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RELIABILITY CHARACTER ENTERPRISE THE MORNING OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER iVIIUOl WnnN NET PAID I LCILA HON i 26,704 FINAL EDITION JUNE I VOL. XIV, No. 286 I Tl'LSA, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, JULY 9, 1920 lfi PAGES PRICE 6 CENTS. THREAT PROGRESSIVES GO OVER TO HARDING Nominee Assured That All Leaders of 1912 Will Support Him. BROWN PLEDGES HELP Ohio Bull MOOM Chairman Tells of Meeting Held in New York to Flan Aid. SENATOR SEES HAYS BOOM Chairman to Spend Sunday at Marion Other leaders to Meet Harding. Wood In Planning to Meet Harding CHIOAOOi July . General Ioti.ird Wood pluns to hold a conference Bonn with Senator vTarrn o. Harding, republican presidential nominee at Marlon, Ohio, it wm announced today following a mooting of tho gon eral anil National Chairman lliys. No rtiil' for Ihu confor HH wan made public. T. Coleman Du Pont, republl ran national QOtnmltt man from Delaware, visited republican head quarters today to complete ar rangements for notification cere, monle at Senator Harding's home In Marlon on July 22. Hurry M. Daughorty. prc-convcti-tlun manaarcv for the nominee, hat Invtttd all members of the notification committee and mem hrs of the executive committee to 'line with him the night before the notification, the dinner to he made the occasion of an offi cial Fathering In the Columbus athletic Club at Columbus. Ohio From there tho truest Will Co to Marlon hy special, train the next morning. MAItlON, Ohio, July 8. Assur ances that the national republican ticket would have tho united sup port of progressive ieadera promi nent In the 1912 camp'xn were given to Senator Harding, the republican presidential nominee today by Walter F. Brown of Toledo, prominent Ohio progressive. In a conference the senator and Mr. Drown discussed plana for the campaign and especi ally the part that the progressives would t ike In It. Mr. Krown was chairman of the Ohio slate progressive committee in 1912 and besld being delegate at the recent 1'hlcago republican con vention acled as the senators floor manager. H is a candidate for the republican senatorial nomination to succeed Senator Harding. "Without exception tho old Roose velt loaders are supporting Senator Harding and (Jovernor Coolldge," said Mr. Urown to the correspond, ents. rrogmwlvr Ticket. Mr. Brown said he told the sena tor of a private dinner given In New York last Thursday and at tended by prominent progressives during which a resolution was adopted endorsing the Harding Coolldge ticket. Another visitor today was N. M. Miller of Columbus. manager for former flov. Krank 11. Willis, i and! date for the republican senatorial nomination, but according to Sena tor Harding the call had no political significance and only national pill tlca was discussed. K. Mont Rotlly, banker of Kansas City, also aaw the senator. Senator Harding again followed his example of yesterday In arriv ing tit his office earlier than usual and devoted moat of his time to pre paration of hla speech of acceptance liars ' .'oil in.' Will II. Hays, chairman of the re publican national committee, with T. Coleman du I'ont, committeeman from Delaware, were to have ar rived tomorrow to discuss pljns for his notification, hut It was said to night they might not reach Marlon '111 Saturday. Mr. du Pont Is li.nr man of the subcommittee on ar rangements. Mr. Hays Is expected to spend Sunday with the senatot Announcement was made that Sena tor Cummins, republican of Iowa, would arrive Saturday to discuss campaign plans. Senator Harding today was ad vised that two additional baby boys had become namesakes of his. One, a son of r. A I.eberman, a news paper man of Harrlsburg, 111., and the o i her a son of r. F. Callahan of Marlon. The latter la the first baby nnni hers to be named after the senator since his nomination Threaten Oneral Strike. UBAMIMOTON, BafUnd, July The Miner's federal lf.ii In MMlon nere tnday adopted a rtOhltlon pro vlnlng that If the government dOM Jnt withdraw the troopa from Ire land and ceaae furnUhlny war ma ,prtals to enemies uf the Rolehevik IwRoroJ strike of ail unions shall ceUied, British tn Rrtoni Honors at Gorgas Funeral Services WASHINGTON. July .