Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 267, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 26, 1911 Page: 1 of 8
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The World Soils Spaco
And Delivers Tho
The Advertiser Buys
I Sracc Rut Pays For
11 LSA OKI IIOM i:i)M.SY. .IU.Y 2 Mil.
nucK rivi: cents
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ass.m i.ti i m it i n . i ll ;ii:l or
AGRA IX SKRIOl S I'LH.IIT.
AHU'tl Awsinilt Is Out' if Rcpl'nhlo
Niiiiiri Decoyed liy Drive mid
I'oiit'd to I.i'iivf ('iiiTiago.
Fp.-c-inl t. th.' World.
Agra t kln...luly 2 5. The lynching
lino hi tu dulod to lie pulled off here
tonight liiis boon postponed for the
lime being lit least. Orlcy and OlUo
Scars Charles Kndlcott and Holla
S.dh i s tho four young ment arrested
lust night In V.nrtlesville (barged with
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' assaulting iM.'iry Maringcr 16
years old. and lim Newman 14 years
old near this illy on Sunday night
v ei e whisked through here late this
liflernooii on thu Katy train and taken1
to the euiinty Jail at Chandler thus
filling the plans of the would-bo
1'collng Is running very h!i;h here
tonight and If little Mary Malinger
vhn s in a ver' serious condition In a
li.eal hospital should die It Is feared
that even the Chandler jail will not
prove a safe keeping plane for tho
four prlMiiers. Tho latest reirts
from the liedslde of tho Maringcr wlrl
jdmw her eoiulltloii to ho growing
worse while tho Newman girl
Is iiraelleally unhurt.
The only thing that iirevented pos
sible hloodshed hero this afternoon
s tho report that the prisoners
would not he brought to this city nnd
when the Katy train pulled In the mil-
cers and their prisoners only a hand-
ful of men were at the station and
een they did not know that the party
was on the train.
The assault said to have heen one
of tho most brutal In the history of
Oklahoma was "ommltted on Sun-
day night. The Sears hoys Invited the
two girls to take a ride with them
Sunday evenng. Hy a pre-arrange
ment the Kndlcott and Sears hoys
met the party at a lonely place on tho
road. Tho glrls were taken from the
carriage hy force It Is said and car-
ried to n noar-ly grove where tho ol-
leeed assault was committed. A m.tn
passing hy noticed the excitement and
tried lo help tho girls hut foiirlshod
revolvers n (hi hands of tho hoys
frightened him off It Is charged.
The Manlgor girl was unconscious
when found hut was aide to tell the
ollVers tho names of tho nsalants.
A search was Immediately started for
tin; hoys hut they had left on a
freight train. Olivers started In tho
trail and search was made of all near-
Last night the four hoys were rap-
tured on the streets of llartlesvllle
nnd held for ho arriva of tho ollicers
who were In Tulsa nt the time.
The prisoners do not deny tho
eharge and appear Indifferent to the
threats that are Minfr made on all
Fdles. All of them live at Agra. The
boys range In age from 13 to 20 years.
Slit OM TIMK IN IIISTOHY IS I'l'.ll.
l OHMIiH HY I. KAMI IN A '
Tlv ni'hili'll Press.
Nlauara Fals. July 2S. Hobble
l.e.ich 411 of Niagara Falls (int. this
nfleinoon went over the llorso Shoe
Falls In a barrel and still lives. Al
though ho was battered nnd bruised
In the drop of 15S feet ho sustained
only supreflclul Injuries and tonight
lie Is able to bo about.
This Is the second time In the his-
tory of tho river that the cataract flail
been successfully navigated. Mrs.
