The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 240, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 3, 1904 Page: 1 of 8
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We Take Orders
For any maga-
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in the United
State Capital Book
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GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA. FEBRUARY 3, 1901.
>'[ MBER 240
KOREA A BATTLE GROUND
JAPAN READY TO INVADE
30,000 TROOPS READY
War Preparation Pushed Night and Day-Commercial
Freighters Chartered-Many Converted Into Fast Cruis.
ers-Manila May be Made Supplementary Base of Sup
plies--Am;:ricans Secure Orders.
Victoria. Fob. 2 —A
dni<-il Junuury and
|n« by tin- i:mpr.-ss r
anew preparations t-
pnwhed t<> the utmosi
, J thi
ved finally un
safe guard h
ices from Toklo
r. ived thin moru-
Chlna. ««ys J*1!*-
war were being
1 ltd It
r 3 .0
>ps In Korea
ira ner Inteir^.o
entv commercial freight?!
i to have been chartered b
sent. those of the T
lv a la ha boat
■rted Into fast
of I ho Nip-
,,d reserves of the Kokkura. dlv-
' .ailed out Various military
nts were made. Including that
funeral IJielil to be military
/allied at four million yen and landed
t at Victoria. While nothiiiK definl e
•mild be found to account for such an
immense beinK sent, the general Impres-
sion |« that It in to purchase war sup-
plies In Hritlsh Colombia.
The nress censorship In Japan has been
relieved and tends to 8how an easier
feeling In governmental clrclca.
Ready at Moments Notice.
Paris, Feb. 2.—Tbe corespondent of
the Journal at Port Arthur cables that
orders have been received for the mo-
bilization of tho Russian squadrons
there and at Vladlvostock. and that
both are now ready to take to sea at
a moment's notice.
REPORT ON PAV NEE INDIANS'
. CONDITIONS iND HARVEY
Agent McNichols Says "Harvey Flogged Indian Girl Un.
niercifully"-Eastcrn Sentimentalists Assisted Land
Grabbers to Spring Trap Thai Robbed Indians--Rob-
bery Rate of Interest Charged Government Wards.
GR D DUKE OF HESSE.
One of tho latest of European roy
-Ity to announce his intention to visi
the world's fair at St. Louis.
JOHN WALTER SMITH
An Indiana man who is prominently
of Maryland nnd mentioned as candidate for the vice-
one or ine icauei. the fight for Unit- presidency on the democratic ticket in
ed States Senatorship in that state. event Judgo Parker heads the same.
one of the leaders
SENATOR HANNA ILL HGHT ON ISTHMUS STATEHOOD TAIK
PHI al and ml
mux. ov.arlng profitable
• r the supply of an enormous
,[ fowl ami provisions were 11-
;,!'a ■'rsr.. "'ilie
I omen ry base of supplies in the event
watched to be available.
Friendly to Americans.
rinn notable feature of the lull had been
.A;";.™ friendliness show,, towards
v"'i^1r.,*wTsbmHt!!ife* ^ 'iwTu:;.
' rhaS not tlKurea In any deronn-
l.rXm uoradnullv' but a military attache
! !V,« 'of the'Cnkln/ and XjSnj-
terests In honor of tho special corns
pro.dents of the forelun. P>™ -
modern in i:iwiWj aii j tho nobles
^JSS^JSSi speech. Indlcat-
^SKwldJi. United States mllitary u.-
South Dakota Stockmen Meet at
Mitchell-Two Oiher Meetings
at Same Time.
HAD NOT FULLV RECOVERED
FROM RECENT ATTACK
Went Out and as Result Serious Set-
COLOMBIAN TROOPS REPORTED H. E. HAVENS MADE FORCEABLE
TO HAVE INVADED PANAMA j STATEMENTS TO COMMITTEE
Battle With Indians on
Coast—Inndians are Fri
Mitchell. S. D. Feb. 2—The opening
of three conventions today has ntt.uctca
to M tchell one of the largest crowds ever
entertained by the city. I he state but-
termakers' association, state live stoi k
breeders' and state poultry association
nr. all holding forth In annual session
and the three together have attracted
upwards of 500 visitors from all parts of
the state. Tho poultry association as
conducting a state poultry show In con-
Junction with lis meeting and the rtoek
breeders are holding a sale of
stock, both of which havei added Interest
to the trlpple gathering. For each or tne
gathering* an Interesting program has
wS arranged and many noleil iiKrleal.
tural and dairy authorities will be hi
during the week.
