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0K1AD0MA I ORBATOT NEWSFArEE.
UUSCP WIU ASSOCIATED fUJl.
VOL. XIV, NO. 40.
TULSA, OLKA1IOM aATUKDA Y, NOV KMllKU 2, liUS.
PRICE 5 CENTS
TURKS GIVING UP
Cecil Announces Terms Are
Complete in Knding Hostili
ties With Ottomans.
SECRET AGREEMENT DENIED
Officials Assert Rumors
'. Allow Armenian Sov
CONDITIONS MADE PUBLIC
Twenty-Five Points Are Set
Down in Signing Truce
With German Ally.
l.i'Mio.V No. 1 The ti riini--! i
ive.r. ,1 by Turkey amounts to
emuplcte unconditional surrender."
Tlrs statement was made by.. Iiord
RiiImti Cecil, assistant secretary nf
time for fo.oign affairs, to the As-sin-i;t'e.
Lord Itol.crt emphasized the stale
rcem of Hip foreign office to the As
snriatcd Press by saying "thai no se
cret unijr rt.'i k or engagements
hme made with Turkey as fur
it thp Hrilish government in con
cerned." Hi; a.Mprl that the armistice had
been sis'ned by Great Kritaln on he
tiM If of all lb- allies.
Pisnisslnir conditions in Germany.
UpI llnheit said the. indication of
the Luf t ilit or two were 'hat tho
psn-iierinaiis were losing their hold.
Hp declared that no hulshevisui had
liptn reported in Germany, but tha'
,t was spreading iti pans of Austria
xo smiCT A(.ki:i;mi:.vt
!M.UK WITH Tt'KKKY.
Bt Th AiMtittM Trrs.
LONDON. Nov. I. With rpf r.i c
to rumors circulating her" to t lie
effect that tho armistice with Turkey
uirhnlrs clauses by which Turkey
Would retain sovereignty over, Ar
menia and othpr provinces, the for
fign office auth0Yl7.es the statement
that there is no truth in the sugges
tion that any sorrel political agree
ment Is annexed to the armistice
TKRMS OF AllMISTICi:
aiu: M I)K l'UU.U .
Iv The AisoeiAled rre.
I.UNPON. Nov. 1. The terms of
Ihe armistice granted by the allied
powers to Turkey follow:
First. The opening; of the Iar
danelles and the Hnsphorus and at'
res to the Hlack sea. Allied occu
pation of the liardanelles and Hos
Second. The positions of all mine
fields, torpedo tubes und other ob
'trtirtions in Turkish waters are to
be tmliuied, and Hsststanoe Riven to
fpp or renioic them as may be re
quired. Third. All available Information
concerning nunos In the Black sea
la to he communicated.
Fourth. All aJlled prisoners of
war and Amu-man Ipterned persons
nd prisoners are rf be collected in
I'onmantinople and handed over un
conditionally to the allies.
Army to Immobilize.
Fifth. I in ttifUuj tei demobilization
of the Turkish army, except such
troops as are required for surveil
lance on the frontiers and for the
maintenance of Internal order. The
numl'fr of effectives und their dis
position are to be determined later
y the allies after consultation with
Ihe Turkish government.
Sixth. The surrender of all war
essels tn Turkish waters or waters
occupied by Turkey. These ships
"ill be imerned in such Turkish
Port or ports as may be directed,
'xrept such small vessels as are re
quired for police and similar pur
poses in Turkish territorial waters
Seventh The allies to base the
'Bin to occtjpj any strategic points
in Hie event of any situation arising
"hif'h threatens the security of the
Kllthth Free use by allied ships
of all ports and anchorages now in
Turkish occupation and denial of
Ihe.r use by the encitiy. Similai
rondit.ims are to apph to Turkish
"leri-.intilp shipping in Turkish a:
fur the purpuse f trade and the
aemoliilization of the .tritij .
Ninth -Allied ocrupa'.ion of' the
Taurus tunnel system.
1 enth Jnimediale withdrawiil of
Turkish troops from northern IVr
i to behind the pre-war frontier al
"iy has been ordered and will be
Kleventh - A part of Traiis-l'au-"!
alrcaily his been ordered to be
"acuitpd by Turkish troops The
remainder t' -p evacuated if re
quired t.y the allies after they have
Uidied the situation.
("lilcs ( oir.rollcd.
Twelfth --Wireless, telegraph and
able stiitinitu ti be eoiilrolleil bv
'h" allies. Turkish Kiivei iinu nt rues.
Kes tu he excepted.
Thirteenth - Prohibition on.iii'at
ne destrucii.in of any naval, mil;-.ari-
or commercial uiaterinl.
