The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 137, Ed. 1, Wednesday, October 30, 1901 Page: 1 of 8
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VleaWw FareoMt .Fair tonight and Thursday.
he Guthrie Daily
THE ONLY EVENING ASSOCIATED PRESS PAPER IN OKLAHOMA TERRITORY.
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA "WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER CO 1901
THAT UNION DEPOT
WILL BE BUILT
ISSUES ANOTHER CARD
SCHLEY IS EXCUSED
FROM WITNESS STAND
THE GOVERNOR'S UNDOING
of Alleged Dark Deals
By Associated Proas.
St. Louis Mo Oct 30. Th-s Globe-
jiemocrat prints tho following from Its
ipecial Washington correspondent
'ho was tho first 'Washington now-
Daper man to correctly foreshadow
Ihe appointments pf Governor Jonk-
is and Secretary Grimes of Oklaho-
There will be a lively contort when
ongress convenes over Oklahoma ap-
ointments. Already a vigorous flght
gainst the nomination of Governor
hi M. Jenkns Is evident. Mr.
enkln; holds nn ad Jnteilm commlb-
.on having been appointed last May
fter the adjournment of congress
.rhen congress convenes his nomlna-
on must be sent In to the Benatq
' cpnflrraatlon. or the prcsiient can.
' h) deems proper withdraw tho
omUatton and appoint some other
Iian (o the position. This Is what tho
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Ippcnenib ui uwvwtuur vmwuu v.
I.- ..- . ii .. t....i it .... 'issued Is now In tho Guthrie Capitol
I ..... . . - .. . it '
(til ni. mo viiuu uuusu uicy wm men
Lrry their flght to the senate in the
Er..... Il.n tT.. m Ur. lll. ir. rlofoof
IUJV klJItl. ktlVJ U4; UU I4U117 IU UVlbUb
confirmation by that body.
Tho opposition to Governor Jenk-
is' appointment Is based upon
inrges filed nt the department of tho
I iterior which have been under In-
estigation by the government oftt-
9rs for somo time past. Tho origt-
lal charges wore filed nearly a month
-- f i.i.i. t-.i
5U cupietj vi wuivu wuru lurwmura i
Governor Jenkins The- governor
s replied to theso charges and It
said that fils explanation Is "rea-
nablv satisfactory." Within tho
st few days however additional
giarges have been filed. Thoro are
a more serious naturo and appar-
Fitly more specific. It Is assorted
f j.at some tlmo back Governor Jcnk-
hs caugrd the formation of a eyndl-
Kite organized for the pu-poso of
jedlng the Inmates of tho lnsano
b'lum in the territory. An appro-
BOOM AT MARSHALL.
frm Lands Changing Hands at Lively
iThe prettv llttlo town of Marshall
da ! on a boom as well aa tho
wilng vicinity abound Marshall. The
irmerd' State bank at that place
liephone a local abstract office that
r $50000 had boon depo-lted at
at bank for farmers awaiting the
live y of deeds.
Among tho fine farms mid nre
ogo of G C Conrad which told for
'000 Tho Moody Brothers sold tho
uth half of section 15 for ?8000.
orgo State h sold thp southeast"
arter of section 0 IP i. tJr ?3000.
Why is Not the Statement Signed7.
Hltor Dally Leader:
in this morning's issue of the
pltal appears what purports to be
financial statement of tho city of
thrle from June 15 1001 to Sept 15
01 Whether said Btato is o
ere matter of news or whether it is
Unde.1 for the quarterly statement
tho council as provided In section
nf nrtlMA 3 rlmntor 14 of the Stat-
of the Territory of Oklahoma can
t bo told for the reason Uml no rfr-
. . . a ln i ..ui v.
r It under tho head of legal notlcoe.
