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ft ' I? it' It- It in GREAT FT. SMITH BRIDGE OPENED, JOINSJ STATES Tulsans Play an Impor tant Part in Ceremony; Cy Avery a Speaker THOUSANDS AT SCENE Great Parade Precedes Cere monies Opening Structure Spanning the Arkansas GOVERNORS CLASP HANDS KobcrlHou and Mcllae Beach Across Line; Avery ToIIh of Pike Highway Plans Travelers from Tulsa In Fort Smllh limy now drive Into llial hls- lorln til y without paying lull thi-y may motor across inn new ji.iniu. 00 ii hrldgn Ihul wnn dedicated I'iI day. It In the second largest eon i ruin bildge III llm enllre world, iiml la not imly ii monument In llm pro grcsslvpiiosn of the Arkansas city Imt nli It Jnlnn two great states Okl.i lHimfi nml ArkansHn, Tulsa played nn Important part In the fortnul opening ceremonies I'rl ilay. C. H Avery nf Tulsa, presi dent nf tlio Allien I'lko Highway as sociation, aci opted tlin bridge for turn association from inu-linor ll llnmK. chairman of thn bridge building i umiiilnrliiii. In n Hlmrt ml rtross of nc-teptance Avoty oiiIIIiumI tlio history of I ho Albert I 'Iks High way association mill complimented . the guthcilng on Its enterprise In building Mich a structure to leave to posterity. ;iiiernor Minla; Manila. Tlio bridge was foriniill v ilcillcatfil when (lnv. j, H, A. Itohcrlnon of Oklahoma itinl (low Thomas (!. Ml'- Itno of Arkansas shook hundn ncrosn tlio Mute linn which Ih dcsluniitcd hi 1 llio bridge liy. mi imposing marker , unvpiini Krlday. Thousands of spec , Intorn kI noil on tlio bridge timing I ho ceremonies nml watched thu ' tlio sluggish Arkansas flow under neath. A iiuiinmntli pnliuln from tin' downtown section preceded tlir (Ipillrittloii. Among those who attended from Tilled hcsldcn Avery wero 12. Itro (lulhrcy. sen clary of llio Albut J'iko Highway nmoi'liitloti, Wllllem Hidden, secretary of tlii. Chamber of Commerce. T. I'. I'mnicr, man ager of the Tulsa Clearing lloun.i , association. T. A. Trusty, rpnltnr, ami i:. Itrynolilii. Hiixkoll, (Ihla , t-ent n. delegation of approximately - SO huslncrn men. in IiIh speech of acceptance, Acry reminded h!n honrcrn Hint ' till brldgn Ik only n link In n cliiiln, t nml that they should return to tliclr homes determined Unit ucenm- pllshmouls In kooiI rnml building Vt' 1 nlinll become greater with tlio iiiib- I II or nf tlmo. I Hut Itccltlulitur Kms Airv. "Ami miu-' Im rr.tiuirMi.il nm urn f) rpplrnlo thin rnmnlctfil link In our K lilKhtviiy, 1 wnnt to Improm on yon pcopln locally ami our tni'iiiliprnhlp nn a wliolo (lint, like thn t intent at j comnipiicpincnt pxpiuIkph, wn aro not " flnlKhliiK hut Junt lipglutilnR. Korl - Hinllli will not ho MitlaflPil with n . hrldso that IphiIr lo n mini holn and iiplthor will Colorado, KniinaH and Oklahoma ho cntlstlcil with a hrldcr ; Hint Irnda only to rlly pavciiiPiit. Wn must leturn to our Iioiuch from ' thin nplpiidhl Kiithcrlnt; full of rp- " iipwpJ puthuit!anm nnd nmliltlon to finish thp job, and thin Job will not ho fltilliPl until tlio Albort Hk'i ; lilnhway U a coullnuoilit pavPinpnt ' liiiOS iiiIIpb I'JtiK." - That tho.io nniienibold mlRlit become lirltPi' Mciiuiiliiti'd with tlio hlmory ,; of tlio Albert 1'lK" lllRlnvny aimocln i t on, Avi'i-y lPi'inmlPit hoiiui of Hi ' airompllBliiucntH and told of lis , lioprn. Thu Albeit l'llto UlKhuay ao. clntlon wiim orKiinlzud at TiiIh.i Jan uary 29, 11117," h explained. "In thti . npilnB of tlio followlnR yonr It lip on too nfflllntPd with tlio National llljihway niHoclatlon at WanhlnKton, t V. C, and Into In thn fall of tlio hanio year bocamo n momber of the h Associated IllKhwayn or America. j Thb highway extends from Hot. tMirltiKs, Ark., to Colorado Springs, Colo., It Is l.tlOS mlleu In leiiRth and thero has been expended on tt : during tho past five years a fraction In excess of 7.000,t00 , s.a,2,10,nn( AallaMo. 