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RELIABIUTY CHARACTER ENTERPRISE
Adoption of Resolution
by Knox at That Time
Is Now Assured.
BAN ON NEW TREATY
Strike Out Clause to Request
President to Negotiate
New German Pact.
ANOTHER DEMOCRAT QUITS
. Senator Kinp of Utah De
clares lie Cannot Follow
WASHINGTON, May 13 Tho sen
ste agreed today lo vote at 4 o'clock
next Saturday on the rrpuulldn
Tno arrangement followed an lm
pti. tant revision of the measure by
the republican leadership In sink.
In.i out tho clause requesting (he
president to negotiate a scpuvito
pf.ico treaty with Germany In onlnr
to ratal llsh friendly relations nnd
commercial Intercourse "
Adoption of the resolution la con
ceded by democratic opponents with
a veto by President Wilson regarded
as finally certain. House republi
can leaders saltl loday that tho 'en
ate resolution probably will be sent
to conference for adjustment with
that passed by the house. Sonio
leaders, however, were paid to favor
Immediate acceptance of the Knox
resolution by the house,
It proposes to repeal war declara
tions with both (lermany anil Aus
tria, while the house, measure deals
wllh Germany alono and differed
radically also In other respects.
General indisposition, of senators
to discus's tho resolution led to to
day's agreement for final actlbn Sat
urday, In which party leaders con
curred. Few moro speeches arc
planned and the resolution wan laid
aside today after addresses in Its
upport by Senator Kellogg, Mlnno
tola, and Lenroot of' Wisconsin, re
publican members of tho "mild res
ervation" group In the treaty fight
Hoth senator criticised President
Wilson charging I lm with delaying
peace by hi poslton on the '.rcaty
and predicting republican success In
the November campaign If the treaty
Issue were carried into the campaign
as he had urged.
King Opposes WIKon
During tho ilebate. another demo
crat. Senator King, t'tah. came out
In opposition to the president's posi
tion on the treaty Issue.
The motion to strike out the elauso
ramo as a BUrprlse. The republican
leader did not explain the reasons
for his motion, which was sustained
In the nWsencc of any objection. The
section of the resolution stricken out
had dniwn particular flro from the
democrats, and from Senator Mc
Cumber. republican. North Dakota,
who spoko against the resolution
Venator Kellogg said a status of
peaco must be obtained In some
other way It not by a ratification of
the treaty, for It was nccesHarry he
said that the w.ir powers of president
should cease for the benefit nj In
dustry and trade. He said he had
been opposed to peace resolutions
but that the attitude of the president
made ratification of the treaty Im
possible. JOHNSON PLANS TOUR
I'ltllfnrninn to .'Make Campaign to
Counteract Claim of Itaillcsil
Imii VUll Ih-lnHpal Cltlr.
SEW VOI1K, May 13. Se.tiator
Hiram W( Johnson will make u tour
of the Urge cities In tho east and
Middle west between now and the
dste of the republican convention
'n Chicago with a view to placing
hit candidacy for the republican
"presidential nomination before bus.
vtiess men, It was announced at
lohtihon headquarters here today
No d.UCK were given but it was
i.tiid the lltlnerary would Include
Vew Vork, I'hlladelphlt, Pittsburgh.
Cleveland and Phlcago, The Chi
JKo meeting will be held In tho Col.
Wuin Just before It Is turned over
lo workmen to be prepared for tho
convention and will bo preceded by
i torchlight parade.
Senator Johnson's speeches on this
tour. It was stated, would bo deslgn
td to counteract a flood of litem
ure disseminated among business
iin picturing him as an extreme
New York Life
Farmer & Duran
203 Palac Bide rhroie 151
CHICAGO, May 13 tUadqunrtrrn for
Hntnr Hiram W Johnunn, cunrllilHt for
th rfpuhliiitn nomination for prrittilciit.
wr opened ht yMifrrtny
IIONOM't.t' May 13 Ineompl-l re
turns from the elections In Japan show
the (toiernment patty leedlne aicnrdlnt .
language newspaper here. 1
W VWHINOTO.V. May 1. - Ily vol of
It to t the nomination ot (lovernnr Hum
of A r Irons to be minister to Wsm aa!
favnrahly reported to the srnsle loday by
the (entile foreign relatione committee,
HA TON' nOL'On. I.a. May 12. flovernor
rirssent In a messaRe tn tha laiulslana
legislature loilay condemned til proposal
for suffrage "y federal amendment an an
InvMiloti n( elates rlghta and a menace
to the eoulh.
