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TULSA DAILY WORLD, MONDAY, DECEMBER 1. 1022
MINE WAR TRIAL
RESUMED TODAY
State Will Continue Pil
ing Up Evidence Against
Rioters
STORY OF TRAGEDY
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a i i tii i i ix i i it - i ' i imKkii'
tor, Attempl ing to Provi
Murder charge
tty thl I Ml Olata 1 PreSS
M M;l'iM. 11! P Dec. 17 Wlln
fimr of the f i .. defendant! pointed
out in the courtroom ns having
boon K-i ?! with nni daring the
Herein riot irhtn 10 nonunion
miners were elatn. the proMOtlttan
tnilav pi' : 'ii'il to oontlntin 111
proMtitfltio i of Iti i 11 1 the opon
in): r th aecond wick of the nisi
tomorrow.
liurlng tli four daya the courl
was In iMOtOn lUl wi'll n score
or persons tMtlfied 1 1, h t tbey had
witnessed iii attack on the "atrip"
mine wiicra tim trouble started, the
mare h through Harrln of aevcral
hundred singing and nhoutlng man
and In v who drove before thaffl
x prlaonora, tba ahootlng down '
tin- eaptlvaa and the rinding "f Mi i
mutilated bodies,
wltnraaea Helm taut
(taltlngly, from tha Up "f np
patently reluotant Mid eomntlmea
protaatlnc eitnasnegj mmip of them
farmers or minora ami frlanda 01
neighbors of the eeeueed, tha state
pieced together the Ktory of Hie
trafady, navar swerving from Iti
announced datarmlnatlon to present
the cftsg almply ss one of murder
imii without any oonntctlon with
any labor dispute.
Two witnesses, Ooorge H. Har
rison ntnl hi" eon, I'n'l, a atUdanl
of iho University el Illinois, taatl-
f tori thai they had seen u flectim
fugitive shot down bp a group of
Bbotit -' men in ho ran through
the fields nnd that ih"v bail lalSI
fonti'1 pi-vi i it I bodies, one of I horn
banging from n tror. Fred Har
rison Mid he pravloualy had east)
Bar) OrtHi ono or tba dafaudanta,
with a gun in hie hand.
in ail Tied wiih Ropes.
Marshall Lenta ami hli brothtr, 1
M Lanta, testified, that tbay bad
found fix dead or badly woundod
mn lyltrfc 111 the middle of Iho mail
hound together by n rope nhonl
their necks naar the Rarrln ceme
tery. They said that In a small
woods tbay had found Id mora
dead am) wounded mo n uinr" later
more hanging from tree. Tbay In
ii-n tt'd thi'V hart mot Herbert Walk-
r, who h under Indictment but not
on trial. With " gun.
Chmles M. Bwln, a Chicago
new "paper man. testified that he bad
aaan iba six dead and sronndsd men
lying In the toad In front of lb
remctery, that three of them wen'
etui breathing ami that ht waa pre
eMtOd from bringing them a ill ink
Of water by Bart timer, who. tha
wltnaaa said, puabad ona of tho vic
tims wllh his foot utnl declared with
a euraai
"There'll no water for yon here "
BushneWs Cartoon Movies of News Events in Etcfit Reels
of year" had rotted away In etcrnl'y
WOUld ba 7a0,00 years to break
fast tlmg."
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JAPAN FOR 2 -1 YLHXS
7y y PR LI -SWA KIM TN THE
SACK HAY MTRm. CRRlJETTAS TREE
A M That I. ol Mm k In n IVOOO,
Krank tlreene, woo will be the
in xi rapuallean tanator from Ver
mont, "aye a fat oik e'u k betwaan
the ralla of a tanco in Vermont Wt
the beginning of n Chain of ClrCUm
alanoex that eventually lad to the
election of Andrew JackaOfl a
nreiident of tb" I7nl oil Btatex
Thin intaraatlng cram occurred 1
in the apring alaotloji In Rhoda 1
Island In Iba year llll, For yen re. I
la ona amalt towi ih batwaon I .
Ii ijaciurH 1 akc ( (ihii
V. lUl PJ 1 T" IIO'l 1 I'll" , inr II' liPll'.iin
party winning by only one or wo
votea. A federal farmar waa hur
rying actoaa the flaldt to get to the
polling place before U o'clock, the
was found tha: a democra', or war j
repreaentattva, from that town w ;
! elected tn the legislature by one
rOt A fW week later, the ga
! eral anaemhly elected a democrat, !
or war. fnlte.l R a e M-natnr.
in 1112 tiie daeiaratian of war with
England n eairrlad in th rnited
S'atiyi senate by one vote. Cenerii!
