The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 53, No. 21, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 20, 1919 Page: 1 of 8
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GIUNl) STANDS Yt EUE PACK.
ED ON LAST DAY TO SEE
E( 11 IVi EVEVrS; (.Alt.
YVEItE FAST AXD
V DIUVEHS FEAIH-ESS
Flifl:.1 .mill. POIIIT
ALL VMMll MS WILL UK
PAID ' AND COMMITTEE
; WILL HAVE CLEAN BILL
t'OII ALL DEBTS COV-
f TR ACTED; CAIINU
fy VAL AT NIGHT
V ' W AS W IDE
i " ' OPEN
The sixth annual fair an tht grounds
of tha Cimarron Vslley fair aaaociatian
passed Into binary laat night.
Notwithstanding that tha first two
o'ays were not eo wall attended aa
tha managamant espected tha fair aa
a whole waa spiandld and was a sue
Tha dose waa dramatic. Tha auto
race wra featured with many thrilla
Including a faw wrecks and tha break-
i g of racartt for apacd. Tha drivara
vara Jaredevile and put every aunca
of speed into thair machinea in an ef-
fori ta anna tha big money prises.
Tha big crowd that Jammed the
prand s'ands wara good natwesd and
tha aftamoon waa cool. Tha wine"
b.ew from tha direction to giva the
paopia a clean view without tha die-
agreeable fcatura of duat cloud.
There is no question about tha auto
racat being tha drawing attraction:
tha gellopsre alao bring out a crowd
but th harness racaa ara no Ion gar
popular lk thay wara in tha days
feafora tha auto racing. It la tha thrill
and tha dangar that appeal ta tha pee-
pi tttaAplaoaa aula raelng above
varythmg alia at a drawing carl.
The eahl bite veere escellent thia
year. All prltta will ba paid prompt
ly. Tha managamant ia wall pleated
but It ia the aanaral faailng among
bualnets man and thoaa who ara eon.
neeted with tha management of the
fair that thin will ba the laat fair ta
ba roed under tha management of
tl.a Cimarron Valley association. Tha
rt fair will ba a "free fair" and af-
' ferta to that end will be made thia
win tar. Tha "free fair" eyatem haa
proved a big aueeeee in other court-
ties ef tha e'ate and can be made a
The carnival played to big crowds
yesterday afternor and last night and
cleaned up a barrel of coin. A per cent
of the money goaa to the fair. T
Following ia the reauit of tha auta
No I Time trtuls for each rar en-
tered to lower If possibly track state
and world'e rocord tor one. utile on a
fcalf mile track. Fastest U9. 11 D won
ty Oleu Breed. ' Time: ' !) wc
So " tive mile lleht car race for
tar 230 cubic Inch displacement and
imrf-r lrlr"; Ftr-t $lf: eccond.
$v3; third f 4 0 . . Johnny Mais 1u Ea-
ti vod first tuouey: Ft J Wallac
Wallace 8tecial ecoud; Meryl Loe-l-t-1ve
No 3 fir tulle baodicau race. Care
rill oc batnjlc?u--d according to time
roado tn tbf time trial. Pritea:
First ItOJ: H'coud. ibird. 14.
Clou Brrsl In Hudson won flrt
woupv; "AV r Cainott. Marmon Su-
i ttl won awund fend No 8 car took
t!iird. Eveut No 4 waa elemlnatpd.
No 5 inslrajiaii pursuit race lim
jted 1o tf tnllca for th four fa-itf
ears In li tlm - trial. Prisea: Flrt.
1100; ttond. 150. jj. Car No 1. Cli-i
Itrevd. Hudson won first money:
Ko ? Jake StrlcWpr In lTudaon won
it-miid. Tba tbor two pntrantB 10
nd 11 n-ere put out early In the game.
No Souihweetefn 8weep8iake
trpnty-flre mllpa Tying atart. Frla'a;
Flrtt t203; accond 1125; third $75
Car No 1 too flrat money; car 10
took second and tar It took third.
s:ui Asiions cff Orkneys
IS LV S. TlMNSJWVr
M Aiw'ntrit Prwts I ;
' Londoa Sept 20 At tha war oMc
thU afternoon it was said the vessel
abore off tha . Orkneys bad about
1000 troops ou hoard returning from
th Russian front. She tras not be-
lieved to ba I na terions condition the
Lope being eapreseed tin! sli wouid
b safely refloated.
