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VOL. XIV. NO. 262
TULSA, OKLAHOMA. TUKSDAY. JUNK 15, 1920
PRICE 5 CENTS.
Waits Until Notification
to Discuss Program
Puts in Busy Day Receiving
Congratulations and Meet
ing Numerous Friends.
TELLS FRENCH FRIENDSHIP
Will Foster He Telia Corre
spondent Who Tries to
Draw Him Out.
waphinoton Jung 14. Bstrntot
Warren (i. Harding toilay found the
II fn of tint republican presidential
nominee strenuous, although he held
no Important political conference.
The senator went to hU office at
the capital shortly before noon,
posed for motion picture men,
greeted Henate employe, received a
few personal friends, went over
great plies of congratulatory tele
grams, played & round of golf at a
country club and then worked far
into the night at his home to catch
tip with rapidly increasing corre
spondence. The nominee steadfastly declined
to niako any statement regarding his
position on party policies, Indicating
that he would have nothing to say
until in his speech accepting' the
nomination He said tha pending his
official notification ha would with
hold making public his campaign
plans. He declined to say whether he
-vonld resign his senate seat at this
Homo on .Inly I.
Penator Harding intends to re
main in Washington until late this
week, when he will leave for a brief
vacation. He does not contemplate
reaching his homo in Marlon, Ohio,
hefore about July 1. The notifica
tion ceremonies are expected to
take placo anon aftar Chairman Hays
of the republican committee and a
number of party leaders confer with
the Ohio senator, probably next Sun
day, although the date haa not been
Penator Harding's return to his
office in the capital was the signal
for nn informal reception by the
eennte employes. Shortly before the
arrival, his nrlvale office was deco
rated with a large American flag and
flower Large numbers of bouquets
were recrlveid from friends.
A corespondent of a French news
paper sought, to present to Senator
Harding a. series of question, hut
the senator declined to consider
them. However, he did say to the
"If I become the chief executive
of thia nation I can assure you that
1 11 foster the spirit of friendship
Despite his strenuous week at the
republican convention, the senator
seemed In fin fettle :ind kept up a
running fire of humorous comments
as the picture -picture men clicked
off films. "He's as happy as a lark,"
remarked one bystander as I'm. eena
tor Joked with the. movie men.
IMugetl With Mesaagrs.
Tho senator seemed greatly
touched a he read sheave of con
gratulatory telegrams from Governor
Calvin Coolldge. the republican vice
residential nominee, former Presi
dent Taft, Major (ieneral Wood audi
Penator Hiram Johnson and from
Senator Pomerene, hla democratic
colleague from Ohio.
"Now wasn't thnt nice in him,"
or "It was very thoughtful of him to
send that message," were hi most
frequent comment as he read tho
telegrams. Among hla first re
sponses was a telegram sent to C.ov
erncr Coolldge thanking him for lib
Miossagw and rieilsrlm: that by the
selection of a "truly great nnd
tr.ited American" for the vice r
Hernial nomination, tho ticket
been Kt relic t h filed
Senator Harding waa especially
nleased with a telegram from John
Philip Sousa, which said: "Ideas
your musical soul. May Hod's har
monies be with you forever
W.irk Plica t'p.
The sudden accumulation of work
rrsultci In the senator being forced
today to secure additional office
apgee, part of which will be used ;is
a pressroom for the dally newspa
per correspondents. Iteglnnlng to
morrow he plans lo hive dally con
ferences with the newspaper men
when In Washington. He will con
fer tomorrow with Leslie M. Hliaw.
formerly secretf.ry of the treasury
In deciding to play golf today the
gCQStor said he "wanted to get some
rf the convention tobacco out of
He was accompanied on the links
by Senator Sutherland of West Yir
llnla, former Senator Bourne, and
H P. Warner. Jr.. of Washington.
Senator Harding; declare,, that be
ing a presidential candidate was
"more strenuous than anything I
have ever known."
New York Life
Farmer & Duran
203 Palarc Uldg. Phono 1M
WASHINGTON Jun 14. Cotton con
mi mod during May amounted in
bslr-a of lint anl SM-U of llntera, tit
it nana bureau announced today.
TOjPKKA, Kan . June U. i fltl. Henry
1. Ai: mi today i ilrii hi i.etltlon for ra
ti .in i n : i n o nthe republican in it. - at the
August pi li.arlea.
