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OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER
THE MORNING
RELIABILITY CHARACTLK LIN l LRPRISE
FINAL
Kdition
4 o'clock A. M.
VOL, XIII. NO 225.,
TULSA. OKLAHOMA. TUKSDAY. MAY ti, l.U'i.
Hi PACKS
. PRICK T, CENTS U
" 1 ' " i.n. i ' ft?
MEET HUNS WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON
I
m a m mv mm m m mm aa. rrar m m a -w. m m
Vlctoryvfeathor
m xta, m m xt -aTaaw m xaxfiraraw- mr ar i-t arar mm . -v m my x, i - a n a - v.
LANE TO DECIDE
b iitauuwiBig Bond Majority Today
I ii t r rt- r fcrrrcUry Meets Oil
prlcpation on the Royulty
(Jurstion.
SIX-CENT VALUE IS ASKED
Rcj tjest Is Made on Which to
1:;isp Koynlty Payment of
One Cent. A
HOLD MEETING WITH SELLS
Commissioner in Conference
on Oil nud (las Amend
ment?; Continues Today.
TAer.t i.ninpten ftsrrs'i.
10,1 Ilo : lira?
U ASHIViTi 'N. May I. itsugc
P., .in. t it, Ir.-scca Consumed I hi'
n i it ilav at the inlrtio.- depart
. mee' todav in two heartnus, tile
! end cf who-It wan mil i'i tn i ! t
and wii I" ciiriiiriucd loinoir'ow
The lust hejiirii: was before Mec
rriarv of Interior I- r. n K tkn K line,
with Indian I ummissioncr Sills
tiric with the r-rtictarv, to deter
rcme iho value of .van .it wells on
which to I.' leas royalties
Tin- gaa men asked ilmt Hie value
hp set at ft wnm out of which they
iul.l pay " r".il'v of I ri-nt At
the i lorn, of hearing SoMrctary
lane took I ho matter under advise
n'ent ii n i ruunitsed un early dc
ruiiiin. The sr, end hearing w.1s really In
the naiiire of a couffremc between
e; iini! gn.s mm on tenant amend
tiipnt.i Kix - 'It I lift ml unit ga leases
Willi CiMiiinuuiliini r I'.itn K IIh ir'
J. UPiirsp WrlKht. Mipirln
'fndinl nf thp i imikp uKi'iiix, u rul
I'harlia f Itrnwn nf CiiwhiiKkit, .1"-
ni.in' in.iK" Hiiirrin:rrili'iii. k.(t
i h Mr- NHm (luring t)i I'onfpp
pni r hi. h w is not I niliplptl-rl Hll.1
i;l It omiiiniPil In tlip intunliirf.
mrh MnLix Vreuim nl.
In thp flmt liPHrlng .Spi rft.iry Ijinp
pt. ihp ilinist iiMiniinn m Jufur
i 1 Ami, whn inmln thp pr in i 1 1 1 1
-iniPtit. rnl t Hurn:tp IUiip
n. J-rnnk im-'n. who Minn npnkP.
Hp alsii UNkrrl nviTll qurdlnnn nf
I' I ihIi t of thp Kmplrp iih i
I up! i ii
Jii'Ikp Anini pxpl.iinp.l that lo
r urn .irr.int.'pnien'i h.i.l prr
tlrally Iw.pn inniplPtp.l in ( 4 . put
is Ihp prti p wild onpxixth or thrpp
fourth of 11 vnt im rnxiliy. iipphiimx
"f thp iinUHii.t; w.ir inmliiinnx Kfit l
tpr ni.-n .ikipiI t py ro.iItv of
J rpnln Hn.l it niimbor of kuh cnn
punirii iiln.i rnpt thu pru p
H dnriari-il 11 im (iMhaililp to rnn
linup ..i.wnif Hip rnviiltv. n Urn I'nni
PiiMiiii.-r hp!I Inti'i rii pipit t.i n.iv
thm Hip intPiinr ilrp.irinipni liml nn
p-ffp- m inn:tniip rnpititiv :i.i-..f,i
r'UMltli-fc .IllilKP Allil'H rnpliprl tlui- ;
hp ,), ..rtiiii'nt coiil. I nut iinike nm j
roritai Is.
"Thi.i matipr Iih.h phphpi! (hp trml-
... P., IK.', MP Ml.l "II in H MIKHtlMn
"( Kiiii a ,1.., iM,,ri .tN 1.1 kih vahii'
fi hr ii.nir.ii iM we hi. 1.1 anil ihp jn.
ifri,.r rirpartiiiPiit 1:. now JuiIkp in
thP I.'I.SC '
At uniithrr (imp .luiljtn Amp.H rp
niindril Mr. S tjit thp .0 vim is
Fionpr wan nitpinpilnit (l) appnar hi
n aitornry for thp Owaifpii whun Itiii
Miouhl ,h ihul of an impartial
Jumk-1- il' iprtiunpil to rl) Jimticc lo
Dnth ll'K,ir ,,, ,.,SPP 4
Hmilil Mkr l vnt ITU:
I rani, 1 urn ii wt.finl ihat thp
Pr.' ' nf ras KhoiiM b nn at r. rpnih
' thp .-!;. ,,), , ,.r ,,,, r,lvaV
PMiPrwi. - vn.ui.i !, mpni--il. for
tip iii.'ii..r hp rrprpurntpil to urn
Lump np. raiinn
H int. Hi- (h,r m lil ihat Hip ukla-
V'tuial ilnl not f'arn ilpprp a.
