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THE SUNDAY OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPtK )1 AVUlAOn SWOItN NET 1'AJd' -ftiniif ATTnv jitwii FINAL EDITION Daily . .36,126 1 L unday . .36,265, VOL. XV., NO. 289 REEVES ENGAGED AS CHAMBER HEAD Kmous Organizer of War Replaces Douglas in Director's Chair GETS ?8,5pOPER YEAR Will Move to Tulsa and Take Up Industrial Duties in Middle of Next Month DIRECTORS ARE ENTHUSED Ex-Colonel Held Up as Log ical man to Liven Tulsa; New Job for Douglas - - r . I . lit m 'c i ) TuKi on or before August 1 i lie amp managing director of the t' imbcr of commerce, accord-lit- i nn official announcement ls f . -.unlay morning by Alva J.. X. r""1'nt ot "o chamber of oi it, c iteeves succeeds uoi. C ire 1! Douglas, who Is now in th - t .f Washington on an ox ter, . I visit with relatives and f- J- Colonel Reeves addressed t . i' ibrr of commerce nt Its ve v t eetlng at Hotel TuIb.i Crl d , . n :mil was employed at a ti ik a few minutes later, nttend nl il -c t"rs of the ohamher and j,r 'il -'s of most of tho civic or p , m'' tp Reeves loft Friday night f V York to prepare to bring hi' far !y and personal belongings t ' T . n His salary la to be J 5,500 a jf.ir Colonel (o Direct Publicity. A telegram was sent to Douglas V' 'lir afternoon by Nllrs Inform ing ' id of the action of tho board of d rectors, and assuring hlni the T s' mi rf publicity director of the ,1 , hamber no roon as he returns from his vacation. for several m nllr- Douglas' health has been failing and. according to Nlles, It was felt that tho publicity position will be less strenuous for him to han dle and yet keep him In a position In which he will continue to be a val uable, asset to the city. Colour 1 Reeves' talk at the cham ber of rrmmerep meeting, which wnH the f-rst time he hid been Intro duced to a Tulsa audience, wan con !der. d by directors one of tho most forceful and constructive that v.as ever been heard hero and It required only n few minutes tc '' a deci sion to offer him thn managing dl- J' e tnrship. Well Known ITerc. Hn ever. Reeves Is not a stranger e Tj' ins who pioneered In this sec t. m Anv.ng his acquaintances hern are i s ;. Kennedy. P. J. Hurley and 'hers who knew him .when h liti-d n nktahojna 12 years ago. His re den-e was then at Muskogee. It- ind Vtir-s have been" Intimately o i.,i' 1.(1 for about 20 years, p'trt c.r i h nme was spent together In r , during tho recent war. It i- il m to the reputation of Colonel 1- is an organizer and as a re t ' ..- "rr thu Nlles first consld- ' 'l ' 'i as a possible managing di re i, rf the loial chamber of com t1" " Colonel Reeves, Nlles de ' i 1 v.-sierday, was one of tho ro ntr biggest men before, during an.l ,f.,r the war when ability for ''j'l,,n was so keenly needed. vat responsible for the, b 1 -K 't the American Epedl t Tnrr e university In Trance. 'tip Reeves has been and Is mind in the country's ,if U i.,.ih military and business," v i' lared yesterday, it Is my r that Tulsa 1m fortunate In " .: tlie services of sin h a man. ' at Hits time hen the my ' r ' ,n, ih supremacy In the future r ' h'H Id for It and strlvo for It ' , miier i Itles are peril ipi rte ' K i-' iuse of the so-c.ilbvl ceo r depression." Ill Rccoril Ts Actlc. iif r.f Colonel Renes has e of constant activity, and ,!., ,rv reads almost like fiction, rit'rnal ancestry Ih HnKllsh. his ' ci indfather came from Kn I Prnnsylvanl.i shortly befo-e ' ' I'limnary ar and .lerved In ' 'i 'it'Mi h irmy. His pjreat i:reat-'-''Ntjvi uii on I'Adi: two "V, Free To World Readers If you want informa tion regarding sum mer resorts, beaches, hotels or steamship lines, call at The World office and we will supply you free with literature de scribing same. There is no charge for this service. Resort Bureau World Office Harding Invited To Oil Meeting Scheduled Here An Invitation to president Harding to attmd the National retrolenm Congress, whb h Is t i be held hern July tor tho pui pose of dlsrushliis thn altitude of independent nil producers to ward the tariff crisis was extend ed today by the four producers associations that called tho con gress, In the following telegram- "We have called a ronsress of nil the independent oil prodin in nmnt mtlnns of the fulled States to mitt In Tulsa on the afternoon of July 2r The prime purpose of this ineetlni; Is to dis cuss the policy p our govern ment toward