The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 30, Ed. 1, Tuesday, December 10, 1907 Page: 1 of 8
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GtiTHRHJ OKLAHOJtf A. TtflSSDA'
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SENATK BILL PROPOSES
BLUE LAW SUNDAY
Morning Session Largely
Devoted to Consideration
of Senate Rules
"Blue Sunday" fail which i
reality in New York City anew
Kansas City Ih threaling Oklahoma
and will also become a reality of the
l)ill Introduced by Senator Smith of
1 nnin. In the Senate this tnortng.
becomes the Ihw. If It become of
lictlve no penny arcades or nickel '
odei its no theaters foot ball or base
ball Raines no hunting or fisfhlng on
Sunday Such are the provisions of
the bill. It war passed over to the
second reading. Eight other bills
were Introduced at this moring's sea-
Mi n of the Sennte.
The speciil men-ages from the G-
(inoi which weie pr. sentid in the
JIouhp luut evening were rend In the
Si'nate this moring. The n.PHgas-ees
cairy rt ommendatlons' for thn Na-
im.ial Guard and the State Supreme
The greater part of the morning
was spent in a ronalderatlon of the
rules in equMUttee of the whole
v oleh was presided ovvr by 8entor
' BilUj lntruduccd.
By Taylor four bills all i-elatlng
i- the control of railroade the liabill-
i v of employer to emplove. making
the keeping medicine on tiains
loi uh. In case of a wreck compulsory
Inn rs of ervice of employee and re-
quiring full crewh on each train
Hv (Jeorge O Johnson amending
'cctiona :! and .". of article one cf Wll
Mm s revised slat itei of Oklahoma
Hv Cot dell prohibiting th eopera
t ion of bucket shops and regulating
i he I lying In future'
H Williams regulating the prac-
tice of optometry and creating a
Mate examining board also a bill
prohibiting the sale of cigarettes.
Fallowing the ele-tlon of the two-f
T uited States dilators the -Senate
adjourned until tomorrow at 11:00
o dock when the members' vill pro-
c.ed In a body to the house of repre-
sentatives where the formal elect-
ii)ii of the two Unitetl States 8m .t
oi8 will take place.
MUCH CONCERN '
AMONG ROUGH RIDERS
There is consternation In the rough-
mlrr connngent camp of the Ilepubti-
.iii organisation In Oklahoma .
Fiantz and Hunter are In Wash-
ington tiying to explain to President
llooMvelt "ho- It happened."
Mbanmniie tne nangerf-OQ or the i
t. ilium combination are awaiting inland liquor men are taking a great
I itdihiesg bilence and with apprehen- deal of Interest in the outcome.
Become One Body For State of Oklahoma-Bankers Cite
Objections to Williams' Banking Bill.
Fifty members of the Pharmacy as
t.'-ution of Oklahoma and Indian
Tenltoiv met here today at the Hotel
I uiu- and peifected an organization
tailed the Oklahoma Stat Phanna-
i put leal association with the election
ot the following officers: '
K K McGiunls of Sulphur presi-
dent Uobert 8coft of Oklahoma CJty
tii si vice president M. . Hayes of
Cldremoie second vice president W
II McCutcheji of Luther socret&r.
uiid H C Cobh of Muskogee treas-
ure! The iikttuclatiou adopted mam res
o'litioiib IncliidinK a i evolution
..uliibt the paicul pot system ato ai
ocaipd by PontruaMer Uenei.il Mm r
alleging that it wa baae dUiilmnu
tlon asaiiibt lu' Keuerai merchant aud
t-rua!l dealers and that it would only
benefit tho lamp mail order houses
1 tip iPMolution ftdh oidcred sent to
the OklahciUu iiirt teuta'ive and
fenator n oducu'. imkliiK ihem to
oj'ioa ihU tu .toiu i
A lesolutioo tavniiiig leaiMlation ie
x'l.ctlreg the saw of coeaiue atorphlueilidAUidtv
mil all nbit forming drugs and the I
di I'Miieifb of the aui to be piaeed '
VWttfr folloltf le
That th Btofet
their exptarajjeri as to why the Re-
publican uoJflntlon for United State
BeflAtor Wi'ot give to Frants wtti
disfavor and view the tit nation at i
retrake to his proteges in tbe newl
state Is generally conceded
On tlie other Hand there is cenem
rejoiceing amona$ttae followers of tbi
DnugiK&sronea gran roots mgan
tlon who claim Ut the cml rmt
sarenglh Frantc 4m Hunter eer bad
Vva adminlstrtlon stngta. "
Another Rutk Company Barred.
