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VOL. XIV. NO. 247
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Reserve Board Asserts
Underlying Causes
Not Remedied.
Review Declares Reduction
Movement May Lead to
Far-Reaching Changes.
Business Tied Up Results
Are Pointed Out in Re
striction of Lending.
WASHINGTON, May 30. Despite
the recent reductions In prices, little
relief from the general reign of high
prices In seen b" 1110 federal reserve
beard in Its nnnlysls of Mny business
conditions, mado public tonight. Tlio
hoard expressed tho view that them
his been no change In tho underly
ing conditions rcsponslblo for tho
hlzh cost of living.
Asserting that whllo "store dales
an(l a tendency to lower prices bears
wltrcsi to tho prcscnco of "disturb
ing factors" which suggest tho "d
ent of wide alteration in prlco
levels, the board declares It cannot
accept tho situation as a wholo for
lu face Milne. The explanation Is
added that the.ro has been only a
tllght increase in production and
there Is no greater disposition on
the part of tho general public to
economlzo and Invest than had ruled
Conditions Unchanged.
"The chances that havo taken
place therefore." the board's nnn
lvils .ivh. "cannot be looked upon
as indicating a modification of nn
derlylng conditions. They may. how.
ever, afford a basis for chanson in
hnslnetNS ro latlonshlps that may
bionden Into more far-reaching al
terations of tho essential prlco Ftruc-
'"mislneps In every section of tho
country has suffered considerably
from tho freight Jam which has pre
vented normal movement of prod
ucts to market. Effects of the, tlo
up nre noticed In the agricultural
districts ns much as tho industrial
are, and farmers are not the
smallest class which has sought
nore bank help In the way of credit
as a result.
lleiieflt rrom Tut loam.
Results of the board's action In
the direction of restricted loans al
ready has begun to be evident, nc
cording to reports to the various re
serve bajikn. In addition to n general
tfducUon In tho vaiiio as well as the
votumn of securities traded In ttm
financial centers, there has been a
general revision ot Interest rntos af
fecting both commercial paper and
Mil money, It Is stated. Tho labor
situation during tho month has been
one of the outstanding elements of
"doubt nnd difficulty" nnd Is one of
the largest problems with which the
country li expected to havo to deal
with the rest of tho summer, In ad
dition to Intense shortage of Mrm
labor and at other points of primary
production, sporadic strikes havn
1 l .,,.. 1 1 n fl nt ni.lnllfnC.
tnrlnf. inrllc.itinc in tho boird s
view, continued unrest.
"Vv.agt-s apparently have fallen be
hnd the advance In prices nnd the
cost of living" The statement con
tinner "the movement of labor from
...,. in i nnntinnlne. General
complaint of low efficiency or sman
output per unit of labor Is prevalent
nnd the difficulty of getting skilled
labor in some of the more highly de.
'loped lines of manufacture Is very
ronsldernblo "
The "disturbing factors" have ma.
Milk and Ice Fund Is
Open; Poor Need Help
Who will make the next donation
'o The World milk and Ice fund for
the poor babies and children of
Yesterday The World business
office "started the ball rolling" with
a contribution of $10. Today chocks
" wanted from you nnd you .
"d jou. Let's all "Play ball" This
nan e of helping the babies is ono In
b.cn all may aid.
1" S0 in favor of the Open
Bhop and the principles advo
cated by It, When you spend
our money with un establish
ment displaying tho Open Shop
:ard you are patronizing n friend
3f tho open. Shop movement,
ruls Open Shop (Square Deal)
Wire Flashes
Oniri'lN. 0 May firemen were
st 11 1 muring ler tonlKht nn tlie ruins
of the S V Kell Wholes.,! (irocery ron
pany bultrllnff, whirh wan tlestroyet It
fire taut Men). Usrnsi la estimated nt
lies, ooo
rilKlNO. Hay J I - Charles n. (Van
new American minister I" ( hlna, fill n
same hl pest at Ilia legation lomorm
i Mr Crane arrived In IVktnx evening.
nrcomranlrit ty Mis. Crane anil hli tri
vale secretaries.
