The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 266, Ed. 1, Friday, June 24, 1921 Page: 1 of 16
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OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER
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VOL. XV NO. 2(3(5.
I'LSA OKLAHOMA FRIDAY JUNK 21 l!2t
J 6 PAGES
PRICE 5 CENTS
IN 0. SCARCEST
Increase in Decade Is Far
Above Thai of Other
Classes in Ts'ation
WHITES SLOWING UP
-US Statistics Show a
TiiminUhin..- Pn- rnl
Dllllini.slllllg Per tCllt
01 PoiUliat Oil
uronnro ADC rvniinuin
NEGROES ARE EXPANDING
I.C...Ilg Soilth for North aild !
... ... .. !
Wct; Indians on Decrease
States the Report
MlIr.TO.V. Juno 23. Tlio r.i-
i poult inn of the population
t nit. il .tatcn In 1020. aa an-
1 tonlRht by the r.-nsus hii-
s.ioWB the country to contain
. 11 white persons 1046301.1
- f-. 2IJor5 Inillana 111.02r. .la-
fi 1 . C v o Chliieao and 9.I3S
The .Tapancio rnco exc-eileil
h- the rate of growth In tlio hint
i 1 )
r.s i f all other clamieo.
.laps on Inrrv.iM-.
fficlal tsllmatefl of the In-
mi the number of Japanexo In
' nlted States particularly on
l a- Ific coast were borno out In
iiiii.il uiouiuiion which re-
d a rate of expansion of 50 per
ur"lh Zl .
during the period of 1910-.U.
rnla absorbed 30500 of tho to-
riiclal tabulation which re
( rnla absorbed 30500 of tho to-
ia!B wth of 3SS6S Japancso In the j
f ;d States. January 1 1920 !
tl .'p were 71.052 Japanese In Call-
firn ! The remainder of the In-
i-c was distributed largely In the '.-u" u"" HIM ' com"
t r f WashuiKton whero 1V.ISS
r. v make their homes. iflPMRV TH HFP
Whllo (iit.wtl. lw ULINDI IUULUIUL
T-p while nnnnlatlnn showed onlv l
FATE OF ADMIRAL
i.pj s ' per cent and 13.8 per cent j
respe lively The prowth In theXT T
irTArSr .hT'i'i'revs N"vil1 Secretary Looks
.! tie. which was 3 per cent. Over Statement That
Th.i decline the statement said wai QimB fivnc Him
iIjp pr.m-lpnlly to tlio marked re-1 OlIllS U1CS 111111 j
1j " n In Immigration durinc the
w 1 war An estimate bn-ed or.
i' of births over deaths and
'V ex'-esx of immigration over
- i.-a i n showed a difference by
-r a small traction of 1 per cent
! n i'r tc.ial whitis enumeratid.
Minn IIOHS HlgSI-M IUIlll.
T' e greatest numerical Increase In
"ir whi'e population was shown In
' i- north entral dll.xion em-j
! k the states of Ohio. Indiana.
I ns .Mi'hlRan and 'Wisconsin.
T middle Atlantic italM division I
'1 i growth f..r the decade of 2.-
S In the south Atlantic nnd
" i" I went south
II h ll .a EiTl.ilt.-Arl
T'i rat.- of lncieasi In tho nepro
" wa.i the loweBt nn ifcord
it'iB lo the .statement.
i Ipnce -f Oip inimltrratlon of
fro tn the north and west was
1 in the fiKiins showing nearly i
f-iurtbs nf tile Increase In the
population or 172.11s of the!
nam In them sections. A i
'i of only 16232 or about nn"-
i i was reported for the south
Hip fait that S.i per cent of
".1 negro race Is still below
Mi-..n-Ilxnn line. The percent-
' re.ie of nncroes In the West
. 1 In ih" north 13.3 per cent
i he .--nu-h I 0 per lent.
.Mlchlcaii In a-m.
' l ishii. with frO.fl.R2 nrijroes. led
's in per.entnKe of lnrreaso
. 1 pei cent Illinois and Ohio
.-sc of H7 i per cent.
" -Urtner evllletiee or llie I
ward movement of negroes.
-.'viola's negro population
r-ii-'d for 46.7 per cont Us
now exciedlng In num-
"f Mirylnnd nnd Kentuehv.
s in the Indian race In
-' I 'i ye.ir period wan probably
I in It was said to the enum-a-
Indians In 1910 and as
'i 1910 of persons having on-
' ' truces of Indian Mood
total decrease In the Indian
- -' J 4 bv far the greater
- '6. was In o'rtlahnma alone.
pr;no"unced Increase wab
' I i t North Carolina-- from
11.S24. Other states where
-.'e-irre.l were Louisiana.
