The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 26, No. 110, Ed. 1, Monday, December 18, 1905 Page: 4 of 8
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THE LEADER. GUTHRIE OKLA MONDAY DECEMBER 18 1K5.
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BY LE8LIE Q. NIBLAOK.
MBADJinftOP TUB ASSOCLVTED I'llBSS
Published every afternoon frora The
Leader building 107 Wttt Harrfeon
avenue and entered at the Outlifie
FostolTIce as Second Class Matter.
Babserlotlon Hates Dolly.
Fer weok by carrier 10
rr month by esjrler
rtr year ty carrier. In odvone J5 00
rer year by mall In ad von to........ 4 00
BIi months 6
Pne year SO
diy. but v do net know how well
nay. eueeeeaea. in 114 spite it iica re
frfd to the metropolis of the great
tM-rltHrV Aft thA "tftWlf M nA fhari nili.
ably runs behind a burn to seo If We ty
.... ?t ...Al.M Wj. tdill Jaft ll - -i
nvuiu iihikv "mjm unvn III I. iliua in
a. great flRhtor and itrkes telling blons.
but he ta wrong In this Instance.
The leader Is a member of th Asso-
Slated "Press and receives the day tele-
praph report of that groat news orsanlta-
lion for exclusive afternoon publication In
Bslhrie and 80 miles radius.
New York Office-. 160 Nassau St.
ChleaQO Office Williams & Anderson
Mo. A Kas. Duilneis 7S; Editorial 69.
Ark. Valley Business 75; Editorial 09.
tn the event or uellvery bain Imperfect
to tiaiwhi hnlntr rotted twisted or mutil
ated subscribers are urged to make 1m
modiste complaint to the business office
la perton. uy pnono or 07 man.
Col. Itoy V. Hoffman was hero teday
The. MIe-Htt rtnWt en tn tVtuhtin &?&
Friday to spend the Christmas vacation .Aft &
with homo folHs. Kly
King his slater Mrs. M. Weinberger.
DILLON' NOT ASPIRING
MONDAY DECEMBER 18 1805.
enters Charlie Hunter With a
Dr. Newell Pwlght HUH proposes
to settle the Immigration problem for
us This will save the president and
congress lot of trouble.
Congressman Longworth is 80 years
old and his picture really looks ns
though he Is bald hut of oourso he's
a "dear" juat tho same.
An Athens Greece girl is making
lots ot money as a guldo to college
students. Lots of Athons Ga. girls
make lots of fun out of the same business.
A Now York preacher says that n
man can not honestly draw a salary
In excess of $25000 a year. Woll the
most of us aro very honest on xhat
man asylum scandal and complicity in
the Capitol National bank failure; and
as soon as tho governor was nulo to
oatch hll breath "he promptly called
Cade a Jlar. Things have drirtod along
from bad to worse over slnco.
Just now the Guthrie Loader la
printing the secret testimony taken
before Hie asylum lnesUgatlng 00m
mlttee appointed by the legislature of
three years ato. This hMttmony U
somewhat sensational and should have
been made public three long years
n . I.. iim mviitprlmisi reason It
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is now seeing the light of day for the
first time The Question naturally 1 Mr- and Mrs. L Compto and Prank
1. 11 1 . t oa.ton mi iinirt Flesher ef th Morey Stoek company
arises where did tho Leader get hold Bpent 8uMtajp n aothr tj
of this suppressed public report? And stmwnter whore the oompnny opens a
the answer immediately occurs: From week's engagement tonight.
some McGulre source. ' """"
. Ki-t rtf tha Mcnnlra follow- uen MSMWim. or AHftdhwo. is vis
lng in giving out this testimony for
publication at this time is not difficult
to divine. They are making hay while
the son shines nnd incidentally blast-
ing the hopes of every Flynn adherent
wtthln reach. In the meantime. Uncle
Jake Admlre has ceased yelling "Fac
tlons be blanket" the Flynn organs
hav begun to spunk up and the en-
tire family from McGulre on one side
to Flynn on the other down Is mak-
ing faces back and forward while the
pursuit of offlqe goes merrily on. The
purpose of both now seems to be to
plaster the other with enough mud lo
forever sink them and It looks like
they will succeed in equal measure.
