The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 132, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 7, 1902 Page: 1 of 8
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The Guthrie'ily Leader
SANTO DOMINGO GOV'T
By Associated Fresa.
Monte Christl Santo Domingo May
7 Further confirmation was recolvod
here today of two surrender o San
Domingo the capital of Santo Domin-
go on Friday last to the revolution-
ary forces commanded by Vice Presi-
dent Vnsquoz . Tho npproach of tho
revolutionists to tho capital was an-
nounced after two days' heavy fight-
ing between tho government troops
and tho forces of Gonoral Vasquoz
during which many were Killed or
wounded on both sides.
Intense excitement prevailed among
tho population and in government cir-
cles when news of tho approach of
tho rebel army became generally
known and United States Minister
Powell as tho dean of tho diplomatic
coijS requested tho Dominican gov-
ernment to inform him regarding tho
arrangements mado to protect tho
lives and property of foreigners hore. i
adding that in case no precautions
were taken ho would consider it his
duty to take such measurosto pro-
.de for their safety as tho situation
When th revolutionists wore sight-
ed Minister Powell called a meeting
of the diplomatic and consular radios
with the result that delegation lnclud-
In: Powell was appointed to wait up-
on General Vasquez and inform him
that no attack could bo mado upon
tho capital under tho rules of war
until due notlcchad been given to the
diplomatic and consular corps hero.
Hostilities wcro suspended until
morning when martin was held
and President Jlmlnez agreed to tho
tirnwing up of a treaty of capitulation.
The revolutionary army entered San
Domingo at 11 a. m. Friday and took
possession of tho government build-
ings The troops entered the capital
quietly There was no onthuslasni
shown by tho population at th contry
of tho victorious army. Form of now
government not yet boon decided upon.
V ATAL TRAIN WRECK
AT TOPEKA KANSAS
Freight Trains Collision
Kills Two and Injures
By Associated Press.
Topeka Kas. May 7. During a
beavy fog this morning at 3:15
o'clock tho cast bound extra frolght
train on tho Union Pacific ran Into
freight train No. 14 at -a crossing In
Narth Topeka causing a wreck and
killing two men anu injuring sevon
A. L. McCandless stockman Nato-
Unidentified man Uray Kas.
IT. W. Kueker Miles Kas. head
J. a Fields Ho'xe Kas. badly
John Buzzard Bellvlew Kas. bruis-
ed. John Hammerlund St. Marys Kas.
left log cut
Ed Arnold Chapman Kas. Internal-
Joseph Hurst Cheyenna Internal-
Ford head out
Train No. 14 had stopped at the
crossing as usual. Juat as it was
starting up on came the extra at a
rate of forty miles an hour. Engineer
Zimmerman of the extra djd not see
any of tho lights of tho regular train
on account of tho fog and tho other
train crow could not got their train
out of the way soon enough.
Tho engine on tile oxtra crashed In-
to tho cabooso of No. 14 splitting it
completely In two. I'hroo other cars
on tho oxtra train woro badly brokon
and tho onglno was dorallod. Nono
of tho trainmon woro Injured. All tho
Injured are Btockmon going oast on
the oxtra with cattle.
Nino men wore in the cabooso at
the time and only Ford escaped
Produced at the Brooks' tast Night
Under the Ausplcies of the Ladies
of the Flrst.ChriaUan Civ ch.
The "Queen Esther" cantata was
produced last night at Brooks' thoator
undor tho ausplcies of tho ladios of
tho Christian church.' " ' " '
A homo talent ontertalnmont is al-
ways a drawing card and last night
tho opera houso was well filled with a
Ono hundred people woro In tho
cast and tho leading parts woro well
Mrs. Reed Mrs. DoBols Mrs. Cross-
land and Miss Edith Grlssell perform-
ed their parts with much credit to
Little Miss Bertha Crossland. . tho
Queen's Pago waB cunning and sweat
In her part.
A beautiful drill of fifty girls dress-
ed In white was a pretty feature.
Tho cantata will be repeated to-
night at a reduced price of 25 conts
for adults and 15 conts for children
to all parts of tho house.
Following Is tho Impersonation:
Quoon Esther Mrs. H. Reed
King Ahasuerus J. S. Eaton
Mordocal tho Jow Byron W. Rico
Haman ovorseor of tho realm
Zoresh Haman's wife
Miss Edith Grlssell
Prophetess Mrs. J. D. DoBols
High Prlost . . . Mr. V. A. Humphrey
Mrs. W. B. Crossland
Jewish Maiden . . . Mrs. Maggie Deitor
Persian Lady Gertrudo Given
Quartette Jowlsh Maidens:
Grace Griffith Laura Browor Nora
Miller Gladys Cook.