- By com-' runnd of King George Maj. don. Ooigas will t,e accorded the mill-1 '.try funeral of a. major general In! he Ililtlsh army, the state depart-j mi nt was gdvlsod today hy uhnisgM dor Davis at London. The services will be held at Si. Paul's, cathedral, London, at noon tomorrow. (leneral Oorgas died enrlv Sunriav morning In London utter an Illness oi sev. rai weeks. CHICAGO, July H. A prohibition tlckM ' may n In thi- ftoM aualn tM fall, to OO ralAfl lit un IMVMWH -nt t (May by Virgil 1. Hlnahaw, iha.rmen M lht pro hibition nati nal MWtt(M Hi that "both the .t- n and i npubil OM MrtlM In omitting ft i - ' al k me jvn mum -intent nan dlMiiaiiy ranrri In living up to tha atandavrda deinanrled by people) la 41 elate," NOOAI.KR. AH. July . Oen. Alvaro Obrgun, In a atatemvnt hwt today re garding rporta of revolts In !nalno M(r)tinit ih tie fa tf. BbV9lfiRiMti aald tha (willing gcnt-ml wen- Conner ('Hnanaa adherent a whn f-red puniahnif nt by tha praMni Mvt)raniai on icrfi charge Tm rtVOltfl. Jhe IMMriU aald are confined to two or threi' local er ll na and are ra ajaidad mm a blufC. piacaduis (liiht of tha ravolilnf partlae to tha mouatalna aj fuglilvea from Juatlr-a. SAN FRANOISCO. July . United State .Senator Hliam w Johnaon eatd today had received a "very cnidlai : talejiram from I'ntted Statea Senator Warren O. Harding, rapubllt an ir wldMtlaJ nnmlnae. "Km i her th in that I hava ti 'iittnc to aay," Senator Johnson reniarked. HANTA KK. N. July 8. KMMrt W nianctt e long ftghi f.,r l ie llf. In wbhh he waa aldod by the pleae of hla mother, ended In failure today whan (lovernor Larrasola rafugftd Iiim attorney 'a pe llltm fr a to day repi rVe. Jtlam ell will be hanged at numlm tomorrow morning In the Ranta Fa Jail ard fur the murder uf Clyde Armour at Sloua t hy. Iowa, WAHMINflTON', July I Mnntg ll J, Ala , haa a iopulatbn of U ii it, an In rreaae of 6,328 during tha paat ID yaare, the cenaua bureau announced tonight. Tha Increase alnca 1 MO amounted to 14 par Mots LONDON, .Tuly a President Wllem. haa SSSSplM the iBVttatiOS "f tha laagua t.f netiona to call a tntrtlnjc uf the ha -aetnhly of the league e:nly In November, It wi announced lit i hf houae of com mona to.ly by (e 11 H Mm maworth. un derieer'(a,ry for for tun affaire. WASHINGTON, July 1 ',rlor"r f arvlce In favor of the more aaaentUl ooinntodltlea le n' . to relieve tha preitent tranai" ( tut ion ongraah n on Ihn rallroada. Daniel MTllard. hulrman of the advleory eommtltSS "f the AaaocU. lion of Hallway Kiern t tvea, declared to. day tiefore tha Inloratte cointueroa com mlaaion (thLAHOMA CITT. Joiy a -Ilerjiileltlnn for th istuiu uf "Csl." John Jnnea Is tna Mlaauurl atatc pcnltam Ur wan nraeented trnlay to Lieutenant OovsrSor M r-. Trapp Jonea la alleged to have e apod from a ooavlcl road camp April whii aervtnc a thrte-year aentenc-a for rh e f " g held at Tulaa, MARION. Ohio. July t A teleam ex preaalng appreciation of the a'atemeot niada public yeeterday by Henator John SS4V republican of .. announclnc hla aupport of the republican titaat, . today .