The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 292, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 3, 1899 Page: 2 of 4
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TflK LJBADIR. QDTHR1J5 OKLAHOMA.
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WEDNRSDAY MAY T lu'
MerttnQ nf Oklahoma I'rmn .lrfnItii.
Pursuant to Instruc ions of the Ok-
lahoma press association in session at
Unthric January II 1 '. the annual
meeting of the nsot'iiMon I herebv
called to meet In Nrman Oklahoma
May 11 1899 at 8 o'clock p. n for ths
purpose of transacting such business
as may properly come before the asso
elation -1. It. Caiipiiki.i.
Lon Wiiohtok l'rosldont.
A (Ul r 089 of welcome Mayor of Nor-
man. Ucsponsc I'rostdentof the Assocli
' Charaetcr of Journalism " T. V
"Cut Mate" Roy H Stafford
"County Printing" Tom Woosley
"A Now Editorial Cult" L. O Nib-
lack. "Personal Column" Tom .larboe.
Newspaper Legislation" Will T.
"Cash Subscription Plan" ltert
"The Subscription List" J. W.
"Nowtpaper Knowledge of School
Workk" D. U. Iloyd.
"The Editor as a Politician" V. II
"Duty of tho Newspaper to the
Public" J. V. Admire
"A (Jood Impression" II.H.Ollstrap.
"Holution of the Newspaper to the
Homo Candidate" Kdgar tsrain.
Our Association" W. E. ltolton
Tm:r are already runnln? Colonel
Funston for ofllco up In KansaB.
It's time to call a halt on Coghlan
crltclsm. What If iJowey had said it?
A Washinoton papor says: "The
speakership contest is somewhat
young young yet but Hon. Dennis
l'Myiin of Oklahoma la out for some
"good Western man" like Hon. Jim
Sherman of New York. Thus does
Ibe great West lino up for the fray."
TIIK VimuVKAOV J. A7.VJJI.liK.VJiy.Y-
The Washington correspondents of
Republican papers having a time
of comparative leisure on hand are
striving to do Justice to their employ-
ore by recasting tho Democratic na-
tional committee and Riving dark
hints of tho unalterable intention of
the gold Democrats to control the
next national convention These
things aro suQiciently amusing to
those behind tho scenes who under-
stand how dull tho national capital
becomes when congress is not in ses-
sion. Itut a largo section of tho pub-
lic is sensibly affected by those dark
and dismal rumors Many absent-
minded Democrats aro inclined to
bollcvo that thero is something In the
reports and largo numbors of Ropub
Means wag their heads as if they were
in tho seerotof those political conspir-
acies. The Lkaiikh is conildont how-
ever that tho various publications
which have lately cmaiu'ed from
Washington belong to tho category of
pleasing and Innocent Inventions
The gold Domocrats will como just as
near to controlling tho national coin-
mltteo as thoy will to controlling tho
next national convention aud tlilb
latter they will control when tho sky
falls at tho command of tho lark
catchers. Tho attontlon of readers Is
called to a few obvious facta with ro-
spect to the membership of the next
Now York Pennsylvania the Now
.cugmnu siaies uuu Wisconsin woro
represented by gold Democrats in tho
Chicago convont'on; thoy will not be
represented by gold Domocrats In tho
convention of Ittoo. The gold Demo-
crats have lost control of tho party or-
ganisation in nearly all Btatoa where
thoy wielded it in lb8. This is true
of Maine Massachusetts and Now
Hampshire and in every state where
tho platform Democrats get togother
in ccnventlon and select dolegatos
these dolegatoa will be accorded seats
in tho convention of 100. In other
words Democrats will bo soatod in
preference to antl-De -rats. At the
Chicago convention thb gold Domo-
crats cast 3ul votes. If they oast any
in the next convention it will bo be-
cause the platform Democrats in some
ot tho Republican jtatos acoord them
the privilege of controlling tho party
organization In Pennsylvania Wis-
consin and Massachusetts the Demo-
crats are already in control of tho
party organization. How about New
York' In 1600 the New York Democ
racy in splto of tho .act that its dele
gates bad seccdod rotn tho Chicago
convention iudorsed tho platform.
