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RELIABILITY CHARACTER ENTERPRISE OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NLWSI'Al'KR A NEWSPAPER FOR I nnmp Ttrr.' itmmp FINAL EDITION A GREATER TULSA VOL XIII, NO. MX TULSA, OKLAHOMA, KKIDAY, AUCUST 'J2, VM'X 11 PACKS. rniCK r CKNTS. KILL FO R MEXICAN -EANDIT u- cssi YANKS NO COMPROMISE TO BE ACCEPTED IN LEAGUE FIGHT .Republicans of All Opinions Reject Proposal. DEMOCRATS BACK UP Leaders Refuse to Take Responsibility for Reservations. HEARINGS WILL CONTINUE Foreign Committee Is to Hear Claims of Many Small Nations. Wt-HlliNtJTxtN. An. Jl -The snmprorntae propositi to have the. senate aJupt peace treaty reserva tion bin keep them separate frum titr ratification Itself, was put aside Indefinitely today after democratic (drr had dsr.llned to assume re iporterihllliy for It ami republicans of all shade of opinion hud fciven no tic they rould not accept It. Amour the republican the de velopment wan Interpreted a mean ing the action never would be ought on ths proposal In lis prea nt farm', and democratic trailer giswirally ald they had no plana for ringing It to a vota. MaaitUiM, a whit hntiae in aoani merit and an eiesnillva cess-iion of the foreign relations commute relight to the aurfaeas attain two othsr lemic of the tre.ity fight, ho lorrr tn I Jul War. Ppsttdaiu Wllaon, replying to a Klaailun that ha mlKht put the osairy on a pc basis by declar ax the war at a nend. announced that he not only conaldsrsd hlmaelf aaverfeja to taka such a atep, but onaulnrvd a pear declaration either by hlmaelf or congress prior to rati Oeailon of th treaty would "pin a tain upon our national honor' by radlna; re;xnlbiltty in the. world rare settlement. The foreign relations committee lot into another argument oer prompt rorronltts action on the faaty, which anded by a drcleiuu. without a record vota, to continue lt hearing to rscelva the cases of th Irtah. Orwek. Kgyptlan, Uthu uian. I krainlau, rjit lion Ian and Ultiah race In every democratic quartar. In cluding the white house. It wan In dicated that the compromise pro posal aa presented yesterday In a raftlfitl.in h. Kns'i-ir I'lttman of Nevada, a democrat of the comujU tea, waa not specifically sponsored T the president, though It followed ftier-aliy hie suggestion to the mm Ultra Ttrwwlay regarding re.scrva ban V Hariri Hail No knowkiuTP. Senator Plltman Issued a 'a!e tieni saying the president had no tvrwielgs of be rsrailution ami senator llltrhcock of Nebranka, the dmlnLration leader, Indicated th.it In no sense waa th move Inspired W the administration There wiih no 'ormal riprnanlon from the while kewie. In Ma (tatement Mr I'lttmnn rid n Ma In preKentin the iiie;uurr !n expedite action on the Irrjiy H Inerated that he woui, ask for rtlon la'er. He, aritned that acci'pr ncr pf tf, rennrva'.lone proposed nli ,be italned from the nut ion ho will control the lenittie of n I tlona council, ihtia maklnic It poanllue ratify the treaty with the asnur nr that the disputed seitinnn of tk rnvenant would not he Interpret. "1 lo the dlsadvanLiKe of th; roun iry. MEXICAN PAPERS POINT TO "IMMINENT DANGERS" MK.XHIt) (ITT, Ann :i -The "in, of Melrn C'.ly lml.ii '"'in-i-d their appeals t tbe M't l - .pie "to rouse thetneelvee- ' o ti! i i-aMod an imminent dunrei "i tnr nun lew T1,w hrinf l.,!.c.n ma 'mm .j, orM.nnra nf the slates In governors of the slates In "tixin, Nenvo lofl. Uueru'aro. Yll- rasa Tahosco expressing all- WrV,f w,h ,hl. :rit,vh uriiiv nCer Urr. l Ktihmon" '" I'resldent . ,,,u. f,,,,,, ti. !.,, p,.it, n ..i"1. Ituirv, ii M I'eln ,s m held in .'..Ii 11,1'.. newsp.pers contained M,in,Bvn . T,A ,.., ,K . , . i , aaaer'.ini! hat the nl Ulll'll -me 'u' "1r",!r ,lrl1 11 secret nwi'it ' nlgt.t and Instructed the com ' n n foreign relations to gather 'l hnM1 1 . 