The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 53, No. 63, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 12, 1919 Page: 1 of 8
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OOTIIRIK. OltLAIIOMA WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 12 1919.
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NEW. WAGE iCALK WILL BK
WORKI3) OCT 'BY WALK
OIXIMITTKE AMI OPER-
ATORS wmi skc.uk-
TAHY WILSON'S All!
DISTRICTS STILL OUT
OKLAHOM A MINKS STILL BE.
OIKRTKI BY ON
VICT LABOR: S O M E
MILITIA SENT HOME:
V S. MAHSIIAI.S
' (ilMRO PITS
Washington Nov. 12. Thvt T
Brtwtttr ohalrman of th coal opr.
tort' teal eoiwmltwe announced to
day that in mln ownr had not
sccepttd Sntary Wilaon'a Invitation
to mttt rprntativa of th miner
tor Friday to nogoliata a now wag
"W will bo nro" aald ho.
..John k. Lewis acting prcoldont of
tho United Mine Worker of America
already had noflfied ftocrtury Wilton
of hi acceptance meanwhile tfeciin
tag f n ofer from Browtor to moot the
latter committee hero Monday to
negotiate a .contract to bo In force
UDon the termination of the contract
new In effect.
Spokesmen for th miners ald thie
proposition could not ba considered
for a moment and that lh only way
to bring peao to the coal field wa
throuah adoption of a pay scale to
take effect litwnodiatoly.
CONVICTS STILL WORK
MINES IN ST ATI
MrtAItr Nov 12. General Char
la Barrett In command of th Okla-
homa guard ordered th third regU
ment of troop to their home today
Th men were tatlond at r
mine In Henryetta Lartlgh and Coal.
Operation of tho coal mine under
Governor Robert eon' order con-
tinue hero with a night aN't of con-
vict tard t t Hiawatha mine at
th penitentiary farm.
NORTH DAKOTA GOVERNOR
DECLARES MARTIAL LAW
Biamarck. N. D Nov. 12. Governor
Lynn J. Fratier early today declared
martial law in 'the eoal mining dis-
trict of th trt and announced he
would take over th lignite coal mini
of the state today.
In a proclamation th governor
ordered Adjutant General Fraxer to
assume charge of th mining Industry
f th sta'ft and to see to It that the
mines wr reopened at one and that
th people of th state are supplied
with eoal a soon as poeeible.
Minor Refus to Return
Word reached the capital I at last
night that th minor would not re-
turn to their potts In compliance with
th order of their national officers
calling off th strike but that they
would return to work undr th order
of Governor FrasJor
' Governor Ittuet Ultimatum.
Th governor declared that not un-
til operator and miner cam to
an agreement and demonstrated their
willingness and ability to operat th
mines In such a mannr a to protect
th Interests of th people would hi
order bt rvkd.
THEY DID THE SAME
THING IN GUTHRIE
Dallas. Tex.. Not. It Student In
North Fort Worth high school and
aenlor class students of tha Waco
hla school "walked out" yesterday
when informed "Armistice Day"
would not be a holiday for them.
Trustees of tha Fort Worth school
Immellately met and declared a half
holiday for the afternoon.
OFFICERS SEIZE ARMS
SHIPPED TO MINERS
(By Aoclated Preta.)
Charleston W Va. Nov 12 Deputy
sheriff acting on an autiv war.
rant famed by Gavrttor Corn well to-
day elol a quantity of are and
ammunition In tha sxpr afflea at
Daw a mining vlllag " Cabin
New Orleans. Nor 13-Ton Igbt fair.
continued cold temperature ten to
srixteen degree nortbem Oklahoma;
ixteen to twenty-tiro aoatbern Okla
homa; Thursday fair rfslnc tempera- j
iisoii Fon nar
lojrsl TowmWpg Vot For Wtw
Proposition sod Cloet Dirtct.
on; City To Donate
O rounds and Buildinfs
Lot u county will hav "free fair"
nett year. That was decided la the
election ld la th several township
over th county Saturday. Too la
forest in a majority of th townships
In the fair proportion etreeded the
activity hoa la th selection of a
J R. Wiley county agent worked
faithfully on the free fair proposition
and to tint In a larg measure I due
the credit for Ha success. He i-
plained th system to ttie farmers
oer the county In such a lucid man
ner that th free holder wer riven
light on the matter that they never
Guthrie will he railed upon to buy
the fair (round and buildings and
turn them over to the county free fair
board free of cost.
