The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 62, Ed. 1, Tuesday, November 30, 1920 Page: 1 of 16
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RELIABILITY CHARACTER ENTERPRISE
UHLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAfuc.
AVEKAOB SWORN NT PAID
1 UPlli iSatkuMMftfB w urn rsrssn
XVU AV V.
TWO TULSA BANKS
IN GIANT MERGER
First National and Union
National Join Forces
CAPITAL IS A MILLION
Rwult Gives Tulsa 2nd Big
gest Bank in btatc; Merger
Surpasses Former Dcato
M'CULLOUGH CHOSEN HEAD
First National President Will
Guide New Institution;
Banks Grew With City
At a meeting of the bonrdi of dl-
rectors of tho FlrBt National and
Unlun Nntlnrnil bunks Monday after-
noon It was voted to consolidate the
Vft Institutions under the name of
tit First National Hunk of Tulmi.
inJ a meeting of thn stockholders
wu called for Dccchbcr 28 to ratify
action of the directors. The directors
of both Institutions voted unani-
mously for the merger which Is th
laritcst hank consolidation In Okla-
MrCnllougli To Ilo Prcsldcat.
The result will bu tho second
lircf st banking InHtltutlon In Okla-
homa. Th actual conolidutlnn
Jrobably will bo effected about
anuary 1. (J. II. McCulIough.
rrtaldent of tho First National will
b prraldent of the consolidated in-
stitution. Tho capital stock of the consoli-
dated Institution will be $1000000
with a surplus of $500000. The as-
sets of both Institutions are fully
rminntecd to tho consolidated bank.
IJoUi Banks Health?.
Roth banks involved In Monday's
ronfVIIdatJon nro In health condi-
tion having Brown steadily since
they were organized. Tho boards of
directors after a thorough study of
local conditions concluded that one
larfe hank would be better able to
lervo lis customers und the com-
munity tlmn two banks of smaller
jlx. and according to I officers of
both Institutions thlH was the prin-
cipal reason for the consolidation.
An ihnwn by the last statements
to the comptroller of the currency
t the cIobo of business November
It tho deposits of the Klrst National
lank were $9466.718. 38 and of the
Jmion N.itlonal $6027773.73 mak-
ing a total of approximately $15.-
"0000. The First National had In
oans $7184117 and tho Union Na.
Uon.il $4560240.93. a total of an.
proximately Jll.75t.000. Tho capl-
Ji1''It "f curn )unl l $500000
n ch when added to the surplus.
li soo oooldo a WorknK caultul '
a .!'""n n 'r8t Notional.
' ovf a far o I'"iret
al.JMlnk cmpleted and moved
into its fine new tcn-story building
L. th nnd Maln' wl":h reprc-
" lnvP'mcnt of over $1000.-
! w iTh.." w1" bc thc 1'omo of tho
w institution. Under the terms
of ih. VP.rBerth8 cntro Personnel
VorUn VVlt.h tle Flrst National.
orMnK hand In hand for tho good
the community. V
Mr.. K-'iCCulloush' Psldent of the
""'National and V. B. Hrown
"y LeiV'l ?vcr th0 "PPortunlty
ford nV VeJU'. consolidation af-
Z ZLZlaieTln? bctcr rvlca to
W- raor" ot tne consolidated
Merely Broadcnln Out.
bout fhro'uiw10? was br0UKht
of the off?.. a Mlro on the Part
InVm.?"1" W"1 directors of both
accord fi oth '""Itutlons will be
and NJ te "amo cordial welcome.
Th n?"ne.erve'' a" ln th0 P"
tlnr o " rapal and tho put.
new faM??ltlonal braln-"' and uui.1-
merelv t!l a Under 0ne roof wl"
Aank in Vatlonnl fs oldeit
Bank drii? J898' In 1909 the
lt( r?5 oklht"na opened Its doors
"A ' 'nr A- K- "radshaw us cash-
to th At iB namo wns changed
ftur n.Lh0ma National bank
four months ater. In inu. ion
National and the
Th rtp.n'nlnK th0 Presidency.
for h.Vr'on National bank orned
"ith b";ln" about five years ago
Uiffie. nl .i.Ptn Prosldent. the
V' 1 "'"I holds. It in the young-
t national bank In the city.
NatinnV8 an1 directors of tho Mrst
VrtllS.AT?: n- McCullough.
Huri.JnU Al E Rrndshaw. A. W.
