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THE MORNING OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER FINAL Fdition 4 o'clock A. M. VOL XIII, NO. TULSA, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 101'). Itf PACKS PRICK r CENTS. RETURN UTILITIES BUT KEEP DRY BAN 3E. Tv&tksmKau ooo 1 . FOE MUST ADMIT BLAMEFOR WAR Allifs Reply That Rr.ponsiiil itv Cannot He Disassociated From Pay. NO DISCLAIMER POSSIBLE Evasion ly (lerman People of Ads of Former Kaiser Is Out of Question. M GET ANSWER WEDNESDAY Germans Will Submit Counter Proposals at That Time; (let No Extension. TAI'.IS. May 10. The nr of the diiiii il of four to the Oaroian !( r"' ir.llnR reparation . which he I :i n 1 . t to th Ocrmana tu- n.fii!, p...n! i'iit in reply to the tier. it um i I l for 'hi' war 10 il I.-'" la rfpirall.'ti M admit responsibility" :i.it It In lmpowlllc responsibility from Tlif rti'.v recalls that the Or- jf r. i : - . I no objection to Secre tary l..u, inn's note of last NouVm br r.'h. in which he pok of Ccr- ITmll aiigress.nn. Tl.c . . .i tic : 1 of four also refuse i !n ; Mint th Herman people n .iy disclaim responsibility for the action nt the former Oerman fov arnmr tit. Thei In been no change In the decision of the peace conference lesdcra not to make publlo at pres v rnt the text of the peace treaty pre. i'nl In the Hermans, nolwlth- 'nilin- demands for ill publication from sotns quarter. ' It In understood that the Ti lel eppo:tlon to making the treaty pub lr come, from Premier Lloyd (ieorite. Ilia objection to the publl ntlon, which found early expression, later approved by President V Wilson. , ,i The flfrmin plenipotentiaries will I deliver their observation i on the I fnco treaty term Wednesday of r I Ma wi'fk. No extenalon of lime tor replying hns been glvo them. The general Impression In con ference circles la that the German w u ultimately Hun the treaty. Br Th, Aiaorlatetl Praaa - f I'AHlS. May )iu The text of the eliu In the peace treaty under solan Hie treaty ahull become opera fire hfi , thn ratifying oountrlna a soon aji Ocrmiiny.and three of the principal powers sign the document. M follows; ,i Tli present treaty shall ha raatl flM Dcpn.ii of ratlfieatlona shall be rj0 a: Pans as noon M possibi. "I'owe-s (,f which Ihe seat of ruernnient la outalde Kurope will 1 err.itle.1 t,t Inform the govern ment (,f the French republic throuKh Jreir diploniatlc representative at Inrlsthut ratiflcalluna have been vett. a ml in that rase they mum lur.smit their ratlfieatlona a Boon at iumMhle. . 'A prm-eas verbal of deposit of ratification,, will b drawn up aa on ns ihe treaty haa been ratified nermany and by three of the JrincfWii ,, aaanolated f'oaern. Kroni the data of thla r,,cew verl.iii the treaty will coma nto for,-, between the hl-h contract poen who have ratified It." SERVICE MEN'S CLUB WILL FORM TONIGHT Irmnnnt OrKanlratlon of IxhwI 1'Ilct Will lie Kffoird at Mtvt. In In t ourt llouae. ViiA.r,"r, ,"ni!ht Tuiaa'. to have, a !,,'. !.hl' ArlMm IKlon, orfan-e,,h- .;'f ""'" whu aerved i with al,vV ",':iI''y. naval or marine Bean I Ur":K ,h W"f' "'' hV "'r i hr.norabiy dmcharited. Kvary I,,'". 1,1 TulH ' lnvl, to I tZ , ""r"" t o'clock1 to in the diatrict court room at '' " il' h trice, when n pentianenl Ilo " y 'irmnltafion waa rn,e.i VAe,kl) nl l juH prlor 1." I'"""-'1 convention t St cV, "" 'l " Ut.1 for the I,',,,..'11 ,f , il;,.,, , ,,w,,y ,wn r,e.;'i'.' '" S"',S At t,", '"' r-'Uii i ' '"'"'' ''" I'ikmed tein 1 ' " 'i''i.-ti.i!i. I'criiuaiiciit olg trf- " ,;- !1v:-" "'"" " Pi.,v '"" aiiibuliii.ee com- , 4L; nr ' nt doMrcil to par I, .,, v "K-IHI.0 without the am ru'l '''!' ,l vol-e .n the or tu L' "':? wll"'l ,r" "r fxpi-cted " I "') T i.u t, tire..' ,' ' s "' movement ex . .. i royre lue-d.iy thlt the "i'ii '., 'h Tuieii enirlneera In " h rtlvieion i.mnut be 'Ii" in it uiix.ition meet- '" fe't that permanent Hiiould be made lrnme- " 'he ltinitntion of the i.mti(, a, Ij0,li() lB n,-!u.i.'