The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 201, Ed. 1, Wednesday, January 18, 1899 Page: 1 of 4
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OFFICIAL. OHOAN OP OKLAHOMA OHMOCRACf-UrPICIftL 8TATB1 PAFEH-OPrUCU OP PUUMWrtON. UAHUIBON AVKNUB
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA WF-UNESD-.V RVBNIWG JANUARY IS. 1890.
Wails' Bill Touching Deposit
c! County Funds
The house held a longer sr-sslon than
usual yesterday afternoon uot taking
adjournment until alter five o'clock.
The ways and means committee re-
ported faTorably on Hartley's bill re-
lating to lien of taxes upon real estate
with amendments and unfavorably on
Walls' bill for deposit of county funds
and Duffy's bill as to assessment of
notes and mortgages.
The gamo and fish committee to-
ported favorably on Malley'a bill in
regard to game and fish and unlavor-
ably on Koch's bill for the protection
of game and fish.
Malloy's bill relating to assessors
was reported back to tbe house by the
judiciary committee with nmecdinenu
Oa motion of Walls tho house went
into committeo of the whom for the
consideration of Wail's bill regarding
deposit of county funds which had
just been uufarorab y reported by the
ways and means committee. After
amending the bill in committee it was
finally killed by a vota of 10 to 0" Tbe
comml too rose and on motion of Doyle
tho bill was placed on third reading
and was lost by a vota of 15 to 10.
Adjourned until 0 a. in. this morn-
ing. MOll.NIXO tjESStOX.
Mr. Wails presented u petition from
tho citizens of Cleveland county ask-
ing that the quarantine be raised.
Tho committee on quarantine ro-
portcd favorably on Mr. Walls' bllll
authorizing tho employment of u terri-
torial veterinary surgeon and creating
a sanitary comml-sioo.
Houso resolution Mo. 17 introduced
yesterday by Thomas asking for an
itemized statement by the auditor of
the affairs in tho adjutaut general's
ofilec during tho Rosen Daum regime
camu up under the rules.
Ilolliday moved to refer but re" fed
On motion of Thomas seconded by
Doyle tho resolution was adopted.
A memorial from tho Taxpayers'
League ol Logan county asking the
passage of the Doyle bill was read:
The following bills were introduced:
Houbo bill CS by Morten an act re-
quiring city clerks in cltUs of tbe Qrst
class to keep a juurnal and record and
record tho proceedings in tho council.
House bill 50 by Morten an act
legaliz ng tho purchases of run! eetuto
already made by cities of tho first
Houso bill 57 by Merton providing
for purchase of real estate personal
property and other purposes.
HOU60 bill 58 by Willtin changing
the tlmo of listing prop rty
IIou o bill 50 by Walls relating to
IIou&o bill CO by Smith providing
clerk for tho probate emir'.
House bill 01 by McE Rath provid-
ing that salaries of county flicers in
January . . .
Is the winter month when all
merchants clean up their win-
ter stock. This month this
year we have some bargains
to offer for the least nume.
that have ever been our good
fortune to secure. Our tr.ide
has been larger than everb -fore.
As a lesult we have
more odds and ends left this
season than ev.r before.
Odds and Ends
accumulate the best thing a.
shoe dealer can do is to sell
them at whatever price they
may bring. Dm ing January
of every year we put that
price low enough that bar-
gains ily in every directu n.
You understand we can't fit
you an in tnese nroicen iois.
but if you happen to get a fit
you get a great bargain.
Come in and we bhall take
pleasure in showi g you
through and if you find oinc
thing to suit you will be
pleased. If not j'ou will be
out nothing but your time.
We lead; others try to fol-
low. E13EHSCHMIDT I WtflPL
N. F. CHEADLEV
Wh' rule and Retail
McAIester lannM City and Antoucltb
QarQeld county shall bo based on the
enumeration of 1890.
Houbo bill 02 by Thomas amending
section 40 chapter 15 session laws of
House bill 03 by Thomas repoaling
section 8 article 1 chapter 41 of the
session laws of 1805.
Tbo following bills wcro referred to
51 to committee on judiciary.
