The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 167, Ed. 1 Friday, November 7, 1902 Page: 1 of 8
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orders for Blank Books and Records in first-
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and largest plant in the Southwest. J* *
THE STATE CAPITAL CO.
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atv now practically complete, and we till
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m. MILES i
(il'TIIUIK. OKI.A., NOVKMHKH T. lima
i hi hay muiimm;
Progress of the Army the
No Serious War Existed in
CONDITIONS IN MUNDANOA
Makes Brief Review of Reports
from Other Officers-Lauds
Bravery and Discipline
tions of Indians.
Washington. Nov. 6.—The annual re-
port of Lieut. Gen. Miles commanding
tho army, is a brief review of the re-
ports that have been submitted to him
by other oficers. He endorses tue rec-
ommendation of General Brooke for a
readjustment of the geographical limits
of the diferent departments with a
view of equalizing conditions. General
Miles calls attention to the necessity of
quarters for troops saying that while
hundreds of thousands of dollars are
being spent for quarters for cavalry,
very little is being used to offord shel-
ter for artillery, which is exposed to
severe climates along the coast.
• These troops", says General Miles,
"are required to be located adjacent to
the fortifications, notwithstanding the
exposed position of many of them ami
I see no reason why buildings should
not be properly construced in time to
be occupied, when it is known for
years exactly where and when they will
be required ! also call attention to the
incomplete conditions of the fortifica-
tions. especially on the Pacific coast,
where millions have been expended in
euKinering and ordinance work, and
yet the commands have not l#en prop-
erly supplied with ammunition, electri-
cal plants and other appliances essen-
tial to the effective use of these forti-
fications In actual warfare."
"During the past year there have
been no serious engagements, except
that of the troops under General Frank
TV Baldwin in Mindanao. P. I., with the
Moros. For the number of men engaged
this was a very spirited and desperate
engagement. Our forces were com-
manded by one of the most experienc-
edand efficient ofimers of the army
whose record has always been of the
highest order"," and his achievements,
together with that of the troops in this
engagement made another chapter of
fortitude, tenacity and heroic sacrifice
in the history of American arms.
"The condition of the Indians is quite
satisfactory and there has been no dis-
turbance of importance among them
during the last twelve months. This is
accounted for principally by three rea-
"First, just and humane treatment of
the Indians and the judicious manage-
ment of their affairs; second, their
gradual transition from a condition of
barbarism to that of a semi-civilized
people; and third, tue close proximity
of.the military garrisous which are al-
ways available in case of threatened
'The experience during the great
civil war, and years of campaigning
along our western frontier afforded the
best Bchoods of practice for our army
in former years. The attention given to
calisthenics and gymnastics and miii-
tary exercises made our small army a
corps of athletes while the elementary
schools established for enlisted men.
the post libraries, the post lyceums
and officers' schools, the various
schools of instruction and practice for
officers as well as e military acade-
my produced an army of such excel-
lence taht I was able In my annual re-
port in 1806 to state:
" 'The personnel of the army was
never In better condition.'
"This was proven to be true by the
fortitude, skill and heroism displayed
In every serious campaign on every
field of mortal combat wherever the
army has been engaged in any part of
the world during the last four years.
During that time many changes have
©ecurred and the army has been very
largely increased. The long an., var-
ied service of the senior ifleers, their
experience n organizing, disciuline. in-
structing and leading their commands
as well as the excellent discipline, in-
dtructlon and exemplary conduct of the
soldiers of the army of '98 have ben
the leoven of the army of the present
time. EvEilEsE EmEEEaEEsicpbtiBl
time. Evils may creep into any sys-
tem or great organization. Such as
"have affected our i
will be eradicated.'
Declares All Freight Rates
Should be Raised.