Latest Caper in
New Vac kept 20 A liauor
raid aat ta muaia la traadway'a let-
While tha ercheetr In Oaiy'a rea-
taurant laat nigM waa playing it
M't aelactiona eght agent
arbed with warvanta charging vio-
lation of war -time prahibrlion ar
rted a brkfr and three wall-
ers. Meanwhile mwaiciana and
alngera continued thair affarta.
cheating the dinera of tha "thrtir
f a raid.
It waa rather a eoetable IHt
raid apparently with na hard feel
mga an the part af emar4 Daly
praportator who the leaat fhiaered
per ton present entered the bar
where the secret service men were
aampling goeda behind the maheg-'
any barrier and aang out cordially:
"Help yourselvee boyal"
Later rie provide ISOQ ba.l far
each af hie empleyea.
STATE NEWS NOTES
STAS wnac. ... .... ...
Oil flrld workein on the -at nld
ruorti"d to have ulnick. drny the
Mrs J II llupb and her llulw diug ti-
ler of Arnntt w-r lurnd 10 di-ath
lust nixlil whnn their bum- ImrnH
Tim ImhIv o( tbt late couri'AM(iin
J 11 Tboniiison. I on thr van 10 ()k
lufcuma In a i.nc1b1 Ira In. Ti n con-
rmnrn atcotnpsnjlnc It.
Tbt Sou 1 to Ctiuadisn rlvir In on u
rampaitn a?aU and Oklaboina City
low Uuds an- tbrcstenrd.
Win A I'ii KurJ jtd hla wife- 4-lm ra
ni with killing the Hutchinson broth
ers nner TaMruali. wrrr anitrnrrd
10 yeara tuch In the etato vnHcn-
No part of On body of Jim Ko-
li r wan found following th riilo
slon of nitroKlyccrinc lu wason b
wao driving. Tbn t-xloalou occurred
Ocorjtu tviiejijiliui U bvina; mnifio'
lie- Is VI r lo $20tVO Tht fslato Is;
at Omaha Neb ' :
Tbliivr mlilril the Catholic church
fct Tulsa last nlirlil and stol thirteen
oil pfllutlur TBlurd at 12.009. 1
Frank Clark and Wjllituii Yat al-!
rtnd tnnonblu(rs are being bcld by
fcdral officers at Foteati. !
Morn thin OO.tHMl gulloua o( (tuo-
lin was de-strojed by fire at a Tnl
; la nt ywimday.
STttL WORKS Wil l.
NOT (XOSE DOWN
T'lttslJurRh. Fa. Sept Zl Ileports
that tue United States Steel corpora-
Hoe would shut down lis pUuts lu the
Pittsburgh district unless there was
I0J pr cent loyulUy sbowu by tha
workm. vt-re iteuled !de Ci th
offlc of thn Caiur ne 31 couipan'
a suUaldlary The plants wlU oporat
as long at pibu rcitfoi work It wt
NEW LINE Of JAP STEAMERS
TO BE ESTABLISHED
II A" ! "led Pi I
N'ew Orleans r Sept 70 Estahlleh-
meut of a new lino of Japanese
steamers soon jo begin service to New
Orleans via Cape Horn and South
American ports.was announced here
today by a represontattva of Nahst
mura A Company of Tokio Japan the
HU ra HEIDI FAYS
THE SU'RENE PENALTY
(Mr AnrUlel riK
Munich Sept 20Prlu Heidi the
former Spartacan leader and five of
Me aaaaclataa wrh early today were
sentenced to pay t endeath penalty
having been found guilty ef the mur-
der of noatagee during the soviet
regime were executed last night.
FRENCH MILITARY UNITS
TO 00 TO IULCARIA
i Br Anoiiatrit PreM t
Paris Sept 20 French military
anils will be se&t to Bulgaria to su-
pervise the execution of the provision
of the treaty with that ooun'ry ac-
cording to the Echo de Pari a.