w if the counrllraen a-t not trying '
gull the people let them .nnko out
el nia' terly report headed as 8ucfy
d sign It ll'io honest men. Tmt lf
y dare not they had better rosjgn
d let some other rascals have tbalr
Wm. Taylor j
Rodol Dyspepsia Cure Is not a mere
bmulant to tirod nature. It affords
a atomuch complete and apsoluto
fet by digesting the food you eat
m don't have to diet but can enjoy
the good food you want Kodol '
fspepsia Cure Instantly relieves that
essed feeling after eating giving
new life and vigor "3. N. Wallace
piiatlon of z00 for each inniato of
the Institution In the torrltoty 1b an-
nually made by the terrltoilal legis-
lature. ThlB mpney is oxjiondod for cloth
ing and food for tho Insane. Tho
company organized roeelvod the con-
tract for foodtng and clothing tho In-
sane wards of tho territory. It was
expected that this compauy would
pay dividends of 500 per cent per
annum and the stock sold readily
nt a good figure. It Is charged that
Coventor Jenkins on a small Invest-
mont sold his stok within a short
time at a net profit of ?5000. It Is
also asserted that the secretary of
state disposed of a similar ho'dlng at
a like profit.
. . ..
company aro on fllo at the depart-
m. ... ... . nn. lf . .
. . . . .. ' .. .
serted that a pinJorlty of the Btook
bank of which Mr. Bllllngsloy Is
. ... ... . . . .
- lB PtJ out that A
"1U lW " 0""-U "- ." .
the company of which ho was a stock-
holder at on exorbitant figure as o
charged that the act was clsarly a
violation of his oath of olflce and
that President Roosovelt Mill not
countenance such an act.
Tho exact cause of tho war upon
Governor Jenkins Is not known at tho
ilniMirfmonf fli. l.rllnf nrnvnlta Mint-
vV..m.v.. ... u...v. !.-...... iUv
the - opposltioa tohlmJs noUbased on.
tireiy upon the reasons tnus far as-
signed. It Is well known that Mr.
JonKins was l'rosiuont aicKiniey's ap-
pointeo In other words It was Presi-
dent McKinloy who solonted Mr.
JonkinB for the position ho now holds.
Bvon Sotrotary Hitchcock wnntod
Joseph McNenl. It is an op-m seor"t
that tho Guthrlu banker -vas tho
choice of Dolegate Flynn and a largo
majority of tho territorial ftopubll-
cans. IMPLEMENT DEALERS.
In Eighth Annual Session In Kansas
By Associated Press.
Kansas City Mo. Oct. 30 Tnreo
hundred dologatos are In attendance
this morning at the; olghtli annual
eonvontlpn of tho Agricultural Imple
meat and Vehicle Doalera' nesocla
Hon. Tho annual addroes ot Presl
dent Jnmos A. Carr ot Indiana and
the report ot W. S. Thomas cf Ohio
chairman of tho executive committee
who will likely bo tho next president
were tho features. Tomorrow tho
delegates will bo addreseod by Col
Stowo late consul to South Africa
BOERS ARE SURPRISED.
tBy Associated Press
Pretoria Oct. 30. Colon 1 Blng
surprised a Boer commando Oct. 2
and captured 22 prisoners ik hiding
Field Comets Spanneberg anl Onls
Do J fuffar trom P"oa?" H0 do
" turn Jo urgory for relief Do-
Wltt S WltcU IIrZo1 Salv wlU aCt
f9 - and safely sav
" th Pm and dager of an
oporatlon. J N. Wallace.
ntho Oratorio aoeletv will nold Its
regular meeting tonight at thr home
0f Luther West on ISa.t Cleielau4
avonue. A business sessloa will be '
hold and the entire merabt ship is
urged to be prussnt. Stewart Briggs
DoWltt's Llltlo Early Risers never
disappoint They are safe prompt.
gentle effective In removing all 1m-
purities from the liver and bowels.
