Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 65, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 2, 1911 Page: 1 of 10
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0OMIN0 It iHIIT -Tim aplandld
pout. il receipt! gain of I 7 S . 0 0 or
11 par oent lol Novamlier over
KoVambMT lilt) alunda uul 111
pluuxiiiH relief ugulnst aimlliiT No-
vember I lull nf 190 which showed
barely IfiS iim ivuae over November
HOT. B T nvKKit Mimgtr
I llfol IIIUI lull Hlllcull.
foL ii m miii it as.
Full Leased Wire Associated Press Report.
1 1 i s OKLAHOMA BATURDU mukmm m i i mih n
DIN-VIM paii without f""i
or (aatnera tii. i dig nil refinery
Mbom itm river m handling vooo
buirel of rude dull) with a pay
roll if over i.M I""! year and
. in.' material is una of Ha pro-
ilurta. K. T. TTJCKMR Munugur
I ti for i 1 1 i n llurcaii.
UK i r i I m.
McNamara Brothers Plead Guilty
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JAMTH B. M'NAMARA DECLARES
in: is ;i un r MURDER .
MAI I M I . IT TI) H 1M.F.
JOHN J. BLEW IRON WORKS
M IPPi li Ol I DESTR1 OTIONS
OR M'.M Mi. L Wil.l. GET
si 1 1 m i. in ii i iis.
DID IT ON COUNSEL'S ADVIIX
ProCraHUftN in .mi l Bopn Took
Leas Than Minutes Crowd
l'Og oil Ul Dwuonatrain
mi guilty in the dynamiting 'f ih-
Llwollyn Iron V"rka for whi'h hi
and iirtiii MoManlgiil were Jointly
Took .lii-d ii Pow MlnutM
All of toduy'a proceedings Wr
Mumped In a few minutes. At the
trains session ol court Dlstriot At
tunn y ! rodoi hkB ODtaiMO an ea
Journmoni until afternoon. Ibis en
oneldered plausible because the reg- I
Islratimi fraud wan known to he I
l i-i .In g
Falih In this doctrine how. $f
win Jolted whi-ii It li.n'iiiiic known
that Latfrenoe Sullivan an Investl-
gator employed by thi' defense hail
been In Fredericks' office and thai
Attorney! Darrow and Da via also imd
tiiiiii tbara. At the afternoon aaaal in
the rourl room was packed many
attiij hua ami friends nf Frederick!
i'"inx presenti Two (of Fredi ticks'
deputies were there In plain clothe
and had a seat Inside the rill. Juiii.-h
B. MsN'uinara mi t next to Attorn.
I Scott who llappad him on the back
and put til arm amiind him.
There Was Bo Demonstration
Win ii .liilin .f. Mc Na ma ra entered
and took a Heat beside hi brother.
Vacated for him ly Harrow there
Was Html 1 1 dOUbt of what Would ne
ar. The pleading of the men
aroused no stir In the court room.
N'o bailiff pounded for order. Nn
relatlVfl was there to weep or lii
make a demonstration a olvjl case
t.i im ci:i.i:s. He.-. 1. .lame. B " m navu neon more quietly
dcNamara pleaded utility to murder '''. " nraouni oi ny-
n the firm decree In Jude Walter "l'rl1 uemonswauons arouio nva
lordweliH n today. Ml brother ;m"vi(1 n'' ''nned spectafira..
lohn .1. kfcNamara aacreury of the' John J- USpNamttti tood up to
tnternatlonal Asso. latlon of itrldK9 1'"u'1 a"'1 a ill' crM- Th
ind Bteuotural iron Worker entered led moher took it out of the room
i pie m- K-niii of ih mK dynamited nd McNamara didn't even look .
