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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1920
foreman of jury !
County Attorney Says '
Coddington Fibbed on
12 MEN DEADLOCKED
Alleged Slayer of Fnnner Is
to Be Tried Again for
iMMii'pil rrm Stfcto Wlr.
,;0KWHMA CJTV. 1-cb. 11.
nikmlne .'.schargo of n jury which
h,d tried l-o'lc Carl0'' 'nttrgod
th tho nurdcr of Newell IfmlnBor,
.'farmer I" tho dl!,trlet court ,lcro
wiir i 1 ddlHKton' Jury
L, as ai rested on a complaint
filed' by """ Attornoy Ilobert
Dam. diirBiwr him with perjury
i, havlnc denied during thn otaml
m of th jury, tlmt he ha,l ever
orwscJ ..ik opinion In tho enso or
lid ever hoard what purported to
U , the fail-" n lu Coddlnfiton was
wVned on t'ond.
Tb Ju'" after a 2-hour dc Ibcra-
tiortrd tha a deadlock on u verdict
'S'nnd hi, brother.
James Carle, -were. Jointly charRod
JrtS tho ciimo. The Mate contonds
That the Carle brothers went to the
llrxer farm ono night and while
steaHn hosB fronv. the farmer's
Z , cre aurprtaod by him. They
owned fire on tho farmer, kllllntr
him. It claimed. ,
suit "is" not allowed'
.Seminole Indian Denied I'miiiIm-Ioii
lo Urine Suit Apilnn ltccchcc.
of Million Dollar Property.
HIIAWNKB, Fob. 11 Col, A-. K.
J.eacnift, Mate ccaurer will be
iiure tomorrow to ntldrem tho 8hnw.
lien l.lntM nlnh inlin it.M ..t..
...nit. n ititT v Ul
tiovernrir 1l.ilinft.n ...i... -
. Ml'SKOOBK. Kcb. 11 Old HpimM
nK college, which ha been unin-
hllhlfnil fnr VAica t... 1
-.- - j . ,.rr ."'I'll lull-
chnscd by D. S. Cox of Fort Smith.
....., niio in romouciiiiR ii into a
modern apartment houce.
MIIRK'linWI.' IAI. II . M-li
" ...... , .... I w,
HaillA. fnrmnr m.uliln. it tl.A
Jsntlonnl b.ink of Kuna, churned
with embezzlement of 2,000 of the
bank's funds and making tnlxe en
tiles, will bo tried In tho federal
court hero tomorrow.
Jlt'SKOOEK. Okla., Feb. 11.
Permission asked In tho federal
court to file suit against Ilccclver
S V Darby for possession of tho
Barney Thlocco million dollar oil
allotment by Sialey,.a Seminole ln
t'lTi who claims to bo n daughter of
the Creek Indian whoo death In
1JJ9 precipitated a long logai tangle
nvr th disnosltlon of his property.
m denied hero today. Thlocco Is
mid to have no BUrvivanc uirect
dfscendents as ho and his fnmlly
died In a stocknrto nuring nn epi
dIo of measles In tho Indian Tor
Saley, who did not mention the
Mine or lier mouior in nor request
to file suit, asked nn accounting and
quieting of tho title to tho allotment
which Is said to now bo worth more
Saber and Martha Jackson wore
diplared to bo tho most direct heirs
irom jniocco in a decision nuniieu
down by Federal Judgo Youmans.
Hundreds of claimants to nn heir-
hlp have been bought off by, the
Illack Panther Oil & das Co. which
now operates tho property. It Is
Darby has been receiver fpr tho
property slneo it went Into tho" courts
on the motion of tho government to
have the property reverted to the
Creek Indians because of tho fact
that Thlocco died beforo tho allot
ments were actually made.
RAPID GROWTH IS
MADE BY BANKS
81IAWNHK, Fob. ii. Work
slartoil today on tho new 1220.000
waterworks plant Contractor an
nounces tnat tho filtration plant, tho
largest of Its kind In the mid
west; will be eumtiletPit hv Julv I
and that tho waters of the North
Cnwndlan, from which tho rlty sup-
pi- is secured, will no mado abso
CUSTUIt CITY, Feb, 11. Tho lo
eal chamber n( ronimi.rr.i Imx
adopted un amendment tu It charter
nlilch will admit women t to full
moniDersnlp of tho organization, it
was announced today. This lu be
lieved to bo tho first chamber of
commorco In tho state that has
ndoptcd such policy.
