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THE MORNING
OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSrAt'LK
FINAL
luiifion
I o'clock A. M-
t s".-
V0L.MH.NO. 258.
TULSA, OKLAHOMA, MONDAY, JUNK !, l.H. .
-S PACKS
VKICY) 5 CKNTS.
TERMS ARE "PEACE OF HATE" AUSTRIA
luj WLAmmm
w.w r vay in
I A lUflirVktf" llll - llll llll
"SfffSSftnug p'Hungary Reds Slaughter"
FOR ARMED HELP; w ' i nun a
vv which auu iniuit;il
Home Wrecked lit "Red'' Bomb Plotters
Threaten'''! Invasion From
Forta R'l .i Lead to Flea
fur Assistance.
FORCES MASSED ON BORDER
Well K'liupp0'! Army of
KevMiith.nists Hoady to
Inv.ile Country.
U. S. IS INVESTIGATING
State Department Is Probing
Situation ami Demand
fur Protection.
WASHIN'iT' '
r.a i-!
1"
N.
June V N'lrnri
lnlted Fiafea in
In rope with o
fi mi I 'nn'n rtl'M
tit In Investigating
iiril f"
hrM'f n'! . v.i!'
T1m''' !'T"'"
tn Mtui'M-n. ;
Th N!'rirt.in legation here, In j
I ri'Hi'.'ri ' '"lay, declares that fnl- '
;:r. 'h cllapsa "f lha rfvnlu- .
l.,n in Co.'a llu'n, President Tlnoro j
hit massed 'K f"rrr on ihe fion- (
;.r. i
Tinnra, !." hroiher ns tnlnlntrr
! ir. In al tin1 head cf the Cinn
It ,iti irnv in ih fiehl. ha rharnTrit ,
iCal tha Ni.'iiiaKiians I f 1 1 the rein-
!utinniiiB. The Nirar.iguann have de- j
t4 tils charge aiirl cited Hint II
ii the ihrnl parly In Nicaragua. I
rtr.tfra of the o. Zolaya regime, ;
Irtt nt ovrr In Tlnoco.
In Mnitlni; Army.
?h. ; the No araguan legation
ll'lior,t
' "'yh''n1l!ijj lhat tlip revolu-
n :s '"s'i ISh-a which Marled
H"U' on' iin'iiih ago. has come to an
r I. that ihr defeated rovnl.itlotils'i
no emuae ,.. th Niearaguati hnrder '
. diaartned by the Ironlifr patrol. ,
l.lil ttia government of Nicaragua i
hn trimtatned e'tiot neutrality from
'ha h'fitinitic nf the r'vnhition nml I
Yu mphaflf fl!v -lonirfl having privrn I
ii.v nl t t ho rrvo I nt mn ims, i mtipral ,
T'.nw) Ht b'on nias.-liii; n hi? nrniv i
f n 'hj (rnn'ior of Nioannua. wltti
!' iniri of antininillun hti, hup-K-
of ! k!tt-!. It In known tli.V
h' !iu In Mio ilop it inn'iit f tinan
H'U f. inii nt f.u; fi iu iho frunUrr
ival 10(0 men uinl'T arm with j
nm h ti, lnado Nii ara-
fir. (.tart a rrvnlullun In that
fojmry
Ni'4-atn In .-ironrrl :h the ft- '
"nclil p:nn riKi:'si'. hv Hn I'ni'oil
P:i f"f i.tur-.i . i. ,n i.,.,- rrmn- ,
i!",:i"lon pf t". .ifvr 17 .-,ir- of tlio
rocimo It ii'l.ipto.l a
i:m':;' f. or.nmio Inn'.k'i't hv hi. li
'fi rnvfrrtr.Kn' r,,n ilflvn nn.lor arniH
J v .'"'0 n on .,n. Iiih no uar hii'lKot.
rnP' .'f Nli araeti:i havo n"
j"ttir':nl a' I'.nmic fi.;inwo. the
"tt1l- i,-if(.:iiin ,,f ,,o fnlto'l
.it 'io ,n, r,f it,,. ,t ,,.0.
wmlo vi .ir ! , -,. V .i ,i em plus of
Mo nn,
Hollore ,. nwo I'mliiMhin.
t.l,eo .;;it t1(, t;, r.
"4 hon !,! I'nitefl states, in
'"W Of the
X
Tin: WE AT II KR
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action ash inr.ALft
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toil.
Mr" - r.nnt .iihT .l'H-"lli
Wh.i
Ar
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' f'owort rr .1 t
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t ilrrn-n,
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i to
V .11 not fell
Our tno.ilil
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Th- ii i- . s .,
h.i Imigii l0 .
ft""
Mii-I hro II
M.t-l (,rn . n
Mull I., ml l.i, l,i
hot-
And f.i;M iti Hoodt ari'l lniot dr
Hill.
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l (i. rror w M r. n 4.n
t: ,r ,!. ..... , ,..,..
nun "I f ;) l Iho
V nr. I lll.i.r ith tt,"
IlBl
ttio Irilh
not !
rill
tor lA.Hih mrn
fur which nin
tho
III" I- flrram
tl! of' .Ian
'Til eot on.ni(;h lo know nd
r.ht
A'l Ihit it jood oor-li mun i rroiot
log . tro
V nnit l. .Irene an.l .f:!nt r,4
l.rti o.