'"I aiiiortii,i!inn rornn las! yp.ir
in'ti
Will"
I'.n.l :i i.niH roali Hp
-'w am (Hill Pin rotll'lHIH haw no
eo-nlinc iillraotmn plant, hul If It
Ii'pi- invt a :i, . 0p 11 mj, pXpiC:
" Mi riasltv 011 Kniollnp
A:.,. 11; -i, ,, 1M( K11) ,,Pn yrr, .,(
Ihp I r- , .... , i.. ,, . roiinui-r
"MIM t'li ON I'UiK H K
PERSHING SAYS OKLAHOMA
TROOPS NEEDED AT BREST
W 'h:nuin Riirp.ii. .
''': hinldinf (
WASIIiTi..V Mav tlrnpral
I'liliiK tinlay rahlP.I t l'nnKrpKH
J'pn Howanl an, M, Kp.vm ,,f uk a
rn'"i 1 hut .asu.il rniiipiiniPH :'3!1 to
' on il,,.,- win, ,1,, n,otor
r"t"l'ort , ,,u , ;r,.al ThPlr
'iPOPral lp,lnnK .l,.,ln-n
' il'c .Iiiipa rs.nll l , ,nn (,,,,.
a"l iiiovp ii.-nt of f onpii unit .an
n 't t.p r.parp.1 hi Ihii tirnn I.PraiiNP
' I P, ..,!, fr (rPH to opi-i
" ' "i. i .1 in aK
V ' n oiip fr.mi Hi,. iiklhi,...ii
f np
hfii
vipn n!kifie whv ( tk h. h.n
nnn hpMnt iM'.titl'f, at thr
"r.'iu'fl hn r-toi. ii,.i
in ttrtTrtt f-ir
v-".'1 iif
iv c .
MM
i" pitpiiin r.,e rreentlr
ion" "r'""r'i ,1V "klahnnians, lhf
"' ' "i piieniM announcp
N"ah A 7rrl T,,u. ,i..... i
rl , . - " ' '
Urn n ley.
Sand
y "1"''. mlnlnit marhinc; Samuel )
,'"p.i. fiklahoniL t'lty niKnal de
'": James . Kmier, NowaU hu-
tn.l.nhi e mir lrnf
Viniih, n,,, Hank
r
' Mil ,M,i I M
lll.lfn.,,, ,
". I' oil' von 111
1,1 lip Hl An-t'B
en.rr. I.,,,;, ,
p.-p tnd i , a ,id mi 1 pp,
-"l l .v Thrv merloiikeil $t ooo
,"J"h am. en ecpjai aniouni In iJb-
11 'l I t:,y Th
nnila.
V
County Expected To Give
I THE WEATHER
I -'. Ok SUr VUiirn-im,
71 itKtMffiU'n, f 1 ; uih wmU, 'Ur.
prrri)iiMoM .'.4 imh
oKLAHuM TuHt iini V cdnn
lt ' nit J
lOllMANt '(Ufil4 iuJv, rrb
til Iu'nI thow1' in wrM ftrnift
r r.
HtK S.- S Tnnfiv . 11I .
Ksr'IK" Tu-!- ri'l Wninf
fj 'of .r! -' lot i ihonerk.
Wr.l' Tt-.s Tucviav -loud, proh
fii fir ion if In lh I'mhitidir
KANSAS ."-hit rr I edi ; rdnr
fjir.
ito( in ii h 1 hang tn 1 mj'f ri
THE COST Or COMrLAININO
"It'iil in tiia o vitniipori rmr.
To crnwl it ram im' lnn( ih nn,
Or fmctifl wn'k that hrioiill hf rionn.
I 1 f nrrr known ihf rlourti t r
tln dome (rl!r t tt' whi
rhipft.
W l.rn it too 10 plow nr
Home olhr task to dt I fiiil.
!'ti nnr knin ,iir vet
lo Irr Ihingi ;tt.t hi nnnlro'
No' nirl a man itfi por tn frl
n Mirr Jnurnrv to hil (W
I on t hoj"i gf roni an p am il,
tray
Hofrr miifh a man cnfrp'anii,
Ai spiff r a'l hate to y
When u u nil fd 0 rain, n raina
Thf eki lKt ftn ih htitt rropi
U rttt oitf ihat iri the frown.
Vhf!i (rrrtwltn' iklaru a'! projrri. kltipA,
No man ran rlimh h alMin' Hnmi.
Tinif lfnt in h'mprtn' i loat,
n' I'lifMn' nr . hanf d hm kh,
Th trmnh'pr imi h-af rnt
Ur frry diao'ilnlM 'rfb
rV hn in mlr mr wa(rn' at'lfk
I do not Hand a hoot
An' .irt tn ntr in rtirar vy Mirk,
I In work to die II fill
An ' hen 10 antrd waa.1 tier fair,
Flu I nkir frav intrad ' hUt
I rria"g rnj fj'tn rifht then a,n1 hfr
find anmfi oihr work n do
(;'op)r.gM. 1010. by Kdgar UuB-t
WIRE BRIEFS
illlKSIUMKI l Alli
Cf l ATT K.
Rj 1 li Aipap4 ruf
AKi'HAN'iKI,. S.HiiriUy. Mnv :i
Thi tmlnhivik flotilla on lh Divina
afjaln aitd'kpil thp alliPd position
npir 111'1 jmiPtlon with thp Vmk on
Krlflar. I in wprp rtripn off by Hip
kuhn of Hip mIUimI limit hattprlpft
whlrh outrutiurd the en;ioia uf thP
inriny.
7.r: h mi msi i n '
Kit. I. I ll IN Al It I AM..
I'nppnhi.KPii. Mav T. tipn Milan
S'pfanlk. t ' v'Ihi-SIox ak nuntwipr of
ai , was klili rl n"ar W ajnor. Mull
en ty, !iinilay, wtirn thp airplanp In
u'lilt'h Iip wan m-hvpIiiik ithmIipiI to
ihp croiiml, a iliMpatch frpni I'rpfH
hinn mh Two Hallon nfjflorra who
wi'tp wit'i htm nl."'i nrrn killi'd.
