The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 54, No. 74, Ed. 1 Friday, December 3, 1920 Page: 4 of 8
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BIT IKSUK O. K1BLACK.
fiibllslKH) irniu Th lmly I-eder build-
in lift WVxi ll.rrls..o avt-ime and mtenil
lit tb GutJirie .ubltiffir-e fecond cilia
Absorbed -tate Capital. March 8 1911;
Official pcr tont:ttloial Contention;
Official City and Count paper.
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Vlie Aso l!ilJ I'ri'SH Is etcluslvely en
tilled to 'ip tisi' fur republication of all
anna ilHpMtt bra m-dlted to II or not other-
kIim! (Tf.lltr.l In t!)in iir auJ also the
l. ui iji-ws .ulillsl.l lierelu.
Ail tiUHolli niiiiiiiHi rlila kliftn and
pictures s-ut to Tim I-tru!T are w-ut at
ttia rink of the owner. Tli Waiter ev
p-e-sly repurtlnles any r-ofl8lbU:ty for
their snfe custody or return.
Calls for aoeiety meetings tarda of
Hunks obituary soUort resolution
society am: cliu'ch sooinls lecttrs notb
i a lis for r-titi r-b imvttnes (except Sunday
jvTinons) are ronnliWred . ai adrcrtlalug
and will be otiarfred for. '
Secj-etnry I?;iker julinits tliiit lie
is j.fcMul ui' I lie army. Now let us
J c.'ir from flu' iirin.v. '
The little jiiitions want jjis
i.rinaiiient !inl tin Mi; ones tl;'r't
Arc they al'rni'l of cncli other ?;
So no of Hie price reductions
-.cein to have taken the elevator
;unl others are mint; Ihe stairs.
Moscow's offer of readiness to
protect the Armenians lias not yet
neen accepted not even hy the
After u few more moves of New
York's "deadline" democracy for
thieves will he established. (!reat
reforms travel slowly.
Speaking of lhat proposed in-
ternational eonrt imagine a civil
court which could only Ink1
jurisdiction when both parties
asked for it !
The. Mexican Cabinet has re-.
signed to give President-elect
Oliregon a free hand. Has Mr.
Bryan been making suggestions
(o Mexico City toot
Spanish objection to having its
soldiers drafted by the league for
service in Vilna protests that it
would make Spain merely "a
colony of Sepoys." Our recent
campaign might have been nuule
jnore picturesque by the importa-
tion of a few Castilian orators.
CHARTER SHOULD MEET
CITY NEEDS ARMSTRONG
(Continued from Page 1.)
not a candidate for any position but
I am Killing; and anxious to help for
the city's good as bead of the Real-
More Mayoralty Power
A. B. Armstrotvg who bus already
Stven fine service to the city and
who la an amlabble and fair-minded
gentleman withal said. "I mis SOme-
what surprised to see Jn last night's
Leader (that I had offered myself as
manager of' the city of Guthrie. I
have not offered myself neither am
I 'in the Jiands of my friends.' The
only public expression that I have
made was In opposition to a new
charter at the present time. I believe
that ur prrofient charter in ample for
our needs If amende! in a few points.
I think our mayor should have more
power so that he could be mayor In
fact as well as In name if he wanted
Ho be. Also that we should jviy the
commissioners more money. I think
the school board should be re-rust.
If we should undertake to get up a
new charter to be voted on at the
spring election Itwould be either a
copy of. some other charter and nilht
not apply to Guthrie or the idea of
some one man or the dosing of a few
i)litlcians. When we have a new
charter let's have one that will meet
the needs of Guthrie as well as 1he
Ideals of its citizens." '
"Lie" Says Gregory. '
A. P. Gregory scut the following
curt letter to The liidrr: Kdl-
tor Leader: "There was an
article in The Leader yester-
day in which it was -said:
'Several gentlemen In the city have
Announced their willingness to umler-
' lake the task of managing the tnu
nicipalily'tt affairs among them beinp
A. P. Gregory etc.' Th.i Ptue at
with reference to Gregory was a He.
Upon no occasion have I said hiitttv
nor intimated thalt I desitv. to be
city manager In Guthrie or any o!.he
cltv or town. In fact I would no
accept such a position in Guthrie.
