Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 141, Ed. 1 Friday, March 3, 1911 Page: 1 of 8
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Space Uut Pays For
The World Sells Spaco
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I'u.iM sn it on mi asi iti: Mi.rs
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DCMCERATS KILLING TIE.
Miiitiiil.v MomhiTsi I'm- Dilatory Tin-
lies Id Pcloul I lie Vlininlstrnllnil
llv As. . in 1 1'r.m.
n; tiiiitjii Marh 3.-Tin- senate
fl'F 11 11 1 I'll lOIISllll'llllllll (if till' lllll til
ft' lit. ii pcrmum til tniitr hoard nt
I":1!0 o'clock tills morning. I'ltlll Unit
h'u'r .ho nlcht fi ssioit wn occupied
With till postoffioe (! i i I- j . 1-i itloll 1111
liilil nsli. 111 nil litir'inil li il Hluti'
blu.rlly nftrr midnight.
A rnnlcst wus slat ti.l 1 1 it in c Hull ly
hy S"tt.'ittr Hale Iti v:tntil tltf sett-
lit' t'i 'iruc
tin- naval ut-
r cote I deration
ii ih. tn- ff
I . I ; 1 i I'lll.
11.1 Who pl'es'
nf tin- ntifinl' In
It. ri'iiilr. il
i roll rail
ti il"i'lli' the Issue hi f;
lcv criilec. the senate ii
nr uf 'i ti. i I n'
lln'iur tn r -1
ci" .1 wilh the iiaMil I. Ill hy a vntc nf
:n tn H7.
li'ii'lmr Hip flay thi flrtni prtpi'il
till' H-li'lnll (llilntniir tilul rmiuillar
fnrtll Ii a'li'tt nn! military in'mli'tiiy
1.11N iintwIthslaiiilliKr thi. fart tl'iit
th'Tr vpx cvory Inillr.iiltui Unit tin'
IViiiorratH w'rrp nrrklnu tn drlay iir-
tlnn on ttu Rtiiily ntcasurrs
Si litany itipMsa i:ff frnru !iii?lneH
inrii htiyn jinitri'il In nii'm the Urimli-
llrun Iriirlim nrulnn thoni tn Iipkii-i Ii
I'r.slilrttt Tuft nnt tn rail nn extra
Hisslnn that the nnrty Iraili r.s! hpcanif:
(ll.stnrlii'il ii'hnnt thi fnlurii of tho
Mimy of thn roinmerrlnl Intfrcnta
' Innlntod thiit f'nnaillnn rcrliirorlty whs
nut worth what In wnnlrl cost the.
party. Tho conimiinloitlnnii or at
li'int mnny of thim were taken to
tho White limine nni rreslrtpnt Taft
let It heconio known that hp likewise
' hml heen hnmharileil by mPSsnKes of
Ai-enrillnn tn thu bent Information
Treslilent Tuft hn. not wavererl In
the rtetermlnntlnn to mil nn extra
ixppMimi but has mnln It clnir that he
wmiM assemlile cnnRrpim noms time
between March 15 rind 20 If tho sen-
lite failed to not upon the PunaUlun
lii'iiiotTiiu In 1 llllitistcr.
Washington March 2. Tha death
knell of the bill creatliiK a pi rmunnntj
tariff board of five tnt'inlnm prohulily:
wiih Hotimled late tliln aftrrnuon In
tho HvsMiun of the Hrfiinte
Tho Demotruts had cnndiii'ted what
they holleyed to be a surcessfiil ri 11-
s buxtcr nRitlnut It alt'iouKh they stron-
muiBly protostod that their larlU's
jihould not bo bo considered
Ponator after senutnr on tho nem-
ocratlc Hide nroee to npeuk. Thrro!
wild nlhliiK but talk and inure of It;
In Hlnht and from tho InlHiirely wayj
tlie senators were K"ln.r about their i
reiiutrkx tho proocedliiKH mlKlit easily
hue been mlHtaken lor tho dull duys
nf Incumber rather tliun as cnniinn
iH hourH helore the consliuitluiial
time for adjournment.
The Democrats hud been liislstlni;
In the uftrrnonn tliut tltcy nuuld bo
Klud to co-operate on tho approprla-
i tlon bllid but that If thexo blila witj
to be held bark of tho tariff boeird
bill measure they ntlll bad "wry Im-
portant speeches to make."
Ntliatur Uwon of Dklahnina how-
e'er would not be bmind by this
URi'i'cment Ho said he would do
all in his power to force an extra scr-
Rlnn and diHlred hi veral of tho more
Importuut npproprlitlloii bills to no
Into that KiNsion.
At 4:65 p. m. when tho nttetnpt
to force the tariff board hi I to a vote
was abandoned Mr. McCurnhcr culled
tip tho pension appropriation bill.
