The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 40, Ed. 1, Tuesday, July 18, 1899 Page: 3 of 4
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THE LEADER '
All oi'tho Linos nro Kiimiiug a
Ft Cars Under tL'olice
Nww York July 17 Thw strike nituifc-
tten in Brooklyn tonlRht remains un-
changed The striking employes are ev-
en more determined than they were yes-
terday and the manaeement ot the rap-
id transit Una Is obdurute and unflinch-
ing. Care were run on moat of tho lines
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Meals must be satisfactory or
v' traveling is unenjoyable. The
"V Santa Ee Route prides itself on
its system of Harvey dining
rooms and lunch counters.
There are none better. Break-
fast dinner and supper are
served at convenient intervals.
Ample time clven for all meals
A. J. CORK1NS Agent
governed by the traction company from
early morning until 7 o'olock this even
ing but after sundown there was a con-
siderable falling off in the service and b
nine o'olock not a oar was moving on
any of the lines affected by tha striking
motormen or conductors. The roads
comprising the Nassau line were not ef
fectively crippled. None of the striking
empolyes returned to work and most ot
them wore busy during the day In-
fluencing union and non-union men on
the-other Uncsto quit work. In this res-
pect the strikers were practically suc-
cessful but they made no inroads on tho
runnlnp of tho Putnam avenuo cars.
This line Is practically Intact not more
than half a dozon of Its employes boing
affiliated with the strikers
The Coney Island railroad company
avenue. Smith and Juy streets Hamil-
ton ovenue and Dekalb avenue linos
were running on full time and ssrrled a
large number of passengers throughout
the day and night
Tho Coney Island compn liv-
ed up to their oentract and
conteiuently its business was not inter-
fered with In the slightest In fact tho
business on these roads was considerably
augumsnted a many travelers patroniz-
ed the cars although In many oasss go
ing blocks out of their way to do so.
Of all the lines In the traetkwi system.
Flatbush avenue and a MWly 04SMd
nrlghton baa eh Toute went the most ser-
iously affected lines during the day. The
regular schedule on the Platbush and
nrlghton Beach reads- call for ninety-four
cars but only sin of these wore success
fully worked On the Nostrsnd avenue
1'ne. which runs from the zsil street ferry
landing In AVIIllamsburg to Flat bush av-
enu and Bergen Beach seventy-five cars
are dally sent out. Today only eight
were manipulated and most of tilts? did
not covet the entire route Tomplnks
avenue was very muoh nARkotect. aniy
iwo cars passing over the entire lino
There was a riotious demonstration by
the strikers and tvlr sypsiih'.xora ;
Flatbush lat t u fterttnon.' when Ir!-
dent Rosster of the lUpM Tranitt com-
pany addressed mestUtr t tho tr.tn
There wore shouts Jeers and hlssen
a ths president- of the road stepped for-
ward. "I want to say" he began "that I dun't
need an Introduction They liavs seen
me In tho power houses and along tho line
and in the barn and they know me "
He was interrupted by shouts Jeers and
We want an agreement. Sign an
agreement " could be heard. "That's a He
was shouted ugslu."
He tried to talk but scarcely uttered a
sentence without being Jeered ml hissed
and finally as ho told of his dialings with
the men and his desire to aid them
He doclared that he would take the men
back and not hold their aation aguinst
them. He gave them until six o'olock to
Tho crowd made a rush for the onr
tho president had taken but was driven
boulders and stump of trees wro thrown
Early In the afternoon smnll sized
upon the Flatbush avenue tracks In front
of the Mldwood club but ill or these ou.
structton were removed In time .to allow
the limited number of cars to make their
scheduled trips. Considerable difficulty
was experienced on the Nostrand av-
enuo and Crosstown lines but no ser-
luos mishaps occured All the cars wero
manned by two or more policemen and
the proseneo of tho officers on board the
oars prevented in -a groat measure any
outbreak on the part of the strikers of
Very few cars were run over the Nas-
sau lines and those which were run were
In charge sf road Inspectors lloetrtc
Hunt men. belonging to the road. These
cars were totally Inadequate to supply
transportation for their patrons.
Prom 7 o'clock until long after midnight
not a car was run.
Chief f Police Dev spent the great
er part of the ftmoon in Brooklyn. He
allowed nearly half of tho New York
policemen who had been on duty sinoe
early yesterday six hours leave of ab-
sence and In tho meantime their plates
wore taken up by others.
When asked for his opinion of the
strike am U prsbabl eoutoeme Chief
! ery said.
