The Daily Gazette. (Stillwater, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 189, Ed. 1 Friday, September 13, 1901 Page: 1 of 4
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THE DAILY GAZETTE.
J STILLWATER j
* The I«arge*t, Liveliest X
and Healthieat City i
Be per copy.)
QeVoted to The Interests of Stillwater.
Stillwater, Oklahoma, Friday Evening, September 13, 1901.
($4.BO per year
Bulletin given to Associated Press at 5
President McKinley is Dying,
This sad news of the country's awful
blow comes as we go to press.
failure of the Heart Causes Alarm-
ing Sinking Spell—Physi-
cians Administer Re-
Buffalo, N. Y, Sept. 13 —Early this
morning, shortly after 2 o'clock, I'resi-
A friend tells the following story on
an Oklahoma man whose daughter
owns a kodak and do 1 ikht« in taking
picture?. Her father wan sitting on
the front porch the other day.and hav-
ing the kodak primed she took a snap
shot. Presently the father went into
the house and the hired girl came out,
sat down in the same chair, and the
: daughter took her picture also. When
i the picture was developed it showed
: the aged father sitting in the chair
with the hired girl sitting in his lap.
j The girl kodakist had forgotten to
move the film, and both pictures there
fore were taken on the same plate.
When the old lady, after seeing the
COLLKGF. TRACK AND FIELD TKAMS-CIIAMl'IONS OF OHI.AHOMA.
ilent McKinley experienced a severe picture, grappled with her aged com-
sinking spell. The physicians admin- panion, it looked for a moment as
11 though things were going her way. but
l j he finally shook off her grip and es-
I caped t>y way of the path leading to
Czolgosz Confesses One in Which
Many Besides Himself Had a
Part, Kefuses to Mention
Any Names Except
hope of reviving him. A general call
was sent out to the physicians and the
members of the cabinet now in the
city. Dr. Parke reached the house at
2:60 and shortly after him came Secre-
tary Wilson. At 3 o'clock all of the
physicians were gathered at the bed-
aide of the president. It was stated
that digitalis was being administered
to the president.
Bankers to Have a Time-
The members of the executive com-
mittee of the Oklahoma Bankers' asso-
ciation held ameetinginGutbrie Tues-
day. It wai definitely decided to hold
the neit meeting in that city, Novem-
ber 25-26. The program for the event
wes made out by the committee, and
addresses will be given by prominent
members of the banking fraternity in
Oklahoma. The following is the pro-
Address of Welcome.
Reaponae—F.L. Boynton. Kingfisher.
Annual Address—President P.
Report of Secretary—H. W. Painter
Beport of Treasurer-J. G. Condit
Adjournment for purpose of driving
over the city.
Visit Masonic temple at 7 :30 p. m
Reception by citizens and ladies of
City to bankers and wives at K. P. hall
from 8:30 to 9:30 p. m.
Grand bull at 10 o'clock.
Address—Bank Commissioner F. II
Address, "Commercial Future of
Topic of interest to bankers. Dis-
cussed by delegates under the five
Address, "Burglary Insurance."
Address llreckenridge Jones, vice
president Mississippi Valley company
of St. Louis.
Address— W. 1/. Moyer, second vice
president Western National hank of
Address— F. J. WikofT, Stillwater.
Address—J. H. Everest, Oklahoma
Don't let some trivial inconvenience
keep you away from the medal contest
at the M. E. church tonight.
Uity Attorneys For Glencoe.
At a special meeting of the city
council Wednesday night, an agree-
ment was ratified by which the law
firm of Williams and Burdick of Still-
water are to act as city attorneys for
the town for one year at a salary of
♦ 100. The attorneys are to go over
the legal points of organization of the
town and straighten out all irregulari-
ties, after which they are to render
whatever legal assistance the city may
need during the balance of their year's
Work On Governor's Beport
The Governor's report will be com-
pleted by the middle of next week. It
was the intention to have had the re-
port completed by next Monday, but
the absence of Governor Jenkins and
bis private secretary, Fred L. Wenner,
delayed the work.
