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RELIABILITY CHARACTER ENTERPRISE
OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NLWSFAFLK
l iVF.HACJK ftWOHN NKT PAID '
i I I.ATION. MAY i
VOL. XV, NO. 215.
TULSA. OKLAHOMA, FBII) V, Jt'NK IL 1SHI1
1(5 PAH US
PRICE 5 CENTS
LOCAL RED CROSS
i p nrnnnui7cn
flea'L for Tremendous
T;istv of Uniting Fam
ilies of Riot Victims
W.1I Make Complete List of
All Votjrops in Camp for
l'.-e of Relatives
RELIEF DEPOT ESTABLISHED
Bofkrr Washington School
quarters for Disburse
ment of Supplies
i .il rhaptrr tjf the Hod
i been completely (p-or-'
r tht tremendous task
I f .re Tills i, that of rm
1 toth'ng ulul shelter foi
'mi'li n negroes of Till.-i
p . enter general head
t' Kouith and l'iii''Jnn.iil
1 ! g'nonil director and
Pc-- h in Tulsa nml vicinity
at- rk of nriy nature for
' "r women, i;nll s,igu
t j x M C A employ, ment nf
' i he lp will he wnt im
J. a .. Tills offer Is made to
r. tin ,i f.tr .18 possible the
"f un-niplm-d pegi-ofs
t 0 .ham In charge of the Hod
1 -3 . ,ii,p nt the f.nr grounds, re
i.ff work has been classified, the
dfp.ir'ti i" is organised, and depart
nmij .Lienors nanied who will
ijpp- - j II work lti their Ucpart-
Tti- rptralinn of famlllpH and
h ai ;
s .hi ,
! (' '
'r.i hopelessness of re-
th. chaos tf the last two
rts a problem that the
Eamz.'d lied Cinss will 111
;h Us bureau of ItU'titltl
i i iiih d at the Y. M. C. A.
f Itnl.i rt II. Woods. .1I
u ho are seeking to find
'i'v.-, vill register here, anil an
'! upbte i list as possible of
' ' K "- I" lug i.ired for In the
'' -.I'.-.ns about the city will be
T' ' ' fferenre. This depart -
' i '" re.n bed bv telephoning
"'JS' - - ' People ffeklng to lo-
' will find information
,; 1 ' ' numbers are Osage
"' ' I '".iir.' 177.'. iVolunteir
't ' ' 1 w tt't.'l and are reinjected
' ' l:ed Cross headquarters
' T - 'H Mis W. I) (lodfrey
' i of the nursing depart-
1 i-aning Is badly needed.
, is in charge of Mrs. I.lluh
ii. I the receiving station ls
I a' the First Muptlst
"!-! Ii infj of all kinds, tin
as well im outer gur
vantcd; Mrs. .1. A Hull
H li. llelnxman are In
' :lie receiving station at
f A It Is Important,
direi tor I,. C. Murray
.' Inthing be sent to the
and not the V M. '. A..
' i place is fairly swamped
h. added burden of belnu
li-i i Ibuilnt? aBency for
r 1 1
..ir. I "i
in d M -
Kelief icpit nt Siliool.
'K' r W.iBhlnuton sehonl is
depot. Here H. U Con-
harue, and aldlnir In the
i "f food are Orra IJpp.
i barge . f thl.i phase of
k at the deiot, Mrs. A
m. I Mrs. John Wheeler.
i food, elothlnc. beddltlK
1 1 al supplies aro Issued
I'.rown Is in eharso of
! i ros'i hospllal for nocro
I i'e i, id Cinnabar hos
' -'h Main street. The
l 'is relief ramp Is the
(rounds, to whirl) plnet.
. ' were taken from Con
. . nnd MeNulty park
II 1 hi- w III be perma
- nei at headquarters.
" l:i hardsnn, exeeutlve
' i he Tulsa County I'ubllr
ia i ai. hns rhnrKO of
, h . and relief and has
' !' r, at the y. M. C. A.,
""IK'' 'il.'.l. Automobile
t mportatlnn N under
- vi ..f J. c. Anthony.
Hi . over stolen (JihiiN.
I' -'Inc falls the task of
' inir. so far as Is pos
ii id ,,st Rood". Work
t i i b( done from ware
Uirini; Lumber rnmpa.
I i r Ii. r, with telephone
I A Hull and V. I..
"i beaibiuartprs at 1012
I u dint:, telephone Osasn
" . harpo of railroad
1 ' I Ml
1 ai d his assistants, L. C.
' 1 Mrs. Jennie K. Ileum
' is' of tlireetlntr, nsslftnlnK.
e I'd despatcblnK rails, an l
itr inre of niultltudlnous
' lied Cross offlre. Hod
' mrters was a hive o'
' '.lav Inrertors were
1 K inir rornnletincr Ihelp
'cts h .
e' NTINt KH ON PAOn TWO
worn, owners or cars
Gwas $1000 to
-V i .I i.. Ti .. u mid
CMICAiio. June j T'.i Chi- ap.
