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TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25,
11)20 i I
HE IS SOLVENT
Estimates Liabilities at
3 or 4 Million and
LIBERTY BONDS TAKEN
Wtenrd" Hits Turned .$.10,000
Worth Out of .$.'5,000 of
Others' Coin to Cash.
NORTON. Aug. 14. Charles Pnnr.l
today pHred 111" liabilities which lie
Incurred in we promotion "i m i
ternntlnnnt tuistnl rounon scheme nl
between 3, 000,000 nm1 $ 1,000,100
iind persisting In his claim Hint ho I"
solvent, min 11111 nis "
run to "pretty nenr four millions."
Willi n smile, hr ndmlltr-d thnt lie
lind nn stock nf International reply
coupons lilrh he hml claimed wi re
the medium liy whlrli li" wns rolling
tip Iroinendniis profits for his In
estiun nd himself.
Tho Kot-rlcli-iulrk financier wns
testifying ngnln nl tlm hearings con
ducted liy federal rceclvcis of his
drfiinrt business, ponil's young
wire appeared for Hie flirt time and
Miss I-ucy Mcll, 18 years nlil, who
wns hli office innnnger, wns n wit
ness, Ponil cnlil most of ti In nssets were
on deposit with tin- Hanover Trust
tompnny, either n hi drawing or
counts or In wifely deposits boxes.
Tills Institution linn been clonal by
tlm stalo bank commissioner on lb"
ground tlmt It" rnpltnl was Impaired
In connection with I'onal'it opern
tlnnn. Ills loans lo Individuals, lie testi
fied, amounted In between $200,000
nnil $300,000, Ho n! wild ho hud
dome liberty bonds nnd Herman
murks In surety deposit boxes.
Intiulry nliout checks for $25,000
nch received by Daniel II. Cnaklcy
nnd Oanlel V. Mclsuuc. Pond's coun
sel, culminated after several warm
exchanges between counsel nnd re
ceivers In Hie voluntnry surrender
of the checka to bo merged with Hie
oilier nsiets. Pond wild lie engaged
counsel when tils Attorney (Inllagher
Intimated lio Intended lo prosecute
him, some tlmu beforo AUKiist 12,
but It wns not until thu hearing Inst
Haturdny thnt ho had actually been
paid $50,000 from funds, which ho
had nt the Ilnnover Trust company.
Gallagher ixplnlnt'd tlmt ho took
tho check for $15,000 us n retnlncr to
defend I'nnzl, "nnd thoimht Pond
ns n tnllllonnlre,"
"How I'll ttlvn It nil back," ho con
tinued, and hnuded back tho check
nnd thnt of Mr, Mclsnac. it wns
brought out Hint roiul's liberty bond
holding nmounted to $35,000: that
they cams to him from investors In
placo of cash and he had disponed of
$ 30,000 worth nnd turned tho money
Into his accounts.
SEEK MISSING MARINE
Allen Irfiwrrnrp pilmnious Ilclnu
houiiht by KcIiiIIich In Ti'.iu
WASIUNOTON, Auk. 24. Vollco
nf n dozen cltlos In Texas and
Florida arc searohlnir ror Allen
Iwiwrenco Simmons, fit sit nintr. In tho
merchant marine service, snlllnir bo
tween I'ort Arthur, Texas nnd Jticki
sonvllle, Tin., who was last seen
May 24 Irf l'nrt Arthur.
AlthnuRh tins younir man annar
ently disappeared rrnin thn Toco nf
earch May 24. his rather, N. I..
Rlmmnns or TOR 1'ortland street,
southeast. Washington. D. O.. re
ceived a package cnntnlnlnK his son's
overcoat and addressed In writing
which npprnrea to bo Hlmmon s
wrltlnj; last June from I'ort Arthur,
Accnrdlnir tn authorities In Jack
sonville, Rlmmons was repotted to
nayo sain nerore his inst vnynite that
ho wns Bolnit to tho mnrlno hnsiiltst
In Now Orleans. As rnr ns could
ha learned nt thn hospital, Simmons
never reported there.
