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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1922
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HO LHUILO IVIMDJ
Frau Von Roehow, Whom
He Cast Off, Still Gets
Mail From "Bill"
HER IDOL SHATTERED
Her Life Just n "Yawning
Emptiness," Ilia Former
Fiancee Tells Reporter
(gdllor'l Kfttt-llTUIIni nf tha for.
i" flerman haleer at a -'ladlra' man"
ml ler-a aide of hit rhatanter that
Wat hitherto hIJiltn ta tha outalda wnrld
art mad today In an aioluolna InUrvtaw
with Pfau Oahrlat vnn ltoohnw, to whom
tha former war lard wa .eorrtly ennara.l
for tt month. Thla aneaa.marit, aa au
thoritatively told hr International Niwi
Vrrlea yaeteTdar, traa brokaii off by tha
iormar kalaer aa tha laault of praaaura
frrtrn member of hla entouraera. Ih tha
follnwlnr aiclualv ilory, 1'rau von No
ehove talla nf ialtara trim Wllhelm, nin
flr Ma ifiarrlaita tn Prlaceea llarmlna of
By . U WHYKll.
ii. N. 8. Waff Corta.rflnd.nl.
(i.DPtrlcht, UI1, by Intarnatlonal Niai
HlSRLl.V. Dor. 13. "Nothing la
morti terriblo tlmn to aaa your life
Multcrxl fit your feet."
Pratt (tiitirlrln won lioclinw, "the
other woman" in tho lovn IrlmiKlo In
which thn former 1( alitor Is thn ran
trfi.1 flfturo, fixed n pair of ateel-hlua
ryn upon tho correapondont In n.
hfflva nffort to stein tlio flood of
tears that wero wolllnR up.
Hit Ufo Kmpty Now,
"Jlfe to mo." alio continued, "nowr
aeoina llko a Ki"tt, yawnlntc omptl
iih. Can you Imaglno an nllar tlmt
ii without Its illoty?"
In hor littnrt Frail Oabrlila holil a
four-pnRo lottor written In itop,
awkward Griinui orlpt, MtranKoly
uontniHtlng with tho nlgnnturo which
wni nona other than "Wllholm,"
wrltton with tho HHiinl flourlah that
tiaeil to imprcaa officials of tha old
Tho Jotter hail just roaohed Krau
von Itochow today, although It wtut
tinted "Doom, Holland, Novunhor
28." U did not coma through or
illnnry mallji. It wn broiisht to
Jlarlln hy a triintril courinr.
Huddenly hor hand tlfihtenod lt
frrlp and tho latter crumpled up In
hor flt an nho cxflalmod,
"Why docs ho wrlta to moT Why
iloen ha nd Ine thoiio offti.ilonn ox
tollinc tho boauly and capabllltlwi
of hl new wife lnatead of Jut eaylnrT
one filnglo word which would put a
tttop to the cnmpatKn of slander
Irahv. HU Ilrld
"IIre ha writ to ma that 'iler
m!n in wonderful;' that ho la Junt
tho kind of wifo for him. Then ho
talla nin about flcoree Viorlrk
(American Journallat) 'havlnir via
Ited him at Doom and to watch for
tho nrtlclo that Vlorlck will ptiblUh
"But ther la not a alnifle word
.tylns ho is aorry about tha way J
wta treated. And to think that I
hava beon his Intlmnta friend alnco
138 and for fctx months was sncretly
nneaged to marry him. It Is dread
fill! And thon I hava bean callnd
hla 'housekeeper' In etorloa obviously
Inspired from tho houso of Doom to
fiefva as an llbl for Princess Her
mlne." ;l''rau von Itochow looked at tha
letter and continued:
1'JIero on this separata half-pao
he: has wrltton a dodlcatton to mo
which ho aaks me to pnato In a copy
oMhts memolra ho had ordered his
publishers to send to me.
JKIriis IMoturo WIUi I'tt Najiim.
J'rau von Itochow tossod tv pic
ture of tho former kalsor upon tho
table, askltiK tho Intervlnwnr to reud
tl(p Inscription on It. Wllholm had
wj-ltten "To his doar marfrraofln
frgm muxBraof." Theso wro pet
nainos by which tho couplo had
ltowu each other for nearly four
lp''niu Oabiieln raid thoy hod ben
ohtims slnco Wllholnt was 30 and aho
1$J Tlio word maruraef Is an allu
slpn to tho feudal pnst when tho
forbears of tho Ilohunznllerns nnd
tho tha Rochnws wore bitter onemles,
Attacking each other In their castles
TO CALL PARLEY
TO CURB PLANES
L UONTJNL'ED FrtOJt PAOB ONE
hiuuch upon a new program to the
oxtcnt to keen us at least abreast of
any of tho other powers."