53 to committee on roads and high-
ways. 63 to committee on banks and bank
54 to committeo on judiciary.
Lewis Sargeant was announced by
Mr. Hay bb clerk of the committee on
penitentiary and reformatory institu-
tions; M. J Weighin clerk of com-
mittee on banks and banking; D. T.
Vanklrk clerk of committee on roads
a-.d highways; Minnlo Wood clerk of
committee on asylums; J W. Illcket
cleric of committeo on compensation
of public oilkers; llcssie Ulnistcad
clerk of committee on quarantine and
Uuydcn M. White clerk of the com-
mittee on railroads wcro announced
un motion of .loncs tho house went
into committeo of the wholo for con-
sideration of houso bill IS by Wails
providing for removing attorney
qualifications from probata judges
tlad.ey was called to the chair. The
committee rose and reported that tho
bill do not pas which report wak
adopted by a volo of 17 to S
Un motion of Jones tbe house ad-
jjurncd until this afternoon.
Immediately upon convening this
afternoon tho following committees
Committee on ways and means
House bill 4S; that it do not pass.
House bill SO being an art to fix
a limit to tbe taxing power of Okla-
homa terr tory anu for oilier pur-
poses; that It do not pass.
Houso bill 30 providing for tho man-
ner of paying tchi ol dist let and town-
ship taxes; that it do pass.
Committeo on bankB and banking
House bi 1 15 to restrict and regu-
late tbe rate of interest; that it do
Houso bill 53. providing for the as-
sesiment of banks; that it do not pass.
Committee on insurance
Houbo bill 11 to govern Insurance
companies that it do not pass.
Mr. Olmstead introduced tho follow-
ing bills by permission:
An act regulating 'jury and witness
An act to establish a board of agrl-
culturo. Oa motion of Doylo tho house re-
solved itself into committeo of the
whole. Houso bill No. 15 by Mr.
VVbIIb limiting the rate of interest to
IS per cent was taken up after hav-
ing been unfavorably reported by the
committee on banks and banking. It
was defended by Wills and Duffy but
was defeated by a vo e of 10 to &.
Houso bill No. 8 by lladley provld
ing fur puro ol a was next taken up.
Tills bill makes it a penalty to sell
illuminating oils in the territory
will h wlil not stand 120 flash test
nd provides that all packages of oil
shall be stumped by wholesalers in
accordance whth the net The b 11
was adopted with committeo atuend-
tne t after wh ch the commi tee of
ilie whole arose.
It was moted by Doyle that tho re
port be ad pud as a whole. Mr. Mer-
tn warned" to koow if it affected the
l.iw providing for oil inspector already
n the statute books.
Up in being satisfied Mr. Merten an-
nounced his readiness to vote and tho
report was adopted.
On motion of Hadlcy House Iilll 8
was considered engrossed placed on
th'rd reading nd rnsscd by a vote of
22 to 2 Merten nd VanKirk voting in
t o negatitc.
Furth- r consideration of IIoiiBe Iilll
15 was 'ndeflnitely postponed.
A resolution was introduced by Hoi-
Hdav expressing condolenco to the
family of A. C. ilishop and passed
VanKirk complained that committee
rooms wcro unsatisfactory and was
assured that the matter would be
On motion of Merten tho Houso ad-
urntd at 2 p m.
Is the Senate on the Peace
tion Scripps McRao Leugue.
Washington January 18 Advocates
of the ratiticaiion of te pease treaty
aro confident it will be ratified. They
ha e made a cl03o canvass of the son-
ate with this rcult; In favor of rati-
ft atlon 54: against 20; doubtful 10
Advoc tes of the treaty expect to get
enough votes rom tbe doubtful col-
umn to pull it through.
Submarine Boat For Franco.
Scrlppi Mclt&o League
Paris January 18 The Matin has
opened a subscription for a submarine
t rpedo boat for the Frei ch navy s'm-
ilar to the new Quatave Zede whose
recent trials were so successful. The
proposed boat will be call-id the Fran-
cals. and lnnl4?' OVlahowa. Ayeans.
