The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 18, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 4, 1908 Page: 4 of 8
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THIS LEADER. GUTHEIB OKIjA.. THURSDAY .JOTE 4 190$
THE DAILY LEADER
BY LESLIE G. NIBLACK.
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TUESDAY JUNE 4 1808.
BIGGEST ROBBER OF THEM ALL
The nagging swagging Oklahoma
City Journalistic blatherskites are
experiencing trouble keeping their
hats on Btralght. Starting out to rog-
tilRto matters in the state bhey sudden-
ly begin singing low. It appears that
the subsidized Times has beoti caught
rod-handed in an attempt to rob Okla-
homa City. The Oklahoma City
Polttiir oxposes the miserable deal
find shows how tho Tlmos has done
the peopln out of $2600. Tho Tlmos
bo it remembered is tho same paper
that has been tendering unsolicited nd-
Trlco to Governor Haskell and which
felt calloil upon to prod Tho Leader
when the constitutional convention bill
Was pending In tho senate. Uenodlct.
who conducts the Times in tbo inter-
ests of Uij Oklahoman gang s a mis-
erable weakling and does ' not count
further than to act ns a pliant tool for
tho Interests. The moral 'i all this
Is: Tho follow who conttwfllly yells
stop thief is tho biggest: rabbor of
Qettho convention liall spirit
Every citizen of tho stcte regrets
"Secretary- of-Stalo William Cross did
iot recover from his rocont indisposi-
tion In time to have attended tho ro-
anlon of the U. C. V. at Birmingham.
t has been ono of tbo big secretary's
pleasures to. keep the -veterans of tho
ttttte well organized and no man has a
wldor acquaintance or moro personal
friends tlian Mr. Cross. For that
matter wo could strike out tho word
"veterans" and lnsort in lieu thereof
"people" and still be using. Qod's eter-
nal truth to tho'dlspleasure of po citl-
ism of tho whole state of Oklahoma.
T.aken foro and aft and sized ns big
folks aro sized William Cross would
average above the half-way pole In nny
state cllmo or on hoard any ship.
Some people in Guthrie plug the
administration on 9 day and ask of
it favors the nest day. Nice business!
Governor Hnskoll wantrf to ho
friendly to tiuthrie. A lot of blokes
however refuse to have it that way.
If you nro nfiald to ride so fast
lot go the ondgato and allow Outhrlo
to hoop tho track privileges on tho
Guthrie must get right with tho ad-
ministration. Ilopuhllcan policies nnd
nore-neeked nacrclne are not in krn.
lhg with the town-bulldlng idea.
Guthrie cannot be built nnd devel-
oped on republican politics by repub-
lican politicians. That has been tried.
It has foiled. Out with politics when
it comes to commercial growth.
Some spoakors at the mass moot
lng last night felt callod upon to)
criticize tno administration and tho
legislature. Foolish men. Tho town
can't ho built on partisan projudlcos!
Jt Is not tho doslro to run ovor every'
ono or hurt others' footings but Goth
rio moans to Just keep gotttng blggor
and prettier and hotter and tho folks
must hot; get In front of our fast track
Wall turn the homos heada straight
down that; road to whero tho fair flow-
ers fruits and good thing" a"Ot nnd
allow Guthrie to spoed hor trotters for
Tho tact of some mon is peculiar;
tfio taBto of othors Is Btrango. A ro-
markahle exhibit of a man making an
egroglous blundor was witnessed ot
the convention hall meeting last night
Judge Halnos evldontly thought It was
u republican mass meeting. His re-
marks wore not in keeping with tne
SCHOOL LAND BILL
TO BE SUBMITTED.
(Continued from Pago I.)
Govonor Haskell stated that that
was his position also and that he had
told a legislative committee that In
view of this fact he would veto any
measure looking -vorely to taking the
sense nf the voters again on the quea-
tlou. Murray Speaks.
Speaker Murray told of the Immetiau
amount ot labor performed by tho
legislature actually necessary to the
carrying on of the state government.
