The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 55, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 22, 1907 Page: 2 of 8
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Povr an- entirely free from It.
It may develop •#.lowly as to cause little tt
any disturbance mfrimr ehildhood.
It may then produce dyspepsia, caturrh
•nd marked tendency to consumption ibefore
manifestInff itself in much cutani
tion or glandular swellUu:.
It is bent to lie
to rid you of It radically and permanently
in. usual liquid f<>rm or in chocolated tablets
amowu a- Sarsatabs. 100 Doses 51.
Guarant -<i nixlor Food aud Dm#* Act.
June 20. I'jOti No. im.
LURNING Qfr OIL l'N
Oklahoma City Jurists Holds it no
Offense and Frees Two Women
Held on that Charge
Tlit: miLAtimuA S-'-TJji UAm-Ai,, fc'/> i'UKXJA Y
•• DEFENSE LOSES BUT
Frisco Oflcials is Pleased With Re-
sult of Trial by That Syuteru—
to Continue its U3e
to the State
, " J,,n.e 21- "burning of oil
m < M i.-isxiMiRcr locomotives has urov-
en eminently satIhfactory In every re
mado by John
master imchunla of the Frisco
'he puHt two week* iiuh kept
11 "f- 'he results of the new
<f running road's engine*.
used Is fuel oil, obtained from
' '<• and on port of tho system
lesha. It is burned In oil i(J-
en the northern division of ttm
Including the territory as
"s Sprluglh Id. The first test of
fuel In passenger engines wa
about two w. eks ago. and slm.-i
11 pound Of Coal has he.-n
I has been burning oil In
Witch engine for two
Fliere is little dlflfi-ronco botuvon the
cost of coal and,oil." said Mr. Forester,
but the former Is fur superior In ninny
ways, and there can hardly be anv com-
parlHon Ry Its ps, all ashes and cinders
Jin completely don.- away with, thu
Increasing the posible work to be jb-
tnlnr.i from each engine It produce*
practically no smoke, nnd best of all, It
IS^ to be de| ende,l UpoU-Ilt all tillles.
"No matter how good a grade of coal
Was used, l Was Impossible to avoid
pi tting a bad lot sometimes, and all fli •
efforts of the fireman was unavailable
to keep tip the required amount of
steam. For this reason trains were
sometimes late. Ily burning oil all the
possibility of such an occurrence Is
done away with. Its steam producing
power Is always uniform and always
greater than that of coal. Not since
begun the us of oil has a single passen-
ger train been .i minute late on account
of the lack of steam. It Is not as hard
on the ' nglnes as coal, and they will
lust much longer when It is used."
The road U contemplating the use
oil in all of its locomotives us •far
Special to tlm State Cupltal
Oklahoma City, June 2J -That
women or Oklahoma City have „
to stand up to a bar and take
drinks ulotiKKhlo of tho men
derision handed down hy Judge lllgi.i,...
I,u"''0 <-our'- Th. case In controversy
r, L" """ <" Klllaboth Burford aud Cu|.
Ho Moore charged with frramentlng „
■!"« room run In connection with the
t'nlon bar on Flr.t street.
Ky'denee Introduced In the cane show-
d that the women were In the .
■ were drlnkl^ , t
I The city ordinance tat,-s ■pecl(le;il|J
that all women found loitering hi „'r
liablein"'" r°OIT':* tho C">'
liable to a fine on conviction
Attorney Olddlngs for the ,l..fen,e ba .-
cd hi, argument on the f„et„ Ulo
women were drinking from the bar and
were not In a wine room. He stated
that as long as there was no ordinance
,h0 loitering of females around
the bar,, they could not he held respon-
(continued from page one)
XVLOKWIWU, JUJNE 22, 1907,
to Harry Orchard
through the PacUl
company in the fall of 1904. The state
called Jim Seaborn, u colored hor*
trader, who swore that ho sold a horn
and buggy to Orchard In Denver in 1905
wood was bound by the acts of a it
Trial Leads to Denver
Going over the San Francisco chap
ter and accoun ing- for the attempt on
Bradley, who was
v; ■' " ^
' r-legraph | grounds parallel will, the murder of
Blcui, nbertr. Senator Borah said
"Take what jath you will and fol.
ney for the defer
•greed with the utVtr-
e that there was a dif-
ference in distinction of wlno * „„d
bar rooij-j nnd held that as long is
there was no city ordinance against the
habitation by women of tile liar rooms
the women in contrmeny could not he
men who rode with Orchard. After that
the defense admitted that In June 1U03,
Haywood sent to Htove Adams at
"gdon and when tne Wlcinry showing
had been made on the record the proaccu-
tion formally rested.
I he motion for an instruction to tho
Jury to acquit was by agreement pre-
sented at the afternoon session, and tho
Jury was sent back to the Jury house out
of hearing of the argument.
