Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 195, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 2, 1912 Page: 1 of 8
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THIrt la nignlflrant : fur trv ween
ending April Id compared with
sain purled I nt year Oklahoma
city's bank oiwu-ingit fii "ft t.l p-tr
Muskogar fe" "ff 10 l"'r
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'Jhilili It over.
n ix i.i:asi:1) wmi': associated phf.ss hfpoht.
VO U V 1 I NO. l!).r.
TIKI 1 TOLL
ANOTHER UK. LEVEE IN PER-
TILE IX)! IMAM v GAVE A1
Damage I -. I
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1 1 i.i. i. i:si.k wiiii ssn nun mi ss m pom.
lilts In signlfh ant ; Eur thu wok
.Mmk April iili. compared with
kh mi- iTlui1 lust yrnr.i ilili.hniMii
City's bunk clearings full off 2.J pr
rnti Muskogee's fell off 10.9 per
cent; TULSA'S GAINED 13. S sut
ant Think it ur.
TULSA OKLAIIOM A.
Y 2 1 9 1 2
WILL BE i BOUGHT in nil
si I Alt (. ROW INI.
THE RIVER IS STILL RISING
Prarlou HiiMirds ic Broken ami
u Tw o Pool I in I tier Rise I
$i;.oociii w us
CLEVELAND May i.-i V
were hiii-iu-d to ilriitli iiiul limn. i
tlmuted ut $41.0000 iMM lo boat! m. I
gusol im on the docks when Standard
(in barge N. ii tpiodtd iui' today
All tin- dead with employes ur thi'
Great l.uki'H Towing iiimpUV. Tin'
liii re whli h wiih at the Jefferson avc.
iiur docks nf the Cuvulioga river win
being filhsl with gasoline frrnii u till
thousand gallon tank. Leaking oil nn
I hi1 Mirfuri' nf Hir river was Ig n ted
ami set flri' to the barge. A terrific
explosion lm rin'illat.'l y followed. The
men killed were caulking mintlier
Purge alongside ami were enveloped In
the flames which spread over the I ITT
face of the river.
More Mono for 'II tan lo Sufferers.
I.O.N'IHJN May I. - The lieiieflt per-
formanos at the Hippodrome tode)
was attended by Ambassador Held tlx
BurOpaan atnbaaaadora ami many oth-
er prominent persons. The returns
amounted to 4 . .i 0 U which will he add-
ed to the Titanic fund. A. ti. Vun-
derlillt Mid -00 for u box.
tup niTfiflTinu in
I I s ntlM Mill s III -
M ss( 'Ml'M 'ITS
I LOPED INTO
I NIQ1 H VO.
I. M M KL Mil ITIOS
TEDDY DON'T WANT VOTES
' Till DELEGATES M
iti:i i si: to dim ki
s i i rd.
CONTESTS WILL DE FILED
GEORGIA IS SOLID
WIIson DEFEATED HY 1000
thi: state-wiri: nil-MARIES.
EAR1N-GLARK ALSO RAN'-
.Many It icrul- Utilised lilauk
res mi tin- BMttota to Vote
for it osevelt.
NEW ORLEANS La; May 1. An-
otln i serious hrenk incurred late thla
afternoon in the Maa1aippl itlvor
leveea at Torras La. on the west
side of the swollen streum when (ha
flood waters from the dlHiiKtrims Don
Tall crevasse find re-entry Into tho
big river. The breaks at Terras oc-
curred at 5; 30 and within two hours
300 fuel of the 18-foot embankment
force of workmen and material were
immediately ordered to the scene by
Captain ('. O. .Sherrill chief of the
l'. h. engineers and an effort is being
made I" cheek the crevasse hj "crib-
bing" the ends.
ITniaai the Terras crevasse can lie
. ii scd which appeared doubtful to-
night Inestimable damage will bo
added to the already heavy tolls in
property destruction and devastation
of farms wrought by the flood waters
of the lower Mississippi Ittver during
the past glx weeks. A permanent
crevasse at Terras means the inun.
dation of the vast sugar cane lan ls
along the west banks of the river for
a distance of about sixty miles. The
territory which lies in the path of the
Torras crevasse Is vastly richer than
that Inundated by the Dog Tall cre
vasse of three weeks ago near Alsa-
ata La. and Is more densely popu-
lated. .More Breaki Expected
While the Torras break will give
ODia relief from the enormous pres-
sure against the laveei south of that
point the flood waters tonight are
from half a foot to two feet above
Hie previous high record marks from
Haton Itouge south and prspects of
other crevasses are extremely grave.
