The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 61, Ed. 1, Thursday, October 6, 1904 Page: 8 of 8
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THt LlAMtft HJTHKIK OKLAHOMA THURSDAY OCTOKR 164.
Jerry Cone Buys the Warwick. J
The Warwick Clear store nrd bowl-
ins niloy 1ms botn purchased by Jerry'
Cono mi'l tho "tocV and fixtures will
tx rnovtil Into Uio Gray building on
Proclamation by Mayor.
Outline. Oct. 6. 1904.
Tho splendid program of trotting
imalng and running races announced
at Marshal Fossett'fl track for Fri-
day afternoon together with the ot-
httitlon of hippodrome chariot and
jpopkoy races morl's tbe attention and
Datrnnace of all our people. It is
I OF YOUR NEW FALL
W ash- von to call and
for ladies There are so tnanv
5 that 3'o will litid it a pleasure to select a pair to y
1 likiuir. The new Blucher are
with patent tips and Cubnn
One Low Price and Small Profit system that sells us
Wore shoes tlian auy other
A Child can 'J'iy as ensap
118 East Oklahoma Avenue.
J. Be FAIRFIELD
I AND STOKAGE
tnrids Pa.ched. Stored
Piioni 2Q. Of lies and Yards
tsmsxsm - MBm -
And School Supplies1
Gray's Drug Store.
1 1250 "XS Ollil3k.oxxxa
VCtlV Send away for your
Why use Rubber Stamps
on your Letter Heads En-
velopes Cards Etc. . . .
The Leader Plant....
Will turn out your Job work quickly and at reasonable
prices. Briefs MADE IN ONE DAY'S TIME. Blank
i Books of all kinds in stock and made to order. Best
' Equipped Bindery in the Southwest.
w New Style of Letter Head. Send to the Leader Office "
for Styles Samples Prices Etc. '"
; . Business Office Phone 75. I
M i ' X lllllBlKlllltIIIIGHIQlEHaMIRBll
therefore- respectfully requested hat
otir irerehmtr. professpnnl nnrl bus
mess won will close their respective
places of business between tho bourn
of two o'clock and half-past bik o'clock
Friday afternoon Oct. ?. 1904 giving
everybody nn opportunity to witness
the nemo and oxprew our npprecta
tlon of l ho efforts of tho proprietor
to tnako Guthrie nltractlve.
C. M. "Barnes Mn 3'.
Dally Lender 10 cents a week deliv-
ered every day except Sunday. Car-
riers collect weekly.
our v a
shown in many pane
terns A x
shoe house in
-ki.i-i ... X. T
as a Man at mis oiore
a . t mm Ml '-
and Shltoed to Order. M
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407-409 W. K -risen
m - MZM - x
xaminc our $2.00 Shoes M
nt..1. ..-. OA?rf f-rttYl jfi L
aivicn .j cciwv.1 n-.i
WITH HAND ON TIIK'
Than Roosevelt With Hand
on the Sword Say
(Uy Aswlated Press i
New York Oct. 6. A delegation
froni the Hungarian Democratic league
of Greater Now York called upon
Judge IMrker tolay and nssurod him
that ninety per cent of the fifty thou-
sa'MKItungarlans In Now York woull
vote 'or htm.
" e would rather " snld the sjoke-
man. ' linve vtu for president with
votir h-inrt ofi the constitution than
Itciseve t with his hand on thy
New York Oct 1 Chairman Ipv
Krt to lay nave oi t a statement ipIi
rratiiiK that Jucn Parker would not
taK- flu Hi wmp during the preai-m
CALL MASS Mlil.TING OF
Member of Ayuinahlo's
Former Cabinet Will De-
clare for Independence.
(By Associates Proas.)
Manila Oct. J. A call for a mat
moettaj; of Filipinos to taJto somo def-
inite action toward. "grvlnK our sin-'
eere support and sympathy to tlie
Ametlcnn committee on Philippine In-
dependence In its efforts lo attain the
end -wo delre." hnwbeon Issued. One
of ther'K)ainuers of Agulnnldo's tnrmor
cnljlnet will speak.
