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THE SUNDAY OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER AVBRaOM WORN nf.t paid jiSEAn:26,704 VOL XIV, No. 288 'I n.SA, OKLAHOMA, SUNDAY, ,11'LY II, 1!'J0 PRICE 6 CENTS. OVEMENTS HU LIM FINAL EDITION TRY TO REPEAL OF PRICE WAR FUND ASKED Senator Kenyon to Take Steps to Withdraw Appropriations. SAYS MONEY MISUSED Too Much Attention Given to BooHtinK Cantlidacy of Palmer. DENIAL IS MADE BY FIGG Cost War Leader Declares Probe Charges Are Unfounded. 81 LOUIS, July 10. Repeal of the appropriation granted by the last congress to Ihu department o( Justice to f Iff li t Ihe high, cost of Ii viiik. ui uo demanded by gennlor Kpii:.cn on the. ground that It wa 'it ptimarlty to boo.t Attorney i a. Mitchell rslmer for the presldsnUsl nonilnatlon, the senator announced today, Ben itor Kenyon, chairman of the senate committee Investigating I'-' i i' ntlal campaign expenditures, which Is holding heatings here, said ho Wai convinced that "Utile of thin appnip'ut - n Actually will used to fight ih' iigh t ost of living." Kenyon on Vacation. Senator Kenyon will leave today fir Washington for aoveral confer -ncai whioh he Mild were "secret, but very Important." He then will Bo to Maine for a vacation, he ampli fied. Senator Kenyon has tcle graphed senator Pomorene and oth er mtmbttf of the committee In tun Francisco asking him to atop berg on hla way east and conduct the ... . i Sing of Ooltra and Pavl. senator romereno Ir not expected for aeveral days arid will act with Senator need and Spencer. tier, i:nr Kenyon pointed out t hut the investigating rommlt'ee was In structed ny congress also to lnvee tlgntc j. residential campaign expen diture by the republican and demo cratic nomlnes. C.i mpaigriV activities of Governor Cox and Senator Hard lag probably "would be looked loto," he pnld Money MlalUPfl, He rnld he felt convinced hy the tsilmorv presented beforejnthe com mittee that the manner In which the rtment of justice had used tha hurh i .i of living appropriation tad been a great mle'ise of public fui iln." The appropriation totaled 11 a half million dollars, Sena tor Kenyon thought. The senator's statements were made in an lnormal talk, to newspa per men. Among the witnesses today was Ml Annlu f. rti Meehan. stenog. nil In r -it the Missouri high cost of 1 roaUi was told of prcparina aV. ,t hne termed a "democratic pro watri to dcucate the peiple concem B) the third party." N I Mild she understood these pro.ii mis had been mallrd from thi ourea.! to ninny newspapers. Ursa itr.Mrs Mtoiu (itMu.rs WASHiUftlTONi July 10. Howard 1 :' I ipi Dial asjIMant to the attor ney general In charge of the high i living Campaign, Issued a tel ment today denying charges of .Minn Olivia Hrueggfman before the entc campaign Invualigattng om Iflltte at ta. Louis yesterday. Dial '' high cost of living campaign had oeen n.pd tp further Attorney tie-i-' Palmar campaign for the dem ocratic nomination for the oiesl aom:y. Mr, Flgg also denied that Mis artiriieman had been dismissed J'1' the Mlsao.nl high cost of llv tnipslrn bureau because she - republican. 'Mlej iillvla Prueggertian's state ' as rrported In the pi-ess dls- 1 s are absolutely faisn and noi ' upon farts In anv Instance.' g Mr Jlitrs statement. "Miss man was discharged by Mrs ' ate chairman fur alia f for Incfdoienoy and dls loyiriy." R ' 'rring to miss BruMurcman'i ' : ' ' - that high cost of living cum Paign has bevr. used to boost I'nlnier Wf I .anient, .Mr. Kigg s gUteroenl sain r- speaker hnd specific. n nruotlona before leaving lhat this " ' cunpslpn to redoco ihe hjgh r" ' 't living In the ln'erest of the lean people and that poll'Irs " 1 play no prt. In building up jnelr ortanltaUall and anpolntlng J' In 'he state to cany on the they v.ere told that they should oe iippor,t,.,i for effl.