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THE TULSA DAILY WOKl.n, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1 fl I R
0 MONEY ORDER Make it Easier For MEN ARRESTED id reds of Dollars ! orthless Money Orders floated Saturday. Baby in Summer Many of the Hot-Weather Troubles Can Easily lie A voided 0 ARE ARRESTED in it tii.ii i be much of the are moil sus. other i in I"' I Planned to "Make" (very Business House Fodav: One Confesses. the Bertillon record room at n headquarters early tins morning ciivew wire gradually gathering oi a gigantic icheme to flood city with worthless Wells-Fargo leu money orders, Two men had . ai reeled and one of thi m weak i iiniirr the pressure of the ex e third degree i m i isi it by Harry and unfolded hie pari In the . The iw i men arreeted are L. E, pi of Springfield, Mo., and Otto lorfman ol Chicago, lit 11 wa wn al - o'clock this morning thai icy orden aggregating eeveral reds of dollars thai had been se ii yesterday had been passed and ire are expected to be un before the police have Un it llli' mother NM siv bowels are kenl remiiar. I lllHess In u hi, h . tii III I .11 1 ceptlble during hoi we pIl'Vl'llll ,. A miiii laxative, administered a1 regular Intervale, will prove an excel lent preventive of luinmer complaint' thai are caueed bj Inactive bowels, The combination of simple laxative herbs with pepsin, sold In iimn stores under the name of I r 'alcln ull' Syrup Pepsin, li excellent ror children, being pleasant to the taste, gentle yet positive in action, and free ft opiate or narcotic drug of any description, ii acta naturally, without griping, or other discomfort, and Is altogether depend able, Tiie cleaning of the bowels will mosl effectively oheck mi attack of diarrhea by expelling the foreign matter and poisons thnt irritate and Inflame the t issues. I n i vet n linliie ii hotl lo nf I r. !ald - well's Byrup Pepsin should be on hand, roady for use when occasion requires, it costs i, niy fifty cents a bottle and Is sold In drug stores everywhere. A free trial bottle i an be obtained by writing in im. . ii Caldwell, 161 Washington St.. Montlcello. HI. FOUR KILLED, FOUR HURT IN EXPLOSION Personal Mention IX d. he places known to have oashed hey orders are the Qlobe thing company, the Lyon shoe e, Harlow Dry Goods company, Model Clothing company and the jtrlc Suiiiy company, News of the overy thai the money orders were ted spread among the merchants idl) nini n new victim was being cil In the list ever few minutes. Unit. Planned for Today, n Hoffman 'was found a list of ies of large and prominent bust a houses thai were to bo worked ay. Among them were the Ply iih Clothing company, the Ren Clotnlng company, Palace Cloth company the walkover shoe e anil Vandevers' Dry Goods com- ,, e (Cunsman, of t li Globe Ory its company, was the first to dls pr the worthlossness of the orders tn Lyons, of the I, von .shoe store, 'kid In and asked him to cash one psman glanced at the order and signatures and the chase for the li was on. Cunsman discovered the man who l passed the order on him between ond and Third on Detroit De live Reule) was with him and the n save chase, Kunsman fired one il at the man who then stopped, ins loom at the Detroit hotel was nd considerable merchandise while airieil :. large bundle with him ,1ch contained silk underwear and bring apparel, le i?ave lils name as L B, Poster. ' denied the innney-ordors were rthlegs, p.y this lime merchants in nil over the city were pouring 0 the police station reporting the feme. The belief was expressed it Custer had b confederate as iter oould nol be Identified as the mi who had passed them all. A key tO the situation was found about midnight when Otto E. Iloff- ..n was arrested while going to his ailment In the Britton ms .ffinan claimed that lie did not ow Custer and foster said he had for seen Hoffman. Hoffman's Statement "I. Fred Hoffman, mel a stranger Russellvllle, Ark., abou) 0 week k, whose name I do not know and lorn I had never seen before, He d mo he had Wells-Fargo money ids and made a fifty-fifty pinpo int! to me if I would pass them. I 1 him and came on to Tulsa, ar Ing here Wednesday, i oiet him .ei and he said he would wait until tnrday to pass them. 1 began to ss the orders about 7 o'clock "lis eiiimr. Following Is a list of the res where i passed the orders and amount of merchandise received: Globe Clothing company, pair of hti and underwear amounting to L Palace Clothing company, morchan p amounting to fit, Quaker drug store, kodak amount j to $14. 