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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1922
England Recalls Minis
ter, Following Execution
of Eive Ex-Officials
Trials and Death Sentences
I niler Authority of Itevo-lutionaries
Scene From 'The Ghost Story' Little
Theater Players Will Present Saturday
. i national Newi Service.
miKNS, Nov." 20. Diplomats
tela uns between Great Britain and.
Ore o wero broken off today when
tho British minister, F. O. Lendley,
.d hls passports at tho Greek i
n office and departed for
becnu.co of tho execution of
inner tlreek ministers against
.a.'U'fl of England.
a reported l'rlnco Andrew anil
o, i former ministers In tho bov
fim.rnt under Constantino's regime
vi be placed on trial before thoi
ni 'ary iru'unai created oy uie
i Gr k revolutionary committee.
Ot r executions arc expected, Tho,
i secretary of the Hrltlsh leca-i
t, ind C. If. lientlnick. Hrltlsh
mr r of tho financial eoiHrol
c i i.ttoe. nro remaining here Tho
lod t of tho six former officials
rhc' o death yesterday by a firing
equal have been turned over to their
fair,!.cs. They were. Former,
I'reci.er n. iiuuiuiris, lurincr rremi
er i " dopapadakls, former Minister
f 1 tftrinr S3trntru. fnrmnr T.Virplirn
lllnlster Baltazzls, former War Mln-I
Mer Thcotkls, and General HadJ.m
est s, commander-in-chief ot the
Greek army In Asia Minor.
Took l'n to Jlrmely.
All took their fato bravely. Had
Jaiies'i3 wept when tho verdict was
read degrading him. but ho quickly
rci '.vi red his ctunposurc.
When 13?ltazzls learned his sen
"Tuv e as death by shooting ho re
moved his monocle, drew a silk
1. twill., etvlilof frnm ha tini'kttt nml
nervously i)olIshed tho glass. Goun-(i-iS,
ore of tho best known and In
fluential of modern Greek states
men, t ext to lilcutherlos Venizcloi.
cat huddled up In his scat wearing
Ins overcoat collar turned up. He
renui ed passive thitughout the
AM I ho prisoners wero pain and
haggard, for the sessions of the
rourt had been long and arduous.
They got practically no sleep on
E. A. "Caffery, first secretary ot
the American legation, attempted to
Intercede for tho lives of the con
demned men with members of the
new cabinet headed by Premier
Conatas. Mr. Caffery was Informed
that tho proceedings had been un
dertaken by tho 'Greek revolutionary
committee, which had created and
laestcd tho military court with
power. The. cabinet, nic-mbers said
they wero virtually powerless.
Culls Tliem Traitors.
On account of tho high feeling
created by tho sensational execu
tions, tho president of the martial
court issued a statcmciK defending
the death sentences.
"Theso terrorists, trnttnr." safS
the statement, "knowingly attempt
ed to strengthen the throno under
Constantino In order to enjoy pub
lif office. They used terrorist
methods to stlflo opposition
they betrayed tho people."
in view of the fact that
HUMAN, HE SAYS
Student Cites Romance of
John Ahlen and Precilhi
Mullins as Example
.is fund for dinners for Ibo worthy
The new Blase enulpinent u.n
In iip nt thi assembly yestent.iy fur
the first time.
SACRIFICES TO SING HERE
BATTLE ON TRAIN
Hero's tho ca!t of "Tly Ghost Story," at rehearsal. At left, front
Gnrrod, Itlcbard Keqt. Don Uangworthy. Center, Woodruff Williams.
Clarence Mcltae, Miss Huby Mno Jonos.
Miss Josephine Ttyman, MIsr Jesslu
At right, front. Miss Emma Anderson,
Negotiating a proposal of mar
riage Is the most difficult thing on
earth. Ask George ne knows!
