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VOL. XIV, NO. 135.
HAT JNTO RING
Federation of Labor to
of Both Parties
vmrnnrtisan Policy Made
Necessary By the Re
COMPERS TO PICK TICKET
Candidates Indifferent tp the
A. F. L. Will Be Fought
It; Th Ax-Iled Pren.
WASHINGTON, l'cb. 8. Oruin
Ireel labor, 3,000,080 strong, lia
thrown iu hat Into tho political ring.
Menrously denouncing congress,
which, It was said, "bus failed o do
in duly." the American Vcderation
of labor today announced tho ap
pointment of a naUor.il iionpniti
n nolltlc.il campaign committee,
h.ch will moblllzo. trudu unionists
and all lovers of freedom" in tin or.
fnrt tn defeat candidates Indifferent
or hostile to labor and to elect
"tmo and tried" friends. Not walling
lk for the Reneral election in rsovamoor,
K i ihe ramna cn Wl 1 uo sinrte i immcui-
' ilely and pursued without rol.ixallon
through the primaries. In which It Is
dated all aspirants for office will
have their records "analyzed," staten
In unmistakable language and given
the widest posslblo publicity," This
program applies to all candidates,
from presidential nominees, down.
Samuel Gpmpera, president of tho
federation. Frank Morrison, tecrc
tary, and Jaines O'Connelt. prcHldcnt
of the federation's mcjal trades de
partment, were appointed ns execu
tive comml'.tee, empowered to obtain
uch assistance as necessary. Four
women are included in tho national
A national crisis, threatening the
free liiatltutions of tho country, by
me 'reactionary' attituao or con
grews, It" was said, Impelled organ
Iwd labor to apply this year tho non
partisan policy formulated In 1900
and used in several subsequent cam
paign. Announcement of the decl-
lon was mado In an official circular
imbodylng tho conclusions of tho
federation's general committee,
which has been In session several
aayi. This circular will bo dis
tributed to trado unionists In every
6tate through tho local unions.
"The Inherent rights and princi
ple! of our people are threatened,"
me circular oeglns.
"Tho free Institutions of our coun
try are menaced.
'Tho Ideals of democracy nro In
The congress bf tho United States
iu fallal to do Its duty. It lias
lailtd to meet tho emergency. It has
Pien encouragement and support to
lutocra'le and reactionary policies.
dominating thought has been tho
Impression of labor.
Every effort to securo remedial
jnd constructive legislation hus
-k iVJ?V0v.."PI0f1 for redrewhas met
ha " f L opcn ll0st""y- Tho
t.v... iiau ua'ii uneu uy
Z,' '""lilies to foster and spread
fortihr ,i 1 .B!..noa ntrainat tho cf-
iori of the n mi in vn,.L.
iSi'i''"'1 l,!wful activities for tho
r?5fi on Promotion of their
'The hour has arrivcrl when ti,n
Sem; u ln. thn maintenance of
tirir fn'ri'f lnfl"u'lons must marshal
and ; id-n 111 ,lcfe"su tholr rights
lr'j " ' ntoier.iblo that a people who
if. for Hri,st mak0 world
" UUinit 10 I1I1V MOlrlnllnn .1...
,ln JnherltSd from li e
relation e 0ur natlon- Tho p.,i
4 th. ?"r fn1nniental rights
it.; : 1P(?Islatlon tlnmuml ihn
8. litltai .rBurdlcAi of Ihelr po
I' m'.V,'".1'0""- "'ho nr. truly
THE LEASING BILL
ro"feronv Report to 1
DillO for ,1... II
. M A.i-aiiUK
l,'n oend.n ,Ie(fll,'llIf"i. which linsJ
fr iwtit ll"?. ' on. form I
Bovm ... """ ' expected to
'"morrow ,fer,"s flna' enactment
bo" of '"I"Ptlon by the
bill , -""- vfii-n report on
to u ,k ..aVlnff. "nly similar action
Pnroval. 3 ,0 lho Prea..jnt for
'Wtt V"iMU. Wyomlnir.
"""t tonhrh, ?' I,'7uVr ln n Mn
tion by ,vf. , '"cdlctlng prompt ac.
Wt.,.?. 'ne hoii!o. nni..,i .......
i110" of tS !i a ,l'rPDP cotisorva-
Hunlry" imIn?ral ""irces of tho
mnt .dn-8ur,n? their .levelon-
r """ron,i r,,,,,,,,,. . .
f ii- f-,; rfBK nines io
WAS rvIlPm ,IlK,,e,
"" offlcir.n ralro;l1 .admlnlstrn-
'mp oy,,--""' neaus or railroad
irrrte.H Smr workrs will bn re
,hl" Vu, 0ff with the hope that
""J'on n t0rubml i dsflnlto prop
" h v- I Unlon l'lclaW oarly
lh ronr.r-. nml with this before
L1 of Wl, , ;r; n-ion in no opin
Vy "h Bides will not be long de
World's News Told
in Condensed Form
for Hurried Readers
l.ntt A Vlll.? I .l.'ia r.i . ti i-i. .
llullork, ml.l lu 'hi," lnni' tho unlnl
il 7 uii tn uciu lift, id nun
PIUI at (llmil.le, nr ham ftr a
year's lllneia. II vrai n Jura eld.
