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OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER
RELIABILITY CHARACTERS-ENTERPRISE
THE SUNDAY
f
FINA L
EDITION
A NEWSPAPER FOR
CIVTC7 PKIUE, THE IIOME,
A GREATER TULSA N
0
,
1IIIHH TV il I'd. IS
IN TWO M.I Hot I
PRICIO 5 CKNTS.
VOL. XIV, NO. 91
TULSA, OKLAHOMA, SUNDAY, DKCKMUKR liS,
BANK ROBBER IS KILLED
Henry Massey Is Slain
and Two Pals Taken
Near Atoka.
LOOT IS RECOVERED
Money
t
Taken from Bro
Bank Seized by
nude
r
Posse in Fight.
KINTA BANK IS ROBBED
Bandits Get $10,000 in Lib
erty Bonds No Clue
Found by Searchers.
ATOKA, Ohla., rii-c 2,7. Henry
M.issry was nil. a ami killed nml hi
two rnmpinlons, Iinck Hayes and!
Chester Im, were raptured last
nlyhl when Sheriff Siiiniti'r ofi
Atoka county, nd Torn llosmer,
special officer of tlio M. K. &. T.
railroad, crept upon their mountain
retuienvoun ultit) tuLcs miuth of
Atoka.
Tin' officers in r t Mna,". y Just out
nidi' 'hi! door of hin home, lie
reached fur lilt revolver ami both
nifti ni i n. Hi' ri'ii M :ii" crnuim
dead Dunning into the house, thelwriila norm ( t.craon looked
Officers llll't lh' lllllIT I WD. Seizing
their woman housoki eprr ntiil using
her an a shield, tin- men ill ' nipted
to hark Into u room whore the
fin arms lay. A throat from Hip
officers thai they wouhi shoot
raised thrill li submit.
Haven unci Lane, Hib officers my.
rnnfon'.ed to robhlnar 'hi Hank of
rirnniuie, nkla, lust Wednesday.
All except $t00 of the - , 4 f tl ninlen
ffom the Lank' wan recovered
Twelve hundred dollars was found
In an old coffee, ran hurled In the
yard, Hayes took the officers to til"
home In the hill" irnil revealed to
, 11
thetn the hiding- pUc of his
Mhlir
nf Iho loot, $SJ"i. Tlio Ktato .or
Ix'ulirana, had offi rod a reward fur
th iiiliture of MaitM'y, drad 01 ,
'iv. o
OKLAHOMA CITV. Inc. 27.
nnl.lurfi onfcird tln Siito Hank of
Klnu. llaakpll rountv, 'nkla.. Iat
Thiiimiav nlht or Kriday mornltiK
ami wupi'J with $10. '"Mi In l.H'rrtv
bondit.
Mfflrlalfi to the Kint.i Imnk 'li"
rnvrr"! ttioir Iohh V'rld ly iiiittvIiiit
Tiny it-potiPil It tod. i'. 'a I'iikiho I'.
iDim. R-oroiarV of ill" nklalioma
Il.inki'ts' aMori,it ton. lioo.' IhmiI
iUar"iT Hp' In Ihm iliv Acronl
Irc to Iho ii'iiort ulx.-n' S'VfMiarv
iiiin. the entire vault i ruined
tiv ilvnatnlte. one Hide of It 1'i'iiip
coiii'leelj' torn away
No traiV or Hew of Iho rohhers
has l.eeii found.
MAN KILLED BY AUTO
trf-orire m. nrl or Mi-rion-wiii', io.
ster!i In l'ront of Auto )rlcei
Ity I.jlo lrrkey.
a-orun Ward, r.fl. of Pteffens
i. Mo., was faiafly Injured lasd
liutht when struck hy n Biiloniohlle
driven hy W. I.yle I'lckey, on V.t
teenth street, between Hockford and
(Julnrv avenues. !: wltnesaen nay
that Ward -ntepped In front of the
lln'MiiK i ir. Ills skull was fractured
nd he died en route to a hospital
Mr. turkey stopieol his machine
as quirklv as possible telephon
!"r an amhulanr from a
ir iL'sioi-e
"Mr. Mirkey Is know n to be a very j
fa'.-ful driver hy thn traffic men of,
'he f,.rre." en id Chief of Dollre!
fhuries Allen last nlKht. "After n!
UieroiiKh nvest!K ation t Is Apparent i
.'bat the accident wa tinnvolda hie." J
i I'lfers found In the porke's of 'he!
4"a I- tiinn showed that he had for-
mo-lv Iim-, In Kleffensi ille. iln.j
Ai. ,.r Inn; to J II. Strand, inan.iKer
f Hie rnl'ed l.mp'.ovment aci-ncy.
'ird was IhlnK with his son ami'
4 ith'i r-ln-law on thn east ail of.
Iciwn
Thrnitah the I'fiiiiliii ttipnt nirenrv:
tint MAO, I ...I. ..,1 n ,r, .tu-on.l I
. ' "i'l, j"" .'" n ... ,,i . ,
t II I" S'etenn, one-h ilf mile tior'h '
Kendall colleKe on I 'ec-mtier 7.!
"tl'-ti :s thoiiRht lo have l n soon
f'er h.. f.rnf came to Tuls.i f'om
MIsboiim. c.IUer he w is employed J
u 'Vi. '..r at a local hospital ,
Kf'.ifa o rim I the d.-ad mitt's
" vivos had been uiisiiccssf.il all
ia'o hour Inst nla?ht. nccordimr to
fc tn in liter of the M,.' iv under, j
'4iiX turlor where he w .s taken .
lsiiior Shlps-il In Hat.
Ki.
