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OEXAHOMA CITY Tffl
EXCLUSIVE ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORT
1
voi xxvii No. :s.
CITY EDITION
OKLAHOMA CITY TUESDAY JUNE 22 1915.
PRICE OKI CENT.
TELE
EES
m SIMES
era play
By Using Assistant Undertakes
To Prove Monroe Could Not
Have Killed Accidentally
DEFENDANT HOLDSTO FIRST STORY
Lindsay Merchant Says He Was
Not Intoxicated Nor Hunting
For Trouble
1 Standlm: la-fore (hi' 1 1 1 r v hiiiI show
ing I hi' alleged n-lullvc ssjlniia uf
race liooil. .Marguerite nml lilm
hi'lf 1 1. . Miiiiiih' twice tmlay KH t' Hie
(Iclulls nf tile Irniilv In which the
Kill w.ix fin all) hli.il .( li I in mi ii'
comber 'J.. On rriihiixuiiillialli.il
County Attorney Kuil.it . In. c.l u(hiU
All. .in. j .I.iIiii ( In. ii(.' wlio stisnl in
llii' position .Mi.iiiik' Mil. I .Mnrgiicille
Mil Mil -I.Hl.llllK. I III' hlixlll) (..11
llll'lll hill' Hull' Wlll'll llll' flint H.IS
filed.
At II gl.uirc ii i'ii ill. I In "ii'ii thai 1 hi
lllil hail hi'i ii I. ..I under tlic lift ii nil.
All.jiNrv Minium I'ruiclt fur tin- ill'
Icnxe objected I. tin' i'hllilll..n of (lie
garment in that wny mi. I IiIn ul.Ji'i'lliiii
nil -ii-laliii i Later l.mdry In-Ill 111
l.li IiiiiiiI Ihc rcxnlw-r with which llii'
till I was shut mill required Mihii ik' In
ruki' h.'i position ami show how she
grubbed 11.
I-1. in I lin. '. tin experiment was iv
cal.'.l an. I i-ii.li 1 1 11 if the wciixiu was
ewept downward an. I nut once ill. I it
i nun' wlllitn range of Ihc place where
llii' till Wlls shot III till' I. ft side.
Hole I'nder Ann
" i .ii si ' I In- gnriuciit.1' miIiI County
Al tin in 1 . 1 1 1 1 r tn llii' defendant
"I 'mi I )i.n know .Mm shot thill Kill ii"
ilir tin. Ii'ft arm Hlilli' her linn was
thrown lili':"
"No I illiln'l" answered MonriN'
MonriH' roiiti'iiili'il Hint In- h.nl
H.lllll'l till' revolver III I.IIHI' H.xmI.
who ln. I iM'i'ii nill'il lulu the rixiin by
Ii I ii. Hi' linil ili'iiiiniili'.l Hint she ghc
lit 1 1 1 hark Ilir money he "ii vh was Ink. a
f ri mi lilm. i -mini lil v Ii) MarKUfrilH
KIM 'llii' Llll girl (fnilitnil Ilir
xvcuxui nml Jerked It. In Mil. I. Il wu
iIIm barged nml lit that lime .M.aii.x'
ill. I hut know lln- fill hud Iss-u nlinl.
lii wril out til Ihc iliHir walki'il tn llii'
In n. 1 of tin' stairway nml fired mi
ollirr fcln. I it iree UihhI a uliit mil.
. Then he lrted back to the room
where Marguerite Kill wu he testi-
fied nml ran Into limner Hi burger lh
rvvnhir Mill In his tin nil.
"Iioti'l shsit your frli'tiil" llyhargcr
khIiI to l.lin. ' Von Ac ulreuily shot a
woman."
Not Positive AIm.iiI "SI(M-kiilKitn
Mohliit' til he .11. 1 not go i.urk lain
the i.Kiiii I. in l.H.k Karl Minn' hut iin.l
left the house. The ilefetiilant wan tint
hi nun; (ill the illl'M l.iil of stix kings
like wane of the other witnesses. He
Hit til lie saw liruoe liooil In Hie hull
way. apparently putting something Into
llii xhsklng. He wui not mire slw
bail on sliaklhgx however. It liNikeii
lo liliu like lili hh kethiHik. He hhIiI
be called to her to mint Into the r.K.iu
nml dciiiniuled Hint hlie give 1 1 1 tit buck
the tin. ney. Then the xliis.tliig (..1
Inweil. .Monroe dix-lured that lie waa
not luloxh alcd. He ilrank H niiiiiII
glass of Ihit III the Imllrooiii. lie said
mill one hiiiiiII gins of champagne III
tiiil.-e IiimhI'm room.
.M iii 1 1 f l.x.k the Htmnl at the iH-titiiK
of (unit toilny ami gave details uImhiI
bin ilt'imilti In the Lindsay hunk. He
Kill. I IiIh iI'.i.hIh amounted to n little
inoi e 1 1 1 M I $ HHi u iIh) Hip re-el.N In
hN isriM'ery ntore. He liml hIhii reii-lveil
ntnethlni; from the rent of hlx farm
nU tliiniuli a hi rt of It nielli bnve
Imimi I I In iM'.i mlier.
The (I' fi'iii In lit wiih (intt IoiiimI closely
IhhiI IiIn ahll.lt of mrrjIiiK tnoiicj
Willi him. He -a lil lie liml nlwH.vn cup
fled money "Jnxl tn have It with lilm.'
Sniiiii of (be uioney bp hud In the bill
ImhiL nltcKeil In Imvp Ixs-n taken fniin
IiIn pocket mi I Nsi'iiiIht be had
lieen iiirryliiK tn bin HK'ket thns-
yilirs be tiftlfleil.
