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VOLUME Xl'I. I-SSSISK"'!
AiiDJIORIi, LI). TEH.. TlirUHDAA' KVIiNTNB, NOVMIISISIS 1905.
SUBiCS'miOII SCC m 10IIB ! NUM13E11 250
MOB3 STORM JAILS AND RE
LEASE MANY PRISONERS.
Hundreds Killed and Wounded and
Fears Entertained that a Repe
tition cf the July Massacre
St. Petersburg. Nov-. I. Although
today ixuat'il In comparative quiet In
St. Petersl itiK and Moscow, flood
of dispatches from nil parts of tho
Emplro rei.orted disorders In ninny
cities with a heavy total of dead and
The people, celebrating their now
found freedom, were in many instan
ces sot upon by Cossacks nnd police.
Sometimes the spirit of mob vlo
lononce broke forth and the lower cle
ment of tl-e populailon gnvo them
nelvos to pl'lago and destruction.
Tho most serious disorders appar
ently occurred at Odessa, where hun
dreds of pc:?onu are reported to hnvo
been killed or wounded and whero tho
rioting Ib niomentarlly oxpected to
flaro out It to n repetllon of tho
slaughter of Inst July, and at Kazan,
wherein three days' reign of terror
was ended only tho retirement of
Cofesncks to their barracks).
In ninny town's of the Umpire,
mobs. In erne instances numbering
20.000 ha; btormed the municipal
Julls and compelled the release of no
lltlcal prlhimers, with which the has
HIhh nro crowded.
Those mobs nnd others were attack
ed and dispersed hy Cossacks, nnd
mnny people were killed or wounded.
Demonstration at Prison.
HnstofT-on-Don, Nov. 1. A crowd of
'Jrt.000 gathered In the prison square
today and demanded the release of
tho political prisoners.
in response twenty-two men were
released, but the more Important
prisoners were retained In custody.
Tho demonstrators were then dispers
ed by tho ttoop3.
A number of persons were killed
or wounded and the Jewish shops
Tho employes of the Vladlvosaz
railroad have joined In the strike.
Political Prisoners Rescued.
Hyciostok. Russia, Nov. 1. Political
prlsonora wore given up to tho crowds
horo yesterdny. which threatened u
A crowd of 10.000 persons later at
tempted to destroy tho prison, but
wure drlvim off by volleys Ilred by
Ellzabothgrad, Russia, Nov. 1. Tho
crowds her 3 yesterday turned on tho
Jews and plundered their storos.
Odessa. Nov. 1. There was fighting
all night in tho outskirts of tho town,
resulting In tho killing or wounding
of hundreds of people.
Mobs cqmposcil of hundreds of
ihousands took possession of the
Mrccts and it Is said everything was
Tho store.? are closed and business
is substantially suspended; Extreme
The greatest nnlmoslty is displayed
against tho Jews nnd It Is reported
that the secret police nro Inciting the
BITTERS MADE A BAD MAN.
Of Bob Price, lo in Jail on Charge of
Hob Prle is in Jail on charge of
horso stealing and ho Is pretty bad
ly cut up by barb wire. nob says
It was bitters that made him a bad
man. Deputy Hurko brought him down
from' MInno yesterday where ho was
urrostcd Sunday evening.
Price was In Mlnco drinking bitters
and ho 'eft town at dark riding a
horso belonging to U A. Campboll.
Ho says hu roniombors nothing thnt
occurred till horse nnd ridor struci
a wlro fence. Price was badly cut
on tho foot and knee and tho horso
was terribly Injured.
Bob seems to have "come-to" suf
ficiently to find his bearings and make
his way back to town where he was
nrrostod by tho city marshal, lln
will receivo a hearing boforo Judgo
Payne tho latter part of tho week.
Sentatlon on Hearst.
Now York, Nov. 1. A. red flag sup
ported by v hand labeled "Hearst,'
which was strung across Uio street at
Fourth nnd Broadway, was cut down
today by a young mau and trampolod
under foot by a crowd of Indlgnnut
Thousands gathered at tho spot.
Tho young man was arrested and
great crowds followed tho )ollco to
the station, hooting at them.
Baptists In Session.
