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1 1 Vy 1 i J R h VOLUME X, NO. 215 THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. TULSA. INDIAK TEERITORY, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 6, 1906. PRICE FIVE CENTS. THlsa is the Only City in the Twin Territories Which "Hangs a Real Live Man for Your Amusement and Recreation" Nightly, Kum to the Karnival and See the Sights. THE RATE BILL . IS UP AGAIN fORAEER AND TILLMAN WAR or WORDS. WHAT IS NEW MATERIAL Discussion of the Report Will Contin ue, But in Tbe Meantime the Naval Bill Is Passed. Washington, June 4. The senate today passed the naval appropriation bill, and also gave considerable atten tion to the conference report on tbe railroad rate bill. The only amendment of any importance to the naval ap propriation bill requires the secretary of the navy to submit plans for the propose!) gig warshinp to congress be fore proceeding with its consideration The bill carries an appropriation of $103,117,070. There is no doubt l)ut that the rate bill will be sent back to conference. Senator Tillman ad mitted that some of the changes made in conference cannot be justified un der the rules, but said that they had been necessary in order to make the bill harmonious. Foraker criticized the changes in the anti-pass provi sion, t'be addition compelling connec tions with lateral lines and the omis sion of a provision regarding "Jim Crow" cars. The discussion of the report will continue. During the consideration today if the conference report on the railroad rate bill in the senate, Senator For aker indicated his purpose to insist upon an explanation of the change made by the conferees in including lateral or branch lines among those upon whom by request common car riers shall be required to put in swit ches or switch connections. Tillman had explainted the amendments on which he thought it possible points of order could be made, because of the presence of new material, but had not included the amendment in ques tion. When Tillman expressed the opinion that the conferees had not transgressed their authority in this matter, the Ohio senator dissented, saying the suggestion had not been made in the senate and had been vot ed down, and that it was clearly new matter. He therefore thought that the senate should be told wTiy the change had been made. Tillman re plied that it was because of the tyr ranical and outrageous conduct of the trunk lines in such cases as that of the Red Rock company in West Virginia. Tillman expressed the qpinion tbat the only conference change against wl ich the point of order w ill lie is that extending for sixty days, the time when the rate bill shall go into into opera ion. ""V " TODAY IS JLASS DAY FOUR SWEET OIRL GRADUATES. A Good Program at M. E. Church Thii Morning. The carnival attractions are great but greater and worthier ones will be presented t the people of Tulsa this morning, commencing at 10:30 o'clock. This is class day, a day which means much to Tulsa, and probably more to the students of the High School Today four young ladies will graduate, will bid good-bye to school life, and, in a measure, enter the larger life which lies before them. At this stage of their career they need all the help and sympathy possible and the church should be filled this morning with friends and neighbors to sympathize in their efforts and to cheer and encourage them with their presence. Besides, there will be a most in teresting program, which will well re pay all who attend the exercises So let us join in Class Day first and wind up with the carnival. The first will properly prepare ne to enjoy the lat ter. Here is the program for this morning: Grand March de Concert Wallen haupt, Lillian Schreck Invocation, Rev. O. W. Martin. . HEAVY DAMAGE NEAR CHICKASHA. Oklahoma City, Okla,,'jnne v5. Two fatalities, three score of farm residences, Including barns, stock, ware houses, as well as incoming crops, were reported destroyed, and a hea vy wind and bail storm swept over the southern portion of Oklahoma and Indian Territory last night More than sixty families have been rendered destitute, and t&e citizens of Chickaaha, the largest territory town nearby, assembled in a mass meeting tyiis afternoon and appointed a Committee to solicit funds to aid the unfor tunate planters over the present season. The damafe in dollars will run into six figures, prac tically all tbe big cotton acre age of this section will he de vastated. "Let the Hills and Vales Resound Rrinley Richards. High School Chorus Oration, "The Wandering Jew," Dencie Stebbius Oration,"Night Brings Out the Stars" Fern Longwell. Duet, Selected Belva Mitchell and Nell Neves, Class '05. Oration, "The Art Gallery of His tory." lluzelKike Oration. "Night's Candles Are Burn ed Out," Ruth Trees Class Song, Mendelssohn, High School Chorus Benediction, Rev. C. W. Kerr Services at Cold Creek. Services at the Colored Baptist church on Cold Creek, 6 miles north of the city, were conducted Sunday by Rev. George M. Dickerson and wife of TuIra. A lurtre coneT"oin was present, including a number of white people in the neighborhood. Mr. Dickerson is said to be a very able speaker and pleased his hearers very much. He frequently fills the pulpits in tbe colored