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r 1 V PROMISES BIG HI! HALFIiAi K sandy ' TO BE QrVKN BY KENDALL STUDENTS. TYPICAL FOOTBALL PLAY Bur Playerg lo Be tfi stm- Pf tornen on too Btage, Al II' time I I good, sun p p UtOt' hall eomed) imiK' apropos than at this season nfthe year. Mid especially is it befitting Kendall oollegs, us they have jusi closed the most iuooese i ul football season of their history. "Half-bock Bandy" will be given m Lha Grand Opera House on Thursday night, December 17 Thta greel three act aeiiied) rapleta with run, laugh tar unii plenty "f the real "Rah! Huh' spirit" knows t nil live railages, la iii! product ni Mr Swurtout, the re nowned college play writer. It will tic Hiuarii under the capable manage i lent and direction of Miss Margaret VVvndham of Kendall edhool of eg preselon, Thta faol alooa lasuras kta success, aa Miss Wyndham'i work is i nctrn throughout the city. She hua ntartalncrl capaclt) houeee in a eoore nf antertii lumen ta during the put als year she hu bean head Of Ihe Kcfi iii II expression department. Pootbnt ptayeri Etonturai. si vi ral of lha ' K" football man are n. appear In the cunt Anions the moat prominent actors who were on llir Kendall hKKiccatlon the season lust dosed arc John Voung, Kendall's star Quarterback; iun Grove, half back on Kendall, and the only man In score in the Kctxiull-Hoom r name, mm Calvin Kraeer, one of Kendall's speedy snda Others of the Kendall M.uud will take minor parts In the si. Mr. Walter Arnold, the talented t. .n Of Mr. and Mrs. Iv M. Arnold of I his clt', w ill ad tile role of the "col- lege sport," while Miss Terrenes : i lelds, who graduated from Kendall expression school Inst spring, will he keen In her charming way in the char acter of "Halfback Sandy's Sweet basest," Actors idaptcd to Parts, it was "just natural" tor tbu u- dl II boys to play football this aeaaon and the star nun In the forthcoming pluj are tu be natural .Hunts" on tip' stage aa they bavs played on tin gridiron with ail the gut and brawn iiey nrasesasd the Identical mim they will (Icllyht the. r undiiiue v'lh nn December 17. The east Include about iwcnty-fie eharsotsrs, who have been curefully selected an I OOHChad under Miss Windham's di lution Tins piu promlaea to e. ipc any local talent OOmed) (iff i.inniiii to tin- theatre-going pan- I e of Tulsa Killilall Orchestra in Pit Ti.e luuslc for the comedy will pe f Ul ii shed b the Kendall OOllOgU oi Obektrs The orchestra bus almul twonty-flve members and they bavs been mooting for practice twice i veil, all fall III preparation for hia event. Professor Rsss, director, has a musical treat in atorc for the evon- In ul lha allow. in union III Hie Hole." The football Season at Kiiulall oloasd with a deficit of about five hundred dollars facing the directors The proosada from "'Halfback Bandy" arc to be applied upon this deficit Ii is hoped that Tulaens will plan to attend Una production, and eaelst in wiping out this five hundred dollars, . i d gn ti e boyi on their feel ready fui a sec, mi record-breaking iraann l.ext fall. Vim will see a rOUSlngi -mIi splitting comedy. Vim will have a good time and you will go home vlth your face wreathed in smiles What more could ou lab for'' Keats will le on salt', starting Monda inoin- I tig, Deoember 14, at the Raaall drug atorc. Popular prices will prevail Watch for further Banouneatnenta, and in the meantime get up a theatre party for that iiIkIii AT THE THEATRES UKAND. Mclntyra i lisath, who have been aiage partners since 174 In the aa llnaatton of southern negro types ol character and who are generally ac knowledged the most humorous men On the atage In lhat particular line of comedy, will be the attraction al the Orand theatre tonight In mag nificent revival Of then greatest mu sical comedy success. "The Ham Tree", In which the) will be sur rounded by a lame company of singers, players and darners under the management of John Cort. GRAND THEATRE TONIGHT McINTYRE AND HEATH IN THE HAM-TREE Seal Sale Rexall Ptione 18 COMING ONE NIGHT ONLY MONDAY Dec. 14th. PRICES 50c to $2 ( iiban A Harris Present Raymond Hitchcock hi Uta BiggPHl Musical Coned) SctuuUlon THE BEAUTY SHOP II, t h. mimic Pnllnx'k. llellllohl Wolf Hint (bail.- J. SebHN Precisely as PrcM-titod for Six Months nt the Axliir Theatre, Now iiiU. Willi I In' MMC e oaHMH Ml and ll-iulm thin. (.Ill I I s MNl.lNt. AM) it; CHaaWI BAMfl Scat Sale Itevall I liday Pbraae in. 1 HIC, Tin- i.iic announesa picture that will prove one of the trusts of U Mas, ill Hon. Sam D. I.'