the Independent oil Interests of this country and the -probable effe, t of (he forel;n policy of your administration upon the Independent oil pro ducing Industry uf this country. We therefore extend to you a mcst cordial Invitation to be present and discuss this subject with us." The telegram wns slitne,) by officials of tho Oklahoma (ill Mcii'h I'rote, tlvo association. The fliilf Coast Producers' asso ciation, Tho North Texas Inde pendent Oil Producing as.s(ia tlon and the Kansas oil & Oas Producers' association. GUSTAFSON HITS BACK AT STATE Prosecu t i o n Witnesses Give Evidence of Value to Chief TELL OF STOLEN CARS County Attorney Involved in Latest Phase of Sensa-' tional Case After six days of testimony In tho John A. Oustafson trial, much of which has been of a seml-sensation-al nature, the biggest sensation of the trial and what is regarded aa the biggest victory so far for the defense came Saturday morning from Ray Dickens, a state witness and con fessed automobile thief. Dickens admitted tinder a levere cross. examination at the handw of T. J. Iahy. defense attorney, that when he was arrested In Texas he told I". J. Has, county detective, the arresting officer, that lie was guilty of stealing a I'ord car from lieggs and later told the county at torney tho same thing. Howeor, at ting on their advice, he claims that ho pleaded not guilty when nr lalgned In dlJtrlct court. And Sat urday ho admitted from the witness stand that he took the car. C. o llrady, former "undercover" man foe tho police department who was under arrest by county officials at the time the agreement was made between Dickens and the county at torney, was later convicted of receiv ing stolen property lie had accept, etl the Mokn car from Dickens, and It was acserted at the time that It was largely Dickens' testimony which caused Hrady's conviction Store; Htnto Testimony. Other tfstlmony Introduced by the state Saturday developed the fact that Dan White, auctioneer-farmer, who testified Friday that ho hail to renlevln n Kord car which rightfully belonged to him and wa beitm held .by the pollro. did lie obtain bin car ;at nil Thlh was regarded as a big . blow to the stale t. case White testified that after be had I his car stolen the police gave him i an old car In placo of It. Liter, he 1 claimed, he found his tar stoied In i the Mason enrage under Rav Wards CON riN vrjn ON TAtlK TWi.ni. irishtlmsTecret Pr Vnlcra's I'rcixeu I and Cralg'i Talk With Mojd (ieorpo Closely fJuiirtli'd. Xly the Asnelalel rr. LONDON, J'lH f' Ilamonn i" Valera's proposal and the nature of flir James Craig's conversation with Premier I.I"yd Oeorge are closely ?uardel si rets There w.ls no t onfer enee bete,n the Hrltish prime minister nod the Iilsh republican today. , le Vulera will lnt I.lovd (irorge' probably Mnndav afternoon and in some quarter It is predicted that a roundtable conference mav bo hold Tuesday. This, however, Is only Indicative of th hopeful feel log general'y prevailing regarding the progress of the negotiations for an Irish settlement. The sinn fein tV'egates wcr" Joined this evening by Desmond Pltigcrahl, alnn fein minister of propaganda, who has Just been rc leaed from an Interment camp. rv, ,i.!.rntiu n.M1I remain In I.on- idon frT the week-end. ov hanging W."lts with irisn lympamnen. Three members of the ulster cab inet, also arrived in Iindon this aft ernoon and Joined the Manful of Indonderry, who holds the post of minister of education In North Ire. land. In a message to a war memorial m.t,ni. nt Cnstl, I .!, n I.rndoe- iderry countv lodav Sir Jam, de ' iarc-1 1 it 'tvr fl- ' 1 er- 1 neU'r he ura e, i on a 1 of bis Those ' hal male " sa I preme 81 rifl-e added 'he i ster premier 'trusted us g ve rvMiing away un'i llieir iru-i. win nticr u betrayed." LEAGUE TO KELP HARDING PARLEY Special Commission Will Gather Facts for Dis armament Meet PLAN NO COMPETITION League Not Prejudiced ami Discounts Tendency to Ig nore Its Commission PRELIMINARIES AffE HALTED Officials Inclined to Allow Japanese Ample Time to Reach Decision lty the mi, liteit press. PARIS. July n, -The e,iKue of natloi.s Is going ahead with Its work In connection with disarmament en the theory that it will in no wise In terfere with the proposed tnnfer ti' e on limitation nt armaments In Washington and that It may develop information which would bo uf use 'o such a conference. Vlilnnl Miiy Iti'iiroHcnl