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TULSA, OKLAHOMA, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1921
KITTY TV, t'AUKN
14 1IIHKB KK.CTION
FOR HIS CHANCE
TO PREACH HERE
Glad to Visit Spot Where
Jack Rabbits Romped
Thirty Years Ago
LIKE GOTHAM HE SAYS
Next to New York City, Tul-
su's Crowd on Saturday
Night la Best, He Snys
TEXT LAST NIGHT,. TROUBLE-
Human Dynamo Impersonates
God in Heaven Listening
for Help Calls Below
The reason that you have
trouble here In because you fol
low the dovll. And when you
leave here after you nerve the
devil and go to hell you will
have more trouble than ever bc
cause you wero a fool.
If everybody would mind their
own business wo wouldn't have
an much trouble an wo do. Bo
Jint take a tip from me and
keep your darn nosa out of
other peoples' affairs. l .
I love my wife and children
but If you'd ask mc to frame it
In the words of the English
language, ton million moro
words wouldn't contain tlx
words that I'd like to express
what I mean In my Innards.
In my opinion, the very princi
ples of Americanism wero built
on faith In Ood and in the Bible.
Kioshl We've sot lots of
cracking good towns In Iowa.
Haven't trot but a tevii hundred
People, a court house, four or
flvo churches and schools, but
nobody goes, to bed hungry.
Why do peoplo crowd down
hero by tho thousands? Tho peo
pie are hungry for the puro, un
adulterated Gospel, without frills
and fetters, caps or bells. You
have been giving them len cream
puffs and mafonnalse 'dressing
"Keep sill ungcli What's that I
near? Somebody down in Tulsa,
Oklahoma, wants help!"
Hank" The Iteverend Illlly Sun
ow fell flat on the platform,
peered nround the pulpit and cocked
an imaginary omnipotent ear as he
drew upon the resources of his fancy
tn Impersonate Ood in His heaven
riving car to the complaints of mor
tal man in trouble.
' Ills Text Is Trouble.
Trouble trouble in tho bank,
trouble In tho Chamber ot Com
merce, troublo in tho city, trouble
. home this was th'o thomo upon
wnith tho Reverend Billy preached
Saturday night to an audience that
nearly filled tho tabernacle, Tulsa,
the evangelist remarked in an
wide, is the best city to turn out a
Saturday night crowd that ho has
ever seen this aide ot Now York. It
was to this crowd that ho stressed
the fact, with a runnlns leap that
lln . hlm on t,1(J Pulpit, that Ood
had borne tho sins and the troubles
'if millions and millions of people
tor years untold, and that Ho is
and willing to bear mil's and
lulfaa for a while longer. It. whs
to this crowd that he shouted, with
CONTINUED ON rAOE NINETEEN
BEHEAD, LANDRU, PLEA
Attorneys for Two or Ills Alleged
Mctlms' Heirs Demand "Illuu.
n i? ! n i'vnt to 1,10 Guillotine
KHBAILLKS. Nov. 26. Two at
torney representing the heirs of
two or the 11 alleged victims ot
"tnrl Land, on trial here for tho
murder of 10 women and a buy,
tonftv .......... i j
oiuebeard" conviction in summing
tlD thn .i - V.-' . 1. . t-
-..- Mti.vjtQ uiv jury.
epithet "assassin" was
.ii mo prisoner moro oitcn
tn f'nB. thPlr summary than at any
'iluuB,i0ui mo tnree weeks oi
th "Tre R"" ,no greatest and
'tared one of tho attorneys In hit
ili""- "Citizens do your duty."
. Send hlm to the guillotine!" he
finAllto., T j ...... i.. . .
...... M, Aanaru win Know ins
te late Tuesday night or early
iv i ...i. .... . '..I,,
... l me jury win
reach n itr.i.inn .......ii.... i..
BOLEN OUT FOR GOVERNOR
I'onner t'ollwtor of Intrninl Itrvc
. B inw Will Neck Nnnliiatluii.
