The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 109, Ed. 1, Tuesday, September 22, 1908 Page: 3 of 8
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SENATOR R. L. OWEN
POINTS OUT DIFFERENCE
iliiconirolled Issue of Currency
Led io Empire State
IT WAS MORE THAN
Our enrollment slucb the first of
September has been highly satisfac-
tory to us: It was more than an-
ticipated and now students nre con-
tinuing to arrive dally. The demand
for our graduates ha also been great.
I This Is eaidnnco of the groat wae of
prosperltn that Is .again swooning ovor
this counsry. Therfl nnrqr was a tjOt
iit iimeiiur u UlllK muu or w input
to outer t)s eotnmqrolal school for a
thorough?: practical course of Book-
keoplng-llnslnoss Training Shorthand
and Typewriting than now. In taking
a course iif this kind there l abso-
lutely no'flsk to run. A business edu-
cation lauio lottery ' thre aic no
blanks. yV)u might forgot l.ailn or
Greek but no matter what your voca-
tion may- be. n business education Id
worth tert times Its cost. Ton will use
It as loilK as yon do anything; It Is
worth malting r sacrifice to got.
You take no risk when enrolling
with us; any student not satisfied at
the completion of tho course or any
time during tho course that our ays-
toms are not all we claim for thorn
can get every cent of hid tuition hack
simply by presenting to the college a
written amtoment showing wherein
they are not What wo advertise or If
upon arriving you find we do not do
u advertised we will nay your rail-
road faro both wayn. Wo could not
Imvc built hero In U10 short spin of
time fie largest commercial school In
this Mntfe If w- did nit lo n wo ml-
verttso j(hil glvo the very best and
most prflctk'al courses or study lo lip
had and then plan our wnditaum In
For catalog nnd full particulars. ad
dress the. CnpItKl City Business Col-
hee. Guthrie Okl.
1 URJIIUb a
Special to Dally leader.
Chlcngo Sept. 22. The offorts pf
Republican wrltora to llkon tho guar-
antee law for the .security of banV de-
poslta lothe safely; fund Idea that pre-
vailed in Now 'ork Is an up-hill un-
dertaking. There Is no analogy In the
principle involved In the two plans
and the eifort to link the fadnl Ni-w
York statute lo the popular Oklahoma
scheme which has keen endorsed by
all parties In certain Blatos or the
West shows the weakness or the posi-
tion of those who are fighting It.
This far-stretched criticism of tho
guarantee fund for the socjirlty or
bank deposits based on tho Now York
experience Is answered b'y Senator
Owen of Oklahoma who Iiob been In
the banking bue'nosd for mniiv vihm.
Senator Oweh who tailed at Demo-
cratic headquarters said:
"This conclusion from tho experi-
ence of the Now York hanks Is entire-
ly unfounded. I have studied tho his-
tory of the Now York systom and the
real cause for the f?tlure or tho New
York plan was because tho Now York
law did not exercise proper control
over the Issuance of circulating notes.
It was the uncontrolled Issue of cur-
rency by the Nw York banks which
led to the 'disaster and It was not tho
fact that a fund was provided for the
socnrlt of deponlti The depositors
wore fully paid under the Now York
law. In Indiana 'the law provided for
the guarantee of deposits in their sys-
tem (before tho C'hil ar and It
wOikod to perfp tlon not a depositor
losing a dollar u ider that system The
.statement e made that tho New York
fund would have been abundant to re-
deem its notes if it bad not heeu re-
quired also to bear the burden of pro-
viding for ilmlr deposits. The writer
should have pointed out that the re-
serve that guaranteed both the depos-
its and the issue of circulating notes
would hao been sufficient except for
lac abuse or curii-nry Issued without
It is arguod that the New York
bank law guaianteelnK both the cir-
culating notes and the deposits failed
and therefore it is 1 bad thing for n
bank law to ou'.iblfjli a guarantee of
deposits it follows with equal foro
that it is a bad thing to require the
banks to guarantee their circulating!
notes yot under our system the na- f
lional banks are required to put up
In United States bonds tho vnltto of
their notes before they are Issued and
In llihi way Ihev do guarantee; eery
hank tiQtu Iss'ied by thorn. The com in-
hIhii frohi the experience of New York
that the guaranlee of bank deposltH If.
not justified is tot only a 'uoti-seqult
or' but the "xau opposite follows fiom
Under the ruling of the Attorney General you must
wmtyyour TtlB 161' OfflCB
wants quickly and satisfactorily. fe
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Spoclal tolOally Leader.
