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OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER AVKHAfiK WORN NET TAll) I Final Edition C'inrM LATION i 26,476 MAY . VOL. XIV, NO. 269 TULSA, OKLAHOMA, TUKSDAY, JUNE 22. 1920 11 PAULS PRICE 5 CENTS. ARREST NINE LEADERS OF NEGRO CULT RELIABILITY CHARACTER ENTERPRISE G.O. P. TO NOTIFY HARDING JULY 22 Fix Date for Formal Ceremony to Re Held at Marion Home. COMMITTEE IS NAMED Executive Hotly Selected But Will Not He Announced Until Todny. BEVERIDGE FOR NOMINEE Former Senator Pledget Sup port After Conference With Standard Bearer. WASHINGTON. June 21 Scn- Haroing win ne lormsuy nn nf his nomination ns the ro- till. Buliilran 1, residential candidal July II ni hi homo in Marlon, Ohio. ' Oovernor Coolldg of Hasan ehuaatta will ba notlfltd "f nomi nation ly the republican party for vice proaldanl July 2". The data for the two notification rci.nionlca are re decided on today at h eontarenea lure Ih which Ban at"r Harding, National Chairman iiio's and n subcommittee Of the re iiiiiiiifin national eommlttaa partial patt T 4. The conference nt Its cession whlc V, lasted nil da nnd Into tnt nlpht nltri m-reed 111! 1,11 CXCCU- Hire oommlttaa to have general c harge of the campaign, hut Its per sonnel will not he made puhllo until tomorrow in order to permit Chair man Hay to communicate wiih the propoaad members ami ascertain whether they will serve. It was un derstood, however, that anionic the members appointed Harry M. Jisugherty of Columbu. Ohio, pre- ronvenllon campaign manager fr Senator Harding, Before the conference opened Senator Harding and Mr. Hays ron ferrcd with senators Kellogg, repub lican of Minnesota, and liter with former Senator Alhert J. Baverldge of Indiana, who mine to Washing ton at Mr. Harding'" Invitation to diacuae campaign plans. Mr. Bav erldge Issued a statement Baying Hint Senator Harding policy ih to re. atore actual governmental admlnle tralton In this country to the ronstl ..... , ........ f pfiv(Tiin-nt lirc- geYtbed by lha founders of the United States. i win do everything thai i can .,, innt-i. ojtTtv vie- " -- " ....... ... Cory, said mi. pavvrroa, oi tin ly In nreorii, a- our i in,: ii"- lamani oi th" republican party, r ra I ...i,. .1 hmiimi . ' . i i1' ii by Hen-i aim Harding of meeting nil elements! . .. .k. . .,,,,1 Ivlng the oliln- ' ,11' 'M.... ..'- Ion and sungestlom of every repuh- Ucan. . , Judge J O. Prttohard and former Senator Dutler of North Carolina Ulan saw the senator. piciiginK no- UD ort of North Carolina repuon- i an In his In half. I nt o U' Inn I plan wns 10 iiomd ir Harding ol hi nomination July lli '"it in order to at- atoMI. about 1 v adequate tunc for the new lervtc to ma nis "- o ,.. i.ti imtH of the country i.tier it had bean prepared, th, uom n.i't.e ihoughl II advlaable to pos.- iionn the teremon.eH one week. Although final plan htr "ol boon cJmpleUd, the republican nominee is expected to ramaln in Washington until a few clays hefore nol iflut Ion. The eomml'tee remained In ion unti late tonight i" dlseu further plan for tin- campaign, mi Senator Harding was not pres. nt. having left ahortly after C o'clock apt his home. ; While th" conf "rent e was in prog. te. Chairman lluys kept the Hi" phone an,i telegraph wires busy communicating with persona hk ghsted a member of the sgsetttlv committee, In order to ascertain If they would nerve. it waa learned 'bat fnr parnap the first Mm In 'he party's hlstorj inn exeeutl'e rommltlee mis jcai womM nut he neifliie.i cnttrelv to ambers of the national oommlttee Ii id, Mr Hy seta, seven mc m- would I"' women, while tip would include a, number out side the national committee. The conference ana the first formal meeting between the repuh- iii.iM pnmli nd members of the national committee. While the conference was in pros-re-'-. Mr Hay UWUed a statement pralaleg hnih Senator Harding nnd r)r y . f e'c la