The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 119, Ed. 1, Saturday, December 10, 1904 Page: 1 of 12
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Tae Guthrie Daily Leader
THE ONLY EVENiNQ ASSOCIATED PRESS PAPER IN OKLAHOMA TERRITORY.
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA. SATURDAY DECEMBER. 10. 1901
WICK FOR LOANS
SIGNATURES WERE FORGED
nounced semiofficially Ux'ay that Mm.
Chad wick would not war eMRil na-
tion in face ot the latest development
at Cleveland and probacy would re-
main he to fight out her case.
Startling Assertion Made by
Another Alleged Confession
by Banker Beckwith Said
to Contain Shocking
Mian Kfffe Lovell is seriously itt.
The county Jill is Jn fearful conili'
The grand jury failed to find the
W. H Mcflarver (col.) Is going to
Fnllls to stny.
An engagement of long Mainline line
FAVORABLE REPORT ON
Senate Committee on Territories Takes Up Measure
for Consideration-Canvass; Convinces Its Friends
That Bill Will be Fkvorably Reported.
prisoners arc jujparrilet insomuch as
the Jail ha uo lire protection. They
recon. mended Unit the chlmnexs be re-
built of brick ant stone The absence
of the Jaltf r it the tline or the inspec-
tion caused the lary to criticize hin.
since there was much danger In crse
of Are as the prisoners ould not be
releastMl The bedding was complain-
ml of and the jury re sonitnemled that
tt he overhauled and replenished. An
other matter wtuplalned of whs that
separate cell have 1-een provided by
the county cotnmUslcuieri for female
A N O T II E R J A PANE S K
VESSEL SUNK BY SUB-
PART OF CREW RESCUED
.The foundation for
building is completed.
tBy Associated Press.)
Cleveland O. noc. 10. The Plnlrt-
dealer sov: ' When contents of the
box of securities hold Tor Mrs. Chad-
wick bv Ira Reynolds are revealed It
will be found that the sltinnture of
Ardrew Carncglo has nppnrentlv booa
forged on notes and othor papers to
the total cmount of thlrteon million
seven hundred nnd fifty thousand dol-
lars. The securities hold by Reynold
together with those that wore held by
the Citizens National bank of Oberltn
nnd those which have already been
made public. aggregate lids amount.
The securities hnld ny ftoynolds In
trust consist of tho following; Note
for the sum of nvo mllllrins hearing
the signature of Andrew Curnoglo;
certiflcato of trusteeship which stntoa
that Andrew 1'r.rneglo has In his pos-i.i.c!-n
storks ?nd bonds to the amount
of aevec million Ave hundred thousand
dollars heM ly him in trust for Mrs.
Chrdwick. 1Mb papor also boars tbo
nlfmntut of Carnegie.
"These securities lmvo neon the prin-
cipal basis on which Mrs. Chadwlck
Iibr conducted her flnnnctnl system
and on which she borrowed sums
which it Ih concedd run up to millions
and are positively known to eveed
one million The securities are the
rock which wrecked the Oberlln 'ntnk
and taused the ruin nt hundreds of
families and loss to busine" r.'en al-
most without number. It is the frank-
iv epressed opinion of reputable
lawyers who have examined the secur-
ities that tiny are not worth a cent
Tr Is learned thai while Reynolds loan-
ed Mrs. f had-iok all he possessed his
ontnnsleinents do not Involve h.s
The Palace store Is getting In a big
fresh stock it clothing.
lSninrr Poster -ounty attorney or
Lincoln canity. Is In tho city.
Dr. .1. W .Duke soys "authrto is the
-ealthlest city In the territory."
Joe Wluton and Judge So ward are
preparing tr. build oa Kim rtrcet.
The newly olertod county officiate
filed their rospectlvu bonds yesterday.
Ono of the legislators from this dis-
trict has recelvol 2.1S nppllcnt.ons for
The Nobragkn Clothing stare will
1 oscuty the Sov-ortl rocm on Bast
13d Trap) filed his bon t as clerk yes-
terday. Joe McKeown will be Trnpo's
leputv Trapp Is uow visiting In Kan-
Vnlney Hlggonhnlham came !n from
Spring ale township tocray with a load
of prnpktns. He left ono nt The
Le.ider office weighing 34 pounds.
