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THE MORNING OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER THE AVUItAOB SWOltN NKT I'AID CIKCULATION. 3UN13 FINAL EDITION! Daily ...36,1261 Sunday 36,265 J VOL. XV., NO. 297 TULSA, OKLAHOMA, MONDAY, .JULY io, 1921 TEN PAGES PRICK 5 CENTS $50,000 LIQUOR fj?Jt?n 'CONTEST SEIZURE CARGO IS SEIZED o?ffiS OF MANY VESSELS WANT LIMIT PUT fl tasked Men Deal FIRESUC ADMITS bmmniiham, Ala; niinuiio nr ninr Man and Womatv BURNING OF MINE Release A mer icons or Give Up Food, U. S. Tells Russia rS o i m w jp! Officers Raid Sloop in New Haven Harbor Saturday Night Relieve Whiskey Runners Are Reported 'Pirate Ships' Seen Off Coast ADMISSIONS BY CAPTAIN Says He Took Aboard Cargo Outside of 3-Mile Limit From 2-Mastcd Schooner NEW IIAVKN, Conn.. July 21. In Che venue of tho Auxiliary sword flt-h'r.g sloop Jennie T of Northport, liX. N confiscation of lienor valued at more than $50 000, and tho ar rct of IS men In a. spectacular raid Saturday, federal and city official" he-llevu they have solved partially a least thu mystery attached to tho elusive "plr.ito ship" which h.m been lighted at larious times off tho New Jersey cmst, near Mont.iuk Point, anl in Long Island sound. The authorities havo not yet de termined whether thorn was any di re. t i nnnertlon between t!u Jennie T and 'he Hrltlsh schooner Pnco ii .ki. thty "ld tonight. The Poco ni "kF. bound from Nassau, IJahama Hand1", with a shipment of lltUor t ns.gncd t'i Canadian pnrtH, put Into A'lnn-ic City a few (lavs ago with r argn missing. It wan c-plalnod at the 'ime that the liquor had been n'tisoned at m, Tho Jennlo T U'ltKed at Lighthouse l'olnt. an n iifi tnent report at the eastern en. tar. of New llavep harbor, early ' ii i . laden to rapaelty with a vul- .a it . .ngu "f llitior. the marks on the and bittle Indicating It .itne liom llermtida and tho West l.,d - Llipmr Trniisfcrroil at Sen. In 'ht opinion of the federal pro hilitn n enforcement officials the Jrnnie T received her freight from a ..nger craft somewhere off the Line bland shore, probably Just out. s:de the three-mile limit. Tho 'tnnie T. they point out, Is too am ill a vesel to make a voyage from either llermuda or the Hahnmis with as heavy a Height as the raid ing party found on board thLt morn. Ing The is men arrested Included Molrr shipper of tho Jennie T, and J Ma mar llronzon, a well known I .i sportsman, who formerly was ngaged in tho liquor buslnes. A I iho arrested men woie released during the day on bonds of $3,000 -i h for a hearing. Solum; Sixilnculnr. The arrets and seizure were spec- if nnr in thu extromc. Prohibition Enforcement Agent McAullffi'. act ing on information from superior '' ers In New York, that an at empt might be made during the rugM to land liquor on the Con-ne-'o ut shore had his forces posted ai most of the strategic- positions, but overlooked Lighthouse. Point. About I 30 o'clock this morning New Haven pollen headquarters were no iftrd iy snmo unknown telephone informant that a boatload of liquor n t,clng put ashore at LlghthoUM! I'ein Scleral automobile loads of "ffi ers. armed with riot guns were 'ushel to tho spot. As they ap proached tho point, they could see ases of the contraband liquor piled n the pier, while n crowd of men as n-movlng tho Jennie T's cargo. With guns drawn the of f leers charged the iurt, which surrendered with out a struggle. firiTiirn r,o . day io tiianm m:k c.Mtco NEW IIAVKN, July 21. Captain Ml ler .if the Jennie T In a statement the register last night, said that he had been approached by n '-anger at lilock Island and offered l!0 a il.it if he would pick up a enrg at sea and successfully deliver it c. '(m port. np'a n Miller statd ho accepted rr.."--itioii and stnrteii olf from li k i .ml just oh it was getting Ithrk Thty went uift to sea In n direction for two hours, i ordlng tn the captain, they ., on a schooner which was ait for fliem. s hooner had two martn and T',. i H t 0( mi, nn hoard. IfKinl Men Ijoaillng Itoat. t.iln Mii.cr and his helper were I ' g i down In tho cabin and r - i their own bsulneRs. He stated mid hear the men loading i' filling the hold and then ' on a deck load. When this w ' isherl, captain Miller headed he Jennie T for shore. The " ht'-i laid out the course and told awordlng to hU statement. "' how ti. s'eer and how to get f Ww HaTit harbor which Cap- ' M i'er stated, he had never been '' e According to the captain. ' 'he-, reiehed the dock evorv- c 'a in readiness for unloading 'iks and men waiting, it'i.in Miller h. as yet been un. ' ' "htaln bonds for his release. " v- per. who Captain Miller Mates I?"" ' r a walk, while the boat was , ' .nlnailed. haR not bc.