Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 287, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 16, 1913 Page: 1 of 8
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IH MAMl TIIVI' IMPIIYCIHO .OV-
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WILL PERFORM ALL DUTIES
Armed (Guards Arc Tnnilil Piieliij;
l'j mill 1iimi In I nun ul' llu'
AI.HANY N. V. Aug. 15. Martin
II. (ilynn cheelimnto.l tonight the
movement of William Sulzer to Invoke
the arbitrament of tin? courts on the
linstioii us to which of Hie two is
t lit- present lawful chief executive of
the Mate of New York.
Jtt'lilyiliK to u f . .1 ina 1 proposal I '
the impeached execul ive to suhlnit the
issue to adjudication of nil agreed
Male of fails .Mr. (ilynn tonight de-
declared ii vii heyoiul Ins powoi
to "barter aw a) any of the functions
Ultiielieil to lln- iil'l'ne ill which 1 am
placed hy your impeachment."
"Any attempt on my part to tin so"
he said "or to stipulate a method hy
which it might I"- li'Uie woiil.l prop-
erly place lie- in the position you now
occupy thai of being imp. .idled for
malfeasi nee in office."
.Ml. (ilynn . I cln i .il further that he
proposed to pi rl . .l in every function f
the office of governor "except in.-... fai-
ns I am ro:-lra'iieil hy your illegal ac-
tion or hy phi sical force."
I. ale iinouni eini-nl.
The aniioiiiM cmeiit of the lieiiteii-
ii ii t governor's policy came Lite lo-
night "ml followed negotiations be-
tween respective counsel for the two
men late this afternoon which it was
then supposed had resulted in u vir-
tual ugi cement to lake tile case to thu
court of appeals.
Mr. Glynn's letter addressed to the
"Hon. William Sulzer." and signed aa
"artiiiK ('overnor." follows:
"liear Sir--I have your letter of
this date refusim; to comply with my
demand this day served upon -you
that you surrender to me your suc-
cessor in exercising the functions of
the office of governor the Hovcrnor's
private seal the executive chnmher
und the hooks and papers appertain-
ing to BUell of lice of Kovernor. At the
end of your letter thus rcf u.iiiii'. you
HUKUost that tilepM lie taken to secure
a decision hy some court as to which
one of us Is entitle!! to exercise tho
duties of office.
"I know of no way hy which 1
could make und no condition that
would justify me in making any such
stipulation. The constitution was le-
HiKlied to mill I am advised and hc-
lii'Ve does specifically and completely
cover the juncture now existing and
is supplemented hy statutes passed hy
the legislature and now In force.
Can't Barter Power.
"It is beyond my power to barter
away any of the functions iittachlm? to
the office in which I am placed hy
your impeachment. Any attempt on
my part to do would properly place
me in the position you now occupy
that of beiiiK Impeached for nialfeas-
anse in office. I cannot und will" not
attempt to do it.
"The entire matter now is in tho
highest court of the stale the court
of Impeachment. No order that any
lower court could make; no Judgment
that it could render would have the
KliKhtest hindlni; force upon this hmh
court. No member of the court of ap-
peals certainly no member of tho
lower body the supreme court In nny
degree nor under any circumstances
omild interfere with the Jurisdiction
of such court of impeachment save
and save only as the members of the
court of appeals shall cast their in-
dividual voles as such members of the
"The decision of the rourt of im
peachment once made is bindini? on
every court and every person in the
Ktiite. and must be so respected and
treated. Any attempt to interfere with
the jurisdiction or proceedings of such
court of Impeachment by any mem-
ber of any lower court would be as
futile as would any attempt of a jus-
tice of the peace to enjoin the chief
Judge of the court of appeals from
exi rclsing his functions as such chief
"The constitution has forced this us
the only way for the settlement of the
matters now pending. I know of no
other mid I must therefore decline to
enter Into any stipulation whatever
with you on the subject.
Will Perform Dutiim.
"I hold myself In readiness to per-
form and shall perform every func-
tion of the office of governor except
Insofur as I am restrained by your Il-
legal action or by physical force."
The letter was delivered to Mr. Sul-
7cr at the executive manaion tonight.
Mr. Ulynn motored to his country resi-
dence tonight after a consultation
with hlit counsel.
Governor Sul.er left the executive
chamber early and after a short spin
In an automobile returned to the malt-
Piiin. The doors of the executive suite at
the capltol were securely locked to-
night while guards paced up and down
both within and without In the cor-
ridor. It was said the guards would
continue the vigilance throughout the
The serious condition of itrs. Sulzer
tonight necessitated the recall of Dr.
Jtobert Abrahams of New York. No
official bulletin was forthcoming to-
night from the executive mansion con-
cerning Mrs. Sulzer. but an afternoon
bulletin dictuted by Or. Abrahams af-
ter he had learned of the patient's
Condition over the telephone stated
tbat she was "still In a precarious con-
dition." with a temperature of 102
and pulse 118. She is delirious at
times and an IncrenstnR temperature
mi fluctuating pulso tonight so
alarmed those tit her nedsido that a
loral physician was called In and Pr.
