The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 69, Ed. 1, Tuesday, December 7, 1920 Page: 1 of 18
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OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER
f AVKKAOH HWOHN NKT I'AID ))
VOL. XV. NO. 69
Girl Called on Hamon
Day After Shooting
But Prosecutor Doesn't Think
Suit Furnished by Ketch
' Is the One Wanted.
SHIRT UNDERWEAR BURNED
Destroyed to Keep Mrs.
Hamon From Seeing Them
Explanation of Manager.'
.UiD.MOItl-: Dec. 6. Two dovcl-
epmcais marked todny' Invostlga-
tlon of i'ic eleath hero .Novcnilior 2
otJake. 1.. llainun itussr 11 I) llruwn
icjn'y attorney announced tonight.
A tul of i lo tli en was obtained from
tne pru-j'c omen or ine tle.-ul re-
push .111 committeeman and million-
Hire j : nml railroad imtn In ro-
rjinse 1 1 the demand ot (tic prose-
t jt r for the clothing ami 1 Jr.
V'a.ler llnrely director o( the prl-
mc lurltnrluni whero Mr. Hamon
iki and who treated him after ho
an shot confirmed tho report thnt
CUra Smith Hamon churned with
the Miuntl-ig vlhllcd .Mr. lliunon at
Mr Hi own described thn milt of
rlo'hes dullvered to him by l-'rank
l Kei' h formerly buslnees man
amr for Hamon and now adminis-
trator cf the estate as "a"' suit mid
as-er'nl ih.it ho did not believe that
llr llatnon vvoro the plum colored
t'tgr Hie evening ho wa shot
through the body.
Did .Veil Oct Pistol.
Tho county attorney did not ob-
tain the pistol with which tho poll-Uciari-olt
man was said to have been
Mr. Ketch according to tho re-
port of Sheriff Huok (larrett who
went after thu articles opened tho
u4i'!- ami pouueu ic a small can-
ter automatic and designated It not
as thu weapon but a personal flro-
mm and said that ho did not know
wheru tho death weapon wan.
Dr. Hardy told Mr. Uruwn tho
Utter (.aid that Miss Smith cilme to
the hospital tho evening after Mr.
Hamon wan shtit at tho downtown
hotel wheru Mr. Hamon and Ml
Smith had their homo. Dr. J lardy
was quitted us saying that further
than the fact Miss Hmlth visited Mr.
ilumcin hu could say nut little. Ho
did not know the nature of tho con-
motion between tho two or
whether tho nurses were bent from
In remarking on u dispatch from
Oklahoma City to tho effect that
and In his Investigation ot the
death and direction of tho pursuit
of .Mlns Smith last heard from at
Clw-u Texas could bo ubtalncd only
through an appeal to tho governor.
Mr ltrcmn said that ho would con-
tinue alone "for tho present at
Hid .ot Cot ".Ml Clothing."
In his demand for tho clothing
worn by Mr. Hamon when ho was
'hot Mr llrown specified "all
Today the prosecutor's emissary
Sheriff Oarrett said ho was told
J' Mr. Ketch that tho underwear
M rhlrt Mr. Hamon woro wore
Wnc-J ho believed to keep Mrs.
eimon from seeing thorn.
Air. Hamon was shot through tho
body according to tho signed re-
port of jvu Ardmoro physicians and
"is rst submitted In response to
tho prosecutor's demand did not
have a nolo through It.
Mr. Ketch said according" to
Sheriff darrctt'a report to Mr.
I'rovvn that Mr. Hamon had his
't unbuttoned at tho tlm0 ho was
Mrs. Hamon nnd her children
JuKe U Jr. and Ollvo Hello tonight
tro on their way to Kastland
Ta. with Mr. Kotoh. Mrs.
Hanum recently haa been very
njr li worried over tho publicity
Cl n developments following the
- i rf 10r husband und friends
". H i . r to tukn a trip.
1 1 amy llamnn pronounced by
many Hay man" corret'tly Is pro-
"f r U "Ham-un" tho first
'' an being pronounced as the
Pork produce and slightly stressed
O'M' V SMITH MAIM! WILL;
".s iti;ioini:i mis-sim;.
KNSAS CITV Dec 6. Miss
- a a Hmlth sought In connection
J"") 'no fataJ Hhootlng of Jnko I..
