The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 215, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 31, 1901 Page: 1 of 8
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heir" it wi i point >ou to **' "J"
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I I- Mat. «'.n-ual Want Col-
wl|| tin.) It f-o " > y",11
want i,. j., u .loim-thlr" ' lh,s ,'
linn i„ u great salesman. U 1* 118
medium between all the people.
TI ! SHAY MOKMNU
<U'THRIK, OKLAHOMA, DE< 'KM 1! Kit ;U. IOoi.
TI IM'.W MOKN IN(i.
The Big Battle of Boodle Interests is on
in the Northwest.
the defendant corporations to tn N.irth- j
• i n Btcorlties company, have s reed no-
tice uj«on the holder? of the prcl-irt.l
stock that n January !. 190;, the;. would
retire such preferred stock.
The I iil alleges further than since its
r.i-orgiiniration the Northern T'aci!h> Hail-
w.iy company has conducted a mi.TWF-
ful und profitable business, and his i aid
four per cent on ith pre|. rred ft .< k .id
is now paying four on the c-immort out
of tho earnings after paying the fir..I
chrgen and the operating exp^ns s; that
there j a fund of about 18,000,090 : • . j, ,
• Continued on Page Two.)
the wheat crop
SALINA. KA4v. I>e. 30—The «
<&• outlook for the winter wheat is *• j
becoming decidedly unfavorable ■
v on account of the dry weather. In • !
'• Western and Southern k.iiisjs
*• while the weatN-v has been very
cold. practical y no snow or rain
• has fallen this winter I'nle <
• moisture of some kind comes at
• once, the propped is that the
■> wheat nop #iH not amount to
*♦ farmers generally reject the
' theory thu* the ixrwlvp cold
damaged the wheat to any c\-
DOES NOT WANT WAR
is to Collect Their
Concerted Action W ill Follow th'j Restraining Order Yes-
terday Granted Against the Big Railroad Trust Prohib-
iting the Retirement of Preferred Stock.
iyiv i v
+ ♦ 4 t"f - v «; ^ . . . .
* NEW TORK, D< 80
* World Wll t • .
A ch i f, S. I .. . «ii-
* it :s sail i., th-
* Not thorn f u li R.-j.u . • < •
* J. P. M irgan and t1 np
* deiiven d Mon laj . It repres
4 part of the subsi i Ipt lot to
<*• Northern I.. ii Kailwa
* with the fun.l of $ o! -i.ooti u
was to be u- d Thur>il...v ;
tire the preferred sto-k of
ake precedence of the
oninion stock ol
Ii >m pluc ng l< h pre p-
lereof, «.r the uianafo
v .system or my part
MINNKAPULIB, V1NN I ,
Judge Elliott of t! ■ ii slI,, , , .....
nepin county today Kraut, d .. t
«•!der. re.-t i aining t he . •• . >
Northern I acilic ,nv f,
the preferred st- .-k m' i i.r. . mm
order Was issued on the
Peter Power - f \. a oVrk'
a hupdred pftai « of the i m n'<
2t was stiprosed that thi fnllui
ill' Nun hern securities company < r from
<nt. ring into any agreement, or arms...-
nu nt, • it her dii ei tl.v or indiiectl
the in"dlum of the Nortth rn
c'_'inr un.v, or nthvrwise. with tn<- Lire
N n'lht rii Railway crunjiuiiv, the Ch c
burlington an I Qulnc.v Kai.wav com p. < ti
■ >r ell: --r of th> in. for the pun is • ■ t ■ au
in« the railway svsiem owi..-t and coi
tr-oi-.i !•> ti - oNrthem Paclilc Rallw
« inijany operat. J in Co
or un • r t ly same rules, or
authority as the Great Northern Railway
npan.v and the Chicago. HurUngton
FIGHT RAILWAY TRUSTS
Meeting of Governors and Attorneys of Siveral States i
Helena Yesterday Organized and Wilf Proceed to
Formulate Plans For Fighting Jim HifPs Scheme.
