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TWO U. S. MARSHAL IS SEVERELY BEATEN Attacked on Train by For mer Muskogee Policoraan Who Is Now Woaltliy. TUB T ULSA DAILY WOULD, TI'KKDAY, dCTOBEB 10, 1015 CONFERENCE COMES WARRANT IS ISSUED REVOLUTIONISTS HEAD OF SANTA FE TO FITIING CLOSE FOR C.A.SANDERSON ARE STILL BUSY ADDRESSESTULSANS iiriitnentH for More Than Charged With Assault With Recruiting' Agents Are President F. 1. Ripley and 200 !hurehea A re Aiuiounced. nteni to Kill; Nol Ye Arrest id. Working Among Soldiers of Lopez' Army USED A STOVE POKER AT ENID NEXT YEAR WOODARD SIGNED IT SOME GO, SOME DON'T oilier Officials at Meeting. EXTENSIONS NEEDED Seizure of Three trips ( Ion taming Whisky May Furnish the Motive. Ucv. Frank Neff Returned Deputy City Attomey Offers Made in Gold to Reg-1 Tulsa lhargo; One Chantre Here. K,,f, lal In l'l.. W.'ll.l. Ml IO C!I I i PiiHM'iiirorH llrtl in iHstil'tlur vvlli'll W . , , , deput) suhduetl rtiiix-rt, haiuli nffi 'I I . deputj roll to llit rionr unil hail i lo Uken to the honpltul. Th deputy Oeclarei thul Kup i'l attiu kod Mm from behind lie was :1 11 'ss '" in... nut for (ho attuok, liul til Uie Marshal's office today it was Htuled that Sheldon hnd si Iei .1 thn e grip pontulntng tvhlaky on the train and thai thoy bear ItupertH tuinic, al though tiic mini ili.i not loltn It, Rupi rt reuentlj made what i tie dared to have heen an unwarranted assault upon pity commissioner Joi c ph McCusker and was sen I '" n Nam tannin f"' troatmenl Ho is .hi ..mil i. in a New Mexico mine In whli li large quantities "f kM li tve been recently llis,',, . n .1 i t. iii in CHnclnnatl. Snaclal in 'l i..' World. OKLAHOMA CITY, Oct. 'v Bee rot;ir. .f Btate .1 L Lyon will leave tonight for Inclnnutl, hlo w hi i o he will attend a mooting of thi rstarles of state for the ih is of perfecting a permanent organisation Makes Serious Charge Against Assailant. Scrawled at the bottom of en in formation, filed yeeterdaj In Justice liiinlel'fl court, apptmrs the name of charging Charles A. Sanderson with assault ii ii Intent to kill, The filing' ol this Infonnatlon follows close on an ait. i,. ii between the two men in tiundi rsoii's office on the afternoon of Count) Attorney Kd Crossland, in i pain with Judge Lee Daniel, called ular Troopers to .Join the Raiders. .1 ill,' eighth in Woodurd home yesterday ana se fourth ui'- 1 1 ti red hi.-i signature 1,1 the Informa- Methodlst tion Woodard lias been confined t,, his bed ever since ihe alleged aHaull win, I Mlllali,l Ills Ii : 11 I slli.nk M when he af- Itl j. a, n VV, i. Lein- GIVE YOUR STOMACH A CHANCE ffelp it, when it lacks tone or strength, li' the use of HOSTETT ERS Stomach Bitters You'll find it very helpful. HUH drJHJIi tAttKlo Bage Tea & Sulphnr Widely En dorsed, The Kind to Get, m,i Sulphur compound, To gel it In i i Kit Id ki-ih the conference next year. The mention of the oil) waa a signal for loud applause and the firs! ballot decided upon the town unanimously. n Urinous Task, Bishop William 1 1 Shepard and his count) superintendents who form the , abini i have been hard ,ii work pre sis districts iin h Inolude 1137 uhurches, More than a dosen special appnlntmonts were made In addition ' i ence were perhaps more Impressive than those "i any other day. A love feast at the Firs! m. E, church marked tin' beginning of the confer ence proper, it was led by Rev, err) 10. Pierce of Nowata. The other sosslons of the day were held in the PMrsI Presbyterian church and Ihe greni edifice was crowded to the doors each meeting. Bishop Shepard spoke In the morn ing on Tho Power of Ood." Always a speaker and orator of wonderful ability Hi" head of the church seemed lo surpass himself In his great mes sage. An Impressive memorial serv ice was held In the afternoon followed by the ordination services for the new ministers of the Methodist faith, This service was conducted by tin1 bishop, .'.veiling Services, The Bunda) services closed In the evening when tho cause "t" home mis sions and church extension work was nresontcd by iti. B, 8. Stockwell, superintendent of the Aha district and R Kdward Hlslop, president of thr Oklahoma university of Guthrie, following the Issuing of assign iiv.i iii signature that it was almost impossible to read it. Sanderson is out of the city yes terda) bul it was stated on good au thority he would return today He will be arrested immediately an.l after arraignment will be bound over to eourl anil his bond fixed al 11,000. Occurred in Office, The altercation thai led to the filing of the Information occurred when W lard called at Sanderson's office to confer with him about some paving io in, done in Buena Vista addition. Sanderson is claimed to have called the city officials grafters and crooks and then struck him. It is claimed he forced VVoodard into a chair and then i hoked lii t r t int.. Insensibility, Tho Information reads "assault with Intent to kill," and claims that Sand erson "ussaulted, struck, beat, bruised, choked, mashed, crushed and wrenched" W lard's neck and body. I i 'wiiii; to the prominence of the incn involved the case has attracted n greai deal of attention here and the I out,., .uie will bo watched with leresi. in- Stockholders Losers in New Haven Scheme nt.