Hawkins and Chaloupek 1911
HAWKINS HAS HOPES, APPEALS Oklahoma city, July 11.—(Spl:) — Ralph Hawkins, who secured -$200 from a Bohemian Jall-mate In" Wa- fonga' on a promise to have .a. larceny case against the latter dismissed, appealed appealed to the criminal court of appeals appeals Monday, from the three years and $600 fine, which w^s jthe sentence sentence given Kini." ' Bonaeal Chaloupek, the Bohemian, was in iail awaiting trial for stealing 60 bushels of wheat. Hawkins assured assured him that his case could be dls- mlBsed^^r T?0:3 and havliig the money in hand, persuaded the foreigner foreigner to sign an affidavit that he had never paid the bribe. The case was not dismissed.