. Ira- .,, ., '"firi-,,'" w, ''.., , , fle.h J Is' u I. T.i 'orm the activity of the f Hie Arnelcen lvli.n "I In.,,. '"n'.l'i " " '" 1,11 I'fobablllty ,e d- !, '""'''it. A clul, u,ue. the.. ,., , " lle, 'he .ii, miii'a, .,, almllnr to '" V. M c. A . has f..en " I i IV be presente.l to v J" m,r form for action ' I "nit the work of the '',.VV'' '"''' HO'l.'ll to "' K '. v i n at th.,1 veteran" I' . up. a nr.-.i' " 'he v ' " nr "P'd . f t "" , . ,1 ,, V u tl ' '"wslilp t),.lt ,pW.. wi '.?.. '"'I' ll"" n. in the lie ".. or America. . City Filled With Bankers Here For State Gathering 77 E WEATHER TI'l.fM. May in Maiimiim, ?; nuniniuiM. '. I i o r l li vimli an. I rlrar. uKI.AHli.MV Wfjidl.v lair, warnfi; 'Ihnridav prulaMy lar. e arnir liH'. I ST N'A Weilneada lair, warm tr In north xrtli,, ; 1 bulkiUy lit, warmer g AltKANStH Wfdnra.fay and Thurt tla fair, warmi-r rV TKXASe fednea4ar f.(. wanc'r bi hitrrtur; Thnradav .ari:y rln'iilv warint-r p, intrttor.. w KHT TKA AS: A edneadae fair, wa-inrr ei'w-til in aoiiibwflal portion, 1 rnir1ar proLal-iv fair hA..-'AS l.ir Vlnra.tar a-id bmhali y I hnraila) ; allhll)r warionr Vt ailnaadar. 8TRAWRCRRT DHORTOAKB. I lit lo a. Hie juirra in a aaarlri Ootid atd ivmi, 1 don't want my atravthprrr ahortrakn alandlfic "tiff and prim and nt. Cut preriael, t a niraiura lia a ihurrtt'a rnrnrr tnn. Lai ),a men wlio want tt that way rlaira my portiun lor II,, r own 1 ritin'l IUm the marhrt ahnrfeaha that u l-l for aordid pplf. I want ih hiti an l Inai lona kind th niiMti tnakra liralf. Th hotel rhiif ) .fan-f, ha may trim It lip vrlth rrram And mar mlk it look fntlrlnt, hut lhi-r iiomnn to (he n-h.m ll mar hare It tar with l,rrlra. hut hia art haa rone to watt Thnuth h,a wort may look lika Ihorf rakr II haa Ion thr rra! lane. Bo i Irarr that pn tty nuitita m tha hotel kitrhen el, e 1 f And al tha )u,rr prcdoft that lha aiiaaua makei htraalt. I want tha atrawbarr, horlnake that haa cauiht lha hrealh of aprlni II maT not ha murh to look at, but I tail, rmu It ' the thlna. lt ma hara tha (rlmaon herrlaa ariakad and awlmmlnc In tha diah And I'ra fni a plera of ahnrtraka for which a'l tha roda mlihi wlah. I don't alth ttf tony paairy, but I am a Bradv elf Whn ronfronlad by a ahortaaka that 7 lha mlatiia makaa hartelf. IWil.V, IDia L- - .1 i n . 4j .r, ...... .... , r,u,.r .,,. fAVIRli BRIEFS FAIL Af.AINfT TOI.KM. ( wahbaw, Monaay, .May 11 me t'kralnlan offerurtve acalnat the Poles haa been completely broken, according to an official communique laued todky. After hard flghtlni the J'olea occupied Rallca and Nova. ajolkl. Tha Vkralnlan loaaea were extremely heavy, PFRSIIIXC'S V1KIT TO LO.MMJN PtlSTPOM'T). LONDON. May it The propoaed vlaU to England of Oenera) T'erehlUK. the American commander In chief, hal been Indefinitely poatponed. It la Inferred here that thla poatpone ment la due to the official view that It'would be Inadvlaahlo for the commander lo leave the Hhlne until the (lermaju had alrned the pence treaty. AM P.IIIC AN HTF.A M KH KINKS; (ItKW HKFf. GOTMENHRKO, Hweden. May JO The American atnamer Ike I'laelil atruck a aubmerged mine near the laland of Vlnaa nar here yeaterday and aank In five minutea. All thoae on board were readied. i, IIH.IAN CIMMS. Br Tha AaaoiHaled Preaa. PARIS. May 3D Jonkheer Van Knrnebeek. the Dutch mlnlaletx of foreign affair, aaraln appeared be fore the council of forfclgn mlnlatera today to'dlacuaa HelKluiil a clalma aa they nffoct Holland. The pualtlon of Holland In the rontroveray ap penrn to be abaolutely oppoeed to apy territoty cnnceaelona to Itel jflutna. but ehe la wIIHiir to admit of iirranni'inenta fur the ue nf the Mens,' and Scheldt rivets by the IIHitlatia. Oklahoma Troops Start Home; Ninetieth Is Leaving Germany PfiKST. M iv "tl --The eteaineis Kotterdam, Fin In ml. Mobile and N"W Jersey