The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 281, Ed. 1, Saturday, July 9, 1921 Page: 1 of 18
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RELIABILITY CHARACTER ENTERPRISE
OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NLWbl'Al'K.K
P AM.H.M1K SWORN NUT PAID
' Clltl't'LATION Jl'NI!
VOL. XV. NO. 281
OIL MEN FIGHT
FOR 25C TARIFF
Tii -t Wants .Foreign Pe-
tri ileum on Free of
f Duty List
( ntincnt Producers Find
it.irding Friendly to
U. S. NOT TO HALT ACTION
livlrprndent Operators Deny
Th.it Protection Will Hurt
'trt.eHINC.TON. Jlllv R Indr.
p. ! i oil operators today lined tip !
jf- i i.tft elltrh fight to retain thr ;
i' ways and means rommltter.
oiling the powerful Influences!
e being brought to hear to i
il finally placed on the f ree j
independents said that the
ion has only strengthened
un determination. The out
let I'tdriff event of the day was a
t . the White House bv Senator
Ila r- 1 of Oklahoma. W. .V. D.ivK
prem . -it of the Mlilr.ontlneiit 011
s.r.1 as association and Frank
ri.i i of tho Phillip Petroleum
The "iiferenee which wik sched-
ule 1 t lam 15 minutes was some-
V i of the president's rnllc rs
vroul 1 comment upon what trans-
p r d further than to fray that they
V n I tho president sympathetic
with tbe plight of th InilependentH.
He-pen- persist that President Hard-
ing mil send a meterage to congress
and e leaders Into consultation
and ttk that oil be placed on the
free "ist on the ground that a tariff
t this time would nullify the ad-
mlnls'ratlon" policy of encourage-
ment t American oil men to develop
the resources of tho world that It
would be a blow to thn national
defence and would werlously Inter-
fere with the operations of tho nhip-
plnR board. That the president
would make uch a statement tuul
Vrvloiis'.y been alluded to In these
.nlint; to Iheso reports the
pr.'slrtent would accompany such a
rtcomm' ndatlun with biipportlni;
Katetner.ts from Secretary of the
Nay Ilenhy and Chairman Iisker
of the shipping board. I.asker these
reports say will point out that the
propnwa tariff would place a serl-
eu burden on tho American mer-
chant marine Including Government
f wii us nnvate vtR.iels. anH would
Jeolnt ut thnt nl-nitt 10 r.r eent of
the gernment fleet of lO.OOO.Oort
itaA weisht tons consisted of oil
t 'nd. penitents refused to credit the
r. "iat there would bo prcslden-
t ii a 1 i xerutive department Inter-frri-n'
in the matter. They admit-
ted ti. magnlwide of the task hi-
fr.e h .wever and Isni' d a call to
it ! lspendent producers and ln-
d.f-nient refiners to come to
Wdsh njtton for n battlo of self. de-
finite 3k believed today tho oil
"hfdule will be reached In tho Ken-
tral .1-am on tho tariff bill by July
the U'h with a roto on tho scheil-
iie : lable on July 15th or 10th a
luu tiiv is expected to bo taken up
m "ie argument of this schedule
! rressnian T. A. Chandler of
Ok' i a Is marshalllm: the oil
Urif. (r .ponents and will attempt
tn I. e a. pve-. arcumcnt "f the
of free iielmlssloii of oil.
NOT A WORK OF ART
TiiKi niiltury Inv.ilnr Siih I'uhllp
lhinep 1 1 si Iti-cm siiillary If
P I Long sanitary Inspector
uh i i t v health department an-
trnun I Friday 'afternoon that the
ee oc.tr the .-.inn .-prliiK
i b 1 rnn nl'iix.1 in u uanllnrv
' 'If JJ
tho 1 ;
n Ho said when ho visited'
np Thuisday he found the
' ' of three animals that had
i-'ully burned and tho car-
' a fourth animal that had
mled to the dump only a
' 1 lie before his visit.
' 'ir carcasses wero saturated
Friday he said and vveni
"f cremation when ho left
dump cannot now be called
irv. ' Long declared. "I'ntll
bad animals were burned
wan a dla.igree.ible smell near
up. but this smell was ellm-
I'V the process of cremation.
imp does not present a sightly
those who pass along thu
.rings road but no dump
is supposed to be n work of
'we e xpee t to rlcan up that
' near the road."
T o Investigate Price
of Gasoline in Tulsa
epparent inconsistency 'n the
' Kesonne ih to oe invesii- .
harnber of commerce.
e anil economic rnmmlttec
b Fred Khaw Is ehalrman.
"ouncemcnt was mado kt the1
meeting of dlrectnii of the-1
.in her of commerce at Hotel Tul-
'tav noon hy President Alva
after a short talk on gaeo-
ps by M. J. Olans president
rf.il estatn exchange eili-is
' there Is too mii'h ellf'-r
'fitvten the prices of gas- n -si
as compared with prt es m
' rovrrniiicnt formula for apay ne
w dlunu L llirvay Nurafry - Advi.
