The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 92, Ed. 1, Wednesday, March 13, 1901 Page: 1 of 8
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Raises Ire of Cali
TRYING TO DIVERT
By Declaf aUb tliat. Plague
Exist in San Fraifcisco
Volunteers n '.
8crIpps-McUno Pross Ass'n.
Washington D. C. March 13. The
publication of offlolal recognition of
the existence of bubonic plague in
San Francisco has railed a storm in
wuKiiinKi.au. umoruians wno aro
now here as8ert that It is all a scheme
to divert th. oriental carrying trade
li-' uci. ovifuu ijuilii uniliun J. Xllll
president of the Oreuc Northern Hall-
road company Is said to bo the prime
mover in Hie campaign.
It Is charged that Hill has been
bringing pressure upon the 'treasury
department for tho paat bIx months to
have an official doeluratlon that gen-
uine bubonic. plngiio 1b epidemic in
San Francisco. H has it Ih charged
pulled overy wire. . It was through hlH
efforts that tho sajontifio oommlHSlon
was appolntod to make an Investiga
tion. This commission lias reported
that thcra arc Koniilnp casue in China-
town. Hill's offorts uro now being directed
to tho establishment of a qunrantino
against the stato of California or at
least against the city of Siui Fran-
isco. This will have Uie effect of di
verting the truffle which ordinarily
goes through Sun Francisco to IJort-
land Seattle and Tacoma. Troons
n.iHHlM .. !. .. Til. I1II ...Ml
to the north and the city of the.golden
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Kate will los hundreds of thousans
Conspiracy Charge Denied.
Surgeon General Wyman. of the
mniine nospltal service and other of-
fn ials of the treasury department vle-
orously deny that there has been any
Rclteme or conspiracy mimical to the
interests of an Francisco. General
Wyman says that officers of His bu-
reau have had many cases of alloged
bubonic plague under' surveillance
during tho last twolvo -or flftoon
months and thoy reported tholr gen-
uineness. Tn order to os'ta'blish the
truth of tho report nhtfrtodeal fairly
with tho question tie co'mmisslon of
scientists wns appointed. "' Its report
sustained tho mnrluo tw&pltnl sorvlc'o.
Although no ngreomerit -lia3 beon
reached it Is probahlo' thnt with tti'o
"0-operatlon of tho stato health hoard
a strict quarantine will bo thrown
nriunds Chinatown In Ban Francisco.
An attempt was mudo to do this last
summer but it waa defeated by the
lntr(. nr .. iM..-ia n 1
If the nttflmnt Is oo-iitn imani.nn
ful the federal authorities will extend I
tho quarantine line. first to
to the city
limits and then to tho state line
where Its authority Is unquestioned. '
Bars Promotion of Volunteers.
It Q 'Iftillitful If inni nrnn.. .. ...I...
w .w uvituuui . iiii.iij fll'IDUIIS WIIU.
want to be first lieutenants in the
army will be able to land anything
bettor than commissions for finennrt
Heutenancloe. Ono seotloii of tho
now nrmy law says that volunteer
officers undrtr fbrty zears or ago 'am
ho appointed first or socond Ughteu-
nnts. Another scotlon prdyid'vs (hat
no officer" appointed front tho vol'jm.
teore shall be given a rank .that Will
displace any bfflcor now iti tlie reg-
ular son-Ice. Every volunteer officer
appointed first Houtenant would dU-
placo by ono number every second
Heutonnnt In tho service.
Tho department has made no rul
ing yet on tho point In which tho twb
sections contradict but there nre
teasons for believing that no volun-
teer will got a first lfout'onanPfl com-
mission until all tU sbcond .lieuten-
ants now 1 ntho service are promoted
including those who have Just grauu
ated from tho military aondsnjy.
mm TALKS ABOUT. !
Answers .Many Questions
anMvfis tfmf '
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Tit following interview with ap-1
reaeoUUire Deanls Flrmi. of Okiaho-;
ma. giving the present situation rela- I
ttve to the opening of the Kiowa Co-!
mgtiejiev; and Wichita Inelan raMkVaVt
tloii of over kf.OftO.O aorea wmi oe
especially Uigae who contemplate se-1
curing a home ft this new land Wflclr j
will be thrown open. homeataaQira J
about AugtuwVJL wtitnh Is only retries! j
by the lloeV.lftti$uVoad i(cV flnei
la Mift nnlv nnu ninnlncr satwl I
tbmiiBli this Nervation. far PJyiin
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"The Wichita reservation la east 1
.... i . iuw almost no nope
and north orthtvKW rrvatlop& a ffl No
r J u lLlr U" 00p'00aT'.nrrl8on'r condition since 4 o'clock.