SIIAWNUi:. Fob II Will. Mm
announcement today that tho su
preme couri nau sustained tiio con
tention of the city of Hh.iwnoc In
the hOBpltnl bonds iiisc, It was mado
publlo that work on tho 165,000 un-
lll.V (A IV.A I.At.lnl ...n..l.t 1...
started lmmedlatoly and thitt thu
building bo completed ready for oc
cupancy oy January l, ivzi.
HIIAW.VKK, Feb. 1 1. Htomp.-d
and gored by an Infuriated bull,
William Waldrop, SO years old, is
lying nt tho point of death In tho
city hospital hero tonight. Waldrop
started to chango tho animal from
ono field to another this afternoon
and was ondeavoriug to halter It
when Uho attack was launched.
Quick work from Mrs. Sam Currle,
who rushed to Wnldrop'n aid and
beat tho bull off with an axe, prob
ably is responsible for tho glimmer
of hopo hold out for tho man's life.
MUSKOOEU, Fob. 11. Jitneys
must go. according to an order of
Mayor F. H. Flte, who today In
structed tho legal and police depart
ments ot tno city to arrest tho own
ers and drivers of nil Jitney buses
that try to opcratn tomorrow. A re
cent decision of Judgo Watts gives:
the city iho authority to regulato!
Jlncjs. Action ngulnst tho Jitneys
has been mudc nccessnry, the mayor!
said, becausa they' were taking Tuost
of tho revenue that should go to the
traction company. Unless tho Jitneys
are banished. It was said, tho trac
tion company must suspend service
Ojlton's Financial Insti
tutions Are on the
Upward Trend. -
SpMint to Th World.
OII.TON, Feb U 11 Is almost
n safe but to say that there Is no
two bnnksMn the county which has
enjoyed a greater growth thnn tho
two banks or Ollton. When thn call
camo tho last of December. 191 S. It
found tho two banks of Ollton had n
capital stock of MS, 000 tho First
Rtato had 120.000 whllo thn Ollton
Htatc, or then tly First- National,
had 120.000. The First Htatn had
t.VOOO Ktlrtiht. uhlln llm mil.... Klntn
had nono: the first named bank had !
deposits totalling $4f.0,000 whllo tho
other bank had 1125,000 fn round
numbers a total of $&7M00.
Tho call of December 31, 1919,
showed tho following: First 8tati,
capita! $30,000; surplus, S.000; de
Posits, 1600,000, Tho Ollton State's
statement shows tho capital is now
JZK.OOO with a surplus ot $2, COO, nnd
deposits of J22G,ri00. or n gain of 80
per cent over all of the year beforo.
Tho total gain of tho two banks of
Ollton has been n little better than
60 per cent for tho year 1919.
TO DEBATE SUFFRAGE
j oilman m uoiwicica
and Must Spend Ilia
Life at McAlcster
Py AmacUImI Pren Stat Wire
MIISKOOni:, Feb. 11.-A Jury
In tho Cherokee county district
court at Tahlrqunh has returned
a verdict of guilty In tho enso of
Ixin Johnson, charged with the
murder of Hex Sanslng, nnd fixed
thu punishment nt life Imprisuii
tnent. Sanslng was shot In nn au
tomobile on tho night of Novem
ber 20 last. Tho dead man, sitting
In the ear In tho country road near
Trk lllll, was found tho follow
ing morning. Johnson admitted
he shot Snnslng, pleading self,
defense. Ifo swore that lie unit
Sanslng 'NM'ro drinking together
and that Sanslng tried to beat
him to death with nn nutomobllo
crunk when he was shot. .Innn
son, who had boon sent up from
Mayes county on nn msniill
charge, was on parole when the
GIRL SUES FOR DAMAGES
S-iiator ;oiv mid Attorney lionrrnl
to Sck on Amoiiilm-iii I'iiik
Kpnful lo The World,
WASHINGTON, Feb, 11. -Senator
Ooro linn accepted tho challenge of
8. I'rlnco Frccllng to dobnto woman
suffrage ratification. Frecllmr is op
posed to woman suffrage, tloro haH
long been un advocate of suffrage.
