The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 32, Ed. 1, Thursday, November 2, 1922 Page: 3 of 20
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TULSA DAILY WORLD THURSDAY NOVEMBER 2 1922
Arch Enemy of President
Obregon Faces Firing
vN'ol a Soldier but a Fugitive
From Justice" Obregon
i i AMOClattil I'rtM.
.si CITV. Nov. 1. den.
j 1.' mco Murguln tlio rebel leader
t 1 xccutfil liy n firing yriu.nl nt
9 ocloik tliia mornlne at Tepeaun-
tfi UurntiBo nfior n trtcf court-
martial last lilRllt It sva announced
today from tho limMentl.il offlof.
.Murguta tlio announcement raid
met death calmly.
Cioneral Murcula wan the nrcd
many years and 0110 of the men who
took part in tho fllnht that lirouitht
death to former l'rcuMcmt Oarranwi.
mm ino ditiio uatnj or followers
recent rebel army (lonera! MurKuia
wa siirrounacu yesieriiay nriernoon
near Durntigo (.'fly and captured.
Iteccntly he as described by
President Obregon ns "not a soldier
but a fugitive from Juctlco."
I'or a long whllo Oenorat Mur-
ffllln vent rrnrllf i1 .villi 1r.ut... -
revolution. Two months ago he left
ma niuinK I'laco across me mo
CI rami 0 and camo back Into Mexico
nt the hertil of a rebel band aald
to number 800 men Three weeks
ago his forces svere decisively de-
feated In a clash with Ironi under
Oeneral narobitr at Ouarache In the
state of Duranco. Since then he has
carefully avoided meeting federal
troops. From tlmo to tlmo there
wcro reports that h was trying to
unlto his rebels with those of Juan
C'nrrasco In tho etnte of Slnaloa and
the men under Carlos Oreene In Ta-
basco but nolhlntr ever came of
The iobellloM activities of Clcn-
erol SturBUla nover nroueed popular
sympathy except In the northern re
irions where as tho novernor of
Coahulta tinder Carranza he culti-
vated many adherents.
Ufi PASO Texas Nor. 1. Oen.
I'ranrlsco .Mur;ul; was executed by
a firms squad nt o'clock this
inornlnp according to a telegram
from Mexico City received n( the
customs housn In Juarez.
The execution took place at Te-
pehuanos Durango whero (leneral
MurKUla. rebel leader was "captured
last night l'nullno Guerrero col-
ic tor of customs In Juarez re-
ceived tho telegram and announced
that It was an offlcl.it iiuasiirp but
declined to reveal Its signature
waiting for tho news to go through
"Tho execution took place under
military rulcn and the report In cor-
rect" It svas announced tit tho Mex-
ican consulate In 151 I'aso.
Khoots nt llnllovtfcn Jokers.
VIH.U.U. Cal. Nov 1. Krnnk
bchlommcr 14 sna In a critical con-
dition today 11 nd Otto Luhdorff In
under arrest as a result of n Hal-
loween prank. I.ululorff Is nlteged In
havo fired on iicvcrnl small boys
early today when liu raught them
uttemptliiK to roll a svngon nwny
fr6nt his back yard. Ho told tho po-
lico the shotgun svas loaded with salt
but Physicians today picked to bird-
shot from tho body of the boy
Itiislmvts I'nllurvs Prrrcfisc.
NKW YOIttf Nnrt I Iluslness
failures through tho country de-
creased In October compared to the
sumo month last year but Increased
.over tieptcmbrr Jlrndstieetn says
todiy Itst month thorn worn I.SQfl
failures against 1.460 tn B'p'
Tho total of October 1!35. svnn f iC-
941. 8m. nn Increase of l' 7 prr
over September. The far sm in
states supplied tho blggi st iirri'ni-tlons.
IVrtner Colorado (Imcrimr Dies
I'UKtH.O. Colo. Nov. 1. Alva
Adams former governor of Colin ado
and one of tho Ixrt known men In
public life In the svesf died In Hat
tin Creek Mich. today arrnidliiR
to prlsolo nil-. Ices recelsed here lair
tn'i n Nrwcxwi: ro.isrii.vrr
. S. I JVt-Ijr to ivept llrlll'lt I iindgti
t.fn('V Nov. 1 The Hrlllsh
fon-ifsn off lie had made proposals
(ii Washington by which it whs ex-
pected today that tho United HtateH
llii't Sugar Output Grows.
WAKIIINOTO.V Nov. 1. I'rodiie-
tlon of beet sugar In 1031 exceeded
by 390.800 tons tho output for 191!)
but the value decreased 1097.oon
iici'orrlliig to statls'lrn relrased ai
tho census bureau todnv
Fresh milk delivered at the il.mr-
ntcp ranges In irlco in this r. ninny
from six to 25 centn 11 ipinrl.
consulate In Nercnstle on-Tyno will mc f.nniher Ileal tinsel.
1- reopened shortly. WAslUNuTON Nov. l.-The s1..
Tlio Newcastlo consulate wan .o U .wr.ro t. tinier romparv of
i i.ised on account -f Minrgen b-Mhe H67ooo..mio eet timhet on the
luitiHii tliHt the Anierlinn .onsul In piuma i.atlonal f.rest California.
H.st clly ssas trying to force Imtnl- fr npproxin -Wv S.000 was a
grants to sail op Anierlcnn ships In- riniinceil this nfiernoon by the de.
pnritnent of asrlrulture.
stoad of Hrlllsh slilrm.
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Tulsa's Largest Livest Leading Store for Men and Boy
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See Friday's World for the Most
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November 2 .
8:00 to 11:00 o'clock
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Special Notice to Boys and' Girls
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Kindly consider this cur personal as well as a cordial invitation to visit us this
evening 8 to 11 o'Clock.
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Finder pIeno notify
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The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 32, Ed. 1, Thursday, November 2, 1922, newspaper, November 2, 1922; Tulsa, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc79397/m1/3/: accessed May 29, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.