Motitatiu Arizona and Call-
Tn't be without tho new?
from home while on your
varition. Tho World will
mailed to you every
'lay for 20c per week. Call
Osnge G000 Circulation
Full Fledged "Bunco Man"
This "Indian Chief" Played
Many Roles Before Capture
III dO Okl.i Juno 2.1 - S.mka-
ntam n half blood (J.iKO Iiuliiin
oincrwise known as C. n. fhle f
Irnincr and by half n doreti other
mimes found guilty hero Into
In I tilled State dint t let court
of imporonatlng an axon! nf the
"!'"" "lines department of the In-'
l-rlor. nn.l i.f dcrraudlng resident- nf Ing once convict !i-6(t at the pcnlteti-
" 'fal i.outhwcsten elites of thoit-itlary at MrAlester. okl.... ami (i.ih
.'inds of dollars He will he sen- : served a term testtmnn xl.ow.-l. at
'.fi'""'1 0.m"n"ow b' Inderal Juilite' tlio Monlnni al.tr petilunllary for
.. . 1V uy ''lt'r' Judge
Sankninanv. who Elves his homo n
Hominy Okla.. was arrested nr
cJ''r- April bv Special'
Agent Hmllpy nf thr department of
ju.itlcf-. after agents Ii.nl followed hlfl
lrn" 'orri?.n1onhT '
. I'hiji-il .Many Itnlt-s
Nnnknt.wmv im.ml rtu in I fi.ll..
: ... .... ..i.ii. in in in i. i iii'i iui
phllanthioplst. a lrRlxlator. a i.Uh. To Catholic f.uh. rx who rontrlh-'
iilonary a feilprnl iikciU. nixl an an .mil hi-avlly to hl inimcw. fp.l-r.il.
oil tirokpr nrronlluK to UMlnmny at tmrntn Bay Tralnrr Imro.l.icpil him-'
the trial Ilin Mctlmn In. luilnl ePv B.-lf with a letter from an .irrhlil.tlion i
oral Catholic prlis. anvntu of lii-iiu Kan Antonio Texas. Tin.- letter
umii n noom iiiiiom coue.iiorx ami
mlt'ilonarlt'K anil white folk intereHi-
eil In lmllan lenllatlun It was tcml-
fleil. Aceonllnff tn ( federal offlrprf.
Trainer or r-'anknmany operated In
five southwestern stntex. In m-t
oaups takluir Huliscrlptlons to a fund
to ho used In sponf irlnR legislation
tn prevunt inter-mnirlaKe of the no-
sroes anil Indlann. He advocated
many local reforms wveral of which
are now under way. officer said.
In his operations he wnik-.l In
fort AMurth S.in Antonl-.. New Or-
leans MemphLi New York City and
numerous cities In Oklahoma.
lie admitted that In the pursuit of
. 'T " J . uit- .
; " "-1
." "" ImlH reervatlnn. asking
jiRnatun - H for reform eKi-luuon.
Tho superintendent xlcned his petl-
ton. and It was forwarded to Wash.
i.i.ei.iiem (.i ine p. uniiiri OI II1P mi.
Jtor. and It was forwarded to Wash.
'"Cn In order to Blve IiIh operations
;l i""V. . . ..
.. .... V 'J. '. "ltr.h'.
.opii-S UI ii us pennon anil succes-
'J""?. ? . i. "' 11 """"
MAKES NO STATEMENT
'Final Decision Will Re Made
Public Soon lie
WASHINOTON. June 23. Secre-
tfry Ufnby expeetn to announce to-
morrow his decision In tho case of
I - onrtn t tel1 tho ecietnry exactly
what he said In a tecent speech i
there reports of which quoted him
Unit he had been inaci.urately iiiiolod
in HccouniM oi n.s spcecn. -jnn sec-
refary promptly Instruelid 1.1m to
state in wrl'.lnir specifically as far
its tir.Hible. the inM.anee In which he
had been mls.iumed and to give as
cloely as he . niiUl a ttxt of what
he actually said. I.rrs ihnn two
hours later the adinlrnl had trans)-
mlttcd his rciiort to Secrei.ny Ilenby
and returned to a local hotel to
await the outcome.
Secretary Tienhy caref-illy studied
the admiral's reporl Ihlit afternoon
and then took it home with him forrlrr 1'5' -onstant dredging and con-
t.tudy thii evening. lia-tion and will) the statement "No
"Admiral Sims has submitted the expansion is warranted" dlsm cseil
stnlement I ankeil mm to give me" it
Mr. rjcnby rMi -.rl(j t have read it.
