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OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER
avfiiage SWORN NKT vaii
VOL XIV, NO. 204
TULSA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1920
PRICE 5 CENTS.
HARDING TO MEET WITH PROGRESSIVES
RELIABILITY CHARACTER ENTERPRISE
V . LTAV f lf MmmWIfMWmWy
TO LEAVE PERSIA
League in First World
Case Decides to Wait
MOSCOW Announces Intention
to Withdraw Forces and
Put End to Agression.
TO FORM WORLD COURT
First Session Is Held at
Brussels Elihu Root Rep
Py The teaorlatrtl !reee
LONDON. June lit. The case of
Persia versus aovlet Itussla. the flmf
till Of International adjudication un
derl 'ken by tho council of the league
of nations, wai remanded thai morn
InR, pfudlng the result of tho bole
gbevlk promise, to cease aggression
In Persia and withdraw the landing
party operating in the MtgntMrhooa
Tho supporter of the league an
ticipated action by the council on
the Persian appeal for Intervention
us tho first practical last of Its
powtr to settle international dis
putes, but the council after two days
dsllberatlons, ipncludsd that it was
desirable In ordvr to give every op
portunity for bsccvs of the ex
changes going on between Teheran
and Moscow, to await the fulfillment
Of Moscow's declared Intention, be
fore determining the manner or
bring the league's machinery Into
lender Persian Sympathy.
Lord Curzon, the British foreign
eoratary, bringing up the sundsi
at the public meeting today a St.
James palace, said that the council
had tendered its sympathy to the
Persian government In the difficult
position In which It had been placed
and agreed that it had done rightly
In opening discussions with the Kile
dans. Sir Krlc Drummnnd. dealing with
the subject of the council sending
an Investigating eommttts to Rus
sia, announced the council redid do
ho more than not- Moscow's if .usai
Ot May 16 to receive such a com
mission. The grounds for this ic
fusal wer stated In the soviet
reply to the council's first request
CONTINUED O.N f Ac. hi tflKS
MINERS SENT TO JAIL
M Ortlcretl to In- shut up In Kansas
Until XaWy Vre ll.-aily IO Tes-
ii r Before Judge CurrM.
IMTTSnritfi, Kan., June 1(1.-Six
officials of the Kansas branch of the
I'mted Mine Workers of America
were found guilty of contempt ill
the Crawford county district court
here toduy and were sentenced to
tho county Jail to serve unit! they
were ready to testify before the
Ksiisns court of Industrial relations.
The men were James M.-llwratli ami
II II. Maxwell. board members;
Thomas Cunningham, traveling
auditor nnd John Steel, Will.ird Ti
ttis and John Planting, Joint board
members. Cpon an appeal to the
mine workers' attorney. J'hii 11 "'.ti
lery. tay of execution was grunted
by Judge A. J. Outran and the men
were released on b..nds of lll.oflO
aach. The cXac la to bo appealed to
I" K.tmis supreme court Callery
Mid tonight. a
i The 'ontempt charge on which
the effi, luls were convicted grew
'out of refusal of the union officials
to testify before tha Industrial court
here lag) April when a prolonged
Investigation of the coal Industry
win in progress.
At tli.tt time Alexander Howat,
dtatrloa) president. August DorchJT,
vlre i.i e idem Thomas Harvey, sec
retary and Hobc.rt l-'oster. auditor.!
were . onvlctetl oti the same charge
and were sentenced to Jttll
Condolence Is Sent
Coolidge by Marshall
BOSTON, Mass, June 17 A tele
gram ,,f condolence for his nomina
tion us republican candidate, for
Vice presidoncy was received by
Qovernor Coolidge from tha Incum
bent. Thomas R. .Marshall The
cooimnnleation reads: "A'-cepf my
Stepeal sympathy " Senator Ividge
Hred his heartleatt ongratulatlOIW
IN NEW LOCATION
The Tulsa open Shop (Square
Deal) Association Is now locate,!
In Its permanent quarters. Any
one in need of orirn shop work
men can have their wants sup
piled hy phoning Osage till, or
calling In person at 120 West
K X ECI'T I V K CO M M I TT I.i'.
Tl'I.SA OP1CN Sllol'
( syt'AHK PKAIi )
MMilN, June 1 --The WMtltll hag;
been convoked for June 14.
