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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 26 August 1906

TULSA DAILY WOMLB VOLUME 1, NO.. 280. TULSA DAILY WORLD, TULSA, INDIAN TERRITORY, SUNDAY, AUGUST 26, 1906. The Russian Anarchist Who Dropped the Bomb He Was Carrying at the Stolypin Reception Yesterday, Went the Usual Way of the Class Who "Didn't Know It Was Loaded' ASSASS1NA1 AT PETERSBURG DASTARDLY ATTEMPT TO MUR DER PRIME MINISTER. section 3 of the tariff act, champagne excepted, the president 's proclamation and t lie Spanish decree making this agreement effective soon will be issued. It is expected that the arrangement will become effective Septemhr 1 in both countries." FEDERAL OFFICERS ACCOMPLISH SEVEN WHISKEY PEDDLERS CAUGHT DENIES THE ALLEGATION. 28 DEAD; 25 WOUNDED ; Murderers Comimtted Deed While a Public Reception Was Being Held. Stolypin 's Daughter Dead. St. Petersburg, August 2."). Twenty-eight "ersons are dead and twenty- four are wounded as a result of a das tardly attempt to assassinate Premier Moiypin with a homo while he was holding a pnblic reception at his conn...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 26 August 1906

1 THE TULJJA DAILY WORLD. SUNDAY, AUGUST 26, 1906. DEL PARKS SHOT. j never be mine.! by I he or.lir.ary pl.tcer i ni.'thiil. Hut tin- err a .irr.ljf boat-.' Tom Dyer Shooti Fello Gmbler In ( Montana an.l IVru have u--'!-1 Brodwiy Saloon. ' t lint the n,e mit'lil 1 Ma). on, a Cit. (iLl.i. Amlmi.i -'I lire Wi-f. tl ,..o i ....... ., In the :iU.n ,M 11 North Kroa.Uav. I !y tl.cre woul.l not be tlii least dunlin I,-, ,y Wrt.l,. Sn,, T-fii Ier . trouble in o.ranio' tlirm. t,l they t tfi. "VI. rk l.i-t iiij;l.t. .hot a fellow ..ul. j my. rtni if' tin- .iirt ran only "ail, hi. -r. I . I uU. if till1 left f !. ' -'I;.- !l mi !l r.It ll cf i.;r cent to tl,.' t. Parks a a:'t.-r sLootmif Inn. in the r yur.l. fi't. l. r ::m,.iuh-.-.! i..f,i,,n ( ,., m .M;a! .p.uititir. hat lone kill l.iir.. hut .s .irv,i,t,-, fr,n ,j. Mt! known to it in the NVMta in w. by Wa.l.- Scr. tli.- kalik.n , rner in Oklahoma anl in o-n.e of tlie man, h.. I . k lrr' tin auav fn tn h.ir of the Cr.a.ha:i an.l the Arkan lii...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 26 August 1906

rnnnrn UVUZAiUUVJ s re C. J. VfffffffffffffffwWffWWTWW THE WORLDS MARKETS Special to the World. Stock Yards, Kansas City, Mo., August 23. Run of quarantines this week has contained more medium to common steerg than usual, and prac tically nothing above the fair to good class, top for the week $3.85, most of the steers at $3.35 to $3.00, the latter the top today, a good many inferior light weight steers at $2.65 to $3.15. Steers have ruled about steady for the week, but cows are 10 to 15 cents lower in the last two days. Some heifers sold at $3 the first of the wek, and most of the cows at $2.45 to $2.80, but to-day the cows are selling at $2.80 to $2.70, anners $1.75 to $2.25, bulla $2 to $2.25. Veals are scarce, and a quar ter higher, mixed and light weights .$4.50 to $8.50, the latter the top to day and highest price for more than a month. Total supply in four days is 324 cars, an increase over last week, also more than the same week s year ago. The impression is grow ing that the...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 26 August 1906