PAniS. May 10. The attrmtlnc phypl
ctana to'tay rronouneftl I'remMnt ties
rhanel entirely reiovrtnl from the illreei
Injuries ohlch ti relvel In a fall trom
a train recently, but emphasise,) that ret
Is nereesary. The preslilent will leae l'art
within a week for soma country place.
Ni:w YORK. May 10, Oen Alvarn
Obregon, the Meilean leailer, today sent
the folio InB dispatch to thn Assorlate.l
Press "In" the newspapers of toilay. An
tonlo Msne-o appears aa my repreeentu
live In the United Htatra I ite.lre to nty
that the sail Senor Manero Pears no au
thority whatsoever to act for me."
NEW VOrtK, May 30 The death of
Col. Alesander Samuel Haker. ST lawjer.
enldler and Identified with llrooklyn pol
Itlcs mora than Ihlrty-flve years, was an
nounced today. lie had been affiliated
with the republican and democratic par
ties, tho Independence leaicua and the
American party lie wan a bitter critic
and opponent of Theodora rtooeevelt.
CIIAHLOTTK, N. C, May 10. "They
seem to be all Kood American rlllsens.
said Ceneral Wood last nlKhl when shown
a dispatch contalnlnc acme i on'rlbutors to
his campaign funds, as furnished the sen
ate lnetlcatlnK committee. He pnlnied
cut that one religious organisation spent
mora than H, 000.000 In publicity In one
MEMPHIS, Tenn.. Mny 10 O. K. Houck,
aged It, prominent In business and Masonic
circles of this section for a number of
years and head of piano and music stores
In Memrhts and at Nashville. Tenn.. and
I.tttla flock. Arlc. died today In the rel
dence of his brother, .tesse llouck Th
funeral will be held tomorrow. Mr. Itouck
never married.
r.nts. Msy 10. Plerpont It. Nnyes.
American member of the Interallied
llhlno commission, has resigned that post
and his resignation has Inln accepted In
Washington, It was slated here today. All
his powers will be taken over by Major
Oeneral Henry T. Allen, commander-ln-chlef
of the American army of occupa
tion, who will conllnua likewise In mili
tary authority.
rTi! xfav ao The council of ambas.
ssdors yeeterdsy agreed on the conditions
under wiurn lnnaonanis oi uuprn im
Mslme.lv Uhenlsli Prussia, shall be en
titled to record In writing a desire to see
the whole or part or im irrmnrj inf.m
under Herman sovereignty as proldd In
the peace treaty i.upen ami .miinru
uero awarded to Ilctglum.
vrtt' vrni tv SO The steel Indus
try Is showing lmprnment all along the
line. Mill operations have Inrrensed to
about SO to 70 per cent, and shipments of
finished producis to consumers ar com
lug along better. The Ingot production of
leading producers ip near su i"-, ,,
1 orelcn interests are mum nturr ,.ii i
any time this year as eirhanga advances
wtsnixnTOS' Mar 10 A tentative
A,tt nt ih. rptuitillrnn national tlatrorm
hss about been complete,) by psily lel-lere
In conference here It will be ready for
submission early nest week to prospective
.n nr thn rnluilnn comtnlltee I'lanks
on Mcslco and the league of nations are
omitted. II was Sam tooir iimi hit
nap,,1, stand would llSe to be WorKetl
out at ins ronvcpuuii i -ii,
nKltl.tM. Mar 10 A newspaper of
rrankion-on-wtfwirr ,rn,r.
military rarty wiit- k; "
lu tt.na s n, s when It
Is Intended to rrovent the elections The
action has been carefully prepared, sc
cording to the paper, and will ba carried
out unter llir ir.ittiPitt,' , -
... . 1. I r.ttfrm In lh tltll
forma of private soldiers liava been fully
equippeu aa a, n.utn ......
I'rcflldciit of International Hanking
Corporation In IVIco,
SAN rnANCISCO, May 30.
Frank A Vanderllp, president of the
International Banking corporation,
and a party of financial nnd other
leaders, arrived today on tho liner
Koro Maru from Japan, where they
went to discuss International mat
ters with Japanese, lenders.