I ..nnnnt .liBencu anv etiii.n nf 11 fit
this time. My final derision "111 be
inuui- punuc soon pruuiuiy lomor-1
row afternoon." I
The admiral has beet ordered to I
remain In Unit city until a decision Ih
GIVE HARDING A FREE HAND
WASIII.NOTON June 2.1 Tho
set ri tary of the tic.i.surv is author-
ized with the approval .f the pr-si-ilcnt
to take wliii" .'i xi. px he may
dcern ncccssaiy toward the refund-
" " I" Vr . Vn
foreign bonds or the conversion Into
bonds of the lndeliiedii.su --f foreign
nations to this vountrv under the
terms of a bill Introduced In the
senate today by Senator Penrose
republican of Pennitylvanla. chair-
man of tho senate flnanco com-
mittee. Profiteer Action Cp to Congress
WASHINGTON June 23 Aitlon
rf the department of .Imtlce In
prosecuting war profile s and
aj-ilnst (.pen price as-oclmlon nnd
allegeil building eomblnis will he
Umiied ty tin- iimnun' "f m -ney con- I
L-ie-x is uilllpg I. a.'io priife for.
th-se pirpnrfs. Attorney Uom-ral
uaugnern su.i i.-..a
Pok rarrs onlctit at k. MtUcontUlnt
rark t-0 Arjvt
nil-Khmer nf Indian nffalrf and
Cnn;r. -small I'll. it les Carter. Much
of IiIh pmpoi it n-rnrm If Included In
th- bill now b.foie tin- ilialrtnun .if
Dip house . oiinii.iu-.- nn Indian nf-
Hail Itccn Convict. '
Tinltui haw ben Identified nn he-
the Monlnni al.tr petiluntlary for
rm nt i. ... .. .... - .
tf the Protective Afxnclnilon of
AmcrWnn Indians to whirl hp sold
membership while advocating local
anil national reform other time hi-
iminduccd himseir aH Hery T.uy-'
lor. spec a intent of the ilcnariniciit
..t .1... -i..- i
W..H proveil 11 forcerv.
Itc sold oil slock at Tuli'ia. Okla..
to several members of the Ca'hollr Kranil Jurv befoie T o'clock Thlirs-
f?onV XZ ;melP.l'oo;!n.": .t -mdy adjourned
slops" .r AV.ishlniflon D. c. un"l ' o'clock I'rlday mornluif
AilwH-uli'il Itoarillni; Si-lnstl. when n report will bn written eon-
At Mia-.vnee okla he aiUocated cernlnK Iho acllvltlfs of the Jury and
openlnit tin-Shaw nee board nn: school m .. ... .
for ln.lli.n-.. whl. h had beer .l.seon-. lr rerommendntl..ns and present-
tinned lie stayed at the home of a '''' n t1"' 'ourt probably before the
piomlnent Shawnee (Wir. Indian. noon ipeess.
Special A Kent I'lnilley. on May 2 It has been reported that mveral
afked the Ki.ind Jury at MeAlesler of the Indictments name city and
for an Indefinite warrant saying he county officials partleul.irlv with
did not know where Sankamany was. reference in alleged dereliction of
A Juror looklni; at a photoraph of duly durlni? the i Inline further In-
the Indian said: "Why I haw him at formntbm Indicates that none of the
irow.ier wnet i wax comlnK here."
I- ni ev went to Crow.ler i. ri-..ut e.l
i j wem io i rowoer arresieii
Sank.. many and brought him back
for trial. At that time. Sankamany
t-ud In .h worklnK for J M.
Smiley president of the Indian Pro-
Smiley president of the Indian Pro-'
tertv nssnrUtion at Toledo Ohio
and New York City l.' ttera to ad-
l fo.wi nt hoth nlnreu f.ll.l
"Il--"'"' '" oom piarea limed orrrtellni? nnd hla nsid.Miint. Miss
rmvF. ovr''' department of Jus-1
llr(' omcuis averren at the trial. Jury room durlnn tho ncsslons.
! Two white men C. I.. Oeaver and
CYDUDTQ APAIMOT I- e. Tutue. were nrrcntcd Thum-
LArlllA J MuM iViOl " rranl lnwil upon rnil
wutnivi ijllr. imctmcntn charslnR- tho do-
1 1'-Von""'' .pat"0'1 ""!Vr. H
. 'J. '.000 for trial b dMrlct cm.it.
Engineers Say Scheme to VZ-
Improve Arkansas Is 'lury lmVa 'l01 .l'rn "iM'r'hende.i
InomoVokl. In t-areh of the city by doputy
1 HadVlSaOlC sheriffs indlcato many havo lift
EXPENSE TOO GREAT
Find That Constant Dredging
Would Re Needed to Make
ny I). N. TIMMONS.
World Staff C.Trnponilent.
