The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 157, Ed. 1, Monday, November 4, 1907 Page: 1 of 8
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rim Guthrie Dj:ily Leader
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA MONDAY EVENING NOVEMBER i. 1&07
GOV. HASKELL'S VIEWS
ON THAT EXTRA
GAMBLERS A REST
Wires New York Paper on
Governor Haskell received the
lowing query from the New -"
World thig morning:
"In your opinion does not the finan-
cial condition of this country Justify
un entirely nonpartisan request for
uh extraordinary session of cougreas
for currency reform: Kindly tel-
wing i the governors an- Mt velocity for Ave minutes was 41 office of the two senators. The euab-
. though brief is to tie miles on October 7. ling act provides that the governor
If my advice Is worth anything It
would be to declare a ninety day holt-
das on the stock exchange thus sus-
pending the necessity of using all the
money in the country for Wall street
purposes. With the cash then at hand
to market the crops the wealth of the
country would be so Increased an to
init the country at ease and even carry J
I lie auU'IJ'1 lUIUUfttl Hliuiuct irotiuu
or reckless financiering.
The flnaucial plan of our govern-
ment cannot be changed In a day. nor
hurried to meet the demands of the
moment. Tlte next congress certainly
should tm.'e amends for io neglect
of the past by adopting a financial
s.vsteiu equal to the needs of com-
merce and free from any spirit of
favoritism to any class or domination
of any special interest
"C. N. HASKELL."
M'GUIRE TO OFFER
BILL FOR LANDS SALE
Hpeeial to Dally Leader.
Wnsliiiigiou. D. C. Nov. 4 Repre-
Mutative McCulir of Oklahoma says
that one ol his first acts as a repre-
sentative ol the new state will be to
lutioduce a bill and urge its passag"
LAWYERS OVERLOOKED A BET
Should Have Joined Rough Riders and Had Judge-ships-for
Washington. Nov. 4. A couple of
lawyers overlooked a xood oDUortunity!
when Uooaevelt organised the Rough
Rider regiment. Had tliey enlisted
and aone to Cuba even only as legal i
advlserg to the colonel" they would
now be federal judges ot tne uew state '
of Oklahoma. The other day when an
Oklahoma man was boosting for one
ot the candidates he called attention
io the fact thai a couple of Rough
Riders had Indorsed his candidate.
"They are bully boys." replied the
Piestdeut. "The trouble is 'my boys j
;-.re scattered.' 1 wish luey would get '
together on a couple of candidates for !
judges. If they would I'd name the
two lu a hurry."
Aud then after a moment's reflec
Hon. the President added: "Uy George
1 wish there werw a couple of lawyers!
among in nougu niaers. u iucic
wer0 I wjuIU appoint them Judges."
Oklahoma candidates for federal
jobs have been on. good behavion
hero. Whether It was due to their
natural Inclinations or to a Joke per-
petrated by a former Oklahoma man
iHn't. known. When the first bunch of
lolltlciau dropped Into town the Joker
called one of them aside and quietly
told him that tbe administration bad
called In some of the secret service
men to keep tab ou the candidates
aud their Managers
won't stand for a man who d'inks or
won') stand for a man whj drings oi'idiclal districts iu the Indian Terii- ;
caiouses around and he has taken tury When statehood is proclaimed'
steps to find out the habits of the there will lie no territory of Oklahoma I
various candidates when the are ' nor any Indian Territory. When the!
away from home." t Western di-;rict f Indian Tnrritoiy
The Joker to make the cae stiong was created out of a portion of the old '
said that "Pussyfoot" Johnson the Noitbein d'.slriot the courtb held that
government lustector who has give.i all notaries had to tie recommfusloiied
th bootleggerb aud gamblers such a j This is the ilv precedent dug up so
i un lu Oklahoma was among the far. If (he deparUueut of Justlc. rules
st c ret aervit-e inen detailed for the that all notaries must be recomiiils- -work.
