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RELIABILITY CHARACTER ENTERPRISE
OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER
t FINAL EDITION 1
VOL. XV. NO. 51. TULSA DAILYVORLD, FRIDAY, NOV. 19, 1920. 2-1 PAGES. PJICE 5 CKNTS.
DEATH TRAP FAILSjMorc Stories of
n AT in f?n .Inmns Out of I
r,;,. A.,..fmnnf IThousands
us Two Open Fire.
JAKE 6 SHOTS AT HIM
Martin Hides in Shrubbery
Until Robbers-Leave; Pis
tol Shots Fire Draperies.
SAME TWO HOLD UP MAN
"Daredevil" Emerson Relieved
of Money; Descriptions of
Two Victims Similar.
lto Martin, well known Tulsa
porttinian nnd owner of Polo's liar.
12 litst Third, owes Ills life today
i to quick thinking, qulqk acting und
poor tnarKmuusnip on m
unidentified men who, It In believed.!
.aid a trap for Martin nnd who
opened point-blank ffro on hltiij
from the bathroom of hl Istchelor
apartment located abovn till gu-last-rrf.dclire,
413 t-ollth Ci.rln
nan. the .Instant ho stepped Into th"
1 ivlns room upon Ills return homo
from Ilia plnc; of business ubout
inninltiht lust night.
One of thii two men, whom Mar
.n drscribed ns'Otio bolng Mil and
heavj and the other Bhort und
fhunky " fired six phots nt Mar
in, through a partitioning curtain
from a distanco of ubout 13 feet,
none if which tool; effect.
Tump-. Out of Window,
bullets banged and crashed into
tlic doar, nil about lilni. against
which Mnrtlti stood. Stiirled nt
firs;, lie dithered his ("haken senses,
iimncd backward -shimming" tlu
door and then leaped out of a near
by window to the ground, IS feet
rent'U'ti. Oneo on tho ground h"
lild behind sonio shrubbery.
Foon nfter Martin had stationed
lilmsilf behind a small bush, two
men, one rather tall and tho other
Unfitly smaller, run from the front
doer and iltiwn the alley. Smoke
vomited from tho door tho men
had left open nnd investigation dls-
!ot:ed the rurtaln oti fire. The firo
department wns called by neighbors
who liad been awakened by the
shots The small blazo was
tutor Is llt-.Iiit'kcd
Police officers who had arrived
in ears made a circle of the block
in an altemnt to rutch tho pair, but
no traco of the two men coum do
lion ever, auout live ininuies
the fire was extlnffulslie.i. .ruiuv j
i.merson, .lorni -uareuovii m
ana uing-waiKur nrrivcu i "";
cine ami announced tnni no n.iu
iu t'een hl-lacKcu. ins iiescr i- I
non ..r tun roimcrs imucu
Ilmormin said that Just as he
roiwd the alley on fourth, he- j
v.ecn Licirou anil i.igm. i"
iriipeu oil' " "" " ",v
voini in wnicn. i.iiii'iaun
torced to hand over his money.
about $23. nnd a watch. The
smaller of the pair. Kmerton said. I
toeit a little to one sltlo wttn i"
hands In his pockets.
1"Uro officers were hastily placed
( 'Uroughout the neighborhood nnd
.n hour of search was Instituted for
lio n urauders .but no traco of them
'imlU be found. '
Hid in Until Tub?
A (.earch of Martin's huusw te
vcalcd that tvo men had been stand
ing in the bath tub, officers say.
I'oli. p expressed the opinion that
'1ns uas the location of the men'
whin thry tired upon Martin. Till
houke had been ransacked but Mar
tin b,i j, last night ho had not been
able o make a check and sco if
anything had been stolen.
Several theories of thu shooting
'n advanced. Pollco officials
ihff. rea. It was thought that
riei, '.es of tho sportsman had sta
ttor, l thennelven In his homo and
tniripted to "get him." Another
theory was that house prowlers had
fard Martin's approach and wcro
Attempting to prevent their dlscov
ry anil capture. It was also thoubht
roit,,. that hl-Jackers had entered
Marti 8 home for tho purpose of
robbing him and were surprised.
Kmerson wild the men who held
him up woro no masks. Martin
iit tnko time to tak a guod
ook ho s.nd.
RECOVER WAR STAMPS
Orflcors TuUo Man Am.ttvl
Willi $1,000 Worth of W, S. S.
, Hid In Pockets.
After hU arrest In Kapulpa Tues-
unregistered War Savings SUmps
er found In His cent, Joo Edwards.
'K'Xril (lope fiend, wa broug'u o
.'I"1 """rduy afternoon, mugged"
at the police station and then turned
Jv to federal authorities, lie Is
'"ing held n the city Jail pending
officers acllon of tUo Kvernment
Kdwards was arrested by the Fa
JiTi police after a taxi driver had
rl rted to the officers that he had
just brought a "rpteer" acting man
Jom Jenk. When arrested K4
ards was intoxicated and refused to
''' loiter ho atserted that ho nl-
1 Carrloil all hla mnnpv with
Hn li-.il ti inr. unrtl, r W
S and $505 in currency.
,., ., . Ine Orltntal Itu.
II , V'S$ f noilio.un. KUhum
" i Htby. i,a v m, t0 (jja p, m,
Indicted N. Y.
