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The Guthrie Daily Leader.
IT'S IN THE LEADER popular HOME PAPER VOLUME XXXIII. UUTHK1E, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST L 1909. LAST EDITION. 5 O'CLOCK. If its i N I ! CANNON COWED n INSURGENTS CLOSE VOTE ON CONFER ENCE REPORT OPENS EYES OF SPEAKER CAN'T AFFORD REVENGE. CLOSE FRIENDS DECLARE Doom for Payne for Speaker ot Neil Congress Another Disturbing Feature (By Associate! Press) Washington, Aug. 4.-A number oi "Utile Insurants" have nut BO Re hack to the "reservation " The close vole Saiiu.lay on the tariff confet nice report in the house showed this. An incipient boom for Payne for Speaker of the next cons l ess oausad several of Cannon's friends to con clude that Cannon tannoi afford to discipline those Republicans who hold Important! comniittee assignment iii confess and who voted with the "In surgents" al the beginning of the present session. There is no indication that the Speaker has changed his decision on this point, but ft number ol "S'al warts" have expressed to him the belief that he CAS DOl afford at this time to be vindictive. Tentative Selections. Representative Alexander of New York win be chairman of the com mlttee on rivets and Mrbors, ftt though he might be ehnitman of th' jinliciary committee, He prefers the rivers and harbors oommittee, which Is to become mot e im port a n t than ever before. Representative Roden berg of Kast St. Louis is to become a member of the committee, Representative Mann of Chicago is understood to be slated for chairman of the committee on Interstate and foreign commerce and Representative Dwlgkt of New York, the Republican whip, Hlfty be chairman of the com mittee on postofftcc and postroads, Notwithstanding the adoption of the resolution by the Democratic cau cus. In effect that no minority mem her should accept a committee pot ; tion without the approval of Champ Clark, the minority leader, the Dem ocrats have been as regular in their visits to it'1' speaker as have the Republicans, Bach member is look inn out tor himself and the ipeaker has, therefore, nearly double the aim mil of "visiting" lo do With the membership, Will Hear Distinguished Speakers. Governor Haskell and William 11 Murray, president of the constitutional convention ami first speaker of the house in the titst legislative assembly, are billed to speak tomorrow fti S'tatlord, in Mt t'laln conn y. Muskogee, okla., Auk. 4. The dis covery has been made that Tom Ooyle, the M. O K 0. bridge keep er, who died last Friday night of heat prostration, was formerly an inmate of the Ohio insane asylum anil after being released -ii years ago dlaau peared from Ids Buckeye home, leav hiip; his relatives in hjnoranee of bis whereabouts until they received no tic throiiKli a friend Sunday of his death. Coyle'l father is a Methodist min ister nt H 'si Bed-ford, Ohio, and two sisters, Mrs, Tom Darling and Mrs. McFadden, live at Deersville, Coyle, Who lived the life of a recluse, was Continually haunted with fear of re turning Insanity. His remains proth abiy will he exhumed sad taken to Ohio for interment, it is believed he I a. I a considerable sum of money hidden and a search is being made for il. SHERIFF'S POSSE AFTER (By Associated Press) Ft. Smith. Ark.. AtlR. 4. Should Allen, of Haskell county, Oklahoma, and his ixisse succeed in overtaking a band of three men, alleged horse thieves, today, it Is believed certain that a pitched battle and probably bloodshed will follow. The trio. If is declared, are headed for Hie Spavi naw hills and are heavily armed, The chase began lale ycs'eijay. ! SHORT CUTS ! TO THE NEWS I i V Tii.