1 met mv employer after a bad Used each older and split with him, 'ter I felt the Quaker I Went across e street where he stood and after VidiiiK the money he said: "Here's jerp we part." The police believe there are more n In the city engaged in passing esc ohei ks and a drag net has been i. id out. a report was received re about twelve days- an that a raf of the money orders had been lien In Illinois and the checks being scutated here are believed to bear I Illinois serial number. !as Explodes in ByProd iii-t Plant; Property Damaged By Fire. .i BIRMINGHAM, t U i 16. Four men were killed and four others wire in jured in a gas explosion In the new by-prodUCt plant of the Tennessee Coal, iron & Railroad Co. al Fair fleid, mar here, tonight, All of the dead, who are ,i. I.. Donnelly, I.. H Wright, Perry Poor and Bernhurt, and the injured were employes. The explosion occurred In a valve of a 42-Inch gas main in the pump house, which tones the product, used largely in making explosives, into the benzol planl . The gas Ignited Immediately shoot ing flames through the entire building (and for a time threatened to destroy several oil tanks. Several Birming ham fire o panics aided In fighting the fire and it was confined to the building in which II originated, The cause of the explosion could not be ascertained tonight. The plant has been closely guarded Blnce ii began pern I ion anil OWj employes allowed George Bole, when they returned yes terday from their summer home in Pittsburgh, Pa, Washington, D, .. where he will at tend the dedication of the new na tional temple of the Scottish Rite .Masons. I M. C, Bradley, traveling freight agent of tin Pere Marquette railway, with headquarters al si- Louis, made the round of tho local offices yesterday. to I ntcr t lie h llill POSTPONE TRIAL OF CARELESS ADMIRAL WASHINGTON, Oct Hi. The Court-martial of Hear Admiral Wil liam N. Little, retired, was postponed today until November I. Admiral Little explained to Secretary Daniels that he would be unable to prepare his defense by next Monday, the Original date set. The officer is chained with Denied of duly in having accepted, as ma chinery inspector, submarine K-2 from the builders when he is alleged to have known there was defective const ruction In her electric storage batteries, in documents relating to the ease made public today. Admiral Little la quoted as having said that accept ance of the boat was based on the contractor's agreement to "stand back of the battery for all time as to the alleged careless workman ship " The present navy inspector st the fore River Shipbuilding plant, where the submarine was con structed, reported be was unable to find any written record of tho agreement In the files of his office. EX CONVICT ESCAPES FROM POLICE STATION i let, , the Harry stege last night in company with Officer Senrles arrested no escaped convict with a lame re ward tinnging over him, The arrest was made at the Frlsi O depot and a hurry call W8S sent for the patrol, Win n the patrol returned there was much confusion in the station due to the bad money order men having been brought in. in the excitement, the convict walked out of the door and has not been set u since. The man was "mugged'1 by Siege 111 Kansas City about seven years ago and the local detective had little trouble in Identifying him. He is a con man and his name appears in Bertillon records as Johnson He es caped from the state penitentiary of Alabama tWO years ago and officers In all parts of the COUI trj !i ive been looking for him. COLUMBIA, s. c, Oct 16. Gov ernor .Manning tonight issued ;,n ad dress to the people of Charleston urg ing upon them "that self