The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 69, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 21, 1895 Page: 1 of 4
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WANTS BANK ROBBERS PUN-
ISHED LIKE ROBBERS.
TRAIN ROBBERY BILL TANGLED.
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lllll rroci'?illni;i of tliu I.ourr
IIiiiim Tmlil'n MitiI I.mr Pre-
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i'kochhiumis ok tiii: council
All the councillors were present at
On motion of Kcgou the house was
mhucl to join the council In recalling
house bill lft.l from the conference
committee so that u substitute might
Oriii-r introduced council bill 1.14
amendatory of article 0 chapter 70 of
the statutes 'elating to revenue and
boards of equalisation
Council bill 123 relating to school
d strict lav and house bill 43 relating
to appeals f i om justices of the peace
were read a third time and passed.
House bill lit relating to rape was
then taken up.
duller moved to amend the first sec-
tion by hi Hiring out the words "of
clinstu and virtuous character" after
the clause living the age of consent at
10 ye.irs. Carried.
Allan ollVred tin amendment raising
the age of consent to 18 in case the
perpetrator was over 21 but allowing
consent to be a delense in case the
perpetrator waH over 1 1 years of age
and under 21 and the female was over
l(i yearn of age. The amendment was
Allan ollVred an amendment to sec-
tion 'J striking out the words "of
liuhU.' and virtuous character" In de-
lining rape hi the llrst du'gree. It was
Tha vote then lecurred upon thu
passage of the bill and it passed by a
vote of It to 1 I'lt.er voting nay and
I'Vgun bailiff cwumiI from voting.
1'ront.j usUeil o have a motion lo re-
eousi.ler the voto entered upon the
IIimmo bill 2S legaliz'ng divorces
w is taken up.
Sjotl did not favor the bill because
he believed that if tin mojorlty of the
npretio court was right in iw decis-
ion the legislature had no power to
leguli.e the divorces granted by pro-
bale cuurtH ami If the minority opin-
ion given by Judge Scott was correct
no legall.lng would be necessary
This act legalizing the probate court
divorces was up for discission again
and was Dually ma le a special order
for Friday at 10 a. in and house bill
27 relating to tlte jurisdiction of pro-
bate jndgos was postponed until S ji.
in. of the same day.
Tanhersley introduced a bill provid-
ing for the assessment of notes and
other evidences of indebtedness.
Council bill llfi relating to bonds
came up on special order but IVgan
and Scott wanted to postpone until
the committee could consult with ex-
liovurnor Scay and others. Halter said
if the bill was to bo postponed to ac-
commodate ono man and ho a large
bond holder he wanted to give notice
right then that ho wanted It postponed
until the people who pay the bonds
could be consulted also.
Tne house bill relating to duties of
road overseers and working the roads
was taken up and passed.
Mr. Spencer's house bill fixing inter-
nit on judgments at 7 per cent where
there lb no contract and allowing tlio
contract rate to continue when not in
excess of 12 per cont camo up and
passed by a vote of 8 to 5 but Kegan
who had llrst votod for it soon saw
that it was not what ho wanted uud
moved to reconsider which carried
and tho bill was passed allowing the
j idgmout to draw the rate contracted
for without any limit
Council next took up the train rob-
bery bill. Doom moved an amend-
ment providing that any bank presi-
dent cashier or director who should
bj guilty in any way of aiding in the
wrecking of tho institution should be
subject to the same penalty as bank
robbers or train robbers Imprison-
ment in tho penitentiary not less than
fifteen yours nor more than life at the
discretion of tho jury.
The bill past ml with this amon.lmont
by a vote of 7 to 0 but a reconsidcra-
tloi was secured and tho bill referred
ti the to nmltteoof the whole with in-
truetli.n tastrlUuoul the amendment
bat the committee beaamu obstreper-
ous and rofiiktHl to uboy the mandate
of 1'YgHii etui and the council finally
a-lj mined leaving both the committee
and the sleerers In tho hole.
I'ltociCKUiMis or tiii: iiot'Hi:
House bill numbers 1ST 184 174
20' 13 50 83 153 108 IbS and 106
were reported on favorably and 151
T'i til 106 114 14 Hi 213 and 318
unfavorably by the committee having
them In charge
A substitute was offered by the
printing committee for 313 and ISO.
House bills 77 and 1 m were with-
A concurrent lesolutlon relating to
granting certain lands to the town of
Newlrirk was hit induced by Hlliott
House bill number 230 Introduced by
llrndllcld amends chapter 3 K'Clion 2s
article 2 entitled legal fonces.
iMimber 331 by Todd amend Motion
.1 article 0 of chapter 22 l elating to
stationery blanks etc.