. OKLAHOMA CITV, Nov. 2G. -Hu-lni
I,0J,,n former collector of
jniernal revenue, today announced
candidacy for the democratic
nomination for governor t tho Au
u primaries in 1922.
1 Will mulrn .. llnlnl..l rKlnln.il
jnnounctng my cundldacy.anrt dts
cuwlng my theory of the offlco later"
im' U' I,owarJ of Tulsa, former
ie auditor ami former congress
n from tho first dWrlct, an
nounced his cantllduey last week.
Harding Association Plan
Averts Parley Catastrophe
Following Briand's Speech
Uy 1IASCOM N. TIMMON8.
Wnrla'a Washington Correapondent.
President Harding has temporar
ily saved the Washington confer
ence. That Is tho 24-hour after
wards vluv tonight,, following tho
Kiecutlvu Association . of Nation
proposal on Friday.
Whether thero really will bo
an association of nations Is some
thing on which tho bravest hero
would make, no prediction to
night. The. ono point of acrro
ment waif that new life had been
put Into tho limitations of arms
conference, the motor of which
(Hopped suddenly nftec thu Urland
President Harding was given
little Indication of what sort of
an organl.atlnn his proposed as
sociation would bo. With tho pres
ident himself uncertain, the un
certainty extended to all other
But Figures Show Slump
ana Texas Goes Into
COMPLETIONS FALL OFF
Mexican Imports Increase;
Consumption Gains by 180,-.
352 Barrels Per Day
By P.ASCOM NV TIM.MONB,
World'a Capital Corrtponilent,
WASII1NOTON, Nov. 26. Texas
moved in second placo among th6
Blttlen In oil production l:r Octobor.
Oklahoma retained tho lead and
California, continuing Its drop be
Ban CO daya before, fell Into third
Ulacs.. DonpUo the fact that Okla
homa kept its lead and Texjut
moved Into second place as tar US'
rank Is concerned Oklahoma had
an actual loss In "production, and
Texas calnod slightly.
Tho figures for tho three leading
states In barrels tor October was:
Oklahoma 9,716.000, Texas 7.G63,
000, California 7,065,000. Heptom-
ber figures wero: Oklahoma 7.SSU,
000, Texan 7,006,000, California
Arkansas Ciirvcr fliortcncl.
Arkansas' skyrocket petroleum
career was at least, temporarily
halted in October. After uhoollng
up past Wyoming and t lircutcnliitf
to nuH Ltiulslana and Kansas, It had
nettled back comfortably behind
Wyoming in October.
Production in the cntlro nation
continued to decrease duritiK Octo
ber. Tho dally average' for tho
month, 1,149,613 barrels, was 70,
887 barrels a day lcs than the pro
duction for September and was the
UUM INUKU UN I'AUK IN INK BISH.
BABY KILLED BY WARD.
Infant Wouldn't 12nt, M'nii Attcmpt-
.l to Foroo Hlm by ( lii)Kliig
. anil Hcatingi Injurlra KilL
.COLOItADO SPRINGS, Colo.. Nov,
2t. ltofusal ot Loralne Howard
Snger, 2 years old, to eat his dinner
last Sunday cost him his life, ac
cording to evidence Introduced at a
coroner's Inquest hore yesterday.
Death wan duo directly to. violence
at tho hands of John Hook, a
rancher living near ltush, Col., tho
The baby, left in the tare of Mr.
and Mrs. nook by Its mother, a
Nevada school teacher, was beaten
with a razor strop and caught by
thn throat and shaken In un at
tempt to forco him to eat, Hook ad
mitted on the witness stand, Phy
slclans who examined the boiiv ilibr
that tho choking possibly caused
rupture ot a blood vessel in thu
When tho baby's father, an over
seas veteran, broken down In health,
entered a federal vocational train
ing institution In Milwaukee, Wis., a
a year. ago. Mrs. Sagor left her
child with tho Hooks, paying them
J 30 a month from her salary as a
school teacher for his caro.
11 WOMEN ON BURCH JURY
Attorney Socks to Swear Them In
Pledged Against a "Compromise."
