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CIVIC PRIDE, THE HOME,
A GREATER TULSA
VOL. XIV, NO. 98.
TULSA, OKLAHOMA, SUNDAY, JANUARY 4, 1020.
r'llli'lY V.ll It 1'UlKH
IN Tllllll br.l'l IONS
PRICE 5 CENTS.
War Corporation Meets
Appeal Made by Amer- !
USED FOR EXPORTING
Seventeen Million Dollars
to Be Employed to As
sist Stricken Areas.
DEMAND AMPLE SECURITIES
Complete Data Required
Secretary Glass Stand
WASHINGTON, Jnn. 3 Appeals or
American business for aid in financ
ing the reconstruction of Burope
were answered today when tho war
finance corporation announced that
four loans, aggregating 117,000,000,
$17,000 000 soon would bo mado tt
.nmmerH.il Interests, which Will cm-
..i,... i.n mnnnv In exnrtrtinir needed I
Lnr;!i in tho stricken nations. . "7 I'Ot'IS, Jan S.An organisation to
m",;r,r,,J , f f Lnlnlnr. h-iHl,urlber ih ""'ILIacy In Missouri of (len-
Wlilo difference of op nlon , ,rJ Woo( ff (hr blf,n 'm
existed atnont! government officials j (nation for tho presidency, baa been of
as to the advisability of extending j fectrd here, with .ludn .1. Ili-nry I.amm,
rovcrnniental aid to manufacturing , candidate for tjorernor t tho lut election.
1 winlnn nf thn corrtorn- chairman.
li tin nowera under tho
1 i i ...o- fin-n... enmnntliin
amended war flnanco corporation
act came a no surprise. However, as ,
Secretary (3lnsH has taken a stand (
In favor of KlvlnK assistance
War finance corporation officials
here were reticent tonight about
plans for further loans. They ad
mitted, however, that "sheaves of
applications for advances" wero un
der consideration. It was not be
lieved that tho loans would bo madn
freely, olthouBh certainly more will
bo announced within thu next few
tt -1 m.An l,ii.lnn.n liniiqrq I
hav. boon freouent visitors at the I
.Yri..., . v, ,n.,llni. .ml nf. "n"1" removea ere moae Uur en
offices of the corporation and or- , ln cem(,friM onuide the rone of the
flclals havn thus obtained ltiforma- armlea and ,o not lnr'ude tho.e rathere-t
Hon of value as to tho general needs, . inti blc American cemeterlei In the army
both hero and nbroad It wns point- '"' :
ed our that whllo tho American man- MfcMCO CITV. Jan. 3. One th;,u.and
ufacturer possibly could find mar- ','ar l,,i." "Leh!M
kets for his product here, ho would SJ"fi..,0.,iV"lW iJ&W'll1
not be fftabllshlng himself in tho I pulnlon according to reports. Federal cot
world trude, and such a situation, ernment authorltlee took alepa to prevent
business men have told officials. ,h "tale from carrying Into effect the
woul.l result In the relegation of P'ovlalona of this legation.
American products to secondary lm- i kaN'.'.'AH C1TV. Mo. Jan. 3 A delega
portaneo in World traffic. , t on of nromlnent Mli.nnrlie. -Ill 1.. i.
The loans announced wero corn-
nfirfltlvolv nmnll but thov wero bo-
Ileved to foreenst tho attitude of tho "cratlc convent The detleTatlon headed ' t , ,d u, pxtcnsiyo plans
eorporatlon-s future action .ailt- i Sj,1,,, 10 3" ,n J "aM the'Kan work boXnlng Imtiioillately next'
edged securities wero demanded and , , my ,.,vttUX. 4lch leivea for Wa.h I week. Many hearings aro scheduled
completa data as to how the firms , tnittoii at U o'clock. 1 together with numerous Investlga-
recelvlng tho government's help ,,..., . , thins. Including !n.iu!rln Into bol-
werc to use tho money was required. AIUNfrrOV Jan. 3 A 'onfercoce 1 novBm nllll 0ti10r radical prnpa
Two loans, each for $5,000,000. havo ' Ireetora of the dlvlilona of. the general d tho navy wnr decoration
been arranged .In flnanco the , exnor- J,"-, ' - Tontversv tho federal
tatlon of locomotives and ngrlcul- n,krr Inr j,nlllry 5 lo rtiM.n ,te fle lrado commission an.l lut employes,
tural machinery. Tho locomotives tatn of army vocational training and lo ; tho coal situation, war i-xpetidlturcH.
