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THE TULSA DAILY WOULD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH :M , 1 0 1 IS .
T II It K B START CIVIL SUIT MUJ OILTON BANK IS READY FOR ROBBERS (icfiiiaii S 1 1 ' a 1 1 1 s 1 1 i Attcii Jed ti Slip Out dl' S,in Juan 1 1 a rl r. VASIIIM!T X, March ::. - Addi tional Information n I 1 1 the iiiti'inpf il' tin- (icmiari Mi auship iiilcnv.ahl In sli. mil of t he harbor el San .In. HI, I'm 1(1 Itlco, i 1 1 ! 1 1 1 1 clearance papers ;i wick it n i Sunday I ccciv cd Ik re toiiinlil' from ( 'olh cl(.r of Customs Kiclktrdsun, (Mic oi' (lie ceiilr.il lllis 111 tin lllilltlil ulliill led Id till' seizure of the i idenwald h a 1'intcd Si ; r i-s marshal lor aliened violation of American lu'Ulraln v .Mr. Klcliardson's report the first full account of wliiil haiiolH'd at Sail J 1 1 14 it to reach Washington, was sent to tin' st. i to depart nit'til and may be turned over to die department of jus tieo for use in its prospective suit to i on fisea le the Vessel. The i 'derma Id had taken on coal ond provisions just before start inn out of the harbor, but Collector l:i hard son says she had no unusual (iiaulities aboard nor were there any units or ammunition. Some officials think, however, that the report supp"its the belief that the dash to sea was carp fully planned ami limed just at the rinlil moment to meet another slcam nhil waitinn in the offing. The presence of this steamer had only heotf hinted al In previous offi cial i't ports, but Kichardson declares that he personally saw olutids of smoke mil side the h.i i hor as the i iclcu vvald Kid under way and he encloses Htateir.eiits fiom other persons v ho saw .". Iart,rt steamer just al this time short distance outside. Il has been said thai this ship Was the Herman converted cruiser Kron prinz Wilhelm ami that the ndcnwnld made her attempt to Ret away to carry her eoul and provisions. ''he report said tin estimation after H five-Inch shell from .Morro Caslle had stopped the idenwald showed I 'I l.'l'l Ua . March 3".- - The fail that the oil field towns were found to be prepared to withstand a bank rohherv is what saved one and 1 perhaps several of them from heme the scene of Ho- 'i.ohery which was ipiillid off al Stroud instead, Kccurd iik to Walter It. Katun, member of the recent legislature, which pass, , I I Ihe measure offi riiiK rewards for ; bank lubbers. The measure hud been 'discussed so t liot'oimhly that Mr. ! K.ilon t"ok up the matter of pivctu ; I Ion ai;ai(isl rubbery with Mik'Is. (iillilund and Ferris of the First Stale bank of i niton. As a result I tie scene of the proposed action of the robbers was shifted. It would be a difficult matter, ill fact, to pull off a robbcrv in trilton because of the preparations that ha'0 been made. (Inns have been plated at. different positions coinmandlni: the bank, ami as soon as an alarm is niveii. men who are expert shots will have the situation in hand. linns have also been placed on lhcoutsUrts of town, thus i uiiaiulini? the. ave nues of escape. Al another place the man with I he nun is afforded pro tection for himself by the use of a heavy piece of lank sleel us a barri cade.' Throiilih this steel portholes have been cut. and lookinn :mJ fir inn, if necessary, throunh these the watchouls fully cover that section o the town. VROHATZ TO ANSWER SIX DEFENDANTS ARE OUT OF JAIL rial JiKliiV Ki'iiiul ( 'asp nf the in Klcctittn 'Takes Care Men." I X I l A N A I 'I 1 1 .1 S, March 30. At the trial of the Telle llutile flection fuse in fedeial court this afternoon JikIkc thai five rowhoats had been anchored I A. I!, Anderson said thai he felt il his nloiiK the channel, indicating a pre nlranued plan to point the way out of the harbor for the Cerman skipper. Attorney (ieneral flrenory has naid that hf expects to develop first Hie civil ease seeking confiscation of the (idenwald before decidim; whether to In inn criminal proceedinns against tlie captain or owners. i , TODW. The Quest" Mutual Master Picture, l ive Keels. PL.Ci: WF.l.KI.Y KKVIF.W. Sclicihile of Shows: I I ::!