Rancher W.K. Hale

(Original Caption) Confession in Deaths of Osages Reported. Guthrie, Oklahoma: Important developments in the Osage Indian murder investigation before a Federal Grand Jury were seen, January 11, at Guthrie, Oklahoma, in semi-official information that Ernest Burkhardt, nephew of W.R. Hale, termed "King of the Osage Hills," had made a confession. The death penalty will be asked by federal prosecutors in the Hale trial. Above, W.K. Hale, the wealthy ranchman who is being held. January 12, 1926.
(Original Caption) Confession in Deaths of Osages Reported. Guthrie, Oklahoma: Important developments in the Osage Indian murder investigation before a Federal Grand Jury were seen, January 11, at Guthrie, Oklahoma, in semi-official information that Ernest Burkhardt, nephew of W.R. Hale, termed "King of the Osage Hills," had made a confession. The death penalty will be asked by federal prosecutors in the Hale trial. Above, W.K. Hale, the wealthy ranchman who is being held. January 12, 1926.
Rancher W.K. Hale
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