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TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER fi, 1019.
WELCH, ALLEGED RIOTER, ON TRIAL District Judtfe Lucien B. Wright Is Lxpcctea to Instruct Jury Today.- TO TRY NINE OTHERS Ktate Contends That Drum- right Affair Was Planned bv Ed Welch. HW.! to 'II" World. S.M'II-I'A. -N'"v' .4. With the wrk of h. .Mirintr i"ry completM I,,,. , , i. .m day af lenioon, the dis-l',-: voir! Itfre tin morning awupg l,,i lnl will lrolilily be tlte most l,p..r mm :k-iUiim if the present -,nn I'mmiight riot vaunt. ,,,. J,, si Hrnl presumably main ,.,.' ,i injjfii up today when Id! We'ch alleged ringleader of "the iiiii-ni'ii-'lit disturbances during a re ;..iliiu opiTator"" :rike, P ,,, answer a charge f '"- 'it,i -g not. It I" aliened that Welch. ,,, ...iMip.nn' with other agitators, loaded the mob which ran the affair t,, 'to' hewhl (if disorder when a note n.tn started to siil.e Mayor .1. iin..n..;..l. n,ul ry Nlr'Hli'lllUS IM I 'I mill ihin. .." , mil lilm. , , I., .- tonight the rne had reached n pu nt where all evidence hud been t .ikeit. and It wan i 1.1 by AflMtant I'ouutv Atmrney I'rcd Kpcaknuin iiiu' .1 n.luf l.ti.'ien It. Wright would prohahl give his ItiHl met Iiiiik to the bin . :i r-Iv on Wednesday. rt.-Milis Welch, nine other persons w,.ie l.iiunil over to the iimirlot c ur: a' the recent preliminary henr i ( here, on various charges grow-n-K out of 'he I )t ti til rlK 111 trouble. Welch honil had been net at $2. Mm, which lie prooiired. RETIRED OFFICALS TO AID NEW REGIME r STATE BRIEFS. I'AWUl'KKA, Nov. 4 The arhnola of oa.ign county ai a pralel by C. N. iluwell, ate high avhoial limpey-tor. M'ltANT. Nov. 4 KtudetHa at Southeastern "a nte normal achool aro conihutlng li i'nt oi.ai. The buys urn ruling overall and the girts calico Irmrs. Cl;SIMN(J, Nov. 4. An flection will be held'hrie November II to Mite $76, Hull if I.oimIh fur extending the wiitcrwoiki; Hntein. F'AWI'I'r-'KA. Nov. 4 - Klithty di vorce ciik h are m'liedu'ed for lvl.il lit the ti'Mn of-the d. strict Aonrt which opened lura. Ten are by In dian pelitlonei . AHO.MDKK, Nov. 4 Cowhoje mid anlmai for the Ardmora roundup to h held here N'oM'inbi'r f. t, 7 unci 8 are arriving 'Lilly. I 'IC.MI'l.tlKi:, Nov. 4 Oliver Jd. hat le vllle of St. I .oil In, u lawer, li.'iH come held to hegiil bin law ca reer, believing this a better field for u new attorney than In the older mute. I rll.At'KWI'Xi.. Nnv. 4. The ('klahoina I'nii try a-aoolatlon mn" here early In lievemhcr and 3,000 cnlilcH hae bten received to date The i ik uhi'lr .1 tlrange a so meet here Iieoeinljcr 16-It. HARRY ROGERS MAY TALK ON NOV. 11 War Mollwrt of llartlci lll to S-m flili-Lrn Dinner to lti tuflll'tt SlllllTH. Mi'Alcfier liili l-nillng Manage rial lroi of ;oiiTniiifiit Fu-ry l-oHslhlt- Asslatniii". fp-'nl to The Y.rld M.AI.I'STI'.lt. Nov. 4 The tnan nL'.rml form of irovernnipnt hat I een Instituted here with K. M. Fry, until Novembe. 1 deputy warden of the state penitentiary. lie took th" rein-, im city manHiter ycnlerday. Tlie riiiiinilHuion t.iklnir office l couponed of lr. U. K. IVmherlou mi mayor and ofnimlHHlonera (ieorKe ltliler. Frank AnderMn, H. It. Itrown im. I J. T Oriffln. Mr. Fry's jiblni I n t men t nil Hinted In today' World. Include W. J. Horton, olty Bttornev; John JO. Smith, city treaii nrer; W illiam .Moruan, chief of po lice, and Mum Rose Kwena, city clerk. J. M Cnnnnivay, retiring flnancn I tit in iuMlitnnr whn bnu lipen fir-No- I I 1 rlaied with the munk'lpjl govern ment eln.e before atatehood, de clared he believed the new regime will be a aiicceas. tin ha been pr ua led by Mr. Fry to work with the new admlnlnln; tlon a few weekH to i net the financial department etarted arlcht I fore taking up a new posi tion So ban I. I) Wataon, the re tlrlnir m.ivor, and Walter Prour. the retiring coinmlraioner of puhllu orka Hl.lHrt. Nov. 4. The .Miller broth er, owueiR 01 "101 Itanch," w II build a lio oon dilry barn to handle the diilry depart meiit, which had tii) nillklnir .'