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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1922
IS OPENED HERE
Quiz of Prospective Juror
as to His Klnn Attitude
10 vi i Jacobs and .John Jacobs (Jo
Bch, alleged director of tho ",1a
toba nana;" "f confessed hijacker
mill mn uncurbed over tho out
klrt of Mm rlly and country roads
inn Mimmcr, fni on trial barnre
.llldlte llidimmil M. Cole In 111 dis
trict court Wednesday morning.
The. siito began empaneling n
Jury and h aenaatlon was apruii
In tha tlrat few minutes of tlm pre
liminary sklrmlah, whan Judge .1.
M. HprlnKcr, counsel for the tle
fendunt. aakod n proapactlvn juror
If ho wa u member of tho Ku Klnx
IflHii ami Immediately precipitated
Kil argument that ilehiyoil the trlnl
until late In tha afternoon, when
.Hull (Jolt IK-Id thl ii Juror rild
not rfave. lo state whether lio whi
it member of tha klan or not.
It was after IS n'llnck when the
Mate mill defense finished question
ing ths Jtiinra anil announced I hut
thty Were ready to proceed with the
trial. Judge (,'ole then adjourned
donil and allowed tlm Jurors to
Tiul 'i hankslvlng day nt home.
Tha trial will be resumed imrly Fri
Hogach ami Mrs. Jawnhs, while
(Ait nervous, kept whispering dur
lijfj the questioning of Hih juiors,
Hint It waa evident thnt they had
lent mttrh of the assurance they lutd
exhibited from the limn they were
arrested until last Week when nix
inomhera of tli flcriiKil (fHHK en-tei-od
ilena of Kiillty to (dinrgeK of
Tlm cuirvle w-nt to trldl yeatnrdiiy
on tho charKn of hnvlm; luci'Ivfil
Ntolon noKrty taken fiom tlm
hoiiH) of fharlen H. Jllediioo, ISITi
South Newtiort. There urn four
athcr cIihiki'" UKiiliiHt them.
WHAT ARE YOU "
RONTIMIUD KltliM fAOi: O.NtJ
thnt our iiteaent form of K"vern
nieiit will not contlnuo Indcfl-tiltoly."
Vunaral i!"rv'ice for Mr. 3on
lihlne Hlinpnon, Jn-yi'ar-old bride of
.lowph W. Hiiriliaon, 1 8 C ( Haat Hlx
teeulli, (oral attorney, who died
Tiieadny, will bo held at 10:30 o'clock
Knturday inonilnn from the Klrnt
l'reabyterlan church, Hov. O. V.
Kerr oftlrlathiK. Hurlnl will be
mado In ltotie J fill.
I nm (rnilefnl for the opportunity
for what I Imps la fruitful nerv
ier. I am Imppy In tha no bi
llon with the faculty and I bene
younK people. I am itrnteful for
my little family itml for the In
atdratlon It I to inn. I am Krate
ftil that I nm prlvlliKcil to live
In a, town ao alert ftrnl wide
nwalio; It Ii only Ihla that makea
It poaalhle, for ill to carry out
our object Ivoa and to realize our
Idtala. Ho, briefly, 1 am moat
thankful for my work, my fam
ily arid my town!"
W. A. MAUQUIH, MnniulR A
Klrchhofer, auto dealara, and
prealilenl of Him achool board: "I
am thankful that both my family
iind I nru In kooiI health, nil to
gether and !iBe had no unhappl
ncaa. That, I believe, )a my prliim
leaami for (tiatliuile thla year.
The pleaaura of hnpplnpna nnd an
titihrolioii family elicls la one of
the greatest In tio worlil, I be
lieve. Then, too. I think thern la
I canon to be thankful In that con
dition! aro Improved, lirogperlty
la letiirnlnir. ami there la pokcd
In tlm world. No, I nm not
thankful that I nm ' preeldont of
the achool board."
MIW ITjANCHK CUOfJHY, Y.
W, C. A. lellKloiia work aecrelnry:
"I nm thankful for ths truth of tho
' H18. C AV-lcuilU, I.'lrat Pica
liytorlan church: "I nm thankful
that I am llvliuf In Tulut mid nm
pnator of tho Klrxt Chrhtluii
ihurch; for tho opportunity of do-
Itiff my part in helping to build a
Slty here Hint will bn u Mini iiltico
"11 "Wlilch lo'catabllHU ho"mc; thnt
I Imw eoiiH'thlmt to do mid that
3od filvPH mo atrciiBlh with which
to do It."
