The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 248, Ed. 1, Tuesday, June 1, 1920 Page: 1 of 18
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OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER
M AVBKAOK SWOHN NET PAID
VOL. XIV NO. 2J8
TULSA OKLAHOMA TUESDAY JUNE 1 1920
PRICE 6 CENTS.
ASTON CHEVROLET WINS AUTO RACE
Alabama and Arkansas
P Delegates Win in G.
0. P. Contest.
DECIDE SEVEN CASES
Judicial Procedure Mnrks
Hearing Slow Progress
Made Opening Day.
NO CANDIDATES TO PROFIT
Standing of Candidates Is Not
Affected by Rulings to
CHICAGO May 31 In open
esslon today tho republican national
committee began deciding contests
from various Btale delegations to tun
convention but rnade slow progress
In what Chairman Hays charac-
terl'.ed as "Judicial rather than po-inii-.il
decisions" tho committee
ee.tcd regularly reported delegates
from Arkansas ana Aiaonmu post-
poned the contest ovor the District
of Columbia until tomorrow and
aiter giving an extended hoarlng to
a Ihrec.cornereu contest irom
Florida adjourned ocr night with-
out making a decision.
At today's rate of progress Chair-
man H estimated that the con-
ttrt would not bo cleared tip before
Friday Today's decisions will not be
factors tn tho strength of any can-
dldate In the convention and ranged
principally about questions of rrpf-
ularlty nlthouRh tho race Ihsuo fre-
quently was Injected.
In all decisions today the com.
mlttf was Riilded on questions of
law and precedent by Charles It.
Warren of Detroit national com-
mltlreman from Michigan who was
acting at tho request of Chairman
Hays as the committee attorney. At
the conclusion of each contest. Mr.
Warren Issued a statement of the
reasons uron which tho committee
was acting. Chairman ifayn said
that was a part of his plan of lay-
Inp the committee work before tho
Only seven of tho 137 contests
were decided In tho first day's work.
In the Alabama contest the regu-
larly reported delogntes were sent-
CONTIM'BI) ON TAOi: TWKI.vn
HIKE POSTAL SALARIES
recommendation for Increased Pnylyoto the senate sericulture committee to
Matle hy Congrcvdonnl Com-
mittec PropoM? 9;i(hiiiimiii.
WASHINGTON May 31. In-
crc.ii.ed salaries for postal employes
Amounting to approximately J 33-
f'JOO 000 for the first year effective
July 1 wcro recommended in u re-
port to congress today by a Joint
Increases of from $ln0 to $250
annually for postal clerks and letter
carriers with 1400 for supervisory
officers wen recommended. No ad-
vance for flrst-clnsH postmosteiH re-
ceiving above J5.000 h year were
Estimates by tho commission place
the increase of the postal payroll
t about J3S.000.000 for tho second
year and J (3.000.000 for tho third
and fourth years.
TWO STUDENTS SHOTI'rHC
"WW lloMe anil I'atil .lolinson Si-
rlmielv Injured I low an) .Stephens
Is Held for Compllclt.
Nrm.MA.V. Okla.. May 31
.n rsc Ro'10 nt Mangum. Okla.. and
fjtffaul Johnson nf shawne- Okla-.
two students at tho I'nlvcrslty of
0.ti boma wero seriously Injured
Fund iv night as tho result of a
hoc ng affair which arose nver
ai'sgi-eempntfi of affiliations with
serret fraternities Howard Stephens.
nrr whose room the nhootlng oe.
furred and a third member of the
argument waa arrested Monday In
connexion with the shootlnc.
Stephens was arrested by the
hriff of Cleveland county early t"-
dav and taken to tho county Jail.
o 'harce havo yet been brought
A COMMERCIAL SUrtVKT
The World Want Ads afford tho
m"st inclusive survey of tho bust-
. "t5s nds of this community. For
' "wrioyers and employes alike the
am Columns are filled dally with
tacts of vital Importance.
dnod situations must constantly ho
tilled good men who desire to hotter
their conditions would like to fill
"i situations And Tho World
ajit Ads are tho great get-together
For the man who feels that nil
"ferial talent or ability Is worthy of
ncter position than he has hereto-
'ore held The World Want Ads of-
. 8 one bet means to secure It.