IIOUflTON. V.h Ill...u u
ot Haltaraa w mill, about flvn mllea
rrorn liouaton. wa litl.l up anil rotbml
ot 111,000 and an auiomuMIe yeatenlay
nnnn r a . . ... .1 - , . , .
, . - nF.iuniiiTi m u.iri 1.11111
wa taklim muner to the mill to ray
NEW TOllK, rl, I t.leut lielvln W
Manard, the "(lying paraon, ' winner M
the tranaranllnenlal air iltrliv. wl lcae
Mlneola. N. Y tnmorruw cm a ?,000 inlla
fllKht to New Orleans ami hack In the
Intereat of army enlmtinenta.
WARHIN'OTON. Kah I rh. n.,.l
committee of thn American l-'cderiitliii of
iiutir, wnitn 11.1a in'n malting plana for
a Vlajuroua campaign thla fall to air t
membera of lunitte-a an,) other old tala
(rlenJIy tu otiianlio,! labor, cunclujcj Ita
TtOMK. Pah I Th. Vnllian h.. nirp..1
to the appointment of l'tof. I.udwix l',
tor n Auatrlan illplomatln epreanlatlve
to the Holy Heo. l'rofcsaor I'uator, whe
will bo t-harae fl'arfulraa. tenjl
crfAllon of nn AiutrUn IfKktlon, U tho
ftuthnr of blitory cf the Voom ot tlio
Ni:V YOltK. Vtb S. A chinir In ttio
tiamo of td r.tnnina tu.na! tu itm.afvrit
canal, In lionur of former I'rrsliltnt
.loofflvvit, w Ruciret4 by Joh TeJadiV
tirfjiMe&t of the chamber of OepUll of
llollvK tii1 c) l?Kt tu th" Amprlran
flnancUI fonferrnci, at n luncheon of the
national HcituLlUun club here
KALAMAZOO. Mich.. Keb f:tcht
early cloalnr puraet with a vttlue nf $14.
000 wre (announced for Kal&maino'n Uth
annual KranJ rlrcult mcetltiK. The colt
races will be two In three heata. the
clannen for afjeil buries, thtie hfAta
atralght Thtre will be & latA clo.nl ns pro
gram of tight or 10 evfiita.
OKLAHOMA riTY. Vh. 1 r.nvrnnr
Itobrrtion han rCflvt'l an Invitation to
peak In the Third consroaalonal dlitrlct
of Mlaiourl tn the pre 11 election tam
palcn In uhkh Mrnator Owen look part
week after the Oklahoma mate conven
tion. Tho governor declined on account ot
preMinK onaineaa nere.
OKLAHOMA CITY. Keli. 8 Attornev
Kreellnic, candidate for United Htaten sen
ator for Oklahoma, today addrensed a let
ter to Con pre in an Scott Kerrla and Sen
ator T. I. t;or challenging them to de
bate the question of the ratification of
me wo mm Ruiiraee amendment, at the
coming: apeclal aeialon of the legislature.
ATLANTA. Cla.. Feb!" 8 .The thren At
lanta neepaperc appeared In abbreviated
iorm nere tnia inorninic necauKe or a
walkout of nreaiimen on the Journal and
the. Oeortflan Ouzettft, duo to demanda
regard Inn bonue and workln(condltlon.
which the pubtlhera claim are provided
for In an unexpired contract.
OKLAHOMA CITT. Keb. I. lunula U
Kmmerion. secret arr nf state of llllnol
and director of the national tarn pal gn to
fet the republican presidential pomlna
lon for (iovernor Inwden, Lit epertetl to
Arrive In Oklahoma City thla week to con
fer with Frank A. Tarklvon. head of the
Lowden movement In Oklahoma, In re
gard to obtaining; tho atate'e support for
hln randtrlate, -
N W O ILKANH. Ib. B. Ionaihore-
men on the local dockn have voted t"
tunice alter trie ranroan naminiRtraiion
liAtl renme.l their netnanua for lnrreaneu
pay. An embargo on all etpnrt frelKht
io ,ew ur rani waa orncren. rne eiriKe
lnolven about f. 000 men. who claim the
present to of 43 cants an hour un In
LITTLK ROCK, Ark.. Teh. 8 There
wan a dectlnt ln the number of new
canes of Influenza reported here and In
the at ate, but there wan a train In pneu
monia caiei. in tne city mere were -iz
new Influenxa patlenta and five pneu
monia ca Ther were 1.113 new cure
of Influenxa And 33 new caeea of pneu
monia In the elate- Thre were no deaths
llOKTI-ND. Ore. Ib. 8 M. If.
