Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 89, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 28, 1913 Page: 1 of 18
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ASK FEDERAL INVESTIGATION
ii. H i- Is Lying in u hloago Utiupttal
White treating U Running High
In tin- strike District
CAUMKT KlOit DM. 27. The
dsportation of Charlss ii Moyer
president ut the Western P deration
of Miners mid leader r the oopper
mine strike who was escorted from
Hancock lust night alter being shot
and clulili Id) will lie investigated by
the special grand Jury when n re-
sumes its Maaioni nest Tuesday.
.Sheriff Cruse today begun an In-
quiry Into the facts of Moyer's de-
parture! in response to telegrams
ft in Oovernor Ferris and Qeorge
Nloholls the leneral proaeeutor m
charge of the grand Jury. Both re-
quested the sheriff to make a full
statement of ti" reault "f hi Investl-
cations News of the circumstances nf Mov-
ers departure did not become gener-
ally known In the strike region until
It oyer hud reached Qreen Bay Wis.
today and told of his Injuries
rrc-t Newspaper Mi ll.
Warrant wi re served tonight on
the business management and a
doaen or more employee of a socialist
newspaper In Hanoook the change be-
ing "ronaplraey to publish misstate-
ments calculated to Incite riot."
The afar ran Ui wen- iworn out under
statutes relatnlg to felony and
men art held on bonds of 11000
eaeh. The complaints were made by
Sheriff Cruse and were a sequel to
an extra published yesterday In which
rharges of grave misconduct were
timde against some deputy sheriffs
end others who tried to Mil ft me
victims of til.' Christmas eve disaster
in Italian hall here.
The article according to translators
geevted the resellers of slugging mo-
thers and I'l.i hers w ho tried to rer.eb
the hall where their ohUdren were
dead or in peril and used the Finnish
equivalent of "murder" In Its descrip-
tion of the disaster.
John Jfoumevari business manager
of the nuper and two members of the
editorial stall' were taken from their
Pervious wars made on a dozen oth-
ers as they wore found on the Streets
llecuuse the Charge on whirh they
are held Is s felony It Is probable
that their eases will be considered by
tho special grand Jury. The grand
was called to Investigate ucis
lawlessness arising from t lic
claim Jin- is Packed.
Intimations from union sources
that the grand Jurv Was "hand pick-
ed" and "packed" against their cause
were denied in official circles. A sur-
vey of the personnel of the body
showed A. T Heldkamp a brewer us
foreman and OeorgS Williams a rail-
road Dtdotal as clerk.
Among the eighteen other members
f the Jun i Edgar Bye chauffeur
fST Jnmes Naught. in general man
evor of the Calumet and Hecla Min-
ing company. Two superintendents "f
stamp mills a few mechanics and a
number of merchants made up the
rest of the membership N mine
managers or other executive officers
Of the corporations ner on the list.
Burj Medina Today.
Preparations were pronounced com-
plete tonight for the funerals Which
the Western Federation Of Miners is
on.tuoi over some seventy of tin-
victims of the panic of lost Wednes
The task of digging the numerous
graves was accomplished by a hun-
dred strlk.-rs and the Federation re
lief committee finished Its canvass of
Indications were that the thousands
who are to march to the cemetery
will have to make ttnlr way through
SnOW-COVered roads. A tine snow be-
gan falling steadily late today and
promised to continue all night
It will not be an easy task that will
confront the marchers If the storm
develops Into a bllasard. The ceme-
tery lies mote than a mile west of the
city and the men who are to bear
the rnfflns on their shoulders may
have to face the full fotoa of a wind
off Lake Superior Strikers from the
Keweenaw county mines Intend to
mnreh five miles or more into Calu-
met tomorrow and some funeral par-
ties are to come Into Calumet from
locations a mile or more from this
k a Pederel Probe
WASHINGTON Dec. 17 Secretary
Wilson nf the depnrtment of labor
was urged t..ilny by Charles Mahoney
of Denver vice president of the West-
ern Federation of Miners to "do
everything possible SO bring about n
federal lnvestlgfltlon of the alleged
deportation of Charles H Mover from
Hancock. Mich Inst sight.
