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D THE GUTHRIE DATLY LEAV ITS IN THE LEADER VOLUME XXXIX. GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, WKPJJE&DAY, OCTOBUH 2, L912 HOME E FaUE &E EN. OYSTER i5r3i SEASON IS HERE . ; V at C HANG MAN IN OUR HOM NDUSTRIES NEGRO, PLACED IN PENI TENTIARY FOR SAFE KEEP 1NG, IS MOBBED BLACK BRUTE HAD COMMITTED ASSAULT ON WHITE WOMAN IF YOU ARE LOYAL TO GUTHRIE BUY GUTHRIE MADE GOODS Convicts Rushed (tie Guard, Cap lured the Negro and Hanged Him in Jail Yard pen. it'ii-lynched Kawlings, Wyo., Oct. 2 The un- thought of happened here today, when t he convicts in the state penitentiary rushed the guards; some held them, while the remainder of the convicts overpowered Frank Wigfell, a negro who luid been placed in t tie tiarv for safe keeping and him In the yard of the jail. Wigfell, the negro who was lynch ed by the convicts, was charged with assaulting Mrs. Esther Higgins, aged Bcventy-elght. Tlie officers who had the negro rapist in charge, being hotly pursued hv a inoh, placed the prisoner in the ! ;ate penitentiary for safe ke.iag 'lite convicts, soon learning of ihu Cflme, decided to aid the QUI dde mob, It Is the one instance of the kind in the history of this country. INCENSED OVER PARK OFFICER S ACTS Much complaint is heard over the actions of Policeman Rose, at Min er! Wells 'park. The par hoard esteem Rose a valuable man, hut in the pursuit of his duties he over steps all reasonable hounds. Tues day afternoon Mrs. Conrad, wife of Dr. t'onrad. the colored physician, while returning from the circus, topped Bt a well to get a drink. She carried her own drinking cup. Mrs. DOnrad says Officer Rose stepped up, grabbed her roughly hy the arm and told her to move on. Mrs. Arm strong reports a like occurrence. The better class or colored citizens are justly incensed over these actions and a body of them called on Mayor Nisslcy this morning with their com plaints. The mayor told the cdttt nflrtoe thai Rose would be called on the carpet and reprimanded. Mr. Garrett said: "The colored people have their own park and they stick to it. They have no desire to mix up with the while people at Mineral Wells park and rarely does one see a colored person there, except on an errand. There surely .can be no harm in B colored woman with her own cup taking a drink of water. The colored people have just cause for complaint and actions of this kind lead to bad feeling. If Police man Rose cannot use judgment he should Ibe retired Instants?. MADE 60AI OUT OF OKLAHOMA CITY MAN Muskogee, Okla.. Oct. 2 Members of the grand lodge of the Odd Fellows and Rebekahs took a half day off on the second day of their annual on ventlon and visited the I O. O. V or phans' home at Checotah. A train load of seven crammed coaches com prised the party. Knid and Oklahoma City are mak inr a hard fight to land the next con vention of the grand lodge. One Ok lahoma City booster advertised Knid without knowing it all day Tuesday. While he was passing out badges ask ing delegates to vote for Oklahoma City an Enid booster pinned a badge on the rival's coat tail, it was sev eral hours afterward when the Okla homa City man learned the cause of the laughter at his expense. A re ception to all visiting Odd Fellows and Rebekahs b) local members of the orders took place Tuesday night al the Hotel Severs. The Important business of the session will bo trans acted Wednesday. MOTHERS' CLUB WILL MEET The Capitol Hill Mothers' club will hold its regular monthly meeting In the kindergarten room Thursday at 2:1)0 p. B. All old and new members arc urgently requested to attend. The federal md state geologists are coing to loo over the oil and gW fields near Law ton. They think the prospects are much better Tor a larg er yield of each. Lincoln, wisest of our whs credited with say buy goods In England will have the nione have the goods. Hut if goods at home, we will le goods and the money, too. great truth applies to local Abraham Presidents, ins: "if wi thai count) and we wll we buy out have This as well as to national conditions. Tf we ifcuy our goods in Chicago, we have the goods and Chicago has the money, which may never conic hack to us. IVut If wc buy our goods in the home town, we have both the goods i.nd the money. A considerable por tion of that money remains in dr. f iliation In I lie home town, paying lor taxes, charities, rentals, farm products, building opt and so on. The most prosperous community s that having in circulation the great est amount of money per capita. The way to maintain