New- Orleans Sept 20 TonigUt and
Sunday partly cloudy cooler north
IUtottJIWJjyttt cl Slt
! wounn pinraiciAira xmo ahl attending would wide conference
Viihii ilivt mui rcj'rrsviituijr ixtri frtrlti iull'rtH iiwluiliit .))an ( h.it.t anl Kuwia. r
iu New -Yirl t'itv hHiihIhih mm Itilfrniitional vniiftTriMc wIim-Ii will s( fur ait week Thf ubifcl it tu
jfuriiiali cli'ariiig unw for mu-Ii informal i.n 04 tin w iitl rul.litn m m;y J. unl for n linnia nf worKl
j wide i-oiitiuvtivp rcfiinn The i(ift-rrin i U lu inf ht-Ki ninlfr tlu iiKiit-'s i.f m V V (" A War Work
Ij ruuicil In ttiit Kroiii Irfl lo right fttnit row Hr: I r .Vt Mo Vinleh.f lnvinuf K i!rrlilih Ur
lj Toiuo liiotv i.f Toliio .lajiHii: Dr Mary IV.vIrr of L iaimr ; J)r CitriatiiM Mat n il f lniiluuj Pr Mrv
J ' l ..r L.h.Im iii. .tu l. n..r ..1 1 't... It Hai It. l 1 .-ii. i.si... .11 r i. i'..i...:ii
Ljuairw icli of Scrlii; Dr r'raui Hlotr JohtialMit of lvHniirv:li. SiUinl cur row ; t f Thniilirr
loiivlry of I'arin; Ir Vvomr IVuriu of Nant.- rJi!tc; Hi V.n.tHm Ia'Ujj of l.oii.tuii; r Ma Way of
KJinburt;li. 1 lr Alif Aiumm IVon of i'ru)ruiy.
mw rttttrvsatsmimt mmmassxtmxrmmti'iaKprm'mM arr.aryriiSWB'ffaraj. " im
WAS ALWAYS POPULAR
Red Cross Workers Demonstrated
Fact That Login Babies Art
Fine and Dandy ; Many
r'rldsy waa another lni.y day lor
tha wotk'i- at tha ltd Cr boolli
a the fair. More fine Imbles cam to
lio examined. iimim nhuia wrrn tS"
Ihtnald UiusUni Hc Vlrgltila IS--'
IVtllanl Walter linnnoo. Kueiii lUu'-it
Vamn F lsiikfonl. Milvln T?oiim
Terry Iriu- Juiib VVi-Ulun Clirl-
iletiry lloajt. V!nln lloua lttih I
I'lalr Ayn V lter. Nelilc f lov.!
lUlib Hollis lliytl. Vera -Masln Cola
Fvd W llumiiht-cy Mary I'Jlrn fir
Eddie Helm. Mary K Kennedy Hy-
mond Short Vernon llartman. Utile
Hiorm. Anna It Kelloug. Nll Siorrn
I'.-oan Curd Jr. Vivlun llouie. Nut:
1'aultne Traver. 1
Mrs C II llsrker K O Iturk. r it'
vin and Souter. wlw presided at Hi
exttinlnliifr tables were; ttslntel by
iJri RVi)b !kKley Mins Uielle Dt-ilev
and Miss French and Miss Curdi r
Iho Mr-thodlct 1m)k Hit. The minrrs
were given kind cteetliig rul i-cre t.
and supplied with helpfiil ll eraiur"
by Mrs I.r Tavls Mr Cna Oisn nnd
Mm txtHelma or the l-Vik-ralcd Cluttf .
Th lied C'ro nunury was ably pre sided
over hy Mrg l"4i iiin;; sud ;ra
The estimated lonn of Hie IVntrsl
National bank of Tuht'imh by thlcfts
from within is ptml al t0tn0 Th
bank 1s closed and (lu la-ililii and
prealdent are in Jail
Results from 2
The No Accident Week caniiulKn
held during the week of June 22nd.
lu the central western rcKlou com-
prising w.r0XI miles of track and y:t.-
000 cmidoycs ahows the followlnx
uirprlslng and gratifyhiK
Out of the C7 railroads In thia region J
17 lor 73 per cent! had a 0 per cent
clear "fhlent record. The region show.
Ing was: June 22. to dOtS Ki ce- J
nalttes. June 22nd to SVth 1011. 100 j work the result of wtsji h will i ndure
casualtlea. A casually decreasn of 7?fir all time for I am aalfsfhd that
Wulker It lllio'S director general Rlveu up with like iwiealng Inlo history
and VV T Tyler director division of of the railroad eilmiuUtretlon but per
K'ratln L'nited Siatei railroad ad-! rail mod will contluuo lit Imlld pro-
ministration have dialRtiated Uie two j centra minioililns: ui'on which the
weeks beginning October 18 ha a r jfresslvely tn the years lo tonje.
Dry Blight Drives Old -Timers from the Yukon
' - ' ' . . i i .. ju ji .. i i -in rui mi
iHf Aoctated I'rene I
DawNin Yukon Territory gept ItO
"So this Is Dawson Well how the
old place baa changed."
