The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 65, Ed. 1, Friday, August 22, 1902 Page: 1 of 8
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Weather P ortoast Tonight and Saturday probably scattered thundorshowers.
The Guthrie Daily Leader
THE ONLY EVENING ASSOCIATED PRESS PAPER IN OKLAHOMA TERRITORY.
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA FRIDAY AUGUST 22 1902.
to Use Power
TO DESTROY INFLUENCE
OF THE 0CTUP1
idopts Resolutions by
(By Associated Prcss.l
St. Paul Minn. Aug. 22. The
Trans-Mississippi Commercial con
gross today after a lively debate
adopted by a vote of 20 to 19 the fol-
lowing resolutions presented by J. A.
Gardner of St. Louis:
"Whereas The trust syetom has
been and Is a menace to our Repub.
llcan Institutions; and
"Whereas If allowed to continue to
form combinations In restraint of
trade nnd the elimination of compete
tlon. the wealta of the entire country
will bo concentrated In the hands of
a few; nnd
"Wherea.1 Said combinations aro
calculated to dostroy he liopo and
ambition of the youth of tho country
tt being well understood that tho am-
bition and hope of young men of this
nation have made It great; therefore
"Resolved by this congress That
tho president of tho United States ho
respectfully urgod to uso all tho
power vested in his office to tho end
that tho growing power and Influence
of tho trusts may bo destroyed; and
be It further
"Resolved Thatf In tho wisdom of
the national congrosB tho laws now
on the statute bpoks aro Insufficient
to Buppross this growing evil that
other more stringent and efficient
laws be speedily ouactod."
Chicago Police Unable to
Throw Any Light on
(By Assooiatod Press.
Chicago III Aug. 22. Little light
was shed on the BartholInrMltchell
(mystery today. Edward Counselman
tho intimate friend of Bartholin was
removed to tso county jail whore In-
spector Hunt made several efforts to
Induce the prisoner to talk. Counsel-
man was greatly agitated and cried
frequently but would confess to uoth-
tHv a new letter supposed to have
een written by Bartholin was found
oday It bore daio of Aug 8 and was
iddressed to Frlenil uoorga- as-
ng that his friend meet Bartholin at
he Matter's home
Shatters All Records.
Twice la hospital F. A Gulledge
Verbena Ala. paid a vast sum to doc-
ors to cure a severe case of plies
auslng 24 tumors. When all failed
lucklen's Arnica Salve soon cured
lm. Subdues inuammation. con-
uers Aches kills rains. Best salve
ii the world. 25c at Wheeler and
ju'b drug store
The new Star Laundry Is now op-
ied Phone 810. Our worK cannot
i excelled See our two-wheelad
Mrs. John Fredericks
Thrown Out and Rea
While out driving with her thre.
children yosterday evonlng Mrs. John
Fredericks became tno victim of a
The acoldent happened at thu cor-
ner of First street and Oklahoma
avenue near Wallace's drug store.
Their horse turned too short turnlug
the buggy over and throwing Mrs.
Fredericks and tho th.ee children to
the ground. The horse then bocamo
frightened and ran Boveral blocks
before it could ho stopped. Mrs. Fred-
ericks and the children wore carried
into the drug store and given the im
medate attention of physicians.
It was thought at first that Mrs.
Fredericks was fatally Injured but'
It Is considered now that she will
recover. None of tho children was
Mrs. Fredericks is the wife of Mr.
John Fredericks a conductor on tho
Santa Fo and woll known In this
More. Oklahoma Corporations
Take Out Charters.
Secretary Win. Orimos today Issued
the following charters
Tho National League of Charity for
00 years nt Geary. Blaine county
Okla. Tho Incorporators are: Dr.
P. H. White L. A. Holmon A. R. Oa-
trandor Jos. Patrick Theo. Thoma.
Tho Wichita Mountain Prospoctlug
nnd Invostment company for flvo
yoars with a capital of ?8G00 at ML
.Sltoridan. Okla. Tho incorporators
are: Jamos E. Ponlck S. P. Hob and
II. H. Vltormarket.
The Collogo Park Land company.
for 20 yoars with a capital oi $100.-
000 at Oklahoma City. Tho Incorpor
atom arc: G. W. MoMurray. J. u
Rono K. R. Rono C. O. Logaro and
Tho Safety Purse company for 20
yoars with a capital of $100000.
Hugh McCredie George Estos and
Robert Galbreath aro tho Incorpora-
tors. A Cure fo" Cholera Infantum.
