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VOL. XV. NO. 53.
TULSA, OKLAHOMA, SUNDAY, NOV. 21, 1020.
I- H r IV I'M.H-.
IS II I I II' ll'1'
PRICK 6 CENTS.
NO TRACE FOUND
OF GEORGE WILLS
Sla j or of Enforcement Of
ficer Avoids Net
Spread by Law.
MEXICO BOUND, BELIEF
Kirbv Frans Was Destroying
:i Still When Hit by Shot
That Took His Life.
THIflD KILLED ON A RAID
j Officers Think Wills Has Fler
to Mexico or Is in Hiding
in Hills Near Perry.
fly a a nili'il PrrM Huto Wire.
(.KI.AIIU.M.V C IT y , Nov. 20.
TIp fill, ral officers wlio loft their
wa, iicrf- tit 1h morning ami wont to
IVrix Oklahoma, to search for
(Iturge Wills, alleged slayer of
Kiriiy Frans. federal prohibition en-fnn-uiient
officer, returned lato to
riglit. No clow to tho whereabouts
of Wills, who escaped after tho al
leged ntlnck at hl homo In Perry
List night, hail been found, tho of
ficer Mid- Tho belief wan ox
pressed that Wills had started for
the .Mexican border.
Ofrlccr Show ii Still.
Trans died in a hospital here
rarly today from a gunshot wound,
raid by Joe (.'. Hates, ulso an en
furtomem officer, who uccompanled
Trans to Perry on a hunt for btllls.
to havo been Inflicted by Willi). The
two officers entered thu Wills home
when Willi) was away, Mr. 'VNllH
and Wills' brother-in-law, .Dan Dex
ter, were In tho house, Hilton said,
and Dexter accompanied tho offi
cers to the basement, wheio they
found a 60-rallon Htlll complele, but
not In oLcrulon and flvo 51-gallon
jiortlon.i of mauh.
AVlillo Frans and Hates vtcrn tour
ing the still from Its concrete base,
according to Hates, ix. shot was fired
fi'nrri ttin Inn nf Vin Itnuiiniimt utftlr. i
way and Prans fell to the floor wlWil 1JT In deck chair, reading or play
a bullet ihroiiKh hIs,abdomen. VIlllg ''efj mune.i. Ho Is unablo to do
then warned that the officers'
"would not como ouf, allvo'" unlchs
they turned their guns over to Don
ler, Hates said, and ho complied
with tho demund.
Krana was taken to a drug store
and inedlral aid administered, while
Hates acconipanled by Perry gffl
errs and citizens, returned t'o Hie
fills' home to tako Wills Into cuh
tody. Wills, however,'', had fled and
the sran-b which continued until
lale afternoon was begun.
Moth Men Gone.
The federal officers located here
were headed by Martin C. ltlttlon.
chief federal prohibition officer of
this district- In their Bcarch for
"lis they iiuestioned fnrmers living
about Perry who worn unable to
throw any light on tho officers' two
theoites-that Wills had fled to
ward Hie Mexican border or was In
' hiding in tho hills near Perry. Dex
er was not located today, and It
""'NTINl-UI) ON PA OK FIFTIJIl.V
OSAGE RULE NEXT WEEK
r .!lIr T a'"' "f Interior m ;Vo
Ottf Tentm or Decision nt Ontvs
HoHiinl In n Conference.
' J' '" Tho World.
ASIIIVOTON, Nov. 20. Herro
"v f tho Interior Payno will an-iH.un.-n
tbo changes he has mado on
" 800 act-o limit In tho eastern
"Ktigf early next week.
''t1 men havo nccepted the
'Oaiig. r it, n,,, xventern Osage
am Mm ti-ibes of Oklahoma. They
isi.ii for a clarlfjcatlon of his rul
as applied to tho eastern
s..-i-, following a conference be-
'r t Sf n-,ttti rv 1.it,n u,.s...l ,.
Sin it h
"f the .Mldcontlne'nt oil and
" 1 nnipuny and Congressnian
""w.no of Oklahoma.
i t-urday it was understood that
1 Payne will nlace tbo limit of
HI I lie eastern O.vlcit ro
:a '-."N of production to ".'JOO
' ' with an adtlltloiial 20.000
'! allowed whiye the production
,n 11 v quarter section was not moro
" ' i three barrels.
11 wtver. Judge Payne was culled
' "f town after the conference and
' ' t' lissloner Sells declined to dis
til -ho ruling until Judge Payne re
IP SOMUUODY KNHW
hat ou havo tin more uso for that
-' art, tho hat box or tho revolver,
"on.ibody would buy It from ion.
