The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 112, Ed. 1, Wednesday, November 25, 1903 Page: 1 of 8
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THE ONLY nVENINO ASSOCIATED PRESS PAPEll IN OKLAHOMA TERRITORY.
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA WEDNESDAY lOVEMHER 25 1903
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Great Street Car Strike is Formally
Ended This Morning toy Agree-
merit Bloodshed and Riot Will
(By Associated Press )
Chicago. III. Nov. SB. The street
railway strike formally ended today
when the terms of settlement arrived
at last night were ratified at a meet-
ing of 'he men held today Spirited
addresses by the strike leaders pre-
ceded this art Ion and they were loudly
cheered The agreement In Its en-
tirety was llnally ratified. Intense en
thusiasm prevailed. The men were
or'ered back to work at once
With the strike 'eaders and street
car company officials formally agreed
on terms of settlement of the strike
Interest centered today on the rattfl-
catlon meeting of the men called for
9 o'clock The hall wbb crowded He-
fore the meeting was called to order
the general sentiment win in favor
of ratification. Newspaper men were
excluded from the hall and the delib-
erations were held behlud closed
The following statement signed by
the mayor and tho poace committee
of aldormon 1b in the hands of Presi-
"Tho mayor and tho commltoe guar-
antee to tho organization that If any
man ehall bo unjustly treated la
Eleven Will Clash
With Chilocco In"
The Logan county high school foot
ball toam considered the champion
high school tiam of tho territory will
clone the 1 oot oal1 season hero
tomorrow a rnoon when they moot
tho foot b. team representing the
Chilocco Indian school on the grid-
iron at Island park. Tho gomo will
he called promptly at 3:30 o'clock
and promises to bo one of tho beat
gamea playod in Oklahoma this soa-
son. Tho local toam has mado a wonder-
ful record for victories over other
teams this season. Thoy defeated
the Perry high school foot ball team
at Perry by a score of 1C to Oj tho
Oklahoma City high school teamhoro
by a score of 12 to 0 tho Still wator
hluh sohool team 34 (o 0. and played
a tie gamo with the Oklahoma Stato
Military lnstltnto caiiois mo buiub
resulting in no score being made by
either aide. There are many who be-
lieve that bad the local gridiron been
In a fit condition that day tho high
school toam would have had no difficul-
ty In easily piling. up a large score.
The local team have exceeded the vis-
nine teams both In team work and In a
knowledge of tho game and have suc
ceeded no far in keeping their goal
line from belnc crossed.
Prof Jack Alley who has coached
the team this season will play with
the local team tomorrow. Alley has
n reputation as a ground gainer ntid
flerco line smasher and will doubtless
be a prominent figure In the gamo
tomorrow. The team engaged In their
last practice this afternoon and every
member ia .reported tp be in the pins
Tho Chilocco Indian team is con-
sidered pno of the fastest teams In
Oklahoma. Although tholr season's
record nas not been as brilliant as
that of tho local team nevertheless
they have given their opponents a
hard tussle for every victory and de-
feat in whlcli they have been engaged.
The University of Oklahoma defeated
thv Chilocco team by a score of 35 to 5.
reference to being taken hack uy the
I .onv that ttiav utill 'otnnri Iiv thn
VjWIu !' J mv v.aw " .. w v
organization and see that Justice Is
done him by the company In his re
Tho basis ou which the settlement
was reached Is u complete victory for
the company aa far as the original
demands of the men are concerned.
The only important concession made
by the company was an agreement to
reinstate all the strikers Including
the members of outside unions who
went out In sympathy with the train
men with the exception of thoBe who
resorted to violonce during the
The arbitration of the wage scale
is to he according to the wages paid
outside of Chicago and not on tho
basis of the local street railways.
These are the two poinU that have
been the stumbling block to a peace-
able adjustment of the strike for the
past week. Tho company has Insisted
that It pays higher wages than simi-
lar corporation in tho country. Tho
men were foarful that tho arbitration
of tho scale paid in othor cltlos would
decrease tholr wages and thoy fought
stubbornly for tholr point.
Thoy have also playod the famous
Falrmount colloge toam at Wichita
and last Saturday defeated tho crack
toam of Arkansas City by a score oi
12 to 0 The game tomorrow prom
ises to be a battle royal as the mem
bers of tho Chilocco toam are report
ed as being fleet and vel trained.
The line up of the local team wui
be as followB:
Left end MnPeek.
Left TaoklO Dawson.
Left guard Boyd.
lllght guard Thomas
night tackle Alley
night end. Whltenack.
nigh half back Acton.
L.ft half baok. nay.
i-'ull buck nexroad.
