The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 19, Ed. 1, Monday, July 20, 1903 Page: 1 of 8
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The Guthrie Daily Leader.
THE ONLY F.VENINQ ASSOCIATED PREM PAPER IN OKLAHOMA TERRITORY.
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA. MONDAY JULY 20 1008.
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By Associated Press.
Rome July 20. (4:40 p. m) Tho
pope died shortly after four o'clock
this afternoon. His last momenta
were comparatively peaceful and paln-
less and were preceded by a period of
insensibility. Around the bedsldo at
tho final moment wero cardinals rel-
atives and Hi embers of tho papal court.
Beforo lar-slng Into unconsciousness
tho dying pontiff feebly moved hUllp8jtiewns'Broataarmattnovatcftn
his last articulate words being those
used in bestowing benediction.
Gradually tho shadow of doatl'
spread over the pontiff; his oxtroml-
tles became cold his futures assumed
the fixed rigidity of denth and Dr.
LapponI notod bis last fluttering
heartbonfj which gradually became
slower an ' slower until thoy flunlly
Tho new of the pope's death spread
rapidly thoughout Itome and caused
a most lrofound sonsatlon. ino
wholo city Is In mourning.
Rome July 20. About noon tho
pope was solzcd with sinking spells.
For a few n-omonta It was bolloved tho
catastrophe was about to occur. So
near death was tho pontiff that Car-
dinal Van Nutolll began to replto
prayers fo- tho dying and administer-
ed absolution. Tho popo however
once again .demonstrated his marvel
OI19 vltnlttv llV rallvlnir from tho
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parontly fatal seizure only to reiapso
Immediately to state of soml-conscl-
Although tho pontiff continued in
igonoral condition of lathargy ho had
iieeting spous wnen nis reason asort-
od ltsolf. During ono of theso periods
Tio murmured a benediction and sol-
omnly cor.ldod tho Interests ot the
church lo Cardinal Oreglla.
Rome July 20. (5:45 p. m.) A
largo crowd has gathered about tho
Vatican DU' porfect ordor prevails
thoro. nnd olsowhere. In Rome.
Tho popo's death agony was short
and was terminated by a paroxysm of
After o short Interval Cardinal
Scraflno Van Nutolll Intoned tho
requlom amidst tho wooplng of those
n(innl Tlmn all llaQn1 thn nnnA'fl
""ou'"- "" ... - f-i
hand before leaving tho chambor.
Death Story In Bulletins.
Rome Jtly 20. The popo is doad.
Rome July 20. (Flash bulletin.)
Tho pope dsod at 4:04 this afternoon.
Death Unofficially Announced.
New York July 20. (12:14 p. m.)
For two hours all tolegraphlc com-
munlcatlon from Rome has heon bus-
Thoro is much reason for tho belief
that tho popo Is doad. although no of-
ficial statomont to that effect has
been received. An unofficial telegram
announcing tho doath was reported In
Paris a few minutes since.
Dr. Mazzonl's Hasty Recall.
Rome July 20. (1:50 p. m.) Dr.
Mazsonl has- been hastily recalled to
the Vatican. It Is bolloved the supreme
moment Is at hand.
Death Rattle Audible.
Rome July 20. (2:45 p. m.) Tho
popo has entered Into what the doc-
tors bellevs to bo his last agony. Tho
death rattle Is audible to those wait-
ing outsId9 tbo sick room.
3:30 P. M. Dr. MazzonI oa loavlng
the sick chamber a few momenta ago
said tho present Indications pointed
to tho pope' death within two hours.
All Consciousness Lett.
Rome Jtly 20. At 4 p. m. tho pope
had lost all consciousness
APPROACH dF FINAL END.
Cardinal nnd Diplomat. Admitted to
.tfie Sickroom. I
Rome.'JuIv 20. At 11:30 o'clock
as tho pop was suffering from grave. I"71"1 rle" "" olaro are being porfoctod. Tho ton and deacons. Every cardinal in pro-
increased cardiac affection. Doctor enom- .. .. J rwl coiigrogntlons meet on tho third vldml with a voUng paper on which
LapponI thought tho end had arrived ! Tho J"1"" rfZ " 'rm tL P0Pe8 d0UU ln hnU he WrtM tle na " "
and prayer wero offered for the dying 'J" ?"' ' consistory and there appoint three ' dldale. ...it not his own name. No one
poniiu wno was givon absolution in
Death wat considered so noar that
jaji tie caiuais wore present and
members of the diplomatic corns wore
admitted to the sick room as accord-
ing to tradition the pope must bo snr-
lxmioA b lho th9
iwiitlfloal court and diplomats accredit-
ed to the vntloan. Just at that mo
ment a large party of American tour-
ists unawuro of tho critical situation.