1 ourreenth - Kailliues are Hi be
K'v'n for the purchase of inal. oi!
u'l and naval material lroin Turk
a" sources, afur the re'iu'.remeuts
"f the country have been met. None
or the above materials ate In b
fifteenth The surrender of n
'urklsh officers In Tripolitania aie!
vrenai-a to the nearest Pall in u .r
nson. Turkey agrees to stop s;i!'
PJ'es and cuininutiicitiixi with Uo-se
"'Iicers if they do not obey the order
Sixiee,,,h The surrender of ;il'
fris,jns in ileiljas. Assir, Yemen.
r:n niijl Mesoptamia to the neares.
T, i? co,l""nflT and withdrawal of
th " ,r"P!' from I'lhcia. exeep.
neeeKsary to maintain o -.lei
111 he .etprmnf., ,ler ,-l.u.e S.
Ueventeenth The use of a.i si,!,
(CONTTSL ED ON l'AOE Ib.S.)
Austrian Get Armistice
Conditions From Italians
Tl US , N'..v 1 Ma mnm, ''i ,
iiji: I'luim itriii wimIi ;u,1 rl.r.
'KlVllu.M .turiUv ir himi
r Siii.ttut fa r
ll ISUW A R h N S A .
t:.r'li .tnj ,-iMil; fair, rmihg wiv.
'K AST ThX .nhir.Ur ftr
-aptn'T; h'undtit fmr. warmer in norib
ti 1 tiurt Iiwim por'iotn
'A KsT I KA: Sai-irny -J Sin
ily irt'fi'ri!ly (,r
K SA S Uir Sawrrlav n
pri.tSly N'oniLi . winner .wtnr'l ,
roller ru r. -i t y iJifrnvxMi in tm cr
To the German People. "
T1 cl 'hat ;on worf.l.ijiy hw failwJ.
Your uth fi4p rrnmtlii i iluM.
Th,- Uniprs Itl.tl )i li - AU ti ll V'l
Hart At J proton fnUn t t h i r trual.
O'.i hit Mind und i ht-y tfil yoii 'rr.
o.i wcr wt-iu kkJ tty (rain)i jou
Th" fret of vonr tPtr wrrp r.iv,
, Ai.J rc t lie rvh -n tin frown.
Vo.i .,ari foilowM plniiTWiTr roM
l.ikf -"hiMrii an i J nvm-r'l thf (.rreJ
lliy faucfit tfiit to takr n4 to hold,
U All tru.t tiiiir.an.l 7 !ifit.,
T(iy morkf"i tt the tenderer thifij
A fid iinlri th jiowrr f ihe iirT.;
You worhJiiprMni not (rod but your km
And tow oti hve Ifartifd jou w rr
The tworil of tout tpoil it itetlMre-i
Toe purple I Urn trom Ue Ihni.n.'
Ilaifhl broken Uif powi-r Ke I'Mijed
Aim! helpleat veil sre anil tloio..
l'or rmnfort in inn ou titll Oifl
'l'o the books tntl tour 4i:a htr
lor the dorlniM thT for- ed jnu lo leire !
Were ftke rum beginning lenib -
Voir mini lrn frrnn tr. tevrher; rf trotl- i
Ttim rt(tht ir,it bmidnd on micM
Yon tnuvt tvniaji th criM'di of your vith I
And rom from the dark t ih. Ughi I
If v.iu nre in lh !mMr u' mn
Voj Tnofti folio w the that tbry 1
Yn . rn.ia-l ktavrt in as rni.drn triv.n
.ii J liuniti jouravli m b fore Ood
. ., i Iit wUd thi vrnrc of jo'tr pMl
; m bre butlded jour j(len(ltri on
Hiand . j.
Hut your rred wr not wti('W to' 11
Nor your t"mjle ereMd to aiaiid
Krom the ariitw of turner tou mul nsw
To Uh.Bll nr rtiHrun, auifw,
Ttil in honor real rajra'y
And noly ta&t Utea whih m true.
(CopyriRht 9M by KdKr A. out 1
IN BROOKLYN WRECK
I'he-Csr Train Jirmp TnicU fin
Cuni-Onr Is Ioniollslicl nnrl
the ' Others lltkloll.,
NEW M0T0RMAN IN CHARGE
TniceI.T Murks Mm lay of Strike
Cslled ti lU-lnstate Vnlonlsts
, Mttlc lnforniatioii (ilcn Out.
