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PR1CH r CKNTS
TULSA DAILY WOULD. 'ITKsDAi. MAY IT, 1S2
IS PAG MS
III III III III
(i ,i .ina Senator Warns.
Vii'iinihtrntion of Im-
SEES TROUBLE AHEAD!
'ot Approve McDonald
r Man-mil ami ...oeKc
ALSO OPPOSED TO MAURER'
1 ai'iimmlism in Slalo
1 Outcome of Names
p for Appointment
. I'ON. May 16 1'resi
,u,g tin-, afternoon sent the
i mi , motions to the senati :
mllcitor of Internal rcic.
Mrviiinlcr, nt Oklahoma
i assistant i'uiiiii ."sloncr
V t II I u II l A Kltm.tti of
: - World,
v MIM.TQN. May 16. Attor
r lal Uaugberty. "patronage
I. - ' ii" Harding ntltnlnlslrn
' m issue, l a statcnient, sal
, k Hi'1 hit of appointments
' . ip"n fur Oklahoma "by an
u ' 1 iween tho leaders." had
1 , id ii i all the trouble then On
i '- "i the Dnugherty slate
r1' m itrtuiiptly carno one from
k r Ham Id entering ii demur
i ll r. ! l milmated ery boldly
. '', .ipiioiniiitent at least, that
, . i T I.o Ko of Antlers to bo
t 1,1 in 't' dint of tile Five Civilized
T- ' r n iKhf eniise a lot of (IIjm'H
i ai i the molnr 'iKImIuhiih hen
a e ide it plain that he did not
r,-. t . , i.rm me burden of It Tho
Imi!' ". -'aliment Mna as fol-
Mi lliin.ilil o lie .Martial.
Tl'i nklaluima sltuaiion has been
i i-'d up ho far ns tho principal
ai in i uiient.i aro concerned by an
iii; .ii, it between tho leaders and
th. fellow lng appointments have
i ad": Victor Locke, Riiperln
Iti dii i t the l'io Civilized Tribes.
I I 1.. r Hitorney for the eastern
t. ar d Henry Cooper, 1'nlted
a'"a nai-hal for the i astern ills
M :. U hi n a chance Is inndo In
he Ii-tu i attorneyship tor tho
i'trii diMti. t. William A. Maurer
f I.I Lei o will he appointed district
"mn, i at.d wlirn tho United States
n ar-l.jN'i , i! chaiiRfd in tho v ester-
il-m i Alva McDonald of El
I'err. a 1 1 1 h,; appolntcirr' s
II ii i ids ili., liiini of rctponsl
1 ' lUnd .spi i lfd ally in Locko
'I Vi ir. i . lie said President
i'i-I' , I id told him he wihcd to
' " '1 ' nppolntiiie nts a pei .
.icd the si nator said tha'
' - I -I. ouii si cd he nc it
" 1 III r, Id told the prrslib nt
K ' ' .ii'i'oiriintcnts of the two
' ;'.' up trouble and that
l' Ills bands of the matter.
' i ' f .n uonallsni is created h
i , "ii'lmrnii I am not respon-
f, srs, t;C,nt0r Uarreld
3 '" the appointment of
''I bad been told that
1 " 1 nm supporting, could
' ' ' ' leintnl I checked tho ap-
' 1 of superintendent of the
1 ' d Tribes up to tho ad
' ' " to do ns It pleated. Tho
t of Locke followed. It
" ': understood by the ad-
" ' - '' " that I wan trylnsr to
r Iimnl trouble In Okla-
'' I v mild aniline no respon-
" b a flRht as Loi k' s
' pr. i Ipltated."
crre in Appointment.
I n i-aid. hud i orrrmiiinil.
"m i' that lui never agreed
iiialnst whom he Imd no
i'1'Ji i-1 Ion, but vlioso np-
i oilKht scrc to reive fa,-,
w im h he was stillnc to
i oril. .
f" In i
i h l i
"f the president to make
ii'l'iilntnients, ' Uarreld
I is Inherent and Okla
' " i vi ptlnn tn tho ruin
" I" en followed during this
' I'lun as the mine thing
' id In Missouri New .ler-
Voile and other stater)
iilnunlhtratlon lias made
- s it hud in Oklahoma,
the president is tn break
nl mi I n 1st ration; therefore,
" ohlcitlnn to make, to the
" of these iinuilneea "
i eator Uarreld wrote
I' ' ' Harding us follows:
' ndnili that these up
'' .i'e Hie best for the pni ly
' a Hnd therefore do not
'"sum,, anv responsibility
I i n ov pack ril'TUCN
' aren't hard to find
v 1 ' n you know how. The
' i" k way ami the mod
rr'' way is to watch the
N'.P Wanted Ads in The
f rld. Nearly every cm
n''1' or makes his bid for
' " services in our class
lfl,l section. He know?
u'"'re to advertise to get
r i!t o.sagc 0000, ask
f"r Want Ad Dept. -
Drop 42 Per Cent
Under April 1920
WASItlSUTON M.i If,
Wholesale prb es for Apul '' d
dc. l.n" i.f per rnii Hum
March and 4 - per tent from prll
1920, In tlgi ni made pulih. to
day by tho ili partment or iitiot.