WASIIINOTON June 23. A pre-
liminary examination of tho Arkan-
sas rler In hoth Arkansas and
Oklahoma made with a view of as
ceftalnlnc the possibilities of maklnc
tuiltablo channel for heavy frelKht
'! The rpport Is unfavorahlo
in no uncertain iprmH to the pro
in - .t n maim .1... .iI....
riiKliiccis Make Itcport.
In tho report which was made
by army engineers It Is pointed nut
that from I.lttlo rtock to the mouth
of n rand river n distance of 257
miles there has been bill little work
done since l3s the engineers find
that It In Inadvisable to de. pen the
he . ase
survey of the4 river was author-
t?ed In June 1920. Several other
rivers are being surveyed with
view to Increasing their economic
Lord Curzon A I lacks
I'cacc Pact in England
I.o.NnriN June :
ed att.uk on the coxenant of thei
leaguh of nations was made In thei
hourt- of lords tonight bv l.ord Cur-
zon. necretary of stall- for foreign1
Me -le.lared .hat many ex
lirtitig inL-rrin'miial difficulties were
din- to Ihe allies having taken the
wr ing .turning in the making of
peace ami he uttered i st-ong ap-
peal for the ulniosi American co-
operation with the Hlllrs.
Tt'I. Okla.. Jun .'). Mailnoiin 11.
minimum M north and nArlhw evl ujnlt:.
rlou.l) pr-'Mia'-Maol lo T a m IT. a.ni--T
. in. nnd In 7 p. m 1.1';. Arkanaaa
rlvr !rv-l at p in . 9 i !M
"Kt.AIK.MA Tilday elnurlr. ratn In
eaai pnrMon Saturday rtnarall) fair
A ll KANSAS Prl'lay rleijity aalttrftl
ahoiiiira Siuir.loy ;-r.rally tur.
City rorainiuiur.irb. jt .Munlclal
i-tumb-r of romnifr.-s dirfit-.r.
uih i; la ti m
Tulfl IlUf.n its and Pr f y..nal W .re
una club Kennedy reitauuni. i
NAMED IN PROBE
Grand Jury Finds That
Authorities Did Not 1
Try to Halt Riot
TO REPORT ON FRIDAY
'Dereliction of Duty to R( l ie
3n.f f-un !.
aPClllll! Ul.Hgt! Ag.'llllSl
0 i.miTC mcm adc .nort-Trn
2 WHITE MEN ARE ARRESTED
S lenff's Airi'i. a S Trv nir
.-v... t. ...n
to Serve Hulk of the
dimpletlnK th hearliiK of all evl-
dence called before the Tills i county
.iccused officials were permitted by
Allr..-.r.. I ........... I ...n.
.utorncv lieniral rreellnic
before "the Jury ilurliiK
The Jury "exxlnn wax c
Thuisday. 15 wltn'LseH ha
Thuisday. 15 wlttKS-eH having been
ca b d i.efoie the lui or "'l ihelr
testimony taken. Attorney fieneral
Kalhryne Van I.euven weie In tho
i'' '' Mria to
1 (ike Over U. b. Jludgct
WASHINGTON June 33 --riener.il
harb s (j. Iiawes of I fc II and Ma-
ria' fame came to W.tshlngt'on to-
day to take c harm- of the national
I budget rtVHtcm ami immediately
things began to hnppen.
Within a few houis after his ar-
rival fieneral Dawes had held a
long conference with the president
.elected the four men lie la allowed
as assistant. criticized congress and
announced thai In- was going to
"'conscript about 30 or 40 American
huslnet-s men lo get tho budgetary
system started on a"sound basis."
(ieneral Iiawes declared he ac-
cepted the ob of budget director In
this "buslni-tis emergen! y" solely be-
cause he would hive regarded hl-
self ax a "pusillanimous 'putter" lor
the ictl of his life If he had pot.
"It Is evident." hp said "that If
this the great est t)u-.nes crisis
which our goei nnient bus ever con-
front! d. Is to be properly met. chief
irllnn-e will hne to hr placed upon
t.ome!hlng ehe than the pitiful ma-
chmeiy proidcd b law'
Sunday Violalinnn Moil
lie Ilil From Fulpitx
Kundnv observance will be dls-
cuiiiicd from two local pulplifi S1111-
Um. llcv. Meade Dutt of iho I'lmt
Christian 'hurch having announced
a a srn.nn topi.- 'The Lord's Jiav
Ii he. i.i n the ( inly Solution" and
Itci. I iV Abel of the J'lrst Metho-
dist hutch "Thr place of the Chris-
tian Sabbalh in f ni i- National Life"
Memhi. i of ihe I'ri H.iptl-t church
" 1 e . . v.r salon of thejr
opinions on the suhject at prayer
. ... . -.'i-iy mgla.
n unexpcct.!Mi9 Refugees Chased
From lent owes by
Flood of Rainwater
Three hundred negroes living In
tents in the Jurn-d dlstrirt were
forcil out of their temporary lodg-
ing places isrly Thursday night by
tin- flood waters which In somo cases
wanned away the tent. Tho refugePH
wore taken to the Honker T. Wash-
ington nchool where they wcro cared
fur during the night.