The em pre " '
tea ot'i'™ in.......
and his remarks
"of1*China brought specie
Detroit. Feb. "-Trolley lines and tel-
ephone and telegraph servlco have been
seriously Intorfered wlthby a bllward
that swept over Michigan this
PANIC ON COTTON EXCHANGE.
ALL QUOTATIONS COLLAPSE
For Fifteen Minutes Every Broker Was a Seller-Prices go
Off From $6 to $8 a Bale-Fortunes Wiped Out.
A Terrible Hour.
of the l'a\
• two these Indian
t> to a turn.
•hicIv a 1'awnO'
untlcfpato the jui
tutcher'a and bak
efdi loans and Inte
« ren e«ly hu_ r—
passed out of gov#
- * -Itlsenshlp -*•
.... tallat and t^O
,. if' ti land grabbi r unlt« dl cprung
he ti <|. that hu.x b. en the undoing «t
he Indians who had lunds of value."
M. Nhlu.1 did not m-orninend li irv- 'j
roniova I but sa> s he paw Indian
mini rcirul ilOKjsnu;. Sen.it>> mucli Inter-*
i. ,1 in the situation at Pawnee a gene A
San Bias Desires Statehood Regardless of Indian
jndly to Territory—Congratulated by Mem-
bers of Committee.
From State Capital Washington Bureau
Washington, Feb. 2.—Senator Han
na, who suffered a temporary set bacl
by venturing front bia sick chamber
too soon, is again on the mend and
tonight his physician says his condi-
tion is favorable. It probably will be
a week, however, before the senator is
permitted to leave the house, aB the
doctor thinks absolute rest and caro
are necessary in order to prevent an-
GANS AND WARD KEAJ)Y
Will Fighl at Detroit Tonight.
Light Weight Championship.
A Ten Round go.
Feb. 2.—A report has reached
that Colon,bian troops are
the Isthmuo -
fightlna w th tho Ind
bie confTrmation of thl
The United States S""'"
State Capital Washington Bureau.
'iHro.«"Bi.« washington, Feb. 2.—li. E. Hatpns,
u,;h ,V n 'Panam'aian Territory of Enid, appeared hefore the comtait-
C0" im^SisVbll hoveve.-, to obtain reiu- j lea on territories today to argue for
—— "* the admission of Oklahoma as a state,
„ Bancroft | rPgariiiet;s of Indian Territory. Ha
sailed today from Colon to i g oke nearly two hours this morning.
?.rm«nd1aroril oUu,' "mTtn,-. i because ot continuing his remarks at the hearing
th> report of the fighting on the coast | ^jg afternoon. He made one of the
«a> received h^e soow ^ume be|( argura(.ntH n( the hearing and was
t'K pir11ma'ail troops at clhepo (on the | readily congratuiaied on his effort by
■■ nnd directly , memherB of the committee and persons
ii"ad decided to cross ovet to 'thQTu2>«= ! who "tlcndo.i the sessions ot the com-
1AIL0RS* CONVEMION JUDOf IIAINER READY
Several Hundred Delepates at
Atlantic City-Ciiies Fighting
for Next Meetiug.
Visits Washington Preparatory to
F ghting Alleged Charges-Noth-
ing Known of Them There.
Detroit, Mieh.. Feb. 2.—Joe Gans will
defend his title of lightweight champion
at the Light Guard armory tomorrow
night and there aro those among well-
informed sporting men who vouchsafe
the prediction that he may come out of
the ring minus the title. His opponent
w.ll be Mike Ward, of Sarnln, who.
though little known beyond this inVnu di-
*te section of the country. Is neverthe-
..'88 regarded as a tighter built of cham-
pionship timber. He has fought some of
the best men of hif class, but has yet to
meet with defeat. For the Gans bout he
has trained faithfully and appears con-
tldent of his abilty to put up a stiff argu-
>nt against tho Baltimore colored boy
uo. .o , Jsslbfllty that th. ,
ana are lighting with Captain Jorres
lOimaud. mis taking fyf Colom-
Reported Receivership for Two
of Texas Largest Firms—Re-
sources More Than Liabilities
WANT TO CONTROL PRICES
Farmers of the West Will Hold a
Meeting at St. Paul-The
Atlantic City, N. J., Feb. 2—Delegat
numbering several hundred and repre-
senting all the chief clt.es In tho United
States are attending tho annual conven-
tion of tho Merchant Tailors' National
exchange, which opened here today. In
hlH annual uddr.as President Harvey A.
Patterson, of New York, reviewed tho
k of the last year and told of the
plans being madu for the exchanges ex-
hibit at the St. Louis exposition. The
report of Samuel H. Spring, of Boston,
secretary of the association, showed a
gratifying lnereane In membership, and
treasurer Richard C. Notboehme. of Mil-
waukee. reported a good balance In the
tr .tsury. Rochester and several other
cittern are In the field for the noxt year's
convention of the exchange.
