New-State Tribune (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 13, 1910 Page: 2 of 8
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Republicans and Democrats are Pleased.
NEW-STATE TRIBUNE. THURSDAY. OCTPHKK lit. 1H10.
The Failure of thr Government lo Make Out a Ca e in Muskogee
Town Lot Trials Gave Satiifaction to All Except the
Government and Mr. Roosevelt.
Look beforu fl o'clock Friday mom
Jng, after tho town lot cato* hud been
dismissed, friends mid udmirers or
Uovornor HankeM. accompanied by
it brum blind, assembled ut the
depot to itwult tho return of the
Governor mul party rrom tlio trial
the hits back. Altbouith thin proper
ty wan ln-lil that way It hut* never
bu ii ijuestioneu by any one.
"Tho manner of the schedule ut
'I ti I Ha wan repeated In all tin- other
fourteen Creek Nation towns tucrludiriK!
Muskogee, The doctors, lawyers. the
•aso with the slightest smirch upon
haracter, integrity or patriot
The crowd howled.
And then the band played Dixie.
There were callK for Mr. Huckl
j berry, of counsel for defense, but 1,
The Idea of welcoming the
home was conceived by Theodon ...
lick. In a few minutes he had s<
<ured enough money from merchant
and citizens to pay for the servl.
t the band and the painting of tb<
bsnnerK that four boys carried.
The banners read:
Justice Heigna Supreme— Welcoiui
IU McAlester. 111. *,,« escorted j pr. « Vl.ry bon , .
to the hotel ana give, Ihe glad ' of ,1 Ulsei,.hip of all,ho„ ,„w?.
hand from every uuarter. repub! Including the Presbyterian Board ..r
lleans apparently .im well pleased
at the turn of urfalrs as the Democrats.
At the corner of Main and llroiidway
bigger demonstration was given at
which Mr. Roosevelt was roasted and
browned to a "queen's taste." Speeches
were made by Mr. (lidding*, I ley mini
and (lovernor Haskell.
Such a greeting anil such n demon-
stration must have been and was grat
Ifylng to the Uovornor and his family
and friends here and ut all other
points In the stute.
We give below some expressions of
opinion taken from various sources:
McAlester, Okla., Hept. 29. The
statement that Governor Haskell
escaped In tho town lot indictments
liy claim under the statutes of llmlta
thins Is false, the facts being that the
statute of limitations whs never pre
sented or Invoked in the HaskellKnton
case. The court held that no over acts
charged against Haskell or Hilton were
offenses against the law, no matter
when they were claimed by the gov
eminent to have been committed. The
special attorney general then admitted
that he had no evidence to connect
them In any way with any overt Act
that did violate the law, and therefore
the government would not care
Mlaaluni of ti,,. United Hinton who
held twenty acres: also audi dlatln
KulHht'd inn iih .Senator Ittiber, 1..
Owen, himself all Indian und who held
ten arrea In the heart of Muskogee.
"II la no wonder mat the cltlioii'
all tukliiK a imrt In tlila schedule.
ahlp of Oklahoma waa ainaaed when
Indictments were returned ngnliisi a
lu,'r" <>f the thousands who
" hedulod In the Creak Nation towm
id thin Inilf dozen Imduded the gov
ernor of Oklahomn. and although after
Krand Jury made up of the bent
citlsenshlp of Has,em Oklahoma had
fulled to Indlet, one waa flnnlly aecured
" large mini bar of the member* of
which were aecured not In the ordinary
way by w heel, but were aelected by the
I'nlted Statea luarahal and phoned for.
and which Krand Jury Included a pom
maater and a foreman who waa u
brother-in-law of the republican Mate
lialrmati, an Indictment wua finally
"It cannot be aitld that the heat ele-
ment of the republican party In Okla
honui una behind thla action; on the
•onirary. hundred! In Oklahoma's
moat prominent republlcana opcnlv de-
nounced the Indictment aa paraecutlon
tnatcad of prosecution and contributed
liberally to the defense fund, Governor
Wins Again Wclc
Muskogee Always for Musk
"We Told You H<
Mayor A P. Mctiarr. H. H. Spauld
Ing. president of the Commercial dul
and many prominent
BEST DAY OF ALL
Through the Muskogee
columns, Clarence H. Douglas, seen*
tary of the Muskogee Commercial club,
prosecute further the cases. Signed j Haskell being a poor ma'n ' aiuMf""!'