V Jilt. K. K. lirCN'OIHT, United
fitntea vetoruna' buroue: "Wo nil
liavo mnny thins for which to bu
'thankful. I count health and
.'liitilnnaa uiiiohb tho first of
.1. M. OOHDON. tiiCHldont of tho
llnUcrnlty of Tiilmi: "Not conidd
orlim tho porsoim! thlhffa for
Avhlch 1 n in Riatefiil, 1 bollovo
thnt wo Americans do not nuffl
clolitly appreciate, the Krent whlto
llcht which wo enjoy ciiucntton
illy and tho wlde-opun door into
tho liiHtttiitlntia of cil u cat I on and
i:. II. CiUTHItny, puldlnhcr of
Tho Nation's lllBhwaya; "I nm
Rind thnt 1 nm privileged to livo
In thla day nnd ukoi und In thl'Hu
United Ktntea. I am tlinnktul that
I Ilvo In TuIh.i. AVIii'ii a tnnn la
no forluiuito m to llvo In a coun
try lll;o Amorlcn, nnd out of all
the HtntOH to pick out Oklahoma
nnd out of till Ita towtiH Tulsa to
llvo In, nnd when he linn tho bout
family In tho world to llvo with,
what muro could ho wish to bo
Jli:iUH r. lMtl-NTV. principal
of t'cntral high school! "It may
unuiid trite, but I tint thankful for
tho opportunity I have to sere.
Itotnrlnn? I'twlbly. Hut Indeed,
Clear vour skin
Malie your face
a business asset
That skm-troubla tn.iy lie mote than
a sou rceof suffering and enilurrassment
it may be holding yuu baclt in the
business world, keepititT you i'Ut vl a
better jub for whti.li a Rood appearance
is i equired. Why "take a chance' ' when
Ointment healMVIn-eruptlons so easily t
E.iravlf lrf. Dipt. Ktilnol, PHt-mif, Ml
M. J. I1I-A8K, realtor: "I nm
thankful (hat I llvo In the heat,
tho moat pronreaalvo and the
the faateat HinwlriK city in the
world, nnd anions wood people. I
nm not of the wuno oidnlou na
our county attorney iih to our
liopuiniiou. I nollovo that we
have Jmt hs Rood ioplo huro n
liny iiliiin in tho world and If n
hlcBdlntr to be ariioni; them. I mn
proud and tlmnkful to bo a Tul
HOLDS IN SENATE;
roNTINIIKII VIIOM 1'AOE O.VB
bate and took ocianlon to ejy that
tho deiuocrtitlc. fllllnistor vni a
"proper robtiko" to tho republlentiM
for hnvlne failed to amend tho eit
nte'a nntliiuntcd mid unjust rulea."
Two other utatomentH stood out In
tho nevonil houra of illecutwilnn, much
of which ilurlliR tho hitter tmrt of
Hie day Involved tho conntltutlonallly
of the bill. Henntur llndorwood. In
frponnn to, tin Inanlry, nnnounced
he, permirinlly, would not fllibiihtcr
tiuiI it tint alilpplne bill whou It
reached the Bcntite. Hefintor Hhort
rluK.' of Cnllfornla, In i lmrco of tho
bill, lnformcil thn aennto ho uiuler
Htoml thnt not nil of tho doniocriitH
woro oppoHed to tho mentutro nnd
that at leant one, Henntor Aahurat.
Arizona, would vote for It.
PASSED BY HOUSE
- BY MARGIN OF 24
CONTINUKI) niOM I'AOIJ Oil 11
mont, which wan adopted by tho
houno lestordny nt tho rcqucHt of.
Hopresontatlvo lMmondf, repub
lican, of PcniiMylvanln, was de
manded by Heprcsciitatlvo Ciiunton,
republican, of Mlchle.ui. Cramton
raid tho I).iui;herty bone-dry rullnK
lor American vcsscla would bo sot
n.Hldii by the 'i.p nubiuly nincnd
Operation Avoided by tak
ing Lydia E. Pinkham'a
Davton. Ohio. "I had such pairm
that I had to bo turned in bod ovory
time i wistien to
move. Thoy Raid
an oj-ieration was
don't you tako
riotta?' ond I'd
say, 'Oh, mamma,
it won't help me,
I'vo tried too
much.' Ono day
Bhcsaid. 'I.t rr.o
Ketyouonolwttloof each kind. You
won't bo out very much if it don't
help you.'l don't know if youwill be
lieve mo or not, but 1 only took two
bottles of Lydia Ii I'inkham'H VeKO
tnblo Compound and ono of Lydia E.
l'tnkhnui s illood Medicine when I bo
Kan tojjetrelief and 1 nm regular over
eineo without u pain or n headache.
When 1 tie down 1 can Ret up with
out help nnd without pain. I can t
bcRin to tell you how I feel and look.
I have begun to gain in weight nnd
look more liko I ought to. 1 think ev
ery day of wnvs 1 havo been helped.
Any one who dot's not belie vo me can
write to me nnd I will tell them what
ehapo I was in. I am ready to do any-,
thing I can tohelpyourrnedicine."
