The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 51, Ed. 1, Saturday, September 24, 1904 Page: 1 of 8
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The Guthrie 13aIly Leader.
THE ONLY EVENING ASSOCIATED PRESS PAPER IN OKLAHOMA TERRITORY.
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA. SATURDAY SEPTEMBER. J& 1904
Cotton Men Plan
WILL HOLD FOR BETTER
NEWS OF BESItt'liJJ
FORT'S DOWNFALL Z
ALL QUIET AT MUKDEN
Chinese Report Tliat Rus-
sians are Leaving
Alleged That Supply Ships
Have Landed Animation
Food and Medicines
at Port Arthur.
Want Banks to Advance
Money on Weight Cer-
tificate as Collateral.
Raced Across Continent
(By Associated PrassJ
General Oku's Headquarters In the
Field via Fusan Sept. 2. There are
persMtent rumors among the ChlcM
that .ho Russlaua are evacuating Muk-
den and ar.? preparing to raako a des-
perate stand at Tie pass. Everything
now awaits the result of the attack on
Port Ar hur.
Mangum Okla Sept. 24 The farm
ers of Greer county are considering
the adoption1 of a plan whereby they
hopo to bo able to hold their cotton
until the market becomep better Tho
proposition Ib tu hao tho staolo gin-
f ned weighed and storod nt homo the
certificates a weigh' to bo i.sed as
collateral for money they hope to bor-
row Rt.a ihG Lanks. At n recent
meeting of the farmers a committee
was appointee o Investigate the mat-
tor and ascertain If the banks would
bo wlilliig to let them have money up-
on tho Hurety of tholr cotton. It tho
scheme proves satisfactory lo the
menoy lenders the cotton growers can
well afford to hold their lint until tho
it. W. Burns or Itockford III. was
here thli. morning.
(By Associated Praes.l
London Sept ?4 Lady Cttrzon of
Kesleston (formerly Miss Loiter of
Chiongo) who haft been 111 for coveral
tlays passed a reatloss night and hor
condition this morning Is loss favor
New York SepL 24. Mrs. L. Z.
I.otlor and her duugh'cr Nannie who
Gun Club Shoot
Mashed on Piker
TEXAS DOCTOR GETS
s INTO TROUBLE
raced' across the continent from Don
ver on their way to London to the
bedside of l.ady Curzon icaohod New
York .today too la'o to catoh ol'her
Iho steamer- I.ticanta or New York on
which! thoy expected to pall. Tho noxt
fast steamer for England will be tho
'Peutnhte. whtrh mils Wednesday nnd
I It is probable Mrs Leltor an? daugh
ier win Ban at mat uiiiu.
SOME GOOD SCORES
Tung Tan Sopt. 24. (Noon.) Rus-
sians hore say '.hat' several nupply
ships arrived at Port Ar hur recently
vl'h foodstuff" ammuuluon and medi-
cines. They further say that their aUr
vices from Port Ar hur say that Jap-
anese a tacks are becoming less fre-
quent and less aovero and It Is be-
lle ed Japanese assaults will soon
ceaEO and that tha Japanese will at-
tempt to a nrvo out the garrison.
St. Petersburg Sept. 24. Major
General Orloff. who has bon hold roe-
pc.uslhla for tho retreat of the Russian
ic-ces from Llao Yang has been dis-
missed from tho army This actlou U
taken I;. v-or.ionce with the reom-
mcnt'atlon of General Kuropatkln.
Soneral Fomln of Orloft's 'jlvislon
who was reported killed is found to
be orly severely wouuded. Some hope
of his recovery.
San Francisco. Cal. Sopt. 24. Tho
Merchants exchange has received a
cablegram from London stating that
tho British steamer Crusader bound
from Oregon porta for the Far East
hast been captured by Japanese and
taken to Hakodate. The Crusader
started from Astoria Oregon Sept. 2
Crack Marksmen Participat
ed in Yesterdays Con-
tests for Prizes.