...I ?u ar of lh'B class get busy
With Th. it ' i . ... . . j . .
rt" - iirm want ao m nun.-
C'l Ocage 6000 and ask for Want
Latta Sees Need of Real
Leader for Republicans
Capable Constructive Candidate May Re Developed
He Thinks Hamon "Poohbahs" as Candidate
for President Warns Against Being Too Sure
of Victory Lowden's Nomination May Mean
Defensive Fight for G. 0. P.
Special to The World
CHICAGO May 31.-
-They call It
bo dropped without Impairing tho accuracy of tho description. For It Is
Just that with a single exception you can hear anything you want to hear
and much that you don't want to hear. The exception Is tho admission
that there Is tho slightest possibility of tho nominee of this convention
being defeated and there Is tho dAngor. I havo been hero hut a fow hours
yet I have heard pretty much everything discussed but that. Nobody In
or out of the various headquarters will even discuss such a possibility.
PrtAOt'K Ciecho-Slnvakla. May 11--President
Thomss O. Maayrak today
jrranted amnesty to nil political offender;
with the enceptlnn nf those convicted or
either eeplonairn or murder.
COPKNHAflKN. May It. Two members
of rapt lloulit .Mnmlaen's north pole ex-
pedition Knurtsen and Tessen are report-
ed In advice received today to ' have fr risen
to death durtqs the winter ot 19l-l!U0.
WAS111NOTON. May 31 An appropria-
tion of tl4.00O.O0O tn meet the low Incurred
ty envernment operation of the telephone
and telegraph companies durlna- the. war
waa the rrlnclpal Item contained In the
general deficiency bill reported today by
the houie appropriation committee.
MAttRIIAMVrOWN. Iowa. May 31
iA...'.u-n nnnhi were Injured yeeterday
at Llecomh low when a squad of former
olillera fired n jiemnrmi nv puhif run
i.tFy w.r ii. ed in make a mailmum
of nolae. Home of the shot Mattered Into
the assembled cma oi ''""
tviniiivnTOK Mav 13. Sale of the
Itovernmcnt owned merchant ahlpa as enon
a practicable wim pruvi-iu .. ...
the shipping hoard tn aell certain " ;i
nt ahlpa lo nllena tf conaldared advisable
were tentatively agreed on today hy the
house and senate conferee on merchant
WASHINriTON May 3t tly a vote of
533 to 6' the house today passed and aent
tn the aenata th bill permitting farmers
rlantera ranchmen dairymen or fruit
rrowere tn combine for the collective mar-
ketlnc and sale ot their own prnducla not-
withstanding antl-lrust laws
ATCHISON. Kan. May 3i. More than
$:00 worth of cut flowers assembled at
the First Ilnptl"t church here laet nleht
for ue In decnrallnc graves of veterans
today were etolen during the nlahl. The
flowers hnd been purchased by public
eubscrlptlon It la believed they were
hauled away by thieve. In a motor truckr
A cm VOTOV Mav 31
i day ornereu a inYuiiiir ' ...
Wadewnrth bill authorlllnir the acquisition
and operation by the war department of
the nitrate fixation plant at theffelrt and
Muncle Shnnla Ala. through a corpora-
tion tn be organised under the direction
of the aecrenry of war.
COllI.nNZ. May 31. rierpont Nny.
American member nf the Interallied
nhlneland commlMlnn whoee realenatlon
w announced yesterday expect to term-
Inate hla relation with l' nm.m'"1I
and turn over hi responsibilities to Ma)
flen. Henry T. Allen within 10 daya. The
staff of the commission will remain undsr
General Allectlon. -
WASHINGTON. May 31 Senala and
house conferee on the annual tUet -and
harbors appropriation bill reached a dead
lock today and voted to report that furth-
er efforts to perfect tho measure In con-
ference would he futile Members of the
conference committee sail that with a
recces Impending the disagreement meant
there would be no river and harbor ap-
propriations thla year.
May 31 The engineer i
lliey train i
! No. S were killed and mree passenger
I were .lightly Injured when thst train met i
head-on wun a wmii I
L-lnes ner Vanetten. N. Y on the main
lln of the Lehigh Valley early hl morn-
ng Train No. win through train cum-
rrf.ed of six or eight rullman cars ea.t-
bound and wsa due In New Tork early
Twelve Thousand Tulsans Try
to Hear Billy Sunday Sermon
nillv Stinda's Kplgrams.