the vtea pros. rovTTNinm OH PAC.R TWO (ONVKMM-N nHTOM ATTKNTION CLIP TH 1 1 F'R Kl'TrRE IIF.PKRKNCE Purlng th" l'r MMIta National f'onvenflon The Tulsa World :,ii bo found on eal at Iko following New Standi In ; Francisco; Wbea'ley Newa fompany, Ooory and Mai ket Sts. t'n'ted News (''.mpany powail and Marrtrt Hta. Hat i let Vewg W agon. Turk and Mark- l Sta. RaiPlg Newa Wagon Thl'-d ani Market Hta LfjZr DamageReiorted LOS ANe:Kl.i:S t'nl . .Mine Jl An aarthquak shook the city at B.47 p. m. Several hilildlnRs were reported to have been sllKhtly clatn- aged BrtCkS falllnc from a building at Sixth street and (Irand avenue In jure,) n man passing by.' The shock wns felt In Lone Itearh. Sin 1'edro. Santa Monica and Itc dondo Heach, Hceordlng fo ranortfl io the Paefflo Telephone and Tele Kiaph company. Whlttler, I'ovena and other Inland points reporting they had not noticed the quake. A slight earth tremor was felt here Krldny morning. Office buildings were shaken so se verely that many of their occupants ried front them. officials of the fire and public wnrk.c departments half an hour af ter the shock said no serious dam age had been reported. Several cracks were made In the walls of the city Jail. Wire Flashes VANCOITVBR, IV ft. Jim 11 Hi. nr- wonPi wt MUM m! svr 1n1url In fti a- t a t .h nt r'yt.. the llAlmnral prt -!nnta In it fa n h Inn m his part of th city t tiiMntght last nlftht. M t DD LtfTO WW , Conn,, Jun It Oo Calvin 'ff.UdpTf of Mnssnrliiiifr.R. rapuh ItMn nomlMM fnr Vaj prsaMsnt, wn jlWtM! n honnrary ilrBra of tlttrtor of Uws h( th riiinninrarnnt eiert-lssa of Wrslein unlvsralty today. F-ort WOHTH, TMM Jun tl Nw wlisai wna Nflllnir for 13.15 to f 3 , M hiiNhe-l from fantiT to rlealar In thla tfrritnrv (..day. Tlila m da'rlarad to be th" hlf II Ml prtre paid here tn asveral RT. LOtHI. Jnn 11 Wool trowara of Mlaaourt, Arkansa. Ksndirlty nnd In dianii at a vin-Wnu here today wr ad rlSM 10 hold I heir wool until :."-, prhra ari offered CAMP O R A NT. m., Jims. 11 Prlrat Ofnrgo Palora, jnuifht In ths lnvasllvallon Of lh ftat ihoOtUlg of Mr Maudr Lsja t 111- MOM at CaUnp (Irant last Tuesday nlKlit. isf iindsr arrest at JolYortOtl, Wis arrordlnit to word rsrslved by camp au Ihotlllaa today. ROt'I.OON'K, Jtn 11. Oraera waa ftVOfl a fre hnn in the mtllta-v nifas uica In Turkev whh wero dOoMod upon n ( f ho Rytht OMlforOllOO yeatei day, ar- ordlnir 0 InfOrmottOO here t"day. Th prom Ion find their h ii era nea found three nieaaiirea Were re.iir el Immediately be. i 1000 of th "Trove alluarlon reaiiliing from MuptaphH K am ri la nttonaltat forces 'rdi lilno (h larlMnellei, W A0H ttf OTOM, Jono it a opooUl iOrvleo SqOOdrOR Of crulaera and flT'inboatn to he bacd on 'he canal rone nnd held available for duty In Mexican, Central American and wdtarent porta, la to be ot (Tint red about Or tuber I, it waa an Mounted today at tor navy department. ST JOSKT'H. Mo , June 11. An autopsy tevenled today that the young woman WhnOO hOOdlOOO boly was fiojnd In Lotl 'ontrary ner here taat was a vlc- i tn of h criminal oper.it ofl and Indh a ttona point to her drmpttatlon hy a aitrgeoii a - .. VIKNNA. JOM II. A boycott aglnt II ur gary proclaimed by t he aim 'jilt -oinmltiee of th: International trade un it, ii hraue of alleged permer u 1 lona of ll'inuarUn workmen by the g i ernment ol iturUpea Mmtniieod today Pnoiol and Klegraphlc rointuunlcatlon with Hun gary baa been almoat completely Interrupted- - DM MOntM, Iowa. Juno II Miss ft e" gli A nffin of Ma sb iir hiiset ta and Mra. TteOmoO fl Win'er of Minneapolis were MMwIllOIOd lnday f- i l-resldent of the ki-nerat f e.Hra i l"n of wo in en 'a cluha In biennial i onVOBI Ion. WARSAW. June 21 Two bolshevik FOClmOnlO have been deat roved by the Pol 00 In fighting m ho ItlaKtlOR of the lmtit.fr rlv.r and lie I'imilI f.inthea Mr r or ding tn dupatrl.ee from the front. The northern end of the battle Hue has been ttnblllxed Itetieral