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II 1 I Jul I J'J Tin- trail" rsluri' Mmmnuni nV Minimum 711 seats R'lBdl uliil ili-ur WASHINOTON Jsl I i m Mil) lb, I.I, mini ; liin.-i.ll) luir qp3 'if Tr' "tF (c A y xjl yjLn Vol. ix. m. PI' I. J 1.1 li lit K ssut I i i n i ss in IMIHT, II ISA, OKLAHOMA, Til I' KM) A V, .Ml.. 1 6,8 )( ) Was iii" oomblned olroulstl n of The World and Hun yesterday I'AtiK EXCITING SCENES IN ME HIM TRIAL CAILLAUX WON BRILLIANT VICTORY FROM EV1 DENCE YESTERDAY OSAGE COUNCIL ASKS A PROBE OF AGENCY 111 I 1 1! I i nn HUM' IN (UN nil il II lis Mil ill -k Nisi clary I i . .in -l lo IT illllill 1 1 lu.mi.ii I ' a-c MAY RESULT IN II DUEL PAW HUBK . i iklu . Jul) II The hugs 1 1 1 1 i.i it i : ba' council, l un mi- todaV ;.,( . il H TO llUtlnn ii Si m i tat n the Interior liiiii.in c lissloiier C'ntii Belli in make ii m ..pun; Investigation of Indian HKcni'j matter here. The Police Broke Up Mobs Th.it Were Pigtotiog About the Merits of the Case. PARIS, July : former pi lulur, r.i ure in aeph today ullaux, IK Hu ll ehurgi un i t'huttii utrol hi Hii is made of ;hal "a vorj fe and land grsftc trual fund espi ci ntral .Mini', wllh K uf llie crow 'li 'i ti. expectation the trial of ins in Henrlottc Calllaux, i harped lllng (i.istnii Calnioltc, editor Figaro, The court ri i wus Its iiim-'si enpaciej in I m of xi'iih.iiiiiti.il relattoni arising tiom H i .ii in.i I'm closing um ii. ilium uf lust night, win n ha i -clarnd he would refuao in plead un h m ' f'lii statement was made by the government regarding documonta which ii woe aliened wi re Important eno igh tn cruah I !atllaux. On the opening of court the pro-curator-gmeral Mid hi was author Iced b) the government to declare tha ijoru nta referred to In yestetday's testimony did not exist, Instead, therefore, of Utterly discrediting tho cx-premier, the Incident ended in hi" triumph. When tho procurator-general re sumed ins teat, M. Labor!, oounsel fur M un' CatllauXi aald! Sarcastic Keply. consldor the Incident cloai henu replied sarcastically: Incident a closed to the sat- if M. I'niiiiiiix, lull to my us imtliiiiii I. ni ii clever dl- arranged I 1 -"lilt Ii lilt li kel s have co mention dlturea The council also passed a resolu. inin asking thai ihi secretary uf the interim prohlbr anyone appearing before the Oasw council with a re quasi fi i a ri . 'i or extension of a blanket oil and gas lease The reso lution demundlmi mi Investigation of the Osatte agency asks that two Mem bers of the Osige i rlbe he placed on tin- investigating committee. I i ll is I nil COMPLICATIONS MAKE THE SITUATION VEIU GRAVE vow. mi wn ATT.TUD2 The Gre.tt Lcbel General Is Not in Accoi u un ilt flam in OiUiauZd, MISSING ACCOUNTED EOR n New I I'l nm Millers. i 1 HT MM ITM, Ark., Jul lit) lllerlffa today tiink J, itnd all i. inn lircllq ir. n v jni iii this elt) in iii' In i I. u 1..-I a i ho circuit i j i la pi ubing laal Frlde I ween open shop miner; 'i i i i. aud attacking mil i hi in rests inn a been u l m llilng is quiet at the Mammoth eln foal romj i ha i nil t heir employi a hut ted for, Includli II! BAND WAS MUSICAL BUT SELECTION BAD ' U ICE P I v B I B N I i PATIENCE OF B. S. ii miiii i ii i i Mii l(l I'l l I 11)1 V Willi ABOUT EXHAUSTED I Hid 1 1 wei-i' tl .- battle, rand lury mm imntoned to I i) 'i ii. uturns Into . rompleti d, Pi oaeeutor -ii Inquest i i a SENATE OOMMITTEE HEARS CHARGES 0'' HIGH PI NANCE MADE mm up useless lines Paul Fabulous PrioM for Feeder Lines Thai Were Praoti calif Wortble ,. n.in i ii in .ii ii in nglMi fi . tin MAI kin r is i i in e I'm Aorld ( eiileiiMI uf inn I Xi HAVE ALMOST DECIDED ON INTERVENTION IN HAITI DirRECARDED ALL WARN1NL7S Further Figfetiaj Will Lead tc Pnuiipt Action by This Country. Jamaa A Indian agent il SI. il. IVABHIJ i in i.i . i both fneth m ENDORSE I! G. I P. CANDIDATE unloading I- worth ni 111' III U lis. ill sat opportunely "S'i M i -Tin Isfaction mind it version mil I admire the skill with l i . 