The Oklahoma Post. (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 37, Ed. 1 Monday, July 16, 1906 Page: 1 of 8
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THE OKLAHOMA POST.
OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA; JULY 16, 1906— MONDAY.
' Week I lays. 2 Cent*.
CANNON MEETS GOMPERS.
ftlOB OF VIRGINIANS HAS TAKEN
THE TRAIL OF NEGRO
STOBMED THE JAIL
And It is Believed Rowan County Far-
mers Will Follow Prisoners to
Charlotte— Prepare for Trial.
JUDGE LYNCH . A ,, ut
j Campaign Against Representative Lit
1 1T fTl>V fi 4 U~I^ tlefield in Maine Will Be an
MA I I III vAMj Interesting One.
Washington, July 15.—Speaker Can-
non and Samuel (tempera will con-
duct the fight for and against Repre-
sentative Littlefleld in the Secono
Maine district Organized labor hafl
determined to encompass the defeat
of Mr. Littlefleld, and Mr. Gompers,
president of the Amerclaa Federation,
will personally supervise the cam-
paign for his political death. Mi.
Cannon is having data collected here
for his speeches in Maine. He will
take up the "bill of grievances" sub- j
mitted by organized labor and make
detailed replies thereto. President
Gompers will make a number of set
j speeches in the Second district. Ir.
addition he will deliver noon-hom
Chafotte, N. C., July 15—Al1 hough talks in every factory town there,
the five negroes who are accused of \s the election in Maine comes
the brutal murder and attempted in- early, organized labor leaders can de-
cineration of Isaac Lyerly. the latter's. au their time to the defeat o>
wile, and their two children at Bar- v Littlefleld. Mr. Gompers is con-
ber's Junction, Saturday morning are j sjderjng the advisability of taking bur-
safeK lodged behind tlie bars in the flCient men along with him to have
Mecklenbuig c6tihty* jail here tonight, j a personal interview with every work-
Jt is feared th'eV Will yet be lynched ing men in district. He believes
Disqdifetlng minora n re in circulation L this manIier they could be won
that a mob of Rowan county citizens i ;iwav fron) the republican party.
is forming and will come to Charlotte "
and take the negroes at any cost and WORKINGMAN FOR CONGRESS.
burn the mat. the stake. The jail is
guarded by a posse and an effort is President Nichols, of District No. 1,
being made to have troops ordered to United Mine Workers, Is
participate in guarding the prisoners, Nom:nated.
The accused were slipped out of the
Rowan countv fall after infdnight Sat-1 gcrantoIlf Pa.t Juiv 15—T. J. Nich-
urday and brought here Jurt in time ^ preail1ent of district No. 1, United
to avert a lynching A mdb gathered ; Mine Workerg Qf America, was today
nt Salisbury early in the night and uominated for congress by the demo-
shortly after the prisoners had been
removed, made an attack on iho jail.
Some the members Masked,
but the great majority made no ef-
fort to c;opcea\ their identity. Headed
by a .well-kno^yp. farmer t hey marched
to tije jajl and demanded that the
prisoners be turned over to them.
Mayor Bowden and Former Con-
gresman klutz; who were at the jail.
addressed the mob and told them the
prisoners were no longer there. They
asked them to refrain from any vio-
lence whatsoever and pledged Their
■word that the prisoners would be give
™ pIX^ugTwUh to this territory .« thta ..me HMo see
V, . .,u„„ u signal: about plactng candidates In the flela
from the^eader stormed the JaU. The i for confess and the state legislature
muyor and former congressman were In every district in the anthracite coal
],wd'?n'Khmterh!/tht'^alll1a!li?i:!,1Tti.- Mr. Mitchell is today overflowing
mob surged into the jail and searched with enthusiasm over the non. nation
jill th<- calls, but as there was no prla- here yesterday of T. D. Nichols, oir
oners within thev soon came out, re- of his district presidents, who was
Tuaining in the vicinity until noon, ap- made the democrat! cnomjnee for con-
parently believing thai the prisoners gress In the Tenth Pennsylvania dis-
wrre in the neighborhood and they trlct.
might yet gel them.
