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THE MORNING OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER FINAL Edition 4 o'clock A. M. lt Pair Woathor You Stood by mo VOL. XIII, NO. 228. TULSA, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1919. J 4 PAGES PRICK 5 CENTS GERMANS TALK OF NOT SIGNING TREATY EXPECT TO CARRY LOAN OVER TODAY Treasury la Still Officially Morr Than Million Below Its Goal. HEAVY BUYING MARKS END Last Day Opens With Selling Organizations Working Hard Everywhere. ST. LOUIS AGAIN IS FIRST For Third Time District. Is in Ix-ad in Reporting Total ljuota TiAen. WASHINGTON, May . Nearly: t ;i0 .000. n0 remains tn be sub- I rrihcd in 'he Victory Liberty' loan I in the tangle day remaining of thej rampaign. Sales labulsfed tonight by; the treasury allowed 13.31 4.170,(100! !re.iy subscribed or 7S ( per rent j of the total required. Tutsi subscription announced to- j n xht t the. treasury really represent ! rampaigti result of Ml rat 2 4 hour earlier, unit subscription actually lalirn mdav. together with the firm In per rrnl clinching payment, will sot show In I tic official totals until mnnrruf night. Hv t hat time, when Ihf campaign closes, another faOO.. ion 000. representing today's work. In tipectrd by treasury officials. Thla eould raifr (he total to approximate ly IS 0o.000.00n and leave the re mainder nf the 4,.SO.Ol)0.000 loan to tome from the final day sales, largceu Day. The Increase today wan t4M.30f) loo. ihn largest, of any day In the campaign For the third time In aa many con ecullve campaign the St. leoiila dls nrt achieved the honor of being the firm district to obtain Hit quota for I ir entire country. latlcsl reporll from St. ( .0 ii lit tonight hnw the dt Inrt with a perrentagn of 14)0.1 and said tn be going atrnng for a big siersjhsrrlptbin TheNw York rils trb t also It within sinking distance tf Ita qunta i Feature! of the day' campaign ln fluderFji Jump 'of ' the New Vork fllntrfcts from flfh to second place atth a gain nf f 2J4. 000.00"; the Kan ti fity district from seventh I" fourth place with a gain of 1 4.000. 0. and the Philadelphia district fmm 10th to sixth place with a gain tf tJT.Mn 000. Raker Iwnira .ppca1. Secretary linker tonight laaued the following statement : "The American army of orcupa 'l'in la patrolling the fthlne at Tohifni The res- of our gteat ex peditionary force In rapidly returning home, where It la being demobtlixed ma, rrstorcd to the Industry of the muniry. We must nay our soldiers ind must feert. clothe and transport!- leem until th l.it - man I dl rru-Rrd We iniint pay loo. for th K'fat arc jmiilatloiiH of iores pro-N .ned (nr the ui f,t th army and ilfv the deht of honor which our "'intry undertook an Ita ahare of the l't undiriaklng whereby tie war won "Thi la ihe laat great teat. Thla l"n lj the Ui chapter In the 'ory ef America' auprnme achleTement. I' muM he worthy of the other chap in that atory written hv the aol ! r t the front and the civilian at h.jm and together felling of herolam. Mrrifice nnd determination Irt a pa frn;:c ami nghtroiia cauae " Navv llalarw guota. ' Vm niing the pace for ihe en J''e cnuritr. ihe navy today offlctat !' lub.Vnhel it(t(ninta. Iterrorted f-ihacrtptlona In trtenavy were In el. I ' or IMnnO.OOO. while the of f'ril u!n had been art ai IIS.SO0.- -" mi t gure heing haaerl on the Priportmnaj. reduction In the na i OUoia and the 3J per cent cur tailment of the nay peraonnel 'nrt ib, int rHmpalgn. RUTH GARRISON IS FOUND MENTALLY IRRESPONSIBLE fKATTI.K. Waah.. Mav Ruth "'rr..on U-year-old girl, who eon fwd to the polaonlng of Mr. Urate Storra. hr rival for the love of y M Storra, on March' H laet. wa "nund not guilty Lite today, hecauaa of ment irreajtonslbllity at the time 0' 'he crime The Jury wa given Die caae at ' ,J P in nd rriurned with a ver "i' ! at i o clockr t'nder () atate law the court uld he compelled, a a reult of " v,rd.