-n'c.p- 't(l M U YOltK, juv ;t.Korelgn "i domestic capital aggregating ' s of dollars U supporting a n'pira.-y tn violate the Volmead ' running cargoes of liquor i iouh pirts of the Tutted ' e a fleet of sailing voxels ' b and American regis' ry. It i -hargpri toda by Lelt- v ii 'ed F jip, Ji-t (rt at'or ... " " " to .he seizure Yesterday of u !i'm,n'nff to dL-chargo a con. Kpi.UI t.. The v.. rlil A I 'A. .In Jj, -Joe M' I'l reath. we.ii'in rum hmaii i f this cl . .is st.ilil'. d In the heart and prut ant fita'ly wounded hero y-ttnla In an alleged altercation Slowing out ,,f a jaiiil illsputo. I). '. We. h. a farmer near hen-, Is being held in the county Jail hero ton ght MeKlreath walked some dls tunre to a hospital before he told attendants he was wounded Of ficers i-ald that Welch attempted to efli ape but was Uliprehenileil Just outside of town by Hherlff bob Dut( an The w ounded man'it condition Is Mid to be critical. SAYS ENGLAND IS NOW DISARMING Lord Northcliffe Favors Harding's Idea of Gen eral Conference CITES NAVY DECREASE Says Land Forces Have Boon Cut to Nothing Since Close of War NKW VORK. July !) "Ilrltaln l already dlsTrmlng," said Lord Northrlltfe when he arrived hern on the Aqtlltanla. , The Hrltlsh viscount - publisher gave hltt unqualified approval to the proposed disarmament conference In Washington this fall and pointed nut'' that hl country was already taking tho lead. "Wo nro spending only a small Hum on our navy today," Lord North cliffe said. "Many warships are rusting and rotting In our dockn. "Thn perMonnel of the llrltlsh navy Is 10,000 below our pearn es tablishment of 1914. Army Itodiirnl In Nothing. "Look at tho llrltlsh armv Why, It V reduced to almort nothing. In all our possessions, our total forcen, colonials and guards throughout the emlri do not number more than 35(1,000 men." "Certainly I favor disarmament. So does Ilrltaln and sho will be willing to lead tho way." Lord NnrfhcJJffo declined to com ment on his most recent squabble with Lloyd Ocorgo which reunited In hit paper the Times being re fused foreign offlco privileges He in hopeful about tho Islsh situation. Silt. Hope In Irt'.Ii I'nrloy. Lord Northcliffe, discussing the Irish question on his arrival from Kngland on his way to the Kar Hast, said- "We are very hopeful, but It must be remembered that a problem of seven thoucind year cannot ho set tled in wven days. He declared President Harding's Invitation to the great powers for a conference to dlwuss disarmament had been enthusiastically received In Kurope. Ho thought tho president's movo a very wlw one. Kimlanil Actually DUnniilng. Oreat Ilrltaln, he said, not only was talking disarmament but actual ly disarming since thn clono of the war, llrltlsh battleshlpH were rot ting away at Southampton, he as serted, whllo 10,000 men had been sliced off the navy personnel nlnen the armistice. Ho said thn standing army of tho empire, Including nil tho national troop, amounted to only 300,000 men, and would be further reduced. Ho declared Ilrl taln was making a mistake, how'oVer, In scrapping airships, He expects" to go to Washington as, won as possible Whether he will call on tho president depends upon Mr. Harding pleasure In the matter. Alleged Syndicalists Arrested in S. Dakota SIOl'X FA LIX July 21--William Moslnger and George Korskl, who. It Is alleged by wltnesee. were mak ing Inflammatory speeches on Seney Island here last Friday, were held Saturday under $2,000 bond each for a preliminary hearing next Tuesday In munlilpal court on a ohargo of criminal s'. ndlcallsm preferred by States Attorney Waggoner, lloslnger. It Is said, advo'ated the overthrow of government and Its destruction of rops on farms as the only up alls of obtaining higher wages Iloth men carried memoership cards of the I. W. W Investigated Leak Gas Tank With Match; One Is in Hospital Will Keldman and Harry' Davis. motnrccle officer, were badly binned when a Peerless automo bile owned by the former caught fire at owen park about 10 o ilock last night. Suffering burns about tho face and hands Keldman was the worse Injured. They were taken