The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 325, Ed. 1 Sunday, May 11, 1902 Page: 1 of 8
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mpiillv making a railgetnent* to make
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THE STATE CAPITAL'S
SPI CIAI. TRAIN
MOLTEN LAVA FLOWING
STREAM HALE MILE WIDE.
PAT CROWE IS
St. Pierre Entombed in the Flaming Fluid and
Ashes While People Sleep.
. A Graphic Description of Mount Pelcc Eruption, Greatest
Catastrophe Since Destruction of Pompeii-Other
Volcanoes Have Since Broken Out and
Island is a Mass of Flames.
Omaha. Neb.. May 10.- A morning
paper will print tomorrow morning
what purports to be an interview villi
Pat Crowe whose name has hern con
nected with the abduction ">i lylward
A. Cudahy. Jr.. son of the milli*•iwit"
packing bouse owner, eighteen mouths
ago. and for whose return a ransom .1
$_'5.ooo in gold was paid by the lath-
The interview is said to ha\c occur-
red some time ago. Crowe .it th.• tune
wa-> in the vicinity of Omaha and ac-
cording to his own statement li.1 • been
111 this city s, veral times s-uc the kid-
napping occurred. He disclaims hav
uig been concened in «>r connected
with the abduction, and expresses the
belief that James Callahan, who was
twice ac<|uittcd of participating in the
crime, had nothing whatever to do
In the interview Crowe tells a long
stork of his wanderings . during the j
pa t year and a half and insists that he
has been perpetuated by tnc nolicc.
Mr. Cmlahy could not be reached by
rehphoiie tonight, and Chief "i Police
Donah.ie lias not yet returned from
the I>uis\ iHe 1' >11 venti<>11.
j Police officials seen tonight in-
clined to discredit the story, at ieast
j tlu* greater part of it.
Senator Bailey Would
Amend Army Bill.
A LIVELY DEBATE.
READ> TO DEPART
'aft today closed uj
1 connection with alia
•pine- and left for C
ie will attend t>> som
icss prior to Iiis depar
i'ork on the 171 h 111-t
o bis po>t at Manila.
lie will stop a
n order to dis.
his business here
lairs in the Phil
. REPUBLICAN CO MENTION
TO BE HELD JUNE 25.
with the authorit
He will be accompanied on H-
sion to Koine by Judge Jani'
Smith, of the supreme court oi
I Philippines, and Major John P..
ter. oi the judge advocate general
Mice. These ucntlctncn were scl
Expenses of Agent to Coro-
nation the Cause.
It Will be Convened in the City of Hnid and
Contain 479 Delegates.
THE ENTHUSIASM UNPARALLELED.
_ -. * -. Slate Cttpital Bureau. I ' lltli Si
NO RFASfiN uHY Washinglon. I . ' . Ma\ I
MU ItL ftJVM Mill .ji|ti8 VV( , . | (,,,iay t > I
I mans as follows:
0. Watson. Apache. ?- S
William M Ibut s Frisco, |s.
Itenjnmin C.rccn, Vining. ?s
William (iiithrie. Merry, fl
David I. Clark. Rossville. 510.
Texas Statesman Contends Un
ted States Should Not Send
No Nations Recog-
Castries. f-t. Lucin. Ti. \V. I Mny
10 Mont p.: vTATi Hfllin Ull I
some ten miles north «'! St. Pierre, tIn J In I LlluvU IJI L L
immierenl i;ipit;il ->i Marl ill i., mi- /'arc ta ctmiti
llie mi 11 ni^tin" w llii'll 111 ■ I' 1.' ■, 1'.1:1' liuiS lu Sr IN A It.
01 eruption nlty years ago. *Jn M >y
3 last it began to throw out den c
clouds of smoke. At midnight the
same ii.,y .cconipanled with Rererrec| (o Committee on Terri-
rumbling noises, lighted the ~k> ohi
an immense area, causing wi.i spread tories—No Delay ror Action
terror. May 4 hot ashes c.ner--d the ( Nevr Week
whole city quarter «>i St. Pierre an inch hoai wftiv.
thick and made Mont Pelcc invisible. |
At noon May 5 a stream oi burning
lava rushed 1400 feet down the in--up- State Capital Bureau, <il! 11th St.