Many of the negroe had Iippii
without fuod all day tn-rauw- It had
been Impo'slble to light their nut-
door fires for cooking .purposes. They!
were provided with roffee and such
food as was available and milny Willi
I hi properly rationed. Mrs. W. II.
'Oodfiey w-.'i placed in eh.'ir;e of the
i i nn rg. m i amp
Among the iifugeitf were num-
ber of ill n grr.. - wll . h i'l l.e .-ine.
hu k In. iusp 'I loiiiinucil exposure
to tho elements
- Medium" Stales
Leader of Sect
N'i:V YOlcli. hine :1 Tin
n llM'ti 1. r i I p. will- It i ..H.
i.utnernUit InwnlloiiM .in. I a km. k-
out qui Htioiiimlre R..t Us limtr.i.
Hon out of the lminilerl.il Hie
realm of tho mlml ami tin. uplill
.u-iorilliif! to .1 r. tiiretk.ii-
reilej: of Ilrooklvn. pienent of
the Ken.-ial axt.'iiiblv of Hplil'ii.il-
winch op.-iiH a three-.l.iy ..p.
vein Inn heie toinoi i ow.
' Thomas A Kilm.n la n spn II
meiliun. of hlKh power." Mi
Slrei kenieller wi toilny !.
thouuli be ti m-v.-r put hln.m-ir
on r. . oi.I nn iiii epiiiiK ilie splr-llualli.ll.-
phllimoph. Me Ii.ik I.. . n
rbi-H- n l.j the for. pm In . ontrnl to
biar the xplrit iiikmikp."
MFII ON WANK Tfli
Af!T HIM AAP nCDT
nwi wii m UL.U i
Secretary Sends Letter
to Harding Showing
NEED BROADER POWER
- - . .
oays treasury Deiiartmont ls'f '"' "I'lainpd a maiisia.igi.ier ver
Hampered hy Lack of
WASHINGTON. Juno 23. Hroad-
er authority for the tieaeury de-
liarlmpnt is "essential" to tho ad-
ministration's plans for refunding
foiPlun loans Secretary Mellon de-
clared In a letter to President Hard-
Inir transmltllni; u draft of a hill
KrantliiK the desired -pnwerH.
The bill was fnrwardi d to Sprt-
alor Penrose of the senate finance
rominlttco and Chairman Ktmlney
j.f-llieliimSi) wayn.and means c.om-
mlttfe by President Harillni.- and
Immedl.HeJy Introdui-Pd In the sen-
ate by Senator Penrose. It would
treasi rv w i "V
ami Inlerexf .mi. L 1 ... " I
comer blanket author ty on Hi.
and Interest payments to accept for
ciKii spciiritiiM nnd lo seth- claims
not now s-ciired.
.Mr. HardliiK wrote the two rhaJr-
men that 'all the circumstances
KUKtrest the Krnnt of broad powers
to tlio secretary of the treasury lo
handle Ihlx problem In such a man-1
ncr ax nest to protect the Inlermts flllfAlio. June 23 Mrs Orlh-
of our gnvernirnt. I hope your'wi'ln lesunieil tho slaml lodav after
i-rnmltli-e and congress ' tin piesl- having ienale.1 the sordid story of
ilent'H Irtti-r continued "will find In-r "llllill love" wild Zlegler ler-
It consistent promptly to sanction mltntiug in Ins death after an orgy
such an art as that which Is xug-inf drinking. ll the details of the
gene.l In Ihe nciosed draft If the I killing ami tin. preceding event
congrer.s will promptly saiicllon such were lecounled again when Iteth
11 grant of authority 10 the neere- cross-oxa mined Mrs Orlhwein.
I. iry of the treasury he may proceed (.'mi- .legler hey.
to the prosecution of the power I '011 went lo Ml. UiiiIm in Decem-
granted to him and wu reasonably
mny expect a satisfactory handling
i.r ilm obligations due and tho clattns
'if our government which are await-
Total debts by countries as ehnwn
In the stnlement accompanying Sec-
retary Mellon's bill handed Sena-
tor Penrose were us follows:
Italy Jl. 14803 1 000.
Ilelglum 1375. 2s 147.
Itumiiiilo !3tl 1 JV..I3 I
'in -. 7 1 ft.fifiO.OOO.
IViloiPN 113. 999. lit.
Cuba. 59 0251100.
Atmcni.1 $1 1959917.
I'liiland 1 1.2'il921.
