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Oft, 'v., t MM fl "ot volume xn. 1 FlIDNKY I HnuKitmok, I ARDMOBK, INI). TEH., MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 1, U)0C tS9BSC!PTI0l 50C PER BORIS I NUMBER 249 m MS 1 W Yfil TEAGHERS' ASSOCIATION OF INDIAN TERRITORY PETITION CONGRESS FOR SCHOOLS. Ask for Emergency Bill to Continue Work Prof. Horton of Broken Arrow Elected President and Muskogee for Next Meeting. Tho Indian Territory Teachers' As sociation which has been In conven tion at South JIcAlestor him complet ed one of it h most successful annual IllCetlllRS. At the election of officers the fol lowing wore chosen. President 0. W. Horton, llroken Arrow. Vice President J. A. Hums, Nc watn. Secretary Mrs. Mary S. Ogrt.cn, South McAlastor. nnllwny Secretary aV. Trj.nuru Chns. ConiBtock, Ft. Gibson. Uxcutlvo Conimlttec Chas. 'Evans, Ardmoro; C. W. Illlos, Muskogee; J. O. Mnsters. Wllburton, Friday night the featuro was Uig lecturo of Dr. W. I IJurdlck, of tho University of Kansas, a -ocoptlon at th" Husby parlors was largely attend ed and a select musical program- was rendered by local talent. Saturday morning tho following resolution was adopted and Judge .1 Henry Shepherd, Wnlter Fol well and n. F. Copeck selected to present tho samo to.congrcss: Resolution. To tho Sonato and House of Repre sentatives: Whereas; under existing condi tions neither tho congressional appro priation nor tho tribal funds for tho support of tho schools In tho Indian Territory aro avallablo after Marcn 4, 1900, and nearly 1,000 schools arc dependent on them, wo most respect fully and earnestly petition your Hon- orablo body to make immediate pro vision for their continuance during tho remainder of tho present fiscal year. It Is of tho greatest possible Inter est to tho people of Indian Territory that thoro bo an emergency bill passed by congress continuing tho country schools. If thoso schools are closed on Mnrch 4, It will result in a great hardship and many of tho school buildings will bo lost for that purpose as it Is agreed that thoy aro to re vert to tho persons on whose lands tiny aro located. Tho general resolutions adopted by tho association wcro qulto lengthy. Thanks wero returned to tho teach ers and citizens of South M'cAloster for tho entertainment and hospital lty, to tho naptlst congregation for tho uso of their building, to tho local press and ladles who furnished music at tho various sessions, to thoso who delivered lectures, etc. Tho adminis tration of Supt. Benedict, of Indian schools, was endorsed. Tho noxt meeting will be held at Muskogee. Rogers Wins Out. Washington, Dec. 31. Tho Interior department has decided to recognize W. C. Hogors, principal chief of the Cherokco nation, as such until tho dissolution of tho tribal government March 4. No recognition will bo ac corded Frank .1. Hotidlnot, who claims election ns successor to Hogors. Tho controversy resulted from tho refusal of Hogors to call an election for tho lection of his successor. Ho contended that as tho tribal govern ment would bo abolished on tho dato named, an election was unnecessary and that it would bring about confu sion in tho business affairs of the tribe, besides Involving unnecessary oxponse. Houdlnot himself Issued tho call and then ho and his supporters started lmpeachinont proceedings ngalns Hogors. Tho controversy was brought to tho Interior department and was rccontly argued beforo Assistant At torney Oonoral Campbell. W. P. Has tings of Tahlequnh represented Hog ors nnd Doudlnot wns represented by Mr. Murchlson of Tahlequnh, Secre tary Hitchcock holds that It was tho function of tho prlnclpnl clrtet to call an election and that thero wero no grounds for Impeachment proceedings against Rogers. Asking Executive Clemency. Albany, N. Y Dec. 31. Gov Hlg gins