tural machinery to England, France formulate a general program for the con tlic Mexican situation and print pa-
A third loan of JK, 000. 000, nego
tiations for which were said to have
passed tn tho final stage, will go to
an electrical mnchlnery was. de
was destroyed by the Germans.' ,
An advance of J2.00O.00O Is also 1
Included in tho total of J17.000.000
to go to several hanks which will i.V.W CIIICAOO. Jan. 3. - Important
furnlfh funds for the exportation of ; . thau in aouthern France. conferences of republicans In prep
machinery to reconstruct steel mills . ! aratloa for the national convention
in Franco. FOIIT WOKTH. Teaai. Jan. D. Jerkton I here next June will begin on Monday
Loans which tho corporation Is
mftklnf ni-n nrrnnt.0,1 linrlni- (bo wnr
: " ---
mlts the loaning of not to exceed
11 000 000 ln aiding American In
dustry to export to Kuropc.
NOT TO ACT ON SUGAR
President Not to i:crclso Functions
In Itcgard tn Cuban Crop Orutltecl
by MeN'tiry Measure.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 3. Presi
dent Wilson has decided not to ex-
Irri'!0 his powers conferred In tho "
McNary gugar control bill author- j-ii . rri ,t f
lfing purchase and distribution otHiyCt 1 1 ftim fT
"he Cuban sugar crop, according to
a statement issued tonight at the
The statement said tho president
had decided on the basis of facts
presented for his consideration and
lie recommendation of tho sugar
;qiiallzatlotr board that this power
nould not be oxerclsed.
co.vnxui! nuw Ti:'sTisroNY.
Tho Mnro Alienist. Dpclaro Defend
Jnsano When no Shot rinncc.
ANOEl.n.s, Cal., Jan. 3. Two
ere allenlstfl testified for the de
;.'e t?('ay, in the trial of Harry
v gci1 murderer of tils fiance,
' Lesser, giving opinions that
voirl " l.n8ane whon he shot tho
ounc woman near hern last July.
Dr t-y Xer Dr- K' ll0!B
und.e lawyer. Tho tatter was
court C?.M exa"ilnatlon whon tho
rnorning unl" onaily
An.rlea-, Greatest Contralto and Her
"IS LOUISE II0MF.lt Soprano.
CONVENTION UALL. MONDAT.
Ux'Vo V' lM 12 "-l .S0 war
ow 1A' Maliaerd,ra filled
Melcp, 1 ch,:k " 'elf-addressed
RoriEiiT iioicb causox
S01 South ClnelnnaU.
World's News Told
in Condensed Form
for Hurried Readers
LYONS'. KTanre, Jn, a. Nicholas
Picerd, celebrated painter and director of
the National School of Fine Art here,
OII10AUO, Jib. 8. To prerenl further
deaths from beyerexes fotitalnlni wood' al
cohol Coroner Peter M Hoffmen atifiest
cd toJay that the poison he colured blue
CIIICAOO. -'an. 3 --Hen John .T. per
hinE will return to,Chl-ar;o from Lincoln
Ne b , tomorrow to resume hfii uuqiertion ef
army camps, suspended oter Iho Christmas
Kli I'ASV), Tmu, Jan !) Mauor mu
(rllrijr across the International boundary
hero early today claimed Its fifth victim
la plalol battles when Henry Renfro,
nejro, was killed.
WARHIVPTOK. Jn. 3 Mm. Town
send, wife of Konator Charles T. Townsend
of Michigan, was reported tJay In be In
a tl Tins' condition. Phynl-iana mid thit her
death n only a matter of a few hours
I.O.VDO.V Jan. 3 Lord dray, nrlllsli
ambassador to the United Mates, on re
turning to Encland will itibmit financial
proeosala to the Ilrltlih rocernmont. the
rill Hill Osteite announced today.
I.O.VIION', Jan. 8. Mr John Mraon,
former aocrelary for home affairs, liberal
candidate for the home of roramona In
the fipen taller byeleetlon, wie defeated
by Tom Meyert, tho labor' candidate.
WAHni.VOTOV. Jan. 8. The war depart
ment today Issued orders relleflng Mj.
Oen. Edward M I.ewia from hit present
duty at Hondas, Arlr. and assigned him
to command Camp I'lke, Ark. and the
miru omaion wmcn ii stationed there.