Anna F.dson Taylor of this city made
the trip In a barrel In 1901 and came
Lynch was fuivcd to make his start
from l.a Salle two miles and a hafl
above the cataract on tho United
States side because of tho Canadian
police. Two river men took him In
a launch (o Navy Island where ho whb
placed In the steel barrel. Ilo was
liung In a canvas hammock. The bar-
rel was cast adrift at tho mouth of
t'hlppawa Creek hardly a mile above
the brink of the Horseshoe lit 2;o2
o'clock. When 500 yards above tho
blink tho barrel was caught In tho
fiirreiit nnd raced In the stream. AVIuni
two hundred feet from the chasm the
barrel struck a rock. At 2:14 tho Imr-
rel went over the brink. Hardly thir-
ty seconds elapsed before It was soon
carrcenlng In tho stream.
Frank Hi nder of Chlppawa swam
out with a ropo and caught the barrel
by one of Its handles. From that point
the barrel was towed ashore. Leacha
wis bleeding and appeared to bo n a
bad way but once out of the harrol
he waved to the crowd. Ho was ex-
' hausted and It was necessary to sup-
ply oxygen to revive him. No hones
were broken but a leu wus somewhat
YOUTHSTAKENTOCHANDLER SflPULPA JUSTICECOURT
GOES OVER THE FALLS
AND IS COOD AS NEW
stkkl somk mori:
I!y Associated Press.
New York July 25. The
directors of tho United States
Sled Corporation today de-
cUired the regular iimirtorly
dividend of 1 3-4 per ei'iit
preferred unit 1-4 per rent on
hi 'i cojeiei't 'Si' I
If. I1MIKH HANCHMW OIL
J KITS TO RI.MAKK MADK
AHOIT 111S WU K.
Hpi-i-iul In the World.
Sapulpa July 25. While Governor
Crtico has shown that he does pot pro-
pose to have any more prlzo lighting
In this state an event was pulled off
In this city yesterday afternoon that
would have aroused the governor's at-
tention had he heen present.
It was tho sequel tn a highway row
starting near Kulleyvillo a few days
ago. lmliose colored and u few
months out of the penitentiary Is
said to have mado nn offensive remark
to .1. H. l'lsher a former dry goods
merchant In Sapulpa. now a ranch
man of somo note near Kelleyvllle
which eondnded with the negro en-
deavoring to lnjuro Klsher with a
In a.vy pleco of Iron he carried.
risher caused the man's arrest on
an assault with Intent to kill charge
and tin- eas came on for hearing be-
fore Justice W. E. Itoot.
Mr. Fisher and two other whites
testified to the assault and to tho
numerous threats to kill made hy
Tmbose yet tho case wns thrown out
and In his argument Attorney Heot
made an uncomplimentary remnrk
about Fisher's wife when with a
lightning like blow to the nose Fisher
landed and the attorney went to the
mat for tho count. Two deputies
seized til o belligerent wlthnesR hut ho
threw them nslde as though they wore
chaff and was welcoming all comers
and especially the attorney who re-
sponded with a chair raised over his
head but tiio dignity of tho court
prevailed and lines of $20 and thirty
days In Jail was Fisher's portion
w hile the court's brother escaped with
$r and a badly bruised nose.
SIX llll.MS HI!) OX AYOHIv THAT
WIU l!K HliMil lT TO KAST
sum: ok tvusa.
That tho cost of the new sanitary
sewer to be constructed to drain the
F-ast side of Tulsa extending from
thu Frisco right-of-way to the river
will cost the city something over $20-
000 was apparent when the bids for
tho construction of the sewer were
opened at tho commissions meeting
yesterday morning. ' There were six
linns bidding on the work.
Tho sewer is divided Into four parts
and separate bids were made on each.
From the reading of the bids It ap-
pears that K. O. Flke was the lowest
bidder on three of four districts and
0. O. Frye & Son on the fourth.
The bids were turned ovor to City
F.nglncor Hughes for tabulation and
he will report to tho commissioners
on Friday at which time tho con-
tract will ho let
Tho school board entanglement was
again placed before the commissioners
by Carl Mageo who offered tho com-
missioners an ordinance differing
from tho one recently enacted by a
vote of the peoplo In that It left the
matter of culling tho election for a
school hoard to tho mayor. The or
dinance was turned over to the city
Lttrney and will be reported out at
tho meeting of the commission on
ion on'ck tiik ioii( u s or Tin:
IM1T.IU.W om; 1 im no
Hy AntiH'iutcil I'roiei.