'r'u may tell everybody in a single
ov if you pUt i,p mi it, the class!
lieu .olunins of Tho World. Kvery
'"ly will sen It In tho 'new, up-to-unto
catalog of wunU and offers.
'f ' ouil xvatch these coliunns every
av you'll see here described somo
mr , thut VOP wwnt. It's easy to
end i.e Tho World Want Ad
Phone Oiiage 0000 and usk
luf Want Ad department.
Charter Amendments Carry; 'KEEP ARMAMENT,
VoteAlmost Three to Onei mi mm
llll success lf till' three amend- members i.i ll... i l
mcnls tu tliu city charter at the i
election Saturday the next step tor
the. elt of Tulsa, hi ll n attempt to
1 1 1 1 1 an eventual efficient water sup
ply. In to tako the icsult of tlie elec
tion to Din governor for approval,
according to Mayor T. 1), Kvtitia.
If tho. governor approves of the
election remilt the ni-at problem
wilt lie for the city to vote bonds t,o
the oxtifnt necessary to provide for
construction of tho proposed supply
system to Spavlnitw liver 4'ho
date for tile election will not Ijo not
ponding action of tho governor.
Ity majorities of moro than thrco
to one, tip. proposition placed be;
fore the votcm of Tulsa Saturday
to amend the city charter to allow
the acquisition of laud for a water
works system or other municipal
orolects outsldo the prcHent limit of
flo miles, was carried In all pre-1
clnets except one; the proposltion.il, It and SB were against from r
specifying the method of election of I 70 votes.
HARDING ESCAPES POLICE TAKE TWO
NAUSEA OF OCEAN i HI" JACK SUSPECTS
Is Only Member of Origi-j Officers Think They Have
nal Party Not Indis- , Man That Shot at Pete
posed on Voyage. v'' Martin Thursday.
READS, PLAYS GAMES I
Able to Do Official Work(I(lenUficaUoii
2cause Assistants Give . May-Have Two
Way to Seasickness. ' . . '
By DAVID M CHUUCH
I, N. H. Staff Correspondent
AIIOAHD H. H. PAHJ.SMINA. via
wireless, Nov. SO. Tho steamship,
ParUnilna, with president-elect
Hiirdlng on board, entered pin 'Car
rlbean sen todny'nnd there nro oros
pocta that stormy weather will be
encoilnterdo before tho Panama cu-
nnl Is reached, l'resldent-elect Hard
lng Is snendltic most of his tlmo rest-
official work borauso most of
his offlco force nil landlubber
from .Marlon, Ohio worn taken sea.
Ilctlcent on Polities
The president-elect refuses to dis
cuss political Issues, but It Is under
stood he niny go tp southern, re
nort after Christmas and hold, a se
ries of conferences upon the league
of nations. It Is possible DiiitfHona
tor Ollbert M. Hitchcock may be in
vited to submit tho views nT Presi
dent WIImui, If Mr. Wilson desires
Among those mentioned as con.
ferees with tho prfsldent-elect ar.3
Kllhu Koot, James H, Heck, Hamilton
Holt and Herbert Hoover.
- Kxplores Whole. Ship
Mr. Hnrdlng desires to avoid
speech-making on his tour of tho
canal ozno. but ho may he persuaded
to deliver an address to tho people of
Panama and tho American force
employed upon tho canal zone. Tho
presldent-olect has now visited all
parts of tho ship, from tho bridge
to the holler rooms. Ho was offered
n chance at the wheol, steering tho
ship, but refused to tako that re
sponsibility. He promised, however,
to substitute for tho ship's printer.
Mrs. Hardlngv who was suffering
from a slight -uttack of Indigestion
when tho Pailsmlua left New Or.
leans, Is much Improved. Hho has
spent rpost cf her time. In her state
TEXAS CRUDE 67 MILLIONS
Producers I'ajtl Over Million In Tu.
at Oiy-half Per rent Hate.
APSTIN, Nov. i0. Orude oil pro
tluced III Texas for the quarter end
ing September 30. 19E0. was valued
At JC7.ti-t7.3tiO, aurf on (his sum the
producing companies paid a gross
production tax of one-half per rent
,.......... (n ti 14 710 T whb h
','n0Uu.l.'"B. Vu J.7 )"
Is nearly $200,000 in exress of the
previous quarter and the largest In
the history of tho Kato for a similar
period, according to figures com
piled by the chief of tax division of
the comptroller's department.
