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MUTINY IN OKLAHOMA PEN
Former Judge, Two Officers, Guard
find Three Prisoners Slain.
TRIO MAKES DASH FOR LIBERTY
Armed I'rtnonrra Kit Four and llle
Themselves In Untile- Murder
er Use Telephone (ilrl
M'ALBSTKR. Okl., Jnn. LU-Seven per
sons were killed and three injured' In a
pistol battle at the state penitentiary
here late today which resulted when
three prisoners armed with revolvers
made a dash for liberty.
One of those killed was 'John It.
Thomas of Muskogee, formerly United
States district judge and at ono tlmo a
member of congress from Illinois, lie
was shot by a prisoner.
JOHN U. THOMAS, Muskogee, formerly
United States district Juige.
H. H. DUOVKlt. superintendent Her
PATRICK OATHS, assistant deputy
V. C. GOIJFUUY, guard.
CHINA IIKI2D, under sentence of two
years for larceny.
TOM LANK, l'uul's Valley, under live-
year sentence for forgery.
CHARLES KOONTZ, Comanche county,
serving forty years' sentence for man
John Martin, turnkey, shot through
C. Ii. Wood, guard, shot through arm.
Mary Foster, tclephfane operator, shot
At 12ml of Daj'n Work.
The attempted niutlnj- occurred at tho
end of the day's-work and was led by
Reed, Lane and Koontz.
The three men worltcd In tho tailor
shop, and when their work was ended
they approached the back door of the
office In tho administration building.
There they met Martin, the turnkey.
They told Martin they wnntcd to see
the parole officer. As Martin opened the
door Reed struck him repeatedly with a
large revolver, Bhot him through the
cheak and robbed tho turnkey of his keys.
Then tho threo prisoners, all armed with
tovolvers and shouting to others to fol
low, ran towards the. warden's office
There they met Oates, the assistant war
den, and before he could defend himself
Reed shot him through the heart.
Convicts Shunt teucournsemcnt.
The greatest confusion ensued. Con
victs ran about shouting words of en
couragement to tho mutineers. By this
time tho guards wcro alert and began
firing. A random shot passing through
a door In the office of Drover, the Ber
tlllon officer, killed him. He was rushing
to the aid of follow officers when ho fell.
Godfrey, tho guard, sprang directly
Into the path of the mutineers, dis
charging his revolver at tXem. He, too,
fell a victim to Reed's deadly aim.
John R. Thomas, formerly United States
district Judge and widely known through
Oklahoma, was sitting in the. warden'
office, awaiting tho return of Warden R.
W. Dick, with whom he had a business
"Thero must bo some trouble outsMe,"
he said, as ho arosa and walked toward
the door of the warden's office. Appar
ently mistaking Judge Thomas for the
warden, the mutineers fired a volley of
shots at him. Ho .sank to tho floor mor
Turn Over Svrltchbonrd.
Fearing an alarm might be given by the
telephone operator, Mary Foster, the three
men next gavo their attention to the
telephone switchboard. They turned it
over, and trlod to dlsconnoct .It.
"You come with us," they shouted as
they dragged the girl Into the prison yard
holding her before them to keep the
guards from shooting.
Shielded by the girl's presence and
cheered on by 1,500 convicts, the three
men mado helr way across the prison
Only or.a shot was fired at them, and
It struck tho girl.
As she sank to the ground, wounded,
the convicts sprung -to tho prison gate.
With tho keys they had taken from Turn
key Martin, they unlocked it and were
free. Outsldo the gate tho horse and
buggy of Warden Dick was hitched. The
threo men sprang Into it.
On the wall guns began to belch forth
at the fleeing convicts. Guards and prison
officials quickly mounted horses and tho
pursuit of tho convicts began. It was
short-lived. Tho heavy load Warden
Dick's horse was pulling soon ended tho
fight The guards wore overtaking tho
"You'll never tako us alive." shouted
Reed, as he stood up in no buggy and
fired at the' approaching officers. Tho
other convicts bent low to avoid the spat
terlng bullets. Reed fought tho fight
alone. Fear-stricken, the others crouched
behind tho staggering horse. Tho guard
nourpd n morftllens fire Into tho bugg?.
