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RELIABILITY CHARACTER ENTERPRISE
OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST, NEWSPAPER
I) .vEKAOB SWOnN NKT PAID
VOL. Xffl, KO. 176-
TULSA, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1922
PRICE 6 CENTS !
TO AVERT STRIKE
Present Power Exhausted ;
Strike to no uraeny,
Labor Men Assert
STATE MINES TO CLOSE
Only Reduction in Operation
Coat Will Prevent Closing
of Mines, Owners Say
MEN APPROVE LEWIS PLAN
Only Farrlngton of Illinois
Still at Outs With Admin
istration of Union
WASHINGTON', March 2I.A1I
"hone mat tho nation-wide coal strike,
..C..iir.t for Anrll 1. mlKht be
aurte I. has been abandoned, bo far
ti tnc government is ruiiranira, n
4j staled officially at tho Whlto
Houso this afternoon.
t iicsotircos KxlinuMciI,
After a careful survey of every
pect of tho situation by tuo cnuinoi
,w it ,. n atated thora Is no likeli
hood of pi eventing suspension of
activities. Tho Government has ex
hausted all of it resources to pre
sent the strike, hut what will follo.w
suspension of activities on April 1
m l,n worked out by President
Harding and his ndvlsers between
now and that time.
The strlko will ho orderly, labor
leaders hero today asserted.
Tho miners havo been ordered to
itrlke to tho limit, but they havo
likewise been ordered to strlko
clean," said James Lord, head of to
raining department or. uie junsnoiu
Federation oi uiiior.
Cleveland Mcciliiff Aiiiponniii.
; i i . mmrtera much Interest
li being num festod In the, : "ting
of the ra ncrs' policies committee in
Cleveland. The action take t at th a
meeting wll guldo th f W Jt
In handling the strlko situation when
it uoeiopn, uiin-m.
Coal experts of tho geological but-
vcyraiu iimi ion ' ' ' .
x' thoutfrnl of the country WOO
SIX inOUSanil Ot llll CUUllllJ o I
mines and leavo the nations coin
fnCsCtl0de.Ivr.rinC6 amaxlmum"' ot
mines delivering a maximum ot
600,000 tons dally.
hema coal Operators association said
Snv.,".0r.?"..'iL,0il) Z ffin vm.
mvui fii viiii.iv iiw v -
terday with members of the nssoci-
.... . , , , tv,n
"It Is a lead nlno rlncll Hint tno
optrators will not contlnuo operation
vader present conditions until oper-
Unit expenses can bo reduced to a
point where compctltlvo prices on
other kinds" of fuel and cpnl from
C.nr fi? llH C?" b0 l"lLt X l
Mid. "There Is no present danger
of a coal shortago because tho rail-
rty, i havo at least a 'our-'"0"'1
supply In their yards at present.
More than that nonunion mines can
iroduce enouch to avert an actual
CI.E 1 LAND, Ohio, March 21.
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Practically unanimous approval of
the coaj strlko call Issued by John
I Lew s, president of the United
MlilS Workers of America, was In-
dleated hero tpdny when the general
, .v, rauiiiiiiivu ol i"u
Union, tilih rcnresentntlveM nresent
Cuo?? orsanlzcd field In the
Inlted States and parts of Canada,
wtnt Into session behind closed doors
at he Hollendcn hotel.
irank Farrlngton, insurgent pros!-
nt of the Illinois minors, furnished
tlis only discordant note. Ho ngaln
' 'no can as -premature, uv-
curing that no call should havo been
Issued until tho commlttco was called
totther to make a decision and In-
i.t1."1 lnat 1,0 mBlit mnko n fight
Jilthln tho commltteo as soon as ho
linds out "what Lowls wants."
larrlnaton followed President
J-ewls nnd reiterated his declaration
mat wii- this government crumbles
a n illIllinois' miners will still
o itrik.iig while others nro begging
ne onti.iiors for Jobs."
speakers who followed Varrlng-
ton took r.-rcptlon to his romarkB.
Willinni Hoy, Vlco presldont of tho
Ulilo tinners asked Farrlngton to
cnangn i.Ih "when" to "It" and a-
I i? ",Ht every loyal ""Ion man
woum remain with the officers "until
nJI trre,.es over.
A recess was taken shortly after
noon until ;30 O'clock.
u.l1. " satloti ot conditions
nansas mining district relative
to the impending trlltn nml sum.
mon.,1 - rV,1;...,"1"?'1'?..."'
i coal one ra o ra assoelat i'm
an -i...fL. operators association
( the" ,'n ,ead"a &ln vSnJwer. r
Amfika to aD car ,.p (" nnrt
'r a hearing hc?e March -9 0
varnig nera iiarch .J.