ROMS, J'ine M ptee-ler ni.tvonul ,
Iriloltttta newly fntiiteil ralilnet haa Uknn
I the oath of office
ril'MR June IK A Htltuh (enk aieant
er ten Hi- W-i.sa'le today end landed a
Icargti of oil for t.ahrlal d Annunilo. the
Inguifent trader, here.
ToKHi. Juno 1 1 To bund re, miners
tiavu hern klMf'l by n ex-I'Slon of fit
(limp In the T.iberl OOftl nones at Hap
I'orx. on the 11 ana of Yeao. eccoi ,..m
tu dispatches rr- el vert here today.
OMAHA. Neh, June II- Fluirlea of
ROW mtlllflf IhO reached the inunl
iixUy Mttuti'lril the eti.img nf a heat
WAV which hart piealed fight day
The temperature 22 drgi ees.
NI.W YORK, June lft A etork divi
dend of 11 'i-i per rent wa devlered on
the (, notion eto, k of the t'rin-lhla steel
rom pajty a. a She. -tor a meetlna In Tlt'e
bundi today. It waa announced I Might,
it la ,..,b(. July .11 t etuck of ..-"rd
July Is i -
TOrKKA, Kan . June 1 . Pearl UMh-
mi liinrR't of t i' ami- imh itai mr me
I . i - hi i iram " la aiile lu ll to a for- I
tune estimated at rmui fz&v.oon to gaoo
ooo. It wna nnn.Min-ert today by Malcolm
(liav. ae -t.ny ot the state board uf ail-
mttiintt a iun
i.AHY, Inri.. June 16 iSfn ployea of the
I'll ft National hank of Gary were today
vuted rttvtd. nrta of 14 per nt on their
eatery, the amne rat art e1 khoidera on
e.tmliife of their hnldlneje. The looal beuik
te said to be the fttat tu the country to
adopt thle plan.
ri.KVKLANO. Ohio. June :. One man
wet- Killed, another we reported dead, a, I
fir en ii Mi ere had narrow ee"apee from
d"nh Mnrt thoueunda of dollara of dam
( waa done durlna a leniflc electrical
and th tneionn of alnioat ctuudbuiat pro
MAIITVILI.K. Mo, Juno II A ceiM for'
republicans i-f Mtnrourl tjnneet at Sedalta, j
Oh June If) naa pawn laeiir.i nv
W. ' Pleroa, J. r. Hull, W. V llaraa end
i H. It, Leef and li L Itmnen fOpH frill atU
; df ihta aection. Tlif call aaaetta a ne.-ti
'for republi' aiii In Mtaeourl to "cleaji thrlr
I own houee."
TOKIO. June 1ft Japan Inserted an ar
ticle in l lie Aniclo Jetieneee alliance uect
ttf 1'ilt to remove the riak of Kntland .
becoming Involved In any dUputa between .
the United States and Japan, It was de
clared today by Viscount Kico, former ,
foretell nun later. In an Intirvlew urging
renewal of the treaty.
CHICAGO. Juno I. Srnatr lllram W
Johnson of Califoytia will return to Chi
cago Friday Iron, Washington end will
depu 1 1 fur the ePaalfig INll on Hunday.
hla son, A M Johnson, aaid today. Mr. I
Johnson, who has been In Chicago since
the clone of the republican ntitlun.il con
vention, will accompany his father west
WMfOLr Kngland June II Irleh I
detegstea and the entire executive rnm- i
inlttrQ of (lie National Union uf Hallywjr .
men. in cnferrni e toduy ronsldered the :
Irish strike situation. Adjournnn-nt waa
taken until tomorrow without reaching a
WAgHINOTON, .''ie 1 Attorney
Oeneral Pattner announced today tl.et he
would fu to Han Fr4ticlico to attiSod the
Hireling June 2b of the demo, rati'" na
tional t-nmmlt.ee of which he la a mem
ber and would rem.-tlti there .tuning the
national convention. Accompanied by Mrs.
Palmar, he will leave 1 'Inl M phla en a
ee-clat t.aln rariylm the Pennsylvania
;tt.-mi'tins to atreat ' Hahe ' Porter, negro,
en a 1. 'tularin ar rsnrtnweetern raeeeti.
ger train at Emerson. Ark . about 70 miles
f here in ;t -it.-.re of murdar,
fawn Maraliat 11. I. OwtBjg of K Rial BOS
waa eliot to drain Tuesday evening. Port
er jumped front the train mid ricaped.
A poise ta searching for him.