Small ana easy to take. Never gripe
or distress. J. N. Wallace
The .auditor today reajstertd school
bond No. 1 covering district 63 Okla
hom. county Ja the num. of J250
Delay Caused by Change in
Plans fo Make Room
Notwithstanding the assertion re-
printed from the Topekn SUte Jour-
nal In the Leader recently to the ef-
fect that the projected union tfept in
Guthrie hail been laid upon The table
until next year the Leader has Infor-
mation from; a positive nnd reliable
source that the construction of the
new depot will be commenced short-
ly. Tho reported postponement men-
Unaod by tho Topekn paper probably
grew out of tho faot that after tho
first drawing of the plans had beon
submitted It was found that they did
not provide enough room to moot the
demands of the throe roads running
into Guthrlo. and it was deemed nec-
essary to make a change In tho plans
that would provide for a structure ex-
tending the full dlstanco between
Harrison nnd Oklahoma avenue 240
foot and two stories la helgnt
It Is said Uio change In the plans
Is duo to an Intention of making Guth-
rie virtually a division point nnd the
lncrQflepd room is needed to provide.
nffleo rnoma for tho division sjinorln1
tAnrlan mlr lann1iia. o.l lrt f "
v..vt biui wiojiMn.iiut fuu viuvil wa .
flclnls of tho oporatlng department.
Stops the Cough
and Works off the Cold
Laxatlvo Dromo Quinine Tablets euro
i cold ln ono dny. No euro no pay.
Price 25 cents.
SHOULD DANCE AT ROPE'S END.
London Anarchists Who Danced and
Sang For "Czolgoez tho Bttve."
DBy&ifcooiGimi Prose. A'
London Oct 30. The Anarchist
clubs of London celebrated the oloe-
troeutlon pf Czolgosz with dauoea in
honor of hia "noble death."
All tho meetings lustily cheered
iT -.Jon of Czolgosz whose por-
trait - 1 J wii black and red occu-
pied th- place of honor on tho plat-
forms. On dispersal groups of on
archlsts shouted "Vive la ropubllquo"
sang "Cnrmangolo" danced and
ehoutod "Czolgosz tho brave'
"I had long suffered from Indigos-
tlon" wrltos G. A. LoDels Cedar City
Mo. "LIko othors i tiled many prep-
arations but novor found anything
that did me good until I took Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure. One bottle cured
mo. A friend who had sufforod Blml
1'hcto If lull lid SUel.
nei-e is un excellent portrait of
or whom UMierat Kitchener ag speap
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fSBm rsBaVBBwivQnnblk. jBJBMPiEaBMaB
Balm iJcl ' ' '''" " " iF M jHlaPv m&9KM&
HIBkVk 9k9 H &r'?iGafi&r &? w x J. aMar knflaaK SavSaaV
Warns Public Against the
Operations of One J. E.
Guthrie Okla. Oct. 30 101
To the Pnblc:
This offlef is in poNseeslon of in-
formation t4 the effect that one J
BT. Johnny s tfliTAHnj: through Kay
and parhafl other counting of the
territory iatuiag policies which pur-
port to be Issued by the Phoenix In-
surance eoinjianv of New York. On
IhB back of (the n Helen thoy aro en-
dowed "J. Johnsoa apooJnl Agont."
This "man Johnson issued a policy
to J. W. Williams of ICay county
about Uie first day of October 1901.
chnrglne Mj. Williams $17.50 cash
promlum which hil rocelved. The
policy being written for $l00u.00 nnd
for five years. Johnson dated this
policy howaver Soptomber 10 1001
dating It bnok nearly a month. The
names of tho officers of tho company
to this polloy are slgnod by the same
porson showing that this man J. E.
Johnson Is a frapd and that ho signs
tho name O. O. Gardnor lecrotary;
J. w. Ghilthflold prosldsnt to cnld
POliclOS. The mibllc
n enlnnf Hita ninn .T VI .TnlinROn Timl '
Anyone knowing tho whereabouts
of this man Johnson will confer a
favor upon this office by notlfyinK tba
County ftttorndj ot Kay county ntf
once where ho is. so that he miiv be '
nirosted and punished for obtaining
money under falso pretences. The
nowspapora of tho terrlbe.Tr and
tho3e outside which circulate In the
torrltory boUi dally and weekly are
ronntl n trlvi (LIB u-nrnlncr n wlfl
fiproad qieftJotIon 1ft order to protect
HfrXWftim tho territory against
swindler. Very respectfully
J. C. Strang
SUIT AGAIN DECIDED.