Ilird worklnr, rialtont ami iloffnnnf 1
Wo cannot bv our drarna our froedom
avi"
Th. 'irant ri!i are quirli to sror
airain
In a'lion niu.f mi- pu-po... l. tn'd.
In rlfo.U of flr.r) must writa our
viral
Mint : r l hh mirttt tho vtnons that
we he'd
Or a'l our aora hava folic n t for wt
h't ..o
ItturH will l.lt.oni for hrn w'.o arri tn
loll
Whn ligh'a thf mro.la anil inirrli dar
h il.v
And wo. within whn-e . rr. la froo.lom'i
o,l
Mu"t ktrp th wfo-la of anarrh?
iii
Col'.i richt. l'i'l. t y K.l.'ar lineal
Ill-volts in Western Part of!
Country Kn! in Whole- !
pale Munier.
VILLAGES ARE BURNED
Communist Troops Holil l'p
pcr Jlaml Spreading
Destruction.
FIGHT IS AGAINST CZECHS
Hungarians (lontend Slovaks
Are Entitled to Autonomy
Which Socialist? Refuse.
Ilv 'Iho tvitod 'rt,
li:N, Siiliinliiv. .In n 7.
Thri'i' tliiiiifuiml ii.ijiiits, lm lilil
Iiik women nml i hllilri ii. lmo Ih i ii
elml or Iihiiri'iI hv the ml nrniy.
us it iiniM'iiiiii c of rrolt.s In
wi'Nlrrn lliinunrv nmiinil Oiilcn
hiirit, iiitunlliit; in tuna mnnhliTril
trtisluoilliy, whlrli linn Ixfn rr
rrlnl lini. The rutin1 llliigr of
Kolnliof whm liiirni'il.
Hv The Ae.iate. Prria.
IKN.A. staliitrlav, .lutie 7 Se.
vi'i fiKhting ih In prfiKtenH hetween
llu'lapent ami Vienna, north of 1 1
liati il.e, hetween the Ciechn Slnv.ika
an. I Hiind'.it Ian rammunial fori ea.
The 1 1 iinga rla na have roeeed the
Kivrr Nciiira am) ur threu'enltiR
I 'reneliurg t Poijunny ) .
I I lie poM'ion of the ( lei hii In Slo
vakia a.ao- more m-iIoim an the
Mimic ii .in ritnnuinlaiN have ln en
' u t tn k up the Slovaks aKumel the ! BURLESON GETS THE BLAME
Tim H unKHi iMPri .mint
f 7""" " " -,----, - - f -j i, , , , n , T )t, . i , j.. .. .. , mm... . . . , m , m m i
I Children ..f SI. ile llipi esr ntat h e l.ilin.l l',,,. li.... home at Newlnnvllle. Maoa . a wt e. ked
I hy a li.nnli The kiddlen wne iliiu'ii ft.un In .1 .y III e i ..i.-.i..n.
FLOOD VICTIMS Starvation Would Fol
IM MFFH ntT Ain ,ow Acceptance of
i
Work Vet to l!e Done in Sec
I tions Whore Sturm Took
Heavy Toll.
' FLOODED AREA IS VISITED
i ....
Mayor Airain Goes Through
! Section That Suffered
1 i
; Heaviest l-osf. ,
i
!HELP OF ALL IS SOUGHT!
i
Situation Too Much for One.
Organization to Hantile,
Suva Mover.
Thai ihere t! aiont need f..r
relief work amonH the flood eoffor
I ere of Titlii nod lhat the rltliena
Inf. the rl'v mnt twit tn. In that
I 11 .11 I.
. ' . n ll ll i l l, i ' ' . ' i-1 . - t .1 . r i l ' .
DISCHARGE OPERATORS,"''"-" ''" j HURLEY SEEKS FINAL
BEFORE STRIKE COMES! "VClTmL SHIPBUILDING MONEY
Wrwtrrn I'lilnn Itrleiinlnrt I m-i nmra
TliroiiKlioiii ( i. min t. Sh 1'ifwl
ili'tit In I ormiil Siiiirmi'iit.
WIRE BRIKFS
(llMI MT I Mix H'S
win ov i n y.i a n-.
I i pe
c(rKiivi;i;
R.irlati f omniums' ''
t ureil t he town ( l i
ern lliltmirx, iml'lit.
ft om Mi I 'I-. h .i I
flk-htlim. tl:,p.iti
i ' 1 1 r . I i '.
Idin-
'".rt have i up
ban tn lioi t h--I
of Itj.l.i pe:t,
r IW.l il i r, of
h f ..ni It, ida
he i . . i - v w a
to:
llll. I l VII. SI I VMI It
i III s VMII'IU , MNhs.
friotidlv nttlhlile thai
rrati )..., n,,,,,,, i .,, i,.i,,.
hi, rn.,-rv option for hulld-
tfjiecan-il thmnirh Nirarasrna and
cof,:nn ..f the two naval haien
1 ! hurn.s in nilnd that Nlra-
'll fntet. I .). Wiir ,lCnu (;Pr-
: 4 v in h.i-.n.iiivr noli it.rt iniir,! i :
hind i piotert Ni, .ir.mna
Ii:n.l j,,, f....r:B fnrH
"T.1," F" I "r i hoottle nrniv.
