The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 47, No. 108, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 16, 1914 Page: 1 of 8
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thtr Guthrie Bajdly Lead:
PRICE 2c NUMBEK 108
Tumi K I V) OKr;AlK)MA.aVTUIM)AY'MAY
VOLUM E XI i VII
UP BY REBELS
VILLA PUSHING TO MEXICO
CITY TO CAPTURE
cthtf npPnRTM.NT AWAITS
UiniL. uui nui m-"
1IDII6S OF PRIVATE PARKS
Consul Slllinian is Released Bui
Delayed By Interrupted Rail-
(By Associated Press.)
Washington U. C. May 10.-Thc
tale dei.8rtu.eni patiently awaited a
rely today from the Huerta govern-
ment for information eoTicernititr the
whereabouts of Private Samuel Parks.
Secretary Bryan has received no
proof from the Brazilian envoy that
Parks was executed but war depart-
ment officials accept the views of
General Funston and others that
Parks was executed and his body
Secretary Onmels said today that
Represent ative of the two latest
manufacturers of ammunition m the
United States voluntarily assure
. . ..... t.. firms would not send
nm mat . . ...e
... father shipments to e.uie. -
MKlCn fad tons. I
w sttary Bryan said the question
iUinK shipmTnfs M arms from
the United States to Mexican port.
not before the state department
Secretary prison explained that
the prohibition of further shipment
of arms across the Mexican bane
waa done at his direction and applied
onlv to the border.
As this does no. affect sea ship-
ments all navj officers were in-
structed to watch for shipments.
REBELS OCCUPY TUXPAM.
Spanish Ambassador Riano recoil -
I a...... el from the Mexican nun-
later of foreign affairs Halms that a
Uorous investigation of the disa -pearanee
of Orderly Samue 1 a
111 immediately he made by the
The dispatch . In reply to n '
aent hv Ro calling attention to the
Vnited States' anxiety as to Parks.
Consul Canada at Vera Cruz re-
... to the state department that
S am on the east coast of Mexo
is ln the hands of constitutionalists.
Danish refuses told Canada
lnP oonsitulionalis.s) under Axilla
occupied the city.
7.a1es at Tampico assured I nli"l
sta1pa Consul Miller that America
and other formers would he protect-
ed In Tampico.
Miller says everything Is quiet and
n citv In .perfect order since Its oc-
cupation by the eonstituHonallsts
I........ cdcF BUT DELAYED
Further assurances readied the slate
department from The Brazilian mm-
tatr at Mexico City that American
Consul John R. " T!?
t Saltlllo is en route to Mexico ( .
but that his arrival i
.terrupted railroad conditions.
Washington. May 1-Th.t Mexican
federals evacuated Mondova in oah-
ll. and six hundred constitutional-
i.. onipre.l. was re-
lsts under .ms" -
ported todav to the state department.
4 ' . .. ir .l .lestrov-
Before leaving n
t-d all Mnerlcan property.
t I. thought the federals are
mar.'hin to Saltlllo to join n
under Velasco and M... and const
tntionalists believe the federals U
.i.in o... i mcentrate at ban
leave - . .
Luis Potosi in a niiai auen.t
Washington May 16 liidlcatl.m
...i. nra ih.it tiio fight in the hov.e
lUUrtJ . ......
on national prohibition as provided by
. ).....! t(.
the proposed Hooson urataummv ...
the constitution will be so close when
a vote is taken that neither side at
present is certain of its ground.
A poll of the delegations nine-...
that a Hi members are tavoiuuie i.
Che amendment with 217 against. A
two-thirds vote is necessary to pass
The poll indicates a majority or
the Missouri- Kansas and Oklahoma
members for the resolution. me
Texas member to the surprise o.
the fell p porters of the aniendment are
almost solidly against it- This posi-
tion thpv explain by declaring that
thev are sincere adherents of state
rights and that their poKUuin at this
time does not indicate t'he sentiment
of the slate on the liquor ls.tue.
The amendment will not be con-
sidered in the Democratic caucus. The
majority lender. Oscar W. Underwood
It is said wants Republicans and
Progressives as well as members of
his own party to be placed on record
at the .same time on a question that
is agitating every section of Die eouo;
The question seems certain to
reach a vote before the "'lose of the
Catholics Against It
Jefferson City Mo. .May llfi-iKoso-lutious
condemning tin; proposed pro-
hibition aniendment to the national
constitution were adopted Tuesday hv
the state convention of the Catholic
union of Missouri. The convention
Iso ado; ted a resolution ash...
nii.a la remain away from the
anama Pacific exposition on the days
nner Mayor Nathan ot uome ....... -
there as official representative ...
in i 1 1 n i lji-: y
Funeral Procession of Vera Cruz Heroes Bejore New York City HaH
..- - huMmni m n un uuun
w ... . ...... .i
. L' 'rt ""
fMms a! cv 1? v'n If tJtv1! a
0 S WMW Ai
FOR ARMS III
1 1 1 I ww.
the Italian Rovernment.
nrnnmo Tfl ITTtWIl
...... nrariir llllliril llf
MHH! blAIUL unwciunu
(By Associated Press.)
