The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 54, No. 13, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 16, 1920 Page: 1 of 8
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The Guthrie Daily Leader
GUTHhMi; OKLA. TIU'K'SDAY SKITK.MHKH It! Utti.
PRICE'' . 1.14 .
B 0 fi B Hi MILL STREET
New York Stock Exchange and Offices
of Morgan and Company Are
Wrecked by Explosion
200 PEOPLE INJUREP BY
GLASS AND FLYING FRAGMENTS
Financiers Killed and Police Experts Work
Probe to Determine Whether Explosion
.Was Result of Accident or Design;
Streets Run With Blood; Damage
Will Run Into Millions
New York. SeDt. 16. A terrific ex
Plosion which rocked all of Lower!
Manhattan occurred at noon tcday
cutaide the office of J. P. Morgan A I
Co. on Wall street. Many persons j
were killed and hundreds of others in-j
jurd. The poperty loss is beyid es
Newspaoer men counted 23 bod
les on the street and the bodies of!
several horses. The Morgan building
appeared a shambles and part of the
front of the sub-treasury across the
street was torn away. The forty-story
building was rocked by the explosion
as was all of Lower Manhattan
LIST OF CASUALTIES MOUNTS
The list of casualties mounting as
as excited word passed from mouth
to mouth at 12:33 was reported to
have reached thirty killed and fifty
Injured but an accurate count wan Im-
possible In the 'Intense confusion thpt
swept the financial district at tl is
MORGAN'S SON INJURED
Junius Spencer Morgan son of J. P.
Morgan and a member of the firm
was badly cut by flying glass. Of-
ficials of the company denied first re-
ports that a bomb had exploded In
the Morgan building.
CAUSE A MYSTERY
It was equally impossible an hoJr
after the explosion -occurred to fie-
termine either Its exact nature or lo-
cation for spectators were held back
by the police.
It was reported hswever that '"formed by members of the Morgan
shortly before noon an automobile firm.
with two men drew up in front of tie 0"e of " hospitals announced at
Morgan offices and that when Morgan e'9ht o'clock that It had treated near-
detective approached the ma-.hine h 208 people mostly men for injuries
one'man alighted and either accident- due to he explosion
ally or purposely droppod what fp-! William Joyce in employe of the
peared to be a bomb. Morgan firm who was killed was a
THOUGHT TO BE BOMB ja clerk In teh security department.
Occupants-of a skyscraper looking; Windows in the 40-story Equitable
down on Wall Street told another ver- building were shattered as high up
ion of the automobile story. They j as the twentieth floor
declared they had seen the car drawj Soldiers established a dead-line
up and the men leave it. These spec- around the building lest pedestrians
tators advanced the theory that the be injured by falling glass
bomb if it was a bomb had been r :-:r.-i
This version differed from the first.
their chauffeur. The first story had it
GREAT SCENES OF EXCITEMENT
Never in its history has Lower Man-
hattan witnessed such excitement as
prevailed today. Trading on both the
stock and curb exchanges was order-
ed suspended for the day a few
minutes after the explosion occurred
and from then on Lower New York
forgot all it. business matters In at-
tending to the needs of the injured.
Fire apparatus and ambulances
dashed through the narrow crooked
treet. of the financial district on
which lay a covering of .battered
glass and the broken remain of men
and horses. ; ;! I
THREE GIRLS AMONG THE DEAD
Among the bodie were those of
There are some fair concessions
to be sold for the; free? fair. See
Chas. Olsen. Prank firown or
Chamber of Commerce.
N'ew Orleans Sept. lfi. Tont;hr
fair and cooler; Friday fair.
EXPLOSION WAS TERRIFIC
Mew York Sept. 16. While th po-
"ce toiled for hours seeking to res- j
cue mjurea trained investigators ;
were trying In vain to definitely de-'
termino whether the explosion had
i occurred from a bomb dropped in the :
office of J. P. Moroan 4 Co.. ori'"'1. California
whether an automobile dashina ln;o!
Wall Street had struck a
loaded with explosives.