" Ina v .. i
.....i.m in n -
h " plan hv wh ii h 'ho
V'Xfo tia f-lfliiltv n.l-
": the I nlteil Stite-
; r o i
p-ove'..
I.I M Vi. I'eni. Si' it dav, .Inne 7.- -The
Chilean mall 'eaiinr l.imarl
e.ink iiri- toil.n nlur riinniiiit
ashore 4i it'i'es north of Kfon ninth
et ti I'er.i The pa -.t ti K i s nti. crewr.
It Ih reporli"! were ripened hv 'he
'eiuvl.iti i-'mitiT Min'mii. T'tio
i:im sotltht.outl I fit. m I'.iti-
hum fni Callao and Va ipa ra o.
tOH
''llnr w
' 'H S'.v,
'ii.
:s th.
1 l of
. r ti
inovai an I m a -!1
niffli-ient K iar.l
ptevit'! an in-
ANONYMOUS MISSIVES
MAY UNCOVER BOMBERS
NEW y(,,:K
In il, I, . ,
lit (r., ,
lnr nf
ar.
,1 I,,
r'fflror..
N" in th
;' -n..,..
"ir.as.iv
ir
fin' i,,
'" th.
tun.,-,.,
ir-ir-lt .
a
,:::mi., ,
""'li-a: I..
'"Ill T.r,'
kr off, ,
URSE
Inne S - I.e'terK i
l"i' portii'R in f .i i nieh '
'i'i'i of i adira I, who 1
K ' ' ', ll p the r" I i
' ' o'fli'l.i'.s in annua '
' !"K ik'ltoreil. it u.ls
'" 'h'p irtmont of .
'v '!" heniK flnoiled I
i- I' 'tors Klv inn f i In" i
' o 'nissivoM. howe T.
' ' imiIo it wa si 1,1 I
'hi' t h" Idem it y of
v " 1 ' 'I 'n the I : i, sen
r- ' ' il.L.shrrl ihiouirh j
'win. dirertor of the '
' '"' h will remain
"' i "rfor Wth tho po- I
i. iti vr v i i v v Tinti ivt.s
ki noi i: i-i:( i: thi: v i v.
-i i ! I-; V H A i ; IT n; s.i'urd iv June 7
lire-l l'oS'.:; itl'ho-i.l in th"' 'ri e'-
of Vienna tod.n and mil' i I" tin
luarlem of tho rnton'i- t , i : -1 . r i
ShmitM of profoi' wt't tulrl af'rr
a hit: ilemotie' ri i 'on . .if I, . ii th'
pe I o tei m. wire il iinilri'i .1 ,i . i oil
ing o illhp.l'rll e. e:i I hi re l tH"i
with ll.MiM.it, v i .loui.Ti.le I all I a
1 1 s'Oit ,'imi p.i.o'. i riiii; t.'i :ln' .
trim ito.iKa'r to j f i a i i tvi th'
pe.n'e irears in ii-. p?-it:' f-.toi
PRESIDENT OF RAIL CARMEN
REVOKE WINNIPEG CHARTER
VVASIIINHTi'iV -In'i" c M ir'iti
V H ill. (lreaident of the Itr.itliel
hond of Uaiiioid T'r i iiiiii'ii. linn !-;
voked l!i" i h i r' or of o lor 1 1 mil. in j
(if th.it nt '.. i' WminpiT. .m l i i
third at I'.dmonton, ( iin.iit.i. it w i
.iiinoli -ir."l it in eri. i n 1 . -I 1 i ' ; . . n
of I. a ho r lo i 'hpi'i " t "ii th" t" .MI'I'I
that a. iiir.i if ttnl; in. mher- in a ;- ,
pi opriat'tii; moi,o f,.r or i: 1 1. ..: nif the
"one hir union" whi. h Ins h'd
atliko now .r"HO'-i:l;t III vtv-t
Can, id l is a d:-' i'i:.ird of un
'I her heads "f intei r if mtia
are eald to ti" !'i op irit'k'
ordor.i a f f e. 1 1 ni! I to r rt a I tn.
i ..erlna
lhat the Czerha rertme.l to alve the
Slovaks autonomy mm also have lint
treated tjiem aa I. nil her. They add
that for one thoimand yeaia Ihr
Slovaks and Hungarians lived lo
Ki ll 't a il l .ehoill I ooli'lliue to do mi
I'ltiiotiMii Is at while heat in
PiaKiie, H.'f-oritinV? to r ior! from
Ule l ierll raplt.ll The pllile of
the I'reiha. it 1 leported, hue heon
h.iut hv the defeaiM of the Cy.,.fli
i loKionaiteh, w hi have Peon ti'Karilod.