This hud the effect of laying uslde
tlm tariff Indefinitely.
The Democrat!) offered no objection
to tho pension bill ivuryiiiR 1153000-
000 until Senator Scott attempted to
put tho Sulloway general norvice pen-
sion bill on tha appropriation meas-
ure as a rider.
The Huiloway bill would add about
$50000000 to the annual roll and
tvould jrrant pensions Indiscriminately
to veterans of tho civil wtir who had
nerved DO duys and had reached the
nno of 6SI years.
Until llotiMS Work At Nllit
WuNhlnKtnn March I. Moth
houses of Congress are lit session to-
tilKbt The Ponutu Is workiiiK on the
piiHtofflco oppriiprliitlnii bill RKaliiHt
whcli the Dcniocratit ire rcsortiiK to
obstructive tactics to prevent If pon-
Bible a resumption nf consideration
of tho permanent turlff board meas-
ure. Tho house of representative Is
murklifK time and actinic upon con-
foronce reports and Mnuio measures
b-h rapidly as they sre rocolved. At
1(1:31) p. m. tho Indications pointed to
a Into seMiiiin nt both ends of the cap-
liui with an all nl(lit sitting proba-
ble In the M'tiato.
Henator l'e erlile announced Jie
would sock to have the tariff buird
niousuro called up at nildnlicht. lto-
Istancu will be made by th Demo-
crats who cMpect encom'uneinent
from rtcpulillcuiis in charge of sup-
Oheru Is n raddly irrowlnu feullnic
ibout the Senate that ono or more of
tho supply measure win fall of nis-
uko and go over to tho extra session.
Curroll I'un. ral llcbL
raltlmorc. Mur. The funeral
services of former Governor John Leo
r"rr"" '" held at the cathoUrnl
dm: hi aih oi k i:di.d
My Associated Press.
Helena M .ul .. Mur. 2.
Henry 1.. Mjcrs 1 it'iiHMTiii "f
Kayvlllc County was elected
United Slabs Bollillol' In Mlc-
ftrcl Senator Curler mi Ilia
7 1M 1 1 Joint ballot t 'JU H 1 1 1
Sl.W I'i: toMIHMS NoMIN VI IONS
Hcprc-.ctimtho IlKiil'il pprocd in
Minister In Poilugul.
1 Ass 1 lilt " il I'l l s..
Washington M ir h 2.---The Semite
tilay run r . rm ill thi. following: Unb-
elt i. I'.nili'y assi'dant secretary of
tli. irmMiry; .lulin S. Fuslim chief
anil (i. 1' liiililiiMitt assistant chief
inspector ul' I itiit!vn I n. Irts lln-
ry H. Hniil'.'il niiiilMi-r ti l'l'i'l m-nl ;
Arthur ('. 1 n ntisii jinlui' nf tho
Sixth -1 1 1 1 1 ; Al. ms I'. Aim 11 .Inline
i.f tin. Kant rn ill trl't nf .M jrlilran;
(ltir lilt W. .Sr.siinllM 1 1 111 (if lll
W'rstt rii illxliirt ul' .Mirlilnati: Charli-H
I). Winner. Jinlti' nf MirlilKtn; .'llas
trii t nf J i 1 1 Iv an a.
HANDS Ctl'l': SAYS ti: s.
Oklahoma's Drruni nf Anncviitloii Is
Kuilcly Mintlcicil. i
By Ansui illt il I'lfs..
AuHtin Mivrch 2. Tlio riH"Iullun
Introduced In the Oklahoma Iwunk of
representatives In favor nf the iinncxa-i
tion of the Texas panhandle by (khi-
liouia was cnuiitrn il today by the ln-
trndncllon nf a rcsnliion In tho Iiocsd
'respectfully rrconimendliiK that oilier
stales ntnl terrltorli'H do not mciidlu
with the boutu irles of Texas."
.M!IW.rrK MIIUONAIHK IX)
UK ItlLlillASI I I HO.M 1KAVKN
Hy Amorinted Pren.
Leavenworth March 2. After
spending- nearly six years in the fed-
eral prUion Flunk U. IliKi low the
millionaire banker will be released
from the government pnuil Institu-
tion hero tomorrow uccorilin to un
authoritative report received here this
The ri'ccm'inei.datlon of the parole
board which was In nesslon two
weeks ugo has been approved by At-
torney Ueneral Wlckeisheim. and
lllgclow will leave as soon us the flnul
preparation for his departure can be
made at tho penitentiary. Uo will go
dlrectiy to Milwaukee upon his re-
lease. Trunk Q. BIki Iow is with the prob-
able exception of John Wulsh of
Chicago the most noted prisoner In
tho federal Institution here. Ha was
coiuinittod to thn penitentiary June
11 1905 to serve u ten year sen-
tence for tho misuse of the funds of
the First National Kiinlt. of will h he
health Is not materially affect-
ed nuil about tho only chunge to be
noted In his appearance Is that his
hulr has turned to a fust gruy during
tlm years of his confinement.