'?-0N',0- .Jn- a Oeneral Penellne
m Mtitnern nul hat been
orprthrown ,nd (!,ntMl loinaB,i,. h,
Defn Pho,en to replace Oeneral Deneklne
at antl boliheTlk chief accordlnit to a
wlrelela dluiatrh received here frn
cow quoting advirea from Tajanros.
LONDON. Jan. 3. The Ion? pending
ware dlipute between the e-oternment and
the railway unlona eem to havo been
lettled. The victory apparentlr la on the
ldo of the railway men. Tho detail of
the new offer by the government which
the nation union of railway men haa Ac
cepted will be announced Sunday,
PATIIM Jan Thn IVon!,
haa granted nermlaalon for tho removal
Of the bodlei of "0 000 Amerlrkh inldUp.
ln'l(.A .!". !'"." " l,.n "!!"I
Its way tonight to Wathlngton. determined
to bring to Kintal (Tltv the national dem
ference of dlvUlon and departmental com ,
PAI1IS, Jan. 3 Kamlllea of 10 and 12
thildrtn mrr 10np tirtxrl h T'ramior i
Oli-mfneejui, who U tour trie ttn lrrrt"1nl
of v'.,,!" "ontilueney in the chamber '..
depullea. M .irinenceau point" o" ,
J," rural audlencea the need of repeophng1
""rneu, runeu 01 uneie nam a Indian
"l Can now buy an aUtOulOblle a ,
emn nv k rhanrftir l AAU n in ,
Ir,g $200 000 to the liaptut church. Cat
ur n roki urur. ill 11111011 10 Lnnii
nena ot uainmgion rommuaioner or In "i iikuiiiwiii-i iu unv-t nun
dlan affairs arrived here today from Jack-1 Hayes, chairman of the national
on'a home at Ifenryetta and all that he 1 committee. "
had authorlted the eipeudlturei for the I Two candidates for the preslden-
inr;in.hm,..' ." i'n",i.1r','7r"1 "i I tla' nomlnaton havo accepted Invlta
I.nd. ,hou,,,ld 1 I". d.tvoJ from H llops to ,h(, ,nnor am, nr xpected
WAeiUNOTO.V Jair. 3. Carter Olaia I to speak. General Leonard Wood
will not take his teat as lenator from ' gava his acceptance today Oov
Virjlnla when cnngreii reconvenet Mon- , ernor Frank O. I.owden of Illinois
day having anerted to the requeat ot arrepted his Invitation last Fuday.
President i aon that he remain secre- I mlonal eomtnitteemi'ti, state
rary 15, by which ,W, li l."eire".ed hi. Hlrini"ii and members of the wo
auceenor will be nominated and confirmed men's comn.Vtecs nro expected from
Mr (llasi wa. appointed senator to iuc: states, Including Kansas, Okla
ceed the late Senator Martin. ' hotna and Missouri.
x ioi r ii-nm i jt
Reaches U. S.
Ni:w YORK. Jan. 3 Rroken
In health and bearing on hur right
thumb tho red tattoo mark Iden
tifying her nB a Mohammedan
slave, Vartanousch Karagheusian,
a 20-year-old Armenian girl, spont
today In tho company of her
brother, John M. Karagheusian,
a wealthy rug dealer of Minneap
olis, whom sho had not seen In
12 years. She lg the first to reach
America of tho victims of the
Turkish deportations in 10H-10
when thousands of Armenian and
Kyclan women were drlvun from
their homes to Aleppo. Sho ar
rlvud In this country a few days
ago with Marshall Ingalls Mays
of Topeka, Kan., a near east re
Theaters, automobile rides, pret
ty clothes and nil tho comfortB of
one of tho city's biggest hotels
have failed to bring a smile of
pleasure to the girl's lips. Whon
sho met her brother shn broke
Into a fit of hysturlcnl weeping and
despite his efforts to amuse her
the veil of sadness remains.
"She docs not realize she Is In
New York," her brother said,
"Sho thinks sho Is In heaven."
Her digestive organs, have been
seriously Impaired by her priva
tions while In the hands of tho
Turks and her diet consists wholly
of liquid food with small hits of
Miss Karagheusian was driven
from her home with all her, rela
EVOLVE NO PLAN
TO ACCEPT PACT
Senate Convenes Tomor
row With Treaty
EJECT BERGER PLAN
House Expected to Deny So
cialist Seat Following
HEAVY PROGRAM IS AHEAD
Congress Gathers After Re
cess With Mnny Questions
WASIIINOTON, Jan. 3. Members
of the scnato and houso began to
return to Washington today for tho
reconvening of congress nt noon
Tho senate will rcsumn debate, on
tho .Sterling sedition Mile penalizing
attempts to overthrow tho govern
ment, while In tho houso the caso of
Victor Ilergor, tho Mllwauki-o so
rlallst re-elected after tin- houso Imd
unseated him, Is I'xpi ei l tn come
up with jirospocts of summary action
ugnltuit denying Uorger a seat.