WASIIINI1TON. Juno II. At It,"
tiouie It wai sal.1 t,li,y that an an
i. urn rinen t Mould be tiirtila li.mnrtuw aa
to President Wllson'a Miles on th water
Tnl.Klal, Ohio, June II, On parens
VH allied, thres severely Injured enl
mora than it Men allRhtly hhrt late to
day when an electric car struck a motor
truck near here.
prill. IV. June 11,-Tha railway men re.
film- In atmntlnn their atrlke, although
toM to by the national union of railway
men. The atrlko waa an nuti'oma ef the
uicn'a refusal to handle munition trains
ntUlt Jans ll Trtrntinrn.
leaiter at the rentral party, haa srcei.te,!
the lo ek of forming a new intnletry to eur.
cee.l thi.t of I'hancellor Mveller who re
rlgneil Juno $, It waa announced ttiday.
MiiNTItKAI., .lune II Canadian paper,
today devolve) ronalderahla apace to com
ment on the nomination of .Senator Warren
rirrl.l..nl of the frilled
neral comment farnred hla
IIONrM'l.V. .Tun 14 An uniicrgif nl
MtWnpt wm mail' .Sunday nlirht ! aa
nit p i nut Trrmlcr llntn of Japan, accord
tnrx to Tnklo cable- advices. Th assailant
wita rri'tir'cd to ha M .lapaneea fanatic,
v. u irnmai tn tiftwi
HKH1.IN. Juna 1 1 (lm lg,A haa re
qi)atrd Ult aiipriiiri council to grant a
fnrlhfr delay of thr nionrha for th re
duction of the tier-man army to lon.noo,
aava the Tageblatt It waa lecentlv ait-
' ned that tho reduction of th German
army tt -00.000 men hud brim inum
CHICAGO, Juna 14. A tnree-day tnt
h k of tha NaT tonal Ltveatock Kich antra
will opn in f'hleago Wednesday. I"ele
I . are tiptfltM to attnd from atl
parta of tho country Among: tha apak
ft will h Thomaa K. Wllaon. pratdnt
of the Inalltuto of AmtHoM Meat Pack
WAtniMOTON, June J4 Aid of the
department of Juallce In DHftMAff to an
end the New York harbor atrlke and In
I earing- up gfnerHltv the nation wwu
freight congestion will be offered to the
Interstate coirnnerce coinmtaalon tomor
low by Attorney U.-neral Taliuer.
RlflTBFlNVILI.K.W. Va. Juna 1 4 Kred
Seckman. an oil drlllar, aftar killing hla
wife and four children at Hhlpley, w. Vr,
wr Plater nvl 1 1. laxt night, ended hla own
life by HUxhlng hla throat with the
ramr ho had nacd upon hU victim-. MM
Jumping Into u rain barrel
MONTIIKAIa Jun 14. Becreary Krank
Morrlaon of the American Federation of
Ijabnr. an noun ( fd thta afternoon ht hod
telegraphrd a proleM to the department of
labor again ct the Importation of lihorerw
from Mexico to "break" the longshore -men'a
atrlke at Oalvaaton. Teiga
riNK HMIFF. Ark , Jung 14 John
Bniqg, KR, a iromlnpnt while farmer of
Vah(.aak. Ark . Waa ahnt and killed thta
morning during u quarrel with aged
aon-ln-Iaw. M. Adama. A dame waa ar
rested, charged with murder. He claims
that Hrude struck him with a chair and
will plead ccif defense.
WASHINGTON, June 1 4 HijHpenalon
CHtCAOOi June 14 -Three national po
iltlcal conventions will be held In Chicago
tho week of July in The single tax partv,
through Tloherl C Mact'auley of Pennsyl
vania, today Issued a rail for its ounvetij
tlon. Th commutes of 4fi and national
labor party have already Issued their
Mi rtPH VSnOHO, Il77 June 14 Five
mn held up the Ktate bank of Valler. 26
miles northeast of here. hla afternmin
it nd esc pe.l with .0 0 after locking S.
H. Ing th cjiahier, In the vault The
men made their escape in an automobile
and drove wt-stward. Franklin county of
ficials pursued them to Lu .-. in. where I
me trail waa ioat.
BRISTOL, Vi June 14 Feud spirit
KsHsivill. near har.-. found .i a'ilfi, v-
terday In a remlver fight In th atreefgn miould take. The HoiKi'or waa
of that town, As a result H bert F andlIe,l with having Written the
Oeorge TuNy. th latter of the Harry far
Ti"n. ai ilea,. Daesill saaa i.kKu ,
ore serltiusly Wnundl a nfl Tom und
Oaorffa Harry are slightly wounded.
