The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 45, Ed. 1, Saturday, September 17, 1904 Page: 1 of 8
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The Guthrie Daily Leader.
THE ONLY EVENING ASSOCIATED PRE8B PAPER IN OKLAHOMA TFnillTOnV.
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GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA SATURDAY SEPTEMBER. 17 1904
ISUCH IS THE BFLXEF EN-
TERTAINED BY NAVAL
OTHER CRUISERS ROAMING
May Seek Haven in Ameri
Keeping at Sea and Will
Probably Not Alake Port
Until Coal Supply is
.(By Associated Eross)
San Francisco Cal. Sept. 17. Frem
n reliable source it ts believed that the J
Xna was not alone in her wanderings
In the Eastern Pacific and It Is stated
that at least two of Urn czar's cruiser
are roarulnsf the sea.v ana apt at any
time to seek hacn in American ports.
It is believed ir naval cltolea that
their machinery still being In good
condition they are keeping the seas
as long as possible and will ptobably
not make t-ort until their coal rins
out. The Marblehead and New York
will remain hero indefinitely nnd bo
on the lookout.
Deadly Whiz Car
Plunges Down Thirty Foot
Embankment and Occu-
pants Thrown Out.
(By Associatea rrese.1
Ballwin Mo. Sept. 17. In an auto-
mobile accident today one was killed
snd throe others seriously Injured.
Tie 'lend John Kallen New York.
JnJ trod: Edgar Vnrkhurst of Ballwin.
seriously; Miss Lou Marquttz St.
Louls seriously Miss Nellie Mar-
quit? slightly. Tho automobile was
moving rapidly when on turning u
'sharp curve Kullen acting as chauff-
eur tried to avoid an approaching
Wagon when the automobllo plungel
down a :hlr'y foci onjbankm3iii.
CROWDS TO THE FAIR.
Tralrs to S. Louis Loaded Down With
Special to Daily Loader.
South McAleater I. T. Sep'. J7
Pf6vl ft ore 1txas and Indian terrl-
&HtOy to 'lis St LouU oxposltion is In-
arln rapidly. The Missouri. Kan-
j &a mmH Tavae nnd nthar roads fra-
". qmmtly lavo two soctlons oi a pasen-
Is'fcor train loaded down with passeu-
Q gBjw nrouja to th Vorld's fair. It Is
f ' OScpilcJed there wlU he over 50.000 peo -
" nI at the fsir from Indian territory
?' on InJIau Territory Day. Oct. 1. Tho
yratlroml8 have been asked to mnko a
flpfiolal low rate for this occasion.
PRICE LIST OF TITLES
(By dissociated Press.)
3erln Sept. 17. There has beon an
oacposure hero ot n regular dealer In
ordor? and titles who it is said claims'
(0 hp able to procure honors in several
Of thTSuropoan states for persons who
tr willing to devote the necewary
TOPJioy tr. "charltablo purposes."
Tho trafficker In ;hose honors is said
to issue a regular price list which
"quotes tho degree ot nobility In cer-
tain r.oramn sta'os at $30000 nud tha
tyironqtcv at $50000; me Spanish no-
"UHIty at $4000; Turklsn orders from
$2000 downward and Persian orders
at low pricos.
Dally Leader 10 cents a week deliv-
ered every day except Sunday. Car
riers collect weekly.
2 i f
Says the Whole Southwest
Country is Afire With Dem-
Judge Thomas J. Lowe treasurer ot
tho Democratic territorial campaign
commtt'.e arrived home this morning
from a week's tour of the southwest
"Things up here aro slow in a poli-
tical way." said tho Judgtf but tho
southwest is afire with enthusiasm
for Democratic success. Every town
I vbltod the people regardless ot
party wore talking Mathews. When
McGulre reached Oranlto and drovo
up town with his lieutenant Deputy
Molllter he received a frost."
