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DEI K M B R R 90, 1514 K I V THE FANK CASE (Continued I'roin I'ajce T i ne t hi "l l H-'. i I .il people ni l i! Ill iiinl il i f (lit pflMSg UuniiK the morning, i 'i oiu I o' lot N In tlis aft ernoon, whsn Frank returned from hiM lunch, until k (the itats oontondtd that Mary Pbsgan vss murdered on the at i Boor I a aan l " o' loeg and nva mtnutsa after If) hi was alont in tin nfflot working on a finan cial Mil rt wiiii n ii uuh hit custom to mall aaoh Saturday to dm stock holder! of the oonoern. Tbli thaat, Rocordlng i" i in- computation of .x prriN, necessarily nei nalod hlin at laaai threi huura. II wan in Frank's handwriting, without n traoa or mm - tuanrax, iimI ultli lul one slight error in tin entlra calculation. Both tldat practical!) admitted unit it would liuvo lii in pliytlcall) lini'oHtiihl to huM- prepared iiii" tbtet In hi wn handwriting thai afternoon if Crank bad niurdored tin m?i m i n, i'rank wan narvout after lbs die ry of i iir body nca( morning as Indeod wai nverybodi sun The faotorj bad to if nlosed down on Wondaa because of hyaterlt among the women cm plo) aa, We could tin retort hardly nave bean the abnormal creatre to have performed thii picoa of intricate calculation and pencro.fl wlthoul tract if norvouaneaa or confualon. Tha state, therefore, Ineffectually etidcav. i. red In show Hint tins work WM done iii tha morning. There was. however, the leatltnon) of i nan) witnesses win. inn) been in nntl oul of the otiiou that da) beforo Crank left for lunch I., have im'i thlt matter in any doubt, After completing ihis statement, Prank wrote ; lettor In ins own hand, writing to Iiih uncle, tha prealdonl of the pencil reniii.nn. who had .1nt gom north and wat stopping at the Hotel McAlpIn in New ITork, tn t t a way to BTurope. That letter It bora mi out becauae Bolloltor Qeneral Dor gey, in liiH argument to tha Jury, ln simi il i hat certain w utencee in it wera strong Indli atlont of gulll i "Atlanta, On., April 26, till, Dear I'ncle; 1 trust that this (tads you and dear Tents (aunt) well after arriving -ufely in Nm fork. J hope thai you found all tlie dear onet wall in Brook lyn and I await a lettor from you telling ine how yon find thtngt there. Uv il1' and I are w II. "it is too abort a time ainoe yon left for anything startling to have ds veloped down here. The opera baa Atlanta in its grip, hut thai endt to day. I've heard a rumor Hint opera will not be given again in a hurry here. 'Today was 'yontlfr ( holiday ) here. and the thin gray lino of veterans, smaller each year, braved the rather hilly weather to do honor to their falh n Comrades. "inoloaed you will find last week's report The thlpmentt .still keep UP well, though Hie result Ii not what one would wish There is i othlng new in the factory, etc., to report. Inclosed please find tha prloe hsi you di tired, "The next letter from me you Should get on hoard ship. After Hurt I will write in the addreta you nave me In Prejtkfurt. "With much love to you both, In which I. utile Joint nic, 1 am, "Your affectionate nephew. "l.Ki i If. 1 HANK." Perhaps 1 oan best give Die reader nn idea of the kind of "evidence' pro din ell agalnat Frank, and of the ab solutely unfounded and rldtculoua sus pii lont against him by quoting here from the printed argument of Solicitor Qeneml l-ioetty ho thu Jury: "Now here Is i sentence that is pregnant with significance, which bears the earmarks of the guilt) con aclence; tremulout as he wrote it? No, he could shut his eyes and write and make up a financial eheel be't capable and smart, wonderfully en dowed Intellectually, but here's a sen tence that, if l know human nature and know the conduct tbe guilty conscience, and whatever you may nay about whether or not lie prepared the financial sheet on Saturday morn ing, hi re's a