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MORNING A NEWSPAPER UK FINAL EDITION CIVIC TRIDE, THE HOME A GREATER TUUSA -J VOL. XIV. NO. 71. TULSA, OKLAHOMA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1910. 8 PAGES. TRICE 5 CENTS. Slayer of Muskogee Grocer Mails Defi To the Policemen Republicans Hope to Carry Carolina at Dec. 15 Election RELIABILITY CHARACTER ENTERPRISE H YAWNS FOR BILL WILL CHRISTMAS BE WET? COf RAISE IS A SECRET Carlisle Was a Model Prisoner, Says War den Brine. IS EXPERT CROCHETER Daring Robber' Kit I Awaiting Hit Return to Rawlins. WOMEN ADMIRE HIM Penchant of Westerner Is to Rob Union Pacific Trains. Ky H. T. MALKUH. (World Staff Correapondent) CTEYKXNK. Wyo., IHic. 7. I Tinted 1 u 1 1 y Carlisle's old home at ti slate penitentiary, at Hawllns, today and talked with hia host. War din Bulwrt Urine, about tin domes tic Wo "f America most famous train robber alio viewed Carlisle's collection of fsnrywork, consisting of crochet ing. niibroidurltiK and tatting. I'lio w I.... ).,., Ill ir.a,til.t,llu 1.1 lha ttimpimi tatter 01 tae prison, ai kart Chrary. who la up for life on a charge of murder, la probably the Mcond bent, but his work lacka the tinmen of Hill's. Thi tailing In sjmply beautiful. 1 la doei It In colors, with a loaning to ward the blue anil red. Table center pieces, fringes and boudoir rap foim thi major part of the display which k) In the warden's office. .following Carlisle's sudden de- 6artur from the male prison In a tt of shirts. . Warden Brine gath ered hla possessions and they now npoea In a large box In the front office. The personal etXectg of the bandit lnrlude eu.O worth of thread, a quantity of yarn, a baseball and 'a quantity of timed stationery. Short ly before he left, Carlisle ordered the bunch of thread, and the warden la etvlnf It against the hour of his re tarn when ho will surely call for U be aald. Women Send II lm Howcm. Is the meantime Carlisle Is hav ing It comparatively nice at the hos Hal at PuugLas. The women ( the little town are flooding; him wlih flowera and hla room, which srnplled strongly of antiseptics last Tuewbiy, new haa an odor not unlike a Ha waiian garden. Hones and other va rieties of ho'.houae flowera aud dipped potter plants fill the reom. When able Varhsle will have a unch of mall to read, the majority of Oil letters are scented and the etllrography strongly Indicates a feminine autograph. 111)1 la a great favorite with the Indies, but as pre vjoualy reported, few have yet ftlmpsed In picture. Purlng the 'area years and odd months that he u an Inmate of the state peniten tiary he was a model prisoner, Urine in-tared . "ln'Hhe nine years I have been ri I have nver seen a prisoner f bitter disposition or berhavlor," ho w. Carhai, wna never In the "hole." Te "hole" in ihe prison vernacular . uiiKiin ami is a cell stripped f furnlihlngs and hut off from and air by a heavy door of I the "hole" prisoners' are J01 punishment and 24 hours considered sufficient to break the nt of the ordinary man. . "Carli never chummed with the mi and common crooks." Urine "He fastidious In his ZL " "! fr,nds and hlK some t brsrgardly nature ostracised mm from the other prisoners, leav f him a small but select circle of ""Pinions." Krnhe-aJrr Ills Oilman-. Hkj cellmate Is Charley Pahney, b.h ' "lr" or cnihexzlement. "ny appeared to be above the aTa i?,ryv "" l"",P clean-shaved " hla hair waa combed and he Jw n the clerical department of JM prison hlrl f,.torv Uf) ,,, k..i y'Jr" !o ,frv and seemed "' bit ff, ,hl, hl ,,.,,,, .... of ik " r"rn "on. In spite " crowded condition of the ta 1 hl,' more Inmates now W. 1,,for" In history Car ah. Vv ?" n" "'P waiting for J?'1" the fatted caif for the re rn of the prndlKal. 'lamination of Carlisle's list of "Pondenre show, hrevlrv and . There wt.r, (,,., I,,,., h(ll brother Kin hT l""r" 'rom two traveling M i Inter wrote to Cnrltsl.; . n flrM came to prison snfl kept 1 1 1 1 his eed of the cor f nrly well, the warden that r i "lMn"n "ere on trntin ftar lobbed and he pawned "n,h.