Fremont Neb. July 2T. The Ne
braska Democratic Convention which
hud been expected to place Nebraska
Democrats on record for a presidential
candidate a year hence failed to ex
pivss Itself 'on condidates or of lor
commendations for Its leaders.
For the most part It was a peace-
ful session and the general harmony
program which faction leaders had
mapped out In advance wns carried
out without a greater hitch thnnto
havo an Individual deleunte to go on
rcDord as to a presidential candidate.
He was ruled out of order by tho
This result was not accomplished
with much preliminary discussion but
the result was satisfactory. Govern-
or Harmon had a personal represen-
tative at tha convention but he mado
It plain that his purpose was to net
10 COS! OIER $2010
HIUnON-Y RULES AI
ni t imtor M i l. I V
high ritit i d si:i;vn i:."
LOBBYIST FEES COME
t.huls Had Said Isirtinor noil Tawney
Had Keen I'ald lloulello De-
nies llliies' Slorj.
P.v Asfcuf inti'ii I'lOhS.
Washington. July 25. James Kee-
loy general manager of the Chicago
Tribune was subjected today to a
lire of questions from F.lbrldge Ilan-
ce.v attorney for Senator l.orlmer
about bis testimony yesterday be-
fore the Seiiale-I.orliner committee
uml when the committee adjourned
the erosK-examinatlon Ivnl not been
concluded. The session was replete
wlili sharp passages between the at-
torney and witnesses.
At aiiloiiiiinieiit. Mr llanecy was
directing Mr. lveoley's attention to
the vouchers submitted to show how
the Tribune spent $ l; .( ii i) for tho
While confession. The attorney nulled
attention to tho bills of K O. l'hil-
llps nnd U. C. o'Dell reporter on the
Tribune who spent several hundred
dollars In work at Springfield.
Did you know that Mike Link had
been In an Insane asylum before he
was elected to the Legislature'.'" asked
Mr. llanecy when Mr. Link's name
"1 never heard It until you uttered
It lust now."
"Here are tho bills of John Callan
ii'Liinghlln." began Mr. llanecy next
"lie was former assistant secretary
of state and Is supposedly a high-
paid man Isn't he?"
"He Is our representative In Wash-
ington and for his high priced work
he gets a high price."
Mr. O'l.aiighlln's bills amounted to
$1131 of which Mr. Koeley said
more than $s00 wns for stenographic
work In the l.orlmer rase.
fonntor Fletcher asked If any bill
from M. A. Conn was Included In the
list. When Mr. Kelley said there was
not Mr. Hanooy asked If Mr. Conn
who went around gathering up what
he called Information had been em-
ployed by Mr. Kelley on the ease.
The witness said he had not been
Otbor remarks led Attorney Marble
to protest against such references
to Mr. Conn.
"I don't know about that." de-
clared Mr. Hanecy. "I may summon
him hero to show what kind of a man
was employed by the Helm commit-
tee to gather evidence."
The greatest sensation yet develop
ed before tho committee was brought
out today when Mr. Keeley testified
that Oeorgo O. Olavls whom the
editor recently had arrested on u
charge of enibe.zleinent had told
him Senator Lorlniur and former
Representative James Tawney had
received fees iald by lobbyists In
Washington for congreslonal work.
Mr. Tawney was tho Republican
standpatter defeated In Minnesota In
tho last election. During tho hiHt
session of Congress ho wus chairman
of the House committee on appro-
priations. "You hai a man hy the name of
ihils arrested did you not'.'" asked
"What mi to tho clrcumstunees?"
