The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 26, No. 115, Ed. 1, Saturday, December 23, 1905 Page: 3 of 16
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THP LEADER QUTHWII OKLA SATURDAY DECEMBER 2S 1MJ.
CBWSTMAS IN FOREIGN LANDS
I ondon Dee 2S.-Tho Christmas ! Ui In WM of light-Joy and
l.ondon l' " ov aI1. ab the boulevards
fur-noi. of pellUM and of ovular ef- little wooden ooH-' "'7". i
tfllM l forgotten. In all Kurope. irom inu me yue u..u --
Fairs 1" furn"nra. . ..1.1..1.. nullla. rnnelto. tOV9.
i. .. . .. -..... r tiA innn ni laie iriK iu.iiii vf v...-.
tllO nHO """ . " . .- u . nM.MM Mlwr
lldncht sun to the evergreen souir ot uower. nuy...b ...... - - -""'.'
o. summer there I. no tend Ml to a IN toy atomob
wb-ra tbo season of Peace on cart... 'to dy -nrw "- . "
Vnod will to men" la not celebrated mihii eameiois ur. ... ""7 "
good wiu lu """ "" . . ... .. - . Aninir n marine trade.
Unlveisnl I the custom 01 fnmiro """""" " - -.. -- --- -
l.. ':.?' ' . ... m..imtf hm each. The great uteres and the beautiful
F1" fcT" "". ..' i. hni ar tilled with luxurious sumptu-
country no. . u ."-""" .''..- Th .hBn v-.. re In
of obf iv Ins the great lesuvai.
The cus oms of rmistmas ony
England ond In America tire- close'v Hi-
lled One dlstlnotlvely F.ngllsh custom
with whldi tho Christmas feasts of
mcdlev.il Engiiml all begun Is the bilng-
IBS In of the boars head. This custom
cocs b.ek to pre;t'hrUttan days. The
Druid killed a ho"1" at the winter sol-
stice and offered Us heud In wtcrlHee
to Flcya the go lde-ss of peace and
plenty who was supposed to ride upon
bo.-ir with cold'-!' 1 'sties.
0111 things. 1 ne shop mrcyne "
good humor for the trade thl year ha
On the sidewalks between the lines
of stores and booths thousands of pae
pie are walking chatting; and laughing.
Thus they bo on for miles ami tnllea
buying- nuviy things dolr? Santa CtO'
A the hour of twelve approaches r
Christmas eve they will desert the
boulevard and rush to tho churches for
tho midnight serMce. It la an okl Pari-
Suffered from Soros on Faco and
Back Doctors Took His Money
But Did No Good Skin Now
Looks Clear as a Baby's.
ANOTHER CURE BY
. CUTICURA' REMEDIES
In moat countries. Tho celebracloa be
Kins today and. la not over until Janu-.-;
itt .r "twentieth day yule" O.ie f
the most pleas'ng ad distinctive Ch-ts -him
customt Is the wtton . cver
termor's hi;ae of a pole to it.- p f
Which la bound a Inns" full l if ot
grain li ts safe to auv tint tin 1 pa-
nnt In Sweden will stt down to t'Mnai-
mas dinner next atendny until l. lui
first raised aloft ft Chruumat Mnner jar
the blrda In ta cohl and smw wl'hout.
A uulet but very liapry Christmts f-
tlval Wltl ! l Rt ne ro t 11-
scS Wr-t-e Kins tBor na semu-iu
his famllr wound Mm. The Ainrrln
usually takes plate In the pilva njtnrt-
intat of Queen tJvphl. who ' an li.-
'ld The grandtnitvl. h often bring- Rlfta
of their own making rniC .here Is 1 iut
IvinK of presents amonjr tho ntettiberi
a the royal family. The queen who is
very pious nnd chn-ltable sends Christ-
mas glfis to u. number nf Institutions.
-...... ......-. .h nhl cus-loian culom everyone oes to tne ser-
tom lie netma. d'nner at Osbnnte vice on Christmas eve The
Houtto or Windsor always consisted of a filled and in each of " ' "a"
baron ot beef and woodcock plo both music and tne cro r .CB.....
hlstorlo dishes and the brlnRlnc In of
tho boars head wis performed with an
tho ancient ceremony At Queen's col-
lege Oxford the boars head ceremonial
hoa been practloed unchanged for five
In accordance with their custom of
nmny years. KlrK Kdward and Queen
Alexandr- celebrate Christmas this y-nr
with a family pu-ry at Sandrtnglmm.
Iteatdr-s Trlncess Victoria and other
member of the roiil family the party
Includes tho chlldr-n of the Prince and
PrlncM of VMee no are In f.ir-off
Indian On Chiisttn.in day the yule log
Rt Sandrtngham will bliise merrily on
tho hearth of the sUoon a room which
answers to tho baronial hall of long ago
Ho'ly and mistletoe will deck the walls
tho boar's head and th0 baron of beef
will stand majestlcilly on the sldcbonrO
and iho plum pudding will db mure
wreathed una crowned with holly.
There will bo service In the parish
church close by in tbo park nd
the) roy..l pew will be filled with smiling
faces oa tho children sing the sweet old
Bverybotly w'll wlh everybody A
Aferrr Christmas" There will be cheer
In tho servants h ill. and cheti In the
laborrrs cottage wbere cioh held of
H houeuold will have a Joint of b.ef
wbllo he sickbed of the suffering will
Tjo bnrhtnned ly klnd'y thought. The
thlldn-n. too. are gay and expectant for
before tho season Is over they will have
their own party up at the hall be laden
w til prespnts from n giant Christmas
tree s.-rvod with tea by the queen hor-
ontr nn.i nlav games with the royal
children. Shooting parties there -.111 un-
doubtedly bo and skating on tho San-
drlngham lako If King Frost makes a
Paris Dec. tS. Pnris Is In her gay-
tjs mood fu Christmas eve. The city
After the midnight service enmea the
suprer. I.i the restaurants large and
small every table Is occupied. In the
households where little ones abide they
will put their shoes on the mantel shelf
for It is well known that after the sup-
per Jean Noel will descend the chimney
and AH thi hotlines with bonbons.
