The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 311, Ed. 1, Wednesday, June 7, 1899 Page: 2 of 4
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA
nm FROM HE 1L
Entered In the postoHlceat Guthr c Okla
an second rlas mall matter
OIDclal Paper of Oklahoma Territory.
Pt ULtSIIRD HV THK t.KADKK PRINTING
1. tl Mlll.AOK lMlltorntid.Mntiiiger.
Oflrlal Otynn e Oklahoma Jlemaermey.
M'ltst ItH'THIN ItVTISs.
One month Oi HwiiA 111 nlv JQ
Hi' month I m ul JO
Tiki inontl - 1 Jg
x month ... 80
my tn nth !i
n w.ir. "
WEDNESDAY. .11 NB . i"
With tho retirement of tin- green-
backs will bo added another link in
the chain of monopoly despotism
wlilch tlio Republican partj U rapidly
forging for the people.
Tint Mark Hanna nominees for Ohio
state otllcera are: For governor. (1
K Nai: lieutenant govornor John A
Caldwell supreme jutlgo.JW. 55. Dait.
treasurer Isaac It. Cameron ; auditor
Walter Ollbert; attorney general J
M Sheets; member of the board of
public works Frank M. Hoffman.
The Oho Republicans surrendered
boot and spur to tho Mark Hanna in
fluence and nominated a full Hanna
ticket HcKinley's friends over the
country point to tho endorsement of
his administration as an ovlilenco of
Its popularity. Who expected tho
Ohio Republican state convention to
do otherwise? Certainly no sane man
expected anything else and especially
when the Hanna influence dominated
The Ohio stato Republican conven-
tion got out of the usual Republican
rut long enough to mildly robukc the
trust combines and suggest tho pro
pnety of n little political budging.
Republican loadors all over tho coun-
try are awakening to tho fact that if
they do not back track a little oil the
subject of trusts thoy will go into thi
campaign of 1000 completely handi-
capped und will bo cutiroiy at tin
mercy of the Democrats and realising
tbis tho Ohio convention's mild robukc
will bu followed by other stato con1
vcnt'oiiB by similar action.
Thk Republican party has never in
-iny of its platforms declared tho exist-
ing gold standard satisfactory. It hat
been weak and shaky on tilts subfcat
in all of its convention platforms u .1
It dare not openly declare for the sing"
gold standard money currency toilj
While all this !b truo and is thn hi
tory of that party on this question it
has all along in a covert and indirect
manner undertaken through the ma-
chinery of tho administration and the
power of tho troatury department to
fasten upon tho country ruonomotnlism
and make gold und golu .iionc the
measure of values. Thoy go m fui-
ther in this direction than lo sot up
tho cowardly and weak plea that be-
fore this country can eafoly declare
for bimetallism England must volun-
tarily consent to co-operate with us.
lunv i.tixu wtr.t. it last.
Tho Filipinos continue to send poato
commissioners to Ounoral Otis but
their propositions are ub often reject
ea There Is now no doubt of tho fuel
that nouo of theso propositions were
Intended for auy other purposo 'than
to gain time. If tho MoKInloy policy
of expansion in tho Philippines ever
blossoms into anything Bitlistantlal
the Filipino army will have to bo ut-
terly subjugated. Otis' call for 30000
more troops don't dovetail with tho
military reports that tho Insurgonts
are on their last legs.
UHKKXllAOKM MtWT OO.
Tho Republican curronoy oommlt-
teo havo porfeotod a bill and will re-
port it nt tho Deeomber session of
congress for remodeling tho curren-
cy One of its features Is tho retiring
of tue grooubaoks from circulation
TLose a'e tho rivals of tho bank note
iss i's and are a eonstant inenaoo to
the national banks and in resnoiuo tn
tho banking interest a IlepuWiean
congress true to It Utndeueies to leg-
islate only for the clusse uud not for
the masses will do their bidding and
greenbacks will soon cease to eircu-
late Hardly a day pass. i fainiea
where thero are children in whlah
RALLARII'S SNOW UNIMPN? ta
not needed. It quickly eun CuU.
Wounds liruisoe Hums and Scalds
Price'i and 00 cents. So'tl by V it'
LiMie A. Co. und Wheeler A. Hon.