, tain side, jollowfaig the ilry bed of a Wuhlnston, D. 0., May nt.— Tnt
torrent and reaching the sea. live miles . . .
from the .n.miitatn. in three tm.mt .. I*""""* «<atebno<! lull by the
In it- rush the tierv ilood swept irom 'house yesterday was today attested t y
its path plantations, building*, i-.c clerk McDowell and the bill .sont to
torie- cattle ami luinian beings > vcr
a breadth of about ball a mile. •, Wa "r": 11 '1'-v re-
At the rear of the mouth oi the ferred to the committee on territories.
Kivicrc Blanche stood the large C.uenn it is stated by members c f that com.
sugar factory, one of the hnest ,i the miller that there will be no disposi-
island. It i- now .•oinplete'y cntoinbtd non to prevent action on tlie lull but
m lava. The tall cliiinn y •.:••;•• •- that it will be taken up and consd-
visible. One hundred and bn> p- i ered next. week.
sons are estimated to have perished '
there, including the owner s mi.
As the lava rushed into POST fV|ASTE RS.
latter receded three hundred feet ail
ffieafer*'st r c ng i't 11?' a 1 >,g' wave' *co veV<' •! State Capital Bureatt. 610 14th St.
the whole sea front of St. Pierre
Statt> Capital Bureau. 810 14th St.
Washington. I>. May in. The
senate this morning parsed a bill g v
Ing the chief executive, officer of any
of the live nations in the Indian Ter-
ritory authority to sell to persons lor
manufacturing purposes tracts of 1 <
acres of land immediately adjoilng
Kansas City. May 1<> W in. c. Cow-
herd was renominated today bv the
democratic congressional convention
of the Fifth district at Independence.
•VIII LERS BUY
Wichita. Ka'is.. May to.—The Kan
-as and Oklahoma Miller- ass.,, .m ou
have initiated : movement to nurilia-e
three coasting steamers to carry their
product"- tjooo barrVI >i ' nr. p>
day- to Cuba and the Kastern
from Gal\ < -ton. J. I-.. I low art
ritg member of the association
j cd the story ton
o. A In el;
bate occurre<l*in ili«
an amendment to il
tion bill offered M
providing that no part oi th ..|>pr<
nriatioiis made by the niea-Mr'; honl
be tisctl in defraying the e\peu-es <
the special einbass\ i < the • ot. •
• •i King Edward VII cd England. M
bailey contended that the I'liite
States should not send a sp cal en
bassador tb the oronati« n of I n
lands king >r to the coronation •;
any other ruler, when the country tin
honored did not extend a lik- c mru
'V to the I'llitcd States on tile mat
guratioti of a president. Alter coj
siderable discussion the auiendnvi
was withdrawn and the bill pa--e«l.
Subsequently Mr. bailey >d
resolution, which will be coi
later, covering the point mad'
Mr l odge caller, ->t' mi ni
LONG W'l-.UCOMKD BACK.
Boston, V y I<>. I'ormer Secret;
of tFie Xa\'\ "J.ong \\„s welcoincfl lin k
to Boston tlr. afternoon at a dinner
given by the members of the Ma- i
cluisctt s club. In In addres. Mr. Long
paid a tribute t>> Admiral Sampson.
MADl' PRKS1 DI'.NTIAI. OFFICE.
Washington May to. The postoffice
at Steven villi Montana and Arapahoe
and Pillules. Okahoma. have been
advanced to the presidential grade.
LITTLE Bl SIM SS
IN THE HOUSE.
The Greatest Session of a Territorial Central Committee
That Was Hver Held in Oklanoma-Kingfisher,
Cuthrieu Perry, Oklahoma City, Hnid, bl
RenoVnd Lawton Were Aspirants.
Ct l iiat
doing little damage ashore or afloat.
Terrible detonations, heard hundre'ls
of miles northward, follow"* 1 at liort.
irregular intervals and continued ; t
night. In the intense durkin •• ihe
) electric lights failed, b-.-.t tin- t< \'.u
was lit up by lurid dashes of flame
from the mountain. The terror sinck-
inhabitants rushed for the hills in their
nfcd't clot lies, ^creamingf shouting
and wailing—mad with terror.
