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OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER
VOL. XIV, NO. 256
TULSA, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1020
PRICE 5 CENTS.
LODGE IS NAME
League Fight Revived-Ruling on Delegate Contests Upheld;
Wood Wins in Committee Tests; Old Guard Swings to Lowden
IN FIRST VOTES
Supporters Elected to
DRIFT IS TO GOVERNOR
Veteran Loaders Talking More
of Taking Illinois Man in
HITCHCOCK IS IN COMMAND
Made Supreme Strategist for
Hattle Hope to Crack
CHICAGO, June ft .-- The Wood
forces are elated tonight, although
the general tre nd of the talk among
the old-line political leaden ll to
ward LowdOn. They won a victory
In the principal business transacted.
Instructed Wood delegates woti
the two most Important committee
chairmanship Senator Watson of
Indiana for resolution, and Edward
1 lnif field of New Jersey for ere
Krank H Hitchcock was deslg
Itated by the Wood delegated as
their eupreme strategist.
"Think "f the psychological ef
feci of this victory," he said when
asked where and how he expected
Wood to benefit from theae steis
in oi 1'anlzation.
"We controlled the committees
against powerful opposition, almost
Olid anti-Wood forcee, Mr. Illtcli
cok ail - I "So far as increas-ng our
total number of delegated 1b con
cerned the selection of Mr. Duffield
over Charles H Inncs of Massa
chusetts Is of small moment. We
will make no effort to overturn the
work of the national committee on
contests. To dn so would prejudice
the Wood cause and 1 have given i
our for' es Inatruotioni not to do
e No rough stuff will en-ne from
but w-e are glnd to be able to
n-,v that the majority of the com
mittee on credentials, and also of
resolutions. Is not ggjUMI Wood "
Drift Inward Ixiuilen.
While these developments were
Ink ng place the drift of the talk,
CONTINUBD ON PAOB TH1RTBIN.
PERSHING SHUNS RING.
Kamoiis A. R, t'oiiiniamler Will
Not Killer MUtOSl Ari-na
flans for V . i
WASIUNOTON, June 8. Oen
eral I'ershlng- declared emphatically
today that his contemplated retire-
mi nt from active service is without
m llli'al siKuincauce. 11
Would enter private business, the
nature of which had not yet been
A schedule of General Pershing's
engagements for the calendar of
tht month was made public today,
B-dUprovlng rumors that he planned
to visit Chicago during the republi
The General will remain In Wash
ington until Saturday when he
leaves to attend the West Polttl
commencement exercises Leaving
'be military academy next Tuesday
be will stop In Brooklyn to review a
rational guurd regiment A speech
it Virginia military academy June
Jk nd aceeptance. of deBreeg at Wll-
hams university June -1, Yale June
It, and Harvard June 24. will he
followed hy a return to Washington
to take up his duties in connection
with army reorganisation
A number of offers of huslness
connectlona ha been received hy
the general. It was learned today,
announcement of his Immediate re
' 'Wig hnvlns g.ven Inipetue to the
ommtinleatlotis on 'thill subject.
Those close to the general, bow
r. said today he had not yei given
i 'mih roniddoraiion to any one of
New York Life
Farmer & Duran
203 I .ii.i. . Illilg. ii- til
Lodge's Speech Is Real
Campaign Key note-Latta
Convention Thrilled hj Acceptance of Wilson's Chal
lenge on League Natural Result Helps Johnson
but Reaction Against California!! Is Apparent
and Wood Gains-Sproul Possible Dark Horse.
By THOMAS A. LATTA Ami n hi thundered forth Uw
OHICAOO, June . suting In I words, "The American people will
the (Mat fuvorc1 scat in Mm press never MMpI the alliance with fof
Motion In the oollaatim before Ufl clgn nation proposed ly the prcsl-
uunicnce r 14,01111 people nut lur-
bulontly enthusiastic but rather I
solemnly determined colonel Wll- I
Mum .!. Hryan pi-rnsti-nlly stroked!
ills cliln with In.- hands much n
Contented unit well filled feline licks
-i.Xy X S
'aulocriifv and .Mlbr-ratHy maku
fc? S Z&n
Thi ih'w -tin.f candMiite uf the
democratic Mfty ind the one loid
ir nnfulfiitly oountcd on to tru
parn in the Kan IVanciHtu conven
tion thrrc witkfl hirice, may not
huvo been enjoying himse lf Hut If
he w is at all eml.arrassed oy tne
1-idgo attack on the tltuar head of
tho democratic party he was master. I
ful In his concealment.
