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VOL. XIV, NO. 134.
withdraws Estimate of
Admiral in View of
IRISH RACE SLAMMED
Viral Thief Says Wr itinera of
Commander Arc Reflection
I on That Nation.
60 INTO CUSACK'S CLAIMS
American Attache at Madrid
Says He Was Withdrawn
WASHINGTON. Feb. 7. Con
eluding l'ls testimony today before
tha jenato subcommltteo lnvcstlgat
lns the award of naval decoration.
KeCretaTy IKlllirin uiwiua'.ii mo lum
ih.r wide difference) of opinion
existed between himself and Hear
Admiral Sims during the. war on the
question or me acceptance 01 tor
elsn honors and decorations by
American naval officers. Tho ad
miral, who favored such decorations
while Mr Daniels opposed them, will
itatn bo before tho committee on
Members of the committee read
Mr. Daniels' hlhl- commendatory
JSwtement made In recommending
pal Admiral cmiiis ou iunu n iinr
kinent admiral for his war services.
Secretary Daniels doclared that lie
would not now make mich a recom
mendation, as developments since his
orlrtDal action has caused him to
change his mind.
"Every word that I havo saUl of
Aamirai Sims' nmuty ana Driiiifincy
In certain lines is true." said Mr.
M Daniels, "but If I had khown what
has developed idnco I should not
have recommended that ho be made
in admiral for life."
He cited what ho characterized ns
Admiral Sims' efforts to magnify the
achievements of tho British army
and ravy in tho war. and to mini
mlie the rmiilta obtained by the
American forces, Injudicious state
ments contained In a roccnt series of
articles by Admiral Sims regarding
the navy's part In tho war, Including
a "gratuitous reflection on tho whole
Irish race," and the officer's action
In having made, public official In
structions of a highly confidential
nature as having led to a chnngo In
his views regarding Hpoclal promotion
for Admiral Sims.
Mr. Daniels said ho had waived
reruratlona rctiulring officers to sub
mit articles to tho department before
publfcatlon becauso ho "wished to
rhow Admiral Sims every considera
tion and courtesy," and expected the
COST1XCKP OK PAOE FOUR,
OPEN I. W. W. HEARING
yklns of Kildcnco on Centrnlla
(Tragedy will start nt Montrsami,
Wa&h., l'romptly on Monday.
MONTESANO, Wash., Feb. 7.
Taxing of testimony In the trial ot
'alleged 1. W. TV's charged with
rren 0. Grimm's murder In tho
,,1tf"a Armlstlco day shooting,
lll begin Monday.
aT? a,terna'o Jurors Co act If any
L i urors ".ra Incapacitated wcro
walneu today and tho county
Proaecutor, Hermon Allen, madu his
At the conclusion of Allen's state
"lent, George F. Vandeieer, attor
ney for the defense, asked If the
k . P11"16 tno definite assertion
. f j e U' w ll,lU was ,10t nt
cked before any hhots were tired
at the marchers. Allen replied that
.L ,?' and 'hat his statement
"wild be so construed.
Judge Wilson authorized nn ex
jmination of I,orcn Hobvrts, nno of
defendants on whoso behalf n
! of Incanity will be made.
, ,t,nc f a conspiracy to shoot
i 4m"hers In tho Centralla
1 1 i, " day Padc last .November
IltraT sed t" County Attorney
..I. ? evidence will show," Allen
tlrin'.. a" thn defendants par
MrriV 4 a conspiracy to kill ox-
Si? d not actually shoot and kill
mm. . nevertheless, they were
i "'ding, abetting, encourag
isi,. 'mintenanclng such con-
Zl. VH" natl liePcJ hs
earit'i nrt nc'ually participated in
?u' fiuch P'al,s: 'Imt nil
i'iim . nrta"' were present an.l as
ioIf... " currJ'lng out such con
la?.? eJt'cpt Elmer Smith, their
advi.. ' w 0 'nouKli not present, did
lh 5'..enc,.ouraf. counsel and nbat
eonaI1,!.,,'n,,an, m tholr unlawful
murder.'' WhlCh rC8Ulled ln
MSSING GIRL IS LOCATED
Mb nrenrfl ,v of ouinliennn
v,., iuKrtel nt I'urccll.
AkMI.I.J T. .
CITY, Keb. 7.
"unger ?JPLnntl ft nmber of tho
KPrM "ot hero, 'who ells-
lor whft ' Sunday afternoon und
ii X. a "0"rch has been made.
bcMsd tonlKht to havo "'"'
I l!t to a ti.nl!rce11, OHla- accorA
k the nniiJ tpr mossago received
Mtlce P lco hfro frn tho I'urccll
ffiffiMMl'!"! tho fther of tho girl.
iht for ,e,d. by..Hn offlcor. left to
h det-i,,1 Ur:t" t0 i-rtaln If the
a"-1a there Is his daughter.