IMla'Mekl I regroup-r-g the Poe for a ounter offensive In I'Urtnla arnl will try to drive tho Rua- oloM acroea tlie I me I pet . TBM HAOUat, June 11 The former Herman empreoa is ret iirted In a very sarl ous condl lon and the ftirmer crown prince, Krederlrk WlHUm has been called to l, i in ut her a b. Inl.tr He loft Wlerlngen Hits mornlnir for o.rn Prlnre Joachlrn. the vounceat ion, I" alieady there The former empreae la said to have token a turn for the worae yesterday THE WEATHER TI'LHA. Okla.. June 2! Mailmum, Tt minimum (1: wat winds; rloar. OKLAHOMA: Tuesday and Wednesday fair ond warmer v UK ANHAS Tueoday ond Wednesday fair and wermer KANSAS Fa I' In east . unsettled In west portion Tueediy . Wedneoday urob ..My unsettled, not much change in temperature. VOCAL FVKNTS TODAY. City commission meeting. Municipal building, 9 a m, Ad dub luncheon Hotel Tulsa 1 1 1 f. Ladles' dav at M Nut'y park Tulaa vo. St. Josaph 4:11 p tn. Purchasing agents' dinner. Kerredy retoaorani. (10 p rn. ; 0UOIO0M tree ting municipal auditorium, s i m. Kendall KommiinKy Karnlval, Kendall public erhooi grounta. 7 pm. Annual picnic draco M t. church Central path. C p tn. IN NEW LOCATION The Tulaa Open Rhop (P,iuare Deal) Aaaoclatlon la now located In Ita permanent cpiartera Any one'ln neeil nf open ahop work men can have their wanta aup plled hy Phoninjr Oaa(je 939.1, or calllne In person at 120 Weat Third St. I : x i : i ti v i C OOMMITT BO TV IMA OPEN SHOP I MjUARE li. M- ) ASSOt'lATION M 'COMBS FLAYS DICTATOR WILSON President's Campaign Manager in 1912 Op poses "Autocrat." FAVORS GOVERNOR COX Thinks State Will Go to Ohio Governor After First Bal lot at Frisco. RETURN TO DEMOCRACY Through With Fine Thraso ; IrnliKnities of Auctocracy Doomed He States. CHICAGO, Juno 2!, - William F. M eOoORlbt, rhnlrman of (ho 1emo iratic national OOmmlttOd from 1912 to 1 1 1 1! . an it ni i niiK1'! f PrcddMt WtoMnl 112 rnrnpHlg-n, ififlurrt tx otatrrnonl h'To ttOftlfht faeffort lnov MiK fr San Kram im 10 aMarkirig whftl hp fhararlortoil ;im th- tircHldrtit'o "hu Wh n lie' aumptlon of authority "rtfHlrtt'ni Wilson, ho oahl, "hiut no mote right tn call hlriirw-lf U-aiW of tho doniocratlc party, a concop tlon hex rti-foro novt-r fiitortalnnl ! fttiy Amoi iCitn." than baa (hlof Juh tlt hlto, former Hpakrr Champ l,irl or Viet I'roHidrrit Thnmu.H K "M ir-h.tll Mr UoCOOnibi MlflOUtlOCd that at ru nKomoutaj hud horn Rlftdt to obtain for him a iMot In tho N'-w Vork ilolofrat ion. If he dTidorl to take thr floor nt San l-'ra wlson. Tho New York dolofratlon, he pre dlctf d, will throw ita support to Oovarnor Jl rn'.s M. ('ox of ohif. aftor oawtinp n rompllmpntary voto for Clovornor Smith. Ho addod that ho r ol 'ovod a wostornor, poHnlbly from tho Pacific olopo. will b nnml nutd for vice president. Amrrioa IMilffTH Nothing. Hli ntatomont in part fotloWSI "They toll mo that Amerloa hao plodfri'tl itn word to Kuropo, and that thin word must bo rodeomod In tho profonH of a national rampalfin. In my belief America has plodftod Itoolf to nothinic. Ono Individual, opoak lug; itn hu h, permitted Kuropc to believe that ho opoko for Amciioi hut ho had no authority to apoak for a nation, for In the LiNt unalyHln ho waa nn thins; moro than a nelf-fp-pointerl omlsHary. NovorthoN'Mei America It Mated to validate thla lnature affixed abroad) a ilgnature whirh apparently wan accepted in good faltn by :M the Buropean pfu plec hh abeolote. "The prealdenl nrRotlnteo a treaty, but tho h nato may or may not con cur hy tWO-ftllrde ntajorlty. In thli particular lnntance thorr has boon no com urn.. co. Oppoeee Lcajpw ri irnwn. "The othor natlOtlfl may want a lo.ijruo of natlofll and It may be that wo do. Hut wo do nol want to com mit ourot'Ivro to th" ltai:uo of n- "lis an it wan bttuiRht back frmn Parlo. It In an in tot national Imoio, but It is a highly debatable quattlon fiK to what Itnportaiuo it ahrmld have In a