churches in this city. DISORDER IN LOWER HOUSE OF PARLIAMENT MINISTERS NOT ALLOWED TO SPEAK, AND ASKED TO RESIGN ALL DIGNITY FORGOTTEN Russian Douma Not Likely to Prove a Success Unless Parliamentary Law la Studied. St. Petersburg, June 5. A remark able scene of disorder in thelower ouse of parliament marked today's debate on the agrarian question which was taken up, owing to the delay in presentation of the draft of law pro viding for tbe abolition of the death penalty. The assistant interior merchants, Gorkn, speaking in behalf of the in terior, Stolypin, and M. StiehSnlky, minister of agriculture, attempted to continue their arguments against so cialism, begun June 1, but their spee- lics were continually interrupted by cries of "resign. ' Throughout the debate a steady undercurrent of obstructive noises drowned the voices of indivitjpals. A demonstration which was organized by tbe radicals continued until the ministers censed speaking, though Prince Dolgorousko, vice president of the lower house, who presided, ap pealed to the members to remember the dignity of the house and give the ministers a hearing, to which they were entitled by law. Owing to tbe tumult Gnrko and Stichinsky spoke very briefly. The Buel and Rodolf Investment company bav placed another addi tion on the market. The Price addi tion is in North Tulsa and north of the Turley addition. ARE ' UNDER ARRES1 TWO MEN INDICTED BY GRAND JURY IN JAIL. SPRINGFIELD TRAGEDY Citizens Greatly Surprised and Belief Prevails That It la Attorney Gen eral Eadley's Work. Springfield, Mo., June 5. Doss Gal braith and Hill Gooch were arrested here tonight charged with murder, in the first degree for their partici pation in the lynching of three negroes in this city ou the night of April 14. The arrest of Galbraith and Gooch is the first move of the county officials to bring to justice the persona indict ed by the grand jury recently for be ing members of 'the mob which lynch ed the negroes. Neither Galbraith Gooch made any demonstration when arrested and placed in the county jail. Both men are blacksmiths and well known in this city. Their arrest came as a great surprise, though it was known to a few persons that the two men bid been indicted by the grand jury. Jt is not known whether or not the prisoners will attempt to give bond aill gh the next term of the crimin al court convenes on the fourth Mon day in July. "It is believed that the arrests were made tonight upon the advice of Attorney General Hadl ey who is taking a lively interest in the preparations for the trial of the in dicted persons. TO MEET ST. JOE PILGRIMS. Commercial Club Arranged for Their Reception. The entertainment committee of the Commercial Club met yesterday after noon to devise ways and means of properly entertaining the St. Joe bus iness men when they arrive at 6:10 p. m., Friday. Members of the Commercial Club will be at the depot with carriages and will carry the travelers all over town, sight seeing. Afterwards they will assemble n the club rooms where I reception will be held, light refresh ments served, and probably, oratory indulged in. The C. C. band will also be in evidence. Tbe evening will be wound up at the carnival shows. DAMAGE DONE AT CLAREMORE. Sidewalks and Stock of Goods Des troyed. O. P. Sturm was one of the pas sengers who failed to get to Claremore on Monday night. lie left here on the late train that night arid got a far ns Catoosa, where the train from St. IiOtiis and the one from Kansas City were delayed until the following morning, owing to the washing out of tbe track between Catoosa and Clare more. Mr. Sturm says that the many pas sengers on both trains settled them selves for the night as best they could, he, fortunately, being in the sleeper. In the morning the foraging for break fast or something toeat was an inter esting occupation, and a failure in some instances, the little town not be ing prepared for such an influx. r LYNCHERS THE WORLD LED IN THE TERRITORY. Sunday's WORLD contained thirty-eight more eolnmna of paid advertising than any other daily paper issued in Indian Territory and was excelled by only one daily in the two Territories. The World was issued in sixteen pages, the first sixteen-page daily ever published in the city. Here is the record: Columns Paid Ads. The Oklahoman 121 WORLD 76 Guthrie State Capital 23 M TimesJourna! 61 1-2 Democrat 27 Phoenix 'ITie WORLD likewise led, Tulsa WORLD Tulsa Democrat Muskogee Phoenix Washington, June 8 Okla homa and Indian Territory. Wednesday, fair; Thursday, fair and cooler. ' At 1():;I0 a. in. the trains were able to procee.l, but went, oh ! so slowly! Clarcniore reached, they found every thing topsy-turvy. Houses were wash ed two blocks frotu their proper lo cations, uud t'lie water hud mined the stocks in most of the stores. Mr. St u i in says that tbe damage done to dry goods and furniture was immense, and will entail a great loss on the owners. J lie pavement were washed away, leaving this work all to be done over agan. No one was klled and no one injured so far as could be learned. Earlier in the same evening a very heavy rain also inundated Pawhuska, but did more dumuge to the crops than to the citv. The Sanla Fe tracks we1P nooue.i, but ny putt.ng on fuu in imtimii