"This strike ibould never have occur-
red Tho men will surely loose. They
are not organized and I think the whole
matter will be adjusted within twenty-
Police eommiaiionon Hess and Terk
were at the municipal headquarters all
OfCliicnuro Deelhio.s to U'elcomn
Aloiiiljerti ol' National
Now Orleans. Juy IT Joseph P. Mulvey
was killed today by W D. Roberts Tbey
were editors of rival sensational week-
llwi Mid bad been deaouBelng and threat-
eonlg eaoh other for some time They
mot on the street lon'tfht and Roberts
who had gene ut en the H4atbon ami drew hs roelver and fired three shots
Tj.t ..u. it.... iJuomr uyinjf on jm wuy w in nospjtai
r. .. ... . j . ... .i... fa.tt m 1 under Indictment In the federal
IUI W91ICT Ur w w -
w.ht. Kan Jul 17. A miry of iP.t-anvllte Jones evangelist for Oklahoma
tta Christian church tt Normaa O. T. V that time. It Is true Mr Jester known
writes to tho Beacon as follows:
I wish ta correca a statement through
the columns of ycur paper made by Alex
ander Jester in "WhlBh ho says he orga-
nized the Christian church In Norman O.
T. Tho church wan organized by Elder
hero as "old man Hill" was a member
of the Christian church In Neman but
he never preached hero nor did we .know
he ever did preach any. Tim will center
quite a favor on the churdh by publish-
Ins this Uttlo article."
carriage In company wlti Soh Koosi-
y There ws a crowd of more than
1000 persons aromi tho HaJl whn he ar-
rived and he was resolved with shouts.
hisses and Jeers
He was .net by a committee of tlve
strikers and they had a eunferoncu ot
twenty minutes befero he mi permitted
to speak. When he finally went upon tho
platform the hall was crowded to suffo-
cation rith tha strikers and those who
were aiding them.
Mr Rosslter was Introduced by Mr.
Sweeney. The latter said as he came for
"This Is Mr. Rossittr "Win or lose let
'u be etnUemsn."
court for sendlne Immoral Mterature
through the malts
Chloago July IT Arthur A. Llbbey
founder ef he We packincr firm of Lib-
boy. MoNofl and Llbbey died at rasa-
dona? Cab. after a prolonged illnets
London. July 18 -The Dally CJraplilC this
merwinc publishes a rumor that a batta-
lion of the SeoU guards and a battalion
of graRadlers have been ordered lo the
Berlin July IT Bmpersr WJUlara will
give a eup and other prizes for a hind!-
oap race for Benafide cruiser of any
European naUoaaiity)(durtt- the Cowles
Chicago. Jui 17-Myr Carter II. Har-
rlaon today sent tli. fjloln tur lo
the oommlttee in eliaiga of the arruaie-
monte for the Umo.rtU conventloo.
"W. IS. Coollne. Gsq . CtKdriiian oommlt-
teo of arrangemcnln.
Dear S.r Heplylne; lo jwvur favjc of
the 14th met In whlrti yo uiuik me to de
liver an address of welcome at (ha A.I
ill tort urn July SO to lite national de-no
oratle oommlttoe ami terne number of
prominent demoorati rf Amertca I re
gret my liutbllity no attend In ordinary
circumstance. I -hr.uld Ue only too lnJ
Vcth as mH.' of CIiUmmco atui an a dem
ocrot to welcome to Chicago the oltv i.i
which tli a platform of lf5 was freirK 1
and in which W J Bryan aa elevaicJ t
hia present le&derehip of tho national
democracy. I cannot but think hewover.
it would h' an absurdity to wolnome theoe
lntlreul-li.il men under the awtplcee .(
a self constituted oommttteu whose par-
wiwiel Is too obocure to be known bo evirn
Its homo o'ty. Had this meeting orsaniz-
oil under the direction of demoerata of
the regular type and known party stand
In it would have alrordx nwt rit
meaeure to be present. In the eictxttn;
' rcumaUrtiios whllo thankl-.- tun rr
tlte nooor 1 must lx leave u it ecu..l
CAItTBK H. HARRISON."
CWcsko July lT-Threo-fMlltJeI devel-
opments stirred the democrat kn Chi-
cago today One wa tte refusal of May-
or Harrison on ac-noMat of It "obooure"
onm to attend and deliver an addreeo
f welcome at tlve auditor Imp free s4Wet
meeting Thursday night
The second was a verbal notice rhot Site
democratic national ooeveontton woertd be
aaked to refiudlot tho Oroker-Hlll-dlur
phy maoblJie in New York and reeocftlzo
the silver crowd.
The third woe a. statement that n eff
ort would be meuls'tbax no men who bolt
ed the OhicsLdo peetform (n UK efaeUl U
ellEibie to sit lo the notional democratic
convention of 10GQ n a delegate.
On arrivitu; at tils offtao In the city hall
Mayor Harrioon found W D. CeoUtig'e
Invitation to make 4 npee-h of welcome
to the assembled local and rtsltla dsmo-
oraU en Thursday iSUtM. Hh deotiaed
tbe proferred honor
Brfarte ar betNK mode by Harrison leed
ers to Induce as many of He nfttWxwl
ooHMnltteomen ae powwol to tenor tbe
moUnc. It was said that tuHy ooo Mf
of tmm would not w Hear It.