I The Phssono family escape 1 to St. j
" Tura in a small, steamer. Thin> m.
persons, mostly women a:ul c!::'dnn, !
arrived here in the ior>no.>n tbe 1
sixth ami furnished the abov details.
The men remained at Martini<|ue.
The same aftcroon 1 a i • ■ *.. teb c in
ic communication was -.111 ^■ ipt • ■ 1 villi
both the islands of Martini«;uv ail'!
During the afternoon of the Nth Ihe
Briti-h sttanier Rodtlam. winch ha>l
bm St. Lucia at midnight on the ,th
fur Martininue. crawlcl "1 wlv ■ t'.t
Castries harbor, uurcconni'abl.-. .-av
with ashes, her rigging dismantled ana
sheets and awniilgs liai^mg ..bout,
torn and charred.
Captain Whatter reported that, hav-
ing just east anchor off St. Pierre at
IS a m.. In fine weather succeeding an
awful thunderstorm dui-'ng tin- night,
tin was talking to his ship agent, ins.
J'llssono. who was in a boat along-
side. when he saw a tremendous cloud
Df smoke and glowing cinders rustl-
ing with terrific rapidity over the
town and port, completely developing
the former in a sheet of flame and
lain ng fire on board. 'Ihe agent had
just time to cllb on board when bis
boat disappeared Several of the
crew or the Roddam were quickly
geeiclKd In death. By superhuman ef
forts, having steam up. the table w
flipped ami the steamer backed away
\ from shore and nine hours later mnn-
▼ aged to rnotl Castries Ten of tae
Itoddam's men were lying dead, con-
torted and burned out ot human semb-
lance, owing to the black cinders thai
covered the : fin's dock to tl>«* depth
if six Inches. Two more of the <•
nave slace d «d. 1 wo of the survlv-
• ors of the crew were loud in i'
praise of the heroic conduct of the
captain in steering their v. ssel away
from destruction with his own hands,
whit h are badly burned by the rain
of f ro which kept falling on the sh>n
for miles after she got under way Mo
yond burns all over bis body the cap
tain is safe, as is also the ship agent,
though he is badly scorched.
Mr. Pilssono Is believed here to
tho Hole survivor of the 10,100 Inhab-
itants of the town ami all of the ship
ping in the port has been utterly do
The Brlt'sh royal mall steamer Ksk,
whvcil eal'Hl Off Mnrtinlqji.' ;;t ti'Il
o'clock laal night, report^ stnndii.. off
Bhore Ave miles snnnmng hi r wilistle
>nd sending up rot ' ' She i«>«- iv ti
Ho answer. Tlie whole • i front wie
blaring for miles, The Ksk -• nt a boat
^Continued on Tage Three.)
Washington. I). C., May 10. I'ost
masters weer appointed today fol-
L. F. Laverty, ('addo county.
J. B. Wilson. Woods county.
an ended the
ar of Russia.
id Mr. Bailev. -
bassy to *
larch, «ir t
... Iaffront i«> the nation conc
AMBASSADOR TOWER AR- | -I, ,, be true that we
RIVES. >.—lbassu-s in ilu* coronatit
New York. May Hi.—The Cnilerl rnpt'.in rulers. I ask if I"
Stan - ambassador in Russia. Char'.e ever lia>c In . n suit |.
naiiin' Tower, arrived today on tin i Ittiration of the preside! "
American liner St. Paul. He will re- Jed Slate-
main in America not more than three I hands ti
Washington. I . c . May 1". The
house Xoday transacted some minor
business including the jiasa*,!- if a re«-
!olut'on to print Ihe 500 iopbs of Hie
• id a Jefferson's Bible and then lud as;>le
si.u r« 1 public business to pay trbuie i> the
in h: I memory of the late representative,
j Rufus K. Polk, of Peui sylvan i mi l
n to the the late senator 1. <> K;.I• «f Stuti>
v'n: (Dakota. Mr. Pnderwood ohjecte-l the
Donation consideration of the senate resolution
| for the release of tln relief of th-'
e ar • loivlctima of the West indies dlsa^t 'C
e e if. >ii.t I because no official report had been
made to congress.