St., Dayton, Ohio.
ment ami backed up thla atatemnt
with protcvitii from tho Antl-Hnloon
loflBiio nnd theW C. T. IT.
All other iimondmcnta adopted by
tho holme an a committee of tho
whole were Approved without ob
jection LA FOLLETTE BLOC
TO MEET FRIDAY
CfJNTI.VUKtJ FItOM I'AOK ONI3
tho conference will meet bohlnd
cloeed doom. Any atittomenta wliji'li
aonator or representntlvin mny oare
to make to the prrwi will be given
out after thn deliberation of the
conference aro concluded.
A number of niombera of con
Krea. In addition to thoso an
noiiriced today, arinxpected to at
tend the meeting, the acceptance
IncltliUni; only thoee received up to
The leBlalntlvo propodale for con
aldeiiitlon at tho conference of
membera of coii(;rci and of civic
paitli ipiinla have not been made
public The connremilonal confer
enrn on Krldav In expected to adopt
resnliitloiia outlining a definite pro-s-r.im
for the pioRreanlvo "bloc' ti
be preannted lo the Koncntl confer
eiw on Hiitiirdny,
AIDE SENT HERE
TO DIRECT PROBE
IN LIQUOR REVOLT
CON MNttKI) I'ltOM PA OK ONH
down here nnd aeo wh.it they enn
do nboiit It.
"I n In koIiir to continue to run
thlriKft Just n a 1 ace fit until my
term of office na up on December
31, nnd If the nttorncy-RFii' rnl'a of
fice doca acini a man over to theck
up on thliiRa and proaccuto thenn
caaea that I have dlnmlased, It will
do little or no Rood."
Heaver raid lila office had not
been officially notified of the pro
poaod Intervention from tho nttor-licy-ltenerVil'K
AnawrrltiK the reiuet of the New
York World for an Interview nnd
phntoRrnph, flenver aent tho follow
InK tolflRinui to the nenviuiaper:
"Tho New York World, New York
City, li. X.
"In nnawcr to your wlro this flay
would nay I was elected "county at
torney two yonra iiro, and havo
acted na mu ll- to the present time.
I have been a prohlhltlonlftt for
tnnro than forty yonra. Whan doing
my bent to mipprers Ihiuor In thla
county with the amlatnnco of on
Inveetlnator, who, at tho Novem
ber election, ran for aherlff and was
defeated by more than throe thou
an nil. Ilia work aa tin InveatlRator
mix Kcnernlly commended, but tho
rcault of the election led mo to be
lieve thla county did not want pro
hibition. I have nlwnya been for
law enforcement and the number
of poraotia now In tho penitentiary
la n HvlnfC monument to that ef
fect, (alsned) W, V. Henver."
Many Tutanna were literally "up
In iirma". yeaterday followliis JudRe
.Seaver'a proclamation In whb h ho
declnred that he wna wnahliiR his
hiinda of the liquor traffic In TuIri
county, nnd that at far as ho was
concerned, there would be no fur
ther drive against bootlegger
Dozens of telrBrnms were tent
from Tulsa yenterday, nsklni; the
(.nvej-nor to take a hand In the mat
tor STld aend MpresentntlvcH to Till
aa to push tho charges win 'h have
been dlmiilBfled alnco the open.ns r.f
the piesent term of criminal court
"I have received teleRrnma from
aevcral large pupeia jn the eaat nsk
ing for picture."! nnd lntervlcwa and
the next thing- you know, I'll be get.
ting a tnovln contract or Hnin.etlung
like that," Scaver declared
tJnvcrnor nobertaori hna been
ntked liy wire and eend tho n'tnrney.
general to Tulia at once to tako up
and proaecule felony and liquor
cases dlamlascd recently by County
Attorney W. V. Seaver.
The reqiioet Is made by Frank M.
t'oyor, recently olectcd n utato rep
resentative from this county.
Iloyer stated laat nlRhtthat he felt
It time soinoj drnstlc action wuh being
taken to block what he termed the
nitonl.ihlng release of nllcgcd felons.
Ho declared ho would go to Okla
homa City pcrjfonally Thursday and
Intercede with tho governor to take
a. hand. , y
"Tho sltflatlon Is appajllliR," said
lloycr. "An official elcttcil by the
people lo protect them against the
criminal element H undoing the
work of mouths, nnd Jeopardizing
life and property In this community
apparently tr- no other reason than
splta because of the defeat of him
self and cortnln frlendn of his In the
Jioyer'a telegram follows:
"Hon. J. 11. A. Robertson, Gover
nor. As a member of tho Incoming
legislature, I would respectfully re
qutH that you direct tho attorney,
general to proceed at once to Tuln
to lake up nnd prosecute Certain
criminal cases which have been d.s
mlssed by County Attorney 8cavcr of
'Surface indications nro tint cer
tain defeated and disgruntled offi-
MADE WITH ROADS
CONTINUED KltOM PAOt: OSK
man; tax lovisloh .Qeorgo Wilson
of fitlltwatcr, chairman; frco text
books II. O. Miller of Norman,
chairman; public utilities !ee
Thurman of Cancy, chairman;
amendment to co-operative lawa
Kd Itcger of Hydro, chairman.