nscendod tho grand staircase talking
and laughing. Thoy woro approached ha lofty charaoter his great learning
by a gondarmo who said: a"d luB cotrprehenstve charity ho algo
"Please do not make noiso. the popoanornou blt oxaltotl station and made
Is dying.' - bis rolgn ono ot tho most Illustrious
Tho pontiff's hands aro folded ovoras l Uas bGGn ono 0l th0 lonBMt- n
the rosary which ho has used for over
fifty yoara. Tho famous arm chair.
which hli holiness will novor again
nO-.ontor nt-inito nnni- wtillr. nnntra 11c
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valot prayj and weops boforo a huge
ivory crucltlx. Doctor LapponI slta by
the bedside ready for an emergency.
While tbo doctors woro examining
hlm this morning believing him to bo j
unconscious uio ponun suaaeniy nxeu
his eye1? ovca zow bright and by no
means lifeless on thorn saying:
"This tin.o doctor you will not win
in your bravo fight with death."
"It Is your holiness who 1s brave"
replied Dr. LapponI but beforo tbo
remark was uttered tho popo was
again unal.lo to understand what was
Tho wt-rds the pope addrossed to
Cardinal Oreglla and which may prove
to bo his last uttoranco aro much
commented upon and it is wondored
whethor tho Intention of tho popo was
to Indicate Cardinal Oreglla as his sue-j
cossor. Thoy will certainly have con-
oCilntHiln iiAlilif In ft.. fl.talr.n ivi'
tmuiwnu ""d" " '" w" VL
tho carrt'nfcls who tako part in tho
Tho wo..dorful thing about Leo Is
that evory tlmo his mind becamo clear
ho seemed to grasp the fact that it This act which is performed with a
may bo tho last and ho made the high- certain proscribed coromony dovolvos
est uso ot It When during tho alarm- upon tho cardinal camerllngo (chain-
ing crisis about noon ho was lying on berlaln) to whom on tho domlso of
his bed perfectly motlonloss. while tho holy father tho supremo author-
around blr" knelt tho cardinals and ty for the tlma being Is committed
othor members of tho papal cou.'t Attired in full canonicals bjs omln-
praylng anp" not knowing whether th qnce. attended by tho cardinals prol-
popo was already dead tho pontiff ates and laymen of high rank at tho
opened his eyes and said Bolomnl to
Cardinal O -egjla:
"To your emlnenco I confide he
nhllrnhfUt In thnSft (Hfflnillt tlmeS. BO
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iius my mi KreuiuiB.
AMEhICA PAYS TRIBUTE.
President Poosevelt and Archbishop
Ireland Eulogize the Dead.
St. Paul Minn. JUiy zu.-A'cn-
bishop IroJind In eulogy of the pop
.... . . .
"How rlott and varied was the s'.re
of his knon'odge. Rapidly as n fr.
versed h- would travel from li!'rn-
ture to science and art from thiV.og;
lo diplomacy everywhere tho 'i i-
fast master everywhere the cultured
scholar. Ha Hvod and worked iM.-o'y
for God aal for man. He met kings
and poasarts men of high social rank
and of. th lowest-r-all bowod ief.re
his graclou.ness and whispered wvls
of affection! and devotion. Wl'.i ' o
there dies the admirer and lover of
President Cypresses Profound RetfUt
Oyster Eay July 2
ucneu by tho
Roosevelt -was deeply touched
i ii.i in ! iinnii in imi nir in mrrvi i
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fo nK for the Associated Press:
pr si dent expresses his ore-
found regret at tho death of the ven
oraI Pontiff whoso long careor. in
less than his oxaltod character. hi
i ""... ... .... .w.ue Ul .... u.0 jw-
P'o in tne uniteu states wnoiiy mux-
-- . .. ...
out re8Rr1 t0 ther rMou faltlis.
i -i i i iji i.i.
News at Washington.
Washington D. C July 20-
"tment upon learning of tho
aenUi of the pope sent the fo lowing
.cnoiogram 10 uarumni iinmpoua.
"The president desires me to ox-
press his profound sense of the loss
which tho Christian world has sub-
taluod In tho doaUi of his holiness. By
(mo history of tho Catholic ciiurcn.
"(Slgnod. John May.
