Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 132, Ed. 1 Sunday, February 18, 1912 Page: 1 of 18
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MECHANICAL DEVICE USED To
GET EVIDENCE AGAIN tl
Dl N VMlTKRg
HAVE EVERY CONVERSATION
VOU Mi's or RECORDS SAVE
BEEN sf.ci RED IN THIS
CONSPIRATORS FOUND II
Government Attorney Told A tout it
After' KriiiK Convinced '( vias
nt No Portlier in .
JNDJANAl'oLIfl Feb. it. -Whatever
Prank U. Ryan anjA other In-
dicted union olBolaUi havs suid In
their other ;i limit Iho dynamite con-
spiracy since last October is alleged
to novo i '" learned by the govern
men! through a report today.
A phonographic device hidden un-
der drawer In S Vlopk about which
Ryan the president Herbert 8.
Hookln ths Hocretary treasurer
ami J. t. Butler first vioe-presldoni
and other Olflceri conferred coiycrn-
Ing their defense pleas Is said to
bnve enabled Iv.-o government steno-
grapher! In a room below to take
dally r ports of the conversations.
The use of the device was dl'llos-
cd today when the government de-
ride I It was no longer of value bo-
cause n woman clerk In Ryan's of-
fice was heard to day "Well I sup
pose they are hearing now whatevei
we. sav." That with statements by
Ryan convinced Assistant District
Attorney Clarence Nichols that tin
machine was no longer useful.
Phonographic Device Hidden In Dee
The phonographic device was hid-
den In iho desk ono used by J. J.
McNamara t'1" dynamiter and upon
Which he is alleged to have arrange
his alarm clock schi me for regulat-
ing the tint at which bombs wero to
Discovery of the machine followed
CtOOn after the government had ro-
. iv d intimations that some of the
defendants wore rtatty "to tell all
they knew" about District Attorney
KjHer'i office It was said "something
had been expected" but Mr. Miller
dodined to say what it was.
Mr. Miller said the device had work-
ed satisfactorily for many months
and many volumes of stenographic
notes had been taken and would be
used In the trial. The instrument
was silll' working today when the
following was recorded:
"Woman's voice: I wonder If ono
of those wires goes to the Jail and
whether they are listening to u:
Voice "I suppose so. I wish T
could find out where that sounding
Hookln "Say Ryan do you know
what a dictagraph looks like?"
About As Big As Hat.
Ryan "It's about as big as a hat
I am told but I never saw one."
Hookln "I hear there Ib one on
exhibition ID this city and 1 believe
1 will go and take u look at It."
After that Mr. Nichols said he had
no doubt that Ryan know of the dic-
tagraph. As further showing the operation
of the dictagraph Mr. Nichols gave
out a sample of a conversation known
to have taken place last Wednesday
soon after the arrests wero made:
"Hocktn "Go right In boys. I'll
bo there In a minute."
Voire 'Evidently reporter! Will
all these mm bo able to got bond?'
"Ho-kin "We hope so. but wo
have no no money to furnish."
Voice- "How much money Is thre
in tho Iron workers' treasury?"
Hoi kin "About $20000 1 think.
Voice -"My the way Is McNam-
ara's picture In this group?"
Roc kin "Tea that's him right
Voice "II It your Idea tho govern-
ment will pay the expense of these
men coming to Indianapolis In March
"Hoekln "Well now that puts an
Idea Into my hoad; I hadn't thought
about that. It bents the devil how
there are so many things to thing
about. It seems the government
It vim Was Told of II.
Ryan us then told there was a
dictagraph In Ins olti''e. He consent-
id to have his Informant search the
A quick examination of Ryan's
dosk '.-xposod tho annunciator hank-
ing by its wires against the back
wall of tho desk directly beneath the
lop. Disconnecting the annunciator
was shown to Ryan and then carried
"What do yon think of that?" said
Hyan. ' How did they get In here?"
Wlrnn told tMal records had been
union on Ihe subject of the Inve.dl-
gallon of thu dynamiting eonsplr-
oyy. The wires from the dictagraph an-
nunciator rag from the buck of By.
an's desk through tho floor uud iutu
a room In-low rented by the gnvern-
mciit. Here s.it every day two stoh-
ogrephcri of the federal court with
the receiving apparatus' at their cars.