George, in this case, is tho much-to-be-pltlcd
hero ot tho sparkling
Hooth Tarklngton comedy "The
Ghost Story," to bo acted by Jilttle
Theater Players with two other
plays Saturday In tho high school
auditorium under tho sponsorship ot
the American Association of Uni
versity Women. George, home from
college for the holidays, finds Anna,
tho girl ot Ills dreams, completely
surrounded by his rivals nnd booked
up solid for evory social. In despera
tion 1l attompts a proposal anyway
on the evo ot his departure, only to
bo frustrated maddeningly by un
kind circumstanco and cruel friends.
Ho uses every, expedient conceiv
able to a lovesick young man to drive
visitors from Anna's presenco all to
no avail. And then no hns a bril
liant idea but that's another story,
a story which wll bo revealed on tho
siagn Saturday with tho usual Uooth
Tarklngton wit and the typical
Tarklngton inslgth into tno hearts of
flappers and earnest young gontle-lAen.
Tho role of Georgo In tho comedy
will be played by AVoodruff Williams
and that of Anna by Miss Josephine
Layman. Tho young people, 1 U22
models, who mako the course of true
lovo run so rough for Georgo anil
Anna will bo 'acted by Miss Uilliy
Mno Jones ns Mary, Miss Jesslo
Garrod as Grace, Miss 12mma
Anderson as Ix-nnle, Itlchnrd Kent
as Tom, llcrlcrt Courtney as Fred,
Clarcnco McKao as Iynn, Don Lang
worthy as Kloyd. Tho part ot tho
maid will bo acted by Mrs. J. Donald
Dennis. Tho coach is Miss ISllzabeth
Marino Minister Tahon
HOME, Nov. 29. Tho Vatican
was greatly aroused today over news
of the execution of former Greek
cabinet members nt Athens.
"These people nro not Europeans;
they belong to Asiatic civilization,"
9-aid Papal Secretary of Stato Cardi
SCHIERLMAN ASKS DAMAGES
HONOR KANSAS IIANKKK'S SON
llritan and America have filed pro
tvts against tho execution, it Is said
that other nations will do likewise.
Tanner IJIx-rty, Knii., Jtnjor, Who
Wag WIilpiKMt hy .Mob, Files Suit.
INDEPENDENCE, Kan., Nov. 29,
A filalm for $30,000 damages under
tho Kamns mob law, it was learned i
today, has been filed with tho city
clerk of tUborty, this county, In be
half of Theodore Schierlman, former
Liberty mayor who was kidnaped
and flogged by a. party of men rcp-rnontInr-
th Amsrll-p tn Tift members
a"u!ot the Ku-KIux Man.
I Schierlman, after the flogging.
Great te-iignod as mayor and has slnco
l'oMliuiiinus Award Ut I.lciKciuuit
Hinckley, Killed in I'mneo.
OMMIA. Neb.. Nov, 29. Tho
congrssional mednl of honor will
bo irwnrdcd posthumously shortly
after December 15 by Urlg. Gen.
Georgo U. Duncan, commander of
the seventh army corps area, to
Second Lieut. Krwln It. Ulcckley, nlr
observer and nan of E. B. Ulcckley,
Wichita, Kan., banker, it was an
nounced at corps urea headquarters
Lieutenant. Bleckley lost ills life
attempting to carry provisions by
nlrplano to tho "lost battalion" dur
ing tho Mouse-Argonno drlvo by
was bhot down.
In France. Ho
Fireman Is Killed by
Smoke in Long 'funnel
ESVANSTON, Wyo., Nov. 20.
Fireman William S. Konnlson, 30, Is
dead and Engineer T. W. Thomas
and Hrakcman McLoughlln nro re
covering from tho effects of gas ns
a result of their englno becoming
stalled In tho Apen tunnel near
here, Tuesday, Tho tunnel Is a mile
long and on account of tho air pres
sure was full of smoke.
