Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 111, Ed. 1 Friday, January 27, 1911 Page: 1 of 8
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JIOI'Si: PHOYIPKS Illlt commis-
sion to iti:Mi;vi ji i(ii;s.
FIRE MARSHAL BILL PASSED
Measure Creating Now Kintoi Office
linully I'iishiiI Oilier
Bl"il tn tlio World.
Oklahoma City Okla. Jan. 21 T!io
luiix today passed the Holan-Cough-
lln-Clark hill creating a supreme
court commission of five members to
nerve two years in an effort to clear
Hie docket of the state supreme court.
The. commissioners are to ha appoint-
ed liy llio governor one from each
- VWdidul dlHtrlct ut a salary of J3.600
other bills finally passed 'by the
hoiiHu: by Marshall appropriating
1)5000 to geek artesian water III the
I'anhandle; by Mcliehancy making
Crowder of lllllshurg County a court
own; by DeFord to legallzo deeds to
certain lots in Edmond. Hills were
adiunced to third reading: by Wright
making a more Htrlct law governing
bonds by contractors to assure wages
to laborers; by Mnxey permitting real
dent agents of foreign corporations to
live elsewhere than at the state cap-
Senator doublings bill creating the
Mate fire marshal wan finally passed
by the upper house. A special one-f-'
fourth mill tax on Insurance prem-
iums is provided to cover the ex-
pense of the new office.
New bills were Introduced In the
Semite: by Roddle requiring puhllo
funds to bo deposited In guaranteed
. hanks: by Thomas authorizing thu
platting Into town lots of school lands
unliable for the purpose; by Median
requiring architects to ho licensed.
Anil Tipping Itlll Postpone!.
Spc-ia! Iii the World.
Oklahoma City Okhi. Jan 20.
After playing horse an hour tills after
noon the house Indefinitely postponed
the tinti-tipplng bill making It a mis-
demeanor to give receive or permit
as an employer tlio giving or tips.
Champion of Ardmore ami Miller of
Muskogee were the authors. Most of
the members considered It class legis-
lation. TFSTS SHOW IT TO HF. PlTUIl-
WII.L INSPl'tT llLKDS IOH
XI HFJU TLOMS.
The crusade for pure milk for the
buying public of Tulsa Instituted a few
Weeks ago by thu health department
lias already borne good fruit accord-
ing to thu testa that have been made
in tlio municipal laboratory by l'r.
W y. Conway pure food inspector
In tlio health department.
"All of these tests tmido within the
' past week show that Tulsuus are get-
ting a milk far more pure than they
got heretofore. Hut we are not done
with the milk situation. Tlio start
Js hardly begun but you don't notice
those dark spicks In the bottom of
the glass of milk you get at the res-
taurants. Tests will ho made right
along and many things for Improve-
ment In pureness will be suggested
and sotno will suggest themselves."
Among other things which the
health department will cause to he
done Is the Inspection of the various
herds of cows of the dairies from
which comes the milk supply of Tul.
da. Tills Inspection will he In the
main for any tubercular symptoms
that may Infest the herds and will he
conducted by a veterinary. Atten-
tion will also bo given to tlio methods
of the dairy men used In tho transpor-
tation of milk and Its delivery the
conditions that surround tho barns
and the places where the cow are
milked the proper cleansing of the
buckets and cans and all things else
that has to do with tlio pureness of
the widely used liquid.
I'lii.i'Aiii: roii ih:nt yi:ah
Mine of l ead anil Zinc Near .Miami
' Itiiuulng Kcgularl)'
(il'i'i il to tin' VurM
Mtauil okla. Jan. 2!. The lead
and inc mines three miles north of
here are making preparation for the
best year of their existence during
tho coming year. Tho winter having
been so open that nothing has bother-
ed the operators In running thifr mills
steadily and vast amounts of zinc and
lead are now In the bins waiting ship
inent to tho smelters
With the proper handling of the
water by tho big centrifugal pumps
now Installed every mill In tho camp
should be running full blast in the
next sixty days ami the total produc-
tion for the year ID 11 should more
than double that of any previous
The new mills which have r oitlv
tiecn erected are now running like
the old timers and producing their
Quota of or regularly each day.
LITS OVATION AT
o. Tin. ninth
i:r.itv stop -
i w of
Hy sicliiili'il Pr.
M uskogeo okli.
