The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 71, Ed. 1, Friday, February 14, 1902 Page: 1 of 8
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V ealher Foreoaat Tonight nnd Saturday generally fair warmer Saturday
THE ONLY EVENING ASSOCIATED PRESS PAPER IN OKLAHOMA TERRITORY.
GTJTHRIB OKLAHOMA FRIDAY FEBRUARY 14. 190L.
THE KATY ENJOINED
OF EASTERN STAR.
ROUSES THE HOUSE
m IT 7
W-iohington D C Feb. 1." During
I Imi.i upwn i hi- Appropriation olll
.i.icr iKs ) i rented a ser-'a ion by
! .ch .i uo'iming the attitude of
1 'i Admiiiiati.itiou and the .state dc-
.i tment 'n oiiu -tlon wha. he t nned
h i"i'enl i posuro of the attitude of
i eat nitiip towa.-d tli" Tilted
Wlueler ixioiated what h termed
i he modern disposition toward "Eu
fopeau flunkeji-m." Until 189G. he
said all Americans had gloried in the
splendid isolation of the Republic nnd
.ts determination to hold aloof from
foreign entangling alliances Loss
ban flvo yohrs ngo he derlared the
President egged on by a pitiable Hunk
in the state department" hnd strot-
tiej bis arms across the seas In adul-
ation to the people of Great Itritlnu.
and today the government was hug
ginp to its bosom a nation that since
rlir buttle of Yorktown baa sstcmntl-
atl. and persistently plotted our
Sneers At American Flunkeys.
If' snoen d at "shoulder strapped
'! 1 '.ued flunki ys who were to be diB
utiUed atros i he Atlantic to bend
' n k.n e and Vis the hand of the Kng
-h king whose goernraent he de-
iai-ed had attempted to form a coall
i'.n of Europciu governments to thw-
a us while w e were Becking to strike
the ahaekle from Cuba. Hone-it
s'raightforword American diplomacy
U declared hnd given way to Europ
H said he respected the present oc-
lpant of the AVhlte House. He was
h Bald too stralghtforword for many
jf his party colleague slightly quix-
otic perhaps and hasty tempered but
honest nnd bravo enough he thought
o boot out tnnt man in the state de-
partment who had brought us to this
Turning to England's war In South
Vfru a he denounced her tyranny and
the part wo had In it in allowing war
material to be shipped from our shores
If half that was said of "this man
iiuncefoto" was true lie declared ho
ought to bo shipped across the wator
ana tho soonor tho hottor."
Whacks Prince Henry.
Referring to t-e report that a mem-
ber of the President's family was to
m cTnri DDCcncnc
Territorial Association Dis-
cuss Topics of Benefit
(o the Industry
rii Oklahoma Improved Stock
Bredert Association met In annual
eBgion this morning at the Commer-
. ial Club rooms with President C. S.
Williams presiding. Papers were
had by Messrs Field. Burtis and
NorUiup Addresses were mane on
How to handle hpgj for p oflt." W
!' (Jreshnm. Oklahoma Citj "Exper-
mii with hog cholera" O. I- Jewitt
of C'oyle. and ' What method of ex
tiiliiUon will lueeduio receive .the
iuont benefit tiuin" J U. Tliobuin. of
The following oininlttee was ap
pointed to arrange a btoek convention
n xt year at 'Oklahoma Cit Messrs
i .S Williams A J Hint horn G.
Maker O I. Jewitt F C Durtls
vA K Greeham and B. Huuhluson
V committee wa appoint d to se-
are reduced lailroad rates for stock
in. it au fol'owh Messrs Q ! B ik r
i II Thoburn and H. A H iitnoni
ii was 'I. -I Ided to hold a summer
meeting The .convention adjourned
Horticultural Society Adjourns.
The Horticultural Soolwy closed its
eoad session this afternoon.
attend the coronation Wheeler said
It was perhaps unbecoming to allude
to it. Nevertheless he paid he con
sidered it most unfortunate and un-
precedented and to be lamented by
every liberty loving American." H
was but one more link in the chain.
Wheeler then turned to the prospec-
tive visit of Prince Henry. With a
gesture of contempt he declared that
"European manlac3 were 'falling over
each other u. see the 'little Dutchman.'
There are thousands of Americans
following the plow" he said "who
wero as honest and ns noblo as he.
"Why" he asked "should American
people glvo hcoa to this flunkoylsm of
tho prosont administration? Vo
should treat our visitors politely but
why fall down and worship them?"
House Aroused by Philippic.
The whole House was aroused by
Wheeler's philippic. Several times
i he " Democratla side burs. into ap
plaue. As he was concluding Gros-
venor (Ohio) asked if Wheeler had
been living at tho time of tho visit of
LaFayette as representative of the
King of Franca whether he would have
opposed the reception accorded the
Frenchman by Waflhlugton?