No other legislature in the Unltod
StMeH had passed so many bills n
tfrq snnie longth of time and mauy of
them doalt with tho very gravost prob-
lems of statecraft lie paused to pay
a flsimelal coinplltnenhB to the revenue
code qf the state. As for the school
land hill theFe had U?en no division
Of opinion as to tho sale of the land
but the delay and defeat of the bill
hud uteT clue to differences of opinion
as to details that the bll! should con-
tain He originallv did not believe
that it was Decennary to submit tho
quutttlon to a vote of the people bit
(hat slri) days ago he had changed his
opinion lit) had bdd a Utter from 1.1m
-tuitmiau of tho innijiiniH in regard to
'hi' worklnge ot the In'tlatlvn and tef
srenduni. The mh hi lists we.ro oppos'il
. tho sale of the luul and he believed
that no matter what law might ha 'o
been "liauBt'd it Mould certainly hfto
been bUbmitKHt (o the people by some
uicauu. Sued a petition iuild estiilv
be gott t n't. hoint It was best to l?t
tho bill MO bttfure the people Ha be
lleved firmly that the ju-ople would
raiif a bill for iiie unit and pledn-'d
hU aupport in tiMi-ilntc to gain the
ratification of tho bill by a vol A
Roddle Aeeepts Respomlbllity.
s uator Iloddle wan prvsunt and
tiioki bi'etty. Hi t utd that he was
to a Ur degree r sponsible for the
ktllui of the achuol land bill in the
lot-In; hotu-g of th senate. He had
!ol wl'h a haiidful of amendments
whiih uiuld not bo put In wtiho.it
killing the bill so lone vtat the time
ot adjournment ana be ould not vout
for the measure without hi propojed
amenduients. He s utcd ulbo that hoi
the i.i'nauie coint a ote there
were twenty six sttimtoi- letuly to vole
for it. He hud iimiI dilatory taclica
to defeat tt became l. did not agre
to certalu of thu dwiuiU as wan tho
tiv with varlot'ji oth' r Mnamn He
stated ' irthw that img rroui 'he
Indian Terrltors u .r ite htatc he
had leu iiiB'ructct for the sate of
tin bi-hool '.in I and had made maiij
apetches lu i nvor It was merely
n matter of details to he threshed out.
and senators rupresenung a Invest solid
eViwvituens of ksuefu had denounced
tho bill beraiiku .ati of its provi
ions -jftd seemed u them ahnoxloua.
Ho also pledged hia effort lu favor 't
a hill that should be placed before
the voters ot the state.
Lessee Members Not Named.
A motion was made to appoint the
nhovs committee to draft a bill and
tho motion was carried by a vigorous
mjorlly. The leasee mombers of tbo
committee have not yet been named.
Au adjournment was taken until 2: JO
o'clock when a continuance of the ses-
sion wa held at the governor's office.
The lessees held a brief meeting im-
mediately after dinner at the Elks
There la more ontnnih In this sec
tlon of tho country than all othor dl
senses put togothor and until tho last
low years was supposed to bo Incur
able l"or a groat many years doctors
pronounced It a local dlceaso nnd pre
scribed local romcdlos nnd by con
utnntly failing to euro with local treat
ment pronounced It Incurable. Sol'
onco has proven catarrh to bo n con
stltutlannl dlsoaso nnd thorefore ro
quires constitutional treatment Hnll's
Catarrh Cure manufactured by P. J
Cheney & Co. Toledo Ohio is tho
only constitutional cure on tho tuar-i
kot. It Is taken Internally in doses
from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It'
acts directly on the blood and mucous!
surfnets of the system. They offer i
one hundred d dlars for any rase it
falls to cure. Send for clrculnis and
Addretf- F T Ghent y & Co. To-
Sold by Pit'ggu-iif Toe. '
Take Hall's luuiily PHIb for constl-
FRANKLIN OFFERED MAY
BILLIS FOR CONSIDERATION.
Senator Win. M. Franklin of Matllll.
Sectored (no final passage of ten hll8
and two resolutions and had threo
otliar bills to pass the senate. KIght of
hla bills vitalize provisions of tho con-situation.