- h ising ui Bnld as the next nnference and it"- Ihe ii hi Ins OKI I church in Oklahoman S;iys That Huerta Is a "Jolly Good Scout" in Jail di Jiat d t frO i William- IS'IIYC loilai. ' about two week GLASS OF SALTS CLEANS KIDNEYS I Quickest, Surest Cough Remedy i$ Home-Made it j'our i hi. i. 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Ask veiir droirgist Ii r I ' . our m I 'met.'' end do not accept (Continued From Page one.) corporations which the Sherman law was Intended to reach. Hut the law was designed nol only lo protect the public from the destruction of health ful competition hut to prevent tho stockhoders and the rairoada them selves from becoming the victims of unfair methods, it was tho method Used by tin .New Haven in driving Its competitors out of business, sacrific ing the money of stockholders and bringing about a situation "where every person d"inn business In New England, every enterprise was at the mere) of a powerful combination thai the Sherman law was Intended to All these offenses the attorney out llned in a general way anil then, using I map sin, wing the ten principal New England railroads thai operated In decpndently In lt9t), traced one by otii the history of their acquisition. William Rockefeller he accused of having with other directors now dead, secretly Instituted a suit which forced one of these roails, the New York ft New Bngland, Into a foreclosure. ,T. P, Morgan A To., he said, was used a 0 means of concealing the ownership of stock of the Old Colony Steamboat company at a time that the New Haven- attempt to acquire II wis in'inj? Inquired Into by the Massachusetts authorities. The Mor gan firm rue a note for the BtOCk that bore no Interest, ho said, and kept It In their possession long enough for the president of the nhl Colony railroad, then n subsidiary of the Haven, to say that the railroad ilhl ti"t own It. Vttornc) the Manipulator. At the door of Edward l. Kobblns, Ihe former general counsel for the s, w Haven, the federal attorney laid the alleged unlawful devising of. schemes where the control of steam lllp companies could be secretly ac quired. Kobblns, he said, made use 111 a single day of three hanks and various dummy corporations and In dividuals as the ehlele for the switching back an.l forth of $1,500,- 1 used eventually In acquiring the Metropolitan Steamship company. one of the Indlvidulas, he said, was Orover C, Rtoharda of Portland, m iii e, a :m -year-old plumber, brought t,, w fork i" aci as treasurer of .mother steamship line, used In the transaction, and for which he re la 1405 Charles K. Brooker, one of the defendants, called attention to the fact, Said Mr, Halls, of the "danger" Havon beyond Hartford, 'and the Ml w Raven officials expressed (heir f that they could prevent the watchful interest than an) of the other defendants, while the govern 1111 nt attorney wus using the map, the aged million. ure occasionally rose to his fi ei to Ket .1 l etter view. Leaning On his cans he Would stand for k, - era minutes watching every mova of the attorney's pointer. Mr. lioeke f 111 r also took occasion today to in troduce himself to the federal at torn, v and ensnged with him in scemlnglj amiable conversation, Mr Halts will continue his addr.-s tomot row. BROWN8VrL,L,E, Texas, Oct IS.. Evidence thai recruiting agents for the so-called "Texas revolution" are Mill working among the soldiers nt Qenoral Eugenlo Lopes In Matamoros was obtained today by an American who visited Matamoros and talked to a Bergeant In Lopes' army. The American la a hide dealer who made hla nport to Captain John . Chambers, U, s. a . depot quarter master for fori Brown, The report wir be laid before Colonel A. r. Ulocksom, commandant al Port Brown tomorrow. This sergeant said thai early today a Mex ican who claimed to he an agent for the revolutionists, came to him und offered htm ten dollars In gold, a uniform, gun, pistol, 7.1 coats a day, and a division of spoils whenever there was a raid. The sergeant turned down the offer, saying he had enough ,,t fighting on the Mexican side and did not care to take ehanees. The American, taking advantage of the apparent candor of this ser geant, who is mi Hulsachito Indian, continued ins questions and was told by the sergeant thai the latter knew of eight men who had accepted such an otter and had gone to the Amer ican side of the river. One youthful soldier told the Americans he had also received this offer but refused to aeeept it. The sergeant said he did not know the name of the alleged ogent, but that he had said he would 1 el urn tonight and WOUld renew tho offer. The American, whose name