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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS.
Member of Audit
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tctl Wire Report
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GEORGIA EXECUTIVE SAVES
LEO FRANK FROM SCAFFOLD;
PRISON FOR LIFE PENALTY
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IN NOTED ATLANTA TRAGEDY
Leo Frank. Governor John M. Slmton
Iseven perish at
Mnrh Vte and Trearheru I ndrr-j
ol tlantie t It j Urine Sor
row l)i rr I olonj.
A'::r.'i.- C:-r. N J. June 21 Re-
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fx-aO la an sc4-tj:l:- rvnl'.tion affr i-oiue to the sta:e department they had -We went back then and when he
! ..' t ;-.r-! ar 1 ct!.-r bafi-.rr h i !! ' b.-.-n laid before th London foreign agr.!n emerged from the darkness in
t"l : -.'."' ?:'' to a- th'ir !: o. but that t!-.e next note would ,,,at rart of tht, corrj,ior he had Mrs.
n'-'-lr t;an a !.-oned when "Cain deal with the subjects get.erai!y. : AI!, n-s ,j0e He took the dog into the
. ' :-. ::a. k ner. api-J fitu-. - s-tate il j.artment today i: was yard nnd when I looked through a win
S4 t'i'-v mere aK.ut to f.o (.Jficia! ir.:orn..it;.in was a: ,ioa- i observed that he was gazing up
. i ..- a! . r- at M.4: :t pi arnue ar. i ! a-1 n t.': C, rniitn iharse that the .at Mrs. Allen's window."
j .. . ! f :rriTi.:i t.-.roan ia'.o the mbmarinc C-2'J w as rammed atid sunk p- J. p. Benson and Pr. Haldan E.
by a Pr;:.-!i steamer f!ir.g the soiors A"l.-r..inson were other witnesses who
': : a-! ar ! ' !jri"n Ith-xis ,f ' !'' The Uritish admiralty has . were attracted to Mrs. Allen's room by
f4!:..r I a r'-i-T.! a! !- h o-l , denied it. I: rl::i Mkvs the ! that : the smell of smoke. They testified in
. .:.. J.-t.i. t.'i4 r.. I'a : Jnl.o l.!e. the I3i : dent has a bearing in tho nego- j effect that they found her with her
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j, ,.f Jiar. 'an a. droanej while
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; , in !(-. f!::o river here
r.n t.i-.'vx.e. !f Tilda FK-lton. a
'',!j.. ,.f a f-w na. v a:i drowned in
b.-i;,,.. frrtra, f her hunband.
GARMI BRIBGE IS
i RAZED BY STORM i
imelllnc and Crr Soffer la
llraj Mind nerpiac liter
1,1 ' Jul' -I- Th Wind
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! t arro'.itoo. Ill . June 21. HalUtonea night. Tuesday probably fair.
:r:(hiiii eiefct oucca fell during al Temperature at 7 a. m. 4. Highest
'ttura hrr ClSht. KortT bead of'veaterdav 71. lowest last eight. 60.
lle'och on farm near here were
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lorkea of raio. accompanied by a hih)7
f-I h-re laat nUtht. tvral j
hou' r panir wrtK-aei
Kaca t y. mo. June :i. wnile
the Kar.as rivr riin iwiit me
toeal eat her bureau took a hnpeful
fool situation. I nle
heavy rams, the ob-
of ser'.om damage
Ksra nrr tare
and Mary Fhagan.
(NEW NOTE TO
nR 4Fh fj W I D I
mi i yesieraay uuorauig. uiu not r&uit iu
definitely fixing guilt, but it did noth-
ing to divert the finger of suspicion
i from "Chicken Joe" Campbell, a Chi-Oayci-toflo
nf Vmhfifln R-iir) caeo murderer detailed as a house
4 ttOlCkCIlV Ui lluluwuuwuiM
to Complicate the Issue
I f. Jur.o 21. N
t- lirrat Iiritam on
iuiufo of the American f..ig by Eng -
i l:sh jteamers rrotjubiy iil be made
in r.em- r.i nn. u s o.ik yie-
rare 5 to deal farther uith interrup
. t'.nn to r.eutral commerce. It
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cinii'TTaT ir.at ns in'iiv:a -
uaj complaints of such instances had
t.a'.or.s w;;.j ir.o i n:. i-ia.cs oer,neau crusnen ami m; nouy imiiiv
American ::.. iais. while not aau.'.t-
tiv.c that ror.t. t.'.ion. are eaier to
I.-arr. Imw the t;-rn;an admiralty gotta demonstration among a do.-.en or
lt ii.Jiirn.ation. InaMnmh as every o:ie
on ih 1-2 was re;Mrtid lost.
