The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 294, Ed. 1, Friday, July 22, 1921 Page: 1 of 16
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VOL. XV. NO. 291
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VIEWS WITH U. S.
Nov Confidence Is Felt
on Conference After
Parley Ls Held
Wm EAST SUGGESTION
Dop .lament Considers Plan to
SeHe All Eastern Problems
Iief- re Armament Meet
WON'T POSTPONE MEETING
Di-pitc Plea of Dominions
That Date Interferes With
fly I' . V- ' ltitl V't P
July SI. He.
infldenci) that Japan will
(.. to a broad discussion of Far-
E.i problems as part of the din.
. nt nnforenco was evident In
of i ip lis hero tonight nftcr
ar informal exchange of views
bev- he Japanese and American
po . m
1 the day th( Japanese am-
ba . . liarnn Shldehara called
oi ( iary Hughes at the state de-
pa . ' nnd they aro understood to
ha Jf-cd at length the situ-
ati' -.iltlng from Japan's reluct-
at ' have the Far-llastcm quea-
Hi - m' ii" ted to ilehato In tho dis-
arm a' t negotiations. It was In-
dl . 1 afterward that the exchange
wa- i raided as helpful by both
Md' - a- d that the conversations soon
ring1 report a stage making possi-
ble a n.oru formal diplomatic cor-
rfsp 'i ienre on the subject. Thrro
vaa etry evidence that the Ameri-
can f vernment remained unshaken
In It- belief that to definitely elim-
inate ary subject from tho scope of
the i-orferencn before hand might
prove a serious barrier to the dis-
armament discussion Itself. On the
other hand. It was Indicated that
Amerli an officials had no desire to
formulate it list of questions that It
thinks should bo discussed and would
bo qniie content If the Tokio govern-
ment simply agreed ro come Into
the conference with an open mind
as to onsldcration of anything vital
to a disarmament agreement.
Thoe In charge of the preliminary
negotiations hero have heard with
mtiih Interest the luggcstlon that
some of the troubles of the confer-
emo might be obviated if such ques-
tion" as ho disposition of tho Paci-
fic irland of Yap and the control of
Shantung peninsula were settled bo-
fore the delegates assembled. Al-
though official comment Is lacking
it is manifest that such a develop
ment would bo highly pleasing 10
Lffnen an officials and that some
steps may be taken to speed tneso
questions toward solution
It Is eonsldered entirely likely
that to this end negotiations regard-
ing Yap. over which Japan was
awarded a mandate by the league of
nations tray bo actively resumed In
the m ar future.
Th. re already has been some dlp-
lon om correspondence on the sub-
t' the United States taking the
polt on that this and other former
Gem a" possessions could not be
dlspv.d of without the acquiescence
of this government but thus far the
negotiations havo been Inconclusive.
In the rase of Shantung the In
dicated view of the state department
has been that anv d snuto over sov
cru; tv should bo a subject of ne-
gotiation between Japan and China.
P.epcns havo reached hero tnai lo-
lls 1.1 readv to undertako such a
neg"'iation and It would occasion no
turpi In well Informed circles If
Ch a were encouraged to tako a
tin ir altittido. In a broader sense
ho.er. It Is held here that tho
Shan- .ng question Is one affecting
the ! egrlty of China and therefore
li "f some concern to all of the
powers interested in the Far-Rastcrn
vinw I.nrl.s Stinriort.
Sha' i .
t. w advanced in some Japn
..ii-nr that both Yap and
-. -tea ns i
ig should bo
ldents otltsldo the purview I
... . tin.
t. V'. f;.n I iiitle'suniiort
13 h.. - ..iv. both are re-
M !l-1) as likely to come before the
6l." 11 ai OKI ly l" ....... I
.-..nf. i e unless there Is a wuuuuii
beioi l.jnd ai ceptilble to all the na-
tions ii terested.
U m indicated today that Ac-
P . . suggrMlon of Hrltlsh do-
miii n statesmen for a postpone-
mir the conference until next
spr-' officials here believed the
nlin . w .i-in KeK.lnn earlv In No-
"tmhf would In the end find gen- and certain uni.u '- "ii"i-i
'M. a .. ptanic. It Is realized that The governor wild he was not
me . f the dominion premiers mav'purprlseil at the Sangamon ro"ll'
e i i ' t . Inconvenience beeaiwt I prand Jury In returning the indict-il"-.'
j -iihamrnts will bo In scMslon ! ment as it was "the only county in
fJui h. fr.ii nnH in some nu.ir-hu stale wheio he (Hrundage) had
hai been suggested that the
nan- rr i he conference tie anvnnceu
'op.- t them to aitend before the!
Mru.ree-ary sittings begin. There
tin h..n . indication that the que-
uon . j.i been officially called to the j
W' i of tho state department
tiovii- r nd the generul disposi-
tion - to attempt no definite do-
ll"' r f r ihe present.