"Last May' says Mrs. Curtfs Baker
of Bookwaltor Ohio "an Infant child
of our neighbor's was suffering from
cholera infantum. Tho doctor bad
glvon up all hopes of recovery. I
took a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic
Cholora and Diarrhoea Romedy to tho
houso tolling thorn I felt sure It
would do good if used according to di-
rections. In two days' time tho child
had fully recovorod and is now (near-
ly a year since) a vigorous healthy
girl. I have recommended this Rem
edy frequently and havo never known
it to fall any single Instance." For
sale by C. R. Renfro. druggist.
EVERYTHING ON WHEELS.
We do not handle Job lot lines of
vehicles. Others may advertise and
tell of their wonderful low prices but
all we ask is for you to call In and In.
speot our vehicles and prices and we
will guarantee we will suit you. Wo
will sell you a better vehicle and at
as low a price as any Job lot goods
were ever sold for.
J. S. LYON
Cer. Oklahoma -Ave. and Division St.
"Under the Turquoise 8ky."
Tnls most fascinating clearest and
Interesting description of Colorado
rill be sent free by B. W. Thompson
A. G. P. A. Groat Rock Island Route
Topeka Kas. Also "Camping in Colo-
rado." free it you want it. Gives full
details for the inexperienced. Informa-
tion about Colorado hotels aud board-
ing houses gladly furnished. It will
be worth your whilo to learn the de-
tails of the cheap rateB to Colorado
effective this summer by the Rock
Island. A post! to the above address
will secure this Information ana Mer -
Sir Thomas Lipton and
Sultan of Morrocco Meet
By Associated Press.
London Aug. 28. Sir Thomas Lip-f
on was In an automobllo' accident to-
dayT Ills twolve-horso powor car
which ho was driving hlmsolf crash
ed Into an Iron railing bordering tho
road. Tho car was wrecked and tho
railing smashed for a considerable
distance. Sir Thomas escaped with
a shock and a few bruises.
A special dlspatich from Tangier
says tho sultan of Morocco had n
dangerous accident whilo automobll-
ing near Fez yestorday. Tho car
dashed Into a stone wall but tho sul-
tan escaped wjth a shaking and a
Enterprises Knocking at
the Door of Oklahoma's
Tho outorprise of the citizens of
Guthrlo is bearing fruit and adoouato
reward is in store for all who havo
contributed to tho success of tho
metropolis of Oklahoma.
At tho meeting of the city council
Inst night Fred G. Bonflls formerly
of this city largest stockholder in
the Denver Post controlling director
of the Knnsas City Missouri electric
street car linos and genoral promoter
and millionaire presented a proposi-
tion to placo a mammoth olectrlo rail-
way plant in this city. Tho proposi-
tion was prosonted by Judge JJ. C.
Strang on behalf of Mr. Bonflls.
Mr. Bonflls offers to put hero a
plant to furnish electric lights power
and railway for the ontlro city also
gas for powor light and heating pur-
pose. Judge Strang and E. P. Kolly
roturnod rocontly from Kansas City.
where thoy wont to meet Bonflls in a
conference regarding tho Guthrlo
Anothor gas franchise Is asked of
tho city by Mr. J. J. Novak of Okla-
homa City representing tho J. R. Do
Woir syndicate of Chicago. ThlK
company has rocontly put In a bid
for a franchise at Oklahoma City and
the requost has boon crwtM
corporation represented by
Novak Is In tho field for legitimate
work and will put In a plant adequate
to the needs of the city If given a
franchise. Mr. Novak is a gentleman-
ly bjstness man nnd evidently means
business from the start.
Those aro a few of tee good things
awaiting the citizens of this city and
they come to ub as a reward for the
enterprise shown in pushing needed
Improvements to the front.
Rebecca Webster Brings Suit for
Divorce Alleging Desertion.
The following cases were filed in
the district court today
The M.P K. and O. Ry. Co x. N. H.
Johnson. Acton is brought to secure
lot 4. block 81). in Guthrie proper for
purpose of right of way
Rebecca Webster s William Webster-
The plaintiff asks lor a divorce
claiming that on the 28th day of
March. 1901 she and the defendant
were married at Zlon City In Oklaho-
ma territory and that two weeks af-
ter the marriage Welster left tor
Weatherford Okla aylnx; he was
going there to work Siof e that time
he has not lived with th- plaintiff at
offered her any raaaiw of
i INTEREST paid n deposits
lQUTHRIE SAVINGS BANK-
CAUSED BY HUNGER
While Starved Daughter
Wanders About in Dazed
(By Associated Press.)
Baltmore Md. Aug. 22. Mrs.