announced tonight that ho had received a letter from Dr. Allen Mc Ijino Hamilton of Now York City. In which tho well-known nllonlst asked for executive clemency for Albert T. Patrick, tho Now York- lawyer, now in Sing Sing awaiting execution for tho alleged murder of WHUani Marsh Rico. "Tho grounds on which Dr. Hamil ton asked mo to Interfero," said Gov. HIgglns, "are, first, that ho believes thoro Is no proper ovldonco thai. Mr. Rico's death camo from unnatural causes, And socondly, that no confi dence should bo placed In tho testi mony of Jones, tho valet, on account of his conflicting stories." Gov. HIgglns said ho had received other letters from otlior peoplo throughout tho stato, who wero Inter esting thomselves In Patrick's bohnlf. Ono of theso was from former Judgo John F. Dillon of Now York, who took tho namo grounds as Dr. Hamilton. No executive nctlon has yot been tnken regnrdlug tho letters. A -woman crloJ when sho Is tickled, nnd laughs whon eho Is mad. TERMINATION OF FEUD. Commissioner Payne Takes a Hand In Settling Scoro Marlow Matters. Mnrlow, I. T., Doc. 31. (Special) -What is hopod to bo tho last chapter In tho neighborhood scrap that oc currort near Doyle, I. T., a few day ago in which a young man by tho nnmo of Ixjpor wnss hot twico In tho shotildor. was terminated yesterday. All partlos, to the number of nearly a dozen, wore brought before United States Commissioner Payne nt Chick nslin, and tho londors In the fight Bnllnrd and Ipor, woro fined $100 each. Tho rest wero dismissed after receiving u severe lecture by tho commissioner ns to future behavior. A light snow foil In this vicinity nnd will soften up tho grass. Cattle are do. lug well but there seems to bo littlo trading done. R. T. Lylo will ship a carload of hogs to tho Fort Worth market Tuosdny night. Work will begin on tho Marlow wn tor works plnnt within a fow days. Our town council passed tho final or dinance necessary to this end last night. Wo are oiwn to nn electric light proposition from nny partlos who aro Interested along that lino. Our cotton crop Is about all In nnd our farmers nro figuring on nextyenr. Our merchants have had a good year past, and feel Kreatly pleased nt fit turo prospects. PROHIBITION NOT FAVORED SENTIMENT IN CONGRESS WOULD BE UNCONSTITUTIONAL.. House Committee on Territories Now Hearing Arguments As to the In corporation of Such Provision In Statehood Bill. Washington, Doc. 31. Tho house commltteo on territories Is now hear ing nrguments on whether or not a prohibition provision shall bo incor porated In tho bill admitting Oklaho ma to statehood. It Is said by those familiar wIUi tho work in congross that tho sentiment thoro Is opposed to requiring prohibition in tho now state, tho contention being that It would bo unconstitutional nna would so bo regarded by tho now stato. Thoro Is somo sentiment In favor of tho inserting of a clauso forbidding tho salo (f Intoxicants to Indians, based upon tho fact that tlio trcntlcii with tho Indians for many years have recognized tho Importanco of provon". Ing tho salo of whisky nmiiig thenl. Thoro hns been somo talk of preson: Ing a provision prohibiting tho salo jo tho Indians beverngos of any kind containing above a cortiln uor cent ago of alcohol, this being In lino with tho contention of tho browors that the Indian would bo a better citizen If ho woro nllowed tho light drinks, and forbidden tho stronger. Thoro has boon no opportunity to sound tho pres ident ns to what ho would do about a Btatehood bill containing provisions ho did not bellovo In, nnd so far his Ideas as to a provision In tho stnte hood bill aro unknown. POLICE CAPTAIN INDICTED. Dallas Grand Jury Finds Four True Bills Against Him. Tho Dallas county grand Jury, which adjourned today, returned four Indict ments against ni L. McMIUIan, night