The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 108, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 31, 1905 Page: 1 of 8
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The Guthrie Daily Leader.
All tho News
All the Time
AH the People
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA WEDNESDAY MAY 81 1605
TENSIVE TOUR OF THE
RAILROADS ARE GRATIFIED
Don't Want Congress Tink-
ering With Rates.
(By Associated Press.)
Washington D. C May 31. On ac-
I count of pressure from senators and
I representatives in congress and his
Iowa desire to visit several Southern
statos early in the fall in acoordanoe
with promises that have been out for
a long time it Is regarded as likely
that President Roosevelt will otter
labandun his plan to assemble oongreeg
lin special session or postpone tho date
lot the meeting until the middle of
INovembor as suggested by Speaker
Tho opposition to a special session
comes from members who are favor-
Sable to rate-making legislation as well
las from those who oppose It. Elec
tions will be held In many states the
aiming fall and this Is one reason
eadTs of both parties ere talking
JLgamsf an extra session this year.
ptbcr3 are antagonistic to a special
l.ovsion for personal reasons while still
Uirrs jpo no necessity for it.
It i3 pointed ou Uhat there will bo
plenty of time between December
vhen congress will assemble In ac-
ordanco with the constitutional re-
ulrement. and tho summer months for
bo consideration of any and all sub-
oct3 which the president may desire
3 call to the attention of tho l&w-
ankers and that thoro Is no pressing
iaaon for in early meeting eithbr for
iterstate commerce legislation or a
avision of the tariff. Two years ago.
jhen Cuban reciprocity was under
ansldaration. tho prostdont had plan
ed to convene congress in October
ut he was induced to name a date lm-
iodlately following the elections In
ovember It Is understood that be
ill announce before he leaves Wash-
ton nest month Just what he intends
do. . ...
BAY EXONERATE HYDE
I'ircctors of Equitable Life
Company are Holding Im
(By Associated Press.!
New York May 31. Ono of the most
Iportant meetings in tho history of
Equitable Llfo Assurance society
I which James W. Alexander Is presl-
Int and James H. Hyde vlco presl-
Inr was held here today by tho di
lators. Tho public can Judgo of the
lcrw'o of tho mooting from the
it t'ja. . began at 11 o'clock this
lrntng Instead of 3 in the afternoon
usual hour of the sessions of the
lard of directors of the company.
fra is little definite information ob-
nable regarding the meeting but It
stated by a lawyer who has been
unmently connected with the af-
rs of the society ever since its
inil.il became public that as a result
ilia Besion James II. Hyde will
!bably be exonerated from the
.rgei of Illegally uBlng the com-
liy'a funds whkh have been made
l.inut him by some of the directors
"tin purpose of the meeting 1kw
was to receive the report of the
k Inveetlgatin? committee and
some steps regarding the future i
oageiuent of the company. That
; fight between the opposing factions
mg the directors is being waged as
lerly aj ever is evident although
lie harmonizing Influences "-e said
liave been brought to bear upon the
gonlsts by William Kelson Crom-
ff. acting for tne peaceful element
.he society It is understood that
Ung of a disagreeable nature can j
come before the public without
foment; no matter how savagely
fight is waged beneath the sur-
If James H. Hyde Is exonerated.
thought that the resignations of
Indent Alexander and Second Vice
Udent Taruell will follow.
GOING TO PHILIPPINES.
(By Associated Press.)
ft.n Franciseo CaU May 31. The
sport Sheridan sailed from this
far the Philippines today carry-
the oftieera and men of the 1st
Ldroa of tho Seventh cavalry.
ti. s rr-
' a. k
Among the officers are Drig.-Gen. Jas.
A Buchannan recently promoted;
Brig.-CJen. Edward Davis retired;
Major Williams and Ool Butler D.
Pierce of tha'Slxteenth infantry. Rev.
Father Joyce recently assigned aa
chaplain to the 14th cavalry waB also
CAPT. CLIFFORD RESIGNS.
(By Associated Pess.)
Washington D. C.f May 31. The
president has accepted the resignation
of Capt- WiillamAl. Clifford Marine
corps and lC.beoame effective today.
He was appointed a first lieutenant in
the Marine corps in July 1809 and
made a captain in 1903.