Abraham's hurrldly summoned from
Many a spinster realizes that Kirls
are wise who marry while yet In their
kidnapping mn:sTs auk m ii
ru .Mm rn -iril In 'i iiiiuii illi
I .OS AM ! KI.KS Aug. IS. Two ur-
rests Willi nunc promised resulted
from lln- finding by I llf police lute to-
day iif Ciii'iil Musuit u I a-ycu I'-nlil
Kill vim had hen missing two w Id-
Il nry W. Ilashamp a real estate thal-
er here unil Hubert Mutton a young
sal. .small bi-it arrested nil suspicion
pending filing nf charges of delin-
quency llushamp in Vi-ry Wealthv
rniil owns ric h ml properties in llritish
( '. 1 1 1 i ii 1 1 1 ;i.
I iivo.digai inn liy the uuthorltles re-
sulted In charges Dial I tie girl hiol
In-i ll kidnapped anil In Id captive in a
house In ll.iwtlu.rnii u suburb. This
was discredited in jiart !' the gill's
.-lory lulil I . Hi ' k 1 I . Shi' ili'i-lari'il sh"
had li-fi lioiiii- willingly. Her admis-
sions Incriminated several mrn und a
physician according to the police.
Ilallle Near Hie lloriler.
i:i. I'ASD. Tex. Aug. 1 r. Keport.H
to the Mexican consulate here say that
federal Captain Montoya leading a
small fori f volunteers on Thursday
defeated constitutionalists at llermnsa
j de rledras near Ujinugu Chihuahua
'opposite I'lesidio. Tex. taking four
1 prisoners Federal agents say it is the
j government's (mention soon to begin a
general attack on the rebels at .Ijin-
aga. Tlie attacking force was sent
Ii ..in Chihuahua.
in i in
NOW KNOWS 1IOW WII--
I i : S Sl'l l ATION .
I'm mill Mi ngc or Mr. I.lilil W ill not
le t.lwn Out He lore Next
Monday If Is Said.
WASIIINCTUX Aug. l."..--The
lliiei la gel eminent tlirouh confer-
tic.fl in Mexico City between John
I.ind I'resilent Wilson's pcsmial
1 1 present! t ive and foreign mini:ter
iiamlii.a now knows the viewpoint
i f the mit. il Slates and Its ibsires
for only a peaceful and friendly su
bitum of Mexico s troubles. I he for-
mal commuiiicatliiii Mr. I.ind bears
will not he handed to Mexico before.
Monday at past when t also will
be I ra i.smlt ted to diplomatic repre-
sentatives of foreign powers In Wash-
ington. What the result of publishing these
views will he officials here do not
venture to predict. They have no as-
surances that the lltterta government
will accept them hut they believe tho
spirit thus far shown by the llutrta
officials Justifies n hopeful feeling
for the success of Mr. l.ind's mis-
sion. observers of the situation gener-
ally look for u pronouncement of
some kind from liner a Immediately
following the presentation of 1'resl-
ib nt Wilson's message through Mr.
l.lnd. It is expected in diplomatic
circles that Prtsident lluerta will
formally announce a call for an
Ci.nstjtulionalisijj hitherto have
claimed ihey would not engage In
any election in which the Iluertn
Kovnimcnt exercised rontrol over
the election machinery.
The possibility of tin agreement
however for a non-partisan commis-
sion of Mexicans to conduct the elec-
tion Is being dlHcussfd und should
the situation actually progress to 'hat
point. It may be that Informal efforts
wil he made by Mr. l.lnd to score
participation by the constitutionalists
leaders in such a plan.
Information however of only the
vagii'st character has hen fortheotn-
froni officials as to the eventualities
that would follow il possible rejection
of President Wilson's Ideas by tho
lluerta government. There Is no In-
tention at present of lifting the em-
hargo on arms In fact the presi-
dent Is said to have taken a Ftrong
position against It at least until all
peaceful means of settlement havo
There is a confident and conspic-
uous feeling of optimism among ad
ministration officials that a peaceful
I settlement is in sight though they
admit the delicacy of the situation
1 forbids any detailed discussion at
I 'his lime of circumstances on which
I their hopes are based.
M KXICi I ( 'ITV Aug. 1 a Presi-
dent Wilson's message to President
lluerta is now In the possession of
the government which may be expert
ed to reject or to return some answer
shortly. Foreign Minister tliiiiimi in
the two conferences he has had with
John l.lnd came to the conclusion
with the consent of President lluerta
that the simplest way to an end was
to accept the document for President
llmrta and his cabinet and study It.
It would appear now that as tho
message has been In the possession
of the lluerta government since
Thursday night and no action con-
cerning it has yet been announced
the government is not disposed sum-
marily to reject It. It Is argued by
those who have been watching- the
efforts of President Wilson to effect
a settlement of Mexico's difficulties
that the longer Mexico delays her
answer up to a reasonable time the
more reason there os for hope that
President lluerta Is disposed to Rive
friendly conshb ration to the docu-
ment. The government remains silent re-
garding the entire matter hut Mr.
l.lnd tills afternoon with tho consent
of Senor Oamboa admitted for the
first time to American newspaper
correspondents that he had held con-
ferences with the Mexican minister
of foreign affairs adding that they
bad been no dial In charnrter.