At Manguin in three hours Judge
Lowe received $1300 In castt subecrip-
J thins to the Mnthowa campaign fund.
At Granite he wns handed $122.59 In
In most places contributions
were forthcoming as soon as- the fact
became- known that the territorial i
campaign treasurer was in town.
"One of the best workers In tho
south wo4t Is Tom Lawrence ot Man-
gum" said Judge- Lowe. "Ho was
wl'h me several days. Ono thing
noticeable In the pouthwept" contin-
ued ludjre Lowe "Is the feeling among
thq Republicans. They are all
Mnthowa supporters. They say they
want a shrewd capable honest man
In congress and they Know tkat
Mathews is all that. I talked with BO
Republicans and all we're warm in
their advocacy ot Mathews. At Law-
ton the Democratic harmony Is grati-
fying: the samo Is true at Hohart and
Anadarko. I am conservative In my
palmate when I say that Mathews
win go to '.he Hock Island road with
8600 majority "
Trior to his southwestern trip. Judge
Lowe was purJed as to the final out-
cotio Now he Is enthusiastic and
Jubilant. The Jitlgu has always been
considered "me of tho mo3t conserva-
tive Democrats in the territory. He
posoflsor discernment nna-keen Judg
ment and makes no wild statements
His enthusiasm at this time is certain-
ly pleasing. The Judge wants no of-
fice nnd usks no favors at the hands of
ihe Democratic party. Having no ax
to grind he can express opinions and
interpret what is told him without
color or glamor. Jttdgo Lowo say.s
without equivocation that Mathews
will be elected by ao.'OOO majority. His
statement can be relied on.
Back to Esopus
PARKER RETURNS HOME
Gratified at Many Evidences
of Harmony Existing on
(By Associated Press.)
EsonUS. N Y.. SPt. 17. Alton B
Parker has rsachod homo at 9:15 p. m.
During Mr. Parkor's visit In New
York Dr Jacob Chambers of Kingston
who was the Parker family physician
died. Mr. Parker will he one of the
pall bwiers at tbo funeral.
State Sena'or Vitlor J Dowllng
who oonferrl with Mr. Parker dur-
lus the day(Vand later with Charles r.
"Mr. Parker has hsked me lo say
that he feels extremely Jubilant and Is
hoped ul ot the outlook at tho
present. Ho re'umn home well pleas-
ed witli the conditions ho found exist-
ing horn nad lu particular he Is
gratified at the many evidences ot
harmony thnt exist on every hand. 1
can safely nay that he feels hopeful in
PRINCE IS SINKING.
I By Associated PiesaI
Berlin Sept 17. Prince Herbert
Bismarck is steadily sinking.
Peputy-United Stales Marshal J. M.
Jacohson rcturnel this morning from
attending district court at Hobart.
Astute Ml Gorman
- (By Associated Freea.)
New York. Si-Tt i?. fccveral Imnor-
tant questions were settled by the visit
of Alton P. Parktr to New Yor .uid
his confercuce with Democratic lead-
erl It wn3 do'crmlntd that Senatir
Gorman should have an active place In
the campaign but that Chairman Tag-
gart was not to be superseded. Tho
conference of Tammany loaders with
Judge Parker remilttu In tho settle-
ment of differences In Greater New
Closing of Pullman
(By Associated Pnss.)
Chicago lll.Sept. 1T. The Immonno
Pullman car works at Pullman are
shut down and practically 7.000 em-
ployes are Idle. Tbo workmen wero
told to take their tools with theip
when thoy lpft the works and from
I this hey Infer that a coiiblderablo
i period ot ltlleners confronts thorn. The
I closing nf tho bis works at tho model
clU camp when the 1500 workers In
the repair dorartrr.ont wore laid off.
That had been the only branch of tho
plant In operation for somo Mmo snd
Its closing left not more than 100 men
at work. Just enough to put tho finish-
ing touchos on what little work re-
mained on hand and to keep the many
Still on Strike
SHEEP BUTCHERS ARE
Profess They are Being Dis
criminated Against by
(By Associated Press.)
