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THE SUNDAY OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER VOL. XIV, NO. 274 TULSA. OKLAHOMA. SUNDAY, .TUNK 27, 1920 ri'KTT WHIT rAIKS IN TW( BRrTMNg PRICE 5 CENTS. sss TwkWmld ceded REED OUSTED-PALMER W9NS GEORGIA BRYAN AND LEAGUE FOES OPEN FIGHT ON TREATY BRIAN OPENS DRV PIRIFORM BATTLE Commoner Is Chosen on Resolutions Commit tee by Nebraska, WILL ASK ROLL CALL Every Delegate Must Go on Record Commoner Says Wets Claim New Support. SILENCE PLAN OF LEADERS Hope to Avoid Mention of Prohibition Outcome of Struggle la Doubtful. MK T'HANOTSCO. June 26 "Wets" end "dim" t- 1 iv continued their pro-convention bottle, but left the outcome still In doubt. W, J liryan, formally opened hi fight for a prohibition platform plank, After hlfl election by the Ne braska delegation to the resolution committee, he. made a long and vig orous address at a luncheon of the Commonwealth club on prohibition nd other platform questions. He de clared the democratlo party must be "saved from the liquor Interests" find predicted utter rout for the "wets." Teinocrnflc leaders favoring modi fication of tho Volstead law confined efforts to quiet work among stat" delegations Several claimed Inrirn secessions to a wet or at least damp declarations. Other leaders, bow ever declared the platform would be silent on prohibition and were work inrr toward .that end. Wants Drv Plank. Mr. Ttryan asserts there will be no rcmprnmlse on the prohibition ques tion. He said that while an open fight might be avoided, he would force a record vote, both of "dates and delegnteg. If the ltquor question were brought up In the convention, it in paramount isstie before the democrats, he said, declaring his special purpose here was to have a "dry" plnnk Incorporated In the r'atform an es-.-enti.il to party vic tory In November, he declared. The "wets" wre encouraged bv reports from southern delegations that hopes of the prohibitionists for a -solid south" for a prohibition declaration were unfounded. They declared tr.it tho unit rule could not be invoked on all southern delega tions and that many sout hern era were ready to vote against the pro- hiblwonlata, Mr. Bryafl told his andlenco today he sought his place on the resolu tions committee, especlilly to ftrrht for a "drv" plank. Will Demand Ttin Tm not sure we're going to have any fight," he continued, "but on the wet question which pfohahly wll! come before the convention, every man will have the chance to go on record. We're going to have a roll call and I want everv delegation polled, o If anv democrat wants to turn the party over to the Honor in terest nLs folks at homo will know IV Mr. rtrvnn said he would welcome a minority report from the result lions committee of necessary, to bring the Issue squarely before the convention When we're thronrh. be con tinued, "the country will know Whether the democratic party will )be the chattel property of the brew ers or whether they'll be out of busi ness never to raise their black flag There will be no dodging the Issue, no skulking around, as at fhicago If the democratic p'arty Isn't willing to speak out after the supreme court has withered every argument of the wets, it ought to dissolve." Never Too Late to Help Poor Babies What was probably he last eon trihtitlon to The Wo-ld milk anrl lee fund was mnile x. ierday. bringing the fund to the present status: As previously reported ... $1,392.1 Friday Aeeor IS no Total to date 11,111.11 Tom D. Lyon of Tulsa on Resolutions Body ' SAN FRANCISCO, June 28 The ' tl.lafiotu.