State Insurance Commissioner T J.
McComb has jtotltted the National
Mutual Fire Insurance company of
Omaha Nebraska to cease doing b-uat-tress
within Me slate of Oklahoma.
This acttontWas taken after an ex-
amination & the financial condition
of the company. Mr. McComb be-
lieves th oocern to be in insolvent
condition e stated this morning
that uoi'isfp in offli e to enforce the
ittroiOUWIiityws Of the state and that
lie mk JOlfe to do it He Is care-
hilly MfUtflnlhg the methods of busi-
ness hpd the condition of each oom-
paar iSolag business within the state
and doe not hesitate t otell them to
get out when he finds that they do
not oomph with the law. He elates
that he has mvf . more concerns
under investigation and may have to!
give them similar instructions Thla
makes three Iowa and one Nebraska
companies that Mr. McComb has
wis'ted since statehood
Kiiik ( ill'- ill I'oiiu-il n1io it le-
poitod to li -ii 11)111101 d ! i mob In
tlic r.)al p.ila p at Lisbon A fl n
a i piising is threatened bpcai.se
Kh r Oarhis continues to allow
Piemlei Sanclio f pveicl p a dictatoi
f-'iii A repulilic lh piedlctud as
feeling against the king is reported as
ht lengthening among the people The
crown prince is under.-lood to have
bee banished for opposing his father's
FIRST LIQUOR CASE
IN SUPREME COURT
Attorney S 1. F reeling of Shawnee
this morning filed a writ of habeas
oorpus In the supreme court for 11 J.
Wbjgins of Shawnee who Is in Jail
charged with selllug a bottle of
Rochester beer. Wigging refused to
give ball and was thrown in Jail. H-
allegog that the beer does not con-
tain as much as two ver cent ot
The court set December 18th. to
hear oral arc am en t In thn ease. This
Is the first case of the kind that has
been appealed to the supreme court
under the same regulation)! and
strlc as the pharmacists and their
records be subject to offii in) examin-
ation at all times.
A. rebolution was iaissi in the as-
sociation In behalf ot th uholesale
druggists of the mi alp asking the
governor and th W-KHiamt- i" arraiin
aomv way wh ipIj ilip vt holt bale
liquor dealers nun Ik- .h .. to bill
alcohol to the rt-uilii a; tut iuti; toi
medicinal puriion ojilv. as they al
lfcKP that the purihainj' of alcohol
ditaleis fiom outside the state will
"ap . teudeiipy io draw othi I usi-tie-
io fio luiht'in Th-n appeal
is Hindi- loi ih. din i I'm tu ii of th
miei-nur alcohol used ti iImi KKit-
Thi ia-iiM latio.i up-. ilj i i laiin (hut
UUvl" I hy coii(ilul.u thiB e
Bankert Recit Objections.
The extuuf niiiuilti' p of the
Oklahoma Hint Indi.iu Tuntoik ta.ik
pt' antot'idiioii I'ik ihei with ihe
Jai'u ItitVlaiisp i ummilee of In-
uXi Uuldlmi H MUll;Hit.C
(Continued oa Page $.)
4. .; :
OVER BILL CHEATING
OFFICE Ol? STATE
SCHOOL FUND BILL
passes 3rd imm
Usual Raich of Measures
Poured Into the Legis- "
When the nouse begun Its work for
thi- week ypHtPi-day there waa con-
siderable dltXMittBlon of Mils and pro-
posal to amend them
Mr. Vandeventer of the joint com-
mittee presented a report on ar-
rangements for the election of United
f States senators which wa accented.
