Newspaper Page Text
TULSA DAILY WORLD, MONDAY, JANUARY 12, 1920.
CoillU iiuvu xji;i
tlons In Iholr head a few regimen s
of soiuicrs ui'd a judicious nso ot
mnclilnc suns will elunlna.o thu ui(
rotluns in short orler. It is obvious
that Mich a country be annexed and
lid pociilu looked utter by American
guardians American capitalism
would us.i sumo other etcuse If
there wero no oil lax ut nil. It wants
to get control of At xlcn before ihc
t-ccond ltuss,a appears right under
Wall street 8 very none. Any kind uf
u reason will do, but there must be
Intervention before the various rml-
Icul tendencies In Mexico which
nuvo ueon permuted pretty
leln under Carraiua began to
miiiio 100 ucuniio form
Title Claims of A merican
Fighters May Be Disputed
NKW YOJtK, J.ui
of some of mir t.i ifi
boxing champions to world', titles
may be disputed by -I r, n. li and
Hrllish members Of th. Interna
tional lloxmg union, .iccordiiic lo
ftee "'purl being vvafied acros the
i ne new organisation, wblcli hopes
40 DIFFERENT CASES
. , u socialist, out mat tlieru wns good u.iicr pnrase or I
ctoto ntld National liOUril 01 icason to believe a inoder.no po.iey hroughout tile world, will m
Matt ...,-, f,,,. of Bla' socialism woind have been 'ar" 1,1 l''bruary, and It l
ArbiratiOIl lMlVOrcU lor M,t lnU) practice "If ho had not been attempts will be mads to
,, tn(p constantly menaced by tlio Damn- In eieral world's char,
The wilier s.ml L'iii-rnnn wn nni 1 " "laiiuardlzo rules, uclk-his mid
a socialist, but that tlieru wns good "rlou,t "her phrase of boxing
ha In mini.
clcs sword of intervention." ""'I' c"'lms anil declare tho illicit
"Tito aitltudu of the .Secretary of l" competition,
the 'lreasuiy l.uls L'aorera has also 'f wo guo oorrcetly,
been very unsatisfactory to Wall so'no of our brethren on the yon
Llhiml .1 V .1 Mtrift Itf Ilia V.1.....I.. ..... .. 1.1. ......
(ikUUl,,M'v CITY. JJn. Hi After doiendins Cameras altltudo '"'rale becmiM of ibo corner on box
Th.ri wr- striUkt "lid lockouts Ir, . jt.,jKimf , allti10r lug boxing titles that Is held so
l'1 1 . . ..9 n llllirn Or 1C3S 80 n.1,1,,,1, . fltllllv Hi. V l.,,.-!..., .... It!.. I. ...... ...
I Ik-Hlll'in A " , , ... .4VW. - .-- "J vluiuih. l.ll l,u Mil
uin.uu." and 10 minor nooi im- .iumra waa asked by a newspa- " tho water no lews than
uui.s iijung according to ,)0r mnn lf hl3 m)l lh,nl bulstlu. five leKulmaie world's champions In
it f "I''1
Die lallnH world wide f.anr nine the ilas of
ly leKttlm.i.e Kid Iamiikc who mdlleil thu In tor-
li.itloi.al ilixiuite when hi; knocked
out I i ' k Kingc before thr Niitloii.il
tporium elub In 1S9S. Store that
''mo l'"rank l'.rne, .loe lims, tt-il
.N'rlsoil. Ail Wnlg.ist. U'lljlu Itiehio
nd I'redilii' Wi lah were rrt'ORiiir.ed
world's eliainplolis, anil- l.eimaul
won bis crown directly from Welsh,
who Is an KiKllshmuu. Thus
Menu) j selntlllutlnK chupeuu Is se
cure. O'Hi'Uil Ileal Cliamiloli.
.Mike O owd, pri-sent holder of
middleweight liimurs, Rets his claim
n a result of the netlvltles of a
imnvhcr of uilddlnwelfihta who Kt
Into the scramblti for honors after
Stanley Ketchel was shot ntld killed
In Missouri Prank Klaus, Hilly
l"aike, Jack Mllon, Kddlu MeOooity,
.Ml lui Clbbons. .Iimiiile Clabby, llilKo
Kelly and several other noxers ot
lesser note entailed ut different
i ..hi niauo oy v-iuuuu v.""- u; uuimiom ,tiiiii il I... mii ti t nni i.r uiick ueiniirev. JneK Hrlttnn tikn
.. . filinr CO 1 1 1 1 11 1 9" 11' II 1. 1 . i .111 llll u ...ill,..l ....I ...l.l U 1! U'l . l.l.tlllV I ...ii,im...1 t.t.,1 ' I I...... l V.... II... ... L.tnl'lll tlH Vltlll
Di.li' " -" . . . . ivjiiivii nil, mm uuuril .-.... . u. ... . mm . uiv . iiini'ii in iiiui-ii i, ..v... ......