The feeling of the eitiaens generally Formulated Demands.
is very hitter against the negroes as i Mahonoy City, Pa.. July la. At a
the murders surpassed in wanton bru- convention of miners of locals having
tality anything in the annals of the a membership of 20,000, resolutions
ats of the tenth congressional dis-
trict. A telegram has been received
from President Mitchell endorsing
his candidacy. Mr. Nlcholls is in Eu-
rope at present. It is not known
whether he will accept.
MITCHELL AND MINERS.
Preparations for a Hot Political Cam-
paign in Pennsylvania.
Scranton, Pa.. July 15.—It is ru-
mored here tonight that one of the
reasons for the visit of John Mitchell
THE PIPE LINES
THE STANDARD TRUST CARRIED
THROUGH THEM NEARLY ALL
adoption of the cabinet's recommenda- rp
Hon. they recognized that it. would bo
a fatal mistake for the council to an-
tagonize the lower house in the pres-
ent crisis. Moreover, those on the In-
side who were aware of the negotia-
tions between the government and the
constitutional party were entering on
the final stage naturally were influ-1
eneed by com lug events.
Although the announcement that a
new cabinet is to be selected is still ,
, deferred it is again predicted that the
life of the present ministry will be
terminated this coming week and that
nearly all of the new members of the
cabinet have already been selected by
Admiral Skrydloff probably will
succeed Vice Admiral Cbouknin as
commander of the Black Sea licet.
The agrarian commission of the low-
er house has recognized the proposal!
of M. Kutliarevski. of Saratov, to
place in the agrarian hill a provision
exempting from expropriation land and h.,lniril. . ' ,
■ I i it> DClleved by the men who have been
stock companies and lands, like vine- ,m e ut5en
yards, fruit orchards, etc., under ape- elosely following the federal grand
cial cultivation. jury investigation of the oil business
A dispatch from Sebaatopol states that. George J. Grammar, vlce-nreai-
that a former lilor tinder arrest . . .
there. Ins , ,1 mm he murdcied 'l"Qt,oC th" Lako tahore «"> «
Vice Admiral Cbouknin. nof bB Indicted here. It is expected
The sailors at Cronstadt on Sunday that United States Attorney Sullivan
declined to participate in a memorial will transfer the mass of testimony ho
service to the murdered Chouknin. iU,,
Fresh reports of violence are com- h* 8 Ulk™ tn ",w cl,y lo Hla,cs
lng in hourly and the authorities seem Attorney Morrison at Chicago, proba-
powerless to check the disorders. At bly this week. More testimony in con-
Blbiebat, Sunday night, the manager nection with Grammars relation tot
of the naphtha works wan killed by th lllVA_..... it ... , , . .
discontented workmen. At Nikola- lu™ tigation will be taken when
yev the manager of a bank was way- ,h<5 grand jury reconvenes tomorrow
laid and robbed of a largo sum of moraine.
money after being badly beaten and. P. C. Crenshaw, general manager,
although one of the robbers was kill and Edgar Bogardtis, of the Standard
ed by soldiers tlie others escaped with Oil company at Chicago, are the. two.
the loot. At. Vorouez, Sunday, In a witnesses expected in the morning,
clash between rioters and troops many Mr. Crenshaw has been subpoenaed.
UP IN FALL
Investigation Now in Progress w*
Cleveland May Be Transferred to
Chicago and Continued.
Cleveland, Ohio, July 15.—at is noxr
were wounded on both sides.
STABBED IN A SALOON.
And Now It is feared a Lynching ot
Italians Will Follow.
while Mr. Bogardus' presence is vouch-
ed for by Virgil P. Kline, local Stand-
ard Oil attorney. Mr. Kline also
vouches for the appearance oi M. G.
Vilas, treasurer of the Standard Oil
company of Ohio.