And since that time no candidate
noauuatod for ofllco hu9 undertaken
to repudiate the platform. This being
so it may be said in advance that ttio
Now York delegation In tho next con-
vention will be for tho Chicago plat-
foira and will favor tho renominatlon
of Uryan. At any rate it will not
opecly reprcsont tho gold Democrats.
That much is a foregone conuluslon.
The New York Sun. which la not de-
ceived by the casual publications from
Washington says that ISO gold dele-
gates out of P30 members of the con-
" To Do III Costs More
Than To Do Welt'
Tfiis "wise saw" might
property read "It costs
more to 33E ill than to BE
well. " The source of all
health is rich strong blood.
It is to the body what the
mighty streams are to the
earth. If the blood is pure
the body thrives; if the blood
is weak or impoverished
then every pulse-beat carries
weakness instead of strength.
Why mnko the cost of living moro
than it need be? Purify jour blood
nnd give jour constitution a clinnco to
do its level host. Tho only perfect
blood purifier and vigor-maker in exist-
ence is tho world-famed Hood's Snrfia-
parilln. It brings good perfect health.
It never disapiKiints.
Scrofula-" When three months old our
baby Roy was covered with Itching and
burning scrofula sores. The best physicians
failed to relieve. Hood's Snrsspnrilla saved
his life as It ronde t permanent cure." Mns.
Lilmk M. Fish Kut Sprlncport Mich.
Crip " Through the blcaslntc of God
Hood's Sarsapnrllla and Hood's Pills cured
mc of crip and tho niter weakness. My
heart nnd nerves were badly nITected but
am now strone and hearty doing all my
housework. I have been a talking adver-
tisement for Hood's among my neighbors."
Mrs. Maiiy M. MrssENOtrt Freehold Fa.
Rheumatism-Rlicumntism Is a dls-
cam ot the blood and the field must be
neutralised to elicit a cure "I was troubled
with rheumatism so badly that I could not
walk. Hood's Sarsapnrllla cured me " Mas
Mitchell McDkrmott Southbrldge Mass.
Eczema "My daughter had eczema
nnd It nflectcd her eyes The doctor said
It was incurable. Her skin Is now smooth
and' white and all on account of Hood's Bar-
saparllla. I have taken It for weakness nnd
can now walk three or four miles easily."
Mrs. E. A. IltNjiY Snuk Centre Minn.
Catarrh "I suffered from childhood
with catarrh. Was entirely deaf In one enr.
Hood's Sarsapurllln cured mc nnd restored
my hearing." Mns W Stokes Midland Tex.
TKOOL'S AT WAHDNISU
They nro Wnrinly Wt loomed by
JIiihId ks Jlun
"Warxlner Idaho Moy This sftesnom
(he first OetRGhmfri't or regulars arrived
from Spokane They wen- nu-t at tWio
depot by a crowd of IuirIih'sx men and
citizens who irave them a orlll wel-
come More troopa me xievpi1 to mm
torriffTt or tomorrw nnd li Thumday
night It la hped BOO regulars will be
csmped In or near the liwn
For the present It Is exerted! that the
troops Will remain 4ere serving s a
guard nnd no nggfMelv notion Is ex-
pected Until tde coroner's Inquest h
Spoktuie. Wash Max A. telegram to
the Spokesman Review from Wardner
at 7 p m bay llmt Mie miners urrkm
threaten to clean out the one company
of regulars there -fcefore reinforcements
Q rent exqltinietn prev&lls.
Wardner Ids.. May x. Shortly after
the arrival this afternoon of Company M.
21th Infantry Captain IlAtclietdor. com
manding a report was spread among the
Inhabitants ot rhe place that the union
th In am from Canyon Creek had had
stnrted nlown to Ward tier for the purpose
of wiping out the company of regulnr
troops before relnforoetrcnit could nr
Sixty non-union men armed with rifles.