Queen's Maids of Honor:
Laura Humble Nolllo Baldwin.
Zeresh's Maids of Honor:
Edna Kelloy Leila Naylor.
Scribe Ora Dawson
Harbona Garfield Hurlbut
King's Cup Bearers:
Llllle Woinberger Hazel Willis
Clarice Wlttacro Luclllo Piatt.
Queen's Pago Bortba Crossland
Claude Erwln Glenn Householder.
Harry Hall Lorcn Hutchlns.
Jews and x'erslans:
Mosdames h F. Frey Frank Wiiour
Chas Smith J. B. Fairfield W. A.
Humphrey; Misses Allco Tallman
Linda Gregory Lola Land Ruth
Land Maggie Faille Mamio
Wheeler Mary Brooke TJaoniU.
Howe Delia Trlbblo Maud Smith.
When you awake In the morning
feeling like the end of a mltspont life
your mouth full of fir and your soul full
of regrets take Rocky Mountain Tea.
Ask your druggist
Cashlon has advertised for bids for
the construction of a school house to
be two stories in height aud modern
in all ways.
Paul Jennoss fs over from Chandler.
ONLY EVENING AB80CJATED PRE83 PAPER IN OKLAHOMA TCRRITORY.
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GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA WEDNESDAY MAY 7. 1802.
PACKERS COMBINE TO
RAISE PRICE OF MEAT
Witnesses So Testify Before Beef
Dy Associated Press.
Jefferson City Mo. May 7. Tho
oxistneco in St. Louis of uniform and
fixed moat prices and tho socrot ro
bato in addition to he C. 0. D. list
was shown by the testimony taken at J
tnis sossion of tho baof trust inquiry.
Attorney Genoral Crow said today
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that tho objections raised by tho paok-
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ors' attornoys at Tuesday's session of
. A .
the beef trUBt Inquiry does not portaln
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but onl yto tho law authorizing tho In-
quiry. Tho two statutos are separate.
"Tho anti-trust law has boon tested
twice In tho supremo court and Is un-
assailable" said Judge Crow.
Maurice Prondvlllo a St. Louis
meat doalor was tho first wltnoss ex-
amined today and said that Armour
Swift Nelson Morris nnd Cudnhy had
a fixed agreomont.
"Tho paokors buy cattlo on succes
sive days." said Prendvlllo "so thnt:
each can buy at his own prlco."
"Thorn Is Yory llttlo" said ho "in-
dependent buying in tho East St
Louis stock yards
Tho big pacKors
keep others out by tolling the cattle-
men that If they soil any cattlo to In-
dopondont buyors they must soil all
"A bettor grado of cattle Is sent
oast tlia nthnt sold In St Louis. Or-'
dlnnry retail butchors can not got
high class hoof. Tho beat beef Is sold
to buUiiors at olovon cents on tho
"Did you ovor got a rebate?" was
noirr.1 nt Prnmivllto.
"Four or five months ago I got re -
bates on pork from Nolson Morris. At
Interesting Meeting of Oklahoma
Tho socond day's sossion of tho Ok-
lahnma Dental association convened
at tho convention hall this morning at
0 o'clock. This mooting has been ono
of great profit to tho sixty or moro
dentists who are In attendance as
the tlmo hns boon spent In practical
demonstrations and clinical work.
Tho very latest Instruments and ap-
pliances havo been usod and now
mothous cf """Y. 'ntroduced.
Tho twelfth annual convention will
close tonight when the annual oloc-l
tlon of offlcors will talto place.
The programme today was as fol-
Cllnlo Productions and Impressions
of tho Face in Plaster Paris also
Seamless Crown Dr. Prlco Cheaney
Dallas Toxas. I
Clinic Covering Cusps Dr. A. B.
Pottor Chandlor Okla.
Clinic Dolrays Gold n Cervical Cav-
ities Without the Rubber Dam Dr.
M. C. Marshall St Louis'.
Clinic Porcoloan Work Dr. D. O.
M. Lecrown St Louis.
Clinic Painless Extracting of Tooth
the Uses and Abuses of Local Anaes-
thetics. Dr. F. P. Stafford Perry.
Clinic Non-Cdhestvc. Gold Filling
Dr. T. F. Clifford EI Rono.
Clinic Western Soamloss Crown
Dr. M. B. Crumbo Kansas City.
Tho programme for tho olosfng ses-
sion of the convention which will be
held at 7:30 o'clock tonight 1b as fol-
lows: 7:30 Paper Tho Law and Protec-
tion of Dentistry' in Oklahoma Dr. A.
A. Maunin Perry.
8:30 Dontal Rofiexos From a
Medico Dental Standpoint Dr. F. P.
Hulon Pond Creek-
Election of Officers.