In addition to these four men. inde-
pendent oil men of Cleveland will be
examined by the grand jury. They
are W. E. Wall, president, of the
National Petroleum Association; J. A.,
Lamprechet, president, and Frank B.
Fretter, secretary, of the National Re-
fining comttativr and F. W. Bote, traf-
fic manager of the National Petroleum
Now Will You Fellows Be
| Washington, July 15.—Forecast:
! Oklahoma and Indian Territory—
AIT TO TI TI i IW Showers and cooler Monday; Tuesday
ALL I KMDl .nd warmer.
criminal history of the state.
The funeral of the victims was held
this afternoon at Barber's Junction
and was attend*u ui«-. than 2.000
people The two surviving daughters
of the family Were able to be present
at the funeral, but their condition is
pitiable and physicians are in con
slant attendance. It Is feared they
may lose their reason as the result of
their terrible experiences.
One Of the negroes under assert hav-
ing confessed that not only did they
intend destroying all evidence of their
crime by burning the house and Mr.
and Mrs. Lyerly's bodies and those of
the two young children, but that they
had also planned to assault the two
elder girls and afterwards burn them
at the stake, the feeling is so bitter
that It will take all of the efforts
of the authorities to prevent a lynch-
Governor Glenn will call a special
tern, of the Rowan county court to, ltl
meet next week to try the murderers, CHICAGO ENVELOPED IN HEAVY
and if possible the law and order e' \ CLOUD WHICH SPREAD DE-
ment will endeavor to have justice STRUCTION IN WAKE.
move so rapidly in this case that there!
will be no cause for mob violence.
were adopted demanding remedial
legislation, abandoning mine inspec-
tors board, an 8-hour day for mine
workers, telegraphers and train run-
ners, and a law to prohibit all coal
companies from employing Pinker-
tons, coil and iron police or the state
constabulary to guard their properties
during strikes and lockouts.
Killed On Railroad Crossing.
Lowell, Mass., July 16.—Robert Dnr-
rough, aged 20, a resident of this place,
was run down and killed while cross-
ing the tracks of the Boston & Maine
AND ITS FREAKS
PREPARATIONS ARE COMPLETED
AT THF SHOOHONE RESERVA-
TION FOR EVENT.
CENTRAL AMERICAN WAR.
Unless Mediation is Accepted All thfc
Petty Republics May Become
Panama. Julv 15.—Unless the offer
of mediation on the Dart of Mexico and
the United States to settle the dispute
between Salvador and Hondtiras on the
one hand and Guatemala on the other
is soon accented all of the Central
American republics are likely to be In-
volved in a war that will Drove disas-
trous to them. The combined forces
of Salvador and Honduras are attack-
ing the main armv of Guatemale and
the fighting has been in progress for
the last two davs with the advantage
on the part of the attacking forces so
far at least, inasmuch as the Guate-
malan army is fighting a roar guard
action and is slowlv retreating before
Nicaragua. It is renorted. has issued
n warning to Guatemala that if she
dons not respect Nicaraguan territory
that nation will soon take a hand in
Owing to the total lack of communi-
cation details of the fighting are slow
in arriving here
It is generally believed here that
the governments of Mexico and the
United States will soon bo abb1 to
force the belligerents t«> cease fighting
and submit all of the points at dispute
to an international court of arbitration.
it is reported here that Americans
are fighting on both sides of the con-
test. the warring nations having with-
in the last few months taken into
their service manv Americans who
have seen service in Cuba and Porto
Rico during the Spanish-American
THE DROUTH IN JERSEY.
Newark Lays ni a Bottled Supply of
Newark, N. J., July in.—Two saloon
keepers were arrested here today for
breaking the new excise law
Further than thl ilu new exclst
law was rigid 1 enforced In Newark
and vicinity. There was no demand
that there was last 8unda\ The res-
ident* having prepared themselves by
laying in a supply of bottle be« i and
other liquors. The police < re on the
alert throughout the cit> while detec-
tives from the prosecutor's office were
erey throughout the county.