The stenographer! worked In relays
except ut such time when It was do-
sir1 'I to lake a double rei ord for
Both liyan and Hoekln said they
Were amazed that a dictagraph h.nl
been In operation in the office though
they had spe-uliiled on the possibility
of such an arrangement by the gov
"They are welcome to anything I
havo said" said Hoekln. "None of
my conversations have been Incrimi-
nating because I have done nothing
wTOBg I did suspect some eaves-
dropping scheme but my first
thought was that our telephone
wires might havo been tapped.
Principals In Fort Worth Case
Now Attracting Much Attention
ins nu yMm
Idling Texas for l;i in cnmp.i'iv I lliraM 1 III
with Buyer's brother. The ease Is on. w9asaW ''"SB
ol the must in it i I ones evrr lilr.1 I 'I VwHB "23 .
III 111 BESENTS
Ol' HASKELL MI
I I I i I s THIRTEEN
i i'ki.si a run i s
RUMP" WME HELD
Misi mh km 'AKDING IN CALL DE
LAVED MORNING SESSION
l Mil l Tt RNoov.
they could not arrive mini 11 10 a
III oh the Cat I'UdlMl.l.
I nptl) at 'I p hi. lb'' entile C HI
lenllon wis called to older ami on
motion. .1. If t hauler was el. i I
temporary chairman. This nam i
bediam to break loo.e among ilic (ial.
breath cohorts ad Ihe Brady forces
who now had captured the organise
II. hi moved to another put of the
building and proceeded lo tin li.nn
notion of business resulting In the
unanimous endorsement of Chump
dark for president diaries N. Has
keil for United Stales semitor and
Tate Hrudy for national roinniltt.-r
man first last and ull the lime.
Reporta Ht Brady headquarters at
ii p. m. Indicate thai Tate Brad
will have 812 votes on the first ball !
and will easily gUOCeed himself If
national imltteriiian from okl't
"MERRITT J. QLA88."
GALBREATH SEEWS ELECTED'
one sei is fnatruetod Alooe for Gnt
breaUi ; The Other Inetruoted tor
Brady Haakoll and Clark
OOTJNTV ATTORNEV AND HHER-
ii r oi' OSBEK COl'tfrV
LAW ENFORCEMENT SECN
A Dozen Places Air I'ndcr l.ork and
Key and riav'inrd with In-
junctions Locations Detrij ed
Fob. IT. (Spe-
head! in the
of notorious law
under lock and key and
over with permanent In-
clal.) Two Official
basket and places
Jupnclons is the not result of the
first round with tho law violators of
Bapulpa so long in control that they
thought themselves tmpiegnablo
with a judge on tho bench who fear-
ed and respected and dared to ad
minister tho law as it was ilijtendod
should lie when enacted.
Promptly at 9 o'clock Judge Alj
len assembled court sitting as special
judge in the absence of Judge Stan-
field and ith rights and lift to
jaw In the petition demurrer and
motion presented by the attorneys
of County Attorney V. K. Decker in
au effort Jo save tho bacon of that
official ho had the official In sus-
pension flor neglect of duty In al-
most less time than it requires to
Sheriff John W. Berry still among
the missing followed In rapid suc-
cession to the ouster list. Both I. re
to be given a chance in a weeK to
tell why the order should no: be made
To Iho Well OnOQ Too Often.
With these 'aseH out of the way
tho court turned to a resumption of
tho many eases of tho offenders
against tho liquor law who had fall-
en before the Inquiries of the lttto
special grand jury and tho greater
part of tho remaining hours of the
forenoon were spent la standing
thoso gentlemen up and In ordering
their places of business permanently
enjoined and looked up. These are
tho places which have felt tho weight
of the law's mandates; The Red
Cross Drug store Turner Drug store
OH Exchange The Stag 11 North
Water Ripley Hotel Eagle Restau-
rant Smoke House Buffalo Big
Four and Eureka.
Each of these houses has a repu-
tation all Its own. Tonight they are
all dark and tho clack of the ivory
the tinkle of the glass and tho rattle
of the 'hips as also the shuffle of
tho cards are among tho sounds that
They W r a Surprised Lot.
it would be a hard matter to Imag-
ine a more surprised lot than the
law defying element in Bapulpa tho
past few hours. Following the "get-
ting .them guessing" that the grand
Jury gave them came tho stern hand
of the law as administered by Judge
Allen who scorns to havo some con-
ception of what law was created for.
To say that they are now on the run
would be putting it mildly indeed
They have hardly a peg of hope to
hang upon and today they gathered
here and there in little knots as they
discussed the prospects of gtreener
pastures or wonder whero was tho
exact location of the storm cellar.
