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PROSPERITY OIL SECTION
TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1922
LIP STICK CASE
TO HIGH COURT
19 pdimc ncTrPTinM
Feats of Physicist in the
Solution of Crimes
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Arkansas School Girl Is
Determined to Fight
omuut, iv. rreemnu, Lol, A. A. Rollcstono and Efl H. Rollcstono, officials of the Roland Oil corporation Hmtow, whoso phenomenal success in oporatinj? in the Hristow fioltl
opening up theCreek county poor farm p ool hn been the sensation of the year in oil circles.
The Roland Oil Corporation
I'VKI!. Dec. 25. A chemist, of re.
.urs lias bpcomo the best
i, iv.) detective In France. Kdmond
v , a small, .dark, quiet man; ho
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n U lliuutrrii ciutiiuii iu'iura
tlio Palais do Justice; he Is
v criminals or nil clashes, and
( , MinlB fame promises to sur-
iMphonse Iiertlllon, the
fingerprint expert who died
,.r Rayle Is chief of the teoh-
'.i.i . au of tho l'nrls pollcofile
nt. Hero ull tho criminal In
, .mi of tlto republic t.i cunon
l. i ,,-isslfled and studied. From
1'i'an. the expert chemist and
.ft gives directions In tho f.eld
in nal detection. So successful
A ijcn that tho Ignorant enm
.aMses havo come to regard h m
orker in "blaek magic." His
i . methods liavo been Ftudled
polico dr-pnrtment of New
City, Doctor Ilayle rarely
Tivich attention 'to tho p. n-
nt criminals or their part.cj'ir
. Ho works rather v. i
.al things. Ills workshop con
of many rooms und p ,. ..ge-
, equipped with nil tho para
lalia of a big industrial labora
and Includes n photograph
-v. He has spectroscopes m "
lift and x-ray machines by the
each fitted for a special" pur-
U' n us examining blood s.icts,
d documents, counterfeit mon-
wdcr burned clothes, and the
, .igo that is picked up on a
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Din '.or TUyle's study Is lined with
boc;;s on science, and catalog rec
ords of his work. In tho records of
his bureau, there are registered no
less than eight million names of per
sons involved In crimes, past and
"T'io detection of crlms todar Is
jomhing very different from the
popular conception," said Doctor
Bil"" to the Associated Press corre
spondent. "Tho Sherlock Holmes
end Arseno j.upin fitorie3 or great .
(nrmmls and their feats arc, no
ilnu' , most entertaining, but that Is!
n'.l I c m nay for them. From my
npint if view, thero is no crimo that 1
cannnt bo detected, that does not j
lavc its traces behind, at least thco
rct.ciliy For ono thing criminals,
as a rule, aro not very Intelligent.
The uneducated man usually com
mits crimes of passion and brutality
ths tducatcd man runs to fraud.
"My mothods astound tho Ignorant
criminals, and they havo come to
lear me when I enter tho courts. The
no-called Intelligent professional
crm.r.als nccm to have- begun to try
to tli wart mc, In a small way. Now
adais they endeavor, by wearing
glimn. not to leave fingerprints be
ll ml but wo havo reached tho point
nlMio their fingerprints through
gloves can bo detected.
"C.imo la really not very mysteri
ous. Tho curious point to mo is that
tho crimen which interest mo most
do nut Interest the public.
"Thero has been very great pro
fres mndo in the deto'ctlon of crimo
durn tho past six or eight years,
pi:, ul.irly through tho application
cf i iivfmrtry and photography to de
"I" my opinion, we aro not yet In
s.Bl.t of a crimeless civilization.
Cr.iae Is a part of human naturor
JIui n of It Is spontaneous. Tho fear
of detection and punishment will not
"I would like to point out that parti
of our endeavor has been to nMp to
protect Innocence, and prevent the
miscarriage of Justice. Science does
not seek to convict. It looks for tho
truth, no mora and no less.
"During tho war a spy cam, that
of a certain Vigo, alias Almereyda,
attracted much public attention.
The man was found dead In his cell.
and tuere wero thoso who claimed he
had been assassinated there. The
only evldenco was two spots on his
thoo laces. By comparatlvo analysis
of. these, ono I found to be mud and
tho other paint off his bed, and I
was ablo to conclude hs had hanged
himself and thus clear tho Jailers of
"Another case: durlnr the war, a
young captain wrote his mother the
sight before ft battle In which he was
killed. A postscript to the letter re
voked a former will In favor of his
wife. By analysis of tho Ink and the
handwriting in this postscript. It was
shown that the mother had forged
his signature, Sho confessed It,
though her confession added nothing
to the value of the proof.
"We aro beginning to eliminate
tyewltness proof In crime. We pre
fer our owrf, as eyewitnesses distort
ths facts without BOBicttmea wishing
vn. (science cannot ne.
"Mrs. Rla.n.1- ertalnlr mnnd
htrseif ori mo for neclectlnr her ln-
She remarked to rrerrbodr that
t was old enough to be a trifle for-
letrul." Boston Transcript.