Tl'I.f A, June 1 ft Ma si mum, t T ; mini-
mom IT southwest rvls. rlniifly; trees j
of i sin.
OKLAHOMAl Tinirsrlay end Friday
i .1 1 t . cloudy.
KANRAI Partly rlnu-lv and e. oewhet I
onhfttlptl Thuradfiy and Friday, not much
i hanife In t'Miiirt'Hiure.
LOCAL V. KSm TODAT.
: tt. altlO luncheon, m- Tulsa, l. IS
Forced to Enter Car;
1 8 Robbed and Round
fcXCSLSIOft SPRINGS, Mo., June!
16. Oeorgc M. I'nderwood. Carroll-
ton. Mo, was forced by two ...en to
enter a- motor car here lur.lght, was
taken to a spot near the Wabash!
trd'-ks half a ri t tit- from Kxcelrlor
Springs, robbed of 170 and gagged
and hound to the rai l with barbed
wire. A W.ibaoh passenger traltt
passing hu.f an hour later, cut off
his left foot .nd hand According
to I'nderwood he had been In K.tn-I
sits city today and had stopped here
on his return to Carrollton.
Ferris Refuses to Meet Gore
KVSXOQBa OklsV, June If).
Hlge proposal that t'otigrt-aaman
BCOtl l'erris meet him In Joint
debate rejected. Senator ThOmag
f'r-or (lore, In pel son appeared
upon the stage at a lerrls meeting
at lloHwell, Okla., tonight and
ask'-d the audi'-nce to follow him
Into the street where he delivered
More than two weeks ago K.-rrls
managers hilled him to speak at
ttoswell. Soper, I'ort Towns.-n-l
and Hugo. A few Uys later, it
is said. Gore was billed to speak
In tho same towns on the aame
The Kerrlg meeting at ftoswell
tonight wa held In the high
BOhool auditorium. Soverg min
utes before the novig waa cttlled
lo order, Senator (lore, with a
stenographer, appeared in one of
ih- anterooms. He then dictated
a challenge for a Joint debate with
Congressman Kerns. The stenog
rapher stepped into a room In
whicRvM r, 1'eriis was waiting, r. ad
him the senators message and
carried hack Mr. Ferris' reply.
Thus It was that the negotiations
LABOR ASKS CURB
Calls Upon Congress to
Enact Laws -Condemn
IRISH PLEA APPROVED
Recognition of Republic and
Withdrawal of English
Troops Is Asked.
..... n .nllnT . .... ......
KANSAS COURT LAW RAPPED
Declare War on Governor
Allen's Measure Plan to
Continue Steel Fight.
Ill iNTRBAIej Jurio lfi Ortran
litoiJ Inner In the convention of the
American Keileratlon uf Labor hrre
tntl.iy ('.-ill fd up'n ronurpus to rurb
prorit t U.K. t'ti'ioi ;jf 'I 1 'i . - hi' nt
S.iniiifl in tn pom nonpai tlH.i n pollt
th piograrti, approved tho Innh re
I u l k 1 1 . and rfpii Htptl wlthdr.iw.il if
arrnr-d forops from Irolntid
The- federation donlared war on the
KritiHag court of Induatila iflatlons
and anti-strlrtf eplMlation now be
foro legLsluturea In OolOftido and
Tho recent railroad atrlke was
rondenind by the federation ap a
"aorefisionisit movement" to discredit
the tecoBnlged organization in the
railway nervb o. Any union giving
moral or (inanoial aifl to tuoh walk
out was lhreattned with nvocation
ColfXl 101 WM aIo urged by h
vote 01 th ( ftivt-ntlon to enact leg
latfvtlOll for' t abanluto exel union
of Japan m and othtr Aaiailo emi-
gTaatl and "pitcure brldpg."
Tru- federation InMruc terl the
execuXivp council to call a confer
not Of all of the "intereatPd inter
national unions" and Unntadiataly
tart a new organizing ranipaln In
ihv, gju.u iiUauaUy. Jih aseisli -aH
national steel worker.- m.iti.inn
i iinuiuit. in organizing JiM),.c,uo hn . I
workers wus approved.
MONTREAL, Juno lit The
American Keileratlon Of Labor re
affirmed the stanrL for recognition
"f the Irish republic amid a kiciu
demonstration at Its convention here
today RogottttlOM adopted urged
that the "military forces of oreupa
tl.'ii in Ifland be withdrawn' and
that the Irish people he ... corded
the right of self determination."
