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TULSA DAILY wotu.D, TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 1020
Judge Williams OrstCI
Against Evil; Oct's
TREATS 'EM ROUGH
(Ambler a Thief; N'egliRent
Officers Worst; Sticks
Man Running Hall.
huve a fine phMi Id mrr )irtpli llki
you. hut If vim run ruio ournlf, K"
much the better." s.. ihty went "
ihrlr way. raaylV4 thai l.pavrnwnrtli
.Mil river M theni
I'. W Mlllrr, lm wan fnr a itlmrt
time United Btatea dlatrlel attorney,
tippeiirerl In OOaft In behslf f n'i
nf thM defendant, Mtlltr espials
ril that Winn hi client had p.
peaieil In court tn pleitrl. Ihe rll
iAtjl mother had Juet dtM,
"That' funny." Interrupted the
JudC'v "IVualiy If bOOSIISi the
Mother'! all' thit I defealplsnt
eyftnte rlemin' so hi f.tn keep titr
allyr. Now here ,n rump with a
mother that a dSd.
"It'e funny how all thep.e defend
Mil have wlv or molhrm who
nee, Ihein at home It's funny thev
never get any hnrhelnm Iti mint."
suit the Jiiilge. and pht body In the
i-oiii I rimtii UiiKheil
ken Arrow which haa a paid up
capital of 900, and deposit! of
II la rPRafdpd 0i 0110 of
the eirnngrat flnan, lal IftatltUtlSM
in the eminty outaldi' of Tuiaa. Mr
R0W0 hear an exeell.-nt repiitmlon
:ia a hur.mrae man of Rood cli.iiir'rr
i ml Integrity.
'I'm (chid Tate ltr',in and Mirth
lewia are nut of tha democratic
party' RlRMI l reported M hae
Mid raf'rda. hla p.ii' of the run
v:aatlon betnj b'rsrhosrd h I -on
t'onnax "ThOM f0ll0W0 and COIMI
ypaterdai" afternoon, ahortiv after
linwe hail held i long dlatanci- Con
versation with A lurhrc. of Mtiaka
aee, chairman of the aluli diction
Would Do li jrnui
' If I had It to do OVSf .main. I
mould no lh aatnc thine.' Mr Row
declared, referring to hit act mn in
votmtfMo ouat Klnn0) " Herbra told
tnc ihat no ehaigaa hud hocn pcr-
fprpod ayalnai nti He a.iid lOrna
follow at Tulsa had akcd that I
ha rfiiiiivfil Thit la Ihe privilege
'of ihr atata election hoard
l.inn and that food) food hum h I tWl you would Ml mo right "ii
got ma mil nfier the had none to '"' thing" Mr How.- Mid "It '
1 lot ..f expense for attorney'i feea r ported that 1 voted to remove
and In octiHni! aff lil.iv lla Hi: 1 cot l:ntie hceii uo lip gave com UK
Rora oui bl hist uainu a Iwo.onl I UfOi 10 Mr. rurian. a
Another part of lh0 came convcr-
rcport IpiCulillOfl waa rlfp fta to
hi 'her the removal of Howe and
lha appoinimrnt if Ncal would re
mit in i einatal ing Kinney aa an eleC.
tion official Mm' intlmatloni
heard unofficially w to tjjp effect
that (hit opium- iroald hp lollowid
al. the new 0ppdtAt00i la re
gardi d b many hup- 00M iiipii and
il nciualntam-pa 00 n lupporlrr
of the priMonI dim oo ei tic ctt tickat,
ind ffOn the aantp 00VfO0 I' la ru
morpd that lu will glvp hla aup
pOfl to all POllOlM adlocalPd hv the
.itlmtiiiMiration and III .nlhci cuts
Apprtatd of Klnniy'i romkrlti
eonrarnlng htm a. id Tata Brady, and
CottO I. Inn, who. with othaia werp
IroferrOd to aa tha "goody goodv
hunch. S. II (BU0k) lwla, re
"It'e Inmintprlal to top what Kin
ney euya 0bOUl toe I'm hOI out of
MM denioctatic party, hut I ipfusa
lo glva my anelion or MPpOfi to
iany ticket that la hackad and hnoatfcl
I fey aup'h nu-n aa him I am for thP
tupn In Una plarllon. poliilcal llnoa
arp for the prpapnt forgotten I re-
.Kaid thte action the ie-mnal of
Kowp aa an outragp "
Thinge lookPd pretty rosy for C, !..