BILLINGSLEY'S 'R A I L
Alleged Cablegram Report-
ing Sale of Kansas City
Property for $1500000
Annoyed World'sFair Beauty
With Attentions and
ANOTHER BIG REPUBLI-
CAN SPLIT IN RANKS
GREER GOES GUNNING
St. Louis Mo Sopt 24. Cr-rr l
by the beauty of Mrs. Mnty ' I (.& I
er of 3i)48 Cass avonuo an m.'U ")IT p f n . . .
of n Pik0 show whom h6 oi. . uses amoke-Poie to liititnt-
meet on mo piko a tho World's fair
a fow diys ago. Dr. 0. IT Miller who
says he Is a prominent physician ot
P. W..CI0S.S waa in tho city this
morning from Perry.
Frank .HJmlniaa "fa building a glass
factory at Carney Kas.
The Rov. h. .1. Parkor attended tha
picnic ar Mtrldjati today.
A. B. Wood dt tho Mulhall Hn'er-
prise was In tho city last night
James C. Painoll of Pawnee wna a
tnulncss ca'.ler In Outhric today
Judge P. II. Harris of Porr. Is In
Jie ol y today on logal business.
Mrs. 1'aullno lowloy has returned
trom a few months' visit in Kansas
R. D. BroaddU3 of Pawnee was In
the capital city transacting some Imi
Frank McGuIre a)id Frank Rlnebarl
attended the AnM-Horso Thief associ-
ation picnic at Meridian today.
Mirs. II. A. Roi.lnson who has been
visiting her sUtor. Mrs. Sturgeon left
for hr home In Peoria Illinois today.
The U. M. il. Gun club hold thelt
shoo' y itorday at their grounds on
:ho Halnor addition. A good tlmo wn
had. rive events woro shot with tha
First Event 15 Trtrgots: Carl 10:
Roonbery. 13; Bgan 10; P. Smith-. 9
Keo?y 12. S. Smith 0; Olsmith 8;
Elsenschmldt. 12; Hti'lon 13.
Second Evont lfi TargpUr. Don-
nelly. 12 McMonls 13: P. Smith 10.
Etsenschmldt It; Koesoy 10.
Third Kvonl-16 Targets. Finn
Hmaid: Carl 1 Donno;iy 11; Kee-
ey 9; Rosonborry. 12 P. Smith 7.
Soond Scpiad Donnelly 12; Hgnn
13; Carl.lt; Rosenbsrry 11; S Smith
Fourth I3vent 26 Tnrgo's. First
Squad- Daniels 28: Bgtn 25; Keo-
soy ;7; Htsonsehmldt. 22; Donnelly.
Ran 21; Donnelly
23. Daniels 16;
Nowman. 17; S.
22. McMonls 21;
(Mri arid'Mrsitl S. MoPulre-wlll ar-
IvU n 'foe clfytonlClU After Ios-
day Mrs. McGulro will be ihe guest u
Mr. J. H. Burford.
Smith 21: Egpn
Fourth Squad: MoMorrls 20; Don-
nelly 2t; Elsonschmldt 22: Eg.n 2S
S. Smith 20.
Fifth Squad: Donnolly IU; Egaa
10: KlsenschmidL 19.
Fifth Event la the 25 bird race vm-
tweon Bgan and Donnelly resulted in
two lies. In tho third shoot Donnol
ly wop. Ihe scoros are as follows:
Egan. 23; Donnolly 2.1
Egun 22. Donnelly 22.
Egan 23 Donnolly 22.
The next shoot will bo held -!e firs;
Friday in October.
AGED COUPLE FOR HID
Three Masked Fiends Kick
Victims Into Insensi-
bility and Flee.
(By Associated Press.)
'jtiiUMharre Pa.. Sen'. 21. Thre
masked men broke into the house-of
Mr nnd Mrs. Thomas Gibbons near
Rosbnrg and tortured tho aged couple
In an effort to find hidden money.
Oir-DonB denlod hating n-aney where-
upon tho robbors kicked and beat the
aged couple Ino ImiQnElbMty nnd
fled. Mrs Gibbons will probab'ly die.
One robber was after'vard captured.
Mr. and Mrs. S. P Ilgonfrltz and
wn. David of Lafayette Ind. arrived
In Gi'thrie for a week'n visit with Mr.
and Mrs. U. P. ligentrltz of Iwrle
Was Good Oratory But Failed to Touch
Vital Lrcal Isiue.