THE DEADLY LIGHTNING
Struck Tree Where Party Sought
Shelter, Killing One and Injuring
All the Others.
Chicago, July 15.—A very severe
wind and thunderstorm struck Chica-
go today and as a result one person
was killed by lightning and six others
were so badly injured that their recov-
ery is doubtful The storm which
raged for over half an hour came up
suddenly out of the west and caused
destruction in all parts of the city.
There were a number of persons fish-
ing in the lake at the foot of Oak
street, when from out of a cloudless
sky rain began to fall. The fisher-
men made for the shore from off the
pier and sought shelter tinder a large
oak tree that stood about 150 feet
from the lake. Suddenly a bolt of
lightning struck the tree, killing one
and injuring the five men who had
sought, shelter under Its branches.
FRANK MATSON, 15 years old.
The injured; Charles Slotting, 27
years old. picked up unconscious and
taken to the hospital where, it Is said
his recovery is doubtful. No marks on
the man's body.
Joseph Sleeting, 2f years old. a
brother of Charles, found lying across
his brother's body in an unconscious
condition, removed to the hospital. It
Is believed be will recover
William Hopes, 2') years old. burned
about the legs and arms, his shoes
were torn off by th<- bolt. Removed
In a paralyzed condition. Recovery
George Homan, 42 years old, right
side paralyzed, cannot recover.
Two men who are known to b/ em-
ploye-; of the park were Injured while
standing tinder a tree in Review View
Park, an amusement resort on the
northwest side of the city, but whose
names could not be learned.
The wind LI. w down a three-story
how on Shields avenue on the soujh
side. The house which was a land-
mark. was built In Hie early '60s and
had been imoceupind for some time
Besides cuii ing loss of lit** i|u.
lightning -(truck ;i number of dwell-
ings. The beautiful resident of Arch-
bishop Qulglv, of the Catholic church,
at (52:! North State street, vsas hit
by a bolt but although < onildernhle
dimage whs done, nobody in tie house
SIX TRAINS EACH DA^
Will Be Run on the Chicago & North
western by Way of Omaha—Reg-
istration Begins Today.
Shoshone, Wyo., July 15.—Every-
thing is in readiness here for the open-
ing of the big land lottery, the big-
gest of recent years and perhaps the
last big one. Uncle Sam is giving
away 1.150,000 acres of which, appar-
ently one-third are suitable for agri-
cultural purposes and susceptible of ir-
rigation, while the balance is graz-
ing, timber and mineral lands. Two
railroads have built, over a hundred
miles of track each in order to bring
in the homeseekers, who are already
arriving in large numbers.
Commissioner Richards, of the gen-
eral land office, who will take charge
of the proceedings of the next two
weeks, has arrived and the registra-
tion of names will begin Monday morn-
ing. One special train from Denver,
with five hundred homeseekers on
board, came in this evening and adds
to the already large crowd. Many are
coming from eastern points and are
scheduled to arrive about midnight.
The Chicago and Northwestern,
which has the direct line from the east
by way of Omaha, will run six trains
daily to accommodate the crowds which
are expected and the railroadmen say
that they look for from fifty to one
hundred thousand persons to reach the
registration points between now and
the close of registration on July HI.
Shoshone is a town of mushroom
growth. Its first building, a hotel, was
erected less than ten months ago. A
month ago It had a population of 700.
Now it has a first class depot and two
good hotels, while, notwithstanding the
big crowds that are expected, accom-
modations will be provided for all.
Modenfte prices prevail for necessi-
ties, but luxuries are not to be had.
GAMBLING ON ISTHMUS.
Canal Zone is Said to Have Become a
Veritable Monte Carlo, to Detri-
ment of Youngsters.