Related by Many Witnesses .
Paid Into Hands
of Brindcll by Threatened
One "Victim" Tells of Hrin
dell Agent Roasting of
Protection and Power
NHW YOIIK. Nov. IS. While tbr
Joint executive commltteo Investi
gating "tlio building trust" was
hciirlng further testimony today to
gnrillng alleged Kraft payments to
Hobcrt 1'. Urlndoll, president of the
building trades council, tho grtvcl
Jury strengthened lis Indictment of
esterday and ndded another, chant
ing tho labor leader with extortion..
After iloadlng not guilty to thu
amended indictment alleging at
tempted extortion of $25,000 nndAhu
new charge, nrlndell waa granted
Ills liberty on tho J 100,000 ball Jur-
The new Indictment charged Hrin
dell with extortion, In that ho ro
eelved $500 from Louis .1. Cohen,
a house wrecker, on July 15, In con
nection with a demolition Job.
More AcciiMi Mini.
Wbllo Hrindell was lilisv pleading
In thn rrlmtnal courts building, tin'
b'glHlatlvp commltteo In the elly hall
heard witnesses, testify to tho pay
mnnt of more than .$48,000 to tho
labor lender for wrecliinp Jobs nod
piotectlon against labor troubles.
Of the witnesses, Albert Illrsko
wltr headed tho list, having declared
he paid $25,000 to Urindell to pre
vent a "rumored ntrlke." Then came
Oeorgo Alwell, one of thn city's lead
ing demolition contractors, who said
hii had paid J 17, HO for Jobs anil
Xleman Klomposs. a house wreck
er, testified to giving Urlndoll $ 1,000
for "getting mo men" and arranged
for "protection from trouble" of
Frank Hilton, nnther contractor,
which he said cost $1,500. lln said
ho also paid $200 for "prlvllcgo
card"." in order that his men could
work. Txiter.Vlomposs added, ho
gave 1.000 to a partner. H. Hlogel,
to bo given Ilrlndell to prevent In
terruption up of work.
"In" With Authorities
Joseph If. Ooldblntt. building and
sheet metal contractor, testified he
paid $2,000 to Ilrindell's agents nt
ho request of the labor lender to
linvn a strike called off on an alter
When he said ho threatened to
fight the Hrlndoll num. Ooldblntt
(K-rlart-cl Mr. Pike, a'walking dele-
..0(, MH far nR yo ,ko Wp mV()
pot u1 I)r0lf,,.t(On wo want. We'
lmvo got tlm district attorney and
inP pollco force with us,
"Why. my dear bov, ho says." con
tlnuocl noldblntt, -your amount Is
HO KMln tnRl tt (nnot be seen.
What are you burking about? be
ays. Wc lmvo about 150 on tho lint,
ranging from $20,000 to $50,000
nml nolioiiy makes u howl like you
Mini to givo up. we nre sorry wo
evet tackled you
llylnii uml I'nti'rmex'r rlosli
Tho hearing of tho graft testimony
was In peaceful contrast to tho un
usual disorder that had marked tho
proceedings earlier In the day when
Mayor, llylan was on tho witness
N'veral tunes the henrlng was
brought t a halt vwhlle the mavor
and Kamuel Untrwieyer. tho turn
mlttee's counsel, Indulged in per
The mayor" nnd Samuel ITntcr
meyer, committee counsel, clashed
continually, the former chnrglng
that he wus helng made the victim
n political attnek by Mr. rntermeyer,
benator r.ockwoort. tho chairman,
reprimanded Mayor Xylan a num.
her of times and reuestrd that the
Th'o trouble started when Mr. Un-
termyer ouestloned the mayor ro
giirdlng tho city's connection with
the building union.
When Mr. I'ntremyer Insisted that
Mayor llylan answer Ills question
the mayor said:
"I know something about tricky
"Yes, and T know something about
tricky mayors, retorted Mr. unter
' Produce or Shut X't"
".Now. anything you hnc got on
me, produce nr shut up." shouted
the tnuyor, pounding iris lis, on tin
When Henntor I.oc kworirl asked
Iho nuoor to keep in order, Mr. lly
lan sand Mr. 1'nteriover was making
"a political football" of tho com
mittee. NAME LEAGUE VICE CHIEFS
Inhli of JnNiii (.els ljir'i-v NiiiiiIkt
of Vnti'' of An) Candidate.
Ilv NHWTON C PAIIKK.
1 N. H. Hlaff ri,rrfiiir.dm
OKN'KVA. Nov. J - The following
stateemen were today elected vice
president of the assembly ot the
league it nations
Ui. Ui.tavla, of Hraill was elected
government of ('zecho-Slovakla; Vis
count lshll of Japan; Or. Pueyrrcdon
foreign minister of Argentina: Dr.
Karnebeck of Holland and Hir J, .
Foster of Canada.
Ail were elected on tho first ballot.
Tho Japanese statesman received
the Urget number of voles.
Dr. Octovta. of llrazll was ele ted
a lice president on the second ballot.
The ctmml'ten on world disarms.-
inenV began Its session behind closed
doors til l.i afternoon A separate
secret session was held by thu com
mittee on nianditea.
