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Tritoe Wcaiillinsir Tl'I.HA. Ant,'. - 'I'tn- I . ii ( Til fur,. : MaXlllllltll lu:!, 1 II 1 II I it III 7H; Hiiulh winds unci clear. irilufi Wealltar vv vSIII .CTn', Am:. ! - Km-.'. ,r i ok l.i h,in i Show . r. anil I.i .Ji.h.l..,.. Mmii.I.h I .nr. nil i.i:sii www. assmcitf. h ricrss in tout. I I I I. IIM.il WIIIIC -sik M . I nil ss 1(1 I'ultr, VOL. VIM. N. -s- 1 1; l'A i i:s Tl'I.SA. OK L A 110 M A . si'NhAY. Al'dlST in. l!M:i I ti l'A (i i:s i c !; ! v I, C K n ts In IESB1S IS II 1FII Wilson iis i ssi s miaicw srr- I VI ION Willi M I.M HI KS SIAATF. C OMMIT! I F. OUTLINED IIIS 01 PUNS Says l.iivoy Will !' the ''' JUirs" or Ihe Administration In Mcihu It) Now. WASH f,VO TON', AUK 9. -Two hours of conference tonight between 1'iesidciit Wilson, Secretary l'.iyan Hiid the senate foreign relations committee brought nliout no change In the Hltitii.it- nf tin- administration toward Mexico. President Wilson took Hie sena tors Into III confidence far enough to outline tilt' following: That John Fin'l, his special e'lvuy to Mexico City, l.' not bear any ho hillon of the present situation, I. til goes to OOlltimi.- this .M IIIlM Ilt S efforts Id pcl'Sliadc provisional Pres ident llucrta to .airy out Ins promise f.... i. .,( eolislltlltlolial elections. Tim: under no circuinst tin- ndmiiiiMrathui prop...-. I I1C III dno cog- ni..- tiki- I lu. 'Ma government. Thai Mr, Lui'l bus gone to Mexico City to In- I lit- "eves ami cars" of Hi" Washington ml min ist rut ion on Hi Kro mill ami to . xplain tin- a'tltud of tliis gnverhtiu nt when ho has tully familial icd himself with lh- situa tion. That hv withdrawing Ambassador Wilson a inl sending Mr. I.in.l Hie president plann-il to hav- a hail on tin- ground who was in sympathy with tin- administration lure anil was In no sens- a factor in the situation In Mcxiea City. I'i-cnIiIi-iiI Talk ri-eoly. Tins.' policies ami suggestions of tln president anil Secretary Itryaii cam colli 111 general dis mission. II was mad- cbiir that tin- purpose or III- I'onlVr.'liri' was to establish lllof.' frank ami Intimati- r-lations n-iw-ia tlm sniaie and tin- uduiiiuMialion. In till) d.'V-lopiiH lit of tln Mi-xiraii pol icy and, in th' furthcnuui' of tins Idea, tin- priisid-nt talked frly and answt-rd niaiiv pointed (piestions. U hil- th picsldi lit disclosed no definite plan for the pacification of Mexico, tint Implication remained that upon l.tnil H report would depend to a law I'Xtent, the future policy of this country. There was prai tlcally no talk of 1 If t i ii K the. eiiiliari;o on th- inippicit tlon of BiniH Into Mexico which M..ni" lliemhcl'H id the commitlce liclicy would put a speedy end to the diffi culties. The meetlnt; ImilKlit was entirely frieiullv. The president did most of the aliklnu and Secretary I'.ryun and tut-in I ..-is of the committee added a word here and there, of tin twelve men present, only two, S-naiom Hmith of Ariz. ma. and Stone are out and out hellevers in u policy of ulti mate Intervention. Senium-. Arc Coiivlni-oil. 1'resideiit Wilson was firmly of the In-Ill f that Inlet -volition will not no necessary hii.1 some mcinheis of Iho conimitee who went to the White House disturbed in mind, came out with the ini-licf tnat perhaps much of the recent ta'k ill the h-nate hud been unwarranted. The president did not ask that senators refrain from debating the Mexican policy but he left u distinct itnpi ession that prominence nivcn In Mexico to i-oimrcsslonal discussloo mid newspaper comments reported from tbe fnited States, caused em barrassment for the administration In u : tempting to carry out Its diffi cult policy of peaceful si ttlcment. Senators who expected to be in formed of a definite plan of a formal message .Mr. l.ind miKht lie bearlnw to the Mexican government, were dis appointed. The president told them that upon the arrival of Mr. l.lud in Mexico Cl'y there would be trans mitted throimh the charge d' affairs to Mexico, as . II as to forelun aov ernmenls generally, an explunut ion of Mr. I .lint's mission. This explanation, hs devoloped at tonight's conference, Is expected to he a n affirmation of the American Kovernmen''s uttltude of the last few weeks favoring efforts to secure a temporary cessittion of hostilities In Mexico so that constitutional elec tions may be In 1.1. It was reiterated after the con ference that Mr. l.lnd's movements and pi o-ecd ore wm . , f( largely to his discretion nfttr ho had talked with Win. Hayard Hale mid other close friends of Hid administration familiar with the situation in the Mexican capital. The arrival of William H.iy-ml Hale in cVrn Cruz from Mexico City today strengthened the belief here that Hal-, an Intimate friend of l'lesldeiit Wilson, and for the last three months the president's unoffl rlal Investigator of th situation In Mexico, would give Mr. I.Ind the I em-lit of his experience In making plans for the next two days. Mr. 1,1ml will wait tomorrow In Vera Cruz and receive further In structions tomorrow nlnht from Washington. 