'''$wV), 'fit 'i-Ki tex rruk tL3.i v&ur sttdat. Arorsr i iwt The Tulsa Daily World J O. HUkt Editor ar-d 0t OS m 5mu P.k.csv. T"Siird St-. 7er-4i.--e S. E ni-i xwic-t u .: I TWO TO CST CJT EWL JVtr-.;:.. at.2 iw Ca!.a.'".At rc.f.( Tj SiiOfT Wer1 ut K"-u Ew- jom a: :i r-,.:x . ji fct "i m ..-. :u.i T-ii-ii i tn LeanJl :t r.:. i..t V -- t-- :'.., t vni..?'i i ia'i. ; at ih:icu. ; ?it. Jtuum i:. '.'fir .. f.nw MtKai. ft T. J.wi.r. . . "i : i .awtii.t l.i't ! n.o li: . L-.K-i J ;r'C..i 1 kt 1. tl r .'.i 1 flit rate J I . tu ci.l ! k,ik"1 : . i .;- . f : : rat If V BiM. 111' k1 u-kr-..a i.-k SEEKS A BLONDE Fattewc n. v To P.4. a at-xni IU BiHW. iu.it or srtctimos tkj'J.kIl H .!tj. . ty CkTTHt ... I .It I"-?, . nxc ia. t'j tajrat a ImJj, r1- -? ana. - - - - t ' 7 EI SEAXS Of TEt TTLiA FCLZTE tt sl.kri t.-wry; : : j.k kri..i i.i- u :e'i: f !i "iif :n fj.a a. ja.- . f V! it-.', .-rj ij. it ?. .-a li-i i ;.: ' )iti -. t j.nC fore r ni;:rt.itj r e ?C f ? wliA a; tr lj'r Tm ;i jk u; ! :in ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 26 August 1906

THE TLSA DAILY WORLD. SUNDAY, AUGUST 26, 19C6. 8 TULSA REPUBLICANS MAKE A BIG HIT AT COLLINSV1LH The fallowing account of tin re cent Republican meeting in taken from this week' issue of the Collinsville. Times: Tlie bund started the ball to rolling uhout eight o'clock p. in., by pluying some stirring pieces and a crowd soon gathered at the opera house where the speaking as held. T. I. Taylor, chairman of the local republican club, introduced the speakers, the Hin't one being Mr. Sawyer, who made a few Introductory remarks He was fol lowed by Mr. Meserve, who made one of the best and cleanest political snee dies we ever heard anywhere. Mr. Meserve gave a history of the republi can party from its birth to the "res ent time," and showed that the repuhli can party had always been on the right 'side of every important economic ques tion that has come up during that pe riod, lie showed that democrats of the south are opposed to free trade and compared the prices of farm pro ducts during ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 26 August 1906