When the temporal y chairman
of the convention wlideh is even
now making history, finally reached
the part of his eddreM touching- the
league, the great audience became
silent and motionless. Kven the
not too strong voice of the speaker
rea lied out and c.iugni tne ear 01
almost every person In the building
MKXK'O PITT, .Tiiflfl
(ilngit gtt Vprn Crttt I" !
tng to rrporta from ihul
t:t uiili)g, acenrd
i tty tudi.
.HTZ. AuntrU. June 4lfM pTPJ"n
with atllM nn.1 T ouno. t"lay wh-n
tjrnilarmca fired Into crn!n which wit
rlamoMtrgytlM aicali n proflieailng in
M;V YORK, .Inn" -Tht Htandard Oil
cornpitny of N-w York today rMkWM
prtcl of (irtiolruin V, iiitaklng rfflnt-d In
TC .nV:,.".!! -in -.in IMfflKA" OOUntni home of Rnrlco Cfcrtt-
nvn wimo umn. June I. -one him- I
..ina end flttjr yaeni "eauiaad
nH..,..lir,' ,hl MI'P . V "Id t '' It If'l II
night slllre when fire tlestroyetl the l.u
thrtsn Indite1 seminary here esrly toUsy
JBRNM. Jun I - A body Mieved to h-
Him of n Amerloaa otfloer, " t""1"1
.n w .if..MnMi wiiiifl cm upiiig fmm an ,
WAPHINQTONi -lune 7 Inn runes of M
nt In fr-tsht mO'it o.-iwei'ii etnnis
thf Mississippi mil pt.inot w.-si "i
..... .. L ..a fir hv rtttir.-
.-en t.f the c. relets ledav. Bvtdenee
; iii lupport of this demand win be anu-
i. i Uurlns the day
MAItSHAI.I.TOWN. !". June 1.
When hia sutoinobtl'' kidded on a hill
U miles 't of Tims, Iowa, today.
Henry ueterman of Detroit ecretary
..r the Lincoln Highway assoclsllon and
known from one coast to another on that
route, was instantly killed.
LYN'N Muss.. Juno I. Thee thousand
...i.,.. nt.a.v.s nf the lienors! Ll.'i-ttlr.
..,miiin at l.nn will S" on tsilSe Thine
ility inoreing. n "as n.ne...ti. w
leaners Ihls sflerno..n At the eaine lime
li was eni ounred that a strike v.ite was
overwhelmingly In raver of s walkout.
OHIOA(IQi June A new eaadHot for
the republican li e preeideatlal nomlna
tlen a'.eateil Inaav wl.in the ae.-retary of
state or Montana sent members of the
I'-tee-etion rert If Iraten showing that JoeeBa
M I, . an i.t Ml.s.'.iia had reieite.l the
prefereatlal role In Ibe ptimary.
piTTRitt nr. ii, fa., ions i ttuked
banillts ttils morning ente-ed the ll.ivee
National bank In llayea Pa. 10 miles from
Pinsln.illi. an.l utter I" king the csahler
in the vault lotilei the hank ami eauapeii
The robbers got M.I00 ana a qusolpy of.
!,' V'faci" this"' mofnfe
Albert bsd S
rsl II. tiriilne. chief of the general staff.
who will leave Imtnetllately for I'srls H
will confer thers with Marsnsl men on
Ihe conclusion of a military arrangement
p-tween Fisme and Belgium.
HTI'NKY N . June . Melville llren
nun 1. VII bioiiglo to a hoapllsl here
o.dav betlly Iniuie-l hi a result of Irving
to use a fishing rod lunb Ills filend.