Republicans "Rearin to Go"
Says Chairman Will Hays
CHICAGO, May 30 Thalrmm
Will Hays of tho republican na.
tlonal committee arrived here to.
day. coming on a train whKh also
brought William Cooper I'rr
of Cincinnati, described before tlio
renato Investigating committee ns
the "angel" of the Wood candi
dacy. Colonel T. Coleman Du
Tont of Polaware. nlso wns a pas
senger nnd the three had a long
talk It was said they met acci
dentally nnd that their talk was
not In the nature of a conference.
After n luncheon with newspa
per rorrrspondonts Chairman
Hays mado a flying visit to "pics
Identiul row," and then motored
out to tho coliseum to Inspect the
work on the convention arrange-
m When tho chnirmnn started out
ho planned to pay a visit to the
headquarters of every republican
presidential candidate represented
in Chicago. At only one of them,
however, did he find some one to
receive him. At Senntor Johnson's
headquarters 1m talked with tho
senator's son.
Later, after a round of Inspec
tion, the chairman Issued this
it looks here today like the
middle of convention week. The
French and British Pay
Respects to Soldiers
of U. S.
American Flag Floats Over
Resting Places of 70,000
Who Gave Up Lives
Dean of Westminster Lauds
Deeds of Heroes Ambas
sador Davis Takes Part
TARIS, May 30. --America's war
dead In Europe were eulogized and
their graves In France were deco
rated today, the ncond Memorl.il
dnv since tho close of the great
struggle. American flags floated In
tho breeze over the resting places of
more than 70.000 soldiers, and allied
organizations Joined the Americans
In France In sen lees In their mem
ory, while throughout the tepubllc
ilt'lnchnients r immuri-unio ci.m
pollUH acted ns guards of honor nt
the cemeteries where He those who
fought beside them on tho field of
tn, ,irM, nnrt now natrlotlo so
cieties co-operated with tlw newly
rormeti .viemnriai ,i uuiiiiuur,
headed by Ambassador Wallace to
nnnsn t A (tin H n 1 1 M Ho In 47 lnirvlnir
places scattered along the battlo
frontVfrotn the channel to Switzer
land and rrom tne uninn 10 win
Aiinniv At 1"K til.'irea these were
slnglo graves of American service
men, but .Memorial u.tv services
were conducted over each of these
lone graves, some of which are In
youthern Italy nnd others In Sp.iln
Tho French and representatives of
other allies took part in tho cere
monies virtually everywhere, while
Marshal I'etaln, French commander
In chief, nnd other prominent men
from tho French army and navy and
civil life delivered addrei,ses.
retain SK-ilm
Marshal I'etaln spoke In the little
cemetery nt Suresnes and expressed
the gratitude of Frame for the sac
rifices mnde by the sons of America
In the cause of France during the
"Ilrothers In nrms. sharers of one
common glory, one common sacri
fice. I salute you as heroes whose
young days found here tho end of
.! w-nrlr 111 ncclll 1 nt Inrf VOU 1
voice tho sentiments of my wholo
Tt.'I.HA, Okla. Msy 10. Maslmum, H.
minimum. 1, south winds, clesr.
OKLAHOMA .Monday and Tuesday, gen
erally cloudy.
Monday and Tuesday, partly cloudy to
cloudy .
AIIKANSAB Monday and Tuesday, gen-
rllv rlnlldl-
I KANSAS: Partly cloudy Monday and
i Tuesday, probably local thunder showers.
cooler Tuesday.
Luncheon of Tulsa gr.tduste ehspter,
I Phi Oanima Delta fraternity. Kennedy
I restaurant, t! o'clock
I Annual banquet of Tulsa Town club
1 Kennedy restaurant I p m
I Men a c.ass movement, Y. M C A .
, p. m
Klwanls club. lintel Tulsa. II It p m
Hilly Sunday meeting, Contention hall,
idoots open at 7 p m
Interest, the crowds of enthusiastic
republicans already arrived, indi
cate the nation-wide party vigor
and enthusiasm
"Everywhere republicans are
rearin' to go.' The unprecedented
confidence In republican success,
which obtains everywhere, Is stm
plv the reflection of tho realiza
tion of tho necessity for such sue.
cess ns a. matter of national wel
fare. Everywhere Is the apprecia
tion of the fact th.it we have a
tssk to perform worthy of our
party strength and party history,
that we have a patriotic work to
do that Is epock-making. and thst
upon our performance will largely
depend he fiituro of the country.