hjf itotfuintginhdmMtMiL aunt tmmm towmarhe
In Iwth of these reservations sections
in ivr t t t hiuiA & i u . a.ai .. i
13. 33 1G and 30 are reserved for
scUpol and 9Mierjjui;poses for tie.uiea
o. the future state of Oklnhnmn Thin
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j ffi'B.S bTSXSZ
! aij? Becrery of
the territory. In I
both the reservation there must also
pi taken out 1.120000 acres for Indian "ud"u ' "' nu" .--..
i.B . ' .a. m. Dr. .lumeson savs thar In no
ftybtinej.9-anlgnzing lnnda iUtni-
djjtlon fDpt.hiOljll(Jr rt'rf(t8
Milch lhare montlnned.
'A bill has Just paSsod tho' lower
iise of congress which nrovliles
if thfr' nTinlt Sa -in. mnM. ......
rvn lots but that before tno'opSnlng
Bj these reservations tho president
jEall divide them. Into countlo8ilxIng
county lines and rosorvlng 320
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DUrposos. Those lands will ba sold
jn the day of the opening or on sub-
iciueut aays to thd highest blddor
nose lotin oach.towu. .The proceeds
of these aojBi .go m. the coun M
wmen tne comity cwvt Is 40tfntei;
"As to' yfha ar'e ejjglbla to tkp ft
..omestoad In these reservations the
! 111 "?!'! Dut ' 9 K ' a?d
i -unmin;iie reaervauon everynoay wno
at any 0ffl. prlor t0 June Iatyt had
used his homestead right by tiling on
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certain lands can make a second en-
i "In" oilier WOrda e wry 'person who
M" rwfl '" ny part of theJ
1 United States on any government land
Is eligible to take thorntrattratl' trrtjro:
Any person who however after. llv-
Jrft6n a liorfjiBfitontl flv '6 Itmrtf
yon'rs without paying out cannot
make an qdd!tiouaJ antrycqnBpesBJ
rotusing to grant this right. ' - ' -
"I desire to bo emphatically udoi'-
'Stood as stntln that. If a man paid
on his homestead before he resldod
on It.fivo years ho can takd'a sodo'ndi
un. ii no uiu not nav out within t vn
years liccanr.ot. Again no person
who relinquished or commuted since
June 0- Js eligible 3 thnt was the
date 6 the pawogo of. tho original
' "Old soldiem of tho Olvil wr who
have never had the benefit of a hame-
Stead have their rli'M nrnnnrvnil
t0 tle soldiers of jthe Spanish an
Philippine wars atHhe present tim
tley are given credit only for certain
services. A bill isiliow in congrens
hetween the two Houses which will
HU tlllim tliall- rlf.I.t nt nil... . .n
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il8r' declaratory cfajm.
"In my Judgmout 11 of these lands
will be opened to settlement nhnnt
August 1. How they will be dpenod is
not at this tlmo settled. A ttrdat
many are advocating a chango from
.uo old facd hofBo "style. "I-'tfr m80in
H win favor any klnd.of a.proppsltloiu
mat win .hurry thejanopJiig of the
.country ond glvo evorybody entitled
io a nomostoau an Aoqunl chance. I
would not bo surprised If somo lottery
plan wore adoptedi the aotatls of
which will havo to bo workod out by
the Interior department.
"Two now land offices to tnkn ojro
pf tho business will be ustahllshed.
ono at El Reno and pno nt tho county
seat noareat For Bill. Mnuy pooplo
nre n-l iwaro of tho fact that any
porsbo who has ICOj nores of land jin
any stato or torritbry Is prohibited
Iroro taking a .honiwtead .any where.
In the .'Jplted States. The object of
.GUfHRlE OKLO&L&WBDNISHDAY MAROII 18. 1901.
Harrison's Dealh a
Matter of Few
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-w UillY "SpflrR 0I Lffe'
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condition fe ilnddbWd.'?
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siiaaow or ueatn rests on the liome
Indl spoils Indf-JOarcJi U-8.a0
i '"crti iiuhibuh m uunmt- n
a. m. (.eneral Harrison Is uuahU' to
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IhP in "Harettoffa cpnailjd
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Indianapolis Ind. March 11. U00
Indianapolis Ind. March 11. 1;00
p. m. General Harrison is being kfiptVcttou was on the cjreumstanfjar evl
alive by oxygen treatmejit. He jfom deuce ord.r. Ills friends hope rfow to
artls fvllh the.greatsi d!fflultyv have the whole mottor dropped.
