The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 82, Ed. 1, Saturday, March 9, 1895 Page: 4 of 4
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000 TO LOAN ON lMi'ROVKU FARMS. Sliii W. M BRONSON IN BANK Ob INDIAN I 1-1 K I i"KV I'UILDQ
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tWO MIH KlUUrtD AND ONU
MD 1CCIDRKT NEAR ST. JOSEPH.
Whit IwtvtnK .er tlm Sunt r
-freest a iral liutliml into n I'arm
WiDM attd UraekqO It -Hnfilnm
idem-Ms Mm flreum! Mp "
yOHfl ItoeerHUtou ttS'l
Halter? iHHnntir Kinm.
t. JosKin. Mo March -About
:30lat night Joel Mallory. an old
nan 70 years of age. .lohn Williamson
hie son-in-law and Reuben McRride
aUrted to drive over a SanUi Fe cr.w-
ing a ahort distance below the city.
When they were nearly across the
Xante Fe overland train dashed into1
the wagon and wrecked iU McRride
was ground up so badly that he was
scarcely recognisable. Mallory was
carried aome distance on the pilot
and waa dead when the train wai
atopped. Williamson had nn nriii
broken and received a number nf
aevcre bruises. The two dead men
were married Mallory leaving n vv.fi
and six children and Mcltrlde a wif
and three children.
Aurora Sinter Itlnuii l'-
Aurora. Mo March s. -About 10
o'clock laal night Matt ItUint an
.lohn llrace miners wero drillinir 'i
hole at their mine when tltp drill
airnck a charge of giant powder thin
had been put In and failed to go oil'.
The powder exploded killing lllnnt
and seriously injuring lirnee nliyut
The upper portion of Rlu tit's body
was torn into f ragmen la one nrnt ami
the top of hla head blown oil' mid his
en trail scattered about the drift.
Urace had hold of the aluum drill at
the time of the explosion whilo
Blant wis sitting upon n box ii few
feet from the hole. (Iraee will re-
cover. MR. CANNON'S FICUHHS.
I'tllils 1 lint tlm Ijitn ( iiiiernn A-
irrlHltil Oi or sI.oiiii.oiiii.oiiii.
Washinotox Miirch . Kepri'seutn-
alive Canuoti of Illinois on lieltnlf of
the Republican minority of the house
committee on appropriations litis pro-
pared a summary showing tint totnl
expenditures of the Fifty-third con-
gress and comparing tlietn with tho
expenditures of the so-called "billion
dollar congress" in which Mr. (iiiinoti
was nt the head of the nppropriiitlou
committee. The statement will ln
published ns a part of the Con-
"From this htntcmeiit it appears
the appropriations f t ho I'ifty-llrst
congress when Mr. Itoell vvns spcuker
of the house and the president and
the senate were Republican were In
round numbers suss nnn (HM) while
via a an it t lfirais nf t lin lil ft . wnn
Wd'tWIIHHIUU W. VI1V .l.j S-s- I
Democratic and Mr. CrUp wni..peuUor
ns. In round number. $Mo?7o(oooo.
and the appropriations of this con-
;resa with president house nud
enate all Ihiinocrutic are in round
number. ft'.i'.Mi.uoti.Ooti. Moreover the
l.ite sale of the thirty yeai I per cont
1'nlletl States bonds -tie puyment of
. itterest upon which is permanent-
walls the total npornprintioiiM for
tlds and tha next tlscnl year by
00noo making the grntul tmai
H tually approprlaletl by this eon-
m.;ss in tound num Iters' 40(13000000.
I I Is exeeeits the appropriations made
i the Fifty-first congress eatled by
in- Democratic friends 'the billlou
. I. liar congress' in round numbers by
-This congress furthermore. In
!M It Ion to the actual Increase of ap-
propriations has authorised publie
urk to tie done under contract lenv-
n r the uext congress to make appro-
priation therefor as follows: Ity
t rtification act KI.WOOO; br stiiidiv
. ivll act 64t:isiMMi: by District of
i ulumbia act '.'01.7U; by naval nit-lii-ispriation
ut't. l I.7I.V0O0; total
'Titus the appropriations uud an-
i 'lOrialions of this congress tire seen
1 be in round numbrs ai.oi.'i.ooo.oiNi.
'J call attention that theupproprin-
i ! of pensions to the defenders of
ri'public in war an I to their
idows and orphans by this congress
under levftund. are 4il'."iiHi less
than those made by the Fifty-second
ngrcs the last two rears under
lUrrlsnn. This KI.'.immi.ihhi deerewM"
ives in tl.'itrcs the tuuglble result of
an unfriendly -I will not go further
and suv unjust- ailniluistralioti of
the pen--ii)ii laws tiinler l levelund "
Matters hhiI I'IiImrs 1'nrlaiiiliis to the Unt-
iituUnri The sixtieth day aud tha fun end.