A grlssled miner one of tlw old
times who mushed over the Cbllkoixt
pass to the Klondike during; the first
rush and who than succumbed to the
"lure of the Yukon" returned to tlio
metropolis of the gold fields recently
and thus gave expression to his sur-
prise. ' . "'"'
The Packers' Cinch
Mere a a partial list ' Wilsons
certified guaranteed fancy g'ec-r
let as advertised In a cunent n a
String Be ana
Perk and ena
THs packer have a few et'n' airfe
l(nea-i in all Including r-if t"e
so' leather. SO per cent of the t.ldee
(5 per cent of the egg and 31 per
cent of te dtiiy butter. Ail the
. need do now le to take on r"l':rery
clothing and cofflne to "jet" ti from
tee crania to the grave"
Ifji;si; coi'NUi to r
; . i . Mn v.nwu m h
Oklahoma City h. iu -J A Wblto-
hurst as hcMiik tli.ilnuari of the slate
Cii'iiii ll at defense lndiiy off -red Ihe
r.rr e of tli jimnell to Federal l"s
Hilt Juilt;e J II (olternl In I tie timl-l-r
f iiiieijH8i(iim of fril.tTint.
allied 1'rnlislilv vill he inad" one of j
Jie milijerM of a federal errand Jury!
m-iu i tirouKii tike aiH'rauon of no .
I liiMii "toi'iriT v eounefls and Kpet ial
a;eiltt Mr W'hiteliui el Iimm ket'l In
:l.ii' imnh with cniidlllonii. ami If
r oflieeljc has occurred he will h!
6b!e o fumiKli facts and elrium-
Weeks Drive Againsl Accidents
Mini In whiih a "Nationul Accident
rrcveutliin Drive" will l(r bold on
evory American ralliond Under fedora I
In letter to the mauiuter of the
aufely aecllon .Mr Tyler hsis autcd-
"The safety section and then men
both officers and ciiK'loyes who are
o-oerting with the suction nil over
ue enriiged In a Splendid
this h M'MiiDtlilng which will mrl !"
Duwson is dry now. Venerable dance
(wills of this once wild Arctic city are
empty desolate bsrn-like. Oarohllng
houses and other "Joints" bave been
cleaned out Some have been remM-
rleir and will bo used for atorea. The
unMtucw and the ganicatera most of
them' at least have fled. The' rest
are "making their get-away" for day
are getting abort and the boat sesr.oa
I; approaching a chase)
Closing of toe bars ta Dawson City
t tyi eg yer. w.
tmm '-' jwu. miaicii jnsaK
CENT IS Sf.lGL.E0
Beer of Old Time Kick Is
Beinf Sold Over the Bart
t'hii!0. H!ii Fe-dersl Judge
lnili lily ( In ly mmtoiie rt(.
H'Seiitativew of ihier of four MHbu-
lies btewerlen reaardlng 'h imu-
M 1 1 it si of beer ar- lha lino Into Illi-
nois They lrt!ft thai their bvr
ranged from l. lo 2 74 per cent of
slroiiolir riiileiu bile t0 thejutists
fnrtlte l!llw)l ilrart iiieid of agrKSul-
lure lold of testa bit h showed sain-
iden of Wlacott In bwr seised In 2in
City in containing t.'ieiv 2 fl and
3 31 put cent i;f glcolwiUu tuiUeiU oy
sciioik is ioimi
A New Jeie) woman ). fouiel
lies of aetiing a little pliimoii'
ller IuikIisiuI is a drinker and eveiv
Mine lin snends a nlhl out with the
hoys she draws f '. of Ma pione" It.im
the luok and as hi) soiiiettiaes Is out
for ihr nights a we-k tt.eouiiU ut.
K nie oilier eM'iine vU of tours'! he
lie i' ... 1 1 J (tfler i.evl Jnusiv .Jij
M VS 1 1 IV M UMMI'LUS
IIAIDKD IN HI Itl.IN
- 1 SH" .V'S'i'i'i''''f'irr'"
liilllii Hr-H !o -The Hmil
nt wsp" er offices hTe -aura laliln-! hy
the military Scuta The puiilu'sMoii
"i' tha Tlepuhllran the Jut National-
1ft tins New Ireliuid end the 'olce of
j Lahor wss aui'l't'ca i d.