A. T. Gregory
Submits Raft of Names.
Mrs. L. B. writes to the "Leader
riorum" as follows:
Editor Leader: I notice there
considerable agitation about charter
nmetMlmunt and city manager. Let
try thje manager plan. I know-
number of fine fellows who are quul
lfied to run tho city but I fear tlie
Tvould not serve. I mii;ht mention
tuny one of the Chestnuts Fret Lint
Jake DoueIusb Ned Holinan I
Grav Eugene' Beyer Fred Soehl oi
Sam Gardner Tom Jtnkins At. Weln
lwrger Fran"'; Fieratt Gray Ar
jthur Tyler ("lias. 4Vhite Vie Houston
John l)vcl(i: s or Georuti 1'ailuock
It. Braun John Dean V. H. Coyle
Guv Ilollmvav. George Barber O. T
An American major with the iivi8 .0l lvtligo ohas. Seely Chas
name or ;larll)orongli t hnrchill . Olson 1. t. Ataianirout A. li. Ann
was sure 10 ntiract tittention lrom rBtnmg Rev. fnilan and a host of
both French and British who can otheis. Thee men are w -11 groiin'.w
liardly have forgotten .T hn i in business and could manage th
Clmrehill first duke of Marlbor-' city offic.iently.-Mrs. L. B.
ough victor of Blenheim. Ondi n-! '
.true. Jvnmiilies and .Malplaipiet.
Tho First Chris ian t'lmrcli is lo )k
ii:- forward to a great F.-llows'iii
d:.y on Dec '.:'ih. Watch the imp r
for further aiinmincenr tits.
MEMBER OF THE BAR
are most embarrassing
Tiiat disfi(;urin; skin truuole
which makes you scratch no
matter where you are is a source
of disgust to others as w ell as tor-
ment to yourself. Try Resinol
Ointment. It relieves itcliirijr at
once and heals eruption promptly.
Prescribed lor years by physicians
for eczema ana similar troubles.
a Xcw ! .Met !).('
it can be removed
me operation i
.1. f .
Mmpie. v oino in ie.t us ex
plain how. The jet holes bo
in-' simply inverted fnnnel.
above the surface' of the
burner do not stop up because
nothi ng can lodce 'The burn
ers are made from key steel
and coated inside and outside
with elastic vitreous enamel
the best yet known. This
makes them impervious to the
action of rust or .heat and
practically indestruet ible.
They are guaranteed.
The Store of Dependable
112 East Oklahoma Ave.
Opposite Kress Store.
(Cen inued f'om Pape 1.)
.MuskcRce city -bonds to Burns 'o'
l'-e P.ii; S'nr. She Kave $t!.00i) it
I er inti-- s- and subsequently learn
oil or 'Kw. unpaid dutch ednes-
'maiint the Pis Star. She sued fo
tcrovei'v of lrr uonev when it dev
"-' ' ill ' loads had been so'd at '
JiiilKe.KwHiik wave her jiid'-men'
'for Hi. lull nmoun: wltlch include-
'l ie S'ur leas s. Many of tltes
! i s luive ln-ii sold by Mrs
Thompson 'o her friends in the east
Fatton claims that Bums will "In
take:) t'invii the Hue." it is sail
Mrs. Th inpson will soon take ove
' Pi; Siar outfit en irely ttn.l deve
lo:i Ihe leases.
from Ardinore Is a machinery sales-
man from Oklahoma City it was said
at the hotel today. Kf forts had he- 'i
made to identify the man as Kussll
K. Brown county ui:orney of Ard-
inore. "I was not in Dallas last nihi '
said County Attorney Brown. ' it Is
some person who is tryiiu; to mil
over something. I shall investigate"
MRS JAKE HAMON WILL
RETURN TO CHICAGO
Ardiioro Dec. .1 Mrs. Juke
Hanion -widnwifiif the late Republi-
can national couK-nitteeinan of Okh
hoina will leave A'dmore this afteY
noon on her return to Chicago with
her two children Olive Bell and
Jake L. jr. where the children will
resume- llieir studies. Mrs. 1 (anion
ami children were called to Ardnmre
when Mr. I (anion was fatally wound-
"(1 in a local hoi el the nb;ht of N'o
The First Chris'ian Church is lot k-
'np forward to a jrreat Kellowsh'ri
day on lec. ;12th. Watch the pap r
for further announcements.