A special to the New York Herald
from Buffalo says:
Czolgosz has confessed to the police
that his attempt upon the life of the
president was the result of a conspir-
acy in which many besides himself had
a part. He has refused to mention
any name except that of Emma Gold
man, but papers are in existence,
wh'ch, if discovered, will lay bare the
entire conspiracy and will result in
wholesale arrests, followed by prosecu-
In his confession Czolgosz told of
his attempt to destroy written evi-
de.*.3es of the conspiracy. Before
leaving hie room before the shooting
he gathered together all of bis papers.
bound them in one package, made a
circuitous trip about the city and at
some point which he can not now des-
cribe cast the papers into an open sew-
The sewers of this city are arched,
and if such a thing is possible the pa-
pers will be recovered.
I It is said Emma Goldman visited
I Buffalo three times since July 12, hav-
i ing been in the city the last time four
I days before the assassination,
i Czolgosz was accompanied to Buf-
falo and accompanied about ttie city
by a mysterious Bohemian and a wo-
man who acted so suspiciously as to
warrant the assumption that they
knew of the attention of Czolgosz to
assassinate the president. These Bo-
hemians are being searched for.
Bockhill Starts Home.
Pekin, Sept., 2.—Mr. Rockhill, the
American special commissioner, left
for home Tuesday, traveling by way of
The date for the evacuation of Pekin
by tin allies has been fixed for Sep-
tember 17 and the evacuation of the
province of Chi Li for September 22
These dates were fixed when the pro-
tocol was signed.
For the past ten years the taste of
the theatregoer has turned more and
more away from tragedy and heavy
melodrama toward the lighter and
brighter forms of theatrical entertain-
ment. like comedies, light operas and
farce comedies. Of the latter class
there is no better sample than "Fin-
nigHn's Ball." It is in its ninth sea-
son, has always had an exceptionally
clever collection of entertainers, and
the piece has every summer been so
changed, brightened up and renovated
by the addition of new costomes, the
latest songs, the brightest dances and
the cleverest sayings, that it appears
at the opening of each season as a new
entertainment. This is the secret of
its great success; and realizing this,
the management has put forth extra
effort this season to bring it right up
to date and present to the public in
even more attractive form than ever
before. The early reports indicate
that they have been eminently success*
ful in their efforts, and wherever it has
been seen it is being commented upon
as the brightest and best "Ball" (how
that has ever been offered to the pub-
lic. It will be seen at the Opera House
for one performance on Wednesday
evening September 18th.
Nowb for Magruder's Friends.
Dr. A. C. Magruder's many friends
in Stillwater will be pleased to read
the following taken from the Colorado
Springs Telegraph and hasten to join
their congratulations with their Col-
orado friends. Dr. Magruder, or Pro-
fessor as he was called here owing to
his position as agriculturist at the Ex-
periment Station, will be remembered
by hundreds of our readers who never
knew him personally:
The announcement of the engage-
ment of Miss Ella Carlton and Dr. A,
C. Magruder of Cripple Creek has
caused that interesting young couple
to be showered with congratulations
and good wishes. The announcement
was made at n tea given Tuesday after-
noon bv Miss Carlton to a group of her
girl friends at the home of her parents,
Mr. ajid Mrs. II. M. Carlton, 1303 North
The wedding will take place at N
o'clock on the evening of September25
at the bride's home. After a several
weeks' honeymoon the young people
will lie at home at 221 East Eaton
avenue, Cripple Creek.
Alva Pierce, of the Pierce hotel in
this city, was the fortunate one to se-
cure the lot in the "run" at Ripley
yesterday. Mr. Pierce made a gallant
race, and was awarded the lot by the
judges. He hns, we understand, two or
three contests, but these will doubt-
less prove groundless.
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