Trili .lie ,t .!,, , f , M, ri , u
he 'I til., i ia, . i pun, i,i mis Hi. f .i
Ibi 1 1 has been bitter business
H nan brought out the worst
side of human nature.
It may be that tl'ere In a wav
b whli h we ran make il buns;
out our better aide.
There In great want In Tills i.
and, as almost aln.n happens m
them insensate outhurMn of pre
J idli e and ranror, Ihe Innocent
pay a heavier penalty than Un
guilty pay. t In for these inno-ii-iil
unhoused nuis Unit we would
like to do something.
The shame of such wlekednetw
a baa injured Tulsa Ii.i.h torn bed
Iet us roIu the present occasion
to show not only that we have
learned the lesson of decent com
munity feeling, but also to aid tho
sufferers In Tulsa.
Surh an art may help to confirm
(,-ood feeling line and maku belter
The Chicago Tribune herewith
givi-H JI.000 to the homeless III
Ttils,i and we will be gl.ol to re-em-
a. id forward gifts In others.
FUND AT $4,447
Contributions Received in
Day Range From $1
Up to 91,000
AN IDEA WORTH $14
Subscriptions Taken in "300
Block East Second" Nets
That Sum for -Fund
Someone In the 300 block on KaJit
Second street had an Idea yester
day that inci eased by the sum of
$14 The World relief fund for the
homeless and suffering negro riot
Someone went up one side of Sec
ond street and down the other In
that block and In probably a half
hour raised $U, n amounts ranging
from a nickel to a dollar. Someone
brought an envelope (ontalillng that
amount to The World office, in
scribed merely "300 block Hast Sec
Not much money, that til, to be
picked out from the fl.tl" 111 The
World fund when the lat omit was
made at 5 o'clock yesterday after
noon. Certainly not. Its the IDIJA
that's Important, not the $11.
There are thousands mid thou
sands of lily blocks in Tulsa. Why
shouldn't this be a hunch for some
one (n every block In town?. YOl'
xolunteer In YOCU block. Send In
your $1 t or more, or less, as It may
be.' livery dollar means Just a little
less suffering and dtstrr-K among
the unfortunate who have been
thrown upon tho city's charity by
the riot and fire. '
Conlributons to The Woild yester
day ranged from $1 to 11,000.
Tho Hellable Trunk company
phoned that It would glvo r.O pieces
of baggage upon recommendation
of tho Humane society.
The World fund to date:
As prploimtv rpportcd
Miinlnn Npiw PUno I'o
V I'rslg Morion
ItlnritnK HtpVenH ..i...
PaUi-fl Oftlo Suprly .,,
I'p.irrp, Portr (. Martin
W. 3- Wrlpht
Dr. T A. ppnnpy
i; II. Kprfthntr
l'hl T Abbott
Msnhattsn oil fo
fUiprmnn r. KvlUy
No Nima . .
t,outii I r,pkowltl
It .1 r-ookpr
K SI. niailotk
!.( t)ppt of Rinrlatr nil
Walter II. Klrarbk
Mrs J. II Morgan
Wm M. Main
I'.lkp Show Fund
U. II note
A, II nuller
Mra Oprlruda Ilarrlrk
.lan Ad.lama rhautauq'ia rirela.
J. M Starkham Jr. otfipo . ...
Slid ninpk Kait Sp nnd Slr'PI . ,
0. II HUlPtt
. eo on
. i, sad on
1 0 0i.
(lather ' Itrf ugcrs,
A group of lted CYohh workers
went out Into Urn Osago hills last
night about dark In search or nrgro
refugees, gathered up about Hi who
are believed to be amonfr the last
of the fugitives, loaded them Into
cars and brought them back to
town. They were still badly fright
ened, the workers report. AH such
refugees aro being cared for at tho
central lted Cross lamp for tho
Cn.npiTHtlnn In TuUii'a Crll.
Kor 3i Iioiira from TuphiUv nlEht our
tneal cirhar.na wtr anampul wllh ral'l.
With nppralora at rTv (inalllon at Ih9
r Urtiboanla II wa praiilially lm..
l.p to hail. Up apliriml' iatel J00 oon
all", an In. r. ap l""i' "' P"r '
MV.r tin. hir.l. 'U V hil't'.rii. Wp a(
'l-paliil Ihr.MiKh Ih. i '" 'hi l "
if If - ulli' f n. .''.. - li-
pr that p ...'ii.t pi I' r hndl i ubl.c
emerRfnpy lm op
To mono N it. nt ho ' P' I pi-' 'I
HARDING TO WAR
FOR RIGHT ONLY
Tells Naval Crads They
Will Not Fight Except
DENBY SPEAKS PLAINLY1
Advises 'J00 Alembcrs of Class
vt . ... ... .
imii 10 nnow vanity ot
Hank to KtiRiilf Them
WARNS OF SHOflE DANGERS
Advises ComiiiR Officers That
Alore renis Arc Found
Land Than on Sea
HV THANK a. sti:tsom
I. N s Slnff 'nrrppp'indpri
ANNAI'dl.lS, M. , June 2. --Standing
today before I'ibi graduates of
the fnltiil States naval aculemv to
whom hi- hid Jus awarded commission--,
President Harding express
ed the hope that they would now-r
have to fight and he promised them
I bey never would while he was
pUHldeni, unless It be in ddi nse ot
Ule Ami rl. an ronsilenie.
