The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 51, No. 150, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 25, 1918 Page: 4 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLA.. TTTlTnSDAY. .TTJLY 25 1918.
TUB DAILY LEAD EH
It UaUm a. stzUtX.
sentiment will pay little heed to them.
Everyon-s who suae to think real-
Irc that even if the A II I as succeed
patriiaaed frost The lalij Leader build-1 Jq. bitine' oil i.e big A kip -Mania
tmg WMt Harrteoa areaae sod eater! .1 . 1.. .. .. arn . .. .1..
aaaiter. stiOing the Gw.tuin uiiii.t i!i.'ri'ia
III will In; very I if from (triune tho
foe acruis the Khiuo. But it will bn
THINGS THAT NEVER HAPPEN
HIMUB Or AsSOCIatEO PBESft.
OAILV VMCBIFTIOX KATES.
ewr nuntb. bl carrier
fer year by carrier. In idrauo
tt year br bmU. In adeaae ...
K LA BO A WKXT) ULAJOt...
O r iiiU
New Xork oftke: K. at. .Sheffield. Special
Calcage office: N. M. Sheffield. Agency.
CaUs tor eoclety nwetlaf rurds uf
tanks obituary DoUree reeolutlone
eartety M1 cBurcb eocuis lecture uuuifs
rails lot chuna meetings (eiiit Snudty
earssoae) arc considered at advertising
Md wlii be tharged for.
Buataeee offloe: No. JOB West Harrison.
Com poems and Frees room No. lift W.
Bornse. Kdlioml room. 1U7H W. Har--toon.
Te reach ail deparuueute phone
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED
Tha Associated Press is exciusivly
aiui&j iha 11 a for remubUcatlon I
.11 jtLri.ty-hoa onaltlAll in It j tTifftlTS
or not otherwise credited la thia caper
and also the local news published
i very appreciuble '01 In that di-
rection. Tha moral elfcu o such a
reverse if; on ih"? German ruiiE and
people cannot be overestimated. And
ttere in always the possibility that
such a reverse might be prolonged far
1 1 . 1. t : .. .. 1 . i. .. . I
muu nit? rtitiit ioi mo r-sinr.
Some day we believe the A1H' are
rn!n? to drive lae Germane t lear out
of France and B 'Igiuru. and wkh or
a million Anierican in lh field and
ntjother million well started we are
dcily geltinr nttror that day. Now
that Voch hf.s recaptured the offon-
;Jve which h withhold from doin?
until ho was cerialn he would mike it
effective Ihere 'b every rerson to b-
llnve he is ready to koop it up. His
v'ctorloim troojn. efpecir.lly the Ant-
wlll with difficulty be h-id
hack Tho siiru cf the hiur i forward.
CDDir-TKlS IS TOO NICE
AN AnePNOON TO Stfii H S
00 kM6ni uown 1
oNtn row TOLWtLr
In tha aariM In which we have
been wont to think of armlet
tKfre are no armiea In th'a atrug-
gle! there are entire natlona
armed. Thue tha men who remain
to till tha toil and man the fae
toriea are no !ea a part of tha
army that la In France than tha
thia and tha people mutt draw
man beneath tha battlaflagt. To
thia and the people mutt draw
cloaa to one compact front agalntt
a common foe. Thia nation needt
all man but It naedt each man
not In tha field that will moat
pleasure Mt but In the endeavor
that will rve the common
p.H va.-w Wlltori.
Mow'i: n.t madden tie Prsr'ant "l1011
1o h.?sr that the ros'.dent of Hheims
lw( in-ot f0.CKt lKtls of rbamiaR!ie
tc 'heir defenders.
THE DEAD EX-C2AR
The liutmiun wireless reiwrt of tho
hootins of Nic-'iolas Komanoff July
!o in gcnentlly arepjed us true. The!
slaying of the former Czar may bei
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. 'ii lliimJi !i
AW MOM CANT
I rlNtSH MY
r in lljj 1 i"
(TWO HOURS' j
1 1 7 1 1 1 as l
significant of changing conditions iu
j Ixussia. After sparing his life for so
J long that the Bolsheviki leaders
I should order hi death seems '.o iud
1 cate a growing feer of counter revo-
t lution and a return to the moiurchy.
S Ho wa evidently not killed in a Bud-
1 f .
! (ivu ace;
nCH THE WHALE HUNTER-.
i.Kri thf enntaiAM wuitr.
unM.u It has all the : r- j WA8HNQTON.8 SW0RD.
