The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 35, Ed. 1, Friday, January 3, 1902 Page: 1 of 8
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Waathar Farae-.Toilgh't and Saturday fair
THE ONLY EVENING ASSOCIATED PRE88. PAPER IN OKLAHOMA TERRITORY.
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA FRIDAY JANUARY 8. 1902.
N MBER 35
Sound Steamer Walla Walla Raii
Goes to Bottom With Half Hundred
Passengers Near Trinidad on
California CoastFrench Boat
f By Associated Press.
yjEUreka Cal Jnn. 3 The steamer
.Walla Walla bound from San Francls-
io to Victoria B. C was wrecked
J: Thursday morning by a French four-
m . . . r.
mastod bark. The WnllaVValla had
165 passengers aboardoncLnfly are re-
Tho colllsionoccurred twenty miles
south of Mendocino buoy. The French
bark struck the Walla Walla In the
bow. At the time of the collision the
second officer was on tho bridge. No
donnlto information can be learned as
to the cause of the accident as all on
board woro sleeping.
Geo. Relse of San Francisco a pas-
senger gave the following account:
"It was 4:11) when the Fronch ves-
sel hit the Walla Walla In tho bow.
All were asleep. Tho weather was
clear the sea was rolling high. AH
woro dumbfounded. The passengers
all rushed out of their staterooms and
tho deck was crowded. Captain Holl
went down Into- the steerage and found
a family of seven fastened In tc room.
Two girls of 12 and 14 yeans wore fas-
tened between timbers. Tho girls
were released and tho family assisted
out of their berths. All prepaied to
leave tho vessel. Tho captain said
sho would sink. Life boats and raftsbookod for Sonttle
wore lowered; tho llfo preservcis w'ere
put on and passengers lowered to tho
boats Tho vessel did not sink until
4 45 giving tho crow and passengers
3C minutes to leave her. Sixty-throo
woro lowered tho life saving boats
then being filled Tho excitement
grew Intense among the remaining
passengers; women Bcroamed and
men and boys hurriedly Jumped off
tho steamer. Several did not leave
until she started to sink. The offi-
cers woro coot-aiid collected doing'
everything possible to save the pass-
engers. No one knows the cause of
tho collision but the second officer
and he Is missing. As noon as the
Fronch vessel penetrated thq steam-
er's how. It was but a short time till
she withdrew leaving tho passengers
at tho mercy of tho high sea. and
lending no asslgtanco whatever.."
Eureka Cal. Jan 3. The Pacific
Coast Steamship company's steamer
Walla Walla Captain Holl which left
thl3 city Jan. 1 bound for Pugent
Sound porta met with a disaster yes-
terday morning In a collision with an
unknown Iron sailing vessel and
Nows of the disaster was brought
to Trinidad about thirty miles north
of thisp lnce by a boat from tho unfor-
tunate steamer which when It left tho
scene of the disaster contained 13 per
sons but when Itarriycd at Trinidad
contained but seven persons.
Later a steamer dUpateh arrived
with CO of the passengers and crew on
boa.-d Including Captain Holl.
The crash occurred early lnthe
morning while most of the passengers
were asleep. Boats and llfo rafts
were launched Immediately and un-
der tho direction of the captain and
his crow most of tho passengors were
placed safely on rafto and in boats
but it is believed the loss of life will
Tugs have been sent from hero to
tho scene ot the wreck.
The Walla Walla carried 130 first
class passengors 28 second class and
a crew of Blxty mon. The steamer
Walla Walla was one of the best
known vessels on tho coast.
She was owned by tho Pacific Coast
"Steamship company and has been ply-
Ing betweon Puget Sound and San
Francisco for yours. She was an Iron
screw steamer with net tonnago of
Tho following passengors were
J. L. Field J. A. Gray H H. Sell
Mrs. Tlmnfons A. J. Botzschner and
wife. Mrs. Mnydenbauer J. Robert
flchqut A. Mnydenbauer. ChaB. Neff.
C. F. Swan A. J. Miller and wife F.
Jlaight. Miss (1. Cadlen Miss It F
Poters D. Storn and wlfo F L Smlt'i
W. P Sanderson. M. C. Marob C
Swrflson D. Larnon It Erriccson
vrifr nnd throe children; J. Brown D '
Jones F. MeCrlnyitlns Jas. Cannon
F. Damar C. Cleason. G. F
I). Boynen L. M. Paporno. 0 Helge-
son W. R. McWlHIams R. McCroo
N. H. Smith U D. nubo. G. Nicholson.
A. Hanson! G. Larson H. Weaver
John Gilbert F. W. Stream wife and
mother; B. G. Allen and wife.
Mrs. Captain L. Johnson E. F
Adams L. Hansqlmun Mrs. Hastings
W. Buhler. It Nevins.
J H. Brown and wjfo Mrs. R. S.
BdBnr. W. B. Mooro.
C. R. West A. MacfHan.
Wtfjttte fii hopes that berore wo dle
we will get a taste of tho cakes the
womon are always talking: about that
melt In youf mouth."