'f "Thero It available for expend! rt turn on this hlRhway ilurlnc the jiresent ronstructlon sensim tho vast . Ktim of SO.'JRO.OOOnlmnst an much as Iiiih bt't'ii expended duiinu tho V past flvo years. Wlillo a larKo por '. Hon of thla money romes from fed. cral, ntnte, county and township funds, many dollius of It has oomo , from private ooimlbntlnns that liax'a , neon niaito by punuo spirited cm- ;' 7cnn aloiiR thn route. A "Shvfo tho organization of our as- : noclntlon In 1017 our secrclnry linn traveled In a car over fi2,00() iiiIIok .. promoting hlKhwiiy orRnnUatlnn, .'; contructlon nml maintenance, and .' I'no fcaturn of our work wo ntu p.r .' tlculurly proud of Is that thn nllgn niont of tho Albeit I'lko HlRhway Is tho wimo today as that outlined at thn orJRlnal organization In 1017. ComniltteeH Unit havo assisted In ' flnonclns our work havo tho sntla faction of reflecting on a service well rendered wlillo those who havo failed to pay havo neither bocn .. huniHSPd for funds nor deprived of any scrvlon that tho association was ablo to kIvb them. "Durlmr tho past flvo years our association has taken an aetlvo . pan ill national and state IckUIii- tlon and has In oomo capacity ap peared before prnctlcnlty every . county and township board alom; llio routo from Hot Sprlnes to Colo- . lada SprltiRH. t Splendid Co.f)Mrntloti. "Ono of the really dollRlitful features of our organization Is tho I fact that tho llon'a haro of praise, for our accomplishments docs not belong to tho officers of tho asso ' olatlun. but to tho splendid cltUens ulons tho route. i:acli community i-eema to havo Instinctively grasped tho lmporlanpo of tho undertaking M'JX'IAf, )li:i)t!CTIONH ON Cment Klower Vsfes. HmIi. Foua Kim, Tmili jjurntrs, tic. ,1L'I.N. OII.V.VMIATAI, CKMI'.NT 1333 i:n.l Tlilnl Htrrrt llinin AMI) and to han cm i I ai knili n I r ii' h rotnmun ly nun of high nigral, inoiitnl and n a'lainri n'n 'li.n iTKanlzed, our nM',i l.il n is siimiKir today than at any tunn In Iih history mid lis sphere of useful nens and lnflueno lor good wlduna an.l sirengtheris nn the days go by. "One of thn Important resulU lo lm obliilnod tiom tho building mid di'db iihiig of a hrldgo nf this typi', reiiiesentlng n It doss tho oxpinnll lii re of (1,1100,000, In to lmpre"s on nil I ho peopln the pnensilty of In teistiitu highways and Interstate trawl. It Is only natural (lint on should be Inl'TcMeil In tho road that bads fiiitn his fm m to town. In tlm past five yPms, honover, the i ntlm eltlzcrishlp of this country has cnmn to think of paved highways an an Itiiportnnt Improvement n the 1,'nlli'd Hlales. Wn can no lotigor l content with the psvoil Kind to (tir I'oiiniy xeat or to ill Inrgs trad' ing point In our vicinity, for the maximum relurnn of our Invest ments In paved highways will ennuf whnn every couiiiy Is Joined In thn sialo In which we live, and every slain In tho Tutted yintcM Is con nnetnd up by a irinntnr Nyntem of highways. Puis ArliiinniH on .Map. "The JilKhwiiyn built III tlio past