!,.; . ... ... 'that boNbevlnm was an Ideal eco- Herman. w-ns who HinoriK American middles
" ( an- iiilie tenths of tneso at(-,iionilc ssteni, althauKh II ouuld no;1 . . ellher Tltlo In Doubt, and Klaus ualned general recounl-
i . . . ...., linen Ilia trt 1 , i . . , .Iiihimi. I. ii ..,1 r . . ,i 1 . . . . : . . . . . . 1. 1.. i.i .
fi.-ul'iiH i lu.u in;.-. w .. I " i'"!"""!! ' .ieAii.o ar profccni. i .... ..j niimui'' n iiiiu us iwiiiiiur non us tne tine uomer on mis smr.
k.,,4 1 miJ Mr uonniiuy. lTalo lir Herlaima. weigiu cnninpion of Am-tlca Is se-1 Then Krank
j not h. ve dona so iiau m. Alter pralso for the uueral attl- , .l'n,,ui' ""t bis attempt to
nrliersniid Hie industries been pro- . tude of Secretary of Miatu Herlaiiua, retch the claim any farther would
, ',, , !) itv necessary means forti,u artido continues: 'ot hold much water. A majority of
I'1 U .him.'1 "Thn llVnrt.'Jn Mr.vlr.nn I- ,.,. bOXllll! Cl'iliCS llldllL-h llu.V nrilli.
tlally a boUhuvlst. About thu only llbl l'ellee Kllb.mu to bo tho best
P""r.tn " V national boards for
umn w i , a m4 n i, i mi in o
i,v tho labor commissioner Ulaz reKhne, who are still nurslm: I wllllnf to admit this fact
It tho bi'KinmriK oi lno ncw "neir wratn occauso tlielr old tlnio ivuiereiBrii enampionsiup realty
av it the most prosperous In tho concessions wero taken uway from'Wnn' IK" nbnj.tnco when youni?
.,t' hlstor Ho hopes that tho them. In raloons and public pi.ices Corbott Krndunted lo llghtwelKhi
i.oi disputea in o I (,,..,, wj1() )tXik .,ro ,jl0 SConil tno feathorwei,;ht In the businesi,
ii will provide local ooaius ui n is inieresttnB to nolo tile siRns ot, 'o aneu wien ciaimeu
h.aio i . fn,t f.nurtii of alu- I atinrnvnl whnn nnu.. nf iwiiufti....iu. i honurtf. bin uhh iitih.. r.pinriiv...
"tiauu'n with tho rlKht ot appeal to 1 victories In Hussl.i uro read. 'There
,trict and nai1,a' i1"""1 .... .....i.uninf, i,,,i:ii u,v mo fjui-
i'.iuiii.-3 or incso iniirf mtiierinifi
Blowly unfolding people. Coiiiclous of
tho KrowlnR proletarian sentiment In
Mexico, knowlnu that cajiltallsm is
doomed In tho southern republic, tho
beast of tho north la preparing to
send their thousands nf American
boys and men Into another furluus
unnnvinir of tho president's In- festival of klllinc and carnage.
SiprsKiuh eommls- "Tho reason for Intcrvontlc
.Mexico Is fear of bolshevlsni. The
rorult of Intervention If It Li at
tempted will bo revolution In tho
"rThaUirt't'ho boards bo mado lion
nolltlcal with reprcsonUttlvcB of all
rirtioi Is one olnt on which Mr.
ffily in" IMS1 Ho thinks that It
wouid be o difficult to appoint a
' .'""" y.r" A ' In.
j...).,!;! iTnmminsloii tho eommls- . "Tho reason for Intervention In
,Tonr stated that It Is ademiato i to
take care ef disputes Imolv.ns baslo
,'ndustrles of the nation but pro
tides for no local board to handlo
"irrtWtothe principle of col
lciive barpalnlni; to which somo
employers object Mr. Connally stutca
Out tho employer who rejects tho
principle must brine forth a work
ib'e s-.'istitutc a real continuous,
practical and humanitarian plan to
ake its Piace. He said that the
time has come when humanity must
It considered in Industry.