STUART, h'"4 ,wW 1 -• - - - • '
republican nominee for Halted Stat,.
Senator aud for many years, and now
the leading republican in the old In
■Han Territory, gave out the state
nicuts which follows:
Greatest Day of All.
may not have been t
merit* loss in the main It
the settling ii|
quent Increase of value
The practice, I
known ut the tittle
eminent officials i
"(knew It was technically lib,..;
" i Hut the uffnlr got into politics stu
j has been made, much t>> the de
incut of Oklahoma and of Mu ko*v,
a subjt«t of wide . oinmciu itm
ou the press of the count tt
Governor Haskell btttvi t> asaaltev
President Roosevelt during t lie la . i
administration and tin
bitterly "came hack* m.ikln ih
town lot cases an lusue and |HiMI> k
all th<* machinery of il . .
o work to secure the gevertiot
The action was scnemlb receded
as spite work and toi that reascn « -
|,,ot nppn \ed by c|tl « i\ „
Itizens were In I Hie inside facts. lhe> araucd ih*. M
Gov. Haskell was guilt/ he was guilty
before he assailed the K<v*e\*u
. ministration and should ha*e
[ charged with the crime ax the time
PhoetiU j ninl not be made the \t«;im of
big stick when such action net ooU
damaged the state tmt worked an
of the charge of conspiracy
nment In the ached
tie ver\ greatest Import am e to thli
n. te, and for three dlatlnet reasons
No Import atlee attaches to the gov
mem* admission that It had lie
st ilnst ths d« fendanti everyone1
u m the beginning, ami knew
here cotttd be but one result.
Hut thin liuldent marks the puss
ted.'iai Inlerfercitce with per
• n : lltcnv m this state and is fair
n > • ih.ii tlklahoma Is not a place
' •pi> sidents or ex presidents can
nton spleen by merely
II Ih of course expected that tb
Hen I lit I v es of Hoosevidt will at t
m'nlmlie the victory of the K.ivernor
' ' "« wliiienn on the federal " far as posalbte, and the attempt
' I to t.i him) and hcuulrch the ,m" a I reads been made to make Ii ap
tvr.it.tion Of cKltrna | pear that the failure of the action was
It al.o III!,, to n large degree, from "r ,ll<' "latuto of limitations
• i.x* the hltalii that baa been j I! ,h"" ,,ln merits of the case
"low ii h< the adverse , rill. Ism I Tl"' """"'Ihk of these two gentlemen
ihai i.athcalls arises wlian the chief |'* "u<h "" "> make their itatement
x'' I. (.!: . .si under ln.ll. Inient f •uthiirllntIve«, an.l It effectuany acts
.*'■•1 ft ta hc.ld.Ml to llie world that j !it n'Bt a,,J doubt ujion that |iolnt. The
Oklakoma is the spot when' araft ruiia I of 'be trial has been the com
lis recent lawton apeech. In which'once sent government sleuths broad-
',""K """,l accurate meaaur. cast over the United States tryine to
I he . x president which has em scare up evidence against the cover-
been made. Is evidence what I nor and bis connection with the sched
likely to occur when conditions . all for ulltig of town iota in Muskogee Wii
Ills activity this line. „«,,, Randolph Hearst, the oJuer of a
Haskell undoubtedly looms today ti ti'rlng of yellow Journals scattered all
'III more imposing political figure than lh« from New York to San Fran-
ever before In his hiatory. « l co became "peeved" when (iover-
Ancntlon should especially be called Iu,r Haskell brought a Itiuu.uoo libel
""<-incnt of A. t\ Cruce ami uit against him aud Hearst Joined the
I II Stuart as to the precise grounds federal authorities in ihe now famous
Upon Which the action was dismissed. | hunt." Hearat sleuths were sent
Injury to the republican of the
.late which «aa ohlu.M to «=n,t. <>
the prvaldeut'. action
The dlamlaaal of the cae,. t^rp.
fore, la no surprise to tic pniple
has had many great and ."bought uic^' w., Tn-thli^ tTtbel
.aid t'ol. riarcnce II. but poWOo^ and a klid^ Uu"
Hot and the grafter Is supreme. It
begins to lift from the state the bus
t*. ton that is abroad In the land that
no title no Inreetment and no money-
is sate here it la the beginning of
the end of federal meddling with town
lot and allotment titles.