Tho dobates will probably bo held
early noxt week and whllo llio placcn
havo not been named, It Is under
stood that Tulsa, Muskogee, McAles.
tor, Oklahoma City, Ardmoro mid
Knld will be chosen.
Alleged Assailant Hound Oicr
Hr AMocltl prenn fclate Wire.
SIIAWNKH, Feb, 11. C.eorgo
Stamper, who Is charged with as
saulting Hulph Turner here Saturday
nigni, nas oeen iioumi over lo tiio
district court, here on a $fp.000 bond.
The bond has been furnished. Stump
er is alleged to nave entered the
Wllllnrd hotel and fired three times
nt Turner, ono of tho shots taking
effect In the left nrm. Family
troubles are said to havo caused tho
Mix .MHVIIlim Sny C. I. IVndrr-
gust 1 1 it it Into Her In Cur.
nr International Newn frrilre.
MrSKoriKI:. Feb. Jl Miss
Willie McCalluni of Tulsa has filed
suit In tho district court for jr.. 000
damages against C. I l'endeivast ,is
tiio result or injuries sustained in
what she declares In be" petition to
havo been an niitoinnm! moo on ,i
country road near lie with Mi-'
Miss Mct.'.tlluni claims silo pnss.'d
Mis. I'enderL'nst in an 'iiitomublV
nnd.Jhnt Mrs. I'endeicasl became!
angry and tried to repims and drove
her machine into tho .rtc'C.iipim rr.
severely Injuring tho driver anil
dumoglng tho machine.
I'ntlng Agnvjnont Hoaclieil.
MITMI.-lflll.- I....I. 11 1 iitrrMsk.
ment has been entered Into between
tim city or .Miisiiogeo and tno
(Jtovolaml-Trlnldnd raving company,
Wlltrll nwna llm linmttl fin tnllnli .if
tho paving districts In the city, to
waive nu pcnniucs mr ucunquoni
paving taxes. The bond buyers will
walvo in 10 ppr cent penalty claim
and the city Its S per cent claim,
permitting the property owners to
pay for their palng nt the original
For sale, certified Nancy Hnll
seed sweet potatoes, best In Arkan
sas: wlrn or wrlto for price, O. H.
WnVner. Hussellvlllc, Ark. Advt.
OIL STRUCK ON ISLE
frndc IlcnohtM nt 1(1(1 Toot In Drill
on St, Joseph Island In
EfeUl lo The World,
wptrs Itockport Drilling company
i'nn- airucic oil in Its well No. 2 on
V'. Joseph Island, according to T. J.
VOrrilKin. nrifllflnnl nf li nnmnnnv
A three-barrel pumper wan struck
a ,,et' ,no fltrata woa cased off
nd drilling resumed today. It Is not
op Iuvj. A v, ...... ...
ntnvy un NIIIU will UU
round tin llm nin.i mi,i i..i i t..
I 1. .i.u. AJ1I9 ICIUIIll in
it tulles off the shoro In front of
tftlfxn 11. V . -
wi,vii. rur many gonyrnuona oil
au been known to seep Into tho
W at this point nnd thcro aro
nny seeps In tho mainland. Many
... are "Oder coutomplatlon and
flv operations will bo Btarted on
lno mainland this nprlng.
"ANY MUST GET AUTO TAGS
"'jhway ComnUssloner Wonts Auto
Owners to Irociiro Wccnses.
' Auoei.trf Frtn State Wire.
o?uYl0ilA clTO- Fcb
ter V re.r Cunt X the. total num
hoKr101"'8 of Okla-
j u 0 bcf n Rented llconscs for
mlLi'nnnry Wo0'1' highway com
E0"".' announced today. Ho said
VhM. . . e". t0 dftt ttal 2.000
at ?on nnX ; . lilw csnmaiou
Ver.T?.0.,1" 1913 l"-00 licenses
l th. ,he nr,ovI"on of tho now
'icornorV ,,n4nlMloner said. evrry
..corporRted town will bo refunded
Me i ' ?,f tho 90 Per cent pay
tomoh?, of tho state for aS-
the nerrJniVi 1m ,aw Provided that
of th.rJ, a. be paid only to cltlos
-- .iiol ciass.
iddaI.iUlona,. clerks will ho
to handi. ih "lsnwaV department
law it l0 rocor1'' under tho
Clahiw Doctor Glpson.
fr It,""11' CITY. Fob. 11
'V liaBti,,?on' Kcnoral surgeon of
4 homi ,'h ,108f,1,al h"0. J'cd "t
"id tn v ?'s ,,,0-nlnir. Dcatli was
wain m0.?"0 10 lj00't 't on tho
. I?orbr?.Bn attnck 6t ",fu
iraold rl tJ1'?on. who was 40
hrt r Thne as
Latest Dance Fad
I'ciNoniiel of Committee lU'priw-uta
livery Class or Cltlrn In Stall'.
