The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 32, Ed. 1, Thursday, November 2, 1922 Page: 2 of 20
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
TULSA DAILY WORLD THURSDAY NOVEMBER 2 1922
BOND SUIT FILED;
f ( nt.v Attorney Hrins
Ai t ion Against Rob-
i i mints attorney yealerday
(I huh i die' i let C'Miri aalnt Ail
Cl i'inu iri vtelert hti k robber
i t u Mt nty Kutii I'riiif"- J '
.in I ' iin' nfiil John I Craw-'
f i 'hi I "i.iin' bonrtamtn lor
Wailiiw for Man Who
BoutId far for $5000
.a t.r rj.fr inn: general iipri-' Jaralizcd Beaut u In
a."n .vir Mil wi.rK deIKned Id atiiii- . ...... .
ulve narrfiiittural v nrk In Tllli.il
"iinly Tti turl'UMi ibnttibere of
. nirrierre III the r.iunly poultry a"--laMon
llvH""k nMor lullinia
"lili rluhn and farmer organisation
n.ie all Invited In rami dele-a(ea to
mdin W. )( Ahtlfnn of fHlll-
.ntr o .mint altu farm BKent
"!!) i i '.!" nt tlm martini;
'WALTON TO SPEND
ENTIRE DAY HERE
band ari"l other musical organl- 'fur'her union Hint alneo the dlsaolv-1 Rradually since to 1135 626000 on ' way enter and final'' the recent
tatlonn ln of the Intent Injunction the ma'- September 30. The "decrease." Mr withdrawals of tho old Issue of
Altbntieh I! II. Howard rternn- .ter of lncludlnir Mayflcld'e name now rtinvrr atatpil ilnn in i vmv Ihmm i irtmnrv aivinp r run ......
cratlc nominee for ronirrcea will he rents with county election board i extent to three causes namely. cx-l-m per rent nnd the luW n
i .Mimn mm a inombrr of thr
.n .."ink rotiliei an and on
I. ifji m tonvletad tn iIIs-
ip i .iinl Hnfm-fd tn IS years
. -i iiit inUntinry. I In iip-
i ' Judltment anil was re-
' " ft 110000 miperseileas
mkimiI l.y Whitney I'llneo
'i in ml and Crawford.
V -'ate tw provide thnt when
i . ted prrsun makes a auper-
. . i ."11 "I he miwt remain within
" iiinsilit ilnn of the atale courts
MiiM-i wns ronyltted recently In
x i i. i iiuio thett and l now errv.
i i -eiitcnce In tha Tesaa peril-n-i
v "ml "f hla Tas escapade
i. ii tSe loiinty attorney here
.miii..i i.niM4lnK a illamlsaal of
i. ii i. .ii was filed before the
ihmip.I .nur' of appeals. The a-
ll vi idired illanil"d mill the
.vi.m.iii f the lower court was
iii. . .iiiKiiiialleally sustained. This
. ii made Chrlnnan due In ills-
irt mill to h sentenced to Ilia
" loniisiv tn begin srrvlnr Ills
AN In n hlrt imm was railed Inst
.1 - . i .r i .1 neither Clirlsrnaii nor his
i i )-.tue i niipfHred In ruiirt nnd the
; i i miu bond was (irdered forfeited
i i urilrr nt (oifeltiiro reaiilted In
ie filmK of the bond suit yester-
Prank Htanley and llddle Hhou-
'IU' tie wen' other members of the
.i.irny lnnk robber Kan. Iloth were
iiivl. led rlliouiiietta Is In the
I ute penitentiary and Stanley s nt
lllifflv u i'lul' a 115.000 siipersedens
nd pending an nppeal. Hhottiiuetto
lien nppeiilcd lile ease and was re-
ir.ised cm bond but when nrrested
eriil months nco In Oklahoma City
i n it Untrue of auto then his bonds-
men withdrew and he was ordered
to the statu penitentiary
IS WORTH WHILE
Okmultfue Pastor Ad-
dn.'Hfies Rotary Clnh
Upon Its Activities
' DlVOltl-i: "IJTITIONH filed yes-
terdny Jm It l.iy HRiilnst ltcee
J).iy Cora Powney nit.ilnst Carl
Downey r.lhvl Henry iikiiIiisI I'res--'
l Henry Hattle Ward nitnliist
Charles Ward I'ranees Van 'unit
ntialiiHt l.oKan U Vim .iiiiitt
I'KTITIONM KC)H PIHHOI.I'TION
were fil"l yesterilay In dlstrlet court
by tlu I'hllllps IllKradn lteflnlmt
fj-nmpaiiy imd th I'hllllps Hawkryi)
vDiIIIIiik I'oiiipnny. Holh petitions
stated that neither one of the com-
panies hud been onsaKed In business
for rovi'rul months as they had been
UnerKed with tho Walte l'lillllpn com-
" lll.NJAMIV KCOVKM. well
known dramatic Interpreter and
- nephew of Kir Henry Irving of din-
untie fume will deliver ejicerpli
from four of Hlmkeepearir plays
Thursday evening nt 8 uYIO'-k. Trin-
ity Uplseopnl chuivh In a program
npnnsored by St. Itrsuta'n nullil. tr
ween nets of "Tho .Merchant of Ven-
ice " Henry VIII." "Itlchard lit" and
Julius C.tus.ir" musical numbers
will he Klvon hv Mrs. A. W. lllne
oruanlst Mrs. K. II. Ilaloh soprano
enlolst and Hoy Harrison tenor
Hcovnll haa had "lone experience In
dramatic work Including hla servlco
In InliiK'a company after tho re.