Derltn Poo 2S Germany Is the homo
of tho Cb'-lHtm.is tree and In no port
of the 1 J is the yule tide season cel-
ebrated more Joyously or more genenv.'y
than in the l..nd of the kaiser Thev)
is ft legend which gives to Martin 1.U-
thelr the honor of Instituting the first
Christmas tree In his fatherland. One
billllant tarllt Christ. "as eve as the
great reformer was walking homeward
thminh a snowbound fir Clad forest
h was so Impressed with the beauty of
the stars gleaming through the brandies
of the trees that on renehjros hm he
trin.1 to tell his wife of the wonderful
m ft .- - . . jfelhftA Tl A
scene. To muKe 111s imraiiuiii i. -went
out Into the garden cut down a
little fir tree nnd. bringing It Into tho
house set it upon the table and thea
-.j nu iinhtail candles among Its
In no royal h'ime in Europe is Christ
mas such a great domestic festival as
with the kn'ser's family in tho palace
of' Potsdam. The celenratlon takes place
on Christmas eve but during the after-
noon the kalser'luiB a pleasant habit of
walMng out with plenty of -loose inouey
In his pockets. School boys passing the
public road hy the palace suddenly find
themselves scrambling ror imperial mr-
gecs workmen returning from their toil
an tl rloher for a silver coin nnd
some poor and lonely wayfarer may find
a gold piece mysteriously dropped in
On Christmas evo the crept apart-
ment known us tho Ilall of Shells in
Captain W. S. Graham. 13JI Holt
St. WlieeJing W.Va. writing June 14
'04 says : " 1 ain so grateful I want to
thank Gotl that a friend recomtnendctl
f:uticuraSoap and Ointtncu to tne. I
duffered for a long time with sores on
ray face and back. Some debtors said
1 had blood poison nnd others that I
had barbers' itch. None of them did
me any good but they all took my
money. My friends tell me my skin
now looks as clear as a baby's and I
tell them all that Cuticura Soap and
Ointment did it."
STILL MOTHER CURE
Nock Covorod With Soros Hair
Fell Out Wild With Itching
Mr. H. J. Spelding of 104 W. 104th
St. New York City says: ''Pot two
years my neck was covered with sores
-. .11 ens an cm-cadi-ii? to 111V hair.
which fell out leaving an unsightly
bald spot and the soreness inflam-
mation and merciless itching made
me wild. After a few applications of
Cuticura the tonne-it sub.Med the
sores disappeared and my hair grew
thick and healthy as ever."
AND STILL ANOTHER
"For over thirty years I suffered
from painful ulcers nnd au eruption
from uiy knees to my feet and could
find neither doctors nor medicines to
help me until I took Cuticura which
cured me in six months (signed) M.
C. Moss Gainesville Tex."
tvTMM TvUr UrtJ - Corp Brt4 Sol
JcJ-tad tt " Hot to Cms Ererr notaau."
ChrUtlania Oec M. In spending their
Aral Christmas In their newry-rouna
Hmgdom. King Haakon and Queen Maud-
must stop to wonder at the truly mar
vclous changes wrought by tho hand of
time. One year ago In accordun-e with
their custom since marriage the royal
couple passed the yuh.tlde season at
Sandringhcid lltthj areamlng that ro
another Christinas rolled around ther
tvoukl b set up by the course .of ever.U
upon a htrone of their own. Uegret at
tho forced sepurattort from the old fa-
miliar Ilreside win bo nmelloratetl by the
flood of good wishes) and Christmas to
kens from weir new -luojecis. aiany
beautiful pr'esents Tor themselves and
tlielr children have been received thta
week from their royal relatives In. 13ng-
tand and Denmark.
1 jji-rirti 11 SyLJ jt'
Sits Sr P l
By Mr. J. 1 8tveng.
Lodge "Directory g
Guthrie Lodge No. 3 I. O. O. F.. fleets Co. A. First Ttegt. Okla. N. U. Utev
ov Monday night ar 7-CO o clock a. every Wednesday night at 7:30 In .m
7 .Tv" . Tfnri-on atid'anr hall. 10 West Harrison avo.
UOIl C110WB .iw. "" - - TrA nontfiln.
J iM. .Vf....H-. w..- -
Z. L. BILLINGS Noblo Grand.
Sf ROUGH. Scorotary.
Rnfrow DlTlalon No. 3 Uniform Bank.
K of P Meets second and fourth Fri-
day nights at Masonic hall. 119 Bast Ok-
O. H. PITNNICA. Captain.
W. T WAItltKN. Booorder.
Itartranft Post M). 3 O. A. R . Meets 1
on DrHt and third Friday In oach month
nt 7 '0 p. m. In Odd Fellows' hall.
J. H. TAIT. Pos Coti.
M. L. MOCK Adjutant.
Outhrio Idge No. I. A. O. TT. W.
Meets every Thursday night In the new
Masonic hall on East aDklahomo. Visit-
ing brothurs welcome.
B. IL UUTHVAH M. W.
W. J. LHATIIBBMAN R&eorder.
Cinton Guthrlo No. 5 Patriarch's Mili-
tant I. O. O. F. Hegnlar awemaly every
second and fourth Tuesday night In each
month In Odd Fellows' hall v-suing
P. K. ABBOTT. Com'dt.
Vf J. BAUNHART. Clerk.
Woodmen of tho World. Guthrlo Camp
No. 3. Meets every Tuesday at 7.30 p.
m.. In thu Woodmen hall ovtr Spenc"
hardware store. VlIUng Woodinon
Wit CONNULLY. Con. Com.