The horse fell and tho convicts ceased
unng. xne mreo mutineers lay in a
heap In the bullet-riddled buggy, dead.
I'rUoners Soon Muliiliit'il.
Although the greatest confusion pre
vailed among the 1,500 prisoners, the
guards soon subdued them and none es
Warden Dick wnB unable tonight to ac
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count for how tho convicts secured the
revolvers. It Is believed they were se
creted near tho prison by friends. One
of the guards told tonight of hearing a
motor car stop In the road near tho prison
last night. He said the car remained out
side tho prison several minutes, then
Tho authorities believe this car had
something to do with tho mutiny. Reed,
I. ono and Koonts wcro known in tho
prison as "bad men." Reed had a long
criminal record In the early days of the
old Indian territory. He was sentenced
to two yenrsln prison last year on a
chargo of stealing a horse. Lane camo
from Paul's Valley on a forgery sentence
of flvo years, while Koonts was sorvlng
forty years tor manslaughter,
Ontrn HnttKli Illrirr.
Patrick Oates, the assisted deputy
warden, came hero from western Okla
homa. Ho waa ono of the most popular
officers at tho prison. Ho served In
Colonel Roosevelt's rough rlcr regiment
during the Spanish-American war.
Drover had been a photographer In Mc
Alestcr for years and had but recently
accepted tho placepf Bertlllon officer at
Are Picked in Tryout
Louis D. Kavanagh, law '15: Kdward J.
Robins, law '15. and Kdward F. Sheehan.
law '16, were chosen members of the
Crelghton varsity debating team at tho
final tryout held In court room No. 1 of
tho Crelghton college .of law Monday
evening. Matthew V. Ilrossard, law "16,
was chosen as altcrnato In case ono of
tho others cannot tako part In debates.
Kavanagh Is a South Omaha boy and
a member of tho class of '12 at tho
Crelghton arts college. He gained a
reputation whllo at that plnco as a public
speaker. Robins halls from II eel n, tf. D
and vas a member of last year's debat
ing squad. Shechan's home Is at Butte,
Mont. Brossard, chosen as alternate, was
also alternate on last year's squad, and
lives at Columbus, Wis.
Monday evening's contest was a debate
on tho subject, "Resolved, That tho act
of congress exempting United States ves
sels engaged In coastwise trado from
Panama canal tolls be repealed."
Tho annual debato with the University
of South Dakota will be held In tho Uni
versity auditorium Friday evening,
Crew Puts Drunken
Capt&in in Irons
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 20. Towel by
a tug, the full rigged British ship, Phila
delphia, bound from Portland for tho
English channel with a cargo of grain,
put Into port hero tonight with its cap
tain virtually a prisoner 'and Us sailors
keeping the ship's log.
Members of tho crew assert that tho
captain was intoxicated for several days.
They declared In this condition ho mado
them spread on all tho canvas tho ship
carried during a terrific storm. They
charged that as they wcro making fast
tho anchor he drovo them off. Tho
anchor fell crashing against tho side of
tho ship and breaking In several places,
water rushed In and through tho trip
there were two or threo feet In tho
forecastlo. Finally they handcuffed the
captain. He remained handcuffed for
more than an hour. Ho remained vlr
tually a prisoner from tnen until the
boat reached hero today.
SUTTON SEES NEBRASKA
DENY CITY HOME RULE
"The tlmo Is coming when tho state of
Nebraska will deny to Omaha. Its much
boasted home rule," declared Judge A.
