The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 41, Ed. 1, Thursday, March 3, 1904 Page: 4 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA THURSDAY MARCH 3 1904.
BY LESLIE O. ltACK.
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Ma & Kb Business 75; Edtorlcl 69.
Erk Valley Business 75; Editorial 9
THVRSDAY MARCH 3 1901.
BACK TO NATUr.S.
Mrs. Blanche C. Martin professor of
oratory and psycho-physical culture at
Lasell seminary. Auburndal". Mi
sleeps ou'docirs every night of 'he
yar and says H brings her such buoy
ant health that walking to and from
her college and her home is a pleas-
ure and street cars and carriages are
things for which bIip has no use Con-
cerning Ix-r outdoor exlt no1 ven
to the sleeping hours she says
"It is the most na ural thing In the
world to do. It Is returning to natur-
0t In Columbia Mo. the other
day the students of Missouri universi-
ty petl loned the faculty that they be
allowed to eat only two meals a ln
bernijse they had found themselves In
better health and spirits and better
prepared to do hard mental work on
two meals than on three.
1-ong since doctors admitted that
the cure of tuberculosis depended en-
tirely on how much air the patient
could take into his lungs on how
close he could get to nature.
And today In tho presence of the
all woiuJerful all-mysterious radium
man Is or should ho made ashamed of
l.tmanlf in hnvA tn ntlmlt not that
The- Ooruan boom seem to be .uff-; a)um.g Bronlegl powe.
Chat of sunshine hut that he has Ig
nored God's sunshlno so long that It
Is necessary for him to havo It ad-
The diet question is still In the
throes of a blttor fight und It merit
and demerits nead not be discussed
hero. It will work Itself out to tho
satisfaction of tho mnjorlty soonor or
later and. Judging by the progress of
events oward tho natural ft will bo
oonor. Snfflciont to say that uvon
though we differ still and strongly as
to what we should eat wo agreo that
jilt our food should bo puro. Thero Is
unity in ono phnse of tho bat'lo as the
efforts toward now puro food legisla-
tion proves. Nature has beon o roused
thoroughly In ono respect at least.
For yearn tho fight for a return to
nature .x" boon waged by mon who
havo wl hstood bitter criticism and
sven abuso but nnturo- is fond of a
Joke nftor all It aoomB. 3ho hae al-
lowed her champions to assume 1u-
livlduallty In tho light though sho
ias bet paid thorn by making them
whole hut whan sho wants a now
onvert sh has only to ronch over and
ap him on his bump of common
jo rue and he yields. He returns to
The- emprror of Korea is advertising
for a dentist at a monthly salary of
f M0 Just now It would be wiser for
hit majesty to think af saving his
head rather than his tee.th.
erlnp from severe pains In tho Pana-t
ma canal region.
Both Russia and Japan hope that
Alfred Austin will be 'compelled to
oservo neutrality Xijon ho begins to
-write his war pootry.
China announces that she will take
Urao to decide what to do. By the
time she decides thero will probably
be nothing that sho can do.
One great trouble about the nlorli
synem la ihat too oftton all tho morlt
Is In the system and not in the mon
who hold office under It.
Ellhu Root announces that Colom-
bia has never had a constitutional
government. Ho may ho expected to
next announce that she has never had
Though Mr. Cleveland has said that
be will not havo tho nomination he
has not yet gone to the extromo of
saying that tho nomlnntlon may no'
John Sharp Wllllnms seems to
have mtccei-'ed "I'rlvuto John Allon"
as well as former loader Richardson.
And he is making a brilliant success
both as leader and as humorist.
Hawaii is ready for statehood A
inepiber of Its legislature has beon
Indicted for conspiracy and boodling
He Is now ripe for promotion to Hie
upper branch of the natlonnl legislature
Ano her blow at the American hog!
The Mipremo court of the United
States has decided that where a man
rides on a free pass he cannot compel
ihe railroad to throw in damages when
lie gets hurt.
Scientists tell us Hint there are 90.-4-0000
gejpis. In a one-dollar bill and
that tho average human hand has In
It 84013423 bacilli. The queer sen
rations which a man experiences
THE STATEHOOD BILLS
Not much has been said of late 18
regard. to the granting of statehood to
the four ter Horles Oklahoma Ari-
zona New Mexico and Indian territory.
