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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, JUNE 2!) 1922
HELD BY BANDITS
General fJnruznbe Could
Easily Raise Force
pf 1.000 Men
Ready to Recall His Charges
HE HAS A BAD RECORD
Once Captured Regulars,
Killed Them All With Knives
to Save llifl Ammunition
WARSHIPS MAY BE SENT
Stute Department DelmtinK
Use of Force; Mexicans
Object to Jlerrin How
.MEXICO CITY, .tunc JJH.A
Hriice lllclakl, former chief of tin
buiciiu uf liueMlgailuii of die ,A mrrt-
iin iifpiitiiiiciu ii jiimiiv, 1h iiii
longer being lii'lil ii c'Jilithi' hy t fid
mum it men hum ikvii IIOIUIIIK IiIiii
ntr iii.iiihi iiin riiiiMim, nt'ionllng
10 ii illpiitili mcUeil by I'.l .MiiiicIo,
from I'riienle lie I M In
II Is kiiotm Hun Uieri nre n niiin.
Ikt of feilernl liouiiH In Hint Oclnlty:
11 has not ei been (iM'erliilneil
whether lliclnsl.l uiis freed liy Hume
Iiiioh or through riiiiMim mld to
vhiia cmr., Juno ss The to
Atneru iii employes of tho Corttiz Oil
eompnny, who wero klilnnpeil liy
icbcls under (Icticrnl Oorosahn ntiil
helil for ransom, still nr being de
tained, Refolding lo Information
from Tnuiplro toilny.
TiMWDO. Texas, Juno 2S. Ito
poitM reaching hero from Tnmplco
today stated Hint tho 40 American
oil workers 1: lI iif cl hy icbels were
being closely guarded hy Ueneral
llnroznhe, chief of thu band.
(loiiiSMbo wns ii general under Po
lite, who lui il charge of tlio Tnm
plco oil fields for several yearn dur
Imk the revolution urn) claimed to ho
u Vllllstn. Ilo was thu officer who
In 1019 captured a iletncliinent of
I'nrrntiwi soldiers lit Carrnaztil, n
pioporty of tlm lluastvca Oil com
ntiy and nftor standing them on
the firing lino wan reported to have
decided to nave IiIh nmmiinltlon unil
linil thorn killed hy knlvcM.
Itcports hern said Hint In) coulil
easily nilno a forco of 1,000 men If
- i saw
AT VETS' MEETING
'ho ntlll furntMieil n larKe part of
i lie orn llqu'ir conaumed In Tium,
' ft It n Ihfl Iflfirnal no.. aaUn.1 In
KnnlKn I.eonnrd Knpliin'.i pleliirn wiim nrln'eil In Ihe Vrinnoolla venr
hook In eonnertlon with a caricature. Ilo na i he m uiIIhij: io i the inat-
ter ilroii." hut M'Vi'Ml 1 nlteil 8tnvn Henalern arn InvcttiRnllni; thu tioa-
fillilllllcM of racial dlhc rlnilnntlon at Hie naval nudniiv.
WASHINGTON. Juno Sft. Whrth.
er American wnmhlpH nro to ho illw
pntclioil to Tnmplco, wlmro from 40
to DO Americans anil a larKo amount
of American property aro being hold
for rannom In dependent upon tho
nature of further report from Mex
ico City and Tnmplco, It was nald at
tho xtato.dapnrtmunt today.
No HeportH to WiiHliliiKtoii.
Department official Htntod thoy
weio without roportu from either
CharKe d'AffnlreH Hummcrlln at Mex
ico city or Consul Hhaw at Tnm
plco, jS'o dlgpatchcn have been coming
out of Tnmplco anil officials woro In.
ellned to uclluvo u rigid ccnnorahlp
Iiiih hcen eatabllslieil at tlio great oil
In tho nbfencn of report frotn
Mexico, official attention centered
upon a statement uttrlhuted to Mnn
liel C. Tellc, .Mexican charge
d'affaires In Washington Hint TellcH
JiimiUi reprcsentatloiiB to tho stnto
department regarding tho reported
killing of n Mexican In tho llerrln
mine dlsordcra and alleged kidnap
ing of flvo Mexicans during Htrlko
disorders In Utah.
Full lleiiort .Made.
