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TULSA DAILY. WORLD, SUNDAY, MAY 11, 1019.
LEGATE AND SMEDLEY HELD" FOR' FORGERIES Twt, Tulsa Mm 1uu-grf With At- irml'lini; lUHIiH 'lll'l. . i .11.4 t K "Rmerlley. ,h.,,,'.,l .1.1. fnt-Ri ry of to , oldlfM 5 . h.-,-k. wre hold under bond. he-trin before J H. t II ,,!!, trilled estates eotnmlaaloner, svu'r.l.n' afternoon. sn.nl l-v nmrt" 1,on1 foT hl" r." " the ! "t the hearing and inun l slated that 111 I.I 1.. mi,l U. till 1,1 ,,! l.nn'l i'uu iii-" . S-.j..,:,.,. April ! 1-V thief of 1 . . 1. .. I .lit' .1 M I A . .n .iiteniptlng. II la rharged. lis, a f HO pnvornnifnl. hoim r',',Jk made payable " eilv B. ... , i, . i, .inn' was jsiiirn ii .. ili'.i! "if signature on the check 1 . i -..-.I., i i Xlir f . ri 1 1 n n. srii-rsi iniu i-- ...ckM. iie.irin i. ii nam i i ,r l,ig.iii' reused Ihr latter to ml llllt ), . ri.imr was ""I Utiles. I.egil' hni '.( d I rim ne i.un pun i,um-i A along Willi second rherk n.i.le i.i lii'-h.ird A. il'-jumpf. Utrr forn.i I" 'n.K,i,l,n f Nnie.lley, St Tl(:..i V M ''. A- building fro:n , rfi.rnr.l mild.rrn. gMng 131 for m.. , lic ks "f a l"lil VHIlie of ,nir'lli-' testified that legate lis'l ,,lni ,nn ,",,n,:k which Ihe li"f h.i'l in In" pobfihi'lon at Ihe ., ,if : he .i rrrst. Thp proof "l il.r hearing Saturday fhiwl .1 iiM'fi- h.i'l been ree,ived at r.ii-s n: 'I jn'opf iind that neither fn h'i I ihI ri'reived hm letter. Hoth i..m.t l.i:"viiiif thn defe.nilnnU or tmins i .:. their honuii therka. QUESTION METHOD USED BUT MAINTAIN POWERS W .-lMN"';Ti'V. May 10 An nflin.il ri'pur' I'V 6ffrer of theln p, !.n ltii ml k ili'put tinent who l;w vr':i;.i-..l ! .mfplalnri thBl pr.B'inem a I nn l.e.ivenworth. Kan . were ,Iiii! in nil 11 iim.i ii Hit i y rril nd dfr.rhi! w.ili w.iter from a fire hne i m.iil" publlo today tiy the r il'pa ' ' iiieni It mhI.I thul I'ap im i h.irles W .loneii of th 49th litaniry. wli had rharne of th purt el II. c miiirdhniise n which the rim vi"rp held, ordered the hone lu'nfil on tl.rni heritiiNe of their re fusal to nhev when ordered to keep qjiet a not In dieturb prlonom klHiiK ft neurhy cellH. ' The idnni of Ihe artlnn taken liv I tie officer on Ihe upol in thin Imutire nmy he questioned." Mid the. ri-port "hut the Immediate re tpnnmhllitv fur restoring order wa h: and he did not exceed tJs au thority." Mimt of tl.e prisoner In the tell re i'on.cientliius objector. th of f;rrs reported. Iind had been locked up for n f.iaal (o work. TrniKri ArrlTr. SFW Yi'ltK, May 10 - Tha army trannpnrt I'alria arrived here toijav fr"m Mjraelll with 7S officers and I Ml tnn nonrly half of whom Hire nieniher of Ihe 20Mh machine i.n bJllal.nn, 78th dlvlaon. Realism Heightens Thrills in Re- Beach 's."Thc Brand ft Noted cvAuthor, in Supervising rroiliK-tioir on His Coldwyn Pictures, Makes Certain the ('anient Will Reveal No Artificialities. t 'r "B Ik a1 III ZVcma of Me Yukon THE BRAND ROBlillt M'KIM. KL'SSLI, Kmil'Srt.sf ANU K A V l.Al Itia.. There Is a filiht acene In "The ifrand," Hex Heath's I riniendoua Yukon clraii.a which la mid lo rival the fight in "The Siolli ra." hut Hex Lieah hlnmelf niy the Mtuatlon la more tcnue and the bailie more Im presnive owing to the mental mate of Ihe combatants. Tina Is Just one of the hundreds of detail which enter Into thla treat tiK atory. BcwIi'k Nrrwont Play. The acenarlo of a Hex Iteach photo druti.a Is only Icwi replete with' satlsfylntf delall than a Krx licaih novel. Hoth represnt the work of (he author In Ihe two mediums of expression In which he excels. Ilia photo-dramas are as much a pari of Ihe Amrrlran novelist as his liter ary work. He gives hia utmost to both. 