-i doliirailnn today Beeoeld inr. J. Ik A. ;..h-r . ... chairman. Tom D. I yon RH Ht-lertx1 to wwr m iho ooncrUon n-Kolutloiw rsmi niltuw. lU'latlvra to r.et Mn Vaj Bix mooUiii pay w : be al lotted the nt-aretu relative of any man killed lit lotion, or who died aa the result of wound received in ii' tlon, according to a new order of the navy department, it waa announred At the loc&J recruiting fetation yeater-duy. Killinger Lodged Jail After Chase of 5 Years Alleged Slayer of Dawson rrom Canada by Sheriff Woolley- Is Giant in Stature and Noted as Bad Man Watch of Vic tim Found on Person Is Officers' Belief. A chase lasting five years, which led all over the United States. Mex ico and Canada, ended last Friday night when Sheriff James Woolley returned from Canada with George Killinger, wanted here in connection with tho murdr of W. B. Ward, u grocer at Dawson, a small station a few miles Stat of Tulsa. The tragedy occurred at midnight October lo. till, and was the result of disappointment over plans of KUllngsr and his pal, Robert Craw ford, to Intercept and "hi-Jark" two wagon loads of whisky nupposed to be coming to Tulsa from a bootle gers' rendezvous near the Kansas- Oklahoma line, a few miles south of Coffeeyvllle. Kan., the stale con tends. While tho chase virtually ended when police authorities of Tulsa were Informed that Klillnger had been convicted of a felony and wai serving a three-year sentence in tho penitentiary at Stony Mountain, province of Manitoba, Canada, their vigil was not rehvxed until notified Kiilingor's sentence would expire this month, when Sheriff Woolley pre oarad to it t tho bandit as he stepped from the prison door. Klillnger reigned Illness yesterday when County Attorney Munroe pre WASlirNOTON. June 2 Tha popula tion of Oklahoma VUy. Okl.. will fca announced at 10:40 a. m. Monday. IT NNEAPOMS. Jtiiia 28 Flour dropped 30c to 60r a burr, at lha mil. a hrf today. Tho tin-line waa dua to a ahairp tirak In the whont market ytter day . CHICAGO, June The rhlaro Br nlnir An.erican today annouma that bu flnnlng next Monday the price of roplea of the paper will be advanced fruiu 2 to I centa. WASHINGTON. June J -'lovp-mnr Roberta nf Tennei-wee today wired Praai dent Wllpton he will call a apeUal ea toa of leglir.atura to paaa on the suf frage amendment. WASHINGTON. June 2 TlolaluvIM at I va no , i in .' l.ern 11 or I a. ahut a I (roup of 10 offifrre on June 10 and tor tured other prtRuners, according to a re port to tha American consulate. WASHINGTON. Jun. if. Neither Preel.li.nt WUBSB nor Secretary Tumulty hu talked by Ions dlrthncn telethon with Han Francl.ro during the aeck. Ii we. offletally : n .r. . , at the white bou.s today. POUT ARTHUR, Tasas, Jans . Rob ert SI. Latimer, port collector hers, to !ey eatied 41) case, of liquor on board lha tus I'an Amerl-an .-.nd ttia oil baig Tamptco. The haul waa made at Port Nechea on tha Neihea rlvar. The boata axe from MlirBSa p" '.- Kk'XIt'O '1TV Juna !4 Tha atrtka moraiuant in various parta of tha repub lic la srowlng. dlapatch.a to tha alritco City nawapapera aay Three aplnnlris mllla In Puebla t.'lty have ben closed by a walkom for which no raaaon waa slvan. aocordlns to Rioelalor. PINK BLUTT, Juna 21 Tha walkout of Cotton Melt yardmen waa ended here today when tha men arraad to dlaband tha yardmen' aaaoolallon union funned Wadneaday nlsht. The man will report for duty lata teoay. it waa announred. The eecbtefl waa reached at a . .inference of etrikins yardmen and officlala of tha roede. IT. JOSKPIt. Mo., .nine Sl.-The body of the headless woman which waa found floating In I .'ontrary .tuna la. waa Identified today aa tlu.t of Mra. llarnetta I'oleinen. a li.freaf. .ft yeaia eld. of St. Joeeph. Tha woman's parents eald 'hat aha had left their home June 10 saying aha waa going to a private hoapttal. CHICAOO. June : --Kitty Oordon. artresa arid aleter In-law of Law Deette, who accidentally shot Joa Baok. anottier actor, during her act In ft theater line yesterday, ended Hack's stage daya, ha declared In ft lioepltai today, where tie waa atowly recovering. Hack la a "hand balancer" In an soroeatlS troiipa and the bullet he received through his arm hat ruined bis occupation, he says. Despite which fact ha haa alieady forgiven MUi Oertfee. WAS1HNY1TON, Juna I Prni11en( Wilapn linn aikurt by tht allltil nt- tlona (o tuaua a '.!! for tha flrit maat tntf of tha aarirmbly of the iMffUt of !) Ileal. ' dapattinant offirtala aalrt t fltir Phut tha nt II l r"t ba iriH'ta tin inailltttely ua the time nM plsir. fr tba meeting hni ti"t y-i bean tagrt'ad upon by t It o evHlea Hoine WVOf Pfi aa tha mfting j'liira while other dielra tha maatlng he!l at hrueaelg. Till: WEATHER Ti rSA, Or.!.. Juna 2 Maitmum. ft, minimum. 