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o VCLUME XXIX OUTHltlE, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY EVENING JULY 19. 1007 NUMBER 60 ENRAGED KOREANS THREATEN PETULANTLY RESENT EMPEROR'S FORGED ABDICATION !? SERIOUS COLLISION EXPECTED TONIGHT U i il Japanese are Blamed in In- fianiniatoryDocunieiitsDis- tributed (o Crowds (By Associated Press.) Seoul, July 19. The oniporor, In an Imperial rescript ot abdication, which he signed under protost after a most dramatic scene, oppresses regret that during hl. forty-four yoars of rolgn national calamities have followed In rapid succession and the pcoplo'a dis tress became so aggravated that he deemed It now time to transfer the crown to the heir apparont. Enraged crowds arc assembling at various points throughout tho city and inflammatory documonts against tho Japaneso aro being freely distributed, giving rise to a forlorn hope that some active opposition Is nbout to bogln. Serious collisions, it Is bolloved, will take place tonight botwocn tho pollco and rioters. Extraordinary police precautions are being taken. End of Ancient Empire. The abdication of the emporor is apparently tho beginning of tho end of this ansicnt empiro and tho iuaugu ratim of a elosor control by Japan than that she ihas exercised Kluco tho treaty at Portsmouth recognized hor predominant Influence In Uio Hermit Kingdom as ono of tho first ot hor Mctory over Russia. For a long period Korea was tinder llu KUeralnty of China, but in 1804-5 J.ipan drove Ohlna out of the penin sula and Korou enjoyed a brief period of independence In 1004 Japan stop ped Into Korean affairs with assur ance of safety, independence and ter ritorial Integrity. Slncothat year, however, tho Japaneso influence has ,rown in oxtent and power until finally oday Korea faces, In the abdi cation of tho present emporor, tho final extinction of her claims to rocog nlMon as nn independent stato, for tho Installation of a nominal emporor se lected by statesmon of Japan, will Indicate that Korea is to como wholly and entirely under the sway of tha Japaneso SINNED, FORGIVGN EVERYTHING SERENE Mrs n. V. Whipple, of Coylo. whoso husband eloped Willi his tonant's wife on Juno 20th. has mudo up with her husband, who has rocontly return ed from Now Mexico, upon his prom ise to be a better man. Hall, the ten- WOMAN'S BULLET Grewsouie Exhibit at Trial Professor Charged Cailsruho. July 19. Tho trial of Karl Han. former professor of Roman law at Georgo Washington univorsity, Washington, on tho chargo of killing his mothor-ln-law, Mrs. Mollter, In Uadon-Badon, on November 6, was re sumed today, Tho object that attract ed most attention, noxt to the prison er, was the honrt of the doad Ionian, preserved in a bottle filled with spirits of wlno Thero was a wound In tha renter of the organ Tho presiding Judgo examined Hau tor threo hours. The examination took a wide range, Including Hau's life m Washington and his visit to Con stantinople in "n unsuccessful effort in negotiate concessions from the Porte for certain American firms. He visited his mother-in-law In Baden-Baden for a wool; and then wenr to Paris, accompanied bv his wife and his sister-in-law, Olga Moll tor The Judge hare showed tho prisoner a telegram Bent from Paris signed Olga, ' asking hor mother to come to Paris Immediately, and which was not Hent by Olgu. Hau refused to say whether ho had written this telegram. Tha Judge warned him of tho risk, ho Incurred in making denials Hau alto declined to say whether or not he had nut, filed a suit In 'lie district court hero Juno 22 Tor $10,000 damages agnlnst Whipple, for distress ot mind, and loss of his wife, which ho vnluod at $5,000 and on July 1 Mrs. Whipple filed a suit in the district cev.it uoro against her husband for a dlvor.