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Iih. hl a .l.-m- u ,llv i,.,,.,,,.s In . as- th-n .v... ?N " K --V-. V' - Two allun.i-.is l.-vi.w-.l lh,- .-vi- ,.,.u! ,, .,,,-, nt In J. .M rnil. hh-1.1 J ... fat wis m1 ,,, " -S' -'- -"-i -! ) ,1..,,,,. ... it ha.l h--,i .n.fu,lu,--,l hy I J ih-"-M,-,,l .,a,-,.nL s,Hh ,.l f , i. , S-'a RAIN PREVENTS THE j - : ,,:v,.;":;.;:!vr':;,-',;:;::,,''i.,i:r.;.'.' ; UIlbHlilLD TU I llu rescue OF MINER: ,"j?s?sz rr: ;.'.:7-r V- Mtt.-li.li.nl lia.iin.sH uf h-f two rat- iAAn finNIM nHim ;ii-n-ial Can-anza -,.f. s. .1 111- li..p- V , j "'i rTS lllim infants who .ay-.l on niolh. i'.s lap as h- talk-il. Sat Willi Id.wi-il Mi-ail. 'I'll- woman sat will, h-f I a l.-il in h-f anus r.-.ill.ii. th; hour wln-n sh- vvoiil.l know h. V.-.IM fast aiiioaihinn. Closing aiguiii-nts in tin- .-as starl.-il "'ally this iiioiiuiik. J.ilion of -ouns-l for tin- mali-, fur three hniiis ll-n Thoini tin- d-fi'iinc I. ilk-, I Ir-'in until siiii"-r thin-. I'm- four hours tonir.ht l.-iuty I'ros uliiu; Atl.it n-y 1-al 'rosslaiul stood in lioiit .f tin- jm h..x mal leus .iii.I -ollarl-.ss and att.-in,t-d t" rniix in 111.- Jurors thai tin- il-f.-nd-iinl colis,iri'il with .iuy .Mai-kiiizi.-. .1.... Italdf and llud Hall-w to tak-Ih- lil'i" of fliarli.' K.-iit-r. Tomorrow anuth-r ci.t-rli- of cinl-iii-nt .'Xiioii-nts of irliiiiiial law will nr-s-nt th.-lr at K'uiui'iitN and hy mld r.'tlr.' nUht 'J'hiif.sday tin- Jurors, will i lu H-llln-ratc tv.-r th-ir vrdi-t. ( l.aillon t i.tiH'm Next. J, i. Cliarltoii of Jlartli-sylli-ehiiliKiit pivai-luT lawy.-r will dr.-ss the Jury In the moriiliiK. th will hu follow. -d hy Mi.nian rniitt of liklahoina City. t" whose lot It has fallen lo say the last word In In-half Of the defendant. l'n I Malloy, Tulsa county h silMT tonKiiiil. hoy-faeeil prosecutor whosu clomu-iu-i" and ahl"- i-oiuluet of th i-ase weie larm-ly r.-spotisihlu for the coiiviclion of liny Mackenzie and Jou Itaker at Tulsa a year at,'", this month will make the closing iirnuinoiit for the state. Hraiidlshln In lh fai-e of Laura Iteuter, the rusty revolver with which J.,.. linker, tin- "mldnlnht assassin" gent two dcath-dealiiiK luill-ls Int.. the hraln of Charles Iteuter, As-slsl-Biit County Attorney lid Crossland UmlKht di-liveled what Is concedeil to have heen the Kieat.-st l.-Kal ariju meiit In his career. In vivid words ho pictured the events that led up '.o the murder, amphatiz.ed the Htrini; jf clri timstHnces which the state c.n ;enils conne.it Mrs. Ileut.-r with the oonHpiracy and with hlttnir sarcasm depicted th dif.-tidant as a heart ltss, cold-l.loinled murderer and an actress of almost supernatural ahllity Who shed fHlse tears even while the death rattle was soundiinr in her hus hand's throiit. lie picked out each o Ihe memhei'S of the alli'Ked conspir acy and followed his actions upon the nlfcht of the murder as told hy llud Hellew. ItAUTLKSVlLLK, Okla., Oct. 1 t'nahle to B;t even near the door ways to the rourt room where the Irial is In process a down or more ilarlns younK women tonlKht cllml.-d up a lire escape and Kot on the roof i,f nn adjoining huildinif from which vantage point they listened through the open windows of the court room to the iirnumcnt of ln-puty I'ros.-cu-tor Kd Crossland. fi renter crowils than ever alti-nded the trial at Tulwi hroiu:ed the court house. All the frctii "tuts were nc riiuled solelv hy w.ime.i and the fair sex composed the (;rear part of the entire amlienrp. Hitter wire the inir-catl.,r a hurled b- opposuiK counsel at om unother. and si-veral times J urine Hudson had to persi'tially prevent altenatlons be tween the attorneys. Nut LlRon. the ynuiiK deputy coun ty attorney, who opened for the state and ninde one nf the greatest aru menta ever heard in an Oklahoma courtroom, was Interrupted toward the close of his speech l.y Attorney Hen Thompson of the defense, who objected to a tatement Llson waa (t'oiitiiiiictl t.n pngc S.) . ...I.,. II . 