'Ilf.RKS SYS "DIG THREE"
MVS1 MTl'LK DIFFERENCES
LfiVlitiN. July 21 Premier Wll-I
Mm M Hughes of Australia declared
u 4v that the success of the eon-1
u Washington on dlsarma-
u d depend on a preliminary
-e.f.t on the Pacific problem
h' h'f'.v'i!y ""':"!
up"" . .
vusrraian premier ma.ie tus
diir.ng a i-pce!i before
. . t
' if le reaehed " Premier
i.Nlii'5 on pao w sevun
Shoots Man Who'
Demands That Ho
Srell lo Th Werlrl I
pawimska . ji.:y si .not
my brother-in-law be. .uis hi at-
tcmpttd u f.ine me. at the point
of a revolver to asuisl him In the
making of hquor In the lulls." wan
the explanation nude by Sam
Turnci SO vcurs old. who volun-
tarily t.ime to Hominy neir hrc
yestorday ufternoon to rdvc him-
nelf up to offlcern after fatally
wounding Kred Smith.
Turner who has a wife ami two
children lived with Smith on an
oil lease eight miles northwest of
Hominy and It was In the hlllx
near thflr home according to the
elder man that iho ihootln.T took
"My brother-in-law drew a re-
volver on me this afternoon"
Turner told the officer whom ho
met In the road "and said he
would kill mo If I dlil not he.p
him operate his still In the hl!K
I refused and when ho again
threatened to shoot I shot him n
After the shooting Turner set
out on foot from the lcare to
Hominy but was met by the sher-
iff from thin city on the road. The
prisoner was brought to the county
jail hero where he will be heid
pending an Investigation of tho
shooting. Smith Is survived by
his widow lloth men are wall
known In Hominy.
Illinois Executive Says
He Is Immune From
WILL MAKE A FIGHT
State Head and Those In-
dicted With Him Strug-
gle to Prove Innocence
SPniKOKIBLD. 111.. July :i
Arguments as to whether Oovernor
Len Small of Illinois is subject to
service on warrants of the Sanga-
mon county circuit court charging
conspiracy and embezzlement of
state funds will bo heard by Judgo
B. S. Smith at 9 o'clock tomorrow
The tlmo for discussion on the Is-
huo raised by tho govcrnor'H legal
staff was net by tho Judge today.
Ills attorneys In a signed opinion
declared that ho governor of the
state Is Immune from arrest and
not subject to direction from the
The bond of Vernon Curtis was
filed at noon today after Judge
Smith ruled to reduce the samo from
1100.000 to f 50.000. It was signed
by Mrs. Krnest Orlffln. sister-in-law
of tho Lite Senator B. C. Curtis and
E. A. Curtis brother or tne runner
SPRINC1KIEI.D 111.. July 21.-r-"I
know ot no statutes that protect the
governor of tho state from arrest"
declared Attorney General Hrun-
dago. leader in the Indictment pro-
ceedings agilnst Btate officials. In
commenting on the legal point
raised by the governor's attorneys.
Tho governor Is a citizen of tho
Btate" tho attorney general added
"and subject to Its laws tho name
as any other citizen."
SPRINGFIELD. III.. July 21.--That
Governor Len Small of Illinois
and those Indicted with him Jointly
on charges of embezzlement of state
court has been rendered. Is tho slg.
nlflcance taken today from tho gov-
ernor's statement on the action oi
the Sangamon grand Jury In return-
ing four Indictments against the
governor Lieutenant Governor Fred
R. Sterling and Vernon Curtis.
-.. Hn.l. V.niter
uuiil 4 hi r. -
nery.iemeni. con; i I ai i .ion -..-i
ilenco came involving a total of 3-
900000 of state funds. I
iii l in Flaiemeni II" ueni-liv.-. .
Attorney General Hrundage. leader
of the conspiracy has galnod the in-
dletment "simply because of the
I urnimr.fi In him be-1
nrrumnl furv 1 aroused In him be-
cause 1 reniseu 10 pernni oiiii .-'
take from tho taxpaycrti pocKem
Jl.. ''00000 for the upkeep of his per
sonal political macninc
Other liartlcs iilmlng at his politi
cal assassination. thu governor
charges are the traction Interests of'
Chicago the pilllllc Utility inierenm i
ay hopes of securing an Indictment
hr.a nt me. lie i-ii.iijicn
ngimon county la dominated by
an rB..n.zat.on prote. ting the most
vlruH criminal and braz.n '
violators to be found In the state
The next term or tne tvingamon
county circuit court will be held In
September and unless a change of
venue Is taken the cano Is likely to
be tried here at that lime.
I Medical Treatment for
ex-Service Men liottcn
sniNGTON. July !!. "Rot-
t(1.;?aV the term applied to the
r;Vmrnt given ex-servW
oeo1';? h aN!auv-ooK 111 xo a.lona;
. . . i .-..n n offl. er of the
' I jllli inn -
"" '.. )f r(1
Sheridan assm ni"n or vv or
' ' ' .estlfjtog today b
u.'nr vi'inruiin. lit Linnj
: h Bnan comtnltteii tnvestl
i gating the -ase ot dependent and
llncauacatcJ cx ctrvim men.
