Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 112, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 25, 1914 Page: 1 of 24
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IS TWO MIXTIONS
A N I A L' Y
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t iinty mini I'Aiiiih
is IWO suctions
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PANICS THING OF THE PAST
iiiremi Kill Miiki - I main lal
rain.- Iiiiilx-i')!". IHiidared
Tii.- .(ii producers of 1 tklahoma
who call themselves 'independi lit'
uru in tiie hands ul inaitora who
can at win reduei the prii of oil
uvtn lower than n now Is. fust
as tuna as ii"' pipe I ' through
w in' ii your "ll flow Ik controlled
D) a few men J ast thel long will
the men who control the credits
of the umpany l the tribute!
beyond a 1 1 a t ma be reasonable
I am in ia' er of lbs pro!
Ual primaries In Oklahoma ihu
state which ia over-rtdden with
corrupt otflce holders. .Machine
politic! has dominated Oklahoma
mid im a r suit the political graft-
eri with tin- elastic conscience
have robbed the people it the
democratic election offloen do not
nhi' the people of Oklahoma the
preferential primary ' will Inl-
tlate a iiiil myself.
"The Ja ..f panic! I" this re-
public Is past The door "f op-
portunity i now opening to the
people of uli classes In the lulled
BU4.es. The recently passed cur-
rency Ml will ultimately result
In making panics iuoh a we have
experlen I an absolute Impossl
FAMILIES OF PRISON
VICTIMS NEED HELP
.TVl'l MIDI M'lM m I- M MH lit
I I l l N M
tiii -i. Krai itmiainn' i" praslon
i mull i trad in a mi-
McAldSBTIOR I Ikl! Jan. A
state wlds appeal for fundi lo aid 'he
famillea of prison officials ilaln in
domtay! prsson i"". will be mad! si
a i iu.lt ..f a man me. ting "f i tiseni
held Baturda; a request tor un up-
proprlatlon from th.' state legislature
will also ba ma. i.- bul at leas! one
famllj Ii ii' 'I- utitnte i ondlltlon and
personal contribution! arc a.sk.d to
meet Hi.- need! "i th three famlllefc
until the legislature ran id.
a i ommltlee of eli v. ngolMsens loui
.f them iHtnkers headi .1 by Mayor D
i". MoCurtaln was named to sollcli
Hi.- fund another comlmttas of three
will i ike up iiii tin' governor and
prison board Ihi question "f propel
pi .(ignition tor other officials "f th
prison Mury poster the Wrden'i
atcnoirmphi r. and a number of the
convicts who aided the officer! dur-
ing the tight Tin- ma- meotlng
adopted reiolutions no only Rsklng
fur an appropriation to care for the
families of tin three prison official!
bul also aiklna a permanent pei ilon
f.m.i rir in riimlllee if oeace nffb ry
situ lrii an T'.li1 i I'u
I'm liana al I xn i l a .
-1 of i m
in i: i i
IMiiW IN I II I
KIM H i)i 1(1 H
n i .ii iu
FINISH EVIDENCE HUNBM
if the -X ua l Ii an - I .
ui i in! association "(in
i ni eri ami Mi ri bants
Tin' Amsricaii pol
l m i i iiir Vim Mill Itegwdi Hie ltll '' " 1 nlted HtaK
Middle ' N'M "
"'''- I n volution in Mi Kli a
i Uebun ' 1 1 1 1 ' i .1
f thO I li't- .1 Stat' : ui
r ri..! ivion 1 1 Pre id m
M'I'I Ml- i H I IMI-I Ii I II M HI
i v ItltlMi (MUM H k l ul
TO INVESTIGATE ALL
PHASES OF PIPE LINE
1 .1 1 V I l:VII I . an Will
l k i IT MVIMT II I i i I
llrariiuw Mill Hi- Hi-lit mi I'i'uiumIUou
i.i I. nil I a l'i'- Una I.
lali'ium I ii lil
who an kill' 'I ut tholr port of duty.
m PASSES SENATE
The foregiug are
a public addri h al
house. The thcati
the doom and bin hundred! of audi-
tors listened attentively almost anx-
iously to every word that fMl from
ome of i he slate-
mniii by United
.ii i. Owen in
the Grand I iperi
r wan packed to
ROBT L OWEN
speaker's lips Ills engagement
rulss coming as it did a short
after the signing "f the Owen-
s currency bin. called tor special
st among Tulss dtlsena
uching on the production '' oil
" state and the present mi i M.nis
handling it. he said that the pipe
iwd tn Iran iport the Oil frnlii
ical fields were controlled iy
unreasonable tn expect mat
price of mi in i isianoms wiu in-
equal tn thai nf the Pennsyl-
products whin the very lineK
iiiah which tin- product nova are
d in inon iin are themselvss in-
ed in itn production."