I.itvla 1112 2H.
Hungary- I LOSS 535.
1.1b' i In. 2Bunnooo.
Advances unih f the liberty Joan
Im lud'-d :
Ureal Urltnln ( 4.1 C6.3 1 3.S6S.
Italy. I.HIM3 1.000.
Ilelglum. 13 17.691566.
Si'rbla 126.1751 39.
Kumanla. J 33. 205 S 15.
Cuba I (10255011.
Obligations received on account Of
sales of surplus war hiatorlata In-
cluded I'rance 1400000000.
Serbia Croats and Slovenes 121-
978020. Cze. ho Sloviikla 120621991.
1 1 tl in an 1 1 IU.922.C7S.
Ksthonla. ( 1 2.21 3.375.
Lithuania. S 11 59491.
Iitua 12 521. RID.
Obligations h Id liy the grain cor-
Poland. 12 1353.590.
Hungary. 1 1 . fi S r g 3 5.
Obligation reelved from tho;
American r'ltrf iidinlnfstratlon In-
'ludfd Poland t'. 1 671.719.
1- Inland l.281 926.
Ai tnenla J it i 1 1 2
(V. bo Slovak!. Ji;I2ii9.
L.iti.a J 61" II 7
Itussi.i 1 1 t5 46"
Uthuunia 1 3 J 2 1 3 C .
WHEM TORRENT POURS OVER LOWLANDS
HETH ASKS DEATH r....... AZ .
AS WOMAN'S FATE
Mrs. Orlhwein Weens as
She Hears Demand of
SPLAYED SAME GAME"
lh; Says of I lor and the Lover
Sho Killed in Her 'Gold
f'IMCAOO June 23 Mrs Oora
ls.il.tlle orlhwein wept Inilay as s)u
iieiiid iio)d iieih assistant sin I.'
atiornes. demand that she pay til
dci'li penally lor the minder oi Met
l erl ZlMilei In his IosIiik iiddiesn
pi on . utoi de. line. I 1'revlously he
liail said that he would bn satisfied
dlil iiirrylng a sentence of from line
iear to llfn in the penitentiary.
The final argument nf the slate
was Iipkuii after Mrs. Oithweln had
resumed ilu wltiiess stand nl the
in. n nlm; sesrlon for
xnmlniillon at the e
fnlnleil and was carried
coin lion in. She had lul stepiiod
f i urn the witness chair after defiant-
ly nnswerlnK "I did not" to Mr.
Ilelh'x iUPsilun. 'did you kill ami
mm ill r llerb.-it Ziel.-rV" when she
suoniU'd In her (hall.
Mi. H In tho llaek
111 his address til- pioserutor de-
clined tlul Zl.k'l.'i had beui shot In
the back while slttlni; In a chair and
not as Iho defense eotilended while
nttarklnir the defendant. I lo do
dared that Mrs. Orlhwein had con
tinned her relation with Zli'Bler for
jcaiK after flhe knew lie had a wife
anil family. Hi. iI.m hired that when
a woman scorned which resulted tn
I he klllliiK.
It was i.xpecle.l that the case
would no to the Jury sometlmo Sat-
urday. MltS. OllTIIWIXV
A '-N' 'N' S'I'ANI)
Per 19.'0 jou g.ivii a
aparlmciit to .legler?
key In your
' asked Mi-Hi
as llli' flist ipipajtloii.
"Vis sir" was tlm rpply
"Thin was so he might care for
the dog Iho gold fish and Iho can-
ary " continued lletll.
"Old you give any other man a
"Whim Zlegler went to B. Louis
to see you what did hn do with tin
"llo gave It to my sl.-t'r" rnmu
Hoth then dlsmlnse.il Mr. Orlh-
wein from Ih- stand
Newspapet nn ! next testified that
III Interview with Mrs Pram Is
Hncher tho Orthweln rook and
Hate's star witness the woman had
suited positively she never heard
Mrs. Orthweln threaten Zlegler. On
the wltiiesa ft.iinl Ihe took bid esll-
fied hhe hoard 111 i cats.
Coroner Peter H Hoffman was
the slates last rthuttal wIiiiphx He
told of coiivot satlons he had hail
wtih Mrs. orthweln following the
shout in if.
At the afternoon aesslou Ms
Orlhwein wax the .entral flguie In a
(lamatlc iiiiil-clim.ix Just as prne
eutor I lot h l-egMti his arraignment to
the jury the i. i . isi d woman fnlnleil.
She fell from a chair at bar counsel
table lo tin- floor Her rollnpse was
romphte ami she had lo be carried
from the i ..art room
'11-rincil Hit 'lliiltci fly."