World's News Told
in Condensed Form
for Hurried Readers
IMStlOX K.b. T The boUh.tiki h.e.
o'cupiea hrnnie,lk on the t.itmi c.nit
w uir v isjntn ira, atrording to . te
leu tueinco (rum Moimw.
AKItOV. Ohio. Ki,7"7 The Ooodrar
ute A HotiVer to tod.jr announced that
brginninit llarch 1: the minimum wira
(or mm ni.lom uli t $6 dir and
lor women oorktri 14 a day.
MOI1II.K, Alv. Jb. 7 WlrelMt r.lla lor
miunuiiir nup itom trie iteamcr t'hapreM
were receletj tt Iho local naval wirelMi
ilallon at 8 o'clock lonlghl Kllotla to et
tha location ol the traicl are leln( made.
SANTA IIMthAUA." 0l, Keh 7
f uneral i.rticea hrlil here toJay tor E. f
lli.ley. thalnnan of the board of director
yt the i.'ania l' ,um. were aileuited
lT .many former aiioclalci In railroad
CLMIir.ilI.ANI). ltd.. Feb. 7. Mm. Kate
ybl. 2J ear old, who .tabbed B. II.
l'ownall to death on December 31, wa
acnuitled ot murder tonight b a Jurj. Mr.
uh. ajlJ the took u0 the kaifa to defend
beriell from anault
COI'KNIIAOKN, Feb. 7 (Ileutert)
The llrlilih, Krenh and Italian minion.
Im Hberla hate been cantured by Ihe bol
ahetlkl. They are beln well treated,
;ordln to a men. no to M. Mlilnoff, Ihe
bolahetikl rcprrienlallt o live.
, NKW OltMIANH. I'cb. 7 Frank J.
looney ol Hhretfort waa elected ctalr
man of tbe elale central iliunocrallc com
mittee here today. Thn committee will
meet at Ilalon houge Juno ,1 to lelecl
deiigalra lo the national contention.
WARSAW, Feb. 6. Peace overturea by
the loripl oeernment of Kuiil. Kill be
ronaldered by the l'oll.li government, ac
cording lo a dl.patch tunl to M. Tchilch
erin, bolahnrik foreign mlnl.lrr, by
Slanlilaua l'attk. I'olUh mlniiler ot foreign
MIAMI. Fla. Feb. 7 Fifty pilicngrri
were injured today, none fatally, II aa
i.tu, wftia mur roacne ot e. board Air
Ln No. 3, New York lo Jacksonville,
rolled down an embankment. 10 mlU. .miih
of here The cauie of tha wrrck ),a not
Ufnt of tbe itrfct iwneerB union, who hai
been rem sidco luenuj in connection iti
ihn murder of Maurice 'Mon" Knrljht,
'kinr ol toe sunrurn, w reisatea on
U 0.0 00 bail thin morning. So charco bA
been placed ijcainit Mtn,
MI.VXKAI'OLIH. Minn.. Feb. 7. Fire
men carried JO women down firs escape
early today when they were found trapped
n tha third floor of an apartment build
Dirr hv a (ire in the Co-Onerate ilachincrr
x 1001 ijo next uoor.
r.XIOO CITY. Feb. 7. Yenacio
llouiilaa. Mexican atntatnador at Wafthlng
ton. will turn the embanv oter to Alfonaa
nuier, couuicior, on i-eomarr 11 ana re
turn to Mexico to engage ln bit campaign
ror me pruiiurncjr, according to iniorraa
tlon receWoJ In authoritative quarter.
riniADRhPHIA. Fab. 7. Frank A.
Vanderllp of New YorW in an addroi here
lait night declared the treaty of Yerialllca
placed economic condition a on Uermany
that are luipoulble for fulfllltoent and
win ii lus Krreniii( ii not rcviiau
world-wide boliheriit revolution would re
NEW YOnif. Feb. 7. Afier ierr nr 15
mo nt hi in France at a machine gun officer.