On the other hand thn commis
sioner decries the use of forco to
settlo disputes. lln applauds tho
recent action of the American red
ratlon of Labor in comins to tho
conclusion that seeking to Increase
production i also part of Its Job,
plot is exposed
DIED OF GAS FUMES
hunorM. but was oiuy recosnlzed as
tho American champion, and it was
mat titiu wnlQli KllK.ine won from
Able, whom ho outpointed In 1DI-.
Of former American huavywelKhl
champions Jim Jeffries, at least,
established a firm claim to tho
world's tlllo whin ha defeated Poter
Jack won, who had beiten Krank
iSlavin for the champlouhlp of
Kn&land anil had already won tho
Australian titlo Thus liempsey's
crown descended from Jeffries is
solid at (lllbraltjr.
lienny Leonard's titlo has como
down tho lino throtiRlt a Ions buo
cession of chamiiionililp battles of a
went abroad and
knocked out (loonies ("arpelitler.
I'oilowInK this victory Klaus1 claims
lo the worlds tlllo were KBiierully
roeoKntied and ho later beat Hilly
I'apkc, who disputed them. Klaus
whs in turn knocked out by Cieomo
i hip, who lout his crown to Al
McCoy and Mc?oy took the fatal
count at tho hands of O'Duwd.
That's tho nilddlewelxht situation.
Ted Lewis who lost his title to
Jack Hrlttnn. had beaten Herb Mc
Coy and HukIi MeheKun, the Aus
tralians, had knocked out Hudoud,
the Krench champion, who had pre
viously bealeti Johnny Ilauham, tho
ii isli ibumplon, and tne lad who
now clamoring for a ehiinrc tit
Hritlon. t?o tho ".Stockyards Klnah"
need not worry It his cUlnm uro put
to tho acid test.
Kid Williams became tho world
bantamweight champion when ho
knocked out Charley Idoux ban
tamwolKht of Kuropo. Herman won
his crown directly from Williams
over the 20-round roule.
f miiis io (iiniri'uti in. y sb ill at
al. Uinc'i h.ii th rlclH. and shall
not be dtnli'.l the prilleiie In de
fend Did (II. .rv HKiitiiKi all eliemys
within or without win) may be a
menace to iiny of our free Ameri
can Institution,, particularly tho
home and fireside, and HhaJI not be
called upon ot compelled by any
Broup of wuhes In sheep's cloth
ings to "fnllow the fla" when
sent upon errands of brlffundMRo f
eomiuest of pil.ite Rain, but slmll
rather flv to the relief of that
"emblem of freedom" and "llbert"
reseiilnct it from such ilastsrdly uses
ami place It attain where It belonirs.
at the IiiihiI of tb. sniff of all pub
lic institutions of service, ilurttluu
and refinement whlrli tire alone the
promoters of "peace on earth and
Kood will to men," atpl
"He Is further resoUetl, that we,
the worlilnn men here assembled, do
denounie the term 'Hod' ns Hulls
orltnlnately used und applied to
union men. us belriR defamatory
slanderous and wholly mlsleailltm In
Its Intent, nml an Insult to tho Amer
ican manhooil that fought, suffered
and even died that the world mluh
bo made sifn for dsinocracv, and
that we here proclaim that we solldh
stand for this same democracy which
vouchsafes lo all men absolute free
dom ns in his reunions, political and
industrial beliefs, and that we tin
eniphsslne the fact that Interference
by one man destrujs the other man's
freedom, which la to say, that evct
man should be permitted to Imve and
to enjoy privately nnv belief lien
estly iiciiulred, but should not be per
tnitleil to rorelbly tbrust bis tin-uric
upon other men bv menus of the in
Junction, the press, tho pulpit or the
I -to Itifcswiiti'r HI IXitiml Asphyx
iated In Until I'll!) by Son
COXTISUED FltOU rAQE ONE.
Lee I'asaw.ilers, agod father of W.
II. I'asHwaters, 619 North Frisco,
was Jvercome by gas fumes from tho
bathroom stove whllo bathing Into
yesterday afternoon. Tho son, who
lelt tho resilience nbnut 2:30 to
drlvo other members of tho house
hold downtown, found tho father
rigid In tho bath tub when ho re-tu-ned
shortly after 4 o'clock. Tho
pulmotor was used without effect.
Heath probably occurred between
3:30 and 4 o'clock i tho bath water
waa not hot when the family left.