-n they told him they J short on funrls. Jftly ...fr he began nerving his Pnlr.!' r,r,l,l'e wrote lettern to he. "'''t'l". apparent. WJ? rn' :--' 'h- prtsun k,it ' " r'"t show an epidemic of Wr ..r . '"4;ween the tr.iln roh. Jnd tl. rnllroad men. rL'lr'l''''Ur,' ""r. Hstlc lett.T he to Fred ti.irli.., f the ,,' ai eai.h .u . Ion Pacific" gunril. who on IVi. UmI-i. imin ronoer wno riin rT" frrorUing tranecom mental ju!J'r" 'or eeveral weeks. Carlisle fr, "J'm out of the paseengers on wird r..hl-ery and forced him to Wr,fc'n h:" tor donations His let rfi. . ,h ,:n,,n Kiiard tbhl 7 fnr h1 'te"nce Tbe sr. ti i no no, show n r,,ply 'r,n' In view of the fart Tart:,tP, career has been so Jrr'ar and po widely advertls'd, h no "lady friends " "lit kstisckd os run hout. TWO SPECTATORS KILLED BY PLANE Mob of Men Threaten Aviator After the Tragedy. MACHINE INTO CROWD AvoidiiiR Boy, Hollingsworth Strikes Woman and 7-Year-Old Girl. . CI IATTA N'( i(!A, Tenn., Ioc. 7 Two poiwins were killed, tlirte wore probably fatally Injured and m verul otherM wer hurt hero late today at Marr flying field when an airplane siruck a crowd of upovtulors while starting on un exhlhltlon flight. The dead ate: bona. May Shell, aged T, and Mrs. luliasa Myers. The injured were rushed to hospitals Where II la cvpectol two will die. Most of the Injured are children. V. I'rli'o IIuIIIiikmw orjh of Chicago, Ihe aviator nnd his tiiech:inlclnn, were taken Into cimtod'v and an In vetitlKiLtKiii Into the causes of Ihe ac cident waa begun by Coroner Jack i ixinoniie. iioiiing-jwortli w.ia clutrged with inanNlaughtcr and re leased under liomL Tho accident occurred while an other nvtntor, Kddle Hlineon, wus preparing to make a landing and the attention of tho crowd waa focused on his machine. No Ilrnkew eui Alrplanr. According to I lolllngtiworth, when be started from ehe north end of the field for the take-off the crowd formed a lane at leaM 100 feet wide. Ilolllngsworih testified at'the Inquv-M that bis machine wait running 40 miles an hour, not quite fast enough to jump off when, looking to the right ho saw a email boy In his path, lie swerved to the right, he declared, to avoid hlulng the hoy, and his machine etruck the woman, the lm pact turning the airplane to the left Into the crowd. Ilnllingsworth de clared ha did not see .Mrs. Myers but he knew that he had struck somebody when he felt tho Impact. He added tiiat after ho had turned to the left he trld to take the air and go over the crowd but the ma chine hnd lost Its speed and It was Impomible to leave the ground It was brought out at the Inquest that the airplane did not have any sort of brake and would stop only when lis energy whs exhausted Ilol. Ilngsworth testified he ahnt off his power Immediately upon finding that he etould not go over the huds of the crowd and that the machine ran 50 feet before It came to ft stand mill. t.ither7 witnesses testified fhat only the cooliicsie of IlolllngsWorth prevented many others being klllod. Immediately after the accident a larp number of men swarmed around the airplane threatening to lynch HidHngHW 'Tth and declaring tiielr Intention of lurtiing Ihe ma chine, after dark. Sheriff lla threw a guard around the machine, which was so bndlv damaged as to prevent further fllghtM. PRAISE ELK DEAD Chief Justfcw Owen Comnwnits Cus tom of Memorials for IViieirteU HrotJiiTH. 'In every age of human history the rtia!oni of perpetuating tho memory of the dead has prcvaiioii in some form. The f'ers'ans. the flreeks the people of every period of clvfllai llon hsve sought In some manner to perpetuate the memory of their dead. Through the early attes only the great received homage, ut In this order the custom prevail to honor tho memory of all Its dead. Why should we not honor the memory of all men whose lives wre useful? liv exemplifying anJ tvplfMng the principles f 'his order In their d.il'y lives thev built for themsve!e In the hearts of their uwiii1'" monu ments f gratitude and appreciation that will endue as long as memory last " The ffpenker w Thomas I. Owen, chief Justice of Ihe Oklahoma supreme court, nrathr ai the an nual memorial service of the Itenevo lent snd Protective Order of Kike held Sunday afternoon. Unhid .1. II .Mnks chaplain of TuImi lodge . said the Invocation and benediction Mrs J. H Mugge -ang "Kt-rtial l':i'her." bv Pstelof r. Mr Kramer rendered a violin obl'g:i!. , , 'The lodge then gne the ritual of menioil'im. V was followed hv xlolln duet by Maslers Ja-k and in n MoPhoe. Itrolher J,i k Itoblnson fol lowed Judge cwen with a trotn'.one solo. Comnicn lnl Congress to ticn. PA VAN V.H. ;. I'ec 7 --Kor-mal .opening of the Smi-hern Com merr'l.il n.iigresa will take pl.ire to morrow morning ot 'be ioiinl.