'The ttrand," his newest pUy, which opens at the lajeallc today for three days. In Its scenario form contained numberless directions for the proper production of the drama. They Include not only a psycholog ical analysis of every character but tha action Itself was ilcHcrlhcd vividly. A score of llluminallna; de tails were furnished by Mr. Ilcach, whose wl.h was to achieve Ihe ut most realism unil crsln.ll;iude. Miles TliroiiKh llllnrd A r.iKlna" hlnz.ird mcins ecry thlii',' in the development of the plot of '"I ho Hrand." II la more than a scenic effect, for It exerts n powerful Influence upon the lues of Ihe three characters who nre concerned. Nof only do they travel inttcs through It, hut o,ie of them makes a supreme sacrifice and rrllmiuuahua hi martial riKhla to meet what vcevis certain death when he k"h out Into the atornl alone. Thus It wan seen that no suKKi'stlon of a real storm or an Imitation would satisfy Hex Beach, w ho supervised Ihe product Ion, as he does all his cinema pfciys. It must be a real hll.rurd, anil It was Tlw Ilrnml. The name Is no mere psycholog ical stigma. It Is applied physically r.iiljiVli Ihe hatred and con tempt of one man tor another, who, hn says. Is not fit to kill. There are years of ungulsh and Infamy behind this action, horn of the monotony and the loneliness that come with the hush of the white wild. It Roes without saying that the story prrued InK this Hreut cliinnx Is conceived In lieach's accustomed virile style. lTV BWEFS t I. K. PKTKHSt IN. charted with assault and haftery by hia wife, did not appear for trial In Iho municipal court l-ricl.iy and police w ere search -ll)K for him Saturday. He had posted 1 tOu uppoarance bond, i- - - - HNKIIAI, HKHVIl'KS for I' K Heci, who died I'riday,. will he held at J OU o'clm k this afternoon from Mowbray's chapel. Burial will be in Kum lull criliriery. Helatlvrs ar rived Siiiurday frou t'lil.ago t o at tend t Ii ii funeral. ,. J N. .ItHINSti.N, lfd West Seventh street, took two carpels out In the back yard for an an Ins: and a a coiiM'nurnce some sneakthlef is two en I' pi-1 a lu'llrr off. t -, TIIK HTATK BoAltli of nurse ex iimluers will hold an exam million on June and 7 at the I'apltol In okla hiima t'lly. The (leii.ainl for nurses Is as ureal now as during the war and It Is expected ll.al a lam num ber will take the examinations, according- lo Miss VMna Holland of lloblnnvllle. secretary of the sluie board of examiners - THi; KANHAM 11TV Hosiers lefl Tulsa Haturday morning after spei)i log the until In I ho city. 'I'ollowlng Ihe parade and smoker there was entrrlall.n. rnl for Ihe visitors at the Hotel Tulha. ... ... TIIK Tl't.SA A M ft I' LA NCI-: HH lefl Camp Merrill tfsturday morning and will prohably arrive Monday night or Tuesday morning All plans for thaeceptlon by Tulsa are complain TIIK PA Ft K A i K and grounds sur rounding Ihe new V. W. I'. A. build- I ii k are being sodded and plants set Kurnlshlngs are being Installed and II Is expected that Ihe formal open ing will he held about tha fust of June. ' TI I.SA W AH THKATKH to an air exhlblllon Haturday by Pilot V. T. Campbell and pilot and hia assistant, ilregory. who flew over the city about noon. tlregory climbed out of his seat t fr "the wings of his ma chine while It was tearing through tha air at high speed. . TIIK