T.ong, dpfendant in a whleky cae, In
fOdiral ouil yiaterday. when he ap
,.ared hpfore ludge llobert L,. WU"
ania for aontpnte.
This young man haa an hnnora
dlach.irge from the army, your
honor," aii i M lurundali, who
0. c present to aak clemency Tori
1. utig The 1000 of I ho Judge linmc
dtitiiy went Into beneflc aaipeet.
la-fa ee It." he aald to long. X. hilc
tht judgp r0fl 00Mnlnlni hi
rhargi, Archlhahl Bond Unltad
siaiea dlitrlol attorney, p-.ild that he
Had lUit rccplvpd iniormatlon that
t.onc la under an eight yi-ar sentence
to the atatp ponltintlary and Hum he
II nnw conducting u giuuhllng h"Ueo
, I in South Main attcet.
()na of our offlccia makes a atate
nient Ihat he baa haen In the house
.,: ,1 that he hila seen laing lhare,"
Il BMdf Mini.
The faca of the Judge went into
Than the training which Hip judge
raOilYid In hi youth. whPti he was
Birlrtf for the ministry, asserted
nsplf The Judge hlmaelf would
probahly have railed It n Judicial
discourse," which he directed tn I. nig
;ti particular and tha spectators In
the courlr u In general.
A KimbleT la nothing more than
i thief I have always heen glad
thai I w.ui permitted while governor,
in sign a hill which niakca ftmbllnfl
felony A smtiura II injUMnf
ROWE OUSTED FOR
OONTtNUBD PHOM p.m.k cm:
ii rt putllriK l.nnlf Jttf0tM 1 ti
-i I Inn
my pimp -Inwn Ihf'ir. iiuirpiiM'
mCAAllll TtTfMiiui u I "lull that
w nt ttiii ki' ilh ltl t Tf n c I ttiji-p
win do whatttvtr i itll him tn do, i
w n or i t hi ytnihtrr lit 1 1 m primary
bill Ihrv'M httVP 'o R ho ill t1 to K' '
it Ih uii or m iki
i I'ftliro t 'itin m UmIoi h' M l(o:in
lMnc hr-nrt In hi" c.nvlrtlnn fiinl.,,,,, i'0iint AnflMMOr V S IfOOksr,
;pii' if n t'Tflay momlllf in
hmtory ofiS,,Mi sorinc- Tin. ti owrherd
to if i 11 in t if way to Monroe w
hiTirH-'f but i ttmblor it nv!nj cusy
i ff oth r nopl's ninrcv Wtlleta ho
iIop nothing ; nrn ' Ati'1 so, in-
hipRi of eltmi n v itii- hou r. h hand-
iii out it ;iix nom hJi u!l .tent moo
Hnd n fin
ti .Lnothor 0MM Mfindftnl hf,l
rfitiTiri a plM "1" K'Hlty to harn
of mlMPproprtotftng oboul $;iT.uni of
th fundM of Tnlf.i hank. It d vtI
f.prrt that thto monfy uhh loMt at a
"Dldn l you omottnt in lur
inc th InvpntlfTfttlonM for th romo
aal of crrtain rity offlrlalH. Pimr
th.it yon knew when pambllnj platen
wnrr hfinjf rondurt ft '' " .tudj;' Wil
lianm ikd the dofrnfliint.
"I tnadp a itAtOmonl to th crond
Jury." th drfcprlant repllod.
Thf judfr Rfcaln paid his rnprrtu
(catnhlors hut drclard that the.
man who plicM hlft trade as a (Tft-TTt- '
hler it not M much of a criminal M J
h officer of the law WhO permits,
him to do this "No matter how
hijrh he holds his head." said the
jiidpc, "a g-amblor l a erook."