At Haton Itouge the Mississippi
River tonight registered 42.1 feet a
foot and a half above the 1903 rec-
ord and at New Orleans at 7 p. m.
the gauge registered 20.9 feet a half
foot above the record stage.
The worst is yet to come and today
Hie weather bureau predicted 22 feet
for .New Orleans or a half foot In ex-
cess of the previous crest prediction.
This would mean a foot and a half
more water In the river here than was
ever before recorded.
Many More Honu lcs.
Report today from the territory
In northeast Louisiana which was
flooded by the Pug Tail crevasse adds The Alabamalns sue
. il several thousand victims to the Die In view of the fact tlritt fiv
homeleaa list. Several hundred morejlng counties Pulton Chatham
in West Ketlciana parish were re- Richmond and Floyd
ported in need of supplies and from I for Wilson. In Knit.
ihe Atchafalaya and Itayou lies
Ulalle territory reports were received
nf still other hundrids of poor people
who have been driven from thoir
It is estimated that the U. S. gov-
ernment Is now furnishing rations for
1 !0000 bomeleaa people in Louisiana
and Mississippi and tonight the pr
pecta are that this number will
Increased by 50000 within another
The federal engineers have already
. Kpendttd mora than iioo.ooo in the
past three weeks In their effort to
save the levees frem Vlcksburg south
Put the reasonablllty came to them
too late In many Instances and the
I itlitli and force of the flood waters
live far exceeded the'expectatlens of
everyone The englneeta are contin-
uing to spend thousands of dollars a
day Irving (o prevent further breaks
but where the fight is hardest they
sav they are experiencing great dif-
ii. ultics In securing labor. In some
instances negroes who era getting free
government rations show uo disposi-
tion to shovel dirt or assist otherwise
in the work of prtertlng thme who
ne yet free from the ravages of the
Maim- lie Lom lawlimali a
Hundred- of HatfOta Being
i' geiung uie oilier five and has a
Mttl of :'li delegates with II doubtful.
aooordtai to a telegram raOoJvod to-
nluhl from Manager . Klnley ol
Tufts pgmpalgn by stale Chairman
Harris of the republican state inn
liilltee. The Rooievell delegates at
large are running ahead ba!M f
ihi fact that Tuft supporters voted
for nlno Instead .f eight delegates
thus Invalidating tin thogaand Tart
vote. The Tafi alternates have I u
elected. ItcKiiUey holds thai tht
preference vole In Massachusetts binds
the delegates at large for Tuft ir the
rule holds in Illinois and Pennsylva-
nia 'hat the preference vote In ilmse
stoics binds their delegates at large
for Roosevelt. Tills proposition was
pill Up to Keescvclt tonight to de-
i ide. Chairman McKlnley stated to-
night this insures Tafts nomination.
a "fiiii nut LnW" Knocked Out
At STl.S Tex.. Mu 1. Texaa' an-
cient "400 yard law" which prevents
saloons from bcriig e-t.ild shed Within
400 yards of the beiindarv of a dry
count)' Wig. deprived of much of Its
force by a j-tale supreme court del is-
lOO today t The courl held that this
law does hill appl) In the trial of local
SLATER IS DYING
In- l ie whleh has arisen during the
past few m ml lis was kimwu to few
of Ills a maintain vs. In due be sur-
vives his injiiiies he mm arobably he
plus ited en a OharffS of murder al-
though there were no eye witnesses to
the cutting us far as Is known. The
police have the ra.er with which the
cutting was dene but It
whether it belonged tt
is not known
ARLINGTON Rooms KCENE
1 1 RRIRLI : TH IGI D1
SLASHED WOMAN'S THROAT
scnor ( alevp on tin- di ib
CHICAGO May L -.-"oner Manuel
Calaro newly appointed Mexican am
bassador to the United States mrlv
ed today from New York for a few
lavs' Ma lie Is ex tad In Wash-
Ington about the end or the week ami
will present his credentials to the
president probabl en the f Hewing
VKICK VIVE ('K.sfs
AO INTEREST IN
HONE ROLE DILL
DEDATEM in I'ARLI UIEN i UUU
M IDE TO MAN J KM PI x
ill fill It COLLIG N I s D It XilH
on BELLI HOPKINS wn
fill N UIMSELF.
