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VOL. XIV, NO. 302
TRUNK CASE CLUE
FOUND BY POLICE
Detroit Detectives at
Work on Mystery of
Officers Do Not Think Vic
tim Is Katherine Dan,
HANDWRITING IS STUDIED
Expressman Produces letters
Which May Lead to Iden
tity of Victim.
DETROIT. July 24. The trunk
tn which the body of an unidentified
Woman wan found In New York was
received by Detroit police this eve
Blnir. Shortly after Its arrival de
tectives hurried out on what they
said wa a new lead. It la under
Wood that the new cluo came from
the belief that the murdered wom
an might have been Katherine Dan,
JO years old, Canonshurg. Pa., girl,
was abanaoned by the police today.
She Ml aald to have come to Detroit
with Alfonso Tallfrone. an Italian,
who was later arrested for aliened
violation of the Mann act. He was I
arrested here June 10 and It was
reported that the girl had not been
seen for several duys prior to his
arrest. Police today, however, stated
that relatives of the Dan girl had
received letter from her written
after June 18. The trunk was
shipped from Detroit June 10.
TinNK C.mii MAY
BE KATI1F.TIINK DAN
WASHINGTON. Pa.. July 24
Authorities of Washington county,
Pennsylvania, announced today they
were making efforts to ascertain
whether tho body of the woman,
found In a trunk In New York yes
terday, Is that of Katherine Dan, age
10, who wetit to Detroit early In June
and has not been heard from since
Ida Dan. sister of the missing girl
and Alphonso Hallfrone, are pris
oners In Jail here and are being held
In connection with tho disappearance
of Katherine Dan. Tallfrone Is
charged with violation of the Hand
act. and complicity In the disap
pearance of the Dan girl. The sister
Is being held for further Investi
gation. In a statement today Ida Han said
he beiioved her sister was dead.
"Whether she is the girl they found
not volunteer to any." she added
in the trunk In Ne wYork, I would
Tallfrone aald he had not heard from
the missing girl for some time.
County authorities claim that de
tails of the finding of the body In
the trunk tally with facts and dates
sui'uindlng the disappearance of
KtBktrini Dan. She left homo at
Caeonsburg, Pa., early in June for
Detroit and was accompanied by Tal
lfrone, authorities said. The latter
was arrested In Detroit and brought
to this city, but efforts to find the
girl In Detroit failed. County detec
tives who Invest lira ted the Detrc.lt
end of the case said today that 103
Harper street, Detroit, the address
found In the trunk at New York,
CONTINUED on PAQI TWO.
DALLAS MAN ARRESTED
Hold for Khoodn? of BeUbof Si Bottl
at petppll) Oal OH BRU for
SafSMI Dootli nf Wife.
PKTHOIT. Julv 21 Patrick J.
Raanay, rfiiutfil to hp a wenlthv
busiiKBH man .if DallftaV Tpxhh, was
aktn into custody today following
ths Khiiotlng Of ;i bell boy which
Police say occurred In llMlioy'l
imp of thp hnn wontulH. which
hospital attendants say may prove
Arcnrrtlne to offlcprw Rpnnpv rcir-
lttprp.l at the hntcl at 4 o'clock this
mornlnir. As the hoy, (harles Wat-
kins, was mnklnir early mnmJtiiT
MIs sometime later, llenney Is said j
'o hive Invited him Into his room i
to talk wKh him. watktni oxpUlnad
'hat he was too busv but would re-'
turn, whereupon Itenney shot him
In the abdomen according- to a state- ,
H'nl made bv Watklno to the of-
Rfnnev la nt llhertv under tm.ono i
ash hall (n connection with the slid-; dian service officer; Ike Wllkeraon.
dn de.-iih of his wife at n hotel here plalnsclothcsman of the police de
lt Pehruarv A corner's! tury 1 ikc tnn nt. and tJeorue Ulaine, police
'"imd her dent whns due to poison
ing wrr.. -f-a . aa J If
- iiiirxiranic mien
Held at EIUS Island small plot of ground that had been
j recently plowed and harrowed. Tak
ina aharn nolnted sticks the offlceis
iVRW YOTtk" tulv 11 Sixtv-I
thrss Mlaji charged with being "un-1 tho "plants."