The following aro imnortnnl mun.
urea that his name Is conneoted with:
Senate Hill No. 11 relating to the
removnt or cases transferred from the
the hours of labor of ch't'ren engaged
in the gainful occupation). known as
tho "Child I-abor flllh"
Senate Rill No. 4i an act providing
t6r electric headlights for railway en-
gines of certain power ahd brilliancy
Substitute Houso Dill No. 331 an act
providing for a text book commission
and a uniform systam of school tost
books. (Ry Williams ot tho House
tthd Franklin Wynn and Llttlo ot the
territorial courte to the conn nf tbtnifitatiniot
state by tho Hnnbllng Act and accept- House BUI No. BGC. an act prescrib-
ed by tho constitution (by Franklin jng tho fees to bo charged by tho sec-
J)ni( K- ldlaf.v rt fltafn mnbthir ihn tnn trtr tit.
renale 11 11 1 iSO. fi. nil net n tirn-Mncr ni.lliui nf InnnrnnrnMnn nti.1 flttnrr
hlbit dealing in futures known na'charters of foreign corporations ono
the antl-buoket shop bill (by Fran klm' tenth of one par cent (by Hudson of
Smith and Cortfoll). (ate Houso and Franklin ot tho Sen-
Senate Bill No. Bi nn act defining ate).
the duties Of the COtntnisslonar nf ln.f HmibIh Pnnntirmnt nncnliittv n Wn 1
bor Clpntlng tho hoard Of arbitration !nxrnndlnr crooftncB to onncrnsR on tlial
an cuncinsuon nnu providing laws In tlrty congress assembled and tho flMt
.-....... m iui ... ihu uiiiituB. iiiiii-iiHBisiauve oay ot tno iirsi. UKianumu
Official Orders of Cor-
$ poration Commission
(First published in Dally
June A 1008.)
nortatlon mechanical and manufacture
lng Industries of ttio state known as
tho "lAhm Illll."
Sonata Dill No. 81-b an act to pro-
tect employees aud members of labor
Senate Olll No. 10B an not relating to
Uie removal of causes.
Senate Bill No. 309 nn act rolatlna
to the tearh'rtg of agriculture sub-
jects of pi ar float oducatlonal valtto
and allied subjects in the schools of
the state and providing for schools of
secondary grade with course of study
leading to the A. & M. college.
Senate Bill No. 181 an net limiting
Senate oint Resolution No. 9 relat-
ing to the election of Unltod States
senators by a direct voto of tho peoplo
and the calling of a convention to
amend the Federal constitution.
IF YOU KNEW.
The merits of 'tho Texas Wondor
you would never suffer from kldnoy
bladder or rhoumatlc troublo $1 bet-
tl two months treatment Sold by
Wnlli.ce drug storo call for testimony.
1HK MAIN WHO THINKS
STATE OF OKLAHOMA.
ORDER NO. 55.
To all Railroads and Railways Oper-
ating and Doing Business In the
State of Oklahoma and to All Whom
It May Concern:
Pursuant to nubllcation of Proposed
Order No. 23. relating to'rates on Ce-
ment Lime. Brick Sand. Stone Grav-
el Asphalt and other articles named
In tho Guthrie Daily Loader a news-
paper of geuoral circulation published
In tho City of Guthrie County of Lo-
gan in tho Stato of Oklahoma and said
contemplated ordor having appearod
therein onco a week for four consocu-
tlvo weoks as required by law and
pursuant to a hearing held In tho City
ot Guthrie on tho 12th day ot May
100S tho following order shall bo in
full forco and effect:
No railroad or combination of rail-
roads doing business in tho Stato of
Oklahoma shall charge for tho trans-
portation of artlolss pr cpmtnodltlas
namrd horaln in car lots between
points in the Stato ot Oklahoma n
greater or different rate of freight
than provided in this tariff except as
specifically provided herein:
LOCAL AND JOINT DISTANCE
Cement Lime Asphalt Brick Stone
Sand Gravel and Other Articles
All Station in Oklahoma on the Rail-
roads and Railways Operating In
(Subject to and governed by the rules
Betweon all points in Oklahoma
over ono lino.
Rates In Cents Per 100 Pounds.
Col. Col. Col.
DIst Miles. 1.
& and under .... 4
10 and ovor 5... 4.3
16 and ovor
20 and over
25 and over
30 and ovor
35 and ovor
40 and ovor
45 nnd ovor 40..
