The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 118, Ed. 1, Friday, December 9, 1904 Page: 1 of 8
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MRS. CIIAINVICK SPENDS
WAKEFUL HOURS IN
Female Financier Concludes
- to Waive Examination
y - Warden uuarus Against tne
' Possibility of Suicide and
If Maintains Continual
&' V Watch. ;
. a i-v t -A il.
Jf" ' New York Dec. f.-Mra. Caaale L.
! Chadwlek last night occupied one of
a jtTie geanttly furnished cell In the
tM' fromus. After a fruitless search all
da tor ball her attorneys gave tip
5i the fight and Philip Carpenter her
); 4til&t oounsel. Btood In the corridor of
f$ " ihe fadaral building at 8 o'clock when
; 'Melted Stale Marshal Henkel threw
on&n the double doors of hi office and
A$& the woman out on her way to the
' Sir Cltadwlck was wan tired and
Jnywl Tainting. She made her way
it&rosa the hall to fho elevator tanning
heavily on the marshal's arm audi
.that of her son. Kmll. llehlml them
$.Bamo her nurse Freda Swenson. and
W S . llA.l..l tA....n.ll.
The iiarty passed through a double
roV of curious people to a carriage
which was In welting on the Itronilwnx
They wo driven directly to the
Tombs. Arriving thero. Mrs Child-
wick was half earned up the steps and
Into the bulli'lnr Warden Klynn me
the party ana after the usual prelim
Inaries had been attended to the wo
man asked pernlssluti to have her
nurse remain with her This was
denied the warden saving that hl-
should have no privileges not alio .ted
Farewell to Liberty.
Mrs Chadwlek gave a handbag ami
a fow trlnkete to the nurs' . and wills-
porcil some nstntetlens to ber son.
She was then taken to tbe matron's
room. She then asked to say good -
night to her son and he rushed to hU
mother an' wrapping his arms
round her gave her a ring embrace.
Then she was led away to the Inner
office wher hr jiedlgree was taken
nd she was assigned to a cell. The
on and nurse entered a carriage and'
-iffere driven to n hotel
While lylnp en a couch in the United
Jptatafc marshal's office awaiting a
IWAdeman. Mrs Chadwlek for the ftrat
lme since her name has oeen before
ijfi puhHc consentoil to talk fur pub-
'llogUon and gave the representative
(bf the Associated Press a statement In
vhich she denied relationship to Mrs
York of Ban PrancUco who gave out
a Interview telling of the earlier life
l Mrs Chadwlek.
The Madam Dever Story.
In juatlce to her sou. Mrs CbadwicK
aid she would not make a statement
about "this Madam Pevere business''
4 the present time but promised .hat
later "Madam Devere's whereabouts
nii avM-Tthliiff elsn in cmnection with
this ease wl'l be triovtn."
Mr Chad. l:k ilso told of the Wad -
Park and Olioillis ba'ik inatters. Re
ferring to the failure of te latter ln -
StUutloti she said: "I wojid not like
t live a minute if I HO not think I
vpuhi pav thece poor peoj.lo hack "
Wbjan atktd co'ics.rnltig Andrew
(l&n.egte't connMtk'ii W.h b'r fln.in -
olal gjfglrg fcli - de ll-. I aU'dutely
ti taUf ret' f ring .. r latevieHer
v lr ftUMu.
-jf af'tliailwl- k todai Id tb .t she
. dpiftad 10 w.iiv.- ovatnniattt n. ptvfi-
'' ring to go direct to Cleveland y ipo.l
tho hfli?i' against her iiuprlson-j
webt has i.ot tended toward recovory
from b r i.ervous attacks TUls
(MrsJng she w g to i hlghlv i.tvous
SAte. iva l..s lass . nieut I wakr
New York. Dec. 9 Dlaeourageil by
the failure vf her lawyers to secure
bond for her and weary of her prison
experiences M the Tombs Mrs. Chad-
wick decided today to end her dlfii-
cn'tis In New York Ir v Iiil; c HP-
in Uioti .md -Knu duett tu tJlevPmd
to face 1'iP ti i -" iRimst I r ond
hUck fc' i pi i- i" ''' '"t irii ii'1 win
will heiii i.sr Mils tUer c ewm-
Ination ill pl:re :(r ease direct ty be-
fore V.f federal grand j.try In Cleve-
land. Ih? wanton wattled he- nil
night and domed bar k::fe r.nd fork
NFW MEMBERS ADDED.