"I hope 5011 never will lie railed
on lo draw a sword or fire a gun,"
said the president, "and I promise
m.i young soldiers that so lung an
1 am mir romiii!indi--ln-clilef. oti
never win have to fight except In de
fetipc of th- American cms lonce and
Tor what .Mm will he abb' to answii
to Cod and to vour fellow men "
"I want no eras en republic,-' con
tinued the president. "1 want an
merle i unafraid, a republic ot con
science, a republic or sympathy a
republic of stiength and a lepubllu
of high Ideals."
Would Tight for .lu-tlre
The president alluded briefly to
the difference of opinion that exists
over the (tiestlon of being prepared
for war. Without ronimltting him
self other than to Mate li- wanted
a "republic strong and unafraid '
the president told the young officer.
Unit there is nothing nobb i in ihn
world than to defend one's imintry
and keep this in mind" he said "that
he fights best who fights Just '
Screlary of the Navy I'd" In
Hi nby Indulged In some "plain tialk'
todnv to the ji;o members of th
graduating class of the nnv.il
academy who received their ill
idonias from the hands of the pres
ident at Ii.-ihlgren Hall.
Speaking Irom the standpoint of ,
one who has been both enlisted man 1
and an officer in the na and In I
the marine coins. Secretary lienbv '
cautioned the voting of fleets against
the "foolish vanity of rank." and ad
vised them to "win the smlli s" of
their men. whbh are "better than
anv decoration '
"So one knows better than I," said
Ule secretary, 'with what great it
spect the enlisted men look upon
an officer, who is 'every inch a man '
No one knows better than I with
what contempt the enlisted man
views an officer unduly burdened
with the weight of his own Im
porani e. We need not worry about
our rank Our fltnefs for It will be
lustly appraised by those associated
with us. The enlisted man will
quickly size you up He wants to
like you. He wants to respect you.
H'' ptobaldy feels ho Is ton much
a man himself to want to be loin
mandril by one lacking any essen
tial element of manhood.
Alwas He a .Man.
"CiO to your men simply and
naturally, a man among nun, giv
ing the best that's In ou and ex
pecting good work hi return. There
Is n smile in the navy and In the
marine corps that men teserve for
those they respect and like. It ls
better than any decoration. Try
to win it.
"Hemeniber. too. that In spite of
many Inventions, and there are manv
of them, there was lw reuses In
human knowledge, still 'the proper
study of mankind in man You and
I are In the same boat today. You
are about to become commissioned
ensigns In the I nlted States navy
Your lives of service begin with the
P'aelng in your hands the meal
ilppfa commissions, whbh delegate
you to the defense nf vour cotintrv
and the upholding or the hnor of
"I. too, have lately received from
roNTlNfi;!) n.v rArn: two
Co-' I'arilif iilu I'ark.
The camp fiesta and open house
to have heen held at the Y. W. C A.
ramp this Saturday has been post
poin d indefinitely on ac ount of tho
week's events in the city and the
prem cupation o fmnny wl'h relb f
measures, in cording to an an
nouncement Just made from the as
sociation. The camp will not he
opened for parties or week-end stay
until conditions are more settled.
Hauling I '! irital if- Adnr,
Iiy tho AaaorlatPd prern.
1-AItlS. June 2. Hugh c. Wal
larn, American ambassador. toda
delivered to James K H n Kelt, the
American actor, a rahie message
fiom Secretary of States Hughes
transmitting tin fi 'i i. tints of
I'r .snlelit II nil" g l.i Mi lla.ketl
Tin li' tor will l l r in 'Ma.Hilh
u' on iK.a'.r hifle il on tht
ail 1 . . ' tli I'"'-' ' Ii g- erii-
Barney Clcnvcr. Who Lost Ucnvily in Firp, Gives True Ver
sion of Negroes' Sidi; in Terrorism Thnt I'revniled in
City Tuesday Night and Wednesday.
e I I hum I '
linn s li spoil
I.' I III- I..US id '
'.in to bripg Ihe
lble for tin outiage I
J'""'"'- Th- nm- .1
everything tint I has
M I S
In in i mutilating and I
Itarnev Cleaver, negro icput
sheriff and a polb e officer of oars
of expei lence, said tills to a World
reporter an he came out of a cpdh
lug store where he had Just pui
cbased a suit of summer underwear,
lie. lost sevi rut houses and all the
earthly belongings he had b'lt
could be wrapped In a bandanna
loH'-llrail the Leader.