flvo yeatH In thn slain of Arkansas havo done mom to tint Arkansas on thn map thnti all olhvr Internal Im provements In llio past 20 years, mid I suggest to tho citizens of thin stnlo that they let no ohstai le Interfere with thn t i lit I n ua I In n of their pro gram for paved highways. "An Albert I'lkn wan thn pioneer III blazing tho highway along thn Aiknnsan river Hint now beniM his name, eo 1'ortj 8mllh has been the mlvnni n ngent of hrldgo building by constructing thin splendid bridge connecting tho statu of Arkansas with tho slnto of oklnhoina." 750 FORGERIES ARE CHARGED BANKER New Warrant Drawn for President of Moberly, Missouri, Bank MOM':ilI,Y, Mo., May 13. Ap prnxjinatoly 760 forged liinti iiinenln, Involving approximately $10.1,000, wero rovcnlcd by tho slato hank ex aminers' audit of tho closed Korm oni and MernhunlM bank hero. Thn nlldlt was enmpteted today. KlRlll I'orgcrlca Npcclflc)!. A now warrant cnntnliilng night charges wan drawn against .1. W. llruiulldgp, missing president of tho hank, charging forgnrle totaling 131,000. Thn warrant specifies tho following an forgeries! A. V. Jones, blind grocer, prom issory nolo for 13,000. I'. II. Nles. former county Judge. nolo for fii.OOO. Fred .Mnrcii, tinner, notn for 13.200. A. 1-3. Crnler. locomotive engineer. nolo for Jl.r.po, i,. ii. i iiinii, tcicpiioun employe, tioto for 2,7n. 'Arthur Crlmei. note. 1.800. .1. O. I.lngo. president of tho enr- pentpra' local union, forum! vouchers on funds, J 1,600. A. T. Doyle, attorney, nolo for tt.SOO, Tho new warrant charges llrun dhlRo Jointly with his brother for tho reponslbllltles for tho forgeries. Ilriitidlitgu llri'w UMKi, A. V. .Tones, tho blind grocer whose niimu wan found on ono of tho liromlssory notes, said today ho had not signed bin namo to a paper for olghl yearn. It wan lent led today, bank exam iners h,iI ii, that J. W. IlrunllldKO drew M.000 In cash from thn baiilt tho day hoforo ho disappeared. I'aul Ktovrnmiii. Ii depositor. n.ild ho deposited (1,600 In tho bank VpilnHdny, a few minutes hoforo tho Institution wan closed by tho stnlo finance department. Accept anco of deposits In an Institution known to ho falling In an offonso under thn stale law, Kennwed nfforU'iirn being mado to find .1. W. llrundldgo. m ' m More than a quarter century ago, wo decided that we'd sell our customers something else, besides clothes. And that some- thing else has been a part of every transaction hero, from that time until now, and will ho as long as wc are in business. We're selling you a sense of protection when you come in a feeling that you've bought well when you go out enduring satisfaction long after the purchase and a growing determin ation to come back for more of the same thing. Of course you know that anything you do buy here is absolute ly correct in style and fashion and that if you're not entirely satisfied we're more than ready to make it right. If? f-,i'ii I . Wire Flashes llotnroN. Ti. Miy II -Ju'1i J I), lltryy. In tin. KKhllrtb ilutrlct court l,r- KrsntM 111 rllr,irf. In mint lh rasra tti .1f fr,,1m,t w not In (oiiri. Hi's It at I In inM nf about tin a mlniilt. IVilT.AIt liM'ir. Mb. May H Th. tii-ao, i,..iy t,t a man fotin-l yaair,tav in Mi- mark r(r tmtay waa l.lamlliM William MrClaa. t chauftoir ij ihla MsntiriMMon n hr irirAi of imlaa toiimt in l ha eloililnx sml flmllin ,( lh liaail at lli Imllnln of lll llrd. WAHIIINnTOW, May II -Ulirla Ham haa la money to rmint, o lh eonip ir.illrr tit he rilttmry la rr-tllielnic tha (("tnmanfa aialf nl rnqnlari, Ii waa aald inriay 'rtio irrtutiioii, bowrter, It lA VTON. rl,o77.7Tl.