PI AYFR STARTFI1
rLH tHO 0 1 HK I tU
piot to Throw Games in
Series Originated With
MEN NOT CORRUPTED
Hums Declares Gambling
Clique Had Nothing to Do
With Men's Downfall
WENT EAST FOR BACKING
Had Plan Well Formulated
Heforc Seeing Former Base-
ball Players for Help
White Sox players accused of con-1
spiring to throw the 191H world
series were not approached on the1
deal by gamblers or coirupted by
a gambling clique but formulated I
tho conspiracy themselves and went
to New York ami former baseball
players for .tlnaucl.il backing Hill
Hums admitted accomplice am!
state's witness testified today In the
trial of reveu of the players am
four others who aro under indict
ment In the case.
Bddlu Cleotte. of Detroit former
White Sox pitcher onco rated as tho
best In tho American league made
the sell-out proposition to Burns
aud Oandll and Cleotte then volun-
teered tho Information that ttn-y
could have thu series thrown for
i 100000 Hurna testified.
jjuiii.-i iroiuiiuii) UJ lliab i-ur
was admitted late today after Judge'
Friend three times had barred It
r ncna inreo limes 11.111 narru u
i.mnn..n.. .ev.n ii.. . i . -. . v
could look lin siinrenin court. ruHnesl
on the question Jt looked upon
by the statu as anions the most im
portant part of the witness' testi-
mony and It was designed to do
away with tho bullet that the play-
ers were corrupted by millionaire
gamblcrH and to show that thu al-
leged conspiracy had Its Inception
In New York.
The tetslmony was given In rola'.-
Hurns. Abo Altull. Hal Chase CI
cotte llandjl und Hcnnett Identified
by lluriiH as David Reiser uf De
.Moines Iowa a defendant. These
conversations wero said by the wil-
iiesu to have taken place at the
Ansonl.i hotel In New York In Sep-
tember 1913 and wero contended
by the defense to bo Inadmissible on
tho ground that they took place
prior to tho lnicpllun of the con-
spiracy. Recall Hums to Slaml.
With Hums recalled by ino stlto
for redirect examination aftir the
defense had flnb-hed cross examina-
tion the queston and answer testi
mony with Ucorgu (iormin as
slstant state's attorney asking tho
questions wat n follows.
Did you ever meet L.ddlo Clcotto
in New York?"
"Yes on September 16 1019. I envered and one at I'alarios and a
think It was at tho Ansonla hotel. . searching party Is at work In an en-
The White Sox had not then ' deavor to locate those that are mlHS-
clinched tho pennant and Clcotto Ine.
told methat If the Sox won the pen-1 The bodies of John Price. Mlt-n
nunt he had u big deal I would be I lona Hodges and James B. Dykes
Interested in and that I could get
In touch with him at tho Warner
hotel In Chicago. He said he waul-
ed me to get 1 100000."
"When did you seo him aguln?"
"I think It was September IS
191U at tho Ansonlo. Chick (iandlll
was with Mm. Gandlll said the world
surlej could bo thrown for JlOO.uOH
that Id for 120000 each for five
men then in on It. He asked if I
' ' .
ItuiliMiiii Tiiriiixl It Down
Hums' previous testimony of how
ho went to seo Arnold Rollisteln on
the' proposition then was read. He-
fore he had not given Rolhstcln's
answer but today he testified that
Rothstclu turned down the deal.
-'ill-it did oii nekt eee any of
Two rlnv before the first name
n( - sen. s This was also at t lie
Anni-mll lienilltl. Alii- Allt-1 . 11.11
chaho anil Manure w.ie the.e. Ileii-
Mt Hlli he was Rot
rithatcin s lieu-
.nnl j that Itotlut. ln
1 I.. omr. Ilir..ti'li I f.
acreid to i ome thrnjgll I s.lld It
was ninny lie wuuiuri i vooie iiiiowho
for mo and Attell said he sav.-d
Rothsleln's llfo once and that hr
goi Ilim io c.iioe uiiiuiii. i.e.....
ui u-u f.u.o.
deal I could make with the plaens
and would I taivo him to them Hen-
lien f.i!U nu rt'H'i'iii.i ' o.i
din Rothslein's money."
Burns tirevlouMv bad testilfed (tint
after this he. Attell. M.iharg and I ole has been chartered t" go Into! The girl said tnd.iv that she had
Hcnnett went to Clm Innati and told i Hrng straight to the relief of Capt had troubb at home. She said sin-
tho pl.iyirs everything was ar-' j-0.i Amundsi-n's disabled exploi- bad a stepfather by the nntne of;
ranged Three more players had M captmn Ainund n ' Rerste who with her mother lives
comv In on the deal lien In f.ild . ' j at Rosston Texas. I
but he wa not permitted to iiame 'i"""Ir;J " . nu. M.lM . Hellevo Story I'iiIm-.
hem nu ji .
hl-s f 7h Vi ' nt hoPIiS 1
Xd"'mUI " ' 11 " "
them nnd .lunge rriena nma mat
ISilImr IMf t riilnio. M' IJiwrenie isiann in Hiring set.