Richardson for Defense
Attorney K. p. Hlchnrdson made the
principal argument In support of the
motion in a long, carefully prepared and i
eloquent speech. He took for Ills guide
the Idaho statute which forbids convic-
tion upon uncorroborated testimony of
an accomplice nnd quoting many authorl"
ties in support of his contention that
there must be convincing corroboration
n 11 rely bid pendent Of the testimony of
he accomplice and made an alysls of
i'li tho tMttmony offered. He. declared
that none of the testimony could stand
without the support of Orchards storv,
and that the statute specifically forbade
ptance under these clrcum
low which trail you will, it leads al
'vays back to Denver.
of the Sa" Francisco we find that Or
chard Is being sustained by a party
whom ice contend Is a member of this
' onsplracy, ar;d not ils Harry Orchard
nor ai Thomas iligan, bt-; as Jac.(
Dims,-5 ar^i Hurry Green. Why? this
urney was sent to hlln b Pett|bone
v.-ho committed forgery in doing „o "
Senator Borah said that every n..r-
■'>" upon the platform nf the Inde
leuencc station was an enemy of
the Western Federation, of Miners.
I'.vory man was marked
tiin by the conspiracy.
Passing to the incident of the
Me.irn ii letters he declared that Pet-
bone gave Orchard a letter under a
nttln>, "t a time when* lie was
f'ealfodv CUn°n C'"y '° kl" «°™™o.
■Sector Brtrah contended the let
Icr written by Haywood l„ Mrs Or
1 her thnt her husband'
was in Alaska when he ™ really #n ™ZJr",'i
Special to the State Capital
"Mngum, ok., June 2j._A Jury
the probate c„Urt at Mangum brought
a verdict of guilty UKaln„t J. N. Klm.
of cltv. a wealthy ea„,e
lnZZ,ubT,nn]y oklahoma but "1m
ntiu southwestern countrv, cspe.-iillv
the du,HeVt ^,0 "t0l'k I"
t ie districts affected by the Texas fever
and' lns"he 7* '7 "" "x'^ ' ">atlon ls
«na n.is been carried on
The offense for which Kllnberlln w„«
convicted*was for n,Whcky"\,Z
off and on masted and „uan,u„ned
Inately, ignoring orders
METS RELEASE TWO
PITCHERS AND FIELDER
Oklahoma City Players Being
Trimmed to Fourteen—Dairyai"
pie to t.ie Three I
Special to the State Capital
Oklahoma City. June Jl. - Thc Oklaho-
ma < itv club owners today announced
m r'''™so "< Dr- Ralph Gibson .f
MarisvlUe. .Mo., and Eddie Page, both
' this city, pitchers, and Frank I.ofton.
-i « ,Y° yeurs been playing tho
Iflcoiv i? thft Metn. Lofton will
,,H« J°'nlth0 Webb City team. The
cansp f « . C,Ub °wnerH wns taken be-
rnnw n number of players being
carried 'on ti' W,1,ch ut Pfoscnt being
tarried on th«* Mkirv n„
Wlcllt^ c,hna 4: topeka 1
vJofVhiv,',, ?r'wo,k on
for the locals ,It ^ vwl u" """
feated 4 to 2. y> T°Pektt bel"c «•••
0 n 0 0 1 0 1 0 0.5 ^
BaMerles Wliyht °and° Brw,n* * " '
"rr'ed on the salary list
Cltv That today from ""ebb
Pfii1 ,I.)U!?:TP'?' ' " ->• captain of
In the hereafter nil women desiring a
drink can step Into a salfm. walk up to
the bar with the men and nominate ami
their lotion without fear of mo-
lestation bv tho police. An effort to
cover up this defect |n the city ordinance
mny be made by the city attorney througn
also argued that the
only showing that In
• '' 'I ' lay wood with the
i"d that the statute forbade eon-
state, argued with like fore
fetra tH />The Kind you Hjm >sm.s Bmgtt
° TJ PliACTICE SHOOTING
I'orc to Pick Winning Team for
WTtf.Jcni! lonora at Meet Thia
for p, r
' /; ' ,viv, j. Nllp,
'\ 11*1 in Heriiiv^haw,
ilry, l!ie military irslructor
una miih ii"l gu:;rd have left
•111 to g^t things In readiness
1.. prartico which commence*
* men fr.un . ach of tho
KEYSTONE "TRAIL" THE
PATH OF BOOTLEGGERS
More Whiskey Introduced Over
that Route than all Others Says
Deputy Marshals o ••
Special to Ih.fstato Capital
Mm liogee. I T„ June "I Slore .wills*,
key Is brought in to the Indian Territory
over the Keystone trail than from ail
other directions combined" declared a
deputy Flitted States marshal. This 1*
fi well beaten path leading from Kev-
Btone, oh., to Tulsa. over whlcli* 'the
whiskey is hauled. Spies constantly
shadow the officer* and when the latter
he trail the word Is sent alo ig
to the bootleggers. The s.il • Xk men in
Kevs.tone are as mum as the proverbial
clam when information Is sought and
tho bootleggers would rather to Jail
than to throw over one of their pals.