eHpii'ially hy the woimn, an the
woi Id n Kieatenl e'lldli-l". The e
Kionaiiis. tralnvd In I'iuihi, have
; tieeil I 1 II IT Iho heM wolk aKalnaf
the 1 1 u tut ,i i i.U'.h. While the Cuerh
Mildieir. Ki iu-ialiv ate em lalisti. there
ali- n. in. lie 1 1 ions thai they have
I lid n lainied hy huh hey lam
' The I : ii'l.i pe.it K'lMrnnienl ha not
I yet liri'll lil.i. to eei'iiie all effective
. rinni i-uon with the liolMmviki n
I'ho leitlon of) Kiev I.eiHiihe of the
i ptesetii-e of the I'oles in tlallria It
is lupnrteil lhat the i ffectivenca of
i ili" H ie-i.n .-oviot nrniy againx! the
I; urn.itiiano in Iti'r.iai Hhla In due lo
Hi" fad that anioni; Iheir leadprn
no a lark,'" numhi'i of Herman of
ficers. It Is .e iai ed 'thai lha Cer
iimii officers have formed .n orHMiil
ra'ion in .--sit the hnlohevikl In lha
I'kiiiin. .
Peasant,. lchal'l.
I.'iMui.N, June -Aimed pi-a-
an's w Uvi ti'Vniti-il airanist the lluti-
j ii- i , in coin ii i u n 1 if n oyi'i n me n t and!
HiittK ir.au troop-, have he 'ii cnkMHfed ;
Jin hi-ni fikhliiiK in vvi.iern M'in
' II.IH. which liMlI'l d III the ilefe.it :
, of the pe.ih-i n is. an l!xchaiii;e Tile- i
j Ct I Pll l! I' p.l tell ffoni CII1;1 f.Us I
j I'liur thniisafi'l penitifh as-eni hied
I'll. Ia l;.Ml I i. 'den NlllK iSopnoiy).
I.efueen .:nko!;,i,rff and Ko.ierhnf.
j w It h I he oli ei I i.f !,Hla. 1 1 , k Ihe
ovic' k'ovetmi.eni Itt ( led n loir k
'I h. V Ifi'ci opted on the liiul'll
' in ii '. M I e:,ioi ff hy the communist
k', i:t;s.. i, t...in i i lenhuri:, ai nn d
''arh ait lilr tv a nd ma. hi no k'ut.-- A
PI ! ha ' I ,e foliow i il .ma ! lie pi a -.
; .lift. i'li' llr.M n l ack al.d e.lt
i o 1 1 . 1 . 1 1 in K n. let hut I'.v t hi i ed
, , a short si' k'.' I' is ,i I led K..'. '
i e hof was Kfotnie.i and mailt of I's
!(.OrtSll liofetLlcifc e I a il K h ' I ' 'I Ifle
ei-'ii,. i ledenhiiiK dis'ricf In. I.e. n '
'a'f-l ni a s ae of s.o- and u1
'll.iltltv 'I .. ' .1 torih p pi (li : i IflleiJ I
Vntlim-VV lilo Walkout l linly Vienna
of Self-Pniliwilon a-ft to Mrn.
Isaya 'I'hrlr lih f.
CIIICAIi'), June nepoila of
'Lecharife of union opointora hv Ih"
Western I'tibm Telrmmpli company.
followniK thi rail Issue.) last n;it!i!
for u na'ioti ivl.la s-'rike on Wednes
day of lelcitraph an.l Ii le hone em
pi"ea. have ,een reretve.l from all
parla of the country, S. .1 Konen
kamp, li.ti ftiatn.nal prenldent of the
I'otlllliei cln I Teleitr a phei s' I'nlon of
America, sa'd today. lie ai rived
ft'im the e int to lay and addtessiedl
a meeting of union men this after- j
noon lie said he expo. 'c, 7u 11(10 i
Workers Wn.l.d he .(ff.cl.d ll) 'Il' j
ell Ike
I hale teccived lepmt- lhat 'ho I
Western I'nion has d a. hurgeil : :,n of :
nui men in Ni w Voik a numhei In
Chi. -mo, (ialvesion, lunver and I
other cities, ' he mi id
"To the men at the meeting I j
ma'ed lha' we , i, to utrike In eeif-
defens., I.e. Iw of the taction of'
poHimas'fr HeilSrai liutlrson m jjer-
in ; t m ir our people to he dtachatged
riclif ami leu Million! giving anv
protection and (riving ma no chance
for a wake ad lus'meni or airang
Inif I'T collective luirg.i Initig toi l
them my efforts In the eaei hid he.'ii
ahsoltlfelv un irod ai" i e. .it.d theie
was li t Ii ill lift t.. do hut s'nke"
Mr honefikainp si!d eietvivheie
the ni e II I he fs .tie , i . -,i , ri hill, t h (
ill do ,'cl they -in 'o m ike 'hi
st I Ik e ( f fee' lie.
IT. PAS". Tenet. June .
