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VOL. XIV, NO. 136.
TULSA, OKLAHOMA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1920.
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SON APPEAL ffiJEC
Democrats of House
WANTS PARTY TO ACT
President Asked Members
to Await Action of Na
REBUKE DOUBLE ONE
Plea Turned Down Then
Resolution on Question
Itself Is Adopted.
DEFEAT OF BILL IS SEEN
Fight for Measure Will Be
Carried on But With Lit
tle Hope of Success.
WASHINGTON, Feb, 9. Ucject
kttlC President Wilson's advice, houso
iemocrats In caucus tonight went
on record as opposed to universal
military training by a vote of 106 to
IT. The president, In lettors to
democratic leaders earlier in the
day asked that notion bo withheld
ia the party's stand mlsht be left to
Its national convention.
ItcJccUon of tho president's np
peal was doublo in its cope, for be
fore declaring against military train
ing the caucus rejected, 88 to 37, a
proposal that all action bo deferred
"at this time." This vote, cast on
tho motion of Iteprusentattvo T)oro
mus, Michigan, canio after a three
hour dlscUMilnn behind closed doors
and Immediately afterward on tho
tralghtout question universal train
ing advocates dwindled to 17.
It U tho sense of this caucus,"
declared the resolution adopted,
"that no measure should be passed
by this congrees providing for uni
versal compulsory military service or
Menu Hill's Tlontli.
Though not blndlngin tho demo
cratic membership of tho house, the
caucus' decision wax interpreted by
Representative Caldwell of New
York, who led tho fight against tin1
1 caucus' action, as precluding the
possibility of universal training be
ing Incorporated in tho nrmy reor
ganization bill, soon to bo brought
before, congre1 In a statement aftor
the conference he said:
"I'nlefa thorn is considerable
ibasge n sentiment on tho demo
.atle side of tho house. It is quite
jfpparen hcro are. not enough re
publican who favor untvorsul train
; 'v to in "ude It in the rcorganlzu-
iicvrruiciess It Is nntieipaicu tnai
both liouait will have a voto on tho '
universal training proposal, for It Is
Included in the senate bill and
Lhalrman Kahn of tho house mili
tary committee, which is framing
e nouso Din, roitcrated tonight his
intention of pressing adoption of tho
Debate in tho caucus by thoso fa
Wring universal training, reflectod
the president's stand. Ileprcsontatlves
Wtehln, North Carolina; Flood, Vlr
tmla, and Dent, Alabama, were
among spcakors opposing acceptance
his argument. Though urging ro
,"c.llon of the president's stand, these
Mi other democrats offored no per
sonal criticism of either the prcsl
svor Fc-rctary Uaker. who ro
1r announced hlsaupport of
WimiN l'arty to l)icltli
.Tu. Prsident' views wcro sot
Jf"n in a letter to Secretary Maker.
eader, h v V ni ,nocrauo ,
li J .ho house. Mr. Wilson says ,
WOUid tin linCnrtimfitA Ia .itsn n 1
rarty iK,10 on lMa BUUjBCli I)articu
J?. . "nr wl'htn a few months thn
ael'a" "ssemblo In convention
k1 .dec"3re the principles upon
n. ... " (Iecms It wise to commit
... ,n 9 national election.
"Iter the ininpll unmn ilnmAcmls
Ilf tha' their action was an as
J!",,11 their "Independence' In
belief they know tho sentiment
rll,! country better than either tho
President or tho party leaders.
ii,M,1lnB ot uo president's letter
'irtually opened tho business beforo
wo caucus and almost Immediately
ht?.eMntAtlV0 Caldwell sought to
J" action by moving adjournment.
"'' Proposal was lost by an over
General debate was preelpitated by
iV. .7nta,,vo Aj'ers, KanH.is, offer
eeli. , 0 rtKhitIon rccordlug demo
S " elnst universal training.
. tirSiT" .dld not cllscrlmlnato bo
and . UnlVt,ral training and sorvlco
"a ss arioptcd the resolution was
tobth1"4 M to dcclaro oPI'osl"0"
allies Kcn'n wild that Mr. Wilson's
th .! d 'Unfortunately" removed
with leCMUv fror" a" Intlmnto touch
,, ' na ICtial nffiltm .ml .niillmi.nl
! TPA . .., . '
SW rrrtrnwXK "XZXXZ'Xt
talrn rCra,lc congressional cam-
committee, who declared the
tralnt i. PPpca to universal
m,..k ..Mr Trrrls' opinion was
si, .7 Mr' Kltchln
as that of one
sC."., .nons tnc
tho feeling of every
:"lr""t In tho
W i- ' ? rtvono fro mtho fb or
i errl U running for tho sen-
itS Pfesldcnt snld the disturbed
tttJtH he worl1 "Jos not pormlt
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in Condensed Form
for Hurried Readers
NEW YOU K, I -b 11 - Tha Amerltan
enrolling defining- company today ml
Tanred Hi. j.rite of Ira J from DSa to 8.74
rents a pound.