A decline of 13 u per tent ii
shown ftoni the lugh pi ,ik ji i.rs
of last ,M,i)',
l-'.irm products showed the larg
est decrc.no In April with a drop
nt S per cent, l'ood Hrtliles de
creased 6 per lent; ilo'hmg n
llttln over .'I prr i t'tii . fuel
and lighting material 3 ;! t per
rent and building material 2 '
Met. lis showed n decline of iil
about three-fourths of 1 per rent,
rhemlials and drUKH dropped
1 J-1 por rent and inlsrcllnneoui
commodities, Including cottonseed
mrnl and oil, lubricating oil, Jute,
rubber, newsprint anil wrapping
paper, soip, tobac, o and wood
pulp showed a derlino of 7 3 I
One Killed, .Brother Of
ficer Wounded by Pair
:TG0T $5,000 IN GEMS
Robbed Dusincss Man, Then
.Bound Him and Wife to
Door of Garage
OKMlLtlLL, Ukla., M.i 16.
Polief man llob llurden was inunt
ly killed and 1'ollremaji N. V. Hlm a
was wounded In a Kim battle tonlchl
with two bandits vhn had robber
J. XI. Harrison, a pool hall proprietor
and his wife, of diamond1 valued ut
burden was shot three time.
Hpenco was shot in the shouldcr.
The policemen answered a call from
tho exclusive cast hldo residence sec.
tlon of the city wh ro Harrison, who
Kavo tho alarm, said the bandits
had laid In v.alt for him as he and
his wlfo started to drlo Into their
Karace, They were bound In their
automobile, the door to the garage
wart lucked and tho handltn proceed
ed to strip them if their Jewelry.
Afttr taking whatever or value thty
wanted, the bandits left Harrison
managed to work himself free from
tho ropes which bound him and
opening a window got out of tho ga
rage and went 1 1 a nelghblr's house
where he ent in tho call for the
llurdcn and Kprnrc antwered. As
they Jumped from tho police car, the
' bandits began firing. The fltst bul
I let struck llurdcn In the face, but ho
is i-ald to hau pulled his revolt or
'and was on the point of firing when
another bullet In the frtcc (nt him
in the ground, pence's gun was
shot from his hand as ho was about
to shoo and he ulso was knocked to
, the ground. The bandlls Hun fled
lloth were white men.
I Every policeman and deputv sher
iff In tho city was immediately sent
.out to i nmb the city nml tho mun-
trv surrounding. Illoodhounds havn
bttn ordered from Tulsa. Chief of
I'ollco Tarr Mid at 11 o'clock that a
report from a detnehnmnt of his
men Indicated that the bandits worn
surrounded in a hoiiso near tho
edge of tho city.
Tiila Will KcNst Two Members or
llo.irit of lVliicallon tn Miiiceil
Tulca will vole tmlay for elretlon
of 1 1 o members of ihe
education, rcprf6eiiting directors
No. 3 and No. 6. candidates for
which positions, nominated April
10, were It. K. Hughes and .1 .1.
Heshanc fm No. 3 and W. S llnnker
and A. W. Iliink for X. ii I
is a i andidate in Ml' i red
but the olher men Inn e had no pn -nous
experience as mrinbcrs or this
Kollnwlng arc Iho voting places
for the eleelnn todn :
Prerinrl S'n I'-SIS l:l n.'f' .
I'reelnil No. : Convtllllon )IH Hr'i
and niuldfr ...
I'oclnrt Nn 3 Central 1 lr Sullon,
wt Scmnd tfirret. .
I'reeln. I Ko I Old ltlctl Rfheol build
mtr rmirth and lloslen
I'reeinrl No. 5 aior it Sinn n3
Pre . In. l Ne t Tulm runtr Cnurl
houif. niili Hnd 1tmil4r
l'rlni-l No 1- W - Hre"H Orus
r,,nriv H Waal l'ltih
Preelnrl No 1-lninB Sctliil. Trl, and
SI I.'- It vrnura
Vrrfnr .No 9 HraE
Prri inrt 10 Snilovah spneoi.
I'r-einri No '1 ivatmnEinn
HnfWerd "d Ilodtrr.
ti...inj, s.n. If . t.nireftan
"Wte'-liii'i " IS l.lnroln aehool
i..mh an, I l'rnrta.
I Proem,-! N.i 11 lloraen .Minn
Tunlh ami llnalnn , ... .
ITrrlnet No. 1 Oarafa l.lth'h n'1
Preelnrt N " iiiieranis
Telllti anrt I rl' . .
I'rselnel No. IT Colli flieton
p'reeme't'se l -8uihiil Ji'" anues.
I'.lrhtrcnih nd Main alrtfts.
I'reclnul No. 1 Jff M. 11. rhureh.
T Prielnl'l' ITn-rn ,e.ldrnr.. :lt
Prc'elnVV'"',: ri-knS.II school". Kan
'1NiVeil'neV1'No. -Roberl K I.'f aehool.
rwrnili'lh and flnelnnall
l'wrinii .No. C5 Lowell aihsal. Kaamn
" v,!AZ, S' t P W. Oulsn
drni-e "".1 S M"ihus
Prannel N" ::. Whlldef arhsel
Nnrl 1, I A t
I ,N" S I,--'
. ' I'
K I, K
II. si. ai
GENERAL OIL QUIZ
BY C.C. POSSIBLE
Russell So Intimates on
Hearing of Big Amount
of Empty Tankage
HEARING IN PROGRESS
Producers Asking a .Shutdown
Say Production Now Just
OPPONENT'S INNING TODAY
Will' Put on Testimony Coin-1
batting Petitioners; Sup-
1 ply on Hand Is Meager j,
n . Hi.fir.r,,wii,
, OKLAHOMA CITI M:i" 16.