Taknn as a vholo tho Rlslaj- speech
last night was good as far as oratory
went but fell flat when It came to ar-
gument. There as a fair sized crowd
in attendant and ihayhad a sickly
time. Th.) speaker argued McOulre's
rant and discussed the ata-ohood eq-
uation In general but those good white
men that own property In Guthrie and
Lojran county and are ever praying for
white man's rule had lo go away with
hone blighted. They hoped to hear
Mr. nisley tell Ihem how to remedy
the ncjrro probtem. but uo one word
came fiom his eloquent lips.
4BCT 3P9 .
Will Wheeled wlufS'amployod with
U Rimlnton jrf0p.. atBUwuee.
and who has been spenuma me i
fow days wltls fapuly 'Her"?- w11'
return to ShaWhW today:
Tom lenklns wifs and daughter
Mibs Helon. r'urnod last night from
St. Louis where they have ban visi-
tors at tho World's fair for the past
fortnight Tom soya Uia last inlnR h3
did ww to "hit tho Pike."
nt. Sfalford avrUed horaa today
fiim a irlp to St. ho and Kansas
rv Tha dootor KUS ho HO. "olV
AMir'e ttnu. rttdhrlo whr they u
.. in miidin officas." iuat 0$
UmM. Ha became soro and dpro-
iii oertlw salutation. Guy S. Manat.
IrraJl teowi) aitornuy ol aniu. accc-ar
janiM lilru o Guihrlfi
O SECRETARY'S urriuc. w
Show Sore Spots
FAILED TO GET COMMIT-
It was rumored on iha streets this
morning tlat a cablegram had been
received fiom Charles E. BUllngsloy
president ot tho doftmot Capitol Nr-
tlonal bank who Is now in France to
tlo ofert that ho had disposed of his
Interests in the railroad property a'
Ktmsas City for $1500000. Sovoral
Inoffuctual attempts havo been made
by tho Oal1y Loadec to obtain a vorl-
floniioA of the rumor.
Will Channel an attocney here who
has beOu koeplng closoly iu touch with
the afKiirs of Mr Ullllngiley since t.ic
failure! of the Capl'ol National bank
said Urn he did not krow whether
there was any truth In tho rumor or
not 'e said that ho had roeelvod no
oabloffam and that no ono had in-
colvdj LtBher Went said tliat ho had
heard It from jevernl sourcee and that
ho helievAil 'bora might possibly bu
wmethlng In tho statement. Other
prominent business moa eay that they
fiardly knov wuat to think of tko
It will bo reniemberod tliat :i sVort
tlmo since Mr. Bllllnsrsloy left for
Franco on a wUslon such as would
glvo foundation or a rumor of tho na-
ture thai Is bolng circulated In Guth-
rie R is dsflnltfcly known that ho Is
interested in railroad pioporty and
also the construction work of rail
roads. Mis Interests at Kanbaa City
are said to be vfilunblo and French
capitalists Invited him to corao t0
United StatoH Attorney Horace
Speed was asked wliat ho though
uliout the rumor and ho said that hv
had lizard something similar aevoral
days ago at OR'altonm City. "But"
said Mr. Speed "I do not know wlm"
truth thuro is In It. I wish that Bill
Ingslcy could pay out. I often think
hnwQvor. that wo humnns get to
draamlna a gra? many Urns arid im
agine ttot wu ait chasing a hopeful
thing when It Is only th rainbow
heard tlmt BUllHgsIey would bt
Guhrie la o wuK or so."
date Herr Golobie
Colllnsvlllo. Texas tollowwl his fair
divinity for thrw days during which
lliue he eo nnnryed ber with his un-?.-c!comc
attentions according o the
story jlio told 'n tho First district
jwllce court Frlduy morning that slw
callod two Jorfo-Hon guards and had
him taken In charge.
WhereY-or sho wont Rays Mn. Flet-
cher Miller followed like an Indian
on tlu trail ogling and saoklng to af-
tract hor attention. For threo days
she says alio trie I to escape her ad-
mirer but go whore she would Miller
was inre to track hor out. Then for
tho rost of ho day ihoro was no peace
and ihe sight ot tho exposition went
by in a hurtling mnzo as sho soi'ght
to ovade the attempts or the doctor to
flirt with hor.