DI'.M MOINK.I, loa, May IS. --The com
mlltee on Kphcopacy of the M. II. ronfer
enre submitted Ha report today It recom
memla the election of H new bishops, two
of litem tn be negroes. Action on (he
report was itcferred unlit Friday.
LONDON. May . The Hritlsh goern
menl has derided, to create a special
Judicial body to examine the raeea of
Irishmen v. no are under arrest. It waa
announced In the liouae of coninmna today
by Andrew Ilonar Law, the government
WAHIIi.NOTO.V, May 11. Western mem
bera of the hotjae loat their fight today
against legislative rider lo the agrleul
tural appropriation bill, which they aald
would result In Inrreaaed Krailng fees on
forrat reierve land.
WAHIIINOTON, May 13. W. .1. Mc
Candles, auperlntendenl of the Chlcago
Omahn dlvlalon of the aerial mall aervlce,
waa killed In an airplane accident at
Oaaalnnsa, Iowa, yealerday. a report lo
the poalofflre department today eld. No
details were given
CAt.HXICO, Cat., May 1J. Ooernor
IJsteban Cantu "f Lower California to
night sent to the American ronunander
of Camp lleaeom here a request that lie
"fake heed of threatening condition and
rumors eo that CaleiVo might hae pro
tection in case trouble came."
WASIIINOTON. May II. Kilatenee of a
cnmhlnallon of print paper manufacturers
to fl prices and lo 'act In eonrert on
contract adjustments" waa denied by
Morria lloopea, president of the rinch
Pruyn company, manufacturer, of (llcnna
Kalis. Mass , before tho houae auticonimlt
tee Inveillgatlnc the print paper situa
tion. ni.'nt. IN. May U. At leaat It police
barracks In varloua parts of Ireland were
wiped out In the rourse of widespread de
atrucllon of public property and other ac
tivities by banda of armed and masked
men in varloua parts of Ireland laat night
Kte income ta and customs offices ln
were raided and papera found in them
CIIICAOO. May 11. America's position
In the world today Is "quite the re.
erse of Isolation." Secretary of fUnla
Colby declared In an address tonight be
fore the Chicago liar association, In
which lie defended the league of nntlona
and pointed out that the United Slates
hail been aaved from the 'actual test of
war by defending the Monroe doctrine.
WASHINGTON May 11. Cleneral
Palaez, who has besn tn de fncln control
of the oil fields about Tamplco. arrived In
Tamplco today and was cordially received,
according to a radiogram lo the navy de
partment from Captain Iw, aboard the
deatroyer Putnam at that port, (lenrral
alaej attitude toward me new rcvoiu-
tlonary movement hss been In doubt here- t
Ni:w VOItK. May 11 Herbert Hoover,
replying by telegraph loday lo the re
nueat of the Hoover republican cluh of
Portland, Oro . for' hla "views on varloua
maltersarlslng In the Oregon primary."
declareiPthe republican party "must aup
port the league with reservations'' "It
must not fall Into the trap that Presi
dent Wilaon and Henator Johnson are en
ticing It Into.
WASItlNOTON. .May 11 Taking the
position that prohibition "I" no longer a
political question," but a nuesllon of the
"authority of the whole people eapreised
In law." the South lUptlat convention to
day called upon both Hie democratic and
republican parties to declare upenly for
the enforcement of the 11th amendment
and to nominate no one for the presl
dency who Is not committed to this pol
icy. WASHINGTON, May 11. A so!utlon
"emending tn the people of Armenia con
gratulations of tho senate of the frilled
ftatea on recognition of the republic nt
Armenia" and requesting President wil
aon to send a warship to llatum on the
Hack sea, "for protection of American life
and property," was adopted today by the
eenate. It was offered by Senator Har
ding, republican. Ohio, on behalf of the
foreign relations committee.
JOt.IKT. Ill . May 11. After binding and
gagging C, U, Itoblnson. superintendent
of the prison furniture department, five
convlcta late yeMerday afternoon made an
.o.mni tn ,nin, One con
llct dressed In Hohlnson's clothes, driving
Iloblnson a car nn me """ "ur
in the rear of the machine, drove to
the main gate. Just as the gales ;er
seining open, Iloblnson, who nsrt worsen
loose from his bonds, sounded the alarm.
Tt'I.SA Okla May 11 -Mailmum. 0
minimum. I:, norm inns. near
partly cloudy to cloudy.
cooler In the Interior, Saturday
c oudr . . .... . -
i:at TIJXAK , rnday
partly cloudy to cloudy
TOII.WH LOCAL KVBVTJJ.