Hearing of Oklahoma nil piodiuers
I plea for i essatnm of drilling mer the I
'slate today r0cd Into a possible
unestlK.itlon or oil eondltlons by the
corporation roimnl.'tl r. folIowlnBi
( the leportorihe egsl,itie i iiinmlt-1
'tee that an rttonsivo amount of oil
tankage was lying idle, when Camp-
bell Itussell, prewldlng cot por.it ion i
'commissioner today cited statutes tn
show that the commlsslim b.nl an
thorl'y to m ike sin h lnvesit,i!uii
, "Wo either have the evldeni " be
fore us or It Is available to us' Mi
I Itussell said.' "As to Jurisdiction of
the corporation commission in
I matter of thlri kind, he rniiinueil
"that Is a matter or law and th
commission will be glad tn hear
The ruling followed a demurrer 1 n
producers opposed to -stunting down
of a'tlilties, wlJeh was overruled
and Iho commission annnuni ed the
hearing of both sides would be mi
It wan argued by those opposed to
curtailment or drilling activities that
there is not more than flic or sIt
monthri' supply of oil In storage In
tho state, while tho oil seasons now
Tho factions asking complete
shutdown statu that "overproduc
tion and excess amount of storage
on oil. nmounts to waste"
Tho petitioners rrMfrt their ease
arier presenting tnatlmnny nr a
dozen witnesses directed to proiing
overproduction nnd cndeaorlng to
make such showiug proof of eco
Opponents will put on evidence
to combat presentation of petition
ers' evidence, sn far of very general
character. llvldenco in lebuttal
probably will he of samo general
i The hearing probably will last all
That tho logical thing to di is
l tn lonsrive the nil ifourcea of
I the state now and euii.rl jir.ulu
' tlun until such time as demand and
innstimptioii aie More .'qinili.i d.
I was the consrnsus of tes'lin.'i " In
i fnre 'he i oiiiniisslon i'ls afti-riioon
I hv Wirt I'ranklln 'in.l U" .I ihi.'o'i.
producers In the Arilmnie nod
' 'Hi Witt fields. Johnson temifl-d It
I would be better to wit i'mll dril lug
I now and spread prod lennn oxr
sex. nil years rather thai to hao
enormous production "it present
prices, which tho snia.l rrroducor
I Johnson touched upon prevailing
; eosla or drilling a compared with
i two years ago and declared they
' were even grcate,- nntv, although oil
'was 110 per i .'lit I'h.Miicr.
, C. T. Wilson an I V'. f!. M;clh,
both of Tulwi. w-s'i' i nct to tesiifv.
ii ill i lassed t ii- nihil ' . as -p.
tiden' prndii'er-i. Th"y deeiured
ii.r wuh .1 ere. o, ynnidiietli'ii " f
oil at th' presiiit llin". wl.et, Ihey
. I said they had I -In d ir.mi in- iu
board on, ,,nr .,,. stoiing ill
Thev said they had pie'.ously
eHrneil that a fUiplus was n-lbi it
ing when pipe, IP -. wen s.,inn?.
-HIJACKERS TAKE CAR
Knhlici's Meci utiiM III lit. mil
pel 1 1 Im to llrlxe Into t niinm
and Make Him Walk tn Town,
len Landa. 1116 Nmih Ih.stnn
was illumed nf ' in i sill .mil
Siudebakrr far Mnnd.i) niglit while,
driving In Country i-luli dine, nm'lh
west of town. According to Linda
two men Jumped nn his running
board and rnlibeil blm nr bis n.nnei .
after which they made him drhe
a halt mile or more farther Into ihe
country and then enmmuiulod hlni In
eel out and walk to town. The iar,
."".V ""ir. "'" .'k nir.
more man mire nh
..'l, V;,:..rt,n0' Ihe,. HaltOOV UP h( t PO'ltton with 10 Gflr
lo the police
Although the poll, e at once took
up the trail, nn trace nr the mr
had been found up to an early hour
Tuesdai morning However Impcs
were entertained for Its nenverv. as
It w-iis figured that Willi the small
ammiut nf gasoline the bandit
wmidd have tn abandon the nr nf
ti r ii short run.
Find Woman's llodu;
Husband Is Missing
i rLOrtLNCH Als Miv 1" --The
! nuitllated body of Mrs M.vrtic Wil
i Hams Seav. a bride " vear-. ..I. I.
i was found by a r arching party lust
night on a lonely hillside at Stewart'
I Sptings. near here l W Seav. the
hiiHh.ind. with w-h.mi she lift the
Imnir1 or her fathe.- lsst night s
mi"sliig, according 'n the prili-e
The woman's head had men
lushed with a - inn d h a ' mnt
i. :id br en n'ad" t . lunn lv i " I
p.'U' e ft, K
Let. Daughter Die
11 'ithout a Doctor,
Father Is Jailed
s-., i i, . .ui
okmi i,oi;i: m .i if. r.
Luthirfnid h Ii .ii'kmn ill nl I'i.i
1 mi Is' liellig lield In llf . ,.ii '
,ia.l here without hnnd to hu'wh
.i ih.iige nf manslaughtri t..l. .w
mi' I In death nf Ills il.liighlri
Mis S II llHIIi'Ofk, III M lnispll.il
In re last Wfok. County AHuiihn
11'psliurn signed Hie enmpliiul
after he had made an lncstlga
tlmt Into the clrc umsiauei tm
loundlng Mrs. Iliflicoi-k s death
Mix wicks hso Mrs. Haifoi k
gae birth to i child Nn phvsl-
ian was called upnn tn atii nd her
im the reason scent ding to Knth
irfnrd. Illal his religious l. 'n f
did not pel mlt Ihe use nf in, di
line Kiitherford and membeis
or his fatnllv enibraeed what tbe
i h II "the faith nf tho first born."