In s telegram to Secretary Wilson
Mr. Mahoney accused the CltUen'i
alliance of cati.mt with having been
responsible for the net Me asserted
that Mover was rnrrled off by a "mob
of gunmen operating under the eloak
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SENATORIAL RACE IS
Dovi t ltl INYTHiNU liol T
i.t in un roiti iL in kIM
P rails Reports Qui There lias Bern
u Trouble Between lie uud
-i -nut.. i Owen
M'AUJSTER Okie Deo IT.
(apecialr Contrary to reports pub-
lished In Oklahoma recently there Is
no row between myself and Senator
Hubert U Owen. Th- re is no reason
for break between the senator and
myself lie has been very consider
uto iii aiding my friends In Oklahoma
and our views on the new OUITency
lull sggotly oolncide in fad 1 mov-
ed In the house to concur in the bill
us it was passed by the senate."
That was the statement. Saturday
afternoon of Congressman wiiii.uu it.
Murray who stopped off in IfcAloSter
on liis way to his hums In Tishomingo.
KSlStiVe to alleged differences lie.
Iween him and Senator "wen on the
gubernatorial lineup Murray declar-
ed thai to- has no interest whatever
in that race and does not intend to
express himself one way or llo- other
on any candidate or prospective nan
dldate. Ills Interest he said. Is
holly In the senatorial campaign.
li. refused to say however whether
he himself would be a candidate or
u butcher he w ould ask election to any
SHE 1 ill
4 PI' I I I M Nt I TO Willi!
STItIM ui I I I I (.It Will If-
1 1 N mi i kim u.
'I ';..'i WiN nil ::oo-Mil I i: M i
Iwn liidcrs Kuffercd Broken
ibe Long Raue
BAVAN'NAH ;.. Dec. 11. Hob
Perry of Illinois won the 300-mile
motorcycle road race here this after-
noon in 6 bOUSU 2- minutes s seoondSi
M. B. .Ii.nes of Ohio was second.
I'orts -three riders started. Jones
took the lead early In the rune and
kept it until near the finish. He was
ten minutes behind Perry at the end.
Several minor accidents occurred
during the afternoon and two local
riders suffered broken legs during a
MUST CONTROL SHOTS
I . s. i;s BOTH NOT TO SftOOT
i miss BORDER
Itobols idvauolng on FfdcraU at
OJlnige Nut in sight of tin-
Jl'AHKZ Mux.. Pec. 27. --Warn
itigs were given today by (Jolted
.States troops to both federals and
rebels that If there is a buttle at
OjinagS there must be no firing
across the border. Tli I warnings
were sent from PrssldiQ Teg. be-
ciiust.' of the advance Of the rebel
army from Chihuahua to attack the
federals ut OjinSga. Uate reports
were that the rebels had not yet got-
ten within sight of the Federals'
An agent of (general Villa arrives
from Chihuahua City today to ar-
range for the release of Luis Tenazes
son of the Mexican land owner who
Is held by Villa for a ransom SSld to
he 250O00 Terrenes' father has ex
pressed willingness to pay the money
but has uski-d for a guarantee of hi s
son's safe conduct to the i'nited
states. The prisoner has been kepi
111 n cell In the stiit" Capitol Ut Chl-
huiihuu ever since the rebels occu-
pied that city.
All tho homes of the Ti rrazas.
Creels and other rich Mexican faini
lies charged with having sympathiz-
ed with HuertS have been deeded
over by General Villa to his officers.
The property was confiscated several
we. ks ago. Alberto Terrazas a colo-
nel in the ranks of the federal Vol'
unteers who a mpanled the fed-
erals In their flight from Chihuahua
resigned and nrossed to Presidio
Japanese agents who feared that
Ot-neral Villa might show resent-
ment to their countrymen In Mexl.
because Huertu had placed orders for
arms In Japan said they had receiv-
ed no word from Mexico City that
Japanese subjects would be protected
by the Ilrltlsh vice consul In Chihua-
hua. Villa had assured the fagSUMSS
he was n-'t unfriendly to them.