ioi nun lit I'll COnoedt u,s written when he knew thai the bod) of little Mary Phage n, who died for virtue's ."ake. lay In the dark re cesses of that basement, 'it is ton t-hoi i a time,1 lie his, 'since you left (or anything startling to have devel oped down here.' Too short! Too short! Startling! But 'too short a time, and that its. If shows that the dtstardl) deed was done In an in PNdlMl abOII time And du )ou tell rot, honetl men. faii men, aouraseoui men, ti in i igi nflana ii i king to do 1 your duty, thtt that pbraae, panned I by that man to his mule on Baturdg) 1 afternoon, didn't oome t i eon dsnee that wai its own gei isart 'it1 is too short h Unit mn. . you left foi anything startling to bavt developed down ben 1 (Thai do i u thmu of HUM ... And do you ti 11 me thai tins old gentleman, aspect! tig to tali for Ruropa, the man who wanted the pine iit ami financial ibeet, .arid anything for those old baroet in gray? Todai wua yontlff i hominy nere, and the thin gray line of vet erans lute in hv ctl the rather chilly weather to do honor to their fallen i. mi .ides ; and this from USO M Kranlt, the atatlaUolan, to the old man, the luillfbnuire, 01 nearly so, who eared so Utile gboul the thin gaai Una of veterans, bul who eared all for how much money hud been gotten in by the pencil factory. ... 1 tell you that letter slows nil Its fuce that something itartllng had hap pened, ami thai there waa something now In the faciei), nd I tell you Dial that rich uncle, then supposed to bt with his kindred in Brooklyn, didn't cure ,i Hip of his finger annul tin thin (tray line of veterans 1 it there it any evldenoa of gulll In ibis letter, then one might be on wen d on clroumatantlal evldenoa for j ii ciiiiir tha Lord's prayi i Prank explained thai the reason! he bad asked Newt Lee to report at O'clock On Saturday was that he was io have gone to the imii game; but i that mi account of tbe raw day ami the accumulation of work he didn't go. There was therefore no occasion I for the services of the wad liiuati, ami w hen In- i nine, the day being a holi day, he had told Uoe he might go out and return nt slv im leaving the factor) lhal niitht nt siv, Prank had found al the afreet entrance, in conversation with .he watchman, t man named Hantt, r mer timekeeper and chief clerk he ! factory, who hoi been diaohar by Prank tome days before because of a cash shortage which Qsntt had re-1 usod to make good, The niKhi watch- mo I himself testified thai I'rank had told him Hint he had discharged I Qanlt, thai in- didn't want him around I the factory, and for Lee to watch him if he saw him around limit was a large man, six feet nnd I foul Inchee, who had Just come across the street from a aaloon and was ap parently Intoxicated, lie wished to pet Into the factory to net mi old pair of shoes which he said he bjkfl theie, Lee swore thai he thought Prank looked itartlod when be ran into Qantt at the doer, imt explained that he thought I'rank feared that Hani! "inlgnl do him dirt." After sonic hesitation, Prank told l,ee to k'o into the fac'ory with Qantt, to tee thai he uol his hoes, to sec him out, and then lock up ( ailing tlie K Igiil atdunan, ! Prang explained that immediately! on his arrival home, and at half-past six, he had called Lee on the tele phone, but was unable to act him; ! thai he again tailed him al 7 o'clock win n Lee, who was supposed to punch I the register at that hour, would be sure to be lii the neighborhood of the ; telephone; lhal he had Baked If (iunlt was (rone and if everything was all riKbt at the factory, and that Lee had answered both questions in the affirm ant e. Frank's explanation was that Lee' had boon in the employ of the factory less than three weeks ut the time, and that in addition to the unwelcome presence ,, linnlt In the factory that ' 1 night, It was not unusual