While neither of tho principals will
admit the fact Information has been
obtained that the object of Mr.
Mnd's visit to 8enor Uiimboa late
last night was to deliver President
Wilson's note. A an Indication or
the determination of Mr. Und to so
conduct himself that he ennnnt be
criticised for tnlklng too much In
unofficial (innrters he today refused
to grant nn Interview to a RToup of
well known politician. Including a
number of members of the chamber
of deputies. The group belongs to
what Is known as the reform ele-
mint and were close supporter of
the late President Madero. Mr. Und
told them that until his official mis-
sion was fulfilled ho did not desire
to discuss Mexican politics with other
persons than official.
IS HOW Kl
WOP.ll l.Ys I III' ON W VII K HI)
P UITMI.N I oi l II I li s VS.
St lti: I'l l IsloV.
THIRTY DAYS RESPITE
Hy September l." It Will Itc Known
Whether or Not Well System
Is Kcally u Success.
At a conference yesterday of city
officials and i 'oinm. i clal club repre-
sentatives. I uke I.. Mallard :ai.ciin-
tendenl of the city wat rwrn ks de-
clared that in thirty day.-.' tunc tho
I1CW aO-foot well lloW being dig at
at the waterworks plant will be com-
pleted und he will know definitely
whether or not lie has found a de-j
pendal.le water supply.
Mre.-ent at the i o I j I'l 1 1'e 1 1 ' - e. which!
was held in the city hall if re Mayoi j
W'ooilell. all the cllV CiilUl.oS" loul'I'S.
.Supetinti iiiii-ni Mallard William Str-
ker Kugone L.uton. I.. .1. I'. Ko mi y
and i.. K. i 'one.
Mr. Mallard staled that the new
Well Was being lushed to Ceiihliol
and wniilil he in epet at ion hi S. pt. in-
her I ... I f t he i ll siainK t he lest as
g 1 as the smaller ones now in use
did. it w ill he positively delcl mined
that the eil ha i an ahnudant :- wpplv
of I. clear pure water ihe superintend--nt
I .-!. I I ell. Willi t he V I 111
now in sue 'in.l ihe new one to hi.
completed next month. tln iiicf sup-
ply can he niiiely tiNcotii i lined as
the Weil will furnish a supply of throe
and a half in. limn gallons per day.
with six hours pumping said Mr. Mal-
lard. ( 'milled ion will always bo main-
tained with the rii.r. however in
order to have that source In fall hack
on in case of fire or other emerg-
encies. If the wells proie as success-
ful as is now Indicated a reservoir can
bo constructed ami a sufficient sup-
ply of good water kept on hand at
all times to furnish the daily demands
of the city and provide for an emerg-
ency. In view of the promises of the city
officials including the water superin-
tendent the World has raised a flag
of truce for a period of thirty days.
The World during that time will say
nothing derogatory to the city walet
department unless .some tin forseeii
contingency arises. All citizens are re-
quested to reiimin in a peaceful stnte
of mind during the period of truce.
In thirty days more it w ill be known
for sure whet lier or not the new plan
Is a failure or a success.
If the project Is successful a bond Is-
sue probably w s)l have to be voted
to take care of water works exten-
sions lu the city. The experiments
with wells etc. have all been done
with money derived from water ren-
tals as pi net icnlly all of the lust bond
issue had to be spent In making ex-
tensions of the system to keep up with
the rapiil growth of the city.
lint If the well system proves n.i
successful as the city olficlals say II
will lio one will be opposed to a bond
Issue to recuperate the water depart-
JANE ADDAHSM SUFFRAGE
Tells .Mass MeclliiK Why Women
Should Have the Klglit
WASHINGTON Aug. 15. Miss
Jane Addams. of Chicago tonight ad-
dressed a mass meeting marking the
conclusion of a conference here of
the National Council of Women 'nt.
ers representing about 4. ni(. (MM) fern-
inlne voters In several western
urging the need for universal suf-
frage Miss Ad. lams declared that
women should have the franchise
not only to bring nl I intelligent
humanitarian legislal inn but in or-
der to be III a mention to follow It
into intelligent enforcement.
' oinan" she said "has discov-
ered that tho unrepresented are al-
ways liable to he given what they do
not net d by the legislators who
merely wish to placate them. A child
labor law exempts street trade.' the
most dangerous of all t ratios to the
child's morals. A law releasing the
mothers from petty Industry that
tiny may rear worthy children pro-
vides so liiatbiinate a pension that
the overburdened women continue to
face the necessity of neglecting their
young In order to feed them."
The final session of the council to-
day discussed plans for the ne-v
bureau o fpolltlcnl (-duration of the
women voters. Miss Helen Tmhl of
Pan l-'ranclseo was placed In charge
of the bureau which will undertake
to mold the feminine voters Into a
The council endorsed motherhood
pensions minimum wages for wom-
en henlth certificates for marriage
w ork Ingmen's compensation art. ex-
tension of the eight-hour law teach-
ers' pensions the "red light" law or
aholUhment law; and nntl-rnpltal
i.i:o i RNK ns mo uiTNi.ssr.s.