It was announced a tho opening of
the present congress that practically
no new legislation would be adopted
and that these territories would have
to wait unt:i after tho presidential
elec Ion in order to have their rights
o statehood recognized. That now 1
admluel to be the cose even by Sen-
ator Quay who has beon the senato
l.ader la this matter. Wo have always
held '.hat. whatever might ho said re-
garding tho expediency or gran ing
statehood to threo of these territories
when he gets hold of a dollar may n. . . . u
t vn.UMWIUM IVUO Via14J VIIIIUU IU MJIft
dow he explained
upon a Eolonllflc
piivHepo. Both as regards tho num-
It has beon reported that the house
commlt'ee on territories which has
recently elosod Its hearings on the sev
eral territorial bills will report a
meneure to give statehood to Okla-
homa and Itullun territory combined
but "Mils bill will not go Into affect un-
til the Dawes commission has com-
pleted the work of nllotlng the Indian
land That might easily carry tho
matter along for another two years.
If this Is don the new state when
admitted will be entl'led to six mem-
bers of congress four In the house
and two in the senate and this wilt
be the first time that a state of such
ilc has been admitted to tho union.
Arizona and New Mexico were to be
provided for later in tho SMfllon "!tti
a bill lo admit thorn as .one tate It
is urged by tho politicians that New
Mexico and Arizona may be counted
on as Republican whllo Oklahoma
on Ing to the largo number of settlers
from strong Democratic states and the
Indian territory will be Democratic.
All thnt howovor Is a matter of polit-
ical conjecture and frequently tho
estimates of even tho most astute pal
IticlanB go as ray. It Is largely tho
foar that all of those territories If ad-
mitted to statohood might prove Dem-
ocratic that; has keptr them knocking
RENFRO'S DRUG STORE
C. R. Renfro
ns a Specialty.
206 W. Oklahoma Ave. Opposite Postoffice.
Standing Room Only to be hung up OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 00
A MOTHER'S MISTAKE.
This Is tho sorrowful story of an In- when tho house bocomes crowded
tolllgent mother who In trying to save o
other boys lost hor own son. An Atchison woman who is 46 years O
Young Van Dyne Is ono of the old and has six children insists up-
youthful bandits now on trial Tor his on living a higher life by neglecting
life by a Chicago Jury. Ho was a her household duties and spending
at the door so long and that now put8VeniPr 0f tho "car-barn murderers" her husband's money by taking pain'
the matter over to the next session. n band of boys who among many Ing lessons and studying Germai
In nho last eloctlon in Oklahoma for other crimes killed one man for with s teacher.
a delegnto to congress tho parties i 35
SPIRIT OF THE
were vory evenly divided tho RopubH'
cans having a plurality Of loss than
This being In society must bo hard-
Heredity you say.
No. Van Dyno belongs to'ono of tho or than gains out washing
100 in a to'al vote of more than 94.000. irtspectable families of Chicago and son woman gave a party. In the paBt
Tho territorial legislature In 1908 on n8 mothor is a noted club woman. ton days 15 women havo told hor th
a Joint ballot stood nineteen Hepubli-i n. Van Dyno Is a famous organ- they caught a sovoro cold at hor
cans and twenty Democrats so that jxe- nj somen's clubs. She was also house and hold her responsible. Ha)
Oklahoma Itself Is about as good fight- engaged in tho philanthropic labor of the number declared It was because
ing ground for one party as tho other. Hftng up tho llvos of the aras of tho the houso wan too cold and tho other
By annexing Indian torrltory and streets tho boo' blacks and tho news- half said It was too warm.
thereby Including a largo number of jj0Vg.
settlers who camo from Texas and Ar-
kansas enough Democrats will be ac-
quired so it Is argued to insure Dem-
A man Is never too old to learn nor
Lota of theories won't work-
wise lots of theorists.
Irony of fate.
While she was caring for tho valfs
of the street and organizing clubs her
ocratlc Biiccess in the now state. As own n0yt whom sho thought safe was.
rogarJs Arizona and Now Mexico in(left t0 hft own devices. Through ovll to forgot.
the oloctions for delegates to congress lnnencos ho wont to Wie bad rapidly)
in 1902 tho combined vote of the two anrt uocame a murderous fiend. ' 1 A half hearted kick generally acts
territories was Democrats 24292 and And .herein is a mystery. " as a boomerang.
Republicans 33461 a safo Republican! Wny g0 many ins'ancos of the child-1
plurality for tho combined state al-!ren 0f excellent parents who go; The less money a man has tho more
thesyh in Arizona a Democrat was wrong? It is not in every case tho polite ho has to bo.
elected congressional representative.1 of negiect or lack of. training.