-t, to aentence Mini liar ron to the slate penitentiary atimlsslon of the crowd to the legal. on "sua Wall for treatment for the 'square. The students then set nre io , pre,dent planned to return trf-Wnsn-erimln-vily Insane, hut aa there are I the residence of the minister of cum; I ngton " fonimodatloiia ut the penlten- munlcatlon purlng the disorder ( , generally l.eile d hnweve 1,1 ry (or women of this type, h ,he Chinese minister at Toklo, who,,)B, hf w!. no, ,t-rl f,,r home un'il 'H be transferred to the state hoe-I la In pekin. wa eerlouly injured. ,n, ,r,Hl,. I,ss been s.gtie.l and that plial for feeble m.nde.l I l h. r'!i nresent It In person to 'he crniUnv VI ... f . i , wri imun rrrrnf u ; V, ,J"'i,, 'ben with a laugh she j 'd hsr mother. As she wa led r!h, lh OUrt 'h0 ", laughing c j toother of Oklahoma Flyer -Is Not Alarmed ..,f('l'T WdHTH. Texas May ev.r h, nm apprehenstve ! rev h ''rUv and feel confident ..,!' "v acroas the Atlantic I "kUhnJ""' .1 Mr A '' Mltscher Ofr "rVi vTolv"' m",h" Marc An-! r .odj;?" t,i,o, rt ih THE WEATHER JL 1 1 I. HA. Oli! . Ma 8 Mttimum. M, minimum north wind, rlrr. OKI AMOM: hiurdiV roudj lo-l ahowera tn west riion, wrmr , kSun itar rUindy. pu.i)iljr hotr, wirrecr in thl nd rnirai portion KAN.AH: ticnrrll fair tni warmT 8turJ ; Kiind.r unnfilled, probbl showr and roolfr (OMrllANA. MtiirtUy nA Cundij pari y p.flud) waroipr In tht mlfrlor. A K.K A NH Art : Saturday and bunday partly ilond) warnrr V .ST T r.l y; ygtitrday rf!r f1ou4lj, ihnwfri 111 lowr Kto (iraiida alif 11 armitr In lh inirir ; Hunday uhnrlilr,! ai hfr, proliahly lo al t.aow rr In wi portion and on t-oaal, warntfr In txrthaL and aouthwtat por KfT .TtA "'ttirday partly t Uiitily, local khowtra in fieri h pori inn warmrr ttrpi In anjlbwaat poriia; .unda lily cloudy ........ i WHAT BVEBT MOTHER ft-MOWft I It- mar t irawrir and pair and ihin, Mi may b trrtki and iur to He may Uf dimplfd of rh4rk ami bin. Ilul whatrvrr (tit ort of hb U h Thi noihr knowi In hrr irndir way Mr may ha a wondrrful lhan aomc day. Mr miv br prpiti and tuirk lo rrj, Wiih a pndfy noar and ugly rar. Thrr ma br a molr In hta llllla y And hn Irfi may look like a pair of hrar. Hut tar mother while he't in bar ariDi, A Inouaaod )oye and a Ihduiand rharnii. Tt. br mothrr knowa thai br baba la fair. She what othera ran nir at ; Thn aonl of ibe esaai thai la fVowing ihrt And (rte arofntto of iptendora aooi to br. And thi mollier know whan ha gotta ta That of all lltr hablaa hrr own 'ti Wat r ;! right. 1019, br Kdfer A. Ouaat i 1 1 . : 1 ' WIRE BRIEFS j OTKRATION B m-XSCN AtiAlNST AWiH.8 l.tlNPON. May Oenaral Sir A. A Barren In command In northern India haa begun operations agalnat the Afgan tribesmen who croaeed th Afghan border and occupied noaltlnna on tha Indian aula, Keuter'a limited learna that the advance of Itrltlah mobile column In tha neigh borhood of the northweet frontier Is having a reaaaurlng effect. AI.UKK OT K IfHinti KI'M AN I N )RIVK Br Tbt Aaaaciatet Fraa. rAHIS. Thureday. May I. It la learned on high authority that thre la no foundation for the report that the entente powera either lnatlgatad or arc gupportlng the Itumanlan ad vance again Hungary which waa undertakeu aolaly on tha Initiative of Rumania to foreatall projected com blned operation by the Hungarian and Huaalana agalnat that country. r.WK'H RKKtGN'ATIOT AGAIN lU'HOKTF.D. PARIS, May It waa stated In high quarter hre today that Thomas Nelson Page, American m basaador to Italy, would realgn hi post upon the conclusion of peace. .xrwrniAN's rknoi'mt: IH N I NION PLAN ItAHI.K. May . (Havaa l The majority faction In the Austrian na tlonal assembly, according to a re port from Vienna, has decided to renounce the Idea of the union of Herman-Austria and Germany In the Interest of Austrtans and world peace. The Austrian peace delega l:on will leaVe the Austrian capital for l arls My 11. Oil llrm Cleared NKW YORK, May I. A Jury In federal district court todsr acquitted the Pecos Oil company and John F. Herrman and Herman lather, stock holders, who were charged with using the malls to defraud Investors In the stock of fhe corporation, which claimed to have an oil well in Mexico Chinese Delegates Given Instruction , rj . ti ' " Id, txKjvCl I iCuiy j j j B7 The Aisoeiatea Press PA It IS. May -The