He clnlnix that four of his olill
dren lme been brought Into the
win Id without the aid of physi
cians Neighbors who drilared that
Mis llaiiemk was siiffeiinn In
tmsi' agon enmplHlneil to counly
uuthorllles who sent i plitli Ian
to attend her. The phsi, aii, ie
ported that after blr first lslt,
he was not permitted In fee
her again, according to the county
iiltiii-nej , and a dnputy sheiirf
and nurse were sent to her hiiiim
tn take hei tn a hnspltsl here
She died week Inter. I'hjsl
i la in at the hospital (old the
county attorney that In i life could
have been saol If medical aid
hud been aiiinmonml winner, At
tdrne Hepburn declaii-
Itutherriird declaren he 1.1 an
elder of Ihr fiurch of the first
bum. II'- s.mi the only on inbeti
r the 1'ieston i oiujregai ion aie
these nf his own family
AGAIN STARTS UP
Dav of Quiet Kollowed by
Kresh Outbreak With
; Houses and Stores diddled by
1 Shot; Woman 'Rifleman' 1
Included in Def cutlers
l-'liANKI'OltT. --KJ . May 16-.
Goiernor lldwln I1. Morrow, late I
tonight sent a telrgram to the war I
department In Washington request
ing that federal troops be sent to
tho Tug mer (llslnc '.'.hleh has
been in :i state of virtual gucillla
warfare (or four days
WILLIAMSON. W. V.i Mav
. I irlnc on the Crystal H!..k
i 'o.i I
ilmnpHiiy hfadquarters house at
llawl, W broke out tonight, ac.
curding to reports received bete In
I night hyCapt. J. It llroekus at
M.ito pollc). neadnuarters Ii was
the first disorder reported during
I t ho day along the Kentuck - Wet
Rhnrlly before the report or shoot
ling at Itawl, Csptaln llrockus had
sent a messago tn linwrnnr Morgan
at Charleston salng that, all was-i
unlet, but that the situation was
i "distinctly thrc.itcnlng all along the
I An Associated t'rr-s correspondent
had traversed the trouble one from
' It-iwl to Sprlgc with Captain llrock
I us and a detachment of state police
nil hour earlier wiinnin Hearing n
Hitletice or the names ni ine
lasl few days, hnne.ier. were plenil
fill at Ituwl, Merrlmae and t-prlgg
Houses and ttorrs in hee towns
were riddled with biil'els and win
dnus. nilrrora and show iase wrr,
A wiling wonun in silk drcs un'l
a black picture hat wa "lining tier
lnl ' with the miners in Mrrrtmse
Site Is Mrs. llosa i line, wife of i.. C
Cllne. mine frireman for the lilt.
Mar Coal ci'inpanv. and is a nv mlic
f the Kentuek Slri'm fainl'.. of
II .ifllil-McCo feud fainr.
While Captain rimckus and Irs
men were present, cllne ordered a
1 1 a i n of teal run from the mine to
the tipple. This, he '.ild hid drawn
file from the Kentuck hills eery
l.i since Thuri'd.. As Ihe 1 it t Ir
mi. I. ir train runild. d from the nnri
with thn i.intoi ioHn l.ving prone,
Mrs Cllne, r.fle sie.idv and amrnuni
111.... over her shoulder, calmlv
...... Vrn-.a in unau-
men, Tirepsreo to answer anv atiacu
fi-m.i Hie mountain. No attack wa. .
fnri In liming, hut Cllne declared
pintidlv that his wife hnd taken part
it. ,u altering (very attack made pn
the 'i' '1 "I'm n.tt afraid, anil
iur" iif.e counts ' Mrs. ('line Slid '
7. S. to del liulk of
Senator Crane Estate',
IMTT.--I II. LI). Mass Mav 16 -Th
late leii.tinr Wlnlhrnp Mm ray
Ciam nf Hall. m. left nn esute of
ti.J'.'s 9k."i ai. .inllttg to t lie mm
plete invent. ,rv fib d here Indsv.
(inl.'e . mjrt nffi. i,,ls relimate Hie
istiin will vuld an inhi iit.in. e tux
nf IT.0'1" OOfl.
'I I: , M,t U i "i-i mini
in I n ui h v in A . '
KI Ml'MA v- ' "ii'
4 i tv r-r ti I- . i i rf fi
' If ' - l'rt . I' i
I I - K 'I 1 ' ' fi ' f , -
NO DECISION YET
ON FINANCE BILLS
llmiM' and Senate t'unfer
' ces Kail to Agree on
i HOSPITAL BILL WINS
House Pannes Senate Act for
j Clinton Institution; Cuts
Aineunt to $U0,00tl
MANY BILLS ARE SIGNED
Number of Routine Measures
(.let Signature of Governor
Pvobertson in a Day
-.., i a i. I I'r, Stan
was apparent late
ennferenee voiniiiittee nf Ihe Okla
homa legislature wnuld Inll In ivgteo
tnda) on tin- twit inajni- upprnpt-i.t-lioil
bills befme the apcilsj svssn.ll
and both Imu'es adjourmd un:.l
Th house, in commlitee nf Hie
uhlilf, passed the hill prnwding a
tiilieriMilnsIs sanitarium fm finnur
serlte men. iatilug an uppinprui
linn of I'.'Ofi.OltO instlead nf :t -0011,
as recmuuieiiileil by the sen.i'
when the bill passed thai hmh
The hill makes prut Mini Mr tha
building nt Clinton, okla
' The senate bill fnr gineial il - ,
flclency appropriation was repotted
nut fawirhl by the Inuis" In iom-
niltlee nf the whole, after IN tnliil
had bet ii iiduned from Jfisuoo tu ,
J-.'J ID6 I
A b.ui uunia ir senntnrs was pres-1
ent aid the -iiKeant at aiins was
Insli in nd In hate nil absent sens-'
tins in attendance at tonionow's i
Kills s,aed In the sovei nor to-1
dm lii, hide the following
Mini) Illlls Sigurd In H.i).