-f .rin.r llnv. Jam-a M. fot, ilaimirratle ranrliilal lor eraaidant In 1IM. Unlay itaellned llio in vllailon nt h pnlillfal elul. lo rnlar lh ' .wi KiF-iniir ii inin una year. I'lUNt'KrON, M. J It, Jl Th. A- . ... .,...,, , lnwn win un rnniarTNI upon I'fuhtaiil ItarrlliiK hn ha roin-. to I'rliipctnn unlveraliy on .luna 9 to rlxl Irate tho I'rliipalon inamorlal moriumtut. It waa announr.,1 l,,.lar NliW VOItK. May U -Tlia flrat Off man nmliaaaarfnr In ta pant In thla toon try alnco ih war, lir lino l.mlwia; Wlia lal'l of llaiMn. ariltail today ilxi.inl Ilia -mnii.ri rtrnriirn. WAnillNinoNTMay 11 The llrltlah alaaniar Raiiraa, im,t taotiM for a waau on lha Ira till lha cnaat of Nova Hrolla, liaa artlvMl aafaly at linlatiiirx. Non Srotla, In tow of lha Moolralm, arrntil ln lo ailirlraa lo tha ny nyilroxraiilile "(lira licra tnlay. IIAI.TIMfllll'.,May"Tr Amoa Htratch. Jamoiia atrrpla cliaaar Jorkay, la ilaail li'fa aa a l.aull of a Tii-lnil ahull re r.lvpil whan hla innunl. Il.l Slail. fell with lillil at I'llnllcn yaalanlay, Ni:W VOItK. May 11, J. I', Mor.an. who irpantly arrMit insinharahlfi on coimniilra arpolnlnl by th rfiiarallona roniinitalon lo conaMar conilllloiia nnilar whirh an Intainallnnal loan may ha inaita lo (Jarmanr. loilay aallnt for Parla. whir lha conunllta will meet. W.AI'KWr.l.U May 11 K local rliap. Ifr of lha onlar of Ha Molay waa laiinchtil hat laat nlsht wltli o rliatlar rlaia of o. A ilaxra lanm rortiiioaad nf In yonnx loan frutn Hnlil tiemjllfled Ih Initiatory Wollt. CMH'Ano, May II lllaannr llrnckar, 5 yaala bhl, waa ilrowoait n h tiarral con lalnlnK n foot nf watar lata yaatarilay whan aha loat liar Imtanea wti.in rrachlng tor h iloll, f.ONDflM, May 13. IrTTli wmhara Irnlay a-ltMt lha Hairy aiel l.iiltar planta nt I'liva Iirnlhar al Tlpiaiary, llanalia, ilarilrk-uit-Hnr Kllinalloclt, KnorkloiiK and Mallow, liotatlng tha tail fla. aeroril Ini to a Contial Nana iHapatrh from Hiitilln. WAHIIINOTON. May II. Th liniia axrrail Imlay In a continuation by Ih poalofflaa ilapartlornt of lla rrnaa.country air mall aarvlra from Naw Vork to Chi cuxo, ihnalia aiet tlan t'ranelarn. NliW VOItlf. May 11. Mra. Itnrhaa) Oolilateln rolhllillta.l alllrjita toitay by laaeinK from n tlilril.atory wlmtow In liar llrooklyn lioina, atcontliiK In pollra. Mi waa iloail wtian an amtiilanr arrival. WAHIHNOTO.vrT "May"" 11. Imm.illata Mitoif latlon hy rnnxraaa nf 1500,00(1 for Ilia rapalr of lltlnola rlvar laveaa reeentty ilamaRait liy flooita, la propoaril In a Mil Imrnitnrril hy HaiTraaiilallv Mhaw, ra t'Ulillran, lltlnola. WANIIINIITON, MaT" 13. fonirraa puahail ahaail Imlay In icrnntliiK Atlornay llanaral l)iiihrly an ailillllnnal half million itotlar to act up a naw huraau In llio tlapiirtmant nf Jnallr for InvaatlRa llon ami rcaccutlon of war contract framla. WINNII'lUI, May II. Conlliniad rla of th AaalliUmlnn rlVar liaa itralroyail Ih moat lirotulRlnK iiraln aaaann in aara for waatarn C'anaila anil u tolal liua of 10 liar eant In grain arieaita sown la ciiiccted aa a laault ol tho flooileil lanita. I'.NIl), May 11 KnM thaalara liartatler will tia ilaik nn Hunilay, II waa ilarlileil at a aparlal elactlnn hrli hra Frlilay. Th irn,oaltlon carrlait hy majority of I, ton otca. TOI'KKA. Kail, 7 H. Ramual T. Howe, chairman