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'elf if . 9 VOLUME XIII. A RDM ORE, OKLAHOMA, lWal)AY EVENING, JUNE 15. 1906. NUMBER 24 ANTI JEWISH ' OUTBREAK DOMD THROWN INTO RELIGIOUS PROCESSION. Starts the Trouble and Hundreds Have Been Killed Military Inter fered Dut Were Unable to Re store Order Jews Fleeing. Ulniystok, Russia, Juno 15. thirty Jowa were killed during yesterday's outbreak and the hospitals nro filled with tho wounded It Is Impossible to Ascertain a correct number ot tho cas ualties, as many ot tho InJurOu nro hidden In privatu houses. Tho prlncl pal Jewish shop nro sacked. Dlalystok, Hussla, Juno 15. A Jew ish anarchist threw n bomb among tho Corpus Chrlstl procession which wag In progress here today and kill' cd or wounded many persona. In con sequence tho Christians nttacKcd and massacred tho Jews and demolished their shops. Hundreds of porsons were killed or wounded. Tho bomb wo thrown from tho bal cony of a house In Aloxandrov street A Russian clergyman was among thoso killed. Jews began to flro with roTolvors from tho windows of tho bouso Into tho crowd Soldiers sur rounded tho houso nnd fired two vol. loys Into tho windows. Meanwhile tho onraged Christians attacked tho Jew ish stores In Aloxandrov and Surar. streets, demolishing tho fixtures nnd windows, throwing' tho goods Into tho gutters nnd beating nnd murdering tho Jews. A crowd of Jows fled to tho railway station pursued by tho mob which killed many of thorn. Three Jews woro thrown from Becond story windows of tho railway station. Tho Jews nro fleeing from Walystok to the neighboring forosts nnd mobs nro purstilnK them. Dotachoients of dragoons havo boon sent to protect tho Jowa. Jows arriving lioro on rnllway trnlns havo been dragged out of tho cars nnd many murdored. Tho troops havo cleared tho railway station. At 4 o'clock Uls afternoon tho dis turbances still contlnuod. St. Petersburg. Juno 15. Tho latest dispatches from lllhlystok whoch wcro received about midnight, report n sit uation of tho utmost gravity. Tho nn-tl-Jowlsh outbreak there was still rag ing, fighting was In progress la tho HtreotB, tho firing was continuous 'he hest stores In the olty had 1 en l-'oted and r.any weii dmd aid n-oiimlcn F'ri'rcs wero not g'en nnd pr i'jait y tho casualties aro not knotn in Illalystock owing to thocontlnuancoof tho dUordors. Tho signal for tho out hroak, which nppnrently was dollber atoly planned, perhaps ns n counter strike for Uio murder of Chief of I'o llco Dorkntchoff on Juno 10, which was attributed to Jewish Ilundlsts, was given ns tho explosion of a bomb during a religious procession. This was followed by rovolvor fusllades in several quarters of tho city. Tho pollco aro said not to havo attempted to Interforo In tho early stages of tho riot. Tho Jows, who number throo fourths of tho population of tho city, offered tho best roalstnnce posslblo, many of thorn being nrmod, but thoy wero unable to prevent tho plljaglng of tholr homos nnd places of business Finally tha mllltnry Interfered, but ao cording to'ndvlces received hero were tinnblo to restoro order. Reinforce monts have1 been rushed to Illalystock from Grodno. Sovoral mombora of Parliament to night received messages from Jewish correfpondonts at Blalystok declaring that tho pollco apparently had given over tho Hebrow imputation to slaugh ter and pillage. Theso correspondent! urged that tho only hope was In an appeal to tho Ministry of tho Interior to Interforo in tholr bohalf. A delo gatlon of doputles Immediately callod at tho headquarters of tho pollco do partment where they woro Informed that nil measures posslblo had boon taken to stop excesses and restoro or dor. Around the World on Bicycles. Mollno, III., Juno 15. Two young nowspapor men of this city, Geo. Holt nnd Lester Croutz, will leavo today for u trip nround tho world on bicycles. They expect to bo gono about three yoars and will represent sovoral trade papers. a One line ot screen doors at Bit em, Corhn& Freasley's. NEXT PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN. Fairbanks People at Work In Hope Roosevelt will not Run Again. md'annpollM, Ind., Juno 14 From the Incessant discussion of candidates. Iiollcles nnd parties for (he line-up of 1908 emphasis may be placed on three distinct features: 1. That llryan Is thu overwhelming cnolce ot tho democratic members of tho National Educational Association and that this fact Is so distinctly shap ed that nobody Is thinking ot n second choice. 