Jan. 26 .The bet
ter seed and livestock demonstration
train touring tho Katy lines on the
third day passed through tho rich
oil fields and fertile farm hinds of the
Arkansas Itiver valley. Tlio crowds
grow larger day by day. The Initial
clop was :it l'ruo. The train reached
Murkogee in the middle of the after-
noon receiving tlio umo hearty grout-
ing as at other stations.
At Hroken Arrow where is located
the Haskell district agricultural
school ibe largest crowd of the trip
had Assembled. A procession of
school children from the rural school!!
from several miles around town and
tlii city schools and student of the
agricultural school with a band pa-
raded. The farmers all turned out.
The banks and stores were closed and
tho town presented a holiday appear-1
anco Hroken Arrow la the biggest
corn town of the run. I
Tho district agricultural school un-
der the ablo supervision of Prof. Ks-
sllnger Is accomplishing groat work
resulting In better farming methods
being introduced materially Increas-
ing the production and adding many
dollars to the wealth of the stato.
The creation by tho state of district
agricultural schools Is a magnificent
Investment and while they hsve been
In existence for only two years the
Increased output of farm product is
Tho demonstration train Is empha-
sizing their work The Interest man-
ifested by farmers In our agricultural
educational system centering In A.
& M. as the fountain head I wide-
spread. Increased attendance Is ex-
pected. Everybody is liberal in prais
ing tho Katy management for run-
I ning tills train.
On account of the southeastern part
i of the stale being infested tho cattle
district train which carries tho best
pure bred livestock of A. & M. col-
lege cannot miko the territory on the
l'.ock Island lines. Tho stock cannot
lie kept In the train for any length of
time. Clean up the ticks and get
ready for next year's demonstration
Coweta i.nd Porter furnished record
crowds. These are the t anner cotton
towns of the tour to d.ito. Over 12-
000 hales of staple was ginned at
these places this season. On account
of cotton pests nffectlng this section
the tlnio of Prof. Sanborn wis ex-
tended. As 'in entomologist Prof.
Sunburn standi it the top of his pro-
fession. In his lecture preventative
methods are stressed.
Kill the hug before lie can raise a
bouse full of worms. Full plow ing Is I
recommended ias tho most practical
successful preventative means of de-
struction of the boll worm and oth-
er pests of cotton and corn crops
The boll worm destroys thousands of
dollars' wortli of corn and cotton an-
nually. Muskogee Is now practically In the
northern border of the boll weevil In-
fected district. Th6 most practical
method of controlling this million dol-
lar pent Is early fall destruction of
cotton stalks. Such varieties of cot-
ton as Mebanes Triumph should he
planted bcrauso It matures more
quickly mid crop can bo harvested In
time to free fields for early fall plow-
ing. Trap crops are considered next
The Muskogee crowd was a record
breaker as to farmers In attendance.
There were fully 2000 on the ground.
The rhnmplon stock farm of Karnes
& Culn exhibited a number of sure
enough rhnmplon Perehon stallions
Tho evening educational lecture
packed the auditorium to It fullest
I'nstern Oklahoma ha made re-
mnrkabln advancement In Agricultural
slnre statehood. Statistics eomrllod
by board of agriculture shows from
50 to 100 per cent Increase tn the
value of agricultural products In Mus-
kogee. Wagoner. Tnlni Craig and sur-
rounding counties during tho past two
years. Farmers from the eastern and
contra! state are now taking up
homes from the surplus Indian land
selling. The land owner declare that
the demand for farms has never been
Emigration from oilier state Is be-
Ing attracted by our cheaper land
healthful and delightful climate and
big yield mule by Oklahoma farmer
this your. The slogan for 1911 Is "a
million nnd one-quarter hales of cot-
ton and two hundred million dollars'
worth of farm products for Okla-
homa." IHitrlct Court on I'ebrunry 0.
Biatrial io tin- World.
T.ihlequah Okla. Jin. 29. Wstrlct
court ror cnerokeo County wqll convene-
In Tahloquah February 6. The
docket both criminal and civil Is
mjch lighter thf.n for any previous
teroi of the court. Tho criminal
cases number St of which three aro
frr murder while of 41 civil cases 17
aio petit. o'is for divorce.
Paving Men In Tulsa.