Im mediately following the accident to the Oklahoma hospital whero their wounds were dressed. . Keldman was moved to his homo but Officer IMVls cominueu on duty According tn thn officer, Ih.e tank of the car sprung a leak and he was atumptlng to stop tho le.iK when Keldman struck a n.aicb n.er the tank Igniting the gas.l'-e K Id'iHin wan neari r 11) I.IIS ' 'I aril suffered ' .11 m -.t scac .u n Tho 'lie spread quick ' ei 'he car but was sx tingulshed before any great dam ase wan done Steamship Company Files Suit Against Ship ping Hoard TO OUST U. S. MARSHAL Shipowners Say Charter Hire Was Not Due Hoard Until Vessels Overhauled BLAMES FOREIGN SHIPPING Company Official 'Relieves I niff;,.nH!ou r.,co,i .,. Their Competitors NKW VOIIK, Julv 24. - !,o gnl ac tion lo regain iiistoil) of the vessels seized from It Pilday by the I'nllul Mates shipping board for alleged failure to pay charter hire, will be begun tomoirow by the t'nlted States Mall Steamship company, I: A Quarles. assistant to the president of the concern, said tonight ' Delamey Nlcoll, Ji., attorney for the company, intimated the contem plated proi ceilings would be de signed lo oust the t'nlted Htittc,. mar shals who havo been placed aboard the ships Hid Not Itolen-o Prniwrly. Mr. Nli oil d. l.irol his clients had no Intention of sum iiderlng their of fice premises or ithi-r properly and asserted tho company would take tho poilllon that the ships am mill Its propel ty to opeiate I In Indicated the possibility of a long controwrsy In the cotiits. ' Shipping hoard officials declared today that the company had fallen $400,000 behind In Its charter hlio. I'orelgn Interests llclilnd Act. Mr. (Ju.irles and other represent ntlvea of thu company tonight Inti mated a belief that foreign shipping Interests had been Instrumental In pteelpltntllig the linn's difficulties. .Mr. Uuarlcs said i ei ondltlonlng of thn vessels had been undei taken at the solicitation of the shipping board. Payment of the i barter fees, he declared, was made contingent niion thn coniiiletlou of the lecon- dltlonlng. None of tint vessels, ho mild, Iiuh been completely over hauled as vet add the sum claimed by the boaid Is, theiefore, not duo under Iho contract. CHINESE WAR ENDED Protlnclnl Milllltlei Waged for Several Mouth I'onu-i l" I'liil With Oiiilon Victory. CANTON. China, July Ha. The war on tho prnvlme of Kwanglung Wllicn lias neco wiK"i im months by Kwangsl mllltarlitH un- ilei tne uireciion or ioi"-cioi n.-.,-eral Lu Yung Ting, the Kwangl war lord, has virtu. ill ended Troops of the 1'. niton government are on tho point of occ upylng Nak ing. capital of the province of n..,a nnil mill I'.enei.ll I.il Vung Ting Is ieiorteil m haw- dec 'ared his intention Ol IteiKiung in" ior.,'cv.fc... gMtieralehlp under whi-h he has been exercising authority on behalf of tho to mean tho nntlin collapse of tho Kwangsi miiuary uis.uiiiiiii. ARflESf" R"bTBER"sUSPECTS Two men nnil Woman IW-llecl to 1U linplluiliil III Itall Holdup. MK.MPHIS. Tenn.. July 24. Two men, about 2& years old. and a young woman were arreste, bv dep uty sheriffs between Vanndale mid Harrlshurg. Ark., yesterday morn ing and are being held for Investiga tion In connection with the holdup and robber) of a Missouri Pacific passenger iniin near m day night. No charges have been made Bgalntt the trio, Jjtlt ipeejal agents V... nlt...rrl rir.,1 OOHtofflCe ln- iii inn hii ..-.. ...... ,- spectors who questioned them nt Wynne late tmluy sav thev made a number of contiadli torv statements regarding tholf movements. They are be. rig brought to Memphis for further quiMlonlnS. All of them deny any kinmi'dge of tho train robber WOUNDED MAN ESCAPES Victim f Mls-ourl .Marshal U-aoi .lopliii lln-pltal ni Night. JOPL1N. M". July 21 - K.d Lee, wounded In a gunflght at Ornnngo, XIo . July , with a city marshal and who has been held at a loi al hospi tal, eluded a deputy sheriff pined there to guard htm and escaped Saturday night. Dressed only In hLw night attire, Lee, after escaping from 'he honpl tal. went to ft nearby hout-. cilbd a taxlcah and had -tho driver take him to Columbus. Kan lie had not been apprehended late tonight. Lee was being held In n.nnootlon with the fironogo shon'ing In which his alleged "pal." C. C. Henderson, was killed. The shootlog. the polpe declare, developed from an alleged plan to hold un an Oronogo hank. THEWEATIIER Tl'IJA. July J Mtilrnurn S mini mum It fouth wind rlr. OKLAHOMA MonrUr snd Tuci'liy. ptrtly rioii.tr. l.nUISIANA: rurtiy cluuily. Mnnrlsy snrl lor-ai Khowc-rie Tue..r1ar. In .riuth portion. A II K ANSA H C.rrlly flr KAffT TKXA8 1.41 llllU't) Mnndty snrt Tuiiy Jlonrjiy snd Tuc.y 'leeln)'. Ih-hI I-; nil. cn 1 uu ,unitn-.in llutri Tu k K wraa fiub ninrhen IP.tei Ti 1 1 0 n rlc-V 1 Munutpii tnl cunccit, Ailrnlrm ;.rk t li g'ueck. ' WA8lll(.TON. July 1 1 Iiotin il.lle lelea.i. ot Iho Allien .III tlo If Id p Is i In Kiihii.i must In in den il b the soMet gmornmeni be fine aid tan be p lulered Hie t k aiid t,irlny In ilmt rountty ! 