Guthrie Cewimtrclal Club Takts on
The Guthrie Commercial club baa
opened an active campaign In solicit-
ing new members and the work U be-
ing felt already. Thla tody might to
be In a position to do the city a gnat
deal of good. The following are the
new memliers added yesterday
Meaara Will H. Chnpnell C. H. Mar-
tindate. it V. Ramaay Dr. Lucius B.
Morae John W. Brown. P. 0. Van
'uyn. William T Walker. J. V Cal-
vert Sam Ooldatelu. A. IB. Johnson
Oustave A. ISrixor M. T. Morris and
Mica Ida C. Six.
No Longer Doubt
GUTHRIE'S NINTH RAIL-
ROAD IS COMING .
Asking for Rids for Con-
Advertisements have been published
ca:llilg fcr ids for construction of the j
Quthrlo Pairlew ana Western rnll-j
war. The hide are to be opened in tJiol
.. ' -.. ........ r i -.i
UlUCt? Ul VU9 VillV Vllilrft vi tiz swia
in Knnitis Mty on January 2 It U
lUMlei-alond that the contract"! will be
nwnrripd nt onco after tho bids are
opened and tliat the work will b"gliii!larmin"
without delay. 1
The bids provide Tor construction of i
ibe road in sections from Darrow.
OK) to ajiBw juctlnit. from Par-
row ten miles west toward CanU)-e
nieut from Darrow to Kiel and alsm
for that portion of the ccnipanv's mad
to be built in the city of Guthrie on
Seventh street south of Cottonwood i
u-eek and from Sixth street where it j
lnterectr the Santa Ke right of way.
north to a connection with ihe St
Umla. Kl Reno and Western railroad.
' ail(1 a branch to n connection with tho
j n SmUh 8nd Western
Shot to Death
Slayer Known as Desperate
Character and Already
Inez Ky.. Dec. 9. Mary Dell Kirk
daughter of William R. Kirk and niece
of Circuit Judge A. J Kirk died at
noon today from a pistol wound which
was iniiicien son.o tune cany -noim.y
morning lu a iitatement mane pre
vioup to hr teath siie said that the
fahot wa ftied by Moses Hvaiis. who
Is known ou the borders of Ken.ucky
and West Virginia as "Big Moee
' Uvans She said Rvans thot her Ik (
' cause she ref-"-cd to marry him. MIm jt A t k r t
y Ktik jvss found lying across the track B IXOrCKlt A I I C Si
of the Norfolk and Western rullioad) vVUI V1V il 1 1 V II
j over the V ost Virginia line early I
I Pig Me Fvans has been known as POUND GUILTY RY OKLA-
a desperate character on tue ho-tfrs
jof Kentuck and West Virginia fo- a
. numler of ynirs and is under Indie-
loimeni in tue mniu .mun iuun .
being an aec --sory ceiore tne race
with hie Uto i-i:i-law Mrs Kdnu
i;v.-ins '-r tbe murdoi of Salonl-i
Havls i' l'")J Me has sled io West
Vi.-iuiA m is uo in hiding tu ilu-
ino mtai s.
Okiaho.v-i C.ty Papers Quotei r ly i i.
Oklabema City papers contain a
story from Washington ouoting D. T
Plynn as saying lhat there will be no
statehood legislation at thts aesetor of
fehJJSRIB OKLAHOMA. "llJv.V DRCKMUfiR. y. iSttft
(By Associated press.