for him to call up tin- watchman, as former I I watchmen well knew; thai the factory had no regulai nocturnograph, with 1 stations in different parts of the fac tory where tin nl;lit watchman would he compelled to punch; and thai hav- ing only the regular register, it had been his custom to call the watchman I on various pretexts, ev en as late ns 1 1 o'clock at night, for the purpose of I assuring himself thai the watchman ' vva' in the factory, awake and alert; 'and that other official! of the factory as well as himself had been In the ' habit of doing this a e, in fact, ad mitted that Mrs Frank, as well as the bookkeeper, had rutin him up In I the three weeks he had hern there Negro help is not the most reliable in I the world, and there was in the fac tory In addition to the danger from Are. valuable lecret machinery which it was necessary to Safeguard, Thai i Frank's anxiety was n. i wholly un justified was proved by the f.nt '.anil uiiiir aioimii tlie rnetorv some- m JL r 'M rA Christmas Glfti of Jg I JUL Gift Of I M.Mn,; JL n i me l mm l Beauty ami in Jewelry MJfo l la,ut' Wt ' S flit' II I'-l 1'iUI-li t'l ;i h Hi III '-Hi B 0 5 IS A 1 1 i ACCPnianiln is ;ilw;i ui it . The Lr' ei1 must kee iliinu' which someone cls Jewelry has long Ijeen I'casuii for 1 his is found ellU ci 'Maine and aiwu dVnotlier t'erv detiii'abli t hat -in ihc 1 rat an v arc III II l etmg it suinc In ihc favorite gift aiiii'le. ind Hie in t he fael that il is alwa s ;ic ii'ccial til a sdti is the fa. t ih cars to oome a glfi oi the friend or loved om 'The I'eiiulaiioii of it lasts ih w I win i hit .iialit aluioKl lr m eavi1 i of t rust w. ill hy . indefinitely, Pol iKiiiin r pweirj hh cars a i ill a icr M tM'c I- iiriiiiiii ccr piece '!' gooilM s. ..-'"Mi".-,. is i Ml s. w. ' mams LOOK AT OUR WINDOW Monday 21st and you will see sonic thing very attractive and pleasing to the eye and purse C Wll cac this i pieec ad as at Wc Our ic VOU Cut Mon nave a big want Cm redud vou t i las- sec w muov Wc mI The prices will he mi it quote vnii prices in lie ass can a v will lie cce )(' Inl' I jiist as at t ractivt iiinls we are pricing. uity. I lie price we This Monday Only. The American Jewelry Co. A. OWENS, Manager. East, Third St Dlamleitng? for the moment the psy chology of the "murder notes" and the ttory of Conley't dolngt on that (Saturday, let us turn to the dtvelop mentt which moved the police to place Conley'a apparent Jilt on I'rank, and to make I'onley the do. lied. uliKtahle, cruinhlliiK, brokuu rod of .1 uat Ice. (To Be Concluded Next Week.) Couldnt Bag. Bashful Vouih l want n preaenl ror a young lady. Haleawoman sister or Dnacee? Bashful ITouth Weil er she hasn't said which aha would be yet.- - .1 lull,','. What Is the Matter With the United States? 'lime and went into the office the li b phone while he was Awful Outlook, "Opera stagers may enlist In this European war." "Weil, the slaughter will be dread thai j fill if they turn upon the enemy the lolmllV HUT riinuil'iiin Hist' ' and used inward one another." Kansas City there. I Journal. Unique Christmas Gifts (iit'ts thai express Iho individuality of Iho Bender are the most appreciated by the recipient. Our assortment of Pine Color reproductions, Paint great variety at prices that arc consistent with the quality. We are showing a most beautiful collection of Original Paintings in Oil mid Water Colors, these come in frames thai were especially designed to fit the par ticular subject. Our assortment of Pine Colors reproduction, Paint ing Profs, and Etchings is a very choice one. You should become acquainted With the beautiful gift wares we have on display, such as Antique Oddities in Pottery, Brass or Bronze for the Library or Den. Tulsa Art Store 17 East Third St. Open Evenings. "What Is tlx' matter with the United Stales " Aa i have hecn rrt.odlng in London since the beginning of the war, I have been hearing tins question ashed on all sides. 