Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 75, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 30, 1900 Page: 6 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRRIEr OKLAHOMA.
& We are Making Great Preparations for the Coming Year
Wauls a tliotough Understand-
ing ISetWtrun Towers
-WASHINGTON AUGUST 20.-A wpocM
meeting of tho cabinet lantlng all day J
and broke only by a ort rocess for
l.ir.cheon markod the Intcnae lnteroat
Mu administration fli In the Chinese
pioblcm. U wa the loneost cabinet
ainHlon of the prt-aeni administration.
The diplomatic and not the military
pl.utit of the situation In China was un-
der ronsldorutlon and this accounted for
the presence of Acting Secretary Adoo
an unusual happening at a cabinet
meeting. Mr. Adeo Is the medium
through which the foreign governments
communicate and ho Iim boon In receipt
cr a good many stntamants recently.
Lal ovHnlng ho and the French charge
M Thlobaut compared the French and
American copies of the credentials of LI
Hung Chang. Today ho ltad a long talk
with Minister Wu and the 0 riiinn
charge and the substance of these
convtrfta.tlonB he laid before tlm mblnot.
It is understood thnj the cabinet to-
day completed preparation of a plan f-r
churlng away much of the uncertainty
that now exist as to tho future In Chlrit
and outlined Uh views In writing Tin-
fad that tho military situation In admit -iwl
to lw of secondary importance cou-
nnn tho view though no cabinet oltn- r
would vouchafe Information on tUl- point
that what It sought Is nn agreement
among the powora for terminating the
indefinite HtattiB of affairs in China.
It In believed that tho point has be- n
reached whore It In proper that there
should bo a clear expression of purposed
on tho part of the principal powora In
order that tho United States government
may know how far It can go consistently
In the execution of tho common program.
Mont of the objects had In view by tho
president when ho made answer 10 the
Chinese government's appeal and began
tho campaign upon Pokln have been
achieved. Two others remain to be se-
cured namely the safeguarding of Am-
erican Interests for tho future and some
proper guarantee for indemnification for
the espouses of recent operations and
ti.HsoH of American citizens. Some plan
by which tho objects can be attained
by tho United States in common with
similar objects by the other powers en-
gaged In China Is thought feasible
Incidental to this main purpose sev-
eral phases of tho problem aro attract-
ing special attontlon. Thus tho suffic-
iency of LI Hung Chang's credentials
as a ponco envoy or rather of the abili
ty of tho omporor of China to accredit
ono Is a matter of consideration. The
United Stnteii must not only satisfy Its-
elf of Li's compotoncy but It must con-
voy solid aHSiuanco on that point to
convince some of the other powers the
purpose of which perhaps wou d not b6
oast served by a speedy termination of
hostilities In China.
It was tho general understanding that
the outcome of today's cablnot mooting
would bo the adoption of a policy by the
administration that would to simplify
thce Issues and at least bring to a focus
the varying aspirations of the powers.
If this cannot be done then tho question
to be determined Is whether or not tho
I'nltcd Statu) shall proc. ed further hand
in hand with tho a I. led forces. It Is be
lieved that this point Is vory near a do- i
cislon our determination depending up-
on tho response! mado by European nu-
tytns or our Inquiries.
Tni suggestion that a conference be
held' of the nations represented In Chl-
im Is aal revived as an accompaniment
of this purpose and It is pointed out that
with Special Commissioner Rocklilll Just
about arriving on Ch'nese soil w'lth
iluinm Von Schwartxensteln the Ger-
jfian Mic8sor to Baron Von Kett.er al-
ready In China with the ministers resi-
dent at Pefttn and with the high military
and naval officials' in the Pel Ho val-
lBy the mnterinl U already at hand for
tlio ngthorlng of a conference fully equip-
ped to deal willi ero so complex and
difficult a problem as It presented in the
settlement of China's future.
There are hopes that communication
with China very much delayed of late
will bo better soon. Consul Fowler
ut Cho Foo got a routine dispatch
rhrough today of current date and the
navy department has been informed that
tho cable company's ship was about to
leavo Slianghal to lay a direct cable con-
necting Shanghai with Cho Foo. One of
tho weakest links in tho chain of com-
munication nt present. These improved
QonIltLons as to tho opening of communi-
cation between our military and naval
commanders and tho authorities here
have mado it possible for the latter to
abandon tho purpose of employing naval
vessels to convoy by water messages be-
tween Shanghai nnd Cho Foo.
Tho attitude of Germany was the sub-
ject of much official discussion during
the day and considerable light was
thrown upon It. ICarly in the diy the
Gorman charg6 d'affaires Baron Speck
Von Sternberg had a long talk with Act-
ing Secretary Adee. It Is understood that
any quostlon which may have arisen as
Jo th future course of Germany is met
by it reference io an oixiruu uoio uj
Count Von lluelow. German minister ot
foreign affairs Issued on' July 12. which
fully defines Germany's purnoso In China.