that circulation is to promote the patronage of home stores and home industries in the highest degree possible Buy Guthrie made goods und there by help your home town to grow. wages, alions, ARRESTED, CHARGED WITH ASSAULT AND BATTERY Walter Mathews, colored, was ar rested last night by the police charg ed with assault on Ralph Wagoner, Frank Shannon and John Johnson three white hoys who conic in from the country to attend the circus. The assault was made about 7 o'clock last night on Second street. The boys, it said were drinking pretty freely. Young Wagoner received the hardest drubbing of the three and for a while it was thought his skull had been fractured, caused by striking his head igainst the pavement. He was un conscious for lour hours, but It all ight this morning. Mathews was placed under a $$0U bond for appearance in police court tonight. WOULD SEE THE WORLD, DOT OF 7 STEALS BICYCLE Port Smith. Ark., Oct. 2- W lion Mat Wade, aged 7, son of a constable lit llokoshe, Okla., was lodged in Jail here last night, the youngest prisoner, charged with horse stealing In the United States, was Imprisoned, ac cording to the local police. Wade was arrested on request of his rather, The boy declared an older brother and a companion traveled to rort hniitn on father's horse. He rode the animal to this city, while his brother and companlo nt raveled to sort Small on a train. The prisoner said they planned to dispose of the horse here and travel to Kansas City on the pro ceeds. From Kansas City they in tended to start on a trip around the world. WOMAN AT HEAD OF REBELS MANY RECRUITS ATTRACT ED TO ARMY LEAD BY AMAZON of ort Port Paso. Tea . Deft J.--"Cornelia .Manis, wife of the rebel colonel of that name, is leading a 'band of rebels twenty-eight miles east Juarez, Mexico, according to a rt received bv Ceil. iSteever at Hliss. , The same .Mexican woman raided Juarec just before ihe occupation by Federal troops. Her force since is said to have been materially strength etied by recruits attracted by so valiant a feminine leader. (THE WEATHER fJBy Associated Press.) New Orleans. La., Oct. 2 Tonight and Thursday generally fair; wanner tonight, cooler in uorth portion Thursday. " tt"L- Hfn, in S. Y. Htroli. FATE CUTTING THE THREAD OF LIFE. ARM Y OFFICERS ARRESTE SHERIFF ALSO TAKES IN MEXICAN CONSUL AND A DETECTIVE Douglas, Ariz. Oct ---As a result of a raid on a local hotel .Monday by American and Mexican secret service men. assisted pj sipiad of negro troopers of the Ninth United States cavalry. Manuel Cuesta, Mexican con sul to Douglas, Powell Roberts. Chief of the Mexican government secret service here, and four officers of the United States army, were arrested late today. The arrests were made by county authorities led by Sheriff Harr Wheeler, who came here from the county seat for the purpose of in vestigating charges made by D. J. tienardlna, proprietor of the Hotel Mexico. Tiicre is general excitement among Americans and Mexicans here as a result of the raid and the sub sequent arrests. A feud between military and civil authorities began with the request for the arrest some das ago of Joaquin Esquer, a supposed rebel leader. The county officials refused to make the arrest. On Monday the. secret serv ice agents, accompanied by a squad of negro soldiers went to Hotel Mex ico, where it was reported Esquer was living. Despite the prole p lie tor of the. house the Mexican secret the hotel. Esquer C.enardini. the landlord, was assaulted by the ne THIRTY-FIVE HUNDRED ON STRIKE NEVADA COPPER MINERS DEMAND HIGHER WAGES; SHORTER HOURS (Hy Associated Press ) Ely, New Oct. -Thirty-live hun dred employes or the Nevada Consoli dated Mining company struck today following failure on the part of the Copper company to grant a wage in crease. Counting the strikers now out at Bingham, over eight thousand copper miners are now out in Nevada and Ctah. SUGGS PUT ON GRILL BY OFFICIALS TOWNSHIP OFFICERS SAY H I GHWAY COMMISSIONER WOULD ABOLISH OFFICES Special to Daily Leader. Oklahoma city, okia., Oct. 2. The torm of protest from township otfi. ers against the movement to abolish heir offices and auainst. the present. Property Deeded for Governor's Mansion (Clinton chronicle) The Guthrie National bank has deeded a $15,000 residence and six lots on Warner avenue, tinthrie. to state lo be used as a governor's man sion: Oklahoma Citj allows the gov ernor to pay his own house rent. count v assessor law me. 