L. Sutton In a speech beforo tho brother
hood of the Hanscom Parle Methodist
church last night. "Moro than 40 per
cent of tho entire number of criminals
in the state penitentiary como from
Douglas county. Tho cities aro breeding
places of crime, and tho state will event
ually tefuse to foot tho bills for their
He stated that whllo tho lncrcaso of
population In a stated period was but
10 per cent, yet crlmo had Increased more
than 30 per cent during the samo period
Among other reforms, ho ndvocatcd a
workhouse and separate state Instltu
tlona for tho habitual criminal, and the
At the meeting of tho brotherhood last
night tho following officers were elected
for the ensuing year: Dr. C. F. Clark,
president; O. F, Myers, secretary; W. F.
Colfass, first vice president; E. E,
Foshler, second vice president; Arthur
Itedgowlck, third Vice president; J. "V.
Jones, fourth vlco president; W. M. Hal-
comb, treasurer; E. M. Reynolds, chap
DANISH FOLKS CELEBRATE
Tho Danish association celebrated its
forty-second year's birthday Monday with
a banquet in Washington hall. It Is tho
oldest of all Danish societies, Tho toast
master, Carl Nielsen, introduced the
speakers, II. Schonboe for tho society,
S, A. Corncer for America, Fritz Jacobsen
for Denmark, John Mathlescn for the
women. T. S. Bolen spoke of his expert'
ence out in Nebraska and Wyoming forty'
seven years ago. I Hansen, the prcal
dent, Tj. O. Thrane and several others
also spoke. The banquet over the people
spent the remainder of the evening danc
FORREST HUYCK, STUDENT
AT CREIGHTON. IS DEAD
According to a telegram received Mon
day evening by Crelghton dental stu
dents. Forrest (Jack) Huyck, a Junior in
the Crelghton College of Dentistry, died
In a hospital in Grand Island, his home.
Monday evening. Huyck Is well known
at Grand Island, IiIh father being em
ployed by tho Union Pacific at that plac
He was very popular with the Crelghton
students, was a good student and a so
clablo fellow. He was president of his
class, prominent as a member of the
Delta Sigma Delta fraternity at the den
tnl college and a member of the dental
college foot ball team.
NEW FIREMAN TO BE ADDED
TO EACH COMPANY IN CITY
City Commissioner C. II. Withncll will
add one new fireman to each fire com
pany In the city, ten in all, during tho
new year. Shortage of funds will pro.
hlblt the commissioner's plan of purclias
inir new apparatus, but 10,000 feet of new
hose will be advertised for next week.
Slomni'h Trouble lllMtiiprnr
by using Electric Bitters, best remedy for
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ADMITS KILLING HIS SPOUSE
Julia Blake, 15, Begs Robert Hig
gins to Dispose of Her Mother.
SHE TELLS OF HER INFATUATION
Womnn rtemnn to Grow Snuplclonn of
Helntlnnx of the Pair nnd They
Decided to Make Airny
OAUSSUURCI, 111., Jan. SO.-Robert Hlft
glns confessed today that he murdered
his wife nt Now (tendcrson, 111., Jan. R, so
ho would be freo to marry his stepdaugh
ter, Julia Flake, IS years old.
He was arrested after the girl told
States Attorney John M, Wilson of Mer
cer county of her Infatuation for ltlgglns
and that she importuned him to dispose
of her mother who, sho said, was tho only
obstaclo to her happiness.
Tho prosecutor hesitated to believe the
girl's story of tho extraordinary pact
entered Into with her stepfather, nut sho
told how they had schemed for hours de
vising a plan which would mako Mrs.
Hlgglns' death appenr accidental. Bho
said sho was in tho next room when Hlg
glns fired the shotgun which brought In
stant death to her mother. Sho told how
Hlgglns raved and struggled with neigh
bors for possession df the gun. saying
that he would end his own life. Then
when the excitement subsided somewhat,
sho said, they explained that Hlgglns
had been cleaning tho gun and It hnd
been accidentally discharged
Their story was so convincing that the
coroner's Jury returned a verdict of acci
dental death. No ono of the 300 restdents
of the village suspected anything regard
ing- Mrs. Hlgglns' death, and they com
forted the widower and his apparently
C. V.'. Ernst, a maternal uncle of the
girl, took two letters written by Julia
Flake one to himself and ono to hla
daughter, to Stato's Attorney Wilson. In
tlieso letters tho girl offered part of a
legacy she Is to recelvo when she be
comes of ago provided they would help
kill her mother. Mr. Wilson thought the
letters wcro written In a fit of anger, but
ho Investigated. Saturday he called on
Stato's Attorney A. J. Boutello of Knox
county and Sunday they went to sco Ju
lia, who was at the homo of another
uncle, A. J. Ernst, at llormon. Thoy
wcro nstounded by her story.