Vi r T"
"vW Lllie (J0nnevl8
Hin Pnnl With 7lcrf
"ty i OOl Ull 1
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rarv i,... i . '"lu tul""
It I 13 ' l nlenl for o stretch
Of i,i.Y mi -tu tor it airmen
'luii100J:. T,,lli '" ''ein iiccoin
H'liel, officials of tho company
"on ofirt, r n expJlt0 ",u comple-
.. u""iiuieii r.nuinany h
Taka. 1 1,10 I'yons pol ,,,t0
.,TANI.E A HtllNr.
:.":! nlrtoV: i a n,?.. ..k...
Amtulanc nrvloa. Adyt,
Adopted by All
Of Ford Plants
DKTROIT. Midi., March 21
Adoption of the 40-liojir week no
it permanent policy In nil plants
of tliti Ford Motor compuny wns
unnoticed tonlKht by IMsel 11,
Ford, president of tho company.
Under tho now plan, tho factories
will la closed on Saturday nnd
Sunday, nnd nbout throo thou
sand moil will be added to tho
force. Tho chango will nffect
approximately fifty thousand
cinploycn. who will contlnuo to
receive tno minimunt 6 a uay
New employes, however, will
receive a minimum of. 5 dally,
the prewar scale.
in making tim announcement,
Mr. Ford mid ho hud reached
the conclusion the 40-hour week
wan practical; that tin addition
al day of rest would prcvo n great
Pencil to tho workers ntin tnut
tho production scheduks of tho
l'ord Industries could ho so ar
ranged as to maintain the pre
ent output of tho curtailed work
CORNER STONE OF
HI ADDITION LAID
Simple Masonic Ceremo
nies Mark Event of
NORVELL IS SPEAKER
Stone Holds Concrete His-
k tory of School Activities
at Present Time
With simple but Impressive Ma
sonlo ceromonlcs tho corner-stone
"i 'S. "" .V"",'
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Msonlo ,odKe ot Oklahoma Friday
nflcrnoon, TbP ceremony' which
lm(, bf cn p,,,,,,,.,, 0 acc0llnt ot
Inclomcnt weather for sometime was
staKod whllo ou, So, nld patty D0.
hind fleecy clouds. Weather condl
UomJ otllerw,BO wero ,dellI.
T.-nllowlntr (hn Invocation hv Ttev.
J. J. Ud grand Masonic chaplain
, n'jllinm I ,n trinnn tiirtp,l
y - "'"V," "f V.in cloek Tho offl-
Inch.deli t VsteV
,..,., , ,i,,,.tinn with thn
n, - ,,,Jr. nhnlnmnh. ll'st nf thn
directors ot tho various departments
" Jho city schools, n schedule of
coyy o . no
ot tho superintendents of tho ichoola
a Mil tlinii tin nir-u. n rnVIPW Ot II1D
VBlcm. ,, 'holograph of tho
high school principal, oiuciai rec-
orun ot tno variuun .iunuinu uumcs,
,. ,...,. i,, i,
Vjasiern 8to Knight Templars and
Xr MiSiSc bodies, wro placed
. , , ,
,n ? "may0 Tcslctl.
T ro?nor?8tVno was then tested
hy tlicr Masonic emblems, the square.
and level, and found to bo
Hml truo tho ,cl 1)0X con.
talnlng tho foregoing official records
...ttH .,, ..aiccl nnd nut In the place
, t S u )n th8 centcr o tho
A cun ot 0 ,VBfl Mxt poured onto
thn innn In ceremony. John C.
nurnctt. denuty grand master of
11 U rill-1 1 . uvi'uiy k i it iiva 1 4 1 1 ? v fc
okInnomni wi,0 ,vas acting grand
mastcr an,i i charge of tho cere-
monCg dedicatod the corner-stono
.- i.. ..i.. nr "nnn nf hn
Krenle,t institutions In r democracy
todny." tne public Bcnooi system.
' t .. V. vn..n vrmrl
nrator nnd acting Brand orator, who
, tl)Ia capa0iy ha officiated in tho
i-vi..- f ti10 rorner-stonr of the
,,tatu cnptoI at Oklahoma City, tho
iavinfr ,,f tho corner-stone of tho
r'CHent ijcntrHl high m-hool, the
COurthouso building nt Miami nnd
0tu.r weu Known huliaings over tne
Bta(c avo ti,0 ony address ot the
Norvell nald that If hn had chosen
Subject for his address for that oc-
,.non jt would have been thS "Na-
tlonal Objective" and lie went on to
oiilet'tltc Now AttnlnWl.
"im,- ijcforo tills country ever
iin(i a faSl 1)en llko Thomas Jeffcr-
on( jim Adam. Patrick Henry and
(lenrgo Washington had outlined
thn national objective which tho
colonial troopers later moulded
j,,tt) a reality.
"After this objecllvo of 'Liberty
For All' had been written Into the
blood of tho revolution it was wrlt-
ten Into the very lives of theso early
colonists, out of this objei tlvo there
merged the public school nystmn
tCO.NTlNl'i:i ON rAOl! 8l:vEN.)