.ndoii s graai moral photoplM In five parts. "The inside of the white Slave Traffic." The picture will be allow n next Wednesday and Thursday, It cornea here with soma groal in doraement, soma of winch are below . CUs Wheeler Wllcoa nays: "Con. alder its presentation a public bene faction so vastly aupi nor m nuios of lta kind, There is abaolutely no omparlaon.1 This mammoth feature l the onU authentic drama on this eubject, fr the former chief Inveatlgatoi and prosecutor ot the nefarloua white slaw traftc Bar the V. B. (ovarn ment, Wlahca the picture to carry the most forceful lesson on morals and Hive the most graphic idea of the workings of ihis awful shame of our Ination ezlstlna ainom; US today. The following ere a few press notes of the principal paprte of the east and west, ha v inn witnessed this (real drama, We arc proud of same. A great moral leaSOtt. New Voil, Times. Realistic demonstration of the lurking dangers surrounding our girls, Mew fork Herald. An object leaaon to every one. Philadelphia Record. Highly praised by all who have seen It. Philadelphia Preaa. Tremendous warning to young girls. San Francisco Kxauilner. Qreat moral aa well as social lea ion. Justice Sullivan, San Kranciseo, Cat Kven the most sensitive can find nothing to offend. Rev, J. Hayes Holmes, of Church Of Munich, M .M STIC "Neptune's Daughter." In which the admirable feature is Annette Keller inann, will be shown al the Majestic theatre beginning today, Thursday and Friday. The pictures are indeed out of the ordinary. Whether sin be swimming in the waters about Bermuda with her mermaid sisters, sitting on the rucks with the waves breaking about her, divitiL. us she has done SO wonder fully before in a tank, in a pool deep In the tropical foliage with a group I of children peeping eagerly at her and I the southern sky overhead; Struggling in the water bound hand and loot as her enemies have thrown hiT to the waves, or still more excitedly wrest ling for life with her em my under the water, the fish swimming unconcern edly about, the m'w pictures are epoch in. king In the film plays. As an open air study of Miss Keller ni inn. who was never more slim and Shapely than she si cms to have been last winter when these pic tuns w.Yc taken In Bermuda, doing the best of her aipiatic fiats under attractive and picturesque conditions, the films in which she appears are a delight. There are others m which Miss Kel- termann dances well, others in which she fences better still and in nil the goenea Of the play, she acts ipilte as veil as any celebrity of the dumb itsge that has ever been seen here. The spectator watching Miss Keller nenn diving or swimming Views some thing entirely out of the ordinary se ries of pictures shown in this city Something which la worth while to see. It Is something in a play to see a Witch transform a wicked woman Into an OCtOPUa, The transformation sei nes are a source of wonder and delight and not only enrapturing to the child mind, but to the grown person as well. Women and children are requested io attend the matinees, for the night promise to tax the capacity of th" t'lvuire and aa the contract with the iiroilucers Ktilillluti. -I but one - a ft infm- I sien price for the evening perform ance, a considerable aavlng may lie affected by bringing the cntMrtsi to the matinees, The ticket office will open at 10. 4a n. Dl, and the first show will start pn mptty at 11. VALE. The Yale theatif present!" today for the approval of'lts many patrons, jephthah s Daughter," u three art drama by Warners Featnrea, incor porated, featuring Consentine Crawley and a full cast of Ptnis tais. Roecoe Arbuckle (Keystone Fatty) Is being featured also in a Keystone oomsdy entitled "Leading Lias) Astray," a comedy that Is sur tii plea se. The Plying "A" studios present The li.ggnr child." a human inter est drama featuring Bd Conn, Win ifred QresnWOOd and a full east of Plying "A" stars t'nmlnjr Saturday- The fifteenth In stallment of the "Million Hollar Mvs-ttry." ! WITNKSSKS s.W M.AI MAN DBt'LAREU UK wm i.d KILL Mil l. BABBH SENSATIONAL SESSION j WrguyU of Lgwyeri Bnliveii Pro oeedinftj Defendwil Ifij Tegtift Today, Two witnesses for the defense in the U J Raber murder trial yes terday afternoon swore thai prior lei the Baber traced) they beard Bd I flunk, one of the ofnoers whom ! Baber killed, make the statement Hint I he would "get Baber In the peniten tiary, run him out of the country or kill tile a o a h." Tiiis tsattmonj In support of lha theory of the defense that there agisted a conspiracy to murder Baber I came at the conclusion of Ihe tuns! sensational afternoon's session Of court since the trial begun two weeks age. Made iii orrldor, J. a Brown, for eight years