Substitutes H. noxroad Poos.
Will Not Dally
(By Associated Preiss.)
Salt Lake Utah Nov. 26.Shortly
boforo midnight tho national guard
left on a spocial train of sevon cars
for Carbon county. Thoy arc prepar
ed for an indefinite Htay. Tholr equip
ment Includes two galling guns.
In an Intorvlow Governor Wells
ueVerely criticises the presence of
outsiders among tho miners.
'We wore foremost to legalize the
eight hour day in Utah" said tho gov-
ernor "and Instead of bolrig assisted
and respected for It these agitators
are seeking to punish us for It. It
won't do. As long as I am governor
I ehall resist the tyrannloal and un-
lawful Interference of Individuals or
unions with tho peaceable pursuits
of the cltuens of this state."
Washington D. C Nov. 26. Sena-
tor Thos. a Plptt and Governor BopJ.
B. Odell of New York have readied
an absolute and ontlro agreement po-
litically. Both will work in perfeot
harmony with each other and with
This In brief. It was announced. Is
tho net result of a conferenco hold at
the White House last night. The
parties to the conference were tho
prosldcnt; Senator Piatt Governor
Odell and Chairman George "W. Dunn
of the Republican fetate committee ot
Given Until Next
Monday to Plead to
Mrs. Ka'e Wyatt who was ium!
Indicted by the grand Jury three trne
bill havln been returned against hr
was arraigned in court this morning.
Mrs. Wyatt was Indicted on the charge
of aiding and harboring criminals
furnishing aid to prisoners to escape
and also on tho charge Of murder
When arralgne l this morning she was
given until Monday. Nov. 30 to plead.
Wesley McQIll city s'.ock marital
and dog catcher was brought Into
court and his trial ou the charge of
kidnapping on two Indictments was
jet for November 30.
The trial of Silas Marsh charged
with petit larceny took place this
morning. The Jury returned a veellct
of guilty and he was sentenced to a
term of thirty days in the county Jail
and ordered to pay a line of $100
Chna. Knox of Perry who was In-
dicted by the grand Jury last spring
In' connection with the alleged legis-
lative boodllng. was also present at
the session of court today. A motion
to quash and abate the indictment
was sustained by th" court and the
cause ordered submitted to tha'gran 1
The proceedings agalns; York
Byero were dismissed on motion of
the county attorney.
The trial of .las. Wade charged W'N'
highway robbery Is on trial this nf-
tornoon. There will be no session of court to-
morrow the day being a legal holiday.
Victor Murdock '
Scores a Victory
(By Asuoclated Press.) J
Washington D. C Nov. 26i--Justioe
John C. Pollock of tho supreme court
of Kansas was today selected as suc-
cessor to United States District Judge
Hook who recontly waB appointed
United State circuit Judge for Kan-
sas. The selection of Judge Hook's suc-
cessor narrowed down to Chief Jus-
tice Johnston of the supreme court of
Kansas and Pollock the latter llnal-
ly being successful. The appointment
Is understood to give satisfaction to
the congressional delegation from
Forest Fires Raging
in Portions of the
(By Associated Presa.l
Memphis Tenn. Nov. 3. The en
tire cotton belt region of Weet Mis
sisslppl and Arkaiiaaa is enveloped In
a dense smoke as the result of seri
ous forest flree that have been raging
for three days. Large areas of Um-
ber are burning and the Area have
spread rapidly. Advices from Little
Book. Ark. state that fire are burn-
ing In all directions. Between Mem-
phis nnd Little Rock on the Choctaw
railroad the woods ar on fire on both
sides of the railway line while the
Umbered seoUon north Of Little Rock
on the Iron Mountain road la burn-
ing. The fires extend as far north a
Walnut ridge and tha Umbered lands
souUiwest of Swlfton are In llaraes.
At Greenville Mis. and other points
In the Yaoo delta great elaudB of
smoke setlously Interfere with river
Leave your order for Thanksgiving
eakee with Mrs. Cooper H Boat Har
rison avenue She makes the best
cakes in town.
wiMTRn-a mdtritn ntrod woman for
! J ? VV-.jfe&t t. a kd
gepuriu iiuuminuiBi 6" ""a'
Call at P.. Newman.
Career Confessed by
Chicago Car Barn
Chicago ''.'... Nov 25 The mystery
stii rounding the holdup of the cash-
ier's ofTlce of tho Chicago City Rail-
way company last August during
which two employes of tho office
were shot and killed and without
warning was cleared up by tho con-
fession of Oustave Marks who was
arrested last Saturday night for the
murder of Detective John Qulnn.
whom Mark shot down while trying
to escape arrest.