11KVAI,, Kathon.e. 11), 0 Kxports
from soviet Ilustia Ikhh on Konday. rhey
wore Initiated by tbo arrieal here uf two
tanuiui 01 1111, outward bound.
OMAHA 1'eb 0 -Friends ot Senator
'I. M. Itltehrock today began circulating
111 Nebraska petiliona la have hi name
Placed 00 the democratic preferential bal
lol at tho cumlng primaries.
WAfclllKilTOS'. Feb. 0. Continue 1 liu
protrement In the condition of tsVnator
J olio son, repuhlican, L'A.ifornia, who 11 con
fined 10 bla home hero with an atiaek of
Influent, wae rrpnried today, but ho la
not oipocted to return to wurk for scleral
litMPTON Vs. Kali ns IU.
1 dimming, former meruber of tho Virginia
I legislature shot hero Maturday, died Io
I day. Mra. Mittio Jester Cumming, Ma
wife, la In jail, rharged with tho ehwitlng.
which occurred In th business sMllotl of
HALIFAX. .V. H Feb. n, Tlia ..aoa.l
offirrr and fifo won of tha erow of the
uritmn steamship Oxonian perlthed while
attempting to aave the crew of the llritlah
steamer Jlndboyno when ho u.i aban
doned off the coait of N'ewfoundland, ac
cording to radio messages received here
ROME, Veb. 9. Italy mut not Join tho
Anglo-Frenrli altiane nniil "the Verialltea
treaty la rerlted and all odioua unjuat and
harataing clauses abolished," aald Deputy
Flammlngo. nnniitenltst, in the chamber of
VASlirNOTOSTeir!f. A hill by f-Vn-
tor 1'ernaM. republican, Maine abollah
Ing the lioualng corporation and trans
ferring Ita affairs to the treasury depart
ment on June 30 licit, irn psssed. by tho
enato today. It now goes to the homo.
UlJiDO.V, Yrb. 0. It li officially Haled
that thero la no truth in tho statement
attributed to Adnlph ,foffe head of the
soviet ' delegation which negotiated pe.u-e
with Kathonia, that paaro negotiatkina
aro proceeding between Ureal Ilritam and
CHIOAOO, Teb. 0 Armonr ts Co , .meat
paekera, tonight announced plana for aggre
gation of Ita leather Internets from ita
general packing butineaa at part nt tho
aeparation ,of the concern's affairs as
agreed with tho attorney general.
Kt. IMSfl Ti.,1, V'ah 0 T.i.n M.r.
thall, lire conaul for Mcilco at Han An
lonio, Tetat, haa b.cn appointed coniul
of the third 1ant and attizned to Kl 1mi,o.
according to au announcement made todav
by Alberto Huit tiandnval acting consul
general for Motion at Kl I'aio.
P.ni3. Feb. . -Tha treaty by which
Norway la given sovereignty over tne spur-
oergen arcntpeiago viaa aigned in tne ciock
haii of tho foreign tuiniitry at 4:3o o'clock
thit aflernrKin. Hugh C Wulltco, the Amer
ican ambaHtador to France, aigned the
treaty lor the Unitrd Hiatet.
WASHINOTON. Feb. P An Invettlga
tion of the alleged refutat of federal re
terve banks to eitend loana to rrain
farmort waa provided tn a resolution tK)n
sored by Senator .Uronna republican .if
North Dakota, and adopted unanimo'-ialy
by the teiufo this afteruoon.
HAVWOOD. Oal . Feb. 0. J. C. Merrill.
said to have bpen the Inventor of the
wire fence in. Dubunue. Iowa 52 sear ago
it dead He nald hit invention came aliout
through tut difficulty
the nifft on hia Iowa
lu keeping confined j
',"Jh l' u-a.'iSi' I
with laing out tho town of Westphalia,
I'AUlf. Feb 0 The interallied com
1 - ........ 1 .... .... ,1.n.-n I ..... I
will leavn for nppor Sileili this evening
Tho eommiation will govern the province
I and organito tne p.enifrite .to no nam
hero. The occupation of upper Slletla by
allied troopn, which began on January 31,
will bo completed tomorrow.
BRUMS',' Feb 0. Thn (lerman govern
ment. according to tho Zcllung Ammittag
hat notified l'elgium that the (jerraano
llelgian financial agreoruont inual be an
nulled, because of llelgium't participation
in tbo eitradltlnna demand. The Tageblatt
points out that the natlvnal aisembly bat
not yet ratified tbo agreement
WA.VIIINfiTO.V. Feb. 0, A eonaular re
port from Harbin today gave Iho follow
Ing Hit of Americana at recently captured
by the bolihevlkl at Klluchlnalaya. Si
beria, but contained no details or initials.
Ked Cro.a: Medille, Ford and Charalie.
englneert; Blunt, PVLanan Oeltae Me
Ointy, Chavannoa, Hotklmon and Meredith.