Speotal to Dally Leader. J Those In charge say that the only tllf-
Washtngtan D C Dec 10. The lenity which they expect to encounter
senate committee on. territories met tft a filllluister against securing a vote
oday and immediately took under con- hy ttepubllcan sennlom who are piqued
slderatlon the H"dey-HanilUon state- nnd affronted by the course followed
hood bill. J Up to tins time lit urging statehood
A canvass of the committee con- legislation
vlnces tne inwoca'es of statehood thnt There Is reasonable assurance that
there are enough fi lends of the Hodey- ue tntahood bill will be taken up tin-
Hamilton bill to get It reported favor- hiedlately after the holidays nnd will
ably A complete and what is hoped Wnnln the unfliilsheJ business of tits
to lie an accurate canvass of the en- """"to "ntil dTsfmsod of. This being
tire senate membership is being made "10 one' flnnl cttoi soems assured
to ascertain what th-i faie of ihe bill u cnn inl ue 11 Ulnt " some qunr-
will be when It goes to a vote on tho ter t' -w8o-tion has been made
l00r. thnt the slntehool bill as unfinished
Friends or u:Iioorf nt this session """"lain. '& to be usee as a burfor to
m:r that tin mvv&w lias alruntlv l'nrd ofl" 'UidanlmMe Relation op-
WALTER FFRGUSON APPEARS.
progressed to a point where there Is
reasonable assurance that It cnn piisi.
Sonutor Aldrich Republican leader In
the senate has given his word within
ihe post forty eight hours thnt no ok-
j stack will be pirt In the way of U
I bill which he cnn prevent. This
j -nean much more than woutu nptraar
on the surface for It Is takn to mear
.hat he speaks not only for himself
1 out fot the t"en whe hne roughl so
' hanl nnd strenuously against four new
htaiex being added to the lln.on but
are now willing that the four territor-
ies shall be joint 1 into 'wo sluies.
posed by the lenler Statehood ndvo-
tates suy im: whilo It may servo this
purpose In part they arc satisfied that
Senator Aldrich mid other lending sen-
ators tue taking it up In good fatth
In DIsautse With a Luxuriant Growth
v.'alter P rauson cario up this tHorn-
ing from Norman where Tie Is a stu-
dent at the university and when he
appeared oa the streets "the boys"
began wondering what hnit gone wrong
with tho writer of "Over tho Tea-
Cups" stories. His fnco f sprinkled
with bunches ot frlst-liltton fuze hers
and there like tho velvet on a groan
penok On each corner of his chin
are auburn hrlstlos. three In a spot
protecting over his tender dimples as
if Woodbury's prescription had beon
used without an nppllcattnn of rasor-
ism for at lenst twenty feur hour. Af-
ter having .'need inanv peopk- who
hnnllknew him Walter oxplnlnod Ho
said thnt he mndo a bet that it (tin
"Terrlblo Sweies" bent the Universi-
ty In the Thanksgiving taut ball ycMue
he would not shave until Christmas
" IniM stuck liy his bar unswervingly.
The barber that shaves him after
Christina- will time u Job to find his
Belief That End of Port
Arthur is Near
Japanese are Attempting to
Sink IJ.very thin r
Afloat in the
Washinoton D. C Duo. 10. The
senate commute on territories at the
meeting today decided to postiwne ac-
tion on the statehood bill until next
week. The hill was rend and discuss-
ed but owing to the absence of some
or the men-net's action was nut taken
After the met-tlng Senator Beveridge
sni'l the committee undoubtedly would
take favorable action on the bill. An-
other meeting will be hold Monday.
(By Bsoolatcd Press.)
Toklo Deo 10 Tho Japaoeso
cruiser dnfyen struck u mine and
ank Nomuler 30. The majority of
the crew was rescued. Fifteen offi-
cer nnd 175 men woie rescued. Cni-
tnln TaJImu ami thirty-eight other of-
ficers wont dewn with tho ship.
LOCAL LAND OFFICE.
JURY OUT TWENTY MINUTES.
