The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 59, Ed. 1, Friday, January 31, 1902 Page: 1 of 8
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THE ONLY EVENING A880CIATED PRESS PAPER IN OKLAHOMA TERRITORY.
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA FRIDAY. JANUARY 81. 1002.
OF THREE SUSPECTS
WILL TAKE WARNING
May Prove to be
Dy Aasociatod Press.
Pittsburg Pa. Jan. 31. A dispatch
from Cooperstown Venango county
says the officers are In pursuit ot two
men and a woman believed to be the
Biddies and Mrs. Soffel. The fugitives
stole a sleigh at Cooperstown and
drove in the direction of Saxonbttrg
Pittrburg "dice Are Baffled.
Pittsburg Pa. Jan. 31. Not a traco
ot John and Edward 15 Id die the os-
?aped murderers or of Mrs. Kato Sof-
SCARCE IN BLAINE
Governor's Tender of Two
Good Offices Taken
Governor Fngtibon this morning
htated to a Lender reporter that he
had loudorod the position of private
secretary to C. A. McBrian Of Wnton-
g.i but that Mr. McBrian had not yet
made up his mind to accept the placo.
He is probate Judge of Blaine county
and feels that ho will be tho losor
financially in giving up that position
for the private secretaryship. Gover-
nor Forguson has. tho hlghost confi-
dence in Judge McBrian ana recently
appointed him to fill a vacancy In tho
university board of regonts.
Tho governor also confirmed the ro-
port that he had offerod the territorial
trcosurorshlp to John II. Dillon an-
other resldont of Blaine county. Like-
wise Mr. Dillon has Hot signified his
acceptance of tho honor. The gover-
nor stated that Mr. Dillon bqd nuulo
no application for the placo but his
appointment had been urged by mon
who know his worth ana qualifica-
tion?. "Mr. Rambo the present occupant
of the treasurer's office is an excel-
lent official of the highest charnctor
and ability" remarked the governor
"and I mean no reflection on him in
nocking to compliment an honored
neighbor and friend."
Blackwell Commercial Club Files
Artloles of Incorporation.
Territorial charters were tjanUtl
today by Seiretaiy Q rimes to the fol-
The Blackwell Common lal club
capital stock $100 The dlmtois are-
George It. Willet William Foster W.
S. McQiffert. J. L. Wait J W Wy
mer W. It Monroe J. It. Tate. F M.
Fulkerson. Frank Foils G. 12. Dwia
and W. C. Tetirlck all of Blackwell.
Oklahoma Hardware company cap
ital stock $100000 with the principal
place of business at Oklahoma City.
The directors are: Henry C. Arm-
strong Henry F. Kuebel and E. L.
The Blackwell Building and Loan
association of Blackwell capital troV.
$60000. The directors are: George
It. Willet. J W. Morse. O. K Davis
Wlllard Foster and V II. W. McDow-
ell all of Blackwell.
IN STORM'S GRASP.
Louisville Shut Off Prom Communi-
eaaion With the South.
By Associated Pretis
Louisville K. Jan. 3: !.oui.-wil.
i4 still out off from telegraphic com-
r.innlcatioii wliti the south. EffecU of
the storui a:- otill in evidence the
streets being n'most blockaded in
dome poitioTo of th.- it li th half
frosen s -- of aleet
and Mrs. Soffe!
fcl the warden's wife who it ts al-
leged accompanied them ha been
Circulars giving a description of the
escaped murderers and Mrs. Soffel
have been sent to every town of any
size In the United Slates. The police
believe that none of the three Is
more than five miles from the court.
house nnd that they will remain In
seclusion until the excitement over
their oscape subsides.
To Locate Route Through
Guthrie and for Ter
The "Katy" corps of engineers ar-
rived In the city this morning from
Chicago and today thoy have boon
making surveys for a favorable routo
through the city and for terminal
grounds. Chief Engineer Frank C.
Faust Is at tho head of tho corps
which consists of E. A. Howlund S.
