The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 49, No. 65, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 7, 1917 Page: 4 of 8
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TTTR OUTTmTTC DAILY LEADTCI? SATFIiDAY APRTL 7 1017.
THE U A I L V L liTl l i: H
BV Lhsl.lK i. MBL.U'lk.
Putllfli-t from "I'll Hnil.v l.nnler build-
tag Wf-Mt Hurrmeii -vi'iiic iohI MiM'r"il
t tile Uuthrle e.Mirf. n i--"inl fln
mkubgk ui .inici.irni riiic.
Strunyer tliiiitrs have liiipii'iiri iii
tin- I ! ; 1 1 ! ; : . I : ; sim ll iill Upset-
tilly us this Unuhl In' ll iniylil
In' llir In ijiiiiiilii; nl' llir 1'inl. Ami
it !is III' I I'llll'llllli'l'l'll that Mil-
uiiki il. 1'ussia's now I'lH'ciifii min-
ister has lll'rll illl illtillllltl' HSMM'i'
ii o! tin- I'nii-Slfivist sidlo.stnon
THINGS THAT NEVER HAPPEN
By GENE BYRNES
DAILV HI Ul Kl" I 'KIN It IKS
IVr month by currier
l'er yeir hy miner lit mliiiiiet'
IVr ytff.r !)' ninil ill miImiiki
(Leader Publicity Bureau; S;mce Set Apart By The Leader for Advancement
of Logan County Interests.)
ii i ' 1 1 I
OKLAHOMA HVriKKI.V) I.K.WIKK.
u v.l " ..r'ti.v N M Khpffll'lil.
WAR AND UNITY.
I 'llileil Stales is .'It U ill'.
Rlrl(l Agclny. Ill hllilV I'S llir A 1 1 1 1' I I I'M I) people 111
ClilrH;o ..m. ' : X. M. Slifffi.'l.l AtM-n.y. 1
; I. licet VlTV i' ;i it 1 1 1 1 1 ' how tlicv
Call for ii-u-ij Hiwiiiiitu '.ii'l '
ttltJlkl lllilllllir.l lli.ll.l'H I'l'H'lllll Inns .; ;j. lll'll' sIlM I'l' III ll III ISt I't-
i.K'lttt HUll .'llllivll mu'l.lln Idt'l'V nolle.'-
Kill for I'll ii rill uiwIiiiK" li'virpl Mlilibi' )' . 1 l l J . I III' III 1st ;i lies ill till'
erruoii) lire I'lintiiliTcil -livi'rtlmiuf
lint trill Im cturfil fur. past arc rrovoea tile lull the nils
"ThJmiww olTlir: N'l. Ml Wc-l llnrrls.ui. i(.s ' . I'litlll'i' roll III III'
C.u.p..hig .ml I'M'"" '"..lll. X.. Ml .
Jlhrn"ii. Kiiliniliil i' ii. I"i ' - " iivoiileil.
Hmrn.'ii. 'I. r.-.i. ii ii .i.-i. t :.-. i ii-
IW1IUI 76. MM' I'i'JISilII dl lllllll I il'I'MIU IIV
' alnl rViihre IlllVe lliailc SIM'll II
'Our Country! In her inter- sU js
lint ll ieiiili's li.i Vc liei'll llllileil. Ill
Ktiuluiul it has I ii ililTi'i'i'iit .
The emit rovi'i'M iiver Irchuiil li.is
1 1 1 i k M llir spirit nl' unity. For
iilher en i isi-s mill ii 1 1- a limy time
liirjre elnsses of I he iuUlla t iotl
were iliiliri'ereiil . Nut until t ll".
oipi litis W ere sell! nVl'l' 'ls Mils
Semitor Loiloe onl first hlou in sioimrios I'm- recruit iii". am! until
tile MliMllill'illes lilt I'l 1 1 1 1 '- I tin'
".aunt siei'ter nl' hiinucr v;is there
unity. When llmt spirit e;iine.
lllilliis In ''lll III InuVC.
It is liiinl to yet unity in n
ileiiiiieral ir country. We ilrau'
niir IiIiihiI I'i'iiiii every rare strain.