Huce of a deed d-liberatcly decided rBPriFBiri. dbtiirnfd.
anu inereiorw I'resuninuiy iui
ui fury or atics of cir-
lliK-t and unknown
The Federal (iove4-nm"1nt played i"
ftTorita in New York when thf- order
cutting down ua;r for candy and es-
tablishing a deadline for booie" was
' cause. No raue Is ai'.nrent
such foar of counter revolt.
1 tiermtiny'j nwponjibility tn- This
! ;rurder. for in the adiiit"d absence
of any trial it wa nothing less is
obvious. Ptrhapa the- H.ipsburK and
HchensolWn ai'om that kins must
.itlck together I'ipses w hen ouo c -ases
i b a kSng but all the same the
i'aet that Herman autocracy jtiHid by
Cer:nany wroposea that the Allict
shall agree to a proposal not j bom-
bard any towns "outaide tiie war
This wiit the Tnited S'afes
which intends to tuake every Frus-
K'an villaire city and town a purt of
tbo war zone by taking the war on a
tovir via the air route.
Anything tnoro preposterous than
the Kaiser's (suggestion io Sj'are bia
and pormitted the asfaetiination of rrusxian cities while he
In the matter of nomination the
I .... CI. m.lnfalllill hltf n (Ml -
..n. v. Ynrt fiuvrmor- i Nichola i a bl .w to the monarchic 1 killing wanten and children
raiiiuons. rossiciy .Nicnoias inuer-jwiui a long range eaunou oiu oe
limn eyes was H)or sort oi kmi? diitu-uit to wnceive.
iu I how stormy
rblp which the failure of the stam
pede didn't weaken.
! uyway. Ho bungled tho game. He! Prussia' desrwrute bopelesn t.tnig-
Urooklya Judge has ruled
thal!n"ver knew hi own mind He was gi may be compared to that of a huge
there lis no auch hing as an execs ot j moreiy a r'tioi aionurcn ruieo ny a j whalo In which the wnaler has plant-
oW riot is m upholding a aa:ior wno n-m-u u.-i-c ""jea nts narpoon wun etroug line ai-
thot a pro-tlermaa ausrl. So It'Pce for auch;r. kins in the ' super-behooves-everybody
to be like Cae- ! nn" scheme of king. He mar not
tr's wife I av ':? doon' worth saving.
rrrrr j The?e very fcrtors which damned
view that there Is no . n.m in autocratic eyn may ineun-
he democracies to iiity his fate to
nuM for over-elation or eiee'sive
in ih: rexults of the lat i Judge more leniently of h:s larver of
fw days' fighting didn't come In time
t inn tha bell- and whistles. Be
aides there's no such thing as ovr-
etion when something like that happens.
ALLIES CO ON.
The capture of Chateau-Thierry
by the FTench who have pressed on
nrr.heact and Liken the bridgehead
on the north of the M&rne at Brerles
U accompanied by the news of the
further progress on both; the western
and eoutiern sides of the isne-
r v : -;..t.tii TV &11is j
rre pushing nay in some caees act-
inti'otence. Th.-e wore times wlen
h gave indicatiojs of a Just and hu-
man conception of affairs ht he
: Ircked the force '.o correct. Even the
j llsheviki a"ora to have this view of
I h m since they spared him so iong.
He w as k.lle.l. if th has been killed
not because of personal hatred but
because of what h re-; reented.
K-.t-' How's nils ?
We offer One Hundred Dollar. R
1 ward for aay case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
F. J. CTTENTT CO.. Toledo. O.
TTa the undersigned have known V. J.
ually rushing the Germans back. M-jhlm jx-rfectly honorable tn l business
.iff.( r .kj f.-w-. rpiis'snre transactions and flnanclsliy tH in carry
cry stiffening or tne toe s resisonce j out ny cbI)rmtons r-j. r i.a erm.
l met and overwhelmed by greater J NATIONAL BANK CP COMMET.CE
fcrc. thrown in by General Foch and! a Toledo. X
his commanders. The momertary' Han's Catarrh Cora ls taken Internally
mi. ... . lcln(f lrrcliy upon th blovJ and mu-
s ju'keninc. as th German- attempt- j xus surface of i'ie system. TeetimonUla
. . . ... Sent fre. IHre 7i eenla Jx.r bottle Sola
tsl to chork the ttorm appr to ho e 1 br i rrorrista e
been overcome. j Tase s Tmd ni tor ooupeuoa.
V w ewsst mat- m a n Arainiit siVr-Pft
timating the consequence of th suc-
deet thus far tttained. but io;ai'jr
The whate Hunge. threshes the
water dashes forward in a grand
"offensive." feels the steel stops
j suks then dashes ahead again.