Cleaver named Will Itoblnson. a
dope peibllei and all around bad
negro, as the leader of the aimed
blacks. He bus also the iihuics of
threw otheis who were in the armed
gang at the court liousi. The rest
of tho negroes participating in the
fight, he sav.-, wen- former scr n
men who had an exaggerated Idea
of their own Importance and want
ed to show- the white folks Unit
nothing could Hit Imldatc them. Tht v
lid not I. clung here, had no regular
employment and wete simply a
floating element with seemingly tin
ambition lu life but to tomt'Ut
Asked If any of the blacks really
partli Ipallng in the buttle had been
killed or wounded Cleaver said that
he had counted nine of them Iving
dead In one place, lie believes that
many more were Mile. I lie espe
cially laments the death of lioctoi
Jackson who. he sas. was one of
the best men of his r.n e In Tulsa
Page Offers Help.
A hciling balm was adminlHtered
to Cleaver's wound this morning
when an offer was received from
Chalesl'ngo to build him a new
ROW AT CAPITAL
FATAL TO THREE1
Stray Bullet Kills White
ilan, One Negro, .
Knifed, One Shot j
SCRAP OVER LAWSUIT i
Pnlicr Hreak tnlo FiRht, Kill
iiiR One NcRro After One
Has Heen Stabbed
Ily A-iim Utpd prrHM HLUp Wlrp.
OKLAHOMA t'l'l"t . June -A V
Wheeler. -.'X white and Willie Sadler
and Claud Slander. Ncgm youths, (in
dead as a result of a shooting and
cutting fray hen' lute tmlav Sadler
was stubbed to death by three ne
groes after nil alleged alienation
by the llrgroes over a lawsuit, It
Is said. Slander, the other negro,
was killed ' by police officers who
Intervened. Wheeler, the white man.
was killed by siray Hhnls fired by
the negroes, police said.
Sadler and Slandoi, accompanied
by other negroes, are said to have
met on a railroad track and after
an alleged iilteiratlon between them
over a lawsuit, which came up In
inurt yesterday, Sadler was stabbed
He was i arrb-d to a house a short
distance away where he died soon
Slander was thnt bv police offi
cers who lame up as In- and the
other negroes were firing Into thi
house where Sadler la The otln r
negioes esc.ipi.l Wllielel was
siandliiL' betwein t hi in grin s and
the house, and when tin-, opt m d j
fire upon tlii. In. up. , In was mi ink
In tin In ad In i i If' bulb t and
died a fi w niinutis i f i i Ha-lung
SAY BUILDERS COERCED
I'o r ci I to llu) I ' in ! I 111 DI i- I ten I IVt
talc to I't'l Ismiis for lliillillii',
Work. I haigo.
NKW YOICK, Jnm .' Some of
the largest sivlnus hanks and flro
and life Insuiaine nunpanles in
Ameilia, tin' l.oekwood legislative
inmmllli e was told lotjay. hove, fie
quentl lonipelled borroweis who
wanted to ere t buildings to pur
chase ulldesll able ri al estate held
by th'se InstltiitloiM before they
would grant the te.i;isis for loan-
The real .state unloaded In this
way came into the possession of
these i in poi alloiis through fore
closures and they were anxious to
he lid of It. it was alleged.
Among lorporatlons so accused
were the Prudential Life Insurance
company. New York Havings bank.
.Manhattan lafc Imuran, c company,
Mutual I'Ifn Insurance mnpuny
I'lm.dre city Savings luink. Mi-nnk-lyn
Sailngs bank. Dime .Havings
bank of Mrookljn. and others.
Tin i' in am
I.. u-iM-ii In lb.
Hoi, I'nii.ilv i
.,. 1,1 1 w In. h '
I a. I n s So. ii ' v
. Inn - h I i da .
pus! pit' i d . 'el
of 1 1 I, n b
ra Ton '
I ll is Ii. i ti
.n a- i-.i
to i. pl i thi
ii nam. . The
w ih ..I..- ..f tie
in ih. ni-giii si-i
i . i - Pl Ml of
ib -tr-m d
'' most preicn
bat I Ii a 1 lew i d fl Om the
He Sait Tumble Alicnil.