was nol given because of possible, danger to bun In Mexico, said: Fight to lave. "My conversation with 'his ser geant C04II6 up while he was doing some Work for me. He asked if 1 '. new where he COUtd get work on the American side, saying that the money he made in the army was just i nough lo pay Mis I. oar, I I le then ri feiied casually to the offer of the revolution agent, speaking: of it us a business proposition, with an clement "f personal danger which he did not want to encounter. Hi' la ft i far in the interior where they consider fighting as a means of liveli hood ami thai it was wrong to carry such righting into the United Btatep apparently never occurred to him." Bo far as Is known, this is the first attempt "f the men concerned In the troubles on the American side to carry their efforts into Lopes' army. American military officials were not of the opinion that this development m the situation had any connection with the firing across the river In the vicinity "f Mercedes canal head gates Sunday. Wilson to Publicly Tell ot U. S. Defense Bin Adverse Lecnslation Prevents Additional nvestment. invtl nt' else A tuarantse ol abaotut at ifartion. or money promptly refunded, pes with tin irenanitiun. Ihe Pinex Co., it. Wawie. lad. TAKE UP TRIEST CASE WITH U. S. OFFICIALS WASHINGTON, Oct. II. Oustav W Trlest. father of Kenneth O. Trtest, the young former Princeton tudi nt held In London on a charge of espionage, made an engage nent throueh counsel today to dlSCUSS his .- n'S COM with StatS department of" ftctals tomorrow, officials wep, hnr prised to lenrn that .Mr. Triest was 'till In th T'nltrd S;ates. lie was ex pected to anil for London last Sat urday with witaessrs through whose testimony hr hoped to establish that hll son's mind wns unbalanced. xOUftSj Tier's trial is set for November I, but ad effort will be made to hno it I postponed. (Continued Prom Page One.) the department In tho number of Contracts awarded. The four destroyers to be huilt at private yards were awarded as fol lows! rt Cramp iv- Sons Co., two ut 1846,000 l 'seattie Construction Drydock Co., , ne al 1886,000. .-,- Bath iron Works, one at 8879,600. The destroyer to be built nt the Mara Island no V V yard will cost 76J,- ,";::. and tin one at Ihe Norfolk navy yard 708.805. The total of the awards is 4,V2S, 413. The limit Of C S Imposed by eon BT( is was 1936,000 i o h or a total of v . 500,000. All of the boats will have B minimum speed of IK knots an hour and will displace 1,126 tons each, De livery t" the government is required in from 18 to 20 months. The submarine contf iota awarded to private firms were as follows: Klectric Boat company, eight al $ ", l 5,000 each. LsJce Toiped,, Boat company, three ai 1646,000 each, California Shipbuilding company, Long Beach, Cal., (Iiko company de signs) three at olS.r,00 each. Detail Estimates Not Public. Neither war nor navy department estimates for the coming year have been made public as yet In detail. It was learned today, however, that of the 672,000,000 Increase over last year's hiu to be asked for by the war department, 146, 1,000 would go to ward reserve material and coast de fense works, the remaining $2'i,npn,- ni'ii to be used In hullding up the new armies, regular and continental. Part of this $46,000,000 would go Into building and arming the new forts Which Will guard the entrance to Chesapeake bay. . It is proposed to spend more of the mi,n,v In building new forts to guard New York. San Francisco and other great bailors from attack, Gigantic Hi-inch rifles Will be mounted In all tin-, di feneea of the first elans where enemy craft with tin d. rn guns would b dangerous from ureal distance. .n. .t'ner expenditure contemplated is for fining the present 18 nnd 14-Inch rifles with Carriages that will give them greater range, .Much already has hern ae. omplished In that wav and the work win be carried on until every fort is modernised. No lfi-tnch rifles will be Instiillpil in place of smaller guns, however. It Is said, heenusp to make nil the changes In magazines, hoists, machinery nnd the like would tie more expensive and less satisfac tory than to build new emplacements for these huge weapons. Wit-on Home to Vote. WASHINGTON, Oct 16. President Wilson will leave here early tomor row morning for Princeton. N. J., to cast his ballot In the special state election on n constitutional amend ment giving suffrage to women. Itc hns announced he will vote for the amendment. lie will return to Wash ington tomorrow nlcht. Reeretnry Garrison, Secretary Tumulty nmt sev- rnl score employes at the White House and In different government de partments also will go back to Ni W )ers) to vote. B, P, Ripley, president of the Santa Pe railroad, told a crowd of r pre sentatlve Tulsana at the Chamber of Commerce rooms last night that his road did not feel like making any extensive improvements In Oklahoma or els. where until there is a change of sentiment