The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 54, No. 64, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 15, 1920 Page: 4 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKIA. SATURDAY MAY 15 1920.'
r II E I) A I L . K A !) E It
m ledms n. Nini.ArK.
PnMUbfd trotn The Isll Lrsler build-
ing WrM Harrison arenue and rni.'ed
I the tJuthrle mhiCiMh it aevond rliH
allfr. . .
Absorbed Hist t'apH l Marrb R. 1911'
OftH'UI Paper '.ni:i:iiiml t'unrrullon ;
ifflriM 'Hy and "..ntilj paper.
Culls for .-cl.l luivilng. .-srns of
Ibanka dilttir.r 0il'Tm resolutions
oriel and rbur. b .il l-tnn noli.-es.
mill fr rlm-i b meetings len-ept Sunday
aeriannat une e.n!tered a adrrtlsiry
ana will be ouiiretl for.
DAI1.T ll BfrRIPTIOV RATE.
Prf month. he j-srrier I
-r tmr hr c-irrnr. In advance.
l-r year by mil! to sdrance Cil
New fork i.ffli-e
Chlosro ffl: N
S. it. Kbeffle'.u. Bioela'
M. Pneffield Afren-y
Fnlne I'ffliv: Nil. t".l W'tf't llarrtsvn
Compntii and Pre ro".m. No. 1". W
fisrrln.n KdttorUI rom. im W. Hr
Mann. To resell nil dipartnienta pbi.u.
irMnrn of tun ornTrn rRr
Toe iilwl Pre le el liisirely en
titled to the u f. r lepiihllt-atl.in t nli
nr d!r' 'he .r.-li!e.1 tc II or nd other
mine credited In ill's pMr and s!o tin
k.ral news pitbH'bed herein
AH nn.-olieitc d manuscript. liVr
ind V''''' p'-t to The ladr
writ t the risk t owpr. Tin
Lender tpr:.! rppudtst1 sn. r-
pontibllity for t-htlr fe custody o
TIi1 rriil oj.tiinist is: tli pn-
t riot who ri!iis lsis m-itrhbor in
tlie oainpnitrn fur bi-ttiT roads;.
There will not c much of fb.
navy left hut wli.it it actually did
when the -witnesses et tluvnsli.
Ir; cottiiif.' rid of Presidential
candidates. Mexico has some-
thing on in in expeditions results
Tin New York police having
exhausted their talent ro now
advertising for "Nicky" Arn-
stein. the '"inater n in.l' of hand
"What guarantee d we have
that the parasite the siientists
are developing to kill the grais-
lioper will not have to
by another parasite?
The Department of .Justice re-
grets to report that its attempt
to resume the" offensive in the
steel sector was repulsed with
The limit in complimentary
notice is lhe New York paper's
Presidential delecatc table thai
runs a blank column 'for Xi.-hojaj.
Wayne Wheeler counsel ' for
the drys. su'ests a solemn ref-
erendum 'n that issue al-o. AVil 3
there not be danger of 'jet tin?
these referenda mixed up?
Mr. Taft disapproves of whole-
sale deportations elinsin? to th
old fashioned notion that no mat-
ter what the crime every maw
should have his dav in court.
war of emphasis Mr. Lansing il-
lustrates the necessity for reor-
ganizaSion in the department
saying the war came upon the
I'nited States as a surprise be-
rSnsf the Department of State
with its feeble omipment could
not ft accurate information s to
German iiifcntimts. That is mi
old stroy whiidi has been repeat
ed over and over for two genera
.lions. P.ecanse of our isolation
ind the remoteness of our rela-
tions with international prob.
bins lhe necessity for a trained
ami specialized diplomatic corps
never was reeoirnized. It still is
ignored by fngress.
Compared to the diplomat of
Kurope our representative were
nt a disadvantage notwithstand-
ing ability and training in other
lines. f has been so commonly
nsserted. nud with such fre-
'tueney. that no one any lomrer
naid ativ attention that only a
man of ere at wealth could accent
i position in' the diplomatic serv-
ice. Salaries amount to notion'.
mil the tenure of office is a mat-
ter of political caprice. Diolo-
natie corps m l-.urope are subject
o politicid chancre also but when
we sl;i!!ed rcpresntative leaves
his country's service his place is
taken hv another trained diplo-
nal In lhe American service
he rule is to change from one
ijitraiiicd man to another a fact
which throws "o light upon how
omres ran Koers expects to
mprove tne conditions hy meri:-
the lipomatic with the eon-
- " - ' r'- g m m-w v m i p k - m -
SOMETHING DOING IN SYRIA
I'aris rciKr! that Prime Feis.
1. son of th" )-jnc of the Hedjaz.
th enew Arabian Kincdom set no
inder the protection of fSreat
Uritain. h;'s been invited t the
French capital. It can not be
nriousitv that inspires the invi-
atlon. sjpee it is not so lone
snce the pnnee visited h ranee.