Plane Carrying Nine
Is Relieved Lost on
Oversea Havana Trip
II W X , I H. n air-
plum- luirjlng Its captain, six
NfTimi'i-s, pilot mill nici'hiiiilr,
which left Ui j V-t at l::tll this
altt'i iiimim for Unwind, oitllmiilly
u !io iiilnnti' trip, has fulled to ar
rive ami fciir. urn ciilci-tuliicil
h"r Its afi't. guvctiimcnt
submarine li:icp lias li t t Id v
Wi'l ill M-iUfli of tlic iiiIh-Iiu
Aii'i. riling in iiieagcs iv
(citiil liy the ion 1 1 kii i ihlcli
iiM'iati's the missing li)ilii.ili.
jilin c, the caiitaln or the fcn-.i-bi
at I'm mil, ri Miitcil p.iN-Ing
tin: cnift 'M iiiIIin Miulli or KiiiiiI
Hoy at ."i ii'i'loiU tlil. atlciiiisiii,
Use of Drives in Glass
room Draws Griticism
i on School Heads.
City - Wide Teacher - Patron
.Society Considered to
Sever i rlticlsm if not outright In
llgmtllon is manifesting tti"lf among
school patrons, teacher-patrons- as
socatlons and even in the faculty it
self, because of the adoption again
of the ptnctb'i; of using the schouls
ror the, collection of funds nliu
Ilurrvil Ijist Year.
It is reported that there is almost
a rontlnuanco performance along
this line, notwithstanding thn an
nouncement of the supurlntendelit
and board a year ago that henceforth
tho schools nnd llm school orgnntzn
tlon would bo (.unfilled to straight
educational work and that drives and
propaganda, of all klndi would hu
Members of the faculty. In tho
schools hero for the flist time, some
of them coming from tin north,
privately complain bitterly that so
much of tholr time is taiiin ror sucn
work. They assert that Tulsa is In
a claFH ly itsoir in tins respect ami
that as a conseiiuenci class work rur
fern from neglect, entirely too much
limn liHlmr reiinlred of teachers for
various activities distinctly outside
the purview of Hchnlnstlc purposes.
Two Drives In u Dav. I
ftecently In a Finglo day tiachers
have called on classes to ' nntrlliute
to the memorial drive fund. tho
iiinntv stocking fund and the lied
runnel, nml it In rationed mi exi ni
Innl autnnrity mat a nine wnu- nun
li U.-HH ntiiitlier IicIl'Imiii iclief drive
lilKK.illsfact On with the lunuuoi
iif the MchniilH in tin respect is in
coming general and it is reported
Hint ii. tiiitnin's nriMhizattnnn will
soon he launched into win n win m'
nvll,l ii 1 tiarents of the entiris euy
tho nurnose helng to imt niilv keep
In Intlmill.. if.uch It h tile Inside con
iluet r,r llm H. hunls lull to bring
about necess'iiry relorms
Can't llamFlu Twice,
French Exmrts Aver
PA It IS. Nov. U Kui I her proof
urnm 1. ilv.i II cell tOllllV by 1 110 I' rOHCIl
acadirnv of medicine tending to
ilimu that nersons ntn suffering
an atlacl; of inflti'"'i ' Immune
from furthor attaegs. rroi. v-.
Dopter. head of the spei UUst el nl:
at Val lb (irace In.iital has Just
completed tests bearing out this
A oluntBer patient. Inrioeulated
with "flu" germs rapidly developed
all bvniptonis of the ills. use. I'por
his rocovery, a hpci.imI In lection ot
germs was mnde but tlie patient
thnw off nil III elfe. t The man's
system bad appirem h n so lli
noculated with millions r.f OobiI
germs tlint live ones , ni, d not bo In
troduced. Slaiifhtcr and Green
Planned Freedom Dash
U Jury Said "Death"
l.lTTI.i: It'if'K. Ail- . Nov, 18.
Tom Hlaughter und Kulton Uin.
convlited today nt Hot Springs
for the murder of Deputy Khrlff
How Hrown of that city lust
month, and sentenced W life Im
prisonment, had madi) prepsra
tlons for their i scope tonight If
tlw verdict had provided for
their execution, according to tho
guards who hi '.oinpanled them to
the state penitentiary hern to-
"'" . ...
The two men were brought to
Little Hock In n motor truck un
der guard of a detai.htnent of tho
Pin" Uluff rnachlno gun company
of tho Arkansas national guard.
According to members of this do
tachmtnt Hlaughter handed ono
of his guards a handful of short
lengths of luuksaws when th
bandits vnm rtlurnud to tho Jail
from thn i-ourtronm this afternoon
with the remark that "we would
not hkvo spent another night In
jail If tin- verdPt had been
Tho saws were distributed among
officers and newspaper eorrcs
ondent8 an souvenirs.
MILLION - A - YEAR
pi ace mere id
ULttOO LUOLO ft
Hul U. S. Taxable Income'
Gains Above Two Hil- i
lions in 1918.
4 MILLIONS PAY- TAX
Nearly 40,000 Wives File Sep.
arato Returns; "Middle
I ONLY 10 PEfl CENT IN SOUTH
i Texas Leads in This District,
Virginia Second and Okla
homa Ranks Third.