Smile lit (Mir alleestnfs ai'e lll'lno-
l I'.l I ie hv lia! Ml'e nl lie rs limlla I'ellie
ami imperial. The penple whose
sympathies are lint wholly with
Ii that "s SM"llhl lememher t hal they are
at men '!l'1'1' "" sufferance. l''ortnnately
t In s' are rompa rat i ely few. ami
u ill hr fewer. '
I ; i-.-n ssji hi of military pi eeil-
inys can not he slopped. The
people have alwavs claimed the
riiilit to i-i-il iris" in war as well as
In peace ll is a thine; that can
easih he overdone. Yd mistakes
have to he pointed out if lliey tire
to he remedied. I'.nt it is no lime
lor irrespiiiisihle politicians find
newspapers to fliiii; out their fit-
tacks until they arc sure of the
Ahovc all it is to he I'cllieilllier-
cd that our foes are listeliintr to
even note of discord. All these
thiiiL's will Ie duly reported 1o our
enemies and w ill liive aid find
comfoit to them. It is a time for
loyal followiiic of our constitu-
ted leaders for restraint and
soher action and for the disap-
pearance of party spirit.
course with foreign milions may
the always be in the nut; inn
uur country right or wrong."
It is war "war without hate"
liaise flaes and vefretahles.
llir w ar.
In England the men I'iuht and
the women in.
The Navy 's sea dors will now
jirocced to howl.
In ll journey of twenty mile-
the iiiiirtceiilh is half way
( 'liinesc Prnverh.
After all it isii 't so in
1 "licit Sam n Is men as
need I'ncli' s'ani.
A PAN-SLAVIC PEACE.
A hrief dispatch froni Sofia the
llul carian capital may coiitain
1 lie ('orm of 1'i-cat events I'remicr
Rndoslavol'f. addrcssinii the par-
liament said : " Biik-aria went to
war axaiiisi liussinn ah.solulism.
not tile Russian people. In view
of the overthrow (if iilisolutism I
lielirve the way will soon he
cleared for a return of peaceful
volutions hetwi'cii the Russian and
The siunifiennce of this lies in
Ihe Slavic affinity of the Russian
and rtiilyariau nations. The I'an-
Slnv ninvemcut always r 'jtiicil
1 1 1 i m kinship. The differences he-
tween the two peoples have Recti
due to .eovcrnnintal policies and
dynastic nmhitions rather than In
hostile feeliiMJ. Russia pl.i . ed a
lending part in freeiMu the Rul-
(inrianR from the Turkish yoke
ltiill'firinu opposition to Russian
domination was to the eovern-
liient of the Cni's. not to union
with the frpcater Slav Nation. It
Wfls due to Ihe desertion of the
'Russian iMvcrn'iieiii of Itule-aria
in the readjustment of the ter-
ritorial spoils of the Serho-I'.ul-"firian-fireek
war with Turkey
that the resentment arose which
(!e)'inany ami Austria turned to
t licit ad anta'jc in I he present
Thi' dow 'ii fall of 1 he alisolut isl
eovernnienl in Russia reimnes
therefore the (areat obstacle ti)
amity between the two Slav peo-
ples. Czar Ferdinand niiffht be
ail illlpedilliellt. but his lemur of
the throne is none too secure par-
ticularly since the disposition of
the (.'refit I 'zar of all the Riissias
Were Bulj-anan democracy to de-
termine to make peace with Rus-
sian democracy which would he
natural and lot-leal from a racial
standpoint whit would he the
effect on the Middle F.iirnpc
conlil ion .' The I'.uluariaiis would
not he so easily overrun as the
Rumanians. They have been
tauelit (irrman tactics by the
Oeriniins. They have shown
themselves first class fighters.
r m rtT
If f :T Ii M A
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z . :
More Anout Old Glory
line and my flafr. how it Hies today
ur land and mv laud and half a world away
red and blood red lis stripes forever ecai
white and soul white the forefathers' driani.
due and true blue with stars to eleiini arnj
loi'il'ieil etiiilon of the dav. a shelter thru the niuhl
ie and my llae ami oh. how much il holds.
land ami my huiil. secure within its folds
heart and m heart beat ipiicker at the si'jbt.
kissed and wind-tossed red ami blue and white
me iljiir. the eicat fine the flair for me ami you.