Washington D. c May 81. The
resignation of Second Lieutenant
Charles H. Pulton Philippine Somite
want Into effect today. Lieutenant
Pulton l a native of Missouri and was
commissioned in the Philippine Scouts
In March 1903. Prior to that time he
served seven years as private corporal
and sergeant in Troop A 1st regular
ALPHONSO HOLDS RECEPTION.
(By Associated Press.)
Paris May 31. King Alphonso of
Spain who is visiting here today held
a public reception at the Spanish em-
bassy to the Spanish colony of Paris.
It waa a 'brilliant affair.
A ROBBERY ATTEMPTED
Midnight Prowler Scared at
Ring of Tele
fiunday night about twelve o'clock
an unknown person attempted to break
Into the residence of Mrs. R. E. Hous-
ton on Bast Noble avenuo. Mrs. Hous-
ton is a widow and lives alone with
her young son. Her husband was kill-
od in tho Philippines soveral years ago.
Tho little boy waB 111 Sunday and
tho mother was up caring for him
whoa she heard some ono prowling on
Mrs. Houston immodkitoly telephon-
ed -for tho police but the porson ovl-
Idontly was frlsTiUmed by tho Tinging
oi tno puono xor no -loit tno nouso ac
onco and had ontlroly disappeared!
when tho polico arrlvod at tho resi-
dence. EXAMINATIONS AT WEST POINT.
(Bv Associated Press.)
West Point May 31. -The annual ex
aminations of the corps of cadets will
begin tomorrow and continue from day
to day until completed. The board of
advisors to the military academy ap
pointed by the president and members
of both houses of congress arrived to
day. On each day of the examinations
there will be outdoor military oxer-
oleoe by members of tho Ant class.
BIG FOUR STOCK INCREASED.
(By Associated Prose.)
Cincinnati Ohio May 31. A special
meeting of the stockholders of the
Cleveland Cincinnati Chioago and St
Louis railroad was held horo today to
act upon the recommendation recently
mado by the directors to increase the
capital stock from 188700000 to $40-
000000. The new issuo will be used
to pay for Improvements and not for
tho acquisition of other properties. The
remainder will bo Issued at future
dates as needed by tho company.
ACTORS HOLD CONVENTION.
(By AsfuchUed Press.)
New York May 31. The annual con-
vention of the Acton' Church Alliance
began here today. It was attended by
a number of prominent actors who are
in the city at present many of whom
are on their way to Europe for their
MORE TWIN CITY COMMON STOCK
(By Associated Press.)
Elizabeth N. J. May 31. At a spec-
ial meeting of the stockholders of the
Twin Itty Rapid Transit company held
.n1 tody the capital stock was In-
crad frn 120.000.000 to $26000000.
tne Additional $5000.00 to be common
. vn w w . uw
in paying for extensions of tne sys-
tem recently authorised by the cities
of St. Paul and Minneapolis.
TO MEET QUEEN WILHELMINA.
(By Associated Press )
New York May 31. The minister
from the Netherlands to the United
SUttes and Mate Van Swlnderen. sail-
i ml tndav for TEurnna Mr. Van Swln.
deren will present his American bride
to Queen Wllbelrolna during their stay
abroad. She was Miss Elizabeth Olov-
- only daughter of Mr. and Mr.
Charles Glover of Washington
(By Associated Press.)
Philadelphia Pa. May 31 The
board of directors of the Pennsylvania
railroad today issued cheeks for the
regular semi-annual dividend of 3 per
cent of 3 1 80 a share on the eapUa!
stock of the eotBPiy.
NEAR AT HAND
NAVAL DEFEAT REVIVES
STRONG TALK OF
REMAINS WITH OYAMA
To Deal the Last Crush-
(By Associated Jress.)
St. Petersburg Maj 31. The Asso-
ciated Press Is Informed that all the
ministers with the exoept'c of the
minister of war and row . vi ul-
moualy favor the oonolti ot .vr-so.
This forenoon the emper- imced
Admiral Alexleff and ail U ministers
to an extraordinary council.
Washington D. C May 81. Thir
teen war vessels sunk Including the
battleships Alexander III. and the
Borodino two of tho prides of the Rus
sian navy; six other vossels captured
Including the battleship Orel and
Nlohola II. also prides of the Russ'an
navy; the rest of the great armada
seat by the czar to Japanese waters
to turn the tide of battle put to rout
or captured; fierce fighting now going
on between the scattered ships and
the pitiless pursuers bearing Japanese
colors; Admiral Nebogatoff who was
in command of the third Baltic squad-
ron before he came under the com-
mand of Admiral Rojestvensky And
upward of 4000 seamen and marine
mode prisoners; Admiral Rojestvensky
sevorely wounded; In short the en-
tire fleet of more than fifty worships
of the csar practically annihilated and
Japan's losses only normal.
