The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 89, Ed. 1, Friday, September 19, 1902 Page: 1 of 8
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Weather f ereoast Tonight and Saturday clOudy probably showers warmer.
The Guthrie Daily Leader.
THE ONLY EVENING A880C1ATED PRESS PAPER !N OKLAHOMA TERRITORY.
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 19 1902.
er's Last Words
(PRIOR TO HAYING
HIS NECK BROKEN
lade a desperate Fight Be
fore Execution Was
By Associated Press.
New York Sopt. ID. Pefor Hernia
vas hanged In the county jatl at
Hackonsack N. Ji today ror tho mur-
der of Barney Kanter a butcher but
before his execution was accomplish-
ed ho made a doaporato fight. "When
two deputy sheriffs approached htm
to strap his arms Hornla tore off two
brass brackets on tho side of hlB coll
and getting Into tho corridor leaped
ovor a partition. He then toro off a
plcco of lead plpo and shout.'.! ill at ha
would brain any one that came near
htm. By this tlino tho jail was In an
uproar. The sheriff turned a hoso on
him. Hernia put up" his hands to ward
off the water from striking him In tho
face and a deputy grabbed the hand of
tho murderer that hold tho lead plpo
Other deputies quickly ruMiiM In.
Hernia was finally ovorpowerod and
se ourely strapped. Ho was the? placed
In a chair and carried to the gallows
his clothing dripping wot. At tho last
moment Hernia said:
"Goodbye all; excuse mo."
CURSED THE JUDGE
WHO SENTENCED HIM'
A Wichita Prisoner Calls
Down the Curse
By Associated Pcsa.l
Wichita Kas. Sept. 19. Tom Dlf.
fondorfor convicted of burglarly was
this morning sontonced to the peniten-
tiary for ton years. He turnod to the
judge and saldt
"May the curso of God rest upon
you. you baldhoadod old tyrant
Kingfisher County Fair Kingfisher
For the above we will sell round
trip tickets to Kingfisher at rate of
U 40 for round trip. TIcketB on sale
Oct. Oth to 10th Inoluslve limited to
return October 11th.
A. J. Corklns Agent.
To Be Given By Carnegie Ladles
Lingering Summer Colds
Don't let a oold run at this season.
Summer colds are tho hardest kind
to cure and If neglectod may linger
aloag for months. A long siege like
this will pull down the strongest con-
stitution. One Minute Cough Cure
wijl break up the attack at once.
Safe sure aots at once. Cures
coughs colds croup bronohltis all
tnroat and lung troubles. The cull
dron like It.
J N. "Wallace.
Fall Festivities. Kansas City Mo.
For the above occasion we will gll
tickets to Kansas Glty and return at
rate of one faro for tile round trip.
Tickets on sale October 3 4 G 7 8
9 and 10 limited to return October
A. J Corklns Agent
BY MURDER MYSTERY
Seeking a Clue to the
Murderer of Mrs Joseph
New York Sept. 19. Detectives of
New York Jersey City and other
nearby cities In New Jorsoy are work
tng togethor to unravel tho mystery
of tho death of Mrs. Jos. Pulitzer
wIiobo nudo body was found yesterday
In Morris canal In tho outskirts of
Jersey City under circumstances In
Tho theory or Chlof of Police Mur-
phy of Jorsey City Is that tho woman
was killed In New York and the body
brought acroaB tho rlvor on a ferry
boat and takon to whoro It was found
In a wagon.
The chlof thinks some onj who ad-
mired tho woman killed hor In a fit
of Jealousy. The husband of the wo-
man a tailor of this city was brought
from Jersey City to police headquar-
ter In thts city early today. Sergeant
IMinlor says Pulitzer made a state-
ment to the New York detectives
which was considered so Important
that It would not be made public. It Is
said the most Important cluo iu far Is
tho fact that a man called at Pulltzor's
homo on Tuesdny. To tho Jersey po-
lice last night' Pulltsor satd he had
returned lato at night and asked his
wife- to proparo a lunch. She was out
of cocoa and went across tho street
to get a supply. That was tho last
hoard of hor until tho body was found.
Tho weight which was attached to
the strap that was fastened about the
dead woman's waist was Identified to-
day as tho property of Chaa Evans
'who keops a stable In Hoboken.
BvanB says that oarlr Wednesday)
ovonlng a man ntorad his stablo and
not returnetlio rig until 8 6'clpok the
of carrying a large vajlso. He did
not refoir ntho rtg untfl 8 O'clock the
Local Happenings of City and Terrl
tory Briefly Told.