Representative Vlckera is entertain-
ing his family who arrived from Alva
The ladle came out yesterday like
Dan Peery. member of the First nod
liecond assemblies waa a visitor yes-
terday. Dan knows 'em by heart.
J. J. llurke of theOklahoAian looked
In on tha house yeaterdsy.
llrown of Kdmood la opposed to
the territory having n "physical"
sgency in New York.
Mrs. T K. Meek arrived front 1'ond
Creek yesterday and the ret of the
Jay Ueck waa a demure and modest
as though be bad been that way all
TerrU Mr ami Mr II 1 V uiiileoliurK
lMt KtrwtUK '' I rlruil
Mr. and Mrs. II J Vaudcubuig
wera tendered a pleasunt farewell sur-
prise party la it night by members of
Naomi Rebebab Degree Lodge Ko 3.
Music card plaoing and refreshments
- -e features. Mr and Mr. V. will
. Tuesday for I'erry. Those pres-
. i . i! W. Taylor aud wife. F. C.
" hi i r- C. 1. Morrisoii and
I 11 .n -vad wife Q. IV.
v Frexler vl Clsan-
I M ? -. i .i . i l
ul Hall. M it on lie' Mr R iiiu -
II il ilnl (Vrtlilll l.nev .
Cnntiniti d fiotn I'eire 1
eri Ihn passage of council bill lTr
The council refused to concur in the
house amtndiMunls to the fee and sal-
ary wli the house refased to recede
nml ft conferr-noe committee wa ap-
pointed. Conference report on house bill lift
was adonled. the house receding from
the ametidmente allowing township. J
to laaue bonds.
The appropriation committee recom-
mended the pat-sage of lite appropria-
tion bill aa Introduced Nnencer din
Mason wanted to dispense with the
apeclal order and take up hit pet hob-
by the civil rights bill but stood aloae
In the vote.
The bill tfrautlntf the Pureell bridge
and transfer company an extension of i
time In which to iirlilge tne souin ca
nadian at Lexington and I'orceli
Council bill 72 relating to inspec-
tion of oils nud appointment of an In-
spector came up on special order. A
motion to kill the bill lost
During the discussion of the bill the
. i I.. .i. 4 II..I a lk askalua
L7"S " XV Z .. thelnsoec
..o.iiVi .! him over n.iKM) oer vear !
for insDectliie the oil at Oklahoma
City Xewktrk I'erry Kl Reno King-
Bsltcr ami tiutnrie nun a motion pre
vnneil lo eni me .Hpr.lu w ...
tl. 1 A . .A A -. La a 1 gAk VBBtt
JS to 1ft ceil ta a barrel the wrm oi
olllce was cut from four to two years
and the bill passed. I
c...iin -..1 K-..H..H..
House bill 10H providing for county
-.it Ii.Unn. in a.tv coun.v In the tef-'
rttory on petition of two thirds oi the
legal volein of the comity.
vlckei olfeied an amendment prj-
riding that no town shall be voted for
which is more than eight miles from
the geographical cenler of the eounty.
Stein olTured nn amendment order
ing nil towns outside the eight mile
limit to move in at once Lost.
McCoy uineiided by a provision that
if a county sent is now within six
miles of the geographical center It be
permanently located. Voted down.
Ulilott oll'envl tin ainendmenl repeal-
ing section 1 y and I of the oW
county sent lnvv which prtvalled.
'J he bill wont to third reading and
pnssed us nuiended.
A tuessuge vvns received from the
governor stilting he hud signed house
bills !i:. 13n nud 70
An not to secure the public against
urror or defeeta hi abstract by com-
pelling abstractors to give bond in the
sum of $ft 000 iv.is received from the
council read under suspension of the
rules mid voted down.
The speaker signed house bllis NT
2SD Hi:. 1 13 mi Institute rr 11 and 43
17:.'. no. 173 nml 01 council bill 100.
Council Joint resolution 10 wo re-
ceived authorizing the present board
to continue In control of the leasing of
school lands to continue In the leasing
of such lands and to lease lands west
of rmign lft In such bodies as they
thought bust for tho Interests of the
Bll Ul mo ;
school fund In ease no bill went I
through providing for the matter
otherwise. Adopted by a vote of I
l c uppriHMii u..i
wi taken up
on special orncr hpencer preseming a
minority report nguinst the bill pro-
ton'lng against tho bill because the al
low-mice for contingent expenses of au-
periiitendeiit of public Instruction was
wholly iuudtquHte for the needa of the
oltiie and the fame was true of the
An Uiitnifu IVuvMna.