There Is a strong movement on
this evening to make still another
movo for the getting of the "gpat"
of other higher-ups w;fiom tho peo-
ple seem to think should have been
Included In the general houseclean-
Ing. and it Is predicted ha; rather
than allow this to happen there may
be some resignations rerordi in a
People whom hove stood for de-
cency and lav and "der are encour-
aged as never before In the history
of this end of the state. They have
had so llile eif'ouragement hereto-
for that the Innovation comes as a
CONGRESS TO MAKE INVESTIGA-
TION INTO CONDUCT OF THE
Ill 1 111! HIM
Do.V'T LIKE THE MEA or BEING
ACCUSED OF COWARD.
AINSWQRTH FIRST WITNESS: FLAYS REP. FITZCERALD
Adjutant General Summoned t Ap
pear Monday with Papers Regard-
ing Charges Again It Him.
WASHINGTON D. C Fob. 17.
Investigation of the war department as
an outgrowth of the differences be-
tween the secretary of war and Gen-
eral Wood and former Adjutant Gen-
eral Alnaworth which culminated In
the hitter's retirement after u threat-
ened court martial no wpractlcally Is
General Ainesworth was subpoened
todny to appear Monday before thu
house committee on expenditures
the war department.
He was directed to produce papers
of tho department relating to the
charges against Major B B. Kay but
members of the committee Includ-
ing Chairman Helm admitted Gener-
al Ainesworth would be usked about
many other things and that tho en-
tire administration of thu war depart-
ment would be Investigated.
In addition to the house Committee
on miliary affairs of which Represent-
ative Hay is chairman will on Mon-
day act on a resolution introduced 1)7
Representative Watklns of Louisiana
colling upon the secretary of far to
produce aK papers correspondence
and orders having hearing on tho let-
ter of Secretary of War Stlmspn to
General Ainesworth sotting forth the
charges of Insubordination which led
to his retirement.
Will Report l'aioral-ly.
Chairman Hayssald today his com-
mittee would report the resolution fa-
vorably and undoubtedly it would be
passed. These papers when prod
Undoubtedly would be turned over to
the military affairs committee and
will bo thoroughly examined. What
tho committee would do In the mat-
ter after examining tho papers Mr.
Hay said was problematical.
Though Chlarman Helm has not In-
dicate dhow far the committee would
go. it was reported that General im-
Baya Ho Would Not Have Paed Such
Language Had lie Been Present
ut thO Time.
Tulsa county will be represented In
the democratic state convention at
Oklahoma City next Thursduy by two
contesting delegations Ode consisting
of IS members each casting one vo.e
endorsed for Tate Brady as national
committeemen c. N. Haakell for the
United Statu Senate and Champ
Clark and the other consisting of It
delegatus each casting one half a
vote Instrin led to Vote as a unit for
Robert Qalbreeth fur national com-
mltteeman. This delegation wan nut
given any other Instructions.
As1 predicted yesterday's county
convention resulted in u split the
Brady forces led by the "Little Na-
poleon" himself bolting the conven-
tion within a few seconds after Coun-
ty Chairman Miller had rapped fur
order. Following the bolt the Gal
i.reath delegation consisting of to out
of tho 55 delegates proceeded calmly
with u carefully mapped out order it
business and guo their delegation
instructions to vote for Galluealb
They .Made the Noise.
The Brady men one dozen BtfOOfi
proceeded to a room across the hall
"WTiero' later according to a statement
by Mr. Brady their forces wore
Swelled to 34 delegates. They pro-
ceeded amid much loose to pass res-
olutions endorsing Brady Haskell and
Owing to a misunderstanding u
the call the majority of the Ut D gates
assembled in the county court room
at ii a. in. Chairman John EL.liilier
of the county central committee thru
announced that owing to a misunder-
standing in the call that tho Oonven.
lion WOUld adjourn until two o'clock
to meet In the superior court room.
Promptly at I O'clOOk Chairman
Miller called tho convention to order.
Hardly hud the echo of his rap lo or-
der died away before W. O Fleming
formerly of Tulsa county but now of
Delaware county a staunch Brady
man placed the name of J. M. Chan-
ler in nominal Ion for tumporurj
chairman. A second was quickly pro-
cured and before Chairman .Mil er
hud a chance to call to a point of or-
der Fleming nmld much excitement.
put the question the Brady DMn re-
sponding with tin- ayes and tho Gal"
breath men responding With a thun-
derous chorus of noes which Ul't
no doubt of the result.
