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XIV, NO. 215
CHARGE JOHNSON R0BBED-WO0D LEADS
RfHUlh1u"ine n n m wl n 10 IS ',,l" 11 ,0f within the nrU
ni'inUJlIlclUb U C C 1 (1 G lOiniontli ur -hf r exult of a whr lmmi
I nnliuln "NTnr T) i aranlcd bakcrn. It announced today
m Relief Plans.
LOANS MADE POSSIBLE
Cash Bonus, Buying Land
or Home or Education.
COST PUTATSIX BILLION
Ultimate Estimate Would Ex
ceed Cash Pnynvcnt if
Adopted by Service Men.
WASHINGTON", April 28. Re
publican members of the, house wuvs
xnd mean romniltton ,.i.i,,nii
firtn.i in,w i! nn ,, . , .i Vy tl0,'
H rolToV foL, . . ? 5K.l::il'u'"Xrsl?." '!?u""
n ,.il, inn i.T7.;T.; ' VV"'
" iv-v.( ,va- tmuu 11 ill-
crease annually by compounding In
terest, anil on which loans could bo
obtilned from any postofflcc.
With this addition, ex-scrvlcu men
micht elect any one of tha flvo fol
lowlnp; planw Included In the repub
A cnnh bonus of J 1.25 a day for
tnih day of cervlce.
Aid In buylnp; farm land, to bo re
claimed by the government.
Aid In buying city homes.
Aid In their education.
Aid In their Ineuranco.
To popularize their four plans the
republicans propose, to allow JlJTS
a day for each day service, Instead
nt tne n.L'ft cash nonus as tho basis
for computing farm and homo aid,
loans and tho amount of financial aid
each man might receive In tho form
of educational training.
Tho average period of service for,
world war veterans was 100 days,
they said, explaining that Under tho
Insurance plan, the average veteran
could receive a paid up Insurnneo
policy of 1,857, payahlo to him In
nash at tho end of 20 yearn, or Im
mediately to his heirs In ovent of
Tho loan value of tho Insurance,
denoted In thn legislation as adjusted
M-rvlce certificates would not nc
eruo until the end of tho third year
the plan had been In forco, anil nt
hat time an ex-scrvlco man, with a
rernrd of 400 days service, would bo
entitled to a loan of $551. This
would bo the cash vnlun of his "cer
'ifleate" nt that tlmo at 5 per cent,
Interest compounded annually.
This plan, If adopted universally
bv the world war veteratis. would
mil the government far more than
the c,inh bonus of $t 25 a day. com
mitteemen said. Kstlmnting that
3 550.000 ex-servlee persons will bo
sffected by the bill, committeemen
declared that tho ultimate cot of
'he Insurance plan. If adopted hy all,
would bo approximately $8,000,000,
000 Tho rAsh bonus, It was esti
mated would cost $1,807,000,000, If
areepled by all.
ADMITS KILLING GIRL
Mlclilcan Man Siij-h llrs Strangled
I'hono f)M'rutir to Dentil He
(info Sim A.kol Mini to ln It
PONTIAG, Mich., April 28. An
on llest of Flint, Mich , factory em
ploye and former noldlor who con
fessed, according lo Prosecutor
'ilenn C. Gillespie, that ho ntrnnr;led
Miss Vera Schneider, r telephone
operator, last Sunday mornlnc, wiih
further questioned hy tho authori
ties to clear up what appeared to
Vhe discrepancies In tho stories told
lv him to tho prosecutor.
IlCKt was qunled na saylnfT ho
allied the ulrl whom hr had met only
hours earlier hceausn n)n nsked
li'ni ,o, that who wanted to dlo
heciuse sho 'Jwns tired of llfo and
na only In tho way of other,"
Tim statement, tho prosecutor
aid. pitvn no other exptanallon of
iho erlnie. Tho Klrl' hodv was
found on tho poroh of an unoeeu
"lert house In a restricted residential
D'Atmunzio's Bat levies
Fire on Italian Ships
r'U'MD. April 2S. Clabrlelo
Annun?Io's battery opened flro yes
terday afternoon on an Italian tor
pedo boat destroyer In tho vicinity
of Kiume. The shells, of which 20
ere fired, fell 1,000 yards in front
of tho courso of tho vessel. Thcro
"ere no casualties:. "
New York Lifa
Farmer & Duran
20U ralaro Bids. I'li.mo 151
! . -.
World's News Told
in Condensed Form
for Hurried Readers
riMl'AfUl. Am It Jl - llri.1 In rhlrmtr
HAN rnANTlHCO, April !. IlrliKlnc
the, laat detachment of American aol.llora
from Hlborla anil a number of lied ,!roaa
nuraea ati.l uorKcm, Ilia tranaport (treat
Northern arrive.! here today.