are sailing Tor Hie Tinted States tivl.iy from tins prt c.irrMng more than Jo lio trie p This com pletes tnc emlia: katmn of the SO'.h dlviili.ti in, 'I begitia that of the ailth division, Texas and Oklahoma troops. rt Tha Aaaoriated Preaa ('i)HLKN, Ka t ut d a v May 17 Tho 0th division, romprled of na tional arm v from Toxas nnd Okl'i hnnni nnd sevmi! i ejilacenien'a. chiefly from New Kntl'itiil, t'egin tnovinlr from the area of m-rupa'toii today frmii Hrest preparatory to sail ing for home. The 143rd inf.irtry emtarked on the Finland N" I"" tlrin 107,000, y i, froops have I n put on transport. at Ureal since M iy . The territory tuinfr vacated bv the VOth Ulvukons and uilavr dlviaioiui Ka r 1 y A rri va 1 s' Su r pass Kxj)(ictations of Lo cal Committee. SESSION STARTS TODAY First Meeting Will He Held at Km press This Morning at 1). With the loM.vi of Hotel TilNa fill.d wi'h tho n,t Villi,' cil Iftlair,! of I the, i ikliihniii.i I'.anki'ra ir. u'lHtloii Hi" i Xii'cta!iiiia of the lunil ,-,,in tiillt.i' on the nunmber "of cily ar rivals were aiirpaaaed and the lar xt niitiibcr of vlaltora had ,; 1st r e,l lale TupNi,ty nlKht than at any other i-onvi-ntlon helu In tho atate. More than 200 had arrived bofore mid night ntid the pioMpoetM for the larK cat iitti'iulunce In the aeaoclation'a hlhtory la unnireil. , TM'l Imiii hotel will be taxe.l to iiipiclty. l(..'i,MlH for rewrvatlnna to, ehe. I TiieMilay nluht )iad eiir- puHHi'd the number of room arc moilatlona nt the .mltiig hotela and a rommittee of five men were "burning the wire- of at hotela In th city aoeklng accomodations for the vlaltora. The f I rait gun of the convention will be fired at J:J0 o'clock Wednes day morning when the delegnlea will aawnfiitiin n th Kmpreaa theater. The meeting will he opened with an Innovation by Itev. J. W Abel of the Klrat .Methodlat church. fol lowed by an a .litre of welcome by H. II. Hogera, prealdent of the cham ber of commerce. Th addreaa of welcome will be reapondeil lo by 1). N Unk, president of the Com mercial National bank of Musko gee Chorus miilc will be fiirnlshed during the Inaugural eon and will be under the direction of Frank H. Finch of Xanana City. Missouri. Addresses will be delivered ,v Ouy f. Itnhertson, cashier of the First National bank nf iJiwton, and presldeht of the aseoclstloti and ft. D lleckley, assistant cashier of th City 'National bunk of Dallas. Tex. Followlig the program the first business meeting will bo held when the members of the different com mittees will he selected after which the session will arljourn Until 110 Thursiluy morning. Ttlilei F.TOrywIirm. The afternoon will he devoted to a baseball game, automobile rldea to nearby oil fields and other parts nf theT surrounding country. A golf tournament will he held at the Coun try club from I SO to 1 o'clock, after which a grand ball will be given fnt all member of the Ntsaoriatlnn at -30 o'clock. Free tickets will he given to all the delegates, which will admit them to all theaters and other entertalnmenta during the conven tion. All the hanks In the rlty will he closed In the afternoons of both days while the convention Is In session so that nil local bankera will have time for the reception of the visiting guesta. No visitor will have to walk to any part nf tha city. Kvery available au tomobile will contain tags "C.et in and ride." No questions will be aaked If you are "tigged'' and have the pass word when you step on the running board. Work, time or money haa not ben "pared by the local bankers to glvo the vlBltor the beat entertain ..,.n, I. a, Tha en 1 .... ....... ing committee una arraiivp, so mat tns memni'rs win i not have to abstain from a bit of pleasure nnd they hsve provided a splendid list of special attractions During eitnelay arternooti . t.. Lewis, vice presedent of the Lib erty Nation"! bank, will exhibit some very fine horses. Including Ati'inl King ,a world prise winner, champion five gated saddle sialLKm. champion five-gated saddle' mare, champion fine harness class snd champion fine standard breeding class These horses were lait shown In Chicago ami Louisville, Ky. Ms'e.l to m iet f,,r I'rini e before J'ine I is l,, ii,h- i il .