ENT0MED BY BLAST
i ,.mll, KIlri
1 "" """V,.,! ,, t ;' "
Nrur Trlnlilad in viisiir.
i'HRitr.o. rnlo.. March 21- l our
boUlM have been taken out of Hun.
, Trln i ad. In
which "an exploslj,, took place at
3'I6 o'clock ibis aficrnoon. ny
"no of Iho bodies has been positively
i,i .j 1, i iiu.t nf .toe Ilonuto.
Sixteen ain still inlsslug.
The explosion took place Just as
the men wero changing shins, two
iiundrcd men had boon In tho mlno
and while tim change was taxing
Place. It is belleve.i tuai . it.j- a .,.
forty wero In the mine, ah m uu-m
'".Vif thn rieenllon of tho Hi still
forty wero In the
i wiii. jbo excon on of tno in i
ming UX0Cb'een accounted for
TULSA. Jtirch St Mstlinum i. mlsl-
nulh wlnil. 1rt iloudr.
eil purity cloudy nn cooler In wi
portloni Sun.lsy fslr. colder In por
tion. . , .,,.
Kir,,.hoJ.r. In east portlooi Sundoy
KANSAS- -unMtll'n "'
BONUS ON SHELF,
Intensified Battle Expect
ed for Measure During
MAY CHANGE IT AGAIN
Republicans Have Not Yet
Abandoned Hope of Using
Debts to Finance Bill
HARDING MAY 'C0MEAR0UND'
His Attitude Will Probably Re
More Favorable by Time to
Take Final Action
WASHINGTON, March 21. Uf.
forts to learn at tho Whlto House
this afternoon whether President
Harding will veto tho present bonus
bill If It Is passed by tho senate, re
sulted In the statement that "It Is
not politic for tho president to ex
press a determined lino of action
upon penuing legislation."
WASHINGTON. March 24.
Scarcely had tho senate) finished its
fight over tho four-power treaty to
day when tho house laid tho long
controverted soldiers' bonus bill In
Scnato business was halted for the
presentation ot tho measure, which
was accomplished with thn usual
formality. Appearing In tho midst
of a controversy us to tho time for
taking up- tho next of tho series ot
treaties, tho houso clerk was escort
ed part way down tho center alslo
Dy tno clerk of tho senate, who an
"Mr. President, a niessago from
mo iioubo ot representatives."
immediately recognized by San
ator Wndsworth, republican, New
York, who was presiding, tho house
;ierk nuulo a deep bow.
"Mr. President, ho wild. " am rtl
rected by I he houso 'of renresenta
tlves to Inform tho scliato that the
house lias passed II. II. 10,876 to
provldo adjusted compensation for
veterans of the World war. In which
tho coneurreneo of tho sonato is ro
A, titter ran itround tho crowded
gnllerles and there wero broad
smiles by many of tho senators.
Kent In committee.
There was a nuchohHoii that the
bill bo referred to tho niinroorlatlons
committee, senator Jlarriron. nemo
crat. Mississippi, declared that he
did not want It sent to the flnancn
comnilttep, explaining that It "might
disturb tho bonus bill that la sleep
"Thorn Is no telling." ho said,
"when that bill will wnko un and
I bellcvo wo ought to send this
measuro to some commlttco that
will act on It."
Thcro followed a squnhblo as to
what committee should consldor It,
but Senator Wndsworlh decreed that
It should go to thn flnnnce com
mittee. Chairman MrCumbcr of
that committee said the bonus meas
ure could not ho taken up until after
tho tariff bill hnd boon reported to
tho senate, hut ho thought thoro
would he quick action on It, both In
tho commltteo nnd on tho sonato
floor. Hn said tho tariff bill prob
ably would .lie sidetracked tempor
arily In the senato to let It through.
fienator"6nioot of Utah, tho rank
ing republican on tho committee,
said the mcasurn probably would be
"Tho bonus bill that passes the
senato will carry a means of financ
ing It," ho declared, adding that the
CONTINUED ON" rAOK SEVEN.
Here are some of the features you will want to read
The llonl Strike Isstio
System of bargaining between
operators nnd miners Is at the
root ot tho trouble between
employer and employe and the
result will dccldo whether or
not this system will retrain In
effect. Wages have been In
creasing bteadlly since tho late
Coal Situation In Oklahoma
The president of the Oklahoma
Operators association presents
the operators'- tddu of tho
fctrlke. ProfltH nrn low ho
says, and to meet tho miners'
demands the operators wilt bo
forced to lay off many men,
' who will bo forced to neck
employment In other fields at
perhaps lower wages.
Spring nnd tho Fishing I'oicr
Jim Pilkingtnn everybody
knows Hie Jim" a native of
Oklahoma, raised on the
banks of tho BpsvltMw, writes
a fish story for World readers.