"Well George Glavls came to mo
In Chicago and represented that he
knew of certain books kept by a
firm of lobbyists which hud dealings
with Senator Loiimer und Represen
I I I I.'.... I 1....I 1 t lilt
ho would bo ulilu lo oiituiu tno uuuss
and paiiers to substantiate his story
und show Unit Luiliuer und Tawney
were receiving u percentage of fees
paid to lobbyist for coiigi'esslonul
Glavls represented ho could ob-
tain these books from thu wife of one
of the members of a firm who is now
Glavls failed to produce tho hooks
und upprouohud Keeley asking to
withdraw from his agreement und
said ho would refund thu money
that had been advanced.
Thereupon Koeley Informed him
that unless ho mailo Bod ho would
be Indicted for embezzlement. Glavls
claimed ho hud turnud tho books
over to his brother F-dwurd Glavls
who had tukuti them to West Ylr-
Uiniu. "What did you expect to do with
"1 Intended to present the Infor-
mation beforo this committee and
print the story." . .
Did you have no hesitancy In pro-
setitlnif evidence procured in this
way or printing tho story acquired
by that means'.""
"Without making any investiga
"i considered Ihut I was making an
Investigation and Intended to print
what Hu so books j-howed."
"You did not g' t them?"
"I paid MOO for a gold brick."
"Ho put one over on you didn't
"Ho rertnlnly did.1
The committee took a recess bo-
fore tho Glavls mutter was con-
cluded. Houtell Itcnles IHnes'. Story.
New York. Jul 25. Who told
by cable today that Kdward Illncs
hp.d testified before the Lorlmcr In-
vestigating committee that he (flou-
tell) hud Informed lilm that Presi-
dent Taft was anxious for tho elec-
tion of I.orlmor H. S Doutoll for
10 ffi I
r w ' '-l!Miss Dorothy Payne Whitney Whose Engagc-
a m: it ir i t ii t 1 in int.
Iy Assoelatod I'l'css.
raris July 2.V M.mI.iiih-
I.utelin the imled i ' 1 1 1 1 -1 . 1 1 1 ai -tless
was accident i 1 ! v ilrovvii-
ed In the ltlllne mar tin- llol
land lino today.
mer congressman from Illinois now
minister to Switzerland made the
"Heme Svv lie''';u. .liih 2.". I
never lo aril '' roMili nl Tall speak of
the situation but once w Io n he i x-
pressed HO preference or objection to
the numerous candldales mentioned
but hoped the Repu bib a u landidalo
would decide on u ca ml id .it e and elect
at once. This vlfw was Known to all.
I never wrote lanvone mi the miIi-
S in it'Tl'.l.l..'
I l iX AS l.l iOGK l ltl .11. LOOM
roil: ai.i.i.i ii un i: hi i n
STATl TORY t il MK.Ii.
Hpri'ial In tlu World.
S.ipullut July 2.V 'l'eas Geor
Frederick alleged propinior ol t-
of tho lilgaes Jvlnls In K. lor i- I
victim of a nut kind of i;rlei' ami
has received a raid lea t exie. ed.
It nun the raid of what has been
Passing for his home for I lie three
years that he has been In Kb for and
with It has come the plying of tha
woiiiun who has been with him in the
lime of his residence hern under bond
of $1000 to answer to a statutory of-
fense at the next ierm of the district
court. Rob FrazUr another alleged
dealer In wet goodV In Kieler. and his
wife went the accused woman's bond.
According to thd story of Mrs. Alice
Frederick and sixteen year old daugh-
ter who arrived In this city yester
day from Texas their home and tho
home of Texas George several years
ugo when he Is said to have filled the
part of husband to the woman and
. father to the girl. "Tex" grew weary
of domestic life and Is said to have
left his family. He did not go alone
subsequent testmonv shows nnd the
woman who has uppeurcd before the
people of Klofer for the past threo
years as Frederick's wife they arrived
arrived In the oil cty and settled
down In a home.