UII.MIN M laillll.i;
VIMT l ltxMI,, s rl,M 1.
By 1 hp AMtpiiiP-l Trr
I71t.- All.l,l . May r. Prrnlilpnl
W ilfiin htid I'r pin ipr i 'Ipinonrpau
am l,in-, liPnrKP viajtprl thp Trianon
this afiPi'tioon (11 Intpprt Ihp arrHnKi
lni'tits for. thr iprpniotiy of hamlln
ovi'r th' prJi.'p trpaty to Ihp Upr
mani Tnry puprPiiHPd thpinaplyra
natlnfiprt I'rPiioPiil Wilson, who
iraohPil V itiwiiIIpm at J:30 o'clock, ru
tin iipiI to Paris uhoul Ti o'clm k
i
IIDMItS Alti; M ll.
IN AMI IIH U
WASIIIN'iiT'i.N'. .May .". Kxpprte
of lh li.ri iii of tiiinpn unahliiR
Hie honu.., iim-iI In I lie attempted May
ilny oiitr..K' havp pinTcpdPil fur
piioiikIi v ioiuIii'p thPm that Hip
fpl.ittnr .;namltp uii'l wnof Atnpr
ican niainif.i' tnrp It in ppp' tpl that
H. e firm prnJui iiiK thi' rxplnslvp can
I, p ipnt.fi'l from Hip cIipmiIciI
fiirniuli liml thp pprpplralnra- licr
liapn liai-1,1 in ihat way.
SITIKI API It Ol' HI Nt.Mll N
( . t I UN M I :nt t M ItM I l.
Pr Tkr oflPd Prt.
tASi;i Ma, .', I'niif it mat ion of
Ihp iiiicni.dll.onal MirrcnrtT "t 'he
1 1 11 UK. 1 r 1.1 11 n'H prnniPiit has iuy n rP
1 pim'i! in .1 ilispa'.-h fr'"" ' I'TTn.
Tulsa Ambulanccrn
Leave Camp Merrill
for Arkansas Man 10
Ai'i'iirrtiiuf to tplenrani re
(ped l.mt niplit from Seritt Jamea
A I ir ill. the Tul'a amliulnn prn
will leave t"am,'i Merrill on Sat
urday. May Hi
Allow Inis three days for travel
between New York and tamp
Pike ami two d.i lor Ihem to re
1'i'lM' their dmi hai ce at the lat
ter tamp, they should arrlvp home
either I'riday. May I H or Sartii '
ilav. May 17.'
AlthmiRh atixioti.i to ret home
the men are taking advantaise of
tlielp enforied May In pee nil the
rlKhm in and around NewYo
lapt S .1. Hrailfield (iaa ire.
cn,te l with a Tiffany Sw is mads
atih hy the company eterd.iy
afternoon.
ftny. Sheldon, former tflecraph
editor of Tlie m ! I. who v:s
i,ini' Willi the :i'h ihln.in, la
HiVuti ted In tl '' liar.-aek- next to
thn one IHlOsLllllJ b til
bulancera, '
Opposition Concedes
Defeat on Road Pro
posal Here.
PREDICT HEAVY VOTE
Kledion Offirials Prcilict
Larpi' Turnout in thp
Kk'ction.
CAMPAIGN' COMES TO CLOSE
t'upportors (!o to Polls
Today Confident of
State Victory.
I'tti.in. who arc iin.pri.iin ai
to ltP pri'i Inct 111 u hi1 tl Itii v hip
1 to,fltM mi tllf I'ollil IHMIP lnll,l IM
1 a, I'lirtlan, p miHi Hip loratmn of
ItiPlr rp-i'pii,ps in. iv 11M.1111 Hi.'
ripsiri',1 livformai ion h trip,
ptivniiii,' 1 lie Woii. I, No liiiiin -ip
Wf.rlil will ho kI.iiI to rptul. r this
M r u p.
Willi lni.it opposition pi .1'" 11 11 I !
. ronri-.llllir lrloi TlN.i inimty kiiim
lo ihn polls iIiim niornliiK to a; iv lis
' wr,n nn ihp .11,01111. linn ataip n
I roads twin, I i.su,. At .1 ImIc hmir
Mniulav irpnii.. Imiiii o,-r liin imin
! iv linlli .it I'll Ihat the voir winilil lie
hpar
'hat 1tn- illy mav p!denfp true
I tntpips' in ihp prnnrpsH nf iki:i
hiniin In n n on 1 ocorj as iinanl-
IllllljpIV Hll .M I I 1 lie lIlP 1.1111,1 tSIll'
11ml thl no olnpr 11,'iiviiy lip in
j force to iliert lit I I'll tmn from the
ii'lertton, tn.la.v Ih u hnliilay In Tu'rta
hy pi oi latiiat ioi of ,M)or '. M
I Iliiblianl
The ser-tind trail extpinilon trip nf
the tiPHsnn was r.illc.l off hy I he ItP-
laN ' Meri hail's' ansneiailon that
thoRc kIkhp'I up f ir Hie tup tntffht
vote and work for Hip bnndit In view
of Hi" liplirf that hoomlna' will he
iipnilf l at home today mnio than
ps-rwihprc a
f.ocal oppowllioii in llin niaHiire In
divided In lie pfforia while 'hi 'M
porl ti.1.1 tu'is'PiPd atronir fun-en
thrni.itli rfie asils'a nee of whlrh It
pfcpprtH to rtarrv tile vvi'e hy a wide
margin 1 11 ili lipliefthal all poa
Mlile Inn Iippii donp in Tulsa rounty
tn ili'fp.it the lioiwla thp oppoNitlon,
nftpr a final thrimt .Momlav nlfcht,
rpr.ipped the rau.se to Ha fate to 10
turnii todav.