- by (Senator Maiding to tha CaJlforataa. MfTOM. July . Tha fnltad Htaaa will he repreaented unoffp tally at the Hrueaela financial congreaa under the league of natlona on July Si, Kaeratary Huuaton announced here today. I'ONHTANTINOPUcr July I, flat. W i iliac. N H mm Well ih. a ho haa bee'i blgti i ommloaloner of the all lea to Armenia unci July, ill I, haa "algued thnt posl ton Hl tenlnnatlon wll beuTT:e effective when the Hritlah avacu ate Jtatum on tha Mask aea. PETROLEUM HEARING SET faitha aaaaaH o ! mimic at Adjiu-tinrnt In M-il. UBXIOO CITW, July S Petro Ium mn will clve further hnarlnfrs In an effort to adjust thr 'liffeirsnoes lietwefii them ami tho ffovernntf-m. I'mvlaional Prenlilint d. la Hueria told newspaper oornepondrati tu- ' day. The provisional president aCd ' tliers would lie more tipi'lsinjrs and .hat the revolts thus far hud been ' promoted hy men fMring they irould Lbe held resonalble for their past i UcUk d NX. ' nv Wire Flashes NEW FULKERSON CASES REVEALED Other Ch'arpes Found Against Pardoned Alva Banker. TO DISAPPROVE BONDS Freeling Will Ask for Arrest and Hiulnf Attack Upon Pardon is Planned. BANKER IS OUT OF. STATE Eaeapai, but officers Hupp to Locate Him Attorney General Commended. Waldrep Defend Fulkerson Pardon OKLAHOMA CITY. July Tom C. Waldrap of Shawnee, speaker of the house of repre sentatives who while acting as governor, pardoned M. M Kulk erson of Alva, sentenced to seven years In the penitentiary on a conviction of embezzlement, to day issued a statement explaining Ml rsaSOna for granting the par don. He said: "There may he aome persons would care to have an SXprSOSton from me regarding the I'ulkerson pardon. It is not my desire to engage in a press controversy. I merely wish to state toy net was prompted by re commendations, the record and the Importunities of friends of this man, who were conversant with all thef acts In this case. I am convinced that this man de served consideration and hy granting this pardon I have noth ing to regret, no apologies to of fer nnd no xcues to ofefr. "My record In public office during the past six years, I be lieve, Is above reproach. I have never hroken a promise nor failed to do what I thought was right. I am confident that the facts In this case fully Justified all that I have done. When this matter has been tested and determined I shall be pl ued to give the press and public a full and complete state ment covering the reasons, cir cumstances, remds and fats In Oils ase n order that lodgment may he renedered acordlng to the merits thereof." OKLAHOMA Cm . July, -i l thai (harges aro pendlnn against M. M ealkaraen of Alva, in the eiatrloi court of Woods tounty In addition to that of einbrzzl, un lit on whh h he was eonvlrted and for whlr.h he was pardoned by Tom C Waldicp. acting governor, on Saturday, ac cording to a telegram from the court clerk of the county received by At tornsy OanaraJ Kreellng toiiay. Pulkarson Is at large under bond for his appearance In the saaM pond lug, freding said. Motion will be made In district court within a Jew days, or as soon as a Judge is pro! "in lo hear It, to s. t aside tho o' Jcr approving the bondu In the oam uetiding and to Incroase the him ll Tho attorney general said he will ask as soon as the bonds ate dlsap proved for a wairant for 1'ulkeison s arrest to answer the pending oka ' (i a U liile the effort Is going forward to get a warrant for I'ulkerson's ar rest on old charges, there will be no laoksnlng In the attempt to have tnO pal iiie isaifed to Um by Wald rep declared void, I- reeling said. The atlack upon the pardon probably will be made In one of the courts of Oklahoma rather than In a requisi tion hearing before the governor of another slate, It Is expected. Lieutenant (iovernnr Trapft said today that if Kulkerson could be located outside 'be stale and if a warrant should e presented for his arrest he would he glan to Issue a requisition for his return to Okla homa. " 1 a tu irifldent we shall be able to bring l-'ulkcrsun hack here and land him In tho penitentiary," Kreel ItiK declared. "The