2. That tho republican editors throughout tho country want Roosevelt to head the republican line, nnd thnt whllo some nro uncertain whether ho should run, tho majority bollcvo lio will be forced Into tho- fight by tho tromendotis pressure. 3. Tho Fairbanks people have used tho opportunity for telling work on behtilt of their candidate, on tho as sumption thnt Roosovclt will keep his word nnd not run again for the Presi dency. ROYAL LIFE IN LONDON MORE THAN 8EVEN MILLION TO SUPPORT THE KINO. The Various Appropriations for Ed ward and His Household Amount to a Vast Aggregate King De rives Immense Rentals, Ijondon, Juno 14. Tho next annual cost ot tho royal family to England Is rarely definitely known. U has been estimated ordinarily to bo 17,000,000, n sum which, as an American diplo mat said, Is not cxccsslro considering tho fact thnt tho average American multl-mllllonalro aided by tils lawyers, succeeded In swindling tho public treasury out of that much taxos yearly. Tho present Radical parliament Is goltiK to study tho appropriations for tho malntcnanco of royalty more closely than the preceding Tory par liament It is qulto posslblo that tho Radicals will insist that tho expenses of tho maintenance of royalty, direct or Indirect,, shall bo kept In a sepa rata count, so that tho public may ho able to tell nt n glance precisely what It Is. It said that tho king's privy purse, which really is his majesty's salary, Is $550,000 a year, out of which his majesty allows the queen $165,000. This salary, howovcr, Is not all tils majesty derives from tho English peo ple Tho following annual revonuo of the king Is admitted by public olll clnls: Privy purse, $550,000; king's person al staff, $52,500; lord Stewart's depart ment, $590,000; lord chamberlain's do partment $547,000; master of jrw department, $370,000; transfer for vote ot royal palaces, $50,000; mis tress of robes' department, $28,050; royal bounty. $45,000; alms and chart tlos, $22,000; unappropriated, $40,000; total, $2,395,700. Tho king nlso derives hugo rentals from his various ostates. From tho duchy of Ijincastcr, ho gets $300,000; tho Sandrlnghnm estate yields $35, 000;; Indon rent amount to $100, 000, nnd $3,055 . .om tho Now Forest. Various other sums aro drawn from tho treasury for tho royal palaces nud parks and salaries for numerous royal appointment. Tho Item of $535,000 appeared lit tho latest list for tho now royal , yacht. Tho following mombora at tho royal family draw salaries amounting to $895,000: Prlnco of Wales $100,000; duchy of Cornwnll, rovenuo (to Prlnco of Walos) $300, 000; Princess of Walos, $50,000; king's three daughters, $90,000; duko ot Connaught, $125,000; Princess Chris tlan $30,000; duchess ot Argylo, $30, 000; Princess Henry ot Ilattenborg, $30,000; duchess of Albany $30,000; duko of Cambridgo, $60,000; duchoss ot Mocklonbore-Strclltz, $15,000; total $860,000. With various other quoor Items, such as sowerago money, $2,675; and royal yost groasts .nnd whlto rontB, $81,800, tho ascertained total of the public money spont on royalty is tho vory modorato ono of $6,337,840. Mora Russian Troubla, Tver, Russia, Juno 15. Cossacks have been dispatched to two districts near horo, whoro the rosldonts are losing patlonco at tho inaction ot par (lament, and tro taking possession ot lands. 15, 110 and $20 coupon booke it bis office. STATEHOOD BY UNANIMOUS VOTE Not One Single Dissenting Voice Raised Against MaKing Of a new State. INTENSE EXCITEMENT, APPLAUSE AND CHEERING Greeted Conclusion of Formalities in the manufacture of the State of Oklahoma. At the Last moment Speaker Cannon, Replying to Smith of Arizona, Quailing LiKe an Aspen Leaf from Head to Foot, Denied that he had Ever Tried to . Influence the Senate or matte a Trade with a Senator. Washington, Juno 14. Statehoo.l enmo to Oklahoma nnd Indian Terri tory shortly after 5 o'clock this af ternoon, when tho nouso with pro longed applause and without a sin gle dissenting voice, adopted the con ference rcort. The president could not veto tho bill If he wanted to nnd not n thing on earth can now stand In the way of tho people ot Oklahoma framing their constitution nnd organizing, a