BISHOP HENDRICK LEAVES
Sails for Manila—Catholic Sea of Ce-
bu His Charge.
New York. Feb. 2,-Heavy selling
and a violent break In prices marked
today's business In the cotton exchang-
es tho day's movement being even
more sensational than yesterday.
Under the Influence of a number ot
causes, chief or which was the confirm-
ed report that Daniel J. Sully, the
supposed leader of the upward move-
ment was about to take avacatlon and
enhanced by the belief of many opera-
tors that its culmination had been
reached, quotations for all months
collapsed to the extent of from 16 to
is per bale, and utter demoralization
ruled in the pit. No failures were re-
ported l>y the violent fluctuations re-
present losses of millions, disttibuled
throughout tho market.
Transactions during the day were
enormous in the aggregate, the day's
sales being estimated at two million
The break was checked finally be re-
■with the liquidation of hull speculators
there was somo selling for short ac-
WENT TO BOLTON.
The sensational decline continued ap-
parently unto it had spent Itself. Af-
ter it had been going on for about an
hour and fortunes had been wipeci out,
a few buying orders appeared aud serv-
ed to allay the storm of liquidation and
short seiling. Then "shoris" begun to
cover, and there was a quick rally of
from 70 to 73 points. But it had been
a terrible hour.
Only once before in. the history o*
the cotton exchange have the total
transactions for one day exceeded
those of today when tbe two million
mark was reached.
The market was finally steady at a
net decline of 6 to 87 points on the
old aud of 5 to 27 points on the now
Vhe early decline was helped by re-
... if he d...... ..
long end of the p... . .... •—,
In good shape for the bout nnd appi
• - - - ' -- ♦- the outcome. 'lh«_.
d go at 140 pounds.
in the title and the
cles call fo. « ... ^
Much Interest Is manifested In the match
and the crowd at the ringside will in-
clude delegations of fight followers from
Toledo, Port Huron and other places.
MADAM NORDICA DIVORCED
Houston. Tex. Feb. 2.—B. F. Bonner.
tho personal representative of John K.
Kirby and N. W. McLeon of St. Ix uls,
has been appointed temporary receiver of 1 cletl
the Kirby Lumber company, one of tho '
largest corporations of the kind In the
southwest F Relchardt, cashier of
the Planters and Mechanics National
bank of this city, of which Mr Kirby
Is president and Thomas H Franklin of
San Antonio, have been appointed tem-
porary receiver of tne Houston Oil and that the fai
pany. A snvill run wns sta.ieo «' <"ay , transaction.
on the Planters and Mechanics Natlona1
— •- nded their'
St. Paul. Feb. 2.—Delegates front Illi-
nois, the Dakotas. Iowa. Nebraska and a
number of other states were present to-
day at the opening of a national cotifer-
rhich is composed of farmers' so-
.... throughout the country, was ac-
w.ipllshed at a meeting held In Chi-
cago recently, and the present conference
Is for the purpose of completing the or-
- " Plnn 0
-om State Capital Washington Bureau
Washington, Feb. 2— Bayard T.
Halner. associate justice of tho Okla-
homa supreme court arrived here to-
day to contest the charges which am
aelil to have been prepared against him
in Oklahoma. No Information concern-
ing the charges could be secured at the
department of justhe today. Judge
Halner believes he will have no trouble
in retaining his position.
i A. Ilei
. - Among the nns-
iriiKna .... steamship Korea, wli!eh
tailed today for Manila, was Bishop
drlck, recently appointed
in Catholic See of Cebu, Phll-
,0....wis On his arrival at Manila
Bishop Hendrlck will hold a conference
with Archbishop Harty regarding the fu-
ture of tho church work In the Philip-
> Printer Seems to Have H
Washington; Feb. —Representa-
tive Baker, nf New York introduced a
resolution inquiring of the public
printer whether the horses or carriag-
es In use by Ills department have bet n
used during the past fiscal year by any
person uot connected with the depart-
Washington. Feb. 2.—The senate io-
day confirmed John Fowler, of Mass-
achusetts as consul general at Che Foo,
Kuiiizatlon "and , • —
work. The organization ah
the markets on farm produ
hers claiming that the- mar
nlpulated by others than t
d that the farmers reallz
. ik. ^All"~de pi si t ors
money was paid.