OBO. L. MOCKABKK Orderly Sergeant
Guthrlo Comraandery No. 1 Knlghtr
Templar. Meets every Wednesday even-
Ins at 7:80 at their Asylum In the Ma-
onls Temple. Visiting 8ir Knights ai
Guthrie Lodge No. 416 B. P. O. 1
Meets the second and fourth Tuasda
nights of each month in hilk hall.
II. W. PKNTBCOBT B. E-
J. FOUCART Secretary.
Naomi Rebechah Lodge No. 2. L O. O.
F. Meets first and third Tu'isday nights
of every month In Odd Fellotvs" hall.
LUCY HBBWIO Noble Gran.
MAGGIE MILAM. Secretary.
Oklahoma JEnejunproent No. 1 I O. O
F. Meets " overy Wednesday night al
7:10 o'clock at Odd Fellows' hall.
V. A. buBYJSTTE C. P.
P. K. ADBOrr gerllie.
F. A. A.. Guthrie Counell No. 7-iJ.
Fraternal Aid aasooiaiion. Meets ererv
Wodnesday night in Odd FeHows haw
corner Herrlson and Broad. VUUIr t
members always weioome.
the palace la converted Into a orttnbe
fmrlyland. In the. center Is a daszllng
nrrny of Christmas trees each stand-
ing on a separate table. With prea-nls
-mi nired around. There are t.io gigan-
1 tic trees for the kaiser nnd kalserln. one
for each of thulr six sons and an egu..
brilliant one for the young princess. This
year still another one Is to be placed. In
th great hall in. honor of the crown
prlncew who with her youthful hus
band Is spending tne -au .- -
days at Potsdam.
The trees gleam nnd scintillate with
myriad tapers reflected In the tinsel or-
naments which cover their branches ana
muko the Hall ot Shells 100.1 u -"
from fairyland. Presents are admired
games arc played and thore Is a ban-
quet at which the imperial family par-
.i f .ha nrn. a Christmas dish and
the time honored cakes stollen and tho
other varieties of confectionery peculiar
tn. in fatherland. The evening closes
-' .. . TTsll.
with tho singing of "Steno .-sacm. -..-
Ige Nacht" tho old Christmas song ot
Germany. So ends the fwlvity at .he
-ntMsrial court. Christinas dnv ltslt is
merely ont of recreation nnd l"s no
Vienna Dec JS. Forgetting for the
time being the s.rife of politic race
nid creed the conglomerate peoples th-it
go to make up the Austrian empire have
begun the celebration of the Christmas
season. Yule tide as kept by the itun-
Gtrmon population of Austria Is very
picturesque. On Christmas day the Poles
1.. iiiHrln first iittenn muss una ....-..:
sit down to family supper. Th cnlef
dlKh on the tablo lontalns cons-.-n.t.d
lKt! which tho fallur dlstrlbutei. After
eating all eyes are closed ami ull heads
lov.ed down to the table in the belief
that Jacobs ladder Is then descending
from heaven to earth and down th- lad-
der a.igvle are coming to bless the wor-
shippers and to uirry away their earthly
troubles to heaven.
Among the Csechs tlie legend runs
that he who most strictly fusts on
Christ mas eve will see the Holy Christ
In his dreams that night in uie even-
. . .1 i.- All 1 1 aril ret
Ing thd real cleor..uon ircgjn. ... '-
11 e thn extinguished la tho house. The
children crowd together In fssar ami .re-
main perfectly .silent as othorwlse lhy
will receive none ot the presents brout
by the Christ child and UUd at theo-
trunoe to tit house The Nder female
umuae thsmelvwi by throwin heated
The Hanue Deo. I. Queen AVllhel-
mlnu and Ilnce Henry of the Nether-
kinds will celebrate Christmas with a
mingling of Dutch a'-d German customs.
Tomorrow evening throe tree will be
sot up In the palace one for tho royal
family. Another fot" the court and a
third for the household from which
gifts will be distributed to everybody in
the palace. Christmas day the queen
and court will attend service In the
Chapel Royal and again on the follow-
ing day for both the twenty-tlfth and
the twenty-sixth rre Christmas days In
Holland though It Is against tho tradi-
tion of the Dutch Reformers to mke a
festival of efther day. The Queen how-
ever will have a special ba nonet -it tho
palace Monaay night and will obsene
the occasion wlt'i other festivities.
Brussels Dec. 23. B-1glum like other
countries has Its own peculrnr Chrtst-
tiinn cjsto us. Tn ill tin It ! h ihw towns
n. beautiful rv n le miv h wltnetsed
on Christmas t' Amid the sound of
drum cornet ijnhiil ami otlwr musical
Ins'ruments with tin- 1 hinting of car-
ols a long. KOty il" k it piocession
mnrclies thiough th. pilunpil streets
(hl'dren of ill i-- uh illWIn dressed
In Its specl il 1 )lnr and ill t nltig some
badge or .inhKin or k-itIiib n bright
ribbon attni hi'il to shrlm m i rucltlx. TI13
effect ol giouping anil mint is m ly ar-
tistic. Hfie mid thu i- In the throig
older strong r hands l" ir aloft pmclous
relics upon which the spectators rever
ently gaze Many nowl features come
Into view pi tho procession passes
along but the pretties- eight is tho train
if beautiful children in fantastic dress
marching oyer the flower strewn pave-
ment each stna'l pi rson gravely ab-
sorbed In tho special part It perform.
A Christmas Carol
Tho earth Is bare and dreary.
And cheerless Is tho light.
Thi distant hills are gleaming.
With snow-drifts fleecy white.
" The summer birds are silent.
The flowers are sleeping low.
Upon the ear'. s warm uosom
Safeguarded from the snow
The dear old year It dying.