WASHINGTON. Juna 14 Norman H
Davis of Tennis. was appointed today
PrMldaal WUgoa be undersecretary
f state. Ha will aasuma hla duties to
morrow suc.eedlng Frank I, I'olk. who
has resigned because of the stats of his
nag i in. Mr Davis resumed tuni w..u
asslstant secretory of the treasury tn or
dar to accept tha state department post
lie was one or tha advisers to the Amer
ican peace delegation at Paris.
for tO days of the proviainns of tha mer
chant marina art rrolilhltlng carriers from
giving preferential rates on exports de
Itlaad for vessels not documented under
the lawa of th t'nlted Htates was ordered
today by tha Interatate commerce commie,
slon. Tha action was rn nested aeveral
daya ago by the shipping board which
held that available American tonnage
was Insufficient to tak rare of the large
volume of freight awaiting ahlpment
Jtme 1 4 Mai lm urn, ; ; mini
minimum, IT aouth winds;
KANSAS: Generally fair Tuesday and
Wednesday, receded by local thunder
showsra Tuesday not much change in
Clns Cnmiwny la I'ny Taxra on Val
uation of lloej 'Hi. hi Half Mil
OKIvAHOMA CITY, June 14.
Permanent aeeeimment of 11,114,111
waa placed upon property of the
Oklahoma Natural Has company
today by the ataie board of equaliza
tion. The company last year was !
aeaeeaed at 47,564,662. Tentative as-!
aesament nf 413.OOfJ.ono wa placed
upon the company's property at the
last meeting of the board.
Report "f all county assessor of,
the state are due to be made to th.
board'by the time of Its next meet
ing on July 15. Assessment will he I
tie of the state at the next meetlnir
Increase in total property valuation
over last year Is expected to be
j shown in assessor' report. Krank
C. Cttrter, state auditor, said today.
Among the larger permanent bn
j sessments made today are: o
i manche Light Tower Co., $34S.
28; Sand Springs Hallway company.
I $450,000; Tula Street Hallway
company, $143,900; National Refln
' Ing company. $290,862.
Tentath'e aasesstnent made to-
day Include the Ulackwell Oil &
Qgg Co. $294.70;, the Common
wealth Public Service company-of
Fort Smith. Ark., $128,100. 1
COLBY AND GLASS
PROXY AT FRISCO
State Secretary Men
tioned for Permanent
TO WRITE PLATFORM
Virginian Regarded Certain
Selection aa Head of Reso
OWEN OPENS HEADQUARTERS
Supporters of Oklahoma Sen
ator and Palmer on (.round;
Chiefs Are Arriving.
H FIlAVIStn, June 14.
Miailtpiartrrs f'T jtivrrRl nnilr
Httts to tho dmurratln nomttlaNtton
for prMtdcnt at tht natuuinl
vt'ntlon J tint
t tl.ty. TJhisi- fur win
open fd wart UttltM
Robt)tt la. iiwcn of
n nfl 0M wtTc
.Ktntt H H imtoi j
; iklalionia himI
in edQuertere r tiovaynor Jemee M
Cnx of Ohio will he opened tomor
row with thf expert.'d arrival of K
If. MOO re i national oornmit t et tn i D
f Ohio i who haa charge of tho rov
4rnor' pre-con vent ton campaign.
Italnhridgo Colby, aoerotary of
atato, recently ehoaen a tieiogjato
from the Dtetrlol tf t'olumhla, i
iKing- montionod hy lead era here for
tho pormanent hali rnanship of the
convention. United .TiatrH Senator
Carter '.Ha of VlrgTinia in beini
dir iiMflotl f tr ch:i Inn an of the cum-
mitt ee on reeoluiione.
Tentative plana oall fr tho opon
lnjf of the eon von I ion hy .1 , Union
Kremcr, vice, chairman of t hi- Na -tlonal
rommitlee, who will intto
duee Homer B, ClllTimlngta, chair
man of the cimmttteu. a temporary
chairman of ;he oomrention( who
Will mnko flu- keynote npeteh.
K. O, Hoffman, mrrttary of the
national committee, arrived today.
Wilhor W Marhh. troanurer nf the
national commlttoo, wilt arrive to
night. Kolks who aKAoolatn national con
vent Ions w left torrid temperatures,
light w eight mil la and lattiro w'r k
Underwear, hnd bettor diKlHunlon
thomnolvoM if they arn coming to
tho demo?rntic national convention,
according to the United Btaten
weather bureau. All aart or la 1 effecta
ailOUld InOlllda fairly hea-y Inner
and outor clothing and a light over
coat. If h" weather "runs trun to
form." smart westerly wlndft, carry
ing a penetrating chill, will blow
in off ahe I'ncif Ic ocean and COOl
aft artlOOna and cooler evenings will
ho the order. Tho lard phaM will be
aaeieted by frs
rreNldnnt WIIhom roorntly wrote
Senator Olaae that thf puiiforeti
adopted by Virginia democreti m-t
with hta approval and Voiced bin
sentiment on the
positioh the party
Till' tin r;i n IkUi'vph It will bp
Rood "convrntbin wi-alln-r" with
pb-nty of oppnrninlty for thr ivir
ar. oraKtr to wrfrm up without looet
Inir liki bundla of wt wash. If
thn tipiial hectic paradM for the can
dld.'itca art ptaRcrl toward tin and
of the afternoon, there need he no
HhedtlltiK of ooata, rollara or gal
luaert. "Hut," the weather bureau nald,
"unleaa a man MOttl to keep warm
by hla nthulajni nlono he hud bet
ter come prepared "
Tha datnoaratle oandldatea will he
nominated hy tha follnwltiK:
William l Mi Ad., o by Ir. Hurrl
Janking of Kansas City; A. Mltrhell
Palmer by .1 H, BIgalOW of I'enn
aylvanla; fiov. Jamaa M. COX of tihlo
by judge J, C. Johnaton f Colum-
bua; (lav. BdWgrd I. BdWardl "f
Ni-w Jersey by Charlaa F. O'Brlan
of Jersey City; Senator Robert L.