Nearly all of the Oklahoma ' sioned much trouble in business and!
bunch know Johuson They have seen legal circles mv ensue Xearlv all '
him around the Inte'io'- department business f-aimactioiis l'i ihe India. i I
fienaeutly recentl) Tbe story soon j Tern loi it'lsiiug to oil and gas iesses '
Hiiroail to nil tlie other eandirlutus . must be acktiowleduwl and whllf the!
Ati a raanlt th eutire outfit lias been
eueuer goou or miguiy earerui. no
money has beifi left In the saloons
permitting the Indian to cell tho
lands owned by them within the new
"The cry for legislation wiU be
fully realized when It is understood
that one-half the U-rrltory of the new
Mate of Oklahoma comprise lands
which have Iv en granted ia time
past by the United State to the In-
dians." aald Mr. MeUulre. "Immi-
grants are flowing into the new-
state all the time and Its prosperity
will lie enhanced If these millions of
acres an be thrown open to tlu
WAS COLD AND WET
With a mean temperature of 2 de-
grees and rulnfall of 3.42 inches Oc-
tober 1907 was a colder and wetter
month than the average October for
the last eighteen years. The mean
temperature for October during the
last eighteen years has been 61.9 de
grees and the average nunraii i.vi
The highest temperature durlmr lust
month was 8 decrees on October 2.
The lowest was 38. on October 28.
The greatest dully range was 33 de-
grees on October 10 and the least
dally range was seveu degrees on Oc-
The total precipitation last month
was 3 42 Inches and the greatest dally
rainfall was 1.48 on Octdber 3. The
accumulated deficiency since January
1 Is 2.87 inches over the 'ast seven
i'he mean atmospheric pressure for
the month was 30.11. Tht. hlghes was j
30.35 on October 13 and the lowest
was 29 09. on October 7.
The nrevnillnn wind was from the
south with a total movement of 8M9
miles. The verage hourly velocity
I was 11.9 miles an hour and the high -
Ten days during the month were
clear and ten coludy eleven partly j
cloudy. Precipitation occurred on six
days. Thunderstorm occurred on Oo-
tober 3 aud 24 and frost on October
((1IATR TA A T DJ1T
lift I L IU UU II) UU1
I'M GOING TO KILL YOU"
(Hy Associated Press.)
Nashville Teun. Nov. 4. Dr. P. Mc.
Fallen a prominent physician of West
Nashville was shot and killed as he
was preparing to step into his auto-
mobile yesterday hy Tho. 8. Hush
a well known young num. McFullen
and Bush had been close friends and
thn t rased v. therefore has caused all
sorts of cou lectures. Bush is reported ! ture meets. This will throw their
to have walked up to McFallen and election the latter -part of November
said: "I hate to do It but I am going or the first part of December depend-
to kill you" H then fired tin. fatal' g upon the day fWed by the Presl
Bhot. Hush declines to Milk and so do
the friends of McFallen.
BRYAN HELPS CAMPAIGN.
(By Associated Press 1
Lincoln. Neb.. Nov. 4. William .1
Bryan today delivered addresses at
Central City aud Strom berg. Tonight
he closes the campaign at Osceola.
and mighty little liquor has
drunk lu the hotel rooms. The man
who put up the joke says that the i
bunch will now be In shape to go back
home aud enoy constitutional prohi- (
bitlou which has Just been fastened
on to tue new state n
vole of the
Judge Frank Parker general
oruey of the Frisco railroad who has
snent a week or more- here looking I
after the chndldacy of his son. A. F
Parker for federal Judge Jarred the
Oklahoma buueta the other night !)