Hlgglns, who Is 16 years, old and sev
eral years the Junior of the woman he
killed, was found today at New Hender
son. Ho was questioned for several hours
and made many contradictions. En route
to tho county Jail nt Alcdo In an auto
mobile ho broko down.
Can't Stmtil It I.oimer.
I can't stand It any longer," he
moaned. "I'll tell ovcrythlng."
The Journey was interrupted at Alexis,
whero Hlgglns was taken Into a bank
and Blgncd a typewritten confession. He
gave what he said wcro all the details
of the murder plot and asserted his In
fatuatlon for his stepdaughter was the
cause of It all. He Bald that Mrs. Hlg
glns becamo suspicious of his relations
with her daughter and they planned to
get rid of nor.
Hlgglns' condition wns such when the
county seat was reached that his hastily
provided attorneys waived preliminary
The girl, who Is at the home of an
aunt here, became hysterical on learning
of Hlgglns' confession.
Julia' First I'ropoanl.
In tho letter written to Miss Ernst,
Julia made her first proposal to bargain
for tho murder of her mother. This let
"Dear Honey: I wonder If your father
would entertain any notion of killing
mother. If he does, I wish that he would
'lurry up and do It, as I am getting
awful tired. I wish he would try to
como over hero to Wlndhams a couple
of days next week. Of course, ho would
havo to do it when father and I aro
away. Ho could go to the house when
father is shucking corn and I am In
school. Tell him to como and sco me
The letter she wrote to her undo was
Mr. Ernst told the state's attorney he
did not Inform Mrs. Hlgglns of tho let
ters 'jecauso ho wns not on speaking
terms with her, but that ho did go to
tho school houso and tell Julia not to
write any more such letters.
SUTTON NATIONAL BANK
IN VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION
(Prom a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON. Jan. 20.-(Speclal Tele
gram.) Tho comptroller of tho currency
haB received notice that the Huttna Na
tional bank Is going Into voluntary liqui
dation. Tho State Hank it Sutton, re
cently orsanlzcd, with W. A. Sloan, a
brother of representative Sloan, as presi
dent, was made liquidating ng?nt of the
national bank. 'The Sutton National bank
was In a financial condition siUBfoctnry
to the government, to the depositors and
stockholders, but as the ban'clng laws of
Nebraska are regarded as particularly
strong, In view of the guaranty feature,
the voluntary liquidation on the part of
the Sutton National bank was deefded
PUBLIC SCHOOL HONOR ROLL
The Iloll of Honor of OhibUm
Public School Pupil vrlll he found
on Patre HlKUt of thU Uuc of The
suffer discomfort are languid,
fretful and nervous, because their
blood Is thin or Insufficient, but
if those so afflicted could fully
realize the wonderful blood-mak-ins
properties of SCOTT'S EMULSION
they would not deprive themselves
of its benefits.
Nourishment alone not drugs or
alcohol makes blood and Scoff's
Emuhion is the essence of medical
nourishment free from wines,
alcohols or opiates.
SCOTT'!) EMULSION after mtah
fills hollow checks, overcomes
languor and makes tranquil
nerves. . . .
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Dnrlas; the last fifteen daya mauy peoplo hare taken adrantoffo of the extremely low prices quoted.
Havtf twftra in our hittery have we sold in am mr so winy Sttiwway, Wtfef,
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This Is the most important Phno fralo that (haaha has erer kaoire.