About fifteen members of tho Indian
Torrltory Iptist Missionary Board of
Indian Territory .r! In soi.oa at 'ho
First HnpUst churi. Tho .ipor.'i i la
Hon for tha year la being apportion
ed today. South McAlest : :,f,vj,
Bankrupt Millionaire Dies.
Chicago, Not. 1. Charles J, Devlin,
bankrupt millionaire coal operator,
died nt St. Elizabeth's hospital in
this city today, tho result of a sec
ond stroke of paralysis. The first
stroko was suffered last summer at
his homo in Topeka, and which led to
tho failure of his vast lntcrosta.
WORK ON ULECTRIC LINE.
Now In Progress Between Sulphur
and Davis Real Estate Climbs.
Davis. I. T . Nov. 2. (Special)
Sixty now wheel scrapers have Just
arrived for the electric line now imder
construction betveen here and tho
Kovernment reservation, nine miles
cast of Dai is. und tennis are soon to
he put to work on the road north of
here. Th contractors say that every
tulle or tin road between Davis and
Oklnhoma City will be under construc
tion within sixty days, and finishing
Into Oklahoma City early in 1907.
In consequence of this electric line,
ami tho early construction or both
the Santa Ke nnd Frisco from here
tastward, Davis real estate is rapid
ly climbing up in value. Several
stiles were made today at prices much,
in excess or ono hundred per cent
over former prices. Capital Is coin
ing In from St. Units, Kansas City nnit
Chicago, end Oklahoma. City "boom
ers" are lure buying vacant lots with
n view to building with brick and
stone. Two new brick blocks are
under consideration by Oklahoma City
parties, anil the thrvc-story brick
hotel Is -.cMired. Contracts have
been let fjr the new hotel.
It Is reported here today that sur
veyors will soon bo In tho field west
of hero running u lino to Iawton.
This road will either cross tho Rock
Maud at Marlow or Duncan. This
is said to bi' a part of tho Frisco sys
tem thnt will connect up their Hues
in Oklahoma, and glvo them an out
it t fcr tneir Coalgato line, soon to
bo built from Scullcn to Ixmlgh or
t'oalgate. Tho lino will run up Wild
orso enwk and open up a beautiful
farming nnd stock raising country
we-t of Davis.
IS MISS CEARY ALIVE?
ATTORNEY SAYS CHORUS GIRL
WILL BE PRODUCED.
Members of Young Lady's Family Not
Satisfied that Rings Are Those
Worn by. Her Physician Impli
cate Has Been Located.
Iloston, Nov. 1. Pending the arri
val of Mori Is Nathan, who left PIUs
burg last night for Iloston, it was
believed hero today that no arrest of
physicians would be mado in the
suit caso mystery until after tho po
lleo officials had an opportunity cf
questioning tho young man.
The statement of Attorney Siskiud,
represent In;; Nathan, that he hoped to
show that Miss deary is in fact alive
and that he expected to demonstrate
this by producing the young woman
created bomethlng of h sensation In
the police circles.
The statement qf the attorney was
read with peculiar Interest in Cam
bridge whero the Gearys livo because
of the fact that some of tho members
of tho Oeary family aro not certain
that the rings found upon the hands
of tho victim were those of Susan,
To tho police the statement suggest
ed Nathan's possible defense and em
phasized the necessity of the common
wealth provluB positively that tho
dismembered parts of tho body in
tho suit cases, tho head being missing,
wero portions of the body of the Gea
Boston, Nov. 1. Hefore leaving hl3
olllco at police headquarters,' Chief In-'
spector W. H. Watts stated Unit thul
doctor w io dlbmembered tho body of J
Susann A. Geary, tho suit caso vic
tim, had beni located. Ho did not cx-!
pect, however, that any arrest would
bo made lor a day or two. Intimating'
that the police were nwaltlng somo-1
thing more definite from Morris Na-
than, the lover or tho girl, who Is now
in custody In Pittsburg, Pa. 1
Fraudulent Solicltltlon of Advertising '
Oiilf Colorado & Santa Fe iikiS 1
Co., Passenger Department.
Galveston. Tex.. Oct. :ilHt. innr.
To tho Editor.
