The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 115, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 8, 1905 Page: 1 of 8
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The Guthrie Daily Leader.
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GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA THURSDAY JUNE 8. 1905
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INTERTAINING N E W S-
PAPER TOPICS DIS-
VALUABLE PAPERS READ
Election of Officers At-
trdcts Keen Interest.
Today meeting of the National Ed-
itoral asoclatkHi convened this morning
At 9 o'clock In the Urooks opera house
Ke A B NI-holus pastor of th
Kpircopnl church of tjuthrle gave the
int icatlon after wh.h F. B Herbert
of Chicago first president of the Nation-
at Editorial aseolcution. entertained the
audience with a brief spicy humorous
Praltei From Herbert.
Fither Herbert praised the efforts of
the Guthrie people In their delightful
and satisfactory entertainment for the
National Kdl'ortnl aseorlutlon. He said
that ho wanted to thunk the people
lieu- In the highest way and that he
b'lli'M'd there are few of the visitors tn
.ULhrle today Who an- not satisfied.
President's Annual Addreis.
Fllowing Father Herbert1 leasing
t MumiaMnn of prnle for Guthrie W. W.
b rews president of the National Ertito-
n il association delivered his annual ad-
dress which the Leader published In full
' resident Screws' address was replete
with words of eulogy for the reform
movements of St. luls and Massachu-
setts and other places He sounded a
good clear thought In advocating reform
In putisan views In the editorial col-
umns of the newspaper
After President Slaws' aaUresn was
flnisl-od. Father Herbert named the fol-
lowing committee to report on the presi-
dent h address: Luther Short of Indi-
ana 11 M Wilson of Alabama and 11.
D Hellen of Iowa.
The following nommlttees Vere . ap-
pointed by president Screws to report at
the net sesslo'h
.Officers Frank G Prouty. Oklahoma:
J H Duke Mississippi; I K. DlehL
I'tih H M. Yo.'nianH. 'Wisconsin; F.
U TJailten Msmlund.
Aeaolutlons-r-W H Judson Alabama
W F Parrott Iowa. S A. Dowell. South
IMkoru W W Turner Arkansas A. W.
Crtiientlals O l" Woodruff Connect!.
cut. J Irwin Steele. Pennsylvania. F.
H Hall Illinois. Jacob Peppennun Ala-
bam 1. O K. Nevuns Nebraska
Nee rology J K Junkln Kansas. C.
E Bran. Ohio George T.. Campbell
Michigan. U E Chandler Massachusetts;
J Bute Texas
Tie.isurer's Books J V. Fanning.
Ohio. R B. McKee Pennsylvania; B. F.
Ways and Means C. B. McCoy Ohio;
John Dymond. Louisiana; C. W Rob-
bin Maine; W L. Jones Illinois Carl
Legislative Jasper Collins. Texas; F.
H Greer. Oklahoma; W. O. Purcell Ne-
braska. W. C. Hurrlson North Carolina;
A W Lee Iowa
Constitution and By-Laws W. O. L.
Jewett Missouri K. C. Perry Tennes
see. W It. Hodges Minnesota; Uwlng
Herbert Kansas; W. B. Fotaom Arksn
Social Mrs. Bdlth Toler Oregon; Miss
Florence Dymond Louisiana; Mrs. ell
r H.irt. Ohio. Mrs. It. K. Colby. Illinois;
Miny Bess Munn. California.
Postal Laws Joseph Maooabe Massu-
chusett. B. B Herbert Illinois. R M
White Missouri. A W Lee. Iowa Clyde
Oswald. New York
Mlsi Clay's Paper
Mies Virginia Clay of Alabama read
one of th finest papers so far heard
duiuig the National Kdltorlal session.
He i subject was"Womun In Journullsm "
She expressed many magnificent thoughts
and did not fall to show wherein woman
has been doing gregt died In u news-
piper line and wherein men haw not al
been what they were "cracked up to be "
Th scorching she gave the reporters
especl.tllv the gentlemen reporters was
out of ti.e ordinary and a fierce scath-
ing of a "slave ' efforts.
