Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 45, Ed. 1 Friday, November 2, 1917 Page: 2 of 14

TULSA DAILY WORLD FRIDAY NOVEMBER 2 1917
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BLUM MUST WAIT
YET FOR FREEDOM
Years in Penitentiary and
County Jail Without Be-
ing (liven a Trial.
LINN POSTPONES HEARING
Motion for Dismissal Put Off
Because County Attorney
Is Not Heady.
Grover Plum who h i spent nearly
three Jre.rs In penitentiaries r'fin
schools and nmniv Jails waiting for
trial .mil lio was 01 li icrl released
from ruHt.'ily hv tin1 1 1 tniinn I cm it of
appeals of 'klaliuma last I cccmher
must remain inlctlniie!y in 1 1 if T'llKi
county Jail.
This in effect was tho ruling of
District Judge Conn l.lnn yesterday
afternoon uIh ii hi- rcfusid to heap a
motion fur disum-sai lio-d liy .1. J
Kykcs nttoriii'y fur Ilium. Judge I.lnn
promised Id lifnr Die motion when
could get to It. The county attorney's
office was nut reaiy to arfue the cas-;
he raid.
No Charge rending.
There Is no charge pending ngalnst
filum yet In splin of tin' decision ;(
the highest criminal court In Urn state!
In hlH favor he In held In custody u
victim of the tnrriiiK-Mo of courts ami
jporhnps the indifference of the prose-
tutors who have been in office slnea
ho wn first arrested.
On February 27 191-1 Hluni wan
collided in I lie superior court lo re
on a clmrge of conjoint robbery. The
Jury fixed lim punlNlnneiit at flvo yearn
A TREATMENT
. FORNERVES
Woman Tells How Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
pound Helped Her.
West Danby N. Y.-"I nave had
nervous trouble all my life until I took
il.ydia E. rinkhara'i
Vegetable Com
pound for nerves
andorfuraalo trou-
bles and it ttralght-
Iened me out In good
shape. 1 work nearly
lull toe time aa we
live on a farm and I
have four girls. I do
nil my sewing ami
other work with
J their help so it
shows that I stand it real well. I took
the Compound when my ton year old
daughter cumo and it helped me a lot
I keep it in the house all the timn and
recommend it" Mrs. Dewitt Mnce-
BAi'GH West Danby N. Y.
Sleeplessness nervousness irritabil-
ity backache headaches drilling sen-
sations all point to female derange-
ments which may be overcome by Lydi
E. rinkham's Vegetable Compound.
This famous remedy the medicinal
Ingredients of which are derived from
choice roots and herbs has for forty
years proved to be a most valuable tonic
and invigoratorof the female organism.
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STOP CATARRH! OPEjN
NOSTRILS AND HEAD
Savs Cream Applied In Nostrils
lielieres Head-Colds at Once.
If your nostrils nre f lopped and your
head Is Ntuffed and you can't breathe
freely because of a cold or citnrrh.
Just get a small bottle of Kly's Cream
Hal in at any dnrfc store. Apply a little
of this fragrant antiseptic cream Into
your nostrils and let It penetrate
through every nlr passage of your
head soothing and healing the In-
flamed swollen mucous membrane
and you prt Instant relief.
Ah: how pood It feels. Toi.r nos-
trllB are open jour head Is clear no
more hawking snuffling blowing; no
more headache dryness or struggling
for breath. Kly's ('ream Halm Is Just
what sufferers from head colds and
catarrh need. It's u delight. Adv.
KDNKV
fHair
Grows LsaJ Soil
auky by Bsia
EXCLENTO
QUININE POMAOC)
which t a Hir Crow.
rr end which feed
the scalp and roots o(
the hair and nukra
kinky nappy hair
grow lonir. aoff mil
ilk v. It cleans damlmf f and stops fatt-
ing hair at once (.unrntcrd todoaa we
ay or money back. Price. 25c by mad
on receipt of atampa or coin.
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE
Write for Particulars
BXKIENTO MIDICINC CO. ATLANTA.
