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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 20, 1911.
IN A GREAT VARIETY OF ALL THE LATE FASHIONS
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Dark Room Supplies and
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I'ltoi'nn Ain-noAniKB Hni.r.crr.n and (iiiadcm i-stah-
I.IBIII'.I) TIKHtOUOII PO.WSTItlH'TION.
P. M. POND,
THAT KANSAS TAR PARTY WAS
AHENDEDBYMANY FIRST CITIZENS
Testimony In Court Shows
Ridiculous Side of
HOW WOMAN WAS LURED
Leading Citizen Presided at
Ceiemony With Gunny Sack
Over His Head Pom ed
LINCOLN CKNTKIt, Kim, Nov. 21
If n linlf dozen iir moio of Hip iikihI
inoiiiliiunt cltlzi'im uf Shinty llunil ?o
to prison Tor tin ring Misa Mary
Cliiimlii-il.iln, tho ymiUK hcIiimiI teach.
I pi, thu vvlven, BlstiTK iiml Btti'i'thi'iirta
of llifxt- iiihii iiuiKt immune the limine.
While it Ih gum-rally known Unit the
plot to drive Mini) Chiiinlivrlnlii out
of Slmdy llenil una tuiiri'Ui'd liy n
number of women of thin vlllune, mid
this litis been lilntod at In the eil
ilence, the ilefenilimtH lire making ilet-
lieinle efforts to Keep thu mimes of
thu women plotters out of thu trial.
IM. Ilkonl, lll.iBo barber and thu
ilftoy, who led Minn Chiinibertalii to
the "tar party," resumed the stand
)'ruiiil(il (o (ii't i:cn.
Illcoul told or meeting Sliorlll
Clark, iinu of the defendants, on (ho
Himtliiy follow Ins thu attack.
"What do ou think they will do tn
mo?" ltlioul testlllrd hu asked Clark.
"If they send ou to thu peniten
tiary," the witness alleged Clark said,
"Mary will K, too, as 1 hae evldeme
which will convict hei "
Attorney J. J. MtCurdy, of tho de
fense, took Hlcord for oiuss-exiiiiiliiu-tlon,
unit the witness uk.iIii told of
Chester Anderson proposing to hlui
that ho taku Miss Chamberlain driv
ing, and detailed a plan they dlicussed
for ltlioul anil tho hcIiooI teacher to
be found together by the "tar party."
An attempt of the defense to (iies
tlou Hlcord regarding Ills previous ac
quaintance with Miss Chauibcrlnln
was stopped by an objection by the
"Has nii)ouo told ou that If jlnl
tistltled you had Improper relations
with Miss Chamberlain on would be
sent to prison!" Attorney MiCuuly
Hlcord wiis averse to answering
and asked tho court If a reply was
roiupulsoiy. Hu was told that It was.
Hears Slerj Calinl).
The young victim listened calmly
jesterday while Charles Anderson, n
laborer, I elated tho Btory of how ten
men, Including himself, diagged Miss
Chambetlulii from u buggy and poured
warm tar on her linked body.
Ho told of how thu tun lug
was planned and of tho
musks various men wore. An
del sun H.ilil lie ai ranged with IMvvnnl
Hh onl, u Imrber, to taku tho girl for
u buggy rldu so that hIiu might be
(.iptureil by tho men anil of going
liutk to Clark's mill to notify the
Itlcord took the witness stand Just
befnro lourt adjourned for tho d ly
and corioboiutcd Anderson's story of
how Miss Cliamherl.iln was decojed
by him and of how they weiu held up
nuil thu girl was tin red.
I'miI To) I'Mnls.
Tho night of the tarring. Anderson
and Delbert Klndelsp.irger dimo to
tho sceiiu In u buggy while othei men
went on niotortyclis. When lie got
to thu set uu of the t.irring, Anderson
said he was foued to laugh, for there
stood i:entt Clink, a wealthy miller
of Hovoily, his head conned with a
Kiiiinysnik, UiiomkIi whkli holes for
lias ees mid mouth hail bien poked
! his iihlu was J.iv I'ltzw ater, his
head covcied with u mill bag
When MIsh Chaiiibeilalu mid Hliord
cmiiu along. Anderson B.ild that hu
and KlndelBpuiBei stepped out Into
tho load and pointed toy pistols at
them mid halted thu pair Two other
men, wearing masks, took the school
teacher out of the huggv und Itlrord
got out and hid. Another man held
tho t.ir can.
Smeared (In Her Miuli.
Anderson said two of the men were
Kvetett Clark and Fitwater The
third otio lin did not know lie said
tar was smeated on Miss Chamber
lain's legs as near as lie rould tell
from a distance. After the tar Iiml
been rubbed on, Miss Ch.iuiherl.ilu
was helped Into her clothes. Willi
tar dripping from her, she got Into
the buggy and drove niv.t) with ltlc
tnl. Alfa l.lndcrmutli, one of Anderson s
(ompimlons, corroborated the lestl
noiiy. He said ho took no part In
the tarring, ineirly hiding hililud -i
fence to "see the run."
