The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 123, Ed. 1, Saturday, April 26, 1902 Page: 1 of 8
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The Guthrie Daily
THE ONLY EVENING ASSOCIATED PRE38 PAPER IN OKLAHOMA TERRITORY.
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA SATURDAY APRIL ifl. 1P02.
JOPLIN MO. DEVASTATED
BY A TORNADO
THE STORM KING REVELS
NEW CHANCELLOR FOR
IN RIOT AND DESTRUCTION
By Associated Prcss.l 7
Kansas City Mo.fyVprJI 26. Threo
pevsons aro deadand fifteen ar&t In
jured some of themifatoily aL Joplln
TlctluiB of a tornadtf tlml Rtfctirurat
oity late yestorday evening.
Twenty rosidencos In Joplln wore
wrocked and sovoral oUiers at tho
suburbs or Moonshine Hill and Villa
Heights were demolished. A con-
aorratlvo estlmato today places tho
aggregate leas In buildings wreekod
and mines Hooded at 1100000
Mayor Trigg today called a meeting
of tho cltlezns to dpviso plans for re-
lief of the homeless. All telograph
wires out or Joplln were wrecked and
tho above informnton wa3 secured
over a slow workng telephone wire
List of Casualties.
Kansas City Mo. April 26. A spec-
ial from Joplln says
A revised list of tho casualties re-
sulting from yesterday's tornado Is as
Dead Esther Hunter 2 years old.
RUSHING THE WORK
Grading All Along the Line
-Fort Smith & West-
oik on tho Choctaw railroad Is
being rapidly pushed and It looks now
as If Guthrie will liavo the Choctaw
road as soon as It Is possible to com
Last week tho steam shovel and a
j force of fifty workmen were busy day
j and night on the temporary grade.
Thursday the cut through Harrison
avenue was finished and a tomporary
bridge has been constructed so that
Uio street was only closed one day.
Tho steam shovel has beon moved
back below Springer avenue and they
are coming north on tho right of way
for tho second tlmo and are now work-
ing ou tho permanent grade.
Mr. Pond's new laundry building on
Oklahoma avenue across tho Santa Fe
track Is being rapidly pushed to a
finlati fttirl tVtft )utffllnfv will Tin rwv.
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liivieu nuu icuuy lur uvuujjaucy uy me
drat of the week. TIio work of mov
ing the Guthrie Steam Laundry will
je commenced Monday and tho pres
et building will bo torn4 down as
oon as It is vacated.
The Castanlatt brick cottage at the
orner of Vilas avenue and tho Choo-
Raw right of way has beon removed
And the grade Is being made at that
Mr McMurray the chlof contractor
.-or the Choctaw road returned yes-
erday from Haloyvlllo I. T. where
o wont to arranss for tho work at
hat place Fifty tehs and alarge
brco of laborers havo already arrlvod
t Haleyvlllo and grading will be com-
enccd at that end of tho wo Monday
ornlng . "
The work on tho Fort Smith and
postern railroad continues with an
neatness tnat means business. Tho
ous camps which are located on tho
forvey of the road ace kept at work
a tremendous expense and tho Fort
Imlth and Western is an assured fact
An official of tho road said yeator-
hy that already there had beon spent
aut 1300.000 on tho Fort Smith and
l rf.0 a. v
Down and Many
ftl. I. Jones Martha Cope (rolorod).
frightened to doath
Tho whole Smith family consisting
tfaevgn persons were Injured from Uio
houso falllnc on them. An unknown
woman rft Byorsvlllo was fataly injur
ed Anna and Bidwoll Hunter were
Injured; G. W. Markham badly Injur-
ed; Bud Cole bruised and cut; FB.
Kelly badly bruised; Charles Click
injured; Mrs. Mattle S. Walker badly
While driving In the storm Mre.
Mollle Sullivan was badly cut on (iio
hoad. Her four children were also
injured. One baby was blown two
hundred feet away but was uninjured.
Mrs. Richard Hex back injured. MIbs
Rax Injured Internally also two Rex
children Injured. Mr. Moody visiting
tho Rex family was cut and bruised.
Mrs. Anna Hunter badly bruised on
tlfj shoulder and head. Mrs. Hick
badly Injured and oyo Bight destroyed.
MIbs Nora Wlnburno seriously injur-
ed. ORATORICAL CONTEST.
