The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 10, Ed. 1, Monday, December 29, 1902 Page: 1 of 8
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The Guthrie Daily
AWAITS ON CASTRO
Yenezuehfn rfesident Apparently has
Spanish Mananna Habit
(Dy Associated Press.)
Washington D. C Dec. 29. Von.
zttelan negotiations now await upon
President Castro. Minls'.or Dowon
has boon fully advlrad by tho .tato
department of the result of It's ix.
changos with tho foreign officers at
London Berlin and Rome and h has
been charged to take tho caso In
hand himself end arrange tho details
of the protocol which will preevdo the
submission of the foreign claims to
the arbitration of the Haguo tribunal.
In so doing Bowen lc nctlng not as
United States minister but as Ven-
ezuela's r0pro6ontatlwfc The officials
here wish it to be distinctly under-
stood that their functions cea-od so
far as tho Venezuelan difficulty was
concerned when they brought! thy
parties to tho controversy together.
It is felt that President Castro will
no' consume much 1mo In making
up his mind to accept tho propo-als
held out to him through) Mlnlstqr
Bowen by the allied 'powers.
I Germany Calmly Indifferent.
Berlin Dec. 29. Foreign Secretary
Von Ulphthofsn Is awaltng tho ra.
celpl of Castro's answer to tho pro-
posal to submit the Venezuelan dis-
pute to the arbitration of tho 'he
"Assuming that President Castro
declines to acept the. rofcrrvatlona
will arbitration fall through?" askd
the correspondent of tho Associated
Press of a foreign office official today.
The official replied:
'A settlement will be reached by
arbl nation in any evont."
LODGED IN JAIL
the Assailant of
"The police today arrested William
Smith negro who ! charged with
sbooJng Thomo Ladner last Wed-
nesday night. Smith la abouto 25
years of age and answere 'b de-
scription given by Ladner of his as.
gallant. Ha Is held at the jail await
ing identification by Ladner. Smith
denies the charges and dolares this
is his first vlslti to Guthrie.
Entertained at Dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. P. O. VanDuyn enter-
tained today at a dinner given In hon.
or of Mrs. Van Duyn's parents Mr.
and Mrs L. It. Bump of Douglas Kas.
who are vlrl'lng here Among '.he
gue-a present were:
Mr. and Mis. Bump. Mrs. Clara
Steel of Abhland New York Mrs.
Henry Asp Mm Powe and Allw
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Wmjn you tool dull after eating.
When you hare no appetite.
When you have a bad taste In the
Whon your liver la torpldl
When your bowols are constipated.
When you have a hsadach.
When you feel bilious
They will Improve your appetite
cleanse and Invigorate your stomach
and regulate your liver and bowels.
For sale by the Bfcgle drug store.
on acount of the large advance
salo tfioce wishing good seats for
HfHo Bill' should swure 'hem early
Ir-"D' tho opvra house
SAFE BLOWERS ROB
Used Nitro-Glycerine and
Secured $400 in Stamps
Spoolal to Dally Leader.
Mulhall. Okla. Dec. 20. The Mul
hall postoffica was robbed eerly Sun.
day morning and ?150 In stamp and
5260 In monv wero takon from the
safe NItro glycorlna was uk1 in
blowing up the safe; Tho robbery Is
supposed to have occurred at about
The robbers gained entrance to the
building through the back door. They
went immediately to tho safe and ap.
piled nltro glycerine. Whon the rob.
hu:i was discovered by Postmaster
Tom Wooalojt. ho at once notified
United State? Marshal W. D. Fossett
at Quthrlcv and the county officials.
Dispatches were senti to all officials
north and south of here though tt Is
conjectured tho burglars wont north
la Perry. - Sheriff Carpenter was here
yesterday to learn mora of tho burg
lary and returned to Guthrie In thw
United States Marshal W. D. Fob
jolt latt night received a telephone
message from Deputy Marshal Foster
a.1 Perry saying that he had captured
two of the robbers and had recovered
1100 in money from them The mes.
saite was brief stating that he would
bring the priMmwr from Pe.ry to the
federal Jail hero on the 10:20 train
Tho robber woro approhonded a
few miles south of Perm yosterday
afternoon. Deputy Marslihl Foster
and Pollcomon Taylor and Ramsay
of tho Porry forcev found tho raon on
tho railroad track. Tho robbers wr
heavily armed and opened fire on tho
officers at onco The flro waB return
ed and a running fight cnuod. AflOr
about a halt hour of rapid firing the
robbors woro ca'pturJ by tho officers.
