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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1920.
1 ynn's Injuries to a hulriup of iv nulo ami tn attack by lobb tk iiiui rated that they wero In u cuispli' i y with iM4ngtim to make awny.wlth I.ynn. l!u.nt nhw pointed out tho clr cumitnncca surrounding tha a-iual killing of Lynn, when tlio defend -nnli, seeing tlio second and fatal as sault nbout to be made, did nothing to prevent It lnstructlonM will be rend to tho Jury thh morning And arguments of counsel will probably occupy the ertlre forenoon. llORY OF MURDER TOLD BY COLLMAN (Witness in Lynn Murder Case raws ouum at, WhipKc-Shaw Trial. ;ASE TO JURY TODAY chamber elects today Wense C laims Testimony of State Irsalficient to Con vict on Demurrer. ,i demurrer to the . made by counsel ,.f Jamof Whlpko mi trial In district n Hie murder of An Tu!.i county Ait jdcnce was Inlro l,y tlio dPfmmo after . tnte cno shortly 1 idjourntnctit wim until 9 o'clock this Ufeilso sought lo . .nirnt before Judge t lie lestimony Intro prosccullon. batted i r omenta of lien ,f iho automobile i of tho assault on ,'fi'lent to Implicate ii 'he crime, what- . may have proven v i i ngton, third tlo ind at tlio comlnt; -d to tho wltncns tnnmlnL' relator! mparitod tho threo h vlftflm On tho . nlmiit (ti.t fltif nn thn -1,1 of u.;jtt 9, when two ouartH ! whis. y ur 1 a largo quantity of Jc l"'.T v,Ai consumed uy wio ml wren nfar ixiwson, in iwm Ktween A' Ktn mid Iynn ill tho HirftW I ':lo nuio, vm luiior iv.i! J!r brci'.cn and rcnderoil rami- iJlabio to obtain medlc.il asslst- J .U .... hn.rtln Mini, vein t'iiwLin, ...... bl... um to T,t i for tho purpose f I'.rg l.j-nn to a hospital when f ,-tt3 i Jik'n nlons tho road, uppfd ! " car and compelled ti.pKe to i!r.e cast of Tulsa, 'erf, at a 1 '.ely spot on tho rood uth of Hi' kory. Aihllngton jsreil thi mcoiisoloua Lynn from c jr an 1 h a' him to death with a -ac of fei' P'JS' L-jnw . f the defendants arguod .at t ' tcs ;rao' y did not show that Kr eluw or wnipxo were inuru n.iMteJ n the killing, of Lynn hin was CMcman, niton U. Hunt, r the Mat , told 'bo court that uy heir ncuon f first nttribjUng Overruns r the ! ' ,r l,l, 1 M 19 1 red yit' r ifttr ii1 n nMi ft' 6 E C .0 ' i ty ' ( in ' man. l 'irty a' 'h it the e' I t a.Tur twi it i ' r , in r It 11 ftnitinlB jr.d SUti'Cti Cundldnlen Will Ih Voted on for Klplit Tlirr.Your DlrMjItir. Kiuht members of the board of dlreclora of the chamber of com merce will be selected from 1C can didate! by ballot In tho rhmiher of commerce rooms touny. i no direc tors eorve three years. lleKlnnlnR at 9 o'clock' a. m.. the votlnc U to continue until 10 o'clock tonljcht. w'hen the balloln will be counted. Tho retirlnc board con- liMts of A. It. Farnier, M. C. Hale, W. I j. Iywls. II. H. Ilocers, 1 O Hoer and n C. Stebblns, all of whom nro candidates for re-election. Other candidates are: 1'red In- sull, Alva .1. Nlles, W. 15. Urown, I,eo IverinR7 Kuixene Ixirton, Horace Hnrnnrd. Han Iivifon, A. V. Dav enport, Clark Kleld and 11. It Jonts. Itcpiilillcun Cluli Mct'tM 'nmlRbt Tlio second meotltiK of tho re publican club will be bold tonight at thn Wesley