"llavlug placed beforu the jury Its. toward Dutch Harbor Alaska She
conlc.ntlnn that the alleged consplr- lost a propeller In the Ap Hi be
acy hinl lis conception in New Yurk. 'last winter.
and Its birtli in iin. innau. ine naie
tomorrow plans to bring It to Chi-
cago John Seys. secretary of the
Chicago National league club is ex-
pected to bo the first witness and
It Is understood that he will teetlfy
to seeing beta paid to Abo Attell.
Ai-ked If he had Joined Villa when
In Mexico Hums told Atlornev
Michael Ahfarn that he "wouldn't
asso'iate wun viua. or wnn you i
late with Villa or with
either Mr Ahearn
The chief loopholes found In
Hums tes unoiiy l.j Itu l fense
wore when he was forced to admit
that ho had not talked with the
plaers tho night of the first game
fn Cincinnati where
I continukd on ;
as he previously
Former Hun Ship Survives
2 Attacks Made by Planes
With Five Half -Ton Bombs
ON HOARD THH DKSTRO Y I 11
MJAHY JuU ?l The former (.ei
man man of war ("trrlcsl.iiid tndnv
was stta. ; d ri' l eBstully with heavy
bombs by ln ruft after iinsucesMul explosions would have put the fore d
attarks jestetd.iy with light bombs rti.itt svnem out of i nniinlhshni
of 23" 620 and 600 pounds. Two tlx y would not h IV n pl.vred llpi hip
dlsttm t attacksuere carried out to- out of -oiiinil.slnn. The two other
diy. The first occurred at S .1.1 a.' 1.100 pound bombs dropped slrm k
m. and u made by seven nrmv overboard near th ship but ap-
Martin bomber.! wlibth launched ' parcntly did not open up her hull.
five bombs uf 1100 pounds each. . Bl
scoring three hits These apparent- "
ly failed to damage the ship In any Hefore t tin duv's utlm k the
vitr.i n ii Miii.. ii - offi 11 oil. Ostfrledslatid hsil none iIovmi be the
servers went over ty examine the
hull. Ih .rme nt.nn. i-nmlnr iiiip.
ton bombs were ordered out. !
lliimb '1'ivirs Hole.
One of the 1100-pound bombs
strut k near the edge of the deck on
the starboard side tearing a great
hole In Unit deck and tho tun be-
low and blnwltu; out u part of shell
I plating on the ship's side. It failed.
however to penetrate the protective
The other 1.100 pounders hit on '
the starboard side of the deck be-
twern the two waist turrets.
Hoth penetrated the protective
S'JN GULF CURRENT
Undertow Sweeps 16 Out
From Shallows During
I SEARCH FOR BODIES
I V n rl o ti vo f o T.nf.'ifo UptTinins
. ... -r .
of Baptist Excursionists
Who Lost Their Lives
HOrSTO.V Julv 21 Bight per-
son's were drowned and three others
near death were rescued when 16
delrgntis to the Hnptlst Young Ten-
pies I'nlon annual elate encamp-
. ... ... tn1nn..n liirmlntf 1 ll!ltVl
I"irt' cre r-anrhl It. the under-
I tow of the fiiilf ot .viexico ni ine
moulh of Orcein. Hajoii. 22 miles
from Palaclcos at f. o'clock this aft-
The bathers were members of a
sailing pnrty of .11 that left I'alaclns
at 2 o'clock for a sail on Mnlngnnla
hav. The party was composed most-
ly 'of delegates from llreclf enrldge
Tho dead lire:
JOHN I'ltlCB. of l'Hlaralns.
DHFB CI'. Ml! IB. Hreikliirldge
CHIACE CORTNKV II. Hreckln-
rldge. M HS R MA YDS. Hreeklnridge.
MIPS VI HURTKIl. Hreeklnridge.
MISS IONA HODiiBS. Hreekln-
ridge. JAMBS B DYKES. Hreeklnridge.
AIH'HBR Hit Y A. NT. Abilene
Three of tho bodies have been re-
Jaro those that were recovered
As soon an the newi reached the
encampment every doctor In the
town hurried to tho scene but could
render no .vslstance as all that were
caught In the undercurrent had beep
dead several hours The accident
brought gloom to the encampment
which has been In session since July
12 with 3000 delegates In attend-
ance. Chaiwu Arrnipncd for
JIarrv Chanry charged with at -
tompted robbery pleaded not guilty
at hlr- arraignment btfnr Justice
II. J Gray Thursday und was sent
to Jail In default of 1 1.000 bond
pending preliminary bearing August
I. Cli.-iney Is i barged Willi tin- nt-
temnted bllai king of II R Hlakn
11 former federal offl. er. Wednesday
ninht. who disarmed Chnney and
called the police
PcAHT b SHIP IN I U NUn I n
. .. ...