One of the most able investigators
cf the department of justice declared
after arriving on the scene It was his
oPinion that It was not a bomb bui
the result of a collision. j
The explosion tore tho fronts from :
office buildings for block around. ' (o ' slmOP lar(1(ll8 v
scattering deadly missile in all dl-;j!9 fr(1I) vor(.h. i.UlN .
rections. livnr prolwi'dy four ci... h in tn
So fafr as could be learned two mldd!i (. miou -iftor Ropii'jnbt'r
hours after the explosion the disaster! An Itinerary .f th! trip Is jtx
did not take the lives of any proml-! within n fow days Th tn-nutor 'i:i l
The roar of the explosion was
heard far up Manhattan Island and
hundreds of persons were hurled to;
Cries arose In Wall Street paved
UwMri brokery glass from vdhicfi
- L t 1 . 1 J . 1
total $500000 more. f
The cause of the explosion was dy-1
namite In the streets Police Com-'
missioner Enwrlght said he had been
three girls terribly mutilated. A po-
lice cordon was heavily thrown around
Kiry cii'irc 1 1 i a riL d i uisiriti wncn
tnousandSi hear h8 exploioni
land. Police reports at 12:15 had fif-
THIRTY DEAD LATER REPORT
The United States sub-treasury Im-
mediately opposite the scene of the
explosion was placed under heavy p.
lice guard to protect the millions of
dollars in gold silver and paper mon-
ey lodged in the great granite struc
POLICE AIDED BY TROOPS
An emergency call was sent to
GOvernoP !andi from which hvy
detachment wat ent te New Yerk t0
ouard h 8ub.treury nd aid tn
FOURTEEN BODIES AT 12:40
The first effort of the police were
moving th dead. At 12:40 fourteen
bodie. were seen -ina on th. aide-..
walk and ten other wer. reported to
ZD been Z ! by Tnt r
Th. reooVted Ca.u.ltv li.t at i?-5o
I in reported casualty list at 12:50
'w. mor. hn . .Kn.
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(Continued on Pa?e 4.)
"" UI olyoa B"s"ca more con-j Chai'l?-In V.'. Vn ' i
spicuously than In a battle. (temporary itijun-'tlon t.;i.
The damage to the Morgan building tlonat and difdrit offiot i ot !
alone was $500000. j tod Mlno Wrkrs of Atnei li nn rtom
Minor damage to hundreds of other'tifti'mjiting: to Indiicn nou unimi Ti.iii
buildings it was said would at least;''! to join ih. union in violation of
Man Charged with
Muskegon MlchM Sept te. O-. j
O. W. Sedgwcb a prominent phys- j
eian of Whitehall near her was
taxen into cuitody today In connec- '
Hon with the death of hit wif and I
three-year-old daughter whoa bad-'
ie wtri found In a yard In White- !
hall this morning. Examining pny.
sicans expressed th fchf t! e
two had been cboked to death.
AGENTS REPORT EI
0F SIX SUTS
Harding' Men Say Republicans
Will Increase Representation
In New Senate; Harding:
To Get Into Fray
Marion Ohio H (i. HI- l-'.t!
received I y Senator Warrvn ;. '
Itar.lttjn from republican f. Id acot'ii'
in various parts of the country I .1
to the confident prediction at bin 1
headquarter today thnt tin. n.-tmov
liopublloan majority of (wo In die
srnat wll Ik Ineroanod d Nov. -in
ber by t lean nix isHl!ily mo'" j
The Itepullieaim are fairly co.ifi-'
dent of fining nmw than this mini
her but fix nro almost nioireL ac-'
orilnK (o r-miru reiehln H.r.hn
tioaiiiiuarteri Slates in wVU-h tec
lifimbllcann pxiMM-t to jdi k
K'w ntor!al vnt wuro mui
ulorado Konliu kv. M i v
Arizona cunl NVv- il l
I 11 n'-'li'i'"! to tho ct.it.- hi. h .
r.'lifis nr oxiwrtcd tm HiMtilhllr.uis
also lift confident of holding .iat
thny nlr. ndy h;ivo Mli.mi.ht in hi
i rnl stall's 1i rac.'K u(. admit t ' ll y
Tim di'Klr. tn I4 jn itir'n. (ti'ivitor
'iii l roiiti'ls Im on i.t h. i.-i. i..