Ft a nria.m Villa a lovrr of poai-e,
a haier of hlooitshrd and h familv
tnanf -ho wiahi a nothing ho mil. Ii
a,, to wotk all dav on an Ameri
can railroad tlifht-of way and go
home In h evening tn play with
Ina little nop ami continue Ina
rudimentary education, ntarted
when he waa a prisoner In Ihn
Heleni prison at Mexico Cly,
aoiimla like H paiadox
V i I that w aa the Villa of I '1 11
following his pa. 'ape from prison
where ,p ,;,d heen placed hv or
der of Men. Vlcloilano llueila.
After escaping from prison and
Menlon, , r...al.lv through I'uhI
dent Maderon nriera. Villa iinnn
to i:i Paso iiii.i rented a cheap
loom In the old Hotel Mrxnn in
the Mexican quarter.
Sluing In a Intle Meiicni tes
lain ant of t he h"'e, V Ilia told th
in son! con c.piindi ni of the As
sociated presa his , I, ins fnt i he In
line, his aims and atuhllioiis jjnd
also of hla xpeciaiions for a i..n
to he i.orn to hlin at the family
homo of his wife In st.m An. lice,
Chihuahua. VI that time Villa
wan known an a reformed han.pt)
Who h lil followed M nli'iu hually
and who had fought for Indepen
dence! and liherty for his people
heslde the dlmlnullle trvoluliiin
ary leader It was not until later
that he again won ihe ti'te of
"handlf hy his rai l on i 'oliinihiia,
N M , an.l pis Hllhseiiuetlt acts
' I am tlted sick and tited of
war and rev o u t ton - ,.n, ,,i,.
shed ' Hl.i s.n, ,n S('.tnisli Hs ho
He t ! .M.-ii, ( I, dishes set -. n n
the, llllli, i ,ife "
Who and What Should Decide
Vpiii.pilntlon of Sli Humlrrsl Million
Will liiiidi'to Vmi-rlian I'm
irram. Ili Ti lls (Vnimrsa.
VAST SUM IS EXPENDED
enrlt Thrrc lllllloii Hollar Will
Haip IWsnn hrnt In Hint, Whltsli
llrllMNl In Win Hit War.
VV.VSIII.VtlTii.N'. June II -Chairman
Hurley of the shipping hoaid
Ins asked congtesg for final aiipr"
pilttion of ii Utile more than in.
(nia lino to wind up the government'!!
ahlphullding operHtlona
This Num. he nays, a luallv la 14"".
iiini lido less thnn i opgreea already
has au'hotled
T he present tieeda of the ahlp-
I hi I It lug pi og i a in. as eh 1 1 1 man llnr
lev oii'llfies them, take Into con
sidei a nn Ihe i ii noo! la I Inn or sua
I'Mis.on of I'ofitin. is foi (','. I ships I
vi hull alotn vvlil i ffe.'f a eavttik of'
linn r- 1 1 1 ii ti f Mil, nnii. into The ndu.in-
t'tfS'loU il..l'.,ei Wt'l ho OfllV I .U
pel cent of th- to'al final expendi
ture When all la don., Chairman Hur
ley points out in a le'ter to Chalt
llliitl flood of the house approptU
t IOI.H ( otutnlt fee, .'Mi . V lif, f, 7 la will
have heen expended In the enunliy'a
g'eal effoit. wlihli will he shown
In I 3.t k.i.I in", d a. well; h I tons of
ships Although a cost of i'iiH a
deadweight ton is Indicated, the act
ual cost will hei en for the tiHsofin
he oll'llliea as fo'lows
l.reat I oninirt'nl Aasi'i.
Soioe wnphull'lei s h-ivc pail l!!n
the I lil'ed S'afes 'M Is'll'V lln'iitUC
and I'V'i.. profit taxi- .ink'i k'a'tng
II" a deadweight 'on otl II.,, v
s Is flu . h ive f..i,sii nc-d ti'h
Allies' Proposals.
; ASSEMBLY IS UNITED
Galleries Crowded When
Seitz Declares Against
Document.
WANT GERMAN BOHEMIA
Industrial Loss More Than
The Country Could
Stand.
Pi Th. A.-'"ats. Pr,.a
VII.NNA. Ha'iirdav, .lun 7. Tha
peace lermn presetted to Austria AJ
Impoaslhle and mean tha death of
Ihe iniinlry hy starvation, I'rrnldent
Scll declared in hla addreaa open
ing Ihe eall aoi .llnarv aeaslnn of lha
national aaaemhly to. lav. Tha gal
leries were filled and the floor inn-
was Keen In a vlsi! ihrough ihe flood
d's'tlct vesierd.iv hv M ivnr and Mrs
Chailos M Hirhhiiid nitt Mr and
Mrs II K C.irev lalneij a hitgn proportlun of lha
"The poorer people Hre of enurae . ,n,ors of the asaeiiihlv. IncludlnR
Ihr
greaiosi . euiiei ers. e.u.i i ne ittll
o.avor x n x isui ii rsciiium or inr
rltv and aa w inaiiv scenes that In
dicate theer Is still much to he done
to aid the u nf ml ii nn to nnea "
i itie of the sections of Ihe cltv hard
est hit hv Ihe terrific downpour of
prldnv la on Kant Third atreet. Nu
merous, families here are In want
for tha necessities of life Kiml,
heddlng and clothing must he pro
vided for them The slliinllon on
Kant Third street Is hut an Instance
nf.aueh runes tin oiighnu I Ihe rltv
where Ihe ntorm look I'n gi eaten'
toll
Pnnia famlllen weie literally nwept
out of their homes In one Instance
In the poorer aection of the city,
water had tulned nil of the posses
sions of the lumntes nnd they were
destitute with the exception of Hie
clothing they wore when Ihn ntmm
fo'l
The relief fund alarted hv It. F.