Under tho hilarious elf cum stances
of the case the innoceni bystander Is
rompelled to admit lhat there is noth-
ing slow in the billingsgate depart-
ment of either. He must necessarily
also indulge tho hope that oach will
lick the ether so that tho loud-smolllng
carcisaos ot both may bo promptly
burled and tho wholo oftlolal house-
hold fumlgntod boforo tho offluvla al-
ready kloltod up broods somo drontl
malady; for as between tho "happy
family' as typified by the caged
monkeys of tho circus menagorio and
tho uncaged in tho ranks of Oklahoma
Republicanism tho odtts are all in
favor of tho lattor. -
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Count Wltto seems unable to koap
things from going to tho bad in Rus-
sia. However in that country thero is
really nowhere olso for things to go.
If Great Britain really wants tho
German navy reduced It might call in
Togo who has recontly become an ox-
pert upon the question of reducing
That Minnesota man who was hung
illegally might send his shade back to
haunt tho court ns it hardly scorns
possible Xor a motion for a now trial
to do hint any good now.
Sonator Aldrlch is roportod to ha1?o
agreed to accept a compromise rail-
road rato hill. If tho report bo tmo it
is safo to say thai the sonator will bo
the artist who draws that bill.
Three Chicago men have been ar-
rested for going to tha theatre with
guns. It Is hard to make the average
Chicago man respect services In Chi-
cago's placo of worship.
8t Petersburg reports plans for the
peace conference in May at The
Hague woll undor way. No pMans for
present peace conferences at homo
however seom to bo making any hoad-way.
So far no one denies that the latest
ultimatum of the powers to tho sul-
tan was a success but It is hard to
see whero tho ultimatum holped any
as bo far the sultan has not paid any
Mr. J. Plerpont Morgan seems to
have lost $13000000 on that Erie deal
for tho C. H. and D. In devoting so
much tlmo to other kinds of art Mr.
Morgan appears to havo lost IjIb
acumen hb a gold hrlok artist.
When the President advised con-
press to look carefully upon every pro-
piivd appropilatlon he probably for-
got that the $10500000 ana! appro-
priation wotild be. tho first one offered
th.it body fur looking purpose?
DIFFERENT EREED8 OF MONKEY8
(Oklahoma City Oklahoruun )
Those of us who hse twvaslonelly
a"''uled a circus and wlt:ssed the
amusing pranks which abound around
a cage of monkeys have bHM more or
less luiprf . n1 with the aptness of
the allusion which styles Hu present
day 1 eprwwnt.it lea of man b ancestral
Stock a "happy family" and yet a
(age of inonkeyH la a tame affair com-
bined to the ludicrous n In Inns and
tht hilarity flowniK from 'In' h.uue
Uiu h eJtUtth ainouK OWlali 1U1.1 Ttnb-
il nns Of rocwit d.tiv a f a him i.ioee
have rMrec - hit h ton'l i show
b.u the pjonke) x are cleuh mil let!
tn ihu booby piie
hen the knlie wat 1
f.ocri r Keiquwtfi recorti
t'lan'x apiMiintiue w timioui
jnlatlon Mlows were p 1
vit's end t. fli.d an exci
v 'ulu entiil tiu-m to en.