1 1 -Amerliaii tellef ailmlulstralloii, Set retary llooer, chaliuiin of the or-' galilr.allnii, Informed Maxim llorky at I'etrograd In a cabin uiad pub II.' heie tonight , 1 Irt Mew of lerent appeals from, ltu--li, .Mr Hoover s.U.I the relief adiuinWIr.itlon dei hied to renew lis offi i of six months ago to entei upon measures for relief of Hiiuhiuh ehildien subject to the reb.iie .f Amei i.-.ni pi isimerM and othii in . . -sai otiililious "1 Inn ri.nl with great fei I. tig.' the cable said, oiu appi.n (oi Dl ITflPRATQ PAIR I LU I ULlvn I O inl V BIG INCOME TAX Collections for lfllil Are Larger Than Those of Prior Year MORE THAN BILLION Rut Net Average Return Was $3,721 and Average Tax Was $2.18 WASHINGTON, July 23. - PersonH who are making a million dollars or more net Income are paying the gov. riiment practically two-thrbls ol Us III tuxei, according In preliminary statist en of liuome for 1919, Issued tonight by the Internal revenue bu- le.iu. Individual having $1,000,000 or mote ml Income nald $99,020 99H In Im ome taxis to thu fcdcial goi em inent during 1919 on an aggregino net Incouie of $ I ri2,6.ri(),2 IK Thero were r,j of tin se taxpajers paying mi uveiiigi of $l.."j23.r.i2 each, thn iiier- agi; rule of tax being 0.87 per cunt. Plcnly of .Million Iiiixhiiit.. Indli Iduals with net Incomes of $l,000,U(iu or moru mounted from CO In 1911 to 120 In l!tlf, and then to son In 1 9 1 ! . l-'rom that year they have decreased anually, there hav ing been 141 in 1917, 07 In 1918 and ;r ill 1919. These preliminary tatlstles Issued 'onlght do not show thn taxes In classts above $1,000,000. but the net nenme of Individuals III the class from $1.(100. l 00 to Jl.fi00.000 Is given as $4I.1jO(,4S3. from $1 500, 000 to $2.00(1.1101) as $22.1(li;.9US. and JL'.OuO HOO and ovel as $SS,S74,S."i(l. Tho I & 1 S returns showed the 07 in illildiials with net Itieomes of $1, 000,000 or more to havi Included one with a net Incomo of $.1,000,000 or moie: two u Ith ne Incomes of $ I,- 000. 000 to $.'1,000,000, foil- !'" e lonmes of $3,000,000 to $4,000,000; 11 wl(h net incomes of $ j.. . t 1. Y.oou.uni). 10 with net im nines of $l,r.00,000 to $2,000,000, and with net liiLonnti ot $1.00u.ooo 33 to $1,500,000. Allowed lllg Dcillnlliins. Of the 05 Individuals who had $1,000,000 or more net Income In 1919, thoso with $1,000,000 to $1. DUO.OOt) received $22,145,125 from personal mtrvlre and business and $27.009. 195 from property and had $8,080,1 4 1 general deductions. this" with $1,500,000 to $2,000,000 re ceived $ 17,202,921 from personal K-'rvlcn and business and $fi,551,388 from property and had $2 097, 40S general deductions and thoso with $2,000,000 and over received $29, 202, 52X Irom personal servlio and buslnesH and $82,I27,30 from prop erly and had $22,815,034 general (In ductions Personal Itcluriis Ini-reiiM-d. The government obtained a total of $1,209,000,000 In reveniio from personal income taxet in 1919 on Increase of $ 141,900,000 compared with 191 S according to a prelimi nary renort of income tax returns made nublli tnnltfht by Internal lteienui Commissioner lilalr. Tho commlwlonei 'h report showed there were 5.332.700 pi rsonal re turns filed III the (alenil.ir year 1919 mpri sentlng a giowth of 907,016 from 10IS, while thu total amount of net Im ome reported for 1919 w.ih $ 19, S59, 000,000, an Increase of $3, 93 4,000,000 over thu previous year. The average net Income' per reiirf i for 1919 was $3,724 05, the average amount of tax $23i OS and the aver age tax rye 0.39 per lent. Ilullei Kill" Mexican Painter. JIJAItl-:,, Mexico, July 21. Mar.ano ll.irnande., noUd Mixiran portrait painter, died early unlay In tho municipal hospital of the efforts of a bullet wound sustained Ki May night Manuel Lucero, 22, son of a weulthi Juarez merchant, Is in 'ail j In conti' i tion with the shooting I which the police were told i-'irred I when Araielo attempted to strip a quarrel betAien l i en, ami pedio Harela. a tc In of l.r,gish Experience of Russia Is Salvation of All Europe NKW Y'UIK, July 21 ItuH-ela's futile experience ui communism bas been the salvation of other Huro pean countries. In the opinion of Ce-orge K. Itnberts. vih preldett of "the N.it'onat City bank of New Vnik, y,i lurnid f'oin abiei.nl icti-r ,1 , . i I (I '11- li ' en ri(' ..f h -rn 'i I . '. i i a e , f . r I .. r r .. "The e.i 'noli. 