Fuller nnd Terry Manor of the I'nlon
National hank, and handled hv Tha
World and Mavor Huhhnrd. haa dona
much to aid In alleviating tha Buf
ferings of the flood victims, hut
mine help s needed
en. I the
Tha sennlnn waa or-
woman.
dorly.
Koielgn Minister llatiar mndn &
report on hln conference at frldklrrh
with Mr. Hennei, hrad of tha At.
Irian peaca delegallnn. Hauer, who
la not popular "her In Vienna op
In ! cnuniiy. and who In generally
leferred to aa a "hnlehrv Ik," wan
llslened lo tinletly whlla ha read
nl pngen nf manuscript
ln liirs It Ivan nf Hntr.
v
After iletlailng that tha treaty
was a peaor of hate, tha foreign
minister lelenned hln personal vial
of wrath against the Ciechn, who,
hn said, had taken all nf Austria a
sugar nnd other Industries Tha
loan of tiermaii Htihemlii lo AuatrU,
hn added, meant not merely tha nuh
Jedlnn of a, Mill. 000 Uermana lo for
eign rulo, hut tha losa rf tha moat
valuahle parts of I lerman-Auatrla. In
duslrlallv and ciillutally.
Hi Hauer fleclared thill lha pen-
i,U of II. To. I ulw. l.,.a. rr.tnnni
jatiove life, would never nuhmlt to
Mavor Holilmrd stated last night, thn peine leinia and that they, aa
that the nlluallon wan Ion much for well an Ihn Hermann of llnhemla,
n single ot ganlralloti In pope with, had the sympathy of nil Nermann
although nil wete rendering gieatj lie added that several montha ago
aid and that every iin-i inn help; lh Ausinaii government hiul nuh
In the work. milled to tha Hn 11 a n itovernmenl tha
draft nf a treaty under which Her
man Hoiith Tyrol would remain with
Austria constitutionally nnd ern-
nomlcallv. toil an a neutral military
Ih Hauer said he hoped tha
government would refuse to
liecuss the propnsil at Ht Hertnnln
Nut Ilini' Vcia ss lo Italy.
ENGINEERS TO LEAVE
FOR OKLAHOMA TODAY! r,x
I omilcilon nf Vri h of Triumph Is
I inn I Mop lii ArrungPiiienta
for I nlcrtnliinimt.
LABOR VOTES IN FAVOR
OF STRIKE FOR MOONEY
en t v ;i i
I '. t. II-. e.,
f "it .l-'hann--!
ft urns on
June y
He loil'IV.
n. ..i i re' i
the prop.
Th.
f hi i
Moor
if-Ii A
inr.. . i!i
I
to
la w
limn
FOR nierii , ,.J.. "'5UMl-..
--o.iuibHLD SERVICE AUTO THIEVES ACTIVE:
nASi;
n w ,
Jwr-mev-"ii
i. .
"a
l"
'I 1
I
June . iipp !
I' 1" lii iho nt of !
ihhc hy the w ir I
is the hasla for
' I'Ruished service I
l-ffrev an K.ngltsh
in A'nori.,,,1 Hod ;
'" I for ext ram d -1
''"ti While on !
-' '' was w minded i
'' !!!. hut e- !
r"i' 'though suf. I
hr dovoiion to I
I. -i
'I r :
s a In-
I if.nir.il
tike if trades uni'ii.s ni i oiirio.
in vi. ?h the ili'toanil f..r a i:ew Itial
I for Th"" i J. Mo.-ney ami Walton
i k ! 1 1 link's. ' roll V li'lc.l i.f p., r t 1 ! J.-l -
jt.on in 'lie preparedness iv l...inh
leiplosion In Sati l'"tan. ;s. o N
(letinife fig ures were g v e n . the to.
sll.t i hrlMK I'toiiped is f .!..ws I'.-ll
tu . no i s iii ef 1 1 ti , in r s. . . i . u or k t s.
I i . , I vl - . ,- , . r ii , n .... I. I .1.1 I , . I In
FORD CAR IS STOLEN!''--'""-ri.-.a.