Upon entering the houso and calling
to his father without response, Mo
son stepped to thn bathroom door
and asked his father lf ho was still
bathing. An intuition that tjomo
thJng was wrong swept out him
when ho received no reply and he
at onco opened tho tloor. Ho had
not until then noticed tho gas fumes,
but ho found the gas turned high.
Leo Passwntcr, who would liavo
been 00 years old today, had had
heart fouble In tho past. Ho wan
to (tart war between
States and Mexico.
"These bandits, thcFO brigands,
theso criminals, nro outlaws unde
serving of any human consideration.
They havo armies and navies,' can
non, trains, horses, gold unlimited.
They own and control governments,
kings. presidents, congresses,
churches and collcces. They would
hive thousands or tens of thousands employed by tho Tulsa Machine nnd
slaughtered so that they can own Tool company, 415 Kast Klrst, His
Mexico and her riches, crush tho body will be sent to his old homo In
tendencies towards bolshovism hero, i Hayworth, III., tonight for burial,
wipe out tho taxes on their oil and Ho was a member of tho Masons,
their mines, nnd punish thn Mexican I Knights of Pythias nnd Odd Fol
people for refusing to participate In, low organizations in Hayworth.
the hto war. The scattered and oc-l Hn Is survived by a daughter, Mrs.
caslonal bandit tribes In tho Isolated ' A. W. Potts of Oibson City, 111., and
mountain and desert parts of Mex-itwo sons, Charles of Morrison, Iowa,
ico. now anil then rob somebody and ' and W. II. Passwatern of Tulsa, who
l:i ra e instancei commit a murder, is with tho Margay Oil and CaB coin
out their crimes much aa wo de-' puny here.
rime tiitmHo not causo one-run-1
llonth nnrt nf th uiif rlri ih.it
another war would cause.
"It has been proved that most of
theso bandits are olther mipported
by foreign financial Interests, who
want 'banditry' as an excuse for in
tervention in Mexico, or else buy
ihelr guns from other foreign Inter
ests that are willing to coin profits
out of tho utroclllcs, thugs und
.'7,ho Mex!can proletariat has no
problems that tho Mexican prolo
in i ,r:lnnot colvo- ""'I un-
' "r")few the modern Nero,
lorllrio Diaz, nnd Wrote a liberal
Constitution. Alone Und unmolested . can huvn thn cttv whinli w.-iu miiiti.
posslhlo by union men. I3ut for tho
Impure Water Cause
of Skiatook Deaths
Belief of Chemist
OKLAHOMA CITY, Jar.. 11
Abatement of the mysierlous epi
demic which has resulted In the
deatn of thr?c women and two men
and In the Illness of &0U persons In
tho village of .Skiatook, was noted
yesterday, according to Mayor A.
J. lltttts of that city, lioiwcen 3D
and CO persons aro ill now, but no
fatalities wero recorded yesterday.
Tho only causo for the euldemlo
which bigan three weeks ago with
light attacks of dysentery and
1 1 ached its height during last week
with sinl 1'.' n allacka of Imllge.itlou
and symptoms resembling cholera,
lb tho water, fco far as knowi,, tho
mayor said. W. A. Walters, state
chemist, i-ild last night analyza
tlon of the water taken from Deer
creek, which supplies Skiatook
with water, shows It io bo unfit for
uso und warrants condemning.
Further analysis will be made to
morrow, he said, as nothing has
been found yet to account for tha
strango disease which has swept
that men coming hero would bo dis
loyal to the organization.
nrcvnlnnd Is Delegate)
Aftor hearing the resolutions
...1.I..1. luln In l.n nnar.l tinnn
i :. ,1... .ii..'.!... ' lectlvelv determine to
ecum" boards the mass mceUng' ..sfact.on with whom they may
..,i,l t ..ml C M nrennbind us a avo ousiiii-m i. ni.i..iin,
detrimental to tho public In gen
eral, and to tho best Interests of
the working man In particular.