Jgckaon WMt nominated a' major
j general, and the ganata oonflrmpd
him by one vote. Ba won the fa
1 muoe battle of New Orleana, and be-
cniie a popular m n ary tiei'o, unit
a grateful people elected him praaj
dant of the United Btetea
Mortuary
Hire Timer t Mrvleel for M-.
Rti'S. 11 Huutli Cjulluy,
will be held frnm aevvnth lny ,
church Monday alrrrnnon hi j
llurli! will b imote In Oaklawa
nrwver-- Panera! airvlata 1 1 ,t ,
mth C, HenviT, wtio itl,i N:
a 306 Real Hevetilh. Saturday
t) held from the Htnnlay M
at X 3 o'clock Monday gftei
mpr.t will ba made In tlia H lit )i
tary.
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Prill,,,
Ivantk.
not I,
aetata,
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liriur of itoaing, when he noticed one
of his blggaal and most valuable
pigi faat In tho fryice. It took onn-
tldarable time to M rlcata it. when
he got within 100 teal of the polling
place the town clock utrurk ii, and
the election wae 0vcr.
And CloilwH From Man
win Operatg on Print 1 rjre.
LONDON, Dec. 17 Prlnc. aeoraj
tho kind's youngest aon, will b,
operated on for appemiii ;i
Immediately a tiling t.. to. nniw
yar
Mall. I'lime tieorge Is
MINNKAPOT.IS Minn.. Dec. 17. old and Is a nnval cadet.
H'tii)ied to hi underwear and socks
by holdup men who robbed him of Alia political party has
all his outer Clothing nnd t'.ii In a OOUPlg of years now It
Caah, Joseph Kone, Vancouver, B. j someone with the finnm .
C. was forced to wander about the of Hamilton, the pattern 1
streets In a residence taction here! coin, the fortnight of
1 early to. tight In zero weather for and the courage of Jackson
Whi n tha ballot wart counted It some time before he could get aid News
10 do for
I mt up
genial
"f Un.
ishlngtos
Dt troit
FATIMrV
CIGARETTES
now
'-a-eee
Tales They Tell In the
Capitol Cloakrooms
WANT NEW COTTON RATE
Bonds 'U Thai Oklahoma, Crop iu
Pol t inier Mobile Bale,
MObULBi Ala., Dan. 1". - Submit -ting
a proposal to the Western
Ktelght nssoclntlmi. the I.oiiImIiimii
nnd Arkansaa railroad has asked
that th New in leans rate on cot
titt goodn from Oklahoma pointe
bo establlshid In Mobile, Notice to
thll effect haa been received by tho
traffic bureau of the chamber of
i ommayca.
The L and A, which oonneotl W'lth
Iba Mil Is Ippl Central serving Ma
A Story About 'Icxiis W oil oh.
Col Homer I). Wade, famous
Texas ranchman, was In Waelilngian
recently. A New Kn,:la ml -oni;ies-man,
who had never been farther
west than Tidlome, l'a asked him
If there were any wolves 111 TdgM
' Any wolves In Texas"' repeated
Wad. "Well, f should sav Ibeie
ara wolves in Texas. Why, brother.
It was only last winter n it I had
the most exciting wolf chase of my
life. I WM tiding my roan pony
through 11 ep.irscly set led section
of tha panhandle on my ay to look
at a bunch of cattle wis thinking
f buying, Along nbOtfl I o'clock In
me morning 1 discovered to my hor
ror that 1 wan being followed by a
park of wolves Tin noise they
made was bloodcurdling. As soon
as ihey goi within pistol shot I
biaxial away and put a bullet
i through tho heatt of the lander,
Man. how' glad 1 was to see tbe rest
of the pack stop and devour him
1 spurred my poay, hoping to reach
I place of eatery, BUI they still came
on, uud I ehc ftnotbar a lilch they
topped tg eat. 1 kept Ibis up until
1 hid sh it 17 of them, nnd iho last
one was piirsuiou me .it ejus,, range
I act of "HIIIV Hamlet:
i And these few precepts In thy
memory
i Look thus character. Cllva thy
thoughts no tongue,
i Nor any unprupor lon'd thought
Ilia net.
Bo thou familiar, but by no means
vulgar.
The friends thou hast, and helr
adoption tried.