- asphalt paving around Capitol tuna re will Ik' togapkflttd and opened to trmfflC lv Mondav session tomorrow night. Three plain drunks in aoBoa court :tiis morning. The Guthrie chamber of commerce Hti tonight, aii peruana Interest od in the fat are welfare of the city Chief of Police Mitchell is making war on the canine, and says they must have lags Of else they will !' taken mi 1)V tile A, m catcher Tin- I.eKoy proper' addition has recently In A W. t'onlaav. rM Walton A new residence Is being erected in the sun block on Kast Harrison ave title. The Capital City lirest im ut com pan reports many impiiries al ut Outhrie nal estate coming in from Alabama. Wisconsin, Illinois ami Texas points. nn U (By Associated Press) New York. auk. I. When William Craig was called on to make bis formal complain) against Mrs. cas tle, a tOUchlg scene was enacted. The prisoner WSs plainly on the verge of collapse ami mutual friendi ot the parties had been Interceding with Craig to withdraw his complaint, He Failed to be moved ha their repre sentations, and then Mrs. Castle her self came forward. Laying her band lightly on his shoulder, she raid, gently, "Will, please drop it, won' I mit?" Craig turned from bar with a quick movi aiont and left the room. Mrs, Castle was held on 3,00 1 ball. Mrs Castle had no friends or relatives here and wanted time t. oommuntcate with her bi-other, Capt. Henry Harrison Bcott, of the Coaal artillery, stationed :tt Pori Morgan, Ala. After her arraignment Mrs. Castle collapsed. 1 AMONG THE LOCAL STORES I . ! ' Miss Wellnmn. bookkeeper t the ' . O, Lots dry goods store, leaves today for Gallatin, Mo., on a month's acat ion. I. W. Morton, assistant manager of the Ramsay Bros.' store, received a telegram ibis morning from hi wife, at Carroilton, Mo., announcing 1 In birth of a baby girl, Both mother and daughter are doing nicely. BOARD OF PHARMACY COLLECTIONS IN FEES State Bxamlner C, A. Taylor his concluded an examination of the ac counts of 1 he stale pharmacy board. Itinerant vendors, or patent medicine peddlers, are shown to have contrib uted a toial of 15,714.45 to the state treasury funds from November 111, 1&07, to April 1. 109. During that same time the hoard collected I.TTie In other lees, an 1 paid out of this and the territorial balance for board expel W es all bin 1235.51. P. Dodd. president of (bo drew 787,5! as per diem and board. $;,::s.x, IS expenses; P. I',. l.illie. treasurer, $1 596.80 per diem and (444.35 expenses: .1. 0. Burton, secretary, 11,908.00 per diem and 1352.12 as expense money SAYS NO LAW AGAINST Specks! to Daily Leader. Muskogee, Okla., Auk. 4. Justice Bailey decided against the Law and Order league en the Sunday baseball case and released the Muskogee and Pittsburg teams under arrest for playing on Sunday. After delivering his opinion ho I ok occasion to score members of the Law and Older league, who, ho intimated, had approached him in an effort to secure an opinion contrary lo law. He said such persons were no better than perjurers. The decision clearing the ball players was based on the grounds that a city cannot pass an ordinanco which conflicts with slate laws and that the state laws do not prohibit SundaQ baseball. JEFFERSON'S ALFALFA MILL. Jefferson, OkJa., Aug.4. The Hack ney Milling company started up its new alfalfa mi!! today. The company expects o run continuously, grinding twenty tons of fecj a day. POSSE WIS MURDERER ENMESH KILLING OR CAPTURE OF FUGITIVE BELIEVED CERTAIN IS DESPERATE 111 U Pill IIP I FtSlt Was Under Life Sentence for Killing Father in Law and Escaped From 111 sDee'a to th Paris. Tex. expected bet l ader. Word apt un Aug of : 4.- bomb or kill Ing of Will Hendrlx, 'ho taw Indian murdere .0 counts was aurroundi it '1 Dossee nea A av ( l bj a Th. slcr lUgi Murdeier Seen at Stratford. 