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MRS. PHILLIPS TO TELLOFSLAYING "If People Only Under stood," They Wouldn't Condemn, She Says PEGGY WRONGED HER i5 tntc's Star Witness Didn't Give tlio Facts, Mrs. Vhil- Hps Declares I.OS ANOnUOH. Oct. 31. Tlif jrotiitlon rusted tills nfternoon In ths trlnl of Mrs. Clara I'lillllps, for the murder oC Mrs. Alberta Jloatlows. I.Ofl ANfJKI.Kr!, Oct. 31. What ah. will tell tlio fliry If Nsho takes the stanil 111 her own defonso durltii; -liff trial for the. slnyluR of Mrs. Al berta Tremalnn Meadows, wits out linexl today ly Mm, Clara Phillips, nllfKCd "hammer murderess". "Jt was all llko thin," said Mrs. J'hllllps: "Three people get Into a machine. Two o( them ar friends. ino of tlio friends nnd another ulrl , set Into a fight. The frlond gets tho jworst of It, nnd tho other friend ' naturally comes to her rescue. Jloesn't she? Well figure It out for oursclf. rcpgy said It was "ClarA this, and Clara that.' 'Clara did everything.' It was ridiculous. "If 1 get a chaucn 1 am going to tell my story. People have thought that I was so guilty, so bad, because 1 haven't told my story before, I5nt If they only knew what waii In my heart they would undorstnt.. They must understand I havo a rtason for not talking and cannot do so until the tlmo comes. Thcro are many dejalls 1 could not tell you for this reason. Peggy had not told every thing ns It was. Hut In spltn of It all, I do not say that I dlsllko Peggy. 2 will not do her nn Injustice. "It I get on tho stand, and I can not say now whether I will or not, .1 urn going to try to make the Jury understand my feelings and suffer ings. I will tell them what I've done. I'll tell the whole truth. Then lot It end whatever way It may." "'Mrs. Meadows not only 'stole, the lovo of Armour 1. Phillips but at tempted to destroy confidence In his wife by repenting neighborhood gos sip, Mrs. Phillips charged. "Last May or June, I went to Mount Baldy with a famly of five peojilc." she explained. "When I came back my husband accused mo of going to the mountains with nn other man. I was later informed, that Alberta Meadows had told him this. "My husband began acting terri bly. I tried to overcome It, but couldn't. Only those who have suf fered ns J did can understand. 'I couldn't eat, I couldn't sleep." ' It was nbnut this time, Mrs. Phil lips said that she met Mrs. Peggy Caffce, tho state's star wlthness In tho present trial, nnd according to Misalleged slayer, n married woman who understood things." Mrs. Cafco and she talked over "their troublo at home" together and went to Long Beach, she said, to visit a friend. "When wo got back to town and the three of uh wero in the machine we did not know whore we wore go ing, It was my plan to find out' what had been golnj; on between Al lutein nnd mv Vif lftlin ml. An for hnv lng a fight with Alberta or as for 1 having anything harmful In mind it was not dreamed of.' If anything of that sort had been thought of, cer tainly I would not havo taken any one with me." During the drive to the lonoly hill side road, where Mrs. Meadows was beaten to denth "Alberta told mo more than I knew until afterwards," said Mrs. Phillips. 'They had planned to go away to gether," she added. "I felt hurt I really can't explain how I felt be yond that point. Only married folks In these circumstances can under stand. From here on I am going to leave tho details for later." GAS BLAST WRECKS A TOWN Three Sfen ncnortcl Head in Louis iana j.ipinAion. MON'ItOB. La., Oct. 31. Threo men are reported to have been killed when the town of Bwartr was destroyed by n. terrlflo gasoline ex plosion today'. Swartz Is one of the big jau centers tn the Ouachita field. The explosion tvius powerful that all wire connections to the town are down. The property loss has not been estimated. Children's Shoes Stylish and well made and on lasts that permit com fort and healthy growth of the foot At save you money. Girls' Shoes l"zcs; i$1.50to$2.50 !iV. $1.50 to $3.35 $2.95 to $3.85 IV.0. $3.50 to $5.00 "WaJk Upstairs and Save a Dollar." Tulsa Upstairs Shoe Company 209': South Main St. Between Second and Third Sts. Upstairs New Alexander Building. Meteor at Muskogee; Narrowly Misses Man Ml'SKOGHE, Oct. 31. A meteor weighing two pounds narrowly missed Albert Withers as hi? was seated In tho front yard of his home at Kort dlbson lato yesterday whllo convening with a neighbor. The object struck a benoh on which Withers was seated. , The bench was broken. Hying fragmonia of tho celestial wanderer fell on tho roof of Withers' homo with a nolso llko a shrapnel while a largo sited piece struck and killed a chicken of John Howell, bank cashier, In Howell's back yard across the street from Withers' home. 5-POWERNAVAL PACT TO DISCARD Famous Treaty