"1 left tlii' i unit house about I
o'i loi k because I wa-f woriled foi
the suteli of on fanill No dlffl
cully was i xpi-rli'iii-eil In getting
through the white lines. When l
arrlted In the fjllillv of l Iri-cti w o..,l
I came upon the ailv-incc guard of
the blai k aim I iiiltlsi-d Hum to
go on home, that mailing would
happen If the behaved themselves
'"You will cause ibis entire part
of town to be binned If you keep
this up,' I told them
"Milt they only laughed at me
When I tiled in ilierse them tln
thieateiii'd lo shoot me. Ho I went
home. My wile was badly frlghl-eni-d
and I told her to bae Ih' dis
til, t ami go out Into an addition
w In re I have some propiily Min
go the family together and left
"Kmne of the armed negiois had
qiiarteied themselves In one of my
houses and I went over lln-ie and
foried them to vacate. My that
time ihe firing had started In earn
est 'Ihe blacks were shooting fiom
Cle.ivti- hall, which I owned, all. I
the pin-.' was being bnmbarileil
from the outside Knowing that I
could do nothing I remained Inside
until finally ii-siuid bv 'lie otf leers
My piopcrty was not set on Hie but
was burned hoi a use it was In the ill
icit path of the ri.nin s "
Cleaver esilmates Ihe number id
l.ln. ks undei arms to have been
alioiit 7.'i lie sa i there Is nothing
to the itliii'ii that llu negroes had
been organizing for the purpose of
making sir h an invasion fui some
TO APPRAISE ALL '
LOSS BY NEGROES
Property Owners Asked
to Fill Out Blanks Which
Will Be Distributed
WANT LIST OF LOSSES
HeRin Preliminary Survey of
Cost Necessary to Heliabi
tate Iiurned Area
Appraisal of all properly de
stroyed In the line i lot fire Wednen
dav niornitig will lie commenced
I'llday mottling by the Tulfn Ileal
lstale exchange to whbh this duty
Was delegated by Ihe executive com
mittee of tho board of public, wel
fare yesterday afurnoon.
Hindquarters will bo opened n a
lent at the i oilier of (lieenwood and
Ilrady avenueti. Property losers are
requested to report theie and fill
out the blanks which will he fur
nished them Clark WhileMlde Is
chairman of the xilmnge com
mittee. Thin Investigation peitalnn both
to negroes and whites, landlords and
tenants. Kintiin should repm I thnlriin
losses in furniture and wearing ap
parel. Losers arc- advlpe'd not to
consult any attorney an competent
legal advice will be furnished free
of i hinge by th' exchange. All ef
fort will lie made to olio, t th'i In
sunnier on Ihe properties deinroyttil,
i 'unnl'b'1 iitlnn was !'. in at tho
Tbilisi!. iv noonday meeting of the
i xi hinge to the priietb alirtllly of
."iiveiling the biiiucd area into an
iiidusiilal hi. ll.. n with the ii'imll
that the n'gio district would he re
move.l to higln i and mure lunltary
ground to the northeam. The vabiu
of the aiunt property for negro i Journalism." which hi stated Is an
residence property is only ,J500laid to lawlirenk'is and those who
pel bit whlb for lndusirlal purposes I do not wish to abide by I In law
the valuation Mould avctage about! tbnernl llarrilt said ".in Insolent
Jl,7.10, It was stated. A ronimlt-1
ten whs ,'ippolnii il to work In con
junction with Uie gineral commit
tee and the entire mcmbernhlp pres
ent tendered Its servb eH to the work
of lining foi Ihe deslitute and rt
plonillon of the devastuled area.
(K'liti. nn iisri I
"Notllllii; In S(ii" lliihi'llMin.
Hy A-t.ii .a li d I'resf htalp Wiip
OKI.AHO.MA CITY, Jiint 2.- iov
J. II A Itohertson hi rived lu i e to
night rrom Tulsa and teilied when
he leached his home. e has no
statement t" make, in:, onllng in his
seiietury. "What more could theie
be to say si this lime'" he asked
win li the secretary asked him If he
wished to be interviewed.
Hoy .Murder Cusp to Jury.
KNOX. Intl.. June 3 -The rase
nf Cecil Hurkeit, n years old,
charged with the murder of Ilennln
Hlavln. Ills 7-ear-old pla ) unite. wnH
given Ii. the un al ,- pl ii'. In. k this
.If I' I
ll I I
II !' u ! 1 1 1 IM
i- A I n it
t f.,t th.
,i i f.n
on ) . I 'It
FIRE AT MEETING
Condemned b, Citizens at
Mas.-, Moot for Failing
to Prevent Kiot
Igioes s a lesult of the rioting
WOULD PUNISH GUILTY;:::;;:; nim ,,n" w" -"-
Implicated Whites as Well as
'Mlacks Should !e HrotiRlit
to l!ar Says Martin
ilAPS 'YELLOW JOURNALISM'
Adjutant General Stiyn It Aids
Lawbreakers; Ui'Krets Pre
County and city polb e offli litis
were seveiely "scorched" for t lit 4'
failure"' lo prevent the lace riots of
luisdav night and Weduesiliu
morning by I, .1 Mai tin and olliei
'IIIsi-iih who composed a mass meet
log In the municipal nudum linn
Thursday moinliig The meeiliiK
was i ailed for the purpose of formu
biting quick relief measures for the
di'stltuto negioes. ami resulted In
the formation of Ihe cM-cuihe com
mittee, In-ailed by .Mill lilt, whlih Is
vested with nillhorlt lo cope with
the relief situation us It deslies.