Go to Swearlngcn for bast photos.
ono time the cooler managers told mo
tfioy had an agreement not to sell at
fSss than $0 a hundred. They would
evade the ag-ejment by telling 6nW
..e thefe Rn afbUr n gt Loutar
ngk(H Attorney Qenerai Crow.
. The coo ef managers meet every
Wodnesdayand form a C. O. D. list
nnd on Saturday they hold another
mooting. I do not know who fixos
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iniuua iui uiuiu uiil iiirj uiv uavu
the last of each week for tho week
I "When a mart does not soil his cat-
uo in East St Louis continued the
wltonss "and ships them olsowhoro
tho packors so nd a dispatch ahead of
I him. Instructing buyers to offer only
so much. Ino number of cattle sold
and killed In Bast St Louis this sea-
son has been unusually large Most
of the meat has been placed in cold
William 'i'arame of St. Louis for-
merly city salesman for Swift testi-
fied to a unitoim price at which sales-
mon of all companies were Instructed
tb soli. Attorney Ernst C. Dodgo has
chnrgo of the C. 0. D. list which is
mado up every week Uie witness de-
claiod. Tamme said thai tta Jn rnns-
el prlco of mrnit was out of proKr-
Hon to the inoreaso In tho ptlci of cat-
tie. Ho said one hundred butchers
in St. Louis had gone out of buslnoss.
' and that the Mound City Packing
..company and the North St. Louis
iiPaakitic comnnnv had also retired.
- A recess was takon until 1:80. whon
tho final sossion will bo hold.
How Cheap Baking Powder is Made.
Tho'hoalth department of Now York
has seized a quantity of so-called
cheap baking powder which it found
in that city. Attention was attracted
to It by the low price at which It was
being sold in the department stores.
Samples wore taken and Uie chemist
ofthe health department reported Uie
1 stuff to bo "an alum powder" which
analysis showed to be composed
chiefly of alum and pulverized rock.
Tho powder was declared to be dan-
gorous to health and several thou-
sand pounds woro carted to the offal
dock and dostroyod.
It is unsafe to oxperimont with
these so-callod "cheap" articles ot
food. Tboy are sure to bo mado from
i . lm . .. . m.nt.
In 'powdor8( tho hlgh cla8a;
cream of tartar brands are tho moat
oconomlcaIi bocaU80 tnoy g0 farthor
in use and are healthful beyond quos
Death of D. E. Trout
P. E. Trout died at 10 o'clock last
nlglit at hit late home In West Guth-
rla. He had been in poor health for
several months but remained on the
road at his business unUl Sunday
when he came home. He grew rapid-
ly worse and died last night The
doreased came to this city to reside
about olghtoon months ago from
Greonsburg Ind. and by hlB death he
leaves a widow and one daughter.
The funoral services will be held
at 4 o'clock this afternoon from the
family roflldon".e at 1401 West Noble
avenue. The Rov. W. C. Miles will
conduct the service. The remains
will bo taken to GreenBburg Ind Jer
Ladles' OcTaUty Parlor
Moved from Uie Astor house to
Hotel Royal. Call and get your hair
dressed and face treated. Madam
Lourottia Room 67.
Ascension Day Thursday. May 8m
Morning erice 9 o'clock evening
servlea 8 o'clock.
WORK ON THE KATY
TO BEGIN WITHIN TEN DAYS
Meeting This Afternoon at Opera
House to Settle Preliminaries
FOUGHT IN THE ORIENT.
Dow L. Keteb of Orlando Home From
Service In China and Manila.
Dow L. Ketch of Orlando is In the j
city visiting friends. Dow hns Just
been discharged from a throe years'
term of aervlco in tho 14th tnantry
regulars and during his military ca-
reer he has had a varied oxporionco
that seldom falls to tho lot of a young
Aftor bolng mustered Into tho son--lco
Dow sailed Immediately for Man-
ila and for some months was a part
of tho garrison of that city. Then his
reglmont was one of thoso designated
by tho government to co-oporato with
the allied nrmtos in China and he
wont thore with tho rost In July 1000
Heio he saw his first battle and his
honorable discharge shows that he
participated in tho battles of iJ'ot
Tsang Aug. 5; Vang Tsun Aug Is 'J
tho bombardment capture nnd occu-
pation of Pokin Aug. 11; ongagomont
at the entranco of tho Imperial City
Aug. 16 and the oxpeditlon to and tho
throe days' ongagomont at Petu Chan
Sept 10 17 and 18 1000.
