The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 124, Ed. 1, Tuesday, February 1, 1921 Page: 3 of 18
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.TULSA DAILY WORLD TUESDAY FEBRUARY 1 1021
CLARA IN TERROR
Defense Will Contend She
VWas Unwilling to Leave
Ardniore After Killing j
PROMISE A SENSATION;
Name of Prominent Men Who ;
' Took Her to Station May i
lie Revealed Later. I
Hv MIUMlKI) MOltttlS.
I y - stAff Corriii iltnt.
AHDMOI'Ki Jan. 31. Mar.i
9n'l Ilnmon fled uftcr tlic nlioot-
ln( of Jako ilatnon. Oklahoma "II
klni ai'l K'PUbllc.-in ii.illonat com-
inin.i!nfi only utlvr ' liu.l heon
lorrorUnl hy threats according to
tic diaclonuros made tndny.
M.'u linen to he icvualcd ut her
Vl! liow Hint this WIIH
ullllnK to Iifivo Ardtuort! and In- f
.1 upon dlselosliiB tho tiuth.
.rlinL' to thin evidence whit I
ihe wj on tho verjjo of cplalise nho
threatened until she finally coi..
Milted to BO.
Mn liuuhe lTiunliU'iit Man.
prominent man who was a
clie f i lend of llamon and i IiuhI-
nf afsotlate will ho named as tho
ptrn'H who made tho threat.
The prlvnto secretary of this man
ll learned today packed the
rlrl'a trunk and jiuri'hancl her
ticket. Thu man lilniticlf accom-
panied her to tho train. Tho full
fact it was Indicated ' may ho
made public before tho trial. Tho
entninco of .T. II. Champion u
brother of JmlKO T. V. Champion
who will presldo over tho trial and
known as ono of tho best criminal
ivfr.i In tho state Indicates that
Wo'def-imo Is preliarltiit for n bitter
flsht. C'h.iniplnu will ho co-cotiiiHCl
for Hie accused woman with V. A.
I'oaklev and James II. Mathers.
I'nNtntiirn tf lmfrr.
H. II. Hrown who has been ap-
pointed special prosecutor In the
rare by Judge Champion paid today
that he expected to have u confer-
ir.re with Attorney Cieneral S. I.
lYtelliiR. who will personally direct
the priwocutlon. l'ratik Ketch ail-
mlnisirator of tho oil Ulnn's estate
anil business tnaniiKur of his proper-
lies hax left Ardmoro for u pro-
longed visit In tho east. lie plans
to go to Washington to attend the
Inaugural ceremonies It Is an-
nounced. As he will be one of tho
chief witnesses for the state there
nerc reports today that thu prose-
cution will nsk for a continuance of
the case. Kehruurv !!! when the
trial will be net for March 10. on
the croumls that Ketch will be able
to return In time to testify. Attor-
nfjn for tho defense relterato that
thiy will flKht any move for con-
tinuance belritr announced for a
CLOSE DIVISION IN
CONTINUED FKOM PAOI1 ONJ5.
accrued Interest. Tho Harris clulngo
would apply only to tho .Haiti of
highway Improvement bonds .mil
then only when a similar amount
uf federal aid Is to bo forthcoming
Such counties as nllowed 'liberal'' !
fnglnccrlng fees last year In their
bond sales were confronted with a
federal law which should bo the law
of the states when tho federal aid
tnSney is handed down tho county
money must ho In tho bank not In 1
promises. The "liberal" engineering j
f'fi sometimes caused peculiar pre- !
dlcsinents and finally caused a ces-
sation of that form of evading the
Uw of the state. i
Hcpretentatlvo Harris also has an-
other measure before the house
sweeping In its scope; it provides
for municipal planning boards
which will have charge of all mu-
Ueutcnunt-Govurnnr M. K. Trnpp
has blojsomed from a political mnn-
K"r to tho very verge of statcsmnn-
t'hlp providing his local preBs agents
have nnt misrepresented him. In
the piht Trapp has been content to
run the senate and put the lid down
after the statesmen had directed
where the dictum had been burled.