Of a morning says Mrs. Fletch;?
ns ste would loavn tho Tiouso on Casn
avsnuo to po to hor place of cmnloy-
nont on tho Pike thoro at the front
gato waiting hot nomosis would bo
found. Then tho coasolosa trail would
Dh' sho se( her admirer on the look-
out through a window and seek to
nvold him by leaving by a side aoor
there euro as fato tlw loctor would
Step by stop he would keep nee
wiih her on to Hie World's fair until
ihe doors of the Pike show Mid her
Then for Iiouih lu eager watchful
ness he would take up his station be
fore thi gates and wait for Iwr to
Roasts of One Republican
Editor Resented by An-
A riot cab at 2 p in. this afternoon
callod the poilco to the Royal Bar
saloon whore one I. H Greer wat
inaklnK s defparatt attempt to stab
one John Oololie in tho vogetatian
department with a meal ticket. Oolo-
blo paio and excited lunged at Greer
with a short-armod batch ot past hln-
'lory. Ho struck Groer ropoatedly In
tho hoart and It fir Ally leaked It J
water. Tho g'are ofjoustlog was
From tho boat Information obtain-
able It appears that Mr. Grsor incens-
ed over an i-.uio In the Register mpt
GoloWo. nnd culled hint Into a bao'i.
room ot lliH saloon. Tho two men
woro not togo'hor long enough to take
on u Jag whou Goloblo rushed from
tho mom oryltig '"Glvo me a gun;
Croer U trying to shoot mo." Tin
bartonder reforred Golobie to the Ol
smith Arm company. Shortly Aftr
Groor emerged blowiug lir-nginary
smolw from the end of a smoke-polo
nnd ullcklng IUn tooth.
Looking up and down and across.
'' i"va uuu i "' ureor isit ine uuuuing via t;io rear
appear. When sho emerged thon tho door. Tho Incident was closed
vigil would boglu anew.
Jobless Democrats Organize
Republican Sideshow to
Obtain Meal Ticket.
BRINGS TWO PRISONERS.
Deputy Haines Catches Frank
Robuffs says Mrs. Fletohor. had
no offoct on tho Texan and he persist-
ed In lus punmlt of her until llfo lo-
camo ono long nlghtmaro with the
doctor ever In view.
Sho says ho '.ni not often address
hor and when ho did It was always
In a ropoctful tone but seemed to
bo contont to follow and foost his
oyps iincn hor form. Of an evening.
when she would start homo there he
would fellow and whon she entered
the houso. ralso his hat and go away
MiMer when ur.'algned In court pro-
duced stvoral witnesses who 4ostlflcd
to his good chanetor and high stand
ing In ColUnBvllle. Tho evldt-noe of
the complahuint however was ocm-
cluelvo and Miller was fined $96 an.l
llr FhUcher who Is a prominent
member of the Woman" Human so
clety. is the wife of lncle Ptetoher
wlio Is a. pre-itnt out of town. During
hit absence Mn. Fleteber Iwa been
ataylag wlh hor sister oa Cm ave-
nue near the World's fair ground.
Miller. It Is suld. has a wife and
family a Oollliwllle.
.1 4ff k '
The Murdock Poultry Food w
Romody company of Shawnee filea d
rosoluUon today glvlrys notification of
lncroaslug Us capital stock from $10.-
nftft tn tSO.000.
A notarial commission was lssuejl to
D. H. Spnilll of Pawuee.
(By Assoolatej p-ss.)
Chicago III. Sept. 24. An antl-
Parhnr DemocraUe leaguo with the
ob.ect of enlisting very Denwrai oe-
iwsod o tho Democratic preeidentlal
neminee. has lust been organised Li
Clilcaeo It was annouMeed that the
league will have branches In every
county In nonhern etatejg and In a good
many southern atates. IU cJeU I to
"orL atalost the un-Democratic ele-
nietit that controlled tlie St Ignite con-
rfnUon. to orgai-ize the Deme-iratU
lry Hi It will be lu a poeilon to eteot
tfie rjomoarntic aandldaiiea four yeart
hjnoe.' It Is said the names of ten
tHoUsanu dlseatlifled Democrats al-
ready have been secured.