Should General Harrison die. tho ; rivelady hOM returned to his' hofne.
presidejit will issue a proclamation
anrfounoltfg his donth. Orders will
iBuuuii iur iironur uuBeru
Issued for a proper observanc
t.ie homestead law Is to glve people
The appolntrnent o county offi ei-s
oic is a mnwor. wiieinar Wit to the
secretary or the governor vhili will
un oubtedly not be taken Op end I
"There is no Inside track to be rH
en anyboify. The public will be a!
iuu liiiuuku uie press suiricienr
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vlued through the press sufficient
give everybody and equal chain . at
the openn Part o fthe v1iIm
eiTatlon will undoubtedly b pi
uiaine and Canadian counties in or
der to fill out their boundaries.
"t reIVate the counrry -cannot pos
sibly open until August; there is no
Wolffo 1jt?rMlonY mStf tfnalifieo
homestead entryman will be treated
alIRo: .hthe J9nle 'of tqwn 4ots no fu
vorltos will bb playdd overy lot wJII
bo sold to tho highest bidder.
"A groat many people get these
lands inlxoil up with the Innds in the
Ihdiaii territory. Theso lands are -io-
etitod In' Southwestern Oklahoma and i this afternoon to call upon the gov-
adjoin. Toxns. Any person who en- ernor and to ascertain what will prob-
ters 00 acres must. In addition to a i ably be Uio fate of the public bulld-
restdence of 1 1 months to five years. Ings bill. They declare that he must
also agree to pay the government sign it which if h does they will en-
$ W5 per acre for the land. dorse him to a man for reappointment
These lands are good grazinc and tn ttm nrriea nt ..... on.i .. u i-
agricultural lands and the person who
acdes of them can feel
Binned. minlnir laws of ih
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I'uiieu aiaies are also extended to
ttlA if lfl.l nn.l nH.nt. .
the Kiowa and Comanche reservation
There Is a range of mountains carry-
ing from 10 to80 miles which will
undoubtedly be thoroughly explored
after the opening."
He Fooled the Surgeons.
All doctors told Jtanlck Hamilton.
18 months from nectal Fistula he
would dlo- unless a costly operation
was performed; but ha cured himself
with Bucklon's Arnica Salve tha bast
tin tho' World. Surest" PJlo cure On
Earth. 2Go a box at C. II. Ronfro's
Thoro will h an adjourned business
meeting of Guthrlo Lodge No. 120 U.
P. S3. Hlks Friday night the 16th.
I. B Levy E. It.
iJoo Fouoart Secretary.
W. C. Colenman. general agent tor
the Hydro-Carbon Light company is
in 5UUrvatar to close contracts for bis
now lighting Bystem.
BOGOS IS (HUNTED
nse of Innocent Simmies
.jPostmasfer; Iovelady Can
. Not l)S Punished
Jp()M :.ior Hrt
!u th.. i aso of
sJiuiku . who li
. aor Ham es ria refused to act
Cleonre O. Botgs of
is voder a tiu-ee years'
antuncc. convicted of naYlag Urn-
Mrfnl ulh registered ia6 whtlw4
panmaHta"' at Shaynw. A delet
U of Hoggs' fdcftda oaJled on Qot-
ecnor Barnes yeatantay JWcompwld
jbr Thomas lav)adN of Tecumseh
J wjo has confessed to tlM tsrtrno iw
j mentioned In Th LeAdBV Of yaBtar-
;da3. Oovernor Uaraea bant the lits-
:f0 jtoty of the cue iuit UjBaJi the njut-
an-!tf out hit liipLultxlinn """"
Jpnlted States Attorney Speed who
la In El Reno was telegMphed re-
gaditg the matter and a reprice for
aikndefiuitu period bn beau granted.
retauy made his confession io Post-
Offlpe IflttllAntnr Tla.Altt HAitAral tftnwtt
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lagfejind yesterday while If the city I Iy benefitted him that he doett not foel
s Uorrt tin' name story to a number ofjtne slightest IndlspmitHon. '
i0 ni-rionx Interested in the raw
P'-mohh Interested in the caae.