Washington I). C "May in.-'Prac-1-aHv
all members or the cabinet
l..r of the su-
iliplomatic rorpx. -
prlllP otit and congress have
l.lanned to attend the unveiling of
memorial statue erected 10
rom!no(lnre John Bary of Kevolu-
Honarv war fame. The President wH
deliver a brief address.
Hundreds of thousands of persons
in New York watched the transfer
rackets of the seventeen Vera
heroes who had been brought
iinii..l states on the Mon
tana from the Battery tt) the Brook
lyn Navy Yard rresinem "ww
in the procession Up Broadway
nnviF PARMFR RFCOWIES
W. .!. Touts a farmer who lives
.... . vitilenllv insane
near t'oyie nr. ......
...terdav evening about 7 oVlock and
IM oonsiderable damage to the in-
l.ir of a local hospital before he
lV;ls fiuallv suMlued. He was taken
tlo lmke'K sanitariam for treat -no-lit.
MORE THAN 3000 GUNb
ARE TAKEN BY LOCKETT'S
iiiiimnri i Til IO (IM
miniivwrii n n i
II. ill in
and past the city Hall in New Yoik.
There the procession hailed while
many thousands looked on. The
seventeen caskets were home on as
many caissons through streets that
were Jammed and over the Man-
hattan bridge to the Navy Yard In
!l. M. OLIVER FOR
"CREDITS Ai SLAVERY COUNTY COMMISSIONER
nuicii ncTC IM 1 ROW
Unlll ULIU I" n hum
liirii tain nni I riPllLC
Willi HID UULLLKUULJ
iWashington May 1An open
nreak in the senate hanking and ct;
.encv .-ominittee .promise to mam
..(.; Owen's attempt to haw..
.avoralde report made on ms
regulate stock exchanges.
Tlie bill came up today before the
onmittee and later Owen said that
.... ....a i.oo. ...it homed to make a fav-
ae linv. "
oralde report. Only seven o
twelve members were present how-
.... those opposed to the nieas-
.... '..;.! nnorum was not present
when tbe vote was taken and that the
authorisation to report lavorau.v
not blndinft. .
Senator Shafroth afterward said
i.ir ih .hairman nor those
who-Gisagreed with him were exactly
rlpbi. but that the committee had au-
irtniin Owen to write
rr-wrt and submit it to the members
(By Associated Press)
Trinidad Colo. May Id - The pro-
clamation of disarmament issued by
Col. James .ockett by nuthovity of
the w;n- department which went into
effect yesterday dominated tin- strike
districts of Las Animas and Huerfano
counties today. The effect of the pro-
clamation was evidenced late yester-
day wieii hundreds of weapons were
a Pled to nearly :!.'h''1 I revioin-ly
...olniuritiiiri limits the
I II'1 I""
nl Holdiers to tin
snPTected- periods. Whether ' 'do
1 I V .
net I A.ckrLt. will r'-quesi
O. Whltwell. lieino-rati.
the fil'th dlslri'-l 'aingi
al ion was in Outline today r. -
from a trip to Payne .:unS.
Tliis afternoon he di-livered a vigor-
ous address to a large crowil at the
"Saturday forum." YVhitwell is a
.nut Minvin.-ins ttllker His
.amlidacy is meeting ith much fa r
..specially since he puis what he
stands for to the front in concrct.
form lie dwells wlt-h much vim
nmplele snppres.-loTi ui i
lau-. and pamhlmtj evils aim
-i(ls for a i.raclieal rural ere. Ill xi -
!. providing cheap n y f-r farm
.-s. Whilwell Is elcaii s. holaily and
1.. Oliver county commissioner
from the Second district is here to
day from Meridian. Mr. Oliver will be
a candidate ill tho coming August
Ith prima lies for the place he now
I i. olor has made a good
i...:. xmt he has worked
assiduously for the welfare anil bef-
leriiii nl of condillons ill his district.
i. fanner and he was a demociul
loo. in Outline today said: "Oliver
has given more to our distiid than
any commissioner we have cm r had."