These bootleggers give Turltory offi-
cers more trouble than any other. A re-
iurn yip can l>e made to Tulsa within
twelve hours. All of the whiskey Is
hauled Into Tulsa according to tlie offi-
cers. as much of It ih used In the oil
fields. Special agents for the dooart-
ment of the Interior, for^he Hupprdislon
of 111' \i 'ting iimuoi-s, have sp.m much
<>f their time til the vicinity of the Key-
stone trail and will eventually o make
some important captures they think.
LYNCH MAY FOLLOW
eloijuenee, that I lay wood's connection
I|;| been imb-pemb-ntly ^ own and that
Orchards testimony lias been corrob-
orated by Mi.iep. ntb nt #-lr. iimsiances and
evidence. If• • also submlit.|d a general
argument to show that the ."ate had es-
Xjihlished the existence of a genTrul con-
spiracy In which I lay wood was a partici-
pant. and In whlclr he strongly develop-
ed tile alleged connection of Pettibone
Clarence Pairrow, who closed, pleaded
that there was not a shred of evidence
In the case capable of standing without
"tlm rotten thread of Orchard's story, '
to sustain It and that the plain provision
of the Idaho statute made the duty of
the court clear. He ridculed tho idea of
a general conspiracy and con tended*^ hat I
if the most liberal allowances were made I
for, the entire showing# f the state that
it would not make out u case against tho
prisoner worthy of subniiusion to the
From witness to witness Richardson
passed, continuing his review of their
testimony and in each caso asserting
that there was nothiiy? to connect
Hay wo Awith the murder. Taking
up the evidence of, G. M. Stuart, who
testified yesterday to having the trou-
bles in the Couer D' Alcnes Richard-
son said: •
"Why, your honor, we can And 5,000
men 1 u Idaho who arc guilty of tha
murder of teunonberg if u denurpla.
tion of Steuhenberg made# a man
guilty of thnt murder- Here was liay.
in-b Pen,lent of Orchid's te«$n.or]v
crtmeC0Trtf1,HayWCn" """ «"
rime declares «ia, when Hay
•ood brcugnt the letter Orchard wa.-
it Caldwell with Slmpklns. one of
\n„ ? th" Wc,tern deration
nbe 's" a'"U"S; 3 b°mb.for s"-'un-
Drj-row •Follows Borah
Te J f row foil
in the case attacked the validity
of nn order from :i federal livestoc k ln-
" .eetor ami alSo disputed the well
t.iblhdied l*.-t that the Texas fever i;, |t
Is the only agency In nature
tne fever can "
tit11 , , , ann «nced that they had
already T !" wl'ntWlla associate had
already Ho eloquently BU|d. •
t...'be ™mmencement he laid down
transmitted. In both
is ances ,he court held to the contrary
deciding in no uncertain language that a
■dera Inspector's ant |, eo-o d „
' 'W"h ,,hllt "< territorial In^Mtor.
J f the presence .?
1 Senator southern cattle (fek establishes .ti
ptxjjjf of Infection among cattle
Departments Work Tooeth-r*
During the post tw
national rlflo <
Dr. I high S
In charge of
Reno, which will b • glv
lug in the post hospital
While the fit!' contest
between 250 and 300 me
which did not really repr<
of the guard, t klahon, i i
the Li> r at the Se;,g|rt c
uenal corps will praeticu
which eb ven m n will i>e
s-nt Oklahoma at the
fst t, be held this year
tve for tho fort
1 corps from l£i
ts on. Alt' ig 'tiier
en wll be In camp
^ i which was not
tic manner, and
sent the ability
us fourth from
It Is believed that a rlffie team can bo
sent to tlm national shoot this year
which will put Oklahoma in a much
higher (foss nnd give the territory
creditable position among the states rep-
resented at tlip shoot.
O -dX 'F II X -
B«ar« ti, -'9 Kind ye« kmn Bou£ll
SPEEDY "HONK" RIDE
BY SPORTS AT LAWTON
Special to the State Capital
Lawton. Ok . June Li. Five miles in
thirteen minutes. |s the astonishing rec-
ord made last night by one of the \1-
en touring ears of tnls city. The ma-
chine whl. li holds the speed record f.ir
this section of the country is owned by
Bob Ab'ech. Leaving Fort Sill
and travollt:- live miles over a
road the\ ¥ Seh «d the Owl I li-
nt 5:43. There was In th
Shawnee Unionist Considering
Criminal Libel Suit Against C.