LOS ANG1CLES, Nov. 26, A Jury
sworn and pledged to a stand of
"no compromise" In Its deliberation
on the verdict in the trial ot Arthur
Ilurch, chargOl with tho murdor of
J, Rolton Kennedy, is tho principal
aid of District Attorney wooiwinc
It developed today. Woolwlne's d
mand for a "no compromise'1 Jury
It was stated, la made to prevent a.
repetition of what happened in thrf
trial oOIarry S. New. Jr.. slayer
of l'reeda Lesser, in tne now raw
all of tho jurors vole,i -guuiy, " out
they were divided on the quitlon
whether to Inflict the death penalty
or givo life Imprisonment, A com
promise verdict ot life Imprisonment
was iinany rfacncu.
When tho Iturclir trial Is resumed
Monday. 11 women and ono man
will be In tho box as temporarily
lnern th C'hrlntmu lay, givt t photi
of yourflf lliat you will b proud ot
Corc Studio, imr ittnbtri'i. Ailvt.
quarters. Wltcn President HanN
ing mude his nwoclatlon of na
tions proposal Friday tho situa
tion was this: The arms limita
tion conference, Insofar as the
main Issue was concerned, that
of limiting armaments and sti
lling tho, far cawtcrn problem,
was getting off the front page
of the newspapers. The Innumer
able complications that have
arise? as a result of the confer
ence lias assumed the loading
place In thu nations'- mind.
Thrso complloatlonH Included
the Anglo-French discord over
land disarmament with a side
lino extending to the submarine.
Italy Is in the row against Franco.
China has made herself tempor
arily unpopular by threatening
too withdraw from the confer
ence because of an exposition ot
CO.VTINWtCD ON fAlIK NtNKTKKN
CHINA MAY" SIGN
PACT WITH REDS
rnI , j Ail- t t j M
Threatened Alliance Her
rrm Powi in flnnio
irUmp L-.irU 111 Uame
RUSSIA MAKES A BID
Envoy Maintained to Dissemi
nate Propogunda ; Railroad
Returned to Chinese '
Hy THANH CHATILTON.
I. N. s Bt" COrrenpundtnt.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 26. Tho
possibility that China may threaten
to enter Into an alliance with Hus
sla for tho mutual protection ot
their Interests In tlje Pacific It. .thp
powers refuse- to grunt tho demands
which China contends are vital to
her future Integrity solvency, con
fronts tho international conference
China's Trump Card.
So far this threat hoverM only In
the bxickirrolind. Jt has not taken
concrete form and la bclns re-! in, and possibly Itussla. And cer
servod as the final 'trump card in talnly those countries of contra una
the hands' of tho Chinese. ..cMTl.NUhU on I'AUtt NINWTfcBN,
There is an unofficial ltti-lan
envoy In Peking at presont repre
senting the Moscow soviet, and the
far eastern republic. ThUi agent
M. Yourln by name has divided
his nctlvltlos along three Unco:
1. To secure formal recognition
of tho Moscow government by
2. To Investigate an ugrcemnt
between lluasla and China.
3. To arouse Chinese sympathy
for tho bolshevik moveniont
through tho, dissemination ot pro
paganda. Ho haa acquired a Chinese fol
lowing, tho exact size of which
cannot bo estimated,
KiLHHla n Itcndy Alley.
Russia is the bitter foe ot Japan
and llrltaln, two countries that, tho
Chlpcso. allege, Jiavo taken leader
ship in the effort to retain foreign
domination in China.
An alllauco between Russia and
China would combine two vast
populations Into a total of ibout
CONTINUE!! ON l'AOE Nl.NETKEN.
Failed to Signal 'Turn'
Judge Pays Motor Fine
PASADKNA, Cat., Nov. 26 A
plea of guilty to a churgo o.f having
turned a corner' In this city with
his automobile without having given
a signal ot his Intention to do so
resulted In United States District
Judge Pago Morris of Dulutli,
Minn,, being fined J10 by Pollc
Judge 13. K. Dunham ot Pasadena
MRS. M'CLINTOCK IS 'DEAD
.Motlier oi Prominent Tnl.ni Oil Mnn
SiKViimlis to Iong Hlnc.
