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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, JANUARY 15, 1922
SALE OF MUSCLE
War Department Takes
Time to Study Offer
of Three Bidders
, itii a 1 1 t'lfiy hrown (y, ret
' i .. -in. .1 i.. i' K in li It hair nnd
I tl K ' ' t 'i" mi ilv 'I .ip strniu wos
i. f i n iu i. k- to If. I
All ilnough thn esiller part of I tin
m.il l. mi perfectly Mill, now ami
ilifn lo-n! Inic frtruKnl to whisper
wlili Mix nii.irnf r.
tmi kiI parent of tim sensed,
lni Imw heeii Hi hln side tlirutnth
mf the grnslln ordeal, were nlso
I iii-miiiik Ills inilhr, ii woman
! IiiiwIiin I he marks uf Kill, frnjucinl -lv
iiniiiitHi ai her eyrm with a small
while hHnrtK-rihlrf ami the old
WAIIIN(ITON .Inn M -Th ' hull"! fniher despite liln atony
miestlon of disposing of the overn-1 v'"' 'l?,w!,,J,y 'Jr.K.1"? """ h0
instils properties lit .viuscic nnnais. i "
Aln., In private Intercut by feitsn,
riu.lv ilir Hit lillilnij wi iiMn'i
I.- i nil. .1 .! mill in'ii.1. t IMt li'n
K it 1 11 li.nk'r 'ilpptd. h'..iun" Ii.
lelililtnl till. Hl.llf proved liy pews
paper reporters Hint Tim World of
August ill. I not catry a report
(if thn murder I'batnherlaln siild
Hint they had hoiight a World, hut
that It illil lint contain any report
of tin- shouting nml Hint later they
llOIIRllt llll llfll'l IHKHI paper.
Ilr1rr WHS the lltSt defense wlt-
iii. nml lioth Hi 1 1 en rinsed testl
tnony heforo nuon.
urntili KM in coriioriitlon lodjy nn
I1..UI1. t"l Hint tin- first duties of Will
II llayt'H nhould lit' nrrrpt tilt) or
fir of tint motion picture men,
would lie Uih organization In'o i
single co-operating unit of 65 Amor
Iran producing and dlstrlliullng cor
purnllonH with a ttipltnl of more
than J250, 000.000. He sild Mr
llaa salsry had-hecn lenlntlvely
fix... I nt I1S0.00O
iCinema Fans Pleased
With "Sapulpa Follies
Kdna fl. Keith of national com-1 to llfo as nny onn not regularly en
mtmlty scrvlc, Now York, added K"K1 ' tliU huslncsi could he. In
The new organization, Mr. (jultin new honnra to thoso which she hu,,,1H t.lKnrot ncos.tntly, ho' darted
jui i". niwu iirp inui tiy r
attendants not to ho of n
FIVE DEAD IN
purchase or agreement to complete
was dlvldetl tfl.ty into three aepa
rote par if.
Iw off oer of Ihe war ilepnil
rumt wero dlie' ted to hcgln work of
llltlnit lni. i urn pliraa. a innirn. .
to cimtiiln what Htretary kn
i1elrin with reward to the propoanl
of llenry fortl. htrh Ihe wnr
aatreiitrv haa antiouncttl Hill be
mibinlii.-il to rnrmreiw with "rnin
tnei.ta im "'inn an tile papara hth
lirt'imrad and Mr
iff x d.
Oiim if Ihe atrouiinat arKiiinentit
h"aid In it lutal dlalrlit tourtinom
Tim ! liijnnil Mill nt Mount I'lins.
MfiUNT I'l.KAHANT. Texa. Jan.
