BY Tulsa World Third Extra
Jun 1, 1921
1/20/13 at 7:41 AM
At the Mowbray Undertaking company was an unidentified white man, whose age might be placed between 28 and 32 years, and whose death wound was a bullet which entered the back of the head. He died at a hospital. There were no clues of identification which could be followed last night and he was unidentified up to 3 o’clock this morning.
At Stanley-McCune Undertaking company is an unidentified white man about 35 years of age. Death was also due to a bullet wound entering the head.
There were no dead at the other morgues.
A.R. Stick, city clerk, Sapulpa, death expected momentarily.
G.T. Prunkard, conductor on Frisco, Sapulpa, shot in left shoulder, chin, forehead,
Lee Fisher, 338 ½ East First street, shot in left leg.
L.T. Slinkard, West Tulsa, leg fracture.
Robert Palmer, West Tulsa, shot in left shoulder.
Ed Austin, 418 S. Detroit, shot in left foot.
E.F. Bershmer, 1437 East Hodge, shot in left hand and left leg.
Clarence Hill lay at the Frissell Hospital, 314 East Brady, near death, according to nurses, due to being shot through the lung. The fear that he might not live until morning was expressed by attendants. Other than his name, no information was given out.
Three wounded men were taken to the Tulsa hospital, but none was seriously hurt, according to meager reports. Hospital attendants refused to give any information. H.L. Curry, James Collins and one other were at this hospital
P. & S. Hospital
One fatally wounded man was taken to the P. & S. Hospital. He died shortly after reaching there and was removed to a morgue.
No wounded were taken to the Sand Springs or the Morningside hospitals they reported. Neither was there any injured at the negro hospital.