of tin atata cpimnlaalon alnc lla fortnallon In 1907 ant prominent In Kanaaa i,ubllran tniltilra for mora llian lo yaara, rtlcil liera'toJay, It waa 74 yaara olJ, WAHIIIn'otON, May 13. Tim houaa to. lay MKreatI In tho arnata amanitinalll to tha iioaliifflc approtirlatlon MM provM Iok illl.ooi) towanl laaiorallon ami an larsamr'nt nf pneumatic tuti tranauila elon uf mill In Naw York city. Nl'.W YOIt'lf. May 13 Mary Oarrtan, former tlliectnr of tha ChlcaKn Grand Opers eonipany; .1. I'. Mnrxan, John llaya llainmonit ami Tlio Pchlpn war amonc th paeeeniier aalllnx tmlay on lha olyni- inn mr niioinanuuou anil l narnmirs Selling Something Else Beside Clothes rs j i,-iii,r,rr, , tT r..i , n . i TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, MAY 14, 1022 HOUSE APPROVES r-rtAlti-N nmri irr-r rKAUU LArtlNbLbilVlAY mAKKY tlhl Committee Indorses Plea for Money and Men to Prosecute Graft WAH1IINCITO.V, Mny 13. Tho amount tha government will recover from alleged war fraud ensen, "will bo many tlmen tho amount granted to defray expenses Incident to tholr prosecution," the house appropri ation commlltso declared today In reporting a hilt carrying $600,000 for us) by tho depnttment of Justice as a special Invesllgallng'and prose cullng fund. Kxptalnlng thn need of asslstame through money and men, Atlorney (irnernl Daugherty told tho com mittee, hb revealed hy printed hear ings mado public; today, that about 276 such cases ranging from several thousand dollarn to several million dollars, wero ponding and that the total amount Involved aggregated (102,000,000. Quick .luitlci) Urged. Urging speedy passage of tho bill so that tho ili'p.irtment of Justice might he adequately equipped "for successful dlsiioeltlon of thn casn." the commltlu dorlarcd thoso who: had defrauded the government dur ing the war woulil bo proaccutcd to the limit with all tho vigor tho gov ernment could command, wlillo thoso upon whom unjust suspicion might rest wero entitled to know promptly that such suspicion wan1 not Justified. i The committee reported that the. Character of tho cuse wan such that tho expense of handling them "la greater than that of any class of i work tho department has to deal with except, perhaps, nntt-lrust prosecutions," and that some of tho ablest lawyern In tho country had been engaged nn counsel by those ngalnst whom thn government was, contemplating civil and criminal ac tion. Wanln llcst Iiujcrs. Mr. Dougherty unlit In his testi mony It was hln Intention to engago the hest lawyern btaliiiihln nnd to uso the special fund exclusively for Investigation nnd prosecution of al leged fraud rnHes. Under tho bill, as amended hy tho committee, the attorney-general would bo authorized to employ one lawyer without limitation nn to sal ary, but all other salaries of lawyers, cxpertH or accountants would bo limited to $10,000 a year. Itechecklng of accounts, Mr. D.iugherty snld, will disclose many mletakes and ho predicted that many of tho persons who did httslnesn with tho government "will bo coming In now." Antlclimtrn Illg Profit. "I think you will nereo with mn that tho work should ho cleaned tip," ho ndiled. "It In duo tho people of the country that they should know tho real history of thoso trans actions. Tho government, I think. will realize a very material profit on this Investment. V.'o have gotten to tho point where wo aro up against It for money nnd men." Tho attorney-gcnernl declared he wns "not begging for thla money, adding; "It In as much your re sponsibility af) mlno. I nm Just giv ing you my recommendation after snmo pxporlnncn In the matter for a year nnd nfter consultation with thoso under mo who nro doing thla work." Number of Cnen Unknown. Representative Ilvrnei. democrat. Tennessee, asked Mr. D.iugherty If no couiii say now many fraud cases wero on tiand In the depart ment Julv 1, 1021. "I don't know," ho replied. Thn department, ho rxnlnlneil. found the number constantly chang ing as it received word from tho wae department that settlement had beei completed, while hlj department wnn still working on cases. Y0UNG M'CORMICKi imii i nnt i .r-ir-n ' Millionaire's Son and Di- voree Principal in New Romance qiltCACJO. May 13. Under tho slgnaturo of "tho chaperon" who edltn Its society columns, tha Chi cago Kvenlng American today pub- .""'T.'1 tno following from an authoritative sourco admittedly close to llarrnld V. Mc cormick, I learned today that the May and December romance 1 hinted st sftvernl weeks ago In tho society column of this newspaper. In ex pected to culminate shortly In flio rnnrrlngo' of Kowler McCormlek and "Klfl" l'otter Htlllman. Waiting on Dhorcc, " 'Tho marrnlgo will take ptaco ai soon na possible after the signing of thn divorce decree separating Klfl Hllllman and Jamso A. Btllltn.in,' said thla Intimate advisor of tho Mc rnii k family to inc. "'Harold McCormlek will mako no effort to prevent the rnnrrlngo an he slrongly hellnven In the right of tho Individual to decide what Is best for lla own happiness.' my authority i went nn to explain. "'Mr McCormlek has recognized Hie mutual attract Ion between Ills son mid tho woman twice his age. but has deemed It wlso not to Inter fere. Ho permitted l'owler to bring Mrs. Stlllman and her children to the l.iko rorct homo of tho Mc - Second Great "The Hest Servant in Your Home u Many folks were unable to take advantage of our first great Sellers sale, becttase we sold entirely out before the sale period was over. We arc offering the same wonderful premium and the same con venient terms now. Get yours early. Exclusive Sellers Features Automatic towering flour bin, ant-proof castors, secret silver ware drawer, automatic dou ble shelf extender in base for cooking utensils "(open the door and out they come), glass drawer pulls,egg timer. Dozens of other features make the Sel lers the leader; all wc ask is the opportunity of showing it. 1 DOWN BALANCE EASY PAYMENTS Just Think! A WHOLE SET OF COMMUNITY SILVERWARE FREE! Home of White Frost Refrigerator 'formlckn and glvo them frco reign financially nnd otherwise.' "Onlv tho most Intimate friends or tho family guessed the exact ren- eon for Mrs. Btlllmnn's nrcsenco In tho McCormlek household, or tho explanation of Fowlor'n constant devotion to her, " 'It wnn observed that the young scion of tho millionaire McCormlek houso accompnnted her back and forth from Now York and that ho drove her out dally, also that through tho day, nmusemetns wore always taken together. "The uniformed guessed that young McCormlek was striving to win tlio affection of Mrn. Stlllman'n daughter, Anne, nnd because they flattered H, 'mselvon Into thinking they know tho real truth, no ono placed any further construction on tho atachmcnt between the pair.' " IIKAUVAIK IIIWll'S si;i.i,in(1 i,r,Tii:ns. MOXTKIMU Que., May 13. Kred llenitvals, co-respoiidont In tho Still man suit, and who la