University of Oklahoma Awards Hon-
ors to Competing Students.
Special to Dally Leader.
Norman Okla. April 2C. Tho sev-
enth annual oratorical contest of tho
University of Oklahoma was held last
night in this city. The Judges wore:
Prof. Brownlee tho Rovt Parks and
Supt. Baxter. Tho Ponder modal was
won by Miss Minnie Gould with Miss
Edith Bennett second. The other con-
testants wore: Roy Moore Maxwoll
Bogle and It. C. Arnngton. Tho pre
sentation was made by Prof. L. W.
Baxter territorial superintendent.
The programme which was givon bo-
fore a largo audlonco was as follows:
Flee as a Bird Ilonsolt
Miss Blancho Morgan.
Pratton "Beauty Worship."
Winifred Edith Bennett.
When I Was a Child of Threo. . .Morso
Miss Lena Stubblofiold.
Oration "Pain of Evolution."
Maxwell Clyde Boglo.
"A Chapter In the History of Liberty."
MInnio Roso Gould.
Momonto Caprlccloso Weber
MIbs Berenice Rico.
Oration ........ "William McKlnloy."
Roscoe Conklln Arrtngton.
Vocal Duet Selected
.Misses .JJtubblofleld and Bucklln
CHAMP CLARK RENOMINATED.
Kansas City Live 8tock.
Kansas City Mo. April 26. A snoe-
It.1 from Mexico Mo. says:
Congressman Ch.amp Clark of Bowl-
ing Croon waa to'day renominated by
tho Democratic convention of the
Nlnth djstrjjjt without opposition.
We havo always set the low price In
tho vehicle business In Guthrie for
thirteen years we havo furnished the
cltlzena"bt GuthrJo with reliable makes
of implements and vehicles wo have
no Inferior goods to aelj either at high
or low prices but tho best goods for
tho lowest prices to be found in pk'
Iahoraa. E. L. Hlrschl HI and 113
Speolal music has been prepared
fqr tbqservlcGB at the Baptist church
tomorrow both morning and -evening
and especially for tho afternoon sarv
WANTED A middle-aged woman for
general housework Inquire of P.
Newman next door to poetofftoe.
f Injured-ypqhn Kugor Villa Holghft
Jfatallyirs. Thpmaa Smith of Now-WgVMd-:.'
thblichi t6 bo fatnllv huft
Show Much Damage
By Assoolated Press.
Kansas City Mo. April 26. Moro
or lass damage resulted throughout
Western Missouri from last night's
wind storm. At Nevada a largo
smokestack oft tho stato insane asy-
lum No. 3 crashed through the roof
of tho main building doing sovoral
hundred dollars worth of damage. No
ono was hurt.
In Nevada and vicinity a numbor
of barns wore demolished and hun-
dreds of orcliards and forest trees up-
rooted. At Lexington. Uio Baptist church
was unroofed tho huge smokestack at
tho water works pumphouso was
blown down and trees and fences laid
In tho vicinity of Warrensburg
great harm vwas done to orchards and
shado trees and numerous outbulll-
lngs wero blown over.
Near Contorviow tho rosldonco on
tho RoblnBon farm was demolished
but the occupants escaped Injury. '
High Winds at St. Louis.
St. Louis Mo. April 26. A wind
storm that gained in volocity of forty
miles or moro an hour raged in St.
Louis and vicinity most of last night
and this morning. Trees wero uproot-
ed and brokon bill boards and fences
wero blown down and chimneys wero
wrecked. In somo parts of tho city
sheds and barns woro demolished.
Topeka Kas. April 26. Tho wind
In Kansas nftor a ton-iflc blow yester-
day has sottlod down to a more moder-
ate pace today. It is sUll blustory
but tho nlr Is not filled with dust. All
over tho oaatorn part of tho state the
sky Is clear and bright but tho tern-
poraturo Is a Httlo aool. Tho recent
moisture dried with yesterday's high
wind and tho stato is still In nood of
Storm at 8loux City.
Sioux City la. April" 26r-Today's
roports show tho storm damago In
Sioux City to bo ovor $25000. Nearly
every rosldonco and business houso
suffered somo damage from torn roofs i
or brokon glass.