NF.W YOKK. Nov. 2 An
nouncement was made early today
that tho strike of motormen and
motor switchmen on tho Itrooklyn
I'.apid Transit company lines hail
been settled. The men will return
to work this morning. The com
pany has ugreed to reinstate 29
discharged union employes. It
was the refusal of the corporation
tn accede I ) this d'ernand w hich re
sulted In the strike.
NF.W YOItK. Nov. I-Kigh'y-five
bodies had been titken l.ite tonight
from what is known a.i the M. illume
slreet "tunnel" on the HriKhton
Iteai h line of the Urooklyn Hapid
Transit company, where a five-car
train running it high speed. Jumped
ihe track on a curve and struck tho I
side, wall with such terrific force
that the first car was demolished and t
the others "buckled" until they were I
jammed analnst the roof of the tun-
The, train, which carried nearly
!nik passengers. wa.s in charge of at-
Itescue workers declared they be
lieved more bodies were buried un
der the wreckage and that the death
list of men. women and children
might reach 120. !
I'lsirict A'.liimy U'W.s of Kings;
county, decU-cd the accident was,
due to recklessness on the part of j
the motorman who had ben employ--;
ed as a train dispatcher and wasj
pressed into service because of the
s'nl.e which went into effect today
after the lotnp.iny had refused to
.instate d:seh..rgcd union cm-i
"The motorman i gone" Mr I
I , ;i.i. l ' l lie ci.iim adjustlmt '
depart niet.t appears to have kid-i
napped him." !
An investigation of ihe wtcck a,
ill progress laie tonight at the of-;
fice of the public service coiniir.s ;
sion. The Itrooklyn P.apid Transit ,
otnpany has made no siateuicnl con- I
erning the wreck and four hours (
ifter It occurred ignorance was pro
f.ssed of exiily what had hap-!
peind. The crash came in u dark
liinnel nnd the hvter.cal sutvivor.
(CONT1.M Kl ON l'A3K TKS l
A VAST FIELD
Tlie World Want Ads offer a
clearlv defined field of publicity.
ihorouKhly tested by many
If you have ability to sell,
'"isure moments to turn Into
lollurs. a piano to rent, a house
sell, a position open, the Want
Ad is th" logical method for you
t.i reach your public.
There Is no guess work about
results In advertising through
the World Wants
I'nlike the average circular
which is put into the scrap b
ket. half read, the Want Ads
command and hold attention.
The eyes of hundreds see the
Phone today 600 or 6001.
London Hears Diaz
Presents Terms to ;
NAVY IS GIVEN SLAVS I
German Wirelrss Puked,
Up by Briti-h Con- j
, veyinj; News. j
SAILORS MUTINY AT POLA
Hungarian Reports Tell
the Seizure of Ships at
I.OMXIN. Nov. I. iJitf tnnlKhl
llic Eovernincni bail rci-UiMl no
ni'ws ns to I he n sirliil slmiainrc
of llic Alislro-lloli.ui lirinlslli c
! N'lf i.N. nv. 1
Ibo II;iti;tn rotiKn.
tiani.f.i the nrntis' it-
A tistri.in rdinui-'imlfi'-'
iny to ttw 1 :'Vt'ri.tir Si:
i udi'i- i n-rhti'f
ti'pfiiM t l he
if. Thp thrills
or the al lnlstb e. the newspaper
ttlll be published tomorrow
J IV llt(K.KlS.
n The Ao'-iated I'rt'M.
I. M S. Nuv.
ln-twp'n iln Miihati
1 Hunuarlain military n
I an arnilRticn hto pr.'t
N got i.i : .i.n.
aml A is: ro
ini; lo advircH
reeeived in lxtnlon
I'lg hi itu: tti.iv al-
readv h.oe come to an end.
At STItlAV NWV
(.i i: ovi:it to M,vs.
1,'iNIKiN, Nov 1 - A liirni.in
wireless dispati h picked up by the
I'ritish admiraity tomuht says that,
aecordlnff to an Imperial proclama
Hon. the Austro. 1 1 iiuga rian navy bus
been handed o er to the south Slav
national council sittmp in Agram.
In the decree the Aust ro-Hun-irarian
irut hotit ies make an expiess
reserve about the actual ownership
of Ihe fleet, hut sav until the inter
national iimstion :s settle. I tllero Is
no objection to the employment of
national emblems by the side of the
war f'iss ufter Ihe transfer lo the
In thn transfer of the Ibinulie flo
tilla to the' I f ii n c.i rla ti government
the flotilla rommand.inf is Instructed
to release non-1 1 utiga rian members
of the crew.
A It K IV M I TI XV.