In addition tn furnishing some
pictures that will make the
ordinary fisherman tako his
tackle out of storage and ho
gin thn process of overhaul
ing; "Hl Jim" I'"" where to
go to get the fish and
charges nothing! for tho Information.
Many other features and the usual departmental tv Hons
appear In Sunday's: World,
The Best Sunday Paper in the Southwest
Harding Says Church Must
Uphold Obedience to Laws
WASHINGTON'. Mnnli 21 The.
rhuicli can rentier no higher sertbe
nt this time than to put for'h Its ut
most iufluencn In bclinlr of frank
hnd willing obedience to tun law of
the land," President Harding do-
hired tonight In nn address tieroie
Iho lllblo das of (.'alva-y llitptlst
hurcli. No newspaper correspond"
cnts wero admitted tn the church,
but the president's nildioi : was madu
publli- from tho W hlto House.
Without giving too mui'ii weight
to itlarmisl oMirewilons, tho presi
dent said "we must ncverMicless rec.
ognlze that thcro Is it very apparent
tendency to a lighter nnd inoii- friv
olous Mew of tho rlllspn'M relations
to both tile stnto nud tho church, '
If people who nfn known tin lenders,
hn added, becomn known for Ihelr
deflanco ot some law, they nt-ed not
ho astonished ir their example is fol
lowed by othci.
At another point Mr. Harding dis
cussed "tho loosn talk nowadays
nbout tho t-atira of thn nrlrltiiHl de
moralization of thn communis- mid
declared that It could "not be laid en
tirely to tho war, hut to a tendency
beforo that period toward "n certain
moral' laxity, it shifting tit staml
ifrds, n weakening of thu sterner
In his experience of n vi-nr in the
Whlto House, ho wild, "thcro has
t-onio to mo no other such unwel
come Impression ns tho manifest re
ligious Intolerance which exists
among many ot our diluent..
"I hold It to bo a menace to tho
very liberties wc boast and cliuruh,
Declaring his belief In the part
which religious reverence has played
Batang School Teacher,
on a Visit, Relates
a New Theory
BANDITS LOVED DOCTOR
Teacher Believes It Impos
sible That Britfands Coldly
ST. LOUIS, Mo March '24.
Hot thut Dr. Albert Lorny Hhelton's
death nt Itulang, Thibet, February
1-7, at the hands of bandits, was ac
cidental, wan expressed today hy J.
C. Ogdeil, school teacher In tho
Christian church mission at llntang,
who Is hern en route to his homo In
Doctor ''helloii, medical mission
ary nf the Christian i-liurrh. who was
tho first Christian do bo grnnlcd ad
mittance to I.hassa, capital ot Thi
bet, was Just about to enter t lie
city when killed.
Mr. Ogdon, whn 1 nn a furlough,
did not hear of Doctor Hhelton's
dcnth until after hla arrival In this
country. Ho was associated with
Dnetor Hholton for ID years. Hn ex
plained that an area about the slui
of Kansas, ailjai-ent to Ilautniig, has
been contested by Chinese and Thl
bctunB for a number of years and
this frequently leads to sklrmlKlio
between Chinese nnd Thibetan sol
dlois. Mr. Ogdon expressed thn belief
that Doctor Shelton was nhot with
a bullet Intended for a ChUieso sol
dier, explaining It was unlikely that
anyone dollherately would shoot Mr.
Shelton nt ho was loved greatly be
cause ot his work of help and
Details have never been received
at tho United Christian Missionary
society headquarters of the Chris
Han church of the shooting of Doc
tor Sholton, who In 1920, was kid
naped hy bandits and who escaped
after being hold rnpllvn 60 days
Iho TortnliM) ami the II arc
Hveryono lemenihers thn
story. Tho World tills week
presents a now version
rather an old version of Iho
fablo by S. W. llniw, Tnhlc
quah correspondent. Iloss
story li that of the Chernkees.
handed down through ages. It
Is a now fablo worth reading.
Hiil-i-r Didn't Want In Quit
Pre vailing opinions of his sil
Vlsors forced lilni to desert hin
nrmy In tho lust singes of thn
World war, according to Ills
own story mid tho story of u
new book Just romplelod hy a
German closn to the kaiser In
hie ln,st moments of leadership-.
lli-viiiupliig the Conn Ilefeii"
1'ncle S.ttn Is making over Ills
obsolelo system of cunstiil de
fense; the fortresses aro being
moved as rlou to tho tea's
- edgo ns possible.