The American federation author
tzed the continuation of its organln..
tlon campaign In the Iron and steel
The executive council was In
structed to call a eonfeit-nce of the
International unions concerned In
this work, to procure their "full ro
operation'' In the campaign.
The recent steel strike wag de
clared a "wonderful success' hy
Joseph I) Cannon of New- York,
member of the national committee
of Iron and steel workers, in an ad
dles Ho appeaieii to the federa
tion tp old the 31)0,000 org. uilied
steel worker to prepare f,,r it new
he federation condemned the
practice of clothing strikebreaker! i
MMe.eaeet tw 'ie ,-iie: r OTIiH
Jake H anion Will Meet
Senator Harding Soon
OaXAHOMA CITY, June 1 .
Jnke llarnon. republican na'lonal
committeeman of Oklahoma, ar
rived lure today from Chicago
where he attended the national party
convention He said he would re
main In the state a few .lays and
then go to Waahlngton to confer
with Senator Warn n ti. Harding,
republican presidential nominee He
Is on the advlaor commute, which
Will plan the republican campaign.
Gets His Crowd
. '-ui,.-" - .in., n ti l r . . fused to
mit t the senator In Joint debate.
It. T- LeOUdermllk, chairman of
tho meeting dee la ring that he
wished no political "wrangles" In
the high school gUdltortUm, Mr.
Ferris, however, at the suggstlon
of Mr. I.oudermllk, It was said,
agre. d to yield Senator Ooie one
half nls time This Onre refused.
Th" senator then Stepped, onto
the stage and asked the audience to
follow hint Into the str.fi where
he conducted a meeting of hie
Congicesman I-'errla, In a state
ment issued at the ciose of hla
meeting, said that at no lime had
Senator (lore, either In person or
over the telephone asked him to
meet hini In Joint debate "Senator
Gore tried to break up my meeting
but he tailed," Mr Ferris' state
ment said "He seeks some flaaco
upon whl'-h be may ride iniu offlco
but 1 refuse to furnish the stage
Cong-essman Ferris and Sena
tor Gore are seeking the demo
cratic nomination of t'-nt'-.i state
aenatotat the primaries to be
held in A ....-'.
in China; Warning
Is Given by U. S.
WA8IIINC.TIN. Jutee Is
Htroog rapfaaontatloni have baon
made to the Ohlnaaa go varn Riant
by the Afnortoan lagauon at Pa-
king as the raattll of the killing
of the itev. w a Salraort, n
AndriOgn missionary, In an attack
on the Raformod Churcb mission
at lOrCkOw by Chinese.
The legation Informed the
st. if.- department of Its action In
advices which were received late
today and which reported that
the troops eominandod by lien.
Chang Clung Yao, military gover
nor .if Mo N.-n also looted the
PMlaADBLPHIA, June 16.
Doctor Itelmert waa sent to the
RofoftnOd missionary field in
China In J 902. At the time of his
death he was serving as acting
president of llu-lllfig college at
Yo-Chow. He was 4 4 years old
and a graduate of Crsimus col
lege, lie received his theological
training at Unrtnua Theological
He Is survived by n widow and
four children. Mrs Iletmert and
three children with In Itelmert.
FIND COUNTY JAIL
REEKING IN FILTH
Mrs. Sturgeon, Health In
spector, and P. L. Long
Called "Worst Disease Breed
ing Place in State;" but
Sheriff's Kitchen Clean.
' Filth St"1 vermin everywhere."
wTeTHie mumn"iryrtn. t tt
Btorgton, state heulth Inapaotor,
after she had Inspected the county
Jail and courthouse yegterday morn
ing "I have Inspected hundred of
Jails In the laat few years'." hc
aid. "but the county Jail here Ig the
worst toll I was ever In." Mrs.
Sturgeon li here this weak inspect
ing restaurants, hospitals,
stores and other public place
Long, pity sanitary Inspector,
operating with Mr Sturgeon
The beds in the county tall are
full of filth.'' ald Mrs. Sturgeon
"The mattresses are torn and ragged
gna are breeding places for lice and
other vet mln In every torn plare
there was not lee than a handful
of lice, and behind the cot and ru-xt
to the wall UlOM were handful of
ali kinds of hugs There I not a
Ingle toilet In the whole Jail that
will properly empty itself. Thl Is
filth of the woirt kind.