This Is the story of tfie greatest
naval battle of modorn times the story
of the onoounter betwoon the Russian
nid Japanese armadas and the set-
tlement for all time as to who Is su-
preme in the waters of the Ortont in
so far as these two nations aro con-
cerned But one Interpretation can be put
on this mute story. It Is that Russia
is a conquered nation and must now
sue for peace and make such terms as
the victors may be found willing to
great. That an early peace will be
the sequence of Japan's astonishing
victory over the Russian fleet is the
opinion of every hlght official every
ambassador and Important diplomat in
Washington. That President Roose-
velt will play an important part in the
pti.ee negotiations Unit must soon bo
opjrnetd. ofSclnl Jife in Washington
City is Braced for Another
Struggle "With Corrupt
(By Associated Press.)
Philadelphia Pa. May 31. Excite-
ment la this city Is at white heat over
the gas lease scandal and as tomorrow
approaches the situation grows more
and more acute. Mayor Weaver who
has attracted the admiration of citi
zens all over the country for the bold
stand which he has taken against the
ring" it Is understood today feel
that he will win in the council meeting
tomorrow. He is guided almost en
tirely In bis movement by ex-Secretary
of War Root although he has other
eminent counsel. Tomorrow the lease
will be sent to the council. Whether
the required three-fourths vote can be
obtained Is the point around which
the municipal battle rages. It Is
knowi tfst Mr. Weaver will veto the
lease with the United Qas company
and that the organisation Is making
the bitterest fight of its life to pass it
over the mayor's veto. The street
demonstrations which are held every-
where that Mr. Weaver appears are
the most remarkable In the city's his-
tory. Will Retire July 1
Wathington D. C Ma)' (1 After a
nnfer ni- with tlie pn.-iJt-rt today.
( r-iur Morton announced that he ex-
pected to rettro July flrat He declined
to iy whethor his succt-snor h d teen
d-cldtd ujxm He has determined hli fu-
ture plan but dit- not .re to ay at
tl.e moment what they ne.
MEETING IN NEW YORK.
(By Aaaoeialed Press.)
New York May 31. Plana Bare
bees perfected for holding a nsoMier
Bsaaa meeting ta this elty Umteit fit
Cooper Union In support of tho peo-
ple of Philadelphia in their fight
against the gee monopoly. Among the
speakers will be Charles Spraguo
Smith. It Fulton Cutting and a num-
ber of speakers will como over from
Philadelphia to attend tho meeting.
Senator John Hlcttam. of 101 ncno. Is
looking over ct.pl til city ground.
IN THE PUBLIC EYE.
The pioneer in the now vocation
fsimkeeaklnff.'l While lehdlng a
detachment of his men at Chicago dur-
ing the recent teamsters' strike he was
set upon by a body of strikers ami
sustained serious Injuries Including
the loss of an eye.
WARWIC K TO WNSITE
The order of Chlof Justice Durford
in the district court Chandler dur
ing the week to confiscate all the town
lots at Warwlok in Lincoln county
closes one of the most interesting
cases on Oklahoma court dockets.
Back of the townalte which was ex-
ploited In 1908 was the Monarch In
vestmnet company of Kansas ICty
Missouri an organisation composed of
several prominent business men of that
city. Robert J. Martin was president
J. H. Borders secreiary and R. L.
Evans E. C. Chambers and William
Kent members of the concern.
Tho plan followed by the company
In opening the townsItQ was as fol-
lows: All lots 1800 in number had
been sold at tho uniform price of 3S
cash with tho understanding that the
company would make known the plan
of distribution on the day of the open-
ing. When the opening day finally ar-
rived late In 1903 thero weretwelvo
hundred excited purchase)) of lots
present coming from almost every
stato In the Union. It woj announced
that a capital prise of the corner lot.
on whloh stood a shaok dubbed by
courtesy a bank building would be
awarded t tho lot purchaser who cam?
neareat guessing the number of head
of live stock sold on the Kansas City
exchange ou the previous day every
purchaser being entitled to a guess.