She named .ill of the leading women
Journalists and writers of the cuuntry
and related the wonders they had done
and what may be expected of women
In the newspaper field In the future.
Miss Dunham Entertains.
The next to furnish entertainment was
Miss Lucille Perle Dunham who Is not-
ed for her readings and recitations. She
gave three of her pleasing selections.
hu ing bean encored he audlenc e was
highly pleased with her recitations and
applauded her enthusiastically. Mtss
Dunham Is one of Oklahoma's twst elo-
cutionists and the people here are proud
of her She lias unusual talent and Is
hard to equal as an entertainer
Col. Joan Dymond. of Louisiana who
wU probably be the next president ot
the N. B. A. mode a splendid address
after which the session was adjourned
Last Night's Program.
The entertainment given th visitors
last night was grand and something
over which Outltrleltes should feel highly
The opera house was never nwn pret-
tily decoratssl The stag was one pic-
ture of handsome man and pretty wo-
men ftowws. ferns pfafvi electrical dis-
plays and other deooratleas. In the cen-
ter of It a$. and set as the enter figure
of the stage wa the large red. white
and blue sign "Oklahoma the Land of
the Fair Ood."
O. H. Feejan president of the Outhrie
Commercial club delivered an eloquent
address and brought out new thought
and fresh material 'LlooK several differ-
ent line. Mr. Pests' Is always a boost-
er for Outhrie andabove all things an
orator who can tijk on any subject at
Mayor John W.Duke. who Is pointed
and brief and wlio can any In fewer
words more than ny man In Oklahoma
made a nice talk He welcomed the N.
K. A to Outhrtejwlth a promise of all
the good things flie city could offer.
The Temple octette sang a line num-
ber which won the merited applause of
the audience Miss Carrie Williams ac-
companied by Mrs. John W. Duke sang
a very beautiful number.
N. E. A. Note.
They are all Jolly good fellows.
Three cheers for the N. E. A. boys
Miss Virgins Clay ?ertanly a proud
little good little Alabamlan.
Father Herbert was the first presi-
dent of the N. IS. A. AU honor to him.
Judge Henry Asp Is a pusher. He
welcomes the N. 14. A. with arms. open.
Everybody praises Col. Prouty for his
work In the Interest of Guthrie and the
N. K A.
Miss Josephine Gray of Oalnesvltle
Texas formerly taught school In Payne
"Mi.-e" Oj'Donne.i Is not only a
railroad man but he is also an N. E. A.
A woman Journalist said today that
AH "newspoper women" are not " dead
R. L. O'Neal la editor of the Mercury
of Huntsvllle Ala. lg her and say 'Its
the real thing.
"Jim" McConnell Is another Quthrle-
Ite of whom it Is uit honor to mention
as an N. It A. enthusiast
Hx-Commttteemnn H. J. Kranp of
New York represent th "Advertiser."
He's one of the fold of prince
J. II. WVrd of Bessemer. Alabama
calls his paper the "Journal " He Is
here and equals 1 or 4 ordinary wards.
II. C Stlneman Is here from South
Fork Penu. and admires the "doings."
He Is what one virtually ter.ns a. "good
F. 8 Philips editor of the Times of
Erie Penn Is In attendance with all
his vivacity and effulgence. He makes
the envious glad.
Among the Jolly Iowans Is Edgar F.
Medary publisher of the "Democrat" at
..aukon He Is a newspaper enthusiast
and a fine fellow.
One of the most intelligent audiences
that was ever brought together in Guth
rie Is fotmed by the National Editorial
Hello 8. D Mine of Mitchell. South
Dakota. Mr. Milne represents the
Poultry Journal of course the "hen
family" Jias to be represented.