iiKh he did not Openly n"'ak
nroDosed sovernmenl owner-
r nlna lines the Inference wan
drawn that that was the goal at which
iiimiim Ami' 'Ugh tim easimi-
the government pipe lines bat
..t i I Brawn. Henator Thomas
i lore tine Intrudm-en a nieiutnre into
..imrenK to Investigate the advlsabllltj
allowing hli remark! on the oil
otltlon ho munched into s uu-
that mi t with unanimous p-
judging from thi gcnerpui
applause that greeted hli remarks.
about Oklahoma anil ner po-
tactics employed bf the dom
ineering politician! in control of the
ernment retail In Okmnoms rami
severe criiicirm nt the bantu
inunt in nils 'iite do sway
mil' bin" polities Just SS long M
oflii lal-i ar. 1." t- il who ia- e
only a small percentage of the mem-
ber! "f th party behind them which
Is now the (ne. we nan look for dl"-
(CnntUMMd on PagC 11.)
l l the
IM K ll-M MilM. I II I l It
mi -i K x v i
III lo 10.
niiioiii - I'rraldcnt lo Uulld llall-
rued in Uaska at a net o(
I in non. iiiio
WASHINGTON aJn. It H a vote
of to t" Id Hi" senite passed late to-
day tiie Alasks railway bin directing
the pifsidi nt to purchase or construct
one thousand tulles of railroad in
Alasks at coit no! to exceed $40
Fifteen republicans and Bcnatoi
I'olndexter I'rofrresslvi . voted for Uie
bill. Senators Itaci n Hoke smith
and Williams democrats voted
u gainst it.
The bin plai is on tii" president res-
ponslblHt) tor i lie si leolton of th.-
routo from tidewater to llie interior
of Alaska and the construction equip-
mi in and operation or leasing of sin-ti
imes aa b" maj construct or buy t
constitute this route.
The oroadeat powers are conferred
on th" Ppresidi nt In carrying out his
The bill povldcs tor redemption
fund Into which ihall bs paid IS pi
uenl of all moneyi derived from the
Of public lands in Alaska or ol
i-.i or mineral contents. Machln-
utilized in the conitruotlon of the
Panama canul Is made available fot
construi tlon work
Unavailing efforta t reduce thi
140000000 aproprlajtod authortiea
the work were made senaioi
. mi. lib nought i" have ibe p-
prlation i.-lu. cd t. 2 . i'0 .f1 "
Senator Bmoot to B.oee.e.
ditie .in en. im nis defeated wert
tios" for government steamablp lines
to Alaska: for the Kale of AJaalCS eon
j at . "Kt iii Paclfb coast points and for
limiting the construction to one main
Tin- bill v. as amended to requln
the s nnti 'a approval to foi bid un
payment for the i will of existing
railways; giving Injured employes the
right to sue Hi- government and llm-
Itlng tin government's defense to
those provided for In the federal em-
ployers liability law of l0l.
a -imiiar bill is pending In the
hratttr w in Cetehrate
BEATTT-V5 Wash. Jan. J' M
soon as the newi of the pasesge to-
day by tin- m nate of Hie Alaskan mil
way bill was received In Seattle
1 mill' were I brown Into the atr anil a
oand and wagon bearing banners pa-
raded through the streets Thi ban
ners announced that tim senate had
pas 'l the bill and that a great cele-
bration was being prepared to take
i lace after Pi W nt Wilson had six"
ed the mi satire.
Ala. I a Is also preparing a Celebt I-
M Ultnl' HI H
BA it ri.i:s ILK Jan 1 1
i Special i Telephone call! from
rural districts within ten or tlf
I n mllei ot iiiu city rams In
continuously ibis evening from
persons Inquiring when Judge Al-
len will give his Instructions to
the Jury in tin Iteuter case Hun-
dred! of people expressed their
Intention to bs present during
arguments by couna i.
In II." pool bulls and mi the
mi . ets tonight plentj of i ven
inone) was offered that Mrs.