Tho houso also on Monday will
hear Hpi'eclies on the Irish and othor
questions and begin work on tho
long string of appropriation bills
which promlso to keep tho lower
body engaged for monihs to come
with rigid economizing promised by
tho republican leaders.
No lla.sls lie.'U'licil.
Developments toward disposal of
tho ncrmtin peace treaty uro ox
pctceed next week but with few lead
ers ontortalnlng hopo foe definlto
action much before February. Com
promise oonferences continued today
but the senate will reasMpmblo next
week with no tangible hauls for a
settlement effectd during tho holi
Thn nrocrnm of leKlslntlnn await
ing congress Is virtually Intermin
able Including army and navy poll,
cles and measures to deal with In
dustrial disputes, development of
natural resources nnd Innumerable
reconstruction problms. -Hall
1mv Is Up.
The first legislation to be com
pleted is tho railroad reorganization
measure and tho oil, gas, coal and
phosphate land leasing bill, both of
whlcn ure in coniercnce wun wic
t)rosnect of enactment this month,
i.ni.. ..e r.n.
- , , T,(m,,. Address .Con-
" V,V , .. .
fcroitco lit Chicago on Monday.
llinrnnc when promlueot men and
,,.,. tnm h rolililln mntna. lm
. .... ....
w11 n ,no, national comniiiice on
rr f f itri
I 1llfich VI 1CY1I IO
hi i koi l J. J. co utu
to Find Brother
tives In l''l" From July until
October h v were kept on the
road by th-- urutu Tuik.sh guirls.
Their only food was vegetation
found In the fields along the
Ono by one the refugees dropped
by the waslde. Her mother was
the first to go and died in her
arms. Shn alone of the family
survived lh horrors of ths inarch.
Through tho help of a girl friend
tlie captive found work In a
' 'rn.Mul, Vw.ar.llf.1 li t. V...lltll
' baso and sho nursed the wounded
thero for several months. When
the Drltlili captured Jerusalem
sho mado her cscapo to tho
While working In a soup kitchen
she mot an Armenian In the
French army who had visited
America and knew her brother.
Tho soldier Immediately communi
cated with tha rug dealer who re
listed thn aid of the near o.mt re
lief and arranged for the girl's
transportation to this country. She
will be uent to school ln Minneap
olis. Mrs. Araxle Hatchlglan, almost
penniless widow of an Armenian
college professor slain by tho
Turks, arrived hero today witn her
two children. 2 and 10 yearn old,
In search of "Mrs, Hagopnn it
school teacher In California Sho
supposed California was wrhin
walking jllatauca of New York."
Gove and Reed Left
Out When Democrats
Select Dinner Party
World' Washington bureau.
Tout Unti l mi
WASHINGTON, 1. C, Jan. 3.
It beonino known tonight that Hen
ntuis (lore of Oklahoma nnd Ituod
nf Mlhsourl will not ho Invited to
thn Jackson day dinner hero
Ttmrmlity nlgbt. Tho list nn two
fully ei'tiHorpd toihiy and the two
names xtm-ltcn off. It Wan said
thut Iteed and (lorn havo Ixcn
antl-admlttUtratltiK ami ate out of
touch wltli the party on many
It wan announced tonight that
tho list of nppllcantit for places at
tho hamiilot havo burnt so hoavy
that two hotolfl Instrad of olio will
Creek Only County Con
ceded to Jako
Uninstrueled Delegates Ex
pected to Support Ponca
Interest ln tho contest In tho
fourth congressional district over
tho republican national committee
man fight Increased yesterday as re
ports canto ln from tho various
counties In tho district Tho first re
turns to reach Tulsa from Creek
county, whero Hamon was In tho
lead, and claimed tho dlsttlet. C. II,
ltogcrs, who Is ono of tho leaders
for tho Hamon forces In Tialsa, an
nounced early Tn tho day that Hamon
had won overwhelmingly In every
county lntho district, except I'ottii
watombi county, which was In doubt.