1 1 it was arranged. It has pleaaed M. Oall laux tn transform criminal trial intn the trial of a political oauae. Bomehow. us the result of clrcum- -i incea " hloh eaoaped mv compre hension, wt reach this paradoxical issue thai Caltlaux oamoa out of the proceedlnga with oertlflcatsi of dis-; Interested patrlotiam." The Radical lender followed Ih" case with the oloaeat attention. Occa sionally he would l'k tenderly In the direction (if his wife with an en couraeiMt amtle or goatura Mn Kraull in a Dud, Twtoe dmiim the aeaatoD today Illi'll' Wi-lt- I-'.' null. n.' ii.f. ' ' .,, m I'l. ...in il .'i.i nut lie-'1'11 come M. CalHaux to endeavor to spoil the grava which his wife had made, the BK-promler sprang forward and) exclaimed! "Blnce I must take notice of what lawyer has .s.ml. I mii usit nun DIRECT COMMUNICATION WITH MEXICO Cli'Y IS MADE. Believe Rebel Chief Will Soon Enter Capital at Head oi His Amy. ncri grant all .mil nio wilt i usi) in pom- rsts, cxecuttona L'Xleo Cliy, , bojal will i ml tin coll- this If he will take personal responsibility for his words, win ii the uproar which thin utt. r- Chenu replied: I take the entire rosponalblllty Vim cannot menace me hi re." M. Caiilaux did imt Interpose fnr thr.T in the proceedlnga until Augusta Avtil, political editor "i the Figaro, in his di position, declared thai early in November, IBli, H. Calllaux hal atoppi d linn in the lobby of tho chamber and asked how much limn' r Calmctte was ning to continue 'n campaign, He gave an evaatve anhwer and m. Calllaux then aald to bun; I- a I iin k slmt. VICTORIA, Tamaullpaa, Mexico, July j. -Direct telegraphic commu nication between Mexico City and tleneral Carranxa, constitutionalist chief, was opened here today, iffi cora with Carranaa aald aftorwafd that ihe triumphal entry of the con stltuttonallata Into Mexico city and wlhout bloodahed la assured. Car ransa is here on route t" Tamplco. Qenerai Carranaa received a tele rram from Boules liomlngaes, iii Mexico City, asking for Instructions. Darolftgusg Huh i n Qoneral Car- ransa'a confidential agent In the i-ani- sinee thi- 1'i-KiiiniK uf tin- revolu tion, li" aisn anted a.s Intermediary dtuiiiK the Madera revolution, and it wan to him that Qenerai D.ai turned uM-r the government and the city during the time between his depart ure tor Europe and the entry of Fran cisco M uli i n General Carranxn's re ply tn Mr Uomlnguoa was not made public here. N tn I titer i 'afdtali Constitutionalist officials here ro gnrd it as certain that the prellmlnai) arrungomenta both through Ml Do mlnguec aud with commissioners Car Ibaja) is expected to appoint to confer with General Carranxa al Salt! Ho iii he brief, and thai the first chief will enter the capital at the head of his victorious troops with little delay. The opening of direct communica tion wan not unexpected here Con stttutlonalla officials assi-i-t thai Gen eral Carranxa already had received m- "Yu'i know I go every day to and ael a bull's The ex-premli r and demanded to I tin. witness. TIih am the eye I' raeli khol shooting Kai1 a every time, caped tu ins foe I a confronted with two stood facing each other at tin- bar. M. Oauiaux firmed i hat he had no r itlectii n ever saying such S IhlnR; M main' iln il w lth equal dot. . in ins exactitude uf his testimony. nully the two men withdrew and he matter resolved Itself Int i a ques tion "f n liability. A.s M. Calllaux left the court I I the close of the healing nir.nv hands were outstretched to him Ho si imed in in- deeply i hed by thera nninl- featatlona of sympathy and exclaimed in a volco shaken with real emotion: H I' I I'll lli el. il. "i sic i still hue S'ime fneiida left." A small crowd the main Knt' ,f tic to SOW M. ' Il"rmat!nn from diplomatic souroea y through his agent i In the United States that Carbajsl formalin had ex 1 1 pressed his. Inclination to turn over unconditionally no! only the reins of government and the city, but also the federal army, The newa of the open ing nf conunun'cation with tin- eanl- Avri Ital was communicated at once tn jnhn uliutiilt. Silliiiian. ri-.