fhuieee del- I egatlon haa received cabled Inetruc-1 una. from Pekin not to slrn the treaty of pence because of the Klao-1 f hau-Hhuniung settlement lnlrtic! Hons to the same effect have been 1 received from the repreaentatlve of both the northern and southern gov. Senator Norris of Nebraska repun. ernmenta In the pesce conferemia atjjr(in concurred In previous sn Hhsnghal . j nouncements hv Senators Iturali and The Chlneae delegation to the Curt, nf K'anaaa opposing Ihe pro peace conference ha Issued a state--! p,,,, alliance helween the Fnited ment saying that V000 students Ri,tes . f.reat nna n and Fran-e He marched to the American and Hrlt- ,,j aurli an entente would lead to Ish legation In Pekin to aak thej, ! B!nres h other groups of n mlnlsters to urge the council of three ! ,T11 s resulting mutation to to reconsider their Hhsntung Jeel-:,,,,. elon. The police prevented the nd-' iifi,-iais pio'rssed t,n:gh' 'o he TONIGHT CONVENTION LAST GRAND RAI.I. TH18 SKASo.N I NDF.n Al SPIC KS Tulsa Festival Orchestra PRESIDENT TELLS ALLIANCE OBJECT Cables Tumulty That Purpo.se Is to Help France If the Muns Make Attack. IS SUPPLEMENT TO. TREATY Promises to Ask Senate to Give Pledgt See league Aid in Proposal. BORAH THREATENS A BOLT Idaho Senator Intimates He May Iave Party Unless It Opposes Covenant. WASHINGTON. May - In re ponae to an Inriu lr from Secretary Tumulty I'rcn.lcnl Wllaon cabled today that he had proniladl Franco to propone to the eenate In connec tion with the peace treaty supple ment In which wo shall agree, eubt Ject to (he approval of the council of the league of nation, 10 come Im mediately to the aaalHtancr of lranre In caae of unprovoked at tack of German). "Happily there I no myatery or privacy ahout what I have promlard Ihe government here." the prcaldent cabled. "I have prnmiacd to propoae In the senate a aupplement In whlrh we ahall agree, auhject to the ap proval of the council of the league' of nation, to rome Immediately to the aaalatance of HYunce In caae of unprovoked attack by Germany. thu merely hastening Ihe action to which we should foe- bound by the covenant of the league of nation." Hcnatora Walt. Authoritative atatementa of opin ion of moat enatora on the treaty of Versatile probably wll not he forthcoming until aftry tongreaa has met In axtra aeealnn. Itepubllcjin leaders have . an nounced their determination not to glva final conclusions until thev have had an opportunity to atudy the full text of the treaty and the understanding her now Is that the document will not he made public until after It haa been slanted In the meantime congrea will have convened. Senator Rorah of Idaho, republi can. In a letter to Ihe editor of the Itoston Transcript reiterating hta op position to the league of nation covenant, asked th republican party to state Ita position aa to the league and Intimated that should approval of It ba given, he would quit th party. ' Tlimatm tn Holt. , "It I a matter about which only coward and political pimp could have no convictions," wrote the Idaho senator, "fan a partisan un der such circumstances) ask what about V JOT ran a political party under such circumstances stand, aside can It Jayhawk between the llnea and tll (ipect to bold thn confi dence snd, respect of a vigorous and brave people? Can It decline to have opinions fan a republican go feeling and smelling around as a white-livered satellite pf has espedlency" It would he a thousand times herter to stand forth ern If defeated with a certainty. "If the repnhllcan party could even through defeat aave the sucred tra ditions of Amerlcs, preserve Ameri can Institution and maintain unim paired the Independence and un trammelled sovereignty of the re. public It would .rendefva service see ond not even to Ita heroin service under the leadership of the blessed martyr. Rut suppose It should be ss'd 1 to aiich men a meelf that '.he I party might be In favor of the prnp j oalllon rrv well, let It say so ,et ill surrender Its place If It aanta as the defender of American Inailt 1 tlons and American ideale And let those who would abhor such hideous cowardice fumigate themselves and set out Kven th:a would he more honorable than to., go skulking through such a fight without views or convictions or even an altitude I would not ak my party to agree with me. but I would ask It to "late Its position and I will soon clcermlnc nv course. I despise a coward and I hate a traitor orrt Oppownd. Wtfi,,t information ss o alien tc.e senate tn annie ouarters the op hion I expressed that he will tour the countrv. speaking In rupport of the treaty and the league rovenan' ' Says Snot It Want, Vrtrars R.