I niler ilireetlnn of the hlchu.nn
, 111111111I'
rninriiPM-t' an. I 4riiH AvrrV
and K I tr 'iithrr. nputirii!,1) nf
Iho I. ill uill t" Kin mork m 7 n ( n k
thus ttmritinu In ;i lant effo-t In Miiiit
till : p iivit whr tm inn hfii I i in n t f i r
h hnnd . A piTi'Xlm.iU'lv 1"0
iHumohiW h Hr fnl!st'i! for nori''r
tn rHt rvine tdem li and from thn
"1ls it win .tnnounifM laic Mond.iy
TWO Illt'ul-.ll'hlN'M WIT HVtl,'n'(1 t(
rm h jirorjrM I tn thn rliy find in h1
flltinti t thr work of h.iuilnur vo'oth
prop.m.inrtrt K-Ot )p il . s t t I h ii r il
t Ip.i rd'ina rl rrs fur hnnd hu p"r rrn
liax' hn n psl.thliHhfd for Iho div
Mr hf rluimhiv f f c nnimiTi (, mu
nielpal h:i,l1inj
V hllr orir.t ti i 1 1 mn whj firinif prr
fprtfij In Iht ilty, i fttitp.iiKn fnrri'n
wprp rffi'ti rlv Unrd up llknwiw
thrtiiiRhoti ' l hr rounty nnd'p t hi
i!lrffihn nf I-;. 'o Uuihrv and
JnrK SI:im;h'P t-prrctary of Mm
TitH' A iriffnoh )r mvu h. 'rty nulo
rnnhUMfi h.ivf h t'ii ptr-r i into n-'t
l'f for ' in -til I'fu .flrtf '( nut -
ni i v r v r i r , k i i r.
Where to Vole
Prc ini i No. I Colonial 10
eompany, I- Irs! and lloston.
rriM'tti-i ,o. S i'onntlon ha!!.
ItrndvO'id Moulder
I're, Th 'i No :i .--Central fire sta
tion. West Seron-I elleel
Prpfimt No. 4 .i id hieh s, hool
huiMiiiK. l''on'h ami Itrnlnn ,
1'reelln.t No. Ti - llat.lk'e ftt hixth
and M.un htreels.
I'leiim-t No H Tulsi i-oij ti r
i-ourl house. Six' Il ami Unun!' r.
Prp'-iro I No. 7 - est Side llrO
eerv ;, West I'ifih ntrppt
Pre. lint No. X IrWtlK sehnol.
I'.trlt ii nil VI .ii hell averi'HM
Pie.-ini-l Vo 'J. -tn.iap K'hon!,
I .as' 1 i i v lew
I're, In, t No tn North Side fire
station North. Main s'n rt
Pre in.,1 N o II W a'-hlmt'on
'm, I. l.,rUf"t. and Moditp
j Pieeiti'l So. p.' -Mast Side fire
I hta'ion. Tl.it. I ami M id. ami.
Pree.ni t No I ." I.lmo.n nchnm.
Kift-eo'h il'id 1'i'oim
I're, met No l lll ,r.r e Minn
-,.t,....l Tnlli n. I Itoslo'i
'. pre, Im ' No I Shu' k le'i I iru
I store Teitl' .in.l Main a'lpem
Pre, no o. I''. l:ierv.w
' sell, ,n'. rWP h ftt'd I 't l''"
I ', p,.,n, N ' 1 I ' '- ' ' 'l.nton
! si ho-.l. t Till' i
1 k'l e ! N" I s Pi imp"' I ',d v's
j sioi . n .Hi ft ml Main
I ',,o '.',, 11 Uiie M Iv
I rhuri h Third .in I Tirn'on
Pre, lie I No :'''1 Sand SoritiK"
Mtlltlon, We, i Third 'ree
i. precliu-t N" .1 Kemlllt l.eol.
R-oidjll iidditiofi
Preelm" No - '-"i'err l: Pre
.rhi.nl Tw enfe - ii a i 'I cm in" ' ' .
Pieetn- No M P-'ke' V
W,hir'oi -' !l'" I'1"' '
l-Yl'll' f l '
I're !, i N ' .' t !." ' v
fioulh WIip' . i s
i", Whiti ipi f h""i
ZS tfjl houi., Oweu pik
START ATLANTIC
FLIGHT AT DAWN
Seaplanes Will Hop nun
KiickiiNMiv liciich in New
ork 'v Today .
PROCEED TO NEWFOUNDLAND
'l'h,-t, ' ' l" Mk"
p.,..;.,.,;.,.. ti,; , m.......,.
I M lllllllli; 1111.- 41111111
n First Lap of Trip.
MAIN HOP-OFF COMESJ-ATER
Trip Aeries Atlantic Will He'
HcRiin in Middle of May
It Is Now Planned.
N I W i ,Hk. Mav A irnri of
m a v a i fi 1 1 1 t a miiii hs in the :'" anil
eat U jl's vi (Xpert 111 i;a vtf;a I tori,
tii,ne ,i ti, in,, i,r mei hani'S - uo
ii.iilv tini.Kht f ir a start oon al'pr
itavhiial, lomoirow in I Inir n' tern pt
in drue ilie,e anini hvilio.nrpl.il
of ih,, Amrrlian i.ai) .nmn Hie At.
uilHlr.
ih faioralile neattier nffn tally
pi ml nt 'd. hoaai in ihe lrijiily of Hi
home s'ation t Poikaway Poinl
l.onit Island, and alonn the roaa
tn Newi'oiindlind, ternilnui of tin
Join in ) Prsl "leu." the airmen ex
ported ', launch at least iwo a awl
possibly all f the three planet,
.n ll.'duicl to make ihe i fuiac.' ;
N. r..l lCilrisiL j
The N. i -I. whiuo1 etartioaid wlnff,
were rlesiioted todav In a fire which
also el ik Ii ' I daniaited the N.
was nearly fit for filnht agnln when
il.irknes.-i fell on a amall army of
inc. Im no s who had worked op (he
craft for niore than IK hours
The N C -4 had heen coinpietpiy
restore! I,y mil aflennoin.