he Llewellyn Iron Work In Ul An- :i-r"u'"'- f- w minutes fter ad:-
relee or. Chrietmaa day mo. Jourament the matriet Attorney'a ..f-
James it. llnNatnara'a confession roe wa Mvo wlth ieuul6 0 conurut-j
leara up absolutely the tracedv ofiulate hlm-
he exploeton and fire which at 10:17 . l'r'"''s Ss '-x
clock on lb nn ruins of October Tno dHtl'"'t attorney threw wide
in. mo. destroyed the Lot Angafai th" do"rs an1 thu orow4 rttled
rime on First and Broadway cans-! tWttl of all kinds which the
IDC the death of twenty-oi.e persons i men w"ro al'll"ed to have used in
For nine . of these deaths th PWUg the dynamite bomb that
McNamaraa were IndV ted and James decked the LOS Anaeles Times w- e
I McKamara was on trial speciflcal- i'ewod; ? "'' a f"w m8hs '
. for the murder of ('hnrlsa J. Hag- dV"mlta Investigation was oond iet-
tarty a machinist wboa idy was "d b the state department. Many a
' it i ill . fl Vital. ....1.1 I.
OUnd nearer than that of any other " "
0 the spot where the dvnainile was hn eonaldered vital was freely
lippoaed to have been placed. talked about and It lost Its import-
x ance In view of the confession of
Ti.eir Urea W Mted. Kllt n the ourt .oon) ollllv
December 5 was set a the date to
ontence both men and District At- Summary ol Day-i i Haprnlnir.
- A Nil 1 1 1 m :i r - of the dnv s hnnneu niz-.
orney Jonn FreaericKa win a me ... . . . :
.. v.0 Iniliule the follow ln inc dents:
iiiin i.-oninent tor James M. SIi'.Nn- . . .....
. James h. kfcNamara plead guilty
nara the eonfeaaed murderer and (o d '
irobably lor fourteen years lor hla umpr (h( TB)M .
irother. The men a lives are con- ing n 0.t()l((r 190 iim (..lllliim tnJ
aldered saved. lPllth of twenty-one persons.
The great contention that the i.os John J. McXamara secretary ol' the I
Vngeles Times was not dynamited is international Brotherhood of BtrUO-1
dead beyond resurrection or arttt tural Iron Workers brother dl Jamea I
nent B. did not enter a plea to the Indiot-
VVbj Hid Jamea Confess? ment similarly charged but when he
Tonight as the two brothers sni' is arraigned next Tuesday It Is vlrtu-
together in the county jail retuatngjally certain proceeding! agaiiit him
o see anyone all talk lump about j on this charge will be dismissed as
he question with reference to James the state admit It has no evldetn o
r NcNamara and "why ho con- connecting John J. McNamara.
leaaed." Basy on John J. and kfcSIanlgal
"He was Counselled to confess he. j) j. McNamara however plead
aiise that was the best thing he guilty to the charge of having caused
ould do In the opinion of counsel' the explosion of the Llew ellyn Iron
aid Attorney Clarence s. Daurrow.l work in which no fatalities occurred
hlef of counsel for the defense. "F District Attorney John D. Frederick
vlll sa now I hat there w as no other I will recommend Imprisonment for
end Irienda Tin y crowded Into the
chamber ind even ewarnied into th
iiig n)apr enclosure where many
seal hud bseU vacated b) repm
who nine had IXMfl tlnle ami in-
tended to retura for de'elopment
mole sensational than those given the
Jtir Among those in the CTOWd War
deteclhes for Dot Ii sides malty Womafl
and even a babt thai smitted an ui-
most slmultsneons plea with that of
guilty by .lohn ii. McNamara.
