Oklahoma Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 19, 1901 Page: 1 of 8
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GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, DECEMBEP 19. 1991
LABOR AND CAPITAL
MEET IN HARMONY
INVOLVED IN SUIT!
To hormulafe Plans for the Avoid= Caddo Residents Bring Action for And Outlines Future Policy in Re=
ance of Future Strikes Heavy Damages gard to Patronage
[By Associated Press.] | due time it will be made public. The | gpecjai «, Dally Leader. I It is alleged the Townsite company ]
New York, Dec. 18. Charged with I approval of the labor leaders means Caddo, Okla., Dec. 18.—A one hun-1 had caused deeds to be issued to them-
[By Associated Press.]
Washington, D. C., Dec. 18.—It was
the task of drafting a scheme of plan J the cooperation of more than two j an(j jjty thousand dollar law suit selves for lots people have been living announced at the White house today
was Legun in the (Tistrict court at on since the opening, August 6, and the the president has decided to send
and scope, the general committee ap-1 million organized workers
pointed yesterday at the labor and 1 progress in this work it becomes
capital conference met today in pri-
vate conference to take up'its work.
Among those in attendance were:
Oscar Strauss, Wm. Schward, S. R.
Callaway, Charles A. Moore, Cornelius
N. Bliss, Samuel Gompers, John
Mitchell, Frank Sargent and James
It was announced that a committee
on plan and scope upon which Senator
Hanna, Bishop Ireland, Bishop Potter,
and Messrs. Gompers, Nixon, Mitchell,
Callaway, Sargent, Bliss, Schemm and
Strauss would be named, would pre-
sent a preliminary report during the
Before the meeting was opened to-
day, Chairman Strauss made a brief
statement' for publication.
"I can not tell you anything about
the plan for putting into practice the
peaceful projects of this conference,"
he said; "we are at work on it, and in
ON PACIFIC COAST
more apparent that the chief cause of j
I Anadarko today.
I a restraining order was issued against to tUe senate tomorrow the nomlna-
It is the case of the residents of the defendants to prevent them from tions of Charles F. Gallenkamp of
the trouble in the past has arisen I Qa(j(]0 against the Arapahoe Townsite I disposing of any of the lots ,or in any union, Mo., to be surveyor of the port
from misunderstandings. Never weie, company ] way interfering with any of the occu 0f gt, ixmis in place of Charles H.
truer words spoken than by John | The petition names 76 plaintiffs and pants thereon, so they can not sell
Mitchell yesterday when he said that, jj (jefen(jants. j any of their lots for several months.
there never was a strike which could 1 —
not have been averted if opposing In WYATT ON TRIAL.
terests had first met and tactfully eon- j
sidered their respective rights." Charged With Assaulting George
Muxlow With a Knife.
An Encouraging Sign.
Philadelphia,. Pa, Dec. 18.—By a j The trial of James Wyatt, charged
vote of 503 to 129 the conductors an-1 with assaulting George Muxlow with
motormen of the Union Traction com- a knife at Lawrie early last summer,
pany which controls all the street rail- j jg on in the district court today,
way lines in the city today decided not j Wyatt was one of the hosts at a
to strike. The strike was favored by dance given at Lawrie to which Mux-
RACE FIXER FIXED.
Cheats Justice by Committing Suicide
[By Associated Press.]
Brookville, Ind., Dec. 18.—Albert H.
King, one of the trio convicted of
bunco steering in "fixing" a foot race,
evaded his sentence of two to four-
teen years at Michigan City, by end-
the local branch of the Amalgamated i0w was not invited. According to tho. ing his life last night by taking mor-
association, but was opposed by the
Philadelphia Street Railway Em-
ployees' union, an independent orgai-
ization. The dispute was over hours
and increased wages.
INVOLVES MANY THOUSANDS.
story Muxlow marshalled his forces phlne while in Jail.
and made an attack upon the hall Young was a real estate dealer and
where the function was in progress, previous to his connection with the
In the melee which followed Muxlow fraudulent foot race had borne an ex
received a cut back of the shoulder, eellept reputation.