Hoiirer, lce president of the United
States eraln corporation, han characler
Ixed as "rldlculou and absurd" rhirgea
by a fe tier ul grand ury at Rpokpne,
Uash., that he had been uble, thrnuKh hla
official position, to operate praln com
panics at "ImmftN profltt." to hlmaelf
and his aisoctaten
NI3W YOltK, Ib. - The hurrh
ppaco union announces that h commlsxlon
of lhre. a Oath" I.e. a t'roteetant and a
.lew, will ilslt Mexico "to atudy condl
tloni there with n view to amlcdbly iet
tllni; difficulties between that country
nd the United SUles. J'etr Y. Col Una.
Knlfihtu Columbus, reconstruction dlrec
tor, haa been (elected to reprevent the
Catholic rhur h.
IllIltl.lN. Feb t Th VoMluche JSM
(1100 reports that the note arcompnn Ins;
the Hat of nam en of tho German accused
by the allies of war rrlmee, was to have
been dell.i-rcd yesterday by the 1'rcnrh
chares d'affaires, M. do Mardlly .ccunl
Ins; to the newspaper, It ht reported In
diplomatic circles that the no4e maintain
the principle of punlMhitmnt of kuIUv, but
Is so drafted aa to mini It of the Impos
sibility of negotiations.
CHICAOO, Feb. lUlph nuBlto. be.
lleved by th pollco to b trie owner of
the automohllo uerl by tho anaallantH of
Murleo Mos" KnrlKht. a labor gunman,
shot to death last Tuesday nljcht bv men
In an automobile, appeared ln the i-tale
attorney' office He denied nny ronner
tlon with the shootlnK and said his car
was not out that night The witnesses of
the shooting Identified Ttugllo's mnchlne
aa the one used, the police said.
WASIUNOTON. Veh 8 Corrected fig
ures on casualties. In the A K V publish
ed by the war department, brought the
total to 305 612 Instead of JtS.061 as
shown In figures complied from weekly
reports furnished to the press The cor
rected total was compiled by the ad
jut ant general after comparing his rec
ords with those from Trance The correct
ed figures are 321,059 wounded. ?7 lt
deaths. 4 432 captured by the enemy nnd
three mUsIng In action. Casualties from
Hlberla were not Inrluded.
OKLAHOMA CITY, Feb 8 A list of
speakers who will address the Oklahoma
Hetall Clothiers convention, which opens
hero next Trmrsrjay annnuncen nrrr
Among th speakers will be John A. I'aln.
nsalstsiit United Htales attorney , John II
nj.h.i! fttato fair nnrfl commissioner
A IX MrMitH'n, secretary of the lletall-
era association; niiom a. iit-uriinmii'
on rr.rmer nresldent of the National Its
tall Clothiers' AHsnclntlon, and Mayor
Walton of OKianoma iiiy.
DALI-AH. Texas. Feb. 8 TSsUbllsh-
ni.n nf mrrlcultural denartment.
whose purpose w III be to "attack Ibe
country's problems from the clU'a stand
point" was announced here by the Texss
chamber of commerce The new depart
ment. It was said, will "work not with the
farmer, but with the huslness man
throufih local commercial organisation
In an effort to etop the alarming rxodu
fi th farm, msklntr sericulture and
agricultural production mora attractive to
nu-i.AirrMA CITY. Feb. I. Confer
ence regarding railroad conditions after
th expected return of the roada to pri
vate management on March 1, was held,
here by Hock Islsnd officials, Including
I. -M. Allen of Chicago, passenger traf
fic manager; iiai r nr m ira iioinr-,
Iowa, assistant general passenger agent :
John O. Farmer of Fort Worth, Taxaa.
general passenger agent, and II M.
Prnwn. division paasenger agent and O
11 Collins and A. If. Hunt, travellne pa
aengar agents of Oklalioina. City.
ntfT.iiinslA PITT." Keh. I. TlrleklsT.
era, who have, been nut on a strike here
for ween, nr i i1"1." l"
dav morning under the tarma of the t
iaii nnirart. hut with the understand
jng that on April L they are to receive
oiwoti nnd the rontractnrH. F J, Kearns,
president of the JtuUders' aasoclatlon of
Oklahoma, announced tonight. The brli
tayers strmk for an Ineresse of from 19
to lit a dav The strike Involves approx
tmately $3,000,000 worth of building under
construction here and at Norman.
Sims Storm Center of Naval Inquiry
1 I m 1 I a... 1 1
t4tMA f'Wf' " 7? T, ,v.sajae. -gw I
The recent startllnir statements
made by Admiral Finis beforo the
sonato siibcommllteo on naval nf-
ralm that hli work commander
of the I'nlted Htales naval forces ln
Upon List for
MANY CROSS BORDER
Switzerland Alarmed At Pros
pect of Having to
imni.I.S", Feb. 8. Tho allied list
of war criminal's und the covering
tcttor was handed to Premier Oustav
Viauer at 0 o'clock B.iturday nlshl
by M. de Marcllly, tho Trench chargo
A letter from I'romler Mlllerand
accompanied tho n,oto and list, ex
plalnlni; the new procedure of the
allies us the outcamo of the refusal
of Uaron Kurt von Iirsncr lo trans
mit tho list to tho Uorman govern
ment. I'romler llauer expressed to the
French cliarnn tho jrovcrnmont'n dis
approval of vo'n Lcrsnor's action.