And again. It will end dictation from
Washington of the policy of the re-
publican party In the state. In the
future Republicans of Oklahoma
stead of republican pie-eaters of
federal pay roll will control the party
in this state.
' plete vindication of the
* uui i>oiu w s ami
DouRlaa lut night to a representative lha( alwaya doea a pari, endorsing It
la . of l'.r . 'a ",yIkmm l «uch more harm thaagx^d*
edge of thla great and good town. i„ , ..
never waa there u better one in the 0 -luskngee. where the cltltens
lust ten years than yesterday, Septctn < lrK™ among the oldest «nd best
ber 211, 1910, when more than 2,000 iT"'8' '''' dlamtsaal of these cases
men aud women, headed by Mayor v-' received with genuine pleasure.
MoGarr, I'reaideni Spiiulding of ihe1 ° ,h' m'n "-imed la a crlm-
Muskogee Commercial club and the ' . ,<>vr> n'*" w,'uld be n<gai-ded as
Commercial club band, lined up at the I' desirable citlten In any city; and It
Katy station and gave a spontaneous gratifying to know that this
ovation to our fellow cltliens Messrs "" anJ 111 "med i*rsecutlon Is at
"VINDICATION," SAYS MACK.
Huffalo, N. v.. Sept. :> Chairman
Norman K. Mack, of the Democratic
national Toininlttee, was elated when
told of the killing of the Haskell pros
edition at McAlester. "There was
never anything to the charges In the
| first place," said Mr. Mack. I heard
'aters of the I somethlng about the matter and the
. I evidence. Haskell, personally, never
had anything to do with Creek lots,
For twenty years Oklahoma has been 1 '''S Turner, Ealon und Eng-
Ihe dumping grounds of Washington interested In a development
Ml.ics „ wn# regarded as a pTace! HaakeH^w-ss T" ,n ^
where undesirable material could be I. coming to the front
burled and whatever other misdeeds1 m""8," a ""llo|i«l figure In 1908.
the government saw fit to ronsunv■ , wrote the famoua philllpplc,
mate could be safely transacted. i a f"ur "usher.' it evidently
41 , D"u, were sent
to Michigan. Ohio, aud to Oklahoma
to look up Haskell's record and bitter
enemies of the governor were enlisted
to lend their assistance In the royal
s|>ort ut ruining the governor of Okla-
homa both financially and politically.
governor haskell freed
After one of the longest political
persecutions In the history of Okla-
bonia (.uyemor Haskell on Thursday
walked ou, „f ,he federa, (.our( ^
ester u free man. The indict-
ments against the governor, Walter
hatou and W. T. Hutchlngs were dls
missed upon motion of the govern-
ment attorneys. Not upon the grounds
Of statute of limitations but because
the government could not prove that
overt acta of conspiracy had been
the vindication of governor
transacted. hi«h t i i c"ur"")'
Oklahoma has risen. She has shaken v" un>' he turned
nyer agents of the department of jus
A. (\ CHUCK,
Attorneys for defendant.
FAIR PLAY IN ACT
ovation to our fellow cltltens. Messrs.
A. Z. Kngllsh. Clarence W. Turner.
Captain F. B. Severs. \V. R. Katon
had not been for the funds'^cheerfully i
donated by the people of Oklahoma re " U T ,lutrh,nK . on their return
gardless of party, including the very "°m N1, - here, w ith Coventor
best class of citlsenshlp. he never' ,,a8ke,,• ,he> had N eti completely ex-
onerated in the somewhat celebrated
Dr. I<eo Itennett of Muskogee, made
the following statement In regards the
town lot cases at McAlester
best class of citlsenshlp. he nev
could have met the enormous ex
pense necessary to secure Justice in
"When It Is remembered that In the
last six weeks the four great cities of
Oklahoma, namely. Tulsa. Muskogee
Oklahoma City and McAlester, have
"Oklahoma cltliens, regardless of po 1 h,ll,loma t Ity and McAlester, have.
