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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1020
BEGIN TRIAL OF
For Second Time Churles
Krieger Faces Jury in
FIRST CASE MISTRIAL
Jury May He Obtained Next
Week to Hour Testimony
ARiiinat I. W. W. Atfent.
Itetrlnt of the charge of dynu
ttilt liitr ii dwelling In (his rlty on the
morning of October 29, l!l?. filed
against Chnrlrn Krlrger, was begun
In district court wMi'rday nifiriiliiR
after Judge Itedmoiid H, Cote re
fused in grant n continuance in the
cse. Tho Jury before whli;li Krlc
ger win tried In nt November for
conspiracy to destroy iho home of
.1. 15. Pew, lorn I manager of Hie I'm
ler nil Intciests In this section, fulled
to agree on ii verdict h nil after 3fl
hour deliberation, were discharged
It h claimed liy Iho prosecution.
In charge of Thomas I Muntoe.
comity attorney, A Nlcndcmus. as
sistant. A. I' Mom, special prosecu
tor, iinil l. 1 Owens, counsel for
the oil rnmpany Hint .Inhn Hull.
Hubert Vowels, mill Walter llensnn.
conspiring together, placed h charge
of ilynmtc under Dm residence,
wrecking ths houae In which Pew.
hid wife nnil two sons were sleeping
Thin. It In alleged was done, under
tlm guidance of Krlcger, an organ
izer for Ihc Industrial Worker of
the. World organization. The ranee
of the outrage, It I contended, wan
thn activities of the Curler Oil cnin
mnv In antagonizing tlm organizers
of tho I. W W. In tlmlr attempt to
cnllat members In tlm oil fields of
The defense dcnlca Mint Krlrger
had iiny knowledge of tlm explosion,
ellhcr before Urn occurrence or af
trr, until he lend of tlm iiffnlr In
Ihr newspapers Tlmy deny hi. wits
the mun who wim to "pay off" tho
men who placed the powder chorge
rtniler the house, unit deny nny purl
In the conspiracy lo wrcrK me row i
home. Hlx dnyn were consumed ut
tho former trial, In the selection of
a Jury, and It In lielloved probnblt'1
Hint nt least till" much time will b
cnniumcd In tlm present trial before
Jurors satisfactory to both parties
will have been accepted
IH7N.1ANSPI$AKN TO MOTOHIhTH.
New City Attorney Will Discuss New'
Trafflo lU-giilallmis nt Club.
At the regular weekly luncheon
mid meeting of the Antnntohiln elnb, I
In the. prlvsto dlnlnR room of Hotel!
Tulsa nt noon toduy, City Attorney
Frank E. Dunciin will rxphtln I
Airplane Firings Tiny
Tot Home Critically ,
III From Okmulgee
Seldom lis the all plan been
put to Mich uae an when Hilmlwd
Walker, 2111 ICasl Archer. Tues
ilny hnd hi 4-yeAr-old dnURhler
MntRnret. who nd nick nt u
frmnri'it home In oktntilRee. tiinn
ported I.) thli e.lty and the curt of
the firnlly plijfli l.m by lilrplotie
Ah II w'.in ltnpoHllie to bilnR
tlm Utile Rlrl to Tillim In mi open
motor cur Imoiinne. of her ciiiiillilon
or bv the triiln brrinle dim
mifferlnr from nil liifecllonn dl
i'hhc. Wnlker mMii.ik-iI inn Mir
pliniH nnd tirnuiKPil bv lomt ill
liin'e it'lephone for n ph)Nlilnn 10
rtwiilt their arrlvl In Tilln The
mother lid ohlld were pliiced In one
lilnim Mini the fnl her followed In
Knottier. The It IP of nbotit Ml
mllen im the crow fliea w miide
In cxii'Mlv :K mlnuit'K nil the kU k
child wun In hei bed nt home In to
M i In ii ten moie, none the orne for
WHlker lenrned of the eerlnil
lllneNM of bin little ilmiKliter In n
ImiR dlHtiince cull from Ills wife nt
OklulllRci! Khoitly before mldnlRlit
Momliiy. TIioiirIi a severe eUclrlr
itotin wiiii In proRreiM. U'nlker,
who In nn exierlnnred driver nnd
ii former nicer of niiiomnhllc
eliirted Imnii'ilbitetv In IiIn cur
Hlone to miike ;i Ioiir lilRhl ride
Ihiniiah lh utoiiii for the purione
of bringing hln wife nnd child
home. W hen ii few Hilled punt
Ke.fer he yvnn niomentiirlly blind
ed by n flimh of lightning hiuI bin
enr wkhlimd Into the Mtrticttirc of n
iiiIIuhv liildge. but he unhurt
nnd continued on his nny. nrrlv
lhr In tikmulitee Nborlly before
I'robnhlv little AlHi ret Wnlker
Ik the younge! child lo Inke n Irlp
In nn nliplnnn under niicIi vh'oum
nlnncen, the proponed pew oily ordlnHtice f
fci'tlnic (raffle rcKUlntions nnd park
I'lniin for drnftliiR thin new mens
tu ii i o now being mmle, mid Mr.