Dedication senior class gift, high school,
' Cltv' 'commission meeting, municipal
Charnher'nf commerce directors' lunch-
Auto club luncheon, Hotel Tulsa. Prank I
ti - ...atf.r l? m u 111 1
"".'...-".. :..rY.:. i..en. -I JClchol'a farm
' Leave V M C. A . 2 : 30 p. m.
Hoy scouts' general hike. Leave held
louarleia st Y. M L A. P. m.
Joint dinner of purchasing agenta and
1 Tulaale club. Kennedy restaurant. P-ni.
Public address for women on 'foot
Kollles" by Pr. Lva lllake In T. . C A.
1. .n. f in n. m.
illustrated lecture under auspices ot pur
chasing "gents and Tulsale club at high
"Tulsa 'county' Medical society In Knob
lock Wood laboratory. P.m.
i tlraouating tiprn.i"" i;,""',. ' ' "..
'Josephine Layman In Kendall college audi
torium, 1)0 P-
! Miiilncn Sail.
' PHILADELPHIA May 13,-The
1 United States Transport Henderson,
carrying 1.&00 marines, sailed today
I from Philadelphia navy yards for
'iKey West They, will be held In read,
linens for possible activity In Mcx-llco.
FORCED TO FLEE
, , .
1 rCSldGIlt S
Dislodged and Are
Trying to Escape.
LIFE WILL BE SPARED
ObrcRon Says He Will Be
Given Safe Conduct Out of
Mexico When Taken.
MATAMORAS TO SURRENDER
Last Stronghold on Border
Will Capitulate to Rebels;
Ily The Associated Press.
VHn, CHITA, Slay 13. I'rcs
Itlcnt CiirmiiVs) troop, which
had Imvii standing nt lm) north ot
San Mnreos, In tlto state of lu
chla, liao Ihvii tlrltrii from tliolr
IMihltloitH, nrconllng to mlvlcc rc
ccltctl tonight, I'urt of the pres
ident's small nnny Is itdtanclng
north In the direction of Hie state
of Hidalgo, npiuircnlly for tho
piinx'sci of oponliu; a path for llin
remainder of the troops still
loyal to CnrninAA to make tltclr
At noon today rebel forces ivrru
I'ligngetl In tho fight ngalnst Car
it nut's troopn along it lino ap
proximately three tulles In length,
Tlieso releels liatl Ikh'H brought up,
tn San Adrc Ity (irim. tiiintlaloiip
SntK'hcr. nnd I'cdro Gonatle.. At
San AtMlrcM, thev. Icailerx whow
tnM)M mimlx'ml iilMint 4,000,
were Joined by mom reinforce
iiU'iitN under command of (it'll,
I.lbenito Iiurn, nnd nil united In
thu niooment ngalnst tho Car
K1 PASO Texas, May 13. Pres
ident Carranza of Mexico Is sur
rounded and In desperate straits at
Hlnconada, near Kspcranza station,
In tho state of I'uebla, according to
a telegram from Gen. Alvaro Obre
gon, received tonight by Hubert V.
PcbuuclrH, financial agent for the
Instructions have tieen given to
allow f'arninza to leave tho coun
try In safety, General Obrcgon s
Carranza has not been made
prisoner," the telegram, which was
dated today, read. "He has been
surrounded for the last three days,
having fought at Hlnconada, near
Kspcranza station, and I think he
cannot stand much longer
"Orders have been sent to tho of
ficers directing the attack that they
notify Carrnnza that he can get out
of tho danger zone In order that hl
llfo may be spared, offering him a
guard to escort lilrn to Vera Cruz,
that he may leave the. country and
be free to go wherever he wlshe.
"Colonel Orozco, noted for his
criminal proceedlns, has been cap
tured at sea by one of our naval
units, together with Gen. Jose Mur
KUla. "As to the shooting of prisoners,
to which you refer, I can assuro you
that It is only newspaper talk, as
wo do not yet know the casualties
. ... .. .. i .i . '
oil county mur.
(Signed) "A, OnilKGON."
imOWNSVIIXK. Texas. May 13
Matamoras, tho last remalnlnr
stronghrfd of the Carranza govern
ment along the Texas-Mexican nor
der. will be surrendered to the revo
Unionist forces Friday morning at
9 o'clock. This was formally an
notinced tonight following a long
series of conferences between Gen
K. Heycs, revolutionary representa
tive and Gen. Itafael Colunga, Car
ranza commander at Matamoros
UMIKDO, Texas, May 13.