'pa-liing Ira los, Iniit-hi'i mi,
" I pa ritors. hoot an-l shoe w.oKer a' I
I. t k i r s, 'ni . !i a'l in 1 m livnr, l-t evi -oi
v w ot kei s and eleotnciim. ca. h 4 'I
in I for tho s'rike, tneial 'i
eicarmakers ea.ll I 'I I" I.' ci.'-.o:
la ne. .111 Ir lie.. .1 In . pluri.l.. i - 1 II I
to i; I "i the citilii-, . irpi n'erv y't .. 7
i"d l.tP k la v i r . I " t x for ' h ;
s'-'ko, larl'ifs af"l J r . n ' l .-. each;
- 1 1. ! H- i ! - 'he -' l : he
Th.o anfioun. eriien' said 'he s'rike
a c ! he i on si.I.' re , at fl.e innve'.
lion of the Ani.ri an l, 1 rs t Ion "f
I il.or, wh'.li .pons at A'latit.c I'nv
S -I . on .Won. I ,,. j
A for a In
niohi!" thpv's In" in
last night 'ak'rg the
car hel.. ne "r f .' ; "t
North Itos'.n. w
the '"ti ; I on ir . n tin
Went Mr i '
In an . To: r .
thi' 'en hef.it 'In" j.
ini.li-.- cops i or a s - -i '
a the port her n pa t I i
vx ere uriah;-- I 1 .r- I a
i:ar.
f s" v . t 1 1 .t i v e a 1 1 1 '
.1 totlrlf
. . o r i 'Ji
he-! I
Hv II A I'M I J H MKNKKS
"Whc do you thtnk ahoi' the
Sp.ivinaw met prolei-t and ihe pro
p'i-o, hotl.i ,.-nii'" . ,i iHi'-'inn rhlt
li re's i,. l.i i ; v hii I ri.iirnniiiii which I
n opinion haa heen aske.l ,- piariv
"f mi ftnt.ili.
I lake I for gl nn tori It- C thito ts .
r .f an lumi ' iniiti in Tiil-i who.1
for n ii'.ni, i ti '. iloiihte t. s,nierlfv
of III Ill.iflVes. i,(- who IS ti"1 'llot-
oiigt,lv cofiiincod tha' I ihoiis.'i nn
l'.in:s.in vievi on the .--i:.o. i Mi if
ti. all irn- tit'ornners I a"l protcp'r Ii
nieiv .v a deep ir.'erew' o ,,u. . , n - I
.1'tful fown in I .- a close a-l.'i' i -!
o.-i-e 'o Xfiiofican 1'lo.iiM of rich' utid ,
wrrnii;. dc-lrih:o at ,1 uti.to'lra: lo
The wfi.'ie ,tie...ion hi- h.-en .!.. '
c'isso, f.ofii n.o' v:ovpi.n po
a i ' 1 . . 01 I. v po. i to h .. . i i Mi ,e
thoroughly familiar w I h tl a.n.'.i'i
hiit lln re a-e two a-p. c o of 'he;
nuev'.on. wh.h in mi' in.rd. m
t.ot l.l havo ir.'eivi'l proper eil.l;i j
s. s a ti '1 . . -tisi'lo ra ' .op 1
111 tvle fast p'ace We fall to in,,1 e
lha' pa'i n'le -etvic shoit ),- and
,lf i.r'nra'e a tr.'na- s' i.i'i- af ."
he i ii as (JurifiK' 't-e w i- . as far as
I I fit .-".'.,01110,1 , ' - I . . U he ll C.l , s i
0':e ,,f ll-e rii.-.' ,l0i.,lt:2 fi'tiMS f
a 1 "ar p . i ' I ' ' a : I g s W I a t
"V . 'hi I I O),o! li I v h. ,. should
It-k Co' only ll"W 10 I ' no f'g ''' al j
fei ne and nut fowc. I' i' how w:t
,' fii-it' f t 'l-o ra ut'-i, ihe r;a': n j
We i,ta g., tit th'ou.th ,, v. rv 'rv
W In
l Iri'o oil- ii t,l-,t an, Hr
nog or the, i hasv
shall we do w., ji
e. orioln , s ,i, m . it; ,,f
1 ti n I - 1 I 1 e s have hoe i) ... , .. p.
.- a ii -Is ot ia hn i r s ii 1 1 ' I. ...
'lie 111.!! 1,01. I e siipp H ,
I '"Of th III ,' i III he (I I. .Ot he.
sti i 'I w ilii we h i he ,.vi r - s ii. i
lll'e o
line pah I the
on I ' I i a'l".
weigh' 'oi, ,,is
t I I I i I 1 V III ' 1, , m
!hiil'l''- Tli's
a fi v ' i xi s pud
sol, ..in'i ir'nn
''" i , a ii 1 1 5 1 1 1 f
I ': i I i,' VI ll. I
. ..i l a li ii ' of J In a
m'i . 'ha' fi', n dead
lui n l el u i lied I" Ihe
in an 'a i . a'. ,h i p -;
.', does ri..' i'n lud"
In 'he hainllol of
who u. a M i '.. i' 'I I d
.1 w IC' ll g" I ft r o I : ,-
i rio.oiplii'.l Ov II
he
1 11 li
. 1. 1
.l.'l
' IV I
Iho a ti sw e i set rr
'live mom employ mem .v
ali Iho old n-iPis'ilrs tn ri,,
and if ta-i r v if i i ' e .i,
f. r 'In u
I ii fnloi st , ,,, t 1, ,. ,.
f
a . t 'in ; ,
foe' w I
In 'he w;r.','
l-i tl"W a p' i
m ' of ( e Vi
' W e soot
're ch'i hi '.