Lost Ship Will
Monday; All Safe
VKW HK. t-i'v R Tim
Munson linxi talla- in Mf' Mm
VII rrach niirtrantino out in New
ork harbor .'it s o'clock Monday
night. July l
Word to tills rffrct reai lied Hip
Munson line nfflrials todav In the
form of i delayed radio messages
from the Ci'lao's commander
sent at noun July ii. gave the
vessel's po-pinn at thnl limp an
about I'Ou juilet north nm of Por-
The nftsti-ry that for u week
has shrouded the whereabouts of
the ship i I'll eairlis "36 pas-
scngcis .ill first i Ins mill
II 000.000 tn gold it'll remain- ti
lie chared up lull i.iK hero
wcr- i. linetl t attribute p sole-
ly to win-less trouble.
GOOD TIMES ARE
re.... r moo urtlt
opi 11114 ut win rum
aI1 Signs ?f Depression
HARVEST IS A BOON
Manufacturers Survey the
Country and Report tho
Worst of Panic Past
nv n k. TtnvN'oi.ns.
I. N C. suff rorriien'lf nl.
WASHINGTON July v Mnnti-
farturers In the 1'nlted Stntes In
the facn of protracted Industrial de-(
presslon and the mounting tldo of
unemployment are optimistic and
while they recoRnlxe tho probability
of a dull summer In moet lines
there Is a tendency to expect Im-
provement by fall and a healthy
business revival In the. spring ot
1D22 acrordlnK to reports from H5
industrial centers rnmpllcd and
made public today by tho depart-
ment of labor.
The reports Indicate that the
usual summer business slump hai
offset some of thn Improvement
which was evident In May and that
retail sales hhow that the public ii
still waiting for lower prices.
The fundamental causci. of the
present business depression. of
which unemployment Is one of the
most alarming phases are cited bv
the t'nlted States emnlnvment serv-
b o of the department of labor as I
I nsatlsfnctorv conditions of trans-
portation with freight rates in many
Instances lonsldered almost pro-
hibitive. Irfick of a normal foreign market.
Present low statue of farm prod-
ucts. Stagnation In Iron and steel.
High cost of construction
firm ml dullness of the retail
Karly wheat harvest In the grain
stales of the middle west has re.
Ileved unemployment somewhat but
manufacturing. It Is reported hai
decreased In the mining states.
On the Parlflo coast drastic price-
cutting hss been used to stimulate
buying atjd elecllnlng construction
costs have accelerated home build
ing although the department stales
that an "almost nation-wide housing
shortago still persists."
BOND ACTION TUESDAY
I'ru-eni Itc-wiliiilon in Cltv for Pur-1
rha.i- of Spat limit Surte-j I'aiM-r;
Sninili'ii'ii on Winer llcianl.
A resolution nrovldiiiK that the
125000 In Spavfnaw survev bonels
le puiehiise'd with ni'inev from the
Iiv'q ulnkini? rnoil w .is lire's' tiled to
Hie maveir and city commissioners .
at ihelr regular meeting Krblav. " riiggeKted a night -cession but Mar-
was referred to Cltv Treasurer 13 nn ofJ"cted on the grounds that
10. Short for a report on Ihe avail- Mm-sii of his client. Judgo Colo
able ImUii. In the sinking fund. diddle- wollbl be unable to tvlth-
nd to City Attorney Prank B Dun -
can as to the legality of such a pur-
With the appointment of II. L.
Stnfjdevon n.- a rnrmlier of the non-
partisan water commission and tho
anticipated pun hase of the Spavl-
n.iw survey bonds the city is pre-
pnrlng to start the Spavlnaw projei't
without unnecessary loss of lime.
Shtrt and Duncan arn to report at
the cViupilsslon meeting next Tues-
day when It Is probable the reso.
lutlon will be passed. The Sjtavinaw
survey Is to bo started Immr'dl.itcly
The $25000 worth of bonds were
brought hack from Oklahoma City
properly slgn-d bv the attorney gen-e-ral.
by the city attorney and Water
Commissioner C. S. Younknun
Thurnl.iv evening Tln reported tho
remaining J'.'i 0fo In ewer water-
works improve ment and filtration
plant bomb were to have been signed
by the attorney general Frlelay
morning' and that the e Ily engineer
will go in Oklahoma City for them
Frosted While at
Work in Bio Ice Plant
1'ITTSnNltOII. July S. Patrick
inrirnh Ih suffering severely from
frostbitten feet hero today. He
woiks In an Ico plant. After do.
' me some work in the freezing room
I t hi' d vvn on f'nir snekx and f II
ih " ! and nearly froze to ilia'h.