AiiiiiiiilMir insami-41 I'.xpinrcr-
HKATTI.K. .Inlv 21 Tlie steamer
I Roosevelt . on which Admiral Robert
Ipe.iry penetratid thu Arctic In his
1 mi frctmt 11 1 t)f illilon to the north
.......i ...n i.
'to Sealtle. The
inannorl by a xolun
! The Maud Is bo
lunteer rew .
bdiiitni: south from
Voliva Puts Kibosh
on Sale in 'Aon of
7.ION CITY. III. July 21. Or-
ders to sell no more "peik-a-boo"
waists niosiiuilo n. t -to kings or
shadow skuts vi i vii i i he
IKS 'I I ' l i b vv I n
U on o. . a v rs ' ' I Z "
who has turn oiulu Ung a 'nis
In ainpaign agaln.it Hie prest
stles of women dress
ib K and bi llv damagid ih sup' i
iru. lute all e the upl'i'i d k ptt
!! ulurlj the uptake from til.- lu ll
rs (ibsi-rvif. mi 1 .1 that while the
stern nearlv tw feel n il suit
Of tll fliiodltlg of tile af tel -f 1 1 e
room. oftl. ers on the official board
lielleved tins w.ie ilue In itamiign
il n ilk- to ii leaky valve In the enxluu
room which h.ul given trouble since
the ship flist was taken ovri liy the
Only one ot the seven "tie 'on
bombs dropped by the airmen who
utrci In kI M.iitln boiubers and one
Handley-1'alge. stim-k the Ustfrles
bind. The f i r-t one laiun In 1 vv.m
far off the mark landing In tint
water about 100 vards off the star-
Young Woman in lnm -
Hospital Has Home
in Texas Town
TELLS WEIRD STORY
I? oil -1 1 fi m 1 1 PniinU Willi
Car Ride Figure in Tale;
Think She's Shamming
PBNVBH. Colo July 21 -The
youni; woman who has been at tho
Denver city and county hospital un-
identified ixlttco July 12 today ad-
milted to Dr. J. R. Jeager nctlng
resident physician that she was
Mils Connie Phillips of Rosston
Texas. The girl said she wan kid-
naped by a mnn and a woman "with
red hair" from Denton. Texas.
Tho young woman admitted rho
naH Miss Phillips after tlin physician
told her he hud a telegram from
Denton raying she was missing nnd
describing- h' r Tho girl told a
story about how she ennui to Denver
from a little normal school at
.Miss Phillips said .a man and
woman came to her and asked her
to go to Oravson. Texas to Inspect
a school with a view to leaching
there this coming- winter The girl
said she had taught si lion and was
taking a summer nurse at Denton.
She accepted the Invitation to go to
Grayson and got Into a car with
the couple and started away with
two suitcases containing clothes.
"After we had driven about SO
miles or more" Mls.i Phillips told
tho physician. I became hiisplclniis
. that we were not going to oravson
I protested and was bound gagged
and drugged. After a while I re
covered enough to hear what was
! being said I pretended to sleep
and heard the couple plan to murder
me as they said 1 gnatly tesenibled
I a niece of theirs who was an heiress
I and whose moner they would get If
I It got out that she were dead
j "I decided to escape If possible
land struggled free and got away 1
Texas. I fA'itid. so I walked Into that
'city carrying tnv two suite ies. 1
was daed and did nut realize Just
where I was or what I was doing
llntl I arrived in Denver. Then I
pecaine dar.i d again I had not been
;ile to remember until today who I
...i .. ... i i
M(M r.Mp Kli .he ieft Den
' ... .....l.i. .. .- uv... i..i
. ... ti m n' i i.ii..i...i
. . . .
i.! i..ti ami m .mu ii
I fainted in a downtown office build -
Tl. a t . .nmnnnv i.f
found 111 her shoes but the address
had been cut out. It was found biter
the shoe compiny was located In
! Wni-eloeliits who nmsiloned her
deilared the girt was shamming A
telegram rrreived tonight from the
sbei Iff of Cooke county Texas at
Gainesville aiked be il authortlleH
to hold the girl until Inr nlatlves
who were to start Immediately
could reach Denver
The telegram said the girl had
been missing hIim e July 6.
THE WE AT II Ell
TI USA. Jul 31 Muxlinmii 9: mini
'mum P"'ith m-1 t1tr-4r.
