The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 55, Ed. 1, Monday, January 27, 1902 Page: 1 of 8
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Weather Forecast Tonight and Tuesday fair and coll.
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THE ONLY EVENING ASSOCIATED PRES8 PAPER IN OKLAHOMA TERRITORY.
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA MOM DAY JANUARY 27 1002.
DR. FELIX WINKLER
RESIGNS HIS POSITION
Capital City Pluck Wins
Another Trunk Line
Piesideit Finney Writes That the
Offer is Satisfactory and With
the Completion of the Terms
Work on the Survey and Ter-
minal Plans Will Begin WitM
C M Barnes president of tho
Guthrlo club this morning recoivod
a letter from P. N. Finney president
of the M. K. & T accepting ou be-
half of the stockholdsrs the proposi-
tion made by Guthrie several week
ago and that engineers and men would
be sent to survey a line from Stevons
I. T. to Guthrie and to make planB
and map" of right of way and termin-
als just as Boon as the oonus was
raised or guaranteed
The proposition submitted to the
Katy officials upon their recent visit
to Guthrie Included $25000 In cash
right of way to the Logan county line
and terminal rights.
The bonus to the Fort Smith and
Western should be raised as soon as
possible tills week in fact so that
tho way may bo cleared to tackle tho
Chief Kngiueor Bond with an out-
fit of twenty man Btartoa out ths
morning to make a survey of tho
HONORS ON SCHLEY
The Hero's Yisit a Constant
Round of Gaiety and
By Associated Press.
Chicago III. Jan. 27. Admiral
Schley after a quiet Sunday and a
good night's sleep rose today much
refreshed and expressed himself
ready to meet the requirements of
th day's programme.
At 8 p. m. the most severe physical
ordeal of the visit began It was a
public reception at which the admlrul
was expected to stand for two hours
shaking the hands of tho- who uieh
to meet him
i'he first item on the scuedule to
day was a ii.it to the W 8 Schley
Bchool At 1 1 a m he was presented
with a resolition of esteem and ap-
probation !n a (ommittee from twen
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U U U X.
route ot the Foit Smltlt and Western
from Guthrie to Welleton. Horao
Speed who has charge of raising th"
$50000 bonus for the road today iinl
Hint iYta kitlkatftt1nMnna utar) rinul it
in at a satisfactory rate but tha
more solicitors were needed to i
pedlte matters In order that the sub
ucriptlon lists mav be closed thH
Mr Speed also has assmaiue fioxn
the Fort Smith and Western officials
that the road will be running trains
into Guthrie within four months from
the time the bonus is raised.
J W. Mcioud gene.al solicitor for
the Choctaw has returned to Little
Itock. Before his departure he gave
out that work would commence at
once starting from Guthrie which
means that this point will be head
quarters for the contractors and their
crews and of immediate benefit to
Guthrie merchants who will furnlsn
the necessary supplies.
ty two representative societies or
At noon he took luncheon at the
Hamilton club and met the uieiubeis
of the Maryland society of Chicago at
a reception in the Palmer house
At six p. m. the admiral will be the
guest of the Illinois Naval militia
dinner at the Auditorium.
NEW TRIAL DENIED.
Topeka Kas. Jan 27 Judge Has
ea la the district court today refused
a writ of coram nobis for John Col-
lins. The writ was asked for the pur
pose of securing a new tiial of the
'Collins' murder case The question I
a.4r Avar Mi nxrilf will lw. nnnaal '
ed to the supreme couit
Collins is setving a lid n ence
fur killing his father a prominent real
Case of Montgomery Alleged S iyti
Postponed Urtil Pebiuc
j Wiaflcld Kas. Jan 27 The bear
ing if Coffield charged with the mm
I dc r of Geo C Montgomery the San a
1 Fe detective today was continued un
! til Feb 5
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GtNBRAL METGALF'S CASE.
Still Hangs Fire Before ths Senate
Br Associated Press.
Washington D. C Jan. 27. Sena-
tor McOomber a member of the com-
mittee Investigating the charge
against General Metcalf reported to
hte senate committee on ponalons this
morning that tho Investigation had
not boon completed and tho sub-corn
mltteo would not be ready to Bubmtt
any recommendations In tho enso bo-
fore the last of this week.
From McCombers statement It ap-
pears the friends of Motcalf aro still
undecided as to the course they shall
Tb general safi today he would
notify the committee tomorrow as to
whether or not he desired other wit
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GOMMBRCl'AL CLUB ORGAN.
I2ED AT MADILL.
Mftdiii. I T. Jan. 87 A commer-
cial club was organised here Friday
night with an enrollment of about
fifty members. Officers elected are:
K. C. Tatum president; B. T. Over-
and. vice president; W. S. Hmbrey
secretary J. W. Greer treasurer.
Different committees were appoint
ed to do their respective parts and
report at next meeting.
Some Real Estate Purchases.
B. Penny bought tho Brink proper-
ty Saturday In block No. 4G East Ok-
lahoma avenue Purchase prlco $1-
800. Mr. Penny will move to this
place and make It hU home.
Mrs. W. H. Rhoides tpa bought tho
Joe Norrls property In block No. 46
Hast Oklahoma avenue; consideration
$3400 Mr. Norrls has just couiplot-
cd a two story frame house ou this
IN HIS AUTOMOBILE.
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Ml Slint.j p. il.ihly
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ualiUUtf jmatul bbteui.
