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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1920.
FINGER PRINTS CONVICT NEGRO Otis Wright Left Impres sions of His Hands-on Glass. HE GETS JIVE YEARS County Attorney of Rogers County Says It Is the First Case in State. .o.-vf.mu Jan. 14. Tho first conation secured In Oklahoma through the un of flnKor prints warf reruned Hero wuu imi n iury founii uhj """" inB.-i ' liirrKtlV uf a Ilulak St!m." M lie was given flvoywir. t tho Ut penitentiary in ,h n.uht of July 1. Inst, the ir Taylor hero wan hi nuick liar stolen tot T thlVvra gained entrance by in 'ini I then unlocking tho garage door rouna ,u ...... officers found fingerprint on tho This the finger print V.n . .ivi.t ftrrr nrint itxiiurt Of he Tuli police department, who photographed It nnd transferred It to papiT. ohnrlff .Jim Woolloy of Tulsa county utoppod " Utricle far !n Tuta in pofwofc-ion of tW() ntfifOv' 1 urnw uJ" . ... in tuimn iind thnlr flnffor- prlntu taken. One of these, that of neirro giving the name of Otis way wlUi the prints on tho broken ii!i..t. .n.l lila nnmn.anion admit IIIlKMh ' " -- ,, i . .. in r qrnmnrn. hilt Raul that a whit man who had two auto, mobiles engaged them to drlvo the Dulck to Tulsa. They could glvo no satisfactory description of this man and did not know his rnunn. Thu trial began on Wednv-Hdny morning nnd ended late that night. Mr Duran's testimony wuh clear cut, and appeared to surpriso overyone. County Attorney Shanks and Attor ney Brown, for tho defense, both were positive, that thI3 was the first conviction secured on the silent tes timony of finger pTlnts. OKLAHOMA CITY, Jan. tl - A campaign for raising salrUut of touchers In tho mcnl schools Im to bo launched tomorrow when tho okla-1 noma City Teachers association meets, officers of tho association 1 Alan ...111 Ka ln.t,..1 f,. H.A u..l. lA.n 1 C STATE 1UUEFS ACCUSE TULSAN. OF DRUG SALES OKLAHOMA CITY Jan. 14. I.clla .overtoil. Jointly charged with. ucri aioouy, n taxi driver, Willi llio tl eft of 11,000 worth of sdlamomls belonging to Hazel (larLaml. moWo ac tress, is In a hospiuu here at tho point of death nn the result of tukltiu chloroform, It Is said, tit the home of a woman where she was staying. hit preliminary trial Had liecn hot for today aiUHKOaiSn. Jan. 14.--Chnrcln rt that the piotocutlou of Hugh .Simp ler of T.ihlv(Uah on a charge of at tempting to evade the. draft is "a persecution" ami "a slap at the draft board," Tnhleiiunh citizens raised a fund to defend him. Hlmplcr Is the defendant who told United. Stales ComlNsloner Mountcistlu that ho fal sified to the county assessor because lie iimn t want tne girls to Know ho was Kcltiiirf old. SHAW NEK, Jan. 11. Carl IA Oossett of I.lttlo Hock. Ark., was ruptured here this afternoon aftor ho hud robbed four apartment nouses or cioiiiiiir ami Jewelry val ued ut over J1.000. noKMOtt was stwn lcavinc tho homo of 1'. C, Williams with tho hitter's overcoat and shoes and was ordered to hull. Ho broke and ran nnd was chased throuuh the main streets of thn city and finally apprehended q tho Oarnefile imrary uuiiiiinp;, wnero no nan "otiKlit rvfiiKP Dr. McAlestcr Is Arrested by Police of Okmulgee Yesterday. SpMlnl In The WorM. OK.MUI.OKi:, Jan. 14. Accused of Illegal tntffleklm; In hnblt formlliR drugs. Dr. CI. A. MeAlester of Tills l, was luken In custody by the Okmnl geo police today and Is held for tho federal authorities at Muskogee Tho police