Harry M. I;uichrv.
campalKn iimnaci'r. ronfernd rf ; "ft
U:$ It I tsi nlK'if -iftor whldt tiirn.-.ii-
- " u ' """I'l"''' ar
UNQN MEN . FNJO..rn
con tracts with conl nilii'iiK ronm.'n. j
was nuitd lifrp today hy thrc'dir
.Hi'tei'- of tlm sni'rinn court of a; j t'ririrr kI.iI
crmt unli r
win-: ciiaiu;i:s m m v
Chari;liK prosB no)4lo't of diity 'i-i.t l
cjttromo rruolty Iu'y Kuapp has' -
broutiit BUlt agaiimt Hvirl Knapt.;
Tho cniijilo wro tiiiirried in '.'M'! nnd!
havo two rhlldron. Tho wifo aniHp
tho court for tho cimtody of tho!
RED CROSS MAGAZINE
Local Workers In Home Service
Lauded; Well-Rounded Red
Cross Team Draws Tribute
Thfl Rol Cross niajtazlrio for S"-
tcmbpr has tho following:
' In (Juthrlo Oklahoma for lnstan.e .
thorn in on example of the worit
hl'"h a woll-roiindorl modorate U''d
Hod Cros ("hajdor is doln?. Moroly
a ruriwry view of tho work dotm
thorj during tho lat tTir mo"th!i
Khow-s that the noods of nearly tu
thotiRand famllea havo boon rn-t Ly
the Hom Service workora. Tho work
itsolf has boon particularly effective
bocause the two worn on tn charm
ere graduaU' of the Up1 Croni In;ti-
tuto and hare a fine eoniniltteo ot j
w oll trained workers to cooperate with.
thorn -with the penult that they havf.
.haftn I a riot ntil v t in m for ti -' r
.. . . . . A tAI
disabled and disadvantaged soldler-t.
. . . .
bUt " a;conipliBh thU amoWt "f
tW tnmn!in nua n
)n hnav with the Jun or Red ( ros
..T ' . .
I nivilioti T rt r'iirH)l Nil Ylllll I ll mill . 1 i
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have been orifanized In over fifty
(Continued on Page t.l
Leaning Tower in Danger
f it o.
Tin lit.'uniis I.
Il;ily hc I'i'ot i
!o liiili'r tu U -(
'..1)1 III l''M
:iii:-i ..I iiy 1 lie
.n. i- i ! to
TO SLASH GOVERNOR
A-nIitnr Snva RHt.. C m Tt Pti
Without A'ivuiwrem Levy;
Pointed I lets
TUX evprrtN Ot : r'.il.- lUldltor'
tc.;u-t!ni'iit mid Fittik ( itrt !' tl it ?
t Hit it or. iirc I'll'V j I r ;ll Ihl? ht.ll.'
li lit inli'iidi'd to (-How t ;mt tn.
'l:it inn ii run wiHiotit mi ndvii-l'-Tni
Ifvy tn'rll ! thi p'li ll
Huron Kuhiiilttod 'v Govciiuir !!
l.'i'toii ("nilor nuuml Unit In will
l.llilvo Ih' MJll'lll'l.! j'illillr wit! n -i
f w d tyH.
Ill sonic liriMH Carl.'r 1 1 1 j f that
ho fun show t'iit iluriiK t!i. ;ir.t
two nil iilht" of I hi' year tiu Kind' h.in
i i.ll.'Ct. d tinlitf (axin iiinoiiiit In in
I'.orr thii;; tho i "timato for Urn en
r M;:ir in -.'n ! i! by t)u I'.ifi'iH"
'nj ndoptrd by th bourd ovur !hn
ItOti'.Jlw of Citit.'f and 1'MlkiiiHo'!.
t'olttiibti'lnj? t;n b'K.il !hise nf lie
roiit.!'oviiy In !'li'h t'art'T el i.w.ti
th.it !) will Pot i-ni'ify lutto'i id
thi Htdlo hoard of 'iii;il:.iillon to
aS"rf'oi wltiioiu n coiut ir
that ho 1 IIi'Voh a
iho nl Hit will nr.v"
jpniH;.t. cannot '"
bo vnld. "If Ih.'
t::o ntat olidli'S-
c'idl""toi! iiinb r
iicoil by tho Ht ii
I (iiii'jiii'jii Ik HuvKhi'd out b.-furo tio
H!al Hiiiir.'ino .ourt tln ro can tiion
'' ni bnllty f tho l.-vy."