-slilenl Wilson' oar- nssentbled I hO I' 1 1 I ! outidde Of 1..S- isonsi represemauve witn uencrai ar ransa, I The Journey of General Csrrunxa to Tamplco was nm continued tods) be cause of the press of business, There was s gt neral feeling of rejoicing in-i-today as tfie Impmssion prevailed thai the fighting and bloodshed of the present movement In Mexico Is at an nd. it was understood thai every pre caution would taken by General Carranxa, as well a by t h.- authorities in Mexico City, to prevent disorder or i ul i -1 it. grave. ' I I SS nl I It) i i i ;. . lug point dined t - fOVl I'llllll Ing tu it assurancei i e i,ii holosalc un I I'onslitutionalista inter I mv isional i'rosliii ul i ' slttuUonallst advance. liufcl i- limiicst), The diplomatic repicsentativea ol Argentine, tlrusil and Cuilc, win I mediated Hi" i .t rnalmnal dispute be tween th.- i nited States and Mexico, have Indicated through Bocrotao Becretarj Hryan Ihetr belief thai a p aceful transfor "t authority i o i Id be i,l.-,iio(i lth little difficult) if an amnesty wore granted and proper huntanti ea niw n. Foreign complications are looming Up between Mexico and Kngland, l i. ii ii and Bpaln inU Kuropean cred itors generally who had float I re lations iith the Huona government. ICnglaud i.s preparing t" ask for satis l.ictlen for ihe ail ing ni iVtlllani S. Uenton, and France Is malting vigor ous protest ovey the killing of two French ottlsens at Kacatecas. Th Spanish government is - gio a that ihe Spaniards driven from Torreon nnd other points be reimburs d for Inolr ins'sv.v 'i he grievances "f iiiiki. 'i ntrlef are lodged against General Vil a particularly and Genera) Car rniiin's cslrangeinent With Villa has i a I, mil,, Ult for Ihe first i llll f I j alttmpl to sctt'.o them satisfactorily. Mo Indication of illa's attitude has come out, Imt reliable advices in the Ulllngt ni ' "Vernil i lit ale to the ofti ' i thai ills has been concen trail l. ii troops preparatory to mak ing vigorous demands on Carranxa. W.il Withhold In i u mm. ni. 'i'l V usiilngton adnilnlstratlon will iiisi.-.! thai ai amnesty he grauteu as the most logical step toward puace, ItecoKnuloii will b withheld until u pcaieful transfer of authority is ar ranged between t " conttltutlonallsts a in. the Carhn al government. Jus.- Castellnt. personal representa tive of Provisional President Fran cisco Carl'. i ..I tu treat with Carranxa would rea I a aatlafactor) agreennut, il. is relying chiefly on the Influence i f tho Amen- an government to pre vent further ii htlng, and bring about an amnesty. As sunn as the proposed conferences are h gun, it is under stood Carranxa will d elare an armis tice, linlll Jose Castellnt ami bhilllio Itabasa, he ul of the delegation tn'-h represented Ifuerta at the Niagara Fails mediation, declared today the C'atbaja! government wanted no pn Ittlcal sham in a new administration, 'i he nnl) thing," said Mr. itabasa, which tin- Carbajal government u. -sires s thai an amnesty for political offenders bi granted, and that protec tion be given tn the property ol ill Tin- government la perfectly willing tu transfer thn power entirely to General Carranr.a "i whoever th n- t.iiti tionatlsts may designate, if nm ncst) is not granted, naturally the ASKS PROGRESSiVES TO VOTE FOR A RE tJBLI CAN IN NEW VORK Deoll PH It Is the Only M au to Defeat Bosses in the Empire Itate Mill, T' lin . 