S, ante hill Nn. 16. by the sen
ate iTimniif tee on military affair1,
pi-o tiling far the proper tare of
hnltle flags carried by soldiers In
the win Id win
Senate bill No. IS. by John
(inlnble of Outhrle, authorizing
county commissioners of Logan
! munly In turn mor a Jail building
! now- out of use lo the American
! legion for Its ue as rlubroonis.
Senale bill No. II. bv W. J.
Ilollnwai of Hugo, fronting a
I entnnilssloii of educational survey
! and making nn appropriation of
I Senate bill No ii. b the seuiiln
riniiiniiieu ni, .i.'i''i'i iii.i'.ii". ii
thorlxlng the I'l'linltiirsemeiit nr
n L. Iloxle rnr sums loaned the
oonatc when the slMttie or Se
nuoyali was pla' ed In the national
Senate bill No 1, bv M W.
l'tlgh of llnlse Cltv. providing
nilthorliatlon to the ennnnlsslnnerj
or Ihe land offlieNlhat Ur mav
turn over reitalo lands the
panhandle agricultural colleije
Senate bill Nn 11. bv .ludge .1
J. Johnston or Walters, stithnt-l.
Ing appropriations ror the Carr
eron agricultural school at
Hn.ite 1nlnt resolution No. 1.
by James Spurloik or Mamon. re
latllig tn repair on certain bridges.
Sennle joint resolution No 3.
appropriating funds to pnv e
penses rf certain dlstiht Judges
when they hold point In their dls.
trletH, hut nut of their counties.
House bill No. 30, making ap
propriation rnr the firanlte re
rormatory lions" bill No. ,".3 making an
appropriation for the maintenance
nf the I'nlnn Soldiers' hmne fnr
the remainder of the fiscal year.
(inhibit' for .iiilinsHilnr.
The seniii, rc muni' tnlal Inn that;
din linlnble go In I ign Hlnv a k 1.1
ns atnliassHilnr. wir fin warded lo'
Ii was Inlnnard thai tniiim-row
nioirilng would see a gt-i etiie nt nf the
r null is-in e .mnuillici m nil- House ,
ami .I'liiite inn i iicih nigni
would prol.aldv set the i Inse of the
sffMmi sfter the com litsinn nf the
. onlr i-i-ii' e in nigh! at a l.e.il lint' 1. '
Disputed Hotel Hill
h Cauac of Shooting
f'riNCA CITV, Oklu Ms- l
A joung man hv the nam. nf sntl t
given name tjtikimw it smd to l.n
,r() ,lt (1 ,osll,u h,.ro ,lf.
f ,. .. . M,frr,.,n2 .
iroin n Riiiienni wminn in ine uiiier
thlgll or I'm left leg, Hn u.ts al
leged to have been shot iar. this
morning hj H II liennir, prtipti
etor nf a hotel there, Still was a
guest nr Ihe hoiel A dispute nme'
over payment nf lh" tonm lent i
Kenner slates that Still drew- a knjr
..n i,in. ... i iitu. i. .h..i .,. uir..i,..l
, fensr A shotgun wax used. Hie'
' flint lirmg fired from rinse range, I
I K. nni'i- has lint vft Imn arri-eterj. :
Still is I xperlf.l tn re, nvr r
i WHAT MUST. WOMEN WEAR? ;
riial rolnl Mm Hci'ldf Itaiiingo Suit ,
In VMiiikfgiin Cniirt
WAI K I'M Ill M.r l 'I- ,
tmr Glinn V.d,.l '.rerun nf 'Inn
Ct" t,'da 'ins t.iadi detemiant m a j
damage silt mvnliing thi ipii stion
"h"w nni. h co'liitig snail a wmiian
w i a i "
Mis M W. iisiln agii' foe a
traveb.gui iniif.ndiil bet,, re ,lutlce
i mitsmi tt.it s-.r vv,,, we.irlne "i-uf
i, 'It nf III
w In n
nil I ,
I f"1 '
i (J, i J,
a . d
.1 Mia r.
ii. d '
n ' ,
fl ' 01 lies
i 'ie ,
Huge Sum Involved in Two
Tax Decisions Handed Down
By Supreme Court of U. S.
lncicnsp of Assets Not Invested Cnpititl, Decision Which
llrings Millions Into Treasury From Corporations Says;
Inheritance Tn.es Cannot He Taken From Net F.statc.