On hearing that his father moth r
wife and child had been burned to
death by federals nt Torre.m S rebel
soldier lp. Juarez became Insane to-
day. M was told that his family had
been killed because he was lighting
With the rebels.
7 l.olfrri Start.il Piny
P1NEHVRST. K. C Pec 27. -
j Blghty-eeven players drove off today
Ill lie ijiiniii li ''li i.'uii.in ' n. Il.llil
ho'ldny golf tournament Thosr . hi
qualified for the first division mid
will BOnflnttC match play through
Wednesday are the fo'lnwlng:
H v Bagger man Bnglewood; A. A
stsgg. Chicago.- w. . Barber Jr..
Princeton) w. K. Trueedall Poxhlll;
William Souther. Dgkor Mead w n
r. Merrtam Weterbury; 0 B Hud-
son. Morthfork; c. U Beoksr Wood-
land i w. o rinrg WoUeetoni w. v
Hooth Jr. Onwsntsia! o rg H
Crocker Hrookllne: H. Ieroy New-
port; T. B. Boyd Jtellerleve: H. O.
White. RtdgeWOOd Robert Hunter.
Weeburn.' and W L f'tls New- York
tn a special golf medal UMttOtl '1.
V Heggerman drfntd A A Hlugg
81 to OS.
LAST MELTING MONDAY
Strike ui doi Issued I'eatntela) ii
pondeni mi Ilowull of imni on-
Icii-ii.c B (HUla) Murtiiiig.
SPRIKOFIBUD Mo.. Deo 27.
The strike committee of Railway J
Telegraphers tonight Issued orders for
the telegraphers on the St. Louis and'
San Fran ols co railroad to strike on
Monday if the conference with the re-
ceivers of the Frisco on Monday
morning is fruitless. The strlksrs it
is asserted will make no concessions
and a .strike is regarded as inevitable.
The Inetructions issued tonight In
the operators conditioned on tin.
strike being actually ordered uftcr
the conference with the FrlsOO re-
i i Ivors follow s:
"When notified strike call turn
board set semaphore at danger
whether you have nam orders t band
or nut so if trums pi'. need they do
SO al their ow n risk. Decline to han-
dle all Western Union business aft r
strike is culled."
The demands of toe telegraphers
will be submitted to the receivers in
St. Louis at 10 o'clock Monday. C. I!.
Kelso local i h.ilmun ofthe strike
committee guid tonight that If thu
demands are refused the strike would
be ordered at once by J. A. Newman
vice president of the Order of ltuil-
way Telegraphers. He added thui the
lubor committee would nut yield a
point on any of tho demands already
presented to the road.
There ar l.isn men on the Frisco
system who union leuders claim will
he affected If u strike Is culled.
ST. LOUiS Mo. Dec 27. The de-
mands of the (Trisco railway telegra-
phers tor a revision of the wugk
schedule ami the readjustment of
working conditions was presented to
the officials of the roud lust May
and Conferences began with the of-
ficials lust October. The union of-
ficers have issued a circular setting
forth the sinkers demands und the
action of the company thereon sub
stantlally us follows:
The following propositions submit-
ted by the telegraphers were refus-
ed by the railroad company:
That exclusive agents be put In
the schedule the same as the agent
who is required to bauble telegrams
Or telephone messages.
A consecutive eight hour day for
all except exclusive agents and that
telegraphers be not required to work
in more than one office in doing u
That a telegrapher taken from his
home station to do relief work be
paid for time lust In traveling and be
given expense money.
That telegraphers be not required
to scrub waiting rooms offices or
II30BS TRIAL NEARINC END
leal Hni"s lor Mule Told of i
ranging Meeting Between iiobb
t'ICKBBI BO Miss i :. The
loSS of state senator il A liobbS'
trial uu the charge ol Soliciting and
accepting bribes wus In sight lets "-
dai when the state ins d In rebuttal
With the ISSllmOIII of Miss Mettle
Plunkltt state librarian who told at
arranging s oooferenee between
llobbs ami Oovernor Brewi The do
funSS is expeiled to CloSe Its case
alundsj when Hobbs and Swap Tay-
lor are loo testify in rebuttal.