"Now therefore bo It resolved
That wo the undersigned, hero nnd
now organize chapter No. 1 of the
Patriotic Order of Workers lOfflclenry
reserve and pledge ourselves to
free the workman from tho hondago
of organized oppression In order that
they may bo In fact, as well as in
namo, free, loyal, patriotic Ameri
can citizens, and,
"Uo It futther resolved that for
all laboring men that wo Insist that
In tho pursuit of happlneha that as
vouchsafed by the constitution of
the United Btates that they shall
at all times havo tho privilege, un
molested to consider and discuss
through the medium of their beveral
organizations to collectively deter
mine by majority vote as for whom
they may work tho number uf hours
per week or day they may work, and
discriminating between the unprin
cipled ours who would by olther
foreo or submission, ost-bllsh a wnge
Inadequate to properly feed, clothe,
house and educate tho family, and
the real, truo patriotic American
citizen who stands for Ood, the
homo nnd native land, they shall
have tho right to say with whom
they may work, and as a reward of
merit to thoso concerned that aro
satisfied with a reasonable profit
upon honest mado goods,, the work
man shall have tho unrestricted
right lo consider, discuss nnd col-
' 11. It fin tin r ri'Miivr I tt. it the
I't K.itn.i! inn ..i.lll afflll'll' Willi llu
Alnci Ir.iti 1'eilei ailnii of Imbur In lis1
splendid work bf brlniilng about thu I
above results, mid I
"He It further resolved, that we I
ask all patriotic American oltlnensl
to Join with us In this nnd similar!
orsmiilHillons for the protection of i
the working rnitt dualriiiK to free
themsehes fro? the yoke of bondiiKe
by which lhe uro now oppressed.
"He It further reunited, that in nil
enlto prises in whleli we are etiKaiteil
requlrlnil the service of labor, Wo will
Insist upon iiliiilvln the in incudes
of a square deal fol the laboring man
as above set forth, and will In every
legitimate and lawful manner aid
him to success and prosperity bv
cn-opcrntton between laborers or any
one else upon a basis of a Just dis
tribution of tint results of labor, to
the end that produrilon nmy he In
creased, quality Unproved and honest
omdarrts le adopted us becomes
freebom, putrlotlo American eltliens,
"He It further resolved, that
Itlshiqi ijmil. who so generously
denounced labor organisations In
nenerat, bo condemned for bis depai
tore from hla calllnK, which Is nd--olulsterlnu
the Hospol, questions of
rganlied labor or nny fraternal
i Knulsation Is not a queetlnn to be
discussed by ministers of the gospel
We feel that It Is Iheli diltv to pro
mote ponce and harmony among nun
I'her than liy to cleat c discoid and
'He It further resdved. thu the
lull merchants' dwik liiibm In.i an
i'rgsnlutlnn as strong as the uiiii i
f lilbrallar' to flv pi Ices lint we
must accept, making It al) the more
hi , c;.'.ar,v th.it we must tunintnln our
i, ik. itu? itli'n for mutual ir"te, lion,
' He It further resolved, that the
attention of our representatives, the!
lion tlore, Howard. Owen ami Fer
ris, be Informed uf the actions of one
Thompson of Tennessee, a labor,
aKilator in all sense of the word, who
travels ft om town to town, state lo
slate, cresting an unsettle, 1 eondl-i
tlun between emplover and emplo.ve, ,
In dlrett vlobitlnn of the laws of the I
I'nltod Mates, and I
"He II further resolved, that we
strongly (Unapprove the announced i
Invasion nf the city hull by lom-i
mlttee of the chamber of commerce!
for the purpose of Interfering and
in. i. inn mc poney oi ine ciiy gov
ernment In any department and de
nounie such action aa un-Amerlcin
and unadulterated nerve, and
"He it further teaolved, that In
onler to tarry tint these resolu
tlona. that there be Immediately
elected a president, a first and aee-1
olid vice president, a se. retary audi
a treiisuter of this chapter und a I
ciimmittee on uiemtierslilp he ap
pointed to canvass the ellv fur
memherahlp In this orgnnliillon,
that no fee ahull be chained for
membership In this chapter, but that
each applicant be requited to take
an oblUatlnn binding in ita solemni y
In uct.vely nnd heartily co-opernte ,
with eveiv agency within reus ui, ,
will h may l,ave been proved be-'
vn! ii ,iiiMiliiii tn i,e fot the pro-'
on. Mini uf flee Hi 1 I .III 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 -
ti,,i, i ,11 ,r, ,h at ',i i .,.M m, in nnd 1
m. in .ind i fair and just dllt lluitlon 1
of llir tM.rlin in, ) nsii Die fruits of
am ' it,.) ;
' l.c i further readied ll.tr a
, on mitii a on .hartir i,c appointed
which shall .it o.i. r- tike the msc
' -ir legal te,H to secure n s'a'"
or tiallon.il .hirer grinning lo this
chapter authority to transact busi
ness and to mithorUe and chniter
other ntgiinlftullon without limit
also th.it a ocininlttee of flnan n bo
appnintid to devise ways and means
to uie funds to mrry nut the
pnt'ptses of this chapter and that n
committee of three be appointed to
Immeilmti'ly prepare and have pm'
ed by-laws and n (institution tnd
also lo prepare and hove printed qi
Htirflelent quantities statement of
the purposes of this organisation, to
gether with the reasons for Hs com
ing Into existence, which atatemen'
shall be for general distribution and
ahull carry an Invitation In all i
Amiq Iran eltliens In Tulaa, Okl.t .
and throughout the United Hta'cs
who In or In n capacity, with
eltnei' brain or muscle to either bo
ciitne menu em of this chapter or
nrgnnlrv another chapter or chap
lent us requited."