OKt-AHOMA KrMy n1 K4ljrdy
jinrll f(r Hurnur
AllKAN.AH Prl'Uy ejr.( KHirdV
Kinifill fttl. ' ir I iy wrmT
' rtX I -i.il pun hi
tt i -I u 1. u i r ''' i n
i 'Hit ) ' 1a ni i i rut-
Hi III' r v ulH
ftO . ... K
Itrtu i ( r-iit M-n k utiHnt at inn unrli
on V M C A rv(lru i? 00 o -rrK
j i tt
lunirl:tl twin concert. 0tu rk
TO JURORS TODAY
No Rebuttal Testimony Is i
Offered b State to the
I..! t it T-
a mo iiiMiraiifc .mpii mi.v up-
pai'tnieiit Diligent in Hc-
fovcry of Stolen Cars
VlTV nCriPCP? OM QTAWPl
" I I I UllllbCHCS U IM O I U
Chief and Coniinissioiiprs Tell
of Dealings Willi Hriuly
in Car PvPcovorios
The defense 1 1 1 the trial of John
A (luslafHiih suspended TiiIh.-i po-
ll' c chief now on mil In district
emu t on a gi.iud Jniv accusation
reitnl lis c ihi u 3o o'clock Thurs-
day afternoon. The 1 1 hi wlliicss w-tf
Suipilf-lng I'i'lll t defense attor-
neys ii in I oilier lawyers g.u In I'lnx In
the colllttoolM. (be utile lllso lested
w 11 limit nrfi-t liiif ..in lebilttal I eft I
Imons. The ease which had at first
been expected to Hiring I til 1 1 next
' week was UllexpertedlV ehortcllcil
Wedniwlnv by all agi nenient be
stipulation was made It w.r thought
thai the i im would be tlnallv con-
'lldid Tlim sd-iv but ilue to lengthy
cross examination of d'lense wit-
nesses the eliding was postponed
Judge Itciliuninl S Cole i ecessed
court imlll 'j o'clock Friday mom
lug at which time the voluminous
IiihI riiellniiH will lie rc.nl In Ibn lurv
Court officials said lint the cam
I would plnblbly
bn given lo the Jury
by noon. Mrs. Kiithryne Van I.eu.
veil assistant attorney general will
prohuhlv open the argnuieiil for the
slain. A P. Mi will open for the
defense and will be followed by T
.1. Leahy who will i lose the defense
case. Jon ti nolusii.-rry arsistnnt
county attorney will roncludu for
When court recessed Thursday do-
lensf. attorneys were Hilly confident
ot victory. They In company with
their client and several elly offi-
cials who have been lit dnlly illleinl-
uncii at tho tll.il. I'd the com (room
soon after the sdjnuinniont while the
two statu attorneys were III close
During the session Tlliirsdav Hoy
Meacham J. M. AdMson Oconto II
Illalne Ulistafson (. A Stciner. II.
W. Muiray nnd W. T. M' Council
look the stand.
Meaehain'N tistlinnny was the
same art I lin t given by Hay Ward
who was on the slnnd Wednesday
and who cioss examln iilon was
ion. Puled Thuiiiday Th" defense
had eoni lulled wllli the direct exam-
ination of .Meaehiini when the noon
1 rem hm w.is tuki n (pililsberry began
the i ross examination at 1:311
o'clock. Me. i 1 1 it i r i uim dismissed
Irom the ntand at 3 n'i lock.
Meacham toll of the dealings
wllli lliady. of the cuH recovered
and of the Dun White escapade. In
! only minor dc .ills did tho testimony
or Waul nod Mi.ichn.ni differ.
Meacham also denied that there '..
any cnnsplraiy between him the
rhlef and Ward to ovv aillo Ihleves
to escape and unlawfully i oiled re-
wards .Meiiehani made no attempt
to color any of his testimony. He
gave It In a straight forward man-
ner without explanations
lleiiliMS Ciiiisplnu'y Charge.
"Did you. Waul Uriidy and the
ihlef etiler Into anv sort of an
agreement to allow Ray Dickens or
other auto thieves to cacapo?"
"No. ell . iione-of us."
Tile witness also denied thai he
ever got any rewind for lecoverlng
stolen inrs All of the rewards were
paid to the chief who turned the
money Into a pension fund Meach
am was askid If lie ever asseil for
any reward lie stilted th.it be hail
It W. Murray loi -il representative
of Hie ItateH Adiuslinent inmp.inv.
! proved a bis- gun tor the defense
lie told or ihe work of his com-1
tuinv. of the maiinei In whiib earn.
were Insuied. and the iffmlrt made!
to -e. ovi r stolen cats ID- s.lld that
. l.i.. 1. .1 . 1 I .... I
II IH l' III lltl II V I lit 11 If II ft 'I 'l(i(' I
fill srrvlie from the lonil poll e ic
lar.ineiit H' ail it 1 1 1 1 ii 1 lliat lie bail I
paid some rewards
Paid Rownrdi lo Ciller.