"Then are several people In the
Jail noodlng medical attention," ah"
tie. land, and the inmate of the
Jail say that the county phyalclan
has not tieiMi mere toi more man
three months. "He should visit the
tall at least twice a week." accord
ing to Mrs. Sturgeon. "Kvery negto
In the Jail has the Itch and aome
other skin disease and they got the
disease while in the confines of tho
There were three boys who told
her that they had had the tooth
ache for three weeks. "They won't
let us see a doctor," the boy said.
Another young fellow had one arm
full of small shot "I have asked
for a physician several times," he
said, "hut they ret use to let Hie see
one." Another hoy, who was a solid
mugs of sores, dec fa fad that he cant':
Into the Jail with a small cut on one
arm and that they refused to lit him
have medical attention when It be
gan to spread "There are morn
than II cases of veneral disease in
the Ji.il and nothing Is being d
for them," Mr Is.ng declared.
ros'Tt mreaa na ataa etisifmii
BROUGH IS FOR OWEN
trkanaa Governor AWaogStogg He
win s.-. .mil Nomination ofkte
hOlUg senator al eriaco,
Uy The Aseertaleil J
MUSKOOBK, okla.. June 16.
Charerctt ruing Benator Kobei t i .
Oven as ",tn Idestl Christian states
man, big enough to be president,"
Gov. inor ChnrlOg H Ilrough yf Ar-l-unsas.
In an gddrigg here tonight
I t lore (he sta'e convention of the
Christian l-'ndeavor, ShnounQOd th.'tt
he win second th. nomination of
Senator Owen for the democratic
prudenthi I ogndldgoy at the con--'out
lor in San Fruiuiaro.
"And I shall conduct an active
campaign for his nomination," OoV
ci nor Trough told the convention
I'hr- governor's refeience to Hcna
tor Owen's candidacy was an llltig
trallve feature of bia ".lilies on
Swedish Minister WKJidiawa.
PAIOS, June H The Swedish
minister has left Helsltigforg, l-'in
land, according to a dispatch from
TO TURN TO COX
Edwardl Is Active but
Moist Advocates Arc
Leaning to Ohioatt.
MARSHALL STEPS OUT
Eliminate! Self SI Candidate'
for Presidency Says He
Would Not Accept.
MORE LEADERS ARRIVING
Marsh Reaches Frisco Man-:
ager for Governor Cox Due
There Last Night.
Kit CM II LICK, Ind., June 18.
Pemoci atic party leaders in con
ference hen- on oandldatM on
platform planks to he pi edited
to the national convention in Sun
Francisco prodletod today tltnt a
hot skirmish would result If Wil
liam J. Brygn nttomptgd to in
sert a ytione dry" duclaratlon In
the resolutions. As u retaliatory
move It wa suggested tha "wet"
plank might be offered tor the
eon vent lnn outside rutlott.
The conference horo win prob
ably end Friday and the leaders
will move on lo Chi. ago where
they expect to hold further gen
struts before leaving for San Kran
clco. OoV, Alfred E. Smith and
Charles K Murphy of New York
nal.l today they would bJ In Chi
cago Saturday and would prob
ably leave for tho west Sund.iv.
The New York leader. It Is un
derstood, have not reached a de
cision on a candidate to be fa
vote 1 by their support. "Governor
Smith, It la said, will receive the
complimentary vote of the New
York delegate on the first ballot.
M'v Tfltl -rnatlnnal News SJIrVteb.)
SAN PRANOISOO, June IS The
long list of democratic presidential
paealbllttie wa h by one tody
Die jirutung was at the bands of
i- , rromdent Thomas It, Marshall
and the name scratched from the
list was his own. S
"1 wouldn't arcept the nomination
If It was to be handed to inn on a
iver platter," ha declared cmphsi
icully vti"iay t" t'-re leaving ior
.Monterey, wheie he will spend acv
er'tl days resting before the eonven
"I have some. kind, genernua and
fooileb friends who have mentioned
me for Ihle." he said in disposing Ol
rumora ll.al his mime wea to go be
fore til- convention, "but I have only
on.- detlra it praaant and that Is to
gel out of politics"
The vice pi. el-lent deflated Pres
ident Wil-.m lid have a third term
If he wanted It.