Rlmmons Is 26 years old, 5 feet S
Indies In height. Unlit complexlnnnd,
with ncht urnwn ha r. Ho wns un
married, a member of tho Knights
or rythlns and n member or the mer
chant mnrlno union. Ttcfnro his
dlsappenrnnce ho wns second mnte.
nnoarrt tho R. H. nulf Coast, owned
by tho Oulf nerinlng company.
Purine the world war ho served In
the United Rtntes navy. Itelntlves
or Rlmmons llvo In Washington nnd
CROPS' PROGRESS IS SLOW
Itcimrt Ismicil nt Capital Says llalns
ami J,ow TetnpernturcH to lllnmu
OKLAHOMA CITY, Aug, 24,A
report lsi.uan hero today by the fed
rial bureau of crop estimates In co
operation with tlm ftato board of
ngiiculture, declares that crops
throughout thn stain made hut lit
tle ndvniiL'o during the Inst week on
account of rains, low tcnipernturis
nnd cloudy weather Increased act-
Ulty In plowing and listing sched
tllcs for fall plans has tesulted, It
In nddlllnn to some damagn hy
weevil nn1 worms, reports hnv
rescnci tun nurenu or cotton antn
rnennso nnd shedding or lower
lea vi s. nccordlng to tho report. II.
II. Rchuti, federal statistician for
Oklahoma, expressed tho belief,
however, that Ir there are no addi
tional rains and cold weather dur
ing tho next thro5 wevks the cotton
In the stato wilt not be gi ently dam
nged. Federal Men Get Booze;
Valued at $500,000
CHICAOO, Aug. 24. Twelve men
wero arrested and whiskey valued at
1500,000 eclied by prohibition agents
under Major A. V. Dalryniple. today.
The ninn wero nrenarlne to unload
two carloads or whiskey when the
government ngents surrounded mom.
.ViimIii lllo Corn Opcralo.
NASIIVII.I.K, Tenn., Aug, 23 -Wlth
73 ears In operation during the
dnyllght hours despite the strike of
D00 union employes of the Nnshvlll
Hallway and l.Uht company, traffic
wns 70 per cent nnrinnl on nil, linos
today, according to company offi
of $100,000 in Ilonds
NHW YORK, Aiiic 21. -About
$1,000,000 of $2,500,000 worth of
seuurlllcs, stolen by dishonest
messengers from Wall street fl
nun chil houses, have been recov
ered, It iron announced today by
Null H. Myers, counsel ror cred
itors In bankruptcy proceedings
ntrnlrinl Jules W. (Nlckey) Am
stiln, "ninsler mind" or thn
IS.OOO.OOO bond then plot
Myers said about $000,000 worth
of stocks and bonds were located
In banks and trust companies,
whero they Iind In en placed ns
loan collateral The remnlnliiic
$400,000 were suricndered cnln
cldcniiiliv with mcssi inters' con
renslons, he stnted.
AFTER 32 YEARS
William Fish of Arkansas
Visits Mrs. Win. Taylor
in Kansas City.
KANHAH CITV, Mil., Aim'. 21.
Wllllnm J'lsh, SO years old, of Hardy,
Ark., was hero today vlultlriK his
daughter, Mrs. William Taylor
whom he had not seen nr heard
from for 32 years, until ho arrived to
Fallowing the death or his wllo
In l.tnwond, Kan., 32 years ago,
l'lsh left his thren chtldtcn, who
declined to accompany 1 I tit to Ar
kansas. After Hie dxnth or his sec
ond wire, whom ho married In Ar
kansas, I'lsh wroto lo tho postmar
ter nt I.lnwood to learn tho where
shouts or hl.t khlldriu. A sin Wil
liam Klsh, jr., id now llvinu In Hon
ner Mprlni(, Kan., and Mr, Tay
lor's homo Is here. Another dniiuh
ler, Matllu has n,ii hecti lo
.Icms Sifk Ix'nt'no Ki'iit.