Whistles were blown and bell runic
n( ln celebration in Nuevo Laredo
this atlernoon on receipt mere oi n
wire stating revolutionary forces
under Porflrlo Gonzalez had occu
Monterey. The source of the
wire Is not known here, nor has the
capture of Monterey by rebels been
confirmed In Nuevo Laredo, The
wire declared Carranz.i forces re
tired without firing a shot before
tho advance of the rebels at 10
o'clock last night,
Monterey Is the capital of Nuevo
COTTON LAW IS RETAINED
IIouso Instructs Commutes to Ac.
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WASHINGTON, May 13, The,,,',...
house lalo today Instructed Its con
ferees on the agricultural bill to ac
cept the senate provision making
permanent the law of the wartime
legislation limiting the classification
of cotton to the 10 grades originally
specified In thjs cotton futures net.
Tho conferees also were Instructed
not to accept the senate provision
permitting buyers of cotton to de
mand ono-hwlf of their purchases to
be of tho middling or better grades
and authorizing the seller to select
any of the 10 grades In which ho
would deliver the' other half of a
within Four Months
OKLAHOMA CITY. May IS.- Hta
tlstlrs compiled for tho Oklahoma
' Hankers' convention In session here
and mado public today show that for
the, rirst rour months or this year
$ 40.7t I htm beon stolen from banks
within thUt state. Last )ear the to
tal loss wat jar,. (166. the figures
shown In 1 3 1 S the loss was 111,161
and in 1917 It was Ifi.ntri
The largest Mnglo loss during thene
three icais according to I.. !'
Squires, a detectlvo working fur tho
Hankers association In this state,
wax sustained by th Statn bank of
Stratford In tint daylight robbery
April If.. 1919, when t::,000 In
money nnd bonds was taken, Two
dollars Is the smallest taken In a
bank robbery for tho same ear.
The report further shows 18 men
have been eonvlefcd of bank rob
beries and sentenced from five, to
2f yeaiei each In the penitentiary;
six men were sentenced for 20 or
ruore, years and two for B0 years.
Thirty-nine men were arretted and
According lo Stltilres' report the
MVorage fireproof vault of banks
novo been easy or access, for
OIL NOT TO HIT
LOW PRICE AGAIN
Colonel Stewart Says
It Will Never Drug
SEE HOPEFUL OUTLOOK
Standard Oil Executives Be
lieve Production Will In
crease by November 1.
Ily W. II, PUCK.
Crude oil will never again revert to
the distressingly low prices of tho
early nnit of the urcat war even
should tho present revolution In
Mexico result In the pacification of
that country with consequent release
of largo quantities of Mexican crude
for American consumption, This
waa tho axtcrtlon made In TuIb.i yes-
tcrtiay hy col. 11. w. Stewart, chair,
mnn of tho Iroard of dltectors of the
Standard Oil company of Indiana.
colon jl Htowart Is accompanied by
President W. M. Hurton. Vlce-Presl-
di-nt If, H. Morton and H. .1, llullock,
all of Standard Oil. They are en
gaged In making an Inspection of tho
company s properties In Oklahoma
nd are making Tulsa tholr headquar
While tho three chief executives
of tho Standard OH of Indiana, are
unanimous In the opinion that crude
oil will never ngalrt Jin a drug on the
market, they bellevn that by next No.
vember. Increased production.
coupled with probable Increased re.
celpts from Mexico, will havo eased
trie present pressure and permitted
plpo line companies to begin storing
an excess supply of petroleum.
"As viewed by the Standard Oil
company of Indiana, Oi situation In
the petroleum Industry, whllo dis
turbing, Is not alarming," said Col
onel Rtewart. 'The much discussed
shortage of crude oil seems more
apparent than real, and It would
seem that refiners need have no ap
prehension as to their nblllty to get
sufficient crude to meet their re
quirements. "Present conditions havo been
brought about, not by a diminution
of production In tho Cnted States,
but becaus3 if the prnntr.il cessation
of receipts from Mexico, coupled
with an unprecedented demand for
petroleum products occasioned by
our great Industrial activities nnd by
CONTINUED ON PAOK TWO
CALLES' NEPHEW IS SLAIN
Itiiutlvc of Hnrnlutlonlftt lender Is
Shot in Dentil.
YUMA, Ariz., Slay 13. Capt. Car
ter G. Calles, a nephew of Gen. P.