1 ....... . . . ' - 'o. oe;ans concerning tne in - Ifl"1"'' ":M"!lon ""'I I" report. i'j'.ra, secretary of th trens ho it mn reported, had re. .,r intended to resiKti, ile- 1 to tile newsliai.ers Ml.!! he h.l I BO I 'r. li.ii f leavine Uu. l" Rep, ( tosh of Cerman Mrf American Sailor I'fNHA'ifN. Aug : 1 between Herman and Wo.;.1'''' T'""';'v at sf r r""''",'d in th.. wo ' ', A m. Ne iniltt i I l itis o. c i as. ill: t, I hue ,1: o t ,, f our sejpo TIIH WE AT II Ell Tt f (nr 'Jl M.i'-nnni, 90, i iri if ii o rti A') tior I K w . n r r 1K l.A IK'M . Kri:.r tnil -mf. I.'H IrHNO I r mI r fthil fl'l. rl.imt . r tidal t amW I I h u i tit r U r MJK -H-' KmIm ft .d H.lurtlaf, (r I f .ii U . hhmI f A r.f I 'IK X. tit. i HilufliJ. 'l ' I 1 r .oiift M-T I fi.U n Kinr4r, Mti'lr iNllt'r1 iiitt"tT .tniw)irfc K A N M A w fair irf f.linurJ wttti irx.' liiirjlnr ftlwtrt aixJ rotnt In f irrrvun. THE ciuNar. in rT4 ' 1 I'tMiiLvintwrn J u -1 ft t'IL. Ift't, If ti4 in j( ft lol r.1 thiff tr n,(r,ife.ir,s ihoofht ),'! Ma l,rt f ii u nift"7 ft wirniow pftnf rt ftv from rtHHii. Anil en hr lUtir nfhUir ft pm I i I ) U J-ul out l rvii. HiR pftrrnti un rmitdn ' I do a tn t iuir with h'nt, Thj d iMrfaWc-n .mti with puniihmrnt ftt,f tr ' u r Tf !) t n hi, Itul Y gi.'t wi lful Nj In trrh f im h fun, ho n"" ihon fth i nf dftTftC 1I dftinftcn htj ln tioiii 1 hp ntir hhort fttd'r "h tbnr S'ft'U iirnr h1 rftn i!f1 Ifinli f ft ht.d Mil btfti'i ! th'k1n up nw mittjitff hf Ao1 rrihrT rftUr.t ifiir dftftirgt in t.f;i Kfbert ff in Pot thftl wfti mft-if m ftfo nl Ff br ph m rri rt M kft rftfd Ui .( moi t ftnl bn fftiit ) jiil! knjn Th lftp"f oflrti iirint hit rtfttn with tjr'titt of ran Ami lh r.irhhri n rn-all with flr h rrf r h 1 1 )i h ((Vlrrt(hl 1 U I V by Kdftft' A iftt) EXPLOSION IS CAUSE OF CONSTANTIN FIRE V rs Lcrimis Kiilitnn of (.aa Tnnk Starts Mo.thH) tin at Hit twining Industry Threatenlnr for a time io destroy the- ewira plant, fire which followed a terrific explwaJon at the ('onaian tln refinery In Went Tu.s.i at o'clock yesterday afternoon, caused a loaa Mllmated by Kunena t'onaian tln. president of the concern, at MP.OuO t'ne S.00N nsllon lank of irsnoline esplodi'd nnd a tnnk of keroime of the same rapacity ;is ronsiime.l I y :lie fire line nuiti wne injured by the eiploslnn bill Ins Injuries ste rml iimal.lered srrioiia itt the Tulsii tins pltal where lie wa taken. The t() tanks where the fire orlr:riate.t were surrounded by other lank of oil and Ka"lihe. The pres ence of a larae nurner of lank rara In the yards handicapped work of f:re fighters The private ftre drpnrt nient of (he ri.f;(lrry and the Tulsa flr ilep.irtiiien' workllif tiiRe'her succredeit In preventing the fire from preailinr to oihrr tunks Had the wind I.e. n hl.ew'nit f'nm he north msirsd of from the south he frTe from the two Link whti-h were lorate, n t,r north ante of the vaids would have apre.nl to other tanks and the ileet nnllon of the en-t:-e plant would hay., heen Incvltahlc f.reiweji n.ild list ni"ht The elplolli.n. whlrh rollld I hear I all mer the city, ame West TuU.-i the l ijrueai shock feit In e!ii "'imtnit oil asmnttcred broadcast. It fell ..n the Arkniif..i.i t irr In auth 'luant'tU's ttial for a time It aermed that the i er waa ablate. Th clou. la of hla k emnse i ould be aeen lit miles around. t'harle A Helha. n laborer who was worklnir neir the tjuk when the ep.wori f. .urred. wa. thrown to the ground mm, I hutned ahoiit'hi. I.eili t hen ikeii to the Tuli.il ho pital It wa fniind that his Injure were in.t or a Ioim nature 1 4 aas reported entirely out of lan der las: niatit. At t n c ork the fire w;t entlreli over. i 'on t Imious applloiitlon i.f water to at! ;irroiindinn tattkn prr ven'ed their innltlon II was n it nei'e'jfckrv to ileM'ro anv of the tanks m w a-i f.it I'nnsidered "VVe hive been tjual'le to discover the mime of the expp.amn.'' said Mr 1'oiistantlu l;tsl nlKtit. Afer cnref.il lnve-tltlon It is thouirht that the i-uue of the eipui.Hioti wi!l always he a mater. HERO PARDONED IN TEXAS WANTED IN WASHINGTON At sTrv Te . rue : vm ...m .,,,i,.,, i,, i- i n,,i,i., i o.n. l i ..t i i... ... .,. ,i.. ....... ,,r Washington wlo.e he is w.inte.l nri a chii'tre "f I re il ii c I nl ( xt.a-ttt'o:! as it, e. I .of i Jo ern... I ii 1 hh to, I.I, on fie I o lO'lH I f.ot:l I h. Min is )..., , . an'e d.ll. tn.s on a Ir.