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1 RELIABILITY CHARACTER ENTERPRISE FINAL EDITION k vttu'RPAPER FOR CIVIC r RIDE,' THE HOME A GREATeiK iulba 0 rlFTT TWO I'AtlK.J THICK 5 CENTS. VOL. XIV, NO. 70. TULSA DAILY WOULD, SUNDAY, 1)1'.IT.MI.KU 7, li IN Ttlttr.r I ' ' THE SUNDAY HI). OLDUPS SHOOT SHERIFFS ' I ' ' - R. Webb and E.D. Neff Fight With Robber This Morning. fcOTH ., WIlTrECOVER Neff Seriously Wounded; Neighborhood Joint in Running Battle. THREE STORES ROBBED Night of Terror Prevails When Bandits Gather Much Loot. Tulsa's satiirduy lclit of rrliim came in a cllniat tttli:ao o'1o'k tills iiuirnlng when two deputy ila-rlHs wore shot and otie ot Uu-m perhaps fatally wuundivl. lt ttelib ami I-. ! liopuUr oihIiT Klmrlff Jamca IVoollo ero MX nlnn they rcfii! to sur render n a lilr of l-oldup mu)i at Madison mul llrudy. Ai Uk- imniiiuiiid U "nUrk 'mn up," ln' ib-puiim Hi llryi tliolr runs anil o)M'iiil lire. The li'ddiiu iiH-n find uir dnip on liio offhi-rs unit llirlr fin- proved nuiru r-ffccUvr. The holdups hJkK. mm Uicy rnn. Iirpuly Ni-lf ilniM'( out of tlio biKit' "HI. bllllcl W'OIIIIllS ill lx nil kg A few woiniU Ihjt Vrtib hu forced to glvo lip tint pursuit 'lin lie was kIhM In the li'ft wrlal. llic went .tk'il uflhsTS wet taken In n l.omc on North Pisirla whero Uir) ivivlvi-il mwlloal atu-ullon. Untitling Italic. In ilia tiicanlme city and counfj off i cui responded to riot call. The bandits were lot aled and a runnlr.it tin bailie In which mor than 60 iliivs were fired ensued. Citizens dud In night ulnthes and armed with Winchester rifles and revolver poured volley after volley In tho dl- rniloii of tin' fleeing men. Willi their ammunlllon exhausted the banttlii turned and ran, losing their limners. Heiectlv Urace anil Sor-P-nnta Lilward lllni and Hob Jonoa were the first of tij police officer It reach th arena and wlthjn a lew irmutfa Hherlff Woolely arrived. At 2:311 o'clock this morning ehyiltians 1l1 not know the exact a'.na of Neff't wounds, but a re port it police heaidipiartera said that It was not likely thai ho would reyuver. . A homo belonging to Jim Shea waa killed when atruck by a atray bullet In the (run battle between the offlcera and bandits nfter the deputy sheriffs bad, been wounded. Mori I tubbed. I The alinming of the deputy sher iff! w.ia a rliinaT of a night of rod terror. The U 11. Wllllngham gro er" (tore, 1608 Kaat Admiral M rubbed at ?:S0 o'clock. A lone ban li armed with a revolver, entered the rear door of the store. Hil cua- tomera and the owner were ordered ' Pit up thi-ir h.wula. AH but one umn obeyed. She s remnlned "led on a .hi. up box, but apparently bandit did not care. He looted ihi eaah relnier, "f 1177.14 and left. None of the ciiHtoiners were searched b 'he bandit. Th woman who remained aeat 4 had a purse In her lap but the feMdup did not take IL The llennhaw grocery itore at III South Detroit, was the next M'-e robbed. A trio of unmasked Miidlla with revolvers entered the Iron: door of the store, ordered the o'cuiianu to ra: their hand iTiey tfi the cash reglater and es ti wnh about Hi) In rah. one of the ocrupanls were robbed. ' When tho Wiuthlngtnn grocery fre, l.'.Jt .;,u,t Hodge waa entered io hn.dup men, neliher of whom mankn, a n w trick wia pulled juead of fi, looking for money !vf men tore the telephone from the ll In order to make more certain "lr erjin. Thev llien ri, tihed the ya,h reamier The amount of the not known at midnight. The h,.l.,.l. .... UA nl.kl "cording to rel.orl. ul tinllre hnail- hurtrt, occuiri-d whun Jack Mo- Tiei, in cimpuiy with a young " 5I1'1 "! nd robjMI by y hoys on Terrace drive nefir Ji avenue. The trio of youth Jihandus to.'.k $25 and a revolver ""J" McMa.