Jlealrable" arrived at the F.llls Is- i Hot h Kennedys denied any knowl
,inl Immlgrntlon Btntlon today I edge of tho liquor. They said that
under g heavy guard of federal the hired man must have hid It there.
Sfh's to he held for deportation. They ill be arralKiicl before L'nlt'd
They v?rr brought hero from Battle. BUM! Conimlsisoner C. t Yancey,
t', Chicago, Kansas City and other i Moriday on ( charge of possessloL of
""bis In the middle west 1 lntoikatlng liquor.
Kansas City's Crime Wave
. Blamed on "Little Italy"
Hundred Men Arrested in Raids on Italian Quarter;
Daring Wave of Brazen Crime Culminates in
Payroll and Warehouse Robberies; Silk Shirted
and Diamond Studded Youths to Be Rounded up
in Sweeping Campaign by Police.
KANSAS CITY, July 24. Police
raided the Italian quarter of Kansas
City late today and arrested more
than 100 men In a campaign to
stamp out a recent crime wave cul
mlnatlng today In a daring daylight
paTol holdup and , wnrehounc
robbery In which one bandit was
shot dead. All were held without
bond pending investigation.
The holdover at police head
quarters tonight were packed with
prisoners. Tho raid was continued
with orders from Scott A. Oodley,
chief of police to "clean up little
Chief Oodley has charged much
of the crime wave to "gangs of
young toughs who invest Utile It;ily
The young men, wearing diamonds
and silk shirts, ride about the city
In expensive motor cars," he de
clared. Instructions were given by the
chief to "shoot to kill when en
KENTON VIM.E. Ark.. July 24.--Tha
Park Spring lintel her? dftntrnycl by
fir thta afternunn
tiitninng . to i
mora than tlOO.OOQ. None of tht iihmii
of tha big retort wm emUngarati.
ROITTHAMPTON. July M. Berries t-
tfndlng tha departure, 900 yrin ago. of ,
the I'llgrlm Father, were re-enacted to-
ilny la s penettnt Inaugurating e four
day' celebration of the tercenmuary of .
the Bailing of tt Mayflower.
RIRSKTON. Miv, July 14. Fire early to-
day ewept the principal business street 1
of Hike ton, causing damage etlmat'-d i
at 1100.000. It wee Irnpoaslbla to fight i
the fire aa the town fire apparatus wa j
destroyed lo the blase.
KREflNO, Cal., July 24. A MUM
bandit armed with a rifle robbed four au
tomobile stngee en route lo Yttaemlt
National park about 1 o'clock today and
obtained t In money, aranMlng to a
special dispatch to the Fresno ltepublicaa.
NEW YORK, July 24 Charged with
mlaapprojJi I. line ft 0.000 from his em
ployer while viWklng for ISO a week,
Joseph rV Wait. i Brooklyn whs arrested
here today. W aid's alleged extravagant
living prompted his employer, J. Wltklri,
Inc.. truckers, to audit his books.
WASHINGTON. July 24. Krsnklln P.
lUioscvelt, rice presidential candldata, to
day forms!! presented to President Wil
son his resignation as assistant secret? y
of tha navy It Is to go Into affect on
August 4, the day on which Mr. Kooae
velt will bo formally nntlfl-M of his nomi
nation at his home at Hyde Park, N. V.
ATLANTA, r.a.. July 84. Thomas K.
WaUon, former congressman from Gsor
irla and candid at a for president years
krii on the populist trkt. has pavtd hLs
fte for enterluv the democratic primary
for Knifed fMaiea senator Heptambar I, It
was nun on need here lata today. Mn
Watson, It Is believed, will ba oppoeeU by
Vnlted Ht.ites Seas lor II oka fln.lth, who
has not fonnally announced bu wbo, his
friends assart, will ha In the race.
ST. t.OUIfl. July S..---8IX men, who it
waa saUl represent sd tbemselvea as fed
eral prohibition agenta, today entered tha
home of Wi H. It aland, a local manu
fMcinroi atid wfirr blnwlna tha safe.
esraped with caah, Jewelry and paperafii"d as precinct commltteomen mors
valued at i,i ouo mi. ireiana, according
to the police, aald tha men forced their
way Into his home on the preleit that
they had come "for that whisky."
TUI.BA, July H. Nf.almum. IMl mini
mum, 75. south wtnrla; clear.