declaring that be had never been in
the While House in his life. He ha
always been uromiiient in Repub-
lican politics in Missouri and was a
delegate to the last wo national co.i-
vent Ions and helped to nominate Mc
Kinley and Roosevelt. He is a tie
quen' visitor lu Washington and is
always taking a lively Interest iu na-
tional affairs at 'he affect the West
especlaly appointments to the fed-
eral bench. nd yet lie hah never
tailed on a president nor even walkeu
through the Whit He! e
Will the uit-M-nt notaries public in
Oklahoma haw to be recoin missioned
when staiebood comes is a legal ques-
tion that the dpaitmt'iit of justice
may have to solve The aie all com-
missioned now us notaries for the ter-
ritory of OHahoma or for ceiialu Ju-
Jwoik of recouiuils.knins the notaries
is m progreaa ihiwiimhi win iw ai a
TENURE 0l? OKLAHOMA NS
A MATTER OF PURE
Under Alphabetical Arrange-
ment Gore Will Have
Special to Dally Leader
Wahlngton. Nov. 4. -Two questions
relating to tht United Slates senator-
ships of tht new stuie of Oklahoma
have been checked up to the senate
officials here for solution Otic Is in
.regard to the date of the senutoilal
election by the legislature and the
'other is in reference to the tenure of
shall within fifteen days after the
constitution is proclaimed by th. pies.
idet aaeenibk. tile legislature for
.the purpose' of "electing two United
States senators according to law
The Impression among the Demo-
ciuts of Oklahoma has been that the
legllattire could elect the two sena-
tors the tt'Si day of the session. Hut
thl cannot be done. There Is outv-
ote federal law on the subject and
that provides that the senatorial lec-
tion shall be held the second Tuesday
after the convening of the legisla
turc. This law is always followed b
ilk- tBlublUhed stites.
Inasmuch as there is no other law
relating to the first senatorial eleo-
llua of the uew state officials- of the
senate hold that the general taw must
uppl. So the two senators ot Okla-
homa cannot ne elected at least until
the second Tuesday after the legislu-
ueii foi Oklahoma to come into stale
Willie the legislature will elect tvvi
senators it cannot nx the tenure o
Urfficv of either. Thai iR decided
lot in the United Stales senate Th
senate is divided into three Hawse
and a stale cannot have its two set
ators in the. smile class. One flat-
will give one of the enators two year'
tenure another class wtll give one
four years and another class will give
one six years. Slips of papc with the
classed marked on each will l( placed
in a hat If the senator entitled to
tho first diaw pulls out Class 1.. he
will b entitled to the six six year
term If he pulls out CIus.h 2 he will
get a four year term and if he draws
out CI ubs X he will get u two year
Colonel Robert. L. Owen the Chero-
kee Indian and Judge T. P. Gore
the blind uiut) will be elected senator
if the Democratic legislature carries
out the will of the Democrats of the
new state as expressed at the sena-
torial primary. In drawing lots the
names will he arranged alphabetical
Thai w'll give Gore the first draw
Col Owen usktd ii 'the senate would
not permit l'e two st natoib to settl
the uuestioi ol terms between theiu
'selves He was informed that
would not. He uli-o wanted to know
i"' a resolution of the Oklahoma h'gih
at-'attire showing its pietcunce would
I lie accepted us a guide b ilhv senait .
and was told emphatically thai
FIVE PERSONS KILLED
25 OTHERS INJURED
(By Associated Press.) !
Rock Ark Nov. t.- Five pel-
kitten and a scoie oi more i
in mi nil lit I tinud-itii 'fv.lHulikt liiit u'Linii I .
'i itinfti lit. Mini iui.v.iniii ti'im uiii n i
-' viiiiuu !- ')inl " Hill Bli
w .nth .ltllfi(l frlhl n.m Niartr':.v.
........ .......... ... .-T-. ' tar''"
Switch ou Hi lion Mouuian. railroad
laid umht 1 be dead Gad) KuiKc
. i i . "unl'ilt'i Uuutle. H. l.. ai in tsaiiieii
num. vtiutt- (MfaiM.1 i;nin. iit'igiu lluuift
i to unknown white hoys. The injuied
1 lie I lute Allied Piiei. hixteen )earr
oid of 1. title Koc-k. taially si aided.
Tvkeniv-ftve others were Injured some
i nertoii.il . hut their u unit's are un-
known ui pre.-.eut.
NOTie OF THE CLERKS
V It Frame coutify li rk of Car-
lei couiii) is beie today. Mr. Flam-l-
a Ih-mocra' who believes wlt.i
.lai'l--on t.iai ' (o the vicitn Ii. louijfi
K. Hlvetiy county eouiiuissioner of
i uiter count) is here today meeting
wHii the e uty clerks He sld I
help- e in Oklahoma!! being fo.