-hei. Toillce reports show i i oelock this morning the po mi i Me to throw any Hght :K P""Ie Idontlty of the men o comrlhiited to the night of ter .,,' Tk" deputy sheriffs were un 10. aecurata description ... m" ho shot them. " nive nn clue Se to the guilty unia up the verdict of police and detectlvea '( nlcht nd this morning ftir "JM ih. climax for a wave of k. t h '""fined Tul.a for '"k"- Holdups nre l.tly e?l;,lrr,( .M nrt th lianrt. ,0Rra in different sections of kit kT "n'h n "ht potlre officers bf.n completely bnffled In their p!i to apprehend them. WE 1)0 PHOTO Picture Framing Tulsa Decorating Company !'? Fou-h Moulder Phone. ( isa ge 407-SO Congressman Alexander Goes in Wilson Cabinet Jnehoa W. Alexander. Representative Joshua W. Alex andir of Uiillatln, Mo., has been appointed soiretury of commerce by President Wilson to succeed William C. Kedfiold, who resigned to enter private iiulni'MS. Mr. Aa xander hue rcpicsentcd his district In the lower houuo for the pimt 12 years. AH But 25 Million of Estate Is Given to Public by Frick NEW TOIUC. Iiec. 6 Henry Clay fYlck, nniltliiiUUonRlre Iron muster and collector of art, left all but I25.UUO.OOO of his vast estiite to public and charliabln educa tional Institutions, according to the terms ot hla will, made public here .tonight. The Frlck mansion end art col lection in this city valued at ap proximately 150,000,000 with an endowment or 115,000,000 addi tional to maintain them im "the Krlck collection," Is given to the public at the termination of Mrs. Frteka life. This makoa Air. FYlck'a largest single gift to the puhllc total JUS. uoo, 000, The value of the public be quests, af'er $25,000,000 Is ant i side for hi widow, son and daughter, Is $ 1 1 T.OfiO.nnn, exclusive of ir.1 acres of Pittsburgh re estate left for a public park. Malkus Sees Carlisle But Bandit Has Little to Say-Real Name Is William L. Cothrell rty H. P. MAMvl'S (Wrld iSinlf Cnrrespondeut) DOftlLAS. Wyo.. lec. 6. Hill has promised to write me when wo bo til get home. I am going to Tulaa and he Is going back to the Wyoming ssta'e penitentiary to finish a 25-year sentence and whatever Is added to It by virtue of hla recent escapades. Carlisle extended his sound left paw to The World correspondent this momlnr at the Douglas hos pital and wild "howdy" The right Is swathed In bandages. . I asked him a few questions, and he nodded "yes" or "no" alowly and with a bored smile on his drawn Hps. For the past five days Carlisle's bed has been the mecca of report ers and photographers from all this setlon of the country. Yester day frantic hours were consumed trying to talk a hard boiled fnlon Pacific guard Into permis sion to make a few feet of Car lisle's breathing as he lay on his bed The World correspondent also hooked on the slime snag after leaa than a minute in the sick room. The watchful phvslcian In charge registered ''enough" and I retreated from the room and PHI eaJil "so long " , Thus heiran and ended thn Inter ANNOUNCEMENT Messrs Augustine fj rVNr-IM snd Marcs A MV-. of he firm e O-N'ell' Molt,. A Itev. Tu'M, t'k'ahoma. h .ve ac,Ulre1 the tnteres rf their former p.arlner. Mr Harry K, He... atid h ive as-...-. a e.l Ph then, as a partner In lb- firm1 Mr I:, .1. He ,vner. MiW "klahotoaVpecUl Agent of the Home lire Insuiam,. company of New York. Hefner Is an expert Civil Knglnei lire Insur.-uig l.nrineer ft i i.iv l i '-ail exi."l leri'-e in i. n " - ' ... Sta'es II" will have entire charge of tin. Knglnrei ing department uf the new firm. As of Pc-cn ber 1 , 191 the new firm of O'V-111. M!t H-irn-r taken ovr '!,.. entire business of .N"II. M''" "' eumiM Ml outstanding assets i.nd liabilities of !h old Prm. We offer to .Ml l" Produrers and Iteflners ntid Ca.tni-b" ad rtn.o- ime PUnt osners a unit Petroleum Kff.rienry l.n,;lne.;Mg Service - at our own expense.' O'NEILL, MOLTZ & HEAVNER INSI'HANCK KN'IINKK P. H Phone Osage 10. Ma)e.(lc Theater p.uilllng Tl'I.HA. f'KI.AHo.MA HUNS WILL SIGN ALLIES BELIEVE Think Germans Await Ul timatum Before Thev Will Yield. THREATS ARE GIVEN Supreme Council to Tuk Mil itary Measures If Protocol la Not Signed. EXPECT AMERICANS TO AID! Question of Usirio; Our Forces Not Raised; Hold Armis tice Effective. PAIMS. Jce. 6- In a pole drafted by the h i j . I .