The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 107, Ed. 1, Tuesday, March 17, 1908 Page: 8 of 8
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Tnj3LKADEK! :M&11M KLA. '1TKSIUY rAHOIT 17 1908.
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U qulcdlf Bluorbcil.
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tho diietisMl mora
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SMelds tfoe Food from Alum I
' GUESS NOT!"
RKOOICLYN S T K E E T
SCKtflS FOLLOWED JJY
SUIT IN COURT
Special lb Daily Lender.
New York March 17 lift lug boon
ul)i iMixotl to appear liefon .1 Ige
Oan in ap 'ini tnu of thi xupreoit
tourt Hl-ooMjii entprday Mr Ethel
RiVci-Gohl mith was IdentiTi-d by
it o men :ib the woman tn wlitmi th.v
hrd b'eil married AY lion nskt'd by
tho court II sho wtre guilty
Up riiI wio Is pretty BjnIU'd at the
JirJKo tlion Kfgslo!.
"1 bclloe somr ono b$ liwn xullty
tbli;uuiy and will call the attention
orxjlm cno to thv grand Juo ' said
-0Ti)j aorl nrly fnlutcvd and wo Id
wave failOn to tho tloor if she lmd not
b'ii fll3lfld to a fbah
William U. lUvere of No TO fievn-
t ihirl (revt. llronkhii tttflH that
lu whs married to MIb Ethel Stanton
b tho Rev. E. II Wellmnn of No
Vfi Vst NltiPty-Jlrat strent Manhut
tati in nceftmber ll He said that
at that time sho wna living with her
p ntitu at No. 24 Pros-ptt place and
HOME MADE CAKES
GOLD MEDAL FLOUH
ooooooo oo ooonooo
17th and H. Street
WASHINGTON D. C.
100 riooms GO Private Datlis
Amerloan Plan 3.00 Per Day
Upwards; With Bath $1 Ad-
European Plan $1.50 Per Day
Upward" With Dath $1 Ad-
ditional ' -JW XXI
A Iitgh ilu boU'l ciinduetfd
for jxiir comfort Itciuodclod
retnrnl-fud 'hrnuphout Ulr'ct
Uy on fir Ha" Union. Btatloa
Stti mln u " h Caiiimi 20 mln
uU'. WhopB and Theatres. 10
miaul" lo lilixk to White
Houftc and Kxcutlvr liulldinga.
0i(rflti.' Mctropolitau Club
Summer Season July to October
Wity-dd Inn nd Cimukcb.
hnh L'Uiwne N' Y In th" Adl-
romiark Swluc 1 Umi of Amer-
ica. H minuUa (mm Sarntrga
Send fni Itooklet
CLIFFORD M. LEWI3 Prop.
IMH AHB WOMEN
IJw Bis h t niHir
irriou f Uili
Hi OBCOiWI 1Wt HM
ut or iMMMnn.
Horn bf unttims
or Bt ta tM n"
lit trrfi MfAil 1 t
tl 09 orJlll i n
ClituJH nut a riiiM
nprintY ' "i"l quii k relit f
""v .ill ttwtlliuE In n tn o
u' 1 1 1 u d ) a rfuu ! iiiibii nt 1 ure
Trial ticnthu-nt fclvtii it. -to ntfirsrs
nothing fairer Pi . 1 r ular ImiU
niwijinl uad fic trial tn-Atjiunt write
Iir Ii H i.rjhi tionu lie Q At
3 t flMr 1 .- i3AiHi
PjSjll 1-r.tfAW fttllM
jHswr' '' 3t
as well known in thi Park Slope.
After they had lived together for a
Hlmrt time TUwrn tentlfled hi wife
Teiry A. Wcrnberg counsel for Os-
Cai 'Joljumlth who Uvea at No. 204
De Kalb avemn- and who is flaking
lot- an uwrilment at his nmrrlnfeo.
askod Mrs lUvrB-GoJ8mlth to eUmd
up ItiverB indentured her aa Ills wife.
Rlvere ten till Ml that he was walking
ir Knltui Htieet itu day recently
T.lnm he mt hla wife with Godnlth.
What dt jou mean by goinu with
111) fcife"'' he Bays ho demanded of
' Your wife?" exclaimed Goldsmith.
Vh. be is my wife!"