BLH
v a - ... j i -r
in the state penitentiary. Ilium laid
In Jail for we.H without the eouit
pronounclnk! Jui'lrment. A Ju II hresk
oi(urred nnd Ulum was one of thoso
who escaped. Later ho was captured
and returned to the sher'ff of Tulsa
county. The clerk of the court then
Issued a commitment assuming that
Judgment had been pronounced nnd
Ulii in was hurtled nway to tnn peni
tentiary. IjiI.t It was discovered that
I lie court had never pronounced
Judgment on Hlnm as prescribed by
law. His attorney Jvj. N. Syko.s then
applied to the criminal court of ap-
peals fur a writ of habeas corpus Attorney-!
lenera I l'icclliig and
'oiinty Attorney J. . Kuih resisted
the inutlon.
The higher court held that flliim
wan Illegally Imprisoned; that a mo-
tion for a new trial hid been filed by
lilin but fever passed upon by the
coint and that Judgment had nevei
been pronounced upon him which
rendered the commitment void.
The court ordered the prisoner dis-
charged from the penitential v mid ile-
llvi rc-d Into the custody of the sheriff
of Tulsa county to be returned to the
Tulsi countv Jail 'there to remain
subject to the further ordeis of tho
superior court f Tulsa county."
I'iHIIllsMsl I III' f'llSC.
I'fiilng that Mum could not be re-
tried on the original charge the
county nttornex' office. filed informa-
tion charging Ilium with breaking
Jail. They never gave him a prelimi-
nary ncnrlng on this charge however
unil the ease was disinl.shed on motion
of the county attorney.
I.lum him been trjitig all year to get
a iri'tl on sumo charge or other - any
chnrpc ho didn't care Juwt uo he
coul I have a chance to g-ct in court
ai.d t iake a fight for liberty. I
'I h. motion for dismissal filed yes-
terday cites tho opinion of the crlm-1
inn I court of appeals nnd represents i
that l.'liim has been held Illegally ever
Hince mm April- The- superior court
to wnosn custody ilium was remanded
by the high court has taken no action
In the premises since tho decision was
rendered.
And lllnm Is still behind Uie bars
waiting nnd hoping but apparently
forgotten I y all excepting his lawyer
mid it handful of staunch relatives
and friends.
l'unkville Paragraph j
Cricket Ilicks reports having seen a
girl that was doing her bit the other
day at Tlckvllle. .She was In a show
and she had red cheeks white skin
and blue eyes and sang "The Star
Fpanglcd Hunner."
Miss Oondola Henstnp has caught
up with the rapid march of the styles
mid has: a new hat. It hus a feather
sticking up In It to make her appear
slimmer.
Yum Sims went to Tlckvllle today to
see a detective about finding his shirt
which la somewhere In the luundry
there.
UikIu-sh1 -ae lt'blMil.
A V.ST Kit DA M Nov. 1. The grave
of rund lhichesa Alexandra I'alvona
of Kii"Sia In nlapost according to a
dispatch from the Hungarian capital
has be.in broken open and tho body
str'pped of Its Jew eh y. The chapel
eoi.tainliiK the -rave also wan robbed.
The rraml duchess was the first wife
of Archduke Josef 1'alallno of Hungary.
Maximalist Meet 1'osf imiiiiiI-
IVITItOiMtAI). Nov. 1 At a secr't
meeting of the Maximalists attended
by Nlrkol.il Inlno It whs decide 1 to
postpone the proposed Maximalists'
convention In Tefograd which had
been planned for November 2 and to
keep the date secret.
SOUTHERN BANKERS
ENTHUSED OVER IT
INCENDIARY COTTON FIRE
CAUSES LOSS OF $10000
Illue. Kiartsj IVw Minutes After Wam-
liijf IVoin CruttlicrV Associa-
tion lumo
Sjiis-ial to Tha World.
AI1HMOU!: tikla. Nov. 1. A cot-
ton gin belonging to the Ardmore Oil
& Milling Co. was burned here today
causing a loss to the plant of 110.000
and destroying cotton estimated at the
samo value.
The owners believe that the cotton
was set on fire by matches being
pluced in cotton wagons that were un-
loading. The same plant hail u fire
this morning and one last Monday but
they were extinguished beforo d image
was done. Within a few minutes after
the fire tho milling company was
culled by phone by the secretary of the
Cotton Seed Crushers association nt
Oklahoma City advising It to look out
for Incendiary fires and asking; that
double guards he placed at nil Kins.