Oklahoma let us prtrooie houe in
: dusir Had put on lht label '
j Cmwby Hoard is hnre ft on) Okfiia
kce coiinlv. Mr. Board wi- menihei
of the constitutional conw-unon irotii
his district. He stood for the elect.
as register of deeds "f hi- con
this time and was elated b a nl-O"
majority Mr. Hoard is a ft m believer
in lalmr unions and sav- all things
belli): equal patronise home nulustry.
Joe Coster county attoi m v elect of
Haskell county. Is repr. -.tilling bin
county In the county cleiU meeting
Mr. Foster is the youugesi county at
torney elected In Oklahoma. He !
Just 22 years of age. However he is
young In years only; be Is old lu legal
knowledge and W cwnsld. rd one of
the beat orators lu his poition of (he
8. .1. Folsont county clerk-elect of
I.e Flore county la here. Mr. Poison
is a Democrat of th old school and a
"campaigner from who laid th
.1. S. Teiry. chairman of the bonnl
of county commissioners of !. Flore
eovnfy .is here mingling with the boys
and giving some good common sense
ativlce as to the handling f county
The new county official heie today
aie an unusually Intelligent ami good
looking bunch of fellows.
M. .J. Williams repreacuting Okla-
homa City Typographical Union No.
283. Is here mixing wlHi the county
officials Williams i-4 stem winder
and knows his business thoroughly.
His slogan Is: "Keep Oklahoma
money at hone and see that your
printing heats the union Libel." Will
lams Is a capital good fellow and fs
doing lots of good for the iaue of
Knuii let Ki.ui 'o i -it Austria.
is convalesciuu In. in ;t - vei e
llliuss which it wu- Uiotight Hi Olle
time would prove fatal. His al anted
ane was uiucli against n im. he hav-
invc cel-luated his seventy-sixth birth-
day last A":gnt The heir to the
tin one is At hUuUe Fiau. Ferdinand
wlio mairl.d Countess Sophie Chotek
nt:oiincliiR the right of Ufa ttflrs by
I-er to the throne.
TROOPS SENT TO TIIUN
MOVEMENT TO PRBV8NT
I Sioux Tribe Making Com
mon Cause Willi Ules
(By Associated Preaa.)
Omaha N't b Nov I Ord"rs havi
tecelved i. itt'i headqil.it it ' !
In hMU T)
ieliuiii.'M ' ' o squad: oie
j "' "'.. .Secud I up. u .-tales cavali
' i ompoi d ol eih mu uie.-. to 'I h i
Blblf nituneiit. The oiiimiuid left
Fort IK's Muliies lit if.-hl Ii i u it
kni'A'ti wu Ihe ail In niial i;j i..'
sen. but it in ilion: lit 'he nlo is to
pleVellt am poll lull e' lie HlOt.X title
making common cei ttb th. I ! .-.
TIAMER GntS DOWN.
(By AswKlai. .1
Koston No' t 'I 'i
of Hiruiiughuui ii' tin
slilp compan) -it ia
reuu St '-a in
i leilg" iu ilie
harbor earlv tod.c Wit. ImiiiiuI nut
and sank la ten ratli'un. of water '1 tie
Reptejaeutativi Niov ui. of TuU;. (
III the city. II- vti'l -ioii move Iuk
family to (!:in:.. M. NoivhII m
puaihing Hie da in - ' X .1 h -. ai
of Tula for secit-isiv ot ihe coipoi'i
X vbittfeafe- .; iff ' "
COUNTY OFFICIALS HOLD
Clerks and Coipiissioners
Consider Plans for Buy.
I'm -mint to the call ksuwd last
v- i. hv Govet not-elect C. N. tiaskell
nu liu- county coimlssiouers-elect of
the pew counties iu the new state to-
gttbei with the county clerks and
count v attorneys of tach to meet hete
in 'otiveiition to organize aiui arrange
for a uniform set of books and sup-
plies to be used hv ea h and to en-
courage economy in thu buying of the
saute representatives from the fol-
lowing couitles met iu the Brooks
opera house at 10. UO this morning:
Adair Alfaira Beckham. Blaine
Wyan Coal. Caddo Carter. Canadian
Cimarron. Cleveland. Comanche
Creek Craig. Bills (larvln Grady.