WABIIINmn.V. April SI. An aareement
on Hi n Mater poner hill nua reached loilay
nv ina aenale ami houa conferees, Init
the ihansea aureed upon will not be made
1 , - I'Uhii until tn. ttitiiHrento report la
0 UHC(1 Jori'ea.l) r..r ruini,i.i..i t.i the liour
WASHINGTON, April S. Tha fuller
' penai.ai bill, Increaaltu; to $50 k month
ceneiat penatona of civil and Menlcan wur
, veterans an asreed In conference between
the two houara, pagacil the houao luUay.
I nUIU.IN. April St. former King- I.uil-'
ult; haa rettirneil tn one of lila caallea Iti
lluvarlii from flivltxerlahrl. nhero ho had'
lltcd alnco the revolution, according to
tho .MorKenpoIt today, j
( fllK'Ano, April 21. noger Sulllian,
! democratic leader, left 11.600.000. accord
ing to tho lll filed for probate today.
The bulk of tho fortune waa Incorporated
In a truat fund for tho benaflt of thai
widow and chtldreu.
KANSAS CITT. April :i The creat u ,
beinved to have been reached In augar
"rlc" ,r"u' wnt '"" lontown
w., Vlven . tb. chl.t cii.. tor lb'""" the New York .llstrlcl, no
"boost" .cording to nnnniiuctiintnt tonight by
Ni:V TOHK, April St The .lapanee: I! Allied, assistant 1". S. attorney
atack eichange will re-open May l. ac-i general af, tho close of tin Invostlca--orMinr
It:'-';lrtiv'r ' tfrt ho" bus b.-on conducting here.
port company. The all k, rice and cotton
eichange, re open. the advice atated
WAItKAW. Anrll !" A general ad.
vanco by Pollah forces along a !o-mlle r Hit Id,
front Into the I kralnn waa announced In 1 tuor,v l Undine nsalatant United
lo.tay's communique by tho Poll.li general , J"Pn I- Hotlini , BKSIH .11H L ll .i
ataff. The movement. It la et forth, la for i Stnfs attorney for New Jersey, who
the cipulalon of the foreign Invadera, Ilu- wns present when Mr. Ames made
elan boi.heMk. , tiln unounccmunt. "aid tho Now
vrxv Yortif Anni rue v xatt Jeey federal Brand Jury Ih In e--tock
f exJhang; will b ciodMurdayll'.n und ready to take. Immediate
May 1, "moving day," the board of gov I action,
crnora announced today. An unuaual num. I
ber of firms wilt be compelled to move to J
new offices on that date. The conaolldaled I W ASHINGTON, April 28. Asilst-
etoclt exchange and the curb alao will
c!.fiD,.,... ... .
iskr with 'Orrinnny Uld btforo th
nenatfl foriKn rcUtlonu tummlttr tftdHjr
by Senator Knox, republican, Pennyl-
v-nla. It JlicuiM.i nrtcfly with Hcrno-
cratlc opposition Indicted. The reiolutlnn
ouiu provide alio ror peace witn auk
nURKKLKT, Cnl., April : 8 What waj
Rpttlrnimt In thn United htatcii to bo uc I
tujlly turnM over to former erlcs men,
wan parched out by Hie atato land set-
t ement bord today when 37 annllcMntii .
who rved In tho late war were clven tUle
to da many farms In Merced.ea county.
LONDON. April Sinn Peln demon
ntiHitoha at Wormwood Scrubtm prison tn- (
nlKht Ird lo rlutoim confltct with an anti- 1
Hlnn Keln crowd Several pfwoim wir j
allRhily Injured anrl to Irlxh prlewts wito
roughly handled, Thcro no repoim!
to tha demuntratlonn from lnld thn!
prison I'lve mor hunger atrlUera wore
acnt to the hospltat today. J
(AlHO. April 38. Th work of a mod-!
rrt bliifb'ard haa been discovered at j
Tantn. A4 tnitcn norths ft t of catrn, noted
for lift Mohammedan fcatt hIs und fair. ,
nmn enticed into a certain houtm on
tho prriext rf mrctliiK a ufalthy artnilrar
havo bean robbr.l of their Jawcla and then.
Afterwnrda their timUm arm
rpt Hie head,. :o of whic h vcro ;
round in tho
ni;V TonK, April 2I nprearffta
tlea of tho anthraelto mine workers have
notified iho operatnia that their counter
offer of a wbko Inereaao approximating
15 per cent I rejected and declined to ac
cept their proposal fur arbitration, or,
cordlne to a alateinent la.iued hero tnnlKht
br the aubcointnltire. appointed tn neirotl
ato a new waiio aijreenicnt for tho hard
coal workers. vi
TUI.SA, Okla., April it Maximum, It;
minimum, 4,, aouth wlnrla; clear.
OKLAHOMA: Thuraday partrr cloudy;
Krlday probably unaettlad, aomewhat
LOUISIANA: Thuraday fair, warmer;
1'rlday parlly cloudy.