HI bill regarding tbe djepoett and
Investment cf the pentMnem achool
fund then came up as MWcJrI order
foi the thrd reading. sMbra amend-
menta were fttep& add. discussed at
Ungtii sreaker Murray heing among
thuHP who ttoh ttroagl) for the bill
In its original form. AH amendments
were iftnnlly tablad or withdrawn and
the committee recommended that the
bill "d i psss" ft was then placed on
He fftral passage and the roll call
siiowfd that both th. Hep bllcans and
i he Democrats were divided The
ote stood ayes 7. noes 22 absent
and not voting 9. This gives the bil
the necessary two-thirds majority for -
emergency bills. Although theri
been scone fitrm stands lor
eraeodments the bill went wratw
in Its orljlnal form except t tti-
woid "po8ttsfc - mrbstitftea
thiouguout for the word "louiib "
Messages F6m the Govern0".
Speaker "Murray's bill establishing
the ( ffice of state printer came up as
n special order for lh - second reading
t thU Juncture Mi Sandlln seen
ttrv to Ihp gov i nor apiH'ared with
'wo special me.sageb
Of these the fl.st war supple-
mentary to his Kt'ieral mebSOKc in
which the governor nade no recom-
mp.idatk'iip regarding thf state mili-
tia for lack of sufficient data
The special message called .atten-
tion to tne provifclons of the constitu-
tion regarding the militia and ap-
peuded werw recommendations from
the Nations" Qua'd association and
Adjutant Oeieml Prank M. Canton.
'.lie Natloual Guard assoclatlo.i
recommends tiutt the militia be armed
and pqvlpped as providetl for by the
conHitutlcn and asks that It be made
the etp j1 of the militia of other states
in proportion to our population and
Ucr.cl Canton 1p ht report UU
that the militia now oonslats it on
regiment cf InUntry composed tf
twelve conipales; one engineer arid
on- signal corps one hospital detaer-
nKm. one band and ftfty-four officers.
It is in fairly good condition to take
tht field hi't lacks overcoats dress
suits anrl Manket roll trap. There
an- 7 men ccropoing three battal-
ions of Hour companie each The
equipment lb sufflcleui for two more
Supreme Court RacmmendatOrfs.
The other of the governors Bpeeial
uiegKagt s relates to the hupreme
court Attached were the recommen-
dations of the court as to its icqulre-
nentu Appropriations are asked for
a fteiKgraphr and law clerk Cone
uerson) at a sa'ary of $l.2"i a vear.
f jl Sou for contingent pximmibph $4000
a vci for each of the justices ana
$1.1M a year for the maibh.il n tal.
$VSi.;w The i ecomuaendatloii !'
sLgued by Chief Justice Williams and
Asbj;late Justices Kane Dunn Hayee
Disculon Was Warm.
After heanug tb two mesdageh
Hkeen was called to act at chairman
of the committee of the whole Here
tuiu.wed some warm dtacussion ot
M iraj'b bill in regard to rtate
I print i StTong attempts iwere made
bj Cope and Holland to amend the
bill w as to provide for the election
of sta'p prijter In three or fo r vcurfe
Mr Murray poke -'lgoioiiblv In favor
ot i up In 1 A iii ti"n to tablp ll
a i ud.iifiit ss list tiv a vote of
4' t.4". The arntndniPiits wen then
...n iflar fnrfhar tfllUlllli4an
a.i Anic'idmeu: was offered lequiring
thai i he btate printer have six year.'
ud.ia' ekjierlence. inwtead of " IglM
i. d .-en sugustid The am'iid
iwn' was tabled and that 'he hill
ilu p.i.f reeiinmeiidil b th
iifiiniiii i hi hip wlioh The bill
v.il mjiuj up ds i aputial oidt-r foi life
1 hinl reading today
t Legislative Appreprtatlon.
J Vaiidev liter''- 1)111 askinK Jifto'
1 ppi duiii and con'InkPiit expeuoes
i- 1 pad for the second tim on
.siiflal omIpi tci I's tl.iid ri-adlnji
1 la Tlil is ttlM) true of Willi. Pl
Vandeventer. chainuau of (tie com-
mltte on rules moved 'hat hereafter
imtv aiMti Irtlls he DrniMKKf P re
ported on fnarsnty vy ammiHmwm
'. r .: Tt.1 rx.-u
to which m tte' rweriBM. mnreso
Jotherwlse oTdorad. by ihe J'A The
mot lon carrWfe; . - f
: speaker M-JrVky vnoWlhfl iH fol-
ing .tj4KmntmaV': v
;Uer t rotta
f. S .jif
n irrotlou of TUtnejr n.'
rease the numWr
Hfteaftef 0 to
be printed as HJajr iMv
Vatmpventer CroHOU JWI W
were stttpofaited to vrajmra a
for letterheads acter WWh the
adjournm tor the day.