Speaking of the fair matter Agent
"The following townships elected
two members each of th Logan
County Free Fair Aatorlation.
Springer Townthtp H A. Herwlg
and Albert Kleapert. I
Antelope Towni&fcp-Oeo Route
and Fred Wagner. j
Iowa Townthip-Nell Humphrey
and 8. J. Favor.
Clmarroa Townahip F. A. Thomp
son and Roy Teal.
Oak View TownthlpJake Knecht
and O. n. Actoo.
Orlando Township C. F. Kemp.
and E. L. Mills.
Sewarl Townthtp T. S'. Tribble
and A. N Dressen.
MuDiall Townahlp-E. 8 Hwt and
Gurtirto Township-Wayne Jenkins
atM Fred Madden.
.Rose Hill Township J A Donly
and C. W Johnson.
ller Creek Township Wilton
Balrd and H. F. MrCrwakr.
Marshall Townhlp E. A. Shanks
and John O'Neil 1
"This being a majority as required
by th Free Fair Law the County
Commissioner iav declared the law
In full operation In tfila county and I
am rauaatoii in w (ha h..tni. in
- - - f-"f '
those townships that failed to elect
wnom they with appointed. In com
pnanc witn the law to represent
their renpectlv towothlpa. In the ad
ministration of the law In Fre Town.
ship ai.U County Fair matters said
Hoping that you will publish this
n an effort to help find the rlgftt men
uir uie appointments. an(t tnat we
may all work toward the best possi-
ble township and county fairs In the
state I am yours for service"
STRIKERS CAUSE TROUBLE
IN ALL PARTS Or WORLD
tlty Awltttd Trent.)
BarcolOija Nov 12 The lockout by
he employer which had tied j In
dustry here for more than o week
poet was considered today to have
been virtually en.fed as ttw rssuk of
n agreement recched during the nlghi
between .he tnastorn and the tnon.
ALTUS CHILDREN OlE
IN BURNING HOUSE
Altu. Nov. ItTwo small chlllren
of Hubert Underwood were burned to
d cart when their bouse was destroyed
by fire laat night In tfte south part of
AHus. Tho mother was picking cot-
ton nearby when the fir started.
The local ftr department made a
quick run lo the scene but tha fir fiad
gained such Iheadway that the chil-
dren were burned to death before
water could be played on the flumes.
WOMEN WANT IMMEDIATE
RATIFICATION OF PEACE TREATY
(Rjr AiuMiriHti'd Preaii.V
St Louis Nov 12Immedlate rati-
fication of the lengu of nation cov-
enant .and Improved international r-
latlonw with the central powers were
recommended at today elon of the
convention of the national council of
The World Would Leap Ahead If
(Huition Maxim inventor of rmoke-
U powder was asked for hit opin
ion on ihe reported experlmoots of
Dr Serge Voronoff who told Parla
surgeon of grafting tha Interstltal
gland of young chlmpaniee Into the
bodie of aged men thereby ' rewtor-
lng human vigor9 vitality and ambi-
tion.") y HUDSON MAXIM
Noted Inventor and Sclntlt
Assuming; the Micce of Dr Benr
Voronofr experiment. It certainly
world If intellectual giant like Dar-
world tf intellectual glaaa like Dar-
win Spencer Itaetkel Kdlaon could
be rejuvenated. Herbert Spencer for
the last ten or ftfttxa year of hi life
wa seriously affected by tha en-
croachment of aenlla decay and btM
work "Th Uatflcation of
I Knowtece" waa arretjtai tafort k
IWTIST 4:ON:NTIft AT
SHAWNEE: MANY ATTKV.
Shawnee Nov. It Representing
N.OOit Baptist In th state mure than
1304 delegate ar ere today attend
log eh atat convent lo
ta organising. th paatots selected
th Rev. P. J. Conkwrlght of Kapulpa.
as their president and th Rev T. M
llntr of Claremor as their secre
tary and treasarer. Wirt theee offi-
cers the pastor act to work ta earn
el planning for their campaign In
the stst for t ratting of the quota
of II.&Oo.oOO U the Southera Rapt tat
IT5.CKX) 000 rampaicn.
Th sesalon wilt continue until Frt.
;.:;d officers chosen
Frtd Orton U Tint Pridnt;
Dolejation From Hero Attend
Luncheon At Oklahoma.
