The Sapulpa Light. (Sapulpa, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 191, Ed. 1 Monday, June 7, 1909 Page: 1 of 4
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SAPULPA. OKLAHOMA. MONDAY, JUNE 7, 1909
OR. JUSTICE AMD THE MESDEN
HALL LIVERY TOUCHED FOR
A COPULE LAST NIGHT
THIEVES MAKE FOR THE WEST
Local Men Are Suspected—Arrests
ATTEMPTED BURGLARY |
Thieves Attempt to Eater Dr. Mulone's
Home Lust Might
Burglars attempted to enter the
home of I)r. Malone on South Water
street last night, but were scared
away before they were able to carry
out their purpose.
When discovered the night prowlers
hiked it through the darkness at such
rapid pace as to render it about im-
possible for the doctor to give a very
accurate description of them.
THREE LEWI8TON, IDAHO, MEN
' CHARGED WITH STEALING
THEY WORKED ADDING MACHINE
U. S. FORESTER WOULD HAVE
THEM CO-OPERATE WITH
SERVICE WANTS VOLUNTEERS
JEALOUSY CAUSES TRAGEDY
Husband Shoots Down Man Found
Conversing With Wife
Horse thieves again got busy in the
.ity last night and us a result of their
activity Dr. H. B. Justice is today
minus a very valuable animal, as is
also Mr. Mendenhall. proprietor of the
\iendenhail livery, located 011 Hobson
The horses were stolen about mid-
night, the thieves making a quick get-
The animal belonging to Dr. Justice,
hitched to a buggy, was tied in front
of his office on Main street, when
stolen. The buggy and harness were
recovered by the doctor and Mr. Men-;
denhail near Kelleyville, early this
morning, where they had been aban- j
doned by the thieves.
A couple of local men, Jim Carter
and "Dutch Kid" recently employed at,
the Mendenhall stables, are suspected j
of being implicated in the crime, hav- j
ing failed to show up for work this ^
Also two men answering the descrlp;
fion of Carter and "The Kid" are report ]
.d to have been seen this morning
riding hurriedly westward in the dir-
ection of Kelleyville.
Local officers are energetically work
ing on the case, telephone and tele-
graph lines having been brought into
requisition, and it is probable that the
bold thieves may be run down before
Fine Vaudeville Show
At the New Thompson theatre this
week can be seen the best vaudeville
show ever presented in Sapulpa.
Kimball and Davison, banjo special-
ists who are here this week are with-
out equal on the vaudeville stage.
Valview and Tresk, handbalancers
are also very skllllful In their line.
A rare treat this week is (Dutch)
Seitz the German comedian. He talks
about political matters in a German
dialect that makes everybody laugh.
The band concert begins every even-
ing at 7:45.
ANTONIA RECEIVES DEED
Probable End of Years of Litiga-
Carnelius 1). Antonia today received
from the Interior department a deed
to some valuable property lying north
of the Frisco tracks, over which a good
deal of litigation has been waged for
seevral years between himself and
Thomas Wills. There Is still a suit
j pending relative to between $1,400 and
| $1,600 in the matter of rents.
The property for which deed was
today received is lot 1 in block 12, Mi
Stockholders of Bank Hine Made Good
(lie Shortage Speculations Ex
tend Over Several Years
Lt wiston, Idaho, June 7.—Warrants
have been issued by the U. S. commis-
sioner charging Clarence Robnett, ex-
Bookkeeper and J. 1.. Chapman, ex-
assistant cashier of the Lew is ton
National bank with embezzlement.
Robnett is charged with embezzling
$91,375 and Chapman with $46,825
making a total of one hundred and
thirty-seven thousand dollars, being
the amount of shortage said to have
been discovered reci ntly.
An Opportunity For Local People to
Aid Government In Important
Teachers throughout the country
have been invited by the United States
Forester to co-operate with the forest
service in an effort to obtain more de-
finite knowledge of the characteristics
of the most Important forest trees of
the United States. To do this it will be
necessary to obtain a largo number of
volunteer observers who will collect
material on the time of leafing, blos-
soming, and fruiting of the various
kinds of forest trees. In his letter
Inviting the co-operation of the teach-
ers, Forester Plnchot says:
Knowledge of this kind is greatly
Springfield, Mo., June 17.—Suspicion
ing that his wife had made an ap-
pointment with Robt. Sellers, a young
business man to meet him at a depart-
ment store here, Walter W. Kddington
today followed her to store and when
he found the couple talking together
in an isle fired two bullets Into Sel-
lers head. Sellers probably will die.