60 and over 45..
55 and over CO..
CO and over 55..
C5 and ovor
70 nnd ovor 65..
75 and over 70..
80 and over 76..
85 and over 80..
90 and over 85..
95 and over 90..
100 and over 95..
110 nud ovor 100..
120 and ovor 110..
1.10 and ovor 120
140 and ovor 130... 10. 4
150 and over 140... 10. 8
ICo and over 150... 11. 2
l.v and over 100... 11.0
lso nnd ovor 170... 12
190 and over 180... 12. .1
200 and over ISO... 12.0
210 and ovor 200. ..12.9
220 and over 210... 13. 2
230 nnd ovor 220... 13. 6
240 and over 230... 13. 8
260 and over 240... 14.1
2G0 nnd over 250.
270 and over 200.
280 and over 270.
SENTENCED FOR PERJURY.
London. Mav 2b Mrs. Margaret
Hamilton aged 70 ono of the princi-
pal witnesses In the Druce will case
today was Hetiteuied to eighteen
months for pt-ijiir
Bucklen'4 Arnica Salvo Wins.
Tom Moor of Rural Route 1 Coch
ran. Or. writes: "I had n bad sore
come on the instep ot my foot and
could find nothing that would heal It'
until 1 applied Rucklen's Arnica Salve.
1-esa than half ot a S6 oent box won'
the day tor me by affecting a perfect
due" Sold under guarantee at C. R.
Itenfro's drug Store.
I ADAIR CO. 8EAT FIGHT.
j WeetvtllB. June 4. Unofficial re-
turns In Adair county show this olty
haa secured a majority of the vote
cast nt the election to determine what
town should be the ijpltul.
im mru in ran wnsn
I A special meeting of Scottish Rita
I Masons la called to meet at tho Tern-
'pie this evening. A full attendance
Ot tho many young men who came lis position to all v.ha cared to hear
to the cnpltal as legislators when the ad resourceful in hla parliamentary! 290 and over 280
first state legislature convened last 8kuI- Around him athored those who! 300 and ovor 200
December nnknown to the general pub nl" bH and 'ffi
lie and who earned statewide reputa- t grew with rapidity
tions Clarence Davis stands at some onlv ihose who watched that debate
plactf near the top. Senntor Da is Is over knew tho wires drawn and confer-
n physioal ginnt moro than six feet enccs held but through tho relontloss
In stature well proportioned and the battles for ami against tho moosuro or-
architoct topped tho jak with a spien- iglnal and as nmondod Davis and Bil-
did stand of raven blaok hair curl- hips fought tho contest to n draw
lng onough to make Davis n marked The nptended prohibition enforco-
man in any crowd or people. Strong mont measure had tho Davis support
as a giant nnd never hampered by and it was the addod dispensary that
ills .of the body tho Brlstow momher brought on tho second debate finally
knows not a feeling of weariness and settled by Governor Haskell asking
Is morally oourageo'Jo. physically the setmto to pass the pioasuro Davis
brove. going to a jono dofeat when the final
bonator Davis Is n natlvo of Iowa but roll was callod.
spout tho best of his years before be- Strange an It may seem with tho ox-
coming a resident of Oklahoma In Kan- coptlon of tho prohibition bill nnd two
Ban. It was there he grew to man- others BiUups nd Davln plosod their
hood's ostate working until he wan d.o In Va& sonata as warriors for tho
almost a matured man before he se- aame measures nnd out ot tbo ter-
cured the educational advantages re- rlftc debataa and hard campaigns wagod
quired for preparatory law study. His wont otholr rsnw.ttifn hnmu twn
father became a prominent derjocratic young mon who will enter the next
cfllrlal In Kansas atui. after becom- state senate aa frieuds. and who will
lng an attorney Mr. Davis. Jr. was if all who heard them be not greatly in
elected sutea attorney. There he error make their mark In the demo-
wetit through prohibition fights aud it cratlc politic cf Oklahoma both
was tnoB hard atern days In Kansas famed for fairness truth rnd high
that Mr. lals acquired the beliefs standard Of public nnd prlvato honor
that for a time made of him one of it U the boast of the friends of both
the famed fighters of the 8onth:-8t that neither ever tried to tako advant-
and won his ropuUtlon as a man who ttg0 of any wan. nor did olthor of thorn
would go to periMttuul political tbllwou bieak a given promise no matter
far the sake of what he bellovea funda- whether tp friend or fco.