II alsi objected to the abolition of
of the olllce of utlorney general and
recttimeuded an appropriation for
lIM"ft - ...
sellou i of the bill he believes to
e in violation of the organic act and
acu of o n res. and an Insult to the
.l.iri.lty and .lanhootl of the ofttwrs of
ll... ..mI a .. I ll.il.1lltifi tuliAa MMfsmt-
k.- mui . ... .... ...-- omce Ci
lug -hould be t'otie encourages extrav- r nqHatisstl.tn iiimnl.
aganc i mid avors largely of a tub House bill '. by Iowrr. cfeati.tg a
mun ii. r.. The its.tol.r b .rd of territorial cunUaatlon fotn-Sutt-n
of the sifting committee said o the nor eretury Hm
there were five house bills and a doien ... .
council bill that should be passed by iot tU c)l11KC was
all means and if they were not parsed that u Wuld lue Mon bt
the member would have a hard tlm &larcll 4 18UV when lt w.b ho-.l u
making explmiut lous Republican president would ba tuaug.
1 he appropriation bill was read it uriTted and ttppolnl R Kepnbllcan gov-
crrled appropriation and provlalon. epnor n Ume m M lwrltorIll
t:.! ... appointmenu while the legislature
1'or hiiperintendent of public Instruo- wm B "owiion.
Lion. S.ioo in loo) and .100 in lt!W for House bill 113 relating to cont iiclt
postage ollice rent light fuel et.. by county commissioners passed.
1100 for truveliug expenses and il.800 j Hou6e biU 55 flKDR the l)lltl of t
" Territorial auditor. 000 a year for i uext "-'etla' ot leM"oii of tlu- leg-
stationery prlntiug etc. (Woo a year j Ultnure on the second Tuesday of Feb-
for clerk hire and fftoo for salary. iruarv following their election was
l'reasurer ooo per year for ofilce
rent records aud oihei contingent ex-
penses and 91. soo a year aalary.
Tc the governor S.iou per year for
legal advice aud article 4 chapter 7ft
Is hereby repealed.
Territorial secretary aioo per year
for eon tingeu l expenses 13.i for copies
of statutes furnished the leglflature.
Supreme court for contingent ex-
leuses S3 50 per year.
tiorernor ai.ooo per year for en-
forcement of criminal laws of terri-
tory f l.uoo per year for postage sta-
tionery clerk hire etc.. vl.soo for de-
Hcleucles in oontiugeut fund of past
Yickers thought II.mw too small for
contingent expenses and clerk hire for
governor's offioe and moved that it be
made f l.ioo Stein moved to make it
f 1400 Ijoet. Vlckera' motion pre -
Vor the commitment and care of the
insane for two years t70uoo.
ror nwiitiiiii.ttiNunniiii prison-
ers sentenced to penitentiary bih.ooo
for two years.
For preparing aud indexing session
laws of ike territory f l.oOO
To pay deficit for the publication of
bills calendar etc. for the session of
the legislature such amount as U
needed over and above the appropria-
tion made by the t'nited States.
Toearyut the provisions of the
chapter on b iard of health for two
yeais. 8. too
Territorial! university $500 for ex
riiM of luard of health; f!SO0fr
ioks appaiutux etc.
Tcrrltonul normal school v.oo foi
expenses of board of regents; 3ooo
fr Bnlahlnr wlua of the balldinv.
tlovernor f 1000 for publication of
eleeUoM nroclamation and other elee-
Oklahoma militia for expenses of
adjutant general esou for on year.
3iuHuiMt a ppreiHtotlniss
Fr bmne 'i if ue. fi.aou to ne in
oli'siniug free ho ii lmi
tuiveriior SI .) fir .'p-ts - u
m l ul laud w I H
I'le HgrlClimtrtll . v i'i'I
1'llnrlp 1'ibntl tot Cro.i'ling hotls
h 11 fit. f M'i'nnil iMwnliiji S77n
I Fi'hiik IJH iv. typewriting supplies
fur third -ns-enibly .S7.
I" i ! .(! t-mploycs a thirl an
m tub y. -liwti
A PRINTING 1KOWOK3 1. Y.
The Termor -. b I.-Hitrl fey Ilia Unpttal
Sietion 20prov'ded thatallptlntliif '
t.itti uiimr t- fr tar
riUU' offlccr . erry iHU.mWn
shall be done and furnished by the
Rtate Capithl IVlntlng company of
Outline and every officer from the
gov.rncr down to the regents of the
schools and rullegca must take all
thoir work Uicre Red alt oSk-lal pitbll
ealioni from any oftVe or Institution
mint be made in the daily and weekly
This section removing all competi-
tion from territorial printing and sup-
plies and opening the treasury for u
steal of five to ten thousand ilollurc it
month look the breath of even the rank
est booster but Grime? Asp .Seny and
l " ""J h.d
to stand up tj the rack anil take their
rood I. -lite.
llnoiimr itNoehml (int.
Kpv'uccr offered an amendment in
.r .lfl .nnrnnr.lnl for several
" -rr-i --
offk-ers where it was clea'rlf needed
and leaving out the Urecr steal but it
d (own mf)8l of th Popuslll
"1 RepablwaitH Manding ttigethor.