'f il OVBTHIt I: A V , X. v.. 1 The tumlldaoy of ex-Sui itm Harve) i Hlnman of Binghanitu . fur t he gubernatorial nomination at ti e li. publican primaries, was endoraed In nigh) by Tlu'iiil ire It ell l n a formal atati men' Col i Ituosi i i ii alls upon "all kiiiiJ i ill phi . m matter what then parti iffil to Join in sniiuii uf i i n. iickei "the success of which wo Id mean thi overthrow of both Mr. Hitmen and Mr. Murphy." i n his statemsnl he se . I "i.i tins campaign i tn iin- Progress os "f tt a duty alsn in II " stale i ; In national polities, inal able, I shall endeavor I the suceesa of tho princlpl in the Progressive nation i nori tore i niiaii opposf t in ui ihe present administration regard a-s Oenii laJuniBUK i he I r a id I he intr a American peoulc "Hut in this slate Ihe prim d is for a guild citir.en's movement, a union movement to save the statu from tin- bi-partlnn control "f Messrs. Karnes and Murphy. In New Vorh state we ce al ' worst the d, velop ni" it of a system ..f bi-partisan boss rule. Tho nuti "i t this system Is necessarily that Invisible govern ment which the Progressive party in In rge n.i 1 1 l . "imled in nnnose. i" secure the oco I industrial reforms u pledged until this ii nl of the parly ' 1 i: li the alliance usinesa uml crooked I out of our govern- 1 1 ! 1 1 s in ! ind i"iu"i i ' -in railway, i Iti'd i in. l linlanej aald Ihwostern rallwa; mii Mi nhlancc, l nation and Nea ork. ir as I am strive fui embodied il platform. policies which I alike lo of the fur 1600,0110, A build i UOO stood ugalnsi the line n ofi nan refusi d, In said, l"ii latei Hw Mi Harg sold l he line i" i he Kuutlu foi uboul fi,500,000, wllh a ii "i ii ' i. in itod at 1,000,000 The Kuoxvllle ,v- Bristol railwi i Id to the Smith, in f..l nil, mill, I llllaney i aid. w is offered him 1 10,000, ami lie did nol bin bee in- did nut Hunk Hi.- Inn amount Mi. I ml. no I m r. foi llll I tin I II I: PEACE PROSPECTS REGARD ED AS BRIGHT IN MEX 1CAN CAPITAL Old Nemben of the Madero Con "less Are Ready to Begin Sessions'. a it snim 1 1 being an right in . i erti pel ilu nlei I nl length in thai .mil is iiiiiiii nulls, I.I, bull ul' Illi'll business," he i .,uiii" i -1 1 1 -f be granted 1 1 ssarj tor Indepi ndenl give up Ibeir efforts, meet such unfair condl- J ii. itnr.' a n stifle ihargi mi so , are r urinal i i : Mi ii i i i armisi .. i I., i , , -i and the coiistltu'li tonight and thaf Huspei di d al onre public, Was Ilu -i tniiiKhi by ton tapping i w as It Is impossil nomic, social n in which we a Invisible govern bosses, working be) w een crookei politics, Is rooti mental system-" Raid "V it will bi' III operators t" Tin y i mnoi tlulis. II. testified In- sold Hu- :i. nk Mountain ra 1 1 way, a ; hurt Iin th.' Black Mountain fli hi. tn tl gtnta a- Boulhwestern railway, a ' "in i"i -.villi Hi" i "-nl nl killer Inn. H, K M. llarg. pro thai the Umlsvllle A Nashvllli way .should I'm the use of Hi Tins was done, the witness aald, nreserve tvw. outlets to the suuih ids coal, Mr, Mi I hu g failed Jul) ! 2 Thai an tin' .government mullsbi was signed hostilities will iin Ihroughoul the ro- i int 1 1 given mil o n lOduaido Iturblde, "V em n ul i hi fedei il dlstl lot, In the name "f Pie idenl Carbajal, Governor Itiirnlde added thai t ha j pesos negotiations will be advanced ilium i b.isis uf '.ing full guarantee : in e or) bod) . i be ii ai 1 .ship Bouth ' 'arollna, is to wh i her foi ce la to !" i in- Am. i lean pn ernmenl has ferred Heports from Cape I ail to Hood ai iniig onl) have military forces in hi a warnings of rmnonl that fight bin dispatches lu ll Kberle uf the i ai Puerto Plata, i i"'l iin failure uf Him refused in Hi" American go1 ing should ce ii ". night 1 1 '.in 'apt cruiser Washing!, Sua luminal, 1 1 n I lomlnlcan Vlr under .f the iding i ni line. tu fur MHXICO CITV, pei ts for i" " " gi a lth Hu announci ranis sources in th July If. 1 a brighter i n ni from apltal Hint in advi t X Was gavi now elar . oal south condltl uf Hi ver v Hi" been i so fi "in Is nirri emont, I angry w In n infornta lion arranged, Ml the L a N Hu- l;la, k M Ihe I. a- added, ami Mi liability Kates have Dulune) do cannol move iiintaln field il it uiillu ARREST KANSAS MAN HERE 'f t ! Wanted in Hutch Mortgaged August Layman, Hutchinson, Kan., n ing sold a pial a ivas held by a n plai e, nmi ) esterd i teutlve Han Band, the Tulsa dt'tentliii .'