The whaler in his lost watching
carefully never In a hurry knows
that if he makes no mistakes he will
have his dui whale sooner or later
k is only a question of the mon-
Poch is chief hunter ot the Prus-
rirn whale. And with interest you
cn recall that Posh is the descend-
rnt of real whaie hunters. His Barqn!
encestors more than r. thousand yeers
ego huired the Ilight whale biggest
cf its kind in the Bay of Biscay un-
til the monrter heram" entirely ex-
.Scicntisl j tolling ot tle gradual d:-
appearunce of the wh.Jo tell !iow the
BIstay whale tLe first that Kuro-
cfciis ipver hunted a pursued In
I'ttle boats by t5o anctvtrs of G'n-
oral Foch. t.i the ninth century nJ
driven iuy to the Far North.
You can ima;.rf;;e h ancient Bas-
ques from whom Foch comes down
ia a str-ight lin going out upon the
roiiKh dangerou' waters of the bay
hr.rpHniii the huge creatures row-
ing with him as he da-hod away rap-
idlv to avoid too grc.it a strain on
tr- Pit" fightiivs him s he (am" to-
vi.i 1 . Ihvi! in bl; mad rushand
f.naiiiy laiHlmg htm. the foolish
wlii.U' ;i'.l die while b''icing Hat his
gicut bullf would conquer th- intolli-
genco that had pn;l the steel In
his blubber and would c-oon send the
tl'arn blade into his h-wrt.
What Koch's people! the hao'
que did for the Right whale on the
water Foch will do for the Prussian
whale on the wst battle front be
rure of that.
The German Knicror iu one of his
latest puuseu and usui.l speeches said
ttot this war Is a sttuggle between
two force seeking for world mastery.
Kngland and Germany.
He might have gone farthr back
end interested himself In the dis-
ccvery which ho Is now making on
the Marae that the struggle Is be-
tween two other forces the force of
thia young republic and th Prussian-
ism that Frederick the Great ertab-
llshed about the lime that George
Waahlngton was e la bibb lug this na-
t'on tba ia to iMle Prussiau auto-
cracy. Old Frederick ai-proiiatoil Vah-
irgtou to whom hm sent a sword
with hist compliments. And hu ap-
preciated the in. ailing of such work
r? WtuWisiiton'a. He sake of it in
a well known iiusoge reforrtsg to the
fad that to tncourage such tnea as
Washington was a bad taluf for thai
Little could old Frederick have'
guessed as he wrote hi bad verses I
fn Prench and ployed the lit-rary;
dandy among his "150000 bayonets" :
at Potsdam what wva to be the mean j
kg. for Prussia especially of the na j
tkm that George AVashioston was
The sword that Frederick sent to 1
Washington haa been sent back on
hundreds of shi; in the hands of a
million men. It will undo and for
ever end the' work to which) Freder-
ick devoted his life.
Luckily they have 00 Frederick
the Great with his overwhelming mil-
itary geoiua in Prussia now only a
would be Frederick who would like
to call himself "the Great" but know s
enly how to throw his meat agunst;
certain death abroad and his peo
ple against slow starvation at home j
How it would surprise interest
and enrage Frederick '-f he could re-
turn and watch thia war. He would
we bis wen planning munler in rub-
marries bem-at'o. the water tbelr
fighting ships afraid to come out. He
would soe an American invention
the airship dropping dynamito 'ix th
other American invention the sub-
marine. He would o an Ame-ioan
college professor in the White House
telling Prussia that she cannot have
;eaco yot because she isn't sufficient-
ly humble all the 1 n1H ligence and
civilization of Eump French. Wig-
I'shv Italian fighting with the new
American nation agtUnM the out-or-
date theories tl-at Fnnderlck repre
rented ami thut his successor has
The present Kaiser is to Frederick
what a tiger-cat ia to a Bengal tiger
the eame race perhaps but not the
same kind of animal.
Mrs. Burns' Letter.
Here is a letter trait is certain to
prove ot interest to people fn this
vicinity as cases cf this sort occur
in almost every neighborhood anl
people should knjw what to do in Itke
Savanah fo Oct. 1C. I9l.
"I usd a bottle of Chamberlain's
Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy about
nine years ago and it cured me ot flux
(dysentery). I hail another attack of
the same complaint come thres or
tour years ago and a tew doses ot this
remedy cured me. I have re:om-
mended Chamberlain's Colic and Di-
arrhoea Remedy to dozens ot eopla
tlnoe I first used U."