Returns Verdict lr Favor of the
Have Two Important Cases For
Two women are having such a fierce
qiwrmi rvtr a ocrtuln Onthrie man'
that in- is nelMug to y like Port Ar-!
tluir he dtea'l krow one day hom
hn will belonr to the next !
Expect a CrowtfiCondemned jaii
Uuslness nt ihe local land office luvs
been quiet this week only one ciso
having boen heard and no decision
has been rendcrod as yot on that
Mat Monday a hutulng In tho Mc-
Namnrrn vs Morguii cuse watt had
Tills case Involves n tract of hind near
i Dale. Pottawatomie county. The
I The Wilson vs. Stobaugli ease con- . ff1. nriUvi la ntlMMl nHr.riiv .r
sumed -ill of vesterdav arternoon and tcttlemeiit
the arooiu- ponlon of this rorenoon li Two rn8e Hre get for ncxt wotlK.
Ihe proliate court About noon today Th VrniMn vs Cuimlngh.sm i-onlest.
the Jury went out and returned In less vmuk lmul near Poncn City will
than 2n minutes with a verdict In fa- bt Docer.ibr 1J Already 438
or of the defendant. J tvpewrlf.-n jms-. of testlmnnv hno
i Htn taken In this matte-. The action
KEEN INTEREST IN THE
TjJaCII ERS CONVENTION
Bart Murphy has filed his bond as
Hlierir He will a.rfuu e tiis new du-
ties Jan 1st. Chne. dler will be his
office deputy and Robert Myers under t
sherirr it is probable Mf. ceuw w' indications That Eully 1000
le turnkey ... . .
Educators Will he in
WERE MARRIED THURSDAY.
Culled Bankers IWth Pron.ises.
Cbcrllr Dec. 10. The confession of
Prfsident Dwkwith now In poaslsslou
of the feleral authorities Is a story so
Guthrie People S;ek Matrimonial Bliss
at nnahma c.Hv. ! Prof F I?. B'lok ot the Outhrle
schools said tciay that eciy indie.'
Tim marriage of air. Victor Long lon pointed to the heal.-i an. ml
GRAND JURY SUBMITS
Unsafe and Unfit Place
Which to Confine
Federal Jail Nctes.
B F Child am' V. II Williams
who have -(rved nine months term
in ihe fede.ui tail for pnsmlTice embee-
xli'tncnt were released this morning
Oeputy W H Jaktion canm In last
ni(tht with Hsiry Urooks from Paw-
huska. Hr.oUs is charged with as
Is lroiiht fm Hilled fraudulent e.itry
on the part of tho eontestee.
The rcdunrd vs Morris contest
over a traet ot Ian 1 lyinjr near Ponca
Oity is ulfo set for Peeomuer 12. One
hundred oagas of t vm-w rltren tosll-
tnotiy have beea taken in this onse.
"Snoneiism" is alleged
and Miss Lllllc Davis or Guthrie licence at tin- wnning teaclier meennr
Oklahoma City Ust Thursdny was to be held In this city during; the noli-
i.i . ATr until train- Mr 1 mut ta .lavs of anr r.mvc-ntlon eViffkl.DWll i 1
startling a f. be slinost unbelievable. flimr Uymg ulnt mlle Oklahoma I.efore His rMp.ni f.
The unequivocal statement Is made
thut the means by which Mrs Chai'-
wlik eoiii"d Immenser ans was by
her written promise that the Citizens
nank would n made trustee Of ike Ave
million dollar estate which has Just
been reelcd as a myth In this writ-
ten promise T.Irs. Chadwlck promised
President Beckwith and Cashier
Spears to receive ten thousand a year
each for their trouble and the Dank to
be Klven f'Ttv thousand dollar wdien
the loans had all been pttd bark. Mrs I
Chad wick calmed the rears of these
bankers with the claim that sne was a GOT
lelatlve of Andrew Carnegie
Spent Another Night in Prison.
New Yerk Dec 10. After a Qm of
disagreement with her counsel as to
whether she should waive examination
and go ti Cleveland. Mrs. Chadwlck
Anally consented to remain another
night in the Tombs but expressed tlio
hope that she might leave oday.