IHIilU A.,.. 'PI... . a... M. I. , ...
n, I.ttutull ,1nlfll t IlIMM tllttntltllV Imrn
nnnntinced today It will ivago n ram-
. . . ...... . i . . . i . .
pniKII tfl in. in,, I i nil, ill inn iriiKijr
of nations for representatives or tho
Jewish pcoplo. Tho committee, rep
resenting the Jews of nearly every
country In the world, also stated that
It was prepared to launch wnrld-
tvliln mni'onietit aniontr .Tews In mm-
port or llie icnsMic.
GIRLS END LIVES
Many Captives of Zamora
Reported Suicides as
MKXICO CITV, AUK. 24--l,ritr
Ziimnru, tho bandit chief whose men
cnrrleil Off n number or nnpllves,
InrludlnK several American and
Ilrltlsh subjects, rrnni tho town or
Cunle, stnte nf Jnllnoo. on Autrust
20, Is being closely pursued by gov
rrnment tro(fis. wild (len. Klunrdo
( flarcln. chief of slnrf nl the war
depnrtment tonight, Tim itenernl
ndded tho bandit's followers were
rapidly deserting him and thnt "by
tho end or the month" not more
thnn 15 or 20 would remain or tho
Hlx Americans who were held by
Haniora haviv been released, but
there nrn aevernl more still In his
hands, and nt least two Ilrltlsh sub
jects are being held for ransom.
It Is posslhln mom ilrlMsh nnd
American captives are still In the
Tho Hsperanxa Mining' rnmp.iriy
or Oro, stntn nt Mexico, has Infor
mation that upwards or 300 women
nrn being held ns captives or the
American and Jtrltsh diplomats
rnado reprcHonlntlnns to the foreign
nfflcn today nnd wern told the gov
ernment wns bending every energy
to capture the bandits and llhernto
"Kvery official rrom the pro.
vMonnl president," ssld thn roren
office, "Is profoundly concerned
over Dm Incident."
Friends of the Ilrltlsh nnd Amer
ican rnptlves, knowing Znmora's
repulntlnn for riilhlessness, fear he
mny kill his prisoners If ho Is close,
ly pressed. They hnvo been woi'
Ing for thn past couple of days In
raising money with which to ransom
After Cnrrnnxn's death Znmora
irude some sort of promise thnt ho
would return to a peaceful life, but
on August It ho attack ed thn town
or Mutlan, looted the place and car
rlod orr a large number nf captives.
Upwards of a score or younn wnm
en who were captured during this
raid, killed themselves rnther thnn
rncn tho ilrrndrul fAtn beroro them
ns prisoners or tho bandits. It U declared
he 600CL woi'd?
MY YOUNQ slater.
HAS A OuIJa board.
AND pHE bollovos It.
AND TALK8 to Noah.
KND I think sho talks.
CO HER best fellow.
5 rVHO'8 DEAD
AND I Used to
THE LOUD, rudo laucU.
DUT I'M sorry now.
BECAUSE LAST Elsht,
I WA3 homo nlono.
00 I cot tlo board,
AND PUT In a call,
BUT THE lino jmjs busy,
FOR NOTHINO happened.
THEN I cheated a little.
AND IT spoiled
QO I nhut pS
TO HEAD off
THEN I stopped to einoka
AND AFTER a while.
I CRANKED up woejoet,
AND ALL ot a sudden,
IT STARTED off,
AND QUICK as a flashy
IT SAID tomothlnr.
Iluffah Hill Helped
Suffrage Lcadcrn in
Their Karlu Itullcs
CHICAGO, Aug. 21 Mrs. Mary
Jester Allen, who hns arrived In
Oilmen to nwlst Mrs. Manley I..
Kossep, co-director of tho national
speakers' bureau of tho republican
national committee In Chicago, Is
nleco of thn lato Colonel Wil
liam I'. Cody. (Murrain Itlll.)