Ilu lion n will prnbnbly submit It In
the rlty commission fur npprnvul nnd
piiHsiigc, within tlm next few dnys,
llnth the Automobile club nnd thn
trnfflo section of the police depart,
meut me c.o-opcrntlnR In drafting
ItlUNtJ NJIIT I'Olt Oil, INTKHKST
lllnke CImImis Itotnnn (.'nmpniiy ltrs
Mini N.ltOO for Production.
Hult to lecover IS.nOfl alleged lo
be due U'llllsm lllnke ns hl 1 .12 In
teresl In nn oil lens" In 2-IS-7, Creek
county whs filed In district court
yesterdny by lllnke, ngslnst the llnx
nnn Petroleum company,
lllnke, claims thst n contrsrt which
he signed with the petroleum com
psny hns been altered and Hint the
Is In fact entitled to his share of tho
proceeds from the oil sold from the
Jesse .which he claims Is H , n 0 0 .
223 EAST THIRD ST.
Phone Osage 9523-6813
Members of Tulsa Open Shop Asaociation
KNOCK OUT OLD H. C. L.
Bqy Liberally at Thit
Army Goods Sale!
Our Army Waa Supplied With the BEST GRADES in
All Supplier Buy Them Now UNDER COST.
2,000 pairs Khaki Cotton Ureteric, laced at rslf leg, nil sizes
per pair St. HO
Wool Hhlrts, Rood condition worth new $7 and $Si price each SO
Khnld Hhlrts, new .,
Khaki Shirts, used St.'.'.l
Heavy Wool Hacks, per pair $1,00
Light weight Wool Socks, per pair :,1t.
Canvass Legglns, either front or side Isce, per pair $1.25
Now Raincoats , , $10,00
I 'sod ltalncoats , $:lVi
New Wool Wrap r.oeglns, per pair , $2.so
Army Shoes, all slues now hoIch und heels, por pair $4. AO
30-pound Cotton Alattrcen (cot slzo), each $0.00
Cotton Pillows, each $1.00
Used Comforts. -1-pound weight, Rood condition, each $2.00
Now CIrcy Wool Army rilankets, 4. pound weight, full else esch $8.00
Used Blankets same kind perfect condition each $6,50
New Gold Medal Folding Cots each, $0 0(1
New Steel Iiarrscks Coti, folding ends, each $(1.50
Khnld Tents, 12-4 duck, site lxl?, ready lo set up., $40,00
Samo Tonts, waterproofed by government, process $45,00
Specifications of other sized tents on request
All clothing delivered to your door by Insured parcel post. Tents
and cots f.o.b, Houston. Mall check or money order to
Army Equipment Sales Co.
Phone Cedar 569 315 E. Third St., Tulie, Okta.
IN MURDER CASE
Court Dimniflscs Cooper
Jury When They Fail
to Keai-.h Verdict.