-n over .y mllitsrv police wt,o will p.'.ttoi the ri 111 M l. h.ghwavs and !, and will keep an rvii on rotuliiions genially lis a p'-ccauM'.nSry move Sgmnst my' military irioi emi-nt bv the Herman" t The artlllerv and other lieavj be- lotiginga f the depae'.tng divisioiia Is being Kent down ihe Ithine on l.arire- 'o Antwerp, where It will be1 e,,t boo,,, on t.-.i u,er Material of i no mlli'arv value is l.i-'ng sold !n I great ouaotlties to ihe 'H im It ct,'-. VV abandoned .iern,..-. armv I truek tbouMinds or pounds of d PI hl'ler Salvage,) ttom so.- .hoi" and horses and miilee by i n-rs' il... In tiJeils According to pre-eft p' ins on'y three Aii.'rtcnn d, !.-.i..n.t win letni.n In the nrei "t " ' -i P i : "n ' '"' How ..'i'1'i thev "in il"!" U" pcmls on the r.-aults n' eiH.n!reM transporiMtlon f.ici.iil.-a and oilier ai t uigeiiicniii JH tu be maJ. END OF WINNIPEG WALKOUT IS NEAR DeiuUtii'k Continues Hut Steps Are Taken Looking to a Settlement. UNIONISTS WILLING TO TALK Heady to Take Means to Kml (iVneral Strike If Recog nition Is (liven. MARTIAL LAW RUMOR FALSE Soldiers Coming Are Those Who Return From France; High Officials Coming. WINM-.l'Ki), Man . M iv I'D Im portant development,, bearing u . . n Ihe geni'ial Httike nitiiaib.n In In lupcg came I., tin- em face In rapid ancccMs'on today Although the dead lock between labor and lndiiKtrl.il cmployelH will enter lulo ltfl flflh (.unlit without a ilrclslun, tlu-re were siRtin that the marking time period wan rapidly coming to an end. 'Id I Itol'ei Is, m, iiiinlnler of la bor for the Dominion; Arthur MelRhen. federal minuter nf Ihe In terior, T. C. Muti Is, premier of .Mani toba; Thomas II. Johnson, provin cial attorney general, and Mayor Charles F. tlray all heoumjiroiiil- nri.iy nun puoitdy Identified with the eirori t0 bring about uraca hv adjustment Mayor firay told the council that a combination of clrouinatancee had oeen responsible for a mistaken im pression throughout Winnipeg re garding (he city's attitude toward the union furies The mayor sul) lhat when the general atrlks was de clared he gave tha central atrlke committee to understand that I., w and order must be maintained, and lhat no suffering from lai k of food should take plane. The result was. Mayor Oray staled, that cards weie prepare,! for union drivers of bread and mlik wagons, that the movement of these conimodltlea w;ere approved by the union men. The drivers tacked the cards to their wagona and automobiles, Instead of keeping them for presentation If the vehicles were stopped. The leading atrlke development came In the form of conferences be tween union delegates and .Premier Morris and other officials regarding the officially announced wlllliigticas uf the union men to dlseuss settle ment of the strike on the heals of general union recognition and rein statement of all Idle men, be,. who were employed prior to th gonoral strike. Winnipeg, which has been calm since the general strike began, was on the verge of excitement thla after noon. Various reports that Domin ion soldiers mobilized here would be ordered to patrol the city kept large crowd moving through the down town districts 1ate In the after non when toutlig automobiles speed ed along the main, streets with sol diers arriving In Winnipeg from Franc a report quickly spread lhat martial law had been declared. The Incident was soon understood, and Winnipeg residents wlp have been deprived nf al metropolitan conven iences except food necesaltlea. da elded that no aggressive action had been planned for today. If 'ant to Know About Americans in Russia W'AFHI.VOTON', May 20 neaolu tlona asking explanations regarding American troops In Siberia were In troduced today by Henator Polndex .... 