000.000, of whi-
stock and Ifi.OOC
Of the Houst
stock of $30,000.
alizcd at 51
)0 Is prefe
Kirby National Contest Toninht
The break was checked, ,inal}^.^efJ"'|_ * ports of a private settlement said to
newed bull support, and a ta y - jiave i)PPn niade last night, in which it
The close was about steady.
The day opened with a sharp break
in prices under tho influence of a
generally circulated rumor of settle-
ments by short interests, and since yes-
terday. This sent quotations down a
half cent per pound, but a denial of the
rumor brought about a substantial re-
covery Barely had the market stead-
led after this movement, when tho re-
port of Mr. Sully's intention to take a
vacation became current, and prices
again started downward.
It was inferred that this meant the
successful disposal of his interests and
the abandonment of his campaign, and
when he was quoted to the effect that
he was about to take a two weeks va-
cation the downward movement be-
came a panic, selling orders poured® in
upon brokers and the market went to
pieces, quotations melting away five
and ten points at a time. In fifteen
minutes of this panic, with every bro-
ker a seller and none a buyer, prices
fell vertlcaiiy almost a cent a pound
end the May option in less than an
hour registetred a decline of a cent and
e quarter a pound, a variation greater
than would have been effected in a
week under normal conditions. Along
i in the Case Sealed up by
•w York, Feb. 2.—Madame Nordics,
prima donna, who In private life la
Mrs. Lillian M. Doemc. has been grant-
Interlocutory decree of divorce b!y
Justice Blschoff. In the supreme court.
Justice Blscboff's de "
.he report of the. re
pointed by the suprc r
stlmony In the suit
All the papers In the case except th
u.i. The decre i
las found Zoltan 1
l well known ten
Ifo provision is
i by thf
...... . w.e defendaont,
guilty of adultery,
ade for any ullmony
..mpaiiv's capital ' Plttsbu
[10,000,000 Is pre- | lng of re
ads Is expected
property of the Kirby Lumber
ianv consists of eighteen lumber
and men-ant lie stores, all In Texas;
niles of railroad. ."'I cars. 5: loco-
240,00 Oacres of pine land, 1< k-
itflts tie and piling outfits. This
inventory shows $1,000,000
ortir of lumber on hands.
Its assets are claimed to be $12,500,000
i excess of liabilities.
The Houston Oil company owns one
million acres of pine land valued by ex-
perts at ,$30 000,000 and- oil property of
hich begin tomorrow night at Duq
Garden and continue untl Ithe end i
week. Some of the fastest skaters <
country are numbered among the e
and the outlook for a successful
ing Is very bright. The four big r
on the program will be the one
world's champlonsh p. the one-half
I "nited States championship, the nve-
mllc world's championship and the two-
mi" 1' nited States championship In
addition to these events there will be
a number of rsoes especially for boys.
BIG GATHERING OF STOCKMEN
Central Shorthorn Breeders at St
Joseph, Mo., Banquet.
SENATOR CLARKE Oi ARKANSAS
ENDORSES PRESIDENT'S ACTION
Democratic Senator in Maiden Speech Contends That Ad«
ministration Policy Toward Panama Republic and
Treatment of Colombia Was Right.
• his first speech In the sin
ml],, lie spoke two ho
SL Joseph, Feb 2 —The n
lion of the Central 8hnrth
lation began In St
tid that In view of the prov-
i by Colombia, the president
been expected to go farther
in advancing the cause ol
lle°declared that ther
ar Mipport of the cou
'ent's policy among
imong republicans an
NEW PHILIPPINE GOVERNOR
Luke E. Burke .Inaugurated With Im-
Manila, Feb. 2.—Governor Luke E.
Wright, and vice-Governor Henry C.
Ide were Inaugflarted yesterday. There
was an imposing demonstration, in-
cluding a brilliant military parade
have been made last night, in which it
was estimated something like 100,000
bales were concerned.
New Orleans Conditions.
New Orleans, Feb. 2.—The repeated
warnings and prophesies of conserva-
tive traders came true today, and the
cotton market showed a series of sharp | c IIU1I1 „
breaks, the last and most severe of bright in his Inaugural address
which lowered prices almost 100 point-. ; ;,r(.InrP(1 ilis jmoriti.ni of adlvring. to
or a cent under the closing prices of tl)fi I)riliril)i,.s 0f the Taft administra-
yesterday. tion.® He urged AnuHcai)! *to estab-
I alike the two other memorable ■ cordial personal and business rola-
breaks of the season the slump was i.tions wi,h the Filipinos.
unattended with much excitement. A
moderate volme of trade had been * %voRKERS MEET
shown all day, with the largest amount SUNDAY SCHOOL WORKERS MEET
of business coming from room traders . n- ,loc
and outside scalpers. All of a s„,l-:G ther at Minneapolis .and Discuss
selling orders, and prices commenced a
den the entire ring was flooded .with
mad chase downward. They dropped
five and ten points at a time under
the pressure. What weak longs there
were in the market quickly let go and
added to the volume of selling orders.