S. Smith J. Fuller P. Wllky J. C.
Dnvls A. Grovor W. J. McDanlol
Chas. S. Wadsworth I. E. Amsden and
SCHLEY LEAVES LOUISVILLE.
Admiral and Wife Wearied From Ex-
ertions of Receptions.
By Associated Press.
Louisville Ky Jan. 31. Schley's
last day In Louisville was spent in
quiet. Both the admiral and his wife
were wearied by yestorday's exer-
tions and felt the need of rest. This
afternoon tho party left in a private
car for Nashville. There was a large
crowd at the depot to see them off.
SPECIAL RATES FOR NORDICA.
Special Trains and Reduced Prices
For the Proposed Entertain-
ment. Owing to the fact that people from
outside towns are desirous of coming
to Guthrie in the event mat Madame
Nordlca. is brought here an effort Is
elng mica for special rates from
Kingfisher Oklahoma City and Still
water and possibly other points. If
rates can be secured this feature will
have much to do with Nordira's com
From every standpoint this attrac-
tion is undoubtedly one of the finest
that Guthrie people have ever had an
opportunity to secure.
Madame Nordlca is now in Cali-
fornia and has a date in Wichita
March 4. On March 5. she appears
In Topeka and should a contract ho '
closed with her manager ror Guthrie
she would come direct from Topeka
on ThundaH March 6.
Tlie musically incltued people of
Guthrie are extremely anxious for
Nordic a to come here The matter'
will be definitely etttea y the first
cf net week but not until Guthrlo
people have had every opportunity ot
ay I us whether they want Nordlca or
It was learned toda that the prlees
for this attraction will be put as low
aB possible in order to git every one
an opportunity of hi .r-ng Nordlca.
The prices will be in line with those
t( her appearance in other p!a h
It's folly to Buffer from that hor-
rible plague of the night itching
piles Doaa's Ointment cures quick
ly and permanently At any drug
store 50 cents
Civil Governor Taft Tells How 4f
fairs Are Conducted
By Associated Press.
Washington D. C Jan. 31. An in
vestigation into conditlors In the
Philippine archipelago apropos ot ef-
forts to secure legislation for those
islands was begun by the senate com-
mittee on Uie Philippines today. W.
H. Taft civil governor of tho archi-
pelago was the first wltneu oalled.
Senator Lodge chairman of the com-
mittee explained that tho committee
doslred not only tho fullest 1 forma-
tion concerning tho Islnnds but any
advice that Governor Taft might of-
for concornlng the questions at Issuo.
Ho said that in all tho Filipino or
Christian provinces thero is a form
of civil government. There nro thirty-
four of these provlncos. The Moros
DIRT IS MOVING.
Real Estate Dealers Report Many
Luther West closed the following
real estate sales today:
LoU 1 2 8 and 1 block 19 Capi-
tal Hill the Itev. J. B. Mitchell to Mr.
Benmer $1800. This sarao placo wob
sold yesterday to the Itev. Mitchell
by J. E. Ball for $1080. Mr. Ball
bought tho property a short tlmo ago
Lot 18 block 54 East Guthrie
Wolf & Sons of Oklahoma. City to
Moffltt and Deltrlok purchaso price
Lots 7 and 8 block C4 East Guth-
rie Dick T. Morgan to Koslngor nnd
Lot 8 block 67 Bast Guthrie Mr.
Baton to Will Itojahl $1076.
LoU) 13 and 14 block 38 Bast
Guthrie Josoph Somyor Indiana to
W. S. Stllos $1300.
Traotlonal lots 1 to i inoliiBive
block 1 Guthrlo Proper Josoph Sam-
yer to Williams and Williams. $426.
Lot 24 block 7 Guthrie Propor
Will Eager to J. O. Severns $600.