Charles Miklnnon of the Nov.. Ho. Us,
lltghlanileie h it In n Herman rtugoilt
in Kranie. The rod as fl.lert with high
esploelvea soil ileomaled when the boy
.1 to pill It I. .genier. u' ' ' ni t. in.
tinn saforeemeat us'-nia "i"iuni oui or
New Tork Wday matle llietr flral liupor
tant rnlrl since the eupreriie eourt det lered
ntlillty legal. Swooping l"an on a tarm
houso In the htlla near I'asrl Hlver, N
Y tht y seised whisky i at led at UO.oeO
and arrested a furmer IteVJ York saloon
keeper TOPBKa Kan, .tune 1 A letter from
ii New Yoik socialist organisation Inviting
ilovei not Heiuv J Allen to meet Mi.'rle
II II Inn It or Seymour Hledman. aot iallst
eandioats for vice piesnieni, In delate,
was M-elveil todav lit Ihe governor's of
flei The suhjeet of the debate auggeeled
Is "Seoolved. Hiat aotlallsm la ihe only
solution to Industrial unreel.'' ,
VAgKlNQTOM, June n Requeet for the
I subpoena id Wn len. William S Gravee,
: former ecinniaiuiant of the American es
I pedltlciaery fore in Siberia, and Itayinond
I Koblna turmer Aint-rleati lied I'rties rum
I nitssluner to llnssta, In tbe dep.itnient of
labei'a deportatimi proceetltiice esalnet
I. 'iila la C A K Mailens. was dented to
day n linnilgi etlon Inspector bbell, who
, is conducting ihe hearlng-
dent," his voice was drowned in a
mighty volume of cheera.
Accepts vVUaon OhallenM,
The l.odg. speech came as .1 sur-
Iiris. to all who did not have an ad
Kirst. because of Its direct and
determined fight on Wllaon and
Second, oocnusc it approachee so
closely to the views held by the bit
ter coders" with respect to the
league. Ms admirable preeentntion
Of the various shades of opinion In
the aenate and throughout the na
tion under the colors of the repuh-
(lean party, a ml the demand for the
defeat of every one in any wuy tin
di r the influence of the adminlstra
tioni dispatched any lingering fears
of a bolt from this convention and
uroused n party spirit and etithust-
Miti httbefto lacklna
Naturally I ho MOOtltf thOUflnt
nf tr tho ronvon t ion ;i d Imir nod uti
ttll tomorrow, huh tho offet of tho
DMCtl on tho VttrlOUl mod Id ill on.
An opinion tionu t divitlo Thoro
,1s not a man or writer here out is
coNTlNt'KD ON PAOH hixtkkn.
HOME IS ROBBED
Burglars Get $600,000
Worth of Jewelry at
EAST HAMPTON, N T..i June 8.
so. tenor, here, was burglarised this
afternoon and Jewels valued at 1100
outi were stolen, the polue repo;ed
tolllgllt. The stolen Jewels ill. linTed
a diamond necklaie -alued at IToV
The robbery was discovered by
Mn. Curuso when she returned
'-00 tonight and found thj i houj.
ra )tiHitckod in addition in iho dia-
niond neckline, valued at $7.ri,UO0 to
$100. Out), the bridal gift of Mr. Ca-i
ruso, wiii taken.
A partial list of stolen Jewels, the
police said, Includes eight diamond j
rings, a pair of diamond earring,
two diamond hairpins, u flexible,
diamond bracelet and two goidi
Caruso has been thn victim of
many robborloe His villa near
Florence. Italy, has been laiosacked
three limes and in 1 '. lal several val
uable art rellcg worn stolen.
Thirty barrel! of wine and an au
tomobile were "ooramandeereeV1
from bis Hal. m villa by a "wonk
oommittee" during dioorderi about
Florence last July.
THE WE A THER
Tl'leSA, Jur. I Mailmum. 10. ndnl-
mum. i. . auiith w .. i , , Uir.
OKI.AIluMA WjNr.at1:v pfettl- rlo.My ,
ThiirwrtHy ar.mwhett UMMUiS.
K AN'f ASH fJcnrrally fir '. v
itnJ Thuratlay, not inuoh rliang It. tvinp-tratur-.
TO HAY'S I'M l KVK.NTM.
I Rt. titty Ottii, Ilul'-I T-i Imam. I. p. m.
o t'argnn post, Atnrrnan Lug t hi rnol
mir Ht Halvathtn Army tltada!. tildlara'
I dub room a. I p. in.