state government In accordance tlth thu provisions ot tho bill. Kven till !i.'ilm to rcccnsldo tha action was niudc nnd luld on the io blc. Tomorrow Hlrd McGulrc expects to carry tho bill M Iho whlto house foi thu formality of the president's sig nature. Then tho governor and tho secreta ry, and tho chief Justice ot Oklahoma, tho commissioner to the IHo civilized tribes, and the two federal JudgcH of tho Indian Territory can get together and divide the new stnto Into dis tricts for representation to the con stitutional convention. After sixty dnys from tho district ing of tho new state tho people of Oklahoma, may voto for delegates to thin convention. Those delegates havu sixty more days to frame n constitution nnd the officers thereby created. Tho scenes surrounding tho.latt leg islative net for Htntchood wcro thrilling nnd scnKntlonnl and the Democrats put Speakor Cannon In n hole. An attempt to cnll up thu confer ence report early In tho day failed be cause Uio clerk of thu houso hail not yet prepared tho report, Bo It was left to go ovor until ! p, ni. FIvo minutes nfter tho appointed tlmo, Chairman Kd. Hamilton called up tho report and moved Its adoption. Tho nyes hud been taken with a rush when delesnto Mnrk Smith nsk cd to bo heard. Hamilton, however, yielded live mln utcs of his tlmo to Representative Mcore, the Democratic conferee Mooro said that In his proposed con ference report jtho Republicans had come around, o tho principle for which, tho Democrats had boon light ing tor th,o past six yearn, Mark Smjth' was granted flvo min utes nnd In that tlmo ho fixed .a bomb shell under Speakor Cannon. After alluding to tho monstrous proposition of tho Republican in ro pard to Arizona ha charged them with trafficking and using unfair Influence to carry out tholr program. "hi Arizona," ho said, "thcro is n law which makes It a misdemeanor to trado votes, on propositions, In tho loglslaturo, and a governor who would uso his high power to Influonco legis lation would go to tho ponltpntlsry " Smith's Bpocch, woko tho dead. Mr. Cannon called Mr. Dalznll to Uio throno, and, shaking from head to foot ,ho chemently denied, amid Re publican applauso, that ho had tried to influonco tho senato or mako a trado with a senator. Mr. Smith held roferenco to the shameful prorolsos and throats which Cannon had mado tho houso insur gents. .Mr. Cannon thus ovaded tho Issue. With this oplsoda oyer, Mr. Hamil ton moved tho previous quojtlon and then tho oto was taken. Everybody sang lustily "aye," and then drowned out tbo remainder of tho, proceedings with & oclferous hand clapping which lasted several minutes. Thoro was not a man In tho lower houso who did not voto aye, nnd nap plnudod. With tho statehood bill out of the way, Delegate McOuiro Introduced n resolution which Is necessary to per feet tho bill and bridge thu chasm botween territorial nnd stnto govern mont. It provldus for converting back to tho treasury, monoy appropriated for holding tho next territorial election, nnd also decreeing that no election for territorial oincors or delegates Bhall bo held nnd that those officers shall hood over until tholr successors qunl ify Tho resolution nlso provides that "tho governor nnd other territorial of fleers," who nro now chnrged with wuch duties by tho laws of said terri tory aro duly authorized and dlrectod to carry out all contracts with Uio ter ritory of Oklahoma for tho enro nnd mnfnlennnco of churitublo and penal Institutions, nnd to make payments thorefor out of the general fund of said territory; nnd to properly main tain tho various territorial Institution!1 ntll such tlmo ns tho Institutions anil laws of Uio Htato of Oklahomn shall provide therefor." LAFOLLETTE IS MISINFORMED EVIDENTLY RECEIVED FAULTY AND DELATED INFORMATION. In His Compilation of Charge Against Indian Territory Olflclrls. Many of Opinion Thil Investi gations Will Not hold. MiiBkogee, I. T .,Juno H. Tho do niands ot Senator LuFolletto the other day for an explanation ot cor tain charges that wero mado ngalnsl tho administration of affairs In Indian Territory by Commissioner lllxby, particularly tho conduct of Wiii. O. Dealt, secretary to tho commissioner do not glvo promlso ot traveling far. As In tho case of1 tho Choclnw coal lands, Senator IiKollotto shows Unit tho character of his