captain of tho Dallas polite force, charging him. with accepting four bribes. Tho grand Jury alleges that Captain M'cMlllInn accepted $40 from Austin Allen, with 'the understanding that ho would seo that Allen would not bo nrrested for violating tho Sun day law. In nnother Indictment, tho grand jury nlleges Uiat $20 was ac cepted from' Albert Schuman for n similar purpose; a third Indictment alleges that Captain McMIUIan ac cepted $10 from James Stowart, nnd a fourth Indictment alleges that ho accepted $20 from Hugh Chamborlaln," all for tho snmo class of reasons, The sheriff's dopartmont arrested Captain McMIUIan at 4:30 this after noon. Tho captain mado bond nnd was not taken Into custody. It Is understood that Captain Mc MIUIan nnd his friends aro going to urgo that tho cases against him bo tried' In tho district criminal court noxt weok, ns thoy rcallzo tho neces sity of removing nny cloud thnt ho may bo undor or nny criticism thnt might bo Indulged In ngainst tho po llco department officials becnuso of his indictment. Check for Each Baby. Eldora, Iown, Dec. 31. In tho ox porlenco of Goorgo Crnmor, here, thero Is a moral which President Roosevelt nnd nil others interested in proventing rnco Bulcldo might study with profit When Cramer's first baby caino ho wrote to his father informing him of tho event and remarking that whllo ho -was proud of tho littlo follow ho could scarcely afford tho luxury of a baby at that tlmo. In reply his father mailed n check for' $1,000 and promlsod to dupllcato tho gift ovory i.mo tho stork should visit his son's homo. As a result, tho storlc has been joy fully recolved nt Cramer's homo no loss thnn twelvo times nnd $12,000 plus accrued Interest nnd earnings roposo In tho bank hero to Cramor's credit. It Is a pleasure to take Dr. Dado'B Littlo Liver Pills and enjoy their tonic effect upon tho liver. Sold by City Drug Store. EX-GOVERNOR MEETS DEATH IS DLOWN UP WITH DYNAMITE BOMB AT HIS HOME. Victim of a Horrible Crime Dlep.Wlth. out Giving Information as to Who Was the Perpetrator Trage dy Arouses Entire Sta'f:. Roles. Idaho, Dec. 31. Frank Stenti berg, former governor of this s'lio, was killed nt 0:40 this evening nf his, home In the suburb of Caldwell. A dy namite bomb hnd been placed nl hit front gnto, with somo contrivance by which It was exploded as ho -jiuoro-i. Iloth legn wero blown off an 1 ho lived but 20 minutos. Tha bomb w.is prob ably placed by tho gnto poU and the moving of the qute ent uli-l it. When porsons rushing to tho spot reached the prostrate man, tho lat ter snld something like "Who shot me?" Ho nlso said something nbout turn ing him over, but ho lapsed Into un consciousness nt onco and nled with out giving nny Information. Tho victim's clothing nnd his shoes wero torn to tatters and his back was terribly Injured. Iloth logs woro shat tered frightfully. Tho shock of the explosion was felt nil over tho town nnd broko nil tho glass I ntho sldo of tho governor's home. Every road out of town Is being gunrdid nnd It Is hopod to In tercept every suspect. Thoer Is no reason for the outrage, but It Is charged to somo member of the famous Inner clrclo of tho Coucr d' Aleno dynamiters whom ho pros ecuted bo relentlessly In 1899 whllo ho was governor. Governor Gooding is In communi cation with tho authorities of that county and Is prepared to put tho full support of tho stato behind the officials thero In running flown tho iinrnntr.itnra nf tlin orlnio. It. la thought probnblo Unit tlio leading de tpctlvo agency of tho country will bo nsked to send somo or tlielr nest men to ho scene and the stnte will offer as .k-':k- :-& .:-.: . I Tjie annual election 'it the directors of the ; j , Ardmore Commercial Club will be held on next ; , Tuesday night, and a full attendance of the mem- I bers is desired. The position of a director is an important one and it is hoped that good and active ; worHers will be selected. -x.