Tho world's going crazy cok-
ing for rest for tho soul. At the
present rate in a century tho
sheet of any age and I'll toll you
h"Wh?miSht to know the most
nbout the nible these ministers
or homo old infidel."
'The war was a province of tod
when America stepped In and
wiped up things"
"Its heaven or hell for every-
ono on earth; there's no middle
Kr"Go'd' gave man tho Illble to
teach him how to get Into heaven
0r'Th0Illblo doesn't hide things.
'Do not commit adultery' that is
plain 'do not steal. ' that Is P alo.
-If you own a well and you are
not ii Christian tho man who runs
tho pump is a better man than
you are" Sunday said. If tho
woman who scrubs your floor Ib a
Christian and you aro not then
that woman Is more of an asH
to tho community than you are."
"On many lives I could wrlto
the word 'pleasuro' on many
iuut' 'wealth.' 'fame' 'worldly
v.rnr irlorv' On many others I
' 1 ' ' . . " . L - WnM I n.
I r.ii.iinTi "
they are mlans
I Sunday spoke about
eAlllfl Write 111-
"Presidential Howe." Tho "" could
The nearest thing to It was a gen-
tleman from out west discussing the
apparent rise In l.owden stock.
Won what objection is thero to
Lowdcn?" Vie was asked.
"If yon will tell mo tho number
of rullman cars that nro rolling
over tho American railways and the
number of millions thorn are In the
rullman estate I will tell you some
of tho roanons against It" he replied
"I don't believe that tho repub-
lican convention. If it Is mode tip
of republican party members will
nominate a hnlf.brother to the rail-
road Issue ai the standard boirer of
the party. If he Is nominated I pro-
mime I would feol obligated to sup-
port him. but I would take no Joy
In thnt support."
Hut even this man declared that
nnv man nominated by this coqven-i
tlon will be elected. It Is the feeling i
that may permit n mlstnke to ho
made ror I am not one or those who
feel thnt the election Is settled flvo
months In advance. If tho nomina-
tion Is made y-lth Inwdon nt tho
head of the ticket even though
placed In the company of the popu-
lar and progressive Coolldgo he will
bo forced Into a defenslvo fight
should MoAdoo win the prize at
Frisco. No ono familiar with the
hlRtory of tho last four years can
fall to see tho possdlilllty.
Tho republican candidate would
be compelled to bear tho banner of
the railroads while the democratic
nominee would carry tho colors of
the brotherhoods trade unlonlts
and common folks. Thnt It what he
has been longing for.
There Is nothing like the attend-
ance or even Interest here one would
be led to expect from reading the
news dispatches. There is quiet nt
all headqunrters. Kverywhoro there
Is the Hkeleton or an organization
sight hut nothing much to or-
ganlze npd whatever may be said
tn the contrary more is not a iienu-
quarters on the "row" that has
either an Intelligent Idea of Just
what It has In the way of conven-
tion votes or nn' considerable en.
thushsm for lis caune. That Is the
I am glad that my Instructions
permit me to write tmpresslons for
thero Is nothing but Impressions nnd
rumors to wrlto about nnd my 1m.
roNTtNtn-io on t'Ann Tivni.vn
. In this Isitio of Tin World li
publlMioit Ti A. Iitta's first story
of tlm prellmlniirv sklrmMi In-
rldent to tho holding nf tlm re-
publican national convention In
t'hlitign when tin next president
nf tin United SimeH will rc-irhi
the coveted iiotnlnntlon.
Thiv coincntlon news from tho
pen or The World's chief edl-
tiirinl rller will prntci ono nf
tho moHt Inlerrftlng fenttiret of
the paper from now on until tho
i'Ioho of tho big i-onelave.
Hind the Ijtittn Mory rerry
morning In Tho World.
nillv Sunday could havo filled
Convention hall thrco times thnso
who wjiiunru in'; miwu
streamed toward the hall from four
directions last night asserted. With
a voice strained by weeks nf work
In Oklahoma City the famous evan-
gelist greeted tho gathering at S
o'clock and expressed appreciation
of the Interest taken hy Tulsans. Tho
hall wns crowded by 7 o'clock. It
was estimated that 12.000 persons
tried to hear tho evangelist. There
wero probably 40nn in tho hall.