Shaw: • c, ok., Juno 21-J. Ilarvay
I 'V lie! i nf Sliawine the l.'.l"ir leaded wlio
Was ae 1 |>y i \T. Haskell, democrat-
ic candidate f,.r governor, of being .tn
•x-convli t from the C'okimdo penlt< n-
tlaryjhtring th«- rtc^it campaign, is all
to ii" pre paring to make trouble t'.*r the
Muskogee man through the Institution of
. criminal libel sult.#He stoutly Insists
lie was not the man Haskell claimed tie
was. and In proof of the st atement -jays
Haskell failed to publish the entire In-
scription accompanying the photograph
alleged to have been Lykich's.
He claims tho full description woull
I have shown that the ex-convict refer-
I r sl to had a deep Indentation or sear ovsr
his left temple, with a^Jieavy scar u. 1
the back of his right hand, which wa*
rendered useless lie „ays he baa nelth r
of these aflllctlons.
He fMrth r elalms ho lias ohta'.M^I
information that the iman alleg ,| by
Haskell t.> have been hnn ly now iu the
newspaper business In 4\ n Alaoamv
town under an lssumed names.
•Die criminal libel stilt br ight by X.
D. Card well avalnat Mr. IlasU.-ll v. 11
probably be called for bearing in the lo-
ourt the first part of next we-k.
wood whose brothers were trefit.
harshly antH imprisoned without trial,
who, with strong language, critlzed and
denounced the action of the mar, who
v. as rosnonsible for the conditions
then existing. This was in 1809 and
Steunberg was killed In 1905. Why.
your honor, are we going to accept
vuch language at such a time as evl-
deryc on whlch*to hang this man?"
In conclusion Mt lUchnrdson said: |
Scathing Critism of rchard
"X iw your honor I have shown you
the law and I have glvpn you the.
lact as to the evidence. I have pre*
• ent ii :his case wito all candor.
" rill.-, care has been* discussed from
"ii - end of the country to the other—
b\ the newspapers and by all the poo.
o ntil we found it ex*. tnel.v dlf
flcult to get iP jury. It seems to mo"
that to leave this case to a jury from
tl^s community is#to leave it to pas
• '"n 0,1(1 Prejudice, whegi the rules of
l.iw^ ought t,. dispose "f ^t here and
now. If this were an ordinary ca^e,
I believe no court Woyld hollow to
;i«'t *!il.M(r with the motion we have
tiled here* Hut
human, as nil •
Z:T"YCtt-m that 11.0
oonKiilr " "' "f H y«ood with a
",,M y mu3t be sh"wn.
"\vlier'e'"C '? 'h,'8 l'onHI>lracy?" he sal J.
mt ! ' when n,l<J Who?
It must be shown. Was there n
V"1 S'-^^bcrg? W
\Va'' th , Plra':y k' governors.?
cna? , 11 '"""I'lru.y to kill every
It la ridiculous |n the face of it
<ld ten6' ".i"JW th°' '"0r" tha"
' ^'lel y' Prove u constplracy "
As to Rancid Editorial, *.
lect uPur™w«warmod up no his sub.
the Mta!? ■ m reacllcd Ul" articles I,,
™s n Why, tho man
"as a 1,1,uer working In the bowel,
n, •S|lvvr he
« the most violent articles
the mauaslno were written. Since
ma" hocatne an, ,.Ulcer of the or-
•fe'-'tiizutlon, the itill.lt> P articles ha o
a ppei, red . W.thl,. ,,„> ,Jt f„^
would be better u> ahut down thi
printing prc,s,% and aboU.h rZ*
crin ? beCau80 of • ' Intemperate
to bo h* °f """Paper, wm
two years the depart-
"f '"frlcultSr... ftiroturi-, bureau
"'> 'o hyw that anv ,,tlie ..
or iii'.'hiber or the Western KedJatbln
crlf] k'u"w anything th„
the ki'll|1i',''"ef t-t 1d"p,'t
rry an^ th
'nlmf 1 Indus'.ry, ho
without cost o, the territory In 11,. r.i-
. 'it 'on of the Texas lever ticks. Ilv re,.
' c°-°P0rutlo„ .he lerriT..^-
ognizes the authority of a federal in-
spector etmn'ly with that of „ territorial
Inspector, and both have worked band In
he II 'h"t,h°,Pe 'O
till livestock Interests in Oklahoma bv
' , ,, thllH giving raisers prlvl-
a r the northern native markers.
A farm to farm canvass was he«rnn
last yenr when a force „r inspectors was
thi flri'l u-l""' ""'1 Put In
Infested tliey were quarantined and ti,,
owner directed to dish.feet them Th,
teriitory.co-operated In the work. Tue
owners of stock were practically unaiiT-
mous In complying with the quarantine
regulations and In their willingness i*
clean their hertls from ticks. In a few
Instances some opposlUon wns exeprl-
enced, and consequent violation of Iho
r.*UlatlonC Tiie authority of an insp'c-
gr employed by tlie government has in
one or two riislanccs been questioned
but the case above clt.~d Is the first
time ^vhere the Issue was actually rai .■]
in a legal proceeding.