-x.-k-K":- great a roward as tlio governor may find ho has tho power to propose. Tho deceased was governor of tho stato from 1S97 to 1901, having been twico elected. Ho wns born In Iowa ; 44 years ago and hnd boon In Idaho since 1887. no leaves n who nnu thrco children. Two men nro undor suspicion who had been lying nbout Nnmpa soveral days and left for Caldwell today. Thoy lived at Conor d' Aleno at tlio tlmo of tho riots in 1899. Descrip tions of theso men nro being wired In ovory direction. STATEHOOD BILL. Is to Have Right of Way In Congress. Big Guns Say So. Wnshtngton. Dec. 31. It Is the present Intention to glvo tho state hood hill tho right of way over tho Phlllnnlne tariff bill. At a conferonco In which Speaker Cannon, Represen tative Dalzoll and Roprcsentntlvo Hamilton, chairman of tho committee on territories, participated, It was de cided to bring In a rulo Immediately on tho reassembling of congross, Jan uary 4, for tho consideration of tho statehood bill. Tho measure will bo tho Hamilton bill ns rcportod from tho commltteo on territories, provid ing for tho creation of two states out of tho four territories. Tho rulo will provldo that no amendment shall bo entortalnod by tho house, but In order to forestall any criticism on tho scoro of a gag law, tho debate will not bo limited nnd no dato will bo flxod for a voto." It Is expected, howovor, that tlio house will tiro of a fruitless discus sion and that tho bill will bo put on Jts passago within four or' fivo days after it,. Is reported from tho com mittee. Texas Editor Killed. Waco, Dec. 31. A special from Cameron, Milam county, states that Editor Oscar F. McAnelly of tho Her aid was killed by an omployo named Terry this morning. McAnolly was cut to pieces nnd tlio jugular vein sever ed. Terry Is 23 yenrs old nnd unmar ried. McAnelly leaves a famflyrhere wero no oyo witnesses. .McAnelly Is known nil over Toxas. Tho causo of tho trouble is unknown. "Something Good." "Tho Convict's Daughtor,' which comes to tho opora houso Jan. 4th, re turns brJEhtor nnd hotter than over. Now scenery, now costumes, now songs, etc., mnko UiIb ploco ono of tho strongest nttractlons of tho sea son. 31-2 WHITE FLAGS AREFLYING MUTE WITNESS TO THE END OF UPRISING IN MOSCOW. Contest Wages Between Wltte and Durnovo for Supremacy The Rus elan Government Announces Will Crush Revolutionaries. Moscow, Jnn. 1. White lings flying from n dozen factories nnd tenement houses of the Prosnn district, where the revolutionaries ninde their Inst stand, now benr unite witness to the ond or the "Docemhor uprising In Moscow." The ontlro district Is now occupied by troops. During tho night the vast majority or the members of the "lighting Io gloiu," either surrendered or, nfter throwing away their arms, endeavor oil to escape in tho guise of penceful citizens. Mombers who acted aH a guard to tho revolutionary forces stuck to their forces and tho surren der of this handful this morning fur nished the last net of tho wingulnnry drama. St. Petersburg, Jnn. 1. Tho report that Count Witto Is booked for re tirement In a fow dnys Is again being persistently circulated. Tho Nnsha Si shin, which declares It can gunrnntce tho nccuracy of Its statement, says that M'. Durnovo, Minister of tho In terior, who is worshiped ns an Idol by tho Court Camarilla, which bo llovos that his stern liollcy nlono can put an end to tho existing nnnrchy, has accomplished tho downfall of the court anil will be elovntod to the pre miership. Investigation by tho Associated Press, however, Indlcatos taut tho ro l)Ort Is hnHOloaa rortnlnlv frn (li n,v mont. Nevertheless, It Is truo Uiat M. uurnovo nns a powerful cabal of re actionaries behind him nnd tempora rily soems to dominate tho situation. St. Petersburg, Jan. 1. An olllclnl communication published this morn ing refers to tho threats of the revo- fr lutlonary organizations to rcnow tho struggle uns month. Tlio government nfter declaring tlinl theso incuts aro of r. nature calculated to Intlmldnto ill-informed people, nn nounces Its determination to energet ically suppress nil propnratlons for bucIi a rising. It doclures that tho ris ing, If carried Into oITect, will bo crushed with ovory means In tho pow er of tho government. Osage Lease Delayed. "HnrtIosvllle. 