AUKANHASs Thuraday partly cloudy,
warmer, I'rlday cloudy, cooler In north
IJAHT TKXAS. Thuraday partly cloudy,
wurmer In norlhcaat and oiithneat por
tlona; Trlday cloudy, cooler In northneat
wkst ti:xah Thuraday partly cloud)-,
Krlday partly cloudy, cooler In north por
KANSAS rinudv Thuraday fooler In
north portion. Friday ahowera and
Declares "Comer" in Paper
Supply Cause of High Price
surdly" hiKh prices for ncwspiin
paper bouKht on the spot murkut arc
duo to a "corner" resultlnK naturally
from tho present shortage, Cieorfco
McAneny, executive ntanaKor of the
New Vork Times, declared today be
fore the senate committee Invesll
R.itlns the paper situation. Tho
market price is tce or tluco times
as much as th.it for p.iper bought
under contracts, he said
Itrokers and small manufacturer,)
wcro blamed 'by Mr. McAneny for
tho hlBh prices. Answering- a ques
tion by Senator Heed, democrat, Mis
souri, as to whether there was
profiterrlnfT, he hdld "they are soil
Inp tho paper." Publishers from
lloston, Philadelphia, Providence,
rlttNlinrc?h and Italtimore are sclied.
I uled to appear as witnesses
Cominitieeiiien Indicated today
that the investigation would be di
rected nt profneerliiB. m.inufaclur
ini? cohtv. mtIWiir pi Ices, paper con
mimptinn fid adverttsinc AmonK
todais winti'-ii's 1 uarirs i.ane or
the New York livening Post and Mr
McAnein 1 uggested the best remedy
for tho spot market condltlou was I
OF STRIKE HEADS
New York Grand .Jury
to Probe Walkout
of Rail Men.
AMES PUT IN CHARGE
Assistant Attorney General in
Cotham Empowered to
Act as He Chooses.
OTHERS MAY BE INCLUDED
Rumored That Action Will
Be Taken Elsewhere Pro
ceed Under Lever Law.
NKW YOltK, April 28 Indict-
I'""'"" vmmiiuii m wu- .-
ver act will bo hoiirIU by tho Rovorn-
nnalnt leaUiTH of tile railroad
' KcrJiVrtl grand Juries 111 Now York t
an(( .wark will l,0 asked In proceed J
against tllO Strike leudC'S, .Mr AmOS
nnt .iiiumm- c,i,riii Amou u.i. pic
I cn "full power" to handle the New
UMtlon who,, he left to
lUVOBHRato colld IHouh there. Attor-
' nry General Palmer wild tonlKht.
i- Amti hil iut cnmmiinipntPrl
l.f - V. t . c2 . lK 1 I
w"n tne department of Justice and
uinciHiH prererriti to nwait Informa-
(tlon from him before discussing the
! government' propound action. '
timt HlmJl.ir ncUon Would
" luKrn In foveml other rltlon whprn
tl)' strike had boi'n Pa rttmilHrlv b'n!
.... " 1 l . LU' F.iy " ,a
I ut cum irint'ii at Hie (JO-
FORTY STRIKERS BACK
Hock IsIiiikI S(,nien Hrturn to
Work In Oklahoma Cllj In.
rn-a-a In Wiikoh lieniaiuleil
OKLAHOMA CITV. April 2H.
nrty swltelimen enmloveil l.v t,.
lnlarH who Inht nlcht wlih
other HWitchmen nun ilii i,i T.i.
,,, 1 "lr )ohs With-
; ; re.it.Dn lor doitiK so.
'Odiiy voted to return tn work n't
once. Tho Hantu !.' tnrii... . w.:
i i, .i :,. . . ' "i
in thr,'Jyan.T U.ro reWS Koln
At a meetlnB of Hwltehmcn last
Iiik from noon ntiin i:.i .1.1..
np, It wim decided to demand that
,wtKe h0 Increased from 2vto 95
cents an hour mid that the p;,v of
yard foremen ho raised from 6Stt
"'?.rn 1,our ? ollit hour
-....cn.,,,,, n wurKinR liny.
Krhco officials tonlffht said C2 of
tho b., men on that road were Idlo
'T'1 ,'nho Uo,ck ,H,n"'1 Ported 1 1 of
tho 20 employed hero n xiin n,,t i.
I was said that tho total number who
i".. mi.;.i nurii mm nicht wan 110.
A publicity commltteo Is to Jio
appointed at a. nieetinn t0 be held
tomorrow mornlnc to Blv out Infor.
mation as to the plans, demands and
actions of tho Idlo switchmen.
Strikers Slid Oilt.