nallonal campaign. I'ltlinatciy It 1m a 'ii'Htlon for the preoblent and the senate to settle.' Tho statement then declarai f'ir reoonstructlon nt homo, rehabllltay (toil of railway and lntornat lona 1 waterway trimaportation nnd tor eolation of the nlsli ooet of living, CONTINl'KD ON PAOR NINK COAL HEARINGS ARE SET nasloiM avid ah lu- iieici at Reran, ton hy Wllaoa' Wage Body, WASHIMOTON, June II, Daci- lon to ecncluet ull he.'irlnirs ut Beranton, Pa, with the firnt Het for next ThurHclay wuh real heel here to dny hy the rcimmlHHlen appoint hy PriBldenl WIIhoii tn arl, Urate th illf ferenrc-a batwaag miners and oi gratOr I" the anthracite field W 1 1 1 -lm O. Thonipieiii. pnnlclenl of Ohio Slate unherHlly. waa elected chair man. Wife Slayer Mut Pan Death Penalty July 9 OKLAHOMA CITY, Tune it, Oov. J. B, A Robertson today di re, led V C, Kwltaer, warden of tho atate penitentiary, to ggeout on luly lth death a ate no Imsoaad upon Monroe BeUerton hy the fralir nun ty dlgtrtot court rr,r the alaylriK ol hia wife .fuly !, 191H. al Vlnlta. Tha death eenteme reently waa af firmed hy the criminal court ot ap peaJa, New York Life Insurance Co. Farmer & Duran iraOIAI. AtiKNTS X03 Palace lildg. I'hnnc i i Woman in Osage Is Shot to Death hy Jealous Wife PAWHUSKA, Okla., Jinn. ?1 Mary WooclmanaeH waa allot down Sad killed nn Klie kah alreet till" afternoon hy Mra Miile Marrln. a white, woman Jnulouay la iwilcl to hnvfl hren tho eauar. Tho llc-l In a BSSJUal to a rnttltiK afra.lr which nrrurrcil a monlh ai. when the Maiiln woman la laid 10 havn aiahhrd ih Indian aromna ami waa hllten In return. Ja.ii. en Mar tin, over whom the affulr la Bald to have originated, waa al ha wit,- m aide who ahn rearhed 1 1 She n fused to rnake a atateinent further I han thai Mlaa Woodmanaee had threatened her and aha feured for her life. She appeared to ha cool gad expreaaed no regret, The ghosting ooourrod al tho foot of tho aleps leading to the ,-'iitt house, Six ahola were fired, five uf trhloh took effert 'BIG UNION' PLAN Chicago Leaders Claim no Organization Is Contemplated. CALL SET FOR JUNE 29 L W. W. Publication Contains Notice of Mcclinp; to Be Held in Chicago, CIIK'AOO, Juna II. Offleera of ihe Chieago yardmen's and me I'nlted KiiKlnenien'a aaaoclatlon to day denied that either organisation waa connected with the "One His Union" movement, which, according to Waahlnalou rrporta today, nuot- iim a r,ii published in the Butte Dally liuileiin. la 10 ho organised 1,1 Chicago nn Juno 29 hy railroad workera. William Bond, flecietary of th yardmen' aaaoclatlon, aald there waa "absolutely no connection be tween the so-sailed Insurgsnta from the rail Union and the cine lllic I'nlnn crowd." John Orunau ami Harold B Redding, head or the two Unions, could not he reached, and Mr iiuiid refused to tell where they were. A. P Whitney, vie president or the llrotherhooil of Hallway Train, men. who conducted the recent flghl agalnel tdrlkinr awllchnien, de- eiared the one iiir Union waa -iim- tlnetly a red movement" anil c harged that Isadora of the eedlng rail unlnna had lolncd the radical lat'or movement, The call a pUbHshSd In ButtS, aaked Ihoae egpeotlng to attend the convention to commttnloato with k .W. Pride. 2r, Notthwatern Unlver ally hulldltiR. Chicago. The dool of room 2:S waa locked to, lav Painted on It were the legenda ' , , n Iral puhllKhlnp Borvlre," ami "Ijike puhliHlllnir Hi-I lce " The superlntandenl of the building -aid the office had I, ecu tented l,v three men Juki hefore Chrlalinaa. He cave their name 1;. m pride, 4. M llawyer and Alex Koehn The leaaec-a told h'tu that they afara puhllolty men. he aald. The au perlntendellt declared the nien were aeldoni In their office, working leaa than two houra a day WASRINOTONi lune II, A call fag a ennventton of railroad work er to he held at Chicago Juno 29. 