1 l'M-.ilht had lled til this lint-
n uk') Instead of In the dim dl
i nt jr.irn of Ainri'lm's Infancy,
In umlc tliMt bilcd John Allien
ir ni'iild haMi beeli worth mil
u d'Urs in the movies. And John,
ten lilmstilf nilKht hnvo Klven
.i e Hld a tun for htiJnuuey.
s i W.iiIb Arnold, high srhool
. lr. sc t forth In his exposition
Mm.', to iiuote his own phrase-
that our most worthy ihb-
i Mid patriarchal pu'dei'ossors tho
1 utnr were afflicted with tho or-
t.i falUcles of tho human race.
r it .M was ono of tho speaker at
i t general assembly yesterday
ii .i k devoted to Thanksgiving
(! I.( i ' Ion.
V.lii.ld exploded the theory that
ts l ilgrlmw wero Mm oilghial blue
iv; allocates, poiyeil for whole
week-ends and Were generally supnr
um.in In their samrily. Human be-
u r, i tin y were, with tho frallllrs that
i idcar nil huuinn beings to ono an
ther, he contended. Hut overy rule
iKv.'iys has Its proving exeepMon and
in tb kiso Prlscllla was It.
'Tluie was one ot the Pilgrims."
aid rnohl. "who was Just about as
jIirlM. as they get on this eiirlh.
1 Iv r ii. mie was J'rlsrtlla Mullen.
I upul.tr histories say that when Cap-
t In Miles StundiNli liei'iime nunc
lis.--ly lnfotuated with Sister Pits
i Mm his limit Jumped so that It
blew a huge hole In tho left breast
1 ut his armor. Tim old captain, al
though ho could stand up in and in
, no uncertain terms tell tho Indiana
vwiero to go, couldn't sum tip tho
courage to ask Miss Mullen to go
to the nltnr. Ho showed tho poor
Jtidgmenot ot tho militnry man In
(hosing John Alden, tho Wallace
Held of tho colony, to mhko tho pro
posal for him. John did iib ho was
told but Prlscllla put one over on
him. Looking up into his race witn
a emtio that would bo worth a mil
lion dollars in tho movies .100 yeais
;aler, alio whispered, "why don't you
opoak for yourself, John?' John's
heart indicator registered on ln-
rrcaso of about throo hundrod bcatM.
a inlnuto and they wont Into an au
tomatic clinch to tllustrato thulr
youthful affection. Captain Mllos re
fused to send any present and
snubbed tho young couple on nil oc
casion. Ho illilnU forget Jils
grlowinco, cither, .ts is shown by the
Met that ho later married his son.
Alexander, to Sarah, tho daiighlei
of John nnd Prlscllla Aldcu."
Arnold's talk was u, facetious high
light In an othcrwlso serious pro
grain. Several btudonts gavo talks
on phases of Thanksgiving day and
its meaning, and nt tho close of tho
assembly a collection was taken In
bo turned over to Iho Y W. C A. for
Kathleen Kcisllng, Child Wonder
Mimer Tunis Uouii lm llnlluii.
Kathleen Kemtlng, ehtld under
singer Is ssrilfloInK all oppoituimy
to be the guest of the famous Mme.
Emma Calve In HI. Lmls In order
to ilis tho gui'st of Tulsa Friday.
An Invitation from Cxlvn to lm
her guest Friday In Ht. Louis, where
the diva Is to give n concert, came
to Ksthleen just before Kathleen's
porsoiiRl lepresentHtUe left Wichita
for Tulsa Tueedav night. The llltlo
Kilt reftietflllly gave up the great
honor that would come to her In
being tho guest of the world's great
est Carmen and declared that she
would koep nil her Tulsa appoint
ments, including a reception Ptlday
ntternoon. Mme. Calve also wrote
that If Kathleen should find It im
possible to eomo lo St. Louis l'rldnv
the visit may bo arranged for some
other western city In which the
French slnfcer appears later In the
season. "It Is well understood." the
diva wrote, "that when my tmir Is
ended near the end of April I will
gladly take you Rnd your mother
with mo to my home In France for
the summer." It has been arranged
that Miss Kersttng study with Mine
Calvo at her emtio in the south of
France during tho summers and In
New York City winters.
