The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 146, Ed. 1, Friday, December 5, 1902 Page: 1 of 8
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Weathsr P oreostt-Tonlght and Saturday Increasing cloudiness warmor
Eastern States Feeling the Effects
of the Winferish Wave
By Associated Press.
New York Doc. G. A snow and
sleet storm dolayod traffic In New
York today. Service on tlra olovated
lints was seriously Intorferred with
and communication botweon tho up.
town and down town by moans of
surfaco Is slow and difficult. TIra
storm Is general throughout tho state.
In tills clt.v tho storm developed nto
a blizzard as the day grew. Abou
an Inch of snow fell during the foro.
noon Sound steamora arrived sv.
eral hours late and tholr offlpers ro
port the storm very heavy up tho
Telegraphic sen Ice east df Nw
Yoi i to New Kuglnnil la prostrated.
Railroad Service Crippled.
Philadelphia Pa. Dec. 5. A florce
snow and wind storm amounting nl.
most id a blizzard provalla through.
ut Pennsylvania loriny. Railroad serv
ice 1- badly crlpplud and telegraph
and telophone wires are prostrated.
Washington Not Overlooked.
Washington D. C Dec. G. A severe
wind and snow storm visited this city
last night and snow Is still falling.
Damage to telograph and telephone
wires Is reported. Tho storm Is con.
tral on the Now JorJsoy coaU
Telegraph Service Prostrated.
Memphis Tenn JDoc. 5. Rain and
sleet In the territory adjacont to
Memphis stopped falling last night.
Telegraph communication with aou'h.
ern and wvstein points howevor U
uncertain Reports from Arkansas
and Texas stnte that freezing woather
prevailed. Tlie freeso reached as far
south as Palestlno Texas with a
hoavy frost at Galveston Houston
and Beaumont. In wostom Louisiana
tho Red river is at tho danger point
and a further rise Is predicted.
Bitter Cold In Sngland.
London Doc. 5. Dlttor cold wvath.
er continues to prevail throughout the
United Kingdom. Gale and hanvv
fleas Interfere with the channol traffic
and thore hav boon many minor cas.
ualticfl among tho shipping. Similar
conditions oxlst on the continent.
IMMENSE PIANO CONCERN.
in Guthrie and Make
a Distributing Point.
The Thomupson Piano Co lias made
arrangements to open up the most
Iaborats riMMc store watt of Chicago
In tho Osage block on Harrison
avanue. The company Is going into
the wholesale and retail business aud
Guthrie Is to be the chief distributing
point for the territory. Th Thomp.
son Piano Co. has branch offices at
Oklahoma City Pnuca City Lawtoi
Pawhuska and Arkansas City.
The selecfon of Guthrie as dUtiib
uting point is a compliment to this
eity. Ceo. W. Thompson head of the
firm. Is one of the oldest and best
(v'no men In tire country
product of his factory has
a place j
among the Iwe' iaglrumenltg on the
market. Beside Instruments of their
own make the firm will handle such
splftndld Instruments as tire ITaddorf
Ulnkerhoff. Sweetland Brammviller
n4 Shumann piano. The company
bas ehosen Guthrie as Its wholeeal" I
distributing point for western Unlte-1 '
Mr. Ruggles of th Rugglee Plaau
Co. Is to be the business manager for j
the nw firm in Guthrie. I
The Pawnee Thuae says Pawnee
neds a eraeker factory a paper mill
a vlnegarfaet'orj. a cannery a mili-
tary school and a pottery and Ule
factor' In the absence of other sug-
gestions a to how to get them Paw
nee nvgut wwe a ieuer 10 au a 1
imp -y ar-aa m
PLENTY OF PELF
But Nary a Centime For
Sidewalks or Street
Tho city fathora mot in rogular. e.
lou last night the following being
Major Ball Counoilmon Croon
Spencer Nichols Porkins Ullle Mo-
Brlmj and Packor.
A petition signed bv w. H nnvio
and ofliew was rend asking for tho
removal of tho Santa Fo stock yards
to some part in tho southern portion
of tho city. Councilman Spencor
moved that tho hvalth cominlttoo con.
fer with tho Santa Fo rogardlng tho
location of tho ynrd whoro they
would not endanger public hoalth.
Tho motion carried.
A resolution waiMoffered by Council
man Spencor nsking tha tho ?GO0
cash deposit mado by W. II. Frost as
a guarantee of good fnlth that the gas
worliB would l)o flnlshod by December
1. 1002. bo declared forfeited to the
city and the money to be used by the
olty. The revolution was adopted.