Harvey VanDlne and Peter NcM-
ormler are named by Marks a his ac-
complices In the oar barn murders.
Aennrillnir in Marks' storv the three
men went to the office of the railwaV
company for the purpose ot robbery.
Marks says that whou he ordered the
men to throw up their hands they
obeyed but Neldenuler burst in the
window ot the office with a sledge
hammer and commenced shooting.
VanDlne then broke down the 'Imr
Marks tays. and wont In the offlei and
took all tho money ho coul.l fin.!
In all $2250 were secured and
Marks saya the money was equally
divided nmonj tho three men. The
nest day Marks and his two compan-.
ions went to Denver where they ro-
mnlned but a short time. From Den
ver they went to Cripple Creek and in
a woelt they came back to Chicago
since whon nccordlng to Marias' con-
fMfltnn tliBV havo been Implicated In
J a number of holdups and shooting af
Marks confessed last night that In
addition to tho two murders at tho oar
barna he had been oonnectod with four
othor murders slnco that time. All of
these crimes were similar In char-
acter to the killings In the barn be-
ing the robbing nnd shooting of men
on the streets and in ualoons.
Report of Sinking of
Big Steamer in
IjVestem Union Bulletin.)
New .York Nov. 31- It Is reported
that the White Star Una sleamer
Cedrlc. the biggest veasel In the world
has aunk In mld-ooeun with all on
By Associated Press.
Liverpool Nov. 26. A rumor was
olrcula.ted $uaday to Uie effect that
the White Star steamship Cwlrlc had
bean sunk In mldooedn In a collision
with the Lamport Halt steamship
Titian. Ai careful InreeUgallon
showed that the report eotild not be
traead to any responsible Mitrce lit-
tle heed was paid to It. The Titian
arrived at Manchester today and liar
owners ridicule the story of the ru
A Scientific Discovery.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure doea for the
stomach that which It is unable to do
for Itself even when but slightly dis-
ordered or over loaded. Kodol Dys
pepsia Cure supplies the natural
iuleoft of digestion ami does the work
of the stomaoh relaxing the aenrous
tension while the Inflamed muscle
of Uiat organ are allowed to rent and
heal. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests
whaf you eat and enables the stomach
and djjrastlve organs Ui transform all
lQou.mu ncn rootuioou. $ w .
r i' ! ' "
finest! homesjnadii candles Jn city
at Pfersol'sV . .
A Uhnaway Vflfe" at the Brooka
Thursday "nlghL" Seata are now on
sal0tfPrlcee(15c' 25c and 35c.
Claimed That Plot Existed to Blow
Up Several nines in the Dis-
By Associated Ptosb.
Denver Colo. Nov 2.r - Startling
discoveries have resultc.l from the In-
vestigation into the blowing up of
the Vindicator mine in 'he Cripple
Creek district according to Adjutant
General nell He says those who
caused tho explosion whlcli killed
Supi. McCormich and Melvln Beck
also plotted to blow up the Gold Coin
Flndley Golden Cycle titration's In-
dependence and several o her prop-
erties Hell learned that the revol-1
ver f uml at the scene of .he explo
sion was one of a number sold Oct. 2
A partial description ot the man who
bought the revolver was secured. Hell'
is .mre that the Jnnn Is oie of tho
sixteen now being guarded inside the
military lines at Camp Qoldlleld. He i
Is certnln that nil of those concerned
' '(By Associated Picas.)
San Francisco Cal Nov. 26. In-
tdrofit In the Fltaslmraoni-Gnrdner
fight which occurs tonight Is at fever
bout today. Tho pool rooms are
thrtniged nnd betting Is quite brisk.
though no very large wngers have
been recorded. Tho odds ore still
In favor of Fllssslmmons the- rate
ranging from 10 to 8 to 10 to 0.
IN DISTRICT COURT.
Large Grist of Cases Disposed of by
I - ""
District court convened promptly at
9 o'olook. Associate Justice Irwin pre
siding. The following cases were dis
posed of yesterday:
Territory v. J. W. Boner; time to
plead extended until Friday.
Territory vb. Sherman Mitchell
defendant present: plea of not guilty.
Territory vs. Weelev McOlll; de-
fendant preaent; demurrer to Indict-
ment overruled; plea of not guilty.
Territory vs. Wesley McGill; same
United State vs. Tom Phillips; dis-
missed on motion of Unltod States at-
torney. Territory vs. Beaslo Poasloy; con-
tf....l r -. ... ntmllnnllnn nf
UlllltMl IUI iviiu un utJimuuiiwii
Territory va. H. Davis; lndlotment
set aside on motion -of county attor
ney and ordered that cause be will
mttted to the erand lurv.