NEW OKI.KANR, Feb. u Oovernor
PImhhI anntmueed todar ho would call
special session of the Ixiulalana legislature
ing a $8,000,000 loan to the board of
,oBiniilonert to etlesd a6d improve
!,.. ...Il.il.. h.- . if tha
at once to ronaiuer niesna 01 auiuuris
ilm non faelhtlet here A Irt of the
loan would bo used to msko all wharvea rat
NANf'V, France, jb. 0. l-rencu-
man convicted nere last wees 01 ainiog
an American souner was neon ipnicnrcn m
i.n Years in orison Leniency on the part
of the court was due to the faet that the
motive or tne cruoo was jeaiouiy unuer
circumstances In which a Jrenctt Jury
usually aeiputa tne accutee.
WASHINOTON, leb. 0. Seeretary ef
tlate l.anslog this afternoon made iubll
communication which he has tod with
tho Lithunanltn national council. The fact
that the secretary has exchanged com
jnunicatlona vlth. tho council is tanta
mount to recognitloa of tho defaclo gov
eminent of I.ithunia. It was ttatod by of
ficials of the stato dopartmeut
Le. Trotsky. Rntslan "i'"':!'!
i . ...nmJ l- lleneral l'o anoir. accoru
Ing to advlees received here. Cnmirand ot
soviet forces in Siberia will be given to
fleneral Bg'rt whllo Oenersl Kvanotf will
lead tho bolshevik troops In Turkettan.
rrrV. Feb 0. Charies that
letter written by William O.
lenltins. united 'mates consular agent ai
1'uella to his wife, delivered by in Ajner-
jvan .tnnatsr io ion hbi eu,..u.
i ,.. MlttrmA malerlsllr
differed msieriany irou. m. 11111..1
.r.'n-..l. by Julio MltcheU, Vuebla, st. I.
?J3, Mitchell declared tbtt the embatiy
had postponed handing over the original of
Iho totter, ocspne rrpes.ru
i .,v 7TX oTrji.
mi.iriuncl' V.X fl TnrilrltIana
.. r.'V'Ull i.'.vih., i rchi.. Amer.
r0tlon became of the ehange situa
tion may rnetn a rolling in nan or ine
fnited States esport trsdo In rnlton. ari
shown In statistics Issued today by tr de
rartment of commerce. More than 50 tier
rent of the cotton rspVjed during tho five
months ending with December went to
England, a'cord.ng to the department's
Utut Jurl" lrJe a a.
8 LU i IM QTU niOTDIOT
m u i it u.ojmoi
Followers Control Con
vction at Enid by Vote 1
of 91 to G l.
EMBRY IN HARD FIGHT'
Ilia Followers Contest Every
Point but Arc Outvoted; :
NO CHOICE ON PRESIDENCY
No Instructions Aro Given;
Purcell and Richards Arc '
Chosen Delegates. ,
OKLAHOMA City. I'eb 3- I'y n
voto of ai to CI Juke I.. liatnon
fcrrcM today elected two unirtsiriictcd
delfgatus to tlm national republican
convention at the eighth district con
vention, held nt Knld today, accord
ing to a sutineut issued tonight at
the lluriion hoadiiuarters. Ilninotr
I'l.ilms to lutve controlle,) nil of the
countloH In tho district with the ex
ception of Kay, Alfalfa, flrnnt.
wnmnmrtl nnd part of Harper.
Kvcrett l'urcoll of Mnld, anil C H
ltlrhards of WaynoUu, were lhJ
deolgato . elected tn the nation il
convention, with Oeorftn A. Ulllson of
Cluymon and Kay Ilnrvey of l'erry
as alternates. Mrs. II. II. Cllnm of
Major county was chosen proldon
Ual elector from the Klglnh district.
Joo Sherman of Majors county
was chairman of tho convention aid
no cnndldate was Indorsed for the
I'ollowers of John Kmbry of
Oklahoma City tnado n determined
fight nnd contested oaeh point, but
each voto stood 91 to f,4 for Ha
mon. Tho convention proceeded
After his Indorsement Mr. Ilamon
addressed tho convention nnd was
cheered by his followers.
Itev. l:. T. I.ano of the John
Hmbry for NaMoii.il Itepuo'lcnn
Committeeman club, tonlgjtt gilvn
out a suitwnent In which he rln !.icd
tha.t limbry vul.l e.wirnl of
tho S3U deleg iios to tho stato con
vention. lllrd K. M.ctlulro of Tu'.sa ond
Hugene 'II. I -n whom of Nowntn, are
being mentioned tnnlirht at Kinbry
and Hamon hcndnunrtcis as cnndl
dnte for temporary chairman of
tho state convention.
SCOn DECLINES DEBATE
CongrosMiian Snj-s He Apprcucs Huf,
frago In Kpry Way.
Tly AMoeiated I'reaa Stale Wire.
OKLAHOMA CITY, Vcb. P. V.x
presslni; his full approval of woman
Hitffrago, both state and national,
ltetiri'srntulivo Sc-ott Kerrls declined
today t debato the ipiestlon with
Attorney Coneral K. I". Kreidlng, an
tho latter invited, on the ground
that suffrange no longer Is an issue
In his letter acknowledging tho chal
lenge. Ferris wtys:
"Having long since, made complete
plans for tne presentation of my can
didacy for the United Btates senate
to the people of tho state, I have no
disposition to consume any ot your
time, any of tho people's tlmo or my
own time In debating tho question
that is so nenrly foreclosed as this
one, nnd on which nothing wo could
do or say would accomplish any
thing." PALMER OPPOSES OUSTER
Attorney General In Chicago Decries
UciimumI of Siic.IuIIH.h.