Hot words reunited and Mrs Ulvers-
(lotrtfiinlth utlfled that he hod mar-
men t. Wjhn the iron recovered their
fimners thy doeltwl they had both
married hi and ftoldamith began an-
nul Tnt pr ceHdlngs.
UoldHinlth te. tlCod that ho lmd ninr-
iiM lli woman In IlrooWjm on Dec. 19
im7 Hi onobornted tho story loM by
Riven of the meeting Jtt Ftilton streol
and -ld he had no prevlovs knowl-
fdeo f the marrinire of hie wlfo to
Ju!ro Cran then asked Mrs. Hlvors
OuHcmlth If tbi- nmrrletf Illvere. Sho
RlyjtJiKl hut when she brand what
tho JMlse said the amllo loft hor
faoe. .lude Cratm tobk the pnusrs
anl leservod decision.
Mr John Rlhn of VlnlnK ia snyB ''l
hnvo been uellluK DoW'ltt's K1.1mp nml
Bladder Pills for nbout n yoar and thoy
elve bettor nalisfncllon than anv 11III
1 over sold. I hao uvd them inyaelf
vlth fltib ToUlts. Sold bv C. It IIHN-
BURSTING STEAM PIPE
THREW QIRLS INTO PANIC
(By Associated Proas)
Nw York March 17 One thou-
sand girls employed In a ten-story
factory building in Twentj-tourth
street fled from the building in pan.c
today when a ateain pipe burst In a
room on the sixth tloor. The report
and hiss of the escaping etoam thor-
oughly frightened tho two hundred
girls emnloyed on that floor and ns
tney rujfiiod Into the halls in n mad
tltKht to safety tholr cries nrouBl
others and from doora at overy land-
lug glrla and women Joined In the rush
to the Btreet. The coolutun of the olo-
VBtor tuuner. who kept ills car mov
liUS duiiiig the panic aided In Qiiletbig
the panic. No utiA was injurcNl.
0 I Wixv-r "rfjj. -cr?7- T7 . -v -r-jM.va tt m a? . -. ra n 1 1.-" W'?. 1
iBffTi ' Spfiflg Millinery and Solil Opening Wednesday and Thursday- ..
"M flWJ ff M-.l- Oil. -T1.JI l!Ai.L. 1AAO You arc cordmlly invited to atteua this II
il I March loth and 19th. 1908. j-i"'"'i jtasrr r j? NiL
Ju ff occasion we iav gathered together a representative hbowiog ot liats.and Quits that are to jS. zJUt&-P Jk '
afmi&Ji be the Oiitie ol this i-eason. We luve spared up time ur eipense to secure (or nnllnli nmm ujjii Trjlpn-iTprSy iitwr
SsW" women tie same stvie ODDorluulties as .ne to bt louuu in tJ ucairo or ixew joik rim i n 1 r n rTiMMiiiiiir w
be among the nutnbr who
NOTHING ON FILE Tlt.1T
S U O W S ANY
TO PROCURE BIG
AfAnWEV EEC '
1 I UKWC I rCL I
Kosenwiiikle Merely Re-
ed Rumors Sccre-
gpoclal to Dally headdr
WftBliltmtoh. Miiroh 17. -"Secretary
GarfloJd lm auwerod tho Tillman
resolution in Ids possession ieavdInB
the lot of $760X0 lald to tho Inw-
yers Mttuflld aicMnrray ft Oornlsli.
for their services before the Choctaw-
flilekimlurv Indian rrtirt Like the
'oommunuatiou from Attornoy-General
Bonapai'to. Hint from Sir. Garfield I
iln his communication to tho senate
Secretary Qarflold nays:
"A thorough examination or the files
of the secretary's offl'' and the Indian
oilllcs discloses no concrpondenru alll-
davlts evidence pntwrs or uthei In-
formation Intimating 01 charging that
members of the Choctnw-Chlekashnw
CltlxsiiBhl-p court wre brlbeil In con
nectton with certain Jcdslotw render-
ed by thm.
So'retni'V Gnrfteltl gives the record
of tlio court and of the employment
cf ManaOsld McMurrnj" & Cornish
and refsrs to tho refusal of Secretary I
I Hltchbock to approve th? fee or $760-
Jt'CO ittilll advised by the nttornoy-gon-
Uml tlml- lin luirl nn iHrnntlVB
Interview With Rosenwlnkle.