After an Illness of more than a
year, Mrs. P. G. McCllntock of 320
Host Nlnteenth street, died about
10:30 o'clock Saturday night. Her
husband, V. G. McC'llnlock,' and son.
It. Otis McCllntock, ot the. Gypsy
Oil and Gulf Pipeline companies,
woro at her bedside when thu end
occurred. A daughter. Miss Marion
.McCllntock, attending school at
Philadelphia, Pa., has been sum
HURT IN FREAK ACCIDENT
Texan, Cnrrjlng Dyimmlto Caps In
ins rot'i.ci, ( oiiiiich Willi Croubar,
KAUMKRKVILLH. Texas. Nov. 26.
Lester Gr.immer Is In u hospital
here today, suffering from a wound
tn the 'thigh und loss of blood nsl
ui rfotliimi ilUUUICIll,
Grammer who is a construction
foreman at tho municipal dam, was
rarrylng dynamite cans In his
I pocket when ha brushed against a
l crowbar causing them to explode.
Dr. Mrk White fhlorni goltrr pe
I'lalliti will b at llolfl Tulla, Decfintier
UNDER NEW NAME
Strong and Healthy Copy
of "Paris Brand" Pact i
Looms in Future
HARDING IDEA SHAPING j
"Association" Will Follow in
First League's Footsteps,
Without the "Covenant"
ONE BIG DIFFICULTY SEEN
New Society, Which, Woiild
Include Russia, Must First
Satisfy Folks at Home
Hy (IKOitClK It. HOLMUS
1. N. 9. mull i;rrrpiinuiiu.
W.VHH1NOTON. Nov 26. If
preseitl itlans of tho administration
nmtriaiue. n seems certain today
that befors the ar rolls over tlm
,..,,, mimt conference. hero thero
iv.ill us a .-trn? mid healthy revival'
of tho league of nations 111 tno tieiu,
.Muv llino Any Nnnic.
It may be tnHed an ussoclatlon
of nations, an association for limi
tation of armament, or n society for
the maintenance of tho International
peace anything but u leaguu of na
tions and Its work will be to per
petuate the agreements ami decl
uimi tliut nre io be reached by tha
iiowuth now aisemplod here. That
ilsvork will parcllrl that of tho
IniiriiH of nations at Geneva
In many particulars Is not denied.
Detnlls of the organization which
It is planned to pence, here before
the statesmen return homu are not
M.". however, Ami it .. the
confident expectation uiai " !
time- tho conference adjourns, 1Tj-I-
.1 . 1 1 .. .1 1 ,ttA- hlu uflvinra Willi
U1.-IIV lltimiitl, .,..
bo prepared to Idy before thi) de
parting statesmen a plan whereby
those who took part In the confer
ence, and other peacefully Inclined
nations may gather each year about
u common table to discuss their
ltiiKMlii Mar I to Invited,
Germany will' bo Invited to coma
SLEUTHS FIGHT A DUEL
Aligned to (iimnl Against Itoh-
borlcs Tlioy JIKtnki Ono An
other for llnndlts.
MILWALMClii:, Wis., Nov. 26.
Mistaking each other for thlrvos
two railroad detectives fought a duel
on a Mllwaukeu road train six miles
froni Urookflold Junction last night.
It became known toduy.
As a result John nrosnahan,
Fond Du Lac, Is in a. critical condi
tion from a bullet wound In his ab
domen, Ho Is not expected to llvo.
Klmer Kler.k, Milwaukee, Itf sUf-"
fcrlng from a scvero bullet wound
In his urm.