"Tim chronicler of centuries to
come will look btckward at theso
now approaching years ns of the
most tremendous Import In the de
velopment of American policy
and it Is the republican party, that
is to direct that development.
Nothing shall lessen tj)e certainty
of this republican success. Noth
ing shall decrease thn certainty of
our doing well that which wo nre
certainly about to bo called upon
to accomplish
"We have a work to do for tho
giod of tho country, and It takes
uh all to do it "
Emperor Yoshihito
Is Near to Death;
Suffers Collapse
Kerloils anxiety Is felt throughout
Japan over the cnndltlo;i of Em
peror Yoshihito, who Is reported to
be in a critical condition at his villa
near Yokohatnn The mikado Is Mild
to havo suffered a mentnl and phys
ical collapse
expenses next
Senate Committee Will
Hear California Accu
sations Tuesday
Further Effort Will Re Made
to Uncover Fund No
Session Today
WASHINGTON. May 30 -Though
far from completion of Its work the
senate committee Investigating pre
convention expenditures and pledges
In the presidential campaign will not
sit tomorrow. Tuesday, however. It
will hear for the first time, trtatc
ments of men who handled the pri
mary campaign In California. In the
interests of Herbert Hoover, and
will Inquire further Into the slate
and national expenditure) made In
behalf of Senator Hlmni Johnson.
During the comml.ten'n eleven-hour
session yesterday allegations con
cerning use of large sums of money
In the California fight wero put Into
the cjcninlnntlon
The committee i said to plan
further Inquiry Into the candidacy of
W (l, MrAdno on the democratic
sld" nnd Into expenditures in the
Ohio republican primary
Subpoenas have been sent for wit
nesses nnd it Is presumed more light
will lie sought on the details of the
campaign made for Major Oenerfil
Leonard Wood A A Hpmgue, chair
man of the national campaign fund.
tc-KtHIrd esterday as In the use of
ft rampaun fund of 1 1 . 1 80.000 for
I'tonoral Wood of which 1721. non
was advanced directlv or Indirectly
by Colonel William Cooper Procter
British Steamer Auks
For Police Protection
HAI.TIMOIIE, May 30 Wlrelrss
calls from the llrlUsh steamer Tre
gantle. Inside the f'hesipeake, re
ceived tonight Include a schedule
for police assistance and a surgeon
A Baltmoro police boat, with re
serves, will start down tho harbor
early In the morning The battle,
ship Pennsylvania, off Annapolis,
also picked up calls and offered as
sistance. Klkx, Attention!
Second annual shirt waist dance
will 'be given at Elks' cjub June 3.
I-or Elks exclusively.
World Office
, Hours
In accordance with our
usual custom on Decoration
day, the business offlrij of
Thn Tulsa World will bo
closed from 12 o'clock noon
until 6 p m. From 6 p. m.
until 3 P m- the office will
be open us usual for transac
tion of business
Wood and Lowden Each
Have Delegations At
Stake Today
No "Political Decisions" Will
He Made Chairman Hays
Says In Chicago
I'otal Number Rcfore Commit
tee Is K57 Sessions Will
Re Open to Public
John King Represents
Senator Uoise Penrose
CHICAC.o. May 30- John T
King Connecticut, who nmnfcd
(ieneral Wood's campaign up to
January 1, when he was ills
placed In favor of Colonel nu
llum Cooper Procter, arrived to
nlKht binrlng the prnxi of prona
tor lliiisc Pen) use of Pcnnsylva-
Simultaneously friends of Sen
ator Penrose, who urn in a posi
tion lo know, N nteil that the
Pcnnslvanla soldi) will nut come
to Chlcsgo for the convention,
despite the fact that his physi
cians had announced Ids physlc.il
condition probably would not
prevent tho trip.
"Presidential row" was agog
with speculation tonight as to
who will lerelve Pennsylvania's
7fi votes If Mr King Is In charge
In Senator Penrose's behalf
Other arrival-! tonight Included
National Coiiunitteenian M J
MulMhill. Mississippi.