OKLAHOMA HuiKUy .n4 Mnnday
partly cloufly to cloudy.
All KANSAS Suuday and Monday can
3 "CORN" PLANTS
Back Yard of Lombard
Addition Home Gives
Up 18 Quarts.
Rurl"d about three feet In the
round in the back . ard of one of the
finest residence? In Lombard add!
Unn, north of the Country club, a
raldlnB siuad of nfflcura laat nlitht
found thr'r- "plants" of new corn
whisky. tnt:illnn about 18 quarls.
Son who rav tholr nantM m a P.
and .lolin Ke nnedy WON In the house
et the time of Ihc raid, were arrested
and turned over to federal officer.
Charles Anderson, deputy United
States marshal: Kill Kills, I'nlted
States marshal: Tom Hubbard, In-
iiptuln. were tho officers who con
ducted thu raid.
The back fnrd Is planted in black
berry bushes and peach trees and
th., three "olanta" were found In a
nrohei! the eround until thev found
countering bandits" In t,n effort to I
rid the city of lawless elements.
"Blow these thugs out of their high
priced cars," was the chief's Instruc
tions to his officers.
The men taken In the raid will be
scrutinized by detectives in an effort
to Identify participants; In recent
holdups. All will be held until
Monday morning when th'y will be
arraigned In police court.
Four motor car bandits, today held
up a paymaster of an Investment
company on his way from a down
town bank to the country club dis
trict to pay workmen and escaped
with the payroll of IS. COO.
In another robbery In the ware
house district nine men, seven of
whom were said by the police to
be Italians, were surprised while
robbing a storehouse and In a revol
ver fight which ensued one bandit
was killed. Two negro members of
I be band were capt ured.
KINNEY GETS MEN
FIRST ON BALLOT
Local Domcoracy Slips
One Over on the Rev
olutionaries. LAST SHALL BE FIRST
Election Board PlacpR Names
Last Filed at Top of
List on Ballots.
Another hot potato wan ullpporl
in tha norkct of the Puck LflWal-
HprinKor-Kow fartlon of th local I
lemocrary Kridrty when BOM Ken-
ny. Hob Davldwon, et , filed a
eomplOtg new list of democratic pre
clnct committeemen for tho city and
I county, and from all appearancei.
mese narnen, conirary to tne law on
Much nlatter, will appear tlri on
tiv l:i!i-it at tin- primariea August
Ituh names an UM Dftnlcl, Flint
Horn, Ed Bftmo, 0. H Hubbard, Jim
i:tn, Bd CPOMlftBd, M. B ltreok
enridgo and others of tho faction
which went down to defeat at the
iMl olty tlfJOtion when they support
ed Hubbard for mayor, appear head
ing the preclact lista of candidates
for committeemen. Th OOJlortt
democracy under the personal direc
tion of Kenncy slipped one over on
the revolutionaries, and yesterday
dire threats were made by the Lewis
followers as to Junt what will happen
One of the Lewis faction, who
i ban two months aco and whose
name appears laat on the lists :ut now
made out by the county eection
board secretaries, I.ee Qulnn, said the
action of tin opposing forces wiu. an
other one of those deals which waa
to be expected but which woud be
wiped out primary day. Under the
law, according to thla democratic
candidate, the firs, candidate to file
for committeeman In each precinct
la entiiled to have hi name appear
In order of the filing. It will I i. no
on the ballot first, and others who
file are entitled to have tholr name luting a cieat devenslve movement
appear n order of filing. H will be'bui her greatlv extended line hue
jtotlccd that the names liuit fih-.i have ben itretchsd Iq tha breaking point
been placed first in saoh InsUncs 'rhere seemed ti.e no prospect, that
CONT1NUKD on AciK two. unaided, she would be ablo to stem
" ISM soviet tide.
RULES ON COUNTY SALARIES
i '-mi. i Auirnry OajMraJ Ulveo
giilon In lui'n-.wii i'ay Caaisi.
OKLAHOMA CITY, July 24.