"Monday night Is usually tho dull-
est night In tho week" he began
"People don't seem to come out on
Monday nights I suppose It Is bo-
CONTINHKn ON PAOK TWKIA'K
Is R0 7e In favor of tho Open
Shop and the principles advo-
cated by it. When you spend
your money with an establish-
ment displaying tho Open shop
:ard you are patronising a friend
it tho Opon Shop movement.
KXKCUTIVK COM MITTKK
Tulsa Open Shop (Square Deal)
President Meets Chair-
man Homer Cummings
at White House.
TAKE GLASS' PLATFORM
Declaration of Virginia Dem-
ocrats Will Be Model for
Party at Large.
CHIEF WILL HOLD REINS
Plans Conferences With Other
Leaders League Will Bo
Injected in Campaign.
WASHINGTON May 31. Presl
dent Wilson took a direct hand to-
day in tho arrangements for the
democratic national coiirvntlon at
San Francisco Juno 2R.
Summoning Chairman Cummings
of tho democratic national "commit-
tee to tho white house the president
discussed with him the party plat-
form the leaguo of natlona as a oam-
palgn Issue the status of the peace
treaty tho senate Invesllgattog Into
pro-convciitlott campaign financing
and Mr. Cummins' keynnto speech.
Mr. Cummings who will leave to
morrow for San Francisco to remain
until after convention remained at
tho white house two hours nnd re
turned later to have lunult wun i"
i rnnlrl on t .
The chairman said tho president
had talked "very freely and frankly. '
Define Irftiguc Issue.
Tho lenguo of nations issue lie
said had been sharply defined.
"I have never lind any doubt of
tho verdict" he added "If tho league
Issue wero token to tho people
cleared of extraneous matlcrs and
rintform questions wero not dis-
cussed at length .Mr Cummins an-
nounced becnuso the president's
views on tho subject bad been sot
forth In his letter last week to Sen-
ator Glass of Virginia approving tho
platform adopted by tho democratic
convention in that state two weeks
ago. It wns Indicated that the na-
t'onnl party platform would bo pat-
terned along the general lines of thnt
of the Virginia coo mention.
Mr. Cuniiiilngs declined tn say
janythlng about the peace treaty ills-
cuhsion further than to nnnounco
that both "lo and the president had
"very definite Ideas" on tho sub-
ject. He would not say Whether the
treaty would h returned to tho ten-
ate any time soon.
WilMin In Good Humor.
Tho national ehalrmaji had no
comment lo ninkn on his talk with
tho president about tho senate cam-
paign Investigation other than to
say thnt the president w.ia In "good
humor" and thut If thorehad been
any doubt that tho next president
would bo nominated at San Fran-
cisco "tho ropubllcaim TiaVo dis-
The president was woll satisfied
Mr. Cummings continued with tho
keynote speech the chairman had
prepared for delivery at the San
President Wilson la expected to
confer with other party leaders be-
fore tho convention and whllo tho
San Francisco meeting is In progress
ho will bo In dltect touch from tho
Memorial Day Quietly
Observed Over Tulsa
Quietness marked tho observance
of Momorlal day In this city yester
day. Husinrss firms closed during
the day and for th etnost part
Tulsans spent tho day at their homes
in visits to th cemeteries and In
outing excursions. Through tho va
cation spirit ot the day ran an un
dercurrent of sadness ut its real
World Milk and Ice
Fund Jumna to $05
Babies Need $1000
the Serbian babies
Hut how about tho Tulsa ba-
No war has devastated this city
yet thero are homes whKh in tho
summer time nro unable lo pro-
vide for their little ones what tho
rest of us aro wont to term tho
necessities of life
"Tho cupboard and tho Iro
chest would bo bare' In a num-
ber of homes this summer and tho
little ones without life-giving milk
and life-saving Ice if t were not
for Tho World milk and Ire fund.
Humane Agent A. M Welch has
estimated that It villi require
J1.000 to supply needy families
with these necessities during tho
heated season. Yesterday the fund
grew tn J65 from 110 preciously
reported by the addition of 60
from Frank H Heed and IC from
J P Morrison. Now It's your
1 Just make out the clieck to Tho
World milk and Ico fund.