among officials and law makers ot the stale and nation. He Inferrod that the two-cent rate eases now pending la this state had been one Kreal factor In preventing the Santa Pe from "loosening up." Other Santa Pe officials spoke, a well as two or three iocal men and after Ihe speaking a social .session was held. Mr, Ripley Mimed to he i ighly i lated at the opportunity of personally meeting some of the lead ing citizens. Noticed tho Change, "1 was n Tulsa about three years ago," said Mr, Ripley, "and I was lake, i over the city again today. The growth has been marvelous, bul healthy and the character of the Im provements are also worthy of men tion." He declared hla belief thai the Santa Ke should bocome better ac quainted with Tulsa and vice versa. He explained thai the Santa I'e was one of the most prosperous railroads in the L'nlted States today, and pointed out that although last year was the Lest one the road has ever experienced, less than ti jier cent was earned on the total capitalisation. Tho nature of recent legislation, both In the state and nation, has had a tend ency to make it unwise for the road to invist any more money, he do llar. J. He said the Santa Fe had never gotten H square deal in Okla homa sineu .statehood. BSugene Lorton spoke characteristi cally, He declared that the flirta tion between Tulsa and the Santa Pe was really serious and that Tulsa had no intention of trifling with the road s affections He pointed out thu ad visability of building the line on from Tulsa to connect with tho main line either at Shawnee or through dish ing, thus cutting forty miles off the distance over the Santa Pe to Texas. He said that Tulsa had an unusually friendly feeling for the Santa Pe, I Notable D'.il. Mr, Lorton spoke feelingly of the notion of the road iTi offering' to promptly adjust all claims resulting' from the recent deplorable explosion nt Ardmore. Mr. Rlple and those ui li in party will go to Ardmore Wednes day to meet with the looal arbitra tion committee, composed of five citizens, each of whom has a claim himself, Mr. Ripley, It became known y esterday, has decided to let this com mittee adjust all claims, and the road will settle on that basis. The men tion of this Incident by Mr, Lorton brought Instantaneous applause from those in the rooms. MayW Wooden spoke, as did I, J, Martin, the latter humorously refer ring to the fact that the Santa Pa has no depot of its own In this city. .1 It. Koonz. general freight agent. Was called on. He expressed his faith in Tulsa and said ho had spent an hour yesterday in trying to convince Mr Ripley that the widely discussed extension out of Tulsa might to lie built, w. Kouna, general mana ger, made a short talk. i. N. Wright, president of thu Chambi r of Commerce, presided at the meeting, and outMned the rela tionship between the visitors and t lie Chamber of Commerce and the mu tual benefits that would accrue from any improvements the Santa I'e shall make in this Iclnlty. w bo Was Who. The parly, which left this morning at 4 o'clock for an inspection tour ot the new Santa Pe line from dish ing to Drumright, consisted of the following: K. I '. Ripley, Chicago, president; Homer A. Stillwell, Chicago, director; E. .1 Bngel, Chicago, assistant to tho president; C. W. Kouna Topeka, gen eral manager! J. it. Koonts, Topeka, gemtai freight agent; Edward Ray mond Now ton, general superintend ent; Payson Kipley, t'hanute, super intendent; W. T. Treleaven, chanute, division freight agent; J. P. Jartell, Topeka. publicity agent. President Ripley impressed every one by his amazing physical ap pearani s, w hich givi no hint of the man's age. He will be 71' years old On the last day of tills month. Ilia pres. nt trip was madr largely to give iii.'n an opportunity to inspect the Southern Kansas division in the day time and meet, with the ac i, lent ar bitration committee nt Ardmore on next Wednesday. TRIAL OF ALLEGED CONSPIRATORS TODAY KANE. Pa.. Oct. 18. The hearing of Louis aubtskle and A Wonhots, the two electricians in the employ of . the Aetna Explosive company, who are under arrest on the charge of con spiracy In connection with the recent fatal explosion at the pinnt at Em porium, set for today, was postponed un'l! tomorrow when officers of the company from New York will be present. The men w ho are held In the t ill nt Rldgwav gnve out statements todny denying that they were In nny way responsible for the explosion. Com pany officials still refuse to say whether the Investigation proved that the explosion was caused by elec tricity. PBS t" -nl Men lo ftlgtalWI, PAN PRANCISCO, Oct 18. The British consulate here put up money to pay for sending men to Bngland, according to n stipulation filed today hv the defense In the trill of five men , barged with violating American neu trality. Tho stipulation is a concession to one of the government'.! allegations In the ease. 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