Committee on resolutions: ,s M, -Cnnce.
oil Field Workers, preside! t.
V C. Olltnore, Mlectrlolana, secretary;
1". II. Hlrtnger, Iteiall Clerks, I; l
Oreeu, Hrlcklaynrs; T. It. Freeman.
Htatlnnnry Mnglneers, a. K. U)g
don, Harbers; A. M. ISIegur, Hheot
Meinl Workers; W. II Vandei grift.
Rteieiitypera; V. V. Van Tllbnrg,
T luigraphli al; F. 1'. Johns m.
Mnllermakers, P. II. Parr, PllimhoiS,
nie.uu and (las liners; .1 U
Thumiisiin, Police; J C. dart lami.
I.nthers, J. II Clark, llutrhers; J. 8.
Kovd .Moulders; )'. P.. Hodge, Mi
clilniM; It, HannderH, Cooks anil
Wafers. Frank Reynolds, llullillni:
l.aln'rers, M L Matheson, Painters
II .1. McCane, Plasterers; William
... .1,., n.n-u .i..nllni- tn
"V .' "..n,r; n, n, Mtn n children may wear, what kind of
t;..i,.iT...y...i.. -niinit u. riui.it.,,.,, ,. ' food they may hnvo und from
of clothing they, their
T,,. -it.. . iu uiiiiiuientuil , i
11 alien nrrt,t- I. -I.. i
"npedlmcnts eft hi ti., i,.,...i
cnlorvm0nI)0n;laRP' an(1 lnt0 th0 ful1
enjoyment of economic liberty.
. Alqical to "Comrades"
in ntwp,poa. t0 J'ou our comrades
and llilr, ,tha 'ml,,ernll8lo Callgulaa
commit 8 C th0 worIJ Beok 10
youIcaeentrA-oecIi,rat!on of war lf
fleetS?inn n 5 u cnnno'' Prevent tho
Uon t Prevnt tho oonsumma-
o i do the t0 ,.f sl,t' t!ct olhe
do the ,P. ),vhout .workers to
JtJrA '".asters' vl o b ddlnir -ithn.ii
LABOR TO FIGHT
OPEN SHOP PLAN
CONTINUED ritfVH TAOH OS'E.
not find a belter Investment for tho
money earned by honest labor."
"I expect to lead tho procession
across tho Arkansas river," Judge
Wnrrcn tntld. "These profiteers who
havo gotten rich almost over night
ther. .. .- ino m-utat orders.
Wte write n ,var' . Act now- Agi-
rneanT 0 Vlth us aa to ways and
M'V,V-JSI.ST I'AUTY OF
Annih.r "' Mexico City."
NtSro 2A u-nICle. 5aPMoned "The
PPWI to ,hin.r wlth M'co" Is an
City January 14. The stalo building
trades council Is slated tor a meet
ing in Tulsa on January 27. Tho
meeting, it was stated, will bo held
In the city hall, in tho municipal
auditorium adjoining the chamber
of toinmerco elubrooms. Post No. 1
of tho Patriotic Order of Workers, a
nowly formed organization, It was
announced, had been established In
Tulsa. Tho mass meeting lasted
over two hours.
DECLARE OPEN SHOP
whom It niiiv bo purchased, what
amusements tj.ey may attend, what
patriotic or other organizations
they mav Join or heroine affiliated
with, and what corrupt, chao'lo,
unjust und un-American organisa
tions parading under tho gulso of
patriotism to avoid; working men
shall determine for themselves tho
hours of recreation, and shall have
working conditions and compensa
tion sufficient to enable them to
do ns well as dctcrmiuo to what
A COLD RELIEVER
UNPATRIOTIC STAND 1 1 OR FIFTY YEARS
union working men. the fluid that
built this city might have still been
In tho ground. Thero Is not a a ngle
cause for tho open shop. Thero Is
not a mnn hero who will stand and
say that ho has any right to do this.
What nil America has been unable
to do since 1SS0. a few multi-inll-lionalro
men In Tulsa cannot do. Wo
aro, not asking for special legislation
In this state, Wo aro willing to do
rts tho rest of the working men of
this country are doing.