"Yes. I paid rewards lo Ihe chief
for the work of his men In aiding
us I understood the money went1
Into a pension fund. I don't know
lusl ixa'tly how nun li monev l p.ilili
lliem b it I biive never pnld lliein hji
in il . h a.i I would like too"
Re mi ill he dldn I hell v he had
paid ovrr IHOO In rewinds Noiu
of the pollen offliers nor the rhlef
had ever asked for a penny of re
ward according lo Murray
( onipllmentM Poll. -
W. T M. Council head of the fiilln
department of tin leads eompnny
In Oklahoma. n the next witness
He said thin th" lo. al pnllm were
active in the re. overy of stolen cars
much more . live thiyi in other
parts of the state Ills company he
testified had alvvayn been treated
falrlv by the poller
"What Is your Judgment as to
Hie efficiency of the ni al police
III Ihn miitti r of it covering ears as
compared in other clllea of the
slate. Including Oklahoma CRy'"
An objection by Goldsberrv to the
oiirKllon was sustained At the court
of l.ciiiiv idiji'id rwinl wrejs
ig M . '".-in II ' -I ' 1 .' It. h'-
p -t ir.n I . i I ' l 1 ' v;n
p- rs e ill - 1 1 n.
Ivli in- r '! p. i " ment
f ln sta 'In Tulsa pnloe had
a mu b higher efficiency in reeov
I (.GHTiKW.U ON PAtlH UKMIN
Wife No. 1 Tells
Of Rival With
Jl'RM'.Y C1TV N .1 Julv 21 -The
i .implicated mslrlmenlal ac-
!itii of llirbeit Tin. niton An-
1 1 e w h New York broker who not
nli nt Willi one wife married
Mies Kslhii M Tntnall of pills-
buish In (itcehwn b Conn last
Jnnu.i-i and l'rmiitln her lioinf to
live xx It li himself and his first
wife were furlhrr iieiounted be
fore Advisory .Master John M En
rlfflil t ii l.i Taking of testimony
I in Veslerdav
Mis .M.i ii ! AuruM.i Andrews
the first wife who Is the mother
of Andrews' two children told
on the stand of her in.url.ige In
Andrews In 1912 In Portland
.Maine bj the Rev James Albion.
She admitted that on. e after
brooding over her hiitbiind's In-
fldelliy she had entered Ihn bed-
room In which he mid the second
wife weie asleep (iirrl'ng a re-
volver but decided not to shoot
'I he first Mrs. Andiews said she
hid tried to Induce her husband
to send the necond wife away but
VV ItllOllt Sll' ei ss
'lin rirsl wife told n pitiful
storj of how the new wile took
nil the husbnid's love and affec-
tions "He wouldn't let inn tmt my
hands on him or klm hi in or sit
on (he coiieh beside III ID." she
I cm I Mill Her piottsls against
I he priscnie of the new wife were
answer' d she said by threats to
deprive her and thu children of
hi r allowance
FROM MEX FIELD
Damape Caused by Fire
LIGHTNING IS CAUSE
Dispatch Suya Fire lias Been
Confined to 80-Acrc Tract
and Is Under Control
MEXICO CITY July 21 Reports
concirnlng the fire In the Ainatlan
oil field In Ihe stnte nf Vera Criu oil amendment was reached there
eceived up o lalo hour las night j rtt
were conflicting and meager Chairman Foidney. trying to make
though most of Ihem agree that the himself heard above tho din which
fire was of accidental origin .nnd I prevailed during threo hours of vol-
sii.iv i iiuhiiiiinr ..ml tlim r..r log ainiouiii ed that sentiment III the
slbly fiom llMitnlni. and tlint four .oiiiiiiltlen of Hie whole against tax-
wells weie burning In lot 12 ten- nK asphnlt hud been so overwhelm-
terlng about Amallaii which Is lug that It wasn't worth while to go
about 70 tulles southwest ofTampleo Ihrough the form of calling the i roll.
u . i. i. 1 . After the house hsd passed the
Several dlspseh. reeelve last ulJlllrnei lllltll Monday
night asserted that the whole of j Chairman Fordney and Hepreae.nt.i-
lot H2 comprlsliiB approximately ; live Garrett of Tennessee tho act
AO acres was swept of Its dillllng
rigs and other property nnd that
"numerous" wells were burning with
no possibility of their bulim ex-
tinguished. On the oilier hand other dis-
patches declined the fire um con-
fined lo three or four wells with
the fire fighting forces recruited
from thousands ot laborers from
other fields so organized as to ren-
der a spread of the flames unlikely
Government ' officials were able lo
do but little up to midnight to the
general knowledge of the "illation
All estimates of the monetary loss
ran only bo mere guesswark until
the flames have subsided.
Ono of the theories of the fire's
origin based on dispatches from
Tiiinpleo was that H heated boiler
near an incoming gusner igniie. no
oil. a second theory was that light-1
nlng stiuck two wells slinullano- nfl pl;ortunUy even lo offer an
ntnly. amendment except ns It was an
1 amendment to a committee amend-
Trial While You Wait 11 1 ''"
. . ; i j A i! "Hv ''' method- was this mon-
Utall fllldnifjlll Court stioslty passed. The day of rctrlbu-
Hon will come."