Owen of Oklahoma by P Haydatl
I.lneba.UKh of Muskoaree. (ikla.i
formal1 Ainbaasailor lames V fo r
ttrd of New York by 17, H. (i. Cherry
of Hloux Falls, S. D, : Henatur Ollbarl
M. Hitchcock of Nebraska by for
mer Oov. A. C, Hhallenherprer of that
state: Hecretarv of Aarlctilturi- B. T
Meredith by Clauda li. Porter of
Iowa: National Chairman HoiYlar B.
Cummlngi f,f Connecticut bv Mayor
Kltziferald of New Haven. Carter II
f'llass. aerator from 'lrKlnla. Rcnutor
K. M. Rlmtnons of North Carolina
anrl Amliajesador John W. Oavla of
Vit Vlrp:nla will also he preaented
to the convention, it Is underslnod.
M'ATtoo FAVOR BO
HY VtAM DEMOCRAT!
Special tn The WnrM
SALT LAgB CITT I'tah. June 14.
Hv a resolution th" Ctah state dem-
r.cratlc convention went on record
today favoring William O, McAdno.
former secretary of th. treasury, as
the democratic nominee at the Pan
Kranrlacn convention June 28. Klglit
iinlnstructed deleirate and eight al
ternate were chosen',
Resolution upholding thcyWIlson
administration and urging adoption
I of the league of nations without res
It IS HOOSTHIUS
DEPART FOB FRISCO
CtaARKRBURG, W. Va., June 14.
Officer of the "Davis for preeldonl
Club" left here for Kan Krancisco to
establish hnadnuarters In the inter
est of the candidacy of Cnlted
States ambassador to Oreat Hrltaln
for the democratic nomination for
tt.e Harmony Cafeteria. You'll
t'n'ler WoolirevrthV ASvt.
Turn Back River
Delano A nnounces '
OKLAJtOlM CVttt jMt II A
dUpatch from Wichita Palla, Tat
"AH proprrty in Ihi river
riinpnt'- fotiih of th- bad "I" ,nl'
rlvpr to thn nouth Mttffi will bo
lurn'1 hark to tho oUstmanU lit
pOKioHH.un on April 1. Itld, an
aonn an powiho arttr Jutio , nr
oorrttna; to an annnunt riiM-Mt tntttlo
horo today by Krodorlf A DotaUIOi
rat-olvor. OparttmPI niav ootitlnuc
to devolip tha lonaea utitlor th
riiiog of thf raoalvaf or majr allow
him to OOntlnua the work, tin Ml'
ttotin fint'tit H.ild.
Thi- ! ebrton afrocr n, i;irffB
per rout of tho producing; woIIh
tn th1 diepQted area.
"All laltnaiitH to oil loarion In thH
aro;i ar- kt-d to ftlo oOff. plate r
(mrtg of prodtirllon ulnco April,
pay .I -ifi royalty on tha production
to thi fodorul recolvor; furplth eMl
Invetttory of &n eutpfnetit on imini
nnd UKroo to develop tho lranf tn
aooordenoa with the rules of tho
reoeiver. tiiomo nniHt to filed hy
J Una It. HimitfHtintiH Bf to opt ra
tion of property In d Input e ro
"Tho annoiineemont nld tho
property doe not affeet th" prop
erly In tho aetual river hod."
ASKED OF LABOR
Gompers Makes Plea to
Program This Year.
ASKS LEAGUE ADOPTION
Failure of U. S. to Ratify Is
"Pitiable" Says President
of American Federation.
MONTKKAU Juno 14. Organized
labor In the United Stut waa ap
pealed to by Samuel Gojnpora of the
American Federation of Labor today,
to support the nott part titan political
program of the federation and urge
upon congresa iho adoption of the
league of nation.
