The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 11, Ed. 1, Friday, June 14, 1901 Page: 2 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA.
FRIDAY JUNE 14 1901.
Declares Story Told by
Woman is Due to
Scrlpps-McIUe Press Ass'n.
rew York June i4v Joseph Her
ntnn Corder. the young man who on
May 25 was married to Miss Anna
8hultz of No. 265 First street .J' v
City who waa accused hy his Mf
Sunday of being a woman and of lm
lng fled with J30 of her money. alli l
at police lieadquartera Jersey Cltv
Shortly after midnight this ninning
to deny his wife's story. In :h- fli'-t
place he denied 'inphatlcally that li
whs a woman.
His story was told to Sergeant H.iiik
ot the First precinct which In the i
lice headquarters building and l''li
man Braunwald. He then dilird
thst his wife's statement was In-.
Od by jeatmsy Hnd iad as Its oni
foundation tv fact that be had
among his b. .on I rigs some woman h
Mrs. ("order tnld the police yeaNr
day thftt Corder Jnet ner aa she was
going to her work c the factory on
Lalght street. New York City and
that on their second meeting he pro-
posed to her and took her to Justice
of the Peace Frank Leliane who mar-
ried them. She said that because of
the shame and humiliation of the
thing she kept her husband's sex a
secret until after waiting for two
weeks for him to return she finally
reported the matter to the pollc.
Corder Tells His Story.
Corder told a strulRhtforward If re-
markable story. He said that It waa
trve that he had some articles of wo-
men's clothing on and that he had
women's npparel In his grip on his
'Hffore I met my wife" he told
Sergeant Ilaag "a girl left some of
her clothes at my room. I was hard
up and ns tho clothes were hotter
than what I had I woro thorn. When
my wife naked mo nbout tho clothing
I -was ashamed to tell hor tho truth
nnd told her that I proforrod to woar
woman'B clothing. Wo -wont to Now
York to llvo. We hnd boen mnrrlod
Uiree dnys when 1 was obliged to go
to Stamford and Hartford on business.
I have been using a slot-machine invention.
"It Is true that 1 took $30 of her
money but she gave It to me willing-
ly. When I met my wife it was she
not I who proposed marrl.ige. I told
her that I had no mo jev and could
not uffoid to proud foi her. She
told me that I n "1 not worry about
that as she had money and would
pay the bills until I perfected my in
vent Ion and got on my feet. It was
On those terms that we were married.
She kuew when I left her that I was
going to Connecticut on business.
Change Due to Pique.
'What piqued her and caused her
to tell the remarkable story she did
aa he fait that she did not hear
fiom me and that I was gone nearly
two week. I telegraphed her that I
would be kept away longer than I had
(xpetted but the telegram miscarried
and Ue did no get It. It waa nothing
l)ir j alousy that caused her o tell the
police the story she did"
fouler was not ht Id by the police.
Mis Colder could not be fou.id In
J.Mi Cltv. The New Jersey law Is
that u man can not steal from bis
wift Chief of Police Murphy be-
lle wu Corder's ntoi.
It was learned nt No 1!89 West
Twellth street this ity where Mr
and Mrs Cord i hae be.n lUlng.
that Corder hail mine in at daybreak
this morning. He explained to Mrs
Huhllnger of whom he has been lent
Inr his loom that he had been out all
night clearing up his wife's foolish
stoiy Corder then ate some lueak-
fast and went o-it without seeing his
wife who was sleeping In their room
I uter Mrs. Cord r lef the house for
tht faitory where she Is employed.
I YOUR I
I MONEY I
I BACK I
H Wetmorc's Beet Is a navy tobacco. If H
H you like navy tobacco and dcu t like H
H Wetmore's It est the dealer -will re- H
pJJJ turn your money if he knows you H
IH TOBACCO COMPANY MJjjmy'tf ''AVtv. itJ F -I I
The war department has been gath-
ering report from every post iom-
mander md thie will be use 1 on the
floor of congress by the opponents of
the present bill. Without exception
the commandants state that the abol-
ishment of the canteen has resulted in
more drunkenness and disorder than
Its maintenance. Figures on desertion
will also doubtless be compiled In con-
nection with the repeal measure.
Dyspeptics cannot he long lived be-
cause to live requires nourishment.
Pood ne not nourishing until It Is ill-
seated. A disordered stomach cannot
j digest food; It must have nMlitanee.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digest all kinds
ot food without aid from tho stemcch
allowing It to rest nnd regain its nat-
ural functions ltd elements ore ox-
actly the same as tho natural digest-
ive fluids and It simply can't help but
do you good. J. N. Wallace.
(From the Philadelphia Record.)
All flesh ma be as grass;
however with all widows.
An upcown Mrs. Malaprop says
that If slu eer sues for a divorce she
wants the hearing to take place be-
fore an umpire.
The lett r of the alphabet
1 Inspire such lines as these:
The man who minds his P's and Q's
May some day take his El's.