Low cry moved to amen I the bill by
appropriating l100 per year for contin-
gent expenses and 91 too for two years
salary for attorney general.
Hpenoer moved to amend by flying
tliu attorney general'a salary at f'4000
This was voted down tuul moved to
make it it.MKl which f .tiled.
Hmtth moved to. make It $1000.
Lowery'a motion prevnltul.
llendrix moved to strike out tho
(Ireer steal. Voted down.
Lowery moved to amend by giving
the regents of the agricultural college
.vto for expenses. Carried.
Pre Uillll Mmll.
MeOy moved to amend soctiou 1 by
giving tho Free Home leugue of the
(' and A. and Hue and Fox countries
This created a discussion anil the
amendintnt and orginal section were
Reconsidered and the original &V00
was put back.
Au amendment was lacked on con-
firming the contract with H. A. Hur-
j vey for securing iudemhily tchool
lands and appropriating hk much tig
1 r...nl nniuiaui-n In nnM'nil!
The bill as amended passed by lite
a pot Th l'llu .
Ave Hover lirovvn. of Oklahoma
uuiott Knlpe Little lowery McCoy
jOTbltt Smith Stein Sutton St. .lohn
Todd Viokera Wade
Naya Kradtteld llrowu of I.iucola
i0gau llendrix Ispeucer Walte
: Council bill Itta locating and onUiu-
lishlng a normal school at Alva was
u(t.n Bl)(j bl unjei. Btenon of
A .ui wn u-i i.w ih
ww recelved nU rHd
Ktltott dec' red the bill an insult
wante( fc uWei
bm U7( nXuiUxg u r.m.ls
cU hM reUUng lo eoHaly
The bill compelling mil way com-
panies to provide separate waiting
rooms for ladles and geutletm n was
The conference commillee on coun-
cil bill 1 regulating fees aud sulm-ie.
reported compromise on house amend-
ments. Report adopted.
Sntton Introduced a re ution
! thanking the newspaper reporter aud
! correspondents for the able legi .lutive
' .or i-riutcn it it .u-nn.
House bill 3 "'. fixing the rale for
publication of legal notices at oo cents
' m square pasted
House bill 93ft passed.
'' UauiMHla h urmii
Jhe cW rlbts blll v produced
. . ... tad . ...i. -nt- ik-
kpeaker and pirt of the m -tubers de-
eiarlog that it wa not on the spe.ltl
order but McCabe and Mason 1ml. t-
i .g that it waa. It v . amended
s'.riking out the provision for mixtd
schools and passed by a vote of l j
to 17. Walliog stirred np the Remit).
H an animals by exposing the nigger
ii the wo d pilu wbeu hedecljd
that the Republionns were not in good
faith but were trying to bi boodle
the negroes by passing a bill which
baa no chance to put it Into force.
Tile speaker guspud t r breath and
j ryjBj t
a great bnrr.v ing and aeur-
coriect tne bill thongh It waa
I . X. .1 '
done witb relaetsnce.
The house rec-ded f oan Its amend-
nteMU to t'Ottttetl 1411 I nlatitsg lo
i o nty aftornev.
I .nn . Ii i 1 i .a t!...i ii tg en ii s
i t ' i - - i ii. t ..I i. it
protemcflK such ns grading and mac-
nil sin zing streets building and re-
pairing sidewalk. t-.. o:l trio gb-il-
tl 'lg pi i M liM .' i 1
Kn pe innvc.l ih i tin )iotse oi nr
Im tho appropriation bill and btofc t-he
H-eat so thatdraer'a bamtfd Uiauanil
dollar steal conld w- oovarl aa Ut-
Pmr.II Will I ft.1 ...t...tl.k-. 1.. .1
"""" "" "" ".irnuinf vnt erne-
bn'n llw wllB nxi ih wen up anil
fushad through by the Itepnbllenn
boosters. It fixea up tho olaetlnn lnvv
M) It can ba niantpnlntod by Orlnios
Walker Uruer Overslroel. Anlery ot
at aa easily as they manipulated tho
legislature nml unable them to ungl-
mr el action steals eqatiled only by
Ureer's printing steals.
llrown of Clifton got In mi amend
ment giving judges and elarks S3 n
day the original bill allowing them
DIiiIiiiIIiiiI Urittl)llmn Sdlii'iiic.
The council rent in tliolr apportion-
ment of the territory as n substitute
for the liouse bill.
This bill attotnpts to giro the Re-
publicans about 3 mouibers of the
homo mid 13 ot the council In the nuxt
council mid tho district outlined on
the map look lino shouhtrlngs. rail
fences ruse trnoWs forks In the road
jog trucks tati-polas. biinhos mid tur-
key buwHiWls- -u gerrymunder of the
The votu on this bill was II to l the
I'opulists Democrats and Republicans
(lloguu) voting against tho bill.