All the shots flow wide of tholr In-
tended marks and none of the com.
batnnts was injured.
The men woro taken Immediately
to tho Perry jail and are being heavi-
ly guarded!- Slforlft Carpenter ind
Chief of Police Refolds went to
Perry yeBtorday afternoon and will
return tonight. It is learned toJay
that none of the stamps were found
upon tho two robbers caught but that
Sheriff Carpenter and Reynolds are
searching today for the missing
Au Orlando citizen In the city to-
day v Bald that four mn passed
through that place early Suuday
morning enroute north. Two of the
robber were on the railroad track and
two were walking In the wagon road
about one.quartor mile east of Orlan-
do. Notice of Stockholders Meeting.
Notice is hereby given that the first
annual meeting ot stockholders of
Homestead Building and Loan com.
'pany for the oleatlon of a board of
seven directors will be held at the
company's office room 2 southeast
co.ner of Oklahoma avenue and First
street Outlirle Oklahoma on Jan 12
1908 at 7:30 o'clock p. m for the
transaction of any business that may
coray before the meeting.
3? eric- of the president and sec.
A. J. Bakeit F. M. Rinanart
EVENING ASSOCIATED PRE&3 PAPER tN OKLAHOMA TERRITORY.
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA MONDAY. DECEMBER 29 1902.
Official Head off
But Don't Forget He Was
Always Good to 0kla
(By Associated Press.)
Washington D. C Dec. 29.Blngr
Hermann commlslotinr of the gen.
eral land office has resigned nnd will
be succeeded by Win A Rlchirda.
now nssltaut commissioner of the
gonoral land office. Tho change will
talre effect probably January 15.
Hormann' resignation was requostod
about two weoka ago by tho secr'tary
of the Interior and was Immediately
presented. Charges have bevu pre
ferred against two subordinate offl.
clalB of tho land office Involving at.
Ioged Irregularities and thoy have
been glvon a specific tlmo In 'which
to make answer.
ATTENTION KATY GUARANTORS
All those who arc on tho. Hat of
guarantors to tho Katy road will find
it to their interest to be at the Guth-
rie club at 7:30 tonight sharp.
C. E. Billlngsley.
FEARS REBEL ATTACK
Retires to Palace With All
His Available Army
(B Associated Press.)
Tangier Morocco - Dec. 29. Tho
sultan of Morocco Is said to hare re.
tired to the palnco at Fez with all his
available army) and ammunition and
to havo strongly barricaded himself
in consoquence of a threatened at.
tack on the part of the rebels.
Madrjd Dec 30. The Spanish gov-
ernment Is pr pprlng for evsntuall.
ties in Morocco and has ordered
troops held In readings to promntly
reinforce the garrisons at Ceuta and
Malllla Morocco should the situation
require. A flfmnlsh cruiser has oven
ordered to Tangier.
Don't fail to attend the Grand New
Year's Ball to be glv-n Thuvday
night at xllrae! Brothers' hall. Au
orehesrra of rtx ptoses will fu'rHUb
music. Come and hare a good Cms.
tjb best ot order will h ina.intatnd
It's Uie little colds that grow Into
big colds; the big colds that end In
consumption and death. Watch the
ItfUe colds. Dr. Wood's Norway Pine
Tho Capitol National bank has the
first world's fulr souvenir gold dollars
to come to Oklahoma. Part have the
nead of Jefferson and part McKlnley.
Price it. Proceeds go to wo Id's
The postotfice derka are lee'ing
from their hard work of last week
If 3lpu are in doubt as to the mak
up of your Nw Year's cards get s. m
jpoet t make them for you.
DIRE R3SULTS OF
Buildings Tumbled Walls
Flung Down and Roofs
By Associated PresB.
Ashkabad Russian Tur.kestarv Dee.
3&4 Another violent earthquake shock
occurred at Andljan last night. Fur-
ther advices from Andljan say the
oarthqunko victims number 4800 of
which 1000 persons wore killed In
Hie town of Andljan and the rost In
tho adjacont country. About a thou
sand squaro miles aro affected.
Buildings tumbled walls flung down
and roofs collapaod burying evory
ono within and groans and shrieks
filled tho air. Tiro shootos woro con.
tlnued uninterrupted! for flfteon
mlnutoir and wero accorapanld by.
horrifying rumbling" torrential rain
arid a hurricane. No refuge whatevor
FROM CURIOUS CAUSE
Mrs. Jessie Benton Left
Definite Instructions in
Safe Deposit Box
By Associated Press.