Sunday announcements were to the
fffert that Trapp was having one
constitutional amendment and two
MIU drawn each of morn than onli.
iry import and unless his iircss
'Rents were using loo much liberty
with his name of much portent.
The constitutional amendment
would abolish tho atato board of
equalization; tho first bill would
create the office of stale tax com-
mliMoner to l appointed by the
rovernor; the second bill would cre-
ate a bi-partisan state tax commls-
inisaiuu It is rather notlceablo that the
abolishment ot the state uouirt of
qunllzatlnn would lose no man a
Ijjob as (ha board Is comprised of
elective state officers who draw no
additional compensation for their
'"vice on tho board.
Tho state tax commissioner would
"e an innovation and his sulary Is
to t a(t inrgo ns that paid to uny
other state officer. He would have
' Kite all of his time to tho duties.
"he bi partisan board of 10 mem-
t'cm ought to bo u Joy forever as
me two leading iiirty organizations
would each have the right to ap-
point five members. Tin so m-ni-"ers
w i.uiii have to meet annually
"le rirn of Julv and perform the
duiles u w performed by tho slate
toard ..f equalization. Tluty would
avo n. annual salary but would
revive ji0 or lluy for he (lme
"ley wrru actually In session and
no Imitation fixed on tho time the
we iu worn engaged In thu per-
'ormanie of their duties.
u'"l'iriuuii uouril idea is
J?ilJat new hut Is filled with po-
'niiaiti.H aml might very easily
ua asualtlcs. Flvo democrats and
ll ' ."Publicans moctlng to eiiuallzo
' iiVai"8 )f tno various counties and
ti ri" "urh other duties as now
'"meil hy the state board of
nualizatlun might bo hard on the
iSffi. but certainly ought to
li lB. e" la.nu ducks to stay long
XUK' for tlfelr legs to heal while
rtu'(1 " lla' durlnK tho
crml1.0 l"'nKr(' of tho peoplo of this
"ucio lonimouwoalih to tho very
Peak point of statesmanship has re.
h Tl 1?s. ha" 11 'l'" "ml will
recorded aH one of the nmrvclii uf
""a marvelous republic
Farmer Catches Trio
Of Youthful Burglars
Gives 'Km to Sheriff
lljr A.f .at.! Pit mi state Wit.
AUUMOIIK Okl.i . Jan. St.- -
J I'. Alideisnii a farmer In In
three miles east of here held
threu youthful burKl.i's at tho
point of a shotgun last night
whllo lio telephoned the sherlff'H
office. Thty wore placed In tho
county Jail chtiwd-wlth luirKlary
and jiavo their names as Walter
Hanson Joe Drown and llonulu
Harvey and their nea from 17 to
.Mr. Audeison hnd Just led homo
In his ear to vl.tlt a neighbor
when he saw the fhree young men
enter by u rear door. Conittin
suddenly upon tho lookout who
had been pouted In warn the two
tijeu Inside the htnise Audetsiin
cominnnded hlin to throw up his
hands and call for liln confeder-
ates to emeiite. Tim men wero
forced to hold their hands In tho
nlr until a deputy sheriff arrived.
Empire Refinery at
Ponca Citij Cloned
ny The Amoelntfit Bute t'r Wire.
rONCA CITV Jan. 31. Follow-
ing orders received heie from "the
Itartlesvllle hcadauarteis the I'm-
plro refinery closed down here to-
nlKlit for an Indefinite period The
iniriiiiHe of tho shut-down urcnrdlnr:
to It. V. Heay local HUporlnteiident I
Is to iipeed up construction worg!0 Haimlpa was about 200 ards In
Last fall the Umpire began improve-1 1. ar 0f Snyder's tar ami he
ments that will cost J2.O00.O0O. This :
work will bo rushed to completion. I
A forco of 200 men will be Kepi
on the work. Mr. Seay ndded that i
the siiBpenMon was not complete as I
fires will bo kept burning and dis-
tillates will bo run however no
eruds will bo received for the
l'onca City' other roflncrles arc
running normal .