LEAPED FROM A WINEOW
eptlell Vie aliens.
arHhln too kards of
ley ' oountl
ATLANTA (ia. .May 1. os.-ar i'n-
derwood of Alabama L Georgia's
choice for the democratic nomination
for president as expressed in the
presidential prefer m e piimary held
In this state today l'ractlcally cim-
plete Put unofficial returns a implied
up to midnight in Heated that lie cur-
ried about 100 of the 14li counties in
the slate and that his majority over
Woodrovv Wilson will be between
7000 and 8000.
The mimes of Champ Clark and
Judson Harmon also appeared on the
ballot but they received a COtnpara-
tivelv small vote. Many voters util-
ised a blank line en the ballot to In
sert the names of Theodore Rooie-
velft Wm. J. Bryan Hoke Smith ana i
Underwood's majority means that'
he will carry Georgia's 28 votes to the
national convention at Baltimore In I
June. The state democratic conven-
tion will be held May 10 to ratify the J
action of the primary.
Waa ii Notable Victory
An Interesting feature of the re-
turns was the fact that Washington
county the home of Congressman
Thomas W. llardwlck who made a
strong fight for Wilson gave an of-
ficial majority of 121 fur Underwood.
is also nota-
n alone Wilsen
received a njgjorlty of more than
United .States Senater John H.
Bankfceadi in charge of Underwood's
national headipiarteis who was In At-
lanta watching the results of the pri-
mary was greatly pleased. "Georgia's
action" he said rpuis Mr. Underwood
a strong position for the nomina-
lle will go to Ualtimore with a
strung barking. He will have Ala-
bama's 24 votes: Georgia's 2!v; Flor-
Idta's 10 and there is no queqstion
about Mississippi. Willi ethers to lie
depended on Mr. (ThdORWOod will go
Into the convention with at least 150
votes pledged to him."
CITY detectives' POUND COI N-
TER I'KIT Ol TITT.
ROSTOV May 1. The refusal of
the republican delegates ai large r
accept Colonel Roosevelt's decision to
da's that they should vote for Presi-
dent Tuft at the Chicago convention j
although Sleeted as Roosevelt dele- I
gates has further "ompllcatcii tin
s. 'nation arising from the state pri-
maries yesterday. The condition is (
in knowedgod by party loaders of both
s ties to be without parallel In the po-
litical history of the commonwealth.
Although the republicans of tht
slate elected President Tuft us their
ii lid ne for renomlnatlon bj a ma
lty of 3 BIO over Roosevelt on th"
preferential ballot the entire slate ol
sigihl delegates at large ale pledged
I to the former president. Colonel
. Roosevelt got tell more delegates Ir.
the district elections ami President
Tall carried nine districts. So Taft and
l oose.cli ea'-h have IS delegatis from
ihe state to the national convention.
Democrats Mlicd Too.
A somewhat similar situation was
created on the democratic ballet.
Speaker Clark who had no pledger!
("dogates on the ticket won a 2 to 1
victory over Governor Wilson In th'
1 1 residential preferential contest AI
'the snu.e time delegatea at larg-
pledged t" Governor I'oss of Maafa-
IchUaettS were elected lo attend the
Baltimore convention although the
name of Governor FoSS did QOl up-
pcar on the presidential preference
Rooaevell followers have announced
their intention of asking a recount in
tbS ECtghth dislriei. while the Taf
nu n will do likewise in the Ninth on
neeiffln; of the closeness of the vote.
Delegate- Itefu-e Teddy.
In his 'request to the delegates at
l. rge Colonel Roosevelt declared it to
be his wish to abide by the will of
the people and that therefore the del- i
rgales though elected as pledged to
him should vote for Mr. Taft Whoj
had received the presidential prefer-
ere vote. One by one the delegates
as they were heard from today how-
ever protested that under no circum-
stances would they oust their bal-
lets other than as they had be t.
Charles S. Baxter who Iliads the'
I. TUFT IS 1 GUEST
OF Ii SOUTHLAND
Bleeding from Cuts in Hi- Throat ( ol-
b.ui l eii in the Ground I on
Second stoi v indovv .
tungpolia i- on Duty.