LOUIS. April 2S 1.11,1
J'""1',1"'" !l?ro' "t a mass mecilnir
V " in iiRtii to a finish,"
James ,s. hubank. t-lMirmnn of the
M Louis Vardrnens association
MddlnUp'Usl'Cr" f,'" r,""petitlve
ho1 hi-1 ,thd,t if'1 Bovor"ment will
bo able lo rcllfivo the print paper
shortage was expressed by Frank
P. Olass of Hlrminehi.m ai
I pprs Publishers association. Ho ox
rnlalneH lh.t tt.n
print was worldwide. While con
ceding that the coM of making pa
per has Increased, Mr. Cilass thought
present prices excessive and that the
manufacturers wcro "making high
Anaunrih. u.,. ..v. i
nub lenrT n7e,"n, , , ,11 V. r.c" 1 forc' "f lll,"t 137,000 men and 20a
UM &aft rn is provided for "n ",hS
: " : ' -,..v ,, vi. tin lua
wna to bl.iuio for Increaned advertis-
Mr. McAneny agreed with Mr.
Olass that tho Increased advortlsl g I
"was a coincidence" to the T niipllca- I
tiim of thn excess profits lav Mr.
said the demand Tor nilvertlsliig was
due to a post-war desire 'o stlintl
The shorlage of paper ' said Mr
McAneny. "Is due tn the ah lloritial I
demand for advertising. There Is
actually more newsprint nancr fhls
ycir thiji last.
TULSA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, APRIL 2!), 1!)20
Tulsa Woman Weds '
in First Muskogee
Ft) aied Preaa Htata Wire
MlSKOdHl:. April 2 Tlf
first oveiull and calico wedding
held in Muskogee was a double
header, performed In the Melton
hotel, the Itov. New Harris of St
raills .Methodist chulch officiat
ing The men wore yellow blb-mer-alls
and the brides' dresses were
made lif calico.
J. Parker Watson of Hoynion
claimed Mrs .M.iy lllbsou of Till -s.i
as his bride and WatMJn's purl
Per in business, Harry Hex Whaley
claimed as his bride Mrs. Ooldla
Mlley of rushing. x
It was not .only a calico and
overnll wedding but Hie consum
mation of a war romance. They
were to have been married In lots
after this country entered tho
world wnr and the men were call
ed to the colors. One served in
Prance and Hie other In Siberia.
The women waited for them to
return. Tho soldier from Siberia
Just arrived a few days ago und
preparations were mado tor the
"Wo married In overalls and
cnlica o as to be in fashion and
at the same lime show our patriot
Ism. ' said Harry Whaley
r e: a it 1 1
1 WO beSSlOilS Arc Heidi
UU ijlltiu UOCKJ PjJIC'll
L0WDEN IS FAVORED
"KeRiiIar" Deloj,'atcs Unin
structed but Are Reported
for Illinois Governor.
, '''TTLI-: UOriC, Ark., April 8
hen the republican stale conven
tion this afternoon volcd to seat tho
delegation .'ompo-ed of whites from
Pulaski count), which Includes Little
Hock, ,ill the negro delegates with
drew and adiouined to nnol'ior hall
l:e!d 11 convention and nominated
'andlcla(cK for delegates to tho un
til nal convention and for governor.
Several white delegates left tho or.
ijflnal convention mul went with Hie
ntgroes. Helegales In the rival fac
tion announced that they will carry
the fight to iho republican national
convention a ml that they nlreadv
havo iiiKed a fund of 1 1.000 to alii
their candidate for governor who Is
.1. II. Hlout of Forrest Oily, principal
of n negro school a, Helena
in- w iwKiraw ing iicieg.ttes were
jet red ,-ind hooted as they left 'he
convention r.an. rue remaining ilelo
gdKs elected eight delegates nt bilge
to the national convention, each to
have butt ;i vole The dolepiues were
unlnstiiieted although l.owoen sup.
porters ol.ilm that nil aro friendly to
the Illinois governor. Tho delegates
are as follows:
H. I, ilemmel. Llttlo Itnck; P N.
I!ley, Hot Hprlngs, John I Worth
Ington, Jlairlson; A.J. IMisiell, f3reen
Forest: :. .M. Itowe, Little Hook;
.1 H Duller, Prnwford counlv! r. P
Tavlnr. Mioilsslppl count v, and A. .1
Itowland of Malvern.
Charles Cob- of Hatesville. who wui
cbalrmai, of the committee wiih nom
inated for I'niled States senator and
Wallace Townsend of tl tin Hock was
roniinatrd for governor. Dr. Ida J
lirookH, a Little Itoek woman, phyfl
clan, was nominated for stnte super.
Inlendcni of public Instruction. II
I Hemniel was ,e-eleeted as Arkan
f.is member of the detuibllcin na
'Hie ctmvenllnn of whites and
blacks elected the following as dele,
galo of Hope The latter is a while
Ur K p Morris. Helena, Illsbnp
J. M. Conner, Little Hock; S. P.
Jones, Lntle Hock and N. S. Apple
gate of Hope The loiter Is 11 white
roan H '. Jones, a Little Itoek ne.
gto Ian ver, was elocted as member
of tho ropubllc&i. mtional totnrnl'
lee NAVAL BILL IS PASSED
henntn AppruirN Mensurn Addlnc
Apiirnprlations (tier IIiium- mil
Is Sent tiT-CoiifcH'tli'f.