Coun.y officials who were cleetod be-!
fore passage of the Inw in VJl'J au-
. . , ., . .. i , I
......w. uoia.o ... oai.ny in; course, ihiit the negotiations nbO'Jl
counties attaining a certain popula- to be opened will not result satis
tlon cannot draw tha salary during . factorlly.
the present term, according to a ml-
nit today hy It. L. Fulton, assistant nn m i nTn.r .
attornsyWral, COAL STR KE LOOM NG
Those elected since tho law wan, UnL WIIMMla I-VUITIIHU
passed may draw the Increased sal-1.
arv from Jan. I. 190, It was held. I. ... ..
The ruling nffe. ls a large number' ,""W,H h""' Walkout f ain.noo Mt-n
of county officials who have been
In office nearly two vears.
BROTHER SHOOTS BROTHER
John 'I vers Alleged to Have Shot
George fclvers Fussed Over Lggs-
BA V Kit, Okla., July 24.- John
Zivers. :i farmer living nine miles
south of here, is alleged to have shot
and killed his brother and neighbor,
lieorge Zivers following a gUaiTSl
which began last night. Witness
said Ihe quarrel began over a setting
of eggs. John Zivers is said to have
started for Savie, declaring he would
surrender to the sheriff, but It is be
lieved ho went Into hiding. Offlceis
are watching the Delhi brakes, where
ho Is believed to be hiding, and a
posse is being formed to surround
LEAD IN TEXAS RACE
REDS GIVE ORDER
FOR POLISH TRUCE
Russian Reds Dispatch
Instructions to Begin
GR0ND0 IS EVACUATED
Forts Abandoned by Rolnho
viki After Their Cnpture
by Invading Forces.
ALLIES SEE END OF WAR
Tidings Bring Joy to Entente
Capitals Poles Forced to
WARSAW, .Tuly 24 It is tinder
tood here Mint .he bolshevikl
acceptance of Poland's armistice
proposal Includes the laitor'i rlicht
to select 'lis place of conference.
PARIS, July 24 A wireless me
sage from Moscow tmlny, says the
H.r 'i. ngency, announces that the
Russian v vlet nrmy IS falling bark,
en the nruer of the soviet comman
der. WARS A. W, July 24. Grodno has
been evacuated by the bolshevlkl,
following capture of thp, Qroflno
forts on Hie south hnnk of the Nle
ma p. according to an official com
TXlnN, .hiJy 24 rrn umlrt
govrrnnien. of Hussla today notified
I'olaml that the noviet army enm
manri Vm bH 0rdflw4 to hfgin lm
modlntp noarotiittonH for an arinlH
tir? it In unn mi need In a dlnpatt h
Th fol lowing teir-imm war rtU
patchM by QtOrf Tchitchertn, Uua
atan lOVtet foreign m1.i!Ntr to Prlnco
staplhaj the polish foreign mlntater
at Warsaw thlfl inornlng:
"Tlw Hunlnti WOV9 KnvemrtiPiif
UU glvr-n orders to the nupretn'
?oinmain1 of the red army to com
mence lmnef.tatl5' with tht Pole
military MmmAtld noffotlntlnns for
the purpose of fonrltioing an nrmls
tire and preparing for future peace
DPtWOen the two oountrles. ITie
Ittisslan comm'tnd will advise the
I'ollsh command an to the place and
date for commencing negotiations
I itwoon tho nil Italy command of
the two sides."
Rumla'l reply tn Poland's appli
cation for armistice negotiations
biings in sight a possible solution of
one of tho m..st serious crises which
Kurope and the allied nations have'
had to face since the conclusion of
th in mist Ire with tho Herman tn
(Ireat Itritain took tip the armls
tlco negotiallons firM W an effort to
bring Hie aovlets and 1'oland to
gether, but the soviet government
mnde it clear that It u not inclined
to accept Britlsli Intervention, but
demanded a direct application frim
Poland. Meanwhile, it wu Indi
cated In thu allied capital that mili
tary nld for the I'.iles would be
forthcoming If the boUhevik cam
paign were pressed too far.
The action the allies deIreJ of
Poland, however, waa finally taken
by the natUui, which Thursday sent
an armistice application to Moscow
and effected a cabinet reoi irnrlvi
tlon bringing the socialist clem, nt
mora to the front
The reply by tha soviet government
today Is the fruit of that oppllcutlon
I'oiann nan nuiKht biave v to ho ,i
back the tremeudaua bolshevik pusri
ana tne nation as a whole was In
As fur glUng 1'oland aid. the en
tente powers, while tnridanUy decid
Ir.g to do so If forced by dlrst
Ity, were quite evidently re
luctant tO t.lWe Oll ir.Tv i,,llt..i an,l
I there si ems eVt ry reason to LiOllaVs
the reply of the Moscow aovarumani
:!', h W"com,S "
Th.o.. rj to tiitm II... .11. II r
- " e""' , ui
Is Tim-dhlo I tile-.-. Illinois
Dl-puto Is Settled.