Iltlcal affiliation, are elated In know! tlmn,Rh their commercial bodies, in
edge that c\ en federal courts in Okla Vl,ed ,h® governor to —• ' • •
h nr# proof acalnst prealdentlal
and t>ther Improper Interference with
Judiciary and feel that exact justice
bet wri'ii man and man It firmly estab-1 — >«■ * my
llshed iu our commonwealth by meri °f' 2. .000. it will be readily seen ho\>
torlous dismissal or cases against great govemor is regarded
Clarence W. Turner, Charles N. Has af ,lome 118 a neighbor, a citlien. and a
kell and others in United States courth y and 8tRtc
Muskogee welcomes them home,
glad to know that the U. s. court has
exonerated them but not without the
assurance that her best citizens had
already adjuded them innocent of any
*rong against the government.
off the shackles. The power of pre,I-! ,, -- .—
dents, e* presidents, attorneys general1.1, . , . ""'nettling on Haskell
and department* of the Interior have woul<1 The nearest thing
not been able to single out and convict the ^'"sl[0Sp« business.
' '" 1 lh«' w' s played bard. The result is
' omplete vindication of the governor
END OF HASKELL PERSECUTION.
The cases against (lovernor Has-
kell have been dismissed at the re-
town lot cass.
English's Good Work.
"I remember," said Col. I>ouglas.
"when we were trying to get the sec
ond railroad tor Muskogee and were hllv- . — « «
$10,000 short of the required amount' ZL Z * ^ ^
of bonds asked, that A. Z English*ln Anion attorney for the prose-
a public meeting bridged the gap and ' T," n,„ . ,
l.ne iiig Stick found one man it
cars court pro-
Honorable A Z. Engliah. the iio" I w °VPr *JI00'0"1'' ,h? famous town
000cltl en of Muskogee 1 ! cases against Haskell and others
Turner a Booster , IdisCQn,lm,0«l an<l >''e de-
Ht ..... „ , . , tendants released from any further
I remember when we wanted our nmseeutlon runner
third railroad that the subscription Covprnnr
- —* ... ft t lovernor Haskell comes out of this
innocent citizens marked for slaught
for political purposes.
The charge that town lot titles and
allotments were secured by fraud and
would not stand, has been refuted.
The charge that the chief executive
, . .... . w. governor
<>t Oklahoma whose sterling qualities
f mind and heart have made him
strong with the people. When tho
best attorneys of the government, aid-
d and prodded and abetted by Hoose
m he midst of the rejoicing over
his victory in ,he New York sta"
convention yesterday Mr. Roosevelt
must have felt a distinct sense of dis
appointment when he read the dis-
patch from McAlester telling of the
dismissal of the so-called town lot
f! aud cases against Governor Haske.l
of the „7' ,7' ,r°m lhB beginning
end tho e«i" fiaB,l> 10 ils
end the entire motive behind the
prosecution has been the satisfaction
veh ''ersona'Bffdge which Mr. Hoose-
>elt bears Haskell and in which lie
«"eHdeearsrdabeUOllb)' "ht U"s"""k-
of this state, and five of its beat citl fl, a"d "bptted by Ho.
zens, were corrupt conspirators has i J'e Was 1'r''sklf,,'t und since
been hurled Into the teeth of the politi iiH!a n™"! Afri<a' f"u 10 'hang
cal charltans making It Haskell, the triumph Is Indeed
And Olkahoma has emerged from """ Oklullo" l "houid reel
this great libel upon its people and its!
commercial development with a vieor
born of fighting strength: with a spirit CONGRATULATORY TELEGRAMS,
i hat never weakens-and a conscious McAlester, Okla., Sept. 29.—Since 1
ness of its own competence not hltli- o c'oc^ today hundreds of telegrams
erto known. The only lamentable ',ave ^een pouring in on Governor llas-
tnnn ......... IV .. . kell. MpHRHPPB U'ol'i. ••<><...i .... 1
at McAlester Thursday."