Asked to ex.lnln why bp curried Hie
rpvolver MoiiMp until b pNi'tPil lo
buy n enr for bis da lighter and drive
buck In l.liiiNay with It ocriM Hie
country. He said lie whs not In the
hnlilt of carrylnn u n'vnlver except
when be traveled.
The defendant Inlil of taking bis
INK'kptbuok out In tin ballroom anil
abow 1 1 1( Hip bllU there w hen bp offered
to cash n cbpi'k for Kail Minis or Iohu
Miii Home money.
About Hanhlnit Ilia Monpy
"W'erp you flnshliiK your money to
aitrnrt the attention of Hip kIiIn?" Ii
wa a"kctl. Hp unld bp wan not.
"IHin'I you know you were drinking
t that HtnpT" axked Kmliry.
"No Mr. Knihry t wan not" Mon-
rop aunwprpil.
Monrop Mid be didn't diiley any but
wax Invltrd fn o imt Into tlrlt.'P tJixxl's
nxnii after lie bad been In the boiisp
few inlnnleti. He utaleil that h
went tliwtalrn lo avt awpel wIiih whtc'.i
MnrK'Ucrlte Kill said abp wmild gii
for lilm. Tbp lnp waa never broimhl
In the room the (Irl put tier arms
around lit tn. bp testified. Omr In the
room ho took out bin iMicketbook anil
offpnsl to buy wine w blsky or lippr for
her. Then bp put It back In bin left
blp uoclu't anil the next time hp felt
for It Hie money wan nut their.
' "I'ld Mnnriierlte F.llla unbutton four
rest?" ilonrop waa asked.
"Not Ibat I knowr of" he answered.
"Hud roil lippti to tlila place bpfore?"
"No. air."
"Hail you tioen tn other place like
tWa?"
"No 1 had not."
' "Vou are familiar with the way glrla
of that claw IT"
"Ye "
(Continued on Ijuu i'aa.
SKir (jKKMAN l'Al'KK
(lovernimiil Orders Suspension of
Itcrlin 'IrtKi's ZritniiK Kor rulilli-
llini uf ( mini iiii Ueicnlliiw Article
lli:i(l l. .linn' The licniiuii
iiillhiiiitlrs I'i.Iiiv liifni iiinl the ml
llilnlstiall..ii of the Hiilln TaK's
cltiiiiK Hint II wmild Inn r In mi-.cIi.I
I'lil.ll. allnii f"l' an linlcfliilti' s'i l.nl
on nr. .mill ..f the rcn iit arth lc pnh
llslll'd l. Hill ll 1 1' ' nil till' Hllliji'I't
nf (mi nimi ni. i I. in. rrliit Inn fiuui
the x ii i.r I '.mill .-ii Ki'W'iitlnw.
The a. linn of the I : r tn ti it nnlliiirl
ties Is I'iKiil'.h'd hi'le as an liidl.'iit lull
thill the ciiVl'l llllll'llt Is wrlll'v nf hCC
Iiik Us rclnllons with Aincrlni mnilr
inure -I I it I im'i I l.y Jdiii nallsllr i 1 1 1 1 h 1 1 1 r
Ilia's mii h as tin. si' of fount V.in lie
cut low.
The unvrrnuit'lil's a ' t r 1 1 I in tl..i In
sisHiiillnh' Hie Tai.''s X.'llni.K Is hut
one of main ln.ll. allniis that restxmsl
Ide Htiiti'sinrii arc ciik'I'I.v di'sli'mis nf
fluilliii! a i iiiiiiiiiin h'KHinil for an on
ili'r-tiin.llijk' with Aiiicrlra.
1NTKA-STATE 2
OT. HATE HINDS
i Conxiratiiiii ( uniiiiissinii I iiln ld in
Kill I road Kullni; ami tinier Is lie-
liiiuided .Merely for furred inns J
An order of Ilir - r . i u 1 1 . 1 1 i .iiiiiiiIh-
-lull pri'VIMltlllK I 111' ralllnllils rlilll h'llIK
inure than twn rents a mile Intrastate.
ihiIi-sh they allow pHsseucei's to buy
tickets at Hie -lair Hue. was upheld 1
by the HUileiue rniiit tixlay III mi oplu
loll by Justice Turner The order
was reiiuiiiihsl. however and the coin
mission required. If It saw fit. to lake
additional c Ideiice to find the farts!
i m til which the order was based and :
certlf) the suine lo Hie court.
The commission made mi order ef j
fis-tlve Noveinlicr 1. IIH.I. to the ef-i
fori Hint no is'iially should he charted
l.y the rallri'itilx where passetiers had
nnt purchased tickets at the state line!
utilcKH the) had Ixs'ii allowisl to Inn
tin-Mi The railroads ol.Jis ted In this i
on the ur.iiiii.l that It was Interstate'
liiisliirss his'iiuse the ri.uiiiilhsli.il bad!
imt ilfslh'tiulcd any particular class of I
paxHeni!crH. I he cae must U' re-
I inuiuled." sayx the court "for Hie rea
!snll that while the evldeuit' licfnre
1 1 III' commission in also before the
court there In no fllulluu of fact lixiu
! which Hie order a's-nlis from Is l ased J
and cerllflcl tn us as r.iiilns by the'
niiiMtltuthai."
1 The commission Is directed In com I
iplete Mich ii rts iinl. NtlhniiK'li the order
III Its operation Is upheld.
SCHOOL BOARD
ROASTS COURT
Attorney! for Mwartla Fartion oil Im-
ral Hoard of relocation K.ntcr He-!
! nutntl ( pon District Judce
I Attorneys for H. J. Kdwards. ti. A '
Morris. J. li. StroiiK ami Cbailes S.