Flags atvHalf Mast.
New York July 20. The flags on
lli l.t. lioll nml nlhnr IfV hlllllllnira
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wore placed at half mast by ordor of
Mayor Low as soon as lho death of
tho pope was announces.
CEREMOME8 WHICW FOL-
LOW DEATH OF THE POPE.
Interesting Description of the Death of
th-s Venerable Pontiff.
. On tho official noPflcatlon by tho
wpe' medical attendants that his
UolnOB8 ia n a critlcal condition tho
sacramont Is sot forth In all tho
ohurches In Homo. At St. rotor's It
i8 oxpoaod on tho high altar covorod
Wlth a cloth of white lawn which Is
only remoed on the death of tho
Moanwhl'o. summonsos aro sont by
telegraph w tho foreign or absent car-
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uinais ana inose ju jujuio w uuuou
t0 tho Vatican.
I On tho de.ath occurring tho flrat stop
to bo takoi. Is the official verification
that tho Vicar ot Christ Is no moro.
papaj court proceeds to tho chambor
of doath. Knocking at tho door with a
WOnd of suver tho cardinal earner-
1lnnn nnn tha rnnm nail .itimnilni.
t0 o couoh on which lies tho dead
'flguro of the popo touehos the breast
and foreheul and then sinking on his
kness proclaims in a loud voice:
"Doralnus papa rooster raortuus ost."
Th fisherman's ring and tho other
" 1 1 .1. 1 .(.! t .!.
imimi n uiou uuww w u
cardinal euraerllngo. together with a
I document formally atiesung uie ueain
of the pope. As soon as this ceromony
is accompl.hed the body is embalmed
and attired in the pontifical veetmenu
as a preliminary to the public oxposl-
ilUIl Ui U1V BJUaiUB .11 9 invi . 4 liv
body which is committed to the
charge of the papal chamberlains Is
first of all taken to the slstlne chapel
and thence by a covered way to the
great basl'-ica where it lies In state
for three days In the chapel of the
holy jacrai-ent. reposing on a richly
drapud couch Four members of the
noble guard watch over the remains.
day and night withdrawn swords
um T'" V "? T'
ful In dofillng past can Jess tho feet
a . . ; .. . .
oi me aeaa pontiff. While nvnrv
churchn Rom " I --l
B and masses for tho repose of tho tho second day of tho conclavo by. ac-
BOuI of the deparUu tOBOthor wlth thq 'datnatlon. Tho system of voting cal-
Bpeda prajer for tho of tho.od 8CruU
churoh of th0 now pop0( ar0 8ad W proor tmi Tho proccC(Un J ar0
CDn.fnv. rwincr Ma Mm .. ..-..... .u ' .. . . .
rangomont. for tho holding of tho con-'
memuorB ot tjier
llflilv n inii1lnn1
" . . . "llj I f
btah .- nri. an . nnlln
deason. to form with the earilinel
camernnco me tomporary stalo execu-
tlve. On the first meeting of tho car-
dlunls the cardinal camerllngo reads
pRjml touclng Ui elecUon
Qf ft and
of a pope and than In the presence of
all bronks tho fisherman's ring and
. .ran. . . . .
slgnots of the deoeasod pontiff.
On tho tenth or at the latest the
twelfth da after the death of the
p0p0 tho conclave assembles for tho
emotion of tho now pontiff. It lo hold
at tho beautiful slBtlno chapul within
tho walls of tho Vatican. Built by
pop0 SLxtur IV this famous church
nas boen pdornod by tho hands of tho
greatest of Italian painters. On lho
wall8 aro tho works of signorom
n..n..u. . .. . . ....
uihucoiii una i-orugino out ttioso aro
dmmed bf tho sniondor of tho fros
CO03 o M)chao Angolo illustrating
tho cr0atlon an1 tho last Judrtr.t.