I oeraoiislly cungra tulut you. VOUr
assoclutea in the section and every
man on every taUioud of the entire
country ution the opfioiiunity which
I Ms niovemeiw otfers for doing work
of a genuinely constructive nature;
tomi'thhig which not alone concerns
the railroads and !heir employes hut
which rem bed lan k into Iho family
' society at lara;i and haa already
added much to t h.a.vlni'ss hd well
blng through the ik eservM loa of
prleelens lives and limbs."
In Mier nddreaned t Federal
manuxers Hale llolden. regional di-
rector snys; "This 1ms my hearty
(Contlnund ou 1'age 6 Col I )
marks th end of tli wldo open alon
lu North America from lha Arctic cir-
cle to the Hlo Orande.
Government vendor shops are to. be
opened here and at White Horse.
Wholesale dealers are turning' over
their remaining stocks to the govern-
ment at jost price laid down ne'e
plus a year's Interest of j per cent.
Mexico U said to be the destination
of many adventurers who apent de-
cade or more In thle region. . w
Short Cuts To
- IVivis IVfrynta. b lives near
CrMis-wt waa inlured leaf nifht whet
hla automoall went Im'o a !. pear
tltw m4y. II was Ukra kts
home Th cr tnt Injured wuh
-A heavy windotorm did caldt.
able damage Id farm vhk and cnni
In the akintty of OrUadu early toUy
One woman Is reported to "Have Vet
tJeorge Mcilrrfcor former r-
try of the I'hsmW of l'wmwe will
M 'etg the 0t business at Jakehaaiun
if h bHvi otfervd a fie(tsjiag lu-
licemen by the It mod lniri asd
wilt prottabtv accept
CUV echool. t.ifc h-sb '! wrd
are getting on la flue stun Th at-
tendance te larfe and the work ta be-
log handled tn good shape The ae
UhAs are up to dste and the puptU
hate buikted doea to work.
'-Walker A ftaepp have opened aa
a protluce boue and a rl estate et-
chanaa tn the building Just east of TN
Leader office and will ho ready ltd)
tusinasa the first f the aeh Tkn
will buy and sell country pwlue aad
will list all kinds of properly both
city and farm lands
Some months asm Je Wiley wss
shot while v lulling Carney Cnappel at
the letters home south of the city
It wss at first stated thai the small
son of Chapt'el accidnly discharged
bin revolver ceuvlus the wound
ct ceied by Wiley laitr charge of
shooilog him with intent It kill was
liiade by Wiley and Carney Cheptei
was arreoled. The preliminary kr
Ing Is before Judae Ifornaday today.
"Charging that his wife eloped
with a man named Or In Wren and de.
Mited hr three small children as
welt as himself Wltlmut (lav la ko
biought suit againet r'annle tkivis.
whom he married In Itavla tsss
been a realdeiit of tigan county for
)wrt and is well known and liked
The htldrrn are with the lather and
he auks the court to give him custody
of t hem and an absolute divorce from
Ms wife. . .
-Hkhard Cuslibiy l e fiutd
iHddicr. Me says he was evereaa I
h ontM and when lu returned to IS
wife and two chlUtrro he found that
In dace of two there were three chil
dren. Th lest one he eaje Is not
hi and be asks the court to give him
a divorce and culody of thi two chil-
dren. Hoaie Kail sue Jetnea Hall on
t!i grounds of cruelty and non sup-
port Hho says he kicked her ! the
face at line time.'
The uuestlon f who will sueeed
the lete'J II Thompson aa member f
coiigrese friMii 1!ls dUtilrt ta being
discussed hy democrats ever the dts-
trlcl .litlo no auuouneetneuts win
be weds until after the funeral nest
week msny are urging Dr John W
Dukn of this rlty to make the race
!r JijikeJs peiHllarlyf.aLei-foe4'
ioltlon sttd is well enough Vnoen to
Dm peoplu of the district to make ttM
rainpatgtt with little expense and die -comfort
Mrs William eiur won the
petticoat raffled off at th fair by the
Outtirle ras.'Uon Shop The lucky
numlier was 515. Fat h lady who catt-
ed at the Fashion Hhop booth at tha
fair was given a number after regis-
tering These numbers were placed
in a tot and on the last day the
drawing for tt-e prlne took place
Work of the federal grand Jury
probably will not be completed on
Monday as was espected wtien tht
jury was empaneled a weaj ago te-
cording to officiate. An uiieipocledly
large number of witnesses ba been
rslle i and (he hearings no several oc-
raslona have been continued at night
Fifty-four witnesses were subpoenaed
to appear yesterday. It la exported
that a large number of Indictments
will b returned
PIIKMUKNT W ILSON ON
AVAY 10 lOH A.NCELLH
l .l-ird rwl
leliuar Calif ftnpt 3-President
Wilson arrived hrr shortly after mid.