-lencv ahllitv . ' ling In tho community, re " ,s of their potlMral fnlth " New York Life Insurance Co. Farmer & Duran -"S I'aia.v lil.ig I'hono 151 Germans Obtain Coal Concession in Warm Session SPA, Belgium, July lO. Ger man repi eeen .11 1 i s presentation of their coal and economic alt Uatlon to allied representative today won for them further con cessions from ihe conference In afl agrtcment to have OWmM and allied experts consider the coal uut stion. It was another day marked hy forceful Language, the pending i officer, Premier de la Crola of Belgium, lniert utitlng Hugo gl lies, tt;iinan coal operator, In hla BrfMntatlon of Hie latuatlon, eyncn he referred to those, afflicted with tho dis. ii.se of victory." Both SUtuies and Otto Hue, president of the German miners' national asso. latlODi said the threatened Occupation of ttie Ruhr would only servo to st.-p production. Rtinnes said guch oc cupation might result Iti riot! and revolution and he denied tin- ac i racy of the allied figures on ii'r miii coal production. He said tlie dlplomata might order coal but only the miners could produce It. He advocated the six-hour day to Incfease the output, d. clarlng American, ltrltlsh and French miners approved this View After til- conference had turned over the coal problem to the ex perts. Dr. Walter Simons, Gorman foroign minister for the Grr.nan delegation, expessed regret that Stlnnes had spoken in a disagree able enannci blacu mg i i tlon, Dr. Simons said be would he able to announce the German plan ' v i i ed t thai German finances were critical and that Germany needed allied help. Premier Millerand commented that IMnncs' dtslaration had nalth r.rn oxii'i nor glen In a courteous manner. Ih nferencc will meat at B p. ni Snninv. Wire Flashes nr i,OT'ia. Juir to "Jim" ran. mui narriod f i tb" rtt'tnfKrutlr prriildrnllal I nomlnf, ilffiwtfrt 'llarfltinr," gry hori In a rare at a plrntr Tier Vatrrdn J. WASIITNOTON, July 10 KOTtmbU1 IK haa hcrrt riatorintncd upon mi 1 h for (hp flmt trir-filng; of tha aflnpnibly of (ha lr.tn ic tif nntl'infi. It wm tu day ; tha atate druartmcnt- WABHINnTON, July IO-Tha PolMh arovernmpnt ti tint leaving W.irmw. di olarrd Prlnra Caalmlr l.uhnrnli ykt. tha Pollnh mlntater. In a staternrnt today drnylns a report cab.'l from 0rm Sny yterday that It wua Poland In'.antton in mova tha aaat of rvarntnant from Waraaw. EATTT,K. ffuh., July 16 I'apt Ron ald Amundsen, noted NorwAtjlRn axplorar, now tn northern sthfria. In prannlng a new atiempt to renrh tha nor'h pola an.t will at art hla expedition aa nmn an he can reach Noma, Alaaka, to load anppllt-a. according; t Capt Kn.mnnuel Tonnaaun. a member of the Amundaen parly, who waa heia today en route to New York. CHICAOO. July 10 "A front call" Rarnpattfn la plannM by Ihe en-Maltaf party for luffene V. letfi ira preeidimtial nom inee, aocordlng to WIMInin N Kl'a ibaum. f1lrrtor of publtr.lt far the natlr.al oarn palfn. Mr Klrufinbauin aHli toil ay the party Intend 1 Mart prominent orinllst to Dctii' prison at Atlanta every month What 1 e1i haa in any will then be dlatrlbuted by the carnpalicn cummlt tea. OICi,AKOfA CITT, July 10 Oo J TJ. A. Robertaon and uther atatr? oftlclaJl who have been attnrllnpT tbi darQooratlo nt tlunal ronvetitlon at Ran Fmnciao are aipeotAd to arrive hare touiorrnw morn 11 u after an Bhe nre of thren w(..-i from the at ,r aoeordina to a telecram from tha rovernor received today by Joe tKHiU'D, tie eceieliry. NRW TORK, July 10 wRmh P. Pavl OR nil aecHpted the rhHlnt..inahlp cf -he "lulin rominlttee In the itrrny ttrid navy 4'hfB of Amarloa mavainanl r-i Mrvtoa rlub maniorral tu officer tUnd In the world war. Hear Admiral Bradley A Flake, president of tha Hub, anmoinrsd hare to day. Admiral William S Hlma will be hetlrntan of the navy commtttr-e. H waa ' tatad. BT LOriS. July 10. Senator Warren' 0 Jleirdiu the republican prealdantlal 1 nominHe, haa accepted an Invitation to 1 become a member uf tha proposed Amer ican Journal lute aeauciatton, beina foa tared by fit. Louis newapaper men Ouv. Jamee M Cot. the damoc i aile alandard bearer, alao h:im hern aaked to Join tha pi upuaru urKitiiw-atin Ba your tri bj havm them prnril Call Wllllsma llarvty Nur riv. ok 1144. Fugitive Banker From Kansas Caught by Louisiana Officers TOPTAKA, Kan, July 10. August Jatdlcke, jr., fugitive pres ident of I lie defunct Hanover, Kan., Itato bank, la under arn-st at 0n roVO port La.