franco. That was the derision announced at the opening tndav at the tempor vy mixed commission for the reduc tion of armaments, anoolnted bv the league w hich was presioed over by I none vivlanl of I ranre, chairman of the commission. The tendency In french clrclea to consider the league's disarmament onimlsslon useless In view1 of the proposed Washington conference was deprecated by tho argument that the commission's work In nn way prejudices what any other de llhiratlvo body tuny do, and the sug gestion was made that M. Vlvlnnl's work on the commission would make hlni a likely representative of Krance In Washington In rasn Pre mier Rrlan should be unable to go. WASHINC.TON. July ifi. Dlplo malic preliminaries to tho disarma ment conference went Into a period ,f quiescence today while Japan de liberated whether to consent to the broad discussion of I'ari Kastern problems considered essential by this government If a serious disar mament effort l.s to be attempted. i;nvt Nippon to ilw In So far as could be lenrned no word had come to the fitato depart ment tonight In response to the In formal explanation made to Japan yesterday relative to tho probable scope of tho conference Officials, however, made no secret of their continued confidence that Japan eventually would Join C.reat Ilrltaln. fiance. Italy and China In accept ing full participation In tho discus sions. It was emphasized In official cir cles that no hasty decision was sought and thai thero was no desire here to have the Toklo government arcept tmroHervodly until it had sat isfied Itself of tho exact purposes mil gond faith of the fnlted fiintes in proposing the conference. The general expectation iviu that a delay of several days would ensue before the next Important development. TOKIO. July 15. Yukio Ozakl, former minister of Justice, whoso resolution proposing curtailment of naval armaments was rejected by the Japanese house of representa tives In r'ebruary last. In comment ing today on President Harding's proposal for a conference of the great powers on armament limita tion and far nut. tern questions, Haiti that when he Introduced his resolu tion the people thought It Ctoplan and It was Indifferently treated. Ry HARRY I. RO(lI!Rf3, I V H .-'ttf t ,tr.i nt i WASHINOTON. July 10 The next muvo In the disarmament game is Japan s, It appeared today. ! The fnlted Stales, it is understood. I has made answer to the Japinee In - j quiry loiKernlng the scope of Presl- j dent llnrdinr's suggeetod dlsarmn- mcnt conference nnd has advlseci trio leaders of the orlenl.il nation thai the question of scope Is one whltih must be decided bv the conferring nnj.ons i nd not by the invited nation or any one nation. Reports from Paris that the dis armament commission of the league of nations Is apparently disposed to deftr ait Ion pending the ronferene e proposed by this nation were re- 1 eelei with sitlsfattion In official! circles her. for It has been sug- I gestcd that Japan might express a desire to let the proposed conference go bv the boards on grounds that III was a member of the league of na tions which had already started dis armament proceedings Wall for .lapin. fntil Japan gltes a final answer as to her willingness to participate in the ronfcnnio. It Is probable there will be n" d"'l'ito te, forward liken In the innlrnnn matter, but that Informal ex' hang's "f views (nsTiv'Eii on i'Atu; i,ihi;i; ANOTHER TEXAN TARRED ' i Man in Car With Tsto Women Sclresl ' .Vcnr Rc-uiineiiii : Put Out In Street. RKAf MON'T. Texas, .July Id It. ! Pcntt of Dewejvllle, T' as. wear- Ing a co.it of tar and feathers, was ejected from an automobile on a ' crowded downtown street here to night. A cording to his statements to the , p, 'i e s, n't was d'iMiig iinns the country road about .0 irr', s fr .- 0 ! ir It) g i n mil c. ic w p ii s h s -p I " ga trie p es.-ni r jf si era'1 aul niouiles blocking the road, hi was seued by a number of uni f-.rmetl and masked men who had hidden behind the bushes, Tl'LSA, OKLAHOMA, Shipping Board Plans to 'Ditch' Liner Leviathan NKW OHU. JiiIt 16 The giant tin r Levu'.h.ui. ihlch bat been idle at her pier in Hoboken for two jeais, testing the taxpay ers l.'i,l)otl u liioiilli for npkrtp, will be oideied reconditioned, sahaged or n.,,l wllhln the next month. This wan announceil to day by Chairman I.nskur of the shipping boaM after he had In hiccled ilu- lormer lierinaii liner Vaterland. which wa.i seized dur ing the war and converted into an Aim Mi nn Iioopship. If II lie de, ideil In n fit the 61,- ooo-iun steamer and put her on the kcis again as a llrst-il.ma pasHenaci liner. Hie mil pmhahly Would lie 1 1 -',11111,111111. expitlH "lil Mr Ijasker. She tnuld be run erted lulu mi oil builiel' and nude ready Iitr , i vice by feb ru.ny, f.t.'