6 , aout h wlmla, eleir OKLAHOMA Sunrla) anl M..mly part ly cloudy ARKANSAS; Stm-lay an.! Monday rn erally fair. New York Life Insurance Co. Farmer & Duran raCIAIi a;i:xts 203 l'ulaav Hide. Vlumn IS I . I Wire Flashes in County j Grocer Brought Here pared to take hlrn before a lusllce of th peace for forma utrulgnment, and demanded that the healing be delayed until on., of the indues of ! the district court returned to the I city. The accused murderer, stan ling : feet 5 Inches in his stocking foot, was unable to wear tho "Oregon hoot.'' a heavy shackle, w hich Wool I ley carried with him, as Klillnger : bears a reputation as a "had man" I and "killer " It was found that ' Klillnger wears size 14 shoes, and the I "boot,'' which is attached to a 16 i pound weight, was too small to fit his root. I 8heriff Woolley said, however, he hud no difficult? with the prisoner during tho long Journey. They traveled only during the day. the i officer arranging the trip in a man ner to reach some large elty where Klillnger could be lodged in jail dur ing the night. Kvery precaution was taken to In sure the safe return of the prisoner, and he was heavily shackled anil handcuffed while traveling. He told Sheriff Woolley when they met at the prison gal.s in Canada, that he CONTINt'rn ON PACIK TWO Tills ncTION DANIELS IS HIT HARD BY DECKER Rear Admiral Takes a Whack at Chief of the Navy. BUILT UP AUTOCRACY Says Daniels "Intentionally and Deliberately" Mis represented Facts. WASIllNCTfiN, .June 2. The Rlnis-Danleis row over the navy's i I r. In. t of the war was revived tod iy With the publication of a letter Irotn Hear Admiral Kenton C. Deeker, coinnian'lant of the seventh naval district. Florida, In which he charges that secretary Daniels In his testi mony before the senate Investigating committee "Intentionally and delib erately misrepresented crrtam sets of Rear Admirals Sims, Kullain and Klske. The letter, dated June 17 and ad dressed to Chairman Male of the committee, was published in the Army and Navy Register, a service magazine. Admiral Decker said he also sent a copy of It to Secretary Daniels. Admiral Decker formerly was naval attache at Madrid hut was re moved during the war. Secr'tary Daniels has stated that his removal followed representations from Am hsaador Willard that he was en croaching on diplomatic functions In ! his activities there. The admiral declared In his letter that "from my personal knowledge , of Mr. Daniels' character, I am led I to believe that whatever la cited In his statements to the discredit of the 1 officers, Is so preverted and twisted las. to give the actual facts a false ' mOI nlng." "It Is prohahle, and more than likely," Admiral Decker s letter said, ! "that If these officers hail bowed down and had served the nods that CONTi.M lp ,,N- pAti'lC. FOUR. this ilrCTlON WEST TULSA HAS FIRE Slorc r TmtlH i enpui.v'H Boa Tank Turni l ull-. In rVeta&a. Klre of an t;ri'li'terntlnil r -r;n complotely dnstroyed BmeOT'l K-n-rnl stur,' in Waal Tulsa, located al most at thr- ex'rems wsstrrn limits of thu olty. nar the Trtxas com 'pany's huito tnnk farm, on ths Tiileui-S.ipulpa ro.-irl, sjhnii' midtilalit lust nlKhl. 