1 1 is believed he w ill then proceed direct to Mexico f'ltv, arlvlnti Monday. The disposition here is not to hurry Mr. land's journey in account or what the administra l!on regards as nilrepi sentations or the purpore of hind's errand. l-'rom those who know the propo fils. I.Ind will coininunlcste to the Ilnertn government through Nelson tl'Shaugliniwsey, charge d'affaire of the embassy at Mexico City, It was le.-irii'-d tonight that the 1'nlted States merely calls upon provisional J'resldeiit llufita to carry out the promises he was ollicl-illv reported to have made when he took p.ms -ssion ofj tho government after the death of Madero. The American govern ment then was informed Hi .( Huerta Intended to e ill an cbx tioti not later than July and did not It.-nd to be a candidate. (Continued tin mgc 10.) TO LEVY FULL STATE TAX lei-ieae in aluiil Ion In t iiu-e .i' iog of I nil slate Tn of Three and One-Hair 1 ill-.. OKLAHOMA CITY, Aug. (Spe cial, i With a decrease of .:) ..r one pel- .ellt III 11 1 II 1 1 1 "11 oe- Hie State, outside or Oklahoma county, and a dccn-asi. ol I'.i per i nt In 1 'Mali.. ma count, from those of last year, It is likelv' the full limit of tin- levy for taxes of 11 I-t per cent for state pui.-oses and the 1-4 for s- Imol pur-po.-cs will hove to be made liy tin stale hoard of equalization, wlu-li thai liudy is i-i-ndv to act finally. II' tin ns from ail conntl s in the stat ure in Willi the exception oi Ix-la- ttaie. The total approxlmaet properly In the state, as this ear Is $1,17,'., IIOII, 110 0 value of equalized j.euu priations wilt approximat and to meet this must he added JU p.-r nt for .1.-1 1 n i u .-nt taxes, which a mild tiital i4.fi7S.luiO. Last year It was c.-olinu't d lhat 1701,328 would be received from .sources other than taxes, hut only JW.ilfiO.H!) was act ually I elved It is believed this year It will lenulre the full 3 1-4 mill i-vy. It Is estimated that J7.r.'.'.0iill will be received from sources other than lax.-s. hut this cannot be de pended upon. Last year the levy was two mills besides the 1-4 mill for sclinol pur poses. Whilii Hie valuations have been greatly reduced this year the possibility of raising the levy Is more i erla in. PUNS HAL MHIS l A AIOK WIH ID lisTAIII.ISII K VI. It Mi ! Mi SYSTI M. Would Have Itiancli Hanks Owned by l aiincis Ml Over Country anil Central Hank at Wu-diinyloii. W'ASIHN'iiToN', Aug. . A nation al rural banking system was proposed in a bill today by .Senator l-'lctcher, chuirmaii of the American commission rural credits, and also of the federal commission on rural credits, appoint ed by the president. The hill proposes a system of local national rural hanks owned and op crated by farmers; a state national rural bank in each state to be owned und c.ntiolled by the local banks as .stockholders, and the national rural bank of Hie I'niled Slates, to be lo cated in Washington, and to lie owned entirely by the .slate rural banks. To supervise the proposed chair ct banks there would be created In the Ire.-. suiy department a division of rural banking under the direction of n rural banking board to consist of the secretaries of the Ireasury, agri cultural and labor. The division will be under the immediate direction of a ' director of rural banking'' chosen by the president. The main purpose of the banks would be to furnish funds to fanners on long t.-TTii farm bonds or notes se cured by liens on farms at not exceed ing tiO per cent of their assessed value. Loans would be secured first by a local bank, then by a stale bank and last by the "national rural hank" of the I'nited States, und they would run from twenty to fifty years. The "national rural bank'' is designed to have a capital and surplus exceeding $100,000,0110 while the slock of each local bank would be limited to $L', OlMI.OIlO. Senator Fletcher today urged Im mediate consideration of the measure by the banking committee and its passage at the special session of con gress, ami expressed approval of the administration currency nil as a com mercial banking bill, but said It would not meet the needs of the agricultural communities because of the necessity tor lonsr term loans. "It Is obvious," said Senator Fletch er, "that the only method or furnish ing capital for reiuireinents of the farmer is the creation of a lone; term first -niort gage bond secured on his land, which bond shall contain a sink ing fund provision so that an amount shall be set aside each year to pay off