Oklahoma . yii. 'JeriKoty TnilfvrV
To Eureka springs. Ark. via the
I'nsco line. Tialn loaves Oklahoma
City June 1& at U. 1ft a. in urrivhig ut
Eureka Springs the same evening. A
hearty invitation is extendtd to all
newspaper men am) their families.
Rate 35 for tho round trip good for
ten days. Further Information will
ue cheerfully glvun by It V. Dmin T.
I A Oklahoma City O. T.. or llryan
Snyder u. J. A. Ijt. Louis Mo.
IHujlriil Vhautuwjua Amutully
For the abovo oocaMon wo will Bell
round trip tickets Wlnflold forouo
faro for tho round trip. Tlokols on
sale Jit e lo ti an. good to return in
to and in-iudlng July 1st 1MI0 Con-
tinuous pasinge in each dinuition.
A. J. ColtKI.VB
Agont Santa Fo Route.
Wood choppers can seouro a two
mo nt ha' constant job by applying at
the Leader olilco.
For Sale: Two horses a buggy and
two sets of harness (filnglu and doub.cj
itu at mis oiuce
House the tor
blllousm . "l l
phi liver and cure
lion etc. Tliey nre In-
iiihIiIp lo nn-venl a cold or break up a
fi ver. Mllil gentle certain they are worthy
your confidence. Purely veitolsnlo they
can be taken by children or delicate women
Price We. at all medicine dealer or by mall
ot C. I. Hood A Co . l i II M
Writes About tho Navy
New York Jui.e . The Ilnrtpsndent
this week will contain en arlMe by Hear
Admiral Sam peon In which he says:
I have long beHeve.l ihe navy ot the
t ulled Htntes e not .-glial to the needs
..f the iwi.on aid In spite of our vlctor-.-
the i-vent .f the paet year have
K-mli-tl -fttonirly to oonflrm the view I heM
bxAire the r bngan. Kor an army ln-
(riiiw I fall to we the neceaelt. It te
hnrillv oinnervfltUn thut we c-oulu use a
liirxe 'mm i . i pt for wnri of fwrelK"
innqi'-i- hlli tlio wentlment of our
iimntn .will no. irm1t No power e-
it ii. i llrli iln i ould hope to atbuk
iik s. m . -r ti I iipm the land. No two
nif: .nil. in .1 . ould ihope to effect
nntli it. i. itn-.l us by sending on erm
Co thi- count r
"Tbi. thousand miles of wnter pro-
tect n from nil nave me possible enemy
Ore u Hrltain who has of late ehown
mt uumlMnkubly that s'he denlren pet-
mam 'it j.f.ife nn the closest fwend-
hip. H attitude 1s ttll that could be de
sired. J .lo not believe that there (s any
rviotn for doubt an to the irood faith of
Ihe Kntrll.-ti They really wbrti our friend.
hdp and Are prt pared to make MUsrllVccs
to kecure It.
"Forelirn armlm therefore do not con-
Rtltute a danri-r to thie oountry. lhe
posefble war which confront u are naval
ware and In order to watte them eiic-
ceeefully we need more shtpe. I baUeve
we should have at leeel twdce as many
hips as our own navy at present con
tains. Whether or not we dslre to have
it bo tite war has made a (Treat change
tn our fKMStlon anions- the nations. It has
trained a new estimate of us and lias put
us in the front rank of the powers whose
voteea deoide questions of the World's
policies At the name time we havo Kreat-
Iv extended our coast line and have un-
dertaken the government of large and
dint ant terrllorle We have Oeoome an
Aelama power end canntit evale the re
apouslMlltles of such a ponltlon. We
have Breat Interestji In the Pacific ocean
and must bo prepared to cope with any
who are disposed to deny our rtflits there.
To nafetruard our interests to maintain
our position to speak with the aotlrarlty
that bectHncs us we need efhlps. anil still
more ships. If our easy vlctorte over
the ahtiis of a weak naval power fill out-
people with the belief that we have now
a navy that M lara-e enoturh for all our
needs then those victories will Imve uono
u harm Instead of (nod. I beHcve In har
bor defenses wlikth only determined at-
tacks of the enemy mM overcome.