Washington, July 15.—The canal
zone across the isthmus of Panama is
a rival of Monte Carlo, according to
James E. Smith, who has just reached
this city after a six months' residence
"The canal strip is being turned Into
a veritable Monte Carlo." he said,
many of the employes are taking to
gambling as a means of passing the
time. Police officials in charge of the
stations throughout the canal strip
have instructions to not Interfere with
friendly games of chance. This has
caused gullibility games to spring up
in every town along the ruilroad or
TAFT AND PRESIDENCY.
Infliionce of Or^ nized Labor is
Ksiirca if He Should Btcomc
Washington. Julv 15 —Secretary of
War Taft's announcement that he
hoped to visit the Philippines next
summer has occasioned much gossip
among politicians here. It is held to
involve the vital auestion as to wheth-
er or not the secretary is an active
candidate for the nresidential nomina-
tion. The taking of the journey to
the Phllionines will be^ construed as
equivalent, to the declaration that he
is a candidate, as going there would
eliminate him from consideration as
a candidate for the vacant place
the supreme court bench. Mr. Taft
has alreadv nermitted the statement
to be made that he will do some spell-
binding for the republican congression-
al campaign committee during ap-
proaching contest for the next house.
He has promised Chairman Sherman
that he will make a series of speeches
in Ohio and he will undoubtedly ex-
tend his Itinerary to other states.
While making no specific utterances
on the subject it is known that Mr.
Taft is not over-anxious for the pres-
identfal nomination. He realizes that
his numerous decisions on the bench
against organized labor would cost the
party enormously in the campaign. It
is doubtful whether he could be elect-
ed if aiven the nomination because of
organized oonosition from the organ-
—New York Herald.
OF THE POWERS
Cleveland, O.. July 15.—Otto Wick
onburg, a wealthy young farmer living
in South Euclid, was stabbed to death
today in a saloon in Mayfield Road.
The dead man and a party of friends
were celebrating in the saloon when
| two Italians came in and tried t«
interfere with their pleasures. A
wordy war followed and one Italian Association. It is expected that cor-
drew a knife and thrust it into Rick- roborative evidence given by Lake
en burg's heart. Rickenburg dropped Shore employes as to so-called discrim-
1 dead and the Italians with long knives inatory rates on oil will be asked
backed their way through the crown for from the independents,
and escaped. Iticken'uu.teV. frlendi , The Interstate commerce cominis-
raost of whom came in rigs, started slon Is preparing to go into the matter
in pursuit, but the foreigners escaped. 9' pipe lines when it resumes work
TO STOP THE DISORDERS IN RUS
Si A N POLAND IS NOW
lynching is feared should
assailant be caught.
ENDED IN FREE FIGHT.
Result of a Woman Suffrage Demon
stration in Manchester, England.
Manchester, Eng., July 15.—Thi
huge park demonstration which was
held by the advocates of woman suf-
V "• dhy'nlpbty enflf-rt in a
riot which broke up the meeting. A
Imob of malcontests tried to shout
i down every speaker and free fights
AT THE CZAR'S PALACE wore ooon ln in-ogreon in Rlmost overy
i portion of the grounds. Walking
| sticks and umbrellas were freely used
and several persons were so badly in-
In the fall, nnd in all probability it
will devote a portion of its time to
hearings in Cleveland. Most of its
time, however, will be spent in the
heart of the oil fields. It. is through
the pipe lines, oil men say, that the
Standard has such absolute control of
the supply of crude oil. The Stand-
ard carries almost all of the oil pro-
duced In the country through ifs'tfipe
A General Was Shot Down by a Cool
Assassin Who Calmly Waited for
Arrest—Bomb at Odessa.
Vienna, July 10.—A report is cur-
rent. in diplomatic circles that Euro-
pean catinets gre threatening to take
join' action to intervene in Russian
Poland to prevent t art her disturbances.
jured that they required medical at-
tention. Many women fainted and
the police were finally compelled to
stop the meeting.
EDWARD AND WILHELM.
