named had R. by grand a that be complaints not the who after ? Vil TO INTERFERE IN Y Youth Condemned To Death At Boonville Still In Prison Here. FATHER VISITS HIM FREQUENTLY Governor Doubts Authority To Interfere Unless Justice Is Cheated. other Â· 'the wiped warrants ;* ty more program the hg will ire by county in" not Governor Caulfield today indicated R that^he wolud not interfere with 'hangings ot Lawrence Mabry,. 19, en iit and William Mosley, ,of St. Louis,; by the Supreme Court for January'j" gambling not information informally if accompanied underworld lawlessness its heads thousands "I do riofc believe that-the governor has the authority to intervene except where he believes there ;are of justice," prepare ases of miscarriage Caulfield said. The governor said, however, that ie might ask physicians to examine Vfosley, negro, to judge his sanity. The governor received a. letter'to- lay from A. L. Wackwitz, St. Louis xttomey, who wrote the governor hat no mental test had been made of Mosley. Mosley killed three persons in St. Louis, in a fit of fc was charged, when he accused common law wife of being untrue to him. Mabry was convicted of the of killing William Bush m Sedaha n a h'-M-up. Mabry will be hang- of It in Boonvillc. A petition Is now being circulated to ask the governor for clemency Mabry's case. Mabry is still confined at the prison here for safe keeping. He will remain here until a short time before the date of execution, when he will be taken to Boonville, he is to be hanged. His father and other near relatives frequently visit the condemned youth at the prison. They have circulated petitions for clemency based upon the fact that his confederate in the crime escaped with a lighter sentence.