Paid Income Tax to
Uncle Same in 1018
HpeclHl to Th ('oi it
WAHIIINliToN, Nov. 18 Okla
homa paid n total of $7.f,l'.i 2ft(
in pori'.mnl Income tax In HUH In
thn Interiiiittonnl revenue bun an.
anutincud todiiv. This sum dues
nut Include the returns for part
nership and Incorpoiatlons. hut
Is what the men and women or
Oklahoma puld as personal In
comes. llow the long arm of Hie gov
ernment has reached out and Is
making thouimnds of additional
men nnd women pay f. the war
and tho high cost of government
Is shown by the fact Hint tli.SlS
men ami women or Oklahoma
In personal Income lax In llilf
as compared with . 2.539 In l'.Mii.
Oil men, bankers, fnrmftrs, dor
tors. employed young men and
women and Vven house servant
were among the Oklahomans who
WAKIIINOTON, Nov. IS - Des
pile tho loss of "i members of the
country's million a year Income
class, tho tumble income, of the
United States Increased 4 it ;,i6
moro than $2.372,000',000 us com
pared with 1917, nccofdlng to tho
ineomo statistics Issued tonight by
tho bureau of Internal revenue. In
como reported for 1918 amounted
to $16,024, 63l),lllG tigulnst ubout
$12,700,000,000 In 1917, though Hi
ppi-suni filed returns for Incomes
of $1,000,000 or over In 1017 and
only 07 In 1918.
Petsonnl returns filed dining
1918 numbered 4. 425,1 14. and tho
tax, both normal and suitax,
amounted to $ 1 . 1 U 7 ,7 2 1 .83 5. tho
average tax for each Individual be
ing $254.85. As compared with
"I'M?, a irrowth or u3...i ws snown
In the number of returns filed
iru iease In the. total tux
2:S,SSI. . ,
Iteturns for incomes of from
tr.nn fiou to S 1.000,001) wero fllud by
17S persons, while 1.510.9SH
sous filed returns for Incomes
from fl.niro to $2,000
The largest tux, stuountlng
til'? I9K Kf.r. was collected on
coiik's from $50,000 lo $100,000 with
$ 1 42 4 tS,79 collected on Incomes
from $10,000 to $25,000 next. In
comes between $1,000 und $2,000
Many Wives "Kick In."
The number of wives filing sep
arate returns from their husbands
was, 35.942, the In- oine reported b
lug $33,218,719. Of thn Industrial
hum which Income was do-
-i.,.,i ,,L-riciihiiriil and relatyd
lorries led with 372. 33B
renreseriling a total net
Inentne uenven irom iioi.uiiomo
for the yc-ui was . -Hints
and loyuHi's paid $3i.i.C7.t.-
COfi; Interest on noniis. noieo, eu.,
In, ludlng fiduciaries anil lorriK.i
sources 11.402.4815.661 und dividends
Soul II l.ngs iH'iiiim.
The l southern stales, Alabama.
Arkansas Florldit. neorgin, jyi.ui
tanri. MlShls-lppl. North and South
,.....ii.i . r ikijiioiiia. uniiumi'-
.r..v. i, .,,1 Virginia, nan u iuii .
4R3.890 pciscnai income ri""
of 10.18 per n'lit ' " c"i'".V
...i.i for the calendar year of 1918
They reported a total net income "
$1,848,77 4,194, or 10. S5 per cent of
ihn country s total ami no iii' i"
of $fili SCS 770 omii 1917 The
ml tux liable bv tnes" snixoein
sta'es was iZ,'.:s. . or -" I"-'
cent of the total pail! ty me noe-
(ountry. and an incrimso oi
run r..ir. oier 1917.
Texas Lends In South.
Texas led southern slates in Hio
numtier of returns with Virginia
second, Oklahoma third and Oeorgla
fourth. They ranked in the same
order In total net Income whlfe
Alabama shown! the largtst In
crease In total net Income of any
of -.he southern states. In amount
of Income tax paid. Texas ranked
first. Louisiana second, Virginia
third and Oklahoma fdurth In the
Statistics for ths southwestern
states include- '
Arkansas Iteturns 20,012; Income!
f7C.3t4.037 ; Increase $8.057 750.,
lax $3.213.477 : Inrreaio $1,411,300 (
!i recMi'g" of total returns, 47; of
lii'-ome 48; of tax .29. '
OK'atioma iifiurni to, sib; uij
rtr.o $163.678 297; decrease $7 -07'0l
tsx $7,619,280, Inrreiise
$19678' Percentago of ntal rr
turns 10$, of Incomo 103, of tax
Negro Fug Hive
Mnnd Hpiltigs had a whiff of thn
old west Thin sdny and a glimpse
of thiv. practises In use when the
illicit finger and the steady hand
i-pclled self presei VBtlon
Chief of Polh Waddell was
ili.iilnn a negro, wauled ns u rob
buy suspect. Hounding a corner
Wnddell leselml his pistol and
pulb d the trlKKer". The cnrlrldRo
li pin v Sheilff It II. Maxev
took up the chase At a point of
van In go hn leveled and fired
twice. Until shots mimed and the
negro sped oil. Ma soy's furthe
view whs obscured bv n cloud of
dust Hie wake of n cowpiiucher
who Inn! witnessed the tinsilecess
lul j hnse nml who wns giving
As the enp tn Die pnvemi'Ut
bet w, en iiokco nml cow puncher
lapldly uarrovveil tho horseman
unwound his noose. Fifty feel
from Hie flelng black he whipped
It about his head three times unit
turned (t loose. The ropn M'ttled.
rowpnny bniced und iho negio
was lerkeil violently' lo the grnunil,
the hemp bitting Into his neck
will. Ii was almost broken.