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Disintegrates and Prevents Boiler Scale Formation,
Corrosion, Pitting and Foaming
If, after w teat a sample of boiler feed water and recommend
NONBDAX, we will furnish a quantity ample for a 30 or 0-day
test. If NONEDAX does not dissolve the formed scale and prevent
'he formation of new scale, we will make no charge for the Quan
tity used In making the test.
NONEDAX 14 a dry chemical compound. 100 soluble In water,
will not Injure metal, rubber or packing; Is tho most economical
compound for the purpose.
NONEDAX Is an Ideal treatment for water used In cooling gas or
oil engines to prevent corrosion and scale.
Southern Chemical Mfg. Co.
IjEO ICAUFSIAN, Gen. Jfgr.
819 South Detroit
E. H. Itollrstonc.
Ed II. Itollcstone. secretary and treasurer of tho Roland Oil corpora
tion is also a leader In clvlo affairs, Ho 1H president ot tho Brlstow
chamber of commerce, post commander ot tho American Region, director
ot tho American National bank and with his father Is owner of the new
Koland hotel at Brlstow. .
Fisherman's Paradise Re
vealed When 800 Pounds
of Bait Is Found
wHBKLma, vr. vs.. trr ts a-
story that will do either for a fisher
map's dream or a case ot the Jim
Jams. It was told as the gospel
truth by 8ervlce Director Sweeney
of Martins Kerry, on the Ohio sldo.
He was called upon to Investigate
tho clogging of a manholo at tho
North -echoolhouse there. Ho and
an assistant wont to tho place armed
with tools to cxtrlcato ivhatevpf
could have filled a throe-foot pipe.
They found three masses of s,llmy,
wriggling fishing worms, weighing
altogether S0O pounds, each shaped
like a bunch of bananas and each
being larger than a man. It was
found, according to Mr. Sweeney,
that the worms had crawled Into tho
manhole from too roots of a near
by tree, whore they had breeflod.
X man who had been arretted on
suspicion was appearing before the
"What were you doing wjien the
pollcqman cant " aaked the mag
istrate. "Waiting, ttr," rjHed th prison
er. "What wcr you waiting for?"
"Who was to give you money T"
"What did he owe It to you for?"
"Enough ot this tomfoolery,"
snapped the magistrate, who by now
was very angry. "What do you do
for a living " t
"I'm a waiter, ulr." replied the
innocent man.-London Answers.
Light Has Burned in
House for 32 Years
Prom tlio New York Trlbun.
BALTIMORE Tho mystery of
tho light that has been kept burn
ing 32 years In tho vcstlbulo of
tho old Walters mansion on Mount
Vornon placo may be cleared up by
tho death oC Mrs. Jennlo Walters
Delano, 73 years old, at her homo
39 East Thirty-sixth street. Now
York City. 8ho was a daughter of
tho late William T. Walters, mllllon
alro founder of the Walters Art
gallery here, which is connected
with tho residence In front ot which
the light burn? night and day.
As thp story goes, Mr, Walters
objected to his daughter's marriage
to Delano and his will cut Jior off;
but tho "perpetual light" made its
appearaneo soon after her wedding,
and it was said by thoso profc.selng
lntimato knowledge of tho family's
affairs that it ropreontod ropon
tanco which ho would not put Into
It was said Mra. Delano's brother,
Henry Walters of Now York and
Bnltlmoro, gave her one-half tho
vast fortune left by their father.
Members of tho family havo denied
the disinheritance story. Another
explanation wait that tho light would
rontinuo to burn so long as a mem
ber of tho Walter's family lived.
Brown, a newly wedded suburban
ite, had promised to bo home from
town at 0 o'clock. At midnight his
wlfo frantically sent six telograms
to tut many of his frlnds Hying In
town, 'asking each If her husband
was (.topping with them over night.
Toward morning hubby and his
browen-down motor car wero ap
l).ore: -('.own motor car were up
senger boy rushed up -with six telo-
All ot them read: "Yen, John Is
spondlng tho night with mo." Ios
Angelen Times. .
Best Wishes to
All Our Customers
and Friends for
A Happy and Prosperous
Manufacturers of Ox
ygen and Hydrogen.
' Jobbers of Welding
and Cutting Apparat
us and Supplies.
Tulsa Oxy-Hydro Co.
Third Floor First National Bank nulldlng,
riiANT IN WEST 1VTISK
WILT-iAUD FOSTER, l'rcs. W. Ifc KISTIiER, Vice Pres.
GRANT 11. 5tcCTLLOl'&H, Kccj.-Trcaa.
Ool. A. A. IUtllostune.
Col. A. A. Rollostone, president of tho Roland Oil corporation, Is .one
of tho most successful Independent opertor8 In the Mld-Contlnent field.
Ho is a philanthropist and city builder and Is often called "Brlstow's best
human"! n vestment."
FOSSIL TUSKS ON
THE IVOR YMARKET
Supply Is Small, How
over, so Value of Pro
duct Not Affected
ZTjr tb AnocIt& Pr.