5JoldenvMle. Okla. Sept 22 JJensy
SfcCo'cv uie of the best known free "plains wu j)v Sh
Ddbns o4iho iae. has been acqul- ' fromjitly helping
te'' of theSharge of murdering Manuv a.ni' TWlJe' f'lP1001
Ljvcr jm lirvi
The fcilmjs toos: place one mile from
moUc HW Willie Lowell. Nanoy Se-
JtU. hh wlfp George Smvell. his coti
sil'' i.nd SlcCosar had returned from
Sftavr.eo and somo of rhe party hud
Itwii Jrlnklng. A'jilio Sewell and hl
vjfe rngtcea In a iuarro) and Ue
h truck her. Mti'osar took h ? in hh
tHiS7 ni) ro 'e aiflt followed Ui
GU-ge and 'Uii Bewell. Vfhen tho
During tho trial Mrfosar testified
that ho had his hack turned at the
tlmb of "The ahoatlng that ho did not
partlcipato thormn and that he had
loaned his gun to Willie gowell tint
It's n "pity when sick onos drug the
.stomaclc or stimulate the Heart and
lviuuo. AJ.UV la uil vviuijk n nvun
SicmnctrJ man8 weak Stomach nnrves
nlwnys. .AnOTlhls Is asjo true of v)ie
Heart anil Kfdneys. The weak nerve
are Instead crying out for help. This
Snoop a Restorative
lloiQuu The flestora-
tle reaches out for the actual cause
of thtiee ailments tho falling "Inside
trervea." Anyway test the Restorative
4N nours it won t cure so scon as
that lint you will surely know thaf
help is coming. Sold by Wallace's
A plenslng. Rood high- grade truly
flavored amber colored nip of coffeo
can be had and without the real Oof-
fee danger or damage to health by
simply using Dr. Bhoop'a new substi-
tute called "Health Coffeo " Pure
wholesome toasted cereals malt nuts
etc. make Di. Shoop's Ittalth Toffee
both healthful and Hatlsfylng. No SO
to 30 mtuutps tedious boiling. "Mnde
In a minute." says Dr. Klioof ir
served as coffee. It's twite will even
trick an expert. Test It and see.
The 1008 Rambler roadster entered
In the eight day reliability run
thraxh Kansas Oklahoma Arkansas
and Missouri has tho distinction o be-
ing a car which In one month broke
all automobile sales records in the
The car was Introduced early this
year and before the end of four weeks
$100000 worth wnro In pperat'.on on
tho roads of Kansas Missouri and
Owing to the success of this partic-
ular model during tho early part of
tho season all records for midsummer
sales or Rambler cars were hrokon
during the month of August accord-
ing to the announcement just mado by
Thomas B. Joffeiy & Company. In-
stead of falling off which Is usual dur-
lug this period In other yoars the
sales of Rambler cars In August were
three times as large as the sales or
August 1907 Although the year if
1007 was the largest In tho history of
the Rambler business at the ond of
the fiscal year or 1907 and liTOS tho
volume of business was shown to be
Kreater than that ol the preceding
It is significant that the majority of
the Rambler cars have buon sold west
ot tho Mississippi and hundreds oT
these bavo gone Into the states or Kan-
sas Nebraska Missouri and Oklahoma.