Atlanta Murder Trial Is Still nrngglnjr
ATLANTA. On.. Aug. 1C Attorneys 1
for I.co M. Frank on trial here for the
murder of Mary T'hacan tonight an-
nounced that prohaM.tr one hundred
more w itnesses would be Introduced by
the defense before tho case Is rlosd.
This was understood to mean that In-
stead of ending this week as had
been predicted the trial wop.ld extend
well Into next week.
The chief point of Interest nt today's
session was the admission as evidence
of a letter written hy Frank to M.
Frank his uncle In New York nn
April Jfi nt about the hour when th
state chsreed Frank killed the little1
fuctorv Blrl. It contained men'lon of
current events nnd the statement that I
"nothln startlln" hnd happened
since M. Frank left Atlanta. I
U I TRUCE
"liei ailing eicnls .f 1eii
eaiH nun" said 1 i:.n' .11 I'l.ue
the i clermi Tint ii .a i c n lui- i -
taker "the MCI ioilM i s nf II.'
present ill) tapell is Let 1 limp tn
tile hill kc.
" hii. .Irii lug tin . i;li a st. i n
K .1 lr .1 S IHelvo of I 11 I .. II -IIS
ago the t .ii hit' i.l .1 i en II I I
s -hold i -merged .III- i- - u I "
passing followed l.i the 'el.es'
of lint In ere t h.tu a .1". II
"I l.ii lllg a ladder :ii lle.t I he
side of the little 1 . .1 I. ml ling
the t. .tohcr ascend. 1 to 1 1. rf
1 n her hi ml she h I.l i small
sprinkler. Mich as is Used I.l
water flowers on the wimlow
lc le The sprink . r was used
to show the pupil in w r 1 .11 ii.d
in oiler con nt ries. The i In 11 1 .-n
langed fi.iiii six to i n i.ars ef
U It 1
I si i;i. I : vi's I'oitt i: i
ll I It INK) MM
ii: ew ers
llaiiluli ll Hoelares Teal I nder
1 .ill. Picsiilcnl Could Make Him
self a Virtual Mid. nor.
three ho ins of lllell il
tiveiii the adniinisi r.oi.1
the cui'teiii y "insui'gi iiw
I icnioei a I :c ca ucus I . I
I . a l 1 1 . 1 until .M 1 1 1 1 1 1 : i .
aillellilllielilS to the
t.-r. and tonight lr I - -
. he. II
Hie i. iiieus might run
llexl Week. W II II il I. ' I Ci -lllest oil
the flnol- nf the him. I n-M' a I de.
Attacks mi Ihe In ! I . can in tin-
caucus soon after 1 epi . ntat 1 1 e M..1 -
land ol .Missouri entci.il upon an an
alvtical llefellSC of the n.a.--Ule. IP
ami .Majority Leader ! inh-iu I ini'
I i t ! in-lit ly interrupt- .1. M r. ruder
IV o nil discussing Hie proposed
eiilltlollillg federal reserve hoard said
the 1 i i 1 1 1 1 1 1 IS t I.l I 1 1 ill hai-peiung to be III
powi r regaritlesM of politics would be
most vitally interested always in pre-
venting panic or depression and in
sisted that Hie twelve reset ve it isl rats.
instead of being menus of monopoly
would lie a protectioi
cent rat ion of currcnr
attacked tile lull us
in New Vork.
wu k of i ieorgla
realing a great
monopoly in mnney
gigantic political i ii ' I 1 1 mi n la I ma-
chine conferring greuter power than
any man or set of Iin-n should have."
lie declared that the day was apt to
come when "some mounted Moose-
velt would get Ihe fmveriimcnt reins
und perpetuate himself as a Diaz with
all tlie power of hanks railroads and
other corporations linked."
lit preseiitative Wingo of Arkansas
disclaiming any connection betw n
his amendments and those proposed by
others who are fighting for changes
said he proposed to protect the farm-
ers' notes unniiallv held in the south
ern and western bunks. "I plead."
he said "for sound business nnd not
Kepresetitutive Henry of Texas ad-
vocating miiendnients against inter-
locking directorates nnd for what he
called "lorn tassel and cotton bale
cash." asserted that the refunding of
the 2 per cent circulation bonds by
tlie 8 per cent non-circulating bonds
would permit a "big grab and steal by
Call Off Dock Strike.
TH "I.l "I'll. Minn.. Aug. 15. The
striking ore dot k workers today voted
to call off the strike.
Tin: oi:iii:u ( iiANt.i rn.
(Apologies to Wall.)
Sometimes we haven't much to
tin except to write a line or two
about Ihe passing throng. .Some-
times we get so awful full of this
fool truck that folks call "hull"
we must unload In song. And so
when August days are hot and
people wonder why It's not as
t 1 as Christina tiay it's Just
as well tiny fume ami fret and
Wear out lif" In llmpping sv eat
as any otlur way. We ab. lys
wish what we ain't got. and when
It's cool we want it hot; were
never satisfied. I.Ike sul.ia-
gettes in cir'ain ways wo do
the Very tiling that pays upon
the debit sen-. Things are not
really what thov geem some fel-
low said - and it's no dream as
everybody knows by peeping
through this filmy Kuaze that
set ms to be worn "Just because"
yet gets away a clothes.