For Corporation Commissioner
ART L. WALKER
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Art L. AValker is a candidate for the Douiocr&tic ooiuina'
tton for Corporation Comtuissioner and ia making the race as
a life-louu Democrat basing Lis claims to support on his own
merit and not on the demerits of anyone else. He ia only 38
years of age but his experience is the record of a arotn who
has been a business succesa as well as & leader in movements
for the advancements fo his business as well h jolitieal asso-
ciates. He has been a hardware merchant and an officer iu
the State Hardware Dealers' association secretary of the state
associations of commercial organizations and a successful
newspaper owner and manage lie has been a political leader
but never before a candidate for office lie is a corporation
commissioner now because of his fitness for the place and is
worthy of your confidence and support as a candidate for
election to a full term. He is familiar with the work of the
office aud is an expert in certain departments. The govern-
ment has taken over the railroad rate situation and the com-
mission can employ Mich railroad rate and operating experts
as it may need as it has done heretofore. j
Mr. "Walker is compete tet to safeguard our ititereht and
he caa get the votes of real Democrats whose votes are going
to confer this D'trutnation. Figure this over for yourself and
act according to what you deem your own beht interest.
Art L. Walker Campaign Committee).
enced female workers in Winaepeg
Canada where foodstuffs other than
candies are manufactured is not less
than 1 10 a week.
LO THE POOR INDIAN
IS A FOXY
NO AOVANCE IN PRICE
Spasmodic croup Is
usually fettered ntS
25o 60c $1.00
J lOONTI.NrED FROM pa OS.
I polish is an admirable substuute. He
j Cesplsee sobriety and a condition of
; mental menageries wherein pink
i jelly f.sh wearing plug hats and gold-
! hpadd canes paraue before his vision
's his idea of a supreme hot time In
) the old town.
inr jTOir eii u a worn oi auv
7hile Some One
gives his LIFE
what axe YOU
thirk s miBuU
AH a tka Real Cwea War Famd
S far War Retlaf.
t'on bout fnm:sh:ng Poc-r l with
j iMoxicjitins toniI vanish. Kspectal-i
' !v bls true during tensions of the
federal court whn this simle crildj
1 1 ; cature here in attendance on I
the function! of said court. Convic-j
t'on means a penitentiary term as a
rifMestd Indian t a holy trror. and
ts mind tsgarief. ocfvioi.d by too
n-uth libation seriously hinders the
foeeesfol admiaistratioo of Jutk-e
A word to the wli is afkient
Your Number in Draft?
These are the numbers in the order drawn in Washington of
Class of 101S registrants. Numbers above 'J4." however
are omitted as that is the highest number in any Wal
draft boarJ. with the exception of Tulsa county. Every
youth in the state with those exceptions can determine
his liability by this table based on the highest registra-
tion number that of 245. Numbers above 245 do not
affect any reentrants in the state and are disregarded
by the local lard. The numbers in parent heset at the
bevnnnitig of each line indicate the order number as ap-
pl.nng to di-Mriot having 245 registrants or less. The
drawing fixed the liability for service of tLe new regis-
trants after leit;g placed at the lottom of the yrevnt
list of eles to which they will be assigned by the ques-
tion n a ire proems.
IBERIA SHIPPERS MUST
C0P.1PLYJHITH NEW LAW
Shipments Must Be Clearly Mark
ed As to Weight Grade and
Contents of Baskets or
Delaware river employs' tio women
vorkers in office work.
The British ministry of national
service haa authorized the enlistment
rf 3'.5oo hitherto exempted men un-
der 31 engaged in agriculture.
All the fire fighters in Ienlon
Texas have unified their lnteresta
and are in a union with a charter
from their international association.
Delegates from the various unions
on thje Southern railroads met re-
cently and completed a federation of
the Brotherhood ot Hallway Clerks
j A law is "proposed in Argentina au-
New Zealand's dairy industry owes j t! orliing a commission to iprepare a
much ot its prosperity to the success cede of national insurance. Including
of milking machines of which be- fiatrenlty sickness old age unem-
tween SM) and 10000 are in use ployment widows' and orphans' and
there. accident insurance.
uien war workers havo proved
Successful in every occupation except
4 street car conductors In Berlin it
being claimed that they are extreme-
ly Insulting to passengers.
' i . --m i ' i :
Forty -one hundred journeymen
members of the Typographical Union
atd 700 apprentices are now la ttse
military and naval forces of the
United States and Canada.
rf - S ' a
A Council Bluff f-nrery voce
was robrd of fite saks or wb-at i (101 )
Hoar oae ganday nieht. The next '(HI)
rght tt was robbwl of ttve sacks cf :121
eora meal The rrocer s etplaratkwi ( 13U
s that the burglar :n findinx that (141)
he bad disrersHed th fifty-nny rulef (l.M )
as eo oonscience-strVka that helilfil t
coW not rest taotfl be had conform-j( 171 HI
ef to the food adaiinirtmtJoife reTlng
tlat one pound of other cereals must
r oMafciea wJth every octrd of wheat
rour Christian Reajlster.