-on hu' Sl'llillW I 'I'l M'I't . M Ilu i.s wanted in ii a charge of hav- hlch a i tgaga nililn firm uf llmi arrested by le is tie is held ill i prison awaiting r east ft l balling in tlx I, & X number of filmilai introduced by Mr, ii of liis coutentloi M Iddlesboro, a Hack Mountain III field bj was slat I mill Hi hi il 'Ii Ills ey In Inter. h ar- I Kouauons t"i tin. iransier uf lln gov- rnmi nl i" tl nstitutlonallsts I wei e proi eeding fa- i ably. The same hopeful view was taken by federal offli nils ami it a ler- si l Oiiieral Carranxa has agreed tu I .' g' nera I umnest) . t he chief nolnl for w in' i. i'l ..'. .. ii.ti.it President Fran clseo i '.ii li i i ,i n..H been i ontendlng. I The Ihree hundred men in the ad- aiu v gun i . of i leneral A Ivars i itire i gun's elghl thousand oonstltutlonal sta an ..i Tula, an hour'a ride from . the capital, and the remainder of this .army is neur (fueretaro, 120 tulles to ;iin- north, where n is assembling for i pi i ' "fui ad ance on M.-xi.-.. i "it v. General Gbrngon, a staunch sup porter "f General V'enustlano Car rant .. prohnbl) will be i li- first con stltutionalisl commander to arrive here, ami his fur... is I ... 1 1. ... i,, i. NO WORD OF ARMISTICE U'aslilngton lln-lteMirtod " rift from 1 1 utch that place. He without requl- the arrival "f in.snti to return him slat is thai he will altlon naliers. Bhi riff i. i ' Bei k of Hutchinson Is . xiiecti .1 here toda Chief of Police I X. limns aas last night in receipt nf a telegram from Beck, stating that Hoard Nolliing gl i eini'iit . July ::.'. No "ffi of -I. ffb ient to Insure Internal disorder bandits now scth - The Impression Hu- Huerta congr ABIH NGT N eial advices concerning the announce ment from Mexico City thai an armis tice bed been signed between federals again ami Hmt Ihe i ll, ilnliil ul uf the members gi I ss. the capital against or attacks by In th" south prevails hers that SS Will nOl meet the next session in dep ni' s will in- thai uf tbe Madero con- atli mpts to 'ttle the revolution ny atptomac) The Nil pi i n.i iimt.-i of the Legalists party has refus .t lo enter into nego "at a with the Dominican govern- ineiu Secretary Danlela decided today thai the additional lao murines to be Heat tu Guantannmo, Cuba, for sarv lee iii Haiti wot. Id I..- embarked from Norfolk, Va., Saturday on the trans port Hancock, m-w en route to It.imii ton Roads from Guantanamo. There an- now more than UOO marines at Quantani .run American warships in Hailien and Gomlnican vvatirs Itelnforoementa oould ba drawn from Vera Crus and Mexican uulf j Waters. There ure nnw .some ll.iiuu marlni a under General K id I command, and nearly another thou sand could ba gathered from the war , ships. Many Haltlen rebels were exec u tad at Caps Haltlen today after govern ment foroea hii nefeated .'.i"i revolu i liiinists in n twi -hour street battle. The rebels enters I the town earl) to day before the garrison was awake, Kolsnis Were Kepulsod, Captain itussi ,,f the battl. ihip ! Bouth Carolina reported the affair by wtreiesa to the nav department His , dispatch s.ini ii - govet anient troop si numbei ing i lo, repulsed the at tack with a lus-i .,f eight nu n killed, i Tin teb. ls. afl. r having III killed, fled In disorder. Mai.) sought refuge in , houses, r i ..in win, I, tin y were dragged fur execution i 'aptaln Russell's report follows: "At :i o'clock this morning the rebel forces, al. u I Strong, under tin- leadership of Charles Baluavo, by a sun march galrud an entrance Into i 'ape llaitipn before they were dis covered The go, nnmenl troops, con sisting of about 4oii men, were con centrated m ar the il uf entry and successfully stopped the advance. 