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TULSA, OKLAHOMA. SUNDAY, JUNE 6, W20
PRICE 5 CENTS.
TAKE DELEGATE FIGHT TO CONVENTION
BATTLE ON LEAGUE AND LABOR LOOMS AT CHICAGO
LOWDEN GETS 65 !
VOTES IN RULING
in r0fiQi!Latta Secs Much Uncertainty in Situation Conven-
Committee and Final
ly to Floor.
WOOD GIVEN ONLY 18
Johnson Gets 4, Pritchard 17,
Out of 137 Contests 31
CUT SOUTHERN DELEGATIONS
. , T n lo show signs of congestion with
yovement Lnder Way to KdVloyory incoming train unloading au-
duee Numbers Still Fur
ther; Wood Optimistic.
CHICAGO, .lime .Y Tlie ciim
mllloc's decisions left the ai'tuul
InNlnictrtl lineup on the vonU'in
porary roll without regard to un
Instructed delegates with known
leanings tin followa:
Hood I a I: .1 i.l i n- hi I H Iiovt
den 71!: Harding HQ; I'lilndcxtor
II; sprout TA; Sutherland in mid
.fudge f'ritiiutrd of N'irth t arn.
CHICAGO, June 5. Delegate con
testa which have furnished spectac-
ular features of the pre-convcntlon I
period were finished tonight by the
republican national committee with
derided advantage to Governor
Although on actual instruction of
the 117 contested delegates. Gen
eral Wood received 12 and Governor
Lowden seven with IK uninstructed, i
the reported leanings of the dis
puted delegates favored the Illinois
the two id.
Tiie committee In
soml 8'als refused lo seat any con
All of the 11 district delegates
from Virginia aligned with the
Olemp faction Wffra seated. The
rejected pleas of negro
contestants for seats and also di
cidetl sepaiate ant i-organlzat ton
contests in the third and eiKhih dis
tricts in fivor of the cilemp fac
Uen According lo the report of the
candidates favored by the delemes
seated, the III delegates involved
were distributed as follows;
Wood. 18; liowdrn. 6.f.; Johnson.
fyn .luiffto Prltohard of North
fflrollna, 17; uninstructed and scat
tering 31. with the two Missouri
contests rejected entirely.
AiH-al to ( (invention.
AH contests ftre expected to be
appialed is the convention creden
tial committee nnd subject to re
vision by the convention.
The Wood forces won two more
votes when the committee seated
Roseoa Tit lien sod W. Y. Qilllam
I ro in the Ninth Ooonfla district and
rejected the contest ol those In
dorsed by Henry Lincoln Johnson.
The committee'! action left the
tieorsla delegation with four dele
pntis favoring Wood and 1.1 un
pledged, but regarded as supporters
The four Ttru delegates at large
headed by National Committeeman
McGregor were seated. The contest
of the qliartOt ltd by E IS. R. Green
were dismissed. All were unln
All the McGregor delegates from
the Tess districts were seated by
r-i committee, giving the regular
argAnlaatlon the m'lre uninstructed
The prohahlllty that Wood leaders
will tarry several delegate contests
to the credential committee was
rONTINt'Ktr (IN PA It K FOI'RTKKN.
Prosecution of Paper
WAHHINCTOX. June .". -I'm. so
eution under the Sherman antitrust
and Clayton acts of print paper .nan
ufacturers suspected of profiteering
was recommended today by the sen
ate manufacturers subcommittee
which conducted an investigation of
the paper situation.
The committee further recom
mended that should acvern men t ef
forts to mslntntn u reasonable nrlce
meet with failure, a fedeial nfw-
print board he established for man-1
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....... tor to.-,, .,.,...,. ...
Is 80 In favor of the Open
Shop and the principle advo
cated by It. When you spend
your money with an establish
ment displaying thn Open Shop
vrd you are patronizing a friend
5f the Open Shop movement.