Harper Haskoll Hughes Jefferson
Johnson. Kay Latimer Oreer Le
floie Lincoln lxigan. Love Majo'
Marshall Mayes Muskogee MeClatn
MeCurtain Mclntoih. Nowata Noble.
Okfuskee. Oknrtilgett Pawnee Payno
Pittsburg. Pontotoc. Pushmataha Pot-
toWtomle Roger Mills Samlnolt.
JMuoyah. Stephen. .Tillman Tula j
wgonei wasnmgion and woarart.
Hon. Hill Cross secretary of state-
elect was made temporary chairman
1)1 ITiiee hpi-eeh hi tliailUed- tile
county officii s lot tlie honor coufe
red upon him and in his haracteris-
IIC vvt y delivered all addtess (u the
!iiip(irti.'( e of iitiifoiinlt) ot the
icioids ol tin dihVii-m connlli's
(S'lvernoi (' N llnskell was thv-
tilht tpealiet tiilioiiitced lie deliver-
ed u ringing address on the purpov
.if the meeting aud Its ttupni lance
lie encouraged economy saying thai
he was elected by the Ihrlty. haul
working ccunomlcai people and tuat
ne projKise in rernm to nave ...
government ot uie state run on an
economical busls. He Kaid he wautt I
the county clerks and officers ta havt
plenty of supplies but not to ordr In
such uuantitles and of such iiiaiii
- to work a hardship upon the tav
uit.veis of the state. W- placed th
' -liliiale of Hie .'Ctltal auiouui of sup-
p les needed at the present lime a"
.'lout ll.iiii' wot Hi It paid foi j ash
.ml ll.no on a time basis tie ex-
plained hih plan of iu wiui ing to
finance the counties so Hie new eoun-
MeK will st i t in a cash Iiusih. In ad
dtiiMPg llr ( b rks le 'iiiphaii?.)"l
the :aci that in- only way Oklahoma's
iiidisiie- would thrive was liy buylnv;
at home an dpationliiit; the Oklshor
Uia iuui Mt'uii- He ;ili urgfftf that
tbe work beai Me- miou label. Ho
urged the apptilnine i ' of tlu-M cyutt'
mlttees by Me orga;"Uk.
Governor Haskell afd:
"I believe that everyonci of us who
have been' entrusted with the Iniport.
aut official duties which' out respec-
tive offices carry wlllt ikom pprol-
aie the importance of this tiecaslon.
For the convenlenoe of government
tbe state la subdivided into oouuttea.
The counties are the important unlu.
lr ts I nthe ounties tkmaelvef tlit
lite people get most directly eontieot-
ed with the part of goverutnant that
is of the most vital importance to
them hi Hi counties you initiate
and create the local 4m;itwm m
You conduct yow sciuui. ou miu
Rg- the affairs of ..;. i.ihk it tlmt
are not only of the greatest Intetest.
but by fr the gn at -I Item of eA
ueuse to tile tax pa.vir Tht volume
Of money Hun mn le. eiilleet and
i lid r iim allv auoii! ta jiii tunes as
l'ieai a the t tu ui ' that IU' stsle
ilineilv liaiejb s Appi tlating Htih
i u ill' loll t- A( jP do belleveil
that it wa ud viable to Invile the
cpi ' itaiiv s f the people to
ii llileicliaii'!- lde.l to look
lino at q e-.uoiih tba! will cou front
all oj u:i. and from the mutiiul Inter-
i eatii'e of lrt ax ariive at plans that
v...alil tn.se th tov iimt-nt of thl
'a'- mil it'i sevtral coiiiilies as ef
s ii tit hh hj s aud ai the sow
ttitte tn e liiitiinli- as it would be poa-.-iblt
l havo goii'l Kove rnuieut.