Iteplylng to Ihla, the stato dopnrt
inent announced that on Juno 3
Telles repotted to tho state depart
ment that tho Mexican consul at Salt
.nke city had notified him that flvo
Mexlcana proceeding to Hiinnyslilo.
lllah, to take the place of striking
miners, had hcen kidnaped hy strike
i.yinpathlzerH. Tlm sl.ito department
immediately called upon the gov
ernor of Utnh for an Investigation
and on June 13 tho governor replied
that Kcrnadlno Durnn, a Mexican,
with his wife nnd child were tnken
from a stage hy striker and were
detnlned during tho night In a strik
ers' camp whero families wern ro
xldlng, Later thoy were taken to Prince.
Utah, whom their food and trans
portation woro paid for hy strikers
nnd they woro given $2 In cash.
These facts wero sworn to by Durnn
In an affidavit now In possession
of tho stalo department. Durnn
stated there were no other Mexicans
In the party.
Itegardlng tho statement that one
Mexican was killed in tho llerrln
rioting and another badly beaten,
department offlclala declared today
this matter had nover been brought
to their attention.
nary act of banditry, but was a po
litical move to discredit tho Ohrvgmi
administration." The two men were
kidnaped near Cucrnavnoii, which l
In tho stnto of Morolos.
Whllo llarrena had been released
on payment of ransom, no word had
heen received early today ns to the
fate of "ltlclaskl.
A dispatch from fnerenvaca said
that thu release of lllelankl wiik ex
pected momentarily as minify bad
been received with which lo pay thu
WAHIIINflTON. Juno 28. Tho
kidnaping of A. llruco Illrlaskl nnd
tho solmro of tho Americans and tlm
property of tho Cortex eompnny near
Tatnplco was tho work of plotters
afalnst tho Mexican government
who hopn by their work lo embar
rass tho iieijoMntioni concerning tlio
fettlement of tho Mexican external
debt, according to a statement fclvcn
Ihe International News Service here
today by tho Mexican enibay.
It Ik the first official comment
tho einhiissy Iiiih made concerning
ANOTHER FIRE AT MEXICAU
Wliolo IltiilnofM lllock Drttmicil as
Iteinlt of Alleged liKi'iiillnrWin.
MKXACAI.I. Mex.. Juno 28. For
the second tlmo within threo days,
a. Mexncall business blnrk lay In
smouldering ruins today following
an alleged iin'endlai y flro which
early this morning destroyed the
famous Owl gambling house, cover
ing six acres, nnd nine buildings of
tho stockade, In which lived :ii! per
sons. Tho loss In estimated today at
I'andomonlum reigned among tho
patrons of tho crowded gambling
house nnd gamn keeperi hurriedly
gathered up their bankrolls and all
Hindu a wild dnsli for safety.
1,'iiuort valued at J 100,000 ftorcd
in tho basement will probably be
salvngcd. ns the pliuo mh flooded
Hundny night fire of unknown ori
gin destroyed a. bulnss block, do
ing J 100,000 damage.
Harding's Physician Is
JJlamcd for Lack of
KAN FItANClRCO, Juno 2.
.Much of tho blame for the govern
ment shortcomings In hospitaliza
tion work for World war veterans
should bo placed In llrlg. (Jen. Char
ion 13. Sawyer, I'l lilril Harding's
physician, Humphrey Sullivan of St.
I.oiiIh, representing National Com
minder MneNldor of tho American
Legion d' dared today in nil uddresH
"ii behalf of tho American Legion
i.ef.iio the convention of the ills
n'ded American veterans of tli
V. or Id Mai.
'Ion .Much Kcnimmr,
Sulllvun clmrgod tliimrnl Haw
' r. who Is head of tho federal board
,i h iKpiialuntion and gin Riitlior
i y by Director Dawes on the budget
'o ijciermlne Its policy, with at
tempting -to economize nt tho ex
i . use of Hid health of wounded
"Wliv, sfier 1 1 months, with an
appropriation of J I S.tiOO.ooO are we
without one of tho new hospitals
piovided for by acts of congrews?"
Hnllhnn said that (lenernl Sawyor
had announcod his policy In tho
C... . ...f II.. II
j .'lute i I'll.
"I am using my Influence wher
ever possible to prevent undiiii ex-
i in iHlltiire nnd undue elaboration of
'be high-powered hospital, prefer
ring to spend that money for tho
purpose of developing places of
d mi. nation that will be fit and
iinfoitabi.i foi the Individual who
p.i"S' h the hospital period.