'I Iturm i bas nn eil ihe ic i ..f Lurijic he sa.d knowledcv of cuiidunjaa in that dtv- ih.iilt.ibl. .iisirtliiin e t.j tin t'anl-iK ..io I suK pi !..' of Itii-iM, more partb.ul.irly the ihlldieo To the whole Amerliau peoplw the aini'uie nine qua lion of ally utwlstaiii ' in Inl be the liiimeillntn rele ise of the Ameiicniiii now held prlsoiiein In Itiissla Once this step has been taken the American r lief minimis tuition, a purely voluntary asicla tloii and an entlrel) ni.offlilul or canlr.iiloii of whbh I n in chairman, togitliei ul'h oil), i pcialing eh. ii liable Amerlt.ni org intxalloiiH Hiippm ti d wholly by Hie geneiosiiv ol the A inert, an pe .ple has (llllilf In hinnl In wbb II tin aesiilaiii e lor Un- il.ililicn i.l t... Hi, si, k einilit be iitnli i l.iki ii lantied iti ly ' TAX MEASURES UP IN BOTH HOUSES Money-liaising Legisla tion Occupies Attention of Committees OIL FIGHT IS STILL ON Proposition Will Again Ilea ring lie fore Senate Commit I ee Cet WASIIINCTON, July 24.- -Money raising legislation will occupy thn attention of cniigremlonnl commit tees at each end of the capltol this week with the donate finance com mute opining hearing tomorrow on the I'ordnev Pillff bill and the houwi ways and menus eummlttee ready for discussion ot the new lax bill Tuesday. Intere-l In Tux Measure, AlllinuKh the tariff bill, pasted by the lioune Thilisd.iy and designed to raise about half a billion dollars III revenue atinuilly, was going Into Its second stage. Intel c-Ht was oiimc lv hut subordinated to thn tux meas uro which must produce more limn seven tlmett as much. Thn house commlttei) has a mam of bills for tax revision of a varying nature be fore It and thn republican memberi also have been advised of the treai ury's views, but with all of till" the committee will ilevoto four das to hearing uhat the taxpayeix havo tn say iieroie beginning actual login. latlon. Mil Oul All Snugi'siloiis. Meanwhile the senate finance cnmniltten bas under consideration a plan to establish a clenj-lng house of experts who would slflniit ug genttrnis legardeil as worth while from Hie tax levlslnn basket. Leaileis In Iho senate committee were expecting lo seo a ieiiv.il of the fight lo the hoilieo to have the senate leslore a duty on hides anil long staple eotloii with provision for i oinpensatnry dullcsi on shoes nnil leather goods and textile In which i In- long staple cotton is iieed. Pro pom tits of a tariff on petroleum np penied tonight to have given up their fight, although they will arck for ouch a duty before tho commit tee. HIGHWAYMEN ROB CAR Slop Party on TiiNa-Sapulpa Itoacl, .March Victim Half a .Mllo nnil Tal,! Valuables. Forcing a pleiucurn party of dx men mid women out of the car In which they wero riding along the Tulsa-Sapulpa road and making them walk morn than half a mllo Into tho woods which Joined the highway, three unmasked bandits held-iip ami robbed thn party of morn than $80 In money, n ruby ring and oilier Jnwelry. The car, wbb Ii was driven by W C. Ilroy, 218 South lloston avenue had rear bed a particularly dark stretch of road three miles beyond Ited Folk, when tho three men stopped the car. No trace of ihei highwaymen has ye t been found. OLD MYSTERY SOLVED Arrol limn Farmer for Mimli'r if Ills llrnthi'r nod SMcr Moro 'I han III Viiir Abu. IKS MOINLH. Iowa, .Inly 24 Willis Peterson, a vwuPhy farmer of III. i lisliiii g. lown. win arrm'ed yesterday for the alleged murder of his biotber and Hlsu r 19 e.irs ago The arrest wuh mail- upon Infnim'i lion fuin. shed by Pete-ison's 72-ear-old mother to her pastor The Peterton murder lee one of the oldest unsolved mysteries of local crime hlstoiy Lena and Thomaa Peterson. 