Lot 22 block 4G Hast Guthrie J
W. MoNeal to Scott Cooper $1 300.
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are all friendly except a few who
had nover been otherwise than hon
tile to the Spaniards. Even these
wore rw b:ing brought over by the
prospect of trade of which thoy are
Pro vine i-il governments aave been
set up by common consent of the gov-
ernor secretary superintendent
treasurer and fiscal or prosecuting at-
torney. In ail rases Where selection
could be made without aroni!if&ijBfll'
ousy natives had boon choieu. All
these appointments are temporary
and next month their successors will
be ejected. When factions were too
strong Americans wore placed at the
head of onch provincial government.
In nil cases the tronsurer and super-
intendent wen Americans.
Lot 11 block 40 Guthrie Proper
Mr. Benjamin to J. B. Hen dies $0000.
Forty acres west of city property
of Mr. Bland of Missouri tc rudgo
LoU 1 2 and 3 block 40 Capital
Hill J. B. Bnll to J. II. Mitchell $1-
000. LoU 23 and 24 block 67 Bast Guth-
rie Mr. Thompson to h. C. Blake
HALF A MILLION L08S.
Destructive Conflagration Visits Nor.
folk Va. This Morning.
Jly Asrociated Press
Norfolk Va. Jap. 81. A heap ot
snfoking ruins is all that remains of
tho Atlantic hotol the massive Co
lumbia office building adjoining the
Albemarle flats and a block of stores
In the center of the city.
The conflagration ono of tho gr'at-
est In tho history of Norfolk broke
out shortly before 2 o'clock this morn-
ing and when Anally subdued over
half a million dolla.-s worth of prop-
ity had b ri) dstro'd
A t iousin I gallons or whisker
.t.r 1 in a tmildiu r i.'rxHfl with ter
rift' fmii mi o tl front wall
' i.j.'.' Now Tr.
;j!CiUHE OF MRS.' ROOSEVELT"
' i.i jreM nt miatreks of the White Vout.
a h in New oiV. limiiK iier I'h.-istinas
m lc- fur niiM-t if she Ib not an Aiiiii'k-uu matron
President Issues an Order Against
Lobbying for More Salary
By Associated Press.
Washington D. C Jan. St Presi
dent Roosevelt has issued tho follow
ing executive order:
"All officers and employes of the
United Stated of every description
serving In or under any or tne execu-
tive departments and whether bo
serving in or out of Washington .re
hereby forbidden either directly or
Indirectly Individually or through as-
sociations to solicit aU increase of
pay or to Influence or attempt to In-
Huonce 'n their own Intercuts any
legislation whatever eiuier beire
congress or Its committees or in uny
way save through tho heads of tho de-
partments in or under which they
STEAMER PROBABLY LOST.
Gales 'In English Channel Occasion a
Number of Shipping Casualties.
By Associated Prew.
London Jan. 81. There are con
tinued gales in the channel occasion
ing a number of shipping casualties.
The most serious thus far is the ap
parent loss oi Uu KUmuer Sj.iite
with a crew of 20 men long overdue
and all hope of their safety given up.
Desultory Flghtlno Still Being Main
talned In South Africa
By Associated Pre.
London Jan. 31. Kitchener from
Pretoria reports the camp of Colonel
El Dumoulln attacked by NIewhoudt's
command nnd after severe fighting the
Boors were repulsed. He also re-
port that General French captured
twenyIx men belonging to Kouche's
DOUBLE HANGING IN OREGON.
"You May Think I am Happy But I
By Aasociatod Pross.
Portland Ore. Jn. 31. Jo8. Wado
and B. H Oahon were hanged in the
county jail ynid this morning for the
I murder of James II. Morrow Novem-
1 1) r hint Both reUined their nerve.
iiit before the rope was put around
u .ul - in'ck he said:
Noii i i i : i think I am happy but I
'II i ot
Beat Out of an Increase ef His Pen-
sion. M lcRii wur veteran and piotnl-
hi 'ditor writes- "Seeing the au
itl "nunt of Chamberlain's Colic
i nli ra and Diarrhoea Remedy I am
' ii ni'liii that as a soldier in Mexico
i ':? ami '48 I contracted Mexican
hui)ioi-a and this remedy has kept
no 1 mm getting an Increase in my pen
m for on every renewal a dose of it
i Eton's me." It is unequalled as a
in k dire for diarrhoea and Is pleas
utjt tnd -info to taki For sate by C
It nfio druggist
Failed to Exert His Hypnotic power
on Chicago Judge.