It seems that there is an organized
movement to destroy cotton gin property.
MUSKOGEE NEGRO HELD HERE
MUNICIPAL JUDGE IMPOSES
A $50 FINErFOR VAGRANCY
A. C. Morris His IfoM Guilty as
(liargetlj Claims Hand
Springs as Homo. "
After an hour spent In hearing: tes-
timony and arguments pro and con
.Municipal Judge T. I). Kvarw yester-
day afternoon held thf.t the evidence
tender' ti show that A. C. Morris hud
not been engaged In a lawful and
gainful occupation fining the defend-
Morris who tontlfied he operated a
pool haJl In Hand Springs and came
to Tulna occasionally wua arrested
Sunday uftornoon In tho clement of
the Klist National Hank building when
police detectives Invaded those depths
seeking a reported Rumbling guino.
hon the presence of the officers be-
cimo known there w.-.s a wild scram-
ble staged by a number of men who
sought t j guln tho street but were
foiled by locked doors.
Altho Morris nor any of the others
were- caught gambling; table sur-
rounded by chairs and decorated by
playing cards nnd $30 in money bore
mute evidence that something; had
been In progm-a. Ho great wits the
luisto of the men to get 8-way that
some of rhetu irrai.ii.ri tu u-pn.
coats. Another person got hold of
-Morris' co.it. which later was taken
In charge by the detectives. When
Morris called at tfie station for the
garment he was booked on a vagrancy
charge.
Blllr Miles Vp Ajcaln.
Too much law and a too larg'J
amount of logtil talent employed In
his behalf In the county court yester-
day led ntlly Miles a liquor peddler
into a lot of trouble. Miles was up
beforo Judge Btandeven charged wltn
the unlawful possession of liquor. His
attorney argued at length and with
much force and convinced the Judge
thero was not enough evidence to war.
rant a conviction. And it was so or-
ocred. lint the county attorney's of-
fice was not -satisfied to see this man
slip from their clutches so they filed
(hurgeg In Justice Ianiels court
charging him under the habitual crlm.
mat act which makes the second con-
vli tion of an offense a felony. Miles
was convicted of the unlawful pos-
session of liquor on another occasion.
I.ffst of Led u res.
The last of three open lectures will
be given by Mlsa Mary Montgomery In
the farm demonstration room at the
county courthouse this afternoon at
8 o'clock. In this demonstration she
will show to the class many methods
of using corn meal. The problem of
.he substitution of this staple food for
wheat flour Is not known to many
housewives and to carry out the gov-
ernment orders to use less wheat they
nro handicapped by this lack ot
knowledge. They will be shown by tho
I
I
is all you should pay for
a Winter Suit or Over-
coat. We have a large
stock at this price and
they are well tailored
from the best fabrics
and according to latest
styles.
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Felt hats in all the lat-
est shades
$2.00
Shirts in the most styl-
ish patterns
$1.00
Warm underwear and
sleeping garments.
HOLMES CLOTHES SHOP
223 SOUTH MAIN
actual operation how this corn prod-
uct can be Incorporated In the menu
every day In the year.
Four Minute Men Named.
Special to The World.
C0LLIN6VIIXE. Okla. Nov. 1.
Judge J. F. Orr of this city has been
appointed chairman of the "Four
Minute Men" for this district by State
Chairman Glenn Condon. Mr. Orr ex-
pects to enroll a number of the most
capable speakers of the district to
carry on the work. John M. Oolds-
herry J. T. Marshall. I H. Petit and
H. C. llollman have been selected for
tho city of Colllnsvlllo and are al-
ready aiding the food conservation
program.
STRIKING SHIPBUILDERS OF
DRAFT AGE TO BE CALLED
I'xcniptlons Granted Tin-nose of In-
dustrial ItcMsons itcculli'd
When Work t cascw.
QI-INCY Mans Nov. 1. Officials
of the Fore Hlver plant of the lleth-
lehem Shipbuilding company were
prepared today to confer with com-
mrtees representing striking ma-
chinists and other employes in the
hope of adjusting wage differences
without further delaying government
shipbuilding work.
It was estimated that 3500 men
failed to report this morning.