About to Die Slow and Easy Death, Outlook' j WASHINGTON', Oct. 31. r The five powered naval treaty produced by tho Washington armament con ference at such a cost of time and prodigious effort and hailed as marking a pew era In tho world's history, Is In serious danger of dying a etow, easy death. This disconcerting fact was home home today upon officials of the American government by develop incntH abroad within the last 60 days which havo admittedly put rati fication of tna treaty into tne tar distant future. Tho treaty does not becomo opera tive until nil the five powers havo ratified It and deposited their rati fications In Washington. tiroat Ilrltaln. tho United Stnttij and Japan tho s-5-3 powers have rattnea. France and Italy tho 1.6-1.6 nowcrs havo not ratified, nnd there Is little likelihood of their doing so In tho near future. The governments In Kronen nnd Ithlv which negoti ated tho treaty havo fallen and both havo been succeeded by government of a moro imperialistic turn of mind. From being only mildly "con cerned" over the falluro of France and Itnly to ratify tho treaty, offi cials of this government have bo- coma downright nppreliensivo tnai tho opoch-maklng ngreomcnt scrap ping half tho worm s great navies, will never be ratified and conse quently never become effective. Emlicnlor Octs 10 Years. OKLAHOMA CITV. Oct. 31. Allen Snoddy, fnrmci vice president of the Btate Hani: of Stratford, has been sentencod to 10 years In the stato penltentlarny following con viction of embezzling J18.086.56 of tho bank's funds, nccordlng to a letter received here todi by Hoy Walcott. stato bank commissioner from Mac Q. Williamson, prosecut ing attorney of Garvin county. Ths. sentence also carries a 1600 fine. Stop Whiskey Wonderful Treatment Helped Fnlth' fill Wlfo to Savo Husband When All KIm railed. floMm Trwitmfnt Odorless and Tasteless Any lJidr C'mriil It Metretlj at llonle In Tea, Colfes or lcxxl. You Can Try It FREE Wl7s, mothers, elitere. It Is ru that Ihe man who drlnka Whlaksy. Wine or Bear to axceia must depeml upon tn aava him from a ruined Ufa ami a drunkards urave. JI CAJi't atop out rou can aava him. Alt you havo to do ! to send your nam and addreaa and wa will send abifl; lutely KJIKB tn plain wrapper a trial packise nt OOLDBN TUEATMIINT. Tou will b thankful aa ionir aa you Itv that you did It. Addreaa 1H. .1. W. HAI.NKH (., 858 ,lenn Mills'., Cincinnati, Ohio. AilTertlaemrnt. Prices that Boys' Shoes $1.50 to $2.50 .? $1.50 to $3.35 $2.75 to $3.85 IV.: $2.85 to $4.85 I The B ileaniao u 1 1 4 THREATS MADE AGAINST OFFICER But Spelter Constable Is Investigating Bo ggus' Death ny th. AtMeitti it.... OK.MUI.QKn, Oct. 31. Constable "Davis of Hpcltcr wns arming him self tonight against four different threats which he has received since tho battlo between threo masked men Bunday night, and Tom Hoggus, a former deputy sheriff, In which ono man, was killed, another fatally wounded, and two moro seriously Injured. ' Constahlo Davis, who ran out of a church near the shooting, is ho llevcd to have fired tho shots that resulted In tlm deaths of two men. having taken tho affair to bo one of highway robbery, and the masked men, bandits. Tho constable has stated to his friends that tho only way he will leave Spelter City Is "llko Tons lloggus left" and ho has Issued a warning to those who would molest him that ho Is prepared for them. Outwardly, the little city was as quiet as though nothing had hup. pened. Occasionally groups of two or throo persona would gather1 In front of the dry-goods store to point nut tho bullet holes that wore left after tho fight, but thn main In terest was In tho mlnirH election there, for the town Is In the heart of tho initio fields, The Investigation of tho crime continued today with both Con stable Davis and Deputy Bherlff Hoscoo Ilenn working on It, and so far, neither has learned tho where abouta of George Frew or Homer Pennequlnc, who were Injured In the fight. At Bpelter City It seems to bo o mailer nf general knowledge that the men nro In a hospital at Muskogee, though this-has been denied. Dr. W. C. Banderson of Henry etta, who says he was called short ly after tho fight to perform an operation on Frew, but who denies that ho did so, satd today that It was his understanding that the man were taken to Muskogee. Other r- poris sain mat tncy wero in nn 1 I Mxtsic Js Essential it to your home 18 amonth pays 1 TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, "Fatty" Must Use His Left, Right Paralyzed !X)H ANiSKt.KS. Oct. 31. IToseoe (Fatty) Arbuckle, former movie nmedln. today Is learning how to wrllo with his left hand. Tho In lured finger and tho- finger next to l on his right hand have become para'yied as the result of an Injury he sustained whllo on his recent trip lo