Irvtroduarron ot unit.
During the afterriodc;
bill. wr introducedJ -.
By MuMOOk lor
By Kingj or ti
II IIWW "Jfll . .
uy Aah-y etmqmm mamx afd
d nfederatf faMta!
peddling or Id
of railroad am
foi Injury by rail!
tlou of a perman
to levv an occui
By Boyle reii
of those employe
By Exxarti for
.snil matters of at
prolrtto to Ct-ont:
By Skeen and
Intei marrlotte of
By Riddle to w eo-a;te otL'th
l.ll Mlu ' 'R
By Bryan thfea ' iuHa. ' pi
respectively for tiifiQigt)on
livts ot! the tra-Eat-iMnut
raiinad empioyMa. in.
penalties for refusal
cages and fixing
maximum for telegr1
of whites aiHl
By SmltlL of
the sal of liauortx-
Uy Italtiey prOhlWtiiHt otutty At
torueys Aram aatlns it iflfU cafes ex
cent aa oouomI for Uta ortutUfy
By Jam regartllBa wftrlip of J
blrtia and tor & piftan of -game.
fiyiaCkpp for yewu sorjocdii.
.WU&W aa rfttftn4ollw.
Ely WH If abort lum&mmmn he-
t.ween. qld nd new POMlL
.'nother unslghth shack on Han mm
avenue was parttatlv d'ntioid lv
flio thU mornlug at 11:40. It wa"?
the White Fiont lestauiant at 12!
West Harnon avenue owned by l)r
Vandevort and lOlisha Pennv of thn
city. The cause of the fire Is a mys-
tery and the onlv solution offered I-1
that It vvas set afire by mice an it
started In the wall and there had not
been fire in the building all morning.
The loss on the building is estimated
at $800. fully covered by Incuranco
Mr. A. B Height proprietor or the
restaurant bases his loss . JW0 on
which no insurance was carried.
W. W Brown who had a shoe shop
In the building escaited without loss.
Dr. Vandevort stated this afternoon
that lie and Mr Penny would replace
the building with a brick structure
and that they had been contemplat-
ing tearing down the old building for
fome time. It was condemned by the
city two years ago.
The Are boys did good work In
checking the Are befoie the builJIng
was entirely consumed
WILL SETTLE THIRD
TERM TALK ONCE
ANNOUNCEMENT DEC. 21
WillBeMade Known Through
Bonaparte at Banquet
Chicago Dec .'I 'I h Ufbliun of
KouhfcVtlt'ii (iinli i aii'im hpiiitf noinl
iiio4 for a UujU uim Mill bu tuul. d
i0 r a'1.01
ie ) or anoiner
December 21st hpn Attorney (iei.-
eral Bonaparte addi-tine the banquet
of the New llliunU (lili-iic club In
Chicago The I'n iidi nl x polltital
viph ami hw i n .! hi in iili a vml
e full tolil ti M Kn.iapaiip
Waehtngton. Dec iu After the
cabinet tslon imUi u letter ad
dressed by I'i hldpin KoospvpIi to
uiemberv ot 1 1 1 . i ii.!ui on NuvpuiIii
f V" . Instruciliig i In in in inform ft b lai
Office holdpln no' !.rM( i(iat.- iu a
thlid term iii.a inn ii' tor llooapvi-lt
i in ad publu m ill. Whiu llou-i
It ia uuder Blood thai eatbliuH uftliv.!.-.
will t one take action In aocordauce
wtth the Unus of the letter.