lyi Tl v finalh hit upou
two incMtiix -( ibi past suKceptible
f b lrg n j iii-1 T nnd aerred
t'rr h wUI- h would anhwer the pur-
pose in BOB.I degu-e A they rMh-
cd JCansas Otty. uu their jo-aruey home;
National ConnnHtaaman Cade gave
out an Interview in whloh he oharg-
Cd Oovernor rguson with derel'nUon
l 4utx In coanoctlon jvltb tho Nor
Governor Ferguson In tonga Itt-publlcan-
Itecently the Guthrie Leader
eontnlned a communication from Unld
V'hlch made an attack upon the premnl-
govenlor of tho territory. It was n
mallolou as It was fatso. The name of
the person who sent tt waft no! elvsti
but to those acquainted with tho politi-
cal conditions In the territory the souroa
ef the oammunloatlon -rats i.ly deter-
'mlniMl. If wo do not guess wrong- tho
person wlw wrote it (or at least In-
spired HJ Is now under fire chareed
with grafting once upon a time. "WWt
until the matter works to the surface
and nee If this statement Is not eorroet.
Lawlon Democrat: The Ottthrle
Lender Is now publishing the evidence
taken in the sanitarium scandal Inttis-
UKntlon thme year ago which wns
suppressca by the republbsn iellttolat1w.
It makes rich rare and Juicy reitCuig.
Knld Events The Guthrie Leader
puhllshe the testimony of Jo McNeal
gc-fore the lcglxlutlve InvesligaUng com-
mlitee in which McNeal says lhat
Flynn owned Jt.000 nnd Grimes J4.000
of r'-x-k in the Norman sanitarium. The
evidence also tonded to show that there
was a great deal more slock held by
th-m but held In other names. Mo-
Noal was on the Inside of tha transac-
tion relative to the institution acting
as financial agent In many of the dats.
McNeill also showed that the profits or
the sanitarium amounted to about a
hundred per cent on tho Investment.
Does anyone wonder that Crimea oould
not be reappointed i secretary and
that the president has lost all conudenre
and political respect for Mr. Klynn.
when he knows all the facta connected
with tho sanitarium?
Lawton Constitution: It is nlmost an
opon secret that Oklahoma City does not
want atatebooa of anj; kind. Probably
if a bill wore to bo framed making
thorn a capital concentrating the fed-
eral courts nt that point nnd establish
ing all the land ofCiees of Oklahoma
within her municipal borders slip might
be paelfled to some extent. It hardly
to be presumed however ho ' il even
all tlds be doae. and solely upon the
efforts of Delegate MVOulre. that the
Oklahoma!) would feel Just right nxt
day If it did not make some mean attack.
Qkbihomi City Time Journal The
UuilirU lender suys ihe p"opU of (Jkln-
huiiui. 'tt hate the people of Giiihrle
and h'( ituy tuke iut.i it i of ovary
oppcitniii 10 do the pnpii of (iirthrle
an Injurv These ehmgi't an- u ifound-
ed. Thiic Ih no 111 will In i tu wim) the
peopl of Uuihrle In luu nun's of
the li m H-upl l IhN 1 1 me from
Cluiiii li- un.l luive pi-o-i nil in fcueli un
exiiut (li tt U1H5 f-tl ii..ililK lnil klid-
iid I tin pixiple will wIidiii the
on. luitl Nothlns hi- "! 11 nt II" peo-
il( ni Ott- ill) or rtll' .1 i'ihi with envy
ani In tlur for limk i un people
of 1 I I'll- .md towns i- li ndx Ttio
1. nl 1 li.ii ruggltM 1 t.jjr mil hind to
ip 11. Iiin.d 1.1 th" If ntx of lli- peo-
ple nl liiiihil for t1 im.' ..I iikl.ilioum
Friends State Banker Has
Already Declined to be
Secretary of Territory.
Friends of John Dillon of Geary an
nounce that under no circumstances'
will he be n candidate for the position '
of territorial secretary to succeed '
William Grimes Juat resigned. It is
declared on good authority that the
ofpar of the place already has reached
Mr. Dillon but that he promptly re-
fused It saying that he dosired no po-
litical offlco himsofl but that rather
ho wished only to help his friends! It
is regarded by Dillon's frlonds that
Charles Filfon of Guthrie has the
best chance of nnvnnn fnr (ho nnnnlnt.
ment. though they do not yet under lky
stand that ho is ready to glvo up the
national bank exnmlhorshlp to assume
n position with mofo onordus duties
nnd no greater money consideration.