1ise to bu llillnsr and ciitnnriLs Is erimiHtrd at about 18.000. , Nons oX thr Kmr'rV family, who reslird on tho upper floor of th i two-eitory fr.'itnn strui-iur--. wi-rs re- ported Injured. Graves to Represent Missouri on Platform IAN ritAVI.srO, Jnn i6 The . Missouri Aeleffatlan tonlirht selected j.ludve V. V ilraves as Ita member I of thr' romtutttr-e on resolutions. Two : members with half a vote- eur-h were 1 choseti at the ciuc-us "to reprftfrit ( the smte on the committee ,n r.re dentials and rules. One of these ww aaleOleid from the Hoed faction. M'ADOO IS FINAL CHOICE ON POLL Former Secretary Has Majority News Service Count Reveals. NO ONE HOLDS LEAD Situation Is Unsettled and No One Stands Out Ahead on Eve of Ballots. COX BOOSTERS CONFIDENT Backers Say He Will Be Nominated Campaign Is Showing "I'ep" at Frisco. Ily Murlln B. I'evr, I. N. S. Staff Correspondent. SAN niANCIMO, June 2. On the eve of the national democratic convention a painstaking surv.-y nf tho arrived delegates, numbering more thttit half of the men and wortien who will sit In the auditor ium, reveals the unmistakable fact that William Cilhhs McAdoo has failed signally to eliminate himself from this race and that, on the basis of "drafting" without respect to his personal desires, he is the preferred ultimate Choice of the majority of delegates hero. That In the oiilstandlng feature of tod-iy's convention news, hut It Is hedged about many circumstances which tend to riuallfy It anrl to create a state of rem.trknMe uncertainty which makes prophecy absurd. No man ltnows what action the aonvetltloa will take regarding can didates. No Master Voice. There Is no audlhle sound of a master voice The babble of opinion In the hotel eorrlders Is genuinely eonruaeo. There are other eandl- i dates to he sure.hirt It Is remarkable; thnt one heirs more reasons against their election than for them, and . gossip concerning some of them is! unpleasant to the polite ear. family Skeletons not being neglected, among other thlnr-s. If balloting were to start tndsv. with favorite sons compliments paid Off, there would he slim chance of' anything like an approach to a choice on the basis of a matorlty, v 'e much less than a two-thirds I predominance whl'h Is necessary fori selection In a democratic conven tion, according to the result of a, canvass of delegates made hy the International News service. Delegates when approached are found glowing with loenl pride and state rho'ce enthusiasm hut when the Ineniewcr gets down to prnctl col politics nnd the Interviewer sud denly finds himself subject to an interview and the question Is: "What do you think of McAdoo? TTcM come through If we draft him, won't he'' Is he sincere? And no CONTINlleJll ON PAOI TEN MEREDITH GETS OUT Airrlr-nltiin. KriTetnry Says TTe T In o Sritar n OMldlttote for Presi dency at l'rlwy. sav rnANfisfo jun. n ejtn retarv Meredith afinounr-ed todny that he w is "nut In any riee a ran dldite for" the tSernCrCratle nontlna llnn f.ir president lie hnn been amntiK those for whom nomination work was In progress at the conven tion and plans for presenting his nsme to the convention had keen made. The serrr try's formal state ment did not sav whether thrHr plane had been cancelled. Joint headquarters fur Meredith anl former Amhnasadrir t.i'rard, nlH., a eonlerwler for the nomination, hail been opened here. Their nanus were linked in the sin announolni the whereabouts of workers fur the twin boom. "I am attending the convention merely as a delegate at lare from Iowa." the secretary ald "I appreciate more than I ran say the friendship and confidence ex pressed by Iowa friends In their sua gMtlon nf niy name to the San Fran cisco convention but I am not iti atiy senae a raiiitldulo for the nomina tion. "I am perfeeUy happy as secretary or acrlcult me and if 1 may continue until March 4 n.'Xt to serve tho en tire people of the nation by en couraKltiir aKtlt'Ulture and by urging proper support nf It through ade quate appropriations, to the depart ment of aarfoulture, i win feci that I am workini: in a field In which I can 1m) most effectvc "Dcmorrats are confident of sue- cssrt with Senator KardJn aa the republican oandldate and with Shi republican pisiform drawn at Chl oafo leavitiB the people In uouht as to JUHt when' the republican party stands on the league of nations issue." Woman Fatally Shot By Bandit Companion Shot Whlta n-tpHnjr li.lu kt'n- htmui, 3 oYliM ri .hi nwirnltiji Ml. .;...! OOOk, Hho 1tu IH III. lit nun III (if town Mid A V Orr. iru ell --.ill n nf !! nrn- HMH ntiI die former t u-u ivonlldtd Minn COOk wii sUkH In flH" UMSh anl Mltfil of llir main Mood VOO ml HcvrriHl. Sn Ms! rrMrtil In Ik il vlltK ill 2 1 .HO o'tdork lliW mornliiK "I thr TtilHA lio-iptuil. Off wtiH shot In (lit linn... I 'i nIhmiI in; OOOWTOwl our mile m! of loun on (tic llroki'ii Arn.w ron.l I lift ' nIioIh wrr in- .1 MOOOVd lily to Orr, two itoltix wild MWl tln third hit) Ink bin In llM li'nid &nd fp'lnir throiufli. and liltihiK n "i,i. in ii,, nock. The car wlilrh lMt were driv ing wiim trolnif hIow, luiM.rdlii to irr .trui iite hijacker who whh de-rrttw-d n.s a Hhnrf, durk OOUptal i iiwin, M0ppcd oti the I'niinlfijf ImmitiI mid demiiiHted that they Htop. irr frrahhed for the hand I Cm j'l.i.il when he readied over to NfareTi him and while wnvMllutr for the iin, two of tho hIh(.s were rin d. The hlja ker Ihen Jerkil the i. no loose mid fired one hIio4. hi i.he ear iiimI then inn. It waa till- allot tlial toidi effiet. The couple npM'ared nt the h.in-.i ally Waffle hoiipe u Stoiiit oMt4Ut alioiit I ft mtmihti after tin- SbOOtnc and IttQOlnMl for it hospital. Xiteiidhuf phjnlolMM snld (hu) MIhn ( ook'N eiMidltlon wiih nwnle the BOCC Tftleal from o much IfiaN of Mood. Utile h--was held for her recovery arly this mornlmr PALMER FORCES LAST DITCHERS Pennsylvanians to Stay With Attorney Gen eral to End. DRYS WIN DELEGATION Attempt of Wets to Obtain Platform Plank is Deetfw ively Beaten in Count. SAN KHANi'IKC-i, June 26. I'enneylvnnla "drys" won a slasliitig victory In the stale convention cau cus today, defeating efforts to In struct for a "wet" plank by a vote CO to 13. Ths delegation as Instructed to voto as a unit fur Attornoy Ueneral Palmar for president "to thu bitter end." The "wets" moved to Instruct Vanre M ' 1 '' irni lc.ii . former chairman of the nat.onal DOmmltteO. to utk" a modification of the Volstead pro hibition enforcement act tu permit manufaetureof light wines and beers. The "drys'' OOUnterdd with a motion to table, which was carried f,0 to 13. The Nebraaaa dell kmiuui at a cau cus today decided to withhold dec s ioii on the question of it presiden tial candidate until ufter the drift of the lommlttse beoomaa known I'oHtnin.-ter fjeneral ilurlrson. who arrived here during tin night, de clared that he and the entile Texas delegation would vote for the uumi nailon of William (' Mi Adou Tho action of the republican con vention In adopting a platform which, he eald, concealed its attitude on the leading questions confront ing the country would not bo ri pe.itcd in Han Francisco. The demo cratic convention, ho predicted. would ib fine Its position positively J and emphatically. Me would nut 'forecast its attitude regarding a I liberalisation of th" Volstead act, labor or the Irish CjUOCUOn, but said thut whatever action might be taken the party would abide by the win ex the majority. The New York delegation met to day hut adjourned until tomorrow night without trutiaai'ttng any busi ness. Governor BmlUe. ooairman of the delegation, said the postpons ment w its due to 'he non-arrival of a number of delegate! Iron thu up state districts. At tomorrow nlgkt'a meeting it is planned to ri OlOOl Norman K Mack am the member of the dcmm-ralie I national committee ami to assign w. UOUrae (.'ochran to the committee on raaoluttona, Knttiuslasm was aroused by the reading of a telegram from the French democratic club of New Vork city urging the golegatlOt) to work for the nomination of tjover nor