aa mitrle by John (loldeaherrv. a--iH, Klve nemorm ara dead and three
tlatnnl . .niiiiy attorney, In rfnaltiK ..ihera lojineil, on.' of them pnihuhly
ihe.ni' lie ravlewed trie teatlmony ! futally, aa a reault of an i'XiI.imIoii
Ktfi by nit p. roiiiparei the tleinaini.r at the eitwinlll of ttt-orffis I'amiiM,
of wltnewia and In all, In thn optn-iuenr hvre, totlay The milt waa d
Inn f many preent. abtmh.taly luin'mn lliml thn holler helnff hloHn 30o
eald, probnhly will auperaedo thu Lxalned In Tillaa hy dlrfctltm thn
pi-aent nailoiml nawlatloii i of "' fahetrh. "KUfwhero in lTancr.- be
I nn iili ture l iduatrlea of whh.h Wll- ,i. , t ,..i i
explosion , --.j, ';r;:;;.;i -p-- g;-fei:e
200 proilucltiK anil illatrltiulliltf cor- , :u,:,lol.- when ho aitpeoaxfullv
poratlon, Mib.hl.ary Inilu.tr.ea and ZIm "2mmu"it"y ,nov?"party
"XNew Vork will prolmbly bo Mr. I !;.rln 1,1 the Jurk"
llaya' hendnuurtcra na pienldont of TV'' ., 'rtir waa tho flmt ono of it
he new orunl,tlon. h. cordln to , $'hffin th". aectfon and unllko
mont (Mijoynbli) eventx, tlld not cnii-
ili defenne into ahrodn. Kn
ficali'il f..i the ilcnth pmuilty.
"I'lttaa of Hllver for dro of
blond'' lm nh.illtt.il lit the .'my
"'I'hat In Mhnt thin ilantnrillv i rlina
Kord'a alnattire i wa. If you men am opptwuri to
mit'li ai 'a If you helli vn In law en
fel throtiKh a pile of tlnihor.
rhe dead ai.
(lenrm l'aimina, f.0,
Thouiaa 1'araona, IB, aon of (IcorRa
I'ara. i a
Loula Hnya, 31,
I it in v i lm, rhwell. 3 I.
AlthotlKh Mr. l'onl inmalntil It. foreamii.t. makti your veidlet rend I .nil Kmna.
the tlty diirlnx th tlay neither he 'We. ihe jury, ilo flntl the defendant 'J'he Injured,
nor lila intent o fur a could ha .'iilltv ami fix hi punlahineiit at Man nnineil larkir. leit and arm
Iriarned were enaimtad In work on lh iliiith Unit la the only uuv minli I lirokni
Mimt'le flhoitl iiueatton. Th opinion i fuui t rl m, n thin i'Iiii be topied. I Catey dralmtn, firm broken nnd
atlll prevailed Minium offh lala that any It, ..u men, let your conaclsiice i luieriinl lujurle.
the rontmrt would not ho filially I lm your auldii!" Ii,,ilu Mm tin. Iiili.rnnllv Inliired.
tlrutled until lute next week and III llcrt'iiM' Anlii for Mcn-y. not expected to recover,
would be a tiiHlli'i of nbout two Jnhn 8 v Ilea openstl he defenite i 'riio hrnila of Heoiitti I'nrinina nnd
weeka tiltogt'ther ln foi It waa for- nraiiinent which wna nineil by II. C. UuiIm Hays wero blown from their
mnlly aent t ciim;iim for t onnlil- Itodolpli. who wnn iippiiluled by 'aliuudeia
erntlon lilnim t .ludse W. II WllllaniM n na- I'nraon
iiii'K 1 1 ii i. it-r inn, iat in tno iieienee ntier nyKi'n nt
The offei aiibniltted by tl. f. Tlnk- i Hie tnrt of the trial hud iiipenred
ler. Hnti Kruiirlni n, wna beliiK mulled , III court HiiffcrlliK wllh throat tiuu
to that city for modlflriilliin o na toi ble an bnilly that hu could scarcely
liKluiln ii provlKloii for thn tniiritl- talk.
fncturo of nllrutea ut Iho plant and Hykei baaed hi nrKiiniMit on n
Hen tor mercy nn Mini Hint liar-
until thn illi Ml" ll ml been iiilnnlili.il plcn for
anil rendy for opt'ttitlon. .Mr. Tlnk. ker hud been framed by "Hint"
ler I expected to return hern and Chamberlain nnd Joe Morris, thn
formally prewnt hi pioposnl to the'1"0 ,,r "'le wltnfe. lie boldly
A a third part, Mr. I'rnlerli k
hiiKHtruiu, incident of Hip Newport
HhlpbulldlnB company of WIIuiIiik
on, N. ("., nnd niKliieiT iiMKlntim;
hlin were cnKHKml In mnkliiK sIlKht
clmtiKeH In the offer hn Iiiih nlrendy
submltleil to Mr Week. These
wtro said to Involve thn Inclusion of
ft morn definite provision for nltrntn
mnnufiictutn at MiimcIo Hhonla than
had been submitted.
contimuku t'no.M pahe onb
well known caliber Kitna, thn offi
cer salt) nnd n. search wns iniide
of every ammunition tdorn In the
city to find similar bullets. This
nuni rcvenioti mat there wits only
ono known Kun In Tulsa which shot
I' such n Millet.