I-olaly was an employe In the
Ttwuniseh offlrn at the time that the
mall waf. tampered with and after-
wuriR tlok tle ' b?" mounUp to!
soijethinn like $600 to the office at
fihi.-n ..j .u.jj 1. ..
nuawii-. nnu pi-fn nip pucKagv in
(.the. letter box. Boggs wa counected
wl tnc. malter afler having received
lUd bills in thnt mminer. TTi. ion'
iba; bills in thnt manner. 10s con-
I He ean not -be held on the charge
owing to the statute of UmlUt'on In
Uie territory. ' ' - ''
Three Companies Gjvon Chartys to
Under Oklahoma Laws. (
The mm .etary o fthe territory has
issued the following charters:
The Muhey Mercantile company of
Yukon ti do a general mercantile
hnslness The Incorporators are: M.
W MuIm-. O. V. Mulvey and J. R.
White all of Yukon. Tho capital
to k is plaied at $50000
The Btiouil OH and Gaa enmnnnv
..f Strou.i. The Incorporators are: J.
W Stroud. I d. Charles. H. S. Mm -
i.vnion F i' Larrance D. N.r Collins.
i'hj. capital stock is placed at $2500.
The Hand' and !rlce Manufacturing
.ompany .t Oklahoma City who will
niannfartnre and sell Hamilton's BTe
ntor Pe. (i Cotton and Hay Presses.
The capital stock of the company Is
$-'0000 The Incorporators are: D.
H Handy a W. Prince and Tt.
TWO HUNDRED STRONG.
Enid Business Men Come tQ Seo Gov.
The lllislnnmr man nt V.n nra li
- - us.vw u BVivillOI UIJI uv axil IU
their power to have him secure the
Job again. This big delegation is the
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-'w...v -wi i aiinev uinvtiii 11.31U 1J1 C.I1H1
lastfiilght following a Republican ettv
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION.
i wmanoma t.iiy on March 20 22
fure for the round trio. TflaJrb'ftL
sale March 10th to 22d Induslvo. good
to return March 23d continuous pass-
age Jn each direction.
A. J. corklns Afcant'
Eat a Whole Cabboae '
If you want 'to. It won't hurt yrp.
peoplfj uspd to tblnk cttbliajgo JiKingr
heavy in their stomachs. Aeroaoh
meal no matte'r what you oat 'tijvWi
dose' of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup 'Pepsin.
You .wlljt uover suffer from. Cbnstipl..
linn InrflA.IU tffMf. Tr....4.x tf
Stomnch TrbubjU. F. 0. Lliilo & Co.
J Kae "Queena" Monday night t.ihe
'llrooks'. Prices 10c 20c and SO.c.
DIAZ SAID TO FEAR.
Report that Mexican. Presi-
dent has Been Sccteffd
tr1pe.McRa Press Ass's.
Chicago HI. March 11-A. corm-
aptmdent of the Roorl wiitlna from
U City of Mexico (ells a skMry to the
tract that President Mas of Msxtco.
tv waatally affectPi He Mots n
offtolaj as s?ylft that tMairll never
rtne Wle again. He says Xrleiti
tore hurried him n the Mfflds at
Guerrero to kp tho knowledRe of
Ule laets rwim tho ptiblle. -Thin of u ... n
flotel avern that the mnlatly ikm the'JOlin llendefSOll After COH'
urm -tn mip iireau oi assMteination.
St. Louis Mo. March -13.-tVaiTft
DeinorrM rfperlal from Guernnyno
s.vs that tMne is. muds amtoyed by the
perleUtant reports of his illnoss. Tt
says that he Is merely taking mi out-
liiff for rocreatlou and that It no great
j District Court Busy Hearing Right of
Way DamaHe Cases.
The district iirt is m.sy larlng
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i nnu unisniug up uie oia rignt or way
I condemnntlon suits of the Blstern
Oklahomn and the Guthrie nnd West-
The jury n the cause of Outhi-lo
ami Western v. J. K. Fnillkrfer ro-
turned a verdict of $121. '.'
The Jury In tint o. fir. w. 11. It; vs.
W. a- Ithbdes Is still flUtfriilB. after
Tho amuse of tlie Gutlirieund West-
ern vs. V. M. McCoy Is on this after-
noon. Mr. MpCoy wants $1.26 par
ncro for twenty-flrr- aero ttf lntul
joining the clt? on the south where
the round house and sbopt are be
IT'S A DAISY.
Monthly Journal Published by the
Northwestern Normal Makes Its
The NnrthwADtern TorrttrwUI Vr.r.