Campaign to Hold
CHICAGO May 31. Wood
chieftains began assembling si
main headquarters lodnv with
tho arrival of Major General
Wood accompanied by Senator
Moses his eastern manager from
Almost coincident with the ar-
rival of General Wood the John
son headquarters lasuod an an
nnuncement that Senator Johnson
would arrive next Thursday at
noon and that a parade had been
arranged to follow his reception
ut tho railroad station.
Senator Hording Is expreted the
latter part of the week but the
Hoover headquarters announced It
was problematical as to whether
Mr. Hoover would come lo tho
convention. Governor .Lowdeu al-
ready is qil.irtoicd at a' hotel heio.
Shortly after lb" arrival of Gen-
eral Wood It was announced at
Wood headquarters that Uie meet-
ing between tho Wood leaders
Fchodulod to take place tonight
had been postponed until tomor-
row At that tlnin Genoral Wood
William Cooper Proctor his cam-
paign manager Senator Moses
his eastern manager and l rank
11 Hitchcock: will decide on tho
man to lead the general's fight on
the floors of tho convention.
General Wood stated he was In
excellent hcallh and that the sltua
tlon In tho east looked exceptlon-
".1!i?r'i'M1mrtnr of the HrioVer re
publican club today it waHannminrod
ttmt Herbert Hoover woi.d h
placed in nomination by a dis-
tinguished republican" nnt that
tho seconding speech would be
made by a republican "."
prominence In the party. No
names were nnnounred.
THAT KILLED GIRL
MURDER NOT INTENDED
Kingfisher Man Held at
El Reno lor Slaying
of Nadine Scott.
Meant to Shoot uver oar
When Two Autos Met.; Vic-
tim Lives at Noble.
KU HHNO. Okla.. May 3l.---ln a
uii.no.i atiitenient maue tn rmi"
Jack Smith of Canadian county to
day Arthur l.umpKin nem ...
county Jail hero in connection w'ltli
tho shooting to death of Miss Nn-
dlno Scott of Noble. Ok a. near Vi-
kon Sunday nUht .admitted that ho
fired a shot at tho car In which Miss
Scott wns riding It was announced
by Sheriff Smith. Lumpkin will be
arraigned Thursday morning In the
Canadian county district court on a
charge of murder tho sheriff said.
In the statement maoo i" mu
sheriff l.umpkln said the car In
which Miss Scott was riding enmo
around a sharp corner suddenly and
the bright lights blinded nun lie
was forced to turn Into tho ditch
killing his engine necordltiii to the
statement and stepped out on the
running board of his car and fired at
tho passing nutomonne. no ning
full responsibility for tho shooting
according to tho sheriff He said
ho Intended to fire over the Mean or
tho persons in the other car. rfe
had not been told Ihls afternoon that
Miss Scott hud been killed Sheriff
I.umnkln has been working for a
construction company In Kingfisher
OKIIIOMA CITV May 31 Of-
fleers of Cnnadlan county nnd
friends of Miss Nndlno Scott of No-
hlo Okla . who late Sunday night
was shot and killed while automoblln
CONTINUKP ON I'AOB TWKI.VK
"MUST BUY FURNITURE"
Ads Must Go
This Hit of houses and apartments "For Kent" wherein
tenant "must buy furniture " and which has caused many a per-
son In se.-irch of a dwelling plaro much discomfiture will ho
eliminated from tho classified columns of the Tulsa World be.
ginning today with thn exception of such advertisement that
have) been paid for In advance and must thsrefore. be published
until tho number of Insertions so covered have been made.
Whllo some of these advertisers were undoubtedly legiti-
mate In their wishes to dlsposo of their own furniture thn
present difficult renting situation win made still moro acute by
people who made : their business to corner and then furnish
vacant flats houses nnd apnrtmenls with tho Intention of forcing
renters to buy furniture) for the privilege of obtaining a place to
Since It Is Impossible tn distinguish betwesn legitimate
owners of flats houses or apartmentn with furniture for dis-
posal and others who make a business nf furniture selling the
Tulsa World will refuse In the future advertisements containing
"Must Iluy Furniture" provisions or any To Kent advertisements
which make the purchase nf furniture consideration.