Among the South Dakota delegation
there are some good live N B. A. fel
lows. One of (he hottest 1 J. S. Head
ley editor of the Heiald at Menno
James Holt is with the editors look
ing after the American Type Foundry
company of St. Louis besides having
the "time ot his life " as he expressed
Plenty of railroad men here also A
C Miner of Sedallu Mo traveling pas
senger agent of the Missouri. Kansas &
Texas Is one of the busiest men In
Charles B. Sehwlng Is one of the
youngest in .he Louisl ina delegation un.l
Is Indefatigable in pushing the candi-
dal y of Col Dymond for the presidency
of the N K. A.
W G Purcell of Broken Bos.. Neb
editor of the Custer County Chief secretary-treasurer
of the National Edito-
rial association is all right a. id has met
many Guthrieltes since coming here
President Screws read a commpnica-
tlon today from Richard P Hobson. In
which he explained that hln re-em mar-
riage and "ot'utr minor matters ' would
not allow him to attend the meeting
J. W Cockrum of Indiana recording
secretary declares hi name lias never
been mentioned for president of the
National Editorial association Never-
theless he would probably nuke a good
Ralph . Parker city editor of the
Lincobi Uit) Dally News-Herald. Is
probably the youngest delegate present
and. according to his fetlow delegates
he is a Udlts' man sans puer et sans
On of the handsomest members of the
X. 8 A. is the exaeutte committeeman
of the India DeuMkorailc Kdltorlal
aaaeetetton and editor of the 'Dally
Democrat of Decatur Indiana. He
always attends the executive ooaimlttee
meetings and the annual conventions
and he carries more shirts cults and
collars than any other memlnr and
makos IS change ot hi attire per day.
He I)' known a tho ladies' man on all
ocaslons of this nature. Notwithstanding
he I a married man. Ill name I L.
F. S. Phelps of the Erie (Pa.) Times
was around blight and early to Is morn-
ing with the glad hand He Is one of
the best mixers tn the entire lot and
declares himself delighted with Outhrie'
Adam Reld Psrriat editor of tho Flo-
rida Fruit Grower and Investor Is In the
elt; He I very much In love with
Outhrie and the territory. Mr. Parrlsh
is one among the many pleasant gentle
men now visiting the capital city.
Elx-Com. J. H. Duke of Mississippi
was accotrpanted here by his daughter.
Miss Betty who is a highly accom
plished young woman. They are being
entertained atB the hosnltnhle and beau
tiful home of Mayor and Mrs. John r.
A. O. Bunnell of Dansville N. T..
editor of the Adviser is one of the past
presidents and one of the oldest news-
puier men In the N. B. A. H teamed
his business from devil up. Mr. Bun-
nell has been in the business 15 yen rs
and still believes in tlu past pot and
W. S. Ingram may be truly classed
a a newspaper magnate being manager
of the Baton Kouge (La.) omes and the
Shreveport (La) Times. Notwithstand
ing this double responsibility he man
ages to enjoy himself in the Journey
The committee that went to Osage
I T.. yesterday to meet the N. B. A. ex-
cursion was "satisfactorily and content-
edly" entertained by Chairman Asp.
general 'solicitor of the Santa Fe.. He
related a "handsome" story entitled
'Whistling at the Crossing."
William A. Ashbrook of Ohio corres-
ponding secretary of the National Edit-
orial assocUton said to a representative
of the Leader today that the 101 ranch
entertalnmen will be attendeS by every
one and that he heartily endorses. It.
"Billy' Ashbrook may always be de-
Wfien It comes to awarding the palm
to thd handsomest editor among Hie
vlstors a dangerous competitor will be
C. J. Lumpkin of tlte Cardlnvllle (III.)
ICnquirer. In all national gatherings
Illinois never fells to send Mr. Lumpkin
as Its formasr type of manty- beauty and
The Texaa delegation is actively push-
ing Will H. Mayes for third vice presi-
dent of the association. Mr Mayes is
on o' the most successful newspaper
men In the South and his building and
plant at Brownwood Texas comprise a
model Institution Mr. Mayes is publish-
er of the Brownwood Banner-Bullet. n.