Ten TuUa Mothers Ank
for Milk and Ice Fund
Tickets at Baby Clinic
If yon had afended the baby
clinic at the community l"use
In West Tulsa yesterday morn
ing, would need no explanation
of the necessity of The World
milk and be fund.
if the ten bahieg brought by
their mothers for examination,
evt ry one wan found to be auf
feilnf from malnutrition duo to
lack of proper food and due In
turn to Ihe inability of the fami
lies to purchase such food Of
the ten mothers, each one asked
for milk checks and Ice tlckete.
I It necessary to aay any
more about the need of your
check for the milk and lM fund '
Those contributing yesterday
As previously reported. $21fi.50.
A friend 1 1.00
Louise Davis 00
J. 11. Knee E.00
Kllxabeih A Hobby Itooth 1.00
Mr. 0. H. lloes 5.00
Ire Counn l et.
Total to dale
MADE BY LOSERS
Credentials Body Sus
tains Rulings of Na
GEORGIANS WIN OUT:
I i'ii r y Johnson and Three As
sociates Are Ue-Seated ;
Vote Is 27 to 23.
REFUSE OREGON HEARING
Protest of Bolting Wood Sup
porter Is Ignored No
Contest Is Ruling.
CHIGAOO, .tunc 9. The dele
gate from llie eeoOWd anil fourth
Oklahoma district, plated on
tlie triuisirnry roll hy the nnilonnl
mtnillllce wiw onlered seated. Hie
-.'oi'il ill-, tie I delegllD-s lire 1111-
liiHtriicteil white the two ilelr-
gitteN from the fnurth favor l.ow-
I lie four V'(MMl di letaler from
the i i ft 1 1 oklntmnm dl-trlct, sit
isl hy the national isiininlttec.
were repla-l on Hie pagajMHMall
roll. The four Ini'luillng two wom
en, wen- the eontmttng dele-
gnies iM'fore the) nattftnal ooakearit'
fee. I.. Oi llsne of Iklahoiiin.
meenbet of tiu( oredieaitlaki ootwmH
tlM OpIMMeil -e.illil;. Ifll WOOO
delegates. Miss Klhcl Delight
HcKlnloy of Hew Toe CHjr, ft le-
piihlli-an wotnM'l or(fiimT, up-
peared in behalf of n woman
CHIOAOO, June 8. Lte to
night the credentials committee
of the republican national con
vention was still at work hear.
hi appeal! from last week's do-
talons of the national commit
tee on the (mention Of contested
Practically the same ground
was being gone over and the proe
pcclH were the committee nilffht
alt until In the mornltis so as to
complete its report and enable the
convention to go ahead tomorrow
with a permanent roll of dele
gates The tw'o Wood delegates In the
Ninth Georgia dletrloC who were
placed on tho temporary roll by
the national committee were
ordered placed on the permanent
A Wood delegate from the
Fourth Georgia district, c. D.
Williams, was placed on the per
manent roll in place of H. 11.
Hulls of the Johnson faction.
The vote was II to :m Three con
ttsis fniiii i lie nub, geveath and
Blghth dlstiicts, involving two
Ixiwden delegates and one from
CONTINUBD ON PAOB TltlllTF.KN
TOWN REPORTED WIPED OUT
I inliolme, Minnesota l)i-Klroyrl .No
I- Altll), N. D , June k Iteports
from Waspoten, late tonlnht sail
that Koxholme, Minnesota, a small
town about Ifi miles from Wsspolen,
had neon wiped out by a tornado.
No fatalltbs we. reported, but a
call was received asking for doctors
! iind nuiscs to care for injured.
Two menibee of Ihe crew of a
eat Northern frelifht train were
killed at Cardner, Case county,
I when several cars were Hwept from
the truck by a gale, telephone le
ports received here tonight said No
further detuils weio received.
Sufrage Is Defeated
in Louisiana Senate
HAT'iN ItOUtiK, I.H.. June .