To Gomniilto-s are the Gov
ernor's Various F
This was the most beautiful day of
tho wholo session and tho bright sun-
Bhino seemed to have a g od ellec ou
the members of the council and most
of them wore countenances in keep'
in with the bright outlook and long
before tho hour of 10 o'clock arrived
all wcro in their acats with a good an
dience in the gallery with a fair
sprinkling of ladles while Insido tin-
rail tho ladles committee In charge o(
the woman's suffrage legislation fiat
watchiog the interest involved in thit
Promptly at tho hour President Mc-
Credle let hl-t gavel fall calling the
session to order. Prayer by tho ehup-
laln. Clerk Ardery rend the record o'
yesterday and there appearing no
objections it was ordered to stand
Houso concurrent reso'utlon No. 4
sent to tho council yusterdoy by re
quest was returned to that body for
House bill 7 in relation to real f 8
tate was read t'to firs time and re-
ferred to committee.
Council bill 30 r ad by title and re-
ferred to c mtnitteo on judiciary.
CoU' cil bill 40 referred to commit-
teo on education.
(ouncllbill 41 referred to commit-
tee on judiciary.
Council bill 42 referred to commit
tec on education.
Council bill 43 by Uandy relating
to t.ial by jury under town and city
Council bill 44 by Qandy defining
the dutlcB of aesenfor.
Senator moved that U o rules be bus
pended and the bli reud second time
by title. This wus opposed by S ua
Uarko on a point of law hlch ltd to
quite anauima ed discussion in which
senators Uutto. lilddiisuu Havens
Uarrisou and othert pariicip ted and
finally toe motion of .Sen turv-Uandy
prevailed by a vote of i0 to 3 and the
bill was read a seeo d lime and re
ferrcd to tho commliteo on county
Quito a dltcusston hero took place
between Senutors liidolson und Clarke
and othcis us to the 00 (Ihjs lluiilu
tloiiottho set-sion whether Sundays
vere included in tbe GO duys provided
for tho du atlon oi the si&bion and
tho calendar be rcai on the Dibit.-
stead of the 7th day.
Uouncii bill 45 by llrelt vicillug
townslles uni'er ceriuiu conditions.
Counc 1 bill 40 by Reliutuy relating
to screens 1 sa ooiis and amending
tho law thereto
Council bill 17 by Havens relating
tj formullou of laws and governmc t.
Council bill 4d by Uandy. un ua ro
ealiug cnupur 17 lu the laws of Okla-
homa of lb07.
Senator liidd son aschalrmanof t e
commit ee to whom w.s ref-rreii tne
governor's mesbuge tumle t e report
which was reud by Mr. Quleu.
At Uhb point Senator Uandy offered
an ainendm in which ruuliy umouuted
to a substitute for ihu commute ' re-
port which precipitutid u 1 vely dlb-
cubslor. in which neaily every ma i-ber
look part ttenutor Wundy's amend
ment it seemed to be understood wut
in tho interest of the Nurtnwi stern
Normal at Alva at ieus it was s.j re-
garded and the right of the governor
to apportion the r-vrnuu urUiug from
section 13 umoi g certain institutions
Uandy s amendment was voted
down by a lurg vole?"
The question hen recurring upon
tho original report ufter ua amuud
ment auggeBted by Senator Clarke and
accepted by Secalur liiddlson to Inoert
tho word 'Uovernor" -.vhero tne word
"Exc Jlency" appeared in tho report
tho report -a wholo was adopted.
The vari us subl c s treatid of In the
governor's message w ro referred to
tbe following c in ml Use-:
Relating to tbo treasurer's report to
committee on ways and mesne.
Anditor's report to ways and means.
Revenue Bssetbinent. luvy and
equalization to ways und moans.
The taxation of ludian ru&ervations
ScLool lands to judiciary.
Rentals of so ttoii 13 to judiciary.
Uo'-UU of section 23 to public in-
stitutions. Rentals of sections 13 an 1 33 Orfcu'
county to judiciary.
Indemnity lands to public land.
Public school to education
Territorial University and normal
Northwestern Normal to ways acd
Agricultura and Mechanical college
to ways and means
Langston A. and N. University to
Deaf dumb and blind public Insti-
tutions. Attorney general Judiciary.