7 V 1 , .wLw'.l. , ; , j ' THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. SUNDAY, AUGUST 26, 1906. 1 1 IN TULSA'S CHURCHES Services tiimorrow, lit which stranere in the city are welcome. The doors of th Lord's Houho are ever open. Trinity Episcopal Church, ! a. m. Sunday school. 11 a. m. Morning jra it ami ser num. t H . in. Service of wing ami short flildll'MS. llvinii, "Ancient of Idiys." "(iloriii," J. f. Marks "Magnillciit" in ! .1. ('. Marks "Nunc liiniillis," Lnngiloii Hw "Sun of My Soul." llvinn, "Tlic Morning l-ighl Is Brcnk W." OITcralory, seleclions from "The Crn- cillx,"'hv Sir. .. Slainer. (a) "The Agony." (h) "(lci.1 So Loved Hie World." rresentalio Senlence, "All Tilings rome of Tliee. 0 Lord." Ilyniii, "N'ovv t lii Day Is Over." 1 1 v 1 1 1 1 1 , "On Our Wnv Rejoicing." .1. K. McOAIfVKV, Hector. The Methodist Episcopal Church. (ISoulilcr mnl ftli. Sunday school nt 0A!i a. m. , Preaching nt 11 n. m. Claws meeting nt 12 m. Junior League nt 3 p. m. F.pworth League nt 7 p. m. Preaching nt 8 p. n...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 26 August 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WIELD. SUNDAY, AUGUST 26, 1906. XXXXXOOCX)OOOOOCXXXX)OCa3 0OOOC0CXXXXXXXX)O0OOO0OO0O The World Want Department The World Regularly Publishes a Larger Class ified Department than All Other Eastern Territorial Papers Combined. One Word, One Week, One Cent. No Ads Accepted For Less Than Twenty Five Cents. World ads work wonders. World ads work wonders. The World Gets the Ad vertising Because It Always Brings Results. The Want Department Tells You the Story of the Circulation. Latest and Most Fashionable TAILORING THE WORLD WANT ADDS. ARE LITTLE MESSENGERS AND TEEY FIND YOUR FRIENDS AT HOME. TRY ONE AND SEE LOW YOU GET A REPLY. ON AO COUNT OF THEIR PROMPTNESS AND RELIABILITY THEY HAVE WON OUT IN THIS MAD RACE F OR WEALTH AND ARE WELCOM ED VISITORS IN THE HOME OF YOUR FELLOWMAN. ooocxooooooooo O All Want Ads must be in by 8 0 o'clock to get in the classified O columns. 0OOOOOOtOC9OOOOOO FOR BALE. FOR SALE Several hundred pound of eitrht-point face Century Expanded type, d...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 26 August 1906

THE TUL8A DAILY WORLD. SUNDAY, AUGUST 2. 1906. t t IN THE BASE The Indeeinleiil bull team nf TuUu will cross bats hi Athletic I'urk lln afternoon with Sapulpa. The Sapul pun will Im' here n hundred strong, mi. I nu exciting cutest i existed in alien. I, as this is the fiiM L'aiiie sinee the ilisliuiiilniiMit f the S.mlh (Vnlral league. The following i the line (irnlih. ealeher; Uuye, pitcher; Hrad shaw. first base; (Vey, second base; Smith. sh"it Mop: Selhy, thir.l base; Scanlon, left tiehl; Snieilley. eeiiler Held, nii.l Van ri-ht field. I'mpire Myers. The came will be called promptly at ;t:l o'clock. AMERICAN LEAGUE. : At Washington. Vrst ame: R H ,E Wsnliinutoii " ' riiiea'.-o " 0 Hatleries; Ilii.'hes ami Warner. V.'alsh. F. Smith aii'l Sullivan. Second pame: R H K Washington 4 " Chira,'. " " Halteries; I'alleii ami Wukelicld. While, l'atterson ami Sullivan. At Philadelphia. The score ; R II K I'hiladclphia 4 l.i I m n.ii :i :t Hatteries: Ovtrert. Waddcll ami Srhreck. Donovan and...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 28 August 1906

I ilMJL If w Ok VOLUME 1, NO. .280. TULSA DAILY WOULD, TULSA, .INDIAN ... TERRITORY, TUK3A3f,-rAU3ClT 48, 1906. The Dozen or So of Democratic Aspirants to the Nomination of Constitutional Delegate, Decline Id Connect Gmmodore Nelson's Forced Boom with the Crimpy Atmosphere RUSSIA TOSSES FORTH A BONE 4,500,000 ACRES OF APPENAGE LAND DISTRIBUTED. SITUATION IS URGENT Ukase Gazetted Without Waiting for Final Terms of Payment Being Provided. St. Petersburg, August 27. A dis tribution of the crown anpenages, the first part of the administration's ag rarian program, by which it in hoped to win the peasantry to the support of the government at the coming elec tions, was put in effect today when . an ukase was published transferring 4,500,000 acres of apnenage lands mentioned in the Associated Press tel egrams August 23, to the peasants banks' for distribution' to the pea sants. The urgency of the situation is such that the ukase which was sign ed the day of the attempt on the life of Premie...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 28 August 1906