Territory vs. G. V. Hlckam: dls-
ml4etl on motion ot oounty attorney
Territory vs. Lewis Turner; d-
fendant's application for continuance
sustained cause couTlnued until Dec.
Territory : Adolphus Tauatleroy
oontlHtied until December 7 by agree
meat of lmrtlee.
Prank M Cuumilna i U. Eu-
monusoo et al; leav given plaintiff
to file general denial to iuterp'.ea;
trial by court
The petit jurors are
John Q Crump. M H Mathews K
It. Birch. Geo Bart lett. r W. Kerr.
W. T. Walker August Murciuard.
A. Faublon. D. D. Datln. J. P. Will
lams A 8. Walklna. Geo TUompsou.
W. W. Glffen A. A. Humphrey Thoj
H. Butler. It J Gray. P. C. Jones. T
J. Thompson. H. C. Collins. Dick Will
lams. II L Smallwood. E. M. Maiden.
W. M. Herrwi Lwl Wire E B
Bllkiti. Geo. Thomjieou O. T. Davis.
Wm. Wood. Ben Brummage II. L
Thomas 0. W. Pulse. Uaao Cockrell.
John B. Blvert. John K. WHUuns. IC
Keller. Jo Davis. I. M. Rosenburg. O.
Johnson J. L. V. Mann W. M. Till-
roan u jonnwn
in the Vinilcator alTali with am i
oepilon are in eu:.tod
if If generally believed thai t'lm
McKtnney the alleged tialnwrecK i
who was spirited out of the district
for safe keeping in tho person fioni
whom the authorities have securnl
much Incriminating evidence
Arming State Militia.
Washington D. C Nov. 2r Th
war department has honored the n riui
stllon of the governot of Colorado 1r
one thousand Krag Joinenseu nln
and clotlilng supplier ami other - 1 1 1 1 f
nient for one thousand men The hup
plion an being reguhuly Issue! un 1. i
tho Iimvlnlnlm nf ll.. IllrU hill fm t hi
afmlng and euulptng of organized
lilIIUlu of stales and territories Thu
action has no direct rotation to fu
visit of Major General Bates to Colo
rn'do to investigate the labor troubles
(By Associated Preus.)
San Domingo Tuesday Nov 24 -
Articles oi capitulation ot uan uomin
go wero signod today by President
Wos Y Gil itud tho ministers of tho
United flutes Belgium Hnytl an-1
Spain. The conditions provide full
gttarantues for tho protection of tho
Inlinliltnnla nml nil nrnnnrtv Thn
revolutionists will outer tho city this
afltpiocm nnd the provisional gov
etfnrnent will remove from Santiago
J3 Ios " Caballeros to the capital
ltkla flv difys-.
O LOCAL POINT8. O
Tho Guthrie Athle le foot !-" '"'I
will t lash with the local . (even a'
ftuld tomorrow and a game of ini n
Interest Is expected
The Solvation army hand gaio a
noon-day sacred concert and hld ser
vices at the corner of Harrison avu
There will bo special Thanksgiving
services at Trinity Episcopal church
tomorrow conducted by the rector
1. TV m A II MtAftftlntt Til A fT'l!-!
mr JWT . .. 4V..l. ...v -...
lorlal offleinls. Cavalry band and r
A. have ben Invited to attend
The auditor today registered bund?
Nos 1 and 2 district No. 41 fad do
count v. In the sum of SM0.
Ooveraor an.l Mth Ferguson a com
pa.iled by their Hon Tlwid will 1 avi'
tomorrow morning for Watonga td. ir
former home where they will "lJt n i
rhankhgtvlng In the uvenliiK c;ivi r
nor rerauson will be the prim ipo"
speakei at a banquet io be gUen
r.i F Watonga From Wa'nta
thry will go to Carmen Woods i
ty wUefe the guxinot will u H
the Teatbers' BMsociation Kridas of
lertiiKiii They will return Ha' n li
When you want a. Iiiu k call H t
at K ( barn Uo'.i ihnet
I'nliKe th tirdinsry farce eon iv
V)od uad Ward carry a great - fat f
pretty and apptoprlati. Bceu"- flr 1
nol ntsafcanlcal effw-.ts for iirr
"Two Merry Tramps" product n
whlcli wlU fe """ u'( fxn
Call your cab Oet "Harry
Hack." K C bam Unth phones 84
A Socialist mooting will bo held
at the probate court rtiora SunJay
Nov. 20 all are lnf Ited.
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