M. K. church, corner Knlon and l'rankfort. AH(trew will he mnilo bv H. T. S, .lolinson, J H, Strndford. I'rof. .1. W. HukIics, ruv. C. It. Tucker and other. Worn en aro especially Invited. Thn es tablishment of a Btronu represonta tlvo republican nowvpaper will also bo planned at tliH meetlne. Tho call for this very Important mectlnir Is authorized by O. R Oabo, chairman. rialntlff Awiinlod .Tiideincnt. Through nn error it wan mado to appear that a verdict of $5,962.83 mado tho Jury in district court No. 3 In the suit of tho Oreat Northern lleflnlnjr company attalnst tho Sun land Oil company, favored tho de fendant The verdict in fhUt suit. In which the plaintiff nuked riamnget; for tho failure, of tho defendant to deliver 200 tank cant of oil under contract, woh in favor of tho plaln- Slevicdor Held Tor Crnml Jury. William Ktewcler, charKo,! with potosesalon of liquor at Hartlesville, entered a plea of not Riillty at his nrmlfrnment. yesterday before C I Yancey, United H'ute-t commlstl"ncr. and Vns hold under bond of $1,000 for action by the federal unml Jury, after walvlntr urollmlnary hearing. SAYS HIS ARREST WAS PERSECUTION Plaintiff Asks Damages of .$20,500 for False Imprisonment. AlleclnK the ilefivulnnts hive dutiuwd lilrt biitfinem to the extent of $10,000 and Imve further Injured him in tho sum of J 10,000 by false .irritu liiipitsiiiuent and ns.'eii tlon, suit iixKLiik d.imnK4 of '.'O.r.OO wa flli in dtstrk court yimturd.iy by T. C Hall nualiwt the Willi overland Automobile company and .1. .1. Murphy The plaltnlff claims that while a residetit of the city of TuUi, officers of the defendant company, by meiuis of .i warrant itmiPd In thn slate of I'ennnyhunln nxilnst lum, canfed Hall to be plai'M In 'b.t TuliTi cliy tall uh.irKisl with Ixdnj a fuirtllve from Juellc. Hull w ut ' rele.isi .1 after belnit In lall four days ttiroiu'li lv.ibois roipus priM-tvliiiKi In dls trlot court and wn later ncipilttnt of i he charKu at Iuh preliminary limr Iiir before Justice II. .1 Uny. In addition to the nllcKed prosecu tion. Hall p.ivft th' defeiiiiaii :i uhl'.e hf wfui In Jail, took pohjwrioii of .in Overland rar whlih he h.i4 irvl oii.ilv nurchascd from them and luivo since retained unlawful jro!iwlon. Bon't Wait to CITY BRIEFS THK Tt'I.SA IIAlt association will Jiold Itn annual banquet Hotel Tuls, Saturday eveitlnB, January 31, $ o'clock p. n. sharp, A. A. Hutch, president, announced jrstordiiy. I'KTITIONS l)It divorce went filed In district court yesterday by the following plaintiffs: J. H. rttln nett nKalnxt Mvaleo HUnnett; V. O. Halt iiKiilnst lleatrlcn U. Hall. MAltlMAOi: MOKNSMS wero Is sued tu the following yisterdfty by the clerk of county, emirt: Walter Kennedy, 38. and Hi'riha Wilkinson. 