Washington Irving - Fenstermacher
MARK IRVING TRAIL SIGHT OF HUSBAND MADE HER CRAZY Caluma, Mich., April 16.—One year agro Mrs. Annie Kuusaisto attacked her husband with an axe. Inflicting injuries injuries which almost resulted fatally. She was afterward committed to an asylum. Today th^ woman, recently discharged as cured, again attacked her husband with an axe as he lay sleeping and killed him. Her arrest followed. REPORT Of Tulsa Federal Grand Jury Includes A Few Tulsa Joint Keepers Amdng The Iqdicted Tulsa, Okla., April 16.—(Special.)— The United States grand Jury, which has been in session here nine days, completed its labors Tuesday night and a final report was made to Judge Toumans, who Isp residing at this term of court. Today the trial of crim- ihal cases was taken up and it is expected expected that the coutr will be In session session for the remainder of the month. Theagitation started some time ago against the United States marshal's office, the subordinates of which are alleged to have discriminated against other parts of eastern Oklahoma in favor of Tulsa had some effect, for the Jury in its closing hours returned true bills against a number of Tulsa Just Bs soon as the public schools of the state close in June, the Boy Scouts of Oklahoma will begin their work of searching out and permanently permanently marking the exact trail Washington Irving on his tour of prairies. June 9 has been fixed ff the date for the start and the worl^f will be continued three weeks. 'The' work will be apportioned to the scout patrols of varlouc cities and will be under the direction of C. H. Fenstermacher. Fenstermacher. of Muskogee, and C. E. Buchner, Buchner, of Tulsa. It la something of a marvel that when the grreat American author made his trip through then unbroken wilderness, wilderness, he should pass within five miles of the future sites of thp three biggest cities in Oklahoma. Muskogee, Muskogee, Tulsa and Oklahoma City scout.s will honor his memory, then, and all three of the cities will have equal claim to a star part In the celebration. Starting from Muskogee on June 9, twenty-flve or thirty picked scouts will start from Muskogee, with provision provision wagons, and Individual packs Of the "light marching order." will pick up the Irving trail at the crossing over the Grand r)eeir Fort Gibson. The trail leads close to Porter and Broken Arrow, and scouts from these cities will oin the Muskogee hikers at these points. At Tulsa, thirty-five or forty scouts from Tulsa will Join the party, and the whole caravan will swing southwestward, following the trail as it bears out west of Guthrie and Oklahoma City and finishing near the latter place about July 2. Monuments win be dedicated at the two ends Of the trail trip, and at the, famou.s camping ground near Tulsa. Scouts from Tulsa have alrea a doubt two s each city, of which Irving speaks especially. especially. The scenes of Irvlng'a \lslt near Fort Gibson and ng grouna near luiaa, Oklahoma City and readv Identified without lies of camps, one near thp various camp-sites »p.nd the line of march are too well known and honored by tra- dition to need much identifying at thi.s end of the trail.