"He l Interested," declnred Sulli
van, 'in tho places of test for those
ii tin pass tho hospital period. When
we read In the papers that vnlornnB
-no committing suicide, nt tho rate
of to a dny, we wonder If the
brigadier general Is speaking of
Hultlvan snld Ooncriil Haw i h.ol
helped spread propaganda tl
wcro already thousanda of v
bods. In government hospltair
thnt efflulency and economy m.
lie practiced. False economy In this
regard is beln practiced at tho state
hospital at Athens, Ohio. .Sullivan
asserted. In tho tiso of only $277 of
tho f Ti37 turned over to tho hospl
tal each year by tho governmont for
soldier patients, tho rest being
turned Into the stnto treasury.
"Hffielnncy and economy," ex
plained Sullivan, "of tho niSO men
tal patients In tlio euro of tlio gov
ernment. 4. BOO nro 'contracted' for
by publl" and prlvnto Institutions.
They nro mostly Insano asylums,
mad houses, whero a patient It
given 'custodial care.' which Is a soft
turn for Jailing a man or locking
I'ATHOli 'I'AKKS FIHST IIONOItS
Iula Saba (initio Itejolclng at Hon-
i Cm Cil v I'll Its Ti-iiin.
Tulsa Saba Grotto was' rejoicing
yesterday over the news that the
tf.iba Urotlo patrol team had taken
first honors in the drill that fea
tured tho grand conclave in the
twin eltlrs this week. Teams frotn
all parts of tho country took part
n the drill.
The first members of tho team
to return aro expected back Friday,
.1. II. riiossop, Orotto secretnrv said
yesterday. Tho team members nnd
l'. v. linrr. monarch Kabo (initio
'"fi inst Sunday for tho trl-cltles In
a special car, Joining the Orotic
fain nt Kansas City T C. Hopkltii
Is captain of tho blue ribbon team
H. I. Kendall, lieutenant, and the
members who participated In the
drill that defeated the 15 other Pa
trols partlcipming In tho drill enro-
mnnies wero II. It. McCrynry, Vie
Oherholt7.er, Lnytnn Hhobert,
v.naries oollsl, C. W. Ward, W. It.
Johnson, Frnnk Uing, Jcsso Jones,
S. M. Smith, M. W llarron, 13. 1.
McAtinelly, I O. Wright, D. A.
Davenport, N. 1. Johnson, II. It
Welti, Dick rJIklns, C. It. Nixon, 1.
C. linker, Hugh W. Moffltt. D. D
Halley, II. O. (Ireen, P. I). stewnrd
H. O. Twlstt. H. K. Vnnemnn, Karl
Iieiizninti, K. v. Frashor, I L.
Ilaines, II. T. Martin, K. D. Avery
and 11. J. Van Dorcn.
MRS. SMALL SAVED CONVICT
MRS. LEN SMALL IS BURIED
National Guardsmen Form Guard of
Honor for (Juwrnor'H Dead Wife.
KANICAICRH. III., Juno 2S.
Whllo Illinois citizens paused nnd
bared their heads for two minutes In
silent tribute at 3 o'clock this after
noon .Mrs, Lcti Small, wlfo of the
govenor. was burled In tho Small
plot In Mound Grove cemetery.
The funeral cortego wns led by n
guard of honor mado tip by mem
bers of natlonnl guardsmen, mem
bers of tho American legion, Veter
nnx of Foreign Wars and Knnkakco
boys whom she hnd befriended.
IKT Ijit rtoiiuest That Condemned
.Man He Spared Is (.'milled.
KANKAKHK, III., Juno 28 The
Inst request of Mrs. l'ti .Small mado
of her husband was cnrrlud out to
day when tho governor announced
that he hn.i commuted tlio death
sentence, of Jgnntz Pubs, who shot
William Peterson, a motorcycle po
liceman In W.iukegnn, to life im
prisonment. Governor Small tolls tho story:
'On tlio return from Waukegan
Saturday Mrs. Small wns told of tho
ease. Sho turned to mo In tho car
and mid, 'Oh, I.en, don't ever let
him hang.' It was tho last request
that Ida ever made of me, nnd I've
granted It. Tho sentenco is com
muted to hfo Imprisonment."