"Colonel t'ody was nn ardent nil
vocato vt woman's suffrage," she
mild. "In 102 he furnished thn
money to publish tho Women's
1'ri'BS, n publication devoted en
tirely In surrrng). It was directed
by Huviti II. Anthony, and Dr.
Anna Howard Hhaw.
"In 1901 tho machinery or tho
plant wns removed rrom Duluth to
Cody, Wyo , by wngoo, and thnro
was established the Cody Knter
prise, which Is a republican news
paper. Wyoming wns the first
stato In the union to grunt women
tho complete vote."
But Candy Has Not Taken
Placo of Alcohol
With the Men.
WAHIIINOTO.V, Aug. 21. Candy
hna not taken tho placo of alcohol
for men who formerly Indulged In
beverages now under tho prohibi
tion ban, according to Waltur C.
Hughes, secretary or the National
Confectioners association. In n let
ter to tho stale department relative
to the coming session or IIm Intorm
tlonat congress against alcoholism,
Mr. Hughes today placed the con
recllnnery Industry as nrth inning
thoso benefited by prohibition. Rav
ings banks, tho soft drink Industry.
Iro cream makers and moving pl2
turo theaters. In that order,
drawn greater proportionate profits,
"Tho theory that men addicted
tn tlm uso of alcohol have become
ciindy enters slnca the advent of pro
hibition, Is based entirely upon
promises nnd Is not logical," I hi
wrote, "Mora candy Is being con
sumed becausa tho pooplo havo more,
money to spend, not alone for candy,
but for everything else."
tut doesn v oov 1C
IB0AT RATE HIKE
Shipping Board Author
izes 20 to 33 1-3 Per
WAHIIINOTO.V Aug. 24 Hteam
boat lines operating on the Atlantic
coast, (Ircnt I.ikes and Oulf of Mex
ico were nulhnrlxed tonight by the
shipping board lo Increase, freight
rotes fmm 20 per cent to 10 per
cent and passenger charges from 20
per cent to 23 1-3 jisr cent over exist
ing lovels on all water traffic.
Tuko Kfrcrt Tliiirmlny.
Tho board's decision followed n
hearing )ast week on tho application
of tho water carriers to put Into
effect rales corresponding to tho
Joint rnll and water advances re
cently authorized by tho Interstate
commerce. The new nil water rate.4
may bo mndo cfrpctlve on ono day's
notice tn tho hanr.1 and thn public,
and a number or boat lines have filed
schedules nutting them Into effect
Thursday, when Iho rail rates be
Kor rnto making purposes the
board ruled that Norfolk, Vn Is to
bo considered In the Norfolk-Atlantic
sectlo'n to and from ports In that
section, and In Iho Norfolk-New Or
leans section to and rrom ports
within thn latter section. New Or
leans In to be considered In the Nor-fclk-Nnw
Orleans section to nnd
from ports within that section, and
within thn New Orleans-Mexican
border section to nnd from ports
within tlm latter section.
As to Increase In termlnnl charges
Norfolk Is to be considered In the
Norfolk-North Atlantic section nnd
Nw Orleans In the New Orleans
Mexican border section.
In announcing Its decision tho
"After a cnrrrul consideration or
tho application", nnd supporting
ntntements, and all the facts and evi
dence of record In Iho Instant cas,
tho board concludes nnd decides that,
to tfie extent hereinafter Indicated,
the ndvances proposed to be made
have been shown to bo Just, reason
able and necessary."
lLN('tS(l, TIIK KI.IXIK or MKK
.etnana dniir sihi f trams, ir yoa
chii tvum ran nr inugm.
Munlrlans Hull, II5S South tlouldrr
"QATISFYt" fnnf'j Uioeood word. Juatllght
O up a Chesterfield nnd seo what experts can
do with fine Turkish and Domestic tobaccos
when they blend them In that can't-be-copled
Cheaterfltld way. You'll say "they satisfy."