At a tneetlna; of th Uoa' rlub hfld
Monday evenlog he following were
elected to offa-e. Fred fireen presi
dent; Frank Hui k ftrtt rk?e rei-
dtnt; Ualih IHvl. 'lecond vW-v- iTesl-
ltnt; II 0 tjainond fH rHary-ireas-
irrer and thre imteea Fred IWk.
Vera Haw and Harold Mini. h
Ll of he chart r nwnhon fol
low; Fred W t;-ern Roy R Hert
Harold C 8m hit. Howard Fife. W W
Hkkman. C H Martin. A J Mur John
K Nlwiley Loren 1 Sitrk. Orlle 1
Curti. J F Bihk. C M Rsndire. J R
Scnrden Ralh M Davis. 0or I
Anderson Fred U Ileck M V Hawt.
Donald D lamond. A P (;rx.ry and
J Scott Hud long.
About thirty other bustoe) and pro-
fessional men of ihW city have towen
choted to membership
A di-ethm f the Lion's rlufc o
Outhrte attended the nnon-dsv lum-h-eon
wlih the Uon'i club of Oklahoma
City at the Kklrvln ho(H whore 4tvey
wer cordially welcomed by Mr ItrooVs
president of the Oklnhotim City Lion"1
club and the brohT member
Tho Initial noon-day lunchewi rf the
Lkm' club of Guhrle will be held t
tho lone hotel Friday at lS:.w and this
luncheon feature will be continued
i. i ... . i... .. .. . . ... . i.
" ii r w tn nt t rif- jvim ' v mi u
which Is for the Wwrment of wttnl-
0111 Stat and federal government.
ii vmtKi n s u:ii is
NOW 773 OVEH H'KAVEII
Oklahoma City. Nov It-Complete
offkrlal rtHurns from Cleveland. Mc-
Claln MuiTay Payn and Oklahoma
coumie out of aeven In the Flfih con-
tcrowiona! dlstrlot wa announced to-
day by the state election oard gave
Harreld a majority of 775 ofp over
Claude Weaver democrat in Satur-
day a 4eclal election. The offlclnl
vol from flv countk- waa Weaver.
HarrfldTf4. Official retumt
from two remaining countlc wre ei-
peeted today late
NOTICE OF POULTRY
There will bo a met!mr of the Lo-
gan County Poultry ft Pet Stock Aa-
eoclatlon In tit office of the couwtj
agent $13 federal oulldlng. Outhrle
Friday at 7 p nt Nov (H to make 1m-
ftortant arratwemente for he count)
poultry hOw l-hx 16 1919. At"
poultry raiser are requested to Ik
pretent. J R Wiley aocretary.
WHERE WAS AMOS.
Sent In: "I see Amou Kwing hat
"broken Into print' again at Oklahoma
City and tell how Harreld carried
Loa-an county. As Amos wa looklns
at fha hol6 card In O. C. when th big
game wa going on up here I fall to
whore Jib get In on the finals."
SIX MORE ANARCHISTS
ARE TAKEN INTO CUSTODY
Youngatown 0H Nov. 12. SU mor
ftll8d anarchist on a woman were
takn Into cuatody htr rly today tor
S . W T I
had quit completed It.
If 8iencpr could hav had ome nrw
gland substituted for old one for
eismplo new pituitary and thyroid
glands new adrenals and new inter-
stitial glands he would without doubt
haro been greatly rejuvenated andt
haro been able to give the world the
octjif R of a vaat amount of kncwledsa
which bo wa unable to do.
Although the aged outfit lo die a
a duly to th young o give the younar
one a chance atlll aa In tho rna of
Herbert -ncer a few added year1!
of rejuvenated and Invigorated ife
would have enabled corn aa intellect-
ual colowra a he to round ovt bis
Ufa work for the benefit of all coming
- Tbe world' Intellectual gteni hav
notortoualy ten men poaaeaaod of r-
markwble virility in exactly fh re
pact la wBldt Dr yoroaoer kepag to
W reck L WAV.
Oakland Cat Nv 1I-A rKt
f citiaee n Hired th hdqueir
of th Ctevnoelat taboe r-arty in
Lertng Kelt iat not and wrecked
th internee f th pi. trg
uettt( tf radl liteea'ur. ed
flag and furwttur wr burwed in
th s'.eset by th mab.