TRPHTIKH from the city tall vanished Haturday when sent to Con vention hall to clean up the place. They are expected back In the Jail oon'. ' I W. T. flKOWN of Tulsa, who has been lo Milwaukee on an extended trip, returned home Saturday. I W. HARTIT POWefWO of Tulsa, left for Muskogee Saturday to spend several days. f. K. IltrKKON Official of th Klrst State hank of Owaaso, waa a Tula visitor Saturday. I COM PLAINT that employee of tha Public. Service company have been granted commissions as depu tle to guard property of the com pany during the atrlke now In prog, reaa and are using the men to pro tect the strikebreakers was made to Sheriff Wnolley Haturday by rep asked that the commission be re resentatlve nf local labor, who vnked The sheriff Is Investigating Iho complaint. C I-: WlltiN of Miami wrote the polne Saturday to look for his wife. Mrs C I' Wlbon, also known as Cora Osborne Ho said she haa been miHHliig from her home sines Monday. UN K It A 1. KKHVU'KH for Willie Kramer, son of W. Kramer, ZtlD r'.ast K'ourth street, who died Krlilay, will be held Hundsv afternoon at a';iO from Mowbray's chapel. Mili tary honixa will be accorded Ihe young ins ii, who dud as Iho lesull of disease contracted while In the service of the country. Members of Ihe Tulsa home guard will act us pallbearers. -i HINT K K N tllHl.H of the I'rani es WHIarl home spent the afleriuion Haturday at the Y . W. I'. A ramp grounds east of Hapulpa on the In I. mi. a I iiIiiii line .. . M HM N i: M Ni;lU lfe of Judge McNeil of the supieme couil, armed Haturday lo visit Mrs. W. I'), A .Unil Hi; North Main sired . . KIIIK DI.STItOYKI) the garage of C J Allen, 3.M North Itosedale htieel Hatiirdiy morning. The loss was CMItuatrit- at $:nil. - I - MIHS NliTTIK HI UlilNH. Y. W. C. A se.reiar), is MJItiiig friends In llenrrtla. HI IT l-olt ;:,nni) against the Tulsa Street Hallway company was file. I in the district court Haturday hv John W lleaziev, a minor, by his mother, ,lara Hraxley. The hoy wsm Inlurrd when a Kendall car left the track, throwing Ihe boy tu the platform. 1,1AM T. PtiPK, reported lo the Incut Heil Cross society Haturday A GOOD DESSERT Ready to kerve it one of our Short Cake. They make you want more. Let u do your hot weather baking. Good thing to eat galore. BAKERY 518 SOUTH MAIN that he lost his discharge pspera en route from Hpringf laid. Hu, to Tulsa, iVyd asked that the society assist him In recovering them. I - HAM Z A ft HOW, who operates a grocery store at 1 ft 0 7 Kasl Hlxlh street, reported a robbery to Ihe po lice Saturday. A quantity of gr.n cerlea were taken Friday night, he a ild. . . . - A BONI S CIIKCrv la held for Charles A I wood) at the lied Cross office In the Lynch building There aie aim letters f,ur Mrs. Ida Harper and Libert M Philips. TWO HKHVICKS will he held at the series nf evangelical meetings In West Tulsa today. There will he a mothers' meeting at II o'clock In Ihe morning and a regular aervlc at N h i lock tonight. PRIVATE FLOWER BEDS PILFERED BY CHILDREN Score of phone call from th cllurna of Tulsa are received dally, both al the police elation and the mavor office, complaining that boy - and oma girl, -are treaapasslng on prlaie lawn and alnallng rosea. Hesldence districts In every jarl of Ihe rlly are suffsrer from raids from youngsters who trample the grass plot and atrip flower off by armloads. In many oaaea ruining handsome flower beds. Th police have been given orders lo keep a vigilant watch for Ihe offender. 