The person making the next best guess
would be allowed to select his lot from
all those remaining after the capital
prize waa awarded. The third beat
guesaer was to take second choice of
the remaining lots and so forth to the
end of the list. The guesses were be-
ing recorded when Sheriff Bill TUgh-
man of Lincoln cou.it y arrived on the
Under orders from Judge Bur ford.
who happened to be holding court in
Chandler at the time of the Warwick
Kue.ssing .natch the sheriff arrested
Martin Borders. Kent Evans and
Chambers and took them to Chandler
Jt.dge Burford held their operations
at Warwick to be In violation of the
govi-nrn - lottery laws and held each
of the arrested persons under 37S0
iiond to await the action of the grand
Jury A grand Jury was immediately
cine tried and Judge Burford gave
them inatruodous in the Warwick
case. All arrested parties were Indict-
ed Judge Burford also Instructed the
county attorney to bring suit in the
name of the territory to dulec title to
tti- 4H acres of land covered by the
townnlte said land to be sold and the
proceeds to go to the common school
fund. The Monarch company had $4-
000 as the results of one day's sale.
hTe caee has been In the Lincoln
county courts ever since until this
meek when County Attorney o Pater
dismissed the criminal charges apttaMSt
the officer of the eoaipaay and iaetted
an order that ail lota sold by the eom-
paay be declared eoagseated.
BOTH COMPANIES WOR-
RIED ABOUT MAKING
BONDS AT A DISCOUNT
Since Security Company
Will Not Take Them.
Paul Cooper territorial bank com-
missioner under a law pasted by the
recent legislature also haa charge over
the operation In the territory of all
building and loan companies domestic
or foreign. Any such company whloh
operate beyond the county In which
it Is organised and chartered must
give a bond of ten thousand dollars be-
fore It cam do business In Oklahoma.
Unless Uits bond Is given the attorney
general Is authorised to oust the com
panies from the territory.
Mr. Cooper eays totlsy that the build-
ing and loan companies aro having n
hard tlmo to make bond. The recent
legislature also passed an anti-trust
law. which requires all trust surety
guaraurfjr and fntellty co)npnlea to
make a cash deposit of fifty thousand
dollars with the territorial treasurer
before they can operate in the terri-
tory. Thus far only one security com-
pany has complied with this law and
therefore It is the only one which oan
execute bond within the territory.
Tills company refuses to make bonds
for btiildlttf- and loan companies under
the recent act and this decision forces
building and loan compaules to give
a personal bond. The surety company
holds that on account of the peculiar
phraseology of the building and loan
law. It can not with safety to itself
make bonds for such companies! Thus
far Mr. Cooper has not received a bond
from any building nud loan companies
and In all probability ouster proceed-
ings will be commenced against a
number of companies In the near fu-
ture. Because of the decision of the
surety company refusing to make
lwnds for the companies Mr. Cooper
will be as lenient as possible until they
have had an opportunity to make per-
Regarding the placing of the new
law Into effect Mr. Cooper anticipates
no trouble excepting with one building
ami loan company a Minnesota con-
cern which two years ago was fined in
Wisconsin courts for not complying
with the laws. The agent sof tills
company in Oklahoma are doing a
considerable business snd It is under-
stood the company has announced It
will fight tho iw.
Mr. Cooper announces general con-
dition of territorial banks good. He
has recently returned rom examining
a number of them In different parts of
the territory and says the conditions
are very satisfactory. He lias received
a notification from the Bank of La-
honm Increasing its capital stock
from 38000 to 310000. He Is also noti-
fied from Washington thtt application
has been made for a charter for the
Ftt-st National bank of Keokuk Palls.
In Pottawatomie county with $35000
capital stork and with the following
incorporators: J. II Everest aud O. A.
Mitscher of Oklahoma City; W. W.