1.,, r. t tt'.-l. i", ir.j ... Senator Johnnon, repiibHcnn of Call fornla, and He.resenta:lve Kmerein. republli-jin of Onto. Tlioy ak bow many Americana are there and what military policy la being earned out Senator Johnsons resolution par ticularly naked what It wan proposed to do with Ihe s.OOO regular troops now being recruited for Siberian duty. Senator Gore Mau Hold Up Ames' Confirmation WnrM'a V'a.hlntton Bureau. r.i it.u'.ii-i. W ASIMNOTON. May SO. -Senator tiiire ti.tiirtt declined to comment on the ri port which gained currency today that Tie would hold up the con firmation of Judgo C. IV Ame of ilil ihfinm n asslMtnnt attorney gen- er il. I he I ikln Ii. una senator can, If li.. ileHires, prevent the confirmation if Judge Ames, and It Is no secret tb.it there Is li'tle n.ltu.r itiiui for the (ikhihotna Cl'y man uion the .:,rt of Henator tlutn It i'l exoei' i ta'eii,, nt on the matter within a ii.iti-inrM on the matter wlhln a ,lay or wo. - T' . . . unils-Tlnml Pri-hysi.-rtarva f nd. FA V KTTK VILLI-:. Ark . May to The (Mh irebetai saaembiy of the lini oerinnn I i "mi) i-, i n cii'irrri an. loomed here tnilsv lifer raiding a i tu n, of t r. 0 tl 0 0 a ruin, I or aiiieiiun ss an nunuion lo ' r endowment fund. Ileaoiutlons were passed providing jf' r the ent7iblahment of a ,-' in the t ln-'il'iplra 1 seminary ar Chatta . iioora T'Min, ant i.-'i , i. ' It n 'h r.. 1 i.it.hsliitK'iit of a chair of higher tritn lem In the thcologicul seminary. IMP . Qffc T T i o w ord Kcei ved oi Hawker Search Soas Hut Find no Trace of Daring Australian. IS GIVEN UP FOR LOST (Generally Conceded That Leader and Navigator Die on Trip. RAYNHAM WILL TRY AGAIN Hopes to Repair Martiti jyde riano and (Jet Away Early. Ht The Aaaorlated I'lra I.' i.M" N. May fo.( p , y I i to this hour there Is no word of Hawker nii.l ),ls navigator Orleve. Not a, single report has been re reived from any of the nilmernn airplanes, destroyers, mine sweepers and lurbt craft rf nil decrlptlons which are awei-pug thn seas off Ire land KT .JOIINH. N V.. May 10 Prwderlck P. Ilaliynham. the iTTltish aviator, whose In'bnilon to attempt Ihe ocean flight simultaneously with Harry O. Hawker. belleve,l to he been lost at sea, came lo grief when his Martlnavde plana was wrecked while running to the "take off.- an nounced today that he was In the race again for the first non-stop ocean air cruise.. Ilecovered suf ficiently from Inlurles suffered when his plane rollapend, to leave hi bed, Itaynham aald that the ma chine could be rebuilt with spar parts at hsnd here, provide the motor waa In working condition. While th llandley-l'alge and Vlmy mechanics are assembling their hige nlfichlnee for the Atlantic "hop" the little Martlnayde will he remove) from the lent nn the ainl. f dlvldl fled to town for repair. -fttudy of weather maps today showed th growth of the atorm which practically yrncked two nf the American seaplanes near the Asore. and which may have sent Hawker and hi navigator. IJeutsnant Com mander Mackenile rirlnve, to their death off the Irlah coast Tho original limited area of nprelnn off the Aiores moved northeastward mush-ronmlng a It progressed, until It covered half the Atlatitln, reaching almost to the ahores of Ireland. Despite the possibility that thn Sop with expedition went to Ita doom In this gal, some aviation gnd wire- leu official held to tlss theory that Hawker had fallen Into the aea be tween Newfoundland and the trans Atlantic steamship lane. - supporting their contention with the knowledge that none of the many vessels team ing arms fh Atlantic had reported sighting the plana or hearing I'a wireless. TULSA REALTY DEALER HURT IN AUTO WRECK A. K Itarnca. B North F.lworxl, painfully Injured When Auto Is Hit by Ntmet Car. . A. I