1. T., Dec. 31.Tho statement made lately by oil prospec tors that tho application of J. S. Glonn to leaso for oil and gas purposes nil that portion of tho Osago Indian resor. vatlon not Included In tho leaso of tho Indian Territory Illuminating Oil company has been recommended by tho commissioner of Indian afTnlrs for approval by tho secretary of tlio In terior, Is contradicted by department letters. Following tho publication of theso loiters, It Is snld, that a pro test will bo filed against tho npprovni of tho Glenn loases. A portion of a lot tor, signed by Socronry Hitchcock, October 17, reads: "In vlow of tho fact thnt tho nctlon of tho Osago council In this matter was entirely without tho knowledge or authority of this department,, nnd thnt tho oil nnd gas loaso now bot hy tho Indian Torrltory Illuminating Oil company and embracing the whole roservatlon, will not expire until March 1G, 1900, after which dato tho renewal of said leaso authorized by act of March 3, 190n, will take effect, tho dopartmont will not, nt tho pres ent tlmo, entertain any proposition looking to Uio leasing of any portion of tho roservatlon fpp. the purpose in dicated." DYNAMITE BOMB THROWN. Infernal Machine Wrecks Front of .Macaroni Factory, Scranton, Pa. Scranton, Pa Dec, 31. A dynamlto bomb wns thrown against tho frJnt door of tho Giovanni Fazzl mncnronl factory nt 228 Franklin nvoruo at 1 o'clock this morning and tho wholo front of tho building nnd half tho storeroom was wrecked, Tho Arling ton ho'tel adjoining was badly dam aged. Fazzl has received scvornl lottors lately signed thu "Iron Head," de mandlns monoy nnd threatening tho death of his family and hlmsolf. Buggy for Sale. Slngle-horso buggy, with hnrneBit; littlo used. Apply Frnser & Frasor. 31-3t BIG FIRE A f JEFFERSON. Business Block Wiped Out This Morn In During New Year's Clamor. .Terrors-mi, Tex.. Jnn. 1. Shortly nf tor midnight tonight lire wns dlscov erod In the Spellings block, the prln clpnl business block In the city, and iM'foro tho llames wore extlntrilnlie 1 the entire block w.u In ruins. Tin lo sers, so fnr ns enn be told nt this tlmo wero ns follows: F. Oppenhelni, confectionery. Sam Mnron. dry goods. H. Handles, dry goods. Roberts, Sunset saloon. Two restaurants. L. Goldstein, dry goods. Tho lire came Just ns the 7. muds of New Yenr eelebmtfon rung out, 'nil It wns mipiKjsod by the ieople that the nlnrin whs pnrt of clamor, giving the blaze good hendwny. Tho telophnne system was lmdly dnnuged. At this hour no ncrurato estimate enn bo iimde of tho ncttuil lost., but It will be heavy. Killed by Toy Pistol. Wapanuckn, I. T., Dec. 31. The little "-year-old son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Plainer nceldentnlly shot him self In the hand with li toy pistol, which cnused his death soon nfter the accident, AiR SHIP FOR THE NORTH POLE PLANS BEING MADE Tu SEND WELLMAN OUT OF COUNTRY. Will Probably Gei Away in July or August fJcxt Santos Dumont to Accompany Him Wireless Telegraphy to be U8ed. Chicago, Dec. 31. 