10 organize a "tie hit- union liaa been plliillMled III the I i 1 , I Mont I liailv Bulletin, which official of the 4a- purtment or )0jgU0 aald thc-y bc COMTINOaO ON HAUK NINK MINNESOTA RACE IS CLOSE Soa-Partlsnn lagvaf Nol Par Bo bind Oi ' Ooavontkoa CTboloe. HT PAt'l., June 21. A clone con ical for the republican guhernatlona nomination waa Indicated In the find returns from lodajr ,ate wide pri mary election in Minnesota, wl,i rclurna from the demooratlo ron 'eat were not gttftlOitnt to aoewat iy Judge. One hundred xlxty rour praelnot out of 3 . 1 'J T in the State gave .1 A O. Prcua, "elimination" convention choice, 10,914 vc.iea, and ! II' rn 1 ghlpataad, sndorsod by 'hn national nonpartlaan -ague, 9.2H.1. CAPPS IS SENT TO GREECE:"' "," VTT'..'." c"' p""i Ma l.ocly "i hi. clothlnit ua sou-' Wllaon a gen PrtnOOfOa Man fur Mlnhaat QUbael Triwaii aja WASHINflTt.N June 21. -Kd- ward Cappa .f New fafgsy erai hatned today by Praaldefll Wllacm aa n,lnlater to Qraaoa, a roaflg ap polntment. S Parker tlllher. Jr., waa i" loafed aa aaelatant ae r tary of the treaaury. i.octor Capps i erof eeaof c.f ciaa- alca at Pflnoston. Ho la a native or llllnola and haa written many hooka on Greek literature and drama. Mr. fjtlbert, who la named aa- alatant ae retur v of the treaeury. aucceeda 11. (. iVfflnKwell r. signed, In charge of fl.-a! offlo 111. ! home la In New Jersey and be has ' tieen in ibe treasury aa ggglgtani I to Mr. La.'frinKeU alnco eajly in i the war. DEMAND FOR BEER SEEN BY LEADERS Derm r. its at Frisco Think State Rights Plank Needed. LEAGUE IS ECLIPSED Haftlc Over Liijunr Exptcttd to Go to Convention Floor With Bryan Hosts. REED CONTEST IS FIERCE Decision to He Madf ly Com mittee May He Appealed on Seating Senator. NAN' I'll AN.liN ), J lino Jl. w itti th- .,.. Minn if tbt Aamoeratta national oonvantton h i u awaVi a nt it- tf nativity wan notloaabw about hotol hon1quartarn in addition 1.. ti . i uvi.ll. nl II . ullfll. Fi'iiiuni whtro iiif dalniattti nrUl lathafi It i oh tho form of .nformitl lio ripxiini t't wi'i'ii mill" tin I t'ommlltvM' mamtoon and ott irotiors otiraiiy mi tht- itrounn, devoted rhipfly t anticipated otrurflo with platform building. Tht'ii' woo virtually no talk a- to prealdontlal randidMoiv A plittii intlntntlrn ran through thin int'lnrfii i r tit nf pl itforin talkit tint propoaala ,(' wodliy tht fodoral fi I'liltiitlnn Oftfon rment net w r' oxpevted hy Bfmr f the damooratlo vrar horaoo to hnrc honora with, if not to llnaOi tb laaut f natloni lusii Notm.lv hafl nny dlfOOl otate rnrnt to in.ikf, or wiih t nlk Inir for publication. Wnrnf who will hav A Limn in ! n i m it ihr inirty'M dorlnrn Hon f'f prlnolpltai how.vrr talkad In 11 h iil;iltl of a 0)ulHr drniHTIil that the dAOtflna of ntatf'o rlahta nhniild apply to ber ietrlHlono Ilri-Of Ihittle Hure. Tpkrn in ronnortlon with the nn nounoad purpna ef w. j. Bryan in rOflai n y winknlnn of prohlM i ion anforcamMil niaaturaii, the i h lk hrotiRht to the siuffaer tht; fcrllna of propitnanl damoofati alroady here t hat a flrro battla on ttlt point in th rtaolntlona 'otuniitt'' wtiM not to ! over td. They ba- Itleved aloo thai ultimatoly th- fnen- l"M would hn fotiKht out on tho con vention f lofir. DlaOUMlon of the lenpim plnnk npparrnllv awaited the arrival of Senator Il0fi of Vlrplnln, alated to nead the reaolntlonf oommlttaa, nnd who r nimlni ilirert from n eiifer enea with Pmrddent n'il-n The fonteat over th le.uvie ti'ie nlrendv nno boon ntiarpty dot n i in the ara ftCnvaptlon aioWl of the oreHi,,n1 inrl r I'rva o nntl talk ah-mt t he hotal ioht.il- today did not dlaaloao If real Ininienltte Interest In the M Hi iffi t involved. Wai-ii i- Ppopoaad The n.ime of St-nntfir WnlHh of M'uituna. win Injaoiod inf r the dla nuaalon today of prohahln Itaf" manani ohalnnan of th- oonvanilon Th' Montann oanator waa mention- r i hv .ome laadam in a tentative CONTINI KO ON PAOK TWO LYNCH GEORGIA NEGRO Alloyed Snrr of While 4.lrl rnp liirrtl ami Ta It fill to BOOtM of Orlma Pay Pawnlty. IAVAKKAHi Oa.. June 21. 