But ere It quite (lephTtB
With beams of goMart fterr
It cheurs our witful Uplift.?-
Fir Christmas rnSfry Christmas
Tho Christian's Day of uars
A lender benediction
Ujwn ft sefily lays.
Oh Christmas nrry Christmas
In spirit w go back.
To see the star that guided
The H&Ras on Its track.
To see lite Babr Jesus
tT.rfin Tin fowl bed.
Whllo seraph hosts adorlnB.
Bang praises o'er His head
And we. In spirit kneeling
The Babe of Bethlehem
New born of Virgin Mother.
Adore and praise with them.
Oh. 80.1 of God most Holy'
An3 yt no home so small.
But Thou our King and Savior
Wilt be the Guest of all!
Oh Christmas merry Christmas
It comes to make us glad
It comos to high ana lowiy
To happy and to sad
It comes with sweet Insistence
Our drooping hearts lo cheer.
And touch with tender glory.
These last das of the year.
With golden rays of promise
The Slopes that chill have lain
To fuller life It qulokens
Until they bloom again.
Gooawin hil hearts isrJlfcsc.
Wo bid vexations eense
Then unto God be glory.
Who unlo fcArth gives peace.
Helen Marlon llurnslue.
The Bethlehem Star
The Bethlehem Start The Ouldlng Star
Of Old Judeah's r.ight.
Has It become a faded soar
Across -the orient nlghtT
The guess of .Science and the guess
Of critic. Ser. and sage?
Has it the dimmer grown or less
For chan I of clime and age7
.Star of the 'JWBitl it is not set;
Though B.'ience scout the sky
TIs burnlni In the heaven yet.
As bright and sure and high
As when the 8hepherds saw It (lame
Over Old Bethlehem.
And follored it until It came
And stowed a Christ to them.
The Bethlehem Star each mother Bees
Its holy promise-light.
Believing ench its destinies
Her darling's In the night;
Believing each the little star
t. ..I nlmvft tljir Mill
To light her mother-hopes that arc
And shine when hers are done.
The Bethlohcm Start
That novors iuii ni
Madrid Ixc 23 Pnaln is preparing
to celebrate (Jhrlstm u- with the usual
mugniflcnt pomp and rltuul of the Ro-
man Catholic 1 hurt h With tho royal
family the fostlal lists twelve day.
On Chris nuts ee the young King and
queen moth.t aceompnniril by tho
grandees of the court magnificently at-
tired g In t tie procession to the Chapel
Royal. 'i ihiist'iias morning the kins'
and Ms fouit .1? tin ntt. i.i miss In
s'nte iifd 1 whli h the da) l spent in
nt the . '
and in it 11I1
The t il
the Chi iii 1 1
I Rome Is fll r.l with
II iiitts of Ho world
1! riiti- in is 1 vice
I In. . I I 1 11 Ion la.U
is illp' il in tul'llanco
only I. j I In
f .mi of !i l mil sp."nd
- li .li 1 is w ith tin usiml
ii t. ithei 1 IK Ttie little
L.i no 1 -.es will fiao their
fate- will In
which tin 1 'i 1 tli
elraw pn si nts ti
old. Italian kl "'
1 1.1 th. Human urn of
1 1 In the p il u e. from
n chililii a of Ho court
lot a cording to the
whit Hi. '.le log.
The Quldlnc Stat
Wherever bn.be and eradle aro.
And iiaronts wnipning iidbi.
Wlierovur clierub lips of love
Bring tidings Of great Joy.
Whero sr n mother bends nbpvo
Her darling f.r t born bpy!
-Atoj-sius Coll In Designer
The Christmas Stat8
A little Star nil undismayed
a..rtArt 1nwh thA illlstev WAVS Of night.
Whlte-footeei. smiling unafraid.
It rtasseel the orbs of greater light.
It held its slender taper high.
The tlhy splendors piercing far.
It knew Its time to shine was nigh;
For lo! it was the Christmas Star.
A little child knelt in the dark.
With clear eyes raised and lifted face
She saw the liny traveling spark
Move on from Its appointed place
The tears welled so she scarce could see.
Its orb of brightness grew a bar.
"Mother." she cried. ' It conies to me
'It kissed my eyes the Christmas
God knows that both these things aro
The star that shines the eye that sees.
The answir to the praer Is shown
I'n... th. .lunar At. hu knetS
On the long lanes of splintered light
Descends the shining awitar:
But onlv t"rs of pure 6lgl."
Could t'Hng the boly Chilstrnas gtnr.
Graie Msc Oowen Cooke in The Bun-
Fslstaff and his boon companions
I'oins Psto PUtot Wanlolph Mrs.
Quickly etc. ar wholly onhlstorljal
personsges. No e ot affinity e.in bo
proved to exist between the J Fastolfe.
it oommander under llenr IV and our
Knight. Sir John Shakesptsiro surely
never thought ot any such connection as
Is proved by the difference of the name
and still mart by the fact that our cor
pulent knight was originally called Sir
John Oldcnsile and ro'-hrlsteneil Fal-
staff only upon a demand of the Puri-
tans who honored a man of their sct
by the same name. This substitution of
names may ncco'iut for the main me
trical Imperfections to tic found In this
play. At least he Is tlist Introduced
here as the boon companion of Trlnce
Harry as a corpulent warrior whose
favcrlte weapons are. his tongue anil tin.
wine bottle. He was sure'y trio most
witty and humorous combination ever
portrayed by human pen A compound J
of sense and vice Of senje we admire
but not esteem. Of Ice Wo despise
but csn not detest Though corpulent
and loaded with faults he vet in ikes
hliaslf necessary lo the prince (who de-
spises him) by his perpetual giiyety. In
which he could indulge freely as his
wit was of th it type wh'th could ex-
cite continual laughter anJ sport but
never caime envy. His very Imperti-
nence Is sublime and the grand secret
of both his wit nnd humor lay In his lm-
Morgan In his Dmniatlc Character of
Falstaff snys ho Is a man at once young
and old enterprising and fat a dupe
un 1 a wit. harmless and wicked weak
In principle and resolute by constitu-
tion cowardly In appearance but bravo
In rculltv. .1 knave without malice a Ihr
without deceit nnd u knight u gent -msn
nnd a soldier without either dlg-
nlt detencj or honor.