CHICAOO, May 30. When the
repullcan committee tomorrow be
gins making decisions over contest
ing delegations to the convention It
will, according to the Judgment of
f'halrman Will H llajs, proceed ti
...uu- imii. i.ti decisions, not polit.
teal ones "
contests this year are not sir Mcnecr renorl'i were ro
rounded with the Importance of the) monger reports wero ro
memorable Taft Itoosevclt flfjht nfjCCIVed nt the locnl I'riSCO of
1012 Although Maj, (Jen Leonard f jcc8- Jt waft known that 11
v,imi nmi tiov 1-rnnK "
nre most affected by tho decisions,
neither of those candidates would
gain enough delegates to unsure n
nomination If all thn contents were
to be decided In his favor
The official roll shows 137 seats
In contest out of tho 9fil which com
pnso the convention. I'urther filings
probably will bring the total to US
Tho national committee hopes to
ills pose of them In about four days,
It Is not Improbable that tho bulk of
the contests may be disposed of by
precedent setting decision, on which
tho committee will decide questions
of rule, which In turn will decide
other cases.
The sessions of the committee
probably will tie open Contestants
will be represented by attorneys,
tile public presumably will lie rep
resented by th newspiper corres
pondents, nnr the committee Itself
will be represented by an attorney
The contesting delegates them
selws will also be present and the
hearings u til be held in the large
room set apart for the purpose In
the Coliseum, where the convention
Itself will be held next week.
l'or ths convention, as In others,
tho majority of contests come from
the south, Involving thn clal.ns of
white and black delegates. The con
test from (leorgtn. brining up a di
rect fight between Wood nnd Low
den forces, promises to lie the cen
ter of interest. Fifteen of tho 17
seats are In dispute. The first Geor
gia convention elected a "black and
tan" delegation headed by Honry
Lincoln Johnson, a negro.
It was officially listed ns un
pledged, Governor Lowden's cam
paign manager testified at Washing
ton'before a Benato committee that
19 000 of the Lowden cimnatgn
flin'l hnd been sent to Johnson 'the Ori-utt h honl and ! taken by
Lnter 15 delegates headed by Hos-1 two men.
coe Pickett were elei ted anjl were, A lonn man who an osted John T.
understood to favor Oeneral Wood, i lllalr, a contractor. LIB IJast Jss-
Erank II Hitchcock, one if ihn gen-
! oral's managers testified to tho sen -
I ate committee that $10,000 was sent
to Pickett. The OeorgA contest Is
expected probably to be the most
spectnrtilar one of the group.
Slnte a contest was filed from
I Texas there was a withdrawal of ne.
! groes from ihe San Antonio convon-
tlon and two full sets of delegates are
rnNTiM'i;r on paoi; two
Ocrm.niN lline Enough Vnr.
KEItLIN, May 30 Speaking at ft
somewhat stormy meeting In Mun
ich Saturday, Chancellor Mueller tf
clared to a cheering crowd that on
June 6, the day of the German presi
dential election. It would be Ger
miinv'u husincss to attest the fact
that che has had en-iush of war for
eternity and that no fool,
Passenger Trains Meet
Headon at White Oak
i i
LilJUls vvuftiutmnu tlliu iiuiumuuiiu iuiioao
City Trains Meet- Cause Unknown Both
Engineers Dead; Mail Clerk Dead Acci
dent Occurs This Morning at 12:30-Full
Details Lacking.
A long distance call this morning nt 4 o'clock to Vinitn,
gnvc the following, identified cloncl: Burns, ninil clerk, Kan
sas City; Jim Randall, engineer train '103, Monctt, Mo.;
Hurry Dunhnm, engineer train 112, Fort Scott, Kan.; news
agent, home Oklahoma City, name unknown; Albert Martin,
negro, Snpulpn.
Two white men passengers nnd two negro woman wcro re
ported dead. ,
The number of dead wns placed nt nine.
Seriously injured nre: Enrnest Sparks nnd A. Tucchfardcr,
mnil clerks; Wnlsh, fireman trnin 403, Snpulpn.
Engines nnd baggage enrs of both trains nnd the mnil enr
of trnin 112 overturned in the terrific crash.
A relief trnin, sent out from Vinitn, returned to that city
nt 3:30 o'clock this morning with the dead nnd injured nnd
started bnck immediately for the scene of the wreck.