Toklo Dee 9 (8 p. ;. ) The laU
eat observations tt Japanese com-
manders in front of Port Aithur show
there is no activity In tho harbor. The
Russian strangely are not replying
to the Japanese tire "lie cn.-ser
Pallada it Is confirmed was set on
Are by Jan&ucse rhidls and practical-
ly disabled the gunbuet Qiliak badly
daniagod the battleship rresvt
disabled and the armored cruiser
Uayan and mlneship Anurr repeated-
ly struck Store houses and arsenals
were also badly damaged by iho lap-
In disabling tho Russian fleet at
Port Arthur the .laimnese have ac-
complished the main object of the
desperate aesanlts against the fortress
'rhere is Istrt.nh proliablllt) that
wlillo contlnutng the sieco they will
avert losses of magnitude and Instead
will rely rn starving out the Harrison
until It is finally captured. Astouish-
mem is expressed over the iart (li-
the RtrMlan in no way resist ad the
disabling of the fleet. The opinion Is
expressed that the Russians opened
the seacocks nf the submerged ves-
sels to so far a possible le.en the
effect of the Japanese fire.
oklo Doc. 9. A list of thlrtVHlv
offieers l.illd and flfty-elaht wonndei!
I I d V 111 C 1 Ul iV dill
ivr- t -. n
rKL AlLINti UKULuIll
Feared if Dry Period
Bloomlngton ll' Dec 9. A novel
sight In noomln4tou is furnished by
numerous water wagons which are in
ervlce lay and night rupplying cle
terns with water. The drouth. !
growing worse every dav and atook-
inui of central Illinois are coneerneJ
over the difficulty In suiplying water
tor their stock. Water lias to be haul-
ed inanj miles in some instances aud
alarming coasetences are feireo if
tlmre la a eortiutiailou of the iu
Harrlsburg paM Iwc. p. special
pravcrs are Winy offered for rain In
churches in certain localities of
Dauphin Perry. Cumb'"NiMl atul aw-
rottHdiiiK couuUea Miu-- wells are
dry and farmers are hauHng waJU-r
from the rler and smaller strenins.
TIk recent anow has done little to re-
BlnM.hiirn M V lVoo U Tl.
drought is beooiMngV'ious to fr -
er and tunufacturers in nortuerr
New York. Pulp and paper manufac-
turers are obliged to close tntir far
tales eveiy few day 'ecaiiite of low
water A li-iiiniiient milii and narier
uianufaclr(r of g cUv Bal t dtty
that nis advices iuillcale that tb
drought prevails f.rm Maine to VVU
ctaiHin and in Canada and that theie
was grave dsnge: of a paper famtre
HOMA CITY JURY
Wife Muiiierc-r Will Spand
Reiqitlnder of Life iua
(Iii Associated Pie
Oklahoma Ci'.y Ol-lj.
John Alien 'h shot and
and given llf
I'm)- vvai found gull'v
eiifc.. in the pnit n
fMUt a wan pajwes flfLy he begins
locking UU an old oettn with a "Foi
Rent sign cj St.
An Ominous Silence
la published. It Is not known hrr
tl casii.altlet occurred nut presum-
ably at Port Arthur. .
London. rc. The Daily Tele-
rapti s corresp mdent hefi e Port Ar-
thur teletujphs that all of the Russian
iiattlehip o;id cruisers together with
the gunboats Otllak r.nd Pusadneck
were sunk or dtstroyol and that the
torpedo boat destroyers remain In-
tact. According to a special dispatch from
Toklo and Shanghai giving unofficial
.Yeports. the crews of all the Russian
warships in the harbor of Port Arthur
were lauded and apparently no effort
was made to move tho vessels. The
Japanese will now turn their attention
to the torpedo boat destroyers and
when these ltavo been dstroed the
gsHs will be directed against steamers
and transports in the harbor.
Jt'all advices t Japan describing the
capturo of 201-meter hill state tlmt the
Vapanese drenched the timber works
of the trenches with kerosene and
started a furlo'ia Are. which was
fanned by a strong gale. The Jap-
anese advance waa very slow. The)
were ob'iired to make roads with bags
of earth It waa a sudden declsl-o to
make a night atta") ibnt brought vic-
tory to the Jnpnnc-e. Nothing la yet
officially known as to the extent of
the Japanese cns'iiltits
Put Tie on Track
TO SEE WHAT WOULD
Inquisitive Kansas City
Youths Prevented From
Causing Train Wreck
Kansas City Mo. Deo 9. "he po
lite odpy arrested Charles Bhelton.
