The Sunday Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 128, Ed. 1, Sunday, February 5, 1922 Page: 2 of 50
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TULSA DAILY WORLD SUNDAY FEBRUARY 5 1922
U. S. IS UPHELD
That Is Meaning of Ru-
rf'.cent Court Decision
000 ARE AFFECTED
Attorney Gilmoro Kxplnins
Why Restricted Loiihos
Wcro Held Exempt
James r Ollnurd who n short
jlrno no nrmieil the now famous
fa.no of K. A. : 1 1 1 e I m-nlnnl tho
ho ttnto of Okl.tli'itnn. recently de-
cided b) tho I'nlled Ht.ites suiiremo
tit the liioxt alctm; unil sweeping
courtt linn Just returned Tnlu.
Iinvlnc l on detained In WhkMiikIoii
nnd In Itic enat nfti IIih nrnuiiieht
6t tho cane cm other matter until
now. The men was argued nnd stih-
rhlttcd to tho supreme rourt on Jim-
tinry 30 nnil the decision miulo nnd
linndod dowli by the Miprenis court
ort Jnntmry 3 a rrmnrkHbly short
tllnci considering the union lit nnil
tho consequences nnd )rlnrlilu of
liiw ImvoIvpiI nnd I lie result In thn
cniio ban proved that ho won ono
victories ever nehlcved In it enso
arising In thu courts of Okhihomn
nnil passing to Urn imtlnnnl supremo
court ofr derision In hi view how-
fVr. thn ttulckncs nf tha court In
reaching the decision does not Indi-
cate any Inch of tlmroiiijli dellbrr-
tlon but on tho rontrnry the rnan
Jvns rIvuii thn fullest itud' mnttlrlst
tonMderntlnn nnd he frnnkly ron-
jrsres thnt Assistant Attorncy-(len-rnl
King vht. handled tho ruso for
thn Kioto presented ono of tint nblcnt
briefs nnd mads one of thn nhlest
nnd strongont iircumniits ho luui
ever had to meet.
When tho legislature of Oklahoma
inssed tho net of March 17 11116
mpnslng nn Income tux on nil In-
tomes In excess of three thousand
Hollar and began to vigorously
Inforcn tho hiiiihj nllmorn mlvlscil
111 client holding restricted Indian
bit and gns leases thai they wern
jnol llr.blo to n tex liy tho stnto on In-
foma drrlvod therefrom. With tha
Into luxlnc nil sources nud reach
ng every tnrpayor from overy con-
relvntilo nr.glc V. A. Ulllosuln fol-
lowed bin advice nnd honco tho cno
! l'oiii-lit Cnstt Two Yrnrs.
I flllmnro has quietly nnd doggedly
knd alone without aid fought tho
ta for two yearn throiiKh tho
courts for alllosple winning In (ill
Instance except hrforo tho mate
auditor nnd tho supremo rourt of
Oklahoma wlnnlnir there however
n tha first Inntance. Tha stnto Audi-
tor Frank C. Carter nnd Judge C.I
JV. Klnir of tho nUorney-Rcnornl's
bfllco handling tho enso for the
fclato ho aay i havo nt nit times
treated him with thn utmost fnlr-
Jiess and coulees' nnd throURh
lhelr co-opcrntlon heavy nxponaca
Jvrro laved in trying nnd havlnu
Determined tho rant n;id tha final
ecUlon very much xpdltPd.