The "Big Three" Jim Page past cor-
recordlng secretary and Jim Gibbs past
recording secretary and Um Glbbs. past
treasurer are going to have their pic-
tures taken to be presented to all the
Institutions of learning in the United
States. Their work in behalf of the N.
k). A. for the past IS years has been
Judge Henry E Asp. counsel for the
Santa Fe In Oklahoma Col. Frank G.
Prouty. Assistant Territorial Secretary
J M. MoOonnell. J. P. O'Donnell genera
agent for the Fort Smith aud Western
Railway company and O. M. Wagner
representative of the Leader all of
Guthrie left the capital city early yes-
terday morning via "ICaty" and met the
National Editorial excursion at Osage.
W. E. Brown of Oklahoma City di-
vision superintendent of the "ICaty" was
at Osage. I. T. yesterday and assisted
In greeting the editors. Superintendent
Brown la very accomodating and says
his road is always ready to help a good
cause He wired and hd this morning s
north bound Katy stop at Agre in order
to let the Guthrie reception committee
get on the Editorial special.
The Lone Star state association who
are brothers to the next ' star on the
state association ' are well represented
by such members of the presa as W J
Bouye editor of the Enterprise Wax-
ahachle Texas executlNn committeeman
of the Texaa Press jmui l.itlon and VV
A Johnson editor of the Hertld Mem-
phis the executive committee ui the
Northwest Texas association
Among the old time members of the
N E A. Is W E Pabor. of Frlda.
formerly of Colorado who has lM-en a
me-nber lnce 1886 when at Cincinnati
the flrt innual n Min 9 m re.tc by I Im
Since then he has deliver-t nfteen po-
ems and this ever Ing will gle another
entitled "Lisping Leaves." In 'hree sec-
tions the first pait i nature stuJy the
second the appilcttlon to O.m printed
leivei he third a tribute tc Hon B
Herbert founder of the N K A Mr
Pabor as accompanied by his youngest
son. Frank G. Pabor of De Ind and
hi bride to whom he was married on
Wednesday of last week sr-d the huppr
cot pi will spend their honeymoon lit
making the Portland trip. Tne bride
neo Sadie F Skiui.er. of D '.and Flo-
rida will read the annual poem at this
Among th distinguished v lulling
guest Is Hon Lawrence B Stringer
who represents the Illinois Democratic
Prtss association Mr. Strlrger's rise In
politics has been phenomenal He hud
barely attained his majority when the
Logan c-iunly denuxraty. conftdi nt In
the joung Uwjtrs abllli seat hin. to
the legislature. Hv nerved two consec-
utive terms in the lower bouse and then
hi admiring caoMltuenfy 'nsUted ip
hi promotion to the seaai. when ho
more than fulMWd' Uie high expeoutlo
of his admirers. Last yoar when the
FROM THE CZAR
INSTRUCTED TO REMAIN
AT MANILA WITH
SUBJECT TO AMERICA
Rojesiyensky Makes Report
(Br Aswxslated Press.)
Manila June 8. Rear Admiral Hit-
qulit roiri t 1 o'dook this morn-
ing the following calk from St. Peters-
burg: "Remain at Manila at the disposition
of the American government. Bffeot
repairs as much as lweslble.
GoTernor One rat Wright has re-
quested Hear Admiral Train to ar-
range for the disposition of the Rus-
sian warships and their offcers and
St. Petersburg Jiiuu $. Tho govern-
ment has received a telegraphic repo :
from Vice Admiral Rojestrensky. dated
at Tokio June 6 In which the admiral
stste tha'. at 10:30 a. m. on May 27
he engaged twelve large Japanese bat-
tleships and armored cruisers and
twelve entailer cruisers.