Ho claimed all other counties by
majorities ranging from two to ono
to flvo lo nothing for Hamon. This
Information "as iiiicoiiflrmnd by u
long distnnco telephone mcssago
fiom II. (!. pauldlng, editor of thn
Hhawnee News to Tho World yeater
day afternoon. Mr. Spnuldiug stated
that MeOraw had carrlul l'otta-u-atomle
county by 40 majority. Tho
volo In tho city of Kluwneo was
equally divided, 20 for .Mcflraw and
20 for Hamon Mcdraw carried
ovcry precinct In Tecumsch, tho
L. 11. Nicholas, editor of tho Un
pen County Ilepubllcatt, published at
Chandler, telephoned The World at
4 o'clock yesterday aflerWon that
McGraw had a lead of 12 voles In
that county among Instructed pro
olnct delegates and ntnnng tho tin
Instructed delegates Mcflraw had a
strong lend and that he would havo
Tho only county In tho district
which Claudo linker, manuger of
Mc'lraw, conceded to tho Hamon
forces In a long distance telephone
call from Oklahoma City wns Creek.
Ho admitted that It was doubtful If
Mcdraw would have any votes In tho
district convention from thnt county,
linvtru? lost thn rirlmarv hv from fiO
to 75 majority. The only other
! doubtful county In tho district was
1 Hughes. Tho McGraw supporters ln
i that county, however, still claimed
! a victory.
There are nine counties In win
fourth district, Lincoln. Creek, Ok
fuskee, Cole, Pontotoc, Hughes, Hem
Inolo, Johnson and Pottawatomie.
Tho county convention will be held
January X and the district conven
tion nt Shnwneo January 10.
Hcavu Damage Caused
bu FlaniCR at Danville
DANVIM.F, Va., Jan. 3. -Fire,
which raged nearly throe hours hero
tonight destroyed thn greater part
of th" business block on the east
side of Main street nnd between
T'nlon and Market streets, causing
damage estimated nt between JfiOO,
0i0 anil $700,000. The flamis origi
nated from nn undetermined cauao
In a department tttorn destroying
among others the $2r,0,000 Masonic
temple an'' damaging tho building
occupied hy the Danville Jteglster
and Danville Kee.
Plan Trnito OffriiMhi.
LONDON, Jan. 2 Tho Kritlsh
government Is planning a great over
seas trude offensive, declared Hlr
Ilatnas Greenwood, head of the de
partment of overseas trade, In an In
terview' today. It includes touring
trade exhibitions In South Africa,
Australia, New Zealand and Canada.
Schumacher nnd Atkinson, archi
tects, 8 IS-IB Mayo.
Always be yourself but "Know
Whon a man wabbles from his fixed
purpose, lie terminates his determi
nation to win.
Tho fellow who tries to mako up
tlm a living a fast life will soon be
side-tracked for repairs.
Has your present Job a roof to I' 7
The Akyllght by which you rnny
'limb t a i:iif h'gh'r p - "-on is a
ttiint Ad Till Tile World readers'
villi' you cart do well. Call Osage
Thoughts to Think
ONE MAN KILLED
AND 05 INJURED
Great Western Passenger
Derailed Near Wyeth,
BROKEN RAIL IS CAUSE
Coaches Roll Down Embank
mcnt and Day Coach
Turns Completely Over.
MORE DEATHS EXPECTED
Nine Others May Not Sur
vive; Victims Ave Taken
to St. .Joseph Hospital.
ST. JOSi;i'll, Mo., .Inn. !1.
Among tho Inn M'tiously Injiiii'il
an": .Malo l. Iloycr, TiiImi. Okla.,
cut on licail, finxt mill HlioiildcrH.
Ii Curler, (negrit) .MusUuiy,
ol.ln. l-rt leg hrulxctl mill back
All till' mom seriously Injtiml
vtcnl fisini piilnlH imrlli of Kim.
ST. J09i;PII, Mo., Ian. 3. One
death and eft Injuted Is the rexillt of
a wreck oftbe Chicago ureal Western
nawieiKfer tinln No. 3. which oc
curred early today near Wyeth, Mo.,
22 mllcH mirth of hen .
K. J. McGtath. a section foreman
of the railroad from Allketi, .Minn,
who died at 3 o'clock this af let noon
nt Fnsworth hm-pltal, wns tho only
fatality late tunlKlii. 'KherH ate in
a iKirluiiH condition and It Is ex
pected that Aire. Until Jackson, a
negroKH, lies Moines, Iowa, will not
Tim wieck was canned by a
broken rail, railroad officials said.