Sarah Schumacher agod 70 was
foUnd dead In hor room Into last night
and hor daughter. Martha wandorlng
iu u mm uozcu conuiuon auuui inu
lower floor. Tho coronor said today
that Mrs. Schumacher had died from
starvation. Martha said sho and
hor mothor woro too proud to tell any
one of their Impovorlphed condition
and that for several days nolthor had
had a meal. It Is said tho Schumach-
ers havo well-to iO relative at Phil-
adelphia and In Vhplnla.
Ill health had ronubred Martha: tho
sole support of hor wldowou mother
unable to work for sovoral weeks.
- ! J J... .. . l.
TO WRECK TRAIN
Fiend Had Driven a Spike
Between the Switch
(By Associated Proas.)
Fort Scott Kas. TVug. 82. The
Frisco system's southern limited
tralil) southbound heavily ladon with
passengors wns partially derailed at
Edwards Junction near hero while
running nt a speed of thirty miles an
hour somo one having driven a spike
beweon jthe switch rails and oponed
the switch half way. The engineer
and fireman wero Injured but nono of
the passongers was hurt. Tho ongine
was doralled and a baggp.go car wati
thrown across tho tracks but tho
coachos and Pullmans roiualnud on
the track. Doteotlvoa aro working on
i the caso.
Labor Day Proclamation.
Governor Ferguson this aftornoon
lguou R proclamation designating!
jioniiy Sept. t a holiday and call-
ing upon all citizens of the territory
to lay aside liusinoss and their dally
cares and properly celebrato the day
as Labor Dajv
Henry I Suatiuck of Shollsburg
lowa was cured of a stomach troublo
with which ho had been affllctod for
; years by four boxes of Chamborlaln'o
Stomach and Liver Tablets. Ho had
previously trlod many other remedies
and a mimbor of physicians without
relief. For sale by C. R. Ranfro.
THE "OLD RELIABLE" IMPLE.
MENT AND VEHICLE HOU8E.
Others may come and others may
go but you will still find us doing
business at the same old stand. Sell.
Ing tim finest line of good reliable
vehlelea sold In Oklahoma. We will
give you your money's worth always
J. 8. LYON
Co-. Oklahoma Ave. and Division St.
Have your notary work done by
Green and Green 212 W. Oklahoma
ave. Phone 56.
Notice to Democratic Co. Committee.
The members of tne Democratic i
county central committee are hereby .
calif d to meat at the Bonurs euua-
Ing at Guthrie Saiurtajr August 38
ax 2 o'etoek p. m A full attendance
ta urgently requested
Sunsarlptlons for aTl magazines an(
capers received at publishers' prlets
! l LUlle's Book Store.
City Bill Poster Ed Bentley has pu'joana rental or notary bust ess call
uV 000 aduiUoual stgu IwaM and "'hi
O DATES OF HON. WM. CR08S. O
O Stillwater Saturday Aur O
O 23rd. O
O Gloncoc Saturday night O
O Aug. 23rd. o.
O Geary Monday night Aug. O
O 26th. o
O Bridgeport Tuesday Aug. O
O 26th. o
O Woathorford. Wednesday O
O uight Aug. 27th. O
o Ural Rogor Mills county O
O picnic" Aug. 28th. O
O VU Dorado Greor lounty FrI- O
O day Aug. 29th. O
O Logor (Alms) Greer county O
O Saturday night Aug. 30th. O
O Navahoo Greer couuty Men- O
O day afternoon Sopt. 1st. O
O Yelldoll Greor county Tuos- O
O day night Sopt 2nd. O
O Frederick (Gosnoll) Coman- O
O cjiccounty Wednesday Sept. O
O 3rd. O
O Schofloln Comancho coun- O
O ty Sopt. 1th.' O
Picnic MV Park Kiowa O
O county Saturday Sopt. 6th. O
O Shokloy's Grovo (near Augtis- O
O ta) Woods county Wednesday O
O Sept. 10th. O
O Ratification County Candl- O
O dates Ingorsoll Woods coun- O
O ty Thursday Sept 11th. O
O Old Soldier Rounlon Indo- O
O pondonco Custer county FrI- O
O day Sopt. 12th. O
O Amos Woods county Tuos- O
O day Sept. loth. O
O Knlrt Wednesday Sopt. 17th. O
O Okoono Wednesday night O
O Sept 17th. O
O Cleo Wood county Sept. O
o ' o
DIED THROUGH A MISTAKE.
Logan County Farmer Drinks Carbolic
Anton Utederman a German farmer
who lived eight miles east of Guthrie
Is dead through drinking carbolic
acid which he mistook for whisky.