Iloalltt savs Falstaff Is perhaps th '
most substantial comlo character ihnt
nvnr was Invented. Wle are as weir ac-
quainted w th his person as his mind
while his Jokes come with double force
and relish from the quantity of flesh
through which they make their way as
he shakes his fat sides with laughter
or la re's tho lean earth an he walks
along. Other comic characters upon ap-
proach become vaporous empty and
often l-islpld. but this Is real to the
most denso upprvhenslon lying threo
lingers deep on the ribs. He masquer-
ados as a liar a braggart a coward
a glutton etc delighting all Instead
of giving often so He Indulges In his
own ense nppe-tltis nnd eonvrnh nee
perfectly unrestrained us there Is tio
flavor ol hypnerlsv or malice In it lie
nsnumos any charm ter to show tho hu-
actor In himself a'niost as much ns upon
the stage and wo no morn think of
criticising Falstaff from a moral point
of view than we should Ihlnk of bring
ing a great comedian who t? capable of
repreJiitlng him to the life; before the
po'lco court. We only see the pleasing
lights In which ho represents certain
foibles without worrying about conse-
quences for nothing unpleasant ever
It was one of his chlof pleasures to
ridicule the heroic Ideal of manhood and
genuine integrity maintained by the
loves to soften and hurostnlifl degtn-
Surely alstalt Might if ho otily lived
In our day be Invaluable as a defend-
ot rings and trots he was always
weighty enough lo break through th
most s'rongly woven Indl'1!'" t. Whea
you think you havB hun neatly suptured
he calmly flouts over your licit and dis-
appears so cleveily that joii have not
the henrt fo follow unless 1 li to en-
Joy a repetition of his winy resources.
Fatatart had rrwny Mleifs which utone
for his grossneva of body. Ills nimblo
wit common settee eoupleel with a vivid
Imiglintliin prepared him to do What-
ever lie undertook on an ample scale let
It be Ivlug. burlesquing or loading even
himself with Irony as -There Ir not a
dHngerous net Ion but I am thrust upon
It Well I 1 m't last forever It Was.
always et the trick of our Kngllah na-
tion when they hav.- a good thing to
make it too common. I would to God
my name were not so tcirlble. to tho
enemy as It is "
He nevei drops a subject until ho
shows nil sides of it In every posslblo
light. Morganr says 'There Ls no such
thing 11s demolishing Falstaff ho has so
much of the invulnerable frame that
no ridicule can detroy him. He Is snto
even in dereat and seems to rise witn
renewed vigor at very fall "
His burleeuue. portrait of Justice) Shal-
low which closes act third of the sec-
ond part of King Henry IV Is said to
be the finest ever drnwm and ls a spec-
imen of his marvelous wit nrtvt exagger-
ation rulstaff is too inuch a. philoso-
pher to havo atthlnfr In common with
real wickedness or rxoss crimen end
vices as wlcl edness i.lways undermines
Its own enjoy -pent ind crime requires
exertion n ad trouble followed by fear
Ot dvtretlon eilj Punishment Vlce also
blunt and deaden all sense of enjoy
ment a loss ha eou'd illy afford.
Falstaff had no taint ot env as envy
Is Its own tormentor. He Is always glad
to se othirs enlor themselves and
ready to help them when It c iues him.
no trouble or annoyance but he nevor
stops to philosophise over the lesser sins
bragging lying and dellng nnd a
little thieving when it can 1m eislly dono
or Is connoted with some good Joke.
If 'twere possible he would rather not
be gutlly of wrong-doing unless In a
Joke as ho would like to be honest and
tinrlRiit. If it only cost no effort. Ho
likes virtue less than vice ns It demand
more energy self-denial and self-control.
While ho well knows one must ap-
pear to possess such virtue .is hon"sty
and bravery and above all things au
thor.. y nnd honor yet it Is a mere do-
luslon to give up any pleasure against
the Instincts of nature in order to ob-
tain It At most honor Is only pomm-
nent to the dund who are Inseuslblo
Tho main features or adventures of
Falsuiff In these two pluvs ore his U't-
venture at O idshlll li act .unnil soema
second his personating Henry IV not
second scene founh his accounts
of h s soitlit-it act fourth iir sei -ond
and counteifeltlirg death at tho
battle of hhrewsbury In the opening Of
act tir h after nil Falstaff s pre-arranged
greeting of the new King load-
ing him Willi endearing titles one em
'not help reding sympathy fur Falstaff
ns the King sums up his oh 1 unci pro-
nounces his doom nt Him same time wo
realise he gut ull he deserved banish-
ment from his proseneo with tho clmnco
of reformation and promise of adv ince-
ment according to his' met u. Furivnlt
snys King Henry lu his niw position
oould not have afforded to give a ly other
kjnd of a. reception to this dlrtv slov-
enlv. debauched old sinner Who so pub-
liim as nis
I O. It M Meets every Tuesday nlglit ' j m. L.
In K of P. ball. Visiting chiefs always .
FRANK B. SARBBR Sachem.
II C. BAHMIOY Chlew of Records.
Guthrie Lodge No. I. K. of P. Meets
e-very Friday night in Mosonis hall Il
f'jjt Oklaho Jia aNeni e. .