Chicago III- 8mr. 17.-rBocauso of
tho alleged discrimination against
sheep butchers employed at tho Union
stock yards the sheep butcher work-
men ha'.e decided to remain on a
strike. All of the packing con panlea
excepting Anuovr & Co. aro allege 1
lo be discriminating.
According to the packers It.RGO non
union men aro still being housed ir. the
stock vards but all will have left at
tho end of this week.
o ' o
O SECRETARY'S Orl-ICE. O
A vharor was granted to tie Kan-
sas Okmulpeo and Gulf Railroad com-
iwny todny. It has a capital stock of
$2500000. The road is to bn built
frc-m KnnaaB City to a point on Uie
Red river in the Choctaw nation near
tho OOt'j norldlon. In Missouri it
paeoen ihrcugh Jackson county; In
Knnnas thro-'gh Wyandotte Johnson
Douglas Franklin Osage Coffey
Woodson Wilson and Montgomery:
through Creek Cherokee and Choctaw
nations In Indian territory nnd
through Lincoln Pottawatomie and
Oklahoma counties in Oklahoma The
Incorporators are: Fred H. Smith W.
W Wl'ton. George McLogan Mark L.
Bezarth W M. Jaoloson and W B.
Wood all of O'.mulgeo and J. M.
Owen W. It. Taylor and M. L. Uladt-
welder all ot Oklahoma City. A
branch line Is to be built Irom Okmul-
geo to this portion of Oklahoma. Tlia
longth ot the linos. Including main and
branch lines. Is SCO miles.
A charter was granted to tho Uni-
ted Brethren Church In Christ to be
ftiweted at Prairie View Class.
A ahaiter was also granted to tho
Fairfax Telophono company with a
capital stock of $100000- Tho pur-
pose ot this company is to maintain
nnd operate telouhone Hno3 in tho
Oenge country ndjacent to Fairfax.
The incorporators are: R. C nnd
Nancy Nash of Fairfax nnd John A.
and Minnie C. Eby of Hplt Mo.
A notarial commission was issued
to W D. McKnltht of Blackwell
T Witt Ttn UA
ttiii iaivc a uauu
(York in so fat "us they telato to na
tlonal and state fistic.
Tho governorship and other state of-
fices were discussed but it was said
that nothing1 tip finite as to tho selec-
tion of candldAes would la de ermln-
ed until iet WoK at Saratoga
Another majfcr left open Is whether
or not Pnrkcrlwlll make a series of
speeches durirft tho campaign. Othor
conferences wftV probably bo held
neit week before Parkor's lo'ter of ac-
ceptance s made public.
Creates- Idle Army
buildings in condition
About fivo-slxths ot tho Pullman em
ployes aro membero of tinlontt. The
plant had been operated on tie open
shop basis however ever since tho
18l'4 strike when tho union cause wns
defeated Union scaw wages have
been paid by the company and thoro
has been complete satisfaction on thin
bcoco. Complaints were mado by tlw
company It Is said that high wages
brought about the closing of tli? works.
In as much as these wages wore clnlm-
od to bo In excess of the country. Tho
shut down o he wnrr.s has been
gradual during the last three weeks
two or threo departments being closed
at a time.
Entire Town Turns Out to
Meetings and Feeling
- "Is1 Deep.
Hobart Okla. rtopt 17. Tho OlUer
brothers evangelists of Chicago aro
holding a series of meetings in Ho-
bart and from 1.S00 lo 2.G00 people at-
tend thd services daily. Yostorday
was a special day of fasting nnd all
the stores and shops the United Statoa
dibtnot tho post.ifflce dopots and all
public and prlva'e enterprises even to
tolograph and tolepbone offices were
closet! for -evoral hours In ordor to
enable all the clerks to attend the ser-
vicer. Abo it 100 lieoplo hnvo beer
convotted each day slnco tho mootlngs
commenced Special trains will bo
run Into Hobart tomorrow to artum-
modato pooplo from romoto parts of
the county and south wost Oklahoma.
