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TULSA DAILY WUKLO, SUNDAY, KliJHKUAK Y 8, 1UZU.
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en I .
IS MADE PUBLIC
Hitchcock Gives Out Cor
respondence on Peace
FORM IS OBJECTED TO
President Adhcroa to Sul
hUwco on Konervution but
Doesn't Like Lniijrunfrc.
WAHIMNOTON, IVI), 7. Hmmlor
Hitchcock iiihiIo public) tonlht 111"
letter nnd llnil or lh piitsldent In
Ih following d'nionu'tit'.
'The president's b .ler dated Jan
uary 211, was rulled furlh by n letter
whlili I wrote him mi Km evenlm?
uf Mm ilny In which the bipartisan
I'finfrrmivo In Hennlor I.odge'H of
fice came so ni-r In mtruclni,' t u
reservation on urtlnln 10.
"My letter In him wiui nn follows:
"Mv Dear Mr rresldotit: Th onn
ferenee belween Hennlor t.ndK nnrt
his threo nsmu'lnteii nml mysolf nnd
four democratic Hetuitor hnvo now
reached Mm sixth day.
"On article 10 Mm effort to reach
a compromise hns now ranrhoil a
stnpe where, both sides lire seriously
conslderliiK n proposition nn Indi
cated by Mm cnnlm-ed clliplim.
"'Wo rcnuino consldemtloii of It
" Your truly,
"(1. M. HITCHCOCK,
" Miiniinry 32, 19SHV
Tim cllpplm.' referred to In Mm
letters win thi following prnpnted
compromise rescrvntloim on Article
"The United fltnles assumes no ob
IlKiitlnn to employ Hn inllllnry or
nnviit forces or Mm cronnmlo boycott
In preserve thr Icrrliorlul Intcirrlty
or pollllont Imli'pcnib'nro of nny
otlmr country innlcr Mm prov1lon
of nrllolii 10, or to omploy Mir nilll
Inry or nnvnl force of Mm Mnllcil
Hfaloii linilnr nny nrtlclo of Mm
Ipfiity for nny purpiim", nnlcHfi In nny
purllcnlnr enno Mm coimrciMi, which,
under Mm ronntiuitloti, linn Mm nolo
power to ileclnrn wnr or niithorlio
Mm uniployinont of Mm mllltnry or
nnvnl forccn of Mm t'nlleil Htntcn,
nhttll by net of Joint tcnnliitloti no
provliln. noiiiiiik imrein niinii un
ilitncil o Impair Mm obllKnllon In
nrtlclo 10 ronccrnlnK Iho ocnnomlo
'Tim refcrvutlonn which Mm pres
ident refern to nn mlno were t)i"
flvo reservation which I prenenteit
to Mm nennto November JO nflor they
'hud benn npproved by Mm dciino
rrntlo onlicun, In Mm nonuto thoy
rncelvcrt 44 votw."
Tim prenldcnt'n Ifller followni
"My Dear Keniitor llllchcnfik: n
"I lmvo KreaMy nppreolnUMl your
thol(?htfiilnrnn imd klnilnena' In
lmepliiK nm. Informed concnrnlqK
Mm conferences you und nomo of.
your collenRUen hivo Imd Willi
npnkpnntan of Mm republlcnn party
roncernlntc tho ponslblllty of Tatlfl
rallon of Mm Irenty of pence, nml
nenrt Ihln linn In npeelnl nppieelnllvo
iicknnwIedKement of your letUr of
Mm S3nd I roturn Mm cllpplni; you
u'i.m Iflml nnoutni to etinloRO.
'To tho nulmtnnco of It I, of
' I'ourne, ndhero. I nm bound, llko
. ntlrunll . T lltd JUllmtllv MWfim
nworn to obny nnd maintain tho'
constitution of theno United Stnlcn,
but I Uilnk Mm form of It very un
, forltinatn. Any renervntlnn or rem)'
lutlon nlnlliiK Mint 'Tho United
Htnten niinunien'no obllitntlnn under
Biich unci niich un nrllclo nnlenn or
nxcopl' wfiiild, rnm'nure, chill our
. rclatloinlilp with Mm nntlonn with
which wo expect to bo nnnocluled In
.Mm Brent enterprlnn of limlnlalnliit:
the world's Jience.