Unnble In reach s verdict as to
the Mil 1 11 of Wheeler Cooper, the
Indian ninth charged with fatally
stnbbinK Merle Drown at a neurn
loadhntise north of the city on
March II, thn Jury In district couit
lief ni ii which the defendant iiind
Monte Motrin, frmid under the
courts Instructions, were tried this
eek wns discharged at noon yester
day The vole of the Jurors was
seven lo five for aciUlttal on the first
biillol taken ai r o'clock Wedneiday
nlKht and remained the same during
the enllie deliberations.
The Jury was uiirible to say
whether or not Cooper was the man
who stabbed Ilrown, n returned sol
dier In the left shoulder durlnR
a neiicial drunken flKlit at thn road
hntine durliiK a d.nce
Chim in- Wll I'niy for llclllwrMllotw
if Ciiiiferrnn (cr I'rtiblcm.
It Is probable that the union of
the two Methodlsins will be consid
ered Ibis week at tho Reneral con
ference of the Methodist Hplscopat
church now In session at Des Moines
los. uccordlnK to Information re
ceived from Itev. .1. W. Abel. pas.
tor of the I'irst Methodist Kpiscup.il
church of this city, by Miss rayn
llurrlti i:mery. niistors arnlstnnt. A
call to prayer for the deliberations
of the conference has been Issued to
all the churches by thn board of
llev John MiiKee. pastor or ton
Methodist i;pl'fipnl church at I.l
lleno. will occupy tho pulpIL of thn
local church nt thn innrnlnR and
evenlni; services, Sunday, May 18.
Mr. MiiKee Is tho brother or P. li,
MiiRee. president of tho t'nlnn Ns.
fUilK-rt A. Monirnry
Kuneral lilrectnr I'hone 4 K6-1 7 1
tos South Main. Advt.
BURNED IN GAS FIRE
Coiumlselonrr '. I. Vnnfy lnjur
!l Ulwn INrfkrt of Is !
nltM h WurklnRiiun.
C I. Vnncey. local United States
Picnic Not Banquet
for Senior Class
I'lcnlcklnK rather than handlisting
Will he the form tho Junlornlor
frolic will take this year. Merle C.
I'runty, principal of tho hIRh school,
announced yesterdsy 'This plan Is
slty," he said, "because the lar cimmis-uoner, was oauiy ouro-u
numbers In the classes make H an about the face yesterday by an
Impowiihlllly to have a banquet. andlp,;on f pocket of iras near n
we will hold an outdoor affair which i.v .. . n ,., ,rh r0mmlsloncr
will undoubtedly result in a plcnln "- ln' commissioner
nnd carnival." lH ,h owner of a strln of tools op-
- - cintliifr near that city and yester-
CURB EXTRAVAGANCE y" ?T:iK.
lousniliv of trss carried In the air.
..I Vsnrey drove his car unattended,
.Mate llaiikrr'4 f'on.entlon Will . from Owasto to this oily, and re-
Work In I'nixiiirsKliiK Thrift colved tnedloal attention The phy
sician In nttendancy attributed tho
spoke on tbe plans for the conven
tion. About 60 Christian KndeAvnrers
from Tulsa, Ilogers, Creek. Osorc.
and Washington counties attended
the rally M. It. lldwards, president
of the city union, presided and an
Instrumental solo was Riven by Miss
Marie flardener, a member of the
senior Christian Kndeavor society at
the First Christian church. Miss
Kmms, McClaren of this city, state
president of tho Christian Kndeavor
union, wis also present at the rally.
sel for the defendants transferlng
the case from the court of .lusllcnf
If. J Gray to that of Justice 9, hi
Mnxey when the case was called i
before the former for the prcjlnil-;
nary hearlnjr. Dobbins and Wood-i
ward are accused of robbing Ocy .
Cooper of a small amount of money
In a (rambling noue in esi juuw.
April 21. I
utris A toNTKrr, rtm nnrri.r.n
And Peruisr Deliveries 5e J jbi
Ileal Water nJ. t 14rvloe m
t ltVHTAI. fiPKIMlH WATKK (O,
I'hone o (0
And lleprentllve will Ca'i
Continue! 'Itnbbcry Cw.