in her testimony Miss Plunkltt Aid
llobbs bad approached her while he
I.. apparent! laboring under much
excitement that he partly exhibited s
revolver while telling hei thai his
predicament was u "life nut death I
matter wiib him." MISS Plunkitl les
tlfed Hobbs told her "thej bid gut
him" but sin- did not recall (but he
had connected lieutenant governor
Bilbo with the case. BUbO wus III
dli ted lolntly with Hob Is
Bilbo was one of the Important wit
nessas for the defense today testify
trig that he knew Hebbfl was trying
to Batch Stephen Cs tlomail In a
t rlbory plot.
S li s j
1 ' M l-lli
E IS I CLAN IT
Mill M'tIM I US I M
I (.1 IN N Oi l! MINI
trniod Hill Us Uunrd Mouth ol Blue
lied niiiiM'il in Mervc oik
INM I lOVll MIUV MT-iKTN
I O l I I H h IN I III
ADVANCE GUARD TODAY
i vpeet gngg (taanhers BUI B' Horr
Mo miiiig ( unvenUun )
i Throe urns
.i two o'clock tomorroe afternoon
in the (-'irst Presbyterian church ihi
first g.'intal session Of the etgblb an-
nual coonvi ntlou ol the 1 iklehoms
Bducatlonal association will be held.
Advance delegates an BKpecied 10 US-
gin un li irn; todu) and a hen th
b) Ibe 10
members of the Hendrlckeon elan of
mountaineers who are concealed in
u mine near here. The four entrances.
to LhS mine arc guarded by a squad
ilfi picked inlllllaliu'ii under the
lM.Ni: UXB Ky.. Dei
darkness fell tonight no
escape bud been made
lack of pro-
command of Assistant Adjutant Qoo
erul Tandy Kills It Is . led thut
freezing weather und s
visions soon will bring
Thomas Hendrlokson. father Of Ihi
three brothers who ays the leaders of
the clan concealed in the mine wus
arrested today and charged wllh
conspiracy to kill Thomas Miller
whose murder La at Wednesday oaussd
I battle between the llendrb kson
clan and a posse.
Prsslej Mendrtokson is known to
be seriously Injured with a bullet
wound In his chest and his two broth-
ers also are slightly Injured. bon-
fires blazed at the entrances of the
mine tonight and the troops and
many spectators settled down to a
oampelgn of starvation of the clan.
it was discovered tonight that
there are six entries to thu mine In-
stead of four as bad been believed.
one entrance is on the Bell county
side of the mountain und the other
five on the Knox county side. It is
not believed any Of the dun have es-
caped as three nun were seen at an
entrance when the militia arrived
early today und lnimedlutely retreat-
ed Into the mine. It Is known that
the Kendrtoksons' have food und
An attempt may be made to enter
the mine tomorrow If the clan does
log session is In Id
three thousand tea
t be stale w ill be In
outbuildings: that where they ure not
now required to handle bet w een i not surrender.
the postofflce and the station theyj The mine is an abandoned one and
he not required to do so In future; M would be difficult for those un-
that w here they c ontinue to handle I acquainted to penetrate Its rsnnssns
the mull they be paid 9 1 6 extra a The bund of mountaineers In It Is
month. led by "Happy Jack" Hendrlokson
That telegraphers be not required I and those who know him say thai
to clean butteries where three 0 he will nor be taken without a strug-
more telegraph circuits ure used.
That salaries of employes w ho serve
ti legraph company be Increased by
uu amount equal to the average
monthly subtly paid by the express
or telegraph company during 1912.
A fifteen per cent wage Increase
for telegraphers. As to iho latter de-
mand the general manager offered a
The telegraphers uii i nsked that
telegraphers be paid double time for cult
Sunday w ork and for over time. This j "Happy
demand was refused noted a
The telegraphers also demanded
! thai a committee compose of the dl-
sialoi superintendent and a telegraph-
er be authorized to recommend iu-
eree - i lbs telegraph force at sta-
ceeaaea In the telegraph foeos at ste-
telt gr "iIi-ts also demanded that ths Shorly aftei
telegraph force In any station be not j and killed
reduced OVel the protest of the local i sh i Iff and
B( til '-xcei't on the recimmendab.n
of the committee unless both mem-
bt: of the Committee agreedto waive
This entire clause of the demands
w.v refused by the company.