() a. !.:!() 5 in. 12 : l." 'i :U0 :t : 1,-, 7;(MI 8:15 :: Coininir Tomorrow unit Friday, WU.I.IAM II. t ltAM: ill "David ir.nr.M." ('(lining Saturilay. I II. I. IAN (ilsll and w M(.t i: ici :n in riiK lost norsi-:." CrR AND CURLE QUI! THE GINGER GIRLS' duty "to take care of some of the de j fendants." His remark came after j two Terre Haute policemen who, called j by the defense to testify to the reputa l tion of some of the men vvlin have 1 pleaded K'i'lly, on cross examination Rave evidence considered favorable to the nov eminent . After the jury had rclircd the court announced that he would release the six defendants who have pleaded Kuilty and who were taken from the 'Jail at Telle Haute and brought to Indianapolis to testify on a writ of habeas corpus and permit them to re t urn to Terre I la ute. ' "And I say now." the court added, "that there shall be nothinn done to them over there. I have been reliably informed that Hie defendants, Sheriff I'ennis Shea and City Judxe Thomas Smith, while they were In Jail a few days ann tried to influence these hoys. They promised to take care of them if liiey would nil certain things. 1 shall take care of them and 1 warn uny policeman, sheiiff or citizen not to arrest or molest them." j Officer- Handicapped. I Eli II. Kedman, the defendant who was declared elected .indite of the cir cuit court by ten votes, had foin plcttd his direct examination and was , Ix Inn cross-examined w hen court ad journed, lie denied every itoin of evidence produced anainst him by the government. Thomas Harry, one of the patrolmen inn cross-examination said he "fell his hands were tied six months before the election." lie asseiled that his pris oners frequently laughed and said they Would be released in a few min utes. He added that he had arrested n man wanted for liinhway robbery and within ten minutes after ho put .him In the patrol wanon he (Harry) met Iti in on the street. A numbi r of election inspectors were Introduced lo testify they did lint j receive instructions from Huberts In 'operate the lever on the vol inn ma le bines, one of these, John II. Honors, admitted on cross examination that he received such Instruction at a nieet- inn lit which Huberts talked. Held I'lidt r sliiioi) liuiul I'm the Killing ol' Ifov Munis. Sti ve I Hutch) Vronau will have to stand trial m ihe .superior conn on a charne of lourdeiinn Hoy Hums, ac rilitiii In I lie decision reaclu d v estor 'av alter n by .luslle,. of the ,', a' e .- II. ici ter lien he held Vroi await Hie action if Hi.. Iiintie V'ronat. faibd vcslerdav to I.iumi bond. I'' pul County Alb.riiev IM War ren, who conducted the case for th. sbili', placed on the stand Kuiuia Weaver, maid at the Kcvsloue hotel, whore the killinn occurred, as the principal witness. 11, r strn v veMcrday was in the main a n ih ration of state ments made in her confession shoitlv after the tranedv. about tell (lavs lll',i', Sh" said that when Harris objected to Vrnnalz washinn the windows while he was in the room that she VhIun leeicd to do the work for Vronau. He. she testified, -apparently became aiini'id when Huriis .b.i..ted to his workinn in the loom where h, was 1 1 , to court, make landl idv- if th I dim; I . aid i a 1 . Matinee 2:30. i!ili( H:l.'i l.-.c Joe 3.V ami went down to tlie room am) procured a nun "Ho ou want some Yninatz asked I turns, a .vn.