-o and division of properly. Hall sworo out n warrant against Whipple on Juno 33. but the officers were unnblo to locnto him. Mrs. Hall returned to he homo on July 1, wns forgiven by hor hus band nnd tukon under tho family roof. On tho following day M. E. Whipple, of Gushing, a brother of 13. P. Whipple, compromized tho $10,000 dnmago suit fllod against his brother with Hall for $100, Hall withdrawing his complaint. Mr. and Mrs. Whipple nnd tholr 7-year-old son wore in the city Inst evening shopping and returned to their homo In Coylo this morning. Mrs. Whipple has not hnd the dlvorco case which she filed ngnlust hor husband dismiss ed yet, but It is said that she will. JDDOE WOOD REFUSES INSTRUCTED VERDICT (Dy Associated Pross.) Boise, Idaho, July 19. The defense at tho opening of the Haywood trial this morning renewed Ita motion for nn Instructed verdict. Richardson's motion was made at this time for tho record. Judge Wood ovorruled tho motion. Richardson again moved that the jury be Instructed to return a verdict of not guilty. Tho motion was formally denied. It was announced that tho Judgo would give his decis ion this nftomoon on tho questions argued yesterday. Court adjourned until aftornoon whon James H Haw loy will open for the state. Hawloy is not expected to conclude till tomor row afternoon. The opening atldross for tho defense will be made by Rich ardson Munday morning. PARDONED CONVICT RESTORED TO FAMILY (3y Associated Press.) Ft. Leovcnworth. Kans., July 10. Wm. January, alias Charles Andor son, who was pardoned by tho Pres ident upon petition of 60,000 porsons, was rolonsed from the Fcdoral prUon horo this morning and immediatoly started for Kansas City, his homo. Kansas City, Mo., July 19. Ander son reached Kansas City this morning a few hours after hlh roieaso and wont directly to Ills homo, whoro a family reunion wag hold. Later, with his Tour yeai old child upon his kneo and hla faithful wlfo by his Ido, Ander son wild, "l ihavo no plans for tho future, savo that 1 will reniuln In Kansas City." Anderson said tho report that he would engage In the pool hall busi ness was without foundation. "I would not." said be, "be bo ungrateful to the many who signed for rue." COTTON IS MAKING EXCELLENT GROWTH Cotton is making an excellent growth in all parts of Oklahoma, but Is still nearly tihlrty days Into. Blos soms are reported In some localities In tho oxtromo southwestern part ot tho territory, but aro till rare., In most oases the crop dopends upon tho character of the fall. If It is Iato and warm, tho crop will come up to lust year's standard, but Is frosts come early, tihe crop will be short. The original crop ncreago this yoar Is 20 per cent In oxcoss of last yonr, bat enough has been abandoned so that the Ineronso In acrengo on which a crop will bo made Is not moro tlinn 10 per cont. The lncreaso Is mostly In counties whero cotton Is raised along with othor crops and not In those whore it Is tiho main crop. Tho prosent crop condition is about 70 per cent. PIERCED HEART of Former Washington With Murder had a disagreement In pari with his wlfo owing to her Jealousy ot her sit ter olga. Tolls of False Wg. The Judgo then called Hau's atten tion to Uie faot that on hft arrival In London on his way to tho. United States ho had received a telogruin re calling him to the continent and select ing Berlin as a meeting place with an unidentified person. Hau had shown this telegram to his wife to Justify his trip, and he admitted having sent the message himself A letter from Mrs. Hau to hor mother was then read, showing that. Hau bad Impressed upon her tho necessity of absolute silence regarding hw trip back to tho conti nent Hau then admlttod to having had a wig and a false beard made by the harbor of a well-known hotel In London, and that tho explanation of this procedure previously given that he was going as a spy to Turkey and needed the wig and board to protect him against attempts at assassination was incorrect. Whon the Judge brought tho investi gation down to tho lnoldont at Baden Baden Hau Announced his Intention w give no Information v.hataver cow (Continued on rgo 4.) LEAPS FROM 15TH STORY WINDOW DESPONDFNT MAID'S DEATH PLUNGE IN MASONIC TEMPLE IMPACT SHATTERED 3-INCH MARBLE SLAB