Clur yCi W' Benedict. H. O. Mc
Gf' John II. Foster and J. W.
ffH vice presidents: C. T.
Rorn. a"latnt vice presKUnt:
'Koln0 Adams cashier; V. K.
nuhler"15 ' ICBtor'' aS!'l'"an
I'nfn'J'V. B.rown s President of the
t i National bank: I;e Clinton.
i" ?V Baker U K. Jackson C. V.
Wm.!2s' J- Walter and .lohn
"illard. vice presidents: J. p. Ilyrd.
c'i'.MMhler: K- ''hlpps assistant
oi Jfr and P. B. Mage chairman
Mi0.1.'!" Nrn KP' lynched.
xiY.;.? iHipist ijyi
il.; AM1 Florida Nov. 29
'arm a la.vpnp.nlrf n.m
by a mob today near
."line woman. He was Identified
" --- . "I
He was Identified I
Now Tulsa Cop
Notice to hl-Jackcrs: Heware
This warning was virtually post-
ed for Information of all run-
ccrned yesterday In the immmnre.
merit of Chief of l'ollie John A.
(lustafson that he has employed ns
plalnclothrsman Illram Hlephetis
of Chelsea noted inan-klller and
veteran peace officer with a repu-
tation with which no m (! of the old
gangs of Oklahoma outlaws wcro
familiar. Stephens resigned ns
city marshal of Chelsea to accept
tho TuImi position.
.Stephens ha been au officer In
this section of t tic country for tho
last 20 years. Ilo was In the In-
dian service was also U. H. mar-
shal during territorial days and
haa been Identified with bringing
several notorious gangs of outlaws
to Justice. He recently partici-
pated In tho chdso of the Tutu
Hlaughter gang which robbed tho
First State bank of Alluwe 4.)kla..
In October. No announcement has
been mado as to whether Stephens
will work on tho day or night
Stephens Is credited with hav-
ing killed several outlaws and
criminals but always In the clear
discharge of his duty. Ho has
rfovor been Involved In a question-
Tho Tulsa pollco forco now has
two real old-tlmer.t the other be-
ing Charlie Anderson for many
years u federal officer.
STATE MAY GET
New One for Each District
it Public Buildings
Bill Is Passed
BEHIND WITH WORK
Construction Program Lag
ging; Several Towns Need
New Quarters Badly
Special to the World. .
wahiiiciton. Nov. 29. That n
nubile hiillflinEu Mil win h n.....!
either at thn wtntnp amlnn nt !.
sUty-slxth congress or at tho oxtra-
orainary session 10 no called by
Prexldent llnr.lli.r- I. f.nnn v..
tho Impression In Washington. Were
such a bill to be passed it would
mean eight new postofflces In Okla-
homa or ono in each congressional
Congressional leaders hero say that
tho government Is far behind with
Its building program and though tho
rcpubllcnn majority will Insist on
tho strictest economy It will really
bo economy to build postofflces In n
number of places whero tho rent be-
ing paid for Inadequate quarters li
Congressman Ilnrreld of Oklaho-
ma who Is a sen.itor-elert and a A a
senator will havo the deriding voire
about the city In each district to get
a postofflce said today that It was
his understanding that a public
building bill Is likely.
It Is the understanding that Rar-
tlesvlllo and Alva are the Oklahoma
towns whero tho postofflco facilities
are most unsatisfactory.
There Is much talk here now about
committee assignments. It is under-
stood that Judgo Harrcld Is !lk!ly to
be plared on the senate agricultural
committee to take the place madu
vacant by Senator C.ronna of North
Dakota who Is chairman on Oron-
na's retirement. Tho republican
members will al!-iove up a notch.
Senator Pago of Vermont becoming
chairman. Senator Harrcld of courso
would havo to begin at tho bottom
of the committee. Senator Core has
long been a member of the agricul-
ture rommlttuo and was chairman
during the democratic regime.
Collins Confesses to
Part in Big Robbery
KANSAS CITY Nov. ?9 Keith
Collins arrested yesterday near
Westville Okla.. today confessed In
a signed statement to Implication in
tho mall car robbery at Council
Muffs Iowa two weeks ago In
which $3500000 In bonds and othe
securities were stolen. He said hi
burned his share of the bonds fear-
ing capture Tho sum of $500 part
of his share in tho cash was re-
covered when he was arrested.