Nest In ImportMM V ,hn Practic
al elimination of Vice President
Marshall from the presidential con
tenders was the active campaign
launched horo today in behalf of
Inventor Kdward I. Kdwnrda of New
John O. Devlin, representing the
National Personal Utterly league
opened hendtiuartera In behalf of
i. ,le, l.ired the league represent
el boiii republicans and dem - It
iie.lt!. d lo work In Fdwards' behalf
Indications were tonay mat n
democrats deride on a candidal.
liberal tendencies they will turn to
l ivrr.nr Cox of Ohio, rather than
to Edards. Cox succeeded In curry.
Irg Ohio and the nationwide Sub
It'-ttv he gained In the food inv.s'i
gallon nnd the coal attike are bal l
advanced by hi upporter her. ai
Indlegllns his strength a a eandl
SAN ITlA.NCiaiVl. June H.--WII
bur W Marsh of Waterloo, Iowa.
trOggUrar of the democratic national
committee, arrived bete t..d,.y ana
joined other Iradcre In completing
arrannmatnta for the party's nation
al ..invention opening
the reception of run-
Iventlon visitor, particu.ariy women
.lelegatee and wive of deli gaes.
j were laid at the meeting of the Worn
an a state domOCrnUfl cluh of Caul
fnrnln Indav It was said the organ-
Ixation, during the eonventlon would
edvlce with Its eight no mbers who
ire dt-lega'ee to in.- national hieet-
' 'ee president Marshall left to.
day for Monterey 0t.. to remain
until June Kf, before returning to
Homer cummlng. chairman of
the domOoratll nation! committee
nnnonecrl the aPfe-I'ltllient of J(t-
senh J. Slttnott. former chief door
keeper of th.- hocne of represent.
the as rhlef rtnorgeeper ior mm
Moore cimpalgti manager
for Governor Cox of Ohio, waa to
Nonpartisan League Is
Rehind La Folleite Slate
M A 01 St ) N, Wis.
June IS. The
Nonpsrttietn league t. invention au
lourned today after endorsing a ag
Follette slate, headed by Attorney
General John I Hlaine, for the. stale
nrlmari Septombet Blaine i
the personal t hon e lor governor of
Benalur lUbert M. V. Foliate.
Murder Upsets Society
(top-MRS WALT LI? LEWrSOMNi1
foLOU- VIOLA IsiPAUS.
..soph It l-ilwell. whlHt expert nf
intei ti.ttiotial rentttaiioii, and a
w-t nlthy tut fman. aa well a a f -virile
In Nrw York and Newpotl
wniety. was i victim of one of the
most ii, siei Ions trugettles that has
baffled New York police In year.
Mr. Wader is-wishon. nrotntnoni
sim i.-t y womftit. und her ilstor, vio-
la KtailHtt. tt.'lP the lut to see t,he
Senior at Dartniouth
College Is Slain - by
Robert Meads Liter Arrested
Says Ik' Shot in Own De
fense Not Supported.
RAKOVBR, N. If., Jimn K.--A
attMjrnt QUarral OVaf wlilnky i-nrly
today rrMilt-ft Ih ( he killing ot
Hsnry K. Haronoy r .Mf-iford,
m dsn, a ro ii mi itt Darunetitli r"1
li'K'. n'1 1 1- orii-Hf if Hobert T
Mcadn of i.i (.rangt, 111., a Junior.
ch.-rgfii fntta rettrdaVa
Mfitila flrd ntlvr Ihn Mhootlnff at
Maronty'a rimma in tin- Thata iSiilta
Chi frut.Tini huuaa. Whlln a
ji-ifiM of aKudanti Marched fr him,
na walk. I II ii.i.'.h to llaaMIM mm
Hon and boarded u train for Hoaton.
U waa cap tu rod "ii ilw truln by
Khrriff Murray, who took from him
an automatic ptatod and oVlalnod
rorifngflion In which M'-adr, i lalrnrrl
hi fir ii in rtf'if dofonao.
Win n n 1 1 .i :cn 'I on tha rnuri-T
churp , Mi "i'!s w;0 i-'l 'Xin.lnattbii
and wan held without ball for Srp
lainbflr Krnn Jury. Iff wan taken
to iho county jail ui Woodavtlla. Ha
anawi-ri-d thai I dofonoa won Id be
dtra5lod by hla father, A. It. M.-ada
of Chloaao, who im an at torn ay.