Ranks and baukiug private co-pora
Oil irspectl n jud clary.
Territorial library public Institu-
tions Hoard of heilth municipal corpora-
tion. National guard mil-iary aff tlra.
Trans Mississippi exposition way
tiive atoeir interests quarrantlne
ana animal tnau-try
Insane public Institution.
Youthful criro'nals public Institu
Giro in laws che'inn
PuoHc highways county ac county
Pharmacy and dentistry county and
Amendment of criminal code judi-
ciary. Senator Huston cha'rman of thr
coramlttee on rule reported recom-
mending n'lgtt enanvra in ru'rs 43. 43
and 49 Kulo 43 rrrclplurd qu te a
lengthy dlcttlon participated is by
(Havens Clarke Huston Thackor Gar-
rison and lliddlson. After one or two
C'laugcs they were adopted bv rt rote
of 13 yeas noes 0.
Senator llellamy submitted n reso-
lution memoiallzlsg congress to se-
aside certain school luuds for ecuietrt
ies. Referred to committeo on mu-
to'incil on motion took a tuceis u ii-
lll 7:30 this evening.
Thoso who kmw Senator Winkler
will regard his se ecllon bb chairman
of tho ways und means committee as
a good and w'so one.
Senator Clarko don't mind being
turned down on a nolut of order when
the sequel pans out as It did Mend ay
Preside -t McCredlu seems to have
tho liiculty of anjiibtlng liiuibo f to tne
oundHlnns nnd nut ttio conditions to
himself and at ouco a eepleu the re-
sult with the buiuc good humor that a
Ooy dl pla.tu on aiching bib llrnt fish
As u slate suitstiur llutio is - ut tied
to the houors He has a way of going
utiotit in U'attcru of thut sort a la
It s pretty reasonable nnd within
the bounds of fact to su that the fln
fur woipan suffrage will be on In itood
ouruest before the present leg slum re
is many days older The movement
iias been quietly tt work til over tho
errltory lur somr time and ub jut next
week the fair daughters of Mrs Adam
wil swoop down upou tho legislature
and create such a cluttering around
legislative cars as has not been heard
before on lht or any other subj -ct In
the lifetime of th. terrl ory.
Had President McOredle'a committee
budget been adopted tho Democrats
and Populists would iavobcen left out
to freezo without chairmanships As
provided for In ihollHtof committee
n tho budget offered byb'enitor Frank
Uutto and adopted by the council the
Democrats gei four chirmanships and
the P pulists one while the Ropubll
cans get twelve.
Senator Magncss In chairman of the
committee ou education and a member
of five other committees.
S nnt or llellamy is chairman of the
committeo on enrolled and engrossed
bills and a member of six other com-
mittees Sena orThsckcr Is chairman of the
committee on private corporations and
corporate las und a member of seven
other coinmlUu R
Senator C arke in chairman of the
committeo on mllitury niTairs and a
m in i er of four other commit cos.
i Implaln Nicholas doesn't look I ko
h- is verv hopeful whn lie cuic'uitox
his n ornlng i rayer and cabiahlseju
over tin- c uncll.
The Democrats couHn't have don
miich better in chairmanships If they
hud controlled the council.
Oat-nf tho bejL IlKlurml-inrii-in tbr
council Is Senator Harrison except
when Serator Clurke aectiscs him of
t'elng oliler than he fs Hit t-ayt- Clurlio
lnnUtn ilit h whs bon clnco tho civil
war and he dmi't btlleve It
Or. lef Clerk Palmer has about bhalion
eff la grippe.
I'st'il Fru LMIi.m- bj'ii Drnuhcii
Sc ipps MaRue Leoguo.
Newark O January 18. John Col-
well ogid 21 oume from Logun Ohio
Saturday to work on tho natural gas
lino between Newark and M uut Ver-
non. In ttie cvemag he. startt d on a
spree About inl'inlht ho wus found
dead undo u ugon ut -t. Loul-vllle
and hi- partner nown as "Red" was
found dead drunk using the e rpso as
a till ow l hero wi-ro no murks of
vloUnce on tliH bndv
11 HI F II i I'M
Col. K F. StiiuB tb up from Oklabo-
P'lleemm ltUhop carried 82000 In-
surance. Sam Mathews is down from Mu
Vayor Ro key will namo a new po-
liceman to till iiishop's place tomorrow.