Immediately rushed down the rond from
Wirdner to the railroad Mat Ion. for the
purpose of stopping Wie union men
The report Is not credketl here and was
probably occasioned by the suspension of
telegraphic communication bf ween
WRrdner ami Wallace.
Quite a number of union men left today
on the trains going In lMh directions. But
two arrests have leen male and thrp
are lioth out on liall. Martial law has not
yet been declared but It Is expected rhat
It will lw tomorrow Coroner France will
commence tho InnueM of John Smith the
union man killed last week an soon a
ultnpjtsos can bo subpoaeneil.
James Cheyn shot In the hip by the
mob on Saturday dletl today. He Is a
Knight of Fythls. Ilia body will le re-
turned to this plnce. tomorrow for Jttd c-
tnl investlgntlon and Interment.
Other troops will arrive tomorrow
State Auditor Sinclair Is still here se-
llood't 1111s cure llreMlU the con Irrlutliif; n4
only cthrtle to tnlta with llood'i H4riprlll
vention would bo a liberal estimate.
We should think so indeed' If they
have any delegates at all it will bo
because the Democrats in ono or two
states do not call conventions and
select dolcgatcs to Chicago.
Those Dcmoccats in New York and
other eastern states who havo per
mitted themselves to be bulldozed by
tho money powor havo not gained any
thing by It. Thoy permitted thoir lo-
cal organizations to bo paralyzed and
have nothing to show for it but lie
publican gains. That thoir eyes havo
been opened by evcntB is shown by tho
fact that thoy are everywhere return-
ing to tho party and adding to its
strength whereas tho gold Democrats
aro not only making no gaius any-
where but aro growing weaker and
Tho party increased Its voto largely
in 1300 and wo predict that in 11)00
with tho Chicago declarations forti-
fied by the issues which have grown
out of recent events tho Democracy
will swoep the country. This outlook
tuny not bo apparent to the party pes-
simist but It shows clearly enough to
tho v yes of those who take the trouble
to look a little beneath tho burfaco
Washington May I. It Is 'denied offic
ially here that any undue restrain has
been Imposed upon Admiral Kautz which
should encourage the lirurgents in Sa
moa on tho contrary Admiral Kauls has
been advised that the president supports
him In nil that he has done jiat he Is
entirely satisfied with his conduct and
tho only Injunction laid upon tho Admiral
has lieen to avoid unnecessary slaughter
and blood shed. This Injunction Is not
understood to restrain the officer in any
wny from such military njid naval opera.
tlons ns in his opinion aro necessary to
protect fully tho interests ot the United
States Itrltlsh and German residents In
Samoa for It Is experssly understood that
Admiral Knulz Is prosent simply for tho
purpose of earning out tho treaty obli
gations as to the Interests of the cltl
zens of the trl.partito agreement and not
ns a representative of any one power.
So far no advices have come to elth
er tho state or navy departments as of
tho date of these lastpress dlepatches
honco it Is assumed that no events of
Very great Importace havo occurod war
ranting the tending of a cablegram by
cither A mlral Kautz or Consul Osborne
J leu ry Hyde Dcnd
New York May i Henry It. Hyde
pn niileiit of the llqultnlile Assurance so-
ciety of the United States died at his
home In this city this afteruon of heart
fullure. Mr. Hyde has been suffering fur
more than a year with Intlnmmutory
rheumatism which left Jrim with nn nf-
ffctlon of the heart. He spent hist sum-
mer In Saratoga for the bettering of his
health. On Monday he was aelzed with
an alarming attack wWcli grow contin-
ually worst until this afternoon.
Henry 1). Hyde ia born In Catoklll
N Y on Feb. 16. 1SII. He come to New
York In IStO and soon obtained a clerk
ship in the office of the Mutual Ufa In-
In March 1BW young Jlyt: who had
become cashier of tho Mutual company
announced to Frederick 8 Winston its
president thai lis had come to the con-
clusion that thero was room in the life
Insurance business and that he had de
cided to organize a now oompany.
The Equitable Life Aaauranoe company
of the United States was incorporated
on July . 1 but a reat deaa of pre-
liminary work waa done previously. Tho
rest of Mr. Hydes active business life
-was spent in the literest of the company.