Neither of Monarchs Enthusiastic at
Prospect of a Meeting—King to
Chicago. 111., July 15—The Daily,
News' st.aff correspondent at Lon-
don cables that the meeting of King
Edward and the Kaiser, so much talk-
ed of tills week, is still a very un*
certain thipg. Many people in England
and Germany would welcome the re-
contre, but perhaps neither ol the
august personages would approach it
Though the relation between the
courts of London and Berlin are bet-
ter than they were, they are still far
St. Petersburg, Ju'v 15.—Advices re-
ceived from Peterhof state that Gen-
eral Kozloff was assassinated near the
czar's palace there Sunday by a well
dressed man, who Is believed to have
been either a university student or r , , , ■ «««--
professor, bui who haa not yei been THE TWIN TERRITORIES: King Edward will meet the other
identified. The genrai was riding alonx kaiser, the veteran of Australia, in
LATE ARRIVALS AT GUTHRIE AT from cordial. Something is being done
MEETING OF TERRITORIAL t0 improve matters by those who are
pdmmittpp ! on the steps of the throne. The recent
j Norwegian coronation of the great
, reigning dynasties of Europe.
Meanwhile It has been settled that
the street when the asssissin suddenly
drew a revolver from his coat pocket
as he was standing on the sidewalk,
and fired three shots point blunk at
Kozloff. all of them striking him in |
the body and causing almost, instant
death. The assassin stood calmly
watching his victim until he was at
rested. He declined to make any
Are Well Represented by the Ablest
Men of the Party—Some of
Guthrie, Oku?., July 15.— (Special.)—
Indian Territory members of the re-
publican central committee arrlv
September. The Australians are much
gratified by the announcement. The
king will not be entertained at
country villa or shooting scale, but
at the famous palace of the Hnps-
burgs and Schonebrunn. It is assum-
ed at Vienna and Buda Pest that this
gives a political complexion to the
Some rather large statements have
New Officers Nearly All from Chicago
Where Next Meeting Will Be Held.
Buffalo. N. Y.. July 15.—The Nation-
al Skat Congi' ' of North Am-rii i
elected today the following officers:
Max Wartzman, Chicago, president:
Alvln Goff, Chicago, first vice-presi-
dent: Judge J. J. Wolf. Chicago, sec-
ond vice-president; John M Ibrih,
Chicago, secretary; John 1 tester field,
It is customs''' wiih the congres to
choose their t iona) officers from
among the ueni •• rs of the club r pre-
senting the . ii> ' i which they intend
convention, and to-
il to hold the next
ion, the members of
to^n were re-elcvtod.
rly a director, was
Bomb at the Cadets.
Odessa. July Ifi.—A bomb was ex-
ploded after midnight Sunday in the
dining hall of the cadet school and It
nearly completely wrecked the struc-
ture, injuring several students se-
It. is feared that an attempt has
hoc n planned to destroy the residence
of General Kaull rs, and a heavy
guard has been placed around that
structure and no one is allowed to ap-
proach. Sentries have been posted
on th roof and ;i searchlight rigged mlngi
up to illuminate th" vicinity and the E. L.
entire section is rit idly searched every cil(
this evening, over ;i dozen in l,eon published, such as that the king
to hold their
day It was d
With one < >.<
the board tit dl
Alvip Guff, fo
elected first vi
was chosen •>
sonnel of th 1
Wulf Is CI
Max Pfistor, CI
ted, St. Louis;
prudent, causing a
\ Wulf. of this rMv,
i Ills place. The p< r-
d in addition to Mr.
i's Klehorn, Detroit;
eland; Leonard Pin s
Wm. Sieber, McK
moral eff -« i is
mental to the younger employ
all they possess Is lost, money is boi
row >d ut heavy Interest and devol -d t
poker. Some of them owe their salar
Ion for three months ahead. Klndin,
themselves In this condition the> In
come discontented and are th ti at th
stage where they aie untrustworthy.
port, Pa.; Rober' Schiller, Milwaukee;
and Leo H« .man, of New York. The
congress will spend tomorrow at. Ni-
Ready for Big Skat Congress.