Ives M J. Bentley and E H Everest
of Keokuk Falls
The Bank of Waukomls owned by
Scarboroughs & KogerH ban been sold
and an application Mel In Washington
to natluualUe. J. O aud B D. Bear-
borough and J. L. and M. E Reger
have secured a charter for the Bank
of Commerce of Pawhuaka with $10 -000
capital stock and wilt re-embark In
the banking business in the last
Mohonk Philosophers Have
Cure for all of World's
(By Associated Preaa )
Mohonk Lake N. Y. May 31. The
eleventh annual meeting of the Lake
Mohonk Conference on International
Arbitration began here today with
Judge George Oray of Delaware pre-
siding The meeting will be continued
until Juno 2 The purpose of the con-
ference is the promotion of Interna
tkHud arbitration through the educa-
tion and development of public sentl-
mwit gad opinio. Among the special
avtejects to be dlecuseed are the slg-
nifloance of the North Sea settlement
the proposed International conference
and tho probable nrter effeot of the
fallrue of arbitration treaties. In its
make-up the conference is thoroughly
cosmopolitan ombraoing mon and
women of reoognlxed standing and
ability from almost every walk of life
diplomats government official jur-
ists educators clergymen officers of
the army and navy philanthropies
etc. Among the speakora will be An-
drew D. White ex-minister to ar
many; Justice David J. Brewer. ox-
Senator H. O. Davis Justldo Ghas. B.
Elliott of the Minnesota supreme
court and a number of other no lee
SHORT CUTS TO NEWS.
One 'phone shortly.
Oood feeling over Jnp victory.
Ball club on the bum. Poor manage-
ment. "Oar Itoe will be self-sustaining from
Ui start" say John Shartel.
New park ball diamond rapidly dry
June ohureh wedding booked.
The ladies of the 0. A- R. are de
serving of all the credit for purchasing
the flagstaff end flag t tho Mnsonlo
temple The money for this purpose
was collected by these ladles.
SLUGGING IN CHICAGO
Grand Jury Begins Inquiry
Into Blackmail Charges
(By Associated Prosa.)
Chlaaoo May II. -Court prooaedlngs
and lexal steps In connection with tho
teamsters' strike went reaumod today
six men being cite to appear before
JmJts ftohbaat to answer cttartees of
violation of InjunetleHfc.
During the n I if tit James Spencer a
ICanaaa City nonunion driver wat at-
tached by threo men anil left tmeonaclaus
at a point in tre ouuklrts of the cltr-
Jlesults of a sensational character ilh-
ctoeln an alleged graft plot a system
of attempted Ijlaokmailltur -md the exist-
ence of a blaokllat are expected to
grow out of the strike Inquiry begun
by the grand jury. The Inquiry ulll 1m
directed nfulnat the employers an well as
tho striker. Htute'a Attorney Hnaly
uid thut he had been supplied with al-
Ieed graft evidence and he Intlniiited
that Indictments cliitrlng the attempted
shaking; down of employers by u!ke
leaders would be sought.
The plot Is said to Involve cirtiln un-
ion laUi leudei In itn attempt lu L.nixr
a settlement of the strike on tho piy-
ment of large amounts of money. For
the purpose of disclosing the exlstem u
of an alleged blacklist ttgutnst the strik-
ing expiMM wiigln drivers the lubur
leaders who make the assertion wll be
The general agents ot the express
companies subpoenaed as witnesses
were closely questioned about the charg-
es and directions that none of the strik-
ers should be reinstated
They were asked how they could pre-
vent the met seeking and securlrg ein-
ployminl In ether cities and If It were
not true that a ilt cont tilling a denotlp-
tlon of the men would necessarily have
to be kept to prevent ugents lr. other
cities from hiring the men. Tl.e wit-
netes In each Instance ore said to hne
en-phatlcally denied the oklsUncu of a
blucklmt. Htite'i Attor ey Heitly s.iy
that the Inquiry will be -horoufch tnd
that 'mPctn.an's will b .tong'it when-
ce or puss blc
iuilj'n- i-adcs hive l.i en further nf-fi'li-j
by the stilk. tn I it Is pr.'di t.il
thut k ic londltUnt lu this l:du try
iic not fur oft.
DiImih for u tilliiihri of udiiitlin.il
IuimIm i niii-anli n l ck d out to
di n K i onl. uk. i Willi the deel lou of
tin linn! rnieu's ihmiii itition Heiretnry
lli i iiinouiued ih it Ui of the meiii-b-
i tf i he i h til hn .xtipt one wtic
ill hulling with iiuuitiili n Jilviis
Infill it Mini i I ti- mnvUif licit
tin- MiK' of co'lu- 'lin ter'flU atiali
of Ho lii! f weckH h ik pluynl liioc
nli ii. -ir.um c unlit u id i until today
in I- ii vital ned of rest
Mi tl e bey; nn'nr ot tht n'likc Shea
ha In i n ul)Ji- n il to i strain tl.at
i.'iiht w i' w ai n mm oul. Kki his
Ixm m irinur lo hi- i Conferences
In which in- figured 1 ie i vtcided from
link .o dawn uml tlie (iiylifht hours
hike been uowdt-d Willi liirtsalnc: mil-
ters PERSONAL MENTION.