I'l W ' fl ll r Hi
of i tt; i
I a d. itn
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li p' a v .1 a 'i
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l-oli
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ll
a " in.!;' i'f
; I, '.'i w in.
,-!il f..n as 'li
ttiriii r l f f h
r -so ri r la I p . I
ill a f) d W h e
,U' ', i'l f ,f( ; I"
.pl.
o i 7 '. n ,i . . o
I'lo'ial eh.pi.i'
, y.'k f"i 'i
, I I WO h I V O . ,
l-:"i et A. Ill
a'l.o, an iff.o '
Nn nfflHnl aiinl rrcaritlnir tlir
dale nf jlho I I ltd rnglnii m lenv
lug lamp Mills hail liisrn ril'clvl'd
al n late fnmr last night. It In
thought the Iki will leave cninp
I hln morning'.
.1-' . .
W'l'h the completion of the nroh
of triumph, which Is helng eiecte-1
un Main hetween Thud ami I'oiMh
s'ioois, Mond'iv night nf Tuesday
Him ii 1 1 1 ar final at rank' moots for "i"
lo'i'l'lull to ho given I . . ni p , i;' ll
I ills,,' I oven (f the I I I'll MiUl'ieeri
' ( when 'hoy arriv. Iff the . ify piiio
- ahlv W ednesdav will he clnpl'". I
Commit' .' I w ll h h we ppo I II f e I
to ' i k . ihsri'e ti' i.nti.'H ' I e 1 1 . i i '
men! of ii. e n t e 1 1 a I n in o n t pr. gram
i . poi r e,,t t() Ho; ace 11 u, in . "in ma n
.Ian I o f' he f a -on post of r he
Atner'.an l.t'l'li.tl, w h . h w;:i hivo
i otn , r i e i ha ' k" " T fl.e f i ii't' a."
.',!' a t , I I ', , 'hi' e . to v 1 1 1 1 . o ie ' a , I
had l.oo n ' i !-. t ii i a ' e nf i ' -I 'hi' ' "'
' ' ' Ii ' :ori w ! : t I ri i" ' i
I ' h
I III
Tl r
I.'
I'M (I.
I l.l 'he )
. I s. v In
and th" e w
I tiev hue
I .s 'I t- ).!
. 1 1 a ' 1 . s 1 1 1
llciuU lo lit ilfix Paiudo
HI 1
Ito said there was danger of an
Irredeiiila movement in ilerman
ii I li Triol. lemarklniT that tha
Herman people might hopn gradual
ly lo win the friendship of Italy,
hut It would he a misfortune to lioth
If tha annexation of Herman Houth
Tyrol prevented this
Hcg'irdlnif western Hungary tine!
the fronHern of farinfhlii ati'l
HUrln. th" foreign minister added
Ihe A il at i I i ri peace delegation would
propose plehlsclten under neutral
control.
Auolrln. he declated must nlso
hive illicit i ommunlcnt'iiyii wi'h
I'alv foi iiunmerclal rensonn
PUSH PEACE "LEAK"
TASK OF SENATORS
N ailers nf Holli ,Mdcs llasclarp Thpy
Vrc Vnih His for lincsilirailoii lo
l.ct I inlet win.
VV VSHINHT'iV. Junes Cnngiss
on'io- the f.o.r'h wool of the new
- 1 - .-'.oi ton oifow with l.ro.idening
i'i..l':ii arid 'nui eased speed urnod
Ihe .. (a.:. I poncp treifv "leik"
. r i s' i i-a in ti ati-I 'he hill to end gov
eriiinin' (oti'tol r.f telegraphs, tele
pliolii s and i ahloa conHtllute the Sell-
a't-M wotk of piitnlpnl Inieteat thin
while iho house plans to en
iii a cleanup of a ppi oprlat Ion
I
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I'
'1 '
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l.l
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ir k
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h. , - ,,r ti .
'he ,,,-lt -.
I. ',. po,
I I. - : r, ' i"
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CI.'
nig 'tie
vvii In
'artiic touinrrow with the
!,, Jsfiii nnn nriii ,,1'mv hill
1 1 1 , e ' i e it!,iii,. .,f a; mv nnd shipping
iff ili a and 'he elt c'fon of Victor
If. 'rev. a,, c'alisi of Wisconsin, also
Wl.l he rlai tod hv I i un mil ! "OS At I's
It ee'.r.k' to'iioltow to make plans f'T
ih" treatv Imiuiri the fnreign tela
t . i i i . i ' . 1 1 1 1 1 1 . e iii i v .to i ! t ; .. ni or o
I h
t lo
l.-l
o If
'f 111
n t a nuhei
al work i.f
fit w ;t f" ssf s
e I! XloUs f"
run
I.. 1. 1,.,.
I" do
ru ind
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p'il'1'- ii'il'.'lei i,..w or m
I'l'll'e W helpef ,e r,,
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do If now . mil in fie v, t s
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