INSUKKIXTOS ox ItAll).
SIvUs-ii .Mexican Itebcls Visit llani li
of Wealth) .Man.
By AiKociutC'd Prekii.
Nogiilcs Ariz. Mur 2. A band of
sixteen Innurrectos last night raided
the t'oco Cuira ranch owned by An-
tonio Urcto. a wealthy merchant of
Nogules and escaped with ull the
horses saddles ami nrm on Che
place. Tho ranch Is 40 miles from
A telegram to rrcsldent Sandoval
at Nogules Sonora savs a bund of
InsiirrcutoB wiih defeated In a clash
with federals nt Altar 30 miles south
of Nogales and the leader and nine
of his men were taken pr. nonius.
No Dcpovv Succt'Miur
Hr Amnciaieii l'ri-i.
Albany Mar. 2. That no success-
or to United Stales Senator Chauncey
M. Dcpew will ba elected betore the
expiration of bis term on Mulch 3rd
became evident tonight when most of
the members of thu legislature de
parted for their homes after arrung
lug epulis until Tuesday next. Anoth
er futile bullut wus taken today.
llohlH-rs Muku lllg Haul.
By Alnrlulfil I'n'Bl.
Diiylnna l'lu. Mar. 2. A scries of
robberies ciilmliuuliig tn the burglary
of tho home of Mrs. linger Wlnfnld at
Ken Dreeze lust night Is estimated to
have netted a gang of burglurs more
than 150000 .In Jewerly.
New President In Salvador.
My Asmirmtt'il Pnnn.
San Salvador. ltcrnMlo of Sulvador.
.March . Dr Manuel K. Araujo
was Inaugurated president of Salva-
dor yesterday. There N general sat-
Isructlon that tbo change of ndmlms
trutlon has been accomplished with-
Dig Leaguers nl Work
By Asviirlstcil Pro.
Hot Siuiiigs Ark. Mar 2. Pitch-
ers and catchers were given work-
outs toduy by the Cluclniuiil Nation-
als and. St Louis Aniei leans. llolh
teams are now ut regular practice
Aged Mlssouriaii Dies
Br Amoellfil I'ri'n.
St. Joseph Mo. Mar. 1. Colonel
John S. Tyler aged 73 a native of
Virginia and active In affairs uf tho
rpien army la Missouri died here
CHIMSF. llMM! HY lll(H-M'
1 AClOKIHNt. TO Itl 1'oltT.
MILLIONS ARE STARVING
I Mlniali'il That Million l'r.1.' W 111
I He llrl'ni'i' I'l i"tir Ik
llv A inti-1 Prut.
r.kiiig Cl.iua M.ir.-li
:nd the plamie nte si . . 1 1 i.-. iir
I'lilua The known ibatbs n u v " i-
00H ami ai eorilliu; to the ulie i.il M.i-
thlilies til' Hell ll) lull n. :.i:.
Dortor S'lninl 'n l ean an Atmrl-
raii who is eiigaceil in relet w..rK
"niie mll"nn people will die be-
fore the first crop Is liurv esli d. This
will be seiinty beeai :n the ipl
have not the strength to till the lt
ntnl no. ii ii I in ii I m remain !'r p'
Jaan and Huns a luive oll'eieil in-
sislanre but only In u few pi ns
have these offers been iircepteil tho
I'liiiiise not liking ;o rcUe favnrs
I ri i m foreigners wine-" pnlitteal mo-
tives they liisti'UHl l'h .si. ims en-
gaged In combatting the di.-o i'-e nro
of tho nplnlon that warm weather
will kill the grins.
It Is said by tho niiillnil author
ities that such all epidemic a: tho
present one which is entirely pneu-
monic has not visited tho world since
the middle sges. A relief committee
composed of foreigners at Shanghai
Is collecting money.
So far Japan and America are the
only foreign countries that have con
tributed to aid the sufferers but even
the extensive iisslsuiuco that has
come from the I'nlted States have
been entirely Inadequate.
It is estimated that two million peo-
ple ure without food and are exist
ing on roots grasses or an; thing that
afford tho slightest possibility of
ni;w ai.ti'ittik m:txmi.
Avlatur Holland ITics I '()." 2 l'tvt
Abovo Sea Level.
Mexico City Mar. 2. Holland Car-
ros flying a Moisu-nt. . .uioiiopki.ua.
reached a height of 4758 feet above
the valley of Mexico today. The al-
titude hero Is 7294 foot thus giving
him an altitude from sea level of
12052 foot. Carros carried a buro-
graph. This Is the greatest altitude
ever attained In an aeroplane above
the sea level.