Tn- 'a'' "'-i' he- wore a heavy over-
i cat ih ai 'hat saved bis life The
i e. moura'-j " ' ' he " wlvere he
si-ot was .1 bc"is zero. Ho worn
WORDS OF DYING
(Court Reverses Ruling in
Devcreux Case Under
I from the Illinium s.nloly went '-s-rMolnnn
-r-air-n r-r a si r ! Icrda ifi ei nn'iii. The illtle fellow
D CKSON TAKES STAND ""i" t "k" "
ulunuuM mlLU then were d H' lit.. shadows be
Called by Defense to Prove
Victim Fatally Injured by
G0LDIE IS ILL IN COURT
Recess Taken and Night Ses-
sion Called off Hccause
of Her Condition
I The defense 111 the trial nf Ooldle
I Cordon and Mrs. Myrln James lf-
styled nurses charged with miir-
I Jerlng Judge Meveteux scored heav-
! Ily Prlday afternoon In i session
fri quently Interrupted by the lllneiw
I ot the fiordon girl.
-IucIkc's Slnti-nii-iil Admllti'it.
The victory for the defene which
I was generally regarded n.i a dam-
aging blow to the state came when
I Jinlge ltedmnnd S. Colo reversed a
former deelslnti and admitted Into
the ivldence a purported c Olivers -
Hon brtw-en thn Judge and A. P.
iJbkson in which the Judge Is said
to have mid how he received his In-
jury. Dickson testified that he asked
the Jiidce how he got hurt.
"I fell off the bed and struck the
radiator with my head" thn JiicIro
replied according to Dickson.
Jiidgo Cole had prevlounly refused
to admit this hit of evidence but
when other evidence was Introduced
by the definse. the Judgn held that
the conversation constituted a
part of the res gestae and an such
was admls-cable. State attorneys ad-
mitted that tho evldenco wait dam-
aging to their case.
Night Sesf-lon Called Off.
fioldlci's llliie-n frequently Inter-
runted the afternoon Hefslnn and fi
nally caused a halting of tho trial
until 9 o'clock Saturday morning.
Pieparallons had been made for a
nlpht se.islon Prlday so that tho dr.
fii!.-! could eoncludn its testimony
but tho illness of the artist's model
tnaCo It Impomlble.
AI! day long Uoldlo had paid little
attrition to the trial and her appar-
ent disinterestedness was more
prono.inced when court reconvened
after noon. Her eyes were heavy
her cheeks flushed bho sat
like one in a trance.
While the third defenpe wllnesi
was taking tho stand noldh- isudden-
ly left her sent and started for Hie
door followed by tho bailiff. Ho
returned a few minutes later to an-
nounce that the girl had lioen sud
denly taken sick at tho stomach. A-
physician was called and about a
half hour later sho returned.
She Hllrlls Swnrulliy. 1
The trial was resumed but three.
quarter" of .in hour later (ioldiej
again left the courtroom and thlsi
time she was abnnt for two hours i
When she returned sno nan cnang-
ed her clothing and her face clearly
denoted that she was not herself.
J.Usterlesi eyes .end a heavy pallor
on her fare brought forth comments
of pity from a crowd which hither-
to had been almivit wholly agalnut
Ies:i than a half hour after court
had been convened during the ex-
imlnatlnn of Dickson she again left
hr S"S( and slowly left thn court-
fioldsberry. assistant county
attorney leaned across
'table and suggested
n tt. Martin rnunl for tho de-
fenj.. who nimi'.ire.i in coun ni
et rir-i i nie l-r day morning kiu' c
ehr. laklnir of evidence began asked
ffr n nostnonement because of the
.ali a night :-sslon ami an all-day
trial Saturday. Court wis adjourn
I'd until D o'cloek Saturday mom
I n tr
(loldlo was escorted to the hop..
tal section of tho county Jail and ft'
phmlcian called. At 6 o'clock sho
It IS oeucvco inai nil" v-iii
in go ahead with the trt-jl Saturday
During tho morning hours no tes-
timony was taken. Tho e-npro f"S-
slon was consumed by tho dffeno
i attorney In several att.n ks against
i the state's case in forms of molloHS
i m irike out certain parts of tho evl-
d. nce He nLso asked for an In -
'Htrm fed ve rdict but lost In oach In -
'Htaiirr. i aired 30 a steiiograplier The mall! to put ei tarlfr on colton anci nines.
1 Martin He-srlns Attnck. Is hor husband. Delwsrd C. Vnughn I and are enlisting the support nf
Martin s first attack launched employed as a book agent but said goulhe in and western republicans
against the statu was a motion to to have a reputation s a gtmbler Hepreseniatlve Honsman of Okla-
ui.ii. elm i..ilmonv of Mrs. Ii H. I The ilnuhle inureb'r U the out' oin'f tnn Iuih called a meeting of 35 or