woere nn iook pari in mrre trrea oiuiei,
waa gamed and decorated for bravery,
itleut. Ld. hreJerw 1. iJaviflion ot tne
2.d Infantry, met hU death In New York's
blizzard. A inowladen theatrical ilgn fell
uion him. - --
uiiiUAuu. FeD. 7. iionaa Ko"e tcuet
berg, former cathler for a leather com
pany, extradited from Canada after dii
coTerr tnat her noiinc & a "aoe etv
girl' wit at Ihe expense of alleged "check
kltinz ' ol (tKiutanui or do; an. waa in
dieted by the atate grand jury (oday on
CHIC.lflO, Feb. 7 Defying a band of
tlx armed itfe blowers In an attempt
to protect nu employer nropertr. inomat
O'fKtnnelt, (T, and the father of three
grown cniiuren. waa ihot to death today
at the nlant of the Weitern &hade Cloth
company Three of tho bandit wore army
WASHINGTON, Feb. 7 Orders to take
ii puniiuiB iiepa io itwiaia uv rciesie oi
Tu'cpli K, Aakew an American employe kid
naped from the Tlahualilo companv'a plan
tation at Lerdo, have been iiaued by the
jt.icu luminal oiutri, avivr'tiu u auiirnx
today to the atate department from the
NEW YORK. Feb. 7. Uather than face
a charge of picking pockela, Nathan
Faleatlne tndav nlaced hi. head on the
Iracka of the eletaled railway in Ihe
llrom and let tho car run oter It. The
motorman wat unable to atop the train
in lime to .ate the man'a life I'aleatine
waa being taken lo court when he esraped
rrom nu guard.
NEW YOIIK. Feb. 7. Slniullaneoualr
with the announcement at Oovernor'e Uland
rettrrdar that Cant. Karl W Duller had
been acniillted by a eonrtmarllal of chargea
or cruelty 10 American loiaieri at i
Mans, it became known that tbe eionerated
officer had rccelted lereral threatening
letter, warning Mm not lo ihow tilmtrlf
in certain middle weitern cltiea.
TUINDAD. CVilo.. Feb 7 Jake Dlko-
Tltch. bandit, was .hot and aeriouilj
wounded and Albert Tyler, a deputy
herlff and raarihil at Forbes wat .hot
In the ire l.te lhl. ailernoou when Ihree
maiked bandlta atlempted to hold up Tyler
and two otner men In an auiomoniie carry
ing $6. ADO In nay roll to the Forbe mine
ol tne nocky aiountain ruei company.
IMPHMOND. Va . Feb 7 Former Dor
Henre C Ctuart haa declined ai;olnlment
lo tbe Intpr.uti. Citnmer'e conimli.Iol)
lo aucceed J.m.i S Harlan of Indiana,
It waa annonneed here todar by Mai. Alex
ander Forward, who a prlrate lecre-
lary lo Mr Bluart when tne utter waa goy.
ernor of Virginia. Mr Htuart is now in
Wathlnglon as a member of the president's
nAM.ATIN. Mo.. Feb 7 Third A.sllt-
ant I'ontmasler Oeneral A M. Ixickery.
former rovertiur of Sllisourl. and member
of rongrna from the Third MUsonri die
trlct, is In a serious condition at his home
here today suffering from sn attack of
hiccoughs. Duo lo hit adranced age he Is
T.t gra feara are fell fo.r hla recorery.
lie was stricken WVJnr.djy and all efforta
lo relieve the hiccoughs hare failed.
T1TT.SA. Okla. Maximum. C3: minimum.
35 aoulhwesl winds, dear
OKLAHOMA! Sunday partly elondy:
Monday cloudy, colder in northwest por-
E A ST TEXAfli Sunday partly elondyj
Mondsv cloudy, moderat. temperature.
WEST TEXAS I Minder and Monday
generally cloudy, somewhat colder In north
I.OI'If.l IN'A funday fair' Monday
parllv cloudy modern temperatures.
norlheaM portion, Monday cloudy mod
era to temperature
c. Tnii. from Ihe clouds today Come
lo Die C'urtln flying Held one mile cast of
WARNED IN VAIN
OF VILLA'S RAID
Commander at Columbus
Took No Precaution
PREPARED FOR STORY
Correspondent Arrived on the
Scene to He Prepared but
Army Waa 'Surprised
U. S. TRIED TO STOP TRIAL
Judge Tells Senate Committee
Atty. Gen. Wanted Bandit
KI. I'ASO. Texnr., 1VI,. 7. He.
I'o.itftl wnrnltiKti tint .Mexicans hml
iJiiinned to raid Columliun, N. .M,, tc
Cflvi'il so llttlt) crt'di-iico In- tin. p.nn
mandliiff officer tlmro that when tho
attack won mudo on .March 9, lino,
no uniiHUal iirvrnutloiM to prevent
a surprise had been taken, wltniMi-a
iuiu tun Hi'nil Miilicaiiimltiu In
utjtlgatlntj the MvxlDttii Hltuatioii.
l.PM ItitrL'fl n (l.riiil.. .1
lector, wld hu had tin, Interpreter
when Col. II. J. Slocum wiih com
munilliie tho army post, semi a
Mexican scout Into .Mexico to iH-curo
information conccrnlnir thn innvn.
iiients of Villa's troopx, anil that he
reporipo on tno incut in-fore the raid
that a body of .Mcxlcinx wits then
tiiarchlMK on Columbus.