CHICAOO, Kob. fl. Attorney Onn
crai A. Mitchell Palmer, speaking
beforo the Chicago Association of
Commerce, nt a luncheon today, de
cried efforts fit Imomners of tho
New York legislature to expol from
that body members of the sociallsf
party elected to it.
He doclnred tho real iioclnllst be
lieved In changing the government
by methods provided by law. and not
by force, tho chosen weapon of more
.hay r.M srrriiAci: iuuty.
Question of DLslKinillng Will He Oe
rlilnl This Week nl Chlrngo.
CHICAOO, Keb. 9. Whether to
disband tho suffrage party follow
ing ratification of tho miffrago
amendment or to form a national
league of women voters that will
work for legislation In mako the
American electorate "educated, un
hrwaa.1 nn il Invnl" wouM be decided
' association meet here this week.
i Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt. presl-
made this announcement on
her nrrival hero today.
who escorts tho buyer to tho seller
Is Tho World Want Ad. Tho buyer
for what you want to sell Uvea right
in Tulsa, but today you don't know
where. You may havo looked into
jils face as you passed along Iho
street. Ho may live only a block
away from you
Lot a World Want Ad Introduce him
Your acquaintance will bo mutually
profitable. If you delay, he may
buy elsewhere. Telephone Osagu
COOO and dictate your ad for tomor
First Legion Chief
Will Help Welcome
Pershing to Tulsa
Henry I), lndrley, first com
mander of tho Atiurl" in legion,
who arrived in Tulsa ytstnrday, will
remain over to hcip uticotuo Hen.
John I'ershmg to Tulsa Wednes
day Mr l.lndslcy w II bo tho guest
of Joo Carson post.
PERSHING LIKES "
TO MEET PEOPLE
First Chairman of the
American Legion Is in
is to meeTgeneral
Col. Lindsley Says That J. J.
Drops His "Hard Roiled"
Col. Henry I). I.lndsloy, first na
tional commander of tha American
)eglon and formerly mayor of Dal
las. Texas, arrived in Tulsa on a
business mission yesterday morning,
nnd Is seeing Tulsa for the first tlmo
under tho guldnnco of officers ami
members of Joo Carson post.
Although tho distinguished visitor
Planned to depart for Dallas early
this evening, he was prevatlrd upon
to remain for thn special meeting of
tliu American Legion, tonight and to
tnko part In tho reception ot (Jenoral
John J- Pershing tomorrow. Ho will
bo tho cunst of Major Alva .1. Miles,
who met him when Colonel Undo
W was in Washington serving as
tho first director of tho burtaii of
war risk Insurance, .
"Wo aro particularly fortunate to
have a visit from Colonel l.lndslcy
at this tlmo and ho will bo able to
assist us materially lu our plans for
(.enernl Pershing s recoptlon, am
John Rogers, post commander of the
Ixjgmn. Having served as chairman
of tho reception committee which
directed tho program for Oenornl
Pershing's recent visit in Dallas
Colonel I.lndsley is expected to offer
many valuable suggestions ror Tin
sa's entertainment when ho uddrcss-
es tho mombers of Joe Carson post at
their special meeting in the munlcl
rial auditorium at 7 -30 o'clock to
night. During tho program tomor
row ho will accompany Major Alva
Nllcs, who ts to bo fjeneml Per
shing's personal host whllo In the
"Tho American Legion will bo a
big fnctor In tho political history of
this country in the future," declared
Colonel Lindsley In nn Interview
with Tho World yesterday morning.
"Itelng composed of representatives
ot nil parties, creeds, and cliisses of
society, nnd mlng tho ono big thor
oughly American organisation in tin
country, the American Legion, I be
lieve, will bo the greatest stabilizing
forco this country has ever known.
"It Is thn biggest thing in Amen
CONTINUED ON I'AOE FOUHTEKN
URGE MEXICAN PREPARATION
Army Officers ncelnro Preenutl'ins
Ari NiHy-seary on Ilonler.
EL PAHO, Texas, Pcb. 10 ITntll
Mexico takes a less antagonistic at
tltude on the border the United
Htages army must be prepared to
continue Us campaign against out
lawry directed from centers In that
country, nrmy officers from tho nig
Itend district today loid mo senate
subcommittee investigating tne Alex
Col liporge T. Langhorn In com
mand of that district until a few
months ago, nnd two of his troop
commanders, uapts. i. ,m. aiuiiock
and W. V. 1). Orhs, gave details of
raids and of minor Incidents that
hnvo Borvod to Incre-iso tho hatrod of
Mexicans for Americans.
Oklahoma City Teachera
Arc Granted Increase
OKLAHOMA CITY, l'ob. .