tied all else beside the Red an I White and lib
MATR1-MONEY 'ZOE BECKLE)
lloillity A -out Mel'heclel's :
"This is to call attention In the
fad that the I'tiited Stales l'iiv
eminent t hroii'jli the ipiarter-
master yeiM-ral. w ishes to pur
chase a considerable number of
Wiiiiic liiii'M s. They wish especi-
ally cavalry horses that is ani-
mals suitable for saddle purpose
with the proper conformation for
speed and eari'vint: wciuhl it: the
saddle. About 1 "i hands at ernp
and wii hers lis inches in 1 1 1 1 o 1 1 1
ami To inches at the 'jirl h Shoul
ders ami hip joints should ho
a hunt I he sa me w idl h They a Iso
w ish a numher ( a rl illery horses.
W lliell 'll'e inure n the ilia ft hol'se
type. Inil which must not be sIiim-
jish. Cuod active horses with
'jood ha mess coiifurmat ion and a
reasonable prospect of malnriny
at l"i to lii hands hisdi. weiuddnir
about 1 Jilt i t" l:!Dll pounds abso.
Intel vhihmI and not more I hau .'i
"If you have any horses such as
the above mentioned please
notify by letter or otherwise
County Audit Mel'hcetcrs Cutli-
ric. ( l; la . st at iuir direct hum to
.1 ) 'an lloozcr: "The farm
awakening in l.iejan is a yood
tiling. I am pleased that some in-
terest is lii'ine taken in the fair
and i's continuance. It means
much for l.ouau county.
Webb I'.aker: "The increased
cut ion aerci'je idea is a uooil
thiii'j. The more acres in cotton
t he more money.
Mayor Nissley : ' ' We a re in
the war now and it is meet thai
we hiisbatnl our resources and
make bier erop yields. We may
need all our food stuffs. Kspeoi-
ally will we need cotton. There
will soon he a cotton famine. Lots
nl' corn oiiejit lo be raised also."
Constipation and Indigestion.
These lire twill evil;. IVrnons suf
feriiii- from initlRestinii are nrteti
trnulilcil with censtiiiatlnn. Mr;. Knh-
ert Allison Maltoon. 111. writes Hint
when she first moved to Maltoon she
was a Ri-ent sufferer finm liuliKestlnli
anil constipation. Fond distressed
her anil there wti' n foolinp UUe n
Iveavv weiiiht pressiiiK nn her ntnm-
acli and client. She did not ret well
at nirht. and fell worn out n Knnil
earl of the time. (Inn lintlle nt
(hamlierlain's l'.ihlet renecteil till?
Iroiitile so lint she hie- since felt WVf
a diffevent iKM'son Sold hv nil ilnil-'-r-lsli.
i)il .-iu"s ami tow:iMilp plats Toi
iii nlcn on I'jlc at Leader officii. A!
io ussirimiciiK nfl'tdaviH of ioms-
ilon and al'lid.n il of c:i 'ill lioliim
paid. All o.' 'he laO'sl forms and
conform I" "il leusitu; laws.
Inipine hloiid runs you down
makes mi an easy virtim for d'-
case. Kin' pure blood mid sound ill
itest ion Hm dm Ii Ulooil llitleis. At
all ilniR -lores l'ricfl tfl.OO.
Bet. 5lh Ave. & Broadway.
Fireproof Modern Central.
300 ROOMS WITH BATHS.
Mel: Titile d'Holf nd a Ii t'jfte
it; i K I mi aooi. i hr.
1) P. IHTi i;v. I'HOP.
INSULT TO NAVY TO SEND
UNDESIRABLE AS RFCRUITS
llonoken. N. .1 . April 7. l.ieiiien
ant W .1 Moses I' S N. in ch.ire o'
rocruiniK In N"v Jersey proi. 'ed mi-
day Id Mayor Griffin anainsi the ac
tion of City Heeorder Adolph Carsten
ill sendins a yoiuiK limn who !iad been
chained with larceny tn the naval re-crultlut-
station at Newark The In n
tenant characterized this step as "an
Insult In the navy' and snid po had re-
ported the ruse to (iovernor I'Muo and
to the authorities at Wii'ditnuion
Don't Ltt Your Cough Hang On
A rmu'.h that racks and weaken is
lianKereiH. it undermine voiir healilt
unil thrivr on nculci t llelieve il at
once Willi Dr K itin'N New 11 seoverv
This ipnthins balsam remedy h i?:i 1-
Ihe thriiiit. loosens the phloRm it
anlis'MUic iii'operlios kill the ixfim
and the cnld is ipiicfcly broken up
I'liilili en and m'own-nps alike find
Hr. Kinu's New tlisi every pleasant
in take us well as effective. Have u
lioitle lianilv in your medicine- elic'
foi Ki'tppc erniin and all hroiiehlal
afft'ctlons. At iliugElsts jOc.
