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TULSA DAILY WOULD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1922
INDICTMENT NEAR IN JERSEY CASE Accusation in Hall-Mills Case in Three Days, Says Prosecutor MRS. GIBSON POETIC (tjclf-Stylcd Witness to Mur der Stales Her Cnso in "Truth Forever" NBW IimjNSWICK'. N. J Oct. SI. 4n Indictment In tlio Hall-Mills murdr case will como "within the next three days," according lo a abatement given out today by l';oecutor Heekmnn ot Homerset county. He declined to amplify Ills statement, which declared "iher mil be nn Indictment In tho llnll MHIs murder cnuo within the next three days." Ueekmun's stntcment nimo nt the close of a day ot melodrama whli'h civo little Indication that th do movoment was appronehlnB In the Investigation of the double slaying jif the Itev. Hdward Wheeler 'Iftll and Mrs. Ulcanor It. Mills, a member of his choir, on the Philips farm September 14. Shoots nt Kvrlliro, Mrs. Jano Gibson former circus rider, pursuer of corn thieves nnrt eelf-stylcd eyewitness to tho mur ders who lion been absorbing public Interest In tho drama for tho last five days, today became Irrltntcd at tho repeatod efforts of reporters to Interview her and slloocd them off her farm by the slmplo expedient of firing a charge of bird shit ovor their heads. Thereafter Interviews wero conducted by telephone whenover Mrs. Gibson could be In dured to answer the bell, Mrs. Gibson Insisted that William K'nstnn, New Hrunswlck mechanic, who has been appearing at her farm whero sho lives with her son Willie, was not her husband, but "only a relative." Hetoctlvc Tottcn, who has been checking up her story of tho shoot ing In which sho claims to havo Identified the slayer and his com panion, said this afternoon, how ever, that Knston was he- husband and that tho couple were In Trenton, N. J., running a furniture business until Mrs, Gibson pulled un stakes and turned farmer. HIneo then, Totteh said, Knston has occasionally reappoared at tho farm. .Mis. (Jllwou n I'oot. Mrs. Gibson, passed Into a ppellc moo, today and dashed off the fol lowing poem Vhlch sho save to a reporters "Truth lYirctrr." Tty M 11 H. JANK OinSON. "I stand before- a multitude Just mo an I nm! I know that I havo told the truth, And back of that I stand, No matter what befalls mo now. My duty I must do. 'I'll stick tn what I know Is just, And sen the whole thing through. Ah, who's iifiald of nnyono? When truth la In tho heart. What caro I for tho liar's tongue, That sends tho poison dart? Ilor truth and justlco I will stand and righteousness for all; The wicked como and go their way, But in tho end. they fall." When you nrranged for that cred it you snlil you mid your partner had' 1100,000 between you? Was that statement truo? Sure, It was true. I lived nn one sldo of the ioc.il Trust and Savings bank and hn lived on tho other. Hovton Globe. SENATE SEEKERS KNIFE EXPENSES Jampaitfn Budgets Cut to Bone, Reports of Four teen Show WASHINGTON. Oct. St. The hand of political economy laid heav ily upon aspirants to eats In the United States sonato during tho present campaign oecordlng to ex penditure returns filed today by 14 candidates with the secretary of state. This advance 'guard of returns, ,1th a single exception, shoned sen tors Keeking to return and new ottndldates for senatorial office has practiced tho samo economy shown i contests for tho house or reprc-ntntlves. llcan of Maryland, established n high eeora lor expenditures in inn prew nr cnmpaign by reporting an out- jv n f 14.1.7SSK7. ThU tun InrliiH. cd expenditures In both tho pri mary and general elections. The low mark was established bv