An Incroase in salaries of the city
school teachers amounting to BO per
cent, for grade teachers nnd 33 per
cent for teachers In the high schools,
and Involving an expenditure of ap
proximately 1,000.000 for tho com
ing year, was granted tonight by
tho bord of education.
lleport Ilritlsh Atlnelt.
LONDON I'eb. 9 A russlan
wireless dlspa'cb from Moscotv this
afternoon rep rts hHt Jirl'ish war-
ships aro bombarding tho soviet
troops that occupied uuctusa,
'TymiLElGION QUIET UNDER MARTIAL LAW
SENT TO COMMITTEE
! Will He Reported Hack With
' Reservations as Originally
Adopted by Senate.
j ACTION DEFERRED FOR WEEK
Other Questions to Bo Acted
Upon Reforo Pact Is
WASHINOTON, bob. . Thc
peaco treaty was brought back to
the senate today, but ns soon us
parliamentary barriers to Its con
Milorntton him been removed It will
put aside again ror a ponou u
waiting which leaders milil wouiit
lust at least a week.
Suspending l! rules by a bl-partl-
saii majority, of 7 to 1 nnd virtually
without ilt'liato tne senam nnicniy
reconxlderod the action by Which
ratification failed November Hi, and
then us a matter of formality seni
the treaty to the foreign relations
committee with Instructions to re
port it back at onco will rwerva
tlons framed by tho republicans nt
tho last session.
C'ciiiiiiillti'e Arts 'nsiay.
The committee expects to net to
morrow, but It was announced inni
Senator dge, republican leailkr
would ask that its report be not
taken up until next week. Urgent
iiL'iKtiitivn miiii.'iM. It wan said. In
cluding apprvprl.itlons and tariff
li-glslatlon, were expected to occupy
tin. senate's tlmo In tho Interval
Tin. technical ii)erailon ot iiik
Ing the treaty from Its plgconholo
was accomplished lu accordance
with u program ptovlously agreed
on by repuiuican ami uviiiocruuc
leaders nnd with no ono but Irrecon
cilable foes vif ratification opposed
Thi. debate was held to parliamen
tary questions and was snort, dis
appointing tho largest crowd Which
has gathered in sue kuiiwicj min..-
ino treaty was lain usun
Wwh OirpoM) Action.
Thlrtv-four democrats und 29 re
publicans voted to suspend the son
ativ rules bo that tho treaty ngaln
could be considered while nine re
publicans, all or tno lrreconciiaiiio
group, voted nguinsi. rno hcmoii
was taken on motion m nuiiiiun
iili.n uflor nnn Irreconcilable, Sen
ator Norrls republican of Nebraska.
had blocked Kiir,penMon or mo ruies
by unanimous consent, llv nccla
umtlon nnd again on the motion tif
Senator Jyidge, tho seiuto ordored
rei-onslderatlon of Its previous rou
mil on ratification and font the
treaty to tho cmnmlttce The latter
stop, it wns explained, was takfn to
alirtigato ine ikmiiii' hhijos.'ii ui
session which Vle Preshlent Mar-
shall tield linnet come back Into me
seiMite with the treatv.
Only two roll calls wero taxeii,
ons on the motion to suspend tne
rules and another on sustaining the
vlcn president when ho overruled
Senator Norrls' point of order
ncatnst tho mot on to reconMder.
Thn latter resulted In a count of
6! to 10, tlm Irreeoncllables alone
refusing to back up tho chair's
Senator Sutherland of Went Vir
ginia Joined the nine Irreeoncllables.
Senators llorali. Idaho; Ilrandagee,
Connecticut; Krauco, Maryland;
Oronnn, North Dakota; ICnox, Penn
sylvania; McCnrmlek, Illinois; Sher
man, Illinois; Norrls, Nebraska, and
Polndextor, Washington, on this
Senator Johnson Was Ahxcnt.
Liter Senator Norrls bllterly crltl
clsed the parliamentary methods by
which the treaty's reconsideration
In asking that tho committee be
Instructed to return the republican
reservations with the treaty. Senator
Lodgo declared tho stipulation would
bind no one nnd was requested
merely tn get the reservations back
tiefore the senate When that Iihh
been done the republican senator Is
expected to propose niodlflratloiiN
agreed on by tho disbanded bl-pnr.
tlsnn compromise conference, thus
ojienlng again the compromise ills
cusnlnn. It was ornphlsly.ed tonight that the
smoothness of the day's proceeding"
was not to be taken ns assuring any
agreement on reservations. AHlionch
many senators professed to lm very
hopeful. It was concederl everywhere
that many differences still stood In
the way of ratification There were
evidences also that the Irrecuncll
able group had plans to magnify
TOI.PA. Olds Feb 0 Maslmum. SO.
mlnimuen, 3: north winds; clear; trace of
OKLAHOMA: 1uesday partly cloudy:
Wednesdsy generally fair, somawhst
MlflHIASA: Tuesday iin.eifled
weather probably loral rains in east por
lion rolder In north and weit portions;
Wrdncadav generally cloudy
AKKS'AH: Tuesday partly rloudy,
colder In ritreme esit portion; Wednesday
fair, sotnewbst warmer
EAST TEXAS' Tuesday cloudy. loeal
rains tn aonlh portion eolder In rait and
south portloos, Wednesday generally
etoudy In south portion, fslr and some
what warmer In north portion
i wrwr TEX A"' Tuasdse cloudy warmer
; In the Psnhsndlo Wedneiday ran y
elotidv wanner .n i orlh nnrtios
vV,dneiday with moderate temporalarei
r.AMA rair juesaay ana pronamy
I itsis meeting at 8 p. m, elty hall of
(engineers ana arcmioeie, L'ome out. Adit
bti rim rtc. in
Off Their Jobs.