This1 note of tho German chancellor fol-
lowed within ton days of Secretary Hny's
noto to tho powers on July 3 and Is
somewhat analogous in setting forth
" I am so thankful for what Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription has
done for me" writes Mrs. John T.
Smith of Slocan B. C Box 50.
"It cured me of a disease which
was taking away all my strength
helped me through the long months
before baby came and I have a big
strong baby girl the most healthy
and happy of all my three."
HAKES THE DIFFERENCE.
Germany's Intentions. Count Von Bup-
low's note said:
"Our aim Is the restoration of security
for persons and property freedom of ac-
tion for German subjects In Clilna and
rescue of foreigners beleaguered in Pek-
ln. tho ro-estnbllshment of security and
rogulnr conditions under a proper organ-
ized Chinese government and reparation
and satisfaction for the outrages com-
mltted. We desire no partition of China
' seek special advantages. The im-
perial government is Imbued with the
conviction that tho maintenance of the
agreement between the powers is a pri-
mary condition for the restoration of
pence and order In China.'
There is renson for believing that
Germany holds today that the foregoing
declaration is as effoctlve as when.lt
was first enunciated and that any pres-
ent consideration of Germany's purposes
must bo viewed In tho light of the fore
going specific declaration of policy. For
that reason tho declaration wo desire no
partlon of China and seek no special ad
vantages is said to clear away the sus
picion that Germany has a far reaching
purpose of territorial acquisition in Chi-
na. Count Von Bue'.ow's not further point-
ed out tho scope of Germany's military
measures In China stating that "they
will enable us to participate In the
military action In' a manner correspond-
ing with Germany's political Importance.
By tlio recent events In China the suc-
cessful mlyd.a operations there; tli
nourishing German trade and economical
enterprises are menaced. Our moral and
material Interosts we must protect."
Count Von Walderseo's appointment
followed and Is said to have been quite
within the foregoing general declaration
The attitude of Italy has also been de-
fined In a statement by Marquis Vls-
conte Venostn minister of foreign af-
fairs as follows:
"The cablnot has no present lntontlons
toward expansion or lntrlguo in China
Its program is to maintain perfect ac-
cord between Italy and tho other powers.
A leet and some troops represent the
participation of Italy in tho common
task. We cannot leavo entirely to others
the protection of our national rights nor
are we disinterested In the work of mu-
tual Interests which tho wopera are seek-
ing to carry on In China."
It is said that tho course pf Austria
will bo practically Identical to that cf
Germany owing to tho clone relations
botwoen Berlin and Vienna on all ques-
tions of International policies.
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Guthrie O. T. Oklahoma City O. T. I
Railroad Time Table.
SOUTH EAST AND WEST.
I Arrive Leave
L uuthrle) 1 lUthrle
6:40 am I 0:00 pin I 0:43 am
4:40pm 0:50 am I 10:00 pm
8:30 am Local Freight
I Local Freight
SOUTH SOUTHEAST AND WEST.
Leava lAirive Arrive
Guthrie j FtWorth Galves'n
lil.OA ti. I Itliflnnm
10:45 pm j 10:45 pm
8;05 am I 9.35 pm
A. J. CORKINS Agent
KiiHtom Oklahoma Time Ward.
Lv Guthrie Ar.
Lv Wye Lv.
Lv Russell Lv.
Lv Campbell . ..Lv
Lv Iowa City Lv
Lv.... Goodnight... Lv.
Ar Ferklns Lv.
Lv Perkins.... Ar.
Lv.:.Sand Creek.. Lv.
Ar Ripley Lv.
AVOMEX'S CLUHS OF GUTIIIUE.
ACORN CLUB Mrs F.K. Brooke.presldent:
Mrs. J. J Houston secretary. Meets on
evcrv Thursday afternoon.
CAMBRIDGE CLUB Mrs. A. H. Huston
President: Mrs. N. M. Carter secretary.
Meets every alternate Tuesday.
LXCELSIOR CLUB Mrs. Almont Hixon
L. President Mrs. Geo H Dodsou secretary.
Meets every Monday afternoon.
SnAKESPEARE CLUB -Mrs.JosepUWlsby
President: Miss Reese secretary. Meets
each alternate Tuesday.
SOROSIS CLUB Composed of the society
ladles led by Miss Helen Green. Meets
CHAUTAUQUA CLUB Mrs. AV L Rhodes
President; Mrs. NM Carter secretary.
Meets every Thursday afternoon.
BANNER UNIVERSITV EXTENSION
Miss Alma Carson president; Miss Anna
Hutchinson secretary. Meets Saturday
OAPITAL UNIVERSITY EXTENSION
U Mrs. Julia Ryan President; Miss Mar-
guerite Byrne secretary Meets every
Offlcers of City Federation Mrs. Frank
Dale President; Sirs. J. J. Houston Secre-
Capitol Lodge No. 1. Royal Tribe of Joseph
meets every Saturday uight at 7 30 o'clock
in Odd Fellows' hall. rlslslng members
will be made welcome
T. B. REDER AV.T?.
A. A. MEACHAM Scribe.
Hartrantt Post No. 3 G. A. R. meets on
first and third Saturdays In each month at
7:30 p. m. In probate court room Visiting
comrades always welcome.