'fjenunnj lmgliho)h' ParnilNu
A close observer of tho Amer
ican army of occupation u-t,ltos
a btory about the forces on tho
Willie. With the provnlvnt
rato of t-xchnngo everv Amer
ican tloughboy In (i'i-mniiy hai
literally been a millionaire nnd
. has lived tho life ot such.
im meil.iiii aehlcvrment, the pie I
Idnnt said: I
"If 1 weie In tiller a ,irnyer for
this republic tonight. It would bo In
i eeeiiseernto us In tellglom devotion
nnd innke us nbldlugly it .God-fear
lug. (lod-Ioviiig people.' !
"There Is no relationship between i
church and slate," tho presld- nt
wild. "Itellglniis liberty has its tin I
alterable plsie, along with civil mid
nil limit lllictty, In thn very founda
tion of thn republic. There Is shown
tho fitr-set-lng vision of the Immortal
founders and wn art' it belter peopl
mill it belter republic because tin-re
Is that freedom.
"I fear It Is forgolleu sometimes.
In the cxperleiiies tit a 5 ear In the
presidency, them hni ' come tn me
mi other such unwelcome Iniptcs
slon ns tho manifest religious Intol
erance whhli exists among many nf
our cltlrctiH. 1 hold It to bp a men
nco tn tho very liberties wo' boast
"In spltn of our complete divorce
ment of church nnd slate, qultn In
harmony with cmr religious fren
dom, thero is an Impel tnnt relation
ship btiwceii church nnd nation, ho
causo no nation onn prosper, no na
tion run nurvlvo If It rvor forgets
"1 havo believed that religious
rcvnrcnco has played it very Influ
ential n ml helpful part In thu
mntuiiiesii Auierlcnn iichlcvumenti
ment. nnd I wish It ever tn nbldp.
If I were to utter n. prayer for tho
republlu tonight, It would hn to re-
consecralo us In "-ellglous devotion
and mnko us abidingly a Clod -fearing,
Mass Meeting Will Be
Held Tonight at the
SUCCESS IN THE AIR
Democrats Hold Organization
Meeting and Select a
Itcrhfhlli'aii raiidltlnleT for city
offlcv will address members of thu
party and will makn individual
statements ns In their platform nnd
policies as to city administration at
it lep-ubllcitu massmectlng to be held
Saturday evening nt 7:30 o'clock III
the municipal auditorium.
John It. lladley. ns republican
nominee for mayor and therefore
the heatl nf tho ticket, will havo the
loading place on thn program. H.
H. Hhor. present olty treasurer, will
speak In behalf of his candidacy
for rnniinlssloiierslilp No. I. Paul
( Meyer In Imlinlf of his candidacy
for colilinlsslonrrshlp No.' 2. wnllii
J. M. Adklson, present commlMSloncr
of police, whose efficient services lu
Hilt capacity republican will again
offer to Hie community, will speak
In thn Interest of Ills coiidlihtnvy.
in tim Interest of his candidacy.
t ics which will ho his In case ot re
election ns school treasurer, anil
Mrs. Trnnk Seaman ns rlty auditor.
lircer Will J'rcMdi'.
I-'rank H. Greer, prominent local
republican, will presldo nt thn meet.
Ing. nnd Charles O'Connor will ho
one nt tho speakers. Hopubllcnns
In general aro Invited to tho rally.
Members ot thn republican city cen
tral committee, nt tho request of
Chairman John Itogers, havo taken
personal word of tho mooting to as
many republicans lu their respec
tive precincts as possible.
Tonight's rally will he one of the
first high-water marks In tho active
campaign which republicans will
wngn In make tholr ticket victorious
nt tho polls week after next. The
republican heiithiuarlers, on Knsl
Third, Is one nf thn busiest places In
the city nowadays, fairly humming
with ncllvity. It. A. Heard assumed
i linrgo as campaign manager eurlt
Krlilay morning, and through IiIh
work Inauguration of a definite
campaign progiam and establlsliln-r
connections with precinct workers,
untile his Influence felt throughout
republican rnnks. Iteinibllcniis weie
self-congratulatory 1'ilday ns to
llielr acquisition of a chairman, nx
Heard bus hud mueli expnilcm n in
directing anil organizing campaigns
of different kinds.
lladley N Cnngroluhilcil.
lladley has been the leeipient of
many telegrams front Tulantix tem
porarily out nf the city coiiginlulHt
Isg him on Ills attainment ot Hie re
publican nomination for iiiiiiin and
congratulating the party for placing
him there. Among the wires Krl
day wns one from H. V. .Sinclair
fmtn Now York: "I wish In con
gratulate thu republicans of Tulsa
on the good Judgment shown In
'nominating you for mayor. Your
election will mean a sacrifice by you
but It will mean a great deal to
Ttilrs. I exleml In von mv cnn.
igrntulnilons." A. A. Moody, general
ninnnger of the Jnrecki Manufac
turing company, a large firm, Ituv -
VONTINUKll ON I'AOR VKVRN.
MISSISSIPPI ON RAMPAGE
llllt-r SHU ItMng, With I'mlh-tlnti
Thai Damage Will llchiill.