The cmo reached tiie fcourta. wbtn
t wna lodncd In tha dlntrld court of
nppenl by Olllenplo from tho docl- ernment llaelf nnd hl cnmpenKntlon
nlon nn(l hoidlne of tlin atnto auditor. oukIiI to b. nnd by thin declalon l
Tho di rid court throUKh Dl.trlct nSZ oZVnl
JuiIkc tl oomo W. Clark after n full f United Htntea or nny nthar
preri'iitetlon upon brief nnd until-I of f la offlrlnla or cmployca Ju nn
inentH nn iokiuk inn cnan unnei i inn aaiariua or our Kovernor nt
ndvlxenti at found tho ktatutea r.f ! torney-Kcneral nnil bin naelatantx
(ikinlimll i void nnd unronMltutlon ! nnd nfflelnU and employco of the
al and .11 ulled th tnxea. On nppoal ! ntntn are exempt from taxation by
by tha i'ate I In- niiprelim rourt of tha I'nlted Hlaten.
oklflhon flrt nffl md tho Jud- - - -
ment bu b. with n chanKO In tho per- DDflDC PCMTCDCn
aomiel of' I In- ourt nr Iltlon forirKUDt 1LN I LWtV
ri In urine nun without permlltlnc a
ii'iirnuiiK'.t of thn riiHA boforo tho
nw Jutlii K rhaiiKeil It m mind or-
dered thn. Judnrnenl revemed nnd
tho tRxea I nvileil. Ho then llftad thn
line on I ol.ialf of Mr. tlllleaple to
Hie UnlleiK ".Sfulos Hiipremo rourt
hen thnt Sliurt rnvnrffl tho Okla-
hoiini miprexiin rourt nmt mtatalnad
Jililne ClnrH. pr.nnrvInK thn fruit
of two vlctn I i'M nlreiidy won for
In n 1 'nlrral Ast-ncr
Aerordlnir to (lllmore'ii vluw
miinn mliinpil rvhenklon mcin to
exlnt un til bl th the effect of the
deeltlon and 1 lo hard blow claimed
to have bean t Won Oklahoma. It la
triio n InrKO ni'er of liae have
linen nffected il'd benuflled nnd re-
lieved tiim tljir tot nrcordliiR to
the chief clerk' of thn Income tax
department nf 1 ho ntnte auditor
nbiiul two thniJt nud. However tha
ON FINAL VISIT
OF SCREEN STAR
f'OMTINltn KMOM PAflf ONR
from the rceno In u fant nulomoblln
on a now nnd mvMerloun rlew thn
In'liieat over the body nf William I)
Taylor film director who wn mur-
dered Wedneailay nlKht nddail new
irn.HUtlona to the noted murder rare
Henry I'envny neRro aervnnt of
bnrhelor llvlnit alono in n luxu-
riously furnlahed dwelling lilnco
nnd often vlnlted by nctrenaex to-
day revenln thnt ha hn beett living
under n rliniiffnd name ha n
(biUKhter 13 years of ne WAa di-
vorced and pnMlbly had been mar-
ried nnd dlvorred n rccond time.
He wan formally known an Tanner
nr-cordlng to tho nlloued de-erled
wife of hla brother Mm. Ada Denne
Tanner of Monrovia near here who
announced lant night Hint the alnln
brother-in-law had auppnrted her
by i-ndlnB checka of $110 monthly
for the hint tlx yearn.
Continue Hunt Tor KntuK
I'ollco lira cnntlnulnB their
enrch for IMwnrd I' fianda re-
porteil nln to Im known na IMwaril
I III Ktr.itlunore tha mlln butler
of Tnylor who. disappeared eoveral
montlH ago. Taylor lata rflled charir-
ea of Krand larceny nimlnat hltn.
While mcMt Intimate friend In tho
of hla previous man-last) thin butler
did for ha uaed tha nntna of Will-
film world of Tnylor did not know
mm ncnnno-Tnnner in pawning nt
Tab r.. M..II.. ...I..- I. i..h I
'thV'moriuP oom i v.aw'thn Z' 1 . " T 7 T'
I )ut before tho Innueat .tnrled. Ha ') 1 '" 'n.r1 or ''.'f '1' 1"r''1if
wna revived rnlle.l to tho wltnem ' "t '" h.' cxi ' .a(lu" "
Mnnd and then beenmo hyaterlcnl ''J' "V'fA'VS ryif"f. '".".i1"1
ianghlnff loudly when naked wlml 1 ' T" .g
!'? njL"n Ic"" """H l"h nl PrTn!m)tionPonf'da.Uat
... .... .. t Iniro Wim nor.