Tho kiiii'h owner wu C. A. Illntr
lry Twelfth nnd Mnln, lllnKley nd
inltteit ownltiK such n Run but said
that It had been stolen about tho
tlmo Hherrlll waa killed. A few
day later Hylvealer (IIIr) lllllnrd
, was arrested. Ho drove a. Jllncy on
tho Atlmlrnl lino for HlnKtey, (111.
lard told tho officers Hint hn had
borrowed ninsley'a Buns and loaned
thum to Cluudo rhnmberlaln,
Tli Net TlRhtcmil.
A few day later Chamberlain
was nrrestod. Ills nrrest- was fol
lowed with Joo Morris balm: plnced
In Jail, lloth nrrents wcro tnadn on
Information furnished hy Olllnrd.
Shortly nftcr rhaiiiherl.ilu nnd Mor-
ii utrq nrrcsieu jiarKcr wna
cnuKiit. At tho tlmo ho was nr
restod officers said that hn was tho
brains of tho murder idol,
Tho slnry told by tho officers nt
the tlmn of thn arrest nnd which
later enmo out tlurlntr tho trial, was
that the men had planned to rob
,11m afo nt thn hospital und worn
Interrupted by Hhetrlll, All of th"
woitld-ho snfu bandits wcrn rnlsetl
In Tulsa npd well known to Hher
llll', Hu was killed to prevent the
Identity of the boy bccomlnc
known to officials, tho testimony
revealed. It other words, onn of
ficer said, "Dead men tell no
tales," Clauiln Chnmhf rlntn, while
tnntlfjlni; told practically tho samo
riinmbcrlnln nnd Morris nrn ,nlso
neiu in connection with nn outbreak
Df hoiisn rohberlea which occurred
horn Inst sumnior. ltoth youths
linn practically admitted belnK con
nected with thn houso robblms
Kanir, nfflclnls say. It Is clAlmcil
that Darker was thn lender of this
During tho (rial Ilarkor ndmlttod
that he hud not worked any slncn
tho summer of 1920, His last Job
ho said was driving n truck for n
bottling company. Chamberlain wns
employed In a local bakery until n
ftw days bfforo thu crlmo was com
mitted. Morris hu dono odd Jobs,
ho told from tho wltnt-Hi chair.
Darker has been nrrestrd on other
occasions. He hns participated In
levernl Jail deliveries both nt tho
:lty nnd county Jail.
t'lmmhcrl.iln Mny Cct (Int.
Chamberlain was formally imarcod I
With tho murder of rlhenlll, tint
during tho m'Kumentri Hnturday,
Ooldsbcrry, nsslatunt county at
torney, admitted that be was not nn
iccompllce und dun to tho fact Hint
he testified In behalf of thn stnte
will probably lend to n illiMil"n! of
this charge. It la not known whether
hn will bo prosecuted In regard to
the alleged houso robberies Morris
Is still held In Jail. In connection with
houso robberies, It Js sold.
Dnvls and Carpenter are both
ncctiHed with participating In tho
murder but neither havo yet boon
nrrestpil. One other person was 1
nlso connected with tho crime,
though In an Indirect way, according
to officers. That Is J. U (Chlgger) I
Hates, formerly n Jitney driver hero,
llatns furnished n car In which Ihe
wniild-bt' safe robbers went to the
hospital but hn . nine back to town
nfttr letting Davis. Darker, Cham-,
bcrlaln nnd Carpenter out. neenrd
lug to testimony Introduced nt the
trial An effort wns ninilo to arreat
Dates and hold him as n wltnea but
lm never wna located. No clinrgcs
ore pending ngalnst him.
Thn case went to Hie 1ury nt 0 40
o'clock Saturday afternoon
Strulii Toll no Marker
Ab tho final nrgument for tho ntate .
wna being runt lud- d llarkei a innll
compiired Darker to Christ who waa
nssHulteti liy his enemies.
Itodoliih bnsod his argument mors
on an nnnlysls o thn testimony. 11
told the jury that In his mind thn
stain nnu iniieit to present aiittl
clent corrnbointed testimony to wur
ianl a t'onvlc'tlon.
"'llhern l.i tin ono In Ihls country
who hellnve stronger In law en
forcement than 1," Hodolph mlil.