With those ideiic iu view I hope
I in.iv ! pai dined t(i tak;K a few
inbuilt i of youi Hue- lo dli-caiss the
i aiir:- ol iih.i -tat'- Home lit the
ii i ii. inn He liniiii Stales have
time to ridicule our county
Iconstltuiioii. but unfortunate -
map an (loo
ly did tio h.iv tin -'u addititi'.uil liOle
to niudy ia.- ni'lijei't that ihey were!
i alu i ll'ig lufoi iiuat" indeed b the'
ii an who talkr hi -i uij thinks aftei-'
M-:i.l if be evel' (lliio.i at all I Can!
ma li.ip but lecjil tluil hoi I of .v'Holt. I haiaen bae been liiaib- 'hat
hiaiiHuotii wliein I think of the erltl-'she ha.. t-ejj rtMinected with Hie mat
clsm upon th count map of the Mtr
state if fof brief comparison I use
the conditions in the state of Kansas
I want von in imdertand that 1 am
not speaking in diet expect to that
state. I am using It because It is one
Of the pioHpeiiius StHtj'S. .Illcl If o'tS
condition at present are belter than
Kansas then we certainly have not
ing to ft a i or to .ipolojii.c for Kan-
sas is subdivided into ene hilielreil
and five coutitlt's with an average area
of sien liumlred and eighty siiii'
miles to the c: unity Oklahoma is
si bdivldi'il into seentfl' fimn'ln
with an aveiage area of nine hiiudiv.l
and thltty stiusuv miles to the etuinty'!
So mttcil Tot the sle of our coun'l
Our smallest count v Is n hund.-ed
slid thlrt' mid square miles Tin
smallest cniniti u Kalians Is oiii Im I
died ami -iM' Nipiaie miles .ml
there an' ilmi ii'nii mallei th.iu
our smallest 1 1 he een-ns m li'io
the nelau miiiii.iI ioii ol the slate of I
Kalixas i'l -.(iii.iii ii'llt wan iiKhtieill
.iple l! the nteiil i ensile in oii'l
HP o I .ui'Uiti mpintlnii pel' i
I s( lire mile Is i'i'ii' pi ople U till"
1 1 ( imI ei n -i we hnv e no county with
j I. than the thousand. s lnuidie.l
.tiinl light) II i pn'i'le. That is Cim-
h 1 1 (iii county We km1 only m conn
lief under I'll thmiMltllt piipillllttoit
.ei oiitiiv Knu-.e. has fort t'oitr
eiiiiiiiien with h " than ten .iioti-nii'1
population .mil thiitwMit- counties
with less t Min "in sijialli'st count).
Fioui i he standpoint if taxable weal! ii
of course we lime no definite n'li'i"
iis to o i couHlcM out'-t'le of the old
ountles of Okluboma But upon the
most earerii! estimate based on what
reconls me ohtulnahle. 1 hellee 1 am
safe In saving that we l.aw not .i
single count v with less than one half
million dolliiis taxable value and not
over lle with less than a million
Kansas has tourteen ci ninth's Hh
less ihi.n one mill' n dollats ttiuble
value aud Its lowest valuation in auv
one county is two bundled ami sit
ilnoe. tliousand dollars.
There are a gieut mun thing.-.
which I hope this i t'ng will eon
sider. among them the subject tlmt
has attracted the attenlon of every
ont- of you from the foi ty nine iew
counties is how you are going to exist
and meet your bills pay your obliga-
tions that will accrue duHug the first
eight or ten months of slateliifod.
You will not be able to put the taxing
machinery Into operation quick
enough to give you any money from
that source for probably nt least ten
months. The ptactice in most of the
other atates and territories to r- j
sort to a credit am em giving
vouchers or acrlpt or whi ran. payable
at oBW futtire date. tiwiaUy Hdottnii
M t th Ut of . l The re-.
sul) has been Invariably ttuft those
warrants would be handled In financial
Circle i of a value less th.ui par.