-in.i council (inlay It is! domumli'd thai (ii'iiuitny s.kii the protocol pnitidini,' fur the utrryli.g out of tho ii.;i,i. terms, falling which the nllioN, it Is set fur 111, will h obliged to h.ivo recourse to military II1C1I.1UI I'H . The u'.unist secrecy Is .being ol served regarding th terms of the note, which wiia unitntmniisly adopted by the council this morn ing, but It can bn mid Unit it Is worded so firmly (hut conference circles expect tlm diHcMinyion with tiormnny regirilmg the putting of the treaty lulu foice will be finally closed . The note recalls that pinking the treaty effectivo means the inimcdi ttteteleimo of the Herman prlN.inr It leaves the reply to the (tcrman representations retarding the claims for tho Hinkuitr of the Herman fie-: ut Hc.ip.a flow in lie dealt with In a further special hole. The note cIosim by dlrcc'lng (lor many tn sign the arnusiice proto col, falling which action the council declares It will be runlralneil to adopt nieua'irea of coercion of a mili tary ordor. Home speculation la being Indulged In as to whether the American forces In the occupied region would Join In the carrying out of military nieiimina should (Jermatiy refuse to sign the protocol. It Is learned. however, that this question has not been raised by tho uiliis, who a smi to e that as the armistice Is still In force (he Americana would take part In anv forward movement, with the Itrlilth on one side and the From h on the other. . - Notwithstanding the dlscuaslnn of preparations for the mlllmry eventu ality the Impresxlon among the pence conference delegates Is thai Oermuny will sign the protocol. The view Is taken thnt the (Jertnnn government, having been waiting for an ultlma tbtii, before yleldihg will accept the situation now that the ultimatum ha been proacnleil and will Blgn the protocol under duress. view. It wasn't much but slacks up well wnh any other iCimT There hale been seveuil "oniy Interviews and 'TKiutdvi! Siitu mclitM" but they are mere newspa per enterprise. i'arllslo made a statement to hla raptors after being brought hern to the hospital. This I:: ioey guwrded but the fnlon Pariflit officials forgot to post a guar. I around the stenographer who took the statement. 1 found her at the Mike Heniy oil company of fice here and she had a good mem orv Most of the s element dealt win the escape snd movements before and af'er the roljl.ery of the fnion Pacific train the night of November 1 1 I have a copy of the statement. There Is no meat In It It Is a typical officer's ex amination There Is no unction but 'hit the bandit will recover Ills con dition is stt'.l serious hut the cimiH has passed snd the d inner of pneumonia l m longer feared. When he recovers sufficients lie will he taken b k to the prison It Haw-Una fvervbndv In lour'ns Is 'ar tiste's friend He could be elected rcs'-or or county t-nmitiW'in'r on stiv I'cket even the proh'.ld' ,on ticket f.riiehor the r-P'rt h''s (tone about town that 'he si. k F.nglneer. C on; let.- and Ma---v nno i.n . ...i-. . - Style Makers Decree Shorter 1920 Skirts With Prices Still Up '! J'Vhl.ASIi, IH'C. 7 - The et)lu ciiiiiiu ii :ee of tha coiomll te of 'the N.iiion.il I'loak, Soil mi l .klll. Alan ufai'tui i s n-soeia I toil lecunrlliell.ted sl.lliH fiohl (line lo four ftichca hhoiier than at pies eiit far he IK.ii season, m IIh io port (inlay at the closing sin-dor of Mit anntial convent loti lute. Tin, i n 11 ii 1 1 1 1 i't decreed that sknta M xt seuaoii will he fioin seven to nine Ituiics fioiu the f!o 'I- for allien ' s II J lll'iolt 10 Inches for rniMACH, as compaieil with roir to six Inches for women and ix to elsht Inches for misses at pivs.oit. Skliis. the style mnkera say. wll 1. "fniukly short," hut wilh niit oilihi rv :a 1 1 on- one thing to be IIMUdt d if one wishes to On tl lull, is the extreme. Tunic and plait nkiit wlil be worn. I til'lniss at the hlpa will be a feature of many of tho smart epi lug suits hlisflves will fit snugly and close to 111 llllloied Hlllls. Sptart suits for spring and sum mer wear are recommended. Novel J'i'lts of leather ami inetul. and u new type of collar -long, slender and rolling will he a de tail of the sulfa The Lord Hymn and Ifl'ter Pan ducigns will bo IHUMllllX. Tho. newest wrap for women Is not unlike the old Itomhn toga, a grm'pfMl, enveloping garment that can he. lucked up und pulled to gether, "Prices of coats, suits and skirts will stay "P." 