chief of police at Dewey, iikla., who as slated Plank and Holmes iu bison In main raids fm Uguor during the life time of the two united States deputy marshals, testified that l lank made the threat against Baber'a life during conversation with him in the cor ridor of ihe federal courtroom in this city last iprlng. F. D. Jackson of Cuahlng, wim gald in- had known Baber suioa it2. wore thai he was present in the corridor when Plank made the threat and that thirty minutes afterward, in compsn) with Brown, he stopped Baber on the street and told him what Plank had said. During the afternoon attorneys on both sides becamt involved In a heated dispute that was on!) elided when Judge M. a Braokenrldge threat ened to takd lummar) action against the offending parties, His ruling wa. met by applause from Mime of tin. Spectators Who wire crowded up to the .(mini's bench and directly In front of the Jurybox. Judge Breck enridge thereupon declared he would eject from the courtroom any spec tator who repeated the offense, Ittarncgs Mi it. The attorneys had troquently been engaged In bitter repartee, Upon one occasion flint Moss of counsel for the defense remarked that "i vi rybod sei ms in underatand your proposition excepting yourself." directing his re mark at Prosecutor Pat Malloy. Maiioy countered with the state ment thai "i underatand perfect 1) that "'.oil ran out when he finished endowing you with intellect." After a rebuke from the court, At torney Moss, addressing the Judge. declared that the attorneys on "hbi side of the table" hud .-aid nolhinn that was not provoked by these "on the other side." Ho railed attention to the fact thai "the rights Of the de fendant were being violated." "Vis," exclaimed Assistant County Attorney Bd Crossland in a loud tone, "and the stale's got some rights, too." ''Counsel was addressing nis re marks to the court, Mr. Crossland," admonlahed Judge Breckenrtdge. "Well," replied Crossland, "he was looking right at me and what 1 said was meant for him." "I will not stand for this sort of iliing In front of the jury." said the court. Al this Juncture there was a ripple of applause. "And that sort of demonstration, mo," quickly said the judge, "will force me to remove the ipectators from the room." Half of Hie day was taken up with arguments over the introduction of expect testlmon) ami medical terms aruln played a prominent part in the discussion. Arthur Ray, an eye-witness to part of the tragedy, was also a witness. stale Makes Fight, The cross examination of the wit ness fm the defense, as conducted b) Prosecutor Malloy, was perhaps tin most relentless ever seen in a Tulsa County court ami Ills tenacious meth od! frequently called forth angry ob jections from counsel for the defense, It is probable that the defense will rest some time Ihis afternoon. The defendant and his wife will both tes ttf) today, providing new legal argu ments that will prolong the trial do not arise. Or. ti. M. Huilcr. who was on the stand when conn convened after the noon recess yesterday, underwent a lengthy cross examination, in which such medical terms as "transverse processes of the vertebrae", "lamina" and "cervical vetrebraa" played aa Important part. In answer to a hy pothettcal question from the defense, the witness had testified that a per son suffi rime from such a wound as Was inflicted on Plank could have walked a distance of 2a0 vards and the wound would not have been nec essarily fatal. Doctor on Stand, By a serlea of hypothetical ques tions. Prosecutor Malloy attempted aiso in prvve mar ine wounue received i by I lank migM Have produced in slant paralysis and caused Ins almost Immediate death. However, the oh- lection of the defi nsi to most of these questions were sustained and the stale was unable to shake the ti-u muny nf Doctor Itutler as given on direct examination. Or. Paul It. BrOWIl! the last txpett to be brought ill by ihe defense, was propounded the same hypothetical question as had been asked il Ihel physicians. The state, however, found a new mound for objection this time und was upheld by the court. Doctor Brown was excused without Uttering a airiKle word. The slate then moved the jury be instructed not to consider an) Of the testimony given by the proceeding ex pert wltnessea, but the motion was overruled, .1. A. Brown of Dewey took the stand lute In the afternoon, lie tes tified that he had been an officii nearly all his life and chief of police at Pewey for the past eight jears When chief of police at lisrtlesville several years age, he testified, he bad a casual acquaintance with Baber, S RE C I A L Wednesday and Thursday LYRIC THEATRE