His Statement Surprises the
Members of Commission
CATTLE RATES DON'T PAY
Too Low to Compensate for Ser-
vice Rendered Is Surprised
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• hlngton. N• i\ fi PoM'i ist
otna ami I ml Inn Territory
Fab .1 wanner Friday and Sat
. ss Vr.rk il' mi" r t \ ti k
It the nam. t Bird
rrtor. Thin will materia
parent plum llts-
! WEST POINT'S CAPTAIN MOUNEUX
That Kailroads Do
The resuTTs ol'lhe recent gubernatorial election In .New York are eml*
nenily pleasing to David H- Hill. That famous democratic leader who is
known to haw an eye on the democatic presidential nomination of 1904 was
more anxious to. have his party make a good showing and thus place New
York within the doubtful states than he was to see his candidate, Color,
Chicago, 111., Nov. 6.—A. C. Bird, third
vice president of the St. Paul road,
took a hold stand before the interstate
commerce commission today when that
hody began an Investigation into rules
on cattle and packing house products
between Chicago and the Missouri river.
Mr Bird was the first witness of Impor-
tance before the commissi'
Jorlty — John Cunneen as attorncs
eral ami «• . lection of John clinton1
Grny. hi t h . irt of appeal*
"w'e ti- , reliable Information of thou
mi mis o| defective ballots liavlng i
cast and I. certain districts, win iv the
returns w strongly republican, the • «I
lots wre l timed by the inspector* before
thev \vci. .•■muted, which Is t dire, t
violation of the law lis the> Mil* •«: 1.1 lie
kept *'* months by the proper authorities
before i h sjroyed Thi facts . n.f
nil oth-i- will be thoroughl> Inv.stl
gated b\ t mesentatlves of the jitrv
who will n ear before the canvassing
boards In I the counties of the st.it.
on next ««day to see that an hoti
est count ; hn.l and until that lime the
actual •• ilts cannot be stated"
Mr. •'■unpl-'ll would add nothing to the
above st..t.•nicut The dimantllng of the
state h id —.niters followed soon after
the lssuam •• of. the statement
London, Nov. fi The ill-election In the
East Toxi.-th division of Liverpool for n
inenitcr "f parliament III succession to
Augustus H. War. conservative, who hi
rosfgn. .1 the parliamentary representation
of the division, resulted In the election . •
Austin 'l as lot unionist, with a majority
.if a T ov. i Herbert It. Hathbone, the
today presented Sen.
Cub# 11 sella ti', to Sect et.urv Hoot Tin call
was bri. f ,|iut there was >onie discussion
about the Instruction which one of the
artlUcry ofllcers of the l ulled States army
Is gh lug to Cuban officers. The latter.
Sc. ret a i > Itoot w as assured, are making
WIND THEM UP.
Boston, Mass , Nov. fi it has been de-
cided to wind up the business
Brothers, one </ the largest
ishlngs concerns In this city
Judge Lowell, of the I Tlltld
trlct court appointed J
and today j
•Hates dls- i
•s I.. 1 la thaw av
FELL FROM HORSC.
icicty Itl 1
Washington, Nov « While thing
horseback on tin Tenmilly '.'own i.-luv
Rk hard 11 Tow ns, ml. husband "f Mrs.
Mary Scott Towns, ml of this —1\. f.-li
and when I hen\lly and suffered Injuti.s whica may
una w. n,. and his w if. "• • -.n.r
asked If he desired to defend the rea- | |h< s|>r,(1, leaders of uaofllclul
sonahieness of the St Paul's livestock | Washington.
rates he declared that there were not rea-
"Not only ure our livestock rati a un-i r.imjon. Ore.. Nov. fi —Three hundred
reasonable," he declared, "but n'l our
freight ulffl today are unreasonable | pro
because they are entirely too low to com ^ ^ ^ ^
pensute for the service rendered. ^ All j'catil„ men as a'result of the sluugh-
SHEEP DRIVEN OFF.
Mrs. Stephenson Said Thai
SAW PACKAGE MAILED
Harry Cornish Appeared f«n
Her as the One.
1101II MEN STOOD UP
ON IN KANSAS
Four Candidates Will Make
It Warm Contest.