Brnlth as the presidential candi date. Harding Is (iuest of Sen. Freylinghauxen ItAKU'AN. N J. Juno 20 Senator W. i. KaVrdlng, republic an precedential nominee. Is spend ing the week-end at the country home here of Joseph It. I'rollng-huysen. WALSH AND REED MEET COMMONER Two Senators, Foes of Tact, Join Forces With Nebraskan. TAKE FIGHT TO FLOOR If BMkten in Resolutions Com mittee Battle Will Be. Taken to Convention. OPPOSE UNRESERVED PLAN I'urposo Ih to Prevent Com mitmpnt of Party V.rilh'Mit Reservations Solon Sayfl. SAN FRANf'lrVO. June 16. Plans for Opposing the administra tion treaty and league of nations plank were formulated at an hour's conference tonight between William I. I'.iyan and Senator Welsh of Massachusetts and Senator Heed of Missouri Their first effort. Senator Walsh said, Is to be made In the resolutions committee hy offering ubatltutoj fr 'be administration plank. if defeated In the resolutions committee, senator Walah said, it was planned to present a minority report to the convention. The major eonoern of those in the movement, the Massachusetts senator added, is in prevent commitment of the narty lo uarCOOrVOd ratification of trie league covenant. "We discussed several platform planks, principally the treaty and the league," said Senator Walsh. OpMieic Commitment. For the adminlstiation treaty plank, It Is ptetty generally agreed that we Khali offer several substl ItJtee possibly three or four, to the resolutions oommlttao, They have nut boon drafted but our general purpose Is to oppose committing the part to unreserved ratlf loetMon ef 'he pre Cent covenant." If the substltuto planks should he rejeoted, genator Walah said, the next move would be for presentation nf the l-iaue In the convention Itself. Bennlor Heed declined to discuss the conference. OppOM I'ri'Slilt'llt. The tin,' laadari who mat in Mr. Bryan's rooms have boon regarded as the prim Ipal opponents of I'resl dent Wilson's course In the senate and also as forecast before ths con- ventlon Beaetnr Herd m the sen ate joined ths rapukiioag Mirre ooacll. ablea" In opposing the treaty while Senator Wal.th voted for ratification with the Lsidgs reset vallone. Both made aavaraj paoohoi vigorously Orlliolalng the league plan, while Mr llryau has spoken for ratification with tlm majority t enervations to avoid the treaty beooming a cam paign Issue FERRIS IS ASSAILED ytacrtoaa LaeSirmlate says lie ought to Hate lU'Nlgncd to UO to War Dih.tir Is IIuiiiimI. HI'IHO, Okie, June 26. - Members of tlm American legion today planned to debate nasi Suiurday a question of "disloyalty" hi ought bj Si oti Ferris. coi'griiesiiian from Oklahoma, who seeks Hie nomina- jil'ii I'll the democistlc ticket for i mien .inn,'. e nsi'ii aajeiiiwH Thomas I'. !oru. a oindldnts lo sue i rod himself, it was announced tu rn tonight Members of the American legion lated the maion for tho debate was the content ion rained ul tltrong City lust night when a F rrl speakt r red ftotn a pamphlet charging tiore With disloyalty wae Bhajloagad by another Amerlran legi.ui nnmbei Mini declared had rwrrui koag pa Miotic he would have aligned fiom the Ihouae, of repveaentatlvea and gi.ne to War Inetrad of itcrepimg easy and swivel cl aired Jobe In Washington.4 it wss stated tonight thnt all Amerliaii logloa poata iiad been au thoriaod to accent any challenge on the part of tlore to debate anyone rapreeentlng bin opponent, and thut 11 i. inher of Ih,- legion would take up the il hale, tine hlmseli would. Find Swindlers Guilty; Are Given Four Years KANSAfl rf'ITr, June 6 --A criminal court Jury hers late to night returned a verdict of guilty in the casu of Mr. and Mrs. It V. aamifli charged with obtaining money Under false pertense in con nection wiin an alleged "get rich quick" schema Involving ihouaSindH of dollars, and ths defendants were sentenced to serve four years In the etato penitentiary. Reed Is