'ling of the Sta cars' association 1 room of the Chatn Tuesday afternoon. s Of the pro it is alleged that gents searched was not found charges he ro troopers. Hearing of the case, Sheriff Wheeler rushed here from Tombstone and went Into consultation today with at torneys and Justice Ben Rice, who issued the warrants. There has been ill feeling owing to the presence ' the negro troops here since some dis orders shortly after the regiment's ar rival a few weeks ago. ri mill I UAHL ! qpai nun iiu UUnLULU 111 EXPLOSION ! broke loose at a i Township Offl" the assembly mi of Commerce When resolutions eha lacteriiim tiie movement as the Work of "political pirates" and pro viding for a concerted right against its successful conclusion were utiaui mqdlly passed. State Highway pey Suggs who. it' tile toward the sy offl; cis, and who it si hie for statement lus department to tl appropriated for V being used to pay salaries while road i claimed, is hos- ttein of tow nship: is said is respon i emanating from e effect that funds ad building were township officers buildttw was neg ated. n (f! n he eut di'a w reso ' dis- Col. Suggs, statements barged thai re incompe- f resolution Col. Sugg FLACK IS HELD FOR TRIAL ON ELEVEN CHARGES Abilene, Kas.. Del former cashier oi t bank, was held for trict court on eleven the State Banking tornexti for Flack would appeal on the th origins! harg . 2J. A. Flack, he Abilene State trial in the uhj charges today bj department. At announced they ground that only BOILER IN LAWTON ELEC TRIC LIGHT PLANT BURSTS The boiler in the electric light plant st Law ton exploded thhi morn ing. Engineer G. Omh was danger. Otfsfy scaided. A tireman was also bad!-, scalded. Mr Dah! is a mi-in-law of Dr. Sti -.ns. of I his city. Dr Stevens was apprised of the accident over the telephone Mrs. pnhl. wife of the Injured ciigiueei is in a precarious was also assailed In the as being -'incompetent," ncJ " am! "a falsifier The resolution charged public speeches and ii sued to the press, had township officers w dishonest and did their salaries, and ments were branded in tt as false ' and issued b with the "malicious intention Of d. ceivlng 'he public through dishonest methods.' The resolution further charge! that Col. Suggs has written every member of the legislature relterattig these charges and asking their support in opposing all legisla tion advocated by the township of fl era il"d that a a result of his antagonism a movement has been started to aoolish township officers. Such charges," the resolution States, "were made by tae department for self preservation." The association went, on record as favoring the abolishment of he office Df -late highway commissioner and creating instead the office of stale engineer- If this plan does not meet with the approval of the legislature the association su&gfM as an slier e that the duties of the highway commissioner be combined with those of the state geologist at the state engineering school. The resolutions s-ate "that the association would COOLER WEATHER HAS ITS EFFECT ON LOCAL MARKET PUMPKINS IN DEMAND Although the lime when the fes tive Thanksgiving: turkey will be In demand Is still some weeks distant, the usual rumors concerning the prices of the bird are irctilatiug over the state. A dispatch says turkeys art. to bo plenty and cheap this seas on. They will he fat, the dispatch sas, because of tile great number o grasshoppers, which were plentiful in this section of the state this summer. The market keeps pace with the weather, as well as the thermometer. This week fresh oysters, cranberries, pumpkins and buckwheat i.ave been in demand. Pumpkins cannot yet. be Upplled. Oysters and cranberries were in evidence last. week. Articles on the list of vegetables , week are celery, er, beets, carrots, to i. cabbage, sweet and SCIENTIST HEALER SPKiinGS ENTIRELY NEW ONE ON PUBLIC and i lettuc matoi fruits inciude grapes, quinces, pears and aj- Ite Tokay grapes from low offered along with pes from Michigan. quasii Irish potatoes. The list of peaches, plums pies. The large white California are uov the basket grape Some ot the peaw not. a few fine ho being supplied to the grocers by growers. Jonathan applet are ped from Missouri. Lrfisi week the wholesale prl lemons advanced more ihan $; i box aud the retail price from 33 cents per dozen. are shipped lu, le grown pears SAYS WIFE AND HIMSELF AGREED TO LIKE AS BROTHER HO SISTER New Yorker in Alienation Soil Against Texas Rench Owner Ad vances Unusual Argument SEVERA lie L ARE r FOR BEING BOOZY The usual after-t he-show drunks were taken into camp by the police Inst, night. Four wece arrested on eharge of being drunk on mo