BISHOP POTTER'S SALOON.
Criticizing Resolution ir. Episcopal
Convention Ruled Out of Order.
. (By Associated Press.) "
The Archbishop of Canterbury ad-
dressing the convention i;eclnrod that
beneath nil tiuestlon.i nrrectlr.g the
church lit England and America there
Is nn underlying olonicnt which Is al-
bolutoly common to uotn. Hei wn.
graiifnl tin unusual domonstrarloi
The house of delegates of the Epis-
copal convention today reft-sex"'
LiKo up a resolution offered by n lay
dolegate criticizing Bishop Potter for
efltahlisulrg a moral saloon the chair-
man snyinc it was out of order.
Hrh Prices for Manufactured Geod
and Low Prices for Labor.
Worklngmen sell labor and buy
good. It Is to their Interest to have
labor dear and goods choap. How can
a urm on goous protect laoow "
cannot uuu uoea uou nurnuKuieu tnu
never bo protected by any Urtft on
goods while labor Is left on the free
'1st and Immigrants can flood this
country with chap Iabork as they are
Labor on tbe free list means the
cheapest possible labor In our protect-
ed mills. Tariff-taxed goods means
the highest possible prices fcr manu-
factured goods. This sort of protec-
tion "'orks beautifully for the mauu
factfirers but yery poorly for the etn
I1I1VH3. II IB III ItlUl U MWIHUIO un 1110
American worktngman for It compels
mm to pay American prices tor goons
whlja selling his labor practically at
European wages. If day or week
wages are higher here It Is beoause our
worjtera do more work and not bo-
cause of tariff taxM upon foods.
'iji! humbug of the tariff so far as
lnbor Is concerned was well summed
up y Hon. William D. Kelloy a" pro
tectionist leader In Congress In 1872
when he said: "Yes men are on the
TAMFF AM U
free list. They cost us not oven ""' "" '"""w U1'uu '""' ul -"'
frolRht. We promote free trade ln!ofrect Frank P. Lindsay of Kansas
men. and It Is the .only frco trade I "' nn1 " T- Ll'afltt or Nebraska do-
nm nrnnnro.lv n nromnto ClDred that tllP IllCk Of OrgnnlZntlCn 11.
A tariff on' goods by barring out for-!
elgn goods . makes it easy for our
manufacturers to form trusts arid put
up prices. This they have done. Prices
a re now from 35 to 40 per cent higher
than In 1S97 when the Dlngley bill
which greatly increased tariff duties
on goods became law. Trusts and
monopolies now control the prices ot
nearly everything. A leading Republi-
can Congressman Mr. Llttlefle'd. of
Maine hud printed in the Congression-
al Record of February 26 19Q3 lint
of S0Q trusts with a capitalization ot
neardy $U 000000000. -The most of
theso trusts have been formed since
The Dlngley bill did not put h. duty
on labor to keep out foreigners and to
protect American wages. It left lnbor
on the free list and 3000 Immigrants a
day or nearly 1000000 a year are
landing In this country to compete with
American worklngmen and keep wagon
down. When worklngmen strike for
higher wages or shorter hours their
places are often filled by these for-
eigners. Many strikes are lost or prt-
ly lost because of this steady Inflow
of foreigners all looking for work. If
the workers now on strike in the cot-
ton mills steel mills beet packing
houses etc. are lost It will be be-
cause thero Is plenty of (die labor and
It Is easy for employers to obtain
workers at lower wages
In fact the
employers would hot have permitted
or encouraged strikes had it not been
for this great influx of foreign labor
and for the fact that high tariffs and
high trust prices have prostrated our
Industries and thrown thousands of
men out ot employment.
Tbe tariff must be changed somehow
If tbe worklngmen are to be benefited
WHAT TWO DOLLAR WKTAT WILL
"May wheat Is going to two dollars"
is the cry of the gamblers In the wheat
pits. Republican organs Mho thi cry
and follow It with "Hurrah for Roose-
velt and Prosperity!"