ATTACK A CITY
BV I AND AM) SEA.
ncctii of i! 1 .-rrit">r:.tl rcpub-
territorial convt'ntion. consid-
he members and enthu >iasm*
w el I live I • • I ri-pnbln ant
•presenting ill part •>! ' )klaho-
Venezuelan Government Troops
Defeated After Seven
inly the rem
lit, but the
Kvli v ' . oil
i ti I v by the
NATION'S WAR AGAINST
BEEF TRUST BEGINS.
Application For Injunciion, Sweeping in Character, is Now
Filed-Charges Conspiracy, Blacklisting, Creating False
Markets-Packers Will File Demurrer to the Bill.
thy do not
What I protest against
Bailey, "is this: That 11
republic in the world h.
for a monarchy what moi
not perform for us."
lie said; that oi course.
( )k!.aboma ;i
C\. Mav in
i.l Indian Te
Port of Spain. Island of Trinidad, 1 <b
Tuesday. May •> Venezuelan govern
merit troops under (Jen. Vicente Oomez. ''
| attacked Carupano. state of Bermudc/..
1 Venezuela, by land and by sea, with the
gunhoatB Kesiaurador. Agosb.. Zum- y
j bador. but the port i still In the bands , j
I . f the revolutionists. Alter a seven . ,
' hours battle the government fortes ^
] were defeated and obliged to abandon "
jibe Held, leaving 11 men dead and ,
j 210 wounded. The city suffered ter
j ribly from the shelling of the govern-
ment war vessels. The remainder of b
(leneral Gomez s tropos escaped on;
board the gunboats and reached Gum- ,
! ana. on the Gulf of Cariaeo May 7. u
1 Gomez w as woundefl.
Carupano now presents a spec tacle of 1
! desolation. The en hie is cut. ',
-ih' lor an
lident of suc-
ii the ranks were
i- aii'l llwir v«>k cs
qual deliberation in
11 pr< '-lit" 11 not
itteeiiien. but in ad-
ii .ii ihe i.dwarts,
istic. The candidates
"mixing" ai i>>ng tlie
wa> mil-1. na-
ri ni. Whoever the
all til other c.mui-
.111<I boost for bun.
I Kan as City. Mo.,
ininee, butted ill and
to them oil mushns
Chicago, 111.. May 10.—With the full
approval of Attorney General Knox,
representing the national government, j jawf„|
shall be sustained, the federal attorney
can lile an amended bill.
The petition enarges conspiracy, un- ,
omldnation. blacklisting, il
their own c\ocnIf
an embassy w i re -cut it < •tight
coilfirmc"! by the senate.
It was pointed out by Mr.
that the power of the pre>rb*nt i>
a special agent was csiai.li-dicd
ougbly by practice. It v.a cleai
lie bad such authority. The pre
had appointed a special crib -
to the coronation of the Kit
Spain. There ha<1 been oht-r ,m
the apoininicut of similar repr-
tiveN of the government. \cc.
to the pr">poM-d amendtn-m iIn r
arniv olTicer -ent on tliis en
would be derived simply >f his r
pay and mileage.
This would be a needless arfp
the officer and to (Ireat Briiai
Mr. Bailey said it was n<>: r
1 by the ameulmcnt : > pnnis
my officer on the prop >s.-,l c
BATTLE WITH DESPERADOES
AND JACK TIGER KILEED.
United States Marshals Surround Them and Desperate
Fight Ensues Two Fscaping—Belonged to Wewoka
Band-Are Wanted For Murder.
ie into (
. but Mil
District Attorney S. C. Bethea this
evening filed at the clerk of the fed mi
court here, a bill for an injunction.
sweeping in character, designed to ties
troy the alleged giant conspiracy to
Illegally control the meat trade of the
United States. The original of the hill
wes recorded the moment filed, and was
at once placed in the offlt ipl files of the
court clerk ofib". At the same titm
District Attorney Bethae served noth •
at li p. in. May 20 he will appear be-
fore Judge Cross and ask for a tem-
porary injunction against the packers
and their representatives under tii«■
Sherman National Anti-Trust law
What the defendants will do. now
that tin government has begun the
tyiig talked of proceedings, was for-
' listed by one oi their representatives
Thev wiil not make a fight on May L'",
according to the authority. They will
submit I" the entry of an onb r en-
joining them from the acts complained
III in Hi ■ bill, and will promise til n- mttll(|pf( th.lt h |„.
frain from further alleged violations
of the law until the time of the next
hearing That probably will be about aid ISller, the Judge
June Hefoi" lb'* latter date they
will have ii I o« i a demurrer, in which
legal cartage shares, an illegal credit Mr Monc\ i>i
agreement, creating false market prices e l against tin
Illegally depressing tiie market, and eiub i • m the o
accepting railway rebates. , or potentate, n-.i
All of the principal packing com-,, r.pn i* ' 1
panics organized under the laws of < ■>. ■ 1 . heel
New Jersey, Michigan. New York ami • ,t.'