.l. The t,,tt of building mil refitting a ship of thu same Uc t. diiy would be In the neigh borhood of $;10,UOO,OUO, It was ts t ini.l 1 1 ,1. UNCLE SAM PAYS DEBT TOBRITAIN But Crown Still Owes Us Four Billion and Kive Hundred Million 0. K.'D BY DAUGHERTY He Held Usual Rule Did Not Apply; Settles Claim for Transporting Yanks WASHINGTON. July 16. Despite (In ill 'llrltaln's debt of I4.B0O.00O, nou lo this country, payment of n:,f,CS,3r,: has been mini" by the Ann rlean government to tho British ministry of shipping In settlement of a claim against tho war depart ment, treasury officials said today. The payment was made, officials added, pursuant lo an opinion by Attorney iloneral Daugherty, Senilis Transportation Claims. Tho British claim wns for Irans. porlatlon services during the war with Oermany, nnd the payment. It was explained, t on.stituteil final set tlement between the war depart ment and the Ilrltlsh ministry of shipping o fall claims of either par ly against tho other for transporta tion services,! Secretary Mellon asked Daugher ty for a ruling as to whether the act of March 3, 1S37. which re quires the secretary to withhold payment of any Judgment against tho fnlted States where the. claim ant Is Indebted to this country In any manner, applied to such a claim. Daugherty held tho act did not apply us it was not the practice of sovereign nations to prosecute their rlalnm onanist onn another in the ouits and obtain Judgment but ad just sij, h matters through diplo matic i hannels. Wn.s Current Kipenso. The British transportation claim, it was explained, was for what was regarded during the war as current expenses. Among the allies, It was said, there was a general under standing that all current expenses would bo paid one another without awaiting the settlement of Interna tional debts EMPLOYED HERE OVER 50PER CENT 1920 Census Shows 34, .220 Tulsans, Ten and Above, at Work Sp.rl.l in The VtnrM WA8IUNOTON. July l-Mor, than hilf the pen'ule of Tulsa of o veiirs old and upward, are engaged In gainful occupations, neiordlng to be census biiM.iu which todnv an noun'fd the I'i20 statistics on e,cei. patlon as t" Tulsa. Almo.t half the,; entire population, int biding men, womeiiind 'lilldrin, are ulmllnrly employed, iictording to the some announcement Of the T" 07', per sons conftitiltnig the I'i.'o. census of the cltv, 3ip2o pi rsons were em. rnTiM Mi "N pun; twki.vi; The Sunday World Potash and perlnnit'tr, the hinorus fellow. i , reated hi Montague Olasa have ret in il to i. ti ,i,t, m An.nriian flriion slid will appear regularly in Th, Sundiv World 'Ibis '"k they ills- Ue do'lors Isabel (mrardfr. -ot e of the foremost fiction writers in Amirlrii, has Just finished a n w n ts'erv stoiy II, w Mam I'litds"' This baa been piireh'tvd by 'I he World ihe first Insullrnent lo appear next Hunday, to be ftdlowri) with dally Installments to run over a period of six wctke Frank II Hlmorid". te,nceie to be rm anthorlly on International re. lationj, h veteran n wspstier man and e orrespondent, will write il Hell iirtl' lo for The WorpJ for eiich Sunday and will supplv The World with oilier artli e; de.i'lng with Ihe nations biggest problems. This w- k Mi .-limn d a draws a grapbti pbture nf the enigma fn ed l-v f it le H.ii'1 ait, I hjt',-ai, iw-w-r' w'no owe I im. in the matt, t of pa v leg ,-f f a it d' las t . SI rp or '! s hi cry is on -a pi- ? se- e t 11 I n.11, '' I- - llM,n I j, ' "ti, I t. -. I a ' orps of S i M W 'e ' W I , w,tlt h big r e , f the natron r. outstsnding chartir rera Don t r is- otx' i undas's World ST N DAY, JULY 17, 11)121 NIPPON DIVIDED ON ARMS PARLEY Conference Might Block Military Program, Ls One Contention WANT CHINA KEPT OUT Disarmament Party Leader, Says Japan Would CJain by Attending Meet MORE FACTS ON AIR SERVICE Naval and Aviation Hranches Will he Powerful Machine by l!)2:i, Parry Reports Mv nfis-K N PARKY. , t N. S. i'lMlf ' ',,rr,.ip .inlriit TOKIO. Muly 11.. (Dnlnvtd) Kupporlern of Piealdcnt llardlng'ii proposal for a disarmament confer