Mabel Norma nit Tnnt Wittier.
Coroner Mnnca HUddanly linlted
. w J. i. . 1 i..y .Jii '""ly motion picture cclebrllea
rlKht to lini". t h . '"""J .uirmoned Mabel Normnnd and
been preventt'd fifcln demnndlnit and BflV.rn offlrlnla.
X! ni f .7 ""Hct of mvln U("'" rcapon-
V! '. "1"' ... rc-i' .?.il. i? : "Il'l" 'or Tnylor'a murder. I export
collection tnxen tit which It Mover
bad nny rlnlit tl.i.i too nt a
tlinn when the nt n to trcnaury la no
plethoric with tnxilM collected nnd to
lie iiillecleil Hint I he Rovcrnor nud
nlnlo auditor hnvn rroently enuaxed
In n hot nnd aplrincd contnat nn to
wliiither or not tlia 'kltatn ahould levy
nnd collect nny n I volorom tnxea
except na required by tho ronatltu-
Hon the ntnto nt'dltor claiming
they ahould not b- nnd mnny clll-
zor nnd taxpayer tieel thnt hu win
rliil The caao wn. r dorldnd on the
undent nnd fnmllln t principle that
tho rtntn Im no rlK lit to tax either
n federal tiRcnry or Inalriinientallty
an that would bo to iillmv thn atntn
to tnx tho very ope ration of nnd
lnaHnmch nn thn pn m thomanlvea
cannot bn dlrnctly tn. 1. tlio Incomo
derived therefrom cum tot be.
A like principle hn nlwny been
applied la favor of tho jntntea where
by tho United Htntea I ft equally re-
ntralnnd from thtm lot trferlm; with
tha Mate. It I ana of tl ii fumlaman-
tnl prlnriplr- upon ulUlch tho or-
Rnnlzntlon of our fedei ill nnd atato
KOvcrnmont rent nnd i oust bo pro-
served If tlio cunBtltutl 6nnl schemn!
of federal and atntn . (nvernmontn
Is to romnln. Bo. tho case Is not ono
In which tho Mnto la men ty doprlved
of tho rlg-hl to collect tr Uea unit a
taxpayer' In relieved from 'tho liabil-
ity to pny Is Involved lit It tho very
foundation of the prcaervn lion nf the
Noverelenty nnd rliiht of Cho United
Stntcn to net unhnmpere tl by the
Mates nnd tha corollary n tvcrclgnty
of tha stntes to so uct unl timpered
wna Involved nnd would Uinvo at
lenat been nhnken nnd wen ened by
n contrary decision. It was conceded
In tills cane and hna nlwi iys been
held thnt.lt Is tho duty of tho fed-
nrnl -nvn-nmiml In 1 1 V. a - ffvtillnl
nnd develop thenn lands of tho In-
tiinn itseir; or secure ana t t do it
for tho government. Tho leasee
Thn Jury (hen retired nnd returned
a verdict tlt Tnylor was killed "by
a Riinnhtit wound Inflicted by n per-
on or persons unknown to this
Jury with Intent to kill or murder."
Captain of Detectives David Ad-
nma reached the scene Just ns tho
Inst witness was excused.
He ruthed In summoned Detnc-
tlvn Heris'oatit Herman riynn Ed-
ward Klntc nnd other officers pres-
ent. Thn pollen sped ftwnv from 'tha
scono In a powerful automobile
IJc-t en Oct Murderer
Captain Adams had nnnounccd
"Tho meshes of tho not spread by
thn pollco department nrn slowly
pklahomn county Oklahoma on 1 'hwrvfore. becomes n part nf t ojtov
an nrrnst win no maiio wltnln 34
hours which will bo a lonR.wny to-
ward clearing up tho rnse.
"Tha probable motive of this In-
dividual so far ns my Investigator!
lu'iV been nblo to determine wnt
solely thnt or revenue. Whether tht
activities of tho mnn were Ruldcl
by n wnmnn or women will hav
to bo determined Inter."