1-1 . Mo.. I'.'C 27 Seieti-v- i
' I. ir's nf whisky and vino al-i
''"1 .fi. f.otnd m a cari"ii I "f hay
"a
lav by ':ke
v was billed
Me, Hkla
routi v '
to John
.rr a'
D"
lain.
;.i n -
IF YOU FORGOT TO
ri'T THAT ADVERTISE-.
MF.NT IN THE WOULD
YESTERDAY
CALL OSAC.E r.ooo
TONKiIIT
6 P. M. TO D P. M. (V
World's Sens Told '
In Condensed Form
For Hurried Headers
I'AUK r'KHItl Hi
iitm poylun, . n
V V a . Jus-.
-U II!
f u.
ii... i Himr .iuni .-.krjii
I.ilile llo,-kl:,r (Unci i oi Parki-ratnus, !
i i no aga vi 1 -a ) ear.
PAULS, Iy. 27 Mnrli1 Kk.i Ui In
1 fciritifj ttiH r'iil!ujin I'AiiiimiWr if
l-'iniiprr tint )m !.m-I'.i t."tt iffr of
I ft riifullHlCv to ttit iM'liAtf wtlh h W TP
I it'll t y offered hint. ariHr1iiiK to tl' Mtttu
WINNII'Kil, Mm . Ii.--
-Hnnt ciicr of
Iw.t jours' nnpri.n!ini.il mi
i.i'int t II ii ii !!...;: oi r "( Dm
li't.l.T in Wlll'iil'i'ir rl"-i'"l gi.:iiTi n'rik
llmf,l waa Iimi.mI -uilly ri"'enlly of
trilltmiit ritipm y .
NKW TO UK. IVo a; I'rof. l.i.Mn
It. nil U'iiri 1 alilrmn, dlrcfor nf ti.a I'ro
f''nr normal a. IkmiI of Mim'.i l!iy. Iia
frlTt'tl hrrp at Iho Prat nf a r.iiiiTuiK.on
lo hhifly AinrrirM intllnliulia for niMrui'
lion of ilia fffb.a inniiliJ II Hat annoum a.J
ki.l a v. -
MiM'ST fl.KMKNs. Mwh ! '.'7 -Mra
Knltt 1'rrvont Hniwn ami lirr r-oimin,
l.lowl l'roAl. Mho liat l.i.'i hrtil at may
final ilnra.i' in ..iini..-tMiM willi tin- a!a
Ir.ir of ,1 Hfan'i'r llinwu. thr wutnan. Inn
I'anil, rre r''l'M'.l fri-m Ilia niunly jai!
hrrii Una afirrnoiin.
Jln.MK. I.- ;T - lithr..'. .rnn.iniio la
uii'l.ir.tiKiil to liavi" anlti..! PrrmnT Null lo
polioi; hit iiiinoiinr"l vimi to Lomltin on
th v'ronn that hit trMirtnrr hluiti.d lit
pri-ir.lii, hy lli ri'iiliiliic of a .Ufiniti l
fli'n.pnt of thi. K'U'nn Mttintion hrlwnan
ii ' A nnunrio and tn. It.i!lan gorrrnnirnt.
DM. I. AS. Tr.at. Di- V7 Mra. Ma Oil.
25 yrart old. wan livlirlrd h t lulu
I'onntv franil jnrv loday i-har.'t wilh
riiur.lrr if hir husliaud whom ha thot lo
Ifatli on a diMotTi ptrprt lat Tn.tlar
llal.aaa
in hrr
rout
proi radir.t r innututed
l.rha.f
Hf.KVIl.I.K Trial, Drc ? Daminf
ethnialiil at V 1 ft.llili) rH llr.l ar!y lo
dar thpTl fi.M datriivi.d Ihn ilratnl I Itira
llontf bulldiliff In tli rio'trr of tile l.il at
rraa dmrn't ai.d fal'mf wala irahad i
through ihi roofa of aft o our niorv luiild
in:a adjoitlnif on the wrsl and through
thriii) on the aonlh aide.
NK"W YOKK, D
j tm fir to rioilili
17 -.
nalH.ntl
hradqoar
rominitia iil ha rtiahlitlifd
III Hirl . Jir.ailr.
ffp.t Korfv fourth alrirt, whrri. tlir rn
Mira fourth floor hst .. n frfc-tfi-d. tl tli
n'inoiinrrd todar (hairnian Wnl 1! !lat
land tha hail.iiarlart alaff will mote from
: 1ia n I nkpHPu k. '.'In L'W.t.
on Mon.Ur
MKNuMON'tf. Wit. !)' ?7 rnllait
Plain iiiri. t Minrn.', C. Wolf to-
""v '' Miff"' iMini..la of a.igar ai,t
ilt
l.ara l.i'i'n had in tlorap for mora than I
,r,rra mnrllia hy the .tllra K"'d rom.
pmr. Vo!f .aid iha rompanv A ifonllnn.!
! the nun , of a iffar in the iiMiduria apteral
I niontha ago, but failfd to disjiota of ill
, ttork .
I.Al'I.KDK Mo. De. 57 Si-iaral n
f Rrnpt. frien.la of flan .Inhn .t. l'rmhinf
- th'n ha tiat a hot hre, wra tntda happy
Kri'iay. It became known today, kv re
, rwipt l-t one of llii'ir uiunher of a . heck
'for ft 'el fr.en h c.nira', who i, aj a d
' toT 'In lid'.hlait with r.'!atiTet at l.in.-oln.
i Vi.h Th.' r.-'ira! akd tliat tha money
la d Ittri l.nt.-d amoliy In" old nrro at 1
' qiiaamantet an ( lo i.l'iit. ififlt. f .