"We hove atlll much to learn about
modern warslrtpa. They ar as yet In the
experimental -lae. My own klea Is that
lt navt.'. noreese should be made b the
JJ . ut more vessels of the New oric
1-.-0 and tr.nt greater apsed and ooal ca.
pacit inn he securul even thouirh It be
necessary to sacrlflco iwtne artnor tlek-
n. n in rder to impure them. Our need of
swift armored cruisers Iran r4j tfcr
"The present ta a good time to press
the needs of the navy upon the countrv.
which will sox. I"- quleiNn- from end to
end with -rot!ona produced by tho re-
cptlc.-i of the hero of Mujiila. The ex-
traordltiary and widespread disposition to
iKi hltn honor can icarcely be otherwise
than pit aslnit to all officers of the navy.
No man could have possibly etone more
thoroughly titan Dewey what he set out
to do and that I the test. Ills tame (e
secure for the future."
Yr rested 1'or a Murder-
Com m it ted Yoais tigo.
inilladelphhi June I Tne arrest of
Rumut-l KcKlnney today upon ihe charge
of cruelty to his wle has led to slat.'
ments from the wife I'hat McKlnney l a
murderer. and robber.Mm. MeKlntwy told
the police hat In 1871. while the wen
living- In New York her husband plautw.
no rob a country liouae on the lludaon
near Irvlngtoji. In trying- to get away
with the booty he was urjH-led ami klueil
the owner of the house. lie lead Ma oa-
rr as a burglar she said and was quK
successftil.Iiut hjs blggeet 'haul was made
tn New YorV threi and a half years ago
when J0.G"0 In securttiea and cash were
taken fiora 'the rtnhlence ot John Wen-
dell. Aftt-r a dlwrcst lixtertal Mrsi Jlo-Klnnt-y
declared aonie of the bonda wer-dlapoa.-l
tf and th alr went to lr.-l id
their old homo. A farm war piirrlmvit in
county Antrim and they Ivl.-il there uu-
tlll raiiy lat Hummer when the) returned
to h- I'nltvd Btaten an 1 latnt- lo I'hlla-
delphln Mi lvliin-y wan conunl tl In l-fuu.t of
ImiII ii the charge of ix-wiolt l.-n'tn.n
foiiiiil In llrK-nn. v m Ihhikv mv ral I'rMi-
d Hts44i and lullroml In. ink ul nugotl-
ublt-. and also a pil. of iloihlnw tl "70 In
camli and letters .ul.lernH.-d lo John O.
WniJaU were found
Mrs McKinne .ib hr hunband has
of t. u ttirirtened ' kill lur and he fEsrs
'.hat l( he should tuiw be rel.--d from
prtMoner h will carry out his threats
Wiion Will it lie HoltieilT
Washington Junb S The Htatement
ii i. i.l.- in the 'an ul i liountf by the prm-
I i it. rd.y to tlu effect that the a-
n i I'an K.ivernmt nt ha proponed to tut
t iiii.tl Hl.UtM to inlabllh it custom
Ii.ju-h on the Dalton trails und regard It
i marking the pn inl.iiml boundary
in. 1 1 i uu-wn gr-l i-ui prise lure th.- of-
li liln .!-. rilng iliat UiIk i the ftrt
Hi. i have I eard of the prutOMltloit
'III. j uimtl Hie u mr.io of th alul.
mint that for thr punt two v.arn by ai -ti
Kr. eiuen n i uMum houn4 on toe
flill.-ool anJ hite la hav.. been reo-
ognlsej . mars. us th provlilonal boun-
dai. but know nothing ..f the t iltoa
trail The lanl Cinuil'un propoval. It la
aui.l. emli.n1l.il a vuitu. pn.poiiUlon to lo-
-at- a provlnlonul bounds ry b ante mi-
re. oKulsat.le mount iln in akn tiut rn-
laln.J no r. f. r. m . to tlir lull on trull
Van ouv.r II i- Jon.- 6 -Tin pruv In
jclal I... .nun. hi ti i rorainliil ii n
Una tli. n r .! t. ili. io. i r Vim n
lean mint i in i Ii 'nn . .unirv ik ill it
tlu act itruhii.ini - ill. ii- f. .in i ik n. up
placer claims l.iuisii .Itnnt.i.i The
nrotest which la v.r tuui- fc.ll tie filed
with the Washington government through
Hi. '-iiiiullan offlclab DUcumilng tin.
m.in.r Minlnter Cotton dated that the
piotot of he American miners (rrmsly
.nk'i!l ihe conditions. Nobody tie
-.1.1 w re .1. i.m'ed of any right u
l .t.i .in. .1 AM who had record' d
i m rrl .r t the rasage of the att
being lift in undisputed possession. .