10 and 14 yeaiti old. re spectively, were found murdered cm a lonely road near hern and iio "lin to the murdr-reT was eer uni .vercd ahrioiirlj 'a-gi sums wero bpi-ut In the- le,iri h .ittatcd eouMry has permeited e very corner of the erintineiit arid siip-Iire-rni e whatever the-ro was of In cipient seiclal Toveilutlnn." Mr. Ilobi-rts asserud that vir tual!.' nil tb. Kurnjiean eriiinirlcH H c ori ebe n,iv to tiel'er tin es and lie ' I l r on d n ii ,n inov Miit i it t . I h 11 i 1 r.iri'1. lit i ' i el I ' le lie . w . "4 fire. Ail' rn nine, j r ,rli ir; iii.itiiy aed hi rcMtored mo t if the air ate m he dgvajjluctj r.i'KUMi .Japan AsUs Formal Agreement He fore Fil tering Meet SUBJECTS FORECASTED Jap Advisory Hoard Sees Dis cussion of Status of Chinese Provinces MAY END SHANTUNG MUDDLE lielievo Problem May He Solved ly Conference of Representative.'! y llie AmiiUlcit l'rr i W AHI I INI I l't IN. July 21 Al Ihoiigh Ihe coiiclusloiiH of Iho diplo matic iidvlsoiy council of Japan, which has been ini'illug In Tnl.lo. me expecli'd to ili'Chlo finally the couriee of that couiitty with resiecl tn paitlclp.itloll lu thn proiosed far eastern eonfei eiicu. II wiiM stnti'd alithorlliitliely today to be piai'llcal-It- ceilaln that Japan will nslt as surances that a foiinul agreement us lo the scope of the eolifi'leiieu ellsi UrwIoiiH bo i cached prior to III" meeting. , I-iiriiiubitlon of mich an agree incnl. It was nlso stnti'd, tici-d not piddle response by .lupin lo Ihe oveitures of Secretary Hughe's, hut must. In vlnw or the Japanese gov erniin'lit. comn nt some lime between thu ii.ply to tho American see-ii'tary of stale ami III actual iniellng of I bo eonfi-rentr. l-'iu m ulii t Ion of the mfi e einent might eeune be fote Ihe i xteiislou of Ihu fin null Imi tation to tho confiiii iu e, lu tiicl, lliele me some' liullciitluiiH that thn Japanese would prefer thai m range. uient, but If not, then thn rorinal Puliation llself will, II let eiplldeil, make these limitations clear .IIIkciis Slnliis of China, Prim Ipnl stllijectH for discussion by Ihe pioliosed confereni e under the bend nf fur e'liHtern qui'sllnns me consldiiid In Japanese! clrclx here lo embrace Iho status of Chlnu, Its lelatloiiH to other gnveriiiuiuiH; Its complex Internal e e iiniimlc i until linns and Hie possibility of lecou oiling unions conflli.llng ounces slous held by foreign gnvernmnnls as well as 1 1 1 1 1 1 V i e I e 1 1 1 . . Thu Jnp nueso Indlcf Ih that them shall bu no Intel ferencii hv thu confuicncu with the lested lights and conces hIoiis, hut that It Is eiilliely proper that effoilN should be niinlo In re. Ileiu filellori that linn grown out of ovi'i hipping claims. .Inpnn claims eeitiilii ixcluslvo ilghlH In Mmi chiiila. (lleiit lliltalu asserts coll Irol of a ojiliero of Influence lu thn vvlinln Yanuirn valley; America has railway ciiiicchhIoiih through middle China, llelglum rind Holland hiu also luli.resteil flinini hilly lu such enterprises, while I'rancn ilomlnates Iho Chlni'se iioslnl system ns a eoiiu ler li.ilunce to Ihigland's coutiol ot thu Chinese nun Itlino customs, .l.iiin also etiJo)s valuable and ex clnslvo rights In Kukli n province. That thn conference! might con sider thn framing of some plan for a simplification of all these conces sions wdll be favored by Japan, It Is understood. Incidentally that would affect an American oonecs Hlon based on n lohnoro tax monop oly nnil might abni Involve a rnvlevi of thn arrangements made by the consortium which undeitook to fl mince China. .Mil) Ailjust SIi.iuIiiiik Matter. The Japanese! hope and (expecta tion Is understood to hn that, not withstanding China's uffoits to bring the suhlert of Ihu Japane-sn occu pation of Shantung before the con ference, that matter may yet bo adjusted In advance by illrect nego tiations between Ihn two govern ments. It Is also be lieved In Japan ese quarters hern that the contro versy with the .United Slates ns lo Mililo tights in the Island of Yap may be settled "out of court" by Secretary Hughes and Ilaron Shlde hara, the Japanese nmbaHadrir. American officials, however, are. lint so positive, about this. While they heipe for tllreet settlement, II Is fully understood that the Issue presenter! in this case apparently confined lei a mere question etf the right to operate a eubmnilne cable, might easily be greatly eril.'irgrd so as to Involve the wdmle subject of mandates over the Pacific Islands Should the dllcct neirritl.itlon of this subject fall therefoin. II Is be llevcd lo be almost Inevitable tint the