Tickling or dr Cmglis lll quick!)
looften When using Dr Snoop's Cough
Remedy. And It la so thoroughly
harmless that Dr Shoop tells mothers
tj uso nothing else even for ery
ydung liuhlex The wholesome green
leaves and tender stems of a lung
healing mountainous shrub give toe
curative properties to Dr Shoop's
Cough Remedy. It calms iho cough.
and heals the sensitive bronchial mem
branes. No opium no clilorcform
nothing harsh lined to InJnre or sup
press uematui if. snoops. Accept
no other. Bold by Wallace's drug
My boys' and girls' shoes at $1.00 to
J2.50 will wear. Robinson's.
Feel langnld weak njn-down?
hondache? Stomach "off"?- Just a
plain case of lazy liver. Burdock
Blood Bitters tones Hvor and Btomaob
promotes digestion purines the blood.
Mens' and Ladles' all leather shoes
for dress or work ?1.50 to 52.00. Rob
P !" H ''i
.uct Oie While They Last!
1 f!!2.R $
ivr re n
In Justice Courts
All Justices Lawyers and
Business Men Need This Book
THE LEADER Guthrie Okla.
Speoia' to Dally Loader.
Hobart Okla Sop 22 Hobart po-
lice court records show a remarkable
decrease In drunk oases since the ad-
vent of the prohibition law and which
go toward emphasizing the trutuh ot
the oft-repeated statement that tliera
are less drunken men on the streets
or Oklahoma cities since prohibition
went into erfect than there were be-
fore. l'olloe Judge Joe Stephenson today
Ismiod the titartllng statement that dur-
ing the six mon'JiB preceding prohlbK
tlou there were HZ drunuk rasas hand-
led in the court. During the six month
following prohibition there were only
20 cases. In o'her vords the police
court booze business In ilobart has d-
creased In over 85 per cent lnca ike
enactment of ttu prohibition law.
Tlia Qklahami Grain Dealers.' assn-
daiion. through lis sooretary. C t
lrout)ia lsu(l alroulajr louer tej
uBuirinu nui-(irs oi a numuer n
citin wkiiii; thai thoy furnish the 4B-o-latlou
with si-tlstlc- regarding the
shtpiuem of grsj i from Oklahoma dur-
ing the fnonth ot August The condi-
tion of grain at destination will b
dealt with -tkoroeehly in the renlies
Ctlrcd tjalcs etilI; voiwtu Tiiise loiters -n? wldressed mostly
30 to 60 days affect swrmafient cure "ort Worth. Tho statistics which
nil eteejllns In 0 to S.I ieiio; tn Memphis. ICiso City Ualvostoi4
reached MCCoss.-a resldenco firing bo- Trial treiaient civon frco to suSTotfers wu '"' furnished by ihene men will.'!
gag. xno woman w muuft msianuy nothing fairer. For dvctnaro 4ohU no or espociai vaiuo to the grain deal-
end Geprnti Stwell was mortally monlals and freo trial treatment rrtte era in arriving at an atlraaJe 6f the
vrqundi. McCow r's ha and gun wOra j. u ij aroea'e Sotyf ?jos Q f. ' amntiiii of l)klahoma grain whlph haa
fount? neaf tho sejna1!? Ike tragedy JtnUv vnr Ihusjj bvun muLtii&
and find a cr'-pp flavojy
"Th Ysati Wner."
10c and 15c pV irs.
ffcrttom Cereal Company SJrnli-
ed Battlo Crck Mich.
Washington D. C. Sopt. 22. Few
people have tho sllghtost conceptloa
Just how Important a part timber anl
unmanufactured wood play In the trade
between the world's great nations and
doubtless It Is news to many to learn
that the lumber Importations of tho
varloLi conntnes amount to $280600.-
000 . This Is aocordlng to estimates
for tho whole world compiled by Dr.
Ernest Frledrlch of the Gorman com-
mercial high sohool at Ixilpzlg.
Notwithstanding the fact that It
finds Its own supply dwindling the
United States t'urnlshos about 20 pr
cant of the lumber Imported by other
countries. Austria Hungary furnish-
es. 19 per cunt. Russia 10 per cont
Canada 13 per cont Sweden 18 por
cont Finland 10 per cent Norway and
Roumanln a small quantity.