Colonel Thomas Jones is defending _________
] Wyatt. 1
Smith, and Charles F. Wenneker of
St. Louis, to be collector of internal
revenue. It is also stated that the
recommendations of the Republican
members of congress will largely gov-
ern the president in the selection of
officers in their respective districts in
Missouri and that in the state at large
the recommendations of Richard
Kerens, the Missouri member of the
Republican National committee, and
Mr. Aikens, chairman of the State Re-
publican committee, will be given fa-
Governor Otero Renominated.
Washington, ,D. C„ Dec. 18.—The
president today nominated Miguel
Otero, governor of New Mexico;
Benj. S. Baker, Nebraska, associate
justice of the supreme court of New
Passengers and Crew Are
Saved But Cargo a
Big Suit Pending in Independence
Aqainst the Santa Fe. SCHLEY CONFERS WITH COUNSEL. Wife
A la-ysuit is now in progress at Iu-j Associated Press.]
dependence, Kansas, which is of local i Washington, D. C„ Dec
Interest. It is a suit brought by teJ^e was held today between Ad- Chicago
Truskett and other promoters of the hiiral Schley and his counsel
He Has Met With
18.—A con-1 [By Associated Press.l
III., Dec. 18—The police.nnnounc)?g tlie appointment of Cap-
The have Instituted search for James No-'|aln Adna t. c,ark to be fir8t Ueu.
Captain Clark's Appointment.
Lawrence, Kas., Dec. 18.—A mes-l
sage received today from Washington
Kansas, Oklahoma Central and South bm of exceptions to the manner of tho lan, 55 years old, said to be a member, tenant in the coast artiUery. Clark
western railway against the Santa Fe findings of the court of inquiry will of the mining Arm of Nolan, Hogs & ig a Twentieth Kansas veteran, now
Railway company for $175,000 dam b<> read>' fo1' Presentation to the seep-
ages. The plaintiffs are the alleged tar-v ot the nay^ some time today'
promoters of what was known to
[By Associated Press.]
Co., of Pasadena, Cal. Three weeks J holdg a positlon as district clerk ot
ago Nolan came to Chicago and after (louK,asB county, and stands very
a short acquaintance married Helen
C. Koch. Two weeks later he left for
a business trip to Milwaukee, taking
highly with Republicans all over the
lie i- expected home the last of the
week. He does not expect his assign-|
mcnt for a couple of weeks.
Editor Appointed Postmaster.
Olathe, Kas., Dec. 18.—The contestl
for postmaster of this city has beenj
endde by the appointment of Charle
Sprague, one of hte owners of thai
Olathe Mirror, who will succeed Post-1
master Lanter Jan. 1. Sprague hall
tin endorsement of both Senator Bur-I
ton and Congressman Bowersock. Hal
announces that he will retain Roscoel
Smith as deputy, who has served!
throughout Postmaster Lanter' term.
Philippine Tariff Bill.
Washington, D. C., Dec. 18.—Thol
"whips" on both sides of the housal
were actively at work today prepar-l
ing for the vote on the Philippine!
tariff bill which Is set for 4 o'clock.!
This will be the first division ot any!
importance sinc e the new membership!
o fthe house assembled. The Repub-
lican majority at present is 37, .ia
against 14 in the last house. Repre-
sentative Tawhey, Republican s aid of |
the probable result of the vote:
"The bill will pass by a liberal ma-
jority, although there will be some |
breaks on botB sides. On the Repub-
lican side we will not lose to exceed I
eight votes. This lo :> will be partially |
compensated by a gain from the Louis-
iana delegation of six votes. The netl
result shows that the bill will pass |
: Guthrie people as the '-Martin Road"
I the concessions and privileges for - . - „ ... _
which they afterwards disposed of to Salina, Kas., Dec. 18.-Last night with him $16,000 in mining s^rities.