WHAT TICKED OVKE 1
I THE WIRE LURING DAY
-Tula- J. K 1 t' ho.r Tubia proa
ldi-nt of Iho WoBtorn Ashoi-I it ion. de-
clared W'oilnoMd.iy'H pitn.o at Knid
which Enid won from OIuiuiIkoo by .(
(o 2 Rooro wan not for tho champ' ;
Rhli of tho WoMtorn ASHOcIatlnn nnd
was only an exhibition Kiinf.
Salt Lako City Pimm for an lit
tornutlnna! court undor tho fo.c i r
Nations roportod from I'arW worn
advanced by flovornor Cox in bis t tah
camiinifrn ns a tclllnj? urKii'icut for
Oklahoma City rYnnk C. Carter
nt h to auditor bimiod a aiatoniont sook-
'lliJt to jirovo that tho Htato's buslnons
j could bo oporatcd d u rinj? fbo yr.ir
without an ad valorem tax and with
a surplus nt tho end of tho yoar of
"1ilcaKo Will it. Hays ofvilrnian
of the Hopublican Nntional commit-
too in a atatomont Bald tho Republi-
can party wits willieix to let tho wo-
men of tho country decide whether
tho United States "uhall enter Into
cOjJlKfttloiia which will mak
son. llablo to tie ordered by forwkn
JJWWer to foreign soila to settle for-
. i .1 1 a
Marion t'rslna- the ndoi.Hon nf
Marion i rsin; tne adoption or
lrorol for prevention of war
ad of the I.oa.ue of Nation So
"or Harding; tn a metmng to R-
Publican women'. WKanUutious an I
Harding and Coolldse club.
laaked that "
we preserve our own na
tional roiiHclence at borne and not
check H at Geneva."
i. h :i n v-..ts.
U HeT . "a
BOY OUT ON PAROLE
Two Negroes Are Finally Sent
To McAlestor Industrial
School; Both Are Bad
Ti tni-on linlldo i i'Kt' !. ii
ti k"i to tho ni'ifro tnduntrUI m
nt Milost.r tidav by Harry ..'.:i
deputy s'li'rfff. Ai y Cavt r onn of
tb hi h out on purol.t from
Juditrt Itolcn suirt Ji tiiid tnir.
lOMYdtrd btiforo of (h.ft but 'ho
Jiik'n In t!u VliidiojiH of tiln h'-ntt.
di'i idi'it t piv- bim iitln r .-li cvi
to tiiakn koo.I and tnado him pro'tuto
t. allflid his Sundiv m'!o.l r;i.
tt. coiipllt'd for whilo but hn
llio Jud?i ti'k hl varalion. young
Cnti-r playisl hookey and r'Ml an
rlhfr !unii to Kvt his hand In.
Th si'.oiid rol.lM'iy wan nt.i."d n
("rvM-i'itt. Sheriff tioWrtHiin know-
iiiR hi ik'kti) IliKiH'd'iitidy ura'iVxt
ry Hint A y rolifom. Ho will
npniul fim ari In tlm l!idu.trh!
Tl otlur l)v John 0!lv.r. i
ihargt'd with a utattitory crhtHV U
will alo May until h t 2! nioaiiin;
mi incnrcfiatloii of nit y.Miii
siuvu voir: iMU'i i.Au
i .it w s skiih;
Tli ni'iiin v.'t.i for t'i!drnt at
inavn dtiiK hton stood Harding
ntol Cost 11 Tho Crtiy toiv '!i
ii ndiiit ii di.lly "Vtraw volo" an wi'il
1 " j
nil Kix.il! riion-ii ovtr tho roiintr
l' our : r i:n tin ! rilori-s run
ilm tid a llki vol" and wtmn tho (' "!'