Th me wa aald t hav tee.
sid of foe hundred former etrv-
ice men M member f the Amr
XT CIKI CHURCH
Evanftligtio 8nrictt ProTuing
rino and luiir Conversion
tfftdg; Bonf Sorric) a
Th meeting lt night si th Flrt
ChrUtitn church waa one uf th beat
yet hW In th eangwl!io caniattgn
Th crowd filled almost rtrry part of
fne entlra bnlldtng Th tptrtt of th
meeting wat remtrktble. and the In-
terett wtt lutente. Th retpont to
th invliatlun wa the lt-ti to far
In th uietmng t!n piun. all
adultt. coming forwtrd In rpo.te to
th vangellat t appeal.
A r mint lc t)sy waa o! -aerv ed la the
mealing ll nigM In a I'tiitig way
Patriotic hymn wr ung. and
Kvangeltat Smith pretc'.).! on the
thetn. "tlotl t Armlttlrt." The test
waa from I Cor. I; IX "W waa lo
Christ reconciling th world unto
himself." Th enormity of tin Its re.
hellion against God and treason
agatntt the government i Heaven
wat pointed out. Th od of man e
unconditional surrender to God and
th right of Ood to nam C terms of
pardon wr clearly presented. Ko
greater prlvlTeg can evr font to
man than th privilege of having the
tins of his past for?lrn. and of
atsndlng clnan again In th prrsenc
Mr. Cataltv tang yery erfeclivly
laal airht. -The Holy CltV whlU it
always a fsvorite.
J Th stetnon tonight will ba "Th
tendering 8-ep." Mf ( :.Kliy will
sing. ' Th Ninety and Nine"' :
"i in ii" norsi 1101 ii:it .
Afier serving t'ae war. without ae-
cideut and ctmtlng hmi apparently
In good health Kdward (Clsbb)
Householder died suddenly lust tijifht.
He and hla pafetita had h-en to a pic-
ture show early In the evening and
had returned to their home on North
1st street w: en Fdwsnl suddenly ssnk
to th floor and lost consciousness.
Medical aid was summoned tiul the
young msn never rallied and died at
2:30 o'clock this morning. He wa St
years of age and grew up la Outhrl.
Funeral services will b announced
ORTY I W W $ ARE IN
Hy Ar loi-.1 rrn
Cnrlls Wsth Nov 1J Forty
'our alltgtd Industrial Worksr of th
World wr In jail her at I o'elock
ody. Th mn wer rounded up
ytrday and last niaht after tht
irtng on the Armistice Day parade.
HE WILL DIRECT THE
DRY FORCES OF NATION
Hy ImhtIiIwI I'rtwt (
Washington Nov 12 -John W Kra-
mor an attorney of Manafleid Ohio
h been imolnttd federal prohibition
3onrmsloner In direct thare of the
"nforvement of wartime and constitu-
MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUEO.
Court Clerk Martha Noal today Is-
sued th following marriage licenses:
Cleet William. 3J Cushlng god OI-
tha Dry II of Crernt City: George
8 McOlnnl. 2S sod Lfla Remington
33 both of Outhrle.
graft vlrllHy. Also thona who av
lived to extreme old eg litre been
men similarly endowed.
Tho ma Psrr who lived to b K2
year of sge and might bar lived
longer had ba not been Invited to th
court of Charkw U. of England where
be died of over-eating wa a man
possessed of moot exceptional ama-
tory power. Old Parr married when
Potrai Ctarten an Auatrlan lived
to ba 18& year of age and when be
died In V724 be left a aoa of &. TV
father was therefor 90 when the son
wait bora and continued to live for
another ninety-flv year.
It I bo new knowledr tha: certain
gland likd the adrenal oltaltary
body the thyroid and th Interrtltla)
g lan da perform lndipeuably hwor
Uat funotkxu la preveatltj one from
tnil-AIUHIA MSCCSS VXX
ni i( iTiMi nun
ft Ijou!. Nv tJ Three ncr men
a ad one woensn are bring hid here
be Mice uHVfed of ttenp(lMt o
lavlt ftesroei ag1nt the white. Om
rt th aerrrM who v be U Me
Madden ot Wafnf. Okl. ta rpeech
Witt ntahl eeHt d h BrTte shintld
demand U4 front the awernment
for every negro ktllrd la nc rhit la
hi country mPc ay. The txher.