WAKIIINOTON, April 28 The
naval appropriation bill carrying ap
proximately J if, 5,000,000 for 1921
navy expenditures passed the sennto
lalo today without a record vole and.
was sent to conferenco for adjust-.
nieni 01 iv,uuu,iimu senate incrcuso
over the house bill totul. '
luienanco OI I
Maintenance of the present navuj
bill, which passed tho senate In lew
than two days nfter It was taken uij.
It also appropriated $108,000,000 Vo
coniploio the 191 r, building progrun
".'.'i . .".""K !r?sr.u!n
T, ' vessels, duo to I... f nlshed Jn
three more years at additional wist
of I3G1, 7.15, 000. but does not provlilo
tor any extension ot that program.
Another amendment added by Iho
senato provides tor developing tho.
naval oil reserves through lease sulo !
or goernment ownership.
Knr roort food tro tn tha Mirmnnx e.i.J
j ttrU, under Woolwot tii'a. Advu ,
TEN OHIO VOTES
MAY GO TO WOOD
(ieneral Sure of Seven,
ami May Capture
HARDING KEEPS LEAD
Plurality Exveods 15,000
Proctor Says Senator Can't
GETS BAY STATE DELEGATES
Several Express Intention of
Supporting Army Man at
COI.rMIU'S, Ohio, April .,
, With but pici lm ia out if 11
tntsl of r.,HSi III tlu hlaH' iiiIshIiik,
returns nt inliliilglit fniin iIit
iIiij'h pri'shlcntlal prlimtry cli'i iloii
in t"'l" Senator Warren i.
Hurtling 11 li-atl of l,,IHll nics oier
M11J, (icn, l.t'oiianl I, The iti;
iianiiiig 1 .;, nu:ti U'ooii kmi.hit.
Harry M. Ilaiiglicit) , Hiirillllic'H
''anipalun nuningcr, bus Imm-ii iIi.
fniUtl. on tin- i.e.- or ninllablo
I'l'tliriH. Il V Wlllllllll S. Until, ( hit,,.
land utioiney i t, nll(ai
I mr intiut 111 large "' "" t'l'l
fiigo t'oiiwiitloii. Willi 011I) 111) pri-.
I clnclH llll.Hr.lng Itn)( hi,N ,.a,l ,,f
l.Hil, It i iim ImIIi-miI this I,.,, I
nilglil Do icdiiicil 10 iipproiliiuitr.
ly l,OUO by Intel' ivliiriii,
CHICAOO, April ss. The
result of New Jerseys preKlden
llal iwi.nary yesturduy bus slopped
(he 'wild career of tho f.illfornlu
suii.ilar" William Cooper Procter,
manager of MaJ. dun. Leonard
Wo(L"s cumpulgn, annuuncetl to
day. Procter claimed all the
state's district delegates, except
poNtfllily to, for Wood.
Tlvo Ohio dnlegatlon Inn been
"spltt In two" Procter says, and
"lb Harding eandlducy certainly
cauiHit survive tho result."
CO'I.l Mlll'H, olilo7 April 'K -WltlLotily
110 out of 11 tolal of D.882
iMcuuiiiu 111 mo stiiio missing, re
turns tonight from eHtorduy's presl
deuUal primary elecllon In Ohio gale
Keitiitor Warren ti. Harding a lead
of i:i,S3.1 voles 01 er (ieneral Wood.
Tho vote stood. For Harding 121.
I8.ri; for Wood 107, 0D2.
Three Harding candidates n, one
Wood c.indldale were In thn lead In
the race for delegute a I large to the
reifuiuiuiu minimal convention, but
l.ito returns today indlcalod h pos
sibility that four Harding c.iudliluios
mlglit be elected.
Iti'ttirns Innlghl Indicated as und
pofHlbly Al of Ohio's delegates In tho
republican national convention will
bo pledged to Senator Hauling on
first, choice, while seven and pos
sibly 10 of the delegates will on.
pledged to Wood.
I-titcst available returns Indiiy
show that Hiram .Inlunoti of Call,
fnrnla pooled 1,1,009 vote Respite
I lie fact that his name wiis not
prlifted on Iho ballots.
I (in cling candidates had 1111 nppo
Hltlmi In three counties mid appear
to rpave carried 1 1 district),. Wood
candidates apparently were success
ful .in three districts. Two districts
still, were In doubt, but In una of
thei-e districts the nineteenth
( Youngslown) one Wood and one
Harding candidate appeared lo be
VIOSTON, April 2S.-The organ
ization Hates of" republican and
detnorratli I'lindidales for delegates
at large lo the national conventions
woto elected by substantial tnajorl
tl'w In jesterday's presidential pref
erence primary, m-eonllng to the
complete vote today. Senator Harry
Oa,hol Lodge led the republican "big
firur" who headed the ballot as a
KJoup He was followed in the order
nMued by Hpeakei Frederick II. (311
iTlt of tho national housi' of rcpro.