"' -n of Ardmdio Okla. had a
f l'.wn for her hero on May 21
1J U days before a decree was
W'tcd tit Weatiherford Texas
Kf n r.g a dlvorco from her to
j ar ! Hamon nenhew of Jnko
Ha 'nnn according to a statement
' "TINUKU ON' PAUI-l liKHlK.N
Today's World dec not contain j
Miiiii; news as yrMt-riia) s.
J Aery line has Ih-cii re-vvrlttc-ii
't"l mlvertlslng Is IIUo gocnl
Si'"N In this respect
ads uiulrr Christmas (ilft
"SKcMmns i-HSS 0.Ai nmiikn
'ieu My M.Uh tlicy cimugc every
M Mhen jou wo Mime at-
"actlo gift aclcrtlliig don't
l'"i ort going to tlto Ktciro right
Tj'! artlrlos mlrcrtrhccl mulor
J-hrNiiiias nirt Snggcktlnrw rep-
"iit tho lict cifrim. They ure
"iipiHci i quickly by eager
iiier 0 nt.t quicuiy t.n
rend ClitsH 8 LA In today's
fly Tho AuorUlrd Pren.
AUDMOUi: Dee. 6.- -Invrstlga.
Hon of tho death of Jnko U
Hamon rcimbllcan national com-
mitteeman from Ukbihoiila sud-
denly took a new turn tonight
when It beenmo Known thai a pe-
tition for a grand Jury lventlgn-
tlon was being circulated In Ard-
moro and Hudson It. llrown
county attorney said that tho
matter had been discussed with
him and that he would bu "very
glad tci assist should tho petition
be filed with tho dNtrlet Judge."
Tho Oklahoma state rode pro-
vides that tho district may call a
grand Jury se.swlon for Investiga-
tion when a petition bearing thn
signature of 15 citizen Is placed
In tho hnmls of tho bcliohr- Mr.
llrown nnlii. It Is hot obligatory
that the Judgn call tho grand Jury
session however he said but lie
may do so under the law uflcr ho
has peisonalli looked into the
Mr. Broun Into tonight said he
"frankly admitted today has
brought no development In the
Koarch for Miss .Smith" but that
he remained optimistic
FOR MRS. HAMON
Fails to Secure Harreld's
Help in Plan to Put
Widow on Job.
TRIES TO SEE HARCHNG
Boom for Woman Is Recog-
nized as Serious Move
Backed by Much Money.
Special to The World.
WASHI.VOTO.V. Dec. 6 The ar-
rival hero today of Alva II. McDon-
ald to aid In promoting tho deal to
havo Mrs. Jako Hamon named as
the now republican national commit-
teeman from Oklahoma was the first
development along that lino hero.
McDonald left Oklahoma tho day
before Hamon was shot nnd was In
New York when he died ami stated
on his arrival heru that he was mere-
ly on his way home.
Ho called on Senator-elect Ilarrold
and solicited his support for Mrs.
Hamon. Tho senator very emphat-
ically declined to glvo It.
McDonald put In tho day trying
to arrange a meeting with Senator
Harding through Harry Daughorty
to Induce him if possible to Indicate
a dcslro to seo Mrs. Hainan selected.
At a late hour tonight tho result
of his efforts were still In doubt
but In view of the widespread public-
ity given tho Hamon n(falr any state-
ment or personal desires purporting
to eminato from tho piosldonl-olect
can be accepted with considerable
Tight on .llin Harris.
Telegrams received from Okla-
homa Indicate that tho Hamon fol-
lowing are directing their flro chiefly
against Jim Harris for committee-
man rather than against Harreld
whoso selection cannot he placed on
tho grounds of him being a candi-
date but rather us tho compromlso
choice between nil factions and
against which no logical argument
can bo brought except by thoso who
havo a purely selfish or factional
Interest to sorvo. For no matter
who Is commlttpr-mnn during tho
next nix years for Oklahoma Har-
reld's own position Is such that his
volco In tho really vital affairs will
Heal Campaign for Widow.
Thcro Is no longer any doubt how-
ever that h campaign of formidable
proportions backed by ample fund
from somo ourcc. Is under full
swing and that every string familiar
to seasoned political manipulators
Is being pulled to put Mrs. Hamon
over. 'Already at least two nnd
possibly three Oklahoma politicians
nro claiming that In the event of her
selection they will bo the power be-
hind Him throne and If thoy enn keep
from fulling out among themselves
It Is not unlikely that I his will bo
Left to Oklahoma politicians
nlnne thprn Is no nonrehenslon that1
they would not bo nblo to amicably
agree among themselves as to who
should bn tho committeeman hut
theso outside Influences so Insidious-
ly nt work and for such unknown
purposes may bring on complications
that will bo harmful In a very far
Confers Willi Knnchrrty.