discovery that fhere are still some charges pending aaalnst htm. upon which he has not been tried, has added ammunition to our fight. There Is doubt If Wald rep had the ronstliu'icnal right to Issue the pardon. Although I do not know for certain where Kulk erson is, i have a strong suspicion. Officers will run him down." Mr Freeling planned to send to the sheriff of Woods county instruc tions today to execute the mandate of the criminal court of app' ats to compel Kulkerson to bagta the serv ing of his sentence of seven years for smtHMlsrntnt. but the plans had to he abandoned when It was le..rnrd that KulKerson t el left the state as soon as his pordon, aitested by the secretary of stale, was given him Tuesday morning. Scores of telegrams have reached the attorney general demanding that the Kulkerson pardon be ravokod ai d he be forced to served bis sen- Gronna fs Headed hu Xon-Irtisans in Dakota Primary Sd'iuiOtr IatMt rcttirTia from the Norlh !a KofL wnatotin) primary Hhnv that St rial 01" A. J. Qrritiiia la iunnln ln hiinl t)tp. riun-pHi ilH-tn lalr .irnll lato fur "ItoUoil nl t hg PApUbll -n.n prinihry hcUl there last week. Karly returtiH rhowed thr- MMitOff Ul have appan'Mlly a mtfe leatl but il'-lafcuV I wpOHo have rut ioWS hin iiiarj:(fi anl Ir. V. K lsad1, hla nppo-m-nt. ! mm- a fW htinrlrerl I'lHttd. OPPOSE NAMING OF LA F0LLETTE Sinprle Taxers Do Not I Want Senator to Head Third Party. CONFER WITH SENATOR Pinchot and Record Go to Madison to See if Wisconsin Man Will Head Ticket. LaFollette Ihnn Not Tell Dccmnn MADISON, Wis., July . No intimation as to tle jiIhiih of Senator m Pollatts retarding hit andldscy for president on a hi id parly platform wa aglven onlgkt following a conference ivlth Amos I'lnt hol of New York md Oenrge , uocord of New lersey, who visited him at hl fsrtn here today to discuss third i '- rt v iiffalis and politics gen rally. Little belief was expressed 1y friends of the senator 'that he would consent to head a third party, Hlthoui;h hi' Is known t. favor certain platform plan!.-, 'hat th" new nragnlzatlon Is e ported to adopt. " I OHICAOO, Jul) n Plana f a ! group of liberal and radloal organi sations for one united third patty, with candidates for pragMMl and vice president In the field, received I a se'haek today when single fax party members Announced they would not Miipport Senator Robert M. LaKollette, the expected choice of the other groups The single lexers who srrlved to day to prepare for their convention declared they would bolt the com tdne and nominate a separate ticket if the majority chose Il'.leite. While the single tsxers were threatening to present their own ticket Aiiuai I'lnchot and (ieorgo I. KeOOrd of the Committee of 4 H were CONTlMUap 'IN pacik. two 1 1 I .1 i.i i.i..t Passenger Train Faster Than Auto Kills Man at Crossing In what Is thought t- bean at tempt to beat the train to the grossing, James Miller, 40 years old. of Dawson, was struck hy a 1'risr o passenger train four miles east of Tulsa about 1 o'clock yes terday afternoon snd Instantly killed. The truck which he waa driving was completely demoUsh ed but an unknown man who waa riding with him was Injured. It Is thought hy relatives of the dead man that the man who was with hun on the truck la an employee of Miller's on his large hog ranch enar liawson. The accident occurred at tha, first crossing west of liawson mi l In a small guh h. It Is thought ihat the truln rounded the curve near the crossing and urn Jaliler PROBE LAMPAluN TODErEAFREED t nminitU'c i alls Missouri Leaders to Testify Today. CLAIM $3,000 SPENT charge National Committee' niun Qoltra Paid state Delegate' Expenses SAYS NEGROES "DISAPPEAR" Republican Voters Come Up Missing in Georgia, Henry L. Johnson Asserts. CMK'AOOi July I. The senate committee Investigating