di i iM'tin if tli Htl n iur nut t f'tl.t
r)i i,it ft niti nl ia ii i vt ii I input n '
It tri -r lit , illlfl. I Mt t in M. in at
1 1 1 1 1' i i i i 1 14 1 f i 1 1 ii1 l ii i n nu pi n fi itn
nf tip i in. tup' n t f nml 1017
I It If IHi'd lilt llf II I pll H I .I's-H 'I
1 1 u 1 nil' tit .1 rtM it in tnw WmI
t.lpilitt lh i.ir1 Hllril in III. HP
ponl ttf thr I n lii'lit linn U irk n n
itlitn t nm i'i ii. from j ruling b
tivimurv offh hu nn thi i nn
trim tiiuM l i'onihl't nl in out
puling the pr nf In or the imporaltnn
mi which the tunes weie in bo -KC,od
In tlie nihil- llei islnn the i our I
ill lid lhal Inlieiilaiii e nr sniiess.nii
tuxes paid tn a slate i nllld not he
dinui ted renin Ihe "net es.ati " taxed
under Ihe i i nuc '
.The laillelle I run Works suit was
'eli.iracti't Iscil l a high Riixeinmeni
nffii lal as "the lini-il iinpnilinl en
sun titfei ting fiiliral flnnnees tu
uilse tn si iial di i adi s ' -he spe-
i tfli piMtlt .1' (S'lie W.l, W liefhel me
hitnls nn the Mc'iiln i mge i.f Mm
nesnl.l pu 1 1 Im si ! fm fl'ii OOn ., m
WAR CLOUDS GO
'Soft Pedal' Put on Talk
of Rupture Over Siles
NEW PARLEY, IS PLAN
1 " 111,1 u,u
May Meet Later in Week to
IWItlS Mav K, -Theie was a
lessening ioda of the, tension which
hnd been lauaed by the break b-
tween I Vani-e and Gi-eal llrltaln owr
Upper HUesl.i The "sod pedal ' wus
put upon "war talk" which inn w
stiongly Kiiturday alter I'n Inlcr
lltliuid ill l.lc Ills iisclar.illoii that
I'tniuc mill. I lint !' l i.i In iieiiliiil If
(icrmany look up urms ugnlnst I'u
land 'I'hc hnpe whs cxprcssrd Hlni the
x-chauiliri of 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 rs wuiilil glie
a into nf coiifidi lira- to I'letnler
Kr.iluil this we'k, which wmihl show
the s.illil.u II j of I 'r, un e nnd that I Im
I'l-eiich anil lliltlah pivmleis wmild
meci tuiliif diitlcl) afterwaid In ton
ferciii e In re.u h a nlfled ue Istoli
nil the iifWrsi llreliraitil illslrlct i.f
I'hiropn- -Lppei Hllesl.l.
It was declai ed of I Ital Inten st for
il,e alllcN tn nialulatii tneir unlit.
terrupKil unit) ai this time, now ihiit
ilei-iu,iu has o'lipted the allied ill
l lliuilll in I i iini'- Is ili lr-riiiili. it lhal
her intei-rsi- and those of her alVis,
I'oland. sluill le cniiscrM'd bui
l''iain-f nfli.-luis -aid that p'rauee
wotilil nni he gulllv of any action
that would play Into Germany s
(icrinan. it was declared, would
i lew with Intense satisfaction any
compute break among the allied
priueis.it this eiliical time. I'urllier
lunre. It is likely the I'nlteil Sialns
would take alarm and wlhilraw' frdm
Ihe allied i'ouucIIh If tin- ciitmilo
nations began to nu.irrc. itmong
Great Hi Haiti Is rrpnrtid to lie
sending troops from tho Illilne to
I'per Hllesla In assist In tile resto
ration of order -o that Germany can
have Un further complaint.
Irr.ince Is tf.idy for mllltaiy a.rt!on
in either the east or Ihe west.
If goaded Ion tar bv lirimauv. shr
t na utilize the big army whhh
has been mnlill:neil In rs'Hern 1'ranc,
for ludependenl oei upatton or loon
German territory but there were no
oierl Inillcaliniis toils) lint till'
mid be .P. ne
It Is belleieil
I he supreme i mi m ,1
w ill be uniiii'ined In ineei a ii bin
Ii n dajs in take ilc i-i f nciimi upnn
I pp'r Slb'Sla The I'nltid ."lllle
wil If r' iliesi ni. i b. i i. Inm I Gi urge
Muni) Ani'ii.an .hi.Im o' tn
Youitf (lirt in Waotla
.car llrixloti' daiiHcs
Score ft; Nothing Found
tlr ii l it ii ,1 i; i ,.'..,.,' i
I ' t lllinllii; .' lid I'i I
mill ' tint i In a t nf 1 1
si an h .'nnd net ei bv
i Htm lis nf I Ills i I"
ni s r ago
, 'i. ..nip. s
i , i it i and ii
il ti umbet nf
ml fa liners
iilaht and Moods, fsiled
t ra.-i nf In . it , inid. so
Ount' a'lllli.rl ns have ns-
IHlneil I. h
st and mm h uivs
he pi-fsf ncf of tho
suit. Ml till'
S tiriri, wslkiig tlimigh th
wrmd late Suiidat afternoon srtw
the i hil l, and wlf't she ran f n
htm. he reported Ihe nutter In i Itv
, aulhnrilies It was at flint he
licvid the child had sruei ft-.. m
, In t farm boon but an InvetHgs
ilnn illS' loscil no ihlldrcn were
. ilssing fimii any home In thi u.--
it lei northeast nf Ihis clt
I Infiirrnallnn teaehiiig the iity
Itofflifts heir indlcal's Hint a man
and wmnan in an KUlomoblle stop
pi d tlun i,ii lien- where Ihe n''
gi n ra w l he g 1 1, at about i i Im k
m tlu iiftertionn nnrl tlial the rae
was iionprd h the side of the road
inr half an hi.ur II
now In -.'
as I' ft in
ilinl ", I I II" hild
1 I -. I II' I II,' "
, ' ' a , . - I
in 1 -mi ,
i "tnpun '
H -I I" iftti' i.rl the t tn
hi n u i lnnt i'tt of 1 1
I lif li rffinr In m
t ot rr ft
limit tn t-wti
1 1 uimI- tls
st Vi i - jii"' .t nl i i 1 1 if
Himic mi iM'-lnn.
t mUHniifi of iltii'm in
liMr.i Iiiimi upon th t(.i hi lin'M
1" tnu hut f r n p 1 1 mn hhip, n dm
iMMAlinipt hp h it It) nm v nn
lal sums tesultiinjl tiinn sppreclated
value or h pi a I asaris.