Knrlo 11. Mnvfleld. fcennlorlnl enn- dldalo In Texas, who reported spending 110 for postngo nnd 15. CO for stationery. Mayflcld said he had received no contributions. The expense reports filed todny, xrepl tile one mnilo by Senator Braving Ruffo, Lion of Bari tones, in His Dressing Room Back Stage uy ii.uvi:y ii. galTj. Thero was a roar as of a million 1 bulls of Bush nn! "What Is it?" asked frlnnd wife. "Are they feeding tho lions at tho zoo?" On being assured that It was only Tltta Iluffo warming up In his dressing room, and that no harm could possibly como to her, sho ob served: "It sounds as If they wero feeding him meat." And with that wo made our way to the "bull-pen" whoro the most baffling of basses wns exercising his giant's voice In some sort ot a "fee, fie, fo, fum" Italian vocalization. Certainly hero was a voice to devour music critics, bored ushers and a claque Itallennc. all In ono Gargan tuan breadth. With knees a la ens tanets, we knocked at tho lion's lair. "Kntrar! Kntr.tr! Coom cent" bel lowed a voice that might easily have knocked over tho walls of Jericho had the Israelites known ot It. "Oohl I'm afraid!" gasped friend wife. "Nonsense," wo calmed her In our mon married manner. "Ho won't hurt you. He's just bidding us to como In from tho heart out. or rather the diaphragm up. He's as harmless as a turtlo dove." "Ola! Ola!" shouttd tho Gulli ver of baritones. "I nm glad to see you, Chcche, what nm I going to sing? Why, man, look nt your pro gram." "That's Just It," wo explained, but thero are no progrnms. As yet they have not nrrlved." And right then and there the bal loon went up nnd the Italian fire works began. Thero vcro(vcrhal sct- pieces and thrr o-coloied Itoman can dles, gestulatlng pln-whecls, sput tering crackers nnd a number of half exploded rci!- r'-s that ended In mtd-alr. "Mlserlcordlal Htrano! Zaprlsta! What am I to do? They will not know what It Is I sing. Thev will not know what tho Slgnorlna Kltzlu sings. Chlmo! Hitch a stnto " "Arilmo, caro Tltta," purled a. .lively treble voice from a near door way. "Nothing matters. Tho pro grams will como so let us wait a few minutes." Whereupon tho Junoesnue Anna Fltzlu and Tltta sat down Mil, as the novelists havo It, "conversation became general." "So you liked my Tagllnccl bus! mm?" said Tltta Ituffo. "Thero Is more I could do. hut It would do- tract from the Hinging and acting ot the others nnd as It Is I think l make Just n llttlo too much of tho role. Bo many people nsk mo why I mafco my Tonlo so usiy. well, no l a clown. Is ho not? And aro clowns over pretty? Non, non. a clown Is a buffoon, un pagllncclo, something of whnt tho French call a gobemouche nnd that Is what I make him. "All tho way from tho ridiculous ipera hat to tno crazy costume, ino Awkward gestures and clownish cos tumcs, I try to keep It In charnctqr and not make a parlor gentleman of win. We opined that he got far away from tho boudoir typo of baritone, and ho continued: "Next year I am to bo guest singer nt tho Metropoli tan. Ah, then New York will rco me In several roles. I don't know. Just now what l nm to sing, out several works aro being discussed maybo "II Ilarblcre." I llko tho vlovalo role, and they say I sing It flno." "He is tho best tonsorlnl artist I havo over seen," broke in Anna Kltzlu. "It would bo a pleasure to bo shaved by him. Why, If ho wero to ask 'Hay rum or comb It dry?' his very Intonation would bo worth a 26 cent tip." "Audlazlone. audlazlone." blushed Tltta Ituffo. "Sho makes a flattery of me. Certnlnly 'II Itarblere" of fers tho bnrltono tho grand oppor tunity of voice nnd presence Well wo shall sec. Next year I nm to do