(ilTIIItllJ I'OST.MASTKll N A M IT)
rrcsldent Noiiiliiutes WUhnr McCoy
for Oklnliomn Job.
By AMtieUti il Presa.
Wasliington Mar. 1. James H.
Napier a negro. of Tennessee was
named by President Taft today as
register of tho treasury. The presi-
dent also nominated Wilbur M. Mc-
Coy to ba postmaster ut Guthrie
MKMOIUAL roll IIIJUO I'bliHV
Congress to Spend t'J.VUKM) In 'J'l'lbuto
to Sea l ighter.
By AnnnrlAtt'i l'regk.
Washington Mar. 2. Thu house
this afternoon passed a bill to up-
prnpr'.nte $257000 for tho erection of
a memorial to Put In Hay Ohio In
1913 In commemoration of Commo-
dore Perry's victory on I.ako llilo
In tho War of 1S12.
1ong Dcbato In Par lament.
Hy A HncetHtccl Pri'sM.
iHindon Murch. 2. Four days of
uninspiring debate given to a meusuro
Involving a great constitutional re-
form came to a conclusion tonight
and on tho second 'ending tho veto
1111 wan passed by a ma orlty of 125
tho vote being SOS to 243. Prior to
this tho hoiiM took dlvVon on Aus-
tin Chamberlain's amendment with a
mmjorlty of 121 against It.
Angry Husband SlmoH.
By Aftmii'litti.il PrruN.
El Push March 2. A. S. Ornham.a
wagon driver shot his mmher-ln-luw
Mrs. Louisa Mucins and his wife and
then killed himself. Tho shooting
followed services In n divorce suit filed
liy the wife. Tho women may recover.
Two Midshipman llcslgn.
By Aflneiti.(l Premi
Washington March 2. Two mid-
shipmen have tendered f'elr resigna-
tions to Secretary of the Navy Meyer
nnd will enter the coast artillery
corps of tho army. They aro CI. It.
Meyer of Minnesota and L A. Mc-
Luughlln of Arkansas.
Now Itlllliird llecoid.
By Aninf Inttil IVett
Iendon March S. Heorgo Orny
tho Australian bllllnrdlst In a gntne
at Southhampton today m.ido a new
world's record at Htiv-llsh billiards
with a run of 15711. The record had
previously beon held by Huberts who
Puutx-o Makes Crow Hi.
By Amnrlntril J'c.iu.
Washington Murch 2 I'opitlntion
statistics of the thirteenth census
announced today Included Pawnee
okla. 2161 In 1910. and 1943 by the
census of 1907
Woman's Suffrage lulls.
By AniHntcd Press.
Topeka. March 2. rfnldentbil
suffrage for women was voted down
tonight by the houso In committee of
the whole ISO to 4. a'te- It ' nd been
acted upon favorably by the Butiute.
IS AMIUi.llH S.
ll)' AsStlClaltll Pl'CSS.
New tul'h Mar. 2. I .
That I lit! most 11 1 11 1 .i i; i ' i
term In the lltiglisli lungae '
ilf-l:i-oil VV" 11 1 in in V. ..llmg
till! I'll I III ' Hi .1 . 11 1 1--1 IV ll' II
asked point M.inK lo.luj li' li.
lo i ll Alum lii uli. .ni u li
SIIIHK Mm !l' ) UK .mm
IliK alli'K 'I I'll -n Ii "I I i'"
i iitiiri y hi i . Aii i' i
i-i.iMi' I'liuil la alii ' ii
'i .i 1 1 j ijt-l o 1 -1 linn ii r
I i i t ii tit ilei la
was lacking in h
lor tho I'liiinlin'.
ia I n n
Managers of N'mlli (ami
Arrested for t 'iiu-iog li nlde
By Assi nil il 1'1'-m.
Amharst .. C M in h '.' Tli.'
deflection of twenty in. cl ank n li en
the ranks nf the stMl.lm; colli 'l i : t
tlie Spllllg Jilt lllille el' li e I I l.i'.l'i
k'l Id Company was followed te l l't
by ci riotous ilemoii.strat . ..i t i.i-t
piled In by nearly !W0 Mr '..uni i
filzers in which James Mi..' . imi')-:
uger of the mill was in ci'. .
Troops Were called nut I. -it l"' oe
the sonllers arrived the Immi ' i1
mechanics had been w n cl.ed. V.'li 11
tlm troops nppciiri il the a " t
clear. Leaders of the stvlke b" e I
wnrrants fur the art"st of M.iiiih;ii'
Shaip and tho chief of the e unpain s
(tu-ciiil police charging the oi l iciais (
wilh having Incited thu riot. Until !
men w ere arrested.
roK.MKH NICAK(.IA. PKIM.