on last Huturdiiy inter cepted of box addressed lo Doctor MoAlfstor containing 20 ounces of morphine and cocaine shipped from Memphis, Tenn. When Doctor Mo Atestnr and his wife appeured at an office hero, which he recently leased, he was arriatod. The police estimate rile v.ilue of the drugs at $10,000 lit "boollosBr" prices, nnd t lnlm Ihnt Dn' tor M''lestor has been In difficulties beforo over al leged Illegal drug Instructions, WHITE SUWERY CHARGED 'YOUTH ADMITS HIS CRIME jr. Hull I'livnls liullty to .Miilisbingh-, I iit imil Will lie SiMitenctsl Toihi), 1 Mt'f KOOI'l!, Jim. 14. -Clarence' Hall. 20. ch.irged with the murder i of ileorge Dnndrldge In a ticlghlmr-1 bond buttle at a school house near , IlrJarlown more t linn two years ngo.' I today In the superior rourt entered a pica, of guilty of munilaugtcr In, the second degree. THE JITNEY SERVICE HURTS Traction C'omnn)- nt Muskogee 'HiiiNUeiiH to Curtail Its Scnltv. Ml'HKOOl:!? Jan. 14. Decrease In revenue blamed upon motor buses which nre operating In com petition with the local street car Hues, todnv brought from It D. Lorg general mnn.iger of the Mtis Itogne l'"lcri-u 'Inaction Company, the Hire i' tli.it si rviee oer sum Inn i wculd be i irl u' 1 nn I on others suspended altogether Hlnce tho proka god street Cur strike of last summer "jilnejs' havo .' it operating almes! without regu latl.in. A local corporation has placed more than 10 huge passenger buses upon streets oor which street car lines are uintntnlhed. Thpse buses uarry signs advertising thorn ns "floe Jitneys," but all passengers nre expected to "tip" the driver for his rldo. IVIii To Assist rainier, OKLAHOMA CITY. Jan. 14. John A. Fain, Culled Stutes district utloriHW for tho western district of j OkUliomu, liax i (signed to t(ike up 'duties as special as-iiMlnnl to Atnrnev I (leneral rainier. It ln-cnmn known heie today Kaln, In his caaclty as epeeUl ass stunt to the t nl ed Htatrs attorney general will hao eh.it go i of lied river land immi-h He IraveM hero tO'l.iy for tVlchltit Kills. Texis, where he will like Up his n"W duties nt im e 1.1ft (icritutn ItliH'Uaile, STKTTI.V, Cleimany. Jan. It Tile blockade ngalnst flermany In tho ItaHJc was lifted yesterday and al ready tho first Oerman snips have Railed from llie ltaltlc, a telegram received hero today from tho Baltic nnr'al commission says. Married Mon Aoinvil of TnkliiR 'Vwxi " OUInlMmin Cilrjs to .toillii. FOIIT HMITH, Ark., Jan. 14. Kcwlyn Hpeer and I'erdy fllllivsple, both married, of this olty, who wore arrested In Kansas City August lo last with Una Kast, 17-yenr-old high schiKil girt, and Ola Benjamin, aged IB. nf this r:u were Indl ted I by the United Slates Brand Jury on ft ennrge or wiuio slavery icnny flpecr ond alllesplo havo both been sued for divorce since tho escapnde Tho Kast girl now lives In Sand Hprlngs. nt' 'a Conrad notfm.in nn American from Ocrrnnny, at Hunday forum Y. M. O, A., 4 30 p, m. Advt. The Boss SEZ wjt FINANCIAL SUCCESS Ts not always attendant to a college education hut Is equally often tho attainment of those with only mediocre knowledge but with 'moro persovernnee In their efforts to accumulate something. Your money deposited with us Is working for you 24 hours of tho day, earning that 9 INTEREST Wrlto or l'lxtno for Complete Information The United Savings and Loan Association J'hoiie Oww HI Id First Floor Kcnncsir Hhtff. Ill 13. Imrtli SU Our uludoiv billet goes around with n linns fi-own ns lie