Prosperity for whom? Probably not
for the farmer certainly not for the
consumer. If by any chance wheat
should go to two dollars a bushel the
price of flour would advance corre-
spondingly. There would be an 'u-
crease of 100 per cent in the price of
Dreaa. xms migni pieus a lew people.
comparatively speaking but It would
be a Teat hardship to millions and tens
of millions ot wage earners who And
bread dear enough at present prices.
The only way In whlqh bread riots could
Ka nrevdntad if wn.lt slimilrf f11v
by the repeal of the duty of twenty-flvef:eDs a at therP1A!f UI" '"
cents per bushel on wheat and even!tho Masonl TomP!e- Vl9tlns Sr
that- might only relieve the situation J Knhu alvta welcomo-
In a measure. This ts one of the nianyi
Ux.s on food stuffs levied to fool the' Guthrie Lodge No. 6 B. P. O. E
farmer who in an ordinary year ls Meets the second and fourth Tue-
ablo to supply the home demand dud'"0- nights of each month in Hlk '. -to
export besides. I H. W. Pentecost E. K.
A 600D SISN IN NEW YORK.
The reappearance of Smith M. Weed
as an active Democratic leador in New
York State Is another welcome erlgu
ot Democratic harmony and coming
victory. Mr. Weed vaa one of Samuel
J. TUdea's most aggressive and trimed
lieutenants and during two ot tlw
Cleveland campaigns be was coni-ple-uous
for successful leadership. Iu
Clinton and adjoining counties Mr.
Weed is a political power and hlr. ac
tlvlty this year will be worth several
thousand votes to the Democratic ;i
.tA. iSo ltcpuuilcan TadHUtr trlth
political condlMous In northern New
York will 'ir-y Ihls.
i ' W. O. Ketfhed. the hustling rctpre-
gcIltn. of Ul0 western Newspaper
unlon wn3 n u0 cty tma.
Chairman Melborgor of the Oklaho-
ma World's Fair commission passed
' through tho olty onrouto to- Cnld from
John N. Sheplor and niece. Miss
(Jallu Shepler of Pawnef. were In the
olty toduy. Mr. Shoplor ts edl'or and
propiotor of tho Pawnee Dispatch
anil is a popular gentleman with Vad
Wp!c (f Northoftstem Okianoma
... Monr-. R..ptr.inn . or...
ident of Republican League Club.
(Uy Assorltted Presi.)
Indianapolis Ind. Oct C -J .'
Moore of Phlladflphla. todrv as
re-olecte'l proaldnnt it ihe National
ontlon of Rtoiilillcan leagues A
ftrllt i. t.nln .t..nH ti ... H.lll...t
tnelr states was duo to tho fiillure of
Moore to davote nttontlpn to
Judge O. J. JGallonkamp. 'or T
warmly defended Mooto.
For fancy ond stnple grocorlos see
Goo. $endalhacli. 21C n Okla. avc.
0fj( phono. 210.
J. W. FciTlor repairs watches same
day received so they will keep time.
Guthrie lodge No. 3 I. O. O. F.
Meets every Monday nlghfc at 7:30
o'clock at Odd Fellows' hall coruor
First and Harrison arejiuq.
J. E. Peterson Noble Grand.
H. L. Strough Secretary.
Oxlahoma Encampment No. 1 I. O.
O. F. Meets every Wednesday night
at 7:30 o'clock at Odd Fellows' hall.
W. H. Kelso P. C.
H. A. Herwlg Jvcrlhe.
CANTON GUTHRIE Nt. 5 Patrl.
arch's Militant. I. O. O. F. Hegular
assembly every second Thursday night
In each month In Odd Fellows' fcnll.
Visiting Chevaliers welcome.
Walter Whitney Com'dt.
F S. Bones Clerk.
Naomi Rebekah Lodge No. 2 U O.
O. F. Meets first third Thursday
nights ot every month in Odd Fellows'
Eva Merton Noble Grand.
Sadie Mathis' Secretary.