Harrison majority nieiiibeni of the
Oklahoma t'ity iMinrd of educulloii
filed a iimlloii In the district court
tislay to dissolve tbp tenixrHry In
Junction itrmiled several days it no to
ffreveiit the school board from trans
lotion any more huslnesN while K. II.
Idxiui sits as a member. Incldeiitally
tl' attorneys tell Hip court where It
nets off.
j The attorneys declare to the court
j t tin t It Is without wtwer or authority
to I'lijoln the defendants from the ex-
lervtxp of their dlsiTi'llmt priiiitisl to
them as iiu'iiiImts of the hi li.s.l board
jof Oklahoma City and by the Ihwa of
I tbp Mate.
The principal trround on which the
i dissolution of the Injunction Is askisl.
howpver Is Hint liriint Stanley who
soiutht Hie Injunction and ol. tallied It.
Is not the proNr arwiii to ask for
such an Injunction nml It should not
have been cranled lo lilm He Is Hie
same OrHtit Stanley (be motion sets
forth who souulit to enjoin I'lxmi
fii.ni HlttltiK on the Ixuinl Nome time
ao. The court dlsHolved the Injunc-
tion In that case mi It sin. old be dune
In this ease also; It l eiplalmsl by
mime Ijitln words which mean that
the easea are Tery much alike.
The hearing of the Stanley teni-
rary Injunction waa to have been held
tixlay. but for anine reason was put
over lo a date to be agreed uihiii by
tbp turtles Interested.
PASTOR RfCOMRS RVAXiKI.IST
1111 KKTI'KNM TO ITIJ'IT LATKK
Revival ai'rvlisM at the Central I'n-s
brterlan church Southern I Twelve
and Harvey stns'ts. l-lng coiiiIucIihI by
F.vangellst Cbas. ('. Weaver are grow
lug In Interest and attendance dally.
At the iH'gliuiliig of the revival last
Wednesday night. Rev. Weaver an-
liniinced to Ids (Wigrcgntlnti he would
resign aa pastor fur at least ten day
and beeome evangelist In his own
church. This waa modified by (be
further atatemeut that at the close of
the revival he would again resume his
ilutlea as pastor.
notif7'tenough
Opinion Written That Appeal to Rail
rod tor Anything (an lie Made
tafklly I on Laesl KepreaenlatU
Notice to the agi-nt of a railroad
In the bands of a receiver I mifflclenl
liotli tW the receivers for purikmea
of litigation la a decision of the su-
premo isiurt tixlay the opinion writ
ten by Justice Turner.
The people of Henryetia on the
Frbws: wanted a new depot. After
a petition waa rei-elved by the cor
ixirattoti eoinrulsalon that Ixxlv noti-
fied the agent uf the mad at that
place to aniiear at a bearing In the
matter. The rallraad In rixdxllng the
sulHsenuont order nf tlie rouunlssilon
oonteiided that the receiver were not
formally notified by the cotninlsKtoii.
Thla-waa not necenaary for the pur-
lm auuiiht la th court answer.
1
Rear Guard Actions Hold German
Forces From Gates 01
Lemberg
RETIREMENT IS CALLED SUCCESS
Defeated Russians Keep Forces In-
tact And Offensive Power
Is Little impaired
l.ti.MioN June Nolhltii; I. ut u
ninl.lri. and uiirx-i I . . m .) i.iuii.I
l'ule N. Iml.is i an now save I.ciiiIx ik.
the cupllal of liiill. la In the hands of
Hie Ku.sslaiix for nraili ten nn ail lis
fi..lll leturnlliK to the liiissrssliiii of Its
fiMiiicr uwiicr and the almost I m
uirilliitc I'Mn II ill.. li nf the i It) h) the
Kilsslana Is ex'rtcd In Loudon.
Alter ilcldln; on the t.imlck linen
Ihc lliisslun armies retired to u
tiiiillv the outskirts of LciiilxTi.' The
Austrian nfflrlnl ainiiiuu. emcnt mi
bohtlllllcs. -.x'iiks nf Hie Itusslans as
alia. Lint; al many points hut these
flKhlx air assumed In I .Hid. a. In .f
incrcl) lie lili'iil-. of the rear unard lie
Hons to ciuil.lc the main fi.ni' In
withdraw.
Siieressful Itetlrcmiiit
In the opinion of Ihc I'.illUh ol
seners this rcllieiiii'tit has liei-n a
well executed tniiieiuciil . I i-.iiti hrs
lea.hlut; London sin the armies of
Lmisiiir Nicholas are vlrliiall) Intuit
and that their aldllty tn resume the
1 1 1 1 1 1 il 1 1 i- mire their ranks have Insii
refilled and their ninmiiiiltl.'ii re
plenlshcd has not l.isn greatly lin
I si I red.
This Interval howewr It Is arnned
here will Hlie the (.iTIl.lll.lr allies ui
rtnnlty to reap the fruits of the
victories III tiallrla. They will Is- aide
tn v 1 1 Ii st ii i ii I assaults from the east
with much smaller for.vs than were
ieiulrei Muressfully In n 1 1 in U. and a
law luasN nf men will Is- released.
Whether they are tn Is- used uHllist
the Itusslans farther to the north or
a Kill nst Uie Itiltlsli and tbp French In
the western arena Is u Mecret of tier-
man hcuilipiarters. iiltbouk'b tbp Mir
cesses of tho allies scmt ate ly htmill
hut accumulatively lmxrtmit In Al
saiv and In Lorralue In the Vosttps
al.. UK the Meiise. In the Argon he to tbp
north of Arm hukkpsI a (SJusbleruhlp
aiss'SM of tierman alrvnKth may lie a
.development nf (lie tw ar future in .this
field while released Aiudrtaii fnrcen
will he used to atem the advance of
the Italians.