Characterizing the failure of the
United gtt a ta to ratify the covenant
aa "pitahle," Mr. Ootnpers, addreHM
iug the annual convonllon of the fed
"If tho question waa Muhmitted lo
tho people, without any other en
tangling problem, I am poalttva
the people of our country would
aay hy an OTerwhelmlng vote that It
deelree ih leagtua of nattona."
The veteran labor chief ei pressed
fear in the corning polHIoal campaign
the It-ague tiueHti4iu will be "huIi-
merged tn the numher of queettons
ehlch must attract the attention Of
tho people of the United State."
'It Ih -rcirrettahlo.' lie added
that the queation In itself has not
bad an opportui.tl y to be prosented
for the oonaglaraUon and determln
atlnn "f the people (at our country."
Mr. rjomporg waa brief In his gp
peal to the federation to DODtlnUOSO
stand hy tils nonpartisan political
ptngram, asserting the subje-t "may
be in conctete form before the con.
venUon" within ihe next faw dayi
WARDROBE IS LOOTED
Holds 'i ai,, ail ilnweaetn Clotiatog
TlK'v Can Carry.
The only reason robbers didn't
take everything they could fin I g!
the home of J. O, Johnson and W. I'
Johnson at Mr. Weal Fifteenth street
last night Wa because they could no'
carry It all. As It was Hie house watr-
looteil of about $800 worth of expen
sive clothlnR belonging to tha John
When the Johnson's reached home
about 10:40 o'clock they found thai
two viattnis believed by neighbors to
be white men bad Just left .-a trying
away several stilts, shoes, hats, un
derwear, and it number of ahlrtr, all
of which they had packed In valuable
At n late hour Iat nlRht the DOllO
were atil on the trail of the pair
: but had not yet made any arrests.
GORE SEES WILSON CONTROL
Tiiinks Administration win Domta
ntc Con vent ion ut San FrBjOOtaOO,
KORT SMITH, Ark., June 14, "I
assume that Prej.ldi lit Wilson will be
able to dominate the OOBVatttlOft, se
cure an indorsement of the league r,f
nations without reservations, and
dictate thr. iiomtoi e of th'' demo- I
party tiklahomans of coure 1
desire th.- nomination of Senator
Owen, but it seems as if Bryan and
Owen will not be able to control the
This w the statement ef Henatur
Thomas p. tlore, during u visit here
tonight when asked to give his opin
ion o fthe action likely to be taken
hy the democratic parly at Its na
Honal convention in Han Francisco
Hi ne 2$.
Iltlll l ltl l HOW IS DI.MXMH l
Meaggcaoaeaij nimmiiee li BHIMgfco
PenuHMl at Ff Bs-Qi
IifiHTON. June 14. FotlTteen of
the stue'h delegates to tho nation
al convention left for Han Iran
ciaco tonight by way of Mon' real
ami Vancouver. "Vt are olru un
pledged." said one. "We are no,
interested in any candidal' s; we are
cot interested In platforms; we. are
not Interested In an thing txcept
freedom for Ireland."
SUPPOftBfl 1 THM
PARTY'S HONOR SAVED
New Yorker Says Task was
to Defeat Lowdtl) Also to
Prevent November Loss.
URGES HARDING'S ELECTION
Ticket Real Republican One
He Says (government Will
Now Be Fully Restored.
Nicw YoitK, June 14. Chargat
that "a motly group of stock gamb-
lera, oil and mining promoters, inn
nltlon maktrg and ilk paraona
seined upon so good a man aa tlen
ernl Wood, and with reikleaa au
dacity, started out to buy for him the
presidential nomination," were mad
In n statement Riven out tonight by
Nicholas Murray llutler. unsuceesa
ful candidal for tha republican
"It waa the cause of Renulna Bor
row to rne aa to many of (Ieneral
Wood's perannal friends." ha anld.
"to see him put In this unhappy po
sition. There was nothing to do to
ava the republican party but to
defeat the band of man behind him
with their bank accounts and their
Rrent financial influence. This
meant that we had to defeat flen
eral Wood himself"
"The forces that were defeated In
their insolent attempt to buy the
nomination," he added, "represent all
that Is worst In American business
and American political life it t
really loo bad that they hit upon
Ceneral Wood gg their choice They
should have found someone to sup
port for whom the country has less
respect and leaa regard. "
Had to Prevent Kale.
"The chief tnak of tha conven
tion," the statement aald, "waa to
prevent the sale of prrsldentlal nnm
Inatlona at auction to the highest
bidder Hnd this not been done the
party faced not only certain de
feat, but crushing dishonor The
H New Turk ilelogates who voted
for me on the first ballot wen' the
chief factor in stopping the lllllden
hurg drlva to overwhelm the con
vention by the power of unlimited
money and bv strong arm methods
In preferential primaries."