FLOOD OF BIGAMY CASES
Oklahoma City I'nwiviitor Suamistl
Will (l. I IMIIl1tllllt4. I
OKLAHOMA CITV. Jan. 31 -Digamy
charges swamped the coun
ty attorney's offlVo today.
I'our cases were before the prose
In two. the namrs were not dl-
vulged no Informations being filed j
Of these one man n cused of
mixrylng twice lirniight the counter
claim that his first wlfo had two i
Charge was filed against W. llen-
shaw nlleging that whllo lin has
been married slneo 1900 and has
grown children he assumed tho re-
sponsibility of another 22-ycar-old
wife last December.
The case against Henrietta
Drldges alleged girl bigamist up-
pearetl likely to meet delay since
Ferry Drldges declared to be her .
first husband did not appear to
prosecute her. Frank Wellman
said to be husband number 2. has
already announced that ho'a "sorry
he turned her In"
' MRS. HARDING IS flESTING
She Mav Do u Utile Shopping Also
Whllo III New York.
Nl-JW YOlllv Jan. SI. Mrs. AVnr-
rcn (1. Harding wife of the presl-dcijt-elect
was hero today for what
she described as a few days' lest.
he expected to devote some of her
tlmo to purchasing part ot her white
She arrived In New York yester-
day from Washington accompanied
hy Mrs. Hany New wlfo of the U.
S. senator from Indiana and Mrs
lldwnrd 1'. McLean of Washington.
After her visit she will rejoin her
husband In the south.
Falling snow mingled with a .
gloomy drizzle spoiled tho shopping
plans today however. Arising lat. I
and finding the weather inclement
Mrs. Hnrdlng decided not to shop
nor to receive any visitors In her
suite before tomorrow cveninB i
COLDS AND FLU i
New Elixir Called Aspironal '
VMedicntcd With Latest
Scientific Remedies Used I
nnd Endorsed by European
and American Army Sur-
geons to Cut Short a Cold
and Prevent Complications.
Every Druggist in U. S. In-
structed to Refund Price
While You Wait at Counter
If Relief Does Not Come i
Within Two Minutes.
Delightful Taste Immediate1
Relief Quick Warm-Up.
I The sensation of tho year In the
I drug trade is Aspironal the two-1
minute cold and cough reliever nu-
i thorltnUvely guaranteed by tho lab-
I oratories; tested approved and most )
' enthusiastically endorsed by the
highest authorities and proilalmod
i by tho common people as ten times
as quick and erfitii. us whiskey
rock and rye or uny other cold and
! cough remedy they havo ever tried
All drug stores uro now supplied
with the wonderful new "lixlr eo
all you Jtavo to do to get rid of that
I cold Is to step Into the nearest drug
I store hand tho cleric half a dollar'
I for a bottle ot Aspironal and tell
him to servo ou two i aspoonsful
with four tenspoonsful of water
In a gbisH. With your watch In
' your ham). tuke tho drink at one'
swallow and call for your money
1 back In two minutes If you ..aiiuot
1 feel your cold fading away like a
dream within tho timo limit. Don't
I bo bashful foi all druggists Invito
I you and expect you to try It livery-
I body's doing It.
! When your cold or cough Is ro.
I lloved take the remainder ol the
I bottle home n your wlfo and babies
for Aspironal Is by far the safost
1 and Ijioit ef focllvo the easiest to
take and the most agreeablo cold
and cough remedy for infants and
chlldriT. Au.vt i
News of Sapulpa
CAR TURNS OVER
THREE ARE HURT
Man May Die From In-
juries Faulty Steering
Gear Is Blamed.
flp-ial to Tim World.