Whn come to violator? of the
narcotic law. it's a ood plan to
Wrrp the, defendatits in auspense.
They re fn probation, .lust po lone as;
hre ,i nenterice liantrlna over
tha nti .Iiid( Wllllatn finds. Actina
on this theory, he told three defend
ants in narcotic rajtes that ho would ,
continue their caces until July. "Tn
lha meantime." ho cautioned them.;
' You'd bettor wntch yourself Tou I
can ao to 1eavenworth where they
tru- in nia democracy.
Nevei before tn (he
pOlltlOt In Tulsa founty has so raw
and unw.irrMtUrd a d.t1 L.en pullOd
off on the very eve ,if h tntinhltpol
election It hut illustrau the des
tforatlon to which the opponent of
law and orrlep and g o4 (Cvorn
ment arc now put In their effort to
porpOtUAtfl their domlnltlon of tha
city affair. for anothe iwi yeaiH.
The removal of llOWJ Imi i I SO
itfcniflcancc aside from Its Immed
iate b0aftn n whether t he demo
craia or the republiiaiw will be vic
torious in today' ofraj II Is a
direct i hallenK' lo i tn decent r le
nient In the democratic party to
combat. It victorious in the election
today Hons Kinney and his OfOWd
can ittAp theij- finpers at all ep.
tuents of Tulsa's citizenship de
siring better Rfivernnient for It
means th tt the democratic party In
Tulsa belonfl to thern body and
Yostertlay'H dcvelopmei '-u there
for' hava moda the bottia today one
not so much between te locratM a i l
republloann as conflict in which
I he real democrat! themse'vn can
only hope to perpetuate their pa-fy
Ideals through the defeat of their
own party candidates. Otherwise
in the future no candidate will p i
Mima to announce for any office or
appointment except ho bear the Al-lison-Kinney
g Hank President.
Mr. Howe in president of the
iVrfcOflOM Valley State bank of Pro-
farm It is the IU ppOOfl Ion In loat
political OlrolOt that they were tak
1 1 1 cr Neai's commlaolon to him,
"We'e Rfit that fellow Howe out.
unyway." Ktnnev im reported to have
said further, "and We've K"t a man
In his place that wilt do anything
want hint to do "
Mr Howe wa interviewed over i ami
the telephone by a World
That w.ih a part of the roooon "
not ail of it The principal raaaon
wan that he allowcfl workert to ti
Ivt boothM anil aHSlst votera It pie
miruiK Iholr bollOti, M shown h lite
W Idanoa "
"Do yon know an tea -on wh
ehoulil have been removed
Itowe M linked
'! do not. unlen II w.t-i b( 11100
I heled put Kitmey out. he i epM- A,
lo Uuinn. secretary of the Tulaa
spun I y OlOOtHMI board, w hen Oak I d
about o'clock footordo) aftornoon
If he hail received word o K0V0l
ri'inoval. said he had not
"Don1 you bollOYO you should bo
the tlral one t hear of such a
chnitKe'' he was naked.
"Yes, :t lonki that way, do, H
H '.' ' In' ariMwered
News ttf the notion of the at a
lOOthtn board w aa dlscuRned Re
arallv and he-on the aircc
Got your ear muffs
and curls at the Now
York Hair Shop at a
discount of 25'. . W'c
can match any shade
with tho finest qual
ity. A discount of 25 on
all other hair poods
for this week. '
Franco American toi
let articles, F r e n i h
Hair Dye and scien
tific boautv work.
New York Hair Shop
and Beauty Parlors
When company comes
there is no time to
waste no chances to
be taken so mother
sees that there is al
ways a can of
on hand. Cakes, pies,
doughnuts, muffins ana
all good things to eat
must be dressed up in
their best taste and
Then, too, her reputa
tion as a cook must
be upheld and she
"stakes" it on Calumet
every time. She knows it
will not disappoint her.
Order can and have the
"company" kind of bakingi
Calumet contain only aoch
liigrrfllrnu as have ben
approved officially by the
V. S. Foor' Authoritiea.
Tn hii wku raa bmy II.