Will nolo" iJhaa
fn the other hand the tientiatis In
North Itussla and Poland are finally
isinsnlldatliiK their khIiis In a manner
which siintrests ninrp I iiiim t I u lit move-
ments In these ri'Klons. The aeaHirt
of l.lhuti Is strohKly fortlflisl. Heavy
naval ituns bnve Ixs'ii liiHtalled ami
Prime Henry of 1'nissla w ho recently
was there. Is crisllted with the atate-
liieut that the (icniiaiis Intend to re-
tain xissesslon uf Lilian nt all routs.
as they rviiard this port as the key
to the Ttivltlr.
100 INDICTED
l!Y GRAND JURY
Tboinas Taitjart Mayor Chief of Po-
lice and ( llv Atlornrv of Indiuuin.
Is l turfed W llli KlerUon ( onsplraey
INHIANAI'oI.IS June 'ii-An In-1
dlcttiieut charging election conspiracy
was returtiisl against more than lull'
Ihtkoiis liicliidliiji w vera I high tn uir 1
ly councils by the Mariim oninty I
grHiul Jury here tislay. The charges
ur basisl 011 the ehsMloti of November I
:i Ul 14. the reglstrath f Inst Sep-'
lemls-r ami iK-lolier and Hie inlmary of
May B WW.
ThouiUN Tnggart lhums rallc natloii- I
ul coiiimlttts'iiinn Mayor Joeepb K. I
IWII Chief of 1'olh-e Samuel K. Per-1
rot fred Harrett city attorney and '
lieunsTiitlc niunty chairman; ilolart 1
MetRger foi liter chief of x.is' and He I
publican member of the luwrd of safety
and frank P. linker former county !
pr.isiH-utnr are auinng the more pnunl
iicnt of the men Indicted.
All the men -1 K-nux-rats Itepnhll
cans and I'rogresslves - are named In a 1
single linlli Inient. which coiitaltia 4M
isiiinis. The innln charge ti eonsplr-
acy to commit felonbsj by isirruptbiji
the elertlnn. by vlolatloii of the pri-
mary law and registration laws by
iirlls'ry and hlarkinnll.
Many uiemlH-m of Mayor Itell' offl
rial fundi) former city official po-
licemen ward leaders and primary and
I'lei'thm officials' are among thorn In-
dieted. Included also la iHm M. Rob-
erta former mayor of Terre Haute.
HnlxTts' isititiectloii with the Indian-
sils iMilltlcM was touched iiMin during
the trial In federal court when be was
convicted and nentetired to six year
In Hie federal prison. Several wit-
110KHCM lii"iilloti(sl the nllegeil fact that
ItinVrts bail sent reM-aterN to Indian-
aisills from Terre Haute.
The Indictment charge is'rtaln of-
ficial with cuiihplracy to permit per-
sons 10 register falsely and to vote
falsely In the primary and In the elec-
tion. Another court charges persons
with ti'is'atltiR. other count allege
that certain primary and election
board iiermltted the destruction -of
ballot fur the purpone of aubstltutlng
other ballot therefor. Two counts net
up 1 conspiracy to aid and abet pri-
mary pod clerk In marking ballota In
a manner differently from that re-
ipieted by the voter while other
count albw s use of money In In-
fluencing the election official with
giving Information to outsider a tn
how ome of the electors voted.
Tnggurt w the find of the Indicted
lCviitliiuU on Lat l'i
Page.)
I B UGH
mmm
MIST ACCEPT MO.NKVl'ir
In This ( we. Thai of r pres ( urn I
pan) Furred to Klure Sinus IVud
iiiK Sbipuienl llrdsiii Is I rtceil j
Aliolhi'i order of ll j i.rall..n .
rnlUlllls-l'.ll Is Nllxtalui'.l II. a .Ir.lsl'.li'
ft Hie sllprellie cniirt I" lav. In the
case nf : v. Wolvertni ... Hi. I nil I
'I Slates Lxplvss cnlnl'aln Wulirr '
Inn Is ii hanker at Ai.lnr.'r ami the'
express imupaiiy tin I " 1 i .ii-lurs:
li n in Hint plure to Mil i ii 1 1. i sin 1 1 mini I
li.K towns. The etpre-- ."in.aii le I
r 1 1 - I In accept lartfp sinus of m.uc) '
fimii Hie hunk fur trair i.i tni Inn nn
li'"- lliii were broiiKbt al a cerlaiu
llllie. Tile expriKS Silllnii inlitrlnl
"I Hint If these sums ..I iicnrv were
.li'lxislti'.l with the coiii iin ihr nlu'lit
hefnre It would reipnic an extra '
Km. nl I.. ii..lis t the in. in i
Tlir cni xirattoti coinini--'liin mada
nn ni.lrr illrccttux thai i tn- express
'iii . 1 1 1 v. ii. ii t as inn. Ii a- 3C I . i h h I at
a lln n the cvenlnn i.l.ui the dis
piiiiure of Hie Iraliii f .r ilrsHnntlon
Hill I. f'.l' shipment. I lie eiircm
Mi n ii i n.s'iilei to II ml with
Hie result thnl the ordn Is sustained
HL'SSIANS NOT AFltAII)
Military Men View German Victories
Wit hunt Alann ('illens ( aulloned
KiK Transportation I'rulilem
I.iiMihS. -I mii' lii-.iihlui! the
lr'i''ll"li In 'elrii;rad of the Innl news
fioui Hie indicia front Hie linllv Mini
orresponilcni In the Kn-sl.-iu .ii.llnl
sa i s :
"An tiiieal tn the isiiihlrv cautliitilui;
uiliniu-s hlKiicd by the Itusshiii (rcn
nil stuff Is posted In public places
Mil.. iik'm -III the city. Kluk' nssiirillne
that the whole truth Is tcld In nfflclal
.. iiiiniinliiitlnii and wild riinn.rs lielntJ
ilrnilaled In IVtmnrad are uufuumled.