. ,W I'. Murphy, u teletrratih nnera-
tor, trstlfied that a hiphshkp of
nurnini; iroiu tne American mllllnry
noadciuaiters ut Ilouclau nlHo had
been Kent to Colonel Klocum anil
other; wlincea declared the knol
edKe that tho ralderx werq it few
milo.i Holjtli of Columbus wan com
I'rvparttl for Story.
Murphy told tho committee that
II U. HeeNp, an Associated I 'reus cor
respondent, was so nearly convinced
a raid would be attempted that ho
appeared In Columbus two or threo
rtnys before and made arrangements
'o' an extra teleuraph operator to
ftslat In tho transmission of tlto
story ho expected to write.
Tho accounts o.f tho raid ni clveu
by tho different witnesses BRrced In
the statements that when tho Mexi
cans did appeur they met no opposi
tion until much of thplr bllllnc.
looting and burnlnsr had been ac-
compliance!. When they withdrew
they took with thorn many of thn
American cavalry horses nnd loft 17
dead Americans and almost as many
JudKe I I. Mortler, who tried and
convicted seven of tho cpturcd
Mcxlcnrfs. testified that urirnnt rep
CONTINUEK ON' l'AOE TWO,
NEWBERRY LINKED UP
rrostnitlon Thinks It Sorr Ilimlly
In TrMtlmtitiy .Senator Ilrivhil
Inciters lYoin Ikndiiiarters.
OHANO ItAI'IDS. Mich.. Keb. 7.
Truman II. Newberry received Icttors
concernlinr the 101S senatorial cam
iKtlcn from tho Detroit hoaclmmrtorH
and tho mnnaKor of tho catnpalun
useu .Ncwucrry b letter box when In
Now York, according to testimony
Blven at tho elections consnlracv
trial hero today. Tho testimony came
rrom airs. Annaoolle Hamilton, one
of tho chiefs of tho monographic
force of tho Newberry senatorial
The evidence was considered hv
tho prosecution as ono of tho Htronif
on links It has thus far forged In tho
chain by which la souitht the blndlne
of the 12S defendant Into a common
purpose to violate federal election
laws. It went unchallenned .on cro.s
exnmlnatlnn. although othor portions
of Mrs. Hamilton's testimonv were
subjected to a heavy cross fire fnim
Martin w. i.imeton. ono or tne chief
counsels for tho defendant.
Mrs Hamilton ulso brought tho
Ilelnio candidacy on tho democratlo
primary ticket Into tho case ncaln.
Hho said William J. McICel, a demo
cratlc defendant, told her ho would
put up a sufficiently weak opponent
for Newberry "If ho had to run him
Passen gers on Prin cess Anne
Rescued-Others Are in Peril
Itot'K'AND. .Maine. Feb. 7. Tho
first mate, an engineer and eight
seamen of the stranded freight
steamer 1'olias who left tho wreck In
i boat last night aro believed to have
lost their lives. Tha crow of tho
iturnt Island roast guard stitlon
upon their return today from tho
steamer expressed tho opinion that
the lifeboat was sunmped in the
heavy seas. Three life preservers,
an oar and a boat hook were picked
up on Mor.hegan Island.
ST. JOHNS, N. I'.. Feb. 7. Tho
5 persons on board tho coaietwlse
Monnicr rrospero jammed in the ice
six miles northwest of Fog- for the
last five weeks during thn most'plt
ter cold In 35 ivans, are facing Mar-
vatlnn, It m announced today. A
change In weather conditions pre
vents fur.ther assistance being sent
them now and supplies taken to
thorn yesterday are sufflclmit for
c-nly two days.
Thn sealing steamer Torrnnova Is
fitting on' here to attempt tho relief
of the l'rospcro
The steamers Kaglo and Diana
have bean caught in the lee near tho
l'rosnero for four weeks, No reports
of famine uuord tlicin hv been ro. 1
TULSA, OKLAHOMA, SUNDAY, KKBRUARY 8, 1920. InWu'AOT PRICE G CENTS.