Ihe bond when It matuies. The farm ers' loan should run from twenty to fifty years. No bank can loan money for such ii length of time. The money must be borrowed from the investing iiublic. Here Is where a special sys tem of banks will be nee(b.d In order to guarantee such bonds under re strictions which will reduce the risk of such cunrant"es To a minimum." The proposed federal reserve sys tem, the senator said, did not offer much relief and the provisions of his measure he maintained, though not perfect, would meet the requirements. Funeral Train Was Wnvliod. WASIIIN'C.ToX. Aug. 9. .Southern railway headquarter tonight an nounced the funeral train hearing the body of the late Senator Johnston of Alabama, which was wrecked, should reach I'.lrtningham by fi:30 or 7:00 o'clock Sunday morning. Their ad vices stated the party would he. taken to 1renvilb S. C, for dinner to night and that another sleeping car and a dining r-ir were enroute from Atlanta to J. .In th special train. The cars oci upied by the party were de toured by way of Helton and Setiec.i. KANSAS CITYJ0OCTOR HELD Held for Manslaiiglitcr In Connection With the Iteatli of a High School .lrl. . KANSAS CITY, Mo., Aug. !. Dr. Jacob It Hall, under $2,000 bund to answer to a charge of manslaughter in connection with tho death of an operation of M'-ta Zonk, the 11-year old high prhool girl whose case In volved a dozen youns; men, was ar raigned today. He was released pending Investi gation of a similar operation said to have been performed without fatal results upon a youns; Kansas City woman two yiars ago. I'rosi-ci.-tor .'acobs who caus-d the arrest Aaid the Information that brought II about e.-une in the course of li( Investigation ot the 15ook casv. TO GIVE I. Ii Fl T1TD IslhlVIS IAVIIV Will. NOT Hi: Hlsll Kill II IK HIMJ MIAICAN lsJ. (MfflENT STANDS FIRM Will Not Hi ool. Any I nl-rfcrelii-e in Their Ml. in- lt the Special Li pivx-iilntivc of I , S. MKXb'o, Aug. . Correct treat ment i.( ex-.iov enioi- John l.ind, counsellor ol the I nit.-d States em bassy her.' and peisoiial i epi eseiila llvo of President Wilson by .Mexicans Is assured by the Mexican loielgn or llee in a message forwarded to Wash ington today, and spec u I a i ui In the capital tonight has turned to the nature of Mr. I. In. Is mysterious mis sion, which, apparently ill tile belief of the I'niic.l stales government, can solve the dilllciillies now besetting the Mexican nation. While assuring the safely and free dom fi a iinov in--., of President Wilson's representative, the .Mexican gov. runout stands firm on the non acceptance of mediation, declaring on thai point "that il already his made its declarations." II is regarded as a f..rcgi.ne coin lusi.-n in political circles, t m-rcfuic. lhat Ihe mission is hi. mid to I nl iiiil. -s 1 he surge u ions lo be made by Mi. l.ind take come other form. Neither Americans nor Mexicans her.- are abb- to imagine a plan which could be acceptable to the Mexican government, whn-h contem plates mediation in any form by the I'nited Stales. A local speculation was put forth bv an American resident tonight, who saitl he had grounds for the be lief that the Washington government w ould propose, through -x -l loxel Hol land, that elections be held in all sections of the country under the auspices of a commission of foreign ers, not Including the I nit.-d States, hut possibly representing two Kuro pean nations and one South Ameri can intry. Would Meet Oppiedlion. This plan, however, would meet w'th strong opposition on the part of the Mexican governmeii', whose de clared opposition to intervention in anv torm ixiends to all nations. It Is regarded likelv, nevertheless, that Mexico could submit with better grace lo such a proposal than to one embracing mediation by the I'nited States only. The reply of Manuel Car.a Aldane. acting foreign minister to Secretary Lryan's second not., reeominendini? moderation on the part of the Mexi can otllcials and requesting that judgment be withheld respecting Mr. Mud's mission, has cleared the at mosphere of apprehension regarding bis reception at the capital, which was created by rumors traceable to no definite source, but nevertheless pers'stent in their hostility to his coming. Stllctcnl credit had been given to these rumors, apparently, by those charged with the arrangements of Mr. land's trip from Vera Cruz to Mexico City, to induce the utmost se crecy. The 1'nlted States embassv has withheld jill Information respect ing his movements and It is not known tonight by what route he will come to the capital or the time of his arrival. S.