'Build nn nlrshlp, go find tho north polo nnd report by wireless telegraphy and submnrlno cnblo tho progroaa of your efforts." This was tho startling assignment Igvon a fow dnys ago to Wnlter Well man, Washington correspondent of tho Chicago Record-Herald, by Frank II. Noyes, editor-in-chief of tlio paper, nnd the commission has l)-:cn accept ed by Wellmnn. As an assistant on this daring expe dition, Wellmnn will have tho ser vices of Alberto Santos Dumont of Paris, who will have chargo of the construction of tho nlrshlp and wli net ns aeronautic director and pilot for tho Bhlp on its voyago toward tho north polo. Tho nlrshlp, tho order for which hns been given, will bo built by imls Godard of Paris, under supervision of M'. Santos Dumont, nnd will bo completed by tho nod of noxt April. No definlto dato has yet boon docldcd upon as to when tho explorers will start on tholr Journoy, but it Is ex pected that ovorythlng will bo In rean lnesH to got awny noxt July or early In August. Biggest Farm In the World. In n moment of vinous enthusiasm Daniel Webster put his hand In his pocket, nsked how much the national dobt waB, nnd offered to pay It hlm solf. A Mexican fnrmcr, Don Luis Tor razas, a groat friend of President Dl nz, onco offered to assumo tho Mex ican national dobt, nnd it wouldn't have kept him' awnks nights If his offer had boon nccsptcd. Don Luis has what you might call a tidy littlo farm In Chihuahua: about 8,000,000 acres. It takes tho Moxlcan Central trains more thnn n half day to cross it. Whow! Don Luis Js thought to own more than a million cattle, but a bag- atollo of a hundred thousand or bo more or leas novor bothers him. His stable consists of more thnn 100,000 horses; his Bheopfold of 700,000 sheet); From 200,000 to 300,000 calves are branded with his brand every spring. Moro than a thousand cowboy3 and so on koep his cattlo on n thous and hills, Ily tho way, his farm in cludes a few mountains for diversifi cation. At lift slaughtor nnd pncklng hoitsoB, near Chihuahua city, 250.0J0 cattle, as many sheop, nnd hogs Innu merable aro killed; and awny thoy go In his own rofrlgorator cars. Some 40,000 porsons dwoll on his ostnto nnd nro ruled by this Arnblnn Nights far mor. who lives In n $2,000,000 (silver) castle, Is a swoll and nabob such ns theso United Stntos know not. Kv orybody'B. The New Year at Washington. WnslUngton, Jnn. 1. Now Year's day at the National capltol Is being observed with nil the traditional bril liancy which time nnd custom havo decreed shall ehnrcterlzo. an ofuctal greeting of the Now Year. At tho Whllo Houso tho president nnd Mrs. Rbosovdlt rccclvpd thq peoplo of tho world who filed pasttUl their numbers reached up Into thousands. Miss Texer Expert Shot. Oklahoma City, Jan. 1. Miss Bar bara Texer today, shot and killed F. C. Clayton, a business men of t'.its city. Tho woman nssorts Clayton a: tomptod to assault l-.er nin &ho sho: In Bolf-dofcnBo. Tho shooting occurred In tho wo man's room In Hudson street nnd ol lowed tho attempt of Clayton to forco tho door, both aro single, tho woman Is 25, tho man about 35. Tho woman Is undor nrrest ponding Investigation by tho coroner which will bo held tomor row. Tho I-ndles' Aid Society of tho Cen tral llaptlst church will meet with Mrs. Sldnoy Suggn Tuesday nftornoon at 3 o'clock. A full nttendance Is do-Blrod. CITIZENSHIP CASES REOPEN UNDER DECISION THE COMMIS. 3ION STILL HAS WORK. Citizenship Cases in the Chickasaw and Choctaw Nations Come to the Front Again Labors of Com mission May Last Years. A special to the press sa,- Hy a decision of the Inttri,),. Do partment recently received by Un Dawes commission here the work of the commission thnt has generally been thought to 1m drawing lo n closi will he forced to continue for nn in definite period, probably several yenrs. 