Co. A First Regt. Ok. N. Q. Mecca
every Wednesday night at 7:30 In
Armory hall 10 V.'ost Harrison avenue.
Q. E. Dunnlca Captain.
C. S. Curran Orderly Sergeant
Renfrew Division No. 3 Uniform
Rank K. of P. Meets second and
four'h Monday nights at Armory hall.
G. E. Dunnlca Captain.
W. T. Warren Recorder.
Guthrie Lodge No. 2 K. of P. Meets
orery Friday night In Castle hall cor-
ner of First and Harrison.
L. S. Page L. O. Lytle
K. of R. & s. c a
Woodmen of the World Guthrie
Camp No 3 Moeta every Tue8day at
1:30 p. m. In tho Woodmen hall over
Bpsncer hardwaro store. Visiting
Wm. Connelly Con. Com.
Guthrie Commandery No. 1 Knights
J. Foucart- Secretary.
- Hartranitt Post No 3 G. A. a
'MeetB on first and third Fridays !u
each month at 7:30 p. m.. In 'hall ovei
(Spencer's hardwaro store. Visiting
'comrades always welcomo.
i G. W. Billlnns. Post Com.
M. L. Mock Adjutant.
Guthrie Chapter No 2 Order of tho
Eastern Star. Meets In the Masonic
Temple every second and fourth Frl-
luv AtfAnlnv. In An h mAntli
j P. M. L. Ray. W M.
j M. E. Harrington Secretary.
I. o. R M. Meets every Tuesday
Saturday Oct. 8
Matinee 'The Minister's Son'-
Night The Last Rose of Satu-
The seasons most worthy of
ferinp1. Engagement of the
In the seasons biggest success.
The purely American comedy
i Excellent cast. Elaborate
j Scenic Effect".. A perfect pro-
duction In ever respect.
PRICES 2oc 50c 75c and 81.00
'One solid week
Commencing Sunday Night
Engagement of the
North Bros'. Comedians
In up-to-date plays
Special features at each per-
formance. The Famous Polmatier Sisters
Orfchestra. The Finest La-
dies Orchestra Before
Popular Prices 15c 25c 85c.
G. W. Bruce
BOOKKEEPER AND ACCOUNTANT
Rooms 2 8 4 Bamford
Building Guthrie O. T.
SpcoWI attention given to the exam-
ination of County Records nd books
of a Mercantile character
nftrencefi Doard of county torn-
mluloncrs. Logan county; Doard of
county commliilonen Dewey Co.
Board of county commliilontn
Ulalne county; any bank In Guthrie.
(First published In tho Dally Leadstf
October 1. 1004.) '
Application for Liquor License.
Terrltoiy ot Oklahoma Logan Coum
Notlco Is hereby given that
John Henry Miller
has this- day hied In tho office of the
County Clerk In mid for said County
his pntltton asking that a license bo
granted hlni to sell at retail malt
spirituous and vinous liquors on
Lot 1 plock 3S In Fourth ward Guth
rle In said County and Territory
It no protest be filed on or before
October 18. 1S04
bis petition will bo granted and
Witnoss my hand and the seal ot
said County hereto affixed this
4th day of Outol.er. 1904.
N J C. Johnson
night in IC of P nail. Visiting chiefs
Frank B. Sarber Sachem.
H. C Barney Chief a". Records.
The ReJwkau will meet every first
and third Tuesdays in each month.
Nellie Peterson Minnie Billings
Secretary. Noble Oi-and.
Guthrie Loose Ifo'l A. O. U. W.
meets ovory Thursday night In the
now Masonic hall on East Oklahoma.
VtaHItiS brother welcome.
E H. Ruthven M. W.
W. J. Leatherman Recorder.
For the Lawyer.
For Sale Seven (7) volumes ot de-
risions ot the department of the Inter-
or relating to public lands.
One volume Taylor's Pleadings and
rnotI?e (Kansas). Address Th
Leader Guthrie Okla
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 61, Ed. 1, Thursday, October 6, 1904, newspaper, October 6, 1904; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc72273/m1/8/: accessed June 29, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.