-nor Adalpe's note to Secretary Hrvan was practically his last official act as minister. Frcdeiico (?ambii took the onlh as minister of foreign ngalrs at noon and assumed charge of the ministry Immediately. I'repnruliotis for tomorrow's pto Huerta demonstration are being con tinued, but there Is little fear that it will take on an antl-Amerlcan com plexion. RULERSEXCHANCE MESSAGES Felicitate Alauit tho Conclusion of I'cuee- Among the Hclligcruiil Kalkan Stales. J'.KULIN". Aug. 9. Kmperor Wil liam and the king of liuu.iinia today exchanged the following telegrams in connection with the conclusion of peace among the llalkan states: "lU'CHAKKST. Aug. 9. - Tho con clusion of peace Is assured after great difficulties h:Ve been overcome. Thanks to you, It will be final. 1 thank you with my whole heart for vour loyal friendship and warm good will. "(Signed.) CAUOL." "SWINLMIN'riF.. Aug. 9. Vour telegram, which reached me tonight, Is a great and real Joy to me. I of- f.T ttiv sincerest and heartiest con- Mratulations on your splendid success for which, not only your people, but also the belligerent slates and all Ku-i rope have to thank you r..r your wIsh i nnd truly statesmanlike policy. At the same time your Mentioning that I have, been able to contribute some thing to the result achieved, Is a great satisfaction to me. I rejoice that our mutual co-operation was in the cause or peace. "(Signed.) WILIIF-LM' "IIFCHAKF.ST. Aug. The kind words in your extremely cordial tele gram rill me with pride und sincere gratitude. Once again I extend my heartfelt thanks for your warm in terest and your effective share In the recent events so significant for my country. "(Signed.) CAUOU" llig (onclmc Is Opined. liLNVFK. Aug. . With many Vnrl-colored liglits Illuminating Ihe hordes of plumed knights mid thous ands of Ix-nver spectators, the .T.'nd Triennial Convlaen of Knlghls Temp Ims Was informally opened here to night shortly after tne arrival of tlrsnd Master .Most Fmlnent IHrector m. 11. Melish nnd other grand offic ers iit tha templar. FOM'XI, I DM I s HI . For the second I mi (Wo W cel. s t he Tl.ls I Hu box at the Tulsa poM . W 1 1 I , I n ids l,.-k tic- wa-. A I..C n lafei V eslel day I V . ill I of 111. ill that was Known ! ha been In t he box late in i he a I noon w as IIUsslili; w h. n . ill plov ees W ellt lo gel II la -I n l : nt t W ii W oil.-, ago I he I i. l.i -. pel a t t be Wol Id ol rice i a ai: n a man 111 the art of l.li.il, : box -mi frightened J--. I Social months ago p. h-.I letters Were found III a local illili; store Thcv had n. . n .-.I.. I. o from numerous li,., - .. i i h. i t olficc, mi lulling ! In- V . i I.I l.,.v I'oslal itispectois aii- a w. i.v on the case. Cl.-ctric I --hi- w.-n- placed 111 ( he w ol k ! Ii:; p.. I I ,.f I lie post (dfu-e ye.stel.liv. . 1 1 1 -1 one light was placed In lie- ti.-nl ot Ihe lobby. The vvllilc; I. Ill- l cM of the lobby vv ill I..- ib-m ,- .,-l this Week. The I . . . . t Lcliluu; of Ihe lobby will hav- ma. Il lo do with breaking up th.- I...x rifling, it Is thought. Five tears for HuigbHv. CI. A IIL.Mi llll'.. i ik la . Aug. I t Sped 1 1 1 Clarence i o, b i an. . i . i r Fr-d Walker, was . , . n -. I . t - I ;n lie district i ni'i t here s .: m .la v .1' i oi bing Ho- Mci'lnre lu-u dr g Is stores In i i.,l and ' I i in. luiv . and selil.llccd to live wars in Ih- penllentlarj ileorge i-.i.n and i;-.b eri Caion, were also s.. n 1 1 1 . . i t a v r and one day ea- Ii in :1c p ni :entiary for hurglarv . IS i.om, mi: i' ww i: m n hi i Mi ni IV A I I W l ) s. Fanners In Kansas Wilboul Wat, Are Unfiling Their l ive Mod, ami I'oulli v lo Market. KANSAS ('ITV. A--;. !. Ldof from the leinp.-ialures - I la .bct-es and blither that have pi. i.nl.. . i Kansas and in most pa 1 1 - of M : :ii and I ll.la llollia tile lasl I " .In v. as promised by the lo-al iv - iili-r Ion caster tonight. He s ml I huiiu- i showers were probable and Ins pre diction applied espeel ii,-. to Kansas, which has been in th- grip of a drouth since early in Jon... Today's weather reports wen' an other round of high temporal in es. In Kansas the iiietciuv again climbed abovB Ihe I'L-nliiry mark Thermome ters In some parts of the slate reg istered as high us TT Three deaths due to Hie heat were reported In Kansas today. Few pr"S tralions occurred because farmers and their outside workers have sus pended operations. Farmers are do ing the work that is absolutely neces sary, such as prodding feed and water for live stock and digging cis terns and pipe lilies to conserve the water on hand. l'oultry raisers have suffered se verely from the di out h on a.-ociiut of the shortage of feed and water. Chickens are ln-mg rushed I aikd and sold at a sa. nfice. one firm nt Leavenworth sold ::0. 110(1 pounds of poultry Ibis week and will make an other similar sir fin.-lit In a few days. Iieal.