KUas Calles, was shot and killed at
his doorway In S.in Luis, Konora, n
Kinill town 25 miles below the In
ternational border, early today, ac
cording to a telephone message re
ceived here today, and later cor
roborated. THOUGHTS TO
LITTLt: TALKS WITH WANT
Wheneveran architect startn to build
a house, or big skyscraper, lie, flrat
of all. makes certain that the founda-
tlon Is solid and firm, so mat me
bo well sup
Nowadays, most of the foundations,
especially for big city buildings, are
made of solid concrete, for this, sub
stance s Kinds the wear and tear of
tlmn njid weather better than any
other. It Is like marble, or stone,
and make the most solid founda
tion thnt can be had
if you are marling out
ho sure tn lay a good foundation
for succesH by reading Tho World
Wont Ads dally and using them as
froquently a they can bo of servlca
tn your enterprise,
Call Osage 6000 and ak for Want
jSTf OMAN NAMED
Qty gfgjj TICKET
Socialists Place Nominees j
in Field at New York ',
CONVICT GETS OVATION
Cheer for 21 Minutes "Tho
Lincoln of the 'Wabash"
Now Serving Sentence.
"MILD" PLATFORM ADOPTED
Conservatives Headed by Hill
quit Committee to Wash
ington for Amnesty.
NHW TOHK, May 13. The tin
tlonal convention of 'tho socialist
party today acclaimed Kugene V.
Debs, federaj convict No. 2253 In the
Atlanta, tin., penitentiary, Its can
didate for tho fifth time for president
of tho United States.
4 A 21-mlnulo ovutlon followed
Debs' fortil nomination as "tho
Lincoln of the Wabash."
Seymour Stejdman 'if Chicago, gen
ernl counsol for tho party, was nom
inated for vice prenldent by unani
mous vote on a second ballot. Tho
first voto for him was 10 against
2t for Mrs. Kate Hlchards O'Hctro of
Kansas City, now serving n sentence
In tho Jefferson City, Mo., peniten
tiary, for violation of tho espionage
In nominating Debs, the. socialist
party of America signifies Its de
termination not to "recedo ono Inch
from our revolutionary program,"
Morris llltlqult of Now Vork, louder
of tho "conservative lorcea," do
"Socialism In tho United States has
not changed and does not Intend to
change," he said. Another ovation
greeted that declaration.
Tonight a special committee of flvo
headeil by Hlllqult will lisivo for
Washington where tomorrow it has
nn appointment with Attorney Gen
eral Palmer to plead for amnesty for
all "political prisoners" throughout
Saturday the Mime committee has
an appointment with Secretary
Tumulty tit the white house to pre
sent mcmorlnls on amnesty for de
livery to President Wilson. On Mon
day, Secretary tif War linker Is to
receive the committee to hear a
plea for amnesty for "conscientious
objectors," Imprisoned during the
war for fnlluro to obey thti draft
Today the convention adopted tho
Hlllqult platform virtually as sub
mitted sovernl days ago, voting uy
detiRlve majorities to wage tho so
cialist campaign this year along
"consorttlvo" political lines,
TO STABILIZE WHEAT
Director Humes Calls Session
Consider .Market Plant With
landing of'I'Yik'ral Control.
WASHINGTON, May 13. Julius
H. Ilarnes, wheat director, today
asked government rffflclals, leaders
of congress anil representative of
trunk lino railroads to meet In con
ference hero May 19 to consider
pluns to stabilize the world gruln
market after the termination of the
United States Grain corporation
ln a telegram sent from New
York Mr. Ilarnes referred to the
danger of violence, strikes, fluctua
tions, and ndded that the present
situation was "menacing not alono
to grain handling but tho credit
structure of the country and the rc
suiting pntslbln agricultural demor
alization." Those asked to Join In the con
ference wero Secretary Houston of
tho treasury. Secretary Meredith of
the agricultural department, Attor
I"' '. VJ
'.'.i ' . , ......
ui me iiii' i nimn .,,, iitvt v... ..w.imu.w-
sion: Senators Gronns, North Da
kota and Cummins, of Iowa, chair
men iV 'h" senate agriculture and
Interstafo romhirrce committees, re-
pectlvely, Heprrsentatlve. Haugan,
Iowa, and 'Ksch, Wisconsin, chair,
men of the houso agriculture and
Interstate commerce committees, re
spectively; Halo Holdcn, president
of thn Hurllngton railroad, A. If.
Smith, president of the New York
Ccntitl and representatives of tho
Jrunk line railroads,
PLAN FIGYTlRETiEF BILL
lU'publlcniit Against Soldiers Mean
ure to Mrst .Vest Week.