7'irr Ctrl Skin Down Shfft From City Jail Window I 'escenditig hand ner hand a ropn made nf bed sheets tied lo the lion gesitlng of a ail window, Mvrtle Taylor and Bonnie Whit man, Iwo girls at the city Jail, lowered themselves safely to the pavement of the alley adjoining the station at HI o'clm k last night and In full view of th amaxed pedeslrlsns tripped lightly away befoie the police discovered that a fall delivery was In progress W hen one of the officer rushed from Ihe station Into the allay to Investigate the cause nf the excite ment a third head wa emerging from th window and two feminine hands were upon the Improvised ladder ready to make tha perilous Journey In freedom, hut spying the pnllcema'i apnrfisrhlng tha head withdrew and the exndu wa suppressed The two women wsre arrested a few hours before for disorderly conduct. They are well known to the police, but their recapture had not been effected at an early hour thl morning Kvery scout should b boosting th big demonstration. We want to show tha people nf Tulsa what the scoula of Tulsa are doing. We can't show Ihsm If they don't coma and Hisy won't come If you don't tell them about It. The program I going to he good so promise everyone an eve ning of entertainment worth while. Nn admission fee. June t I .the dale. Stenographer Wanted "WAM'FTV (iravl Irnrsirapher, either main or femeK Mast he, bln to lake dloUUon rapidly anil tranaortbn aororaaWy, WU1 pay 1100 for flrat month and advaane rapidly. " Toil ran pick up rpot any dally paper and read iuch an ad vertisement or you may call, at nur office almost any day in th week and see a 111 of such call for office help, We are graduating atudenta Juat aa fast aa we oan, but th demand U much greater than th aupply. v There are many young men-and young; woman In Tulsa who, with a little man training, could hold excellent poIUon, but they are apparently Mtlafltd In bold a Utile Job at a mall aalary. We eon d oet both a day and evening school throughout th year. Htudenta may enter at aijy Urn and progress according to their ability. It better to enroll In the day school, but If this Is not possible, you should 1st nothing Interfere with your enrolling In Ihe evening school. Night school on Monday, Wednesday and Krlday evenings. Call at our office, 101-111 Kast Third street? or telephone Mil. ( Tulsa Business College (FULLY ACCREDITED) FlVE BUILDING PERMITS -FOR RESIDENCES SATURDAY Five residence and two garages f irmed Ihe total of tha building par. ,-... i ' , 1 . vn naivruir III U I " I II g at the building Inspector's office, making a total value for the day of III. MA. Wlnle the "build a home" cam pelgn In Tulsa, haa not officially aiarled, Iff permit hav been laeued for residence alone thla month, with a total value of lilt, 140. The fol lowing permits were laeued Batufr day morning: John H. KYanklln, realdeaos, Cms ble Heights, 14.000. H. p. Klmmon, residence, 11 North Mayhell, S00. Mrs. Mary Rice, reeldenea and garage. 