LIKED IT AT MUSKOGEE. ,,f Clarence W. Turner made that bitter m"raon'>Tf^i ,™1"™ "lu ot !"18
MUlKoctr atui, railroad a , M and , T •'ron*"r
BIG DEMONSTHATION Tl" fo"ow,I,« account of the Muako I ber alao that It waa owing to the gen th(, br ive' fill'ner'i ^' i "ff*11
■ 10 DEMONSTHATION gee demons, rat Ion Is takcu from the «'f>.ll <X Clarence Turner that 1 was frle. dT lie been "''i'",,
WhV'Hrchl^nc0,wn^raeCr """k r,',;uh",'"n ""•"•r. but a fair"."',' m. ne, meet m> first months ^y th"t fM.^Mde ,R|r#"f>'""! to 1,0,6
A ir i-n.ti.i « ■ ^ . makes It all the stronger roll: an.l I am not putting it too ,h', 'h" <°<irt decision cam* through
"■ rni"n"*,h""«rT*n™en',,,on,ey',hrew •"
were at the station when the train was a faihin-onlv in'.ofnr " v"t- Chlri " .n,"r"*d" T1"'t these attorneys left no effort
the'afr ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ -be shadow ! Sa, ^0*^^ T *TT ^
pernor Haskell did no, come ,0 ^^'n \hV «d ly ZZFS™ '"t of
celebration was gi.cn in his bon. • gi<e„ to the welcome I remember that « I Hut. h cure has been brought to bear
•; •: ... ....
demonsi ration tonight waa laxelv at- .. 0v,'h ' ^ * "rried . sr.. . «.v .... •: :• ! mi
matter Cf public loan spin: : ., ^ afii™ of tuf, T ,0 *,,"d 10 <* 1 ,onnfr •" >*! :
lleved here that the dismissal o! thear "There'll be a Hot T - - • - r. ■. . -
oases bring* ,o ,n end federal inter- Wrh , mr : ar resumed I- m a ....
fei*nce in ikla state, and f. ; • -..A | h, - w • T '' ' ' : S i'"s
towards establishing stable condri.ins To.,, To-'ch- «d JleT <?*!*'■*** - Urg.
and confidence in the , stale an.,ng p . cheer ~ ,'heTl n\d ' T L" "t *"f V
people of other states ;> • %,..•> ,* . - ? l '■ way erforj. Jin. Huekletx r:
M. Rutherford made a speech be- the platfvm tan "'^rins ',r UP Haskell snd Judge Bagg
1 •' Ida,form Tell mell. tearing its loyal friends, I could not
fact Is that Innocent men were forced
to suffer as they must have during the
ordeal. Oklahoma, the new state
emerged from this slough of political
trickery greater and better than over
before, and In the future the outside
world will lie less ready to bellev
the libels heaped upon It by It
keil. Messages were received from 26
governors, 21 senators and 32 con-
"It was all Roosevelt's political per-
secution," wires Champ Clark.
Bryan wired: "Congratulation-■
THE HASKELL VICTORY.
It Is difficult to express fully the
significance and importance of the de
elslori of the federal court at Me
Alester yesterday, which ended the
long drawn persecution of Governor
In the attempt to break the governor
down politically and ruin his reputa-
tion and character something like i
balf million dollars of the people"
money has been squandered. High
priced special prosecuting officers
were employed for months and
"■onths. All „f ,he energle8 8()f
rLSerV'Ce Were devoted to search-
ing the country for evidence. Not a
nook or u cranny was left unexplored
homesT,8 rWCrB drUKKt'" fro,n 'eir
homes In far away Maine and New
Hampshire and brought to Oklahoma
selves wer 1,8 "'OUKh ,hey
selves were accused of some henlous
crime. Grand Juries were empanelled
and petit Juries summoned. A judge
was sen, all the way from Utah en
tailing loss of time and money.
And what did it all amount to'
I S,mP|5r 'bat Mr. Roosevelt, then pres.
a .1™ ,ue ^t«d..S,at?".d«o™ined
fore the crowd, tsking a bo, sbo, a, way. the ,-rowd ran ,
nsytng: " All of the political of the Pullman car in * hlrh^^^^
power of sn ev president in or . . ,• . .. " a be
oOice, with all of ,he • • i.: J - e t™l.r"
command ^- uld not faster. . jon these dn^ ned te.^es:h :he •
wtos'tbl1" °f that rosred oi cr the 1 , , s , f The -e ^
a*ain* the Rovernment and the pci pie
erument representative* thcmselws ^ Z KnclKfc r w „
cather evidence that would convince
a ;ury of the defendant's guilt.