PnnnnOrOrl wttli ir ai n ia1 nrVttnVt Id
' " " '' '' '
t9e" n ho flr r vat'u;
are the large gallorics which aro fitted
up for tho reception of tho cardluals
and thajr Rttendanl8 and tho arrung0.
menta are guch that whon thor om.
noncos have en to rod the placo of con-
caVe. tho entire section of tho Vatican
sot apart for the nurooso can bo shut
oft ontlrol from tho ouUldo world
the Sntontion bolng that lho mombors
0f this exalted council shall bo sub-
QCtod to no mundano lnllitoncos. Each
cardinal is allowed tho sorvicoa of a
socrotary and an attendant who while
tho conclavo lasts occupy' rooms ad-
jaCont to tho particular coll allottod
t0 tholr mp?tor. On tho day fixed for
tuo mooting of tho conclavo tho card
inals assomblo to hear special mass
of tho ho spirit and to tako tho oath
0f faithfulness and secrecy. Whon
thls is accomplished all tho mombors
of tho sacrod coneroirfiuonfi po in roI.
of tho sacrod congregations go in sol-
emn procoision two by two and Col- fully and reading the latin motto
lowed by th6 long rotjnue ot attend- (which oucu cardinal ha. to lnsorlho on
ants to tho conclavo. whllo tho lnsplr- It for lho purpoao of ultimato idontl-
ing strain of tho Vcnl Creator Bplr-' flcation maJ.os known how oach mom-
Jtus aro chantod. Once within the bor of tho conclavo has voted. In old
conflnos of tho conclave tho massIvo(days whon much depended upon the
doors aro shut with doublo locks and
from that moment until tho new pon-
tiff Is elected no person Is permitted
to pass In or ouL Tho meals for tha
assombl'i. aro proparod within the
walls of the Vatican and aro dollvorod
through a wicket gato or rathor case-
ment. 1st Into tho great door. It Id
hero also that on the first day ot tho
conclave a committee of cardinal ap
nnlntod hr tho wlwila luirlr irivaa nn.
dlence to the foreign envoys TUU
. . . . . . .. ''?..
nowever utKe. piaoe oeiore tno con -
clave has actually met for the papal
election. The slatlne chapel to eepec
(ally fitted for the holding of this md-' Inees retires to robe himself In the
j mentoui eounoU of the ehurcb. The ! pontllfoal vesUnentsc On hUt return
talU for lie oardlnals ranged on eact.Mthe fisherman's ring is placed on his
j side are surmounted by canopies of linger by the- cardinal oainerllngo and
cloth in the ecclesiastical colors and
at the far end opposite the high altar
are places assigned to the secretaries
On the altar Itself or a table in front
ot It Is a challoe of silver on which
rests the rJx containing tho host.
When mass has been said and all U
prepared tho cpnelaro proceeds to Its
tolomn tusk. The election ot a pope
Is affected by three methods by aoola-
or adoration In which la om
bod01 lh l d.vlno Inspl
.. . .
atlon; by tho compromise or by voto.
Tho late Pope Leo was elected on
two from o.ch order of bl.hons prlasU
lo .. .t.j .. ... i.i... ........
Id IIT1 1III' IWTt III Villi! II H I IIIll Jll nr II
rmm.mtlm . . .
retpiisHo Interval has niO'' pncli
o.rHnni -....i ii. ..
..u .viiieii'- iit.-tii iin-9 i'iu- fin:il
-....... uiimui il ml U' HIIC "Jl .11'"
most anrunt creation leaji hi? -ijf
and .1vni. In M ii.h am
a solemn lush the elertor prays fon a
.i..i w .. . :... .
Iu1I1a ... K !.- ....
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aceordlnir t.. his consdem- drop his
voting nsuer In the ehallee. Wh-n mi
have voted In like mnnnar tho sl;
sorttUnhoM oxamino tho papqrs and
proclnim the remit. If no cnrdlnhl haB J
ohtnlnofl the requlrod numbor of votos
Two-thirds or tho number of card-
inals present plus one tho rfieult Is
declared veld and tho voting papers
collected together aro hurnod In a
hrazior with damp straw tho donso
smoko from which issues through a
particular chimney visible from out-
sldo and proclaims to tho outside
world that no oloctlon has takon place.
Undor those clrcumstancos tho aftor-
noon of the samo day a second voto
takes placo. supplementary to tho first
and called the accosalt vote. In this
tho procedure' embodies the theory
that tho cardinal who has obtained
tho largost number of votOB in the
morning Is tbo most acceptable to tho
conclavo. ConBequontly his namo is
tho only ono considered for tho mo
ment and ench cardinal votos for him
by writing tho word "accodo" on his
scheda or voting papor or slgnlflos
his dissent by tho words "accedo
nomlnl." If this now voto loads to
no rosult the papors aro burned n bo-
fore and the conclavo adjourns until
the following morning when tho selec
tion boglns afrosh and qulto Irrosjpoct
ivo of tho provlous day's proceedings
Whon at length the determining rote
la tnln H .h no...l .
scrutinlzor announces that a cortnln'
candidate r.as been olectod popo thoro
Is a departure from the m-oondnro 1
adonind iiithm-t ti. nini Q..