"The nwioiilnUoii rount, In nny cm.
m, iIriip antmlnp. Invnlva vnrv Hnr
louniul fur renchlim InipUontliiim of
Ham Lewis Colin Grcu
a "Mcdtlltno Hmubotlu"
for Lcllcr on Trculy
CIWAfJO, lel. 7 Mncount
Oroy of ntiuland m plcimed ni
n "liied'HInu Intornnilotml ' busy
body," nml his ntund for tho 1-ndRi
renorvftiions lo tho penco treaty us
"Mm ijeclnlon of Oront Ilrltnln Mint
Ihn renervntlons would piny Into
her hniiiln" ,y former Hnnnlor
Jnines llnmlllon I.ewli tipiin hlx
leliirn from WnhlnKion tO(ln".
I.nwls nxsnrted thitt Hi Dim white
Iioiihi nnd In ronnre frlendn of
I'rnililent Wllnon resentnil Mm
conduct of Mm llrltish nmljiiMNi
Our. "VlHoount drev in iniei fi ring
In Atnerlrnn pollllmi," declnrnil
I.cwln, "(yimmltlod nn offensn now
eciunl lo Mist which KiirIiuhI
olnirirrd x:iliint our Atimrlvun
inlnlnlnr, riiolpii, under rievelnnd,
who wlillu on it vlnlt to thin coun
try, nxpruMMt Ills nymtinthy for,Mio
(MniUtoiin poniiliii in t)U homo
rulo fli?lit for Irnlimd."
honor nnd duly ulhltli 1 urn Hiiro w
nhnll imver In fnct Im ilMltius of
IKnorlnR. It tn (lie more Imporinnt
not to crenle the ImpHnnliin Mint wt
are irylnK to enciipfi obllcilloim.
"Hut 1 rtxillre thut nutruilvn vrllt
rlnin Is pot nil Ihnt la nailed for In
no serious n mailer. I nm hnppy
lo ho nlfle lo mid, therufure, Mint I
hnvo ones more Kone over Mm rcnr
VKllonn ropiwcl by younwlf, Jim
copy of which 1 rolurn herewith,
nml mu Kind Im n.iy ihnt 1 tinn no
cepl idem bh tliey ntnnd.
' I hnvo nevor neon Cho HllRhtott
reiiHon lo ilrtubt the Kood fnllh of
our BiM'iclnten In Mm war, nor ever
Imd the nllKhlrnt ruanon lo fear Mint
nny nation would nenk to unlnrnfl
our oblliciitloiis under Iho covnnunl
of Ilk' Icmkuo of nntkins or wh to
conilnlt in to lines of ncllon w'hlcli,
under our constitution, only ' the
copitreiw of Mm I'nlled Huunn can,
In the hint nnalynlH dealare.
"Mny I ntlKK04t Mint with (regard
iu the tiotnllila wlthdrnwal of Mm
I'lilied Htuton. It would be wise to
lvi) to tho prcxliliint Mm rlKht tn
not upon our resolution of coiiisro'u)
In Mm mater of wlthdrnwal. In
otlmr words, It would nnui to b
litrmliutnhlo nnd nilvlwilile, Mint nny
ittinliilfnn Klvlnir nollco of with
drawn! should be n Joint, rather than
n concurrent resolution. I diilbt
whether the prenldeut cnti bo de
prived of this vein piiwor, under tho
roiiiiiltutton, even with his own con
sent. The uso of n Joint icHolutlon
would permit Iho president, who Is,
ol coiiihc, chniKed by Mm eoiwtltu-
uiin .wiin Mm conduct or foremn
policy, to inou-ly oxerolse n voice In
KAylnK whether no linpnrtnnt n Hlup
nn would Mm wllhilrnwal from Mm
lencun of nnlloim nhnuld bo nccom-
pllslmij by a majority or a two
thlrdn vole In such casen, It enmn
providing Mint Mm lcKtslutlvo body
wn lo bo oonsulted In treaty mnk
liiff nnd hnvjni; nrcHcrlhud n two-
thlrdsvotn In niitilv cares, 11 nonnin
Mint Micro nhould bo no unnecessary
depnrttiro from tho iimllmd Micro
"I ieo no objection lo n frnnk
slnternent Mint Mm Untied mmes enn
ncoopt no irmudntn with rennrd to
nny territory unilor Artlolo JCIII.
part one, or nny pruvinion of rho
lienty of pence, only by direct uu
Ihorltv nnd action of tho congress
of Mm t'nlteil HIoch.