Money has been spent with a prodi-
gal hsnd and many a fat fee has
been paid in this vindictive effort.
Roosevelt and Hearst, with aJl the
influence and power that political
prominence and unlimited wealth
coulu p:vt=. ha\e for two years been
work.ne overime to convict Haskell
snd remove him from the public eye.
Every republican newspaper in OkJa-
fcoma and in the whole country has
cor.'h. red ^column after column of the
er;dence against the governor of
the new sIate of Oklahoma p.nd
Knew you were innocent
needs your services.
Governor folk wired "It was all ; - <" ">w united States determine
trumped up. Missouri Democracy con ° use "" of the power of his grea o,
gratu.a.es you." ce io^ work his revenge on "Haskell
" *, ,he Present administration
New 1-brk. Sept. 29.—When Roose f, """ nto "flice " inherited these ma-
velt was shown a message telling of u." !ir"a«'utlons and had to make a
the dismissal of Governor Haskell, he J °*}ng of Bolng through with them
emarked sententiously: "Well, We ,, !,e credlt 01 "ie present head of
k,>P! ' „"ery busy for two years !,'! °' Justice and lo the
This case, famous over the entire an>how- President be It said right here that
country, is one of the most striking ex — ? 8t yoar there has been an
amples In our history of persecution McAlester, Okla., Sept. 29—A rem, of the si"Kular ferocity with
for political reasons. No one who has 'ar levee was tendered tlie Haskell ,hl ,l hargeB were pushed durine
any information concerning the clr Party here this afternoon. When the „,n i ,S?Ve" reglme- The Taft ad-
cumstunces has any question in his Party leaves for Oklahoma City to-1 deUhlT, , ha" r""tluc,e(i the cases
mind ,ha, If C. N. Haskell had noi nlebt. delegations will meet them at suit iho^if " carefully with the re-
been so bold in his attacks on Roose- the train at all principal towns , " L Whole hoU8<' of cards falls
T • if llP had been less spedacular 1 ,he, «round d T. R. and the other
in his rise into national prominence "MALICE." SAYS FRANCIS i.'.'In" rators "re ''aught In the brush
and less threatening a. a political pos- St. Louis. Mo.. Sept. 9.-Sueakin«
slbillty. he would never have been a of ,he dismissal of the Haskell cases 1 .uj.h® .end of ,he farce demonstrates
. - • . , "a>l ueen 8 1 lI1^ uls''i ssai or the Haskeu cases , — ut-inonsir
wh" ^,i',?„„t,hr_^!!•..Ro0•eve,, U- R- > <•'•. former cabinet j lo'V WeverT"
hinking and from saying that Mus
kogee has had many good and grea-
days, but of all of them none '•irrt
better than mas yesterday.
Synonymous With Greatness.
English. Turner. Severs. Eaior
Haskell. Hutchings. names to conjure
*itl. :n gcxnl old Muskogee, '.hese ar®
names loved and respected here; tnrown im.
' o. uuusfvt'll, tuua.t, u. n
whose political forseight Is as great official, said: "It was not
or greater than that of any other man the cause of justice. It
in public life in America today, real tempt to blacken Haskell
ised iha* In the governor of Okla- spired by political malice
h°ma. with ,he j-ossibilitles for through by ,he influence of the former
achievement placed in his hands by president. " 'ormer
,he new conslitution, and with the
tremend. us forte and ambition al THE END OF THE CHAPtfb
ready developed, the republican party "Your honor, it «m he iniuossdii
• <-ul. as soon as Bryan had passed under the eridence w hich .. i ^ ot tne Haskell m.