pre -conveii-tlnn campaign expenditures of can J Ida tee Inf I totiight for Ht. Louie ieie it will resume hearings toluol row. i:potitllfurea In behalf of Attornty al a M:ii io h Palmar, who was a eandtdate tor the democratic nom Inatlon for president, ate scheduled Tm investigation at loinoriows sen -l oi and nearly a score of wltAOflMM! Including gjdward OoUra, domoomtle rtattonaj committeemen, and Joseph T liavis, both of Ht. Isiuls, have boon subpoenaed. Reports that Ooltra paid ID.ooc to 'letegates (Of expenses to the slate irinvention which was responsible foi the ousting of Senator tloOd from hie nations. I convention eeat wet. said by committee members to he one subject which will b Investi gated. I'reea dlspatcmes from fin Fran cisco today showed that Ooltra and I 'avis are still there hut Henatoi Kenyon snld the commlltee would begin Its Inquiry Into Mr, laliner campaign regardless of whether Qol Ira and Osvls were present. Th commlltee today Rnlgnod Its hear nigs In Chicago with the testimony of Henry Lincoln Johnson, Oeorgla nej.ro. alleged to have received 0 000 I.owdcn money, who declared supporters of Oerieral Wood spent more money than tlovernoi LowdOH In Georgia and that demoorcts spent more than both of the republicans. KogrOOf who have voted the re Iiuhllenn ticket In Oeorgla "have die appeared" and n'-vi r been heal d uf again, Henry Lincoln Jobnooa, ne gro republican national committee mail, told the senate committee In ,-eiMt (gating campaign expenditures today. The committee was questioning Johnson about the lynching In the soul h. "They don't lynch men for belong ing to the republican party. do they''" ticked Senator Kenyon. "(rh, yes. they do." Johnson re plied "Miitiy a negro voting the ro pubtlcari ticket has disappeared and no tidings have ever been herd of him." In fubtln, Oe.. during the pre conventlon campaign there was "Wild UOg Of money" the frttnOgl as cried "I spent only $l&o there" he explained "hot the other fellows Mpept niore than 12 nftfl 'The other fellows," he said "were the represents fives of Maj. Qon Wood, while 1 was working for myself for national committeeman.' Asked If Wood Supporters "bought oelegales " Johnson said he did not Vrtfiw, but "they passed plenty of tack to the hoys." Johnson declared that hackers of Oenoral Wood spent "around ino.ooo mi Qoorgta, while Ihe T.nwden sup portom spent only $20,000 " Clark L Hrler, former postmaster at AUffUgta, Ih.. was the "pay off man" for the Wood poojJllO le said, adding that c.rler grorkod under di rect ordern from Frank Hitchcock, (ormer postmaster general In Ihe Hoosevelt cabinet. Oeniocrats paid from $5 to tfi.000 for votes In flenrgla this year and "generally spent more money than CONTINUKl' ON PAOK TWO. THE WEATHER Tl'I.Na. Okie., lu'r -Me slmum. . mlnliioiin. (4. suiltli winds, psrtly clnuay I'M.AHOMA ANIi AltKANHAH rnilr anil Ss'ur4y sseerHlly ftlr KANSAS KU KiMay end Saturday 0S rfiit peaslhly unaefrld in sreatarn por tluii. not niurh changa la tampsratura. not having time enough to stop th" truck attempted to beat the truln across. The truck was knocked shout r0 feel. Miller a body was badly crushed and bruised. Death was Instaneoiis, resulting from a crushed brain. Ho was coming to Tulsa for sup plies. He la survived by a wife, Mcp. Msbel Millet, a father. J. A Miller who lives east of town, two broth ers. Andrew and Walter Miller both of this city and two ilgton, Mrs. F. A Handera of Tulsa ami Mrs. C. It. Murray of Wn hit.:. His wife was In Kansas at the time of the accident, hut will ar rive In Tulsa today. Funeral ar rangements have not been made awaiting bar arrival. Betterson Is Electrocuted; Protests Innocence to Last Slayer of Wife at Vinita Pays Death Penalty at Mc Aleater Prison Just One Year After Murder Shows No Emotion