I'lulni Not BUppOeiOcl
Mndfl' claim that ha aotod in
Mlf-dafaaaa waa ""t iunpoitod bv
I dfttalla nlvi'n by olhrrs Karly stata-
i'ONTIM'KI) ( .N PAOal NUtl
I i. or I It ins ni I "it smith to l ac.
flltatrgfl of Profile, ring I . tilt. u
lllg (.ran. I .lull A. llon.
KOUT HVIITH Ark., June I.
Federal grand Jury here late today
returni .1 imll. im. nt against four
local wholesale grocery h"-s. e for
violation of ihe lermi of the Letfef
orf, the Indict i i. tit-, eharelng that
defendanaU sold sugar ai prteei
which brought an inn I asuiiable
profit. Theie wen four true bill r-
turned, wkUi a" aggregate of is
The Indli tm
against the ft
nt were returned
eounts. one ea-h for
transactions 1 W. J.
iiolug btialpeea as the w. J.
Grocery oropany, four
cotitits, lot font separate rale trans-
art lone llrowneaiunton Vyholeanle
OrooeiTi one oounti for one trans-
Ctlon: I Foster CO., three tounts,
for three separate transact Ion
In ..nil nans action, with hut one
agcteptlon, Die sugar was purcha'-d
by d'-find-tnt eoinp. n-les at l -cents
In the one exceptional Instance
ci nta In the one xcptlon.rl instance,
Ihe defendant paid 17 rents for the
sugar the Indictments declare, An
aggrtguie of more than 333.000
pounds of sugar was involved in the
1 1 mtit.ni turn covered by the. Indict
noted turfman alive. Mr IJlwell era
a memher of the party Including Mr.
ami Mis. I.ewlshon and Mi Ktauee.
who w is formerly the wife of Vic
tor von Hchlegell They drove the
clubman to his home a Utile after
midnight last Thuraday At l:J0 the
following morning he waa found
dead in nia room clothed In pajamas
shot through the head at his home
on Wea Sevettieenih street. The po
ll., hay.- scouted a sulcld theory
because no revolver waa found.
in.' latest riue is tn.it a woman
was connected with the murder and
t.eteetlves were sent to Lexington.
.v . tti muse arrests
With Sweltering Heat
Comen Appeals for Aid
by Poor Tulsa Mothers
Warm yesterday, wasn't It T
I'erhaps i he moat significant re
sult of tha heat wave wa not the
crowded mutton picture thealere
and soda fountains nor the many
summer straws ami organdies, but
the number of toothers who ap
plied fjir milk cheeks and Ice
nil. --is al the humane office.
Some of the luothelH would have
I it too false-proud to make
theee apepgli had not the heat
rendered the oonSlltog of their
.lust a liny portion of the sum
wbti It ihe average 'J'ul tan ex
pend! dally to keep himself or
herself i ool might help to save a
bnby'g in.- .lining the guntnior,
W on't you remember this and mall
a . lo . k to 'lite WfTrld milk and
log fund today
li t s.nt status of the fund Is aa
As previously rported: . . . .$641 It0
i i ui. hi I Oil company.... St-Sl
Altruistic cluh 6.00
Joe M.-tluilough 100
a friend 1 no
James II Friedman 1.00
Ktliel Davis 10. uf
J. ft. Howard (.(0
l-i.l, Lively l.bO
Mis I-: I, Connelly 5.00
A Krb nd 10 no
A li lend & 00
Total to date
HUNT ELWELL 'WOMAN4
PullC fl to l earn Identify of Own
er id . ill lie ills I otlll. I III Ityteilll
1 fyllOWlllS Murder
'KA YoltK, Julie ii Investi
gation of the murter of Joaeph H
Iwell spoilsman and whUl expeil.
who was iit in his heme Fiiday.