. I'OFFNH MIKV. No l.-Accor.l
Inir to Hungarian reports, sallom at
Tola. Ihe great Austrian base on the
Adriatic, have mutinied and seized i
the warships there.
A dispatch from Pome to the
Pans Temps, iiii.It ilaie of Ooioh
said that the Austrian fleet
hastily concentrated at Fiume
few vessels remained at 1'nla,
dispatch added but all the
which were at 'a taro had b p
Iiip (toll for Congress.
M A HI ON', Ind.. Nov. I. Joshua
Strange of this citv, chairman of the
I executive committee of the Farmers
Natioml congres-s, has lsaue.l a prl
ilmlnary call for the convening of
the Ihirtv-eighth annual session al
Jacksonville, Flv, Peeember H- The
national farm women's congress will
be held at the same time and place.
Howard Not Legal Voter and Cannot Hold Seat in Congress if Elected
A totr for llownnl for tfuijrrcss
Is A tote loi !
I!. II. Howard ennnnt liorsime n
member of the I niieil Statiti coti
groNs. i:. It. llownnl. who has made
such a hullabaloo alsmt Is-lng a
lioinc hoy" of liilsa. itml wine.
Iltoraliiro snis lie lias "nlwajs
Issmi InlcTifitcil in the welfare of
Tulsi." Is not it qualified voter.
This l not h illt ii o I hutii'iinibe,
but the oibl-bbsKled truth.
Hie nsnnls of Ihe Tulsa i-oiinly
registration show that I.. M. How.
unl registered In Hllf. Rltlns his
rr-siilcnie al tin1 prcM-nt Imuic of
I:. ( onstmitin. when- his lirotlier
Osi-ar lued at lliat lime. In 1 01 1 .
I-:. It. llownnl ilbl n'l live In Tulsa,
as lie claims, hut was a gjo'st with
his family, of Ills Im.tl.cr. (senr
Howard, anil rolstcrisl to vote
from the nldcne of his Imithcr
lie was n mere sojourner.
Ihe risrds of the Tulsa regis.
traiin further show that li. It.
Mowanl had not rcglsicnil since
PHI. iiml therefore s not it mini
Tlie i otrist ration Iss.T.s of TtiKn
county, isirtlciib'rly TnKi citv.
were lii's-clcil lit llic close of reg
istration last Mitmilav iiml the
mimes of I . II. llownnl anil Oscar
Howard were not on the registra
There Is no isK'rd of I-:. H. llow
nnl rcslslcrlng' since 101 1, iitul
iinihT the state lows of 101 I lie Is
n( a iiiiillfisl voter, ami there
fore Is nol eligible to u M at in con-grcf
blAKIb AI mit
Department of Justice An-;
Iioiinces l'roceeilinns To lie 1
Instigated at Once.
Spruce Prolie, Recommended
l!y I lushes. To I5e .Made;
BAKER MAY ACT ON DEEDS
ASIIINilTuN". Nov. 1 Prosei ii
t. 'li of Mie lino- iiliny officers held
by i liail.s i: Hughes In Ills report
,on the .urer.if' investigation to be
gultv of .li.i.iiig with coiporaiion
In wbiih thev were financially In-1
I teri-sti-d is t.i be st il ted w ithout de
lay, it was sail to. lav lit the ilepart-
Illent of IUSI1
Th .iMMH rn;i v ti
It ral jui y in inI:-
laid below, a
The officers me Lieutenant Colo-!
tic-1 .1. ti Vincent, t'ornier Ice presi
I dent of the Packard Motor Cur coin
pinv; I -I u 1 1 1 1 1 1 r 1 1 I'olonel t'.eorge V
MlMet. a Moeklloiler III the I'llltlss
Airplane and Motor corporation, and
l.ieiitena lit Saiiiuel II rooiiian. Jr.
a stockholder in the S II. Yrooman
"in i.in y of Philadelphia. If sub
stantiate,! the charges made riffalnst
the officers would involve imprison-
Iinent of not mote than two years
and f.ne of not inoie than SH.noo.
Keports that other armv officers i
I com n i imii J since the nation en-;
te-e. tie war have been dealing with ;
firms in which they have a finan- !
eii'l interest are being invest igated
bv agents of the department of Jus-.
Pee It was understood that the
l umber of officers under Invcstlga
, tleii was small.
Secretary Paker said todiiv that he
b.i.l tiot et completed tils study of
M- lluches report and. therefore,
was nut prepared to announce his
action upon the recommendations of
Mr IIiicIich' report and. therefore.,
attached to the bureau of military
aeronautics, be brought to court
martial fur the alleged supplying of
confidential war department infor
mation to former business associates
in 1 i.ivton, ( ihlo.