INDIA TEMPLE ENTERTAINED.
Oklahomans Were Hosts
The reception held from to !
o'clock yesterday i.fternoon in rooni
327 and 329 at the Ualtlmore hotel by
India temple of Oklahoma City was a
delightful social function and greatly I
enjoyed by visiting Shriuers from all
the states in the union. The rooms
were beautifully decorated with flow-
ers and ferns tho work of the women
from "the land of the fair God." There
was a steady line of visitors during
the two hours and greetings woro ex-
tended from Maine to California nnd
from the British poiwosslonR to tho
Gulf. Tho womou who rgfialved tho
guoflts woro Mesdamoa Whaalar Mc-
Grath. Moado Johnson Spolco Wildo
Sutton Potteo Warnor Grimes Horn
1 The female mosquitoes do all the
biting and the male mosquitoes have
T . rr to eat grass. Hut then nobody ev
army post In the United States ond pects decency from a mosquito
island possessions according to gov- ' "
ernment reports. ' From Fort Sheri Seven Years In Bed.
dan alone the dcse'tlons have aver- "Will wonders ever cease?" In-
aged more than twenty-five every nulre ihe friends of Mrs. I Pease of
month since February. Last month. Iwrence. Kas. They knew she had
while the investigating committee of been unable to leave her bed In seven
ministers was making Inquiries at the on account of kidney and liver
fort and vicinity men who wore the .trouble nervous prostration anu gen-
blue of Uncle Sam were leaving the oral deb.llty; but "Three bottles of
post In squads to take off their uni Klenric Bitters enabled me to-walti.'
fojmsln'some secluded place ex-ne writes. "nml in thre0 monU'8 r
cftange them for disguises and ilee fe" ko new Vn." Women a.jff-
from the restraint of amy llfo to orinK from Headache. Backache. Ner-
return no more. These scenes were I vousness. Sleeplessness Melancholy
nMii .fint. nmi nfr!nr. t ti.. ! Fainting and DIzEy Spells will find It
tujivnvvu j nvr au ul.'r a w.
Power Plumbing Co
UNDfR BANK OF INDIAN TERRITORY
Only Firs. Class Exclusive Plumbing and
Pump House in the City.
Let Us Figure On Your Work
J. W MoNRAli. President
A. J. SEAY VUe-Presldent
Guthrie National Bank
Uoarn of Directors. JAMB6 STKATTON FkANI
n aaauion to oncers or uant j.
W. J HORSPALL Caphibii.
fort say that If the movement apronds
It will not bo long ere the ranks will
be thlnnod as though n plaguo had
struck tho barracks. Twenty-five de-
sortlons a month for one yonr make
300 dosortors. Thrao hundred de-
sortors from ovory regiment In tho
a prlcoloss blessing
faction la guaranteed.
Try It. Satla-
A. E. Gray.
Ington Shorman Shutteo Itlckor ' regular army now numbering 100 000
Haines IJbby and Miss Johnson nil mon would mnko tho total noarly 25
of Oklahoma and the Indian torrltory. 000 or tho ontlre former strength of i
There was a punch bowl In each the standing army. '
room presided over by Mrs. Wheeler
and Mrs. Pettee of Oklahoma City
while souvenirs were given to the
Many Soldiers Deserting.
Fort Sheridan officers do not like to
give out figures on desertions but
visiting women by Mj. Warner of the men themselves are willing enough
the same city. These souvenirs were
of Morocco leuther the attachable
portion bearing the inscription "The
Land of the Fair Owl.'' and the pen-
dant the following
"Open House India Tempi. Okla-
homa City. Oklu imperial Council
Kansas C'ty lfloi "
In the halls or the hotel while the
leception was being held music was
furnished by liinniersohled's orches-
tra. The originators of the reception
were Nobles W J. Pettee J. II. Wheel
er and P. W. Warner wh6 had the
able assistance ot the remaining 100
nobles from the "Land of the Pair
The Oklahoma people have estab-
lished reputations as eutertaiuers and
mixers sine o coining to Kansas City
that will be the talk all over the la.i'l
when the ShrlneiH have returned to
their homes. Kunxits City Times.
A Terrible Explosion.
"Of a gasoline stove burned a lady
here frightfully" writes N. 10. Palmer
of Kirkinnn la. ' The best doctors
couldn't heal the running sore that
followed but Bucklon's Arnica Salve
entirely cured her" lnfalllable for
Cuts Corns sores Bolls Brusies Skin
Diseases ami Piles 25c at A. E. Gray.
ARMY DESERTIONS INCREASING.
Saves Two From Death.
"Our little daughter had nn almost
fatal attack ot whooping cough and
bronchitis" writes Mrs. W. K. Hal-
land. of Armonk ?. Y . ' but when all
other remedies failed we saved ler
life with Dr. King s New Discovery.