Olives Cause Death
of Five at Memphis;
MKMI'IIIH, Tcnn.. IVb. 7.--With
tho death tonight of Max A. Vun
kunnon, thn number of victims of
ptomaine, pelsoulmr an a tesult of
eatlinr canned ripe olives at a
luncheon served at Vitl.antmn h
homo hero Thursday, was increased
Mrs. Vunknnnou, IiosIphh at the
llllichixin, jiml three of her kupsIh
died yeBterdny and today. Another
Is III, but physicians say probably
IntratlKAtlnn by health officials
has disclosed that the olives,
which ph)Klclans .ty caused the
fatalities here, were of the Mine
brand as that fur which food in
siectors throughout the country
made a seal eh with a lev to con
fisontlon after the death In Detroit
of 14 piMsoim who had partaken of
ollxes nerved at a Ixiwiiipt In that
A quantity of the fruit found In
the basement of u store hero to
day was seized by tho police and
. GOES FORJMBRY
Unit Rule Ts Adopted
After Rout of Ilanion
BOTH CLAIMING EIGHTH
Embry Snys He Hns Majority
of One; Hnmonitcs Say
They Will Win.
VXWSKK. Feb. 7. Purees of John
Kmbry of Oklahoma City controlled
tho l'aynee county republican con
untIon hero this afternoon. The
forces of Jnko 1 llamon, opposiuir
rnndldaln for republican national
committeeman from Oklahoma, were
routed, and tho unit rule was
adopted to Rovcrn tho delcirntlon nt
both tho district and state conven
tlonn. Whlln the forccet of llamon are
claliutni; tho First district, the Km
bry men mm a result of today's
action nro confident of controlling
tno convention nt Claromoro.
OKLAHOMA CITY. Feb. 7. The
KltThth cotiBre-Ndonal district, the
only solid republican district In the
stato, was bclnc claimed tonlnht by
Dotn jane i j. liamon and John Km
bry, apposing candidates for national
republican committeeman for Okla
homa, This district sends 155 delo
gntcs to the stato republican con
vention, which Is larper than any
otner district deleiratlon in tho state.
Hot". K. T. Iino, prenldent of the
Embry club. Is claiming 78 deletrates
rrom this district, one moro than Is
needed to control It. On tho other
hand, llamon Is claiming 90 of the
GOVERNOR SEES RED
Campbell Ittwell Answers Itoliert.
son's Attack on Hlin at
By Aaeoclaled I'rosa State Wire.
MUSICOOF.K. Feb. 7 "When n
nuin noes red, talks black, nnd itcts
grcon. ho must bo fool I ml- blue and
yellow," State Senator Campbell llus
Bcll declared In a speecli In KtlRler
today answering nn attnek which he
doclared Governor J. 1J. A. Hubert-
son mnda upon him from tho floor of
tno stum convention In Muskogee.
Hcnator Itussoll said that when
Governor Itobertson In his conven
tion address had referreil to a "illrtv
I sneaking dog In tho guiso of a dem
ocrat' barking at his heol bo had
risen to his feet and shouted "tho
ovldenco Is ready to substantiate
every chargo made In Tin Cat!' "
"When a talk l delivered In the
language of tho thug and Ilowery
bum It indicated nothing but the
mental capacity of the talker," Hus
Today ho took up hla fight to initi
ate an amendment to tho constitu
tion, placing tho pardoning power In
a board of five. He mado addresses
to,day In Hoyt, Rtlgler and Torum.
coUed, however All vcshcIh were
said to bo running out of coal.
Many Isolated sections of New
foundland aro reported cut off from
food ami coal suppliers by the storms
and freezing weather, but no famine
conditions have been reported so far.
JiRW YOHK, Feb. 7. Tnirty-two
passepgers and 28 memben of the
orew of the stentnshlp I'rlnoess
Anne, which stranded on a sandbar
at Ilockawny I'olnt Thursday nlglit
while bound for Norfolk, V.i.. to this
city, wero landed at the Hattery by
the police boat I'atrol shortly afur,
1 o'clock this afternoon. Forty-four
members of the crew remained
alumni tho dlstresed veewel.
Captain Frank Seay of Norfolk,
who -vas injured whilo navigating
tho boat through tho storm, was
among those landed.
Tho transfer from tho stranded
ehlp to the I'atrol was effected h)
small boats munned by tho police
crew, without Occident.
The passengers raid that they
were In their bunks when thu ship
grounded They were assured by
tho officers that there was no danger
and thcro was nu Elgn of panic
TBfDENCY IS SEEN IMLETTE
I -eJ? V VJ
The Ohiiko liullans Sunpis'il nt tlio Capitol.