Forsooth we like to enjeitut" to
rhmlnate to speculate to laugh
and then to fuss It's human
nature all tho way; the thin
that makes us pray today tomor-
row makes us cuss. The order
ehungeth day by day. You can't
bank nni'h on what folks say:
you cannot trust the sound of
thunder to shake down the wet-
Just look at yesterday and yet
the fool thing went around! Hut
that's all right perhaps It first
went where the rain wa needed
woraJ where nil good rnlns should
go; and If It disappointed you
you still have left the bottled
brew lit 8 lie u throw. And so we
love to speculate to cogitate to
ruminate und drink our dally
fizz; to see the old go pausing
hy to catch tho changes on tho
fly. und wonder why It la folks
used to dance the fandango hut
now It tukeg the dunit tuiiijo to
get them to a dance; why there
are those of nood Intent like
one of our ci-piesldents who
would he mobbed In France.
Nor longer cuniM a llttlo bird to
tell us of the thlnns It heard that
give u Joy or pain for this Is
done we're sad to ay by chick-
ens at tho cuharot that bubble
with ( hump ague. It ain't no use
to ruminate to apeculate to com-
itate wo're hore because we're
hnre;lf what you're wlshlnff
doesn't come you'd Just as well
ro uck your thumb we're here
that makes u ueer.
KHNON I.. SMITH.
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sic: pnig oil' I trunks hi.
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i 1 1 1 I ion. "and
in i n i -i I itian'
I in i on mi ti-
ll le the: old
WolUcI 111 I I
he said 'My I led I'm .
liat a in I mm: I. lo
i po.se an.l hnill w ill he
: ';uy '." I raid to h . ni : ' I i
I for ynll fur si i . -: I i s
! ever Wo lied for am In
:irs harder than 1
: I V III i II. I I t it d In
I help ion tn a lui;
1 him I had done all
He sal I: 'You've gol
I nn iloll't live W II 11
a eiiu.'.i'i'ss.tiun and
an I children. Say
Id tors II llhek iinw list
I 1 tlaln't liiioiv miy-
Kvcll If they ploVe
ele- ate you an
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1 v. nr v. if.
! .l oll WTot e t ho-
to me a ml I In
Hum' a In ii 1 1 il .
Hint you t-omm
I pi lin ri and forg
cry they can only semi j-.i.i down the
river to the Aik for two years; and I
w ill pay you $ I 'Ml a month while you
ure there.' "
"I saitl to him: 'Ves: you're willing
to pay me $ I III! a III. lllll In go In jail
for you hut you won't pay me the
wages you honestly owe me. I've gnt
eleven dollars in my pocket Hull's all
I've got tn show f..r six years' work
hut I won't do this for you.' "
Apparently struggling to control
himself. Me.M iehai'ls tohl the coinmil-
j t (.
furnisliiiig JTr tn take Mulhall
ago to aid .M 'I i. l lie. II m the
I II I 2 campaign.
"Where did you gel that money?"
asked Itepresentat ive Garrett.
"My mother had Just died." said Mr-
Michaels "and I was executor for my
mother's estate. The inniu-y was in a
hank here to the credit of the estate
and 1 gave Mulhall a cl k fur it. I
had to bustle tn put it ha.-k. I 'never
got any of it from Mel lermntt."
Paw m il His uluablcs
Mi-Mirhiii Is t at length of mak-
ing trips to various pawnbrokers in
Washington to secure mmiey ether
for Mel lei-mot t or luniself.
".M.-l lerinot t told me" he said "that
the ini w nhi'okei s had raised J I n nail
tn light the loan shark lull ami later
he told me lie got $.?HII out of it
When I asked linn will in- iluin't pay
I me what he owed me wnh part of it
he said: '.My God man; 1 had In pay
'it on debts and I still owe .'a.iiini.' "
! Throuihiuii MeMichaels' recital
Mepresetiiative .M I '.a i loll with Ins
.counsel sal iinmetliatelv opposite the
.witness chewing op a big cigar and
watching Ins eistwhih- confidential
( man with a sie.nly gaze. He expressed
neither suip'iso not indignation at
jimy point in il inn pi;ca I i-d sloty.
WASHINGTON'. Aug. I... A st..rv
of how lohby work for the National
A-so. iation of M a n uf.n t ilia is was
done from it-.-.de the bouse nf ep
; resell' al il is WHS i.:le to th lliiuse
ini cs! irat in g ciimmiit. i. tn.hiv hy J.
II. Me.Miel a- ls f r chief 'page of
( the house. Nattily attired in a sum-
Inelv olllfll of hill and white Selge
j MeMichaels hh-iv ih. i .Is of cigarette
smoke in the fae-m of the tnemherM
; nf :bn committee from the witiie-s
(hair wliile he .liscuiirsed In vivid mid
I pictui cHiiie language.
