administratrix of the estate of T.
11. Cillespie who died December 17
1915 leaving an estate consisting of
school land improvements valued at
$l.."no. There are two heirs Mrs.
Cillespie and daughter.
1. F. Seott. guardian of Robert and
(itway Shaw minor children of Jef-
ferson Shaw lias rendered his annual i
report for the year lflla. It shows
INCOME TAX "BOGIE"
WAR TAX MUST BE PAID. IN-
TERNAL REVENUE COLLECTOR
All individuals firms and corpora-
tions who are fortunate or unfortunate
enough to be required lo pay income
tax must do so between January 1 and
March 1 according to an announce-
tnont from Hubert L. Helen I'nited
States collector of internal revenue for
this district. Mr. Helen is now attend-
ing to the painful duty of mailing j
noti.es warning all parties to pay
Hose attention to this tax and also to1
the payment of th" emergency or war
'ax. The law re.pn'ring the payment i
of the emergency tax was continued!
in force by Ihe congress just before it i
took recess for the holidays. !
Income tax blanks should be prop-
erlv filled out and returned to Hubert
L. Helen Oklahoma City not later i
htan March Hi. The penalty imposed
upon corporations for failure to file
returns on or before Man h 1 1916 is
The Leader's Christmas
holiday rate expires at 12
o'clock Friday night. Re-
mittances made Friday at
the $2.50 rate will be
THE CHEERFUL CHEHU&
I jpendt jwy dys iry
common V w s ' . '
Hy life 13 fvr From
Put tnyway 1m Jlt-cl
Just r esontily rvt-ppy
(ConMn.ied on Fage Fvejlf's eollei ted and fir.K paid out. j
(Coniinuod on Fag Two)
(By Associated Press.)
New Orleans l.a. Dee. 31. Probab-
ly rain or snow tonight and Saturday
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