This dram. . tic In'-nli nt took som
of the sting ftmn llelh'a chaige to
tho Jury tje termed her a "butter
fly of ihe glided cabaret" who
thought It wax "all rich! for a man
to 'cheat' on bis wife but not on Im. '
The so ured wnmnn's counsel phi -rl'-d
her l'i an nnl'ronm. when sho
hart to be given nr-dlia! attention.
The pr utlon res'eil its cise at
2 n'rloik Us Inst wlttiexs. Coroner
Floffmm. had pi-'ned a boomerang.
Prosecutor ll'th lei the coroner
leave the wit tux ; s-iand without i ross.
sxamliiutlou after the defense had
brought out statements upholding
thulr contention that Zlegler had at
tacked .Mis. Oitn Willi just biroro nil
Ileth then lonrluijru Ills rhnrgci to
Hit riH'tlntis llurj iluiclici.
WAHHlNdTON. June llreak.
Ing their deadlock waning piohl-
billon tactions iti t)u houe toduy
di ared ' tru..- ind Hi. hoosi- Ju
'l.i'aiv ..-mii.i't. up tt'd favoi-
; iiu 1
m . 'i a f.t
' I'.M ll g
1" . I It !
.1 tl III ll
F FAMILIES FLEE
iwoiuKius nwuHen m Discover
Water Rushing Two Feet
Deep Through Houses
The Arltnnsas river went
lie l 1111111(13 1 1
..dui Kii. nwlySnKZ?
.uvc.n. s ftK 10 SnncJ 3pl.jn(;ft rnrond wcrc fIc(J.
imj: from then- homos shortly nftor inidniplit
Wntcr wns reported to he two feet deep in tunny homes
in the addition Known ns Vern No. 2 which is directly south
of Vei n station on the Snnd Sprin;B line nnd one of tho group
ol little settlements malum; im (h rrnil ." t 'i
town of Glenwood.
;GIRL MAY SOLVE
UATIT HIT C0Ciri
I r I L UI V LOOLLO
Daughter of Captain of
111 Starred Schooner
J-V'rTCiSEEKING 'SILENT SHIP'IS'11!" offl.c.n' rT!t wofc
led mm thei l'"L lL UaH 'ISIHK lit tile Hltu
Officials Hunt for Oil Rum -
May He Pirate Craft
NOItPOI.IC Vn Juno 23Two
young women may be tho means of
assisting Iho government lo a solu-
tion of Ihe deep mystery which
cloaltH tho fate of mmu than a dozen
ship which have disappeared with-
out trace. It was learned today.
The women urn Mre. Lulu M
Worinwell of Portland Me. and
Miss llarhara II llauer of lllg
Springs Texas both of whom have
already rurnlsheil the government
Willi vnlilabln clues.
l'allici- Wax Coplnln.
Mis WoiiiiweU'n father was mnH.
ter or the schooner Carol A Peer
ing which ramn ashore with all Halls
set on tlm Virginia coast on Janu
ary 30 The schooner pioved lo be
dereited but no Iimo nt tho ciew
could be round.
.Miss Wormwe (lent f ed tlm
liandw riling In a nolo Washed ashore
In a bottle on tlm Carollnn coast ax
lint of Henry Hatch a member of
tho crew of the Deerlng.
WAHHINflTON. .limn .1r!nil-n.
mrnl bureaus co-operating In effbrla
to solve t lift mystery or ships recent-
ly missing off Cape llntleras today
pinned their hopes to the probability
that a woild search now on will
establish the. Identity of a mysteri-
ous allenl nil-burning vessel whlrh
Ignored dlstresH rails whllo In the
pnlh of the disabled schoonor Carol
Kcsireli Ship Ixigs.
Ship logs everywhere are under
search for clues lo tho whereabouts
of this silent traveler. She will be
tracrd offl'lals said by a thorough
i heck aiming marine and Insurance
companies of all vessel passing off
the North Carolina coast on the iliites
IxpiI for the shlpx listed as lot
The kieper of Ihe lll.iinond Shoal
light ship made a futile rffoit to
signal the unidentified nil-burner
to go to the nl'l of Hn- Deerlng when
the schoouei' reported her anchors
lort. Hut Ihe oil-burner passed on
In the Ho rim:' i onise wIiIi.hu ren-
dering aid or lexpnpdlng lo the light-
r - .... I iill.l... n.-f.ei 11
said to have provided a drsenp-loi
ll...'u ..11 -l-lw. II..I.I.L1.. I ..