Council bill 101 providing for adop
tion of children passed.
Council bill 170 authorizing the gov-
ernor to contract for the e.irc of the
In mi no tintl deaf and dumb ot the. ter
ritory for n term of three ycrs passed.
Council bills 105 md 138 passed.
llaltor's bill relative lo abolishment
of capital punishment was executed
Council bills 307 uud 118 passed.
Tho conference committee reported
appropriation bill with amendments
making a compromise butwecn tho
Tho bill pushed by a votu of IS to u.
The hill was not road but was about
the same as put through the house be-
fore save that the attorney general
anil superltitumtent of public instruc-
tion's salaries wero raised to SI. MK) and
the librarian's cut to SI 000.
Council bill 111 providing for con-
structive .service on non-residents by
publication in local papers was killed.
Xesbilt presented u regular com-
mencement tiny viiladl.'tory essay reso-
lution of thanks to the speaker.
Xesbllt olFerred a resolution ap-
pointing St. .lohn Little Xesbitl and
Mason u committee to revise and modi-
fy the laws serving oo days tit SS per
lowery moved to striku out the
umuu of Xesbltt and insert HarnoJ.
Low cry's motion pruvuiletl by u vote
of 13 to 12.
Walliag moved to cut the p.iy to SI u
Lowery moved to limit the session of
the committee to TO days. .It. .lohn
got hot under his punts baud mid said
it was a slap at him anil declined to
serve on the committee. The declina-
tion hud a string to it however uud
vvns promptly pulled in again the
time vvus ilxed at (10 days and peace
nud harmony prevulluil.
Speaker Harnes uiudo u farewell ad-
dresh thanking the members for their
kindness mid courtesy throughout the
This wis followed by valedictory
kpeeches by most of the niombjr.s
some even tnuuklng in no e try ami all
embraced kissed made up and min-
gled together their team.
Resolutions of thanks to 1. I. l in-
kle chief enrolling clerk mid his as-
sistants Chlof Clerk King and his us-
sUtuiiU Surgumit-nt-ArmsJenuoss the
othor olllcers anil the pages were
Tne speaker signed house bills 370
171 300 101. lift 130 ISO SSI Sfts. 803.
s8. 111 112 OP arid council bills 10.1.
117 115 SH7. 13ft n 8 1&0 101 103
At 3:33 the house ntlJQurnod sine
Don't forget - the sale of money to
night by the (iiithrie building and
Representative Rob Lowery will Le
bautiuettod by citizens upon his arri-
val at Stillvvuter. The people ure
stuck on Rob.
Just Slick a Pin
Our Spring Woolens
Have Arrived !
the patterns are rich and that
fie styles in'o whi h we sre
In the fad h it
Kiir Spring aud Sinmi.- are
Beautiful Beyond Compare
WILLIS THE TAILOR.
105 OK. AVE
Highest of all in Leav euing Power. J
Itmitlnn Itimliiftiu TrHnsartetl
A petition from the citizens qf the
north mitl east part of the city for
water mains was presented and it was
accompanied with a subscription of
the applicants for too. Referred lo
Report of the waterworks commit-
tee that trees were porjliasort to plant
at the pump liouse grounds waa re-
ceived. The public Improvement committee
was nutliorlxod to purchase 3000 feet
of oak lumber for bridge purposes
The mayor handed in the nomina-
tion of .1. H. Ditter as street commis-
sioner for this city and he was unani-
mously confirmed. Mr. Ditter has
acted as street commissioner since
last June anil bis selection and con-
firmation is a just tribute to his effi
cient and capable service he has ren-
dered. WRECKED UY
A Itlc llliK'L-
Aniikiimjsj Ind. March . Ily a
natural gas explosion at 4 o'clock this
morning the ST.l.ooo Terhune business
block on the court house square was
blown till over the eenirnl part of the
city. Flro followed tho evploslon
which war like mi ourlhoutike and
tho debris began burning Hcreelv.
Tho loss on tho building nud con-
tents Is total and will reach 3400.000.
Thu fronts of all business houses in
tho neighborhood of the explosion
wore demolished paved streets
ripped opon altd telephone cables
How tho explosion occurred is o
TEN THOUSAND MINERS OUT.
'lliii Ui'Ui-rn l'i'iiii.yliinlii foil Wiirltiin
strike for mi lmrtim of Wii(ii
I'msiu no. ln.. March . Ten
thousand railroad miners in the Pitts-
burg district struck to-day tor an
advance of fourteen cents oer ton or
slvt v-nitie cents the Columbus agree
ment. A secret circular was sent
out lust night ordering the strike.
MR. HARRIS QUIETLY MARRIED
11m I:-Iiiikih I nngri'xmaii llrliigbtir
ii llrliU- to I 1 Old ! omi.