A e'ew is olterei! tV 1e news
from S'vria that the prince has
'us hcen rrv tainied hincr (
s ria. N'o' Syria was allocated
is (lie diploll'.lts at Versailles
w o'!d s.-n' to France hy agree-
ment vv:h 'the Uritish in the di-
vishm of Toikev in Asia. The
Vnihs oere to
jhv4i in the hack
e ''icn a kio'
round while th
reised a protectorate
tver the yrrt'i coast. iate-
Icv'sr of h Ibdia wanted
Fniting the di;lomalic and con-
sular services in a sin do body nii-
der the title of '-The Foreign
Service of the Foiled Slates
may bring the i;i pn.vemcut at
which a hill just introduced by
Congressman K..gers of Massa".
ihusetts seems to aim. but there
would appear to be more than a
casual doubt unless other factors
are changed at the same time
the measure is the result of the
lettir sent in confidence hv form-
er Secretary Lan.siinr to the Sen
n'ons and House
dwelt upon the inadequate equip-
ment of the State I)
iiaiKiicap wiiicii prevents n troni
lunctioning with cl'liciemv
. . . i ... t
(timv ;IioUt a" -M'alt OUtlel io ine
s .i. - p.ccsmuiibh' through Svria.
Tliere were French suggestions
'hat he i'iiiht get out thronhj
IXJcs' oo'. but that is untler Brit-
ish v-otection mid the Hcd.iaz
hot doing anything to worry his
Now enmes t'ds adventure of
his son. Prince Fi-isal. calmly an-
nonncinr his sovereignty over
vria. o wonder they want to
see 1 im in Paris. In addition to
he mutual jealousies of the two
'.of powers over tne allocation ot
spheres and zon s in the division
of the Turkish Empire there are
mkIi concrete obstacles as the
mand of the Sviians for self-de-tcrn.inatio'i.
And yet there are
people in Furopc who wonder
vvhv the Fii'.'eii States did not
want a 'mandate for Turkey.
Hie r'Cream" of
Phosphate Baking Powders
Dr. Price's "Creclm Baking Pow-
der now made with pure phos-
phate provides at substantially
half-price all the reliable purity
skillful blending and sure results
which for sixty years have dis-
tinguished the product of the
Price factory as the " Cream " of
Here are the prices :
25c for 12
15c for 6
10c for - 4
Contains no alum. Never disturbs digesttL...
1 r.ot-ce that there is one class of
!''"o;!e that t no; sayinir very !iiiirh
a'-oiii 'lie Man cost of Hviim. pnil t' ;i'
i- Xhc farmer" Pr anient Mort
London's Famous Billingsgate
Forced to Succumb to the In-
exorable March of
This is a Homa Bank loyal to
the community and to you.
Wo apjuTciati' Ittvally vylu'rever il is fouml. Wo
stancl reailv t aid and piii'onrajre cvory movement
designed dii'eotly or indii-tlv to advance eommun-
If you need funds for the expansion of your Imsi-
m w if there is anv wav in which we eaii help vnu
U ?row. do not hesitate to call on us
Hillincspnte. London's olit-timp fisli
market is about to ninve. The course
of lime and the modern diflicultics of
transj-iort are responsible for the plan
4 tn remove to nnotlier site more easy
i of ece.s and in which spaee will
I not always he at a premium.
r.illinjtsgate has the most imnortant
. it:ay on tlie Thames In late Saxon
j times and fish amone other thing
j were landed there. By the time of
. Kdward I the market wag fully estRb-
I lisbed. and the king who ws a con-
j firmed food controller fixed a tariff
of maximum prices. Thin lit Included
j one dozen best Holes. 6 cents; best nml-
; let. 4 cents; best haddock. 4 cents:
' best Thames or Severn lamprey. S
' cents; srallon of oysters. 4 cents anil
i best porpoise. 12 to 16 cents. The
best fresh salmon after Easter were
; to be sold at four for $1.25. That was
In the days when the Thames was full
of salmon and one could catch floun-
ders and flatfish on a line droppei!
oer London bridge. The water is still
salty during hiph tide but the sea fish
do not come up any further than'
tiraveseud which Is 20 miles lowci
Set Aim In Life.
A definitely Pxed goal is n chal-
lenge to Ingenuity. That Is especially
true for the trail blazer. Haphazard
poals are apt to be the avenue to the
way of lean resistance. Attaininj
them Is merely a matter of finding the
easiest short-cut to them. With n rul
ing purpose It's drent. Every po
sible motive and means Is marshaled
to gain the end. Oldtime methods are
seen to fall when most needed. So
the youthful dreamer puts his wits to
work to discover rew methods to gain
the point. And it's surprising what
an amount of unrated genius there 1
waiting to be called forth by a great
MOONSHINKH GOES IT
Autumn Leave. .