-s tn a mnds 'Ht I H'lllild, W ll cross . I S, ., o Hart.or, . whete he w charge, aid 1 vl. -Hon In Ti celling ill ""' ft, t ll 1,1V '.la c r! cptl. 1 1"' I as In.soli en t. M s i ui v spy mm-" rscri'j All, gist lilgnmlst llclil nl t amp I nn is t liinhs 'Mirongli cliillntnr j S V tnti.nl, ANT 'Nl' , TumiUM 1 I. f it, f.o. 'cxas, Aug i '. ye A' i w alt Ing I t fo la n ir' he II I ant A S Veil liosplta es 1 1 1 In ' o tavrly f p UkIj.. 'i.,,,. ' w. 1 , ' FORMAL REQUEST MADEBY MEXICO FOR WITHDRAWAL Immediate Removal Is Requested by Capi tal Ambassador. NO REPLY YET MADE No Answer Made to Pro tests but Troops Are Still on -Chase. OIL PROBLEM TROUBLESOME Failure to Solve Question Strains Present Rela tions With Country. WASHINGTON. A'i( :i - Imme diate wl'hd'wal of the American tnii. pa now'V.u the Hail of bandits In northern Mi-xim was asked today hv Mexican AmhaeMMdor It'inllUa. who culled at the state department ti present a formal protest from the I urrania Kovsrntiiaol. The text of th protest was not made uljlle and offuinls would not dlscusa It further than to aay (hat no reply had been rnmle. At thn war itepar'nient II waa said that no niMltlon.il report on the operation of the American forces hud been received from Major Gen eral DU'l. man, romman.tlnir th southern department. Tlrs troop now are well Into Mexico and army officer hope that before returning thev will clean out ban Jus from the, stretch of territory JO mile eouth I of the border, where they are opr allti(. Sulmiltmt fur llrstinl. i Whether a reply to thn Mexican protest will b arm has not been an nounced. Nurh protests have been made heretofore without drawlri; a respoime. officials recardln them aa having lieeri submitted largely for I he record The Amerl.-nn force went Into Mexico on a "hot trail" seeking the bandits who hld the American army aviulots. Iwriilenantg Iiavls and J'eterson, for ransom and It waa In dicated todnv that he Mexican pro test would not haaten their with drawal. I 'ally advice lo the state depart ment ar keeping official here In formed as to the, s'nte of public! opinion In Mexico as reflected In the tiewsphpera of Mexico i'ltv Iteporti received today show that failure to lolle the pelrolenin plol'len.s l.'l III) t nportant factor In t Ii. pna"nt Hlralnrd nlitlons I.etWeen Mealio and the rilled Mtiites. Want fufliM( liangr.. The I nlversal Is quoted as saving that official opinion In Mexico de rn.iii.le a complete change in the eli Inet Kxcelstor comments on Am l.iiaaji.lor l-'leti her's extended stay n WashliiRtnn arid finds a connection between this and l.ord llarmsworth s recent annoiincemept that Great Hrltaln would not send nnv diplo malic reirientAllve to Mexico un less the latter country changes ! policy toward foreign capital or, u Kxrclalnr puts It. "until our govern -merit has seen fit to modify Its at titude In ri-Kird to foreign capital, 111 .1 Word, until rollgTeMS gives ef feci in Articie 27 of the constitution ami settles the petroleum profile " " In ahoihtr ar !H !e captioned "The Nation Hr the Appearance of an llnormoiis t'oriwe," the Kxcelslnr .sat's: "Among the oltncles to bettrr intrrnalnonal relation are the urtl.-le.H of the constitution of yuereuiro so Iniinlrai to foreign cap ital . . . The psiMidn-svlalitir at tempts of the const nut lor at conven tion of 191? could not fall to bear this hitter fruit." Tlwunand Citizens at Muskogee Are Called Out to Protect Carn mi "in: Vug :m thous- men of ' IstP 'l I'ir.i cOtlinilt'ee n'i pulii:.. eafe' wet.- summoned le'e tti.s li f ' .'t nooii Hl.eiila! off! i i r -i to n Oil of I 1 1 1 1 1 p I 1 1 v" tloti ,i: inn fol I Pi ll... M n t i ee iM.;e.- True' ion i opera -i, morn h w:!l I..