I'liilrn wii h in iln-sN his windows to it)er the ban fact that wo lto ouo of the largest Htocks of offlco Kiiiillcs mid tsiulpmeiit In llio Miutliwesi and also lo hide tho niikeit trutli Hint If )oti miii I Hiitlsfiictor)' wriliv In rsiilpplng jour of fill) no ghe .X)ii Hie best. Ho mil drosu ) our office, loo, If you will uxk for "Diul." Field Stationery Company Complete Office Outfitters 508 South Main St. Phono 4807 Kl3!f ill lis Wm tr Yukon GOLDEN CREAM MEAL Milled from selected yellow com degerminated before grindingr sterilized before packing: 100 pure. A New Yukon Menu: nrUlAKr-AST. lumciikon. Div.ii:n. I'. a'i;'til Crtm.1 ChlmJ 8nt II. in, Cr.m BrMkfMt r'ooj irrf (lrr (crark.J whttt) Spon C'iirnbrtt. Hake, I luttim Cjfarii. Huisr (ll.clp. on ppk. Csblsst so Orstln, (..rli. on psrkaita aire Yukon'! nut Appli- Cornliren! TuUona. Unit Crum Ural). JnWlatn Crnara Pla nrrakfaat cooa). Tomato Tickle. CotfM. Toa.t. Hntlr. J.flir Ta. U'afrra CoffM. APPLE CORN IJREAD A Tested New Recipe Worth Trying '"'" "' H cupa Yukon's llr.l (JoM.n Crtam Maal. H eup rukon'K Heat V'lour. 1 tfarponp salt. 1 taaapnon haklnc powdtr. V tfatpeon anrla. i UM-npoo-ni 'neltrd fat 1 'KB 1 cup ohnppfd appla. Hour milk lo maki a drop baltar. ..H."L,'",r ,h m', nour' " "'! tMn iwwd.r. Vu, 1 .""... rJ"n'1 eil."lth one-half cup of tna milk Ailit T ' trirrxllenta. iotrnrr llh th mlld rat ana in rhopp.rt applia. and erouth mora of lha milk to make a drop batter ..rur s well-ollad aid nrrr riot hraad pan, o the batter w III be about two lnchee thick, ilaka In a milclt ocn tblrtr minutes. Thla bread mould l well browned Tested Recipes on the box for Corn Bread, Muf fins, Mush Try Them 3 1 mm i'.m tar Each Creani Meal Granule a Golden Nugget Everything which causes ordinary com meal to heat, sour or mould is removed then it is sifted until only the fine, hard particles remain, insuring freshness the year round and meal that always bakes with an even-grain texture. y Yukon White Cream Meal is the same quality. 15 new Yukon ureal treats from America's finest mills all perfect in qual y. Sold only in new SEALD-TITE packages.' ?iJ?J. ''Ol.I-St five foxy, tunny Animal Dolle. in car colore, reai to cut at , and etutf. mallet poitpald for two !ii?on. b" " ' Bnd topa and sitae tortajr ta YUKON MILL & GRAIN CO. DEPT. P, YUKON, OKLA. From the Home of Yukon's Beit the Perfect AH-Purpose Family Floor i m m II 1 WII1 li 1 ' IIIIIMI IHil 1 "I "ll'H' I HU I LABOR CRISIS IS IMMINENT CommlAliucr Coiinally Crges Cities lit Oklahoma lo Adjust HI'liiili'S, OKLAHOMA CITY, Jan. 14 lte llevlng that nn Industrial crisis con fronts the entire state of Oklahoma, cfiude K Connally atato hibur coin imsaliilier has nniiealcd to the mayors of 2.1 cities In this sta'e to set up local miichlnory for f.lend ly wdjiiBtmeiit nf all labor disputes The commissioner stated there had been seven strikes nnd lockouts In the state biih'o January I all of which the Main boArd of nibltr.itlun had boon powerless to avert He has CIGARETT For Your Health Olgsrettes are now being tnsdn witlmiit either tolmcco or eiibebs, Tliev cenliln frngrnnt nnd nou tiling tnrdli'iiml liorb whi.