1'hl'ip fiallhero, oileKed nlayer of Mlii 4naaa Jaudon, a 1 1 yaar-old I itrL who la ban to the aoano of hit urlma inor RlnoOB, Oaf. thin after noon and lmh'd after hatiiK heon apt ured Mar Ht llnon. On., t hU turn ninif. ii" arai iald to havt fnfeajed to having hilled tho Rirl. Oalthar wai ohalnad to a tre- and toaollno pourad ovar hin eiothtntt. When a rnalth wiih Jipplh'd the nagi o gavt a lureh nnd uooaada4 in breaking the fhaln that hound him. Then a Hhot oral fired from thai f rowd of M-vern 1 t hono'i ml Which had aMemhled. Thtfl w.ih the llgDal for a ftiKllInd rind in a ruo meet the nero van dead Ono nf the opeetntnrH wis utru'-k in th" lefl hv a Ktrav bultot. The home guard of Savannah wns en route to tho n'ene to protOOt 'he naaro when the lynching took ptaaa When th" neurit ft. 1 ) oeores v.nl-a. No arrea.a In connei1ii,n with 'vniliiiiM li'l been maile lale da jr. the to- GOVERNOR MILLIKEN BEATEN Malm - BsaontlT l ull- for It' ll. ii.i- laallnn m Prifnnrto, Al'flt'HTA, Malm-, .June 21. Ptndarloh H Parknurei waa laadlng In Ihe early returns for the repuh llcan nomlnallon ror govamar In ibe Mat prUnariee today. John r Peering was Second and flow Cari Mtllik. ti, carididate ffir r. 'nomination, third I.e. tils A. Jac k, civ fourth oi.i- dldate, w .s far behind The leinOfltelli nominee fur gov. enior waj Ucrtiand U. Mclotyre. Owen First to aH aH aarfa. H HH eiEalaB alH a HI I ;aOM!W OOh.,iatAa. .. fi'tiumm l"' .senator ami ,)ltt. atiator Hohert L. t)wen, ohnwn hern with Mra Owen. In the flrot avowed ran i ltd ate fnr the denioerntlf preKhlerltlal pom (notion to reavh San Kran ataeo. HaadQttartnri have batn opened for the. Oklahomao and ho anil hin fliandi ore eonduetlriK nn eneritetie i iimpnlEU foi tin nomination. M'ADOO REFUTES HIDDEN OBJECT Brands liumors of Con cealed Purposes as "Absured." NKW Y)tK, Jnna 11. William O MrAdoo, In a ntatomeut hern to- atghti daolarad hi raaattl ai.noun o- manl (hot he would not permit hlo name to ho presrnted to the Hon I'Vh nclano damdoratlfl ooaavnUan hi a eflndld;ite for the denue'i a t u pter.. Ident In I nomination had no relation to the poluioal Intarvlaw with Praot gaol wllaon publlohad th- day - fore lit- dtolaiad he knt w nothing of the Inteixlew until he wiw It In print ond that th- pragldont new nothing of hlo withdrawal until f tor BOl lee of It hud ti pptrt-d In ih- nawapapara Mr. MoAdoo'i itatamoal folio wo i "in order to net at real at out d rumorti and gpaOUlatlOllg whleh hava boOg puhliHhed to the gffOOt that ntv letter of withdrawal hud Home rein thm to the pratidanta WorM lator- vlew, or carr.ed a OORoaalad pur porte, I wlah to gay, flint, that I rinew nothing Whg tO Vat of the preol dont'g luterv.ew until I o.iw It in the papero nnd, gaeOIdf that tho praatdOttl kmw nothing whatever of toy letter of Wtthdrkwdl tint II he ua w It In the public prtnto." CONFIRM IRISH DEATHS D I patch Raontegd in LonoVm t.ii ol MJaJfg in li..cl ,nclerr) iira.i.-r Troop MoeeensQi leONDON, Juno 21. Hlapotche tic in Inland an evidently under rp'avy delay Trlemania to the nWI t.Kenclea fll. n at midday were flvo I ih in 1 1 a nam laai'm Til,-', conr-rm i epoi ta thai the normal l!fr or the c ity haa l.een aiit.pend.d in London- darry win. ail vehicles withdrawn r.oni Ih' .tr eta nnd almps a'il Minks cIohi il The i 1 1 a, v ai l.elna urde, tire, employ, a hace e .te,-,l wock and souffhl Iheir hom.M Ttioua-indg ''f factory Kills du'ilijf the ftr'nt were (ii fleeing terrlf.ed al"tiif Ihe hit eetH. No mails were delivered today. Irganlaad group ot men wore, ob served kneeling anA rirlna volleys al the word or command. Anothi i man, Harold McKay, wa killed in I.oiidondei ry Ihla even ir: H, waa oyoling whan ahc.t. His porkets were ririe-l and hla bicycl" stolen as hj lay dead I'lans (or a motor lorry tranaport ayafem SOVrlng the whole c,f Ireland tn raae the IroUbt over