Dear sir- I nm In receipt or ad
vice from ,t number or our northern
connections, that a scheme Is boing
worked In vnrlous parts or tho coun
try by porsong claiming to rcprcsont
a publication cnlled The Southwest,
which they claim Is boing circulated
wnn mo compliments or the
railroad company. The nntno or the
line used ah a "stool pigeon" being
chnnged from lime lo time aa tho oc
casion may require and I suppose
that tho namo or the publication may
bo changed JikewlBO.
The Idea Is to solicit a prospective
advertiser for his card, promising him
Hfty copies of the publication will bo
furnished fioo to each firm represent
ed in Its columns. As a mark of
good faitli a collection of $3 la mado.
It Is needless to say that the publica
tion. If It exists at all Is backed by
nono of tho railroad companies or
tho country nnd tho person or firm
who accepts tho ofTer and pays tho ?3
Is simply being robbed of his money.
Wo glvo you this Information in or
der that you may warn your patrons
ngalnst tio bunco gamo, that Is bo
ing reported from almost overy part
of tho United States.
No complaint has boon received
from Texas, but It Is safe to assumo
that Uieso men will play no favorles
ir they think there Is money In It.
W. S. KEENAN. G. P. A.
Tho examining board will meet at
tho capltol building In Tishomingo,
November n ami 18 to oxamlno all
teachers for tho national schools ot
tho Chickasaw nation.
Dally Ardraoreite 50 cts. per month.
I MAKES ADDRESS ON BOARD THE
ShufCrs Ccal Into the Boiler, Which
at Once is Designated "Roose
velt." Then Tells the Boys
Where Their Duty Rests.
Washington. Nov. I. President
Roosevelt rcnai-ds IiIh smith ern frln
Just ended as a most enjoyablo nnd
prolltnble experience. Particularly did
he enjoy tl.c sen voyage and the pres
ident exnrcssed himself In intuit on.
tliuslnstle arms regarding the ships.
omccrn nn j men or the squadron.
While .11 Ken Klllnl.iv tin. iirnulitnnt
made a speech to tho oflicors and men
oi me west Virginia. He hnd just
completed an Inspection of the en
tire ship. In the holler room a pro
fusely deorated shovel was put Into
his hnnd and he was naked to throw
a shovel of coal into a particular
boiler. He threw In two, and the
boiler was immediately christened
the "Rors velt boiler." The shovol
was pas'd around that every stoker
might shovel coal with It. It was
then speedily demolished into lilts,
each bit bung retained as a souvenir.
At the conclusion of-hls speech tho
president was given three rousing
cheers by tho oflicors and men. His
peech in part, follows:
It is a piivllege for any president
to some on board a squadron of Amer
ican warships such as these, notnlono
to see the ships, but to see the men
who handle them. From the admiral
down throiph the entire ship's compa
ny every Amerlcnn should be proud
of what I have seen aboard this ship.
Discipline, ready subordination of
each man, whether oflicer or enlisted
man to dutj. the care taken of tho
men and i.i return euger, the Intelli
gent, self respecting zeal of each man
In tlolnir bis work Wlint imtut Itn.
press especially any observer Is how
essential II is thnt every individual
on a ship Pko this should do his whole
duty ami In any crisis more than his
duty. The result ns I see it In this
ship is tho triumph not only organ
ization and discipline, but of the
ready zeal with which each individu
al perforins his allotted task. At any
time tome emergency may arlso In
which the safety or the entire ship
will depend upon the vigilance, in
telligence and cool courage of somo
one mnn among you, perhaps nn ofli
cer. perhaps an enlisted man."
No Rock Island "System."
The word "system,'' as applied to
Uu Rock Island trademark, is also to
disappear fiom everything belonging
to the road. Tho Frisco started the In
novation and the Rock Island has now
ordered that every car, every bit of
rolling stock, every piece of printed
matter, and in fact everything relat
ing to the road bear only the words
This move ou the part of the rail
roads, it in understood, Is caused by
legal opinion. When the question of
railway ownership came up intVertnin
casus witnesses would be asked If
they wero employed, say by the "Fris
co System." If the answer was a de
noli, the object being lo show consol
idation of lines the witness would bo
asked why the word "system" ap
peared ou his cards or letter hends.