The house ns a committee took up
house bill 10 by Todd regulating mid
restraining the running at targe of do-
mestic animals was recommended for
passage with liberal aiiirurimenU.
House bill 207 by .McCoy naming S
Hrown of Lincoln moved to innke It
McCoy county. Withdrawn.
Little moved to change the uame of
llogcr ( Mills county to (IHst Mills
Jones coun.y. Withdrawn.
Vickcrs moved to name (5 county
McKlnlcy county. Withdraw!'.
Klliott moved to change the name of
ICay ccunty to Washington.
The bill was adopted naming (5
counly Siierman ICay county Washing-
ton and I) county Harrison.
House bill 111 by Sutton naming
the purposes for which corporations
may be chartered.
Todd's bill ISO regulating the run-
ning at large of stock came upon
third passage and was discussed and
dissected for over nil hour.
Vickeis otl'ercit an amendment giv-
ing townships the right to vote on
"free range" or "herd law instead of
counties. Voted down as was also
Xesbltt's motion to allow free range
to continue where now in force until
the regular fall election in Islifl.
The bill as finally passed establishes
the herd law in the whole territory;
provided that by petition of two
thirds of the residents of any county
an election may be called in said
comity to vote on free lnuge.
The bill changing theiruucs of Kay
0 and 1) counties passed.
Two bills were iutroduuMl lead
twice and referred.
No. 234 by lturncs providing for
t he protection of trade marks and do
No 22."i by Little provides that no
register of deeds shall perform any
service until the fee has been tun-
deicd but must keep up a n.imcricul
House bill 111) relating to rape wns
received fioni the council with
amendments striking out the part
compelling the victim to show chaste
character and the house refused to
concur in the amendment by a vote of
19 to il
Council bill 2 relating to county at-
torneys wan read twice and rcfened to
committee on county u Hairs.
The speaker signed house bills 57
AS and 21 anil council bill IK
Council bill 73 relating to schools
was read twice and referred to the
committee on education.
The committee's substitute for house
bills 11 and 42 providing for the pay-
ment of taxes in semi-annual install-
ments August 1 and January 1 and the
maimer of procedure in collecting per-
sonal tax was taken up
St. John wanted to amend by put-
ting the bill in operation nextycarbut
giving the county commissioners in
any county the right to put the law in
effect this year. Voted down.
An amendment to allow the sheriff
to sell personal property upon which
the taxes were not paid and apply the
proceeds to payment of the tax pre
An examination of li' ill convinced
the house that It would not apply to
the tax of 18UI and the house nil j Mini-
cd without taking action on it.
llHiiilmiine Iliirrj Cohen Seen a lty if
hiinHliliiH In Ni'u York.
Krom the Huffulo Courier of Febru-
ary 15 we clip tho following item
which will be of interest to many
Dunkirk X. V. Keb. 14. The
marriage of Miss Hay Levy daughter
of the late Mr. and Mrs. Simon Levy
and Harry I Cohen of Guthrie O. T.
was celebrated this evening at the
Levy homestead on West Kourth street.
Only relatives and a few frieiuls wore
In attendance The marriage ceromo-
uy was performed by tho Kev. Doctor
Israel Aaron of Temple licth Zion of
Buffalo. The brldo wore a gown of
white satin crepe with pearl trimming
and ducbofcibe lace and carrlod li ja-
cinths and lille of tho valley. Ilor
veil was fastened by a diamond pin
Mr. and Mrs Cohen departed by a
late train for thoir distant wostorn
home but with tho intention of linger-
ing by the way at oaoh of tho largo
cities along tho routo. The bride's
home has always boon in Dunkirk
where sho is very highly ostaamodand
possessos a largo circle of warmly at-
tached friends who mingle with their
wishes for tho happiness of Mr and
Mrs Cohen regrets that thoir fitting
homo will be so far away.
The Ladles' Aid society of the Chris
t'an church will give a Martha Wash
Ington Tea on Friday evening Febru-
ary 22 in the vacant building corner
Harrison and Second streets. A good
musical program has been arranged.
An old fashioned supper from " to i
GUTI11UK OKLAHOMA Tilt USD AY MORE
A ERY SMOOTH YOUHS HflH
STORY OP ALBERT WHIPPLE.
BANKRtt AND CONVICT.
MISSING WITH A BIO ROLL OF MONET.