The city clerk wai authorized to
draw warranto for the construction of
tejswalks and to certify the same to
the county clerk. Nothing was said of
the sldewalklt-ss corner at Division
J. II. Havighorst reportod the deep
well sunk to a dopth of 1800 fret and
a (Vert tbo city for the return of ccr.
tain borrowed piping.
The water committee's report on
the extension of tho mains to the
southeastern portion of the city was
unfavorable becnuso of tho Jack of
funda In tho treasury to complete tho
ThoffYBnal collection of monthly
salary bills woro pro- ontotf and or.
derod paid aaiV the app:r) print ion or.
dlance providing for tin nme was
Mayor '1111 appointed Councilman
Lillm. as chairman; Water Commis-
sioner l)nmy and F. O. Dam in as a
board of plumbing oxaralners tor the
The new ordinance makes It noces.
cry for all plumbers to have a license
and this committee was appointed by
h mayor lu accordance with the law
The contract for the construction of
sewers was up before the council and
was discussed at length Council
man Llllle moved that the city clerk
lte Instructed not to Issue warrant
for the building of sewers until order
ed to do so by the council.
The bond of II. C. Barney at plumb.
Ing inspector wa approved. Tire
bondsmen are J. C. Foeter and B. J.
Doughty. The bond is for ?800
BREEDER OF FINE STOCK.
Will Ship Carjoad of Englieh Shire
Horses lo Guthrie
Chas. Work an old friend of Dr. Z.
H- Beerabloseom and managor of the
Falrvlew stock farm of Washington.
Iowa. Is here visiting his friend and
making arrangements for the shipping
of a car of fine blooded English shire
horses to thlB city. Mr. Work Is a
stoekman of national reputation and
ha lately shipped 'everal car loada 'o
Bold. Parkersburg and H "R'-no buy-
ers Low expulsion rates for Mia hnli
I dajta on tho "Chootaw."
ONLY EVENING ASSOCIATED PRE&3
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA. FRIDAY DECEMBER 5 1902.
Turned by Virtous
IN DURANCE VILE
Paraded the Streets Fol?
lowed by a Hooting
(By Associated Press.)
Topeka Kas. Doc. B. Mrs. Carrie
Nation Is In Jail todajj on the charge
of disturbing the poaoo. Sh0 will
havo her trial this attarnoon. She
'waa forcibly ojecten from several drug'
stores and ono of thu most jiromlnont
hotels In th0 city. Somo saloons let
lifer W("tf t'nnd "s sll was closely
watched 9 atliomptod no smashing.
Toward Uio laft a hooting mob fol-
lowed her and other druggists and
Joints slammud tho door In her face.
GUTIHIE CLUB MEETING.
Committees Named to Look After
- The Guthrlo club hald a. busy ses-
sion In tho club room's- last evening.
Thore was a larg attondaneo of
mombors and business of Inynortanco
to ovoy loyal clllsen waB transacted.
A committee was appointed by Pros!
dent Barnes to solicit subscriptions
for the maintenance of a gymnasium
In tho Carnegie library building. The
tlckots of a year's membership cot
?5 and aro well worth the price askod'
Tho room will be fitted tip with
thoroughly modern Jtyslenl exorclso
apparatus and a director who will
have charge of tha work done In the
gymnasium will bo onguged. The
committee Is composed of Joe Sv.
ariiB rr C PattV nml IT W 4
A committee was appointed to loolt
attar tho preliminary work regarding
tho Missouri Pacific extension Into
Guthrie and to attond to all corre.
epondence regarding the proposed
coming of that road Into Oklahoma.
President Barnes was authorized to
appoint a cominlttoo to taka charge
of tho legislative ball and banquet to
be glvvm soon after tho assembling of
Tho following Is the committee niu
poinieu: J3ix-uuvtrur immvm cinut
man; F. II. Greer U G. Nlblaok V'.
M. Spurlck Judge Dale. Henry H
Ap and F. B. Uicas. secretary of the
OF SURPLUS WEALTH
Three Holdup Men With
Pull Hands Take the
By Asseetaiea rtess.l
Pocatelio Idaho Dfte. I.Ono of the
baldest and most daring hold up in
the history of Idaho was committed
here when three unraapked men enter.
ttd the Kagle club rooms and robbed
the souse of about $1000. Two of the
men advanced wltk drawn revolvers
Into the room In which there were not
less than thlrty.flve men. The third
man then marched around to the
games and gathered up the money.
Two of the hold-up fired a volley Into
the celling before they departed- Of.
fleers are hot on the tralL
PAPER IN OKLAHOMA TERRITORY.