Baltimore May 1 One of the moot ax-
cklng oamialgns in the history of this
city resuMeu today in a democratic land
slide. Thomas U. Hayes waa ablooted
mayor by nearly ft majority over
William Maimer republican While his
running mate. SklppwIUi Wlhner for
president of tlie soond branch of the
city council ami James H. Smith for
controller wre ehoson praoHcally by
the same figure. In aiKitton to me le
candidates t large tlto democrats elec-
ted aU of tlwir candidates at large for
rtie second branch of the olty council
and eighteen of Uie twenty-four menu
brs of the first branah
Thser are several tlieoi1e being ad-
vanced by the republican loaders and
otfaai-s to account for Uie surprising re-
sult of (oda's contest but tho one most
generally accepted Is that thoso repub-
lican who do not endorse the Maltser
administration voted the straight demo
cratic ticket instead of staying away
iron the polls.
New Tork May I The spring rush of
immigrants into this country has been un.
usually great Since the opening of the
season thera ns been an average of 2.0000
prwu mnded each &y.
Italians are arriving In extraordinary
numbers. The jfflclals at the barge of.
flee say not for years have thero been
so many of them entering the country
as at the present time. During Saturday
Sunday and Aionday there were landed 4.
E52 Italians. This Is almost halt the en-
tire number of lmmlsranu w entered
during that period. On Saturday thera
paused the registry clerks at the barge
office 8.K0 Immigrants largest num.
ber In any one day since the department
began work at tna barge offlca.
ruIti.-r on Hrjiui
Liondon May 2. The IJally ..ews today
devotes a column to an interview with
Joseph Pulitzer editor of the New York
World chiefly devoted to tho methods of
American and English Journalism Touoh.
Ing on politics Mr. Pulitzer is quoted
ns having said:
"It soems assured that Mr. Uryan will
again have tho democratic nomination
for tho presidency next year."
"Will i.u be supported by a u.i .o party?
asked the reporter.
"That" Jlr. Pulitzer rejoined "all de.
ponds upon his good sense or folly. If he
again puts t.ie free silver issue to the
fore and fights on It many In the party
will stand aloof but if he Is content to
let free sllvor sink to the background and
fight the battle on the great questions ot
expansion or antl-expanslon and anti-
monopoly or trusts then no will receive
wldo support. Not only will he havo the
united democratic party behind him. but
he will also bo supported by the vast
hosts of modcrnto pcoplo who have been
anenatea uy me now uepartur from our
constitutional goernment whloh tho pres
ent imperialistic polloy means. '
Washington. Mny 2. The hidustrtal
commission which has litld no intietiiigs
for the just ten dnyg has mnppwl out its
proceeding for tho current month The
oarly part of tho month will lie given to
representative of various industrial or-
ganizations and Btato factory Inspectors
and labor commimloners.
On ainy 11 trust Investigation wHI be
taken up and State Senator J W. I.ee of
Pittsburg will spuak on the Standard Oil
trust. On May 15 Gen. John McNulta
of Ohio will testify as to the whisk trust
and on tho 18th Martin Oook of Cook.
Ilernholmer & Co of New York wilt
talk on the same subject.
Henry O. llavemeyer of th American
Sugar Refining company has promised to
appear somotlmo between May IE and .
After this tho commission will take up
the Stnndurd OH oompany dividing Its
witnesses into two oiaases for the trust
nnd against tho trust. The witnesses
against tho trust include Attorney a en
oral Monett of Ohio.
FOUR OF A KIND
FOUR BID DRIVES THIS WEEK IN MEN'S SUITS
From Friday the 21st to Friday the 28th we offer four of the best bargains
ever offered in this city.
1 hese $ 5.00 bargains in Suits are cheap at $ 7.50
7.50 bargains in Suits are cheap at 10.00
10.00 birains in Suits are cheap at
12.50 bargains in Suits are cheap at
These Suits are all this spring's prodccts--not old plunder or bankrupt stuff
that has been pelted from pillar to post. Come and investigate for fit style and
finish. These goods are superior to any send-off tailored book work at a big
saving to you.