I I'l'oin the full of lit mi until Janii-
j ary 1IG2 MeMichaels said he was al
most eon-la nt v on the payroll of
Martin M. Mulhall. fl.-ld agent of the
I National Association of Ma nufad ur-
ers at t n lie. nth while h.. was sue-
cesslvely democratic ebb f page nf tho
house u'teridant In the house press
gallery und elevator conduct. .r In the
capltol. He told of Intrmlu lug Mul-
hall to lb preseiitative Jas. I-:. Mc
. Iiermott of Illinois for whom ho
worked as a kind of secretary unil
j said that Mehermntt imrk d with
i Mulhall and provided Hp lat er with
a room In the basement of the .apl-
tol where Meliermott. .MeMichaels
and Mulhall conferred.
Knew Money Pao.
j "Old you ever sic any money puns
between Mulhall and M.Uermott?"
asked Chairman Garrett.
I "I never saw any money actually
.puss between them" said the witness
leaning ba k In his chair and paus-
. lug to puff al his cigarette. "Hut I
had reason to believe that plenty of
It was pussl'ii? I got mine open and
"Why did you say you had reason
j to believe lunney was passing?"
J The wittier leaned forward and
pounded on Hi" committee table "I'm
. no' a fool" h declared vigorously.
I "When two guvs like me and Mr-
permott sit down to a table and tho
two of us alnt got a penny and a
I third cuy come In and we have ents
arid drink and get up with the dough
I know that dough do'nt grow on
trees or on tables."
The witness said that ho. Mc-
I lei moll ami Muih.ill al let- c i iif.-r-
I III-: at I he i a.. .nil. I id '..ill II to
I ell ill:- loom III II Mil. Ill llol.-l Hell
I l.e . I j . 1 1 . . I . . ' . M.ll.l.1 .-
le 'I' ' l l"i 1 I In- l .ini i.l .n i ! i . I in
I he . pit id for t lie . ollf. I ell is ;s a
: I place In i.l cp ett ll Ulil.-.."
I " 1 1 n v . 1 1 1 1 1 r M 1 1 i i n ol i
I ..h.nii II i her hain-e icuici
it'll 'I" - III. I. -lie. - s.i; I eill
ll. I II I I. il I d t
Hon I hc Mian I It.
' U i 'l III t Slllll .1 I c.n h oil I he
x.1.1. ' 'Mill II of n-l in I n not n
h ' Hi. iiili-- know In.w inn. Ii
Ul V He h nl If Mlllll.lll g.ivc
two hi Is 11 hide Hi. hug r .me mi l
! I lash Ihe sin I I ! e j nil. because elell
1 lime I ll.sh. 1 .ilillliiliK nier J he
' npped lilt I' of II He Mnlll.l ;n to
''a . .i.-Iii.t a ml gin- htm his i v
-i i -I .1 1 i w I ii 1 1 . 1 1 1 a i s and i nine link
to w Ii. I.- I his II il say to t In- eash-
I' r tor i toil's sake doll I let M il' see
Ihls " We 11 -le I. nli.: t III.: "
I "At tins tune i nil r relations u il Ii
Ab I 'el limit e e nil f.b Illi i I " " ask -ill
"I'll l e.s" said Hie 11 It lies- . s j
that a hotel c ashler nun. I ;.iii
had ina de affidavit as In i. ... 1 1 a ll.-i-
ad tons. Megan n ill a - r later
Tim money r ive.l t u .Mulhall
"Ii I In- easiniis Hi. tin ss .-a id
u e. alw.tis d. uii. Id I'l '- us mouth
I le said his einploi on v M u'h ill
wasfor the tun-pose ol ping .Mul
(Column it mi pi :.)
io ray m
K Nss lil III ( I II T " sT l -TMIMln
I i 1 1 1 1- Main in In Ma l.asi Ne;lil. anil
slimier- In Ml ul la-iern
i iklaboiiia ICt-piii'tril
KANSA.-' CITY Ai.. 1 ... pi.y.-r
j lor I a ill IM l e asl.e.l for III K.l IIS IS
I and .M ins. oil I li.il i.l h. eiti.eli.s and
il.rgiin.li who heheic that spa-imod-!
ic pr.iiels ale lint snlhoienl to end
I lie droiit h u lin 11 has I.. . .1 I he
.'out hut. si for lllole than three weeks
llu Kansas hundreds nf persons
wrote tn Governor Hodges e.sking-
l.iui to Issue a pro I. mi. l ioii .ailing
.tor a day ol pul in prayer. The gov -I
'I hellele the ellieai nf player"
j said I lie governor "hut not in t lie
j ' a se ot lloini or ill-nut h."
i Mi: hi p .1 . 1 . I I ellllessey of the
! M . ill I.l II Catholic diocese of Wichita
Kan. issued an order that in xl Sun
day an hour ahull he given in .'.oil
lllll. Il ill the lllliee.se for special de-
letions and "ferietit prayer to ter-
minate the present unusually pro-
Al Springlit-ld Mo. Uov. Or. J.
II Mcltohiilil. pastor of St. Paul
Methiidist Kpiscopal church mi
llollliced public sel l ice would be held
tomorrow to offer pray rs for rain.