Assured Convention Sent by Getting Proxy KANSAS 6ITY, JuiH 2f. Jumcs T. Urntlshaw, altor Datt to Senator Jnmojt A. Rwd, a dulpgnte from the Fifth Missouri district to the dsmOOMetk national convon tlon, announcod hem tonijht that he hail voluntarily tunfgd over his proxy to Sen ator a gad and that the lat ter was empowered act for him in all matters pertain injr, to the business of the convention. Mr. Bradshaw said he yave the proxy to Senator Reed just before the senator left for San Francisco and said that he did so "because he thought the highest inter ests of party harmony de manded it." Mr. Bradshaw declared business matters prevented him from attending the con vention.. GET NO LINEUP ON CANDIDATES Strength of Rivals to Be Shown Only on Initial Ballot. MANY T0BE PUT UP Bryan's View That Many Will Be Voted Down Before Choke Is Made Prevails. HAN KHANVH''0. June 26 Ac the rival forces at the democreUc national convention move Into posi tion for the opening Monday thern Is apparent no more definite align ment of strength for candidates than there lias been since the delegates began to assemble. W. J. Itryan epitomised the situation today in language with which most observers seemed to agree. "There will be a lot of tlckes put up and put down before this conven tion nominates one," he said. The eloelng hours of the pre-con-vonllon period are much the same as characterised the last minute pro ceedings of the republican conven tion. There la a marked elmllarlty In many respects. Seven hundred flfty-ali of the 1,082 delegates are unlnstrucled Their personal preferences cannot tie assembled In composite review. It sr-enia certain some balloting on the convention floor will be neces sary to discloss the llnee of strength end weakness, clear the ground nf favorite nuns and complimentary coNTiNi'rit ov paof: rona. THIS HPVTI'iN ROAD CONDITIONS General r"'l rendltlone throughout Tulaa anil arl imnlng Counties are In tiet ter aharie than at any lime during tha year, an-nrrtlng to reporla reserved SS K. ttee Oiithr-y. aerrelftry of tha Alhert IMtre Hlghwev aaeucta Inn. The reccM relne ml Hie ruarla In fine ahape for eterbtafl and lliey arft arsooiri and dmt leae Tulaa OklftSfttS . OHf road la in flna ehape ami travel haa hei-n reeurned over tha ngark t ra 11. eliire the repairing of .1'.tn.re ,-anal near i naiener Touilala from ken.ie t'ify and other o..n,t. anrrh report II. e n.ade via Hklft look and llarlleavllle aa In iirnieually S"nr1 rendition anrl thle route eeema to he d. yldlof tha travel About eouellr with Ilia formerly mora popular route via t'el llnevllle and Nuwala. The latter routs la alio reported to be In good ahape. Tha Albert Pike highway lo the weal Via r'ar.d Springe and Ki-yeton. la atlll In vary poor ahape be,:a.iee of romtruc t.op anrl. In progreee he'aeen Sand Springe, and Keystone The htsliway be tweeu Yala and Keyatone via I'mtnn and M ir.' - I la ftlau b..J in apola due In ash Btnietlen work. Moat of trie travel tu Col tireito rttrinsa la g"tns over the northern mule vie Wlrltlla whlrh la reported lo be In geo.1 rondo Ion Wret of Tela tha road le In fine IBSpe and good nine ran be made. Travel ia alau Increaalns ever tha Albert Pike ftasl via Hlihy and l.eonaid through llssksil i" M.iekogee. hot owing lo recent Itliprovem.nla moat of the Mate kngae trai-l haa b.en rotng via llrok-n Arrow anil ' "Were. tne roan eaet to loan: prinus via Claretuort, le In g ehapa. County anthorltlaa In Tulaa pad all adlolnlng eourtl.a are showing vaally Improver reeulta In Ilia matter of main tenanre and It la pleaatng to not. thai we are entcilng v.h't It geaeraliy known aettie dry aeeeon of th. year with th. road, much abova par. In fact, in better roiidltlon than ihey hav. been for year.," Mr iluthrev .aid. Hennrriy gpsatoj IdeH, One-half epttng I'hlck.n 1'Tl.d Vir ginia Potatii croquette.. Corn Fritters, June I'eaa. tiki a ftnd lomato. Merverl ilia lu. 1 Advt. . p. Ul. Kc-nueily Iteataui ant. WILSON FORCES WIN 2 CONTESTS Administration Scores Victory in National Committee. APPEALS ARE TAKEN l.