The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 150, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 28, 1902 Page: 1 of 8
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Weather Foreflajri-Tonight showers warmer; Thursday fair warmer.
THE ONLY EVENING A380CIATED PRESS PAPER IN OKLAHOMA TERRITORY.
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA WEDNESDAY MAY 29 1902.
ADMINISTER WATER CURE
ROOSEVELT MAKES PLATFORM
FOR KANSAS REPUBLICANS
BEGINNING TO HEDGE
Are Pulling The String Attached to
the Statehood Bill
By Associated Press.
Washington D. C May 28.-Tho
senate commtttco on territories today
leclded by a format volo against fix-
Nfng a time for tho consideration of the
mnlbus statehood bill providing for
io admission of Oklahoma New
ftlexlco and Arizona.
jl( 8HAKE8PEARE UP TO DATE.
jijo Be Presented at the Opera House
.-' Cast of Characters.
philct iono Coylo
iMortla .. . Carrlo Himrnan
Jidy Macbeth Uzt'.c McNeal
r.Surse Grace Griffith
my d uvt uvuis uuuiou iluuoiuu
jl'eadomona ......... Lora Richmond
npatrice Bessie Williamson
lassandra Bertha Kysar
omoo Burns Hegler
iiiuun. un iiuy
jftmlot Walker Fields
ijiello Gcorgo Hlnchcllffo
fAnchorus Chorus Glee club.
.Blue Are tho Heavens two part
Art I. Parlor nf mimmpr hotel
holla's peril The rescue Recogrit-
a Shylock up against It Othello's
'L . .....
jeiweon acis i ana z me ionowing
T iia win ho irlvnn:
)ver tho Sea; A June Day Glee
Bad Cold Quartette Gertrude
''W Nellie Baldwin Harry Hall.
'Act II The garden Cupid's dart
' interruption Disappoiutment
f pica's remorse Hpmlet in trouble
!nmpted smothering of Desdo-
etwepn Acts 2 and 3 music.
uiren Blind Mlco A round Oleo
(Live and Lovo Thee duet Nellie
dwln and Laura Humble.
Jet III Parlor Josslca's confus-
Jesslca's disappearance Shy-
swears revenge My ducats! O
7lnl!!htnr Annonrnnfn nf TTfttnlot
:J Ophelia The return.
pie following songs betweoa Acts
ly in Its Splendor Glee club.
eedom and Union quartette Ora
son. Harry Hall Lorln Hutehlns
t IV- A few remarks Romeo's
iw cscapo He consplros with
elf against Othello That fatal
The accusation Death of Othol-
t Follow Advice After Payng for
a recent artiolo a prominent
clan says "It Is next to Ira-
tfblft for tho physician to get his
uuio lu I'uity uui uuj iiratuuuu
o of hygiene or diet to the very
esc extent. He has but one re-
'eft namely the drug treatment"
i medicines are used for chronic
Ipatlon the most mild and gen
obtainable such as Chamber-
v Stomach and Liver Tablets
1 be employed. Their use Is
allowed by constipation as they
the bowels In a natural anf
iy condition. For sale by C
fi -. (.mi ii ;
in nonor 01 ur. omiwcii.
and Mrs. Ralph Smith enter-
a few friends informally last
i In honor of Dr. Stillwoll vt
Dakota who Is the guest of Dr.
A pleasant evening was on-
Jldweil'8 Syrup Pepsin Is sold
LUllo's drug store.
SANTA FE BRIGDE
Carried Away By Sudden
Rise of the South
By Associated Pres3.
Woodward Okla. May 28. A
heavy rain In western Oklahoma and
tho melting snow in the mountains
swept in a flood down the South Can-
adian river last night and carried
away over six hundred feet of tho
Santa Fe bridge. All trains wero do-
layod from six to twclvo nours.
No loss o life is roported but much
damage was dono to houses and cat-
tlo In the low lands.
Soft Coal Miners Number-
ing 151000 May
By Associated Press.
St. LouIb Mo. May 28. Frank P.
Sargent the head of tho Brotherhood
of Locomotive Firemen and a member
of the National Labor Arbitration com-
mission of which Senator Hanna is
chnlrman stated today that a general
sympathetic strlHo of all tho soft coal
minors In tho United States would
probably bo ordored out
Ho doolared that tho minors of tho
region had rofuscd
absolutely to treat with tho
constituted arbitration board .and a
sympathetic strlko of soft coal men
was tho only recourse He said.