Tho countries Importing wood are
thoso on tho highest economical plane
which wore themsolvos In earllor
times densely wooded but whono far-
oats havo been denuded to a groator
or less extent to make room for ngrlv
oulturo and other Industries says Vice-
Consul James L. A. Burrell or Madge
burg. In a report to this government.
Only -I por cent or tho territory or
Groat Britain Is covered with forests
pint during the year iUOfi lhat country
Imported lumber to tho value of $13ft.-
Sni.TfiO. Germany has slill 20 per cent
of Its territory covered by rorests but
Imported In l!0C lumber valued i.t
$(11285000 Belgium and tho Ne'hei
lands that have but 8 per cent rorem
lamlH. Denmark that has 7 per cent.
Franco and Switzerland with a small
permtage are all compelled to Im-
Besides these countries those lands
lying on the dry westert' Side of the
sub-trophnl zone lacking forests are
forced to Import wood. Kgypt Imports
wood and coal to the value of about
$1C.CCO000 annually; Algorla. Tunis
Spain Portugal (with only 3 per cent
forest land). Italy Greece (with 9 por
cent forest land) the eastern part of
Asia. British South Africa the west-
em part of Chile and Born the Ar-
gentine Republic and Australia all
peor In wood am dependent upon Im-
port. O A. fiJ & O 3HL X J3. .
BIG BOYS AT CHICKA3HA.
.. (atfSfjjRswNii'l!;! i f JL.
Qyeclnl to Dallv Leader.
akasha Ol.'a... Sept. 22 Con-
gressman Scott Ferris and Associate
Chief Justice Hays were presont this
afternoon attending a meeting of the
icoanty central committee. Both will
iiiui-.e an uuuri'aa iu v-juuiv.tjtuu vuient
ulater In the afternoon.
It's time you were thinking about that Summef Trip.
I want you to write me before completing your vacation
plans. I can suggest any number of delightful drips to
Lake Mountain and Seaside Resorts and give yoq valu-
able information about rates and the best way to go.
W. S. ST GEORGE Gen'l Passenger Agen
Wainwright Bldg. ST. LOUIS MO.
DAILY TILL SEPTEMBER 30th
Low Excursion Fares will be fa
effect via the M. K. & T. Ry. So
MEXICO the GREAT LAKES
CANADA NEW ENGLAND and
Effle Sfotts p-ld a fine In police
court tins morncig tor disorderly oon I gpoclal to Dally Leadar
duot Kelner l'arer and oeorge Ilaure Wagoner Okla Sept 22 With
paid $10 fines for drunkenness and impressive ceremonies the new build-
Ira Crafty Ret MoCardlo and Jess jng of le nni Methodist Kplscopal
Sander wore sentenced to six days chureh. of this city was dedicated
street cleaning 'or tresspassing on the aunda) night. Bishop W. A. Quayle.
Santa Ke right of way. . retdent bishop or Oklahoma presld
' lug. Ulslion Qtayle preached both
Lawt n. Okla. Bopt i5. This morn
Quayle whoso leputatlon as a pulpit
orator Is national. At the morning
meeting $8200 was raised In twonly
mioutes $8000 dollars havlug been
asked for to lift be church out of debt.
A number of intmters were present to
asitist In the exercise umoug them
being several fotnier pOBtora of tho
Lhurch Rev I- m I. ItGrone is the
The new building la probably the
finest ohurch eclUlee In the ojty and
j .t. -..... t - n nnK
morning and evening to large oongre- co' n w "WKHMorneoo ot ?u.uw.
in if five Greek workmon at tho rock callous all the other churches having
rusher of the Rock Island north of joined In thr dedication exercise Cheapest accident Insurance Dr
here were perhaps fatally scalded by Many were drawn not only by the In Thomas' Uclectric OH Stops the rain
the blowing out of a valve of lhe holler teres! at inching io tho occasion Itself anl heals the wonnl All druggists
Tbrco are In a very critical jcndlaton hut by the opportunity to hear DIshop sell u
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 109, Ed. 1, Tuesday, September 22, 1908, newspaper, September 22, 1908; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc72542/m1/3/: accessed January 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.