Major Woodson is over from Dir-
llngtouHgency attending the bcottlth
At a late hour this afternoon It was
reported that Marshal ll.xur could
nut live till morning.
Woodmen of the Wcrld attention!
He at T wera' barber shop. Fun. ral
of A. O Ribbop
Loeal saloonkeepers have called a
mooting for tomorrow to protest
Bgiinst Rev. Rucknur.
MUb Ollvo Ulazler wbo is to give a
ro ital at tne M E. church tonigft. i
a daughter of Couduutor UUzicr ot
the Sauta Fe.
Suit was filed today in the district
eourt by Peter Hahon in Win James
et al. foreclosure proceeding of mort-
gage and the collection of tux due.
J. M. Noble general manager of tbe
Arkansas Valley Telephone company
Is In the ulty with a crew of linemen
making connection with the Perkins
telepnone line. Tomorrow everybody
can hello to Mulball Orlando Perry
tillwatrr and Pawnee
Territorial Manager J. W. Wilson
of tho Mlsso r k Kansas telepnone
com pan v U tn the city haudlng out a
iieat loldei io colors showing to what
exirn' his company benefits the cuun-
ry merchwut. who can sit in hlsplac-
of busiueB and order his goods from
any p'jlut I the eatter niarhets.
he bus' and can talk to hia ;amlly
who is sperdnig the winter in the
a uih or summer a. tbe aea s'-ore. The
The Kam-B6 City system shows that
thev uperat exchan es In 330 towns
In Miurl and ICansus. The south-
ern Kansas system baa in etchanireB.
the O- lab man stem has 18 exchanges
at-d the Spinffi-M syt m 10 Taking
all In all the. f Ider la a useful rrr-
encu as it shows ja workings of tbe
immerse conce a also contains a
complete map of tbo territory covered
b' the company. A r quest to Mr.
W'on for a folder will probably
oria nne ui rt-mrn man
hat covr dlMane quick al'ght?
"hiiiit rresay ay or n'gnt ?
What costs bo Utleforiicb might?
Occasioned by the f
Havana January 18. A semi-panic
caused by a threatened h in all pox cpl-
(icinlc reigns in tho amp of tho First
Indiana. P lvate Dealer is dead and
Private G ravin is in a precarious con-
dition. Tho long deUycd vaccine virus
has arrived nnd tho Burgeons aro very
busy vaccinating tho men.
IS UK THIS MAN
Arrest ol" Nowton Johnson for
Uurder of Two LVrsnim.
Linn Creok Mo. Jan. 18 Nowton
Johnson ha been arrested charged
with tho murder of Geo. W. Anderson
and Annie Wartsbcck. Ifo pr. tests
Occurs Nhilo Krynn Is Deliver-
ing His Address at Denver.
Denver January 18. While Colonol
Rrynn was delivering his address hero
last night the platform on which ho
was standing broke and 300 people
went down with the wreck. No one
was seriously injured. Mr. liryan soon
found more securo footing and contin-
ued his address.
Does 31rs. Frank UrunoiyWifo
of the Dull Piuyer.
Ualllopoll 0. Jmi. 18. Henry Oil-
niuuonu ot thowou.Uuleiit.eUUonii
her- has been sued" for 910000 dam-
ngus by Mrs. Frank llrunor wife if a
ball player bhe alleges assault.
U Gtcgia Lines up A gainst
xpanslon Alaskan Offi-
cers to be Rewarded.
Washington January IS llacon. ol
Georgia uddrcbsed the senate today
in opposition Io the expansion policy.
His speech was lengthy and carefully
A message ws received f om tho
prcsl enttecltl g t!e achievements of
tlio rendner rxped tinn to Alaska last
year and recommending that the
thanks of congretH bo extended to
some of the officers and gold medals
Solomon Down Willi Hiiinllpox at
Special to The Dally Leader.