-lp! HlldltorlU'll where, lifter Hd.tMMS of welcome by C.overnor Much Jer sey and Mayor Murray Stewart and a respor.se bv Governor Cooper of asutli Carolina. General Pershing will deliver an sdilr.-.s on "The Fouth a Part In the World War." Srnor Morabu iN-nd. KVV HI.VAf'fft. ItepuMic of Sal vador Saturday I ec 1 'r Manuel R Morales foimer S.iivadore.in niln is'e'e f fi.e'gn afrlr sn.j at one ,rn miiM--er from, 'his ".nn'rv to be l'nited Slices die,) to.lav I'octor Morale ; one of 'he heM known 1 t i.-i hf lo Central America and held many positions of Import t3rlal lo Ttia World. MCHlliKHJJ': liec. 7 A letter puipoitlng lo be from the slujel of A I. Accra, uge, grocer, fio waa ithiit and hilled by higliwuy nieu on t nd.iy night and flaunting a challenge in ill.- face of lha po lice, waa received through tho mall to. lay by Chief of Police It. U McAfee. ' " by don't you come and get me, I'm In M uHni.g. e and 1 in not going lo leave. did man Accra roiiipetled me to etioot I. tin or ho shut inyrte.f or at realvd," tho let ter stated. Il was addressed to "Chief Mo. Afec." and digued "The Highway man." Suspects arrested after the murder were released when Mrs. K. A llruce, d.iughtwr of tho gro cer who wus present when he was killed, failed lo ldentltfy any of them. SOLONS ANSWER Senator Falls Has No Idea What President's Reply May Indicate. COMMITTEE TO MEET Resolution Calls for U. S. to Withdraw Diplomats or End Recognition. CUMMINS BILL UP SOON? Little Likelihood Treaty of Peace Will Re Acted Upon. WASIIliTO. lmc. 7 The Mexican situation ovei -shadows all guestwitia likely to come before con- gri'SH this Week. The senate roreigii relations com mil tee w ill meet luiuuri ow to give further consideration tu u resolutlun requesting President Wllaon to break off diplomatic relations with Mexluo and to withdraw recognition of the C'arranza government. Senator h'all, repujhticnn of New Meglco. author of the resolution, talked over the situation with tho president on Friday afternoon, and it had been expected that Mr. Wilson wonild give some expansion of opin ion on the proposal In advance of the meeting. Senator Fall said to night, however, that the president had not definitely promised any reeponse, either before tomorrow's committee meeting or Inler. Aside from Mexico there Is work enough to keep senate aVd house busy until the holldavs with little hroiinbilliy that tho Herman ponce treaty will bo taken up In the sen ate meanwhile. Indeed, with the president an. republican leaders ap parently deadlocked over the respon sibility for the next noue, no action on the treaty before next month has been expected Senate leaders still hope to get a vote this week on the Cummins bill, designed lo meet conditions with re turn of the railroads to private oper ation and control, hut with ihe long fight over the bill's antl-etrlko pro vision there may be no final enact ment until neat month. President Wilson anoitnced last spring that :hs roads would be turned back the first of the year, hut many senators be lieve now that he will wait until the new law l effective. UPHOLD MOWRY VERDICT Korean Court Kulo That Amcrlctin Missionary Must Pay line. By lh A4eited kji..ii-i. i.-ii.i:iv. I tec &. The su preme rourt today confirmed the de cision of the court of appeals con victing the Itev l.tl .Miller .vinwiy. a Presbyterian tn.ssioii.ii y or .u.mn-fie-ld. dill", of sheltering Korean agl- a'ors iluring ihe Koic.ui revolt. Mr. .Mowty was sentr to-i to pay a f:ne of no yen or go to prison f . . i 20 days He was given So dis lo decide which penalty lo pay. The Rev. Mr .Mowry w is found guilty Ihsi April of sheltering Ko rean agitators) and was sentenced to six months' Jmpi Isonment at nam labor. Jji er the original Judgment i was quasi. ed arid the mtssinns i v wa- ' remanded fr a n'v trial before thej oui t of appeals