( according to Information received today at the stale banking department here. The rapture of Jaedicke con cluded a nation-wide search of seven treeka ll" ht linnuver hat less and coatloss, In bis atitomo hlle upon being Informed that his aink nad been ordered closed, on 'he morning of May 17. and drove to Healrlce, Neb., where he left hie cur and took a train I'.iaml nation of the bank's account re vealed a (bnitiiirr of f l0,oOu, the Omitting department rcportH poon after his departure a Ut ter ttra received from .lacdlrke by his wife, purporting to deerjribe bis losses due. be claimed, to loans on which he could not realize it 0ei levfuled that with In a few week he had sent large SEE STEEL TIEUP IN CAR SHORTAGE Mills May Re FDrced to Shut Down. Manufac turers Say. RAILS REFUTE THREAT Willard Thinks Situation Will Improve nnd Scouts Reports of Shutdown. MANY WITNESSES HEARD Interstate Commerce Com mission Hears Complaint at Capital City Hearing. WASHINGTON, July 1 0 A shut down of steel mills la threatened because of The car xhoriagu, lepie entatlvea of more than a score of sieel manufacturers today Informed the Interstate commerce commis sion. Daniel WiilarU, chairman of the advisory committee of the As sociation of Hallway BaocuUvoa, who also appealed, was euually Insist ent, however, thai any general sus pension uf Industry would be avert ed and that Improvement waa pos sible in the steel trade. "The steel mills are olOCkgB with products, many Oloaed and others will he before July 20 unless auaie relief can bo had." declared J. K. Townsend. spokesman for the steel men, who explained thai 28,100 car would be required to move 1,500. 000 tons of steel product awaiting shipment ggeMM t'cl I'p. Mr. Willard conceded that prectl oally evety space available for ator lltg steel wns In use, but predicted that the mills "can he kept going" by the shippers and the local car service committees co-operating In assignment of available cars. "I helleve there will not he any general shutdown of Industry," he declared. "The situation, I believe, will not get any worse, nnd 1 be lieve we can make It better'" Mr. Townsend and Mr. Willard were among the half score witnesses appearing at the closing eslon of the commissioner's bearing on pisisl bla modification of its order requir ing preference given coal mines east of the Mississippi in the assignment of open top nrs. No Indication of the C!ofAmiaIOnf probable action ni given sf ndjournment. Chairman Chirk announcing thst the question would he taken under advisement. GAS OVERCOMES FIVE Two PWibahly Denrl in Mine ReMnio Work l'.iiter WftdtfBgtMl Mine on I'm. 11. . Work. SKATTMC, Wash , July 10. rive men forming the mine rescue team of the Pacific Coast Coal company' mine at niajt Diamond were over come hy (ras today during a practice drill; two are probably dead and ihrei. others rescued In & serious condition wHI likely recover, accord ing tn advices received In Seattle shortly after noon. The men entered an abandoned mine for practice this morning and when they did not return rescue parti s were formed and three of the original party were found over OOme by t-oi Two others were still In the mine at 1! o'clock this morn lilt,' and It la feared they have suc cumb' d, Ueacue tegm have been sent from the government station and from surrounding mines. , THi: WEATHER TULSA (Ut July 1 0 Ma itrntim. II; mlhtninm en . truth wlmla, clear. OKLAHOMA Sonde and MumUy part ly cloudy AltKASflAH; Hund.iy and Irlcmdmy part ly rloudy. sums I., a (.'hlcsgo hank and Uieru were 1 1 id 1 1 nitons that I'aedicKe liud