".Mllltiirr men view the sltuiitl.m
u It limit alarm althnnpli adiultlliiK It
mii) Is' sotne Hint) before Russia hkiiIii
Is ul.le to reniitue u vtRnrnus offensive.
They assert Itusula ban borne for ten
in. mills lln- chief hnrdeii of war suf
ferine the great eat loeses ami materi-
ally Improving the aituutlun In the
west.
"While slip Is reforming for a re
newal of the battle Huxsla ....ks to the
ullles to carry the war forward and
give Oerniiinv no rvet. The situation
as regards oinuiuilltloll Is cis te. to
Improve dally."
NOT LET HUT CINCHED
Delay In Capitol Ontrart Awardal
rrevent Una! AnDexUMwnetkl But
(sueeeimful Bidder tl'ltajowm
Whllii no final annoure'enieiit baa
Iss'tl made by the CMiltol (TMiiiulssluii
that the eapltol contract baa Isiii
awarded to Jhiii.-s Stewart It Is prac
Ileal!)' lbs-bled liv the isiuimlsslnn that
Stewart has the J.h. although there
are many details nf Hie contract that
have not Iss'ti completed.
In an uplnhin from the attorney gen
eral It Is held that Hip commlsslim can
n.litruet an aiiumut for the capllnl
iimst ruction up ( H.515000 exclusive
of the isiiiiiiilsslnii s salaries and ex
Itt'hHPH the salary of the snis-rlnlend
cut of siustrurlli.il and the arcbllis-t's
fiss. Tills will isnnplete the build
big making It of Oklnhoma gray gran
lie Including the first Mory. lied
ford stone alHive and Vermont marble
Interior.
Itf.l.lKVFI) KXfKdSK won.n
IJKNKKIT IIIM AM) IT 1)11)
The bright nlr and lialmy sunshine
of early mimnier proved tisi iiuicb for
Clareiiise liikes this morning and he1
said a hurried gixslhve to the city ball !
ami departed. He was picked up by I
the police Neveral day ago and was
set to cleaning the flisir In the city
bull the kind hearted officer bellev-'
lug that the exerclse would do lilm
gisst. .
Subaerllier will ronfer a favor
on The Time by reporting any Ir-
regularity In the dell very aervlre
f your paper. We don't Intend
you ahall ml a ropy of The
Time no If you w Ul rail up after
the rarrler ha been given a rea-
amiable lime to have arnred you
and he ha not done ao we will
be more than glad to aend you one
by aperlal meengar we keep for
that purpose. Plume get your rail
In for this aperial aervlre by 7
o'rlorli a we allow our me scorer
to go home at titat time.
THE WEATHER
Wuhlntn PviwhI
WAHIIIMH11.N June a-Wilhfr ii
llll'llllllN flir III HfSlk lM'tfllinlt I .......
Inil by the weather burin 11 l.iilnr nre:
nil ninosi rair. isiillllllllwil bin
teiniM-ralure irnblily Ibrniiglinnt Hi
wrk.
I'Ulns Hlnles . Hlumer r prolmlil
lmal Htur.lm on. I nfaln nn Humhiv.
Tmtrturis ilna tn amxiinM rernH
Hklihiniu -Tnnlglil mi. I Weilnmlny gen-
rllr flr.
kinill -MhnlTfira limlvltl . . .1 it'..i
. mm T.rsini's-
nr: nnl mn.-h clmuge In lrm..Tnliiri-
niiainn" n.aai nml VI Mil Texaa To
nlghi mid Wriliieaitav renerally fair
()rerllr fair wisithi-r twiliM n XXcil.
w'WI ' ' rkuia In lrm.ratutv
t T4
H . m 7
.in 711
10 . m 77
!' " -n
l'i noon an
I l- m sn
Ji. m -j
' p. m n
Mghl wattrriHl alinwrra iMs-urrl Aiirlna
the final twenty four knur tn Mlnntfl
XVIais.ii.ln. tha lad rrglnn the nttitillr
Atlantic atnii. ratar Tanneaaee anil
Klerl.la KiiiI llgbl abnnrrra In amith.-rn
nil weera Katiaa unit eastern Cnlnrtdn
nn ir-lptllln l rvporIM wisil nf lha
kllaalialiipl river (tenarallji fair weather
tirwralla Ihla mnrnlna Ihmiighnnt Ibe en
lire nnlteil Slslea. aa . mrm
again Testert In the niithern ami aniith
eatern aertln.s of the ennnlry ni1 ralhr
col for ihla ma In lite northern ill.
Irli'la. l euiHerallinse-ai i Inae t (be .'
.. . """ Blur"" tkaUgbout
lb t nlled atutv
0' mi nnuin
U UN bKM iU-
FATHER CLAUSE
Annulment Of Oklahoma Consti-
tutional Provision Provokes
Comment
ULAKE BLARES SOME POSERS
Discourses Also On Discussed Ex-
tra Session Of The
Legislature
Illy Frnest K. Itlake)
With the decision of the supreme
court iinuiillliig tin- I iklahninu r.ai-lllu
II 1 pmvlsl.in lili.-. I the "i.rainl
fallier t'lanse." arise hnine lutcicsi Int;
lUrstlnlls :
lll-l If the illsfiaiirlil.rd iii-timis
sin- I In- slate offlrcis ri-poii-llilc lot
lllelr Ins- nf Wile will the legislature
ilpplnpriale the lux mniii) In pay the
JnilKinciits. or Inn r I .re I tit. e nml his
famred inctlnxls g..iie frmii nffiis-'.'