"Itiiknh that'll hold him," Mild
the i ow puncher, who. as Maxcy
enme lip colled Ills lope, ami inilo
away wub'Mit even giving bis
name Tin negio Is recnverliiK
in JhiI A search of his room te- ;
Hovete.l our $!"0I1 worth oT stolen
propi ii' Mod Springs pollen sav.
LIFTED BY PAYNE
i buth ilecliireil the govi'iiiiniinl legu-j
, iti, f the petroleum Industry W'lis
Unlimited Leases ftlay Hfi.iu.civ m leopaniizn the words tu
rp i . r,. ' ture nil supply by discouraging lc-
J aken on Wesl Side veiopment Wt now fields. 1
flf n4!Hrp fnw ' "Wlllit the pntrolelim bllslliesH
UJ. VJa.lJ,l- lU'. I needs Is awniiimc that 11 can pin-
cned In Uie development of new
RESTRICTS EAST SIDESVK,ln.!S!!:', "r- Mm"'
imuiimwiu Lnoi uiLu quired, "In o compt'tltivii and ntire-
! ,,'trincd tiiimnei'."
Limit There Taken Off
in SoctiGiis Where Produc
ing Wells Are Small.
in UIPTODV ana nil MCW
uiu iiuiuiii lull uiu mull
Sells Jielieves Order 'fill
Meet Apjiroval of Opera
tors and Help Indians.
IJ.v HAKCOM N. TI.MMO.Vrt
WorlJ OiiIUI L'nrr.ion,Irnl
. WAHIIINOTON, .Nov. IS. -Oil men
won a Id vlolory today when tfec-
rctnry of the Interior Payne, estab
lishing a departmental reconl for
iulck handling of u case. handed
down a decision abrogating the
1,800 -acre lestrtctlon which
been enforced on Oklahoma Indian
i.'ommleHloiioV of Indian Affairs
Hells, who nut with Keeietary Payne
during the hearing Tuesday, in trans
mitting iho decision to newspaper
men thin aftvruouti, suld that he be
lieved It would meet the nppruvul of
the oil men and at the siime tllno
be to thu best inteiests of the Indian
Most of the oil men who attended
Ills healing lire mill in this city.
Jijilgtt r. one's Htatemunt wus as
Pn)Uo-'s Staleuient of Hilling.
"Hmre.iry Payne today hold that
the I.SUO-ucre rule lltulttug hold
ings ol all losses shiiiild I io abro
gated as tn the wist sllln of thu
Osage nation, slid modified by in
creasing the nireage on the east
side of the Ossge nation to HQ, 000
flirts. Ho also modlflei the 1,800
aero ruin as to all western Okla
homa Indian trlbis, so as to In
cteasii the acreage to !i,i0() acres.
Assignments of linage lenses may
In iii.-ulu in unlimited acreage on
the west side nn th" east eldo
assignments shall be ntrlited to
1,800 aires as hiTHtofnre, with all
additional nstdgiiment of m reiigo
Hot tu exieed nltogelher 20,000
,icres only where wolts on any
uiiarter seitlou avrriigi not mum
than thine barrels pel day."
Custom Hiti1eilous .May lie Mistake
Harry II. Kuilth, seernlurv of lUv
Midi ontliieiil Oil A tjus imsuclullun,
announced umlght that the otl nun
were nun Ii pleased wllb the (lurlslnri
us It ii'iaiws to the west O "iigfs and
the Indian lands to tho' West but
would ask foi an Interpretation of
the lining on the east Os;igo land.
Mr. Hmltli will (onfer with Secretary
Payne on the eastern Ossge umtiei.
He hoped that what reemed Ilk an
I objei tlonable feuture of the i illliK
us applied io the oustern usages
! would nun out to be nothing moro
thu" f.)ultv phraseo ogy.
Girl Aliened to lie
Hank Robber Helper
Taken to Colorado)
OKLAHOMA CITV. Nov. 18
Auihorltles of the fsderal govern
ment nnd of the st.ite of Colorado
toditi left Oklahoma City for
t'olor.dlo with .l"l Clinton 17
year old girl wife hi Id In connec
tion with sn alleged bank robbery
near Colorado Springs. The ar
held here by pollc Ip connection
with the se was ri turned to the
girl bv (ourt order.
J w Stirling though' b- all
ihoi i'les io lie a mi in'-r of a band
thn' Inn mboc.i eastein Colorado
t inks io the cast six inorttis, U bo
eg hrid ' connection with tho
C liri'OH case.
SHORTAGE OF OIL
Plenty in. Sight to Last
ju'i'ts at Capital.
NAVY HEAD A TARGET I
Danifls' Policy on Coast At
tacked by O'Donnoll: "Un
NO DANGER OF MONOPOLY
lliiKc Amount of Capital
Needed tol)evelop Field
Makes That Possible.