Tin- Inheillance tax ease was
brniiBht lo the supreme in url b
execulors nf the estate Mf the late
J. I larsen I'utdv of New York
Nn Irs than rie sU'en had nil
lecled laxes un the turitmer of pni
linns ni the estate within I It' ll Jut ls
illitiyiu and the fMreulnrs ,1,4 lined
Hint nil I In r sums ahnulil be ile
iiii' letl Jiefnie feileial taes mi the
"net isfiite' cmild be liaallv cum
putid Hi fus. it nf tax i nllfclnrs tn
ague I" Mils emit , nt l..n was upheld
in tut it l.v lie tie.i'UlM department
i in TIM I l ''. !.'. I Mil I.I.N'
DIES BY OWN HAND
K. D. Martin Menaces His
Daughter, Then Puts
Hullet in His Head
OLD INJURY BLAMED
an Automobile Ac
Years Ago. Had
, UAI.iAh. Tt'ta, May t - It l.
.Martin. 5, hanker of ( 'hecotH h.
'okla , was found shot in .It nth here
todai. t'nllcn mid ii ... .n.o nf
sulelile. lie was i Isltlng a dnughter
hn Is atlendlng a girl s school here.
, .1 n-illmr in n, ,i,.i,..i,ior ml.
nrv. her father came til the' li'nion
where she liv while . , n-
Hi'hnol here, til.ieeil lila si in .'ilmnt
her and cninpljlned that his head
w-.is "killing him." lie pulled ,i
llUll.l ,.. ,,,-,tl. In tl, .....n,. ,.lrl
nml .'minted ii n i her hi. i i,o r.,!
and escaped .
i Mr Martin ran after her she said I
and when she eiadcd htm. i-etuined'
tn bet- riiiim and find a bullet into1
Mr Mnitin was Injured sometime
ngn In ,in aututnoblle accident hla
daughter n.ihl She ml. I. d that he;
wa piesldent of the I'Hsl Natrona)
hank at Chei otah
III, II I TO A( ClllC.ST
STILL HOI lll.ltlill MMIIIN
.Ml SKOGIIi;. .Mav t -News or
tlm di atli nr It H. Mai tin, president
of the l lrst National hank ut Chociv
tab. okln . created a profound sen-
m.i I Inn in ( hecotah and
where ho wils prominent. Relatives
today recalled that Martin sustained
it serious automobile ,-n r Ident omo
years ago alnl had never fully re-1
mured rrnni his Injuries. They
also eay that since the death nf Ills
wife a few jears agn he has grieved
lletijainln Martin, vino-prcslilenl
nr the Cmnnieri l.-il National h.nik of
thlsillv, ami Villard Martin, prom
Im ut all ,-riiev. nephews of the'de
ceased, were loalh tn believe their
urn e ban committed suicide. They
left fm Dalian to bring tin n mains
Martin hid been president of tho
I'. i nk at Clu i iilah since Its oiganl
uitlon iNO COUNTY JUDGE YET
( nininlsslniif e l)n Snl Ngris' nn
Sin fi-ssiir fnr S HHiims: (icrnlil
O'lli'lrn nml '.. I. Holt.
I niiblr lo agier- iinm tlu appe.nt
m,n nf a t,i. . . ,sm I,, l.idge VA Ii
i.liH in- nf i o ii nt i .unit resigiieil
'n a . rpt an appointment mi tin?
ilinii. t .nun hem Ii ol Tulsa enunfy, ,
'he bnjrd nf Tulsa munly roinniis
sinners after Ihirshing out the mai
lt r In a si ssltfti Mondav, iijourned
tn Tuesday morning. While no or
ri' In I infoi niiillon was divulged if-,
ter ihe meeting it Is understood that
Gerald O linen, lot morly deputj
distill I ituii I i Irrk and sn rs-ser-v
Ir e man. and 'A. I I Unit, an at
tririiev nf llrrikrn Allow wete Ihe
tivn men upnn which ilin n i Ion
i entr red
o Mt-tr n . andiils' v has hern s.n.
.ken of favoral.l. bv mam nnm
I hers of Ihe Tulsn cnunl bar asso-!
iilallnn of which he Is a member,
sod II was s.i id last night thai hi
appointment wnuld not i nine as a
sin pise, alilmiigh he his mad. no
I eaiiipaisn rot the pontinii uf count. v
I'ftttsiiiess Men' to Ilc
(,'iven I'oslal Urcths
WASHINGTON. Mi.. t Post,
mssti-i' Genera I Will llsvs nn-
nounced today that new tisis for
'j post masters Hppi'liiH'd will he h.isgl
' leargeiv nn i Mimiiia'tim nr i ne
plb ants buslniss training Mini
"The eainlnatl..n w lib li will
inn. lu t.'d Hv tn ainiii. .mis linens
will In until"' I'll 'i srf , Hi
1 i i ..I 'i ' id
,, i 'il. i'i ' . '
DevcreuK Safelv Deposit
llox Opened Monday Is
Found to Be Empty
$150,000 IS MISSING
Story of Two Women Held
for Death of Attorney Doea
Not Hxplain Mystery
NO TRACE OF NOTE FOUND
'Will Search Deposit Roxcj
in New York as Possible
Location of Fortune
The esla e of Jude John DeNoreu,.
has completely diaappea.' ed. Closet
and Intimate friends sav that six
montlii ago the Judge was worth
niiyway $150.1)011 and yeaterday
afternnuii It was definitely known
for Hie first time that Im was ap
parently a poor man when lis dltd.