Information lr faulty and thnt ho Is considerably be lated with his charges. Tho fuels aro that tho Incident ot which Mr. ileal! Ib accused docs not roldto to tho Indian rolls at all, but cltizoiiBhlp matters, and this matter was several months ngo called to the nttontlon of tho commissioner of In dian affairs, nn investigation mado with results satisfactory- both to tho Dawes commission nnd to tho depart ment at Washington. Last year when tho Dawes commis sion Buspended for somo tlmo for lack of funds to carry on tho work, Mr. Dealt went to South McAlcster and worked for a month In tho law ofllcos of Mansfield, McMurray and Cornish,' tho national attorneys for Uio Choctaw and Chickasaw nations. An attorney named Dunn, of Ardmore, filed n chargo against Mr. Ileal! that while ho had been In tho office of thoso at torneys ho had prepared casus against certain claimants which Dunn repre sented and that after his return to the commission ho had tossed udversely on these application. The Investiga tion which followed showed thai Mr. Deal) did not prepare any cases while in MaasOeld, McMurray end Cornish's law olTlros; thnt his work there wss simply it classification of cases In the order thnt would enable the attorneys to present thorn In regular order nnd with a grout donl loss work for the commissioned simple grouping of cer tain clRsseti of cases under their prop er heads that they might bu referred to the proper deirtmotits In tho com mission. When he roturnud ns roc ro tary to tho commissioner, he did not pass on the merits of tho nppllcnnts In any way, his only connection with such cases being to see thnt thoy wero presented In the proscribed form. All those cases wore passed uiniii by law clerks who mado reports ou thorn .mil passed thorn up to the coin ni In slon. It wns nlso claimed that Doall was working for tho government at this time, which wns not true. ' Territorial Musicians. Atokn, I. T., Juno 15. Tho first nn nunl fcsttvnl of tho Territorial Fed oration of Muslcnl clubs Is being held here. The visiting musicians nro the guests of tho Atokn Symphony club. A concert will Iks given tonight. WILL SIGN BILL TOMORROW STATEHOOD DILL SIGNED TODAY DY CANNON AND FAIRDANK3. Enrolling Clerks Dusy Correcting Any Errors. That, ,M,ay Appear In the Document .and-.Comparlng En grossed Copy With Original, Wnshlngton, Juno 15. Tho state hood bill will not bo taken to tho president for his slgnnturo until to morrow, it will bo signed today by Cannon nnd Fairbanks. Delegate Mc gulro will tnko It to tho whlto houso tomorrow. Unrolling clorkB aro today compar ing Uio engrossed copy with tho orlg Inol, nnd correcting uny errors that may appear. BENEFITS DY EARTHQUAKE. Southern Pacific Secures Valuable Franchise Free. Chicago, ill., Juno 14. It now Is mid that Instead of being a loxer tho Southern Pncllfic wlllbo an Immense nlner by the Sim Francisco fire. Tho llsaster really will prove to bo n bios ling In dlsgulso to that route, enabling t to obtain proporty which it long 'ias coveted and which Is necessary .'or the perfection of It plans nt prices much bolow thoso which It would havo had to pay had tho flro not occurred. According to Joseph Harriman, cous in of B. H. Harriman, thu company for years has boon endeavoring to ybtnln a certain franchise in San Fran clco. It would havo cost tho road mil lions of dolors to havo obtained it. Tho disaster gavo to tho company its coveted franchlsa absolutely freo Meat Inspection Whitewash. Washington, Juno 1C. Secretary Ijoull gavo out n summary of tho pres ident's letter to Chairman Wndsworth, disapproving of tho houso 'ubsUtuto for tlat of Ueverldgo regarding tho Inspection of meat products. Tho num mary In part follows: "Tho president has felt it would doubtless suit the packers who objected to u . Uta' ough-golng InspecUon, but hat he' also felt that It would In thu -long run bo d heavy blow to Uio honest itock raiser and honest packer, that' tho proposed amendment would gravi.lv hamper Uio secretary of agriculture In doing tho work appointed him to do. Tho president has explained ver bally that ho Is tar less concerned with tho question ns to whothor thu packers or tho government stiouU 1 av for tho Inspection, than with certain other fenturos In tho bill." Attachment for Pierce, St. Urnls, Juno 15. When Uio oil hearing was resumed horo today If. Clay Plorce, tho principal witness, avas still lu Now York. Postponement was taken until this afternoon when tho assistant attorney general said ho would ask tho court to Issuo an attach iiont for tho nppearanco of Plorco, If you want a specially good pipe for tha monoy select one from our stock. All prices from 5 cents to $5.00. Wo have both meerschaum and briar. 