Di;T MAUKS Iti n iiU Al l K
IPON TAb'V l'Ko.M lllll. sslll.s.
By AnorjHtetl rrm.
New Orloans Mar. 2. In a sixteen
page pamphlet entitled "rei illation of
the statement of President Tall" re-
ceived here from Drusscls Jose San-
tos Zeluya former president of Nic-
aragua Indulges In bitter denuncia-
tion of President Taft and this gov-
ernment's policy of aggression in Lat-
' ' I? brands President Taft as a shin
derer accuses tho United States gov-
ernment of having "shamelessly aid
ed the rebellion" In Nicaragua; of
having "bought consciences" to fur-
ther Its scheme of aggrandisement
and warns Latin Americans that tho
purpose of the Tuft administration Is
to seize the Central Amerlcun re-
publics. Zolaya's late attack was called forth
by what ho termed '.'unjust accusa-
tions against me" contained In the
president's annual message In De-
cember. In that message President
Taft referred to Zelaya as "the dis-
turber of Central' America" and said
that the people of Nicaragua were
dually driven Into rebellion by his
lawless exaction and that Zelaya vio-
lated the laws of warfare by the un-
warranted execution of two Ameri-
can citizens who had regularly en-
listed in tho ranks of tho revolution-
ists." .TAIL WKDDIXti lMU'.VIATl ll.
Itrldul Ilirty United at Doora of
By Asioelnti'd I'reRii.
Chattanooga March 2. Only the
Interference of the stuto attorney gen-
eral today prevented tho marriage In
jail of the Dr. John W. Sherman held
without ball for killing his brother-in-law
and Miss Clco D. Lucas.
Karller In tho day Dr. Sherman pro-
cured a llcenso and when tho wedding
party Including Mrs. Thoinns D.
Norman wife of tho man Sherman
Is charged with killing appeared ot
the Jail admittance was refused on
Instructions from tho attorney gen-
eral. Red ut Hot Springs
By AMirlMi'd PriM.
Hot Springs Ark. Mar. 2. Hark
OrtMlth and his Cincinnati National
baseball team have arrived to tuke
up their spring training.
tii 13 i;.thi;h.
By Amai'IMi-iI Pri'M.
Wasliington D. C Mar. 2. Ok-
lahoma Friday fair; Saturday un-
settled. Tony Mnppn wuz out t' the poor
house ylsterony f sen a ole frbnd
bit uso t' pulill'h a newspaper Unit
picas 'I Mi' -iii i' rs A on on n day
keeps the doctors away an' oth ri.
1118 f IDE j
i BBITCHIE j
Itl l. iiinii rn i: N Mi:i To
CRUCE VETOES A BILL
i l.mei iiiir slim l I'n. h.' I'.inliiiii I u
! u. .us In rum.; a 5.nmmiJ
A pi ii 1 1. nl ii.
li ll. ..iU
i i U 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 a I'm
I I e lili III I '11-1111
I. 1 mini M-lii'l M
1 nut sii.iy a i lei ii.
glall I'li.lIKe I' I '"'
II inn tl ..I Mick
lie 111 i s nl 1 1 n-
nl li. .M.i r. 2.
le ni.c oi Ihc all-
ien ii l.il commit li e
11 I I ii.m I Ig ill! tile
k:U I'J Dr. I .co li.
K"C .li.a.ici criaiii
.. ll lie.
nipi-Miii; Ilia cniu-
el lllii I toll I .1 11-
loll 111 Alius I'ol-
eiiil t ti.ipiiian oi
r ... litis is cll.ur-
I leil.'ll nf I iie etiue
e S. -
' I 111
I I .Ull
.1 the rl. f of I lie s
rcplaei d I'i Si ii it ir 1 1
Dr. Ileiinell who Is
tile i.ljillol C'llllll..-sll
ti t i u to the' .M uskngi
Kin' an iii-
w hu ll
lie cast su.spiclona on M-ieilnrs
lie lllll Hot llltlne.
All iiinemlinints idlered to the
scliiinl laud i-. bill in Hie committee
ol the whole aim il dialed wen- pro-
posed 111 the M'liate again Tuesday
arternoen and all rejected. Tin bill
was then passed llnall Hi! tn I I. A
Joint resolution was Introduced by
St-milors Ued'.vlne l'Tankllu and ilotl-
tllc siiliinlttlng tho .Sale bill to the
people nt tho 1912 general election.
tioyerniir Crime horr.rieil the pub-
lic building fucllons lit tho legisla-
ture T'hursiluy by vetoing the 1115000
Kdmnnil normal school appropriation.