I Kiltr WOKTJI Tent, r. ?7 - Trail
.'it. o 1oprr. a I iriiplt i-efipr for the M,l an
Kait'a ni! .ori'fit';v to kilifd bmiI rol.hpd i
Tv Mtlran I'uf.lilt wlille en route from
! San.liriro. Moti.-o. to I.oraiale acror-lina t !
I reporta rereited hrre Hr Jiad 1 Ron pe.ot ,
d tth l,i. h to ptv worVora In tli oi; )
! fii'id. Thrroll rei panv it a Dutch llrittth j
W.W OKK D- n - vainil r
Ii,...gri. T i - a 'i '..it'll tenrral u N.-w.
York. ik. nod a ia'o'n-l torlthi In wiiioh.
; ho ii'ioird pro il.-i l I'arrtnra a. .Iiwl.iroif
"oi't:ro:y fal.o'' ll.o lott of loltor. mado
j ptil.'ir hr Vn.aior tail o' Now Monro
I pni ;,orliin lo t'o.M' tl nl 4 ariatifa wat In
ampathy with radical elomontt in thit
' country. i
KA'OWII.I P. Trni , Iioc 57- Maud
Moore, rocant'v cnnv"-.ol of Ihe. klllinf of
I.erov D llarth. 'romine"t ti'iaipa.,a man
of Ihit city, wai rrti)lol a ot trial lo
day. .Tunra T A ft No'aon to arr.-i- line
tho motion, aralod that whi!s lo oi:d
hato a p'oted a tor'lict of murd.-r in tho
aocond ofroo tha ntHorico did nut war
rant ooiitiction of tha woailn for niurliar
In the flrtt dofroo
wNo Credence Given Story of
Bilhj Danseu
J J
Chief if
of 1',. 1 1, us. I
in Tuisa
P.
lire U
was r.
.Lett Anton
pi,:e in be
s i ;,po- d I v
ftl'l-
-t
! U'lt.
th.- a:;
v I '.-ins
in i v , 1
si at r h ititf for
lulpers of i'.ll
I .'l!!.'d liet fe' I
flle SO
. i.-s:i-.k tor
lis home in
s.-eiii mna'lis
f t uin
H.tmmoMi
If Aiit"!i
I rr of ih
men: or :
force I l 1
lie ot ,l:!o:
'lail-s II
1. N .1
w as iu Tuln.i no inom-
Ti
pom
ileparl-
.IT .Inn
him a' I.'
I'lll.f of
M'.en rind
obey'n,
hour.
I. :;
-herif f
hiM'ant
,il!ms
. it al u
mil. y.
A, .'ofi.
ciii.-f ,.r
t llle. I l-.l
I'l'INk' I
t'-r la . w
P m . i
tiuin no
A i'on
In- C
porte I
wifi li
l.o'h ki
IV
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r ii
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ited
to
I- v.
lo
Bl 1
hi:-
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t : , it I
I h l.t
a lilt!.
-I th
a''
the ef
w !:olli h
s I I t .. ::
ii n
, Ui
I lo
bill
il ;
i I -
M Ho
n.i
' n
1,. a! a it': ot i"
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and
its-
,'!'..
d
Sis' A' 1-1.1 tl ',- .M-.'X.I'.''
I I . V . i . .! I i : a: kt' '
- - I - 1 111 k '.o t .
I.. -ti'' 's '. '
via' r sals
II, T.e -V
I I '. I
..I Ir.-l
Ml N I . 1 -
::. ti.- .1 ' '
a a. li ll.'l II II' I" I ' '
!. s d i I t
to !,'
. ' ,.- 11 " ' I'.O-'V ' ISO
,t. - s . - t a : -1 I t s.- i ' ".' 1 1 I " i t
... II.. -S a 1 d ' I'.iM "at tl-
r.i-1 f - -it .1 in .: t - ' t s -.1
,,s I ho -Ill- t.t IO I I t.1'1 I
Wht'r. tc'-r 111. res S
White, a'cus-d of t!ic iiui-'er ot
ITALIANS BLAMED
FOR FAKE LIQUOR
New York Detectives Dis
cover Source of Pois
oned Uooze.
nrrirrDC nr a;addatu
rr ,rn.i i iiHnrH
ChifUKO Starts Probe Into
Making of "Coroner'H
Cocktails" in That City.
DEATH LIST GOES HIGHER
Expect Total of 00 Fatalities
In New England From
Wood Alcohol.
M:V A ( iHK, 1h-. fl Sfvrnty
Htlil iHTMotirt liatc illi'J iluiliitt
the liit H ImurM iAl wurra of
otlnTM r' Mirfrrliix from uinily.
hIh mill hliiiiliK'HM. ilno to dill klnit
wonil al'iilinl wIiIhU)." Bi-oiiril-luif
id ri'iMirtH ri-tfltisl touittlil
fniiii Wil li oaMlrrn rlili s nml I'l-
I lio lull of miIkiiioiim lliinor In
tlio liltlu-M In Now I.MKlmiil. ttlllTt)
US ili'iitli.-f iiri'r'it'rtliHl. ijn -
nu n lit liliiiMt' I'iiIIm. Ma.-vt.,
ono ut siirtnufli'lil, Miioim., ure
anil
In-
uil, , llil IHI .
In iioinei (Ion Willi tin- N'W
I upland iliailii mill "It r Hirli il
In .Ni'tv ork olty, miII''c, Iriirrnnl
ri-M iiui' orflnm nml hkoiiIh of tho
ilrpartoii'lit of Jiixllii', aro m'rk
liiK iliildi IMiaoi'll. linMrti'r unit
t'oniinlNMii I HM'it luiiil or llilx M,
who tln-y iiowrt. nolil 1- hnrn-lM of
Ihc mimiioiih lliiior. 'Iho ihiIIiv
rliarito thai tl whlnky" wax ooii-
tiM'tril In niriiiioll' eloro In
Mlitt Urr etrtfl.