restrain! and calmness of mind which will enable you to think (dearly and to see the Impossibility Of the continuance of such conditions." "I am anxious to aid you by all i lawful means to preserve peace and maintain order," the address says. "The law is supreme and must be re- spected, Forbearance and i calmness arc essential under these ' conditions. Your welfare demands SUCh conduct on your part and I again urge you to make every effort to re store good feeling and good order In your city." Six of the eight companies of militia I outside of Charleston which yester day were directed to hold themselves I ready to respond to a rail for serv ice still were under these orders tonight. MOTION FOR DISMISSAL IN NEW HAVEN CASE NEW VORK, Oct. Ill Ten reasons I why the indictment against the eleven directors of the New fork, New j Haven & Hartford railroad, on trial charged with monopolising the trans- i puliation of New England, should be dismissed, are contained In the mo tion rued yesterday with Judge Hunl by ' the attorneys for the defendants In fore (h,. over-Sunday adjournment of the trial, hut inn made known until tod ay. Judge Hunt, it was learned, re marked upon receiving th document that it was rather late in the pro ceedings to make a motion ol this kind, hut that lie w ould, nev erthel, ss. t give it conslderatli n. To Enforce Futures ct WASHINGTON, int. 16, I'rovl sions of the cotton futures act. helQ unconstitutional by United states fudge Hough in New Vork, win bo enforced, it was learned tonight pend ing th outcome of an appeal. It us declared in the court decision that as a revenue measure the act should have originated in the house, not the senate. It will be contended that the tax provision of the bill did originate in the house as an amendment to ihe senate measure. SPECIAL ! Last Two Performances of the Heinz and Beckmann SHOWS Pronounced by all the people of Tulsa to he the best, largest and cleanest Carnival ever in Tulsa. High -Class Attractions SUNDAY AFTERNOON and NIGHT BASEBALL PARKE COME ENJOY YOURSELVES Kown Nothing of Naval Battle. AMSTKKI ..M. Hit H; (vi., London. .fiiis p. m.) A semi-official telegram from Berlin states that nothing Is ! known there of an engagement be tween German warships and a Uritish submarine off the Island of M..en. In I which a German torpedo boat was re ported to have been sunk. The telegram suggests that the e plosion of a mine probably led to the report. Chiefs of Police ii. Mi i t. I Bpeelal to Tils World. OKLAHOMA CITY, Oct i t, The first annual meeting of hlefl of po lice in Oklahoma will begin here Mon day. Some fifty or sixty officers from different parts of the state are ex pected to be in attendance at tiie meeting. Business sessions win be I held Monday, morning ami afternoon, and a banquet at night. Negro Refonnatorj Nears Completion, I Bpei in! 'o Tin- World. OKLAHOMA CITY, Oct. M. -Work li-i progressing rapidly on the building at Mc A tester to lie used for Incorrlgi I ble negro boys and It will probably be completed by thp first of the year land ready for OCCUpancy, The build ing will be one of the best for the pur I pose that can be constructed. I. Iked tiie sample "llai k!" went the rif.v al the nin- I neuvers. "Oo-oo!" screamed ths pret ty girt a Plattsburg nice, decorous, surprised little scream. She Hteppcd backward Into the anus of a young tnnn. I "Oh!" said she. blushing. "I was frightened by the rifles. I beg your pardon." "Not at all," paid the young man. "Let's go over and watch the artillery." 