Stockmen Approve Verdict* •
The court s HndlnK I* of moit Ihatfor
Unary ImpoXanee. stockmen In ge,„.rii I
but more especially 4hc.se who voluntarily
pf ntrll>iit ...l t .
^ree° ii" |D"b"""". ' « team of tho
"Dar r . ^"e^rr Fleming.
i.il has long been one of the' most
popular players In iho Western assoch".
on but a few days ago when tie was
suspended and fined by the umpire th"
fine was deducted from his salary and
J.c refused to accept it. Slnfe that he
has not been playing ball. Dalrymplo
played with the Guthrie team during ilia
RAILROADS ASSESSED HIGH
Taxes, in Oklahoma Are Greater
, ° Than in Adjoining States
Xo pireat ^pcrease In the assessments
of railroad property will be mado ay the
Oklahoma Ixwrd of railroad
At Leaven worth—No game-rain. ' jj
okla. city 9; joplin 0
Oklahoma City, June °i t« «h i ®
^"^ve^icp T wa." S
soi\o McFarland a slants.
10240100 1—9 9 3
P'1" o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0—0 ■> s
Batorlea—McFarland and Henry Gil-
bert and Vamlerhlll.
DENVER 8; OMAHA 2
Denver, Colo., June 21.—In i nitoh*?'.
bit tie I)enver*W9n from Qrpaha tho "
ore: II H P
ol" uer 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 x-6 7 2
°®aha 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1-2 4 4
••Batteries—Adams and McDonough; and
Thompson and Lebrand.
JUDGE m masters ill
Lawton Jurist Suffers a Stroke of
unwashed FILES 9 • —-t-.
- t. Charles Mo., June 21.—The Wa-
asseyisors L,aH" Railway conipanv flw <i
ton yj?® u' ®overnor Prantz, Superlu- "8° 'or 200,000.000 In "favor of th"
nd nt Dyscho and Secretary Fllson, Bowling Gt^en Trust /v> «
when the meeting is held'noon a"' county®cW, '
f t r a " Go™™'*- Franta from The mortgage Is t?
elorad.. \Hien ask. l about the matt r I l.nn^l. . ,
to.,ay. Secretary J'Tilson wild: I ' 8 at four
"Th.; boa it] ban not taken acfion and
I cannot say what it Will do. 1 do not
1 ' v"> however that there will be a very
material increase In the aoseHlnent of
' lr..ad jiroperty Iiailroatl |(e>perty 111
4l,!iom,i Ui now paying more taxej
than in any of tile surroundhiK states,
rile assesament Is not so h%h but the
amount of taxes paid Is greater.
'I^moc-rntie orators and perw>ns mia-
inforna-il often jKilnt to the aMen m*nt
of tiie Choctaw main llne through Arkan-
sas oil ta mluajtlon of $14,000 per mile
and Hie same line In Oklaliuuia at Ja.400
per mile. They fulrget tha-t In Oklahoma
Iho assessment rof property is on a basis
of about one-fourth the actual valuation
ri r * how that Instead of payln*
less taxes per mile in Oklahoma than in
Arkansas the <llioi-taw uays ^| per mll^
more here, "l-ast year the <'lioct,iw pall
31C.1 per mile in the state of Arkansas
#and 5217 per mile in Oklahoma."
MAiYDAMUS FOR J^ARBER
• m 9
Enid.Judge Charged With Man-
secure fifty yoar
• PGr ^iljt interest and
is the first refunding and extension
gagefTi7.loas<w a" other mort-
pan" ag ' tho rallway "m-
your honor is onl>
as all of us pre human. I
■ -U your honor to separate the judffft
from the Tiumanity that# controls ,.s
Hero Is the*flattest case ever pre-
sented to a court of law If we leavn
,n' ''"'"'"''"V °f Orchard, the criminal
who.-*-* testlmr ny shows him to be '.he
greatest criminal in all tne ages bo.
fore. Here Is a case that has fallen
fiat wilhont^Orchard and all the t.
tinior,v fills to the ground witho
a " | ,lio ::i(l (,f thlf f« ul fiend of murdf
Isidore in the Big Pasture is Only iri* * ' «"« . and this is an the pink.-
* Half Sold 9 LV°nS f n nroduco to u« after mo
- • u^'re not sup-
>"at Orchard wns ZW ^
her!4'09 JjTchard'« Testimony
ea« Vs ^ere*a witness in this
"elrrlcb|Ut^n,fUm^i !o aldP|'ny,leL°m nm""« . A Sl!" <«M*ln the sunreme
. .. Interest by all on acount j Jatlng two mandiates of the
tnsane, will BE
TAKEli FROM "PEN"
Special to the state Capital
Oklahoma Cltv T-nrim.