The shooting caused a panic among
customers and clerks in the store.
At the Majestic Air Dome
The Metropolitan Stock Co., opened
their engagement at the Majestic Alt'
Dome last night In the beautiful 4
act comedy-drama, "For Home and
Honor." Miss Reeves, seen in the lead-
ing role handled her part with her
usual natural and sweet way and her
return here was welcomed by a good
house. Miss Reeves is one of the
foremost lending women in the west
and as she has played here for the
past few seasons, this week promises
to be the best of the season. Miss
Reeves Is supported by an all star
cast and every member of the com-
pany handled their parts with the best
of judgment and skill. Tonight the
FAMOUS BREATHITT COUNTY EX-
SHERIFF PROBABLY MOR-
INTENSE EXCITEMENT PREVAILS
Edward Callahan Is Shot While Stand-
ing In Own Door-
needed and will be of value from the
The peculation is the result of em- , standpoint both of education and of
Antonia has previously received deeds 1 piovcea manipulating adding machines, practical forestry, tor education.!! JU„B.I1V„V „
,0 lots 2. :! and 4. of "the same block. | TUe cvooked work is said to have been j purposes the results obtained for each , Metropolitan players will be seen in
! species, averaged and presented gra- j r( drama Divorced.
i phically by means of colored charts.
; will be available to all who are inter-
ested in the subject, and particularly j
Jacksou, Ky„ June 7.—Ex-sheriff
Edward Callahan, famous throughout
this section of the state for the part
he played in the numerous feuds that
have disrupted Breathitt county for
years, was shot and probably mortally
wounded from ambush, early today.
In the doorway of his home in Crack-
ettsville near here.
Bloodhounds have been put on trail
of the assassin who it is understood
hid behind a piie^nf coal to fire. Ex-
citement is Intense.
Attorneys Pryor and Smith are hav-
ing their offices in the Fisher-Richie
building generally overhauled. When
the remodeling work is completed |
these offices will be well appointed in
THE HATHE COULDN'TSTANO
going 011 for yc ars
The stockholders have made good!
MOKE IIODIES RECOVERED
Fatal Ending of a Maudenille, La,.
The W. R. ('., will give a tea at the
1 to schools Thev will form virtual ' a ...
, „ ' 1 m 1 , „!„•,1,1, home of Mrs. John Hopper on S. Watei
"tree calendars," and will be valuable
I aids to nature study. St. Tuesday afternoon, June 8, 190J.
j "Children t an readily be Interested , Everyone and especially old soldiers
\ in the actual work of obtaining records | a6d families are invited.
j This shoulel form an attractive out- ,
door ft attire of the school work that j
WORK TO BEGIN AT ONCE
Secretary klaggc Receives Encourag-
ing Message Front Dennis
Manrtenville, La.. June 7. -Four I ghollld gerve tu develop the faculty of j All MTU IIItfE HEARING
move bodies were recovered today ! accurate oblervatlon, and at the same | •«L'1 U ,n*n'"
from the waters of Lake Brings, th« J time to promote an Interest In fores-
trv which may lead to a better appre-
total known d< ad as a result ol tin
yiii nc i OVERS HIVE A FIGHTl""™' """"" """ "" I elation of its aims and niHtnoets. It
WHEN INTENDED BRIDE j collapse of the wharf lie re last night | ma}. a,B() pnlve to bp a profitable ad-
HUYS BIG HAT up to ti 11 o'clock, with seven.still miss (Ution to birt-iuy courses for older stu-
SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR
ling. A crowd was boarding an excur- (]e„ts
They Have a Fight Forthwith and the j
Wedding Is Culled
sion steann r when the pier gave way j study of tills kind will be of great
Muskogee, Okla.. June 7.—Because
j Ills sweetheart insisted 011 purchasing
I and wearing an enormous hat built 011
1 the same general plan of the late
I merry widow style, Manuel Edwards
' chastised Betty Brown, to whom he
; was to be married and the marriage
i was called off. They quarrelled vio
and some seventy persons thrown into, value to practical forestry, since the
. , r u-hnm «■, TI 'proper treatment of forests depends
the waters, a majority of whom wei<. ,1 1
rescued unhurt. •'
YOUTH NETS INTO TROUBLE
Life Long Loved Om
Thousand Hollars. He \\ rite
partly upon a knowledge of these char- :
! acterlstlcs of tries. For example, the ;
j time of year at which a hafs out |
| and blossoms ] one of the Indications j
! as to whether or not it Is frost-htird> j w|,
Or Two in a given region, and the length of!
time that 11 tree is in leaf influences
Matter Taken I'nder Advisement.