Ham. 811 North Klwood, la In tha Oklahoma hospital with painful Injuries a a result of an ac cldent at th corner of Cheyenne and K.nstoti streets about 11 an o'clock Tuesday night. While driving West on Kst,un In a Tulsa Four au tomobile Karnes was s'ruck by a esiiithbound Main street car 'and bin led several feet. Mowbray's am bulaxiie wim nil ii , ii , n r , ( and he wan taken to the hospital. Ths wa'.jit of hla injuries were not I known at" n curly hour Wednesday morning, but It was not thought tfiat hi Injuries were serious. Ha wus in , a painful condition , ! Ilarliea was drlMng West Oil Fas ; Ion 'reet and the e'reel xir ts.iai kolng south Th street car w an j Iopod as soon s possible hut too late to avoid the uc, i.tenl. iiccoi.iimk ; lo aeveritl people who weie nil tin j street car at the time Ih liu tun' na a total wreck i Mr. Kitties Is a Tulsn re.il'yl dealer. i AMBASSADOR FROM PERU WELCOMES PART OF U. S. ' N l:W I illK. Miiy in Peru's first ambassador to the ringed Stales. I if. l-rnnels Tud'm Van-la, us the guest of honor of the I'.in-Amerl mo sniietv at a luniheon today to w-eieome i,la to his new post, de clared that "1'eru inraiders with sin. cere gratification the deolsive part which haH fallen to ihe I'li.'cd Hlales In the firoci'ss of world construe, thm " "None may question the authority Willi which the I nlted N'ate today addresaes the world" he sold "ltn e th.ei a utborli y spring fntmi the mo' evident Impartiality and from th" clearest eni of the rluty which destiny has conferrad upon thin rn' detnoi racv , arid etlll .-s i a n Mi;,' authority be disputed on thla con i tlnent." ".r31 raK lK NC-1 Commanders Have Ocean Flight All to Themselves Ahovn lirratrnant Oommamler A. CI. Itesad j IMow I.lcuuiant K. K, MUino, pilot, al , a, i " With Harry O, Hawker, th dar Ing Australian flyrr mlaslng In his ftopwlth plane after starting an ocean flight, Commander Tower ending hla NC I hum dismantled. lha Ni'-l sinking al aea, and th Martlneydnj, plarle In "which Captain Itaynham hope,! to fly across th ocean wrecked, Ctfinmander A. C. Head and hie pilot, F F. Btons have thn ocean rain al to Ihemsnlve. Th NC-4 In which thy ar flying la at 1'iilila del ilada reinly for tha lust b'K of the flight '" Lisbon. A sulking feature nf the situation Is lhat Head with the eaceptlon of Captain Haynbum was ths only on having trouble getting away, and It was thought for a while he might not be able to fly. Ha had troubles with the engines of the plane In starting from Hockaway Teach but reached'the hnpVlng-off point a fw day aft'fcr hi coiiimaruler and asso ciate had mado ready to start across, SHIPPINGBOARD IS SHAPING THE POLICY WAfHIN'iToN. May II An In vestigation "f t tin shipping board and of the emergency fleet corpora tion, for thu- purpose of gathering Information to provide legislation for a permanent shipping policy will bn undertaken Immediately by the house merchant marine and fisheries commute. Iteptesentntlve tlreene, Mas? ichrtsetts, Its rhalrnuin, an nounced In tha house thla afternoon. O Presbyterians Arraign Elder Wilson in Asking Dry Repeal As Very Unbecoming President ST. Uit IS, May 20 -.president Wilson was arraigned tndaj by commissioners to 'he Ulst general assembly of' the I'l -esbylerlan chinch, I'. H A ." for re.U'lng cotiKi'ss to repeal or amend sir time pt ohlhlilon act nnd a resolu tion w.is i, lo.led lri',il,g l.otigi ens lo Hiistaln tne law President Wil son Is an elder in the church. A copy ,,f th resolution will be cabled tu the president. It follows "This assembly learns with p-iln thai the president of the l ulled Unites bus recommended lo con gtess th.il It 1 1' pen I n pint of v 1 1 in : p'r'ihlhl'lon. nnd In view of this f ic , we iii.swt nirncAtlv pe'l tloll longreaj thai I' no' only le tain ttie rrieMsnie, l.u' that M." measure le enfotied to the fin est extent to tile ltd that the needs nf tljs