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VOLUME X 1 11. AUDMOKE, IN'I). TEH.. StWDAY MORNING, JUNE 17. 1900. NUMBER 25 la Id 1 PRESIDENT MAKES REPLYI PRESIDENT MAKES KNOWN HIS REPLY TO WADSWORTH. Wanti Thorough and Rigid and Nci 8ham Inipeetlon Not Conterned about Language of Amend ment But Object In View. WllHhlimton. June It!. lunMtininli im Chairman Wad wot lb deemed II de ' slrnblc that tho correspondence re- J gnrdlng tlio inspection controversy ' should bu published mill glvoil lc the public, the president rognrds It proper to complete tho correspondence thus fur exchanged by publication of his reply to Wodsworth's lettor. In his letter, the president, while admitting his orror In stating Unit tho house sub stitute contained no provision for mak ing nu liiKpeetloii on packing houses nt all hourH of day or night, says tho substitute still Is Inndeipintc to meet the requirements of the sltunutlon. The president snys that after a con ference with Representative Adams of Wisconsin, he Is convinced that Adams will accept the suggestions made to 111 in regarding the bill. He stiys Adams, In each case, stated that he personally would nccept the alterations proMsel. These change) Include the elimination of the court review pnio sltlon ami a demon other alterations. In the opinion of President Roose velt, the auggeHtcd changes would make the house committee's substitute ms good as the Iteveridge amendment. The president adds he Is not concern ed about the language of the amend ment, but with the accomplishment of the object In view. He say that he wnnts a rigid and thorough and not a ehnui Inspection. Ninety-four Entries for Race. Cliiclnnstl, Ohio, June It;. Ninety four horses are entered for the Queen City HnndtcHp this afternoon. The race is. for 8-year-olds mu upwards at one mile and an eighth and Is valued at 12,39!). fgZSSt O I IV 50 PER CENT 0 4 Our President, Mr. Burton, will be in Phone Down 195 Longest Sentence on Record. Helton Texas. June 16 Snow Wil liams, n negro, three or four nights ago entered the bodroom of a young lady, daughter of Mr. Fritz, living near Temple. He caught tho young lady by the foot and her screams brought her father to the scene, but the nogro os caH?d. Next morning ho was captured and hurried to Helton by the oulcors. The grand Jury at once found a bill. Tills morning lie wns tried, con victed nnd sentenced to 939 years In tho ponltcntlnry the longost sen tence on record. Only the court's quick work prevented a mob. Church is Dedicated. Ijiwton, Ok., Juno 16. The church which Miss Helon M. Gould helped to build and furnish for the Comanche Indians wns dedicated recently. U Is situated on a beautiful, rolling tract of prntrlc land, near Chattanooga, In Comnnche county, Okln , nnd li the source of much prldo to tho Indian tribes In that region. Itov. J. 1 Pectus, a Presbyterian clergyman, Is to be pcimnnent pastor of tho church, and for him the Indians are preparing to erect u parsonage. Kills Indicted Men. Shreveport, Ui., June 1(1. A special to the Times from Mlndon, Ui.. says Orover Cunningham and (leorge Huff were run down by a train and In stantly killed at Sprlnghlll early this morning. They had recently boen In dicted by the grand Jury Cunningham for embezzlement and Huff for lar ceny. Millionaire Banker Dies, lies .Moines. June 16. Dr. J. T.-Culd well, millionaire banker and physician was found (load In bed at his hotel at Adels this morning. He was a promln r:it Iowa politician. His death was due to old age. Mexican Mine Afire. ICI Paso. June in. At Santa Uulalo mining enmp. near Chihuahua, Mexico, tin- Poena Tlerra mine, Is afire. Seven nun ul' known to be asphy xluted. SOD d5& SOS IfiOa f cubp -ufv- Begins Monday, June 18 25 Per Except And on Stairs THREE EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS. San Francisco Again Feels Trembling of Mother Earth. San I'rnnelsco. Cal., June 10. A se vere earthquake shock was felt here at 9:11 p. m. It lasted about the sec onds. It was probably not heavy enough to do dnmage, though itosMhly It may have caused some of the walls of ruined building to full. Two more slight earthquake shocks wire experienced at 11:36 tonight. Clearing House Men Organize. Outhrlc. Okln., Juno 16. Tho mali ngers of the various clearing homes, established by the Pnrnicrs' Co-operative union, throughout the territory, has perfected a permanent organiza tion at Shnwnee, with Alfred Itoyle of Coalgnte, I. T., president; (3. II. Admits of Wnnette. vice president; .1. T. Tay lor of Ardmore, I. T., secretary. Mali nger were present from twenty-two towns. First Train on Orient Extension. Wichita, Kan.. June 16. The com pletion of the new 10-mllo extension of the Orient railway to Oakwood, Okla.. will be celebrated tomorrow by the running of nu excursion train from that place to Wichita. Ily Its exten sion to Oakwood the Orient Is tho Ilrst load to enter Dewey County. Okln. Prominent Attorney Passes Away. Omaha, Neli., .hme 16. Judge .lame Woolwroth an attorney of naltotial reputation, also prominent In alTnlra of the ICplcoMl church, died at his home today, aged seventy-seven years Mellette's Confirmation. Washington. June 16. The senate In executive session today continued the nomination or William .Mellette as Cnlted Stall attorney for the Weateru district of Indian Territory. Benson