1'. ii. Smith, assistant to Superin tendent of Si hoois Oberholtser, lofl yesterday for his home in Lebanon, Kan., to ipend a week's vacation GOV. MANNING URGES PEOPLE TO BE CALM Heartfelt Thanks and ap preciation to People of Tulsa and Surrounding Country We will jtop a minute, even though we are as busy as the busiest and thank everyone for the won- derful and glorious patronage you have given us since we bought the Harlow Brokerage stock by order of the United States court with $105,000 liabilities We also wish to apologize for any neglect or oversight in this the greatest business ever given us. This certainly stirs us to greater and more wonderful efforts and this coming week will mark the pinnacle in Bankru pt Bargains. Time Is Short and the Stock Must Be Closed I'm Monduj iiinl Tuesday, 1,000 yards Wool Dress Goods, values $1.25, $1.50, f- and $2.25 a yard. Bankrupt Moiidav and GW loil.i 1,000 vards Wool Dress Goods, values 65c, 75c, 90c j'ard; Bankrupt Momhn and Qi' Tuesday One case Men's Elalf Hose. 60 dozen, 720 pairs, val ues 15c pair; Bankrupt Monday and Tuesday, pair ' JL l.ono Men's fleece lined Undershirts, no drawers, worth 0V ;iiii 75c; Bankrupt Mondaj 9Qsf" and Tuesday 1,000 pairs shoes. Men's. Lai lies', Hoys' ami Girls', worth $2.50, $3 and $3.50; Bankrupt UM Monday and Tuesday PXrtO 100 Ladies' Dress Skirls, fresh and new, Worth $3.50, $4.50, $5 ami $6; Bankrupt UJO Monday ami Tuesday 0fOU l.ooo yards all Silk Satin Ribbons, plain ami fancy, .". to 7 inches wide, worth up to 65c yard; 1 . Bankrupt Monday and Tuesday, yard... -ltC Harlow Brokerage Bankrupt Sale " 203 SOUTH MAIIM STREET City News In Brief - V. W. C. A DELEGATES to the national convention will have charge of vesper services al the v. w. C. A. headquarters al i o'cloek this after iu mi. AJ girls "f Tulsa arc Invited. r. vv. ROOK, assistant utaic's at torney nf Paltlmore, .Mil, visited Tt Iso yesterday for the first time in II years, Mr, Rook was greatly sur- I isc, I al the city's marvelous growth. LEO a NEWSOME, the Bosch magneto man, was able in return from the hospital to his home On Quaker avenut yesterday, after a three weeks' i i Iness 'if t v phold. LENNY WILLIS was sentenced in thirty days in Jail by Judge Clark in municipal court yesterday mnrnins'. v. iiiis was arrested when boarding a hXsco passenger train ami a revolver v a found in his i" issi sslon, a liiniii impetus was given tn the Chautauqua circle at their regular meeting last week, which was held ai the v w. c. a. headquarters, Miss LutOlta Goodman was leader ami she, with .Miss Blanche Drain ami Miss .variatt. offered a very tine program. TWENTY-NINE charter members vv,ii present at the initial meeting f the Pythian Bisters lodge in Tulsa Thursday night. The lodwe was nr ganlsed under the leadership nf Mrs. El. I' oi i'crt nf Cleveland, Mrs. Min nie Bunting of Bapulpa, Mrs. Sarah Knot nf BapUlpa, ami .Mill. Stella Spa) li s nf Hartlesvllle. ORAPINO HAS BEEN stalled for tin- extension nf the asphalt paving mi nrth Boston avenue. The paving already extends to Jasper stresl and the work now under progress includes iwn additional blocks, thus aim; a pa veil sired direct tn the new mill chool, now being constructed in Kirkpatrlck Heights AT A M EETINC. of Hie hoard t governors and subsidiary commit tees for noonday luncheon Friday, ir. Thomas Nicholson, member ol the national v. M, a. committee, gave an unusual address Doctor Nicholson lit a delegate to the Methodist conference which is being held in Tulsa and tnok the oppor tunity to give several timely sugges tions to the local board, sixty STUDENTS havs enrolled in tht free public niKht School, which opens tomorrow niKht at i.'io o'clock it Is expected that the number will reach over u hundred on the first , lass night. Bookkeeping, short hand, typewriting, commercial arith metic, Writing and spelling ale the favored courses, hut there has hoes -nil,., application for almost averj course In the high school curriculum. THERE was considerable' excite ment when two BngUsh bulldogs failed tn agree at Third and M tin yesterday afternoon. One of Ihe combatants was enjoying a sun bath in the tnnneau of a large automobile when he suddenly pounce, l ,,ut on I in nf another canine. The ulr wan filled with flyitiK hair for a few minutes when a passerby picked then ep and shook them apart. AFTER A WEEK'S wrangling, W. R Hand was fined $1U lti iiiuiinipai Our Conception of the Banking Business Ts that it is an advisory one as well as one of caring for and pro" tecting the surplus income of our customers, Our advice in fi nancial matters backed by our years of experience, is at the service of all customers those just making a start as