nlifht this morning and went to a
hotel to remain uotlt six o'clock when
Ms train s scheduled to leave for la
Angelas. Detmsr Is shout twenty
miles north of Rsa Plego
HOY OF 16 TAKE
OWN LIFE; IN JAIL
Cusier City Ok la Boot Co Henry
Lynch. AC years of g. committed
suicide in the county Jail her laat
Right by hanging himself. His mother
had Jest visited him in jail aud he
was deepondont It Is said by the other
trteooers. He was charged wltd
breaklof into rfcer torn.
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im:i(. pal:s- iv ru
imvjB in itor xvzx
VUSli. S I a n T Y
t"AS TO ANNEX W.il COIN
ivhi;n AMi:nicuN K:G:rr-
liHEAl IXT HPIuNDsCRS
P Aprii4 fmi
home tt ;.u;hiiuf tmtni'
were etndd the enlisted person-
nel atl hrd 14 tnr fereblag'e
staff daring the American iund
i r.in tblrs vlsti i llrtme Cab
drtver. eetaioe guide profae
sbol besisie novelty needori as I
gutldebMk sellers pryt th
Amerkan dtighiHt with avtdMv. one
tidier paij .i u be driven frtn 16
station lo lit Peter a trip ordni)y
roiing Ml cents r by trulley four
Profeint guides reaped a nerves
at the CollieeuTO and at aH Peter s
where they played ibe part f "con-
fidenre" trn by offering fh the
soldier to parts of Iheae wonnnsenl
not ordlnaillv oocn tn th frttblkt. A
guide at tha Coliseum asset d It for
taking thee private and aergeant
through tha upper tier while
other guide at Ht Petar'g dwtautncM
I? fur Uktne ls bo threwek th
Vitcan museum botli of nhkb f
fre to the. publle..;. : .
A rah driver xred to Uk three
4rlvate over ttka eJMleitt Aispifttt wf
for ffl f two 'th nM4 trip of
nm t uj wi oorns iur weui an over
told them (bay had i all and da-
mnadrd his fsrs whleft they paid.
si in ii e AMiiwaw:
WUtiiCiu Hep ja Th house aud
eneie adjourned yenlay lutlow
lug ndoptlon of resolutions preltt4
regrej at the dsh of Kneeottle
T hompKon democrat Oklahwwa M
did T hurs'lsy night
Nfomt.ef iA the Oklahoma dle
(Ion In the bonne nmltlng of Itepra.
ntaite Ferris Csncr Morgan
lta(lnirst . .M.K.e. feCHnile a4
Howard with representative Cp
hill Kane; Jucoway and ttoodale
Arkannas: ouug Norm lkta;
ourkley Califomi. Dyer Murl.
Kincheioo Kentucky; fUndslI Cali-
fornia and Vefle. tlotorado were ap
fiointed to attend the f ioetil
s.s ";en imsir
t.euerst l'erhtng 1 ld to h
orn a Hem flrown belt in New fork
In vtoIton to his own wider the
such war rigging t not to be wra in
the If H. TWe f law whU Ii p-r-ii.lte
the eommandlng general Of the
S'ttir to wear say kind of uniform h
pee. When Utile wis general he
orw fancy uniform with a wt oi
gold trrald on hi rap tomeeh.it like
that tit the rrisocn.
"JIAK.IIS ON ftTR!3E;
KIDDIES A nr. IIAFPY
Union Ind. nt lie echocl
system of fifrMkt'Mi township. Ore
county today was tied tip hf s srtrli
- pchotd uiarm'a1 f the.
The district receotfy tlr4 no-
tinton Instructors. Whtt the os
unionists went to school they eretw
ttiduced by the tin too aaerent tftwt
(iHAVE DICTsIT ITi
i:st rcna wsssw
sssj-saar-Tt y" a-
W AsM'lal4 T'rss
' Voungetowo. O Keyt 1 Llama
grave digger today wero ersaafrci
Into the first grave dlC7rs tiskni ter
end nfflltated with the Aoac!a rei-
eratloo of Labor. Tl fata txM Cey
wanted sv union card o Cvy csmjH
paaa tn eteel mtilm O Czit wiy f
wort KowUf ert f;; C.z
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 53, No. 21, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 20, 1919, newspaper, September 20, 1919; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc713271/m1/1/: accessed December 17, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.