INDIANAI'OI.IH, Ind., July 14.
Fosslbllity of a general strike of
bituminous coal miners in tha central
competitive field was revealed In a
statement given out tonight by John
L. Lewis, president of the United
Miner Workers of Ameilca, regard
ing Die strike In t tie Illlnol field.
Any ettlcment of the Illinois
stiike which would modify the basic
Interstate agreement under which
the miners of the central field are
working would result In action by
the national officers to enforoe an
Immediate shutdown of all bitumi
nous mine, Involving a strike of 210,
000 men, Mr. Lewis said.
SUNDAY, JULY 25, 1020
111 OlUt Wilms,
To Race Monday
SANDl IIOUK, N. J., July 24.
PoOBMBlOn of tile sloop Ameiioa
yaihuiig trophy itUJ bung In tha
balance tonight, the fiftli and de
ciding rain of the 120 regatta
between defender Keaolnta and
tho British challenger, 8hamrock
IV, having been nailed oft today
In the face of a 2b. mil. south
enter. i'be finai rare la to b
Today' postponement came aa
a great sui prise lo a gieat budday
crowd that bad gathered hoping
to see the two and two tie run off.
But tlin rartng skipper obviously
considered discretion tha better
part of valo, for both quickly sig
nalled "no" In response to an In
quiry from the committee boat
whether there waa objection to
it 'tli sloop had worked their
way out through the heavy aea un
der light calls They wers bob
bing about near the atari llks
chip and were heeled over by th
wind until their lee deck were
nwash when the postponement
Ignal nt them ourrylng back.
Today was the aecond post
ponement hncaiifle of heavy weath
er In the history of th contest.
The first was In 190.1 when Cham
rock III objected to racing in a
Monday race will he run over
the same course set for today a
16-mlle heat to windward and a
16-mllo run before the wind. lle
olute has shown uperlorlty In
BE KNOCKED OUT
Senator Plans to Stay as
Campaign Manager for
OPPOSITION IS STRONG
Requests for Resignation
From Ferris Leaders Are
of No Avail.
R. I Davldaon, stat (enator
from Tulsa and Washington coun
ties, refuses to be enilrely knocked
Although repudiated because of ..... ,,, ,.,.,,.,,..
' ""ble In the league of nations flgbl.
his recent pardoning sets hy tho )o- (;,. Pledge of Knpporl.
cal democrats at a mass meeting two
week, ago,, Davidson refuse lo
budge an Inch from his position a
chairman of the Kerrl campaign
committee In Tulsa county, although
. . . .
he has been invited to do so by the
Ferris leaders themselves In the In
terest of harmony.
UHIOTS l repiy . nsi ,- go- , lirugrtM,Wo rrllldca..s to
Ing to see thl fight through-) the! Iht rfpuhllrAn rJIUH, ,, ,,.,, ,.,,,
fliilh even If that finish maMta tliCj,n(, r(.(.0mmlttnl to party goVtrnment
end of democratic political power In; lt i. r Hpcclal busines to make the
thl county. He seems to be Just as ispu bib an partv expressive of Ihe
full of "scrap" as ever. best thought of the American cltlzcn-
Cpo,n behslf of an clement of the ', ship which composes It."
"abstract" democracy which has' 1
heon supporting Ferris for senator
a request was mndo of Albert C.
Hunt who locally represents the Fer
ris Interests, that he use his Influ
ence lo clean the slate of Davidson,
it was plainly Intimated that unless
thl be done tho aupport given Fer
ris hy this party element would he
very much lacking In enthusiasm
even If there would not he an actual
revolt. Hunt promised Ihe men
present nt the meeting that he would
do what he could.