Wreckage of Barge
Is Found on Rocks
ASTOKIA Ore Nov. 23. Tho
steamer Santa Itltn and the coast
guard cutter Snohomish discovered
tho wreckage of the barge W. J I'lr-
rie on tho hearh near Capu Johnson
according to a wlroti'M caught at
Northhead today. Tho sea how-
ever was too rough to send boats
ashore. Twenty-three persons were
aboard thu I'irrle when sho was last
TL'l.A .Nov. : Mtilmum
inum 2C: nurlh wind cloudy.
OKLAHOMA TuiJ.r n. Weilneiday
AKKAN8A8 TuHiUy cloudyj Wtdn-i-Jay
TOIl.tV'H I.OTAI KVKNTH.
Tula Ad club. Hotel Tula. 1111.
Tul-a Chrlitlan Knd-ivur union Klrat
outhaut ooriion Tui.ii.
Prhvf .rlan rhiirrh TilO n. iti
urn-rally rair Tu.auay am!
niqnviuir asiivci lia( r.in ur inun in
aouthaaat portion Tuaadajr aomawhal
jLwarroar v eancajr.
BOBS EERILY UP
A Lively Scrap Brews in
Congress Over tho So-
Pro-Lcaguers Ignore What thc
People Said in That "Sol-
BORAH FOR A NEW TREATY
Says Settlement Must Bo
Gone Over If Civilized Gov-
ernment Stays in Europe
lly Ht'OKNl-: KOKTON
WASHINGTON Nov 29. There
Is always something to lake tho Joy
out of life and already thu expert po-
litical observers are pretending to
both see and hear ominous signs mid
sounds In tint offing for thn Incom-
ing republican adtnlnsltrntlon. With
most of theso wiseacres the wish Is
probably father to the thought but
there are some signs of approurhlng
trouble that arc too obvious to bo Ig-
nored. Forlnstancei It Is perfectly
plain that certain gentlemen rather
prominent In tho councils and affairs
of tho reimbllcan party nationally
are 'preparing to bring out tho pnl-
motor and endeavor to put the
breath of life back In the league of
nations proposition which tho Amer-
ican peoplo so emphatically repudi-
ated nt tho recent election.
In a speech a few nights ago be-
fore a gathering of business men ln
ItOHton yii'o President-fleet Coolldgo
gave utterance to tho idea that tho
result of tho recent election was not
a determining test of popular senti-
ment on the league. At about thc
Bame time Senator Lodge was giving
utterance to a contrary opinion and
later. Senator Moses ono of tho lr
reconcllables commenting on tho ut
terances of Governor Coolldgo called
attwitloti to Uio utterances of -Pres.
Idrnt'Clect Harding during the cam
palgn that tho lcaguo was pcrma
Itonili Mar IV; lllslit.
Senator llorah Is out with a state.
mcnt not only regarding tho whole
league question ns finally settled ho
fur an tho t'nlted States Is concerned
but Indicating that the twenty of
peaco with Germany would havo" to
be gone over If clvilled governments
In Kuropo Is to be restored nnd main
taincd. This thought Is very apt
to grow the more tho peace terms are
looked into. Up to this tlmn this
phase of tho peace treaty has had
very little consideration and roincm
berlng tho turnover In public sen
tlment regarding the treaty with Its
league attadhment frnun the time It
was first submitted to the senate and
Its final return to the president It
In not Improbable that there Is much
moro to the? view exprenseii by Horah
than at first glanco might appear.
If thc Taft-Iiughcs-Hoot leaguers
think they are going to havo smooth
sailing in attempting to push the
league back In the limelight of pop-
ular favor they uro surely counting
without their hosts but tho fact Is
perfectly plain that tho Influences
which this clan of political thought
represents is already busy. Whether
thoy represent the International
banking Interests believed to have
been behind the Wilson Idea from
tho very beginning or merely the
high idea of endeavoring to forco
America Into shouldering her tull
share of the responsibility of world
affairs tho consequences are bound
to bo the same.
Harding to Stei-r Straight.
That President Harding will as
successfully steer a straight courso
on tho league question when ho is
in the whlto house as hn did during
thc campaign Is confidently believed
by those best qualified to Judge his
probable action but those Americana
who nre opposed to any kind of en-
tangling foreign alliances will need
to be Just lis alert as before tho elec
tion for very powerful Infliieiice-i
are nt work to Invohc this country
In the entanglements ot Kuropean
democratic leaders whllo express-
trig tho Intention of putting no oh.
strULtlons In the way of thn Ineoni.
lug administration very frankly ad-
mit that they expect there will bu so
much trouble among republicans of
divergent opinions on the peaco
treaty and ollpr problems that they
will not have to wait long for tho
opportunity of returning their party
to power counting on tho well.
known fact that tlm public has a
very short memory and will forget
all tho disasters that happened to
thu country during a democratic ad
By Young Leopard Cat
Raiding Poultry Roosts
GAI.VUHTON Texas Nov 39.