11 "- - '
For Fourth Time In Favor of he Buf-
By Associated Pross.l
Emporia Kas. Oct 30 The Jury
In the caee of I. D nnd II W Bur-'
dick vs. the Carbondalo Investment
company lnolvlng the townsite and
mineral springs of Carbondnie Kas
toJaj btought iu n verdict f jr $17000
damages for BurdlrU The ri.se has1
beon ln the courts for eleven years
this being the foiulli vc'!t in favoi
of (he Bin llhs '
the daring Boer general U fruUaebast
many hwc and wwiry rodilths.
five Days of Testimony and Three
of Cross ExaminauOii
By Aaaoefftled Pern. ana W consequence there ia a fail
Washfhton D. O. Oct. 80. Ad-! ure to reeoru unai occurrences that
miral Schley finished lila teUmonv should be recorded.'
before the court of Inquiry at 3:08 Tweodle-Dee and Tweedle Dum.
this afternoon and wnB excused ad- - .. . .
... 7 vu""' "u Leinly aakeil Schley why ho id not
Jourmnent Uion being tnkon unt II to- . 1 !.
. .... . steam more slowly n he passed tho
morrow. Thi was the fi th day o mMh of tarbJ
the ndmlml's testimony and the third od n ft UoUberate mnnnor.
da- of his cross-examination.
Washlnaton D. C Oct. 30. Whon ' Wo"' tmt 8 ft teolinlcnl occur-
oourt opened this morning the lndlcn- T0"0 whch nlBht fmVs bwi r0rtci-
tions were that Admiral Schley would lod " 6mp ono also hnd been n cotn"
continue on tho stand all day. I ;nnndl o""ly the firing would have
. . A 1IM boon more cffoctlvo lf wo hal gono In
The testimony began with tho differ- cIosor )Ut f m haJ
ont phases of tho blockade t Ban !-. Mflw ihm
ago and then turned to tho roconnol- n0 n as
snnco o May 31 when tho Colon narrowor. u wtl8 ft cai0 ot tWPodo.
nombardort. ( dB0 ono hnnd nnd o tW00(UaHum 01l
One ot tho first Important quostlons the othor."
put to Schley by Captain Lemly wns. Coming down to the battle of July
"V'ny did you wnlt two diyB nftor 3 reverting to the loop tho ndvocato
tin discovery ot tho prosonco ot the arked:
ileet In th" harbor beforo undertaking ! "You regard that turn as very Ira-
!?- 1. .nntsnn T 1in1 ..! flmnt
rv" "'" 'U"D'" l """ "" v"UD"i "" "- ' "
tW hiy8 fr coftnB V0fBl8 0f thnt (loct"l "" WnH of that
(eetl 80 na bo IrCltvred ln ra8 t9 W
neiny sll0U(1 qQm Q"U "Do 'au aMlimo th responsibility
8chey 8nd h0 (1I1 not vcn11 nyfor tho turn."
8lS"n not to go In closer said to ; "AbsolutOly. If I did not givo tho
have boen 8lvon durts tbo J0fnunrd-
moni u migni unrgueen una una
with other signals had not been re-
"Mo man" he said "except the
1'" wrreiioimoii wuu u.. ....
1 . .!. - lt
jRner c0"ld lmve PRper r'hd Pencil
a;tllln wlI"e n Uattle s m wogrgw.
INJUNCTION SUIT IS SPRUNG
I The minority of the olty council
I sprang a coup on the majority thlH
.afternoon when Attorney John Davor-
caux and George S'Grean appeared
'before Judge fyirford ln the clstria
j court nnd secured a teraporni-y In-
i Junction restraining the majority of
the city council from letting a con-
Great Ssrvlce Conducted Last Night
at Baptist Chursh.
Last night's was groat service at
the Baptist church in the interest at
earnest presentation of the truth nnd
the Bnlation of soiiIb from the scrip
ture "He thnt bolleveth not Is con -
dc-mned ulready." Mr. Oran showed
clearly and forcibly how that per
onal faith and confidence in th. Son
of Goil Is the sole and swet condl
tlon of jPiu-e with Ood.