Quite a number of representatives
of different paving companies arrived
In Tulsa last irlght to bo on hand
when the city commission takes up
consideration of the huge paving oon-
tr.ut. The anticipation Is to pave
something like SO blocks and tha
contract win probably go abovs the
MOt si s OI' ( AN ADA I'MTI'lt
HIATUS CONSIIH.lt TUT PLAN
CONGRESS MUSI BE HASTY
Short Time. Left for American
gri-s to Act Wood Pulp
on I riit List.
By A'.loridtnd ProH.
Washington Juti. 26. Within less
than ten mouths after tin) Initiation
by President Tuft of negotiations with
the Canadian government there wuh
laid simultaneously befuro tlio Amerl-
Ciiu congress at Washington and the
Canadian parliament at Ottawa today
a reciprocity arrangement which It
approved by the leglslutlvo brandies
of the government will do much In
tho opinion of the negotiators to en-
largo und liberalize Iho trade between
thy Fulled Males- and Canada.
The arrangement does not lake the
form of a treaty and much time will
bo asked In the consummation of an
agreement which can bo made ef-
fective by a simple majority vote in
each of tha two legislatures.
Tho animating purpose of Secre-
tary Knox appeared to have been to
procure a reduction of the "high cost
of living" by greatly enlarging the
free list so far as It relates to food
coining from Canada. On tlio other
hand he procured a notable abate-
ment of duties on a number of Ameri-
can products consumed in Canada.
Prominent among these bituminous
coal which Is now exported to Can-
ada In tho value of several million
dollars annually. There is also a
much better opening for American
farm machinery and implements. No
less than HI per oeiit of (bo Canadian
goods Importud Into the United States
will benetlt by a considerable reduc-
tion of the duties. The Interior com-
missioners will remove all d titties on
printing paper and wood pulp clTool-
ed so far as tho dominion government
could do il outside of the limitations
existing In tho laws of the Canadian
provincial governments Imposing an
export duty on wood cut on the crown
laud In Canada but an American
duty will Ho only on a comparatively
small proportion of the Canadian pulp
or wood nut on such crown lands
Tho agreement to become effective
must bo made as laws amendatory to
the cx-istlng tariff nets In tho I'nlted
States and In Canada ami It will re-
quire sharp work to accomplish this
so fur as congress is concerned. In
tlio brief period of time remaining
lor the present session.
IT AKOISIS sI'.M'lt IOV.
These High Tillies I.nllicr
resit (I for Low Stiles.
In these litter days when the cost
of high living Is being emphasized on
eery hand it Is an unwise policy to
attempt to sell things to i cheaply o.
I". Luther was arrested yesterday
evening for an Investigation because
of the f n t th.it he had been soiling
rugs and other articles at a low flu-
tire The arrest wus made by Assist-
ant Chief Moron und Officer Liithuni.
hliaimliiiossoy to li x on Third.
Pete .SliauKliuussey welterweight
arrived in Tulsa lasl night from H.ir-
tlesvllle where he got tho decision
over Pugilist Smith In a six round
go. Two woeks from tonight Hliaugb.
tiOMsey will box before the Tulsa Ath-
letlo Association with ono of the fol-
lowing; Soldier Miller of Leaven-
worth Clarence ICnghsh of Kansas
City or Uuy Huckles of South Oma-
h'V HhouglineSHSiy will bavo hla
workouts dally at the club where he
mav he looked over be the Iwivltur
fans f Tulsa
iii.i i:nmi vn:in' . Wil li
IIKAVV HOT N Kill I'M CH'SM
According to the ''oldest Inhabi-
tant" this is ono of tho most Ideal
summers that ho has over spent In
Oklahoma. While Kaiisans und MIs-
sourlans and the brethren of the
north ore slipping off their back
'porches over uleet-covered steps and
are mending clothes wires that weio
broken under Hie weight of no Icy
coating Tulsans are basking In Iho
purest of undollk'd sunshine uml urn
getting their gardens In Hhupn for
The hot winds from thn south the
last few days have worked no ma
terlal damage to tho crops and thero
Is a heavy pr'npeot for a largo yield
of bluebirds. The sparrow crop will
bo unwontedly heavy and thoro Is
overy Indlcaallon that tho woodehtick
will see tha groundhog's shudder on
February twm nhubsrth and plo-
plunt will soon supplant prunes nnd
dried peaches will be easy and not so
The ohlor complaint heard among
Tulnanl this heated term Is tho kick
agnlnst tha hot sweltering nights.