"For tho benefit of tho rent profi
teers, I might go to them and say,
'If you will put the price, of rent und
see that othor prices aro mado tho
samo in Tulsa as they wero before
tho war, I will go before the unions I through tho pay envoiopo. lias prac.
of this city and guarantee you their ' tlcally said where the laboring man
approval of reducod wages such us may trade, what kind of clothos ho
CONTINUED FROM PAQK ONE.
cut unsettled state Is not duo to the
unions demanding itn excessive
wage, but to n combination of evil
practices on tho part of aforesaid
manipulators, tho clfcct of which
has been In specific cases to Increase
the cost of building material 050
per cent during the period In which
wages were increased CO per cent,
(while the rontrncors In many cases
charged nearly iwlco whit they paid
lliclr men, and further, rents on sucn
rhacks .ia aro uvallahlo to tho labor
ing man has been advanced boond
nil reason, while the coal of baro ne
cessities of life has mountod lo such
heights au that tho employer,
they had then.' I believe you would
take Ixick the samo wages you had
before tho war
Applause greotcd this assertion.
"Money mad" men, who 13 yours ugo
wero paupers, the J nil so stated, nro
now multi-millionaires. Urcaklng
and Ills family tiny wear, what kind
of foo,i lie and ms i.imny may cat,
making tt Imposslblo for him to con
tribute U funds for tho promotion of
wtrthy enterprises, limiting his
amusements to those of lesser refine
ment, thus stunting tha spiritual
growth a.id hindering tho mental de
velopment of both himself and his
family, making' It necctBiry to go
unshaven, und nearly always forego
alt tho nicetlus o' tho tonsorlal art
'lt S( Preparedness, not fur-1 wm t. con t elled to work with any t" ut "la 1,1 111 co''-
They ? 8"vlcn- bt to prevent' bnndoP union rules no mar. who 1''1''. ' wlllu" uro considered b
"Th. unaware nihi. J7nd.or. u.n, n "1P?.'J?..mun,n I tho roanlnulators as nccesalHes, mak-
:!rk of rn, 1,ai1 a "iMPl i lean work with a unlornian until hb " compulsory for tho working
I':st "y 1. . K,rnlu,'lf. induced V.oen so aright wl Th tho 10ttu'"un hld0 llc'.11 ,'",J .f'c''
rhait.r "latlmr n,i,,i. "as been soi arigni wiin tno looai,, . ..,-. i.i pft. ,,nit Fiinit nbrmi
W. to the nee,. ;
"li"t8 to ruTOl. , ",u "01160
""nt at whI.tn,n,Ba,n8l.th0 Kovern-thin-
, " JShlngton. Amonir other
???ro consitmm.S lho Amor'can Up of tho labor organizations which
ti i1"1 oppressed LV.rf' nJlfl.e.r" clv0 lho wrklnff men a chance to
thier iea t:1'r!,"eu element of tho ,ii.pii thoir .irnhtetns it a..
JWMn, a, well i?. ' . .raclftl nerted. means tht wages will drop
JJf lmmcdl.a-e nren1nl"lcal.0-ncsinarly 15 I'W cent whllo workmon
liis rrllirioUH bcUtb. and slink about
"I do not fear tho president. ,
lo which ho belongs.
. Under ,u mane even
' 'tanVh!nana0.layry that
ntli . will ! fight nc i more M 1 w.'thln ,the, r,K,Uia ou,r ielect ' not the nion desirable goods,
jotopu lmI t0 BOarch out tho places which
"nMMon. The negro Is on?r "J.AVS T Ker,i?htt.U 'Sfl? " nwsyary for the housewife
. "iZr, or.nen.orV and tvratT.s ynlt"''?" Jl"rcd Joseph
e01hevim V .""all'm Is afraid of O'Uonneii, ino cnairmun. no men offar ,, lliaa, ,)eslrablo gooda
cause her purse will not reach
During Influenza epidemics spray
tho nose, und throat koveral times a
day with one part Wizard OH and
two parts water, using an atomizer.
If you haven't an atomizer, gargle
the throat and snuff tho mixture up
the noBo. Tills treatment sols up an
antiseptic wall of defense, against
Chcs.t colds anrt sore throat lead to
grip. Kton them at once with lviir,i
f.hnce.i i-?,nrt '"'ends to take no rived amounted to tlOS. A I man w-lth disgust und has klllnd nil Oil before thoy can develop into
arbrouvv i '"'mselves, thofe notice was thon read from the local1 incentive to efficient production bo- dangerous Influenza.