well as those who saw the advantage of a banking connection and made their start years ago. sn't a service of this nature worth something to youf Your account w ill he appreciated. The Central National Bank of Tulsa Capital, paid in $100,000.00 Capital, earned 50,000.00 $150,000.00 Surplus, all earned 150,000.00 court yesteidav morning on a charge nf cruelty tn animals. Hand was al- rested following a statement by one nf his employes, who was arrested ii complaint nf Humane officer A. M, Welch The employe stated that tie was whipping his mules under "idirs from his DOSSJ Hand appealed the case. CHARLES o. BOWELS, a minor, through his guardian, Charles A. Bowels, yeaterdaj filed suit in the su i erior court against E. a. Levy, J. B. Levy and j. R, Hendricks to recover money on a promlssary note, tjowela contends that Interest was charged at it, r ii, nf ;i per cent and w.i- m ide nays ide semis nnually, lendant has failed tn d ion Is asked to fnreclo listed as security. This the dc- i and p, rmis- a mortgage IM NERAL set vices will he con duct! d toda) fnr Ii. I., l-arkin, who died yesterds) morning at his home, ir.lt) S iiith ltaltlrimre, after a stmko ol paralysis. The services will he in the home at 3 0'ClOOli and the ReV, ('. V. Kllnit will render the Sermon. Mr Larkln had foi years been chief if the purchasing department of the Gulf I'ipe Line company and was well known .menu the oil contingent. Ho is survived by a' wife and two children. ORAM EL BARRETT, aged died al the Inline nf his soil, W. S. Harrett, at 10:40 o'clock last night. Mr. Bar rett was formerly nf Abingdon, Va., Inn had been living with his son for a v. ii in addition to the ion in Tulsr In- Is survived by u daUKhter, Mrs. Oeorge Urblng of Pittsburgh, Pa. funeral services will bo conducted Horn the home of W. S. liarrctt. 1411 Smith Boston, at 10:30 o'clock Mon daj morning byjhe Rev. e V. Kllng, -'- ' Tin-: WORK of building a sewer no North Main street tn drain tie Katv railroad crnssiiiir has start, , and tin- tiie is now being laid. The aswer will extend on Ihe west side of M ull from tho Katy tracks lo Archer, where it will COnnoCl with the Archer sir, it storm sewer, a pool of water collects at Hie railroad crossing every limn it rains and Standi fnr s in, time. The sitnatinn has been a men ... in health fnr several years and tli" only way to remedy it was to liiitld a special line nf sewer. SILVER LEAF Temple Pythian lis ters was Instituted here I'lidav with a membership of 9. Mrs. B. O, Oil hert nf Cleveland, stato organiser, Mrs Minnie Ituntintr of Bapulpa, an officer nf Hie supreme lode, and Mrs. Rtella Knot of Bapulpa. and Mrs. Stella Spade nf llarllesville. urand of- flcers, took part in laying the founda tiun nf the temple. The festivities attendant upon organisation closed with .1 bunvjuct tendered by members it the Tui a local cat for twenti tn the visitors at thet wen placet JAMES M'NEILL, aged years, left Pocahontas, Ark., Scptemliei 20 and told his wife and son he was com ing to Tulsa to look for work In tho oil fields. No word was received from tin- man liy Ids wile .in, I .son who fin ally packed n of their belongings in an oid u.m'oi ,,( the plane schooner type and started out to find him. The wajron h is be n sitting near the t'risco ti n ks at Hie fairgrounds for the past few days bul no truce of McNeill has ii i" ind. Tim woman and hoy aro in desperate 1 Ircumstances and yester day ippealed to Chief of Police' Hums for help Any Information about this man will be gratefully received. SEEING A MAN LYING on the sidewalk at Fifth and Blgta about II o'clock l ist evening passing motorists sent a hurry call to tho police station saying that a man had been mind, bagged and robbed, Motorcycle ro le no n Hughes and Nlchi Is were dis. pat. he, 1 tnii neighbors changed ths complexion of the autolsts' version when they told the officers that tho man had a little more "vlgorlne" than he could carry and had laid down to sleep it off. II. gave his name as Prank Alexander ami said that he lived on North Boston He was booked for drunkenness and spent tho night in jai'.