There was a poaslulil dial Ihe N
C -l nnithi be delayed al th last mo
ment, hut Ihe N. t'.-l unrt, V. C-4
wera echiOuleri to tttke the air anme
time Ijptwpen dawn and 7 a. in.
TlmiiuM aartilenM by the death of
two of their aomradi s. - Knslun Miidh
I Adtiiin and Chief Ma. hlnlst'a Mate
Harold Core) in the pliinge to earth
of a naval scout' plane, the trans
oceanic i lews showed no dls niiraae
inenl over the Interference with Ihelr
plana resulting from the fire. Repair
work on the No, I was bafld for a
few iinnutcM when Iho II HI.
Adams' liah! craft, look lis fttial
I'lurixp in full Kiht of Ihe irnnpn
around ihi N. C haiifrarH, hut the
offlrers In i haree expected jo enm
tlmie operatlnoa HiroiiKh the nlKtit
w It Ii the hope -hil the da mnitirf oraf I
iiiiiW siart lih her unites for the
s,e w,errrt4la od t,asr "
Slarl Mlilillc of Iav. "
Should this pro-p ImoiisHihiP. Coan
ni.inder John II Towi'ts, said the N
C -1 would follow the other Iwix.-iafi
lo Tiepas-ev, arriving in ample' lime
for the "h! Jump' to tile Aores,
schediili'd for ahoiit th'" tnlddla of
Mm1
Commander To.wrrs and his n-o-ciaies
tilde farewell lo their fimilles
la'p In tin i!av Thev planned to rise
.it iI.iCuk'h' f"r l''e cfiltee to Halifax
;he ovei niithi h I'llmr pU e heduh d
nn Ihe wa'. to Newfoundland Nolh
iliK hut "irnposslhle" weather or an
ncident, the mm miuoU- md. would
pieveot tin "Jump of'.' addlnit that
Ihe official Toetp"rlo(tica report IpIp
phoned from Washlniflon proinl-ed
fair skies KlotiK thes entire rnaiHal
route
The ici oIops wl'l take the nlr
one afie,- alinther. lisinr I'' lum .hP
'nr!e mar lie taltw.lv P ' the ! t il ' lull
compiled for the Inlet '.'. '
MRS. POTTER PALMER'S
FORTUNE IS $925,000
CHI,' Mill May T,' Th" value
ihp personal fn'iiee of M r Pofee'
I 'aimer was t'l'.',,mf0, it :p l!l"W"
in ihe Inventory of her "'ate. f
fur- pn.hate todav ' iif ttii'" aioouo'
'.',n una ii In personal pr-'tiertv or , I
V,;-, nnn in chieaKo tct is tatp.
'Ihe esla'e of I'o'tei Calmer. p'!
ma'pd at 1 1 ri.ono onu i,, t JO rum nun
. not Involved "".is I' w hi ll f' in
trust, conMnned hv Mrs. I'alnu-
Twenrv-nine pie, Is- of pwp1'V
vilind al HI S,ft. n,p itpd anion:;
Mrs. Paltupr'S ppr-on.il effccis
f'ltv Hall for llonilnv
Hi'MIN V. V' . Max .. Mayor
J .1 Pane unnoumes tha' he wili
put hef.in the . it roanci! a plan '
pii.'d a city hall of rood and
modern i '.ii.pmcii' Ceallv i- I
Hy ailxa'.i ' hp ''Itv i ''t ill iv .
.rlnn . s, a I ' e. e-sa ry let. i.i.w-
It Is inii,'i"'l ' h.i.c e.tv hr'l wi'h
a i.i i ai.ill!.ri ii af.'l a s-ni'i of
off.
for i;ener.l
pMiiu- pin ios, s
New York Life
Insurance Co
AsHPta Altnoat a HUIIon
Farmer & Durun
M.I NTS
nA Hhlu I'Ikiim 131.
This aerial picture of Tulsa was taken Halurilav iiflernoon hy all army
flvifiu til tti s. Thn pli tuie rhows how Tillsa appoars In one 2. Mil feet In
EPISCOPALIANS HEAR
ADDRESS BY BISHOP
Ifclin of W ork of I iIiiibI
(Inirrli for Pimt ear l ixxiMn-a
of Sissinil fin v lnmrcaa.
PLAN DRIVE FOR MISSIONS
Hundreds Atloiiil lUi-riitlon lt
Miclu In lloimr of thn
l.sltlli 4 Icreylllen.
Tucnday' Program.
7 llll in - Molv eominunlnn.
1 .11) nustneas se.salou
I - Conference (,n social aerv
ce. report of anna I nervine com
mission; ir.enlatloi of parish
plan
1 p m Itecess i.inchenn
V ;in oCijnf. renre on jnlsstons :
report of cornmliisliiii of mn slons;
ihe nntliiii'W'Ide ioi'piHK'1 iimi'
everv ineniher lanvuss
.."l1 l''ltsl hitslness session
ami adjournment.