The matter was discussed else-
wncro witn fern managers, one or. r,,.r.r ,,,! i,,n..,! i,a,.g (0 ri,,,kshurg
th trnnget Ferris men In this dls-1 j u,,,, ,iai today, chaig. d rlth n
Irlrt taklnir the proposition op per-1 Uf log Flora K Oil) from her homo
on J1y with Oovemnr Itobertson I by ti.llirg her that unless she arcum-
This men ountes the governor n.
saving- that he requeued Pnvldsnn tn
step down hut that the Tulsa Shalr
man refused to do so heenuse his en-
emles are trvlnr to down blm and h
Isn't going to he knocked out that
"The result of the rnntrnverv,"
snld nn "abstract" democrat vester.
rtav nfternoon. "Is that considers!.!,
over half the supporter of C 1
7Topklns in the demoera'le rltv pr.
mary election are rolng to vole for
lore while those who -ire not open
Iv snrionrllnir the blind senator
rot msVlns any loud noise for the
other fellow '
New York Life
Farmer & Duran
203 rniauw llldg. HMMM 161
Declares for Liberal Am
nesty for Political
SILENT ON DEBS' CASE
Declines to Fxprv'ss Opinion
Without Review of All
Cases in Quest ion.
JOHNSON PLEDGE PLEASES
Republican Nominee Hinted
at Support of California!) ;
MARION. Ohio, July ti. Al
though declaring for "generou
amnesty for political prisoners,"
Senator Harding declined today to
express an opinion rearnrdlng the
case of Rugene V. Debs, aoclallst
nominee for president, who In the
Atlanta penitentiary followliiK con
viction, of attempting to ul.aiiu.t Hi
1 1 . V . , 1 1 k - la.
w oih.iim.-o llie iiiniuiin 111 a icpy
trt 1. P, t'lirlstensen, presidential
ejindtdate of the fn i iner-labor parly,
who telegi mi phed l.oth M"ioiior Hard
ing and (lovernor COS usklm; lliat
they use their Influence to secure
eieeutlve clemency for Deb.
"I have your telegram relating to
the release from prison of Kugene V.
Iiebs," Senator Harding wired. "I
believe as heartily as you do In free
dom of thought nnd speech and press
within th Umltatlons which guaran
tee our liberties and I call well be
lieve we differ little about the abuses
of thai freedom when the repubUc
Is In peril.
"I believe In generous amnesty
for political prisoners, but this broad
policy does not justify a hasty dis
position of any case before It Is con
sidered on Its merits. It Is noi fur
me now to review a particular case
and It Is Impossible to utter an opin
ion without such' review."
The reply to Mi. Chrlatcnsen was'
made In a genearal clean-up of -cumulatod
correspondence. A large
part of the senator' task wm ac
knowledgment of the many message
rongrntulnttng him on his acceptance
speech. He declared himself well
pleased by the response given his
speech, making particular mention
of the statement by Senator John
son, a former leader of the pro
gressive party and a prominent fig
ure among the senate Irreeonclla-
Among the cnllets lodiiy was for-
or .en.-iior iJ.niy.Mie p., n
Usher of Hie lies Moines I'spllal
wlul lKmifl a iMlarlnf If
the republican party nould not elect
rdlng "It could not elect anyone."
"Of course. It Is good." sld Hena-
,rn ,.,.. , n ,i(,,r.,, f r,,.
laior Johnson' cordial arproval
There never was liny doubt In my
own mind about tin; ultimate com
STEALS MAN'S WIFE
Wenn-r of Distinguished Service
Cross, Infiitiiatcii hy i ornu-r
Isitcr, ronasn IJopnnuiU
KIIAMIMOHAM, Mass., July 24
Thontaa lirake. weurer of a dls-Ungulsh'-d
ervlce cross for heroism
In the world war, wn taken Into
custody today by a West Virginia of
p. mini him h WOUld kill her bus- he plan little personal work In Ohio.