Sells His Sanitarium Stock and
Quits the Superintendency
Governor Ferguson this morning
received a letter from J. R Cottlng
ham. secretary of tho Oklahoma San
itarltim company conveying the infor
matlon that Dr Felix A Winkler the
superintendent whose management of
the institution had been criticised by
the investigating committee had die
posed of his stock and resigned from
his position. Also that Dr. Ortfflth.
the medical officer In the sanitarium
has been placed In temporary charge
as superintendent which position he
would continue to fill until n succes-
sor is found. Mr. Cottlugham In his
letter assures tho governor that ovary
effort will be made by the sanitarium
manrtgeraont to carry out the recom-
mendations made by the Investigating
committee and that four regularly
licensed physicians would alternate
indally inspections ot the Institution
New York Rapid Transit
Tunnel the Scene of
By Associated Press.
New York Jan. 27 A quantity of
dynamite stored in a temporary . uc
hue at 40th street and Park amue
and used by the contractor on the
tapid transit tunnel explodes today.
Two persons were killed nvl at.
' -nst sovent fl-n- others wen injur-
On- nf .hon killed wn I Kodiilik
Hobeits of Nelson B. C wbo was in
aii room in the Murray Kill hotel
nhen the explosion occurred.
The other p reon kilted was a worfc
111 vn la the tunnel
The shoe ot Uic oxplo-ioii n- h It
1 all tre luirfe bullduiKh li the
1 ( Ighborhood All thi window s on
he south sld" of the Grand ('ential
v ation were broken ns were those
i the Grand Union hot
hotel Ma'ihat.an Kv
' Mm lay Hill
und r.ar boa-
pltal and the hospital foi ru.pt uiod
.nrt crippled children all of which
ate mar the place when the elyna
raito aa stored
Every private home In the .. iu
oorhood felt the shock. Lamp posts
were knocked down pedestrian h cut
by falling glass cabmen and tab
aorses thrown to the ground.
The Murray Hill hotel suffered
i.nost of all the neighboring buildings.
Through the window huge pieces or
1 timber known us "nodllng" beams
.ei-e sent in as if they were arrows.
1 All of the workmen within several
blocks of 40lh street were hurt. One
man. Hamilton Jones was blown
icarly 850 feet unit was badly cut and
1 Only few of the injured were badly
hurt. They were cut by flying glaas
md were able to go to their homes.
Roberts a guest of the Murray llill
uotei was in his room when kilted.
V quantity of Iron came through the
window and struck hint as he eat in
THAT RAILROAD MERGER.
Stat of Minnesota Still Fighting
the Supreme Court.
By Associated Press.
Washington O. C Ian 27 In ihe
ji.I -TV cot rt te)dn Mtoiney Gen
I Do 'girse 1 M 1 n it 1 V' m wi t
motion fc- 1 t ' "! 1 bill or
1 .plaint on . tii'h 1 i""
n .a the Northern Securities torn
mi 11 the mittr of the merger
th N'otnein Par'tit ruilroad wltn
othe . i.llroaii1 rgtimiat epon the
notion w'll hi h acd lnt' r In the. day
lo nee that every condition w a being
Considerable uiiot.ltv xists sh to
whether Governor FtrKuwri will an
nul the contract with the Sanitarium
company for the c.uo of the initnn
but the Impression Ig that the con
tract will not be disturbed If an oarn
mi effort is maflo to conduot the in
fltltution on the linos laid clown In tho
mve igntlng committee's roport.
1 The governor said this morning
that the institution at tho present
jtlme Is carlfJg for a numbor of por-
sonB not authorized by tho Btntutes
such as lmbocllos ate but this nr-
rangement would bo pormittod to
stand until sorao other plan for tholr
caro wl'l be evolvml. Ultimately it
Is expected that oach county will
have lo Uko care of Its quota of this
class of patients.
But Snowballs and Skates
Are Still Denied Fair
By Associated Press.l
Ch.'cago III Jan 27 -Chicago is
Rtruggiing under a blttnic btlszard of
a colli w;ti- that urrhod lust night
'he offrthuo of a big Idiiaid (hat
haK bee n i.iiL'ing In the northwest In
the laxt twi ity four hoinr. tho tnn
.pnatuie Iihs fallen 16 drt n i i tourh
li)K ( iKhl be low lit night
' Thf wen hi r bureau tfi ts ibat
liilitf.ill "ill se Ml tin I mneratnre
'bai V to ti n b"iow
ll tin nnithwet It Miitiiiug troni
tin itnii' v told i itlmi wblrii
mi.it' .ill tin uppc i 'il i 1 1 t ion nmt
Un Mit- ppl alli- nj'ion wUh
71 ro ti nipt i.itures ent nd'ni' tei tin
cxtiome -o'ltliern portion i' liii-io
and MlKMiuii and KnnsaH
1 in the further northwist ulatee thi
lange Is from 10 lo 24 elniftfa bolow
ro Traffii ban been siinly im
pedciel whcie thes blirnid oc(un-ri
and posBengcr trains on marh all
toads animl here 8.ml hours l.tr
Fourtsen Below at Atchison.
Atchison Kas. Ja:i 27 Ivat iUsht
the thermometer was 14 eh irree br
Cold at Lawrence.
Lawrence Kas. Jan -7 Thi
mornliiK fioin 11 to 16 below sero.
Abilene Peels the Cold.
Abilene Kas Jan 27 - Fifteen d
gross below zero UU morning the
coldest since IBM.
RANSOM IS PAID
FOR MISS STONE
Release of Captive Mission-
ary and Companion Ex
By Associated i'res
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 55, Ed. 1, Monday, January 27, 1902, newspaper, January 27, 1902; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc75829/m1/1/: accessed October 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.