"And If you gentlemen nrn satis
fled beyond n reasonable doubt that
this nmn la guilty, punish him to
thn limit. Hut bo silro hefoio you
write your verdict that you nrn sat
isfied beyond n reasonable doubt
and In all emptor I don't think thcrn
I enough evidence In this ensn to
satisfy nny man beyond a roason
Within n few mlnutea nftnr I II I II o
.Campbell had left tho witness
tainl nho was nrrested on a chargt
of perjury on orders of John (loldns
berry, nsolstanl county attorney
Tho girl, who ndmlttod from the
witness stand that alio nnd llnrker
Illegally lived togother, thereby cotf-
Irndlcletl n nworn statement that
sho mndn to the county ultoriiey
soveral weeka ngo.
Whllo tho Campbell g rl wna re
lating her story from thn stand
dnldesberry held In his hnnda her
sworn statenitint. When on crons-
exnmlnntlon ho presented her with
it run numilteii miiKtng tl nut said
that, she did It "to gel out of lull."
Tho iiroHecutlng attorney mndn no
cross-exnmlnntlon other thnn read
ing her signed statement to tho Jury
nnd obtaining tho girl's confession
Hint slie Hindu It.
IlnrUi r Create KciiNnllnu,
Thn sensation of tho trial camo
whllo Darker was on tho stand, Ilo
admitted1 hnvlng entered Into a plot
to hold up Hticirlll nnd loot thn bos
pllal anfn. but said hn barked out
after he found nut theru wus only
about 1200 In tho strong box. Hn
told tho Jury that there, "wasn't
enough money In thn deal."
The accused youth contradicted
himself In sovernl liifctiinccit whllo on
thn stand and nt tlmea appeared to
b utlnrly nt sea. Many present
thought Hint both lm and I ho
Cntnphetl girl damaged the defenso
rather thnn nldnd It. Darker In
nearly every particular rorrobiiraleif
tho testimony given by Chamberlain,
tho stnlo's star witness. Tho nc.
rimed youth admitted going to thn
hospital with Chnmberlaln, Vqlney
Davis nod Howard Carpenter, but
hn differed with Chnmburlalii us to
who had thu largu revolver which
fired the pikcull.tr bullut. Darker
denied that ho had It and said
Chamberlain had thn big gun.
Hut thn weak spot In Darker'
story, attorneys present aald, wns
that ho wns entirely lucking In cor
roboration whllo Chamberlain was
corroborated In practically every
"Until Story In Thn World."
Darker said that tho morning of
August "C, hn nnd tho other three
bought n morning Tulsa World in
which they read of tho account of
tho murder. Chnmberlaln read the
story uloiiil, nccordlng to Darker
and remarked that thn paper gave
ihe old mnn's nge nt 74 nml that
becntlao ho was so old and about
arson operated n combination
Hiwmill and cotton gin. I'hurchwell
had Just ilrlvun Into thu gin yiml
with u load of logs Parker hud Just
flnlslind having a hale of cotton
ginned. Thn exact cnusn of tho ex
plosion Is not known. After tho blast
In thn vicinity of the mill looked as
though u ryt lone had struck It with
Ion mid limbers mattert'il In all
dlieetlpns. A rcH.-ulrig party I en
gaged In tlenrlng thu debrl In as
certain If thirn am nny moto fatali
ties. All ii vi 1 In til n physicians of
Mount IMrnsmil repondeil to tho cull
PART OF MEXIA
roNTiNunn rnnit paiik onb.
paralus In Moxla Ir repotted here
to Ii.) hampering tho work of fire
men iigniiug inn urn which oroai'
out In thn buslnn auction of that
oil town tonight. The fire la said
In have Btnrted In n restntirnnt on
tho mnln street of the town.
f'OVTINfKIl I'llOM PAfIB ONB.
detonation by tht calling of the
arms conferencn und by upholding
thn foreign policies of tho t.'emo
cruth' iidmlnlstrutlnn whenever It
hn. been compelled to act In a spe
On thn other sldo It Is n record of
elude with thu evening In iiuentlmi
but Is to huvn ple.innt uftnrmnth
In the showing shortly nt a Kupuliu.
motion pit turn theater of n film
made nt tho party. I'rlzcs will bo
given to tho threo actor ndjudged
tho best by popular vutu after tho
Miss Keith exercised tho adapt
ability nciiulrcd during directing of
army plays ri Franco during the
wnr hy scouring n garngo and turn
ing Its showrooms Into a typical
movlu studio by usn of a little In
gnntilly and n fow properties,
Though there was not ono actor
bad itiuiolntmc nts. of thn iiulllfica
tint) of thn principle of thu civil among thn uudlnuco of fiOO, il ill) bud
service, of discrimination against "extras," they registered enjoyment
nx-servlco men In th- matter of np
pnlntmcnls. of catering to special I
privilege, of attempting negatively;
o Influcncn legislation nnd of reap-
tlonlsm In all of Itn most objection
That's Their I'lntform.