N.tv Y. rl - ulw s-The Natlotinl ntr
Link w l Mt) JfiflXW Is Itnld try '. -trr r
8' Piul t. ""eiffflpV
I.oniV'n June n.Jneiilt It Oooate. the
1'nlted Siatea smtmeVr had long Inter-
view at the foreign offlc today with
n'brsltar. June ft The 1'nlted States re-
frigerating ship Ulazler. commander "
II Arnold from eNw York May IT for
Manila arrived here today.
Berlin June 8 Bmpress Augii'ta 1c
.orla end ths Inrnerlal crown prince were
pr.-ent gain? at Ute UnveUtng of the Kin
tn- of jTol Herinahn Ifelmholts the
phvelolojlet Jn frent ot the I'nlvereity
Port Bald June The T'nlted 8ttes
mix'"... .''lier Vosemlle en roots to
lunm. ranging Capt. Itlehardson P
l.enry IT. 8. N the newly appointed gov-
ernor of Ouaalsml a garrison of mtrties
'Muffslo. N. Y Jane s Ths meeting of
the t I'snl ami rraffslo base bell clubs
a ho were arrested on Sunday while play
inc ball charged With violating the
Sunday law were gtven a Jury trial to
day and acquitted.
Chicago June ft. Mrs. IJelle Marshal
Ilol n. wife of it. W. Itnloeon. for
t - a iworrsnent ami wealthy member
. .. lsxtrd of trade eomltteil suicide at
h.r home tolay by shooting )ier4t In
h rlgth temple Mrs. Itoloeott hsd for
mum 4hn bn a sufferer from nervous
Csrron. Nev June . The contest over
the governorship was continued t oil ay.
The Sountlag of the litlkrta of loimler
and l.yrtt cvoSnHes occupied most of tlio
dnv. Several lMllots were objected to by
the attorneys for McMlNen snd Sadler.
In a few days Sadler will begirt his de
Manila June l.-.The second Oregon vol-
unteer regiment hss returned to the ber-
rlcks In -Manila and Is iirevarliiK to return
to the United States. The order to salt
In a few days will Issued ahortly. The
Mrst California regiment will be rellev
ed by a regiment of regular at an enrly
dste and vi.. follow the Oreconlans. It
Is intended to ceiid the first Colorado and
the First Nebraska regiments nexit.
Washimcton June S. The Inilttstril oom-
nilshin remnned its petMlons totlay hut
heard no tearhnony A reimrt otitMnlng
a method of inquiry en the subject ot
transportation made by 1'rof. Johnson (if
the University of Pennsylvania wsa attb-
mltted and referred to a sub-committee
on transportation. This plan was pre
par?d under instructions of the cotnnrta
ston and will therefore most probably be
Halifax N. S. June 6 Advices have
ben received here that there is every
probability of Admiral Ford's Nort At
lantlc fleet meeting Admiral Snmpton'A
North Atlantic squadron at Wedney dur
ing sn aquatic carnival there August r
s and 7. It is understood that A.lm rnl
Sampson has Instructions to be at W .1-
ney provided the HrltUh fleet will meet
Washington June C The secretary of
state and Mrs Hay tonight entertained
the new Spanish minister and Duchess D'-
Ancls at a brlUtantly nppolntel dinner
It was the first appearance of t4i minister
In official bovlety here since Tils apiKilm
tnent and 0. partlcukir effort was made
tlMt tnto etitertalnment should be n pleas-
at one. The Oeoo rati one wero In green
and white and an Imetiso bed of orchids
filling the center of the table.