Lavviii'.mk Run Marc'i . ICx
Congressuittn V. A. Harris of this
state was iiuietly married in Pttts-
burg l'a. February 7 to Misa C. r.i
Mitekuy. formerly of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Harris will return tc
'I ilii wood next Sunday.
'IIib Ntnv IrrifltKtlwii Hoard.
TopiiK.v Kan. Murch '. Governor
Morrill sent lo the senate the follow-
To he members of the irrignt or.
oominission 1. S. Kuaery of Douglas
county V. It. Sutton of Russell. 1).
M. Frost of Finney.
To be members of the state board
of charities .1. 10. Wilcockson of Io
gun county (ieorge A. Clark of ( lea ry.
To be assistant ndjul-int general
Charles I'. Drew of Osage eounty.
ilrplmtM flu 1 motlinr.
Ciiicvno March V Maria Rohan. S3
yours old and Anna R-diau 30 years
old orphan who oecupie 1 a suite of
rooms alone were found to-dny with
a gas Jet in their sleeping apartment
turned on full. Roth had evidently
been dead heveial hours. It is be-
lieved that tho deuths weie acciden-
tal us the girl's hnd a fair income
from a relative's estate and no ca i.e
for suicide is known by their friends.
'I he I'riKlili-tii t Hunt i
Washington Minvh . -Tho presi-
dent accompanied ! Dr. O'Reilly
his physioiuu Commander George F.
Wild of the lighthouse board aud
Commander Luiubertoii inspector of
the Fifth lighthouse tiistnet left here
this morning on the V;oKt for ten
days' shooting on the island w tert
of North Cuioliu.1.
oiii-.i.tii'i tilo mil -t Ish.
O.uaii.v Xeb. Murch --tlovernor
Ilolooiub has signed the unti-oliso-margarlne
bill but advises that it be
so amended as to allow the manu-
facture of oleo iu this state ami that
thu name "oleo" in conformity to
national law be substituted for "imi-
a iMf-rui i.ir KhiIwiI.
Lommiv Murch . Major (ienert)
Sir Henry Creswick Rawlinson Hart.
C. l It. soldier diplomatist and the
fir-t interpreter of the cuneiform in-M-r.ptiou
ttt Rabylon and N'ineveh aud
at olio time president of th 1 o.-al
Ot iigraphicul society is dead ul the
i.m of s1 years.
religion fiitrlM Nt IbirrfNl
Tkkxiuk N. J.. MarehS. Th sen-
ate today defeated Senator Rogers'
lull making it a misdemeanor for any
public school teacher to war any
garb iuaignia emblem or marks indi-
cating that such teacher belongs to
anv -eet or religious order.
A I arinei-N Wlf I tail 4 1 r I Ma.
Omaha. March i The wife of J
Ruellhorst a farmer of Alvo while
temiorarily insane Thursday went
to the smoke house and blew her
head oit' She left sin small childicii
Vltw Mltiuurl VII (or v ei. i i .4 is.
Shi.m.ia. Mo. M uvh s. Thu peo
pie of Smithtiiu to lav shi ; il a car
lottd of gi.iin tin I pi.ih'n.'ii in the
Nebraska sit tK-ii 1 - Tils 1:1 :!ws the
third c ir si nt f . . I ' s .. 1 t
Mra. A C. Scott of Ortlaboma City:
Mr. J. Iowe. Mrs. John Cotter'. Mrs.
George Orner Mrs. CaL Qrner Mra. O
R. Fegmi Mra. Taukeraley.Ml Cuip
vUitiug Mm Lowe; Mra. Brans visi-
tors at the council yesterday afternoon.
5tU. 9. Gort Report
II !(! ll
I'errv is ii U'.n .
works and el.i in"-
I as i .
1'otiea City has'a
The western coun ie- npm:
hour fall of rain last w ei '.
A romoanr is being foimcd
t lu r-
cell to build an oil mi 1.
The Wichita mountains -re 1 1 n
long aod six miles wide.
A Wood wa'd woman hasiuicd her!
husband of staving out Int.'. His
name is John and the otln r night lie
was fumbling at the do .r v. lieu she
whispered through the km hob : '"Is
that you Willie'.'"
Ok. City Star: A. couple of Itdiins
rode np to the homo of S M. Ruling
of Chandler a few dnv - hmo and
pointing a gun at him m ue h'm crt
them something to oit uml t nen to le
off without doing any d 'iii.i' e. Mr-
Moling and children ran out i.i"baii
door to a neighbor's hou-''
Hennesse' Cli per. A M "S i ir it
young man who reside t iu I - ci-n i
about 17 miles southwest oT I -ic. -li. t
and kil.ed" himself a we- v .) !;i-t
Monday. He vvus brooding imr tin . n
cial matters nud had 'i.'ne tioubli'
witn his father on Moi-.duv. His ioii s
missed him and on Ti I i.v u.-nt to1
his house and found hitn itiiir.; in a
chair with a bullet l.ol i'i h'.- brain.