The Arizona legislature on Joint bal- nut-
lot stands twenty-three Democrats to I jn this Jtaso the roason is plain-
ten Republicans whllo tho legislature neglect.
of New "Mexico stands thirty-two Re-! mi this reflection must hurt the
publicans to throo Democrats. On 'onCLt proU(1 jirS. ynn Dl'nfc the most
any such hasls us that tho selection of Rutho outcome was largol hor
of Republican senators would neom Wn fault. .
fairly certain owing to tho strong Re-j Devoting herself to tho uplifting of
.ImililS5a-j?nngB of Uiejarger of the society at largo sho forgot the full
two territories which it Is proposed duties of a mother. Sho loft undofend-
to merge Into a single state. To passje fho vory citadel of hor family life
these statehood bills would undor tho' tho Innor linos of a mother's
present senato rales necessitate tho Strength. Llko a general who would
using of two or threo weeks for de-jgo 0lt to light loavlng wldo open hie
bato That is tlmo which tho loaders . 0ity gaee so this woman left open
on the Republican side do not care tojtno gates of her home. Tho enemy
spare to tho issue. Thus tho whole entered In and ruined the flower of her
question must go over to the next ses-.hones. "
And tho teaching?
Though It doesn't end there charity
begins at home.
sion of the Fifty-eighth congress that
seeming to bo tho course which tho
Republican members lntond to pursue
with all Important legislation other
than the appropriation measure tho
Panama canal matter and tho usual
flood of pension bills.
Each Japanese pnvato soldier re
ceives a monthly salary of soventy
Russia recon ly regretted that she u' can bo favorably compared with
could not understand Japanese meth-l8! f the oxlsting states and
oda of diplomacy. Now she regrets I er lt 'l tor tho question of poHtlca
that aho can not misunderstand Jap- t"o prlvllego of statehood would have
aneso war raethoJB. oeon granted to her somo time ago.
ber and condition of her population cents. If tho Japs were only drawing
Did you ever know a woman who
didn't have headache?:
Thero Is no reason why a deaf Inti e
shouldn't be dumbfounded.
The follow who has no family trao'j
must branch gut for himself.
Lots of people in this world
want tho things they can't got
Any fool can gain experience bu
lt fakes a wiso man to profit by it.
It's all right to follow our own In-
clinations If they don't lead to disast-
er. Even the follow who dyes his scanty
locks may feel that ho has much tc
No Maude dear:
aurant Is not quite
a railroad -res-the
sarao as a
the monthly stipend of $13 allowed toj Are you as unfair with other people otner pe0pie
Some mon have m much confidence
In thomselves that thoy haven't any In
Fifty Years the Standard
ktfrsves ihe flavor and adds to
thi kialMilMss if thi fad.
&. rnlOK BMXINO rOWOKR oou ohioasc
American privates wo fairly shudder as they are with you?
to think vhat would' happen to thej
Venezuela was very Indifferent to
the doclslon mado by Tho Hague
tribunal in the claims case of tho
powore against her. For Veneauela
know whichovor way tho decision nan
went sho would have to pay the bill
and the court costs.
Ye never heard of a trading horse
ovejvseven years old "or whisky unO
What has become of the old fashion-
ed boy w-ho was afraid of a pollco-
Don't count what Lae boon taken
It is said that the climatic dangers 'fron J'0"! c0"01 wbat ou hav 8fy
of Panama never affeet the UrutcJ stribiuj.
S'ates senators who serve on coinmls-
slons and draw salaries white remain ' the worW owe m a nvDg' w
in on the isthmus ;r Wy fratoful that we don't have
to be a woman to earn it.
In most homes when mqther gets
New York city wants a hill of
rights that will enable It to ge' right
The successful man never worries
about what he owes but leaves that
to hit oreditcrs.
dbsouraed the depression becomes
as serious as a spell of sickness.
1 An Atchison family la divided: The
mother wears a Japanose kimono and
OklahOman: Thero Js no room In
jls country for two Republican par-
ities and If It Is necossary for Democ
racy to so alter Its creed that thero
1b substantially no difference betweon
what lt represents and what the Re-
publican party represents tho rank
and file will not take to the "har-
mony" program so readily as Ib fond
ly hoped In some quarters. A way I
open for securing harmony wltfiout
4he sacrifice of principle or deviation
from tradition iut lt doesn't lie thru
surrender to the interests which the
party has boon fighting from the out-
sL On the cqntrary It can only he
seemed by addressing itself to the
Issue before tho country and inviting
tho co-operation of all men who be-
lieve In Democratic principles in tho
work of applying them. In no othor
sort of a hnrmony program will tho-
rank am? file participate.