Tho value of the production by
eight of the" leading companies np.
crating In Texas amounted to $33.-310,2.-12.81.
and thu tax paid by
these companies reached $499,
743.09. Texas Company Will Pan
Tulsa Woman but $21,000
OKLAHOMA CITV. Nov 20. It
was announced tonight that the de
fendant and plaintiff In the suit
brought hy Mrs. Thurmiiu Jones of
Tulsa, against the Texas Oil com
punv for $fi7.000 damages for the
death of her husband In tho com
pany's Tulsa refinery have reached
un amicable settlement nut of court
whereby tho company will glvo Mrs.
Jones $21,000. In district court hor
a few days ago, Mrs. Jonet) was
awarded $75,000, the full amount
N ,UI.O" filt.XAD OI'ICHA,
StaU uo, un lt at Jtnklni Muale ilor.
curiied by almost two to one. Kol-
frlTheeS'iurvr'lBelKian Says It Is Not Yet
un ine I'luirier aineiidnient giving
the lty Jurlsdli turn over all lands
owned or lonttollod by the city
whether within or without Its cor
porate limits,1 in ravor of, 938.
nguinst, 203; on iimemlinenl to al
low the city thr right to aeiiilre real
estate within oi without the cor
porate limits- In fuvor of, 919.
against, 300; on Ui amendment cre
ating the water eonimlsslnu com
posed of four elective offleTrs with
tho water commissioner of the city
as chairman : In favor of, 705.
On tho first propositions all pre
cincts In tho iiij khvc a majority
exrept pieeiii' t No. 10, which voted
101 against 3: and lot against llli.
and on tho water commission prop
osition vmeii mu io an. on (lie la t
ter aiiiendi.il ni pieclncta Nos. 9, 10
VICTIMS ARE CALLED
1.. A. Harrison and John Allman.
bolluvcd by police officials to bo the
men responsible for an unsuccess
ful plot ugaltist tho life of Pcto
Mat-tin lato Tuesday night, tho hi
jacking of Arthur Ktiierson, well
known daredevil nvj.itor and num
erous other hl-jacklngs and thefts
In Tiilsu, wero arrested about 10:.10
o'clock last night at the corner of
Hlwood and Archer by J. O. Hrlggs
and C. H. Houghton, traffic offi
cers. Moth Had (ii
Until men were carrying largo
calibre pistols and their description
tallied -with that given of the men
who idiot at Martin and hl-jackcd
Kmerso'n, according to Hie police,
Tracks found near Martin's house.
41.1 Sotttl. Cincinnati, the mornlne
after tho shooting, revealed the fact
that one of the men had been wear
ing rubber heels ami the other plain
heels. Tho men arrested last night
wore shoes tallying with the im
prints found near Mat tin's house,
tho police say.
Itcfn-c to Talk.
Uist night when questioned the
two suspects refused to talk, but
police officials bcllevo that by morn
ing they will bo able to throw moro
light on tho attempted shooting ot
John A. Oustnfson, chief of po
lice, asks Dial all who havo been
htuek up recently go to pollcp head
quarters n jnl seo If tho Identifica
tion ot tho men can ho established.
RIO GRANDE SOLD OUT i
ui"hwl. uwui I
. . I
Western PatHflo Itiillroail Pass
Million Cash for Sj.-toiu at
Denver Porcclosuro Sale.
DKNVKU. Nov. 20. DiiectOrB of
tlnl Western Pacific railroad bought
the properties of the Denver & Hlo
Orande railroad at foreclosure sale
here today. The sale price was $5,
000.000 cuh. The purchasers also
agreed to assume $1 11.1 7.1,000 obli
gations of the Hlo tjraude, 1
TJie amount for will, h the mad
was sold was the minimum amount
set by tin United Suites district
court In Us order for the sale.
Mr. Howie, a I ept esentallve of the
Western Pacific system In, the nego
tiations, antioupoed to thu Associat
ed Press a few mliiutis aiti'r the
sale had been nuide. that he bought
the property for the Western Pu
clflc railroad corporation, the hold
ing lompanv for the old Western!
He said there was no definite plan to
combine the Denver k Hlo Ortindc
and the Vi stern Pacific properties
and that the properties may bo op
erated us separate lines.
No provision was made to take
care of the stockholders of the
Denver it Hlo Orande railroad, Air.
Howie said. The stock, common and
p.efcried, (ui-.iunts to JSC 775,870.
Greeks to Vole Nov, 28
on Constantino's Return
lly The XMOclaUd I'rc. ,
ATllhNH. Nov. 2U-The tlreek
people will Vote Nov 2S cm the cjueij
tlon of the return of ex-King Con.
sinntine to the throne. The cabinet
has decided fnr a pleblsclt on this
qucsllnn on the dato named, Con
stantino has cabled to tho "govern
mont that he will await tho result uf
the plelu.-iilo before returning to
rirt Oriental ltu.