STANLEY WANTS IT BAD
Curtis, Lone and Calderhead
are Other Three-Mormon
Apostle Desires to Suc-
ceed Senator Rawlins.
Topeka, Kans., Nov. ti.—Now that the
election of a republican legislature in
Kansas is assured, a warm campaign for
I'nited States senator has been started.
The senatorial situation enter-d largely
into the state campaign, but Is not now
anywhere near solution Charles Cur-
tis. Chester I. Long and W A. I'alder-
hea-l. all of whom have just been re-el>ct-
cd to congress, are candidates for the
office, as is also Governor W. E. Stan-
ley whose term as governor expires this
"Again thanking and congratulating
you as w< II UL'oti the magnltlcence of the
triumph achieved last Tuesday, I re-
•BIRD S COLER."
Salt Lake City, Utah, Nov. fi—Practi-
cally complete r<~ turns, officially, front
every county in the state show larg. r
pluralities for the republican candidates
than w< i e liidicvtae-l t earlier returns.
For associate Justi •> William II. Mc-
Carty, publican, will have a plurality
of 4,Elf. For congress. Joseph 11. reduce the rates .i . .itiie
Howell republican, will have a plurality make a mba.l sltu-ition w
of ". J 7 The " legislature will stand as ed what governed the ■
freight rates should l>.- raised, and I am
surprised that Hie railroads do not in ike
a combined effort to raise th in
I Tin m • % 1 t s'lrpns. .1 tii. u • nil- • s
of the commission and t.lie.v immediately
started to as. ci'.aln Mr Bird s reasons
The witness state.I that it was unfa r
to ink. tb" past two years as a basis
from which b. Judge the fairness ot
rates and the fallings of the remunera-
tion derived b yth rallroiids, for during
that period the volume of traffic had
greatly Increased, when as before that
period railroading hud not, as a general
proposition, ben r-munerutlvc With t
si e.'e to .attic rates Mr. Bird a.-serted
that cattl. did not t.ow and had m-t t u
years, paid their Just proportion of
portation charges and that • '
of sheep In-longing to Jnmv
n, were dilvtu off Sunday and
tin m Were killed, presumable bv
men Trouble Is expected hetw
and cattle nu n as a result
llvrauw they hclonn to Uncle Ham. « w.ll an h«m* <* tn. tr
I .tandtng among the -neon,! grndo <>f foot.,at . , thj *
of til.- VV. st 1 '.ilnt Military mlcmv Knnllmll cl.'V'U ;'r' ■' 11 '
Int. ri'st by the whole eotmHy. Their isamr with the Naval ( "ley. ml No-
vein her 1". at which Presidout Roosevelt wil be preaent Is one id the big
events of the football year.
mid be to
ientiflc making of
i rates he replied th it he had not seen
Republican thirteen, democrats the time In twenty-live years when rat
Authentic Reports Have Re-
duced McGuire's Lead.
s nnte consisting of twenty-five demo-
crats and ten !• publicans will probably
refuse to orgat i :. the legislatuw with
the hous. •!ltd this will block the election
Of I successor to United States Senator
•I'. 11.., I I, the fao. ..f the returns the
h<. s.- ineini.. i snip appears to 1 'hirtv-
thre. .1. 11111. I .Its Hid thirty two r- publi-
caus but the i e| > 111 illeans claim that the
official count will reverse tnese hgur s
The i .1 ura lit v for Penhody. republican
candidate for governor, over Stitnaon
,1. 11.... i it i, about 'Km franklin E
Itrook" republican candidate for con-
,. i, s«.,i..n t la rue derated Alva Adams
,|, mo l it. bv about l.'^': Congressman
J..hn T Shaffovth. democrat, has
Greatest Sensation of Ttlal--A.,
Woman's Testimony Un- '
shaken-Stood in Line t
Behind Man Who
ill Uie PIlH'
could be made on i scientific basis. On
House—Republicans, thirty-nine; demo- the contrary iates. ai. .t Iways has. I < p.