Ixitn tonight McDonald hunted tip
newspaper men representing Okla-
homa newspapers to r1v them an
Item to send to Oklahoma saying
that ho nnd been in coherence with
Harry M- Daughorty Henntnr Hard-
ing's pro-convention manager 'Mc-
donald asked that ho ho quoted In
Oklahoma newspapers oh saying
that ho predicted thu selection of
Mrs- Hamon following his tjilk with
McDonald nlso predicted that tho
majority of tho state committeeman
In Oklahoma aro now ready to voto
for Mrs. Hamon. He seemed nnxldiis
that tho Impression bo created In
Oklahoma that Mr. Harding him-
seir' Is ror Mrs Hamon.
Building Trust Under
Probe in Chicago Too
CHICAOO Dec. fi. Investigation
or an alleged building trust in Chi-
cago has been In prngres for more
than two weeks by a federal grand
lury It bocamo known tonight. The
Jury was wtld .by federal offlclnls
to have received Information tend-
ing to show thnt building prices
wera rorced up deliberately by a
combination of manufacturers and
.SENATE IN MOVE
TO AID FARMERS
Committee Draws Resolu-
tion to Kevive War
DEEM PASSAGE SURE
Similar Movement Launched
in House to Override Veto
PICTURE FARMERS' DISTRESS
".Unprecedented and Un-
paralleled Situation Say
WA.SHI.VOTON I)0. j Itevlviil
of thn war finance corporation and
aellon liy t federal reserve board
purmittiiig extension be hanks of
"liberal" credits t tnrmeis would'
bu directed in a Joint resolution
drafted late loday by the senate ag-
ricultural committee. Tho resolu-
tion will bo reported to the senate
tomorrow by Senator annum of
North Dakota tho agricultural com-
mlttce chairman who will ask for
Im mediate consideration.
Members of tho committee draft-
ing the it-solution expressed confi-
dence that enough votes were ns-
sured to bring about ito prompt
passage but members of the Ilnanco
committee Indicated that they ytzaUi
ask that It first bo r-f. ired to them
for conriS.-iatlon inasmuch as tho
war finance corporation was created
under u bill drawn by their commit-
tee. Mmo In IIoiim; Too.
lU'htoration of the -var finance
corporation to rurnlsn financial aid
to farmers also would bo decided In
a concurrent resolution presented to-
day In tho houso by Hopresentatlvu
Uyrnt-s .democrat of South Carollun.
Tho senate) agricultural commit-
teo decided to report Its resolution
as a committee meusure hoping
thereby to s.ivo tlmn with unani-
mous consent. Uncle the senato
rules thu resolution could bu read
twice In onu day and placed on the
calendar for pas.-mge. Senator Nor-
lis of Nebraska member ot tlto
agriculture committee first pro-
poseu a concurrent resolution which
does not require approval by the
president but other members ob-
jected on tho ground that such
resolution would not bo strong
enough Willi ( not anticipating thn
action of tho president democratic
senators made clear their Intention
of voting to ovenlde a veto If
I 'iirni Distress Pictured.
Tho senato committee's resolu-
tion declared that "unprecedented
and unparalleled distress" ' exists
among the farmeis because of their
Inability to market their products
at prices equalling the cost of pro-
duction and that tho people ot
Kuropo nro In "dlro need" of theso
products but unable to pnrchaMi be-
cause of existing flnaclal conditions.
The resolution further lecites that
banks havo been unable to extend
credit to farmers so they may hold
their products until "they can bo
sold In a fair and reasonable mur-
kot." HI-JACKER SCARED OFF
Rut rrostwrtlvo Ite-euer or Mun
Held nl Cun's Point l.s l'lrt to
Hun at Shout for Help.
When A. McUllary "12 l-'irist
National bank building was com-
manded to "stick 'em up" by ahhort
dark complexloncd hl-Jacker at
Third and Klgln about 8 o'clock
last night ho refused and remained
with his hands in his pockets. "Stick
'em up" growled tho highwayman
.is hu exhibited a gun "stick cm up
or til bore a hole through you."