Tho resolution providing for ratifi
cation of iho federal gtiffrage
amendment was defeated In the sen
ate of the nenernl assembly of
Loillaiane tonight by a vote of Z'J
Eight Dead; 60 Hurt in
New York Central Crash
HCIIKNKCTADV, N V, June n
At leaei eight neroong were killed
and more than 611 Injured curly to
day when two New Y irk (Vntral
paaaenger trains crashed heal ni
near thl city.
Kennedy Hperlul II.
Hluffed Pork Tendarh.ui. Hitnlbern Blyle
Mashed Sweet Potatoes, Oorg Krlltere,
Htewetl Apples Served s to I p m letnn
in to 12 p in i omf'irtably cimiL. aea
nedy Hiistaiiraot. Ad v L
as Field Marshal
fran'n H -iclic-.Kl
CHIOAOO, June s. The Wood
InetrUOted deb-gates unac.compii nioil
by any of the managers who have
been Identified with the campulgn
thus far, after a conference with
the general late t oda , agreed mi
l-'rank II llllchi ock an field marshal
for their forOOg with I'ranit Knox of
New Hampshire us floor leader for
Mr. Hitchcock Is to he assisted l,y
h board of strategy composed of
in. mi of 'in- vVood managera thus
fur, in ludlng William Cooper Proo
tor, Senator kioooot Norman Qould
of ' New York and many others.
Major Knox will be assisted by tlalen
Ls Tall of Maryland and Wllllum
II. Unvil of (ihlo. Senatoi Krellng-
huyeen of Mew Jersey also has been
offered the pin
of floor leade
S00NERS IN ROW;
LEAGUE IS CAUSE
ri el TW.Pii.i-A Qiipftporla
( XJ. to. lutuuut ,v.
"Diz" on Committee on
lly THOMAR A. IATTA.
OHICAOO. June s The league
of nation issue enaiiere.. " . . -
erto so lid front of the Oklahoma
delegation till aften-.ion resulting
in the resignation of U fl
from the com ai 1 1 tee on e
a . ii. la
and the substitution of Bird Mo
Uulre In ln place
Ulsney had aspired to 'he rogoltt
Hons committee, nut
talned that he we
a. i t ot a nlai.lv approv in
reservations- Alva MOUOnalO op
pose I him nd Dlgney was witi bed
to iii,. credentials eornml'iee The
feeling aroueed resulted In an open
breach between IMsney and McTion
ald nllherto llanion lleuteoanta,
and luetiey offered his n-ilgnatlon
becaUee be felt himself "nut of sym
pathy wlih Ihe polb y of the delega-1
During the hnrrledlv called csu-'
ens go much feeding was UBWpMt
edly disrlosed rTiat 1 lemon le re-1
ported lo have advlsr-d the delega '
lion to vote a It chose on uU re j
tnaJnlng mutter thn came up. the
malnrllv nf the delegation Is ami-,
a majority are tinaer-1
moo'I lo favor the nomlnnllon nf
1 1 ii n in Johnson. Meiionain pu'iiniy
announced this evening thai he at
least will vote for the Pallfornlsji
and will not follow Ih orders of ihe
bosees who are trying to forte Ihe
nomination of lowdcn
I'ra.er Meellns Tnnlshl.
M V OFFICE rnBLP.
Is this your problem 1 Do
,, i i lit .' . elf i lelll "If" e I.' .1
kind thai get things done accurately,
promptly and n a way 'hat will be
a credit to your bulnes?
There la a way to obtain such help
a wuy that reOJslrog little effort
and bring nulck, satlHrying result.
Wide-awake i-mpbiyers and pro-
greeeive emnloyen a" using this
mean dally to fulfill their needs.
It la the way of Th World Want
Ads -a way that Is rotted upon by
thousands when need comes. I.et
the World Want Aos help you they
are waiting, and their succes will
cost you but a few cent.
Call Oeagtj 6uu fee Wai.t Ad Tgjtgf
Senator Defeats Hays':
Mills, 41 to 3.
HEARINGS ARE BEGUN
Resolutions Committee Del
uged With Suggestions
Arguments Are Limited.
SUB-BODY IS APPOINTED
Select 18 to Write Document
Bitter Enders and Mild
Friends in Battle.