IX)NDON. Dec 80. The Jatea ad
dition to the National History de
partment of tho British museum Is
the skull and tusks ot a Siberian
mammoth, the first eyer brought
Into western Europe. Tho skull was
dug out of tho Ice on one of tho
Slborlan Islands of tho Artlo. Pro
sorved ns It was In cold etoragu
through countless nges, it Is re-,
markably fresh, even to tho frag
ments of skill still attached to tho
By examining the tooth, which aro
in excellent pondltlon and about six
Inches In diameter, exports havo
established that they uclonged to n
full grown fcmnlo mammoth. Tho
bonos ot tho head aro snow whlto
In conti.iPt to the uiual fossil bonex,
which nro stained brown or black.
Tho tusks aro 12 feet long, and tho
Ivory Is in perfect condition. Their
value ns Ivory Is placed at 1,500.
Ijarga quantities of fossilised ivory,
dug up In various parts of Siberia,
aro now coming to England for
sale. A ship 16-ad of those remains
arrived recently tiliu was sold for
prices higher than pnld for Indian
Tho supply of such Ivory, how
evor, Is limited and It will not havo
any material effect on tho market.
A novel liquid preparation when
applied to ruaa in silk stockings
(tops them until they can be repaired.
Tlio Eternal Ffcimc
Blam has electricity now, and tho'
thoughtful eloctrlo light people aro
doing their best to glvo good sorvlre.
Livingstoii . ..
Claude li. Freelund, vice president of the Roland corporation, Is ono
of tho pioneers of tho great RriMow pool. He, like his associates, the
Rollestones,Js a clvlo leader nnd Is using his fortuno for the Improve
mont and upbuilding of his homo city.
In every room In a Bangkok hotel Is
posted a notice In various languages.
Thn English version reads:
"Sir For thn caso that your rlec
trlo light should fall, wo beg to solid
yoit'lnclosod post card, which please
send us at onco when you find your
light out. Tho company will then
send you nnother $ost card." Log
1CNOUUS, Ark., The famou
"Up stick" raw ot MUs I'sarlIMmslev
against lh Knobel iuhll school
board of directors Is due ot. r.omo Up
for Higiimont shortly In tl)o Arkan
sas supreme court.
I'earl had violated the '6oard'a or
der against tho use of coslmettcs nnd
she was told to tther g wash hr
"artificial complexion" or-go hom.
She went homo.
Thn board explained thidt Its order
litttnilnit fncH powder, nfy.ort skirt,,
nnd pek-a-boo waists In, school wio
mndo bioatia "we found 3t landed to
dllrni't thn attAtillnn, especially rjf
tho boys, In nchool."
Miss I'ugslsy, howevyr, said she
believed In women's rt;hts to Uftp
ntivtblng on their faces' that would
make them "look Iwttm-" ahil
brought suit to forco tli'e school
bnnrd to set aside the ruli; that hn
might return to school Smd btlfij
her ltowdrr puff hack wltfn her. .
JiuIko W. W. Handy In the ClXy
county rlrcitlt court', Imld ths rUl'
was tmren.B0iia.bln and unjust, tHat
"boys nnd girls sllko nllght woar It
without Injury to nnyiina," but did
not giant thn mnndajnus, on the
ground that tho tnstttnnny did nf)t
show tho school bodrd had evar
Sam-tinned tlio action of Prof. N. E.
links, f-hool suporliittendent, In ex
pelling AIIS4 ruBsipyr
Tlio case was nitpealed. to th
supremo court nnd tlo school board
hns now adopted a strategic pro
Mrst, the board recently aban
doned tho two years' high school
courso In vogu at the school ffii
more than throe years. "Iick p(
proper library and laboratorr
equipment" Is given ns tho caitef
for this action. Miss l'ugsley iwhw
In hor first year of IiIhIi school wher
wxpolled, and cvon should sho wjn
thn mandamus shn could not return
to school, slncn tho hlghor graden
hnvu been abandoned.
Hocond. tho bonrd'n petition In the
supreme court (dates tho rule luib
Mntc thnviisn of cosmetics has not
been reniloptcd and Is pot now in
Miss Pugsley. the "Joan d'Arc"
of tho Up stick war, Is now attend
ing school at Corning, six rnllen
north of hero, whoro, sho says, shr
Is "determined to complete her edu
cation. "It wasn't a desire to create
troublo when the suit was brought
she explained. "I merely folt that
my toos wore lining trampled on, g
to apeak, and tho Irish blood In rip
began to boll. I'm going to flgh.'
tho caso tn a, finish In an effort
to uphold women's rights to use all
rnasnnnbln means to look their host
at all times.
"On his deathbed my fathet
wanted mo to carry tho caso to th
courts and I'm going to do Just what
I think ho would havo wanted mc
Mlsi Pugsley says she h re
ceived a "half ton of letters" from
thousands ot admlrern all over' the
country, who aro asking her tt
continue tho fight shn Is waging.
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