ThomriM which was read Int'i the
lecord after it b ird fight Thursday
by stnte'a counsel. .Mrs i nomas
ono nf the pro'Miillon's star wit -
nessoH was absent from thn Mate
and r.iunfi'l had asked to read her
testimony given at tho preliminary
hearing. Defense! c ounsel vigor -
ously objected but the statu won
Filday morning Martin reopened
hours In an attempt
tO have! thei
testimony stricken. In supporting
his claim Martin himself took thil
stand also placing his asdstatit W
H Foreman on 'he stand .mo
I' rank W fe. dep.' fh- off
After I si'ig tins point .Mirtin lm-
e. jNTIM KI) N P.viv; rii
STAM-KY JS H'Cl'SK
funeral dlrciura ttO H. Ilouttlar rheinaa
O. It:: 1191). AinbuUCi irvlc Aart.
TULSA. OKLAHOMA. SATURDAY. JULY II. lOHI
World's Milk and Ice Fund
Will Save Lives of Tulsa
Babies Battling With Heat
A ba.' b. p.iwdM trt iars
old p.ijcl .ibiiit on tbe floi.i of
thn 1 1 1 ( . linns" to whi'b W"rk'.i
neath bis wild n'. and the little
body wiiMD I as plump as It ought t"
be. Hut be wai happy and plm ldlv
cMitent as hn amil'ed himself aftor
the way of his kind
"Von ollnhi f hale seen him !'
foro If you think he doesn't look
well now" s.ild one of the workers.
"Vou cnti't tlmaglns thn ihunuu In
This Is ono of The World's nlllk
and Ico fund babies. Ills father l
In thn hospital for Iho insane the
mother has nut been trong since
the romlng of twin babies belli of
whom died a few mouths ucc She
took her hands nut nf oapiui to
(treet her cullers: she takes In wash-
ings whenever she tan eel them !'
eko out her slender ln mim for"th"
support of her baby and hetsnlf.
Milk for the baby boy and b e wllh
which to keep It nr- supplied with
money from Tho World milk and Ice
There are uthei babies In T uls.i
Just llkn this one -babies with Just
as much rlKln to n fair chani'ii of
living and happiness us jmir own
baby but who hale through u trick
of I fate not had a s'lu.ire deal.
Through no fault of theirs thev cry
for food that Illtle bodies need but
Ms denied them Illtle bodies Unit are
iptirully thin for ln.'k of that food
.These gasplnglv hot iitterii"ons
'when other more favored juiingsierH
I of Tulsa are petted and caied for
and shielded insofar as Is possible
from the hi at. thco Utile kids wall
out a helpless protect against an un
kind evlsi'ti'e tint does ii .t
In Its regime null: and be
and a I
cool place to plav and sleep it In
to make good tint dcfti-lem-v that
TO KILL RETOLD!
Maid of Mrs. Kaber
Valuable Witness for
Ily MIMHIKD MullllIP.
I N H Hu.tt Cerreieend'-iit.
Ohio July S. Moro testimony to
tighten tKn chain of evldenco
drawing Mrs. Katherlne Hv.-t Ka-
ber closer to thn shadow of tho
electrlo chair was Introduced by
tho state today in the trial of tho
woman churged with plotting the
murder of her husband Daniel
Kaber wealthy Cleveland pub-
Tne testimony was given by
Miss Kinma Wngner. formerly ii
maid In I lie Kaber household.
"Mrs. Kaber told iirn ln-i hus-
band was le-irlbl" to her and when
1 .itikoil why Kile didn't get ft in-
voice she- said: "Vou don t think
I want tu Iubh all his money do
Then she said: "There's a way
I can fix It without losing any of
Statements of the maid and
Miss Clirystal Homier a nuise
strengthened the state's rh.il go
that tho ace-used woman attempt-
ed to poison Mir husband beforo
she hired Italian assassins to mur-
der h'ni and that she had
sprlnkletl arsenic on food and
candy fed Kaber a b-d-i Iddi'ii in-
valid for three months before his
According to the mild Mrs.
Kaber and h-r husband bad fr.-
eplc-lil e)UU"i'- ' 'ne'e she testi-
fied she be aid Mi' Kab'-i say to
"If the-n- is aCJoiI h" will make
you suffei before ymi die. '
Cl ni lCV PAjjqr
OF DUAL TRAGEDYj
InVClgling UO 1 11 to HlS(
Room. Gambler Shoots i
OAKI-AND Cal. July S -Man
and wife both living ifi adjoining!
rooms under different names at HI
local hotel are dead today the vic-
tims of bullets fired by eai h at 'ho
1 The woman Is Mrs Dtlicl Vaughn
i of Vaughns cemstant hounding oil
his wife who s n beautiful woman.
oi it wchiiii fmu. ........... n.
1 tho belief of police inspectors who
i Investigated the double shooting.
vvhlc h happeneel at II 1-. o'. lock
last night. It Is believed aughn
1 Induced his wife to cine Into his
room that a quarrel followed and
Vaughn suddenly drew his revolver
I thf-tl lie Iire'I IW ie -' lllil"ilKil e'.ieiej
WOUncieu .virs. vhiikoii en cm-oo.-u cti
have sue '""led in wrestling me gun
from her husband band shooting
bun In the- ha l of lb- head and
i i i' .Irojiii. 1 h i: 'in ol.