Under Ruins of
FOLLOWS HOTEL FIRE
Proprietor and Clerk Are
Charged With Acces
ilry to Manslaughter
(I- Associated Press.)
Cleveland O. Dec. 6. Early this
morning whllo lighting the flames in
tho ruins of tho Rookob factory i por.
tlon of the wall foil upon momdrs of
an onglne company burying Captain
Daniel Funican Jas. b. Osborger and
Arthur Gannsr Mout. RobL McKonna
HosQmen Samuol Jonos Chad. Nicd.
ing and Pntrlck Joyce. Joyco wa3
found dead under toiiB or brick and
mortar. Th others were dug out and
3H Lincoln Hotel Holocaust.
Chicago III. Doc. 5. Frttd A. Smith
proprietor of tho Lincoln hold. In
which fourt'eon men wore smothered
td .death yostorday and night clerk
Br'C. Weber wre arraigned In court
today on a charge of being accessor-
lee to manslaughter before the fact.
They wera released on bond.
EARLY MORNING BLAZE.
Barn Belonging to J. N. Wallace Dam.
aged by Fire.
The fire department responded to
the second alarm Insldo of tliirtjuslx
hours at 1:30 o'clock this morning
when called to the barn belonging to
J. H. Wallace on Bast Springer
avenue Tho fire started In a build
ing nvar the barn to which the Ilamss
had communicated by the time the de.
partment arrived the roof of tho barn
Mr. Wallato was slightly burned
aboutt tho head and face In releasing a j
cow and horse that were lu the burn.
Ing stable. The department succeed
ed in retelling the remaining valu
ables and quickly extinguished the
It ta tald the alarm did not reach
tire department headquarters until
the blase wss under full headway
though Uie neighbors claim they tele.
phond In the central office but could
get no answer. The department made
a quick ma and 4e-erros much credit
lor the small loss incurred by the fir?.
Making Plans for a Battle
Royal for the Omni
Special to Dally Leader.
Washlriaton D. C De 0 The
tearitorial deieg&xes held a confer
ence today with tbo senatorial friends
of the erenibus bill ano manned out
plans for the coming uattle. It is
considered here that the senate sub.
stitute means no statehood legislation'
and tl minority member'- of the com"
mittee on territories will Insts. on
the omnibus bill sad th Moon bill
which provide a tenltoral form of
government for Indian territory.
Ungrateful Wretches Ready to Bite
the Hand of Their Deliverer
Break Into Stores on Main
Streets Under Glare of
Two meat markets two hardware
store and a grocory) store were brok
en Into last night and money to tire
amount of about ?16 taken. All tho
robberies probably occurrod during
tho time of last night's llro becauso
no merchant police disturbed tholr In.
Tho Hlrschi.KnnbKl hardware stm
waa ontored from tho roar of the
store by broaklng a gla.s out of trio
door tho thlovos crawling through
tho oponlng. The robbers got about
n dollar in smnll ohnngv. but took
nothing In tho way of goods.
Welcome Grocery 8tore.
At tho Welcomo grocory six dollars
In pennlos woro misting this morning
The robbers took the glas out of a
side door and crawlvd Into the room.
No merchandise wore taken and the
robbers overlooked one of the money
Klondike Meat Market.
At the Klondike meat market the
robbers took the screen off the front
door nud went to the ensh register '
taking eighty cents from the draw jr.
It Is said one of the employes slveis
In the rear room but1 he was not i
awakened by he burglars.
Spencer Hardware Store. '
Tlie Spencer hnrdwniv store wan
the next to receive n v'Mt and this
visit netted the thieves a sum of h-'
tween five and six dollars. Tire ch1i '
I register was evidently new to them
for they; rang up E0 cents In removing
Ltlie contents. The visitor removed a
pno of glaes from one or the doors
anil crawled through Into the loom.
Schmidt's Meat Market. f
The gehmldt meal mankot was the
wene of the boldest of the five rob.
buries. Hum the burglars began op. j
ersiloas (fn Oklahoma avenue. The)
large ftfmr In the front door wan I
taken out and set on the sidewalk
while the robbers tested the cash reg. :
ister. They oTjf got IS cents and a i
"inell plec of bacon but were thought-
ful enough to replace the glass before
thfey left. Mr. Schmidt had taken $87
home and beltoiea he has a clue to
the robbers. As he was leaving last
night a man bought a email piece of
sfcssk but kept his eye on the cash
register and Mr. Schmidt who wai
couutfug the day's receipts. The no.