Instead of reaching skyward Ma
Ollary let our a hearty whoop for
help Just us an unidentified man
enmo down the steps or tho Klgln
hotel not lar from where the at.
tempted holdup was taking place.
I tn t thu stranger. Instead ot lending
aid to Mctilhiry. started running
and In the opposllc direi tlon went
tho stlcktlp nrtlht who disappeared
around a coiner and started towards
S. pond street. M-Hilary 'old thu
police that hu could Identify his us-
sallant. FIRE IN K. C. STAR PLANT
Sovcral Tliou-anil Dollars Damage
Done by lllae
KANSAS ITI V. Htt . I -rire orlg-
Inntlug between the idling of the
stereotyping room nnd the roof over
that section of the Kansas City Star
building tonight resulted in damage
aggregating several thousand dol-
lars before firemen got tho flames
Oasses accumulating from a leak-
In tho ventilator leading from the
largo typo metal melting vats ami
Igniting are believed by firemen to
havo caused thu flro.
TUl.K. Vf. I - Maximum f7. mini-
mum 11; north 1E'1 cloudy. I'reclidt.
OKLAHOMA- Tutmlajr prolubly fair
enoler In noulhwcuUrn fiortlom. WMnM
day part rlointy. warmer In weat portion.
AllKANSAH: Turn-lay cloudy probably
rain oniflv hat cublcri Wtdnearlay prob
TODAY'S I.OCAI HVIINTH
Tul. AdverllalnK club llutrl Tulia
Annual mrctlnr Tulaa ill.lrll reward
of Huutlinrn MelhodlHt church Iloaton Ave.
nun M I.' church It a in
Klflh annual convention Tulaa rtlatrlel
Wiiman'a Hum Sllanlonary of Mrthodlnl
Mpltcopal church in t'lrat UelhoJial
church : v. ul
TULSA OKLAHOMA TUESDAY DECEMBER 7 1920.
CROWDS FILL GALLERIES
Clara Smith Is Found
By Newspaper Man
Report to Ardmore
ARDMORli Tuesday Dec. 7. Russell Hiwn county
attorney of Carter county early today announced that he
had received information that Penny M. Ross a San An-
tonio Texas newspaper man had seen Clara Harton Smith
wanted here in connection with the death by shooting of
.lake L. Hamon andNaid he ha dtclegrnphed the police chief
at San Antonio to investigate anil if necessary hold Iloss as
a material witness.
In the information given Mr. llrown he stated it was
said Ross asserted that he had aided the woman in fixing
a broken down car and then being an acquaintance! of 10
years obtained a confession from her.
He is understood Mr. Brown said to have' said that ho
knew the present whereabouts of the fleeing woman.
SAN ANTONIO Texas Tuesday Dec. 7. 1'. M. Ross
correspondent of a news association early this morning said
that he knew where Clara I'arton Smith wanted at Ardmore
Okla. in connection with the death of Jake L. Hamon may
be found but that he will not disclose the information with-
out a guarantee from County Attorney Russell R. Rrown of
Ardmore that the woman will be given a trial before a jury
of 12 women. Ross said the woman is not in San Antonio.
Christmas Season for Kids
Overlaps in Reminiscences
For Youngsters Grown Up
Them was thn days!
Tho Mimu days the same period
of tho year tho hiiiio unfailing in-
dications alt that stutl doesn't
mean near so much to a lot of
you now becauuv: you say you'vo
outgrown It. Maybe you Just look
kindly at tho preparations and
grin In reminiscence maybe you
growl nnd Just scoff at thu silly
m-ntlmeutallty anil maybe you
wlncu nt thu recollection of somo
old sorrow that Christmas calls
llflt you're bound to bu human
and can't dodge the rcsponslblllty
of Home interest in tho coming of
Christmas for ChrlstmiiH to tho
(lOd-fcuiiug nations of the i-nith
Is more or less a seml-iellglous
conwlcnce And then t hole's tho
kids; mop ami riguro and luckou
up JiiHl about what a Christmas
means to a kid. Chrlstmaa Is ror
kids mostly but It wasn't meant
that there shouldn't bo any
grown-up kldH nt Chilstmas or
that grown-ups should forget thu
basic senso of tho custom.
Just take a look mound Mr.
IliiHlncHs Man Mr. Salaried Man.
