The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 26, No. 130, Ed. 1, Saturday, January 13, 1906 Page: 4 of 8
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SATURDAY JANUAIIY 13 190C.
SUll Puerto Plata ought to accept
iba. bombardment and be grateful for
thus ksing Jablo trigetsn plaso oa tbo
Upon reflection. Senator DlackbUrn
will probably decide that It Isn't
f?oh while this time to .begin to fight
3jQsEKti G. Rathbono wants con
rresi t& .vindicate him. Why major.
that's more lhan congress tcan do for
m. rf M. - -"--
itsexi f" ..to-ii
Mayor McOcllan says tb!t be hopes
rj to leave Mow York city bcttS than ho
This ought sat -to bo iard
Those thuds that you bear out'on
the sjdewalk nre only Inexperienced
nassencerri falling- oft ibe water
A John W. Wadswortb Jr. used
to' bo baseball pitcher. It Is no -won-
der that bo was able to fitrlke out
It must hurt Joocf31acliburn groatly
to think that' a Kentucky genUemnn
luiB-Kiricn knocked out by a inero
Indiana woman has amassed tfoo-
000 la a millinery styro. Ko use to
write; ebB has Just niarrlod tho man of
If tho President should only rewrite
that message ho would probably tako
back all those nice things that he said
about Morales. .
The canal board is now dlscusbing
Its plans. Tho board "would please tho
public by digging Its plana Instead of
It Is understood that tho stork is
greatly discouraged over his efforts
to Increascftho population ot Breathitt
Still it must hurt Wall utreet aw
fully to'TBBdjth&t tho country Isn't pay-
ing the least attention to the street's
present HUlo flurry
The Moroccan crisis Is again occu-
pying the conter of tho stugo. Moroc-
co must have had a Castro in charge
of its affairs rocently.
3 Secretary Loeb has a son. Tho sec-
retary bbould duly Improes upon the
infant tho duty of supporting the
Who would be a klngj Hero Alfon-
so of Spain will soon have to wed
pome mere European prlncoae instead
of a pretty American girl.
General Booth attributes his good
health to the fact that ho is a strict
vegotariao. This probably saves him
a lot of worry bver beef bills.
'. : . ;. ..J
Santiago Sunto Domingo may fall.
Jf Presidont Itnosevalt hears about
this bwJU pro'bUbly insist upon be)pg
on tho sot to Iwlp pull Iho fall off.
The bonded dabt of Kow York city
baa Increased f96D0O.00O within tho
past Mr years. It costs mone to
feed a Tiger with meat at tho present
Clurles 31. Schwab has moved into
lf! ?5.000.000 borne. Now look out for
the magasinai to get busy ant) publish
t lot mora of tltcae suoceeo storle
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Tfte Now ybrk fjiiao cjoimlloner
is mH to be a great snoiaty man. He
.lil not bavo tuuoh use for hla soalal
oMpllebtsittvbWovpr itl holding
down Lis waeaat tob. L
0 (Chmm Rcord-HerW.)
tJ Tbppl ft tfev carpet-bagger
nuor Maor Rw ot Milwaukee to
ih. Anzoat lo rle In defengs of
-tur biTtfjyui "tba Mreia o? Tik.
Mjt lua-jwiiu tb bKHq ri niartyrj as
fibavt the anttrit of WarSRW" 18 KfSi
uiovlt n.ubv ''"Oulters of BltLJS'
along with TDkoi
But tho Btatobood Insurrection that'
Is being plntidV3; t'henower.bouso of
congress by liepublfcah sarfembora Is
anything but funny. It Is serious. It
la dangerous. It Is a disgrace to tha
men who participate- lb It
Tho motives of" the Republican con
gressmen who want double statebood.
will not boar lue JlRttu Democrats
vfiio Can rtasonnbly bopo tbit their
party will win nil "four senators from
two new states Arizona and Now
Mexico can take their slaDu on plain
honest BGlflshneea. But the Republi
can Insurgents can not even plead
party aolfiahncijSs. Their reasons must
be sought In hludon placos.