-U k 'oinot r t; l tl. n i ii I Two A irmen Missing From Army Station At the Rockwell Field rl I 'I I V 1. I. i 'll . Aug I'l 1'ilocel A .1 Il.i-iliiti, r'liiit't'iti'l t i' the ii-mv aila'l'.n forces a' ilo.-U well f.eld, .North Island, annouti. I t, Mght two aviators f.om lh N o'h aero s.iii,!rn n,li h.is I I had bee., 111 ! -,t:K sin r ei ii o. ii .- ti ,i ti 's o , .or k . es, .o ,1 i e . o rsec.-i" , I ,' : - k 11 .Wa'.-r !, ldn.l'i. and U. II 1'l.giV , Tl' I Wn f I ser, ; an . of otineliy ! i -x : ' "V. .''-"' i"-1""-"! Here'n One Airman licHCiicd From Handita I I. lent. Harold C. rptrrwrm. IJeut. Harold (1. l'eterwon of Mln nixK.ta and l.lrut. i'aul II. Davia of California were the two member of Ilia I'nited State aero border patrol rec ently held for III. not) ransom by Mexican bandits. They loat their way during a flight and landed on Mexican soil Captain Matlack of the Klirhth t 'tilted Stale cavalry and liui men rescued the pair after pay ln( only one-half the ranaom money ORDER LOWERS PRICE OF GOVT. FOODSTUFF W ashington Order FlnK and Kmntl 7-ono INirtfl INiHt Itatr Into ffi-n on TuIni thtlcra. Tulsa'a pnatofflce grocery buslnea took a new lease on life ycterday with ths coming of order frpin Washington authority the local of I flea to charge only firt and econd l parcel poat xone ralea on army ur- Plus goods ordered through the post office for deltveiy here I'ndei the 'new ruling Tulsnn will he able to hi)v food from the supply officer a ' prices which are anywhere from sev eral cerit.t to several dollars below I retail prices i harged in Tulsa The riew rate will enable goods 'bought through the posiofftce io he i sent at fi cent for the first pound I and I cent for each additional pound, whereaa under the fourth XoC.e rates the fnwt pound waa charged fur at 7 ' cents and each additional pound at cents The postage on it 1 pound shipment will now cost tl 4 ss agalnt M 01 under the regular rate Immediately following the receipt of the order changing ratea a new price list wan placed In the lobby of th pustoffice and business I ex pected to pnk up materially at t lie pnatofflce todav Orders will be taken for rase and carton lots only, hut severs I persons mav order good In one name. If a whole case is not desired by one Individual irders lunar be accompanied by cash at the post.iffloe and the army foods will be delivered by parcel at th" pui -chasers home aa soon aa It arrive in (Tulsa ftacon bought from the govern un lit mav now be had at .li cents a pound. Including postage fro'iV Hi loins to Tulea Klour .ell at IT nr. per Inn pounds w ill A list of prices on the most corn mini nrii. ies fop sale' under the new : 9'. pIM.lge rales follows- heMi ll I- .e r.i 1.1 . . Meet, eerl .-.. 4 No I r.ra In rs.. Me' e.oi.r.1. 24 Sa 2 rail Ui . II... f .,,-t.e.l In e h rim Pi r.e Urr I....I. 4H V.I 1 r't IO r IW r.it.t '.'4 No J ;' 'I '..e Hrtt ril 1? e 'h . tn r. 1 1 4 r i in 'i I I "a I I I IH I I . s , 1-3 11. n ...me.1 t-erf. 4S 1 Ih r.iii to .-a. fit:'? 1lft.lt. eornrd heef 14 7 111. 'ft" rsr ... .... fie..,, t..fcr. A Nn 1 rftn. lo " lie.n. .ske.l. 7 4 n 2 e sr o rr ft. .n.. t. h esi ; I No 5 -n e rft.s I'.in. urn. if, en. 24 St - rft'.. . t'eri. wel. 34 Ne 2 rant to .-.mi ll.. '!rr I in l , r. I 'ierrie, e.loie.l 24 . 'P . 1 rftnl 0 M 'J 1 rion r i . I H f I t I'evpe' I. ft'lc ' t rs.s ... i rto-f inn lb hsr I I'ru fieen 4 S' So ,p Srxstslc . ... ' Ton-aUies ! So .Aff . I SI lo '.e 1 'tn. 'CI lo -..e HI l.lltsi: fs.f M. K I.IMHS! I tirs-s- n. I nniol lliu-k IVoin J-tilnsl Mitis vrik' Make lirnaira ItrM WASHINGT'iN. A u if. 21 The Vmcrlp-in p:u.set,i'er liters l-1'il.in,1. K ronri ia n 1 anil llsv forrio a.sj f rl, :h. S'. l.'ite wt'l .f., r . ii 1, en sio-v ".. ' (,,- r ep-i r- bavr I.e. p; ' r I. ,,ar, I n c n o , 1 1 ie- lien 11' I HS j 1 he V ate nw tied l.y i, tlrcannli maiiix. s, r e s t,. 1 .1 '. 