The Greatest Pieture Ever Produced 44 THE INSIDE OF THE WHITE I SLAVE TRAFFIC" The only Picture ever Produced On Our National Shame With the U. S. Gov. Endorsement. Prices 10 and 20c First Show 10 A. M. police Tulsa court. who at thai time was chief in Tulsa. Heard Hank's Threat. The witness said he was In last spring attending feiler.il Outside the courtroom one morning be was engaged i i a conversation Willi t in n K I in- inner asken mm about raids thai he had conducted In licwey. and then the talk led to Bill Baber, "Flank said," testified Brown, "that he was going to git Baber in Jail, run hlni out of the country or kill him. T'n ii I bft. Shortly afterward. Willie walking uown the stittt with Mr. Jackson we met Baber and jack- son told him what Blank bad laid." On cross examination the witness said ha had never told of the occur rence to erjytftfCy hut one man. who he dill not know, he coming to Hewi y and asking him if he would come to Tulsa and testify about what he heard Plank say In the federal court room corridor that day. E. IJ. Jackson waa the next witness, lie said that he was at present In the real estate business at Cusbing, OkJa. He was present In the federal court on the da) lhat Blank made the statement testified to by Brown, darned Defendant. "I had ust been on trial in the federal court," testified the witness. "A Jury had J ist brought in a verdli t of not guiliy. In the corridor outside Blank came up to me and said: 'Well, you nol off putty lucky, didn't you " Then another man who was present, and whom I did nut know, asked Plank about something about the Baber trial, Referring to Baber, Blank said: 'I will have to kill that g- of a b , pin him in the peniten tiary or run him out of the country ' 'Thirty minutes after that 1 met Baber In front of the Central National bank. I hadn't seen him in three years and after we had exchanged greetings I said lo him: 'Bill, you're in bad ami you'd better bo careful Blank told nn a while aKi thai he was going lo kill you, put you in the per Herniary ur run you out of the coun try. Baber replied: well, you know I'm staying home most of the time now. I only come down town to ut tend to my business.' " On cross examination Jackson tes tified that In- had known Batter since 1 RP2. He knew him In roffeyville at that time, In said. Baber was running a mill there and the. witness owned a drug stoic. "Was you over in the liquor bust ness?" replied Prosecutor Ifalloy. "i never was," responded Jack son. "When ilul you first tell anybody about what Plank said about killing Baber?" "About three weeks ago, when the attorneys for Baber notified me that they would want we for a witness 1 Suppose Bal ' r had told them of what I told him on the street that day and they wanted me to testify to It." Plank Carried Gun. Arthur Bay, a telegraph operator for The Texas Company, testified that lie was rooming and boarding at the home of Mrs. O. C. Monroe, ad- iolnlng th" Baber residence, last July. He was at the Monroe home on the afternoon ol the. tragedy. He detailed the events that transpired on that afternoon. lie said that after the third shot in saw Plank walk between the Baber anil Monroe resiliences with one arm ir mill an automatic revolver in his right hand. Later he saw I'lnnk lying prostrate at the rear of the Monroe home, lie was nearer the Baber inline then than when he first saw him ''curt adjourn. I until I n'oln. k UjTednesda) morning. Mrs. ii. ' Monroe, important wit ness for the defense who gave Hie main part Oi the testimony Monday, was recall.-. I to the stand when court DOnvened Tuesday morning for fur ther cross-examination. Mrs MonrOS ibnbd that she saw blood on Blank's clothing the dav of the tragedy. Her testimony was unshaken bv fifteen or twenty min ute, of cross-anamination. Uloiwi is Clash, After Mrs Monroe left the stand! ihe state agiin moved for permission ' to recall Dr. 8. D. Irvan in the stand ; to testify further as to i nature of1 ihe examination he made 'he bod of Kd Blank, which was e lUmSd b him ai Claremon sssNSrnJ v ago. This same question was ti "Ought? argued Monday and at thai time; Judge Breck en fidgs overruled the mo tion, holding, in effect, that the state j could not re open I's caae upon u h i a question after witnesses for the dc- ' f.'nse had alroad) been on the m.,.i(' and le-titiiil to fa. ts lhat longed, lo -MAJESTIC THEATRE- Ihree Days Beginning Today, Thursday and Friday, Dec. 9-1011 Continuous from 11 a m to 11 P. hf. 