Attended hy Hlshop Thurston of
Mrrskoeee, the second dav's session
of Ihe ninth aniiiiaL , ,,ii oi H'lon of
the.. Pplscopnl rhutiTies ,,f the dio
i ese of eastern Mklahnma. prov er to
he one of the moil Impoilant i hnrch
niepiligs tha,l has ever heen .held
III Tulsa
The annual address of Ihe bishop,
In which In' reviewed thn work of
the llptai-opal church In iceneral and
Ihe lahorn pf Hie cleritv of his own
diocese In particular, thrilled Ihe
kxree audience that filled Trinity
ehuri-ri. The htshnp spoke appre
ciatlvtlv of Ihe achievements of Ihe
church In Ihe past and cave a hope
fill outlook of the future (,,, ihe
t-rowfii of the i hnrch at home and
the extension of lis efforts In "he
foreign mlsslrin field.
That Ihe llplscopal church plan
In rnridiici a nation wide movement.
- overinu a perlo,) of three years, in
which II will undertake to raise a
find of ;A mm, iinn for missions was
explained hv the Itev, Prancia S
W hile of New ,,rk. domes'le secre
tarv of Ihe pplscpal hoard (' inln
ilons The piirpnee of Ihe move
ni rit the plant, if financing and the
pan Ihe phuich and Ihe Individual
ls to lake tn Ihe lampalRii was de
tailed hv the spi-llkcf and Ills re
marks nrniiscl ni'i' li i-n' husiasoi f"r
the fans.-, one Ihat Is vry rloi.o to
all I'lpiM "pallans '
SM-aks ,in I iliii-atliMinl Work
Anotlic fea'ure of the Molidav
session w Ihe
Caul M Mliou
I ,i I v who i, pok c
id tip, s of the Itev
i .1 up. 1 1 lor n I ee. r e
nn 'he I'd ic'l loon I
vv I
f Ilo- ch j'. h S"i -telai v Ml
I ha. Msl'ed oil of He I'. , 1 SCO , a I
i'Iimi and i nllerfei In 'lie I ni'ed
Sial'S and lo- m well vcr-e. In Hie
Inline of , In, a'n.ii f-oni ihe , Imreh.
man s standpoints He pnl..' nf 'he
glial coin I 'hs institutions vveie dv
loir .ilnl Hi" P'-e. I of Hie., Ill ral
siippnrl 'hni Hipv may H" and
devrloti wrh ihe growlh and devcloii.
n,r r' or Hn- , linn h
The ll v W S Harden of San
Alitoolo. T'-vas. provlne.al see-etarv
,,f tl,,, sevpnih pplspopal province
of wh.ch "kliihoma Is a par! spoke
of the acliville, ill which thp I'll If II
is enu iK'-d in the iriowlm aotiihwrs'
cotintt) and rave n tuns' encourair
Irfr ri'poi i of the future outlook In
'Ills Jen :I'H v
The won. an's auxiliary o r' In the
iriilld room of Hip cfniuli a' 1 (1
o'clo, k in l Iip lllol ii 11 e pTi,d.'d nvi-r
hv Mrs W N S'lll prii-.den' The
o'he, i ffo-,
are M' i
M.-s Pi'..:
den'. M:-
nf il", , , L-'inlfailoo
l a J'.nmford nn I
I loon h- I v.ee pil
I ' i , 1 1 1 1 ' P I ,if ':!, ,
Ml-s llo'h I' I'.;'
i I ',. r r i, 1 1 c
M is II
.1
Looking Down on
J! 1
e
KMmate 30 I'crmm
3;'P"wJ
401,1 Mill K, Ulilo. Mat !.
Ill a (loutllllM'll l.llslOrsi Mllll NIIMrl
mi ni lMilldkTK al iiihlnlulii ioiiIkIh '1
iiiniirniioiuihly lias lrapwal many,
pcrwiiia, Millio n. Men, women
liml i lilhlreii JiiipiwhI Innn upis r
fliiora Into life nets. line ImIi)
miis throw n from le Uilril fliair
nil i-auitht In ihp arms or youth
aiding the firemen. All flrr ap
paratus lias hst'ii siimiiMineil.
Ss:nii nf women who Jumpoil
fmni upM'r oiwriinonts of the
scien-smry hiilllnB have lain
rnshcil o liisspltals aa afrlniml) In-
Juresl Thirty niluiitis after tin'
fire alnfii-d pollop ri'sirliil nno
i known dead ami rsllnuitiil iIhmo
I rwisil may run to JQ orf no, A
(loM'ii miuiII i hll'tri'n anil taihlra I
nrms worr toseswl mil of windows.
Ttio I'tillro iippor half of the hiillil-
! Ihk In u niiisn of flames.
I
HIRAM STEPHENS OF .
NOWATA IS ACQUITTED
ITolilhhion I jVorornii-nl . Offlivr
l .sxahllshcs Sell" 111 fciiMi hi ,
Pn-lliiilnar i .
SECOND KILLING IN A MONTH
While hlrf of 1'ollK al Pawhusku
ilo hilled Man I oll.m Inn
Vuarri I.
lllram Strphr'na, a prohihlilon pn
forii rnenl offli er, who shot and
killed William N Horhani of No
wala May I. was a,, Millie, I of Ihe
char ito of murder In the preliinmai y
lie.irlnK at Miami laly )esterda.
Siepheiis n lien, ryied li put llor
ham under arrest aftei sioppiriR his
car near Hie etal- line Tin ur
Is sal. I lo Lisve contained Hun hot
this of whlskv. Iloiham iMiinred
,e officer and tried to dilvc ,.svay
when Stephens, who wari arrrnd with
a V'ln, hester . Jumped on the run
niriL- hoard 111 the slrillKle Ihat f"l
lowi d C.nrhain wfernliod Ihe
Ifle
the
out Stephen m hands whereupon
nffo er drew his revolver lllnl f
filed
Ihe fatal r-hol
C.orham was III' second man that
. t:....l..s.. I....I lilllml In the
' . ...... i , I,.
oast .I1' nave iiiiviok r.i"i '
jpawhu.k.i diirlnit n uuarrel ovei the
ir.ifti, laws of thn town Mils nf
jfalr oc, utli'd the ilav follow mn his
j 1 1 1 pom t in e lit as ulnef of police al
Pawhuska As In the pi' sent i asp
lie v.as acquitted at Ilia pi eliiiliiiry
lies rum
Stephens V defended hv M
Krni;ht and nille Mason nf Miami
who istahllshed self -defense.