When the ollicers went to Klefer to
make the arrest of Frederick on com.
plaint sworn to by the woman ho Is
alleged to have wronged the
husband had fled and the report was
left behind that ho had gone to
Texas. However he was seen In Klefer
so the report ems shortly before the
arrival of ollicers yesterday afternoon
on a look for him and may be picked
The unman who gives her name as
Mrs. Hello Frederick and says she Is
not married to Texas George was not
so fortunate In making her getaway.
The bearing Is set for Frdlay.
SELECTED AI FRISCO
hy Aumirhiti'il 1
July 2.'. The site
of the I'anania Pacific-International
Lxeosllloii to be held here In 11115
selected today. I ho Industrial
buildings and other temporary struc-
tures will be placed at Harbor Vlow
on the ooast. A permanent yuchtlng
and boating course will bo construct-
ed. A I! permanent buildings will he
placed In Golden Gate Turk except
an enormous Convention Hull to he
located at the civic center of the city
at Yun Ness Avenue and Mark Street.
Other Improvements will bo made
along tho water front from the
Cliff House on the west or ocean
Folks that siy Jlst what they Uilnk
never seem f think ' nothln' ideas
ant 1'lnky Kerr wus operated on fur
pondycltls last w ink hut th' opera
Hon uk not suecur.sful nn' he's back
at his post nt th' saiv mill.
Washington D. C July 25. Okla-
homa Forecast: Fulr and warmer
Wednesday; Thursduy Increasing
mcnt was Recently Announced by her Brother.
V 'I I
Ilarny Tayne Whlliie;
the engagement of his
Dorothy I'ayiio Whitney
D. Straight of Oswego
aniiouiieeil .voiing woman w ho
sister. Mlsi'lhan $i'Oiluoo0 In h
N. Y. for -
inerly I'lilled Stafes Consul General .voiing people met several years ag )
to Mukden Manchuria und at pres. '. when Miss Whitney was mailing a
ent connected with the Morgan i tour oT tho world. Voiing Straight
Knhn-I.oeb and National city llnuk i Ik said to luivii once been refused the
alliance. Tho wedding will tuk'i hainl oT tho daughter ol' F. II liar-
place In the full and Is expected in rlinun the rnllruii wizard who died
be mi elubotuto ul'lulr befitting 1 u year ago.
A POST CURB OESIES IC
DEATH OF A RELATIVE
YI'.T McllHIHK'S MMKR 11ROTII.
I-R A.N I) Wll Ii K NOW THKY
SAW HIM IU Hil l).
Ilv Ao.i'iuti il pi i sm
'Kansas CH July 25. When lid-
win Mellllde a bank clclk of tills
city today meoivou a posi caio unrai
"July 22'' 111 the handwriting of his
i i. t ....... i . I 1. at.
tended at Homier Springs Kan. last;
Thursday he hustlb looked ul the.
post mark which showed the curd j
was mulled at Moulder Colo.
James Mclirlde who was III loitj
here thrxo weeks ago for the home of
his wile's sialtir In lonu Tex. wlnre;
he hoped to n gain bis health ' hi
Sunday July 1(1 lidwln Mcllridc re-
cclved u long distance telephone lues. !
sago from lonu luloi'inlng bun that
his brother wun dead uml ashed lu-
sli uctiolis as to the illspnsil Ion ol the
Accordingly thu body wns sent to
Honnor Springs whci'M his wife and
little duiiHh'er of Janus M'djrblo wei'e
slaying. The wif.i and neighbors who
knew the man cxprevod no doubt as
to the Identity of the mini who was
burled on Thursday. Mrs. Mellrida
bllivs the man was her husband
ana has already collnled $150 on a
lirw liisurniicii policy which her hus-
band hud taken out.