This, briefly, Is tho platform upon
whbh the democruts will go to thn
pcopln In November and ask Hint
they bo elected to congress. Thn
democrats are going to chargo from
every slump In the United Stnte
that thn republican party has drifted
buck Into tho hands of tho ultrn
reactloniirIi:s nnd Is governing for
tho few and not for thn people.
Democrats' In congress nsitcrt that
tho republicans huvn tnado u hotith
of overy pleco of legislation they
liavn undertaken and havo fulled In
their promised program of economy.
Congressmen who stnrtod tho
agttntlou for reorganization of gov
ernment departments seu llttlo
rhnnces for It In tho 67th congress.
of thn entertainment with a realism,
which professionals (night havo
Tho film mndo was of n movlo
studio In tho throes of trying ilt
peoplo for parts In
hero and there, yelling alike ut the
supposnd principals nnd tho "ham.
actors." Ho ordered thn extras out
front to "pipe down! I'll clenr tho
hall If you don't shut tfp," sworo
picturesquely, pleaded with a Mex
ican lover to be a llttlo less me
chanical about his pnsslunato love
making nnd reminding him thn',
"This Is n love sccno, not a prlxe
fight," ndvlslng a comedian to smlln
so hard that It could be heard, nnd
slinging right nnd left such tnnv
lesiiuc phrases as "Camera ready!
Take! Now cull"
David llllles Was nn excellent
studio manager nnd Cloorge Droomc
nnd Handy Moulder, cast ns camera
men, spoiled sovernl hundred foot of
film wllh dlsasrous effect otr the
director disposition nnd struck
when the action boenme too strenu
ous. Knpulpans variously repre
sented Charlie Chaplains, Mnry Plck
ford.t. Dill Harts, Thcda Darns.
Harold I.loyds, Juveniles, vamps and
girl stars. Among the scenes "shot"
was a plo-throwlng sccno In which
renl berry plo flew back and forth,
n street, scene, a picture of "ono llttlo
Indian, two llttlo Indians, hIx little
Indian girls" from tho Huchen In
dlan school, an Indian lover dancing
around an Indian maiden, a, police
man stunt, "truck stuff" bv which
Sapulpa Knllles I n group of llttlo boys will bo shown
t'mo Keiiii no' on ton screen ns mysteriously vun-
tTTnftalr nrATrMltunillii: to Chicago for a ti
M KNri hrM t Vt :00." ns !i? recuperates from i
f I mmm w - - I
BY MASKED GROUP
H. F. Mulks Is Severely
Injured in Ignoring
K. K. K. Warning
the hurd-bolloil director wu oh truulshlng from a hnrel,
DA 1. 1, AH, Texas, Jan. II. Tire,
which broke out In tho business sec
tion of Mexl.i nbout R o'clock tonight
hud burned nil wires of thn South
western Hell Telephone and Tolo-
grnph company lending Into tho city.
Itnports received hero bnforo thn
wires went out nro that several
building on the south sldo of town
wcro burned. Tito Associated Press
operator, locntod In an offlco build
ing, wns forced to vucato his post,
when the building wax threatened.
Thn Western Union Telegraph
company announced nt 7 o'clock
that nil tholr wires to Mexla had
MnVia Is Texns' newest oil town
and ut present Is undor martial
low ns tho result of n "clenn-up"
of the town begun several days ngo
by stuto nu'horlllcs.
The population of Mexla before
tho discovery of tho oil field thero
several months ngo, was only 0,000
hut today It la estimated thoro nro
HO, 000 peoplo there.
Tho Southwestern Dell Tclephono
nnd Telegraph company declared
Hint Just beforo tho wires went out
that preparations were being made
to dynamite their building In ordor
to check tho flte.
HAYS TO ACCEPT"
AS MORAL CHIEF
THE GIDDY YOUNG THINGS
Oldest "Clrl" In Hip IIhiiip llns Just
llml Her Hair llobbi-il.