WAMflNOTON. Nov. IK. An oil
proiluiiTlou sufficient to supply the
world foe rf.'verHl Heiieriitlntis at
1 least, wns forcensl today at the nn j
I ) t ii ii I meeting hero of the Atnciiciiu
Hetitj I.. Diiherty of New York.
Thomas A. O'Dontiell of Iih An-!
i geles, president of tlm Institute, until
1 It D. Itensiin. president of the Tldi
' water Oil company, dcelnreil the pe
troleum resources of the world were
nowhere Jieiif exhausted.
Mr. O'Dontiell. however, ntl.tikcil
the nav ilepnrlliieiit fur lis iielzurn ,
of oil sloi ks on the Pacific coast
ProdueeiH theie. hn said, feel "Hull i
Mm mivl' duoiirtmeiii has not bm n ,
rulr ' and lidded ' we bcllvo this to
be due to the extreme ptejildleii of I
the heiul of the ilepnitmeiit." ,
Mr. O'Dontiell anil Mr Dnherty
Plenty ir Ouwillnc
Mr. Doherly predlctud theie would
llll SUmo ! lit KHBOIIlie 11,1 .11.
int., ri.niilriimiiiits for generations io
emtio. 1l said scientists undoubted"
discover new inn '"'' i cent general I'lvetion in niiisi cn.ir
Ml. II I I . .J ..IT. HA M.nllLl'. '' . ..
i ,i,iih ,.r flnillni.' an artificial suli-
hill was of Hie opinion mat no !" -
-' ' ,r - "....fi.,- renin to.
mini." i'w - . , .
Kill. I li ,.. .... .,, ; - .
The Imineiln rapitni inene.i
developinent of new oil fields pre
cludes the possibility of tlm petrol
eum industry becoming: a monopoly,
the speaker said. More money, lie
continued, is being spent In the pro
diictlon or oil than Is earned b
...... i, ...i,.,. oniiwirt es. lietWeen 191-
tlic amount or rapiwii
50 American on "'":,
untiles, the snenker suld
thu dividends pain
lu tliess tluin-
panics by neasly $uu,uuw,uuu,ii
I iltors --nit' i" o ........
n... aiunUnr urued thai all gov
'ernments adhnre to the "open
idnlir" policy, "allowing a flee op.
i ..,.,,,,ii.. rnr everv boiy irom evi'i",,, ni.ei Hsnrv o l ie riiiure growui oi
Iwiiarn "' to niirtlclpato In the n ".TuIhu by dty officials and others
sary Oil iieveuipmiioi
Mr. Hcnsnii exprsssi d belief thut
ju'gn amounts of petroleum wero
tO be discovered (III UH' .' -
cat' Colllineni, pniie ui... -
wokt, Camilla nnd in irnmn
. .i.i...Ji,7 tlm iiistituiH loiimoi-
Admiral Unison, chiilmmn of lh
sliUH'Ini: board, declared Ainmlcan
sl.rplng was facing "11... " "'
relenting and stifling compe Itlon
from foteb'ii countries, Imt had a
great advurtage In 'Is nil burning
fleet. i-evepty-flVO per pent of llm
American ships now burn oil for
fuel, he said, while only ID per cent
,f foielgi. ships -re oil bur is.
I I-stiibllshmeiit of foreign I'unkci
I stations, Admlial Hensnn said, had
littibled Hie Hblpplng board to mcl
'thtee-fouilhs of 'ts forolgn oil n
Iqulremetits nt n favlng of mlllloiiM
I of doll.'tis a. year.
It V. Pl SllUclia. i-ejo it-. ...... -
in WHShlnglou of the Provisional
.Mexican government, Wll '",
ll. Instliute tomorrow lie asked
Ifo, an opportunity to prose, Hie
..' :,i,.u, I.. . ..olvlii to I'red-,
erl II. Kellng, council of His Mexi
can Petroleum corporation, who lt
night declared Hint the governmrtn
of Mexico In (he pssl had Infringed
i. ,ii,iM .,f American oil com-
th velop petroh
I II II sources
I OKLAHOMA HL HAMh
,1'Olt pitici: hS mi"';m;,1.
II) IIAtM'OM N TIMWONH
SUff ( ,,r (.'i'ii'l"i' ,a ...
lb., price lo a.irtjnt the risks of 'he
... i ...... ,.lu.er will find the
,,uiU oil nec-saiy to keep 1'e"
,t.,n s (p rriarids supplhtd. It. D. "
ion of New Yoik, prisldent of the
Tidewater "li oompany told tlm
, American Petroleum liMHItul".
Oklahoma crude ts the bu. of oil
ptieos. lletiHon said. II" twbl the
i thing that will keep production up
and avoid a famine t simply three
dollars and a half per brre for
,VJ 1 r ' VZ inZJUn"'u "' pt".
me( t ve
tiy In the I oiieo mines, ici u tunij
baik 25 yiiars." IP-iison said "In'
189.1 production cHUm largely from .
I'l-nnsylv.tnla and w York and
.tmounted all told tn 30,959,000' bar
leln. Theie were 7,138 wells corn
lib Kl and tho prluu of Pennsylvania
crude then, the huso ranged from
95 (onis in January up to $2.00 in
A pi II ami tiaik to $1.50 nt tin; close
of the year. Wolls completed lu
1919, 24 years later, number 29,072,
arid ttie price of Oklahoma crude
now tlm iKisttj, ranged from ix 28
I in January tn $2 75 In December.