Wellston January 18. The-o can
be no doubt of tho fact that snr.llpox
has Btruuk this placo and wo have ouo
well developed case in that of P. of
Johuion who is quarantined at tho
GUie restaurant. Iery prccautiun is
being taken to confine it and prevent
itb spread; but with all of these safe-
guards it s feared our community will
Prof Johnson is the superintend-
ent of the public schools ot Lincoln
county. He camo down from Cbaudlcr
on Sunday evening to look after the
school matters and on Monday morn
Ing the eruptions of smallpox appear-
ed upon bis body. He was at tbo res-
tauarnt of A. Elsie which is about 100
feet from the hotel ocd on tbe lot ad
joining a livery stable. A guard was
placed on tbo property and Dr Hxrrl
man notified. Ho arrived this morn
ing from Chandler pronounced tho
case smalldox and provided for a strict
Tbe family of A. Kltio consists of
himself wlfa and three children The
fatn ly is quarantined with Johnson
ilow many have been exposed It le
bard tc tell. Prof. Jobnton did not
know that he had been exposed and
pjesuned that he had not been. This
case Is causing more apprehension than
any other owing to that fact. Tbe
question ia most t cquently f-ked
Whr e Is one safe aga list erposuro tu
Dr. Ilar I man drovo south ttom here
to a camp ot KlcUapoos three miles
north of Mcxmd 'here It Is reported
sma'lpox has bruken out The doctor
aya tboro are no new cases at Btroud
and that nearly all tbe cases are con-
valescing. It J reported here that the McOin-
Ll fatally two nallac south ot town is
down with iaallfox
And Heavy Seas are Delaying
Now Yorn Jan. 18. Fierce ga'ea
and heavy seas aro sovorely delarlng
ocean traffla and many steamers are
bolatcd but no unonMnes la folt.
Muy Not Go to Iho Unittd States
Harrisbrg. Pa Jon. 16. Tho legtii
laturo took n ballot for senat r todu
and Quay cnuul muster but 113 votes.
William (Jolting His Hark Up
Over Dorry's Spoeclt.
Rerlln January 18 Social papers
here urgo Emperor William to seek
b tlsfaction for Congress man Ilerry'n
Bpeorh In Washington Frid-iV whi h
they regard as Insulting to Onrmant.
Oovernment has not co s.dered the
cmarks seriously. Merry snnko of
whipping Uermany In his speech
tho naval bill.
SHE IS SHY
ilow Kato Clnxton
Manrgo u Tin aire
"NBwVurU-Jnn-t8-.Afii;r an exper-
ience of thtce 7ceks. Kate' Oiaxtou
gave up the inHnngement f the PrM
tlio-tre llrooklrn Saturdar ul-it.
S1.S00 nut of powHet und with u strain-
ed nervous sybtem.
It was Mini Uaxton'H Urst lnana
gcr al experience and aaeordlug to
her own statements her last
It was at MUs (.Uxtnn'H theatre
last week that a p mnp It xa i In
' Cyrano de Rergerna" fell lu the slug
with a flimsy b loony smashing Cyra-
no's nose in the full
Slntiidtil if Ciiiian Waters
Ilnvitna fun. 18. The Fronuh
Bteam r Versulies i nsliore mi the
northern coast of Pinsr del R o piov
luce. Her position Is dangerous.
In a Tilt Uvir I'rinliiiu (lu
Ueyort of Jl'nl Dirt dor.
Scripps-MoRao L aguo.
Washington Jau 18 There was a
tilt In thu house today over Hie print
lug ot Several thousand ext a cop' s
uf tho report ot the dlrt tor of the
mint. Mr. Hailey oujtx-tud on the
ground that tho report waa an argu-
ment for tho god bt ndurd and the
matter was laid over The home
then went into omra tteeof the wholo
to consider the light hoube und bridge
Now York in
il ail e
Sorlpps McRao League.
Albany N. Y. Jan 18. Chauncey
Depew w a declared elect d to the
United States Huuao today.
'l0 I'rt VrHl War.