A huge crowd filled Judge drover's
court loom almost,. to .suffocation.
Tlie Judgo told tho deputies to h
careful that no Illinois were admit
Tho throe men on trial nro Sher-
rlll Clark, brother of R. CI. Clark, the
miller, who pleaded guilty, and John
Schmidt nml A. X. Slmnis, farmers.
Andelsou testified that tliny were not
members of thu baud who uUuillv
'spread llio t.ir," as Ihey ennio to the
lendezvous on foot nml vvero un.ihle
to keep up with thu others who lode
Coitut Attorney MrCnndless m.iile
ilio oienlug statement for tho piove
outlon. Ho told huw tho plot uiih
iiild In Sh.nly lleinl, Aug. T; how '.i
ward Hlcord, the Ilcverl) barber, wn
I'lied to take Miss Chunibeiliilii out
In a biigg) on (hu prctenso of es oil
ing her to a country ihinee, mid then
lo deliver hei over to the men vvllli
the tar, hidden behind the fence lie
told how Chester Anderson anil Del
belt Kludelsp.iiger luiil pluvrd Hie
lilghwiouieii on the hiirher and Hie
"They held up their buggy nt Hie
point of pistols." McCandless derl.tr
id. "They took tho jouug womaii
from tho buggy and thicw her to tho
t'louml. They toio off her clothes
nml wlille one ponied, aiiotliur iiibhed
thu tar on her naked body, All of
the men wore masks."
Willie tho thrto defendants Iiml not
been at thu nrtii.il "tarring," McCau
less said, li their own hoist (herein
hey wero iilnciit liec.iuso they were
viiahle lo ki paco with tlio inotor
cjcles, Tlii'j weiu cipiall) to hi. line
'vlth thu othcis, hu said.
Anderson, u lahoier, of Ilcverl)
who with Klnilelsp.iiger was sentenc
ed In a Justice court shortly after tho
"tarring" to lit) da)s In Jail foi a p.ut
In It, was thu first witness called, lie
Is aw ailing hearing on his appeal
troni sentence. He (old how- ho had
been mi Intermediary between Hliord
and thu Chirks. Ho said ho was 21
)cuiB old and unni.iiileil.
"Wero )ou mixed up In this nffali?''
asked Attoine) McC.inless.
'Tell about It."
Ed. Rlcord Came.
"I went lo Shady Henil on Aug. 7
with a lo.nl of coin for IJvcictl
Clink, I sold It to tho men nt the
mill mid one of them, I ilon'i lemeni-
I or whether It was Rveiult or Hliei
rill Clark or Mr Klinius, iike,l mo
If I would lake Mary Chamberlain
out that iiIkIiI, that thev wanted to
tat her. I said no. When I got h itk
lo Iloveil) I saw IM Hlcord sltllw:
'n flout of the barber shop 1 lold
hlui about tho scheme to got Man
"'I'm game,' he said, 'I'll take her
"Then I went link to Shady llenil
ami lold the Clarks Hint Illronl woiiM
get the gill for them Some of tho
ho) s In town heard of II. Wo gath
oiod at darks' mill Wo decided lo
worn masks mid 1 und Delbert Kin-
dclsp'irger weiu selected to hold thai
' ll,,,,.,V (I,. I
"Wo bud Hie tar nail) Illcoul'
.lumped out of the buggv ami lib! j
Vhen wo som'il mid tailed the girl1
"Woro mi) of these ilcfi ml int
"No. They and John llime had not
rcaclieil Hieie ct We iiinn on mo
Andelsou paid hu worn n mask made
of a hiiinlkeii hlef He mid Delhett
Kluilelspuiger went lo the loiidonnui
In a bugg) nml Iho otheis took motor
i')(les Ho k.i ii the) got out or Hie
bugg) and slum! behind Hie hedge
with Allied l.lndciuiuHi, who wus ul
e.ulv (hero with several othi r uu u
"Did )ou leeognlu mi) of lliu nib'
"Yen. Rverelt Clark and l.iv I'll
vater" "Wliat did they bnvo on''
"lav had n hag out his bead nml
Mr. CI irk a gunm sack on liii "
Escort Deserts Girl.
Whllo they walled silently, Ander
son said n lniegv c.inie up lliu io.ul,
It was Hlcoul with Miss Chamber
lain. "Delheit and I stinted out fiom be
hind Iho hedge then," ho said, "hold
ing iovoIvims Two other men, wear
ing masks, then e.ime out und look
Mai) out-of the buggy after Hlcord
had Jumped out mid hid. Anotliir
man got tho tan of tm."
"Who weiu those thiee men?"
Rverott Clink mid .I.i) I'llrwator,
mid 1 don't know who Iho other was"
'Wh'it did (liev do?'
'Thev took Mar) nut behind (ho
Iiiirkv beside iho imil. Tlie third
man hiought tho tar from Hie hugg)
mid they begun putting It on hei
'I hen lliev helped her up"
' l)h Miss Chamberlain mi) any
thing ader the) took her fiom the
"She sild 'Oh oh IM""
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