It is explnlned that tho move is
not designed to cover up anything, but
merely to simplify matters as show
ing that tho roads In question nro
In fact one lino each and not n col
lection of l'nes under the title "sys
tem." a,V, bUo?k 'nl niacino shops
Icknsha, 1. T., which wero closed
! viuiiuimm, i. i., WHICH wero CIOSCU
I tho latter part or last wonth on nc
. count or appropriations bolnir ox-
' j hauBtml, uero
witn run rcrce.
FRISCO'S BAD WRECK.
Engineer Killed on Paris Branch Yes
, Paris. T"x., Nov. 1. As tho south
J bound FKsco Flyer, due horo nt 3:30
. p. in., was coming down a long hilt
' this sliln nt Cnrntitnn tlin flrnt cinilnn
. north of Tallhlnn, 1. T., at 2 o'clock
mis aicernoon. tho engine struck a
cow and vas turned over. Engineer
Mike Popii was Instantly killed, Fire
man Pavne unveil lilmaelf liv li,m,.
Ing. but was soveroly crippled and
scalded by escaping stenm. Tho bag
gage rhr nncT a chair car wero also
turned ovrr, but nobody olso was
Conway's New School.
Tin. kKhnnl Knll.lliin- lu nln - I
Idly. Tho building will bo 24x10 and
will add materially to tho appearance
or our town. Miss Jnnlo Young of
Sluphnr hnj been appointed to teach
Tested the Trap.
This afternoon M.i
and doputlos tested tub death trap
and rope at tho foderal Jail, porroct-l
Ing all arrangements for tho oxecu-'
tlon or Grcnt Williams, tho negro j
double murderor who is to bo oxc-i
emeu i-Ti.iay noon. South McA ester --
i . i ,
Oklahoma Bank Closed.
Washington, Nov. 1. The Farmers
National IJnnlr of Kingfisher, dkla.,
baa. beeh closed bjf direction oi tho
comptroller of currency.
STUDENTS WERE RESPONSIBLE
FOR PIERSON'S DEATH.
Was Tied to Railroad Track, as Part
of Initiation, Where Life was
Ground Out by Train Will be
Taken to Grand Jury.
Mount Veinon, Ohio, Nov. 2. Hur
led beneath a culvert, near tho spot
.whero Stuart Plerson, a college stu
dent, was ground to death by a train
Sunday, 'he authorities have found
three l.uigths or blood stained roic
and a wal of absorbent cotton, also
saturated with' blood. Tho coiintv
prosecutor cxpresi.es the heller thai
tho boy wat chTorofor'med by fellow
students, with saturated cottotoi
bound across Iris face am that ho was
then tied across tho tracks as a pari
of his Initiation In Iho college frater
nity. Tb. prosecutor will carry the
ease to i'i grand Jury. Several per
sons nre under surveillance.
AGAIN IN TROUBLE.
Attempted Assault on Gainesville
Woman, Lands Man in Jail.
Walter Sims, who conducts a llttlo
produce store on East Ilroadway, Is
behind tho bars awaiting the Investi
gation of tl.c grand Jury which Is now
In session to decide his c.as0 of at
tempt n-oault. It Is alleged that
Sims went to tho homo of Grovor
Womnck vt storday afternoon about
ft:. '10 and II Ib alleged while there
made Indecent proposals to the lady
and then made tin attempt at assauP.
Mrs. Womack kept the man away as
best she eu.ld anil hi- finally left the
A short time after the- occurrence
Mr. Womack came homo from worK
and his wife told lilm or the trouble.
The husband at once became furious
and gettln;; his gun went In search of
the man who had attempted to ruin
ills home. K found Sims at the store.
Entering the place Womack at once
begnn to pump the cold load at Sims.
Five shots were fired and every ont
went am!as and struck tho walls.
After firing the shots Womack repair
ed at oncn to tho police station where
he gave hlmsoir up. lie was locked
up in jail until this morning and at an
early hour tho grand Jury discharged
him rrom custody. Womnck at once
swore out a warrant for tho arrest or
Sims and lie was taken Into cunloly
and Is now languishing hchln.l ihu
bars awaiting lb petit n or the itrjr.it
Sims Is the same man who was con
victed sevcrnl year.? ago on the
charge of committing rape on tho
daughtor of Tom Hrucc. Hy the low
er court ho was sentenced to olgtit
years imprisonment and escaped sen
Ing the time by tho reversal of the
decision of the lower court after the
case had lien carried to tho higher
t ribuual. Gainesville Messenger.