Hundreds See Girl's Body Twirling Downward and Strike in Rotunda Chicago, III., Jiffy 19. In sight of hundreds ol persons, Miss Anna Nor moylo, 20 years old, of 1534 Forest vlllo avenue, either jumped or fell from a ilftoenth-story window of tho Masonic temple shortly after 5 o'clock last evening nnd was killed. Twirling and turning, Miss Nor moyle slut downward a distance of 300 feet, In the court of tiue skyscrap er, striking the landing til tho top of the third lloor stairway with such force that n marble slab .1 Inches thick and 8 fool square was shattered Into u thousand ploceB. lSven tills did not slop the lorrlblo fall and MIbs Nor moylo fell through to tho first floor, landing directly back or tho cigar stand ou tho first lloor of the rotunda. iicoros who had witnessed the trag edy hastoned to the spot. Thoy found the young onion dead, and her body so mutilated that It had but littlo som blanco of a human form. Cllmbo Over Bars. The window from which .Miss Nor moyle jumped Is in the office of the Sterling Klectric Manufacturing com pany. Il opens diroctly o ntlie corul and 1b oquipped with two Iron burs placed so as (o provent parsons from falling out. Tills fnot at first led to many ru mors, but rolntlvos of the young wo man Informod the police that dm sui cide theory wns undoubtedly correct, ns Miss Norinoyle had been In III hoalth for some time and yeitorday was the first time In weeks that she had been eble to 1oae her home. lu company with Miss Alnude Born, her cousin, she had gone to the Masonic temple to see Miss Mapile Netstrom. a friend who Is employed us u steno grapher in tho office of the Sterling Electric Manufacturing company. It was during a moment's absence from the room of Miss Nolstrom. and while Miss Born was In nnothet part of the office, that Miss Normoyle was suddenly solsed with the desire to nnd her llfo. It Is believed slio stepped ovor the bars and, without hesitating a moment, took the leap. Miss Born returned Just in time to see the young woman Jump, ami it was hor scroaniB which first apprised the hundreds of occupants In tho dif ferent offices or tho building of the tragedy. CITY BOND ELECTION FOR AUGUST 27 At the- city council meeting last night tho mayor was empowered, to call an election for August 27th, to hold a genoral olection to vote on the Issuance of $10,000 bonds for water extension and a filtering plant; $20.. 000 for sasltary sewers In the nc-t1 oast part of the city; $30,000 In bonds for storm sewers, $10,000 for a new bridge on Ninth street across the Cottonwood rlvor nnd to replace hbe Fifth street bridge wltli a concrete structaro, and $0,000 for additional miplles for the Are department. A petltjon asking that the city council make some provision tor the payment of the $8,000 claim against Hie olty for old provisional warrants which was recently decided against titie city by the United States Supreme court In favor of C. W. Turner and Jas A. Klrkwood wm read and placed on fWo. The council In making tho levy last week knew that this claim stood against tine city, but made no levy for it An Illegal Ordinance. A remonstrance petition was read fiom the property owners on North Diexel boulevard asking the council j to repeal the ordinance passed at the last meeting ordering permanent side walks to be laid on the east aide of Drexel boulevard from Warner to Springer avenue, ou the grounds that only two property owners on that street petitioned die council to pass such ordinance, while the law requires ten. Councilman Walker had Uie ordinance railroaded through on ac com i of it being across the street from his property, and the laying ot the sidewalk would enhance the vahie of 4iIb property, although ther was no necoaelty for the sidewalk as there are hut half a dosen houses along that aide of the street in fane six block. Councilman Iikor sold it was an outrage that the ordinance was passed and cltod the original pe tition to prove that the ordinance was I passed Illegally. Tho mayor uphold oooooooooooooooo o