'JarWa Fe N. M. June 6 On account of
the drouth and the recent order of the In-
terior deiiartment excluding rnnc.imon
from forest reservations sheepmen nre In
bad plight and slieep are dying by the
thotmanda. Petition to allow the sheep
to graze on forest reserves for the next
three months have been extetiBlvly cir
culated and will be telegraphed to the
lam commissioner at Ysshlngton as
urgent action la necessary to wave what
remains of she flocks ot sheep in th ter-
ritory. Washington Jun C A deed recorded
here today In which IHsiiop John F Hurst
of the MeeboiUet lOplseopal churci Iran.
ferred ttirougti an intermediary of hli
wife Rlla Root llurat their fine home on
Massachusetts avenue. In the fashionable
imrls of the city .-uiMfil a great deal ot
comment here today It hotng reported
that the transfer was preliminary to n
legal separation nislvop Hurst was out
of ths elty and his attorney said he had
nollilng to say about tho matter
Boston June 6 At the morning soislou
of the church of the New Jerusnle.'-i con-
vention It was announced by President
I'ev. John Worcester that tho . Al-
ter Itjorrlck who had been accused ot
heresy. Is not obstinately planted In ths
new Interpre.stlon which ho has pu: up-
on the dx.tr! ot hell ami the soolety
today voted to continue to ths society In
8weden f which lljorreck lb iwstor Its
Wort for another year. Itsv. Albert
orreck l declared to be a minister In
New atk. June (-The lSlh annual
meeting of the actorss fund of American
ws held here today. The following of-
rloerti were elected: Preshlsnt Iouls Al-
rich first vice president John Drew;
second vice president Antonla Pastor;
treasurer Andrew A. McCormlck; secre-
tary Edwin Knowles; trustees for tw)
years A M. Palmer; W K. Sinn; AugUB.
tus K I'ltou; Charlts II. Hoyt llolana
lteed. August In Daly; Milton Nobles and
Hsrry Hart wood.
Botae. Idatho Jun S. Attorneys for V..
Ham Iloyle 8ho..oue county oommlsitlon-
er. held for complicity In dynamite out-
rsges. tUd not prs-aa thir ieiltlon for
writ of error from fhe siirme court Af-
ter eeiistiUallon wreJi memsers of theoourt
In chamber ths petition wa dreppsd. Ap-
plication will now be made to a Justice of
th supreme court of the ITnltod Stattw
for u writ irf errur. It was Intimated te
th.. attorneys that under the rule govern-
ing In such a matter t would be neces-
ry for the court to refuse to testis Wis
alanrheter Ky. June 6 Tne day has
bwn unffventful. Ttie lliing of a few vol-
1-e at target practice In the woods by
the uvountalneers attracted some atten-
tsan Dirt excite! no alarm Te mllltarj
arnar to have beau acknowledged by
common consent aa sole masters of tfco
-sVKMtlon. 'lbe Ilskwrs have not l-sen
bruugbt in from rttetr Ikmie wliloJi Is K
mlUm ihatMaw from here ami may tot tn
before tomorrovv night or even Thursday.
The -reeling- We its that they will lis
brought before tlw court In safty and tri-
ed a cording to law
s in Francisco June C Soenes equ ililng
iini.iit in excitement the departure of
prospectors for th Klondike a' th nrst
announcement of the gold illjeover .
were enacted today when the steamer
Hotter and the schooner Stlcslar sulltl
for Hi Ml. hael. Uoth vessels MlleJ cab-
ins un.i holds filled many dslr'ni; pia-
Hg. tiding r. fuAed on aocoutit Of lack of
spun Manv of these have already in-
Kng.Mi to go .in the steamer Charles Nl
wh'i-h is now In the tran'port Mr
t. i in.i ..n tVe way hack fro.ii Manila
Th. N. lsop n cxp.ct-; to sa'l lor a
Mehaei about June 15.
Men's Ready-to Wear Clothing
LEVY S BEE HIVE
OKLAHOMA AfsID FIRST STREETS
Lynclicil by Cniiniifi
Ilavnnn June C A dispatch from Ran
Antonio de los llanos saya tliat Joseph
Iji Hregii n notorious ngent of Oenernl
W'eylor who outraged defenseleast women
and chlldrem nrrlvel iere tolay. Ilia ap
pearance was tho signal for a gathering
of the relatives and friends of those wliom
he formerly persecuted. The excitement
continued throughout the day anil Inst
night. About midnight a crowd surround
ed the house where lie was and began to
threaten him He attempted to enmpe
and on meting tho demonstrators empti
ed his revolver wounding two perwont.