Mrs. Chadwlck had made up tier
mind to Ignore the advice of her local
are that Gut brie is a central point and
that there has ben a large lurreawe In
the teaching force of tbe territory
I belie there will he fully 1 oen
teacher here ai ihe commtr aa) la
tion meet lag" said Pwrf. Buck. while
there wer" only bout iW at Oklaho
iv.h ritv last ye4r OiUhrle Is mroe
r-ntrallv located and many of the
techr of the north and west wli
did U'i down ihere will come here
I have rceled many letters of tnqnlrv
about the meeting. aUo many reqinfts
for pruprams. shrwln that there ih
helnf.' a widespread Interest taken' in
) "I iiniitThtHiul that all of ihe mom
x e tt t i ' ' of ih" comn.lttee on arrangements
Owners of Bank are Among . K . 'a.
-... and program have gottcu hundreds of
Wealthiest Men of Woods .lPn ajiklllg about the mwstg.
County. ' -The fact that Outhile has won such
I renown ai t town of unequalled hos-
pitalitv and royal entertainment will
southeast of Gutb ie and the bride U
the daughter of Mr. and 'Mrs S. B
Oavis 21 SoHh Drexel. Both arj
sell Known young people and havo a
h'mr of friends whs extend a world of
Kx.d wiahet Mr. and Mrs. Long will
reside on s Imrm sutheast ot Ue city
AWAY WITH TWO
1'robKto Judge Goodrich Issued mir-
rlage licenses today to the following
Cldef .fustic. Hurtor.1 I......I .. or. M"0" "" filling. WUI -ary
tei t.Him to ihe effect that Judge Pan-
c vmII be on tho bench in the Lo
tcun county district court next wedc
$388)00 Has Been Received by S;rc-
i S!iui.tn1 ti naltv TuiHar.
-. - m.. n another drawluK card. The pro
1 Inoersell Okl D lu Burglars ' "
... . - T ar.un h longer better and more Inter-
eutered '.h-' Farr'rs batik ot Lambert "
I aa.Imu .l.an MAVam PkrH. anil wr Uflll
..... . .....- ...- -. - l mi.li nt lro Jnnmllul id. r""" m-fi "-i . -.w ..
counsel Mers. Carpenter & Powers .. be prrpared In every way U give the
and go to Cleveland to stand trial -"----.'-' .-.--.
when late in tin afternoon she recelv-' 'y .hat officer have cauglil oa. of
ed a telegram from Cleveland ' robb n ' ol" -
counsel. Judge Albaugh. asking her
not to return to Cleveland just yet
This telegram caused her to remain
Mrs. Chadwlck spent the greater
pi-t of the time In the corridor in
front of her cell She talked to those
who called to see her. Most ot her
visitors remained with her as loag a
th prison rules would permit
May Fight CaTeV New York.
New 'Ycrk. "Dec. 10. It was an-
KILLS FCL'R HORSES.
Territorial Veterinarian Finds Many
Diseased Horses at Altus.
Territorial eterinariac L. D. Brown
-(.nt- in a (.iu-kt' ts-ftr is &Bji . '
riS'. is ivjvik Srsj s" aivwivini;
Morris stating that he bad killed four
horses at Alius. Oreer count y. which
were affected with the glanders lie
also say that he has found a good
many horses In that vicinity with the
visiting pctajtogues tbe full benefit "
their trip io th" capital city "
A ommtttee has Immhi appointee bv
i he Oorcnercisl club to receive dona-
tion to defray the expstrfWJ of the
meet In and. tt Is understood that
thev are dolna successful work In get-
ting the necessary money. This ter-
ritorial teachers association meet In ;
' will so down In history as the jtrestest
cathertna of educational people ever
held in the West.