The A 1 teld fore ttave been reto
forced by the Chlcvgu platform demoorati
of New York. Wllei J Akbttt the etius-
sar to arrive reported at badrU&rtet
In ibe 'Jnltr buiMiner this afternoon. He
comee as one of en oowmlu at the sil
ver party to New York to enear before
the national bodjr astd set a baartnc as to
what lAe sMMUleo to iu -lite state.
John R. Biewe who woe teaoUaas er
ef the dottar dlsbver and Ooorn W
Thompson are the ...ti.-r meonbere of the
delegation Tfcev win arr.ve today
Mr Abbott says tti.it a (Croat majority
of tfce party in NVw York to in favor of
the j( to 1 leeue and of W. J Bnyan tor
president. "Crokei. 11 ad Murpby.
the leaders" he gom.ifc.ued. are oppojad
to free silver end Bnrut but they do not
represent the me)t.iy seajliment of Hie
The three spokenm h will demand tht
this (Mm in te mejrrtty be Ktvn roe
oniltlon by the nettoo! eemmluec. so
that it may bave some exerJ-ie for aendloj
a eontestlnc le4anon t the national
I convsntn next year.
'aumym ITT tiw"
1? nit'.io i tun in ttiMlei k Undor
CHthuhled Strnq;(ii or
wh-njttn. July 17-Th'e sutement
r-ie pmpared at anny headquirtere today
and given out for puWicvt'it.
There has been some dlscuaehm In tco
press recently relating tn n alleged dlf
rerenoe ot opinion re-i l uie fir i mi ih r
of troops to be eent to Hie. Pl(tppine
tojrts hi the Bret Instance
iinmvawoiy upon re-eivwi(c tho tin
through She press dispatches -f Dvwv
vfotnry at Jlanlta Oenonst Mllee re- ra-
nieerJed the dlsfatoh if a mW4ry
to the Philippine island Tht ( n
kt the loMer:
Headquarters of the army Weobii
D. C. May S ISM.
To the honorable secretary of wn
i nave ne nonor to reoomitrend that
General Thorwi M. Anderem bo sent to Th
occupy the FMlMtoa Vbtltds In v.nt- '"r u
mend of the following troope. ment numt
iwo hoa!ori lMh InfatMry tw t.o pe enia iufi
twi cavolrr. oe rogtmeiK of rtifantr-; approimntH
CalHorn'a vo1unteeri two bstteTl.- t '" m lu.itii
aavy srMllary. Caltfottile. volimt- .-; .lili
on reRtmom or inTantrv oreston i i un- tli tim.. ir d
tera. ne regiment of Infantry i Ii "en 1 ni.i n
h(frton volunteer the troope to K . witi
all the neoemeirv ppttnnom owl -uin'1' n
NBLSON A. MILS XUh.r
Clenerail Commanding IT S Arm
The foroe abovo designated i-
men and the recommendation tru ap-
proved by. the lirwiMetR est follow i
"Bxeouktve) mdNetoi. Waasllingtoti. Miy
4. lsw niort ir
"ine troops uenmaie "v x-n. o V .t (
Mile1 If approved hv the eyr"ar t r
mdiiki be amomoled at new htui.i nij i
CeilirorniU. for S)oit wrlo- a.n urn ia n atX
OTiler-il hereafter Cuh i-i.