Tho crowd closed In and captured him and
ho was lynohed In tho public snunro. Tho
aiixh-ty following the excitement oouaed
a commission of Spaniards to oome to
Havana yesterday to nrk the Interference
of General llrooke. He oould not receive
them before n lato hour of tho evening.
but h readily offort-d to send a detachment
of American soldiers to the town. The
commission which loft Ban Antonio be
fore the lynching returned to find I.a
Havana June a Tho lynching of Joso
Fernandez I.e Uregnt. at San Antonio Uo
lx llanos yesterday by the Cubans Is
universally deplored. Tho general op
inion seems to be that It will glvo 8aln
an oportuntty lo olalm Indemnity if whloh
slie will readily avail herself. Tho pro-
HiranUh pers blttorly denounce the In-
cident. 151 Dlngr De Ii Mnrlna suy:
"There can be no doubt of tho expedi-
ency of government Intervention in this
affair. General Brooke hug ehown every
desire to prevent such a catastrophe and
to discourage strife between the Cubans
ami Spaniards. This Incident will give
a basts for irasitlve steps long negleoted.
If eneral Ilrookeu falls we must call the
attention of the Spanish minister at
Washington to rho protection -which the
United States has promised Spaniards 1n
Cuba The situation Is fast becoming in
this Tospect a farce.
Woodmen iii Convention.
Kansas City June C "With the opening
session this morning begun the greatest
ounventlon of Modern Woodmen of Am-
erica. There were ten thousand lYoodnwn
in ths city when tho II ret gathering met
today and others arlve b); the hundreds
on every train and will continue to come
in till the big .-vents scheduled for Thurs
day. On that day when the attractions
will Include the big parade with twenty-
three brass oands. the opening of the
team conusts. and an address by William
J. Ilryan It Is predicted that at least ?-euty-Ilve
thousand visitors will be hsre.
A committee of sevsral hundred Is car-
ing for the visitors and the city Is deco-
rated In carnival fashion.
Yesterday the stats caucuses had acted
practically as a unit and It Is believed
that all the prlmloal officers will be re
elected l'robsblr the onlv exoetklon In
this is the offlc of bead banker for
which Iowa Missouri anJ "WlWonsln are
cowrauing. nu the selection of a con
veutlon city fought for by St. Paul tod
11 rend ltapids. These matters will b clos
ed later in th wek.
The opening session Ihls morning was
entirely routine ami consisted of wet-
earning addresses by Governor Stan ey.
of Kansas: Mayor Jones. John Sulllvsn.
on behalf of the Joeal Yoodmen. Attor-
ney Jsmes A. need response by Head
Consul 'William A Northeott. of llllnoi
and the appointment of committees.
At the afternoon session a motion that
the evnn.Jg gathering be one of builnen
was ad. pled without opposltln The po-
gram committee had decided 'on flvo
speeches Including one from Head Consul
The month of May Suits at July prices! Now is the time to get a
bargain. Think of it ! $7:50 Suits for $5.00. Good "strong
serviceable Woolen Suits at $5.00. Think of it ! $10.00 Suits
for $7.50. Made in the best possible manner good linings newest
styles and patterns made to sell at $1000 and worth every penny of it.
Now $7.50. Think of it! $12.00 and $15.00 Suits for
$10.00. These Suits are the cream ol the city good enough for
anyone. Perfect in fit style and quality. You must see them to ap-
preciate them to appreciate them. We keep any suit we sell at 10 or
over in repair for one year free of charge.
Buying all of our goods direct from the factories we can will and
do sell Clothing cheaper than any concern in the city. Think of it!
Then come and see us. We are at the same old stand.
Northcotte The Missouri delegation In
caucus last night declared for an amend-
ment of the by-laws of tho order estab-
lishing a reserve fund. It was the first
gun of the convention nnd created so
much discussion' today that It was decld-
edto abandon the speech making and set-
tle down to business.
The reserve fund was suggested ten
years ago. Tlio present national officers
are advocates of It and have been rec-
ommending It at every convention. The
opposition of the majority of the dele-
gates have discouraged no recommenda-
tions in this dlrcctoln In the annual re-
ports. C. M. Hawes In hiss report esti-
mates that the work of deputies will be
at a standstill In 1M.1 and that they can-
not Increase he membership that will off-
set the deaths and keep down the rates
of assessments. The reserve fund is in-
tended to keep tho assessments at a
low rate. It Is Intended also to be an
emergency fund In case of epidemics.
irV resolution to vote on the place of
convention of 1501 Wednesday morning
was laid on tho table.