Washington i e.nfci c ue e will be nliHfcrcrl to consider Ibis subjei t in it hrnodest npeci jHii.cn I under sleinel to be ftlllv prepared in Ihn' cse In ihnllrnKc the. right of tbe llrltlsh Pmlflc dominions to the ex cluslie coriliril of the inn li v islands In the Pacific south of the. eeionlor formerly nwnsd by fjermnnv. wbh b are re-garded by the Japanese a" very mue-h metre Important and promising -fn Ihe matter of trade npport 'itiltP- than Ihe foi me r fler itnm owned Islands n"rth of Ihe equator which were Hrwlgne-d to Jsnan by the supreme council. The occupation bv Japan of it por i tun eif northern P.ighaleln anil the I nil luce nt Aslsn rnalnlanels nn a re ; j ii I f of ihe massaere at Nlcnlavsk more tnn a year ago miv be sei ilerl ss n result of negotiations which ehs Japanese i'civernmtit hiiH begun through a special commlslsoner with the government of the far i-nslern leptiblle at Chita Khenild these fall, however. It Is expected that the Washington ronf-rcnec will be e-nllerl itpein to deal with that subject III' rin1 em Texas Tunl, Ciiriu. 1:1 ! A I 'MONT T I'll I I . - a tin I: ' it " . lib e in . n ! . t r lit). ' ( (e is e il i. ii a lo . n ir adv n a mauly 1,250,000. 111 p h ll iluli'Xl ltlliMINi.lt M. Ala . .Inly " I C l C....I. I , i ai-. ,.., a but. It ei and Mi-i J. Ah mitnl' i, a widow, viiiii ink. n ft.. in their holms ll masked men here eailv today, ililieu nboiit ten mlb-H In the cniiiitiy and teverety ivliliped. in hug lo their slate itii'litH to the pollie. After ailinlnlstei Ing llli' hcltlllK tbn asie.itl.uils drovi' ii". l! .llol thu ibtlinn reHlrni d to the illy Mm Aleixtindcr s.ild her assail ants ni.i.le n i barge of Imtnoialitv against her mid b".it her In spite of per denial Conlei declared he had rreelle.l a warning lo li ,ivc the commuiilly, hilt ll.nl Ignored it HELD FOR MURDER OF INDIAN WIFE Confession of Kansas Man Leads to Arrest of Teamster BODY FOUND IN WEEDS Osage Woman Said lo He Heir to Wealth Slain for Money According to Story tlr'clil t The ll'ctil.t. PAWIICHKA, July 21 Oda Ilrouti of Potica City was arrested and Jailed here yesterday lu ennneo. Hon with thu death of Ills wife, Anna llrown, mi Osagu woman, wliiife ilecuiiipnseil remains wurn found hidden in the weeils near Kulr. fax on May 27. Asa Thomas, aged 28, held III Jail at Oreat lie ml, Kan. cnnfesseil to the murder of Anna llrown tn Sheriff I'rens of this I'oiiuly. llrown Is iv leamsler nt l oin n city. i;ot H.iuin i nn mi uih;k or woman PAWIH'HIiA, July 2l--Hhrrlff llnrmv I'll as rettiiiieil last night from (Ire nl llend, Kau ami said that Im had obtained a confession from Ami 'Ultimas, 2X, held llieiu on a forireiv chaiKe. (hat ho had killed Mrs. Anna llrown, Osagu Indian wlfo of Odu llrown, a white man or Poiica City. In thu alleged confession. Thomna was said lo have nsserleil that hn whs hired for $8,000. nam ing Ills alleged employer, tu commit tho murder. Sheriff p'rens wild a mtirdnr rhaigo would he filed lliimedl.ilnlv against the man Thomas named. Thn sher iff also cnld ho would niili that Thomas bu retuinid hero Imme diately, not taking that action Inst night because of fear of mob vio lence!. No chargci so far Inui been filed 111 Oklahoma against TIioiiims, .Mis IIiowii was dlvorreii rrejm ni'r husband May 2. I ler body was found May 27. four miles nest of Kalrfax, Okla, mid, according to a coroners Jury, had been lliern sevetal days. Thero wim a bunm nom mrouKii inn head It was reporlod thnt she K"s wealthy I hu divorce ft mil per tins. band would not havo been crtcciivu until after six months. RESUME TRIAL OF SOX Sloth Will Play It liisl Cards in Ttti iitlnti of IUilldacrH Hie Coining Wool., CHICAClO, July 21 - Thu prosecu tion In tho b.wbnll trial will play Its final cards during Ihn coming week, presenting ovldi'tieu which It Ha s"ld will expose ne.w and sunsn tlotial details of thn reliorted deal Ihroiigh which It Is charged eight former Chicago White Hox playeis conspired with alleged gamblers to throw tho 1919 world series U Cin cinnati persona expected to corrob oiate thu flist hand story of IIIII Hums, admitted accompllcn and tale's witness, will bo called to stlfy. , , , The coming week. Ihe second eif tc-stlmony. will be tho crisis, so fur as the stain Is concerned The fight ,ii,,mii,n of the grand Jury ronressloiis of Kddle Clcolle-, Cltllldn Williams and Jon Jnrksnri, former Wbltn Sox pluyiits, will be