t o O WEATHER F.OREGA8T. O O o O O O Washington, Jtlly 10. Oenei- O O ally fnlr tonight and Saturday, o O o OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Wnlker.aud ruled that the ordlmv itad bfpii lmssod and published cfliiVd not lio rocnllod. An Ordinance wm passed condemn ing wooden and galovntaCr iron awn ings nnd street signs. All are to bo removed with tho exception of those awnings over twenty foot thigh. This will lot the awning on tho Oklahoma building remain. Tito merchants are taking down awnings qn the agree ment that all of tho htfnlngs would bo removed and unlosa fills ordinance Is rovtlsod the police department will linve some .trouble In getting tho others removed. Tho resignation of Al Burohett, assistant chief of pollco, 'wns accepted. Those voting for tho proposition of submitting the bond tnmio to the peo ple were Walker, Shoarar, Hopkins, Morrison nnd Smith, and Uiobo ngalnst, Councllmen Kmost and Dun nlca. A resolution was paBsed transferr ing tho Mini of $191.31 from the water script fund and $95.71 from tho special Outhlo proper fund to the credit or Uio sinking fund. An ordinance was passed vacating the alley in block 00 Guthrie propor. An ordinance appropriating for fire nnd water $1,121.14 and for main tail' 1BJ CO n nnco.wl T Councilman Smith stated that stag nant pools nil ovor Wost Chithrle, In gutters, along the streets nnd thoy must be drained or flllod or thdre will be a typhoid fever epidemic. Re ferred to tho Healuli committee with power to act. The matter of raising the salaries of policemen nnd city clerk was de ferred one week. GILLETTE DECLARES SHERIFF'S OFFICE VACANT Special to Dally Leador. Anadarko. Okla .Tilly 10 On appli cation of the board of county commis sioners Judgo Glllotto ot the district court, has declarod tho office of sher iff or Caddo county vnennt,' nnd following tho disappearance of .lame Thompson, the fornwr horlft and the board of commleslonara have appoint ed Wllllnm Pkutlni of Anndaiko to fill the vacancy. . The application to Judge (Wletto was made by the hoard of couimla sloners following the disappearance of Thorn pkui. nnd sfter lhi bonnl had found a Ht'iortage f approximately $r,C00 li his Htvr nt i at cording to the best udvicp'i hrr. six under AnrmeT. Special to Dally leader. Osage Junction, July 19 Six ar rests, tor lynching, were made here today. ST. JOSEPH AGAIN HIT TORNADO STRIKES MIS SOURI TOWN AND WRECKS HOUSES TREMENDOUS RAINFALL Family of Daniel Riorden Had Miraculous Escape (Uy Associated Prewi.l St. Joseph. Mo.. July 19. A tornado and tremendous rain did keavy dam age In St. Joseph and vicinity last night. Houses were wtocked, street j railway traka toru out ami cellars, flooded. 'Hie family of Daniel Iti-; order, a mile east of the olty, had a! miraculous escape from death, being buried in the debris of their rouse, which was demolished Bco.'js r'. houses were washed fiom thoii foun ditlons lu the city In the oiitivlug portions the city sewn a backed up and street were flooded In Brook-, dale, a suburb, score of families were driven from their borucb by the water which reached (list doors. Kansas City Cellars Flooded. Kansas City, Mo, July 10 Furthei rains uoith of here Ust uight caused the Missouri river at Kansas City to rise a little higher and as a result the cellars of tne two dozen wholesale i nouses in the wes txiitoms were par tially Hooded this morning Tho stocks hud previously been lemoved With no ' further ralus the river is -jull low . ' enough to care for the excess volume j . of water. MB. ASP DUCKED NOT ALLOWED TO AD DRESS THE MUSKOGEE CONVENTION DEMOCRATIC OFFICER QUELLS A RIOT Brought on By Franiz-Ray- mond Factions Over Endorsements Speolnl to Dally Loadur. MtiBltogeo, I. T., July 10. Hud hod better, n. llAinncrntle iIpiimIv niiimlinl. carrying two big guns and with a six shootur slmpped to his side, was the presiding officer at n Republican coun ty convention here yesterday nftm noon during a thrilling portion of th jfisuuon. IftPpU rTeSMi wjitr n