lice have found no clue to the rob.;
berlea but believe Hiey are the work '
ACQUITTED OF MURDER
INDICTED FOR PERJURY
Confssed Accomplice Be-
trays the Woman Part-
ner of His Crime
Des Molne la De' 1 Mm Kllu
OallauKher recently acquitted at IowkJp n oawsou Aftou M r FaVUen
CU- of thq murder of her husband 1 1 Miami; (' I Youug. V-ra; 8
has been Indieted for perjury and cau Ji Johnson Okmnlgtx W. T Hindi
sot he located. H la reported she has ji. Muskogee; J. A. Taylor thalr
gone to Canada. She l alleged to j mtMt VyMBewood.
have sworn far ely in bet- own 4e. Tweetr ume of the delegate kav
fen- Chas Holada
guilty to 'orapllciry in the crime h i
the Uaes agulu&l her.
(By Associated PresH.)
WashmgOn D. C Deo. G.Tha un-
expected turn ln'6dbnii treaty nogotl.
atlqnB nt Havana) Uayo greatly sur.
prfrttl tho offlelnlB lfbro who had or
ry reason to bollevt from Minister
Squiro'a rriimrlB that tho treaty waB
prnctlonlly an accomplished fact. Now
that It Is to be thrown into the houflo
of representatives rft llav'ann with a
Nat ioneiiHH majority' supposed to bo
hostile NfUtV'tkttnbllRlihtunt of closer
relations with the United Status it t
feared thai U tAaty will bo lost for.
If not rejected outright. It Is almost
certain ttrtye amended so as to malco
it unnooapfnbln to tha-Unltod States.
DELEGATES AND COM-
MITTEES ARE NAMED
To Urge the Cause of Single
Statehood at Washington
Claremore I. T. Doc. G. Prior to
tho adjournment oi tha'nonrfpaHlsan
lnter.torrltorlat single slatohood cOn.
uilon here yeitddaj hi following
dlcegates to Washington wvre solcct-
ed by the various Uologationn
u. ii. Amte uiiiaiioma city.
Geo. Uncock Oklahoma City
J. W. Hunt. Oklahoma City
A. II. Classen Oklahoma City
W. V. Harn Oklahoma Clly
Kd U. Dunn Oklahoma Cty.
M. L. Turner Oklahoma City
A. C. RooH Oklahoma CU
John A. Long Wetumptha. I.
J. V. Taylor Guthrie Olila
3 M. Baylese Clnreiuore I. T
W. h. Cheutham Uilstow I T.
J II. Lteavttt Cowoia I. T.
II. B. Blukeny 101 Reno Okla
l V. Lamb Okmulgee I. T
C. K. Cattle agonor. I. T
W. P. Root. Supillpn I. T.
' Robert Gdluralth. Hul Fork. I. T.
Roy UrfriiffiiautHor. Okla.
W. A. Chaoe NowiOa I. T
J.I. C. Columbia tfewklik Okla.
W. I Halsell Vlnlta I T
W. V Dilley. Okenmh I. T
A It. Allen Ukemah I. T
Thomas Doyle IVrry Okla
J. M. aoll(orry CoUinsylllc
J. D. Scot AlvS; Ohla.
It C. IStholH. Msngum. Oklu
H. CalklnH. Tulsa I. T.
II K Johnson Uristow I T
J T Tsylor Wynu.woo!. 1 T
Win John on Dsrtlrsvllte I T.
W. K Ledhetur Ardiuore I T.
W II C TrudKeott Purcell I T.
W. Y. UuNliliiv. Muskogc- I T.
Ilarrv Bsrou. Hugo. I T
The siuglc Htatehood t-xpruiUo com
tnlttee was if durted as follows
Members fom Oklahoma
I O. Nlblswk OuthTK- T O Will
Kewkirk. C. D. A ' Oklahoma
2iL:T b p
Chaodler; It K. SUfford setreUry
Okishom nt II M Blckle Okla-
. . m I1j.I1iJ IIahi i' Tsa!ai
M!b tro. mdum t.mtory:
V. 8. B. Amoi Vlntt. A H Aliea.
ObevMah; J.J A Turner WetumKa.
A L. PWHee. Claremore; Ftel Mepan
'leM. ilartlvllle; A. L HanBman
Oowe'a; Hriier Careon Red Kork; U
! Brown. CoIllnsvlUe. II V Up.
rtiauah- v. A Parkinson. Wagoner.
who pbaddHrMdy signlfled their ' in tout km of
ieavlug Vialta oer Ih Frk Btf
I Sttnaap tor Vahlnf
tSw.u LJ J
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 146, Ed. 1, Friday, December 5, 1902, newspaper, December 5, 1902; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc71923/m1/1/: accessed March 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.