The largest stock of new-style Hats to select from in- the city from the
cheapest to the best Stetsons.
LEVY'S BEE HIVE
OKLAHOMA AND FIRST STREETS
GUTHRIE O. T.
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St. Louis and
Rail old Co.
II Wsssl I . 1 1 iM-i-m:
Take tho most popular route
The Frisco Line v a
on WICHITA T
and all points Dust
and all points North and West
l'a&cnger train leaves Oklahoma City
0. 15 a. m. arrives In bt. Louts the fol-
Unp morning 7 15 a. m I'aisengcr
train leaves M Louis at 8 .10 p. in. ar-
rlvos in Oklahoma CUy tho following
ovenlug ate. 20 p m. Close connections
aro raado with tho Santa Fo both at
Oklahoma City and Wichita.
Our tra'n sorvico is unsurpassed
Wecairy latest Improved seat and
chair cars also the Luxurious l'nllman
Observation Sloopers. Aro you plan-
ning an outing.
has a world wldo reputation as a won-
ful Hoalth and IMoasuro llosort. tho
curative properties of whoso waters
havo no equal on tho Amorlcau conti
ncnt and tho grandeur of tho scenery
surpaseas that of Colorado.
Whon purchasing your tlckeU see
that thoy read via the Frisco Line
For further particulars as to rates
time etc. apply to
11. P. DUNN T. V. A V. A.
H. IT YOAKUM IIIIVAN NNVlll'.lt
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Flow Combino tho Latest.
r-hi-a-m. May 2 The Tlmes-llerald to-
morrow will say:
Itlrfeiituthvj of a number of Uie
great ploy manufacturing oonoerns of
tho United Statos aro In Chicago. Tho
obji-ot or their assembling is oali to be
tho formulation of a plan for tlia com-
bination tit thite encaged jn tho business.
This cm bl nation is furthermore said to
bo but u stop toward tho general massing-
into one corporation of all tho mak-
ers of agricultural implements In feJis
According to the rutnoml soheme. the
makers of threshing machines will fol-
low the plow manufacturers n tho work
These two consolidations onee complet-
ed the general sohome Includes like s.o-
tton among the makers or harvester
anil othor agricultural implements. Pi-
imH all are to be united in one great
Joplln Mo May S Bugeuo Rttrtlo shot
and uiurtail) wounded San ford Dortys
on tho street hero today mistaking him
for e. brother Fieldintr Dortys. whom
tie had sworn to kill for marrying Ids
daughter nrhel Motel. Tho murder win
unprovoked and In cold Mood lighting
Dortys and Ms Dtctel weru marrltJ In
Joplln on Sunday last. Metel lied pur
sued by several hundred men
i Fruits of
Should bo eaten trash to
enjoy their full ilavor.
Many dollclous varieties
aro never seen In Uio Hast.
To obtain thorn ono must
go to California where
they may bo Uonght on
overy streot corner.
Only Vi days from Newtou
by Tho California Limited
Santa Po Koutc.
A. J. COKKINS Agent.
UrTHKlE O. T.
sW7"w "" ' -.!
i)ri llu Mj) i The trial -of Ilorman
who n.uMU-rt.1 uu ihrv vlvee was eou-
cluded here toJaj. 3!o ivos oonWote-1 of
manlsuKliier and sentoneed to fifteen
vear iiuvisontnefit and i jrnrs loss
of ci.l ri.Uw
In Addition to the murder of his lvs
Uetmsna wa otmrged with fiaytax
aausol ie death ot lite twelve ohlUrea.
who all d'ed young. It Is nnsftrUd tha-
they wt-re poisoned.
It Has Been Pronounced a Photograph of the World.
One side shows a erand map of oui erreat countrv. -witli emmtinc niir .
rivers etc. correctly located. The other side shows an equally good map of the world
statistics on the population cities cap als rivers mountains products business etc.--a
veritable photograph of what you watt to know.
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dren. Information denveu during leisure hours win have more lasting effeet than forced
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