After having raided a number of
poultry houses and creating a great
deal vf excitement In the residence
section of tho went end of the city
this morning a half grown ocelot
or leopard cat was shot und killed
by yollco officers. Thc cat was nearly
five 'feet long from nose to tip of
tall und put up a fierce fight be-
for pistol shots ended his life.
Bo far as Is known this Is thu first
cat of this kind ever killed In the
city of Clalvcatoa. .
TULSA OKLAHOMA TUESDAY NOVEMBER 30
jake Hamon 's
rinal Services Impressive;
Many Politicians on Hand
lly AncUtnl prfai Hlal. Mf
A ll DM 1 1 It i: i ik I.. vi .... Th.
bedy of J.iko I. Hamuli ieiublli an
national coinmltteemiin from uM.i
hom.i mill ti.it owner .mil leputni m
have beiuine a millionaire In the nil
ilelds was hurled here today. Mr
Hamon died In a hospital here l.iM
Filday from a gunshot wound said
by Frank I.. 1etih his business in. in
ager to have been accidentally self-
.nfllcled whfii Mr llamoti was deali-
ng a revulver .Sunday night Novem-
The funeral one of thn most elnb-
inn to ever held In Oklahoma. Includ-
ed onu of the loiigtst pruersnlons for
such an occasion In the hlitory of
thu state. A large number of men
prominent In politics antl buslneHn
attended the tuneial.
lliiiidnilM View the llody.
Tho body was removed from the
morgue at a local undertaker's xlinp
at 10.30 o'clock this morning to Con-
vention hall where It lay In Mate un-
til 2il5 o'clock when It was taken
to the church' Hundreds viewed thu
body The procisKlim from i.'onven.
I It) 1 1 hall marched as follows
Thn presiding mlnbitcis Dr T J.
ICrwln of liwton Mr llnmnn H fur
mer pastor nnd Dr. C. C Welth pas-
tor First Presbyterian church. 1 00
honorary pallbeaiern Including C 1I
Kiting T. A. Chandler W. II. Nich-
ols Dr. Hugh Scott Scott Ferris
I. N iiensm.in J. C I'rlngey .1. I-
Appleby Charles 1). Carter J. 1..
Shlnabrrger Harry II. Gllstrap
Judge .1. I-:. Ingram Hoy Hoffman
and lllnl McOuplru: the casket
IN PIERCE CASE
Man Known as "Jack" Ad-
mits Being Present at
PlTTSlimtOIlf Nov. 2D. Jnck
Mosm bf Philadelphia was arrested
hero tonight nnd orcordlng to thc
police Is being held In connection
with thn killing of Henry T. Pierce
In his apartment at Philadelphia
two weeks ago. Clydo H. Kdnburn
captain of detectives announced that
Moss had told him that ho wan prev-
ent when Plerco was killed but that
tho prisoner said hn had no nctual
part In the killing. Moss Is believed
to bo the man described as "Jack"
by the' man and woman under ar-
rest In connection with tho case in
t.'IICI TKM.S NKW STOItV
OF PIIIHCK'K IMC AT! I
PHILADELPHIA Nov 29 Mario
Phillips who Is held with Peter 1)
Inu.AT'ai CTC!!" '"ntho corapscs. Arms and ammunition
killing of Henry T. Plorre mode a
new statement to the police today
following n reconciliation with n man
said to be her legal husband. The
Intent account of the i-rnto although
not made public does not differ
jnaterinlly from the original version
according to authorities. ltoss A
Hogers a former sailor who claims
to hn the girl's husband talked with
her at tho city hall today Tho po-
llco say that Ilogers who camo here
from lioston told her that he would
stand by her and that she responded
by saying she would como hack to
him If sho "got out of this scrape"
In contrast to her cheery air and
Indifferent composure tho girl has
become depressed and cries almost
Incessantly tho officials said today.
Sho has refused the prison fare as
too greasy" and her food la be
ing brought from outside.
Detectives uro combing tho haunts
nnd possible hiding places of "Alf
Smith and "Jack" the men claimed
by tho prisoners to bo the actual
slayers of Pierce.