In the fust ten months of this year
29 912 wi lls huvo been mmpkted,
CONTINUKU OH 1'AUK POUt
INDIANAPOLIS Nov. 1 -Churles
P.vims Hughes tonight
adv.i, nted retention of thn direct
primary sjsleiil In making pan
tii.piliiHtlniiH for offices In states
nml leor polllluil nulls, In an ad
diesM here beforo dnlegnles to
the convenlloii of the Nntlotial
Mil nli I .ii I Idiikus, of which hn Is
HpenMng on "the fat" of thn
dli ! pi linai ," Mr Hughes de
clared it w.is Hi" "issenllnl com
plement or the short hiillol" ami
I but it would be a ml'tnlio tn
throw over Hie system tn favor
of a r' mi ii t Hn1 old onvciillim
S)Slein or Us predecessor. Hi"
parly iihiiii- He inuik' plnln his
iciuiuks could apply only to po
lities I systems under stain jurls
dlcllnrt. ii mil being pnsilble,
1 1 1 nl n I the I (institution. In pro
Vlllll fill llileet pi I SlllDllllal prl-
llii wild the ptlmary sysleni
could lin made nu effective burn
meter of ton will of pintles only
when primary laws provided for
strict iiiirollment of voters,
City Officials Vision No
Opposition lo l'lnn lo
NO BONDING INVOLVED
Siicce.Htiful Election Merely
to (3 rant Authority in
IMfkiiiK Water Sources.
Arrnngnmniits for the chnrlni
amrnilmnnt elecllon, to bo held Hat-
iirdiiV from 0 o'clock Jn the mornllig
until 1 o'dock In the evening, are
virtually cninpleted. Cliy Atlurnny
Frnnk L. Dum'nti sbl 'niuuuy tnni
,,,..,..1,,... votlm- pbices uro to bo til
ii... ,iine places they Wem at Hm r
inn sauni precinct oiiu.'iain win mute
.. I........ V... Iln.-u...,!.
j .I,,.-, ....... ...
elnctlon will curry easily
jls Ihn hel?f or city ornciais nun
! heads of thn various rlvlo orgunliin-
linns, whlcli urn co-opersttng wnn
tho cliy. No active opposition to
the proposed amendniimts had de
veloped, unit nunn Is expected.
ni... ,.i,l..r ,.i.w,(.ro of cltv iifflclills
(H jotting out the voters, Whether
u will approve th" charter amend-
.,,,... ... i,,,Msecl Is d uuriit unary W h
,i, ,,rtv,,.,i,ie nml ii hriivv vote, even
if p entirely In favor or inn
ameuumnnis. win hhuhhhii mm
I i,r,.,n o, h, nlnrtnir Ills Ktiiliin uf nl
,,rti(if upon them.
These uipeiidments alii regarded
who miiow inc winn n,n,,.v..M,.
, n,M k, to VoUtl.
The election Haturday, however,
j HIIIIUIII HOI UP cnilllim.Mi WHO muni
.Nn nouns are ii m- vnieu
nor will any proposed
fUI I CO
of wnter supply be on the
luillnt H.itunluVs election Is s inn y
for the purpiiso of amending thn city
cluirter to provide that the city may
bn empowered lo ucipilro land any
whem within th" slum for public
purposes and prnpurly pollen II, and
tocrenliiM nnn-parllsiin water board.
A bond Issue no cover the coat of
obtaining water cannot by, voted tip.
on until after thn (.butter has boen
Wilson Is Undecided
About His Next Job
WAHIILNOToN, Nov. 18. Piesl
dent W'lson hltuaelf tins not ileeldKil
what he ylll do after Match I, It
was aiilhiiilliitively announced at
the White 1 1 HUM" loday. II Wll"
stated by iittHiliis that In reply tu a
dlreei lniiiirv as lo his plans the
president replied be had not yet
made up his mind Ills physical
condition, 'l wns staled, was nx
lre;ii. li good unit wus showing llll
,.,l no Ill tlglit .iloug
THREE" NEGF50ES"' LYNCHED
Sboi'lM or While .Man llniiilleil I'll it
III ngrj Leorglu Hub.
D'll'OI.AM, On, Nov 18 Alex
Itvrd. Wihle Uoiv and Minnl" Ivory.
in grnci-. iburgid with killing I'e.'irlie
J. Harper, m John Oratithntn r.
store in the negro stitlon of the,
town tier" yeslerdaj. wero 'taken
iw,i from i lie sheriff by a mob
mil lyrohed list night on tho Dlxlo
highway about seven iiillot from
J ion i: Iks, as lie was making un effort
to et them to Oclllu, On., for safe
keeping. Coroner O. L. Hlnims )ield
nn inuuest over the bodies this
morning, tho tdlr.t being that the
imgrnes earne to their death at the
inuin il , I'.iilli
KtliUy (sir, wsrtntr
KANHAfli Kslr Prliliy inn fUtuM.f.
rontlnu".! mild tutiiiifrmurrd
Tislsy' l.rul I'vrnt.
t'lisinUfr ut i't,rtnnrri fur, turn' rti"t
Ins, Hotel Tula. 13.11.