Tha braeie of daytlma servo to cool
the atmosphere but tho winds go off
into quletudit each night and thuro Is
lltlt ua to go to covert
liill m WORK no
THE SCI1H Hi
iivi NTV-rorit norits or i iti it-
LI'ss IIM.IOIIM. hi;.
SILTS IN lISMIS.s
-i .T3 '
Hy Ainnrintfd I'ich.
Wheeling W. V.i
struggling for more
with the testimony.
Jin. 2'V After
Hi. in 21 hours
the Jury In thel
case of Mrs
with poisoning her
husband John O shenk who lias
recovered announced late today that
11 could not reach a verdict.
Judge Jordan discharged tho Jury
and Mrs. flehenk I again tn Jail
awaiting another trial. The final
voto of the Jury was 1 1 to 1 for ac-
quittal. On tho first ballot eight
voted for acquittal three for convic-
tion and one Juryman refu.sod to vote.
ATTORNEYS IX ill foil OF LUlOlt
I'UIiSKNTM Illtli r TO THIS
Washington Jan. 2R. --Soma light
on the reported adjustment of the
controversies between the American
Federation of Labor and tha Hook's
Stove and Itange company of St.
Louis was shod today by the attor-
neys for company In filing a brief In
the "boycott" and "contempt" cases
brought by tho St. Louis company
against the federation These cases
tire up for argument before tho su-
premo court of tho Cnlted Slates.
"Wo deem It due both to the court
and ourselves." said the attorneys
Daniel P.ivonport am( J. J. Darling
In tho brief "to stale that we were
without information to tlio effect that i
thero had been an adjustment and
upon application by us to our clients
the Muck's Stove and Range company
for tho fuels In that regard we wuro
advised by It that although It Is now
on friendly terms with the Federa-
tion of Labor thero had been no set-
tlement of tlm tvto coots or contro-
versies now pending In the court."
President Samuel (iompers Vice-
President John Mitchell and Set-re-tary
Morrison ull of the Federation
of Labor were In court today wail-
ing for the cases to bo argued.
Chief Justice While entered Into
an agreement with the counsel In the
cases to devote tomorrow to tho con-
sideration of tlio controversies.
SIK U'W.II'K STIJ V OM:s
I on jus siiAiti: or Tin.;
Vug on officer Adams' beat worn
much In evidence around the pollen
station y.-st. rday tlvit trusty officer
having bugged six vagrants In a few
hours' time. Among thorn was thn
notorious Wilt Stern defendant many'
times in bicne oiasea In the past fowl
OFFICER Hi VACS
years. Otlu rs arrested were: Nam''"""' man. Willi. nn Trotnian his us-
Chbholm John McUulrc Harry How.! "Want ami Harry Miller constitute
ard. alius Tex N'oah. Jim Jnliiison in 1 ' tlin complement of the park force
First Street Is a camping ground
for the viei-atus una milll.P tll)J
Uructlons of Chief Newblork this
thoroughfare Is to be cleaned up so
that rispcctahlu people may use it
A stnl.'M I if. I th' best policy.
.V. .thlu' sil ks as tight as a stamp
that's h"cii put on by mlstako.
Till: VU AMILIt.
rijr Awiriitli'1 Pie"
Washington Jnn. 20 Oklahoma;
unsettled and colder Friday rain or
snow and ladder tonight or (Saturday.
MOAT VT.ATIWR Yr.sTr.RDAY
i ir It M lli'i' Iioimiii tili.Liv. r I
TlMl'IIMII hi M'lvuiiiim 7-' minimum
St; tun! fp.in "mi'Ii luiii)' (ioiol)-.
PARK CTKIFJ IN
i mui uiuiuiii in
wnrn nn niwno
hddu jjt ruiiuo
ll(P.I PltlNIDIA T Sl'Mi.S $.!l
OHO IS van i i:i.
HAS BEEN DONE
ity M is Three Pailn Totaling 7
Anei Owen Park and Soino
Idea of It.