Mr. Laboring Man slzo Up your
situation and then look back at
tho days when you were a kid. It
you had a squaro deal If you had
u full- chance if you had tho kind
of u homo In any senso of tho
won! that Amcilcnu parents liko
ti provide! oven if your cjhrlstniart
wasn't exactly satisfactory on all
those occasions you would probab-
ly malco extensive aacrlflces to bo
a kid again Just to enjoy "them
Maybe you knew all along you
wouldn't get oven part of what you
wauled ror Chlislmas. Hut It was
Christmas and lr you gut anything
you wero more than likely proud.
Perhaps you still have that hand-
kerchief your wire gave you bu-
roru you wert married op the
first Chrlsimus of your acqualn-
Lince. .Maybe she Hill has ihe onu
In accordance with our ustinl custom nt this lime of tho year wn
are again making a special Christmas Hnrgalii Offer to our mtuiy
frlen's and subscribers In Oklahoma whereby they may savo
money on their subscription to Oklahoma's rin-atest Newspaper.
On account of tho Incrcaso In print paper nnd nlhor commodities
going to mako up a metropolitan newspaper the pilm after Jan. 1
will bo Increased to Jli.OO per year. Theiefnre subscribe today and
savo money. This ofrer Is good for old subscribers as well us now.
Cut out this coupon and mall today.
Kor mnll subscribers In Oklahoma only
delivery In Tulsa.
TULSA DAII.V WOltl.D-
I wish to tako advantage of your annual Christmas liar gain
Offer Cheeked below. 1 enclose remittance to cover.
Qn fit Dally and Sunday Wo
tpU.lO Prlio SIUM1 after Jan
QJCr Of? Dully Only World one jenr. Itegular Prleo
tPDtautJ $7(1(1 after .Inn. LI I ratu 9175
CfO OK Sunday Only
You Save $2.75 nnsSy
THIS OI-M-'KIt HXPIHKS DKC 21 1920
you gavo her. Such treasures
havo no monetary value- They
merely sal-nalu your thoughts
with memories of cherished days
that are gunc.
Thl Isn't meant to bu a sob
steiiy. It's Just meant to bu u re-
minder of what Christmas once
meant rt-gardlesa of what It
means now a reminder or a
principle or humanity that make.-t
Tor leas strikes less wars and less
strir'j. A reminder or tho fact
that there's lots or rolks In Tulsa
that won't enjoy Christmas tin-
lesnpyou como through.
Come on" Tulsa kick In. Ix-t's
rill up those empty stockings.
Mall your check to The World
today. Do It right now whllo It's
on your mind
Tho Kmpiy Stocking I'lind.
As previously reported .... ll'iv 00
Margarot and Martin
Naylor . 2 00
O. Schneider 2.00
S. M Homing 1.00
W. II. Hand R.oo
J. C. Itnyxon 1.00
P. II. Hull Kuril. Co 10.00
Itena Maynanl Kurd 1.00
Mra lb-Mslo Shaffer fi.Od
II. C. 'elgler 2.00
Mrs. H. O. Zelgler 1.00
Margan-t (looderiiuin .... H 00
C. .. Vewser 1.00
H. MlHor I.br. Co 10.00
Total to datn 1183.00
Need 315 Millions to
Run New York a Year
NBW VOltlv Deo. 0. It takes
Just $34S571 39.77 to run the city
of Greater Now York during tho
coming fiscal ear. This umnunt
exceeding two-thlrds of tho total
appropriated by congress for the
entire nation In ISlfi was asked of
tho board of aldermen today by thu
ltte on finance nrenarlng tho
1 1!21 budget.
Not good ror carrier
World one jrar. Iteguhir
1m. I snvo 2.7'i
World one jenr. Itegular Prlco
1st. I save 7. c(s..
WILSON WILL NOT
His Message to lie Read
to Senate and House
MEETS A COMMITTEE
Fails to Shake Hands With
Lodge and Others In Blue
USES 'THIRD LEG' WALKING
President's Voice "Hollow and
Low" Says One Visitor;
Iljr The Anni-iatd l'rvaa.
WASHINGTON. Dec. :. Unless
Piesldiint Wilson changes his plans
at tho last moment hu will not n-l-
Ircss congress purronnlly tomorrow
but will send a iiicsigu III written
form. It will bn read to house and
senate sitting In separate session as
vsns done with thu president's mea.
sage last December and as was the
custom until Mr Wilson begnu thu
habit of nddrrsilng congress per
Thu president did not nuiKu
known his Intention to a Joint com-
mitten of the senate nnd hoiisa
which railed today at the whllo
houso to formally notify him Hint
congress wns In M-sslon hilt mem
bers of tho delegation left with tho
Impression thai he would not np-
pear before rnngrep In person i n
nrt sldent's statement to the commit-
tee was Hint he would "communicate
with" congiess timioirow
lMce to I'uce Willi Lodge.