been victimised by ahutp deal er. LatAr a warrant was loaded for C. K Hhugurt of Lincoln, .Nob . alleging he obtained mi ny from the bank illegally. i IRRIUVBPORT, 1m.. July 10. Tho dihcn.ry of August I'aedicke, if., tit Aienandria. Uai and ins sen s.a. int arrest there was made poaalhll by meana of a letter In lereepted hen ind addressed to "Sam .lotiea." a name. It is alleged, wis Heed bv Jaedicke In deposit lpir funds ttr. the Qreal North fin r'tate bank of Kt laul. J. K Mereall a nephew of the fugitive, who was Miioioyed at the bank stated the letter wmtalned ae.'uri His an ! a Jotier to "Jones " la . lie according to report reachina here, will attempt to iin Ins fieedom cn a writ of habeas corpus and falling In this will relist extradition lo Kanaaa. Hcrydoll Reported Located in Xorth; A rrest Looked For C. lercifioll WA0HINOSUN, July 10. TtU wnr d'iai li'kt nt n n ived infui inu tlon toda ttUH Orovti !lvlnd imk1"I1 lial bwwftl locftttd tn thr tiortherii pnrt of tin nluntry and Ii thla tn format luji priv h to b- cor rto( hlH arrvnt la CMIMctwd Shortly jffLiu)ir, of ih' idpaVHtntnl de Cllntd to illsi ii-h thla report, ftuylnft I h In for mn t Inn nerniod it bp inorr ilitcrt nnd OlraunrUrtAlltlell ttian film II tr r!porH Jncn Dfflf doll'l fHt-apt from Ida hoov In PhtUdelpI in COMMITS SUICIDE BEFORE CHILDREN Carpenter Ends LifeVVith Razor at Home on North Hartford Avenue. CHILDREN VERY SICK Mother in Hospitiil Several Weeks Family Came From Indiana. Crying themaelves to sleep after they saw thnlr fatlor cut his throat with a razor, the two children of Walter Mansfteitl, found duad yes terday aflerpoon at his home at Iftl North Hartford avenue, failed to notify ueighboia ana as a reoull the body wan not dlacoveisi until three hours after the tragedy. Shortly before 8 o'clock neighbor entered the house and called coun ty officers to the scene. John w Burnetii deputy gherlffi ant-weted the call and upon investi gation learned from the children that their mother has been in a lo cal hospital under treatment for soma time, and that the father yes terday morning a few hours before his self destruction, took them to the hospital to visit the mother It was almost Immediately after their return to their home thnt the fa'al wound was self-Inflicted b) Mans field. Mansfield, SB vear of aire Is a carpenter hy trade. It Is believed that worry over his wife's condition la responsible for his act. When notlftael thai me two ehtl dren needed aaalatance, Salvation Army officers haatet ed lo i neigh' bor a store where the chil tj' n hud heen takn and fourd the boy, about 4 years or ae, snrr tIiik Icin high fever and the I year nlil girl also feverish On the way to the hospital where the mnthe Me ill tittle lltx Mild to Cornioar iant Ol T Johnson ".Mv mother got sick nnd ijjev tool her away in a car. Then riiyfithei in bis chin and they took hlni away in a car. too." It is thOUjgnl thai bo'h children have typhoid fever, The fnmllv removed here recently from Indiana. HUNT ELWELL WOMAN NVv. Om AppceW In CMM and Scot land Vird l Aakcd -lst in Murder sireh. NI.W YnitK, July 10 Scotland Yard was ealled upon today to aid In solving the mysterious murder here f Joeph II ElWell, whist eg pert, turfman and "Don Juan." After hav.ng followed in my fem inine tr.iis. apparently without aue-ct-, the authorities here turned to a nether woman of Klwel" acuualnt an. e. Her nanie waa not made public but it wss aid she had mei Hiiweii at I'.ilm Bed Oil and Miami lam win ter. Two reports were current con eernlng her: One that she wae a larire staife beauty, another that ahc had nerved na a nurse during th war and hnd been decorated by a foreign government fihe said to have tol.l a friend that Blwell sending her to England, Intending to foliow slater Her picture was found among the desd man'a effec s HARD NG TO GET oYneral Calls on Nominee to Pled-;.' All Aid Possible. CONFERENCE IS HELD Army Man Reaches Marion at Night--To