By Associated Pms.l
Chicago III. Jan. 31. Judge Tuley
( i ordered a receivership for the
lou htci Industries and Monday will
enter a decree apm:at;ng BItner
VibMu n to the posltloo of receiver
i ii- - bo-id of 1700.000 The court
h '.I that Dowle had unduly Influenced
jsnuel Stevenf-on brotner in law of
I'luwii' to turn ove rto him practically
' w rrthing be bad.
What win dob i eig.. . I i' i
Bill. What:: lull dom ' tinpiUH
JHeiil Wh.i ' . ! doin ilelp-
'in Mutliii What'b Moth'i iluin'T
TakniK Km r Mouiii-i' T- Seu
Ask your druggist
serve under ponalt) of digfnUHil trona
the government's scnlri.
' (Signed) Theodore Roosevelt.
'Whh Housf Ian .11 "
Mineral Lease Inquiry.
Washmaton D. C Jan. St -When
ths senate n-.et today it adopted a
resolution offered a few days ago by
Mr. llawllns Utah providing for a
general Inquiry by the committee on
Indian affairs Into tho matter of leas-
ing mineral lands by Indians Into tho
author of tho Intorlor dopartmont
'o approve such lensos and into the
subject or .connection of government
officials with the mnklng of Bucb
GRAND JURY RESUMES
More Indictments Likely in
By Associated Press.
St. Louis Mo Jan. 81. When tho
grand jury resumed Its Investigation
of the Suburban bribery scandal to-
day T. G. Kimball of tho Suburban
railway was the first witness called
In an enddavnr to find proof ot tho
payment of the $1315000 placed In safe
deposit boxes. Tho grand Jury will
remain in session until u lute hour
Saturday night. Kven then Its work
will not ho completed and a heavy
burden of Investigation will full on
tho next set of grand Jurors Impanel
el A subpoena has been Issued for
Chauncey Ives Fllley formerly chair
man of the Itepublictin State tommlt
ICE BOUND STEAMER.
One Hundred Passengers Imprisoned
8'nce Wednesday Nfght.
By Aasociatod Press.
Chicago HI. Jan 31 The sti-tunei
AtluutH with nearly a hundred piiip
aboard Mere Jtlll fast In the ! to
day The passenge.-s whose Imp.;-'
on merit began Wednesday night an
pasMiibly comfortable but eager for a
wlud that will break up ihe Id- Th
Iowa another passenger iteanui vi
ceeded In breaking loom- at 9 o'( ln-k
tlii- inoriilnsr anil left foi the noiili
('has II lloyle who will appedi in
tin title i uie of the lefreshlng fan'
jioiiii-nv "The Star Boarder" wlili b
I will hi given here on Friday nlht at
I the Brooks' presents a type of har
acter which is not at all unusual aii't
whli b provokes so much nierrimint In
everyday lire that ltd KislblIitl(ti as
ja ittagc caiieature may ! wll under
j Mi Itol" in aiiriou id. d by av
i omedlaiih and a bevy ot charming
'the merit of th- production We have
vouni? imliib who add not a little to
i hud iian eever attractions in our
it y bur it can be safelj tat'd that
not lil in; an equal the funny nitua
Hon-- .ind i lever satire preen(e I In
The m ir iiiiaraer."
On u( count of moving the fieight
li pot the cashier will be found at the
pjHMiigcr depot and the bill cletk at
K.ii i fleid office.
A. 4 Corkim Agent
CO A OK. N. Q. NOTICE
i.u. A." First Regiment Ok N (5
i hereb) ordered to ir-'inMe at th
Aimory on Mop'liy n --h f'ir drill
By order ot
G E Ounnica
( j I'orud g. Co. A.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 59, Ed. 1, Friday, January 31, 1902, newspaper, January 31, 1902; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc75833/m1/1/: accessed December 12, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.