Tulsa Open Shop i Square Deal)
Old Guard Heads off Wood
and May Swing to Lowden
tjon Either to Name President, or Commit Tltg-
edy Wood Men Hopeful Johnson's Strength
Aids Wood Californian's Entry Not a Triumph
Old Guard Apparently .Undecided on Candi-
By THOMAS A. I.ATTA
ORICAOO, June 6. - With the hi
show under the main tip hut a fow
more than 48 hours away an army
of workm. n la fcnvrlshlv laboring
to BUI the finishing touches ta the i
coliseum 00 South Wabash bo that
nt will be In readiness Tuesday
morning while Chicago is beglning
J IfW SHI ago I ut'Ji-eit-u
I. - . , m.
lilt' LT'ltU i
.v.? Vl ,V .i V , r l purine It with a similar event of
Iwithdrawn. if the present rate "r 01Ur years
InflUX keeps up somebody is due to j , ftm j , , , ,
sleep on the placid ho.om of LakO dOTOtaUOB of the Johnson eandl
! Michigan by tho time the allow !...,." . ....i ...
starts. fW there wont be room "
town for all the people.
The coliseum naa Deen arranged
to seat 11,111 while applications the
first of the week totaled m"re j.han
160,000. My impression is that the
speculator In convention seats are
going to do u thrlfy huslness. pio
vidlng there are any available seats
to speculate with. And there
Johnson Tails to Triumph
The week has at times been
tense, at other times dramatic. The
eve OI i lie convrtmuii a pi.r"i' nco
ml ciiminunmtn iiroht up a pniiui ai i
nifM ttiK hT toiUy t which Chuncfllor ,
tb. .eccniuu of lb. It bloetauil ftvin 1
lh r. public.
W A HI It Nit TON. June 6. Senator Knm
of Irn- n mill, wilt not so lo Hie CM
r.o: i-i t n. 1 1 v. ,n oat lusl l...t..y .-ft.-.
iter Kno limn ieg-.l sustneM which make.
e w -- - t
ennnylviiniA nfit weeti.
CHICAOO, Iunt 6
nam A. ltnilfnbrnf,
i toy n tiitr l
f tnitul cniiv
owd-n -in; rtpubije.n n i
i 'i n left i.l' for 1 ' i'" ,
whtre hm iiifillirr dtM Imt nlKht
NOFIRIKTOWN. P . Jtins ; I'atbertne
lundon snd Jmiiiom Malonr. uspcits ar.
rested In th Wl.limrlng Ulskfly c.iugh
lln. la menttiM old son "f Oeomo u.
Coughlln. wpio ri-lnssed tottsy The dla
Irlrt stlorney said Ihora was no evidence
on he b tin-)' ct'ultl if held.
MOl." NT CLBMONS,
, i i,,.Ji. iimlisr til- Mid n luw
wa it.e .r-nH-r.'-' lmitd tod rf upofl .
i rrevnrt. convli u-tl lani ir.Riu nr
killlnir .1. RtanlO Hrown ntr lirrdj laat
Uecriiiber. CoUMMl for irvtmt arinnuntd
after ilia verdut that a new trial Wttl
b akM 1 .
VsUIN1TON. Junti f. Arproral for
ftllnic a echrrlule rrGvldlng f.r inluceil
icoiiiitindlty i.itrjt tn citrus frutta, bananait,
pitiriappid. oocownuu in wnwi irvan
New urlcunn and Moblln. Ala., to pnlnU in
Aihanaan, Loutniaria, oklnhurna and 1ia.
wn vrantflil K. A Llnd. atrnt for car
riira. today by the Interatate comtntrca
WASHHINCTfiN. June 6 Bi-ar Admiral
Aubert VtnterUalter a me WW V.r
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inill Or IOC AiintK; Urn. .ji.mi uui.i.. ....... . . . . . ... ..... ...... . .. . .
at tha naval hoapllal hare today. l'nan Jall for 13 days following his ar
inonla was the csuae of tha admiral's Agust 3 M, i.Yank lngy.
death. 11 ahad heen III only a tew daya BbXirTnlnth dotectlve In C'are-
Ha was born In Uttrolt It yeare so. plain' ionics tietective in t. hire-
I more, testified that he arrested Hall ;
new YORK. .June t -Two rohbers en-1 wjtn two other men In t.'laremore I
letlnx tha Jewelry astSDllShmaal or the' Auirimt 17 hmm Itrnzlnr anil
ashooafeld Manufa. i.itins r .mpany on Aukust I , oi is itraxlor ant
Nassau alreet In Ihe i.ii hniit of New Its Wlf'' oflcifll testimony to show I
York's Suslssss district threw pepper In ' i hat H ill as staying at the Thomaa I
the eye. of one of the proprietor. L and rooiullil,' house, operated by '" Wit-
:.;"f:::!i,;,w;!.iil' ,n 'un""n t&i y...y n t auk...,
Tt LSA. Okla.. June I Mailmum
iniinmuni. 6fi . north wind., clear.