Oliver is a plain sl'ol.eii man and
;I just what he says he will do
i i.. .ivu iK favniiles. The re-
TO KILL IN
WIDOW OF EXECUTED GUN
MAN ON STAND IN
piildicnns of the
...hoe'd iiouiinale L
May He The w idow
Itohenliurg one of 111"
yecilt.ed mitlini.'ll In 'he llosentbal
was recalled to the stand to
Becker trial. Hhe swo"
1 hired .lai k Rose to urge
UIIUI U ULHU
SUDDEN END TO NEW MEM
BER OF SUPREME
1CTURESP FIGURE II
nni innn A i AT I TP
roil i it.) unmt
luccessor to Be Appointed By
Executive Next Week; Burial
Special to the Daily Loader.
Oklahoma Ci1u. Mjv 10 Stillwall H.
Runell member of the state iu.prm
court dropped dead this morning.
Governor Cruce will appoint his suc-
Oklahoma City. May ' Hi-Bmldea
death came to one of tho toreinont
jurists of the male I'll is morning.
II II iiiimscII recently appoint
or the supreme court by
l 'race died from a sliuku
.ippoletn at S::iu shortly after h
ad arrived n'i his office.
Judge Itusell was one of the plc-
inresipie flg'.ires In pollttea and law In
the state. Kor many years be had been
resident of Ardmore where be sery-
ul as Jmljie of the Sth Judicial dlsl-rh t
since t Atehooil. lie always took an
tive vutt In llemocratic politic and
as considered one ot the best eam-
iiigr.era as well n erimlnal laVymrt
I Hie Southwest .
t.i.r.. ii..uL.ii u...a Hit tviipa nf nKe.
Hi wife and two step-sons Ham aud
rbe Bee survive him inn reiimiim
III he taken to Ardmore tor burial.
EAGLES OF STATE WILL
iimr nrur iiirril
Bt HtHt NtXI Wttl
of the state will Bather In
Monday for a four-day
her husband and his three companion
lo kill Rosenthal. The slate will f.
ish Its side Monday. The case will
go tu jnrv next Thursda;
from Washington to extend Ibe s-
r dwellings tents and abode;
weapons likely will he dctermln-
MAHONEY HAS TWO
Sherllf Muhoney has bought
ril. well trained bloodhounds. He
ot le 'man hunteis" a. . orsieana.
Texas. They will be in cba e ol
... ... I.'. I llhe-'SOIl. Who
has acquired Hie new tub
of the Kennel."
Oklahoma Ciiy ni.la.. May I
. . i ii..nI coir-ini liters i
i u .... -
I l.i. h resulle.l i the luuid.
i Silas Levws t'hoelaw Indian. May
I i'i:: near Antlers. ' 'Kbc. have i
appieheiided at foil
Oiie. to leouisii
Issued by 1
i Thursday. 1 The
j . if.- of the inuid. M
' Puller. These wen-
c ime lolntly wilu
fal her-in-law of On
; ruller. (leoige Co
' llra.llord: Kd l.ol
FOB MURDER WQUNDEQ SOLDIERS TO BE !
run munuL. nrTUPwrn TO VERA CRUZ
III. i viiiifc-
alley Ceol tfia.
n papers whi' h
e Illllie I.e. VIS.
I uitiii. and 11
arced with I be
I ' M. pulbu.
St l eq'll si
r - kiwi
Ion May I''. -The navy n-
a ced.'d to the earn
(-(-1 one convalescc'0
hi home from Vera
he permitted to reiolq
III III le
Kvery lodge in the stale will he
pi esenled. und the mill It annual
of that fialertial onler wm
ulily he the greatest gathering
held in the stale. Free HiiketS
he given to the. visitors for a
plunge in the municipal hath also to
i.ii... khows and many other
fiuiMires of amusement will he provid-
ed hv the local aerie.
nirunn uamoiY MflTTn
DlUllUr IILI1UIIIA 11UILU
. . MMfni Aiuin ill
n V NF. UHPUK bUNUAT I IITY RIRHT?? FAR
I ' II'
t tl. thol
Ihe eve of foUr
V..-.IIM1' d ho s-
'hat the ampu-
r 'e '.s was "
of "Keeper i u
REWARD TO FAITHFUL
...... t rn..- iiklaT. Mi""
IKIiiiMIH' - -
Ciaude Morton serving a u-- .
term in the sta'e '"
horse stealing from C.arfield county
... .loH Cridav by iovernor
I ft UI 1 lUIIUIUM L.S.HSS.W
UUrtlui mi i inn hi iniinnu
hi 1 1 li'j ruur n
' ; - - ii i i n i in u u 1 1 l ui i .
I --" - rd
Ulshop Iv II lleiidnx of hansar
City will speak al the M. K ehiircli
Scuith Suiela . UHeliing a' II o'. loek
This will be tie- first Osit Bishoi
lleiilri h is mad- i lb!- Hy iii aaour
vealS all. I be expressed a desire to
M.i.itntaiii . s with good friends
!. met when he visited '"is field
shi.rth afi-i- the openi.iig llisle.;.