'WiasWSSSBft'V'L- I - 1
mstm thasj ueo
MMORT WxV reiatina- to
t . X.
r tsiiswr' .
eigt "iraars ' MP-'-
nffgna' - v
GALA OCCASION F 0
BLUIJ GRASS STATE
PROSPECT OF "PIE"
Retiring Executive and Suc-
cessor Botli Given Hearty
Frankforrl Kv Doc in Thn Inau-
guration toda of Governor August u
B Wilson hh made n gala oceatwlon
tor Kentucky Hepuhllcsnh By au
interesting colncide.ice it hapMnd
to bo the twelfth anniversary of the
luauguarat Ion of William O Bradley
the first Republican 'lovernor of the
i was the wlh of tne new execu-
tive that hla Induction Into office
should not be made the occasion for
any unnecessary display. Hut while
the IVMUir-ration ceremony itfvJf was
Of a simple character the enthusiasm
of the Republicans ivvjs not to be sup-
pressed. Hundreds of visitors was In the
city. IncKmllng many political ctibs.
'I he en'JPe city state buildings bust-
ifta and residences were profurvelv
deetrrated and the little hill-crowned
capital never presented a hrlirht i
Judicial and state ofn1ala. atat.. oi
flclalt-'-elecl committep and nroniln
ent citlsens participated In the exer-
cise. The oath of office was admin-
istered by the Chief Justice or tln
KhtuKjr Hupreme Court on a high
sand erected directly In front of the
Ktate capltol. Governor Beck turn nnd
hit successor in fflcc wtre both glviu
heaity ovalhim Tim scene whl li
followed th appearance or the new
oe utlve at the front of the aland
in vfp of thousands was one Ioiik
to n. rpmiemhcreil gtandlng with
hlh head bared beneath the America
flag with bin rlht hind uplifted ar
lib lert renting on the Bible vA
Wilson repeated the words whlc
him the chief i xecutivo of Ken
Capital Lying About Democrats
'The coutemptlblo Stat Capital
hat; resumed Its tying about Demo-
crats." said Speaker Murray today.
"It Is a rotten sheet and the tr. th Is
not In It." "That'M true" said an-
other house member. "No Democrat
will tender "' rapport to the Capi-
tal. Thera if j reliable Democratic
papers reporting the legislature The
Capital did all In Its power to defeat
the constitution; It plugged Haskell
an dM rray and all the Democratic
candidates with venom; It placed
G rthrle In a false lUh' before the
people of the t' riltoiy with a rotten
st-ry about tin governor The Capi-
tal will ii 't Ri i .i tithe of recognition
fro mDf'mociai to hell wliii biich
gruftln Hiuilian liistituilnu '
O At SKKN FROM THE 6
O HOUB QAULERV. O
E. J. Eailp of Ti XUs coun'v. 1- I
lawyer b) ediuiifinii ami a taiuui h.
choice. A native ot .South Cuuiiii.i
he reinoved to Ti x.ih . ouilmt in oh.i
homa about fum ti.iin.Wi !! w.iiM
to se the hist legltdature make a re
cord for Kood LPuaibli leKiKluliou
along ull IliiPt loiiched uiior.
Milton 111 van. of Shawnee. I'utt
watoinip (iniiilN U no u w figure In
the legihluilve haIN of Oklahoma j
lie was a conspicuous mtnib. i of th-
las territorial legislating and the au
uioi of thj pipwnt primary law. Al senanns wt.s cnutmeiif en w i .
though of the minority he. is le'meui in thi lollowiui; .i . i c
heted as one of the strong active "1 "n "' ion. ami I . i- i
meiiibpiu oi thut boly He was burn'" '' '' n'Kiai i meiiiiii r- v
In the t-iati' of Kloilda and came m
the vAphi fcoiii. tix and a half eai
ao H. It tut poHHcsHCjr of a c lni
isiPttl edttcalloii beUtg a uraduate nf
Emory college Oxford Oa. Although
the leKlalature has been iu session
only a few daM Mr Hrjan is already
known an one of Iu im.i conopfCMOus
i niiiinii li on d'l and ua
iiiiii i - an I imnliiK liiw I" en i na
aim at the rmiueat ot uianv eitiMrue
ldentiBed with these intcrc-sta It ap
lieais thai ihtse two t.ianrhe of
lnduuv an. sepaiate and distinct
hi'lii. ih. ihauge
A (i Ma. mi a nntlvt of the- lloo-
f. i iau has llvtd fm ih.ripeir ream
U tberefo?. iMtt
e needs of Inr
'rad a ha-neas-
acq'ialntPil with it.
pt uji'i H Is by
make? "Home w i-i. k mlrn ir
developing in no Miunh htild Mr.
