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TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1020
to lecovcr by a replevin
A povcn-paittciigcr Mulck
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NLLIliu vi Held By the Police
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HUH . I I M IllinU I IVJLILIL.
i...k0n.l in Auto Tracked
Wife After Finding tier
Gone; Hearing Today.
CharpinR A. C. Mulllns with tho
rl brakcmiin launy wounncn
row . i .... . c. . .1 .. H.Iinn n .hnt
Jti tired from a taxlcab In which
Mulllns anil airs, uukv wcru ""'
. " mfnrmitlon was Iwuod
nil " . rnn
f0U...'..,i.int of Marnuer t
i.r of tho doceaged, in tho court
P.'.'ir r .. Mulllna wilt
if. J. Gray. MUIlltm will
v brouRlit hsforo tho court for ur
nlcnment Tuesday. x
rllE County Invartlgatcs.
Information obtained by the
cointy attorney Indicates that Duke
lft his wlfo at tho Prince hotel
irtndiy rvcnln with tho Intention
.,! rolnif lo work nt his employment
iwltrhman, but that later he re
(urnriUo Tulxa unit finding his wife
ibjnt from the hotel, employed
liobert Vm1 to take hltn to a road
K 1 wrth of tho city. Not find,
re her hero ho ordered Kizell to
drive baik to town, and on North
Miln Mrcet Duke saw u car ahead
nd laid that ho believed this tho
car In which his wlfo was riding.
Ezzolt ilrovo his taxi alongside tho
ono Indicated by Duko and tha' lilt
tfr called soveral times for his wife,
I'ulinc. As Duko was calling this
Mm. onio peraon, said to havo.bccn
Mulllns, fired ft revolver from Iho
nr, tho bullet shattering tho wind
ihlold of tho taxi orcunlcd hv Duke
and then enlcrod tho lattcr's body.
Kafll drove Immediately to tho
Oklahoma hospital wlt tho wound
Mi man, but the latter died at three
o'olock Monday morning.
Siningn Feature Pro bed r-
Mulllns and his companions, Mrs.
Duko and Mrs. Ira Dalton, claim
they had been to tho madhouse, hut
finding It crowded with both whites
ind negroes, wore returning to town
when another 'car drovo liohlnd
them, Mulllns said that ho and the
women believed they were about to
t. rnhhril nnd for that reason Mul
llns fired at the car with a revolver.
The tlireo claim they did not know
the following taxi woh occupied by
Duke, but Information from those at
the hospital Indicate that Mrs. Duke
in it Mrs. Dalton arrived at the
hospital not more than 20 minutes
after tho arrival of Duke. Since tho
driver of tho taxi occupied by Duke
did not report the matter to the po
lice beforo taking the wounded man
to the hospital, county authorities-!
are not ubl to' account for . the
knowledge of the wife and others in
the taxi that it was Duke who had
been shot, becauso under tho state
ments of the three, they believed
they were about to bo robbed when
tho econd 'taxi drove up behind
them. Had their story been true,
tho county attorney believes, ttfey
would not have known Duke waf In
the car and would not have knows
he was taken to the hospital.
.Muuins nas no relatives Hero so
fir as police are ablo to ascertain. It
developed during tho investigation
yesterday that J. F. Mulllns, mer
chant polite officer, Is not related to
A. C. Mulllns, private detective for
me t osier N. Hums company,
two were barely acquainted,
Mulllns said. '
automobtlo In possession of T. Co-
show and O. A. Krlcke when tho
pair wcro urrcstcd near Conven
tion hall Friday night, was filed in
district court Monday by Coshow,
who alleged Hay Ward, city detec
tive, wrongfully withholds posses
sion of tho car from petition
ers. Hoy Meachani, city detec
tive, arrested tho defendants when
he found another llillck car, Iden
tified us tho property of L. C.
Bradford, had been tampered
with. Tart of tho transmission
housing on tho latter'n car hitd
been removed and It Is claimed by
tho tifflrera that tho ilefundantH
had replaced this part of the hulls-
Intr lnftl hv Itrinlfnril .IHt . nuiu
Coshow and Krlcke enteicd pleas
of not guilty at their arraignment
boforo .lUfltlcn 11. Ji Gray uml were
released on bonds of SO0 each for
preliminary hearing December 28
on tho charge of attcmpTld lar
ceny of Itradford's car.
Negro Admits Theft
on One Case of Lard
Itcaltors Aid Boys' Homo.
The Kcal Estate Exchango has ro
ponded to tfto Christmas roll call
lor the Tulsa Doys Homo and
through tho effort of their commit.
o wuiuiu3uuipi j, u. iteauin.anu
mnk Walker, over 1200 is now on
hjnd tn help give tho boys a real
New Year's Eve
- HOTEL TULSA
Ticket on Sale Cashier
Window Reserve Now
For the Family
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Delivered Anywhere in a
aptcial Christmas Package
Second and Boston Sts.