An Official t'nllap-f.
Martin di" lined vehcninrtiv that
county ami illy ujilhorltlc-t "fell
down i h 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' In the euu'l gency,
at a time when most -of the Double
mild hae been averted by the
piompl actions of a few iniiiageoiis
officiis. At Ibi' same 1 1 ill u lie did
not spine I he lllr.eishli of Tulsa
that meekly Htmid by and wnlched
the depredations. He declared that
polb e piotectlon In the clly nnd
county have hei n giadually hut
ly falling, and that I here Is sub
slam nil I'lldenei' of Inefficiency
'I xiirgi'sl that If the legally ion
"litllted llllt llOl Hies It II Hot inpc
wllh llu sitniiMon, we obtain inn or
mote spiil.ll men, luefeiably fiom
llu Aineibaii I.eglon, to assist Ihe
officios," Martin slated He as
sntcil that not only the guilty lie
141 in h bill also the guilty whites
should be piinh'hi'd, without icgard
lo standing. 1 1 Im declarations were
i.hareil b C II Homers, attorney,
who stall d that every poison of any
color who lolueil III the rioting
should have been killed lit- de
clareil also that local business im n
an- not fiiltlllliig tlieli duties lo the
hi'iiii'li ei negioes- that there ap
peals lo be no ceutljil agency
haiged w Ith their t are.
Whole Cll Must Help.
The entire i It y must help ciiim
the burden of ree.onslruciiou, was
the statement of II, I, Htandcvon.
who urged that newspapers and
other agent les of pilhlli Ity he used
in the utmost iu speeding Ihe gath
ering of funds.
Martin wan not over-confident
that county and city pollen would
be able to cope with thn situation
after national guurilHmen leave, and
urged that measures be taken to In
suie the safety of tho cillenshlp
against further rioting when ihe
dep. ii t.
I.nrld Stories Ulaincil.
Adjutant (ienernl Chun P. Marrelt
declared that liulil stories uppi iilng
In Ihe newspapers have contiihutid
townid outbiiaka similar to the one
Tulsa, and that this iniidltloii
pievalls over the entire country
These stoili'H, he di" lured. hne
hampered public offb luls, state,
utility and city, In tlndi work nnd
have caused people to icgard the
law more lightly than ever before,
ami at a time when It should he
respiited the most Alia, ks on
various admlnltitrnttons. he ex
plained, have an undermining effect.
In i on fere nee with Mainr T. D
Kvans, Urn. I H. A Ilnbertson and
others Thuisdav morning I In- adju
tant gineral ngii-ind tin- ineva-
i lein e of what he teimed "yi How
ingro, u liysierbal girl and a yellow
oiirnal leporier" iiiusiil thi line
Anotlier Mis'llne 'lislay
The executive i oiiimll li of the
Poind of control will meet again at
10 o'i lock Kildav morning ai tin
city hall to further discuss ineihod.
of handling the relief situation and
lehalillpailnK the stilekeu ttcgr.i di
ir.ct Minibeis or tht1 i tilttiiiltti as
a liodv este dny ilsppired the si. in.
of affairs nnd derlsicd tlnv will
li-nd I heir assistance Pi In inglng lo
Juatlie those who stalled the i lot
They are also agreed thit Uleic .t
lime foi oratoy, hut lhl relnt)
measures miisi mm' quickly and ef
fectively Ornli' .Miinkticp 'I nil.
M. I. I'olllidslone, vice piesidnnt
nf the newlv organised I'lvltaii i lull,
helped organize a Clvltan club In
Muskogee yesterday and stated upon
his return last night that 10 rin-ni -I.
(!. ompilc tin ih w ot g.t nii'.atlon
I on i -f)
, in . o in ' In
I i i ll.
I. ,ii t.
Riot Death Toll
Reduced to 30
I lid ..I In I
r.i. i Hi ii
. lo.l.lc late . s'
ii IK I .ll I'll, II I. '
offl. lain dls I.
so tar their an
I la i in l
Known ib ad -10 whites and
Hevetai off lila Is made a pail la I
ln csliKiitbin In lie di'Mialale.l aira
but falbd lo find am bodies or
charred leiu.ilns. It has been ron
Hlstenti irpnrtctl that many ne
griiis had been Inn lie. I Inn this le
poil was scuffed by officials It In
111. night Unit n morn i omplclc In
esilgatlou whh h It Is ti i.l will he
abide 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 j 1 1 . 1 may disclose a
few mole bodies but officials said
last night that the list of dead would
not rem h nun than In at the most
Till- loll.. wing Is a list of Un
known dead as gained In. in a sur
vey made of the local uiulei taking
pill loin by a Win Id if poller
Sin lib') dlil line I'm Iocs.