liirn, luillic Willi it' sumed, although after considerable do lav. ATTENTION LA WYERSI Judge Su'zbacber Will Hear Oil Lease Cases Monday at Sapulpa. Commissioner Butterworth has ask ed tbe World to inform all the lawyers who read its columns that Judge Sul.' barber will hold court in Sapulpa on Monday next, fo( the consideration of oil lenses, uud Buy other business which might com before him If a lawyer fails to be present because of Hot knowing the judge's intention, he will not be held in default. DIG PRODUCE COMPANY GOES TOJHE WALL CLAIMS AGGREGATING $320,000 PRESENTED IN COURT KANSAS COMPANY FAILS Twenty-five Hundred Creditors Ap pear at Trial in Wichita, Kansaa Wichita, Kas., June 5. Twenty five hundred creditors of tbe J. P. Baden Uroduce company were rep resented in a meeting held in the United States court room here today. Charles W. Southward, receiver in bankruptcy for the company,, was el ected trustee iand nstrueted to dis lose of its property in Chicago, Buf falo, Seattle and San Francisco. Claims aggregating $.120,000 were presented. It's Up to Mitchell. Kansas City, June 5. Because they could not do so without him, John Mitchell has been invited here by the miners and operators to bring about a settlement. He will arrive tomorrow. ace Riot in Louisiana. New Orleans, June 5. A race rot is reported in Algeirs, across the riv er from New Orleans. Governor of Paris Dead. Paris, June 5. General Dessirier, military governor of Paris, died to night. as usual, in Want Ads Want Ads tell Lines Want Ads. 276 111 CROWDS THRONG BRILLIANT PLAZA THE "PRESS GANG" TAKES IN THE CARNIVAL. SAW ALL THE SIGHTS In Every Way Equal to All That Has Eeen Said of the Great Parker Amusement Co, A personally conducted tour through the Carnival City is a courtesy ex tended the newspaper men by the New Parker Amusement Co., and last ibt. under the (ruicluiic-e t.f tli reH department, the force enjoyed such a pleasure, opportunity being had to see everything. There is a great (leal more to the Curnivul than one would suppose by just looking over the ground. The visit was first made to the animal cir cus, or Zooloricil J-Ven, as it is call ed. Here one of (he best tunned ani mal exhibitions ever given is present ed. Arabian stallions that perform in graceful evolutions at the command of the trainer; dogs that leap, walk upon eit'liier half of the four legs; a lion that actually rides a horse, anil a hear that sits his mount with the ease of a cowboy are all features that ure attractive. The performance in the big arena of Nero, the riding lion, is remarkable. When the large cat-like South American puma rises on his haunches and strikes at the woman who stands by his side, and fixes her deep eyes on him, there is a tremor in the audience, and they fear for her safety, but she shows her control, and never allows the ani- Princess Zoa, the young girl who has but recently begun her career as a trainer of wild beasts, went again into the arena last night a danger ous proceeding. First the big one of the pair leaped at the cage door to bar her passage within, but was whip ped back, and when she did get inside there was once or twice a crouching or a stealthy movement, as if about to spring, and strongn ones shuddered as they imagined the little woman would be a victim. But she managed to readi the outside before the spring was made, and his lionship found him self beating against the bars. Ray Ward handled two different lions. One, a big, shaggy fellow, a blow from whom would kill an ox, and called "Prince." He leaps a hur dle, trots about like a big dog, and lies down while Captain Ward uses him as a pillow. The Captain also enters "Czarina's" cage, and put her through her paces, and yet tlie is called untameable. The party next made its way to the big production, "North America," where the entire program was much enjoyed. The acrobatic work of In gram, the wierd dances of the Arra pahoe Indians, Arizona Harry's fancy roping and expert work in picking up objects while at full gallop by Arizona Harry and George Essler, were "great." "Hanging (tie Horse Thief is from real life, and illustrates an ev ery day occurrence a few years ago. The burning of the trapper's cabin and the robbery of the express are also realistic. In "Hale's Touring Car" a delight- .19 the story of the circulation: 46 J PRINCESS ZOA ATTACKED BY LION. A big, bob-tailed lion tried to make a square meal out of Princess Zoa, in the animal circus, of the New Parker Am usement company last night, but she was too quick for him. Princess Zoa is the girl who goes in the cage witb the fierce lions at each performance. She. got through two acta last night without accident, but while she wag in the cage during tbe last performance, one of the lions made a wide sweep witb bis paw.catching the sky-blue skirt wore, and tore it off from about her waist. She did not lose her presence of mind, but witb tbe dress clinging about her in dis ordered folds, leaped through tbe door just as he tried to get another chance at ber. au dience held its breath hut re mained quiet. fill trip was nude through magnifi cent scenery, including the Alps moun tains, with Geneva in the distance and all the glories of a Swiss rainbow, ami sunrise and sunset. The Electric Theatre