U'titallves, former Senator Murray
Crano and lldvuird A Tliursloii,
former rhalrm.in of Iho republican
Mate committee The demonrntle
"regulars" were elected by majorities
of three and four tn one over former
(Congressman Joseph O'Connell,
Of the 31 republican delegates. In-
( eluding those,. it large, 2D aro un
pledged, but several of these have
announced their Intention in vote
for MaJ. (len Leonard Wnnd. Two
nro pledged In Wood and four were
described on the hallo as favorable
to him The entire domneratlo
delegation is unpledged
TO PROBE SCHOOL CHARGES
Iilii'stlgiilion of Conduct or Negro
President's Ponilurl Ordoriyl.
11 Aaaoclated I'reaa Slate wire
OKLAHOMA PITY', April 28.
Pharges against .1 M. Marquess,
negro president of the colored agrl-
cultural aii'l normal uni ei sit i
Lang-ion f evented l. '',,,.. r r
rJImiimiis negro poj-iinastei at
noirv win no itnesugainl i tin
noarii o, regents or Hie un ei-
when it meets early In June It
WllrOn. State sunerlntendent of nnti
iHu inBtructlon, Bald '.oda.
Mexican Revolts Spread;
Order Yanks to Prepare
American Forces in El
to Act If Uprisings
Under Gonzalez Desert Carranza and
Capture Port of Isthmus Report of
Rebel Attack on Pacific Port Unconfirmed
HI. PAH.i. April ?s mwlcnn
troops 111 V.I Paso tonight weie or-
dered to be piep.tred for action In
the event 11 threatened uprising In
luaren endangers this ellv
.Military police In the city have
-angemenls i patrol a dead lino In
part of the olty beyond
which civilians will not bo nermltled
lp go In the direction if thn Hlo
PiirrHiiza officials In l'!l Paso and
Juarez tonight wcro prepared to
move against a threatened altempt
to swing tho Juarez garrison Into
line with the ('hlhuiihiia revolution
which was launched In the slate
Kills S11111I1H11I, consul gcncrul'licrc
for tho Mexican federal government
today confirmed rrporls of a" ruvolt
in l'hlliiahiia City, but said he was
"There was righting. Ipil beyond
thai 1 know nothing of Iho situa
tion'1 fald K.inilnVal
Funds of the customs offlco in
Jliaicz were brought to an F.l Paso
bank here lain this aflernoon,
JAIHti:.. April 2S -Troops at
Sullna Pru,. cummanded by (ie.n
enil Ajejo tJon.alez. have revolted
and taken posyesslon of tile pott,
one of thn most Important on llin
I Isthmus, according in a report 10
j celled here Innlghl j.
A ( i I ' A PHIKTA. Knnnra
DRIVE FOR TULSA
Extensive Conipaign to
Ke Conducted lietween
May 10 and 15.
CIVIC LEAGUE ACTIVE
All Other Civic Clubs Asked
(o Aid in SpriiiK ClcaniiiK
Miss Tulsa will conduct her an
tin cans and other accumulations
likely to form a breeding place for
files. All available, wagons will bo
secured by the city for llui removal
mint sitting hmiscclcanlng May 10
lo 15 when u city cleanup week will
bo directed by the Tulsa Civic leagtio
In r.o-oporallon with Iho city gov
ernment and civic clubs.
Plans for the cleanup campaign
wore made yestorday afternoon by
tho executive hoard of tho Clvlo
league, with .Mrs 1 ,1 t.i I). Lindsay,
president, presiding. Mrs K. L
Merry, head of tho deparlment of
community welfare In tho league,
will be general chairman for thn
campaign and Mrs. 11. Forrest Hay
den, general vice clialrniuti. A "cap
tain of cleanliness" lo bo appointed
In each precinct will havo a corps of
Hearty Indorsement of the, pro
posed cleanup has been give,, 'by tho
newly elected mayor, who, will, his
associates, will lend every aid pos
sible. All residents will be asked
to assume a personal obligation to
look after their own premises and
the Interest of school children will
lllso be enlisted.
The cleanup will consist of putting
premises In order and elimination of
unsightly objects In yards; removal
of lKler from vacant lots and prop
erty upon wlib b billboards aro lo
cated, and carting awav nf all tiash,
('(iMIM'l.ll I'V' I- 1 WO
OIL TAX IS APPROVED
Ooirrimr-clc'-t Parker of luilMaii.t
(Jets Afiiriineo thai omiKinlcs
Will SupiMirl Proicl la-iy.
NF.W OltLICANS. Apt 1 '-'"
prnir-flect John M Parker today re.
.elird assurance from "II interests,
bonded by Hi" Standard (M com
pany tli.it they would agree lo tho
propositi In levy a license tax of -per
cent on tho severance of tho
stiilo's natural rebourcmi.