Joseph Heoges Uurton Snyder and
(Jwyn Snvder. each under 92 years of
age. for attempting to wreck an In-
owing Missouri Pacinc liaasenger
train by placing a crosstie on the
main track In the local yard The
tie was discovered hi time and a wreck j
waa prevented The men told the po-
tin tHt their object was not robbery
but merely a desire to see what would
Board of Health
' Js RcenChargiiij; Arhitrary
i.xaiiiiiiiiiMHi rue icbpiic
Acooi.llng to (he in i! h'Kdl tdl. ul iii
i.uthrie Proliaie JikIkc lioodrirhx d
i ision In the 'I A liiuktoau vx Dr
fl. Bh'irpe caxe Ih uhsol itel in ton-
f't-manee with the Isw and iJ right
'i be suui'-h nf Oklahoinu wttpulate
1'iat the bici'l of medital exau.luerK
jlull ihare 'or exaniinalmn fe
I'liev have he 'i ctiurtbiK l!" ami t'le
plainllft in this case refi.sed to pay it
taking it into eon ii csterdday and
having it decided in his favor
The Mtatiiii-s also Riven the board
i h right ft make their own rule
I'.'-riilai;..;. In IiuIiIIiik these
i inns aud the contention of the
unts It that they had the authority ae-
(dlug to this provision of tbe law
to fix the fee.
But the law plainly provides that
h anamination fee shall be $'. It Is
ta Id lhat the defendant will carry the
an Into the di'-iri'-t court
"It la ouiu posltl." said a terri-
torial oKithtl toiay "ibst the board
has t teretepptd ihe boundary of tlte
law a little lu mi-Wing ibis large of
)tc for ntHilcal exan iuatlon This is
.ii. private opinion from what I can
gather from the sututee. I do think
however that our law la lame en that
msUtei. and tb&t U ought to he amend-
ed at the coming srdon of the legis-
The law now provide that the sec-
retar of the hoatd who Is i E. R
Cowdrlck of Enid shall be paid 80
as a aalary per year and ? W per year
tor expenses. The other two members
of the board shall be paid 'the xaml-
nation fee and $ 100 caeh per year f-
expenses. Thla Is as far as the law
goea aa to what they should ch n:e
Where theyx have gotten the privi-
lege to charge a fee of s."0 is a nvn-
terv Should tH case be carried fur-
ther an Investigation proliahly will be
made and It Ik urdcrstOTd. tt is the
desire of the territorial officials to
lutve the ma'ter probed to the core
RURAL TELEPHONE SERVICE.
Is Spreading Rapidly Throughout the
The rural telephone service in Okln
noma Is spreading rapidly and It will
be only matter of a few years until
everv home wl'l be connected Nearlv
everv day charters are being grantel
by the secret ar; of the territory to
companies organized by farnnrs who
desire to have the 'olei.'i.one n their
homes Todav a charter was Issue I
to the Grand Valley Co-operative Tele-
phone company of Waklta with a cap-
llal stock of $800 The Incorporators
are- R. P.. Hmlth. William Barr and
l. D. Jones
CRESCENT PEOPLE HERE.
Tell About Big Woodmen Initiation on
Night cf Dec 17.
A. K. Hnlllday. A U. dtohnuah and
William Drown nf Cresoeut are In the
city today. Mr. Holllilny ny that the
Crescent Modern Woodmen are pre-
uarlnit for a big time one week from
tomorrow night. They will Initiate a
class of fifteen members into the mys-
teries of the order The (luthrle
Woodmen are Invited to attend.
Deputy State Consul Shenrer. of Outh-
He has promised to be present and
help in the work.
FOR MAINTENANCE OF
Prominent Guardsmen Con-
fer With Gov. Ferguson
on Militia Topics.
Colonel Moy V. Iioffmau of C handle.
CapUln Charles P. Barrett of Shawne".
Captain Prd H'iuter of Oklahoma
City. MaHr It. It Jayne of Lidnond
and a nuntlter of other officers of the
Oklahoma NaUoiwI Quard asatvclatlon.