Garrison has beT.'. „ ! . , 3L SilwitJ
has bJe™ dece| rPedn'hvn,'a,7 "T"'6 "
nt^he'last" tern""; N°b'e ounv-'lo'tl'S
of George Williams a™,"" V Thonm""'
•he trial, declared he^afn""'"*
ollectlon of .vor having killed a ° """
and when sentenced by Jud^„"ii',','™'.'I
Informed the offlcer, .Lt he^had ^d
a_ kangaroo court trial. He waa eLacd
of the prominence nf the defendant an,1 court of the TnHe.1
the interests at'stake, Stockm. S now tiff appeals to the
" ue\ f tbat the dngr <• of success Jn ticl« Ok) ifloma f,> ra wri
l>r:il io.lli/,n ...111 V- n ^
- J |n.
.•w... to the livestock interests th- Con-
tinued benefits of ^ie northern nativ
Henry Perry, of Norman, territorial
livestock Inspector, was the complaining
States. The plain-
supreme oourt of
writ of iman&a.mus to
eunpel Judge <4prber to withdraw his1
appointment of a receiver and abfdo by
th.- mandate of th0 United Stutos fjrlbu-
I lie <*iso ri^>\vs out of an old land con-
test In whi !i J. Royilx wa« plaintiff ajid
yOWN LOTS GOING SLOW
Special to the State Capital
Lawton, Ok., June 21. Less than h
of tho towiPlots In the government toy
site in the proposed city of I sad ore,
tlm big iiustupre r- serve. were Mold
th>- recent 1*t • ib- lield at tb t pi
The townslte eomtnlslon returned to t
(\>!iini.intbe Indian '. ils ne.ir tins ■*
today. They report that the Iota we
j The Peilecied
Be up-to-dale. Don't use i
iJjmoned dintiper to li!|it. (;ct
3 Oonk Jn^ll-riliinirounUin
Pen. >ills nd cltans iiscll hy
B i. s c- 1 '->cl> Of thumb Id
^ Crrcjccn*-Fi! cr. S.iv 3 /.'N|
S lime, troui):-w and jr/ /kyx *
;| ooyaiice. / StiM
3 co;^r " * V'^
1 •JCit-Filliijg Ten
will (ivewr -..-.tiola Miif-
Indian school until June 21 when tlv '«
townslte of Appctone wll be sold at pvlb- J ti
lie uuction. o
—■ 1 g|
PRISONER SUICIDED «
Cliickasha Burglar nd Forger Ends
Own Life *
• • th
Special to the .state Capital. is'
Chickasha, I. T.. June 21 -Ike Cun- ,!l
r.inpthiim, the most desperate prisoner I 1 f
ever confined In the Jail at this plae< '
< « nimiited suicide Monday ir^rning at ' ' ^
the home of his mother near Mercer j 1
'do-, Cunningham v as arrest.-d ■ ^
'n tiie year fur burt*Ury and for;'. : \ 1 "•
While waiting In the jail to be trans- [}"
ferred to Ardmore he attempted t "l;l
burn the Jnll. atyl almost succoed-d l,,(V
He was 3f year
and very coarse
■ f his death he wns out on bond
tr lamop to instruct tho
1 vwdlcl a .
Borah Tikes Up Arrjument
'lor Borah who. i <, behalf of the
utlon, opposed th.. motion, h-\
t'l!; 11 1'1 Mr. it , in r,j
Hed Ir-- , 1 , :uent and
f address. lie then expressed
'ief that the primmer ^o-ild r-
ftjlr trial it. noise. Taking up
«p'n "i law ivernlni the
ny «'f the acconipliccs. he nr-
,r>t the authorities did not
as tho defense contended in dK
mr accomplices n0 contended
was not n-cessary that th«>
' 'tlve cvMence houbl com.
•- - nien to save his own
"Mi. Darrow,turned to the
Slmpkins on Do.
of •Stfun.-^.-rg b«-a,uJSe''heth^aI!1eUrOrr
state evltlence (jfortuced bv tha
tubers'. CalcISvell to kill stcun.
now turning to
- « .. tn^iu III nifj ■ * OUli.f v
fitness In the ease. Mr. Worry has I.. . I Myrtle alii,-tie J. reitdaat Komi* forecloa
"""•o.-ssful In the prose,-Utifln ,i 1 •' ' ••«« on tho Tnil,<t„ fanm a.l
Claily Of those who have wilfully vhilnt ,l J"lr>in|f ICnld on the northwest anj later
the (|uarautlne regulations. It in believed I K'°'(' th. farm to T w Trnt i.i«<*
the above case will set a precedent that I
will have very beneficial results in ti...
|,roper observance of the quarantln- ! Wl11' h
regulatione In Oklahoma.