OKLAHOMA' Hundiy fair, w.rmer;
M. inlay probably fair, warmer In eaat por
aMCANMARl Sunday fair, warmer In
west oorttoa; Seadar ra its warmer.
KANSAS. Ooaerally fair Sunday and
Monday, not math rhen In temp.ia
ture. Oeneral toad condition, h.va Unproved
thi-otishout the wees In 'tulaa and eur
....mil... iiuiniliia act iitdtni: In reimrl
lale Saitiolav atternotin by K
Ilea Outhtey. jeiretary of lha Alt.ert t'lka
RIVm?. OW MllTrf fteroad fro,,,
Tulaa p. llu.kt."e wti iiri.k.i. ,v, u a tfl
Coweta .nd of lha road point, north and
aaat via Mtiai""k. I'oiiin.viii. and No
1 wala. The
rrpoil. for otnar ro.o. roi-
'"K'ranl Tul , MuikolM via nib7,
Leonard and Htnnebiuff. road condition.
1 m. .hew an In movement
Jr, ,, ... . nt.lnta .oil! l.t k
of nialntanaiii e ta nint h In evldtrfe and
ro.da could h.rdly be claaod In fair con
dition Tul.a to Otllon. Yale and Stillwater via
Keyalone. en ..I l-in.l I ' ban netween es
sprlnxs and K.y.to., lair from Keyalone llav lng taken in name or It. r.. l.ovn
o Yule via Ollto tn a JaMlami i,"d ,,nd Tom Murphy on several oceu
h.yoi.d Yale and n.ada ahow an Improve , , ,.1,,,,,,,, lh WilM n(0M
menl from Ihtre weal. . . , , ,, . . .
Tul.a lo Oklahoma Oily, good with a. Isary berguae he was blacklisted
reptttm of danBtrou. .anion of th. road 'under the name of Krleirer be.'auae
lung the iirslnnge ranal near t'handlar; of nlB affiliation with the Westerti
on .ccount or tin. poor oondl'lon if the ... . u( i, ,,,..
Tulsa -Oklahoma fiiy oiad inuoh of tha 1 ederat Ion of Miners hefot e tOKlnl
j travel m dett'tirlu ftt.m Oap.w north out his card in tne 1. A , W . orgatl
; through Shamrock. Inuinritht, Cu.bin Ualion. A at lie former trial, he
"tu,.: to 'i.ark .tub. road la in perhaps Knowing Hall or VoWells, Im
the beat condition that II ha b.cn R I PHOatOd !' lh 00010100 of the llt-
rr a ye.r 001. tcr In the dynamiting of the r.si-
TolM to rswku.ks Via, UklstMk. Av.nt,rt,n, Hnd declared he neve rat any
Avant lo Pawbuaka. good from Paw.
hu.ae, weal lo I'onv tl'y.
.without a determining factor having j
Put In ltd appearance Johnson ' I
entry was not a triumph. Tho
(crowd was nt t.moa Immetihe, hut it
1 ' at times IllllnrnnO on all days
when traffic la held for five mln-
utea on uny of the principal corners.
The demotiHtration waa tiolHy. There
were four bras bands in tho pa
rade. And the toxical) and police
man's club are for him to a man.
But If tho demonstration was up to
his expectations then
V. i ...Mu
mum ir.i in view VI
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ti , . .
uuncce i; i ' it ill" cvi'tii. ami coin-
Bort of sidelight on the existing
situation at the close of the week.
n, h,st chance to sway the inultl-
Hide and influence delegates in the
convention comes Monday evening
when he Is hilled tu make an ad- f
diess In the auditorium to which all I
delegates have been invited and as
sured a section of reserved seats, j
The general Impression Is that this
event will Indeed tie a record break- j
er and that the t.'altformun titers
and then will make tne supreme
effort of his career. Senator Borah
i.un ni.i.ii i 'in r A' r. r "in I r.r..