. ... .... . ..
con opens oach folded voting paper
favor of tho pontiff the knowledgo that
lho newly elected popo would learn
the names of his oppononts wan fro-
juefitJy"an3Merralnlng faotor when the
voting-became closo and Induood wav-
orors to rplly to a candidate who an-
poared to bavo a good prospect of suo-
emma Tlin aIaaIIh. l.i I
. mauuvu uK 0r a mm-
mons Is at onco sent to the prefect of
oeremonios who speedily enters the
' nlmvl hiui.inn tv.Q fl.iA.n..
An UUervil then occurs during which
jUie canopies are removed from the
stalls of all the oardlnals except that
of the newly eleeted pope ami his hoi
tho new Vicar of Christ gives bis first
solemn benediction to the members of
the saored college from the steps of
the altar. Then taking his seat on the
sedla geststorla tho pope receives tho
honors of their omlnencu and com.
munlcates the names which It Is his
pleasure to assume as pontiff. Nest
tho first oardlnal deaeon takes the
oath oi obedience and hastening to the
grand lobby or Balcony of St roter's
looiung on mo. great laxza announces
w mo oxroctant multitude tho oloc
tion of tho popo. using tho form off
words consecrated by Immomorlal
usage: "I bring you tidings of groat
Joy. We have a popo tho most high
and rwvorand lord (hero inoort Chris-
tian and Rurnamo of now popo) who
has tnUon upon hlmsolf tho name ot
(Plus X or Leo XIV).
The pooplo thon flock Into St Pet-
er's to see tho nope and rscolvo bis
blessing and It Is a Btlrrlwt scno
which present Itself In tho noble ca
;'eiirai when tho sovereign p nUff.
!... ... . . .
"HU m ln nenest vc-tmonts
woarlng the triple Uara is borne aloft
ui1t nit 41. M m ..
. ." "'" "cp oi mo ciiurh In
hir trnlti Hirmiirii i. . . . .
" s " now
n worshipers on whom. wl. unlifrod
finger hi. lolln.ss bestow his pontif.
.d '"l Z V - . TW
a?ornUon b' oardlnm. then
The ceremony of tho
place nnd ti. nope having put off Jij
pqnUflcal robee and nssumed his or-
dinary white vestments with tho broal
cardinal hat and scarlet hood b car-
rlod on th- sedla gostntorla attended
by nn escon of tho noble guard to his
naw apartmonts In tho Vatican.
Ciudad Bolivar Stormed
and the Fighting
(By Associated rress.i
Soledad Venezuela July 19 At 5
o'clock tbli morning tho ongag-mnt
between tho ff'.vornmqpt forces and
tho revolutionists occupying Soleiad
Bolivar began in two different dic-
tions. Tin revolutionists oponed the
At C o'c'ook tho smoko ovor Ciudad
" "7 "" lu"K w" l Wfls l03'
.Sbl8 t0 8 tl 0- At 7 O'clock tOO
P8' aft0r a torrlb
?' '" Vhi1' y oH noro 'hna
30 mon- rnPt"rel tho coraetory At 8
00OOK th'' vonozuolan (loot conslst-
Ing of ttvo mon-of-war shollod tho gov.
arnment building al Ciudad Bolivar
At 10 o'clock tho revolutionist's flag
had disappeared from the government
building and at 11 o'clock all Btreota
near the building were captured by
tho government forces and a charge
of all the govornmont soldiers in the
city was O'dorod. The wounded woro
thon boglniilng to arrlvo at tho govorn-
mont headquarters from all dlrootions
and the fight was general but tho
movements could not he followed from
here In consequonco of tho smoko
caused by the Are of tho artillery of
the revolutionism whlclj seomed
I formidable It was answered vlgor-
ously by government guns and only a
few shots reached the fleet.
At t o'clock in the afternoon n.
blockhouso opposite the government
milldlng w captured by storm.
The revo utlonlsts seemed to hr re-
The Associated Press eerroapoii'tont
will follow the advance with General
HHm Th latter is waiting for a sig-
nal from ricneral Gome the Venezu-
elan eomm?nder who eondueted the at-
tack troni Ml'aflaret to enter Ciudad
Bolivar wl'h all bis reserves and 14
The gptitacle in the streets of Ciu-
dad Bolivar when the smoke cleared;
away was heartrending. There werq
over 200 dead revolutionists In the
streets not counting the wounded.
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