PRICE REDACTION SALE
Mens High - Grade Clothing
Certain lines in which sizes a're missing
here and there have been radically reduced in
price for quick selling. In the various lots
combined all sizes are represented. The re-
duction applies to our MghrGrade "Best-to-Buy"
Overcoats and Suits for Men and Boys;
in some cases the reductions are as great as
one-third of the original prices.
A Great Reduction in Boys and
Childrens Suits and Overcoats This Week-
KEEP THE POT BOILING.
Salvation Army's Inntnlous Scheme
Raise Chriitmas Money.
The Salvation nrmy of this clt has
adopted a rather tinlquo plan of solic-
iting fund 'for the Christmas dinner to
be given to the poor of the city.
At the corner of Oklahoma avenue and
Division street a tripod has been erect-
ed from which Is suspended a common
Iron pot the arrangement resembling.
device used by campers for cooking
A member of the army Is In chprge
of the cauldron and as ttio denizens
of the stroats go by lie strikes upon the
pot to attmflt attention aid solicits any
monetary contribution watch tlio person
enree to make Tho arrangement fa ono
wlilch nttmota notloo and the objeet la
t worthy that It should receive the
help of nil.
In larger cities there are good imita-
tions of nicely browned turkejfs. made
of papier madia and. lordly old gob-
ble! with spreading plumage all used
by the army people for the same pur-
pose ttiat of collecting; funds for the
Christmas dinner for the poor.
T1m entire day has been taken up In
district court hearing the evidence iu
flip caso against Ilichard TUomaa. held
as An accomplice In the Coyle killing.
In which John Ionian was shot in the
head dying almost lnBtantly from the
effects of the lnury.
Amelia CurtU vs. Thomas Dabney ot
a!. cancellation of deed; stricken from
calendar at cost of1 plaintit.
IN MAW OF OCTOPUS
a Handsome Xmas Present in our
Boys and Youths D epartment. A
Splendid Watch (time-piece) given away with
purchases of $1000 or over.
PALACE CLOTHING &SH0EC0
Sam Goldstein & Sons
The only Clothing Douse in the city offering 100 Reward to anyone who will buy an article at the Palace for less
than its marlted price. All Goods Marked in Plan Figures and Sold a.t One Price-
tho mdrcy of a get of men who imng-
lno thoy can do as they please. Tho
official organ dnro not come- out open-
ly and fight for tho people but If thorq
is a job In sight that organ will he one I
of the first tu help push it through.
On account of tho turning down the
mayor tocoivetl last Friday night the
American did not see fit to publish tho
doings In tho counoll chamber that
Asphalt at Rrno.
El Reno Okla. Doc. 18. There is a
rumor going around' that tho business j JV
streets ot El Iteno will bo paved next !j
spring. A number of .our cltlienB own '
.i.nu inn i i i A A mnr-n T V i -
A DIMPLE MAKER.
Tiiid a child with dimples
and chubby arms and legs
and you find a healthy child.
Find one with drawn face
and pooi tnin IwkIv and yoa
See one that needs Scc:t'3
Emulsion. Your doctor will
no doubt tell you the chil.i is
fut--.tarved its food is not
i ! Int.
.i i d t he
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tt)ln nourishing it.
ut I Nothing helps these thin
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one oi paie Liuiuren JJKe aCOttS
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xvuiu.Mon. ii contains rne
very element of fat they need.
It supplies them with a per-
fect and quickly digested
nourishment Scott's Emul-
sion brings dimples and
SCOTT & EOWNE 403 Ttu Street Ntw V.