I. ir f . i nti'l f 1 ' ' i 1 '"' d p
p'r g I- ad n m 1 a' - y .if' e be r ar
r.c il Ibe e-
ejicntr at t 11 10
C 'he Keel
The Wold's milk and
l'-e fiiti'l Ih
Inai'il nut d
' I .un imt wasting- my life In
rlptuiis ll lug." wrotn J M. Pope to i
H?.aiiVln?ln" b'LTir!" m1 Vt?
present lime therufnie I em lime
heirwlth my ehei k for IS SO to feed
some poor suffering Child wniie u
laws With best wishes I am
ours slucreely ."
The fund renehed II7!:H vesler
da wllh $305.75 reported previous
ly i ontrlbutnra Friday follow
W. n. Winn I von
Dr A. P I 00
No Name 5
SlHndant Water Co III. 00
Mrs w C. Maker 1. 00
John Stotls Mil l ri- 5.00
Noima .Isne and Stanly Ar-
nold llloek 2 00
Joe M Connlcei 1.00
A I'riend 2 00
No Name fi.On
A. I-'. Truev 5.00
Hoinnnu and Tom Clote .... li.OO
J. II. I'eemster Jr 5 00
A. I Walters Dentist 10. (10
Mrs. r Myeri 15.00
J. II. tt'dt 2.00
Urai'c M D.ivls 10. 00
IC. and II. Swyny 5.00
Independent Torpedo Co. . . 10.00
Assf.cliited Tin Co 10.00
Z. (1. Waters llegga 2.00
Dlgii M. O'llrlcn 5.00
Krleuil 1 00
Krlend . . . 2 00
No Nil me . . . .. 2 00
Marie Louise Abbott fi.ou
A IVIetiil f. 00
P. II. Pull Hi On
(5. II. llagby 5.00
A Kt lend 100
Mrs. .1. Hough finest 10 no
Mrs J P. Kernandey 1. 00
J- M. Pope Druinrlght 2 50
1 T"lal to date . $47!.25
American Diplomats Arc
'Invited' to Take Part
nv nnonni: n. holmcs
I N H. SUtf rorrni-emlonl
WASHINHTON. July S. Homo of
the fog of uncertainty that has hung
over America's actual relnllonshlp
to Ibc AliL-lii-Jaonnese Irenlv necn-
official admission was matin In
London that them have not been
any formal exchanges between the
t'nlled States and (Irent llrltaln re-
garding the treaty renewal and that
only "Informal convi'isallnns have
With Ibis olnrlfvlng development
today. II was learned Dial In these
sanie "iiifiirninl convei satlons Ureal
llrltaln his also put forth "feelers'
to determine the American attllude
on a trlparto understanding between
herself Japan and Ihe I'ldted States
The suggestion has Informally and
delicately be en advanced It was Slid
lodv flint fir. fit Itrlf.'itti mlrhf find
It Inexpiille-iit to renew the Anglo-
Japaneso alllanco If she could be
nssured beforehaiul that tho United
Rt filed Is In a mood to consider
some) sort of an understanding.
litrlppi'd of lis diplomatic verbiage
and niceties of expression this Is In-
terpieted In Washington as me-snlng
Oreat Ilrltnlit Is ready and willing
In "chuck" her Japanese alliance
upon assurance that the United
Stales will ciune Into an agreement
that will take Its pi n e.
Nothing approaching an alllnnce
between Ihe- thicc poweis has lie.en
suggeste.l It Is understood. Thn emlv
steps thai have been taken to date
are- to endeavor to ascertain Informant-
what ch.inees of success a
formal offei of this I mil would hive
If It were- ee tunlly made
COTTON ADDED TO
jOklahoma Solons Favor
I Protecting Staple;
Add Hides loo
Hy II N TLM.MONS
VVnrld Hltff I "or re-npontli'nt.