'i no moal brilliantly effective screen production ever projected ANNETTE KELLERMANN "IHE PERFECT WOMAN" In "Neptune's Daughter" KOMICTHIN'ti I IN IIIM I Ml III ISMI N I SIM I MUli I I II I Is I i I . i ACB (Hill II IN II U m vi is n IKZbtNQ, Sensational Fascinating Thrilling Wonderful Spectacular Ladles ami Children arc requested to attend the Matinees to avoid the crowd In flic exeninp. The Companj carries lis own Operators, Machines, Booths, Screens, Reflectors, "Neptune's Pa tighter" ran for six months at the Olobe Theatre, New fork, und this cli is the only Picture House in which this production has been eliutvn in Oklahoma, Prices-Matinees, Children 10c, Adults 25c-Nights 25c to All Bli Ol I'll I: OBI N 111:1.', M. Flit ST slo AT II. counteract the testlmon) of ir. Irvan for the state. While offering the same motion Tuesday morning another tilt between attorneys occurred. Alter Prosecutor Malloy had finished bis statement Al- J torney II B. Martin of counsel for thoj defense arose and declared that the state was "Making parade before the Jury.'' "Counsel for the defense is nisUim; I lie parade, ' shouted Prosecutor Mai toy, quickly arising t his feet, "and j that's what they sre doing riKht now." We obteet to such actions." Judge Breckenrtdge ordered both 1 attorneys to take their seats and can 1 tinned ill counsel about making state ments before the Jury that were not founded on the testimony and record.' Could Have waii, i d. Dr. r, H. Butler, prominent local SUIgeon, tons thO stand and testified In answer to a hypothetical question that a person siifri iring from such h 1 wound as Blunk wus said to have re calved at the Baber home could have I walked LT.O yards or more and that muii a wound would not necessarily 1 be fatal Br. Butler testified that be I had been a practicing BUTgOOn for 11 y.ars ami had treated 3" or to onose of gunshot wounds iii Tulsa during the p.ist eight years, fin cross CXSm , Ination he said that a wound such as described tn the hypothetical question I might not keep a man from walking , ot all. although under certain cir cumstances it tiiitsht prove fatal .n nd Anna Orr, who has scored sub itSatial hit ill the riilln illi'imr role of Vivian with Raymond Hitchcock In "The Beauty Shop", like most every one else in the theatrical prafesntOB has experienced some laughable hap- JMnlnga outside the theatre. Miss till sins thai one of the funniest exper ience! that she ever encountered took place ill a little ton i called Arverne In Texus. while Miss Orr was touring in a vaudeville act. Upon arriving at the so-called theatre, which was an old church that had been converted into an opera house, she found ever) door securely locked. While gaging ground in a bewildered manner she beard somebody whlstlniK from the doorway of the "Rem ral store", Inch was grrectly across the street. Hhe crossed over and an elderly man .who was busily engaged whitiHiiK a stick, said: "Are yon the actress for today'.' ' She replied in the affirmative. II" said: "Well. I'm the manager." She then asked Ihe first question nsked bv till artists playing the field of variety: "Whai tune do i rehearse, n Today Only The Winsome V itagraj h Star Miss Anita Stewart in a Three-Keel Vitagraph IVIc'odrama u 413 I'M Ml IK W I I. W I I M.V. lb. World at Work, at Blay and in War. li j stone omctl) . oMIN. TOMORROW NI i lcinY t he Darling of the Screen, MARY PICKFORD iii Her Latest siicics. Ill HIND Till; MINI 8." lo Five Heel Paramount Picture Produced o tin Famous Players' I iim ompanj ADMISSION: v Wli lilc No M) KSCK. music The manager laid! "Weil. if it rains you will rehearse ut II o'clock, and If It don i ruin, you won't rehearse until 4 o'clock, be cause my piano player also drives the town sprinkling cart." Miss tor added: "Needless to say. he wus some piano player.'1 This magnetic and talented little prima dona plays the part of vti:in, secretary ami general assistant to Doctor Arbutus Bmid. Mr, Hitchcock s eacrutlatlngly funni humorous role in "The Beauty Shop'' which comes io the Qrand theatre I one uiKht only Monday, December M.I Royal tvlator Killed. LONDON, Dec !.(&:( p. m l Karl An ur-By slid his companion. Lieutenant Beever, who disappeared early last month after sturtitiK on an aeroplane flight to the continent, have both been killed by lieiinans. OoUtttOOg Annoeley was notified to. lav that the men were shot on November 5 while flying over osteng, The sari was lav eais old. I YALE THEATRE TODAY THE BEOOAR CHILD' ' A Tense Hnuuo InUreit Drama in Two Arts Featuring- Ed Coxea aurt Winifred tlreiuvood of toe 11y.HK A ' Studios. A Rsystsns CoDtedv Untitled "LEADIMU LIZZY ASTRAY' ' Featunnf Keystons Tatty JEFIITHAH'S DAUGHTER' A Ttirs Act Drama by Warar' Feature, Incorporated, Ftattinng a Full Cast of Finis Stars.