MAI'UM'A Jan. 31. Faulty steer-
ItiB apparatus proul disastrous to
a man whose nainu was s.tld to liulrnvlty
Knyilcl. n resident of Mounds when
a car In which he a daUKliter und I
S'lii wern rlillnB turned turtle early.
Monday mornltiB about half a mite I
east of Kellyvllle. Snyder had two I
ribs broken a deep gash on hi back
und Is also thouKht to be eilfferinB
from Internal Injuries Ills daiiKh- i
ter suffered it broken collar bone
and a Bash over her right c)t Tho
boy was unhurt.
Snyder who wiih drhliiB the ear i
was eomlng toward Sapulpi and In I
mretlng another ear tinned nut to !
one side of the road. As he started
back to the center of the road the
steering gear suddenly became use-
ltss Snyder said after he had been
brought to Sapulpa. Tho ear
swerved from Its path n lid rolled
down an embankment turning over
):. .1. Hull inks who was driving
picked up the lnjuredx man his
daughter and son and brought them
Although Snyder's in -
If a Wish
Any Victor dealer will gladly give you an illustra-
ted booklet describing these new Victor Records and
play any inusic you wish to hear. New Victor Rec-
ords on sale at all dealers on the 1st of each month.
Victrolas in great variety from $25 to $1500.
RCQ. U.S. aT.Orr
Juiiis an scrims 11 Is belleed that
I ll ikt.i I fi;r .Mrs. Sln.ni mill Son
Tin lio.ll' M of Mim. U II fOnnn
and her small son were shipped to i
inrmer liotne at ranola t olo.
last nlcht where funeral serb'en'
will be held for them. Tho woman's
brother W. F. Sctioncmau arrived
here yesterday to takn ohnrBii of
the bodies. Sloan was petmltted
to view the bodies for the last time
lie seemed In Brcat mental iiKony
Sloan's condition Is pronounced nn
chatiBcd. Ho eats very lltllu food
and Is very wrak.
Hoy Atclilentnlly Mint Will IIivdvit
Donald llaxter who was ncelilen-
ally shot wltli a shotgun by a play-
mate Saturday afternoon Is. re-
ported on the way to recover) only
one shot went Into Mi" abdomlrml
nun u piereeu trie manner.
of the pellets struck tlu
right side of the abilomen and all I
of the others lodged In the must lei
beneath the skin. A camera which
tlie bov hehl In his hand probably
saved his life as n number of the
shot strut k It.
A SAFE "STOLEFAT CAPITAL
HiimIsI l Thf Wnri.1.
.Strong Itox loolctl of R500 Found I
nt Nearby Town.
Kreclnl to Thr World.
OKLAHOMA CITV Jan 31. A I
safe stolen from the Deacon Shoe
; iV " ; "i t
'today blown open and emptied of)
itnnoers loaned tor sain into a
trues iiiKing u iiirougii a winonw
Hint U'nu liri.li tr.it ullli if lia
with lion bars.
half way up.
'rltf'l llf. tl I .1 In lin.'A .Irl.rf...
toward Tulsa. Two gisnllm. filling
stations on Hie way were roPDcil.
iiiisa nan tour similar saio rou-
Though Hcifetz and McCormack arc abroad both arc heard in
new and delightful numbers in this list of Victor music. And here is
Kreislcr playing the favorite "Love Nest" investing it with a new and
. exquisite charm. Added to this month's program arc the first records
by Sothcrn and Marlowe whose dramatic achievements parallel the
musical triumphs of the. great singers and instrumentalists who make
Victor Records. "Look over this list and you will appreciate the wealth
of new music and Entertainment presented. Mark the numbers you
would like to hear and have any Victor dealer play them for you.