' - illtl-.y uf Hen. Is jhiumn. K'tchum
lto'tl jbly. t 30 . iu. tu ) t) it, ni--Adv,
Time to Disarm; for
MEDDLING IS OPPOSED
Canadian Says "U. S. Will
Never Enter" If Attempt
Is Made to Interfere.
GERMANY NOT INVITED IN
Robert Cecil Says H.e Will
Not Aslolltins to Partici
pate; Germans Oppose.
I.ONIIO.N, m !!0.-ll U re
IMirted III (ieticwi the Pencil
it'prrM'iitnliw In the 'eagini of
nutlnin noM-mhP'd liao tlclln-ii'il
nil ultimatum threatening the
withdrawal of I'rnutv from the
league If ('erimuiy is mlmllteil at
the proem .m'snIou, according to
an ciiiiaiige t'iegrapli iIIhmii-Ii
from Centra today,
I'riiticc, iiii Ii Die i;fhango
Telegraph iiirre-Miiuleiil, ilf
niaiid.H that (ermaii iiilmlsslnii
to the league he tlelnjcd for 'at
least lx mouths Ip ntiler to deter
mine If tieiinail) Is aiilng In
good faith. Tin" Trench seek de
lay for tho further purlMwo of as
ecrtulnlng wlist action the Pnlted
Slates Intends to tako following
the liiiilitfuratloil of Prenldcut-clii-t
Harding In Murch.
rraiice Ih reirt'il to limo
iigrciil to tho udml.ttrJoti or Austria
null Itulgnrla tu the IciiKue.
Hy NKWTON C. PAHKI3.
I. N. H. Htntt CorrenitenUont.
(HNKVA. Nov. ao. "We must
tell the peoples of tho world frankly
thut the hour ror general uinirma
mont has not yet arrived," declared
M, l.afontaln t( tho llelglan delega
tion, addressing tho league of natlun
iissembly meeting today,
, Cicorgo Nlchol Uartis, a Inember
of tho' Itrltlsh delegation urged ac
tion In onsterilKuropo.
, liC.-igue NcgliHttful Cjiiiaila.
"The council of thu1 league of na
tions has neglected the greatest
qurtxtlon In Kurope threliteneiUro
ival of war between, wo v let Hussla
"nil Poland," declared tho BngUtih
Newton Howell, reprvsentatlvo of
Canada, warned tho leaguo that It
must not meddle. In Internal affairs
of any nation.
"It Is certain that the Pniteil
Stutes will never enter If this Is at
tempted." said tho Canadian dele
gate. Ho advocated tho admission or all
countries to thu league as soon an
they Moot tho necessary require
ments. Tho Helglnn statesman advocated
tho creation of an International
army under the league of nations
with a general staff. He said that
an armed force, was ncceHsary and
pointed to tho situation in Armenia
Sixteen nations Joined in a resolti-
Hon to make Spanish an "otflcUt"
language of Die league along with
erencn aim lingus'i. iim mailer
was referred to a committee.
(JK.NKVA, Nov. 20. The great
controversy over whether I.oid Hob
e,rt . Cecil, representative of South
Africa In tho league of nations' as
sembly meeting would move the ad
mission of Oermanv into the league
wus definitely settled today by Lord
llobort Cecil himself, who declared
ho does not Intend to tuke such
Favors Conciliation. f
"I favor a policy yf conciliation
toward Ourrtmny but It is too lato
to move cietmany-s uilmlw.on at tho
present session." snld Lord Kobcrt.
"Theie is no reason that (Jermany
should receive speel.il favors over
I t iNTI.Ml'I.K i i.S 1' Mil: FIKTKIJ.V
ON WAY BACK
u' ,UVJ 1 u,x un "n 1 UVUI
illeg'il Slacr of IxIiii-vih ( lly (,tl
I'nili'r Hcmj (jimnl After Two
AllemplK at Suicide.
IIIIOKHN IMW. N'eb.. Nov 20 -Dennis
Chesiei alleged sayer of
Miss Pioicricc H.irton, Kansas City,
sot let v girl, was placed on u train
and starjid back to Hut cliy tonight
suffering from tho effects of two at
tempts nt self diHtruntlon. llotli at
tempts w.-ie made In the county lull
here lust tiliiht, one by strangulation
and the .,ther by Jumping from the
bunk "f hi" ell to thrPreiuGnt floor
of the Jail. Mo suffered n hadly
bruised head, but there apparently
was no fracture of the skull.- He
tore lie w.is token away tonight,
howevei It was necchtiary to place
him on ti stretcher. A number of
Kansas (ity dutcctivos accompanied
Hefore being placed In Jail here.