Tliat the public park system of
Tuls.i should lia'e a working capital
of $ r I) . 0 U tl was the statement of Will
Lynch president of tho Tulsa park
It was a good move when Tulsa
voted a 125.000 bond Issue u year ago
last June to devote to a system of
puhllo parks" said Mr. Lynch. "1
believe that evdry dollar t-xpeiuled
was stretched Just as far us II would
go and slllt do full duty" continued
the park board president "itul
now have a working capital of about
$3li0i) and this must do as until the
end of the fiscal your the last of next
Since tho Inception of tho public
park system of Tulsa there has been
something llko $:1S000 devoted for
this purpose The greater part of
tills money was required to get the
first essential of public parks land.
Tho bond Issue voted' was f 25.000.
Lust year the park fund received one
mill of the total taxation of tho city
or about $1000. This year fiscally
tha benefit to the fund was cut down
to one-half mill and the park hoard
was given tho sum of $5 0H0 to curry
out Its work.
(if thetotol amount that has gone
Intir the Tulsa park fund there Is
about $:l.iti0 on band at the present
time The first Investment mado by
the park board was that of purchas-
ing what is now Owen Park twenty-
sex en acre Ideally situated III the
northwest park of Tulsa. For this
was paid $n.ri0l). Another Investment
was thai made In the purchase oi
Central Park containing about 13
acres lying at tho east end of Sixth
slreet und another admirable loca-
tion for an accessible beauty place.
For this plot of land the park board
paid $7M10. Following that the
board purchased 30 acres outside the
present f-liy limits lying adjoining
Orenlt Lake For this they paid $.1-
C i 0. nnd christened Iho place Wood-
ard Park. For natural beauty It Is
probably the grimiest of any of the
three porks bin up to this time It has
r Meed llitlo attention on account of
the shorinesj of funds ami the more
l extended preparations which linve
been given (ien Park.
From the following It will be seen
that tho park board Invested about
the original amount secured by tlie
bund Issue In procuring 70 aires of
park grounds. Fur tho Improvements I
of these grounds Iho board has re-
cehed about $15000 and has expend-j
ed for tills purpose something less
than $10 000.
It was Intended that tho present year
would see at least one of these parka
Owen made the delight of all and
this will probably be done although
soino attention Is to
be given Central
Park In the wav of preparing It for
the reeeplbui of tile pulillo
The work at a citv park Is similar
to work In any other line always
something to do. Out at Owen Park
at (his time John Mc:cnbaclier mip-
ti i ltn I of parks and secretary of
the pick 'bond
Is to say the least a
and there aro always those "thous-
and and one" things to keep them
everlastingly at It.
At tho present tlmo there Is somo
little preparation of the grounds be-
ing carried out for spring planting.
Poll will sour and It takes an applica-
tion of lime to iigutii place It In enn-
flltlon of proper suitableness for phuiLMdo of the park Is a ravine which will
irrowlng The gi nhoiiso at owenihe turned to good use by a series of
Park Is perhaps th" hi cue of the dams and tho construction of numer-
ffresfost activities at this time. Tboril'"is ponds for the growing of lilies
are now about II.O'io plants growing and water flowers. These w lead
In It nnd by early spring this number up to nlngoon which will be provided
will have Increased to 18000 or 20- the western end of the park. Near
000. It Is nn easy llilmr to vniimei ate tho center of the park It Is contem-
tlie number of plants but when It Is plated to erect a pavilion suitable for
called to attention that Individual at-tho holding of publle festivals. There
tetitlon at S'ltne lline must be given to Is also a necessity of sotte and
almost each of those their handling swings about the grounds and It Is
becomes a matter of more severe Ini- purposed to provide those for the com
pnrtance. The growing of plants log season Twenty-live gas lights
from outlines commands more t tnio will bo Installed In the wooded sec-
nnd attention than does (he growing Hons. It Is also proposed to provide
of pin ii i hi from seed and lliero are seats and swings In Central Park for
thousands of sin-h rollings in tha 'the coming summer months but the
Owen Park greeiilioico now vaiiegat-1 principal work to be done In Central
ed emblems of plant beauty that will this year will 'he confined to cleaning
Inter be transplanted In numerous it up.
design beds of flowers In the spai loiisj Outside of tho cost of the grounds
grounds of tho park. for the parks and the work that has
A novelty In plant culture nt Owen
Pnrk Is represented In the seven cocoa
inns ri po.il u g In a snndy bed at one
end of tho greenhouse Those nuts
were given to tho park hy Chauncoy
Owen from whom the park was
bought who brought them with him
from farawny Honolulu. Tha nuts arejvlding thu greenhouse and healing ap-
yet within the hull the outer covering burnt us and It Is claimed that an-
of tho shell. For tho past six months other gi nliouse will shortly have lo
these huge nuts have lain dormant In he built to lake care of tlio demands
the moist warmth of their beds hut! of tho parks.
several weeks ago a gii en sprout! The park board U coinposod of four
thrust Itself through thn outer cover-
lug of one of them and is now protrud
Ing n In hi t nn Inch. None of its breth-
ren have shown signs of life us yet.