War on Pickpocfxts
Is Declared in 'Chi"
CHICAGO. Nov. 20. I : very nick-
pocket In Chicago Is to be arrested
every 24 hours or rearrested us fust
oh hn obtains his liberty under or-
ders issued today by Charles Fit.
morris general superintendent of
police. Thu new plan is the chlefi
latest step In tho drive ac.ilnst
crime Uach tlmo a nlcknocknt is
arrested on suspicion thn station
making the nrrrst will follow tlm
rase through the courts and If the
prisoner Is freed or released on a
habeas corpus writ he must bo re.
irrested within ono day. the chief
ordered ' i
$12 Dollars Already Jingle
in Toe of "Empty Sfockino
Giving not getting Is the real
spirit of Clirlstmas
Thn opportunity to play Santa
Clans by proxy to help thorn who
need help most to bring real Christ-
mas Joy Into the heurtn of tho un-
fortunate of this city to Inundate
with happlne-M thn hearts of chil-
dren of thn shack and the hove) on
thn morning of mornings this Is
the opportunity which is offered;
Tutsans In the Kmpty Storking
Fund of Thn World which .makes It
possible for tho Tulsa County Hu-
mane Society lo bring real yiilntldu
cheer to needy families who would
otherwise bu unable to celebrate
Christmas this year.
Kach year for a number of years
stretching far back as years go In
Ihn Wonder City Tho Tulsa World
has sponsored lite Kmpty Stocking
Fund. Kach year Tulsans In whose;
buaxta UnrtiiDCKs wi broumrly
Body to Rest
I home by the active pallbeareis P
iC Dings John F- Huxley Max Wost-
Mielmer Frank M Adams J. S.
i Mullen Charles I.. Anderson and
iiiiioui iwiinirc or .iriunore inn.
IJwInr of Guthrie James A. Harris
ot wtigmirr and cash M. ratio or
Shawnee. Mrs. Hamon. children and
relatives employes of Mr. Hamuli
and oiit-of lowu delegation.
John ltingllnc of New York nr
rived here today to attend thu fu
Doctor Irwin said ln part read-
ing flum 1 '.i.i I mi 10317
"Trusting In thn meicy of God
the l.otd hear then In thn day of
trouble The name ot God ot Jacob
defend thee send then help from
the sanctuary and strengthen thee
out of Klon."
tender as that of their mother lie
loved to hear his son I cello and hear
Ills daughter pluy thn onu an orntor
and thc other a musician. 1 have
heard him say '1 love that boy lie
wears the white flower of a blutnu
less life. 1 hope hn may hn prusl
dent of thn Pulled Slnlcii some da.
Let us all hope for It. May the
mantle of the father fall upon th
son and may hn work as hind as
did his rattier to make t tie. heart or
thn world happier and thu splilt of
tho world holler.
"V All Hair Our l-nulis."
"God made only one Juku llnninn
nod he was Just what hn was. He
hated hypocrisy. Wo might learr!
from him thu dlvlno lesson of for
rONTINt'lJH ON I'Alli: TlllltTKKN
15 POLICE CADETS
SLAIN IN IRELAND
Khaki-Clad Squad Am-
bushed Students Re-
port in London.
lly Th. AaxicUtM rr.aa.
LONDON Nov 29. Dispatches re
luting to the killing of lf auxiliary
police cadi.ts near Kllfulchaet were
read In thn house of commons by
Sir llam.ir Greenwood chief micro.
tury fur Ireland In tho course ot the
Irish debate today
The party which ambushed the
cadets consisted of 80 to 100 men
all dressed In khaki und wearing
steel trench helmets- They fired
from both sides of the road on thu
lorries und also directed un enfiadtiK
Ity force of arms' sumo of the
cadets had been dlaarmeii and nrii
tally murdered: their bodies were
rifled of all money nnd valuable's
and even clothing was taken from
also wero taken nnd the lurries
Thu secretary thought that with
IS former officers of tho latu war
thus lying dead tho housn would hot
wish to continue thu discission. He
termed thu affair a challenge to par-
liament and civilization The sub-
Ject was then dropped.
Three Hurt at Okmiilgcu When Alan
Lights Malcli In Goh-IIIIcI
fly AauKtatril frraa Slat. Wlra.
OKMU11KH. Okla. Nov. J3.
Pert JJavlH A. K. Duvall and J. A.
Hale pipe lino workers wero ter-
ribly burned today whllo working
In a meter houso south of tho city.