It is especially unfortunato that
with (ho statehood Insurgents somo
Philippine Insurgents have associated
themselves. Theso latter aro mens
who do not want to give- tho Philip
pines a "squnro deal" In tariff matters.
berauso coruo business interest which
Is strong either among their homo
constituents or among their other con
stituents fears that some time some-
how iri a way that nobody can make
clear their privileges .will bo lesson-
ed. If Speaker Cannon can outgeneral
toe Insurgents who claim to have six
ty-seven votoD or fourteen more than
tho number necessary in alliance with
tho Democrats to defeat the measures'
ho will have dono tho country a goo
Knld Events (Rep.): The Guthrlo
State CCapllnl editorially elves publi-
cation '-ftlie rfollowlng- crvdltlns the
same n bolntr u atatement made by a
member of the supreme bench: "Thn
town (Enid) fo liken horse. Willi a bad
eyfri-olwrtya lkbTg-lrojijinie'.Jv.S o-shy.
at." ' Iti 'tjlnc "cditoilnl pubncatlofi to
UiaKmcment tho Cupltnl thereby en-
dorsee Hit Sentiment of the expression
and v'rtually blurs every citizen of Cn
Id. Tho State Capital sayu "Enid la
like u horse with a. bad eye. and in
KnyiriR it casts A fencer toward our fair
clt wh'ch cuta decs and will bo remem-
bered. J'crhiipH tho Capital may think
it VH1 win by audi publications but mo
will wnit td eo. This wo know that
by its course durlne tho past Uiroj
ytr tho State Capital Jihs lost nmhy
thouBumlH of dolliira ind about nil '.he
But)ttantinl aupport in tho terrltdr
tthlcb nmounts )o anytblnc. Wo hrtVO
nnvo onvaVB iikea rmnk ureer penson-
oily but hla paper linn for the past few
yeaca. ocsimled jucli a poalUon n to
iintnsoiilzo tho. powerful intoroata uhleb
cuut ovur the territory. Grer will jot
lenrn tlmt thnrw lit n powerful political
lnfUinuc located ciutatd the lty of
Ou.lirlo with Ha houiUtuariws In the
ally of Haiti vzliieh must b reckoned
with. JJIh iirlnalpHl trouble la that he
lias fallaur (dr brrn tied tin ao ilw- ho
culdj n6t) to "mu'to medicine" with
tho men of th territory who are uble to
do htm tb most uood ntwl Who will
Hold the reins In the future. lie Uah
cIviiik to the tuoiildertne vine of the
past oiul surnly tho tendrlia nrn llp
pirn; and slowly ho Is wlldlni; down tho
wall. Oreer tntay ytx rls'i himself. In
wh'ch ovent fie r 'i lb ' prosperity
inny iikRln 1 titr i l n roxolv In hla
dlrvetion l'ti'mra1 Never! Perhaps!
Chandler Tribune: A MoTaBgert.
ex-preildcnt ntid X. BIsvcll ox-socre-tary
of tbo territorial leasees union wr
turned down In fnvor of hew mop. lJoth
of these men liuvo been faithful con-
ststant diplomatic oflcors. 'JJoth. h(fve
spent tlino'-and money lhcy.ca.uld llitof-
ford to spend without any clmnco of
cpinpeitsation. They have been courte-
ous' and consistent and havo kept In
mind that if success '3 achieved It tn'ust
be with the aid of the public. They
have MdVDOotrd conenatJvc measures
and have eve been wllllnic to take the
public into their confidence. They have
labored' to keen down all 11) feeling on
tho part of th public nnd their suc-
cess hi tliit line has been matkod.
Thoy and iholr friend havo caused n
rvondoifu! clmttue In tha sentiment re-
gaining the sale of school lands. The
only criticism offered to their adminis-
tration wits tho fact that th"y wero dem-
ocrats and under tho leudcishlp of
niehard ltnnslng.onv of tho most radi-
cal lopiihilcans of tho territory they
wore deposed with dispnteh. It vl)l be
rometiibereit that Hnnsing traveled over
the terrltpry last fall adVUlnz losied
to volo tho republic n ticket. No one
denies tlmt llrinMnV had that right but
tho lnoonaifitcnt pan Is where he oon-
slders it .t crime In McTaggart doing
the nw 1l)OMt be'ng lialf so radlcul.
i'he talk of'fHe Haiwlng beoplo was tliat
the object' of thu mactlag waa to turn
down the wicked democntta nnd Install
a good true republican Hdnilnint-MUon.