ence expressed the opinion today that ouch a cnnfci , in . uoulil Inter rupt and perhaps blink entliely Japanese military activity In Sibe ria. It Is charged by political op ponents of the llarii administration that Japan la 111,'inllv bidding Vlad ivostok and oilier places. While the diplomatic adWory council has aiinoiinteil that Japan will participate in the proposul dis armament conference such partici pation Ih nppnscil by tunic of (he military lenders. They pinfc-.s to mco In the disarm ament a serious obstacle to Japanese plans In Asia. Count Oirakl, leader of the disarm ament movement In Japan, declared today that Japan nhniild take part In the disarmament confeience. "We havo everything to gain from such a meeting," Maid Count Osakl. "I think It was a mistake, however, to Invite China." NOTH The ti)llnlnr til the nerenil nf eerlee nf three tnrleM Ktvlnir Ih" reaulte nt an Intf Rllitetton nf jHPh'e I'rticram of hnviil aflNtton Mpmilun. The (Int t'Ullltie.l u hiptery of .Nputi'ii erlal proftam with uu outline ef her future pUnn T'etUy s ilnry slv-a rleflnlte tlcuren nn her rntp nf tnrtn Iniitrtietere nnd the third Mtid teit will suttlnc known fuel rexir'Htitf her aerial Armaria Ry DUKi: N. PARKY. I. N. V Staff ',trr,pnn,lent TOKIO, 'June IB --(Ry special contler to Han franrpK-o. July 11) Tho lust group of British naval avia tion experts who aie training Ja pan's new naval aviation H"ctnn, ar rived In Japan In June, l!i?l Dim lo the fai t that all of thei men have come in muatl groups and that all aru stationed ill outlying posts, It Is impossible lo May the ex act number that have arrived and no definite Information Is avallihle as lo whether or not the last group hati finally gotten here I'lguris available show that there ate naval aviation expertit from Ureal Britain here rertalnlv that there are probably more and possibly as many as seventy or eighty There Is reason to believe that, despite an nnuncements, each time a group has arrived that It Is th" bint, there are approximately fourteen more now en route to Japan lttiall)' I'olcrliiliicil. Tho new arrival, In en h cane have, nf course, been lordially re ceived by officials) "f Hie Imperial Japanese nvy and have been lodg ed In beautiful Kalhln hotel, by the Pacific ocean, at Kamakura. .Sub sequently ninie of them have been stationed at other places where they havo proceeded In their work of building and of instructing the Japa nese navy. Prior lo the time of helr arrival, one Frenchman left ovt r Jrom nn other commission whose duties were In aviation only, was heie receiving J 6 r, 0 monthly and, in addition, was given a house, heat and light free This gives some Idea of what the Rritish ex m rvl omcn may be r ceivlnc, but no exact figures on their sal.irti t are available It l' entirely nafc to say, however. Unit the entire budget for butlillnz. salaries and oth er necessary works In cotuiei tleni wdth this tremendously big under taking Is costing the Japanese gov ernment a Hum whlrh a few vears ugo would h,nc seemed ulterlj Irn poMlbte, 'Inlile of Arriwils. While It Is Impossible to tell Just where each nf the men Is stationed, some Ide.i of he llKlrliiiitlun mav b hinl from th foreign table of ar rivals: Prior to 1321 -four prcrxlimen cniplotd by army Two 'JerniariH, Hofeisen and e e,NTINI'Kr) "V IMfiK Ti Oi'r f aM, es f le'ha'i l. re- n tr ,i lie mined I ., i , t . xt . o Tt,. U rli u, si rii of in'mn w j ing .lose tiis" of some of Amcr n (StoneWoman; bays Lite Has I With Women Perlinps I Am Crazy, Only God Knows, SliaWen Womnn Snys; Fcnrn for Her Girl , Noll'' The toll..lnL. e,'lule ftAteilietlt Mrrt! ,11, lAteil l the inter i, .ittiiiil N.hi Senlce txiliiv hv Mrs I rtthMlti, I , Ketiet !l r .lie tut, I r. r-,tee.t llf f 11 lend y fnllim Inn ,er , etl . tirllmi HI mill reet,lrilli,r III tile pint ulll-i rteteil 111 lite milliter of her l'Uer.An.1 Ilntttfl Kilt'nr, rlrli rievilana I'llt'lleher. Rv CATIIKKIVI5 KVA KAIIflt ' K'"'jllht. ID2I .r The lnl(rnatlinal New Retries). CI.HVKt.ANH. i) , July Hi - Per haps I am ctiisy. oulv (iod knows. Only (.nd kiios what I havo mil fcrcd They tortured me, those women who came Into the emit in.ini I felt their even on toe as itiiKKete sticking Into in) flesh They wanted my blood How tould they be so cruel Women Meant (lie Clinlr. I did not want women on mv luiv 1 knew they would be merciless They would havo sent me to thn elecirlc