The infant school is out and
rrowd of tiny children come chasing
?ach other down the road laughing
and calling running in the wind their
rheeks rosy their eyes dancing and
their hair flying. Just as they reach
me a big gust ef wind shakes the trees
ibove their heads and quantities of
veilow brown and golden leaves come
wirling down over and around them
and children and leaves all whirl
naj iogener. v nereorxin i paint a
mental picture all russet and amber
snd little laughing faces' and call it
"Autumn Leaves" for not all our hap-
piest pictures get placed on canvas.
Christian Science Monitor.
AMES UOIIJ) TAX
ritl.NT PAItW SALES
Washington. May ilj. An excise
tax on print paper as a means of con-
eervins the supply was recommended
to the senate paper Investigating com-
mittee today by Asst.' Attr. Gen. Ames.
In a memorandum sent to Chairiraii
Rccd. Ames said congress had am;le
power to Impose suchi a tax.
CRUDE OIL GOES
UP IN PENNSYLVANIA
Pittsbnrch. May 15. Corn in? trud
oil was advanced 25 cents a h; rrcl
Buenos Aires' Rapid Growth.
Buenos Aires is one of the fastest
growing cities of the world. The cen
sus of 1914 showed 1.575.W Inhabi-
tants and the population is now es-
timated to more thm) 2.000000
since Immigrants are arriving nt the
rate of more than 10000 a week. Un-
til recently the city has retained most
of tlie characteristics of lhe small Latin-American
A verdict of guilty on the chares
f distilling "moonshine" whisky wis.
returned in the federal district court
yesterday to Judge John C. PoHfvk
against YV. W. Lancaster who was In-
dicted by the last grand jury. The
jury however did not find him gutity
of Jis;osln:r of the liauor. The f:r'v
tallon still used by Lancaster to make
the whisky was exhibited with its vo-
J;ict into the court during the tri t'..
(JAS WORKERS OF PARIS
TO STRIKE SIXDAY
i'aris. May lo. Employes of ga
manufacturing companies will sth'kc
Sunday in couformity with the order
from the general federation of lacor
but afl steps have been taken to pro
ride the city with ras. It is rumored
mat postal employes win striko on
Leader Classified Ads get results.
Condensed Statement of
Oklahoma State Bank
At the close of Business May 4 1920.
Hotids and Warrants ...
Furniture anil Fixtures
Bills or Kxchanjre.
( Wliea t n nd Cot ton ) . 362ti!2.04
Liberty Bonds ... 138930.00
Cash and Sight Exchange.. 231734.40
Practical Chrietianity in India.
Four model farms are connected
with the Scotch Presbyterian Indus-
trial mission at Chlngleput. South In-
dia where native Christians are
taught to support themselves.
Capital -. 1-
Surplus & Undivided Profits.
Deposits ... '
NO CENSORSHIP NECESSARY.
Nemo of tlie lon an there Is no
to 4.Ci by the principal purhiue call for censnrine ih 'hathinr kuIkI
agencies here todar. cmin rr-ia .k...w i J
Tlie avobe ' statement is correct.
K. E. PARSONS
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.'mind an iinp.r to tour onn "Lil
f'rtjblina." It U a io pikry of
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fi..- ihi r.i.l ef Minianuv this
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ut' rrrie t rvTon Iroin the
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With brlll'ant upportlng ct In.
eluding Muriel Astnchc. Written
Art you wer you or do oti x-
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soul-KtirrinR drama of human
h:rl. In it you may again live
l!ic days of your on romance
find a nolulion to your iirownt
probloms or j.repare for th Inve to
come. No n-o-Moilid American
man or woman Fhouid mlsa pfeinit
WIIL STKVKNS In . her .ro f
HoMlio. lhe k i rl ho gaeV Al.t A
play of smiles anl lfarii thrill
unci hnpptn.-.s. lHui't mls It. It'e
nio of th mom beautiful love
stories rver toM.
' Warner Bros present! Sellg's sen-
sational animal surprise production
portraying life amcng the nat've
nd wild animals of the African
of wild an
C fS V Thrills and
JV cTvniA H action that
will hold you
spellbo u n d.
Vyf) V Taken at
v I great rleV of
( life. See the
VI wild beasts
I before the
"The Lost City"
A Fifteen Episode Serial ef th
Mysterious Jungles of Africa
with All-Star Cast of Player
.Juantta Hansen and
Lions Tigers. Leopards Hyenas
Elephants. Camels. Criilss Chlm-
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Alligators water Buffalo and many
other wild animals. Thousands cf
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"A Picnic for Hcto&"
FULL OF PEP AND ACTION
NEXT WEEKA hla new mwhl ft.
pri-lu. tl..u. A1h a ne- . ift western
draui. Al a new nnnk Maim louledTi
Alan a new rhnuter f -Ti t -
tarring Junnlu Ha'nwtf:. limrw rh.l.
bro and thmiiud.. of native aui wlii
antmaU ..f the Afrl.Hn Jungle. WatcU
and wait f..r thew ...h..i
WTer ton taB f(r ri.tnr H 1WP
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 54, No. 64, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 15, 1920, newspaper, May 15, 1920; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc713325/m1/4/: accessed May 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.