crats six. competition, comparison and «'onipiomis
This glvrs a republican majority of The pres. ni imii.b': is at th.' -
forty-one on joint ballot This may be tion of tin '"hicago Uveatow: exchange^
I it.-1 eased otu- or tw. by later returns which claims tbat t he 1.'wer rate i n i a K
from remote j • •
COUNTT CLKRK AltUKSTKti. SSlMt'tllJ'clilW mirtS- Undm
Denver, Col . Nov. '. - •'n application vailing rates pack1 rs can bettei .iff m>I
of attorneys for the Arapaho republican i (o ,.„nvert their liv. stock Into l-ackmn
committee, Judge Johnson today Issued house products at Missouri river points
a wnt of attachment for County Ckrk than at Chicago. While on the stand Mr.
Julius Alchele. who is charged with hnv- , IMr(, explain, d that he had always <!• • m
ing disregarded an order of the court j r(j p wise p..iicv to make aa low a i*te
W hich • motile.: him from certifying to n„ thf> raw mat. rial is on tin tun • 1
about lfiOO nam's on the registration list. | products but that when a raw on the
which it was claimed, were fictitious and j„Jtor whlch was i.-.t r-munera11v. w •
fraudulent. Mi Alchele appeared in I forced upon the roads In- did not t In •
court and was placed under bond of $500. | |nniso foidng doinn the livestoc k i.e.
Judge Johnson gi\ing him until nevt i maintain the relation
Monday to make return to the writ.
IN NISW MEXICO.
Santa I*e. N M Nov 6 - The Republi-
can countv tickets were elrcted In all!
but six nties in New Mexico The ter-
ritorial legislature will be made Up as
f°CoiTncil eleven, possibly twelve r. publi-
cans and on. democrat, or possibly none j
House, twenfy-one republican, three
In I M. llogR republican
plurulltv Is figured at about
i \V Monynge. republican candi
for congress in th. First district,
nnounced that be will contest
ound of a lie
frauds whi'li th-
ing to light
lege were p
iits In this
t a k
| Awaiting Reinforcements Bc-
j fore Altacking Los Toques
CASTRO'S NEEDS FOOD
York. Nov. fi The greatest sen-
Ill th. second trial of Koluiid It.
ix cbarge.l wiib the murder "f
,.lains, came lute today, when Mrs.
St. ph. n on. Hi" wve "t a I'.I"
111.111. v, a . ail. .1 to I I..' Stan.. I. sr.
a.-, and lest itied positively thaP
ux v\ai not tin- man who majl.d
iw famous poison package at tlw
I postottlce on the .vining of I>e-
r I. iMtS. Then the witinsa pa -
Identified Han Cornish, who wat
1 to stand up In court, as the mail
wl . to "he : ml11 i\ in front of In r
In the Hue at the I o nolle e ami holding hi
hand a package uddri used to "Mi . liarry
Cinnisb, Iviil. kl.< ck. r Club." Thai w *
all sit, aw I b r idenl ifuai ion >>f Chi tdi
was not positlv* Sue said he looked
\er> mm h like the man, but i n. i d
lief..I" I. 1 tig a till li.lt IV cl> V.liet .U-U d
If sli.' did not think I • Wit t the man. Tb«
wii in accounts of her movements of
the . veiling "i I). (-ember 'U and her r ;i-
soi s for not app arlng ut the first trial
were given In detail.
Th. pi..-. - til Ion on . t x leiliiat I..ti
hnniglit out tin fact that Mrs. Stephen-
sou had suffered from attacks of nervou-i-
prostration within th • last two years and
had <'inefulls read ti •• details of tho first
a question of the assistant
ide to prove llisi
erlu. It '
k In the st<
Miss Miller, tin
the bottle holder was pni
... I that dt .old ti • I I
ev eniia' lb t .. M. !v
by a tnan who was in tin
,• in the
The Best Reports Show a Rep-
ublican Pluality of Only
577-This Is The Real
Result of Election.