L "The Telophone Girl."
Hon. Robert A. Noft of Blaokwoll
Is bookod for a Domocratto spoooh at
Mulhall tomorrow afternoon.
Louis Sartaln of Parry has been
added to tho force of stenographers
at Republican campaign hoadquartors.
A special feature In tho vaudevlllo
of "My Uncle From Now York Co"
will be Mr. Geo. T. Clark baritone
solos. At the Brpoks' Sept. 24.
FJre Chlof Kosler has Issued a no-
tice to property owners to clean out
tho fluos of their buildings prior to
putting up winter stoves. This pre-
caution. If followed will greatly mlnl-
mlzo the danger of fire.
Harry Ward's Minstrel show last
night was one of the best attractions
ever witnessed In Gutbrlo. The
specialties were new and the gags and
jokes clean bright and up to data. A
big audience was present.
A feature of the "My Unole Prom
New York Co." will bo the celebrated
New York Male Quartette in eholce
classic and comedy selections. At
the Brooks' theator Wednesday Sept.
In schoolcirclesoplnlonglves ground
that Prof. Tucker Is all right. Yester-
day three preachors the Rovorends
Peters. Brower and Franklin asked
that their names by stricken from the
petition calling for the romoval of
STATE G A R. REUNION CARNI-
VAL AND FALL FESTIVAL.
Wichita Kas. Sept 2237 1902.
For the above occasion wo will sell
tickets to Wichita and return at rate
of one fare. Tickets on sale Sept 21
to 27 Inclusive good to return Sen-
A. J Corklns Agent
OYATION FOR CROSS
FROST FOR M'GUIRE
Democratic Nominee Speaks
to Crowd of; 3000
Enid Okla. Sopt. 10. Uncle Bill
Crods Democratic candidate for con-
gress spoko hare yesterday to a Crowd
of 3000 poople In the arena erected
for tho bull fight. Hla romarks woroLingt .ightlng and power purposes la
listened to with marked attention and
wore frequently interrupted wlh ap-
plause. Tho size of tho crowd which greeted
Unole BUI was In distinct contrast
with that whlqh hoard Bird McGuIro
on tho day before. ' McGuIro spok$ to
Iosb than 200 people and his meeting
was a veritable frost.
Tho Enid street fair 1b on hero this
weak nnd McGulre and Cross wore
both billed hero for addrossos. Mo-"
GuIre'jHato whs tho 10th and Cross"
tho 17tl- On the evening or the 10th
a heavy rain fell and the street were
wry muddy iu cpnsequence. The fair
management was appealed to by tho
local Republicans to allow them to
us the bull fight menu to seat the
people who desired to hear McGulre
but they refused nnd the only placo
left waB from one of the stands
erected In the streets After the rain
preceding Cross' date they wero again
appealed to by local Democrats to-
gothtr with Chairman Anderson of the
Democratic territorial comuiittco to
allow thorn tho tiso of tho arena to
soat tho crowd who desired to hoar
Cross but refused notwithstanding
that tno streets woro bo muddy that
Cross could not havo had an audlonco
of ton pcoplo hnd ho attempted to
speak from ono of the stands. Tho
local Domocrats howovor wont to tho
arena whon tho hour nrrlvod for Gross'
to Bpeak nnd took possession and by
tho timo the speakor was roady to
begin his address a crowd of 3000
people had gatherod to hoar him.
Tho faot that McGuIro was ablo to
muster a crowd of saarcoly 200 people
to hear him speak from n -stand In
tho busiest part of tho city and on a
fair day with tho streets dry and
Uncle Bill bolng greotod by a crowd of
3000 at the arona on a-dato following
a heavy rain shows protty aptly the
direction In which the political w!i..l
hereabouts is blowing.
Tho Brlsco Republican is a
paper conducted by a school-
mato of Bird McQulro. ' Mc
GuIro furnished tho' money to
start tho paper. This Is what
Domocrats and Populists mark
"We are proud of the fact
that Oklahoma Republicans
have never prostituted them-
selves by the fusion with the
brainless wild eyed rag time
calamity howling populists.
The Democrats and their ex.
rebel candidates are Welcome
to such cattle."
A JAM FESTIVAL
On Sept. 36 the ladles will give a
Jam Festival" at the homo of Mrs.
C. C. Knelsley. The proceeds will go
10 ward a fitting np a "Woman's Room"
in the now Carnegie library. A large
number have already contributed jam
and preserves and additional contri-
butions will be thankfully received.