Olllette, the defendant appealed tha
to t'se I'nit.-,^ St:^ea supreme cotirt
• rsed the decision of the lower
to the guards while being taken
pen Kent In ry,
. telegraphic .briefs
anclnnatl-A *,, slmlar to that filed
Ktf t rn
ifeo itdhcttt" court hero some ti mo
m,o an,l was transferred to the Colum.
US division of the court district
St. Paul Announcement of. tho
polntment of p. H. Jft-t.'aulcy as
accountant, and « C. ltoi-, as
X fd'nt * transpor talon were
m*dc at the Northern I'a.-lfi-. ral v
headquarters here. Mr. Roth'
quarters will be at Tacom
of Mr. McCauley ln St. Paul
Washlngton-Vscount Aokl. the Jan.
?sn<it>r' ha" 11 talk With Sec-
^.terday 'r. Vi" """" ^.airtment
Billing., Mont. — llomeseeke.--, m tin. li-
ii.K into this rlt\- In anticipation of ti
drawing for land- In the 4*inl!cv irri
cation project on June 2« Teaterdav
more than 1.(100 hom.-. -ker arrived
Secretary of the Interior James ' R.
Garfield will personally oversee the draw-
hut stipulated .that ITardiaB I ,k''™Tj'raay 11 waa announced later at
,he ^wrtmott that there was no u,wa
f.-liould net be disturbed in the possossion
of the fatrm while the case was still In-
volved in the courts. The plaintiff ul-
IU gCl~. t,iat J^dfe Gurber violated the
I m.yidate of the supreme coudt in thut
t 'fr i i>|n inted a receiver for the land and
inatructed him to collect the nuts
A GOOD RECORD
on tho Japanese situation.
aspect IT thf'cVe"CDUS9'nS ""f"1
ni" case Darrow \«* h the
argument"6 tt" «
lean champion, turned
'.ttiect—- coMiMv"'""l*J,,.i"..f0nn<>c! I his total H5J
turning to Senator Borah
connect with *hat . ^,,e
• '-'-.".he' Sis!r"h^,;;r';""r",,,ft
""i. the informer aiul
Fort Reno's , New Commander ii
Mayor James ti rv .> ,u„
manding oiTI.-er at leon ' n W °°m-
miikary ZZ*"*' %
I IS" H " , / W, at Po*it. July 1
Hoy Lake. Englan.f In the • thlr 1 ' o-".Vu" "Ve"" '*• ^
round o, the professonai^mphm- j
led in ,. f.-or-' Of St. ni''J"r is Well liked by nil th.
Pittsburg.—There will he no advance
wages In the sheet nnd tin mills -if t'«<
country this year and no strlk«"wiu f db.w
the refusal of tho manufacturers to con-
cede the Increase of 10 to i. per c nt ln-
rrease demanded aOhe annual conven-
tion of the amalgamated association .1
Toledo last month.
case from the
'r, conclusion he" appealed
oourt to withdraw the
Jurj^ltmiits the case.
Cost's Decision Quick °
h' ro^t is thoroughly satisfied
- cause should bo submitted
the jury. I, I fe„ al(rer.ntjy
Rrcd that th
featured. At tli
wns o\it on b
RACING CIRCUIT FORMED
eclal to tlm State Capital
>klahoma City, Jane 21. The pre
.ry orgnnidation of the Oklahoma
c nwl ■ fair circuit with P. N. K. p
uls Valley ;ls president and A. n.
•et of Xorman as secretary has t
schedule of racing da ten has I
•pant in tho «v
" Caldwell, it w
" W that Hay woo
nnry !r, proving
would no, heatltate to «„ rule
1 o court then explaine.f
«ri!ieo opIN n'6 b ,h<" evi',, ,1c® 'n a
tlock on M.X|'ril'n,. Unt" 10
TRANSFER TO PORTO RICO
Eng-ineer in Reclamation Service
Will go to New Field
| Por^nnd. Portland's first rfise
nival and festival Is in fell =^lnp
terda.v 2,200 school children prod tie
finest panide ever attempted on the nor-
tbe Pacific coast. Portland's famoj
forestry bulldlnR, the largest In tho
world, was decorated with not less than
a million roses. •
Norfolfc, \*;i With a session last^ig
until five i. rlork yesterday morning ti: •
Travelers Protectve association of Amer-
ica concluded its annual convention after
splectlnsr Milwaukee as the next place
liked by all the man
corrloand. His hatalllon I, eon
' he oo. of ,hp bcst ^ the mfan_
try branch of th0 sarvii™
Accidental Dropping of Fuse Sav-
ed Lives of Athenians at Hands
Athens. Greece, J„no a_A„ u,lRno,n .