Second White Man to Be Electrocuted. M'AI.I'STltl, Okie . July 0 Moons' BOetOfOOO was legally elt-eti oiiclcl In lilt stale fielilen- nar hen- this aBornlna at uiiift for lie on, ni. i of his wife al Inlta, one ,itr nato Bottoroon walked from the daatk cell to I be ileal Ii Chamber and sal dOWtl In the OlOOtrld chair wiihnut atakoalngj Wkon asked by War don switrei ir he hoi anythlni to ay befote the ourroni was apiiiied, be said "Ot,ly that I am Innooanl end the stale of Oklshoma Is taking the life of en Innocent men." lletterson spent the two hours prior to his execution in the death call with Ilev. J D, Rogers, i hap. lain of the prison. He made peace with his Ood and asked the nhaplajg to read certain ggOttong Of scripture. When the time for hi- execution came and a prison guard asked him If he was ready, he arose and walked to the execution room with his head erect snd without showing ihe slightest emotion. Bofore going to his death the ehnplsln resd ifo Ihe condemned man the 14th chapter of Job. "for now thou niimberesf my step", dost thou not watih over my sin. IhOU shall call and T will answer Ihee" It, -Hereon was Mnviotod In Vlnlfa for the murder of his w'fc, who wns killed s year sgo today fleterson was resigned to his fate He was not cheerful today, hut he maintained a stout couarge and looked out on the world with clesr eye. There wns pathos In Ihe way he gned out of a small barred win dow above the front of his oell, wheie the drip of the rain could he coxWLrMEiT" PRESIDENT SOON Goes to Wash in ton to Hoi Conference Soon, He Intimatea. SPENDS DAY ON FARM "Pasture Club" Formed With News Writeni Plana to Reply to Hobson. DAYTON, oho, July s. - I'liuipg in - of h progldenil.il candidate io.eriior .'run M. Cox. the d'nl'l- i ie noml te for ,..-,....- . il ls af'.erilUtl on a fa i his l.,y- hrolllng lamb chopa ovei a camp fli. In a small ravine sonic distance from the old homestea I. His farm manager was with hint. Taking the Intrusion of the news writers goodiistiin dly he invited then, lo share the luncheon, hi.' find lug II would take some more pots tees, chops and saudwl, hen, ho sent one of his men to Middletown for an additional supply. Luncheon finally was served late in tho after noon. W lille the potaiocx woto o-istlng and the chops burning, the gover iioranswered many ques'beis con eei rilng his boyhood, which he spent on tho farm. He dlscusHe.il many phases of farming. At the governor's suggestion the ' I'.istute club" was formed, having for Its membership the democratic '.indldnle and Die score of news wiltrs iitol earner., mete Mihs Ma Jorle Vtllann of Cleveland, the only woman writer In the company, wai- un.tnlmouaty elected president aftet bolng placed in nomination by the governor. since he natrtrod 'he old cox homeslond two years ago. OovoraOF Cox Is fast trunformlng It Into a mode farm. liovornor Cox Intimated this eve rilog that he may mak icply to the telegram of an 'Irly Itlchard 1' Hohson. And Saloon league leader of Alabama. requesting that he mal e a definite statement soon of his position on enforcement of the federal dry amendment and con gressional action to modify the Vol toad act as to alcoholic oontent of liquors. It was also Intimated hy the gov ernor that he may go to Washing ton goon for a conference with I'res lihnt Wilson. Telephone conversa tions between IPeeretaiy Tumulty and the governor have been held during the past few days, It waa sahl The civic dcmonr'tratlon In honor of the democratic nominee will be held July ID. Interest now Is turn lie to the appr oa-hlng conference of Ho- democrat lo candidate with the subcommittee of the national son inlttee and Franklin D llotwe velt. the vice presidential candidate, which probably will be held Satur day. The governor will make no peaking engagements