MORMON P.I';11) SMOOT.
Salt l«ike. City. I'tah. Nov. 6 —The Salt
I.like Telegram this afternoon prints the
following Interview with Apostle Reed
Smoot. of the Mormon church, candi-
date for the I'nite.l States senate, to suc-
ct ed Senator Itawllns. (leni/rat:
Is it true." was asked Mr. Smott.
"that voi i have secured permission of
the church to make the race for the
• I have secured the individual permis-
sion of mv associates. The church has
nothing to do with It."
"What ar- vmit views on polygamy?
•Th. church Is living strictly in ac-
cordance to the manifesto, and 1 voted
for and approved the same."
"Have you evt r practiced or counte-
"I never practiced polygamy
"Did von believe in polygamy before
the manifesto was issued?"
"As an American citizen 1 claim the
right to believe as I please, so long as
it does not Interfere with the rights
of any other citizen."
"Are not some of the apostles still
"This is a matter of which I know-
nothing " .
"What are your views on the action of
congress In refusing to Beat B. 11. Rob-
1'"I* think Mr. Robberts should have
been seated first #7id tried after.
CODER'S LETTER TO TAM-
New York. Nov. 6. —Bird S. Coler. the
recent democratic candidate for gov.-i-
nor. has sent a letter of thanks to Chas.
F Murphy, leader of Tammany hall. The
letb r follows:
"Mv Dear Sir: Accept my sincere
thanks for the effort put forth by the
Tammany hall organization and for the
i-plendid results achieved. I shall always
fe.l that the Interests of the party i t"
fnilv protected in the hands of an or-
anlxation thfit is at the present tin;.
• iN.'. ping in stuTTclose touch with tin ncd<
of the community and its varied interests.
ALL 1 HE GROCERS
NEW UNION DEPOT.
i dollars, will be
uiativ. s of the
the city agreed
1 Venezuelean Revolution Is Still
Itoiiinu Conditions Little Im-
proved—Motas and Cas-
tro Have a Battle.
el ill I
i Hanford of New York Endeavor-
ing to Form a Merger-Each
House Makes Statement.
Rochester. N Y . Nov. fi.—Tuesday was
an important day on the Cattaraugus ami
All ghan. y reservation In Western New
York tin Indians holding their election
Tin v used the f lank ballot. .% bitter
contest was on between the democrats
and republican factions <>f the tribes. |
Eli lab Turkey was the democratic can->
dlriate for president while Frank #Pater- j j^ence' of" whoi- saI. giocers of eight
" die and eastern st_ i s in Detroit <
results in the various counties we
follows. This make a margin of sat
i for Mi. Mcilulrc of ,., rains li
b- lieved to be accural.' Tit" "tjj. i
■ iint will tell ail about ii I ntll Ih.
there will he claims mad. by l.oih parti
that they have elect.-.l The democrat
managers are claiming th. . I. ctlon or \
Cross by about a thousand votes at ti
time. In several inslanc their cl.iii
are palably exaggerated
- - 1... Ul
I OVERS DEATH WAS
Coroner's Jury Fixes Cause
Immense Crowd View Bod-
ies at Morgue.
still at tho
Tho pro-, cutlon has held that tho
was puicha .1 . aily In th- after-
noon. Mi < M ll> p" i'lv. Is w-'t • that
lh man who |.ou;:lit the. holder was not
Moilneux. . ..
Mrs. Anna C. Stephcuxon. of Brooklyn,
It,,. . -agerly awalb d win;.- w.io sasSi
h. r aw the poisoned paekag. ma ted l.y |
a man not Moilneux, w.m culled kit" in
tin atft i no..n. Men and sv .m. n stood
on tln ir • ats to - her, but order was j
nu!< kly restored In tho court room.
did I-'rlilit v, December .11, 1S. S, Mrs.