MKMPIIIH, Trim . Man h 21.
fho Mississippi river passed the 40
foot mark here today, its phk being
nt tho into uf almost it foot a day.
Hack water has begun In rct-p In
sawmills and iiiniiufnrturli g plauix
lu lbn extreme southern seeilon of
I lift city, although none has lcn
forreil to closo lis et
Water It repotted ovei some of
the Vnioo & Mississippi Valley rail
road tracks at Iikoview. Miss.,
while, thn Ohio rlvor Is still rising at
FOUR MEET DEATH,
TOWN DEVASTATED i
IN KANSAS FLOOD
Torrent Sweeps Down the
Main Street of Burling
ton, Gutting Buildings
DIGGING OUT OF MUD
While Loss Is Million, No
Outside Aid Is Needed,
Business Men Report
THREE BODIES RECOVERED
.'hid Remains of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas McGco; Miss Olc
tlia FniliiiK ' Is Missing
llt'ltl.lNGTON, Jinn., March 21,
Durlliigtiiii began dinging nut of, it
thick deposit of sllmo this after
noon. Nearly every business
houso in town, In addition to many
Humes, presented a tangled mass ot
mini nnd ruined stocim ot goods
Iho death list tonight stood at
four. The bodies ot Mr. and Mrs.
Thouiaa McGco werrf recovered dur
ing tun tiny, ns won uini or irN.
Henry ltnuisdell. Thn body of Miss
Dlothn Ssllng had not been found
un In n lain hour tonlehl.
Traffic Into the tovvn over tho
Snntit l-'o nnd tho Missouri, Kansas
A Texas railroads was expected tn be
resumed late; tonight or tomorrow'.
,DC1 .Ml Oulslltll Alll.
Oulsldn nld Is hot needed, ac
cording to, a number of prominent
local business .inea.
The Neosho river nn libels cteck
receded trt-CAflv durtticr thn. dat- mid
further flood damage, is said to ,bo
remoln. Itnek L-rrek. eWtile.lt. euitti
Mlretitly tltrt-ugJi, . JUtJ li??.rt or UftJ
burluesit dlstlut, curried tho brunt-
of thn tlnlugo, which enmn mi before
hardly nnyonu rnallted what was
happening. Morn thnn six Inchen
of rnin fell within half un hour,
Tho flood which swept down upon
lliiillngtijii last night ami caused
properly damage estimated as ap
proaching it million dollar besides
causing thn death of four pontons, us
Hepnrts from other sections of
Hin state luillcata that, while siimu
rain fell nt various points, nt no
where excepting the Immediate vi
cinity of Ilurllngloii wiih them any
thing like thn downpour resulting
lu the mveep uf water which smashed
lis damaging way down tho town's
main street, demolishing homes, bus
iness buildings nnd carrying ovory
movable tibjeet with It.
Morn than mil hundred persons are
homeless lu Ilurllngloii. with n t-on-
slilerablo number uf additional vie-
lima up Hock cicek.
Nearly a foot of lalnfall, falling
In six bourn last night, transformed
the ordinarily dry crock bed Into a
terrific torrent, nnd a wall of water
10 fcot high Hwept through tho town.
This morning, however, after tho
precipitation ceaod, tho water wnH
receding almost as quickly an It
hnd risen, leaving great piles ot
wreckage, buslncwi houso fronts
raved lu. bridges swent out and nn
nttraetlto town of 3,000 population'
bearing tho sear of tho greatest dis
aster In ttH History.
IliislncNi Section ICiigulfeil,
The cloudburst struck at 8
o'clock. A short time Inter Hock
creel: which runs through the renter
of thn town, wus over itu hanks.
With Incredible swiftness a wall
of water rushed down Neosho street
the main thuioiighfaro unit engulfed
the hiitdnewi section.
Mtrtnll limmnu wi-rm lifted rnnt
11. .t. f,it.tli.,lfinM in, tim r.ircu tit
CONTINUliU ON I'Atii: UKVIIN.
! TRACE MISSING BOAT
AOi-cIchs Message Sn)W Pilot of I
I'lyer Picked l'i ill Sen I ho
PiiMiciigc rs Driittnctl.
MIAMI, l-'lu . Miiich Z4.--A wire
less mrswigo intercepts d hero to
right from it passing ship said that
Hubert Moore, pilot of Hn- flying
boat Miss Miami, which has been
missing for twit tlnys. hnd been
picked up at sea and that tho live
jiiBtiengers had been drowned. Tho
Miss Miami left hero Wednesday for
III ml til. nnd tin extensive search hail
lulled to locale any trace of the
boat or Its occupants.