'hl Michael Prima of Cbwiiaiid, chairman of the alylo a-iitniiilttee. Former Ardmore Police Chief Killed in Texai i . I'VilCT WfiltTII, Texivs. Itee. . Pes Hni'l.ir, former chief of police of Arlmors, tikla, was sh..t on Mam mreet litre tonUht and Ml d a few minutes inter at a local 1ios pltal. Hob liraill was ariesied. lAUIUNIiTOV IS AHIU'.STin. Prtl lcnt of Illinois MIjiit Hold on ('luirico of (Niiiiouipt of Court. Sl'ltlN'il'IKI.n, 111, lleo. - I'niiik rl"nn liigton, pisldent of the I lilted Mine Workeia of Illinois, was urrested at I. Is home here tonight by Uiil'Wl H ales Marshal Vincent T. Dalliiatn on a warrant charging contcmiN) of court l-"arrlngton wu also charged uiii violailng thevdn Junotlon leniied by Judge A. It. An-' dor v Indianapolis against con tlnuahco of the strike. After Tils arrewi rarrlnRton ws taken bexVwe l.'nlted Slates Commits sloner Ifarvey Culp. who filed his bon, I at SlD.niw Attorneys for r'ar rlngtqn l ft tonight for Hloomlngion. III., to olaln u writ of habeas corpus from Pilled States Inslrlct Judge FlUhenrv Ceiiilli g their appeal to Judite Irttrhenry, Fariington was held hro tn tho cus ody of M usha! Iiallman. train rilhber Is handcuffed and wears u ball and cliam. "1 ri.v of ll, e towcstolk li : II I'll this a't'o'. i In an liidimuitit iiiannei Sheriff HuSJ h. wttio shut him, couldn't gel ti n lotm for dog i trailer. On thw other hand the officers say thau Carlisle Is a public hog. They pusilipuoli his deeds and aoy th.n n.. one needs any neive to hold uia train. H's J ist a maiti r of U'M istXiUiig di fiiiseis men, wo men kJtl children, they decUrw. Vet W. J. Mil ietnents. fnlon Pa cific Micial agent for this disirlct. shifted jmrvousiy about as hn told nie Ihlsv and his rifle was handy and all- the nine l ailble w la too weak to talk "Ho J'lU wants to act his name ll the paper and have jseople Uilk about iilui- he ul ii 'l ins hiio. ' Mit'lements dec-lured. Put even if tins estimate is uici'pted, one must admit that C.irli;i,e has the nerve to pay the price nr he s d ie to spend Ihn r st of hn lite making .shirts at llio l.at-ima p. nienlljj y. That's a prett high rate to iy for ad vertising t'jirii-.e has so far refused to tell lin-4'lie Hie lia'l.e of his M'l.l lives hilt adnil'.'c) lloil I !eo'll to me uolii) I g 't ihe iifoima tloti from War lei. Urine at. Paw Iu.h es- rday. Mis J K M'ltr.n, ::i llii'H-l avenue, ill. N J. Is (us MS 'er. '. II. i'o'l.re.1. a broihei. Itves ai ort Ki-i.-um, N V 'ar llste a leul t.-.tne is Willi im I. rothrell. II i pii' i.ls me Jead. he i-a i d . 1'arilo Is firicir-: mit l.il a'ecr lr. 'ut-,r. . in a II" i" i 1 a- ai i -n ' h '!; si atio'il K"'"tl l''rs t,i 1 1 1 w ; t : . s 1 'I li. v rave roe a -rei.!v g t..it c trie, pi .1. i I- .1 1 dec!. led 1" '.Ike a y" .he .-iid when nske.i hT 'I d l.lt-l t.i es, Hle fr.'ITI tfl.i i -i.-.rv ai s i l-l 1 l 1 that ' e c i 'i. M, i ' 'T 1 Ha i i t ' n ' '' 1 '"' ' 1 " b i ... i , I spice in ..s I f- was , I 1 ii- p..