Orapple them to thy soul with hoop
of steel;
Rut do not dull thy palm with en
tertain ment
Of each new hgtch'd, unfledg d
comrade. Beware
Of entrance to a ijuarrel; but,
being In,
llesi l ihat th" opposed may bewn.-e
of thee.
but few
In tide of tgmt Is a leaden raakat, her
met i' ally sealed, weighing over two
ton. Inside of that rests n mahog
any coffin containing the remains
Of the great man."
Crowther was silent for several
moments, as If in profound medita
tion Then he bestirred himself, and
Maid I
"It seems to me that you've got
him nil right, but if he ever gets Ottt,
I wish you'd cable me :tt tnv agoanaa
wssnmgton or my noma town or 0ive t.vpry ,an thir,. tar
mmmmimMi. - ,hy v()lcc.
Take each men's censure, but re-
"iiiu" ghakoaprnrc'i Oonmaonfi o sorva thy judgment
OtUtrnOtOV Costlv thy habit as thy pume can
Of some queer reason the talk I '"' ...
In the house cloakroom drifted to a Bt not express d In fancy; rich,
dtaouaolon of character. "Uncle ' no' gaudy:
Joe" Vordnay, Of, Michigan, choir- Fr th "Pl'arel off proclaims the
man of the house committee on j man;
wan nnd means, started loud laugh ' And they In France, ef the best
'or by declaring tha: that pnrticu- j rnnk and station,
I if discussion, or any other problem, Are most select and generoue, chief
How iong ts Etornttr,
Senator Hi ram Johnson of Cali
fornia, says the befit explanation
of eternity he ever Heard was made
by a Salvali,':! Army lass, who said:
"Bternltyl why, you dont know
he manning or that word! Neither
1I0 tl It Is for ever and ever, and a
doaen or nioro everlastings on toji
of that. Von might place a row of
figures from bare around the world
and back, n i l add them ull up. and
it wouldn't begin to tell how many
ages long eternity is. Why, my
friends, after millions and trillions
ill . 0r
for TWENTY
and after all, what
other cigarette is so
highly respected by
so many men?
Let Fatima imoktrt
uilytu
Ltccrrr & Myeri Tobacco C
one jnuir-cujr, ..... ao-o pii.p,,-., , , ,lletantng in n.ltlclpa-
the , ,v lole.'iiiM rule nil nil ill 1 1 1 - . ... . -
balaa for Mobile from that terrl-
i
A nli
fat, hot breakfast,
Hon of
and "
: "W ilt a bit, watt a hit. old top "
. , . , , , . u Inter t u pled t he New K 'i g it tiller "ac.
RAID ANOTHER DISTILLERY cording to
I wolf mnt hne had th" oiher 17 ln-
I aide of hlin.''
I "Coma to think of It." ralmly
replied Wade. "I tul that he did
I wobble Just a trifle."
Tim Maakod Men Overpower fluard
talM TVuek bond in Kentucky.
LAWBBNCBBURa, Ky 1. s, 17
Whisky runners rallied Bond broth
distiller) seven mllea rrom thia uphssao Otbia at m i iH-nsr.M
city ami carried eawy a huge njpnn Congraaaman Prank rrowiher. of
Illy of whisky. Two armed and York, Willie iiiuUtng a tour of
masked men surprised the govern- I-lurnpe was greatly Impressed with
moot guard, Lister Titisley. hnr- the dignified manner in which the
rledly filled their truck with whls- guide explained the wondera of Nu-
ky nnd fled. poll on's tomb.
Tins lay was bandouff ed ami tied "This tremendous, earoophagus,"
In tba wan house, where he re- he pomp oisly declaimed. "Weighs
malned until H o'clock when he wwis 40 tons. Inside Of that. sir. Is s eel
found by a rural mall carrier, receptacle weighing II tons, and
Silverware FREE.
Sots ami sitifric piocos of Genuine Wm. ItogtH Silvor-w.-irp,
Aftiininum Sets, ('tit (lias.'', Watchos, Cloclis, I.nnips,
BoUMhold and KitOhfB Utonsils, Jowclry and other desir
bid nieri'liaiidise are piven free in BXChaUlfd fr the I'rofit
Sharing; Certificates packed in lireakfast lb l,ue Cut f -
one in every packaue.
You'll like Breakfast Del.uxe Coffee. It's the liifhest tfl itity
yodtiet of its kind on the market- extra select coffee beans, care
fully bWnded, gaa-ti at tcU ami packed in air ,,-ht rontainvra that
Inaura full strength, flavor and frcshnesa.