41, ItetiRS, H Howoll, 26, and Clam Cox, 20, Tulsa. I JUIKIMHNT 1'OU JfiOO wan aslied In a suit filed In district court yes terday by Haymond and Coleman against Hlchnrd O'Neill and K. I), l'.verts, the plaintiff alleging tho defendants gnvo a check on Mho lro- to her thin city ' ducrrs P'ntr 1) ink J.mia y 192u upon which p.iyiiu'iil w.r.i lute stoppetl. ' .Mr. Wlillo (Iniiitiil IMuitiv. Decree of dUoree wm granted In district court jeslerilay to Marniler lie While, In her null ngulnsl Wll Until W. White. l'revltms titAPHni'n tn lr Wlllln 111 tl nine yeoiti ngo. sue vs a nutse in a local hospital Mm. White has been employed ns special writer for eastern newspapers, and spent iiiiicr" time In Knrope during tho war ns n nurso. . To Cun ii Cold In One Day. Tnkn I.AXATIVH llllDMd (Jl'iNINK (Tablets). It stovs the Cough and Henilai he and works off III" Cold H. W OlIrjVK S slgnaturo on each box. 30c Adt. You wilt enjoy youovenlng din ner at tho Kennedy Hi si.iurant. good food, good service at reason able prices AiDL warn you, take m itTt1 o u I Little Liver jinA rills and the f trouble will IJH cease. LfH Keep well. Whenever your appetite begins to flaff, or a sour stomach and .Kl a coated tongue RTrvrr-rVr I ITTLE IVER Good for man, woman and child. For your health's sake stick to this old, tried and true remedy. Purely regetable. Small Pill Small Dose Small Price Dn. CAHTCR'S IRON PILLSl Nature's great nerve and blood tonic for Anemia, HheumntUm, Nervousness, Sleeplessness and Female Weakness. Imlii nl lair ilitilm The Boss Sez A ieft-handed pen is junt an ca ta write with a ripht' handed one. We arc sclliitft a great many Ksterbrook l'enn to those leho arc particular about a (l)d pen point. We have a few ixtctc aaea of sample points for liou to try as At' for than. Make mr store the stationery dc partmcnt of your office. r Field Stationery Company COftll'LKTE OFFICE OUTFITTERS s s South Main Phone 1807 INFLUENZA CLAIMS VICTIMS BY THE THOUSANDS 'pldcmleMlrcnUng Out Attain From One Knd of Country to the Other. Warnlns the country" that Infill "U cnWtmlc u airaln brcnklnir nut. -it Ihft. .11 nrt.,rll,t nw. .r, I . . .. -., H.w. .... j,vM,f,u ,ivauuiiiin uiins". the illscoso should bo taksn. "f jjoi lwuii isHuiii uy ni'aun au- itOrhilrt in fiever.lt uontlnnn nf flm (oaslry, - Look abnut among , your ac lalntances, and observu how many CWt 1ctims Of influnnm w.rn In n tnitown ("ondltlon before the oorge appeared. That cpWehila 'lin nrni-Ml th.if itiou i .. n Jljraunlty from this dreaded disease Tijan good, red blood, yet thouand- liwute aaiiv rtiarp..i.r! avnin Ama hlch unmlst.iV-iltu. in.n.. n i condition of tho vital organs. riTiuns wno aro weak und run n, and who have not the strength Muj, u,i ie imiuenza. germs, are vaimai vicums. tnose wjio citch I easily or whm urn tnirfi.rlnt 'fly vkaims, aa the lnflamenl mu M membrane linings of the none 1 throat arc an open door to the . .i. ,uu ure suiioring irom ax of thej sjmptoms, nothto will' I Jlld mi .1.. nnA ....I... ....... ,- , r luiniy our sysicm wl these attacks liko Orgnone i tmln tablets, which contain the L-...V., i rop'T-ies or a unary iPllc wnlcl a.e known to scl- 11 S.1 ft Solvent nf Ahnlnl wm having tho greatcot ralb of Lmilar OrnnniviiUn i tu. 1. 