SAY HALL NOT IN
ARIZONA IN 1917
Stand for Defense of
IN CLAREMORE JAIL
Controvert Staters Testimony
to hftect Ihai Kneger
Was Hall Associate.
Controverting much of the state's
testimony as to the w'leieabouts of
John Hall during the months of
June. .Inly and August, 1917. wlt-
nwsea were tntroUuc:iJ
of I 'hat li s Kriaiir In district court
yesterday, In which statementa were
made disproving the assertion of
the state's witnesses that Hall was i
In lllslee, Arizona, during June and
July of that year. Hall is alleged
to be one of three men hired bjr ,
Krleger to dynamite the home of
J. K. 1'cw In this city October H, I
J. W. tlreen. sheriff of Rogers
Identified Hall as
ho rniin lil.l In ItiM ttoir.T .rnirilv
WltnaaOM for the slate brought to
tins city from Itlshee. Arizona, and
Iteming, New Mexico, have testified
that they saw Hall ami Krleger to-
Ite'her on the picket line in the for-
tttor city during the miners' str;ke
I .inning June 28. 1917. and ending !
with the deportation of muny of
the strikers July 12 of that year.
It was thought probable yester
day morning that this case could lie
given to Hie Jury last night, hut be
cause of Incidents arising dturlng
th (rial, several witnesses for both
state ami iiri' iih'' wor not piaceti on
the witness slaliil and a ,. o'clock
'"'"K" ". , "'
1 a d.i" u i iif I court until It o cluck Mom.
; Krlcaer. a witness Krldav night
. ",.,,, ., anaU aaih.
stantially the ame story a he re
lated at his rirst trial last fall which
resulted in a hung Jury. He denied
being In Bishee at any time in 1917,
and detailed from memory his wan
derings over 11. c southwest coun
try duilng that year H admitted
time In his life conspired with tbee
men It) dynamite Pew homt
Senate Votes to Pro-
lone Investigation of
Ilear Coltmel Creen and Take
Recess Until July 9; Wit
nesses to 1? Heard
SMOOT TAKES RAP AT PRESS
Says Every Statement Mag
nified Hot Tilt Precedes
WASHINGTON. June I, -Investigation
of expenditures In the presi
dential and congressional campaigns
which will end with the November
elections was ordered totlay by the
The Inquiry "111 be conducted by
the same committee which has been
hearing evidence as to pre conven
tion political financing. The com
mittee heard one witness In that
phase of Its Investigation today ami i
then adjourned until July It.
Stnata. notion today was on the
resolution of Senator Vomerene,
democrnl of Ohio, member of Ihe
committee, and was taken in th"
closing moment after brief but
spirited debate. Benainr I'omerene
attacked the contingent expanse
oomtnlttee for delaying Its report
and asked for lmnaadlate consider
ation. Senator Smoot. republican
of Utah, objected, declaring that
under the rules the resolution would
have to He over a day. Senator
I'omerene declared he was -ot de
ceived "by these methods of pro
cedure," and sahi the senate could
not "play favorites." He added that
the democrats Aero not going to say
that It was none of tirV people's
btislr.es where campaign funds enme
from or how they were expended anil
that the republicans dated not do
llrimiigli I'rgpe Action.
Senator Morough, republican nf
Idaho, author of the resolution, also
supported the I'omerene proposal
Referring to Senator Smoot's objec
tion to Immediate action, he said he
feared this might he found by No
vember to be an "error of Judge
mi ni " The feeling against exceaslv,.
expenditure" wan not confined to any
party, he declared and warned the
republicans to "clean house" be
tween now ami Saturday or some
other party might he selected "to
protect the American flag and Amer
ican institutions "
"If we had a public press that did
not magnify every statement made
there would bn no objections to a
t'tlNTINTTKIl ON PAliK TWO
ON THE WAY TO CHICAGO
Tulsa's (VtiolA to ItcpnblliMin Na
tional Convention In I n ItotiUi
Tulsa's delegation to ihe repub-
llran national convention left here
yesterday afternoon In grand style
for Chicago, where they will attentl
th national convention, which they
believe will nominal tne next pres
ident of the I tilled Stales They had
an ohservntlon car all to themselves
In which they will travel to the con
In the party were Tatrlrk J Hur
ley, Budono Lorton, Clint Moore,
Karl W Sinclair. Hurry Doan, 1'rank
I'hllllps of BartlOaviHo, .lames Vea
sey. W G. Ski lly, c.enrge Black, Os
car Howard, Harry Fitzgerald.