(Ion wn iivrr nnd tin' Yntin coun'i I
I' in louiiil t I ho tra volo nil
h i t d hf t;ti' ni.Ui.V Hiofcfi foil htlt
llHIo short of iho (ji-nor.'ll roniillf If
i ! Wnlit to licord )niir Voto di'op
lii ni t'lo tliay ilnur hIhik (invt'ini
I Tl it not ji ballot.
ium oil d.itly.
Voto will bo
xrrn i iiii:i:s ii i: i
(.i ii. i y; m:iis in ima
.bino OvoiHlrool and O (' Mo.
tho two nion who with A ('. Hlm.n
atli'injdod to Btoul tho l)-iinn t!r:.V
oar hint month pbadod guilty In
Judfc'o Swank n ourl lat 1 IrIiI imii
wot'o (.out.'iiii'd to flvo yoarn eaoli
In tho (Iniiillo p.'iiitoiiliary. Th v
will bo tskon to tho piimiii Pun biy.
A. t' Diton tho third man d"inl 'd
not fcuiliv and will tnd trial. Miu
altonioy w ill b ad that ho is ill-
EIGHTY SIX LODGES "OUT-
LAWS" ARE EXPELLED
Cleveland. 'jept. 16. Eighty six
lodg's of the Brothe rliood of Railroad
Trainmen have been expelled for par-
ticipation in the unauthorlld strike
of switchmen last spring W. G. Lee
president announced yesterday to
I members of the brotherhood's board
of directors meeting her
COMMUNISTS TO MEET
Mi'xi.o nty Sopt. ifi - Tho fouuh
inl. riiatlonale t(Vinimunlnt I will tn''t j
In tW city "it January 1 1021 '! i
cording to Itifnrmut Ion Kl t'nIVersal
mates nil reauiieu in ivioiieaii m .
ilui'ti'lul ( Ircles.
Many Excellent Exhibits and
Great Enthusiasm Shown By
Farmers; Township Dis-
plays To Come Here
Tho Mulhall community fu!r Im
clohlnif today and tho Navlnn fair
will bo hold Krlday and
. . . ...woaoui r.'tu rniiK a verd ct. ri"
(loKln! tho community fair all .
.i.. ii i'1 ae will to tho jury at niidnlb
over IfORan county. This will eiiublt)1 ' ' !
' Vt ednoadav.
Iho bunt exhlhlla from nil thexo dln-
iduy to bo entered for tho county
free fair at Outbrlo next week n
portH from personal nnd critical visits
to all theao falni show thut there was
all kinds of farm product and live-j(tfiy
Mock and thero Is every aanurafic
tl. .i I I ... I- ...in t -
mat u.o . oim.ih couniy .a.r wu. io
the bet ever held In Logan county.
Th Orlando Fair
in this connection referetico tnay bu
niado to tho fair hold at Orlando
and thin comment may Justly bo ap-
i piled to each of the other Incident.
The Orlando exhibit showed a won-1
jderful Katherlng of evorytblna; Ren-'
erally fon.nl rt a first-class county
fakr. Tho Krui'iK shown by I. I". Hcott '
were the best ever tnado by any In-
dividual faj-nier. whllf tho Hereford! !
(ContUitied on TagD 5 )
Washlgton Sept. 1. C. W.