NKWAHK, N. .1. Jan. H Tit
oldest Inmato In . tho Daughters of
Israel Homo for nged, 110 years old,
In uhout to have her hair bobbed,
"llko tho other girls," ns sho ex
pressed It. Tho management of tlAi
homo withhold her name, fearing
lest Its publication might offend
"I am only 1 10,' sho said, "and I
expect to break thn record of my
grandmothor, who lived to bo 125."
Sho la known nmong the other In
mates as "thn telephone," becauso of
her facility In gossip, and Is nlso
culled thn "head of tho democratic
party," because of her persistent dis
cussion of politics. She ascribed her
longevity to diet largoly, cuttng of
meat and very llttlo bread.
Another Inmato of the home Is
Mrs. Ulvkn 7.1ppe, 105 years old. She
primps ronstnntly, and Is uld to ba
very Jenlous of tho attentions paid
by the old men In tho lntltutlons to
the other "girls." Sho says that tho
secret of her old ngo nnd beauty Is
fresh nlr. nnd sho sits out In all
weather. Uor favorite diversion. Is
playing with dolls.
A benoflt entertainment Is to be
given, for theso two old Indies In
which all of tho forty or fifty In
mates of tho homo are preparing to
SETS NEW RECORD
CONTINVriH FtlOll I'AOK ONI1.
may better upproeiaio the valuo of
Tho show will closo with a mnrdl
Appearing on tho vnudovllle pro
grnm during tho week will bo the
Orlgtnnl Saxophone octet. Schou
tiuctln'a Jazz band, Kthel Kelly und
Her Chums, the Cosmopolitan Kour,
Ted AnnVrson. "blues" singer, und
several other nets of equal Interest
und Impnrtnnce, nmong which Is u
musical rovue with a bevy ot pretty
Those exhibits nut used In tho pn
rndo Monday noon nre to be placed
In their space Monday morning, nnd
tho others will lm added as soon as
thn parade Is finished.
"Wo nre confident that this year's
show will set a pace hard to eiual,"
Sol Dun, sectetury ot tho automo
bile dealers' association, nnd In
chargii of tho show, said Saturday.
"People aro Interested In automobiles
this yenr as much n In nny previous
year perhaps more. And munufuc
turera hnvo during 1921 put forth tho
greatest efforts In tho history of tho
automobile Industry to create new
and nttrnrtlvo designs and add sen
sible Improvements. To tho layman
It appears that perfection in automo
bile construction lias uecn aimosi
"Five cars to bo exhibited hero
came direct to Tulsn from thn New
York automobile show As may bo
supposed, they nre unusual creations.
rnoso who nticnti tho show this
year will not only seo tho very best
In nutomoblles, but they will also
be given tho best entertainment we
coukl obtain. They were more thnn
satisfied with last year's show and
this year's show Is to be evon more
DALLAS, Jan. 14. Dlood-stnlnod
garments nnd n i;evercly lacerated
scalp nml buck wero exhibited ov
llnrold V. Mulks of Chlcngo, ut a
local hospital tonight ns tho result
of a. beating ho received nt tho hands
of a band of men Inst night near
According to his statement, Mulks
wns seized by two men ns ho stood
In. tho lobby of ono of tho largest
hotels Ih Shrcveport ,wns forced Into
n waiting automobile nnd cnrrlcu 20
miles from tho city where the pun-
lament wan ndmlnlstered by several
unmasked men, none of whom, ho
said, wero known to him."
lilt by Strap 10 Times.
Ho estimated that ho wus struck
40 times with a heavy leather
strap. In addition, he said, to being
throttled and otherwise mistreated.
Ho wns then placed on a trnln ut
a small railway station with the
warning that ho atny nwny froiji
Shreveport. The train carried him
to (Ireenvllle. Texas, whencu he
rntno to Dallas, arriving here today
Mulks gave his ago ns 3b. lie
said ho had been hired by Chlcaga
Individuals whoso names he dlu noi
earn to give, to act "as counsel for
three men at Shreveport charged
with vagrnncy. He stated that on
several occasions whllo In Shrove- .
port ho had received verbal warn- j
Ings from men on tho street advis
ing him to leave and sever his ro
tation as counsel for the accused
Mulks said' ho was married and ,
tho father of ono child.
Ho nnnounced his Intention of re-
"His wlfo Is a pretty picture."