'tip A'l t h" ln'.r i rta' ioii.il , - PROVIDE DRASTIC PENALTY IN DILL ON profiteering; House Committee Fav-j orably Reports Measure. . EXTEND FOOD CONTROL1 Legislation Is Asked by PalniQr; Retailers Arc Included." TO FIX THE PRICE OF SUGAR Department of Justice Takes Control From .Foott Hotly. W ASH Ni IT' iN. Aug :i Amend ments to the food control act Impo log a 1.1 OUO fine and Imprisonment of two year for profiteering, were ordered favorably today by the house agriculture comrnll tee. The legislation was proposed by A'tornsy General I'almcr and ex tend term of the act to Include among necessities "wearing apparel, containers of food, feed or fertillxera, fuel oil and natural gas." The amendment granting prlca fixing power to President Wilson wa eliminated upon the suggestion of the attorney general, who said ves- lerdav that ui-h power wa "Inap plicabln In the present fight against high prices " Itetallers, previously exempted under the act. now are liable to proeecntlon for violation, hut farm era1 co-operative association are ri entpted. The amendment probably will b conldred by the hour tomorrow Artlv cnnlfol of augar prl wa rnsumed lotly by th government through an agreement reached be. Iween the department of Justice and the food administration that license will be revoked by thn latter when it Is shown dealers have been profiteering Sugar should reach the consumer at approximately II tents a pound, It win announced, based on the ownrrshlp "f thr entire domestic mil Cllhln crop by the flitted S'alel sugrar equalisation board, which l selling lo refiners at 7 ?" cents pound lteftnera are under contract with th hoard to el1 at cen'a. less 2 t.rr crnl discount for cash Whole- salers and lohliera are allowed a! maximum of I cents per ln0 pound for handling and retaileis are nl lowed a profit i.f 1 to 1 ' cents per pound, making a fair prl. e II i i n's. except In ciines where dealers have pun h.tMct nt an "unreasonable", prli-ii, due to misumli rslanding In' the trade. When this I a fact, ai reasonable advance over the ctua cost Will be permitted i i.in rri it it m hi .ti. I'nrxns anil I'rtwefa of 11m Irlslimsn, IsNultnc l"awr, Unifies -a lest. tifltt.lN. Aug 51 The police hie afternoon raided the off ers of The Irishman the leading Sinn feln newspaper. The forms Intended for tlila week a Isaoe of the paper and proofs that had been run off from them were con f is. ii'c.l Extensive Probe Into Indian Affairs Will Be Started Soon WASHINGTON. Aug : I The house Indian affairs eommlttoe to dnv determined to make a rigid n les'igatlon Into the elate of uf fans of ths Indians In thr I tilted Stales. A a result of the dr. Iston I'ongreftsman Homer I' Synder, c hail man of thr commltten. iip poinie.l three s ibcommltlees and empowrted llli'm to go Ip'o rvety phaise of the conditions cr!.rg In the Indian htirevtu hit", '' 'o ehsl Ioim been dime and is how being dune f..r the Indians An Investigation ,: n'..o be made In the f.M and Hie mil. committee will go '. i 1'liwb'lskl and other tribal i en horns.. C.ngri ssmen !sio II I V K i 1 v "f I'eno' lln.-'ings of i.tliho men t.e.s of sup. .in 4 In ' 'k la- of I'.litf, aid O'S , 1. which will make lro pom Hon rxpe Hon I" line: ami I", till- t the Indian bo ,1 I'S e 'i - ,. .e Mb : , 1 1, - r lllnree Most f I he f this commit'". V ol Hill Sei plo d to an ex am Inn inlstratioii of t t wPi ,-n':i'' es of 'he hurra, i . n i rnl 111 lrl pipptiii; or w.rn. I", lier 1- e os' ti nd r, ii o !,e I, loves tl,tl,l" "f loliill I. I ftOO, whom resttp'o-ns l,'e heen luoied, end the number of rdovra used to attain 'hi-, r re in - Mil'. and how best to s'eik rolls nnn.v-eer.arv ill' ul, . ftimt the ,ih ami em - plo ves i 'oriei err-men fhodes i.f M SoUM. I I ''I ii. in I' x of ' ' w Vi.'t and Ha' den "f Ar.xma make ' P mi i iiimm it 're No f. whbli ,' have rll.inr, of the sxpend I tnies of tribal lund.i and ' sjiuaJuin re YfsiNf-iiti .Jssv.mit. I,fs'w-'ss.irs-.,iei ser.ss y c . Oklahoma Private Who Is Pardoned Is Twice Wounded ASIIINGTON. Aug 11 1 That of llle two A v. eM. ,111 soldiers scll tell.l.l lo le, nil for sleeping on outpost duty iii I-1 anon and siih ki.Ueinly pardoned .y I'resldellt S lis. in. one was killed III the great Aisne offensive 111 I II 1. nnd I lie other twice wounded and filially honorably dD'haiged. was dls i lose. todav by aii exchange of i orreepon.laiice l.eiween I'reei dent Wilson nnd Secretary Maker I'rltale forest Ii Sebastian of Kl.loi a.l.i. Ill, '."i vears old. was killed In the Alsne battle. I'llvatn Ji ff Cook of Lull... 