many concerts. My managers have nrranged concerts for mo all over tho country. Ah, that Is tho way to lenrn geography. Hvcry city I go I son Jhn sights; the monuments: the parks; tho people nnd the streets, I like to ting concerts. i Kvery night a different city with a different au dience, nnd all so strange nnd yet tho same. Clovelnnd they onnlaud like New York, and Chicago, It is moro so." "How do you like my new photo graph?" Inquired Anna Kltzlu, hand' Ing out ft precious fao-slmlle. "Thanks," said we, "It looks llko you as Nedda, which Is something to look like," "Zltto," interrupted Tltta Ttuffn, "look at mine. Do I not look llko tho William Farnum of tho Cinema togroph? I havo the neck and what you call It, "tho sport shirt' " "Grazla," said we, "you do resem ble William rnrnum, but you act more llko Douglas Fairbanks, and If Miss Kltzlu was only a llttlo smaller sho might bo Mary.Plckford, 'Ameri ca's fvecthcart'whatcvcr that Is.' "Sho is ft sweetheart anyway,". claimed Tltta Ruffo. "Walt until you hear her sing thn Ardltt 'II nnclo." then you will hear tho real vocal kiss." "That's all very well." wo said,, "but wo don't like our kisses vocalized. "Viva" said Miss Fltzlu. "the pro grams have nrrlvod. Let us get ready to beglh." And with a final bellowing and humming that sounded like nn aero plane motor under way, both singers 'tuned up preparatory to astonlsii Ing tho bourgeolse nnd knocking thn boobcry, (thanks, Mr. Jiencnenij right out of their six-dollar seats. In looking over tho program wo discovered that It wouldn't have mado tho si g uest dlffcrenco whetn er thero had been ono or not, ns the nudlenco knew every number on it, duo to a vlrtrola education. Ituffo will appear at convention hall Tuesday evening, No ember 7, under the nusplcos ot the Hyechka club. Advertisement. November Victor Records on Sale Today 0 518 South Main I'lnno mid Vlctrola Itcpnlr Department Headquarters Tulsa Malo Quartet. Phone Cedar 2697 Fran.'e, covered only tho primary rampaign Ka h candidate must file his final report, Including money spent In tho general election, with in 60 dajs after the election, A PLEA FOR MINCE PIES Jiidgo Askrit tn Id'Morn Them to I'rclYolilblllon Mile. f CHICAGO. Oct. 31. In a new at- uck on me voisienu act iy inn oin Victory distillery, Judgo George T. 1'sge, In federal dlsttlct court has been asked to restore mince pies to their pro-prohlbltlon standing when brnndy was a legltlmcta Ingredient. . Attorneys for tho distillery con tend tho Volstead net Is unconstitu tional If It prohibits tho sain ot pslrtlo-splrltuous liquors for cooking purposes. They suggested liquors havo a great valuo as an old to thn culinary arts nnd by some cooks ore deemed essential, especially In tho preparation of mlnro meats. EPILEPSY NOT A 'TAINT' Glandular TnvHmoiit fur Malndr1 Is Urged lijr Doctor. CHICAGO, .Oct. 81. Tho glandu lar treatment of epilepsy nnd Insan ity was outlined hero today by Dr. William Held In nn address nt an epilepsy clinic at tho Illinois post graduate medical school. "Epilepsy nnd Insanity ore not 'talnls,'" Doctor Held declined "They are simply tho result of In harmonious functioning of tho duct less glands nnd they can bo cured." "Improper functioning of the glands," hn said, "produce a toxti condition which results tn a mental cloud " MAYFIELD AGAIN 'PUT ON BALLOT Texas Court of Appeals ets Aside Restrain ing Order DAMS,"Texas, Oct. SI. The fifth court of civil appeals today ordered set asldn thn temporary re straining order, granted by Judge A. M Itlackmnn ot tha Seventy seventh district court Saturday, which forbade tho placing of tho tin mo ot Hsrle 11. Mayflcld on