' I should have been proud to receive
th Marquis de LaFayotte" replied
Wheeler. "He helped to fight for our
liberties. (Democratic applause.)
Gillott (Mass.) callod attontlon to the
fnct that Prosldont Buchanan n Dem-
ocrat had received the Prince of
"That was a different thing" retort-
ed Wheeler amid Republican jeors.
"He camo in an official capacity as
heir to the British throno."
This statement Grosvenor denied
declaring the prince camo Incognito
and was received and ontortalned at
tho White Houso by a Democratic
President. "If tho gontlmen Is cor-
rect" announced Whojjler "tlhen I
condomn tho action of President Du
Mr. Boutolle (Ills.- vigorously do-
fended tho head of tho stnta depart-
ment. No mnn In recent years had re-
flected such creoit upon our diplomatic
affairs as he.
Papers and addresses were given
iOday by tho following.
"Spraying1 by Ftult Growers." Prof.
O. M. Morris. "Th- Fruit Growers
chances In Oklahoma" Frank House-
holder. "The most promising now
vnrlatles of Grapes In Oklahoma 0.
A. MoNabb. "Oklahoma Agriculture
and Horticulture at the coming World's
Fair." F. II. Greer. "The boa:d of Ag-
riculture" J. B. Thoburn.
The annual election of officers re
suited as follows: J. A. Taylor
Wynnowood president; OapL A. P.
Watson Shawnee vie president; J.
B. Thoburn Oklahoma secretary and
It was decided to appoint one person
from each county In the territory to
assist In collecting an exhibit for the
World's Fair at St. Louis.
Th convention closed this afternoon.
It said that the Fort Smith nnd
Western will enter the city through
the Havighorst place -triklng the San-
ta Fe right of way at a point near the
Model Holler mills. This would seem
to dispel any furthtr doubt as to the
intention of the two roads to unite in
building a union depot.
The housewife's delight is to have
fine light biscuit and cake. By using
Dr. Price's Cream Baking
he is sore of this result
Guthrie has the most courteous re
alty men of any city in the southwest.
Not only are they reliable but they
kindly answer all letters asking for
information and verbal inquiries.
Judge Buifpid in chambers last night
granted an Injunction temporarily r-
straining the Katy railroad company
from performing further grade work
on block 92 In Bast Guthrie. .ne
writ is made returnable tomorrow
when the Katy must show cause why
the injunction should not be made per-
manent. The temporary writ was issued on
the petition of the Choctaw company
which was required to give an Indem-
nifying bond In the sum of $5000. Dale
9- Blerer and J W. McLoud represent
JURY IS SECURED
FOR ELLIS' HEARING
Determination of Mental
Condition Will Con-
sume Two Days
A large crowd was In attendance to-
day at tho examination into the mental
condition of ex Policeman Frank Bills
which Is belug conducted before a
Jury In the district court. The hear-
ing has been In progress all day and
will continue through a large portion
of tomorrow as the territory will have
probably fifteen witnesses who will
testify that Kills is sane. The list In
eludes Doctors Vandervocrt Chas.
Smith Melvin Blesh and Sextou the
lattor of Goodnight tho town where
Ellis was captured..
Thero will be a number of physicians
who will testify us to Ellis' insanity.
These aro Doctors Duke Ilucks Petty
The first witness to take the stand
was J. Casslll foster father of Bills
who has known him since infancy.
Ho tostlfled that Hills was hurt in the
head and of late years his loss of mem-
ory was noticeable.
Charles Ulnckraan who guarded El-
lis during the laUers illness said that
Hills claimed to have seen Christ face
to face and had told him (Bills) to
warn the people that he was coming
to destroy the world. On other occa-
sions Bills would assume to be a great
polltiolnn declaring that he had been
directly responsible for McKlnley's
Mrs. Jennie Bills wife of the de
fendant said that her husband had
changed within the last year. That
from a cheerful happy disposition he
had become moody and silent and suf-
fered from; Insomnia.
IT. Soever a carpenter and builder I
of Kenton l'enn. when suffering In :
tensely from an attack of bilious '
colic sent to a near by arug store for
something o relieve htm. The arug
gist sent him a bottle of Chamber
Iain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy three doses of which effect-
ed a permanent cure. This is the
only remedy that can be depended
upon in the most severe cases of
colic and cholera morbus. Most drug
gists know this and recommend it
when such a medicine is called 'for.
For sale by C. It. Renfro. druggist.
Large Delegat on Pawnee Ladies.
