The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 101, Ed. 1, Friday, November 18, 1904 Page: 1 of 8
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The Guthrie Daily Leader.
THE ONLY EVENiNQ ASSOCIATED PRESS PAPER IN OKLAHOMA TERRITORY.
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA. FRIDAY NOVEMBER 18. 1904
ENTAIL HEAVY LOSS OF
LIFE IN CHICAGO
Russia Rejoices Over
Stoessel's Game Stand
SUBJECT OF A SEARCHING
lily As&iclated Press.)
Toklo tfov. 13 A telegram
I th arrlral of Vice Admiral Ilojeatven-
from sky's second Pacific smiartoru
Jjdge Pancoevst Starts a.n Inquiry
Whicn Causes Considerable Uneasi-
ness in Certain Political
Gor.Bldonibhi oxcltement was pre- sehrth he hail been ordered. to make
valont tins morning In tho district for the rr.lcslng poll books.. The' wit-
ourt whn Judge Pauccast started tojnojs nnswe.-od that he made a tbot1'
impanel the grand jury. Attorneys
Huston Peverenux and Strang repre-
senting Charles Ullllngsley. orTered ol-
ectlons on tho ground ihat ihe Jury
was not lof.nlly selected since the poll
hooks of the vest precinct of the Sec-
ond ward In Guthrie wero mlpslng. The
law .irovldes that at tho close of the
ouirh senro. .and could not find the
John Maesey. who was also ordered
to look fur the poll books testified
that he hid inado a close search but
was ttnablo to And them.
Massev Inferred thnt the bonks
General N'ni reports the destruction
of another Russian arsenal and mag-
slne at Port Arthur. The Russian
cortii'tie their spirited sorties using
Tho report that the tirmored cruiser
Qroinobol had been Injurotl at Vlodl-
roslek Is connrmed. The vessel
grcwided a she was returning to the
liarbor from a trial trip after the re-
j iMlr of the injuries received in the
St. Petersburg. Nov. .'8 -Rejoicing Hght with Admiral Kamlmura's stiuad.
over he nurUinnfed spirit displayed by
General iHoessel In bis telegram of
congratulation to Kmporor Nicholas on
Ihe anniversary of Ills succession to
tlie throne and officially announcing
the ff dure cf General Nogl's nine-day
attempt to present Port Arthur to th '
ron. but ' the admiralty the injurlei
are said to be slight.
Stosseel's Qreetiny to the Emperor
St. Petersburg Nov. 1R A a resuli
of tho dlapatchcs iscelved fnm Gen-
ernl Stoesiel the war office expresses
Mikado as a birthday gift is tempered enMr? confidence that Port Arthur will
by prlvnte Information that the gallant bo nble to hold out until the arrival of.
eotnmaudtfcr of the garrison hnd leen
wounded. General Stoessel was struck
in the hen-J by a splinter from a shell
while ho was personally directing tho
tepulso of a partlculatly desperate as-
sault but fortunately tho wound is
not seilous and G On oral Stoessel has
not been obllgad to relinquish com-
mand tier oral Stoousel Is legarded as
tho heart and soul of the dofot'so and
his death or disability which would
cause him to relinquish command
would be rogar.cl as ail Irremediable
Other information sent by General
Stoessel. which has not ixen divulged
might be ai the court house but stated
election the Judges shall select a list that tjiey could not be found where lit
of names and write hem in the back looked Jutir Paioonel questioned
part of the poll books. From these the witness j-ortalnlng to a sugnwtlon
various lists In the poll books the whlch County Clerk Jchnton had made f(r trfltopC renjom tt ( MM by the
county cient manes a ii oi b to mm wmie -eurenmg lor uie uooKa. war oftlce by Il0 1Henn. nfavoraDie
Jurors. I This suggestion was thai a seArcIM WhJ( lJw Mrriww ls now hJwmeil in
Since the noil books ot West Second ought to bo made of all the ballot (he .. t.er ot onc of thp nialn
ward precinct were not used In the boxes. . j fom taker TUe ga.rrigol
drawing ot tho Jury the sixteen irerc- County Clerk Johnson was recalled )mg becn pit)tUlonfM rref ammnal.
hers who wore to bo presenter uus aim Aiwrneys iiesiyu uu o'i Uon liall arrived and Oeneral Stocssoi
expresses confidence that the defense
can 'e successfully maintained until
morning were not permitted to bo im- cross-examined Mm. The witness
naneUed Judsw Pnncoast became In-' stated Hint he mude Uie suggestion
dlgnant and the court room whioh because It might be possible that the
was filed vlth lawyori and spectators missing books were In one of the Lol-
l)ccamo perfectly still. Everyoi e look- lot boxes.
ed. with ears eyes and mouths wide' Charles 4iler was aliio ordered to
open. ' ' leek for the missing books.