OHICAOO. .nine- l.-Tht roni job
of f rt n i In k thr ropiihlh-Hii pl$tfOfm
wan ciiti iiHtfd tonight ton. r iidijUoiitt
rahoommUtM of j :t whito tho mil
commit. oh of Mpnotntod hy tho
convention who oond ttol Ini n publia
hOftrlng for all who hud auKlffHl lonn
S'-ntitor Wfttaon of Indtrtnn, ovor-
wht'lmlnKly lOOiM ohaliomti of tho I
coin in It 1 to i-urlier In (ho rluv ful- I
lowed the- umml cuntom anil lutHumod
uImo tho c nalrmiknalitp of tho gub
oon.nilttoe. Anionic tho other mm
liom lutmod hy him wore Ho mil or
ltornh of Idaho, who wuntJi a (tlunk
rojootlnir entirely the htffue of na
tlong, Oovomor Booll rnu.it, Ithode U
land, whfi hu puhlh-ly objoctofl to
too mUfth eonatorlut OOntrOj n tlm
oonvontlon. and Ogdon Li Ml Mi of
Now York, who ( .. I. i Chairman
llaya' pollolon romrnlttee of 171.
Although tho lea ni: . nf noma of
the momhora hae not ln-on revealed,
It la auld iin effort hue hoen made to
make the euht-oinrulttee roproeenta
tlvn of all tht StromM "f republican
opinion. porUflUletrly on the UII un
Kolvod troaly innuee,
In addition to thoan named, the
auhoommlttoe memberii are William
Allen White of Kanaaii, WilliArnn
Hoyhurn of Kentucky, Dr. Iawrenr.e
ironor of VlrKinia. Uul A. OoollrtRo
ir MruHa(himiliH, Kcntor Hmoot of
ruh Wallar Mi;(;
m' of Oregon
and Mauls (illplll of Michigan.
Although the hearing of the full
committee will continue through lo
morrow It wn said the subcommit
tee might begin wots early In the
morning In the hope of completing
the platform by Thursday.
As at first announced ny nenator
WllUn , ,, ,nembsr. wnr, l
...... ' . . .h.
eluded on Uie eubeotnmlt lee, but the
name of Henator Met orioles., an
- other of the eenato trroooncllablea,
.... . K1....I..., ...A-. -l I.lar
OOMTOnniO OM tAOg hiaikkn
An enortnoue meteor lightened
the BOUthem sky at X 4f, o'clock
last night apparently falling to
earth within h few mllee o-f this
city. Appearing fl'st within a few
hundred viii! of the earth, the
lower and heavier portion of a
greenish blue color was followed
by a long wedge shnped t ill. An
the luttlinOUO mas uppioachi-d
the eanh. the head apparently
si parted Into four part but re
mained together a a tnOeie Dur
ing the last few seconds of the
f ill the southern sky was lighted
with a blue green flash
Immediately aftoi tin- galling
nf the body, niimerou calls came
into Ihe World offlo from various
par's of the city, the observers
deooHptionn of the phenomenon
ranging from a burning aeroplane
to a shooting star Ihe sire of a vol
ley hall. Tin- great volume of
light attending tit" ball of fire,
however, precluded Ihe probability
of a fulling plane.
OKMULOKB, iikia, June
a meteor, whose night to earth
wfts wntched hy hundreds of per
sons here tonight for nearly a min
ute, fell In a field one mil" wis'
of the city at 9 o clock tonight
Joe II Craig, a grocer with his
wife, wi driving out toward the
country In his automobile when
he noticed that tho darkii'-eMI
seemed lo be lining. A Ihe red
dish glow noonnte more notlceahte,
be looked OUl and saw tho meteor
overhead III w if o became hye-
tericali lumped front tin- automo
bile Jui ' Hi" bull of fire etrtirk
In a lot. tw hundred yard away.
Craig nays thai a teamster who
was driving ahead of him, leaped
from hi. wagon and began to pray
KogrOOS living in Ihe eastern part
of the city are said to have tie
i nine utmost panic Btrlckon. All
rlinlrrunn Will IIhym imiIP 1 tho
n ptiltlhMin iiiitloiKil itiim ntlim to
u'flrr at lilonuii yvt onlay. It
ndjtiurnoal aftrr lionrluir tho koy-
iioto in ,i 1 1 1 ,. hy touiiMtrarv
i h. ill oian Mini Mill IWOttVWM lo
il Hi II n't liM'k.