alleged to havo sold four letters to Htlllman's law yers for $16,000. declared today that ho was still fighting for Mrn. titlll mini and that he behoved she would win the enso. Ho vigorously denied he had ever received the letters that hu was Mid by Htlllman's lawyers to havo sold. "That Is not true," declared Heail vals. referring to tho testimony given In l'oughkoepsle, N, V., by n. private detective named Udmund l.elgh that ho hnd paid him (llcau wilo) 15 $1,000 bills for the nllcgtd 1 letters. Ile.ittvals laughed scornfully when i ho learned that tho lovo loiters In question, which wero alleged to havo lbeen written by Mrs, Htlllman. con - GENET'S ' -t-i - -- r ' ' Mrs. Chase used this cabinet last week at Convention Hall. Your choice white enamel or oak. In addition to the above attractive terms we arc giving with each Sellers sold this week, this 26-piece set of Oneida Community Diamond Plate, guaranteed for ten years. fl"10 HtZ' (I?"d ff It regularly sells for eMZ. D TO JplD.UU Absolutely FREE! WE INVITE YOU TO COME IN AND SEE THE NEW SELLERS SPECIAL FACTORY DEMONSTRATOR GET IN EARLY. WE HAVE ONE CAR TO SELL IN THIS SALE fFlVFTT FURNITURE ff VX-LL1 Jjv X Jio-118 S. BOSTON V 'lalned many terms of affection nnd sndearment. "Of course, I received letters from Aim. Htlllman business letters, sold llcau vasls. "They were tho kind of letters an employer would wrlto to an employe. I was work ing for Mrs. Htlllman and she sent me Instructions. "I have never known anyone hy tho name of Leigh. I nover met any such man nnd no man ever gave mo $16,000, Mr. Stlllman is willing to do anything to hurt the good namo of his wife, but ho will not succeed In thin case, becouso tho testimony that I sold tetters was all a llo. "I am supporting Mrs. Htlllman's side because 1 bellevo her n wronged woman and I hopo nnd hcllovo sho Is going lo win her cato." MEDICINE PROVED FATAL 8A.V ANTO.N'IO, Texas. May 13. Pollco wero at work toitay following tho mysterious death of tho two month old son of Joso Castillo, af ter the child and two other children of Castillo had been given whooping cough medicine procured on a phy sician's prescription and bought from n nearby drug store. No arrests liavu been made. fjito Trlday Contllto sent one of the children, nil of whom aro very small, to a drug storo for tho medi cine prescribed following n doctor's visit. Upon returning with tlio med icine a prescribed dose was given each of tho three children. In n few minutes the youngest Is nald to have turned almost scarlet color obout tho fact nnd wan eelzed with convulsions. At 9 o'clock Krlday night the child was dead. Both ,of ' tho oilier children, given smaller i doses, aro seriously III, though It Is 1 believed they will live. of mmmmtmkmmmmmmmmmammkwmBmmmmfmia KITCHEN CABINETS Sellers Mastercraft Bottom Bros. Take on New Line The announcement that Eric and Bill Bottom had taken on the new Wills Sainle Claire car has caused quite a flutter in auto circles. This wonderful car will be shown all this week in tne salesroom maintained by the Bottom brothers at. j plans have been made to attend to the large crowd that is expected. The tact that the address appears in the announcement as 230 East Fifteenth street is due to the renumbering of the streets. The old number of this firm was 400 East Fifteenth. in n w Home of Detroit Jewel Ranges Sale ii i XI .iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiii 3- H.J0'