Paris Jn. 18. The Frenoh social-
ists are about to address a uianlfislo
to tbe English soclallsU urging a uou
tlnuanco of tne propaganda for the
purpose of frustra ing the efforts t
tbe nationalists to bring about a er m
inal war between Fran a e and En-
Of Mr Dingley LcnvrB a Va-
cancy on Anglo American
Washington Jau 18. The death of
Repretentuilva Dingley leaves a va-
cai.cy ou the Aug Q-Amotiuau eoiuuila-
slon which it la said the prowldant has
dwalded to fill fcpeidily R-preteula
tlvelawney is beiug urged for the
.ll(li(uil H'wi J Ml
You are reqiestrd to meet at tbe
I Elk' re on. s tomorrow tit 1 o'clock
menu inw tuoerai oi A u. tiuaop.
Of New York io be Chairman
of !fio Ways and Means
Washington Ian 18 Representa-
tive Payne of New York Ib certain to
suaci'td Dlngley as chairman of the
wnys and m aus committee- Th
ait. r has been settled by Speakar
's a Michlgin Man and
Never Hi sign.
Sorlppa MeRau League.
Wat.hlng on January 18 The ab.
"pnee of grcrrto-rv Alger from tbo cab-
net aieetlny yesterday was soiled on
as a algn of dlsoenfcion in tho cabinet
nd rumors of A ger'a early retire-
ment were freely o rculatcd. Rumora
were not. however tra eablo to any
Vttacks M'liiiciiml Ofilcors &t
a rensant's Clnb.
Scr'pps McRao League
Ruda Pes .Jutmary 19 The suppres-
lon of the snclalUt peasant's club at
Uannn rou'ted yes erday In tbo mob
it auklng the tnunlelpal olficers Oen-
darmi'H find Into thu crowd killing
lx and woundlnir slxren.
lutonoiny to bo Accorded
Province of .Sunllngo
Santlagii January 17 Yesterday
was ulmri ved s a holiday here owing
io the Hi-mi In a (llpich received
from Dr. J qiuln Cubllllu who ac-
ompmil. il Uxuerul Wood to VVashlng-
on to explain to Mi-ICmley the polliU
al ml oooiii.uilo O'iioilln b prevailing
here. Il Ciin' .-Id fiat tbe ad"
muiUtruiliiii i id decide tn grant vir-
ual iiui4iiiuii'y iu o. provl ce of Ban-
lugo a d ht lb- re would bo no
central za'inri nf iiiitlmriiv at ilavatia.
WiuiIh (o be Iho 3Eun uiut
Miridhtn Misi January 18 In a
speeu lust night Oov McLuurln nu-
fioiinoi htm. etf us a caudldate for tho
U Led Stat i onule.
Tc be Triul by u Court Xurtlftl
WHhhtnL'tnn Jun.18 AdJutantQcn-
era! Our lu loft her this morning for
N. w Yo k He fore his d- parture ho
Mild tliKl th detail tor u c urt martial
t try lien. Rigan vvniild nut be made
p bile today. Ilea. E igan waa at bis
.lllae todHj- No ordi r 'or his arrest
haK been Usued a d may not be until
tomorrow wlun Col Weston wl'l rr
Cruiser lin Arrived ut llombay
Scripps Moltao League.
New York January 18 Tho cruiser
Uulrltrh. o route to N-.rfork from
Manila r-rived at Rumbay this morn
x had Hi zfaii of the scaly itchy kind urta
ie n I t'oi.svt aiy f anJ anna wer
toroincotnranr I took hie bolt two! CCTl-
cctut Resoivett. washed with Cdticosa
Boe pnt oa Ci tu i! ra (ointment) and re uA
great rt!tf U$la !! aaU go; a clean M
Slla UlAutl to f CTJCC R A.
VALESTI -a EGXER
Uareli 1 1S. 10a Stars Bt-. Urogkljra X T.
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r hut rent TiimT. TV.nrn'i.PlUiCwu--'k-.v
il. olUin. e Cmict .. (oiufi.u.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 201, Ed. 1, Wednesday, January 18, 1899, newspaper, January 18, 1899; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74435/m1/1/: accessed February 27, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.