Do Ml Du ties Will Permit. COOLIDGE TO HAVE HAND Senator AnnoUIIOM Ii1 Will Havt Governor at 'aiii.tt MMttngi if Elected. Wood Will Give Out Statement Monday MARION, Ohio. July 10. -"I hnd a very plensfint talk with Senator Harding." tlenetal IVuyJ said I. iter. "1 have no pet t il statement to make, but will glvo out a statement in OblCMO Monday I found the senator very generally sympa thetic with the poll, tes in which I Sin Inter." l. .1 I have already come out with my adheictiei to 'he party and tho nominee As a i republican i naturally "in support the party and nnitil nre." MAIHDN. Ohio, July 10. -Interest In the activities of Senator Hunting, republican preel lent lal nominee, centered In hi conference tonight with Major OenereJ. Wood, contestant for the nomination, who ailed to assure the senator of his support so far as compatible Willi his duties a an army ollicer. CteaereJ Woood did not reach Mai Kin until nearly 8 p m , and went directly to the Hauling home wherho had dinner with the llai 'lings This whs the first time Senator Harding and fjineral Wood had mal since the convention, but the gen eral. In a telegram congratulating the senator on Ills nomination and in a conference with National Chairman wm n. n.iv, had pit rately pledged his support to Ih" senator. (.els Italian Support. The senator luilay teceivedla let- er from the prwaldenl of the nn- I tlonal I tallan A m erica n republloan 1 league composed of more than lAtO.000 voters In which It waa de- loiared tue organisation would sup port him. , In order to benefit hy the tudg I ment of hla "chief partner" Sena tor Ha, ding announced today Ibai If he U elected president on the re I publican ticket tho vice president ! would be Invited to participate in ill cabinet no cloys This srnuld be I done, according tu the announce ment, for the purlins. of Lunging about "team work' between the president and Viae president whi' II Is the senator's view that It would bring about greater co -operation be tween tha executive and legislative departments. Country BsMJifftS, "Henator Harding believes," Ihe statemenl said, "the country vbuld greatly profit through this partici pation by the vice pi , M, lent In the oabinel oontereaoe of the admini- Uratlon, It not only would elevate the office of the vie.- prealdewt but would give to tho piesldent the sound oil . ne and able lUtslstntiL of his cWef partner In handling the natlojr affair." NEW HEADS SPEAKERS liMllaiiu leQgUor Ma.l. ( liMlnnaji of linn . mi rr lit MlbUt an CttlttpeUgBl UJ1 IK I AlllHHIIH d t.JIJCA(J ), July Id Itfpuhlt a: Miatldii.il (M ad'juart ra today an- jiiouin id that Senator Harry fc. n-'W Of Iiidluna will h'.iul thf Jti'publlcan tyunpatgii apaakatei' bureau Na I U'.nal ConinilttMinall Chairman H.ivN tfa thv out, iiif or MtJf'ifciriK ptUttN 'Thf fiptuiki'iH bureau vUI bi btuiit'd by I'nlti'd atatafl Hnuttfr Harry H Now uf Indiana aj ckuUr maa Hinator Hey tUrotad tbi KOQMVM oaWipalgll In llt'Jt front wi'Mi'i ii httdiuartM-a Aaoc'l'il w. ti him In haiK f thf uftt-rn dlvkrtoQj with hHluartarg In Naw Voik nil be CunifraMman Thnoia il M0' i if IflHarf. fc&titfrn mtn- i0t r for Qaaral Wood, tn ih- pn uti vc ntum f impaiK'i l'(ngrH-inari J VV. fjOOd of fow;i ' hairntatl of the approprlatlona torn- nUltee of tbi ROIJM will be In oharivt f (he WMtOrn dlVtaiOsl hi-nduar- tora OblcAgo. All thae nti) win itivf all of thtlr (line to the worbi with a full OOrpi of (U'NiataritH. The ipaaklna oanipalaot of the Mf notorial untl eoni;i aaa tonal erm. mlttooi havi baati oonMlidatOwl with the national oorAinlltaa'i worli ami tefcart will b out one apoaker'a bu reau. ' Confessed Slayer of Wife. Is Held on Murder Charge Carl Wanderer, Former Army Lieutenant of Chi cago, Held Without Bail Admitl Planning Murder of Former ChOfttl Singer arid Fake Robbe'r Latter Son of Millionaire Turfman. CHICAOO, July 10. Curl Wan derer, formei army lieutenant con fessed slayer of IW0 pel sons, one of whom