uisgrnceiu! rim, wiiicu wns cipttntedVhen Henry Asp of Cl.tth- emptdd to make a apueolt and w!,nail,r' '" "' ,lll" dologates to ig iQMt'oamt'iitlon wuro chosen who nn fotf'i'ir'eU' tlckot. Tar Fnuits for gLvarnorr nnd for the constitution un der jirple-rt. TlQs manns that the Raymond H.i man. fytatlon wns whipped to a nlnuri still In" Muskogee county. Tho fight started whon W. II. Twine, the nogro lloor lender for the aull-Frnntz crowd, mado a motn.ii that Henry Asp, the Gantn Fo attor ney, be invited to nddross the cnvni tlon. This followed the nailing on tho wall of a "Frantz for Governor" ban ner. The Asp motion apparently cu rled with a whoop, and the chatrmuu bo declared. It wuh thou Hint the KrtinU conting ent made the discovery that there was a Joker out. They feared that Ray mond had sent for Asp nnd that he would make nu aull-constltutlon speech and stampede the negroes on the delegation to the Raymond stand ard, as tho negroes do not like the constitution anyway With this lu mind 8 P. Harrison, W G. Robertson and J. II. Huckle berry started u movement to head olf Asp and prevent him from speaking When Asp was brought Into the hall by the delegation which had been sent out for that purpose, (here was a demoralising commingling of cheers ami hisses, the crowd urged toward the tnble and "Jim" Huckleberry and W. II. Twine started a list light. A dozen guns were Dashed In n second, knives were drawn and chairs and tablot were swinging In tho air There woro a thousand people lu the hall and the stampede became general. The crowd was imeked so closely Uik most of tho blows wen' futile. Uud Lodbotter nnd half n iloxeu dep uty marshals, assisted by the police, filially scattered tho crowd. Ledbotter took the chairman's tab'o and, waving aloft two big clubs. Dually succeeded in bringing order out of chaos In the meantime Asp disappeared. When the convention again got down to business Walter Falwoll de feated C C Ayers for clwlrman by a vale of 97 to fiO, which exhibited the relative Strength of the Frantz and anti-Fronts sentiment. The tight in this county was made particularly bit ter because of the nntl-Frantz senti ment. The delegation Is anxious for the nomination of Franfx and the placing lit the field o fa complete state ticket. TODAY IN THE DEPARTMENTS. Charters Issued. Obarters were issued from the office of the territorial secretary this moru la to the following corporations: The Southern CYut. of Oklahoma City, with $GflO capital stock Th directors are: D. C. Stout, J M. Crouch and W. U Reams, all of Ok lahoma City The Itlngnaher Telephone company, of Kingfisher, with $10,000 capital stock The directors are - W J Steele, Mary Steele and C It. Steele, all of Kingfisher. The M. Koehler company, of Law- ton, with $35,000 capital stoelc. The directors sic V W Wade and L. J. Beech of Kali view. Imwh M Kobler. of 1,4 w ton Railroad Chartered. A chart or was issued from bhe ter rltoilal secretary's office ths morning to the EI Reno Hallway company, with $100,1X111 capital xtock The com pany pioposes to In. I Id an electric line from Oklahoma f'iiy thiough Kl llano to Geary, a distance ol fifty in I lea. The incorporators are J W Moray, 11 8c ha If er, John Maney. II K Shaf fer and Herman Dittner, of Kl Reno. A Colltoe Fund "Divy." At a meeting of the board for las ing school lands held yesterday evei. , Inf. the moRwy in the eoilvg Imd, I amounting to $Ss,A'3.Z3, being the re ceipts from rentatji from sections 18 ) for the past six months, wni divided equally among Hie several educational Institutions in Oklahoma as follows: University of Oklahoma, Norman, $2,003. Agricultural and MttdnonDcttl col lege, Stillwater, $S.0Q3. Territorial Normal school, EMmond. $2,003 Northwestern Normal school, Alva, $3,603. OSouthw extern Normal school, WenUi erford. $2,803. University Preparatory school, Ton kawn, $2,00.1 Colored Agricultural and Normal university, Lnngstou, $3,003. The amount or this apportionment Is almost double thet of last July, nntl three times greater tnau any