Further Investigation Into condi
tions in tho spruce producing sec
tion of the northwest ns recom
mended b Mr Hughes. i to he un
dertaken by government agents. It
was aiil today
Ilri-f't Monuments to Wilson.
llnJIB, Thursday. 'et. 31. Irrl-
i dentists are planning to erect rnon
, iiincnts to lresidcnt tlson In Trent
!iiinl Trieste In recognition of Irs
leading part In the struggle for the
I principle of the rlltbt of the peoples
to decide their own destinies.
British Take 172,000
German Prisoners in
Three Months Battle
liftMlOX, Nov. I. In I lie pnst
three months llic llrlllsli fun is III
I'raniv lu lakcn I "2. flat) prlmm
crs mill 2.,tTH ginis from the (Ar
mans, njs.inllng to an offitinl
oiiimiiiili-atlon re e I veil from
I lei. I Marslml llslg tonight.
Iiiirliig Hie moil Hi of (btobrr
Ihe llrlllsli forif fuditirui In
1'riitnf raptiirnl 40.000 prtsorMTs
nnd 025 guns.
vote for Howard for eongn'ns
Is a vole thrown away a vote
1st us nsk the lending, nctlve
workliii; rlemocrnis of Tulsa nod
the flrsi ismgn-vlimnf district, Just
what ihe) think of li. It. llownnl,
now ciiodlilatc for ismgn-ss, anil
the man who Is llsUlng them lo
"-I n i ii I by (lie priililent." W lint
(lo oii democrats think of a man
who lias not voted the democratic
ticket for years, telling you to
"stand by the president."
Kid I stand by the president"
two years uuo? No, lie did not
lie did not vote.
Will lie "stand by (he president''
ne Tuesday? No, lie will not
Iwcnii.NC he is nol reglsicnil and
cannot vote unless lie Is rejrts
Icred fraudulently, anil the new
law pnsscd by the pn.st iiniitntM
proildcs a s iiiilly of a fine of
$l.0on anil a year In the M-tiltcn-llarv
for iiilcmpi lo vote fniiidu
Iciuly. Hid 1 -s I Howard stand by Ihe
demiM-rats of Tulsii county when
they niH-sbsl him? No. He did not
i, he did not vote.
III he stjind by them next
Tuesday, when Ihe president of the
I lilted States Is apis-allrre In every
pnlrlo'le Hlien to stand hy him?.
Xo. lie will not because lie is
mil iei;islcn'd, nceonlini; to the
Tul.si (sitinty nglslratbei Issiks
closed last Saturday, Inspected
Monday. lnH'ctcil ngalii 1 ucs
ilai. nnd insMsicd 114-ain as laic
us Thursday. "
1 STATE STILL HOLDS
i TO FLU QUARANTINE
hi pllr of l'n'l lKriis.Nnii J'olluuhj
M.'t llu' I'IiIm M)riiliik'. Ir. UiUr
Sas iiotlirr Wu-K.
f;.3, NEw cases REPORiEoipivE-MILE RUSH MADE IN FLANDERS
Inxesllnallon iilillnlMec Sliill.lliv .
ol I niMiiriik'ioi," 'I'lii'lttrni nt
lous lo TliroH lioors tiH'ti.
Only lino Inlm.
I noi ls lonini;iie. 11 mom lis
'When nil danger is past, lie
(ii.ii a i,l n.e in Tui.s.1 wot be int... .
the slate board ol beallli.' In i . I.
Iteeilt l. i oiiiiI)' silpel Inleliilelit of
health, said over the telephone laM
Infill ' Not until the situation is
Clear and cullilll ions mole nuploved
t li .in now, will the state union Hie j
lr. Itceder had figures before him
f i urn Hie miih i ,,f the 1 1 made I
the le llonl teaclleis under tile illree-
tion of the iiivi siigaiion coin mil tee.
showing that for ;iic -1H boms pre
Ceilim, tln ,.iiii-y 1 .11 new casts bad
The Ntatlsins gathered li the coin
mittee slioweil .'i Mi cases leleased, as
compared t aim I e, ease, I for the tn
bonis up tn Wednesday evening.
A meeting will be held today to
determine what policy to adopt III
regard lo the ball. Theiitets are
anxious lo open. The movies have
films on baud that can be put on
the screen tonight or llns afternoon
and Hill Smith inn gel bis acts for
the Miupress for the Sunday matinee
providing the official figure thu ban
can be l.fled.
The theaters were all fumigated
last night und so far as the man
agers are concerned thev are ready
for tlie epidemic tn officially end.