quired experience of 1G yeara In
INVITATIO.VH TO THR nrcanlrn-
(ion liioi'tliiR of an nt;rlrtiltur.il coun
til to bo held In Tulsa November If'
were sent out yesterday by J H. Mi-
lone enmity agent and the Chamber
el Commerce. The council accord-
Inir to jiresent tdans. Is for the pur-
M i'i's life was rnmpared In terms
of " ir" b s by Itev John A Birr of
"kmuli r who addreiwed thr liota.
i "lull at lintel Tu Ira Wednesday
noun I "lf has not rea hil Its fill-
flllmrnt lie derlarrd. nnlrsr man
i mrr from thr mell Ir' le whlih
flrat rnrompnaees his a Hvlties a ml
creates new rlrf les of widened di-
mensions. Itrerend Itlie also ('unintended
the llotary rluha of ilir world 'for
llielr unreaelnit ai-tlvltles In tile buy
life of their respective i oinniiinllli s
A hiims.n life he Insisted U the
Krentesl ttilriK In the world nnd no
art It mare worthy thnn'one which
leads a life tn n higher underslnnd-
ln or prevents tho needless loss of
"The man who never strives to
enlarge hla circle of life and his
ri'rvlir to his fellow men" wes
awny In the end without hnvW con-
tributed his share to the rnusn of
hutnntilly" lleverend Hire said "It
Is only by rmericlng from one Hrile
slid Into nnolhir that he npproirhci
life's fulfillment. He Is neer eatli-
fled to remain Inside h reslrlrted
area but Is ronstnntly renllxltiK
more nnd more his Ood-klvcn duties
toward humanity of which he Is a
"Wenlth does not provide this ful-
fillment. Kervlce to fellowmnn.
wjili li Is service to humanity Is not
produced by wealth In dollars nnd
ents. It cotnrs directly from the
heart nnd there can be no other
source llotary stands fur servlie
above self which nfttr all Is the
reason Itntnrv has become one of
the most wonderful factors nnd Ire.
mendnus Influencin for Kood In this
Iteverend Hire related the act of
n near by llotary club which under-
took to aei-urn medical examination
and attention for needy children.
Tho move wai condemned by sums
outsiders who contended a superfi-
cial examination or a defective child
"I recall one of thesn cisea Just
now A youtmsler In the adolescent
period was found to be deaf lu one
car. Ho was put under treatment
and emcrited with his hearlnK en-
"Was It worth tho effort' What
did that recovery menu to this boy?
I know what you men think t
know what I would think If he were
my bn:v And this youn man Is Just
as much n pnrt ot humanity na each
of you who sll before mo '
1 1 KM MOIM:" Iowa. Nn
Mrs It ill n Hrhepni rhorn who ad-
t rri Isrd im . 1 1 ' I u 1 1-kn nun Hint nha
was nffrrl iK herself for eile to
snynne who Amild B've bar I'i.ihio
with wbl" h i restore her health
and former i.en-itv shattered four
years ko when she was ehot by
her lale hitshnnl says rhe has
heard nothinir (urthrr from Ueortso
ltoer thr Chl'HKoan who she
a. hat o'fi'rrd her the money.
Mri Hrhermrrhorn who In now
ronined to her hnme heralise of
per ii lysis resulting ft tn her In-
juries says she topnis (na"r to
visit her sometime during the next
weak or two.