The iletailment occurred near a
trestle crossing the 102 river. Tho
locomotive, the b.iggagR car Mini a
day coach passed the broken rail In
Hafety and crossed the trentle. The
remainder of the cats left tho rails
The day eo.iehiH rolled down the im
tintiktneut and tho sleeping ours
piled up along tho right of wuy In
the rear. A day coach crowded
with ptu)aungem turncil completely
More than HO of tho injured are
In St- Joseph hospltalii, Tho others
aro nt holds hern or proceeded on
Sevetal of the coaches' turned
completely over while tho first two
and I.lhI three cars ln the train of
10 remained secutely on tho track
Tho tncineei Immediately ran las
etiglno to Savannah, Mo., where hu
reported tho wreck and returned to
the scene nf the accident.
The rolling coaches crashod Into
telegraph poles along the right of
Uvay and for several hours wire com
munication witn.wyoin wu severeo.
Not until thn truln bearing the In
jured had reached Ht. Joseph was
tho magnitude of tlm wreck realized.
The following uro believed lo bu
Mrs. 1 1 u til Jackwn. Hes Mollies,
(colored), bark broken; fatal.
Mrs. O. II. Hansen, (llentvood,
Minn., very serious cuts.
Guy Holllngshiad, Uedbow Can.,
very serious cuts. '
Kruno Palowsky, soldier, Chicago,
probably fatally cut.
J. C Jiiuch. St. Joseph, Mo, In
ternal Injuries, probably fatal.
Mrs Itutli lleneey, lloono In.,
badly bruised; may bo fatal.
1.. 11. Iiyton. IJIuo Itaplds, Kan.,
NEW SUSPECT SOUGHT
Atilliorillfs Ncurlng n Solution In
llmvtn ImcHtlgnlloii Itobbcry Is
Now Thought Mutlui.
MOUNT CM5MHNH, Mlh.. Jan. 3
Authorities aro Hearing a solution of
the niNMlerv Hun oundlng the death
of J. Stanley Ilrown, thn woalthy
son of a Dittroit iniinufiiutute. ,
whoso body was found on a count! y
road near here on December 23. at -
cording to Alexander J. flroosbeck,
statn'n attorney general who took
ehaigo of the Investigation yesiei -ilav
He mado no statement an to
what developments his opinion was
baatfld upon Authorities lot it be
known, however, that new r.lrciiin
stnntlnl evidence Implicated a man
wild to have left Mount Clemens with
Ilrown nt a late hour on the nigh
tho latter was shot to death. The at
torney general'tt Inquiry, ho an
nounced, will ho rimuinej on Mon
day Serious consideration Is given the
theory that robbery and not Jeal
ousy, WW'S the motive.
.Jt h.ia been established tbatt Ilroun
a few weeks before hut death, with
drew from a Detroit truet company
$12,000 In stocks and bonds, snd
$3,800 In oimh. No record of wlm'
converted tho securities Into cash
Ust your proporty with fitly W
'hnnn He will sell It. Advt
4 P. M. Y. M. C. A.
Speaker: Dr. Forest Madox of
Homo Milnn J'uard, Kouth
Music, In charge of Charles O.
Special quartet from nuptlst
l.vangellcal Team will sing,
EvOLuilunAKT riui I
"President" Clemenceau to Marry
At. -ft 'aPtaat
sf wm im r 1st .
i.t I . - . vl
Premier I 'leiilenis-llli
PAKIS. Jan 3 Allu Ion It the ",ippp aching maniai-n" of Premier
Clenicnceau to the widow of a "foimer senator and former ambassador of
Kt-.mee " lu tiiii.le bv 1 1 ii in.Ltiite tnd.i It In tide i si find that this lefers
to gossip wh.ih hn. bet n tiirtint In I 'nils polltir.il cuctcH fur some dhjs
that M Clciucnri mi had ui.irrled CMinle.n irAunay. widow of Count
Charles lo pe'etiei il'Auu.iy. fonnei nmb ihsiuli.r of Friwiru lit Kerne The
marriage was twild to have taken pl.ee In Kniilaml a foi'UilKht gu. Alt
aiiihoiity verj clone to the pit mler. howevev, declares the sttuy Is qultn
without foundation. Tim uounlcon Is of an American family, Tho pntinler
Is 7U eurN old
Available records fall lo show of what American family the Coliulesu
d'Aunay Is n member.