oentered tonight upon the woman
In t he rial' ''
In an effort Id learn her Idcniltj
Mis. Mil. in leiraen, housekeeper for
liwell. was taken to ihe distri.i at
tortiey a office late tonight and was
gtioauone-g eloaely. Ansistatit Itlr
tiict Attorney uo.tiing said Mra
tetfOgn (old blm nhe had rcmoveii a
negltgef, sllppt-ts and a boo. loo cap
from Blwdlfg roiiii after she found
bun with a biillei wound through ihe
head and that aha had hidden then,
In a wash tub In the cellar
According to Iitoltt.g. the hotiae
geepet said she did tl.m to proteAl
the w oman "
He salt Mrs lagfaten declared she
kn"w nothing about the women ex
Of pt that she was about II years old
After ihe exa munition, the house
keeper returned to the atlWOll home
with a detective
Mrs Largeei said tttrtgg ereea-eg-
amlnatloit that after l iwell was
taken to the hoapit.il she had flaVad
ti jt the room. It could not he learned
fi .im anv of the dlHlrlrt attortiey'a
assistants tonlghl whether Mis lar
Mn meant that the bed had been
glept in, and that he had made It
up beforg the detectives reuchetl the
The police theory 1 that If the
WOmnn who owned the negligee,
Uppers and cap paused the night 111
tie house and succeeded In leaving
'lefore the murder wa discovered,
she muv hive knowledge of th
t Ilia Harmony Cafe
Llejer . . ,
Decision Is Reachod at
Session With Ohio
TO OUTLINE POLICIES
Nominee to Reveal Stand on
Questions Held Uppermost
by Progressive Leaders.
IN SESSION WITH LODGE
Platform and Campaign Is
Considered Intends to Get
All Party Views.
By Tha Aaartrlatd ft mm.
VKASHINOTON. June 1 Plans
for bringing Senator Harding, the
republican presidential nominee Into
hater ttiouch with iiarlv leaderej
particular those of the progressive
wing, were discussed today at a
conference between tho euator and
Waller !'. Hrown of Toledo. hi
floor manager at Uie Chicago con-
The conference. It la underalood,
remitted in a decision to eend In vita
Holm to a number of urouilnunt
luogressivea aaklng them tu meet
with the republican nominee to ,,t
cuh the prenant alt nation and tha
coming campaign The Mat of thoae
to be Invited will not be made pub,
He at present.
FTlenda of Senator Harding ald
tonight that the proponed conftr
rncea would he held before the nom
inee' formal notification, which la
aomenme arter July ir,. The k.tia.
tor, 11 waa aald, hopea to utilise the
views expressed hy th party lead
ers In the preparstlon ot hla apeech
of acceptance While com of Ihe
meutlnge may be held before Mr.
Harding leave Waahlngton Monday,
the greater portion ar expected to
tsks place while he Is on hi planned
la-tl Ron vr-It Fight.
The vllt of Mr. HroWn today wa
regarded by political obaorvera aa
elgnlfirant In I til 2 he waa chairman
of the Ohio Male progressive com
mltttn, and wn active In ihe cam
paign for Theodore flooive!L He
was a delegate to the recent Chica
go conveniion and after the defeat-In
the jtate primary of Harry M.
Daugberty of Columbus, th ena-
tor' campaign manager, a a del-gale-at-large,
wa selected aa Mr.
Harding' floor manager.
"I think you will find that the
priigree.-iKog will be behind Senator
Harding." Mr. Ftrown nald after
leaving the senator. Indication ihat
,r Harding Intend to certuln the
view of all leader In the party was
contained In hi announcement tie
Say of a conference laat night at
tended by Senator Lodge, republic
an sen at,- leader, Itranlegee of Con
necticut, Fall of New Mexico and
MngOt "f i.'tah. Tills meeting at
v hieh the republican platform was
discussed I expecled to be the fore
runner nf many similar Informal
The candidate made public a ict
rcNTINliKD ON Fata rtVB.
ONE DEAD IN HOLDUP
lUthlsrr fail In Attempt to Iloh
t'hloagn Rank I'olkvman
Wimndcal In Fight.
CHICAGO. June i--In a spec
tacular pistol battle during no at
tempt to rob th Dressti Commer
ctil and Saving hank her today, 5
bandit were dilvcn off after hoot
ing and killing A. D, Rnulllard. a
tooving itetute theater proprietor
and the wounding of policeman
Frd Hrunke. whose courage In re
gist the robbers prevented ac
complishment of the robbery.
A the bandit entered the bunk
and drew their pistol, policeman
J Mrunke opened fire on them and
It. Milliard who had entered the hank
' to make a deposit, attempted to
I grapple with the robber neareat
A fusillade of shots came from
ihr- bandits, firunke and Itoulllard
going down under the volley. The
I latter ws killed Instantly.
Then the bandit ran to the street
and fled In an automobile, pureued
by motorcycle policemen who fired
tfcelff pistol over the handlebars of
I their speeding cycles Bmerggncy
'calls were sent to police stations
throughout the city and within a
few minutes 100 men mounted on
motors roiinweu me nunev ciecnvu
tin: of the robbers.
New York Life
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