-rs s.iv the country dis tricts will sell pt -ictlcally all tlo-ir poultry within the next week If pres ent conditions continue. At Leavenworth a temperature of His was reached today. Practically all streams In Lea v en wort h cotintv are dry and llii.slilng operations have been abandoned on a n lit of the water shortage. BOILER EXPLODES. 5 DEAD Five Men killed ami Two Fatally In jured When sawmill Holler ISIcvv -up. CLALKSVILI.i:, Tex.. Aug. 9. -Five men wen- instantly killed and two others so badly injured they will die, when a boil-r at the Majors sawmill. 1" mll-s southeast of 1 'atks vllle, cxplod-d Saturday morning at about 9 o'i lock. The dead. C. .1. Majors, '1 if Majors, Will Haver, Joe Ii.micls. Plnkey Hawkins. The Injured. Finest v. k, Tony Coats. Tlnre w.re ..n'v seven men at work at the time of the explosion and the two that vv.-re not killed are unable to t.'k, In ti.'e the ( in- of the explosion cannot be learned. The mill was owned by the Malors. All Of the l. II eX-opt CoatH We-. mnrrled and hot families. The fam ilies of S.Veial of Hie tllell were .-Hiiiped near th- mill, and as soon as Ihe explosion took place limy phoned for h.-lp and a number of doctors and others from I'lai l.svllle wen' to the scene in aut-unobil-s. The bodies w-i - s.-itt'-red in evorv : diredioti i;.- of th.-tii having hen . blown ov.-r r.'l yards and were baldly ' mangled. Tin- l .iler tore the fops otT s-v. ral trees and fell about u hundred ft "'"" Its found itioti Consul Wants n l.unboat. MICXI1'') CITV, Aug. 9.--W'llbur T. (irai-.-y, l i.it.-l Sial.-s consul at Proi:r.-s-o. In H- state of Yin-. it in. hilS requested that t ll ' I 'll It C-, Stat.-S gunboat W'll on-: which is patrolling the lower gulf 1- 'st, be s-tlt to '..- glesso. While Ai.-lie-ins an; said In be iii dai.g. r. A battle. Iii wbn li (IHO rebels lie . port". til IllV" Le. II (ngaged bus 00. irred near the cilv.!r though th" r-s'iit is not yd kiwti her". - " " wilier John-oil Healer nf sick. WAS Ml ViTON. Ana. 9 - A b a-e. ball and an int.. graph letter from Wuller .lobtison Washington's pre- mler pitcher, did more thin tio-da 11, .1 could do I.. It 1 c about the ..,.-.! I eoiiyal-senee i.r Watren A. Sb-e. Vo- hoy's recovery since receiving t In- ... j t.-r has p rogn s -d lapldlv. lie was .... rt. ........ r- ..i. I...I, ,.l (.,.,. and his improv . menl was maiki I after lecciving the- letter. SI 11,(1 SUET UUUUUII UlULilll ; IT HIKES: i I S i Ills Ml II .kin xiu ii i mi i mil i I M II Dil l HMI A I. LEGISLATURE IfiEEISMBAY halves ol Ibc Frawlc) .iiiiniil tec W III I'l-nlialdv He Fri-clitcl lo 4,vcr llou-c Honda) Nihl. , ALII N . N V . A' g 'J No state ! u.-iii w is t-.i ' lo "loin I i om i b nor I .-.llli-r to.lav coll. ' i mug Hi.- i-.-v el. i ti.m), iiia.le b. f,.re I lo- I i.i w b-v I. -ills I (tlV - llll.!!lee The !"1 I ' ' '' ' 111. lined at t xeciillVe mansion . (Iiii iii! Ill- fori Ii and III t In alt. r n Id' with M i for a iiu t,u 1 1 ip int.. I he c .unit i . it!, one Ii I lo- gov -i n.-i li i -no inl im.it ion as o. lo -n h. in sue a .'.la I cm, id la . v . 1 i a.i I .- -n , an p mm . .Mi il in ami H. .I.M. I l-.l'S. In - II I- n-ls pi .in Will I... II. a I li ((''111 lo X I W el, I . I . I I 'la t ' , t h- !.:-. -I no s S-. I sti.l ' Ii- i v ' . 1 1 1 1 . would l:a c I lo- to Ml II lit I I ill Ill II II I - . on. I I . . I II v. -'I k am I s S. civ en ,.V IS of III. Mod, el 11 1 , ll.Mll - hid na I -I . in.il. it. -I I 1 1 . 1 I I to U I. il -lion -h into tll- il I ill -, ., .-.'.I I - lie III o -non. Hie- has '1 ' I 1 1 Ol S oi, ed l"..r ll,.- b:-. clit at l - :- d I , , I . 1 1 e Will III I in. n. I', lb, ll , .se I t M la , I" . II in Former So, ii-i. ii v t.oval. 1 ...ills A. Sue t - 1 HO I rotll'l d. nl in I ci -t.il v w in. I f a d to -. i ii nipii ii:u cunt 1 1 n ut i illlve. JliilV IC'I b- til- -OYelllor I v . on. i i uini UiS f Hi,. . xcc .11. , b, t'ol. t h- ha r of t In- lions- to e pl.nn his position. Sired, v has told his friends he will go to Jill i a I he! 1 1 1 in divulge i c I --I ma I ion cm- . nil i:g Hi- . v. u -Uvs. I'll- Frawb-v i iillllllilH i' is expected to meet pilor to Hie b i;l .lali . e s.-s- iollS Mom I iy i , 1 1 1 1 ' and may decide to pr s. lit a report w im h w il sH ill motion lb,- ma -Imici y l-r the I r i i I , i 1 1 -1 1 1 1 1. n 1 of Hu- l' o , r n 1 1 r . If such luli'in in lul.'-n, tin- iiiat.tr will be pi'-scuteii to Ihe a.ss-m hi v , P Ii body which loliriula'.-s th, Un lil.-liii'lll, A committee will consider any charges and a proposed Impeach men! must have the votes of a ma torilv of In- assembh l fore (t can be laid bd'ol,. tile senate . I 0 . 1 lle lit of app. ills, wlli. Il sll as a court of iiii pea. h ni. -nt. I III k Jllsl III,' oil-. Iti-moval bv iuiji.-a. Iicin. nt requires t he con. ui rei f iw.i l birds ol the mcmb-rs picseiit. The s. nate n I "lie b.