'ikla . aged l, was wounded In the same battle, but icioveied to again fight gal lantly in ilie AigoiUM.. offensive, w iiere ha ri'celed his second wound In writing the president of th" gallant conduct of the loivs after the president had pardoned them, Sc. retai H.ikei said Von will recall that early tn 1 9 1 ft four death sentences were picsonled lo yuu from franc, two for disobedience of order, ynit re mitted tn terms of Imprisonment, unit two young bo. Heliastlan ami t ook, who were ninvieled of leep Ing on otitpoat duly, yuu fully pardoned It will Interest you lo k now llllt v, thn t upon ret4iratlon tn both mad good soldier. 8. Iissllan died In battle III th Alsne offenaiv In July, lH Cook was wounded In (hat hiiltl and re stored to health In time to fight In tha Mvuse- Argonnn hallln. when he again foughi gallantly and waa the second tun wounded Ile ha been now restored to health through medical attention and hna baen honorably ill charged frnm th servlca" TRAIN BANDITS GET $60,000 AND ESCAPE tOlilxTlllr A Naslivlllr Trial n etiMd; Srnrt li So far Given No Trvs of lUilila-ra. NAHIIVIIXK, Tennf Aur II -No tiac had been found tonight of the four masked bandit who early today held up and robbrd l-oulsyllle A Nnahvllle paaseugrr train No T, IV mllea south of '"olumhla. Officer we.-e rontlniilng the search through nipldle Tsnnessee, bin it appeared tonight the rohhrra had piade goud t heir esca pe r Mooty amounting to HO.flnO In cash was repotted t4ken frnni the mall pouches ..l.y the bsndlta. l ihourii no official estimate (mild he ohlalned. After rifling thr mall the tnandlt .ui loos the engine and threw the 'hroitle open and allowed the lo i omul ive, t ii iiinfi ti oe.t , to rush at top speed ilovt,n tlie main line. After tunning wildly through the night for tome than rn miles, the eoiflne tan down without doing damage, near Wale station, elgit mile lior'h of I'ulHKkl. None of the passengers was harmed", manv of them, not even knowing until itshn-ak the train had l.een hel.l lip, fallroad and pustoffice detectives are running down several clew. Muck Inn's Itni-lc. Nl VY ' 1 1 1 K Aug :l lir. Karl Muck, former leader of the Itoston symphony mchesi'a. who was In irrned at fort tiglethorpe. todav boarded 'he s'c-i o ship I'rederl k III f . r 1 'opei, h a een g 1' ding 1 1 easor v .ose. to trd mat the f a t ti lio'iey advanced ' o I in I la ps will, he ri'lmloirsed ' f r -1 1 1 1 the h is sop. Hi of the Hi1 time In s ton, I nt . or lhl Unlet. le I II ' tie hooks of III- v .-at s, a nil en hui-seinenl h is i 'h i m, an Hn dr liens has bei-li o goieritmen' fo little If ant. r be. It made signtf i. a ni : , i 'Hi mui ti .lis f ic'S :I I" presi i i I I hla 'ma,' v ion w hen open t l,e itni ;-,'i, , t i '., I . 1 . ts o, l I.. II til II, IH-Oo ge.., Is I. h n , I to o, 1 1 j i , c Hun i t,.-i il l ,! t '.. V of , id W1-. I ' I,. it, mtif a: l ti,, rg. the H ie 11 lere S'lbco ro oi I' ''-es ll. er t ii :-l w l' V ll r' ' and rf foi n nil ' h millions of do'Ui' resul'i' an toe f I, y.-al s of s' ,d 1-1 poll ,1 1 1 u re I some tangi'.'e ' 'iron tni-V and C'v 1 i-ge to .,' at leas a I -i i o 1 1 1 r 1 1 e HI, I. i,' wall a n ' p 1 1 1 1 1 1 l .li IO lU- aa.'i. , I ', a tl .,' at I the rnd of ." (. buirniiij till- In- .