They will be at the meeting this
morning at the council of defense,
and Will show thai other public
gatherings have been held from
time in lime and that with the fumi
gating of tho theaters, the flu should
be no more terrorillng and more
dangerous In their places of businet-s
than II is al other Institutions.
"Ir. .1 W. Inike. of Ihe state hoard
of health, who Is down with influ
eii7ji at Oklahoma 'lly. told persons
vialtln In Tulsa yesterday that he
hoped lo have the iuaniiitlnn lifted
by s week from Monday.
The city officials and the rntincll
of defense, will meet today with
physicians and the health depart
ment and the mailer will lie dis
cussed from every angle and some
recommendation made to the slate
hoard of health looklnK forward to
lifting thn ban.
Kansas opened up Thursday and
other states I bat have been In ihe
throenof Ihe epidemic are now out
of danger and have removed Ihe
closing restrictions In Kansas City,
however, the closing rules have only
been mollified More than twenty
people are not pei milled to congre
t ot ton McoHiur Csllrsl.
mrj'MHIA, S. :.. Nov. I. flover
nor Hichard 1 Manning today Issued
a call for a conference to be held
In Atlanta at some time In the im
mediate future of eotton producers,
bankers, merchants and the gover
nors of the cotton producing slates,
to consider the decline In cotton
As Niaied above, Mr. llownnl Is
not a iiiallflod voter. That pre
vents lilm fmm liobllnt; offler.
Not only 1I111L, hut the 101 1 laws.-f
of ihe stale of Oklahoma pmvldcs
Hint when a mnn fulls lo vole In
tlins lslnslsnllvl ebs'iifins, lie
loses his right of frmcldse loses
his right to vole for nil time.
A mnn who Is nol a voter, a man
who Is nol a tamcr, 11 man who
does not live In this district that
Is the cliiMS of man who Is pn1
slimlni; on the M'ople of Ibis eon-gn-selnnsl
dlstrl1 to send him In
imiigTisw, to "risbs-m the first
dlslrlet lo (he democratic Mirtv."
and to 'Slnnd by Hie president "
For sit years die democrats of
Tilsa comity have been called up
on to Miptsirt lid Howard, Iss-ause
lie was a "home hoy," and loyally
thev have siipsirfi'd him.
Tliey siipsirtcd hlni, urlien he
was not a voter, anil gtne no re
turn for that supsirt.
lliey supported him In Tulsa
county for nomltmtlon 11s ion-gri-sman.
and he was not a voter
In the illstrt.1.
They supported him for slnle
niiilln.r. ni pnnnlses t -distribution
of patronage, wbb ll lie never
They supsirted him when he
was knifing Hob Wollliims. and he
Is known to have made llic state
ment that II would lw heller for
Tulsa county If Williams were de
feated, because In thai event, lie,
ss state auditor, would control the
distribution of patronage. He
said at Ihe time that he controlled,
Capture 3,000 Prisoners;
,. . ,
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;rrack est or aicusc; join mi
French in Aisnc ()ffensic.
KelKians Push on; Haiff
and Serbs Reach
f., K1 1
WITH TDK AMKRK'AN KOKCKS NORTH WKST OF
V'KKDUN, Nov. 1. (leneral Pershing's forces attacked the
(lerman position on this front today. At least a dozen vil-
)yjrji W(T0 CttptUTl'tl
Soonnfter noonthc American troops, had passed Imecourt
anil P.ayonville. The Americans stormed Andevannc and
cleared the Hois des Loges where they encountered the most
serious opposition of the day.
The line at (! o'clock this evening extended through the
northern part of the Boia des Ixiges to the eastward and then
well north of Aincreville and Clery-le-GraiuI.
Most of the villages captured had been fortified by the
LONDON, Nov. 1. Today'H attack in Flanders was re
warded by an advance of more than five miles on a ten-mile
front. It brought the allies to the Scheldt from Berchem to
Cavere, ten miles south of Ghent. This advance probably will
ejjable the Belgians to push the enemy over the Derivation
canal to the Terneuse canal.
South of Valenciennes the attack resulted in an advance of
two miles on a four-mile front
and Preseau, thus reaching the
nes, which is flooded.
The French and Americans
battle line, attacking through
tween three and four miles and
ItOlT OI" Al iVUllAM
All Ml IIS CONTlSrl.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 1 --Hoilt of
Ihe Austrian armies on the Italian
front coiil limes said an official dis
patch from Home. Ths number of
prisoners Is Increasingly rapidly and
continuously while mors than 700
captured guns have been rounteil
The booty ruptured already Is of
After annihilating the resistance
of the Austrians nl the I .lvenr.it. Hal
Ian c. ivali divisions have v"hed
forward and now are Hearing the
Tagliami nto river Great numbers
of alrpliu.es preeedin the Itullan
troops are using their machine Kn"
on the retreating enemy columns.