"Tho duty of the statesmen of the
world socma eleor," continued tho
committee. "They owe it to tho r
spect of people to Join In a now
m'povemcnt to put a stop onco nnd
lqr all to tha needless diversion of
aat wealth and energy from the
fields of peaceful pursuit.
l'Tho committer, therefore, la pro-po-tlns
in thla bill that appropriate
steps bo taken with a view to up
plemputinfr. tha epoch-making work
of tha conference on the limitation
Frnnco Itcatrictfxl' OmfiTencc.
jjThat the WashlnRton conferonce
tijpk no Meps to limit aircraft and
submarines waa due to tho opposi
tion from France. All of tha other
pffwers were willlnc to undertake
Ifjrtltattona all down tha linn, hut
I'Tvinre, Mimrtlns under what her
djglegatea considered an affront to
French national dignity In the 5-b-8aJ.7D-l.V5
pro(?ram, ntoadfastly ro
fiii to consider limitation of aux
iliary naval vessels, submarines or
af-craft. They carried their opposi
tion to the point of a nesr break In
the conference, which led to ma-tv
btcr exohanros between the French
and British delegations.
,-The Drltlsh charged the French
wjth almln? at a huge nubmarlne
Ptperam to offset Dritlsh naval su
p&macy In other fields.
" frame nns undergone a
change of policy and w.uid now con
txnt to come into a world agreement
Crockett, Couchman & Crawford
ciovm-iKD runmo accountants
, Members American Instlttito of Accountants
3 Announce the Removal of Tktsir Offices to the
Fifth Floor, Atlas Building
r;?2 Is Reduced
On Good Conduct
t llAIll.KKfO.V. W. u.. Hoc. ii.
A f-iimrr banker, fugitive from
Justice fur eight years, and In
dicted mi 17 chnrgns alleging mis
application of funds, today re
ceived a minimum sentence nf a
year and a day In tho federal
penitxntlrtry at Atlanta, bncatiaa
it was officially rerognlied that
he "mad good In a position of
trust" during tha yearn that he
hail been at large.
The prisoner, Iloinor I(. Denn,
former vice prosldent of tho First
rtntinnai tmnK nr Mutton, w. va.,
rilMitppenred In August, 1911, while
an audit was being mada of the
bsnk'a accounts. The auditors pro
nounced tha bank Insolvent.
Dean was located ami arrested
last June. Ha hnd changed his
nutnn and had become sales man
ager for a sucfMissfuI ooncern. Ex
ecutive of the company informed
federal authoiltlett that Deiin had
their cmnpletr. confidence and
that they would grant him lenvo
of absence until he served hl sen
tence. Judge rjeorgp W. Mcf'llu
tic, tha prosecuting nttnrupy and
Dean's rounsnl, held a conference
today and the consequence was a
verdh I of gulltv on two counts,
alleging misapplication of U.ISOO.
Thn nther ' inn's were dismissed.
STATE BANK CHIEF
OF ABILITY URGED
Governor Asked to Ap
point Man on Sole Ba
sis of Worthiness
I'y tha Aolatail Preaa fit ta Wlra.
OKLAHOMA (MTV, Doc. 13.
Hesolultona urging Oovcrnor-KIect
Walton lo appoint a state banking
commissioner nnd members of the
hanking hoard nololy on the basis
of worthlnons nnd ability as a reso
lution of thu ulato guaranty fund
problem, wero adopted at tho cloa
Inc session of tha Oklahoma State
Hankers' association horo today
Tha executlvo committee of tho
ausoolatlon was authorized to con
fer with Walton and odvlea him In
regard to tho appointment of the
most capable men for the positions.
Uesolutlons adopted also provided
for tho appointment of a legislative
committee by tho executive counall
nnd tho Main banking board to draft
a deflnlto plan for the amendment
of the Utu bunking laws and pre
sent It to Walton and tha nan legis
lature for consideration.
The resolutions stressed that tho
operation of tha depositors guaranty
law depend wholly on honest and
offlclent administration and empha
sized tho importance of tho new
governor delecting only men having
requlilto qualifications and trust
worthy character nnd reputation to
fill tho banking positions,
The bankers also went on record
as favoring thu vxtnni.1 nn lit Mtnt.1
httliks of credit to farmers hard hit
by crop failures nnd pledged every
practlcahla facility to ngrlrultural
Interests lit their effort to stabillie
uio mantem ror farm produce.