G. B. DtrNNICA. C. C
L. S PAQ8. IC of R. & S.
Guthrlo Chapter No. 2 Order ot th
(Eastern Star. Meets in the MaaonH
Temple every second wiu imirai i'ii
svoulngs In each month.
HORTBNSB DOYB V. M.
AU HIXON. W. P.
' . . mm 1.A
Pnid Into water amt gf.'-nie mv... .--forms
It asktunos vowv hint tm .o tho
appearance of their future husbonl
which hlizi. is lilghtlv in the homes
of sunnv It ily as I . those of othi 1 olinics
sheds It liK'it around
Gar-Uol ci res ill kinds 6f So- Throat
Quinsy. Hoarse in bs. Tomllltis aim-
ply a gargle.
The Owl drug More has a fine line of
Xmu gift books
Guthlre Chapter IV. No. 6 R. A. It.
Mi-eta the Orel and third Friday nights in
eeel- month at A. V. & A. St. halt Visit-
ing companions always welcome.
Ou.orte Camp No. 681
Modern Woodmen of Ameri
ca. meats every Tuesday sv
fa anlng In I. O. O. I hall
jgl corner ot Harrison and Bro.j
visiting KSignuors ooroiaiu
D. M- TIBBBTTS Consul
J. Ii. BRSWBR Qerk
Knights nnd Ladies ot
Security meet 1st and 8
tfedneaday ot each month
a Masonic Hall 119 U
eirtu Ava. "VftlUnir mem.
Guthrlo Onmmandary Knights Temp- j gT era always weieomo. Dr
Jar Mewts second and lounn oioiiuaj. feasJ- M Andsr-
night. In each month at their asylum ta David .vn. l T art.
. . . -. .. ..i.e.. ai. Troiohts ' nan. Ttnanelal Secretary; T. K. toruaa-
A J .It A. la. na """ "" .--1 --
(iff KrD) ffa
don. Corresponding Seerstary.
It you will pay a visit to U10
Carriage aad Wagn Work'
&S2 3. Dlvlalon BU
We -eyiu gbow you bow we Ughttw
loose wasota sad buggy tirca wltbout
ruiting. waldlns aad heauag thi tUtw prearrlng the woodwork- m In-
jurya wonderful Invention which cost a large sum ot pony in onler to
bo uptodtte Our Bhpp has tho only Henderson Tlfe Setter ia thte bso
t!e-n of the Un.ted SUtea. We alo have tho very ldteet Ooodyaer nubber
T.rn t&eUt.e We put first cuallty rubber tires on any wheel that rolls bug
gy or wagon New vehicles made to- order. ItepariBg. painting ad trim
Wrjg our specialty. You aro Invited to vUit our factory the best equip
pad in tho Southwest
First das Horseshoeing. SCHICKRAM &. WICKHAM.
Copenhagen Dec 23. In no part of
Kurope Is Christinas more generally ob-
jieived than in Denmark King Chrls-
tUn will keep the day at the Amulien-
be.rg piiluce. In pitrlaicluil style wlh
all his children aid grandchildreu rcsl-
detu 11. Copenhigen gathered about hlrt.
The. feUvlUs will begin on unrisuno
. -i .huni..ii
1 ve wnen tne hblu kiihc .e" ....-
by his dentendants e"h In duo order
of precedenee will repair to ihe Knight's
Hal' at one end of wli) h .. euorniAis
I'hriM ias tree cut in the woods of
Ifc-rmtorff will be set up. The tree will
he di"i-uted with sllvet chains ard silt
.ones and studded wl'h Innuni. table
sum mid llglits Presents for e.eiy-
liely w " be arranged on -.ah'. ' down
el.liir slue of the ' 'U 'm4 wncn thus'j
h ivi Im 1 1 clu'y admired nt .; 1 wh-Ium
exchanged the Utile prill.- 4 and tni-
eises will Join hands and danc i aiounu
the glittering tree while "graniipniia '
smilcia benignly en the mrry e rile.
A pretty custom in Denmark lias to
do with tne Obrlstmus box or "Jul-
klupp" wliic.i ls enclosed In many wrap-
pers and Insert!! with the recipient's
name. This is suddenly '.brown Into tho
.00m by u. me. ng r st.-anguly and
t-ro'emutly dUgulsed who has ttrit
knockeJ loudly at the door.
Stockholm Dec 23 Christmas is cel-
ebrated in Sweden to an extent unknown
ALL Till: MF.ST BRANDS Or"
LIQUORS WINKt.. CI
GAUK I TC
t. CeLkioman in AttnUanc
and Bent Sarvlot In
J Hho Clt
ALL THK BKeJT BRANDS OP
S BKK AND SOFT PIUNKS.
DEATH OF A. C. POTTBIt.
This morning the spirit of A. C Pot
ter took its flight lifter un illne-ss of only
u few hours from urue-mle i.lsonl .g
due Vo fecsl lncaocity. His death was
a severe shock to bis numerous friends
nut few being aware of his Illness
A G Potli "itim native of Ne w York
inc. went to Kansas after meaning man-
hood In 1KS.9 he went to Ouihrle With
the rimli u.il In li3 Wl en the c'lmokei
outlet u;iineil hi came lo I'crrv whue
h has res'de i' ice vv.K one of
.he best buslress men In thw ten lien)
and for the "11st three years has been
h ud iMXikkeipir for Jartw Bryan lo-
cil at;e nt for tin Anheuser Ituacll Brew-
ing lompmv in I Mr Hryun s-iys h'-
never ha 1 a 1 ! c (.refill und effli h lit
man In his vinpl th.i 1 the dvceused.