10 V. J. RAMSEY, Druggist Aro sou getting ready for a cooler room for the summer Uso nn Ard rnoreite want ad. adjournment in sight REPUBLICAN STEERING COMMIT TEE 8EIIS WAY OUT. Congress May Adjourn June 27, as Statehood, Railroad, Meat Inspec tion and Other Subjects are Practicably out of Way. Wnshlngton, June II. Tho rep:ibl' can steering eommlttco of tho Houato mot today nnd considered tho question of nn adjournment ns soon ns possible after noxt week. Tho eommlttco mu In session for nn hour and adjourned, convinced thnt nothing stands hi tho way of such a program. It was Btnted that every lniortnnt mnttcr beforu either brunch practically Is ready for conference except tho sundry civil bill and Uio general appropriations bills nud tho Isthmian canal type bill. If rapid progress Is mado by Uiu houso with tho appropriation bills, Sonator Halo, who will havo charge ot both thoso measures In the senate, be lieves thoy can bo dlsNsed of by Junu 27 at thu latest. That would penult ot an adjournment on tho 2"Ui or 28tti. Tho program thus arranged content plates n -voto on the canal typo bill In tho sonata but no further action until the next session. Senator Spoonor. with HcctnltiR au thority, made tho statement nt tho ses sion today thai thu.nnproprlnUon for tho canal, carriod by Uio sundry civil bill, can bo extended with equal ad vantage during thu coming year for cither n lock canal or a sen level canal nnd that Chief lJnglnoor Stevens can go ahead with tho work which would bu necessary to either typo. It l agreed that congress cannot dlsKso of this question at tho present bojuIou. In vlow of the contrary opinions of tho two bronchus, Tho vote in tho sonato It is believed will result lu a decision In favor of tha sea level canal. Statehood, railroad rate, meat Jn spvctlon and bills relating to a number of other subjects of great public Inter est were considered by thu steering committee but It was Uio opinion that all ot thoso matters bad, reached stages that will offer no obstacles to adjourn ment ut uu early dnto. An understanding wns reached In tho senate today by which a voto prob ably will bo had on tho canal typo bill Friday of this wcok. In vlow of tt.o practical certainty that no voto could bo had ou the Senator Smoot casq at tho present session, Sountor Harrow, chairman of tho senate commlttcu on privileges nnd elections, nftor confer ences with frlonds nud opponents of tho Utah senator, has decided that bo will not call up thu casu for considera tion until next session. ANTICIPATE COAL MOVEMENT. Cars Being Rushed to the Territory Coal Mines. Donlson, Tox., Juno 1-1. Tho Katy Is recollng, fifty ear loads or coal dally ut Muskogee, I. T., from tho Mldlund Valley. Soma of this coal Is being brought to Texas for use, but tho greater part of It Is being used on tha north end. Tho north end ran. but ot coul oarly In the gnmo, and has been receiving fuel from Urn IjuIhvIIIo and Nashville. This Was oxpenslvo on account of tho long huu!. Today tho coal mines along tho Mis souri Kansas nnd Texas In Indian Territory woro opened, with Uio excep tion of thoso nt Coalgatc. Tho Coal gates mines will bo opened tomorrow. Tho Frisco Is hurrying coat cars la Indian Territory lu anticipation ot a heuvy movement. Ex-Convict to Edit Socialist Paper. Pittsburg, Kan., Juno 15. Chas. Domoll, who was recently released from tho Federal prison at Leaven worth, lias arrived here, and will probably bocomo tho assoclato edi tor ot a local Socialist paper publish ed by Italians. Domoll, whllo tho editor ot an Italian papor at Trlndad, Cat., was couvlctcd of sending ob scene matter through tho malls and k sentenced to two years Imprison ment. Vat for Dipping Cattle. Stillwater, Okla., June 15. A vat for dipping cattle, built by a local as sociation of stockmen was opened for uso today. It's completion marks thu beginutng ot Oklahoma's battle against dlseasod meat. Dally Ardmorolto COc per rasatk.