off the stage. d_a ,ven formidable leced to prove a conscious panfeipa ^ by'it'T?88'" """> "ar Lnd "he
1 these defend Ia^ "* f" j""1 knowledge of
law. I„ the mjdsl of (he turmof|
, ..uu c > ti . luiunuauit
candidate for the presidency. Realira
8n at' so.rii'.t cnds Ilf Justice, for their per-
It was in , I aggrandliement there can bo
spired by political malice and carried ^""di ""re- " J"d^ «'ho
through hv th*> . . . stands as a bulwark agiinst th*
1^..."' '"f .""'"eli case and
I ,u " "* C tx cuilSClOUf
tion on the part of all tin
rit of fairness mil] appear in these
umns «Lich have been at all times
thrown oj«en to the viUifiers erf the
f > B , . . ■ .it.u uii ine part of all these defend- n, '1 """icts ana knowledge of
personal rancor w^^ % ™ ^TA
K pr, iaet- charaaeris-ics of ,bt fendant Tu^er^"wWch ZeVeVu ZTT* """"
.' . ' ' rodu ' i the determination to overt acts in effect (,, .h. „k. ? re«l '"lie and make r„, i..i f
. , . ^ . "1 a. • n ,1
have CO., tkb S^aaL:* ^ could'dVj^ ?fc"r ' 'gins, -he pn .* of -he r g-7
* ^ : ™ ' forth tsLrss zrszx ^ —
■RADV EXPLAINS thr^b"* M ci:: The spirit of _ . _
• _ . TOWN LOT CASES ,e,r>. ,icortoua' * * U9mT a«*dl—r to up aiwl app^t nr« L
Tate Brady, of Tul«. denocra,: «utharfor*', Grwt W.icom- ' names nony, s« nli aiattf Ctaater of Com^
aiai^c^u"?^Itteeman. and cba.rma:: ot All the*. n><: dra« - " T f - T 'hr >-*< -t^e ,o re.. • .
ataie capltol core mission, discuss.r.s ,ha, brough, , ear. , oil- draw on ,hls c..y ,o . s fu.lesT e\;en; resider,-* ih—e i- lose <f v.
Jbe l-nlted S,„es « rt acion " ,he cmwd 25 ' T T ^ H
J-- — v. had ,b,a to tbel^man^e^f^ J.
tor>. for more than twenty vears. a coons* • - • ► < ^ to MotKmi Rurherford. r 7^.^ v ^ . ,
-s-.e.s. out in a mat "v
Tulsa Democrat!6*' Kri""i8,and P|a> -
^ - wuicn were ihe onlv , ",oc« i< ODscure
pre ... -d the determination ,o overt acts in effectinc the ohi . . 1 iES,u' and make up for lack of <
before 1, became dan ^^nspiracy wi.hln the statutory
= KH=f£ r- «=r=r
,. >-•* • ■*■««« have come ,o "''Al-ter la", wwk tw C°U"
— of 'he the public if Hasl-ell h-.H k proceed in.- outrageous
^— - v'v ^ bwn <* ^
■ ' In which , u waa the form
Tx umu,ir mi,h ,h- ^ an i
the celebrated ludUa To.rlot h d flashed aaav Al .<• f
b*tlrr " • ' the crowd . ..r.oed a5^n '•-V
. i***' Tl"S* ^ tbineer. had led the*e ma at , -
tfcartow^. 1 at Uaa( bar. b n i« a Hi. band, were
position to know the facts * , „ J ^ 411 *
-When the l-nited States towasite he in ^ w'f'
commissioners came to Tulsa every Jelpms moh ^
doctor, lawyer, merchant, preachc t , .. -
clerk or oUier cit.sen «cbeduied his a bacxase' tjck «t>-!d
bls ta>««' a>d hla learning. fe.r)«s s-ralgirforward way «d ga,
ly bearded the Hoc la k.f den :,mon. the -rue wor-\ ,v
-. '.-.-ni a relucas- pros, , .. ... . . , £ ^ J
« ns • Uated are aga r for a M ( ... .f
P« ,he stamp of honesty ar ; ev aera- en« B DouglaJ^edP« «f
01 "W" °*r"nW Phoesitt an; me of Oe mnm pn^
E^onany the PboenU bad the fob l«t hu'^ hiTTn^
o tbe movement, and csisting aside
partisanah'p ' *r Truth and fairness
"TOte of C. X. Haskell the truth and
g*ve to him his Just due
The effe-t upon the poliUcal sky- - blud«w,„ k N' "aakell. The
- ...~l o,^-rgsragf
It is witfc some '-onsiderable degree
sansfac-.jor. now thar tbose who
have be:jer«! itl HaskeC and hare 6*-
fende-d him wrbenercr and wherever
•ssible can say to his de*rsaftr r
knowledge 01 these (oreramenf offl lifted up Sd'then^krubi m *v* Tbe gocemmeni bj its own motior
<-eri In Ihe names of iheir kin folk and * , .1 , speech, yesterday asked ,0 have al: the k-
resides 1, JZZ, ^ ^ ^ ^
yyr- *,lh ° « « though, of « . be did mx ' ■QOTOTOr c -v ""kell W
Mituac a crtme (ban breathing ,he and for tha, mi,.M„u ^ ? Il How- R Baton. C. W
very air Ore ot ,he fir., caj? ,h„ c«wi ^ *x£. i,d ,T"Wr 34 A * ■«<
came before ,he Tulaa commission ..as ' "".emcm. Ush dismissed.