Miss Kerstlng will reach hero
Thursday and will appear In con
i rrt .Saturday evening at conven
Tin ce IHo In Gnu I'ight.
HAltLAN, Ky.. Nov. 2'J. I. C
Pope, Harlan police chief, Lloyd Hall
and Jim son Sidney Mall wero killed
In a Ihrce-corneied gun flftht hero
Into yesterday. None of tho par
ticipants lived long enough to de
scribe the fight. Chief Popo had
entered tho Hall hninu to luvestlgato
reports that tho men wero engnged
In Illicit lluuor traffic
Suspect Negro Bootlegger
and Officer Wounded
OKLAHOMA CITY, Nov. 29.--Joe
Palmer, special agent for the Mis
souri, Kunsaa . Texae railroad wa
wounded, timl tieoran Dray negro,
was perhap fatally shot In a gun
battle on h "lat" passenger train
six miles ntH of here toda, The
train was bound front Kansas City.
Palmer said he was Investlgatlnii
I he robbery Ism night of a dopnt at
Agro. Okla., an I etisplelnned the ne
gro VUien the latter h'nr,li' the
ti aln a few sin I Inn t ll side .r At g"
eauyliig a wll-filled su ' cue.
In n In- nppmi lm! tbn i . tro mul
demanded tn si"' the emit, i Mil ll '
Ingg me Uifiy sprang to h " fre, and
liegnu firing at the olfleer . , ic
soiigers In the smoker and i-ei
section of the roach fled tn row
Palmer returned the negio's lire A
few seconds later two i.ih r.fiefm
ivho happened to be uii tup ti ' i
lined up beside Pnlmer with -m"i
Ing revolvers In their hands. ,md
neirro rumpled up In the mal shot
thrnugh the head and nllu
spot In the body. He l nor tx
pected to recover.
Palmer waa shot throueh n l n
and arm, but his woiiii.!- mil nut
prove eorlntis, ph.vslctuns mi.
Flist tM wag given tin- w r m1iI
men on tha trsln and an anibul'iint
was waiting to lake them in a Ii
plml when the train arrived.
Pnrtimalln pulsating wings f..r
iilti'lanps have been Invented by an
Auttliui Hist sic s.ild lo h.tye ad
x mtiiKi . nver propclli-is
If you arc a constipation victim
you need Bran that is ALL BRAK
KcUorr's riran, rooknt mul krnm
Med, Is so ilelirimis and inviting that
tliolisaiuls of fatiiilies iim H reiistantly
to mako enticing bakery bab lies, siu h
ns bran imiflliH, panoaki s, raisin htend,
t ic, j lliey out It as a cereal, nnd many
uprliilvlo 11 on llieir favorito rcreal, Its
niit-llko llavor baying n lluo npponl.
Many nuiro tlioiisanil.1 of jicoplo cat
Kellogg 'a Hran every clay of tliclr
lives heeniiso it lias pcrnianeiilly re
llevnl tliem of roiisllpadon and tho
dangers of driuuled ilmciiscs that eon
stipallon lerul.i to. If vou nro milTcr
iiig with onsllpallon juil need ALL
1IKAN- Jfcllogg's Uran wllh Its
permanent corrcctlvo qualities, l'ooils
Hint nro part lirnn can never glvo tlio
desired relief bconuso they do nut con
tain siifllcient of tlio clcmcntrt that
KclloKg'a Jltau naturally coutulns.
When yon know Dial constipation
heads directly to llrlglit'fl jlisenio and
ether itllrncnlp, thero is no tuno tn
bo lost in experimenting. Ki Hogg's
limn, itoIleioiiA In lis patented rooked
and krumblcd form, beiomcs mi im
inetlinle neccsilty. If it ii cotfii Tcgu
larly (two talilrspoonfuls dully ; In
clironlo eases with oiicli meal) It will
rellovocoiislipntlou jieriiiiiiiently t Vour
physician will recommend Kellogg 'a
lirnn. It will rco you from proprie
tary pills nnd rnllinrtirs which nro na
systein-rackini; and almost ns danger
ous lo health us constipation itself 1
Hervo Kelloeg's Hnm rcgulnrly.