Within walls Imilt liiyh hy years of v:ir ami ivvolutioiv Iwhind (loor-4 -ltse-uarlol
)y Trtitzky's soldiers the Russian treasure-htmse awaits the adventurer .with the key of
gold "In the eolith there are millions of lmshels of wheat awaiting export and oil
wells have heerj running unchecked so lon that they have had to hank them up and
form lakes of oil" "There is fl()(KMNK) worth of timber lying at Archangel and other
Mrts on 'the White Sea." The Silierian seahoard contains "prohaldy ihe world's greatest
undeveloped coal and oil dejtosits with the f ishing off coast equal to that of Alaska."
While it is all very well agree some American editors for the Soviet CJovcnunent
to open the doors of the Muscovite treasure-house wha't if the treasure-house is empty f
Alt ' referring -to the 1'ritish trade 'agreem ent with Soviet Russia recently announced
hy Premier Lloyd (leorge the New York Tribune declares that "to take Lenine and his
system jnto fellowship is to abandon those in Russia who fought for civilization and
democratic ideals." .
Facts that will awaken mingled feelin gs of wonder resentment and satisfaction are
presented m the sinking article in this week s number of THF 1 JTKRARV DH'iKST.
It reflects the opinion of '.he
resume trade relations with Russia.
Other very interesting news-articles in
American press iijh)u
ELKS MEMORIAL SERVICES
AT M. E. CHURCH SUNDAY
(Con! inued from Page 1.)
organist; openfnjt ceremony's by
IxxIrc; tenor solo Bro. Cecil Wil-
liams; memorial ceremonies lode
and officers;; music Temple mala
chorus; eulogy. Bro. John Oolohy;
oprano stdo selection Mrs. William
Memorial address lion. B. M. Par-
The "Parliament of Man" at Geneva
Mr. Hoover's Labor Plans
The Seven Millers of Kansas
Trying to Carve Turkey
Exit Venizelos Enter Constantine
Little Latvia'sxGreat Role
Emigration from Ireland
Evolution's Most Romantic Moment
Medical News in the Papers
Motor Trailers to Solve Transportation
England Learns How Much It Suffered
by the Air-Raids
Introducing the Crack Bolshevik
A Canadian Literary Declaration of
this number of THF Did F.ST are:
Treating Labor Artistically a -
American Films Corrupting Britain?
Japan's New Religion - '
Czecho slovakia's New National Church '
World-Wide Trade Facts
Problems of Democracy Big Business
Judge Landis The New Czar of
The Bibulous Frenchman Under Fire by
A Woman Who Got Into Congress Through
the Want-Ad Columns
Balking the Bringers of Booze Over the
Rolling Homes that Gather No Rent
Topics of the Day
Best of the Current Poetry
nienter of Law-ton Okla.
Auld Lan-z Syne" audi
Should auld acquaintance be fowot
And never brought to mind?
Sliould auld acquaintance be forgot
-And the days of auld lan.a; syne
"or auld lang syne my dear.
For auld lang syne.
Ve il tak' a cup o' kindness yet
Tor auld lang syne. '
Benediction Hev. Callan.
Half-tone Illustrations Maps and Humorous Cartoons
Dec. . 4th Number on Sale To-day News-dealers 10 Cents--$4.00
Be a Reader el
KUNK & WAGNALLS COMPANY (Publishers of the Fnou NEW Standard Dictionary)r NEW YORK
Members of t!ie First CUristiin
Church are looking forward to a
jirea: da-Fcllowliip . JXiy-Dec. 12th.
'They are invited to be on the look-
'out for later announcements.
FILINGS Oil DELINQUENT
The first Chris ian Church is look
ing forward to u preat Fellowshi;
day on Dee. i:?-h. Watch the naperf
for further announcements.
WAS 11AMOX SHOT
(Continued f'ora Page 1.)
locate Sheriff Garrett "He is out o
the city said Bud Bollew city ma-
shal when asked about Garrett.