Thn oonvontlon also urged that
tho Oklahoma delegation in con
gress get behind legislation to pro
vido tho necessary fa)llltles for I
nanclng tho producing und market
ing of crops.
J. 1. (llbson, president of the First
fatato bank of Klmore City, was
e ected president nt tho closing swi
slon. Ho succeed D. p. Itlchard
son of Union City, who has headed
the association for the past two
v. ll. Iencc, president of the
Oklahoma State bank at Knld, was
iecieu ico president and W. n,
Hamucls was ro-elcctcd secretary.
I Venturing further nnd forth.
afield scouts provo lnveutlvo In their
plans. From Chat Ic.iton. 111., comes
account of a. trip through tho
P"lrk mountains where the plot for
inn anupiinru oi uio JUlls" was
unfolded. In part It says; "Wo e
cured flatboata and started down
tho James river, paddling through
numerous rnplds, climbed Virgin
bluff, nofltly 700 feet high, and enr
rled our cargoes around tho danger
ous shoals at tho foot of this bluff
e crossed the old trail, saw the
Matthews cabin and met tho old
postmaster, 'Uncle ike' of the story,
then wont through tha marvelous
cavo with its long winding passages,
where wo had to crawl like snakes
on our stomachs." Scouts who have
read tha story will appreciate tho
tho thrill of this trip.
Federal Liquor Ruling
WASHINGTON', Dec. IS. -As a
result of the supreme court ruling
Monday that a man convicted in
the state couxls for violation of th
prohibition act may be rearrested
nnd tried for the same offense in
the federal court. Representative
Ilrennan, republican, Michigan, In
troduced a bill today providing that
a lltjuor violator may be prosecuted
In cither tho stale or federal court
but not In both.
on submarines and aircraft la not
known in Washington.
Ureal Ilrltaln, Japan and Italy, the
other principal naval powers of the
world are heHeved favorable to s'ich
a conference as Is now proposed.
C. I;. IUCEDK11. M. P.
(;i:OUC13 II. MlMiKH, M. P.
M. 11. MUSVINK, .M. n.
Announce) the romoval of their
211 Atlas llltlg.
Tl I SA
LABOR IS PAYING
TO HELP KELLER
i'ONTINl;D FftOM rAOfS O.'.K
dented In gineral, nnd In cotishlT
rtblo detail, that there was anything
Improper In his conduct na a gov
ernment agent In Oregon under
Francis J. Ileney, but asserted that
President Taft In granting a pardon
to Jom.-s had been "deceived" antl
that Jones had "paid for" the par
don Senator Jnhneon preceded Hums
to the stand, being introduced hy
Howland as a character wltnewi for
tho Investigation bureau director.
Henalor Johnnon declared he had
known Burna Intimately during tho
grsft prosecutions In San Frani Isco
after tho fire In 18011, and had urged
his appointment to his praaent post
hy Daughnrty. Ho added that he
had observed Jlurna under tha
"pressure nnd under the fire" In the
Sen Francisco Investigation nnd had
commended him to the attorney
general aa n "man of Integrity and
poewsslng the qualifications essen
tial to tha offlco to which ho aa
plred. In hla testimony. Hums not only
dealt nt considerable length with the
Jones case, but charireit that lnr
the nrrest of tho McNnmara brothers,
Bniuuei tiompnra nnu ' nounilod him '
at ovary opportunity. Il ntn
chniged that A. P. MacAuley, an
American citizen living In Toronto.
C'anaihi, who wrote to President
Harding, protesting against hln nn.
L ointment, lind been arrested In St.
ouls on Information obtained by
the Duma detective agency as to tha
alleged passing of worthless checks
drawn against tho Canadian Express
Tho Ht. I.ouls case wsa not pressed,
Ilurivrt testified, MacAtlley belnir re
moved to New York for trial on a
similar charge. Ho added that the
case never was brought to trial be
cause of a "peculiar alibi"; that
when ho was supposed to be in Now
York, ho was identified ns having at
that time, been in St. Louis and vlco
In his testimony regarding tho
Jones case, Huma told the commit
tee ho hnd mnde repeated efforts
to clear up' any point about which
there might have been doubt at tho
department of Justice, before tho
pardon was Issued. Aftor it was
signed by President Taft he said
yi -a - rr ft'
Met tnm dm th Incmoll Yn
It thin tnjr othtr watch. fctuHr,
ttlUMc fooJ loo VI n It cxttUi
tn, 4rii, 11.4 imill bojfc. Stronf
tnj good looking.