I hope, my dear nennlnr. Mint
you will uover henllnte to cull upon
nm fof iwv nnilslnnco Mint I nan
ruiulcr In this or nuy othur publlo
FUNDS FOR GIANT
Proposals Are Laid Be
fore Congress by tho
WAHIIINUTON, Feb. 1 Con
Htriicllou of two RlHHt nenplunen,
twlct) Mm titt of ill tranaatlnullo
NCI-1 nnd linger than any In tho
world, Is plMnimti hy tho navy de
partment, tho Iiouihi i mi nil on in tn It -ten
wit told today hy Captain T. T.
Craven, director of navnt nvlntlon.
Ila mtked for 1036,000 for thin work
nnd prupoted a nnvnl nvlntlon pro-
Hrnni eimunRT i i,n uu.tjuu lor leil
llonlden Mm two IiIk planes, I'np
Inln Craven recommended four new
NO plnnen. Ho nmnller one, ono
lm: rlnlil dlrlirlble, oimllnit i,70u,
OdO; three mniiller nrm -rlarlil dlrl-
ttlblen, H kite hnlloonn und olx free
Cipiiiln ('riven nsld Orent Ilrltnln
nnd Itnly were plnnnlnir lo build
pin in' similar lo Mm lurpo ones
which Mm American navy hones to
complete in 18 month. The Atnerl-
onri niHriiiiies would hnvo a oHrry
lr en pn oily of :i Ions, a wlhir
spread of M0 feet nnd would be
iipnblo of weallierltiir h eh sens If
forced to land on thu water, ho laid.
WARNED IN VAIN
. OF VILLA'S RAID
OO.VTINUBI) PIIOM PAOK ONK.
rosentntlonn Imd been rnndo to him
by thu attorney Konernl of Mm
I'lilied Hln tea not Ui proceed with
tho rime on the iTrouml that they
should not ho tried In a cltll court
iuc iiiuiuir ouice lliry wuru tnKUll
prlnouerit In connection with nn In
vasion. "And." hn mldod. "tho
meiwiiMin dlvoroil lo mo urgltiK mo
to ceano procoedlnRS nald I nhould
hold up the ?.n hecuuao It mlKht
result In diplomatic complication
Hit Weiy I'lotitril,
The Judirn refrjioil to halt tho pro
ceedings and seven of Mm man wero
condemned to death, HW wero exo
ruled, Iho nciiteuce of tho seventh
chanRed to 1 If n Itnfirlsonmcnt
by Mm Bovernor of tbo shite.
JililKD Medlor told tho I'miinltten,
tho miKgesMon Mint hn halt tho pro
ceodlncs reachod hltrt thrnuKh nn
mretit of the department ot Justice
who rnvo lo him In open court Mm
niensnirn from Mm nttorney i;cneriil,
nnnthvr from Iho mllltnry com
miindnr of Mm nouthern depnrtnieut
nnd a Ihlrd from cither the neerotnry
of war or tho necretnry of state, ho
wnn unnblo to remember which,
"I sent bnck word." nald Mm wit
ness, "Mint Micro men hnd been duly
Indhiled by tho Brand Jury and Mint
1 could pco no reason for not pro
ceeding with Mm trial. I told tho
wrltenA of Mm mcnsnRi) there would
be no 'wntchful waltlnu' in my
Kxnmlnntlon of Mm. Ijmrn
Itttrlili. widowed by Mm Mexicans on
M r fit of Iho raid dovrlaped tho
I ,u i y .f fui h' r d-s uaon as to
he Kir H i.i' fi ii'ioii of Iho raid
crs. Hho at d h- i hu.ib.-ind wero
operailnic Inn l.'irKt"t hotel In
( oliimhus. Tho rnnlTM burned It
and her effuim to obtain tho In
nurnnco, nh told Mm committee, had
been unsuccessful beaausa tho In
nurnnno company adhered to that
Hunan In tho policy uxemptlni; them
from payment In rasa of Invasion.