1 The decisions were In th.. c,i c t of Iiuln Wost nnd Klizabeth Martin, nnd they greatly nlTect the citizenship enses In the Choctnw and Chickasaw nntions. This department ot the Dawes commission will bo reopened and nt omeys of thnt tuition nre bestirring themselves preparatory to getting tho enses heard. Hundreds of cases thnt wore decldod by the citizenship court two yenrs ago nre to be nllowed a re hearing undor th? decision of tho do partmont. Tho decision in the enso of Kliza both Mnrtln establishes tho preced ent that tho child of an Intennarlcdr citizen hns a right to nn allotment. Hundrodn of similar ensos will proba- i iiu uruiigui up again. Tlio Ixjuella Wost decision Is that tho citizenship court did not havo tho Jurisdiction In citizenship casos where tho cltlzons had been recognizee by tho Indian councils prior to 189(1, nnd tho com mission will hnvo to try tho cnBos ot such nppllcants to ascertain whether they woro recognized cltlzons. KILLED IN HIS SLEEP. Hostler at Kentucky Stock Farm Has Head Split. Lexington, Ky Dec. 31. "Murdorod In his sloop, lllchard Washington, n hostler nt tho Mnnsflcld stock larm, wns found today with his liiul split open with nn ax. His wlfo Ib under nrrest chnrged with tho crlmo. Tho pollco hurried to tho Mnnstlold plnco today In rcsponso to n tolophono mos sago from Washington's wlfo, paying her husband had beon killed. A bloody ax nnd a dress belonging to tho Washington womnn stained with blood nnd having tho nppearanco of having beon washed wcro found con cenlcd. Sho alleges that two whlto men entered tho houso last night each having a club, nnd boat Wnshlng. ton Into Insonlbiiity. NEW YEAR'S IN ROME. Royal Family Celebrate the Day. Pope Sends Blessings. Home, Jan. 1. Tho closo of the old year nnd tho beginning of tho now wns celebrated In Romo In tho mer riest mnnnor. Splendid weather pro vafled. King Victor Emmanuel nnd Queen Helena nmtisod their children, with moving pictures. Tho Pope, whoso sister dined with him, express ed his sntlsfnctlon nt tho manifesta tions of affection rccolv'c'd by him' nnd sent his blessing to tho faithful throughout the world. New Bank For Tulsa. Tulsa, I. T., Dec. 31. Tho Standard nanklng and Trust Company, Tulsa's Bovonth banking Institution, has been organized, nnd capitalized for $100,000 with stock paid In to tho amount ot $25,000. Tho ofllcors of tho now Instltuthi nro: G. C. Stobblns, prosldont; F. 0. Glddlngs, vice prosldont; II. II. Talloy Bccrotary and treasurer. Tlio directors: G. C. Stohblns, F. C. Glddlngs. P. A. Andorson, W. H. If. Mlllor, W. E. Foltz, W. T Holt nnd If. H. Talloy. At a mostlng of tho directors whlc!i will bo hold nbout tho mlddlo of Jan uary tho cashier will bo officially oloctcd. Tho Standard nanklng and Truet company will havo nunrtors In the now Turnor building, Third nnd Main strcots, and will opon for business as soon as tho office fixtures aro Install ed. Conditions of Divorce. Paris, Doc. 31. Tho conditions of tho scttlomont of tho long drawn out quarrel botweon tho Princess LouIbo of Saxe-Coburg nnd Gotha, oldoU daughtor of King Leopold of Belgium, nnd her husband, Prlnco Phllllpo of Saxc-Coburg anil Gotha, are ns fol lows. Tlio prnco pay? hor alimony ot $221,000 annually and also tho sum of $1,000,000 by Installments, whllo King; Leopold guarantees his daughter an Minunlty of $10,060. Tho princess un dortnkes to hand over to tho prlnco'u lnwyer all tho documonts and photo graphs lntondod to bo used as evi dence, tho divulgation of which will nnnul tho nrrangoment. Tlio two par ties ngroo to accept a decision of tht court of Gotha granting them a d' yorco on tlio ground of Inctmpatlbllify of tomper on that grourid uono. Bank President Gets Five Years. Auburn, N. Y Jnn. 1. McPnlmor, charged with misappropriating funds of Uio American Exchnngo Nntlonnl t bany of Syrac-uso, ot which ho Is president wns found guilty todny nnd sentenced to fivo years In prison, but wnB remanded to tho United Stntca marshal pending nn appeal. Tho Ardmorelto tor an the newt.