? Into a amy PC0"S Just coir union of painters and decorators causo the laborer knows that, no (jt it from druggists for 30c If
'oune,s mav ?.nt1 or. 1!M con-! which was said to have been mailed mtter what may bo t output, he not satisfied re'urti tho bottle 'and
'y land n I . com'nunlzo all Indus, to nil other painters' organizations, will only rccolvo u bare subsistence, BOt your money back
!?"orate of uvm' ."' Under n pro- which warned working men to ''stay nnd I rvr, rrin.,,m.rt " . .,
Mr,' RJvernL f.tr,;',t', and Wa from Tulsa" Tho sheet was -Whereas, the undersigned loyal. 1(.VL,'he' ,f,t
win b nrnt ,'n. Washington, stfohgly antl-open shop and Mild patriotic citizens of Tulsa, Okta., K .t"l,,iTii. i , li r , U;,or
th Hwican? ?, S"cl1 '""'cully. If that the C.000 unfon men In Tulsa believe that organized tyranny sul). u' ''""J " "'"V-, 1"'0nlI:'n : l"". 3("
Cet any such crazy no- had been forced to iiu.lt work anil , tta this la viciously un-Amcrlcan and ul aruge'8lB' uuranlccd.
(Win,. . 'ii-.li;(l. "hn la ...1... nil wm tuu mo i.im j. auunw.i'
i... 7-' ii ipn.B.i, .. - .. ..j ,, . . i . i
""Me tint .i V"'un' runs another ,,on'' "om mu men in mo aumiiim former: arm lurmer, ny inoir con
HfWiii Mexico City. .for a number of workmen who were imuC(i violation of not only the stat-"-Mexieo
i. ,r,,r Soviet.' ruported to have been Bent to Tul-a uary ,aws bu. ni0 lno aws of com.
;di t0 i. ' 'wile soli for soviet' trom r'1"' r'a" but W"D foum' them- inion decency, this groui of manlpu
novif, .u. ' "own In. PnniKii.n, selve without Jobs when thoy ar-,innr hva filled thn Hvcmsm work-
Dr. King's New Discovery has
a successful record of half
'Plme-trlod for more than fifty
X ye.us and today al the zenith of
its popularity'. When you think nf
that you aro bound lo bo convinced
that I r. King's N'evv Discovery does
exactly what It Is meant to do
soothes cough-r.tw throats, congestion-tormented
c h o s t s , loosenn
phlogm-pack, and breaka the most
obstinate cold and grippe attack,
Dr. King's Is safe for your cold, for
your mother's cold, for tho kiddle's
cold, cough, croup. Leaven no dlst
ngrceablo after-effects. 60o a bot
tle at your druggist's.
Bowels Act Sluggish?
Irregular bowels often result In
perlous sickness and disorders of the
liver and stonuib Make them act
as they should wl'h Dr King's New
Life Fills Keep the liver active
the system freo from waste, 25c a
irninUVfi Wizard OH n lU-llnhle. AntJ.
1 mWBSSmmSST ins
Out of scruintilntril rspltsl
hsvr anion all the suctcMes
of indlitlry anil npillnl aci.
nice, nil the ciiuifurti and
amelioration ol the common
lot. Upou It the world must
depend for the proers of re
roiivtrucllon in which all lisfo
JAMKS J. HII.L
rpME successful farmer raises bigger crops and'
cuts down costs by investment in labor-sav
Good j)riccs for the farmers' crops encourage
new investment, more production and greater
prosperity. ,v., w&wwAfti; " t ?.&&itsfr,
But the success of agriculture depends on the
growth of railroads the modern beasts of burden
that haul the crops to the world's markets.
The railroads like the farms increase their'
output and cut down unit costs by the constant
investment of new capital.
With fair prices for the work they do the
railroads are able to attract new capital for
expanding their facilities.
Hates high enough to yield a fair return will
insure railroad growth, and prevent costly traflic
congestion which invariably results in poorer
service at higher cost.
National wealth can increase only as our rail
Poor railroad service is dear at any price.
No growing country can long pay the price of
inadequate transportation facilities.
c7to acker UscnwiL .iA published by. ilz
Shsotiallotiof dlaiaooLj xecutwe,
77ini ifMirfny infnrmtiiirm. ffmtfmlr; IW r(itroiH tituatirm may obtain tru
turf by writing to 7V Anociaton t tiailuny Krtcutivtt, $ I JlroaUvuv, Sfw York