At 2: SO It became necessary for him
to shift Ills quarters and his staff on
the battleship Knla SouvaroiT to an-
other part of the vessel atad at 3:30
when the admiral lost oonsolousirues
owing to h's wounds. It vas found
necessary to transfer him atid htg staff
to the torpedo boat destroyer Bulny
whore already- part or the crow 5f fh
battleship Oslabya which sunk had
The supreme command tile ailmlrat
say3 wub thea transferred to Rear Ad-
inlral Nebogttoff. The Bulny boonme
soparated from tho rest of the lleet
during the night Admiral Rojestven-
"In the morn.nK wn sighted the
armored cruiser Dmitri Donskol with
two torpedo boas and transferred the
Oslabya. 'crew to her I was removed
to the torpedo boa' di-itroyer Iledovl.
which ajoamed away with ih destroyer
"Oa the evening of May 23 I learn-
ed that the Bedovi had surrendered to
two Japanese torpedo boats. The
Dedorl arrived at Saaebo May 81. I
have learned that Roar Admiral Nebo-
gatoif is at Sasebo "
democratic manig'Ts woie seWtlng an
available oundluate to pit againrt Deh'-en
for ov'rnoi 'Larry' Strirger was
chosen to leud the purt ticket. The
young man loyal to his party iheerfully
accepted the rail knowing full well that
the odds against lilin were us a thousand
to one. He made thr nice and like
countless other gooj demot rats went
down to defeat In tl.it awful Roosevelt
cataclysm. But "Lairy" Stringer's fu-
ture villi lie before him and 'he people
of UuthrU In days to come will be glad
to recall thut thev hud entertulned one
who stands high in the councils of the
W. B Allison a prominent manufac-
turer of Indianapolis J B. Whitehead
manager of the American Press asso-
ciation branch in the same city and
Henry P Harris a well known Jour-
nalist woh for the past year his been
editor of Madame Magazine arrived
on Wednesday Messrs Allison and
Harris were appointed as representa-
tives of the Commercial club an in-
fluential Indianapolis organlzaton com-
posed of leading business and profes-
sion! men of Indiana capital city
which body has entered ruo.it heartily
into the project of securing the next
annual meeting ot the National Edi-
torial association and a most cordial
invitation win be axttided to tho
association by the representatives of
the Commercial club and by Mr.
Whitehead who is a representative
of the Indiana allied editorial asso-
ciation. Some unusual attractions are
beoj; offered by the Indiana crowd
and every delegate from that state
has become an Indianapolis boomer
They are wearing buttons and badges
with this lnscripte.. "IndlanapolU
is iti n a A 10."
Th Frailer Reception.
At three o clock this afternoon the
reception gHea at the home of Mrs
Wl A FVislrr assisted by th ladles of
Uuibrle. in honor of the visting Urites
was one of the most magnlncetit afflrs
in the suclal history of the capital city
Hundred of ladles are present and a
pleasant time is being had by alt
P. A. Rewlsy and wUe ef Lorain.
Onto are bsrs attending IM K K A.
EACOCK ON TRIAL.
(Br Associated Press.)
Lafayette lnU Jose S. Joseph
Baeock one of the beet known attor-
neys of this state who has been twice
Indicted oa the charge of conspiracy
and blackmail was placed on trial here
todiy for a third time It Is beHevttd
that It will be very hard to conrlct
Bacoek. as the witnesses for the .-.tate
have disappeared. They are Mrs
Lain Orlmes and Mrs. Thomas Brown
who were alleged to hare been In con-
spiracy with Bacoek to extort money
from prominent men on the threat to
expo" a scandal.
MRS. POTTER'S DEBTS PAID.
(By Associated Press.)
London June S. Mrs Brown Potter
Uie American actress who has been so
much In the public eye of late beoauee
of her alleged bankruptcy will appear
with Gilbert Hare tonight at the Coli-
seum MXislc hall In '.he second act of
"I Pagllaccl." tt Is reported that Mrs.