Mrs. Hrherinerhorn waa married
to l.oula II. Hchermerhorn fortnei
Make Every Effort to
John Cain wny Walton reconstruc-
tion nominee for Kovernor Is to
spend all day Thursday In 'flilsa.
With Mrs. Vt'nlton he Is to arrive on
the I'rlsco nt ft o'clock. At 12 30 he
and Mrs Wall on arr to be tho guests
of honor (it a business womnn'n re-
ception nt 4 l(S Houtli Detroit. Dur-
i lnr the nfternnon n irenrrnl reception
for women in to he held at the home
lie Motlie. huslnesa man. l hla ? ' '?' " ' i" Cnr.nn lart.nn"
-tenth bed followlnn the ehootliiK L.ni . v .Wl- !?? JnKXrnn Is
nifttri to irii
In a Kansas City hotel room
Bchermerhoril turned the nun
upon himself after he hail shot
Mrs Hrhernierhorn who as then
Miss lluyi Hhoemakri.
Georgia Pastor Guilty of
n member of lha Walton party It Is t . rrnorted her lodny th.it
understood ho Is not to be Klven n.tnrneys for Mayfleld nro nt Kort
part fin the program that will de- Worth proparltut mandamus nctlyn
tract from the mayors Important lln itrct court to compl county.
r.lT .wV'on ! h" miroduced by pfct0M mrds to Include Tlayfleld I
John I. IrOKiiriFwho wns n nelithbor i nsmo on ho b.illot. I
u nniiuiin ii nuiirii.i 0
Indications nr thai local recon-
strnctlonlsta must .lln deep Into their I POSTAL SAVINGS SHRINKING
pockets to cover tho cost of Walton's l
visit hefe together with tha nil- .... "ti-..-n. i. Bm.ii
merous paid nltrnr-.lons that are It n 'l " Smalkr
planned In cpnnertlon with his stay. Tlinn In 1010.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 1. Pn-
' tal saving deposits continue to
I shrink but the decrease durlnr? the
IN IN r Rr f-Slsmnll-r tlmn In nny three-month
MUMU 111 J 1 1 IULLU 1
trcmely heavy withdrawals In those
offices ndjncent to the coal fleldsj
decreased deposits nt the large rail-
HTATKyilOltO On . Nov. I
Ullliit railrlck youthful former
Melhodmt preachrr was found
guilty of first degree murder
In connection with tha killing of his
inother-ln-law' Mrs. Mum!" I.ou
IHnn last June the Jury retunilng
it vetdlct early tonight with n re-
commc Dilation for mercy. Tho ver-
dict automatically carries n sentence
of llln Imprisonment.
Tho Jury'a verdict was reached
after a consideration of tho rnse that
lasted since 0 o'clock this morning.
htiitlsfactlon with the verdict nnd
sentence were expressed by I'adrlck
as he was led from tho courtroom
by Mherlff Jon Tlllmanii to begin
his term of llfn Imprisonment.
"I will I. nt appeal" ho paid "I am
well natlsfled with the virdlct."
Tha Jury if turned Hh verdict nt
: 30 o'clock after having taken the
cusu at 11 o'clock last night.
I'adrlck was placed on trial Mon-
day for till) confessed elaylng of his
mother-in-law who was found dead
In nil automobile on tlm i.ja.l be-
tween Clllo and Dover Into In the
afternoon of last June IV. Ills wlfn
was tilno In tho mtirlilim suffering
from wounds from which shn died
within it short time.
I'adrlck was arrested a few hours
after the rilnw won discovered. He
wns taken to the Itlchmottd county
Jail nt Augusta becauso of fear of
violence. There ho atnted that he
had been directed "by tho hand of
ttod" In committing the crime.
ono of Walton s
During the entire afternoon tha
Ktlllwater A. A. M band Is to play
on the down-town streets and nt
7.30. according to tlm announcement
from local Walton headquarters n
torchlight parade Is to etait nt
Fourth nnd Detroit nnd proreed to
convention halt where Walton
speaks at .1.
According to the same announce-
ment the program will be carried
out as above regardless vf weather
riiiiillllotis Tulsa Wnltonltrs nrn
confident tho Weather will be tin-
Usually agreeable. In honor of Wal-
The Ktlllwater band Is coming
District Court Action
Puts Case Back to
At-'HTIN Texas Nov. 1. Htnte of-
ficials tonight wero marking time In
the Mayfleld senatorial litigation.