Premier Clemen, euu haa announced In thu French chamber of dapti
ties that ho will teslgn eaily In January. It Is ssld he has mado all ar
rangements to succeed In the 1'ieiinh presidency, nnd has picked M,
Mlllerand lo succeed to the liteuilemlilii.
M, Millvrand has for many years been Identified with French pilblla
life. He has lime and again held the post of minister in vitrluiis depart
nienhi of the government. Ho Is strung politically nnd has a large following.
Enumerators for Tulsa
Are Undirected and
NO SUPElwisOR HERE
Chamber of Commerce Takes
Charge Monday Morniiij;
to Aid Workers.
T'norgntilzod, Ignorant of their dl
Irlele, without sufficient upplios,
and without a supervlnor, Dim uiiurn
erators appointed to take the oou
huh of Tulsa li.ive to dato mado but
With James H. Davenport, district
eumerator ln Vlnlta, tho census tak
ers besieged the offices of tho
chamber of commerce, and the Auto
club in the iniinlulp.tl building yes
terday and Friday trying to obtain
IriHlruntlotis regarding their work.
Although the portfolio of suppl es
given c iicli enumerator contftlns it
description of the district In which
he In to work, tlip information Is
meager and in many rnsei the direc
tions are hard to follow ow nir to
thn confuseil numbering nf the
sheets and the lack of etreet name
slgtifl over the city Hever.il of the
t ij.STlNI.Kn ti l-Alih TWM.VK.
llifjfCHl Sale J n Oil
IHhIoi U lo Standard
From Condan it Co.
Announcement was nmile In
Tu lea Saturday of tin- sale by
Cosden oi Co. of 1 s.OuO 'ins of
gasolene nnd kerosene to tha
Standard Oil company of Indiana.
This includes 7C, iioo.OQO gallons
of gasolene nnd half it much
kerosene The product of the
Tulsa refinery will ci,.t the Mtand-H-il
approximately $17,000,000 It
will inquire 720 trains to tako
the purchase to market. The iabi
wan tho biggest over executed in
th history of the oil Industry.
While the prim is not ghon out
It Is understood that It will fol
low the market and will be gov
erned ty tho tan kwagon prlco
In Chicago. The Slandanl of In
diana does buslnoeM In tl states
and tho refined product may
either bo sold In any of theso
fta'eii or u'-'l fop export.
This alhovvs that while the
I Standard operates numerous re
fineries of l'if own It finds it P
' pcrativo to romu hero fur -iuu 1 y
, that will nect tho poiuiar de
mand In tho salt) Cosden AV ' o ro
I servo one third of lt:i daliv output
I for thu regular ttadt.
1 e aaelLrM . 'tal
(Icfll mill M Hllicnillll
Jess Willard Gives
Wood Free to Needy;
Charge Is Dismissed
KANKAM CITY. Jan. 3 Jess
Wlllatd, former heavyweight pu
gilistic champion, was cleared of
charges of pioneering In tho nalo
of cord wood nod iviui discharged
by I'nlled Slates ComtiilNsloner
O. Q. C In ft I ii In Kansas City, Kan.,
today, without any witness for
thu (lefenmi li'(liig lieiu il.
It hud been charged thai Wll
latd hud at first set n price nf Sfi
a c-niil "in tho stump" for tho
wood, but when told that was too
high, had dlieclad Hie Tonoha
ii c'liiiinijkiloneiM tn "go ahead
and take the wood any way. Wit
nesses quoted V 1 1 la til as lolling
them If needy peisnns wete found
who could not p.ty for Hie wood
tn deliver It anyway. Aft a re
hiiU, It was brought tmt at the
hearing, nine of the 71 cords sold
w.iii if i Wlllatd farm were given
A7 Starts for Parir,
For Fiume Settlement
KOMI:, Jan 3 Premier Nlttl left
nt iioiim toibiv for l'atls whete he
has been Invited to meet premier
I.loyd fit-urge and Pimuler Clemen
ceiin and possibly an American rep-
rest Hint in Jl h utiilei siouii an Hl-
fort will be mmlu to settle thn I'tumo
THE WHAT II Hit
Tl'l.r'A. fiVla. Jan 1 -Maslmum. SS:
inleiioiim, 31 northwest winds; elear.
11K1.MIH.MA . .minx partiT eKiitur;
Moiidsr -nnseltled, Utile chance lu tempera
Hgnday partly cloudy.