Mod, W V. M. f, (illl of Cl.n kaburg. j Governor Cox went "Iwck to the
Acronllng to tha rVamlngharn PO.JmU" for a few hour today, looking,
H'e who held hltn pending the arrival over livestock and other Interests oh
Of Mr Ol I hih! the We.t V irginia of-
fleer, Drake was a former suiloi Oflgpand quietly, attending church and
the young woman una he returned r(.ating at home.
aner inu war, siaiing ne nan lo
married nnd was utiu'de to conquer
his filial nation. The police May that
after unsuccessful attempts to In
duce her to elope with him, Drake
went to her house as vara! days ago,
In the absence of her husband and
displaying a revolver, compelled her
t,. net. ,i uriri idol ..i. I .... .
north. From Washington Ihe young
wotitHii man 4VC'l (ti Nt-tiil ii tf.t-t-; r .tin
at'cretly to her huftbaiul ainl whvn
tha traJn reai-hel 1'r.inilnKtUiin
Ui ukt: wmh r.ip( ijr '. by tho IpuJlc
Chicago's Manor Sued
for County Tax Hills
CHICAGO, July 24. -Cook county
today filed suit agnint William
II. ib Thompson mayor of Chicago,
to cil.ct 1246, 0S6 In unpaid per
sonal taxes for the yeiis 1015 and
191t). Kf forts to collect the amount
with court action have failed, ac
cording to Assistant State Atiorn y
M. li. Btvriett, who brough the suit.
6':' "? RMs
BVDrORD, N. Y., July 4.
tntnnlai of lb reformatory for
women eiignijed In a race riot to
l iv, which slarted In the laundry
and quickly spread lo till cottage
at the institution
Hoi fUmUroni Utad by the negro
girl during tho night In the
Isundry forced their opponent to
II'".; bill the 'battle Has lenewill
on the lnwn when scores of while
Inmates Joined the fray. Th
laundry waa wrecked.
About 160 girls took part. The
MftMp, wern oiiiniimbet .d flvs
to one, but they held off their
opponents with knives snd flat
irons The rilalajrhar,.. ..
quelled by stats trooper! and
Three girl escspod from the
reformatory tonlsht. A fourth,
who escaped during the riot, waa
Beveral policemen and troopars
were Injured while quelling the
disturbance. One wn hllten by a
girl. About a dosen gfls wer
cut and hruled. The ringleaders
and about 70 participants were
lOekOd In the prlon bunldlng
where they continued screaming
Miss Florence Jones, slipeiln
tendent, resigned tonight a re
sult of the trouble. Rev. Thomas
Kelly, formor chaplain, assisted
MAY SHIFT SCENE
Home at Trailsend May
Be Abandoned for
TALKS OF ITINERARY
Governor Plans Southern
Tour in October; to Do
Little Work in Ohio.
PAYTON, Ohio, July 14. A
change In the plnco for notlfioatlon
of Governor, Cox of hi nomination
ny the demucrata wa takon up to
day by the governor with local In
terests. The event msy be trans
ferred from Trsllend, his home,
give miles outside of Iiaylon, to the
Montgomery county fslr ground
Hie Olty, rUClllUM for the
ds expected August 7, were the
moving factor In the pi oposed
change. The fair ground beside a
grundsland seating several thousand,
with a large race course, ha street
car ervlc, which la lacking at
The governor lso doubts whether
the natural amphitheater at Trails
end, where he planned to deliver hi
address, would enable all visitors to
Th not If Icatlon ceremonies are In
the hands of the demoeratlc national
committee, but a local arrangement
Commit t4s) Is to set and, after fur
ther conferences with Uovernor Cox,
definite announceiiient 1 expected
aily next week.
Uovarnor Cox said he wa consid
ering his Itinerary frequently and
that It now appears probable he
would make only one western trip,
spending most of Hepleinhei In that
territory, after touring ihe central
and eastern states during August,
while Franklin D. ROtStValt la In
Ihe west. The governor siild thai
In October he probibly would de
liver some addresses In southern
state anil th remnlnder in the cen
tral and easiern territory. He aald
his farm. Tomorrow he plans
GORE HERE THURSDAY
llllad Scnutoi Will hisaik At DOsV
tciilloi Hall At H OVIim.1i
LyOM Will liur.Hliee Him.
Venator Bot wll ipsak at Con
vention hall next Tdursday night,
n In. campaign for rcoloctlon to
the I nltcd mates senate. Ho will
Spsak at Sand Killings at 6 o'clock,
atid in Tulsa at S o'clock.
aluan Interest la altached to Bens,
tor Gore's visit to this city, follow
ing an appearance here several
traakg ape Of BoOit Kerrls, also cani
patgnlng for "the seat occupied h
Oore. It Is said Senator (lore ha
iss led several Invitations to Ferris
to meet him in Joint debate on1 ihe
Issues In the campaign, but the In
vl'attons have been declined.