Mlsi I'atle Wagner of Oberltn Ohio
is vlsting friends hire
Judge H T Halner Is down frorn Fir-
ry watching his addition
W W. Skrews. president of the N
& A will arrive Monday (rom Mwit-
Wle dry clean and press Udles' and
gentlemen's clothing just like new ut
the Parisian dye works 218 East Okla-
lasers agslait temadeei wttM w. T.
FALLS INTO TIIH EN-
WOUNDED IN THE ARM
Japanese Fleet Sustained
(By Associated Press )
Washington D. C May 31. Tho
Japanese legation today received tho
ollowing from Tokto:
"It Is otflcl y nnnounced that In
tho last naval iwittle the damages sus-
tained by our fleet were very slight
and none of our battleships cruisers
destroyers and other ships was lost
except three torpedo boats. Under tho
imperial command Admiral Togo was
authorised to permit Nebogatoff to
submit to the csar reports on the last
battle and a list of casualties wound-
ed and prisoners. The admiral also
wan authorised to releaso on parole
the surrendered officers ot the NIcoIal
I. Orel Aprnxlno and Senkivin. Bo-
Jestvensku was taken to Sasebo naval
hospital. No other admiral waa cap-
tured from the Bledovy the last re-
port In this respect being due to
Commander leant Takoshlra. naval
nttnehos of Japan to tho United States
wns at thfc White Houso oarly today
ami communicated tho abdvo Informa-
tion to tho presidont
St Petersburg May 31. Tho admir-
alty dehlos the report tolographod to
tho London Daily Express that tho
orulser Qromobnl of the Vladivostok
squadron hnd boon sunk with nearly
olght hundred mon on board. Vlco
Admiral Skrydaloff who was reported
to bo on board tho Qromobol is In St.
Potorsbttrg. Tho Gromoboi satlad out
of Vladivostok Saturday but tho ad-
miralty declines to say whether the
Qromobot was engaged In the battle
in the straits of Korea.
Washington D. C May 31. The fol-
lowing was reeeivu at the stte de-
partment from the ambassador at St.
"Russian ship Almas only Russian
that has arrived at Vladivostok. 1)1)8
captain confirms the sinking ot" the
Knlas Souvaroff. Rojestverwky.
wounded and safely lowered aboard n
torpedo boat has not yet been heard
London May 81. Tho Daily Mall's
Tokio oorrespondont cabling under
date ot May 80 says:
"When Knlaz tJouvarorf was sink
Admiral Rojestvensky was transferred
to another vessel but was capturedjoff
Punil today. He is said to be severely
wounded In the arm.
"Admirals Nebogatoff and Voelker
sain also are prisoners.
"All the ship ef the Russian fleet
hare been elthnr sunk or captured "
London May 31. The Toklo corre-
spondent of the Dally Mail says that
the battleships Navarin and Slssol Ve-
llky were either sunk or are Japaneso
prisoners The correspondent says It
Is believed that the Japanese emplo od
Washington D. C May 31 Th
state depattnient n-celved the follow
Ing from Toklo today:
"Aojestvensky's skull was fractured
requiring an operation serious but not
dangerous Total Japanese losses tp
date are three torpedo boats sunk
three officers killed and about two
hundred men killed and disabled.'
Vladlvestek May SI. The torpedo
boat destroyer ISravl arrived here to-
day bringing four officers and one
hundred and ninety-seven men of the
crew of the battleship Oelabya.
TEN INNING CAME
tiuthri and Ukwiioina City pluyed It
Innings with a score of 2 to I the gome
I- nig oallfd lr onW to let the boy
make th i ii triin Womork pi'hed
for Quthrlf with lirown behind tin- tMt.
ghaner pitch d f'r Oklahoma City
aufnrl lift fr l.iworth ami OUI-
h'lina Cn rr Si 1 ilia. gueis;r an
Hl.ukl uri unit "'
Town Bcorchwd By Fire.
Warread. Mhw. slay 1 The uuat-
nas portion of this town waa practically
destroyed try fire tdy. The loss U two
buadrsd thousand dollars.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 108, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 31, 1905, newspaper, May 31, 1905; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc72473/m1/1/: accessed October 21, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.