on Wires within two Heconds
A nines of heads b alled forward BX
paotantl) as tits hour for the reoon
venlng of court approached Tensely
Mailing was a IQUdd of newspaper
men who hud Waited to no avail
through a mase of possibilities todaf
In detenu lie tile reason for the sud-
den halting of the morning's proceed
itiRs. Three iittie boxes concealing
telegraph wires were prepared fur the
developments and In less than two
seconds alter the word guilty left the
mouth of each defendant the news
was being flushed forward
fames B. Tbought of BrotlMf
seated with District Attorney Fred-
ericks was his entire stuff. Facing
him was Clarence s. Darrow and the
three associate counsels for the de-
fendant James B McNamara at
first took a eat lo ne side as usual
with two deputies but soon Attorney
ptodlug or attcinptiiir to explode
dynamite Bttrogl) ctrlne i in tha
building a or near the building adja-
cent to the Uewellyn lion works
Von have been arraigned on thai n
dictment and entered your plea ot
not guilty. Do .von now wish to with-
draw that plea of n gi-ilu '
this time to p
defendant I ib
lie Also ri ads
Mr. Frederick- J. .1
you bine hereAofori
.Mill . .
on this iiidictiiieii This is the llni
agreed upon for you lo ii nl to th
same. Do you wan: to plead guilty or
The defendfbt Guilty
Mr. Kredartoka (lulity your honor.
sc odd Scilti l ce on Ihc Mil.
ro- court-Wail i will appoint the
time lor pronouni'lns the judgment
ill this case at 10 o'clock a. m . De-
cember j ion which n next Tues-
day There was a great rush for the en-
closure where the nttorneya sal until
court adjourned. A group flocked
FBI IS H EXPERIENCE OF I CH II
iCOlUl All INDIAN U WILL HELP LID
Sli i XsTO
III T I I A I I I
ll HI M I I'l l C-
I I'M I Mi Ul Rltltll III OF I OV.
GO 1 1 l i -- HOME K KB1 1 V
I it I l KI M Us) ol I IFF.
OWNKB of TfMEB in LARES sir.
I I ION -.nm hi o m;h .
' I I I I ORG WIZ till in.
! N9 BIC PROBLEMS ARE UP HE RAD A CHARMED LIFE SHOULD AID IKE CAUSE
Flouting ii in Is Reduced to
Managabte ltasi Proaeni Needs
eii HuiwUed hi Cash
lal of op
iii the i
...... .... .....it . i. i i ... i 111 .1 John .1 hut .Iiiile Waller llrlw ell !
his case for month. It presented a alone enn fix the sentence ortle K.
tone wall." Mc.Manlgal who confessed to having
Negotiations on rnr Week actually blown up the Llewellyn iron
Mr Harrow's slii I .tm. n I wan .na.le i works In 1310 at the direction of
vhlle looking SQUarely In the face!
if the recent hinges that Bell II
i'ranklln an Investigator employed
iy th- defened and tWd others with
iim. might have precipitated a ajt
latlon untenable save for the con-
aaalon of th- prleonerg
"Negotiations have been on for
(veeka" aaaerted Darrow and this
vas concurred in by District Attorney
i'redeinkM. "We expected at one
nm Jim would confess late Monday
ait he did not" said Darrow.
N'o External Pressure
Dgrrow alao denied that external
ressure was ex rted from union la-
kor sources and socialist soitr"ea as
Ueneral Harrison litis charged to-
light in a formal Statement or that
he municipal aiecttotl to be held next
I'liesday In Which Job llarrlmnti. one
f the defense OOUOSel Is candidate
for mavor carrleii anv weigiu. n
ua learned thai Harriman was
John J. McNamara win bo brought
to trial but It Is said the sta'e will
recommend a light sentence becauae
he turned stnte's evidence.
Governor kfay 'lake a Baud
Bribery charges against Hert 11.
l'raiiklln a detectiva employed by the
McNamara defense irobably will be
dropped no as Irrevelant to the main
Issue. This completes the part of the
slate of California In the affair but
i District Attorney Frederick! declared
tonight that If the United Slab s got
l eminent instituted proceedings for
any unlawful transportations of dvna-
I mite or anyone else wished to delve
I Into the cause of explosions where
I laborers were Involved It was a mat-
ter In which he had no further con-
cern though this disposal will be glv-
j en to the proper authorities desiring
Take Uni Than 20 Minute.
The court room today was one of
not protracted tension. Sensation fol-
onsulted at all in Hie deliberations.