. t"duy, In charge of lot) nillkern. SMAWNKi:, Nov. 4 A thret fl.ija' nniHii al festival opened in ro to.I.iy, with I'i.ul Althouae giving a vi'cltiil nt the Savov Tomorrow tilxht Mailiime M.uie Kappiipl altigi. and Arthur M 1'bl leton climeii the noun n Thiirsua, nlxht. rrtTKI C-ITV, Nov. 4 With only ii few d i remaining of hi Jiul Hentence f, 1 stealing a watch, W. !' I!der lulled Jami-H Souther lund to iH.-iipo by heating Jailor 11. It WilHon liter the head with o chain on the end of a nlirk. Houth crland got iiwi.y but later rclurne I i f h Im own hi cord. Sluici 'barter. HKI.AlluM t lTY, Nov. 4 Joe S. Morrla. secretary of mate, h.ig la mied the following charter: Itlackwell l-.iks theuter. Itlackwell; J. T. Stout, all of Uliickwell, iiooi poratota; capital $23,Ono. liefil to The Worlii HAHTI.K.SVll.l.K, Nov. 4 --It. H lludaoti, cba.rinan of the U.isbltK ton county He 1 t'roe roll -nll. Im Hiart.d the drive (or new niembein with the aid of more than Ml '" HUttantH. Harili hvllle ban been di vided into d.Htr.c'a an I icanis of men lind womi .i are si l king th-t largcNt number of meiubeis The women lue undii' Mr, lieorge iH.'i fleltl, whll ethe wiimeli canaasiiu' the rural dbtinca m e in chin ice of Mr". 1v Thurnian. Wushingioii loiinly's iiiota In 7,70 iiieinix r-, but those in charge of the c.uii pa'gn me evpc:ltig that 'tin nnio hcr will he nearly doul lel bifoie ihe iliive end on armistice day. No vember 11 The w:ir nu.thei of the couiitv tire milking el..boiuie prepiiraibins to eiitertnin the returhed eiblbit on armistice iluv with a chicken d li ner. Thi' cotitMiliiee In .lunge of arranging for a speaker f 't the l.i iinnouio en thai Hairy II lingers of Tulsa w ill probably be the speak, r for the occasion. MORE THANV3L000 ENROLL VOLUNTARILY IN RED CROSS S,irial lo Tlie U cirl.l. iKI..liiMA fITV, Nov. 4- M though there was no actlie hoIIcIi i tloii of Ited Cross iih'IiiImoh -,esei-lav. more than .11. lino iiiimi's W"u placed on the l!-l!i) roll. uc irdlng lo reporis received ton gilt bv J F Dwens, stale rbntrmau of the in ' 1 1 -hershlp caiiipalgii. The uctlye drive for inemberH will begin this tnoi'i llig when Kill. Diiii volunteers wf'.l :e glu to comb every city, hamlet and rural d sirlct !?i the mate for It' d (' a members Name listed yesterday were t nlv thus., who volunteered. Among ih" e:iilv icpo'rls : members we-e: Knld, !ll; M 'anil. fiHS; Henry, t' l. Il'ii. fushlng, ) 0 ; itltliihiiina Cltv. g 37 ; Antlers 12S. an-l IawIoii f,tin. SANITARY LAWS BEI NG ENFORCED BY KNISLEY .liril In The Weri nAllTI.KSVIM.I.; Nov. 4--Siel-tary tifficer 8. W Kiitnlej in making nil effort to enforce toe unl'ary laws of the cltv ami slate lie la de voting niiich time to cafes. mint market au,l bakeius J !: Nob'e was srres.rd for having sp-.i.led siusuge in his refrlgeru'or. and hi- shop w as oidere,! closed permanent -ly, only the grm ery depa: t men be ing pi imilteil to opeiate. Noble w a fined ff in, I cos.s In oilcc court. This Is the incond time Nobl" bus I. cell arrested for unsiol'i'y (oioli- loi in his rlote, the f,is offense brttigli'g a fine of $JS and cos . Inlnle has uls.t pu i bat. on :he prai Mce of men smok.ng cl- carom or c;g ,rs In pul lb- eating places This pi actu e i, c iniriiy lo ti.U law. Mlncm May at llonii-. 