July apportionment previous to that time, MORRISON PUTS COUNCIL ON BUM "You can't bullyrag me; I'll show you a thing or two nnd smash your face besides," nnd with threatening lists Councilman Morrison mado for Councilman Walker at the meeting of tho council last night, when a motion wns iniulo to vncuto Councilman Doug lass' place. Morrison nnd Walker nro Republicans. Douglass moved from the Fifth ward n month ngo. Barnes wants Llllle for councilman; Morrison wants "Hob" Overton. "I want you to understand I am the council," " '' .ho mayor. Morrison, Smith, HopKlns Kmost and Dunn leu didn't believe it. Ilnrkor, Walkor and Shearer did. The chief of police sep arated Walker and Morrison. Tho trouble stnrted when Council man Morrison, of the Fourth ward, an nounced thnt Councilman Douglnsa had told him that he had sold his properly in the Fifth wurd and hnd moved to tho Uast Side and hnd not boen living In the ward for a mouth. He movod that the office bo declared vacant. The nmvor and Counoiliimn Wnlkor and Darker contended that It wnB necessary to hnvo tho alderman's resignation before tho council could act. The mayor said "It Is an Insult to a member ot tho council to vote him out of office when ho comes horo and answers to roll call. As long ns ho doos not llle his resignation ho Is Intltled to a seat In the council." Tho law snys that by tho removal' of :i councilman from his ward or rrom tho olty makes his nfficu vacant uud that It Is tho duty of tho council to doalaro the same vacant and to olect (i succosBir o fill tho vacancy. Conn oilman Morrison and Smith quoted the law to tho mayor and the council In tholr nrgumeut in support or Mr. Mor rison's motion to doolaro the oiflco va cated. Tho mayor nud Wnlkor and Uarkor, Jttld they did not believe 'Douglass had moved" and would not take the other ooiiiietlmen'H word for It or ask Mr Douglas hJimudf Doug lass seeing the storm uppi (inching left without being excused Walkr and Morrison clashed He said lie wasn't going to swallow Walker's bluff and started tow aid lit lit The motion was again called for and put ami Walker, Darker, Hhrer and Marties seeing that they were lu for (Meat huirledly left the room so as to break the quorum Smith arose and admonished Hip three If they did not come back that !i would see that ttic council would not have another quorum this year H- Ing that their bluff would not work the three couucilmen and the mayor, who were trying to hold Councilman Douglass In office, 11 led back Into thv council room Morrison, called for tho notion and the mayor timidly put the question It was passed by five to threo. The mayor ruled that "It f'es a majority ot all of the council, (m til ing six) to pass such nn order when there is nothing lu the law that says to." Smith appealnd from the decis ion of the chair ana asked the city nt loruoy whut the law Is on the ques tion. The mayor refused saying "you can't appeal from the decision of the olinlr as I am the whole council; i'vo got the reins." The city attorney said this morning that the mayor's ruling was wrong Those voting to declare the office of Cciinciluiiin Douglass vacant were: Smith. Dunnlca, ISraesl, Morri son uud Hopkins. Those against: Shearer, Walker and Barker. EVIDENCE AGAINST THE MAGILLS States Attorney Claims to Have Suffcient Proof (o Hold Them to Grand Jury Clinton, lit., July II. "I have In my possession evidence that will re sult in the holding of Fred H Ma gill and Fay Magill to the grand jury for murdor." Bute's Attorney Miller mado this statement today a few hour,i after his return from Pueblo. Colo, where be had decided not to continue the Journey to San Diego, but to return to this city and marshal his evidence for the preliminary hem log of Slio ex banker and alpaca wifi. murderer. "Magill and his wife will be arraign id Immediately on their arrival in Clinton ' he added Thre may b. a night a hsion of court Th Ma gills midouiitedl will demand thai they be nllowd to ive ball but the state will rt Ht.t tlilb Mr Mi I ' i -.aid that he htd rtecldtd to return fiom I'ueMo Uc4Ut hu had received a message there from Chief of Police Mouiton of San Dtgo in forming htm that Magill would return without exiitiditlon and that the let ters lefl t. Mr l'vt Magltl had Uh-u Impounded by ilu- authorities "I felt that I wu-4 need In Cllnum, ' he said "Air. MltcuJl ha beeu very 4ctive in that I was needed la CHutan.'lie said fully in touch with the sltuatioa lie OFFICER TOPPED LYNCHING KNOCKED DOWN MOB LEADER WITH BUTT OE WINCHESTER COWED THE CROWD BY NERVY EXHIBITION Two Negroes Had Assaulted White Man and is Wife Special to Dally Ixsndor. 