The TrllMtne rerognlzes thut Mr. Han-
tlns mmna well to te lesveee and really
bellevea that the only way to ueced
Is to elect rtHHtblic.uu to office. Thto
policy may uI8o the reuuhlltuuta but
Hill not make many fi lends among :
dMiieerattu McTngwart tried to keep the
UHlon out of politic and nevwr tns.de a
liolitltMil speech before a leaxeiM' meei
nS. itaasinB trav.tod for Jne wpnawjbaiMjquartPre seven young negro crap
'UiflT 1 M414I1K IUIHHHII JHflTtlllSUW
before lewwee" m(lngti. The principle
f the )! towlt: The wile of wbddl
tend are tight nnd will ultimately pre-
all li aplte of th political lalriimwt
f uny one but tho oau of th ia
j would Imvtt bean nmoJi butter
ervd by th ejection of a eoiwwvutlve
fpuUlwn like Young of Ukhh.
foraoujt wntd cvwhre 'o distrib-
ute aaraptwt M$.0O weekly and ox-
aenaa. addre "Maafttni Wls. Clit-
cago. l4Mvttv DeouMMHt: It wvn't bo l9
now until tha republltuHi Pro of Okl-
xm will be ohtlmlng UwU the ItaHdfMl
rf dDwerais In ongrM re rIMHrt-
A. tor lb dfeut of tl.k tatiKHd bill.
Wlto w cofisldw th raot tltat tbte
tut aonunh dmwcit In eoujfrea t
vM ahOisuii. we a1!- at a )um to un-
Jam.Hud Jmw thw oould djfcat a
.pnntuf om if iheir wmd to.
l$4b tf: Tke otdui 1 tyul !.
it tielr twrltorfctl wealing at Verry.
tdepttd . TefiOtulleji aandeinnhig U
ipselt dJllvetetl by a U &w M
wmib ttr fus Twrttcrwi Ttehv -etalliMi
held At Kali. That tuaii.
I ht wut nrt.Httewpi! uivutaen! (u t
to et Wtlii the aeJiwi ladx waw
I -.iff Obf. ihlrtdret bfj-dl W Cer
JUvo you Hirlfirhf? Got 'n tiOv of
'nj....u.. .. -. ... -.
d? tx an lit mv trn i- and lKy v
1 r- .( J) OKj - x
REBEL LIST v
THE HOUSE INSURGENT
MflRE DESERTIONS NOTED
Statehood Bill Now Carded
Breda! to Dtlly Leader.
tWathlnaton Jan. 13. tio chanuo was
mado In the situation as regnrda the
insurircnt movement In the house toJay
pnve that two or threo member were
hdiird of who had their names scratched
from th0 rebel lint. Theso members It
It claimed by the organization members..
wcro misled belnc told In one case at
least that tho Hamilton bill had omitted
the prohibition clause as hpplled' to Ok-
lahoma. Oiio man slcncd the roll upon
this representation. After lookluc over
the measure however ho discovered
that tho prohibition claUso wus there
applying to what la now Indian Terrl-'-
toty. and the OsacdmaUcn 'In' Oklahoma!
lender of tho lnsurcet)t. forces. and had
IJ lmmedlntcly hunted UP air. Babcock
hltf namo erdaed. This man waa from
Ohio where thcro was a recent
on? tho llauor question " X
Similar tactics U l c'.Mmed p;o be
inp urv on other jrTembura by subetl-
tufiiH?ojptr Bluer subject fop prohlbl
16tt und tho Insurtcnts have beeh try1
Inn to win others sinco tho slnlwnrt
llfilor havo been tuklnir away soino of
tho lorlglmrt lnsurpents. Tho latter It
Is claimed are iloglna; irround and they
aro not clalmlnc ns many members as
Tho statehood bill will not be consid
ered before noxt Wednesday nt tho ear.
llCflt IX. inay be reported Xrotn the
committee but not noted upon. Tlu
roRiam Js t jiass tho Philippine bill
londay and havo a. pension day TUei-
day then to follow with tho statehood
QUTHBIE BOY TO THE FRONT.