Ho observed ill that connection that
if he proposed to permit appropria-
tions for any normal school ho would
favor l'almond first. Tha Colvllle
McMohun bill carried 1100000 for a
new building and $ 1 6000 for equip-
ment. In his message of disapproval
the governor said that half tho stu
dents enrolled at Kdmond are doing
grudo work and that the people must
bridge between tho normal and high
bchoid. Tho fact Is that there Is not
u single school doing real normal
school work. He contended that It Is
unfair to the peoplu to appropriate
money that belongs to all the people
to help out special localities lie ex
pressed tho opinion thut If the grade
work were eliminated there would
be ample room to meet ull pressing
needs ut this time.
Tho governor reiterated that the
public building fund Is fust being de-
pleted and Biild It Is tho part of wis-
dom to make only such appropria-
tions for publlo buildings us tlm ex-
igencies of the occasion Imperatively
IcglsIalurp to Hold Over.
Oklahoma City Okla.. Mar. 2.
Adjournment of the legislature Sat
urday Is Impossible though the house
Is ready to itilt. Telegrams were re-
ceived from Washington Thi day
that It was doubtful If any Important
bill would pass at the regular ses-
sion. This will doubllcss prevent re
disricting the state ut this legislative
Itevlslon Formally Adopted.
Oklahoma City Okla. Mar. 2. Tho
senate lila I tho llnlshlng touches
on the Ilurdls-Day bill Thursday af-
ternoon by passing the house bill for.
nially adopting tlm revision and mak
ing It effective thirty days alter pub
lication and circulation. Tho vote
wus 31 to 10.
Ono amendment was adopted by
Vandeveiiter reuniting the secretary
of state to proclaim In advance the
day when tho laws would go Into
New T Oil Mortgucei.
Oklahoma City March 2. Taxa-
tion of mortgage In Oklahoma Is
limited to 50 cents a $100 tn hit paid
at the time of recording under the
provisions of tho bill advanced to third
reading In tho house Thursday after-
noon. The tax on mortgages now In effect
Is to be paid before July 1. 1911.
Taxation of mortgage bonds filed by
railroad companies Is to be based on
tho amount of money actually ad-
vanced. The senate perfected the Thomas
hill creating office of tax commission-
er at $3000 a yenr. Former State
Auditor M. K. Trnpp of (liithrle has
fixed a longing eye on the new Job.
The office now exh'ts In practically
every state In the union.
The houso took exception to that
section In the Ibpior bill defining the
powers of tho governor to remove
negligent counlv officials and relected
thu Joint conference ennimlttro report
A brand new ronfi reneo committee
was named. The vote was 43 tn 54 on
thn llrst report.
Malorlty and minority report were
returned bv the seitntn public build-
ing's committee on the bill appropriat-
ing $250000 to complete the peniten-
tiary nt McAlesler. Tlie maturity fa-
vored tho bill. Senator Thompson
and Vandeveiiter slctied 'be minority
report recommending nn appropria-
tion of Hfi. Out).
Senators Collvllln nnd MeDeeham
reintroduce. the vet 1 Kdtnond Nor-
mal school with the appropriation
cut from $115000 to $50000.
Colnnil Training School.
Oklahoma City March 2. A train
lug school for dellnlitient colored
youths to be located by Mm board "C
control of the Pauls Vulley training
school Is created by & bill advanced
to third reading In tho house tonight.
III 'is IK. Ill' MCAslIti:
!y AsKocliiteil I'
I 'lle eline i
Com t'tuir l ary ti
the L'tnpslir Id
pil.e lights of :
1 glsliltlll e.
. Mar. t
I 'K ill. lug
pa -.seil thn
T'ni uuilioM ure W'lilt inn n. ilill id-
'! i ' I r and ln l;.n and the In il i .
bill's were p.e'eil finally In the
li'iii.ii by I 'raw let il. cm r.vin.; il-.tml
for the Mate elei .Inn bo.i'd; I'rmr
and Clllcpie permitting l iy Dishy
and Willow Sprite's Township Tnl-.t
counlv to expend their r I and
' i nice fund for a bridge a l oss the
All an is iiear Dtshv; lllll -pi and
.In . ii". J'l.tiui lor a I Mil in il I. ml at
Die ken Arrow and (lot 'dwell Annoul-
lural M-hools: fish and game commit-
tee cm p.. weilt. g came Waideii lo lo-
cale livn prop' citing (arms.
I loltlhltl.ill Idea Dapped.
oklali a I'lty Mar. I. --The lin e
to lay rejected lii.wriinr ('line's pr-
1 1 1 1 it l.tti enforcement Idea hy a vote
ol i.l to 4 3. The colileieiic. i (
on the 1111 w as not accept . I. The
I ghl Is on the recommendation of
t'inier Coventor lla-kell and (io-
eiiioi' I'rucr that the governor be giv
en power to suspend county nlllccrs
fr tailing to eulorcu the pmlnliilion
Tile house rei;ommemlcil for paa'.at'.e
dinting the Male department of high
wais w ith a highway cnmmk i.lotier
at J.l.liiiO .'alary ami Imposing 25
cents tax per horse power on unto-
mohilt s tn muliitalti the h purtmctit.