Waller D.'iggs, ,1.ri vears old, 7:11
South Denver, single, local man.igci
of tin- I'lerce oil iirpoiutlon. D.iggs
was archil nliilly shot In Ihn im. k of
tin hind ill. ..ill III o'clock Tucsd ly
nlKliI when tlii' first Nlmls were
fli'd at the 1 1. in I limine He died a
few minutes lalei at Ule Tulsa hoa
pllul Ills father will arrive lu
ViiIhii mi j 1 ii i 1 1 til i- I rnl.i y and II Is
llioilghl that he will lake Ihe hod
li.n k wllh him. I'll in r.i I arrange
In. -nls ale
nwiiillliK the .iilh.il of
I l.inUeoll, 27 yens old,
who tiled alniilt nooti
al the Physicians' and
Suigeous' hospllal, shot III aims and
abdomen. He gave Ills iidtliesH as
Jinks, no funeral arrangement
have been made
John Wheeler, negro, porter 'it
Klrst National bank, wheie he had
been ctnplnj r.i for 10 yeniH, killed
while on lila way lo work Wednes
day moinlug by a stiay bullet - In
w us not a member of the leituirec-
tliuilsls. Ilia body will bit taken lo
Kent Smith, Ark , for Interment.
Dr. A. C JnrkMin, negro, killed
while fleeing from his home which
had been filed Ho. was tile fore
most colored physician In the south
wesi and was held In high icgard
not niily bv membeis bf his own
line, but also by many proiiiineni
whiles Ills body will piohahly be
taken lo lltitlirle for burial.
Then' were 1 .1 other negroes,
eight of whom wen- Identified,
hulled III pottei's field of Oaklawn
cemetery yesterday. Those w'ho
were Identified woni fill ly Walker.
Henry Walker. IM Ail. nils, Joe
Muller, (li'orgr Lewis, Hani Itee and
IM llow.inl. The 13 hint kri were
burled separately and in plain
easki'is. Some tumble u.'in ex
pet b-nceil in getting giaves dug. but
finally scvcial blacks Milunicernl foi
Mow lira ,l Pallors.
Arthur James, 35 veals old. Wy
non. i. okl.i , shot during buttle In
"IJItln Africa " Ills brother will ar
rive In Tulsa some tlmo today ufter
Cleii Sliuiuatea 2 1 years old, shot
cm ly Tuesday night, died about 10
o'lHni k Tuesday night. Ills mother.
Mrs William Ingersoll, lives in
Neodcsha, Kan. Kunera! services
will tit held at 2:. 10 o'clock thlH
afternoon from thn .Mowbray chapel.
Interment will ho in Hose Hill.
Carl 1). Lotspelrh, 28 years old,
Itandall, K'nn., shot through breast
Died Wednesday morning at Okla
homa hospllal. I'uneral services
liavo not yet been arranged
K. ,M Maker, 48 years old, Ilavl
lanil, Han., died Wednesday night
at Mornlngslde hospital. The body
was taken to his homo Thursday
H. K Austin. 3 eirs old, who
died at tin Oklahoma hospital
Wednesday afternoon. IKforts are
being made lo locnttt i rial Ives. N'o
funeral iirrangomontH hao boeii
I'lve negroes three of whom have
brim Identified. Tho two unidenti
fied negroes und "no nf those who
hnd been Identified were burbd
Thursday In Oaklawn emeterv Tho
identified are- William Tiiiiui. IM
wnrd Kverett and lieorge Keffirv
Hvioeit was burled The two other
In, lib s ai e being held
Holm i i line. . I7 Ki.utli N'or
i fold, son of A II Cllne shot twice
I In abdomen dm lug the righting Tues
day night I'll in i i' -.erylies wcri
held at 4 3d n't lick vest ei day after
noon wllh Itev I S Mai Ions of
ficiating. Interment was in Hose
I H J Wlnthiow. 10 son of A. M.
J Wlni hrow. of Hn It-'ga' hotel, where
'the bnv made bis home He was
'thnt through Hie neck ' No arrange
menti have been made for funeral
1 i I I ' s,
llni i y Harkir 37 years old, win
, was shot liliii limes during the J
fighting Tuesday night. Death was
instantaneous in- is inoiignt m
have s sister In Arvaija. Colo. Thi
authorities there have been notified
to institute a seari h for her. Oarket,
who was Identified hv thu manage"
or tilt K -' Waffls hoiie. r.O t Houth
Main, where he had been empioyed
as n. cook, came to Tulsa last wees
wllh tin Campbell carnival, the wf
ft house manager said, lie iva
not identified until lato yesteidm
a f ' t " oon
'I '.i l p In II I'b'trini: mm ! d '
not 1 1 i . , i . tii-k't oi
M fl Ml.
t II 1.