Orten. even I" "'Is lerrllorv it I am
told and the sum was true in Kan
sas and oilier states often sellliw as
low as fortv or thltt cuts on the
I dollar fVou cim t I' right down as
'a set t leil fact that the loss n-st. on
the count) If oiii paper- k onlv
worth folly ei lit on he ilollui m"1
can safely .ismiiiic that you will oul
gel foity ci nls woi th nt' goods ot auv-
thiii's ou hiiv with lli.it wan mil Im-
'a dollars w'oilh ol wurinnt Now. i ati
uvoid that condiliou ' an we
-. . .. ..
ih .... WM i. Us upon
lanv oilier inve-liiieilt Hint could be
i obtained anil so In- us I WO Con
(Coni iiiued on Page 'i)
AFFINITIES FINDER INDICTED
Pretty Tracer of Lost Souls Accused of Using United
Chlcugo. Kv. -Uncl Saw has
stepped It between Cuplu and tb-
wen and wcinu whom b Intt uded to
wound with hia arrows
Tlw United States gnat"' Jr u
day returned to Federal Judge 8-
H ftethea au liidletmeut against Miss
Marlon Oray the pretty 'atlnltr
Cent' of Klglu. accusing her of using
the wall to defraud.
Now Cupid la VNtepiug ud sorrow
fully looking for another agont who
way be succwaful In luriug viatttus
w tbln rauge of bis dart aud mwiage
t. lo ttp HucUj Sam ia good huotor.
Mixs Hray derouro black eyed
vouui: woman waa arrstd Uut4
in mtli iu Ulglu by Deputy Untied
8tate Matiibal W. H tirlffltli ad
iiio.iui'i io Chicago. he w la
clti.te. 1 : "gearcJUiglit Clod'' at
Kigin a mat i imualgl ataeucy with Ihe
a.iiwut ;i'i' ot locating "lost
' alTllnl K
' Miss Ula was aei u.-ed of liUVlBg
i failed to trace Hie iniMlut' aifififty ao
ea'.eil) f .'! b Ml .- MaHUC (OMI-
man ot Milwaukee Ml.. )lliP
' s' anxloie- to lnul In affti'!'
'bat 1" Is ''"' ' 'a.i - i" M
' Cil av . to aid lu i Ii
to alii lu i Ii. e.'ii i
Club i Investiy ite 1.
Tlte ludeial .i.llboull. . iMvan '
qillel iuvetatnutloii the n-hnl or
whuh it said. nai. tin dlsfioniii '
that tho Seaichllisbl Club wa "
ailllii ovei u wide u.eit l I 1 1 1 tol -
anil bad nam piusim-i i ivi i In n' -
Ir u iiaiintl Hia' Mir. 'liaj e i
boeloli.l'-l and h'lj lei I i -' ul 'H "
lUt. lllViltH) Oj
01duttiu the ui
!ol()ei - ecute
the I IllwitUi Oi Alttlugali "ill. vvae
uiutrimoniul aKi'iitv in
tUlltlH to llllliplele
bet sliiiliex uiil viork in Miieilow
Itewi.id Ihese lev fail ahoci In i
pel siilialil'. . Mii-n t I rt . 1 1 in.illii il Hi'J
Still l.lliallin nOIIlething ot llil-l' '4
ilel lliotliei' lh 1I( to III' Ileal' I"
MAY L'AND BURWELL
AS FEDERAL JUDGE
Dinwiddle's Iiiferfereiice in
Patronage Fight Disgusts
Special lo Daily Leader.
Wntotliigiou l. C.. Nov 4 - Ther
will tuobabl) in un aiiuotuicemtnt of
Hie Oklahoma ledeial ii)mIiiI ineiiln
atiout the middle of next w "eU. Ac-
UMilioni aiui ileiilals. verbal charged
ittitl cuunteiihaiges. Isinstitig 41)il
UiinrUiiig. hav- rhataclei i.ed Hie Ok-
lahoma scranihle today The preai'
int. the nil. me v geneial and the
eeieaiv of the Interior aie UM'iR
tiiri- to tboioiuhly sift all charges.