Many lliiieitrtntrcl lne. I'AkIS, I iec 7 i II iv. is) A dm- I patch lo the Temps fiom Itoueii noa1 that natives of Schleswlg among he tirisonera.f war fo ld in Frdme, who have regained I'anlsh citizenship by he pe.ii e ti e r v will He sent to I en- tnark on a French cruieei. Tors Ministry Itis-lgiis. MADP.IP. Dec 7 K.ng Alfonso will be handed 'be resignation of tho whole Toe cabinet when he returns from his c. dalle, I hunting trip, probably Monday. THE' WEATHER TT'IM O mt T Mull" IK. slntff 'i: f. -s r'-r .rfHAMOMk W.swtr trt T s.? ntl r" If.,, ..I- sr irs ..V-r T'wslii llll IS1A.N - - MriliT nJ Pa" .'tor r""'1' ft""!' , . ikkoIih vr- is, is-t T wi.r ung'-a r'-1 ST T 41 ...lit '! T'."S1ir r'lT fl' rn'4' N T rlt wtsl T' ( U sj ,r I T ! rviir 'I w-'l w 19 iTtNtiAS- anf M-eAif Ti.f ps.hlf f.r ! w'- .'e tnmln trea W Kir aUwiJ CHICAGO AFTER ;U. . S. Supreme Court I. G. 0. METING1 EXeZm Republican Leaders Cath-1 NATION IS NERVOUS er at Capital This ; ' tok" ; Jurist Must Determine CANDIDATES ARE BUSY Campaign Wood, Headquarter Lowden ft al. Qpened. fori WASHINGTON, lec. 7 - The lend ing flgui'oe of the iijiiilill.au party Will bo in Washington tmwl of this week for tho meeting of Ihe national republican committee, which con venes Wednesday. Although selection of a phice and dale for the 1920 national conven tion Is the only busmen formally before tho committee, the gathering of party leaders Is expected to bring out a great deal of discussion of candidates and policies, with prelim inary Jockeying which muy have an important hearing on the. t -aiiipalgii. Several mcmbeis of the committee and many, others jiromluenl In re publican circles In the varhiiut stales already had arrived tonight, and St. Louis had broken the loo of ihe fight for tho convention by openlug head quarters. Chicago also micklng de termined effort for selection a the convention clly, la expected to be represented tomorrow by a special train of boosters. Hy Wednesday at least four can didates' headquarters ,are expected to bo at work. The managers for Major (leneial l-eonard Wood arc to reach Washington tomorrow, and Ihei Illinois delegation trying to get the convention for Chlcngo I expected to organize also a campaign for the' nomination of tlovernor Frank Q j l.owden. Friends of Senator Hard- Ing of Ohio, al e understood to be j planning to take advantage of the; meeting and heiiilqiuiutei h for Sna-i tor Polndortex of Wanhington have been active hero fur pome weeks. I Other presidential possibilities nrei expected to receive evident support i during tho meeting Sums members of the committee i thought tonight that In addition to J fixing the time and place for thei convention, the committee would! adopt rexolutluna endorig the work of the republican congress. Hi was not thought Ilk T I...-Ai'r I hul ' wMvever. that Ntow would he taken fdl i inn I ly lo go vei-y far toward ouHlnliig the Issues of the cam pit Ign. Will 11. Hays, the national chair man, and a number of other officials of Ihe committee aje expected to ar rive tomorrow. CINCINNATI. Dec. 7. Colonel William Cooper Proctor. Cincinnati manumcturer, today announcer) his acceptance of tho chairmanship of the Leonard Wood union, il cam paign committee. Colonel Proctor declined tonight to add anything to his formal statement that he would awuine control of the campaign lo make Oeneral Wood the republican nominee for president. . SPEEDERS AR EH U RT Four Mnti tVnt to llonpltnl When Mayiblnn Kails Ut Take eihsurp Cnrrr OpKlal Is Tko Worl4. HA PI IJ'A, i'en. 7 Four men were seriously hurt tonight when the automobile In which they were rid ing ran off the death curve bridge on the Klefer-ri vuipa road The machine; lurried turtle and was bad ly duninged h. King, owner of (he csr, James Wallace, chiiuffeur; Jeff raynes mid C. V. 1 ilbei k, were the occupants. Kepoi is say the men wire speed ing n il l attempted l take the sharp turn wlirro numerous siutvuiohlle ac 'blents have occured, wnliout slow ing "I'. No Empty Stockings in Tulsa Christmas Morning, 1919 Surelie you ha nr, noticed her as you went Inn r yltig through the iCowde, s'reeis al Christmas lime, lb.it little girl with the tugged shawl an, I- the wistful' lock In her