The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 171, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 13, 1909 Page: 1 of 8
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V U L U iViilj XXX.
EIGHT p/ GES.
BROUGHT TO BAY AFTER
\ ROBBING BANK A SEC-
Young Desperado Leader Shoots
Visitor at Eudora Bank,
Snatches Over $800 and Flees—
Is Overtaken Soon After Swim-
ming the Kaw River.
EUDORA, Kans., Nov. 12.—Driven to
bay by an armed mob, Earl Bullock, tlv
17-year-old bandit, of Lawrence, Kans .
who twice within the last month has
robbed the Eudora State bank, and
murdered a policeman and shot another
man, probably fatally wounded himself
In an attempt to commit suicide near
Bullock's attempted suicide followed
his second robbery of the bank here to-
day and his shooting of Fred Starr,
cashier of the Kaw Valley State bank
of Eudora, who was in the state bank
with his day'- clearings. Accompanied
by William McKay. 15 years old, of
Jacksonville, Florida, Bullock held up
the bank. Although Starr offered no re-
PRINCETON PLAYS OLD ELI
Widow's Stories of Crime Called
Myths—Assaults Prove Vulner.
able to Defense Case May Go
to Jury Today—Majority Vote
M-.w YORK, N«v. 15 J.idgo J..hn MMe. STEINHEIL HELD UP AS
K come' pNreom.^Uy00.ortth°i| MOST WICKED TYPE
fi«>nt as a probable successor to the! OF WOMAN.
late Rufus W. Peckham on the Unitedj
States supreme court bench. It was I '
learned on reliable authority that his,
name has been pi ■ lented t • resident REBUILDS AWFUL
J Taft. Senator 171 ihu Root, who has
legal attainments, is understood to be
pleased by the prospect of the ap-
Prominent republicans and demo
crats alike have joined in putting
Judge Gray forward as New York's
leading candidate for the high judicial
post. The movement evidently was
spontaneous and Judge Gray knew
nothing of it until it had gained much
PARIS, Nov. 12.—Almost the entire
session of the Stelnheil murder trial to-
day was taken up with an impassioned
plea by Advocate General Trouard
Riolle for the conviction of the de-
fendant. When M. Aubin, Mine. Stein-
heil's attorney, began his plea for his
client it was late and opinion was di-
, i vided as to whether or not the case
New Haven Filled With Student*r.ZZt'Z TZZ *
and "Grads," Who Will Wit
showed neitheu pity nor merry. He
ness Annual Gridiron Battle i nu.i the accuse! woi.un in tic
Yale Rults Favorite i.-. the Bet : ' ' 1 ,'•* " '
ty| ot won .in. a 1 - vn liar, one wl
ting. , whole life, before and after the crim<
NOVEMBER 13 1W
LOOKS THE PART
Spain And Cuba Have Agreed
DOMESTIC CONCERN INCOR
FORATE3 WITH $2,500,-
OliliOR 5IGXSMUHDO KORFJV..
the Spanish government
•lnced of the i
f detail ;ire to l
xpected that the
tlxed up shortly
MADRID. Nov. 6 U jirr.-'-ntatlves
Spain and . uba have taken steps to
a prompt agreement on a commercial
treaty between both r unt les.
Morel, Minister of the Interior, says that
•IMAGE IS 08HIBECME INSANE
JAMAICA IN STORM'S GRI? j MURDER ON WOMAN S MIND
General Attorney for Parent
Company Discusses Aims or
New Enterprise Connection to
Be Made With Another Line on
ALEXANDER, IMPLICATED BY
JAMES, ESCORTED OUT
Crowds Hurl Imprecations as Sus-
pect Is Marched to Train for
Unknown Destination Mem-
bers of Mob Recognized—Up-
Communication Practically Cut j Mrs. Brodenheyer Slew Her Hus-
Off for Days and Reports
Meager — Property Suffers
Greatly Banana Plantations
Ruined, Steamer Goes to Picces.
j KINGSTON, .'ami T, Nov. 10 Via
band Three Years Ago and Now
Is in Mad House—After Long
Investigation Daughter Makes
NEW H A VKW
sistance to the hold-up, Bullock shot him u,iven fined t<
through the Jaw. Snatching more than nf students and
JW, Iiul'ock fled, followed by his cm- f,,r
panion Each youth had two rovo'.v- rs. y:l anfj prin>-
Harry Wilson, son of E. E. Wdson.
cafhier of the robbed bnk, spread tho
alarm and a crowd of citizens, arm I
with shot cans, rifles and revolvers, i lr-
sued the boy robbers across the fields.