(Continued from page 1.1
El Itono and the Electric Light &
"Third. You commlttco returns said
ordinance to your honor and tho coun-
cil and recommend same to bo tabled.
City Attornoy John Clnrk read tho
law to his hunnr and the council and
improssed upon their minds that thoy
could not exceed the legal limit In np-
proprla'ting the people's money to pay
for Hgnts or for other purposes.
Ills honor tho mnyor who is also
the big mogul of the local Republican
clan. In the face of all he was told by
tho city attorney nnd what his com
mittee reported was still In favor ot
giving me poor gentlemen who are
making merely a living running an
electric light aad gas plant a show for
their white alley. He was again
knocked out stiff and cold by the
council and all ha could do was to
appoint a committee or three. Alder-
men Roberts McDonsld and Stop;
man who will confer with the light
company and figure the lowest cost
for HghUog the city.
The Waterworks company anoUier
charitable Institution wanted the time
extended to February for the exten-
sion of water mains on the additions
to the city. The people of these add!
tloas have been paying taxes towards
the running of th city and have po
fire protection whatever. The water-
works company is the friend of the
men who live In the three and four
room booses la the additions of the
city and would feel real sorry If their
homes were burned down but the sup-
nn aspualt mlno noar Ardmore I. T
and one man In this city will gamble
two to tjno that If thore is any paving
done tho Ardmore product will bo the
Musgrove Gels One Year.
El Reno Okla. Doc. 18. Carl Mus-
grovo tho young man who plead
guilty to stealing a registered package
said to contain f 500 from tho El Rono
postofflco somo tlmo ago was sen-
tenced by Judgo Irwin Saturday to
servo a term of ono year In tho United
States prison at Leavenworth Kas.
Deputy Marshal "Jim" Baxter chapw
oned Carl to Guthrie last Saturday.
Toys Dolls r Fine Dressing: Cases and
Everything for young and old to make
them happy at '
KenfFo's Drug Store.
Opposite P. 0. 206 W. Okla. Ave.
POSSESSED VANDAL SPIRIT.
Thieves After Bummaolna Longaker
Reslrence Break Up Furniture
I.aet' nlfjht while tbo family was at
church thieve entered the Ira Long-
aker residence on Bast Cleveland aven-
ue and appropriated all the valuables
In slKht. Bntrance to tlvei house was
obtained by breaking the Sla In a
rear door. A pearl brooch two gold
chains a diamond locket aad othe-
snu.ll articles of Jewelry were anions
the things Uftten.
Tlw thieves went 'through every roein
In the houBe and tumbled the furniture
about general' Chairs and tables were
turned upside down and the greatest
i-oiifualon possible was produced by thai
prowlers who. In addition to securing
the Mtluablea appeared to be possessed
of a spirit of vandalism.
THE NEAR AP-
PROACH OF XMAS
justifies me in offering a suggestion on Useful Durable
and Acceptable Christmas Presents. Shoes for Men Wo-
raeH and Children; New Nobby styles in all leathers.
A doll pr knife given with each purchase of $1.50 or
over during Christmas tveeek.
One of my SHOE CERTIFICATES insures Pit and
Style desired. Ask to see one.
P. C. ROBINSON - - 111 East Oklahoma Avenue
OFFENDERS AQAINST LAW.
Plain Drunks and Flahtlna Drunks Deal:
With In Police Court.
A substantial erjst of police court do-
ings goutt on record this morning. Lata
Kennedy arrested while Indulging In a
Saturday ntgut celebration whs
CONSTIPATION Is caused primar-
ily by lack of certain elements
In the food which tend to more or less
imperfect digestion and to make the
liver sluggish and torpid.