WASHINHTON. July S.Okln-
homans are strongly pushing dilvo
in ofibese members for Saturday
mrnlng with a view to mapping out j
.nKr snmin Prlngey who secured
I ap i.j.ua m Jiuiinp sjitiuim nt
. Ki;q ftasilM! 'l'tipojcl
ltvd ti spnia i JMimnd
. 1IJ Kl di!jsii ntd -iif u-ttt Utiuj
4o f)) psp.mp umi Mm
i (lllH rf)0A ;ni!jsi-)n u 40j
i miUkM1 .. tnannj tin.iiinr.il.eJ nui ill
ban on the tariff Mil to present his
Chairman Fordney of the wavs
an 1 fin- inn fomrnlttce In th- otien-
li i- e - . h on the n .-at ir" today
Inf'if i"d his support for a tariff on
'o"--n bjt ndoidied In iirnewcf i- a
Hif 'ton of Iteprese n'ne i 11 1 k
Texis that ho insn w-.uid k.'I" a
compensatory duty on cir.ton manu
IN IRISH BATTLE
Leader of Two l'action.s
See Hope of Peace in
D E VALERA TO LONDON
Will Discuss With Premier the
Iinsirt I'poii Which Set-
t lenient May He Made
KING-IS A LEADING HGURE
General Sintils lias Heen
Pivot Upon Which I'eace
Movement lias Turned
Ily llic AMi'rUleel Plits
I.ONHiiN .liny s A Inne hns
been ilei'l.eieil belween llmtl.ind and
Ireland It will lake e ffe.-t at
noon on Monday next I'lepiiin
1 1 1 1 list are all'. I'll under wav ti uiid
thn hostilities lint ween the e rutin
forces and those mllvely engaieel
In Oie Irish e-.iilse
Ievelnpmelits lending In the truce
wen- I iv il I belween London and
Dublin In Dublin. Kamiuin ele
Valeia Irish i eiublli iiu lender and
his nationalist met"" lales renewed
Ihelr eonfeiene-e wllh Iho southern
unionists ' in I Mldb ton. a union-
ist who recently confined with the
llrltlale prime- inlnlstet tt-1 l a let-
ter from l.bivd i!'"ikc to the' effect
Ihnl host llllli'H mil"! e-e.tse If lllgo-
tlnllons looking to peace) were to
sue e eed
Miic'ltc-iiel) Wins Cedls' 1 r il-.
(leui'ial Sir Neville Maclteady.
Ilrlilsh military conimaniler In Ire-
land atipeired at the ele Valera rein-
I fere nee and 11 was mil many hours
later that the nnnnuiiconiriit was
made at Hie prime minister's offi-
cial lesldence In London. Ib.it In nr-
rnrdnnrp wllh the prelnni's offer
and ie Valern's reply. arraiiKements
werei going forward for III" cessei-
tlon of hoBtllllles from .Monday
Thn king of r.ni-lanil has been a
lending flguie In the llevelopincnlM
up to the pri-si'til. while i.i-inral
Smuts the Hnulh Afrl'im premier
tins n'ted as tho pivot on which the
peace movement has turned Tin re
Is hope- In London and in Dudll too.
Ihiit peine must come ou! of thn
forces which arc now enganed In
seeking a settlement
Invents moved swiftly today both
In London and Dublin. Not onlv
than lie Vnlera. conlra'y to
. grueral expec tation consented to
eotne to Ixmilon to d Se'USI with
Lloyel rineiign the basis on
settlement of Ihe Irish fpiestlcin
might be reached by the inline min-
ister's propose! London rolifi I'l'lieo.
bill a Iruie. has been nrranticd In bo-
gln at mion Montlav.
Plater I'rrmlcr May .Mti'inl
This has give n re.ise.iuMe assur-
ance that the original e ..nfereiic e. to
which the ptltne minister Invited
be Irish republic nn leader und Sir
James i'rnl. the I'lsiet premle'r
will be- held.
The letter of De Valera rends-"" "
"Sir: The detlie vou exjiri'Ss on
ihe part of the llilllsh g"vi rninenl
to end thn e-e-ntiirliis of conflict be
tween the people of tlueo two Is-
lands and to I'r.taMlsh lelalbiris of
neighborly Iiaiiuony I tho genuine
d' "Ire of the pepln of Ireland.
"1 have consulted wllh my col-
leagues and sicuri'd Hie views nf
reprmentatlies nf tin. mlnoillv of
our met Inn in rrgrud to the Invito.-
Hon you havi! sent me. In reply I
elerlrn to say I am ready In meet
and discuss with you nn whet basis
such n conference! as that proponed
an reasonably hope to io coinpllsh
iho object tfi sired
"I am. Hit. faithfully vnurs.
"DAMONS' Di: VALKHA."
Ad SnlicilnrH MiihI
Prow Tlwiv Claims
Directors of in.- i ninn" i "i ' noi
tr r.- . . 1't. (t.l 1. ...II. till J4II
vemsing soli. P.. 11 f.ir mediums
other than b" al publli ntlons to the
Ad 'lob ii'id tbc ti. iti i bii-'lness hu-
linn Tin -ei- org inlnilors are ilienioigi. In a Hhootlng affiav wllh nn
lm meone reiiorls on the vailoii-
I mediums and determine ihelr value
fiom sn ndveitlslng sinndpolnt. Mil-
vising rnf re liniils mid business men
iaV ar' potential ndtei li-i-ts In sue h
ph.; -is as lo their north Manv
mlvertlHing schemes are piesented
dally lo the e-hamber and all of the
scheme' sli mid be- I n . ' Mt ir.i led be
f.n Hull. Mois are .il'owid to visit
the iniuli nils und ask for ndver-
Ilowal and Chief Worker
Jailed: Both are Fined
COLt'Mlit'K Kan Jul S Akx !
snd"f Ii"" et and Aug is' Douby.!