-- " ot ' tv II c I F i.i!, New York Life Insurance Co. Farmer & Duran M.I S I'S 1":I Pal at f HIdg. I'lmnt I'd DOUBT IF MEXICO MET U,S. DEMAND Attitude Awaits Facts on! iManiicr of Jenkins' Release. PROBE IS UNDER WAY Aeiit Imported Furiiisliinv, l!ail for l'ret'doiu of Con sul; Await Reply. FALL'S RESOLUTION WAITS1 Senate Commit teo Wanti Wil son View; IMfferenee of Opinion Reported. WASHIVC'IMN. 1ec fi Hevelop menta todav left It still In Uouhl whether Mexican officials fe.illjt compile'! wi-h the ie.iiesi nf the fulled Stalls In ri-b"i'iiig Wlllliitu i, Jenkins, the Ana-man consular areht. kIiich l'ii.t isMiiineiit at I'unlila hioiiiiit relations between tho two goi 1 1 ,i in on t a to a iilllcal puis. Prea dispatches that the release was nccoiiiplislie.i only after ball had been fiiinuihed Vmjio hot cov ered in offnial inHleel to the stale department, which said that Jenkins hud reported himself entirely Ignor ant of the manner in which he was llliel.ile.l and that lie was making an Investigation on Iuh own u. coiinl. Ppon the atiswer to this ipiestlon seems to hlm.e whether the -liarp diplomatic ihu re:poiidence on tho object Is to be renewed or the Inci dent permuted to pans Into history. Tension Hi lli-visl. Meantime the tact of ttio release Itself apparently!! as relieved mu'ii of tho tension of Mexican affairs both at the stale drpai tinent and In the achate, whom u neiiaMios over recent dcvelopim-nla had pi a. lured a determined 'noyeuient to usk for a seveiance of diplomatic reunions. The resolution ot Senator Fall, le puhllcan, New Mexico, ic'inestlng a dlploiuallo break, was colon. lei d lit an afternoon conference uf repub lican members of the foreign rela tions committee, iitnl It was decided not to press the pioposal for action until President Wilson li'il sent to the commlttem the memorandum of advice he promised Senator Hall yes terday at the white house confer ence. It was lndleh'e.1 that there was some dil'feienie of ojdnlon a.nong Ihe republican senators as to the expediency of the resolution and that If tho pn s lent expiesscil dis approval Urn ight not be pressed fot action. The full committee will meet again Monday. , Ke-i-k to liie Ci in mi lion. hi trjing to establish the facts behind Jenkins' release, lbs tate department is running down a sus pected cohneV'ilon between J. Walter Hansen, said to have furnished ball for the consular agent, and tho Mex ican government Officials said Han sen was reported to have had some association with l.nls Cabrera, Car ranr.i's finance minister, nod that hail inlltht have been f.owatded to l uebla as the loitM embarrassing ine'liol by which (he Mexico City officio's c'oiil. 1 extricate theinaelvis fro-n tint situation While the department's Investiga tion Is proceeding, officials bote Willi aie waiting Tor f'arranra s reply to the lust American r.uest for Jen kins' releaeo Reports some days ago indicated thnt It was In prepara tion, but tonlrht It had hot been received at the department. ClMM.FJs IN I-KITOKI l, rrTArl' Tim World Annonnis-s New Manmr Ing ami III) I ill tors, Tho follonlhg el.-uiK' i In Th" World's iditorkil sisfr I me rf- fectlie t.'dav I-' I. .- it'll. ho llVS I.e. -II 11.01 :-glll i-dltor for til" past 'wo et-, bis I'sar:--'! sill M ll; I,,, . eeie, bl ' ' 's ' t"tl. 'ho I as b. .i .-on' . . ted ,th th editor. a !: a' " for a' out tti Saoie b OR' I: tl'"e Wall i T A' I no. a I a'e 1 w Ith To sa new,.ai i ' f'" I US' 1 1 yea- . b- ..n . 'v ' '''' " ' ' '"' '.ci- I -inck M .t.v '"e '' :'u H-eerito.l . Ve -l I 1" ' '.- " , ,i,i..! it ! r lii o "I ii-iii.- es t'l T'.l'-a. b i ' i. -i " '" Mi'" ''I'-' t to ma I .. a t!i: !: e f -i ' ' " 1 enson Unit he in o i d.-'i-itet . a- ept-.i off rs Iliad" ' . !.!' Till: WEATHER ; t ' ' x "k' I'" '"-oil. n . .- cel. - !. ot.l.xll'twx '," M '.! !,' B , ,ir.t't '.'H? I I , . I l I - ' ' V..n.' ',,,!, ....!, at " .'y el-' Ii -.' 1 . - ' - i . v . . , !. r - ... ' ' I , , .. . . i -I I M.. . ii '. , . '- ' I It t , 1' 1 t 1 - - i Is, 1 lis: t. si:i,i. GLASS 'Itils.i 1 )ecoraf iiu; C'tHni.uiy a 1 I,-. 1. -1 - 4 COMPROIVIISE UNION MINERS GO BACK AT DAWLEY Workmen Near McAles-' ter to Respond to the Governor's Demand. MORE TROOPS CALLED Harrett Station Units at Dif ferent Centers; Work to Start Monday. M'Al.KSTF.Il. Okla., Ieo - The first break In the ranks of the union miners occurred hers today when the union men formerly occupied In the liuwlev mines, sn miles south of hers, returned to work thl morn ing In response to nn ultimatum de ilvi red by Cov. J. H. A. Hohertson late li blny afternoon. Tho nu n live In company house and (lovernor Iliiberlaon ordered them to either return to work or vacato the hoiiseg and make room for the 3tl volunteers who now are at work In the mines. 