M'Skih lkitupart aud (larlleld went
ovei the situation with tbe President
this mornftitf. Coventor FrantR aiiii
Htate Chairman Hunter were at th'
White House at the same time. LaU'i-
Frailty and Itiinter called on Secre-
tary (larlleld awlth Ralph Campliel'
their (-andidate for Judge or the Easr
ei i dlstiici Bdfral court and had a
conference of more than an hour wtui
linn. They did not appear Jubilant
when thev left but would admit tlotll-
ing nor would they sj what tuitl 3S-
curred.at iit conference except th'nt
ISe-'rttaty tiailleld plied Campbell
with truest inn. '
A light has developed upop Sir
Ciitrnwi'll that may become serious.
The PiiMidetn was vislletl Haturd.ty
Ijv llev .Mr. Hurpii. pallor of .1
ch ich in OUIalioma and K C. Dln-
wlddi''. ui im t il agent of the Aini-
Salooii leauue Kiv. Mr. Harper de-
ciateil Hun iheie n.." i-euous objec-
tions to Hi eapiiointineiii of Mr. Crom-
well as i i .In. but he would not K'J
Mil dela'N wlelliir these objectloiM
ei.' lia-iil .poti Mr Cromwell's op-
position t" piolilbllloii ot ol her rev
"All 1 hiimv tlllH Hi"-e people could
have ut'.llii-l loliiwe''. sain Stain
('bill man Hunter Is that h hustbd
fir I lie Ri publican ticket at tbe last
(Continued ou Page .)
iliiioitlul ageucj businrss lu olher
pails of the count i i .
When Mian ia an first arreated
I'oMottit'e inspector Slu.ot offered UI
hav Im icIc.iM'd with a slight fluu
If shv would disiiiiitiiiue her "Bean-t-h-light
Club' il illd tbib be said bo
CMUae she "a not au old oifeudor.
Defies Postal Authorities.
Hut Miss Li' : K-riibiil to prouitsA.
ah defli I Hie iistul authorities and
insisted thu Ini tuiiuess was perfucily
"Instead of b.-iug punubed ana
said. "I shoui'l I' lew.nded tot ttuailuif
and reualttPg ' uffiuluca.
"Tbe count i t dotted by couplea
that we &v in ought togeher who
oherWlSs wmilil havo beeu Uioptug
their lives aw. in solitude w'tb
nothing utoi- Mii.rianital lor thelf
' .... A. . a . all.... a fmlf of ltuuu.1
JUV W IU u nii 'iiaii a in nw.-
stwl kiss's ih) ai not to be
pared to th euum. vatiety.
"My lim-aiie.-.'. is eilcHy legltlguate
Sud I lilt end ti. keep It Up. I CU f(lr
agioe. if n.i --ai y and my eUtutg
will otue into '"uit aud testify; fog
i iii i i an ii iii picking- affinltlei
ill M- aie ! I Oil I SO time WiMUi
.i. make m utul. -.. Wo try to study;
i. .oiii ye ..ruiiiK of those who aomy
' H-. rm ..id it a .ouug woman wish
1 i a '.'"-: fur i uiutH we have to !
i. i inn iwiiihei' ohe reglly has thM
. ti miwiauii ti" I" apIIOClll the PIUS.
III -.iii!.- iae- ilioy lire of tbe bgr4
uinl lnul Hi.. mI.h Hiev really WSlt4
va. .. i ' ' ( . iiiuduttor or bftck-
..-. In ... h .. es . do Wht
i .n i iiupii ue t:aie." a
Letteit Wars Cunning. V
I .S pvi-iuoiog.v . iireii-i into tn4 paf.
i nm of the "Beau-h light Club" sad
the ' mind" that itliet-ted afbilrtl Is
said to be solelv t ait of Miss Qray.
'riif U-tlfi wri'ttu hy tbe club P
. .Uariou (iiev. .M.tiiauer.' irt SglU tq
lull b.eu fiiiiiu isly pbiused TilM
f. il. ml auHjeiiiu-o found (Wo Sunn ln(
Lci piluied to ituitat typewrttln
Iwhb'h weie :: to appllcaau.
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