The story of Nov York's vots
for Butter shows, the statement said,
hoe, Cleneral Wood was defeated.
It pnlnta ou' that the first billot
gave ii neral Wood a substantial
lend and that "the first taiali. there
fore, waa In bring Ihe vol" of hi'
...u.l rU.nl r.i.vitrniir T.iWiloU at
Neast up to Wood's Wte "
Owing to local and state compli
cations, the statement explain', there
were few sources from which new
strength for' la. wb-n could be drawn
so ea-lv In tho ballotln Ponnavl
Vanla, Massachusetts. Mlchltan and
rihlr. could not help. It added, be
ruiiftc the releaae of delegates In
those states probably would Rive
Wood more votes than Lowden.
Pafty Honor I'lrat.
"It was dearly necessary, there
fore" the atatemenl continues, "for
i New York lo beenme the lieiRtum
: n. (ll" war and I -heerf III ly gave my
approval for the plan tn turn New
l York's vote to I.ow'len In Inercas
i Ing volume on the second, third
fourth fifth sixth and seventh bnl
lots. I sent word to the New York
, delegation! that with me. party auc
I cess and party honor came first. I
rtONTINttgD ON PAO flVB
THIRTY MORE ENTERED
Inlin Wo. si ward and II C. Ilcllninn
t andldatea, in Tela Orwadt for
OKLAHOMA CITY. June 14
Thirty candidates for nomination at
tin- primaries lo !" held August 3.
Bled Hie" notices wltli W. D, Mc
Ali st. r. secretary of tha- state elec
tion board shortly Isyfure the filing
time expired al midnight Sunday.
Several application for filing were
I received lodm by lb.' u. Ul )', I.Ut
I thi v wi re rejected.
! Among (hose riling at a late hour
roinnav w.ts .irs. ronrr i..ii.n.i
of pevol. who flleii as a candidate
for corporation commissioner.
Among those who filed on the
democratic ticket were Robert L.
Olover "f Hush Spring, for congroiMi
man from ihe Sixth district; 0. It.
McCrory, tikntulgee. for liite sena
tor from Hie Sixth district. John It
Woodward, Tulsa, representative
Colllnavltle, representative for Tuisu
from Tulsa county; H. 0. Il'llman,
The following were among those
filing on ll) republican tickel C. II
Filing. Parent, for justice of the
supreme court from the Second dis
trict, Joseph (1 It.iwls, Atoka, for
congressman from the Third dis
trict Nonpartisan League
Ih Invading Oklahoma
Hperlal te The gfetM
ptiNCA CITT, June 14 - It de
veloped today that the non partmiin
league has org.inlers In Ke county
working among Warawei - -
curing rnemners. jury ate now in
the I in as lo. ality and expect to or-
ana extensively In HUs und other
Oklahoma ciioniles. taking advantage
wherever possible of the wheat
growers association Ueady formed.
Hopes to More
I B Ba eltF aS5 aaw
Mra. Warren II Harding, wlfn or ftenator Harding, rrpuhllnan presi
dential nomlnaa, Is a constant corapntilon of her dlstliiKUtahad husband,
.ml eraa w ith htm al Chb ago during the strenuous days of the convention.
Mho was formerly Ulee rlorenoe Kllng of Marion, Ohle, the home of Mr.
and Mis llitl'dlng. They have no chlldien.
Mrs. Hartungi 1 1 u bei huebandi is a gyaat lover offhothe, ami she and
Ihe p residential nominee take gi.at pride In entertaining friends at Ih.ilr
home In Marlon.
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IN SENATE RACE
Texas Boundary Dis
pute to Take Too
Much of Time.
PARTING RAP IS TAKEN
Getting Hack TO Constitution
Remedy for IIIh lie De
clares in Statemtmt.
Hy AeseelatSd I'reaa Hlale Wire.
I ilvl.A 111 M. '111. June 14
Public duty arising from Hie Red
river boundary controversy Is
named by A'torn.s Qenorsl Kreel
Ing a. i Ins reaaou for not filing as a
candidal" for the democratic nomi
nation for I nlted Slate, senator in
a slulement Issued today. Freellng
announced last fall that ho would
be n candidate The statement made
today says In part:
"I did not file as a candidal" for
United states senator in the demo
cratic primary Angus' 3 Owing lo
the pressure of duties In connection
v. th the attorney general's depart
merit, I have not been permitted to
matte a aampalgn and the u-
prentf eOUtrl hits flxcil August 15
ns the limit within whl' h OglghotAS
and Texas ma, present proof as to
their contentions on 'he law uues-
tioos Involved. In Hie liounilarv con
Iroveray, It would be interly lm-
posMtiib in miku such a oantpalgn
as I should wish arid dSSm DOOM
'This I deeply regret, for It was
My earnest dcslr- and Intention tn
H.roscnt niv views ami onuiloim
ihe uuoKtl ina wnien must
in the reeonsti uction
,trv and the world
"This slluatlon Is th" mon deep
ly regretted for Ihe reason that so
far no one l advocating the Hllngs
it whiih I believe i had earnestly
hoped, without Indulging ' ""s
pSisonalltl's whatever, to impress
nn. vo w which i desply laol that a
large measure Of Hie gnosrtslhty
and distress which surrounds us in
the natural reeUll "f a policy of de
parting from Hi'- constitution
SUSPECT TWO OF ROBBERY
Police on Trail In Caruso RkIiImtv
Case et I asl Hamilton.