By AwoelateU PrtM State Wire.
OKLAHOMA CITY. K"b. 1 -Tho
complete personnel of the Oklaho
ma fair prico organic Ulon together
with tho subcllvlslotiH on wlTlch
members will not. was announced
today by 1). I Honors, e.ecutlvo
sccrcttiry of tho commlttco, who
said a fair prlco list for tho stato
will probably bo Issued the last of
this week, Thq perMonnol of thu or
ganization as announced follows
Meat products, D. A. Hlchardsun, at
torney, representing the public,
C. II. Kussoll, wholciler uud n mm
faoturer of food products; K. AV.
Vance, representing labor.
Shoes: lies'. I. Frank Hoach, min
ister, representing the public; M. I).
1'tzler, shoo retailer; Mrs. C. I.
Dougherty, representing Hie public
Groceries- W. I. Workman, teal
estato doalcr, representing the pub
lie; C. K, Van Href, wholesalu
crocer: 'Mrs. Mlko Coiilin. retire-
sentlng tho public.
Jry good: Cieorgo llonshaw,
former corporation commlxiloYrer.
repncscntlng tiio public; M. I).
PcoU. retailer- Mrs. C. Ij Uaugh-
erty, representing tho public
Clothing: Carl Williams, editor nf
a farm paper, reprcsoutlni; tho pub
lic; Joo -Mcjx, ciotliing retailer;
Jlrs. .Mlko Conlln, repnsentlng tho
John II. Leonid, staio Mir prico
commissioner, nttendod a mooting
of tho commltteo tonight nt which
preliminary work on tho fair prlae
list wan begun.
that will meet youj
' Quality and
You will find a range of styles, sizes and prices in
our new spring stock that will be sure to meet your
clothing allowance. Come in and see us, we invite
comparison with other stores. .
$25 to $55-
Holmes Clothes Shop
223 SOUTH MAIN
Your Health, and
The Children's Health
shouldCause you to
investigate the merits of
this table beverage
You are certain of purity
Sold by grocers
nade oy jyosxum uereai o. oaxxie v,reeK,nicn.
The Home of Kuppcnliehner Clothe
tk4 llNIt KfllW
Nothing is greater
E was not afraid to wait not afraid
of the simple, untarnished Truth, Silent,
kindly, gentle and steadfast, he smiled through
the shock and clangor of mighty conflict until
at last the sun of right broke through. Nothing
was too small for his interest nothing was so
large and black that it could daunt him. Abraham
Lincoln believed in Truth and is the World's
great example not only for the individual, and
nations, but for business institutions.
Bird Dog Lost or
White, liver and ticked female; small
size; wore collar with this marking,
"Return to U. R. Fiskel, Hope, Inch"
Finder will receive
If returned to owner
, PHONE OSAGE 2260-1832
Calomel salivates! It's mercury. Calomel au'M,
Calomel sallvatesl It's mercury. Calomel
acts like dynamite on a Sluggish liver. When
calomel comes Into contact with sour bile It
crashes Into It, causing cramping and nausea.
Take "Dodson's Liver Tone" Instead I
It jou feel bilious, headachy, com
rtlpateil and all knocked out, jtut go
to your druggist and get a bottle of
tkidaon's I.ircr Tons for a few cents,
which ii a harmless vegetable sub
itltut for dangerous calomel. Take
a spoonful and If it doesn't rtart
your liter and straighten you up
better ni) quicker than nwty calomel
and without making you sick, you
Just rjo back and get your money.
If you take calomel today youll
be sick and nauseated tomorrow; be
sides, It may aatlrate you, while if
ynu take Docbion'a Liter Tone tou
will wake up feeling great, full tf
ambition and ready for work or play.
It l harmless, pleasant and safe t
giro to children) thiy like It,