Hen Drown, negro accused of
strnllng 11 case of lard from a ship
ment maao oy mo uuaany rucking
company at Kansas City, Mo., to
T. I). Ki'Xton of thin rllv. iiI.viiImI
guilty nt his 'arraignment Monday
beforo C. U. Yancey, United litutis
commisHloiu'r, and wns comin.t'..
to Jail under bond nf ll.soo for
action by tho federal grnnd Jury.
Humane Clinic Put Off.
Baby clinics which arn held wcuklv
at I ho office, of tho Tulxa Humana
society and tho West Tulsa com
munity house, will bo discontinued
until tho first of tho year, It was
announced Monday by MIkh Victoria
Trotter, clinic nurse. The. reason
given by Miss Trotter was tho holl
day season and the fact that mothers
ire too busy with ChrUtmas nren.
aratlons to bring babies to the
HARD ON THF WEARIES
Hoboes In Johnstown Ilstc Unlcr to
Kllhrr Work or Do
.IOHNHTOWN, Ph.. Dec. I.
"Work or flght"4-wnr slogan.
"Work or sturvo" fllocan of
Jotntowu pollco department.
From u report submltid to city
council tor expenditures in feeding
the prisoners in tho city prison It
Is apparent that no turkey, chicken
or other high-brow food Is served
Tako herd and don't come to
Johnstown for 11 "flop" and a fret,
"feed." Nothing doing.-
William W. Campbell, superin
tendent of accounts and finalise,
submitted a report showing that
1.S23 mculs had been served during
the past month nt an expenditure of
$109,06, Tb tiivim that ji mcul Is
served for a fraction less than six
Ureahfast consists of bread, mo
lasses nnd coffee. "Luncheon" con
slats of samo as breakfast. Dinner
consists of moro broad, moro mo
lasses and moro coffee. Tho meals
are served In threo courses bread,
then molasses, then coffee no slga
rets or slgars.
.It can b" easily seen that tho way
Court Hold Rollins
for Liquor and Still
Possession at Dcpew
Pleading not guilty to 11 charge
of tluuor possession und owner
ship of a still found on bin prop
erty 14 mites south of Depow, In
Creek routity, M, A. Rollins was
Riven n preliminary hearing beforo
C. It. Yancey Monday and as tho rn
suit was held fur action of tho fed
eral grand Jury under bond of
K, J. Fry nnd U. J. Florence,
Creek county, made, the nrrcsl und
sclted tho still and llnuor. Fry
accompanied Holllns to this city
und It wns upon his testimony that
tho commissioner held tho defend
nut for action by tho grand Jury.
Tho still was found by tho officers
of the present-day hobo or "vag" Is
not the llfo It used tn be. Hut still
It might bo worse, Thoso who stop
nt tho city prison moro thun olm day
nnd who nro required to work arn
given better meals. Transients do
not gain nny consideration nt all In
tho way of thoso meals do luxe and
the "mens sarg" refuses to tako nny
WAGE REDUCTION SURE
Friends of I jlmr Conivdo 'Hint War
tlmu Ni'IumIiiIcm t'nnuol Hold
Ct.HVHI.AND. pro. ;. Wages
must fall In the I'nlted Htates with
tlin reduction In pi lees and tho toad
Jiistniont to normal conditions In
Industry, Congressman-elect Theo
dore H. Hurtou of Ohio declared be
foro a business conference of tint
Cleveland tlartnont Manufacturers'
"Any 0110 who hays that mircs
must tin maintained at their present
level Is flying In tho fuco of eciin
omlo law," Mr. Hut Ion said. "1 do
not say this from lack of regard
for tho working man. Wo nro nil
anxious to pay tho workers as niurh
118 porsihto. It Is to our lutcrept to
do so. We nro all workers In 11 true
snso Hut when they speak of
Hiir-tline prices breaking and wnr
tlmu pay remaining they are talk
ing out of their bend'
Mr. Hiirton traced tho hlytnry of
panic nnd businens depressions,
whl.'h he said 1:01110 In yules, lte
ferrlng to tho present depression In
nil business ho H.Ud that ho hoped.
though hu would not pi edict, that
tint worst would bo passed by tliu
first of thu ye if and HtubllUatlnu
would set lu, Tho causes, ho Hnld.
are currency Inflation, after war
omllttotis which have rut off tho
pnwdblo number of bueis by re
tuolne nil of Kuropo from the mar
ket, restricted credits and creation
of fictitious values, which reached a
peak at which they caused llielr own
JUST PASSTTTHIS" WAY!
HniiMIrt ''lljr PoIIcimiiiiii Tries lo Get
Hid of $t,t7. Prisoner's Money.
KANSAS CITC, ucc. 20 - Wanted
Honieono to accept $1,170 In real
mutiny. This Is tho "predicament"
of Iro II, Mullln, property custodian
of pollco headquarters here.