street. .). Y. Bush took on too much "red lemonade" and It went to his head. Late in the evening his feet failed to track and tie was found "sleeping it off" lu the Btree:. lie paid H to the city this morning. ('has. Rafies. one of the circus at taches tilso took on loo much of the Quthrie joywnter and fell by the way side. Ho put up $10 cash boud for appearance, but failed to appear. George nates and Prank Foster were also found on the streets with about "three sheets in the wind." They paid the usual toil, $HJ and costs. REPORT ON OKLAHOMA COTTON GINNED 'New York, Oct. 2 The marriage re lation as it i interpreted by the hitler metaphysicians ot Christian Science and how this Interpretation directly affected the home life of Mr. ami Mrs. t'liarles Charters, teachers and healers Id the faith, were matters which were aired before a fashion ably dressed court room in the be ginning of Charles Charters' aliena tion suit against Thomas L. L. Tem ple, the millionaire Texas ranch 6ri er, in the supreme court in Jersey it was under cross-examination D Temple's attorney that the healer, whose name has recently been drop pad from the authorised list, of Chris tian Science practitioners, told of his wife's sublime conception of the mar riage relation. He said that three years after their marriage they journeyed together on a pilgrimage to lioston, and that af for their worship in the mother Mi Charters' i :-d they f brother suggestion mat vnencen substitute the relationsh aud sister for that of man and wife. "She made the suggestion in ac cordance with her religious ideals him (Hy A.S&. ted Press.) c Oct. : guinea l Round ba land 3,02t t'onditic sixty-nine Oklahoma "s,45;t. on gf.ft. Oklahoma ri Hevcnty-t wo. TREASURE CHEST IS FOUND spiritual beliefs," Ch "and I agreed upon i agreed to anything m; It was shortly afte had been entered im came up from Texas Christian Science. ac plaintiff's testimony, and dertook to give hiui Insti pie stayed three or fou their home In Palisade, after his departure Mr went to visit him and hit Texarkana, Texas. "After her return from Christ, Scientist, in At hen, yot thQUgh we V platform together at would not speak to me, 1910, she ordered me house lu Palisade." $2,000 To Protect Wife Francis Scott, who, w Kd wards, represented t against her by her litis receipt, of this monej agreed not o pro. l suit, the lawyer eontinu This man Chariers with every petticoat h (aw er declared. "He every pretty girl that as a patient." The defendant whs stand by the plaintiff the first witness. Cha asked him if it were ti in charters' complaint, Bpent a night In Januat in Mrs. Charters' home I "It is true," the big swerisd deliberately. "I night in her home, In casion Mrs. Charters' f Young, was in the hou dill; declared. always wished." compact. Temple e taught to the i wife un- and short K jxus I no as dead," Ically. "I urk City, on the 'ice shi Dec. 22. eave the illiam D. sfendantt 1 given iio name igh she s made. On the ters had m that r of love the ce to hliii la w yers j alleged lie had last year ifcude, X. anieman an speut Severn1 on each oc ther. General e aud oue. IRON BOX CONTAINING $75,000 IN GOLD AND SILVER FOUND San .lose. Cat. Oct. .Seventy five thousand dollars' worth ot buried treasure was unear'hed jy a i"ian banker of Unsenada, Souora from a mountain ridge in fiienlto county, last week, according to a story told today by William Rogers, who' sayB he acted as the Mexican's guide Rogers says his employer carried a map true in ejjfj detail to the topo graphy oi the aeatipn. Two Mexican laborers iieuorn untiled the basker and iln- nut rJie treasure chesu. U a fltSCTVSrexr tight feel under around at the foot of j huge oak tree. The treasure consisted of llOMWfl in silver bullion and $t;,-.iMii) in gold ingots, it is believed the money was .buried hy a Mexican ,H,n. ,. - -t n "Old you-ever give Mrs. Charters a gift of $6,000?" he was then asked. "Yes, I did She had jeen training my children In Christian Scteuce., and, besides, she needed it to help h-r out in her trouble with her husband." IS. JOHNSON, BULL MGOSERINE. TO SPEAK HEBt Mrs. Lydia B. Johnson, of Fort Pierre. South Dakota, one ot tlw most s ent women in the conn ., has evponsed the Progressive couse and v 111 make a number of speeenes for . M,mw .'Miid '.dates. She has . . i,,, I been secured for a so ld wek in Ok lahoma and will speak at f.aw. uci. ; Guthrie. Oct. 8: Perry. Oct. 0; Pa Dee, Oct 10: Tulsa, Oct. 11, aud .Muskogee. Oct. 12. '.law llarrv K. Stego, of Oklahoma City, i? in G'i'bna today ou busm.. m lA.