Blackwoll News: -In the death or
John Havlghorst who died at Guth-
rie Saturday morning tho territory
lost a brilliant man and tho city of
Guthrie lost a noblo citizen. He came
to Guthrie on the -day old Oklahoma
was oponed to settlement from Ha-
vana Mason county Illinois whore
for years he had hold various public
office He was popular with every-
body who know him and his thou-
sands of frlonds throughout Oklaho-
ma will be grieved to learn that ho
has p'assed away.
Mangum Star: Delegato McGuire
was elected by tho people of Oklaho-
ma In tho belief that ho would secure
some kind of statehood J'or them dur
ing tho present congress. True ho
has never yet been offered the kind of
statehood that he pretended to be
clamoring for but In the event he
could not get what ho wanted state-
hood for Oklahoma alone no should
take the kind that a great majority of
the people of Oklahoma want name-
ly statehood for Oklahoma and In-
dian territories combined.
Nowklrk Democrat Herald: "By the
time Delegate McGulre arrives In Ok-
lahoma ho won't bo able to recognize
his own party."
Chandler News: "Notwithstanding-
First Hon: "What's tho matter
at! h old Cackles? She seems to be It
disgrace." Second Hen: "She was
discovered laying an egg that had no the fact (hat t Js apparent to about
Union label On 1L' 'nlnntv nor nam nf Tvll...
- the territory that congress has no in-
Few men consider it worth while lenUon of gvn(. 0kIahoraa 8eparate
to bo ialous of their wives after they 8(afonoo1 Iome o( tho Ropubcan
have been married ten years. jMden n.bt on corM. uing their o)-
I position to the evident sentiment of
The woman who pas an account lui0 nepu0camj ln congr088i and u
a department store Is apt to make
counter charges against her husband.
A woman can't keep a secret any-
how so it doesn't make any differ-
ence whether she talks In her sleep or
REFLECTIONS OF A BACHELOR.
(Now York Press.)
It is strange how a woman who
tempts a man can be shocked if ho
Japan seems to havo Invented a the children woar Russian blouses
Monroe doctrine which can be very ' -. -
effeo lvly applied to Koroa. The General Grant of Russia has mes 10 urn.
. 1 I -be following name to go resound -
The winter seems about to go and to htotory: Aloxol Nlcolaiovltch ' A woman's idea of being hospitable
lake General Jtmfne with lt.
"stand pai" still
Is to let you hold the baby whllo she
brags It up.
the trust When there are several girls in a
fam'ly. all the neighbor say they If people know what the future had
wouH rather have boys because they ln store for thorn the chief charm of
X'SThans th high price of coffee is dot mak6 so muoh sowing. existence would be loaL
-will be surprising if thoy do not this
year seek to havo 'the territorial Re-
publican convention Indorso the sep-
arate s'atehood idea. In fact it is as-
sorted from some sources that this is
tho purpose of holding the early con-
version. Prom this side of the terri-
tory it' looks as though such a course
would bo to duplicate tho folly of
1S96. Neither congress nor the na-
tional Republican convention will care
much for the resolutions that may bo
passed by our convention."
Oklahomam As the Republican ter-
ritorial convention draws near lt looks
like Mr. McGulre will bo renominated
by acclamation and defeated unanimously-
due to last year's short bean crop
may get tho worm. Wwi It comes to modesty the Nothing turns a man's -hair gray so
rly candidal -does wft al- ht8 worn at a inea-or stxjm m ....-. .. "B i-v-v - -.
1 a shade more or 11 man me umuu nu wwm nu. v n p.
suits worn in the advertisements in -
No roan can ever make Ioy to a
girl iuf all the different Hinds of ways
she thinks ho ought to.
TliO' early bird
ways ge the nomination.
It may be that Uiose six Japanese the newspapers
ships sunk at Jort Arthur were mere-
ly too pollto'to refuse to. go whore it is unfortuna'e that with all the
they had asked tho Russian ships to floral emblems sent to a Juneral there
go. Is none with "S. R. O." meaning
CASTOR I A
For Infants and CLildren.
Hie Kind You Have Always Bought
Fat h Is trie secret of firmness.
JJee the Andrew's Opera company at
the Brooks theatre tonight.
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