-The cabinet is Hlttlnrr today to dis
cuss tho allied demands,
Ono of tho Hermans demanded by
Poland for war rrlmes' u Herr von
Krles, vlce-preslileut of tho Prussian
diet. Herr von Krlef was chief of
tho civil administration of the occu
pied districts of Poland during the
LONDON', Feb. 8. Tho nxchance
Telegraph's CopcnhaRen correspond
ent says that the Iierlln Kovcmment
Ih renulved to cull a meetlnB of par
liament Immediately upon receipt of
tint allied note dcmatidlnir thn sur
render of thoio Kullty of war crimes,
SWISS IV.AK A
OIINKVA. Fob. S. Anxiety is
srouiiik' In Sln official inmrtcrn
lost many nermans accused by tho
allien of war crimes enter Switzer
land to cscopo liability under the
It is reported from ll.islo that
Vlci'-Admlral von Capelle, fdrmer
minister of tho (ierman navy,
crossed tho frontier yesterday. Huron
von der Lanrkcn, civil Kovornor of
IlruAHitlH durlnir tho (Ierman occupa
tion, Is reported to have arrived In
Switzerland from Munich. Formor
Crown Prlncv Itupprecht of U.ivarU
has been staylnp; at Davos.
Thero l no Swiss law aualnst the
ontranco Into the country of fuBl
tlves. ii i n i,i:Di:its to
1IHM.1.V, Feb s. A fcecret meet
lnB of army und navy loaders n
month ago ln nntlelp.tilun of the al
lien' demand for extradition of those
Bullty of war crimes, complied a set
of resolutions for common action.
These Instrustlons, which are nlRned
by rjonerals von lleerlnfieii, von
Klurk and Falkcnhayn, as well as
others, declaro that It Is a violation
of honor for ono to place hlmsolt
outside tho palo of seizure by his
own Kovcmment or tho entente. '
Theroforo, they mult refuse to
stirrendor, refuse to reconizo the
legality of a foreign court nnd do
nothlnif in the shapo of personal do.
fense, or olhorwlso acknowlediie
KiK'h court, but make tho following
rnmmun declaration In tho Oerman
"I havo merely done my duty aa a
Gorman soldier. As such I refuso to
recoKMzo a foreign court and also
doclliiM to make nny further state
rnent.'' THOUGHTS TO
"HOX NU.MHEU. CAKK WOHM)"
If you end your Want Ad with
Uieso four words, Tho World Want
Ad Taker wilt provldo u box In the
World "poslofflce" and all tho ro
pllos to tho ad will bo held thero
until you send or call for them.
This nlan makes It possible for you
to advertise In the Want Ad columns
without irttlni; Tulsa people know
who you are. l'nnne os.igo ouuu
and ask for tho Want Ad Department.
TULSA, OKLAHOMA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1920.
Uuropegn waters had been hindered
bl luck nf co.operatlnn nt Washing
ton, that It look can tal off c a s
months tn awaken tn tho situation
abroad nnd that liu was hampered In
OF MONROE PACT
San Salvador Wants to
Know What Doctrine
WOULD JOIN" LEAGUE
Wilson Expected to Write
Eixplunation for the
OTHERS ARE INTERESTED
While Recognizing That the
Principle of 1823 Aided
Them, They Want Report
WASIIINOTO.V, Fob. 8. I.itln
Amerloan countries which partici
pated In tho peaco conference, and
also thowt who havo been Invited to
Join tho leairuo of nations nro watch.
Inc; tho request of Salvador that the
United Stales doflno the Monroo doc
trine bo that they will know Just
what they aro agreeing to lf they
Join tho leaKUe.
Tho Btato department has ack
nowledged receipt ot tho request. It
now remnlns with President Wilson
to draft a reply. Meanwhile some
of tho Iiiln-Amerlcui countries nro
t'claylng Joining the Icaguu until the
definition is mu.de.
Tho reference to tho Monroe doc
trlno is article Dl of lho covenant
of thn leugue of nations. For tho
first time the communication of thn
Salvadorean Kovernnicnt Is mado
public, It reclteH that desplln ItH
neutrality In thu war, Salvador man
ifested "Its sympathy on every oc
casion for tho Iduals which animated
tho government of tho United States
in entering the war," pralncd PresU
dent Wilson for "having crystallized
tho legitimate hopes of a -fruitful
ponce, by submitting tho draft of a
league of nations coverjnnt, mani
fests tho desire to ndhcro to this
treaty which sanctions arbitration
as tho only method of settling dis
putes between nations", and con
tinues: "From the year 1823 in which the
dlstlnculshed James Monroe rejected
all Intervontlon by Kuropean nnllonn
In tho affairs or the American conti
nent to tho present day, this doclrlno
has undergone different applications
depending upon pjllllcal tendencies
prevailing at that particular time in
the United States.