The action of Judge A M. Illnckman
of the Seventy-seventh district court
In dlKsnlvlug the temporary Injunc-
tion today pursuant tn the order of
the Dallas court of appeal plac
the litigation In the same poeltlon
as It was fallowing tho decision of
the state supreme court oh tUc cor-
tlcana Injunction last Friday night
It was stated by mcmliera of tho nt-
here under protest to participate In I torney.gencrnl'H department tonight.
the Walton reception. Ily direction '""olln .norney-wciierai uce-
of J. A. Whllehuret president of the!'1'1' nlvlei Hecrelary of Htnte Hta-
state board of agriculture. President I I'l'l !" Hat unlay to certify May-
Kskrldge of the A. M. college has Hold's name to county officials In
ordered the musical organization to view of the supreme court's decision
take pan In tho parade. Most otitic both state officials refused to state
hand members are opposed to Val-1 their opinions on whethy or not
ton nnd strenuously objected to the election officials arc free ifow to put
order. j.Mayfleld's name on the bullot. The
It Is planned to have hero the joplnlon wns expressed today by nt-
Oklahoma Military Acndetny band torneys who confercd with tho at-
of Cl.iremore the Ha i ul pa boe' torncy-grnetal'a department on
period since March 1910 when de-
posits reached the peak AssUtan'
I'ostmaster-denernl Olover de
clnred today In a statement whlc'
said erroneous unofficial reports n
to the postal ravings decline hat
been published. Deposits In Mari h
1919. reached the unprecedented
figure of 1176 8JS 524 drcltnlnF
Try This Free
Apply It to Any Itupture Old or
Hocent l.argo or Small nnd You
arc mi Hit; Umul That lln.a
Orpheum Bill Today One of
Season's Best A nnlversary Pro-
gram Has Three Headliners
The Orpheum circuit's third of a century anniversary program
will bo at the Tulsa Orpheum for three days starting today. Tho
bill la said to bo of such a high grade of excellence that the man-
agement requests patrons who can to attend tho thrto showa
which open today ns be predicts Hint seats will bo nt a premium
after the opening performances havo been given and tho news
sprrada over town nbout tho fln bill. There are threo acts on
today's bill which are entitled to headline honors. Itlla Clould
who nppenra In a "Song Cycle" with Oenn Cass at the piano
Murray Klsscti and company who present "Tho Ilarher of Seville''
nnd Princess Iladjah tho celebrated exponent of terpslcbore who
presents lixr famous Cleopatra dance. Another act on tha bill Is
Jack Hanley who offers a comedy pantomlne novelty. You will
enjoy every mlnutn of hla number. Tho show Is completed by
Hnrgent nnd Marvin vaudeville's favorite entertainers. Aa a whole
every act Is of a very high standard.
Sent Free to Prove This
Anyuno ruptured man womsn or ehlbl. I
hould write at nn"- to w. . mee Jin-n
Main Ht Adama. N. V. fr a fra trial t
hla woniltiful allmulatliK application. Jut
put II on tlis rupture ami tha muiclta l-
Kin to tlshtrn: thy brain to Mm! toa-rthrr
an that thr opanlnK cloita naturally ami
the nerd nt a aupport or truta or appll
sure la then dnna away with. Don't nea
Irct to aend for thla Itn trial. Kvcn It
nur ruptura dnran't bothrr you what la
tha use of wearing supports all your lit"!
Why autfar thla nulanceT Why run tha
tdk of sancrrna and such dansrra from a
mail and Innocent llttl rupture lha kind
that haa thrown thousands on ttia optrat-
tec labia? A lHat ot men and women are
dally runnier auch rlk Juit became their
rupturra do not hurt nor prevent them i
rrom uttlnr around wrne at once ror
thla free trial aa It ta certainly a wonder-
ful thlex and haa aided In the cure ot nip.
turea thnt were aa bis as a man'a two
flat. Try and write at once using tha
Frre for Hupture
W Z. Iltce. Inc.
119-11 Mala HV Adams tf. T.
To'i may send m entirety frea a
Rarnplr Treatment of your itlmulattnc
application for Itupture
PIERCE OIL CO. INTO COURT;
Stockholder (lot Order for New '
Hoard of lllnvtors. 1
NKW YOltlf. Nov. 1 A writ of
peremptory mandamus directing thu
officers of tho Pierce oil corporation 1
to call n meeting o( preferred ntock- I
holdeta to elect u new directorate
was granted preferred rtockholdcr
tiniiiy ny Hiiprema Court Justice
O'Mnlley Tlio petitioners claimed
that under the by-laws of the com-
pany n Virginia corporation fall-
urn to pny four quarterly dividends
tn preferivd stockholders automati-
cally gave preferred atockholders the
legal right of selection of directors.