ll is difficult1 lor a man like John
fcrrol lo iiimprcheiul ihe tevcrcnee
women have lor proper cloihe--.
"proper" nciiiiiiK .iiiriipiiiii'. be
inniiii': ami in tie' mode. I'erroi
llioimht Iii- wife looked prcitle.-t
When she W.MC while lllllsliM Willi llllie
IliiW".. Hilt llowcM'l' felehilln while
muslin and blue ribbons ma he. they
amiot I'1' success fully worn lo a
bridge ilancp at the Arcadia Coimtry
rluli. with all the oilier women clad in
"copies of original models" lior Ar-
ladia liadut not ipiile to lh" actual
original models yet )
Kdilh wanted to no lo ihe party be-
cause she haled lo think Hint even
Arcadia's soeicy was inaccessible In
her. Also she was Indinnani at I.illie
lllaki .w ho had me been to see her
since Ihe flouncing out. door-slam
niinn incident now several days pa-
I il had been very unpleasant b"
laiise Kdilh had i tiarai Icri.'i d a-
"disgraceful" l.il's methods of olitai'i
ilif; a "sw ell i;i ii " on i redu or b I i 1
di .honorable ruse of nrdcrlui; it s"in
out "on approval." wearniu ll ami is
tiniiiiii; it iie! day as mil satisfactory
She w. lined lo -how I. it she coio I
. .1 i n the money for a tmui
'filch' were llllee days llel'ole IP"
party at (tie club There scenicil :"
way for I'ditli to lay legitimate hards
upon a new dress except lo fill Air-.
Callers nnlcr for cakes and other
spcoialt ies of I'hlil ll s cookisli art
sliced iliem to her. collect lite loli
uiiuicilialely ami do1 out wtiar 'e
could sipM'ee Iroin her purse for the
piireha-c of a simple ready mad"
Her dcdai at i m to John that she
would fly in me lace ol his ilisappno
al ard "find the money somehow" to
buy her cookmi; maiciials had met
wild silence iroin him. Kvulenilv he
had I ol l.ilo n her -enoudy lint
1 Oil 1 1 ii wa d. iei in;n. 1 h oi urt'ed to
her -u 1 1 d i-il 1 ilia' Harilman. who kep'
the fancy proeery in the iieiKhborlnu
village of llanville. where Mrs Carter
lived would iloiibtle.-s let her li.i v.- ihe
neresary articles to tir paid fur later
This was soon aranimd over the
telephone and with a li);ht heart
Kdith assembleil her flours and suuars.
her fruits anil Milts her spices
sliortenitics. syrups and creams and
set io work turnine iliem into an ar-
ray of coodies that would have made
old man lan ullus dribble al the mouth
She worked steadily for two days i
Mill the thought of the dress plain If
need he. hut fresh and heeoniinc-
ii nil maybe she could lold a touch of
Kilt here or a satin flower there Willi
chic effect kept her ceenul and
soothed her achinn back.
The f hi tins at lust were finished.
Kdilh lipped the hoy who ran the sta-
tion "hack" io help her load iliem
inin ihe vehide and soon the chun
tine little fPvvsr hrouulit up hofnri
Mis CarterV mansion.
The Carter butler was surprised but
he had been trained in Kntland .and
n British butler would be struck dead
Ihan exhibit dismay. So he h"lped
Kdilh and the hack hoy pet the t'liics
salely inin the lower regions of the
house and then apparenllv cpo
lalilh to depart. lint Kd'ili waTcl
ihe money. Must have it I'o. kel uir
her pride dpi asked to see Mrs Car-
ter. "Mrs Carter's haw..i ma'am"
' 'Mod Hie !ei'l"r rei. Mm ennui
"Vwav When will she he back lo
day some tnue?"