police sty J they cam hne from
UKWI Hli llUrillK
KTIIIlj;OIJ JOII HACK
Oklshom City. Nov It - Claud
Weaver is hsck on tte old Job at th
local poetofftc In fact It develop
that be never wtt teptrit from th
good old k'b II ran for one Job
while holding 4thl to the string of
Her I the metagt that were
chanced between Weaver and Hur-
ln yettertUy evening;
"Hon. CUod Weaver Oklahoma
City (kUhtnnt:- Vim have mad aa
crrulent BMMtmatter and If yu r
willing to continue In th discharge
of fh duties of thst position you mty
cntMer tlilt talegram declination
of your reskuatlon and may enter at
on upon your duties as pottmstr
Thlt It tent with tnprovsl of tha post-
matter getter!. Advlt m at one
ty wit at to conclusion you reach
In vent you tntltt upon resigning
Immeditt stept will be taken to fill
the vtctnry -Johnson Acting firtt
"Accept my grateful thanka I am
b k on the Job "Weaver
SHAWNEE S. (.1 lllltIK
HUDAV; EQl'AU.V MATCIIEII
Th third gam to be played on the
home gridiron will tsk place Friday
afternoon at S;H. Th two team
according to the way tot hav been
playing seem to be fairly equally
mttihsd. and the game promise to
b on of unututl tnterett Coach
Perdu I giving the Outhrle boy all
th hrd work they can stand and
reports th team In first Hat condi-
tion. Th students who went to Okla-
homa City last Friday received an
Inaplratlou from the royal way In
which they were received by th O.
If 8 Pep club and fforts are being
mad In the higli school hera lo or-
ganli In such a wy a to glv
Sliawne the reception of their llvea.j
ent student at 6ftc and ISc
IIKAH CHEEK TOH NSIIIP
MAN ON TIUAI TDUAY
Pomeroy Cooper llar Creek town-
ship fsrmer. cCnrged with a statutory
crime I being tried befgr a Jury In
cmtrlct court todty Til caae of tha
ttate against R J. Conneway la ta th
hands of a Jury this afternoon. Th
charge against Conneway I forgery
In connection with the failure of the
Logsn County Hank Ser arly In lh
GERMANY HUE HIGH
(ttf A .luff it I'rwMt )
Hr1ln. Nov 11 Price for thter
and oMra et are orin to lb
aklcs In liermany. It hut Jutt bw'ti
nnouncrd that It will t necettary
lo charge sixty mark for n onhe.
Ira seat and Io marks for a bo seat
t the first performance of J'fllinvr's
Paloatrina" which 1 .Kitt to he glv-
en. Hefor he wsr ihr wa trunk
cHtklsm becau thirty nuirk wa
tho charge for a seat at thj oiwra
wh-n Caruto aanif.
When Frau FrHil Muttary't nperet-
ta. "Syblll." was produced for th first
time the oth-r night 'eoolstcr ad
vaw-ed h prW of teat to 120 to
The audlenc Included "IJIlcH trad-or-
whnte wive and daughter gilt-
terd with diamond.
Old Could Be
catching Infw ttou dlsee. In curing
fl'i. and In eliminating iior4
from th body.
It I a well-known fact that 1h
poelon of otrong and healthy jn-
terwtltlal glands endows on with
vigor and defer old age. No ter
proof b oeeded than th notorious fact
that eunuch are itrematurely old. An
eunuch at m Ii a old a th normal
man at AO.
It la a most rational assumption
that It may be possible to accomplish
all tha Dr Voronoff claims to hare
accomplished and Dr Voronoff houl!
bav th encouragement and u;tof-t
of the aclentlflc world.
If one could be endowed wltn per-
j4ual youthful Tlgor. be won Id 11k-
wta naturally ba endowed with a tft-
air to lire perpetually but awdi tc aot
gwauttl. Wlilla ka eac?aftlrx d ft-
R!9!IT AS USUAL
Controvtrif At To Republican
CavjoriUao In Lofn In fti
Yora 8lU4 By Cold
Thr ba W trottte romtrovvre
moag btb revubihvtat and ine-
Cntti a to the m)orlty rrtived In
I ANT euntf 8trtr bv t'-nm-e-mtn
llarreld. tt lUt ront edl
the! the m)ttrty w vrry mtt. In
th :gM of ptr elnihn and -l.witi'
W T Wt'ker wb a'.wtr b
th "dtuxp" cott'eniWd i! brw '.