Mr Po'tn w is a gr'iat secret BiKity
man. being a im mber ot the Masonic I
O O. K K of V and Bag! lodges He
excelled in ld Felowshlp being the
ranking member ot that order In the
It Is not dinnlte'y settled as yet as to
when and where the funeral w'll take
place but it will probably to at 'he lo-
cal tsemetc-rv. u.ide r the auspices of th
I. O O. F grand lodge ot which he
was a member
Tho deceased leaves no Immediate
family his wife having Jld In this city
sc.ne years ago A brother who resides
at Coffejvlllej. Kad will arrl this ev
ening when ai 1 cigein.nts lor tne tun-
erul will !! c-onoleted
The Clirtstmas Feeling
I like the ChrtotrjiiM -ellng that U rul-
ing all th air.
That fills the streets and busy stores and
I ifket the easy manner of lite people an
The bundle-laden people and the shop-
girls smiling sweet
There s a glow ot waimth and splendor
In tne wiauows mnimw".
Thero's a glow In people s face which
has lately stolen there;
And everywhere the belts ring out with
merry peal and ohlme.
Which makes me like the Feeling of the
happy Christmas time.
I tike the Christmas Feeling; there ls
nothing n compare
With the free and kindly spirit that U
The rich the poor the voung ar.el old.
all catch Itn atmosphere.
And eery heart for once is lull of fcood
01a unrtsimM i-uw
The holly is for happiness.
Hang It. nang 11 m"
When thi hoi nioi w. '"
Bhows lis id..' un uii tno
The holly Is for le ett'.nie cheei
Hang it hang I' I k'
While the glory ef tl. iur
LighU the heights of all the k
The holly is for home -side mirth.
Hang ft hang It blah
Till the dearest eltiy of csrth
Kads in snanes kiu k ... "- -
cllnton Be u
Christmas Folk Song
The little Jesus came to town
The wind blew up. the wind blew down;
Out in the street tho wind "8 bold
Now who would house him from the color
Then opened wide a stable door.
Fair ware the rushes em the. floor
The Ox put forth a hon.i-o neaci
"Come little I-ord. here rosae iny .
Up rose the Bfieep that folded near.
"Thou Lamb of God rome. enlr here.
He enured there to rush and
Who was the Lamb of Ond Indeed.
The Utile Jesus came to town.
With ax and sheep he laid him down.
Peace to the byre puace to the tow
por that they houseij him from H" ''
Llsette Woodwurih Reese In Lippln-
Prince as well as the external honors
which Hotspur was ambitious to at- uev thrust himself upon
ta'.i His own reputation Is simply a oWn reformation might have been doubt
bubble. Which he took delight lu blow ed uthenv!i
lug fur the pleasure of seeing it burst.
Cuming from a good family nnd serving
as page to tho Duke of Norfolk and
being on Jesting terms with John of
Gaunt he like tho Prince and Hotspur
despised the conventions which hedged
royalty and though the greater rebel
of tin. three- ho ls saved by his humor
mid his genius.
Mabic sajs he lies steals boasts ti-d
takes to his legs In time of peill with
such unfailing good spirit tliat wo aro
ihirmed by his vitality
liramles ells r'llstiiff the tulghleit
nnd wittiest spirit England ever pro-eliiit-1
Pull of risciillty 1111 genius
linn- was no tiaie of m clloeiltv in hlni
Always superior to h' surruuiolliigs full
ti witty resour.es atsiyi nt p tfrct
use though orti 11 put to shell". ySt
hl ifTroni ly iffiilually pnMi11.1l eni-
birruMSiuiil. Whei-v.-r sins he commits
In- In mi entiieij frm fioin 1n.1l ci or
hjpocilsy that he Itivurlably s. ems aini-
. 1 1 il.-. mid 1 Iuii ml ik. although la- a iho
hu t for the w. o.' .ill.
In lh tltt part of Heniy IV Fa'st iff
is still a deml-rfod supreme ullk. In
liitille-tl ami wit si. fnl and et so nnr-c-uml
bo old Htilji-n .jo youthful In all
his tastes and vice. Tho liec.ple of
culture wero moie delighted with Ids
m irve'ous uulcknms of fence whlota
pairles every thrust nnd In the nudl-
ie ss Which never leaves him louguo-
.led or allows him to eonfews hliusiW
beatsn. There was something for every
claa Of admin-is In this inounlu n Of
flesh exuding wit at cvury poro tn
this hero without shame or conscience)
this robbr poltroon and Hat. hoss
vary liiipudeiii e is poetic this brusen
yule with tongue as sharp as u. keen
c ixed sword
Kalsluff reu-hes the senllh of his mar
velous wli and eli.illery In the soil oquy
on honour which h- Indulges in on the
l.cttle tlel-1 of KtiM wsburv a solllmiuy
vvliieh dlsilniily rtliows the differ' ee Imj-
tw.en 1 he. other I idlng personages and
Himself an th.v n'l stand In a i.iiun
i.litiiin lu I101101 'I he King to whom
h inor iiuiuis ehKiiliy und power Hot-
spur to whom It ni ias th film mil
KU.ry which surrounds the 1 niu'img
I . 1 a the I'rlnre to whom It means ths
1 ntise luus ui'lilevc ment of gr'at d csts
wlille KilM'fT i n ho. k- 1 '"i ''-
n of nil thu l la enjoyable In life rtoe
I ir ttbov. and Knows Im utiei mti-
1 . ss With hl i hlldllke Im i" of
my sense of light or wronf It would
be lis ubhiiiel in pply moral bt in.iurds 1 lo aet
to him uu to liociius He was a 1 rea- 1 spli' r
lure of ihe puri uleinerilul nature
..... .... 1 .1. ... .... .. 1.1 1. un
ccjiiu.c .'J. i" ii " ........... .--. .
floating Joyfully and gleefully Ihiouun Ull sit
Queen Bess- surely could not ljavo pos
sessed an artistic nature or she could
never have conceived tho Idoa of wunt-
Ing to ste FalstarC In love Bho would
have reeillsed that his flguru was alrondy
a. rounded whole and could not bo repro-
duced. (Shakespeare promises at the cIobo Of
Henry IV a continuation of the hlsrory.