: :!i lals feel. hovecr. that misuse
of neutral fiacs complicates the issue
i!h i;.-rmany. and the ne-.v note will
corta.n something on the subject. Sev-
rra! instances of the use of neut ral j uttered threats or lyncning t ampoell.
fass other than that of the l r.itedThe others followed his example and
?ttes have been bro'.iciit t the atten- ; a riot call was turned in but the in-
t,n of the state department. ('lent was over before many guards
Later the C.ernian claim respecting .had responded.
Mt.e I was reporter ny .Amuassanor j
t;, r.i.-il. His inessase. it was said.
contained no comment as in the pos
sible efV t on the n Rvitiauons withi
The ambassador has been unable to
K;Ve any indication of the probable
date of the renlv to the last American
note. Ctiofiicial reports indicate that
it may be sent some tune next week.
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HENRY oIXjGjJ-i trOLS
TO SERVE SENTENCE
! Geneseo. N. Y.
June 21. Henry
Siegel. former Ne York banker and
d. partment store owner, to-lay waned
stay of execution of the sentence pass -
i forp jj o'clock left by automobile
for Rochester to serve 10 months in
the Monroe county penitentiary.
Siecel was convicted of a misde
roeanor and sentenced to 10 months'
imprisonment and to pay a fine of
ll.nnft. unless he made restitution to j
lorecat Till J I'. M. Tomorrow, for
Kock Uland. Iaenprt, Molina
j Velocity of win! at 7 a. m. 3 miles
' per nour,
Relative humidity at 7 p. m. 9.: at
a. m. 9; at 1 p. m.
tatte of waler 7.4. a
m. today. 8
rise of .1 in last
J. it. SHEIUER. Local Forecaster.
Eveiilntr stars: Men-ury. F.iturn. Mar.
Mcrcin arara: Jupiter. c:. Six
I ri'.llant tsr In line due x-e.-'henst li"
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MURDERER'S FINGER PRINTS
LYNCH THREAT MADE
: Joliet. 111., June 21. A sensational
j demonstration against "Chicken Joe"
t ampoe u, tne negro trusty suspect
ed of slaying the wife of Warden Allen
of the state penitentiary here occurred
at the noon hour today.
Thirteen hundred convicts gathered
in the main dining hall rose to their
feet shouting threats against Carnp
tine hundred guards, using clubs
I rieht and left, were required to re
I store order.
"Lynch him! Lynch him! Let's tear
him apart!" were some of the impre
cations against t'ie man whose alleg
ed crime had. in their opinion, brought
the honor system into disrepute and
threatened its continuance.
Joliet. 111.. June 21. The first ses
sion of the coroner's inquest over the
bodv of Mrs. Kdmund M. Allen, wife of
I the warden of the penitentiary here.
1 servant for the warden.
i A blood-stained collar.
from a linen closet across the hall
from Mrs. Allen's bedroom, figured in
tii testimony. Campbell, who protest
ed with tears that Iip was innocent, ad-
mined in his cell that the collar was
, his, but said the blood ttain was due
1 to a slip of his razor.
James I.arkin. one of the keepers,
i testified that he saw Campbell dimly
in the corridor near Mrs. Allen's room.
: xh'.s was between a:ia and B:10 a. m.
"Campbell then came towards me
' an 'h11 we niet. he did an unusual I
, tiling, said toe witness. He h
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his hnnd and said: "'How do von and
' i stand?'
burned hy the flaming bed clothes.
Attempts to keep news of the crime
fn.in tae convicts failed, and there was;
n:ore of them at noon. It was quickly
The men were being led toward the
solitary confinement cells when one of
them, with a crowbar in his hands, is
; sai l to nave nrokon out or line ana
OF BLACK FREED
j Marshal!. Texas. June 21. Denial of
:a Ilu,,joll made by the state to dismiss
' 'he 'harse of raur,ier against f rank
-O'Leary, one of five Marshall men in-
1 ,li, torl connection with the killing
'here la.st wirier of William Black, an
, anti-Catholic lecturer, marked the op -
ening here today of the trial of!