-s vv caver. "Xo. I don't," answered liurrn At t liis j 1 1 n turn M iss Weavei she interposed and henn'd 'r to sho,,, 'Well, do yon want sonic of it tlnn'.'" Vroiiatz said t li real en i nr 1 v . Miss W'eav er swnl'e. Hurris. ic.iriun that further inter ceilinir would ,, useless, iirappbd with Vrniiatz and in the scuffle one shot was fired which went Into 1I10 ecilinn. Tln n, I he maid continued, Vronatz held Hurris away with olio hand and fired twice Into his body. Hurris dropped to the floor, dead, and Vroiiatz made his escape down a fire escape in the rear of the buildinn. Hr. I'". M. Homo, who was immedi ately called and who examined the nun wounds, on the w itness stand yc s tirday said that the first shot, which entered t he lower left lunnund ranned downward, possibly n razed the heart ami was the shot that caused death. The second shot, which entered the );roin. ranned inward, but would necessarily have proven fatal in opinion of 1 h Hoso. Mrs. V. 1'itzpalrl -k, the last stale's Willie. ;s to be placed on the stand by Mr. Warren, only knew that three shots were find and Identified the nun used hv Vronatz as the oile she always kept in her desk. liny We will pay tliree cent', per pound for clean cotton iiks, TtiKi World. not the HEAVY MOVEMENT OF OIL FREIGHT OII.TOX, Okla.. March 3il. -Today witnessed here the heaviest move ment of fieinht in the enure coiitnry --two hundred cars In inn brought In from the Kaly and Kriscn lines In particular where the slretracks have been eonnested for several weeks avvultiiiK the completion of trackane ill the Oilloii yards. The movement included oil field and oil tank mater ial and supplies and buildinn material for Oilton. To make this movement of freinht absolutely certain, the i'risco coin puny sent a special train lo onion esterday from Sprlnnfield, Mo., car ryinn four hundred workmen. They built three miles of sidetracks in the oilton yards In the one (lav and were back to Sprlnnfield last ninht. A sec ond special train into oilton early yesterday carried Die special cars of (Ieneral Superintendent b'r.ites, Sup erintendent Hopkins and Superintend ent Mason of the western division. These officials were accompanied by (Ieneral Ant nt Moore of Tulsa. Three ennihes, each uillinn twenty cars of freinht. were in oilton by nine o'clock this morninn. MARRIED WOMEN BEST TEACHERS A SliiUUish l iver ocds Attention. I.et your Liver riI torpid and you I are In for u spell of misery. Kvcry ; body nets an attack now and then, j Thousands of people kci p their Livers ;aeilve and healthy by tislnR- Or. Klnn's I New Life Pillf. Line for the Stomach, ! too. Stop the I'tzzinpps, Constipation, 1 I'.illousncss and Indtnest ion. Clear the blood. Only L'T.c al vour DrtijfMist. Adv. roHTl.AXli, Ore.. March So. H. H. Thomas, school clerk, testified today that married school tea' hers make the best teachers after the nlamor of wedded life has worn off. His re mark was made al a hearinn w her Mrs. Maud Hicbarils Is finhlinn to re tain her place. Mrs. Hiehanls was dlscliarned the day after her inar lianc on January 4. TODAY-LAST DAY-Wilton Lackaye IV ZANt.UII I. S "Children of the Ghetto" Mimvliiff at I-' :!) L' lui :5:;tu ::i)ii ii:;tiis:oii :;!0 ADMISSION 10c The Splendid A cting of Mr. Lackaye In This Production Has Won the Hearts of all Who Saw the Picture Yesterday Ask Them Added Attraction .MVSTKKIOI : MIKiillTI.! .Ml K I l.ot S! LOOK HERE Crazy Camera Fiends 1 I 1 1 HUM III 11 II 'III Today Tomorrow and Friday r.iAVAiti:: I nnla.tlc 1'I.Htii H of Yui lf nii'l I'rleinls mi Ihe Miiie-tic s. rei n. iiiliMiiis nf I'lonihi. in I,imuI lll.cns. I reaUI-li and I anclliil I li pi d riiotuslidi-H.'' New Pictures Each Day A MA MIl.AXC.K Ol' UN AMI AMI si All. T. No Extra Charge-Admission 10 Cents l lVi: CTXTS I'OK t IIII DHI A. AT THE THEATRES ! vai.i:. i I'lorence La Hadle and .Morris I'os- 'ter will appear at the Vale today in a two-part photoplay hv Thalihouser and entitled 'The I 'm l in the Haik." Today is also Anlioatnl Wei kly day, and this wick's Issue Is crowded full of the li'-t of the world's news, In ( ludinn: sonic excellent ovvs of the ! Kiiropean war. ! linn I miss lln Nestor comedy en titled "Mis Wife's Husband." This comedy-drama Is one of the best