One of tho men struck a mutch to
light a clgaret. Tho rodm was
filled with gas and an explosion
followed. llnforo tho men could
mako their way out of .the house
their clothing had been practically
burned from their bodies. They
wcro brought to Okmulgee and
given medical treatment.
Next Time She'll Put
Her Riches in Bank
ST. LOUIS. Nov. 29. Georgo G.
Thompson a clothing buyer of Min
neapolis Minn. reporteu to tin: po-
lice latu today that II 1 1000 hills
sewed In tho pocket of a skill be-
longing to his wlfn were stolen when
the garment was taken from thoj
dressing room of a local tailoring
establishment where Mrs. Thompson
had been fitting somo dresses a short
time prcvloutiy. Thn skirl with tho
nncket rlnned out was found In thu
I rear of tho store.
lo sit high have poured forth
money most generously that charlt
may be done in th name of lllm
whoso birth Chrtstmu.t honors.
Karh year thn entire total of con
trihutlons Is lurri'd over intuit to
the Tulsa. County Hlimano Soclelj
and tiunalated Into very substan-
tial messages of good will.
Tulsans who null contributions
lorgo or small to thu Km'p'y Stock-
ing Fund of Thn World will help
make thn lives of hundreds of the
city's illtlo ones brighter on Christ-
mas morning nnd by so doing will
mako their own yuletlde a hundred
Tho Kmpty Stocking Fund:
Alpha Omega Sunday school
class I 1.00
Norman C. .Dickasuu 100
Chas. D. Lush 10.00
TnlAi It 1 U.nO
TRAIN HITS AUTO
FOUR ARE KILLED
Disastrous Crossing Ac-
cident on Katy South
CAR 'DIES' ON TRACK
Driver Starts Across in Front
of Train and Kills Hn-
gin on Rails
RUSH BODIES TO EUFAULA
One Injured lad Not Expect
ed to Live Until Morning
In Word of Doctor.
Mt'SKOGKK Okla. Nov. mi Ono
woman nnd flic men wen killed nnd
a il-)tiir-olil Isiy wan wrliioxly in.
J u red when the aiilninohllo In which
wrm riding was struck by a Missouri
Kansas A Trails train al 11:1 o'clock
tonight nt a ii-OnMlnx near Onapn
Okla fho nillcH south ot Cliiilah.
Thu Identified dead are;
W. M. KNIGHT farmer ilriistiill.
Mrs W. M. KNIGHT.
ItALl'H i;. AI.I.KN driver of tho
Two soiih of W M. Knight were
lnthn car. They wcro Hester and
Tummy Knight. Dim was killed
and tlm other probably was fatally
injuria nut it in not yet known
which Is dead.
According to Ihn crossing watch-
man thu uutnmohlln started to crns
thu tracks ahead of thc train and
then stopped when thn train was
seen and In an effort to back the
dnvrr hilled thn engine. Th were
no lights on thn automobile the
HriiHlilll Is six miles west of Gita-
lin which Is 2.1 miles south of Mus-
kogee on tlm M. IC. AV T. rullruud.
Thu bodice of thu dead and Injured
Were placed on the train and rushed
to IVurauln where tho Injured boy
was given medical attention .Physi-
cians ut Kufaula said they did not
expect the Injured boy to live until
Thu two Knight boys both are
about 13 years old. The body of one
of the boys who was killed Mr. and
Mrs. Knight and Mr. Alien wore
mangled almost byond recognition
Thu Texas limited the train which
truck the uutu Is one of thn fastest
trains operated over the Katy road
A letter ivos found In tho nncket
oi .Mr. Alien uiinressril to j. j. Al on
somewhere In Texas.
It's Where I Belong'
Says Slayer Given Life
KANSAS CITY Nov. 29 Charlrs
L. Simpson wns sentenced to llle
Imprisonment Into today In crimi-
nal court here. Simpson pleaded
guilty to a charge of murdering
Frank S. Archnr molorcycln nattol-
man thu night of Octooer 14 lust.
"That's whero I belong." was
Simpson's only comment on tho ver
AFTER CANDY PflOFITEERS
Prlcw of Sugar Down Hut Makrra of
Hwort craargn Hatur.
CHICAGO. Nov. 29 A fight to
make Christmas candy ohnaner was
started today by 'tho city council
high cost of living committee. Al-
derniMii Max Admonskl chairman
said that despite reductions' of near
ly 20 rents a pound In sugar over
war prices candy manufacturers
wero not lowering the price of their
They are planning to reap a bar.
vest during thn holidays but we In
tend to see that their panw. are
thwarted" ho said.