Wo feel sure that every patrlolir citizen and well wisher of
this community will readily e tho Justice of this step
5 TRAINMEN DEAD
IN FRISCO WRECK!
Revised List Shows 12
Injured in Head-on
BAGGAGEMAN MAY DIE
.lack Dcncker's Condition So-
rious; Physicians Think
ORDER MIXUP IS CAUSE
Misinterpretation of Instruc
tions Understood to Bo
Reason for Wreck.
a revised list of killed and Injured
In the disastrous wreck early yester-
day morning between Vlnlta and
Whileoak on the Frisco was received
by the chief dispatcher at Sapulpa.
vestorduv noon. It shows flvo (led
and twelve Injured.
J. J. RANDALL engineer Monetl
Mo. train No. 103.
JOHN MI'SI. news ngeni train
No. .103; Identified by letter in
pocket addiessed lo 1113 West Ilnnn
W. A. DUNHAM engineer r on
Scott Kan. train No. 112.
AL M All TIN negro passenger
A 11117 R. HtmrfH man ciers.
train No. 11!.
Jack Dencker baggageman train
Lou Wallas negro porter train
It. L. Chaplin baggageman train
No. .103 .
M L. Rhelton fireman train No
A. C. Tiichforbor mall clerk train
No. 1 1 2.
It. I. Sparks mall clork train
Oscar Illescr brakeman train No
Putnam conductor train No
It. Walsh fireman train No. 103;
413 South Walnut Sapulpa.
Two unidentified while women.'
Ono unidentified negro.
Dencker Sheldon. Tuchforbor
Sparks Chaplin and llleser wero ro-
- . .. I) .... 1. .. a I I n I ..
liiiicii i.i in.- nuni- .n.i
Vlnlta shortly after the wreck or
Frisco passenger trains Nos. 103 audi
112. The dealh list I. now five.
oker's rondltlon Is so sorlous that at
. 1-..1 ni.ii uttio ir.n
thn hospital last night little hope
was entertained for his recovery
The only Injured persons besides
trainmen were two whlto women and
ono negro passenger. Their Injuries
wero not serious nnd It wus not
necessary to remove them lo a hos-
pital. Frisco officials havo not yet offi-
cially determined the cause of the
wreck. Unofficial reports place It
on misinterpreted train orders.
A report from Springfield divi-
sion headquarters yesterday stated
that officials of tho Frisco refused
to discuss tho responsibility for tho
wreck. General Manager J K.
Hutchinson nnd General Superin-
tendent II. If. Mrown of Springfield
nro now nt tho scene of the wreck to
conduct un Investigation.
TULSA Okla. May Jl --Mailmum 90.
minimum. 17 south wnis. rlear
OKLAHOMA Tuesday and Wednesday
partly flnurty In rlnuily
LOUISIANA KAHT AND WK.ST TMXAR'
Tuesday end Wedneeilar partly cloudy tn
AIlKANftAH- Tursdsy and Wedneeday
prabably arattered thundersliowers
t'AI.K.MlAH OI' HVKNTH.
Ad cluti luncheon private dining toom
Unlet Tulsa 11 10
Kendall roller rlaaa day etercls- rot-
leKe chapel 10 2tl a. in
Luncheon nf eieeutlve rnmmlttee nf
Tulsa rounly chapter lied Cross Kennedy
restaurant II 10
Kendall rnllei Alumni banquet Robert-
son hall JO
Kendall rolleya alumni concert colleg
chapel s 10
Well in New Pool
An Onbkp county well eetl.
innliil ut finm :t(l(lll to ."i.lKIO bar
ivl. uih bmutflil In bj tl Mnr-
IiiiiiI Itrfliilng i'iniiNitiy nnd own-
rlaliTi tlie Kny Cininlv (ins ciini.