LET BY COUNCIL
Guarantee Required to Have
Plant in Operation With-
in Twelve Months
Th city council lust night phased
an ordinance granting a gas franchise
to J. J. Nov&k and hit associates for
the purpose of generating gas for heat-
tho event of the acceptance of tho
franrhlBO Novak Is to doposlt ?(100 In
cash that tho work will bo completed
within twolvo monthB from fate.
The council Instructed tho city en-
gineer to proparo plans and specifica-
tions for tho paving of cortaln Btroots
on Harrison and Oklahoma avenues
from the Santa Fo tracks to Ash'
Btrejjt and on First Second Division
Broad and Ash streets from Harrison
avenue to Cleveland avonuo.
The long declared Intention to In-
crease the retail liquor llronse came
to pass last night by thi paseego or!
nn ordinance Increasing the city
license from $400 to $600 a year.
There are at the presont time twenty-
three saloons in Guthrie that .will be
affected by the change.
A petition signed by property own-
ors on Hnrrlton nvoime waB presented
calling attention to tho slow progress
of work on tho Harrison nvenuo via-
duct and praying thnt ine city council
take moniuros to oxpodlto the com-
pletion of tho bridge
A Inrgoly signud petition was alio
presented praying for additional elec-
tric lights In South Guthrie
I mayor jjiiii upiiunuiti Slurry u.uu
hill to a ploco on. the pollco forro for
a probationary porlod of thirty daya
filling the vacancy caused by tho
resignation of Jamos llarnos.
St.Louis Grand Jury Wants
His Testimony About
(By Acsociateu Tess.)
St. Louis Mo. Sept. 19. At the In-
stance of Clrcutt Attornoy Folk sub-
poonas havo been Issued for Delogate
Chaa I Geraghiy who is wanted to
glvo testimony ns to the whoreabouts
of Spoakor Chas. F. Kelly of tho house
of dologatos. indicted on sevorat
counts charging bribery nnd pporjury
Hp Is ono of Kollytg closest friends
and was speaker pro torn of tho house
while Kolly was speaker.
Delegate John i Burke was also
subpoonaod to appear at today's lOfl-
slon of the grand jury. He has gsn
Kelly soveral times since the authort-
Uh last Waw the fugitive.
RUbgn U Price whose address le
the Southern hotel Is another grand
jury witness summoned today.
Held Interesting Meeting With Mrs.
The Aeorn Hub met yesterday allay-
BOOH with Mrs. Ralph Smltk at Wtto tmit of Jews
ueauuui new uom on oak and OOJ
lego streets. There waa an unusually
largft attendance of club msmJjjgfj -be-sJdfts
several rlsitore. The following
programme was given:
National Federation Mrs. J
MujI by quartette.
Reading Mrs. Rucks.
80ng by Mrs. Ramsay.
Tile club meets next week irf
Ml J. C. Foster
OHIe Graves has bis string of
horse at 8bawne this week and next
week will move onto the Texas eir-
cult. The Graves' stable has been
meeting with considerable success out
of twenty nine starts winning money
In twenty of them go far this year.
DATES OF HON. WM. CROS3.
HaM Wednesday Sept. 17th.
Cloo Wood count' Sept.
Okeene Wednesday night.
vlfca. Woods County Fri-
day 1:30 p. in. Sept. lflih.
Chester Woods County Frl-
47 tiff ht Sen. 19th.
Curtis Saturday Sept. SO.
Woodward Monday Sept IS.
.. 4fetmnion Tuesday Sept.
Carmargo. Dewey count'
Wednesday Sept. 34.
Imuiv Day county Thurs-
day Sept. 3&
Butto Custor county Friday
Ouster City Saturday Sept.
37. S p. m.
Arapaho. Saturday Sept. 27
DATES FOR HON. R. A. NEFF.
Pawnee Friday Sopt. lOtli.
Mulhall afternoon SopL 20.
PLENTY OF MONEY
TO MOVE CROPS
Secretary Shaw Makes Pro
vision to Distribute Ten
(By Associated ProM.)
Washington D. C Sopt. 10. Secre-
tary Shaw announced beforo leaving
Washington title nftdrnoci for the
weet that during the week ho had au-
thorised the distribution In round
i numbers of ten millions Iu public
funds among the bunks throughout the
country which have bonds available
for security. The money will be ro-
leosod nnd the deposits will nil b
completed wlthtn a few days and Jtut
rr rapidly as the bonds are received
at the treasury.