In wordB that bore a significance of After it was decided that the poll
determination Judge PancurtSt ordered books could not I o found Judge Pan- PROVDKI) FOR BY THli
Radius of Half a Mile Windows
Were Broken and Walls
Thrown Out of
County Clerk Johnson to produce the coast annoiinool that he was rtady to.
missing poll books as soon as pos-
sible. John Massey election Irspecto-
iu the west precinct of the Second
ward was ordered also to make i
search immediately for tho missing
By this time thc-ie was general pan
demonium and men were whispering
listen to a discussion . of -the lfcgali
Klnth on ib" matter of Impaneling the
grand Jury under surli conditions.
Judg.'' Strinc one of Iilllingsltry's at-
toroeyj. began the discussion his a-
gument being that the sixteen men
who were about to be Impaneled oouM I
not serve us grind Jurors because the
Denver Hnid and Gulf Rail-
road Wants Right
tho Russian second Pacific squadron
Jn a. telegram tinted October 80;
Cl on oral Ptoossol says:
'Slnco my dispatch of October 28
tho bombardment continues with Croat
Vnler dfte of November C. Oeneral
MVe grent the omparor. This day
n solemn on for our country wo offer
prayers ti Ood and sttivd to our m-
pefor feltcitnlions In Uie shnpe of
rev&rberntlii? htirmha. On bended
Unuos we prny to God to givo healt;i
to your majesty and their mnJesUoa.
the empresses and the Graiiti Duke
Cwuvvitch Our Joy is art the greater
bemuse all the assaults which la-twi
nine davs have been repulsel tin to
this ';reat .lay. tte antilversnr or vour
accession to the throne the same day
tliat our Japanese ei.emles celebrate
the inniversary of the birth of their
mikado and whereon tkey had sworn
to take Uio fortress Ood U with us."
ent f;nd $iP 10. sajary ft.nd. 56.60
Hills -i A. .1. Mabrny for $13.60. II.
L. Him i.fHi:i for $84.2-1. and J F
Lewi f( i- $; r were ap loved and al-
Tin- qnnrti'ily report of the wate
foiim isnlv)i-er was referred to tho
viiir c-onmntttio. Iteptirtw or heilth
ofliriT u.ii Milewalk nspector were
(By Assoclatod PrsssJ i esonpod with slight 'njuites. One of
Chicago III Nov IS Many lives the workmen who escaped espressos
wero lost find a number of men In
Jured In nn explosion ot llvo small purl
. hi" bollof thnt at Ioast forty of his
companions Imd lost tlioir lives Per-
sons IlviiiL' in i ho vlnlnltv ilvcirlml
fylng tanlts leased by tho Peoples Gns thelr hom;s naa gtore .
Light ami Coke companv at Seventy- stores fluolng with what vntut
fourth street and ChIonj;o avtnuo to- thev could -olre.
day. There wero neatly twenty ex This arternoon oight dead bo1ls
plosions which weie so rorceful that had been recovered from (he ruins and
tor a radius of 'alt a mllo nround win- It Is stetei' thnt about ten more em-
dows wore broken and wnlls thrown ployes were mlsslag. When danger of
out of plumb. For fear that the ox-J the larger tanlrs exploding hi. been
plosions might continue; ami cause tho reduced to a minimum iho nglnH.r
explosion of two big tnn which heM with an assistant entered the ltouii'Ih
millions of r'el of gas. no one would and shut off thn anprly pipes tnim the
venture near tho ruins. At the flrsc' rulncl ouildmc to the aso tunka If.
explosions many or the men eiiiployod is mirac'ilmn thut tiro illd n.n nter
In the plant lied to tlit street Tlies" tho lu"Ktr tnnlin
The Earnest Life
rs msiiop'S ADvicis
t the cllv com ell meeting Ihm
light Judge Tllerer. attorney foi tlu-
Denver Knld and -Gulf railroad nut.