"Tho respDHslhlllty'' Mr. Garfiold
cotuinuoe. "lifts with oongrees which
by the act of March 51. 11)03 upset tho
action of tho secretary who on tho
prooodlng Pebruaiy 20 had fixed tho
fee of Just a third of tho amount which
tho court a authorized by congress
actually did fix.
"I undoraJtAtnl that at and since the
time of the payment of Uiat fee there
were claimants whose eases were set
aside by the Citizenship court alleged
that Maiisfl'ld. MoMmrrny & Cornish
executed undu or liiiproper lulluonce
over tho court
"During the summer of 1907 nn at-
torney stated to afc officer of this de-
partment that he wuhi offer evidence
legardlng theee rumors and he was
urge$ to do ao By roferencO to a
memorand-urn 1 Di3 that In November
tills uttorue brcnight before me n
Atr Rosen wlnkla. who male gtffto-
mftntt reKanllns nllad lmnroner !
conduct on the part of the members
of the firm of Mansfield McMurmy &
Cornish and Judge Foots (deceased)
and Judge Adams of the Citizenship
court. Ho however declined to allow
his name to be used and rofueod to
rtduco to writing sign or In any way
tr substantiate liU statements.
"Baited Upon HewrSay."
"Mr. Rossnvi Inkle's statements were
not different Tixim tho rumors to which
1 have above referred As his state
in mi U worn uvrtwodly based meicly
uppn conjecture and hearsay. I gnvo
tliu mattor 110 urtbor consideration.
occasion we have gathered
be the oiiue ol this i-eason.
women the same stvte oDDortuulties a- .ne to be iouud in
styles will bt authonatlv;
will throng ouf store or these
Mead mtloklv. Kp.
stores (J)O hniMpji o(
Tasto ana Smell. Full si. '.0 rls atPntfj-
glls or by mail la li.iu.l form 7' . nt.
My BrOlhots 60 Warren Street Kc-v York.
Ho it now quoted In (lie public proas
fts wring that lie bad no knowledgo
of tho truth or falsity of the charges."
I am thurofore unable to inform
tlio senate what foundation if any
there ia for th charge of bribery
against certain members of tlio Choc-
taW'ChlekMaw court which appeared
in tho congressional re ord of rob. 11
1W8 Tho records of wis oince uib-
closo no founjautloii for it" '
Tho reply of Secretary Garfield 1b
not satisfactory to senators who sook
to uncover tho truth It Id understood
that Benaturn Tillman and la Fblletto
will endeavor to hate a resolution
adopted provldiiiK for an Investigation
h a somite committee Other1 sena-
tors desire Uml Sorrptary Garfleld be
aulhorUal to make tho Investigation.
It seems certain that notion of some
kind will ba tnken ly tho senate.
Kodol Its a Bduntlflc propnmlloh of
vogotnble acids with natural illgeslnuls
and contnliiB the sunio juIcVs found
In 11 hanlthy Btomnch I3nch doso will
digest mora than 8000 ijrnlm of good
food. 'Sold bv C. IL RISNFUOr
Disguise of Satan is Fatal
(Continued from Page 1.)
had now likimlwl Into a thick mixed
couglamoratlon entirely covering her
fa e and crlouly luconvenlatiolng
her Miss Schmidt hiimmonei a phy-
Phytldian Also Fails.
He declared there would bo no
tio.'bfc J- getting the iialnt off. He
i.ent to A" rk applied chemicals and
pYhaustl-ti ovory means liU skill and
Ingenuity could suggest. The palut
not only wouH not com? off but seem-
el to be working below the Bkin in
places ami began to oae intense
Other aoctofs were called In Ph-
Bi iana from a nvdfus of many milea
amund Blaok Creek wore ont for.
Const'Itntions were held and numer-
ous mathoda of treatment tried Noth-
ing ttW Uio least goml. The paint do-r.-3
ovory ofPort of tho medical moii
as It bad tho home applications of
Four wsolw aftor tho tnoBquenulo
Mis Schmidts condition had becomo
such that It was neoeMnrjr lo sond her
to Chicago for treatment. In Chicago
she was given iny ukUs of troatmont
but onco more to no avail Symptoms-
of bloort poisoning finally developed
the rnfortunnle girl dying within a
LOCAL OPTION LAW VAL'ID.