Mr. Wilson received his von-
eremduiinl vlsltois In thu blue loom.
Senator Uidgu of MoBs.iohiiseltH thn
republican leader In thu senate was
th.. uiinlii-Hinnii. and he and tho
president thus mot fnen to faro for
the first time slnco thn league of
lliitlons covenant and tho pearo
. ... .lfA....l l. Mil. antlHle
ireuy no-i .
under Senator Lidgo'n leadership
The president did lint shako hands
with his vbdlors. They were ushered
Into the blue room bv whllo houso
allemliitils nnd then Mr. Wilson ap
pealed from an nd'olnlng room Ho
used n cane. On entering thu door
he smiled and pointing to his cane
lias lo U-e "Thlnl L g.
"You see gentlemen I cannot yet
dlapenso with my third leg"
The committee was at tho white
Tbilisi- only a few minutes and thn
prisldent remained stnudlng during
the Interview. Some of thu vlsllors
raid that In milking his lett leg evi-
denced his affliction and that ho
kept Ills left hand up across his
Ilesldes Mr. Lnlge the white
house cnllers wc-ru Senator Under-
wood of Alabama tint democratic
sennto leader and Itepresdntntlvo
Motulell tho lopiibllcan houso
b-'ader Chairman l-'ordney ot tho
houso wayit nnd means com mitten
and former Speaker Champ Clark.
Some of them nald thn president still
gave visible evidence of his long Ill-
ness but that considering the char-
acter and duration of his HlcknesM
hn appeared In unusually good con-
dition. coriH on Volco Dirfer.
He was described as having put on
much weight There was a differ-eni-u
of opinion ns to the presi-
dent's voice. One of the rallers de-
scribed It as "hollow and low" and
said thnt It was with difficulty that
ho heard what the president had to
ny while others sild that whllo not
as robust as befoie his Illness Mr.
Wllron'n voice was good and that thu
executive spoke clearly wl'h only n
slight difficulty In enunciation.
Washington haH been allvo tho
hkIch with nosltlve In
formation that tho president would
personally go before congress to-
I morrow tnklng the oppoi tunlty lo
I appear In public for the flrat time
since- he icturned "a very sb-k mun"
from bin league of nation's npenking
'trip In September 1913.
I Some of the (.resident's friends
weio strongly of the view that ho
would do well to tnko the eippor-
tunltv to mako his last annual iiii-
liiiiinbatlnn to rclngies.s thn oc. anion
1 r... . iii-.iinniln aiiiieiiralii'e In poison.
reve'sllng his notual phyysleal nnd
mental condition to congress und
ilio countt y. nfter H months of
..nrllnl lllIOII lllirlllg WllU'll lid
! has been s-em by few
Oilier Counsel PmiilN.
President Wilson. It was said wns
leomewhat In l.ned to tako tho op-
' .. ...... I. ..n....n l...t
poriuniiy m uppom m i"'i-ni uu
other counsel prevailed. It was
urged upon the pioalilont that no
r-al oenislon e x.su-d for making a
personal Journey to thn enpltol and
i thai he- ought not to possibly en-
danger his progress towanl health
ov thn fatlguu and strain that suth
uni nppeaiall'o would entail.
1 -l-lif.r. Im ti.alittit. Ir tir.iuntit tlm
1 nresblutit from changing his mind
! before noon tomorrow but the
i probability Is hr; will not go Ills
I message has burn completed and hn
lis re-ady for transmission by ines-
aeugor There haH been no Informa-
tion us to lis contents but thole
hive been various reports that In
It the president elisciiHseH taxation
.the agricultural situation and many
UT.IVI W A 1... ....
I I'unrral Ulrtctora I0 H. lliuld.'r Phnnea
i w. iu.A.vuv Aiuuuianca aeirvicc -AdVt
IS P AGIOS
OF CONGRESS SESSION
sr.( ? '
Danger by Rain
SVNTA ltoSA. Dec f A meet
Ing of thn county Jury has been
called for to-iioirnw to consider
llin voting of line bills charging
murder ngnliisl (it-orgu lloyd
iill.is (leoige ilnrron and Tereinn
lilts and Utilities Volnnto ns n
result of the shooting nnd killing
Here- yeste-tday of Sheilff .lames
A. Petrny of Sonoma county and
Dcie-cilvcit .Mlb'n M. Jackson and
Lister II Doiiiiiiii on the Salt
l-'ramisco police ilepnrlinenl.