choir. The Jury was fair to ine, the Judge was fair to mo and my iiltornejs wiio wonderful. Uni! knows I didn't Intend to kill Dill Ruber Those Italians, Ihev wanted mv timnev. Thev hounded ' ine I wanted Dun onlv beaten up He tortured me. I wanted Him lienl iii Up to cure bin) of his hud hub Its I swear before my (bid I did not Intend to kill him Rut those women wanted mv blood, the news pipeis wanted my blood Thev wantiil me to suffer more Oh, (Iod. hiven't I suffered enough T Oh, my poor little ulrl. my Mai Inn, they will lot lure her Those women wdll cotim Into court again and try to hill her with their cruel stares Would Die for Her Daughter. My poor little girl What chalice has she hud In llfit"' Rhe had noth ing to tin with Dsn Kalier'a death nnd yet they want lo .end her lo the death chair. I would gladly die In the electric chair If It would save her I wauled her to tie bntier than ner moiner I wnntetl her to be educated and have nlenty of pretty things like other girls My grenlest sin was to bring her Into ill world And now what chanro has she. my little ulrl? I tried so hard to bo good for her sake. I tried, men nut i nm inn nil bad Clod knows I am not Oh. why was I born"' Why were any of my mother's children bom? What chanco havn we had 111 life"' I married Dan ICaber lie gave me morn than I havo ever had, but he mad" Hi" Miffer tortures of hell They Judge III" onlv How can they Jinlgn when they don't know every thing? No on" ran torture me any morn. , but they 'an torture Marian they I can cruclfv ne poor little girl ICE MEN BALK AT PRICE CUT Corporation Commission Ls Only Resort for Lower Ice Cost It will re(iire a decision of the slilo corporation t ominlrvdnn to de- tfiritilon I Im fntiirn nr-lr-ii r,t im 111! Tulsa. Tills was inadn apparent Hal urday morning when representatives of loci I miiriiifaclurliiK ami distrib uting Ire t i ii ) in ri 1 1 pi who met with City Attorney frank II. Duncnti, In his office, refused to meet Ii lit de mand regarding new prices. They did, however, offer lo reduco their rush prices from X0 cents to 70 cents a hundred pounds, and their coupon prlris fro'm r,', rents to tiO lentH a hundred, providing the, ease would be dropped by the city, attorney He In turn offered to compromise If the t oinpitnies would1 redm e their cash price lo fir, r ents nnd their coupon price to cents but thu proposal was niti-iei in sliintlv hVfhe leu dealer who de clared that it would curiae ton gnat a detrease In the Intome of theli compntles I Diitv an w unable to state Hit j mdny when tho corporHtlon com , mission will lie able lo loar this' i use HevnrAl other rit-re. some of thern ?lr'i i oiicnrning n r prlr er In 1 oilier iih. are now engaging the1 I'lrmmlsi. ton's sitentirn, and. ac cording lo Human, Ibire nuiy be a, dfloj of a week or ten ds lie Is, eonflderit that ihe commission will order a de rease In b e prlcen here as ' soon us the hearing fan be hold al-' though the amount of the antblpa ted cut is conjectural. I "Considering the n, llr.n of the cor poralloti ' run mission In 1'e cases frr.m other dies. I feel positive It' will order prices hers Inwertd, nl-j though 1 urn u riiblu to staid how much" he explained "I offered to' compromise wliji ihn lie coinpiinles i If ihey would reduce their' prices to C ti cents nnd hi rents, cri.h and cimU pons rcsportlvoly, . we might hi,ve the henefll of an Immediate decrease but they refused to aeiept this pro ' posal Alt the city can do now Is to appear before the corporation ' commission and make an enrnest at tempt lo hrlnp prices down to a more i nnnlsti nt leve I ' The pfiliir.n regarding I' e pru es hns Irr f n in Ihe hrnd r,f il,, corn mt si'iti .Irn i- iitil. Ir i w t t U I air ( aialngiios llcnh Ml M I 1 ' ' ' ' II ,hIJI f 'o ' ' , ' , : he I K, ,-.ro' I .f Will 11 2 UU Wr prlrl',1 ,, Irrnnr; tli,v ed 'tit ty ( untj Agent Juint.1 Ijwrcn' e. ' HT 1IV, PA,f.s I'. TMIU I -. TI' MS Herself 'Again, Been 1 orture Staring at Her Lenient Jury, Women Hnrrcd, I lor Snlvntion; Others to F;nce the Snmc Chnrgo llv ttie Aannrlateil Preaa f'I.l;Vi:i,AND. t), Julv Iti.