Ncnrliiir Is SomsI
C il .1 ' M HI'S i ilno. M ,-. 4
Hie Krouipl till! Ilice'n.us held
other clljes to expound sx l.ill-t do
Irincs , I i ' ere I'ed '1 Istui I ' Itn'e
rltV llffl'llls Indiv O'deicl Hie pi
H, e n, ' 'o p. i o It Cm lessor S.' ,i
N'eaH'iK or Toledo to ,illi.,s a ,
ola l-l in " i H' 3 here lotueM
No lllulil I, alio.
ST JHI IN.-- N I'. Mav
1,1 ,. h. i i . lor 1 a f r"',i I I "'l'
. . . ' IS .1 ' I ' el . I here I tl 1:.
r ' ' "II Itl l.'i ' ri l.i.l' 1 t. i ' 1 he
111 I- lh . V i lo'.s vv I 11 : Mi; he . vv
I'" 1,1 all " opt ''I S I' I
lou I
111.
11 IIH'
, I .i ' e X 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 ' II .n 0 ' this in
, .1 r, i I, ! . ! ip.ohah'.e Hi. i
..in ataxl luii.uiiw.
Tulsa
' "- n jn c tttf .si 1 ',
photn(rIic officer lure with tha
tho alr m
CITYS BOND DEFICIT
SLOWLY MELTING AWAY
Mondar's Sales I ula Total Aniouni
Yrl to Ito HuhaiTllhil In
I.IK.0.4MI.
HUBBARD URGES ACTION
V
Pxpiiillt Inslsta Thai l-.vrry llusl
oi'sa Man t.et Ituay lo Sava
lulsu'a Nuiih'.
"i view ,,f thn fact that Tulaa
enmity lacks more than a million
dollars of Im hnnd quota, I take this
means of iViaklui: a illrp.-t appeal lo
I Im liuslnrsH turn ami people uf the
illy to coinlilno hualtipsa principles
and pairliitihin and Invest ,n ictuiy
I la t" Ihe end Ihat wn finish the
Joli and Hial l ulnas rii oi ,1 is iiiaiii
uiisla Hied.
II la my smici,iI reiiuesl Hint every
Individual appoint Imperil a eom
inilen of nun and. rVni'W Interest in
the lainiiHiiin that Hie uiiola mav he
suhsirlhed in thn alloied lliim."-
M.iyor C. II. Iliihl.aiO
Tulsa riiiinly'a quota, 5,J,(MH),
ll.imls sold, 4,:is,awi.
Ili'ln It, l,i!:.ll,4ft(l.
Wednesday Is lo be " ctor" day
In Tills. i, in accordance wnh plans
of the new in Kaulaitlon selected to
wind up Him lullil lauipamu hele
when the dual com cried etloll will
he iiiade hy pillule spoiled Inislnen
men of the i lly to ' finish the Job'
ami have Tulsa a iU"l.i in honds ihjld
lafore ihe dale specified aa the of
ficial enillnn of iho i auipaittn, Hal
urday. Mi) in
Approximately I'rO liuatnesH men
who were sinned to emhafk on tha
trade extension trip loday will enter
the cainpaliiii in Iih last atagea
Vednesda iimtiiluiT. VNIth lists fur
reference cornple() hy thn hanks.
Hn se men will iip lly all upon cltl
.ens who have not purchuaed honds
to Iho extent of their mean and re
uuea an npiease In the respective
sul'si i ip lons The delayed I, ousters
are le.aiest' d tu report at llirir re
spicHvj haliklllK liouses al li'cloctx
edinrsd iv looitiniw for iisalKiiiiirnl
to ''customers "
Xlust 'I iiino Ai-niss."
Nn ritroni; arm methods will he
employed The "cold hloded hiial
ni sa pi oir)l! ion'' w ill he explained to
the Ilk-lit siihscrlhei, he will he told
in round iniinheis tn what extent
he iii expected to raise hi 4touhsi-rlp-tlon
anil" "lie will ihen write out a
check" in, a member of Ihe lom-
Imlttee f lores, e, I l
.. . ... ...
l-iank W Itiyant. vice presldenl i
of the I'eneral National hank and
ilialiinan of Ihe coii'i'v loan ci. in- ,
llliltee, does Pot hi'lli've Ihe a-IJl,'
tion.il million and a qu n lei unsiili
scrlhed. w"ll finaliclallv einhni rass
Til Ii il "The liionev I" her,- iii Ihe
city." said M r llrvanl lull I In'
proposition is to el il converted
Into honds Selfish Interest his
supplanted pilrlollc pride ..III til"'
cltli'll Is rein, t llil to come Indies-,
In ir.. inv Insl iii, e-i i I'lzens hat e
forme, t the opinion fill' heidquir
ip,s Ii I 4 heen hoi. I. n,; ha. k li'.K sun
s. r: p' on - litj1 in i p . it hen t Ii ' t ,
I, .ii io 'l Ih II Hie ' on, till, II nf Hill
,10,1,1 is 111 rp.lll'V li lt'tlllni- d'Olhlert
,,, ,i,n ir, I, 'ed their suhser ipt
hate
. 1 :i i; i
aid
' h '
,t I. if.ee ,.i;d I
' pel " is loo 1 1 1 1 1 1 h
el '.co, ' ,n I' '
hi W cilnii-ila y
r . i ,n f i-l, o 'hi' we
,,' i 1,1 e.l'i. ,1.1 '.