1 .. r?Lmcdlcinc- 11 ha been ac- K III ft r riWAnl i . . ... hrvu k l ,fc l"UBc ana inou uenn l, V"" ins m- tnape, aa It la a well known 55!' EMtaneo of tei ihV '"""' .Vul 00 . Pev ir inf.." uirow oir almo.ft XlnrfCtln. not even cxcenlloir .S5..t?' o!cacs known. i l!v craln tablets ln- Um . L,SIlcnJrUl anl weight and M,SJ7L,hty aPi,etLt tor aiBciiNT!. w: inl' KC!eP ou urtlfiM r anM "i way rtfflw you against all dlseasi titon. fi.."01 ?et 'dca. that amm W,' wuiets are a W inVrAi meaicino. The prin 'oSs?''" ?'h,ch f Into tho Brti IT, :. J1!SI5 tablets have y. IMtM "l" eminent M Ti. M0 "oyond the s.J-P1 a "ibt ono of the most i l ta",?.flv? tablets am k ,r;'.. Blre ami i u.,,,,i., u Ujajnea, store 5.ivt CROWDS 1 Are attending this great Shoe Sale in fact the rush has been so great that been waited on. Shop today and Saturday in the morning 'and we will good service. mwwvim !"7, iti5ft iHitui it Si. .' IfHtl t ttkir ItitlM U3 Stttt a-.lt. "wesKeepYourSkin PJi Sweet, Healthy JJCuticura Soap lcura i alcum TEN , TWELVE and FOURTEEN Dollar LADIES' HIGH GRADE FOOTWEAR GOES AT ; TO MORNING SHOPPERS ONLY many customers have not do our best to give you "Militarine" Kid 'IiootH of glove kid leather Villi wonderful fitting, long, slender vamps ami welt soles. They como In colors battleship gray, field mouse, mahogany, llllvor, bluck and (Tjrr OCT white fit J. tPI ,OU Patent Dress Boots With hand turn soles and soft kid uppers In colors of wllver, brown, black fljrf QP or 'gray at D .00 Gypsy Sucdo Doota With satin uppers, long, reced ing vamps nnd hand worked silk' eyolotH; turn soles In coloru Tobosco brown, fluid mouse, taupo and (Jr7 Qp JUck at . . r (SI Ou "Class" And In ono of their own are these soft, kid boot with high, slender heels and turn soles, colorn of battleship gray, field mouse, champagne, silver, taupe, Ivory, black Jr7 Off and white at lW .00 Button Dress Boots With long, slender vamps und taupo auedo vamps with satin uppers. Also patent leather vamps Tind brown kid upuerx and tile new spring mode of black satin with patent vamps. Ilomovnl salo (Prf Of? prlco Jp ,OD Satin Boots With beautiful vamim and high I'renoh covered heels, hand worked silk eyelets and colors of black, brown, gray at Pumps Of soft kid or patent leather, with long, keen vamps und hand turn soles. Removal salo fljrr Qff Price . . . d) i ,00 Military Oxfords Of dark brown calfskin leather and welt solca in tho new sport mode, Qn or got at if)! .00 Dress Oxfords With long, slonder vumps, soft kid or patent leather and high, keen heels, Ho- tfr Of? movol sain price .... tp .00 Nifty Oxfords Of black sucdo with patent vamps or black satin with pat ent vamps. Our re- (Jr7 QP moval ralo prlco .... D .OD $7.85 TURK BROS. Red Cross Shoe 318 SOUTH MAIN TULSA'S LARGEST SHOE DISTRIBUTORS snots T o d a y F riday Vandcvers Look for the Star Bargain Cards over each item. Shop Fri day, however, prices hold good Saturday if the lots last. Star Bargain No. 1 Star Bargain No. 11 -fa Women's Winter Coals A jmnip of suvimi coatjt, rotriilarly fM, $:12, $!5S, $!I0 and $ri5; i-lioono from tliirt lot jjjjj Yg Tlilnl I'limr Ctostiift Out the llemaininy Stocks of Fur Cloths at Half Price. K.rular $18 dQ (f niutlity tnJU Uojriilar $8 and ?) d A rn quality tPt.OU (.Main I'loor) J Star Bargain No. 2 Star BargaJn Nq Women's and Children's Wool and Cotton Sweaters; coat anil 'ilip-ou Htylcs; all colors; onu larn tjihlo. full; rt'Kitlnrly from 2 to $M, Choice at Half Price (Scmnil I'ltMir) Star Bargain No. 3 -f Cotton Crib lllankcts, sizo IJOx-lO inclit-'M, liluo and while and pink ami whlto and Ki'con and bluo. ' Animal desiKim, rcKularly f7Q' $1.50. Star Hpccial I , (llaby Slio itiiiil I'loor) Star Bargain No. 4 Thompson (UoiH'-Filliny Corsets Two Htylt'.t lo cIiooho from; Stylo No. 1151 and No. 1!)8; white coutil, low lniHt. Star 4( J JLV ' Cloth Scarfs. 