Hresnahan and Kleek wero sta
tioned on a merchandise train bound
for Waukesha, following a number
of train robberies In tho vicinity of
Brooktlold. As tho train passed
Hrookfleld JuncUon tho detectives
began stealthily creeping toward
each other. At Hrookflrld tlmy
caught sight of ouch other simul
taneously. Then, with tho train
rushing through thu night ut about
thirty miles an hour, the detectives
opened fire, When lilt, both men
pitched forward and were Jolted
from tho train,
"("oiiMlilriii'" Agiilnxt rofli,
MASON CITY. Iown. Nov, 26. A
conspiracy on board Marshal Foch's
special train to convert mm to tne
American game or rootimii wan
scented In the, purchase here yester
day of a football to bo presented to
tho marshal. Thoy wired ahr.nl for
tho pigskin The train wn to Flop
n tho country near Austin to perm It
tho passengers a workout. Several
of tho American omccr on board
are old college gridiron start, it was
The Board ot Education for the
city of Tulsa expended $6ft33M of
the taxpayers' money for bottled Water
b)lwce(i July J, 1020 and July 1, 1021.
Show thin to your timid friend who
is afraid Spavlnaio water will increase
AMERICAN VETS OF
TELL OF BEING MARCHED TO FRONT,
HANDS TIED BEHIND THEIR BACKS
Warned to Quit
City of Haskell
HAHIv F.I-U Nov. 2(! Ilontleg
?ers beware!" "Idlers go to
work!" "Support jour wIvch, not
Otheis!" "Do tltito others us you
would be done, by!" These woro
mine of tho Imnners displayed by
ibout 3t0 masked urn! whlto
liooded men who staged a parade
Fifty-seven automobiles were
Used In traversing the streets ot
Haskell, the parade sinning at
the extreme enstml ami moving
lowly through Hie business dis
trict and westward, whnrn the
formation quickly broke up and
the masked participants disap
peared. While there has been tin pro
nounced activity on tha part ot
tho disorderly gentry In Haskell,
yet It tins been rumored that
bootleggers, gamblem, immoral
ivoinen and professional vagrants
have been preparing to establish
The streets wero crowded with
the Saturday night shoppers when
tho pHrudlug men appeared und
I lie banners, each one bearing a
nnrnjng, provoked nppluiiso alt
along tho route of tho parade.
ROWS INTERRUPT '
Wrangles Over Technical
LePUl Points ChPPK
ut4,ui runiLb VjIHXK.
l) rvrU t i lrxrtn
Progress in Case
FATTY SCORES AGAIN
Additional Witnesses Declare
Miss Rappc Often Tore in
Pain at Her Clothes
BAN KRANCISCO, Nov. 26. Two
heated legal v.T.rtigles mjtt"rln!ly
checked tho progress of tllo ArhucUle
case today anil both wont over until
Monday ror argument.
The first arose when the details
endeavored to have read itepoiltloiis
taken In Chicago and ,Vw Vm k. Thn
state demanded that they bo per
mitted first to read tho documents,
forecasting a battlo as to their ml
mlssabillty. ICjiwrt N QiiOKtlninil.
Tho second was over thu iuallflrn
tlons of Ignatius McCerthy ut u fin-
rONTINUKO ON PAflE NINI'.TEf.N
HAD ENOUGH PUNISHMENT
Jnll Trnn Not Ncled for This Pnr.
tleulnr Pair ot Swindlers.
CHICAGO, Nov. 26. Impressing
his opinion that Thomas and Wilbur
Keelln, members of tho gr. In firm
of T. W. Keelln & Co., con
victed of sheet writing, had been
punished more severely by their ar
rtt and lndlltment than they would
hy any prison sentence, Judgo Harry
Klsher today proposed releasing the
brothers for threo weekn.
The Keelln brothers and nine,
others pleaded cullty recently to
soiling gralh at short weight over a
period of two years. Their attorney,
Weymouth Klrkland, asked a flno
Instead of a prison HOiiteneo.