Th Fountain (Jeu d'Etul Piano
Pataepied (From "I.e Hoi 'mtur) Violin
Sij'itait Jardinier (Were I Grd'nt)
Come Ye DUcontolato
Sicilienne and Rlgaudon Violin
Lore Nttt Violin
Tia an Irish Girl 1 Lore and She' Jut Like You
Romeo and Juliet Balcony Scene Part I E. H.Sothern and Julia Marlowe
Romeo and Juliet Balcony Scene-Part II E. H. Sothern and Julia Marlowe
Eighth Symphony In F Major AlUgrettoScherundo Philadelphia Orcheatra
Spinning Song (Mtnilliaohn'a"Sooga Wltliout Words") liano Sergei Rachmaninoff
O PrimaTera (Sprint Time) Renato Zanell'
Deep in Your Eyes
Once Upon Time
When You're Gone I Won't Forget Peerleaa Quartet
There'a a Vacant Chair at Home Sweet Home Charlna Harriaon
I'm a Loneaome Little Raindrop Victor Roberta
For Every Boy Wbo'a on the Level Victor Roberta and I larmonixera Quartet
Broadway Roae Henry Burr and Peerleaa Quartet
Mother's Lullaby Sterling Trio
Uncle Joah In a Cafeteria Cal Stewart
Uncle Joah and the Honey Beet Cal Stewart
Oh Geel Say Gael You Ought to See My Gee Gee
from the Fiji late Billy Murray
My Home Town ia a One Horae Town (March Sor)
Victor Reberta and llarmonitrra Quartet
Twelfth Street Rag-Fox Trot All Star Trio
Dotty Dimples One Step All Star Trio
Medley Fox Trot
Could Make It So Medley Foz Trot
Could Care Medley Waltx
of Golden Dreams Walu Bluo
Rest of the World Go By-Waltx Frank
Margie-Medley Fox Trot Original Dixieland Jazz Band )
Palesteena Fox Trot Original DixieUnd Jaxz Band'
Your Fingers at Care Darling Medley Foz Trot
Paul Whiternan and Hit Orchestra
I'm a Lonesoma Little Raindrop Medley Fox Trot
Paul Whiternan and His Orchestra
Victor Talking Machine
Camden! New Jersey
Okmulfec Pays Last
Tribute to Memory
OKMIItii:i:. Jan. .11 - Men
and women in all walks of life this
afternoon paid tribute to the mem-
ory of Dr. 1. S Sktlton. million-
aire Oklahoma ploneei oil opera
tor niaiiiii.ifiuici anil mine own-
er. Sertlns held at three o'i lin k
In the Flint Mi'thodlst lliil.teiiti.il
church South rondiiited by lti v.
John It. AliHrtmlhv pastor ami
ltnv. I C. Walter pastor of ths
Flint 1'resli) teilan illllieh.
Iiii'ludeil In tho eongiegallou
wete btlslncsH associates of Dr.
Hkeltou from Oklahoma. MUiourl
Indiana and New Mexlro em-
ployes of colieei ns operated by
him and eltu.em generally ok-
millgee lianks elost'd fol one hour
during the riimi.il. I'liitiil Stales
Seiialor Itolieit I. Owen of rtkla-
1 1 (i It in sent a message of eondoleiK e
and regie! that lie was ua.ibre to
atteinl the sertli'cs Funnel busi-
ness lissoelates served .is pall-
benreis and the burial ritual of
the Masonic tralermtv was con-
ducted at i lie giave in the Ok-
He Uses Mutiny Wire
To Make Handcuffs
dan :i i - liiiprot Is-1
iiolii Haling wire
. v. ..
In the Okmulgee
Jail (iei.lge Leo. negl o
elnilged with sliootlng and killing
Loclielt Manning negto woman.
yestenlay. Lee was trailed ten
limn tlie scene or tlie shoot
i ln(f wan armed wliha Hfle lheCiane left home und begun fighting
(iincer sain out ottered no resiwt
once to arrest
Enrico Cruio 87321 10
Alfred Cortot 71G.W
Mitch Elman f4903
Lucy Itabelle Marahl
Six Brown Brothers 1
Six Brown Brothera j
Joaaph C. Smith'e Orchestral
Joseph C. Smith's Orcheatra
and White Marimba Bandl
This trademark and the trailemirkcd
nord " Victrola"idntify ill our products.