Chesti ' hud been at liberty for it
ftw "In s fo lowing his eucapc from
a rai'r-i.-id iruln while being tukin
from Montana to Kansas City lit
wa retstptureil yenterday near
On rt.i and bi ought here for safe
Labor to Fight
Morrison A vers
1 Mll.imKD MOKUIS
I i Ml tlf ( mi rr.oi,lrnt
W HlllNtlTON. Nov. 20 No
ii 'I o tion in uimes" Is organlKi'd
l.ibor'M ultli'iiatttm to I ho employ
ers, l'runk Morrison, Hvui'f Inry of
the Ameiiiiiti l-'i ilentlun of
1-alior, tiiiiiouticed today.
In line with policies detet mined
by the execullie enliliiil which has
Just adjourned, the federation wilt
(all at once on the Intel na
tonal iiiilnns affiliated wlih It to
unite In resist lug wane cuts, .Mor
i Is said.
Atitl-tinlou employers hae sit
the slaue fnr a bllli'r 'open win."
inelnberH of lite eounell stated
and labor will use all the power
and lesoliices at Its lommsnd to
fight 'hum "to a finish.-'
NASIIVIM-K. Tcnn., Vov. 20
The Nashville, Clnittauongii and
St. I.oii'Ih rulli ikiiI announced a ie.
duel Ion of twenty tier com In Its
operating force at tho tnaln shopi
here. A decreased volume of
traffic making necessary a icdiie.
t I'm in expenses wan assigned as u
TULSAN IS SUED
Mrs. Ff M. Stephens of
Springfield Tells of
RUINED HOME CHARGE
Heir to Trimble Tulsa Estate,
Dentist Offered Woman
Clothes and Money.
SPHINOIilJI.D. Mo., Nov 2". -
A sordid story of how wealth mid
fine clothes held out us u lute to a
married woman, resulting eventually
'hi a wre ked homo, was bared today
In the trlni or 1i li'u.uoo utinuigo sou
In ought hy It'red M. Stephens of
West Plains, against Dr. C. I Till),
hlo, wealthy Tulsa, Okla,. dentist for
alienation of Ills wife's affoctlomi.
The dramatic feature of the trial
to date was the testimony of Mrs,
Stephens. Sim testified on the wit
ncsi stund that Dr. Trimble offered
her flue clothes anil mining stock
until she capitulated before his ad
vances. Hbe revealed thqjr nllegud
"Hut hn never mado good his
promise." she ruplled to cross ex
It Is the third triul of the case.
The first trial icsulted in a $12,000
verdict for Stephens, hut the award
was later set asldu and a second Jury'
was1 unablo to reach a verdict.
Dr. C. r. Trimble Is one of the six
heirs to the cstnto of J. W. Trimble,
pioneer eccentric Tulsa banker and
capitalist, who died hero recently.
This property combrlses tho iist
side of South" Houlder avenue be
tween Second and Third streets ex
tending to tho alley In the center. It
Is well built up with-high claws busi
C. I. Trimble N
Tho. dentist is the youngest son.
He s f,4 years of age iiu.il lives with
his family nt Heiond and IClwood
t.t roots. He hns an office on West
Hi r mid stieet. As be moved here
fro .11 West Plains only last Novem
ber he Is not verj well known locally.
Lorton in Washinaton
I After O-Dau Auto Trip
j S(ii. Ul to Tint Wollit.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 2. Kiigene
Lorton, owner and editor of the Tul
iu World, arrived here today aft-r
a motor trip from Ti.lsa which ctm
stjpted fix ils..s runnltiK t!"?. He Is
iiecompniiled ,y .Mrs. I.oilrni and son
Hubert. Mr. Lorton it-ports snow and
cold through Indiana, Ohio, Weil
Virginia, I'cnnsvhania and a part of
.lfirltinil but h oi no .tceldnnl en
route. Ie will hii nil the winter hero
Kills Tlucc ofFalnilii
Ends Life With dun
Mol N'T VKHNON. Texas ,m .'0
Hei niiHe she r'etei ted bin loe.
Sam I.ee. about 2 4 eair old. shot
and kllTcd Miss Sella Ilankstuu and
then killed her mother. Mrs. A I.
Haokston. and her bother pink
Itiinksion. lie Hun ended his own
life Willi a shot fiotii the same
pistol. The tragedy iiccured In lhe
Macon coininunity. 10 miles south
east of here. link Himkiitoii whs
recently elected countable of thi
THE WE ATI! Eft
TV Snv 20-Mmlinum 7S
muni Ll . Itltllth wltl.ll. citr
' i iKl.AIHiM A Huqday an.l MomUy t'.itt
AIIKASHAM Hun1y unutitnl ciMr
in norlliwfit port Inn MoniUy pariL
iniiAvs i.nt ai. i; i:ms.