eyes as she stands will hei lilt I l-'d Hose pi esse. a M 1 1 1 St !ie fl'OS'.,', glass f a l.iilil'ini sli,.p win. low g i." mg iongmgly at a wonlerful iloil Wlllllll Or may be your heart was touched by the ti.trty siulla of a newsboy as Ihe little chap counted out your change w-rh flngets numbed with cobl or dtumnieil his heels' tog'tner to keep his feet warm. And then when that rlorlnus div of ilaya dawned and or watclid with pleasure '.he h. essoins that ' bilsima.s had brought to vuur own eoinf. triable home. .Ildll I oil thllk of those llltie people of another world Didn't ou feel a little lump in your throat when you thought about their 1'hilstm.is celebra'lon" What will Christmas mean for that little girl of the r.iggml shaw.? Or to 'he optimist- of the s'reei cor. tier? Will the Divine Morning tin iii happiness for them or disappoint - tuenl' ' I f i bess re the though 'a that ' ' . it.Mn on the birth. lav of II m who hived so well the I", le i hlldi en. then ot uridepstand the sulrtt that is behind the Tulsa, Wurbl annual I mply Storking Fund. like hundreds of other T'i!siui you will welcome this opportunity Validity of Wartime Prohibition Now. NATION DRY JAN. 16 Numerous Appeals on One Half Per Cent Beer Also Pending. WAHIIINt! TON, lec. 7 - The val idity of the war-time prohibition luw muy be dci bled tomorrow by tho su 1'ieiiio court. In which the country will get a final answer to Us big quesilun whether tins will bo a "wet" ciirlMtmaa Tho court will re-convene ai noon afler a two wrekV recess, and while there never Is anthlng ahead of lltn.i to Indi' ute what opinions might be handed down, the lm jii esslon pre vailed today that the cunaiiiutioiial Hy of the war-Umo luw and the Vol stead uct for Its enforcement may be settled al the opening. I'nlcss the court decides thras cases before Jan uary l, Its opinion will have no ef fect, for the eouniry will be dry then by ioiytliuilon.il umendiiiiiit. J 11 view of the brief time Interven ing before constitutional prohibition becomes effective and the court's In dicate, desire to give early consid eration to the Question by advanc ing the pending appeals for aiffu nii nt, prraons familiar with the courts procedure thought the de rision probable. Afler handing down decisions to morrow the court will heiir a num ber of Important ciiss during Hie week, including appeals from New l leans and lliilllmore involving the right tomanufacture beer containing mole than one-half of I per cent under the war-tlmn prohibition act Arguments also will be jiresented on sppeals Involving the constitutional ly of war revenue act of 191 pro visional levying excise taxes on prof its derived from child labor and the New York Income tax net. BURLESON HITS BACK INistinrwitcr (lewtTnl Says Auilll of Ibiwrtini'iit Wbs Made hy lU'publlcnUN. WASlLINUTi i.V, l'c. 7.-Postmaster tienirul Iturlesun, replying 'inlay o a sialiineut .y Cliatiniiin Sir en rsofl of the bouse iioe.ofln c citftiimtU e, attacking Mi, Hurleson s annual report, said Mr S'leiuirson "does not seem to understand that S postal nu.lt la not inude by the postmaster general, but by an Inde pendent of fh ml of the treasury de partment who happens to tie a .nem ber of the republican party, to which Mr. Bteeneison belongs." "It la true," said Mr. l.urloson'a atatomsnt, "that the postmaster gon ers! during his adminlstrat.un of the wire service, received the .rirnest, patrlotin i u-operutl.j and as.ustnnce of Messrs. Vail. Carlton, Kingsbury and lli'thel snd hundreds of tela- igraph an.1 Independent telephone of- ifniaiH. which Mr Stei ners.Mi tgn i.-es but Mr SOeenelSoll seeins lgnoiailt jof the fact that aioouiiia is .'retained I us J il is t compensation lor Ihe wlr? I companies were not fixed bv til"' I gentlemen, but were furnished the 1 postmaster general by I 'r ileury Adams and lo David Friday of the I rilverwty of Michigan, two us able mid clean economists and experts in 'llieir line as i.m be found In Anier- !ea." 111 help III. ill. the lues of hund:"! 'of the el!) s liiilt, miii brighter on 1 1 'hi 1st 111. im mor ning. our contrihu- I'll. II sit. llll til J.IIK" 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 lo the liiiji ' v S'niking lintl of The World Will ln.ike 1' pi.Msllile for 'he hutoa'H j ..ff.it I lo 1. 