Cherryvale Kas. April 26. Tho
highest wind of tho season prevallod
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In this vicinity yesterday and continu-
OiVpntll about midnight Many small
buildings woro blown down and
thoro 1s nUJBh WiUblfth: 8oaUcrfl about
the street. ThoHhoraoftotrr''dr6
pod from 'eighty-ofur to forty.four de-
grees In t olvo hours.
High Winds on ihe La'les.
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fifty mile gala Js sweeping ojcY the
lower lako roclnn tndnv. Tlin wnnllinr
bureau predicts still .greater vqloelj.
Thus far no damage to' shipping ha'
bft?n reported. All wires are prostrat
TfO WORKMEN? lii.-
Perish In a Well Near
By Associated PrcsB.
Lawton Okla. April 26. W. L
Doraoy and A. G. Peck woro suffocatod
by natural gas yesterday In a woll
being ounk twelve miles north of
Iawton by the Rook Island Railroad
After blowing all the red dust from
Southorn Oklahoma through this city
to tho northward Old BoroaB suddon-
ly changod his mind last cvonlnp
also tho courso of the dust and hurl-
od tho ontlio lot of pulverized real
ostate back south. The duet came so
thick for a few mlnutos that It was
Imposslltlo to soo half a block and
timid resldonts dove Into bat caves
and frald holes In search of safoty and
aurceaso of dust. No damago was
Tho runinant of tho Hotol Capitol
building was moved yostorday from
Its femur alto and Ik bolng takon to
a Jocatlon throo nocks south and two
woet on Porklns avonuo. Tho now
otato Capital plant will bo ready on
tho corner by tho first of July
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Dr. Frank Strong of Oregon Suc
ceeds Prof. Snow
BARNES GETS BACK
GOOD AND PLENTY
Governor Insists He Told
Only the Truth at 0k
- Iahoraa City
Ever since ex-Governor C M.
Barnoa ripped tho epidermis off tho
grafters add knoqkers 'of his party at
tho Oklahoma City Republican lovo
feast April 22 ho has had tho pack
nt his hools in full cry. Tho Stato
Capital while not denying any of tho
statements made by tioornor Bnrnos
roasts him In a column of editorial for
having Uio courage and disposition to
tell tho tiulh Inforontally convoying
tho Improsslon that candor and truth-
fulness aio fatal to Republicanism.
Governor Barnes replies In this morn-
ing's Capital as follows:
Guthrie. O. T.. Anrll 2fi. 1'i02.
F. H. Greer Editor Stato Capital:
Dear Sir: I note yr Hlltorlal yes-
tordav mornlnc p.rlflnlnt? hn nmnrlnlv
of my speech at tho banquot the other
Your commlttnn nskml mn In cmonk
on Uio past prosont and future of tho
party In Oklahoma at a meeting
whoro It was understood suggestions
wero to bo made in tho interest of the
welfare of the nartv. I Htmnnarwi r
course you expected me to toll tho
trutn ana point out wherein orrors
had been made to tho end that futuTo
mistakes mlzht ln nvolrind Rnnh
course would mnnlfuaflv tuilitnnt
of Just crlUcism at a convention whoro
Interests of candidates aro involved
and I think It eminently proper to talk
frankly and harmonize differences at
such a meeting as we had at Oklahoma
City and I claim U bo a good Judgo
of propriety myself I am happy to
nolo that you agree with me Uiat no
harm was don to the party and I bo-
liove (that later on vnn will nlcr. mrn
with mo that prunor criticism of party
liianacoment. in troort KnpliHh nmi .
spootful terms Is bonoflclal to party
inieroeis ana mat it ib n niiini; n ni.
ways feel lHiund to slouuor over had
mothods with 'honoyHlow."
I havo no pergonal grlcvanees to re-
dress so far aw the party Is concerned
but simply stand foi good mothods
and careful policies to tho end that
we may build hero a grand republican
stato tho peor or superior of tho groat
states by w.. wo aro suroundod.
One good offect of tho club confer-
ence Is already noUccable. Tho chair-
man of committee announnmt n null
of committee to piaco party machinery
Jn raoUon without further delay.
Other beneficial effects wll be observ-
ed' later on. Now let us quit split
ting hairs over questions of propriety
and all work together for n. vii nnn.
Volition a good organization a good
candidate for congress a republican
legislature and a glorious victory all
around In November Yours truly
C. M. BARNB8.
Can Be Done In Guthrie.