In attempting to swim the Kaw river,
the boys lost ground and a few minutes
later the mob was at their heels. Mc-
Kay surrendered, but Bullock, wrench-
ing the revolver from his faltering part-
ner's hands, sped on into a patch of |
(1 the presumption of her guilt,
.'•doped the theory that after the
lino on the
^yer, u jewelr of .Madison, Wis., wh(
as found clc. < 1 near his home in the
immc-r of 1906, and who was beltevcc
have bet a murdered by a robber
as killed by his wife, Margaret, now
patient at the Dunning, III., insane
t' ■! i i .t
ruled a favorite in the bett
The Princeton team a
and is in perfect condith
With three exceptions.
are slight, the Yale team is fit. Lilhn-'s
back is slightly lame but he wt'. start
tho game at right t i kle; Phi I in is suf-
fering from toothache and it is not defi-
nitely decided whether he or Murphy wiU
start the game at right lialf back
j. t a in Cov tonight denied rumors that
AT BAY, SHOOTS HIMSELF.
John Miller, a farmer In no way con-
nected with the pursuit, stepped Into j
P.ul'.ocVs path and the boy, thinking
him an enemy, fired at hjm. The shots
missed Miller and the posse, seeing tho
youth was ready to fight fired a fusillade
at him Rullock returned the fire. Hut
realizing he was about to he captured he
phot himself through tho head.
Meantime the crowd threatened to
lynch McKay. Officers hurried him to
Lawrence in an autoiYiohile and plac d
him In Jail.
Bullock's previous hold-up of the l.u-
j.n hank and the murrtfr of Pnllrmian
Wll-on rrln*!-. took plaoe October It.
Kfforts to loontf nullork f ■''"vine Hi*
ti hhrry wore fnitt><"' . H* m ra,r>':
f(i to It1 In hWlinr: m ft wonil rv f ti ;
home. Later. It «■«« report<•.! > <• ' . I
been enpturM in oklnhnnin P. ^ 'i'1*
r ffcrfcati"! v to offered for tils ir-
,Pst. Vnlli MrKay nn.lo i
tliHement of his connection with I" i-k
lodny. ills whereabouts were rot known
GAY YOUNG BRAGGARO
Aecorrtlrc to McKay. Bullock lms heen
CONTTMUED ON PAGF. 2. COLUMN 2.
he had suffered Injury,
ing the matter with me,
Old Eli will win."
MARSHALL WINS AT CHESS.
LEXINGTON, Kv . Nov. 12. -Fran]
liter in the thirty-
abandoned her in 1907, Mine Strinheil
t<ali;:- 1 she was almost at the,end of
her thether and said when shhe gut
Maurici Borderel in her clutches she'
v. as determined to hold him, « ven at
the price of murder.
HER STORIES MYTHS.
Against Mine, Steinheil's story that
burglars had committed* tho crime the.
utor insisted that
hap- j '
GAYNOR USED NO MONEY.
ALBANY. N. V . Nov. 12 - Willla
Oaynor, moyor-elect o? New York, '
file 1 a statement with the seereta
state in which he swears
WASHINGTON, No. . 12 -Fore-a:
Oklahoma; rain and colder Saturi
Sunday probably fair.
Kansas; rain or snow Saturday; n
' older in eastern portion; Sunday fair
warmer in western portion.
Arkansas; rain and colder Satur
Sunday colder and probably fair.