-'Iiydcr Captain Matlnclc Tell of Battle Two Get Out of Reach. BAND IS SURROUNDED Fight Desperately When Americans Trap Them J in Blockhouse. DICKMAN REMAINS ATMARFA Aba ndons Plan to Retttrn to San Antonio to Gtf'N Uver situation. "V'i jTROOPS FAR IN INTERIOR Exact Location of Cavalry men Still Withheld by Commanders. , MAIIfA. Trxaa. Aug. tl Kour Millcxn han.tiia ware killed by Anirlcn triinp in Mexico jrtsrday, aptain ionuril Mutlark, who ar rived here by alrplan lonight r- liorted Thoy wei urrniindad In an dob blorkliuuae thai tha Mexican had cuii.iructed In a mountain pas Th bandit fought desperately when ihey found Ihey wars Irapptd and two eacaped. When the American trnopa ap proached tha blockliouaa with Ire In trillion uf searching 11 for hidden bsndlta the Mexican opened fli from port hole. Th In waa returned and th blockhouse t hai led y th Ameri can cavalry troops. Three of th four Mlcn killed have heeii Identified a Jem Janlr, e'rancisco Janlr and Joss Kinla Tha Identity of tha fourth bandit ha not yet been ascertained. All of th (our man are known In Captain Mai lack a handlta oper. ailng along th llig Hend border lor yr. Tha two 4nn e aped wr pur auail but ths trail waa lost. In Ih mountain canyona lasaoVr NlUI tllvtv. It la known dial Jssua ItetitarU, leaner or the outlaw baud thai cap itirau i.irinenunt Jlarold tl. retsr on and I'aul II favi. American aviators, waa not among th dead. Captain Mat ai k aald h pass.-d a column of tut ( airanxa trnopa below the border estetd.iy, Th Carranxa commander. Matflu k reported. akd where the American troop were go. Ing. When h wa Inform thai the AuiMlcana weir- pursuing hand I a who had held Ameilcan avlaiora, the lutian.a commander waved his hand an I ald "go ahead." No effort waa mail to hinder Hie punitive x pedltlon. i Hpi.nn Matlack came from Mn no nt sunsei Hiia evstilng In an all plane driven l.y l.leuleiiH)it I ; i gorm I. oh auk who (audi it in a Mexican inouniulil tallry, pb krd up III cap nun .inn ie turned with bint lo re port the progress. ()f the punitive ex pedition to Gc i,c i al Hickman. hrs-ii fur Cliaar. According lo Matlack the Ameri can troop are In high spirits and keen fur ths haae. They ar will ing to rile day and night through storms and over all aorta of tials to overtake th Ixtndlta. Among th most enthusiastic inemtiera rif the expedition are tie young aviators. I'eteison and lulls, Matlack aald. "Kvervone In Ilia expeditionary fori o is well." ( aptain Matht k an I I ' VVr have had no casualties, rvoepl one man who had a cactus thoiu in his li.ui.l "After leivlng ths lllo Grande Mon.l.iy nooning ro"l ufiei da light . the ex pe til ion follow ed a f r rsh ti.il..'' be raid ' Ttie four men to Whom the money had been Joint had ii iVart of mote tl.au fle logins .11 lis ' e I on i, I , I oil. out w -1. 1 u - fo. I Itieill to high I" 1,1-1 e Ml"' four s- a 1 con.g r.it ' li in,: tnree is tint rated l y 'In' fr. s.i It dtffi ul' lo fol'nw )c o her cor of the f lill' ti il'i The fight with the Pandits li , fo. I'p hi... H .1,11 'e i.s , n ,it Hie AmeiPan, troops Him- ,,,en, in ,m'ii ' ltVUiii I r " I ling opened p Ilia (JMrltsan from I lo-mbo '" 1 . . .' -1 . ! l',.,,r lodl'n w. ro ronnn. iwo i r ; h, . I , o.pts . , ip. I Tliey 'im at e in,; I"" "! ' I io so two I i' ler I'.niv. .! '.ell.ie.l to hue lo.-ri i. . n , is ,d tl. nl. i la's g ilm. Put the ,.,1,.,,,. ion,, noi i-toii'H, them." I apia.u M Hla. U will retuin to bis r.o ps ,u Muh o to.i;o' row He had 1 1 1 1 . i. llerril' e W till P"'I''CII ,. i olonel Grorg.i T i. nigh' k III I Mi). . . i 1 ,.,eph T I'!' knmn 1 , ,.f 'lie solj't'e HI ll pll t ' ' in. e.t ton'ghi thai h" I ! i IOIM I r mi. n ,. go 1,1 :eio ,is'r! ..-.- ! t tie I',, e 'omcrow i' .! r" Moltioil in tl''' I, I "',,,ni t I Ir". go ,, r -i I 1 ip k M .i ti turn to .- ui An l.. u ti r n on 'ir e 1 pr.nr t b.e ar- IU. t It. . 'n'l.lir ):', .1 ,y fu , I li ,is t . infer. miv i i f , i , I.. .. ..f Iii . omit, m l f' .; ' , . f ..f ', p i- loei crl -I'!" ' 't ! .'ll ,n 1,1 ' ,oli of ',, e i s I I, I ; ' lo s u .ll till bel r lod I ''!' I ; I i; ''ie sl',11 , ', soUtll of III t,o: '' . ' ' w ,e to, an nun ticid w tn" I" r Gen ' r a 1 I'i' km.in woul.l ,r..i'.'