world for- foe. I mi,' be met, and that tie erf I o niv and moiaV of our own people l. pie- se lied " When the resolution was rend the coiorn leelonera a p p I a u d i' 1 for se veral ii,lnut"a Commander Head Has Ocean Flight All to Himself Now. DISMANTLE THE iNC-3 Towers to Send Seaplane Hack Home; NC-1 Goes Down at Sea. FLY TO PORTUGAL TODAY Lone Crew Will Hop Off From Ponta del Gada nt 0 This Morning. Br Tha Aaaoelaled Preaa I'liNTA I'M. IIAI'A. May JO. Lieutenant Commander Albert (.. Head, In command of th American seaplane NC-4, expects to start for lasbon al I o clock tomorrow morn I tig. WASHINGTON. May 10 Tugging at anchor In the harbor of Ponta del Oada, Aiores, th aeaplan NCM, th Ion surviving entry of tha American navy for fit at trait-Atlantic flight honors, await only afvorabl Waath r for th atari of th 100-mll dash to Lisbon, Portugal. , After three days at Horta, where aha landaxl upon completion of the record-breaking flight from New, foundland, Lieutenant Commander Albert C. Road big Ship flew to run la dl Oada today In ramarkably fast time, covering th J 60 miles. In one hour snd 44 minutea This waa at the rat of approximately It mile an hour. Hear Admiral Jackson In report Ing lha arrival of the Nl'-4 at ponta del Cads, said th plan waa "O K." and Flight Commander John II Tower tonight reported th plan In be In "excellent condition." Naval officials expect th NC-4 to get away tomorrow unlee weather Conditions ar vary bad. The flight to LlslgJ' should not require more than II hour After replenishing fuel sup plies and being overhauled In J'ortu gal, the NC-4 will undertake the laat leg of ths voyage to Plymouth, Eng. lund. The NC-4 was definitely mad th sol reliance of th Amerloan navy through a report received tonight from Commander Towers at Ponta del Oada, who Informed th navy de partment of th sinking at sm of th NC-1. and th commencement of the dismantling of th NC-t preparatory to (hipping th plan back to toe t.'nlted Hiatus. J'ravluu report1 had said the NC-1 was outside the port uf Horta In bad condition and It was iresumed by navy officials that her ow was torn out by destroysr at tempting to tow her Into port. It had been tnoiignt tnat tne Nt -1 might b put Into,. hp to resume the flight. PROFESSOR'S SON IS HELD ON DRAFT EVASION CHARGE NFW OHLKANB, May 10 Owen CsJIell, II, of tlarrlson, N. V., son of ,1. MeKesmi Caitell, a profeeasor In Columbia unlverstty, was arresied hr today by agents or th depart ment of luetic and charged with evading the draft law. Ooverninent iigunts claimed I at- tell left the I nlted H'alis during tha month of May, and sine tiaveled In Mexico, W. D. Johnson, of Chicago, anld to have been I t- lell'a coinpntiion during part of hi travel, also waa arrested on Die sums charge. The men fame from a Mexican port on th Japanese steamer Takuma Maru The Heverend Dr W. M Kind man of Columbus, Ohio, declared "such a stand I very unbecoming for an cider In ths 1", eshyterlan church, and for a men holding so high an office as that of preal dent of the Pnlted Htates." II !: P Prugh of Harrlshnrg. I'a , s'nte chairman of the prohibi tion organization of Pennsylvania, nsserted "this Is the second time Plesldent Wilson has soppe, In ti befriend the lPinor Interests and means Hie undoing of all that lias been ddhe " The rei',it of the temperance coniinl'tee re'iue.ted congrehs to "oppose nil i-'rotta to resell,, i any pan or war'lme prohibl'V'n to lie cotne effective .1 1 I v I " and advo , a', d si n : I pr-ihitiltoin I I .. : n, mi! ileplol I'd the IIH Of eiil.ilets, e-pel.illv hv Women, mid tinted upo'i Pristo lerlans. tint only 'he pel sonar'h'U -iie of !'. in, but the piouii'iioti of nil poKihle leiriIa'l'in as.Unst Hum. Ilesolutloria mi. sins' lvnehlitrs weie .oite,l In 111" r-po" "I 'lie eotirrltt.'c on ml.'