mental governmental prluclples. Senator Davis was ono of the trust
A few years ago he located in tb bin makem; author of the primary law
Indian Territory at Brlstow and at the A. & M. hills and three or four
once took a prominent part In Terri- otheia of mlnir importnnoe. It waB
torlal affairs. H was ono of the men hiM fearless opposition to what he felt
vnho took the stump for single state- were bad bltla that made Senator DavU
hood: then for the constltutku aud one of the talksd-of-sought mon of tho
was later sent to the state senate from senate and bo voted aye or nayo on
a district half In the Old Oklahoma those Iltian without rflunr.! in uhn wm
anil the other half from the Indian th0 author the friend or enemy of any
lnal- . . . . '"' " uiaaiure.
When the boot bill appeared In the Sflimtor Tinvia & lnnf-im-m mami
senate before CwrUtoiM. Davis took Hnd his friond expect the noxt ses-ifirouter.
i wim me inw uauwu a un.i 8;0n to find mm one ot the stnto's most
wan (mrku on ot W9 wiaionq legisia- trusted servants. An orator with a.
.... J?. 1 rauf. 1y n'Vol- stronger than wordB will de-
skllled in polIUoal and official battles s ribe. hla manner of sneaoh la slow.
opposed to the Iron will and stub- hut never tiresome. HU work in the whloh aro not under the same manage
uu. nHfaum Mru ui we wmaior first laglslature won his distinction inont or control oitner airecuy or iu-
from Rrlfctow When the word went nd hU nrosnects are as brleht us ofpllrectly. shall bo mado by adding to
out there wap opposition to the bill uy young man In the stato. He isltbe ratea prescribed herein the fol-
auu -Mesaier uavis was leading it. lu happily married and has two children.
same parts of the state thvre wre jllst ot Siiool age. His family as wall
many ijd atrenuiwa tueeUntfc de- his sgjul parents spent Uhe wlntor
nounclng his attitude aud the pros hore In Outline and all were in tho
even forgot that the time for com- st.nate wjin he wbb engagpd In his
went wa not at hand and attacked grwi struggles for supremacy of pub-
the DavlB position relentlessly. !o lKnc0pjni8ns.
Through tbia storm of disapproval But ST ymrs ot BSe strong aua wlth
the BrtBtow Senator atotxl as calm iu .indld raflowl Davis has much to be
appearauce as if battle were not wag roUll or. uut no Breatar causo for
lng and day after day. week alter week ori.i. than the fact that he and his
on the floor of the senate in commit onotituenUi feel ha hna donors his
tee in conference and in the open ben oDsdence dictated and beyind that It
nte he waged the campaign thundering j nwt rwaslbla for man tc ga
310 and over 300.
320 nnd over 310.
330 and ovor 320.
340 and ovor 330.
350 and over 340.
360 and ovor 360.
370 and ovor 3G0...16.7
380 and ovor 370... 16. 8
390 and ovor 380... 16. 9
400 and over 390... 17
ril E NO. 1.
Rates named n Column One shall
apply on Llmo Portland Cument Co-
mont Piaster Refined Asphalt. Stuc-
co Roofing Pitch Paving and Roof-
ing Cement straight or mlxwl car-
loads minimum wolght shall bo 38-
000 pounds. Lime straight carloads
minimum wolght shall bo 24000
RULE NO. 2.
Ratos named In Column Two shall
apply on Brick (all kinds excepting
only bath or enameled) Dressed or
Sawed Stone Cement or Concrote
Building Blocks (all kinds) straight
or mixed carloads the minimum
weight shall bo the marked .capacity
RULE NO. 3.
Rates named In Column Three shall
apply on Asphalt Rock Gypsum Rock
Stone (rohgh) undressed natlvo Gran-
lto Common Clay Crushed Hook FIro
Clay Crushed Limestone Chatts
Cinders Gravel. Rook Sand Lead or
Zlno Tailings and analogous nrtloles
straight carloads only tile minimum
weight shall bo the marked capacity
RULE NO. 4.