Keuter wo'iid be convicted
Others no! so sure wagered even
nioni 5 on a hung Jury while
others still are nfldi m tin-
woman will be ;i quit) ed
Judge Allen has locked himself
in his apartments to pi pare In-
struction i 'our. si l for both
Mrs. Iteutel slopl an hour and
a half this evening and about
K:.io o'clui k shortly after
awakening she became very nei
voui Physlclana admlniitered
hypodermics to qulel her. She
ate no supper.
it was staled hi i " tonight i
one closely associated with the
a.se thai If Mrs. Keillor Is con
vlcted she will drop dead In the
court loom from bean failure
TIE TREASURY IS EMPTY
r i io si i t Ilia's tmii) i brcab n
Idg Hi" list lW'S apll.ll In a
I n Mi l l.-
ll'll Mi AN'I I I'M!
Mini is t m i k
Kl s N i i
lt .1. Ill Kit (illtllONn
(Stuff nrrcsfKMid' nt. i
UAUTI.H8VItJ-.M Jan. Z4 Mil
M'arrauls Issued for I'm u ucr ti
li'lnlani- Im Ii I VU I
tided in tlM Muni i
WUOlAVAllO Okln i '
here Frldu) night. Tin I a ol n i h
h'Ki 'I pari Ii ip' m's are said lo hi'
Andrews who struck i'omeroj
bli w win i km eked hli the do
u kSHINUTUN Jan -1 All the
I Meglco In I Ish l uel tor Hie
ii raied ii wus dei ded toda) bj t.'ato
.'ill. 'lumlsslollel ol I mil. i n affi e
aiol I Ji at en ant I'olllinander llmd of
1 1 1 1 1 1 Mi ve an Minors Killed
Then it :s said the attendants ti tg-
l .a ma M. Router on trial here for tin K j pomcroy to afl tenor room
murder of her husband will not take jUm))ed on him with Iheii fni I and
the stand in her own behalf n in the n . d loon ill rwnrds
former trial list fall. Her physicians j.')Ur physicians who attended the
contend thi I her physical condition p08j mortem examination is Id Unit
will not permit her to testify In per- .. f nis death n'us Ihi ll I i
son and the reading of her testimony . j
at Un- former trial occupied practi-
cally the entire ifternoon TMtH studeni Meets llolisil u-viiii
1 1 w us sin. ri iv Derore z o cioi
when Attorney J R Charieton of
Bartlemille look thi witness stand
and began to road from a voluminous
document. II was learned Immediate-
ly that he Intended to read 'he testt-
i l III! 1 1 I 1 1 il li I I l.s
UANhl Its hi l ill M w it It
ill t I
III I llg'llishl'd I ll.lah.nnao MSS Hail"
mony of Mrs iteuter given al her first
I'll 1 1. AM KI'HlAi
csusei In ' he last i
lie was K ' v ; "hil I'
qucticd h Till-. i t'lraring House
I III IIW I.N si'iKi
Wo 'in not w ant In i hbi ooun-
1 1 a 1 1 v I m We do not want
any depression. Wi want itabll-
i and that is what Hie cur-
rency Kill is Intended to create
I I i om speech last night bj Sen-
ator it i . t 'wen
trfal and Prosei utor Pat Malloy "f
Tulsa county promptly Interposed o
objection demanding that if her con-
dition would not permit her to take
'he etand the ease should be contin.
lied until 'be v"s Bufficlentlj in pro v- . . . . . .
ed to testlf) . in h I v-nhootinc
ft will lie remembered that the a hi """" s"'
voung prosecutor who opposed the
frs. Renter from II I !f rr.rjjMp nu CDPTIfl TT.isJ
her co.i'ini woo'! . ... in ' ' ! . t - Pi ' I I -ill'
aln st dally ausge.t.d that perhaps uOIHIlIU Uil M bb I HMM
the defendant was too sick to proc :
with the case and continuously sug- H HhU' It.pn'i! Ii '! I UgngC
reil ad a continuance until she s'ai sas'i'lsl rrabi l or the stale
(Cnntlnued im Pag I.) m.
M'S CLAiSS HEARD
ilnialis ami i Inraln Hniii tsk Cum.
mill v I or Regional
I.I Si ' il V. Neb. Jan. !
ka'i right to a n sional r
under the new currency
laid before the i ommltete
ti in was
secretarx'i McAdoo nnd Houston In d
hesriug here today. The claims of
Lincoln and iit'Uiha ere si I forth bf
haul n and buatneia men who
for thi Ir reapeotli e cities.