He told his sister hp w i. j'o.i'g ii kill j
himself lie formerlv live' in t'.il .-
well Kansas i
Nowklrk Times: A broker while es-
corting a fair tiatnscl home -i--ui d h. r I
what sort of "mi'ticj" rh' lii.ed bist
Of course the blushing beauty nisi mt-
ly suggested matr.mony ' What in-
icimuunitunuL' I li.i u 1 1 -u l in in i u
oi current funds snui wild tat ili-
counts. "If propei ! ' invested r -plied
the charmer "i1 wi'l double t'.i"
original stoe'f every two yems "
A peculiar c is r.-jvirti d lv the.
El Reno (i'obe: 'I -. in. i Irani: Uti-
jor and W tsley ( o'.ely inn' Inn tiny
in the Wic tita roset atiu 'ti 1 1 1 1 !--!
what they claimed t W a d er. b it
what a man niMind -' u i'aei. dio
be a calf hones -v-. 'ii n w e eh
were identified as calf boi e I'll de
fendants sliotvc.1 ln.iii w; -. li .mm-
Identified as dei r bine :"d U i!.)(
showed a jar of ickled vi -ii on w . eh
they Claimed Ctl ue ftoi.i tl'e e- fiey
killed The defendant e u- I'-n.ell
with petit larceny. The jir w.:s out
al' n'g'it but could not ar-e upTi a
' i '.' t.d were ili-t uar.'ed the I'ol
N"t S i ' e
ni w mo n v 1 i i '
soni . f t j ' i
legi ii . '
vis ib -ii'
plctt -i ' l
the miiiiti i i i i
Cap .! l. '
tin ;. i .
The genial iunn . i i . i t ' so
Fourth ward 1 I'. L'n -. - s s nj.
moned home !a-t v. i ? I Ui.- re
port that burg .u - ul ii.-- t.-.l an en-
trance to his ri i Lu e tin ' i ' his ab-
aence. The valient city father made
p.-eparatio s to i i'd fresh laurels to
hislorgli-i of vii tci-ius but for once
he was outgeneraled for '.unload
making a capture be was cultured by
about forty of his friends who re-
minded him that he was born forty-
one years ago. and agreeable to an an-
cle ut custop 1 uld be necessary for
him lo sab (t i'ie old-fashioned
whipping. i-.o-ne. lllas a.v.pted
the Inevitable gracefully. L aut re-
freshments "Were served ui.d the even-
ing spent in social game- music and
c. 1. s f
The Cliautaeua w ll 'nt
ll i.l V
ttt J p. m. Ut thu ho'iie Mi I v
Items of ru-vvn
Table talk lit- i . r . n 1 ; .
A atudy 'I he .ii-i igui-h n.' iliai-
acteristici of the dilleicnl "ii'.lets of
architecture used by the ('nek and
A sketch Oliver tioldsm.tli ton-
traated character studies l on i r and
Readings Select lotif fmn ltm ns'
poems show lug hia gn a'. diviiit of
Renaissance and mod m at Chan-
ter VII. VIII 1.
From Chaucer to Tiutr 'i:ii.ter
The ticorgi i nnnstri! tio i- i he
best burnt ork u..gr . in m on jlie
road this tc io".
Instanti j i
.11 1 beases
r i i
WHEN ALL LLiS TAILS
Soap ar !
- . t
sleep and point 10 a speedy perma.
nent and economical cure when
all t'tiki i' u ' mi.
EIOHFS AND SliflDOWS.
r (ilSmin. I'nliilnl til li ii
Htiil AhiMt I be Cliy.
I idle. tfo and Iry tnetn. .Kim
niii'ii ii'" onneea oi me ofsst trip
Pih i t I'T
ncrfdtna at the TCagie d
A C Jltox a ( i
U"v. West la hn
Attorney Whsftel Mn Gorman.
.. -. - tmmm llll I I I
Deputy Will Nix Isdowu from Perry.
Marshal Ty I or of Perry la In the
i Its -
Supt o. Palmer of Noble count
i the cliy.
-. 1 H. Havlghorst and Carl
l'4mnstcr and Mra. Flattery an- nit
i : "in Oklahoma City.
Miss fesle Hammer of nklahom t
i iy is here visiting.
.1. M. Brooks bowglit another u
of goods yesterday.
K lltfr Kt-rwin of the
Democrat is in the city.
TWtiiond Sun. A'J'ftf
Mayor Martin Is In Cotroyvillc n
Oklahoma Central business.
J. V. Campbell custodian of the his.
tor.cal society is in tho city.
toi. II. A. Todd mid son are
guests of J. 0. Severns nud wife.