' Bltnterman was tumble to read tho
ISugllsh lnbol on the bottlo and
thought he wbh taking a drink of
A YOUNU LADY'8 LIFE BPVEO.
At Panama Columbia by Chamber-
lain's Colic Cholera and Dl.
Dr. Chas. II. Uttor a prominent
physicians of Panama Colombia In
n roccmt letter states: "Last March
I had as n. patient a young lady six-
teen yoars of ago who had a very
bad attack of dysontory. Evorythlug
I prosorjbod for hor proved Ineffectual
and Bho was growing worso every
hour. Her parents wore sure she
would dlo. She had become so weak
that sho could not turn ovor in bod.
What to do at this critical moment
was a study for roe but I thought ut
Chamborlaln'a Colic Cholera and Di-
arrhoea Remedy and as a last' rosort
prescribed it. The roost wonderful
result was effected. Within eigne
hours she was feeling much better;
llrtlde rrjf three day she was upon
her feet and at the end of one week
was entirely well." For sale by a
U Ilsnfro druggist.
The D. E. &. G. Bonus.
The subscriptions to the D. II &
Q bonus now amount to 1 11716. Tit
etHNinittct under the direction of
JMdge Frank Dale are laoortug zal
0aly h'upite the hot weather aud
every euriion will be put forth to
raise thr entire $26000 by n.t wc.
Just Look at Her
Whf-uf oame that uprightly step
faultU - i-kin rich glossy oinplcaten
arollin 'a" She look good feel I
gettd. Here's IviT secret She usee
Dr. King New Life Pills Reeulf
all organ a'tlv digestion good no
headache no ehaix- fr "Wuwi"
Try them urtIf Oul Ue at
fl'lieek-r ami SiQg'B.
ji. Jones the Harrison avejiH
real estate man has moved to Room
1 over the Eagle drug store. 109 West
Harrison avenue For real esUte'
Former Talk of
NEW FOUNDLAND WOULD
SWAP WITH U.S.
In Preference to Forming
a Union With Dominion
(By Associated Pross.)
London Aug. 22. Sir Robort Bond
promior nnd colonial secretary of
Now Fouudland sailed from Liver-
pool yestorday for Moafroul on hia
way to Washington with full powers
from tho imporlal government to be-
gin nogotintlotts through tho British
charge d'affalrs for tho ratification of
the Bond-Blalno convention.
Tho Bond.Blalno convention wns a
spt ii ongagomont ontorcd Into about
ton years ago hofwoon the lato Jas.
G. Blnlno then Becrotury of state and
the premier of Now Fouudland.
Tho conrontlon on tint part of Now
Fouudland grnuted to United States
flihermon considerable privileges In
regard to purchasing bait and large-
ly reduced the duties on n consider
able clatHT of Amoilcnu imports Into
New Fouudland. The United States
on its side opened Its markota to
New Fouudland fish and raw products
and confirmed privileges of transpor-
atlon of fresh fish In bond to United
Bond has declared himself In fa-
vor of free trade with tho United
States as against a union of tho col-
ony with the dominion of Canada.
His success In obtaining tho imporlal
.sanction for his prostfnt American
visit Is the culmination of Cwolvo
years of peralstont offort.
AT LOW PRICES.
We have been selling good reliable
vehicles In this city since 1889 others
have come and gone but we are still
selling the old reliable 8tudebaker
and John Deere vehicles the best
goods made and we arc selling them
as low as Inferior goods are sold for.
J. 8. LYON
Cor. Okiahojrna Ave. and Division St
A horse's foot needs as muoh oars
and attention aa a man's somstimea
a great deal more. I make a speclslt
f expert horsoshooing. Having grad-
uated from a veterinary college. ant
understanding thoroughly thq anat-
omy of the foot and leg. It stands to
reason that I am better prepared to
shoe a horse scientifically and hu-
manely than those who save not bad
these advantages. I shoe a horse for
mobility and action and successfully
treat I ante hones. Refer to 100 plea-
td patron In Guthrie and vlelnlty.
S. H. Olson
Proprietor Capital Blacksmith 8bop.
216 N. Division St
Commencing in July the Rock Uiand
will sull hoineseekers excursion tick-
ets to Minnesota points date of sale.
July August and September; tare
one fare plug two dollars for the roitwl
tup float return limit October 11. For
further Information call on or write
K W Thompoo G P A TopeVft
your local ag'nt
J W. Williams
The n4$ Star Laundry a now open
1 for ywitnim at corner of First anl
Cleveland. Phone 010. Watch for our
INTEREST paid on deiuMt at
GUTHRIE SAVINGS BANK
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