"My government recognized that
fho Monroe doctrlno consolidated
tho independence of the continental
stales of Latln-Ameilcs, and saved
them from tho groat danger of a
Kuropean Intervention. It realizes
that It is a powerful factor ln the
exlHtcnco of a democratlo form of
government on this continent and
that it raised a barrier to Kuropean
colonization S'nco, however, the
covenant of the league uf nations
does not set forth nor deterrnlno the
purposes nor fix a definite criterion
of International relationship in
America; and since on tho other, the
dootrine will bo Iforihwlth trans
formed In view of tho full sanc
tion of thn nations of tho world
into n principle of universal public
law. Juris et dp Jure, I request that
your excell 'iicy will bo good enough
to give the authentic Interpretation
of tho Monroe doctrine ns It Is un
derstood In the presont historical
moment and In Its futuro application
by tho government of tho United
ARE CLEANING THE STREETS
New York Oily l.'inplnyH 10,000 Mi ll
to Itemovc tho SIuhJi.
NKW YOltK, Feb, 8. Aided by
sprinkling weather, tho ontlro fnrco
of tho Btrcet cleaning department,
reinforced by a voluntoer army of
10.000 men, mado rapid progress to
day ln clearing many of tho Impor
tant thoroughfares of lho city which'
havo been Ice and snow choked since
the recent blizzard.
t'a.Mon Tiller, mile zorti clothe. 8. K
corntr tftcouil anil Mllo, upilalri, A dirt.
naming his ship commanders nnd
nidi", havo mined republican n-n
atots to decide on demanding u full
inquiry Into tho war operations of
on fast Train
One Man Killed -- Ten
Hurt When T. and P.
engineer" saw act
He Applied Brakes, But
Could Not Stop Until
FOItT WOUT1I, Texnn, Feb, S.
Deliberate Intent of unidentified per
sons, to wreck Texas At Piteifle pas
senger train No. 12 liy throwing a
switch is charged by thn engineer
of tho train which wrecked two
mlleti rnsl of Hanger at 1 o'clock
one man being killed and 10 in
J. 1. Taylor, hunlneiM man of
Sweetwater, was killed, his body be
ing found bcnentlKthn tmggrtiiu ear,
Tho Injured: Con ductonwir Frr
ci 1 no 11, Fort Worth; engineer New
ton Smith, Fort Worth; fireman A.
Cannon, Tobaseo While, Springfield,
Alo.i 13. 11. Stuart, Pago City, W. Va.;
Sam Wheelman, Austin, Wash.; uni
dentified while infill; Ihreo negroes.
None of the Injairlts are nerlous.
Knglneer Smith reported to offi
cials of the road thai he inw a white
ma,, turn the switch about 800 yiirdi
ahe.nl of the train. I'murgeury
brakes were applied but tho train
could not be sloppod. Turning Into
the switch the engine crushed Into
several baggage cars on t lie siding
Four cars were derailed. Officers
have taken up the case. Tho man's
motive in wrecking tho train lnol
known. No effort was made to rob
the mall or baggage enrs,
ULSTERITES WILL FIGHT
VlMxmiMosM buy. Prmlnrii JSPnt to
;h Up Its ItUthts,
LONDON, Feb. 7 - A dispatch to
tho .Manchester (luardlan from pel
fast says ih. 1 1 much comment lias
been amused bv a speech made by
VIseounleHfl Maswereene at a unlopUt
meeting In Antrim In uhlih sho de
clared that Ulster was detei mined
never to surrender Hh rights and
that If any attempt Is made :u sever
her Irom lho Jlrltlih elnpri men
will rwnrm over from KngUnd and
Scotland to assist' against "lh com
BANKER'S SON IS DEAD
Ai'iito IikIIrcmIIoii C'iiiisin Foil nf
.lack llrcvtrr, geil :!,
.Inck llrewer, a yfar old son ot Mr.
ant' Mrs. Charles W. llrewer ot Httl
South llostou nventio. died huddenly
yesterday afternoon nf ncuto Indi
gestion Tho boy was taken III an
hour previous, and thn efforts of
three physicians wero fruitless.
Mr. Ilrtiwer is vice president of
tho Security Stata Innk, Funeral
arrangements will be made today.
REDS ATTACK JAPAN
llnlslu-ilkl Ijiiun li Uprising on Maud
of Sakalillu: Oili'hMi
11 Tl.o AocUtKl l'rc.
TOKIO, Feb. 8.--Ilolshevlkl up
rising against tho Japanese on the
liland of Sakhalin are reported, Im
portant Japanese mining und pe
troleum plants have been attacked.
A rescue party In 30 sledges has been
sunt to tho scene.
LONDON, Feb. 8. Holshevlkl
troops hoyo victoriously entered
Odessa, according to a wireless mes
sage sent out today by tho sovlul
government at Moscow.
Iljr Thn AiiorltUd 1'ren.
WAHSAW, Wednesday, Feb. .
Tho noclallsts announce that a gen
eral slrlko will bo prncla lined
throughout Poland If tho government
reject tho bolshevik! peaco offer.
They aasert that ull tho labor parties
would support such u strike.
Doekcry .May llciiiwr.