are in the city far the purpose of call-
ing on Coventor I'ergjon and hold-
ing g meeting 16 dlactus certain ques-
tions perts'nlng o ;he welfaie of the
It Is iii' rc than prohatle that the
asHoctat Km w'li aik fur special leuiH
latioo itu- tue iikianoina Nati.mui
uuaru. mat a larger appropriation is
needed has jce-i hinted fioni oih r
Hotutes Consideiatile uvuiey in re
pnrej to maintain armories and It Ih
probable that the ahsocatn will ask
the leKlslature to appropriate a sntiK
IK i It- sum foi
''taiich ' f tbe
be support '.f ihli
association which wsb fonn l
rioi'ie'iino silo hv tlm OHuln ii h Na
'ieiial timiil Ih vvoi'tlng harl i cet
I hi- letcislai nr- io u nlt them up
tain Barn ti of Miawuce in (be prcxi
dent of it. orniiiiiatlon ami WIi i
Ferguson ! Outhrle in secit-uiv
tMWeC That 1 Key Lest Monsv on
i Ay Aaaeflagad rrae.
Pbiladslp'ila Pa Vee. U The
Neaflo tt Levy Mhlpbullding comiiiy.
i one of the jIiPsi "oocerns of .he Kln-I
i i'ic eoiin rv assivMd Hla It U
uti !' st fwxi fiuan-'ial loss on work for
the v. virnmmt caused the emlarraaa-
Teat YRIAL OW Ifc EARNEST.
(Uy Associated S"es )
New Vork Pot ).- The trial of Kan
PatterHon the actress heggjt In earn-
est today a Jury having been seewed-
The court room waa again crowded
HONEST AVOCATDON BY
MAINTAINED FOR A YEAR
Was Implicated in Number
Remarkable Double Career
of a Chicago Man Ends
in His Arrest and
(By Assoalated Preoe.)
Chlcaqo Ml. Dec 9 -Acting by day
as superintendent In the printing de-
partment of a IotI n-nnuructurlnt:
company and -it night trie part of
hit;hwavriin I. said to have been the
careei of EMw-ird M Clark now under
arrest A'coidinr to IiIh cutftsslun
he has plaved ihe variet rote for i
year lie has almitted being linpll
rated In Sv-veial heldups vvhlih have
puxled ibe police Herbt r llovs also
a urii.tei vv.ii taken Into custody a
an at complin C'lnik's borne Is hand-
winie'y liiruished anil he has borne :i
good rtt ulatlon.
MARKET AGAIN STEADY.
(By Associated Pi ess.) t
New Vor .. Dec Soon after tho
stock marl el opened toda price werir
steadv and in some iduireg there were
Fedrral Jsll Nete.
Grant I'l.ilins nd j A McDouuli
were reeH'f from tuu led)-ral Jail
Unlay both bjivlnn serve I Hi-iutnci- n
the ihrge'of "dlHt' "lnK
'Deputy Joe Mcfbilre ranu in fion-
lta'stnn 'bis morning with lew IJrotmn
and Alliert UlalTe Tliev were arrest
ed on a charge of Mclllng wljiskv to
LEFT PROPERTY IN
CHARGE OF RELATIVE
Whom .lames Wilson Now
Accuses of Throwing
lu ihe piobate co-n: n.nav ho c
of Jamei V.I I son v K.lwunl -sii.
i hBltpll a(. (r.d The cause for act u n
j H tht. recovery of S'U on irfpen .
plawi h. defendant s thuige dur
j jUK lle mmr. atnre fiom 'I
Jau.es Wtlm n !s thi- man who wan
appri bended lUmt three tMi m
and taken oii. to MiHhoun on t
ehsrue of nun u- vvhliti jin eoirinf'
tea xhoiilv :i" i: he tlvil kui I h
defeiiilan' M ilm'l'jh Is bin brotliei
Inlaw ami tiie pl.tltulfi rntisiii i-el Im
I a safe person to lea't bis pioter'v i"
' charve ct
The piai-ntift i proporn fmHiatcil r
a farm II"-- hi -k mi'I uiIht rsjnui
heUmk'InH aiuout'tliiK to uini'iiu'
like liM The piai:itift claine t
that only a p 'mori f ttii was turn
back to him after be had b u par Uu
ed an I retemed to his farm in ('
The cne had not been di uleii ji
o'clock 1 l.e attorne) -i an Tlbbi"
and Wls'iv for the pl-Umlf and A If
Huston f - the defendant
YODAV'S COTTON MARKET.
3ed Cotton ... It N ta M
Lint Cotton . . 6 IS U 0 6e
(Furnlihed by Houghton A
Douglas Cotton Ola Co.)
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