presents the tragic and the 'humorous, and every thing so natural as to be extremely entertaining. The most striking scenes shown here are from the great San Francisco disaster. Creation is sublime niul beautiful. As its name implies, the handiwork of the Creator at the beginning was shown, also the Garden (if Eden and the Hood in Noah's time. The Kat.enjammer Hustle is the most popular place on the Pike. It's a fun factory sure enough, and one's sides ache as he leaves it. The Carry-IVAII and the Ferris Wheel wers also patronized. all shows are theflight k( fiizette through space on a bicycle, and tbe Girl from Abilene as she makes her leap in a great wooden ball. The Royal Italian band adds to the success and enjoyment of everything, and their music is one of the most delightful features of the Carnival. THE WANS SUFFRAGE MOVE BADLY DEFEATED BIG REPUBLICAN GAINS AT OR EGON ELECTION. A DEMOCRATIC GOVERNOR Republican Senator and Two Con gressmen Elected by Large Ma jority. Portland, Ore., June 5. George Chamberlain, Democrat, has been el ected governor of Oregon by a ma jority of not less than 1,000 and per haps as much as 2,500 over Dr. James Withycombe, Republican. Jonathan Bourne, Jr., Republican, has receiv ed the popular nomination for United States senator by a probability of over 5,000 majority. W. H. Ellie, Re publican, has been chosen congress man in the second district by a large majority over J. II. Graham, Demo crat, and W. C. Hawley, Repuhli can. has safe lead over C. V. Gallo way in the first district. The wo man's suffrage was defeated by a tremendous majority. The figures out side of Multnomah county on this is sue are very slow in coming in, and are valueless except as an indication of sentiment. In Multnomah it was defeated by about 3,500 majority. Retail Clerks Reorganized. The Retail Clerks' Union has been reorganized and starts off under very auspicious circumstances. Tbe char ter was received yesterday, and all the clerks, mole and female, in Tul a, are already enrolled. Date and plaee of meeting will be announced later. LONGlRTrlS LONDON BUSY WEEK AHEAD OF RECENT LY MARRIED COUPLE WILL DINE WITH KING A Long List of Functions and People Awaiting tbe Pleasure of tbe Am ericans. London, June T. The first week in London of Congressman and Mrs. Long worth, who sailed from New York June 2, on the American line steamer, St. Iouis, will le a busy one socially. Many invitations have been received at the embassy from people anxious to entertain the daugh ter of the president of the United States. These being left for Mr. and Mrs. Longworth to deal with, others already have been accepted. On June 11, they will be present at the opera, and on June 12, will be entertained by Ambassador and Mrs. Reid at dinner at Dorchester house, which function King Edward VII will at tend. This will be followed by a reception on June l.'I, and an evening party given by Mrs. Reid. Thursday evening is left open for any engage ment Mr. and Mrs. Longworth may esire to make. Probably the week end will be spent at Wrest Park, Mr. and Mrs. Reid's country place. 'RED LETTER" DAY IN HOUSE. Jane 5 Famous for Number of Bills Passed. Washington, June 5. In many par ticulars today was "red letter day" :.. i. l. a .l i character of the legislation enacted. What bid fair to cause endless trou ble, the naturalization bill, was passed under a suspension of the rules, the speaker and the gentleman in charge of the bill, Bonnyinge, of Colorado, doing team work of a superior kind. The house refused to pass the bill leasing to a private firm yr corpora tion the right to mine coal on the is land of Rata in the Phillipine group, althought it was stated that such lease would decrease the amount paid by the government very considerably. For two hours the house worked under a suspension of the rules. The rest of the day was taken up with the pasage of bills by unanimous consent. Notice, Ratbbone Sisters. Rathbone Sisters, Silver Leaf Temple, No. 2: You are hereby noti fied to be present at the Masonic hall this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, for the transaction of regular busi ness and the election of officers for the ensuing term. Dora E. Hull, M. E. E. LIGHTNING STRUCK HOUSE THREE MILES EAST OF TOWN. Sets Fire to Roof and Killed a Dog in the Yard. Monday night, during the thunder and rain storm, a bolt of lightning struck the farm house of "Bob" Mil ler, living two or three miles east of town, about 10 o'clock, and passed ilown the outside of the building fill ing a dog in the yard. Mr. Miller and bis family were in the house, in bed, at the time, and the older folks distinctly felt Uhe shock, which, however, failed to rouse two children sleeping within ten feet of the open door. None of them got up until Mr. Mil ler realized the house was on fire somewhere by seeing the flickering lights in a glass door opposite, and then he aroused the entire family who rushed out of the house in their night clothes. The fire was discovered in the gable of the one story and a half building, against which, fortunately, a ladder was resting. Also, fortunately, a bar rel of water had been hauled -up that day, and so forming a bucket brigade, the fire was soon extinguished without any material damage being done.