Not many persons havo soon a cocoa-
nut ns It comes from tho tree and far
fewer havo seen the start of a young
tree. To these It Is well worth a trip
to the park to see and learn.
Owen Park lias also profited
through Its runner owner who
brought bu.k with him nun lpol-
JURIST TELLS JURY MEXICAN REVOLT
ABOUT ELECTIONS; niiuiiin mm
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ll l l S MWOIt AMI (Hill US
AI'I'LAH lll l'dlli; 11'KoltS.
by Ahormli t'rihl
liiiinllle 111 Jan. Cl'i Judge I'.
It Klmhrough Mayor Louis Plait and
half a score of Democrats went be-
fore the Vermillion County grand Jury
today and told w hat they knew of Iho
vote traffic In tlio elections during
the last year and a half. Outside of
Klmbroimb none of the w Illnesses
were In the luoulstorlal chamber long
enough to tell any d
lulled account of
Piatt was Inside the guarded door
about three minutes but Klnibrough
was there for an hour and seventeen
minutes. Ilefore entering his own I
grand Jury room Klmhrough said
that bo was prepared to tell every-
tiling tho Jury asked even disregard-1
Ing tho year und a half limit sot by i
Karl Chambers the chauffeur wliol
drove tho automobile used hy the Jur-
1st and mayor to distribute money oil
election day testified as did a score I
of others. C. L Fngllsh president ofl
the First National Hank of which
Klmhrough Is vice-president appear-
ed to tell about the withdrawals of
money from the bank at election time.
( HOI'S OF IIOVS AN I)
C.IKI.S" IOU COVNTHV.
Ity AftNarUlisJ I'ri'KS.
New l'ork Jan. 2tl. Scieiitlllo race
breeding to produce better "crops of
boys and girls" was advocated to-
night by William A. McKeever pro-
fessor of philosophy in tho Kansas
Statu Agricultural College address-
ing the Child Welfare F.xhlblt.
"I want to sen your great citizen
Carnegie" lie said "put down anoth-
er ten million for the elimination of
delinquency through scieiitlllo rautf
breeding. I regard his recent peace
foundation as mm of the most signif-
icant events of tlio century: but the
results of this oilier movement would
bo even belter. What we most no"d
to do Is to slop the mud vruxn for
making money and go more directly
Into thu husdness of making men
"Hotter as a niodo of defense than
all of the dreadnought's money oould
boll I would ho tho development of
virility In the race through aeloclive
marriage and tho bettor training of
tho young. Through Hcieiitlllo devel-
opments of Iho young during the next
bliy yours we could develop such tt
high type of spirituality that no greed
Inspired foes would think of leveling
their guns on us. Half a century of
such scieiitlllo child training as the
Interest on our war expense would
make possible and would ibureaso
the Inhabitants of our orisons ami
asylums ninety per cent.
"If wo are to hav a better crop of
hoys nnd girls there must bo some ef-
i'i ctlvo regulation of the marriuge
tnens of plant life from tlio Hawaiian
Islands and donated them to tho up-
building of the park. Included In those
lire varieties of tlio date palm and
different luitlvo wild flowers of beaut-
There Is much work that Is contem-
plated for the present season at Owi-n
Park This will Include the work
which was conducted last year which
will be nn a more ample s ulo and
tho general Improvement of the
grounds 1 1 ii ii til nig along the north
been done on them a hums lias been
built for the superintendent of parks.
I situated In Owen Park. A small barn
'has ulso been built and a team and
j wagon provided together with tha nee
1'sMirv tools for working the soil. Quito
l an outlay of cash was needed in pro-
represeiilallve Tulsans. one from each
ward of the city The other mem-
bers besides Mr. Lynch lire John Wal-
ker Arthur liaiidalt und David Shut-
Tiilsatu win) visited owen Park dur
lug thn heat of last summer and
found U cool retreat beueulh tlio trees
mirroiiiiilvd Willi floral beds as ap-
Petkurs for the eyes will this season
have much mora cuuio la visit their
Uwt yiar'a luuuts
itti.vun m ws iri.isoi rivu
urn ii it it i.t. ist m:lu.
