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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING-, JULY 25, 1911.
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the man who had' to listen, because it
mount money to liiin.
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No wonder they can't make both ends
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are oxtraagant that they rent alizing what he was saying, in order
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Graham County Youth Who
Killed Tom Dallars
CLEMENCY OF EXECUTIVE
Acting Governor Young
Liberates Boy Who at the
Early Age of 17 was
Drawn into Quarrel End
ing in Homicide.
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Yielding to the influence of petitions
signed by nearly a hundred men in
Graham county, among them the most
representative citizen!, Acting Gover
nor George U. Young yesterday granted
a parole to William Traylor, a la-ycar-
old boy who killed Thomas Dallas near
Clifton and was sentenced October 0.
1909, to serve fourteen years in the
penitentiary, after conviction if mur
der in the second degree.
The petitions among other names
carry those of Wiley E. Jones, a will
known lawyer, J. J. Birdno, iditor of
the safford Guardian, M. J. Egan, coun
sel for the Arizona Copper Co., Lamar
Cobb, a member of the late constitu
tional convention, several of the trial
jurors, John It. Hampton, W. J. Rilij,
John 2d. Webster, John D. Williams, D.
II. Claridgc. and about seventy-five
other well known citizens of Graham
county. Tlie parole is granted on the.;
usual terms including a report to the
superintendent of the prison at stated
intervals during the next five years.
According to tne story related of the
incident which led to the killing it was
far from a cold blooded affair and
seems to have been brought about In
large degree by the man who was slain,
Tom Dallas, better known as "Shorty"
Dallas. It appears that the Arizona
Copper Co., in its personal property,
had a great many mules that fom time
to time strayed away and it had been
tho practice of the company tc pay a
reward of $10 to any person who would
return one of these recreant animals.
Traylor had returned a mule to the
company and received his $10. At the
same time lie apprised the company
that another of Its mules was lame, or
sick or something serious tlic matter
with it and a company official told
him to take the animal and care for it
and if he could cure it he could have It.
It appears that Dallas had some real
or imaginary claim on the sick mule
In any event he went to the Traylor
home and got it but it strayed away
from Dallas and went back to' Traylor's.
Dallas appeared at Traylor's place
later and the matter was further ills
cussed, though not with the boy, Wil
liam Traylor. When Dallas left ho
seemed to be in a friendly state of mind
ind the Traylors were not aware of any
animosity existing as the result of the
Traylor later went to the home of
Dallas, whom lie regarded as a friend,
to try and borrow a horse, riding his
own horse to the Dallas place and hitch
Ing it about sixty yards from the Dal
las home. Approaching Dallas acon
versation ensued which became acri
monious, and Dallas said he had a bill
of sale of the mule. Traylor asked him
to go In the house and get it and he
said he would, accompanying Ills action
with wordy abuse of the boy. His re
turn was with a gun in hand which he
exhibited saying that was his bill of
sale, whereupon, Traylor turned and
ran toward his horse where ho secured
a revolver he had on tne saddle.
Dallas pursued him and Traylor, ac
cording to the story, ran on beyond the
horse and up a hillside where the men
engaged in a pistol battle that ended
in the killing of Dallas.
The testimony as to who fired the
first shot of the incident however is
not material to the present consider
ation of the case as the points that ap
peal for clemency are the earlier facts
that led up to the shooting and the
vouthfulness of the boy who did it. If
he served his full term he would be
released rather late in life to make a
new start. He has been a model pris
oner during the time he has been in the
penitentiary and has now suffered
practically two years of punishment
for an offense that In a measure seem
ed to have bewi- forced upon him
Mrs. Ella Poland of Clifton, a sister
of Traylor, was here yesterday In the
Interest of her brother's parole. .
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