Mullln was given a shotgun, nine
shells and $1,170 lu cash nnd MTtirl
tles to glial d when police matin an
arrest five mouths ago. The pris
oner was subseiiiuntlv sued for iliiin-
,lirtw In' Mm timll M'lin cail-eil IiIm :ir.
lest anil tho property tied up by
Mullln no longer want 11 this cos
odlaiislilp nnd all other city and
county officials refuse to accept the
WHOLE TOWN JOINS IN
TalcM of Hurled (.old Starts Village
CltleiiM In Wliob-Nilo
Hl'niNOFIKi.U, Mo.. Dee. 1S.--Tho
little town of West Plains Is
hiillnr- tlin tht 111 of lis ivlstiiico In 11
search for hulled treasure, rnldcn-
iiiieu iieruons uikkiiik in lint yarn
nutl garden of thu hontn of the late
"Undo John Itugels," a iiualut old
character who left a small fortune,
ttnrtrd tlin Immure seekers on thu
trail of hidden gold.
lingers died five years ago and
lust before bin death told frleiiili he
was leaving a fortune. He hover
told wheiu tilt money hnd been left
and Intercut In Its hiding place dtrd
,1111 i.rinH n ,..hit.. 'rn.. ,..i..i.f
pearnnee of slinmie visitors to West
it..i.d 1 -i.t.n. ., .ii...... ...
. itititn ,,,e, pu imi'j ill ill nif.,.1,, 11 y 111
floors lorn up In the oltl holnestcml
stinted goslp flowing ngnlii,
Freshly overturned piles of earlh
found In the lingers nril recently.
I fill. 1 llll.lilrt.lliUM UhIkmi 1lU,u .,..t. .
nil iiijri'iiuiin itiuiwiii ,ii(iin IIAIII'
Ing through the vacant house at
ulght gave Wtst Plains additional
t lit 1 1 In. Now it's a town-wide H'-arch
for huirled treasuro with cveryobdy
Inking a "dig on tho side."
Hoswell's, Oklahoma's leading dl.t
moml house for 2S years. Advt.
Christmas Is Coming
nir that girl or boy n practi
cal IniNlness cduciitlon, Von
raituiK spcml jour iiumey for
11 belter iiirxiM', Ask us lo
call nnd explain,
.UllJi S. Main St. Osngu 308 1
WE'LL be open evenings from now until Christ
mas for the convenience of late shoppers.'
If you want to see something really unusuul in fine .stationery
you should sec our display. Gome in and look around, you
may find that pus?zlm$ gift you have been putting off buying.
Western Bank Supply Co.
Osage 46938393 31 S South Boston
Just the very thing to please "him" or "her." If the gift is to be
lasting in appreciation and in memory, then nothing can give as
much pleasure to both concerned as something from Wasserman's.
' What is your desire? We surely have it! . Stocks here are com
plete and variegated. Choose wisely and well, and Wasserman's.
BtJY NOW AND SAVE!
c.ono Signet Ring Watch Chain
for the Lady
Lingerie Clasps '
Collar and Cuff
Bar and Handy Pin Cigaret Case, Gold
Diamond Ring and Silver
Reed St Barton and Community Silverware in a Magnificent Array 1
1 BUY AT A SAVING "
Diamonds X Off
Every diamond is on sale at one-fourth off regular prices. Weight
from one-quarter to five carats in perfect qualities, colors and
mountings. . Please remember that any diamond in this stock can
be purchased now for one-fourth off.
Open Every Evening Until Xmas
Morris S. Wasserman
3rd & ain "Your Jeweler"
for the Man
Gold Mf'd Billbook
Gold Mf'd Cigar
Gold Mf'd Cigaret
Full Dress Sets 4
Stone Set Ring
Gold Cuff Links
Gold Mf'd Card
Cigar , Cutter,
Photo Case -Fountain
'Copyright 1920 Hart Sctuffncr ft, Mars
What is q fair price now for good clothes ?
There are to many reasons given for various clothing
sales that most men aren't exactly sure what a fair
V price should be. We say it should be based on pres-" ':
ent replacement prices, regardless of what we paid.
Aren't we right-about it?
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Thelowestprices in town
for quality clothes
Hart Schaf f ner & Marx suits
and overcoats --.worth $50,
$60, $65, we're selling for
Prices have come down since we bought. We'll
take our loss and sell these clothes at the new
figures. Considering the quality, our prices are
the lowest in town.
If uou aren't satisfied,
Wright Clothing Co.
The home of Hart Schaf fner & Marx clothes -Open
Evenings Until After Christmas
210 ntmmrdd Hide.
Third and Hoston
Formerly of Hot
Blood, Skin, Ornlto-Ifrlnnry
and Vonrroai Pluetmna and
general offlco practice.
Serums, VncclnvR, Mlcctrlcal
Phono OsaiCf 8144
Xmas Plants and Cut Flowers
Special Sale Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
By Placing Your Order Early n Better Grade Flower
and Price Are Obtainable.
'Wo DcllTct" l'lioiic OiAgc 0274
Kat Twenty-flrM Hclwivn JxwU and Hickory Coal Mino