-g. lining of tiie year was com pos, d nf :ii' d.-iuoci ats, 1 1; republicans one Indepiidi-nt democrat, one pro gressive republican and one progres sive. The dei rats bcsl Senator I Inosevclt , wiio tesiiiiieil when ap pointed assistant S'-creta i y of tin navy, and Senator Stilwdl. who was convicted of soliciting a bribe. Tiler,- lire sevn elected Judges ot the lour' of appeal's. All except om-, Judge Warner, me d.-nio. rats. This gives Ihe d. iiiocials :I7, one less than Iwo thirds of the full membership. Tlier.- is in ik - Ii speculation ns to what the attitude of Ho- republicans will h. cvelll of u at'i-mpt to Iiii peach the ex.-. iitlve. Senator Finn It Frown, minority b-aib-r. Is a mem ber of Ihe l-'rawlev commute,., hut has not ai. In. Id pa sessions, nov el not Snlz.-r is said to have secure. I conns. -"I. At the capiiol today there wis a suggestion that the governor might avoid action by the .gsa i,j ,. ,j r. siiming. Ills friends as'-erle I In- had no such intention. i SOIL special I nvov I niidci! at era Cm Wiliioul a I , -mi 1 1 1 1 .1 1 1 ,11 esleidiij. I : I : A C:l., Aug. 9. KxC.v. runt- John land of Miinn-soia. ihe per sonal I e pies,-1 t il I 1 V C of the President of the Foiled Stales ami counsellor f Hi" einlKissy nt Mexico City, landed I II Mexican Soli I. He HllS lilt' I 1 11 I IIM. HI I alel WC. I .bled to the I ,te, Slate. b e been III id. -at 'li- leil. si of I'll jeoii.uiai- m V. i.i I 'i iz. which is mjowi.is vim b-v- I a nish-.l th- to I -I, ,i ,,f William W. Canada. WTi-n t.-r al. Mr I'.di iid s s. rvi -e-i l av.- be will l-ave tor the capital has not Vol been lb t-l milled, lull It Will 11'. I be lonight. I'.., ill the '-x g.,v-i ii. .r and Mrs. land were tiled this i-v-iiiiig and In- iiiinl'. ; no basic to tu b into Ho- siiongbold . of piovis.oii.il I'ii a, b in II n rt 1. al though tile (bdav in doing so will be for bit a day or tw.. ai tin- most. The people of V-t.l I'l', gave tlo intimation of any ib-.-.e ., imlnlge m a ileinonsiritii.il of di-appi ,,v a I of Mr. 1,1 lid's coin. tig. His I ,11 ling was w 11 - liessi-d bv only ,1 small g a t h r : II ,'. if more patient of th- c 11 ..:ls t.eraol.s who had w p. lo-. I from p.-ts ib- bai 'b'.ship New II. imp. h, i" ..11 whnh In- , lliade III- II. I, flo.ll (oiiv-.ston. am.e j Hi-- Vessel am hoi.-.i shoi'ly alt.-r : j li'.oll. " I W'11- l iinii'-'! of Ir- 10. I I of is ,11. :. XV. I I: - i vv re 1, - ,.. g u 1 o , , , f " . ,i:,i'm i ,- .,,., , id, m c- ... j i, 1 ,. .i.i..,?: n Mo 1 I is 11 -l" .1 . , -: g 1 ' : 11 T' , -. . 1 ... l -s I f 'i a i '" . - -.-p i i - i ft ,'r'' '' ''V", A V "'"' . """-r K L ,v I : L v. ' I . I ' I P ' : I- I A ..... : ,1 I. I'dg u, of AM: is. t . . hot driv-i. j; o, ,1 m ., s,,,q ;,t !h.- . r. I- I, r.. 1 ,l,rl,i .1,...! .1 a he al hospital t.la.... Th 'will l.u s-'it lo Atheiu, boijj KILLED SON FOR BURGLftR lo in; I loo Son living lo open Ho - W -is ii tiiri;hir I ai'iiici liol and Killed Hun I I 1 I'll11 okla I i. lie! ,,. ., . . I i b-XI.'-. . L lib Cell I- I II.' it lllC ' IV. sll.. I al III. , I 1 I ' I ..' I 1 I .111.1 l ellol I 1 1 I I lie II I bo. i V . .11 old Soli Th. I at II .11 I be vild to I I'l l- , lo le. p and I iv dow ii , i n Iiu- '.lis Lai - in III., mr III In- aw o bl ind III.'. I I- I'd III He- hoc' II.' 'Il.d . vel.il ,.,,.- bill tho W . I e lo, Led m. I vv in I he act of hi: mi ni. ..I e. II w hell Ills (at lo I III d at linn, k 1 1 li in; him l m I i nl I v , TI id .1 lilcasoii was almost , I I. v with -lll'l When he lollliil Ihe llllllake III' had made. Fi ll Old. l.LII lltkl Ml l iinadlaii Order Is Not Ihe Sunn as H. 1'. O. I.. .Mailt I bid Out. INMI'liil. Man . Aug. 9 F.igh en char::.s Lolas were lib-.l against I I I I I V K d Iv ol I I. -Ill er si; pi i no- , I - ioiu:.'t of i 'a iia-li.in Fllvs. in Winn! p. c. i ha i gi ng In III Willi I ci civ mg thoilslllds ol dollars bv I u I .'. I . p I es. II t..lion Iroin W'est.-rn i ' i i:.i.lia ns K-l Iv Was allestcil Thills. I. IV and is out oil ball. ,M a ll v' complaints have I n made to members ot the Cm i. Inn l-ilks, vv ho st a le t hat t hi v h. In v , .1 I In v VV . If lulling I he '-'.en-v oletlt .1 II ll I oe. Ill e I l ,, I ot LlllS," : 1 ,, 111 ill. in tolllnl. .1 III t he l nll..l Stale... UN SAVE IHE (I .ill I l!MI NT 11 N II Mil's SI I I sl 'l I. Il Mi IN-- I i:lloS. -but oil Flow of in, lion lion Feel ol (.as in a P.ig sail Water l.u-h-ing Well. .1. A. P. dial. I. represent. dive of the Fnited Slates bureau of mines in I In- ( k la hoina oil m id. has coin Ill, t.-.l a .b in. .ml i at ion of t lie ;.ov - i lllllli'lll'S gaS collsel at loll 1 1 1 1 1 1 ., I S lhat lias made him -solid" vvllh Ihe 1 1 .-.I. -i mt v, in killing Hi- 4ii,iniii,iiiio l-ei of gas in the big .