-n k. CHIfAGM. Vtay - K. T l'.s''en nf New Orlears. )epresentn south ern business men who are seeking t" persuade negroes who e-e tenipted 1 north hv war wage, to re'tir i t th 1- !old borne was In Chicago 'odsv He , 'old Dr. P T Prent'ts. of th I'nl'cd States emplnvment nerv!'. thi M slwtippl alone aouM like to haie i 4.000 negroes return to their home Inducements offend include good ' wages and IMng con1il''r.s nnl free . tranrprrrfa'ion. Kolchak'sA dvancc Expected to Solve Prohlems in Russia j I 1 r" 1 Admiral Hop link IMI'.IS. May ! - The spectacular advance of Admiral hnlchut;' foiira In Siberia Is looked upon as the enlu lion uf the Ituaalan problem The admiral's government at Omsk, re port say, will soon be recognlxe.l by ihe allies and the null hnlfihet 1st Tactions In Itusaia. thus hriiiKing about a stable government ""nnee more for Itusala. M'EWEN STRIKE ENDS; MEN GO BACK MONDAY tioternmenl i'miidllutiir Irons (tut Itlfcnifs IWIwinmi Milkers 11 nil liiiln.vcr". UNION IS NOT RECOGNIZED l'ai Signed lv Itnth Panics Agree able to OrtranlriM latnir, Kujs 1. H. MiMllalor. g I flclala of the McKwen manufactur ing company, representatives of the employees and Robert M MrWade, I'nlled Htste conciliation comAiU sinner of the department of labor, held late Friday afternoon an agree ment was icached between Ihe com pany and the employee whereby the men wiH resume work Monday All difference between Ibe company and employees have been settled Too nch credit cannot he Riven : .1. II M r.wen. preeiuent or tne coin- puny, for tile pari he played in Hie settling of the strike." said Mi I McWade Frt.tav nigh. ' I found M r. McFwen a man of uniform cnvlt- HOPS. He is H man of affair. .1 d lie said "Mv negotiations a' t he outset aire largely with Kail W Sinclair. Roger Kerfip and Joseph Fviins all direc tors of the companv. I found these men a splendid representation nfe American clllxcns. progressive, hrnad t minded and patriotic; fullv alive . . . t. . I... n. t I, . n,. ...... Il 111 IV l. III. -.- J and desirous of furthering Ita natural 1 interests ! I.tn hi tn Unrk Mtinalav ! "All Ihe men will resume work on i of business there wi;l li oyer he oyer I .".0 i men atari work on Monday "I was ordered In the gov eminent to work for the elimination of all lnriistrl.il unrest and am deligh'ed , to be able to "av lhat the un;. n and non-union rmp.niea and officials worked as tlreles and energetlcallv ' as any gentlemen I have ever met i "I al"h n give special credit to I Judge Kd Warren for the servlcs he rendered Hm counsel io tioihl sides averted ti'iuhle and aided ins 1 onairtirs b'y In - tiringing nbou' HHsi lieai eful and satlefai torv iiii' et j ment.'' ; Xrrrs-nicnt I Slgnnl The fjillowinsi agri eiiieni w signed hy the nfflLaaim of the ion!- j pany. representatlyei of the em ployee ami the government rrpie sentanvea- "I herehy ccrlifi1 tli.a' on tins 'h day nf M.ty. ll!l Mfr. .1 W II ;r : bee an.l II T .lame- n hehalf ' f'e machinist- h-s'k -in 'I h and i.thrr tovTiM F.n os vi.r ritiKitrv Fliaht of Planes on Second Lap Postponed Until Today Tl)V t,, . post WASHINGTON ' porrnien' of the fl.rr,: of the wo eatv aeantanes from Halifax " Tre. passej ta N F.i.tril tomorrow, .n s'ar'.njr for Hie A'i i. ne.es. ry offtctailv reoor'ed .., tt.e. nv 'I- "; of . N c 4 ea.lv todsy , r -:id. d arilett ss to 1 he ry re t v of I he p..