XBS VSJl DMVt VQBUi. WOULD LEASE MINESAL LAND SCHOOL FUXD IS LOSDfO GOOD SOURCE Of REVENUE. A5KS FOR AN OPINION Leasiaf of Lands Referred to Law D epartment Valuable Cleve land land. Guthrie, Okla., Aug. 27. Much in terest is being manifested in regard to what action the Oklahoma school land board in going to take on the leasing of school lands for mineral purposes, and a flood of letters U being received by Kred L. Wenner, secretary of the Vard. The state hood bill provide that these lamU shall be leased by the state govern Kent, and the wording f the provi sion has nested doubt ax to whether the leasiuir ran le done by the ter ritorial official before statehood. The matter baa been referred to Attorney General Cromwell for a decision and haa also been taken up with the de partment at Washington. "The technical wording of the en abling act might be construed to mean that only Mate officials should lea.se the school lands for mineral purpose," aaid Mr. Wenner, in dis cussing the mat...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 28 August 1906

ttm me irc txrwDAT, ivwvt is, hoi. fence, if it sqoealel lonf and jr aurtetitly, every othr pig elose by me op and bit it?" . He aufrhed tone nor and repeat ed: "It 'a of no one to be the pig enht in the beardi and be bitten r eqnealia." When an Indian wishes to Bisks a tiint be oses a simile. Tbia ia kis ry. "If a tree ia wanted to grow veil, plant it in none pleee and let J) alone. Transplanting it harts it. And there you baTe the condition with tho Indian today in the terril lory, and how he will meet the atatehood proportion. Take, for in stance the Indian in fact by that I piean the general Iadien. He does not want to know English, to apeak the lanfruapre. That is why he is not learning it. He does not want to be encroached upon by the modern complicated form of government, the one in which laws are supreme. What is the white man's present day oath? Is it not mado a farce of, and a hol low mockery? With the Indian the worrlH, 'I will' were sufficient. That he regarded above eve...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 28 August 1906

TIE TTTUA PAfl.1 tYOaXD . TCE5DAT.A- AUGUST 28. 1906. The Tulsa Daily World J. It. MWAIlY .. Editor 4 0wMf 0.TW- in Smman BuiMir:. Third Street, Telephone No. Sit aiervd m the Tulsa IVwtornV aa second rkut matter. mats or .fUBscmrno.N. Dur.jpt Monstay. cm wwet'by omtr. , I .It DaUy, oM bmul cy nw Daily, om year, by tuad. AXftdrKCEA Of OIXAHOaU A :he IVmorrary's ft -hi ajTiit prohibition and the run paixu fund, juM as Ihry have guessed that perhap the Okahoman 'a trenuou advocacy of the saloon taut mat be Ant in Kn measure to the fat beer and whiskey aJ vertisvnienlt earned by that organ.. Of course, however. these are mere bane insinuation, unworthy a moment's thought. Others wuuder if the school bonk trust k putting Dp for any of S expenses, or if the peerless F. J. Gidding when he appear on the stump for the iVnoeruta divest himself, fr that length of tint, of hi character a at- (.SO , turoey for tha book trust in Oklahoma. ' "7-f Other stilt wonder why railrVad 'atiornerr Uke Ray...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 28 August 1906

THE TJUA DAILY TUESDAY 'AUGUST' IS, ltM. RIVALS ALLEGE ; ': THING IS FIXED SOCIETY ITEM IS CREATING A; . ',: SOBBING INTEREST. V '. " if BUTTERWQRTH-GUBSER Rujnor of .Combination-in Oklahoma Beauty. Contest, Creep Out on . Candidates! ' In the puWtahW'-aMountof ' the .-".' ta&& J ':. Uii K..T"7"tr"y " " . ' ' ' w V" Pl!'teAWni)crra f Ken Oklahonlan beauty contest, observers cdy 4 ier4tf, Broken Arrow, s have fancied they found, grounds, for wages for services rendered from, belief mdeal. between Candidates .Innuary 1, 11)04 to January 25, the Butterworth and Gubser of this city, ' following year. , . as against the other dozen or so can- ' ,M. C, .Ocerpne .p ..the, defendants, didates in the lists.' ' It is believed' is the husband of the plaintiff. She that .the judge, and attorney have asked $300, which was hotry contested .formed aoombiflatimv and that when by J. W, Kcnltfdv. 'the other defend rit.is seen, one b too 'far in the Jeadont, who was represented, by the law to ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 28 August 1906