Thi."; root of many evils —
Giandular tumors, abscesses, pimples
and other cutaneous eruptions, bore
ears, inflamed eyelids, rickets, dyspep-
sia. catarrh, readiness to catch cold
and inability to get rid of it easily, pale-
i ness. nervousness and other ailments
Including the consumptive tendency—
Can be completely and permanently
removed, no matter how young or old
Hood's Sarsaparilla r'^en th* daughter |
of Siia^ Vernooy. Wawarsinv:. N V . who had j
broken out with acrofula sores all oT(>r her '
fare and head Thu first bottle helped her
ami when *hc had taken six the sore s were all !
hraleu and her far* was smooth He writes
that she has never sbowu any sign of th«
•crofula return inc
Hood s SaraapaHJla ]-|lcrc js< 0p Course, Danger of International Complications
Promises to cure and keeps the
promise Ask your druggist for M
EFFORTS WILL EE TOWARD PEACE
today and accept no substitute
• WASHINGTON Dec. —Fore-
■ as; Oklahoma and Indian terrl*
" lory—Fair Tuesday and W< Ine:
•• day; \ariabie winds.
•* 4> 4> «■ «• 4- 4' <• .« < -
in Case of "VX'ar Between Germany and Venezuela That
Would Probably Involve the United States.
i' m ; It ilike that
that their utte.ance
• , -iiunent. A te-
the f • t !mt '.hare is
M'i'-w. towards th*
i in f thl'i new«i,up" •
diap.-itch from v\<ish-
y tk newspaper, |ino-
tInn *«' * l- ?'Y " u S".-No a.- cant thai he would" be present. In a
Ion taken today at the meeting of later telegram howerer. he stated that,„„
the k -1 mors and attorney, grneial of It wa, impossible for him to attend the ' Moni:
al ej to con- meeting?
BUTCHt KS OFF
the Northwest stat'i
Rail w a
• Vll'T • t
it her .if
com pa ny
in filtering u
i hem, for the purpose of j
tition and lixing rate
• I n.i^ht arul pasaeiivers u.'.on either ..f
their lines or railway
THK HISTORY. "
Thi- petition recites briefly the history
1 f th. Northern Pacific railroad nnd tho
division of its stock lnt
t.• 11fil. It is alleged that the only \r.i-
between the preferred stock and
; tin- oomtnoi' stock was that ihe preferred
31 was entitled to the four ;,.-r
| Uiviti'Tid prior to unything lien.., •.a:«i
• ti the tc.mmoii at<K-k. and the hill in tlila
j conin-ction alleges that the pie| ri< d
toek was J Tffe}rci to be retired •
lime within f.v't'ht: Veara :i''ier ti,
it'h "Ider plann for opposing the proposed
consolidation of the Northern Pa. idi,
Great Northe:n und Burlington rail-
The meeting was organized by the
election of Governor Vansant as chaii
From the discussion at SL"" A"orn,ey Mar,i"
these meeting, hoo ver, it Is eon.lder- ~ ah° "* -.'TCTetnrj-- After re:„li„K
ed probable that the plan of Gov. Van
sant oi Minnesota nv*i 11 be endorsed bv
the executives of other states, who
I u ere present and that the fight against
the railroad consolidation wil be car-
ried to a finish. What this plan .s
governor Vaneant refused to state until
the meeting tomorrow morning shall
have taken action. The meetings wer.*
TACOMA. WASHN I>I !< :m All N wH
agents on the trains of the Northern Pa-
cific are to be discontinued after th. 1st
of January Daily papers will he kept "i
the dining <ars and sup) I ed I" . . uir
walters. This means thutt h
dlers must go.