Pronounced Success cf Dr
Dr. Jqbn LawSttn polder son of Jud(-e
nna wr. t j. GoWiSi la makina; a one
cea ia iiB4Khpi brofoaalOn Imrk
cent lantte- dt uto Nrvv York World Vr.
I'older la-ctvn credit for a new record
for speed hi jmo or llio Now Yotk hoanJ
pitnl upibtilaitces irolni out to attend
to nn Injured patlont.
Dr. l'ehler came with Ida narenta from
Texas ijf' 1SSD and has lived horp con
tinuously over snteo except when hb
sont at school. Ho attended the Uty
schools here tho Sawnce TTnlverslti ef
Tennessee and cm dinted ns a doctor
at tho Medical unlvarslty of Vnnderbllt.
Nnshvllla Tcnn. Krom there he went
to Now York took a course In the cele
brated Morgan hospital In connection
with the Iiellovnc hopltnl for the. past
two yeora and has now been appointed
rjouse surceon of the Harlem hospital
nn allied hospital of tho Bollovue. Thla
success has '.ten achieved by persUtont
uork and hard application and shows
what win bo done by a younc mun who
has tho vim .nnd energy. Ho is only
twontjvthreo yearn of nco at this time.
He will flplh In July and return home
on a V'sll to hla parents.
8eM tie v? im Kind Ycj llava Mars BopgH
Suit for $5000 Damages..
In the district court today suit waa
filed py Cutherlno It Echoner by her
roxt friend Mary Schoncr vs. B. Jef
fcraon Allen nnd Jctximo McCarthy
dolne business under the firm name of
Allen & McCarthy. Plaintiff auks dam-
ages In tho sum of 35000 from tho
laundry owners for nn Injury to her
arm vhtoh she sustained while working
at tho laundry. Tho arm was badly
crush ed in the manelo which plalntift
Btntes the owners of the laundry ware
operating without an appliance known
a a guard which is very necessary to
the nafoty of tho peraon that operates
DONE. THREW "CRAPS."
Coterie of Youthful Bone Manipulators
Came to Grief.
Chief ot Police John Catos assisted
by Officer William yampnor. mndo a
good capture last night about ton
o'olook when thoy haled Into police !
Bhootes. Tha gang wb arrested in
ajt upstairs room in the old Ileeves
building at the cornor of Second
street and Harrison avonuo. In po-
lice court this morning Judgq OlstnUh
Benteacod each of thm to ftfty days
on the rook pllo or fifty dollars. Thoy
aro all in the lookup.
It was color day In court thjs morn-
ing and Joo White who Is uotwlth-
ataudlyg hla name vury blaok ai-
pearod tc-inswor to n charge ql car-
rying gun for the avowed purpose of
shooting his wife. The caw wa can-
tlnul until Monday morning at 0
o'cjqok. White was krrestail on a
wairHUt issued nt thu instance of his
wifo Mary Whit who alloa direful
things of bar lord and maKor.
RENTED THE FIRE WAGON.
t" ' '
Qyef the Protests of City Attorney
Wayor DtA. at th eduucll njeottnij
THtiriKjjy lht nsde arrapottifii
for the renUlrot Will Brunner's 'cS!
bnxc 3 ftre wrjjom at 60 for sixty lyt
wMlt tho v& wagon la fn dpcH for reo
pa!3 ciryAttOTney Jfepbiirae pro!
1 K k "j
IMKMKMm.Mnm JBMaMaMaam "J.".
IN FORTY-EIGHT HOURS
Cold Affected Head and Throat
Attack Was Severe
Chas. Wr. Bowman 1st Ilout. and Adjt.
1th M. S M. Car. YoIb. writes from
Lanham Hd. as follows:
"Though Romowhat nvorso to patent
medicines and still moro avcrfto to be-
coming a professional affidavit man it
seems only a plain duty in tho present
Instance to add my experience to tho
columns already Written concerning tho
cnratlvo powers of Pernna.