The licit Watch
5 Can Buy
Tka JtwtUJ, tl-iUa Watnbury
-llh a Rajlolita Jilt In ttU.
iUi c.n, M.
he went to the then secroUry r.f the 1
in'irlor, 1'lshor, and info: mad him
mat ' tn president had been de
delved and that Jones had paid for
Flther went to see Taft, Hums
continued, and waa told that the
president personally knew nothing
about the case except what Attorney-General
Wlckersham had re
ported and that the matter should
be roferred to Wlckersham. This
was done, tho witness went on. but
Fisher brought back word that the
attorney. goner.il was "very much
absorbed" and had said that "we
are going out of office soon any
how; let him take it up with our
Hums told tha committee that hn
followed this suggestion hut without
result and added:
"I havo been knocking at the door
from that day to this to get a hear
ing." With respect to tha McNamara ar
rests, Hunts charged that Oompers
had sent an agent to Los Angeles
to "prevent" tho contention of tho
McNnmara brothers, but that the
representative- had nrrlvod too late.
Also he chargod that when tho Mc
Namara brothers wero arrested In
Indianapolis Compere promptly had
Issued a statement declaring the ar
rests to bo a "frame up."
Declaring that It was untrue that
lie had "hounded" Hums, tho et
eran labor leader told tho commit
tee It had never occurred to him
"that thla manhuuter should re
gard me an hounding him." He de
clared that lifter tho Ios Angeles
explosion Hums went over the coun
try speaking nt luncheons and re
peatedly stated that ho would "get
Oompers, tho man higher up."
Interrupting an extonded cross ex
amination of witnesses, Chairman
Volstead tonight declared ho did not
bollovo It possible. Judging from the
character of tho testimony already
prcsentod, to make anything out of
tho case, ngalnst Daugherty.
Flood WnUjra Hocedlu:.
IltON KIVI5II. Wis.. Dec. 13
Flood vaters of tho Iron river were I
receding today following tho break
yesterday of the Mud Lake dam I
causod by excessive pressure from I
an overiiowing reservoir. A num-1
her of farmerx whoso homes alnnp .
the river worn flooded were return
ing with their families to renalr
damage caused by the water.
Hrandenburg. That was tha nu-1
In what wna then called Mnrlr I
claus of the Prussian kingdom.
consulted so often, carried so long.
The Ingersoll you give now will
be ticking Christmas Greetings
next July next September, and
so on through the years to come.
Your dealer can show you
Ingersolls to fit every purse and
purpose. Sizes for meh, women,
boys, and girls. Radiolite dials
thattell time in the dark. Jeweled
models in nickel and gold-filled
cases. Prices from SI. 50 to 59.00.
JwtJ mo cum. lx-ftU
CSoit oft nt dci!gnt
MOVES TO ANNUL
IN 'RUM REVOLT'
CONTlMJRD moil I'AUK Off B
the Judge had acted wrongly aa ho
had served notlove of Intention to
file tho writ and that for that reason
tho Judge's suspension order was im
proper. If tha supreme court sus
tains Norvoll it will mean that the
order made yesterday hy Judge
Hunt will bo Invalidated and Heaver
will ha reinstated as court attorney.
Almost .Matin Clean h'uecp.
If Judge Hunt had upheld the mo
tion filed yesterday by Norvell that
10 days' notice must bo given It
would havo meant victory for Heaver.
The same thing will result If tho su
preme court upholds Norvsll. For
10 days' notice wouid be until mid
night. December S3 Tho next dny
Is Sunday and tho next day Is Chrlst
rnns. Thnro will bo no court dur
ing the holidays which would delay
the case until after January 1, when
Soaver's term of office expires.
It is not bolleved probable that the
final ouster henilng will ever he
heurd, nn matter which way the su
pronio court decides. For in nnv
event a flnnl hoaiing cannot bo held
until after January l, nnd if would
We are showing a very fine assortment of Hud
son Seal Coats and Neckpieces, and beautiful Alas
kan Seal garments at sacrifice prices.
114 West 3rd St Osage 8183
gift like a watch,
used so much,
' -tk Thin, brlitia mo.li!.
C -o a of aiti,
( do r. i go d then, as Seaver'a term of
ffro wojM l-ave a'ready expired
and be would tu t be a sut jei t fur an
John Cloldesberry refused to make
any statement following hl accept
ance of Judge Hunt's appointment
yesterday. He said he would pre
par? (o qualify to tho office but
would mako no statement as to what
would be his policy duilng the serv
ing of Heaver s unexpired term. Ha
Intimated that his talking would be
done after ho goes Into office Jan
Soever also had nothing to say,
explaining that he was leaving the
entire matter up to hla attorney
King said that while he had a few
more statomonts to procure here, in
regard to Irregularities In the Justice
courta. his duty hero was ended until
tho final ouster hearing. He would
not say whether It will be tried after
tho first of tho year.