W ith no Decision in
Washington, Ti. t\, June 7—Reasons
In their Opinion, the common
airier and So-called confiscatory
t St. Louis. June 7.—Attempts to ex-
.1 1. i nil , „..,ir. ,i„ri„,. clauses in the present oil anil gas
the growth it is abb to make during
the season. Knowledge of the time : pipe line regulation in Oklahoma
when seeds of each species ripen In should be modified, were Saturday lire-
WHH I'ttlltU Ull. * licj ..«■ • 1 1 1 1 P
lently and both were considerably bat- tort money by Markham! methods from , varlolis lo.alitlis is of great value to aellt€t| bv the representatives „f the
tend. They were taken to the police j Mrs. Virginia I). Wright, prominent those who are collecting seed, since , ^ from iliat ,tate at a ,ltar-
I station, but bond was furnished by the , 80<.j(tv woman of this city, were reveal 3f"' (,ru" deteriorates or Is eaten Hei-retarv of the Interior
mrfW who came with the „ , . squirrels and birds if not gathered and '"K Seeietarj of the Interior,
inothei or the gin. who < ame wtui iue j t(Miav uy the arrest of Jtsse Felch- 1
nartv from McAlester to see the pair * ' t , , stored as soon as ripe. . The secretary will take the matter
I launched upon the matrimonial sea. 11 >outl K ! "Another usult of this stud.\ wlll|umiFr consideration but no decision
i Edwards, the girl and her mother with writing letters threatening to j be a more intimate knowledge of w|n I(robubly be ltat,htd f€ r 0me t,me
'went to a hotel and there awaited the km -\ Life bong Loved One" unless ; mate as lttanifi steel b> plant giowth. ,
for differences in climate are shown ! Among the concerns represented were
by plant life as well as by instru- the Prairie Oil and (las company, the
ments, and a preliminary idea can QUjf pip© Line company, the Texas
thus he gained as tu whether a given ,nn
I , .... Oil company and the .Mid-continent Oil
I rpp-inn i« Huih d to r vHHUihle tree
ST. LOUIS PRISONER SHOT
MURDER OUTCOME OK BITTER
Krcd IWohlre, While Being Taken Into
Court for Trial, Is Assassi-
St. Louis. June 7.—While being
taken into court to stand trial for the
murder of Constable Satn Young, sever
al weeks ago. Fred Mohrle was assaBsi
nated in tin* corridor of the court
bouse today by Win. Kane, former
deputy under Young.
The tragedy grows out of a bitter
arrival of relatives from Fort Smith,
who were to meet them here.
Everything was delightful until after
a shopping excursion in the downtown
stori s tiie young woman brought back
an enormous hat. which she proudly
displayed to her future husband. In-
stead of the compliments which she ex
pected, she waB greeted with sundry
remarks about her judgment and
bints reflecting on her store of com-
She declared that she bought the hat
and Intended to wear it. whether he
liked it or not. The quarrel became
Intense and finally the couple came to
A telephone call brought the police
who arrested the couple. The mother
of the young woman, who had been
downtown shopping herself In bliss-
ful ignorance of the quarrel put up the
bond and took the young man and the
given two thousand dollars.
II. F. Klagge, secretary of the com-
mercial club today received a message
from Dennis Flynn, of Ardmore, say-
ing that he would arrive in the city-
Wednesday or Thursday ready to be-
gin work 011 the big Iron foundry land-
ed for Sapulpa last week, through the
efforts of the commercial club. ^
Scuptc Uestimc* Work ■ )
[ Washington, Juno 7,—The senate to-
• day resumed the work of revising the
tariff bv sustaining tlio committee °!i^
finance in its recommendation by vots
j of 41 to I'll, Foster and McNery, detno-
i crats as usual voting with the majori-
, ty, and nine republicans. Btveridge-,
: ilristov., lirowu, Burkett, Cummins,
I Dellvan, Gambler, l.afolette and Nel-
son \oting with democrats. This vote
was on an amendment to levy a duty of
I three nuts per square yard and
j twenty per cent advalorum on cotton,
I window hollaiuls.
( IJolllver spoke in opposition to the
i amendme nt.
S. Slaadecker of New Orleans is
among the IiubIiu ss visitors here this
Justice Dye is today moving his of-
rtce from the city hall to the rooms
formerly occupied by Robinson and
Jennings Iti the tiurst building.