- Mrs fa Cillieiim, Kaber today es, aped elecirlc chair but was found gnlliy "f first desire murder for plotting the assassination of ,rr husband Daniel f. Kiiber. It was lb, hope that mercy would be extended hy n male jury win, h eou,ecl her online, 'I to exclude wom en jurors on the ground that they urn "more cold blooded and men I less than men " The hop was ful filled when the twelve men returned a eidlct recommending men v When women wern tentatively seat id on the Juiy they were dismissed bv the defense on peremptory dial bnge. Lite- In Ohio llcforliiiiliiry. As a lesull of Hie recominenda Hon for men y. Mrs Kaber was eeii tnmed lo life llllpt Isonlllellt 111 the iihlo reformatory for women at Maryst.lle bv Jinlgn Maurice Iter nou. Had III" Jury not recommend ed nieiry the court would have been compelled to sentence Mrs. Kaber to die In the electric chair. The prison term for Mrs, Kaber wns thn first tangible result of the stato'ii effotl to In Ilu lo Justice those responsible foi tho murder ol the Ijikcwond publisher us he lav ail Invalid In his home on thn nigh! of July IX lnl'j There remain five others lo be tried on first de mon murder ohaigci In ronnei'llon with the ci line Two of lliesn sre Mrs Mary Rrlrk. el. mother, and Mlei Isilan McAr dl", daughter of Mts. Kaber. Miss MeAiillit wan wllh her mother who was lying In n soml-f-nniieliius slate In her cell In thn eounly Jnll when news of the verdict was hroiighl to them by Attorney W Paulson, Mrs Knber'is personal counsel. Mrs, Knber's mother, !l years old. was at Htei llint house, a detention home for women. Carried Out. of Court. The others charged with the crime are Mts. llrnilriln OolaUto, midwife nurse who Is nllegcil to have been a go-between between Mrs. Ii'uber and Hslvator Ola and Vltlorlo Pl M'lll, who are alleged to have aclinl- ly killed Kaber, Mrs Kaber showed no signs of In terest In the verdict or In thn sen tencn Imposed bv the court, If, In fact, she actually knew what was happening, for she was apparently oblivious to all things. Win merely nodded her head when pressed for answers ns to whelner she under stood. Klin was limp ond had lo be carried o and from thn courtroom Her own fate sealed, wha little Interest Mrs, Kaber did show, which Ik said lo Im III the futnrti of her daughter. Msrlan, whom County I'rosri'iitoi' i;ilwnrn ( tii.iruon sain he will ask lo be given the death ceiNiiNfiiii dm PAein Timlin VETS FOLLOW UP HOMESTEAD OFFER Tulsa ex-Service Men May File on Northwestern Oklahoma Lands ficores of Inquiries from ei.ervlcn men relative to th" opening of tb homestead lands In northwestern Oklahoma to world war veterans were retelverl at The World officii ytslerday nnd officials al American Legion liradiUartors were kept busy niiswftlng iiuestlons In regard lo the delalls of the plan as nnnoiiiired l;'rldav night by the department ol Interior at Outhrle. No Information luither than that given by The World Kiilurdiiy morning hail beenj avsiiaiiie, iron nurse wno are nner esled lire advlHerl to gf t in touch with W K I'aiteisnn of lb" depart. inent of Interior nt Outhrle for ad ditional dt lulls. Irilnr.kl I,. 'I'rrliui In lh. nnnorroin. ....... I I. ,in.l..il.t.,llv L.in ,. ,li, III I 111 view of conditions Just now that have worked hardship upon ex. service men. a"onllnK to statements made from Imili I ties American I.eL'im i, nil V M ('. A offices ull'..n Ihe last few days. Many believe that tin homestiiid (1ft was one to be expicleel frerio a paternal govern ment to lis veterans, olten inn all er pasl wais. ami that Hie property prrriirlm d would prove a real "promised land" ift Jobless rind drifting veteran who could wrlnx a living liom tin soil without previous farming expeil"lite Jusl as inciisjiavo done since homesteadlng began. That a number of Tulsans may take advantage of the governmental of fer wns Judgtd probable from th" altitude of some of the allurs at legion lieiidn,uiirtirs. few of ihn members of the locil post of the Vet'r.ins of foreign wars will Hltrrnpt to h'iinistc,ii be i aurie of the far t that all of them are settled In regular m upirions here was the belief xpiessed by Cleveland llllson, post i rrmmainler On th other hand, dissatisfar lion was expresM'il In some ii'iatleis nvi' the plan T c Hopkins, arllutin officer of Jem Car-on post r omtirt nt - eu rriuiklv as I,, in.- reputed untie I'uNTINt I'll ' IN I'AOK TWI.I.VK TIIK WEATHER Tl I.SA lulr la .Maitmirnr. sc nunl inifi, TI i ill, wtnil. HM!y ,tir4y AXKAM. 'iKI Ml' M l.v-1 ANP W I ' I 1 I"- AS ,,,,(. , .r,l) ,, , , 1. I. A IH r.M t r .1 11, I M ml( ,n "i l-if 11, ,r v.' rl.i'X- 1 lfnii,r '.IrtA- s ,,aj a il M',pl, it -e 1 1 1 . " , I. ' 'h l.ni, 1 i'l anil mn,i',i ! a, (. 