3troud, Okla., July 10. An nltompt. od lynching, following nn assault by two nogroos, Doseoy Sltolton and Totr. Cook, on a whlto man named VIlson, and his wife, who woro trnvollng through the country, was only averted hero last evening by tho norvo ot Deputy Sheriff ,T. W. Lilly, who knock ed the leador of tho lhnb down wltli the butt ond ot a Winchester rlllo, ami throntenod to flro It tlio'otnor mem bers of tho rabblo mado any further olToi o tnko his prlaouor from him. Wilson and his wlfo wero about four miles south ot Stroud, Oklahoma, when thoy woro mot by two nogroes. Tho two pnrtlos lockod wheels In en deavoring to pasB and following nn argument tho nogroos assaulted Wil son, lla wan aovoroly rut about tho head and face with a knlfo In U;o hands of Skollon. The two negrooa thon took a six shooter away from Mrs. Wilson, who wan ondoavorjtig to defand liar husband, cutting her slightly on ono hand, and took to tho wnodH. Deputy Lilly organised a posse and captured the pair n short distance from tho scone ot tho trouble. Vhou he returned to Stroud with his pris oners There were threntfl ot lynching SKeltou. Lilly decided to take f.koKou to Chandler and lodge him In tho county Jail. When he got to iho depot to tak the train a mob of 40 or 60 men and boys were there, carrying a rope, and started to rush the officer. Lilly promptly knocked the man with the rope down wltli his rifle, and, cov erlng tho others with the weapon, quelled the riot Skelton is locked up In the county jail at Chandler Cook Is In tho hold over at Stroud, but Is thought 'o bo In no danger of violence, as he was not concerned to any great oxtont la tho assault. Wilson was painfully Injured, but will recover. Dcltguten to Conference, Governor Prtintz today appointed the following delegates to attend a conference of the section of the Na tional Civic federation on combina tion and trusts to be held In Chicago, September 23 to 20, 1007: II. H. How ard, Oklahoma City. John II. Mounter, Norman: Uniery foster. Chandlor: W. C Tetrlrk. Wackwell; II. A. Parmen ter. Lawton; Robert Lowry, Still water, W W Norfslnger, Kingfisher; Robert Forest. Kl Reno; David P. Martini , Woodward; N. O. Stephenson, Hooker; Heury Dnlow, Arupabo; A H. Russell, Say re could not move as rtpullv n- I can. "No mora time must i lost In pre paring tor the preliminary Anamina tion. I am informed that tho result ' of the analysis will be forwarded tu us In time for the heating. With this and othei ,'idence 1 believe I will have no difficulty in holding the Ma gills If i hud delayed ny return, per haps I would have failed" The iitiiin of the states attorney; rami' ax u Mirprlse and excited cnn Blderablo (oiuiiitnt He csiefully con cealed wli.it tie. accomplished on hla trip tin' H 14 believed that he has streiiK'li n d his cac It is stated that he op nt some time In St. Louts usct ti.tiniiiL: what the Magllls did during 'hi n Hojoum there Hie hasty return is m illted to a desire to has ten th. vk in of investigation here, vliid, hah ,,! rather mora slowly tuii was anticipated in the past few days Sheriff Campbell and his prisoners are expected lu Clinton July 33. They will anivo at niht Today, Arthur Meittin, h wtui u tinted, according to AHMdtaiit Sute Attqrney Mitchell sr an an. ssory to Mini MaglU's mur dei, will b. arraigned la he county i ii iiit (Continued on Pago C) i'' ., M,ft SWEijUJtfllM JHUiftnHHWMsJ 1HMW9-mxi4 . U' -- u -t