pnny Krnni') -lienrv Oil tiimpiiuy
nnd Tumi duniifi oil iniiniiiy In
tin- notihensl loi'nlloti nf tl-'J'2 10
.lotenbi) n tlcnKMin Titi of sand
mi round nt l.sn.l feet and tho
well drilled llea-lf hi with n ti rrlflo
rosr. Until llio Pnilrlo and Hay
('iiuiitjr Gas i)niHiulrs on' rushing
pipe line li the new xwl. It la
Isdlrii'il lieni Hull. Ilu llaitlrs-
vllle nnd i'tukcr snniU Join nt this
isiliit willed N tho naon for tlm
i'liW Is Iho fiuirlh big well untl
the third new imhiI opened up by
Mnrlnnd nnd nswinlntra In tho
last Ivtn Mii'liH. 'Ilioy nro us fol-
lows' ilio si-IiimiI land well In in.
ili.il now flow log inn Iwrrclij Urn
Itcrtlm lllclitniin In :ill-27- (ired-
cm Osngo) now rinnliig (inn bar-
rel: the IVnnU llollouny In ID
122.10 now prodmiug -00 barn-la
nnd the Arthur llrjnnl In O.U2--IO
now flowing nipnilnmlelr 50110
SUNDAY TO HOLD
.Famous Evangelist For
mally Announces Ac-
ceptance of invite.
TO BE HERE 6 WEEKS
Booked Solid With EnnaRe
ments Until Latter Part
of Year 1021.
Hilly Sunday who spnko last night
at Convention hall announced fol-
lowing tho meeting that Ills party
will return lo Tulsa .In Novcmblir
1921 for a six weeks' evnngollstlc
meeting. Tho announcement wns
mndo to n committee of-tho minis-
. . - fim f Ttevnr.
i '. .i' r u iui r w
J- V A I''' .'' ' 'm VV
?" .fK V rTl luc:
I"""" 5" r ii .Vn.m .n
or and II L. Hnlniman.
UffortH to bring Sunday hero be
gan seven years ago when a com-
mittee was appointed to visit tho
evangelist and four years ago h
romrnltten sent to Detroit during a
campaign there failed to get a defin-
ite date for u campaign In Tulsa. A
committer iinnt to sen Sunday at
Fort Worth last yenr also failed to
get a promise. Local ministers wero
elated last nlnht over tho promised
coming of Sunday to this city and
expressed satisfaction with tho result
of the conforenco between tho evan-
gelist and minister last night.
Sunday Is scheduled for n contin
uous campaign from now until tho
date for tho Tulsa campalsn ho told
tho local clergymen. '
Peter Kecnan Says
He Fh Not a Ghost;
Funeral Called Off
NKW VOItlf May 31 Peter
Kennan. a wntchmiin. reaehe.i his
home tonight to find his wife In
mourning Iho parlor cleared nf
furniture for the reception of his
corpse and Invitations being sent
out to his funeral.
A fow hours iirevloiin his two
nlecea had "Identified" ss their
I'nclo jvter the body of a man
who had Irnpped In tho street nnd
the IdentlfiC'ilinn had been "eon- '
firmed" by his brother Thomas.
who claimed the body and noil-
iit'O ine wiriow.
The body was token to an Un-
dertaker Meanwhile Thomas
stnrleil fir Peter's place of em-
.'"llll'lll in iciiiy lll-l Fill lJ)-'l t
a rontrnetnr. nf Peter's death. On I
arriving there he opened the
wn tpl. m nn'a ah-ililt- -a'tili-l. tfri
dimly lighted and was greeted by 1
"Is (hat you Peter or Is It vour
gnoi risked Thomas necnm
panylng his query with a kick ot
Ibe othe-'s shins
Peter howling with pain
lunred ot Thomas which con-
vinced tho latter that Peter was
sllve nnd In very good health
Thomas then explained the death
nf Peter's double and hurried
borne with him to call off tho
New York Life
Farmer & Duran
zon Paiui o nidg.
FATE AGAIN RUNS
Gritty Italian Has Vic
tory Almost Grasped
When Car Rurns.
Windup Moat Exciting Ever
Witnessed at Indianapolis;
RENE THOMAS IS SECOND
Now Itccord Is Sot Several
AccidcnU Occur but No
Ily GKOHOIS ft. HOLMES
international News Service Staff
8 P K 15 U WAY. INDIANAPOLIS.
May 31. Fato mado a sudden and
dramatic entrance Into thn annual
boo-mllo automobile raon hero to
day snatched success front Italph
do Palms nnd dumped It Into Gas-
ton Chevrolet's lap.