WAGE DEMANDS MADE
Unlt-SH Increase Is C! ranted
by Saturday, Order Stands;
Liviiur Still HlRh.
WASH 1NOTON, Kill). 0. llellcf
that Director (li'iieial Hlntei will
refnsii to ginnt wage Increases do
inatided by moie than 2,000,000
railroad wotkers cnntlnued to grow
today. As union offleLils prepaied
for iihat iiillioiid administration
nfflclals declined likely would bo
the last conference tomorrow, In
dloiitloni were strong that il baro
foncessloii of adjustment f !
leged Intqtiiitlthii 111 pay would
bo Iho only changeet permitted In
the present wage ugleemviits.
Ilnpresentntlvn havo jiropared
a rcstntemi'lit of their case for
iiubiulmloii tnmorixiw to Mr. I lines.
All declined to discuss Its contents,
but It was understood lu bo a
counter proposition to thn views of
Mr Illnes as laid beforo thn con
ference. DOTItOIT, Mich., Keb. J. Orders
dliei'tlug a()0,u4u tiinmbers of tho
Culled lliolhethood of Maintenance
of Way Hmployes und llallwuy Shop
Iiborets to suspend work at 7 a. m..
I'eliru.iry 17. were going out tonight
to the wirlniiH locals.
Tho decision was announced by
Allan K llnrker, giand jiresldent of
tbo orgaulratlon, following a meet
ing of the general chairmen of tho
brotherhood. Tho strike can bo
nvcricil finlv If tbo lallroad lulrnln
islratlou netoro haiurnay grains ine
wngo Increase demuilded last sum
inor. bn it.ilil tonluht.
"Tho orders have goin out," no
said, "and wo would rqulro two or
three davs to cancel them."
Tho strike, In million to wage In
crciiHo requested last summer, Is to
scrurn a unlfoini rstn from coast to
coast. II would affect storuhouno
oiiiiilovct). stntlomity firemen, sta
tlonary imglneers, steel bridge
vtorlieis, cinder pit men and oilers
and other members ot tho brother
A comtultteo of 10 left for Wash
ington tonight. They will remain In
Washington until the tlmo sot for the
strike: it has authority to enter Into
negotiations wllh the director gen
eral, Mr. llnrker said. With tho do
p'trturo of tho committee, tho con
fereneo of tho general chairmen
In explaining the decision, Mr.
1 tn r kiT snld:
"The public should know," hn snld,
"that this strike cull Is not something
decided upon precipitately, but dales
back to last July. Wage demands
Were presented to the railroad ud
mlnistratlon tit Hint time ami the
brntherliod membership authorized
a strike to enforce them. Wo held
a strlkn In abeyance, however, upon
President Wilsons request that he
bo permitted un opportnlty to bring
about a reduction In living costs. He
asked for a "reasonable lime," which
ho fixed nt f.O or 90 days. Wo have
waited six months and there has
been no i eduction In tho cost of
Thn wngo demand nvnrnges 40
per cent, Mr. Darker said, adding:
"There nre morn thnn 100,000 of
pur memborhlp wbn receive Icsm
CONTINUE.!! ON I'AOE I'.IOIIT.
ASKS DELEGATES GO FREE
Ilaruch Wiilils llenns'niN to .Viiinn
WAHIIINOTON, Peb 9 -llcrnurd
M Ibiriich, formm chairman of tho
win industries hoard, In a statement
tonight urged that iinlnstrurted dele
giitPH be sent to tho democratic un
tlnnal convention t Han I'rnnclsco
He wild ho would not bo a delegate,
that he was not financing or backing
any candidate and would vote "for
the man who bust reprecntod good
Hnprsscntatlvi democracy, ho said,
i-puld best be sered by unlnstruct
ed delegate and the convention
should write the pnltform and then
nominate the man best suited
c.i rry It Into effect,
Korean Uprising Aided by Reds
Forces Evacuation by Japanese
IiNDON, Pel, 9. Nur'hern
Korea has been (ucunted by tho
Japanese, It Is claimed In a wire
less dispatch from Moscow to
day, quoting an Omsk message.