WASHINGTON, May 13. Houso
republicans opposing a cash bonus
to cx-servlee men were considering
a parly conference next week to
discuss the proposed soldier relief
A drive for the passage of thf
legislation also is expected to bo
opened next week by the American
Members of the ways and means
committee, with whlih the leglsla
lion Is pending, said the bill was
iDaniels Charges Cablegram
Offered by Sims Was Forged
Secretary Makes Accusation in Appearing Be-
"Signing" Naval Chief Asserts Original
Dispatch Is Produced
.VIJWPOUT, It t., Mtiy n
Hear Adnill.ll William H. Slum lo
day refused to comment on the
stutrment by secretary ot tho Navy
Daniels before the senato navul
Investigating committee that tho
secretary's name had been forged
to a teleitram attributed to him by
Admiral films, It was mid hern
that naval officers expect Admiral
Kims will bo tecallt'd before, tho
Invrstlgatlivl; coinmltleo for fur
WASHINGTON, May 1J -Secretary
Daniels told the senate naval In
vent Iga ting committee today that ho
hail nut signed u cablegram bearing
what purported to be his signature
which wan among those read to the
c.ommltteo by Hear Admiral Hlms
when the Investigation began. Tho
original of the mesiige .Mr Daniels
said, did not show his signature ami
he added that his naian had been
forged lo tho copy presented by Ad.
Mr Daniels declared Admiral Slum
In hit itatenieiit had stressed tho
words "signed, Daniels," In com-J
meiitlnc on tho message and had 4
said that Its purport had mado him J
feel like "Jumping overboard."
Tho cablegram concluded wllh the!
"In regnrd to rnnvoys, I consider
mat American vessels naving arinr.a,
guards are safer when sailing lndn-.
The original of the oihle wnn
found at the Htillsh embiiesy through
which It wan transmitted and was
signed "A. K Carter by direction of
tho chief of naval operations," Mr.
Marshall S8 Secret
Vole Would Have Watt
for Liquor Adherents
HICHMOND, Va., May 13.
Vice President Marshall, speaking
today beforo tho Virginia liar an
soclatlnn, declared that If jiatlonnl
prohibition had been considered
by tho senato In secret session
not 20 votes would have boen
cast for It.
Asserting that there should bo
Irmi tinkering with the constitu
tion, tho vlco president expressed
the opinion (hat constitutional
amendments had not cnnlrllMite'd
"to the peace nnd good ordtrr of
society and had brought a very
large measure, of evil to tho re
public.." Mr. Marshall predicted that In
tho future tho country would bo
faced by the question of govern-.
ment of law or of men, declaring
that only two men - Samuel
Gompera and Judge Hlbert If,
flary now are consulted In pub
Ity a rising vote tho asaoclatlon
favored the nomination of Mr.
Marshall fur tho presidency.
HENRY STARR MARRIED
Wife ArrcMctl In Muskngco Is Kent
to fin n I ta rlu ii h KUirjr At I'lrsl
Disbelieved Is loiter Verified.
Ily Associated Press mate Wire,
MUHKOGUi:, Okla,, Muy 13.
Henry Starr, former Oklahoma ban
dlt, who wan paroled a year ugo by
Governor Hohertson, waH married In
San Antonio, Tex., last Kebriwry,
A woman giving her name an Luclllo
Starr, claiming to bo tho wlfo of
tho former bandit, wan arrested by
thn pollco yesterday, on a charge of
having possession of cocaine, Tho
pollco believed hec story of tho
mur rlu no lo Starr wnn merely a
"dieam." Verification camn today
from Km Antonio, Tex. The records
In tho Texas town show that they
were married on I'ebruury 20 last
by Justice n th" Peace Hen S, I'isk,
I wbllo Starr was taking putt In a
t motion pletuie Th woinai
mot Inn plctim Tim woman wwh
........ .-,.t.i nxlurin I n it n if n till l -
en H a saiillarlum by Dr. Claude
friend of tho former
Starr's first wife, Mrs. Olive Starr,
Who divorced him several years
ago, Is ut present living In Musko
gen with her son. Henry Hlarr was
pardoned first by President Hoose
velt. He went back Into tho bank
robbing game, wan wounded by a
boy while attempting a robbery at
Stroud, Okla., ami was later par
doned by Governor Ilobertson,
I'ntll today It was not known that
Starr had tniiniriL since his rrleaoo
Catholic Leader May
Succeed Premier Nilti
ItOMi:. .May 13 Slgnor Mcda,
leader of the Catholic parly, may
succeed Slgnor Nlltl ns premier of
Following ihn resignation ot thn
Nlttl cabinet as a result of thn lion-
tllo vote In tho chamber of depu
ties, Slgnor Nlttl rocotnmended that
Slgnor Meda Ivoad tho new minis
try King Victor Lmmnnuel gave
AH audience tr Slgnor Meda today,
Admiral Stressed His
iHtnlels told the commltlre, present
Ing copies of the inigln.il dispatch.