"There are botwoon. 425000 and
450000 coft coal miners throughout
tho country and not ono unliln In my
Judgment would hesitate a moment to
rospond favorably to a call for. a gen-
Mr. Sargent arrived in St Louis this
morning and will confer with sevoral
of tho local labor loagueso.
A woman who has had experience
with this disease tells how to pre-
vont any dangerous consequences
from It She nays: "Our three chil-
dren took Whooping cough last sum-
mer our baby hoy being only three
months old and owing to our giving
them Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
thoy'lost none of ther plumpness and
rame out in much better health than
other children whoso parents did not
use this remedy. Our oldest girl
would call lustily for cough syrup be-
tween whoops." Jessie Plnkey Hall
Springvale. Ala. This remedy is for
sale by O. R. Ronfro. I
Governor Ferguson has appointed
Jamas L. Wllkins of Oklahoma City
a member of the board of regents of
tho University at Norman. Mr. Wll-
kins is appointed in tho place made
vacant by the resignation of Chas. A.
The steam shovel has reached Ok-
Trying to Ram
(By Associated Press.)
Cleveland O. May 28. Whon tke
Republican stato convention re-assembled
today a report making Goneral
Chas. H. Grosvonor pormanont chair-
man and continuing tho rest of the
temporary organization was adopted.
When Governor Nash presented Gen-
eral Grosvonor tho latter received
qulto an ovation. Ho addressed tho
convention on national Issues.
Tho platform which was adopted
unanimously eulogise-:) President Mc-
Klnley "as the chief architect of"our
industrial growth and as tho path-
finder of our opening career of com-
mercial expansion" and speaks in tho
highest terms of his porsonal char-
acter. Of the present chlor executive It
says: "Wo cordially sustain Presi-
dent Roosevelt In his plulge to carry
forward tho great work which camo lo
him as a sacred legacy.
"Wo recognizo his earnest and con-
scientious devotion to tho welfare of
the people and approve tho high alms
and character of his administration.
In his frank and courageous efforts to
This is the Way the Guthrie
ky ' ili!
WATTJNG ro?sl HIGtrONX
protect public interests ho Is entitlod
to full and unrosorvod support."
Senators Foraker and Hanna wanu
ly commondod tho platform which
says labor Is receiving hlghor wages
than ever boforo; that our balance of
trado Is tho uroatest In the history of
uatlohs past party's pledges havo been
redeemed by the repeal of tho var
rovenuo tax and the enactment of tho
Chincso exclusion law Is commended.
A continued liberal ponslon policy fa-
voreJ trusts are opposed and the
platform says that tho "Republican
party Is the only one that has dealt
courageously and honestly with tho
Propor reclproc! rith Cuba is Ta-
voretf and the pr.'Bidont is congratu-
lated upon the satisfactory progress
in thio Philippines. Tho allegiance to
the national platform Is marked.
For secretary of state L. C. Laylln
was nominated without opposition.
Tho Elks held a business meetlne
last night District Deputy Knelsley
and Past Exalted Ruler Levy wero
recrmpenscd for grand lodge trips.
Bankers Will Play Base
jZVfJJVG A GfiOUND7?
Tells State Convention at Wichita
What it Must Declare
. PEOPLE TO WED
tials Jonjght at Home
of Brides' Parents
Tonight at 8 o'clock at tho homo of
tho blrdo's parents on West Noble
avenue Miss Ida Welhmoyer and Mr.
Will Wheolor will bo united in nar-
rlago the Rev. J. T. Oglo will perform
This announcement will bo no sur-
prise as tho engagement of Miss Wolli-
meyor and Mr. Wheeler has been an
open secret to tholr many friends. Tho
wedding will bo witnessed by only tho
family and Immediate friends. Tho
house has boon tastily decorated for
tho occasion. Miss Welhmoyer will
wear a atyllsh calling gown.
After the coremony tho brldo and
groom will go directly to tholr homo
on East Clcvelann avenue which has
been completely furnished and ready
Miss Wolhmoyor is a young lady of
an amiablo and loving disposition and
has won n host of frlonds who will
haston to oxtend tholr host wlshos.
Mr. Whoolor Is a member of the
dmg firm of Wheeler & Son and Is to
bo congratulated on winning the hand
of Miss Welhmoyer.
Important Measures Cousin
ered at Washington
By Associated Press.