Al thn same time Charles Clyne
United States illmrlrt attorney nn
notinced that his agents had gathered
evidence of ploflteerlng 111 butler
und eggc In Chicago and that a fed.
'till drive lo punish the profiteers
would he started Immediately.
Guilt When Arraigned
CINCINNATI. Nov 29 - Two me
who gave their names as Murllu
Hatiim 17 of Knld Okla and Ch!r
s Si hwclbbr 2S of Vlncennes lnd ; making a total of t'J that havo been
who wero arrested hern yesteaduy brought In since the liniulry started
whllo In tho act of making 10 several weeks ago. All of those In-
counterfeit bills pleaded guilty when .dieted were Judges or ejerks ut the
given prellmluai v examination today I prirunry They uro charged with
before I'nlted States Commissioner! making false counts of the ballots
Hurley They were bound over to t und signing Incorrect tally sheets
tho federal grand Jury In thoisuml . -
of 1 1 5000 each j NITRE COCKTAILS IN FAVOR
Stolen Sugar Poisoned
Victim Warns Thief in
Effort to Save Life
DIM!! QI'L lown' Nov. 29.
"To the purly or parties who stole
a sack of sugar from me please
don't eat It" Is tho warning sent
out by a DubiiiUu county furrnnr
through local newspapers
A few days ago ho received a
suck of sugar from Chicago and
with thu shipment camo a bottle of
deadly poison the contents of
which spilled over the sugar Tho
owner put the sugar In his wood-
shed intnndlng to dlsposu of It
liter In tho meantlmn It dis-
appeared und tho victim of tho
robbery Is now endeavoring to re.
turn good for evil by thorough of-
furU U a.vu tho Ufa of th thief.
Her Husband In
Mis. Churlrs Garland of lioston
who supports her husband III his re
Jrctlou of ft.tlOO.OOO his sharn of tho
estate of his father. James A. Gar.
land. Garland said hn preferred to
make his own way In thu world to a
lirn of Idle eiisn on thu Mrtumi left.
This remarkable young man In an
aiitomobllii mechanic and Is support
ing nis witn iimi huny on his farm at
Capo Cod Mis. Garland declares
she will also reject her share.
'WON'T HOLD MEN
'Conservative' Rail Union
Leaders Demand Im-
TIRED OF EXCUSES'
Stone of Engincrs Says Ar
bitration Must Re Pro-
vided at Once.
CHICAGO Nov. 29. Warning
that Ihn "iiltru-ronservutlvfl" lead
ers of thn railroad brotherhoods
would ceiso their efforts to hold
their men In check unless1 some plan
to adjust differences between roadv
and employes Is found was deliv-
ered to thu United States railway
labor boaid today by Wurrun M.
Stonn of Cleveland grand chief of
lhe llrotlicrliooil of ultllwuy Kngin-
com. Appearing before the board with
officials of IS other recognised rail-
way unions Mr Stone announced
that after being clusned "for 17
years as an allra-conservatlve I
have ar-lved ut tho point whero 1
am' through making excuses to thu
''There must hn noma plan found
somewhere whorchy we can get re-
sults for these men" Mr. Stonn con.
tlnuud "The locomotive engineers
huve carried the loud of icsponst-
blllty for years. Wn have tried lo
embody your board's decision of
lust July In agreements with 368
roads but only four of these agree-
ments havo been signed. Thu roads
refuse to sign until the board passu
on thu question of rules."
The decision last July raised rail-
road WHgrs 1600. 000000
With Mr Stone appealed offlclula
of tho other employes' organizations
asking that tho board hold a hear-
ing to decide on tho rrentlon of u
board of adjustment to hear contru.
verslim other than wage (imputes.
12 More Indicted in
St. Louis Vote Scandal
ST. LOFIS. Nov. 29. The grand
Jury Investigating alleged frauds In
thu August primary hern returned 12 I
rnorn Indictments this afternoon
lU-phu o tho Once Popular flronx In
Hearts or GnlliHiullc.
UOSTON Nov. .29. Nitre cockv
lulls us a subinltutu for tho once
popular llrunx have vonm Into f.ivoi
since the advent of 'prohibition ac-
cording to Infornfa'lon given out to
day by William B. Hrlry director
or registration In the stutn depart
merit or drug control. Ho rtild the
department had noticed a trumen
dous Increase In tho sale of invert
spirits of nitre and had found that
tho drug was being used as n subntl
lute for llipior "among tho bettir
riuues." Hu willed attention to the
danger In the practice as he said
tho drug contains alcohol txiilluiii
nltratu und sulphuric acid which
is solvent of muUls.