I Although no direct comparison
SALT LAKE CITY. July St - Hy j was made with rates In the Paynr-
Ihe establishment of a "midnight Aldrlch .Mil which figures M large-
. ... . i ly In the political discussion Chair
unit" al llouiillful 10 mllei from ' .. .i...nri.il tb nverneo
Sail Lake city that municipality Is
gaining a rich hat vest fiom motor-
IsiHi acfor.llng to a report today.
Within thu last six days morn than
one hundred Salt Lakers have paid
fines ol Id e.icb for violating traffic
ordlii inei s It was said. They are ar-
resi d and Iniis.'dlately taken be.
foi e a Justice ot the peii e who sits
between the hours of 7 .10 p. m and
I a. in.
ix n il rreeinil
u U IK ruOOIUIx
.MIMiurl 1'nrnier Now Sajs Italian
WnsMan Making Whisk) on Fiirin.
ST LOI'.S. July 21 -Louis A
Wolfsbi-rger SI Louis rounly farm-
er loday reiiu.llated Ills alleged con-
' . . ...
the Peace A. II. Werremeyer In
which he was declared to have con- '
fessed that he was sieretiirv of a
"rmnpany" capitalized for the man-
ufacture of whisky. He said that
ho had appealed to Justice Werre-
meyer several weeks ago to cause
Hie arrest of Hall inn who had been
.making whisky mi his farm.
Wolfsl.eiger charged that Werre-
meyer hud visited his farm seen
the operation of the stills and de-
paite.i -ifi-r wbl'h be lieaid nolh-
inu of ip Ink. n to it. est the
1 C im.i
When arfa.gnrd Oef re a I'ntted
S'ii'.m ' n inissi--in r here t dl
' S oirslierger i. 'ended not guilty to a
. ba-ge .f n imifa. iil'ing whisky and
mu4 n-lcitiJ uti a bund vf il.OuO.
M SM Kill
Fordncy Measure Passes
With Almost Solid
MILLIONS IN REVENUE
Will He Kaiscd by Protective
Tax Law; 7 Republicans
Vote Against Passago
DEMOS WIN ON AMENDMENTS
Form Flying Wctlge Aided by
G. 0. P. Who Aro Not in
Favor of All Provisions
WASHINGTON July 21 The re-
publican protective tariff hill cell-
mated by Chairman Fordney lo raise
ninund IR00 000000 In revenue an-
nually was passed tonight by the
house by a vote of 2S0 lo 127 pre-
cisely ihe vote by which a demo-
cratlc motion for elimination of Its
American valuation provision wan
Seven republicans voted against
the measure while the fame num-
ber of democrats supported R Oil
hides cotton and nsphalt stood up
against a dntermlnrd fight lo tax
them and remained on the free list.
Tho Longwortli dye embargo first
ot tne nvo contested schedules to
go before the house proper for u
separate vole and backed by most
of tho republican members ot the
ways und means committee was
thrown out 20!i to 193.
Form l'ljing Dodge
Forming nnd holding a flying
wedgii and aided by republicans not
iiatlsflen with nil the bills provl-
"Inns the democratic minority made
the most of its chances and won on
each. Tho ways and means commit-
tee lost out on threo of the flvo
amendments laid before the house.
There was not much chance of lm-
ponliiK a duty on hides mid cotton
after the house In committee of tho
.. I. ..I. I... I .lir-...... .M.n.lm.nl.
..;. ... nensa tor v rntl. their
i manufactured products. When the
um loiooriiy leuuui iontn-. b..'-
ments defending aud denouncing It.
Declining the measure a "mon-
strosity" Mr. Garrett asserted that
the democrats were given "Just flvo
opportunities to win and they won
"If tho hill had been opened up
for amendment under tho ceneral
rules of the house" he added
"there Is no telling what would have
happened to It.
"When I say flvo oporlunltles I
mean In Ihn house itself. Of course
wn had a few chances In the com-
mittee of tho whole nnd there xvo
defeated the Increase nf duties upon
leather and hoots and shoes und
upon cotton manufactures.
"There wore only 2 2 lines of tho
bill out of 8.630 lines read for
ntnendment. Not a member of tho
t h aJorUy members
". .. eriii
ml valorem rntew In hla bill wuro
slightly lower. .
Conclusion of Stop
"Tho passages of the tariff hill
by the houso with a substantial ma-
jority." Mr Fordney said "murks
the conclusion of an Important step
In thu return of America to the
sound policy nf protection
"The bill. In addition to afford-
ing encouragement to business and
protecting Ameilran Institutions nnd
the American standnrd of living wot
increase rustoinii reielpts of th"
uovernment. It will yield when en
' H.e( close to JSnO.ooo.OOi) anmnl
j mid the nver.ige ml valorem .
1 of duty nil i total Imports will p h
.'hly be "ghtly below' the ... rug..
"'.s""".!".! Z t and b s
! oured the trouble. The pro'..i.i
Ist.i who were bulled un ter the
faimers' demand for a dnt v on
Iildef. came aling
pensatorv duty of
rriNTINt I'." UN
wit li a com
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