-.all water gl.all-r of Alld. IS .'Hill I'oleV III sec. li. - Ix, I. -.-I;,, VVC.--I of I 1 .1 .1. .-II. Tile g'oV c ' 1 1 1 1 1 ( -1 1 1 ' M Illili, pleVioUS to ibis tunc have u-.t made mu ll of a bit Willi the oper. it. . I s, due lo proll- tlice, ;;k. it i. ism, and one thing and aliolhor, but wln n Mr. Pollanl l-l lit -ed ihe iii.-. I ib in i . ii st lit t n.ii. The World piomls. d to sen Hint they gol el-edit If it was a success. The job undoui.te.lh was a lough Willi its lug gas. the w"l was ihiowing about I'll" barrels all hour .1 bony wat.-r over the country siir loiimllng, killing crops and loinentlng liusulH. It pruitlcallv was in-jios-side to case lb,- hob-, mid drilling was out of the ipleSt ion. Pecans.- ol Hie water, Mr. Pollard a ba ndolo .1 the so-. ailed "lulirloallng" sv.tclil sin i cssfullv used on the drv gass.-n In Ihe Pushing held 11 it. 1 sc -il : to segregate gas and watir to kill imth I nl ii . -Iv, A i:-uich Inde had I ii drilled to !(.'. I feel, w here the Water was ell- i uunt. red, Th- v, .,.-, In I . . - I his, under a t-n fool br.uk. In an al lium! In i ase oil the water, 'll - lolc cave. I nl about r, in) feet, freeam, Iho lO'liieh pipe. A siting of :t in. Ii Pin ing w is suspended In Ihe hob- with a valve at Hu- botlom. The casin.; Inad was sealed ami the I ami water mixture pumped In. The mud Hind was made nf the blue shah drillings from which the sand bad bi en car. ful I v w ,-L.hed. Li sails were ipil' k. As the Mold with tin- hole full of incoming mud behind II tilled Ihe hole outside the IiiI.iiic, their i umbilici! weights fotc- ed the I'lixlllle far back llllo the gis silld formation. A valve oil the cas. in.; Inad was regulated can fully, al lowing Ho- wat-r to escape through a I Pie lo one Md- as Hie mud Wolkc.l In. In due Mine the gas was shut off elilifelv and 111" mixture Worked into the wat-r sand. The hob- now is standing open, free of gas ami vv 0 h the tubing pull , l VV ill be dltlle.l 1111111. dintelV. Tb- ib-iii. uist r a t ion cl-arlv proves that if the effort is made gas can be saved in ev-.-n tin- most difficult . as. i lb-fore Mr pollard si irt. d, I 1 Wllef-i of the Well fllllklv ml- milled that th. v believed ,. Iri.lll I i Hie i-ho-t of a show. The pioof, Ir vv v .-r. has be.-n ,ii. k and pra.-tb i, I. ami Ihe. have i- !...)! giv.-li him i --.hi f-.r hN s-i -. . ss Mr. poll. .id m i w ill "luiirb , ' i, -g ci ss, r for Hi"- Plain.- Ml an I m...liv In I'nshinc. II to... la Id to o'T.-r s. ennnclv luiiioss!!.' . ,.. s to dii'iiii-.; Th" d-inoii a -.-i n m I'i'll.l II "I I m- gov alio oi. Ibilleell liable, pic. i ' I .L V LLA I v. ii,- stru k ('I middle of the , o . A. nr. h-.t -..! ml todav In the ap. -i no, -n tin til, r- no.,, .a. 1 al 'In Kn-sk r. gist. i. .1 !.. Th-Heell I.,!'!-. III tills eltv dp. I, ,,,t, I Ihe d'e. ts of Hie We !'.. C to- ' ,i v. only ft -.-.fated bv He- (.. t I 1 1 1 1 two vv I III t .ll t'V 10 ,1 : " . la.-. I dogs. I I. l.i. d iLoypraoDwiNSNAi;:; Wants to In'., -tiga'e I', II 1 1 in i of the ( ikhl llolllll I alitor W s' I ! Mi l ' iN A , ,. a, ..I Pi mm .1. i 1. 11. 1 , to ! 11. : The ll-.lll- I to "'II' .'. I l 'a .- as lo id 1 p in Hi g. . 1..H u,s oii.i--.-'. - t ,g -i . g iti-.t. U s p., , . , ,1 .. 1...... .: 1. ..k d n ,.r ... ml ....... Mlla'- Chief of Mall ii.-MkI Fl. 1 'A'":'' ,'."' . , 1 ,., , ;. ," f -f ' ' I f I -1 " h . ,'l , dv. .,'i---l m I I P,- by I nit. d olmii1. Id.. x": " s.. ,-l in; i-fl'. t l! 1 'hi'i-ia '1 . .1 i-t Inii-ng' e't-ts !-. '. 1 ' II ' id ,f Am.-i p an wjiii'-ii .n.-i ll'MO. I 1 HTIfllB MfiUP Tfl TIM : :.'! IIIUlL' IU lUllOit living ( pp...... .1 Mil Mux IMi I.I Nl I! M. Ol I i i:s I Foil It MCI IIM II II. 'o I s, ill . COMPANY IS REORGANIZED Once More In Ihe Hands of Hie Oil ginal I ncoi poi ;il or-, und Slock Owners. As a result of Hie reorganization ,,f Hi'' Ccnlial l-'ui I o Loinpany. (hu ;.iieial olhces ..I the company havo l-ccii i einov i d lloin I kill cs i li- to Tul sa, i.mi.ii i.-i ... have been engaged in ihe Ma.vo building and the woik o removal will be finished in a f.-vv days. This is the I, i.si lug company to cuiiu (o Till... i as ib ,a, e of business. The Central Fuel oil company em- plovs ii lb. m seventy five iiii-n ami I his means an increase in population of ii (ban (vv.. hundred people as loan., ol ihe m. ii arc iiuirri.'il and will bum: Ileal laniil,.., heie. Tulsa is al " "" Hie i i i . 1 . 1 1 1 o u i a hcailipial lers for I In- I I all e ( id .X ( bia ciiiupali) . I loi 'lull Pipe I. lip. HIV, Ihe Texas ' olopimv I all lln- I. si oi he big I 'I o, I ii, in.; and 1 1 a ii. -poi I a l ion a i;.-lii n s. I ii.- ..lie .1 i In 1 1,,, pemb-nl I -i ..duo CI S .1. I.H I e ll. e. t IS l0 lil ' ale.-.l eippl , 111. l.el he .