He added that lie had never held
the opinion set forth nnd know as
soon an Admiral Hlms rcail I Jin mes
sage to tho committer, Unit he had
not signed It.
"Somowhcro, somebody wan ruMy
or signing my name to an nrriciai
tlhipalcli which tho original hero pro
lut'cd, nhtiWH I never signed," mid
Mr. Daniels, "or of altering n dis
patch by erasing tho real Plgnaturo
ami substituting 'Daniels.' 1 ktifiw
thin If my na tun appoared on such a
telegram It would bo because some
body had forged my name to It
Admiral HI in a owes the country
and himself an apology for tho lm-
prudou conveyed by tenllmony
b.ised upon false signatures, Mr.
Ihxnlcln said, find should itroduco tho
pnrnou wnn altered inn signaitirn.
Milch of Secretary IXanlols' testl
iiKiny today was devoted to Admiral
Kims' criticism tlf the, departments
t rutin convoy methods. The admiral.
Mr Daniels declared, pnrslstod In re.
garding cargo ships an moro vital to
the nlllod cause th.ni troop ships nnd
took tho attitude that tho former
should be protected, If necessary, at
the cost of transports. Till attitude
mused the department "much anx-
iety," ho added and finally resulted
In a "blunt" admonition that tho
praatentlon of troop ships was tho
navy's first mleslon.
Mr. Daniels told tho committee lie
did not know that Admiral Hlms held
Hiitii a view until tho officer testl
fled recently before a court of In
qiilry or he would havo recalled the
officer from ixinaon
"BIG 4" FOR WOOD
In Noisy Session Con
vention Goes on Rec
ord for General.
TREATY IS CONDEMNED
Resolutions rc Adopted Ac
ccptitiK ChallonKC of Wil
son; Klay President.
INDIANAPOLIS, May 13. In
(liana's four delegates at largo wero
instructed to support General Leon-
nrd Wood ror tno presidential nom
ination so long a ho has a "clear
and fair" chance In tho republican
national convention at ChUcgo next
month. This action was talten by
tho republican ntato convention hero
today by a voto of 763 to 746.
Noisy scenes preceded tho roll call.
United States Senators James II,
Watson and Harry 8. Now, Governor
Jamea P. Goodrich and former Ken
ator Albert J. Heverldgn wero elocl
od "big four" dnlcgatcH lit largo.
K. M. Wasmulli, slate chairman:
Mrs. Charles A. Carlisle of South
Ilemi and Mrs, Joseph 11. Keallng
of Indianapolis and W. A. Gains of
HvanHvllle wero elected alternates.
Charging responsibility to Presi
dent Wilson for delay In ratifying
thn peaco treaty and welcoming It
iih an Issue In tho campaign, tho
resolution commUten submitted Its
report to the delegates, It declared
"our ubsolutn opposition to the
covenant of tho league of nations nn
submitted by the president" and that
"wo fully approve the action of tho
republicans In thn senate ln resist,
lug Its adoption,"
Tho report further pill tho repub
lican party on record ts In favor of
a world court "to administer Interna
tlonal Justice" and for tho "judicial
settlement of International disputes."
Th present policy In Mexico wan
condemned as 'insincere and preju
dicial to the Interestn of this conn
try, ns well as those of Mexico,"
It put Ihn parly on rerord ns op-
, I'f.r''1 '." K"vcriiinent ownership of
ADMITS MURDER OF 8
North Dakota Parmer Confrnsrei tn
Slaying Wolf I'lunlly Near Turtle
latkc Old Grudge Is Cause,
WASHIIUHN. N. I)., May 13
Henry Iiyer, a farmer, has confessed
to the killing of Jacob Wolf, his
wlfo and flvo children and a chore
boy Jake Hofer, on thn Wolf farm,
three miles west of Turtle Iko N.
1)., on April 22, It wan announced
hero today by J. K. Williams, state's,
uttorney for McLean coiiutv,
111 feeling of long standing, cul
mlnntlng In n quarrel over Injuries
administered to Layer's cattlo by
Wnlf'n dog, n responsible fur tho
criirfo, according to Layer's confes
sion to Mr. Williams.