CAST HAMITON. M Y, June 14
ro men ate suspect "I of the rob-
I cry of Jewels val I at $500, 00u
fj'Oga the country home of Knrlco
Caruso, opsrs singer her int
! Tuesday, District Attorney Young
announced tonight He declined to
I give the fiames
Frank Ferraro, ins uaruso euiier,
nd Oeorg Rugerald, th" ihauf-
r. nr. were qUSMlOned by detrg;-ive
Private detectives who have been
digging Up all available hidl.ig
places on the 1 00-acre ogtats, an
i ouneed tonight they had found no
Line lo Ihe mlBSlng jewels.
Orders ( nplial Cleanup.
OKLAHOMA C1TV, June 14. Dr.
A It. Iwls. Mate ht-altli comnils-
i loto-r, today oiucie.i a cican-up
I -am pain against Oklahoma City
soda fountain RepostS have
reached ppotor Lewis that many of
I the fountains were violating health
I department ordei.
to II hite House
Six Children in Sad
Plight With Mother
and Father lledtant
Not far from Tulsa on Ihe Red
Fnrtk road then- is a mean shack
which a faiuflv eiiiuumcd Caah-
mere calls home.
The mombprg.of the Cashmere
family ate a tubercular father un
able to work, a mother now at
death's door In a local hospital
aiitl six small children ranging In
years from 2 to 12,
Perhaps Hie best part "f the
Hood Samaritan work done by the
human society sine" the pitiable,
plight .f Hie family was learned
on Sunday la the supplying of the
milk which the tubercular father
needs only a little leaa than the lit
Ho.ihlldt.i d II.
ii is foi uohk families ns the
Cashmere-, loo manv in number,
iilai. I li.H The Wm Id milk and
lee fund Is employed by Hie liu-
mane society and ll 1 contribu
tions to thi fund Which .ll 'll-
able Yon ,o become a Oood s
martUHi by prosy.
Those who sent In cheeks to the
fund yesterday v.. i .
As previously reported ...$570.20
Hophronla Jane Staple 2 00
"Three Friend of tho Kid
H. li. Blaohlsdg in
Mi BdWln N. Adam .... 500
WALSH NOT CANDIDATE
Main hu-elt" Senator Will No,
Tekti Vice Preslilcmy on Any
Ticket He Hay.
WASHINOTOK, June 14 Hena
tor Walsh, dcnio. r.it of Masusi liu-
i tts, iii a formal etalement tonight
announced that in- did not "propose
lo accept any nomination for a n
ilcral oftli '
"Several newspaper rspplig to
day." said the senator's stale 0001
"have mentioned my nam" as a
candidate toi the vice presidency,
running on the democratic ticket
with McAdoo or Cox or un !nde-
P ndcfit ticket wlili La Kollett "i
Johnson or some other candidal.
"I wish lo s'ale that 1 have not
1 v.n considered Ih" possibility of
nn. h candidates and Ihut I have
not In en offered nor do I prOIMg
10 tcocpt any nomination for a nil-
"r am rnoie Interested In
principles than in uanaiaaiss, Aa a
rteleglite at -bilge to til' ilclnoera tic
oonvention from Msssachueetts, 1
Intend t do what 1 can to nave my
put .' a lopl 1 eironi;. lib. ml.
soundly progressive platform and
nominate men of Ihe bremdegl
A inei 1, iLiusni, wjio can aroi.se en
thusiasm for democratic principle
si.d win Hie itiMiiovn! and
or the American iieopl
sendee Ihat democrats can render
to their coiintiy and parly between
it',, and the convention it san 1
Francisco I" '" a.'.-lsl In piepiirlng
gnd I doptlng a sl "f political prln
elplee, definite, gpsglflc anl run
glruotlve, without the alighl'st sug
gOStlon of .bulging or straddling in
11 single Issue le foi'e Hp- Aim rlcun
people. I hope the democratic
party will take an honest, nouMg'
ous and truly Ainerlcai, position on
such Issue aa th" treaty, 1 ague uf
nations, prohibition an t bonuses, it
si c ild proclaim a sound, social and
industrial and reconstruction pro-
gTgm and by vigorous an l pointed
recommendations make an earnest
and unites party effort toieouipigts)
ly eradicate profiteering'
IN ELWELL DEATH
Police Believe Woman
Caused Murder of
ARMY MAN IS SOUGHT
Think Automatic Pistol UsadJ
Garment HclonKinK to So
ciety Woman Found.