Itepresontallvos of other InterastM
using liulslana natural rwiour.es
agreeing to the tax Include lumber.
main, turpentine, gas ami sail riv
irmei iior eleet announced that tw
nwranie ta would I led Hi e. i-i
r .'.2.' 'nnj or w hlcli J 1 ,S00.0ft w ill
,e from ell. J.100.000 from .itn-
l.er piling cross ties insln and
peniine anil me nuiam c from su
nhnr kail i-r.iiel
20 PAG MS.
Paso Told to Be Rpnrlv
Menace U. S. Troon
.KepLrts of a rebel aila.k on Alant- I
bin by military headquarters here'
remained unconfirmed tonight
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" i.i 11 .0 ,in i 1
.e'volu, , mrT. "PV . " ! !
(Turrnnra ir iv .rVim . i .
iirrnnra government, tiiirileiiiii.lv
In tho close vicinity of Mexico Pity
llself (lovcrniiient officials here,
however, said they snw nothing In
Ibesn rather scattoted Incidents Im
mediately critical in iho situation
faced by the federal nlllhorltles.
Thn best available Infoi mation. It
was lidded Indicated that the rival
forces under arms were ne.n y eqilnl 1
In miniver As Indicative of the !
,'ll II fit nt l,n una. ..Hi... I .1 .1...... I
,i ,i. i - ..'i ii ii ni'ni'i iniiin
111 the federal ranks, robel agents
here said Iho forco which Joined the
rebel sliindard In Morelos, making
possible the omipatlou of I'uailtla
was from Hie "suprmos podercs,"
the famous orgnulralloii of picked
Iroopi used slnco tho depoiltlon ot
Diaz as a guard for the iiallnual
capital. They also viewed tbo break
In tho garrison In Plilhuuhuu as re
ducing tbo menace lo Iho revolution
ary forces InMonora from that ouur
ler. I'tilll the rebels operating In nl
most every part of the country urn
co-ordinated, Mexico Pity Is In no
serioiiN danger, mllllary men hero
bellovn, except by 11 coup d'clnt, or
a raid that chance turned Into a
morn Important movement.
Revolting Troonn ih'ivcn
Out of Chihuahua Citg
UL PA.HO, April 28 llevoltlng
troops In Chihuahua city havo beon
driven from tho slate (capital hy
loyal forces led by Kilns dn lao, a
civilian who was seorolary lo Pro
visional uovornor Andres Ortiz, now
a candidate for constitutional guv
oritur. DENIES HEAVY PROFIT
Piolilciil of Woolen Company Kail
Heal y liriiliigs Do Not -lifllfj
IIOHTON. April 28. -William M.
Wood, president of tho American
Woolen company, Issuod a statement
hern tonight In explanation of the
company's annual financial stale
ment wblvil was mado public yes
terday lutd showed a not profit for
1919 of IR,ni:i,1ir, less reserves for
tuxes and contingencies.
"Thero Is iibr-nluloly no Jus!
grounds for I lid suggestion that this
company bus charged oxcesslvo
prices for Its cloth or has gained an
unreasonable or uxccsslvo profit," ho
Declaring Hint tho high price of
clothing Is "dun In no substantial do
it en to any profit which wo as man.
ufacturers havo made In our cloth,"
"Tin- profit of litis company. in
the cloth that goc Into ail average
suit of clothes selling at retail from
too to does not exceed $1.10 per
huh. uur prntit on cloth in some,
cheaper grnriis will not exceed 30
cents tier suit If you iisniiiuo that
Hie entire pci fhare profit was solely
maiiuriicturing prom on our cloth,
Hie u vera go profit on the millions of
yards which wn manufactiiru would
not exceed $1 per suit.''
INDICT SUGAR PROFITEERS
Two Moro linns Caught In Nimv
Y'orU by Federal Agents
NKW VOItK. Anrll 28. - Oil ovl.
-donee procured py the government's
lying squad, on of profiteer hunt
ers, tne iciierul grand Jury today in
dicted two firms for alleged profi
teering In sugar.
I i Isiaol tr Pros., Wall street
brokeis and Importers, wero charged
witli selling 500,000 pounds of sugnr
at '.'1 11 cotils n pound which they
bought at 14 flOc. Israel is a director
nf the New Y'ork roffeo and sugar ex
i luinge The firm has. foreign
brunches and s said to have dono ,i
gross business of tJ6 100 000 last
year Israel loiitutlveiy pleaded not
guliiv when arraigned and was re
leased on Jl.OOl) ball
Rcporl Siota Fired
in Mexican Capital
SAN ANTONIO, April 28. - a
I'renza, a Mexican newspaper ptib
lislmil here, lopiorrow will print a
dlhpatch from Mexico Clly saying a
i umber of tduils Imvn been fired In
the capital and describing the enn
litioi, there n serious. No other
let ills arc given. The dispatch hears
. il. t oi Having oeen censored
I, elllir.lv Snrrlnl fl.OO.
r.,,i.iinin steak, lliililelalae rrencli
i . i i i-iiiaiorr. ,iune I'eaa, erlel apple,
, kuiuiUy Itcttaurant, i to 9 p, .f. AUit.