that of the Kea Head Mill of Tulsa Terwli f ^ *sas cfcarced that the par*jes *'7*be T r - ■ *
wh.w *aterplant, mil, and eleTaJS ~ ' ver-.e^ s- V'.V. ^
property covered some five acres la Iocs hL'falt^ * P°Utk*1 ^ «M*rtiig m-o'a deal where:-. cer He's a algi-i* ro^^oreraor atrf
sll. Kepresentatlves of the mill *en, The att«n.n' hr the . lo" m :bf <™ « Moako- b< . the • c- . ,v
before the towns!,e commission and the l <•' , . • " 'Js^a *** **'* *^ red at less than their powers of TVai.- - - ar - .
asked 'if you are goln, ,0 n:,- ,h.t of O^TT n^« ^ ^ fnb— m
only one reaklence lo, and one bus, has heer. admitted bv the ,,v.™ n*me« of parchaaera. etc, no, re,: Te, and be -
new lo, can be held by one peiwor. or ,0 b. , failure « • >vwn««n: d*.,a o< Muakoree fader the art Onr Cover**-MMB. Exam
-ce ,o bene, tha, they w^d deed.ni^ S
line *'iU undoubvedl
L"T' ,WO Down 81 -McAleate'rThi. week an
. ( , 'ie *OT' was made by ,he a,ton,eva e
. Wflr 1b all atteMpta to gain more pioved bv Um mnn .• ■
•'.&• ' :• • .1/./;' • .n-eoi I" Oklahoma'a Favor,te San
dnced by the governor'of ,be state prosecution if, s e*' "" Br"""llM r,,r 'be Uqotttkl of i;,„,.n ._■
belli uder IndlfiiaiMi bv the federal ni-. - onr day's proceed* | the town lot cases I> w .iskell
governaer*_ Without ,'he po!f-!2 21 Z77* "i""" """ '"*« < «Th" man 7T
to carry h*s been removed and there i§
little doubt that his importance in
tbe field of national politics will be
STARTED BY ROOSEVELT.
greatly increaaed. He Is by all r.le, stared hr ,h °aSes weu mlght >'me a non?? fear he
,1* nrr-e -ie natural opiKoest of vep'durine th \ " Pnt,aeat Roose people, a conanira^L °' of
Tfc~.d- r- R . isevelt. and ;he oaly man -.airn J"' pre,ident*al cam- ruin him Kn e hnM */* halche<1 10
- H' -be democrats who has the M>°^* Cover- lars onhe lhoU"nd d°l-
so. to ' 8
itnrtng -he democrat, who ha, the nor ^ f°"°Wln,! Cover
penor of Roosevelt, and be has even-
Incentive to oonies, with him hi, pre,
en: huge assumption to be the leader
of the democratic forces of America
Hlli S—I.U Stander. throuch ih. 'j , " *',11 comes
Haskell , remark evidently riled ,he -r ,1 whh « W"h color" "'ing.
,or Ml at f^tion, of ,h """ h°'d U|wn >< *<■
he machinery of ,he department of hTi L he Peo"lt' 'han he ever
^-^e,'" ' ori,^„rair,:k,;,,fia °kiahomaa
iuadce and the iaiertor l"fI^ calle? "Pon ,0 represemTer^in
• " '«- 're8ent
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