The city of Vinitn has united in ndministcring relief to
the injured, directed by the Red Cross of that city.
It is believed a number of Tutsans were in the wreck.
At lenst three nnd possibly eight were killed on the Frisco
nenr White Oak this morning when two pnsengcr trains met
hcadon in n collision. At four o'clock this morning Frisco
officials nt Sapulpa gnve the above information. A large
number wero injured, nnd nt
had been taken to Vinitn, it
ot the dead and injured were
wreck wns nlso unknown nt
sent from Tulsn, Sapulpa nnd
T23 vr!::
City from St. Louis, nnd 112,
northbound from Oklahoma!
nbout 12:30 o'clock n mile' , ., r, , -,1M
nnd a half enst of White Onk,OoCS to tllC Senate WllCrC
ocntud nenr Vinitn. The scene
- . . . . . rn ..
of the wreck is nbout 50 miles
from Tulsn
serious wreck had occurred,
but no information wns avail
able ns to the exact number of
fntnlitics or injured.
A long distance cnll from
Vinitn enrly this morning re
ported thnt it hnd been stated
there that 12 persons had
been killed and that 80 hnd
been injured. None of the re
ports could be verified.
At Sapulpn it was reported
mnt i w o engineers
At nn enrly hour this
little information
was available there.
Two Residences Are En
tered and Money and
Jewelry Stolen
C. Pole, n Tulsa street rnllwny
mntormnn, reported to the pollen
late last night thnt a lone liiuullt
wlio rode to the etui of the Kendall
line robbed the motiirman-cnndiictor
of 130 nnd left tho car nt Seventh
arid (Jortlon.
.1. C. Mtchell, 23 North Moulder.
reported that he whs hl-Jacked nmr
per. near Twenty-first and Cincinnati
1 ran when lllalr refused lo "stlik 'em
; up." xwo suspet toil hl-Jnckeis. whose
, names the polli n refused lo give out,
I wf ro p(li et In jail on Investigation
lis t last night.
Pnknown persons entered the
I jnIm, ,,f j, c. Jlntcs "02 Hotith
(Jt. .n,,, while, the family was at a
,.n theater yesterday evening and
cricnped with money and Jewelry
to the value of 321, Pates reported
to tho police last night. The money
amounted to J130 In bills, a -till
check, nnd a J 10 wrist watch, (90
diamond ring and 30 ruby ring made
up the rest.
The home of Mrs. H. It. Hart, S!3
North Main, was also entered late
ntcht anil It? tn iiiuiiti lukin
polico wi.ro udHcd.
l tu.li l w,..r.o
that hour eight of the injured
wns learned. I he complete list
not nvmlnble. The cause of tho
that hour. Rescue trains were
Vinitn to the scene of the
Leaders rredici
WAHDlvr.TnN. May 30 The
soldier bonus bill, passed yesterday
by the bouse ?R0 to 9Z, will ream
tlio senate tomorrow. The mensure
will be referred to n committee.
As a recess, nnd possibly adjourn
ment, will be taken by congress Sat
urday until after the political con
ventions the bonus bill seems doomed
to n long sleep in that committee.
If a i cross Is taken leaders do not
contemplate reconvening until about
September 1. Home senators my tho
bill will never get nny further nnd
that tomorrow's referenro to n com
mittee will In fact boon "Interment."
Opposition to soldier relief has
been more pronounred In the senato
thiiti In the bouse, where yester
day's vote showed only 40 repiihll-
nns nnd hi democrats
".gainst the mens ire Tax provisions
' r ' J"" " '
liulslutia Expcclcil o Take Home
Sort of Act Inn 'llilw Week
IIATON HOl'tlE, Ii., May 30.