Late today lloyd was still on no
ambulance eot In a county Jill
cell sellously u minded by a bullet
from Jackson's gun Tin eats of
mob violence prevents lib being
Iskeu to a honpltal in-eonllng In
Sheriff J M. Iloyei- who was
mimed In i-euieeed I'elray. A
steady lain began fatting this fte-r-lioon
and nhlod In ii'i-litlug a
lepellllon of last night's scene In
which n crowd or rour or Hvo
thousand people mi uiiin.led tho
Jail ami attempts were made to
storm thn cells of the prisoners
lloyd who rnnfcHHod lo firing thu
shots which killed all three of-
fleeiH mi en Id lo be Improving.
Thu iIIhIiIoI alloiliey said (hat as
the-ie Is cWdc-nco that thu gun
used by lloyd belonged lo l-'lltn
and thn shells were purehnred by
Volniito all could be charged wit n
minder. Dorothy Qillulnn of San
Urniiclsco said to he a companion
or Volatile was arrested with the
otheiN and la being held nualllng
Bootlegging Charge Up
held After 5-Year Fight
to Supreme Court.
AN OLD BOOZE CHARGE
Case Recalls Days of Indian
Torritory When Keystone
Trail "Flowed Liquor."
Spneliil to the World
WASHINGTON Doo. A. Tho
United Solute supreme court lodiet'
denied the writ or certiorari nsked
by It. I Ammerman J O. Amiliei-
man Waller Sharp ami T. U Sal-
mon who sought to have thu high
court review Ihe evidence by which
the defelldlnilH weic. convicted In till!
western ills' irt e-oirt of Oklihoma
of conspiracy to ship whisky Into
the counties of Tulrci Okmulgee
Creek and .Muskogee Oklahoma u
portion of Ihn old Indian Territory.
Amiuc-muiliM lined J2(M(I Uncli
The two Ammei mans by the n-
riisnl or the Biipiemi- court to Inter-
vene must si-ivn two years In thu
fe-ilrnl prison nnd must each pay if
Hue or U'000 Sharp nml Salmon
must pay fines of flvu humlrejd each
und serve six mouths In thu I.ognil
county J ill at Oulhrle.
Thn men worn Indicted on acharga
of having cousliire-d In Pawnee
county to ship Intoxicating liquor
from Jopllu Mo across thn lino Into
Keystone Piiwnuo county from
whe-ucu It was is-nt to Creek Ok-mulge-e
Tulsa and Muskogee coun-
ties. The offenses aro alleged to
havo continued from January I
191 r. to Mai cli 1 1917. A list of
neai ly a hundred fictitious niiiiie-s
under which tho liquor was reet-lvecl
was contained In thu record pre-
sented lo the wipromn court.
liilnc Wns lllg.
II wns urserted that tho biininess
grew im large that largo draris we-ie
constantly going to Jopllu to pay
ror the liquor.
Tho men worn convicted April 2fi
1919. and given sentences In the)
western district ot Oklahoma and
thin couit's decree) wuit upheld by
the circuit court of appeals of Ilio
In nulling the wilt of reirilflcntlou
the defi-udanlM miido thu plea thai
thu old law rorblddlng the taking of
Intoxicating liquors into the Indian
terillory was suspended by (be let
admitting Oklahoma as a statu and
Hint they weiu leully convicted un-
der nil obsolete law. Thu defend-
ants also sought to show that M. I
Witte. the ptoHei iillng wllm-m was
h I. Ammermni.. SIIK South
Wheeling avenue when notified by
The Wen Id Monday night of the de-
cision of the supreme court not to
review the e-nsn wherein ho waH a
r-!jNTl.vt;i;l eN I'AUK PI IT HUN'
!.'( Iilet of I'olbs- Huffers llcla)
J lit I HnlllcN; Condition Is Weak
.May Not l.lvei Over 21 lloui-s.