Tho adventurous rnreer of tit
slain director netor engineer IClon-
dlko pioneer soldier and ntudent of
psychology known for years to his
most Intlinato friends hero ns a
New telephono direUory will go to
presg soon. Any changes In listings
desired should bo culled to attention
of manager Osage 123. Advertisement.
the personal obligation
to your family.
TO make a will and to arrange for tho
faithful and efficient execution o.C its
provisions is the immediate duty of evlery
responsible man. Delay may involve tho
future welfare of those dependent on y bu.'
Don't take chances make your WillTODAlY.
You doubtless know the important work tlfcis
institution is doing in the administration of
estates. As a corporate body our organiz a- .
tion oiFcrs definite advantages not posscssu d
by the individual Executor or Trustee.
Whether the amount you bequeath your
family is large or small we suggest that you
discuss this important matter with us and!
give us an opportunity to explain how you
can moke use of our facilities for the bandit
t end protection of your heirs.
1 TRUST DEPARTMENT
EXCHANGE BANKS OF TULSA
actress revealed a threat by Taylor
iigalnt Ha ml. Hlio told of nccom-
i anylng Taylor to a hotel party
within u wiek before his drath.
Hliti said Taylor was talking of
tho robbery of rertaln Jowoia which
tho police nnd Tnylor nttrlliutcd to
Hands according to thn police. Miss
Windsor wild that Tnylor In this
"If I ever lay my hands on .Sands
I will kill him '
Win Vrry Drtrrmlmil.
Miss Windsor luld that Taylor
loomed very determined "bocnuio
rtunds robbed him of every cent lie
had nt thu time.''
"Mr Tnylor made no secret of
his plan to kill his vnlot." she said
ns he told n number of people hu
would kill him If bo ever got his
hands on him."
.Ms.s yndor y.itd Hint she had
known Taylor a long time but nevor
That a woman was Involved In the
kilting was tho theory advanced by
Hheilrr William I. Traeger of Uis
"l-'tom what I have been able to
earn ' thu sheriff said 'It appears
to ma that one woman and one man
are responsible for tha victim's
death. Tho womnn nuppllcd the In-
ccntlvo and tho man did the killing "
Hands was reported to thu pollen
im having been seen In Iu Angeles
on Tuesday tho day preceding tho
murder nnd on Wednesday evening
thu night of the murder.
"I lire lo Oct lllll Til) lor."
A man whosu name tho pollco
withheld s reported to havo In
fm mcd detectives that hn conversed
ti bh Hands on Tuesday nnd that nt
that time Hands declared with nn
.mil "I'm hero to get llllt Taylor
It wns icarnnd lociuy (hat two of
the many peron questioned by the
detectives were Karl Tiffany nnd
Hairy rcllow thn Inltcr Taylor's
iiHtdMnnt director. Tiffany who was
t-hnuflau rfor Tnylor until recently
was sa.d to have told police that h
was dismissed shortly after ho told i
Tay.or that ho belinvcit na would
keep a record of thu trip on which
he took his employer.
Tiffany was reported to havo
stnted that thn rnlutlons botwecn
Taylor and Mary Miles Mlnttr cooled
nucr a time and thnt oil a number
of occus.ons Hands told her when Hha
tnllcd that Taylor was not at home
although In fact ho vos.
Tnylor devoted much tlmo to Ma-
bel Normand Tiffany said. When
Tiffany left Taylor's employ MLhs
Noimnnd hold a high placo In Tay-
lor's estimation tho former chauf-
Miss Normand had left Taylor's
home a few minutes boforo tha
shooting occurred Wednesday eva-
ding. MONIIOVIA. Cnl. Feb. 4. Mrs.
Dennis Oago Dcano-Tanner slstpr-In-law
of the slain motion picture
director William Desmond Taylor
or William Denno-Tnnner n ho was
known declared hero today that her
huibanil his brother disappeared
from New York Jun a Wllllum had and vlalted him to Inquire whether
done. I he had heard trom my husband.