to each other and wondering what county ck-rk ignored the law when he
would happen next. In this state of drew the names frm an incomplete
... . l J ... .1 Sin 1tt Tin Alan nl 4 n.l niitlirtnittf an i-v Hin
niTdira tun f iirr Hrnftd n.ioiinieu sl x. iul ne uiu wiluii iiuiiiiiu..T n mi
o'clock until 1 30 n. m. ! 'ias the rt-ht to act when there is an ""'l " ordinance asking for a right
The n:st witness called to the stand lrregvlnrlty of this kind. The cita
thin nftemoon was Countv Cle.-k John- Uo'is liMd that the county eonunia-
ti.i Qfo.. At.nmnv Hnrnec rtn.iurs laiu!l .Irv the Uirles Out nf.tOnWOOd river ncn.SS UlO CotlonwKit
OUU. VWS'-WM fcjt'X.w v. ..-w .... - . wiit- w --.-. ... . -- ..-- -
'lability and Honesty
of way firm the spur of traik n-iv
laid alocr the west bark ot .be Coi-
Speed qi-esttonea him In regard to the tiii box.
WORK Bl-ING RAPIDLY
Stately Structure Will Soon
Adorn the Site of
river at SMh street and down Sixth
street to tie pan or track it-cent I
built by them on south Sixth Mret-t
stood there will be a atutejy govern
meat building wliOSft awndeur will be The onlinance was referred to tlie or-
pralsed by all In ilditloti there will ditwnce commlMee to 1m pasaul 'ipon
le street cars flyinff atountfthe corner at the next mesling.
of the tai'ldlng -ind in fact Quthrie
will be metropolitan in every way.
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FEDERAL INSPECTOR HERE.
Guthrie People Interested In Mlnlncj
Property In California.
'the California Oold Coin Mines
'oinpany .as rganlzed and Incorpor-
ai ! In f'.iithrie to-lay w'th a capital
Mo-k of H'OOihijO The following are
thi- ineoipi ratnri: Nicholas V. Beny-
nan of A'-etor Colo.; Osenr Al. Wag-
ner and II t. O'ds of Guthrie. This
co.npany lias .' acred of mlnitig prop-
er in (Ire 5s alley m California with
oh flue a i-rope;t as any layout oouU
be The ..rine.pal office will l.e In
fitiilirle. with b -andi otices in A'ittor.
('( 'o nil'1 ii:i llegn Cal.
Haa Becn All
A great deal of material Is belns;
received bv John Young. supe'Uiteiid-
eet of the construction of the federal eMe pr01tvleit at thtg tme. Dr Allen
Dr U. J Mer. cf Okkihoma City
federal cattlu p.spector anlved In
Outhile tlrs morning. He has ben
pract'cnlly all over Oktalioma and ho
reports iliat there is scarcely no dls-
A onufaet was made betwten the
city and UjaUtl ind Wall frr the con-
structlon of the f Mowlim sldev.alks tn
be fle and one third feet wide at 5'
cents per mnn! ig fn.t. and ZT centbAr Wanlrd Nownd9ys Says c
per varu tor ceaanit in ream
OiUh'ie lot 1 blofk 32. lots 12 13
block 36 lots 1 '.' II'.. 17 24 block 60.
lot 13 block 43 lot 1 block 59 lot U.
'.lock 5. kt I7. IS 10 hlork 20 lot
1 to 5 b!(k 2;". 1-tB 1 to 24 block 46
Pnplt'd llembirt lot i.t elock ;'.k- Outh
rie Pnjper. lot 2 ' hit ck i?
building and work ls progressing rap-
Idl. In a fow days there will be re-
ctlved 680") pounds of ateel. Last
week a car load of granite was brought
in from Indian territory but Jt was not
accepted having proved unsatisfac-
tory. This granite had to be re-faced
in order to be of value to the Imllderj.
Another car load Is on the road now.