In o" lli portion; Mon-
AKKANatt: .'in.Uy and Monday part
ly rloudy itlle i.hinn ro temperature
KAKT TKXAH Sunday yenerally cloudy;
Atotidav illiftettled, probably rain; no lie
elded rhenfe In tetnperalure
WKHT TKXAS Monday nenerally elwnly
probably rain In aoiithweit portion, Mon
day unsettled, piobably rain
KAN'V Ir.ereaslnf rloudlness fl'inday
fo1o.'i ut rain or snow Hiiu'ljy niaht and
Monday; r,ot mueli clianze in totiiiieisture
New York Life
Farmer & Duran
IfO?. Pa but) nlilg. Phono 1,'i
wxm oi mm
Most Menacing Con
spiracy Yet Discov
ered Is Unearthed.
STRiKE WEAPON USED
Conunuuistfl Active Among
Miners nnd Steel Men
to Curry Out Plnn.
PERFECT CASES 2,616
Thai Number to Be Held
for Deportation Out of
4,500 Who Are Seized.
WASHINGTON, Jnn. 3. "Per
fect cusvM" against 2,l(i of the
more tlieii 4,f,uo persons arrested
butt night ainl today m radical
i aids over the country should he
tepoileil to tho depat tmon t of
Jon, lie litis HternilOII, HxlutiUli
Atlortiey General (larvnn an
Tint riqiorls, Mr. (Inrvaii Hald
dial in 11 1 11 )y with tho antet of
aliens and are far fiom complele.
Ily cities thoy show:
New York, 20t "perfect rases"
voluminous amount of literature
records and hooks of tho organlui
t lo 11 were seliteil.
Newatlt 300 "perfect cases' nnd
high officials Including the statu
organizer for the cnmmiiiilt parly
wnie taken, - Implements of de
sttuctlon also were cuptitred,
Detroit, mnro than 000 persons
nruMieil, 2Ui of Wllinn have lieim
oxiitulned wlthutit the release of
Kiirfalo, 73 persons held with
out ball and othern still being ox
Chicago, approximately 300
hold by federal agents,
Ki'liimorc, 21 persoriH arrested
and sovtirnl Inns of literature, and
the nn nibershlp roll of the Let
tish brunch of tho cummuuUt
' llos'Dii, liwidlng tho list of 000
arrests, wn thu nnrnt1 nf Korallua,
national communist party or gun -Uer,
Pnpers and ruennts seuud
Philadelphia, arrests totaled
12fi, tiioiu tliuti 100 wero "pelfeot
Tientoti anil Camden, ,V J 110
Ht. Jxmls, must of thn cs ar
rests wero CoatlatiH In the coal
fields of Illinois mitl the foreign
quilt tors of HI. Louis.
Arrests in New Hampshire, es
timated at m 010 than 200.
Pittsburgh agents reported the
arrest of 2 ( itntl nt Denver six mon
vern In custody.
WASHINOTON, Jan. 3, Itadlca,
leatlers planned to develop the roctinl
steel anil coal strikes Into a general
sirlko ami ultimately Into n revolu
tion to overthrow tho government,
nccordlng to Information gathered
by federal agents In Friday night's
wholesale roundup of member of
the communist and cominunlut labor
parties. A definite program In ex
pand tho two labor dlsturl nnces for
thn purpose of blotting o it organized
government, was disclosed In ovl
debco gathered In half n scorn of
cities, This data, officials said, tend
etl to prove that the nation-wldo
1 aids had nipped tho most menacing
revolutionary plot yet unearthed.
Officials Indicated that both
groups of radicals worn only awult
trig an opportune niiiiiient to entry
on among other classes ot workeis
the same sort of agitation omployod
among aleel workots and coal min
ers. Among the foreign element of the
communist uml coinmunI.it labor
parties, Information described as
roncluslva revealed that payrolls
hud been "loaded" with ugltalots
to be sunt suddenly to every fertile
field In import of a general strike,
'In Minn Center.
Dining tho last two weeks of
the coal stilko, communist ugllu,
torsi went discovered to havo penc
il atcd practically every mining ren
tor east nf tho Mississippi rlvof. UtI
deneo showed that lu several In
stances where miners had voted to
return to work, the communists had
spread their propaganda of d'ntriint
of the government to Mieb. nn e
tout. It was said, that few If any
miners nctualy got back to their
Attempts tn Incite the mine work
ers! to violence w'ttre) tho most hold
In Wesi Virginia, offb tals said, rs
COXTIXl'M) ON I'AOB TWO
NOW ON DISl'UAf
AT OUIt HAI.KfltOOM
noirMiw. AT SI.VUNTII