-eagur Opponent Beaten 34 to 12 Will Go Before Cre dentials Committee. CLARK HOWELL IS WINNER Watson-Hoke Smith Group la Defeated in Southern Bat tle by Unanimous Vote. BAN KRANOISOO, Juno la Senator .lames lined of Missouri, witness claim to a seat III I In- re in yen I Ion fmitl 1 ho Fifth Missouri district waa rejected by the national onmrolttee, untight gave out a statement aenrrtlng that the action of tle o ommlttee oaa bo taken aa noibing more or lean titan an effort "esnlnde from the munolls nf the party a man wIiiiho drnirHtrarry la on. Imllengcl and uniiurwttoned, solely upon the v i "ii ml that In lire tolled s La tee senate, acilna undrr Ills oath of office, he nppoacd the ieagne of nations." The senator said he will carry the ea.se before the credentials t rommltlee, hoping and erpeotlag a diff ertnt spirit will pre .all there. AimiTORIUM, SAN FRAN CISCO. June id. Administration leaders won a swoeplng victory in the democratlo national committee today when that body recognised the t'aJmer delogatea In the Ueorgla contest and refused to aire Sena tor James A. Reed of Missouri, bit ter opponent of the league of na tions, a seat. The vote to keep Reed out waa 24 to 12, and came after a long public hearing and an hour and a half of dUcuAwafon behind closed doors. The vote to seat the tleorgta Pal mer delegates was unanlomus, 41 votes belna recorded In their favor with four committeemen absent. The action of tho committee In the Cleor gla contest carries with it the re election of Clark Howell as a mem ber of the nations! committee, his delegates having selected, him when they wore named. Senator Heed said he "oertalnly would carry his fight for a seat to the credentials committee at least. Until after conference with Missouri members, Reed said he could not .lis- uss further procedure ehould the credentials body adopt the national committee's stand. Vote on Reed. The vote by states on the rejec tion of Senator Reed'a claim to a seat follows: Kor Heed. California, Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa. Kentucky, Nebraaka, Nevada, New Jersey, New Vork, North Dakota, Ohio 12. Agalrst Heed: Alabama, Aiisona, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, leorgla, Idaho, Kansas, Maine. Maryland, Massachusetts, Mlchagan, M iMHlaslppi, Missouri. Montana. New Hampahlra, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Hhode Island, South Carolina, South Itakota, Tennessee, Texas, I'tah, Vermont, Virginia. Washington. Wy oming, Alaska, Hawaii, Philippines. I'orto Hlco 24. Knink Qttlna, who held the proxy of r. II. Lynch of Minnesota, refrained from voting because he ex peeled to be a mombor of the cre dentials committee and would have to paaa "n the action of the national committee. ArKmaRH, Itulslana, Oklahoma. We' Virginia, Wisconsin and Die- trl'-i or t oitimblaaaa were not re corded as voting. Hef re the vote was taken Com uilti in Ifoora, Ohio, Sautsbury. Delaware, Mullen, Nebraska, and Dockwellar, California, spoke in fa vor of seating Heed. (ilasa (Iprefasos Reed. Senator Class, Virginia made the principal speech against Jteed. and wag mpportad by Committeemen Julnii. Hho. In Island. Jones, New 1 and Tltlow, Washington. N I Mm k. New Vork, In voting for Raadi gave hl reasons, and John W. Cougnlln, Maasa. hu.ee Its. ex plain' L hi.t vote against Thn majority of the speakers eon- i fined themselves to records In the , Heed case and the league of nations CONTlNt l'.li (IN TAOB TWO. THIS SKCTION - -' M '- Man Hurt MIAMI, Okla., June 21. -Floyd Matthea, guiage 'proprietor, waa run over and seriously hurt when be cranked his ear in gear. Hla wife who was in the car, wss unable to check the machine before It ran Into a luilldlng opposite the garage. She was not hurt.