1 hue never heard un.v Ratlefactor) answer. No one Monti to know. Whv arc the AttieHctm factories not running nlgbi and day? Why are the rallroadi nol opening up new terri tories and (rcitiiiK ready for the mil lions oi Immigrants who nave already made up their minds to leave Europe as aoon aa the war is over'.' Why are tinre nut do American drummers in London rlitht now, try ing; to sell tl'uU.Oun. urn) worth of American woods tiiut wen- bough! last year from Germany and Austria ,' Why have advertisiTH become iiuit- ters, just .ii the time when their ad vertisement, were, most noedd and most effective in oheurlng on the busi ness forces Of the l ulled States? Prom the European point ut view, the 1'nlleil States Is a haven of pence and aetcurtty and prosperity, it has no troubles that it dsre mention to BglglUm or Austria or France m li. r iminy or Servla or Ores! Britain or lillSSl.'l. Bvery tenth Briton has enlisted vary tenth ("ranchman is at the front. Every tenth Belgian It dead, W hat does the United Slates know of trouble? if i could afford it. i would charter the Itauretanta and Lusi tenia and convey a party of r.,(nio American ad vertisers to Europe for a tup of edu- Horse-Drawn Cabs Return to Paris (Continued From Pane One) lads is enormous, for nearly every one of the bystander! ha! a brother, son, father or other relative at the front and all buy, at the price of i nt. copies of the words and often Join ill the refrain. Tlie fluwiT trlrls. with their "sweet violets" direct from the RlVlem. w hleli have never looked fresher nor more dainty, appear to have Increased In Tiuinher. pei hups lieenus.i they are mors aOtloeable owIiik to th! smaller crowdi of pedestrians on the itreeta A "shine," always difficult t,, ob tain In France. I next tn Impossible at this period. The ancient bootblaolea, loinettmes women, leisun ly wipe off some of the mud and then lav on a covering of the poorest kind of black lnir, af t r whbh the polishing brush and elnth are applied without energy, f.ishfon of pipe smoking and the en rollment of most of the male popula tion In the army have dealt a hard Dion at the gathering of rlgaret 'ends and eigur stumps, who for yiurs was such a well-known flguie abOUl ii.- 1,-ji.iien oi .lie oooifvai'l eaies. The amount of discarded miles of tl bm 00 he picks up has generally de- reused, and the newspaper boys who look to him to ai'll them for two cents g package of the dried and rolled up refuse, of which they were the chief purchaser!, BOW obtain a Smaller iiuantlty for their money. PETROGRAD TO CELEBRATE ( t'i)rripoi.itrrf of th AiterUlnl Pmi.1 PBTItOOftAD, Nov. so. Prnpara tlorn are being actively made both pri vately and publicly for the adequate celebration of the armies of Chi ll inaS and New Year's day Pperlal facilities have been granted by the authorities for dispatch to the front of every kind of useful Christ mas gift, such as warm clothing, or the favorite edibles associated with leaving Uin footwear in a siale ..f mm-: "ill season by the various pe crable dullneas, at a charge in exctss of that pa:d In any city of the United HlaleS) "Harlequins" are wjught for at the centr.il markets by ver-lnnrenstnc numbers of the outcasts of I'arla (Very morning at an e.arly hour. The "hsrleculna " are composed of what is left from the nu-ala In the leading rei taurarits, and the name Ii derived from the varlaguted assortment ef small pieces of meat, poultry' nd dell oaclis set out on plaUs and sold at nrices ranging from two to five cents. The adoption by the French of thep that make up the Itusslan arm. be 000 and snuff will also be lent t soldiers in great quantity. pies the DOO FOLLOWED MASTER Filially Poind Hlin III the Tr'in bt In Knuiir. ( Oerrtpondni- of th Sasaaialel Pi. ) LONDON. Nov. no When James Brown laft England with his rei In Augtilt bis terrier dog became v. ... restlass on Reptaml i si he dis-ip urtd from hi! home In 11 Preserve Teeth Good Tccth-Good Health DR. B U R HANS DENTIST OVUM IMHVM.I SMIdNM lH NiU f MMN N ll i I VI I . i I I v ll.l. I h PMaa imhi up OaM r..iu .. a too up I iiiing . mi mi Porostatn row n tin" I llrnntlana BO up llrldgrm.rk a t co up I'. .I'll.