Nnln and llonds lione.
Acting under the Instruction of
Cminty Judge W. It. Wllllamn.
I i ii n L II n 11 Griggs, who has been
appointed administrator of thn es
tate nf the dead Jin 1st and B. T.
siuckard. Wlllmltigton attorney
hrte In ihe Interests of tho Judge's
nnl Hi Ing relative, a slsler, Mr. S.
T. As-he, went Into the surety de
posit box In t lie Liberty National
, liank Monday afternoon and found
two rubber bnndn, nothing more.
A llO.nno promissory nnln, which
was at first thought to havn been
sent to his sister, nnd JI.1.O0O In
Liberty bonds which are known tn
; hate been in Iho box Homo wanks
I ngn are uilswng.
Where they are Is purely a mal
lei of speculation. The HO.OOn note,
which bore the signature of lllrd M.
, Midulre, law partner or Iho dead
I lurlBi, was said In l'ave been taken
i from the box on May 7 by Mr
Jesse James and Uoldln Gordon.
n il men nf lint Jlldce. both or whom
, "r" "w llpl1' ln J"" charged with
I bl" death, ltoth of tho woni'n d-
I lyllled that they got tho note on u
i iilgited nrdcr of tho Jutlgij. They nli
i h'1111 Own Ihe box was empty. Mr.
I 'biines said lh.it tho Judge on the
fiillowlng day sent n letter In hi
"'"'"r. and It was thought that he
might have sent her (ho note. How-
Ihiii theory was cast aside
I i when through the sister's attorney
It was learned that she did not re
ceive the note. Tho Gordon woman
'' 'I"" "' Saturday night the
Judge was glancing over the nota
with W. M. McKcllop, client or Mc
Gulre's. looking over tho Judge's
shoulder. She sayti, that she lett
the rnnin ror a rew minutes and
Hint McK'cllop h moment later lert
hiinledly Mchtellnp denies such nn
Ills I'n rlu ne Vanishes,
The biggest surprise to Ihe Judge's
ft lend i. ill-curding to Griggs, Is th
appai cut disappearance or hl.s fin -tune.
It Is known that the Judge
sold an expensive home hero and
n 1 a one at Guthrie nnly a tew
mouths ago. Hhls friends say thai
he Invested Iho proceeds In bonds
.,..,1 an llUu .,...1 t 1,1. ,l,,.u
' Tr lrnrl'' "1'H lnry """"" talked
or ihe hnnd market nnd the Jungs
told hlni only a few weekn ago that
he hail purchased J 15,000 worth of
Thero Is only ono explanation, It
Is said, for tho dlsappoarnnco of his
fortune. Thai Is a nafcly deposit
box In New York City. lie is said
In have mentioned New York ml v -eral
times last Tuesday morning to
his nurse. Griggs j;ais that he has
asked the J. P. Morgan company In
evan-li all the banks In Now ork
j In an' effort to locale this box. The
I reiiult will hn known by the litter
1 part of tills week, It Is mid.
The preliminary irlnl of Mrs.
i lames ami the Gordon w oman w hlrh
' was whedulcd for - o'clock yester
day afti'inonn before Justice II. .1.
Giay was continued until next Mon
d.iy at tho reiiueni of the lounty at-loi-nnv's
office W. L, Cuffey. nn
slslant munly attorney, who is
Il l ll 1 1 1 i il g the rHse. Slid tint If
wanted the continuance as he was
riiileav nt ing to obtain some mot
elien,r The woman s aliornev
11. II Minim, objeried to ihe on
tiniinine srid demanded an ininiedi
sic tii.il. Jusihe Gray in graining
' the i uiitiiiuanre said that hn he
lievid that In order tn hav, a fair
. trlsl tha alate uliould lie .allowed to
i omplete I Id ensn.
Nothing Neil 'I'lirueil l"p
! Official-, readllv admitted vester
day that thev were apparently s.
tur from s snlution nf thn nivsier
loijs death nf the Judge as they were
Ihe night after he died. The enuntf
. .nt. in VT... V.-t
aliornev said lhaL he had diarov
rred nothing new- and was just
about at the "trull's and ' Pollen
offn is Is also admitted that thev had
i developed nothing new but inti
' mated that nnnthrr clue had been
I unearthed that might within an
other day shed sonic light nn the
' rase Hut it was ali'otigi.v believed
In official circles last night that th
nuc racts surrounding the Judges
death wnuld never ho solved. Tile
mvatery or bio rtiath and the ap
parent disappearance of his fortuna
. si l ined to havo been burled wi ll
i Amulicr Witness guivilimcil.
Phillip Stone another one nf ths
Gordon woman's numerous friends.
who ia an employe of a garage on
Hnuth Ilnulder was questioned ts
terduv afternoon but failed to rlt-
""''vulge and information bi.iriug di
' i only on the rtise. according to tlm
.vffuials. sitiine is said to have mm
nf a paitv between the two women
A P Ih'-ks
i "I h
I ill I I ' vv I i
, l 1 . ir ' i
i, . "I nod no o
. ar 5 pu i 'l '
.11 NV is U
Pre n '
Lie cntn una
I ri lt r an
lltr-ty hunt it,
MINI I'I . M-ll NI',
a rl - ..-I .I-I I. u ,1,
.lit Auits.aaio r.tr-i.t..
n r, noil u 1 lama
n I'.vui, runtiiipi