Japan, It wan learned today. Okmulgeo hospital, but these could not be verified. Assistant County Attorney U. D. Williams at Henrietta, said tonight that he hud not gone Into tho eitsu far enough yet to determine whether members of tho Ku-Kltix Klnn played any part In the crime, but that such an Investigation will bo made. MAYORHYLAN7ir CALLED' l.rmjer Object lo IaIIit to Wife i:inlliiK '.Sincerely Yours. Ni:V YOUIC. Oct, 31. Herbert Drcschcr, an attorney, has written .Mayor Hylan voicing strong objec tion to tho mayor sending Mis. Drescher n campaign letter ending "sincerely joins." "Ileplylng to jour letter to my wife," Drcschcr's letter lead, "allow mo to record my strongest objec tion to your 'sincerely jours' closing. Bueh objections nro made because of tho fact that my wife Is a mnrrlrd woman, who I am Informed, has never been Introduced formally or otherwise to your honor. Hence a letter, written even by thn mayor of this city to n lady who Is noUl even nn acquaintance, should not bo closed, in my humble opinion, with that 'sincerely yours' lino preceding your slgnnture." Minors Klirt Now Offlcrrs. Ml'SKOUKK, Oct. .11.' Klectlnn of officers of the 1'nltrd Mine Workers of America, District 21, which Includes Oklahoma, Arkansas and Texas, to servo for the next two years was held today but tho result will not be known for several, dal's, t was said by H, P. Itoss, (.ecrvtnry, In vhargo of tho tabulations. If nny multimillionaire today wishr- to-tlle poor, there apparently U nothing to -iop him, particularly If ho U q drinking man. mine $150 News of Sapulpa SperUI lo Tbs Wnrkt. HAPUt.PA. Oct. 31 - Preliminary hearing for the soen held for the recent Kelleytllle bunk rubboiy has been set for November 9 befom Judge Pllti. Mix are held In tlio loutily Jail under bond of tin.nnn ami me sevenui, lioimi.i Tliouuisoii w. ouuim, iriesfeu upon it $5,000 bund upon turning slate's evi dence against the ntheis Itiiltilliig PcrmliH Million. r) . During October building peimlls were Issued hero for 1100,000 worth of construction, im-luillng permits for store buildings, chuirhcs and private dwellings. 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City Msnagrr Manning will attend the convention of Itv managein lo h held at the llaltlmore hotel In Kansas City during tho week of No- ember 13. nnd will address the meeting on "Accounting and Cost Finding Methods" llo Is a member of tho board of dlreetom nf tho na tional assoeiitlnn and for three j-esrs was vies president and It' Is through his effnrtK in cooperation with others In this seeilon that the con vent Ion Is to he held In Kansis City, the first Hum li ban convened In a western or southwestern rlly Over two hundred city managers will at tend from tho Milted Ktates nnd Camilla. HAVEDARKHAIR AND LOOK YOUNG Nobody flan Toll When You Darken Gray, Faded Hnir With Sno Ten Grandmother kept her hair beauti fully darkened, glossy and attractive with a brew of Hnga Tea and Hill t'liur Wheneer her hair look on that dull, faded or streaked appear ance, this simple mixture was ap plied wllh wonderful effect, lly ask ing nt any drug atom for "Wyeth'a Sage and Hiilphur Compound." you will get n large bottle of this old tlmo recipe, Improved by the addi tion of other Ingredients, all ready lo use, nt vorv little cot This simple mixture can bo depended upon to re store natural color and beauty lo the hair. A well-known downtown druggtst says overvbodv uses Wveth's Bare nnd Sulphur Compound now because It darkens so naturally and evenly that nobody can tell It hns been ap plied It's so easy to use, too, Yotl simply dampen n comb or soft brush and draw It through your hair, tak ing nim slrand at a lime, lly morn ing the gray hair disappears; after another application or two. It Is re stored to lis natural color and looks glossy, soft and beautiful. Adver tisement. wllh tnelM $159 wll twilr. $231 with twclt. $281. lh twelc. $359 We tknra You Beit, Many. Reason Osoen SI3.1.3I3I 11 Everlasting Good Looks for Your Roof FIRST, you want firotcction for your roof. Then you want ffootllooks. Here's one name for both zinc mtmtzs Pure tine has no peer forcttdiirnttcc. Itdcllcs weather, fire, Iij;Iitnt'ni;. It can't rust or warp or .crack. It lasts a lifetime because it just naturally resists everything that destroys other roofs. l;or appearance, you'll be decidedly pleased with tltc soft, natural Rr.iy color nf this shin die. Illcnds yiili nny skyline. Also the butt end looks like a fine split-wood sIiIiirIc. First cost less, nnd tin cost ateru'tirds You nnd your architect ought to knownllnbout thi. Wtllt or (alt today far further information about The roof that's iLivsus new C. Y. SEMPLE 610 Writ 2 mi Street Oklahoma City, Okla.. T.Wphnna Walnut 014) rust. weigh less less to sMatyt.