Watch tlio lienllh of your eutiro fainlly
improve. H Is vonilcrful for children
lfellogg reipi!S nro prlutctl nn eacli
package. All groeers sell KclloBg'a
lirnn. cooked nnd krumblcd.
Our Store Will Be Cloned Today in Observance of Thanksgiving
Swan Park Addition
i:.vciit:sivi: homi: sitks
Sea theso today.
F. J3. HICKICItSO.V
HOME, Xov.29. Protests against
the execution of former Greek min
isters at Athens wero voiced In the
senate today. Former I'orelgn Min
ister Tlttoni eald many officials were
horrified nt tho news from Athens.
A WOMAN WITH A
moved to Nowata, Okla.
then you will like
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Tour complexion makes or mars
your personality. If you have a
clear, smooth, velvety skin, free of
plmplca nnd other unsightly blem
ishes, you need novcr fear tho im
pression you mako on all you meet.
Soma women aro endowed by na
ture with a clear, smooth skin; oth
ers not t-o fortunate can acquire this
beautv bv tho nsn of Hlaek and
Whlto Beauty Bleach and Black and '
wnito Soap. Go to your favorite
drtg storo nnd buy a 60e Jar of
Ma k and Whllo Boauty Bleach and
a cako ot Black and White Soap.
Use It according to directions nnd
you will be delighted with the re
salt'. Beauty Bleach Is an ex
QUls'tely perfumed, flesh -tinted
All r.n,1 nn innnlv Vnil
ltli Beauty Bleach and Black and ITerfVtion in
Wliit0 soap at 25c a cake, (Confections
me pest job
Rich, fresh pecans dell
ciously blended with the tariK
of pure honey and chocolate
impart a flaVor to theso
confections that is indescrib
ably good. If you are fond
of "just candy," you 'will be
delighted with Davis Honey
Cream Nut Chocolates.
Try a box today and taste
Black, nnit Wlilto Toilet requi
sites arcTbold all over tho world.
2-Day, Saie Starts Tomorrow
Any pair of Men's Oxfords in the store
' , $6.00
(Store Closed Today)
"Tulsa's Largest Shoe Distributors"
318 South Main Street 412
On this day set aside by the Pilgrim
Fathers to give thanks lo Almighty God
for a bountiful harvest and for His care
and protection against the many dan
gers of their wilderness surroundings
we may well pause in retrospect to re
view the manifold blessings a kind
'Providence has bestowed upon us.
The pioneers of the Southwest also
passed through many perils to prepare
the way for us lo help build here our
For all of these many advantages,
whicji we of the aftermath have the op
portunity to enjoy, we feel truly thank
ful and join with all loyal Tutsans in a
proper celebration of the day.
Store closed all day Thanksgiving Day.
120 South Main
Let us be thankful
Let us be thankful:
for the bounty of Providence.
for friendship, that we may dwell ill
peace with our fellows.
for sunshine, and rain and snow that
the earth may become fruitful; i
for our birthright, that we may know,
the true worth of freedom and democ
for the sense of smell, that we may,
know the clean perfume of Autumn
And let us be thankful for our legs, that they
can carry us among the hills and down in the
Let us give thanks for our health and
strength, that we may attend our daily labors
and reap the reward of our toil.
And let us never lose the sense of gratitude
for the heritage which has come to us from
the Pilgrim Fathers the heritage of courage,;
resourcefulness, piety and enduring faith.
Let'us use this heritage in our business, and'
in all the walks of life.
Tulsa's Largest Livest Leading Store for Men and Boys
311-313 MAIN STREET