Our niece who had Consumption in
nn advanced stage also used this won-
derful medicine a:id todjy she Is per-
fectly well." Despetate throat and
lung diseases yield to Dr. King's New
Discovery n to no other medicine on
curt!) Infallible for Coughs and Colds.
Eoc and $1 (o bottles guaranteed by
A E O ay Trial bottles free.
Officers Bitter in Denunciation of the
Bcrlpps-McRno Press asb'd.
Chicago III. June II. Scores of
soldiers did not answer roll cnll at
Fort Sheridan this morning nnd the
celebration of pay day yesterday at
this pout the fifth since the anti-
canteen law went into effect dem-
onstrated that many recniitJ as well
ns veterans have taken French leave
of the army. Drunkenness seemed
more general even than last month.
n-1 among the crowds of men la blue
who besieged the saloons ot High-
wood there were many who openly de-
clared their Intention to desert the
Not only are desertions on the in
crease at Fort Sheridan bat at every
to tell how many of their comrades
"And there'll be thirty five or forty
more gone this month" said a mem-
ber of company H of the Twenty-
ninth infantry "Four meu out of our
company left lust pay day and Mx out
of the company next to ours company i
Q. They can not stand camp life i
these days. If It wasn't for the dis-
grace of It and the fact thut my
mother is II ing I'd go too."
Major Ixrd paymaster pah out
$18000 to 1379 men yesterday Of
the number 1191 belong to the Twen
ty-nlalh regiment. The others are
members of tottery D of the Fifth ar
tlllery. The else of tho commands it-
due to constant recruiting without
which It would be Impossible to main
tain the full st ength. Most of the
soldiers' money was in the hands of
Hlghwood Waukegan and Chicago
saloon keeper before ml lnlght One
hundred men came to Chicago on the
7 o'clock train last evo.iing
So crowded were the eight High
wood saloons during the afternoon and
night that at times it was not possible
to reach the bar. Alderman dlbbn'
place did a thriving business. Fights
were freque.it. but so far as lo trued
thtie wetc no attempts at munltr an
on the May pay day.
The woods near the fort weie full1
of drunken soldiers some of them
asleep the easy prey of thieves who
throng the vicinity of the post on such
occasions. Gambling was being car-
ried on under the trees. It was a com-
mon thing to see a soldier who had
lost his entire month's pay at craps
poker or roulette. Sergeant of the
Qunrd Schmltz nnd his men were busy
nil night putting drunken and disor-
derly comrades in the guardhouse
The sergeant said he believed more
than half the enlisted men were
Officers at the fort were bitter In
thel denunciation of the canteen low
yesteday Chaplain Vammatt Joins
the olhes In declaring the W. C. T. U.
hill a terrible mlctake. Colonel Van
Home suys he believes It a certainty
that some member of congress will
introduce a repeal bill at the t oat session.
Digests what you cat.
It artificially dl&csts tho food and aids
Naturo in wtroiiptlioning and rccon
BtructlnK the exhausted digestive or
gnus. It Is tht intestdlscoverod digest-
ant and tonic Ko other prcparntiuJ
can approach It in clllclency. It In-
stantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia Iiidlccstiort. Heartburn
Flntuionco Sour Stomach Nausea
Sick Headache Onotralgla Cramps and
all other results of Imperfect digest Ion.
PricoGOc. mirt$t. I.arvnsUi0(intaln82H tlmea
Prepared b" E C DeVVITT &CO- Cblcaao.
Sold by J. N Wallace.
TisTTiimiflTinnrTrirT''''"1"'' '""- """' "
We have the prettiest
newest wall paper designs
of the year.
We are sure of this.
We have the celebrated
We are the distributing
apency for them.
The patterns are the
most artistic we have ever
You will like them.
You will find just the
styles you want.
CORNER DRUG STORE
J. Jf. Wallace Prop.
The old stamping ground of Smith's famous boarding
stable has been purchased by Messers. Case & Peter-
son. The new proprietors purpose to maintain the
high standard the place has enjoyed in the past by
their manner of catering to the wants and desires of
their patrotts and their skill and experience in caring
for horses left in their care. Corner of Vine and
1 d. B FAIRFIELD J
TRANSFER COAL $
Phone 20. Office and Yards 604 W. Harrison
& Always the Best
J. when looking for the Best liquid re-
fi-nelimnrif fr l-rt fnnti1 5n flin nii tr An nrf
f over look the Senate Saloon situated on
th Beat liquors the Best wines the Best
beer the Best cigars and the Best and
Most courteous treatment will always be
at your service.
Family srade a specialty and solicited.
Cor. Harrison Ave. and First St
AQENT3 WANTED IN EVERY TOWN.
VJ.J. E. HARRTSON. GUTHRIhl. OKLAHOMA.
i fiat Tired Feeling
It is Healthful
The Most Perfect Beer Brewed
Call for it everywhere. Drink it everywhere.
City Offlce.Black Bldg Phone 54 15 W X1 A PIT
bottling Works Mi XI. tV.JJlJH.yXV
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