" have been particularly benefited
by Ha use tor eoMa in the hed and
throat have been aisle to f filly cure
mytelt ot a moat jheyere attack la
forty-etght hours by Ms use according
te directions. I use It aa a artventlve
whenever threatened wlihan attack.
"Mcmucrs or my lamuy aaso nao it
for like ailments. We are recommend-
ing it to our friends." C W Boyman.
f e-ru-sa Ceatains bo Narcotic.
Ono reason why Perunahas found per-
manent nso in so many homes is that it
contains no narcotic of any kind. Itcaa
be used any length of timo without ao-
qoirlng a drug habit.
Address Dr. Hartman President of
Tho Hartman Sanitarium Columbus
Ohio for f reo medical advice. All cor
Toapondanco beid Jtrioily confldontlal.
Ask Your DruoaUt for Free Peruna
Almanac for 1906.
tested vigorously saying tho proceed-
ing was Ja hlgh-hitnded outrage" and
"violated ijic spirit of the injunction
now on." Mayor Duko caused tho
clerk to read a letter from Justice
Burford saying tho rental of tho wagon
was perfectly proper and had no bear-
ing on tho Injunction.
Bari tt j? Ito Wn(1 YoallaieAlmrs Bought
HADLEY SECURES NEED
ED WITNESS IN F. D.
WAS FORMER OFFICE BOY
Leads to Results.
Special to Hilly I.eadT
New York Jan. 13. John D. Itoeka-
f oiler's former olllca boy John J. Coik-
blll now a curb broker will bo a wlt-
ness n the Biandnrd Oil InauliY. The
knowlodge that CorkhJll could furnish
valuable Information caino to Attorney
General ITadley ate yesterday he an an-
ponymous cammunlaatlou from the trust
heudu'iarters r.t No. SC Dnadwy. That
"The nucleus of tho otttlro Standard
aj-atoni of th world ! the conildential
department room 1110 at 6 Jjr(Hidway.
Wt i. llemla u tn inunager Uemls'
oia aecretary John J. CoikJiJll ktiowa
all Its secrets "
The commuuioailot) was signed "A
Glpric In No. 9 Hroadway." After a
long hunt Attorney General Hudley"a
messengers found Mr. Corkbill last
nlglit and scWed subpoena on htm.
Tcrmlnoloiry Kup Itontufcu Ultra.
At tho recent I'.ontgen congress In
Berlin n special committee adopted the
following terminology tot the new sci-
ence: Itoutgonogrnphy is photography
by tho rays; rontgenoscopy is observa-
tion by Itontgcn rays; ortjrontgenog-
rapby In place of orthodiagraphy; ront-
genotherapy and the verb "to reutge-
nlse" in Uielr obvious meanings.
Nature's own remedy for ihe euro
of Bright' pisoase. Congest tdi of tfi?
Tildneys Bladder Tioublo Dropsical
Swolllugs Gout Orsrel Jaundlco. Dla-
betsfi Sieoplossries Nervousnew Fe-
jia?e fJompJajnts and IfjcfisularlUe and
0aXMIS of lh Ki4tty
Blood and Uritvry
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A Pr!nces Train Tn Training.
'Jlio train that Is to carry Uie Prince
of Wales over the East Indian railway
durlug blfl tour of India 19 undergoing
continual trials miya the Calcutta Hall-
ways. If tho prince appears on sched-
uled time ho will lmvo perhapn the
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lite world has ever seen. If ho delays
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Bland n fair chanco of being v.oru out
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The Latest Pad.
Lately women havo taken to stand-
ing talking male fashion In- front of
the fireplace after luncheon or dinner
instead of pinking gracefully into tho
uearedt comfortablo chairs. This is
however no attempt at ruannlsbuess
says the London Onlooker but almply
tho following out of tho latest medlcai
fad which advises us to stand for at
least half nn hour after each meal to
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MISS PEARL OLSON. First Violin.
Mlaa Clyde C. Reynolds Second Vlo-
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Wlion wanting music pieaso call "write
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The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 26, No. 130, Ed. 1, Saturday, January 13, 1906, newspaper, January 13, 1906; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc76355/m1/4/: accessed November 13, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.