School Treasurer's Report
(June 1st. 1H09)
Cash on hand
Sinking fund $ 26.82
Salary fund 742.10
General fund 2271.87
Salary fund $ 8,500.39
General fund 25,726.6:!
WARREN H. BROWN,
A party of local young people spent
uo„u ™ ....... yesterday afternoon and evening
girl back to the hotel, where she tried kodaking on the famous Moccasin
to persuade them to be married at
BALOOM RACE STILL 0>
region is suited to a valuable
which It is desired to Introduce there, j Producers association
Many such examples could be given, i
but sufficient Iiub been said to show '
that the results of these observations
will be a real help to practical fores-
try, in addition to their general Inter-
est and educational value. Volunteers
will later lie supplied with applications
anil charts containing the information
they help to gather as a return for
the service rendered."
On request, the Forest Service will | ^ g( Loulg thl|.d )g glll,lloged to bc
be glad to send forms upon which to |
record data and a pamphlet contain- ! toward the Gulf of Mexico.
Louis Sailing Toward the
' Gulf of Mexico
Indianapolis, Ind., June 7.—All but
one of the balloons that started in the
aero club of America's great national
raee Saturday have been heard from.
A. W. Tucker spent Sunday in Tulsa-
SECRET SERVICE OFFICIALS HAnK
Sensation Promised -Complete Out Fit
For Mouej .Making Con
ing full instructions as to the natui
of the observations and how they are
to be made.
once, so that they might in the fu-
ture tight in peace.
They refused however, the girl say-
ing that she would never marry unlesB
the objections to the hat were with-
drawn, while Edwards vehemently de-
clared he would not marry the best
woman living If she wore an Inverted
washtub for headgear.
Thunder Storms Promised
New Orleans. June 7.—For Okla-
homa tonight and Tuesday partly
cloudy; showers and thunder Btorms
t•night or Tuesday; cooler tonight.
In the Police Court
Police Court business picked up a
bit this morning, eight drunks and a
couple of gun toters being before
Judge Collins. As a result of these
Infractions of the law considerable
coin came Into the city's cofferB.
track. Quite an enjoyable time Is re-
The party conslBted of the Missis
Lillian Jones, Mamie Jones, Ethel
Kerr, Teresa Smith and MeBBrs. J.
Bingham, F. Boyer and W. KHlabrew.
Ralph GoldBtlcker of St. Louis is in
town in the Interest of Levis Zekoski
At the Scenic
"Between Love and Honor."
"A Baby's Shoes."
"Your Turn. Marquis."
New York, with a Holland Forbes
pilot, came down at Corinth, Miss., at
5 thiB morning and the Hoosler also
landed this morning at Green Brier,
Judge Hamuin In Harness
Tenn., the Indiana came near enough
Judge William R. Barnuin. confirmed
to the ground at Shackle Island, Tenn.,
in office last Saturday left this niorn-
at 6 o'clock last night to let down
Ing for Okmulgee to preside over a |
I buckets for water then mounted again
swclal term of court, which probably
and continued the race Shackle Is-
may continue for four weeks.
land Is a few miles north of Nash-
Miss Pauline James who has been
visiting in Tulsa for several days re-
turned tills morning accompanied by j Fred Heeler of Bartlesville Is here
her cousin, master Wallace Robinson. | on business.
Attorney Gormley of Tulsa Is here
today on legal business.
H. G. Finley is here from Oklahoma
('has. Wllbanks of Kansas ('Ity. who.
has been in town for a few days trans
acting business for Wesco Supply Co i
left yesterday for Oklahoma City.
United States secret service officials
made a round-up of alleged counter-
feiters at Kiefer Saturday and suc-
ceeded In landing In their drag-net
Karu and Elmer ('ogle, brothers, al-
leged to have pasBed numerous coun-
terfeit dollars recently in that vi-
The arrest of the two men promises
to cauBe a sensation in the oil town,
as, according to the officers, Elmer
Cogle made a confession implicating
several other Kiefer people.
A complete outfit of molds, dies and
! metal was confiscated.
FOR RENT—Two unfurnished rooms
close In. l'hone W. E. A. 240 at Daily,
Light office or call at 12 South Oak.
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Irelan, O. M. The Sapulpa Light. (Sapulpa, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 191, Ed. 1 Monday, June 7, 1909, newspaper, June 7, 1909; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc151619/m1/1/: accessed September 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.