William Gregory vt Topoka was la
tho city yesterday.
and .Indue Halner the following week
ludue Iiwin adjourned court at -o'chKk
this riornicn and retutued to
Claience Hawk against whom th'
grand jurv reiuined an indict mem on
d -lis me or hurrlury had his case set
for next Tuesday. I
Char!e Thorn '.h charted with nmr
dv aftei having nu case resnbmltte i '
i to the .-rar.d jury was airutMied anil
i plead not Mitliy
Will Andrews the man wlio l
I chrt(ed with having ' kei ibi pocle'
' of a farii.i Iiiiiiik ih cuiiivul i.i ihis
I elt 'im ri'ii w u u tried ii. :: i
Lew iJinwn. irnlictt).! on a clmrve of j
I forgery. pl hi! guilty and was si'iitenc
I ed to one kui in ihe penitentiary
Tht ni.ii'(i Jniy y-wterdny complete I
it work foi :hc irrl'ot and madc
! ieior li was dUntleii to In; en
paneled mi Dei vi as a feUetl giand
Juiy If foii'id to be iiiBllfV'l. The re-
nal of tht strand Juiy ix directed prin-
'ilpally at the county Jail and '. signed
by J M! Prooks. foreman. It is In
part as follows:
' We aie f ilu opinion that ihe said
ounty Jh" i. dihiuee to the coub-
ty of ogan i!u' Is an ui.safe and mi
At place iu which to connne prisoners
deprived of their liberty The build-
ing Itself in old. In fact u mere shack;
it is not roomy urouicti and while
rom altera! ion whlih we shall sug
gest later -night be done to make it
saore nt for prisoners to live In. vet as
a whole we sro of tbe opinion that
HOtlilnft onitM be doiie with it to put
it In proper shape in which to confine
The Jury prenouueed the sanitary
conditions of (ho Jail bad. They werf
of the opinion that the lives of the
Alice WUle. si-! 1 of Mullull; Vlr Fred I.. Wenrei secr.iarv or n
gll 9. Smith age 25 of Crescent an I ! schoo' laud commissi) ;i announced to
Mary F. Favor aft 2 . of Mulhall. day that 4 -1 .OOo had been received
up to date from the scho'd land lesseei
of Oklahoma in payment of the leaxc
vn tfvri) ( cutciAV - i? i
CONGRESS IN SPRING
j due for the fiscal year beginning Juno
I SO. 1MI and ending July 1. 1906. He
considers this a rood showing for lean
than Mix months if the vesr. the leis'HM
having nearly thnt length of lime !
But President May Call One
Next Fall to Revise
pav the remainder. Mr Wen nor pre
litts that lefore the end of December
the ofice will have received IKKi.lO'l
which lacks only $50.0(H) of Ik-Iok thi
entire airount due
CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION.
(Br Associated Press.-)
Wa-higton D C Dec 1- Tho
pH'linni iMiiioniieei today timi ihere
wih lie no Miordlnnr) sesi.m of
hhi;ii luxt i rlliK for ie;nlou ut the
i a lit. Tbo question of an extmordl
nary sesai'.n next fall is In alM-vsuce.
Drug Company Was Chartered
Today by Its C Miens
A chatter was .ranted today to the
Muilins Diug company of Hominy
w iih s capi'al mock of I'. SIM) The i.i
corMratirs are Ira Mullins. presi-
dciii Frederick Drun-mood. vice presi-
dent and f reutiss Price secretary all
of llomlur '
The little town of Hooiiuy U araw
li'K Kvc.y lay according to lu cKJ-
ii' there are new enterprises being
added to tbe business elsment. Today
several Hominy people were In Guth-
rie and tbey were doing some flatter-
ing talking about their town.
Beirp Held T-cay For Departmental
Frank Saiber IojhI civil service
commlasioiier. is huldiiiR an exnmlna
tiou today for I ookkeeper in tbe de
port in miIhI Hrlce "ne applican' l
taking the examliiailun How '"
leiuxTiten of White Kagte who got i
special penult from the govenunent t
take the work
Mr Saiher announces that thiro
will be a eler--errler examination for
position h In tlia Outhr" ;. vtoffice.
held In thnt city Decemlier SI Thirty
applies 'Ions have been received up
to date for this and. It la expected tho
applications will run as nigh as fifty
O TODAY'S COTTON MAP.KET. O
O Seed Cotton t 00 te $2 20 O
O Lint Cotton ... S 16 to f. 65 O
O (Furnished by Houghton ft O
O Doufclas Cotton Din Co.) O
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