Nw ririi i .,( .retlen ut Tul." p(sbirtir,
I-'lisl PrmtoiiUii cl.urOi 2 e in
A fix"! ili tu rst, Ilaf oinnr (ff
lirls, udr Hoilortli', Ailt.
"HA.V t.VIIM)" .ll.NI ill'KHA
8ota buvr uu ! t Jtukun Mu.lo ilor.
in uiiL.ni JUV1L.L.&.
l'eole Swarm Street? of
Athens, x Celebrating
EX-KING THEIR HERO
Merry makers Wave Pieture-t
of Constantino and Also
BEATEN PREMIER ESCAPES
Hoards Steamer for Nice,
Italy, Alter Ut'Kiuir People
to Abide by Klccliou,
Iljr Tin. A..icll"i Press.
ATHI'iNH, Nov. 18,--tlilis luill-
ed out tn cnlcbnUn 111 Im tifturitoon,
thn first natural expression! slinwn
hern. In many, weekn, If not npnth
Thn crowds' orgaulird a pantile In
University street, rliarched pas
thn homo of the fallen Vtmlxclos
swept on through Stain street, hit
constitution Ktpinre, to tho King n
pnlncc, iheiU'ii tu the stadium 'und
hark again, overflowing Into tns
slibi streets, .
'l'hn ertiwils welo good nature I
and made up of soldiers, young men
And wOpnm. Thoy were nfoot. Ill
carriages itlnl nutomohlleri, nil cm
rjlng llihngrfiphs, paintings ir
photographs of former IClng Coto
stantlne, nnd also of tho former
Thn fulling darkness brought tvi
rousing nnd illsoi dem which weru
e(iitrlblltei by soldiers conur,. in
Local fornlltnerri express tne
opinion that greater orceco In ilea l
by her own haliil ami roiiucqu over
night from a second rnto pownr to n
namlo npern cnnnition. 'ine vrm
tellsts not packipg up and hurrying
lo leave the capital und retire, to
thn provinces, although theie and in
places like fulfil nnd Halonikit, the.
roynllstii already lmvo ftirclldy Ukci
pimsi sslmt of affairs.
l'ormer Premier Vetitteloti, whosi
government was overthrown by this
weuk'H nli'ctlons, before leaving
Oroice, Issued n Ntatnmont to thu
(Irerk poopln telling thnin ho wu
Wllhotit hard ffellng toward' then
because of their decision. I Iw
"I hear no bitterness on account
nf your volo as 1 bellovo It would
huvo been difficult for nny other
arllon to Imvn remained under arms
two years nflnr tho unnlillec
"Afy friends, I beg yon to abide lo
the principles of the liberal party
and 1 thank you for our supporl. 1
sllitll ulwnvs servo my counts
"rjl. Venlxelos' destliiallnii Is Nne
wheto his son Hoplwelo Is lo miirir
Mill. V.ervoudkl, a wealthy young
(in.Klc woman. Ho Is ubiiiiril i
steamer convoyed by it llrlllsh war
hip. , , , ,
It wus COisue-eiI priiuiioii"
that Uueeii Mother Olgu would us
siiinn the icgoncy.
CONHTA.VIINi; IHDS I OH
IV.'VOH OP ALI.IIJH.
LL'CKHNR, NOV. 18. t ori e-r
King CotiiitiintliHi of Orceco man'
filcndly overtures to thn alllus l "
an Interview given today. He th
tiled ho ever intended io inio"
(Irefcce Irtto the world war on tin'
oust side of tha Central howi'if
Coiistnllt'fin expects Ii plebiscite II-
(Ireecn upon his return io i
Ihrnno bufnre the beginning of Hi'
I never hiid an oppoi imint
statu ipv side of tb can" during III
cuiitroviirsr over tho position of
(Ireecn during the war," said tin
ex-kliig. "l-'o i morn than lliro
years I hnvo ben cut off from th
worm. vn my u .its uuih iiiiii' '"
were stopped I never had .(he
slightest Intention or putting (ingicc
Into the conflict upon tho mU1 of
Oermany. Orent prntnlnericfi wus
glvin to a telegnioi I sent tho i
kaiser but I Hon I aovorni otuurs
when he wus pressing; mo to go over
to ids sldr. I iissuriid him 1 would
tint break tlm neutrality of Oreegc'
I had ii I wuis admiration and llklne
for thn Kngirsli people,
"It wns big satisfaction to me to
see my people firmly condemn :t
regime which wus not compuUbli
with i run dcinoeriiny, They hav
rect'Vered the llbtirtles which the.
have always troasui ed. I hope Un
solemn verdict will open up it in w
ra of Justine. whliAi Is IndlspeiiHlbl
for curing (ho Inevltublo -yll
"I am the constitutional sovcrfirn
of (Ireece, hut 1 do not wish to h
advantage of th election. I Wen'
tny pi-opb) to Ktv m a en-iu . ,
If they want mo 1" coins lutck T i
chamber of deputies will . m
at AthenM In ubout thru- wet a I
then I hopo It will call for a s.
cite. I iintlclpam ibe mhu. l tm
It will b" lh reiiii'i from iv tv
pin for me to i -nd ths i r
Then I Will r- ' n n 1 ''n m '
New York Life
Fjirmer & Duran
fiPlit IAL AOIM
303 Pa I u 'it uldg. Phono 151