The speaker will be Introduce, ny
Tom Lyons, Tulsa attorney ami IS.
rent'y a delegate to the MmoOntUt
PRICE 5 CENTS.
LONE STAR VOTE
Pvt'cord Number of Ballots
Polled in Governor
OPEN SHOP IS ISSUE"
Bailey Makes Campaioi Has
Four Opponent Returns
Will Be Iaonp; Delayed.
SECOND RACE IS LIKELY
Obnervers Believe Nona Will
Get Majority Two High
est in Next Contest
DALLAS Tsxaa. Jutr 14. Out
of an Indicated vot of about
ADO, 000 In ihe Texas democratic
primary today, returns from 111
oountle. accounting for 100,117
vote put Joaoph Weldon Bailey,
former United Htatea ssnator from
Tsxaa, and Tat M. Neff of Waco
In the lead for th gubernatorial
nomination. R K. Thomaaaon,
speaker of tha Tsxaa house of re
presentatives, was third on ths
Unofficial incomplete returns and
11. F Loom y, former gtata attor
ney general was fuorth.
The figure war: Ballsy J4,
140; Neff 31,100; Thomaaaon ai
491; Looney 13,457.
While it mrs- indicated only ono
slxth of the total had been tabu
lated. It was declared by tha vari
ous campaign managers to p
representative. It waa Indicated
strongly that Bailey and Neff
would havo to participate In a
"run off" primary August II. A
majority Is necessary for tha nom
ination at today's primary.
The so-called "horns ownership"
amendment waa leading; by a vot
of 11,625 for, 7. Aiis against
In the c,rly returns tha on
to. for lieutenant governor, tha
other etale officer and oongres
men from th six contested dis
tricts were Ignored.
On ths so-called homestead
amendment only ona county re
ported as vote, 14 votes for re
suhmlsslon to the 7th legislator
and II against.
DAI.LAH, 1 cans. July 14. When
the polls cloaed at 7 o'clock tonight
It was believed that an of ths larg
est votes on record had been cast to
day ln tha democratic primary in
which Tekaa balloted on nominees
for governor, lieutenant anvemnr.
the remainder of a state ticket and
congressmen from tha entire 11
Iteport from throughout th state
Indicated an unueaully heavy vota
had be. ,, cast, and tha beat of th
four-cornered fight for th guberna
torial nomination, tha com em tor
lieutenant governor ln which flv
men were entered, and tha various
heated county contests ware glveD aa
the chief ea uses.
No tangible returns were avail
able shortly after the polls cloaed
and It was said ths length of ths
ballot would gausa slow tabulation
of the returns.
I'olltlcal observers aald they did
not believe today's contests would
produce nominee for governor and
lieutenant governor. In that event
the two men who reoelved the high
est vete In each contest would par
ticipate In a "run off primary
The gubernatorial fight has at
tracted national atentlnn through
Ihe Intensity of the campaign waged
on the "open shop" question. For
mer United Slates Henetor Joseph
Weldon Italley openly fought on an
"open shop" platform.
In Delias and some of ths other
larger cllles Itobert K. Thomason
was endorsed for the nomination
by leader of nrkanlzed labor, as waa
Pat M Neff. The other eon
testsnt for th nomination Is At
torney Ceneral H. Si Looney.
The five In the fight for lieuten
ant governor are I. W. Culp, J. O.
McNssJUS, W. A. Johnson, R. B.
Humphrey and Lynch Davidson.
No constitutional amendment waa
voted on, but the so-called home
stead amendment was placed on ths
ballot at request of Oovernor Hobby
for the voters to decide whether It
should he rosumbltted to the thrlrty
Many womn participated actively
at today's primary, according to the
reports, acting as Judges of sections
at some of the voting places. Only
about one-third of the possible
women voters had paid poll taxes,
however, and were eligible to vote.
Petition for Pardon
Board Filed by Russell
OKLAHOMA CITY, Julv 14.
Campb. il Husk-11, corpoiation com
missioner, lute today filed with the
secretary of state his Initiative peti
tion for the creation of a board of
pardons and paroles. Hussell as
serted l2,iioo slgnstures wers at
tached to the petition and said ad
ditional signatures will be filed later
to increase th total, If possible. Vote
ml the proposed amendment will be
sought at thu general election tn