as bin wife, a pretty choir singer, and Hie Other a man with whom ha had plotted to lake her life, today was in 1 1 held Without bail on a cm ii go or murder by a . oi oner's Jury The iakKd stranger whose body has been um I aimed elBod the crime, nearly three weeks ago. waa de clared to he Al Watson, former Canadian soldier, who was said to have toltt acquaintances he waa the only son ot a millionaire turfmag living In New Vm k Tho Identification was mads by Mts. Catheilno Van, is of Chicago, who said she met Watson In l ulka tOn. Kngland. while he was a pa tient ut the Manor House Hospital New Vork diaputi lies mild police recalled that last (May en Alexander I Watson had bsM reported miss ing by his wife. The mini later was reported to have been found In Peterson, H J . but police were If aorani of Ms whereabouts. Wanderer today plaoed blame for the tragedy on his familiarity with fir., arms In the army, his roving temperament and hi nnoU(ion with his father's butcher shop. Planned in obi BlooA "I planned the Whole thing In cold blood lieciiise I decided that was the only wiy I could do 11 and get away wMh ll," he said. "The thought t killing n parson not so repugnant to me us II might COX WILL ACCEPT LEAGUE POSITION .Stands on i'luttorm as Adopted, Friends at Dayton Announce. FIRST SESSION TODAY Nominee to Meet liitekers in Initial Conference Sreit Roosevelt on Monday. Ds4VTON, July 10.- ni fiiai round ol political oonforoneoi iwoan party Laadan ami UOvornoi t'ux looking, forward In peiteolmn ol cam pa lan piunef w.n hnvih toinorroiv Mil b LTia 'i i 1 1 v.i I f t om Kaet Ki m Ih 00 of Judge i'. T. Analierry of Waah Inatoni D Judge Anaberry will bring fb at -hiir.d lnfirmutlon of the convention ami piottamy will dim t? N inal 1 M inting, to r-ampaign man gam tat It in gcrifiallv fxpetied Judgf Anabei ry will play an important tola in t h campaign ma miK f ment aa b ih a biHf a n ml of Governor Cox, iM-Ing a former iiablenl of the ata( , :ii I iim f't Ihe Oblol lb ut.ma'iUi of K. II. Moore, the govrrnor a pro 0OQ van tlon manager at tBi 0OBon Uon. ' M " i . i , the gtvti nor will have iiU fliat meeting wllb Kianklin Ir ' .! at the eaerutltfo offlett In jC'olnmbua While the meeting pi I Imarily will bv for tSOHAngt ol lelb I Lit lone, an exchange uf view a t.u j'tmpulgn plana are exp"etl i OoVarnor 00l baa UaiUOd no atatt j merit of hie poaltlon on thf b-aguf I df nationa i,,u it Mid loday hi I probably would make nono prior u I li It njierrh of aerptnnee, lr wmn M'atf il, however, t ha he la in per- feci aecurd with the denmeiatn platform det lni ntlon aa r-preeent il nv the following eta term nt, "We advorate Imnifllate rat If t ration tf Ihe tre -ty without i m i vnllona. which wmjld Impair Ita ee Hentl.'il Intt-gtlty. but do R0t 0PPO aoatptaaM of any ruervatloiH iiiiik 3' k ebaror tit mot- efn-t If Ic the oh LlleaMnna of tn T'nlti-l Htulew to t In jaagut of nationa." Thf povornor atatad today he eon side ted the de nmci at If pWt f r rn a prr)mleafry note tO lb' opt and that it waa up to htm to rfjdetm 1' I At tile pro pond OosoRootovoll laonfaronoa ll la agpaeted the leagut ut natjona will be dlarnaeed. I Onvem r fox la making a atren luOUl gffort to gff eff iirn In ahapt 'iijre t that he may return to the lafaeuUre offtco ll OolurAPUi Mm i day mofitlnfl iiif povomor! paptoa frtondi r I plaad with the prortpf eta of hi rn ngrryinp lb Barnpalfri inimediaf- ly Into I hi wTaatam Itatag anil the I I rjiove itirh a plan w in ba nnprovod v the notional oommlttag tltay d ' 1 1 hOwaVOI 1 1 aaa tilt govern r r make a HgaroiUI ' arnpalg i hi hia home at ale, though fhy prXlfagg to I aaa In the aoal a fa I tllo field for mmooraoy Fin DcstrnifH Hundred Houhch in Gtobtt Ariz. Aria . July 10 Plru PWapl Grovrp canyon, near here, late today deMtroylng more than 100 hOUgea atid rendering an many fam lag bomoIrM The Hra waa cauaed L an ovii healed aluve. be to niest person because of my SXpsrignca In my father's butcher shop, a map In a butcher shop get so closely cniialnted with blood that he loses his aversion I to It. "Then In the IMf 1 had prec unei! a great deal at largel ahont : log nd beeaine too wall acquainted with flieairu. and I learned lo love Din ' else army Uf. above everything "In addition my nam e.t me ! forth correctly I am a Wanderer and a rover. 