Oeorge Boles. Hat. Hunt, Alva J
Nllns and J. J. Larklo. . It Mc
Cullough will Join the party at Kan
Attacks (ias Station
Attendant, Then Robs
Knterlng the Itngnoll filling sta
tion about Hi o'olooh laal night, a
lone man. armed only with his fists,
hit the attendant a blow on the Jaw.
then ransacked the plate, taking
about 117'., the day's receipts, from
a i ash register, a ml a watch from
the attendant, whose name the po
lice failed lo learn. In his haste the
hl-laeker dropped the watch which
wius recovered. A dew-option of the
man was given the polio but no at
rests had beep made up to a lat"
Thompson Quits Race
for National Committee
Chicago June Mayor Hill-
lam Hale Thompson of Chicago, to
night Issued a signed statement In
which he declined to he a candidate
for re-election a republican nation
al OOmmlttOOman. Mayor Thomp
son's action was taken, he sub!, be
cause he "cannot and wilt not ac
cept i lection to ail office the force,
fui administration of which might
make me a party to the purchase or
the high office of president of Ihe
I nlted titalca'
New York's Gain
Is Under Million;
WASHkoJGTON. Jun , WtW
Buffalo. 6 0 , II 7 B .
Now York Increase. tM,2Sl or
1 aai Mr rent.
iffalo 82, Iflo or l!4 per cent
New Yotk boroughs Manhattan,
1,214.103, decrease 47,431 or 3 pet
Bronx. 732. Oil. Inrreaaa 101,038
or II. I per cent.
111 or 217 per cent.
90. or 14.9 per cent.
ileitis 4C8.8II, Increase 182.770
or s4 1 per cent
Miami, okla, 0 802, Increase
3,195 or 134 per cent.
ilnston 747.921, increase 77 338. or
11.6 per cent.
Tort Angelem, Wash . 1,111,
crense l,0Sh, or 114.1 per 'em
New Britain, !ona S9.:t t s,
crease 15,400, or 3fi 1 per cent.
Manchester, Conn, lfO.370,
cresse 4.729. or 14 7 per cent
Shenandoah, Ta.. 24,728, decrease
I.n48 or 4 1 per cent.
Montclalr, N. J . 28.201,
7.280, or 33 7 per cent
Ooldsboro, N C . 1 1.298
0.189 or 86.0 per cent.
Goshen Ind . 9 1 61.
1,011 or 11.9 per cent
Warsaw I nit, t.,47 8.
1.048 or 217 per cent.
Morris, 111 , 4,605. doorcase 58
1 3 per cent.
The rste of erowth for Vew Vork
was smaller than ever before In Ihe
city's history except the d'-cade end
ing In 1870 while the increae nu
merically was smaller than In either
of the two decades preceding lltlO
GERMANS WILL VOTE
I Hellions eVly 4 Honrs Awny
I'olltii-nl Issiib r, I niM'rtalii mi
OiitKonio I'olls Opod Siindio
lly The AaMClftted Pr.as
BBRUN, June 4. With the gen
eral elections in Germany only 4H
hours away, there wer few polit
ical leaders In Berlin tonight willing
to hazard even a tentative predic
tion regarding the OUtOOntO. TI '
was unanimous agreement that the
country had never facea a more pro
found political enigma
Tho polls will DO open for ten
hours on Sunday to give the voters
an opportunity to register tin lr
choice, but the final rooull will not
be known, In all probability, foi sev
i nil days. The new voting ptocess
ser mi to preclude the possibility of
ihe completion of the final count be.