-jjfn'n! to.la. d.d t l.n.Pn t f ( ( n(lil, h,r rr, w Lieutenant f-i'.ai r rithiis.h-i' f't Hi" s.ji e, "I , , ,,.,.,Mi,nder A '. Read personally arrnn, p'fhiern of the ir a us-A ' la n ' . . it fornied,,! he departnieni of rVa ar; a r Journey. IM-t pop. men .. due rival wuFi only Is. "f h.s fuur mo " ' . i tori norkltig Repa.rs were begun t.i .l.flre oplai t 14J I'-" : , on-e, a nd 1 1 J, e pn 'd I he N ' peters ' , 4 will get nride-- ws Io Jmiii ttie i I: was H'sunied tha' f-opel ers on dnisi'ih a' Treias.e Pay on Hunda). both the N. f I stn D e , f J weather permitting The off n er did howed s.gns of wear whti h prompt. , no' g.ye dctals of rhe tro.itile en ed Commander John II Tuwer to roun'wred The V i ' . I. nnsii to wait 'iter a day a Halifax Naval : have pr needed rimr tcan n mile venae's are hcinx tii'ived toda into hevrind Cha'ham l.tKh'. Ma hrf.i.e he.r I attitini alotti; the pa h '.o he, Ita.i.l .ic ..r. lo ,i'ii t i TULSA FINISHES VICTORY QUOTA Whirlwind Conclusion Puis City $J()(),()0( (Ivor the II( 11 i rott Mark. MONEY STILL IS COMING IN! 1 Small Towns of Country Yet to lie Heard From Will Swell Over-subscription NO BONDS SOLD TO BANKS TultH Ilusiness Men Preserve City's Clean Record With out A ill From HnHiks. Tiller 1 nillil m quota.... I ." (19.000 S'll'S. ill .-M 1 (tl.CiO l iverhiilist rllieil OJ.CiO 'lill-.fi r.i li u the hell sgain Frl.la when alie lame down hard on the letorv limn strength tester with an o ci subscription In the lust loan amounting In IIOJSSO Almost In the laal hours nf Ibe campaign a surprising revltst of pa triotism and Tula spirit finished Ihe jnh ami Milled up a total of I .VI 4 2. r.tl its reporteii hv campaign man nircrs at ,4oou Fcldnv Hubscrlp tlnns were reported still going lot" liitnlvs Friday aflernoon hut satisfied n rest on their honors campaign di rectors did not bother to make an other tnbiilsllon. The more reeient sales will tie added Into the total todsy noon but It la probable that Urn complete figures un sale made here for Ihn last loan will riot be available until credit Is allowed by the Fedrrsl Reserve bank In Kan sas City. guola May t.rtiw. Ilul1 f'liy Manager lavenpnrt Ire lives Tulsa oversubscription to the lust loan will be aekrral thousand dol. Inra morn lhan the figure reported Friday. Hevei al small towns through mil the county have not yet attained their respective quotas hut are ex pected to report "all Inlshag" by noon tndv Aa a urpriaa oaene th asaamas ment nf oompletlon of the qunta. During the past week th task fared hv the few who "stayed with the ship." while Interest waned and subscription totals dwindled dally, appeared Impossible nf accomplish ment During Ihe past week even Manager Pavenport displayed signs of discouragement ; and expressed open disgust at the trend nf his cam. palgn. Hut now that It la all over, except for the tabtUatlon of ad ditional oversubscriptions, a feeling of relief haa replaced that of con cern for Tulan' reputation and cam. Dalan director ate preparing to , i0e un shoo In the near frrtiire iim.. wii i itanb. ... ,, ... iu .. "V M"7 '' "('r ' " "'T' " "' rh' " '"r"' '"';" " , r ... i the names uf those to whom be stu'ed Tulsa owed debt of gratl tude We sold .every penny's worth io the peopln and our Induatrial con cerns." said Mr. Iiavenport. Despite the fact lhat It look us almost Ihe 1I..,,.J , '...1.1. t,.K' " we were inn 1'iii .r i iu n wn - . - i ' m III ii bond t'i a bank. Of course th tianks will want In take soma yet. lull rh at amount will he added to our ""--"-" v . ... ..... i it s over witn. In five loan drives Tulsa has pur chased l.ll.Mi.miO worth of Liberty bonds according to figures romp. ted by C II Douglas genersl secretary of the t hamber of rnmmene Fscn previous lojui went over with a rush tint the last Jnli lagged home lime next week, when the las' settlement has been made, all accounts are de clared correi t itnd receipts turned oyer to ttie hanks. A V Havenpori, city maniget, Frank "liryant. county chairman, and other human factors insiriiroen'al In finishing Hie )oh Will he at liberty to devote undivided al ien', on to personal business and i nl .isalti become Just insurance j men. hankers and fttlx'-ne I lest Inn III Mcilm 1 W ASHING'I i N. May ' Guner-J nntorisi ilei'iio cumpaigns hate' opened In ckM Meih.tii ta'es said J udti es 'oliv from Mexico ftt The: an:pa.etis a'e lie.n ho Ii con'es'ed ; followed nnl-' a i-lf'llsr schedule ,,r, ,;orh, . -hmt of f jr: n. r an !