WreK" c t.tl't 'trskn reel I hy Krn-l
I'r nil Kli'iiin lMrst Chrt liau ih'ittli,
i ;i p, in
r- r rit3 munclj'ul tn'ntl, Convention
lu I, i j.. in.
Hoard Spent $2,000,000 of
Which There Has JJeen
RESULT OF LONG AUDIT
Treasury Comptroller Sub
mits Report Covering In
vji'sliirution of Two Years.
MANY DEALS', NO VOUCHERS
One-fourth of Money Spent Is
Not Supported by Papers;
0ral Reports Taken.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 20.- Nearly
one-half of the total disbursements
of the I'nlted Stated shipping board
emergency fleet corporation, over it
Iter kmI of n months, amounting to
i.iore than $2,000,009,000, wete un
supprted by proper vouchers, accord
ing to Ilia ii ll 1 1 It or tile corporation s
nt counts submitted to Secretary
Houston today hy tho comptroller of
the tremuity In Ills' annual report.
The uudlt was made by dliectlou
Oj congress for the period October
mis. to I'eliruary. lis, and showed
that total illjlinr.lcnienls of the fleet
i'orporatlll , were $2,732,'.' I Ii,'.! 1 3 of
which exception to the payment of
i,isi,;u'",;'i.i was taken ny lite
comptroller because of the "luck .of
supporting papets" Sub.equeit pro-
unction Tit stipportinu papers, how
ever, lhe comptroller said, lesulttd
In a credit to tho corporation of $70,
'iia.ius, leuving a balance as or eeli
run ry of J 1,1 13,700,3 1, disapproved
by the auditors,
Olllon lilies Dalii.
The rompti oiler presnnted flgtirctt
only up to Kebruary, but Martin .1,
lilllen, former special asulHtaut tu
the chairman of the shipping boatdr
Under Secrittary Payne, declared be
fore the congressional select commit
tee on shipping hoard operations in
New York last week that Up tc
March $,2,7OO.000,00o had been sub
mitted for the audit and navmunt of
$1,500,000,000 had been disapproved
becuuhe the vouchors were not sup
ported by the necessary data.
Comptroller Warwick declared
that "at least 25 per cent of n'i
vouchers received were unsupported
by documents oh other minors ex-
pl.-ilnlng or Justifying Die payment."
Appnneil Iti-siiietit Auditors.
"It would unnear." ho udded. "as
It 1 1)0 emurgeney fleet corporation
considered the approval or Dm rest.
dent or district stldi.or as sufficient
authority or Justification fur ti
voucher, especially III refcrencif to
"Imprint f inula,"
imprest funds tire nxn a tied (is
runds established by the cor no rat Inn
and set up In banks adjacent t(jtn
Plains of tno ship contractors and
expenditures were made from them
under general orders of the corpora
Kfectlvo October 1. I91H. the
comptroller continued, the coipara-
i. i iri.i,u iiti i-Aui-, rir i i5i;n
LANDIS IN FfRST DUTY
Confer? Willi Auguct llerrimiii Alxiut
Kc'iioiul or Kii-oiiln io cniiiiuoi
I xiieclH o I, He in ll,"),
CINCINNATI. Nov. 20. The fltsl
official hiisebull call of Judge K. M
i Ivindls, In his t.ipuclty an chalrmno
or the nittloiia! baseball (OiiiinlHslon
as to Cincinnati today. He con
fei red with August Herrmann, for
mer thiilrmaii of the national rom
ntiMnlon, rclatlvii to tho removal or all
baseball records that aieumtial-il
Lll.wliig .Mr. Ileirmnn s tenure or nf
fli e, to Ihiw new liendipiai lets of tin
f 1 1 in i Ihw I o n In Chlrujpi
I Judge I ..niil's celebrated his ,'lin
Iblrthday today. He ilei litied ho ex
j ported 16 live to be at least OS years
i old and that he expected to spend at
'hast 30 yea is more on Die fuiloiul
i Ttmnkitrlv mg iMni, wl.