While sunlit and hoarse Harrl"
nan leaned against the snsfl of his:
fflce. The trial has nothing 'o do!
vlth local issues." he said. '! was1
lowed sensation wrth such repldity
that the crowd hardly realized what
happened in those few momenta of
formal procedure. In less than twen-
ty minutes the big case wn disposed
not culled Into inference because or .iitil tor houre previoiialv there bad
he other attorneys said they did not h Rn uncertain unsatisfied feel-
the loeal situation to be brought " somctning startling vvoiiiu
I knew iiotb.ng of It until af- "L cioseiy goanno was
line inrormanon mat me ipei
I were prepared for almost everything
'except the thing that happened I'
was not thought that after the h: ir-
ons battle waged thus far. one side
Joseph Scott beckon
two men sat together for
ute.s. Scott's arms were
prisoner's neck nnd he counseled
00 U rags for th supreme crisis. H
was Jiinics B MoNamara who bad
bulked at entering Into an arrange-j
ment to pbad guilty If It might af-
fect his brother. He was willing to;
Sacrifice himself but he wanted hla
brother to go free. The attorneys I
however eonvlnoed hint that the bet-
ter course vvus for both In plead guil-'
ly and take their obancea on a mcrei
CTOWd Knew When John IS. (nine.
Word that John B. McNamara was
coming cuiised the first ripple of ex-
Citsment. Be had not visited the court
room since October 11th. when the
trial was begun and the case of the
When he entered it was generally
elicited that thu case hud reached a
CllmaX. He took a seat behind hla
brother and awaited development:
Between two deputies he sal chewing
gum and smiling. Once he turned a
flushed face toward the crowd and
observed It in silence.
The bailiff rapped louder than usu-
al when Judge Walter Bordwell
mounted the ben' h. Instant silence
"The people versus McNamara" re-
marked the court and Attorney Le-
ROmpte Davis of the defense arose.
"Your honor" he declared "the de-
fendant I in court. In thi case the
people versus McNamara that is now
on trial may It please the court after
a long consideration of the matter and
final consultation between counsel for
the defendant We have concluded to
Withdraw the plea of not guilty and
have the defendant enter In his case
a plea or guiltv : anil we iikc ooursa
we Intend to pursue with reference to
.1. J. McNamara in the case of
people against him. wherein be 1
charged with having destroyed the
Uewellyn Iron works or with hav-
ing pluccd dynamite at the Mewellyn
Iron works. We have sent for him
Mr. Darrow will he here presently.".
Attorney Fredericks Mr. Clerk
Will you let me have the papers in
thla case'.' Mr. i'-)'k. This case is
Number 8031 isnT it"
The clerk tha' Is the case at the
i to congratulate.
Illlll- I Ol
about the n
lie Slllllell 1
In return -not u
Frederic'. No Sliyliw'k.
" 1 don't want a i" und ol flesh."
he explained. "1 look at this from
two viewpoints. As a lawyer l want-
ed t'tcse men to plead gulltj because
the) were guilty; because the evidence
we gathered showed them guilt) be-
yond any doubt. Bui BS a man. I
want to say that if I can recommend
Olio. illlll cash on
at. tig debt and
PrlSI o SUV :
laT fat me.
M ga slim at b) a lode
Hlrj Once Inn Bai
Troop of CgVa
ion ii. is
New Orleans Mobile Ohi
Stock calll for raising ot money.
As far as mal iiiing obligations urn
concerned the BVIann hu Inn m
WOrrV about at least In the Durrani
The company provided in ud-
lor fi4T0000 of the 14710-
maturing In the eur
u less severe punishment than death
or be merciful In anyway and ul the
same time rid union labor of its de-
sire to use vengeance to obtain its
end l want to do that tiling."