Potter's obligations have been paid
off by funds received from New York
snd supposedly from her 8ttlltnan
connections the daughter of Mrs. Pot-
ter having married a son of the famous
DECORATIONS ARE SUPERB
Visiting Editors and Wives
Charmed With Artistic
The decoratlonsvat Brooks opera
house for the Nat&Al Editorial asso-
ciation are especially lMudsome and
appropriate. The st.ige Is hanked with
palms and ferns on either side and at
the rear amid the decorations is a
banner displaying the words "Land
of the Fair God."
On either side of hie entrance to the
parquet there Is a profusion of ilowers
foliage palms and ferns. The Interior
walls are made beautiful with festoons
ot national colors and electric light
The parquet Is divided Into sections
and the delegation from each state hts
a gectkm reserved far lis inojjibwp anil
doslgnaldd by a handsomely decorat-
At the city hall foliage national
colors and colored electric bulbs aro
used to form the arstlo decorations.
A corner of the auditorium is screened
In green and white with Hags and
bunting used for drapery and last
evening Mesdames Knelsley Lucas
Sarchet Barde Duke arid L. N. Bead-
les and the Misses Jamison Kihlack.
Strang and Braun served champagne
punch to those who attended the grand
ball. An orchestra of ten pieces un-
der the direction of Albert. Adler play-
ed throughout the evening.
The meu.bers ot the IBIks lodge are
entertaining the' nations! delegates to-
day in their handsome club rooms on
Hast Oklahoma avenue.
The decorations are very profuse
and artistic. Refreshments are served
to the guest.
la the parlors palms ferns and
American flags wiUt draperies of red
white and blue bunting make a very
(By ABsooIated Press)
Grand Rapids Mloh. June S. Cliae.
Neary ot Milwaukee and Aurella Her-
rere of California will meet here to-
night before the Olympic Athletic club.
The men will flght at 130 pounds. The
tight will be witnessed by many Michi
gan ISIks the annual state convention
ot the order being In session here. It
will be the first appearance In this
tat for both Neary and Herrers.
THE BRYANS GO ABROAD
William J. Will Study Eco-
nomic Conditions in
(By Associated Press.)
New Yerk June I Mrs. William J.
Bryan and her daughter Grace sailed
for Germany today for a long trip
abroad. They will be Joined early la
September by Mr. Bryan aud the win-
ter will be spent In some part of the
Orient Mr Bryan hi going abroad
especially to rtudy the experiments of
continent! cities at municipal owner'
ship and the railroad question lie ex-
pects to be in politics when he returns.
WHOLESALE DRY QOODS
(By Associated Press.)
New Yerk June it A meeting of
the National Wholesale Dry Goods as
soclaUon was opened here today Win
a Urge number of dry goods men In
attendance The association will tlt
up principally the report ot the execu-
tive committee widen has been devot-
ing considerable time to the consider-
ation of the subject ot setting aired
t retailers on the part ot eommlsetos
merchants and manufacturers.
RUSSIA IS WILLING TO
LISTEN TO JAPAN'S
Preliminery to Exchanging
(By Associated Frew.)
tt. Petersburg Juno S.If Japan
proves moderate In her demands peace
seems at last to he close ahead An
armistice probably will be the first
evidence the world wftl have that the
two powers have agreed te sltake
Confers With President.
Washington D. c June 8 Jusaer-
and French ambassador had a confer
ence with the president early toiUy.
Later Ambassador Jusserand said he
could not discuss the object ot his call.
Acting Secretary ot State Loomis call-
ed on the President later and while he
would admit nothing ns to his visit
there Is reason to believe that he pre-
sented to the president the deciphered
cable dispatches from Meyer at St.
Petersburg and Reid at Loudon which
were received over night.
Loomis said nothing would he made
public here In an offtoial way today re
garding peaoe negotiations.