INDIANS JOIN THE REBELS
Wlltl Tropical louiilry l imbic Ho-
I'els to I Mi l'ederals With
liy .Uftiii'ttlt-it l'rin
Mexico City Mex Jan. JR. P.e.
luted news of a five-hour battle he.
tween the federals and rebels ncif
San J u.i u Fvangellstu southwest of
Coatu acoalcos reached here today.
Tlio rebels estimated at 400 strong
who had been pillaging the ranches
In the Aotiytieau district routed th
government troops on January 21
with a loss to tlio federals of Hire
killed and seven wounded. The re-
bel loss is not known.
After the battle Captain ftonefa-
leso of the federal army with his
aide was attacked by the revolution
ists while on route to Arayuean and
took refuge In a church at La Cruse
del Mllugro and made a heroic de-
fense. The rebels fired tho building.
Hie tw0 unfortunates meeting death
In the flames.
The revolt la reported to have mani-
fested Itself also in OJItlau Kl Hiielo
Tuxtepoc and Ciltepec and l:i North-
orn oaxaoa. Tho robels are chiefly
Indian laborers poorly equipped.
Little fear is entertained by tho au-
thorities that the revolt in that quar-
er will Mttaln large proportions for
the reason that the Oaxaeans are nen-
erully loyal to the Diaz government.
Troops have alriMily been sent from
Cordoba and Orizaba and the gunboat
Vera Cruj! will take others from Ouln-
tati lloo in Yucatan.
According to a dispatch for Tlorrt
rtlanoli to the Herald today a clash
Occurred last night at Tuxtepee r-
suiting In considerable losses to both
sides. Tho region is tropical and well
adapted to the tactics of Indian war-
faro. In the north Navarro Is ild to
have left Clndad In search of the main
body of rebels believed to be In
force at Santo Lunas and Telolm ahic
where an encounter Is expected.
I lOHTir IULIOT 1'OU I NITKII
STMTS SFNATOU IN-
(1IAN(.II. Bf AnnriittiM l'irs.
Albany N. Y. Jan. 2(1 Another
throe days) truce wait declared to-
night in tho deadlock to elect a Uni-
ted States senator. The loaders o(
both houses of the legislature said
that there would he no quorum o
the Joint assembly tomorrow. Wil-
liam F .Shecnhan whose strength on
the eighth ballot lodov showed no ap-
parent diminution Intends to g home
The legislators who hope to settle
the controversy by an amicable con-
ference are encouraged hy the action
of the Democratic league which to-
day favored such a method.
Cuiiciim Is Suggested.
My Asuociate.l Pri-M.
Dos Moines Jan. 20. An effort l
I being mado tonight hy tho support-
j ers of Kenyon and Funk In the legis-
lative deadlock to get tho supporter!
I of Young the standpat candidates to
j agree to a general caucus and the (lis-
I posal of the senatoilal question. The
I standpatter declare that they will
not sign. The vole today show ed no
itoiusi its t oor.xt.w Mvni'
DAKINO i:scpi: I li lt IMS.
A KM 1 NO TWO ol I It Ills.
si i ll to iho World.
Clariiioje Okla.. Jan. 21. Two
negroes who held up MC'loary
! druggist and the Sp.irk.t restaurant
j at Oolagan this morning and secured
'about t'-li dollars' and escaped down
! the rtllroud trick were captured at
the Verdigris bridge by Deputy Shor-
j Iff Hubbard and assistant.
Hubbard placed them In charge of
his assistant tireeit with a shotgun
for a guard. The n uroes bested
Oreen secured the nun followed Hub-
bard and secured his revolvers and
made their escape going south alonsT
the river Sheriff Sunder wis noti-
fied and he sent 0ut a piv.su of a do.eit
men this afternoon Their capture I
T. Milan Pinched.
J. Slgau the proprietor of a Smth
Itoston Avenue pool hall was arrest-
ed yesierdnv by Officer Walker on I
charge of vlolatiiu tlio hooao law. 1U
gave bond lor his appear itico In pj
Ike court tliU lujniini.
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