Hard Struggle Bays Darrow
Around Attorney Clarence 8. Dar-
row gathered a crowd too. From
loo tin o eul loners wanted lo know
v... ii ..ii i nn.i un.i uhv i rnr. i woo.ooo three-year gold notes must
row's face was pale. The long wrin-
kles ill Ills cheeks looked es-ll deeper
than usual and'ho talked In a low 1 of that year.
husky voice thul Indicated greut fu- j Fnder these circumstance nnd
tiguo. with the avowed Intention of thu
"it was a hard struggle to bring I management to develop their exlst-
this about but it wus the best tiling : lug lines without making extensive
rent fiscal year. The r
1360000 was paid on August 1 last.
The monthly quarterly and semi-
annual payments on th. various
equipment trust obligations mature
to the amount Ol 11714010 during
tho your. These cun be taken euro
of without additional financing.
In I he fiscal year ended Juno 30
1HFI not only d ies about IH. 700000
of equipment notes mature but 17-
Tohooke Klanitahu w the old Osage
Indian of Tulsa who of late v ears lias
mined lulu something of a wanderer
Is back in Tuba after an absence of
s i in i months lie tails of the visit
rccsnU) to Bdmund Qasneau Chouteau
i.e Querrlere In a little brush tape
mi iii. banks of the Canadian river
near Watonga oklaboitiu.
Hundreds of Incidents thnt would
make the most stirring pint Cor "yel-
low hack'' novels oame into Querrli re's
s stance as common place things thul
were "ail rn the day's work'' accord-
ing to the story told by Klnmtuhaw.
The son of a Krcnch fill her uud u
full-id I Cheyenne Indian mother
he was aligned first wllh one side and
s Vs II 1 III PROOV OF V II r
in: BAD i oNi iiii VTLi EX.
I'l i i i ii i i;i im i i it vi.
CANT BELIEVE II
retaining tnen . th(.
I be paid by Mar
1911 and II-
notca by June
could have happened'
did the best 1 could.
M M IHNERY
Work on Foundation Progressing
Rapidly sixty Days to iniuii
Pump Altec Its Arrival.
M i .
J. It. McNa
r II happened
Harriman Hot in on Deal.
a brother l) affection boardkrlng
ill worship It became known tonight.
xlsted between James McNamara
nd Mr. Hiirrlniun.
"Joe Is not In on this deal" James;
t. McNamara reiterated with Insls-
ence borne of one great Ideu. "I
Ion I are what happens to me."
"M- mind was made known lo
District Attorney Fredericks who
conferred continually with Darrow
down Its nrm so willingly
nnd even so happily- for
lM .rU...r omll.1 lo..l .m I t'tlll' fnr pr ill' 111! lng lor J
and appeared as they have nn other
da confidently unconcerned
A Bftby l'l. iuleil Too.
Although there are many persona
tonight who claim to have had
advance on the 'nformation which
nd Darrow s colleagues Attorneys came out today the d'strlrt attorn-v
roinpte Davis. Joseph gnott andna not sure until Just before noon.'
'yrua kirNutt ol Indiana. A solu- that there were to he development.
Ion finally was
Jti'ir that John
iitmi In the propo-
ktl Nuinara plead-
In the cohrt room. Then he told his ( on Indietm.-nt
assistants and all brought their wlvea were charged
will you stand up
Miliums III Flea.
Fredericks Mr. J. B McNa-
you have heretofore been ar
raigned on this Indictment Number
(III and Otered a plea thereto of
hot guilty. Do yoU wish to withdraw
that plea ol not guilty?
The defendant Yes sir.
Mr. Fred--ricks-The prisoner an-
Mr. Fredericks- J. B McNamara
you have berstof been arraigned
on this Indictment as stated before
and yon have withdrawn your plea of
not guilty. Do you wish now to plead
at this time?
Make Flea ol Guilty
Mr. Davis At this time yes sir.
Mr. Fredericks To this Indictment
Number list charging you with the
crime of murder do vou plead guilty
or not guilty?
The defendant Guilty!
Mr. Fredericks QuHty your honor.
Do the court und counsel for the de-
feneS wish to take up the other case?
The court 1 will dispose of this
matter and fix the time for sentence.