At tin- cloao of the sermo.i ther"
n.ts larg ail hearty rcsponue on tho
tm t of the Christians prese it which
i(.l)i( a ttood n-imlier of the unsaved
liy lit! I of anl suncide. to th.-
t t .
Suvlor It was a "Igulflcant
luday mi all ut.y's service .u being
t I i at th hurth a service of pray
i ..rait. and preparation ' . larger
mid Th" pastoia of the ity are
Muting in this service and Urge re
mta ar unhtiipd froro hi' n coiue-
u(.a ia lt planned for If you
iild Ik ai the plain pur ) gospel.
'I.i only v.a of salvation u should
h ir Mi ("is le in these if tval serv-
i s He -.peak twice .tally after-
ikioj an.. iciilng 3 and 7 V) o'.lock. ood fm jihre. suxesiv. shows. 8ev-
... ei il of ii e pat He i wj old today to
ELK8 TO VISIT WINFIELD.
Local Ledae to Help institute Lodge
at That Place.
Local Elks are prepaxin; to vmit
i ifli-ld on the evening of November
. on wlilc Li date its dtolrid deputy
r r Kanaaa will institute a I lge at
tt it place. Rika from Wi ma T
I'Ka Kansas City and oth r point
v.iil be present. The affair promises
to be memorable About 25 mem -
ber of the local ledge will go
M.... Vl.tr rr.t in Tl.mrLB ("Vr-h
1 "n . . - .- - -- .
!" Ped a comf' stable night Hlstially. for Mr Craealand am he has
Injuries are not thougni 10 oe aan-
po tant do you not'"
Qrtt.lmx 1 ltt1r II- .mm f I. ...
orl8r l npprorod It" repllod tho ad-
At 2.80 p. m Judge Advocate- Lemly
announced that he had no further
nupstloua to aak Schley. INyner nko
stated he had no moro quanUons to
put. but Dewey a
inouncod that tho
. court mnll(M ya E
tract for the construction of the pro-
posed city hall
It wna also fcorlousiy sua&ested to
have the court take atlon on the sus-
purndon of Aldermau Itoiler on alleged
bilbery charges but It vim finally
concluded to allow Mayor Ball to
handle this phase of the controversy
DISTRICT COURT NOTES.
McG.rriey AppoinUd Deputy)
The following casea hsvo lie
in the dlatrict court today
Helen Hyde ngnfnst M. A. Ship
man. defendant involving lots No. t
'd 2 block No. 87. Guthrie Proper
' A C HmwUm against Alice Cas
sidy involving lots No 0 10 11 and
12. block No. 40. Bast GutijrK
Thu Thacher Medicine cotnpany of
Chattanooga. Tenn. against John
Goode and his son W II. Ooode to
snuro judgment for medicine pur-
ha"I to the amount of $35.00. Cot
ttral and Horner ar the at-.trunyg
Divorce case of Laura Crump
agalnitt WlllUtn Crump
Dlstrlot Clerk Neal today appoint
c 1 W D MrGlnley a uoa of Major
N I) Mifllnley as deputy clerk In
the district court of th First judicial
STOLE THE FAKE8.
B ookf Opera House Bex Of floe
Robbed of Free Passes
J.uMt nlKUt tblevts entered tho box
offl. e of the Brooks theater and
t'oli v ral bun' Ihm of free pastes.
iitii' ni people The tbievs are
Udmk'Iii to m boys The police are
wo kini on the matter At Wallace's
eu '1 of the stolen tickets were
Ukn up Manager Brooka wan busy
tCMlny countersigning a new batch of
' Secured a Patent
'' B r.o.land or nd. ch Is in
receipt of a UslUr fio Washtngtou
' ttntia' that ue had heu granted a
patent on his Invention of a wtloiiaI
This will prove a big thing flnan
aireaay receive .-.ai iibih-iiuk i
fers for the right;
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