Los Angeles Cal. Dee. 80 Ar.
rangomont for the funeral of the
late Mrs. Jessie Benton Fremont
havo not yt been comploted on ac-
count of a curious fact. It Is known
to members of her family Hint Mr.
Fremont left doflnlto Instructions In
rogard to tho last rites over her re
mains. These Instructions are In a
safe daposit box of the family and can
nob be obtained until the bank opens
trulnv It hns bean settled that tho
funeral will occur Tuesday and erfier
arrangements will he mads today.
I Mrs Fremont's grandson John C.
Fremont Jr. who Is a midshipman
aboard the cruiser New York at prss.
ont off Santa Barbara was not notl.
fled of her death until yesterday b.
cause of the absence of the ship from
Dark bay honw six year- oiu. is
hands high slight saddle mark oa
rtgkt sWa Hd new leather hatter
on when left my) bmw on urtiajr
Deeember 17th 18 US A uiuawo re-
ward will Its iald for Its returg t)
O. H. Donnoliue. 414 B Igan avenue
Outhris Okla Or Am Kan loan
awl Trust Co.
The Capitol National bank has :he
first world's fair souvenir gold dol'ar
to come to Oklahoma Part have the!
head of Jefferson and part Mi-K.m.e
Prlea ?. Proceeds go to wo- Id
Mr. A. B. Baer former manager
of the Famous has rirned to Uuth
rle from Joplin He may poi'lbly on
gage In business here a hf think)-
Outlirle la Uie boi town In the ton h
Th? beet show of thf oanon
'Hllo Bill win ay. ar at h'
THROW ANOTHER FIT
Return of Humberts Furnishes Fresh
.Excitement for La Belle France
WELL KNOWN CHICAGO
MAN IN GUTHRIE
He Knows' Actors News-
paper Men and Other
Major John B Jeffrey of Washing-
ton D. C is registered at the Ronl.
Major Jeffrey Is the Inspector of tire
rural dellrwy service for the Mil.
sourl lUvlston and the purpose of his
present visit to Guthrie Is to person
ally Inspect conditions In Logan coun.
tj; with tho vlow of rocommondlng
additional routeB. He left UiIb morn.
lug In company with Po-tmastiur Mo.
Coy for a drlvo ovor tho county.
"For tho purposo of securing tho
rural delivery Borvlco Oklahoma 1
peculiarly fortunate" mid Major
Jeffrey last night. "The rules of tho
postofflco department roqulro a cer.
tuln population within a defined dis-
trict to entltto It to tho Borvlco nnd
It Js In thl-i renpoct tha Oklahoma Is
fortunate for In my driver 1 find that
everyf quarter section Is occupied by
a famlljt Instead of th r being largo
fiu in of swveral hundreds of acres
hi is often the ca-e In the states
which makes It a eotniniraUvely easy
niRt'tir with your iteople to fulfill tha
requirements as to 'population From
what I hav already ascertained 1 am
quite surv three more delivery route
will be recommended for Logan coun.
Socially Major Jeffrey lc a moat le.
llghtful and engaging entertainer and
for several hours last night ha enter
talned a circle of acquaintances a. th
Royal with a seemingly Inexhaustible
fund of remlnlscenses aud nnscdotes
pertaining to personages prominent In
newspaper theatrical and political
Hfu. Wars ao he wag at the hrod
of the great Joffrey show priming
house of Chicago which brought nlin
Into contaetnvJth all of the celebrities
of the country particularly In the
atrical mid journalistic circles. Ho
was an early friend of Nate Sauls-
bury "Uuffalo Dill's" partner and
manager who died tire other day
sw York and. In fact It was Major
Jeffrey who gars SauWbury his first
; oiRft I tits show buMiiei
It was upon his return from a ra. jl am disheartened and disRiistsd with
cation In ISur&pe that Major Jeffrey he superficial education received In
learned that the great printing b'tal. i our stonoola. Callstheulrs ljookkeen-
aess bearing his name had passed 'ing aslileilcs tmd a lot f other 'to
from his control although he wai the take up the raajorll tX the 'lm-
nominal owner of two thirds of the j Theru is a good deal of bragging
stocks A trustrti eninknrti T the aheut Lie schools of Outhrlci hurt I cau
concern had used the stock for an
. . . r-
nio. iHi-pose during his ehlefV ab.