Tonight threii navy flying bunts
were mi their way from Penracnlit
lo Join tho search, and all avitlkthln
planes from here, West Palm IIchcIi
Mid Key West w con hlng th
waters. Tho combined st'iii'-hlnn'
forces today covered hundreds of
miles, i Ir, ling In and out if ihe keys
nod up an, I down Hit- ' o,i ,1 anil ply
ing the - Pipping lanes hclwi-in Mi
ami ami Key West.
Would Put American on
U AHIIINiii'liN, Man It -I -I'res-iilenl
Hauling is considering asking
i-oiigresM to authorize appointment
of nn American iim number uf Ihu
t ,-pnra t ions i omoiUslon, It was
I, al lied toilnv al lite White House,
t'lidt-r I to- 1-naiaie treaty of peace
between the I niti-d stales and Ger
iriitny It was provided that Ainern
should huvu thn right tu i meinhcr
ship In the ieparatlon:i oinmlslon
upon, cl'-ttiou ot this government,
Heir to Riches
For Real Facts
NliW YUlllC. Mar. li ' I
desire to obtain flrvl hand know
ledge tf poierlV nnd Mifferiiit.
nf thn poor, so that ho can apply
his filtuie fortune to teal philan
thropy, led 17-year-old (torsion
Dilfflcld. millionaire - in bo of
('hleiigo lo run swuy from school
nnd liomu and get a Job as dish
wnslier In a I low cry hint-htnoin,
it'-cortling In it now, nnglq ot thu
case, loveiilcd this afternoon,
Waller .IncKson, a restaurant
worker, who wiy hn worked with
the runaway, is sponsor for the
new Version ot tho wenllhy Chi
Accm-rllng lo Jackson, "Duf,
flelil was Hied of rending hooks
nml having everything money
could buy." lie wnlitnd tn gel a
tastu nt tho rvitl thing In thn
way of poverty tn lie could mnko
charitable gifts to thn host ad
vantage. Mrs, Duffl'-ld, who Is In Ntiw
York socking her sou, sithl shn
hoped ho would show up at her
hotel heforu tho day wns over,
SEARCH GOES ON
Former Bank Commission
er Being Sought by
ON TRAIL OF OTHERS
Another Defendant Surrcn
tiers for Trial; Two Tell
Sheriff They Will Give Up
, putWiiill eaJlioreitiil a y'
uing their efforts to locate I-'red G
Dennis, former slntn hanking com
inlssliincr, and thrrn men of this
rnllnfv who itr-fi ivittitml nil fUinrlren
i lii liidlclments reliiruod against
them and nine other pcrtons among
Whom was Governor Jloberlson,
after an Inquiry Into state hank
failures In this coiintv.
Sheriff l-'runk Bowers- yesterday
nollfieil authorities lit Georgetown,
Ky.. to lie on thn lookout for Dennis
as it was thought hu had guns there
tit visit his mother. Karly todsy,
however, ho hid received no reply
to his request that Iho former hank
commissioner I hi apprehended and
he sheriff wna widening Ihu het for
It's catituro hy communicating with
officers tu other parts of the coun
try where DctinU had been icpurteq
wini nt various times since his ilLn
appearance after resigning from of
Dennis. Is rhaiged Julntly with
Goverlior Itobertson with accepting
n S2S.O0O hribo from officers of tho
rornu-r Guaranty mntu imtik nerii
to lmrmlt the hank to onorote after
It had been found Insolvent.
OKLAHOMA CITY. March 2C
A conference was being held loday
by Gov. J. It. A. ltnbertsnn and hla
attorneys with John 11. Heboid,
John I. Cook and others who were
Indicted hy tint district grand Jury
which Investigated the closing of
several banks: in Okmulgee county.
Heboid 1 charged with having given
a heck for 125.000 to Iho governor,
Kretl G. Dennis, former stnto bank
ciiiniiilHsloiinr and a third person,
Thn governor and Dennis are
charged with bribery In receiving
the check. Attorneys for Heboid and
Cook also wero present.
Governor itouortson muiniuinru
hit policy of silence lu regurd to hl-s
Indictment ami refused to discuss
the matter or today's conference.
The tenth nrrcst on Indlcimcnm
charging Gov. J. II. A. Hobertson,
b'red G. DonnU. former slate bank
i-nminlsslniicr, and 11 others with
felonies after a grand Jury Investiga
tion Into slate bank affairs in the
county, wns entered on the sheriff's
docket enrfy tonight when Mnjelly
!'. .lahnia of lresmn sun endere.l
and inude Pond for bis lelcnse
Held as Am-Mirj .