In tlilioioo. Man., Ill ini-fi mnl
two womoii illi-J. In Sii-tilcrii'lil
thro men nml one milium: llil
ji.Le Hit nu n, nml ki t.ri i nrii Id,
Mm., ono man. In llaiifni-il.
('mill., lit iMTHOim llil of tl"
INilson. TIioiiioiivIIIi'. t nml.. ailil
1,1 two niore lo the toll
lilmtco iviiortiil idjrlit ilonltiM
from ilrlnkliiK of h1.h.iiwiiim lefv
niiii I'wo dentin, wrro naniuiiuTil nt
"Newark V .1.. Iv Hip IhiIIiv
Tliro ,lli In t levrlniul. ,
NKW TOItlC. Pec. 27 New Tork
detertlvra meklnif thai nouno of
whlKkv" inaniifartured from wood
alrohol wlileh han raiieed nrorea ofi
deaths In tho east w ithin the last I
two dis, tftiitiht etpneMi-.l the;
opinion' that luindredi of hurrele of:
the piilson. li'ptor were made In thin
i lly l.y a hand of Italian and'
Hlilpped to fiinnei'tleut tin. I nearly
htates The V predleleil a nuinlier of,
nrreet soon would he made. I
The detortives made this iredie
tion after n raid on wliat Is believed
to liavo linen an lllloil n'HI on llaxler1
street, where 11 tiottleH marked j
"whisky flavor" and "whisky ex-1
trart" were found i onreale.1 iimoiiK
niiK
liars of eawdiiNt. Manv more t
ennt a I n I n ir intireilienia
d Ilia l
used In the m.i n ufaet ui e of Italian
and Spanish rordlals, aleo were ills
rovered. nreordltiR to the pollee
There were manv liottles lalmled
"brandy extract. The luoprletor oflMHes
Die ha-. tiiellt In w hli l the lllleped ' have
still was located was arrested.
In the Iirnnx detertlves attached
to the district nttorney s officii also
were huntin for contraband liijuor
and hoof lei;,'ers. Tho health depart
ment also ordered a rlKld Inspection
of saloons Autopsies fodav showed
CIINTINI'KII ON I'A'iK TWO.
Being itiTulsa'
S for the romlnK r
I'-illv I'afisev, from Coninsvllle,
i ),:a.
The l-t'er declared tlia' a lull
and w,.t. mm ii. !- on, l-i i iru'i:
lance nl ' oiofi-t III.', 'imvli'ir in
their lioSNee-iloti n linv ans'A et iir
Ih.. desci iption of 1 : illy 1 anse .
White leerhi-d the letter
si'iK auo nod anwored It. '"'t
han re rr.f.l to fuiihr word iu
connection with It. Th" letter is
now In the bunds of li ti'our
Iti lte. attoin-v for Char es hi e
The elder White s'rued totiik-ht
he expected definite w m d ftotti
the tiklahotna a u ' hr.r 1 1 1 s early
next we-k lie said thai a. ..ioini;
to t h" let . r the I...V I, eh. ' e l lo
be lully 1 1 1 1 . s ' y was put on a
train at To -.- i. ' 'I- in . ' oia i
and woman oi n.uhiiii: ' oi..ii
title t lie boy -is pin. I it, f to.
rare . f another mati Ihe p
..nl to have
!.... and ui e i'
Hon effnr's
ivt hl the in
an. e
a -t '-n
'd.-lg
o I I'
It. 1- 1
: go
.f
t !
ii p.
1-
M-
V e.
New York Life
Insurance Co.
Farmer & Duran
20.1 I'ulniT Hide. riiiuu. lal
Sims Starts Navy's
Row Over Awarding
of War Decorations
I
The row over the award of navy
deem n lion whleli will riilmliiafe n
an ln estiiratloii liy fi'Miti'H and the
navy department win raused hv the
refusal of Admiral .Sims, Amerlean
naval eiimmaniler diirltiK the war.
to ai'oept Hin ill st liiKUIslied sen Ire
medal awiiiiled him. lie ohertod he
rause of the londltlons under wlnrh
awards were reviewed and hlue
luMii lied hy Secretary llanielH iihr
admirals have sitKit Joined Ninut In
Kllllllllr lefllHMlS.
CANDIDATES MUST FILE
Itiilliilf llamlcil Ion In South -Dakota:
Limit I tplrcl .lanuary I;
WimiiI N allied In Nrbraoka.
I'liMlltf.. M. I), lec, 27. in nil
opinion made public tonight Attor
ney (leneial l'uynn of Nuuth I'akoln
holds that under thn taie Itlrhar la
piluuiiy law all candidates for oisl
ilent or tire president of the l ulled
Suites. leK.irdlesa of party if, wheth
er nominated by the party conven
tions or. by minority proposal men or
liotltfori,- ilium r.le a declination that
they villi qualify If nominated und
elect-ed, tf rrfflco If they deslrn their
names ilnced on the ballon ut the.
I Mm h primaries.
t he opinion was given In reply
loan I n . i u 1 1 y from .Se.retary of,
S'ate. Mi. Iliiikliait said that un
, der the op, moil he i an n, t plai e thej
iiame erf .mv i an. Il'late for any place,
'on Hie slam ticket unliem hu has
jolRtied tile pIcdKl'S le.Ulli'd Utllbl!
llif law.
I Major Cetnral lnnunl Wood.
who was nominated for president by j
, the ricint stale t e pti hi lea n pro
jpnsal enliven lion, has inn jit filed
Ills an cpl a 1,1 e, but s exported In,
i 'In ho within a day or two. There1
has been no indU allot! in to what!