Sis mid. Slnre the state officials"
hnvc known llii iiroilsinu was wild wid
Lee ( r iii-e ami his "ultm nets " t :
give hii' k tn the people the ll.'iUKi up
pinpllatcd " In thiai under the pie
tense nf ilefetnllng corrupt elei llnu uf
fbris'..
'I lili. I If i.iiIiiii nml his elc. llnu
isiiiipaiilnii sx'iul u term III the x lilted
Hal) hnw man) Inemliers nf the "lo-
cal nffl. lul circles" will plcscld llielll
wives at Hie gates nf the s'iilleiiHa r
tn share the senleiii-e 11114 how mall)
will feed their fatullleti while Ihc luas
are In the s-u?
f ourth Considering the inimhcr of
pr.nlsiiis of our "Ijiws and ( on-tlta
Hon" Hint Inne his'ii held uiiionhtlt 11
Hon and fir "prominent" lawyers and
nfflii' holders Hial have proinoied
them or taken Ihc soples iiiotic) nil
der pretense of "defending" them the
ipiestlon arises. "Is there any real
"Niwier" In the lii-ims-rallc parly m
Is It colllsise. merely nf office seekers
and public money ahstacters?
fifth. If Hilly Urymi. who pro-
noimis'd our "I'oiistllutbMi" the "lhs.t
Kver" can carry the "Peace Itove"
with the cliHtigisI pluiiiage from (he
Wilson cabinet rail tie rewue Hie
lllalne county nfflclals who Inria-dissl
whole tnwnshlm of voters In order to
report a 1 N'mix-ratle majority?
Hlxth. If "A. I.. Walker" ( whoever
that la 1 "(Tiulnnau of the Mute Kdu
ration lloard" (wbaterer It nifselun
may Is-1 can make flood that "there
will be no Illegal negro mtej cast any-
way." what' the line of the eistme
of an extra wsslou? Why not let
W alker make a name for himself and
saw- Hie exH'tise of a legislative x.kcr
game? lieu Kllcy made bis name I1-
Is'tter lias iptlte a standing In the nnm
her of 1 11 Vil 1 lil provisions be has sI.xkI
for. several Idg "Lawyers" have Issui
"deinoiislrateil " so w hy not give Wal
ki-r 11 chains' and sis "on what meat
doth tbls our t'aesar feed?"
Seventh. If "Our Hob" could make
so many mistakes as lo the law prior
(Continued on last I'age.l
PAPERS BETTER
FOR ADVERTISERS
llaxe More (iripplng Power Than For-
merly Say Joseph A. lino to liu-
raxo Convention
CHIC Alio June 2 - Prvaldeut day
iiewspiis'rs Hie a Is'tter advertising
iiieillum than ever IssniLsf they have
a nmre gripping puwer a isiwer that
should be studied y every tblnktiig
advertiser Joseph A flnn of Chicago
(slay told delegates attending tint an
mini convent! .n here of Associated
Advertising Clubs i.r the World.
Mr. flnn ss.kc of the "new ssis'r"
the advertiser mid the advertising
agent."
He (lis la red that advertlalug U the
lew about inrr.hiin Using hiiiI that
then was iiollilug closer to the hcerls
of the reading public than the live
news couivriilng buying opsirtuuly."
"A ucwspasT without advertising"
Mr. f lnn said "Is like a girl s bathing
suit without the girl . - eloquently
empty.
"I Is'lleve In Ibe efficiency of new
piis'r advertising Ins hum- 1 have sis'ti
what ll can do In such a variety of
lines covering such diversity of prop
oslllniis that the niHNlhlllty nf luck or
accident must Is- clliulnated from con
slileratloti. It Is the newspns-r which
pulilishes the true new that pay the
advertiser lsst" the xx-nker wild.
"ii rally ss-aklug the lustt news
Mlsr Is the one which secures the taut
advertising" Mr. flnn continued. "And
the l-s advertising In what heli
make It the best iiespnHT. Truth la
the slogan of the eonventlim. Truth
Is the a'lngnil of Ibe newspaisr thul
bos's to nln the most lusting iiisssn
tlie widest Inf I iH'in-e
"We buvp neen almost overnight
iiewspa'r advertising advertising and
inercbaiiillslng sutssisxic that would
have Iss'ti ibs'ineil Incredible ten year
ago. And thisie uissaso were solid
they stayed put.
"1 inloulitcill) the greatest thing
that nexvspar can do for advertiser
-for Ibe biislnisa world for humanity
I to xpread Hie gosal of optimism
to chait ii straight course of confi-
dence. A ncwsuiper Hint deabi hi mi-
quieting rumors that ilsM'ne gloom
and Hint 1 ninny on the hair trigger
of HiKsitiilnty defeat the advertiser
and defeats Itself. It I the truth that
giHsl lime and bad are each largely
a matter of ychology. In Ihla re-l?-t
the imwer of the iiewapatier la al-
most beyond reckoning. Mount and
keep on tHMwtliig."
All aas-tlnns of Hie convention held
iCoulluuml uu IjiI I'agw.)
DKAINAIihliY PETITION
That Is as far as Klw-r IHwrslon
ITan Has rroreedeil Mass MiTt
iii( Held IjiM N I slit
A IlllUlli.-r of those Inleteslcd III the
illlllllllKr dll'll HirollKll the ill) III
Irliilrd Hie llieetlng lust llkhl III the
Kat) passenger ili-poi l.ut no dis-lslw
a' llnu was taken asl.le fr.uu iii iiiiik
liu' f..r u is'ililnii lii he circulated
which will Inter be pieseiiled In the
1 onnl 1 1 i.iiiuil--li.nei -
l this 111. -nn- Ihr woik will he
starlr.l iiKalu All the preliminary
woik has l.een .In lie and II has reurti
"I the stiiKC where the Hilly ci nn
llllsslnnels 1 11 II U'Ueltlse fnr bids
The I .! .( I M"li is In
liali.in.-i' dlslrh I In Hi
tahllsh 11
in and1
-tmiKhlrii the 11 innl In 11 rlwr sn that
it will not 11K11I11 i.W'iflow. Man)
pr..xrt i.wneis nr.' interested In the
.rnnisli.ii Hli'l seleral nf tllem were
present ut the Hireling la-l I.IkIiI. The
rnllliti r..uimssniiel s were lllsit pies
cut
SPAIN'S CABINET
nllriV IV IMUlV
Ul 1 O K llUU I
I
I
( aus.sl II) f ailure of Loan; Kretirh j
In Violent Offensive; Itritish Steiuu-
er Sunk
;
.MAIMilli .lime -."' II . Spmilsh
calilllel leslKI.eil t.xlll).