The polko of Mould r will bo ask-
d tu look for James McMrlile.
lions of the I'l'iili'lo
Net runs and deliveries frm July 1
Kill to July 21 1911. both dnRs In-
clusive: Total Lids. Dully Av.
lluus 1703.503.17 R:i07H3il
I) 0 311.-1
Taken out of
' i. i
i v rvi
Is worth more
r own right. H
' will follow u romantic
'which b gun In Chin i
iv hero the
STEEL PRICE KEPT IIP
AND IT IS As I lilt I I V I : AS I I
KM ill WAS I N 1)1 K IRON-
( LAI) (ON I It (T S.
Ilv Umchitcil I'ruM.
Washlnntoii D. C. July 25. That
through oral agreements steel maim -
. . .
ii'". i' it i'1 " " i
.. I I. ... . ..t'l'.. I i eel e
' " '
lid under the iioii-clad cui-
Iraets of the American Stoel I'lat
Association from RIMO to lliol was
I rai l ii ally adnilt' ed today by A. F.
Huston president of the f.nkons Iron
& Steel Company before tho House
"stol trust" Investigation enniinliii e. j
Th" witness said that How from
time to I trim one inn niifin t ur-r will
say to iiiiollier: "My pile! will lie '
so and i-o until further notloe" but :
that theio Js no general ugl n iil' nt.
"Tin rn Is feeling among the om-'
pnllh'S however" lie said "that liolh-l
lug should be done to Injure a f. Ih.vv j
wiihoiit giving him iioUee" '
Mr. Huston th'sonb I the St. d
Plato AhsociuUoii which lie said wa.c
organlzeil to obtain iia-oiiabbi pi lees j
Tib" a-noclation n.il only fixed prices I
ho said but allotted u eel tain pur- j
lon of proiliiclh.ii to each of Its
eleven constituents companies The
organization wus iibandoiie! In l'JOl
hieausn of o much restlesiiess and
ImIIi nb. ml Its llleualltv.
Mr. Huston Identified a copy
the agreement all of which
supposed to havo been burned.
Joe Jeulletle'lin I p.
Ilv Ahm.. im'il Pit'M.
' Si ' York July 25. Joo Jcaii. tto
the llosloii pugilist knocked out Al
Kublak of Grand ltapllf Mich. In
tho third round of their s. heilub'd
ten-round fight tonight. Three loll
hook) to tho jaw turned llw trick.
4 5 I
.11 Ml ON M N I CR DO.
N(. IMS lit IA .
III IHiiHcll' He.
conic I jitol conn nl Ollh cr.
S Ill In 111. Weill.
Supiili Inly 2.'i. -The hlstorv of
this sialc nor any other state records
such loiniuct as this ease where n
ti i ii ii empowered by ollicers oi tho
slate lo do a leiialn duly is being
plose. iiteil by ihe iiiy atloriuv ar-
i . Mo I I j the chief ol' polh e vv hose
iltii.v ii is lo cnlorio the law and to
iiin hi ib hands o the man and oltl-
ii is u ;ig lo do so arrested at the
suiiL-71 ion ol the loimlv aitorne.v
and on the complaint ol Ihe i .unity
lo nl I I r call lug arms. It Is a
i loinoii pi a li e 1
! a r;e ' d u I v to g.
boiibl piopetlj do
ill llle .-I I eel eVel'V
i.i I m el s in dis-
armed and tiny
i and it Is noted
lav Ihat lloy do
do so ho linblig deoilly sin rill's even
lo Allison iioolev who .shoots vvheu-
ev i r he fools like It.
"It I. pas-iim sliaiii;e that Tom
Hubbard is the o nb man whom the
ii i n I attorney and 111 inly sheriff
I'll! I II liei'o-aai V I" I'eCOllllllell.l t'l
Chief W ise lo arret and for trving
to i nl'or. e the v el y law that they had
laded to enforce although they sworn
they Would do so. No one hclieVO
Tom Hubbard was arrested because
lie carried a gun but foifthc reason
that he ciitorced certain laws that the
complaining ollicers should have ell-
forced. "I further want to sav that If Tom
llol bard Is stopped In the work ln Is
trving to do there will be one hun-
dred special deputy ellfori elllellt olli-
cers commissioned In Sapulpa Inside
of twenty-four hours and 1 will bu
one of them myself!"