At the request of the district draft
exemption board Foro River officials
today made up a list of all men of
draft age out on rtrlke who were
granted exemption on industrial
grounds. This will be turned over to
the draft board tonight. About 60 per
cent of tho strikers It was stated are
of military ago and were exempted at
the request of the company but the
board held thut this exemption applied
oniy as long as they were employed on
government work.
.
C'lorgyiuaii-lOdurntor Dies. .
POMKKIVLLE. Mass. Nov. 1. Rer.
George Whltiaker D. D. a retired
Methodist clergyman and formerly
president of Wiley university Mar-
shall Texas died hero today at the
age of 81. y
1 'curing;
President nnd Cashier of Two
Leading Institutions Strong
in Praise.
Among the countless thousands of
imminent people all over America
who have taken Tnnlac and praised V
fur the benefits they derived from It
ni ne me more enthusiastic than the
two well known nouthern bankers
whose statements follow:
K. J. Henry president of the llaw-
klnsville Hank and Trust Co. llaw-
kinsvllle an. says: "Ijist spring I
was all wrong some way or other anil
couldn't get right. I took a bottle of
Tnnlac nnd began to Improve. Two
more bottle put me In good shape and
I felt perfectly Well. A few weekn
ago I took the grippe nnd was getting
down and out again. I bought another
bottle of Tnnlac nnd I am well again.
I unhesitatingly recommend Tanlan
to anyone who Is sick and wornout."
W C. McKlvcrn cashier Hunk of
Hornbeek Ilornbeck La. savs: "1
hnve taken fiv bottles (1f T.inlno nnd
l.uve gained 15 pounds In three weeks.
I think It Is a great medicine."
TiuiIhc Is sold In Tulsa exclusively
by Uoy tletman's Uexull lrug store
(junker lnig company nnd Puritan
tirug compunv under the personal di-
rection of a special Tanlac representa-
tive. Adv.
USE 'CASCARETS' FOR"
LIVER AND BOWELS
WHEN CONSTIPATED
When bilious headachy sick
for sour stomach bad breath
bad colds.
C.et a 10-cent box.
Tike a Cascaret tonight to cleanse
yc ur lilver stomach and Itowels. and
you will surely feel great by morning.
You niei: nnd women who fiave head-
ache eon ted tong ue a bad cold are
tlll ois nervous upset bothered with
a sick R.nsy disordered stomach or
have bacKache nnd feel nil worn out
Are you keeping your bowels clean
with Cascarets or merely forcing a
passu geway every few dav with suits
cathartic Jills or castor oil?
Cascarets immediately cleanse and
regulite the stomach remove the
sour undigested and fermenting food
end foul gases; take tho excess bile
from the liver and carry off the con-
stipated waste mntter atid poison from
the bowels.
Remember a Cascnret tonight will
straichten you out by morning . A 10.
cent box from your druggist menus
healthy bowel action; a clenr head
nnd cheerfulness for months Ion't
forget tho children. Adv.
Mob Violence .Shooter Is
Ilrouglit to Tulsa.
Fearing mob violence tho officers
of Muskogee some time at an eurlv
hour yesterday morning removed
Xcnophon .Ioiich the nepro who shot
and f-erioiisly wounded O. V. Melntyre
of Muskogee to the Tulsa county
Jail. Peeling was very high against
Jones and It was reported that threats
of lynching were heard on the streets
Wednesday.
Jones.' version of tho nffalr was he
went to the auto repair shop belonging
to Melntyre nnd asked for a tire which
bad been left there for repairs. The
prisoner claims that Melntyre became
abusive nnd attacked him with nn Iron
bar nnd that he shot In self-defense.
The victim was reported to be In u
very serious condition yesterday even-
ing as he had sustained four bullet
wounds. Jones will be held here until
the Muskogee county officials con-
sider It safe to return him for trial.
FREE fMTeARINgT BEGINS
r
Tine Meaner oe Have Wanted
For a Leung TSame
mmm heaters
Muskogee Protests Against Itcfcren-
iliiiu Piled Against Creating Ijnv.
AVerM Capita Peirpau.
12 ( amibrll lluilillnf
OKLAHOMA CITY. Nov. 1. Hear
ing began here today before Secretary j
oi ruaie j. i.. i.jon on tne protest
uguinst the referendum on the law
passed by the hist legislature creating
tho Muskogee freo fair. The hearing
will last several days ns a count of
the signatures of petitioners for the
referendum must be made.