thn ballots, ns thn democratic senatorial candidate. Secretary of Hlnln filnplrs and W. A. Keeling, attorney-general, were cited to appear In tho fifth court ot civil nppeals nt 10 o'clock Monday. How Fat Actress Was Made Slim Winy nt roi'l nnw il.pan.1 anllra ly upon Marmoli I'raarrlptlnti Tablata (or trillions sin! rnnlrnlllnc im line rlav-r aotiraa ttlla that aha rnlutait alaailllr slut rntUr ly mlns thin naw form of th fttnoua Marmnia l'ra ilptinn, ami now. hy tnMnic Marmola, 1'rrm rlptlnn Tablrta rpversl times s iar, kaapa l'r w-UIti Jtm ilvht AM koivI ilfiiiiiflsli srll Ur niols rrricr Iptlun TnHctft at nna dollar for a rasa, nr If you pi afar you ran aa rum iliam iliract from tlia Mumnla Co. 4111 Wuoitwanl Ava. lUltoll, Midi. If you hat not trlail Ihsm. !ra ao Thay ar harmlaaa and rffH-tte Atlvsrllaa-inant. November 6, nnd sh w c illsn why Ihey should ii"t be ndludged In en -tempt of c uit, l-y the court of ap peals this nfternoi ii. Tho cliatloti ot tho secretary or slalo and ntlorney-genernl followed motion for such netlon by counsel for tho parlies who sought to keep thn namo of Hnrlo It. Mnvfleld off tho tmllnls and grows out of the easo originally filed nt Cmsii-ntin, Texas, In the motion asking that tho stntn officials bn died It was nllegcd that Mnvflold's tinma had been certified to thn couivy election boaids by Hie si i rdnry of state who had adUecd thn nti'irney-geiieral bn furn flmil disposition of the Injunc tion rnso pending In tho court of appeals, "Thn other day Herb McOhlo sent his family wssh to tho laundry, as usual," reports thn ColumbUM "Advocate " "Thn bnsket came b'ick and wan placed on thn back porch Hut It inn imt taken Inside) thn hoiiao that night, and next morning tho laundry wagon drovo nronrtd ngaln nnd thn watchful driver took tho basket back to th-l laundry nnd tho clothes wero washed all over ngaln." Muriel MeCormlck Is going ln'i thn movies. Tho excltl. g adventure of her own family ought to furnish n serial. s Wo nri cclulo Tulsa agents for .Miiualngurnr for Women nm! Chil dren, HtM-clally mailt garment for largo slo figures. Rtoro Hours! R;30 n. tn. to 6:30 p. in. Oprn Till n ii. ttu Saturday Wednesday, November 1 Here are many special items which you can buy today for $1. They are great values. VJ,e have marked these goods to the low price of $1 for quick clearance. Broken lines and discontinued numbers, but all standard merchandise which the Palace Clothiers are noted for han dling. BE HERE EARLY TODAY, as there will be no phone orders, deliveries, C. O. D.'s or charges. Boys' Department Girls' Heaver Hats, Cloth Hats and Velvet Children' Short Wool Sur, sizes 6 to 10; lints; 2.00 to 110 (T- (f black nnd brown; (-f AA values tDJL.Uu 65o values; FOUU I'AIIlHiDJL.UU (Only ono to a customer) ' ' Hoys' nnd Girls' Itound Ticket Blockings; ICneo I'ants, sizes 8 to.lS; broken lines, very i-lzes 714 to 10; In black only; these nro good qualities; 12, 12,00, 13 and fl1 AA 60c and 60o Q-t AA 13.80 values tDJLeUU qualltlcn ....... .THItKH KOU iDl.UU Hoys' nnd airls' Wool Sport Hose, Holeproof Hoys' Munslng Union Suits, nges 2 to 10, quality; 11. CO and 13 (T- A A some 12 nnd 14 sizes; white AA values tDXaUU nnd ecru; 11.35 values tOJLaUU Hoys' nid Girls' Thrco-Quarter Sport Hose, Hoys' Neckband Shirts, white nnd fancy roll top; 4 to 10; G0o-7Gc A A madras, sizes 12 to 14V. fl- Afi values, TH11EB PAIItS tDl.UU 11.60 values 3lUu Doys Cloth Hats, sizes Stf to 7; $1 and Boys' Handkerchiefs, with self Q1 AA 11.25 values, specially , (P- A A bottler; 2Co values ... .SIX FOR iDJL.UU priced TWO FOR iDx.UU x Hoys' School Caps, sizes 8 to 7 It; 7Go to Boys' Hlcock Initial