Tin- lalins nf Mncoln flrsl were
presented by President P. I Hall of
the Central National Bank and rep-
resentative! if the commercial Inter-
ifternoon was ni en to
V V it's dean of NT -
msklng the principal
pi ople w ill go "a
soldiers fife and dt
is of thai deb setti
itmi There an some who believe
i.i i'ii al- Mai Mii'I't ItaMrond.
ed bj 'he
Kill WHEN AND CHILDREN
IbeN'ls Miirdracd mo Women ml
bli iron ami ion 1 1 iii i.it
Two hundred bankeri of Tulsa and
surrounding towm attended Unsocial
lio"l lasl ub lit In tin Ktill room
tiwen was theii teacher. Tlie new mi-
mluistration currencj hill was the
Uonator Owen arrlvod In Tubut
loi duy aftei i a over the t'rlioo A
icceptlon committee went to tim Katy
Ji pot "M"" tins him on ih" afternoon
train from Oklahoma City As a re-
sult ni ih" misunderstanding no on
met th" senator and hi was in bis
toii .ii the Hotel Tulsa before the
welcoming delegation discovered that
be hail arrived.
Senator Owen was tendered a ban-
quet at thi Hotel Tulsa at t o'clock
ni which 200 hank officials an i di-
rectors were present at i 10 o'clock
he addressed a large crown of oitlsens
at the Urand ipi ra house Both th
lower floor and the balcony were filled
in spite of the fact that the meeting
. vs not advertised until Baturdsy.
Senator Owen declared that hi re-
ceived no greater reception In any of
III" cilnn that he had visited slme Iib
left Washington than that accorded
him by Tutsans.
l ui-a s nances.
The most welcome news he i k ttt
Kit Mi .11 IIV IMifi I-- Nu IINQ
lull I II I HI l'i l I I i i ni
Ml SI l( s i KM
NCNE WERE IDENTIFIED
Moee raid lie Mai N"i liorprissd
Judging I roll l Hie Pel. ion . (
the tirnnd Jury
forci .I Moyor on Hie nam could bs
" 0 team i Hi i pi taolnetaolnin
ssaiiltliiB Movei win n
neasel Including Mover and i 'has li.
I anner another federation official
who was deported win. Mover were
' "anilrn i s r 1Mn u jjj s
ai willing to iwrar poshMi el) ge t'
of anj member of tin
"' hv" " mi t to make" U
ranner tonlgtit when Informed of the
Bl ""l l"'1 s action William David-
'"ii. a member of the e nv. -
"r ""' lo wi is i charge
o forces of the copper mine etrlki n
a'n 'b "ni .1 io diseiiMH the cans
"ih-i union leaden expressed ne
unrls the jury bad failed to
return any India tmenta
Pour other ne true hills" were r-
ported all being in minor . a.e.i Om
felony Indictment was returned but it
mil not i.e made public until an ar-
reel hai be n made.
'I h" -land lut r (iked the our' for
more time within whli h t nsidi t
Ihs several oUiar esses judge
n mnounced that ha would re
''I ' fim i repoi i Wednesday.
The January b i m of ihe Houghton
' "" rt win begin Monday and
the strikers arrrati d tinder the con-
si'lrai ) in. ii. -'i m iir. u'l'b r bond to
appear t that Ume Sheriff fruse
JI.' Iiolds waranta for Moyer and the
.-l i" her union Ii adi n w ho ar I .
taken io i ttradlte thi m
Most of the
i imaha Henrj
i raskn liant ;
FOREiCHERS ARE ifi D'NCE'i
I secure one of
1 1 glunal ban ka
Lshed and that
and Hi. K uut
a' .I ii f. deraJ
and ISO fed- reaeri nt rs.
ed b) reheln I John ( MltC
Mi Ailnii and lloustnr '
ft toniubt for Denver
Revolution in Haiti I- Itepidl)
tiaiulnii UrotMMl on tlic
'SENATOR' TACGART SOON
FRIGHT KILLED PEN CLERK
chl.r t lerk Died ns Itesiill of -lux k
i the itiot at Me
M'Al.GSTGIRi Hkla. Jan. 1 1. Dm
iniibt ai-'l ia' Hen-nt produced
When even wen killed in the tikla-
homa al ite penitentiary hum Inst
Monday L N Turman chief elerk of
i'.. prison died early this mortttngi
Turmsn wag in with pneumonia anii
roomed Immediately over the office!
where th st ting oci urrod. His ni-
ius wis hot serious until after the
prison outbreak. He win be hurb-d ut
ArdmoMi Okla. nil bemi lomorrnw.