Htetdi.'iison said she went to the main
J,..- totllee In New York to mull II package,,
I ,,t In line Willi other persons .V
hi front of her wltn a packago
., - .11 -■ I Iter curios I tj-4 becaiis- lie seemed
, ; . ,u . at.d she saw the name j
"< '.ii nidi" tn.l tti" words "Knickerbocker'
ill the manj
■t- and she did not kn
after that. The poison .
r w i sliown to the wit-
! the oidn s looked like
w on til. pe kage. Mrs. t
l it.- attended the cc.ro-t
! . v M . i'i• ■ i: v. Sh" was
I told hor
Detroit. Mich . No. f. -The Free l if
wvlll say tomorrow that Oeorgc It II
ford, af New York, who arranged
son. republican, was a
ndidate for re-'
i niiadlan .
■ in- . lection resulted in a .... .
the republican ticket. On both reserva- [
tlnns fix ti.in.lrpd • n..« ca I fiiti-r-
son was a winner by forty majority reel-
ing ran high over the election, hut there j
was no disorder of any kind ^
BEAVER COUNTY IN
LINE EOR M'GUIRE
Gives Republican Delegate t
Congress One Hundred and
to interest the W-
allen and the Nat;
in his proposed g"
them to enter the
st-rn Orocers ass
mal (inters' conn
e.-r\" combine and
d- al. At the Dei
respective com .
him within thin
to make out statements In s
Which have h.ail.|uart«is in Chicago i.,k l|og -r Mills ...
ing up Hanford s pr..je- t. Hanfor.l i v . ; «>';na
pected to visit Detroit again in thirty j ^."^|s .
the basis on whi-h
titer the combine to be
determined from these statements
The Free I*i. t -1s consideraI-1- d
on the probabillts
Information that thi
been made foi
.dy of the youni
tec ted that b
charge of iln
Special Dispatch to the State Capital.
I bernl. Kan . Nos fi rnotticial r<-
f.irns from Reaver .'"iintj -i* • Mcfiulre
11'3 minority; Al-X'nb' for the legis'a-
ture. sti majority; Braidwood, for hg#-
lu'.urc, 13ft majority.
T.isbon, Nov A severe earthquake
shock has be.n felt at Ciuarda. in the
province of Be Ira and at other places.
There has been serious loss ..: life and
many houses have been destroyed.
ADDRESS THE SCHOOLS.
CLAIM ITS COLER.
DEMOCRATIC COMMITEE ISSI !)
STATEMENT SAYING HE IS
New York. Nov. 6.—Chairman Frank
Campb-ll of th- democratic slat" commit
tee. Secretary .lohn Mason and Kb tt
Danforth were in conference tonight Mr «
Campbell afterward issued the follow Dtnc r, f ol., Nos *•
statement of tin position of tie -• ici rns show that th.- f
committee upon the results of the eh ' <"i their cntu. si....
♦ ion; | ossiblo exception "f :
"After having carefullv examined the - hools and two of ti."
returns gathered i s John A Mas- t.n n and that tho rem- "it-
secretary of the democratic state com , majority ol P. — l —
mitt-. as filed in the several county | l-gislat i. re until tin i
clerks' offlcei lt> the different counties of|trol ol the low'f ti-
the stat". it at.pears on the face ,.f ti . i • t.11• ■ Arapaho coir.t d
return.'s that Mr Od.-il has a pint:.i ts r- ;• '• an leuders fi.i'i.l,.
of l."i. These figures do not In—.: 'tins wiil carry out that pi—' " it It be | k.
some of the counties the vote cost by in their - power. In such un event, the pi u.
Shi left a few
WaMnfton. Nov! i Wnkttr Hunter <
■ . u h.i : u d ti." -late .1" -
. * Maic. -I < ■- •• : ■
Iv ,S . I", ted [If. M.l. nt of llonjluras on th-
test hi' tii ". Ii "lion are boldly made, but |
that the country is .pilot.
THE KING OF SIAM THANKS.
ENT MAN DEAD.
ig hi • ,u nest thanks for th"
..ti I • 11 to ti" C I O sv 11
arrival In the United StuUs.
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