"HtLI WW TetS tTAO."
154 K 21 210 17 74 13i 145 27
57 76 7 122 S7 191 4 2 1
70 H'" 2S 9 151 'At 15 125 45
IV. 212 SI 2.14 Hi 51 244 M 211
K4 oJ m 16 2tt;l 21S 191 1-vl K!
H7 55 .11 '56 102- 2 11 3
1W V H7 n 21 240 11 f3 241
IH 2 1 HI 22-1 2M 54 81 171
14 1!2 243 224 114 39 :i
9 49 . 25 12 H4 22 149
2 22 95 77 4 241 227 17
W. 1 131 123 11 2tl 12 194 15
15K K7 40 1J 3 T.t! 7 27
213 179 1 52 219 21 14 li5
71 2w '17 19 2:M l!fi 15 f9 37
fit ' 195 i;2 ii : ii m n-
l:f 11 140 222 217 197 103 79
141 2fi 110 211 li4 157 31 9i 124
43 142 m 134 201 127 101 159
144 23 22 214 21 11 75 50 47
60 . 129 2tX5 lt3 73 lfT7 1G3 111
146 9 20 220 242 100 113 109 215
166 117 139 133 105 42 213 176 235
121 221 162 132 118 97 236 171 22S
IU ITT 1ST O D
i The following warning lued by the
( d part men i of agriculture bureau of
chemistry Washington ia of ewpecial
irtcrest to Logan county fruit grow-
I era. The order ie addressed to ship-
pers ot fru't and vegetables and says;
"The federal food n1 drugs act
t slates that food in package form shall
. be deemed tnisbranded If the quantity
cl the contents be not plainly and
: ns.Hcuourly marked on tha outsid"
' of the ickage in terms of weight
measure of numerical count. This
ptovsslon of the law ts applicable to
rtoducts of the farm such as fruits
and vegetables if shipp-d In package
from aa well as manufactured foods
"KhipswrB of ttiese producta should
see that bagw. crates hoses hampers i
and ickajre of other kinds bmr a
true ('lain and ronwpfcaons statement
o! the qaanttty of food in the pack-
age b-fore ft ia shipped In Interstate j
ennmerrf or otherwise hmught wit- j
1r the jurisdiction of the act. f
'if during the freat semsea. in-i
sres tore of the harxaa enoosinter In-1 a a a ! a m m l A A
terte shlpm-nt. of these products i F C''I'O' VV
whM are not properly marked nruVajB Tl pm a f ftst s--i " O
sraieoieats of net contents orriclsl I r tXTX'XT AT I . IflTPV .
ssmple. wratcrieed.nd.pro.iCi - w j U
Iriate acttoii takn wnder the terrae
c the fnrd and drag act. An
Pafcinc rmir bwciita. m' bread noiffina brnww hreail iuu
ake. n wafne mot dee rail -qvuck fcreada.- TMI
t t ear al A ki .i m. . . "P" r
. - -1 - i-w i-r oa altera swmim
ror. wdot .. wh-.t at .11 M ara
wbo's gwtnj iu
Tvu all makea tn H
auimtitme flour tt as re a'l d
r-!ir tin ii er
m-l l.-t n.ed'rin fn lake. fV
'.leal er liacuile mr
up his a.- ji
clc-wre givirif sTeific taformattoai vahae u at Crwaa War
regarding the method to b teyed ; R M wttn u Federal
!r mark wr containers of fruit and ' .. .
teaetabW accompaniea this tetfer " t t";4i-
I Sartrkai dress 114 room at slaaooic
Catteral wait tt Cott-rsJ ackonL
Work rooaae a: Weat Sid WCTC
The lane atotnr ia aa air fm Ifetaodist mail at afethodUt ckarcSv
which la ased to rart the breathing
process ia aewry-bora fcahie.
Tk Cot lad arrard oa C
Altar society ttKofC aaX.
U C T anit. Baptist Circle. Oil
at It Powth Divlaioa anJL
TelephoM epnatora Welfare a art
racker-Bartoa anit Oreal aalt fflrat
rtweal bask talt. MeOadist aalt.
A 'tar Society. Lady Uta XTtSit
The Macabee Red Croca aait sriJ
- - - - SV 4. m .Smwo at tk n
W. aV C. aait. Attar Reeiety. Ladiea tt Vrs J S Avery and an
at TTfcy tCr. j are fgaafsl to m
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