C. Nixon one of the receiver- for
the Prison declined t might to indl-er-.fij
whet action the receivers would
lake w!..i7i the committee of tele
grapheiq meets them Monday The
negotiations thus far have been with
E. D l-evy assistant general man-
atrs:. WhOSa headquarters Is at Springfield.
i slight wound In
With th ' posse.
Usiui was shot in
unnounced last night thai ll arrange-
ments (oi ths entertaining of Uu
pedagogues had been mads und that
an automobile tour of the oily tlM
day .-t to be selected. Woe.'d I
i t i he principal features. Concessions
I ave ll -en obtained at moat "f the I"
-ai theaters for the visiting teachers.
Dr. Btratton D. Brooks president ol
ihe Oklahoma university and also th
president o the Oklahoma Education-
..i associatl in says thai judging from
reports be has received from the va
Unas otttes over ths state thai ths
record attendance In the history of
tin orgsnisotlon may be expected el
lb. Coming session here.
iiiniiig on ii ttptiial
Oklahoma City teachers will come
to Tulsa in a special train und will
remain bete during ths whols session
of the association. They have also
(tittered the list of cities that will be
in the content for the in xi omen-
tum. Muskogee nil) be represented by
more than a hundred teachers ac-
cording to w-oid renewed by th local
committee in charge.
There nr.- several subdivisions of
the association that will be iii session
dining the litres days In various
schools and churches of the city.
Among the well known speakers
who will he present during Ihe nieei
ure John e. Quncksll president of
the National Newsboys SSSOOtStlOII of
Toledo Ohio Stratton 1). BrookS of
the Oklahoma university Vtuari a.
Courtis of Detroit Michigan
The first session will be opened
v. ith u cantata "Wreck ol Keep ems"
by the chorus of ths Tulsa high school
The Bev Frank Neff win give the
Invocation which will be followed bj
w . ft Bill former president of ths
Northeastern Normal of Tah lequeh
who will Introduce the president-
elect. Judge w t Williams of Tulsa
will make the address of welcome fur
the commerclsl club while superin-
tendent B it Oberholtser ol Tulsa
Will w-lcnino the visiting delegates on
behalf of the city MhOOls
John B. Ounckell bus consented to
make un address at the BOgtOn Ave-
nue South Methodist church Tuesday
afteri ii especially for the young
ladles and mothers of Tulsa lie hu
selected us his subject "The
the Street." In his address
dwell principally open the
form of dress ..f ths averagi
lady taking up the
tin diaphonui x ray
siilit skirt und
gowns that are
gle. Hi rt Delved .
the running battll
and Oci rge Hendri
Adjutant Oeneral Kills and tho
militia w ere reinforced tonight by I
sheriff Nevans and eighteen deputies
who have been instructed to take the
Hi ndrick sons' dead or alive The
mine is in a remote mountain country
and communication with It Is diffl-
.lack Hendrlokson is
a desperate character.
Twelve years ago on Christmus eve
he killed his brother-in-law
At the first trial Kendrtcksofl was
given a llf" sentence but this was
reversed by the court of appeals und
be was acquitted St the second trial
be was rebased he shot
Tow Stewart a deputy
WUS senteniyifl to t-n
years In the penitentiary. He served
six years end was pardoned but bad
bean out only h shot time when he
got into trouble and was r"tiirned tn
prison. IPs eentettOS hed expired
Just a few days before the battle near
Plr.r for Court Tennis THIn.