STILL WORK ON CARD CLUE
Gambler'! Threat to Kill
Whist Kxnort Recalled
Officers Drill Friend.
NEW TORE, June 14 Jealousy
over a Woman or Vsnsjsaneo ff,f
heavy bsases sustained at tarda,
which. If either, furnished the mo.
tlve for the murder here last Friday
of Joseph 11. Flwell, wealthy turf
man and "whist wlxard"?
The police tonight were fluctuating
between tliimu theories trying to
solve a crime which they admitted
waa the most baffling In year.
Clues point to Ih" wnmm theory,
according In detectives. Th.vy
claimed that Ihe theory wa
si rengt lieneit today when It wa
learnei, ihat Marie Larson, Klwetl'
housekeeper, lisd found In hi bed
room, where he was shot, a wom
an' allk undergarment and reported
lo belong to a New York society
woman whose name 1 withheld
pending her examination.
Conviction that the husband of
this woman, an ex-army man. killed
the wlisxt expert was expressed by
some dclectlvcs The Slse of th
rabfl bullet and Ihe Tact that It had
a steel Jacket point to the fact that
a government automatic pietol wa
used, ihey said.
Hold ,4i (.ambler Clue.
The police were reluctant, how
ever, to discard the theory that a
gambler "broken at whist by an
International authority on the game,
may have done Hie shooting They
sought to trace the sour f a re.
port that such a, gambler hud
threatened to kill El wren, and in con
tinuing today's Examination of so.
otety women, spun inn men sol
promln.nt figures In New York
financial dlatrlct where Rlwell oc
cupied a broker' office devoted
mot of their uucstlnns to "big play"
In which he had engaged.
Some witnesses described game
in which th" sky 111. rally was th
limit; games In which Klwell had
matched wits--and considerable re
sources of his own against still
greater resource of financiers with
an lilternallon.il reputation. On the
other hand, stnrlc of Klwell'
"killings" once estimated by hi wife,
from whom ha was divorced, a hav
ing been $10, ono In one evening,
,4 ...... .1 l.w win.,.-, r
l.ltehead. assoolated with th
banking firm of K. N- Hrletung
Wee I'jitJiusliieitlr Isieer.
Whitehead, an intimate friend of
Blwsil'g, himself an aiilhorlty un
SUOtlon bridge, spent much of the
day at the district attorney office.
He described the dead man as UI1
nthiislastlu loser "rather than a big
"Hut can a mn he an euthorlty
and at the mime lima a loser?" he
"Certainly," Mr. Whitehead re
plied. "Ihat often happen."
Mr. Whitehead said ha "regretted
hla Inability to throw any light on
the case" He had not een Elwell
for some Hm.
Meanwhile perparatlon were
being made for the funeral tomorrow
at llldgewood, N. J. RU hard Elwell.
16-yeur-old on of the murdenrd
man, arrive, 1 nere touay ior 111c serv
ice from Andover academy.
Joseph S. Klwell, father of the
card expert, today obtained permis
sion from the surrogate's court to
open a safe deposit vault, which, hu
said, contained hla son's will
The wife of the slain man an
nounced today that ahe sought noth
ing for herself from the husband's
estate but that If the will did not
l,rvld' foi ' l."1' ' "i. ' 1." would '.. gg
The safe deposit vault was opened
1st today and what purport, to tie
Klwell a last will, was found.
Tills document was s.ild to leave
ali his real estai" und peismial prop
erty tu hi mother.
KEEP LAFOLLETTE SILENT
Physicians ib-foer kg Allow Him to
Make Stittetm-nt m New Party.
ROCMBsTTBR, Minn.. June 14.
1 Physicians today refused to allow
Senator Itobert UiFollette of Wis
consin I" make a statement regard
ing rumors that he will head a ticket
presidential candidate of the new
party, announoed i.y Amos pin 'hot.
member of the committee of 44.
r laFollStts wee operated
hi 1 week ago for the removal of the
gall sac and will remain In a hospital
lie,.- .1,,.,, .. ....
her" until le completely rerun
said today he is
la $0 In favor of the Open
Shop nd the pHnotples advo
cated by It. When you spend
,-our money with an establish
ment displaying the upen Shop
lard you are patronlxtiig a friend
Jt tho Open Shop movement.
Tulsa open Shop Otqusr. Deal)