I'p to thfn kne Ivj commHlioAii"n hidi
boen reoesved from Admiral Dev . ins
flnsi dlsfmtoh. May 1. not reaarilng Wueh
Inainn until the Tth loiter tho following
"IHng KotiM. Maiy ir. W
(Cavite &ty 13)
"Seortrtory f tin fluty WVtsJHhrjrton
"1 am inolnlfttnlnff strict WockaJe .f
3iaane oy oea enu uetier robaia t iini-
u4iik In bv kWHl .etUwugh they nrr !u-
eotfve and making no yUinoootiut.nn
Great scarcity of provisions in th.- it
I belted that Spanish governor ft' "" it
will l" oWUred to surrender moon I in
take Man la .it any moment To r- tin
pweMWjon and Urns i-ontrol Phllippltn s
woiibl renutro in my bewt Judgment w-ll
equipped force of 600) men. allh mit-h
Unlte.1 3tfi troope sent by Peklu would
be very useful to relieve ttw iiUinpla
of gusrdwig OavlUt United 0t troops
ithould iinbH provtohTn for oxerotn'lv hot
wotlisr. Soahtuli fiwce Is ewHlMt-d at
10iM tnon. Tile reltele ro reported
MILIM WANTS HOItlB
On May 15 sfter seeing the b-n. !!-
petcJi from Admlml Dewey. Oen.ral
MNee made the following reemm-muv
Ileeilnuarters of the srmy. Wertiw:t w
-Trie honoraWe eoratery of war
"8lr I iliave rue honor of submitting
"In order to make the United 8tt
foroes as euone ami effective ae poewibls
wttsi a view of its matncaiHtaa; our pos
esakm and our nag on the Ihillpiiliif Ok
ImihIs and at the same time rei-wv. our
navy as epvedHy an possible I inoiet
lhat the command sent there i'n .t of
tho lith am) Wth United States mfjiun
two squadrons fourth oavalrv one lat
tery of heavy a.rtlitery from tin i' nth
and two batteries of tight arttlUt nom
rhe seventh and in aMH..n l.'it". mil-
teer.s frohi California. Cin.i i' t-
Jiontana. Oregon Utah t a.-.'iiiii t jn
North-Dakota South Dakota lilm. V-
oining Mlnnaaota airoad 'U' lann I I
a.po reoomsnend rht ! t -i . noli
guns two u inch guiu wtu .li.ip' u ms
curtrdaeo ami etglrt litoMniH to I" 'U-
mountwl ahki two S lni-h kuw u w st
II en Ida barracks ail to bu pa'.-i jn
bomnl ships at oVui KruiolO' hhI nt
to Manila there t bo mounts l .i i ed-
ily aa jioosiMe for the defeii-- of th'
harbor end ueed together with an r.piu
fire Rune shot can be sparwl rtMin the
fleet now at Wat pkeoe When Mils c-
oompliahed 11m l!et can be released to"
more Important servdee. The runs and
moVtare referred to should bu plucod aa
eoon s poaelble by others sent to Sen
Francisco from the gun foundrM nn1 sr
senals on tlte Atlantse coael
Very respectfully your.
NBLBON A MILKS. Ma)r Oem-ral
The troops designated In the above
communkmtkn nuurhered l". I2.r men
wjfcjh wu over lO.oW more than Aisalrjl
Dewey bad aaked f r. But notwi hsjtaul
log it wa fieneral HHw opuiluti thai In
view ot the admiral's statomom
rtpantoh forc ai osthnated at
Been it wuulrt be tulvlsable f us to have)
MRRKir OIVK8 HJ.H V1F.W.
In the misntimn Oeneral Merntl bad
been se'ecied o (-.rnmand m et'dltl
for th- l"h iiprine- and hi lete- i the
neei.ioM i ni UiyH Me he mibmttted
.. Mtiirvi".. of the troops noi-warv
.otwsitii' 'uch en espedtMoi "-ni rlmg
hi .... mr ohinh numbe - fn were
ir. on Mov 16 bo euunumer. ed
ilw. i. eftlSMte tor s see hal-trv.
.! i mill ordoonce detoc'iire i.
C-nna MHes. bed not 'eo ) n.-n'
Marrlu' . Mmote Whon ne wrtn the
letter "f Mn 1 given ebovo Thto leerj
........ .i (. nonoral SI r ft ' r io-
wajk ji..i .e received Ua-- H i
kJmjwihk ! aejn
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-Heovutt in i.Htirn - - -
(Tellers' o 'I ' "J'V
"I cooe-'dei !ii- oompusiekm of '
f.r outlli i th major general
-..miii to. army aa unsutted to
the i"d ' ' be aowwnejnnoa "u
tit In efttrii. v tor ttw ' exoedit i '
"T regtateoes of rettuUr lof.uri
. . th! of retraHr eavairy tw'
light batter U a very -' V rtK'B
..r h fortv twf. riifulj r i mi h
tha arm vehoM tbc w rk t eon
..to" of eoTM)ertg terrttorv fcOW aats
from ir booe W-ndel a regulerly
I Tin' I atvi ircl mat. I . m 't 1') 9i
Vfn men and tnhdbltel by H.ilM.isy.
tt i l in. mi r t him will r t I u
j tli ih In en nutrei Ik.h f i
'T.tf'de. U I 4Mi um fu n --ha-
-i gntad oommaiM) onlv on r i
per a the fourteenth lnfntrv t i
pejrttally avu'lab'e Hv 'otter f M l
and V the eootps ti-.n irvl no in mi
erjBXVt Ot lb' reguiu r.r I u m i.
W ME.RRITT M.)r '. i .
MIL3B WHOM MWtBITT
It was then referred to Goneral Miles
tcr further iemarlc and was endorsed hy
h'm as follow:
lli-adiiunrt.ru of the arn. v
"tii-i-ctfully submitted 'o
tar ol wr.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 40, Ed. 1, Tuesday, July 18, 1899, newspaper, July 18, 1899; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74587/m1/3/: accessed March 1, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.