TITXBDO. N. Y. lien i'7. P'sv
for ths amateur chai'enge oup in
court tennis i p. tied the Courts ofl
the Tuxedo Tennis and Bseqiiet olUb j
Boberl w. w.-snn i-feuied Oliver
Pertin S to 2 In a hard feugbl rristuh. I
i Bordon Dougias of Now Turk won
frrn' George I. Soott Nw York I j
to 0 and C. N. I-ee and PttttM Cut-
ting wen by dsfault. Pierre l.orll-
lard Jr. Will meet Wrenn end thij
winner of this match will meet j
doubles iu 'lie semi finals round I.ue
Will p:u cutting. 1
I nn 1 1 sills In the I ead
WAPIIlNT'iN. Doc. 27. - The Ii s-
trict of Columbia Rtfle association
and the Park Club Bridgeport Ootn
both wllh a e-nre nf ttl ost if 1
poasibts 1000 bud flass "A" of the
Intfc'olub rifle shoot this week tie-
eordmg ti. the scores announced to-
ddy by the National itifi" assoclstion
bate elnesn.1 kUioo tile dsle un
nlili 11 tie Ottg adiiiliiiktrallon a
in. mill iimbeil) rteflnltely troni
1.1 C lliat it would farnish nn
emple -opd of pure drinking
wan r Uironffli ihe gK inalii- end
pi eel lias no rut le . 1 fill-
finding so much popularity among Un-
Th mplete program for Monday
is published herewith!
1 1 -1 Oewral Session
Monday December II 1:00 p m.
Klrst Presbyterian church Seventh
2:00 Mudli Cantata "Wreck or
Hesperus" Tulss High School
2 30 Invocation Bev Prank Neff
'4m Introduction of President-
elect W v.. am. president of North-
eastern Normal Tahlequah
2 4 Address of Welcome Jmise
W. 1. W illiams for the Commercial
( 'lull of Tu.'sa
Kup-rlnteiident I-: K oberholtzet
for the public lebooki of Tuba
3 05 ReSPOnSS to Address of Ve
come- It. H. Wilson state Superin-
tendent of Public Instruction.
tltO Muejc Piano Solo Miss
Mar Synnott Shawnee
Tulsa HiRh Bchooo Blrls' CI les
3 ' 0 " President's Annual Address
Stratton D. Brook Si President Univer-
sity of ol.lnbntna.
1 0i Music Tulss
Problems" Stuart a
trnit Miihigan Consulting Director
of Department of Measurement. Kfri-
clem y and Stund.irdlziitlori Of th"
School of Education. Pnlverslti of
1 1 iklahoma
1 tin (I oewnraj Mrs stone
Mondny Beeembei .". N b m
Vew Cathhe rhuri i Piebtb
I n mii!i cnivereli
' hi ma 0 lee luh
"HO Address "The
I I ok end t he Track. 1 '
ball Superintendent f Be
j pie. Ti X M
j II Mueji - Dnlvei
J boMe 'Use club
1 V II Add. s- "How
j Bad Hoys' Join. (; Out
ih nt National i -sby
Tilled. 1 (HllO
I tstatnesj makes imd luck but Indue-
I try is ind pendent know ing that Its
I e.-ug-s will bo as its wink.
Light on Old
It) of Ok In-
. Pell. Prasl
I Ail i:s
r u 1 c 1 K 1 '
c K NTH
UNEARTH THEFTS OF 1
REGISTERED LETTERS 1
I l.lti I K Ml V W M Ml I II III.
I'l i I ll I SHI It Mtlil K I
line- iiiintmi i i n-1 - Mulled iiy In-
anoctors Piwnd on iiim Bj'lien
iiir-i Was Made
M'AdfiiSTBR Okla. Dec 2.
. si al i i ...uis H Mcdhann Mus-
kogee negro who bus lieen smplo)
Sd foi tin- past two iu iii I lis as sub
stltuts raiiwaj man olerk on ths
Book island between Mi Alastei and
Buyre Is being held In ths Pittsburg
county Jail bound oval to the fed
SMI grand Jury under bond of 11100
on charge of nibbing the United
Slati s mall.