Roosevelt In the Limelight.
St. Petersburg June 8 Roosevelt
striving with excellent prospects of sue
cess to end the bloody war Is now the
central tlgure ot the .world's stage.
Ono ot tho main obstacles It seems
Is to be ovoroomo at ouco both Russia
and Japan having agreed to accept hts
good offlcos for an arrnngment ovor
the preliminaries. The belligerents are
expected to be able to arrange pence
terms direct. The president Is believ-
ed to share with Umperor William's
view that the belligerents should be
allowed to selsct the actual terms
without outside Interference IBvldence
also exists that Roosevelt has secured
the support of several continental pow-
er and that at the proper time they
will appear at his back.
It now transpires that Ambassador
Meyer's audience with the emperor was
preceded by a family council at Tsars-koe-ielo
and It. Is understood the de-
cision was reached that peace was en-
tertahuule If Japan's conditions were
not too onerous.
Paris Hears Definite News.
Paris June 8. It Is definitely known
that Russian Foreign Minister jLms-
dorff seconded by Wltte pfaVddant of
the committee of ministers has initiat-
ed overtures through Russian represen-
tatives abroad to learn Japan's dispo-
sition' and terms of peace.
FRENCH GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP.
(By A&ioelated Press.) -La
Boulle Versalles June 8. The
international tournament ot the Soelete
de Golf de Paris began today over the
full elguteen-hote course here The
chief events are the championship for
the challenge cup and th amateur
championship of France the latter ot
which takes place Saturday while the
former is today's event The winner
will receive 850 francs; the runners up
250 francs the losers in the semi-
10000 SUNDAY SCHOOL
(By Associated Press 1
Breeklyn N. YH June 8 Anniver-
sary day a day which has made this
city famous the world over was cele-
brated here today by the combined
Sunday school associations of Brook-
lyn. Ono hundred thousand children
Ipok part In the parade which l the
principal feature of the eeiebwUoo.
''LITTLE ADMIRAL'S" BODY
American Squadron Sailed
For France as Honorary
(By Associated Press )
New YorK. June 8. Rear Adm ral
Sigsbee's squadron consisting of the
cnOners Brooklyn which la Us flag-
ship OtuUaaooKS Taeomn aod Gal-
veston sailed today for Cherbourg.
Prattae. to bring home the body of
Commodore Paul Joaes. At Cherbourg
th body will be transferred to the
American ships with civic and military
honors The casket wilt be taken to
Cherbourg by the French government
then turned over to the American au-
thorities. After the return to America
th body will be buried at AnnanotU
early in July with elabort cere-
monies. It wilt be borne home on the
crnlser Eh-ooklyn BxVCfnjbtamdor
Porter through whose efforts the body
was reonvered .has complotedH -plana
Abroad tor the transferring ot the body
ot the famous commodore to the Amer-
TO CONSIDER MICHIGAN
(By Associated Press.)
Washington D. C June 8. The In-
terstate Commerce commission today
hegsi hearing arguments in the Michi-
gan fruit case In which it iJ)Jalmel
that the railroads dlftHTfinlnatr-d
against certain shippers tn uie mak
Ing of rates. ' '
OBJECT TO SUNDAY; SPORT
Buffalo Chuse Protest"Mns-
Not Take Part
(Bt. Lolls Globs pemocrst)
When tho National KdtterlaJ 4socl-
tloii meets In Outhrie. Okla. 'Ori Wrd-
nssitay the iWewat will hsrMint!iln
(rum the Mawwchusrtt r iswWcla-
tlon calculated to make Itn mnmbiTS
fesl nil) lined. The Massachusetts til-
tors withdrew their deleRtMtleraus
the nations.! association clrtJeT'e Sab-
lNtth as a day to to enjoy a buffalo chuse
and other wild wi-st sports Resolu-
tions were adopted protesting- agalnBt
ithe proirramms and clsiractcrlxlng it
aa a desecration ot the Habbuth. The
JSijuUoehunrf-U editors nsKed that tho
resolutions be read Utftmj the. convention
and made . part oftlW words.