but failed Ire do so in Henry V. ns ho
evidently thought that Falstaff had.
played oui his part So wlosn the sen-
liine 1I.1I innsjti Issued her barbarous re-
quest It must hav. ptov.d in unwlilliiS
task atiij outrcged his s ns. of fltm .3
to be intoned lo ulttilv 1 iln this I i-
liiiltabh c 'i iii ter. so In iisurreets 1
whole ni. r 1 company ft an II' ury V
vvli 1 hml h t Ilia foimer ( 1 1 rids but U0
new Kali- ilf I" only un m .Unary amor
ous old eh 1. 1 uchei- siirioiiiiele I by a nt-
wolk of 1 In nlllBtuuies w(iiise nieslle 3 JIO
invlslbl' i'i him. Whili li" U coulluj-
ully dee I ..I he Imiglms he H ti 1
einelMi ni'itili.g hiltiilly tioin one di 1
lemma to iiiiolnei piovoUiug iiUKh'.r
more by his sufterlngs tiiiu hJ- 10 '. -r
lliizlitl B.ivs- "Wits "nn ph"osopueri
seldom shine as love is and 8lr Jon
preivcs the tiuth of llm adagn. Itul Wi U
ull these dniwbacks none but him if
can ho his conqueror Win n ho It Ji
comfitcd 11 Is not so nun h the salll of
Ms antagonists an from the fact that tio
has been 1 rsuadod to act u ii.ut t r
which ho h.is not been .lul.tled to t
eel. let hu still possess t enough of
his marvelous agility and taut to prevent
uny unplitisunt tiling ovur bin v ea
and fulluios snd to mnii-.il tho off. n-
slve ul ill. same time ki.-plng the com
Icul feu ores prominent The same lofty
Impudent t and subllmo effrontery wli 'l
save hun from renUxiiig defeat and mi
eloquent e.x.iggeratleei with vvhi. li he dc
lights to m off what -i 1 1 is most hull
1 rous In lis person or iurrnundliiit ill
these c.nil ilea though dim hi n ill 1
t iIiih. wli. his in or ige 1 1I1 of 11 ir h II
ultoie.tl 1 mo hltfli lo ! iffi-cle il b lli
blood of tli giape
Weiss hiss "'Ihe mii'ltous quinll-
lles if ni.Ic sink tlinnnjli the l"u 1
I lies of I.i rolundlli 11111I mildly ! 1
1 1 rranem w
In tho lerth
i istlmt Hi 1
niis ulr. 0I5
ve ry 11. 1
' tnoiigh '
so th it I
f brc id is
1 inclng I.
Immoril world 1 t as uge iIuaIh c Its ' gu I
se-in hlmlit and reveals tils 'udtng
1 ha rue n 1 IM i- hu wit smacks of c r--nevts
uie I .11 Vl.il 1 e Buys he ls only auvod
fn in ' onte 1111. by one of thosi 1 jqul-
slte touches with which the gn it poet
i. allies ' It ' I illHl iff
1 we 1 onsiil r the f H 1 ''ii he n is
liirreiint l.y roy il n1' without '
big an 1 h ii 1 1 th- i' '!. r .'inl 1
1 irt i 1 11. l " 1 ot hu
! actl hi as m cioi
never 1 Merr U s wi t in " li . xcl ilin
seityr oriti w mtr 41 eje.ul 11 ii i urrn 1
w il ii hldcsus ' ti il to in 1
t of lll I IC i It'
A Fearful Fate.
It Is a fearful fats to have to endure
th terrible torture of PIUs "I can
truthfully sav " writes Itany Colson of
Masonvllle la "that for Blind Bleed-
ing Itching and I'rotrutl.ig Piles.
Iljckliii's An.liu Kalve is Ihe Im t cure
made." Also beat for euU burns aad
Injuries. Me at all druggists.
Hawkeye Jan ny Males s gusrantesd
to euro Piles and all fckln Pise s Doeu
n..t atain anil act quickly. The world's
greatest healing power. 36 certs.
-mu tawsl I s n -v k. '
"'. ""."- .l"'..7- h.l.ht
IIUlM IIW -
Bringing tJoei irom !
Jf...rl- 4.rk.ua Into llirht.
Freeing man frorr. satan s might
Ouldlng willWn on to right'
With thy angels robed In wldte.
With thy ihfi.iiciis fneesi right.
With thy ici. "'li-r"JflW'
Come again th ai IMy Mght
It Bauta Claus roi..d bring to ate
That which would please m host.
He'd bring m bov iivit Idea lu ate
And place II In im ltast
If Santa lluus would hi Ing to me
That whl.h my nti.it would brim
I'd ask him to bilm- tack to roe
My old belief In him
Tho remove thw L"rlc Acid from the
Liiood preie'ita Its further Pom i'!"i.
Hid heel the disur I I'd Kidns an I
They art a true Specific provided by
nature for this naoet distrc-aslug dlssKiss.
J. H. vVailsce. Pharmacist
The Kelson of Indlosi n Is op.)n US
Kodol I'vspvDSlu feirci '"i ii ttKe-.il 'H
nn iVFipBia wUI do e-w rv'hlng f 11 1 1
i'arn.u li 1 hat an over! iJ4 or ov.
worked stomach can not ilo fot its. If
Kodol Togcsts what yon -it gl.a hO
stomach a rest relUn-s i'lur Hon 1 t
belching heart-bum iiidlgl-stlon et
Bold by '.;. R. Benfro
Shoes advanced an over the country
except at the White Hou SHoe Satore
114 W Okla. Ave.
t t d c.4nk Grocery
-..y We per pe.K
THK "AMOUS SELLS FOR UES0.
OF THfc BEST FOFt
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