The Louisiana general assembly this
week Is expected by leaders to take
one of three actions in connection
with the fight over ratification of
the federal suffrage amendment It
is expected either to ratify the
amendment and glie the women of
the 1'nlted States thn right to vote
in the. nresldentlal election this year. I
reject, ratification and submit a state
suffrage amendment to the voters Plans for tho parade yesterday
next November or kill all suffrage were rnirled out to thn letter and
resolutions and throw the entire Wlth stores closed, banks Idle nnd
question Into ihe constitutional un- business thrown asldn in accordance
ventinn to lie held next Kebiuary win, Mayor T. D. Evans' proclnma
Hv the end of the week. It Is pre" ,lu today will be the official Dec
di ted. tho various factions In the nr,,ti,ii day for this cty l'ractl
fight will have definite knowledge rn,v n business houses nnd big
of their strength In both houses - slr,.B v,w not open at all today, It
with the chief effort of thn oppos-1 wnH announced Saturday. Picnics
lug forces expected to be made , )V(, ,,,, ,,inlUM ,y Illnny persons
Wednesday night nt a public hearing f0,wing trips to Rose Hill, Oak
nn tne ratiii'iinun reiMniimui
trie senate ami iHiuse - ""'"
federal relations in joint session.
Open Doors At 7 P. M.
For Ilia Siindau Meet ,
pours opi n at 7 o't lock this ec
nltic fur the Hilly Sunday meeting
ln Convention hall nnd the sere e.i
begin nt o'clock, Itobert Matthews
secretary, nnnouneed last nlg'it
I Hilly Uundriy. "MH." Sunday nnd
llonioi Itndehenver will arrive on an
afternoon train from Oklihonm city
umi will he greeted by a committee
,,f local pastors A free will offering
f Si.kIii' and li'h party wii, do
,irrn duung the meeting.
Town of St. Qucntin In
1 KT T ! TTJ
iNew nrunswiCK mt
By Blaze
Conflagration Spreads lo Vil
lage of 2,000 Inhabitants
Reports Say
Other Cities Have Been Imper
illed No Lives Arc Re
ported Lost So Fnr
ST. JOHNS, May 30. One-half
thn rrsdents of St. Qunntln, N 11 ,
having a population of nbout 2,000,
wero homeless tonight as thn result
of a forest fire which swept through
thn village Saturday. Tho property
damitgn Is estimated at between
7fi0,000 nnd 11,000,000.
Nn loss of life wns reported.
Tlio forest fires havn been raging
nn crown lands in Hesttgouch county
for ten days. Ennned by u strong
wind, burning embers were swept
Into thn lumber mill yards ot J, E,
Mlrhnud anil thn first blaze lo St.
Quentin started there.
The fire quickly spread beyond
control, Hlxty-fvo dwellings, threo
mills, two holnls, the Canadian Na
tional railway station, the Provincial
bunk anil many business places wero
In r.uln-
Itnllef trains hrtvei been despatched
to bring nut tho homeless. Thero
was heavy loss in manufactured lum
ber. HALIEAN, N. H., Mny 30,Flrn.
said to havo started from sparks
from u forest flic, swept the main
street of Londonbcrry today, destroy,
lug forty-seven buildings, Including
four churches, n school nnd a public
hall. There was no loss of life, Moro
than forty families nro homeless.
Itrptihllrnti lllglt Price Committee)
Ad)Ncs llorinomy nnd Vigorous
Aiiililanctt of Inflation,
NEW YOHK, May 30. The high
cost of living committee of the re
publican party's advisory commit
tee on policies and platforms, an
nounced today that a successful at
tack on high prices must Include a
vigorous avoidance of further Infla
tion In our government borrowings
and a deflation of credit and con
traction of currency, plun public
economy find private, thrift In
creased production and services and
a revision of taxes wcro mentioned
In the committee report na neces
sary to bring prices down,
Governmental nnd Individual ex
travagance, coupled with the 80 per
cent depreciation of thn dollar di(e
to tho gross expansion of I'nlted
States currency and credits worn
named by this' committee ns being
responsible for prices. Helen Rogers
Heed acted ns chairman of the com
mittee nnd Albert Shaw na vice
In the report, tendered by thn
Immigration committee, it wns urged
that a higher mental and physical
test be prescribed for Immlgnn's.
A change In naturalization laws to
the effect that a foreigner could not
take out citizenship papers unless
he hnd full) and genuinely assimi
lated the principles of American citi
zenship was urged.
Memorial Day Is Well
Mapped Out In Tulsa
iavin an, nearby cemeteries.
New York Life
Insurance Co.
Farmer & Duran
20,1 Tnlaco nldg. Thono 151

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