1 t.eeUl In The M or,, I j nKI.MIiiMA rlTV, Nov 4. I'M -g:ii- I', nion. pi. sdent of the I'kla liiiinn r'ule led el at ion of Ijihor. has i l etui lied fioin McAles'er, where be spent several das In ihc coal strike j i'lie. Ml I'etlt.nl lo. llllVd that theie lis no null iiiio-i that there will be any difficulty He says the m rs line simph i eiiniuing nt looiie find libit the Hiiik" will lo c. iiiliiclcd I peacefully, IYcll.1i Is Hidiil-m'd. ; Saieciil In I l, til III Ni i AT A. Nov 4 - Fverett I I r.'i.ch, whu, shot and killed Tom Jll.il: icicntly" wlun Ihe latter heal bis wife, who was I 'leii. h's sister, was i iutii'i .Hi I fi oic a l blame bv a coi I -on i s .tury "Vh.. Jurv, decided ih.it 'the slay.-r, of Hal! acted In aelf-de-feniiii. riwln lo the general reputa tion of II. HI. public .sentiment was , ov el w helioltiKly in French's, favoi. l.vliniH SiKsi'cds (.al. I Hieril In I In- World ' i iK I. All. IM A CITY. Nov. 4.---W. 111. (irime if liill.is. Ten.iH, aolitor jof 'In M illan.l alb-)' Ka.li. ad cmn !..un, li ii in i . pti d the poHiilon of Inutilor for In Main coi pot a I ton I riiiomission and will assume his .lu ll, t oem''. r Hi. Mr linnieu u cei , Is J seph M ilayle. who re giied to enter bus ncim for bliiiHi-lf. STATE TO PAY $500 FOR BANK ROBBERS t.oviTimr Take I nii-ual Mcim tu I Tcvi-nt nubbin of Tialii 01 Hanks. '.I 4 iril In Tin Vt i ik I . H i iM V CIT . Nov ilnveriior l!u' if n h is l-s I a pi it,' l.i m.itlon iff. r.n.: i i ow aid ' (.'.no f.T ihe at'i't elii'i".i"ti, :i'te-.l and , on lc: ion f..v fel. n of an per don p.n tli ip.i.lt k. !n 'lo' robl'i'iy of ia bank or lailnad train In the in'"' ! with. n the nei .HI davs H w.i fur , tber proclaim. -d that In the offer n of Ibis lewaid It I not roiiiempl.ited that any life anall he taken, but In case uiiv pcisoti Hhall forcibly I esis ,aint and mm II be killed, upon the , fin nlslilng of s.'itla'ai-torv prmil of I the arrest the tew.ird shall, in lh I , lis. I e' Ion of tlie Koverni'l be paid I ihe H.ioie as 111 ti e case of , nnv c Ion i,,,eilioi icol.erisiiti loild I e : pr. c.iinintioii li .a no aianllicati e 'other than us wording give H"' I would ntfer no cooini'nt upon lb'' In isoiiS for ..feting the reward a ihli t ine except o eiy that t has no I r,,n tlon m signiflvam lo the 1 sli Ike a.tu itlot. frf"3 1 1 EAM0 ylml 1 MITHOVS iMOEa MEMORIAL HOSPITAL AT BARTLESVILLE PLANNED m m FAMO ia good tor the tenden-jt ! tclp. You can uie it with perfect confidence on the baby't , head. FAMO kllU the dandruff bacilli, atoraj Itxhing, make the hair healthy and beautiful and grow new hair. j Two ir-3S centa, aiid an extra taraja j bottle at $1. At all toilet fooda counter. 1 from the Uboratnrte of F. A. Tboip- , on S Company, Manufacturing , PharnuurUta, betroit, M. Ji. llallllnirtiiii-AblMMt Cn. iiaker I'rug Co. rnritiiii lnig store SK-hiN-rg llroN. SMi-lal la mo Agt-niM Wpeil to The Worlil. HAItTI.KPVIM.K. N)V.' 4 A ronimlttee of business men hav sliirteil out armed wl'Jl Cpie of a petllon inlilressed to ill) couniy cotnni issloners asking 'hm -o caillS nn election to. vote SliJ.OflO In I 3 bonds for (He erection 4, f a -otmiy i 4 nielliriHiiil l.n.nll.1 ll.ll I..... . m Oil. I P " )"-!' I" ' '!''" 1-" "' " 3 purpose were clrcila le.'. "" il I ; inon'hs ago, hut owing to the la-1 completeness of the reglH'riotTn list j Es- It was found Impoanlb'e t ) get ihe ' required nunher of algoa'iirei of qualified voters Approximately 1,200 4 names of ipiallf led voter muat be , r5 eigne,) trt lhe petl-lon. I S3 The city last yenr voted !50 0'HIH In hnnita to erect a city hospital, the bonds were sold and the lot pur rh.iaeil. Later, however on effort was sinrte, to hulld a hispltnl more In keeping with the needs of the comniunl'y nrid It was decided to rnale It a memorial affair In honor to ihe men who aerved In the war from Washington couay. The sta'e legislature passed a bill making II possible fr ,hc county to aid In 'his project, hut the Inability to find enough qualified voter haa belJ up the project. Advertising Nowata. fl"i' to The World. NOWATA. Nov. 4 The chamber or commerce ha Isaued a 12-paue paper named "The Nowatan," which deals with the advantage of N,- W I'it and NoWtltn eonntv nm lilueea Ihe in and make money. The 'her in a X(.ry creditable n bi'-n. on and It Is nvnpru.l ihi I, ..li appear once each month. '1 Clapp's Poinciana Last r VVj roinciana lnuMimifti tin tin; A left is a modified KnRlish last that finds favor with both men and younsr men. It's made by Edwin Clapp, bo you know the quality is there. We have it in fine black calf, bal. lace style, at 16, and in brown calf and kid at $17. Also in black kangaroo at $17. The BroadValk Last '"pHK I?roadwalk last is made especial A ly for men who want plenty of toe room. It has a wide, generous toe, medium heel and sole, Blucher style. In fine black kid leather at $1G. Other good shoes at $10 up. FAMO 1 r Tt'lSE MTOHC Olf 2HJ AUTV- I - i-jy ' lU9-:2 South Main Don't Take Any Chance W ith the Weather Get Into Heavier Underwear Now It's tinre, and this tore is HhowitiR a complete ntoek of Urn better kinds, Wilson Bros., Car ter and Ihiofold underwear in all wool, wool mix tures and cotton in the weight you like best. Carter's Merino Wool Union Suits $4 and up Jhiofold Union Suits $6.50 (irter Cotton Ribbed Union Splits $2 and up W ilson Bros. 2-piece underwear $2 up Mm' Hone Wilson Bros., McCallum and Onyx brands at 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c, $1 and up CM The Store I'or Men Let The Boston Save You from $1 to $3 on Your Shoes fhtr flower always fresh, grown at Twenty-first and lwl. Hold at 12 West Klfth. Osage S102. W antl-ll -Clean nillen ri.ira f... machinery wIlM-rt (-nil foe M,'llr.-u., World lil.lg Ail v. ' If . iVVdaf ky AT If proxhers I I nm I PVA with the 1 vital mineral 1 salts that brain and body need delicious With a flavor all its own Grape Nuts Iir- the substontiol cereal food Dofcs Quality Count? If quality mean anything to you, h:p n your electrical machinery today for repair, as we Hpeclalir.e on quality work. If you do not want quality work, we tin pot want your business, a euch and every mai nine rewound, re built or repaired by us musi come up to a specific requirement before leav ing our establishment. We use u eye--clal process Kb In lis your electrical machinery today for n pair. - hKRYICK, FA I It I'FAIilVti AM) QIAMTV DODGE ELECTRIC CO. Oliht Ii(iihllslMil J. Iii lri.nl Firm In Tulsa ill FAST SICOM) STItl .FT, TIIA, IIKI,AII(1M IHuigr gi Ti-l-liono thuige TUN Auk Your Neighbor About Shannim' Blankets $3.75 to $20.00 Your Credit in 0. K. If you want a jfood serviceable blanket at a fair price, see our "Red an-l Black" ami "White and Black" Wool Double Blankets, at $1 1.50. Hard twill finish wears like iron. llmmier Kitchen Cab. $1.00 Down s HAIIiJOM'C Furniture Sew Method dan Hansen The Rocker Store li and IK Went Second I hlld Hi offer HIioi'M III i.io. bl.M k J!',' 'II ' ,';'.' ' fh nod i liiome all sizes 1 If" ' y jtJr $2.50, $2.95, J0f M $11.8i) M'' ln JUr-i v.Jr brown, lilack and AT- .v'r grav; high l.oul ' If KJr In els; turn Hole F, 1 "'-V u taper $11.85 $4.95 M e n' Kngllsh kU. S..V . last black and W'V OT.'fi,. '':?.''rX Cordovan brown. I'.Tivi'i'l' (me strap Comfort Slipper, ruliber heels, flcxblla sole 111 oft black kid. Men's Solid Work Shoe; good lieuxy sined shoes in tun or blark. I a e a and ladles' Hhoea In calf or kid leath er; welt sole, md enlbb heel. $4.95 i W Men' l'.nol. J tlie thltig d ii c k hunting llollble s e w e i anh-n and full' t oS lotlKUe. $5.95 $0.95 70 Upstair Stores in 50 Citiea Boston Shoe Shop 320' 2 S. Main. Upstairs Over Woolworth's