Martin 'aid m nUo have rimmd"
able COBl. .Some diij Ottawa comiU
exiiecta to 'ip one of tin rlchc-t cmn
ties In the biate Namralh I am m
terested In good )nv. ptttainliig to
mines and mlnriiR
H. R King thniiKli for oittj. ' i
ar.1 a half yeais a rfaident of' tiki
homa wa glvm a big majoiiv 'n-
the Democt&ta or TUlman mmnv Mi
King owns a section of laud in tho
famous Red river valley He Ti not
a town farmer but om- of ilis. who
tetually tills the soil Ah hln count v
if one of the new ones he i:ks au
active Interest In legislation affctin
his particular I ocnllty. 'llmi'i
said he "T am aluo lnterv.su l u R((ih1
general leeislatlon. M hpal.h pv r
mlttlng no member lll be prehpni
at more of the fMluiH than l ;inil I
want to l.e" found ntiiiK nuhj on
every quenlion that mnip In fm tin
I.lke man nthciv who hplpi'd 'm
building old Oklahoma W H lio-vdlp.
or itlalne count v f.imp here from tl-e
Sunflower Hint. 'I hough beie in ISS'l
he did not tnkp a honipsipnd unill
1812. whpn ih Chevetiiu' and Aiapnlio
country won oppupd He ronie.s oitg
Inallv from Ohio anil follows (he pro-
fession of law Mi llowdle Is one of
the Republican Kinnd Jurv In mnt
Itlg hU volition he Mld- I expert
to vole fo r eveiv lull I think u gixiil
one and aualnvi .Pry i t ttinU
(he lev erne '
O A Smith elitor of the Chandler
Tribune -nB liem chculatluu ainonu
(the members Mj Smith s on
oi im- nrt newspapei men n rome
mil openly fm- the sale of the sthool
lands. H . b ihp authoi of a v limbic
pamphlet on that subject entitled
'Froeho'ueis or Tennanth "
ii hi 1. 1 i i j i i
I'.llKllMi I i iii ii v i ii !Vs trial
much of tin' hum' i. I mi. i in ;m;
In tut ami tin I nii'd Siati s is du. to
th.. II.IKli .lilv (l 1 IllttS I.I l.v ll...
P"' hiden of Hit I nlml Si.i.i
K. Dodd Ih here ft on Aoa.
J Gamer U hero from
15. J. Franklin
Is here from Mu-
Rell of Lokfbu Ih ii (lulliil''
W. T. Mayfleld lg bore fioin .N.u
Ranki-r Han;. Ilradfnrd of i;i Id no
Is here attpinHi'K fth heaiiiiK befuie
the senate liankiir- coBUUittuc whlph
Is nipeiin with Ciivoraor Haakel to
Hadieapped by Accident
UwIiik to a ni'l' ii ii powei ai'lilini
Hip mac .inn r in '1 u la-ader office
w iniKli iuibaiied todav rut -H1liii
ing ipsm aim delay in handling or tho avenue where a defective flue had
usual volume of matter. caused some trouble. No damage wu
Senate and House Cast Separate Ballot-Formal Election
Takes Place at Noon Wednesday.
A' x "" H otlC today tha
'"uuip '"" ' Uulteal '
pi' n HI ..li I. iil!il!4 ill i 'Hi!
I idi (.'laff I" i alis. ii I 'i . .
i 1. i ' Inn w i i il c . li i i
II t ul Iii i il 1 1
Heliaioi Hlilupf of ''..-). I J in
formal luin.-uai.-p plated tin 1 in
'I I' (mi . In ii'iiiiliialiuii ' i
VU k Hun.' oi ii kiii i i
K I ( i i ii. i i S' i i I
Okn Hi. i i i'.iiiiii in .1 ( I 1 1 ii
ami i.i 1 1 u (' i
uoiulj .. I - Imi
!peec-he lollowed a hen Smui
" "f -N ar.ier moved i '
reciirdt Im v. i . denim
jher ah limw .'.i.il .1 p
Iimi .it '. i and 01 n
' Ci'ioie i (iw.h lUnl v) (. i.