."l t.. '!.' f !...i i. full ha.en tomoirow ,. I '1 'ierr was llt'te definite inform.! ,ll .-iiou' 'he movement o Auotl ,. tioops puis'i n P.io.l 's ir, 'to- ,' !..r 'f M ..-1 A ' the end f ! " j'li 'I div ,f Hie" xpedllooi try. i,l'e t.r'-.rvra '" have p . n-1 ' a s f ,v inNri.M U) 0 J'AliR pKVKM Hs, RUFUS KING HELD IN MURDER CASE; DOND IS $20,000 Skull of Skeleton Is Identified Ry Dead Man's Brother. COURTROOIvfCROWDED Thousand Persons Attend Hearing at Kskridge, Kansas. TO HUNT FOR MORE BODIES Start Search Soon: Two More Charges Made Against King. KSKItllWK. Kan , Aug It - cla,nng lhat th sVrleton Introduced at today' preliminary hearing might ha proved that of Huhn Gutshall and that Ih vldence tended to how Klig wa th last man Men wltlt (iutahall, lirfor th latter' dlp- praranc Juailc A. J. Hkn lat io day held Itufu King, chargad with murder In eonntclion witll Gut- hall diaapparnra, over lo th cir cuit court for trial nn a charge of murder. Ilond wa fixed at 10,0". Without aigiimsnt by ih attorney and ths defense waiving th iniro ducllon of leaiunony, th c wag ubmlltd lo Justice Hktsn, wholly on Ih basis of circumstantial evl. denes ubinlUd by tha ial. Tha lin of defstia which proliaoly will h fnllnwsd at ths, trial In Oelobsr wa Indicated In eroaa examination of stala witnesses by (juration In tensd lo how that ths placing of three sksleton on properly coatral led al one tlm by th defendant might hava bsan ths work of another parson. Tfmisr Ceowdcsd. About l.Ou person crowded lh small opera house. Wrier th hearing waa held. Not until the crowd began filing out after adjournment did any. thing Ilk a demonstration tak plan Aa His crowd strained is catch a glimpss of ths prisoner who wag being hurried away. Mn. I .evl Out- hall, mother ofJieuben nutshell, pushed hr wty In front of King anil nailed th prty. County Attorney John Martin Immediately counselled ths crow d to diaper and the prison. , er wss nurrled away. Throughout Ih day King, whose hearing waa preceded by the filing i f two additional murder charges, met tha curlyus gaxr of acgiui.ntancsi wit h, at hold roinpoatir. one nf tl. rhargea waa an amended wariani correcting an error lu the ehaige pievlously filed, allrllng thr mur der of an Itinerant Jewelry peddler The second warrant served toduv charged King wih the murder "f JnhiP-Wooilv by four possible methods-shooting, stabbing and culling, choking and strangling or ly on unknown method Skeletons believed to h" those if ths Jewelry peddler and Woody have been unearthed on property mar Maple 111,1, formerly resnlad upon h, lln Hunt fur Morr-. fearing thai oihrr skeletons mav tie huiied nl Maple Hill, .iiuiiiv a i thorlties. It was sul,1 todav, would brain a mi'.'imtlr search punoiroa about wha' foimerly t lbs Kiml Ivrrv s'ai,p. where two of ib ss elons were unraitll.i King was Ink e n to T, pek , h fir r the hearing, but will he luouri-t oaoa here August IK for his preipftlnary oil the two charges filed t o.l.t v ttl'nesa'i fol the state lit todav ti t ii 1 1 1 k included William 1 1 u i."l,a : ; a I'ir.i'hrr of the man ailegeii io pais leen mur, tried, who testified fi II r'.len'a concerning his hruihrr ifs appe a' ance .lt I 'io einher, MIS and iilen'lftrd tlYe skeleton elhltiiled .n nu rt as that of his brother, whlrn, he de-'iared, was found In a to It wl'h s ore.l pers. "'ii proprr'y la 'a pie lini Peionglng to King. Senator Fletcher Ih ScrioitHlfi Injured W tKHINV.Ti IN. Aim I I'liicm t-'I' t. her of s'ruck i.y a s're.'t car 11,1.1 too 11 serlotislv sel re so i ,1 i. l.tlv I" lt.Jitre-1 tie t p vi oil n,. a , I (I III ' gh. nol r.-ii ir.' l- I i pd .en- I t HI ,ill lit ll'H tiK 'in I otl- ImiKeas. ion ( ire t.ias i ii 'INGT-'N. Am: ' UttlT nn s.'llale ! I'v a I no o. !l,e lioute. t,ol i t lia t" 1 1 . 1 1 e -i I. : of ! II a 11 II . f ' Hi!.' I'ln.-s' n " i t iff lt'ts II.',, 1, rats or. J, a rs I I I' , oh n i . o an. I I '" " I I I Do I I . .