I course I'resi.lenf lis. in. Humiliated
hy the ili uiormt r proposal meet-
. InK. would take In the mailer. ;.iv-!
lemur Lowilen nf Illinois, .lumen W-
i.erard of New York, und Senator
J'oinilexter of Washington
filed as Inileiiend.'nl. randl
lales.
LINC'iLN. Nehr., Hen, 27 A vet
er'n petition asking that the nam
of Ceueral f.eonnrd Wood be placed
on the republli-nn ballot for the pri
maries next April 2'). when the v..l-
ern will express their preference fori
presidential nominees. was filed
with the seiretaiy of n'ale here to
day I
Cnder Nebraska law. t lenrpnl 1
noil win noi nave to rue anv nr. I
I he first pt eslden - 1
filed In this mate
In k campalk'n. If was i
ptesetiied by I rank I'. Corrlik. of
Lincoln, dlteitor of a Nelnaskal
movement in 'iener il Woods behalf'
ami was nitcncl by both n -n and
women.
iBUCKSHOT FOR CAR THIEF!
! . . i
! . - . (
' l iiiployc of Iteto 'o. SImkIs nt Man!
.Mlerjrtl to Ifnve Stolen Mm hlnr
Tonv II.,. I wis peppered with'
Ibtnksh'.t lat nncht hv ,1 lit van, an j
, en p!i.o .,; the II. in I -1st rl'.u' uin '
' I'.,! V H to. -..US It- fo'llld Hall
i ,. nd I o . t In r n.i ! w ith a I line it a
I oiioibiie. that h id been s'o'on '
tff'.m 'ho ,-iimi .mv Th- k'i'iii', 'li
lt " k ,!.i, ,. tu at th Arkat nws nv-i
htlL--
; Af"r hoot it, if Hull. tran f
1..V , oe:'-.!"l ' l.a ies L-ltl 'l'S
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and
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to
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tl.
Th
di It.
to Hi.
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g hot
v n-lds.
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tho
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I I -.ier
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l
. a i r
l.o.iie.
Th-v
under
.1 II
1 I '
-n
Is
'When fhe Clouds Roll By," Fair
banks Latest Pkture-Rialto Today
1 1.1 tii "--i I' - wh.-n . b'a'k rat rr," your pi'h'" Ale ..u
afia 'I "f ,1s' Ar toil -t f "t l I to raise an utobn-l,i in the liir"''
Are y,.u eiipersti'o.us-' I, S sfa't-ii'il r'-pi'r'e n l e nun ooo
Amena's ure. sr.- v'i'i one of 'Jo-m ' See Iiollglas I a r'.. inks'
T a -. "ise. W..-n 'i. ..mis It"': Pv ' P.lit. all tn.s we-k
stir'.i.g to lav 'ho :i..,-' r. eel aniusng and "riciral pn'u-e he
has '.if !' n l l . on in Li'-' if -you II e iv e". V." Make'h"
f . ! w I "I iv ,' !! art it.. I I l fi- ruh 'if a': I ur'.sils'
I hilosopblntl ci, nn d. . Hits Is tto n.nstetpiere Advertisement .
pf JTWO IN ARE KILLED IN HOLDUP FIGHT
UI OiniRL ILnll
House Not Kx pec ted to
Concur on Cummins'
Kail Measure.
VETO IS LOOKED FOR:(';,nfSMuVe'frnt!
I'resi'lent To Withhold
prova of Prohibition
Walkout Is Thought
Ap-
of
NOTHING DRASTIC PLANNED
Labor Tells Purjiosti of Ses
pion Called for Monday
To Declare Principles.
WAHIIINOTMN. Oee 27. The at
titude of the orcanlr.ed lallway em-
ploieti lowiiul Hie autl etriki' pin
Vleli'il of the ('ummiiis railtoad hill
will he formally slated in a il.ilaia
lion of pi lin Iplen to he drafleil l.y i
Ihe heads of all the I. rot Itei hoods '
al a ronfereni'e hete Mniidny wllh'
President tiompeis of 'he Aini'l Irani
reiteration of l.ahor !
I.ahor leaders derlated today lhnl
"llolhlnit lilaclle was to lie expelled"!
hut the Keneial view iiiiiiiiik oiuiii
Ired workeis was that affiliated ;
trades would stand hy Hie railway
maihlnlsls' union whhh
Voted 111
l u It work If roiiftriHS enurfed the
anil strike provisions Henalora and
repnsentiitlves now In Washington
ejipiesHed ttie opinion, however
II...I
Ihe house would not aceepl Ihe hill
as It lame rrnm Ihe senate and that
even ir il nhoilld pasn, I'tesldent Wil
son would vein II.
Isaok l or Veto.
The poeslhllllv r a proeldiifitlal
veto has been (ilven eerlous consider
ation hv members of t onnrcss. who
reallxe the necessllv of enaeilnt; the
proper legislation before the roads
are handed back tn their owners on
March I. Labor leaders In itlai iihh
11 i K this eventuality also called at
ti'tilloti today to this n'nleinent by
the preeldent In Ills mensuK to con
gress four weeks into:
"The right of Individuals to strike
Is invloliie und ought not tn he lu
ll rfet-d with hy any proeens of ttnv
eriiment. bill there ih a predominant
right of the Bovernment lo protect
ail of lis people und to assert Us
power and majesty against tha chal
lenge of any class."
'I hin one sentenee was variously
Interpreted - by brotherhood officers
as a virtual unuoum ement by Ihe
president that he would. not elgn a
hill denying the right lo etrrVe and
by Senator Cummins and others as
nolbe by the president that even
f the right tu all ike was Inviolate,
'he rights of the publlr stood over
and above it.