11 was said that 17 of the S3 minors t the luuvliy plls voted ugiilisst returning and 1 voted to resume worki Forty volunteer workers are to go I., fl,. ,.l,i.i tiiinnrriiHi to take the places Vacated by the men who moved out. A company or emir troops went there tonight. I ioduction was stalled with con vict labor at Howe. More than inu men wot king there and at the llia watha and Maniples mines at the s'ate farm today. Wuanlltlea mined hud not been reported. Convict workers will be sent to tne neauy iiine In the north part He city Monday. OKLAHOMA CITY. I'ec. . He tai hmeii's of 2 men each from stain guard cotnpanlea, at Iibei, Hugo, Chlekaslift, Hurtlesvllhi and VI Ueno were called out tO'lay ly Adjt. ln. C. F Harrett In an order received from the Billutant general ai his offices here. All of these de-taclimeiit-t with the exca-pllog of those from the Hugo and Ilsrtles vlllo companies, will go to MrAlets ter for mine gtisrd doty. The Hugo detiichmenl will go to guard at lleniyitlta. No advices were received here to day on Ihu progress of work In the strip pit at McAlesti-r but 11 was gen erally accepted that actual mining would not begin before Monday. At n conference Monday bertween Adlutattt (ieiieral Harrett, J. A. Whilehuist, chairman of the elate rouniil of defense, and (iovornor lioherlnoii a decision will be made as to accepting the services of about 1.00 nonunion skilled lead miners from the' Miami district'-' who had offered themselves for work In the state coal mines, according to ad- V.roa heriy. Kallnit-wftln IrtVo Clone. So fiVf as Tuliui Is conierned. the mil Ion' wide campaign of the Fpis copal church will i-loso today. After ihe morning service at Trinity churrh a luncheon will tie given th local canviumera. and between the hours of 2 and 5 p. m. a csnvasa of the parish will be made for con cluding pledgea World Opens Annual Empty Stocldn g Fund to Assist Poor 'Fur the purpose of furthering the splendid wotk of the Tulsa Humane eorl-ty Jri spieadlng Christmas i lie-r among the poor and needy of the illy, the TuUrn Pally World lakes this occasion to announce that It will receive roil ti l.utl. ii, a ' i an limply Stocking fund the pto. ! "f which will be tuiii'.l over to A M. Welch, humane if. nt. oil pet-ember , for use n I " I- st si re fit. i he V, 1 1,1 l i piou l of the '" su' s :, lii'o .l tl irh I's Hni1' St... king fund In the yaie past and f.-el, . eilalll thill the eJ?r!t of t... uli.ti'ois li.iis'mas ei-asoii will e. p. -nn. i-.e 'ho hearts of th" iu'f l pcpl, that tb.re will not be 1. 1," i h.ld In iuisa ll'.se Blocking w -.1 I i ii, pty un 'lie to"' mug of tl,- w oils i n I'-"' I "lid iv. i .,r at too ,.ii-s 'o 't.ev f ind may I--! I,. O Ill" lniMii" "' f, e .,' V. ,1 "I S' lit t be. oil " !,e niai . aid- i-.hcI I,, Ihe F.mp (-' - . 1- nn- l-.l.-l In .i,"l i ,.e h ,, ..,,. I be te Ipted fi.- .11, I ,1 ... , i ,1 t i-.i.n ben t h" I:"' ( (-.,.,'1,1 i -i.oi is pold bed e.i, ll . . ti ll . f:,.-t paj e i.f i I e him 're Is i f pe nie In - i who ate ii 'Trinity Episcopal Church K.irlv "'itr 'r.ininn K a. in II 1 . i nt ., at. 1 f ,- ! a 1 -i t n o-i niton w l b- , I'li'.-'i I I n t-i (,'i'tn asH i( l'.iri -h 'J to ., p. pi. TO END MINERS' STRIKE REFINERS DENY THEY PROFITEER lit Malloy Sets "Forth the Attitude ol me uu Producers. CHARGES ARE FALSE Petroleum Men to Meet H.