[By Associated Press.] .the Santa Fe, with the exception, as two hundred and twenty-five of the e as no re urne an< y 1
San Francisco, Cal., Dec. 18.-A J the plaintiffs claim, of the townsite most prominent shriners in the state bride reported his disappearance t
dispatch to the Merchant's Exchange privileges and other subsidies, along sat down to a banquet that followed e po ice, ear ng
says the steamer San Bias, which left the right of way from Caney, Kas.. to the shrine meeting. v 0 ence-
San Francisco Nov. 29 for Panama. Guthrie. The "Martin road" was nev- E. C. Culp was elected potentate, j ______—
was wrecked Dec. 17, off La Libertad. er built by the new purchasers. In The following were elected dele- New York, Dec. 18,-Oliver Harn-
The passengers and crew were saved, stead, the plaintiffs allege, the Santa gates to the meeting of the imperial man, sr., said to be worth at least five
The San Bias was owned by the Paci- pe caused to be organized the Okla-, council at San Francisco in June: millions, has been declared insane at
fic Mail company. Its tonnage was homa and Eastertj Railway company, | E. C. Culp, Salina; S. R. Peters, Port Chester, N. Y. The petition was j not defended.
1,496. It carried a crew of about 50 which practically covered the same Newton; T. E. Dewey, Abilene; J. H. made by his eight children. Harri-1 crowd in the court room and in the
and had passengers and freight for route as the proposed "Martin road,' Reeder, Hays City. man is Beventy years old.
Mexican and Central American Paci- but in the transaction Truskett and
flc ports. The wreck occurred north the other original promoters claim to j
A "HELLISH GANG."
Theodore and Laura Jackson so Char
acterized by a Lawyer.
[By Associated Press.]
London, Dec. 18.—Theodore and
Laura Jackson (Ann Odella Diss Da
Bar), pleaded not guilty when arraign-
ed today to stand tiial on the charge
of immorality. The prisoners were
There was a very largo
of La Libertad on the San Salvador have been shut out of the townsits
coast. It is thought the passengers privileges.
and crew are being brought north on The importance of the suit is recog-
LAND OFFICE CONTESTS.
Docket Almost Cleared After Twelve
The case of Silas Barton against
Jackson Wheeler was on trial in the
local land office yesterday. Wheeler
filed on the land which is near Wells-
ton, in 1891, and in 1892 he died.
Shortly after his death his widow died
and the heirs abandoned the land.
Barton contested the entry charging
abandonment and failure to cultivate
the land. A decision was obtained in
favor of Barton. Hoffman & Embry
of Chandler were attorneys for the
The case of Abraham Boles against
William Burke involving land near
Chandler, was up for trial yesterday
in the local land office, but was con-
tinued for service until Jan. 28, 1902.
This is another case wr.ore the heirs
are charged with failure to cultivate
the land. Judge McCarver is the at-
torney for the contestant and B. F.
Garrett the attorney for the heirs.
The local land office has cleaned up
the contest docket, so that at the pres-
ent time there are but two cases pend-
ing for trial, one of which has been
partly tried and will be closed this
The contest docket at the local of-
fice which has since 1889 contained
3,635 cases, is now practically closed
nized In the array of eminent legalj
talent representing the Santa Fe In
the trial, including Robert Dunlap of
Chicago, general attorney for the
road; A. A. Hurd of Topeka, general
solicitor for Kansas; Henry E. Asp of
Guthrie, general solicitor for Oklaho-
ma, and William Duncan of Independ-
WILL BUILD FINE RESIDENCE.
The best way to avoid martial mis-
understandings is to avoid the whole
M. L. Turner Lets Contract for Hand-
some Brick Structure.
Yesterday M. L. Turner, president
of the Western National bank, let the
contract for building a handsome
brick residence on the corner of
Eleventh and Robinson streets to L.