uriUl he has conferred with the committee Hun drodf of Invitations to make sddrees eg have been received Manv telegrams of congratulation! also were received hy the governor over night. Thev come from Sena tor Oweu and Core of Oklahoma heard, and now and then ths chirp of some small bird Al noun loday he Issued a written statement for the press in which he repeatedly dei lured his luocence He praised Warden Kred C Hmllhor, Aalslant Warden llarret snd OtherU with whom he came In contact He deolarad that he knew his enul . saved. HlR last words were: "Good bye and lnd bleee you ell" BeterOOII was placed In the death cell Wednesday snd the death watch started st midnight Thurs day The csinv.cted man talked freely of his sentence. It was exactly one year ago Fri day (hat lletteiaon Is alleged lo have killed his wife, at their home In vinita. From the lime he entered ihe penllentlarv November It, mid. he had ssld hut little of the Incidents which surrounded the murder and hla irlal. He placed the blame on his dsughter Hhe appeared se chief witness against him In a sensational trial. He often talked freely of a prev ious murder for which he served 10 years In the Missouri penitentiary snd was then paroled and later par doned fro,m a life sentenoe. Metereon was sentenced for life In the Missouri penitentiary In 1107 for the murder of iloain Hudson during an slleged drunken hrswl on Hie road between IMerce City and I Monett. lie claimed that Ihe woman si ruck him and he stabbed her to neatn. Me waa pardoned In April. lite, He waa 4 years old nd farmer hy occupation This Is the second time In the history of Oklahoma that s white man was ent fcg his neath in tun electric chair. Charges Husband Formed 3 Plans to Kill Ex-Wife r- WA8HINOTON. July Pre senting testimony to support her charge thst her divorced husband, Chester A Snow, wealthy pstent sttornsy of this city. Instigated s plot to end her life, Mrs. Addis Huhbiird, at a, hearing today In federal police court, outlined three methods she alleged he had considered. Mrs Snow told the court that Mrs Bdna Packer, private do tectlve, who with Hnow ami Hugh Milton Langdon, a chauffeur, waa arrested on a charge of being Im plicated In the slleged conspiracy, had confessed to her than one plan was to bring shout her fall from the lop of a high hulldltiR or i llff Another nili,l she testified, wan the administer ing of poison, hut both schemes, ehe charged, were abandoned In favor of a plan to drug her dur ing an automobile ride. The ma chine, Mre. Snow declared Mrs. Acker admitted, was then to he wrecked, making It appear that she had been killed In the acci dent. This was to have happened last Monday, according to Mrs Hnow Mis. Snow testified thai Mrs. Acker came to her home Monday and confessed she hud been hired hy Snow to help eune her death. For months Mrs. Acker had posed as her friend, she said, and bad dined with her on numeroue oc casions with government officials snd members of ihe diplomatic set here. Th" hearing will he resumed lo- morrow. Snow is being held on llO.lilin hall Red Fork Hoy Slumtn Self in Leg at fork Kliner Sage a Ited Fork bov In ! ghsrged a j.'-oulibor gun while1 plavlng at Parthenla nark yesterday arii it n, the ball passing through I ihH leg. The wound was dressed and i h" whs taken to Ited Kork by his olher brother nnd a playmate who re in swimming in t ai ineiiia laae i at ihe time of Ho- ejocldont. HOME SERVICE HELPS MEN Tuksa Iteal Cross Collevta IMol.SO anil llelpa Hohlicm' i .oi ii That money totalling tS.lSl.40 In mount waa collected for ex -service men through, 'he office of tho homo servli e department of Ihe Tulaa I county Red Cross during June Is one of the significant facta In the report for lust month made public, yeuter eervtcO secretary. Also significant i Ir the $166 lent to former soldiers; during the month. An Idea of tho scope of activities of the home service branch Is given In the statement that 8.1H9; families were dealt with during the specified period, (hat there were ft67 letters. 