"These men liavo no business or
friends left as a result of this ex
pose. Whnt could ho more humili
ating?" ho said. "One sister has
died as a result ot this caso and
another Is In u hospital suffering
Judge Klsher said that If these
men had swindled tholr customers
they already had enough, punish
Rnrve.Br p. I ft I it
NIUNUAT NlGlH i
Tabernacle, Scene of Clos
ing Rally for the
EVERYONE MUST VOTE
Tulsa's Future Depends Upon
Citizens' Voteruesday, So
Chairman Trusty Says
SMALL TOWNS WANT WATER
Over Supply From Mountains
Would Take Care of Three
Neighbors of Tulsa
To Car Owners
IIimo you signified to IIiomi In
chnrgo of tho riinimlgii thill
)(iu will iiirtlclHit( In llio I'lti'
lion 'nirwluj- hy using your itir
for llm jnirpiMC of taking otci-H
lo und fioni the inlls',' H Is lui
lii'iiillo,,iHfor(lln lo t'limpnlgii
Mnnngcri T, A. Trusty iindJCd
Dultoii, that uiiHi('iirH ho lisiil
In oiilcr I hut no ono shall fall
to uu Nothing Is moro Impor.
tnnt to tho future of 'INibui lliiin
Spnvliunv Hiitcr, coiisciiiicntly
I hero Is ho iiuloinohllo tmncr
who mnnol afforil to ilonnli!
the ii of his I'Jir for all of elec
tion liny If im-llilr, iiini ,ir imfi
of tllo day ut IiuiM.
The last meeting of the Bpavlnnw
water campaign will be held at tho
Illlly Sunday tabernacle, nt Fourth'
and Klgln, at 7 30 o'clock Monday
night. H will be the last opportunity;
for citizens to gather In thn catiso
of an abundant supply of pure,
sparkling water before election day
Tuesday. It will be nn oppor
tunity for Sjuiylunw stippnitfis to
Imblbo pep and enthusiasm prior to
ono of the most momentous ilnyii
in Tulsa's history so they may faro,
election day with determination,
mid ul (he nnlut time It Will afford
anynno who opposes the project a
chanco to obtain accurato Informa
tion about the Spavluaw St) hn or
she may cast a more Intelligent
Itev. It. H, Barton, pastor of thn
Iionton Avenuo M, IS. church, will
upon the mooting with prayer. Ixj-
CONTINUED ON PA OK NINETEEN
Young Iluslncss Alan und Ills Hou4i.
tlfnl Wire or Gallup, New Mex
ico, Pound Murdered.
OALLl'P, N. M., Nov. 6. James
niaekwull, prominent young busi
ness man, and hi wife wero found
shot to denth today on thn porch
of their home In this city. The
couple wre lnt s'-en wlinn they left
a theater last night and tho double
murder Is shrouded In mystory. Mts,
lllacKwell was ono of tho beautlfu
women In this section of New
co und was active In tho soul
of the community.
Police could assign no motive for
tho crime. Thry believed the
Illackwell's encountered burgmrs
upon teaching their home from thu
theater and were shot down by the
Intruders. An ompty Jnrge-callbcr
shell was tho only evidence, founu
near tho porch where tho bodies
wero dlsroveied this morning,
SOUTHARD WANTS DIVORCE
"llltielKviril," Now HrT Prlori, Col
lapMW When llusbund Quits Her.
IIOIHI-J, Idaho, Nov. 2s. Mrs.
Lydla Southard, the womaii who
smiled when ajrt-csted for murder!
faced n Jury of 12 men with com
Iipsuro und went to prison without n
tnurmur, collapsed today when in
formed that her fifth husjiand.
Puul Vincent Southard, is seeking
a dlvorco. The strain of months
ended with a snap and the wonum
who has been the marvel of Idaho
broke down und woil. Shu hall to
no kivcii ituenijpil uy prmuii puyst
elans. However, after recovering, Mrs
Southard regained her composure
and refused to make n statement.
IMPORTANT GRIP FOUND
Hi wfun of American Soldiers, Iteady
. to Ih-iuo Gcrinnn), Were llclnjcil.
rnin.KMZ. Nov. 26. Tno misting
sultcuss containing tho piwrlji of
tho wives of 82 American MI;:
who left hero for A,,tYJ n h .re
on their way home was und h re
.this morning oy w.e mi......