Hearlnns on Restriction Removal.
Indian Agent Kelsey has Issued
an order sitting the dates and places
for hearings for tho removal or re
strictlons. In order to facilitate this
work, tho Indian ngent sends a man
to each locality to Investigate appli
cations, Tho following is tho list of
towns and dates: Sapulpa, November
11; Holdenville, November 13; Ada
November II: Ardmoro, November 1C,
Pauls Valley, November 21 and 22;
South McAIcster, November 23 and
21; Vlnlta. Novembor 25; McCurtain.
November 27; Potcau, Noverabm 28
nnd 2D; Tnllhlna, December 1 and 2:
Tuskahoma, December 1; Antlers, De
cember ft and G; Fort Towson. De
cember 7. 8 nnd 9, Garvin, Doicwtjor
11 nnd 12, Hugo, Docombjr 13 and
14. Durant. December 1C and HI, Ato
ka, December IS nnd 19.
INVADE DEATH VALLEY.
Auto to be Used by N. J. Miller, a
St. Louis, Nov. 1. N. J. Mlllor. n
omig Mlssi.urlnn now In this city,
proposes to Invado Death Valley, Cal
ifornia, tn an automobile with tho
view of developing a mineral lougo
which ho suys he discovered two
years ago. Miller says that unllko
"Siotty" who hns grown wealthy
from tho Dfnth Valley mines, ho does
not propose to keep his knowledge
of tho location of tho mlno to him
self. Mr. Miller Is hero for tho pur
jkbo or consulting with Albert Webb,
tho auto racer, who, ho says, has n
contemlrlatlon a trip to tho Deaui
Valley in an automobile
Taft to Panama.
Colon, Ncv. 2. Cruiser Columbia
from Norfolk with Secrotnry Taft and
party on bocrd arrived today, tho pub
lice buildings -were decorated and a
salute fifed in tho secretary's honor.
Death of G. A. R. Veteran.
Kansas City, Nov. 1. T. J. Jack
son of Newton. KansaB, Chief of Staff
of Kansas, died nt Agnew hospital to
day as a retult of an accident at tho
union depot last nlRht when In an cf
fr to board a moving train ho was
ilrown beneath tho wheels.
Wynnewood to Vote Bonds.
Wynnowcod, I. T.. Nov. 1. Tho
e ty' council .of Wynnewood his or
'.crpd an f 'ectlon to be heid Nov. 28 j
to decide on isitulajf ?2H,O0Q thirty
war ft per cent- bonds to build au 1
up-to-date -system of waterworks. U
lu btllevl that tho eloctlon will bo
n)y carried for bonds.
TO ELIMINNATE SPECULATION.
President Jordan Hopes to Bring Ne
gotiations to Stop Gamblers.
Dallas, Nov 1 The announcement
was otlleially Riven out tonight Uiat
liarvle Jordan. president of tho
Southirn Cotton association, and E.
I). Smith, president or the South Caro
lina illf In.oii or th- same organization,
will deliver addresses at the Texas
State Fair ground auditorium next
Saturday nrternoon on tho cotton
question and collateral Issues. It is
probnble that thete will also be other
Kpoakors rt the meeting.
In his nddress lo the executive
cotnmltto.1 of the Texas division of
the Southern Cotton Assoelntlon to
day. Air. .Tenlnii tiwil.- lili-luu- niinl
concerning the marketing of cotton
than heretcforo. He predicted that
the price of cotton will soon bo arbi
trarily llx.'d between the grower and
' the spinner; that progress has been
j made In that derectlon by tho South
ern ('otto i iiHuoclatlon. and tho pro-
pects nro good for the early and com
plete nrr.ingenienttt or such business
relations, thus absolutely eliminating
i thcelement of "peculation rrom tho
price or cotton.
If this i. accomplished It will put
an end to the Inlluenco now exerted
the bulls and bears In tho cotton
exchanges and will slop tho rapid
tluttiiatloin which have been tho
meniiB of enriching somo nnd bank
rupting others. Just how ho will ac
complish il, result, President Jordan
does not !:. but he Insists It can be
CASE TRANSFERRED TO PARIS.