Washington D. C May 28. The
rif.qp0aUou to Ieaso public lauds fir
gracing put poses which has been In-
vestigated at some length by the sen-
Me committee today went over In-
definitely and will not be considered
again at this 8sslon. The subject
was to have been finally disposed of
today but the committee conceded
that it would be well before taklns
any action to allow public opinion to
mature on the plan.
The senate agreed to vote on the
Philippine government bill Tuoaday
next at 4 o'clock.
In the House.
In the house a vote was taken upon
the adoption of tho rule for the con
sideration of the bill to lnorease sub
sidlary silver coinage. Tho rule was
adopted 93 to 76. Two hours will be
allowed for general debate.
No toss of Time.
I have sold Qbambprlaln's Colic
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for
years and would rather be out of oof
fee and sugar ban It T sold five bot-
tles of It yesterday to threshers that
could go no farther and they are at
work again this morning. R. H.
Phelps Plymouth Oklahoma. As
will be seen by the above the thresh-
ers were able to keep on with their
work without losing a single day's
...Mt. W rhvuw nwi HUHIV yt I
this remedy in your home. For sale
by C. R. Rewro.
By Associated Press.
Wichita Ka.' "Slay '28. George B.
Colo representing tho element in fa-
vor of A. J. Balloy for governor was
nominated for tomporary chairman of
U'o Republican stato convention hero
thlt morning on tile first ballot by a
voto of G25 to 499 for Ed P. Greer
who represented tho field.
Every seat in tho auditorium waa
taken at 10 o'clock this morning whon
tho convention met and ovory avail-
able lnoh of room was filled. Morton
Albaugh chairman of tho Btato cen-
tral committee rapped for order and
tho Rev. Parkor of tho Methodist
church offorcd prayer. Colo and Greor
wore put In nomination for temporary
chairman and Cole Has named on tho
first ballot. Ho made a brief address
and at once proceeded to business.
Commlttcos of two from each con-
gressional district and ono at largo
on crodontlals order of business per-
manent organization and resolutions
wore thon appointed by tho chair.
W. S. Jonklns of Franklin waa
mado temporary secretary by accla-
mation and Frank Crowcll of Atchi-
son ra scloctcd as his assistant
Senator Burton will submit to Uio
committee on resolutions for incorpor-
ation in tho platform a declaration (n
favor of both protection and reciproci-
ty reciting that It should bo tho pur-
pose of tho Republican party to es-
tablish porfoct harmony botweon
thorn. Tho resolutions contluilo:
"We favor Just and oaual roclprocl-
cal relations with Cuba but In estab-
lishing and maintaining such relations
great care must bo oxerclsed that tho
benefits therefrom shall go to the peo-
ple of Cuba ami to the people of the
United States. '
Senator Burton says that In tho
presence of Congressman Long of
Kansas he submitted these resolu-
tions to President Roonevrlt last
Wednesday and that the president ap-
While the convention was awaiting
the reports of tho committee brief
addresses wore made by Congressmen
Chester I. Long and Charlos Curtis
and United States Sennlor Burton.
Mr. Curtis declared tho Roynbllcan
party would not dodge tho reciprocity
Issue and took occasion to defend tho
army in the Philippines against at-
tnolis which he allOged Democrats
Sonator Burton declared tho news-
paper reports that ho was at the outs
with President Rooiovelt were falso.
He said the senate would pass tut)
Philippine bill next Tuesday.
WAS STRICTtY TEMPERATE.
Elephant Kills Keeper For Proffering
a Beer Class.
By Associated Press.
New York May 28. Tope a female
elephant or Forepattfli & Bells' cir-
ous killed Joseph Blunt at the show
grouads in Brooklyn today burling
the man to the ground then kneeling
on blm and crushng him to death.
The man had extended a beer glas
to the animal which had proffered her
trunk for the usual awning "shake.'
Sciatic Rheumatism Curod After 14
Years of Suffering.
"I have been affltoted wKh sciatic
rheumtttism for fourteen years" says
Josh KCtfar of Geriaantown Cal.
"I was a'lle to be around but con-
stantly suffered. I tried everything I
oould ht-.tr of aad at last was told to
try Chamberlain's Pain Balm which
I did and was immediately relieved
and in a short time cured and I am
happy to say it baa not since ret arc
ed." Why not me this liniment a. J
get well? It is for sale by C It Rea-fro.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 150, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 28, 1902, newspaper, May 28, 1902; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc75932/m1/1/: accessed February 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.