VALLKJO Cat) Ma) l The gun-
boat Annapolis was placed In commis-
sion al .Male Island today. She will
relieve the Vorklovvii III Central
WASHINGTON Ma I Weather
forecast! Oklahoma I'alr and con-
tinued warm Thursday. l'llda unset-
tled probabl) local showers.
II V I
HOME Ri LE nil.
Roi BED BRf IN
OF I RET IND IN
::a'i'ANN.II. Ga. May 1. l or the
lae ond time during the pr nt v ear
' l'roident Tuft todav participated in
a celebration of St. Patrick's day.
The president came to Savannah lo
fulfill an engagement to speak at the
centennial banquet of the Hlbafolnn
I Society. Mr. Tuft's first celebra! oo
was in Boston more than six weekB
ago. The president was the guest of
ihe Hibernian Society and the city
of Savannah! for more than twelve
hours. He motored over the shell
drives addrif-.d the negroes at the
Georgia stat industrial college re
reived the -'uli alumni of the city and
attended the ponqual In honor of Ire-
land's patron .saint tonight sitting
near Governor I'rown of Georgia and
Efourke Cochran or New for. All
day long Mr. Tafl showed his Interest
in the result of the president ai pref-
erence prim artel in Massachusetts
His only comment however was that
the election had been satisfactory to
him and Unit he regarded it as a victory.
CANNOT IDENTIFY THE
DEAD OF THE TITANIC
ONLY THREE MORE ol
Rodii.s COULD Hi:
'delegation said he had always been
a Roosevelt man Was elected as a
Roosevelt man and expected to con-
tinue a Roosevelt supporter Arthm
I.. Nasson and George W. Coleman de-
clared they would "absolutely refuse
to albde by any such request."
James P. McGinnls took the posi-
tion that he had been ejected as a
Roosevelt delegate and he could see
no way of evading the direction.
The remaining delegates expressed
now uie Mix-lp Ore weed.
Both the Roosevelt and Tuft head-
quarters remained silent tonight upon
the announcement of Colonel Rooeo-
velt. A contest which the managers
Of the TafJ campaign promise " earry
j to the very doers of the national con-
vention if ne- essary. Is threatened as
a result of the Ind pendent candidacy
of Frank Sicberllch of Boston. Mr.
Sieberllch was net the regular slat"
HALIFAX N. 8. Mav I. The work
of Identifying tin- Titanic s unnamed
dead is pi " Inn mIioosi
their recovers from th
name of net a single paaseng
perished had been added lo tin
of reclaimed tonight. With tin- x
ccption of three members of the crew
the nani'dcss are as much of an
enigma as when brought to shore.
Trinkets and beds give lUggSftll n
of the nameg of others most ol whom
were of the ships company.
UNDERWOOD 11 III
Medal Given for Heroism.
WASHINGTON May I. A medal of
honor was awarded by the treasury
I' litmcnt today o Lieutenant S. K.
Veanale of the revenue cutter service
f ir heroism In rescuing tw
drowning In the Atlanta
M. V angle Is a native of Atlanta
nil Is on duty on the cutter Varna
City detectives last night raided the
homo of Tex" Matthews colored
on North Cincinnati evenoe and
found a complete outfit for counter-
feiting America" dollars. Matthews
was arrested and (aken to the county
Jail. Me will be turned over to the
federal efricers today and probably
given a preliminary hearing before
United States Commissioner Connor.
None of the counterfeit dollars vvere
found about the premises and as far
as Is known were not in general clr-
men from eolation In the city. Matthews would
river last 1 not talk with the officers. Several
of his friends appeared at Ihe Jail
and offered to make bond for his re-
lease hut they will not be allowed to
do so until today Th- authorities
Mai KStrike In Two Places. have been searching for the counter
NASHVILLE Tehn.. May 1 From felt layout for several days.
replies of the officers of the Order (
of Railway Telegraphers received to- Traffic Is Resumed
'iv. It will he at least two days be- ST. LOtTS May l.JLoral offices of
re the result of the balloting on s the Gotten Belt railroad tonight an-
rlke among the telegraphers of the j nntinced that regular passenger serv Ice t"
Mat.hcus. Negro Was Arre-e T" deleave but had his nam.