Charles Allen former TuUu
chief or police who was Injured In
nn inilo accident on tho night of
November 11 was reported to bti
dying ut thu TuLsa hospital hint
night. Allen has been unconscious
nlnto tho night of thu accident but
attending physicians expressed the
nniiei mat no wuuiu vvc-niunuy 10-
covcr. Ye-Mtcrelay morning thu ex-ehlef
bec.uno suddenly worse und it ves
thought that hu would not live 30
minutes hut he milled nml .m re
reported to bo resting somevuiut e m
lor but lu a much worru condition
than at any time slii'-o the ac Ide-nt
IIoHpltal altendairs reported last
night that It Is not believed Allen
will live another 21 bout v.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
FLOOD OF BILLS
OFFERED JN HOUSE
Kopenl of War Laws and
.Relief for Farmers
Awd by Many.
BIG FINANCE PROGRAM
Leaders Plan to Shove Ap-
propriations Through Re-
A TURN-DOWN FOR WILSON
Important ApvointmcntH to
He Held Up and .lobs Killed
h New Administration.
WAHIIINCTON Dec. o.Congrfnn
reconvened (odsy with tho customary
brief and routine opening sessions
which weio attended by grsat
crowd and marked by an address
In tho senate by President-elect
Harding as a tinlquo and historic
feature Senator Harding took his
neat answered his name when tho
sennto roll was culled and tnado a
brief address front tho roilrum.
other fin tu res of Iho opening of
the I bird and final aetsioti of tho sixty-sixth
congress were receipt of an-
nual appropriation estimates aggre-
gating M !;! 000 000 and Introduc-
tion In thn houso of an unusual vol-
ume of now bills anil resolutions.
Senator held up their bllla until
tomorrow In accordance! with tho
custom or limiting tho first day to
formal oonvei nation.
The principal boalness of today's
session wan to arrange for receipt to-
morrow of President Wilson's open-
ing niesiMigc. A Joint committed
called upon tho president at thn
white hoiiau and lllg president told
thorn ho would havo "a communlcia-
Iloth Sessions llrlef.
Tho senato was in session 25 min-
utes and tho houso Just twlco as
long. Now members clocted laat No-
vember to fill vncaiicli-H were sworn
hi and adjournment taken Until noon
tomoirow when both bodies plan
after receiving the president'!) mea-
sage to proceed to work.
As usual the aonato session pro-
ceeded ulih dlgnlric'd calm and thu
houso with boisterous confusion.
UalleiioH of both bodies wcro
Jammed and thounuuds of persona
stood lu thu halls. About thu e-apl-tol
conferences of party It-adori wcro
Thn program tor tomorrow's In-
nugurntliin ot actual work called for
dubato In tho collate on thn bill for
federal regulation ot thu meat In-
dustry and for tho launching ot Im-
migration restriction legislation In
tho house Tho house Immigration
committee bill prohibiting Immigra-
tion for two i(eura waa reported out
today and tho rule committee to-
morrow will consider a rule for Its
ImmeillatQ consldvmtlon Under
limitation of debate.
Abovo 1150 New Hills.
Morn than 3S0 new bits and reso-
lutions werp Introduced in tho houso
today. Thn new measures dealt with
almost every conceivable subject In-
eluding proposals ror ropeul or war
laws ror appropriations of millions
of dollais for n myriad of purposes
pensions and many measures for far.
Comiiiltlei-M of both hennln and
house arc to begin work Immediately
'on tho measures left on their calen-
dars from preceding sesaloiiM and on
thn new grist. Calls for numeroua
committee meetings this week wero
Issued by chairmen today but lead-
cm raid that tho regular appropria-
tion bills would have thn right of
way. They added that It was hoped
to pass alt of tho appropriation bllla
before March 4 but that consider-
able ol her legislation would be
"s'liieezed III." It also was said that
there probably would bo a short boll
dsy ice-ess ahout December 22 over
New Vear's day and Hint the prin-
cipal work of tho session would come
after the holidays.
To lte-vlvo Probes.
Arrangements also wcro mado to-
day for resumption ot numerous
cnngii-Hslonal Investigations bus-
peniled In part or wholly during thu
Among early committee meetings
called was a session of the senate
loreign relations committee ror next
Wednesday to tnko up a eonven-
tlon with Canada dealing with mili-
tary deserters and other unfinished
business It was Indicated that no
treaties excupt thn Columbian trea'v
now on thn senate calendar would
receive early consideration
Hundreds nt lioinlnaMonH. Inrlud
CON NI ' K l ON l-Allt. KU-TBK.V
New York Life
Farmer & Duran
HP I. 'HAL ACJUNTS
203 Palace Illelg. 1'liouo 131
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