- . , w. t „« v.; ...w wu,ea poller • u:u,8n,,r" "H* ' ""Vi'-ted of killing h
'i or,:anii4ing of the eot^hny. : i l't:i' ?i'arried^and "^itorn""^enoVal^Pv^Hnr of "ur state to m-iintair a free, ..pen i ing'her b.Ml'y iu,":,'fchIi,lou',ijt.b!' "
III14 or the Stock out of the sun n.s- '/ 1 ,,n 1 x t' 1 ' > Geneial P> le of and unrestricted competition in l-^ght i
' • p : ifid not Oth- Dakota. Governor Hunt and At- and passenffei rates The Gi i North- M1" -
o neral Stratton of Wash- panles operate parallel and competiim '
"rno' McPride of that state. lines of railway within the state Th. v
unt are practically the only roads which J
furnish any transportation facilities tol
i>refcrrc<l ahd common stock I
w« re identical.
' ' •>:!! not r«cftes ti
■ I the Orc.it Northern nnd Chi<'r_o. i,j
•ngton and Quincy lines and aik-n
ihat th Northi in pacific Raliw iv t oi
I any at:d the Qr« at Nurtriern It i.iw,
companx are parudel lines to ih- r • ,i
onatt a rid thai the Chicago, RurlingK
..in! gi.incy Kallr.-ad coinp.in> ha> ,i t>..
all- I line irom Hillings. Mont . t>
i ud that .til such lines are c-oini
for the ti tslness «.i' the Nortri'
not being able to be present on
of the death of Governor Rogers, Gov-
ernor White of North Dakota was als
expected to attend the conference, atid
in fat t had telegraphed Governor Van-
pltal Bureau, 610 Fourteenth St '
GTON. 1 C.. ,;o. Repr.-sP.-t x-
•s Curtis of Kansas, Senator
Wisconsin, and I>legat.- mid
u . hn v.- Inslltutt ti a n-nr hi:. ;
Investigation, the object of winch is in
dise.u . r t in person or p. rsons who 1. . >
been traveling over the Indian Territo:y
making of contract* i-u
of certain towns as coun-
•• individual can be io. it-
proceeded againd crimin-
ecently reached Washitift-
I thai that certain I trties
isiting towns in the India:,
d i rctending to be th" <:i; v
representatlv. s nf .Vn.tto'r
la.st sununer and since the id
ihe owner of this slock.
1 the road ti.
hies not ; ■ J. J
lensts to |
i its hands f
legal St a mi l I
ini si IIy is
KIt\< >R V W SAN! ■ I'
. i1-.-:- V
n hi i part
l*ielfit rn 11 v.
ti. j • 1
• r th
Governor White's ommunication stat
Ingf that he would be not present. Go\
ernor Vansant made a brief speech in
regar-i to the objects of the meeting
giving a brief history of the proposed
railway eonsolldatlon and the .-fTeet ! kansas ivk-f ui-rnrnrn
he believed it would have- on tlv st.it...- ' ' >s | .v,'; <V-nt"n!'-|-
Tho state of Minnesota said the , I
iieM in hov, r< oles private office and governor, ' has had on 1,. i statute WH« '' "'sht Imo court bet- : v n.i l
behind closed doors. Thar, were pre,- booh. Mr more ll n 2fi ye.r. law. pro-1 SS^m! ^ntVn'e."'^
will he nppeah-d t . the
• nt I.'SW.S <J..vernor Tool,- and At- hlbltlng the coTOOllJatlon in any ■ >v ' Th,'
torney (leneral Donovan of Montana, of parallel and competing lines of rail supreme court
the northern half
the exception of the
Iron Ore Roads '."