that the Vale has shown iii soio" time and is Worih an effort on aur part' to ! view. Two other K' od first-run dramas oomph le ihe program, but remember that Hie Vale pi tares are shown on a mirror sen en. which makes them all the more en iov a hi", Allss olive Adair will lie at the Yale on tn x! Saturday In a two-part Ma- 'jisti '. In (his pi tare she pisvs thy) t loading; part. 1 oitl'lll l M. i l "The Avalanche." a powrful Ann.r i ii 1 1 slorv di'itim; with the hoard of trade of todav, 's one of Hie latest re. ' leases. It Is In five parts and Is Mild to be one of the stroiiK'st stories ever proline d. Catherine Couutiss will be , seen in the leadinn female role and is cup ported t y an all-sl i r ca st of I ;roinl whv favorites. .Miss Counti" is one 'of the most popular and hc-t known i "uiock" leading women In the coun try and should nive a pond accoiit t of : herself In the sib nt drama. "The Aval. in' he" Is a ilri.rP pl..v than '"The Pit," or l ho "Whirlpool'. tvliiiiK ja beautiful love sl 'iy all the way I through the pictnie, while ome ol 'the most i-XeitiPK and realislic teen's lai I'Hii' !d on the floor of the "hoard of trade." This is a ppliire that you will enjoy, s.) don't miss it. Tomorrow "As a .Man Sown." a poweifu! slorv of Iovp, riiinanrc. i,d v ent ui e ii nd rev nne. M ake the gisest room a rest room! What a great satisfaction it is to the family to know that its guests, whether for a week or an hours visit, are sure to feel cordially com fortable that the guest room is a rest room all through the presence of an American Radiator, instant ready, at the turn of a valve, to make one feel at perfect ease snugly cozy. 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Michigan Ave. Chicago Public Showrooms at Chicago, New York, Boston, Provideace, Philadelphia, Washington, Baltimore, Buffalo, Rochester, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Detroit, Atlanta, Birmingham, New Oileaas, Indianapolis, Milwaukee, Otnuha, Minneapolis, St. Haul, St. Louis, Kansas City, Denver, Salt Lake Ci'y, Seattle, Portland. Spokane, ban l.' .... I .... A .1 Tflfniii,, ll. .... 1 1... .1 rfe.fr I ..... I L' ll -. tt-,i:n I ',.!.,. ... M.I... W ...... - two Kpfcial fc.i tuns. l'.ssa n;i y pre sents Francis . irishman in a Ivvn parl drama "The Shanly of TiiiiiIi lini,' Hill,"' ytury ;n!:i tt l finin I In Munscy maitaxino. 'il;mr;i ih pre sents a special llruadvvay .star feature cuiiii'dy in four parts, "Tin- .Man lle liinil the Jiniir", featiiriiin i'Imsv Fitz gerald and all-star cast Mory in part as fnlliivvs: Jack l)e I.acy Is .lot approved nf as it prospect ive snn-in-law by Pro fessor I'lersiiii, hut .Maria, the prufes sor's daughter, refuses to marry any one else. Later .lack rescues K'clsey, a New York millionaire, from drown ing and slips away before anyone can identify him. He kocm to New York and Mei tiros a position. Kelsey lo ti riiiiiii s to find his unknown pre server and thank him. Maria and .lack iii.irrcl, am in pi'liie, she aecepis the a 1 1 c n 1 i 1 in .'! of Kelsey, vvlnle visitliu; Mrs. Marvin, a cheriiiini! V.iilovv, in New York, .lack lllee.s Ihe Widow, Willi is enyaKeil Ii, Mr. I.ivint-'slnn, and flirls with her. Amiisinu ci.i.iplications occur, when, at the opera. Jack sees M iria scaled In Mis. Marvin's box and is in l urn disi'ovel id by the two ladies. Livingston's luiiler. .lohnsfin. Is sealed near Jack partly disguised, and thinks Maria is trylim to flirt with him. This iiiakeH .lack mad and he follows the butler home. Inside the LYRIC THEATRE ilitunipli Itroadvvay M ir I calurc onipanv l'ic nl-. Cissy Fitzgerald in 11 Special l our-I'm I I clilnic omcd.v. "The Man Behind ihe Door" (a-l liicliules Wnlly Vun, Mint I'ra.er. Harry Morey, William Slieu anil iill-siar fii-.!. Story by Aii'li i Ill I lavi'iiiie. 4 . 