-.late. I he i 'em i al I ml i nl ,, hi, pan v has be II H-i, ml e, ,,, p., oil. e lliol e III lie ha ml . ol 11 1 1 1; I u a 1 lli.nl pel aim 4 ami owners Tin- 1 nmpanv was 011 ili.nl. ol gatil.eii limb-l I lie laws ol I " I . w a 1 e Willi 11 1 a pil a I si ock . ,1 flu,, nllil, lie 11 ami a bond IS; He nf f li , II ,1 , , Oll'l II w as Hit. ml. il lo Iiii iie-ll t he fuel Hi-ply I'M III. Sold 111 I II I '.IllflC ilUel - ed,. and William P. Poller of Sail 'I .ll. o, a l-epicselilal IV e of t hu Sou: lu i 11 Pacilic was the piesidenl and has be, -n re elected. The romp. my made 11 conl 1 ad Willi Ihe Texas com pan.v when by the Texas company was 10 handle all of Ihe oil and deliver (,) Ihe Kill Pravo oil company, tin- pro ducing end of lln- Southern pacific a .-tiit.il amount of md oil every 1110111I1 th" ib livcrv lo I..- in the splitting Mil lion ol the Texas company at Hates, To . six miles w .-at oi l (alias. I iv erv 1 lung went along all right for a Willie. The builds Wile sold In French and Fnglidi bond buyers, tlm Soul horn Pacific was g.-iinig the oil and ihe original own. -is of ihe proper tigs were being paid. Th.-n, one morn ing tile eltiel.-l is of the Ccnlial Fuel (III company notified Ihe Texas company that II was dlssinislleil Willi the eoll tiael and would, sifter a certain date, cut all coniieeiions wilh the Texas company's line ami deliver oil to an other tr;i nspoi ta t ion agency. The con nections were i iii and the Central Fuel 011 company began deliveries to thu Prairie oil .X- Has company. The Tex as company al once brought an action 10 compel the Central Fuel oil com pany to cany out lis contract. Thu Kankois Tiust company of New York, trustee for the bondholders intervened 011 the ground lhat the value of its so (in it ics would Iii- impaired if the cou liaci witli the Texas company was en forced. The validity of t iii' contract was attacked on the ground that It was secured through misi . pi esenta tlou and fraud and that it was of tin elleci liecause there was no mutuality of interest, the Texas company secur ing all of the heiiefils of Its operation. This view was sustained by Judga Kalph I-.'. Campbell of the federal (.nil! but on appeal the Circuit court of Appeals reversed Judge Campbell and duel led that a decree be cnl-r. ,1 compelling Ihe enforcement of tha coiitiacl. Th.-n the application for re ceiy, I.- hip was made and the court ap pointed Frank l-'raiitz, 1 1. I-'. Connolly and Jaines A. Veasey us receivers and Ihey have been iii charge of the op.-ra-I ion for more t ha 11 a ear. Some months ago a committee ,,f the bondholders composed of Philip Ldiuiau. chin ana 11 . Harry Itroiin.-r, Fdward II. Clink, N. I!. Clark. Alvin I nternio'i r and (le.uge C. Priestly pn-pureil the plan of rem ga nil'.. it n.11 which w;ts submitted to Ihe bonilhold ers and st nek In .l-b-l s and iign-ed to by a laiu'e maloiit.v of tln-m. The reor ganization was , ff- ted the last , ,.s of .1 ulv w hen 1 1 en 1 was pad f..r t In- pr.p. -I t : 's to the n-iiiii s , nd t h'-v vv .-re ib - ll 1 1 -;-d. A 10 -w conlia-t has i.e. ti eni.-r-d l'i to vv:Ui the " xa.- eoinpmv v. h-i-by th- Texas compa.'iv is ;,- muiim it- f.va of lb- S-Vell '! Illi.elS of III" I ...'! I'll of direct, us .-ii.-l to haw actual cont.. and management of tin- properties of Hi" Ccnlial P.. I (Ml company for thu P- iiod ml l ie, I 111 the oiiginal con ii.ot or imiil I'.i.'1. Th- Texas cm 1 .11 1 1 v is lo hold a majority of the sb.H. s ,,f th- ci mmoii si.a1, and is to r.. vo the $ ,' 'J.inui per annum as utr- .br the old -.i,-i for exp-!,se., of operation. A new corporation has been ot i-at.i.-! and in.-oi p.,ra1,-, 1 . r , -1 r i (-,. la i ,,f Maine carrying out Mie f - , t : r 1 Maim- carrying out Mie f. ,t :r. s t 1 lln- n.o ga 111 .a t ion vvitk.-i' ching t nam, .'til-' b-etl md or stock or bond mv i-ei -l .p. Tho s ,,f ihe ('.-nl'. ! compiniy tiav., o-ov . d fi-,.m Pa ' ' I- sv ,11" '.. T,;l 1 ill la ,l;-ss of the cmpatiV W'll fl. r '"' ham! i.. fr..m h. n. All I..-H in tlm .'. , aits, 11 'id-r the plan a gam , t ion is dismissed and th., . ,.1 p.'i.ito'ii st.nts w:th ii clean It . I I. I le I A II Id I.OHHV id uti: Invc-tmalion of Xlovcln.nl In Force Mexican War. W .'!IXilT"N'. A'.g -J. 'I h- of t h- s, 1, , te obi,v . ,,, :ni ', .- cn.l i n - 'st', lino, :s lot 111 sig t. a 'ding to s,n..t .r !:- .1. a ncnib-r of 111.. - ,,11 li.:!', . who t-.i-v b 1 1 the s-'l- -,te ploVlll- tot t'l - .Xp'liS. S of t ll - , opnn ' ! I ('. .-i. . . : r ( 1 1 0111 g- t i i-'i ai f. ,1 w In ti 'b.. ::!, lib - W lid 'l'l.-.h lis work. I I'li.'l t, .1.'' 1 ,', t Wii:i t. 1. pin d .rg. I I' nat.,1 t Hu p. :.: ill- '"l.i the r 1. ' g 1 '. 1 ,1 a :ni 1 " '.il'.--- the vv 1 r w t h M x - ,. . opp, " d b Sen. .0 ii 01 the re- ,-. r : ..an i- r N I st was laken.