Tlie officer are: President. A. W.
Maxwell former chairman Iowa Deni-
ocratle s'are central committee: vloe
prtHldent. Thomas N. J3. Haskliigs
termor member Illinois state centrM
ccmmlttee: se-iretary. Gcorgo P.
Leake former chairman Kansar atate
oxiicutlve commi'lee; treasurer Mich
ael P Callshan of the Ch'cago West
ern Indiana -allroad.--
Deputy Unl wl States Maralial Wlloy
Haines bro.ight In Fiank and Harry
Wllaon charged with lareeny ttoiu
tin- Oeafe nation thla morning. He
whs accompanied by 8. W. Plnton who
enme as a guard i' tnoiifiw u
Wilst-n Is only an nsewmed name aiH
that ioelbly they are ominected win
something ei wore They are
chirged wt b having etolftn a team ot
horses a buggy am' a set of hamees.
TEN KI LLED T W BNTY-
Goloblo has attacked Greer fiercely
In tho Register; Groor has roplled In
kind In tho Capital by denouncing
Golobie and charging Dolcator with
bauk-lootlng Goloblo's last shot prob
ably enras'edGroi-r personally Patter-
son Bros and Rhodes have been noti
fied to act expeditiously !:r raso ot
Lator-Goloblo this afternoon swero
out n oomplaint charging Greer with
asRauhj wlthlntent to kill. The af-
fair la probably inoro torlous than
was llril supposed. In a statement
Goloblo says that after being ca!'
Into the hnck room Greer at the point
of a gun. foroedhlm (Golobie) to sign
two documents tho nature ot whim
Is unknown tohlm. heolalms. Gnr
makes no statement whatever
the document which Greer force l
Golobie U sign Is a general re'rac
lion of all tliat ihe State IUgter has
said about the S'.ite Capital irntiiutlin
and IU edl'or The document close
wl li a narat-rMph of shtfprge fw
Groer and elt ul.int ami if io and
jue-ualf na'i'S lu length
OKLAHOMA CITY CASE.
Policemen Claim That City Owes
A petlMon o""r m tl19 'aae f
Oklahoma CJty va John Dan was Bled
In the supremo oourt this sternoon
This case was appealed fiom th pro-
bate court of Oklahoma county. Th
action Is tp rawer judgment Tiean
was a policeman and olalmed that tin
eity owed him (310. which the city
denier on lh gwnd that there was
an ordinance In existence at the' Mme
regulating the fcalsrlei of policemen.
Wreck Occurred on South-
ern Railway but Partic-
ulars are Lacking.
(By Associated Pre&a-l
Knoxvllle Tenn. Sept. 84 Two ims-
settger trains on Hi v.' Southern railway
eoUuled today thirty miles oast of
Kaoxrtllt. Ten persons aro reported
killed and about twenty-Are Injured
No pnrtleulrtrstyet -
E. R. HudiWpn of Roohestec. N-
y. was In Gutllrlo this morning on
" Tom Bowie came Iu today to spend
Sunday wl&Jala upinjercHu? frieiyis.
FOOT BALL SEASON.
County High Sonool
Getting Into Shape
Tlw foo i-all sqhmi f thi Logan
county klgl school ha been ou rn
ths jrldiron thu w-k prepurlng for
tbe laof-mln t;aiMn. Prof Ncrrla
lias been employed to coach thti
yetr's tani whteli. I 's hoin-d will e
up to the standnrd of tlv vw-torions
tceui of last yer WMuntvfk. fe'o
lwuf h anil Rwxroad ot law vewr's teaui
will be on the team again this year
It Is also possiul- that Acton will dm
sen with hi old leawmatfn Tlie
sohedule of gauu now Mng prepar-
ed Ineludss a game with the Mlllury
llnfltWtrat"'OHlah6ma01"y Oeleber 7
and the OTslaftonia fly high flhi
team it the tanie plaet on oyo)er 8
The season will loe on Tharfttglrlng
day with a game on 'he Island park
KTidJrgn. with ttu StUlwa er Agrtcul
.jci:T t-iB?rraFiJiimry irtn skax-.
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