the , i,r'W dW"""te cartridge from
the gallery of :he chamber of deputKa
ZrV' a" n""U Which l-e-an
^.t.rd y. The cartridge W, m,„ ^
luic hee,n,i y. 'h«
Ino mis,lie. ? "l«"t jf
The finance ir.'iJ
'"P :he nit
' ' l''e 'loor« With
,who wa« rp • i r-
"nt.re bccurred, -uan.id
^11 the deputies.
ippers at tho
Is said to
Who for the '^'"tWo'yea8™ 'ha, ^l'*
-Ul";rv,sing engineer for th. r. elVmatlo-1
New m!.! kh°mi*' T"x"s- *rl.ona and
hirt, bi , transferred to
Porto Hien and will leave |n a few days
M upon the recommendation of \V
u - eni Rr"*"- -V M f' dis-
trict engineer, that the appointment
considered. *r,a -he tranfer made
by other pr
i referred jr
« hich rehai m
hnd known his as Thmniis Rn
ccnco. Ho ilcclurcd thnt n.,y
"ley, ful1 of fc'ood food,
13 uaod fur Pah,st Kioht-
I'ay Malt, from wfilcb
Kilibon Beer la m
Klev, Russia.-®The eour
vened to try th--jpiutinous
summer camp •: Hanlevk
1 havefr< ted with promptness n 1
verity. It Is reported thai 48 mutlnee
already have been condemned and shot
Princeton. NT. J.. - Former Preslder
Cleveland, who is ill at bis home her.
pas'.-d^i ir-iod night and continue:: r.. m
prove. It wns announced at his res
deuce yesterday that if his Improvemei
eontlnues he will In able to lei • p
voters began Friday. While
turns are not available, reports Indie,
that the total regbitratlon will !• h. ■
dlsm-dlers Hav.- 1 en r
American residents a
generally registering •*- • Carl II
the only American candidate for tue a:
sembly. He has been nominated fri
Manila. The registration will#contlni
four days. ^
Constantinople-The porte has addres
ed a communication to the Amerle-
embassy Riving satisfactionWn the ca.i
of tho last outstanding question bet we.
the embassy nnd the porte and thus r<
moving the final obstancle In the w;
of America's adherence to the three p.
cent customs Increase which will folio
In the course of u day or two.
Liquor interests in
„Line A^ainst Dry Stat
m. oltr,w^^'ul'"^™on',' ok"ho- liV" av,
I"K '"'".or men to it'ZrZ™' *" 1,10
wo will not have
^ ••• ,"iuur men t,- i-
' «!'t the prohibition em tanlzatioa to j t
,wrltWh ' Mr the 1
newspaperman;' m "al<1 to a
w « ♦« « -
Ing elcetl,. lne P'
Used I A" h°t
s.'l 'n eneomp.-is-sfr
"floor men will
hiir' \ h nn
inie means will be
'he defeat of that
as Well as .-.tail
-Operate ln this light,
will be v>n-
to I |„,rrJ'"| I" our opp.eti-
t'l.nk thnt w" ha"'- n""V 1 'lo
"t the pen
anything to f« ar .
The p^le of the lWo lfl
"s In thla light .trii|
' In saying that 75
will vote against pre
'.v of us tn
■ d an
firrltorle^ on a
least over the hind. 'r
"'I contained in the <
'T' ,h<4 At I
Territory will Hl <>
ffood reason to
■ry , aware Cf thTiET ->r'
"dlan <fei*torv to ca„t
prohll.iti.in maiorlt,, 1 ,rK<'r '">1-
••ProbiblMo™ am Vr "
mental to every linn , 'Is detri-
put Into effeet the a nnd if
Oklahoma, ruin and d T , or
in - <" it- .i i t ,r :,,on ^"l
the r.t,s deriyw Vr" , '
of llceraet. ,,.„ ,. 111 ".ed from the sale
tr'T * „ u" the il.iu.'r
"fe example, that or,,!)" „ or"' l>:IK,">
w'...;r", r, '"ch
•"tatf. morn ron iiP brought Into tho
para lively th^lr
with prohibit*1"tf* hQV0
1 « at, as Impractical, h*
mo. imposlide ,o enforce Th,s . a
>•'" " ■' no, iaw rn-ikhi^
rn 11 ■ 111. nt rn,. ke "* " "(I -1 .rohil.i 11.
fat They ^e .o"";!' ?,'
Americanji.soclatUn whi,", is'sawTT^ho
trong in Oklahoma and In-
Weapon to defeat
^ I# n superb or
n.en have at their
,1 l,U,t ''tllQtlltloUS"
e act. "W'c rely on the p. -
ti... ° ,n ,h,H nwiter" said "lr
. 11 prohibition tlMuid win at thi
HZ'"™"* "" wn.te rtf
'Mr Braun would no( reveal ft. , . >•#
if h.„i,,.s, a, z v;;,"1; j
, ^ * «y <"nt the firat «uu ol
•« campaign iiad l*cn i^red. °
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