Thn question of expansion caused a long
debate but it was finally voted to extend
the ordor to tho following states:
California except the city of San Fran-
cisco; Colorado Connecticut Deleware
Indian Torrltory. Maryland except the
city of Baltimore; Mnssachusets except
the city of Iloston; Maine New Hamp-
shire New Jersey New York except tho
city of nuffulo and Greater New York;
Oklahoma. Illiodo Inland und Vermont.
A proposition to exten dtho order to the
dominion of Canada was voted down.
The entire evening heesln was taken up
with tho diecuselon of the proposition to
create a reserve fund. Finally toy a vote
of 8u8 to 81. the resolution offered by the
Missouri delefiotlon providing "that some
form of-omergency or leserve fund be od-
opted at this session" was adopted.
Head Consul Nort-hcutt was Instructed
to appoint a committee of five to draft
a plan and report at tomorrow's session.
Hofore Ma.ot Committee.
New York June 0 When ths Maxet
Investigating committee resumed Its ses-
sion today the first thing done was to
declare that In the future none of the
witnesses subixieiued to appear beOre
the committee should bu represented by
eouneel. Tills vvus followed by the exclud-
ing from tho court room of Police Cap-
tain Trice's counsel II. C. Henderson
who created a sensation at the preceding
sitting ot the committee last weak. He
was given to undtrstand that if he wish-
ed to attend the hearing It should be
merely as a spectator. Later he was ar-
rested. The committee then. In an attempt to
show corrupt praetlees by Police Cap-
tain Price. In the tenderloin dlstrlot
brought out from John C. Kills former
proprietor of a Sixth avenue resort a
story of "jiroteotlon" that did not pro
tect. His statement involved ox-alderman
AVslte. Hills stated that Walte had col-
lected !8u0 for police protection for th
resort he "was running in Sixth avenue.
10111a said he offered "Vaite a check for
)M to make up the agreed monthly In
stallment of 0. but that Walte refus-
ed the check. 1311's sld that he took the
cash to AYalte' hones that night and
paid It to him there. The payment he
said did not secure tho protection promts-
ul and that the police harassed hlra as
nueh as ever. Another proposition made
to him Bills testified was to fttvo up
half the receipts of the resort of which
Hills was the proprietor. The witness
raid he -was forced out of ihe business.
Other testimony relating to the pay-1 tV
mtnt of political cases by some candidate I
for judge and to the sale of llqusri on
Sunday and alleged violations of th.
bo'lditigs laws by a fourth rate tht-.itii'
II H Henderson Price's counsel w.n
arrested Inter on tho cargo of dlsord r-
ly conduct The charge was preferred bv
Counsel Clarke and Sergenta nt Arm-.
Crawford and was the i.ult of the vvrin
Bte nt th.- session of last week Mr Hen
derson gave ball In 1300
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( THOROUGH SATISFACTION
corner First and Oklahoma Avenue
over Spencer Hardware Co.
BROWN & STEWART
117 H. 21 Htreet OUTHRIB. O. T.
J)ALE & BIERER
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UIATT & BAKER
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113 NorSb First Htree
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and Sink Gleaning Machine
thi: only i.ici:.nsi:i t i.izani it
in run mi'v. i'iio.m: m.
Ojjice Corner lHvltmn MrrW.iiKt
St Louis and
Take the most popular roulo
Tho Frisco Lino v n.
oh WICHITA .
and all points Last
and nil points North and West
un... . . t i . ..
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0. IS a. in. arrives in St. Louis tho foi
ling- lnorninif 7. 15 a. m 1'atsenger
train loaves St. Louis at 8. 30 p. m. ar-
rives In Oklahoma City the ollotvinir
evening atO. 30. p.m. Clouo connections
are tnatie with tho Santa Po both at
Oklahoma City and Wichita.
Our train service is unsurpassed
Wecairy latest improved seat and
chair cars also tlio Luxurious Pnllman
Observation Sleepers. Are you plan-
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has a world wlilo reputation as a won-
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uurativo properties of whoso waters
havo no equal on the American conti-
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surpsssas that of Colorado.
When purchasing your tickets 6ec
that they read via the Fri6oo Line
For fnrther particulars as to rstes
time etc. apply to
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Ueneral AUuager. Utn'l Pats. Agt.
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( 1'liiiio and Org-in.)
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