- (,n;. w:lIl, develop, It . said . u-.ake u prolonged de.a Drummond Assumes Duties as Secretary of Nations' League Mir I'Hti Unimniond PARIS May -Hlr Krlo lirum rnond. w ho was named first ae. sa lary of Ihe league of uailnna. haa ar rived In PDrtw'and Is assuming his dullrs in ronnectioii with ihe or aa nuta I Inn rif the league of nallona. A meeting of ihe committee on ar rangements has named Stephen Plchon. French foreign minister, first chairman. He will serve until the first, meeting will be held In Washington In October Mr. 1'rum mnnd la to receive a salary of fit, 000 a year. EASTERN INDUSTRIES SWAMPED-LORTON Trpnwtid4iua Volume) of I'owt-War nualnrwe Minimise) Inlrrrwt In International Affair. FACTORIES ARE ALL BUSY Kdllnr of Tho World Itrxl Harry Sinclair to Bo f inancial I ator In Wall Htrrra. 1 he leagae of nation I not bothering Ihe business men of the east whq are so busy adjusting their affairs by reason of the war end and In looking after th tremendous volume of business whlrh la piling up In the big Industrial centera that they Mrs willing to let the bigger af fairs of politics real in the hands of diplomats without their Interference. Kugrne l.orlon, editor nf The World, who, with Mrs. l.orton re turned home yeaterdsy sfter an ex tended trip to New Vork and other eastern points, found a remarkable sentiment toward world sfalra which I at variance with the conditions which axial In th west, especially with regard to ihe progress' Pf the peacemaker at Versailles "Ituslnea men have their hands full looking after their factories. which are laboring along under thefterm as being a death senteac for litled-up orders kept pigeon-holed by war and which the armistice re leased only to be augmented by a flood of post-war orders which th return of peace unloosed." Mr. Ior ton said ' Rven aa a metier of poli tics, there Is little disposition to make a parly Issue out of Ihe league of Tiatlons nr thn-pf see treaty When thla document geia hefure the aen ale. there will b. no strictly partisan: n. I ... .n.l 1. ....-I. .11... H It. opposition snd Its scceplarice will he eutijer t to Ihe same source nf protest aa that which haa been encountered ! in other International af fails with i little regard to politics ! Manv Mi4dlcra There I New lurk city la crowded with I returning soldiers snd with relatives of returning soldiers who haw g"ne 1 there fur fauillv reunion" Since ! building operations in New York j were at a standstill diiilnx the war land no comprehensive pmr'ratii has ' heen Inaugurnled there since the war, the my ts natural." Jammed wjrti people They tome from all Parts of Ihe loiintty At best, under normal conditions, New lurk al-i wsys rrowded Now, with these' thousands (if trun-lents crowding In. the result i an be easuy Imagined j Th.'ie l a lug Hgl'.ilion against high . rents in New Vork hut the londltlon j ttiere makes litis lialuritl. I had a ni'c i Islt with Harry j fincialr. and In going the rounds there I was able to appreciate fust : wht a factor he lias become In I he f nam la! life of the coun'ry. He Is garded as one nf the "big inen ' nf the "ptreet" ami those who know how this term Is applied, know the eigmf n slice that Is attached tu being rated n "big man ' In New York I T'ulean do not fully appreciate what i It meant to hae one of their cilneeo , in copy .i flacf of such prominence ; In Ihe country's f nan. nil circles and the crv tail that Me Sinclair, a T'ulsau. holds rank wilh th. se mat- ters rif finance, gives th.a c fv a d-- : gree of pteellge wl'''tl Is enj.ited li , no Other 1 1 V west of the Ml-sl-slppf, Talk, with lliM.M-ti-ll. j "Wltlle In New Yoik also I in'" i I.leul ful Theodore l!oos.vrl II'- las t hip off Hie (ill I. In. k In mane wave he Is pie father a'l o-ee nnairi and to talk lo him Is to be nmlticed that he holds b. fa'lier- plea's and bi it... on wt'it io'-'if i'' a'o i I inen.