To Slrllic It Out.
ltegarillenn of what artlon might
ho taken by the lirol hei hoods, the
belief prevailed In rongreeslona I rlr
rlrs that w hen senate and house ron
ferees got through wllh the I'll in -italf
is nod I'.s.'h bills, no vestage of
CiiNTIM KD ON l-Ai.K TW ii
Ileinstein Uses dun
After Losing $3,000
In Texas Crap Game
FrieeiaJ t Ta Warld
r-'iiKT WitltTII. Texas, Iee. 27.
ftogers Hornnbv, Kt. Iiula Cardl
tuiln' shortstop and (thajnplnn
sltigrer of the National leugue the
past season, was uf rested here
today wllh two others in connec
tion with a dire game In (he II. i
te West!. took, which caused
Moms Itelnst-ln of Tulna. tu lose
l:i'iuo and later commit sub Ide
Chtis'inns rnoiiilnar In tils room al
the lio'el. Hcorillnt: to u note he
wrote before nhoorliin- himself
Ilornstiy and two othets pleaded
gitiltv In the it nine and wen. fined
I .in In Coiititv .lusilio Mo.jres
court and released. Two mote
weie nrre.sted 1'lld.iv III, 'I released
n.tollai lv .
The dire game hal been g 'lllg
on roiitlnu.i'islv il.iv and night
sitne Mondiv inoriiifg i ' was l
b'ged. and muhv inurnment men of
Ihis . ty "sat In' the game The
rountv' sh. -tiffs di p.irltnept is
milking a n i nf Ih . on ig.il Inn and
more arrests are assured.
The bodv
Will sill'- h'
Hits moriittig
Wl'l he rom I
l-.-sidi'tiin ,it
ntr-e'. a' '; o
,f t".r,s
e f,..'i, y
a n I f i lie
i t--d r. -nil
III Mi"!
lurk 'Ins
Pelns'eln
it t h Win ' h
III s.-t v. es
the r.lltl'l'.
N I fief ,-rt, I II
afternoon .
Till: WEATHER
Ti l i
lie
Ma.imum .'1
fnoaiit""' 1J ioii'I,
nk' .IlluVtl s.,0.1
i-vl M'.r.aji
far
ai-1
l.ef'o ri,.'. in lo.nt o''iir
I'lt'lSMSt t.!' I r t s F i
Mor-ta. f. ' littlo rha-fo in l.'iit'.ra eo
A Ilk t V. t Hin,'!., ttrt'r ..'i't Won
''a. f-n-ra, fair, litl t 1 a: (a o. toaipo'
an.f o
CONDUCT PROBE
INTO NAVY ROW
vesication. j
ADHERES TO POLICY'
Daniels Announces Hoard
Will Ke Instructed Along
Lines lie 1 1 an Adopted.
WASII1N'
M'SllKHl)oii i
awards of d
'I'l IN, I ier. "1. I' llll In
f the i null ovet sy ou r
', .d atliins for t iir. s. i v
Ire to tun a I olfli
load I') Item A
Sluts' 1 1-, . tit pi "I.
I a ih e II.-.I l-ooted
i i s hi oun lit
liuiial William f
nl .it;. i tllHt I lie 'in
l I lie llal V ii. pal '
in.-ii t .
and I
w ill I
i Ho.
t, i. ol.- I. .oh
i I'.ll lllll'lll.
l.y i otih.1 i i
l i'l tin
Ills' it ii ri
heels of Seel
uii.-i-iiii.iii thai
t.ti y I'm
lio- nuai
hoard, h'-aded
KlOKlll. had hee
vi ni d In ti vli
onimeitil it ions f
l.y Dear Ailinli.il
n ordi'li'd re. on
us fiiotiiiits on ier
,r 1 1 1 lot a I h or oilier
llel'olallolih, llepl esenlllllve l.lllktll.
ri putiili an, M.i.'hiii liusella, of Hie
house naval i "III loll I ee, rolifiiud
Wllh iiii'luheis of the e.'li.'ltn t ..111 in I! -
I've ;"'"' , '", ' ' '"
lee wotitit nihil up .in- -I-...-Ill,
II w hen roliMri ss I erolivell.-d
llepi. j. Mi .lllli) l.ufkln raid He. l e-
I IMIV . I III II I.' 1M A it III II 11 'II ItlllKIII
Mms Hint
c.l.led I" f'
which doc
Iiutlon f"i
niher olfl'i-is would lie
,im the limit coininitlec,
nut need special author
Its' in.pilry l hatig-s made
hv Mr. I'aniels In the hoard Mat or
awards as we. I H" the atel .m of the
hoard In each .as., will be ixumlned.
he sal. I.
Serre ,11 V lililllels said today Holt
in revluiig th- li"l "f derorHtlons
and In pas. log on lo w recomini nda
lions for awards. Ihe Knight board
would be tost' lined tn follow In gen
eral the policy adopted ill revising
Ihe original lls's. giving due c. ni
si, lerntl, in to the oblei'llons l.y offi
cers who have criticised some or Hie
awards
The names of Admiral ID-nry II
tliVI'ITfli 1 1 N PAiiK TWO
stateTroops called
Attnek on Miiimirrr "f Phint l'o.
Iowe.1 hy Isemmix) of order Itlol
Itesull I'roni H"l"aJ llnnl.
ri i:ill,i). Colo,. Pec. 27 -An at
tempt Was made nt fi o'clock last
night on Ihe life of I'tank K I'srks.
nansget of H'e Mlnne.ua plant of
the Color.idit I'nel A Iron Co. ac
cording to an announcement by Mr.