This population rose to aid Korean
forces from Chinese territory, it
Tim Omsk message, u given In
the holshevlk wheless, Hiivs that
on Ketiruury C, Hands ot Koreans
raised In ciiinoso territory,
crossed the frontier and attacked
tho Jntianese. Mases of tho pop
ulation are Joining the Insurgents,
It Is added, lllo Japanese retreat
ing and evacuating northern
WASHINGTON l'b. 9. - An
active rc-i.f ! lion In Korea ngalnst
Japanese rule, fost red by Ilus
stan bolshcvikl and chnr.vieild
as "the beginning nf u tremendous
affair li In irogreis, according
to official dliput lies today. A
recent clash between 2,000
Oklahoma City loday;
nl Lawton Yesterday
My Associated press Htale Wlr.
l.AWTON, tlkla, Fell. 3 A
heavy ruin which began fulling
early today, marled tlm reception
of flcitnrtil Peishlng on hl Okla
homa Malt nnd prevented the gen
i nil's review of troops at Port Hill.
(lencral Peishlng ititnu to latw
ton fioiu l'ort Hill at noon today
and was tho iiue"t of tho local
clubmen at luncheon. He was Iho
guest tonLght of officers and their
fiimlllett at b'ort Hill uml will leave
at 2 o'clock Tuesday morning for
My AMorltted Press fllsle Wile.
OK ImVIH l,MA I ITV, f eu, .
Hen, John ,1 Pershing, accom
panied ,y a staff ot 12, many of
whom weio with hint lu I'liinco. Is
to arrive hero at C:20 o'clock this
morning nnd wilt bo tlm guest to
moriow of Oklahoma City. The.
general wit remain In Ills prlvulo
car until 9:30 when he will lio
extended u welaomii by Mayor J.
C. Walton, (li'ii Key Hoffman ami
Uelt. Harry Pentnuost, W. J. Potteo
und Dr. i'loyd J llolaml on ho
half of tho American legion.
A public reception will bo held
from io to n n'clnok when tho
general will bo imtortnlucd at u,
banquet by tho chamber of coiu
iiioren. A patade pal tlnlptted In
by former service men In uniform
at 2 o'clock In thn iiflernou Is to
bn a fealtu n of the program. Tho
lino ot march In tho parade will
extend from tho business seclluii
and end at tho entrance of thfi
state ciipltnl building, where a in
ception will bn held and (Innctal
Porshlng will deliver his principal
speech, In tho evening ho will
bn n guest of the American legion
at tho fair grounds stadium where
n program of iniislo ami sports of
virions kinds will bo given. Thn
general will Icavo at M o'clock at
night for Tulsa,
RE-ARERST DAGO MIKE
Chief of Street Kiri'MTH' IJnlnn
Agnln Niibls-il for Death of Moss
Hiiilglit- Oct New I'.ildcnce.
CHICAdO, 1'eb, 9. Disc Insures
mndo today by llnlph llugllo, owner
of tho iiulnmolillc Identified ns the
machine from which Maurice
"Moss" Knrlght, labor feudist and
gunman, wiui shot In death, led to
tho rearrest of "Dago Mlko" Cnr
royn, president of the street sweep
ers' unlim, Carrozo was released last
H.iitiiday on $10,000 bond uftcr ho
had been held five days.
In t'arrozo'H apartment detectives
found a shotgun, which they bellovo
may havy been used In thn killing, if
Knrlght. Cnrroo's wlfo was taken
to tho stato attorney's office and
After h grilling todny, llugllo nd.
milled, Stale's Attorney Hoynn snld,
that Instead of the automobllo bo
ing In Ills possession nnd In front of
a state street saloon, miles from the
scetl" nf the murder, he had turned
It over to Cnrroro five hours beforo
Knrlght was slain.
"lilac Tint" Murphy. business
agent of tho Btreet sweepnni' union,
and a principal In n recent labor
war wllh Knrlght over organisation
of gnshnuso workers, was In Car
rozo's nfflco at tho tlmo. llugllo said,
'l'hren witnesses questioned. Identi
fied Carroio as tho man who re
turned tho 'automobllo to llugllo
about thrco Itouru after Knrlght's
Tho automobile was Identified us
tho machine used by Knrlght's slay
ers by two witnesses to tho shooting.
Kliiles' Attorney Hoyno said to
day's developments Jmd cleared UP
thn murder and hn intimated
charges wnuld bn preferred against
The slnto's attorney has begun
nn Investigation of charges made hv
Knrlght friends that a tn.000 fund
had been raised nmong his enemies
to pay for his death. A raid was
mndo today on thn office of tho
street sweepers' union ami corro
OKLAHOMA CITY, Feb. 9. ,
Karl L"wls, IH years old, of Knpul
pa, was given a pa nils today by
I Ooiernor Itobortson. He was con.
vP led of boiKlary Inst March anu
to I sentenced to two years III Win peni
tentiary hoieahs armed mainly by bolshe
vik! and a Jupanese army post in
northern Korea, tho mesfugo slid,
had ntulted In defeat of tho Jap
anese, 300 of whom were killed
and tho remalnile? routed. De
tails were not reported.
Tho Koreans moved Into tho
territory from Klrln, Manchuria.