Hie gnw-rti
"lent sideling Hie fiilluie nf the
recent I .an tn he ispilialeiil In a wile
of link nf rnliflili'ine
The official 1111
HKItl.lV. .Inn..
tinuii.emeiit from arm) heai.iuirlcrs
tixlii) tciii'tts heuM flghtlm; iilom! the
Lis hi rher In Alsace where cunslil
cradle gains liuie been lulimsl re
rently dy the I'ren.-h The uuiiniliirc
liieut snvsT
"We haw- transferred mir o.tnusi
to the eastern dank of Hie l is lit "
I.oMiiiN .1 !. . ''he llrltlsb
stcaincr Carlslinsik of (ilasgow from
Montreal for Lelth. Scotland was
slink d) gun fire from a (.--niiiiii mid
niiirlne on June '.'1 nt a x.lnl forty
mile north nf Klnnulrd's head Pleven
luetiidi-rs of her crew were suwsl.
Thirteen are as w-l uniiccnunle. fnr.
PARIS June 22.-2.31 V- m. - The
frencti war office this nfteriusin gave
ul n statement on the
pnsress if j
nosiiniics wincn reads:
. . ...
I he M'.'llxirt nf I llllik rk mix I. .111 1
hanlisl last night by a piece of lung
range artillery funrtccn shells were
thrnwn mid some s'rsons belonging
to the civil x..olntl.'ii were killed."
AMERICANS WILL
NOT LAND FORCE
Villa Troop Promised a Guard from
laqiilx; Mexican Iravdrrs Fear Re-
sult of 1'. S. Soldier' Attempt Aid
ON UllAltll I. S S COl.OltllllO
HI' A V.MAS. Sonora Mexico. June 21.
Illy rndlo to San IMego Cil June
'-"- Fifteen bimdred Villa trs. un
der lieneral Sosa were prouilmsl as
protection for foreigners In the Yaqiil
valley 'at a conference aboard the
Colorado tixlay del with Admiral
llowaril iiunmaudliig the I'aclflc fds-t
ami bis staff. ar lieneral l-yva mil
Itary cotiiinnmlaut at liiiaymas. lien-
eral Leyva said that the lauding of
American marines might Im misinter-
preted by the masses of the Mcilrnn
Isnple.
I nder the awnings of the flagship
Iwere gathered nlsmt Admiral Howard.
II W. Phillip the consul n( tiuaimas.
Captain Ashley Itnhcrlsnti. rninmand
lug the CnlotHilo. and Captain lieorge
Williams isiinuiundlng the Ihlnl clasal
crtilwr Clevelnnil.
To the American lieneral Uyxa
Ipromlsisl the same protection for for
elgn settlers as that which would liel"1 Mml r"n"r mMiiiir aim w me
afforded Mexican nml sni.i rri 1 "'suit of an Impulsive atatemeut on
Hint lu rase of Imminent danger an
adequate guard would escort them to
a place of anft ty
"f xclti liieut might follow- the laud
lug of an American fori Ixs-ausc uch
ct might not lie unilerstihxl by Ibe
IKsiple nl large lu He true light" be
said. He charged that the Yaqtils
were buying their ammuiiltlnii In the
I'nltisl States.
lieneral U-yvu discounted any sw
slldllty of a conference with Vaipil
chiefs They never is-rmlt fnrelgn
einlssarbsi In their pnssence he de-
cIbpisI mid Im-sIiIc have all the treach-
ery and blisxllhlrstlnes of Hie
A pin Ill's The Mexican thus far kill
ed be descrllssl 11 s having been hor-
ribly mutilated He hhIiI that erosi
Just harvested bad been carrbsl nwa)
by the Indians as provisions for a fu
ture raid.
The laud comtnuiilcntloti with the
border sm would lie lost lieneral
Ley vii said because the railroad was
lnoieraHve during the srbsl of heavy
rain Information thus far nsvlwsl
Indicate Hint iibmil T.'i men now re
main of the norm a I acttlemeut of
alsuit rtt around Ksperunrn fHi miles
siintbeast nf liuaymns AIniuI n.iMMl
acri"i are still under cultivation as
against a nortnul cultivated area of
llll.lkin acris American Imldlms In
the Y in ii I vallev niiinunt to .VrfMaal
acre mnslly In the name of the
fVwiMlll on t "t t'llc 1
Foi ircooii "6 fvick
'apt. Mike Connor IVrmoted and Rd
P. t.allup Appointed on Police Ferre
Cause af Change Not AraHrwnred
Kd P. (inllnp ban Is-eu aplntrl
cflptaln of .lhi In plaiv of Captain
Mike Connor and will go duty for
He first time Wednesday morning.
Cat tain Connor w ill continue In the
servliv a a patrolman.
Mr. (lalltip haa been with the Rum
ney Maiiufactuiing eoinny for a
niirolssr nf yean. No reason for the
change wa given other than that It
ws. fur tht gxiod f the aervltw.