Tm an wkm yaa H.
Before that little
skin eruption becomes serious apply
WM in srvere cj
Ofothtr like nkin tr.
Ointm.p. :.,a i...
""Hybringl quick relief and in
ri,,,. -,l,i . .1 ,
... i. l,,ni learn dwav tlie
UtMc COmpltMly. Hon much
mien, K iii.l
in, ir, tlif-r, , in lliw Kin il ill ill 11 RM.
five treaWai t tc relied upon t" li
pel skin trixibiea in their eariieit
i . - Ii is letandard lUn treat
ment, prescribed fur yeart. Don't
wait I r y it luday. StUh ildrtt"t
Profit a Month in Our
BAKE IN SIGHT f T C XI
REVOLVING v V til
PATENTED WINDOW-BAKERY BUSINESS
No eiperience nerewory. I ran or eiortricity. Our oven is a wonder! K
bit winner in your own townt Complete ayatenn. 13, 445. I iv iudea Der-
aooal aer-irs of apecially trained YANKKK baker, Formulae and
lost awtt CoraplaU YANKEE
Avtaaaaric Doughnut KrtclMB,l7S
FTU. OUT THF. mg
COUPON NOW rr
YANKEE SYSTEM OF BAKING u--
: Mtin.tH MM U UttiMlBN
I 1IM Mi
Br w yv hi
repor'er ' hcum wlicr.' worm n nun nmrn i"'' rnm-
rTXPTSSKSL CTYLE. comfort VM1
'I'MhJfim'm. ' and qualitvarc care- fw
iK:;S,3 Z--J( fully balanced in these &LS I
.jrik;jiaafca mammrm well-known shoes to
B ive the utmost in sat- JS
sBaammmiiiAim' isfaetion to the buyer.
M Ij- B Seventy difTerent hand-
r$500to20001 I """"" rsl
I See the Into new modeln j 0 I
on sale at leading dealers. I Q I
Look for the Mayer trade- l 0 V
markandthenameMarthn I o A
Waahinfton on the aole.
J F. Mayer Boot & Shoe Co. JM
w, yE mm
B tUm. .'"'' 5 VJ I
UNDERWEAR AND SHIRTS
Are Features for Tuesday Selling at Our
32nd Anniversary Sale 1 889-1 920
Shirts and Underwear
jf III lPrrW
Shirts with Collars
Genuine Manhattan Shirts fl
Without Collars ... I'l.jy
Other Grades in all
rrtm-FH i nion toitai extra hihi-
y hluiri llefWI and (PI Krt
lollK ll'RH D 1 0J
TwO-Plece I'nnVraror Snll..
,-',.1 iri.nl, Mr i' .i rile hi .
fur IimIh)' only . . . , .
Torso Knit Union SuiUs,
& Marx Suits "
Values up to $50
M INN U
Men's Serge Suits
$60, bargain values at
Rejrular price up to (UOfT APT
S Irving System
v v t j a .iiiiii
Bovs' Wash Suits
M onderful values at 982.60. tlf
$89, $47 and
Other suits in brown ami blue
worsted also stripes Jl
Tulsa Union Department Store
112-114 SOUTH MAIN STREET
as sketched by the Van
dever Store Artist
All Sliors kttdied nrr in slock
ready for your Inspection and selection.
Women's Fine (Junlity Satin Tie,
long Mmipv I lender covered htL
turn sole, like picture above. Priced
Women' Kuck Oxford, turn sole.
high slender covered hrel, long vamp,
like picture. Priced ;it $16.50
Wonwn'i HiRh (irade RUck Kid
Walking Oxford, welt sole, 1 -'2 inch
solid leather heel. See picture ahnve.
Priced at $15.00
Women' Dull Kid Pumps, slender
covered heel, turn sole, medium long
vnmp. See sketch jibove. Priced
Women's Black Kid Tie, military
style, medium weight sole, 1 inch
covered heel. Sketch next above.
Priced at $12.50
Women's Fine Quality Brown Suede
Tie, turn sole, slender covered heel.
exactlv like sketch. Priced at. $16.50