3pet iai to Daily Leader, Stratford, Ok la., Aug. 4. Will Hea- Irix, sentenced to the penitential') for life for killing his fathe inlaw and v, ho recently escaped from the Paris, lex., jail, was acCOSted tit his home 11 he lower part of Pontotoc county Henry Lobo bono had gone t" borne to so. 1 tenant farmer un itios Of the despc: do being at of home. A bullet from a Windiest r the hands of Hendrlx killed Label's ine riding horse, but it nevt LjObO, Who coveted the live . e 'ti Si i atfOTd and h arm in what is believed time, officers from T stoppe be record xas bad vaulted almost every nook of the Kiamnhi mountains. beilavlBg Ibii Iris would hide there. A poasee was irganised to capture Hendrix, but h xas never seen after shooting Lobo'l torse, Hendrlx klled his f ie Choctaw na i'tii in a-law in His case d Mate I !)06. and he was con be federal jail recommended ex me; was given ell eorri lor, Ti: , icted W Hendrlx's physician th hms 1 1 i . i nrougn slipped into mi m ans jail iad escaped saw was Hendrix si He took s tied them nieces of i tieini oni C Vered the bars and e vera) blank: I a, t wisti together securely by lectrlc light coeds am end to 'he window I am' using after bai a idiolnlns where the bant had I i end to the out. Hi. for SeVel.l' relatives in lie and tail' So ilt Red tit. he dropped the other r. round and easily passed sctpe was nut discovered hours. It is believe that 1 iklahoma aid i i hey famished river. Hendrix has oft. declared thai be would kill one testlhe i against witness resides if the witnesses IWhO him in the ferial This n- a: R iff and after the escape of Hendrix asked the au thorities for protection Hendrix was ilso well acqualn'ed with James Mil let .one of the men who was hanged bv a mob at A 'a and the Indian I believed to have been Impll the murder of A, a. Bobbitt, men of m ar Ada. tied III cattle LEO MEIER'S ANSWER EXPECTED THIS WEEK An SUSWi f Slate 1.4 rotests to from Aiding Secretary Meyer to the Outhrie la slate capital local i ui given Friday or Satur- Week. It is genera 1 h bill 1 1 v will b of this needed that . Mover Will refuse to grant a hearing and will throw t be afti protest out as having been meo p the time limit had expired. The Outhrie objectors may then Obtain temporary injunction from the Fed oral com is and at once begin final trial of the question as to whether the e ashling act is binding; or an appeal may be taken direct to the state supreme court on the point that the Oklahoma City committee's pe titions contain tin InsuBcienj number of signatures. FOUR ARE HELD EOR MURDER Tecum seh, Ok ha., Aug. 4. Hill Ity ars, John BuddeR, Jim Wilis and one other, are under arrest for the mur der of Hamp Snapps of VVanette. They are in jail beta without bond. Snapp wis Shot 'o death in his home. The men say they went to Snapp's house to bttj liquor ami that the killing was an accident. The tale claims Ruddel fired the shot. A. J. M: brey has been appoint kI city dog catcher by Mayo- Fa rq 11 bar son, succeeding M. M. Williams. OOOOCOOOOCOOOOOOP 0 O WEATHER FORECAST. O o o O . Rj ASSSM ate p O O New Orleans Aug I T C C adgM Ml Thu..-d.. parttj O !0 cUiody. O: o o ooiaooooooooooooo STATE AGENCY LIQUORS STOLEN state dispeasary management w.ie rol bed of 11,225 wonh of liquor after the, wire closed by pmcla'i.a tii n of the governor. foUoWiag the general lection last fall. Loral gents are required to make oath that their stations have been burg latied. if there be a shortage in the stock, or make up th' kiss out ot their pockets. The depart mi ig has collected $1J" from agents unable to m ike an accounting. Bupertateadeai stone estimates that the losses by thtJt will not ex ceed $2,000 for iho state Rcer v il tie, tit ISU, found unfit for medicinal Use, has been destroyed In inspect ora, and the saperiwt udeui est I that of the H2.CC4.2S shown :ie stale examiner and inspector's it to