There Is a general demand that
the relchslae lo bn elected bu 000
voked Immediately after the 'hi
tlon not nly that action mav be
taken for tho stabilization of the In
lornnl alt nation, but also to give the
new government an opportunity to
perfect Its organization, this en
abling It to appear at the Spa run
ference with an unchallenged man
date. PENROSE STAYS HOME
Physic-Inn Anmmnec B Will Not
Ho Mile to Attend Convention at
ChJixmie -live In AMenilunce.
PHILADELPHIA. June 6. Sena
tor Bolea Penrose will not go to Chi
cago to attend the national repub
lican convention. This announce
ment wa made by his physician to
day following a conference.
They Issued the following state
"Senator Penrose has finally con- j
sen'ed to follow the advice of his
),b i 'loans and ha given up his trip j
(Signed) "CARPKNTKn, HTENGKL I
Klve physician were In consults- I
tlon at the Penrose residence this j
afternoon. Prom the fact that two
surgeon, Dr. John B. Heaver and
Dr Kdward Martin were added to
ihe group heretofore In attendance
on the senator It Is gathered that an
op ration Is contemplated The p.,
lb tu Is said to be suffering greai
p. in, from an attack of hentori hoi dl
To relieve the suffering, narcotics
have been a t! m I nlst e red during lie
past few day.
Johnson Carries South
Carolina Over (ien. Wood
RALKIGH, N C. June Th"
1: ilelgh News and Observer aJWOUn.
ted at midnight tonight that est!
mates from Its correspondents show
ed Senator Johnson to be leading
Major Qoaaral wood in todays
state-wide primary for the repub
ll ari preferential endorsemenl Only
meager returns had been received.
Senator Knox Comes
Out for Gov. Sproul
WASHINGTON June :. Senaior
Knox of Pennsylvania, who i mlv
Wan endorsed by his colleagues,
henator Penrose for the republican
proaldontlal nomination, ante out
tonight fur Governor SprouL
... . - . . - .
WILSON FLATS 1 1
Sine Die Adjournment
Taken at 4 p. m. Yes
SAVE OVER 2 BILLION
Mondell Cites Economies by
Itepublicaim in SaviiiRS on
PRENIDENT HITS RECORD
Tells Rail Rrothcrsods Stys
He Ctn Hope for No Relief
by ContinuinK Session.
ASIIINHTON. June IS. The
Hill congress ended Its second ses
sion today, adjourning sine die at
4 p. m. I'nless a gravo emergency
arise which makes necessary a ape
cial session it will not meet again
nntii Doooroboff $4
The bill to create a national bud j
get system failed of action In the
aenale anil automatically dim) when
congress adjourned at 4 p. m. It
hail been passed by the house after
eliminating the feature objected to
by President Wilson, who vetoed It
At 2:04 p. m. I'reeldent Wilson
sent word to congres that he had
no further cummunlcallon In i.'in.
mlt before adjournment. Tills me
aage as In reply to one from con
gress that It was reatly to adjourn.
The president vetoed Ihe budget
bill because exclusive authority was
given to congress lo remove the
comptroller-general and assistant
i iptroller general, whose appoint
ment by the president Is provided in
President Wilson devoted practic
ally his entlie lime today to sign
ing bills passed In Ihe closing days
of tho present session of congress.
Measurea approved by him Included
the annual naval sundry bill, dlplo
aiatlc and consular anil DtOtHol of
Columbia appropriation bill, thn na
tional transportation lull, tho bill
pormlttlng government owned radio
station to handle private and pr
messages and (he army reorganiza
Signs I'nalnl Bill.
The postal pay Increase bill under
which postofflco employes will re
ceive 133.000.000 additional salary
next year anil more thereafter, was
also signed today The president
also signed the merchant marine
The president by a "pocket vyeto"
killed ihe water power measure, the
OOMTINtlBO OS PAOB rOUH.
PLAN WAITING GAME
'lisncr s nnir to lie i-roscinrsi 111
"Profser Monieni" After ( nnvon
iioo Qodd In'" Detulloi'k.
CHICAGO. June fj. Hoover head
qjiartrrs tonight authorized thn an
nouncement that according to pres
ent plan a nominating speech for
Herbert Hoover would bn dispensed
with but that If It were decided lo
have one made it would he delivered
by Judge Nathan U Mill"- ,t Syra
o Komi VtHk dele Kate.