The following delegation came In
this morning fiom Pawm to a t. ti'l
Powder tne grand chapter of the Easter Star-
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Hill. Mr and Mrs
.1 B Davis Mesdames G W Held O
M Lancaster. Frank Hudson. W L
Martin William Brenington a. 8. i
Storm J. F. Mahaffey C T. Seeverrs
J. S. Badger. Bu Strange J. W. Mor-
on. Tate and Miss Mabel Mahaffay.
to Block 92
i The petition alleges that the Katji
has neither bought the property
block 92 nor commenced condemna-
tion proceeding; and to that extent is
a trespasser upon the property of the
Choctaw alleging that the latter com
pany had already bought the land in
question a.id received deeds thereto.
At the request of the Choctaw com
iany Governor Ferguson today ap-
pointed a board of appraisers to fix
the amount of damages to school land
that will be required by the railroad
for right of way and terminal pur-
poses. The board consists of C. 11.
Fllstm. Jos Norrls and John Engels
More Township offloers Named
Governor Ferguson today appointed
the following additional township of-
ficers for Caddo county :
W. A. Humphrey Clerk Fc:n Town
Fred Stuinbo Treasurer Fern Town
Tlios. HaJey Constable Bridgeport
Thoa. Gill Constable. Bridgeport
S. B. Gorhain Road Overseer
H. J. Benson Trustte Bridgeport
J. S. Poppiuo Tressurer Bridge-
The Governor granted cltisenshlp
pardons to the following Oklahoma
convicts at Lansing whose terms or
sentence would expire next month:
James O'Hora Grant County. Bur-
glary second degree.
James Golden Grant County Bur-
Paul Phillips Kingfisher County
Hverott Miller Lincoln County
Claud Kelle - Garfield County Graud
Walter L. Houchin Payne County
The Last Heard of It.
'"Mj little boy took the oroup one
night nnd soon grew so bad you conld
hear htm breathe all over the house"
says F. D. Reynolds Mansfield. O.
"We feared he would die but a few
doses of One Minute Cough Cure
nulekly relieved him and he went to
sleep. That's the last we heard of the
croup. Now Isn't a cough cure like
that valuabler One Minute Cough
Cure is absolutely safe and acts im-
mediately. For coughs cold croup
grip bronchitis and all other throat
and lung troubles It Is a certain cure.
Vor pleasant to take The little
ones like It.
J. N. Wallace.
The following charters were grant!
by Secretary Grimes tnriav Tn the
Wartburg Evan(1u.ai Lutheran chucn
of Enid. The trustees are
Hihlerbranut (J M'-saal! ami
The First Baptist hurU at Black
well with the following trustees H.
F" Hhouse A G West I'rban Tracy
J A. Houbouse I)r V A Wood all of
L T. Samnioua of Shawm- vsa.s iota
missioned a notary public
Millions Put te Werk.
No man can cure consumption. You ' The "derful activity of the new-
can prevent it though. Dr Wood's tentur' ' hown by an enormous de-
Norway Pint- Syrup . ure coughs munl for lne "ld'. be.t workern
cold. bronchitis soic throa' NVver Dr KlQK'B N'tw '-1'1-- I'"11- ' rJ
(alls ttipation Sick Headache Biliousness
or any trouble of Stomach Liver or
Kidneys they're unrivaled only 25c
Valuable information about the r al at A K nmv- dun store
estate situation and ground floor bar
gains ofr Investors can be obtained of
Bowden & Doughty io W. Oklahoma
Another Page Added to the History
of OKlahoma's Forward March
Several months ago the Grand Chap
inter Order of Eastern Star for Indian
Territory on motion released Okia
noma from the Grand Chapter. Today
representatives of te order for Okia
boma are assembled at tho Masonic
temple In this city for the purpose of
organising a grand chapter for Okl.i
About one hundtd delegate ai.
present from over the territory
The first session convened at .
o'clock this morning with four of th-
officers of the general grand chapter
of tfie United States present as fot
Mri. Laura II. Hart of San Antonio.
Texas Most Worthy Grand Matron of
the General Grand Chapter of th
Mrs. Madeline U Ponkllng or Okia
homa City Illght Worthy Associate
Mrs. M. Allison Miller of F' 'icm
William F. Kuhn of Kansas (Ml
Mo. Itight Wortliv Associate Grand
TliB'moTning session was tnkon up
with the organisation nnd election of
officers for the Grand Chapter of Ok
lahoraa. The officers elected are:
Mrs. W. U Uagleton of Pawnee
Worthy Grand Matron.
Mrs. Lewis of Tecumseh Associate
Worthy Grand Matron.
Tlios. Blase of Oklahoma City
Mrs. McQuerry. of Shawnee Asso
elate Grand Patron.