I'lMiplo of Ntilminku unit lumt hlnrtlMl
by Hi ! DNi'm.ir.v 'Mint u l'l-tiiiilnmit
ItmlniMi mill .iitity .Mmh Who
llu left Willi Alimit tlinil
of fitiinr rtiupit) MHtiy
ft hii i:-chh iMu
Omaih Neb. Feb.' 20. Nebraskn
and Iowa people nro startled by de-
velopments which indicate that
Albert Whipple the absconding
banker merchant nnd army contrac-
tor of Crawford anil llvannis now a
fugitivo from justice with creditors
left In the lurch for 1.00(I to $2nKM
and Albert li. Whipple who was sent
to the Fort Madison prison in Iowa in
December 1(MI are one and the same
man. Whipple nat agent of the "i) '
at (oln Iowa at that time and
though a young man noon attracted
intention bv the rapidity with which
he grasped business propositions and
was slated for an executive position
with the company when a gigantic
sehenie involving the forgery of a
vast number of tlu company a tickets
win graced to him. lie ha 1 succeeded
lu disposing of a large quantity when
arrested and sent to the Iowa peni-
tentiary. A young womau of Coin who was
desperately in love with him enllhted
the sympathies of Congressman Hep-
burn and others so that they inter-
ceded with Uovernor Larrnbce for
his pardon He went West when re-
leased and lowed never to return.
While in prison hippie mastered
shorthand and upon his release so
cured u place with on army officer
and later became a clerk to a quarter-
master. He was station -d as transfer
aifent of the government at liordcau
Wyoming and finally got armv con-
tracts at Fort Robinson. He opened
a store nt Crawford and one at Hum.
ills und later n bank.
One day his bank at C'riwfonl was
entered and nibbed he claimed of
5-3000. II i stenographer bad been
sent on an errand and Whipple was
alone at the time of the alleged iolt
bery. Some one passing heurd half-smolhei-e.l
cries and found Whipple
locked in the vault from whicli his
stenographer .soon released him. It
was thought imprvsiblo for him to
have locked hinwlf in until Charles
(irable the bunker investigated and
found a fine wire leading inside l-
which Whipple had been enabled to
throw the bolts. One stock-holder
learned he w us about to Icavt Craw-
ford and went to the bank with a gun
and compelled hippie to buy his
stiMjk paving cash therefor.
The audacity of Whipple who
could not hae obtained bond even as
night lelegriph operator if he had ap-
plied for it and who vet became a
banker and merchant and was trusted
to tho extent he was leads his rela-
tives whonre aintiiiir some of the
most eminently icspecteil people ia
the West to believe that lie was li
I. oral Miiil.thim-e 1'lnli MnliU ICktW. lo
The C. L. S C observed Ntiakespeare
day last Monday afternoon at the
homo of Mrs. Sharlel North Division.
There ware present by invitation tho
Shakespeare club and other literary
ladies of tho city. Theipnlng exer-
cise was a psychological study of
Macbeth and Lady Macbeth conduct-
ed by Mrs. Carter and in which ll
who wero present participated. Tills
was followed by papers of great liter-
ary oxeolletice and were applauded to
Mrs. Smart led with a paper on tha
greatest of historical dramas Henry
V. Mi-s. Koatoii selected one of the
four great tragedies of Shakespearean
middle life King Lear. It was u line
production and the manner in which
Kenton depicted the lofty grandeur of
King Lear was unexcelled nave
whan she gavo the closing scene of li
play which wus one of rare dramatic
art. Mrs. lilesh rehearsed the story
of Othello and that orer sadder tt ag-
ed y was so beautifully and pathetic-
ally told that it won the admiration of
all and the writer received many com-
pliments. Mrs. Sh artel took for her
theme that great historical play Mell-
aril III. The critical comments and
the rendition of a portion of the play
was a most effective portrayal
of the hideous moral deformity
soul ugliness intense wickedness com-
bined with the mighty and all-powerful
genius of this bloody monster of a
man. Midsummer Nights Dream by
Mrs. Fegan. and papers by other la-
dies will be given at some future
meeting. Notwithstanding the tragic
muse presiding at the meeting there
were at times tocial pleasantries
Hashes of wit and merriment among
the assembled company that relieved
what otherwise uvglii have been the
too sombre character of the exercises
The visiting ladies were most generous
in the warmth ef their praises.
Ueiningtoii tpi witter t&0; Kamuler
bioyolu 40; new wut b list 71 &3S;
law books statute if and 'w3 wiU
cross references book case and letter
press. S3 each; 10 field glass n t '.
manikin 1.'. mil tup desk .rb
ihairs etc - L 1' llurlingaiue M
k avc ' 1 f
Highest Honors World' Fair.
MOSi .rTvFrCT MADS
A puie orapr Cn i r of T uf n Powder. Free
ftom Ammomr Al : or auv i u:r .-nialteiant.
dOYM "'" "TANIMRr
tin 1 1 i'l stutr DrpHty Mnrn!m! xt.ll IlrlnR
1 1 1 lit In
Diputy I hittd Stoles Marshals Heck
Thomas and Hill Tilghman and posse
left the city last evening for lugalls to
arrest the famous desperado Hill Doo-
lin and pals. The outlaws ar now In
hiding at that place and the ofleers
propose to bring them ir dead or
While a farmer named llerkley liv
ing near Tectimseb was handling six
sticks of dynamite they exploded lac-
erating and illsflgunng bin terribly
destroying both his eyes.