WAHI llNdTON, Feb, 7 A deleiratlon 'i4 full nnd half blooded Osrwn Indians from OaaRe county, Okla., i
luiM been In Wiishlinrlon to dlseus with thu (toiumltteeou Indian affairs it revision of tho law irnvernliiK the
leases on oil nnd eas property on their reservations Three lenses will cj.iisp to imv illvldendx after 1931 unleioi
an extension Is granted The pholo above, taken on the steps or the rilpltol hows: Ift to rlBht front row,
Francis Clniemoro. Wnh Hho Hha, Chief llacon Hind, Joe Mhunkahnole. Mo Kl Wall Tlnnkah and John Mc
ICInley. Mlildh row, John Claremore, Rlmoir'llnmlerson, Arthur llonnlecaslle (Interitreter). Orlando Kenworth
and Kil Cod, Hack row, Clarence dray, Kdirar Mcf'arlliy, Dtui Harrison, I'ano KiikIcs assistant chief.
Joe Carson Post and the
"Show Mo" Folks to
DECORATING THE CITY
Revise Program Calls for a
Parade; Exercises nt Con
"Ulack Jack" I'ershlng will be
In Tulsa on Wednesday.
1 1 a nnors and windows have) al
ready begun to mako their appear
ance In tho windows, and by
Wednesday morning when his train
reaches tho city, tho downtown dls
trlct will bo nil rearln' to go.
Final arrangements will bo per
fected Tuesday night by Joe Car
son post, American legion, nt tho
mooting culled for 7:30 o'clock at
the municipal auditorium.
Foster N. Hums, president of tho
.Missouri Society of Oklahoma, said
"Tho many mombers of tho Mis
souri society who deslro to take part
in tho reception or Unncrnl rorsn
Ing will bo furnished badgen and
will assemble nt 8:10 a. m. sharp
Wednesday. February 11, at Frisco
station and will occupy the spneo
allotted by the nxecutlvo committee,
from Frisco station west to Main
sn cot Tho following persons havo
ocen designated as aids to arranRii
members In place-
"Judge J. A Ollphant. H. O.
Illamt, It. U Minims. Dr. William
Harrison, Arch Casobeer, W. O.
Duck, Alpha I. Ilurhs, K. H. Cllno,
William McCuIlough, T. C. Hughes.
"Tho first flved named to have
barge of society members on north
side of allotted space and the lat
ter five will havo cbargo of thoso
on south side of space through
which General rertihlng and staff
"The committees have decided
that this arrangement will group tho
members of this society so they will
have opportunity to sen General
i'ershlng at clone range.
The committee does not feel at
liberty to arrango for any hand
shaking without the consent of Gen
"Kach of the foregoing aids will
bo provided with badges for dls
tilbutlon Tuesday morning, lladges
may also bo obtained at Producers
Stato bank, Central National hank,
county clerk's office and Morns dn
tectlvn agency in Iowa building.
"MlMiourlans not already enrolled
will leave numn and addreew when
badge Is sureed. Kvery Mlssourlun,
If possible, should turn wit In
greeting our distinguished gue'st
lulsa may never havo another op
portunity to honor this world fa
mous personage "
Asecrnblo Frisco station 9 a. m
Kscort l'orshlng and staff to auto
Special personal hosts to visitors
to hu at station with their cars:
Aflslgncd to General I'ershlng. Major
Alva, J. Mies: to chief of Starr, Mnlor
''. F. Hopkins; to other members or
staH, .1 M. Ilerry, B. W Sinclair,
T. J. Hartmaii. W. I.. Ixiwls, Crus
M. Avery, Grant It McCuIlough. 10
Clinton, A. I'cppus, J. II. Mcllirney.1
Iter option committee .Mayor t.
II. Hubbard, commissioners, presi
dent chamber of commerce, Chair-'
man Greer of tho ehambor of com
merce reception committee nnd his
.cuminl'tec. president Mimourl ho
COSTLSCED OH I'AOC i'OUU.
OSages Went to Washington
- ' -t?t -if" L . . '
Two Moonshine Slilh
Raided Near Coweta;
Tiiha Supply la Cut
MCHrffiGKK, Feb. 7. -Two com
plete moonshine stills, 25 gallons
of whisky .too gallona of iiialih
nnd 500 pounds of sugar were
seized by Deputy tlherirfs lluther-'
rord, O'llrlau and Murphy of
Wagoner county, and rour deputy
government revenue men, Tim of
ficers found tho outfit In an Old
abandoned hoimo ln the enntor of
A field four miles west of Coweta,
They arrested two men, who gavo
their names ns Griffith anil Con
noin. The officers nalil It was tho
most complete outfit ever found In
Oklahoma, and tho men had prob
ably mcen making whisky fo mix
Special lo The W.rld.