The tratogy of the Hoover man-,
ngers t was sabl was to depend on
the convention failing to t ast a nil
Jorlt for any candidate and to place
Mr Hoover In nomination probably;
wlthoupt a formal speech, at what ,
they consider to be the proper
Sugar Rationing Is Agreed
Upon for All Confectioners
N1TW rORKi JUM D.--A Joint
aiauibntldn committee to ration
sugar to confectioner throughout
the country will be formed here
within two weeks, Arntln W Klley,
pedal luxalatanl to Aloiney Gen
eral Palmer, announced today
Seeing the sugar situation In Ihe
I'liititl States as more critical than
at unv lime during the war, Mi.
Klley said an effort would bo made
to have bakers economise on Its use
In pastries anil to have hotel slid
rontatjmnUl ration augar to their
Mr. Itlley's statement concerning .
a distribution OOnUnittOa was made
nftiff a conferenc her with a t urn
mitten of six appointed by the n.i- I
tional i-onfectlonora1 association ai !
Its recent convention In ih . Paul
'Die new commission will comprise
representatives of sugar brokers, re
finers, confectioners and -oft drink
nnd ice cream manufacturers and
will opera'e under the direct super
vision of tha government's flying
sv.iv.v.i iiuii u
at Liberty, Kan.
Cl iPPIDTVlUiH Kan , Juno b
Joo DttgMl of I'.nrllesville. uMa.
sr.' .1 L'fi jears. and Ibiu and Beryl
Merchant, 4 -year-old sons of
l.ltivd and Claude Merchant of
I .Ihel IV, w ei e li, -I in I I) kll It tl. a
ntimb r of people were Injured
ami mpctt other pioperty dam
M done at l.lhorlv todav when
l'.O quarts of nitroglycerin being
Imnnported from Bartlrsvilln,
okla., to Paola, Kan, by Dugaii.
DugM was accompanied by G
C Nalterloe of Barllesvllla, who
was driving car with 160 quart
'I the explosive. CdttOrlOOi how
tVr was some tllstauc In
adYo)neo of liug.in nnd his load
Hid not explode.
The explosion occurred on a
c ilveit nnd It Is thought thai I u
Can, possibly unfamiliar with thn
road, struck the culvert while go
ing at a fast clip.
DUU was a driver for the
American tilyctrln company
The children wer playing near
(he road when the explosion 00'
OUtred W indows were I rOkOH 04l
ami building, were rm lied all over
McG raw and Other Sup
porters of Wood
"Criticism" From Outsiders
Is Deplored Verdict Not
Unanimous in Five Cases.
CIHOAOO, Jtne I.- Charge of
Senator Moses of New Hampshire
that the republican national com
mittee has used "steam roller"
methods In deciding oontesls, were
denied by several committeemen at
today's corumiiteq sessions.
II It McCoy, national committee
man from the Philippines, brought
up the Moses charges, and, declaring
ho was a "Wood supporter." de
nounced Senator Moses' statement
a "absolutely unwarranted."
National Committeeman Highland
of West Virginia, who lso altl he
I for Wood, mad similar state
ments. Neither Wood nor Col. W O. Proc
ter, his campaign manager, support
charge of Henator Muses of New
Hampshire, that the national com
II. lit'"' ha used "atean rolior"
methods in Ita contost derision, Mr.
Chairman Hays was defended by
National Commlttei man Met. raw of
Oklahoma who sabl no one question
ed Mr. Hays' fairness, honesty and
National Committeeman Kean ot
New Jersey Intel Jet ted that "Onncral
Wood ntlMl be u great man because
hi friend can make so many ml-
That there have been no "slnlater
or personal moUVO in the conimit
tee's decision was asserted by Na
tlonul ContntlttOOmMI Slunley
Kansas, another Wood partisan.
The committee also was defended
by National Com mil teaman llynlcka
of Ohio, who pointed out that thn
oornmltt' acitoS had been,
unanimous ogcopt In five cases.
lb- deplored "orltlolani from an
outs, .1. , who never heard the iaes "
National Committee mun Work of
Colorado ..Is,, came to the commit-
"I'm surprised that In theee piping
limes of oruhlbltlcn lo see such
imes or piiinii'iin.n to see aucn a
iutamont from a Unltsd s"te
" V -Lis
he sa id
it' lanii .
squadron of prolltorr hunter, Mi.