1 li, i; I . I I u le : , le el.eer tti lin.lv fi'lMll.N Who .,ui. nlherw.se be utiHble :., , . lei, i ale I'h: l-'tnus tl,. Hill I, so ibilng iiil w i .1 III a k. . .ti r own I 'h i Is' in. I a htiti.lied f...-l happier, (or you will show ..t v..u I .bue ihe re al chiih;t,i.is ,pi. r. ! Imply St. s kin- I iiml. I 1 1 il.i H a l.t II irriul I on i " I iiroh ,' isU ' '. . . . I "" f"l'oticli FnlrVinks I "., I World Itldg t'iirar Store . t e . I I, Fori 1 "I' 17- More Shopping D,iys Before (,'hrist ;' Hundred f ruses of tu iieri'iiltisis in Tulsa. Ruy Christmas Seals. Werld'. tiinf1o Rur.aa. 1 U4 V.nl Mltta WASIIIXO l""N. Dec 7 -Ha- publican lea, bus III Washing lire bileil our the pio-peiis for thu cleft, on of a 1 1 puh i hi In Ihe I'lnth .Nin th i '.u olin.i district to sin 1 d ItepresentatUe Webb, ill III", I II. who ItelKlie.l Tile cll)' tloll will be held December 111. The same Issura an, the same Inf luetict s w hu ll,. broiiHbt tejuih llcan succesH recently In Kentucky and Okhihoiini aie uniuu most In North Carolina 111101 tllng to ad vices reaching Washington today, and In View of the fact that the 1 1 publicans bine uoniliiatnil a man of the hlgheet tvpe In the person of .lohu W. Moieheiid. the cam paign Is luuntf waged enthiisl.intl cally. ' TWO ARRESTED FOR HI-JACKING 11. 1 4. Coyle and L. Clay to Ue Formally Charged Monday Morning. SHOT TWO OFFICERS Reported That Wetih 1h Now Able to He About, but Neff la Iladly Hurt. OTHER ARRESTS EXPECTED Incident Marks the Climax of Series of Robberies in Tulna Irately. Two men giving their nnimw as II.' L. Vi)lc ami (lay nre M-Iiig lii'bl by tile s in riii. innlcr Inveellgm- linn In iinmsftlon with the holding up niul hhositliig of two deputy nbrr. Iffs, It Webb ami I.. It. Neff, curly Kuiulay iiuiriiliig. The orressta were nuuln nt I o'ebxa 8 unci ay aftorreMin by offh-ers nonnoKHt with the) alier Iff eifflrv, They will Isn formally I'liarRttl with the crimes on Monday Horning. The deputies were walking lo-gellR-r In Ihe neighborhood (lf Mad ison snd llriidy streets when they encountered two men who ordered them to put up their hands. He fus ing to do en the two hlgh-Jiu'kers be gun glioollng, wounding one of f I- er In ihn wrist and the other In both. legs. Following the report of pistol firing a woman phoned the police department and the sheriff s office following which officers from tho police dfparDnerit and .Sheriff James Woolley rushed lo the Hccno of the shooting. The bandits got awny lifter I hv holdup and lha nelUhboi hood battle that ensued. W"hb was shot through the wrist and Neff through the legs Just about half way between the hip snd the knee. yesterday It was reported that Webb was able to be about but Neff will probably be In bid for some time. According to some of the officers who pnrtlrlpated In the rhaso there were four high-Jiiokers in the gang. Officers are now working on the case snd other nrnsta may '.r ex pected. This Incident marked the climax of a series of robberies and high Jacking tint I has beeq 1 uniting ram pun 1 In Tulsi for Ihe pnst two weeks baffling all efforts of the po lice deirimeiit. RIOTERS ARE QUELLED Tront tr-t on nl-r In Italian City; H.000 KM !-! Am! 13 Hurt. 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'"r in 'l Mm rn I' 1 tnrv 'mim''). ,v fifi'I c n i 'fi Iwin h- In. .!.M....,ni'... tiMjirk flrir w I 'it -1 Mi nlr The nmh r f i rrM , cn o t riMw.iv - . ii I 1 1 1 i i ! Mm- i i t r:i n w ipr? i.v f. i 1 -1 ui'l .I 'l l, u p- TIi"a ,,f M '- ii.ri-ai .! (M.- - (M'r M'' . . i i n i n w Mi' ... j.