COWI.TA. Feb. 7. Tho cantiiro
of tho two moonshlno stills noar
hero and tho nrrest of two men,
wild to bo In charge of tho outfits,
will materially redden the supply
of nnutruhnm! liquors that havo
been supplying Tulsa anil Hand
Sprlmts, according to enforcement
officers. They havo been checking
up tho Tulsi supply for siiino
weeks, knowing that It originated
here, but until this week they
could not lay their hamlet on thu
" "" r - ii.
Will Give PcrHhing
Solid Gold Key Here
hy Associated I'reaa State Wire,
OKLAHOMA CITY. Fob. 7. 'Hie
solid gold key which Is to bo given
to General I'ershlng when ho visit
this city next Tuesday wan com
pleted today. The key which is
about six Inches long, bears the In-.crlptlon-
"Iji Fayette Wo Are
Here," on one sldo und on the oilier
"I 'resented by the Citizens of Ok In
homo." The- key cost J325 and Is
to bo paid for by popular subscrip
tions. NO EMBARGO ON COTTON
Knglnml .Votlfler II. K Hot fcnyn Kx.
rhango .May Cut ImlxirtatioiiH.
WASHINGTON, Feb. --Tho state
department was Informed today that
no embargo on cotton Importations
has bewi put Into efroct by thn Ilrlt
Ish government and that such n
mensiirn would, under a recent court
decision, be 'Impossible except by act
It Is .onslilered probable, however,
the department announced, that ab
normal exchange rales Plight reduce
greatly Importations from the United
Stales and lend to voluntary agree
ments among private importers to
ntop shipments temporarily.
the Ourtiis tl j Ina- field one mile
The classified ad In Tho World
cost 50c. The den! netted tho ad
vertiser $500 ln clean cash for his
property. Tho buyer had never
heard of tho property nfferod for
sale until hu read the ad.
Users of World Classified Adver
tising will tell you that results like
that aro not unusual. It is surpris
ing how many people rend the brief
business messages printed every day
In this paper, nnd 1t Is surprising lo
sert how quickly the tenults nro se
cured and how Utile It costs to tn'l
tho wholo story In all tho peoplo at
I.t World Classified Advertising
ervo you, Call Osage 0000 md ask
for Want Ad Taker. (
R OF PRES
Rumored He Will Be the
President of Develop
ing Co. March 1.
Anothor Membor Quits tho
Cabinet; Aaplraiiom for
WAHHINGTON, Feb. 7. flecro
lary ot tho Interior litno has ten
dered ills resignation to Prculdont
Wilson effective March I. It was
announced at tho white house this
It In tindrrntnpd Secretary Lano
will lecoma president of the Sin
clair Oil company, a developing
Tho resignation of Secretary Ijino
has been expected for se.veral weoks
and ho has had an understanding
with tho president that It would be
withhold until tho president re
covered from his Illness.
Secretary Initios homo Is In San
Hu has boon a member ot the
cabinet during Uio entire Wilson ad
I'reflldont Wilson han accented
Sucrolary Initio's resignation. A, T.
vogeisong, at present rirst assistant
lo Mr, Iine, Is montioned us a prob.
Secretury Ivino haa been In Pub
lic life for morn than 20 years, lie
foro entering the cabinet ho was a
member of tho interstate commerce
commission by appointment from
Mr. Iine, It Is generally accepted,
would be a most formidable candi
date for the democratic presidential
nomination, were It not for the ract
that ho Is Ineligible by reason of
having been born outside Urn
United States. He was born In
Canada while his parents wore on a
visit to that country.
Mr. I.ane stated his reasons ror
retiring wero that ho must turn his
attention to other duties The cor
respondence between the secretary
anil ricsldent Wilson was made pub
lic today Thn president wrote In
hltth praise of Mr. l,ano'N public
Indorse General Wood
JACKSON, Miss., Fb. 7 Tho
MIsslMilppI republican state execu
tive committee met hero today and
Issued a call for tho stato convention
of tho party to bo hold In Jackson
April I, and suggested district con
ventions be held March 31. Tho at
tendance was exnentlnnallv laricn.
78 of 81 counties In tho stato being
i-iu riuiiiiii, uiui a rrsoiuiion en
dorsing General Leonard Wood for
president wan unanimously adopted,
Destroyer Is Seized by
' D'Annunzio'8 Forces
TIlircSTIJ, Feb. 7. The forces of
Oahrloln d'AiinunzIo, Italian Inmjr.
gent leader ut Flume, have suizud
tho destroyer Carlo Alberto Ilacchni.