I The letters tn i' manor Hodges were
itriun all parts of the stale. Some
:i:ig. the gmein. ir In ask that every
ri - iih iil attend chur li Sunday m.rn-
ing ami that every one make a pr i.v r
I 'd his own. ( it hers urged I hal t he
prui la mat ion simply ask each citizen
I idler a prayer al his home or at
Heat colli iiiiied unabated today
t hi'ougluuit Kansas. There were nn
precipitations In speak of ami ln-
inght tlie situation Is the worst since
the dry period begun.
In Kansas City tnd.y two persons
died of heat mid a dozen prosl ra I'i.uis
Scattered Mains Kcpiu led.
oKI.Allo.MA CITY okla. Aug. 1 S.
A drouth of over a month dining
Whin III l lit' the lemperal in e through.
I out lln- stale liuv. red at the l'l'l-
j degree mark was hruken tiulav by
scattered to ins which tnnight threat.
Idled to Income general. The fall in
1 temp.. rut urc is from 10 io .'til ile-
i'.'iecs. The et tit ra I and eastern ceti-
j tr il parts of the state reported rain
while general i I o 1 1 1 1 i n ess was report -!
i d from all of the western half of
; the stale with the exception of the
iMreute sunt hivestern cunning. A
I on -half inch rain fell In the conn
dies of Oklahoma. Cleveland l'..lia-
watoinie. Tolas. M uskugee. Paine
'i'l.'.. kand Okmulgee. A light show.
or f. II at Cleveland.
l ight Main Here.
I The fust rain that has fallen in
I Tulsa fr nearly four weeks fell ear-
lv l.e i night but not In sulheicnt
I .inutilities to dn anv good or atf. et
(the high tt mpcr.it ures. Mepnrts from
th" surrounding country however m-
I . li. ate rainfall of about one half an
I iip-h. This may help cotton and Ihe
forage . ps.
I Yesterdav was the fourteenth sue-
I cij. iie .lay that Hi" maximum l. tn.
I p. rature has ranged above the lun
m.rk. the highest being la:.. No re-
lief from H xcessive temperature
Is held out within the next f.-w dais
DiaZ HOPES FOR PEACE
I m iner President Would Not Kcmalii
Inactive in Case of Inter-
HIAUUITZ France Aug. IV
General Porflro Inaz former presi-
ib nt of Mexico slated tonight that
he did not desire to sit In Judgment
on the situation t xls ing In bis n e
live enniilrv hut that he Would like
to proclaim as his most ardent hope
that Mexico would find In peace a
li' w ra of strength and prosperl y.
"M.shies I nm tint a man of words"
said the former Mexican president.
"I always have been and always shall
remain a man of action. I how b.-
for the choice of administration in-ule
l y my compatriots and am r solved
to maintain the strlcest reserve. No
words stnill be spoken by me whuh
givn rise to comment or argune ni
between th armies of Mexico. I
wish to keep outside of all discussion
or dlssenlions. Hut If contrary to
my expedition a conflict should
break out between Mexico and a for-
egn state I could not remain indif-
ferent.'' General Piaz his taken up his res-
idence in a magnificent villa her"
whi.-h he has r'littd for a stay of
Itemember all kinds of st:mu!.i"ng
fertilizers should by no mean . I . al
lowed to touch the leaves of a plant.
in Ul IB
PMOsI ( N ; sis V m;.
I I Ns m k u.
I ni 1 will. ( l flat.
COI INTO HEW TROUBLE
Has a I n c. for- sn.-i g
l'bolo;:iuphcr Win mil
"fiiup" Ids I iiinily.
SAN I'MANi-IS Aug. K.-Tho
guv. -iiu nun i.-.i d t i j u. .s
"I M.iiiij 1. lug . h.nge.i wnh .
I'lcw Caiuineni ii'iih wolaiioi
'in Mann a. I .n i. f p..
K IS .Polls Io piny that iIL'g.s
and '.i in nit-1 1 1 did mil transport Mar-
sha U ai i n dun and iada Nui ris from
s " '" I" I" lb nn for in moral pur-
Alt' i' e t adj. nn nod luL-gs gt
'"'" fusil tn Hide. Leaving the
I. nil. I mg by a sub- . nit an e. io shield
l-' moil. his father ai.d Ins vote
""I Hue.' aunts from p- urios-
I'l be :o auilnish.-il by a s.p.a.l uf
I'1" '": '' 'Pin IS- Th" yyoiiu-n Hied tn
'"'b but lln- pholoi lupher-' kept
I'-n '- Willi I Ii in. sua i.puig I heir ea in.
Sol ho.il :
Solli. bo I'- : II in k a
the l e . ei I.. I
an ins! I hoi.-
II- 1 he
nn I' i .
.graph r in
I it and in
u il ling
' ' w i a in i ie I I i ... syy .-nl
' 1 he 1 1 I'l. and b. gap I- .strug-
gle W II II t lie r- .1 .
il be. ana- su ..iiiplu-ate! M t th-
eniiad in pole c w In. . an.' i mining i
Ihe . "i. bun II- the yy hole party of
priin ipala iiitn a pair.. I wagon and
'"ok lll'iii to the luanst police sta.