17x72 inches; both lined and unlined; rcKiilarly from ?0 to $17. " Choice at Half Price (Main rioiii-) Star Bargain No, 13 SO-lnch Iridescent Two-lone. Velvets in blue and brown, tui:iuoino and old rose. AIho, plain old Bold, jjroen and brown wool phiHh. Hoatt tif nl fabrics that can bo used for many purposes; loiintfintf robes, sport suits and skirts, children's coats, bath robes and draperies; regularly to .$7.50 yard. (IJO i Q Star special, yard ...tPOJLO (.Main floor) special (Thlril 1'lmir) Star Bargain No. 5 Silk Trim tit tho rei?- $2.39 Unndric Silk Teddies. Silk Trim- mod; excullent models at tho re- ular prico of $2.70. Star special , . , (Third Moor) r- Star Bargain No. 6 -jf ,50-inch Check and Plaid Wool Velours, suitable for skirls and suits; good, desirable color com binations; regularly $-1.50. Stnr special, yard (Main Floor) $3.'48 Star Bargain No. 7 Odd Eol of French and Storm Serpen in plum, Hur;undy, tan, tfrcen and cardinal; regularly .$2.50 and $.'5. Star special, yard New Spring Cretonnes; Japanese designs ami floral stripes; all colors; .'Ifi inches wide; rcKUlnrly $1 yard. Star Bpccial, r7A yard (VC (SimdikI I'loor) v if Star Bargain No. 15 Ecru Marquisette, J!G inches wiflc;' regularly 50e. Star QQ special, yard Otsis (Kisxiiul I'loor) Star Bargain No. 16 Petticoats of Flowered Heather' blown; nil colors on a black ground. Star special, Qjcy QQ yard tPi.tO (Third I'loor) Star Bargain No. 17 -r; ll'oficn's Winter Sails. Six to choose from; regularly up to (I'Q'7 Kfl ?150. Star special . . . ,tDJ Oil (Third IliMir) (.Main Door) if Star Bargain No. 8 40-inch Plaid Wtml Suitiny in blue and white, brown and white, green ( and wliito, red and white; regular ly $2.50. Star special, QQ tyjL.tu $1.78 - Stnr Bargain No. 18 )f 40-inch Wool Shepherd black and white; regul $1.19 40-inch Wool Shepherd Plaids, in black and white; regularly $1.00 yard. Star special, yard (.Main I'loor) yard (.Main lloor) Star Bargain No. 9 jir 3f!-inch Wool Mixed Scrim in blue, brown, green, tan, gray and black; $1.25 and $1 regularly. Q Star special, yard OOt (Main I'loor) Star Bargain No. 10 40-inch Wool Scrim, in black, navy, brown and Copen; regular $2.25 quality. Star special, ?Q tlJJL.VJt yard (Jlaln Hoor) Store Hours; B:30 a. nu to 6 p. m. Saturday Until 9 Star Bargain No. 19 -r; 38-inch Wool Taffeta in navy only; regularly $2.25 yard. (I-J QQ Star Bpccial, yard ....tlyX.tyO (.Main I'loor) Star Bargain No. 20 -fa $7.r0 and $8.50 Georgette Itlouses white and flesh, brocaded and lace trimmed. nr Star special I O (Thlril I'loor) Star Bargain No. 21 Fownc's Kid Gloves in tan and gray ovcrscam and self stitched; two button. Regularly pfi (Q $11.50. Star special ... . tPJ.tO (Jialn Floor) flan Ton and -La Camille Corsets Here Exclusively ifl 1 if it rni f fC Star Bargain No. 14 ijj mm iianuwiDj ui rt ACMl C MIMICAL MF& CU,