Cheapest Place In Town.
Groceries Provisions Crockery Queensware Tinware aM
111 North Second St. German and Cuglisli Spoken.
nasw -m iMaaMajaiiaavsswscftVMsawssiaews aiiaje isi n. aMsvaeaaew mm)mnMnmmmimmammmammmtmtmmmmmiaMtnmfmtmtmMm40mi amaamammmmmmmmammmammammmmmmmmm.-f--1
Having Purchased the Fixtures and Leased the Building
of M. Golden & Co. We Will Open on March 15 with a
DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING.
Mesas aasvaaa rem
SHIVELY BROS. & VAN WVCK Prop's.
rlrst-iass livery barns at Stillwater and Orlando. The best of teams ao
improved faoilitiea for earryink paseengere between these two point. Tease
always ready to start at any time lit the day and return at your pleaawe
The shortest ami quickest route between Guthrie and Stillwater is via Orland
Ofe.0. A. Mktoai.k I'resldeat.
Capital fully paid :
Undivided profits :
IN G KKBRUARV 21
A I.liln)t7en or Humanity
nt the Star Hamar. The rush for bar-
gains at the Star Ha.aar Hsturday is
impossible to describe. The mammoth
store was cowded to the rery side-
walk with customers. They had to
double the force of clerks in order to
take care of them. The amount of
business clone at the Htnr Hu.ut
would do credit to a city five times
the si nf Uuthrle. Kven those who
do not need the gools at present are
buying to lay them away because
they arc getting such big linrgaiii'-
Clothing bought at the Star ltanur
would hardly pav for tho la bur of
making them. Hoots and stmes are
Rold correspondingly low. In fa i
everything they sell at the Mar Ita-
jiaar la sold so cheap that the people
enn't he' buyin?.
Uhiij Wittiiirrlnl KOilliltH ii it nt llir tw-
The fair exhibits are Wing opened
Up in the ("wiper building Nix-Halsell
A Co's old stan I. Last Oiriahoina ave-
nue. The display is wonderful 'I he
very choicest brands of groceries have
been donated: also many beautiful lots
of dry goodn. A special feature is to
be free foods every day also free cof-
fee. The advertising matter to be
given away arc very artistic and would
Well repay a visit to tin fair. The
doors will be open for all next Satur-
day morning. Vrce admission to every
M. I.. TuKanx CasLlrr.
s f t
flnr Safins 9nAk Vslumae Cnr Tkm..i....
volumes fiilcil w.tn i-utitK-rit points all the points are well tak .
and so serine pk"il) )f takers for our shoes. Such shoe of
intstible .md pusents a tnitltitudc of foot notes well w
s:ii(I)iiik. It's i nttrung health to house the feet fomt
al)l in a pair of our shoes that are always the mi
hIc.i for the season the conect thing in style aim
the "just the thing I vant" biand for ever)
body. What a shoe ought to be is just
what our hhoes are and just what
ouht to cost is what our
shoes do cost.
Eisenschmidt & Hetscii
EXCLUSIVE SHOE DEALERS
118 OKLAHOMA AVE. WEST.
REPAIRING NEATLY DONE
M WALLER & BROS.
Wsicker & Fairtleld
lUHL -auaWBtaCtB hunt
HurriMft Ave. WMlofDeikoi.
BatisfaeUon Ouaranteed. Telephone Wo to. Your Orders Bolleised.
A ltMiiltag KJid i)x Hrkool
Sixth '.ti l'tuunkit . iht. Ki i:.
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uiJi uiiui n in. 1 1 i I iu '-L.nmity. Uaglaud end f'.v
! Knjfland ConsiTvatory if Musli- Klouution taught by graduate of the Rinor-
son school of o aiur I" it.in 1 rms fm tuition 'iu-!uilinjj ancient uud
iu i.li-m Janii 1. 1 - . i In ' Lram i . imaril (ml Ui washing' ?1 ut
P' "Aruuia Mi. i i t i i arr J r i atalogues aud fur
tU"riuf -rmat na Ml .MKx.Pr tipalht Mary s Inst ute Da na
known as the
$50000 Slock of
Transfer and Goal Go.
Tor Yowmk UdieS' mihI (Jirl.s
v A t. Oarrett bishop of northern
l (iji. n tii i? 1891. Collotfs ami I'lif-
M it h. nun m eUarge of graduates of
i Ik pat tnu nts of Muste uud Art
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