OAMiATlN, Mo.. Fob. 8. Hope
for the speedy recovery of Alexander
M, Dockery, third wlatant postmic.
ler general nnd former gtvrriio. sf
Missouri, waH expressed tonlghU
Roth Sides Agree That
DOES WILSON AGREE?
Publication of Lotli-rs to
Hitchcock Cause Solons
to Ask Question
HARMONY IS SOUGHT
Viscount Grey's Statement
to Make It Possible for
AHIUNOTON, Fob, 8. The
treaty of etalllcs, which has lain
In a parliamentary pigeon holo slneo
November l'J, while 11 ban Is for Its
lutlflcatlon was unsuccessfully sought
In private negotiations, will bo
brought formally before tho senate
Although prompt agreement In cx
peuted generally on many of t tit)
minor points at Isauo, u long and
bitter contest Is forccust over article
10 and peihnps 11 few other t unity
provlidonu, Thn loaders on both sides
profess to sco'iioinn hope ot tatlfica
tlon, but some other senntois bellevu
thu deadlock certain to continue.
Itupublleau and democratic leadem
plan to co-operatn In untangling the
parliamentary Testrtotlons which
must bo !.-.iur,v.'-.1 fnnn ttlmut tno
treaty to permit It again to bn con
nldeied nnd to rid It ot the cloture
Impound In November. Although tho
first move will bo mado tomorrow,
thesu parliamentary techulcallllt'ii
may delay actual clobitto until Tiuvi
day or Wedueeday,
Aside from tho outstanding Issues
ot tho treaty fight Itself, tho most
prominent nubject of discussion
among senators tonight was the
letter of President Wilson, laid be
fore tho demociatiu conferonre yes
terday and niacin public by Senutor
Hitchcock ot Nebraska, the demo
cratlo leader. The president' ie
unwed declaration ot opposition to
some of the language ot thn repub
lican reservations was Interpreted In
Some declared thn letter an Un
compromising reiteration bf thn
stand taken by hint on tlto evo of
.liu .-.nvi'iuuur rauiicaiiou voie, una
asserted (hut publication of his let.
ler at this time agulu hud widened
tho breach between tho democratic
and republican senate forecs. Othdrs,
piofcKsIng to co new evldonce of
concession in tho president's words,
predicted ail opposite effect.
Although tho president's letter was
written beforo publication of the
statement of Viscount tiley, Ilrltish
ambassador to tho United States, ro.
ca riling reservation. In some qiur.
tern It vu suggestod that the loiter
would not havo been permitted tu
bucomo publlo yesterday if Uie Ilrlt
ish fitafesuinn's views had resulted
In any change in tho president's no.
GUARDSMEN " ON JOB
Kenlm lo CHIen Snlillrrv to I'rolcU
Negro isiim-iI of lleluoiis
J.KXINdTO.V. Ky., l.'eb. 8.-'l'lireo
hiindicd iirmed militiamen with ma-i-hliie
giina and automatic) rifles will
guard the l'uyotlf courtliouse Mon
i:iy morning when William l,ockeit,
negio, goi..s on trial hero for the mur
der of JO-je.ir-old (lenova Hurdman,
In addition to the state militia,
which will accompany tho primmer
here from the slato penitentiary at
ernnkrmt r.n vti ,.t,M .... ,
sheriff s posso will assist In prekcrv-
A message tonight from lho ad
jutant genera In Frailkfort warned
that the guardsmen will shoot to
kill If nn attempt at lynching Is
made Kvetj person entering the
courthouse -will i searched.
LEGION TO MEET TUESDAY
Millions to liu Distributed to the .V
.Member nf Post.
Pultons and metal cards will bo
distributed to the 050 ex-servlio men
who Joined Joe Caisou post, Amer
ican I.eglnn, during the recent menit
bershlp drive, al tho meeting chIIci!
for 7. ,10 o'clock tomorrow night In
the municipal auditorium.
All of 1 hive men, as well as tho
legulur member, uie urged tu at
tend, as final plans fur entertaining
Oener.il Pershing will bo mado.
Si'i'l.H ,ob llmllirr Held,
NKW Oltl.KANS Fob. 8 Kdwln
S. Ilrotissiird of New Iberia, an
nounces his lonilldury for lho
U11. led Stales senate to succeed Son
War Bride Marries Brother
of Father of
FALL KIVl.lt, Mass.. Fob. 8. -any
8. Splker of Haltlrnoro and
Mis Kmlly Knowles of Hluley
bridge, Kngland, wero. married
here this afternoon at tho homo
of Mr. and Mrs, William If Hat
torsby The ceremony was per
formed by Kov. Henry A, Arnold,
pastor of tho Hogto Street Chris.
Hon church, nnd wa attended by
members ot the Uattcrsby family
No Room Here For
the Unpatriotic Says
HI'lll.VOPIICU,, i.v, v
Major (lenenil Leonard Wood,
speaking today nt a Lincoln me
inorlnl service ieferte, to the iiiur
tyred prrwldeiifs stand for law und
ord, r and declared that there Is
no room In America for the unpa
triotic Uencral W 1 was the uet of
(Inventor nnd Mrs Frank O. Iiw
iieu at the executive maulnn dur
Imi his visit here The two ra mu
tinies lor the presidential nnml
iiiulnn on the republican llikel
met on the tdatfiirm at I In, meel
Iiik and were given nn ovation as
liny exrhiuiged greellngs.