The Italians are also fast advanc
ing in Ihe direction of I'dlne, and
pordine already has been taken. The
third army reinforced by marines
has occupied the whole Intrlrale snne
along Hie Adriatic
llelhino has been
occupied by the
12th army, while al
as stale auditor, onc-liilf of the
appointments In be school Isnd
offli-e and lliat he had II appolnl
nienis to Is' made out of his tiffin-,
and that every one of them
would come lo dennsTnts In 'INilsa
(siiiiiI). All Ihe denHs'rnls who
have Iss-n clven offli-es and Jobs
fnim Tulsa isiinily hy lid llowanl,
please slnnd up.
I si Howard tins slicked the stale
IMilitiiul lent for years on the
strength of behut a "home lx" of
Tulsa, when he didn't lake Inter
est enough In Uie (rcncral welfare
of Tulsa or Ihe general welfare of
Ihe democratic party to register
and vote, and It not registered
That Is "stnndlng hy tKe presl
dciil." Shnme on a mnn who Is nn
even 11 voter nttacklne the loy
Ity of a mnn like Ilert (lisndler .
a man who does nol take Intensi
enough In bis isuiotry In times of
war lo assert his right of fran
chise: nnd shame on 11 mnn who
falls to vote falls 'to register,
cryliiK loud lo the housetops for
men to "stand by Ihe president,"
when that same 1111111 lias ncglislcd
lo lake advantage of the only right
he is, u Id Msscss ut this lime to
enable him 10 "stand by Ihe presi
dent" that f registering.
del the I mill he known about
the man who Irving lo hoodwink
Ihe Msiple of Tulsa Into sending
him to congress.
Va nn.Mliliic more hypocritical
France and Belgium
r . I
. ...... i
Takes ;J,000; French
uu luiiuin num.
Morc than 11,000 prisoners were taken.
and the capture of Aulnoy
southern edge of Valcncien
on the southern part of the
Attigny, have advanced be
are nearing Buzancy.
the extreme sector of the front Ital
ian marines have occupied Caorln.
From Ihe Kt. Klrtn to the Astleo,
the Austrian are slrongly resisting,
thn dispatch said, but they are wav
ering beyond Ihe Asisgo pleateuu
and are In utter rout all along the
rest of tho front.
The greatest defense that the
enemy has Is the natural obstacle
along the road of Its reireat, adds
the dlspulch. "Our Irnops are full
of enthusiasm and are following the
enemy relentlessly. The Italian
artillery has been rapidly brought
Into action and all the raptured
enemy artillery being used to ham
per Ihe retreat.
"The value of the raptured booty
ran already be calculated In Ihe bll
lions." naiTIKII CAITVRK
11NOON, ,,Nov 1.--Attacking on
a front of six miles south of Val
enciennes this morning Kngllsh and
Canadian troops captured between
two and three thousand prisoners
and Inflicted extremely heavy lossus
on tho enemy.
This announcement Is made In the
official report from Field Marshal
I'ltlA't'll AND MiltllK
t.i 'I TO lll il. KADI ..
S A I. ON IK I. Nov. 1. French and
Serbian cavalry have reached the
outer defenses of Jlelgrade, capital
of Serbia, says a. French official
communication Issued llns evening
The French and Serbian forces ure
approaching Semeiidrut. about 30
miles Miuthenst of P.elgrade. Her
biau troops have occupied Prnjega.
I HI M H AM) YANKS
ATTACK O.N AISNI1.
PAHIS, Nov. I. - The fourth
Fiench army In conjunction with the
Americana on their right launched at)
alt;ick this morning on the Aistie
front, on the south of Voiiraers. ac
cording to the official statement is
sued by the war office tonight. The
attack was on a front of about 1 2 'a
miles from the region nf Alligny to
north of 1 ilUy.
API. II S (JAIN ON
Al,l llATrU-. MXKS.
n y The Awitlsl I'rrMi.
From the mountain regions of
northern Halv to the plain of Veil-
t'ONTIXI Kit S P.MIK TKN )
Agrees on Armistice
For German Sea Power
MtXDOX, Nov. I. Tlie Ver
sailles conference finally nereed
lute yesterday on Ihe armistice
terms trovoriiint,' the maritime
power of the central empires. The
pniosals conlaln six isilnts which
are believed to throw every safe
guard around the (Jeminn fleet.