The President's Trip.
Oyster Bay Sept 10u President
Roosevelt left for New York aboard
the Sylph at 0:30 o'clock this morn-
ing. He will not return to Sagamore
Hill until October 0. Mrs. Roosevelt
Mltftei Alice and IMIth Roosevelt nnd
Secretary Cortelyou accompanied htm.
The ladles will return to Ojwter Bay
title aftmoon. The other persons
who are to accompany the proeldent
on the woetern trip will join him at
Jersey City whence the 3larf wost
will b made this afternoon.
JOHN BULL APPLAUDS
UNCLE SAM'S ACTION
Likes to See United Stales
Intervene in European
(By AMoeiaUd frees.)
London Sept. 19 Secretary Hay's
.? m 4M powers on the subjec of
wblcli wm received In London a fort
nignt ago waa welcomed In HltUii
pfficlal circles. The tone of the for
mal acknowledgment of the ivieim
.of the not here InilUaieH HrltMi air
iliroval of American initiative i Uv
matter and confirms the idea that
O.eat Britain welcome the continued
j taterrenUon of the United State in
snali in whleh Kitrop U more di
iet)y concerned tn the belief that
ucb intervention tend to indirect lv
strengthen the hands of the British
()ne ot Hdture's remedies; can not
harm the weakest constitution ; never
falls to fture summer coraplaims of
j young or old. Dr. Fowler's Extract of
A il Dai-qI ft
mm lvvyui uiu
TRAIN RUNNING FIFTY
MILES AN HOUR
Two Passengers Killed and
Forty-two Wounded Sev-
(By Associated Press.
Chllllcothe O. Sept. 10 Two per-
sons were lulled ami forty-two In-
jured lh a wreak on tho Baltimore and
Ohio Snuthwttttcrn road at Iesburg
33 miles from hetv. 1at niKht Tho
Philip Roe engineer
Chas. Studer fireman
The most seriously Injured tire:
Mm John Selleiys Wollston will
probably die; Miss Sylvester. Wlla-
lon; Chna. Mosher Clilllltotlie.
Mrs. Geo. Warner Mnbol Warner
John Sellers Wollston; Mm. John Sel-
lers Mrs. Sylvester. Wollston; Mra.
Otto Wig'- Chllllcothe; baby child
also Injur...; llonry Groonbaum Chll-
llcntho; unknown Knglfchmnn.
Tho train wreaked wap tho No 2
"Royal Blue Flyer' which loft Cincin-
nati at 0:10 p. m- It consUtod cf eight
coaohee nnd was crowd ad with pnss-
enRors returning from the Cincinnati
fall festival. The train was running
at the rate of fifty miles an hour when
It ran Into nn open ewitrh. every car
leaving the irark.
The englno explodrd and the ongtn
eer anil fireman were killed outright.
The postal and baggage rare wjto
plied on trp of the pnglije tank nnd
the rant of the conchoN more or lese
General Manager I G llawn wkh n
ills private car In the rear of tho
train and immediately began super-
intending the removal of tho Injured
Among the passengers slightly in
Jured were IB. B. Cros nnd wir- of
Fayette Mo.; Chan Martin Grpn
City Mo.; Geo. D. Castor. St. I.ouls;
G. H. Cnskey Fort niMy. Kas.
Pittsburg and Western Wreck.
Pittsburg Pa. Sept. 10 A head on
colllMbn oj two prissenger trains at
Wltmoro Pa. on the Pittsburg md
Worh ralroad today resulted tn tho
killing of the engineer of the pa us ea-
ger train the serious Injury of four
trainmen and slight Injuries to a
number of passengers
The Auditor today registered bo.iU
No 1 to district No 60 I lay conn
ty amounting to $100 and bond No
1 district No. 23. of Kiowa county
amount! i to JI90
A HUMAN FROST.
8t Who Is MrOulre Republican
nomine for congress? Bx-
Ifnttwl Htates attorney for Ok-
lahoina who drew hU salary
He owns no property.
He pay it. 28 personal taxes
'p H prosecuted homes'-aders
for tlmbr- putting wher they
needed wood to keep from
I He whl pid a 6 year old boy
I lo Kansas
Tha s McOulre 13
I That- Mis record
He tmvels on paes furnish
I ed by railroad corporations and 3
makes puerile speeches He
makes a "speech'' in one town
and oatradlcts it In the next.
kkOuire U a frost
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