Inspector New ton has made an ad-
verse report In the ctiio of .lustkc
.lustier Jackson baa moved his olli (
to the buildiug east of thu I'a'aie
The Hotel Royal bar waa closed n-t
nvht on attai'hmenls in favor of Covl.-
1 iV fsiuith and Nix Hatsell .v Co.
l.mi Whorton the genial mid tus
i tl i.g editor of the Noble county senii-
i in I eatiie down from I'erry voslerduv
fo-ecthat buncomlie body the legU-
tu re die.
.1. K. Qtiein the urbane and level
headed editor of the Rdtnond Repi:b
I lean wns viewing the legislative nion
The Durr murder trial was given lo
' JurT l . Klo.c". yesier.tay niter-
noon and that Ooily was wrestling
iili the case at a lute hour this morn-
ing. (ll) A uckwon Jeavesthis
: . .!.. ..all In l.
" : --........
luiiinary work oil his new railroad.
be begun within two
Sillin and Liz.ie Williams colored
i ipliftcrs were arrested by Olli er
.t'ulce yesterday. They wen-
ight pilfeiing goods from Ranisav
os. and Grlsham A Steel's.
The lecture given by Prof. Ray last
n glit at tho M. 15. Church sooth was
a very able one and was highly up
p et luted by all who heard him. He
will repeat it at the requestor some
i! his hearers on next Tuesday night.
Mayor W. N. Rrayton returned lo
I'urkcr th la morning. Mr. Rrayton
lias been watching the movements of
Hie assembly closely and never lost an
opportunity for saying a good word
for IRuckwell and Parker lie is a
I itrlotic and loyal Kay county man.
Homer Ileury.one of the substantial
I isluess men and property owners of
I u tl Is iu the city and honored The
Leader with a social call. Mr. Henry
labored earnestly and successfully
if inst the county seat bill mi I gops
la k to. his people t-j receive their
lor a short order or a good Mi din-
ner oysters aud lunch go to the ( ov.
to'iiuiiitut'ou tickets 1 for M K
W Sullivan Proprietor lid' st
V"-s It it Miracle?
From the I'urci I Kiiqulror:
Dr. John It. Fu 'ong of anti-cnpitul
puuishment fatuuuii Oklahoma ( ay's
widely known spli.tiiHliatle hen.i.
made hla irat prolt- '! i v ivi t t'
mwiinpi w-wniji tne ion
t i .. '" "-"- ! r - . i i
appurentiy mtraculuous result-
sworn affidavit of the sick man i ing
belter reading than anything m can
pen upon the subject v.e Imewith
give it to our readers Mr. Clnrdy is
a brother of our postintisler:
Josh Clardy of lawful age being
duly sworn deposes and says that ho
resides in the town of Purcell Ind.
Ter. He says that about five months
igo he etilerely lost the use of one of
his legs fiom thehipdown and timing
1 that period he had not walked a step
Ion said leg uml that he moved uroiind
'oi.lywiih tho aid of crutches The
sai I -loshuu ( lardy further says that
a few days ago lie sent for .lohn R
Furlong commonly known as Jllie
i spiritualist healer of Oklahoma t ity
t) T to have him treat said bg 'I he
said .lo.hua Clardy further says that
about live minutes after the said .lohn
ill rut long touched his dei enn-d and
i helpless limb he the suid .loshuu
Clardy further walked around tho
I room without tho aid of anything mid
almost as well as he ever did. .loshuu
Clardv further says that ut the lime
Mr Furlong performed this cue there
wi re seveu or eight personc and they
could scarcely believe their senses
were both astonished and delighted at
the exhibition of Mr. Furlong's mar-
v clou i power The a Ills n I further
sav that he did not have much faith
that Dr. Furlong po3seed the heal-
ing powers that were claimed for him
but says he now not only believes that
Mr Furlong has this pivser but ho
'viiows It to be a fact. He suys Fur-
long used ou hjm uo drugs oi liniment
of any kin J. The attiant further says
that he knows nothing of the source
of Mr. Furlongs poweis aud eun only
sy in the language of the uriptiire
iiiav -onse i was a crinnle but imw 1
eai walk" To all of which utlimit
solemnly aweara Jouta Ciaiinv.
Joshua Clardy personally appeared
before me tbls 23d day of February
ls'.ii ami subscribed and swore to the
forego! ng statement.
I. R. IClMkUtM)
Pupi's i ether tardy orabs-.'iit during
month ending March a:
Fred Hrooka Haw Dana Uijlith
avis. Fred Day. Don Hammond Carl
llaner Adrian Holland Percy Luuiee
1 o Morris. Theo Morris. Dan Morris
luuius Oldham Lovel Sea to it Ralph
"stiles Roy Trabaud. Ralph Widmer.
Mbcrtllinkle. Walter Kerr. Rennie
Weinberger. Earl Soulr Ueitie Koule
Sampson Wright rr . Kbihimoii.
" ittvet.risi.ell OIh "siiiith
' a - 'in Stella Redmond Iiank
!! e II .'
i i ill r
Reserve smir seaN tor
1 mgie s m nstrris Mar b
ii it i
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