1 hale to be tied down. J was not Intended for married I life Willi these Influencea working In my veins the step from discon tent tn what 1 did wait a abort one 01 .'ours I a n suiry, any sane man would be, and I em sane, tut that j doesn't help matter. II loved my wlfk In spile of what I have done, I loved her too well to desert her and leave her with mem : OliOS of a ruined romance to keep ' her company during the rest of her life. i "I decided the easiest way out was I fo kill her Most man, after doing that would have been sleepless and haunted by vision at night, f , wasn't I slept like a top ami didn't have a single dream that 1 can re member. "I'm sorry had to kill that other hup. bnteil was afraid he would iqtteal. Killing him didn't On any good, for I did not have presenite f mind enough to remeinlwr that ((iN'riNtiKi) on rann two. Get First Flowing , Wei I in A rkansas; Continue Drilling HTKPHF.N, Ark.. July 10, The first and only flowing oil Well In Arknnsns, the Hunter well, three miles east of Htejihens, was brought in ysggrdgJT end rapped loduy by the standard (III com pany. Kept euefltllllvea f the company said today that the drill hud not penotruted the cap rook and that their theory Is I hut the nil Is flowing Into the well through a erevloo In Ihe rook. It I putiined to continue drilling until the sand below the eap tuck Is reached. It was said, In the hope of bringing in a gusher. Xhg present flow from the so ralled grtViOS well la estlmuted at liiMi barrel a day. New Unit Ihe Hukderd 'HI tOHl SSVay would inuko Its leSt waa spre.ul hi o.i ilc.'ist and oil men from nil over tin country were flecking into town today. "SHOOTER" DEAD FROM EXPLOSION Ed Williams Reported Killed While Shooting an Oil Well. Kd ariUsama oil well "shootsr." employed py ttie Central Torpedo company. Of Tulsa, was reported In stantly killed late yesterday after noon while preparing to shoot a well on the I'rulrie ml k fjas cuuipany'a lease near Jennings. (miy meager informatlMi could b obtained from the Torpedo com pany's lor.il ofllie Theie even ap peared to be some doubt thai Wil liams was the mun Rilled, ujthough It was known ut the ofilOSS that he bad drlvin tow.ud JeiuilrigK to shoot a well. I.'rorn this Inforooitlon It appears that Mflllismi had prepared the shot and was lagforlng It into tho hole when an unexpected rush of ga came up. blew the shaded shell aga)nt the rig, the contact causing the erplosmn. Ihe explosion, company only a few months, but was regarded as .in expeiienoed shootet Telephone communication with fcnnlng was very ineir yesterday. and Information from that source could not he obtained, Officiate of ' company went to Jennings Immediately gftsr the ac cident and could not bo reached lust night. Call Refunett to Quit Minnouri Chairmanship HT. LOUIS, July 10 w I, Col j today announced bo would not re i sign as uhulrmun of the republican State committee. The utiiiouncemeni I followed the request of the commit i tee appointed at the recent republi can mass meeting at gedaUg that ' he unit his post and thai he malts !u decision on thu reijuust uf thu 1 sommlttsgi WRANGLE MARKS OPENING SESSION Iliviflinna nf Mnmornno Groups Are Sharply Brought Out. FOUNDATION IS LAID S i agl ft Taxtra M eet With 48'ers at Chicago Labor Party to Start Today. STLL TALK LA FOLLETTE Senator Withhold Word Un til Movement la Organized; Others Mentioned. MADUIC. uk juiT ii. Hn " 1 ' Kohrt M I n Pullet la not eixpflcttitd to rlva hU word In th third party m.Utr today. Robart, Jr., iiuiy Lo his, taLhor, and Gilbert K. Hoa, Naw York ary, hava