!otis tor Iter. l"lU.,j Sentiment It Quick to Take Form on Wilton Recommendations. ADOPTS G. 0. P. PLAN Republicans Already De cide to Turn Back Rails and Wires. THE PROHIBITION ACT STAYS Leaders of Both Parties Object to Altering War-Time Law. SUFFRAGE COMES UP TODAY President Again Request Action and It I First on House Calendar. WAKIMNOTON, May 10 Pre! drnt Wilson's cabled meaag outlin ing legislation for th txtra ea!on of th nw rongre wag read pa rsley In th senat and houae today by dark, and arrangement wer mad by congressional leadar for ltnmdlt oonalderatlon of th vast legislative program, with th equal suffrag reenlutlon to com up t morrow In th houe. Maj4jr recommendation of th preeldefit wr for early return to prlvat ownemhlp of railroads, tel gtaph and telebhbnea, for repeal I of wartlm prohibition, In ea far a applying 10 of er ana wine, inr wom- ?n auffrag, telallalory tariffs, pr ectlon of dyesiujf Industry, and labor and employment measures. Th president announced hla Inten tion to (urn bark th railroad at th and of calender year. llepubllcan leader mat th presi dent' proposal for early return d nubile utilities by statements that uch legislation already waa planned. No Dm and Win rKspawl. Aa to th prohibition raoomniattdsv. tlon, both republican and demo oratln "dry" leaders jolnsd In vigor ous taimnta dlaeanllng from th prealdent s auggeaUon and prd Idl ing that no heej. U .l would be passed. Opinion In both nt nnd houso a asoertalned by leader wa gen eral that th ban of br and win would not be lifted. Presentation of th preeldent'S meaaaga was ths principal bustnee st today's eslon. Neither th Ma sts nor house wer in lon mor than an hour, th former adjourning? until next I'rlday and th hou un til tomorrow, tutor th president s meeaags waa read the hou ar ranged to tak up tomorrow th woman auffrag resolution. It adoption hefor adjournment, t planned. (Senate leadar hv prnmleed action In th up par body, probably early next month. Th flood of bills and resolution opened In th senate today, whll score mor wre thrown Into tn houae hopper, which yesterday re ceived about 1.300. The prlnolpaJ measure In tha aenate asked for. copies of the peace treaty, for dfl- eowT!un on paub nx 111TH ENGINEERS ARE ON HOMEWARD TRIP Whllo Thr Am Cronertrvg tb A (tan tie J-rniarallofu for Hugo Parado Hero Are llclng Mado. Romewhere on ths heaving breast of Ihe Atlatitln mor than 10 mem bets of th tilth engineer an other company of Tulsa' own ar counting ths days before they arrive horns. This company waa recruited aolely In Tulsa county, and went to r ranee a a part or tn llth divi sion. bevm week ago they left th army of occupation for an embarka tion point, and only th other day boarded a ship fur America. They are ei heduled to amy at Hobokeo um time next week. And then T That la ifhe question which Tua must answer. And tonight a meal ing of all aervlce men will answer lha question In part when a move ment Is launched for soother huge parade of thla city's own war he roes. A coiimilUoe will be named to wire tha war department at Washington to have the llllh engi neers routed vU Tulsa on tha way to the. camp of deinotilllzatlon, which probably will be i amp Howie, Tex. iither commute, s wll be apolnted to make uriiingeiiients fur the pa rnde. which is expected to be Ihe biggest event uf Ita kind ever held In Ok .ahoma. There probably are more than i OOu ex -service men In Tuiaa now. an, b the loi al billet of tho American Legion will reuuest that every man wear his nn'forni and Join In the pt ride nf the engineers, forming the l i t et ti, intary tutrade formation eier wl!inised In tne southwest. I "There N. fo reason why the Tu lmi rei "pllou for theae men who leprnt m ilfy rnontMs at the front should not bo ths greatest In the i'hv s his' ry." said Ie Daniel, tern poisrv elialriian nf the local hllle of th" Atnetl. an Ie-glon last night. "The die, barged aoldinis are for I S and will put It across In snappy ty:."