MoBhann w as arrested bete ten
Cslvin ami McAlester Saturday morn-
ing by Postofflce Inspectors Osorge
Lew Is and i Iscar ' Plot - ' HO ad
in I tied his gulll and a; oominltted
to i.i 1 1 hers pending removal to lbs
B'estero lytstriol where the greatei
number ol ills robberies ale said to
hue been committed Test letters
mailed by InSI rs la-wis and
pierce Pridaj nlghi wore the cms.
of Mi sh. inn s downfall There were
fi.nr of the letters registered from
Bl Hi no i '! i. ib. .ma i "a y and Shae
nee and wlo n the postal ..tib ials sti-
ll red t in- mail oai al Cah In the con
tents nf ill i. ill of tour Were Iii in I
possession Ho bad robbed ths let-
ters' of their mono) and depos ted H
in-neat ii his underwear.
Registered letters which should
have coine In from over MoSbann's
route nova been missed at various
times for the past several Weeks and
on the night of December I several
thousand dollars worth of checks
money und valuable paper! Wen- slol
en from the local depot.
The amounts taken by htm cannot
be calculated ut this time Ho ad-
mits the robbery of ths MoAlester
depot and hus confessed also to
numerous interceptions of leglstsred
mull over his route
Oil I OH Ml ltlil.lt
ItOltltlCRI OF M N
-cir-Conl'esscti Murderer und I lubber
Made No Helens. In a Beoord-
U 'S A mi Kl.K.s Dec. IT. Balph
Cartas alias lohn BOStick on his own
oonfesslon was sentenced here today
In be hanged within ninety days fol
the murder of Horace K Montague a
passenger agent on December 1 w hen
Pt.rlss held up ii Southern Pacific
train at Bl Monte let
Pari SB was arraigned In a (Ultlce
court In-lil too the luperlr court ur-
rsigned there before judge (Javln
Craig tried and sentenced in tUfC
hours ami 18 minutes. He waived all
lights ind made no defense.
Throughout the prnc lings he
clung to the name of John BOStick
which belongs to s Baksrsfleld Cai-
man who once worked where Paris!
was employed. He wus sentenced
in 'ier this name but within an hour
wln n sln-rlff HafflmeJ of Ixis Angeles
count) told him 'hut bis parents wen
coming from llukeisfleld to see him
he I eM ab d his Identity
"Don'l lot them come" ha said "I
am Ralph Pariss and i havs made
trouble tor them all my life. I can-
not see them now "
ParlSS said his father is Janus
Partus railroad man who has been
in the Soouthern Pacific employ nt
Bakcrsfleld for 2r. yens lie also
tidd the sheriff be had married u girl
at Marion. Iowa
Partes was picked nut of a crowd In
Mn Francisco several days ago by A
B. Colen who with bis bride wus .1
Victim of the truth robbery. He was
oerrytng i watch which belonged t"
tin flagmen of the brain and when
sheriff Han. mil started south with
him to made a confession udinltting
also an attempted train robbery at
PsriSS is to be hanged at San Queti-
OKLAHOMA CITT okla.. Pec. 27
1 Special 1 1 W "hern who has
been directoi of the geollgloal survey
of the Oklahoma unlverssty today
tendered his resignation to the sur-
vey commission at 11 meeting with
Governor Crune The resignation
cuine us a surprise hut Mr. ohern
suld he bid plans f.u the future he
lould not afford to Ignore and his
fSSigliatlon was tendered In order that
le oeuld take advantage of his nw
fo ld of labor. C W .Shannon pres-
ent field geologist of the survey was
chosen to siicci ed ohern at the lat-
er's r mmendettott. Shannon and
Ohertt have been lifelong friends.
Iii lied Ptuun DisfisMed the aeiMHera
CMATTANOOQAi Term. Doc. Z1.
.. (ootbt ii les 1 pu ked front Sewanes
1 mi .t ip 1 :. ig'a '1 cb sud chat-
tsnoogs squads dsdsated the eleventh
cavalry eleven here today 10 to 0.
I W. El
1 1 1 1 1 in 1 1 n i mii 111:
111 1 n 111 in. pi BUI Hi 12.