AMI KICAV 4'ONSI I (;;NI HI
1 1 .1 1 1 : 1 1 AT SHANGHAI (A-
DDI S I IU.I M' ltl (tl ST.
By Amiiii'intril Pruil.
Washington. March 2. To meet
tho pressing needs of tho starving
people of China American Consul
(lenervij Wilder at Shanghai has cu-
bled to the secretary of state an ur-
gent appeal to the people of the
I'nlted States for the contribution of
$100000 more tn ba sent by cuble to
tho stricken people.
Mr. WIHer makes It plain that
that amount will bo Headed before the
army transport ltuford now loading
at Seattle can possibly arrive In Chi-
na with Its supplies The situation
Mr. Wilder adds Is desperate. While
sumo relief has been given to the
starving multitude thouaunds aro dy-
ing of star.atlon.
AXOTIIKIt FOOD 81 PPLY.
MiimncI llcds Will Slave Off St a na-
tion Kiiy Kxg-rt.
By AHNoi'iutt'tl I'lt'itM.
W'ushlngton March 2. A valuablo
food resource of the nation which so
fur has not been developed has been
found In the mussel beds which ex-
tend on the Atlantic coast from Maine
to North Carolina and on the Pacific
coast from Washington to San Fran-
cisco. Irving A. Field of tho United Slates
fisheries liihr.'.torv at Woods Hole
Mass. stiys the natural beds of seal
mussels are capable nf supplying
wholesome f I to thousands of per-
sons at the expense of hilt a little
trouble In collecting them.
The New York Mnrkets.
Bv Awsoi-eo 1 t'ri'it. '
New York March 1. Sharp de-
clines among the stock more commonly
traded In resulted from heavy selling
today on the stock exehatU'e. The
prominent Issues Inst fr 'in one to
thrpo points and almost nil of MiPtn
fell below the level established Inst
Friday. The market opened weak
and sold off In the first hour. The
market was feverish and fell off
steadily to tho close with almost the
lowest prices of the day. Stocks
showed llltlo evldeiieo of support.
Advices that nn extra session of con-
gress was definitely expected at Wash-
ington were the nmst disturbing ele-
ment and served to Increase appre-
hension nf tariff legislation. Honds
wprp hpnvy: Total sale pnr vnlue
$3140000. I'ltlted Slate fours de-
clined 1-4 on call.
The Chicago Markets
By Am'.rlitli'il m . ...
Chlencro March 1. TTnessv shorts
In a acmm'ble to buy wheat forced
price up most of tho time today
There W'ns also considerable hull cam-
piilgulnr' bv a number of tunre trad-
!er. Help rnmn from a stntement that
onlv S. 300 000 bushel remained nt
present Itl the hands of eanndhin
farmers. Closing price were easy
however nt a net advance of 1-2 to
B-K. Pnecnbtllve buvlnir of wheat
was aim entirely on locnl recounts.
There was much tnklmr of profits be
ilonir durlnir the swells. Not. a little
felling d me too by a few big
shorts who appeared nrilniiq to re-
It. state client previously covered.
iM.iV fliiel mitcd between ' 1-4 nnd
;90 1-4 with hist sale 1-2 to 5- tits
lit R0 5-1 tn S-4i Liberal export
clearance tiiniln corn firm. May
I ringed from 47 34 to 7-K 41 B-Sc
Iclnslng lit 4H l-4c n net irsln of l-4t
Cash corn was strong. No. 2 yellow
finished at 4(lo. OhIs closed a shade
I'rl'imry Hill Pnsse.
By Ai. 111111!. I IV... .
Totiekn March 1 The hons to
dsv killed tho Stnne bill nr-H'MI'ii' f"
t'ie se P"lon of ibbeat " to na'i "ei
party CotlVtinlion at prlinury dec
II ROME HOTEL
111' ITII t 1 ( OMD WIOV OP J'L.
" I . (l I IA IS Ml ItHllltl .
TRAGEDY CAUSES SEKSATIOa
(tilling Object nt Ailoiail.ni In ill-
llooin Duron Pud too
Slabs lb r.
It; As i i n I I'r .s.
Koine Mar. .'Tlie l'lilieess D!
It. genu a lady In w.iilingr to i.Jueen
lieleini ami a ul of .Manpii.s Di
:-:.in 1'iiiil no the Italian mini P r of
Inreigii all.iira tv .is mur I r 1 today
in a mil ill lintel I' l.i ul. inn I I:. ion
I'.ileino a i avnliy oilier who llun
. lo t ll.lll.-i II.