AV B. HEROD. P. C.
M. L. MOCK Adjutnan
Guthrie Camp No. 3 AVoodmcn of the
World meets every Monday night in the It.
of P hall. A'isl ting Woodmen are welcome
J. B. TOWERS Clerk.
WM. GREGORY Con. Com.
Ouiarie Lodge No. B A. T i: A. M. Reg-
ular meeting third Wednesday evening In
each month at 8 o'clock. All brethren cordl
ally invited to Attend.
H. F. ARDERY Sec.
G. H. AVILLIS AV. M.
Naomi Reoetcah Lodge No. 2 1. O. O. F.
meetstlrst and third Tuesday at 7:30 in the
Od Pellowa'o nail In the Weinberger bulla
lngJ Visitors welcome
MATTIE DOUGHTY N.G.
KATE M WKTHY. Sec.
Gutnrle lodge No. 1 A. O. U. W mee
Thursday evening of each week at 7:30
Victor block corner First and Harrison
Visiting Workmen always welcome.
G. S HUTZ EL M. W.
DA. G. DENNIS Recorder.
I O. R. M. meets every Friday night lu
Kof hall. VlsltlnechleiR always welcome
GILBERT ERBEMAN Sachem.
II. C. BARNEY Chief ol Records.
Oklahoma Encampment No. 1 1. O. O. F.
meets the second and fourth Friday nights
In ep-a month. . S. R. BATES. C.P.
E. F. MERTEN Scribe
Guthrie Lodge No. 3 I. O. O. H. meets
Monday night of eaou week at 7 30 Visiting
Odd Fellows always welcome
B. TURNEY NG.
G W BRUCE.Secretary
Guthrie Lodge No. -J K. of P. meets every
Monday atSP.M.in their hall In the Vic-
tor block corner First and Harrison. Visit-
ing Knights arc always welcome.
CO FISH C 0.
OIIAS. POND M. of P. andK. ot It S.
Guthrie Lodge No. SIO. B. P. O. K. meets
the second and last Tuesday in each month
in Woodmen hall. I B. LEVY E. R.
J. FOUOART Sec'y
0 00 p. m.
5 45 "
5 30 '
5 00 "
4 30 "
4 00 "
3 30 "
2 30 "
2 CO "
1 30 "
FALL TERMS BEGIN
SEPTEMBER 10 1900.
$ WILLIAMSON IIALSELL
g W Wholesale ilGrocers
The newest and best wagon in Guthrie. The best service
at all times. "We deliA'er anything- from a spool of thread to an
ice plant. Our work guaranteed.
Tom Cash Transfer Line.
Telephone for baggage Avagon.
THE FAMILY LIQUOR STORE
WHISKIES BY THE GALLON.
McBrayer 83 50
Old Oscar Pepper." 3 00
Bond& Lillard 4 00
Guchenheimer Rye 4 00
Crystal Brook Rye 4 00
Silver Creek 3 00
C ther whiskies Avines and brandies proportionately cheap.
T HE SAME OLD MOSES
Phone lZ Corner Ilariison and Division.
S J. B FAIRFIELD
I TRANSFER COAL $
S AND STORAGE
Phone 20. Office
J. AV McNEAL President
Guthrie National Bank.
Board of Directors.
In addition to onlcers of bank
W. J. HORSPALL Cashier.
Account Biennial Conclave Knights
Pythias Detroit Mlehlgon August 27
to September 1 the Frisco Line will
6ell tickets from all points in Kansas
Oklahoma and Indian Territories at
rate of one faro plus 52.00 for the
round trip Tickots on sale August
25 25 and 27 with final return limit
September 5. Uy depositing the same
with joint the agent Detroit you car
get extonsion on ticket until Septem-
Edncato tow llowols With Cascarets.
Candy Cathartic euro constipation forovet
I0o.25c. l 0. CO. fall aruuglsts refund money
Guthrie uOkla. City
and Yards 604 W. Harrison
A. J. SEAY Vlce-Presldenf
J. R. COTTINGHAM.
Additional ISuimnor Kxculslona to Colo
ndo and Utah.
On August 7 nnd 21 and September
4 and 18 wo will sell round trip tick-
ets to Denver Colorado Springs. Pueb-
lo Glenwood Springs Halt Lake City
and Ogden at tho rate of ono fare plus
82.00 fopthe round trip.
Final return limit October 31 1900.
Tickets cantlnuous passage up to first
Colorado common point after which
stop overs will be allowed. Return
trip must not bo commenced earlier
than five days from date of Ealo nor
later than October 31. Return trip
A'. J. Corkins agent.
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