Rpd. an Amer'can of Derby. T-
as was shot and fcU'ed ty a M-
ican named Ssntiaja Cavaio i
tn Medcan rd of tha intematien- !
al foot bridge at Nuho La'tdn
ttrdav a.'erding to a telegram rt-j
ceived Xoitf by the state drptit
ment from ti Amruin cnj at 1
that point. Cavaio is nw In )jl
at Nii'vo ta'ttj
GUEST: Oil SSJII
After Dinner Bandit Invited This
Atchison Man To Write
Clunk For 10000 Fcsos
Which He Did
Atrhixon Kan. Sfpt 15 It t oat
Kail lloiUolin forniorty it roaldont of
Ati hlnon. to bo rt "(IHtniT KiO't ' rf
r'l ani'U.-o Vdl.i t?in M. U'(in i t biindlt
londor aiiordlis ti n b'tor from Mr
H'iijol!n who t prfildftit if a hrnw
try nt Sablnas I'ouHutl.i M. U
bv tol.ilHo't h.i. At tho tlno'
of lloinllllH o I'orli'iii f ri'pott of
Iho "kldnn;-iilnu" wom rrrbd r
tho piowa (tUpntrlton. In tils ieUr the
brow or niivs It whs rolly an 'imitu
tion ffi'l" and ptolntbi m Villa's
IiikI biiiidlt in t. nit tho follow Inn d.iy
ho Biirrondort'd to tho fciloirtl foivi'rt
A Cordial Most.
Aftor a (oipa of Villa' nion hud
fnblod tlv biowoty ami bad bo n
Miiponnod tiy a il!phmtto o'liidoyo
w ho kvo thrt bmidll fwonty 'ih.h
j our It lloiuroHn any. h wn ufiirii.t
'i f Villa i 1iitlatloti li dinner. 'I h 'y
j virtually pbieod tho brwir n v' t
ftrront and tu t ilinpiiiilfd him t VI I t
lioaibpiiu ti r. whom lit tlluo.l idii'i
tho bandit lii.'ftrtln. Villa rnrrb'.l t o
rolo of a itiowt ho(!lihb KUi'Ht ao
din ; to lloaKi'lln'a b'ttor. linn In
ooik iiiaton Infnimod bis ituoul Hi it h'
tmint wrilo a chock for JO hod .r.ii
which HiiK"Uii did.
'Iho follow Inw day Hosuu'Hn to
(ui'ft.'d Villa to li'lurn iio-iif. i.nib'
whUti (ho butidiU hd drlvoit awiy
from tho biowory J 1 i emir i.i. i' wtili
Lost Pilot Is
San Francisco Sept. 1rt.P.lut
Jhn L. Eaton missing since last
Tuesday when he left Reno Nev.
east bound in a mall plane Is alive
and safe at Shaffer Nev. accui J- j
Ing to dvlres received here eerly
today. The brief report of th. '
airmen's safety said he and His;
plane were found 50 miles soutli t'
tike Nev. !
EVEN THE LABOR UNION
PAPER -HAS ITS TROUtH.tS
WantiitlKt ill Hept. 111.' .Soino of
tho dlfflciilllin iillai bed to tb enter
tirliot of y.o!in(5 nut it labor iin'oil
iutu t Imi wore Indicated by the fob
lowtnx noilio lntod In tho current
( )f "fhor " a weekly tiewnpapor
published by tho i'luint) plan Ichk'i
"Kdltor I'hll Zloul.'r of tho railway
clerks ro-iuentn labor to anmmnco
that tho Moptemhor liomo of the niitRa
I nine It delayed on account of a striko
of ;ii.'Kinon nnd imiiliitaiitrt." !t'tu!'i"d holdup of their tor hta 4
mo'ith infii tias hrett ontrc t
i imtrlii rhnir nt th stt
MAN WHO SLEW penlu ntlary at Colimtnia on fx-root-
MOTHER-IN LAW ON TRAIL '"r At'tornoy for tho boy ;mf
l-'ort Worth Texan Hop! Ji i' I''"" "f t tl w ll 1 1 y .
Jury In wIiomm band r.! the fa'.' j "
of Or Wallace Mmltb forun.r asoo-tc ROBS RAILROAD MAN
hut city physician aoouxod of kll'iuti Criunelt t!'uff Iowa. Snpt. It-
t la mother In law Juno if had ia'. ii Two mank.xi !jndi wsyUl.t VWk
ton bnllol-4 u i to Thurtdav rnoioiiw
AYor MAC SWINEY
ALIVE BUT VERY WEAK
I-ondon Sept Hi.-Teron.-. t M.s -
t0(fcfl th VtVx Uy Jif hu h
r HkM WJl) mwh W(ul(r
.ornlnic after apondlna; a bad nlxht.