BOY SCOUTS TO
AID IN CENSUS
Rev. Abel Preaches to
Them Sunday; Boys
Scout Sunday brought out parades
and special services In every city of
the country leslerdny, but In Tulsa,
over 200 Iiojh, most of whom worn
tholr unity khaki uniforms, inn robed
through tho business section yester
day evening to the First .Methodist
chinch and filled the balcony. Itev.
J. W. Abel, thn pastor, turned the
ontlro service over to tho boy scout
movement soon titter lho troops en
tered lho church.
Union services, were hold for Ihem
In Tulsa last night It was the an
mini affair of thu Hoy Scouts ot
America, more noticeable yesterday
Imh'uiiso It was the tonth ntintvorsuy
of the organization nnd becauso It
was tho first time that all Tulsn
boy scouts have partlclpatmt: This
week, all boy scouts will bo busy
with various public sunlcofl In nihil
Hon to banquets nnd parties In ob
servance of "Father and Son week."
All last week tho scouts pawicd
blanks throuali tho huslness section
to persons who had not been enu
merated, Yesterday several thou
sand blanks wern addod to thnso
completed by thn federal census
lakers nnd many moro are being dis
tributed today and tomorrow ,y tho
scouts, Tho committee of blislnesti
men, through F. O. iJirson, publicity
dliertor for thn census, htia reqiledod
tho boy scouts to usslit In the re
canvass of Tulsa.
"Huslness men are sometimes ills.
Inleresled In tho mailer of taking
inn census," sir. Larson said yester
day. "Hoy scouts .'un assist and they
are doing nicely. Hundreds and hun
dreds of pooplo with ho Interest In
Tulsa except tlio money they make,
havo not been visited by the census
taker, perhaps, and havo not called
tho supervisor about It."
Kvery person In Tulsa who has not
been eniinierutod should oall Osago
C93 or Inqulro at tho Census super
visor's office, municipal building, for
a blank, whll'lx wilt be) furnished
free Hoy scouIm will call nt every
office building whero thero Is n
person who has not been unii.
merated. Call nt the supervisor's of
fice, ask for 10. noo lluthrcy, nnd
glvo I i 1 1 11 your nanio afnl address, the
census committee ulll do thn rest.
Hbinks lite oppnslto your plnco
In Tulsa's population unlios you
hnvo been eniimnrated,
Hlanks Is tho namn applied to
those who llvo In Tulsa, but do
not enrn enough about the city
to register with Uncle Hum us a
Hbinks furnished by tho big
men of lho ully, free, can bo ob
tained for thn asking.
Hlnnktt- thousands nnd thou
sands of workers, loafer, business
men, crooks, men, women nnd
children nt all creeds and colora,
huvo not booh counted us blanks.
Ulank gjit jono nt tho office,
fourth floor, municipal building,
Mrs. II an den Ex plain h
Came Lead in f lo liar
Defeat al Convention
In thn following slatumeur given
lo The World last night Mrs. II.
Forrest ifiiyden, candidate for del
egate lo thn San Fruuelsco conven
tion at Urn recent democratic con
vention at Muskogee Inst Thursday,
thanks her friends for their loyal
support and further explains thn
defeat ot her candidacy. Thu state
"In Justice to myself nnd the
friend who so loyally supported
nm at Hon Francisco In Juno I
wish to correct lho statement that
was made that It I,. Davidson
"withdrew his candidacy Just be
fore the balloting In thn district
caucus look place." I In tried to
withdraw, but his backers would
not nl low him tu do so. und so ho
remained In nnd woh defeated by
Mrs. Carson When I saw that
Tulsa would be defeated If tho two
of us remained In tin) contest, I
authoil.ed my candidacy with
drawn, which wa done.
"I wish lo thank my friends for
the splendid support given mo.
"MPS. JJ, FOHHKST 1IAYDKN,
Her Own Baby
und n number of newspaper mon.
A congratulatory telegram- waa
rocolved from llaltlmorn from Mrs,
Porley Hplkor, slstor-ln-law of
tho bridegroom and wife ot tho
father of tho child that was
brought to this country from Kng
land several days ago by Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Hplkor. said they
would bMVo for New York und
Du ft I moro tomorrow,
PRICE 5 CENTS.
HOOVER SAYS HE
IS NOT IN RACE
Will Supimrt Party That j
Stands for League If
Made An Issue
WON'T VOTE BLINDLY 1
Ex-Food Dictator Declares
it. t . r .1 i I
ill! In wppUHUIl tu ,jl
BELIEVES IN THE COVENANT !