1 l.i fai 1 aa n-' '.afire Mul nniinenl park New , ai .ri' l-.r-ner al I I'ancllllE I JiU HoJylKe! untie tra AilvC 1 PRICK 5 CUNTS TARIFF ON CRUDE DOOMED IN HOUSE rimmons Says Protective Measure Will Lone by Two to One CHANDLER TOO EAGER Fa Ma to Grasp Opportunity to Gain Vote.i hy Supplying KeitieRtp! Information BATTLE ROYAL IS BREWING Korcea Lining Up for Mon day; Mifia Alice In Ap plauded; Davis Working llv RAftro.M N TIMMONH. Wntl'l'a WAahlnittnn rnrreepnndent WAHIIINOTON. July 1 --With n vote pending on Ihe oil schedule of tho tariff bill Monday, the Indira Hons Ale tonight It will bn defeat ed by ft two to one vote. Thn proponents nf thn duty on petroleum have timrlo some Inroads muting those opposed lo thn tariff, hut not sufficient to change the re sult. Iioiio Clinnm'T.s l4st. On the nun opportunity to swing a largo number of votes the oil men failed lamentably. That opportunity was the hour's time allotrd to Rep resf-nlallvo Chandler To discuss Ihe oil schedule, While Chandler was whole-heartedly, even enthusiastically In favor of tlie duly on oil, ho was unable to make an Impression In tho lions-) because of his Inability to speak. Chandler did good work In tho ways nnd means committee, nnd ha clime lo Ihn house with ammunition supplier! by the oil men that with proper presentation uetild have cre sted a strong Impression. The In. terest of the house In thn !! sched ule was Intense ss wns Indicated by the number of members who en deavored to ask questions of the speaker. Chandler, howover, de. rllned In yield ami thus lost the opportunity of enlightening the members In tho most effective man ner. Did Is Still nt Work. Deslplo Ihn discouraging aspect of tin, situation, William ,V, Davis, president of the Mid-Continent Oil & fins association. Is still working hard to put the oil tariff across. In a slftlement Issued tnnlitht an. alyzlng thn effect that would follow the placing of a duly on nil, Davis said that no matter what Ihn rales may he, hn does not expect a duty to Immediately effect prlcen of petro. Inuni products to tho consumers. 'Thern Is at preewnt." ho said, "a surplus of at least twenty. Ilvn per cent nbovn tho demand. Increasing the cost cannot undnr these circum stances affect tho ultimate prices because Ihe surplus lt thn factor In determining prices. What Is desired Is the restoration nf nn coulllhrlum between supply nnd demand. This cannot hn accomplished except hy cesnutlnn of drilling new wnllir, as the till wells must bo pumped or they will bn ruined, Hi) Outlines", n, Pnnneva. 'The only way to ston drilling Is tp make It unprofitable or less prof, itablo than It Is now to the corpora tions operating In Mexico. It has been made unprofitable In this country hy tho roductlonn In price to f mures. In Home cases, less than half the cost of production, Tho In dependent oil producer at homa be lieves Hint It is unfair under them rlrciiinstauces that the Intensive, campaign of drilling Irr Mexico ohoiibl continue and asks for the Import duly as a deterrent to tho ontinuril drilling south of thn Ulo (irande. "They believe that thn great cor poration!! operating In Mexico should contribute! their part toward the restoration of the equilibrium between rsipply and demand by a rersntlon of drilling operations Just as the producer In thin country has bften forced to do. "They do not ask for the duty ns a pari of tho permanent tariff pol icy of ihe government, but do ask this republic-tin congrein to extend ro them tho same protection ngalnrrt the dumping nf Immense iu:mtten of cheap foreign commodities that It extends to oilier linen of Indimtry nnd business. "They believe that an adequate duty for two years would be miffl clenl 19 accomplish thin purpo.se." llylhe A.anelaterl I'reea WAHIIINOTON, July Is After refusing by a vote of 122 to 10 h eliminate the three. ye.ir dve em bargo from Ihe fordnev raiiff bill Ihe boil ' Jumped sil'Minly K hj Into u partisan fight over oil DeiliiMTfilli OutmiiiilH-rtsI Rut It did not lam long I imlni- fieri ly ill fir-.'., the m' i,i't.. , J, abruptly "o a r epiibli, .m -n',i , " I adjourn irtitil Mondiv A'"i i-h ' oppost'd solidly bv ib"noi rs who I furred a roll c.ill, th" r.suli v i 'he same in vsiiirtiy. win i 'to n.ub- CONTI ' l.f. l-t'll 1 W I I .1 Your Home Paper The World will be mailed to you reg ularly while on your ia ra'ion; 20c per wek. fall OsaKQ 0,000, Clrcu lation Dept.