W MM icui ukt vdcza. tttmdaT. Accwr n. p IV ! ! ' 1 i ,i - WILD AXD WOOLT ARIZONA Wkere Itrw art PUytil aed R- f tleaaakes laterfere Witt ate. tie the plain everroce is cppJ kcrMtcaa. Whea hore I eVre-i me I akd if it beki '(, do; kee a " p-synu etJ i kn tht id cf piayfain : ia boi Jcre-t ead ece!udeJ to; U4 into tV particular hraad of Uicir .f J by thst b.rse before ' awaits: him. I aaa fcJ.J I did. 1 1 shrd Ik "fitj-fs! st rrt" per-. formaaee, aad if tW F-.T .would r:e to be en that Wk b8 he wa roa about kis Mt fnerd cra--k on r aui f f?vi ir. aad im bed Hit cte p t-.r.f cp ia Km;... t.:r.krt va tie prairie t3er tV f'i.- S-?rr.s'.e 1 l-d wit a fa r t. k: irrjrr.K h-.l or.e tr.: a 1 a rii:.7 r.r V! o; t.-. rr.-v a r:.. or.iir n m r l. Karl: sr.. '.Km: rv.v: :a ti .li ft'.:: r5- ;rd '-" tyT" jrt fr.i to ry ay v ts rk i.- ia Ar- e ; a rr".evr ; Vd Eta tie f as A-t IO ILf ti4t ti v Vre it br.J axt'. i' i a" Lalf a t '- il ft t'ji of a k.: Jv. ' f Kt r .vt:a f r lit rrv.it - VTf "tri i...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 28 August 1906

1 TS3 VOJUL lVlCff TUBMUT, kVQVWt It, 1904 OOCOvXXOOOO(XCCXXXXJCC oooooooooocxxxxxxooocooooo The World Want Department The World Regularly Publishes a Larger Class ified Department than All Other EasUrn Territorial Papers Combined. One Word, One Week, One Cent. No Ads Accepted For Less Than Twenty Five Cents. World ads work wonders. ' World ads work wonders. The World Gets the Ad vertislngBecauseltAlways tlrlngs Results. The Want Department Tells You the Story of the Circulation. i atcbt and Most Fashionable TAILORING THl WORLD WANT ADDS. . ARE LITTLE MESSENGERS AKD TEEY FIND YOUR FRIENDS AT HOME.' , TUT ONE AND SEE OW YOU GET A REPLY. ON AO COUNT OF THEIR PROMPTNESS AND RELIABILITY THEY HAYB WON OUT IN THIS MAD RACE P OR WEALTH AND ARB WELCOM ED VISITORS IN THE HOME OP : YOUR FELLOWMAN. 0OO00O0O00000 O All Want Ads must be ia by 8 O o'clock to get in tie clautfed O column. 0 OOOOO0OOOOOOtOO fOR SALE. FOR SALE Several huudred poundg of eight-point face Century Expanded type, direct ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 28 August 1906