11 11 1 I'li luili'd Iroiii Hie hook hv Maiyaicl Itcii-cli. I. -sana y rrcenU Francis X. Bushman in a iViittire Urania In I'wo I 'a lis. Shanty At Trembling Hill" 1l.1plc1l I nun (lie .Miiiisi y Mauliiie. ( list liu liub-s l.i oiia 1nleis011, Lester ( lined anil Helen Dniiliiir, HEARST-SELIG WEEKLY-,t,i,",, v" ' ,slTJVtlw '" A" ""' ( iimim. 1 num. i sniMia--i 11 ki i.s t 11 in Hi, .an-,t Special I'.ioailvvav Slar li'itiiire pi I lirec rart., 1.11 n. 1 hi: has rov.: 1 i:v." Ml Slur iisl. omission 1 1 1 : no ii;n ( i nis Siit,dav-- II KI I s ( II M l it, js I. 'Iwo-l-art lialiiic, A .II I Ni l I l lll'IMI I'. I.i IIIC Th Lvtic present for today only, 'I - ', - ! WILLIAM H. f'KANK At lh I'alaee theatre tomorrow and Friday in his Krim ehuraetfi i.ation AV1I) II A 1:1 M' in motion pie. tureii. prudiiend by thp Famou I'lay eis Film company. The cast Include .Mr Hut-old Lock wood. npartmeiit, Johnston takes off his dis guise, linn admits Jack who dues nut rceonni.e him. At this juncture. Mrs. Mai v Mi's ' pin ty returns. Jack hides in an iid.ioiniiiK room and is locked 111 by Ihe butler. Johnston, Kieally flustered by all, miiKes a serious mistake in dehver ini,' a Verbal luessane to I'lofessor I'lersun, vviln the result thai he and Lavinia nackstetier. a prim maiden lady, rush to Llvimrston s home. There h'elsev Mooiithly iiitiodiiees Maria and Mrs. Marvin in their masiiie ball ilisuiiise, as two actresses, but Lavinia proves such a suspicious trouble- . maker, all escape to tlie ball, fol lowed by the butler, Lavinia. and the' professor 1 M X.ll sl If. This is the last day of "Children 01 the liheth," and It Is uest ionalde If any photoplay shown at the Majestic has ever made u deeper impression than tint Z.iiiKWill masterpiece. ! The aetitiK of Wilton Lackaye in the leading role is a revelation and j the feilint; and pathos wlih which be Invests tin' part proclaims him the ecate-t of nil chaiaeter actors. "The t'lav 1 'anient Fiends" Willi show the result of their efforts on the Majustic t" reen today when 'he fit sect on of local photo slides will b shown. For several day Ihe Ihe fiends have been hard at work snappiiiK pie! tires of people on the streets in stores, offices and other public places. Willi "fiendish" Ingen uity these camera "nuts" have "doc tored" many of the negatives so that the finished pictures present the most astonishing and umusint? appearance. iTomitieiit citlzenu have been car- fK tn TTtis TT1 EH U T TO Ff R Ht ) MM tl f I i THE HOUSE OF QUALITY' ' TODAY A M;itteriiei In Five Parts "THE AVALANCHE" CATHERINE C0UNTISS AND AN ALL STAR CAST A Stock rschanxe story stronjer tlun THE PIT or "THE WHIRLPOOL," and a KEYHTONE COMEDY - "HOOAN'8 MUSSY JOB " Thiirsdajr A3 A MAN SOWS.' !c-0P.rHEUM PRICEil 10c YALE lh 1Iuiii of ths Mirror Screen Movies, tli Brightest M ivies in Tuls4 "THE DUEL IN THE DARK" A two part drama by the Thinhnisar Studios, fe tiiring 1 lorenca L' HitL and Morns Poster. "THE BLACK SHEEP' ' Ore reel P.eluuce drama -Lorsits Hkik... ANIMATED WEEKLY All tha latest news. tooned and the durnity of the ily of ficialdom has also been made tu suf fer. Aside from the clever cartoonlnc "trick" camera work has been used freely and effectively. The maiiace ment will not he responsible fur any domestic iirKuments that may arise from the showiiiK of these pictures We will promise, however, that you'll Kct a dollar's worth of fun for u dlmo. Iteinember. the pictures show n each day will he different, no make up your mind to see them all. This at traction is lidded to our regular mov- "MARTIN LOWE FINANCIER One reel Urania by tha New Lseminl Brand. "HIS WIPE'S HUSBAND A Nestor cumedy in oua reel, featur ing Mi-s Billie Rhodes. A KEYSTONE COMEDY. COMINO TOMORROW -Mr. J Ker rigau in "THE STOEM." a two part Victor drama. im; picture program and there will be no extra charge. Starting today, the Camera Fiend ltctures will be hown for three day. Any picttue rhown today will be repeated by re'iust Thursday or Friday.