Thru the Rump Convention
At once the Brady men made a
break for the door and proceeded to
hold u "rump' convention.
Following this slight interruption
of business the convention proceeded
electing Judge j. it Clark chairman
Friday I and John D Porter secretary with
j. Burr Gibbons us assistant
Resolutions were udoptud endors-
ing Qalbreath ami then a delegation
of iifi was selected to utteiid thu stare
OOnVentlOO This delegation consisted
of the following: John O. Mitchell Bd
Voder Oscar Howard J. R League.
C. T. Abbott Woodsen Norvell T. D.
Lyons I'shi-r Carson Tom I 'lurk J.
CHATTANOOGA Tonn. Feb. 17.
Captain Richmond Pearson Hobson
congressman from Alabama arrived
In Cattunoogu lute tonight from
Washington. Being shown the Asso-
ciated Press despatch of tho attack
made on him in the House today in
which ho is accused of cowardice
Captain Hobson said:
"In tho ahseiiso of detailed state-
ments It is difficult to make a reply
it is said they used tho word cowurd-
ice upon the floor of tho House. All
I havo to say In connection is thut
1 myself would have reserved such a
word to uso to a man's face. Mr.
Hayes and Mr. Fltsgerald remember
well my repealed efforts on
afternoon to make my statements to
which they take offense upon '.ho
floor it wus their own Interference
with unjustified points of order that
prevented me from making my state
nu nts to their l ues."
"1 notice however that they do
not see fit to uwait my return to
muko another personal attack upan
mo. An examination of the record
will show that 1 made no personal
attuek upon Chairman Hayes in the
first Instance but only on the math
od of procedure. His reply on the
other hand was bitter and personal.
After the session was over 1 went
to his office and explained to him
that there was nothing personal In
my remarks und if he hud been i
full rounded man be would have
promptly removed tho personalities
In his remarks befoer they were pub.
.1 h 'I in tho record.
H i- u Small Soul.
"With the short vision-of a tuna II convention wen- J. II BssHnger C P.
soul he eventually Interpreted niy Chenanlt F. '. Hoi.! J. J. R Hi kes
cull as an effort to get him to change C W Eaton Merrltt Glass W. O
his remarks on account of the dam j Fleming F. M. Houghton. John T.
ago he thought they might do mi Jackson Frank M. M.-Glnittj. W. F.
Tho Galbroatta Etoaolutions.
The fololwing resolution was adopt
ed by the Gullinath conientloii:
Unsolved that the drmorrallo party
f Tulsa county in convention aseero
bled. 1 rth d iv of February HM?. re
new our allegigni s to the principles
of the party us taught by Thomas
Jefferson and renewed and promul-
gated by William J Bryan
Be u resolved thai the delegates
from TuUa oount) to the demooratls
stnto convention at Oklahoma City
i l l t nu ry j::nd era Instructed to vots
as a unit for Robert Gallueath. fOf
national committeeman as long us bin
name Is before the convention and
Resolved further that said dole
gates uso all honorable means to se-
rum Mr. Qalbrssth's sleet! on.
v. c. Ki IGERB Chairman
0 D. JKNAL
ALBERT II. BELL
J. it. LEAGUE
T he lb ady Resolutions.
Whereas ws ths democrats of Tulsa
county In convention assembled this
the 17th day of Krhrunry l!U- hav-
ing a feeling of goodwill to all men
and B zealous determination to carry
our democratic banner to victory tills
roiiilng year and pledging ourselves
to tho fallhful support of the nomi-
nees of our party and
Whereas realize Hint victory
at the P0lS depends Upon ths selec-
tion of capable men for various offi-
ces to be filled therefore lie It
Resolved that In view of the great
experience the sterling ability and
unusual qualifications Of the fearless
bader Champ Clark that we Instruct
our delegation to the state convention
to do all In their power to further the
election i f a Champ Clark delegation
from Oklahoma to the natlonul con-
vention. (2.) That wo further express our
appreciation of loyalty to Charles n.
Haskell and pledge oursel-. es to use all
(Continued on page I)
CLOSE 10 CLARK
Cole Willium Htrj ker
Phllo LoCkWOOd H.