Ask Your Grocer
for a copy of the illustrated book de
scribing the many premiums given in
exchange for De 10X4 I'rofit Sharing
t'ertifieates All pood proeurs sell
Breakfast DrLuxe toffee in 1-pouud,
'ii pound and Ii pound cutis. And in
ea.h of the 21-pound cans (ggajjag a
Certificate) you'll find a Genuine Cut
Class Tumbler !
Stbakfast DeXuxe
iniiii lie soiveii ny eimply rererrlng
"to my Brand ii.il gbakeapeare.''
"I'll Jut call you on that." said
Congressman Nicholas LiOngWOth 01
Ohio "I'll phone over to Herbert
Putnam ut the library of congress
and get him to look up what your
friend 'Hill' says on the subject ut
i hataeter.''
A few minutea later the learned
iii.i n gntricu Mr. I'umnm sent over
the following paseai.
on the firs
In that.
Neither a borrower, nor a lender be
For loan oft' lose both Itself ond
friend.
And borrowing dui'iat the edge of ,
husbandry.
This above all, to thine ownself be :
true;
And it must follow, as the night the
day,
Thou , -a net not then he false to any
man "
Mail Orders Clveu
Our Prompt
ttcntton
mm
re rrt
Q A
Bohncfeld Service
A Better Valet Service
With the admirably equipped Workrooms of this Institution for
the cars and restoration of your clothing
tbe corps of eiperts who caiefully apply the elesnlng agents
the most Improved
eeptlon
facilities of modern invention and con-
Thus It la that we ate enabled to offer jou a valet service unique
In character and superior In quality.
"Not How Cheap nut How Good"
J
Bohncfeld Clean ing and
Hat Works
Main Of flew lit South Cincinnati Avenue
I'hone O-nge 1210 Coniitatlng All Departments
Select a Man's Gift At a Man's Store
And It is Sure to Please Him
Our iH.ortment of gift articles and men's furnishing goods is unusually com
plete. You will find here the identical things that a man would select for
himself merchandise of sterling qua ity, combined with very attractive
prices.
We are listing here a few gift suggestions from our stock that would make
"Him" happy on Christmas morning.
Our showing of Path Tloties Is unusually complete. No matter what ltlnd of robe
you have In mind, We have It. All weights, colors und .
fabrics, at prices ranging from 5t) CO
Bath Robes
Pajamas and Night Robes JlJI LL
r A r -V.
Pajamas and Night Robes are always pleasing girt articles. We hare them In
.ll we "lots--a ttl ' I tnplete variety to choose from at' fljsl lTf
:nm,'ing upward from ftlaDU
Mufflers
Mufflers malie appreciated gifts. We
have them In a complete variety of
both silk and wool. Many beautiful
colors to choose from at prices rang-
SI. 50 to .84
Hosiery
Clve him a box of hose for Christ
mas. We have them in fine Use', silk
or wool, put up In attractive holiday
boxea. Tho price range is
25c to S1.75
Neckwear
Our showing of neckwear Is one of
the largest in the city and prices are
most attractive Silk and knitted
ties In every popular color, put up in
holiday boxes If you wish.
65c, 95c, $1.35
$1.65, $2.35
Silk Shirts
Crepes, Jerseys, silks in plain colors
and satin-striped jerseys, combine to
make a most remarkable array of
high values at prices remarkably low,
quality considered
$4.85 to $7.50
Gloves
Glove gifts are popular and always
appreciated. Here you will find every
variety represented, from heavy driv
ing gloves to the finest dress kids.
The price range Is
$2 to $6.50
House Coats
Don't fall to see our remarkable show
ing of House Coats, Lounging Robes
and Smoking Jackets the rinest n
ortment ever phoy n at this store.
Prices are very attractive.
Heavy Bilk I.ounglrg Robes
$10,511 to g0
Woolen Slip, king Jackets. . S" to glS
Silk Jackets with fancy collars
flH.50 to g27 SO
Handkerchiefs
All men like handkerchiefs and
moat of them never have enough.
Ho are showing a h.widxome ills
play of Initial handkerchiefs in
holiday boxes of three, priced at
50c to $1.50
Sweaters
A handsome ahowlng of floe
sweaters in all styles and colore,
ranging from light worsted knit
coats for office wear to heavy rope
stitched pull-ons for school or out
doors. Priced
$6.50 to $12.50
Holmes Clothes Shop
221-223 South Main Street

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