Tho destroyer was on tho way from
i.iiuiiini iu i urn wnun luneii,
A 'rain of foodstutrs has been
uelzed ar St I'letro del CarHii by
1 d'Annunno volunteers, masquerad
ing us railroad engineers.
Some Senators Think
He U More Willing
FORM ISOBJECTED TO
Adheres to Substance of
Article 10 Proposal;
OPEN UP PACT MONDAY
Democrats Decide to Help
in Reviving It; Demand
DIFFERENT VIEW TAKEN
Other Senators Say Presi
dent Sjtill Obdurate;
Hoover for Compromise
WASinNtT'roNT"lb. ,7 Her
bert Hoover has went alineHnng
lo President Wilson urging that
he ncr.ept a compromise on tho
treaty nnd reaervatlops, In order
that peace may bo restored to the
World, It was learned ut thu
white house this afternoon.
A telegram from Hoover to the
president, which was sent some
lime; ugei, Is now at tho white
house, It was learned.
It Is understood Hoover takes
the position that tho lengiio of
nations is nssentUl to thn peace
of tho world and that to get It Is
tieeramury, Ho urged that a com
promise on the treaty be accepted
by the president In order that the
world might secure tho Immediate
bonef its of the league of nations.
Ti, Tbe Asam-latcd I'tesa,
WAHIIIN'OTON. Feb. 7. A letter
from President Wilson renewing his
cbjoctlon lo somo features of tho
pc.aca treaty reservations framed by
tho republican majority of ihe sen.
ate, furnished tho baxls ot An earnest
discussion tndav ln a confHroncis af
dcn,iocrutl4 senators when called to
consider what courso tho treaty's
friends should puihui when it uaaln
comes beforo tho senalo, next week.
Thu only decision wan to co-ope-rata
In tho parllainuntury action ne.c
ossary lo reopon tbu question of rati
fication, and to work for nn accepta
ble compromise on reservations. Just
what sort of comproinlso should bo
considered acceptable was debated
In tho light of varying interpretation,.
of tho president's latter, but there)
was no uttempt lo frame a definite
Objects to lAmn.
Striking directly at tho re-publican
reservations to artlclo 10, and vari
ous proposed substltut6n, tho presi
dent wrote that any reservation
which 'said that "tho United States
assumes no obligation undor such
and such an artlclo ttnlesa or except"
would f) likely to "clilir' tho rela
tionship between this country and
the other powers. A substitute arti
cle 10 reservation containing thin
langtiago which had been under con
sideration by trio rccontly disbanded
r.ipnrusan compromise) committee-,
tho president wrote was "very unfor
tunate" In form though ho agreed
with Its BUbBtancc.
Tho letter was written nn January
t. whlln thu blpartluun negotia
tions wero In progress and boforo
publication of tho lottur of Viscount.
Grey, former llrltlsh ambassador to
tins country, on tne acceptability of
the republican reserv-Mlou. It wan
.idilress.nl to Senator Hitchcock of
Nebraska, tho administration leader
of tho senate, who laid It beforo tho
committee today. Wide disagree
ment was revealo-l among semators
regarding thn probable effect of tha
eominunijatloti on thu treaty's
chances of ratification,. Some Inter
preted the letter in merely a relt-i-ruilon
of tho views prevltmsly ex
pressed by the executive, whilo other
profiled to see In It a tendency to
I language Is Milder.
Comparing It with former utter
ances ot tho president, these sena
tors pointed oui mat it contained no
statement that ho coualderwl tha
language (plated ns nullifying tho
treaty or constituting a rejection.
Senator Hitchcock declared no
change In the democratic attitude
was inuicatoa eiiner py tno letter or
tho proceedings of tho confurcne1.
Tho democratic itenalo force3 re
mained determined, he said, not to
accept tho republican article 10 res
ervation, uiiIuhu It were iiMdlf d.
In some quarters etlgulflean " w.s
reen In the fact that iho ictcr ot
tho president was written i .r dv. s
before the h'purtlsan ncg. imtcra
collapsed, following the n fusal t
tho lepubllcans to con-dd. r mo I fl
tlon or tho rejei vtiiiin relating to
at tide 10 and tho Van: io doe'rim
It I..-.. . . , lyi.i.ul H li:it thn ro..nrr
' nf t... .irtiMont'u i.ttlt.,.1
might havo had weight with the
d"iti "ratio conferees In agreeing to
initiator the wholo fUht into thn
llesldos article K tho president
touched on the reset vatiops rt
spoctlng withdrawal and itiund.1
torlcn, saying ho had no objoctlon to
qualifications on these subjects, llij
also gavo his approval of thu 'nter
pretatlvo reervntlon presented by
CONTINUED ON l'AOE TWO.