I tli irn.lB)' Nt. Still V.IU
I Kiku i - 'tut ''ly - va
yi vi" n
Monte Carlo Mai) Close Up,
Pope X V Will Take a Hand
111 LPWAIID sTiti rr
I, s S. stuff i''irri-i aelnit
HO.MI-:, Nov. 20 Pope lleneijlct
XV is prepailiig tu ask the print"
of Monaco .to cIohh up Monte Carlo.
tlie greauhi gin ing risnri in-
world bus ever known. That the
pontiff plans this step hi a great
crusade against Immorality through-
oiiltliii whole world became known'
I Diplomatic relations have been re-
nvwod between the Vatican and the
lltllo principality of Monaco after
an Interruption uf eight years und
I M. De Konarace has arrived heie
with his crcdBiitlals tu reprieiont
the prince rn' Monaco at the Holy
van an circles regard the re
siimitimi of diplomatic1
.with the tirlsKlltialltV uf Monaco
a develoiunent ut uieat linportuncojaicat giLiiblliifa' resort will be closed ,
as to Briberies
WASH IiNH I'i IN. Nov. 20
pliilialloo ov It W. Hulling
brolher-ln law to President Wil
son, of lhe charges that he whs
Involved In a $10,000 lather, weie
llerfeetty SHtsfrlor in ("hall man
Unison, the admiral stated here
today. Ills attitude, lhe rli.ilitmin
ri( 111. Is buneil upon a tepnri of
Frank Hurke, chief of the division
of Investigation, tlilch miidu ln
qulty Into the charge at Mr. ll"dl
lint s request.
"I ssw Mr Houston Thompson,
Men president of the federal trade
commission, ami who was for
sometime, Up to the latter mrl
of III If. t illicit States usjlstutil
Attorney general.-' Din reieirt suld.
''who told me thai Mr. Hulling
mime to him about two years ago.
and leporled that an liiinhtned
communication hud reached Mr.
'I'll in u Ity. seernlary to Die presi
dent. In which lljn writer char-jed
Mint he hud accepted part or $10.
OOo which wan paid by Downey or
the Downey Shipbuilding rum
pa in , to Tin ker Hands,
"Mr. Hulling requested .Mr.
Thompson to make n very
thorough -Investigation because of I
the fact thut he was chatged with
n serious crime and If ho was
guilty, he should be puiilnlietl, It
Innocent his Innocoiicn thould be
established The letter, It seems,
was ellh 'misplaced or destioyed
so that nothing was done at the
SENATORS TO SEE
Party Going to Mexico to
Include Governors ot
Mexicans to Pay Expenses
and See Party TliroiiKli,
SAN ANTONIO, Nov 20. Mem
born of the foreign relations commit,
lee of the United Htatea senate, gov
ernors of several southwestern slates
and Deorgo Horace Lorlmer, Phil
ndelplila publisher, urn in a parl.v
who will altend the Inauguration of
(lemral Alvaro (Jbregon. president
elect or Mexico, according to In
formation recevled today at Die
local office or the International -and
Orcat Northern railroad.
Special Hall lpilpnu'lit,
P. Ii. Orr, district pasrenger ngent
or the railway, nrinouiieed Dint ho
hud been consulted In rcgurd to pre
parlng .xpoclal equipment for 111"
party which Is expected to assemble
here, hy Milan P. Torres, who claims
to ho a representative of the Mex
Arrangements aie being mado by
Mr. Orr to make up a special train
ht San Antonio which would consist
of bnggiige, dining and four or five
1 'nil inn it cars. Tho train would h'
carried direct to Mexico t-ily. It was
f REPORT MONEY STATUS
by the Mexican government. L I "
P0LES AGAIN "NEGOTIATING;'
- - Total Out Over I Million,
Open Up Dl-a'iiwslon on Peace Willi A i. t pre. him wire,
SoUcl llueslii nt (it) or Itlun. , OKLAHOMA CITY, Nov. 20 -A
LONH'iN', Nov 'io Hi peace report of the bonded lndebtednei
tiegoll.iilorn between s'vjt Husslnjof the state prepared toy prenonta
and Poland have been reopeind at , Hon to the coming legislature wan.
Itlgu. a. cording io orrii hU nd Ice . i eleased today for puhllcatlon by
from mat city inuay. i ne noceen-
lugs begun with the iimt.tl .foruiali
tlns. th"' art lift I liuslmsv f th" eon-feiniii-o
not having IicmHii i-ea. In d
when the report was (lunltfft'ilril
Ao armistice effeo.lig the lirtti
lliiilnun peace treaty fneROtiHtloltit
peace treaty f lieROtlHtlolts
between Piibind and slivlet Itussla
was nun' .1 it Itlga oiil O,i-tober 12,
The prisi-iit negotiationr are for thu
niic Iijhi oi f a iiermanent peace.
despite the fact that the principality
consistrf-tor oiuy cigni square mHeajn.roi.7int.u4. Am oi an or i .e.
, tl territory contnlnlnB the casino,
some luxuiloug hotels, u park find
I the prince's paluce.
I'opi, Uenedlct XV MiiH long hcon
anxious to do, away with ga nbllng
, at Monte Carlo, hut be conbl not tin.