Then to add anothor chapter to his
Hfo story liis reglmont was ordorod
homr in August 1001 and was sotit to
Fort Russell at Buffalo N. Y. to do
garrison duty. Whllo there tho as
sassination of Prosidont MoKlnlcy oc
curred and Dow was on guard duty
beforo the Milburn mansion whoro
tho stricken president was takon. un
til tho chief oxocutivo died. His term
ot service ondod on April 21 of this
year and he was mustered out at
Dow has a record that any young
Amoricau might woll be proud of and
his varied experlenco during tho past
three years will be valuablu to him as
he once more takes up tho life of a
civilian. n ( J
A territorial charter was Issued to-
day to Uie Lawton and Cratervllle
Electric RnflwAy company with head
jfflci. at Lawton; capital stock $500-
000. The incorporators are: U W.
Browor C. V. Smith. J. E. Williams
A. I Quint J. R. Lewis VJ. L. Wiggins
G. A. Horton. P. L. Bonbow W. M.
Turner M. M. Holnios J. S. Wost J.
W. Martin and F. M. Roboraon all
residents of Lawton.
Paul B. Weavor ot Cordall was com-
missioned a notary public.
To Oklahoma City.
Fire unlof Mark Hosier and Theo.
Barnthouse captain ot Fire Co. No. 2
left this morning for Oklahoma City
where Uiey go to attond the Terri-
torial Firemen's convention which
will be In session In Oklahoma City
May 7 8 and 9.
No Loss of Time.
I have sold Chamberlain's Colic
Cholera and Diarrhooa Remedy for
f years and "Wj6uld rather be out of cof
fee and sugar than tt I sold five hot-
tlos ot it yosterdoy to threshers that
could go no farther and they are at
work analn this morning. R. H.
Phelps Plymouth Oklahoma. Aa
will be seen by tho above the thresh-
ars woro able to keep on with tholr
I work without losing a single day's
time. You should keep a bottle or
this remedy In your home. For sale
by O. R. Rentro.
Don't Fall to See It
I went to see Bdwln Southers In
Monte Crlsto last night. It's a great
show that man Southers Is a marvel
If they play Greenville. Don't fall to
see thera. Extract of letter from M
A- Alson attorney at law acksonvllle
An enthusiastic eltlzons' mass
meeting Js being hold at tho opera
home tliti afternoon to close up tho
Katy railroad proposition. President
F. N Finney Chief Engineer L. P.
Ynlft nnil Dlvlnlnn Attnrnnv l"V T..
jMkion nre here thelr car
The object of the meeting today
which wa's attended by sovoral uund-
red citizens was to secure a sit
months' extension on tho notes which
havo boon made and to raise an ad-
ditional $10000 to tho Katy bonus.
Tho original proposition holds good
with Uio oxcoptlon that Uio officials
of tho road havo released tho city
from tho $25000 cash bonus.
As soon as tho money Is raised to
buy a right of way hwC tho notes aro
secured tho contract will bo slgnod.
The contract for the M. K. and O
will be guaranteed and endorsed by
the M. K. nnd T. company In which
they agree to havo the road built and
In operation within sixtoon months
from tho 10th day of last April with
a proviso allowing thorn two years to
covor any possible accldont or delay.
Proelflent Finney said today that it
the right ot way waB givon at onre
that work on tho M. K. and Oklaho-
ma railroad would bo commenced
within ton days working out from this
COMMAND TO CHARON
The Admiral Only a Pas
senger on the River
Washington D. C Ma 7. Rear
Admiral Win. T. Sampnon retired
died at his home in this city at 5
o'clock yesterday afternoon. The Im-
mediate cause of deatn v as a fere
cerebral homnrrnago. H had beon
In n semi-conscious stnta for several
dnys. At th bedside whan tho aduUr
nl breathed his last woro Mrs. Samp-
son Mrs. nioutenant CluvOrlus tho
admiral's married daugntur.J Admiral
Sampson's two young sons Ralph nnd
nllrold Sampson; Dr. Dixon the at
tending physician aud nurses and at
Mrs. Sampson nan broken down un-
der tho strain and was quite 111 all
during tho day. But for tho critical
condition of tho admiral sho would
have been confined to her bed.
Washington D. C May .Admir-
al ikhley today made tho following
statement regarding the death of Ad-
"I regret very much the deaUi of
Admiral Sampson and I sympathize
with his family No one has ever
heard me utter one unkind word about
tittle Corinne the Gypsy.
Little Corinne Gypsy Tillage and
palace of palmistry will b located
near Dlvisfun on Oklahoma avenue
Don't fall to oall and have your hand
read. PaBt present and future reveal-
ed by these clever people. They
startled thousands at the Pan Ameri-
can oxposltlon and every city vlsltod
by them. Their wonderful power
mystlfle. Look out for the day of
opening. &-' 2
The igw of the 'territory against
Ro Oreen charged with grand 'lar-
reny wa hrtl In the probate rourr
this mornlnp Examination was waiv
. eji rotor
T. S Jones is attorney
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