MCHKOC1KR, Dec. 13. Frank i
Lee, United States district attorney
here, said today ho would prose
cute in federal court wherever pos- '
slble all liquor cases dismlscd In .
Tulsa county by W. F Heaver.
About half of tho 60 rases Seaver, j
aa county attorney, dismissed may i
ho roopened for federal action, Leo '
Whh h Is The Illghtway? Advor
tlseni"nt This Ytnkce
I y rj
Telli Time in the Dirk
Tha fitnoua Intttioll Yanlia
equipped for telling time in tha
dirt. Riitium doel It. Conve
nient under tha pillow at aifhr
Tha Midget with a lumlnout dial,
lellt time in tha dirk, a food
tea far tnveltti.
A reel T-jwtled witch. Si mi
eo)M btilie-conmurtion it tiled
in etpemiva wit -hti. Price only
16.00, In (old-illcd ciu.f-j.co.
Words of Wisdom About
Women's Notaseme silk
hose, in all colors, pure
silk, mercerized top, heel
and toe, $1.50 values;
three pairs in (Q pTA
box for $0-tJl
Large assortment of dolls
Women's silk and wool
hose for gifts in large va
riety of patterns and col
Misses' all wool scarf sets
put up in individual holi-"
day boxes; solid brown,
buff, peacock, henna,
flame, camel, orchid, jade,
tomato, seal; also same
colors in contrasting
stripes, priced (j 0g
Women's Parisian cape
scarfs, in qualities $2.95,
$3.50 and $4.85.
Women's slippers, all
sizes and colors, for holi
day gifts, at dJ?
Kahn's for UOC
Largest assortment of
sweaters and knit goods
to select from. We have
full assortment of men's
sweaters, sweaters for
women, misses, boys and
children, priced for quick
sales before the holidays.
Boys' Overcoats Newly-
arrived boys' overcoats.
Just received a full as
sortment of styles and
sizes in boys' overcoats,
priced for the Q( QK
holiday at ... . JPtiOU
The boys' mackinaws like
dad's; in all sizes; special
holiday &n qq
Little man suits, sizes 2 to
8, made of quality wool
worsteds, for (IJP AQ
this sale at. . . . P07O
Big boys' knicker suits
sizes 15 to 18. We are
overstocked in these sizes
and have placed them on
special sale, (gr? r
priced at tj) 6 ,DJ
Come and buy all you need and have same delivered
to your home.
j TULSA, WEST TULSA AND SAND SPRINGS, OKLA. j
No matter how long your libt
may be for gifts, here at this
store you can find hundreds cf
suggestible gifts without going
deeply into your purse. Vp
have specially priced all mer
chandise for quick sales. We .
invite you to come to Kahn's
to do-your Christmas purchas
ing. Plenty of experienced
salespeople to serve you.
A Few of the Many
Ladies' bath robes
from $3.50 to,
Ladies' and misses' silk teddies,
Ladies' silk night
gowns, $3.50 to . .
Ladies' brush scarfs,
Ladies' silk, wool, cashmere,
jersey and spot gloves.
Ladies' Purses All purses at
one-fourth reduction during
Ladies' $3.50 quality Humming
.Bird silK nose, put up in a nice
holiday box, choice, dj Cp A Q
per box , ,. . Pj4fcO
Boys' extra trousers for
the holiday sale. Wo have
placed boys' knee pants
on sale at one-third reduc
tion. Boys' all wool blouses
Men's all wool frey
shirts, up from tPaiD
Men's Overcoats One
lot of men's overcoats,
sizes 34 to 40, to close
out, specially for the
Men's all wool broadcloth
overcoats, in black only;
chinchilla collars; for the
Bed Spreads Large as
sortment of bed spreads
$1.25 to . . .
Women's and m i s s e s'
coats. Come and see them.
New arrivals daily are
added to our $15 values;
$10 Dresjes Never had
we such a success as our
$10 holiday dresses for
women and misses. Our
New York buyer keeps us
supplied in new fabric
and styles which wo add
Women's Hats All vel
vet hats, including f&v
Men's Hats A dandy gift
a Stetson hat. We have
a full stock of Stetson hat
priced right for the holi
days. Blanket's and comfort3
aro also included in our
holiday gift sale. Come
prepared to fully save
one-third on your blanket
and comfort purchase.
All misses' and children's
hats go now at one-half
Kimono s good, warm
outinir flannel kimonos In
all sizes, at this (T i AQ