-re and Snidest Proposal to (Jovernnient. PciiaiiiiM that Ihe men, tins of the Westell! I'e'ioUuni Itoflmra' osiio- clMlloll pioposn to meet the repre sentatives of the i:overiiiiii-nt und the public inciu ihon half way Ii llio luieHtiitiiion or Ihe riiargi s ol profiteering as air lioiized bv Ailor ney (ielieinl Palmer, Pieslbnl Pill Xlll,.e at i'nO.ii M.llillilui Olsllt IS sued ll slatemellt no; t line follll tho various ui.gies or tne luei sinuiin'o. Mr. M illoy says: .,,ii ,.i.rv ttiAt Ilia re. fillers of this field have been profi teering In fuel oil ''an no longnY go unanasvered. The refiner of Kansas and Oklahoma bus noi profl'eeroil . There la not ainnlii lircuiiiHiaecii In Ihe preaeOl ruet oil piic.is ai uie refinery that will lend to aiippnn ..i,...u.. tiim ll, teal of vovvrn- meiil invetetlgatlnn; the clamor of politicians, utul tun oiiny appeal tor ..ri..i..l iiAre.iniii.. i&'lll no! slier the truth of the case. The facia are roaily; ihe figures are at iianu. Slid 1)11 l"rim'iHti roKi'i'i, n i, . ..ri ,.r e,..,i nil .rfects the refiner very materially. Fuel oil rep resenta 10 per cent of the dally out put of the averaue Independent plant. Present price apply only to "siol " oil- a very email iu i of Ihe refiners production of fuel oil Just oS summer Is the Benson for the movement of gasoline. Contract prices are not Involved at all In this controveiBv. "A survey of the Neil win pro I ht the averaue pries on fuel oil at the refinery for the last 10 days has been lees than oonla lntea1 of t tents per gallon aa ihargml by our orltp's. A irnin or iwu m oil may havs niovnl st 9 cents, but that would not eatmtillsh a market for the 100.000 barrels of fuel oil mads svery da by the refiners In this fisld. but even If ths refiner did receive I cents a gamin ir o fuel oil for the Hires winter month! of the year, snd only got I cents for the other nine months, ths aver sge price for the year would b little over 4 nenis a gsllnn, or Il ls per barrel the cost of two don egs on the present market. "Ck .vnriimllt Blllt nubtlO ff)l'St he remlii'led thai In the last three months cru'l'i in HIS lieioe umi n -y-..i., ..tut, is Iiiim adv&nced from 2S cenia In fci) cent por barrel. Tank oar rentals gono up from $15 to 110 per oar per inonint sasimne nmm friim 2 rents to I cents per gallon. I.-...-,,. a,.clini1 1 cent ner gal lon. The price of lubricants has gone off II cents per gallon, but the coat of labor and mateilal bus In creased from bit per cent to 100 per Tl,. ,,.! ,rif ItaerS BIB Hot tile refiners, but are th consumers who for nine months have live l upon me necessity of the refiners who could ... i.i. fn.1 oil. and forced sales of fuel oh during the summer months at a price les-i iruin nan OOMTINt r.l) ON PAflR JM. make someone else happy outside their Immediate famlllos on Chiift i as dav. The World, with pa Finpty Slocking fund, offers theso geneioiiNiy Inclined pty sons tho vehicle throuKh which ttl'-lr dona tions may reach Ihe proper parties and tluief,,!,. be fruitful of the ini.st satisfactory results. "The Win Id is to lie t'oin mended for this annual response to nn ttr-j-eiit i t" snd llumiine Ak'-hI We'rll 111 S I'll' d IV "The Soeb-ty ,..lf.n Itself to see to It that the money I hi"l Is Jild lrloliy ex- peiided Now then, let iis all work tia.-c'her tn making this the grand est ( hilitm.is season that the cl'v of Tu'-a h'lM H'f i"liel. . .1, 1 111 ran be aecoMlplSheil bv I trig'nr happiness and cheer to tl.- '-reatest tiil'"b-r of people " Who will be th" fiisi person to In ad 'he list of t-tinti .bullous .' N'llos, Pn! poitometit W- rei--,; Mi.it a.- are compelled t.. 1Iin..:'l. 'h- p..e' P'Oieiilen' llf t'l. Pawnoe Pill ffreiiiniiial" it I'ii-m ol. , i h on a. I'hl'li we l....' . I f..i n ,il I '" w :'!l great ! Hr T". - - ' HI I ' V the I'll. lis' "' . i ... -,' r,l I Hi .-i,.rs of 'he '; i! f..i i -- ,1 : ' i o t ie'.iiiif -, .,..r rnC'll Ittt p,ss.":;er ' f i i , , . . I . o , 1 1, . 1 ,- ,, '-. ' -i I i -.-:,! .i ti I I ' .' . lip. lie"- . ': 11 I. ' " V fuel I r b-i-ef.t i f nor cindid it"S V I . .- ; e t "I H . 'Ill' S' T-' . till. '.. , I .... live l I I I . S .,r T l - .- , ! i '. t ... -,. i ' .----:,; to I e p. : I . a ' ' ' I'U'l. lit hi ' lien 1 1 i 'V To s i. i ' '. ! i , a' P M c i i : . . i -1 : -. . v I'.'U '! ! ' ..