ami Held for the Pi entered OP the hallo as an Independ-
Aathorltlee ent Plodfed to Taft. The name was
' placed Immediately at the head of the
delegatea so that many voters follow-
ing down the column crossed the name
of Sleherltch 1 at well aa the eight
others pledged to Taft thus marking
nine names. On the ground that this
marking Invalidated the ballot hun-
dieds of votes were thrown out the
number running as high as 101 and
400 It Is stated in New Bedford.
"Gloucester and Lynn. Tnft managers
ptaim the loss to the Tafl ballot was
so heavy from this cause that the
preetdent would have won the entire
list of eight delegates at large han
the full vote been polluted besides se-
curing delegates In some of the mor
closely contested districts. They con-
ti ml that In as much as the delegates
names were marked separately the
Intent of the voter wits shown and all
the bnllots so marked should he
TI L .1 . loll i I V.
JACKSONVILLE Fin. May 1.
With not more than forty per cent of
the vote In yesterdav's presidential
primary reported earlier figures
Indicating that Oscar I nib rwood of I somi
Severely cut in the throat ami breast
with a razor Arthur J Colllgan scion
o wealthy parents fell from the sec-
ib'nd story window or the Arllngtoo
I rooming house en North Boston eve-
nue at 12 o'clock yesterday out of
the door ol the same room ran Belle
Hopkins lanillailv ol' the house and
1 allegtd Ipunuiioiir of Colllgan her
IhrOal cut from car to ear. She died
four hours later al a local hospital.
Colllgan is at Hie Tulsa hospital In
a serious condition but conscious and
with a strong hope for recovery ac-
cording to Doctors Bland and Clinton
the attending physicians.
Tlic culling followed u quarrel of
several days standing between Colll-
gan and the woman. Belle Hopkins
was about 40 years of age. Colllgan
Is barely 30 years old. He Is an Flk
and Delongf to the Knights of Co-
lumbus. Until two months ago he
was employed as bookkeeper by the
Oklahoma Natural Gas company of
this city. He has lived here two
ydarS coming to Tulsa from Beau-
mont Tex. His parents live In Pitts
burg Pa. ami have been notified of
his condition lie has no relatives In
this section of tin- country as far as
is known. He has been rooming at
IK -A Lust Second street.
Hud Threatened oman.
Colligan is said to have been des-
perately in love Willi the landlady of
the Arlington For seine tlm she
has been endeavoring to escape his
attentions and according lo girls
ptaytng at the Arlington. Colligan has
made threats against her although
he never attempted Violence In their
presence Tueeda) night Colllgan was
refused admittance to tin- Arlington.
At noon yesterday the inmates of the
house Including the landlady were
eating I m 1 1 1 1 in the dining room of I
the house Whan Colllgan gullied ad-j
mtttance to the place. He was let In
by a maid. A girl roomer saw him en-
ter Belle Hopkins' room. She went to!
the dining room and apprised the
landlady of this foot. The woman said
nothing but went directly to her room
closing the door behind her. For!
about twenty minutes nil was quiet In
the room hut Suddenly the low screams
of the woman were heard by those on
the outside of the room. The screams
grew louder and more frightful In
as difficult as their appeal. The bevy of terrified
Atlantic. TKelgtrla on the outside did not hnv nr-
r who age to enter Ihe room although they
list fnired something serious was taking
place. Suddenly the Bopklns woman
Shoved open the door and ran into the
hall. She was slashed about her neck
and breast and was bleeding fright-
fully. ".My find get a doctor." she cried.
I ell from a IndOM .
Two of the girls then ran Into her
room according to their story and
Saw Colligan standing at a window'
facing on Boston avenue with one
leg outside apparently endeavoring to
Jump out but too weak from loss of
blood to do so. Suddenly ha toppled
over according to their story and fell
on top of the iron grating In the side-
walk below. Still bleeding profusely
he crawled on his hands and knees
to the middle of the street. Churl's
Goodpasture. chief of police at Vlnlta
who Is here attending federal roiirt j
was standing nearby and saw Colli
gun fall out of the window lie ran
to him and picked him up. QoOd
pasture and two negroes who saw the
fall said that It appeared that Colllgan
was pushed out of the window by
KVERV LI GITIM 1TE INDl KTRV
WILL BE llENEFITTTD BX n
I VLAItGED ( OLL1 Gl .