Mr. Young is anxious to complete
the'b'illdliK as aoon as possible. He
has built .'.out ten government build-
ings during his life and he f'ndk it a
great burden from time to time while
firishlng ti;i a contract But he has
had magniScf&t success ami every
federal structure that he has had any-
thing to do with was always imUsfac-
tory and 'Accepted immediately upon
Tho. federnj building will be a vl
uable asset to the capital city In n
year from this dat it will be surpris-
ing to the Rip Van Winkle vhu lett
he-o ton years ago to agali appear on
the old stamping grounds and tilsover
the chanse. Where onco a
says that there are very few cattle
being brought Into the territory owing
to the laek ot wheat pastures. Cattlc-
A contract was a'so enrered into be-
tweua thu cily anti hea'ltl and Vall
for the const ruction of ttreet cross-
(' S Sterllni; the enlleniii:i wfio
played so siieresfully the part of Dad
and I-idge last nlfht In "At the Haces"
ha.- been on the iaee for tweie years
T( o mueh pra're can not Im? -id for
Af' Sterling both as an actor und a-t
Tlie third dry's session of tin- Owla
hotna et ifercie of the Afilcan Mttho-
dtst Hpiscoi.al church oiiened thU
rtiorn'.np with Impressive sor.g and
pnyer scrdce iv Hovs A'm. Starks
and I. It. Kays Uev V. R. Guy rea 1
Ihe Journal which wns api.ro d. pe-
fore taklmt up t'e t'iisiiiea 1 .e con
ference Joined in singing "A Charge
to Keen I Itave."
ftlshop 'lyno In calling the conft r
enoe to order read 1 Corinthian xlll
ain' ci:ir.mtt on the same. "When
I was a child I spoke as a child I vn-
derstood as a child' I thought as a
child but when I became a man I pu'.
away childish things."
"There are some men" he said
"who never vet beyond childhood and
never will but you must go up; vou
must Ik) men. Itear In m'nd that the
gospel vou pfich Is a er.pe! ot pence
I hsve no use f'-r a fighting peacher
Yoh are no to breel strife between
the teces but nake friends. Vou can
make enemies for our race or you can
make frie;j for them Let every iiau
do bit d'tty.
"There are ?uep who go into l"u" ii ported as
pu'plt t'i pisv That In not the place murks weru
of the ec'ucitioral work of the negrics
In thki counirv cspeMaily the M 12.
ltc. O. 0. AVashlitgtou on of Iho
pij-ieers ip iim conferoiice r sole nti
ndrtss. "I nn yroud or tho ;nigresi
we are making" lift sold and we
miiBt :outi it to Improve. AV have
hud n:'icb h'lp from our white dletidi
it Is encouruKing to visit our st hool it
Laug.iton uriveiblt;' untl come in touch
wih tnat nia'tei nilr.d Prof li man K
Pae w.h if lii(te.d a iepret niatlwj
of our race Then we fiave mr owe
AV K. Guy vim Is a graduate :i m tit"
lllno's co'lege and who ie toa liinjtr .1
Ijanps'o-i t-otlece I tell you .u havo
much to nncnuiage us as a i.ce I
nope that we will .lot forget ou vountr
M)tc li.it pu- them to work Iet n
build up our -wn eflucntlonal li.stltu
Uon hero In lit -t territory '
Itev. .Ian A Johnm also 1 ide a
Mrs. r.uth M Colletr of Ihiladd
phln nwde a short address If vr
are to tie lifte I up .s a ru . ' ah 1
bald "the women must be piotecied
Yon can uot rlsa alove the wi men. I
ani glad to itee this roi fun n e an 1
to be In this pirt of the cii"iry. t
orlieve ths. thU U destined ti he tin-
garden spot n the I'nited 8!(.'.-h. Yei
must do yt ur duty as men Teach
01 r pwjlc o b-iy househ ani1 i.iy tor
them. To beautify the land i.elp t
bu'.ld It up. Alove alt educate y;vi
children. Jol ')om you all I -un
interested In my race and it-. Inture
The report of the commit te
ed to investigate th chrj!