! Heielrix pur. based the bus on w-'i
! trie first dmreli sio...! and !i. alwa .s
! had a ItiiMlly int-r.-M il. the develop-
jment of this elf.. He has made sev-
leral trip- t" Kure and the orient
! haviie- I n a ' ..- .-t -oinpanion r
Bidioii Marvin A io n the latter mad'' a
tear irf the wo'-b I
I'.Lbop ll-nd-ix has been tcieced
..it ti the hig'.e-' o"'icc within t
Cit .. . May Hi - The ques-
ligh.s for women came
.uleieiice today and pro-
in of taii'
I in the ..
Miked a (low of orator. 1 lie commu-
te has recommended this for re lec-
tion The re-ee ! of the eommittee on the
Vand. -r'dlt also causes heavy discussion.
' . onannrn HUTU
MWM Ur nUuDAllU A merl-.. having .served f.e '- -u
.r..uld.vit n' that bodv. IPs boo..
... ... r ...
. .1... legislative nrogiani ' - ' -
. u....i tn a final altempi i" ' " - ei m
;e constitutionalists- march toward . ff session.
. i. I. thmieht the fed-
A VI I co i h.. " "
. . t w.. til I
iv a a rearii lor
for their signatures. atlriu.s in I he outbreaK at the
Many senators preoe Ulaie penitentiary in .lanuaiv
1111 reaches the caienoa. ..... - Kt.r. killed. Morion i.
....! reoort it will ma '"- "
evscuate lluaymas Imme- MlSS0URI POLITICIAN DEAD.
Vera Cm.. May 16-Refogees from
Mexico City todav landed Oliver
Haetfer. London Exprestt correspond-
(CoatirHiaa Pa ).
(By Assoeiated Press!
Mchison Kan May 16 --Charles T.
Hamilton a manufacturing druggist
formerlv prominent In democratic
polities of Missouri died today aged
lEfty year. i. Iilis
. i ..... uj r i i
paired Hie teiepuo..- - - (
had lieen cut hy line.- ' -
.let- nl telephoned the MeAlesi-r
t-itv ex.-haiige. He had served two
vears of bis HmP-
MORTON IS NINETY-ONE
j New York May ! ;
' lei I ion of jewels. '
i a l'.vs in.-l iding t ''
pearl and other g--s
p s hecanse of lie
beauty were disp..-'-
Han N'oidica til" -.
s.ene details of w!.:
In addition to the
dh-a disiHis.-d of o'l
'at a.-veral hundred
Her husband Oiht:
New York banke
l lie notable
e.l at a IliilleUl :
; a ino'is Nvjru i- a
:. almost pnec- j
of by Mm.- l.-il-ot
in her w:ii.
; hecame known
Aids Miip. Nor-
V. Y'onng the
r i her three st-j
i i I ill ?
ui; la . May HI. - Mrs.
r r son w as aiveU an ex-
ist Thursday on the charge
i 11.! her husband in 'he
nd wa- hound over wiih-
Tb. -a ..man d.d nol deny
and l-r pl-a pr.'.ablv will
he . iiioi uiaal insnniiy.
nt o' that bod-. . u s no
are wile:.- read ate! arc r'rh "
i-e s hol-irsbP.
w. iii i a 111 II A TAI1
MASONS ON PARADE
.ludg- Tr" H
i fraefire.i a lir
as oil' f-.r I
' ;. i
m jll'IS. .1
I Ait P. Mortv.n. .legatees
understood are her chief
iv-.w Visrlr M:.V .IK
fjrmer vice-president b 90 years old
I vfm Vr.Hea- ho.lv is expelled t
ent U 9U years un. - -
arrive In New York about June So.
Ht b..ri. M.iv : i-n ttiousand
Masons paraded here this afternoon.
The Masonie orders of l n!!.-d Stair-.
Mfcxieo and Canada are in convention
cere. . .
lt-.rf..:d w)io f.-i"
i .out ! o -v e.-k
:st time v..--
mliil.j .nth on" lep in .-
! I. a-siste.l hv a -
juds-e :iv.iiii1i:iiii! I.v Mrs Pi'
i .. ..u.hi ..r Washington. O
to aimear before the supreme court in
some Impo'f.mt nidations. They will
he at th- WillarJ for the next ten
n. ve'lnil mr-lwl!
. Wat Government Forecaster Reports
(By As tsd t'riss.)
Orleans. I. M 1. Ci.e
tied tonight and Sunday probably
?hoers warmer tonigbu
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