Chevrolet. Piloting an Amerlcan-
mido Monroa car swept to victory
In tho groat motor oUsslo in . fin
ish which had 126000 persona on
their feet cheering madly.
The luck of Halnh do Palms Is
provertrlal. Sevon yoaro ago today
Do pnlma led thn field for 40H
miles. Tho rich prize was almost
In his grasp. Then on tho last Up
of tho huge brick oval his car
caughttflro nnd burned up.
nrnvo u uriiiisni rare for 6S miles.
no led tho rield and had 140000
In prlio money almost In his grasp
again. Then history repeated It-
self. Itr around on tho back
stretch his car again caught fire.
Today tho gritty ltnllnn-Amorioan
ITo succeeded 111 putting It out with
the holp of his mechanician but
lost suxfflclont time to allow Gaston
Chevrolet to slip Into tha lead.
Un miado a game start after tho
flylntr American car but ncain ill
luck struck him In tho faco and ho
wns ftjrred to halt again with stvao-
Itcno Thomas winner of the 1B14
race piloted a Ballot car homo for
j'lir official tlmo wns flvo hours.
30 mJniitiM and 16 seconds an av-
erager of XX. Hi miles ner hour eon.
sldorvJily under tho record of 89.84
iiajnmy .Milton ramo in third.
I'll until till) tlmo Do Palnm was
forctti out hu had averaged over 90
mlliti an hour which Is a record.
(inston Chevrolet was a dogged
rucer rom tho s'.nrtor's gun. Ho
hnd neralateritl v tiimir nnln ih. I...).
.------ ...... n.
of tic leaders always being In tho
fly Tha Associated Press
INDIANAPOLIS. May 31. In tho
most spectacular finish over wit-
nessed on tho Indianapolis speed
way Gaston Chevrolet driving a
car of American dcslcn. rode to
victory In tho eighth renewal of the
BOn-mllo nutomolillo raca todav ho.
torn a rciord breaking crowd of
125000 persons. Chevrolet's limn
wn 040; 16:14 nn nverago of 88.18
mnes. tun second best tlmo In tho
hlutory of tho event.
in nddll'.on tn w nnlntr thn 120..
000 first prize Chevrolet won nrj-
liroxltnately s600 moro In lap
prlro competition and cash prlres
offeied by accessory firms
iieno l nonini thundered across
the finish In second nlaco. havlntr
cnvcied tho distance In 6i43i02:29.
Ills avcingo was 87.45 miles an
hour. Tommy Milton pulled up In
third placo and Jimmy Murphy
winner of tho HnnU Monica road
nice flnlshd fourth.
Iln 1 'alma's Our Hums
All of tho thrlla camo In tho last
30 miles of tho raco when Ralph do
Palma the favorite with a lead of
10 miles to his credit seemed cer-
tain of winning. Hut with victory
within grasp do Pnlnia's car burst
lulu flames on tho north turn of tho
two and a half-mllo court" nnd a
few minutes later the ear driven by
Jno lloyer who led during tho first
2r.o mllis skidded overturned ond
crashed Into i brick retaining wall.
Neither Hover nor hlj mechanician
Mas seriously Injured.
Do Palma later reentered tho
race but his rar caught fire a sec-
ond tlmo With tho aid of his
mechanician do Palma extinguished
the flames and managed to finish In
fifth pUce recetvlng a tremendous
ovation ns ho orosed tho lino.
Thero wero half n doien acci-
dents but 'ho drivers and their
uldes miraculously escaped death
Chevrolet drovo a consistent raco
from tho statt and never wns below
fourth place. Ileno Thomas nnd do
Palma 1914 nnd 1915 winners re-
spectively camo In within tho
money Jules Goux who won 111
1011 was forced out nftr complet-
ing 316 miles Howard Wilcox last
ear's winner hnd englnn trouble
and quit ifler competing 165 miles.
of tno cars starting only 11
! finished. T'to others wcro forced
out by englno trouble or accidents.
Surveys Auto Highway
HAHTLI5SVILLK. Okla.. May SI.
County F.nglnecr Clark of 0-aga
county has begun tho survey of an
antomobtlo highway between Bart-
Icavllle and Piwhuska which Is to
be hird-"rurfacod next year by con.
mtii.tlotiB from Bartlesvillo oil men
together with federal ItL
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