The plans for the building have
been prepared by Architect D .Turb-
fill. The building will be of Kansas
City buff brick and Carthage stone
trimmings. The interior will be fin
ished in hard wood with hard wool
doors and ceilings. The building will
be heated with hot water and will
have all the modern conveniences.
Mr. Turner's residence will be the
only real brick residence in the city.
Work will begin on the foundation im
mediately and it will be ready for the
super-structure by January 1st.
vicinity of the court when the solici-
tor general opened the case. Review-
ing the points brought out in the
hearings, he characterized the pris-
oners as a "hellish gang."
Death of Mrs. Swearingen's Father.
Mrs. H. T. Swearingen left yester-
day morning for Mounta.n City, Kas.,
where she was called by a telegram
announcing the serious illness of her
father, L. Swift, a prominent citizen
of that place. Mr. Swearingen receiv
ed a message this morning announc-
ing the death of Mr. Swift which oc-
curred last night. Mr. Swearingen
will leave in the morning for Moun-
Christmas Shoppers in St.|
Louis Experience a
[By Associated Press.]
St. Louis, Mo., Dec. 18.—One per-
son was killed and seven injured to-
day by the fall of a passenger elevator
in tho department store of Schaper
Bros. The drop was from the fourth
floor to the basement.
Mrs. Catherine Walsh, aged 33, head
Miss Hone Rowe, aged 25, face lac-
erated, leg broken and head cut; Mrs.
J. M. Hard, aged 23, back sprained,
heail hurt; Mrs. Lena Broc^haus,
aged 26, leg broken, scalp lacerated;
Mrs. Annie Reiss. aged 33, leg broken,
injured internally; Mrs. Relnhart,
aged 25, leg broken, back hurt; Mrs.
Kate Deering, aged 20, leg broken and
back hurt; Will Cona, elevator conduc-
tor. aged 18, leg broken and back hurt.
AFTER AMENT'S SCALP.
It is Believed the Alva Man Will Lose|
It is understood that the successor!
There will be a special meeting of ,0 O- C* I rench as secretary of the|
the Order of the Eastern Star Hhurs- 'Mire Stock Sanitary commission will
day evening, Dpc. 19. for conferring
the degrees. All members are
The Euchre Club.
The Ladies' Euchre club will be en-
tertained Friday afternoon by Mrs.
B. S. McGuire. There will be two
extra tables and all the members are
urged to be present.
The Oratorio society will meet to-
night with Miss Maude Goodrich on
East Cleveland avenue at 8 o'clock.
The change is due to the serious ill-
ness of the infant child of Mr. and
Mrs. West. Mark Wright, director.
Quested to be present. Come early.
M. E. Harrington, Secretary.
Stops the Cough
and Works off the Cold.
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure
a cold in or.e day. No cure, no pay
Price 25 cents.
Renfro's for holiday goods.
Photo by Ciinedinat, Washington.
MISS C0CKRELL, WHO WILL CHRISTEN A WARSHIP.
Miss Marion Cockrell, who has been selected to christen the new battle-
ship Missouri, Is the daughter of Senator Cockrell. She is a tall and beautiful
young vromnn who Is a Bocinl favorite In Washington. The launching of the
Missouri is to take plaew ut Newport Nsws late in December or early In
There will be a meeting of the
ladies of the G. A. R. at th eresidence
of Mrs. Clark tomorrow afternoon at
Mrs. J. J. Boles has been seriously
ill but is slightly improved today.
When you want something for noth-
ing, go to Renfro's.
John H. Rnoades, now undcrl
sheriff at Lawton. Rhoadcs is a for-|
mer Rough Rider.
As a result of a conference between
Governor Ferguson and the regents of
tho Alva Normal school yesterday a
general shaking up of the faculty of
that institution is expected. Presi-j
dent Ament, it is believed, is slated to]
go ano other changes are expected]
during the holidays.
The committee to investigate thel
condition of affairs at the Norman|
sanitarium will be named soon, it
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