resumed when court convenes; lomorroWi ..in. iii.riinir itcrihmtc former assist ant state'e attorney .who directed the gniod luey ln'iiliN, nady to con ii, Ills tistlioiinv that the confes slons wiic iiiinle vnlutitui lly and no i.romlse lllllile Hie lliree pUyer. PollonlriK liiitlogte. Judge Chas. a M.n I ion )l. ulin unli.rnl Ihn In ipilr and Harry III l'b J in. foreman of the erund lury. will li-stlfy for tbe state. Valuable Hulldof Is Killed bu Wolfhound of Unknown Pedigree OKLAHOMA CITY, July 21--A crowd es'lmated al one thou sand persons packed West Califor nia avenue yentcrday afteiunon when an llngllsh bulldog ownnl by pieman II. HanM-m. a Kansas City salesman, and valued at $2. 200. was attacked arid killed by a lean, gaunt wolfhound of unknown pedigree or ownership Mr Hanson wan leading his dog when the wolfhound suddenly le-aned lo the attack. Mr. Hanson unleashed hiu d'i and gun. The bound- slm re loo nnn b foi the went for a and s I Min.tlh r in w i- I l 'I ,o mini. a fn i I . I a' 'i ll bow ' i .ii"l e I'l I II Me i uiy t,ii d u. Kauai One of (111 Trapped in Kan House by Foreman at Drumright LOSS OF 10 THOUSAND Oil Soaked Waste Placed About Parts of Consoli dated Huildings STARTED IN MINE NO 3 Switch Kni'mi' ("liven Alarm; iMen Responsihlo for Firo Followed by Posses KlKclnl lo Tils 11 mid. 11 KNIt Yll'ITA, July 21. Thu Consolldiiled Fuel company sus tained a $ 10,000 loss last night through the work of confessed fire hugs, who urn lit Jtill and who havo Impllceti'il others In the Incendiary compact. Tulsa bloodhounds itrn now tracking thu remainder of thu gang. Al U;30 o'clock last night thn night engineer of Ihe Consolidated Kind Co., mini) No, .1, discovered flro In Ihn farther end of thn wash houso from Ihn tipple, but wns tinabln In blow a geiieinl alarm, being Satur day night, ami all Indicia wero shut down and without steam, a fact which was taken In cniuildcrallon by the firebugs. A passing switch engine nf tho IC, O. At (I., after sounding thn rail road alarm, hurried to Dnwnr, four miles distance!, for assistance, and to spread n general alarm, lloforo lusilstiincii colllil bo had thn fan- house mid mum nam were in flames. Minn Foreman Luther Meier. Iii runnliiK to thn fanhniisu. saw one of Ihe firebugs watching thu spread of flatties from behind n lren. Hn fired twlco al him. chas ing him nnil two others, but lonl tho men III thn dark. Circling Confitwoi. Another employe found an nxtri powder can illicit with burning greasy wasln under thn walls of thu fmihouso ami nrter nxunguismnii uni flames discovered two men In the blinding and opened fir on them. Oliver CroiM, commonly known ns "Peg I,cg." or "Peggy," In a drunken frensy, declared he, lu company with another c.hnratcer, known ii ".Mickey." started thn flro and boasted of thn deed, cursing ovnry- one connected with thu mine. Iloth men are in the llenryelta Jail and from Information gained from them Ihu remainder of tho gang Is cer tain to hn caught. May Clear I1 .Mjstcry. Illoodhounds have been ordered from Tulsa In trace tho fugitive. The estimated loss of tho flro last night Is $10,000. Tho name compa ny suslnliii'd a heavy hiss by mys terious fire last December at Its tiiliiu No, 0, and through tho talk of Ihn two men no under arrest It l believed thn mystnry will be, cleared and tho culprits punished. Thero him been no trouble between tho company and tho men caught. Yellow Fever Breaks Out in Tamplco City OALVHSTON, Texai, July 24. - Yellow fever hns developed at Turn- pIco and all chips from that prut will bo detained six days after fu migation, according to Dr. W. 1'. I-or. post &H.iistaui surgeon In charge of Uni Culled States quar antine! hero. Ships arriving hern today disclosed tho fact that for the two weeks ending July 17 thero han been three) cases resulting In two deaths at that port from yellow fever. Pair Plead Guilty to Robbery of Two Homes William Shook ami Kusanlt Jones, charged on two conn In with burglar izing tho residences at 405 South I'tlca avrniio and 8 North Yorktown avenue, hist week, admitted thnlr Kill It at their arrnlgnmnnt before Justice XI. J. dray Siitureluy, and thn court held them tor district court under bonds of $2,000 on each charge. Tho prisoners will bo taken beroru district court Monday for h-ui-teiico. Petition for Recall of All N-P Officers 1'AltOO. N. D. 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