Mniw bjr reaon of wh0ji the business
fron undM. jn. jnry'u
- mmroi An appeal was Ukvn to the
courts and Major Jeffreys won oot la have made a run on ih- trlmm'
evry leical contest but succeeded la and nslci tfil the rsn luls A ttilii
sotting barlt a mere pittance of hlajwho has grail as ed from high school
one splendid fortune and ev -n this that Mm not figure what a load of hay
remainder a lawyer gobbled in comes to or a load of ' rn ir a load
The late P esldent M-Klnley was a of coa't when they rave the pounds
warm friend of Major Jeffrey and of. ut niijce furnished th on how a
ferud him a commission In lie volun. iterrlt ' lark'ng som wlierv
Lr army which was accepted
po-ltlon was that of assistant qar hood lw The never ba ben a
ertnaster general with the rank of graier outrage atteioftteil on the peo.
major and for sixteen months Major pie titan what Is known the awbtl.
Jeffrey saw service In the Philippines j tute MM. I feel a " w. wre Jsl.
during which period of time his b'ard flod in gating t.ui the old rero-
a goldn blnnde turned to silvery ' lutloagr dayu h-h! akln ii arirs If
whlto The death ot his friend Pi.sl 'um'Tary foi fnl that ? have
dent MKliiey and ibe ontlnuea II! turned aid a -i i i ! n
ne j. of his i(c iadnved Major Jeffrey ( V.'Uj r l-s l I r mai-i
to realatt bis commission in the army i 4t Vtry re pectfully.
servln and b t linniwllatly ap J. W McNeal
pointed tn hi present poHltlon in 'h
ns offtci department
Vajr Jfffriy i a member of he
(Dy Associated Press.)
Paris Dec. SO. Members of ttu
HurabSft family who wore rtfontlj
nrrosted In Mnjjjy Jji oppnootlon wl.h
tho gfwUi safo frauds In this ol'y ar-
rived hro oarly this morning. There
was no dsmonsiratlon. Tho prisoners
were conducted to tho Conct'rgorle
prison. The partly pnaM'd thtough
double lines of .police to carriage) In
waiting. Detachment of mounted
police pffloers ".irrounded he v..
hlcls Itlch wore drlv-n at a rat.
tllng meft through the gntV-ing
orowdinar tfto llrlion.
The rolurn of the HumborU to
Paris ts Uio alisorblng topic for dls.
curpn Wirotighout tho city Indcwl
throtiBhonb Frnncw as no ovont slnc
thv rtfiiini Of Dreyfus hns nroueil
Huoh Intonwi oxcltemont. All clat6es
of society aro equally introstod as
tho Humbert frauds woro to colo-sal
and so lnterwovon with boiuo of the
fortmost porsonngos In France1 that
tholr rdttlrn was viewed with apnre-
bonslou V Crowds from all par's of
tho cltyVoro rpady) to avsomblo at
tho station and glvo tho priKonors a
dlaqnl.srly roqpptlon btit thp svero.
tnry of police liafflcd tlio plans of the
Uonevolqnl and ProtoctlW) Ordor of
Elks cHfcngo lorfgoNo. 4f and exhibits
a card sotting forth that he Is a life
member of the ordor. This Is a dls
tlnoMotPlftirni byivory fow Elks and
was voted 'o Major Jeffrey by t-oajon
of twvitj.flre years continuous mm.
bershlp ltt the. order and four furc-n.
slv terms as -'frm rjr&r of th. ChlfKi
lodge. He ca rips alo a II fo member
ship fa the Chicago MnwMilr. llti
lodge and li a member of M -d'n i
tcsupls of tho MyeUc Shrlnev
HOT ROAST FOR
. SUPT. CAMPBELL
J. W McNeal Says Twelfth
Grade Pupils are
Guthrie Okla Def 12. 10'2
Mr. Jerw Jolmeon. Newklrk Okla.
Dear Sir: I wan ro congratulate
you on tho article In your paper of
Djq. llftfr WH aoe about th school
so Into the ltth ara.de and sulMntt a
simple eveiy day business transaction
j ana K will be mystery to them how
to solve It Whst w nd Is overy
' day rotnmon sense odu atfcm. W-
I alo Ilk your at irle o i he Stat".
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 10, Ed. 1, Monday, December 29, 1902, newspaper, December 29, 1902; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc71941/m1/1/: accessed February 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.