Buffalo, N. V.. July 16.—Skat players
were arriving iu the city all day long
today to attend the ninth annual con-
gi ess of the North American Skat
b-ague, which opens in Convention
ball tonight They came singly. In
pairs, trios and by th?« sco Horn
Cleveland, Philadelphia Hobok n,
Milwaukee. Minneapolis. Chlcj««. I).
troit, St Lou New York. Clncinnai
and other points It Is expect d tha'
by tomorrow there will be fully 1 .out-
strangers in the city to take part it
the contests The tournament wil
continue until Tuesday,
A SOLDIERS' UNION
To Perpetuate Constitutional Govern
ment—The New Cabinet, etc.
St. Petersburg, July Id It Is report-
ed that at a meeting at Gatchina, tun-
In re Sunday, a commissioned officer
addressed ti meeting of enlisted men
of the royal guard regiments and urg-
ed all to join the new soldiers' union,
telling them that the organization is
strong In Siberia and the Caucasus
and declaring that its objects wore
the perpetuation of constitutional
government and the Support of the
people against the bureaucracy. The
report says that ill pledged them-
selves to Join in ihe movement,.
At Baku a new organization of tor-
! rorlsts is again very active and is
gaining hundreds of recruits daily.
Its object. Is the assassination of the
official class and the extermination of
I lot .lews
attend tomorrow's meet
ing. Several noted politicians, among
them Col. Clarence Douglass, not
members of the committee, are also
here. The Indian Territory commit-
tee is composed as follows:
Cherokee nation: Chas Fry, Salli-
saw; Horace Gray. Tahlequah: Wm.
Johnson. Bartlesville; Grant Victor,
Afton, chairman of the committee.
Chickasaw: O. A Willis, Ardmore
Ben Calvert, Tishomingo: A. I*'. Cum-
John III%<lo, Ardmore;
\V R. Harris. South Me-
Koltz, Antlers: Joseph
li; Mike Mayer, Coalc. te;
Wit to. Pot
Jake If lite
H. L. McWilliams, Miami;
and Emperor Francis Josef will con-
coct measures for restoring order in
Russia and checking the spread of an-
archial and revolutionary doctrines.
These Imaginative suggestions may
be dismissed. I'ndoubtedly King Ed-
ward Is going to Australia merely to
pay a frlendl> call. Francis Josef ts
itrs oid. and, vigorous as he is,
impossible not to contempla's
•riod when tho Austrian politics
will become exceedingly interesting
to aii Europe, when the last crowned
survivor of ihe ISIs; era passes away.
HOTEL CAVED IN.
Guests Escaped Just in Time After
Alarm in Middle of the Night.
Memphis. Tenn., July Only thv
fart that thev were warned In tune
make the race fo
boom in this dir
Turk, of CI
apson, of Musko
wil honi ;
(1(1 for fa I
rise .but hi
iiplre s ace
ineiidnient on Satin
bill .ippropriut ing
line relief came a
s occasioned the gr
ii the lower houi
figures at the milling today.
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committeemen are expected, the
jority of whom are now here.
Guthrie. Okla.. July 15.—Dr. Li
A Weatherby. of Hobart, a ret
physician, and .i man of promine
wealth and high moral standing
Western Oklahoma, Is mixing with
politicians at the Hoyai hotel
evening He says he is merely I
hen a side wall ol
one of the largest
1 host dries in tha
rash this morning,
mis down \\ th
es in height
u all fell to the
ie ground floor,
in ting to $GO,OOC
;h about midnight a
i were heard, no att<
to them until later whe
tan to settle. Then th
e summoned to arous
d all escaped injury in
he wall fell a panic e
of thf Mitfe
ontion in 1 b04
I. Fill* y are
It Is regarded a
confidence In the
on the part of t
While many of
council of the e
efuses to he
i and is
t hat th
is, much naggage «•«
•r the debris and the l« s
«is cannot bo estimated.
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