Walker wat ruht l pmd U br
the following rrre
Il3-it th k4. for tr "..-'
tremor rat I too
K ublhta majority ...... l
114 tttate tU ket - For ternMr
Jwa Ftridt rrrMt.nn
ttb U ltl;tm. demiM rt
!t4- rUtfe (K krt Fur j rrIdM
nru''itn nHty ...
114- J!t th ket - For governor
II l Mike'vi-r. rcj-uhthen t"!
Rohertaon. demmtst ...... tiT 5
ltmullin mhHy .vt
ll. t'WKrf lnl tkket:
i W Harreld riubltca ..'"1
Claude Weaver dcmrf 1 U t A
lle ubltcan nMMr . ... J
The reuhticn ml-rttl- .r in-
didatt on th irtat ttvkt lit Ixxtn
rouniy frm ami IncluJina If it tr
l'ltt Field .! ........
I'll Republican majority
l'tk Krouhltoan majority .
MtniiljlHn majority .
Hill :osi Mini
Hr A. uu.i rrmt t
Illa. Nov I J - Maintainor of Ibe
allied rmlt of ivuptiM. k u -llmatsit
will ol Oertiiaby i(ro
Imately :viio...o annunliy h win-
lttr of finance Hrr Mor. his told
the national imbly bid.get rm-
inittee SOMI STRIKERS FAILfD
TO OBIV OROtRS
Charleston. W. Va Nov M - Ktn.
awha coal field miners did not oby
Ui order of their leader and tfturn
to work early todty Only fiwr of
tha !'t mine In th district ft
work and thea with roo:prittxly
ENGLISH NOBILITY ARE
lv Atxi-'lttft l'r
tendon Nov '!3-Hever Hit old
ettatet poeteMing Inter ting liittr-
li'tl stsoclatlon wilt roino n the
market soon. The moot not !! of
th new iX nnmincvd fir ' U
I)alwlnion In Humfrteahlr H rtlund
whlchi at on time formed a oart f
the land held by Juhn TThe Red")
Corny o a comtttor tf It ilM-rt llruto
for the throne of 'ielnd
Comyn rattle (tnt on or nr the
all of the n mantlim hiur
After hi death ttn raetle wt de-
iroyed with the eticlon tt ir-
lion which) wtlll remain The it
cam Into fJt poaM-ttjon of lh- late
William M alflne Inc extwtlv a
hundred year ago. leng trutr
am M-lllr.g It
Klll"n ftetiW nd the tnlt at-
tached the tropriy of lh F-nrl f
riniralL wbtM ftmily hat hn In un-
mi.u.d lalon of hl. rouoty
" -. ' I ...Ml H I
aim to b offtrrd for mfr
The earl of Plymouth hat dirpo-d
of a large txrtli)n of the llowt II e.
let In Worretterntyre
wamjt mju&mm nam.
UlUtng gland may gl certain re-
juvenating 4he old cannot be nitl
young wKbfMit renewing all th or-
rtnt of the body for life at Ilt-rbrrt
R(encer ha suld. Is a continual ad-
Jttatment between Intern; and ttr-
nal relation and the pro" of if bt
ott wboee end it neotirllf dt-atb.
Thera kr organ of th boIy whu h
cannot b renewed nnd althou?h they
might be revived nd Urnrthnfl
omewhst by the r!larinent of cer-
tain other orgaaa or gUtnds It would
b only for a brief trrio1. Iieth I
Inevitable ana tbottgh life and vigor
may be prolonged any aooh retuK can
at b b but temporary.
Even with 4kW ratW pewilmiattc
pronouncement. 1 till tietlev that Dr
VoroncaT discovery t likely to toe
o of the rtKMt Important over tnada'
In mlcal aclcac.
KB Mf!l Of
IHMNirS HY IS liMYIMi
I hi: ah ii h t thiiei;
i hums in msi
ALLIES ATELEVEHTH HOUR
lll OK I NSI'KIKUll l.Tl UK
VMIS( MIIVI n VH
1 Illi: Or HAH IN I.AMI
m un; mi mo trs
I I'f ' t'r-M t
1 ran. Nov M Th RU In
RuiU under Lnln and Trotikjr
at winnin; battle tJn. Hir
victorlc vtioo by th BolthaviM
force in KajUrn Ctntra.1 ao4
Wtrn Ruttu wert rporU4 to-
day. Turktah n4 Norwaflan
troopt art aUtin; tha BoUhevtiti
BOtlMlVIKI tTRONG N NORWAY
I I'f t . ! )
Utiiilin No I -A ttroof (('
vtk ri.-m.-nt l Ntr wiia ('laHe'W
iIm Lw it rwrsl hy a adinitn
wwr t-iH tut fill to C.roii hY ooe
uf thr wtil! rt-.t l.fin L.in fhl'
lie wittr tttut the ft . In
Nn mt tlnnl dtlu-Dt -ici-inm thry
lllcd ;--'tH totx) and t.m S'J
Ot if thMr lrtdrre '0't Ntott!