Thus spoke Kx-.lavor D. A. Mo-
Doiical In addressing the court In be-
half of Tom Hubbard deputy en-
forcement otllcer charged with carry
ing concealed weapons In violation of
: ety ordinance
The effort of the counsel In support
of Chief Wise were formidable be-
ing composed of Acting City Attorney
Minna of the firm of Hurt A Shaba!
W. (1. Fair hllds of Ihe firm of Ruth-
erford Fulrehllds Ki Davis and W.
V. I'ryor of the drill of Rockwoo &
I'ryor and was directed towards the
attempt to show that there Is no pow-
er under the stale law for tho ap-
pointment of special enforcement of-
ficers. Attorney Mcfiongal was aided by
L. o. Lytic his partner and J. T.
MeClanabali. In the defense of Hub-
bard. JiiiImi' Mclioiigal told of his
trip to Oklahoma Cilv to secure ap-
point nienl s of deputy state enforce-
ment otth ers for this cltv and that he
received the commission under which
Hubbard worked from Governor
Crime himself. Issued bv W. L. Mc-
l.amore slate enforcement otllcer.
Judge J. Harvey Siullh of the niu-
nlclpal court at the close of the ar-
guinent reserved his decision until to.
morrow. There was a large attend-
niii'i. In the court t m of the friends
of law enforcement and of no law
to hear the
In the case
Sll M t.UNl SSV III N .
1'ele s liari'Cit Wlih Hilling No Ylsl-
blc Meaiis of Support.
Polo Shniighnessy. the TuNa boxer
believes the fates are against him
When Governor Cruee shot down on
the boxing game he deprived "Gen-
tleman I'eto" of his ebbf moans of
llvlihoiid. am! jester lay the local po
lice force plli d on the "straw that
broke the camels' hack" when they
arrested him charged wth va::ran'y.
llle was r leased on J2. bond and w !IJ
! have a trial this afternoon at 3 o'clock
1 The police lalm Ihat IVte has n
' vlsiloo means or support iiotwith
si. .1 bank account.
t(ll ..sSI . TO ( OHI.li Ml HIG H.
Kaln.T Ml ges I hat
IP lM".'ll.!.'ll I'l'. -H.
1 1 1 y n 1 1 1 la Wash Ju'v :
lis ti foreman ..r a sect mii ercw at
ll.ittb r. confers d todav to proc ciit.
In:' Attorney Wilson and Sh-riff Gas-
Ion that he lilib d Ai hie c..e u I
h!l wife on the night of Job' I I.
C .blc and his 1 T-vear-obl hr'.lo w . ra
round dead hi b. d in their h:'l b. inn
III 1 la tiler I'.VO w eeks II Co
While ooM'. sslru; Ihe rr1 V l!.r.
declared that he had no r. " I . ri
all. glng that on th.. iii';h' d l'c mnr-
der lie wis mentally m. I" nH ' de.
Tries Habeas ( iirpu- i ll.
Ch.irl. Si.Mip.jer. h. hi la the .
ty 'all. charted vv !ili : t
ertv of! his bill d wll'.-
h. r off to v hit relatlv s
bond yi-sterd.iy tbr t
.". il 0
i t . iri.y
bv the be
e w as t ll"d
f : trle.i to s i " nis r
bcas corpus facto. The
tn Superior .Indite I
court nnd w l!l be passed
o I ' il it Colli I c -tei d.iv.
Owing to the ah.-an. ' I ur. alter
part of the i Ilv police fr. '. nrt
room yesterday afternoon no . i..n
..f the niuulclp.il court vvss h Id. '''h 1
ollicers were del illcd at the circus
ground to maintain i rder.
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Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 267, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 26, 1911, newspaper, July 26, 1911; Tulsa, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc133364/m1/1/: accessed July 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.