Sheriff Cnrponter Is In Enid today.
R. II. Gregg lnft today for Los An
Mr. J C Ftstof is akl to bo In a
very serious oon'Itlon.
Mlws Alfrette Jennings has return
ed from a tr(j to St. Louis.
Under SherlfT Mahoney hris returned
from a two weeks trip to St. Louis.
Mr Sydney Hope left today for
Missouri City Texas for a two weeks
vlHlt with her mother.
M. Stern has. returned to Guthrie
from California and will re-enpage in
btulners on Socntid attest It is sim-
ply Impossible to keep good men away
Frank Pronty tho machine-owned
candidate for representative from tho
Lincoln-Logan county district is horo
today making the necessary arrange-
ments for thp pavment of his cam-
paign assessment. Prouty will prob-
ably dollver a number of addresses in
Beaver county during the coming cam-
paign. Juriae Perkins 8ued.
Miss Pearl Henderson today fllodl
libel suit pioceellnjs In the district
coitrt against Judge G. N. Perkins ask.
lng for damages In the sum ot $20000l
With That of England
and United States.
(By Associated Press.)
Petersburg Sept. 17. Russia's
to tho representatives of the
United Status and Great Britain re-
garding contraband of war was com-
municated to their respectlvo embas-
sies yesterday aftornoon. It Is under-
stood that Russia recognizes tho prln-
clplo thnt provisions are not contra
band when consigned tc private par-
tlou but only contraband whon in-
tended as military rrnnvnl stores.
Russia. In Coimt LnmsdorJT's re
sponse to Ambassador Hnrdlttgc In
prlncplc meets tho vows of tho Amer
ican and tho British sovcrnirjcn'8 re
garding foodstuffs nnd coat and other
fuel ns being conditional contraband
of war distinctly plnclng them In tho
category of articles su&ceptlble of iisoji
both In war ami peace nnd as such
only confiscable when constgncd to
blockaded poita or do&'Ined for m'lt-
tary or naval forces ot tho enemy.
FRAUD ORDER OUT.
Postal Authorities Declare the Mercan-
tile Company la a Lottery.
(By Associated I'rfwaJ
Washington D. C Sept 17. Tho
postofflto dopartr'ont has barred from
the malla the Metropolitan Moicantllo
company of San Fiancisco which op-
erated n scheme to give an Investor
$200 wortli. of merthandlso on condi-
tion that ho paid $1 a week for 100
cousecu'lve weeks tho contracts ma-
turing ir. numerical ordor.
Reviewing tho caro tho nttomcy. for
the postcfllce dopnrtmont saliT
"As It will require mucn moro than
the monoy of ono Investor to make the
specified pavmon's to each previous In-
vestor 1-. will require an aqcisslon of
neivcomcrs constantly increasing at
high progressiva rates In order to
mnko such payments and it is obvious
thnt thin en a not bo done Indefinitely
the more suucetsful the Mistress has
been up to that tlmo tno moro wide-
spread the less Tho business Is
therefore a lottery and a fraud.'
PREPARING TO ENTER-
TAIN GRAND LODGE
Meeting in October Will be
' Most Successful Ever
Held in Oklahoma.
Grand Chancellor J. D .Lydlok of
Lexington Is wm'Ing Invitations to
to attend the Four-
3 rand Lodge ot the
Knlgl'U of Pythias ot Oklahoma
which will be held In Ou'hrie October
This will lie by far the beet attend-
ed grand lodgo ever held in Oklahoma.