Aaftiro.1 IT timing of
AVIien you are constipate!
not enough of Nature's
lubricating liquid lu pro-
duced In the bowel to keep
the food waste noft and
motlng. Doctors prescribe
Nujol because it acta like
thla natural lubricant and
thus replaces It.
w uioi la a
a medicine or
lrj It today.
a LutvnicANr-Nor a laxativl
Whether it is a turkey
dinner or an every day
dinner there is always
room for a luscious por-
tion of Heinz Fig Pud-
ding. Delicious light
wholesome and easy to
digest it is always good
and always good for
you. Most people pre-
fer it served with the
special sauce recipe for
which is on the can.
iiiKB JrLX f .f.ykB
fe L (M
SPECIAL THREE-DAY SALE
Detroit Jewel Ranges
THURSDAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY THIS WEEK
Hundreds cf Jewels Are Satisfac
torily in Use in Tulsa Today
Since we stnrtctl handling them we have sold
tin nvcrngc of n solid car n month. Folk
know their merits. They take no chance.
"THEY BAKE BETTER"
Because the patent oven construction circu-
lates the hent three times the length of the
oven instend of just once as in other
ranges. This construction makes it possible
to BAKE WITH THE OVEN DOOR OPEN.
All heat is held in thus delicato cakes do not
sink from lowering oven temperature by fre-
quently opening of the door.
TH I S SALE
YOUR CHOICE DE-
TROIT JEWEL RANGE
THINK OF IT
Only Two Paltry Dollars to
Modernize Your Kitchen
AS AN ADDED INDUCEMENT DURING THIS SALE WE ARE GIVING
EACH PURCHASER OF A DETROIT JEWEL RANGE
by warming and ambling MwJ
Stopthoae dull tniUtentachei
by relieving tb painlul con-
ceition Moan's does this.
Without rubbing It quickly
Venctratca the sore spot atim.
ulitinf the circulation to and
through It. Congestion Is re-
duced soreness tllaycd th
bloar'a relieve tore achtnr
uiuidee banlihei th? rslsz
ft rlieumttUm and peulflfla.
tlteiki up collie in cheet.
hlopa tullertnt -wheierer
coointion leaaaa paia.
"Glassbake" is an invention of trans-
parent dishes that are not affected by
heat. They are most easily cleaned
and delightful to use.
DON'T DELAY COME IN TODAY. SOONER OR LATER YOU'LL WANT
A DETROIT JEWEL. THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY.
SEE THIS SET ON DISPLAY AT THE BETTER HOMES EXPOSITION
116-118 SO. BOSTON
new series under date of October
at tho reduced rate of Interest ot
4 per cent
THE BOYS' SHOD
llN DAD'S STORIU
Boys' all-wool two
pants suits special
An unusual value in boys' .stylish new two-pants suits
of all-wool tweeds cassiniercs and corduroys. All
sizes at only $7.50
Boys' 515 all-wool two-pants suits in new' fall styles
and fabrics special at . ..u. ... ...$12.45
Boys' $4 all-wool sweaters in many colors and combi-
nations special at $2.45
Boys' regular $5 all-wool sweaters special Friday and
today at ......... . . ... - nv ..... .$3.95
Closing outour entire stock of girls' fine hats in beaver
and velvets all colors values to 512.50 at .it ....... $3.95
Boys' Union Suits
Boys' regular 51.50 winter. weight union suits in all
sizes from 8 to 18 years special at . .79c
Boys' $1.25 outing flannel night shirts special at . .79c
Boys' ?2 brown flannel shirts special at ....$1.35
Boys' all-wool mackinaws in new fall colors special
Boys' regular $1 fall caps special at 75c
Boys' guaranteed stockings in cordovan and black all
sizes '. 25c
Gloves for Tittle tots girls and boys in tan brown
gray black and whito. All styles and sizes at 50c to $5
I flsaaaaHalslsilBlaaa Bl SSHReiiKaaaE
Hear this famous baritone at his recital.
Then go to any dealer in Victor products
and hear the Victor
Records by Ruffo.
You will appreciate
how truly the Victrola
brings to you his per-
sonality and his art.
v ' 1 1 icr v i ctt" itfc rnti
IIU PWJItlU lUWa
L I I Hr h
Victor Talking Machine Co.
Camden New Jersey
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 32, Ed. 1, Thursday, November 2, 1922, newspaper, November 2, 1922; Tulsa, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc79397/m1/2/: accessed May 19, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.