IN THE BASE The game of ball scheduled to take place Sunday between Tulsa and Su pulpa was called olT on account of the train being too lute to admit of fluiwh before the sup-wr hour. The Frisco, whu'h ia supposed to Ret here at 2:55 in the afternoon, performed ita utmul Ntunt by pulling in about two hours behind time. A Rood crowd had con gregated at the park, and the major ity stayed until after Ave o'clock. When no team showed ir by that time they grew ilnnntient, and were given back their money. A game wa asked by Kupiilpii for today, but at a late hour last night no arrangementit had been made for the tonin to go down, Abmit one hundred Hupiilpiins were here Sunday to nee the game. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. i rj . kit Kansas Oity. J lie score: KniisiiN City CrjuinhuH Butteries: Crutcher H II K (I l 4 7 ID- 0 Leahy. and Fliiherly and Ryan. ) At St. Fanl The acore: St Paul Indiannpolis , J!ntteries: Single und Cromley and Holmes. R TI F. 3 11 3 8 1.1 1 Drill. At Minneapolis The score...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 29 August 1906

TUILSA EMILY WOMJD) TOLX7iai,ira8i. TULSA DAILY WORLD, TULSA, INDIA TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1901 Wen Intervewd Ycstrdy on the Subjekt Uv the KoreKt Spelin l)v Briunz Parte Akordin tu the FonetikSistm Prezdnt Rozvlt Sed He wuz "Deliid" an then He Anserd: "Mud" HEARST JABS JEROME AND MURPHY SCORNS NOMINATION BY DEMOCRACY THE WEATHER. WILL RUN FOR GOVERNOR ON INDEPENDENT TICKET ONLY NEW YORK ROW BETTER Three Democratic Leaden in Gotham Tight Each Other Ferociously, Worse Than the Tulsa Mix-up. New York, Aug. 28 Williura Ran dolph Hearst said today in the course of an interview Hint lie will not be a candidate for governor at the next election on the democratic ticket, Hearst was asked: . "Woud you accept the nomination of the demo crats for governort" Hearst re plied: "No, I shall run only as the nominee of the Independent eague I have said that before, and I wish to emphasize it. Of course I should be glad of all the democratic votes I could get. ' The fact that 1 was an Inde...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 29 August 1906

V.I a-- I . .11 III r I;-: Viif lv Vv-' 1 - .. ft V. II f s CZAR AND EMPRESS TO ATTEND FUNERAL OF GEN, MIN St. Petersburg, Aug. 'JS. lu spite of th menace of active war terror ista against those hifc'h in authority 11 earnest intent of which was the slaying f acting governor general, Von Uarliarski, of Warsaw today, Emperor Nicholas and the Empress left the iilieller of the palace en closure at I'eterhof thia afternoon to attend the funeral mas over the body of General Min at I'eterhof eauip, a considerable diiitanrf from the palaee, but strict precaution for protection of the Imperial family were adequate and the eoverign i returned to the palace with incident. Several Grand Duke and delega tion from all regimente in the St. Petersburg diatrirt were present. The body of General Min will be brought to' St. Petersburg to-morrow on board a royal train over the Im perial line which ia used only in the journey of the emperor between St. Pteraburg and Peterhof, instead WORK OF TRAIN WREC...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 29 August 1906

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Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 29 August 1906

TU miA DAILI DrO&LD. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1906. The Tulsa Daily J. P. BRADY Office in Sraman Building. Third Street, Entered in the TutM I'ostoffice m TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Daily, except Monday, on week, by carrier... Daily, on monta. by carrier Daily, on year, by mail YESTERDAY AMD TODAY- In the fall of l!W3, two of Tulsa's rs, W. I. Reneau and IL R. ('line, Kt out some neat business cards, and on the back of the rar.lii had printed the following comprehensive alory if Tulsa, her progress and population at that time, and what they conceived to b her prospects for the futui-e: TULSA, 1ND. TKR. Han a Mipulatiou of 3,500. She ban the best natural resource of any town in the Territory, consisting of oil, equal to Beaumont, Texas gas, sufficient for any demand ; coal, brick shale and glass sand in abun dance. The fertility of the farming land tribut ary to Tulsa i unexcelled. The but residence town in the territory. Lot of ahade and plenty of pood water. With the railroads that ar...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
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