AN EQUIPMENT IS DESIRED
Executive Committee .Meets This
Morning ami then Speed- Hands
Of Big ( Iim I. as Never Before.
SPEECHES ARE I
Manv Mmbers Complained sf
Granl l ength or the Many
RECEIVED I P TO LAST
GAVE HIM HUB STAN-
What McKlnley Clnlnis.
UTHRIE okla.. May 1. Taft has
Alaliama carried Ihe state by a sub-
stantial majority over Woodrow Wil-
son ar Unchanged. It Is claimed his
majority will be 7.000 lo 9.000.
Wilsen showed exceptional strength
In the third district (Pcnsac.ol.ij where
incomplete returns Indicate he will re-
ceive a majority over Underwood of
about 1000 Nothing like definite
figures will he obtainable until prob-
ably Thursday night.
Revolution BnoTed in Three Months.
CHICAGOt May I. Senor Munuel
OalSfO the newly appointed Mexican
ambassador to the United States In
an Intervb w tonight said he believed
present outbreaks In Mexico would be
under complete control within three
months. Ho also said there was no
ban e of a Japanese Invasion of
Mexico and that he expecied no
trouble between Mexico and the
United States. Ambassador CaleFO.
Taken lo a Hospital.
Physioiana attended both the worn-
an and man at the Arlington before
they were rushed to separate hospi-
tals. The woman never regained 0OQ-
lOlOUSnaai sifter reaching the hospi-
tal. Her body Is at a local under-
taking establishment and will prob-
ably be shipped to Coffey villc Kan.
The DOOn meeting at the Kendall
campaign headquarters yesterday was
tin enthusiastic one. The caterer
served a splendid luncheon and Wett-
er gave a rousing talk on how tho
rtaVeif bunch turned in over 11000
on Die previous day's campaigning.
The tennis went out to the task in a
more determined spirit and at closing
lime Ihe total showed $8040 subscrib-
ed One firm In the city had canvass-
ed the various employes and turned In
a very neat subscription total. This
Is the beginning of the "get together '
spirit that Is needed to make the
campaign u success.
Bvery person in Tulsa will be af-
fected by the success of this cam-
paign. There is not a legitimate In
dustry in tho city that will not bo
benefitted by the enlarged Kendall.
Two hundred thousand dollars spent
nniiually In Tulsa will be no smull
IteD). The impetus given to building
will benefit every contract builder
and laborer and every business man
will get his share of the Increased
Just Laving the Foundation.
Tulsa is laying the foundation of a
great city In her Industrial enterpris-
es on which the future depends but
the great part a splendid college will
play In the future plans for a greater
Tulsa must not lie lost sight or. Tulsa
cannot afford to lose the uplift that
conies' with the presence of a great
The raising of this tluO.OUO or fail
ure to do 10 determines the future oi
Kendall college. Ki pdsll must have
ii equipment that Will command the
respect of every prospective student
and every citizen of Tulsa. Tulsa
gannot say that of the limited equip-
ment of the present but will he proud
to beast of the Kendall of the near
Monov I- Made Here.
Mlny have made thousands and
ten: or thousands of dollars In and
ground Tulsa and the present oppor-
tunity Is one wln reln every man can
make some adequate return
benefit every person of thi
nlly. Every one in Tulsa
on Kendall. .
The executive committee and rap-
tains ot ull the teams will meet at
10 o'clock this morning at headquar-
ters. This Is very Important to tho
success of the campaign.
The whistles blew twice yesterday
but the workers an- determined to
speed them up today ami write the
totals in five figures.
Watch (In- (luck.
These are days wh.-n money talks;
The whistles Mew m uncertain
a thousand In the clock.
v. C. and St. L railway will he . to and from Memphis Which was In-1 carried Massachusetts by five thous- j who arrived hero from New York will
i ow n. he officers decline now to sr.y terrupted by high
hat the votes already Indicate. sinned tomorrow.
water will he re- and has "arrikd ne congressional go to l-ake Geneva Wis. before go-
Jdistrlcts certain with an even chancering tu Washington.
I for burial. Her father recently died
at Coffeyv Hie and step-mother resides
there. She has a brother living here.