;tstrb i prisldeni and it"- piesidentl
of the t'nlted Mine Wmkem were'
Hentfncetl to six months In Jail and
1500 fine each bv Judge- I'ranh
Hoes todav They were found RulltJ
lasl Filcla.1 l a Jury of a violation
of the Kansas Indiisirlal law In iall-
Ing a strike In the Mae kle eoal
mines Hoth men were rele ased on
J I 000 bonds pending an appeal to
the supreme court.
Unit Iilein. SiiuiIh Out.
NOItTll II.U.TIMDHK. ')hl '. Ju'V
x While watering his notttto patch
todav Ilii'li'lpli Uinifrnm retlreel
shoe rneieh.int wen shikei
inmliitiii'- i ar'b'iuake lie
down ind saw . n i p"' i' '.K
Id vn ii' - I - I 1 1- i
. . I i'i' I ' i-
' waipe -a-o
dinnf: ai i l
For Convey tiny
Home Into Joint
Juli Ii Mi
; w s a i
I . . I.. til " n
I t i In tni ed w I
t hii l end e t ti
b mile di
. . siilt .f .e
' I w lie b i'i w . at of l.dni
etnn s plan in lnl.ill a pool iibl'
In lb" basement of their home
"He itle-d in Hun our home IntOi
n be. oi legge-rs' hangout ami
lllll(th"l at my pleas to keep the
bono- unci fid for our baby' thn
poll i ami Mis. .lohnstoii told
theiii "He llslened. shlllUPted his
tioMildeis. laiigh'-d and tinned
aW 11 When I tiie-d a She'l to leeh
him a lesson and make him think
1 I'linniitted iileble. II mads me
futloiis Thru I tdtnt blm '
Johiiitein whs shot while silting
In an auioi.tobil'. in which the po-
lice said thev found 13 bntllet nf
hooded vtlnki and in iiulonuitl'
HARD FIGHT ON
Real Test of Harding's
Strength Will be
Many Senators Opposed
Sidetracking Hills for
.1. IIAIIT CAMl'lllILL.
V H Staff erreei'onilsnl.
WASHINHTON July . Prrsl-
dent Harding farrs today a severe
lost of his official and personal In-
riiiiiicn with his former colleagues
of the senate.
Tho extent of that Influence may
he determined by th" result of his
Insistence thnl the serial recess
adliituii until II Is ready lt tackle
Un Iff mid lax legislation.
Oifllloii nn Ills Own Side.
While he may hiivn fulfilled his
expressed deslrei lo hnvei the snl-
dler's bonus bill sldflrseke-d until
(he Isrlff and tax revision Is no-
compllshrel lie and Iho republican
leadeis of Hie senate am thrntiunj
wllh serious opposition from ropuh
llcan senfiforn who only on Tuesday
voleil down Senlilnr Lodge's pro-
posal foi n four weeks' adjournment
St'iialiirs Kenynii nf Iowa; Norrls
of Nebiaska ami Capper of Kan
sas an irpumit.ius. iieK.aie
wlll fight to a standstill thn presi-
drm'n own proposal for an adjourn
ment. They are among thei leaders
of Ihi! senatei agricultural blur"
whose- members nre diiunndlng that
(he- senate not fiull uiiill It has acted
upon pe nding agi b ullmal Icglal.i
Hi-iniM-iiitM AImi l.lnccl I p.
A number of dnniorrallc senators
Indentlfled with iho "bloc" nro also
lined up ug.ilnst an adjournment.
liven some of the republican sen-
ators closely fisneit latnd with the
president and usually eager to com-
ply wllh his wishes deprecated to-
day the. president's fiction In visiting
the I'apltol In an effort to whip Into
line the) republic nn majority of the
senate They aiimll he failed sig-
nally to sen uree Ibe "unanimous con-
sent' 'of republkan senatora f r nn
adjournment nnwi'Ver successful
he was In tiersunillng them that tin-
.luldli.rs' liunuu bill ought to liu rec
Aniini'tnleil to the sennlo flnsnee
i oio-illie-e whom et It came and ac
Hon on It deferred until after the
muntrv's lax pioblems have brim
Two tVcfirocs Wounded
In Shoot inn Af frail
I 'I' rr vrfs I ' ' t. 1-..-.! 5 fi.11
. hn ' t i. ds.in a bell boy
n !hl. M(. 'ii... were seriously
wounded about 1J o'clo k Thursday
other nrgro bi-lleieel lo have bfen
I l latido Anders who It Is .illend
became angereel over a lovo ntrair
and attempted to "clean up' nil his
opponents in Hui love mlxup. I'oul
was shot In Hie mouth and Is In i
irlticnl e mention ItichardHon ie-
.elved a Wound in the log. which
mav uecessliat" amputation at-
li'inllng physb Inns s.iv
Relief For Ihe Cotton
Planters Now Planned
mln ist i nlioii tt hop. ful
a wee k 'I in cl1 I" ab!'- te
1 The ad-
that within j
nt noiinc. a
i II. f to III'
Plsn affoi I! tit- . re-llt
i ot t on glow ei s of
the south. It was
statnl at Hi'! white house this after-
noon. II is und' rslood thai i plan
hai been dtawn. similar '" Hi'' plan
liffortllng teller to the livestock
growers under whb h banks will
ent.gr into an ajfieement to provide
thrice eesn.irv c re till
-THE W FATHER
Tfl.ltA. July I - Mailniuni 9T mini-
mum. T2. ii'irlh vc'iift f-lir
LAST TI-.XAH SliirflH part rlciuety
r-hutly Ic'iti Ihundar ahiiwcra naar c-ital
l.l'll ' I.