711 West Third strt, 12. M0, Mrs Clair Truelnvs, garage, 101 South Phoanix, 100. I I S!tlllll!llll!l!!l!l!l!IIM iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiitiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiH Go to Binding-Stevens Seed Co. for all kinds of Hen and Chick Feed PERFECTION Chick Feed Pratt. Baby Chick Faad. Conkey'i Buttarmilk If tub. Blttchford'i Chick rd; Pin Head 0U. Hen Feeds i Perfection Hen Feed. Egg Main makea heiu Uy, Fine ffriU for little chicks. Coarse frits and oyster shells. . Darling's Mest Crisp. Lice powders and liquids. Poultry s U p p I i e s of all kinds. Binding-Stevens Seed Co. Ml MHfflt,,i,,,"in",'lm"m,m,r,nwl IWIItHIlIIHIIIUUSrHSWWMIUWIWHiaiimilSIHIianilHIIWSIPliSSIIS FOR NEXT' WEEK WE OFFER MANY PAIRS HANDSOME LACE CURTAINS. Both imported and domestic, at from one-third to one-half off, Veal bargains. DUCHESS, IRISH POINT, BRUSSELS, LACET, FILET NET, BOB INETTE, MARQUISETTE and SCRIM. This is a fine opportunity to get fresh new curtains or inexpensive laces to put up for the Summer months. LAGE CURTAIN SALE HUNDREDS OF LOTS NOT LISTED COME IN AND LOOK THEM OVER. Plain Hemstitched Marquisette. , 100 pairs plain white hemstitch Marquisette Curtains. If you are taking down your winter laces these are just rip:ht for the summer months. Regular $3.00 Quality Sale Price $2.00 Imported Duchess 4 Pairs, 3 Pairs, 3 Pairs, 4 Pairs, 5 Pairs, 4 Pairs, 6 Pairs, 3 Pairs, niAi Ivory Color $13.50 Ivory Color. $14.50 Ivory Color $12.00 Ivory Color $ 7.50 Ivory Color $10.00 Ivory Color $11.60 Ivory Color $ 9.00 Ivory Color $13.50 NOW Sale , $7.50 Sale $8.50 Sale $7.50 Sale $5.00 Sale $7.00 Sale $7.50 Sale f &.W Salejte.OO Imported Irish Point 12 Pairs, Ecru Color. . . 5 Pairs, Ecru Color..., 6 Pairs, Ivory Color. . , 5 Pairs, Ivory Color. . , G Pairs, Ivory Color. . , 6 Pairs, Ivory Color. . , 9 Pairs, Ivory Color.., 7 Pairs, Ecru Color. . ?, ntoo. ,$. 8.50 .$15.00 .$10.50. ,$15.00 .$ 9.00 .$11.60 ,$ 8.00 ..$8.50 Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale" Sale Sale Sale wow $.5.10 $10.00 $8.50 $11.00 $.6.50 $ 8.80 $ 8.00 $ 6.50 Imported Lacet Net 2 Tairs, Ecru Color , . . . .$12.50 Sale $4.00 4 Tairs, Ecru Color. .: $16.00 Sale $6.00 5 Pairs, Ecru Color $11.50 Sale $6.00 5 Pairs, Ecru Color .$ 8.00 Sale $4.00 3 Pairs, Ecru Color $20.00 Sale $6.50 2 Pairs, Ecru Color. ....... . ; .'. . . . . . . .$12.50 Sale $6.00 4 Pairs, Ecru Color. . $ 8.00 Sale $4.00 3 Pairs, Ecru Color $ 7.50 Sale .$3.50 Marquisette - ? Ri;i. .4 Pairs, White Color. $13.50 5 Pairs, Ivory Color $10.00 (i Pairs, White Color.. $ 4.50 4 Pairs, Ecru Color ........ $ 3 Pairs, Ivory Color 4 Pairs, White Color 6 Pairs, Ecru Color 4.50 3.50 $ 4.50 $ 3.00 4 Pairs, White Color $4.75 Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale NOW $10.00 8.00 3.50 3.00 2.50 3.00 2.25 3.00 Voile 5 Pairs, Ecru Color r $ 4.75 Sale 4 Pairs. Ivorv Color $13.50 Sale 3 Pairs. White Color $22.60 Sa! 4 Pairs. Ivorv Color.... ...$10.00 Sa 4 Pairs. White Color .. . $24.00 1 Sa 7 Pairs, Ivory Color $13.50 Sa! 8 Pairs. Ecru Color V $12.75 Sa 3 Pairs. White Color $ 7.50 . Sa! NOW $30 $ 9.80 $12.50 $ 70 $18.00 e 410.00 e $10.00 e $ 30 Filet Net RKIi. 3 Pairs, Ivory Color $11.50 6 Pairs, Ivory Color. $10.00 6 Pairs, Ivory Color $10.00 10 Pairs, Ivory Color .$11.00 7 Pairs, Ivory Color '....$ 8.00 6 Pairs, Ivory Color $ 0.75 4 Pairs, Ivory Color $ 0.00 4 Pairs, Ivory Color $ 8.00 Sale Sale Saie Sale Sale Sale NOW $7.65 $8.00 $7.50 $8.50 $6.50 $5.00 $4.50 $6.00 Scrim 5 Pairs, Ecru Color $3.50 Sale 4 Pairs, White Color $2.00 Sale 5 Pairs, Ivory Color .: $3.00 Sale 3 Pairs, Ivory Color $3.25 Sale 0 Pairs, White Color $4.00 Sale 0 Pairs, White Color. $5.00 Sale Pairs, White Color $0.00 Sale 0 Pairs, White Color i $0.00 Sale NOW $2.25 $1.25 $2.00 $2.00 $3.25 $3.50 $4.00 $4.50 ODD PAIRS 1 fifi Odd pair and two pair lots of all kinds os im-J-UU ported and domestic curtains. MARKED FOR THE SALE AT . ONE-HALF price. i is BASS FURNITURE AND CARPET COMPANY