I A malrrled daughter living at Omaha
I Neb.. It Is understood Is the bem-flo-jtary
under Belle Hopkins' will. She
Is sutinosed to have left a sum of
rnnnev anil .eviral hundred dollar . 1 ""''' f""" ihr south.
worth of diamonds. The sister Is
on her way to Tulsa. Ib lle Hopkins
i has lived in lulsa aPout rour years
j most or which time she has conducted
I the Arlington w hich Is situated on
i Roston avenue. Just one door north
of the Frisco pasenger station.
Colllgan has a host of friends In
Tulea and was generally considered an
admirable young man. with high bus-
iness efficiency. The darker side of
London Miy 1. No grc.it politi-
cal project was ever debuted in th
house c nil with less display of
Interest on the part of the members
and the general public than the homo
rule bill today. The speeches Weill
delivered to a half -empty house. A
few Irish priests were the only spe'-
tators wiio appeared particularly con-
cerned wiih what was passing on thu
BVen yesterday's oratorical p. era.
Hons In which Winston Churchill
who Is rated as the most brilliant of
the younger politicians In either party
was the star created hardly any etM
thuslasm. A more remarkable con-
trast than was presented was the stir-
ring battles oyer the two ether home
rule bills when statesmen like Glad-
stone Parnell and Hartlngton fought
bitterly every Inch of the ground and
ruelal and party passions were stirred
to the depths could possibly he con-
ceived. Complain About Length.
One reason for this Is the present
new system whereby the house Of
lords mny prolong legislation over a
period of two vears which postpones
the critical stage of Ihe measure.
Another is the conservative opposition
lo the bill except on the part of rep-
resentatives of I'lster. Several mem-
bers complained today of the length
of the speeches. The speaker practic-
ally confessed himself bored and re-
ma i ked:
"I am sure thai the house would
rather hear three p -types of twenty
minutes than one of sixty minutes."
This whs received with shouts of ap-
The Right Honorable J. K. B. Seely
parliamentary secretary of the war
office said that those who doubted 1
the sincerity of Irishmen when they
declared that they would carry out
the act honorably and fairly were the
same persons who doubted the good
faith or the Boers when the South
African union act was Introduced.
Irish ( an Re Trusted.
"You were wrong then." he added
addressing the opposition "as you now
admit. Are you going to be so mad
as to repeat your error'.' The Irish
people have shown as a whole that
they are the last people to break their
pledge Or word and We are right In
trusting the responsible leaders of tha
gnat majority of Irishmen."
William O'Brien leader of the In-
dependent nationalists said In his
opinion the bill was one on which
all sections of Irishmen could unite
In supporting Its fundamental struc-
ture and principles but It would ba
arrant humbug tu pretend that il Set-
tled anything except reconciliation be-
tween the Iwo countries. However the
fact that the bill vvas elastic was a
recommendation In its favor. Mr.
O'Brien criticised the financial pro-
visions In the hill which he hoped
could be amended In the committee
Lord Claude Hamilton unionist
made u belli use speech against the
bill declaring that If It passed he and
his brother would take their stand
with the people of I'lster. "I should
only have to go to the quayside in
Liverpool and call for volunteers" ho
said "lo get thousands of men ready
to go and succor their brethren tu
II I.I il HY H ECU RED FOR l HI Ui
ol LLOi D ALL! N.
Mne Fanners and Three MeerhBntf
ill Decide le iher Hi- 1 He
Returns from the south.
Frank P. Sutherland returned
called t" consider taking up eommer-
Cial work In one of the larger cities.
The proposition offered the secretory
of the Tulsa Commercial club Is un-
derstood to carry a much larger rec-
ompense than does his work here.
LOCAL WEATHER TESTERDAV.
The temperature: .Maximum. II;
minimum. 0 1. South winds. Clear.
River stage 10.7 feel
WYTHBVILLK Va. May L .'. jury
was sworn tonight to try Floyd Allen
I Indicted for five murders In the Cur-
I roll courthouse on March U last. For
four hours counsel Interrogated a
string of veniremen and It was Ions'
I after dusk w hen the sixteenth talls-
man was found satisfactory as to
cause The defense then exorcise ! its
four peremptory churkes allotted and
Nine fanners ami three merc hants
! compose the Jury. The defense moved
I to require the commonwealth to on-
1 Sulphite the five Indictments against
Floyd Allen to obviate the possibility
in five separate trills hut Judge Sta-
ples overruled the motion.
Opening statements will be made
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