Missouri; rain Saturday; Sunday cr
with fair in west and clearing in
he scenes that actual!
laiming that while the i
n and her accomplices were tieingl Co
Japy, that Stelnheil was aroused 1 'as
by the noise and jumped out of bed. Th
Thereupon tho murderers attacked j tain!
and killed him, and returning to Mme. ,;on
Japy's room, found her In a bad AI
fright. | helm
M. Trouard Riollo even undertook to! 'UJt
account for the st -pping of tfte clock ' '
in the Steinheil home, after the mur-
der. advancing the theory that Mme.I tron
Steinheil in lier anguish could not en- l>ccn
dure the ti. ing An expert te tified! ' 1 ,n
during tho trial that the clock had 11 1
been stopped by hand u was being sh,I>
, SCORES PROSECUTOR.
The argument of M. Trouard Riolle
left the impreston that the testimony
• pon which it was based was too con
i.ning estimated at
md the main culverts
r supply system have b
nd owing to the dow :
• I'ded rainfall from N
no signs yet of the
This is tho confession
by the daughter Clar
Assistant chief of I
Th« girl, who is 1«?
la ted hoi
The long fight which has been waged
by Attorney (Jeneral West ever sln-^e
statehood to compel the prairie Oil and
(Jhs company, tho Standard Oil com-
pany's plp<- line auxiliary, to domesticate
in Oklahoma before building any pipe
lines In t! • state, culminated yesterday
In the Incorporation here of the Okla-
homa Pipe Line company, with Si'.500,000
capital, organized bv stockholders of tho
Prairie company to build a pipe line from
the Glenn Pool oil field to the Standard's
new refinery at Raton Rouge, La. No
'liinouncctnent made . : whether the
l • . ; I
!••• but as to the intention ot
compnrv t r
r, It is suppi
of age, re-
driven her m
estored with th-
low n and
north and northeastern portioi
island have been badly hit h\
n. Thousands of acres of trees
leveled and the fruit trade b
l n e ba
as to the
T rad ford, whicl'
Antonio, is a t'
in 1904. She wa
and owned by
nf 011 to
t.s -net resiste
fter Mrs. Brodenheyer and her daugh-
?r had come from Madison to Chi-
Miss Brodonhe.t r has not yet boon
rrested and probably will not be
Brodenheyer, who was 42 years of
go, had aroused the jealousy of his
ifc. She satisfied herself of his in-
idelity and decided to kill him. She
an abandoned slaughter
house on an old farm near Madison
*nd shot him to death. The daughter
pneountered her mother hastening from
the slaughter house and the older wo-
CONTINIIFD ON PAGE 2 COLUMN I
y to en-
in the pipe line business
itrick, of Independence
attorney for the prairh
rnpany was here to se-
for the new < rporation
tlv stock in
ai" lured him t
FRIEND REIURNLIJ MONEY
flicting and that
mm vulnerable t
Auhin. The latt<
tho conclusion of the prosec
dress when he challenged M
Riolle to name Marietta Y
cook in the Steinheil home
IT WAS A ?10,000 PACKAGE
Harry Bowers Faces Charge of
Stealing From Express Com-
pany He Worked For.
CON TI N1 •' E D ON PAGE 2 COLUMN 4
Bowers of thi-
the United States
which he had be
North Dakota Queen of Battle Ships
ROCKLAND, Me., Nov. 11'. The
JCorth Dakota is the queen of the
£)readnaughts. She demonstrated that
•he was tho fastest battle ship of her
type afloat as well as one of tho
most powerful battle ship in the
She developed a maximum speed of
12.-j linotl and an average of
Both hiarUs ore In excess of the be*
performance* of either her si fite
ships, the Delaware, or the Iiellero.
phon, the leader Dreadnaught of the
In attaining tlie surprising speed tho
turbine engine of tho North Dakota
were forced to the development of
mure home puwer than has bet:. : c- ■
i y any other battle ship. A max-
imum of 83.1B0 horie power was re-
t orded, while 83.875 horse power was
tho mean amount.