-m r . t n -: m n t t; f Mir .i.rti' i t i f -in I it f...w I i ... i. to pr- m i. rit-it or . .ulni th i r , ,,r.t the t.uiMtiig was badly! wtfck.d. - NO COAL GIVEN NONESSENTIALS (lovornor Robertson Givca Harrett. Power- to Regulate Fuel. CLOSE POOL HALLS Roundup of I. V. W.'b Is Ordered to Protect Workers. OKLAHOMA OITV, Poo V - Pras tic regulations to govern the coal fluids of Oklahoma were promul gated today by a.lj (len. Charles F. Ilarreit In accordance with a letter of suggestion ptrp.iied by tlovornor Holier isoil. Hnforccllictit Is to begin ut once. All tione.setitinl Industries are to he closed. Including pool halls aud soft drink stands, private meetlnga are Hie to be held only upon Ihe an thorlly of tienernl llurrett ami tu multuous meetings or gatherings of any nature are to be, dlepcraed. A general roundup of imitator snd I. W. W.'g Is to fi made. All coal In (lie hands of the fed eral government Is to bs confiscated within tho area of th martial law and many prlvala stocks will hs haken. Tim crusade agalnsf agitators started this afternoon with th ar lest of Hubert Flllott and John Wo mack, miners of Alderson, for their alleged efforts In seeking to prevent the return of the minora lo the Pawley strip pits. lloth uum are held at the state "penitentiary. Many other arrests art expected to morrow Preparations haver been mad to start operating rirsl In earnest In several strip pits tomorrow. Pparlal In Tha WorM. M'AI.FSTKIl' Pee. 7.-11 seemed that what many cities saw during the trying das of tha war were be ing enacted here loday.wltll nil bustle and erlmnee except 'the actual firing ot guns and the shed ding of blood, even to th Issuing of manifestos and the even beat of th ca.valry mount. Intermingled wllh the stucijo shouts of th drivers of chow wagons. All of the things cast Into th shade of the steady abit efficient separation being mads by the Oklahoma guard volunteer eoal miners niul convicts who put th Pawlev strip pits and minus near here In operation' Monday morn ing. Most noticeable of Ihe war tlriie activities was the iU) rival In the city of fottr companies of th Uth ravalry. They went .into camp at the fair grounds. lITTHPirtfl, hsri., pec. 7 Twenty seven carloads of coal were shipped from the mines operating under the Kansas receivership to night, the record for n single day shipment and an Increase of to oars over yesterday's production. It wss announced by ihe state receivers. tolnl production up to Hoturday nlgbl was 23 carloads. JKr'FKHHON C1TT, Mo., Pec. 7. Production of coal has been started In Mlaeoirrl and It will continue un til all the needs of the public are satisfied. Adjutant rjenaral Harvey Clark announced tonight MARTYR'S WIFE DEAD Kcnora Angrbw rasnr-s) Away With out h now I rig of Ilushsiwl's Trnghi t-Jul. ' MCW YOltK, Pec. 7 Henora An geles, wife of tho Mexb-an revolu tionary leader recently executed by Fananxa troops, died today without having been informed of her hua ha mi's H r nst and death. Hh came bete from F.I I'ssu three months iiKo suffering from nervous ex haustion caused hv fear for her hua I.Hiid aaf'ty, and gradually grew worse. At the time nf (ieneral Angel's execution her condition was so fee ble that hit friends deemed it Inad visable to give h-r the news and alio remaiiie in Ignorance lo the end She hives four children. H'-nor A nut Irs was 4 3 yen a old. I.cranl Optsescs lurk Mandate Ni:v vollK, 1 m c. T - p,iosiiion i to ut Anitritan tiininlile fur Ar noi l.t on tin- ground thnt It was a 'purely Turkish . heme ' wus it l!csee. t,v .lames ". lierurtl. for mer a mtussa d'r to tlertnany . antl ib.il'uan "f th American commit tee for thi In b K n kent of Ar fo nla. In nil address here today. Xcutral Dictator Is Suyyested by Henner for Austrian Nation Jij His a.-..' td Pr.M. VIKNWA. Pei. Pr Karl lletirier. the chancellor, has been notified bv 'he supreme council 'lei' I' Is wlll'tg 'o reiehe him le s . n i ! I y at l':irl lo plead his coll-t s d CK'T'I .s p'lght. t..,.i.ir Her. ner wi I ! g for lm tn. I. it. help. pr. t'-"g lis an C '.tt l'l.e III. re' It lltt II' of ''l" l-is. !it. v. ii . rn in 1 r '. sndeo'nui b tie alli.-s vf a n.u.'ial tit tator in. I a diotiie'! :n .ve a':iff to govern 'he coun-ry. Operators Hear Com mission Is to Study Problems. TO LIFT VElf TUESDAY Rumor Ma It That the Settlement It Upon Garfield's Plan. WILL RESUME WORK Palmer, Ames and Heads of Labor Unions En Route West. eillCAflO, pen. 7 The pro posal presented to John I.. I.ewl, acting president, tind William treen, secretary of the mine workers of America, by President Wilson and Attorney (ieneral Pal mer In Washington, last night. In cluded a 1 4 per cent wage increase ,to miners snd the appointment (lf a commission lo study wages, profile and al! conditions sur rounding the