"William disappeared In 190S. a I "My husband Dennis was four
year after I married DcAinls" shoi years younger than William. Ha
snld. "I snw hlrn but twhjc. once In grieved greatly over William's dls-
New York before bis disappearance I appearance. It was four years Inter
and at Hollywood six yearn ago. 'In August 1812 that my husband
Whllo llvliiR under tho nntne of Toy- disappeared. Ho took me from our
lor he never illicctly ndrnlttcl his I Now York homo to tho Adlrondncka
oimer Identity although . I nrned for my health nnd returned to Now
M.a- h wns In th u.iln- p'et'jrrs York Thrco weeks Inter I received
q:ii o .
flic very newest thing in Indies'
jiuTSfs. A ltirge nssorlnicnt lo se-
lect from nil colors; lieiiutiful silk
liniiiK nnd .?12.00 to '$15.00 values.
While lliey lust
Ladies' Real Leather
Just received n large new ship-
ment of the very Idlest styles nnil
designs mid they tire the best
values ever shown in Tulsu for the
money. Specially priced nt
$1.95 $2.95 '
Reduced prices on Ilnrtmnnn Wardrobe Trunks
nnd nil Leather Goods
Sec Window Display
Elephant Trunk Factory
207 South Main Street
?..?tBram.ci.1"nK mn U4. aytns
thnt hi had dtsappered "a"it
"Tho brothers woro devoted t.
each other. I believe Dennis AiJf
peared becnuso his brother d 4 t
never knew that Dennis received an.
Information from tho brother l"2
William disappeared. To this dav t
have heard nothing further from
my husband." m
Why? To givo you better
and more efficient service.
The new meters are real
ly cnh registers for they
compute the fare as you
travel and issue a printed
receipt for same.
This receipt is yours for
your protection. We sin-
cerely wish that you will
get the habit of asking
for a receipt.
We thank you.
Y& Ho w
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Furniture That Does Endure
' ! 1
The good and the best we don't sell the
rest for we guarantee every piece of
merchandise sold by us.
RUGS Wiltons Wilton Velvets
Axminster Body Brussels
9x12 Wiltons $75 to $120
9x12 Wilton Velvets $35 to $55
9x12 Axminsters $35 to $55
9x12 Body Brussels $45
9x12 Tapestry Brussels ' . $25
As shown here solid walnut in dark
tuscan finish an extraordinary repro-
duction by one of the foremost furniture
factories in this country. Buffet exten-
sion table silver chest host chair and
five side chairs. Price complete . . . $800
Dining Suites In solid gray oak ma-
hogany and walnut all have shaped
tables and are shown in most attractive
period reproductions. Prices for com-
plete suites range $150 to $900
Rubber Kitchen Floors
Use rubber for your kitchen floor.
After 20 years experimenting a
guaranteed rubber flooring has been
brought forth more lasting than bat-
tleship linoleum. A boon for tired
feet. Found only at Rosser-Case-beers.
Three-piece Mahogany or Ivory suites
Vanity Case Bed Chifforette $175
Three-piece Gray Oak Suites Dresser
Bed Chifforette $81
Three-piece' Ivory suite Drqsser Bed
Many other good specials in bedrooms.
Decorated Bedroom Suites
Most attractive in any home. We have
them in all hand decorated finishes in a
varied assortment of color schemes;
Toilet Table or Vanity Bed and Chif-
forette; range complete $175 to $1500
Folding Card Tables
top full size and height.
Special for this week
k. Duofold Suites
Three-piece duofold suites consist-
ing of duofold chair and rocker in
mahogany finish upholstered in ve-
lour or tapestry. Price of suites;
"Acorn" Gas Ranges
Save half your gas bill besides you obtain perfect satisfac-
tion in your cooking. We show "Acorn" Ranges in all mod-
els 20 different types in upright ovens for your selection.
Prices range $60 to $175
Ask for a demonstration.
RosserCasebeer Furniture Cq
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