Cm II. , r , ... . v.nMA t
x.,r,,,,i,u..ii,.i- ilimri la iiiniiK,' . ,n . rt-n
venu was laken yesterday by Vlr- 1 n,i
(til Dobbins and T A Woodward,
charged with conjoint robbery, coun , tjf,af LcliUCC, per pound, 20c
25c BERRIES 25,
Grapefruit, 2 for 23c
lical I'liisnilcrs Attend,
iireocrvnlion of the comtnlexlonerH
eyesight to the fact th.it the latter;
was wearing laees at the time of.
tho Ignition of the gas,
:T0 REGISTER ENDEAVORERS1
A number of Tulsa bankers are In
Oklahoma Clt this week aletndlng
tho sUle hankers' convention, at
which Important financial matters
lire to he dlscused.
The meeting this year holds more 1
than iininl significance because of ,rr 100 'nilouii VIII Altrtid Mils,
the general as well us local drawing' kiwiwi Cnntriillnii
In of loans and apparent stringency r , K fw , " a, '
In putting nut more money, even on I GBlslratlpn of 101 delegates to
approved nnd uno.uMlonahle P0. the annual Christian hndcayor con
lateral i ventlon at Muskogee June 14 18 was
, , , ,, ; effected at the Christian IVndeavor
v.Sr:rtU.lnV ' wWrh Thorn'; e'ning
Z.:SX: I Tnhf.s,-,heL ,argeA:tedner WZ.
Katt lilt .It- Near Lewis
naramuma. rarna and Daddlsi planta.
Terch hanilng baakata.
Tflrphoaa J. IS lletntrn It and
I. or after p m.
F. H. Chandler & Co.
CKNTKfl OK TICK
KUU1TS AND PltODUCE
''.'r lu"'"i'r:, "', ....-.. I trlrt In the state. The registration
Irauignnre on the part of the Amer
The purchase of automobiles Is
one matter that Is to be given at
tention. Among those who are attending
the slate convention from Tulsa nro
O H. Leonard. Jake Kaston, K. W
Jacob, N H. tlrnhiim, W K. Urown
and C. W. Ilenedlct
wns In charge of W Hoy Hreg, gen
cral secretary of the southwestern
Christian Kndeavor ftderntlon, who
AhI.h imnuigCH for Cnr.
Damages of $2,700 for n wrecked 1
automobile were asked In superior
court yesterday by the Kerr Motor
Hales company against the Tulsa
Htreet Railway company. The mo
tor company claims the car. driven i
by one of their agents, waa demol-
Ished a.t Third street and Detroit1
avenue April 24 by a collision with'
a street car.
Will sir a nusllr dance KrldJy II
t Ihe MUalrlan'a hall, llj'i SAtllh
nauldar. Onnrt Flenr and fin innate
trltty unctar nsf' manasamant.
C'nma and gl acqualntad I 10 p, m,
r. k. (ioon.sr.n, 8, a,
,i. r. wai.tos, w. n. .
One all-wool suit
at $60 costs less
than two poor
suits at $35 each-
The all-wool suit will
outwear the two
and will look better
while it's doing it
Satisfaction or money back when you
buy Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes here
Wright Clothing Company
The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx
.Member of 0xn Shop (Square Icl) Asonelatlon
Main and Fifth St.
Noteworthy Economies for Today
DHy bv dav wc offer specially reduced prices to force down the cost of timely,
'dependable tfoods to you. This is independent on our part, as manufactur
ers and jobbers arc not co-opcratinp; with or supportinj,' us in this movement
in behalf of lower prices for our customers. We do this, too, in the lace ot
stiff market conditions and tendencies toward higher prices. By all means
take advantage of the various price reductions.
Sale of Women's Pure Silk Hosiery
Real Pointex Heels
They arc "defectives." Wo tell you this at the
outset lest you overlook the fact upon examin
ing these stockings themselves. The flaw are
slight nnd practically do not Impair the wear
ing qualities. They arc beautifully finished
and have extra elastic tops.