hi' due from local agenti MfttS v. ill collect about f 10.000. repo the me agenc) reported Iheft of liquor valued at ate to I24S. I another thefts WEARS HIS HONORS MODESTLY "Ted" West brook tenurea tonight for St. Joseph, Mo., where he will repre- a nt bhe tin l. 1e Typographical union St the anr.ua! international ii ting. West brook is a product of The h, yo-tngesi member of the Guthrie local and will l,e, perhaps, the you&g . s- delegate to attend tin intetmatlofl convention. The young operator is a "swift" usd an hold down a machine any where, le came to Qutbrie with his parents when the city was a row of "shanties" and tents, and has spent his life In the Southwest, As a repn senta' ive of the latuest union in the new State to the Intecaa tioaal meeting of the most conserve tive body of organized labor in the world, the young man carries an lion n all his associates (eel him worthy to AGED FARMER RUNS AMUCK Special tii Daily Leader. Chickasha. Okla., Auk. 4.- S. V McDonald, an ased fa. :.icr. shot and killed J. A, Thompson, his brother In-law, Mrs. Thorn won, his gieterdn laW, and then shot himself. He ail tempted to shoot his wile. Inn she escaped. PROMINENT MISSOURIAN Dw AD. (By Associated Presj) Chillicothe, Mo., Aug. 4. John M bailee, a prominent attorney sad in Behany this morning. He was 11 candidate (or the nomination for ;,i torney general on the Democra'U ticket in 1904. ARE OPPOSED TO TICK The tick eradication work now he ing conducted by the state board of agricukure met its first opposition this week when ; farmer living near the south line of Lincoln county se cure,) an Injunction in the county court of Lincoln county restraining the county inspectors from dipping or p lac ring his cattle .as a result of the that one cow tit Shawnee was quite badly scalded is a result of too free an application of arsenical dip. Aocordtn gto the Information re ceived bo the boaiii of agriculture, however, the farmer in question prob ably wishes that lie had let things take their course On the day after ha obtained his injunction against the county Inspectors, the state in spectors, who were not included in the suit, appeared at his farm and sprayed his cattle. He tried to se cure an injunction against them and on the next da Federal inspect crs appeared and sprayed his cattle again, Then a few davs later, just 0 insure their complete disinfection 1 lie sheriff viitei him and sprayed them a fourth time, charging him $1 for the work. (By Associated Press) St. Louis, Mo , Aug. 4. Three ad ditional arrests were made early to day in the kidnapping of draco and Tomsuao Vlvtaao Monday anil held for L'a,io0 naiisoin. The BarBce be lieve the children were put in trunks and shipped out of town. LamastlS Qiroloma, a grocer's driver, one of th'- arrested, admitted taking three 1 1 nnks to the express office from the home of Joseph Paffaoo, who was arrested yesierday. A clerk at the impress office said that two of the police were notified there and officers left here immediately. TECHN GAL POINT IS LAWYERS STILL SEEKING FREEDOM FOR WIFE SLAYER WANT SUPREME COURT ORDER SET ASIDE Transferring Byers' Murder Case to Criminal Court of Appeals siding judge Henrj M. Pus gar in court circles throughout the -tale, in denying a re hearing to A N tiary for shooting and killing his wit, in beti at Baydw in 1995, tiotwith standing a harmless error us. is pe milted by the itial court, A. C. Cruce, S, 11. Russell and A. .1. Morris, tb sttorneya for Byers, this morning tile 1 1 motion to have set aside the order if the supreme court transferring Hie as. to 1 he criminal court of appeals shortly after the creation of the bit er court alleging the order to be mil, Mid Void. The attorneys in their mo inn allege tjhel the criminal court ot ippeals dies not bhVe