i't ih 1 hi t;. it. Itit. thHd bUm
cw h r he 'at ltrt' fe'
"The ; rKrsintie It (ftilr rt't
i..ii4rv tl!t tho rtrrMrondnt 4in
lailctt 'Vit yeje-ting filmmi whhS
ate lit thtr o n frtrrtRmt trote
!! r.-firitnt pi om 6 4 it b aiia
l)l by nrti5ittjtitry wtrn. An
ln'mt I tk itlt hH)r tly r"mtM
wttlvh w tfomiHt In lh .' Mugf
I Mil D St th it i'rthUtf Ofnlrvg;'
tfii wfit It. iitt.r lit nti!!iin t4
th Irft-ttKlailei the wtkn'tt :
tti.t rsi(tikg by ".litwt si ikm."
knot king off Wtirk an h-xi W-fi-r th
1 tiKtotiury tHite witutt ttifg theif
".Simlltrlv tlm Wt nilt.t. reimdf
fe wsge ar't'foirnt ant !( sum
tu r w U tt tvr.nn-iv ln..liig fvM.Otat
wirknin ttpirr.l hty ofttwtd a r
e .! tnd ti'fd lh ifc!Ha to H4-
tho r ti;Ht L; t iirtii Ur thy oi-
( A r til tf th 1 U'ttiaoittry
ctitii 'th emt'hiyt'r lonifoH nt
i.A'rlt'iitt work '
'"Nitofttiy th perty l Wrontty
ti-milittriitiic! MtttM otooth two It
frtttttr ofd-ei ih ttot-t'i'itton of
Mil Mrs' Htit by alt rtven liM lr
army ert The tmwritt h t.tl-
lt i.-wtt.-r t.!n wa obllard to !.
low thlt drpttti'l but h mtt th
j'ilifl ation tht th sMt-rt vtrt
ihottid ft no further lho iwrttvting
the em'ttoymcnl of 'h tnii:tnr inr
"M'tttf lf tl Irf . tit'4
t- r ti'imi-lf tiictiittrt hy
tdptwrtt Wt'but fr..re ail tfllaft ttf
the Mft.w tuvlrt tri'l Of th etrrt.
ordinary ommitt ti for comlwttmg
count r rrvoluibtn."
om inm i omihii
f 'oiitn.l of riit'ito fif !i'-t In Okl
bout by farmer for the t19 t'apl
wa prritind tly by T J Hhrkl
ford of the m-rtrtt rott'in grf'
Cotton tout tied SI rvnt at (T Irk
ha y?rl4y and ft rent st Frt-
erlt k rtlt mornln The Jutttr Is tm
Ul(ht pri.e p.ll ff the tia In
Fanner (n Oklahoma in ron'rot'
th surpSm of t'ofton in t t'nltatl
PORTUGAL ALSO PHtPAftlNCk
FOR rUTURf WARS
thr itri pnm )
Mtdrld. Nov IJlt U rff-'r''! here
that Portutttl lt the nr future will
tHilr tirnn mn wtrs.hU" In the
DEMOCRATIC LEADCR MARTIN
IS DEAD AGE SEVENTY-TWO
(MV AW'tHl 1-rtUM t
Cbarttrf-iMtvitlw Va Nor tiMna
tor Thoroaa H Mtrtin th dmoi-rstlo
ladr in th t-iuit.. dkd twtav after
lllfte of vrut month. It wt
72 yt-r of age.
Wi will hav plenty of ga Ihit
winter and hav n four of shortage
unless somo nnfora acctUttt hap-
pen tliat might cttf off tha supply. Th
flow of gt I strong an.f all town
and title served by the pareat lino
that feed Otitlirl will not uffr this
wintar" aald Manager Arthur Dtlben
of tha ga company today. And Cat'
' refreshing awt.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 53, No. 63, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 12, 1919, newspaper, November 12, 1919; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc713383/m1/1/: accessed November 12, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.