, prouch the Iirlncu of Monaco direct
iv so long
lis relations between the
vutlcan and lhe principality weie
Tho pontiff InililH that the gatn
bllug at Monto Carlo la a noun e of
Immorality to both men and women
and an appalling waste of money
and human life. There is little
llkllhood however tllutlho pontiff's
Iriiitie i will men wltli iie.e no
: liinttfi liou- nrt-i or It iiiiiv be mail
' i'Jven liinung offlill'M dost t'l th'
us'vntlmit on bone la l.ild nut (hut the
TO R.W. BULLING
Investigation of Graft
Extends to Relative
IMPLICATED BY BANKER
Hornier Washington Financier
Says JJolliiiK Was to Havo
Part of $40,000 ..
NO ATTEMPT TO CLEAN UP
Investigator Says His Report
Got No Action by Hunmm
or Board's Members.
Hy PLOVD MACC
Nr.W YOHK, Nov. !I0.-J-Tlie con-
Krcsonnl Investigation Into tlw lr
I'egulailtleH of the United Stulea
phtpplng board turned Into sensa
tional liiaiuiiils today and tile name
of It. Wllmer Hulling, 'hrottmr-bl-lkw
of Pruiildettt WIIhuii, btoilKhl In as
(in alleged paitlclpuut In a $10,000
iiriue. ine money wasput up. ac
cording to tho tctitlmoii) by tho Will-.
lace-Downey Shipbuilding corpora
lion (it Htaten lui.uitl.
Three tllliers Prominent.
Tito ttaliica of threo ulher Wash-
lUHton men, Tucker K. Sands. for
mor cashier of the Colnlnertiiil Nu-
tlonnl bank, tu Wnslilngton; Lester
ouster, rnrmuriy a Hecieiury in Ilia
Hhipplng board, and John Kranur, utl
alleged agent for the slilpbtilldttu
rorpuriitlou were Introduced as liuv
IH K parllclpated in tho "spin,
Alfrid W. McCanli, u New Yorlt
newspaper reporter, tola me com
inlttce he hud oblalnrd un 'uHldu.
Ml" fiom, Sands which Hiiudti cur
lectert ntii'l iuter refused lu sign,
1. Ttll t'rtnds lu 1317 '.! acted
as a "go between'' In the payment of
a $10,000 bribe by the Wallace-Dow-ney
shipbuilding corporation, which
as n result of this payment received
'expedition" In the advancement of
$2.1108,000 from the shipping board
before It had dono any work on
2. That tills $40,000 was to In! ih
vlded umnitff Sands, It. Wllmor Pol
ling, brother-in-law of President
Wilson, Slitter and Kranor
"Nothing Clinic or ll,"
McCattn said Hint a nltotostnt eor.v
of tills "affidavit" was made at Dm
shipping board dlvi'lon of Investiga
tion on the order of .Mr. Mcolnln.
head InvcHtlgalor, but that nothing
ever cuiuc uf It,
Did you ever see aiivliodv about
Dlls7" .asked representative Kclhtv
"Yes, s.ilij MeCann. "I saw Hcori;
lary Daniels, former secretary Mc
Adoo,. Chairman llenson and Juttga
Sands himself followed MeCann on
Die witness hlatid, '
He is now manager of. a Nw
York br'jkrrnge house, lie (Identified
Die photostat copl of the ofldavlt."
"Why didn't you sign If" asked
Hail Legal Aid Ice,
"Well," replied Hands, "my attor
ney told me not to.
"Who wtis your ail.irnei'"
l il.NTINl'UI) ON IMOIJ KIPTHiIN
crans c iiirtnr, tttate auditor. Th
eport shows ItOllU odtStnildltlir lolnl
M S3C.900 with n sinking fund of
$71.1.117 70 on hand for payment
and $0Sl,fiU0 worth of bonds already
retired since the dates of Issuo.
f.. Iim .....11.... I , 1...... . aAnA
,J,,, u,", , "' ' " ''' "
iilonci. unpaid und due' on serial
dates to 1927 of $989,600, A sliilt
Ing fund of $31, 1.12. 33 Is on hand for
""mont of bonds u ihey ber m
Honda totalling $026,500 of th
public building bomlH of 1910 an l
1911 of $2,'irit,S00 have be. n w'tl-cl
nccordlng to the stHteno- -:'h'
sinking fund November IU com -n
r.s.r. i p.3 :s.
Of the $2,907,000 funding ooinN
I of 11113 Dm state li.o- p.,i I J vt no
. and 1ms on hand a slntrinlc ' t i i,f
, honds may be p .Id b
Farmer & Duran
203 l'aliuii HlilC. l'houi) 151