1 h faction -t ""I its ground and rapid and unit i lous rifle firs mmm i ber. lajorlty uf Mailt ! 'on hlngi the Hoppi wear t,, i man. lirug ompany would in against Lay- iu depart. They , kd gave lilui n luti.mu 'heer. mm wiih a few hissos, A.', l'alllaux, ac companied by Deputy Pascal ' caldl, went tu the conclergerto nnd spent an hour with Ins wile. M. an- I whilo. on the opposite side of tho) palace, doss in the statue uf Henry IV un the pnnt NeUf, a small WU, waiting in vain tu see the ex-premlcr, begun tu dlSCOSS the ease and Boon cams tu blows, it required deter mined police Interference to lspersa tlie rioters. ould Not it ii Informers. Pierre Mortier, editor .. -in Ulaa contributed previous evidence as ic the overwrought nerves of Utna Call laux and to her knowledge inn the Figaro was sboui tn publish s'-im-tional revelations, lie was mil n "U by thiee other journalists, M. I u- itai'v editor of .in .lin e Republicans, Albert Ltvet, managor of the l. .dic ii, and Robert i .n. editor "f the Courtier Du Parlement, who de- elated that they bid been Infor I ihai the Figaro Intended tu publish other Liters after th" "Thy Jo" let ters, but when pressed by the pre aldlng Judge ami M. Chenu fur the names uf their Informants, they shel tered themselves behind Ul. pie, nf "professional sei recy." Witn esses follow id each other in rapid succession, Tin- distinguished H' "utist. ran I Palnleve, declared he had been told by th.- l.i'iker. Osston Dreyfus, that the Figaro was going to publish a number of prlvati let ters. L.un Ballby, editor nf Intranet- gewit, related how M Calmette had n I' Tivi H'oil un Itosrd a SHAW NEK HI u, Ji lard Taute, 2n. "I tills i Rock Island li.iin mine from I Ik lahoma 1 1 -mi I had ISSUED ROWE REQUISITION REFUGS SxiLL THERE lieen had I ge In t hu Train Iv -Rein. city, died on while coming My, wini" in and Wai the su far ..s in Mcxici raid the thai full be gl . "II lull III utionallsts had reached late tonight Members "f inar) Junta declared thai kll.-W I llel ' w is li" "lie in sign i no arth le v They interpreted the statement guarantees of safely would to everybody as meaning Hu i n congressmen sanction uf assemble ami Idenl tu sue- bold off II. Hi i seek employment, The ii a atudi in at a busim t but "iu tu flklahi i k for " "i k lie became ill re Now I I- lTost snada. in i dmonton, to I iKLAHi IMA CITY, July ::' -Gov. I erimr Cruos today issued a requisition fur Eugene Smith, alias Douglss Itowe, who slu t and wounded Bd Rice, a Tulsa policeman, on May is I of this ye n- Smith has been located ni d is now- under arrest In Edmonton, ''inula i i.i n stem.. Berttllon ex Pert, mitt located in Tulsa, has gone In Canada tu bring Smith back Siege I has left fur Washington) where he will present the extradlHon papers tn , tin united states officials, where fur i inai request on the Canad'an authori ties will be made for Smith, it Is said tint Smith shut th" Tulsa policeman When the latter was trying tn arrest him, Smith has been traced eaten -lively ou r the country, and h is trav eled over n-arlj ail ..f (be north and northwest, finally landing in Edmonton, TO SEEK A NEW TRIAL Refuse to l'a Exliortbtanl Rati Leave Mexico. PUERTO MEXICO, July 22. The unwillingness nf tin- Mexican political refugees lu re to pay what they re gard as an exorbitant price fur a steamship tn take them tu Jamaica lias resulted in their still being here tonight. They probabl) will finally I. .v. Puerto Mexico as Individuals, despite Hi" tact that many nf them are insisting that they all will stiek together and choose some other route from Mexico than the one which in cludes Vera Crux The steamer Buenos Aires -vi 1 1 have tomorrow forenoon on her regular schedule f"t Europe by way of Vera crus. Dr. Ignacio Alcocer, minister of tin- Interior in the Huerta cabinet and a fi others of the exile-i, will take passage iiii her. nil. 