9 5 . - I il.K li..Mlllllv win- h n..,v .1- I..- I . ' ; ' ' ' - ' .1 lli't it I.l th-ll- I llllll UillllEV 1 1 II V ! that h-thillK Wullhl llf I- a,.;u,l fj ' ' ' vt WJM" l-I II II I nllUUA 1 1 Ll 1 A M NOT lii: I Ki: OIT llirimiii llu- Am-nraii sul.li-fs i..ssiiik th- llllllll IlllnlllJ UnlLJ I it i i.. 11,... I, i, ,,!..,., I .-..I..U.1 W. II. Ilin-.-. h.it-r '...-. iK trail Th- ,,l-tr,- taK-n hy , , I ,, H ,uhl ,. ,1,.,,.sv.y ,,. M.".yu, as .'.., Man-,, -I M..nt." Tin- W .......Kra r. ,!,.. .'..r ",,'r- ! ,I..Htr..v M.....0 of tl... I. uihh,s NV. ArK.. Wh.l- ... Ti.K., T la- loijlan-v ,,,, .,,,,; th- l.laz- mark of 1 roMMIITI.i: li:l IN MVS-Si . , l.y k",...w f.td.ral a-il. nl. I.i.t '"" ' "' n, I h- " f..,i k If lal. a h,.,- --I ar on a '' , ,,,., .,.,,.,,,.,,,.,,,, In.pris,,,,,.,. Mai. Hiss at Om 1 iml ami ,, ,,,., owlll, ,.,,,..,-,. lvuM a-lvanliu-.- -f U as hla,.- .;.-.,..n- .o- , lioiit of ll,- lh.t-l .V.'. i i . M. I. K.-m-ii.-i-s W...U at O.I..T ,-niv- fur tr,.Un,-,U. v.r.il i,,..r- nni. - tl- l.iinoiis ul-a. ' I.l lll.M NK.lll. ;, of Tnnn.-I. rolloiii thU as.sijf.,.-. r-...in- ! r;;f.i s:r SEEK TANGO' FIEND 1 Till Cl MI1V CPC TPP rv aucdv at tuc ucAn ,wt,,t o.,. ,.-,1,.,,,, ."-"r:" ......oho r.-r.. frill I Ann Inn u niLiu ni ihl iiu,(f;;. .(;r;iirisii(i I",,;;,,,:,;:.;: rUK WUIVIAN o utAI n IWWWM 1,1,11 ... ... , .... innni nn niinrsninun I I'mlilindci' will -1 ml Work al one. Mappius Oul tlic Koails That Will It.- Worked. K-lolcr Ki-17. Tulsa has taken hold of the (,.od loads hiiililiiin i .inipaimi for " loh-r 16 and 17, with the same determined effort that has chafai tcrized every public enterprise ol I he past year This was ih'moiisliate.l ul the . h-ral meetiUK held in the Commercial club looms last lilKht. About thirty of the most prominent business men and public ollicials of Tulsa and Tulsa county participated in the deliberations of the meetiiiK, and practically all preliminary work was completed. A peri.iane.it ornan- Izutlon was formed, a chairman utid executive committee appointed anil details for ornaniziiiK the work of the two da) a' a-thity were outlined. The netiiiK was called to order by (. II. Leonard, president of the Com mercial club. Kimene Lortou was selected chairman and J. Hurr t.ih- hons secretary of the session. The next step was the selection of a per manent chairman of all campaign ac tivities, who is to act as the "hiK boss" over the entire work, direct the uctions of his captains and oversee the proposition K"'ii tally. This had to be a prai tlcal K""d loads man, an en thusiast and one who would and 1,1 (b-Mile his time to the proposi tion. It was the unanimous opinion of those present that C rus S. Avery, chairman of the board of county c,,ni-inlssioni-rs. was the appropriate man for the "Job" anil It was given to him. .Mr. Avery assured them that he would "make K"od." oininltloo Wat Named. Mr. Avery was also made chairman of the executive committee, that will map out the campaign, appoint all sub-committees Inspect the roads of (ho county and ' blaze tl." trail" of Iho roads selected for improvements during the two days' activities, and otherwise direct the work of the cam paign, other members of this com mittee are: County Lngine.-r Hughes representing the county; J. I'. Hur ler, representing the farmers; 1'r.d Shaw, representing the automobile owners; John 1. I'orter. repi es.-ntina tho oil men: C. II. Cleveland, from Skialook and Mr. W'right.