Wl LSON TENDENCY
TO YIELD IS SEEN
CONTIKUKI) KUtTirVAOK ONT
HnilKtor Hitchcock Just before tho
treaty fnJIad of ratification lat No
vember". It Is wild Micro was no detailed din
eilwlon of negotiations In today'o
eonference and no formal decision
wlmlher tha democrals would hup
port In tho nuniito tho renervutlnns
mreed on by tho binirtliuu rom
mltteo. fienntor Hitchcock nald nfterwnrd
that tho oonfurnnr.n developed no
ilaM-nt from the bipartisan com
mitten's concluslorm, hut that tho
course of the democrat In tha sen
Mo next week would bo nhaped hy
the moves rnndo by tho republicans.
The democratic leader nlno de
clared thorn lind been no change lit
tho attitude of tho domocrntn nnd
that they remained nn determined n
ever not to accept tho republican
reservation to urtlolo 10 without
IrfVrlon Iii'mlern lo Mrot.
Dr iUwIiUJ Vtrtt Hut, vnr.
."MSKOOni:, I'-oh, 7, Commnnd
ern Xnd ndjulunln ot tho various
posts of Mm American Leplon fn
Oklahoma will meet In Muskogee
noon, according to nn announcement
miNle todny hy It. II. Hagen, ntato
rliAirmnn. Moro than 100 inem
biTn of Mm legion nro expectod to nlr
lend ttiln conference. Tho imrpone
of Mia meeting Is to outline policies
to bo followed by all post.
A wntor power method hns been
Invented In Kurope for hrcnklnir
down rork In mnsies Instead of
crumbllig It with blnstlnK
'JIMMY" BACK ON JOB
Tlilnl olvlHry of llriMiKtny Offliin
Hy "Viilciillnc" .McMiimI Arouwn
New Vork J'olkt.
NKW YOIIK, Kcb. 7. Two snfen
In tho lower Uroadway offlcea of tho
International Agricultural corpora
tion wero looted hint nlKht of 7,500
worth of nerurltton, postage nnd rov
iinuo ntumps, It wan announced to
dny, making thh ihlrd robbery in
three days 111 the heart ot tho finan
cial district, well below tho police
"Uond line" for crooks.
Huspiclon that a "Jimmy Vnlcn
hli flnjfor tips, In nt work In tho fi
ll Is finger tips Is nt work In tha fi
nancial district wns aroused by the
nature of Mm latent burglary. Tho
nbnenco ofjiny mark indicating that
it Jimmy or other mechanical means
hnd been used lo pry Mm nnfo open
led In the belief that It woa tho work
of on expert who could nolvo nuy
comblimtlon hy tho nenno ot touch.
The mysterious nature, of thin
latest burglnry wan emphasized by
tho fact that the building lately has
been under guard of detectives In
addition to Iho regular watchmon.
WOMAN IS CLEARED BY JURY
.Mr, (icrtnido Wilton Acquitted nt
Mnr)Hllli Cnl., Savttl Hy Hrollicr
.M,IMW!U,li, Cnl., Kcb. 7.
Mm. (Icrtrudo Wilson wns found not
guilty of Mm murder "of Charles
Drown, wealthy fhaopmnn, on tho
flmt ballot of tho Jury, taken within
IB mlnutrn nfter tho case was
given Into Its hands.
Mrs. Wilson's brother, Frank A.
McCormlck, formerly of los Moines.
Iowa, testified during the trial that
he shot Drown In nolf-dofoni'e Thu
state contended the shots fired by
Ixjth Mrs. Wilson nnd her brother
killed Urowti Tho do'e'is'i tvsllmnnv
wns to the effect that Mm Wilson
hail fired after Hi own had bee.i
Weakness of Women
for Fads Is Bldhicd
for Advanced Prices
WAHIUNCJTON, Feb, 7 Tho
American woman's weakness for
fads and fancies has upiet nil lawn
ot supply and demand and xauncd
a tremendous skyrocketing of
prices for femlnlno apparel."