1 1 m ' n n s mn 1 11 11 vi
REUNION WHS EFFECTED
1 niiiiie(. llisorganlsatiosi of tin- Party
in ibis Mine win Be Made by
(he IMogatl' ' "'m illion
1 IKIiAHt 'MA C1T1 . 1 17. (Spa
. ill ) Tulsa won In the selection of
tin place for holding Bis lug delegate
republican convention set for Pebru-
arj If Lincoln's birthday when the
stale central committee will be c.iin-l-btely
Tin- call as prepared ut the meet-
ing "t the central ilttee provides
that precinct caucuses In- hcbl og
January ii ami county conventions on
February 7 The complete morgan!
nation of tin- county ciimmlllees and
consequently ths state committee u
r mmended ami in this re-organlsa-
tlon everyone Interested iu a SUCCSes-
ful movement to redeem ths state
from the present regime la Invited 1c
Sin h a proposition opens the way
11 1 1' the complete reunion of any fac-
tions thai might lune heretofore e-
Istid in tin republican party and It
as ths prevailing sentiment of the
in- "ting that this would be the result
To Ptimptetciy Meorgenlsr
The new- representation will be
along the line us thut arranged In the
recent meeting of the national com.
I. ; ttOSi At the time of the county
1 onventions agon county win also
elect .1 Mngresslonel oommlttsefnan
and ths congressional conimlttens so
1 'e ted w ill meet ut the same time
of the state convention on Pebruars
12 and elect chairmen of each OOtt-
greaslnngl committee. The rsprseen-
tstlon In the stale convention will be
tin same as that of l!Hu or the last
convention Oklahoma not having lost
anything In 'he reorganisation us
Innde by the national committee.
The Information was given the
II. ' 1 tines today that tin progress!.
organisations in Qarfleld and Noble
' 1 unties tin il come buck to the re-
publican fold rind would work as of
Id. There were progressives attend-
ing the n ling as well us republi-
cans and Since the action of the nu-
tfotiel committee In adopting some of
tin principles contended for by thu
progressives removed ths principal
barriers that had heretofore existed.
Peter Delchman committeeman
from Tulss OOUtity urged TUSBV'I
lalms for the convention to the com-
mittee. Hut little opposition was
shown to Tulsa and the y.t.. was
Shor' talks were made b) many of
tiie committeemen explaining condi-
tions in their own counties and na-
tional committeeman Juno's Harris
went ova in detail the changes made
by the national i imlttee in their re-
HAD MARRYING HABIT BAD
Helen aed Prom Piisntl (sentence for
HuMiig Mm- win's ptends titiilt)
to Marrying a Tenth
NKW V'lltK Iiec 27.- The marry-
ing habit hud Joseph Kohler so com-
pletely In Its grip that soon after ha
finished serving a prison sentence for
haying nlns wives he took a tenth.
Wife No. brought him Into court
today and he pleadsd guilty to a
Charge of bigamy. When the tenth
Mrs. Kohler hud him arrested he had
w hom he married 22 years ago yi h.-n
In- was 17 yean old nnd by whom he
has had eleven children.
Three of Kohler! wives appeared
against him five years ago when hu
was sent to prison for four und 1
hulf years. According to the records
produced In court today his first wife
Was arrested for bigamy during his
tirst honeymoon und his career us a
multiple husband begun soon after-
STATE CEDLOCIST RESIGNS
Ohern's Beslgnatinn Icrapted ami
1 shannon ippointed in
1 111 1 HtSI in 11 h i n 1 in tmt
tvddie Clcotte Hu- Returned His Cost.
tract Witbonl signing ll.
CHICAO Dec 27. Bddle Clootte
who ranked nent to Walter Johnson
as a pitcher In the American league
last season. Is said to be the tlrst od
the 1H14 crop of holdouts. Clootti is
reported to have returned his ci u-
tract to the Chicago Americans un-
signed. Cb-otte is reported from his Oe.
trnlt home to have said thut although
the figure named In the contract was
not satisfactory he would have re-
fused to sign at present under any
circumstances because he hud not
been given permission b the pluyen
Clcotte Wants More isasry.
DETROIT. Mich. Dec. 27. Pitch-
er Eddie Clcotte of the Chicago
Americans admitted to Id al sport
writers that he has not signed his
1 s 1 4 contract because the sulury
whbh President Cnmtskev offered
him was unsatisfactory Oloettl bis
not commented so far as can be
learned on any action he playefl
fraternity may be taking In thu uml.
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