1 The military police whe found the
documents expressed belief that tho
BBtchel hud been taken from tno
i train by a jealous woman.
Of Other Wars
To Be Sold Off
WASHINGTON. Nov. 26. Kit
linn khlps of (be old navy will be
put nn the auction block soon. It
was nnnoiiiiri d tonight by the
niivv deparlm.nt. Several of
them helpvd lo make American
history, among them balng the
iruUer llrnoklyii, flngshlp or
Iteur Admiral William Schley
during tho battle of Santiago,
Others are the cruiser Columbia,
which In her prim was onn of
tlm fnHest ships on the sea. tho
battleships Maine which i'pli' d
the battleship of thnt n-Wne i'c
stroyod In Havnna harbor. The
battleship Missouri launched In
1001, tho cruiser Memphis, now
a wreok on the S.m Dominican
coant and the torpedo boat ilul,
which recently has been known
us tho Orlolu, while n'rvmg it
headquarters ot tho llaltlinufu
Kour monitors on tho lUt nrn
the Mlnatmiiimah, built In t.Ki'i2:
l he Ozark, formorly the Arkansas
and the Puritan, both of which
have served as naval mllltla
ships at WuhltiRtun and tho
Other ships aro tlm Intrepid, n.
htrel training ship; thn Galate.t,
anil tho Wrii, steam yachts uitd
as putrol craft In tho world war,
the freighter Surprise and tho do
stroyer Smith, built In 1900.
5 BOND PROJECTS
Water Bonds Unofficially
Lose by Narrow. Mar
gin of 34 votes
NEW HOSPITAL VOTED
Hut All Other Improvements
in Election Test Hopeless
ly Lost, Returns HShow
OKLAHOMA CITV. Nov. 26. --
Kvery olio of tho olx bond Issuo pro
posals voted on by tho citizens of
Oklsiinma City todsy were defeated.
lly the narrow margin or 31 votes
tho water bond Issun lost, complete
reports showed. Not until the last
of tho til pieclncts Had been heard
from was tho result of the water
bond nrnnosnl decided. Tha total
count, L8 precincts, gav 3,731 votos
lor tne norms and 3,7er votos against
the bonds, a defeat of tho issuo by a
scant 34 votes.
Water Ilonds May Ypt Win.
Tho figures woro Unofficial.
Figures on the wator bond vote,
while eornnleto and ro-checked twlcu
by different tabulations, are unof
ficial, and it is barely possible that
tne nrtioiai count way reveal suffl
clent errors to put tho water bonds
across. Unless somo radical error
nan been made by precinct Judges.
however, the water bonds nr lost.
Willie, the country precinct out
tilde Oklahoma City generally voto-l
ugalnst the proposed cminty tuber
culosis nospitat tne city vote ror tne
Hospital was rnvoraiiio tiy a big mar
gins In the flrnt and second wards.
The election of the county hospital
Is thereby assured by tho only fivar
ublo bond vote of thu entire election.
The City Hospital Vote.
The complete cltv voto on the hns
pltal was. Kor tha hospital, C . f 1 1 4 ;
agulnst the hospital, 3,302. This
CONTINUED ON I'AIJH NINKTUHN
NINE PERISH' AT SEA
Writing Sleet Storm TluinUsglvIng
Day Kent "City of New York"
Down, l-liidli.tr of lUslles Shows.
OKWKGO. N. Y., Nov. 26 -Nine
persons, six men, a woman und two
children perished in a driving
sleet storm which swept Like On
larin Thanksgiving day and sent the
burgu City of Now york to tne not
torn, It was revealed today when thu
freighter Isabella H.,eanie to port
with five bodies picked up from tho
TWO life UliatS woro inuncnni nun.