Parks today As a' result It Is un
derstood I Tin t state troops have been
asked lo mine hen- and lake rhiirge
of fhe situation
The atta, k on Mr I'arks was made
hv two null as he w is lefurnlng to
his home from his off" Ml I'aiks
did not believe III" shots wine In
tended ror him until he. noticed his
auumioblle this nioinlng and round
four hnllel holes thiough II
Kbits followed i esn 1 1 1 lf Ion this
week of woik In the plan' nf'i-r It
tuid been closed since September by
the strike
An n'tempt1 Jail break wan made
nt Ihe Pueblo ciuintv Jail at h' o i lock
this evening The escape or the pris
oners was frustia'ed hv slorn f td
by one of the guards. i I. mi l v
wounding an Inmiite l 'h- t ime
of I If eon i , I to I t ll C leader.
Who prol.iiblv will !:- T'li e '.".
( oil's vviim Lit lit- I., .'in up by Ho
prlsolno s hof ol e l,i ' p
I ' i : n v
nit. i
oh
I '
,'
-,i mull
. f t ho I I
t p, !-:,!,.
1 1, i' mi ' I
ipicst for
troop
s to p
at fhe Minn"
rado I'lle Ar
r.i elv ed hero
era I So.i t i: Ii
i,ta
It-,,
, pt I I'll t .1 ! luhs
i..'. tm . -' "
):ft. I -i,-.
coir to .i lid "f
; ( 'otili Iss a 0 t
I w III leave for
I tonic h t h nd
tinroi r.,- ;
W
I I
. 1 1
N
cu c;ir s K't
A 'I'
I Intel Tulsa
Dancing
P.t'iins at 1 0 p. pt
Oab.iTi-t
IN
('( iNNEi'TION
M a k v r"''r a? ions at
Cashifr's Window in
.Main Of fi.
NO RESERVATIONS
MADE OVER PIlnNE
Allies Will Demand
Surrender of Crown
Prince to Face Trial
l,llMlo lie.
ILI.IIII, ' ill IIO'l
pi ill .-. II I I l In.
nt (" I fiMH 1) 111".,
(till In I . ' 1 1 1 . i , I .-.
t'7 I 'I e.l.'
i ;. i in. i ii i
U'li'il in Hi"
J.UI I eli'l. I
hy I he I n
1 1, k
w n
lint
h.
.1 1. UK I" nil lllll'ffl. I ll
uf ,l I " i i'lll tlieel Inu liel IV ee
I .-imrt
II lltll-
I I'd
Tw.hu y
Ii law
It Mil , I'.
. rr i
I 'n t
It y
a PI"
lals ii'i'l
' It llll'ler
lusiinv
ii a 10 ha vi
f.U
III l
been no
I. 'I ,1. I -loll I r. I. lied a f t tin
ii. ii i')t i oi: a i .1 In ill" ra.-e
oi in. -i I-: ti 1 1 ii i ui llilaio
hi t liel ot Ihe iio-n w Ih.si.
i'ihI'-i- will I... il.-iiianded has
mill pl.- 'il . tl was elated, and
stepn iililih ate to lie taken
i't I
A
silt 1 1
I II
I lie
to IllnUI e ( 1 1 . 1 1 nut lender have been
ilei Hied upon ime m two uues
llouaetlll oiitl.lli'llng will he sub
mitted to Pr-nili r Lloyd liemge
and I 'lenience, i u when they inert
In Pal is tie xt month.
NO PACT WITH JAPAN
Mate Department HciiIcm lt''iort of
Agreement Iti lng Made ml llp
ernllons to Is. Ma'de III SIM'rtn
W AS 1 1 1 Ni i'l'i iSI, line. 27 Japan
and Hoi l iiiteil Stales have reached
no new agreement rcgiitdlng the Hi
betliin itent li, ii, II was an Id today
ut the stale department. .Negotia
tions lookhi-j lo such an agreement,
vthl.li vi eie Initiated hy Japan
lifter the recent rapid advance nf
In., holshiulkl, still nro in pi ogress,
officials ilMclnred.
o
.la m ii is said now to hold thn
view that the situation In Siberia
resulting from Hie bolshevik ad
vance demands a rend lust inent of
Hie leliitlouH uf thn powers which
pat ticipaii.il iu the in Ik I ii n I nllltury
mnv eineiil Iu Siberia, and has up
prom hrd the Amci haii gov eminent
on the subject. The Japanese ure
i-l id to feel that It Is their duty to
hold their plrsent lines against till)
advancing boleshevlk wave, even
though I' he hecessaiy to send strut's"
rrlnfoi a enn uis to their wrioy In Hl
lena. '1 I, n Mtinounretncnt by Urn Jap
anese official en l, I .It - hnrnvu ut
ladivostok that a common ground
on which lo I, use Joint nrllon In HI
Leila had been reached by the I wo
roiinlrlea wss believed by nfflrluln
here to have had to lo with -thn
agreement entered Into nomn months
ago relative to Iho gnnes nn thn Si
berian iiiljioad to be protected by
American and Japanese troops,
STATE EDITORS MEET HERE
AsutoelHlcil preen MouiInts of t)Lla
lionin Will Miit In Tulsa.
Ansoelnted press members. of
iiklnliomu, will be guests of Thn
World in a meeting to tin held In
this city tomorrow. All papers on thn
servl. n In Ihe slate have been In- I
vlfed to aond repn sonutlven lit Hie,
inietlng. whl'h will he held either I
In
he Win-Id nfflre or lit Ihe illy
hall
Visitors will
lulu hi on to In'
Plllll I'.lWll'S,
rlml ge i'l the
be entertained lit tl
given by The World.
snpei mtendcfil In
Clilriiato office, will
la
present The gulheiliig will lie
a so. la I one, und iiieallons pertain
mg to th hettetlng of tiklahoina
papers will be discussed.