El win Col-
li. Wile .X
RETI its INDICATE A TOSS IT
Hl.TW BEN THEM IN OKLA-
1. HARMON IS NOT IN IT
in the Lead
(Special.) At 1
morning with sixty
ty-slx counties of
IV b. 17
five of the seven
from Clark had th- lead over Wil-
son In the presidential contest. At
that hour the returns showed a tot
al of l'Jil instructed delegates to vote
II SNEED 111
SON ol ll RDKRED Mt PROVI l
A good ITNEMM IN III II L1
OP THE STATE.
. BOYCE TAKEN SICK
II. O. Clayton Hurry Argus Con JL.ni t
W. C. Rogers. Jack Craig 8. R. Lewis
J. N. Ingram Willing! Endlcott MIJ
Self Joe Poulter und K. If RoWo.
Will Qo i nfnsstraeted
These lb-legates were given llo In
StrUCtioni aside from those In the nu.
tional committeeman fight and it
could not be ascertained which of thj
three presidential candidates had 3
majority as Ihey sri-uied to be faltl
The delegates elect d by ths BrndV
when my mission to
to make plain to him
wards chief of the bureau of Insular i own position and explain theri a
nothing personal Intended In my re
marks. Mr Fitzgerald had no legit
taken of conversations In 'b" ofllee . surprlce that ran hardly bo rowel v-
last October. Ryan said tho govern- ed. They have an appetite for more.
ment must have transcript of many I The officials whom Judge Allen ap
conversation between offlclsle of thcjpolnted In the places of the depoeed
afafirs. would be summoned as a wit-
ness. Conduct of nfafirs In the Phil-
ippines and Porto Rico Is said to be
a matter Whit h committeemen wish
to probe and they believe General
Ainesworth ran bo of service in this
officers guarantee that there Is to
be no one let up In the pursuit of
law violators. J. W. Overstreet. mrdn
county attorney Is one of the Just-
tlces who have a record for making
the pathway of the bootlegger a
thorny qne. He comes from Drlstow.
Holmes Davidson while a sheriff s
deputy was a relentless dlsturbsr vf
the bootlegger's paradise.
imate plan in the controversy bo
tween Mr. Hay and myself Ho his
only himself to blame for any dlS
comfort bo has experienced 1 win
see from tho record Just what Mr.
Hays has said In my absence and w II
take such action as Is called for In
the premises. I do not know wheth t
caused them to Interfere ulth me
I making my statement on th- floors
I of the House. They rertalniy did not
; find rowardp e In my remarks js
i printed. In using that word myself
1 1 would not have chosen a time wh -n
a man was absent nor would I ha.e
cnosei: the floor or tho House to
make the charge.'
Chambers J. II. Thomas and J. D.
Barlow. They were Instructed for
Brady Haskell and Champ Clark.
The following statement as Issu
by Mr. Brady's manager last night:
'The attempt of the Ualbrealh
es to hold a snap convention In the
county court room at 11 o'clock a. m
Instead of In the supeilor court room
at 2 p. m . as provided In the official
call was neatly nipped In the buJ
by the Bradyltes today who forced
John H. Miller leader of tho Gal-
breath forces to adjourn his snap eon
ventlon until 2 p. m. at the Official
Had the neatly laid plans foi a 11 a.
m. snap convention prevailed It would
have shut out many county deleg.r
for Clark In the state convention to
bo held in Oklahoma CHy i-icxt
Thursday while 1"0 delegates had
been Instructed for Wilson the thlr-ty-onu
ibl.gates from Oklahoma
county though UnlnstTUCted will be
for Wilson bringing his total del-
egation from the 65 counties up to
The balance of power lb s wi ll IhS
unlnstfucted delegations. The dele
gallons from many counties in cord-
ing to the early reports were not In-
structed. Tho number of delegates
from these counties :otal lit Hur-
mon secured no delegation
Robert OalbreaUl Of Tulsa Is In
tho lead for national comsnlttooman
Not a county according to tho early
Indications Instructed for Tate Hr t.lv.
of ths counties reporting six In-
ItrUCtsd for Oalbreath. giving him
ait oeienwies. "iiiuiiii oi nisisnwra ":
fore- inr. ih h-i ii 01-1. r .....
Instru-ted delegats. Thirty-s. v n
delegates ore Instructed for John It
Dooiin. Pittsburg coattty Instructed
for D. W. Hal (sty and Pontotoc coun-
ty Instructed for John P Crawford
Dr. Weber of BaftlsdVills I IVfd
tho endorsement of the Washington
county delegation. Six counties en-
dorsed the candidacy of Charles
Haskell for United Mates Kftstor
while only one Logan endorsed
Senator Owen It may bo stated
I Hi M . INTERRI PTED FOR
Till SECOND TIME BV ILLNESS
ACED WOMAN TESTIFIED
Gril l haired gist ut Mrs BoyCC T old
n strong Story of the Family
icrt by Boyce
FORT Worth. Tex. Feb. i:.