g-ona to Ciilcago to watch tha third pArty movamant aet under way. Thoa wlio hava oonfarred with tha acnator aay ha will not i' .ul tha party If It la brokan up nnd not tu full aooord with Inn" platform. CnnCAQt). July 10 Foundation stones were laid for a now party on which tu unite all third party move mania when the committee uf 4S and the single- lax party Joined In their first national convention to i,' aft a plutform and pick nomlneea who, they hope, will win the eup port of ten or a douin liberal or gsnltlnne. The first day'e cession, devoted to keynote epeeche and organisation work developed as many different vlewe as there were faction repre sented. Hoi. s resolutions and nomi nation for permanent official were debated and at time acrimoniously. The temporary chairman, J. A. H Mopklna, head of tha committee of II. maintained order with difficulty. Pt VleiOn between llhernl and rnd loa elements was brought nut la the nilcu debate when Swinburne Mule, New York, snld the state dele, gallons were divided "lit per cent liberal and 40 per cent radical " He waa pleading for a change that s-otild prevent radical being out voted by the majority liberals, but hi ilea was losL Klncln Tnacra May Bott I'artlclpatlon of the eingle taxere in today convention folluwsd an earlier session at which they decided lo present their platform demanda and vlnwa on candidates. Thajr are uuuersioou to pe willing lo accept either Charles li. Ingersoll. waloll manufacturer, or Ajiioa Hnohut, a leader of the committee of II, fur presidential nominee. They are op l"ed, leader say. to accepting llubort M. La Kollette, favorUo prVsldentlul candidate of the tn'cr and may bolt and esleut their own it ' jl i ..ii.-'!'. la nominated. I'etermlnatloo of the eingle las ers' course was declared to be con tingent on three thl-igs: Ftret, tha platform, whkxh, they said. mut include a hl,4i. tax plank; second, the candidate, and third, the name of the party. The party name promises to de velop a fight Members of tha sin gle lax group want some reference to ineir name Incorporated. Tho luboi party of the United Bute whose oonveutlon gets under way to 'ii "i iow, la willing to join the third party movement, and probably will ic ept l.a Follette as a candidate, but demands that the word "labor" be Included in the party designation. ( oiiimlltco Organized. As organised today the cumraittca of convention numbered Mi ac cieuued delegates, with a maturity of ITS reunited tu nominate. The ill, Hiii'Mleil. In addition to the 4 era end single timers, fraternal delegate from the .Son-Partisan lTue, Triple Alliance of ihe North. ''. i'-ii en .' National Council. Peoples Money liague, the i'ro ilU' ere' league, the Consumers' , and aeveral other orgaalxa- iienM The ourmnltteo of 411 em braces well known liberal lenders. some of whom were prominent !t ni" nun Moose movement, l'he com mlllre was formed last year at Bt. LoUll wllb a member of each atate.' While delegate delisted rules and resolution toduy their committee QPntintlSd negoitatlons with the la lr party There was email hope that the fusion plans could be com pleted before tomorrow night, fol lowing the opening of Ihe session of the labor convention, when John I'ltzpattli k, president of tho Chicago Federation of libor. will deliver the keynote speech for labor Both con ventions expect to be ready Monday o fttke up and complete lo oo day their platforms, which, It is expect ed, will be about Identical. Only two names, so far as known, will be pre. seined to the labor party for consld. eratlon a presidential uo;iilnen, senator a roliette and Kr.mk p. Walsh. Kansas City, former ehslr matf of the United States Induitrlal relations commission and leader of the Krlends of Irish Freedom. J. A. H. Hopkins, national chair man of the comml tee of 41. told the delegate In opening Ihe eonvon. tlon that they "were here to strlko tho shackles of slavery apart" and, CO.NTINLUU ON 1'AOB TWO.