- hip I In f btr.i " 1 " 1 1 r . lb. .11- life'' bl fa'he. luMIMkn " ' U on' b ti a bi be Is p.r i. ,r ..e,.. y.i. li'.n: Anarchy Rather ThanjAMBULANCERS ON ouch olavery la torn- ment Heard. USE REDS SAYS ENVOY Delegate Credited With Suggesting Calling of BoUheviki. ASK FOR VERBAL DISCUSSION Berne Heart Government RequeiU Allies to Al low Open Parley. DISAPPOINTMENT IS FELT ' - Hopes of Easy Peace Are Shattered With Publi cation of Terms. Sf Til Aaserlals4 Praai. HKIU.IN, Thursday. May . The people, though fairly stricken du.ti by th peace term, are now recov ering1 sufficiently to tlsnare mat Germany can not and will mil sign Ihe compact, no matter what toniea. Htrlkea ais Inursaslng anil bol- shevlsni and the'Hpartacan uprising nf the psst two months nave, ir any thing, meilfl Germans immune to wis Doaathta horrors which are Io be an ticipated If they are again plunged Into war, according to tha beat opin ion here. Thar exists a small group of Ger man, chiefly conservative, who prefer to see th entente occupy the whole country than to have It bol shevlkl. Reports from the Vergalllea corr. pondsnt emphasis th feeling of miutn.nl and excitement which prevailed In reading of the term of tha peace treaty. All the eorre- snonrienia aaree that no hasty dec! altin will ba reac-Jied A fortnight la allowed the German fur an answer. and thla ti ne will be used for care ful consideration of the demand nd the preparation of counter sue geatlnn. the correspondent ay. There la much speculation In Rer un aa Io whether the term repre sent maximum demand which may be reduced or whether they are min imum and Irreducible. HKRNK May trtava ) Th German government haa telegraphed to tha delegate al Veraaillea oraar Isa them tu present to the allied and associated powers within the II day allowed, a proportion nemanning verbal discussions, dispatch from Merlin ssy. The peace committee of the Ger man national asswinbly at a meeting Thursday dismissed the peace term. President Fehrenbach of th assent, lily declared the term pressntad to Germany were more draetln than th most pessimistic forecast had Indi cated and that tha provision meant the perpetual enslavement of the German people. He declared that the treaty wa dlnlateat hy hats. fhsncsllor Bchaldemann, Hsrlln dispatches said, pointed nut what ha called the contradictions between President Wilson's principles and ihe peace lerme. Hs deacrtbed the the German neoDJ. The German national assembly haa been called to meet at W sl:nar May I Br The aaseelsted Pes. HF.RI.IN. May 'Thse -I only one immedlsle solution pescs with Ruasls snd ths use of th bolshevik troops for Germany," Herr Gilsbertx, , ,,, Nm .eltung . '. . - ... as iteeisrlng Willi reference to tne oeace tern.s submitted tilher of the German delegates are i quoted by the newspaper Versailles i dispa'rh ss follows: "Herr laindsbcrg : The cruel an- j nouncements of the press have heen rnvriNi'KH nsi paoe rioirr Oklahoma Goes Over the Top in Victory Drive With More ThanQuota IMNHAS I'lTV. Mar Two stale In tins Tenth , fmlesral rr-M-rte district wesnt over thrlr qursia In hc l.-tory Mian twrnipwlgti in. dnv. illairti't leradqitarters an nouitcrd hrrei tonight. liklalMirna. with snhacrliMlon of ,.l.o:0 officially tnmnd In. haul a iwrcrniago nf IOu.7t. and 4 loruiW. folbms classcly hrttlnd with IIMi.SA fscr tsinil. r'(rrw-ntlig stibss-rlpllolla of IN.VHI.z.'MI. Alih a total ..f IMl.st tVi. or 7 7.lt srr rrnt. rcu-lra1 tonight dial rln nffli'tiila crrwecl ituifl-tli-rtc.- that Ihe illslrl. t quota would Im' ccycl-il cwally. FITZHUGH LEE CAMP NO. 15. 1 1.