TJe bowels carry away and di".
oharlge the fecal matterthat Is the
refuse matter of the system. If the
bowels are constipated the fecal mat-
ter ologs anr congests the natural pas-
sages the poisonous excretions are re-
tained in the body. They set bask
tike a stream dammed up and are ab
sorbed Into the system and carried all
ottnu-ndeut had the immaculate gal). over the body In the h(ood.
to tell the vouiail he oould not do aj Thst's the reason your head aohas
thing towards expending the maliu un- your tongue Is coated your meuth
til Ft-brutry. AldermMi Snull got hli tastes like a garbage can black specks
forces together aad Is three minutes float before your eyes and you are
by Alderman Mengers watch an order rjenerally unhappy it's constipation
was wader for the waterworks com-
pany to grooeed immediately it not
sooner to P make tin extensions asked
Th people of HI Reno who are now
burdened with as heavy taxes as thejr
oan stand have slnco tbo advent of
tho Republican b into power been at
CALIFORNIA PRUNE WAFERS
are positively guaranteed to cure the
most obstinate cares of Constipation
Biliousness Torpid Liver or lna"lfles.
tlon. 100 wafers 25 cents.
J. N. Wallace Pharmacist
Chief Cates' nocturnal guardians of tho
publlo wolfaro appeared on tho scen
and exported Davn to the city Jail a la
collar and too. He contributed fifteen
dollars to the city's colters this morn-
ing. C. 11. Armstrong: was fined a like
amount on the same charge drunken -neaa
and llfihtlng. Armstrong Is held
in the lookup en an additional rharRa
ad the customary Ave and coats. lie of glt-ina whiskey to the Indian girl
came through with the ten and was His hearing is set for eleven o'clock to-
released morrow moniluR before United States
Marie Christie a slender dark eyed Comtnlaskmer Tlbbetts
Indian maiden was arrested while on The Quest boys i:w a) intent-a
the street Saturday night with a beau- several days ago for stealing from
tiful jag. Marie displayed pugilistic in- Houghton's stent tn Wst OufirK w-ie
cUnatlona which no doubt caused the turned over to t.io county un orliles
court to give her thrt limit for the of- and their case wlU ! heaid before
fense ten and costs. The Indian girl JUatle Overbuy
paid h.T fine and was discharged. t
Dave Duggine from Maud was Juat
on a plain drunk during the early part
of the evenlr.s Ttvt us th bttaritr of
his crowd increased and the highballs
came faster and stronger. Dave bejian
to display the disagreeable aide f his
dlapoalUon. He quarreled with Ms
companions and struck at them vleioua-
ly. No telling what the result of the structlvn rnatine-rV by way of construe-
brawl would have been bad not one of tion. Thus we say that an individual
who holds sanitarium stock which con-
tributes toward the construction of a
fortune though he may not hold tt in
his own name holds the tame construc-
tively. Noah Webster's abridged and
BETTER GOODS FOR LESS MONEY
AT THE FAMOUS.
THIRTY THOUSAND DOLLAR LOSS
HELD IT CONSTRUCTIVELY.
Oklahoma City Oklahoman: From a
reading of the evidence It appears that
Secretary Orlmea held sanitarium stock!
CONSTntJC'I'rV.aWA. W.-la a eon-
Round Bale Gin at Shawnee Suffers
Severely From Fire.
Shawnee Okla. Dec. 18. Fire today
did 30000 damage to the Round Calo
Cotton gin in thl sclty. Prompt action
by the Are department prevented n
$50000 fire. The flameswere caused
by the dropping of a match Into ".
bale of cotton. Loss covered by In
"THE MOST OF THE BEST FOR
THE LEA8T." PATTERSON FURNI-
c-'ii-ooai& ffssffecffosss-ecffisw-c-ffffie c-e--$s &Mt8a88$&88&-&&K&&5&gi
dwrej ifvlt". P-a
Santa Ulaus has just simply unloaded all his Really Nice Gitts
at our dour this year.
See Our Show Window
for Sample of Prices.
of valuable pj1esciuptions
(STORE ' &
.EDWARD NICHOLS PROP.
Hthrls Okl. jlsstKrQMMMM
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