exclusive appi'l cut Jurisdiction in the raae for Ho reason that the case was transferred from the territorial supreme court o the slide supreme court and by bat court to the criminal coiitt 01 ippeals. The lawyers contend that he criminal conn of ippeals does nit. under the constitution and nndei he act creating the court, have exclu iVC Jurisdiction over criminal cases xcept those appealed direct from the omity and district courts of the -late. judge purman stated in ids opinion thai lawyers should he required try their cases on their merits and nn on technicalities, The liw creai ,ng the criminal conn of Speala ar trtginally enact, i gave the auprenv (ill rt authority to review all cases vihere a constitutional question was alsed, bit' the Second legislature to amended the lata to give thi trimlnal court of appeals excluslvi lurisdic km in a" criminal cases, The biing of the motion, it i tated, leads some or the members ol he criminal court of appeals to In Jeve tnal the lawyers in the case ate sourt. If the supreme POUTt should sustain the motion it win affect hundreds ol rlmlnal cases thai were pending in ndlan Territory and Oklahoma COttrtf it the time of statehood, except thos bat were detetmlaed by the aupn m COUri before the creation of tile Cllm- nal court id' appeals. ELECTS STATE OFFICERS Special to Daily Leader. Tulsa. Okla., Aug. 1 At the state labor federation meeting here the Ok lahoma state council of carpenters and joiners was formally organised with these officers: Prestd iit. Oeo. Walker .Cherokee; (list vice presi dent, I). 10. Ballard, Oklahoma City, second rice president, D, a. Pergu -on. Ardnmre; (bird vice president, 1'. it. Mumau, McAmster; secretary' treasurer, Qeorge McConneii. Bartles vlHe; executive committee, Julius P. I'ie, 1. Baldl Christopher Hiclitnun. Chickasha; s. s Bowser, Bapulpa, NEW ORLEANS LEADING LI E New Oilcans, Aug. 4. To begin serving a sentence of fourteen years Robert .1 Maloney, formerly a h ading law yer of New Orleans, will be taken from here to Hie slate penitential) to nigh'. Maloney was charged 'with forgeries i :eilng 1150,000. OUSTED FROM OFFICE. (By Associated Pies?) Lexington, K. .. Aug. 4 Judge Watts Parker In the circuit court to day declared the oh-olion for city 1 Beers held in HOT null and void on the ground of fraud and corruption methods. The affect of the decision is to oils' Mayor Skaln gad three other othciais from ofhee rue ada clals. who are all Democrats, entered, motion for appeal. OILY 149 OF U.I 1 goidmieo nnrnnu in 7 ;..:!! ALLEGED HOLDUPS ACQUITTED ailv I. s Kh bolding ap a gambling Jolut up ented bv boa Ammerman ami Pntn! Buxton W re acipiitted. h attemptinit E an all da conference at the Thread ill hotel, a committee of Confedei ite veterans yesterday evening de elded ,in Ardmore as the location for the tate home for ex-Confederait1, Representative John " Whayne, ot Carter county, addressed the commit tee in behalf of Ardmore, Ardmore offered ss an Inducement 1 location a ton , acre tract i land. ".J",n in cash, and I heal. Wtater and light fur a period of live years. Three ballots were taken m the toca tion. Ardmore winning on the third. Oklahoma City, also offering a liberal hOBUl ill land and money, was a close second. Representatives were ben from cktremore, Muskogee, Vintta and Sulphur with similar offers. TWO QKLAHOOaMKS GETS JOBS Special to 1 1 lily Leader. Washington, d. c. ug. 4.-Charles M. Arthur of Shawnee and Martin .1 Heal lean d Yukon, okla.. have I n tppointed, guards at the United state enltentiai v at Atlant k !a. District Jtnl A H Huston yes tarda) in the case of Capita! Cttj 1 usltii ss college vs. John Mahoue sheriff, J, V. Kay. assessor, ani Pred W. RHterbusch, treasurer in certain property of the bualne college which was held to be ex 7 IN! 10 KNOW OF ARREST1 Washington, Aug. i.