- . it .'HI- Practloo. I (.iiarnoli i d ear- In I iil-a far) Baal MMMtnJa t icd CHRISTMAS SUGGESTIONS BINDING-STEVENS SEED CO. Firut ;ind Boulder Phone 446 cation. I would give them n Week in London, a week In Foils and a week In Antwerp. , I wioii.i let iiiem look at tin1 I tilted States from the scene of war. I would Blve them a look at real trouble. 1 would i.t Lhern set. tralna, ten at u time, five minutes apart, packed with the maim i d and the dying. 1 would let them bear, from frag mentary sun ivors, the Incredible story of battlefields 160 miles wide and armies that arc greater than the entlra population of Texas. 1 would let them see graves inn yard! long and full, and Belgium, tbe country that wus, nothing now but F'.'oiu square miles of wreckage Then, when they higan to under land, to tome slight exlent. the mag nltude and awf ilness of this war, i would say to them: "Now go back and appreciate the l ulled Slates. Realize your opporttl miles. Don't start digging trenches when nobody Is firing at you. Iion't fall down when you have not been hit. Don't bo blind to the most glorious chain e you have ever hud In your life. "Go ba. k and advertise. Qet ready for the most ti.lnend.ius business boom any nation ever had. Iiuild yonr factories bigger. Train more aalesmen. Dot i ww more nanney. i ahead, and thank (tod that you are alive and that your family ts alive, and that you are living In a land that Is at peace, at a time WhSS) nearly the whole world Is ut war." Herbert N. Caaaon in associated Advertising foi I u ceiiibt r. Why We Should Be Your Cleaners through our There is some results we secure etc. We actually merits Vim rim r establishment sanitary mannei tliiiu elsewhere. lung more than cleanliness in the in Cleaning Sniis, Coats, Dresses, imparl Mtiilt'i-n new lib' ;i uf ,'i(l SHilJi to Cleaning. rar- y upon any work being done in :i it I 111 Vl't (I oming b highly price art' from tliis sclent it'is no higher We Invite the Most Critical Inspection. Bankston's Paxisian Cleaners and Dyers Phone 4850 and 4851. 211 South Boston AUTO DELIVERY. BRING YOUR KODAK FILMS TO US TO BE DEVf LOPED 15 Cents Per Roll, Any Size Our way of developing and printing assures tli b'st results. Our work has never been surpassed. Films delivered one day returned the nfxt. THE QUAKER DRUG STORK th Fourth bas tnken In this war thus fur more prisoners than the btignde numbered In men at tp& be ginning of tlu. fighting. How BUUKff Killed anil Wounded should br' added to Complete the record uf U)lg brls lulc cannot to- atiited. Public feeling in Petrugrnd is jubi lant. The inoiith of November Is re- rnrdfd bv superstitions RttSSUUIS OS TOOK MANY PRISONERS the national "lucky monOu" and nswg "f victory from IM armies was ex , ' , u peded hi a matter of course. Among nuHsian llrlgwli To Mi t.iTiiians . noUPllJ November successes -f past llMMi It Had Men. Tsars were the. battle of lbs U. t eslna (Osjvssjsssdsses of th Atoritii fr is.) I la Ills, tho naval flgM nt Btoope in PKTROOHAt), via London, Nov. tl. 1ISI and Ins Inklag of Kara und - One of tho H msl.iii rifle brigades ' Plevna !n 1STT. smith ami Mrs Brown enlisted the po lice force In an effort to find him, but without siiccehs. Nothing waa heard of the dog then until hc n SSlVed a letter from her bush 1 beforo Ypres. aayl.'iK a man DTI the pet from the front trenches. 11 ..v the animal got acsoss the channel Is, a in) "dry.