(By AssootatecT Prosal
Jefferson City. Mar h 17 Judge
Jefferson City. Mo March 17.
Judg Gntt of the supreme eourt in
an ' pinion to day reaillrmed decisions
of the Missouri o'rtB upholding the
constitutionality of the local option
l o! Mlcsu.irl
jj THOSE ON SICK LIST
Roy Rholoc lg on the sick list.
The condition of I leutenant-Gover-nor
Belliun) shows a marked lnipro
niPtit over jesterday. and If no re-
lapse sets In he will probably be able
to loBiime blh official duties within
together a representative hhowiog ot liats.aud suits that are to
We have snared no time or eipense to secure (or Guthrie
and cap be relied on for the coming season. We want you to
two days WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY
1 iBm' f I
i it j Xi 1
III 'f"'l'5"''S O
Coats a little longes with wide long lapels shoul-
ders a little broader pants full English peg; these
are just a few of the many points that characterize
our spring suits.
I Spring p FfS $f
Call for Public School Officers' As-
sedation for Oklahoma 1
Whereas Tho public school interests
of Oklahoma demand that wo uni-
formly co-' porate together in main-1
tulning tho high standard already in
vosruo and realizing that there aro
many things of vital importance need-
ing our Immedlnto attention lu Imlld-1
lug here in our' fair ntnto n public
ocnooi syaioav inai win no mo pool
of anything vn thb-Southwont; there
foro bo it J
Resolved That wo hereby issue a
coll for a meeting In Guthrie "VVqdnoe-
day and Thursday April 1 and 2 for
tho purpose of organizing a public
school officers' association and that
v.e urge tho attendanco of ovory coun-
tj superintendent city superintendent
members of boards of education and
member of stnto board of education
and examiners of Oklahoma to be with I
us on salrd date and let us begin I
tbgt which will redound to the credit
of tho Btato and to ourselves
B D CAMERON
Stnte Supt.' Public InsL
ROY C. CAIN.
Supt. City Schools Guthrie Okla.
W. E. GILL.
Co Supt Osngo Co . Puwhuska Okla.
Prin. Logan Co. High School
DeWltt'ft Little Marly Kliors. small
tiafo. sura llttlo llvor plll8. Sold by C.
K'altli-'. w holosonio. ratln altiufbo-
Btowod by Satin skin croam powder.
You are cordially invited to atteud this
most fmpoitartt event of the spriqg r
Millinery aud Suit 6eaton For UIbCw
Chicago or New York ThQ&canuerjte
Isn't It True?
That the young man or man with
youthful tastes wants snap style and
individuality about his clothes? . We
find it so an'd are prepared to meet
the ever increasing demand ior
That Something Different in
Dress For Men
Blinded By Glare of Stage
(Continued from Pano 1.)
The other letter was wrltia on Jul
2 1805. In part It rati:
"Of ciiunso 1 know no ono that I
coulu ask to help me out of my trou-
bles better tlulu you. When I get my
mlmi settled I will .rlto you 11 long
letter and tell you nil about -what kind
of u time 1 lime had' in the last three
jeUrs. A little of tho time has been
pleasant but the rest has 1kcu bell on
earth But I sup'iose that was my
fate Yet m life has been mUerable
all the way through I suppoee my
lif- Is doomed to be one of miser)
and I will ti and bear it without mur
"I will yose hoping to see jou or
near torn Co booh again for you are
the only being that can Bjmpathtze
with me. ou are the only one that
I have to tell my tioubtes to. for I
am more alone than I was fifteen Ion
years ago With long burled love I
am still your May"
Don't let tho baby suffer from
eesotna soros or any itching of the
skin. Doau's Ointment gives Instant
rollef. euros quickly. Pcrfactly safe
for children. All druggists sell It.
O a. JB & O XL I J&. m
Bern th j7 Klni1 "3V8 Kun
O HOME MADE DOUGHNUTS O
O From O
O GOLD. MEDAL FLOUR O
O FRED SLEEPER. O
O 'Phone 1024 O
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The Lemon Plckent The Elks Stag
C B. BC
J i: Woodworth
A D Biau
C L Hobdy
March Wood z
R O Hlrscbl
Trank B Lucas
WH1 Mc Brine
Brooks Opera House Tuesday and(
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