i. mi Taggnrt Will Make Hi"
fur 1 nited Mates Benatoi
I nun Indiana
I la. e
I 'I he rei
I I laiti and t
i meni is
irj movement la ain-
in thi southern part of
. i" s.tinn of the govern-
Idered critical. The iu-
The soldiers with the women sur- n
rendered to the rein is and were tak-
en to a ranch near Matehuala where I ti
Major Rehello and Captain Ramtrea h
and a handful of men were the only'ei
.. io . m api . Tin I arrived In re to- i
il iv brlnaina news of the afr.ur. which si
INDIANA Pi 'I IS Ind Jan. 2 1 -Thai
Thomas Taggart Indiana mem-
ber of the demin ratlc national com-
mittee win be a candidate for t'nit-
ed States senator ngalnst Senator A.
I'. Bhleely before the democratic itat.
committee Marcb i wai the iemi-otfl.-iai
announcement made lure to-
day. Onfereneei Amnri- TarRf rt s
friendl have hsn held titling the past
en dayi. when It ts Understood the
'Ute'itlon of his caudlda'-y was dls-
Mr. Taggnrt w-ai not In Indiariiipolls
today and attempts to na"h him ut
Fn '. 'n U-k W' ie fut.le.
thoritles at Port a uPrince however
hop. lo oh' it the movi ment add pr'
vent dlaordera hut the absence of
foreign wai pi tot the protection of
forelga ri cute Is r grettetf.
have el in Bd Sim Hie date on
wiiii ti ii" 'iii admlnlatration a
inonih pi ei lonely deflnltcl)
pfoanlefd tint it would fnrnish
an gMIili uppl nf pure ililok-
Ihk winer iJwottgh the i n v mains
mid ibai prouiiM) has lint n-t
bent fuit iii. it.
FEARED THE HU nfllLlATIG:;
Kiih'i Him "ii Rather Thaa lace
nun Martial for
L.EAVBNWORTH Kan. Ian :m.
ratin r than luffer the bumlllattofl al
being triad b court martial M a i"'
i irj . hi rife Morgan C. Hall a private
at Port IseavM wortl h d mJ kiiici
dl - If today.
Hall wai charged with perjurv for
ny h uv at Ui iriiil ut an
I mi ol :'. er.
v Rough Outlbm.
or iii"t" than tWi i " "f theae r. g M
l reserve '.inks explained th - Sea
star in outlining the prlin lpal f".iture
tedei ii rest rve banks is i omp M i "f
Secretary McAdoo "f the treasury
Becretary Houston ol agriculture ami
ir.t ii.';. .' i in thi ge i Its as It
will put from 150 tn 20U million dol-
lars In them Any mefitorlo IS na-
tional bank Baa "I'taln Oradttg from
(i untled ou Page j )
Km erimr Vol iiki i
HID RAPIDS Mich Jan. 1 1 - Ti s
rullty partiaa should be punished."
isld Hover nor Vi rrii it hli bom. here
tonight after ti" waa Informed by the
tasoclated Press of thi si tlon of the
itraun Jury at Houghton I hat Inves.
i Irs ted the Moyer tm Idem
"i cannot "wy whether i am tatis-
tii i v Ith the reeult of the urand Jurya
Inveetlgatlon becauie i on not know
what evidence was i.iiii before it"
said i hi u'i nmr.
"The law was violated when Moyer
mi Tanner w.-r.. forcibly deported
and i cannot sa) whether the work
of the ri .i mi urj in this particular
matter is s.-nif r. t. the Mete."
Moyer Vol Knrpi fasod.
INDIANAPOLIS lnd aJn St. "I
II Moyer president of the Weetern
night that the speclsl grand Jnry at
Houghton. Michigan had returned a
"no true bill" aft.'r lis Investigation
of the alleged kidnapping of Mr. Moy-
er from the " 'pp' r itrike n ne
"The personnel of thi grand Jurv
whs the best evidence to us that ther
will he no Indictments r"'urned
ignlnst members of the Cltlaen'i '
llanci " he nu I rt
Mr Meyer said he did not . ire tn
make any further atateemnt until he
hot more particulars He is here at-
nd ng the convi ntli n of the United
Mine Workeri of America
STREET MURDER AT BRISTOW
M-Ycnr-Olri Rof Kited in tfuarref
iiu i lla I aleo ni a
ebb i ged
i DOS fo.
i h i - at-
a enW he.
al l wheg
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tli kill". I llirl-
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