What is the numbel of the section of
the ode With respect to sentence?
.Mr. Ford -1011 of the penal code
Mr. Fredericks The court can
make the sail rder with regard to
the other case if you wish to proceed
with It at thin time.
MM Fives Ben tepl c Day.
Th" court I will make the order
In thla case and then I Will take up
the other. The court appoints the
Namara's cae nt In o'clock nn Tues-
day the lith day of December 1911.
Mr. Fredericks Let me have the
paper In the other case. J. J. Mc-
Namara. will you stand up. please?
John 1. Withdraws nag
Mr. Frederieks--J. J. McNamara.
joii have heretofore been arraigned
No. 5S In which you
w ith the crime of ex-1
AVord was reielved yesterday by
tho Tulsa water works department
i that the first shipment of the new
machinery for thu pump station had
boon Shipped tlnis week from the
I factory at Milwaukee it "111 take
i . ... . . i.
the I 1 1 i-l n in c.u s to carry an in no-
: pans lo in nig six minimi sauiuii
! pump whi h "hen in operation
will more than double the present
dally capacity ol the plant and give
Tulsa a water supply sufficient to
I furnish a city Of aO.OOO people.
Work on the foundation for the
new pump at the water work's plant
; Is progressing rapidly. It Is to be
! tho largest solid block of concrete
ifor commercial purposes in the stat
'of Oklahoma. Th handsome new
pump station which Is to be the tin-
iest in the siai. will probably be
Irompb ited ab U( the same time th
I new pump is placed in operation. It
I till take at b ast sixty days to In
: xall the pump after It has artlVedi
addltons Frisco may bs expected to
do Utile financing this year although
new equipment if puroheged
(all for additional ciilpmeiit
notes. Of course stronger rouds than
Frisco would not care to get illong
viih a floating debt. Nevertheless
Frisco In the fiscal year ll'll de-
posited sufficient cash to take cam
of bllgattons which might huvu been
left to the present year. The amount
taken care of a I least six months In
advance was 14470000.
Floating debt of (111141 on June!
30 1911 compares with mors Hum;
$ii uoo ouo on the corresponding dale
In 1910. The comparative Improve-!
ment was brought about principally'
by the redemption of 4(tt070 bills
payable by means of the sale of (4s
2HO.0O0 and (1 :100.10a) was obtain-j
Leal year the company made a
gross Increase of (11111000 In fun-
ded debt and equipment obligations!
and a net Increase ot 2o32so9!
after satisfaction of maturing Obll-I
gallons and after provision for the
advance payments The road may be
more fortunate Ibis your barring en-
in the countleea
between the whites ami the
liiiliiins for supremacy in the great
is'. lie "whacked bulls" along tho
desolate nm lies ol the Santa If trail
when he was little more than a boy.
lie mile forays with such famous wur-
riots as t'usler Hancock Sheridan
and I 'ai r.
Haw "Palefaoo" Kcaipod.
.More than once he saw scalps of
the "palefaces" gathered as trophies
of grai or saw bands of hostile and de-
fiant Indians run dowu and shot lo
death by United Slates troops. Mt'.ny
a time be escaped Capture with its
certain nonssrj u snces of terrible tor-
ture nnd death In the internecine
v.ars of the Indian tribes. A whole
troop of cavalry shot at him once and
he Hid unharmed later eluding the
will ' soldiers completely. Another time
trust I " 'iile hunting alone he was saved he
says by a vision or miraculous mirage.
i.e ctuerriera or Ouerrler us he
now is known was bom In a Chey-
snne camp mi the Smoky Hill river In
1140 Be father William Querrlere
was post sutler al I On I.ariiiiile ami
an Indian trader
under the firm nai
Edmnnd Guerrler's mother Tab-
tah-tolS-neh died of cholera In 1842
and ho was sent two veal's later to
I Ihc Catholic mission school irhlch la
j novv St. Mary's college In Kansas. In
llgl he went to St. Louis university.