Unless Guthrie Raises the Bonus
Choctaw Must Be Shown.
To got tho Choctaw road will take
somo work and quite a llttlo money.
Shall It bo both and got tho road or
will tho peoplo lay down and lose tho
golden opportunity of making Guthrie
tho city of all cities not only In Ok-
lahoma but tho entire Southwest.
Some of tho committees aro doing
faithful woik towards raising the
necessary bonus but thoy need help.
Every citizen of Guthrie should assist
not only with their subscriptions but
by reasoning with their neighbors)
that overy one give the limit. No que.
Is asked to give more than what Is
just and right. Tho Gutlnlc club Is
open day and night and subscriptions
enri be made thero Just as well as any
other pluce. Don't wait for tho com-
mlttec to call but beat them to It'by
going to the club rooms and ruibscrlb-
In?. At the club rooms is kept an ajpbat
botlcul list of all subscribers and tho
amounts. Come up and see what Is
Chfld Worth Millions.
"My child 1a worth millions to mo"
eays Mrs. Mary Bird of Harrlsburg
ra. "yet I would have lost her by
croup had 1 not purchased a bottle of
One Minute Cough Cure" One Min-
ute Cought Cura is sure curej for
coughs croup and throat and lung
troubles. An absolutely safe cough
cure which acts immediately. Tho
youngest child can take It with entire
Bafety. Tho little ones like tho tnsto
and reniombcr how often it helped
them. Every family should have a
bottle of One Minute Cough Curo
handy. At this season especially It
may be needed suddenly
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t)tO J 6IUUM El iWfc
ST. LOUIS SOCIETY LEADER AS FAIR MANAGER.
l'rhaps Die most vroiiiluvjit i lUe ladies nclectcd for the woineu'a board
of munagtfrH for the LoiiImIhiui 1'ur. hasp ospoidlloi Is Mrs. James L. Blair
who has tieen chosen member nt large. Mrs. Illulr IS Hie wlfo of James Law-
fence Biulr ucrtentl counsefof the LoulalcDa Purchase JJxpoiltlon company
POTENT RABAT'S FOOT
Seems io Have Been Again
Wielded Willi Success
j The board of regents for tho Normal
Schools of Oklahoma ia In BCBslon to
day at Edmond. Tho mooting will bo
patched with Interest for Uuj impres-
sion has become general over thn nr.
rltory because of the out-spoken views
pt Governor Ferguson and cortaln
(members of tho board that a vacancy
(would be created In tho presidency of
(tho Northwestern Normal school at
Lviva. Within tho past two or throe
Mays howevor this sanguine -feeling
Hins 'como one of decided unccrtnin-
ty and It appears that oven tho gov
cruor has had a doubt fostered In his
mind a to tho wisdom of making a
chango In the head of tho Institution.
at this particular time and Individual
members of tho board who a week ago
were free in declaring that Amont
would bo ousted at tho present meet-
ing of tho board now Becm to think
that he should bo allowed to continue
In his present place until tho end of
tho school year. Under this Btatp of
Reeling It Is not likely that Amont and
his friends will insist In their de-
mands for nn investigation of the Nor-
mal school nnd Its- president; In any
events the demand Is likely to be re-
fused as Boveral of tho regents have
declared themselves as averse to
holding an Investigation no matter
what action tho board may take today
with reference to President AmenL
Heads Should Never Ache.
Never endure this trouble. Use at
once tho remedy that stopped it for
Mrs. N. A. Webster of Winnie Va
Bho writes: "Dr. King's New Llfo
PIlfB wholly cured me 'of sick head-
aches I had suffered from for two
years." Cure Headache Constipation
Biliousness 25c nt A E Gray's drug
Watchful Officers Prevent Possible
at Federal Jail
Hut for the presence of mind and
quir-knesa lot Deputy Marshal Fossott
and JallorVdcCracken the federal Jail
migiii nnve luruisneu me scent or n
tragedy of revenge this morning thus
furnishing a lltornl fulfillment of tho
Mosaic law "a llfo for a llfo."
The occasion was' furnished by tho
visit to tho jail of Dr. Beonblossom
who camo up from Oklahoma City this
morn'lng for tho purpose of Identify-
lugL.evI Reed a prisoner ns tho pos-
sible murdorer ot Dr. Beenblossom's
fifteen-year-old son who waB shot
down by n trio ot highwaymen noar
Rush Springs last fall.
After admission to tho Jail Dr.
Uecnblossom was asked to bo seated
by tho stove In tho corridor whllo one
MUST PAY EXPENSES
Attorney General. Straog
Submits Two Opinions
Attorney General Strang today fur-
nished an opinion regarding a certain
character of cxponses incurred ly the
president of tho Normal schools which
hertoforo liavo been allowed by tho
board of regento. It has been the cus-
tom In the past to allow each ot tho
Normal school presidents flOO a year
for traveling expenses expenses of
lecture trips and expenses whllo at-
tending meetings of the board of re-
gents. Tho opinion of tho attorney goncral
Is In substaneo that ullowuncos under
any three ot the heads specified are
At tho roquost of Secretary Houston
of tho school land department tho
attorney gonoral also submitted nn
opinion concerning tho stntus of tho
Indomulty lands jolocUJI In lino of tho
school lands aituated in the 180000
acres of grvazine land Hot apart for
tho Kiowa ami Conmncho Indluus.