1 Ii I'trt- r il I
PRICK f CUNTS
DEVIL DOGS AND '
WORKERS ARE VEXED
Sending of Warships to the
Mexican ('nasi Anger La-
CRUISERS ORDERED HOME
Most Harmonious Relation!-
Prevail Rctwecn Two .1
Races in Oil Town
Hie. AfmnrUle-.l pres.
M IIMCO CITV. July Amerb
can mnrliies from the L'nlted State!
cruisers Saeinmeiitn and Clnviil'ind
are mingling freely with llm pcnplti
of Tamplio mid hnvo been met with
extreme cordiality although all
measures neeeMwiry havfi been taken
In prevent illspules which might
IcatI to serloti'i dlf fletiltlccs accord-
ing In rrportn received hero today
Ily permission of the Tamplco au
thorities tho Ituilncn werei allowed
Iho freedom of the rlly'wlth Iho
understanding that they should land
tinarmiil. ' Their Is an undercurrent
of nervousness linwever through-
out Tamplco thn reports slate dun
to tho fiver-llreisint possibility that
Momo small net-may lead to serloi
Thn Confedernllon of Labor dur-
ing a meeting In Orlr.aha last night
voted to send a mcsSago In tho
American Federation of Labor ask-
ing It to protest In tho namii of
American workers ngnlnnt tho des-
patch of the war vessels tu Tamplco
and (ho activities of somo
of lh' Amcilcaji proa.1
WASHINGTON July 8 Th
rtnto department today had un nil-
vices from Mexico city or Tnmplco
conreriilng an outbreak of violence!
nt tho latter place In which several
tmcrlcans wero reported In hnvo
been killed or Injured.
The. nivy department alio was
without advices today from Tamplco
Hp to noon It was stated no mes-
sages had como through from thn
rommanderM of Hie Cleveland and
Sacramento regnrillng tho disor-
ders that wero reported In press dis-
patches. WAHHINHTON July S. Wlth-
drnival of tho cruiser Cleveland and
inn guniinni riacramento inuii ram-
plr.u was orelered today by thn navy
department. In making this an
nouncement Secretary Denby said
Ihe order hail been Issued by mutual
agreement wllh tho statu" df part-
l"rrsHnl Miuln Tliat Cltln null
llr-ilfM Mi-e-l With Ite'cemslriii-tlein
Oimmlllrei Ijwli Weeli.
That erillghtenment and general
good to tho city would rrsult If roch
civic club president would Interest
himself In (ho meetings of tho re-
construction rnmmlttc.i is tho opin-
ion of K S Hutchison prosldent of
the Hetall Merchants' nssoclatlnn
wlio cxpiesseil this view to directors
of Hui chamber of commerce at their
weekly meeting Friday. Tho club
presidents could outline to their
clubs nt the regular meetings tho
u ogress miuln by the committee nntl
kee p the memberships Informed as
to the activities ami plans he Htateel
"This suggestion Is doubtless a
commend. ibhi on'!- but would It not
be better If an tnvltatlnn rnmn from
Ihe ree otist ruction rommlltre
Fre-Hldent Alva J Niles Inquired. He
asltrd that llutchlrir.nn ascertain
whether such a pinpos.il Ih agree
iible vvllli the commlttc.
Mayor T D. Kvnns wlien Informed
unofficially of th propoal Frlda'
afle-rnonn givev his approval. "Like
the c-lvi' orranl.atlnns this Is work
Ing for tho best Interests of tho die
and an arrangement suoh an Hit"
would prolKtbly prove lienefldil" lie
lllgliwiiyti'cn Hull linlleiti.t.
Bpsf-lai i i Tho World
I'VWIIt'SKA July R Hwooplr
down on them from behind t
armed men cninpiiIled'John Cox sn i
1...wllrlr Utrlbe Ave. OHftaTcl In
dinns. to stop their . ar two sn i
lone-half mile southwest of paw
husks nt 9 o'elock at nlht and de
liver to them 1 1 as In cash and n i
usble vvat' h Cox was reieve.l
00 and Strike Ae 'f fJ.
lo bn-hwavmen tV 'i ''1' red ''
ear and drove rapol v t" 'be- s.vii'
west Thr onlv ipsf-tlpti n ..htam.
of I hem was that i a.iS itber ' .
an. I of lendei I u 11 hi'c t
nlhi r w.l-t i'! net ut- -.
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