Sd-iuttor Ih1ji covon-4l tl-
old n h- - toniMrry
rninn. II- llnod V H.nWiii,
1' ii"ii ilf UifMCtlO noil th
la i -I tho jo .i.i. oi ami iii d- mi..
-ralU' (IjiuiMly imiat In1 ilrltrti
St i tat or le-alKf wiib airrood uHn
i- iM-riitfanc-nt ( Imlrtimn. tl i t
I ormor dilator Allien .1. IUc-
rhltsro and HiMintor Mollll Mr-
Wo no tor .InmeM m, uai-.i, wna
I. n ,i . luili M of ito plaiform
WWIWUMW and upMlnti1 n Niih-
'ofuliii i (if IS nf wlltfdi In U
- Ii iu to.tn. to drill f tho dooiiiiiont.
Tlio orodlontlala ooimiill too 0Ofl
( noil hill hat I tnd flnl-dit d la
v4trk at an onrly hour thN niorn-
It had Mi'n o do I-11 m: I ho
liiiito' of (In o. tn. Mini rommlHoo.
A dry ilf.nk waa or d hy W.
Jolmeon ndtoratotd opHieltloii to
Mhln l. ar'o
liatlh 00 Iookiio lamio In trans
fer rod from Miiat' to nMdnthom
iiIMIiiI(Ih Hllh a l"iiu dlaoiiHalon
'n proMKrt la-fort iu f oo-m la
u. h d I (furls 1. 1 roni-h n told
Alo KmiiiKl art vmtmtiMl hy ihe
mid rrYM'inatlonlNlH ami Um Ir
twnwIUihliNei. I 'rank II- llltohetn-u la rrl
upon hy the WimmI di Itint n na
'i hi maralial for Uto pnhh nihil
itht iniard leaoVra nr Hwlmrfnff
o 4iwile.i In ih. talk d" inmll
VYoimIN NiipKrldra arr juMtant
ivor In ivlniihitf odiiif ota for
Ik ' n.io dilje-. Ill I vOt4'M.
elollllMOII CXprOHNON i'il!l iil Of of
adnntiitc. Ho faoN n confoflt In
ho t ad I f or n la ! iai ion vltli tin
- vol i thai aolfMdlon of n nalloiuU
f.ii.iolitr fiian la iloforrod.
Oklahoma ilelounloa frot Into
row and promlno t-. ko for John
ioii. Din) M - it ii tOjOOOOtfi I. .
IMnney on tlio irodlonllala coni
WdMuii I nlirMnioni of the iMfM
jf lUllloilH 1h tho i Ml-i of tlio
AaM1 mmmm M ,
PICKETING REMAINS QUtT
I 'oil.. nl i. mi o In silent l'al
Iti I VilHentloil Mn . I .
CHlCAOOi June t. Pioketing
by the national women's party out
side the coliseum today was ae
quiet tie a lawn social. Under orders
from Mayor Thompson ihe police
made llilnes ss cornforlable for the
pickets us possible. For hours they
stood batchi-adi-d and silent In the
jmin holding Imnneie. They will be
il,. Uk I , ...i ,. n n a MSI.
III the OOnYOBteOg adjourne
alls Near 1 ulsa
roads leading lo the spot where
the meteor Is blazing are clogged
with automobile loudn of eight -seer.
MTJMKOOBB, Ohio., June ft
The 'skies fell" hero tonight and
hundred of residents of the negro
BOOtlOflO) with much lamenting and
walling, began their preparation
for the lournejl to kingdom come
The heavens flushed with fire
'mil scores of people, telephoning
nownpejpor office oe lered they
had seen a ball of flame fall near
by. Local osironomers said that a
gaseous meteor had fallen
The meteor did not strike the
earth, according in Prof. O. B.
.sniHii, professor of astronomy if
It had ih'-re would have been a
tremendous I rash felt for mile
around, he auld
"The meteor een tonight," Pro
fessor Smith suld, "onme from a
destroyed plunet between Jupiter
and Mars PrOOUOntil till planet
throw bits that hurtle through
spice. The friction In pal nig
through the air at trcmendou
Speed Ignites thorn, hut they are
usually consumed lo ashe, as
wan ihl one tonight, before they
strike the earth."