Louie Brown, Indian Youth Will go to
During the present term or district
court at Ada, tho caso or ljuulu
Hrown, nn Indian, was transferred to
the eastern district or Texas and will
be tried nt Paris. Hrown is charged
with hilling his mother and brother
and shooting ins stepfather. It Is al
leged tha' be attempted the destruc
tion of the other members of tho fnm
lly In order to get possession of the
estnte. Whether theso facts will bo
borne by tin evidence remains to be
At the some term of court Arthur
Shitchllehl e boy of ill, charged with
breaking into a store at Connervllle
was sent t the reform school for live
CAN BEAT VOTING MACHINE.
Linotype Operator Shows Where the
Contrivance is Imperfect.
Chicago, III., Nov. I. A dispatch to
the Tribune from San Francisco, Cal,
Tho voting machine to bo used nt
tho coming municipal election Novem
ber 7. was given a lest yesterday bo-
nro a conimittco representing tno
ruslonlsts. ns it had been claimed it
was Impossible lo bent the machine.
A linotype operator on a newspa
per showed that, by placing a small
rubber band lu a certain placo near
the name of tho fusion caudldato for
mayor, tho m'achilio would not regis
ter tor the mayor, though It would
for all tho other candidates. An ox
pert representing the mnchlno com
pnny nnd a hall doien newspaper men
were unable to mako tho machlno reg
ister while the rubber band was in
MINERS FOR JOINT STATEHOOD,
President ot Mine Workers Union
Says Will not Vote for Sequoyah.
South MiAlestcr, I. T., Nov. 1.
Peter Hanraty, president or tho Indian
Territory Mine Workers Union, today
stated that ho favored Joint statehood
for both Oklahoma and Indian Terri
tory; that ono big stalo waa better
than two small ones nnd that ono
good sta'e wns better than two poor
Mr. Ilntirnty has advised that the
miners of Indian Territory have noth
ing to do "with the vote to bo taken
by the sepaiato staters. Ho says for
tho miners and thoso not In sym
pathy with separate statehood to stay
away Trim tho polls. Mr. Hanraty
predicts that a joint statehood hill
will pass this coming sesslou of con
Kress. Tom W. Lawson's Claims.
Huston, Mass., Nov. 1. Thomas W.
Kawnoii lu an infervjow today jravo
somo figures cn the cmiiwlgn ho S8
conducting agilnst tin uln In-'-iante
companies. Ho says ho has sent out
threo million pieces of mail mattor
asking for policy holders' proxies.
Thoso co it $12,000 for postngo and
$13,000 for printing. Ho established
a private printing plant for the pur
pose, employing seventy-nlno persons.
Ho has twelve clerks opening mall
and slxty-sevon tabulating proxlos, ad
dressing documents and folding bullo
tlns. Ho c'nlms to have had IC.000
proxy coupons returned and to hnvo
sent copy for proxy blanks to 29,000
applications throughout tho country.
INDIANA BANK ROBBERY.
Burglars ftcurc Four Thousand Dol
lars from Safe.
Washington, Ind., Nov. 2. Tho
Sandborn Hank at Sandborn Ind. was
robbed las night of four thousand
dollars by burglars, who blow open
tho safo and escaped.
The Tishomingo Construction com
pany, with a capital or $25,000. tiled
articles of Incornorntlon this morning.
W. -M. Lucas Is president and A. H.
Chapman v cn president. It Is em
powered to build electric roads, and
W pposed to bo subsidiary to CTo
sciv- u million dollars corporation or
ianlzed, donn there a few weeks ajo.
! THE JEWS
, "ROYALISTS" CONTINUE THEIR
' MURDEROUS WORK.
Thirty Killed and One Hundred are
Wounded In Conflict at Warsaw
Last Night No Assembtaoe
' Allowed in the Streets.