Mrs. Teague Ray of Outhrle Grand
GRANTED A CHARTER
Denver Kansas and Atlan-
tic Will Build and Op-
erate 1426 Miles
Secretary 0. lines granted a terrltor
ial charter today to the Denver lCan
sas and Atlantic railroad comany to
build and oiierate M8 miles of sUnd-
aud guge railroad with termlnll at
Denver Colo. and Anthony Harper
county Km. The road Is to run in a
southeasterly direction to Marshall
Logan county Okia. to a point near
Oklahoma City through the Seinlno'p
Cntekasaw and Choctaw nation to
Paris Texas. A line will be run from
Paris to Colgate I T South McAle
ter Fort Smith. Texarkana and Ni v.
'Oileans; also a llm commenting at
Miu.Hliall Okia and i tinning southeast
t Guthrie Shawnee and Tecumseh
The road will pass through the follow
leg countW in Oklahoma. Woodn
Grant OaittH.I Kingfisher (.ogan
Canadian Oklahoma Cleveland and
PoUaowatmli- Th mpHal stock will
be $15000 ooii 'lb. i ii. orporators an
S M Malloi iiailtou Iowa. J ii
Cameron Chicago J. 8. Corle Oklit
homa City; Louis W Vnv Home Halt
Lake City Albert K Yerex Chiiagii
J M McCorrack. Oklahonna 'lt I
L Lindley. Medicine IXMige Kan II
K Bickford. Alvt J M Hlcki I Spun;
vale Kitti . and 8. i). Cook of (Jlnragu
V. is said that J
W McNeal 'i vt
his candidacy for
congress within two weeks.
Mrs. Mir i Leo
nf I. in.'
Cnndu. i . -
Mi. Mi. ii ...i.ier. of Kl Ii' ..
foei.it. ii mil 'ol iucti(.-i.
At the . 'dm ..f this aft. iiiDiiu
sion a n . I'ption Mill be held t th.
pie and at r. . . lock Uie d 1. k.ih will
be tendeied i banquet at whi. h Gov
ernor and Mr Ferguson will be hon
or guesU. Tonight the work will bo
exemplified by the Outhrio Chapter and
the floor work will be put on by tho
A class of rwonty im-mbus wilt bo
put through tonight which will closo
the first meeting of the Giand Chap
ter of the order of Eastern Star Tor
Oklahoma. Following arc th mcra-
lieis of (lie i lass
John W Si tituorn
Mrs J W Seothorn
Miss Nellm Seothorn.
Dr A L Blesh
Mrs. A L. Illesh.
Tims W Jenkins.
Mrs. T w Jenkins
Daniel S Mitchell.
Mrs I. S Mitchell.
William S Wells
Mrs. W. S. Wells.
Mrs. Nellls Matts
Mrs. Ciios. Pond
Mrs. Harvey Allen.
A. G. Dennis.
Mrs. A. O. Dennis.
REALTY BOOM HAS
Man Who Knows Whereof
"I went to tell you that actiwty In
Guthrie realesUte has not i.ninr
said a ciUsen who Is !nter stid in ona
of the biggest enterprise In th. Ter
ritory this morning. "The lim i which
has been on flm past three w..is Is
strictly local in its charact i ami with
in two weeltH the speculate i r i will
be at a high pitch. While- boom aro
to bet deplored lather tha.i imourag
ed we may rt assured that tin fu
ture of tli if i( is assured ou may
not know it hut six of the biggest deals
iver consummati d in the T mtui are
in procesa of closing. They involve
Guthrie reall) and with two .xcep-
tlons are the woik of lion retd.lirits. i
would advise all who havi t. ought
property for speculative pinpu-i to
hold it for two or three wi . k i .-ast
if they wish to make mom 1 In fun
lias not Hturti'.l vet. I k mw h. teof
For Stomach Troubles.
"I have taken a great many differ-
. nt medicines for stonach trovihh- and
ons'ipatlou ' nays Mrs. S Geig.-r of
Hurkerton Iowa "but never had as
ood results from any as from Cham-
berlain's Stomach sad Liver Tablets."
For sale by C It. Renfrc. dniKUt.
Tti i man who .an not pa 1 1 1 -. I.st-
li"' plunK' s leniurst Into debt
Favo ittj Neirly Everywht'c
Constipation m'ans lul i. - .e
pression headache t;--. i-.ll or-
dered health DeWlft n) j.trjy
Risers stimulate thu Hit nj u ke
bowels and relieve this und'.niia.
Safe speedy and thorough Toey
never gripe. Favorite pllle.
J. N. Wallaco.
Mrs. Walker of
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 71, Ed. 1, Friday, February 14, 1902, newspaper, February 14, 1902; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc75845/m1/1/: accessed September 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.