Illinois are made parties to the defense, j Mr. 11• >. r i
and all are residents of Illinois kave tin i.ih. • i i
Mr. Sulzburger and Mr Noyse of New shmibl 1 pa>
York and 15. C. Swift of Boston. I which that n
The government recites that their That argumci
plants and yards are at Chicago. Kan- 1 answerabb
. as City, Omaha. St. Joseph. Sioux ;•• iai «•■•!■
City. Ha: i St, Kotiis. Cudahy. and Ham- and • • '
mond. Indiana. | way of
1 he svmpathi
hat Ilu- I "nit i
a tribute to ar
i>11 dnl tnd p«i
e.l Stat, -
rs of any
•v had be
aide now wc
SHUT OUT CORONER.
1 Mr. Spo.
j felt that th
j tw to send
the insufficiency of the governments t)||i K|lt.rjff that in
petition will be alleged. This demur
rer. it i^ said, will raise an Important
point under Ihe inter-etnte etimmen «•
rrgulallons, pcobabiy to the effect that
the .-hipping of meats to one agent in
another state under a certain agree-
ment is not inter-state commerce In
the event that the demurrer shall be
ove- ruled. Ihe p ickers wjll . till hn\ •
Ihe privilege of filing an answer which
will necessitate a further hearing on Mt Uiat such action
Omaha. Neb.. May 30.— Coronet
Bailey today empaneled a jury nnn
proceed lo the htn ie I Judge JJIIcr,
accompanied by the shertf and rte-
I to hopl
in inquest over the remains of Doll-
on who died
under Chlstian Seiein .■ nealing. lu lu
ISller opened a window and informed
l.'i* o hold the
Inquest he would have to bren t down
three doors, tear the Ani<*i an ting
from Ihe coffin ami break a :< ek wi'li
which the coffin was secured, lie ifcld
that, lie would offer no personal in-
sistence but would not aid the coro-
ner in any manner. I ne coroner de-
cided to make no attempt to enter,
and wlthdr w Coroner Bailey s..id h'
(Contiued on Page Two.)
, MilSCog"-"'. I
a Creek despei
Cripple Creek. Col.
who i- believed to li
tve bi t
. A man
n W. W.
j ed today by ;
A la bam
with the ti r
m of 1
cral shots with
. a 11* r i
ficei i had sin
u., - burnt d
in a tire
small house a
and ball a d<
of'a elan ti'-'v
it y. Tlu
have been wai
of one of tliei
K 1. N 1:S I;X1
o. J. il
1 Katlit r
\icted oi ill
j ll«- Will be g
| was erratic
I l'.i'l been i.o
ven a lit
R. Is.Nf .
\V I \
s shot and kill
I Stales deputy
SETTLING OVER TRANSVAAL.
the merits ol the government charges ;iul *
.1 to let Ihe alia i pa1 > wi'U-
on th<- other hand, the demurrer j(/■£ further official houcj.
Lisbon. May in—A dlspaMi received
here from Deiagoa Bay Portugese ISast
Africa says that peaee m South Africa
is certain f> result from the eonfer-
„f i]>e ' H-r leaders to l.o held at
Vereeniging. ransvaal. May 1">. It is
said. th<- dispatch corntluee. that peace
will be officially proclaimed May 2u.
After having in« i th"* burghers in
the IkdU aud explained to them the
British terms'the Boer leaders we:-, to
meet at Vereeniging and reach a final
decision 011 the subject of pea. •
A dispatch from London dated May
2. said It was oWelaly lu^.-rted that
after their conference at Vereeniging
the Boer leaders would proceed to Pre
iona and tytnoun 1 to Lord Kitchener
the d« Ish v. K*rd to the v ai«
terms, ihey were prepared to u • pt. ,
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