With this pronouncement, "fu
nlstant to the attorney general,
Howard llgir, government doctor
for the high cost of living, today
started n cnlnade', designed to re
duce tho Cost pf women's clothing
nnd other attire, through limiting
varieties ot stylo and grades ot
Manufacturers of women's wear
ing npp.-trcl liavo been railed to
Washington for n conforenco at
which an agreement mny bo
reached to ntandardlzo tho output
of the factories, and In thin way
effect reductlonn In overhead cost
of operation with lower cost to tho
An KngltAhmnn linn Invented n
pen wiper coiiHlstlng of a glntw cop
filled with a npongo Maturated with
glycerine, which has n. preservative
effect on pens.
We have n number of positions open for
jjirls between the nges of 18 and 25 years
to learn a good profession. We pay you
while you learn. Call and investigate the
opportunities that aro offered you in our
line of work. Apply to Miss Paul, room 205
Calumet Building, or phono Osago 2900.
Hugar beotn are dug. topped nnd
ln.icloil-.by n now machine operated
by a gasollnn engine which nl.sii
moven It over tho ground.
Feb. 19-20 21
AT 23 WEST FIRST ST.
A three-day show. Everyone welcome. Admission'frce.
Fanciers and exhibitors communicate with
G. W. HAWLEY
Secretary Tulsa Rabbit Breeders Ass'n.
211S. Xanthus St., Tulsa, Okla.
Feb. 19-20-21 at 23 West First St. 1:1
To Hnllil Htrv't I'riwMlugs.
II y AMorlalnl l'rr Hlti Wlif.
UHVru.V. Feb. 7. Tllo aiithorltlin
horn nru beginning a oampnlgu of
PUllding ntreet crosslngn, A number
nro already under construction; morn
nro tu follow. Tho town officials
state that an noon as Mm street crnn
limn aro all In that thoy will Inko
Mm neconsnry ntepn to form nil Mm
Properly own.ern to establish elde
wulks nil over Urn town. Tim town
Is pnietli-nlly without sidewalks, ex
cept on the main ntruetn.
One of two first clnns Jute mills
tluu will bu established In Calcutta
will bo equipped with American ma
For,W&ck-encl Trips and
MOTORCYCLING makea motorina merriest
be u ait hour'a run into the country or a
HncerinK 'cross-country ramble of many miles. Its
handy, happy "nit and co," its ridera seated out in
the nun-kissed breeze, nnasini? close beneath the trees.
brushinri the road-edge flowers unci smiling mcadows
whrifc richer travel luxurv can there be. And motor
cycling means more if the motorcycle, with chummy
sidecar, is a
THE Harley,- Davidson
is of the highest class
design, equipment and
If is rosru7y"' comfort
to drive, dependably
durable ami dutiful In
It has gained the
name and fmne
guide your choice.
Duy a Harley-Davidson
motorcycle, with chum
my sidecar for week
end trips, or all
week travel and
about town. Aft
Come and m'
a poUon cj gaioHiu
Real comfort in the Sedan
regardless of the weather
THE closed-in comfort of the
limousine in stormy weather
an open touring car when the
weather is fine these features
make the Nash Six Sedan a popu-
Jar and practical car for driving
allyear'round. Its Nash Perfected
Valve -in -Head Motor makes' it
unusually powerful, quiet and
economical to operate.
. NEAL MOTORS CO.
Tourn4 Car, J1490
Sport Modal, 91593
Rod$t,ry. . 11490
Sedan .... f 3375
Coups .... f3350
Prica ... KntA
724 South Main St.
Phone Cedar 1270
Cunningham Motor Cyc!
Comparison proves the
big values here now
( QINCE we called especial attention to the suits and overcoats
hero at $30 to $50, we've had a good many men and young
men tell us that there is nothing quite so good in town at these
prices. They've taken the time to .look around and get posted on
present clothing values, vlf you haven't yet seen them, we"Suggest
that you do the same.
YOU can wear these garments for some three months yet and
put them away until next fall. When you take them out
then they'll look mighty good compared to what the same amount
of money will buy then. As a matter of fact there won't be any
GOOD suits and overcoats sold next fall for less than $50.
sC Owe again say, come here for a look at these good clothes and
if they don't look, good to you, don't buy. them. Kemarkable
$30 $35 $40 $45 $50
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