The death Of his father a year later
! caUSSd the boy tO be taken to the
I heme f hi guardian Henry F. May-
er who lived on a farm near Colling
seeks Uvllhood On Plains
W hin Querrier was 21 years old
Mayor gave hlm (1. 900 remaining
from his father's estate and told him
to "go and see the world.'' The plains
1 culled him and he went west reaching
With "Set" Ward
10 of Ward 4i Uuer-
forseon development as the float-
ing debt was reduced to a manag.ilde
Th" net Increase of about Slo-
1000000 Ifkdebl 1 mainly accounted
for as follows III retirement of
S4.S.13.07O bills payable In Slui 1716
Arrested for Einbeaaleiiicnt
IiAHKD" Tex . Nov. 30. Leo Fl. r-
ros charged With iho embezzlement of
S5.000 of haul; notes of the Itanaci
in ll 20H
to Kansii City Fort
to annas CitCy Fori
Naclonal do Mel 1 0
from the office of the Wells-Fargo
F.xpress company at ltlncon Antonio
was arrested to 1 iy. Young Flerroe
was turned ovi r lo the officers by his
father who not fled them htat his
son was In his room nsleep nnd told
them to come nnd get him.
which was taken Scott A Memphis 1171011 addition
i.e..nrtortb. Kan. by steamboat in
lilt and Immediately taking a Job
with a bull train headed "V'T the Sau-
te l o trail for Fort Union N. II.
For the next two years Huerrlcr led
roving life but In 1114 when the war
between the Indians and the govern-
ment were at their height we find
him encamped with a part Ol the
Cheyenne tribe on Band creek not far
from Denver There with tltierrler us
one of the prlnclpu! figures the Sand
I'reek massacre took place.
Don't Put Off Shopping.
etc. to Kansas City Memphis Si Hir- "It seems Incredible that we were
mlngham and in lsotr49 addition j not killed." said Querrier "but as a
to disi nt on bunds can led in sua-1 matter of fact we were not touched al-
penee to i- charged off in annual though bulltg actually rained all
Installment. - around us. I went through seven
From the fact that S02.2:3 was years of border wurfare unmarked by
' bul ged lo profit ami loss for bond a bullet f-oinellmes I think 1 must
discount besides Sl.N01.i4li added to have borne a charmed life.
suspense it appears that Frisco's solo! snviil t3eneral Hgayonk's Mf-.
of S19.HI1 Oflll bonds and SqUlpaMntl Querrier once saved the life of Hen-
trusts cost h disc. unit of S200!r802 eIa Hancock during a conference
or about 13 1-4 cent on each dollar I between the Indians and the general's
raised. The most unfortunate tag
tun of Frisco's sll nation yet to be
charged lo profit and loas In annual
installments. The total on June 30
lust wa almost (11110000 The
( barge this n-nr can only be approxi-
mated but nreaumabi) it will he
ulese to (1000000 In DUO S4S0.194
v 1- so charged and In 1 909 ' 1 2 . -lit
Frisco has completed Its
charges to profit and loss for depre
rial on period to 1907 In
The company now
charges for seprecl
meflt In Its current
staff. t'hbfs Hull Hear. Tall Hear
and Koinan Nose represented the In-
iiians at this conference and while It
as In progress liiiertler stood at (len-
eial Hancock's side. While the men
were talking Hull Hear kept pushing
(iuerrler away but each time he did
s f'.eneral Hancock caught hlm by
the sleeve nnd pulled him back again.
year later when peace had been re-
stored the Indians told Huerrler I hat
makes all Its
tin of equip-1
the value of i they had decided to make a final le
nd dismantled. """1 "'on 'ncra. nances i.nu
shoot him aown 11 11 were lesupNiH.