'Ity when he boarded Hie train in come home and had m ! assisted, hut his Illness was not ;.i the time though' In be nf a CI 11 il Hat, lie. LTH Frisco steel Haven Hie l i I u km New I the tr i mi . a hu aeseri eo i nem. I VlMOO lo l,a Heai I Mis I. 'HER, Okla., July fZ The la prep 1 1 Ing to lay 80-pound tails between Jones City ami port, w hlch w ill fill lb. gap of nl In this part of the slate still g the I., tt.-r grade nf track, atlas! is being distributed along a.-k and when the new steel Is i laid j pruv tin id. light nf w. Will be ini- otnos l'p July 2f. t" secure nnd Guy ett.' urf.iir at elte affair Ht friends, saying bis pock et boo s me pi n Mine Madeleine i i'li'lcma rd. a long friend nf Mine CalllaUX, dinner uf n dinner of a as he rep I d "I always keep one never knows what may few few it In it on bap llfe-Whn (Continued on Page TwoJ Vim kenttr anil linker set in Hoptcmbrr. BARTLBSVILtJS, okla. An efTnrt is being made ne wtrials fur Joe Baki r , Mocxeuaie, serving Uf.- sentmiees in ont n with the murder of Chat lea Ti Router, a prominent Tulsa attor ney. Which ease was one of th" most ai tidnal m east side criminal of. talis. loliti R. Charlton of l artl's. villi and Ben Thompson of MpUlpS, who i ave bseen employed far the beys, will present the matter to tbe rlm- inal court "f appeals in September. Mrs Reuter, wife uf the dwid man, was tried as an sccomnllee. but win in -I'ltti'd. She Inter married a man in Tulsa. trmj ffalrs t num-d i imforenco. LONDON, July 22 The Morning Post says it has reasons tu believe .'lie f ihe causes which determined the calling of tbe home rule conference wag a sc-nes of recommendations from th" army counclL representing that a grave mllUaty situation might arise from .nil war In Ireland. It adds mat it understands alo that the i. tie s speech t.. tho conference con talned references to matters not strictly Irish, which, with the consent of the conference) were omitted front Ihe publish, d report uf the speech. t iiinnist panera Are Uloomr, LuNDdN, July The Unionist morning papers take a Klootny view Of Hie prospects of t lie home rule conference. They assert that yester- iy s meeting showed that an agree ment on thn exclusion iUestlon was impossil. lo and they expect the con- Knce to ba broken up today. Fresh Air Fund For The Babies. Villi V'ti i , given uiven yet tn tin- Imvs!, u thought tn iin Aii' Fund! babieH wl hi no .1 iii mi know thai tliet eti'titiou home ; cl cart In fore they In I you like tn li inn! uappineHN ni these tititnrt uimti- in theae queatioiu for yourself ami it' there' en 1X1 ire now nearly n doen 1 1 lildreti who had bo home r were placed therel play a small part in aaatit'ing the intal a 'Imp i limit r luivv of human kiudtieHS an amount, no inatti Havi Ha vi help! I),. 3 in tlu d parental Wouh future hcall Answer of Chriatiaiuty in you, a suirk your make up, you will send in small or how large, today . lesterday two Btore araifg were given iucoot it ;h i ". Their mother arrived here degtitute ami tin; little t t - were t ii k -ii to police hoado,uarterg, Later in the daj Humane Agent Welch took the balins out to the detention home, whore, under the shade of lun. trees, and iii cool air, ney will im given h better home than they ever had in their lives. Wouldn't you like to help theml Previously reported IJfili.Sd Pat nnd Btutter g'rjg Total to date ,...16fi38 t , llll I I . r '. 