To whom It may concern either la-
dles or gnUsn)'n if you have oloth-
ing whteh you wish to have cleaned
no matter how expensive hew deljoate
dr JiOT- dirty they may b Don't send
them off to some large city for this
worlc Is skillfully and properly done
by John K. Paee. 117 First streoL
basement Victor hulldlng..
Doputy Marshal Jacobson eame in
last evpqlng from attondlng court at
Tecumseh and brought the following
fedoral prison ere who were Indicted by
the grand Jury there: Kd Pecoree in-
dicted for steeling United States mall
Hlmer Peeore. indicted for erabessllng
United State mall Negro Berry In-
cljeteu to.- selling liquor to the Indians.
Dave Avery Bradnsh Indicted for
selling liquor to the Indians
TO CURE GRIP IN TWO DAY8.
LaxaUre Biomo-QulniM removes the
cause a W. Qrovef signature on
every box. Price SS eents.
.Anti . mi .J- hA.- J-t ...Ht. j.i V
By Associated Proas.
Lawrence Kas. April 26. -Dr.
Prank Strong of the University of
Oregon was oluctod chanrollor of tho
Unlvorslty of Kansas Uils morning by
the board of regents succeeding Dr.
V. 11. Snow who resigned a year ago
bocnuso of ill Health.
Chancollpr Strong was born at Ven-
ice N V. in I860. Ho graduated nt
Ynlo in 1884. SerVod as principal of
St. 'Jbsoph Mo high school from
188S to 1892; also superintendent of
schools nt Lincoln Nob. 1892 to 1895
and was first vlco president of tho Ne-
braska nsoclatlon of supurlnlendontn
and principals from 1897 to 1899.
Has been president of Oregon universi-
ty slnco 1899. Strong who is now In
Lawrence on a visit will return In
August with his family and tako up
his woik. Ills salary will bo $ I.G00 per
yoar. the snmo as that paid ox-Chan-collor
LomI Happenings of City and Terri-
tory Briefly Told.
IS. L. Bllncoo la moving his lumber
yard to tho cornor or Fifth street and
Oklahoma avonuo. t'ho Choctaw ab-
sorbed his prosont location.
GtithrV) may havo a public- building
on tho govornmont acre. Tho houso
commlttco on public buildings nt Wash
ington. hfiB ngreod to Include In fho
omnibus bill an itom of ?100000 for a
Mrs. RIdgo of Pawnae is In tho fed-
eral Jail horo chnrgod with bo'ng a
moonshlnor and with disposing of un-
limited quanllttoa of whisky to In-
dlnns. It Is claimed hIio is an oid of-
fender. George H. Dodson today sold to C
II. Hunt chlof doputy marshal lots
Sliind 32 block CI Tvist Guthrlo con-
The Oak Grovo barn corner Divis-
ion and Springer Is putting In flno
rubbor-tlrod rigs now harnoss and
fresh horses and" ovorythlng neces-
sary for a first class livery Mr.
Mlchnol reports that hfs business Is
Incffjaslng every day.
Portland Ore. Jupe 3 7 1902.
SUPREME LODGE A. O. U. W.
Portland Ore June 10.20 1002.
For the above occasion we will sell'
tickets to Portland Orb and return
at rate of 5 00 for the round trip
via direct routes. Tickets will be on
ale May 27th to June 8th Inoluslvo.
and will carry final return limit of 00
age to begin on dato of Bale and to rc
continuous up to the first Colorado
common point west thereof and oast
of Oregon stopovers may be made at
any point within going transit limit
which is 66 days. Return trip to be-
gin on date of execution and stop-
overs will be allowed within final limit
at and west ' of Colorado common
points. Baggage may be checked to
any point enrotite either going or re-
turning at whleh stop overs are de-
day from date of sale. Going paBB-
aired. A. J. Corklni Agent
CO. "A" NOTICE.
All nemsers of Co "A" are heresy
ordered te jceet at the Ansory en
Harrison avenue orer the Hftglrfdrug
store at 7 10 p. m Thuiwlatght
for drill All members must jjjjfpree-
eat at these racttlar weekly drill.
ngulr drill -night la Thnntfay.
All members take notlee.
By order ef
C. E. Dunnlca
(apL Cotn!g Co. A.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 123, Ed. 1, Saturday, April 26, 1902, newspaper, April 26, 1902; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc75906/m1/1/: accessed November 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.