Jaliara was rhargt-il with being
an Hfcemtory nfli-r Hn- fail In an
rtnbcMlement. It was alleged In tim
lifillrlmeiit Hint h aided In thn en
capo of Hen Ill-own, miller of tie"
defunct Oklahoma Stale bank or
Preston, who Is incused nf nbnond
tng wllh tlOii.nOO of the bank 'I !
fund.'. , ,
Tho nitme of nnolhei- joioliieni
loial hanker among Ihosf Indicted
was officially inuiln publn lodav
with tho announcement liv Hlteiiff
frank How em that tinan t'. Mnon-.j
vice president of the defunct ll.mk
of Conimerce, had wired from Texni
that he would return to Okmulgee
wllhln u few days to submit lo Hr
lest nn clurges of cinlicz.lemunt,
M-cepllng deprmllH in an iimolvtslit
bank nnd making a false report of
lint condition of Hie bonk,
Monro hits been In HI Pnso for
some tlnm with his wife who li said
tu he In III health. '
It. i; Meyem of Hoffman, another
of the defendant Who Is now III Ar
kansas, a Iho has communicated with
local authorities, saying that ll"
would dime hern soon to perfect
ball, Hn Is rhitrgrd with accepting
deposits In nn Insolvent hunk whllo
cashier uf tho First hank uf Hoff
man. Thn leaves but one ot the 13 Indi
viduals l-'inl I iconic unaccounted
fur Howern today talked tu n man
who claimed he saw DcnrtU some
linn, at 'J lu (-h.li.afcu.
COUNT 67 TO 27
Administration Geta Only
-I Votes Over Neces:
sary 2-3 Majority ,-
iKrccment Removing Japan
ese "Homeland" to Be De
cided Durinu Saturday ,
ONE RESERVATION ADOPTED
HraiidCKce's Change, StipUlatr
hit? Treaty Is Not Alliance
Is Voted In
History of Treaty
August II. 1921 President
runtime n tnvitaiifiii to wri-iw.
Ilrltnln, Franco, Italy and Japan-I
for a conferett:a jn naval ilmlta.
November l'H 1831 rirst.e.,l
nion nt conit-rone:. , - ,i
, . . . . i
December 13, 1331 Fnur
pnwer treaty signed at tho state
February 10, uss President
Harding" tddreiiso sennto nnd
presents treaties. Treatlos roil
forred to foreign relations com-'
Knbrnary 25. 1922 Foreign
relations committee, after nine
meetings, hy it veto ot 12 to 1,
;s, by u veto of 12 to J
four-power treaty anil
nent rcbortsd yi the.aonj
I) l,"l9S2-iOn motion oi
"Hettstor fittilKc, four-power treaty
and suppplement laid bofore
March 23, 1922 Debated tn
March H, to S3 Pour-power
treaty ratified. Yeas, 47; lioy-i,
WASHINGTON. March 24'.
Overruling tho hitler opposition' ot
n handful nf republican "Irrecon-
clbles" anil a score ot democrats, tho
umtrii tiiuico senato tins afternoon
unified the four-power Paclflu
treaty, betwoen Great Ilritaln.
l-rnnce. Japan and tho united
Stnles, to protect each other's rights
In tha region ot tho Pacific.
The treaty ,wna ratified by a voto
of C7 to 27, leaving it margin of four
votes over tho necessary two-tblrda
".Supplement" Got-n Over.
Htnntor Lodge asked for unsiil-
moun consent for Immediate consid
eration of the supplemental agree
ment to the treaty. Senator Robin
son, democrat ot Arkansas, objected
and tho ngrcomcnt went over, un
der tho rules, until tomorrow's Bou
rdon, when It was Indicated thorn
might bo sufficient opposition to It
to prevent Senator Lodge from call
ing up the naval limitation treaty
ns he had planned to do.
Attocneu to tun troaty was in"
Hrandegce reservation, stipulation
that tho new pact doefl not const)
ttltn an ''alliance," even though It
replaces tho Anglo-Japanese, al
liance. Hatlflcntlon nf tho treaty fore
shadows hn adoption ot thu whole
lot of treaties that grow out ot the
Washington conference, for all of
tho opposition to Iho pact was cen
tered on the four-power Pacific In
strument. Unit- They Voled.
Four republicans voted against
rntltloathiii Month. Lal'ollolie,
France nnd Johnson.
Twelvu democrats voted for rati
fleiitloii. They wore: Hrouiwaiil,
I oulslntin: Fletcher, Florida; Win:,
Mouth I'nrollna. Kendrlck. Wyom
ing; Mi-Ki-llar. Tennessee Mcyirs,
Molilalia: (luin. Oklahoma: Pomur
il.STIM t;r US PACK TURKU
Kundav dinner Is near!' always
a pinhlotu for most housewives,
li Is usually the big meal ot Hit
week, when every effort In made
In have the best ot food and tho.
i holcest selections. This-mean j
extra buying on Saturday,
The loading grocery stores and
markets of TuUa make this Sat
urday marketing easy for you
hy advertising In The World.
Hvery week you can find lu tho
food advertisements exactly
wliero to buy. what to buy nnd
how much to pay. Today's 1'urq
Food Section Is a Rood example
ot this every Saturday Mature.
Don't miss It.