1 1 1. . SI... lissolved b) Huerta last fJcto- St. Michael and Bellalre, opened up wiin aniuery. Tins had a de- morallslng .flu i th.- reb.-ls and a disorderly retr at was begun, The fbels left their dead and wounded un the fl.-ld an I many threw awav their arms. Tin- fighting lasted about two hunts Th l it. si infol m.ition ems Hie killed as :i i m, h, revolu tionists' si.b and eight on th" aide nf i In- gov . rumen! I an. unable to as certain tin- num'ssr nf wounded, 'Between -"" troopa arrived t ership "f Codlo. an estimate nf the number tlonlsta uotslde a.- they are scattered "i 'ape Hatten is riulol tonight After the tight tin- morning a proclama tion was published b) the government Stating that a number uf the reb.-l forces, which mlmd entrance Into the town last night, were known to I." hidden la buildings Inside the town ami thi whosoever should harbor or fail t deliver over such. persons .should, upon discovery, suf fer death. Till rebels Were dlSCOV- ' red and shot. Some estimate the number as high as SO, but thai num ber Is n "t Mderi I ri asonable." .- re In i e a w-aii Ing General Carranxa i elect a provisional I Carbajal and a general election. Dissolution of th. is considered unneci "l office of Hu- Madero congressmen win m.i terminate until September J'i. n. ict. H Is probable the obi congress will proceed as though its delibera tions never had been Interrupted, in spiie uf fighting during tin- l ist f.-v days between tin- federals, a p ported h) tin- capital police, ami the rebel bands which have been attack ing Hi'' small luwns Just south "f Mexico City, n pital apparently Is undisturbed. Cttlsens appear to reel confident that the revolution is over ami thai tin- transfer uf authortt) merely Is a question nf del. ill. Huerta's last ad before he em- balked at I'm riu M'M"u yesterday tended tu strengthen thi- feeling. The former dictator telegraphed to the governors of the various states un der federal control, urging them to recognise Provisional President Car bajal and 1. 1 give him every aid In terminating bloodshed Pari of the famous Twenty-ninth regiment, which escorted Huerta to ih.- coast, returned t" Hu- capital t.. I day it was announced officially thsl , ibe remalnde of th" regiment would Larrlve late today. Garcia Naranio ex-minister nf nub-1 nnd th" last in. mliet . and all mp .'inn government under the lead- uf Whom Wefe TROTTED FAS-TEST MILE I'oiir-Yi CLEVr i i lid ai I, AM Mail" (In a M nk H" Instruction uf the Huerta cabinet to leave, si North Randall I ' s tn -ivi, tit i ii. int s RIGOTHV flat t- Sn t I Ku an- llll- III- ltm. ' w hi. otd trott. r In ord for i I r li Islimnn, in Itefei ring i. ll'mie It'ib -li il. xnitF' U.K. Va., Jul) .' tn his nnal nunress before the blennhil Ventlon of 'he Ancient ' 'r.ler of hen-lsns here tod Pn rident James J 'iegan reviewed tbte political slt'iii- 11 m In Ulster. "V few Intolerant spirits have been waging i bitter Kew Onh-r in Uklahoma. palgn HKiiln-t holm, rule," he s;,., OKLAHOMA CITV, Jul) -'-' "arousing wherever possthts rncial order of the sisters ol thi Bh prejudices and religious bigotry." Sacrament, for Ind ia and ..i The military tnam h uf t rd.-r leople, with headquarters in Pennayk. aubmltted a repor recommending the anla. and organised in v;4, filed in- raising of funds fur the "cause' in corporation papers with tin. secret ry I re lend. of state tv,ia and appointed Frank In his statement on the general Fsrrfier of Oklahoma Clti as state Condition of the order I'- rtdefll Re. representauve. Th. neeMdenl Of the Ran asserted It w . lining more organisation is Catherine M Hi '. powerful iis a preserving agent foi nut the secretary Katharine .:. . - tbe safety uf the republic." nor it is one of the oldest an i best The Juvenile rommlttee of tin rdel own institutions of the kind in the reported u tnembershlp of I, too. leountiy. Thn ..