Taruater Is Formally
(Itnmttl With Murder
i
CAI. LATIN Mo
i an' f - i inn I i e ti 1 1
t'e.- 27 A war.
' .. ... v ......
fll g II'IKO i i n
vt .t'ei i 11 V
'"I.V .
I , , I : a 1 1 n I ii
hv .1 T ''
A coronet '
. let k
with the death of
po' .o to
d,t.
,!.
'1,111 t.ll, WSS I
po J.isllle of
Jut v re. ommend
I t es-
'i l i
W Itl
tha' Tarwa'o,-
fll.t .ei;ti. Iiini.lc
he
ril l r red
CHRISTMAS OFFER EXTENDED
o, ; i,,t of wealll-r I ondltli OS lll l '' .g" t tn I'l SMVI'-e 'h
i.tl.p
I'.ni t
A I I.W
l '. I i I I. V V N I i .- " V
f T ti i s I. ,'e I N.I Apply on
O vt.els Vt o lllte I't .'l'l.'l o,J I llliMIIOI I'l'MI'l ......
HA t S M ' HI i:
I , r M.i.l Muliei ilp'ums In l.ki..h.....t N"t i I AP' r Jan 7th
1 III-. i I i.nlv W ot Id,
I ii - a i il, I i I''1" ;
I ttal.t to I lk- a, L I- lag.- of toil' II, ..III t .t i: ef!. ' I" b-W all.l
I . '" ! I I.' 1 1 : 1 1 1 a 1 1 ' . to i . I
. .".! I'.. Dailv aiiil Sumlav World, r.- ear, saves
y $1.:.:,.
N?;.1". Daily World only. m- yrar, saves ?1.0."
?l..i"i, Sunday World only, one war, saves .Vc.
Ad : -s
l.'-t'i ''"
H t . t .1 i - .it-
Arch Hall Attacked by
Robber - Is Slain
at His Home.
i
'ASSAILANT ALSO DEAD
i .....
L. M. Cox, Pardoned Con
vict of Texa, Diet
Later at Hospital.
TRIES TO GET DIAMOND
Wa in Store and Noticed
Victim's Jewelry in
Making Purchase.
Two men i
nf what Hi. i
. .lend an the result
illre bcliev n to. li.it n
been an attempted holdup iiearSlxlll
nml Doston late lasl night. J. Areli
Hall, of IHI Cast Hlxlli, died with
in no sli ps nf bin home about II
o'clock after he had hiten shot over
the heart hv I. M. Cox. alleged hlgll
Jiiekcr, who died nt Uin Oklahoma
hospital a few in Iti ii t eM Inter' nn thn
result of u Dill let wound In the left
aide tiillet'tiil In luivu been Inflicted
hy Hall.
A la run diamond slild Is believed
by Hulls friends (O have hnnii thn
ran,.,, uf his .loath. Mnmhem of thn
Hall ramMy aiild last night that tha
dead boys mother han repeatedly
win nod him ugalnst wearing the ex
pensive siotin af'er night. "I will
kill the man who ever attempts to
hold nie up.' was a remark that
young Hall had made tn Ilia fellow
workmen ut the Curtis Itrown noth
ing store where he was employed
In the capacity of floor inumignr.
"I remember that man.'' ft
claimed I'm Its Drown, proprielor of
thn store,' when he viewed tha (lend
body of Cox, Hull's usaallniiL "lla
was In Ihe store today und Hull
waited on him," Mr. Drown fid a,
World reporter. Attracted hy thn
Imge ) I ii iu nn .1 . Cox Is thought hy
thn pollen nml Mr. Drown to hate
walled in ar tlio Hull home In the
evening for ttin purpose of holding
him up.
Three allots were fired after
man hud li-en seen lo run out from
hoi ween two houses not far from the
Hall home, Hall s revolver, which !
always curried for such nn emer
gency, had two empty shells In It
when p, knl up from thn sidewalks
where he fell, and the gun' found
hear Cux hud but one nmpiy shell.
Dbsl Instantly.
Police be1!., vo that Hall when or
di ie, lo p ilt nil Ills hands fired
first missing hin mini and then fired
again Inflicting- tho fatal wound.
When 'he waa struck hy Cox's bul
let Hall dropped and Is thought to
have riled Instantly.
Cox, according to witnesses ran
about :)U steps went. on Sixth befora
tie fell, then he threw hin hands
sky war I emitted Iwo ,-.perclnn"
Minimis and dropped ut the aide of
a residence. Mb died without re.
gaming consciousness on the opera
ting lal'.i at I lie hospital.
In the pock els of Cox's olothlns;
was found a pardon nlgnod July l.
1!H. by i"V. W. 1'. Hobby of Texan,
fieeing him fioni thn Texas nistn
peiillntillai y. w hern he hud beetx
nciitem-eil to serve two years for
huiglurv and theft. H had been
convicted tn Murch. 18l, and par
doned for good behavior. Hnveral
steel saws found III hin pockets con-
"' '"r "f ,n" ,",ll,'a Umt
An h Hall wan about nccord-
. .. ..li Amril,,vni-
ing " ," i . . u.s . ...(-, - .
.,,.1 i o.l'liilini to being a tti.U"'
- i,l a
' with
sansinaii no v.. is
t ,. toilliuer eel III 1IIIS11 noi
wan
. n d t...lHVW. !l known in h" nl rraiernai .iin-o.
the p.. in- being a Milliner. Knight Templar,
unit 3Jd degree Mason, nn wan in -mg
with his iim'tier. Mrs K Hall,
at the family botno on Sixth ntreet
W I 'It I.I' A T I 'J t t. lt
c.ty C.m.ej I n I . . t y In T'latu
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