-r of Hroken Arrow. This committee will immediately make path finding trips over thu county, In order to expedite the w ork. I lea,,iiart'rs will bo opened Immediately In the Commercial club rooms with a corps of trained o!li-o men In charge, to receive all volun teer labor, teams, machinery and livery lor the two days' work. Organization I.eliiiN. The executive committee will de vise ways and means of Bollcitlnu the assistance of .-very teamster, sand hauler, farmer, oil man, automoblllst and others who use the public high ways. A card system of everything will he maintained and a sufficient number of teams, plows, scrapers, drugs and slips, r.-id graders and other Implements will be secured to (Continued on mge 5.) 'KNTIi.v, 1 .1 A. of a M-VIT- la III: all (lay. causing lb- niui- v h-f- Oct. 1. H, -cause itoi in vv Inch prevailed falls of toprock into 'I'll,, mas Tosh-sky lias l., -n entombed s .t i'Ti.lay iinun- inn by a fall ,,f oal ill It ( 'out ii.cn ii ilinai v efforts w en- tal colliery, extr put forth tonight by the rescuers to liberate the imprison,-,! miner. Mine Superintendent llelfn-r has started a number of n n dignitiK throuyli fifty-foot pillar of coal at th"- bottom of a mine breach two and a In. If miles up the mountain from the breaker structure, and late tonight twenty 1,-ct hud ben dug away. Owing to the smallness of the opening only one man at a time could dig at the foot of the heading. Tosbesky from his prison 100 feel below the .surface. Informed 11,-ffner tonight, through the fifty-foot tubing penetrating the coal breast flour an adjoining chamber that he had his mining tools with him and since tils imprisonment he had dug away about three feet of the surrounding wall. A physician who accompanied tlw mine superintendent conversed with the prisoner, and cautioned him not to take too much exercise because of his weakened condition. The doctor said that the entombed man might contrai l a cold and develop pneumonia. Toshesky conversed with Ins would be resell, -rs several times during the night and cmplain-d of h-ing cold. A bottle of eggnog was sent down the tube. After drinking this the im prisoned miner said b- f.-ll more com fortable and requested an opportunity to talk with his wife who was wait ing at the edge of the mine breach. 1 1, spite the danger Mrs. Toshesky. with the assistance of several miners, ,1, -seen, led to the bottom of the mine and listened to the voice of her hus band f,,r the fust time in nearly a week. "How arc the children, especially th" buhv ?" was the first question Tos hesky asked. He told his wife not to worry; that the mine officials had as sured him it would not be a great while until he could be with her again. Superintendent Heffner and other officials expressed doubt tonight if the entombed man could be reached before l'riday. AT Ilia hi," lo m ci lulu Whether the llig .liilaii l.iM-k-W ere Hani, aged in- .Vol. coLo.V. o,t. 1. A severe earth quake occurred her., at 1 1 : J U o'clock tonight. The disturban, was of near ly a minute's duration. Houses were rocked and the entire population was aroused. Thousands tilled the streets and remained there In f-ar of the col lapse of their houses. The eurthquake was the hcavi-sl within memory. A second slighter shock oc urred at 11:40. "The Gatun locks," was on every body's Hps, but It was Impossible to night to learn whether any damage had been done there. Ho far, no damage of any serious nature has been reported. an nay. o.i.Mim tans ... , k " " , . ' '. ., ... ' U I V I U II KlUil IN V mploy-d to guard property ,.n ,,its that organized bands had l sack a I. a n!"h-l i -sul-n.-. s i.'ii.-i in.ii i . i . . in .