"Yes, but It costs a lot to frame
continued rnoM iv.au cs-.
political developments shaping
foreign cnpltnl. eomo of th. i i,
gate aro outspoken In their il i
to avoid every tinnecessnry dc
the mnln tasks of the conff r
iu wiiin i'.it,n iv-'creiary lliliuril
hns bocomo cognizant of that tcntf I
muni 1 tint rovealf.,1 ' I
Clnhcs llxpcctPtl Yet.
Thnt somo spirited clnslin Cf
opinion nro to be expected v.htn
tho far eastern meetings n
sumed Is becoming morn n ,t
us the various delegations c 3
their positions. Today Dr. tu 8
Hul Wang of tho Chinese di a
Hon Issued n formal stn'eni t ,
affirming tho determlnat. ri
China to press her request f c -
ferenco discussion of tho '
mnnds" despite tho object!'
of the Auto Show,
grey finish on
Space 30-31 at the
Sleeping cars to Oklahoma City
nrn ready nt !s30 p. m. every night
for the trip on "THK SANDMAN" nt
1.30 a. m. via M. IC. & T. Adver
Mining nnd reduction plants ca-
nnbln of treatlntr H.Onn Inn. rt ..
day have been Installed at u gold I
mlno In South Africa which Is bcllev- i
ed to bo tho largest In tho world.
Tho wheels used on land by a
Now York Inventor's automobile,
that can bo driven through wutor by
n propeller, nre raised to a level nt
which they keep dry by operation n
We arc in tho same location and prepared to serve
your wants for
Keys and Locks
Safe Work a Specialty
TULSA KEY SHOP
106 EAST THIRD ST. IN SAME LOCATION
cleared of PIra-
Acno Eruptions on tho
fnco or body. Enlarged
Cold Cash says I can clear your
kin of -th abova blemishes.
w-k trr r wuitk today for mr fuee
IJPVl. 1 look let "A CLEAIt-TONE
"" figlN" tylllnir how I rurl
itiyw If after br Ing afflicted for fifteen ren.
cn.CIVCMS. ItsChcnlesI Bldt.JtiauiCltr.Ma.
CONTINl'nt) PHOM PAdlJ ONK.
Hon ti) thu work or confusion In the
Although President Harding has
not yet ludlcnted whom he will imnin
ns postmaster gonornl to fill the va
cancy In his cabinet caused by thn
relgnntlon of Hays, many suggos
ttons hnvn eomo to the white houso
nlnco It was reported thnt Hays con
templnletl quitting thn post. Among
tho names which have been pro.
posed to tho president are thoso of
Congressman William It. Wood of
Indiana, William llnyco Thompson
of New York, and Walter S. Dickey
of Kansas City, Mo,
NDW YOniC. Jan, H. John
Qulnn. general mnnager of tho Vita-
Apiclure IKat (
ill l r !
wui live oever
Ont cntirs yctr in Nw
York t ix Jiflrnl
sr -x .. iii. ' - sr
FROM TUB POEM BY
S.-tnirio by Pul H. Slum
DlrectfJ by HARRY M1LLARDB
j yfpr I
Two Billion, Five
Dollars Is a Lot
ftT.ES, that's a lot of money, but it '
represents the accumulated sav
'ings of 4,900,000 individuals in
the United States who have tried the
Building and Loan idea and found it
decidedly satisfactory. This is Tulsa's
Oldest and Largest Building and Loan
Association. Your money here is per
fectly safe, earns from' G to 914 per
cent, and is invested in Tulsa Real
Estate. Saving money here is helping
make a greater Tulsa while you are
helping build your own fortune.
ulsa Building &
When we offer you Ilickey-Freeman, Stratford and nil
other fine suits and overcoats at 25 off, we're giving
you values you won't find surpassed anywhere. See you
If you know anything about our Manhattan stocks you
know' the unusual beauty of the patterns and the wide
range here. All selling at a THIRD OFF. $1.65 up.
No tax. '
Sale of Clapp Shoes
Men's 15 to $17 Edwin Clapp shoe's in every smart style
and leather, selling now at $13.75. Others $0.75 up.
Women's $13.50 to $15 Edwin Clapp shoes and oxfords
from this brand new stock go now at $12.75. Others
Sale of Boys' Clothes
Here is a big stock of fine suits and overcoats for boys,
4 in every style boys like and every good fabric parents
like. All selling at 20 reduction.
NOW PLAYING AT THE RIALTO