" (-(..j. . oim I. o-l ..'I 11
puiiTTtly had been painted out
Storm Cannes Play to
Re Changed hy Soci cty
bv his teaiful
Cht!xtla.u I -: i . I
'I ail. ins w bom the '
Mid' In' onveiilrni-ed
mood Thursday were '
n"i. r of t In. I'lrst i
Christian bur. h who were to ex-
emplify Ihe careful rehearsing of
several months by production of the
play. "An I in i ' lllrd." yesterday
evimng In the sorl.il hill of Iho
RflflFUFI T CCTftTt:
nuUOCVCLI COIN I L
IIILLHDAI.r. Ind June 23 - Mr.!
limmu Itich.iidson llurketl who -filed
u claim for Kl.fJlMJ ngulnst the
estate of the kite Theodore rtofHe-'
velt lo .olll-'t a note Which he i
says the former president Indoieeil.l
today told the story of the mys-!
terlous riuatii lul transaction after I
She learned the Roosevelt estate had i
denounced the signature as o fiauil.'
Mrs. llurketl cays sho met Itonsn !
velt and a man Introduced as
Choi-leu .1. 8hunson who she be-
lli veil was a former rough rider In'
a Chicago office building during
the republican nation ii eouvent Ion j
of 1912 am then I'.i.n.il the moiie
t' Sll i ll -t.ii ofl bin note bai ki'd bv
tb f .1 in.-r pi.ti-l'tii's slgnatUM
Mix llurki ti i-'out.-d euggie'loiiH
tb it sh" ti id lo ii d.ip-l by a . I. vri
.onfio.n.e man posing as tho ex-i
pi . -nl nt. 4
out of its bnnlts at several points
up the recently incorporated
Water was also reported to
he rapidly rising in low parts
of Lawnwood addition which
Olisnonlli of Hnmer station ami
in that part of the settlement
't Parle View south of Che
River Rising Rapidly.
The river nt 12 o'clock this
morning was rising more rap-
idly than it did nil (In v TIiiii-u.
i two inches an hour. Tele-
! phone connections could not
ho secured with the pump
station at the city waterworks
where a kuiiko of the river is
kept hut polteo reports Haiti
that water was coming up nt
the rate of four inches an
Messengers wore sent lo Iho
additions in tho low districts
south of Sand Springs paved
road late last night warning
the residents of the river's
rapid rise. An unfounded
report that the city dam at
Wichita had broken also was
in circulation and this caused
many families to leave their
homes who otherwise prob-
ably poultl havo ignored tho
warning that tho river was
A telephone call was received nt
police headquarters nt 2.30 this
morning from a day Jailor who lives
In nn addition ndjarent to tho V.
H Compression Inner Tuba com-
pany's factory located on tho Sand
Springs railroad at tho Intersection
nf the paved road. Ho said hn was
awakened at 2 o'clock this morning
tn find water two feet dPep In hlH
Home and stepped out of bed Into
It. He saltl families in his neigh-
borhood were fleeing.
Panillles who left their homes as
the water rose wcro being cared for
early this morning In tho homes of
neighbors who opened their doors
lo the refugees
Many carried all their clothing
ami portable household belongings
with them fearing that tho disaster
that recently struck Pueblo ("old.
would ho repeated along tho Hand
SprlngH lino nn a smaller scale.
No I Climate of Damage.
No estimate of property damago
was available last nlglll. but If the
jtlver continues to mount tho loss
. ..I l. .rn.t
rainfall In Oklahonn
and Kansas for the last several dv .
'lining at a time when the river nl
reiolv whm high from f londwatei x
oinlng down fiom Colorado. Is held
I ;.;';(;""-"'") '" "trcam raPi
Iho general rain over Oklahoma
hid not abated last night according
to lelegiaphle and telephonic i .-ports
earlv this morning. At Tulsa vvlore
It had been raining steadily since
earlv Wednesday night at 2.15 tins
mm-nlng It was still raining hard
ami showed no signs of letting up.
liarly Prtday the Wcntern I'nion
Telegraph offli e In Tulsa was ad-
vised that both the Cimarron ami
I Arkansas rivers were In floor stugn
j near Shamrock In Creek counts
Where thev unite. Long dixi.ni. .
telephone icport lo Slumroik lull
. al"d thai so far tin flood had 0"t
reached the town. Whether tin
bridge arrrve thp Clmanott wan In
d inger i ould not hn ascertained in
the past few years as many aft eight
bridges there havo been washed out
by spring floods.
The l-rlsco dispatcher offlco here
advised at 2 ii. in. today that nil of
their linos wero open with no leporti
of any track nr htldges being washed
out allhougll at ptai-rs tho tru. n
watt partly Inundated.
In Tulsui the situation was un
h.iiigrd at 2 a ni. The Arkaiv-aj
wan still rMng but tha hard mln up.
peareil ovei. the pru-ipltatlo- de-
veloping Into i Mti ad v slow lain.
I SKo'.i:K. "Ma . tune :
Th Aikni -a river has ilsee five
Lit sin la-a mgl.t and I mil
1 it;'.' u . v.'-u visa
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