-.. i . . . itiiini ii mi mr in i v business places. Looters will summarily shot. Troops 1'atrv.l lloi'dor. i in lh- Am. il. an side tonight, a d liers patrolled the entire liver front to prevent 1,-d, ral sympathizers troni crossing the border to begin a fili bustering expedition. Kear of such a contlng-ii, y after the army left I'iedras N'egr.is was expressed today by tho constitutionalist chiefs. At either end of the bridge, strong guards hi.i maintained. Tonight hundreds of wagons were still lined up before the International oiidge, awaiting an opportunity to cross to th- American side. Women and children slept inside, while the ineu kept watch outside, guarding thlr families and such of their per .tcnal possessions as they had been cole to carry in their flight. Most of t In n. are of the poorer Mexican rural classes. Those familiar Willi the situation believed that tin- danger of u gen-ral ( noflagratioii is past. Cannot Cross Holder. WASHINGTON. Oct. L orders that no Am, fi, an troops he sent into Mexican territory at I'iedras N-gras without s Hie instructions from Washington, went from the war de partment t ,.lay to lirlgadb-r (i-n-ral I Hiss- and .'..iisul Klocker con, --ruing the situation at I'iedras esras. As the result of several conferences between Consul Klocker, .Major Cald well, commander of the American troops at h'agle I'ass, Tex., and the constitutionalist officers would not at tempt to .1. sir-y either "if the two in ternational bridges there. This had been commanded on the ground that the bridges were necessary to Insure the safety ,,f American and other for eign resid-nts In I'iedras egras. The Instructions to (ieinral Kllss would not op-rate, to prevent Ameri can troops returning lire that might bo directed on them. Several days ago General Kllss was authorized at his own request to take care of anv Mexican wounded of eith er Bide that should come across th" river. I.cnolllice the I'relght I'ool. HAMIit'l'G, Germany, o-t. 1 Tli Hamburg-Aniei lean line today dc houneed the .North Atlantic pa.-seng,- and freight pool, the agreements in regard to which come to an end I cember 31. 1G DAYS have elapsed since the dau, on which the city administration, month previously, definitely promised that it would furnish an ample supply of pure drink ing water through the city water mains and the promise has not yet been fulfilled. i n, . i.m: mk si , a. . k is .... jyy y y n U JIJ hi' i t v -I .1 i - K . 'l- Was I .list IVi'son Willi Hie Head W'o niao l!'i- l.ivoncil Mil-band Tells the Police. CHICAGO, Oct. I. Know ledge that "Mr. Spencer," sought in connection with the murder of Mrs. Mildred Alli son Kexroat, had visited the It-xroat farm at Macomb, Ills., and had b-rt .Mat'oliib on the same train that car lied Mrs. Kexroat, the dancing teach er, away from her loriner husband, today gave the Inip.-igc county authori ties fresh hope In their hunt for clues which might lead to fixing the Identity of the Woman's slayer. The Info! mil lion came from Kverelt licxroat after the district attorney had offend linn the option of telling his story or stand ing trial himself for the minder. Spencer. Kexroat, said, had at the farm as a picture agent, liam K.-xroat, Kverett's father. : lh information that after n "I ailed Wll i, I. b .1 -piir- tore of Spencer iiml Mrs. Kexroat on the same train he hud i.-eived let ters stating that she was in a Chicago hospital find asking him to send her money. Captain Halpin, chief of tl Chi cago d-t-ctlve bur-au, today advanced tin- theory that Mrs. Kexroat had been killed In revenge and that tin slayer had been a "gunman" hired lo put her out ,,f th- way. Captain llalplu discard", I the theory that robbery had been the motive for Ihe crime and that she had l-'-n killed for a $400 diamond ring when he learned that when the body was found Mrs. Kcxroat's gloves still were on 1 i hands. He d,-, hire, I it highly Improb able that the thief would take Un to put tl gloves back on the woman's hands after removing I r gloves take her ring. to WROTE OF MARCH OF DEATH Heiitlsl ll.r taking Hol-on. He--libel His l is lings as Hi-tith ( aloe to linn. M A KSII A LL, ' ikl.