Despite the action Of the association
of ill Day state three of Its live ded-
icates are on their way to attend the
convention. About 700 delegates from
II parts of the United States will bo
present. Most of thse will meet In Bt
Louis today About 260 arrived lust
night mid as many more will reach the
city this morning. Two special truins
Mill curry ttitmi to Uuthrls where thfa
Trips Deleastet Will Make.
The .rains are composed of seven
slo'iH-rx eui-h afid will leave an hour
npurt this urteruoon at I 30 and 2 30 p
in our the M'siouri Kiinsss) and Tukjih
rallw.iy The deleni tm will visit Texas
the Imli.in Terrltor. CiilMeMUau 1'ort
Wind H.i It l.uki- und ColdMU) VprliK
disbanding ut the Utter place' Ten d.ij i
Wilt l xpent ut I'ortlutid. "JfpJjK)ut nix
In California Anion tA arrive tn
Ht bmli last night were William Ash
brook editor of the Independent at
Johnstown O . oorrriiiKM'iling secretary
und J W. Cockrum editor of the Jour-
nal ut Oklahoma City The president.
MiiJ ; W. ftcfews. will SO direct fiom
his home at Montgornenry Ala In a.
special train and meet th other dele
gates at Outhrl.
Secretary Ashbrook who Is In charge
of the delegates wive ure tratlisrlng In St
Louis ways this coming meeting will be
the largest In ihe history of the organ i
sutlon It Is the twentieth arnuul gath-
ering of tne body und alth'-'igh thrr
was much opposition to its being held It
Outhrie. yst the attendance wilt be lurgn
because of the trip througrfHtisWvest and
northwest and the many attractions
Many delsgutes will not uttend t-
cuuse of th tmil that "' entertalnn.rnt
ut Outhrie will be given on tfuiid.iy
One of the first nmtlem of business will
b th- reusing of the resolutions on tho
subjei t from Uie Mnit.uliuasUs editors
which in full follows
Where.iH. aoini' one upnwedly rep-
lenentiiig Uie National Kdltorlal ui.w
elation without the knowledge or con-
sent of the member of lb executive
coiiiiiuuoe representing the niasaihus.
rtis pus association bus officially m-
ctloiiid .in entertainment ts be givi n
In honoi of the association at 101 ran
Uuthile Okla Hundav Jun 11 mil
eiiii-H imi.eiu to co.islst evg "buff !
hunt ba becue und a day Ot Indian
spoils Nik h us we will likely never ag tin
be permitted to witiiens -inn
Whereas the bbtssai husetts asuoo.
Hon ntuuds tor more than buffulo ban
Ing and ttabbalh deneer.itkut.knJ
Whereas the Mua.i liu4ts associ i
Hon through its repreueutatlve the ex-
ecutive committee protectee? again the
said program of enter laliuiuiot then fori
be it ''
Resolved. Thut the Mtgfsuchus-tt
press association formally adopt and
enter upon Its record this njMtesc with
drawing IDs delegation fnsirtUs Annual
meet trig of tne National atfljsVuI ao
oiutlon to b bM at Outhrie Okla . dur
Ing June of to current year lie i
Resolved That the par oasjfta tax fur
the ensuing year be forwarded to the
national treasurer aud a copy of th s
protest b forwarded to the national
secretary with a request teat It b
read at th annual meeting of the Na-
tional Preaj association and avuls u pari
of the r.-iofd of said meeting.
SherUf Murphy wan called te Oklahoma
City where h arrested Bob Bright and
bresjgfct him to this city. Bright is
eaarged with disposing ot asset raged
property belonging to V M. Clark and
O R. Psgun.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 115, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 8, 1905, newspaper, June 8, 1905; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc72480/m1/1/: accessed September 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.