Henry Hoyce's simple story of Al O
Boyce's trip to Fort Worth to tuke
atrs L. na Bn I from a sanitarium
hen a trip that was Inspired Henry
Hoyco said by n letter from Mrs
Bused begging Al Boyce "for God's
sake to come and take rns ttwoy" '
lias Ihe I ailing event of the trial Sat-
urday. Illness of Mrs. A. G. Boycs kept the
state from following Its program nnd
paused the adjournment of court at
t -l" o'clock. Excitement and ner
VOUS strain for the past months is
assigned as tho caiiRo of her Illness
h H sspeoted -lie will bo able to take
the stand Monday
Despite the fact that Boyce was on
cross examination throughout the
morning the Impression of the day's
testimony received by the thousand
or more hearers who crowded into
Hie court room today in which J. IS.
Snood Is on trial for the killing of
Captain A. G. Boyce was that the day
was what might be called a "prosecu.
K amorist on the Stand.
Thin Impresario n ran undoubtedly
l.e trai l d directly to four things. First
ol' these is the fact that Henry Boyce
made a "good witness" on cross exam-
ination in fuel far hi tler wus the Im-
pression he made Saturday than that
he in ol. while under direct examina-
tion Friday afternoon. Tho second
i i gson Is the testimony given by Miss
Mary Hamilton the gray hatred sister
of the wife of Captain Boyce. fhe took
lb. stand early during the aftertiooo
session of the court and though her
i nice was somewhat feeble and failed
to carry at times to the furthest Jur-
ors her testimony which concerned
chiefly events In the Hoyco home
where she lived Just prior to and aft-
er Al Hoyce and Mrs. Sneed left Fort
Worth was direct and coining from a
woman of her age was tho sort oppos-
ing attorneys usually don't make
much effort to question before a jury.
The third reason was the Introduction
as a witness of the humorist of the
day. Henry Biggins of Odessa for
fourteen years gpunty and district
clork of Ector county Texas. The
fourth is a letter from Captain Boyce
to a Chicago man written something
more than a week after llio arest of
Boyci and Mrs. Sneed.
Henry" Boycu's cross examination
was concluded soon after tho noon re-
cess and after a rapid fire of uuestlons
asked alternately by counsel for the
prosecution and Befi nse he w as allow
ii lo leave the stand.
-r. i ssi:s bill to
CIVIL WAR CLAIMS
Efforts to Attach French spoliators'
Claims Igfltn Falls to Get
WASHINGTON Feb. 17. Civil
war claims aggregating $1556091
were approved to'iy by the house
through the passage of the omnibus
bill. Tho attempt to attach to the
bill an amendment for the payment
of the fSOO.tOO of French spoliation
claims already approved by the court
of 'Inlnis was unsuccessful. The
bill would pay !."e7 separate claims
for dainagesc to property.
AujAtro-Hungnrton Minister nics.
VIENNA Feb. 17.-Count Alois
I..- a AeBrenthat AuspHuagarlon
minister of foreign affairs died Uils
evening. Count foil Aerenthal had
been suffering for the past month
from leucocythacmla a disease char
in in I -.. I by profound changes In the
hi I and Internal organs uud no
hopes wero entertained for hie re
Hons Including th Broken Art.. -nnd
Bowls delegations of six all i f
I whom were Instructed for Hrady nil Bona
made no effort to secure the endorse
ment of the various sisuhty cm n-
Gets 11000000 Inheritance
CHICAGO.. Feb. 17. William
r son of the late Vt.irren
Springer east off during his father's
Ufa ..ed all but disinherited by the
latter's will It Mas reported today
bad been found in Little Rock. Ark.
He win receive $1000000 of the
LOCAL WEATHER YESTERDAY
The temperature: Maximum. 01;
minimum S4. Southwest wind. Partly
. loudy. Tle re was a trace of ruin.
W "SHI NOT( 'N. Feb. 17. Forecast
Oklahoma: Generally fair Sunday
mil Monday; moderate temperature
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Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 132, Ed. 1 Sunday, February 18, 1912, newspaper, February 18, 1912; Tulsa, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc133542/m1/1/: accessed January 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.