,n8 j,argei but ono was ompty when
found by the Jwit'elW H. ion n i
outn or nionyi'uii"' "
tvere bodle of four membqr
of the crew 'anil Mrs. Hurry
' . . ... l. f., thn rilfmr I
Ilnndall, W 1 1 ' ,,rB I KANHAtf- -Pair sus.layi cool.r In rail
of the barge. There was no '"ace llon M,Ux Mt wl,h mod-rst. ilm
of the barge, which had set nut oarly nraiure
jnanKagiving iiiuiiuiik -" iivhiuiii j
The lifeboat containing the bodies I
was half wasli. ami it was surmiseu
i t..i. - ,h iu..i,nii,.
, bmllt,H ,f captain Randall,
, ,wo children and one member of
he crew, who wero probably on
. f probably swept
vrboal.,i, D, ath was probably dun
1 ,..un.r ,l(r.ctor.. H. DuuM.r. Ph.
Ulractora, "II H. Iluuliltr. fhonta
Aiubuls&c rvi:i, AUv1!.
GROUP OF YANKS
One Youngster, 17 Years
Old, Among Those Who
Stayed to Fight
WERE CALLED COWARDS
Colonel HarrmiRued Them,
Askinj,' They" Fi;ht .Once
More Against Moors
SPAIN HASN'T FORGOTTEN
Memories of Spanish-Ameri
can War Responsible for
Much Harsh Treatment
11 the AMnrlalfil rri.
LONDON, Nov. 26. Twenti'
AinerlcatiH who Joined tho Spanish
foreign legion last summer still re
main In a Spanish camp nhar Ceuta,
Morowo, sufferlnr from dysentry.
heptlc sores and vermin, according to
stories told today by two of their
erstwhile comrades, member 6t
tha contingent ot 13 Americans and
4S iirlttshers who . reached London
yesterday after seven weeks nf cam
paigning against tbo Moors ott tho
Theso stories of tholr stranded
"Huddles" wern tnld by Charles W.
Ilrown or New York city, and
Charles Stephenson, a native of
New York whoso home now is In
Trouble Just Hcgiin,
Among those left behind In the
Hpultlsh camp, they Mild, ufn C, II.
Lloyd, Petersburg, Vn a youngster
under 17 yenrs i)f age; Jle'njamin
Margolls, lioaton, Mass., who Was
WMIIlwlfiil whlln nn thii Tnlllnrt fhnnl
and George Corbett of Brooklyn, N,
V., who paid his own faro from
America when he? Joined tho Span
ish troops. They aro all. now. desti
tute, according to Drown and
Stephenson and their sufferings aro
iiouiin to prcomu worse, witn tho
rainy season In Morocco Juet be
iirown and stopnenson confirmed
earlier stories of hardships and
cruel treatment at thn hands of
Spanish omrem. Thoy said they
participated In 11 bnttleu between
September 17 and November 4, In
cluding those nt Mount Gouruugou,
Nador, xciuan and Mount Arrult.
Iloth having fought with the
Canadian army during the world
war, enlisted as British subjects
with 45 others and railed frptn
Southampton, September 1, on tho
CONTINUED ON I'AOB NINETEEN
IVircwvliiR CrlnU at Washington. Ho
Instruct KccTctnrlcs to Inquire
un to Ills Passage.
LONDON, Nov, 26, Foreseeing a
crisis at Washington In tho near
future. Premier Lloyd George today
ordered his secretaries to make in
quiries regardlug steamer passage to
the t'nlted Stutes next week
"Tho most i.'rlllral stage has not
yet been reached In thu lonference
discussion, despite Premier ItrlamPs
speech," yas Downing street's ex
planation of the present situation at
Official discussing the Washlng
trt ,f.nfnrmifp. referred to the alow
progress being made by the "'pCjfe
at the American capital jamo
, down to the bedrock of details of dls-
armament. They aecmreo ine iai
. ... . . - .1 K-l .1 nf
nien at vaniin,iini iwiim -
disarmament here i.eueveu too proo-
lonis facing the delegates could not
bo solved without Iho inspiration of
Premier Lloyd George's prraence and
Ills deftness as H mediator.
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