the minitvrii who reeelvi I
marks vesterdav These imii
ra-t and all '
a ij'un. After the show laft night Mr
Su 1 ling gave- a reporter for the OhIIv
Leader an interview. During this eon-
ings at It ceils per square foot and Ve-.ntloii Mr. Stirling said that an
inet are not driving big herds f-om 15 cents per yard for escaatlms four RCtoi- nowadays had to be educated In
place to place as they used to which feet wide at 'he following corners. 0.f.r to make a mccesa. "The day is
also nakes a v.w difference Years Division street aercssflprlnger svenue gee" renaikel Mr. Sterling "when
ago when thev hai no Inspection lawj Maple seross Noble Mansur across a f.)l0w can susiieud a placard on th-
large herds of cattle were oelng moved Oak. aHghth across Koblo Ninth across i. 0( p UW!tl jghjed Rm fcn
continually but now the laws are so Noble Nolle adieus Walnut. Norte nctor." An actor must be an actor out
strict that peoplo are nandlhiK thorn ' across Eighth. ?lrst across Springer anr out. Not only must his work be
.. I fl.t .-. fl..Al-. Si f ... . . ..... a
as une as pssicie. nuw t-r .iw ampiv aiuiur kium ca'ciiy uut it roust nave a point .i
Elm iCIm areas Noble Oak across motif to it It ls extremely notice-
Logan Sfveutli across Noble. Vilas al(. that elevating plays bring the
across Ash Second across Perkins largest houses. Smuttlness must be
Perkins across Seventh Cleveland ' iimhabjd. The peopl are timl of
acroao Oak. Ihlid' across Perkins j nonsenw They want edlfliig fun
Harrison acro-s Oik Springer across new."
INVITES BISHOP TYREE.
President Page Attends A. M. E. Con-
Inman 17. Page president of the
colored A snl M. college at Lttngstpn.l Oak Springer across FlrsL Division
is in ths city today. He Is attending across Noble.
the A M P.. conference nnq one of the I An ordlranoe was passed to l&yan
purposes of hl vlsk is to lavlte ' assessment of one-third of the sewer
Bishop Tjree and a committee of thel aaeessment agalu't tlie following lots
ministers to the college. PrfsidentUor lateral sewwis- In Bast Guthrie.
Page says that the school in doing lotB 1 to 21 in blocks 29 30. 31 rad 82.
nicely and that the enrollment has in- An ordinance was passed providing
ereased satUfactorlly oluce the open or lne expenditure of money as foi-
shan'y jng In thu fall. Mows Salary fun.1. $172.21; contlng.
O TODAY'S COTTON MARKET. O
Seed Cotton .$3 06
Lint Cotton 9.00
(Furnished by Houghton' &
Douglas Cotton flln Co.) '
o o oo.oxro'oro O O O O OO o o
to plav The pulpit is not tbt
foi i monkey.
To be men dees not mean to put
2 cm In your no-k'-t and go out as a
deeperado TI.e '-oiiiiiinntlment thou
ahalt not 'lll nieans f.r all "es an 1
condit'en o' munnind You are to
held up vlhrist Je.Hii-i
Dliomj ettlnu' was strongly "in
dfcinne'l by the blsbop.
Ite- J. T. Nenl was made a full
inemler of Ue conference he hav'ns'
served out tha probatlo-mry pi 1 ioit
Ho was lecturo-l by the bishop "Yo-i
have )ust reurhod the plsee where yo-i
must study. You tan not sit still and
expect to be able to preach to ihe pen-
pie. You must be ahle to inspire uten
ami women Loud talking will not do
the wora. lie reliable aud honest.
Serve God Vou are the leader of
jnea and v a leader you must work.
Do net :HIH that you can make it by
tbers tatrying you through. You
must oarry yourjalf Pay vour debts '
Pev. T II Tyson. IJ. D of Muskogee.
I T.. was intrcduced and made an ad-
I'idrc a maki'.g a report on the condition
. 'ain 1
place istors passetl. umbei f
tees wora ri"l:ititd during tl.-
Daltro AV Ititsgs of Kaui
Mo. was Intiortu.-cd ami exttnli-d ihu-
courtesies of th.i conference
Itev W li Carson D D. will .-iaeh
tontghl. Hm Ih an able spe-ik. - Con
ference will rloso 8'iudav nu-ht
YOUNG WEBER hELD.
Aseuted of Murderli Father Mothsr
(Hy Associated Press
Auburn Csl. Nov. IS -In tl Weber
case the rorom-r's ury broucht in the
following vrtlcf "We find :hn
Julius We'ier Mary AVeber an ' Bertha
Weber caiix- to their death fro.u plst'd
wounds and it la the belief or ihe Jury
that said wounds were intn. u-d by
Adolplms J. AVobor."
The dead bodies of the victims were
found in the ruins of the hou.t whleh
was destroyed by fire. Young AjlelpU
ls under arrest.
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