ON THE WAR PATH
DENVER, DISC >
, , > nlted tates district
known as the j IU
the state board .if nsi
I them fr> m certityi- c <
. '• •>«? nnsi thi • orporatloni
Judge R ner dccl ir- d
(pointing the board or .
institutional and they
lake the assessmeni
< onsidering the rpiest
glsluture in special j
Judge Rin- r
ourt this alt-
tracts with them by wh
Id be madi
h\ congress; that
Flynn h id formed a close c
and would control the question -•
I hey stated that in ordi-r t.i
county seat th. people must pu1
one to live thousand dollars in •
a certain portion of whiin- mus
in cash. These ini;io.cters. aec
reports, have been able to rnti!• i
zens of the various towns out
side ruble sum nt mone\ mil |
taken to the woods with tic ir ho
nntor Quarles. Repres.-nt.iti
NKW YORK, 1 >1.1
lei I, of Summit. N J .
immediately from Kl
: n IL/IilA.M.
r II pe-
Fly n n.
and T e|e>f i
tise in the se\. rest
Mir against thm is
Curtis ti.is aserted tha
any town that pays n single .1
r. j resentative to secure h-eisla
IN EAST m SOUTH
DEPOSIT Of ALL
SCHOOL LAND FUNDS
Important Opinion by Attorney
General Strang at
. I'lared tn th
Isisting of th
hands of a
superintendent of puhip in
the territory of Oklahoma
judgment this pow. r to 1
with it the control of the ft
from the leasing of said la
at all ti.
a.t x Tle« tic-Iio an
dent to ii ! llioiu
i tliotroublM Itid-
rid \slk'> balainces
It is Held That All Moneys Received
From School Lands Should be
TJurned Into the Territor-
•ud re -ti
irtnr'n Little Li
ti1 matipati ii,.
tL-j bowolfl. 1-v.
neral J. <Strang :«in
ilon yesterday relative
f school land funds,
response to a qusry of Hon. Thomoson
it. Fergus mi. govcrno:- of the territory.
In compliance with your request for
i he oplnicn of this offi e as to whether
the board for leant.ng school lands may
tutn the tnonev received by said bo.n '.
• •u- or the -aslnfr of siid i m Is to the
territorial treasurer. 1 have to say
that by act of congress approved May
4 1 h!M. the leasing of all school lands
and of sections 13 and in each town-
ship beit v re«per il\ "l> for the unlver-
t|f agricultural colleget an.l normal
i" ls, . : 1. . hu'"'i• i,g« .•
? j of any publl lands shall i
In some hank designati 1 b
1 in the name of the board
it> bOrsements shall be • hccki
XI nald account, s.tmed by t!i
v and countersigned by the .
the board." Tli first part
half of rule four
separate accounts for all money-
ceived from lands reserved for . omri
schools, colleges and public buidh
o rother purposes respectfully shall
turned over to the treasurer us ;
vlded by law and the money fosf i
mon school shall be turned ovei
the said treasurer on th.- first Jav
">ntlnued n f'tig- 1 g.
A.-iif. they won! i beslznost| •.tbeeewho
! •tftir from tlim lutr • ,ii., tl- . ,, t f
i civ then l I lilt ■ ! c. i • t
w!..>eocetry then. m.,i find thi • lnt'- plllt w.la.
" 1 able in ae ma a> latlhey will t • bo > iU
lln^t-duN. Lout tliuiu. Utitafi.,- . I tick h-*«l
' " 1c thn hane ef no
ruO-i *«maltsuiir groat b
, r , otti - don'>t
Carter's Little Liver Tills ftre T«ry
Tfrr nasj- to take. Uriecr two riili m
If.iy i.-M rs tly v stable an 1 i
pur^e. t.ut l y tbeir «i lit.. t u j;lo*. ..
Oaethsiu lu vlaiaat V3 centa : : r f 1
by di ii;, -Id's everywhere, t.r seat l>; n.a.l.
CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York.
m v h-ll tl.«, 5-,11 p.:.,
tut: tkiv. 4Tl>e>i Ctihi/
HAS BEEN HELD UP
t gripe o
I' l« also probabie
will occur after
1 doWIl, even if :
'•! on the bill in
i ■ pr wemetits
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Greer, Frank H. The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 215, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 31, 1901, newspaper, December 31, 1901; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc124592/m1/1/: accessed May 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.