-Jia r I foe b ' l.ni.imp merit of I lilted I i I bc tbe I, lilt MpatM-'h War eieran he id in i "n lunct ion u I h II at I'oii' a Cny. Ma AM i Mora dc, are in c d ., attend R' port f-.r spi;, la 1 t a i road .'ite tjommander Joseph P. Gallagher I'. I I s.rolli I loclnnall Ptiotle 401 ; 1 Ills. Ilkla WAY HOME TODAY Tulsa's Own Heroes to Ixiavc Camp Merrltt This Morn ing on I,aMt Im Home PROGRAM HERE COMPLETE Greatest Celehratlon in His tory of CityW'ill Be Tuni ed Ilose on Arrival MAYOR IS TO LEAD PARADE All Discharged Soldiers Are Urged to Appear In Uni form and March. r Wwrhl'a Wklnflsa Duraas. I'ssl Handing. WASHINGTON, May I. The Tula ambulancera and I IT caauaia who ara accompanying them to Camp Uowla fur dsmoblllxatlon will pared In Tulaa Tuesday, It la now figured. The war dspsrt. mast annnunoed that lh 17 Okla homa anibalancera and lh casuals would leave Cam Merrill tomor row. It I hardy posslbl they will reach Tulsa lata Monday, but Tuesday la the beet gueaa. Col, M. A. McAndrew of the general etaff aald that in addition tn see Ins their hotoe boy Tutsan would get to ses doughboys from half a doaen dlvlalona at the game time, Many of tha 17 casual war membere et th Rainbow division, but they oome also front many other dlvlalona and saw service pn every battle front. v Tulsa ha tha stag all set for the reception of lh ambukxnc mn and,, thouglt promised 14 hour notlee be fore th arrival of th company, th committee la prepared to touch off tha oelebratlcn In flv minute, start very whlatl tn tha city io'blewlni, close vry shop and tor In town aasj tarn out Iba pvopl a they havo never ttjtmed out Before, to greet, tha Mtumlrht berooa. . Lataal Information raoelved In re gard lo tha movement of th arrV bulanca company waa a telegram y eater day from atorgl. Jam A. Brill, saying lhat th beys would leave tramp Merrltt this morning for Tulaa. Thla Indicate that th forms r ordsr aondlng them to Camp Pike, Ark., for dsmobollsatton bv been rhangsd and that th company will go lo Camp Itowla, Tessa, aa first planned, stopping over here only be tween train. Arrangements for th reception depend upon whether the boy aro oomlng hem to eaay or for a visit, but lh committee la provided for any contingency ad will make th celebration In honor of tha home coming of the men a sucoa, re gard) of lh details. May Arrive) Totsaday. In any event It I expeoled that they will arrive In Tulaa on tha rrleoo railroad from th north at noon, prwhably on Tuesday. Thla I a nioet fitting tlm for th carrying out of th elaborate program that haa been arranged, especially tha pared feature which ha bn ad mirably worked out. Mrs. f. K. Lainman. wno Da oeen chosen by lh ambulance boy aa the god-mother of the company, la chairman of the oommlttee on ar rangement, composed of Ihe follow. Ing member: Mesdsme K W. Sin clair, H N. Oris. H. M. Morarlln. Al. G. Heggem, J. H Markham. H. H Rogers, llernard Cap pa and J. W. Sanders; Malor Alva J. Nile, Maaar K Roger Kemp, H. N. Urle. C. E. lexhman K. W. Sinclair. J. 8. Co. dan. J. If. Markham. A I. CI. Heggem. It. M McF'arlln, H. H. Rogera. Jama K. Crawford, 1.. . lwls and Orra K L'pp. Order nf CamAr. The parade will form at th Frisco depot Immediately upon the arrival of the Iraln. Factory and locome- whlatlea and church bell will announce the approach of th train to th elty. Guard will ba placed around the depot premiers to ex- pedlte th passage of th ambulanc company from the train to Ita place In the parade. Mr. Harry Aahny of the canteen saervlre aniK-saslstanta will present each ambulancer with a flag and carnation. The column will form In the following order, It. waa announced by the committee yesterday: Mayor and city commissioner In decorated automobile Lloyd lwis marshal, on horse hark. Reception committee In decorated aiitmnolilleH I'nlnn musicians' band Malor Alva .1 Nile and Rrlgadler Genera liny Hoffman on horseback. Tulsa ambulance company, headed by Capi. S .1. llradfield, mtrching in military formation. . Soldiers, sailors and marine In uniform Ml serv re men art Invited to lake part In the parade. fWirraeTP of Flowers. f'r. rii the Friaco depot th parade will proceed south on Main lo l.igh'h 'feet, east on P.lghth eiree I., ii.isinn- nor'h on Postnn to. Firs', s'reet io Main; north on Main street to Rradv, weal ml Rrsdy to Cnnven 1 1 fro had M reel) tniersectlng street along M a.n street l!:"re win ha an autnmo. bile fllle,) with flowers from which grout of girl Will throw a barrage of flowera hs th" Btith.ilnncers pas" I'l'iiti u'ong the line of march are requested to bring flowers snd shove 'heir welcome by showering the boy vvi'ti hoqiiteia as they murrh throng) tuMIM LD 0 TAte lluHf .