PAY FOR SOLDIERS
( oiigreMsman ((( I Vrrls KAid Monry
l'or Hoys In Khaki Was of No
WOULDNT ALLOr" THEM $30
fills Same lan Is Advising livery.
Issly low lo Vole In Conilng
Si oit Ferris, with his usual ego
tism, is presuming to tell the people
of Hie First district of Oklahoma
and of other districts of the United
Stales that no one except a demo
crat should be elected to congress
Ibis fall. Ho has challenged the
patriotism of every republican,
Il Is a well known fast that Mr.
Ferris was against the draft act until
be was furred by public sentiment
lo be for the draft act. Mr. Ferris
has been a member of congress In
the past session, and has had an op
portunity lo vole on the war meas
ures. I', unlll the beginning of this
war Hie private soldiers received III
a month. When the draft set was
framed by the house of represents
ties It provided not only for draft
lug the boys hut also for raising Ihe .
monthly salary of a private to 111
n month. Thn senate (a democratic
senate) reduced this amount of I JO
a month and the hill coma out of
conference and back to the house
recommended by Chairman Dent, a
democrat, who had been against all
war measures, and the house was
asked to endorse th senate bill re
duclng the soldiers' wages from 110.
Mr. flood, a republican from lows,
offered a resolution that the bill be
sent back to the senate, and that the
boys who sacrificed everything for
thn country should at Inst be paid
130 a month, when Canadians were
being paid 111 and Australians were
being paid 1(5 a month, This was
known as the Good resolution.
Mr. Ferris voted against that rees.
lotion. In other words ha voted to
keep from paying the boys of
America the paltry sum of 110 a
month for their services and their
lives. Ilia vote la recorded on page
1117, Congressional Reenrd, volume
65, part 1, of the sixty-fifth oongraas,
first session. Ilert Chandler, republi
can representative of (ha First dis
trict nf congress, voted for this
resolution. Tn other words, Mr.
Chandler voted for tha soldiers, as
also did W, W. Hastings, democratic
representative from thn Second dis
trict of Oklahoma, and Mr. Thomp
son, another democrat from Okla
homa. To show that Scott Ferris la now
telling what he knows not to ba true,
he staled In debating on the Good,
resolution as follows: '
'I desire tn state to gentlemen
nn (lie other sido of the house
(meaning republican aide) that the
republicans have In k the past
showed unusual, almost tin
parallrtl, patriotism. In helping lo
get Ibis work done.'
This statement was made whan the
campaign was not on.
Scott Ferris also said In the debate
on the (lood resolution. In reference
lo whether the soldier boys of
America should be paid $10 a month,
"The matter Is not of far-reaching
Mr. Ferris, safe In tha halls of con
gress, with no opportunity or inten
tion in neoome a soldier, tnought It
was of no consequence that the boys
of America should not receive the
paltry sum of 130 per month for
their services and their lives.
These quotations from Hcott Fer
ris' speech' may he found on page
2113, Congressional Hecord. volume
!fi, part 3, sixty-fifth congress, first
It might be well for Scott Ferris
to explain to thn soldiers" of the
I'nlte.l States and tn the people In
his ow n district why he voted against
the soldier hoys in this matter, in
stead of presumptuously-n.elllng the
people outside of his district in the
I 'tilled States, merely because he is
a professional democratic politician,
that thev should return no one but
democrats to congress.
AIR REPORT SHOWS NEED
OF REPUBLICAN CONGRESS
WASHINGTON, Nov. 1 Hepre
"entatlve Fens of Ohio, chairman of
he republican congressional com
mittee. Issued a statement today
commenting upon the Hugh' t air.
.raft report. He referred to .itrflts
of the. Ford plant and t "be -palling
waste of money a o C "ed
in sundry Instances.'' Ileca the
senate military committee's ,urt of
.t few mouths ago, Mr. Fees -id:
"These two reports emphasize the
imperative necessity of some legis.
la'.lve supervision over Ihe vest ex
pendituies congress Is appropriating
"The president has resisted all ef
forts to that end and has charged
republicans with a desire to control
him because of their contention that
an auditing system must be adopted
whereby the department which ex
pends the money must not be left to
audit Its own accounts, but left to
the authority of the body that au
thorizes Ihe expenditure.
I'nllre Crew Is Ixast.
OTTAWA, Nov. 1. The entire
crew of fiO men of the Dominion
naval patrol steamer Oallano was lost
when the vessel foundered in a storm
off Charlotte island. II. C, October
.'M, It was announced here today bj
tho naval service department.