Hells, In sizes 24 to 11.25 values, (T- AA 30; 11.60 values (gj AQ special TWO FOR 3)JLUU Hoys' Khnkl Pants, very heavy quality; slzet Hoys' Four-In-IIand Ties, BOo (T-f A A 6 to 18; 11.00 values fri AA values Timnt! FOR tDl.UU nt , Jbl.UU Hat Department Furnishing Goods clouts, $2.50 to ?4 (gj qq Department Men? Capsbroken AA JaumaiVsril';' rerr'n'" 3ft aa lines; ?2 nnd ?3 values J)Ul values ftl.UU .1 Ttnn.nan.n... Sl,1 Orcnnrtlno Kirlt Ties, plain and fancy ad ics Hosiery Department rotors; values to 12 jji nn Lndies Holeproof Silk Hosiery, for Jbl.UU lot 590;?1.25 AA Holeproof Lisle Hoso, in A A values pi-Ul all colors, three pairs 4)XlU SEE WINDOW DISPLAY JLCLCJLo On Main at Fourth s Charmingly Becoming Frocks Blending Clever Styline with Prniscworthy Utility $ 19 75 - 125 Long waistod nnd normal waist lines; straight lined and boll sleeves In some ln stances; circular skirts frctiuently, (juitc often wrapped around in coat fashion. A flash of bright colored embroidery bespeaks a Kussinn influence. New ap plications of braidings, cordiiiK and folds all tend to identify theso fijll-tofrether pleasing frocks with the prevailing modes. S i I k Frocks in Canton Color arc navji, Woolen Frocks In Polrct Crepe, llrochc. Crepe Sat- brown, tan and Twill, Trlcolinc and Wool in, Chartnctme black. Canton 8 Look for the Mark! Tho Norwegian "Fisherman- Mnrk" of ntinlitv and I goodness that is on every Dome 01 I assures you health-building, vltamine-bearing cod -liver oil in its purest form, pleasant to take, readily assimilated and transformed Into strength. Tha "Fbntrman Mark" thould be on every bottle ot emulsion you buy. Bcott At Boimt, Woomfltld. N. J. ti-iS ton CONSTIPATION BILIOUSNESS Headache ' INDIGESTION Stomach Trouble SOLD EVERYWHlHt- Place Your Order Now for Engraved Christmas Greeting Cards Pau for them when uou arc ready to use them. We are better equipped than ever to handle your holi day engraving, with a large variety of greeting cards. Wc have our own Embossing Plant the only one in Tulsa. Palace Office Supply COMPANY Exclusive Commercial Printers and Stationers 318 Sooth lioulder Tulsa, Okla, Just to I,ct You Know Wc Now Have in Our Toilet Goods Section Hourjola Mundcrlno Itousre nt 7Sc, 11.25 and Sl.ftO -Ilourjols Indlcnnn for oyn. Inslios and eyclirows. . . . .tido a Msybelllno for eyelashes and eyebrows ....7Bu Stein's hair color for eye lashes and eyebrows 7Ao a Ltnulol I.nsh I.ux for eye Isshes nnd eyebrows 7So Hudnut's Threo Flowers Imtli Crystal Sl.oO Prices Are Reduced On Imported Japanese Lunch Cloths -Fast colors nnd ex ceptionally ,pretty , patterns, including cherry blossoms and wisteria designs. Specially priced for, Wednesday, Thurs day and Friday, -18x48 cloth, regular price $1.25, special 90c 1)4x54 cloth, regular price, $1.75, special. . .$1.00 GOxfiO cloth, regular price, $2.00, special. . .$1.25 72x72 cloth, regular price, $2.25, special. . .$1.69 12-in. napkins to match, regular price $1 per dozen, special, G for 35c Crystal $1,110 V' Jto -BFr sa- a7 jn gr jppr jsw jvr to" SSI sr star w kw a HHanaVOHnaVMB II VICTOR RECORDS For November On Salo Today Poo Coinidela 1.1st on I'niso Threo jtfjwtinw. ANY SKIMERWTI0N WILL HEAL ASOOUORUGGISI Clear fo the Poin& Thclittle screw that holds Wiss Scissor blades to gether is accurate to the thousandth part of an inch; it won't work loose. That's one reason why Wiss Scissors don't wabble or spread apart. They cut, clear to the very points; and stay sharp. CttapaireflV'ntStiinhurttmd Nail Stition. They arc the most serviceable nude. Either Style Ji.ioa pair Gutrtnttti For Site Wherever Good Cutler Ii Sold. IMIlu v. i. vr W No, 5ojtf s J!