I'. ill run w as still aliv e w h n thu
l'nn i. cell. led h. the couple WlC- Cll-
telcd hy hull 1 emploJei'S lllll till.
princes wan louiul lying dead on a
bed. she hud l ii 1 1. il l i d In thu
in k and Id d to .1 alh.
i'riiici ss In Tii:.:oni v. at one of tho
most lieu iitii il Indie! In w.iltiui; to the
iUeen and bet tregii end has cau.-cil ll
seiisatl.'ti. The j ii iiici a bad had a
dlsiigri t ill" lit wilh InT lech ttiil
which deeply grieved 111" ilU'en.
Duron I'aleri.o who bad l.een In
close llttellilalice on the princess for
some time past ens' ig. d ii room in a
was Joint d by Princesa 1st Trlgona.
A waller luisslng through the halt
small hotel thla morning. Soon ho
heard u pistol shot I'ollotvril by a
groan. F.mplnics entered the room
by u window. The pruc ss lay on
u bed In a pool ol hlood. A dagger
had severed the blood cs"cl in tho
neck. I'aterno was outstretched on
the Hour. There was ll bullet III hi
breast made In an evident uttempt
to commit suicide but hu was still
Tho prlncHs Innl been summoned
to appear betore the court toduy la
depuration proceedings) brought by
Sl'ltPLlS IX 'IKl.ASlliY.
Culled Stnl. s lit tler off Than During
Month of Jiiiiiiury.
By Aminrliitt'it 1'renv
Wasliington Murch 2. February
closed with the condition of tho treas-
ury Improved us compared with a
month ago. There was a surplus of
$5H000 for the month nn all ac-
counts as against a deficiency of $3
000000 In January.
Thn passage ot thn Panama bond
bill In congress today empowering tho
trcusury to Issue 3 per cent Panama
bonds without the privilege of nation-
ul hunk olreulututi opens the way for
Secretary MucVeagh to replenish tha
cash drawer for Its heavy expendi-
tures for the canal work. It Is goner
ally believed un Issuo or $110000000 to
$50000000 will be made 111 Iho near
WOI LI) "SWKAIl Oi l" Jl lXili
Cicorgu II. Cox HegliiN l ight oil (.rand
By Ainoriotpil l'rt-Hi.
Cincinnati Mar. 2. (leorge II. Cox
took th first step In his light against
thu Indictment dunging him with
pcijury when ho Hied In the court of
cnminon pleas un uilliluvlt charging
Judge Frank M. (ionuiin wiih "Plus
and prejudice." Judge Oorman lias
been directing the work of the grand
Jury winch has Invc itigated publlo
Tho object ot the affidavit Is to
"swear the Judge off the bench."
While recent Ohio decisions make it
mandatory upn the judge sworn
ugalnst lo vacate yet Prosecutor Hunt
:-u 01 ho would restrict the eflecl of
tho Cox affidavit if possible
I'OKTV 1 FAILS lOlt ANDY.
"Dav light Kobbcr" Cols Long Term
III Kansas (liy.
By AdsiH'iiltt il I'nu.v
Kansas City Mar. 2. Andy Spald-
ing lamed in police circles us a "day-
light robber." was today sentenced
to forty jours in prison by Judge
llulph S. Latshaiv. Ills crlmu wis
robbing a house of Jewels valued ut
The sentence Is the Imavb st ever
Inflicted lure for robbery. Spankllng
Is about 45 years old. lln has spent
25 your of his life In prison.
CHICACO I.OSI S A SI.AVFIt.
lokor-linnt ttcfu'S to Hclcaso Wal-
ler Hume to Illinois.
Ily As.iii-liil'! I'm ...
Outhrle. March 2. Attorney tb n-
n I H'li le rsbiiiii tmlay notuled I'nlt-
ed Stales Attorney John Kmbry that
V:i ter Darncs want "d by Clilengo
nftleials on a charge of murder must
first servo his sentence of Hii. e years
In tho Leavenworth prl-mi. In Ms
reply to the rvituest of Illinois olfi-
c ins the attorney general stales that
i there Is no pre 'e lent wl.l. h makes It
possible to n base the convletu.l nu ll.
' Oklahoma Uy Willi Suicide
1 By Ass.ii i.ti il Pres..
tieorgfow ii Tex.)- Mar. 2 III and
ln Ilnaiii .al trouble Meredith A. lUn-ll-j
nell 25 years oil who cciim lure
from Oklahoma City Saturday killed
hlnisilf In tl hotel luro tonltht by
llci Ipi'ix lty lssui" Ignored
lit . until l'rt.
sulnuw Mur. 2 Despite A Mr
ring appeal bv tlovertior Oshorn th
Kepublleiin statu convention today
' i.. "ii t tl from Its platform an
'i.iinviit of Canadian n dprocity.
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