Officers of tho commlttoo of 21
elected today wore; J. A. White
hurst, chairman; ). II. Oonverso of
Oklahoma City, secretary, and 11.
O. Miller, vlco chairman.
clnls aro taking out their spite on
tho community by wholesale libera
tion of prleoners hold for trial on
felony and liquor charges. The situ
ation Is urgent. (Signed) Frank M.
ney," Frank Leo, United States dis
trict attorney, declared tonight.
"The action of tho Tulsa county
attorney Is entirely unwarranted,"
l.co said, and ho characterized his
actions as "flaunting reckless dis
regard to law enforcement In the
faces of thn law-nbldlng people of
"Wo are prepared," Leo said, "to
file suits In tho district court for all
cases which aro dlimilssed In tho
Tulsa county court nt tho request of
Scavcr. The fact that defendants
hnvo had their cases dlsmlysed In
that court will not protect them
from bulne prose, nua , .
charges. cu n foden
t nave been In rn..
havo promised him ti. . '1 '
onernl Inn In closest r
law is enforced In Tt "
ITnlln.l Ul.,l U'a 'OUlllV tr.
.iursnai Jlonrv n '
litis ticqultwed In ni" . .V y too'1e
"l Iw.nl-tll., ' . '10ttl
by Governor Hobcr , , n TZ'V
........ v.. ..nuwuu, hiiu Of-
uctlon will meet the ,,llv' Mt
of nil people Interest,. V, iX0
forcomont." '" 'w tS
By the Asxii ltej Pre Slut Win".
JU'SKOOIiK. Nov, 29 -"Tho tils
trlrt nttorney'H offb o will offer tho
atato attorney-general the losest to
operntlon In Investigating the liquor
rases dismissed on the uutl ority of
AV F Heaver Tulsa county nttor-
Special Thanksgiving Dinner
TRADERS NO. 4
llt'ICK m iLDINC,
SHCONp AND HOULDHtl
11 A. M. TO 2 P. M.
Crcmo of Celery
Cranberry P.iqce Hearts of Celery
Itoaft Turkey with Oyster Dressing
Craamctl Green I'can
White Snuco Mashed 1'otatoos
Hot .Mlnco ur Pumpkin Plo
Coffee Sweet Milk Uutternillk
75c per Plato
You Are Invited to Como
H a pair of Mart's Brown or Black Kid Dress Shoes nt H
g TURK BROS. I
S 2-DAY SALE I
318 South Main Street 412
(Store Clo:ed Today)
In the spirit of the occasion and to that end
Our Store Will Be
Closed All Day
MONDAY, DECEMBER 4TH
Next Monday, December '1, will be an excellent time
to start your course in either the day or evening,
school of the Tulsa Business college Many ambi-"
tious, worth-while, succcss-scekinif young men and
young women will start their courses Monday the
beginning of the Winter Term.
Call nt our offlco Friday or Saturday of this week mid talk mat
ters over personally regarding; your future 'welfare, or como
Monday morning ready for buslneas. Tako tho ttep that will
aasuto you of huccoss. Osnge H2U. Offices 109-11 I'ast Third.
S. Mimtrll Smith, A. M., Pres. V.. A. (lul.tf, M. Accts., Mgr.
Tulsa Business College
An Accredited Commercial College
Wonderful Blooms, Moderately Priced
Roses, Violets and Blooming Plants
Order Today of
"Tulsa's Telegraph Florist"
A DAY for reflection. A day for
meditation about ourselves, our
community, our Nation.
This day finds us as a people, happily
nearer the goal of stability than we
have been for several years.
For one we feel that our country is
on the threshold of a period of great
prosperity. Our city is sure to share
in it and our organization stands
ready to meet the responsibilities the
approaching era promises.
We are an optimistic people. So
mighty is our country, so vast its
resources, so huge its wealth, that we
have countless reasons to be thankful.
It is fitting that we offer this day,
thanks for blessings received, and
those to follow.
Tulsa Bread Co.
nTpHAT all may give thanks for the blessings of
the past year, today has, been set aside by ft'
c-i Day, to be observed as u holiday as each
individual may see fit.
2-DAY SHOE SALE, STARTS FRIDAY
Highest grade Men's Sample Florsheim Shoes
Choice . $7.85
(STORE CLOSED TODAY)
318 South Main Street 412
O, O. 110STON