Dancing Masters Ask
for Their Profession
NBW YOIIK, Aug. 24. Tho
American National Association of
Dancing Masters who nt tho open
ing of Itf session here, called on
tho Methodist church to Improve
nod not hamper tho dance, todny
ndded another plea for "llberoll
ration." After hearing a statement hy
Miss Edna I.. Rhaw or Wichita,
Kan., that sho had been denied
membership In the First Methodist
church or that city becausa she
was a dnnclng teacher, life asso
ciation's executive board adopted
a resolution urging "the amuse
ment profession to fight thl narrow-minded
policy which Is not
tlm one laid down hy John Wesley."
MUST GO BACK TO
LAND OF STRIFE
Letvian Secretary, Held at
Ellis Island for
NBW YOnif, Aug. 23. Tho I.ct
vlati govarnment has cancelled tho
appointment of Alfred Nngel, lega
tion secretary detained by th Im
migration authorities at Klls Ilandl,
nnd hn wll return to Itlga nt once.
This announcement was made tu
nny uy miner .11. unnniiicr. legal nil-j
vlBlor In tlhs country ror the Lctvlnn
government, who said Nagcl will'
leave as soon ns thcro lit a ship to
take him back, In order to nvold tho
"humiliation of deportation."
The Letvian ndvlsoV said that
wagers creueniinisi nail Seen cun
New styles for young men
going away to school
WE'VE made veiy extensive preparations this season to meet
the deeds of the young men going away to "Prep," High
School or College, as well as those who put on their first long
pants this fall. Stocks are now complete, now ready for you to
see, ready to put on today if you like. Prospects are for an early
fall and that means an early need of these clothes.
TYLES include the latest fall models both single and double
breasted. The new models are characterized bv their sim
plicity, their plain, lines so different from past styles. Fabrics are
rich worsteds, herringbones, flannels and English whip-cords, in
beautiful light grays, browns, blues and mixtures. Here in regu
lar, short and Jong sizes from 33 chest up to the husky football
chap. If you're going away, you ought to see and have these
clothes to take with you.
$45, $50, $55 and up
a . i iij a .i .f.
relied, whlln he wag yet on tho dilgh
scan for America.
"I Inrer from dispatches from
Washington to Now York newspa
pers," ho added, "that this cancella
tion by tin I.etvlan government of Its
emissary m papers wns In response to
n request from tho department of
state tn tho government at Hlga that
Nngel bo not sent here."
America In llntlng Finals.
ANTWIIItl', Aug, 23. America en
ters Iho boxing finals tomorrow night
with threo survivors from tho pre
liminary contests. Theso nre Kdwnrd
Kgnn, Yalo tinlverelty, light heavy
weight American expeditionary
forco champion i Ramitel Mlsberg of
the Pastime Athletic club. New York,
n lightweight, and I1'. D. Ocnero of
tho l'aullil A, C, New York, tho fly
Visitors to New York
are cordially invited io view
our exhibit of Diamonds,
Sapphires, Pearls and Emeralds '
in Artistic Platinum Settings.
e. m; gattle & co.
PLATINUMSMITIIS - JEWELERS
630 FIFTH AVENUE
Opposite St. Patrick's Cathedral
JO r-o timers
400 Car Employes Quit,
Ask $81,000 Hack Wages
DBS MOINBR, lown, Aug. 24. -Four
hundred mntormen nnd con
ductors wulked out early today un
der orders of tho executive commit
tee of their union. Union' ofricl.tls
ay tho men will not return to work
until they nro paid $8 4,000 In back
wages due them on nn Increase In
wages granted last spring.
0iK)o Socialist I'nrty.
riTTHIirnail, Tn.. Aug. 23. Tho .
socialist party of America went on i
record ns opposed to tho socialist '
party of I'nland, recording tn a stnte.
ment Issued her" today by the party's
executive committee In answer to the
nppenl of tho polish Socialist alllanco
of the t'nltcd Stales asking for sup-
porr 01 inn ronsn cause.