The arar is stronger and its member-
ship more enthusiastic titan ever. The
loal lodge is makmfc evtensitc prep-
aration for Hie enlertairmcnt of the
2(v guests oxiotd. Fundi have bet-n
raised to decorate CtuUIe hall in an
ela'HH-ate style and to give the grand
lodge members n big banquet. The
grand lodge officer are doing all In
their power to make the convention
the beat one ever held In this domain.
LARGE ATTENDANCE EXPECTED.
Prof. Calvert Thinks High Sohtol En-
rollment Will Be 400.
The county high nohocl will open
Monday and ir. Prof Calvert's eetl-
niHtlon. there will be at least nn'at-
tendance of 210 boglnners lat ypr
on the first day there were not quite
as many I la expected that before
thatdrm Is finlKhed tntre will he an
enrollment of 40. whioh ts an Increas-
ed attenJance in comparison with last
OF HOSTILE ARMIES
FIGHT IS IMPENDING
Japanese Almost Half Way
Indications Point to Another
Great Battle in the
(By Associate 1 Press. i
Mukden Supt. 17. The Japanese
are reported to ho advancing on both
flanks from the oas' southeast and
sauthwcBt. Tho outposts aro engaged
and twenty mllcrf fcouth and eastward
thoro is constant slclrmlMilng. Indica-
tions point to another great battle in
tho vicinity of Mukden.
General Kurokl't Headquarters In
the Field Sept. 14. Tho Japanese-
front Is now nlmost half way to Muk-
den and confronting Kuropatkln's out-
post lino. Kuropa'kln It Is believed
Is removing his hoadqunrtcrs to Har-
bin. Both nrmlos are satisfied to sus-
pend operations for tho time being
apparently exhausted nfter tho battlo
of Llao Yang.
London Sept. 17. The Toklo cor-
respondent of tho Press says that Field
Marshal Oyama has received tho mo-ct
rigid Instructions to resume tho of-
foslvo ns soon as "his troops have ro-
cuporatod and the rends will permit
and to attack General Kuropatkln be-
fore the winter bo slim Should tho
Russians retire from Mukden to avoid
a battle Marsha) Oyama will pursue
thorn with his three armies.
To Make New Spring at Port Arthur.
St. Petersburg. Sept. 17. At'ention
is now turning toward Port Arthur
where as General Stoessol's latest re-
port indicates the Jaranoso arc gath-
ering strong h for another spring at
FOR INDIAN TERRITORY.
Special to Dally Loader.
Ardmore I. T. Sopt. 17. On Indian
Torrltory:Dn nt the World's fair Gov
ornor Pleasant Porter of tbo Creek no-
tion am' Hon. C. H. Stuart of South
MuAleetrr I. T. It Is announced will
J. O. Wright of the Santa Fo wa
horo today oumplo'lng arrangements
for (he excuislun nn tnnt road Sopt
38. Many (owns will sent large dele
Special to Dolly Leader.
liilta I. T. ?ept 17. The Chero-
kee freedmr-n are eelllug tliclr lands
ns fast as they can file on It. Land
buyers are gathering them to the land
office and having trim file or land as
they dehiro and thn purchase it. Tho
average prlro of wj(l land is $10 per
acre and th-r is none over $15 pir
acre :n the Cherokee nation
In the District Court.
The Coleman vs Belknap i.im wait
filed ttMlay in ttui district eour. The
suit Is to quiet tltl to lot 7 and 8 In
block 44 Capltiil Hill
Probate Judge Goodrich issued ai
order appointing an administrator for
th es ale of Lewis Davidson S. J
Paver will be appointed
In thr case of Jamison vs. Taylor.
Judgment was render d In favor of th
plaintiff for VH 4ft. In this case thr
defendant had bougltf some. t'Ult of
the pmlntlf and AfUivAtJtkiffl hered
refused to take It.
A marriage llwiw was granted lo
Abraham ICade. agu 27 of Shawnee
and Etlif 1 Moore age 2 J of MalhalJ.
V O. Houxhtrn u In Seward 'look-
in? after the building ot his new gin.
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