13 telegrams, 82 of fice culls, 113 telephone calls, and1 9i Information culls. Sava yaiir treea by has Ins tharn sprayad. Call Williams a Uar.ajr Nulsary, uaa(a Hit. GERMANY IS TOLD TO DISARM FORCE Cabinet Given Until To day to Accept Entente Plans. CRISIS IS REPORTED Teutons Meet, but Reach No Decision Private Negotia tions Under Way. SAY TREATY IS VIOLATED Germans Insist Demands Ex ceed Terms Given Until October to Obey. Hy Tha Aan. land Praaa. SPA, Helgium. July The Joint allied German conference on th terms of the peace treaty reached another crlUcai point today. Tho Hermans have until noon tomorrow to say whether they will accept th Frsnoo-llrltlsh plan of dlsarmsmetit. The alternative Is contained In th epcctflc threat that the allle will occupy Ruhr and other" territory If Germany cannot keep order. -The German cabinet, of which seven of tho nine members are here, held a meeting which continued from 1:15 o'clock this sfternonn until a". No decision waa reached and Ihe council ad)otirned until 9 to morrow morning. The prevailing vlew among th Germans wbs thst the allien had carried their demands, particularly the menace of ocrupvlna further German territory, much heyond any provision of the Versailles treaty and also thnt the allies are taking up an aggreslvn position not con templated by ny clause of th treaty. Ask Cabinet View. Ths silled dlsnrmsment note was communicated to nerlln early In the day at Chancellor Fehrenhnch' request, with the direction Ihat It h submitted to the relchstng and to the leaders of sll parries whether supporters of the government or the opposition. Herr Fehrenhach safced the view of the relchstng and the psrty lead em but snld the decision would rest with the cabinet nt Spa. Private negotiations are reported rnlng on tonight between Premiers Lloyd Georre and Mlllersnd on on hand and Dr Simons of the Ger mans hut this could not be clearly established. Dr. Hlmona left the cabinet meet, log before It ended It w-na snld he had gone In meet the silled prem iers. The final decision of the allies set, forth Ihat Germanv must- First Immediately disarm cer tain f ).. fnrcrs, including th security police. H.eond Publish s proclamation a-klng for the Immediate surrender of s'l weapone end firearms In 'he hands of ths rlvlllan population. Third- Aholtah Immediately com pulsory service Fourth--Surrender to the allies sll guns, srms and cannon which H posses shove tb llml' fixed hy th treaty of Versailles The allied decHlons disarmament read: concerning ir on October 1, th" German nrmv Is not reduced to 110 nno th alllea will proceed to occupy Her man territory In the nhur or anv piper part of German terlt-irv nd will not evacuate It until si! condl- I rr'""" c.greemer.t have been fulfilled ' ANTI-SAL00NISTS TO MEET S,v,h, sd m July IS to Drtcrmlno atUOgafa .hi Campaiurn. waayaaviLu, o, juiy . The aliunde of the Anil-Saloon league of America in the coming campaign will he decided In Columbus on July 12 at a mettinn; of the organization' executive committee, accnrdlns to announcement here today. The lea. gue has not yet issued anv statement with reference to lf attitude toward the candidacy of Governor Cox and Senator Harding, according to Dr. Howard II. Russell, founder and ae eoclate general superintendent of th league. (.mimic Ui I" Mrt. MEXICO CITY. July Oeneral Pablo Gonial OS will leave Mexico 'shortly for ths I'nlted Statea, He- cording to reports received by his , friends In this city. New York Life Insurance Co. Farmer & Duran RPKCI VI, AC.F.NT8 203 Panux- I'l l... Phono tst 1'