Where minimum wolght Is shown
as marked capacity tit car when cars
are loaded to actual vlslblo capacity
actual wolght will govern and mini-
mum Weight shall In no ouse be higher
than the capacity of car ordered by
shipper unless the actual weight is
RULE NO. 5.
Through Joint rates for the trans-
portation of commodities named here-
in over two or more lines of railroad
lowing arbitrary figures In cents per
100 pounds; provided that such
through Joint rates shall in no case
eJtoeod the charge for four hundred
(400) miles as shown tn tho foregoing
rates and further that the maximum
charge for all hauls be the charge
shown In tho foregoing as the rate
for four hundred (400) miles single
Column One as named in Rule No.
1 add two (2) cents por one hundred
Columns Two and Three as named
In Rules Nos. 2 and 3. add ono (11
com per ono hundred (100) pounds.
uniy ono way-bill shall bo Issued to
cover the ontlro movement ot any
carload of articles hordln named.
through billing must bo mado from
point of origin to final doatlnntlnn
full namo ahd address of consignor
must bo shown ih consignor's column
on tho way-bill.
Whoro two or moro routes nro avail-
able between point of origin and des-
tination tho road handling shall
charge the same as though shipment
had moved via the routo by which the
lowest rate could bo mado.
RULE NO. 6.
Until January 1st 1909 any rates
In oxlslenco on May 1st 1908. botween
ony points In tho SJato ot Oklahoma
lowor than tho abovt shall bo charged
and not tho above unless dthorwlso
ordered by this Commission.
RULE NO. 7.
It Is hereby ordered nmi itmni
that all railways or railroads doing
business in tho State ot Oklahomn
shall prepare Joint ratos and publish
tariff wherever samo will bo neces-
sary to carry out this ordor. Two
copios of tariffs must bo filed with
this Commission by each carrlar on
or boforo date effective otherwise
this Commission will dirtot the baslB
for rovenuo divisions wherever car-
riers fall to agree.
This ordor shall be In full forco and
offoct on Juno 26 1908 a date aftor
publication onco a weok fur four con-
Booutivo wooks in Tho Guthrlo Dally
Loador n newspaper of gonoral cir-
culation published In tho City of Guth-
rie County of Logan State of Okla-
homa. CORPORATION COMMISSION
J. B. LOVE
. ' Chairman.
A. P. WA.TSON.
J. J. M'ALESTER
. - . Commissioner.
W. L. CHAPMAN
Guthrie Okla. June 4 1904
A dealer InconSfioud "books adver
tised the othor day for old Bibles be-
longing to threo families that have
lately come Into prominence.
"Do they want them as heirlooms?"
asked a customer who had read tho ad-
vertisement "Not a bit of It" said the dealer.
"Tboy want the Bibles because they
contain a record of births; consequent-
ly they reveal ng6s women's ages pre-
sumably. Very often dealers in old
books are asked to look up Inconven-
ient documentary evldchco of that kind.
Before days of affluence tho family Bi-
bles got lost tn tho shuffle of moving
around. Nobody thought much about
tho loss then but with tho advent of
prosperity the books could easily be-
come a eourco of mortification to many
women if they happened to fail Into
the hands of malicious persons; hence
the frantic nttempts to gather all such
records Into tho family." New York
To stop any pain anywhere In 20 mln
Utos simply tnko Just ono ot Dr.
Shoop'a Pink Pain Tablots. Pain moans
congestion blood pressure that is
nil. Dr. Shoop's Headache or Pink
Pain Tablets will qutcklr c-oa.Y' sivd
prossuro away from pain centi At
tor that pain Is gono. Heartache
Neuralgia painful periods with women
etc. get Instant help 20 Tablets 25c
Sold at Wallace a Drug Storo
Tou certainly told me to embrace
"Well but I didn't tell you to em-
brace my .laughter."
"No. But to embrace your daughter
Is a privilege." London Express.
A man must stand erect not be kept
erect by others. Marcus Aurdius.
Weak women should try Dr. Snoop's
Night Ouro. Thoso soothing hc.li'i?
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