the handllrg of troops and niunlt'on trains N- suita in a general atrike has been worici out i.y the government, it promisee an efficient avalem of t ' ensport. PRESENT STEWARTS' NAME Mntitnm Ooanaypog win B Planad Befotg DggMM railc ('.invention. aUTTH. Mont. June 21. (lov. Samuel Stewarts' name as a demo cratic pandidat for vice president will be placed in nomlnallon at the national convention il Han l-'ranclscn i py senator Ti -Ii waigh of Man tana, 1 it was atiiiouiic ed today by rjovernor Jsiewa. a belota leaving (or San JrajicUuo. Reach Frisco liditMTt I Owrn Three liabien Hie of , Starvation an Poor Mothern Cry for lee It la n lire and death matter for Tula poor tables, Ihla arcurlng of fnncla to aiii.ly them with milk and lee tlnilnjr the Nitnitnei ic-aaon. Malnutrition, u ncit'iitlMc term for what you ancl i wvuM eall at.ttvatlon, waa the ealiae of lha "naaaltiK over the divide" laat aaek of three baMae, knowiedaa of whoan t-onditlon rani" lo lha Tulaa OOttnty liuniane SOOloto too Inle, Humane AKi'nt A M. Welch aald yeaterday. Theae deaiha will not he dupli cated If Ihe $10110 which Mr. Welrh ha eouaervatlvely rati. mated win be required to furuiah milk and Ico naDlaSltl la avail able Won't you do your bit today? Th" World milk and Ice fund la now nn follnwa Aa pr. vlottatv i,-i,rted.. $971(19 Helen .lane .lonte 2 00 Utile Jona Anbury Nevma i on V. 8. Me Ml ,l,i,. $U7 Hi GETS WILSON'S ORDERS Hcrtvlnrv Ootbl Holds I I mil onfer- i-iii r lirfoif rparMasVg for Oogts tiiitioii at rrliv. WAttlll;i'v, hin 21. ruin- iir.ii-.. Col by i vac rotary "f ritntiv had a fm.ti oontoronoi wtth Proaldanl vn on today bafori laavlng for Kan anctaoo to attend the thni'M ratle notional oonvoniion aa u doloiggjli 1 1 om t ti- i 'tsi i iol of i lolumbla Mr 4'oltry will he one of 'he preo- I d ''ti t m opokf'-Hmtio ot the t-onven- tton "nd wax the ni-! of the oabtnoj offloara who art to attond Iho party guthrrlhR t-. c.nfri with Mi Wll aon. frouy otha? oabtnai oftlcari win On present at Hji ri hr.i mlMo, They art Pool t mutter f lenerot I lut h hon. who goog gg a daioyjato ftoas aaasaai St g i tin DgJllola Attorney flgngfgl Palmer and St'Tftaiv Mredlth, Pragldont VTIlOOg plana to keep lii lreei tOUOh with the lenders at he ernvonl Ion hy me. Hin of the lon-atilln- tanoo talophona laorotary Tutuuity, aotlng for tiu- praoldonti talked with Ohalnnan 'umtntnj( of the demoei at te national OOWRllttOg on the ti h phoiif for OOgM time today OKLAHOMANS GO TO FRISCO r.ni.- PaHoada Laavs Oh lliniaa t'liy fur !) oralis Convention. OKLAHOMA Trv. Inns II. Heailed ror tin- tie mo. i ..lie nikllonnl oonvsntton at Han Pranelsoo, r.ur carloads or Oklahoma travelers left iieru today on 'be S.-inta Pe railroad tor Kiowa, Kan , where tpcy will reach the main Hue leading to Cal ifornia. Hen I''. I.afayi'te, demo oraU atute chairman, Mayor J. c. Walton of iikhih'ima I'Hy .mi. I uthei deleajutea were on ihe 1 1 nn In addl tiou to Other visitors to Ih. i conven tion. The party Is scheduled to spend IP apneas) ay at the Grand canyon and arrive at Hun Prageleoo I'rlday mornlUK A ii'ieptlon or tlkla- homani i plannednfoi tile Owea for Preiaant c.:ub i iTduy niKht. Ildatea llhdrsw, OKI.AIIu.MA fITV. June 2fl. i 'and'il i:c who withdrew llielr up plloatlon today to Jtave their Hani' s planed on the ballot for the pri mary election ate K T. Walk Ins, Marietta, donoorat; I. it. Vaader n . nt, Welch, repabllran; h. ft. ItOgsrg, lioodwell, republican. All bet filed fur the luuso el nprcsen- laUrve, PROBE OF BLACK ORDER IS BEGUN Ptdorol and Police Off i Otn Inveatipatc "Aby.ssinian.s." WHITE LEADER CAUGHT K. I). .Jonnfl Denicn Connec tion; Still Hunt for "Great Abysniniarr in Chicagro. NO OUTBREAK IS EXPECTED Quiet Restored ; PropaKantla la Blamed for Riot; Pamphlet Seized. 