II
I
si-i s Iriorx
..VVell I IT
:l ,.,ve Ihe q.
1,, Il I" of 1,1
II"
r Mi it
l.ol'ds
V llll -
Hi'!.','
d
III'
ani"
al'P
1 1
1 1
ipi.
I w ill hrH,K Ihe il nn-d rtjUiia."
Hour Is Fixed for 3:15
to Make Known Con
tent of Treaty.
ITALIANS COME BACK
i ...
Orlando and Delegation
Leave Rome; Reach
Pari. Today.
BELGIUM TO SIGN TREATY
Belgian Government De
cide. Unanimously to
Accept Condition.
PLENARY SESSION IS CALLED
Small Power. Will R. tl!
ceive Statement at
Meeting today.
Hy lk AiMieistetf. Pr.
IIOMK. May ft ITpmler Orlan
tin and roprlitn Minister Konnlno
of Italy alunpd for I'arla today.
lIMON, May ft. Arxxinlliia" 10
a dHsali h In Ihe rittchangn Tto
Kraph from I'arla ftrf qnnatlnn r
ardlii I'ltimo haa hprn actilesl
In full aarexroeni wltli the Italian
imtrrnmrnt on thp haala thai
Hump aliall remain an auionomnu
port lor two ynara, SwIvPn It will
hp atwlfni-d tn Italy.
AHIf. May Tha tlm for
handing over the peace treaty to tha
tiertiiana wii t loday for 3:11
o'clotk Wednesday afternoon.
Theiiinouncatnent? that Tremler
Orlanniq e,pd Kprelgn Minister Hons
nlnn. the leading Italian delegate ta
Ih peace conference, had left Rum
(or I'arla and the further aer thai
Ih flalclan erown council had liven
I la ataent lo th i-nlnc of Ih
pear treaty hy Ih Hllan delete tn
reiardleaa of Ihe unaatlafaclorlnea
10 neiaium or tne financial ar-
ranements. have resulted In rellev
feet of proilucliif a ran for a plenary
conference.
These development had th ef,
feci of firoduelna- a rail for eplenary
esaion of th conference la he held
tomorrow fur the purpose of laying
Ihe peace treaty before all the par.
Molpatliif nation.
OIU.AMMI .111) WIWIMI
TO ItKAl H TAKI8 TtHlAV
l'AIU,M. May fi Vltlorlo Orlando,
Ihe Italian premier, and Baron Bon.
nlno, Ihe foreign minister, are 10 re.
turn (o I'arla, Il la officially an
nounced thi afternoon. They will
lake a train from llome for thi
capital tonight.
In ih meantime it had heen an
iioiinrrtt thai Marquis ImperUII, th
Italian nihaador at Ixindon, had
been designated lo parlklpale for
Italy In Ihe. fueellnir thi afternoon
of the executive committee of th
leaau of nations
The ihformall.iH .....II.. ts
- '- -- .., rrp.
i iler iirlsnd.l and Foreign Mlnlaieff
onnnino inme rroin ine Italian am
liasaiidor Ir Paris. He transmitted It
to the Kremh forelan mlnle'ry
which 'mmertlately Informed th
heads nf Ihe allied and associated
n r rutin rt. The Italian representa
tives wilt reaeh I'arla A'-an.,l.M
inornlni. it was elated.
fir TSp A.Mi'laled rrm
IHH'SSKIjs. May R. The Helalan
nvrrnnient haa decided to sin th
n.faty of peace which wae discussed
at a crown council held her last
in lit. It u announced.
By Tk Aitorlia Prsn.
MKIM.IN. Mav - A semi-official I
announcement today savs the pence
negotiation will he no way affected
hy the ileiartnre of the Herman
minister:! latndshera uml flle.slieet.
from ereallle.
I.I lll NS MY
l,K Im WII III Tl UN.
ftr Ths A.varist.H pr.,.
iN'l" N. Mat A lieiman
wltrless il.spat.'h iPi-eived here this
evening sits "f the dplav i.onlinupp
a' X'eisal'U's It I cut e in pla led Ihxt
Heillll will e, all the lli r'nan ileis
k i'ps in wlm h , ,1-p met ivinil i only
t' .nil t'' ersaill, s team t hen the
allied govirnmeriis an- ready to tie-
IMN HI II UN's
Ml I I Nl. s i S M tklMl.
PA I: I.-' M iv :. The poiiet of Jn.
pin is to ie', nn the Shunning
pPtllnso, ,; foil S,,V erpllflll y :,i
i liln.i, i I a . n : ti ir " 'v eeonomle
privilege.. i,r t ''! ',,'rsiiim and 'he
r irtil to il,'t-h '! .-! lenient under
the itstl,' l' d; l.frc s C Tsiiik 1 an.
II Vtas-le, J, I sllter.lPllt l,,lli'd
ti, lav hv I. " n Mali. no. hea l of the
Japan, ,. Oi o eailo'i at the pea '
,-orifereti, l . "l ep'..HiliriK Japan s a'
tl'ude l:,'i! irdn.i 'lie iiii.wat- wh'ch t in
laeonie a hup, Ispinise Oinl un
der!. iMn. Pain" M ik It" sill Hie
ovtoe... II ,' d ,-.' -OP, Mat poll.'P On'v
lo ; ii-ur , o' 1. 1 it v of t r i f (i, a rid
for p., ot' c, inirpose The force
would I ',' ..'i posed of Chioe-e Such
Japanese ii''i"i,'"" -"i the riulwnv
,li,e 'o.. ..hi.n'd . ect would he nn.
po.iued to me Chinese government
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