PRICK 5 CUNTS.
er in Netf Jersey
Clai ms Fraud
"1 Make No Charges" But
Fraud," He Says.
GENERAL NOSES AHEAD
LI AM ' c r i-oc.
,ao urjlll or KJVCT OUU
Votes; Gets at Least
DIVIDE IDAHO VOTES
Two Delegates at Large
Favor Wood; Borah to
UICIIMOND, Ind., April 28.- - "I
mako no charges, but I have a very
lively recollection of Iho fraudu
lent Minnesota primary and 1 havo
wlrkd my friends In New Jersey
for detailed Information," said
Monitor Hiram Johnson here to
night. In commenting on thn New
Jersey primaries, Ho hnd Just re
ceived ii telegram from William
J Vcrdnn, telling ot charges that
hn had been robbed Iji throe,
Senator .Tolitisnn's iiimplclo
Mntcmcnt, ulilcli ho. vrrolo out, fol
"There aro hoinri strange clr
cumstiinccs ronncctrd iiltli tho rc- .
turns from New Jcrfcy. They nro
being 'rcilHi'd" oicry few liours.
Any man ultli cxpcrjcncu lit poll
tics ulll uiidcrhtund this. I make
no chnrges, hut 1 lir.ui n icry
good rccollcrtloti of tho friiiiduli'tii
.Mliuioolii pilnuiry and I linio
iiln-d my friends In New Jersey
for drtullcd Information.
Previously ho had mado the fol
lowing statement whllo en route
to Iho coliseum from tho truln:
"I am de.llghtet! with thn results
In New Jersey, t entered tho Blnlo
wllhout any provldim organlzallon
and had been ussured Wood wa's
expected lo beat all other candl.
dates by a ratio of f to 1. Hut the
results show us almost equal. I
consider my Yc.nilta In New Jersey
the most remarkable thing In my
Honator Johnson said that ho did
not yet concede, Now Jersey to
(iciidial Wood and declared that
when tho final returns wero- In hn
believed thoy would show ho had
NUWAHIf, N. J April 28 -Charges
thai Senator Johnson had
been "robbed" of tho republican
pnifuronco for president In at
least threu counties of Now Jersey
we,o mado tonight by William p.
Verdon, tepubllcnn leailer In Jlo
boken and ono of tho most en
thusiastic Johnson supporter.) In
tho slate. Mr. Verdon mado his
allegations in a Integrum Mint to
Senator Johnson In which henald;
"You were nibbed In Camden,
Morris and Kssex counties,"
He expressed tho opinion that
Johnson would win at least 11 of
tho 28 delegates.
NHWAHK. N. J., April 28. MaJ
(len. Leonard Wood had Increased
his lend over Senator Hiram W
Johnson of California to 682 votes
In tho New Jersey .preferential pros
lil en t In 1 primary at 11 o'clock lo
night. With only 87 dUtrlcIs miss,"
lug nt thuf hour, the voto ws
Wood. 81,342; Johnson 60,760,
Hoventy.six of tho 87 districts
wero In counties In which Wood
generally had subsle.'itlal majorities
In tbo Incomplete. ,iurns. The com
pbMo figures proW.bly will not bo
known until lomorrow afternoon.
Figures nt hand Indicate Wood
has carried 1 1 and Johnson seven
counties, Tho republican "big four"
will consist nf Foiled State Sena
tors Walter K. Kdgn and Joseph S
Frollnghiiyson, pledged to tho cholcn
of tbo voters us expressed at the
prlmar.i : former P.ov Kdward P
Stokes and former Acting Gov WP
Ham N Itunyon. both pledged to
Dlalrlct convonflnns Indicate the
election of 11 Wood, 10 Johnson,
and thren unpledged dolegalrs vvl'h
several precincts nilMlng In six dla
Tho Callfnrulan, who took the
lead on the first returns last' night
but who was 738 votes behind at
7 o'clock this morning, managed tn
cut down this margin at ono time to
332, but Iho general climbed up
COCKll D'ALUNIJ, fdahn, April
28. Cnlted States Senator llorah fit
vorlng United States Senator .lohnsott
for tho presidential nomination, will
bead the four delegates at 0 large
from Idaho to the national conven
tion, It was voted ut tho republican
pinto convention here today Tho
other threu ure: John Thomas of
flooding', state' chairman, .(non
committal), John P dray, Poucr
and Stanlov A.
Laston. Kellogg, (Wood).
In all eight uninstructcd tlulerates
to tip national convention at Phi
ago wero chosen by tho republican
Malo coin cntlun hero.