The meteor seen tonight ap
peared to travel fiom the west to
tbe east, Professor Hmitfl a!d.
KO FIT SMITH, Ark., June
Kear that Ihe meteor which
passed through this section early
tonight might have lruck near
Red tiuk, Okls, prompted level ii
partle of men at Wllburton and
neighboring town to Journey to
lied oak hy automobile to lend
aid, If necessary, to the residents
of that section.
Throughout thl section l QSl
CO.NTINVKlt UN I'AOB IH111 1 ttlN.
IS KEPT IN SEAT
Committoc Chooses Sen
ator Election la Ex
WILSDNISM IS FLAYED
Keynoter Says I'raudnnt.'a: Al
liances With Foreigners
HARMONY MARKS OPENING
Republicans United for Vic
tory; Short Session Meld;
Meet Early Today.
f'HIOAOO, June . . Senator
Lodge, temporary chairman of the
republican national convention,
MOlected today by the committee on
permanent organisation aa perma
nent chairman, and hie name will
he presented tomorrow to the con
vention fur approval.
There were thre nomination for
the place mid Benator lsnlg u
named on the first ballot oer
former Henator Albert J. Heverldg
of Indiana, and Henator Uedill Mc
Connlck of Illinois. The vote wne:
liOdgn 22; Ileverldge ; MeCormli k
7. On motion of the IlllnnU member,
the recommendation wae made
The remainder of the termporary
organHntlon wa fwoonini ended for
permanent organiiatlon without
OMtor Lodge wae placed In nom
ination by William llarnes of New
Vork. Mr. Ileverldge hy Qovernor
Ooodrioh of Indiana and Henator
HoCormioli by Ueutenant (Jovernoi
Oglesby of llllnol.
No epeech making followed the
nomination and the vote resulted
I.ndg Colorado, Connecticut,
K ansae, Louisiana. Massachusetts
Michigan, Mississippi. Minnesota,
New Hampshire, New Tork, North
! ' arollna. North Dakota, Ohio ore
i gon Rhode IIond, Tennessee, I'tah.
OONTINUaO on PAUK aiXTtgN.
SHOE PRICES LOWER
Hisliieilon Announced Hy Whole.
enlc I iwiiianlCH In Ht. lsiil VI
f.s ilve at Onjgg It Is Annuunorel
HT IH IH. Juno 8. deduction
In the wholesale price of varlou
siyle of shoea of from 25 cent to
i. a pair, were anaoum lad todav bv
olfhluls of three of the largest shoe
manufacturing etabllhment her.
The reduction are on all shipment
made after June 1, It wae explained,
ind are retroactive to order placed
prior to June 1J
A material decline In retail price
of shoe Is epecld as a result of
He i id net Ion, Ii was said.
The companies announcing the re-
diii-n-iiiH are the International shoe
" i my. the llamllton-llrown Hhoe
Ovmpeny and the Hrown Hlmo com
pany. Official of the three establish
ments emphasized the new price
wrre not the result of an agreement
by the companies.
A. C Hrown, pre-., it of th
Hamilton Ittown company, nssert
ed that "tight money' and the re
Milartt difficulty of re'aller to bor
row money, was the chief cause of
the lowered prices. Ki-ducod price
"n cei lain grades of leather was a
s'gned u a conlrlbiitory cause.
German Cabinet Offers
Resignation to Ebert
BaRliTK, Jum ft. Tho govern
ment today tendered II resignation
to President Kbert, who reiiiete,1 It
to remain In office provisionally.
The president also oekd Chan
cellor Mueller to take steps so that
the result of Sunday's purllemen
ary eleottpn f in be established aa
'nun as pnalhle. In order that Ihe
relchstng mav be summoned at the
earlleet possible date.
Is 0 In favor of the Open
Shop and tho principle advo
MVtOd by It. When you pend
your money with an eetahlieh
trient displaying Ihe OPOS Shop
-urd you are pat onlr.lng a friend
.I the open Shop nioviuifil.
Tul!, Opm Shop (Stiuaro Deal)