The maximum number of revolutions
of tho nickel composition propellors
was 286 a minute. It was found that
Wfesleyan University Confers De
gree of Doctor of Laws on Pres-
ident Taft Vice President Sher
man, Secretary Root and
e of doci
eighty colleges and
United States n-ho
honor T>r. Rhanklln,
^ 11 -1 '• * * ! wt a-
n teacher as its pre*
the idea so often a>l
headt> " a man
a .j.dV-.r and h«M
banks of the cit\
paeKHge to tne express CO
ed it over to a friend,
a Christmas gift for his
and that he wanted the
id returned It to tho hanl
"• ir the re;.vf n that It
charter own sto.«j<
i Our Interest In
s line riri«<'S from the
large prodiu Ing prop
,, and are in the mar
rip oil In largs quant I
CONT INU E D ON PAGE ?. COLUMN 1
MYSTERY CLOUDS IS
NO EXPLANATION IS FOUND
Death of Clerk at Alcatraz Prison
Followed by Suicide of Ser-
CAIRO, 11!., Nov. 12 With the negro
Arthur Alexander, who was implicated
in the murder of Miss Annie Pelley
dying statement of the negro,
"Froggy" James, one of the victims of
last night's mob, safe out of town and
thirtji members or the Fourth regiment
of the Illinois National guard on duty
in the streets and about the Jail to-
niglr. tlie mob spirit that has held
Cairo fdr four days seems quelled.
crowds are allowed to gather in
any pari of the city and every known
dange points occupied by troops.
Alexander was sent to an unan-
nounci (I point north of here late this
afternoon. He was escorted from the
jail to a New York* Central train by
• • i 1 companies of militia, two of
wi h M of champaign and G of Ef-
fingham, were assigned to the duty of
guarding the train.
TIu re wen* jeers and defiance for
the .- Mitia from the small crowd that
witnessed tho departure.
"That's him," "he'll come hack,"
'burn the nigger," "we'll get him yet,"
cajne from the spectators who had bfren
pressed back a half block from the
entrance to the jail yard by the sol-
WAS HEAVILY GUARDED.
Two sets of fours were in the ad-
in< • of the prisoner who was hand-
jcuffi"! and flanked by deputy sheriffs,
• : tvo cts of fours followed. As
the men swung north toward the rail-
p>.<d along Twentieth street. three
companies cleared the street in ad-
\ ince of th• escort and a like number
ved in the rear, keeping back
•rowds that were augmented at
cross street of the half mile
h to the train.
di*r' .v of force was greater than
itlzens had anticipated, and while
were murmurs all along the line
'• there was no attempt made
to break the lines.
PLANS NOT DIVULGED.
General Wells and Colonel Shand of
th^ adjutant general's office at Spring-
| CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 COLUMN 4
rce tho door.
sldent Taft c<
n ha ving selectr ) j jtt
ii'lram-ed that a unl-
business man nt Its
o knows the value
o get It." and declared
tl.at the limitations of a business man
were su'-h as to exclude him as n college
president, whose real vocation should b*
that of a teacher.
When Governor Weeks introduced Pres-
ident Taft at the armor- dedication in
Hartford tonight, the crowd was so hlg
that In the crush several women fainted,
governor Weeks' i-tentorian tones brought
ii semblance of order, however, and when
You Have Just Nine
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Edition of th*
5 T A TE
It Will Be the Greatest Edition Ever Published In Guthrie,
And You Cannot Aflord To Pass It Up.
BOOST FOR GUTHRIE
NEW VuHK, Nov. -Washington
Hull. -<n architect, put out to sea last
week from Lawrence beach, Lond is-
land, in his sloop yacht the Commo-
dore. intending to place the vessel in
winter quarters somewhere in
Xi u York h. rbor. and so far as known
[,,, ha i not been seen or heard of sinoe*
The two men he took with him, who«#
names are not known, are also miss*
Mr. Hull expected the trip to take
only five or six hours and had made
an engagement for the evening.
Two theories are entertained by Mr,
Hull's wife One Is that the Commodore
sprang a leak, became unmanageable
and drifted to sea, in which event sho
Is hopeful that It was picked up by an
outward bound steamer. The other
is that the Commodore was run down
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Greer, Frank H. The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 171, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 13, 1909, newspaper, November 13, 1909; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc127536/m1/1/: accessed September 25, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.