Bull Hear was trying to get Querrier
out of the reach of harm. It devel-
oped that oth.r Indian In tho'crowd
had dissuaded Human Nose from the
One of the sternest disciplinarians
tthWM$W9$W$f&?llft$t'&''i'1) who led troops in the west wai Qn"
I . i;.rg' . I'ustcr. who perl-died
when his entire command was over-
whelmed by Indiana In the famous
massacre n the Utile Pig Horn rlv-
$:er. While Ouster waa campaigning
:) against 'he pla ns Indians desertions
from bis division became ?o freiuent
she Is Forced 10 Consider Them Gail
t.. but I.e. lure. Thai she Knows
i'lu-v rc Inuocent
LOS ANOTUCt Dec 1 Qen. liar-rl.-on
Ore)' "tls. publisher of the
Times. Issued a statement tonight de-
1 hiring (bat be hud inner denied the
right ol labors of nil olujses to or-
ganize and act lawfully and that the
more enlightened leaders among so-
cialists and labor unions "found
themselves iiniiefied and unmanned'
nnd for this reason pressure was
brought on the 11 011. cl nu n to con-
fess. "This ought to be of greut service to
organised labor itself which with the
criminal and monopolistic element
may go on In a career the like of
which II can never achieve by mak-
ing It the alley of veiigeuiice. monop-
oly and crime" says the statement.
"With these elements eliminated
there i no reason why organized la-
bor ma.v not take a defensive stands
In this country."
Of an alliance between socialism
and trade unionists and of the con-
fession ll says: "The result of the
confessions of tl V Numara broth-
ers In open court Is a ijreut triumph
for truth and law. It Is proof of what
we suspected from the outset: that
this union exempted crime that wua
inspired by organized labor; that it
waa done by desprruto members of
organized labor who knew before
band that they would have the sym-
pathy of their lawless fellows; their
lawlessness Is out nt reason."
.Mother Can't Believe it.
CINCINNATI I'. I. Had a bolt
descended from u clear sky. It could
not have cast a greater ghado of
gloom over the home of James H. and
Jam. j. McNamara In Cincinnati)
than did ;he news of their pleas of
"I know my boys are innocent!"
wuiied Mrs. Mar) MoNamara their
grief -stricken mother "I am forced
to believe that they have pleaded
guilty but I know they are Innocent."
When questioned as to her plans and
as to whether she would go to Los
Angeles to see her boys she snld;
"I don't know. In fact I cannot
decide upon anything now." sj
Tears that hud been bravely held
back during this short Interview cam
to the surface and In a burst ol sor-
row the aged mother was led Into
another room by her daughter Miss
WASHINGTON Dec. 1 . il;la-
homa fair Sat'irdav and Sunday not
mich change in temperatures.
command. Vigorous measures conse-
quentty were taken to stop them but
the men's spirits were broken by th
hardships f th campaign and still
they kept deserting.
"One day while I wua riding with
Custer's troops" mid Querrier ' my
horse's back got sore and I got Into a
wagon I was lying there amid a lot
of miscellaneous freight when t
heard Ueneral 'lister lniilrlng for
me. I knew what was coining iinn (
had no desire to participate In It so
I lay low In the wagon. The driver
hud BOt seen 1110 get In. ao I escaped
"1 heard Custer then order Major
Joel Flllott to ride forward with a
detachment ami shoot down some e.
sertirs who could he seen far ahead
of us on the prairie moving palnfullv
away on foot. An ambulance wmi
along and the men were out of sight
when the shooting took place. Whon
Custer rein hed Fort Wallace he was
urrested for shooting 1 - rters."
. lgRJ DEATH SI mi N 1 j
I KT JnSFI'H. Mo.. Dec. 1. 9
At g meeting of the Central 9
representing all the labor tin- 9
lona of the city resolutions 1
were adopted tonight unani-
penalty for the M. Namaras. 9
WlilM II IM.I I V
NANKING Dec. 2 -anklng
baa fu lien. The entire city Is
occupied by Insurgents.
Since alfalfa s a permanent crop
the ground should be prepared with
more care than Ordinarily making It
level free trim stones or other la
.v... . . . ... . . . . ...... threaten disruption of the o n : uberanres.
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