30TARIANS MEET FARMERS
Two More Arrests os
Result Still Seizure
Two men wanted In connection
wdth tho nelzuro Sunday of a largo
whisky ntlll near Lynn I.nno sur
ronderod to county officials yester
day. They gnvn tho names of Homer
nuchftnan and I.nnco Patrick. These
two men, according to F. J. Hays,
county Investigator, who led tho raid
agaltiht the moonshine, r'ant, com
posed the sales organization for tho
huge still while tho threo Haker
brothers arrested at tho plant wero
the operatom. .Haya bollevps that
Kinllo Concert Proves Feature or
Meeting at Greenwood Chapel.
Members of tho Greenwood
Chapel community club, residents
of sklatook, Collinsvltle, Sperry.
Turloy and Intervening sections, and
members of the Tulsa Kotary club
got acquainted with each other
Wednesday night. Tho occasion was
tho Greenwood Chapel's community
Thoso who attended listened to a
special concert from the Midland
Heflnlng company-Tulsa Dally
World. radio station received at tjio
chnpol giounils through the cour
tesy of the Magneto Ignition com
pany, which lnMnllcd tho receiving
sot; listened to talks and music bv
members of tho community club
and llotarians and nto especially
prepared refreshments thnt tasted
mighty good to everyone.
According to John S. Mnlonc,
chairman of tho Hotary club's rural
acquaintance cominlteo, it wns ono
of tho most successful gatherings
ever held In the southwest. Thoso
who attendod really got acquainted,
ho said, and some who met ns
strangers parted calling each othor
by first names.
Tho Rotary club has recently
started a rural acqualntnnco cam
paign that Js to Include virtually all
towns and school districts In tho
FLOWERS TO MARK
Y. W. Innovation Will Be
Ready for Use Intend- '
ed July G
Thoro will be a musical entertain
ment and natural, artificial and hu
man flowers everywhere, In repre
sontatlon of the usual roof garden
way, when tho new Y, W, C. A. roof
garden ls form-illy opened the eve
nlngs of July B and 7 by business
women responsible for the construe
Hon of the garden.
As for tho flowers, those grown
by mother naturo will decoiato tho
tables and thoso manufactured t"
order will festoon walls and shrub
bery while girls dressed ns flowery
Tour Will Pride In A New-
Only Two Days Left
of Our Great
MEXICO CITY, Juno 23. Gov.
Jos G. Parros of tho stnto of Morc
los today expressed tho opinion that
tho kidnaping of A. llruco Illolaskl,
former chief of the bureau of In
vestigation of tho Amorlcan depart
ment of Justice, nnd Jesus Harcena,
u Mexican lawyer, was "not an ordl-
Third at Elgin
Chain Battery Co.
'-Mfi S. Flsin. Omiro 8832
Frank Stclncr, .Mgr.
QMARTEST car on the highways,
O the new Chandler Six Koyal
Dispatch is adding to the pleasure of
thousands on summer touring trips.
With the Rrcnt Roynl Chandler Dis
patch inodcl wc are today showing
ono Chandler Dispatch and ono
Metropolitan Sedan, the newest
product from the master crafts
men's hands in tho Chandler shop.
This exclusive showing of these
high-class models will ho mado
starting today. Come early and
avoid the disappointment that will
surey be yours if you delay.
The choicest collection of Chandler
cars ever shown nt one time in Tulsrt
nnd the price on ench model will
Fourth nt Elgin
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Second Foor Robinson Oldg. Third nnd Main
r,f different kinds will move to ar.il
fro bearing trays laden with frosted
tinkling glasses and ice-cream
heaped plattnrs. intermittent vocal
and Instrumental musla will bo
given by girls In an orchestra.
Glee club nnd Ukulele club anr by
Ind vldual girls, Other girls dre?ed
in flower-like costumes will act a
pages, showing tho way from the
association building entrance to the
Members of tno masculine sex
will havo admittance to the garden
for tho first tlmo probably on tho
opening ovcnlngs whon business
women hope, by ps'd admissions, to
flnanro the whoi undertaking
which cost nbout 1600. Tho roof has
been transformed Into n p.
tho construction of a spc, i
sheltered placo for a platm. ,
court, lighting effects and '
tlon of chair;, tables ne t
and shrubbery boxes, A .
from tho Ashor lluslness v,
council nnd tho Iluslnes u
clubs who vIMted the ro.e
last tilght found It cool.
doors It was warm and 1 1
many pleasant times on i
this summer for club v
gymnasium classes, con
grnms i.nd ball games. 'i .
council will bo the first to ,
the garden, having planned
their Friday evening ses .
Heinz Vinegars have
that knack of making
every food they touch
taste good. This fa
mous member of the
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