- K. v.. Uowrie 1 1 Lis J, W. Johnson, who registered S1 a local hotel ti week ago f 'otn I'lllsa. Okla.. and J, M. Wilson, of Bui f .1 1, n. . have been arrested at Savannah, Qa., charged with pa saint a forge.1 check for $ir, in payment forty dollar board bill. They an ach held under a thotisand-dollai bon 1 and will be brought back le.'- t week for trial. Uowrie claim is Innocent ami that In- doesn' WSnl his little daughter t,, know th iredlosmeot he is in. Tulsa peopl 1 Washington s.iy they neVCC hear if Low i le SEVENTY-ONE IN SPECTORS IN FIELD H The doner I nn nt of li ipCCtiOn Of ill'' tl.M'e 1,. agri I cation work, of this number twen ty-flve are regular slate Inspectors, while the Others ate paid by the 1 HottS counties, but work under the direction ot the stale twin le board. I he of animal IndUR- ni' 11 tit work i federal department! of ir also has twenty Oklahoma ;.t the pi ing nearly 1no nu gaged in thai work (By Associate,', y'"ss.) New York.. Aug. 4. -Mrs,. Annie Besant, bead of the Theoeoph ieal to clety, arrived here from her home In India Saturday, announces her be lief that Christ will soon make an other personal visit nu earth, She aao 1 that the spirit of Chris! would manifest itself through the specially tnted physical pody m some Western person, possibly a woman, but gsOtU than likely a man. bntnni id PLUCKED Bl CHAUFFEUR j BLOOiMliMGTON SUCH TV CIKULKi STIRRED OV1.K KLI'lyr ottLMUKE H'JSBAU HAS NOTHING TO oAY Contractor Who Was Detendant in Famous Breach of Promise Suit I II, W I! art MM thai have Btirn lacksonvilie :is 1 I l cin I. a of have not been father of Mi--, then, is in I be city Mr. Cherry baa been out of the city ;t is said In an In 1 1 rt lew Mr. i aerrj I a hat he has nothing to give to the pub been in the city, lb' would not admit thai she had gone wfcsta he did n"t know. Hasten bus beep twice ruarried', le has b " ti M the head o! the Dave I'stagns gStrage lor several months. Was a Missouri Girl. uit at Paris, Mo. when he was sued iv a woman of Bloomington, 111., call Ite; his nvrnige to Mrs. t Merry. No family trouble is known be week, 1111 she has been the guest ot relatives out of the city. She has al ways lived ti lil" of luxury. Mrs. 'hi'iry -was formerly Miss Ltaa Uns et t . 11, r father was superintendent 1 building mhI loan associations 1111 ler the administration of Gov, Lon v. tephens, and her am le, W. M. Has- ILL CASE 10 SUPE8I0R COURT Mi ge R, W. Higgtns of the county otitit admitted to probate the a i 1 1 of loseptl A. Harnett, an old mm who lied ,1 few wresl. ago ati ' left a far line of more than 1100,006 to the hurch, cutting tt all his relatives I with one dollar earn, rtiey contesteo hi the ground of menial incapacity. Harnett was pahWCl and was. al '. s heard to abuse churches and itreacnors. aptured ; an in tb ad ire ot a traveling with a M i can giving ins name is Raphael, fi'be MOman said she was the man's wife, nil later gave tie- name of Mar S Johnson. They paid a tine of $10 ! J I I EXPERT OSAGE ROPERS 1 Bartlesvllle, Okla., Aug. 4. Before teg thousand mad 1 3 cheering enthus laata al Athletk park the ropers of b, Osage natlOO easily annexed all ' honors in the first day of the Osage Cherokee contest. Tie' average of I the Osage chleti was forty six aec 1 onds, which stands as one of the ! moat remarkable performances in tint htstOT i'f roping. The Osages also carried oi the prises for the quick est individual time, whin John Mor- rls, who also made the best average, roped an I tied his third steer in j iweni 'eight and three-fotirthrs sec onds. The average lime of the Cher i ot, eo braves was one minute and twenty-one seconds. tilnut double that of their opponents, Three men of c.11 h side engaged in the events.