Under advice of attorneys a number
of filings have been made on those
paittcular li' nml'y fouls under tho
couUnllon that tltlo to the 180 000
waa not vested In tho Indians bv tho
act of congress. Attorney General
SUnjg on the contrary holds (hut tho
government confirmed tho titlo ot 1'ie
Indians tho pasturo as absolutely as
it did the tltlo to Iudlun allotments.
EX GOVERNOR JENKINS
Drove Into Wire Fence and Thrown
cjk'ahomai r Ex-Goernor W. M.
Jenkins Is in thp city today stopping
at the Lee Ho is suffering from a
s vcre hcudachM. the offectd of being
thrown out of tho buggy tho other day
while hi- was out in tho western part
of the territory Ho und jil Bon woro
d.iving nt night along tho road und
their Uun ran into a wlro that was
fttrctthed across tho rpad closing It
up The homos caing to a suddon
standstill amf Governor Jenkins Vnd
his son pitchod out or tho buggy for-
ward Tho governor plunged head-
foremost over the wheal and struck
tfic ground with hie head. The son
fell hoadflnst dowu bfttweon tho
doubletrees of tho rig. II wan un-
lju t. Mr. Jenkins ia on bin wy to
New Yprk Jw. 3. Mrs. Anna Math
M'lBrripnt widow of Henry TJ. PiP-
repontnnu granuuaugnuT oi juun j
the flMt chiof Justlcr- of the United
li Status i dead ut her homo In Brook-
lyn aged S3;
of tho guard want to Rewl cejl to
bring forth the piisoner Read was.
not iufortnBd of the purpose ot the
visit but understood that ho wne being
taken to the bath room and when his
Hiize fall on the man sitting near tho
stovo tho prisonar gavo a quick start
his faco blanchod and his lips turned
blue. The effect on tho visitor was
electrical too for ho Jumped to his
feet with "You !" on his lips
made a grab for his rovotver. Tho
watchful Fossett and McCrackcn wore
on IiItj In an Instant howovcr over-
powering tho man and forced him Into
tho Jail office. When the fit of rago
had pasBcd away Dr. Bccnblossom be-
Icamo bo weak that ho hud to 10uvr-
slstod to tho street by tho offlcorar-
HAVE EQUAL SHOW
Pastor Thinks the Right to
Propose Marriage Should
(By Associated Press
St. Louis Mo. Jan. 3. Dr. Charles
L. Kioss pastor of tho First Concro-
gationul church at Webster Grove
caused a sensation by suggesting in
an Interview that women Bhotild pro-
poso marriage. Tiicro aro nearly 30f
membeis ot tho congregation und last
year there were only about a dozen
marriages among tho members.
"Tho Idea seems to havo always
boon that women arc dependent upon
tho men" Dr. Kloss "bays.
"There Is no reason" continued Dr.
KIobb "why this opinion should not
bo removod. Let thorn bocomo men's
economic equals and thou thoy can
do tlio nrojidsinc themselves instead
of waiting for tho men to come along
and ask them to become their wives.
Right now women do not usually let
men tic.poso to thorn until thoy aro
ready and there is no reason why
tioy should not havo nnd exorciso JUo"
same rlgnt of proposing as men "
NeWj Century Comfort.
Millions aro dally finding a' world ot
conifort In Bucklon'8 Arnica Salvo Jt
kills pain from Burns Scalds Cuts
Bruises; conquers Ulcers and Fovrr
Soroe; Cures Eruptions Salt Rheum
BolU and Felons; removes Corns and
WnrU. Best Pilo euro on earth Only
25c at A. E. Gray's drug store
CARE OF INSANE.
The accounts of the Sanitarium
Company for the care of the lusaiie
fmthe quarter end'ng Doc. 31 were
awPfovwl by the governor and a wir
rantwat Issued by tho auditor for
$ir023 74 in settlement today The
number of inmates is 301 as against
3S3 at tho cioae of the preceding qqar
tor. During the quarter Just ended
there were- 6J inmate discharged 27
deaths and 3 escapes
During the same period ro nw pati-
ents were admitted
Beat Ou of a$ Increase of His Pen-
sion. A MxiU war vetwan and promi-
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vertlBQuient of Chftmberlaln'a Coljc
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy um
ronilndsd tluU 8s a eoldier in Mexico
wn M7 and '48. I contracted Mexican
dlatrhcw. and thin ratnedy ha kept
m from ffHting an incroaee ta my wn-
llqn foV on eT renewal a dose of 1k
rftdtors mo." It is unequalled ag
quick cures for diarrhoea and Vl
aui H&te to ta..
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 35, Ed. 1, Friday, January 3, 1902, newspaper, January 3, 1902; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc75809/m1/1/: accessed April 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.