Mr. Biby declared that if his ef -(nit,
to oafavfOi the proper dils
tlibullon of mgnr through refiners
and brokers failed, ho would en
deavor to have their licenses re
voked. New York Life
Farmer & Duran
-u '. lain. 111,!. Phone IM
SOLUTION TO TELL
Settlement of Treaty Is
sue to Lead Way for
Sure to Denounce Wilson's
Covenant bu Reservations
Offer Hitch Now.
IN0USTRY DANGEROUS ISSUE
Admitted to Re Loaded With
Dynamite Wood, Lxrwden
and Johnson Confident
ilv Tha Aaetwlaled Preoa
CHICAGO. Jun Th contest
between th vnrlnu aaplranta to
tho republican presidential nomina
tion I momentarily obscured by a
preliminary contest over platform
One is the lesgue of nations plank
and the other I the Industrial rela
tions plank. The latter la acknowl
edged to b loaded with dynamite
and the former I ao aurrounded by
counter claim that It ha been ar
ranged, and that It ho not been
arranged, that the real truth ot the
situation la not apparent.
Most all the practical politicians
hownvitr, war predicting today that
auy coalition of party leader which
pitmen's the auccauful aolutlon for
the league of nations plank will b
able to nominate their candidate
for the presidency.
Th tragus of nation plank In th
Indiana state republican platform
brought hero by Henator W.tlaon.
who the foremoat condidate for
chairman of the revolutions com
mittee, seem to h the nuclou
around which th dlculon I cen
tering and It may provide the haa.a
for the agreement. It declare. In
effect that th republican party de
nounce the league of nations cove
nant as It was brought from Ver
satile by piesldant Wilson, but 11
doe not close Ihe door to It ac
ceptance with rraervatlona. At tha'.
point th rervatlonlt of various
degrees and the Irreconcilable n
pesr a the element to be brought
Most of the party whips seem to
agree that the convenUon cannot
lake any action which could bo con
strued as a repudiation of the re
publicans In the senate Compro
mise seem to be Inevitable and th
prediction of th field marihals Is
that the compromise will develop
on the lde line of the blw fls-ht
ther la a acrlmmas going on be
tween the leader of the party In
congress nnd the leaders of the
party throughout the atat. Mam
of the hitler have oome to Chicago
pnnly expressing the feeling that
a n it representatives here
f the parly s affairs and that some
consideration must be givian to the
hleftaJn from the provinces. The
statement by Governor Bekma of
it .i. tie Island that he wa not sure
whether he was going to a "repub
lican convention or a senatorial
caucua" has been construed as a
notice from the governors and state
leaders that they will demand to be
j A, ,.)(Um Vrt..ry
Judging by their degree of pre-
convention activity, Wood, Lowden
5?i "'"'';' ,m'Sht properly be
;"""' "' '" "ireo. un on'
iP,"1;0!''';:" '"oo .'T"iPa",,,? "r"
fully agreed I hey all claim vie
They differ on how It I to be
achieved or on what ballot It Is to
b- tun they assure all inquirers
there I no doubt about It.
Seventy-two hour before Pona-
tor Lodge's gavel drops In tho big
i coliseum, a composite talking ma
chins record of the expression i of
.th managers would say; "We are
perfectly satisfied with the s.'. nation.
The strength of our candidate 1
steadily increasing ''
The sentiment expressed on th
tree! presumably reflec'.lrtg the
ivlew of ihe man jp th tree, ar
'us many und as varied a the num-
bor of candidates. One hears with
jtho greatest degree of finality
"Lowden or a dark horse" and
I "Johnson after the third ballot" or
"Wood after sll other have heen
I eliminated '
Convention time brings to Chteagu
4 small army of political writers
Who feel that by analyzing the cross
tut lent in the muddy and turbulent
stream which swtrls about the hotel
lobbies ami in and nut ot the Inner
eves of th sampalgn managers'
.offices, they can discern the course
'of the tides anil predict with cer
tainty to the folks back home what
is going to happen
All U "lYi-dlttlon"
Any predictions at this time ais
the rMUlta of analysis dedu- ion
CONTINUBO OS PACJS TWO