The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 108, Ed. 1, Monday, April 1, 1901 Page: 3 of 8
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When anything breaks
German Press Thinks Em
peror William Has Been
or geWn out of order you want U fixed.
That's our bimtness. We mend anything; O
and make model fl.
nearHarrl8on kv JOQ Tlimer.
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Berlin Man h 30. Emperor Wil-
li mi's speech at th" dfillratlon ot th
in w "barrack nciir tlirt rnperlil castle
of th Emperor Alexander Grenadier
RlniPiit nr xtlll hf sensation of Ui
hour. The Yorw.iprts today votjche
for Itn nliarpest version of Ma tnJS-
i ppedi Te Hnmbura; corrr-pon-ii
nt . is) khvm Hint the version pmfe-
li lied by tbi Kreus Zlottnf i much
mll'lor ttiHn the otiiperor's orltlnfel
m ri T)ip pn i Is Kttll pusstlng over
whit obu'(1 i:mperor William recent-
ly tn IndulK" in mich pesslmlatlc talk
ji ml i onsidfru hi words to be univar-
rnnted by fiict. They point out also
that the empoior's prediction answer-
ing i toast TIiuih y night to the ef
t. . t thnt C!rinany would soon have to
flplit tifcalntt overwhelming odds as at
iilnnce ilh nil the declarations of
i Hint on Huelow the imperial chart
fflior. who presents Oermany as sur-
tounded by friends.
The Vofwlsehe Zlc tunir anrl the Ber-
Itnrr Tuffrtiliitt nttrlbuto the depression
i.f the emperor whkh Inspired th
bpe ilips to recent d'termlnlng InSti-
encos and "IrrespnnHible advisers" by
which they refer to Dr. von Lucanus
the head of his majesty's civil cabinet
General von ilanke the chief of his
majesty's military cabinet: Admiral
von Senden Iilbran chief of the marine
cabinet the adjutant general and oth-
ers who must systematically misrepre
sent the atu.il internal situation and
rP' elnlly with r (card to the socialists.
The Vorwaerts is of the opinion that
the .mperot's speeches are momentary
RtKtm of metitnl depresfion occasioned
by the Bremen outrun which the em-
iieror 'nntlnviis to attribute to a de.'P
laid plan Instead of" regarding it as
the Irresponsible deed of an'eplleptlc.
Tbl opinion i svstematicaly strenght-
ned by the onservatlve press cllp-
liincs from which persons of the em-
perm's entouiage take eare regularly
to i lace before htm.
Out side of Prussia the disapproval
bv the press ln ludlntc the seml-off-lal
newspapers of the emperor's sen-
sational spe ehes is even greater. The
rumments of the Stuttgart Schwse-
1)1h he Mercur are to the effect tltat the
speeches are calculated to arouse wide-
spread misunderstandings. The seml-
of fl lal newspaper of Augsburg the
Abend Zletung says the speeches fill
cery patriot with deepest regrets and
greatest fears for the f ture and awak
en the fear that the Bremen Incident
has bred imagoe In the emperor's mind
which are tho product of an over o-
clted fancy. The Munich Neuste Nach-
rlchten say It Is Impossible to pro-
mote monarchlal sentiments when Uio
nation Is systematically misunderstood.
Insulted and detiifsed iJrffortf tlie hvorld
by Its own emperor.
In the house of lords Prof' Krlodler
re tor of vhe rharlottenburg Technical
Jllpdi rhooi made u powerful speoch
tnlnst the Prussian minister of Jus-
tice. Dr. hlenstedt charging him
and the Trusslan Bureaucracy with
trying to defeat again Rmperor Wil-
liam s school reform favoring natural
sc Ir rices and modern lags against an-
rlnt lags and training In the present
gvmnaslum The minister weakly de-
nl d the ehnnre
The correspondent of 'the Associated
Press heais on the best authority that.
regarding the Chinese Indemnity and
rj-tolllll Bxeell-rless TEAOINNN
the mode of apportioning It there Is no
di. ei (Twice of opinion between the Uni-
ted States and tlermany notwithstand-
ing numerous statements to the con-
trary. The American embassy and the
German foreign officers hold almost
daily conferences on the eubject of
China hitherto always leading to mu-
Emperor William unveiled today the
monuments to the great olectors Fred-
erick William and to William the
Great. Nothing unusual occurred nt
It is said In offlolal circles that the
negotiations at Pekln ftro now wholly
confined to the details of questions re-
garding the indemnity etc and that
nothing of importance is transpiring
there. Germuny does not know wheth
er the Busso-Chlnese Mum h-im
ment has been signed or not.
Officials here regard tho Corean
-question to b progressing safely and
do not believe Japan will become ag-
gressive in the matter.
The Immigration of Qallclan labor-
ers into Germany this month was the
larg- it on record namely 18000. Dur-
ing the Inst throe months over 80000
fiulMun have immigrated and all to
the farms and ewtates In the eastern
Orov lm es.
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Miss Lola Davis of the Jossey Stock
company while out bicycle riding In
Topeka tho other day took a header
and waa Jarred Into unconclouBnea.
The usual methoda of reauacltatlon
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tear came and she repressed h cry of
angulah as she screamed "Rubber
nock yourself you old fool" and she
was so mad sho couldn't cry.
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Guthrie Okla. March 23 1901.
J. B. Oobson County Clerk.
By K 8. FulIIam Deputy.
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