The petitions were filed with tho
secretary of state Just before the date
the law took effect. It is proposed by
the petition to refer the act to a vote
of the people. Muskogee contests on
the ground that the number of peti-
tioners is insufficient.
THIS PARTICULAR ILLUSTRATION SHOWS A REZXOR
GARAGE HEATER; A HEATER THAT CAN BE USED IX
PERFECT SAFETY IN ANY GARAGE DAY OR NIGHT.
IF YOUR GARAGE IS COLD AND YOUR CAR FROZE UP
IT IS YOUR OWN FAULT FOR THIS HEATER WILL
SOLVE THE PROBLEM. IT IS ALSO SUITABLE FOR
ANY PLACE WHERE'' THE ORDINARY GAS STOVE
WON'T WORK. PRICED AT $25.
WE HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK OF REZNOR HEATERS
EVERY KIND OF STOVE MADE BY THE REZNOR
PEOPLE IS CARRIED BY US. PRICED FROM $5 TO $15.
r
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Roundhouse Nearly Completed.
Rpfial to Th! World.
MIAMI okln. Nov. 1. Tho new O.
K. & M. roundhouse and shops are
now almost completed nnd will be
ready for use next week according to
W. K. Mnyrield superintendent. The
O. K. fc M. has done a largo Increasing
buslnenH in tho past few years that
It has been operating and has been
unable to keep up with tho business In
the mining field. Tho new shops are
flit iulnln.r llta oil' lilltlfu tn tla rrtVi
iix .Miami tuiu wcie uuul ai a cost oi
Jl-000 for the roundhouse alone.
Carter's Little Liver Pills
You Cannot be y"v. A Remedy That
Constipated icARTEfftf Makes Life
and Happy Worth Living
Small P it T .1 -f Ii pills Ceoulne bears aJgoaturs
Small Ooae .aViatfX M Ji m -
AK S BARTER'S IRON PILLS
many colorless faces but a will greatly help moat pale-faced peopl
rllllerv lcmtrrvs Caverns.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 1. The de-
rtriictive effecta of tho bombardment
by French heavy guns of the ancient
and extensive rock caverns In which
the Herman forces on the Alsne have
found shelter since 1915 are described
In a dispatch JiiHt received here. In
cue rase the ground was so upheaved
that no sign of the cavern remained.
In another the entrance and exit
i i nipletely disappeared undor tho
bombardment so that efforts of
French troops to reach their hun-
oieds cf imprisoned Uermans wero
unavailing.
Garland Stoves and Ranges
We are EXCLUSIVE AGENTS in Tulsa for this famous line of stoves and can
supply your wants in any kind of a stove that you care for. We have sizes
for every room living room dining room bedroom and bath. Come see this
line before you decide on a stove because you will be well paid for your visit.
The Garland will almost pay for itself in a year's time it being ona of the'
greatest fuel savers made.
IT ISN'T ANY TOO EARLY FOR YOU TO BEGIN TO THINK
OF MOTHER AND HER THANKSGIVING TURKEY. WE
HAVE A COMPLETE SHOWING OF ROASTERS CARVING
SETS SILVERWARE AND COOKING STOVES.
Two ClmrsiNl Witli Cotton Theft.
Spfcinl to Thr World
WAl'HIKA Okln. Nov. 1 Charged ;
w ith stealing 2700 pounds of cotton !
William Welch a farmer of the As- '
phaltum community and C. H. Wil- '
llama a picker employed bv Welch.
were arrested recently and brought
here by Sheriff Joe Itallard. Com-
plaint was made by Henry l'ruitt of
Loco. It grew out of a transaction
Involving ten acres of cotton which
Welch claims belongs to him by virtue
of a lease.
Telephone Strike Deferred.
SAN FHANC1SCO. Nov. 1. The
threatened strike of electric workers
and exchange operators of tho I'h-
ciflo Telephone Telegraph Co. has
been deferred until such time as Ver-
ner Z. Heed federal labor mediator
or tho full mediation commission
named by President Wilson may
thoroly investigate the points at la-
sue and render a decision according
to sn official statement issued tonight
by Mr Heed.
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119-121 EAST FIRST ST.
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