-li stncVi )or feetly. This tnedlcsted vapor I inlinfeili then eilmlcl tliruugli lip or nose, with real contentment Not only does the (inoktr liavo Dior pleasure but tbeie Is a vnlusble remedial benefit, first, let It b known tlisl these eluarettes nrn sn kid In wnnllng off Influenza And folds. Heeond, tlioy nre urVned to glvo relief In throat Irritations, hoarseness, catarrh of tlio lirnt or t h run t nnd in stopping tliour roar lugs, burrlngs, or other head noises, ami In redurlng deafness of winch colds and entnrrh are the esuso. Do not confuse these wit) the cuhob or other slmllsr cigarettes, No nicotine nothing hnblt forming, No nerv oiisnoss, Cost tin morn then other kinds of cigarettes nnd nt mine tune you linvo a health-hennlltiiig delight I tul smoke, I At tho drug store nsk for Dr. lllosser'H Cigarettes. Or you may buy It In pipe mixture or for burning . on a holder (w)ik'li women often pre 1 fcO; but the mslii thing Is to got a box now ami enjoy a dcllcutful sur prise. If you desire n trial pneksge selul 10 Cents isllvnr or stsmpsl to the lUossor Co., UA 11, Atlanta, Us . illed a tur.t.n,; if the mny i n otf.natWnrd rapidly along the Trans the ;3 utie a Oklahoma I il foi Hlberlan raJIwj.v The cnptitre of IT mi- iiipi wvi it ill i' iiiiiij iw line for mi 'he iiuttiro ef te organisa tion to be formed. ItolshctlM Cinlnlng. LONDON. Jim. 14 The lkl foreis in Hllierl.l nre bolshe- columns of Polish legloimlrcs, io guns and 20.00ft rifles In the Krn nuyarsit region is reported In a boi MheWkl rommun'.rntinn received to day Tho occupation of Ifciwl SIMln. about "0 miiee) ensu oi n.rivumjiv.n'v. inoMiigMs a'sn reportod. II u Resolution Adopted WHH1U3AS, CnrpiMitorH Union No. fl-13 of tho Hty of Tulsa, Oklahoma, htilnvr one of the orKiuii.aUona of labor that would he affected by the proposition of the Chamber of Commerce ami allied bodies, who re cently issued tlioir edict for nn open shop; and, W1IHKKAS, we, as an orKanizalion of peaceful, law abidiiiK citizens, chartered under tho laws of one of tho states of tho union permitting us to do buaines.1 as a la bor ortranization under the. law, ami bulicvin,r that it is the rlicht of every American citizen to bolon,? to any lawful or,ranization he may choose without interfer ence from any person or persons; TIIURKI'ORK, be it resolved, that we condemn the action of the Chamber of Commerce board of directors in their attempt to c,roato dissension and strife between employers and employes as boinir unnmsonablo and unjust antl without cnune; and, IU3 IT KUltTHHU UHSOLVEn, that we condemn their action in attemptint,' to form a society for the pur pose of wrecking labor orKnnizationn and hereby notify the public that the society of Patriotic Friends of Labor means nothing that tho name implies, but is an organi zation whose purpose is to rob labor of the fruits of organization, and to force open shop conditions with all its evils upon labor organizations; nnd, HR IT FURTHER RESOLVED, thnt wo here and now pledge ourselves that wo ylll never submit to the open shop, unless directed to do ho by tho enactment of law. United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners No. 943 Tulsn, OUlnhoma. That Doesn't Mean Me- When you read one of our saving advertisements do you consider it carefully or do you say: "Oh well, that doesn't mean me?" It DOES MEAN YOU. YOU are the person we arc trying to reach. The one we do not mean already has a savings account and is on the road to success. We want to help YOU. Won't you at least come in and let U3 explain what a savings account will r O 111 rM I a - a cio ior you.' we want 10 get ahead. FIRS THE T NATIONAL BANK OF TULSA FOURTH & MAIN "THE CONVENIENT CORNER" 4 PER CENT INTEREST 100 PER CENT SAFETY NEXT WEEK IS THRIFT WEEK