Odessa. Nov 2.- Anarchy Is ram
pant here, killing and plundering by
tho hnnds cf hundreds or "IoynllstK '
continued this morning, nttacka on
lews are li.cutMtnt. Tho night wan
i made hideous by bodies or "loyalists"
j with whom tho police nro frntcrnlzliiB.
inarching through tho streets, smash
j jug everything m their way. and loot
i lug shops and houses. Hospital wag
' oils carried ninnv ltllt.t.i ,
------ "rf .....,m, nuilljUL-U timi
mutilated. Tho population is panic
Warsaw. Nov. 2. It now appears
l uku inirty persons wero killed and
oer a hundred wounded during tho
conilitcs here last night. Instead ot
the expected abolition or martial law
today, tho military governor announc
ed that tn consequenco of yesterday's
disturbances, crowds assembling la
mieeiB wouiu uo dispersed by forcu
hi. Pet -rsljUrg, Nov. 2. General
Klulgels and Governor General Ku,.
have boon removed.
( M arsaw, Nov. 2. The infantry flrou
on a crowd or demonstrators this
afternoon. Two persons wero killed
and soveu wounded. Many lights tonic
place In vnrlous parts of tho city.
I Restoff-on-Don. Nov. 2. Tho town
today Is In tho hands of tho rlotora
I who are plundering by tho wholesalo.
Firing Is frequent In tho streets an l
ninny persons have been killed or In-
I J tired.
Radom. Kussla, Nov. 2. Antl-gov-ernment
demonstrations yesterday en
ded in widespread rioting. A mob bar
ricaded the streets. Soldiers fired vol
leys at them an thero was many vic
tims, both clvlllnns and soldiers.
Minskeusto, Russia, Nov. 2. Tho
troops iir."d on demonstrators Inst
night, killing many nnd wounding
Orel. Ru.,sla, Nov. 2. Anti-Jewish
rioters have broken out horo. Tho
shops hnvo been looted and many
killed or Injured.
CHEROKEE3 $4,000,000 CLAIM.
Solicitor General Asks that Case be
Advanced on Docket.
Washington, Nov. 1. A claim ot
Uio Cherokco nation against tho gov
ernment for moro than 4,000,000 will
1m decided by tho supremo court at aa
early date, Tho caso Involving this
claim was brought beforo tho court
today by nollcitor general Hoyt, who
submitted a motion that It bo ad
vanced for argument nnd decided be
fore March 4, 1900, on which dato tho
tribal governments In tho Indian Ter
ritory will pass out of existence.
Tho controversy grows out of tha
amounts paid for tho removal of tho
Eastern Chcrokees to tho Indian Tor
rltory. SENATOR CLAPP 18 MAD.
Says Stories That he is Against Sin
gle Statehood Are False.
Washington, Nov. 1. Moses E.
Clnpp, or Minnesota, a member of tho
committee on Indian affairs, who has
just completed a tour of Oklnhoma
and Indian Torrltory, has arrived In
Washington, nnd Is preparing for tho
coming session of congress. Senator
Clapp says that any lnterirlow" pur
IHirting to be with him In which ho
Is quoted bb nssertlng that tho peoplo
or tho two territories aro In ravor of
statehood lor each, docs not correctly
roprostmt his views, nor was It war
ranted by anything ho hns said, either
to n nowspapor mnn or to nnyono
elso. Tho senator bollovos that tho
sentiment In tho territories Is distinct
ly In favor or slnglo statehood for
both of the territories. In fact ho
hellcvoB ibal tho peoplo of tho terri
tories and tho members of congress
do not at this tlmo seriously consider
any other proposition.
Former Territory Official.
Major Wm. Nelson, tho first clerk
of tho court of Indlnn Territory, nnd
his son ALdrew, arrived last night
from Ch.irlottsvlllo, Vn., and will
spend somo tlmo in tho city. It is
understood that they will eugago In
tho Insurance business hero. Major
Nelson was tho clerk of tho court es
tablished la Indian Territory. Ho
camo hero with Col. Noodles, Judge
Waldron and Judgo Shackloford at
tho tlmo court jurisdiction was trans
ferred froai Fort Smith to Muskogee.
Mrs. W. I. EvanB, Cloarwater, Kas.,
writes; "My husband lay sick for
three months. Tho doctors said that
ho had quick consumption.
Ho prontircd a bottlo of Ballard'
Horchound Syrup nnd It cured him.
That was six years ago. Stnco thca
wo havo always kept a. bottlo in tha
houta.Wo cannot do without It. For
coughs aal colds it has no epual."
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