O'l arv I ark of Kiiffiirenf eviilence to
; ronvi( t was urRefj by the prosecution
, as nf, fop (jismissa! whlch wa3
opposed by counsel for the defense.
who declared thej- desired to clear
I f rosecuior nan aiiuuuuctiii iuul uic
, 'state had no evidence to present and
! no witnesses, saying that he believed if
all the evidence presented to the grand
Jury in O'Leary's case were presented
) in court there would be no case against
I S. P. Johns, an attorney for O'Leary,
then requested the court to empanel a
Jury which should be instructed to re
turn a formal verdict of not guilty. The
Jury was ordered empanelled.
I.ater in the day the Jury acquitted
O'Leary on on instructed verdict.
O'Leary was rot called on to make a
! John Copeland. George Ryan,
George Tier and Harry Winn are the
other men indicted in connection with
the killing. The dates of their trials
have not been determined.
Cedar Rapids. Iowa. June 21. The
loth annual state golf tournament
opened here today with more than a
hundred players entered. Cities rep
resented are Des Moines. Ottumwa,
PaTenport. Dubuque. Waterloo, Ames.
Muscatine. Independence. Iowa City.
Harlan. Burlington, Keokuk and Os-
Wife of Joliet Warden Is
Burned After Attack by
HER HUSBAND ABSENT
Negro Campbell, Serving for
Chicago Killing, Home
Joliet. 111., June 21. A negro trusty,
a product of the "honor system"
among convicts at Joliet penitentiary,
was held under guard in solitary con
finement today pending investigation
of the murder of Mrs. Edmund E. Al
len, wife of the prison warden, whose
body, fearfully burned, was found on
a blazing bed in her apartments yes
terday. Joseph Campbell, convicted of kill
ing a negro in Chicago five years ago
ate sentence of from one year to life,
was the convict under guard. So far
as Is known. Campbell, chosen as Mrs.
-ineii personal servant, unaer ion
honor system, is the last person to
have seen Mrs. Allen alive. Camp
bell is one of the five trusted convicts
who had access to the warden's apart
ments. Officials believe Mrs. Allen was
burned to death as she lay uncon
scious on her bed, as her skull bad
oeeTt' fractured by a blow, which phy
sicians said had not caused her death.
Evidence already gathered indicated
that the slayer had sprinkled the bed-
ding and Mrs. Allen's night clothing
before touching a match to it. Pieces
of a Jug which had contained the
liquid were found scattered near the
bed. The jug had been taken from a
Kire Confined to Bed.
! The fire, which practically was con
fined to the bed in the spacious living
room of the warden's apartments, ap
parently had burned for several min
utes before it was discovered.
Warden Allen was in West Baden,
Ind.. when the murder was committed.
He was to be joined by Mrs. Allen to
day. Mrs. Allen, before her marriage five
years ago, was Miss Odette Mazie
Rordeaux, a comic opera favorite. She
was a member of the original "Merry
Widow" company. She took an active
part in the affairs of the prison and
her influence did much towards es
tablishing the honor system which
placed the penitentiary in the front
rank of modern prisons.
The inquest began at 10 o'clock.
Flags are at half-mast all over the
city. The murderer is said to have left
finger prints in the bedroom and aa
i expert is expected here from Chicago
to photograph and analyze them.
Eleven convicts, including Campbell,
are in solitary confinement in connec
tion with the crime.
Campbell Iesperai Criminal.
Chicago. 111.. June 21. Joseph Camp-
; be, wa8 characterized by the police
I nere to?jay as a desperate criminal.
; ia kmjng of Henry Stephens, a negro
; wno emDloved him. was declared by
! the D0iiCe to be most inexcusable. He
shot Stephens, according to the po-
w v. v, latt.r VioH tlir4fllpn4(t
! to di8charge him
j Rlchard' Burke, before whom
Campbell was tried, was preparing to
have Campbell paroled within a few
year3 if he had behaved himself in
JESSE IRWIN, WELL
KNOWN GAM, KILLED
Chicago, 111.. June 21. Jesse Irwin,
a gambler, well known to race track
followers throughout the country, waa
killed in an automobile accident here
today. Irwin was reputed to have won
and lost a fortune. He operated at all
tracks in the country. In the last two
years, however, he has been engaged
in the real estate business. He waa 37
MOTHER OF THAW IS
CONFIDENT OF TRIAL
New York. June 21. Mm. Mary Cop
ley Thaw, mother of Harry K. Thaw,
was here today ready to attend the
opening tomorrow of the hearing to de
termine whether Thaw is now sane anil
entitled to freedom. Mrs. Thaw ar
rived yesterday from Pittsburgh. She
expressed confidence that her son
would prove to Justice Hendrick and a
iiury, th&t he ia aace, .