'I'l ere il ilevelnpeil that I lie pllutli.
I'l-aph.-r had been hammered on the.
head wiih something haul what or
by whom he was tint sure. A re-
porier said Hie photographer had
be. ii smashed in I he lace with his
own i. nn l.i. As ihe up.vhut f
an. iif. I'iggs was relea.-.d and a
I rn ml of his. a law clerk was
charged wiih assault and battery.
Su far as the opening statement of
Attorney I icy I in fur the il. f.-nse inui-
c.ile.l no attempt will . made to
show ii a i tin. lw giils did nut c.
company the two young married men
Mi Menu. Hint higgs lnl nut uy the
li.kels that Cainiiiclll did no draw
he money and that their relations
d'tl not. tall wit kin the l.iu;iuge of
"We shall shuyy" .said Attorney
Hevlni tn the Jury 'that the purponu
of I Ids tt Ip was nut as slated in thu
Indie incut ; that It was the Intention
"f I'"' ddeiulanls only to leave Sac-
rum iitn fur a slmi'l lime in avoid no-
toriety that they had appointed to
go smii place wihin the rtate; tha;
1 never was their inti-Mimi tn leavo
Hie stale hut simply to get mlt of
S.n laiiienlii; that they miss .1 n train
for Los Angeles and took the next
one. which went t Komi.
"This crime if it Is a crime I
.such only because the incidents aro
supposed to have happened between
two stales. If they had happened
within the hiuihilurics of California.
these tyya you:; men Would not tav'.(
been cluirgen yyith th. violation of
"Two weeks previously Oiggs had
said he was going tn Los Angeles.
We will show that Miss Warrington
said she was going too and that ho
could not have hd- p Sacramento."
I'tarcil a Scaiulal.
The defense aisu promised to In.
lr I''" tcstinmny to show that the
nun had t what they believed to
i'e the truth about the reasons for
leaving Saci'ainenio that a scandal
soon to explode would cover them all
ivitli shame ami involve tlnm all m
pros nt ions.
The two defendant had the moral
support today of their ini.-.i ami
mothers who ap.e:t red in court a:-
M r tin- u i nn mission and iisieu.
ed to Some lllipl. Is mi test Mill. tn '.
While Mrs. Mggs held Inr pretty
li'tle da " cht if Lv.lyii tour v. an
old "II In I kle . s she In a i d N. 1 1 .
I 'n-p.-i. I i o.k . st jij to He- liar.n t.-r
nf In r hu.-l in I i a tenant.
"The Jam'..!' ..f my or!;. tuiilding."
he I'-- ii.ed ". the i.j ..n..; nn
the beat tobl llie thai l gs y ..
I I bi unrig young gills it: h.s ..Hi g. I
.ci .1 him an I tola him that I
''on Id r.o! hive httn I oil I In lie -l'lj
coiidn '. The j. ir tobl me the
Jil'.-i Pile i; horit a s w ere a; -r I eggs
niel 1 t. I t 1 'Iggs So.
The p :i p..-. .. t hi f ! inn i; v was
to show t hat I eggs h id ci ise r
alal'M! and ties.le to the. I ' t r o bo la .
live testimony i'as gn.tl ny II. J.
i ' I :i : ii. a sal. mi keep r; l. T.
I. il. Ii. a eh. I'll'! nr. and 1 1. A. Put-
nam a Sa. r i tiiciito i.ew spaper man.
The l.e a witness; was 1 ergs' father
I. P. luggs ;i otitr.i' tor and bi.ih!. r
"f la rki. y. He told a stratghtl'or-
wai'd st .i y of th" town talk about
his soli and the t ilmts he mn to
induce hitu to mend his ways
"I told him I wanted him to come
and see m - and round th" whlo
thing up. His uin le Mirshull luggs
and h's yo.iiig wile had to'd me ho
was 'mill ng yii'd with other women.
I t.ud him I di'ln t wan; tin- family
broken .p: that the sit i.itioti was
pr. tti serious and that I was going
in to te t amitit ii i Me War-
rington. Mi-s N'orris and hnn-ndf if
th" Hung did not end light awav.."
Th" morning s"s-d"ii w is yivrii
over to tic cross exall.tli it ien of Lol.i
Noiliis which 'eft her tiairat ;ie un-
sh .ill. n. and the . staiaun ..f Nellie
Marlon a friend of M.itsiai Warring
ton wi'li ulil'. h the g.i ei niintit rest-
Miss l'artuti related her part In
the episod.- ihich result d in the
eol'iteral iii.lirii!ettt i barging I'iggs
and his attorney. Charles S. Harris
nf S.n r.i in. nt" vi all i oiispir.n y tJ
suborn pe' bu i".
Coansi I f.t h" tl. :'. use announced
tonight that Mrs. I'iggs and Mrs.
Cam.li't'i would tike the s'ltid for
tli. lr husbands and that h'ggs would
l.stfv pi Ins own I'.haf. Willi
' h thiee Itifss. a the dt feti-i
! d ins ' '.. its case not later than
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