-i.. o, t. ibb.-d i,w.,c. In. J. L- ,s ,b ii. a Hl-oll i ,o and , nt isl f the cad. w ho had tak. n p. th. si, k v rot, Hot, I ii al-, It of lie: I :-. om ing A littb- iat-r. Campbell wrote. ' I'ace turning Ida. k; hands becom ing white." 1 1 is last not"' : I am (Iv an illegible scrawl. He l'-ft notes to friel them to lead religious llvi ' ended in -. urging I .espolld ency over a love al'tair Is I, -lo ved t, have been the cause of his act ' Itcveinic Service Officer Head. CHICAGO. Oct. 1- Capt. A. Ii. : Havis, Cniti d Sta'i-s revenue cutter j service, retired, died here today. WIS ; sox mm k Wll t I'l.W 2H. Ill- SIGN CONTRACT YESTERDAY I iimoiis lllg League Hall I'layi-rs Will Hi- Seen In A, lion on Iho Local I b id New York While Sox Giants versus Tuesday, Oct, Chicago her 2H, South Main street park. The iibo ye progiiim Tulsa v ,-st-r, lay w hen a rec-ivcd from "Tad" K man, who has been In g, dialing with Charley ( "i Mi Koman," for a g in ell here between the I was assured telegram was i-se, Tulsa oil Chicago ne 'omlskey, the e to be play hani pious ol lh,- National League and t he fainotih , 'h ago White Sox. .Mr Keen- In his teh-grain slated that he had signed a contract for the gain.-. Ills was the lust contract that has been made for any game on th "Komi, I the World Trip" of the fa moils ball players. This means thai Tulsa fans mav ban- ii chance of s--ing the cham pion bis, -I, all I. ..Ill of the world ill action lid- he, 'atis- on next Thursday M-" ,1 a vv's National L-ague cham pions lock horns in a s-v-n game ser ies with Connie Mack's American l.-agne champions for the premier bas-hall title of Ihe world. It Is expected that at least 10.00U people will witness the game In this itv In addition to tl ordinary -lovvils, thousands upon thousands of visitors, mostly from inral districts, will be 111 th" city at that time at tending th,- Intel-national I ,ry l ariii ing Congress. This game as nn added attraction to th,- farm congress will draw many thousand additional people to Tulsa Th- gam," her,- has b--n arrang-d by T.o I It, -s- and William S. tl-y, form , r big league player and umpire who now ll'. ,'S here. In addition to such star." as Math- WsoTl. , irqll aid. Meyers, l.ovie an, I sfea II ,f th ' Kaiits to see tin- fans will In action not king Kpithall the ) IS. 01)0 S,,. hut also have only h i:,i Walsh .ti ll, I Chappell of 111- W hip pitcher. , i.b m.niv of th, tn- Anierlci t-r .b. tins, ,n Wolk of si n , t pa i k leading stars of the cu ll league, including W'al and Tils Speaker, putting the South Main ill condition for the big gam. will start at 'ill- Will Not Land at Oiii-cn-town. I.O.NT.O.N. Oct. 1. The W hite Star Inn' announced that hence forth the steamer Olympic will neither embark nor land passengers at (J.ieenstown. '"'he other steamers of the line, how ever will continue to call there. YOKIi (.1 AGO Willi III III. oc i vr i iiui:m i: t. ist m w mi:k i.d m:uii iii akii i m i i;i v. DEFENSE IS KOT READY YET Colli sulci nod Ills W ile i-e l xpccO i d lo 1, -lll v boiil I ,.oli Ibiiiiun nn, I stork Heals. .. Oct. I The :n m. mag. is today In the trial of the Governor William out th. il a. ll, .iirii- llminaiy motions . id- before opening I. fell:.- Th. se .lis- probably will ask pel mi-si.ii .. l.ik.- another adjoiirn i.i. ni I., line calling their first vv iln, ss. Till, w it II," s. II IS said, vv III be I. ..ills A S. ie.kv, the rov. lion's campaign whom counsel for Ihe liu- bm, lit manages falb d to put oil I be .