I mal (ehonl of Aim tim iamuul tku
first number of an etagant monthly
1 school iournal. Th w!lt r frn.
the ranks of the students sod there
'are contrlbiitois troni the roster of
. Instructors which
one of the brightest to bo found any
where among school papers. It Is by
far the most alilv edited rntnur nf Its
'class in Oklahoma. The editor in
chief is Mr. Itert Iangley. assisted by
Mr Charles McWHliams and Miss
Anna Lyle Pennock.
The Journal has twenty departments
of news lu which aie reported Uie
various happenings with splay com-
ment of tho Alva Normal students
and their work.
P. B. BILL NOT YET SIGNED.
Hundreds Interviewed the Governor-
Time Up Tonight.
Two hundred people interviewed the
governor 'today about the public
Thu Ittll tvitiwt i.i. LlunAji Ku io
V lock toDight oi it n. .lead.
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'' uiiijia lie- iiim unit I1WI. ueen
that the bill
I will not be signed
Headache often result from a dis
ordered condition of the stomach and
constipation of the bowels. A dose
or two of Chambei inln's Stomach and
Liver 'fabletH will correct these dis-
orders and euro the headache. Sold
by 0. It. Renfro.
TAKE8 HIS OFFICE.
Frank J. Wykoff new Bank Examiner
Sworn In and Bond Filed.
Frank J. Wykoff tue new bank ex
aminer for Oklahoma vice W. S.
Search resigned took lis office to-
day. He was sworn In and filed his
bond with the governor.
When children lmve onraalia. uabi
rate ti piece of cotton with Ballard's.
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I ooow uimmenc anu piaco Jf III the
ear. It will stop the pain ftqvfcw-
Price 25 and 60 cents.
V. D. Lillie & Co. and Wheeler &
...an-. j k. .
SCENE OF THE CRIME
fessing is Not Giyeri
Time. to Pray
Scripps-McRao Press Assn.
Corsleana Tsx. March l::. John
Henlerson. a negro wus innned at tho
stake here at eleven o'clock this
morning. A howling nrb surrounded
the uyre and allowed the negro uo
lime fo.- prar after he had confess-
ed the crime In it9 horrible djiils.
llenderanii muruereU M.-3. oar.ger lit
nn a.-troclou- manner slashing Ubr
body so It wuh almost unrecognizable.
The blood spattered over the Youngor
home Indicated that Mrs. lounger
fought b.avely for hi. itir und honor.
Ft. Worth Tex. Aiarch 13 A pri-
vate dispatch from Corslcana nt ten
tills morning says: Joim Hendersbii
negro has confessed to the tnunler of
Mrs Younger. A mob U building a
pyre lnteiidlug to burn Hendarson
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CAPABLE' MEN WANTED.
I To Represent the City on Council and
I Sohool Board
i All Democrats who are Interested In
good city government should attend
I tho Dcimx tatii meetings to be held
' tomorrow night In tae different wards.
It Ih Important that capable men be .
nominated fn; the council and school
l lanl Th' ""HuMlcan candidates
'""'n't' '" "' H" most pari uie not
tilted for places on the council or
school board The Democrats can
control hoth tl.e sdiool board and
council l.. .lomi-iating clea'i. capable
I Counterfeits of nwitf wtti.
Huzel Salve are liable to cause blood
poisoitfn. Leave them alone. The
original has the name De Witt's upon
the box and wrapper. It Is a hnrm!oB
and healing salve for skin diseases.
Unparalled for piles.
Sold by J. N. Wallace.
OPERATE HEALTH RESORT.
Granite White Sulphur Springs Co.
Incorporates For Purposes.
The secretary today issued a char-
ter to tho Granite White Hulphur
8prlngs company. The purposes sre
'to buy. lease owri. operate and sell
lauds and springs own and operate
hotels health anil pleasure resorts to
lottle and sell mineral waters und any
and all things necessary to the con-
ducting of such resort.''
The capital stock is $2000. The lu-
corporators are i W. Ryder. J. N.
Olds and P. Y. Drln'.on of Granite.
LOST Large llat pockebook: rewartj
if returned to this office.
Keen re seau
early for the Hchu-
She I have never loved before.
HeAnd why my proolous? Surely
there are others as worthy as I.
She -That wasu't It. I had Indigna-
tion so bad I never could endure their
prattle but I took a bottle of Dr. Oaldr
well's pyrt'p Pepsin and have neer
seen any sign of it since.
Get. it at r. D mile A Co.
The "Ethel Tucker Company'' at the
Rrooks' all next week.
gchumen Conceit next Wedo.e-.daj
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