Industry upon tht roaumptlosvof work by th strik ing mlnei-s, according tn private advice from the national capital rlicelvsd by Pr. F. p. Honnold, secretary of the Illinois Coal Op erator' aaaoulatlon, today. VFII OK Ml'HTKIlY IH immoniitAaih.k. WAHMINfJTO, Pec. T. Oovern ment proposals for aaltllng the coal atrlk were tonight cloaked In a veil of myslery which promised to lift only at nidlannpnlls Tuesday when th federal court and the leaders of Ihe l'nited Mint Workers alike will be called on lo consider them. Attorney General Palmer and his special assistant Mr. Airtea. Wers traveling to Indianapolis tonight on the same train with John 1.. l.awis, acting president, and William tlreen, secretary of lha mine workers' union whose secret and equally secret con frerw yesterday with Mr. I'almer and Joseph I'. Tumulty, secretary to 'President Wllaon, resulted In a pro visional agreement lo settle. Not on of th participants would dls cuss Its meaning or Intent. In official quarters Fusl Adminis trator (larfleld speaking with brev ity and emphasis, addod only doubt to the situation. "My position has not been budged one inch and will not be.'.' he said. It was recalled thai yesterday Pr. (larfleld had reiterated that not on rent could be uotfed to th price of coal to flnam- wag Increases to tht miners greater than tht l4 per cent lit suggested which operator could pay out of profits, and that the gov ernment was behind him In th aland. It also was pointed out that on November 2 he suggested this basis of agreement In th miners, with a proviso that an arbitration commission he appointed by the president lo review hla decision with power to change tl If the commission should flndvccontnilcal justification. This proposal th miners' represen tatives then ttyitaatly rejected. From authoritative sources ther was only ths attorney ganeral a state ment, issued last midnight that "a definite concrete proposition from th president looklsg to tha speedy settlement of th strike," had been taken before Iewla and Green, and that they had agred to recommend It to the national board and policy commute of th tnln workers' union. Ths miners' representatives. It de voloped today, arrived In Washing ton at noon on Haturduy and were closeted until midnight with the at torney general. Thoy went from the department of Justice lo the horn of a friend, and did not ap pear until train time tonight, and would not talk or add anything to the attorney general's published ver sion of the situation. Who sent for the miners' loaders or whether they cams to Washington of their own ac cord was a nueetlon left unanswered by all concerned. Thnt the step taken guaranteed the cessation of the 'colt atrlk of the cessation of the coal strike of out was not rlymed anywhere. A definite silence was maintained of ficially on this point Likewise th executive committee of bituminous cttal operator watching ths gov. ernment activities hail no Informa tion which it would divulge tonight. tinsalpe was active over the situt tion which has Involved exclusive attention of most government chiefs for two weeks it waa said In labor i Irt les that the president's proposal would result In giving the miner more than previous government sug gestions would allow. other vsr sdns said that a practical repeti tion of IW Uinfleld'a erhltrailon ffer bad been provisional! v ex cept ed by the intne workers' union chiefs. It w:i further s.ld that a dif ference of method n dealing with tu - strike h id d-i cN..e.t among th gov eminent iig.-ni'ies i htef'y con .'tint I, tlwiiKti .ill were working towut'd a s.-t tieriien ' . Hut In r spopslbie uuaiters only silence o st iteno nts guarded to the utmost wete itVatlahie Meatiwhi. Pr (larfleld labored most of tha day on a rmil'ltude of detatls of the gt..,t job of trying ,i coosetve everv pound of coal, off. cutis were confident that the country wmi'd weith.-r the emerg en, v mil tlo.se who professed to sir full .ei:i.-m. ot of Ihe strlk i.ruis dk-i-ed to bv the attorney general and Lewis predicted that It would he ..li : . short while before the '.tal output would be ba'jk t noruiaL r I 8 li ft I c Mi '. it; t i I I;' 3i. W.L) il h a- s i l.-.si, l ' ;nj 11 If m $1 I iff ance.