He Defines His Views Upon
Political Parties In
. tho Nation Today
NHW YOlllC, Feb. S. -Horbort
Hoover tonight lesued n, fitatcment
doflnlng hi attitude toward the
presidency. Ho nnnounced that ho is
not a candidate for Uio nomination
nnd that nn ono Is authorized to
speak for htm polllleully. If the
lougun of nations Is tuailo nil insun
In tho olccUou ho mvyH liu will vntn
for tho party that stands for tho
league. In responstt to requewts that
lie declaro nlleglancn to ellhor one or
thn other nf tho great political par.
He. Mr. Hoover says ho will wall
until It moro definitely appears what
thn parly mnniiKorn stand for, and
will "cxorclso a prerogntivo of Amor
lean cltlxonshlp und docllno to
pledgn my vote blindfold." HI state
"In order to answer n largo
number nt question all nt onco, let
ma emtihaslza that I havo tiiKen a
day off from tho Industrial confer
ence ln Washington to como to Now
York solely lo attend to pressing
mattern In connection with the, chil
dren' relief. I want to say again:
I havo not sought and am not seek-
in glho presidency. I urn not a can.
dlilate. I havo no 'organization.' !
one Is authorized to upu.ik for mo
"Ah un American citizen by birth
and of long ancestry. I nm naturally
deeply lntnriwtod ln tho present crit
ical situation. My sincere und only
political dcslro Is that ono or both
of the great political parties will ap
proach tho vital lssueii which han
grown out of thn war nnd nro now
with a clear pttrposo looking to tho
wnlfiiro of our people, und that can
didates capable of a.irrylne nut this
work should bo nominated.
"It tho treaty goes over to ths
presidential election (with any re.
orvattona necessary to clarify tho
worlds mind that thoro can bo no
Infrlutrotiinnt nf thn imfemnirtls. nrn-
vldcd by our constitution und our f
nution-oiii traditions) then I must
voto tor thn party that stands for thn
league With It thero 1 hope hot
only of pro vent Ion ot wax, but also
that wo can HUfoly economize In mil
itary policies. Thero lit hone ot
earlier return of confidence nnd tho
economic reconstruction of thn
iviiiiti, i coiiiu not, voio wuii a party
If It wero denominated by groups
tlonal guarantees for free speech pr Hf
iren r'presenianon, who nopn to re
establish control ot tho government
for profit nnd prlvlloge, I could not
vote ror n, party If It wero dominated
by groups who bono for anv form
lit MfiClllllllm. Wlmlhn. II I... n.llnn.l.
ir.uiinn of industry or other destruc- M
Hon of Individual initiative Doth m
tliesn .vlpnni,. pntrtAiiSni..,! ....
nro ucllvo enough In tho country to-
nay. rseitner or tuo ilomluaUon
Would uliahlti lliesn constructive ami.
noinlc policies that will irnt us down f
from thn unsound econnmln rira Ii
tlee which of necosslty grow out ot 1
thn war, nor would they securo thn ;
good will to production In our farm- !
ers and workers or maintain tho '
Initiative of our hiisiues men, Tho
issue jook rorwnril, not backward.
"I do not believe In moro tho n two
great parlloH, Otherwlso, couiblna
Hon or groups could, us In Hurope,
cieato a danger of minority rule, l
do believe In party organization to
support great Ideals and to rarry
great ismip's and consistent policies.
Nor can any ono man dlctatu the is
sue of gre.it parties. It appear to ,
mn inai uie nope or a great major - '
Ity of our citizens In confronting this
new period In American llfi. la ll.ni
the great parties will tako powltivo
stands on tho many Issue that con
fiont us, und will solect men whoso
character nnd associations will guar
utitco their pledges.
"I nm being urged by people In
both parties to declare by allegiance
to either one or thn other. Thosu
who know mo know that I am ublc to
mum, u i my minii wneti a subject Is
clourly defined. Consequently, until
it more definitely appear what tho
party manngeiN land for, I must
exercise a pterogatlvo of American
citizenship and decline to pledge my
"I am not unappreebitivn of tho
many kind thing- that my friends
hnvo advnnt!d on my behalf, Yet t
........ ...o, win recoivo my sincerity !B:
im .ji'.'k mjaoii io unuenned
u"thL5indlU?lMrm "' """""Um "
OKLAHOMA Momliy unttlit. lockl
rain in, apt rln or .now In no.thwaat
purtlan. rolilar, Tuaailai Knlally cloujy,
ct,ntliiiil cold, f
LOUISIANA llomty Inrraaatnx cloud,
tnaaa, warmer In aaat portion, Tueaday
probaWy rain, colder In north and vroat
AUKANSU8 Monday probably rain,
col.ler In vrt ionlont Tuealay unaal
tied, (jrobably rain In eaat portion, colder
I rST TEX.I-M.,ii,l.,. i',n..lll..l
ralna. inlder In north portlun TumU
untlle.l. local ralna In eant portion,
cui It enroll! In tmrtnweat portion
U'l'MT TMVIJl. Ilnn.l.. ..A...,-. i .
ralna except rain or m.r in north err
linn (.nltlar ,tr.nl I,. .nlh...i .. . , .
'rtie.tlar nrnbulilv fair h.nl.. In
Ml portion "