0HI0AQ0, June 21 With It. D. JOn, aald by tha police to ba the white lender nf an raanir.atiun ud- vortitlna the return , r . Abyaaliilii; Kdwurd lleddlna. an I seven nearnea under arrest In cn nsollon with a riot Inat nlalu In tha I'liliaao black belt that rraultad In ni" killing or two while men and tht iiindlng of aeveral negroaa, police and federal offleera began an Invee ligation nf tha Btar Order o( Kihiopln, whoae menihera wera re ported to have participated In tha affair. Jonas, who told the police he wns head of lha "modern educational and relleUiu bureau of WaahliiK- 1 I' denied responsibility for he nffalr. claiming that he had been ejected from a meetlna; of Ahyaalnlana tha prevloua Sunday and had alnco then had nothing to do wun me movement. According to the pellO Jonua Identified UeddlnK, who waa aald to poao aa an Abya alulan, na nne of tho leadura of a imraiU, In tho negro quui ter laat night and the man who liuined an American flag, which act led to the rioting, (tedding denied having any uart in the disturbance. Hunt -HArmt Abyaatnnfan" The police Were atlll aaa.roh.laa. for Joaeph Per OH, who la aald to call nimaelf the "atraal Abvalnnlam " and hla eon, According l ronnrta. thav. garbed In fantastic raiment, alao were leadera of Ihe parade. According to the police, Jonaa came here sometime ago with flam. hoynnt document proclaiming him the representative of Ahvalncilu and authnrKlug him to encourage racial c migration when questioned I.y police officers he said he waa 17 rear old, a Welshman by blrlh. and thai he had lived in the I'nlted HI. iles sin,, hi' was 1! vi'"i- old. Jonas slid that he had warned federal officer last week of tlm piopos.d parade of the cull and tli.it they should be on Ihe watch for liouhle. but declared that no atten tion had been paid lo his state ment. The police said tonight that they hud two negro witnesses to Ihe of- rrav who identified Redding us the mail who killed Hose and Hoyt. The witii.asia a mployed by u car,. In front of which the shooting took plana, l'revluusly Jonaa had Identified Redding M the man who led the parada and who burned tho flag. Heddgig, smartly dressed in a frock oil. pro tasted tiuii iu name was' cleoige Ilrown ami that he hud Just come lo ChlSBgn from Hi. l.ouls He said he wits u laborer for the alreet liillway Julias admitted to detec tive, that b a at one time n leader or the Abyssinian movement, but denied any connection with Hun day's parade. Th.. police tonight were searching ror two brother named ktoQavIek said iii he agitator, ror the African colonlxatlon scheme They were In formed that one left Hiinday night ellher f.,r Philadelphia or New Vork and authorhleg were nske.i t,, watch for him. The Mcdavleka were auid "' arrived in Chicago fi.., lha "let three weeks ago io further propaganda f thr- cult. PamphetM s,..,i I'iek , ,,r pampi lets explain ing "Kgvpilan geersta" were lak.-n rrom It' d i ng Ho had concealed Hi, in under his clothing Thev were held na evidence of bis aliened a. 1 1 vitl.H among negroea In sprcud- hn the cult. The Inquest Into the death ( Chart Hoyt, a cigar gtor clerk, end Robert I. ito.., .iiior, Umg '( the riot, was posiponed i until June 2 ij ut the request Of the police. Captain Csughltn nt th c ullage lit , vi pone,., atutlon de clared that he had three oi the men believed to he implicated In the uctual abooting under rrea and wanted mor,- time to aear, h (or a ro'irth, a.. id lo be a mm,, former Soldier, The body of Hose who won the distinguished esrVle medal in th.. wai. waa Liken back to (treat Lakes naval training atatiou today. The two were kill, 1 and a negro policeman wo serloualy wounded Wbsn the bitter attempted to arrest llio ring leader of the Abyssinian I "N1IMlt.li C)N PAilK TWO f'ost Heavy at sprlnirflcl.t. WAHHINclTON-, June 21.- -During Jo- year fiom May, 1919, lo May, I 'J20, the itreatest increaae In th pile i t (oodattltd, 22 per cent waa shown in gpjrlng(lld, 111 , un lo itatlatlc ma.lo public by the de parUaenl of labor today In Its uionllilv ruvlew.