Dallas Dec. 3. R. Brown resis
ered at a local hotel last night a
t-Is Ideal for -
Officers of the Lodge
Exulted ruler; Chas. S. Olson; es-
eti'ed leadins knight. Tom Jenkins;
deemed ni.v'al knlvht. IT. E. Match-
t; It eturlrv knlijht A. L. Evans; es-
uire Fred Sdehl;; secretary T. M.
'ilson; ti-tfarurer. Lymon J. Gray;
yler. H. O. Mntchett.
Trustees W. II. Boasen II E. Der-
vin. Fred Soehl; ushers IIul L. Cook
red D. Croo'i IjfHoy TraK-ind (Jeo.
tilMuid. Louis I.'alsell Charles Me-1
Absent Brothers. Payment
Our alwent brothers S. Ii. Over-
treet S. 11. Wadsworth. J. O. AVilkin-
on II. C. Maine II. H. Hairan. II. A.
-Matt. If. Maxey Edzar V. Jones.
. P. Saunders II. Brandon Wm II. ' '
)twny. R. R. Carlin. A. A. Crandall. ok'ahoma City. Dec. 3.-rd has
'. A. Noble. A. II. Relhle C. K. N. 'been received at the internal revenue
""oles. V. P. Kidwell G. S. Freeman
V. E. Webler Wm. A. Frasier. Chas. "
neisly Tennis Snigirs O. A. Brown
T. J. O'Rourke Otto Bek.meyer Win.
Aindrop A. Meyer Jr. Wm. Ritz-
'laurt Joseph Foucart. Joe Willis C.
'V. Roodhous Chas. Hunter L. P.
eBron. Stanley Stobaush Robt. E.
?tobaush John F. Bragg E. Earl
'lawkins Chester Hirsehl. Steve Mi-
ace. Henry Rinslinsr. Paul Van
loozer L. I. Beland.
TAXES ARE REJECTED
and Non-Payment of
1018 Tax To Federal Depart-
ment Is Causing Grief
offices here that a list containing lot
delinquent tax filings send to Wash-
ing on with excuses for delinquency
have been rejected by government :i
Two-thirds of the tax returns of
this list wele delinquent in the piy-
L. I -e t I -v. v. l
mcnt of 191S taxes and the remaindr excusses for delinquency have beea
were delinquent last year. The tax sent to Washington from the Okla
homa City Internal
Members of the First Christian
hurch are looking forward to a.
n eat day Fellowship Day-Dec. 12th.
"They are invited to be'"6tf the'looU-
"it for later announeements.'' - '-
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SALE 3 room cottage. 1 1-2
blocks from Temple well. barn. 7
lots. Priced right for quick sV.e.
See Robinson 109 S. Div. Phone T).
FOR RENT A 4-room lions tv.o
acreS of ground near cotton mills
Inquire at 719 West Mansur.
Ladies suits cleaned
Day and Night.
Call For "Red."
Will go anywhere at
in a Wired Home
When led-time comes and
irother touches the little button
r.t the foot of the stairs the good
fairy of electric light drives
s way all the "bug-a-boos" from
the dim border of Slumberland.
Electric lieht for the Dath
xhead and for dark corners
juick heat without fire for chilly
i mornings or evenings and wil-
lint electric motors that take
the grind out of daily tasks for
busy housewives are only a je-jf
cf the advantages of a wired home.
Let us tell you some of
Mater Electric Co.
PHONE 79- r 109 S. DIVISION ST.
payers involved now will be requireJ
to pay a 25 per cent penalty au-1
what is called by internal revenue of-
ficials a $5 offer in compromise."
This last payment is in place of the
specific penally provided for such of
tense and is allowed when the gov-
eminent is convinced that those de-
linquent have befti tardy with their
payments throitii Ignorance.
For ihe four years immediately re-
Cfding last April about 7 CI of thes1!
City Internal revenue offices.
and of this number it is said only
abou -10 per cent have been allowei-
Most of the returns invoivrd have
been under the 300 class. It is
Members of the First Chrlstia-i
Church are looking forward to a
treat day-Fellowship Day-Dec. 12t!..
They are" invited to be nn the look-
out for TaTer announcements.
Three Ford Touring Cars
and Some Live Sock
Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock
West side of
f!50 at Brown's.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 54, No. 74, Ed. 1 Friday, December 3, 1920, newspaper, December 3, 1920; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc713536/m1/4/: accessed November 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.