Other clashes with smnll Jan
aniso garrisons havo occurred tho
JnpaiioH) halng hf.cn outnumber
ed and overwhelmed In nearly
News of tho righting did not
coma as a surprise, oh dispatches
havo lndloated for soma tlmo thut
tho revolutionary spirit was
spreading In ICornn, stimulated by
activities of tho bolshcvikl. There
ure In addition many Chlnoso
brigands In thn Manchurlttn and
Siberian border regions, with
whom the bnlshevikt in Siberia
havo shown signs of combining
for tholnvnslonof Jforea, AValla' la
reports, however, do not dlBCloao
tho scopo of tho movement.
I Federal and State Sol
! diers Restore Order
MILITIA FIRES ON MOB
Unsuccessful Attempt Is
Made to Secure Black
Who Murders Girl.
FIVE SHOT TO DEATH
Fifteen Others Wounded
From Shots of Troops
Who Resist Crowd.
FARMERS START RUSH
"Let's Get Him," Is Signal;
Attacked by Negro.
LUXINtiTO.V, ICy IVh. 0.
I. M. Hogen., 01, a farmer of
near Vcrsallleri, shut by tlm
guardsmen itjirliig tho fighting,
dleil tonight, brlugtiu; tlm death
list to fho.
LHX1NOTON, Ky., It becamn
known tonight that Iickatt wns
never taken mit of Uh court
house ami that ho is still confined
thero under a, heavy guard. Dur
ing tho excitement tho Impression
prevailed ho hud boon taken from
Hn will bn removed to L1u Hints
reformatory at IVankfort or to the
Mtnlo penitentiary at Kddyvlllo an
quickly ns possible
KiioIh of mon gathered nn thn
streets tonight nnd quietly din
cussed Iho dny's events.
Itumorw that u band or 1,509
mountaineers from llreathltt coun
ty, heavily nrmnd, wero on a trnln
bound for Loxlngtnn and would
ninko an effort tn selzo tho negro
wr discredited by Hrlgaillcr
l.iineril .u a rutin II.
A ourvey of tho pnsneugoni nn
(ho train showed only a normal
number aboard, military men
l'ltANIvPOUT. Ky., Keb. 9
(lovi'rnor .Morrow lato today
signed la-ickiitt'K death warrant.
The negro will din In thn electric
chair nt tlho slnto penitentiary
hero March 11.
LKXINOTON, Ky., 1'eb. 9, Mur
tlal law prevail In Ixlngton to.
night. Six hundred federal ami stato
troops nre patrolling thn streets to
prevent further rioting, which today
resulted In four deaths with lb per
sous wounded, when a mob bent
upon lynching William Lockett u,
negro, wtio confessed to tho nitirdci
last weolt of 10-year-old OenoVa
Hardinan, was fired upon with rifles
and machine guns by stain mllltln
as thn mob was storming thn court
housu to get tho negro during his
Tlm city was quiet early tonight,
but authorities fear a recurrenco of
violence, f'lvo hundrod additional
United States troops aro cn route
from Camp Taylor.
Lexington und all of Payette)
county was phiccd under martial
law at 3 o'clock by llrlgadlor tlen,
P, C. .Marshall upon his arrival front
Camp Taylor with 300 troops of the.
Klrst division, willed hslpod repulse
the Germans nt Chateau Thierry.
Tho ittluiupt at lynching was md
Just beforo Lockett had confessed io
tho murder und as the Jury rount :
him guilty of first degree murder
He was sentenced to dlo In tho elec
tric chair, March 11.
The shooting temporarily dls
persed tho mob and gave authorities
time to rush lickett to a secret
plai e of snfuty. Tho mob re formed
hms'evcr, and looted pawn shops
und hardware stores for firearms.
Fearing an attack upon the hand
ful of national guardsmen on duty,
authorities appealed to fJovcrnop
Morrow for aid. As u result 300
troops, members of tho 2Cth and
esth Infantry, arrived on u special
trnln from Camp Taylor.
Tho federal troops Immediately be.
gan iMtrnllliig tho streets to kep
crowds from congregating,
llluek Ilciully (Jnnrilcd.
Lockett, arretted nst Tuesday
night and held at the state pcr.llcn-
nary at p-rnns-fort for safo keeping.
wan moicieu late last woes: and was
brought hero on a wpoclat train to
day for trial. Ho wa,i hoavliy
Hundreds of farmers arrived ear'-r
to attend the tilul Hml sullenly
OONTINIJEK O.I I'AfIB KOfUTKf'N
New Jersey is 29th
Stale for Suffrage
TICKNTON, N. J., I'eb, 10 Tlm
woman suffrage nmsndmen was
ratified, by the New Jersey assembly !
early today, 34 to 21. This com- j
pletes ratification by New Jersey
which Is the 23th state to ratify.
American la glon .Meting.
Por tho imrposo of putting tho
finishing touches on tho Pershing
reception program, n sperlal inee'
Ing or Jo t'arson post of the
American legion will be held at 7 30
o'clock In tho municipal auditorium
Laim I butnns und membership cards
will bo distributed among thn nnw
mombers who Joined tho post durlny
the recent ineiiibershicumpa!ffu.