Xnabo Practice Piano $
Fease Upright Piano 9
Schmoller & Mueller Upright Piano. 9
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Korris & Hyde Upright Piano $
ConoTer Bros. Pracuoo Piano 9
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Irving Upright Piano 9
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Suits nnd Ovorcouts worth $18.00
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Suits and Overcoats worth $30.00
Suits nnd Overconls worth $U5.00.
The Best Fabrics, the Best
for fall and winter 1913-14.
375 Men's Suits Mndo to sell
at $12.00; manufacturers' surplus In
fino assortment of colors
and patterns, cholco,
Unquestionably tho boat suit values
at tho prlco Bhown In Omaha.
MORE TIME TOWATER USERS
Irrigation leaders Agree on Changes
with Secretary Lane.
DEPAETMENT IS GIVEN LEEWAY
Itrond Latitude to Heorclniry In De
ciding; Whnt Allowance May
lie Mario on Different
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON, Jan. 20.-(8pcclal Tele
gram.) Representative Smith of Toxas,
chairman of the Irrigation commltteo of
the house, today Introduced t. bill that Is
of vast Interest to occupants of Irrigated
lands throughout tho west and Is tho out.
come of many conferences held betweon
the secretary of tho Interior department,
Director Newell of the reclamation sorv-
Ice; General Davis, chief of tho engineer
board of tho army; Judge Dlcn, legal ad.
visor of the reclamation service, and a
subcommittee of tho Irrigation committee,
Representatives Smith of Texas, Taylor
of Colorado and KInkald of Nebraska.
These had a final conference at the
home of Secretary Lane yesterday, last
ing throughout tho forenoon. As a re
sult a number of modifications were de
cided upon, differing somewhat from
The bill as Introduced by chairman
Smith provides for twenty years' tlmo In
which to mako water rights paymonts.
It gives a broad discretionary latitude to
tho secretary of tho interior to meet tho
varying conditions of the numerous
projects, differing from each other In
many respects. Every project will be
allowed twenty years In the aggregate,
Including projects now In operation and
In courso of development If the peculiar
conditions Justify, the secretary Is per
mitted to allow a project which has al
ready run several years twenty years'
more time, or tho holder under the gov
ernment will be permitted to commence
again, so far as time Is concerned. This
new bill does not provide that a cash
payment of 10 per cent lie paid at the
time of tho filing, as the former con
ference recommended, and as has been
stated In Tho Bee, yet tho secretary will
be permitted to require a reasonable cash
payment when the filing Is made.
It Is contemplated that flvo years at
tho start will be given without any pay
ments on the construction charges, but
payments must be made during these flvo
years for maintenance charges. All the
members from districts where thero ate
Irrigation projects will be Invited to con
fer with the secretary and the Irrigation
committee befpre the bill Is reported out
of the committee.
HOUR AND QUARTER GO
WHEN POLICE STEP IN
LiTONS, Neb., Jan. . ISpeclal Tele
gram.) Police stopped a wrestling match
tonight between Hoes Robinson of Lin
coln and Steve Cannon of Lyons after
It had gone an hcur and fifteen minutes
without a fall. Much disappointment was
felt by the local contingent, who believed
Cannon had tho better of the contest.
Jako Aaron of Lincoln was referee.
Price. Sale Frk.
Schmoller & Mueller Upright Piano. 9 450
Schnbert Upright Piano 9 825
Emerson Upright Piano 9 425
Garlord Upright Piano 9 250
Knabe Upright Piano 9 000
Emerson Upright Piano 9 500
Knabe Upright Piano 9 500
J. P. Hale Upright Piano 9 250
Chlckerlng & Son Grand Piano 91,200
Geo. Steck Grand Piano 9 800
or Overcoat Now
Patterns, tho Best Styles produced
Boys Belted Overcoats $5.00
hnd $6.00 values, puro worsted
fnbrics, in very best stylo nnd
colorings, nil sizes; to ($A
close nt, choice.