"II III'; IS ID
NEAR GOVERNOR
Quiet Prevails Today lioth In At-
lanta And At Slaton's
Country Home
NO ORGANIZED PROTEST MADE
frank fat. nitriKx-Pii Hut f Aim.
ness Replaces Disturbances
At Georgia's Capital
1111.1.KTIN
ATHVM June '1. t.overnor Hta-
toii went lo his of fire at the rapltol
IimIii) fur the first lime sinre Saturday.
A (Milire offlrrr rode In an automobile
"J M'lh lilm to the enlraiK-e
' lilol. There was no demon-
stmt inn. The governor reamlned at
his of fire sexeraJ hours.
A TLANTA June -jj. While this
tiilllllu still was mi guard ut tioxcriior
Slalnu's i-oiintry Imuie. ipiler liievall-
ll"'1''' '" ""' ' II toduy
Mini there wns 11. I111II.111 1.... ..t .
cilih.n r the ex. Itlng welies of es-
tcrihiv and last night which followed
Hie alllloliuielllelil nf tile isilllllllltatlull
of Leo 11 franks ilrath srlileins'.
In the clv H.e near b"- saloons.
1.1 1 ..i i
yesterday
were allowed
n re oS'ii
were 110
this iiiniulng mid there
rrnwils In the st reels.
At the governor s home It was stat-
ed Hint Hie military prohahlv will Is
withdrawn tnnlghl.
(Iffl'lllls nf the stale llll. I city In-
sisted today that lust night's ilemoii-
slralhin irnhahl) bud uodisl Hie x
hlblllty of inciiare to the gnvernor
linniig the s-nple most bitterly opsi-
eil to the i-oininiilnlinn of 1-rank's seu-
li m e.
Militia Is I'repared
A state of preparedness was main-
tained tixlay however both bv the
Ixilh-e mid the military aiilhorltleti.
The soldiers stationed at tiovernor
Mnton's siihurban home ultra till at-
tention for liH usersliv liuliic lull littiA
K .at v tliftr bands' fnr there
...i .... ....i.i .i...
'( -is -! nn niiiiii-r i-iniciice ni nil
1 1. .. .. ... .. . .. . ... .. ..
. H . i.ri.ir . 'niun in 1 hi viennii
One of Ibe reasons studs! for main-
taining Ibe guard were the reirt
which xrslxteil through nil the night
to the effect that crowds of men had
started for Atlanta from neighboring
town. These. It waa thought might
arrive late till morning. None ae
peered however and effort to verify
the reNirtel Invasion failed.
The Frank case (till waa discussed
on the streets dsliiy but the grnu(m
were those or.llunrlly laeeo on the
busier street corner. Tht calm of
today was In striking contrast to the
leiiNlun of yesterday ami It apiiarent-
ly was xvelconied by the majority of
the resident of the ell). The local
uewspaM'r give very little space to
the case today.
A summary of the arrests made yes-
terday In the city and lust night lu
the neighborhood of the Slatnn home
showed a total of twenty four 'rson
taken Inlo custody. They were moet-
; Iv young men some without ixs-upa
t Ion. while some said they were clerks.
All were held nn a charge of falling
to "move on" when direi'ted by the
Ixilice to do so. None of the trial
bad been held up lo tux ill today.
No Or gaol led Protest
So far as could lie learned no tei
haw Issui taken to arrange for an
organized protest against the gnver
nor s a. tl. ni. The Impromptu mass)
meeting ul Ibe eapltol yissterday wbeu
resnliitlntis were passed coildeiuulliK
"uvcrunr Slutnn Heemed lo appease
xv ml Ii uf those Immediately con-
I 'v""1 'n' r"M " ernor Sla-
I ""' " m"1 "IWH' w0
the uirt of one of the street ss-aker
that the crowd "iy the goveruor a
call."
The "governor' mansion" provided
l.y the slate. Is an ancient dwelling In
the heart of the city. Doveruor Sla-
ton Is'lng a re-Lieut of Atlanta haa
not occupied the old houe preferring
his own tx'H nt I fill estate some four or
five mile from the city. This dl-
laniv did not deter the demonstrator)
last night oliiv 'they had determined
to make the "call."
At thus' different point on the
march out Peach Tree alreet and
along Peach Tree mad. city and coun-
ty adlcc made an effort to ball tha
priss'sston. Some few- wine of tlm
two or more thousand who started for
the country home nf (be governor
were turned back but the main tasty
readied the estate shortly before mid-
night. There they found additional
is.llre of the n unity funs' khaki clad
on guard at the gnvernor' gate.
The site nf the crowd waa suck
however as to overawe the small po-
ll's' detachment nml It wa (hen that
the gnvernor declared martial law
within a tune of une half mile uf hie
home ami nrdered out several com-
panies of in 1 1 It In The cltlxen wil.ller
arrlvnl at bis home by sslal trolley
car ami In automobile. No effort
wa made by anyone to enter the gov-
ernor' grounds. Ilarhcd wire en-
tanglements bad Iss'ii at retched irtisa
the driveways ami along the grnutid
Just within the enclosing wall and
felicisi.
"Soldier." Are "Kidded"
The crowd preil lo be entirely
lea der less and waa quick to switch
from a p rent anger In humor Ml-
alien of all sort were hurled at the
aoldlerw until aomeone alarlnl to sing
"I didn't rata my hoy to he a ol-
dlcr." and with wVwit nf laughter
the entire throng Joined la the rhoruw
Ml ort nf mdlea of the orlghial
word nf the aong then were uim
and merriment relgneit . for loac
while. Tlie crowd whack finally waa
dlsiered by the euldkera haft wltk
parting hoat nf rtdlctile at the '
lit la men and It waa tired rheMtf
(Cootlnoed oa'Lnt TtsU

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