Nebraska and ln
I will be honored with a 1
Duties of Office.
Minneapolis. Feb. 2.—The International
field workers' conference of the Fifth, dis-
trict of the International Sunday School
workers of Wisconsin. Minnesota. Cen-
• - ' ' this afternoon the
Frank Warner Shot and Killed P. |''
Towne Who> Had Taken
Qaughter to Postoffice
BOGUS PRINCE GETS SIX MONTHS
Special Dispatch to tbe State Capital. Made a Fine Marriage but is Charged
Hobart. Okla.. Feu. 2—As a result With Vagrancy.
of a family quarrel of long standing j *
and because a father accompandled his Toronto. Out Feb. 2 —WillInm Brown,
daughter to the post office contrary to ;l,l'^MAs5vlfrtWdert>bHienn8 mufrW
a husband's wishes. P. Towne was kill- , 1)Unt,.^ uu^cll of tendon and who
ed by Frank Warner near here today. * is ..-rested i
it is sla'ed that Mrs. Warner d - ,n''1
sired to go for the mail and that her
husband said she shoulft not There
was a quarrel and Mrs. Warner reques-
ted her father to take her. Thife Mr.
Towne did. Upon their return they Says Osage India
were met by the husband and during j Indian
a quarrel which followed Waner shot I
and almost instantly killed his father- uhl . , „ ln..„ N r
in-law. Ther^ are many conflicting of PawhuskH. d-si.es to.'nddre-v
stories in circulation regarding the n ic-. on t<tri.it">i ' ' n^''
events wljlch lead up to the shooting ;d«ht
but all are unreliable. _ ; ,,ian coming lp ««th Oklahoma
treaty were a.sst
n- | Mr. Fairbanks
<1- I the treaty, cont.
.f all the procet
Ion on the Uthr
Mr. Clarke s
action of the
also spoke In support "
ndlng for the rcRulaiit.
lings of the adminlstra
ius of Panama.
ild that the civil war
i Colombia is but a re-
solution which had been
lie past three years, and . '
s statement he reviewed rTh
mdltlons in Colombia. '
iths^ln Jail. The chaw of theft w
PALMER WANTS TO SPEAK
tral Baptist chun
added to the volume of selling orders, duties of state officers«jvas the principal
Some few stop loss orders were re*- . mbject dlscutwed The speakers includ«
ported .nd thrown upon the market „
But almost as quickly as it was applied I Merrill. P. D . secretary of the Interna-
tHe pressure was removed and prices tionai executive committe. and J. A.
showed a quick recovery on buying or- ^"^hThe ses"lons are to cmiCn
ders, tomorrow and Thursday.
is Favor Attached to
, Capital Wathlngti
lUt ail are unreimuu-. ■ „ian
WTarner has been^placed under arrest. 3tate.
j ' WEATHER, %
! through ♦
Washington. Feb. 2.—Fore
Oklahoma and Indian Ten It.
Fair Wednesday and Thursda
WM. MAILLEY RE ELECTED
* . . ©
National Committee of Socialists Se-
lect Seoretary lit Omaha.
Omaha. Feb. 2—The referendum vote
lak« n by the national committee of the
socialist party for secretary received the
re-election of Wm. Mailley of Uoston.
tre.uv ..... ... Fp-n.mA
MfTn^nUHe contend!'." tr.fit the Colombian
| authorities knew perfec.lywsllthat the
revolut on was Imminent, and there whs
fi„ foundation for tn« .lf '
P ii inin r/ volt lu.d be- n Incited since the
'adliHi'nm.nt of the Colombian congress
, |i„ tirclare.1 hla Hratltli-mlon th.it th'
1 house • xuressloti given In fsvor of tbe
I ' .trial I ...I . .m. ■ >m Uemocr.it;
■,„d added M at ilemOOTtk votes oBM
rv.uUA i he ratification of the treaty C"r-
rtf the hill in q
1 "delegste" 'ii' M
.d the prosid^ut had
Falllr* tn this, tbe mi orlty m mh v«.
•er criticising the majority and also
e senate for Its action of last seaslon,
ir>ported the resolution.
Several hours were spent *by tbe houss
psp.j'ng flvo private claims bills, and
e beginning nf consideration of the em-
bus claims bill. Tbe house at 4;1C p.
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