OMAHA FATHER TOO LATE
IN PURSUIT OF CUPID
AT. II. Young, 2130 Saratoga street,
Omaha, called upon tho Council Bluffs
pollco lato Iant night to assist In finding
his daughtor, Dorothy, aged 17, a high
school girl, lie said ho feared sho had
olopod with C. C. Downs, an Omaha
youth, 23 years old. Inquiry developed
that tho young- people had secured a
license at the county court house In tho
Bluffs and wero married by Justlco
Tho young girl gavo her ago as 18, and
the rather dim light aided her In con
cealing her youthful appearance. Mr.
Young wantod tho local pollco to detain
them If they could be found. Inquiry at
the hotels did net discover them, and
they aro evidently enjoying their honey
moon. Young Downs gave his address
as Cleveland, O., and told the Justlco that
ho was going to return homo nt onco
with his wlfo.
CITY EMPLOYES ENJOY
OPEN HOUSE AT Y M. C. A.
About 100 city employes enjoyed an
open house program at tho Young Men's
Christian association last night. Mayor
James C. Dahlman attended and mado a
speech, Alt the branches of tho city
government wero represented and many
of the men were heads of departments or
prominent officials. Music was furnished
Stoppsd Hwrsla mi
Mrs. Rudolph NUchke, Ocon
to, Wis., writes: I hare ueed
Sloan's Liniment for too thsche
and neuraltls. In the head
where notlilnr eltewould help,
and I would not be without the
Liniment In the house."
Mrs. CM.Dowkerof Johin
neeburr. Mich., wjltes: "1 wlili
to say Your Liniment U the
bett medicine In the world. It
has cured me of neuralgia;
those pains have all pone and
i can truly say your Liniment
did cure me."
Former Price. Sale Price.
Free Llle Insurance
CerrrUht tint Scaeffecc tt UUX
by the association band, which Is directed
by Dr. A. D. Laird, and consists of oVer
sixty skilled musicians. . .
Games and contests wcro presented In
tho gymnasium for tho entertainment ,ot
tho guests. A wrestling exhibition iy
Pollco Officers Holden and PszauowsUy
was ono of tho features, General Secre
tary K. F. Denlson explained tho work
of tho association and Invited tho visitors
to become members and share Its privi
leges. SLOAN WILL DELIVER
ADDRESS AT BALTIMORE
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON, Jnn. 30. (Special Tele
gram.) Representative Sloan, of the
Fourth district, has accepted an Invitation
to deliver tho Lincoln day address before
the Union louuuo club of Baltimore Fgis
Mllner Ulan Returns, '
LOGAN. Ia., Jan. 20. (8pecIal.)-Geore
Hazzard, who disappeared from his hot
for here, near Bocbeetown, Unlonburg,''.!?
Neola and Persia Friday ntght, and othSr
towns, Is now at homo and all Is wqll.
Mr. Hazzard will doubtless give a full x
planatlon of his trip away from honj'a
In due time.
The Persistent ana Judicious Use qf
Newspaper Advertising Is th Road to
not slowly after n while but at
oncel The effect of Sloan' Lini
ment is magical. You have but to
lay It gently on the afflicted, spot
-and prestol It goes right through tho
flesh straight to tho source of tho ache,
and soothes, soothes, soothes till all tho
pain Is quickly gone.
Don't wait till pain visits, you buy
a bottle of Sloan's Liniment today
keep it in tho houso it's the best
known insurance against achesand
ChtmI trriftty Ssra Threat
Mr. Henry L. Caulk, of lit Wilson Street.
Wllminxton, Del., write: "I bousut a bottle
of Sloan's Liniment for the quinsy sore throat
and it cured me. I shall always keep a bottle
B "SBbC eHH .
IU WO I1DUK,
Is also unequalled for asthma, bronchitis,
and the "grippe." Try itl
At H dealsre. Pricss, ?5&, 54k. and $VH
DR. EARL S. SLOAN, fee. testa, Kmc.
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