Kenned) Suerlal M,
fried Yearllna- Hleak, Cream Orary
fnttafe Krled rotators, Macaroni su
(lratln, Fried Ilananaa. Krved 4 In ! P.
m. (load meals, aood must'. Kennedy Kti
Bill for Encroaching
PRINTING IS LIMITED
Clause Would Require Au
thority of Committee
President Asserts Measure
Puts Muzzle on Federal "
COURSE NOT 'DECIDED
Leaders Not Decided on
Whether They Will At
tempt to Override.
WASHINGTON. May 13. Presi
dent Wilson pointedly Informed con
gress today that In hla opinion tho
legislative nrancn or tno govern
menl wan showing nn Increasing ten.
dency to Interfere) unduly with tlio
cxerclso of executive 'unctions.
inning an a vcnicio tor nis no
monltlon a sharply.phrnsed veto of
the annual legislative, executivo and
Judicial appropriation bill, tho pres
ident declared that one or tuu micro
of tlifl big supply measuro would
muzzlo executive officials with a
censorship regulated by tho cop.,
gresitonal Joint committee on print
ing. Tho proposal assumes slrnlflrancft
ns nn outstanding Illustration fit a
growing tendency which I nm nitre
Is not fully realized "h'y tho con
gress Itself and certainly not by" the
poopln of Hie, country," tho prtei
Mr. Wilson also criticised a pend
ing proposal tn transfer tho bureau
of efficiency which checks up
methods of government buslnesv.
from tho Jurisdiction of tho president
to the Jurisdiction of congress. This,
tho president said, "was another
Illustration of (he tendency to which
I Invito attention."
L Immediately tho president's posi
tion, both on tun general principle
involved and tho sneclfio case, cited,
wan challenged by republican lead
ers! of tho senato and house. Sen
ator Hmoot, republican, Utah, chnlr-
mnn of the Joint committee, ilcciiren
In a formal statement that tho presl.
dent apparently had been "dollher.
atoly misinformed" about tho appro
priation bill, and Hepresentatlve
Good, republican, Iowa, chairman of
tho house appropriations committee,
told tho houso that "there must bo
sonic inlstako somewhere."
Cniiso Not Dccltlctl.
Whether rnpassngo of tho bill un
changed will bo attempted or
whether tho feature objected to by
(ONTINIIKt) ON I'AOH KOUIlTKBpI.
UNDERWOOD STILL LEADING
Margin Over Union la-ilror Candidate
In Hetlucrd Heflln larmbt,
MIItMINOHAM, May 13. Com
plo to official returns from ,C3 of the
67 counties In Alabama lata tonight
gavo Senator Oscar W. Underwood
ti majority of 3,133 over tho com
bined voto of his two opponents tn
tho state-wide, democratic primary
for tho nomination for tho Ions; term
The totals of the avnllnblo official
figures give L'nderwood 40,832 first
and 1,60,1 second choice votes; L.
II, Musgrove, union labor candidate,
38,957 first and 3,433 second choice
votes and Jutlgo Samuel D. Weakley
4, 143 first and 9,903 second choice
ballots, I'nnfflcln) returns compiled
by the lllrnilngliHni Agn Horald give
Underwood a lead of 1,000 In the 14
counties from which officials figures
lire not available.
With official returns available
from only 31 counties in thn race
for short term scnatorshlp to suc
ceed thn Into Senator Uankhrad.
Hepresentntlvo J. Thomas Heflln hnd
a lead of less than 3,000 votes over
Frank S, "Whlto with former Gov
I'mmet O'Nealn a closo third and
Hay Hushton, fourth,
Itlooillioiinils Truck Jack Copolanti to
Hoiuci Near SulllMtSVi
Ily Associated Vresa Htate Wire.
BALLISAW, Okla., May 10
llloodhounds from Fort Smith, Ark,,
In a chase this morlnng led to tho ar
rest of Jack Cnpoland on charges of
dynamiting a dipping vat at Sadie.
Okla., eight miles southwest of here,
last night. Hlowlng up the vat ut
Sadie lust night adds tho sixth to
tho list of thoso recently dynamited
In this county.
Tho trail of tho alleged dynamiter
was picked up where ho Is said to
havo cllmed through u fence tear
ing off tho sticks which had been
wrapped around his shoes tn hide
footprints. Hen Walker of Fort
Smith, n. F. Faulkner, sheriff of So,
nuoyah county and his deputy. John
Hrockmnn, follnnod tho bloodhounds
which led them to Copeland's homo
about two miles from Sadie. Cope
land was brought to Salllsaw this af
ternoon to await preliminary bear