U. cordlnif to hn report to the hnto-i j n.mnrod bv J C Mohler o-ret-
j'o'flco of tho phyaiclnn lit llrtxioniof tho stat' board of a rh-tilfir.'.
prison where tho lord mayor U i.i
ANTI RED FORCES
ARE WINNING BATTLES
ConBtantlnopIo Kept. !. Tho v'-l
Holxhevlk revolution In
remioit In the Cnucuaus
l" un HhmiIiii? MrciiKth.'1 'inn !('
"who recently o.lmdttot th
evacuation of fiuku are ald to b
stlll In retreat.
FLOOD wflTERS AT
ll it i iuu-
i.uik im .
. OIUII It IMII
Ki:; Ml I II
III ' v
FARIiRtri. HIS SON Ai
i wo i hi ii.ii r r.Aiis oi:
i o i uiiii :vnii:
I'liv.i: ivin itiviu
I It OKI IKIIV
niv; om: i . t -
Oklahoma City Sept. te.-A firm-
r belived t be Jon Taylor h. . n
antf a farm hand ir drowned to
th North Canadian rivirnur h(s
this afternoon when a team hora
ran away and pluijJ In th rlv.e
Th wtjan cntAlnif a load of wlr
mOni. ah f(il4piirlt aeordinj
F R f IGM r CArDtJMtO
INTO CANADIAN RIVlft
Oklahoma City p. t. Tw
freight cars en loaded with catda
and tha other with folur went Int.
th flood waters of tha Nort Cana
d'an river In the eouthprt of h
tty early this morning when a train
n the Belt tin Tn Into a wathnwl
according to reorts to tha pobtt.
Many of the cows win drowned
(and th car nf flour ws comlit
toss. On man I. missing.
BALL PARK FLOODED
The double hadr baseball gm
scheduled for Western Lsaue park
this afternoon was cat'ed ff thl
mornlna by Jack Holland owner of
the Oklahoma City tlut. because tha
ball park was flooded to the grsnd-
stand. Tha gams hers yesterday
was cancelled because flood watae
had risen tha edge of th diamond
j A levee at th Intersection nt
' Pennsylvania avenue and ha rive''
late yesterday afternoon resulttd In
several mora block of territory
being Inundated Th breaking f
ths levee between Roblnn and
'Walker avenues wss eapected thU
morning city commissioners report
Hundred. f workers spent tha
night attempting to keep th leva
high enough to withstand th flood
pressure until fall reach her.
The flood has reached It crt at
the city reservoir according to tha
commissioner' report and iub-
stantial drop is expected this after
'noon. Hundred of additional home
w' evacuated last night fearing th
break of the scnd lev.
j MUST DIE IN ELECTRIC CHAIR
i Akron. (ihh Hopt. H-Kirnt
j (lobtatnldl Kid b' pl.'.i'."!
; pullty to kllllim Jacob and Morn
i SlHtin r m ri hnnti fl irn an a-
; fovancy aiMmh employne rntlned
him to hi autoniohiln and rohhut
film of f ."!. Tbo money belonge.t
to fellow ru'lroad e-tnployee wboaw
chocks Iiovaney had taken to t'n
baiik an. oanhod
I KANSAS TOWNS CAIN
i - OVER RURAL DISTRICTS
i . .
Topeka Kn. Kept. ! Ilptd In-
creaH In city poiml itlon as con-
tiiir.l with coofitrv dlH'rtcfa t ehowit
In the cn.ua rer-ort for Kansas m
from repor'a returned
by county as-
PREMIER TAKIS HAND
IN ITALIAN THoUSLfcS
ftomc. Sept. I Pro'e'er Ololitit
tlba Intervened t the nital workei
! dMtxtto nod ha Intlted re!.rM"nta-
tlv of tho employer and worker
to meet him at Turin Sevor&t det.
icate liavu alreudy arrived there In
resronii to the luvUatton.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 54, No. 13, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 16, 1920, newspaper, September 16, 1920; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc712629/m1/1/: accessed August 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.