'u (I'Uh'K 'In no. ilu ii n
no in i
i i .i I
ii"' i ' i-ov.ii
PIM-ared In the bwt
'!0 M'l" aftei the
of heakh audi
nui ti. Tupy J
PRISONER FOR LIFE FOR
CRIME HB DID NOT
ONE "KID" HENRY
SHOULDERS THE 0U1LT
Offers to Surrender if iV
snred by Governor of
Declaring thai he wan Kiilltv of a
crime for wlil. U one Clyde I'm kins Is
seivin i ei in in tho Oklahoma pent.
N'liiiHij m (ifTeriim; t retuni anil
Kh. hliip.i' up If onsilred li the
K"' '""i ol Ml- (rft . wno
tlKllH at. Kid II. iii-y wiote to (iovr-
tioi Ilu u s ral weeki umi from
Kent in k
The le.tei whs rather Indeflitlte
Klvlnv; n 'lib i i crime for which
IVikins wi convicted not the place
of iu iii'iiiiniKD except to mention
Chlckaahu In. idenlally Mav ft wna
also given a. the date of thedlme
Governor Haskell has just learred
that Clvde Perkins Is seivlng a lire
sniieiie. iii the Kansas state irloii
tin iiiminal assault on the person of
a coloi ed girl alleged to have been
committed a Chlckasha on May 6.
I he crtnn wa committed at night
mil I'm kins was identified by tho fjlrl
and htr tumilv chlell.v bv his voice
In IiIm letter confessing his own
"tit Kid lluiiry" huh that he a&w
'' ikiiin a hia house where the oHiuh
i "uniulited and went there to kill
'" in hut i bat when he not there ho
'iiuiiil I'uikiiiH goue and committed
t "ilu i crime
1 ' ' '"' In tin case haw heeft
! in in! out tut tin k'iivpiiioi b Sam
I'. iii' II of ihM Oklahonni infective
..iii'V wIki ij the wink voliinurll
li.iii II s M. receipt ot u lettin from
P'll.liih sho iudoKes a copy of a
1 l" I tha he hinis II ivej from
'he M It vied ' Kid Heniv. j which
IIP .n-aiii IdUiVH thHt he irniiiiilftHrf
hi (i line toi hleh ' rl . ..-
hnll c-erf l do ul In mv nmtnr
i.i .... . i. .. .1 . . v .
w niai mil iienrv dim a fair
"I'll. II He l ' ii i nu In ulveu ni ' il.1
vornoi nii.i i Je nt.ld h' Vn m.
iipri-hi iiklnt 1 ttutt score
Hi 111 illl'l.ll ill relllni If n..r.il
b v i he lioviiiioi through the nevva-
iain ilia h" wi.uld r glv-i a fair
Suit on Note.
The HankliiK and Trust company
of St LouU thla morning brought stilt
In the dint i let court against I . A.
Mann administrator of the estate ot
V. Maim foi the recovery of $800 oil
Tvidance Was Lacking.
u i miiph colored w i conducts
a restaurant on East rlauinon ave-
nue wah a-raiKnei before Judge
Holes thlw iniinln' on a iietlt larceny
charge. He w.. dichar.'pd for lack
Of evhliPiii p
Klre trucl No. 1 was called at 7.10
this morning to the rv!dijc of
.ludge J J Holea 304 East Vlltth
ti paired to the Hotel
Tone wit i
ei n d for
een in lh
vlfe M i x
' -H'i talent had betvu -il..
in and ihey were not
'oi'1' mttl the lunch hoar
u i. ii guests of friends.
ii. ii iccompHuled by hi
v.. u rived iu the city
al i v
The to m i
ihe joint .
i tlon tomorrow at
i iromiis to be a
ii. . ' mas first state
m v il 'alMirite noml-
irii H ii i
I I I l
u ' i alartug the names
i i and republican
II ' j'llllt MPhklOU will
I leplle of acctpt-
1 i i latum hm echeu of
.iiuiiup.m will bo
of ille li tin tli.
ol in -.iiii e
ait1 muh Col
ii'HUV" Inni h
i atti mied the
al ilit. tiuio Of
1 . . o p i us and
tin r inililiisaa
!( .i- i
I IKillloli t !
Il ' . J'1: 1
in vi'ii M duimg tho
of tlii iiioiiiiiiK si.lon.
Action of the House
(.uiKjti ot two I'ulted fttatea
(Continued on rage $.)
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