"Hh. no. maihiin. She is al Icr
il.nitjlifor's town house. This an an
opera niBh:. inadam." This i-ecmcd
m end i he i on vera t ion ll cerl ainly
ended l alitli '.'error dream of the lit - 1
lie piwn w uli the louch of chic II
Hie butler had been a sioat old Irish
woman with ampin bosom and a m'tit-
ham apron l-Mith would have cast
her arms about her neck and sobbed.
Hut James uis not the kind to sob on
His looknf outrane would have blasted
one. as a shaft of liiihtniin-
Kdith iiinicil anil rode home in the
clniKr.inu little flivver She paid the
hoy w itli her lus'i half dollar ami
went wearily into Ihe kitchen.
Soon John came in.
"Well. I'.de we sure must take in
thai parly at the club." he said after
111- k:-s of Kl'eclilm. "Lit Uhlke wa-
en t!ie .Vl'i coming out from town
She -ays it j p'ohil! to he ureal bill
lint to worry about clothes- every-
body s uoinsi lo wear simple duds"
Kdiih flinched. "Cat" she said to
hercep' "She's been buyititr a new
PREPARING FOR WAR WITH WOODEN GUNS AT GOVERNOR'S ISLAND.
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a " ' - ' ": . . ; .
i 4 . ivy :iv A n
$ A) p ' pif M f uH: u . .$ '
l i - 1111 ii--- " . ...... ; - .j..1 . -. - ...T" "".-"-.;. -U'i'.
llecanse the I niteil States unvcrr- land New V"rk
tty had tn us'j (nips youm: men Irvine o ln.. i
""m- 've of w did i.t l.av v. ic l.i.i. s of ;-. Above bceo0 mficers in Hie RlVil m
siil'i . ntlcs to lend these ami!- shown a corps of Ameri'M thai mav be oKalim lU yvoi't-'wllh
Hons younf; women ana mem w i . Woman's I.eaRUe for Self Det'cns... the s kind of weapons
were aiix.ous to learn l he ruiliine'ii eharninu with ituilaiion mins. and hft-
of war hy drilliipi on Covoruor-.s is. v menibers nf the olficers' reser-e 11:. T. (.er M..p 13c mo
Thers l more Catarrli In thi ifelton of
the laaintry ituin alt otter Uisisist-s put
M'iillurand until the hut f w yciu
w.is slimih..! a to bt tncurubt. For u freai
friany ycuri tloctol'9 pronoiini i il it u local
disease and taescrllicU I 'cat r'l!lei!i''S and
li Cutistantly f :ii ii nj to (lire Willi local
tivatiM iu j ianoum ed it un uralile. s. l-f-n
f I: is p: v u Calami tu he a eonstl-
tutinnal iJis-asc. ami thprefori' remilrta
cor-tiU'.tloieil tioaimem. Hall's Catarrh
Care man iiaciured by F. J I'lunrv &
Co. Tel ie) iil'io fs the ontv Cnnsiitu-
t'.eaal i are n the market. Il Is taken In
c rn .ltv in !.- s frnm b) ilrep ta a tea.
ypee'i!'!.!. ll nett direrttv Oil tt'.c Moinl
and nea .v.'.s lairfai-es rf tlio system. Tiiov
. fer one runUr'MMaPars for liny ca" It
' "1 to eure. Send fer clr'tilies unil tt'fl-
A.Mr.e o. r. J. CHENEY CO. ToleUo O.
pel 1 l ( lr.-lsl rr.
Takia ilall'b 'tkioll Pill fur coniitlpatloo.
lR!Klt WANTS llltlNa rtBSTll.TH
SUPPOSE IT WAS YOUR CHiLD!
Tlic Culluie Street KaiiwaV ennpany hast nvery foMiuuile h havini; icrv.few nor s accident!
'"ur in are carol! and use evroy means to prevent the. ymr . vriuM n(.mm '
''IfT ('''' Jfl ''" ".V M.O'lillU'l licit l''.s
tw5'.'il "'1 .'-rs M It' nils elniaivil
Tin' .! iilriil itlnsitrtd!'!! Ii.'tj. i.'oul.l I
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