RULE BY GUARDS
IS MADE EASIER
Barrett Modifies Orders
to Lot Business of
3IDDIS0N ORDERS QUIZ
Crand .Miry Called to Meet
on June 8; Governor, in
Letter, IJrjred Action
A NIGHT OF MANY RUMORS
Scores of Wild Reports Filter
Into Police and Military
'I'he Dai's Di'coH'iiicnls
Illens ii tit I hiislmtw men glut
pletlgc in rebuild Ilium- In ncgm
District .luilg,. W. . Illildlsnii
'nils grand Jury for .luiie s nt
rrqtitM of l.iiM-ruor IIoImtImiii,
"Im nim In '1'iilsii Thuoilav
t'fiilrnl i:ccnihr t-i i m in 1 1 (-.
fiii-iiuxl in lake rntlni I'h.irgo of
li. .1. .Martin charge linn roiintv
mid i lly poller nfflcl U.H ofril ,,,n
mill fulled in orrrr piopcr pni.
Mnrllal law iniiilrriilril upon
oriln-M of iiiljulmit general,
oiniiilllcn riom rrnt yalc c
rluuigo lo nptiral-c prtiwrty bwis.
Maitlal law in Tulsa was grc.il 1
modllletl Thursday afternoon by Ail -Jtltiint
Cieiieral Manrtt. Wetlncstlay
night Ktons weie closet) at i; o-. lock,
pedestrians and motorists wen for
bidden to use tho strietH proinln
ruously alter 7 o'clock, theaters: vr
closed, and street railways and In
terurbans were orderm! not in mmp.
alo aflor 3 o'clock.
.May Ho IJflrd Sihiii
The niljiilnnt general's orders for
'I'lillrw.tnu ..Inl.i li. .!!...- .1... ....
...... n.tu., ii.r.,1. .iii.ii ..in iti.ti tii.irii.il
law iimv soon hn lifted, us tit., itmi.
tatlons wern maiio much tuoro
g. iieioiis llian for Wednesday night.
iinnsiiay nigni s oruers rolluw-
(in i- mid regulations now
farce under oiarlliif law In 'I'i.Il,.
Okl.i.. art. hereby modified as to
closing house for the evening of June
2 aa follows:
"Si reel enra will he run on their
I eg il III r schedules.
"Tuxlcab lines, Jitneys, delivery
ens will b allowed to run until
I I o'clock.
"Theaters: will hn allowed to re
main open tnjhn conclusion nf their
"All hotels, cafes, drug stores,
geneial stores of every description
will bo allowed to remain open as
before tnnitlal law was declared
"Automobiles, motorcycles, trucks,
etc . will he allowed upon Ihn Htrceta
until 11 o'clock.
Miiliig' Colonel In Charge.
"People aro lautlnned against
rongregaiing on street corners or In
limine piacr, or engaging in
giimenlts or heated controversy
"Tho Tulsa police department will
be cliaigeil with tho enforcement
or these modified regulations under
"Colonel Hwell I,. Head, third In
fantry, will be lu command of tho
military forces, with headquarters
at thn city hall. Military guards will
be maintained about the burned
district or negro quarters at the
fair grounds and at or near othei
points where refugees are enngri
gated, for thn protection of the"
camps nnd thn preservation of ol
der. The reserve of thn national
guard will be located at the cltv
"X'nwMnunera ralluniv off., j. t I .
graph and telephone offici will
operated without rest rid lot s
"OHA 1(1 1,'H R HA It It I'.TT.
"Ili'lgiidlor Ouneral Oklahoma
Ons company of nation u gmrd
returned tp Oklahoma t'H Thur
dav afternoon IP cause i.f tin- na
tlnnol guard ent arnpmeii! ,n
Sun do It Is possible tin o' I i
panics may leuvn on 01 h. -me St
uidav With the addition of !
Ariui-lrnii lefflotl tin n .o. n .ti.
ofricnrs. ellv orri'hll- lu ll, w tli
I'.ilTr-l'Bn IIS 1'MIK' I'li.HT
'Villi WHAT II Kit
Tl;l.HA. Jin.. 2 M 4 x i ti. u i i 1 mini
mum ft north tui.l (limit,, ti, ipua.
it., i ;i .nrlips
itKl.alliiMA KtMy nnp.titp.1 prnh
ably tlii.atirf t toii'i in n.itiiw.pt ii..rtiun.
Tislio't laal rvpnta.
Rptail ir.ilu Mi d s ..-t'li'iation, y. M
I . A I! II. i.'rl.n k
I'liamhtr nf l-iinimpfi-p, llltl Ttilaa.
It Hi o r. icV.
l ll rniiiiiitaainnra. rity hall m i.'clei k
Don't bo without the news
from home while on your
vacation. The World will
hi; m uli'tl to ymi every
da v fur ?nr pr w i ek 1 .t'l
OsdK I'UO", t 'riui. ,
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I wii h o- o a I I'll . r ' f- a I
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' proi.. riy w ' "i
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ltd jOi u. AdU.
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1 cyni'4ny 't
.j to Hi" l
ui .ll.Uull U( Ck-lUIU.
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