Gets Chairmanship. Washington, June 16. The senate yesterday provided u chairmanship for Ikinson of Kansas, by re-creating the committee on examination and dlnH sltlon of documents. &3 iR&a crSs tral cRs uck ,- vs Kzi cr OFF ON Cent Off on Everything in the Big Store Staples, Stetson Hats and Men's Collars Many Lines a Greater Reduction the Eastern MarKets soon, and that means we will need the space. Come Monday Jesse James Jr. an Attorney. Kansas City. June 16. Jesse .lame, son of the noted outlimY,l.3u,VCll. . son of the late Jesse James, the noted uouthwestern outlaw hns been enroll ed In the circuit court here ns nu at torney at law, .lames ttossed recently and bore the honors of his class. He did: "In two week I will quit the pawn business and will devote the tmlatif of my life to the practice of law." Midshipmen on Summer Cruise. Annapolis, Md.. Juno 16. The tutil- shlpuinivot the navnl academy are off today Mr their summer cruise ulone thot'ortj Atlantic coast. They will uoureiiirn until ine last oi August. Tuts floaj, consists of the cruisers Ctavolnnd, Denver. Des Moines, Ar kansas, Florida and Nevada. The se niors of- the academy did not go on tho cruise. Lincoln's Log Cabin. Uiulsvllle. June 16. "Home Com ing" exercises todny centered around the log cabin In which Abraham Lin coln wns born. Addresses by Adlat H. Stevenson, former vice president, and llenryyyyy former vice president ami Henry Wat terson, were the routines. Stevenson made the oration of the day. Protests Against Pipe Lin. Waihlagton, I). C. June 16. Rcott and Warner presented a number of protests against the plte line amend ment to the railroad rate hilt. They represented that the retention of the provision would effect driving many Independent oil oiierators out or bus iness. ' Fatal Oil Tank Explosion. Topeka. June 18. Members of the Ore department here were severely burned today by the explosion of a steel oil tank In the freight yard. Two, (lua .Miller and Guy Luddliigton. can not rtcovi-r. They were literally roast id, the fl -Nh dropped from their bodies. cftxpA c&f fgkz r&?Qn attm trfPScs "P c or icj zss LADIES rrt r ir Wit, u! IN OLD KENTUCKY. Vast Crowds Witness Laying of Cor nerstone of Kentucky's Capital. Krankfoit. Ky , June 16. An enor mous crowd of visitors watched the laying of the cornerstone of Ken tucky's new capltol at noon todny. All of the living ex-governor of Ken tucky partlclimted lu tho ceremonies, hntii In tho coremonle. An nddrcn was dellevord by (Jov. Heckham nnd short speeches by ex Governor Uncle tier. Knott, lyoslle nnd llmdloy. Tho greater part of the visitor returned to lMilsvllle this afternoon. Wichita Democrats Plan Campalqn. Wichita. Knns., June !. Tho mem Iters of the Democratic county central committee nnd all tho cnndldntos for county oillco nre holding a meotlng lu the tmrlor of the Muuhattau hotel this afternoon to organise the com mit tee and plan for the campaign. Dreyfus Case Up. Pails, June 16. The supreme court todny began consideration of the re sult of tho Inquiry which has been going on tho Inst twunty-soven month relative to granting Alfred Dreyfus another trial. A decision Is axpecteH at the end of tho mouth. Representative Lester Injured. Washington, June 16. The condi tion this morning of Representative I .ester, who last night fell through a sky light In the aimrtiuent house where he was stopping. Is critical. Railroad Across Reservation. Washington. I). C. June !. The senate today passed the following bill authorising the Wichita Mountain aud Orient railway to construct a line serosa thel'ort 9111 reservation In Ok lahoma. Hendrix Pltoning Great Ball. Hhody Hendrix, a former Ardiuoie iKiy. Is pitching great ball for Tulsn this year. He Is tlie winning pitcher of the team. He pitched a shut-out KHiue agalUHt Cuthrle I'rlduy. allow ing the Hi-naioiH hut two hits. vitiir "gt sri itim "-"ssjy WHITE ROOSEVELT SIGNS BILL STATEHOOD MEASURE RECEIVES OFFICIAL SIGNATURE Proposition To Get Busy Now Up To Governor Frantz and Senior Judge of Indian Ter tory Court. Washington, June 16. Preil- f dent Roosevelt signed the State J hood bill at 3:05 p. m., this af- f ternoon, Washington. Juno 16. Acting President Pro Tom Kenu In tho senate today, signed tho State licod Mil. Ills signature wnH Immediately below that of Speaker Cannon. He announc ed the measure would nt once he forwarded to the White House. H--5- -5--H-4- 126.96.36.199.4.4.4. Recommend His Expulsion, llostou. June 16. The expulsion or Frank C. Cethro or lloston, member of the legislature Is recommended In the refill or the house committee, which finds he approached tho mom Iters and tried to Influence them aug Resting a money reward for tliulr vote, against the so-called bucket-shop bill, which was defeated at the present session. Missouri Prohibition Convention. Cameron, June 16. At the state pro hibition convention yesterday. Dr. W. II. Palmer of St. l.ouls wn inudo' per manent chairman, A. (1. Wolfoiibsntar or Nebraska. I lev. Simpson 111; or Jnplln. Mo., and others made Mpuotthott. Missouri Democrats In Session. HI Dorado Springs, Mo., Juno 16. The Sixteenth district Domoorntle con vention la lK.lng held here today. W.I I. Anthony or thl city will probably K t the nomination for state euuator. Aa 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 0 SUITS Phono Up Stairs 259