-. . '-Its If M S l l.f l l-.P Iteror 1-r. Wilson Submits Propo sition Accepted by Lewis and Green. VOTE ON IT TIIFSDAY Session of Union Men Is Culled to Pass Final Judgment NATURE NOT REVEALED Palmer' Statement Does Not Tell Details of tho President's Offer. CAUSES BIG SURPRISE Officials Unaware What Leaders Are in Wash ington at Session. WAHIIlNfJTOV,. Deo. At, Inmrjt (;-mral Palmer announce! ftrr nihtnlght tonight Uiat aa agns-mont him nuclied ttrre Pat unlay Im'Iwis'u giivcrnniont rtffU dais anil John I,. Igtwta, sotlns; , IMsi-Mlilont, and William It. flrneti. e-ritary-(rtsilrrr of Uiei t'nltedl . II Inn Workers under wllk-fl ' a (sunpriMiilmv prrMHinl for "Tml niiHon nf Ihe soft roal Birlke will Ihi submitted to a nxstHlng of tM cniitlvn nil no work era at In dlnnnpolle nnl Tuoedny. Tttn cimuiinile whhih Is not dc-orllK-d In tbrt statemont. was iroHised by Pr-tsldont Wlleon "liMiklng to a spH-dy tcruilnatlnn of tlin slrikn situation and ad. Jiisimont of llm rntlrei onnlro vi'rwy." li a Blati'inriit Bays. Ix-wts ami lireon will urgo aoorilanc of tho proismaj. PtUnusr II ado "tatemrsnC "A conference was held at ths de partment of Justice. In Washington on Saturday, at which war present the attorney general, Mr. Tumulty, secretary to the president; John I Oiwla, acting; president, and William (Jreen, sec; etary-treasurer of ths Utiltod' Mine Wcrkers of America, with a view Ot reaching an under standing between ths government snd ths miners which would result In a settlement of tn eoal strike situation." "At this conference thers was aub. mltted a definite, concrete proposi tion from the presldant looking ta a speedy eermlnatlorr of th gtrlks situation end an adjustment of ths en I lie controversy. Th officer ol the United Mine Worker, In re alm nee to the euggestlon of th pread dent, agreed to and hav called a meeting nf the general soal com mittee, the representative of all th district organlutttnn and the Inter tiiitiiipal exnrullv board of the Uni ted Mine Workers, to b held In In dianapolis on Tuaaday, Decern her I at 2 o'clock p- m. at which time th president's proposal will be conatd- ' ered aid Its accepts no by th miners urged by Mr. lwli and Mr. Green. The attorney general will be in In dianapolis on Tuesday." Contra as Bui-prl). Th announcement cam a a com plete surprise as government offi cials had not made known th fact that ths union leader had been called Into conference or that new proposals were under consideration. The presence of lawls and Oreen In the city was rumored during th day but could not he confirmed. Th fact that Mr. Palmer talked with Prisaldent Wilson In th course of th day on the cool situation wns known, but no Intimation of the nature of ths conference, wflf obtainable either from Mr. Palmer prior to his an nouncement or at the white house. When the announcement was mndu, officials would not comment us to the nature of the proposals to he snhinl'ted at Indianapolis. Th text of the statement as well ns th general attitude of government offi cials Indicated rleiirlv, however, that -ere pinnrc l,y the miners wua antici pated . ' The announcement was the rnor of a eut pi 1'te berlt'lse of the fact that cailK-r In the t,lRht Itoctor Oar-fi.-! f.,. administrator. had de el, red emphatically there would b no cotnpi omlse In the conl strike elf. tiai'.n. Hn added Hint while he was In office ne fuel ndmlnlstrator. no iin-re-i-e lii ihe price of coal to mri outlets would be permitted to pro- ide far Increased pay for the miner. If tl:.' II P'J' cent pav ndvwnce sug .s ... bv the Kiilf rnnirnt was e- , led, be said. It would have to be i' e . .p-ose nf th" mill npera ',,1. '.I be tllkeo fl'Mll th'ir profile. Ffforn to I'.i it" 1.ls and ,'lreen fcllowlnv; 'he an nou r cement l'i i t T, ti us- ! tot: '"til. 18 More Sh'rt''H.r V'W Before Christmas Tlire ii P'iil Cliristmas Spirit in f.uyinsr Tubercu-l-.Ms Seals. Kxterminate TulH'rrul".--i-- Puy Christ mas N-.iT--.