-land, all hough he was iind-r sub poena. Sar-i kv indorsed many of tint , In , ks i-l . n to Sulzer dining Ills cam paign which vv.re not reported In his sworn sliit, -incut of campaign contri I titions. Mrs. Milcr ,, Tesill'y. I'.ah the governor and Mrs. Sulzer nr- expo, led to take the stand before the d-l-ll a- closes. The governor will ih f, ml his failure to report the num , reus t out i ili.it ions he receiv ed on Ihe it I that they were personal cent i lliiit ions. Mrs Sulzer. It Is said, vv lii defend the governor's alleged speculations In Wall St reel with testimony o show Ihiil they were condu-l-d for her ac lounl She Is expected to tell the story of the loan which she Is said to have contra, "l with the Carnegie Trust company and to seek to provo that for the sob" purpose of paying the loan the governor borrowed money from the stock exchange firm , f Harris and Fuller on securities owned by her and did not speculate v. ith the linn. When Hi,- long missing Fred L. Iwell. the governor's all, -gel agen' in bis alleged Wall Slrc-t Iransa, thins, will be called, was a subject of much speculation tonight. Ills whereabouts have been known lo th", governor's attorneys but they have declined tn produce him unless it was s'lpulati-d that he would not be placed under arrest for refusing I, obey n subpoena of the l'rawley invest I gal Ing com mil tee. This, counsel for the Impeachment managers said tonight, they were powerless lo prevent. I'rom I ll rope to Testify. Lieut. Commander L. M. Jos.-phat, w ho paid a debt of IL'ii, ".':.' contracted by the governor with Harris and Ful ler, according to the testimony. Is ex pected to he another witness. He reai hed Albany tonight from New Vork, where he arrived today from Kiirnpe. Ills testimony it is under stood, will be highly favorable to tho governor. Attorney Harvey I). 1 1 In in ail will iiiuke the address opening the gover nor's case. It was chiefly because I Unman, w ho has conducted most of tin- cross examination, had become , xhausted. that Judge T). Cudv Her ri, k, chief counsel for tl ilefensn asked today hat adjournment be tak. , ii until Monday. This request was bided by the court during an ex , cutlve session. The close of the case of the as sembly managers today marked the lapse of two we-ks since the trial began and of six days consumed In mMng testimony. Many witnesses i 1,,1,-r .subpoena. Including William J. I'-nnors. of Huffal,. and Hugh .1. L, illy, ot New York, a railroad builder for the Cuban government, were not iiilbd. I'.oth were subpoenaed to t-stlfy as to contributions they are supposed to have made to Sulzer. They mav be placed ,,n the stand in re buttal. The linn I I vl.lciice. The final shot of the managers was tin testimony of John H Gray, mem ber ,,f the brokerage firm ,,f Fuller and Gray, which handled the "ac-coiin- No. Son" of Fr. deri-k L Col m II. Gray testified that Colwell had t, Id hliu this account was Governor Sniper's. Gniy also said he had contributed through Colwell. to the governor's , 'impalgn fund upon a representation that ll would bring business and that at one time Colwell said a bond ha had purchased was for a woman. Now that the direct testimony Is all In. Attorney Isadore J. K reset said that no further effort would be made "o locate th" "mysl. rlous" woman In the case. "CouimcI for the board are satisfied" said Kres'.. "We feel that w-e have .how ti almost everything we promis ed. Some ground which still Is to be covered will be gone over on re direct examination. "Why ilid we not call Sarocky? When he Is called by the defense. If i i it he Is. we shall question him. We ("hall also Interrogate Colwell at length If he Is called. '