Sho'wn In black, white, dark broVn, navy and
other leading suit and shoe shades. Owing to
the real worthVhlleness of this offer, wc ad
vise thrifty shoppers Jo bo on hand early.
A Collection of
Misses' and Children's
A number of pretty models In taffeta and
georgette crcpo In styles that feature low
necks and short sleoves nnd trimmed with
teazled ruffles nnd attractive laces. Skirts
are full or have wide hems or tunics. Shown
In sizes 14 to 18 for children and misses.
Mothers who like to dress their daughters
well nt ns modest nn outlay as will allow
or good quality will find real savings In this
offer of 25 reduction.
3 Groups Corsets
Various desirable models shown topless,
low or medium bust with good bonlnR and
four hosa supporters. Made of pink coutll
and summer mesh or pink cotton broche.
Special 2.95, 3.95, 4.95
Gowns and Princess Slips
Slightly soiled from handling; made of fine
quality nainsook nnd trimmed with laces.
Choice of lot. I AO
Men's Night Shirts
One lot. made of cross bar and plain nain
sooks; neck and sleeves finished with
narrow braid. - QK
Choice, special Jat7J
Choice quality knitted silk tricolette in
laco.stripcd patterns; shown in white, and
rose pink; excellent for dresses and sports
bloutcs. Yard, P QQ
Fancy Block Moiro
Splendid moire taffeta In pretty stripes of
satin for effective dresses, blouses and
hand bags; 38 Inches wide; black Q QC
only. Yard, special OtUO
Plain Georgette Crepe
High grade, plain colored georgette for
beautiful drosses, blouses; a good color
range to choose from, as well as white,
flesh and pink; 40 Inches (y A JT
wide, Tard, special aWa'db'J
Taffeta and Satin
An attractive iollctlon of richly colored
plaid and strlncd pattorns, an exceptional
line at anything like this price and flno
values; 36 and 40 Inches wide. O QJT
rard, special iVO
Art Goods Specials
Friday and Saturday
Stamped Night Conns In sizes 15, 16, 17,
round, square or V neck. QO
Fudge Aprons stamjH'il on unbleached ma
terials; attractive. QQ
Utile Hoys' StumpiM T-K lints In IJ(n
sizes for 1 H nnd 2 y Mrs. Special,, 4 tl
Youngster' Piny Hats of unbleached ma
terials; sizes l to 2 years. PQ
.Stamped l.uoo 'Itliiiincd ScnrN, 18x4S; at
tractive designs to be embroidered ln
whlto or French colors, -1 QQ
Stumped Uncle Towels In pretty designs to
bo embroidered In colors. QQi
Youngster' Ilendy-Madc P-K nrc(of In
white; tailored styles to bo worn with or
without belt; sizes 2, 4 and - J? Q
6 years. Special..; Xst)s7
Kindergarten Heads, one lot; - f
box, special i JlUC
for Misses and Children
Lovely, appealing frocks
In practical, sensible
styles with long or short
sleeves nnd folds of or
gandy, pique or gingham,
Bovine drupe effects, low
necks, of course. Made of
excellent quality French
and Amoskeag gingham
In large plaids or small,
dainty stripes ihd checks.
8hown In sizes from l!'s
to IS's. Two groups at
12.50 and 14.50
Mlaara' Slioi fourth lloor
Coffield Electric Washers Save Time, Labor, Money
Sold on Convenient Payments When Desired Basement
Ami Suiting Special -
A soft finish Imitation linen, desirable
for wash dresses and suits; 36 Inches
wide, shown In a complete range of sea
sonable colors. ' r7Q
Yard, special UKj
Pretty1 plaid combinations In many col
ors on tan or whlto grounds, a quality
that launders well; 36 Inches HKn
wide. The yard, special OC
A popular new Suiting In good soff qual
ity a material thut shows promise of
being extensively worn this -i
season. Tho yard, priced XlO
An attractive linen finish, finely woven
fabric for serviceable wash suits and
skirts, 36 Inches wide and In TK
many colors. Tho yard OC