Kunarat blrtcora (lo tf. Iloulitar- I"hon.
O. IIIMItt Ainbulauca acrvlct.Adtl.
a-Tfwiiawiiiii imi man ma
PHICE 5 CENTS
'Christ Would Have Dono
Same' Says Youth De-
IT'S 'BLIND TO TRUTH'
"til ..... Tl.. I .. I
iiiiu un i iitiunuiiun II 111!
Stuffs Hundreds" Young
HE RECEIVES MUCH ADVICE
Hut "You Cannot Serve God
anil Mammon" Is Way Bos
ton ion Sums Up His Action
Mr The Aiuiorlatril t'rran.
lll'ZZAUDS HAY Mass. Nov. 2.
Charles (larland the young man
wlTo has renounred his right td a
million dollar legacy left him by
his father James A. Garland who
wns a wenthy cubman and yachlav!
man of lioston today madu a format
statement which ho suld wns due
to tho fact that many reports of hi
failure lo accept tho legacy had
fulled properly to present his posi-
tion. "I refuse to accept the money he-
cause It Is not mine" was young
Garland's summary of his action.
A system which starves thousand
while hundreds are s'uffnd con-
demns Itself A system which U'nve
a sick woman hHplepi and offers
Us servlrrs to a healthy man con
dnmns Itself it Is such a syatam
that offers mo u million dollarcr
'Illlnil to Simple Truth."
"It hi blind to the simplest truth
known to every child thn truth
that the hungry should hn fed and
thu naked clothed I have had to
uhooHii between the losti of pilvuta
properly and thn law which la writ
ten In every human heut. I rhoo4
thn one which 1 bellovu to be trur'.'t
.Garland who has stated that he
renounced his claim to thn million
dollars because he thought Christ
would have done the snmo contln
"I hellva I could do no good with
lhe' money. It la tho mnn who
gives food to tho hungry who doe
good not thn dollais given in ex.
change for thn food. I wood be
happy tti bo the man If I had th
fond to give hut I runout lend my
self to handling Ihn money that if
not mine even though tlm good that
might be done Is possibly great"
too Many ".serving inn Hollar"
Many people havo written to tell
him what could he donn with thn
money ho said. "They wmn almost
proud to point out the power that
I have In my hands hut It la the
moat pitiful tiling they could point
to. You 'cannot servo God -and
Mammon' So many people ready
to servo thn dollar means so many
lesM to nerve God. There are great
opportunities to do good hut they
are In men's hearts not In my check
book. A preucher In tho naiim' of
Christ said that this million should
have been turned to God. HeHhinks
that God' work la paid for In dol-
lars. God's work will never be
dona utll men see that this theory
Mr. Garlands statement was mad
from his homo her n former Inn
of ntagn cisurh days. The young
man who I 22 year old la living
at the hnusu with his wifo and Infant
daughter ns tho guests of his moth-
er Mm. Mario Tujor Green who
s'lpplles them a maid und koepi
thttr larder full. He plans to go to
work eventually ho Mid but a year
at Harvard college which !m left to
get married und preparatory school
ing in ihl country and in Kngianu
fifed him for no work ready at
hand and sold ho thought It would
hn spring before he found anything.
Ills wife Joined him In his remit-In-
Hon of the million Garland said.
mother a though not holding
thu hi me views hss told him to4o
what hn thought right. '
lino llrnllicr W'crpta share"
In another house on tho estate
lives James A. Garland III a
brother of Charles Garland who has
accepted his share of hi futhor's
emnte mado larger by tho fact that
the mother of tho boys abandoned
her rights in order to marry Fran-
cum C. Groen after the death of her
first husband. At Harvard college
Is Hamilton Garland u third aan
who picks several inonina ot reach
ing IiIh majority. Ills brother
Charles until today that ho under-
stood Hamilton also was considering
re i u ;u to lake tun snare when he
became of age. Tholr Idea on the
subject wcrn somewhat similar lie
aid athough the Influences of ed-
ucation and environment wore not
Garland Indicated that his refusal
to take thn money wns not hnwd
cm any question attached to thn ori
gin of the Garland foitune saying
he did not know fiom what source
It was derived but hu believed H
camo down from his grnndfa'her
New York Life
Farmer & Diiran
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