Look under the lid I Look on the label I
VICTOR TALKING MACHINE CO.
Caridtu N. Ji
J. BART FOSTER
j Chandler Man Named by
I Governor to Succeed
A. L. Welch I
lly AMorlnlrd l'rr SUIc Wltf.
OKLAHOMA CITV Jan. .11.- J
Hart Foster of Chandler wan today
appointed secretary of tho stale ln-
siirance bonid to succeed A. L. i
Wrleh of Oklahoma City who re-
signed Saturday. The appointment1
was made by tlovernor Knbcrlson
b'oster was chief of I fin fire lc-
partmrit'. at Chandler Okl.i . for
nearly 20 yearn bofnrn enletlng tlie
fire niaishal'o offlre. and Is ptcsl-
dent of th National Firemen's as-
sociation. He was hotn and reniid
at Decatur. Ill He was city cltikj
at Chandler for II years most of
which lime he also acted as lire
Young Crane and His
Father are Reconciled
: . ..
i ilerlieit r. i-raiie on a eliarge or
. .n ine ..irl in t in.
. iti(. It wrt roeenlrd In.lnv
has liealiil a breach between Volimi
Cmrie and lib father Herbert .
Crane Chicago millionaire that In-
- an seveuil x'eaiB ago when vouiii!
- . rur a sdnre of ills mother ustale.
The elder Crane nnnounced today
"HIS MASTERS VOICE
he believed hi.i sun Iminent of tlu
l.UBis iniiit.ii h i.i it i il would aid
blin In his firhl I dear himself.
A $4000 Purchase and
Wornon'st full fiiHliioiuul pure Hilk htw-
it ry of it ftmioiirt make; black only;
Bain prioc s JS
Women's! puro itilk hosiery in Incc ef-
foe tit; black ami cordovan; utile price P
Women's heavy puro nilk full fash- S
ionetl hosiery in n tiuality that sold v I
recently at .p.SO JLUlJ
Men's pure silk hosiery iu plain colors
of blue cordovan uray sand black lC
and white f JK
Men's very fine lisle hose ; navy white A f
black gray and brown; a recent $1 --J
Men's fine wool hose in two-tono color Clr
effects; a very recent $2 vnluc SJV
'Men's $2 pure silk hose; in nil ood $1
colors; a wonderful value at this price
All wool imported English sox spe- t?- mi
cially maile to weur with oxfords; a t I -ma
recent $2. GO value XJJ
Tho Lartjett Distributors of Phoenix Stilt
Hosiery in the Southwest
Tulsa Druggist Says:
'We liaro tmn Pllloat
nrvrr a oomplalnt; always satisfied cuatcmrrs. We
think ra bare the fmalrat tablrt on the market."
Voonaniao DnUSlM Tulsa Okla..
(Puroly Vegetable Tablets)
FVSORDERS of the
MJ tlie most common diseases of children. To
correct them you will find nothing better than
Chamberlain's Tablets. One tablet at bed time will
do the work and will make your child bright and
checrful the following morning. Do not punish
your children by giving them castor oil. Chamber
lain's Tablets arc better
0. Klin I m katafl
Neulcctcd Coldo uro Dangerous
Tata no chance. Keep this cundaril reinoJy l.Bniiy for thu first nneax.
Drraks up a cold ii 21 hours Ilellovon
Qilppo In 3 days l.cclUnt for Heailuclio
Quinine In this form (lorn nnt affect tho head Cascura la best Tunic
Laxative No Opiate In Hill's.
ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT
Tim youi'sor Crano declared lm
I would be able to prove an alibi. 11a
lis at liberty under JtO.OOi) bonds
DU nulls for ovtr a year and
stomach and constipation
and more pleasant to take.
mrm aV "fiM wnT. mm
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