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VOL. XIV, NO. 137
General and Stjrf f Will
Reach Tulsa on Tour
PARADE STARTS AT 10
Will Form at Frisco Depot
and Escort Commander
to Hotel Tulsa.
SPEAKS IN AFTERNOON
Address Will Be Given to
Public j Convention
Hall, at 2 p. m.
PLAN WARM GREETING
Joe Carson Post and' All
Organizations to Have
Hand in Reception.
Where to See Pershing
Parade louc.svl''rlsro,slallnii nt
10 a. in. -
South on Miiln to Kcvontli. caHt
lo Detroit, north to Sixth, ct to
ITeMon. nortli to Third, cost to
Hi it el TuLsu.
lobby of hotel In charge! of
MN'Oiiri society women about ono
Country chili luncheon 12:S0
tlvcn hy clearing hotixo cssntlu
tlnn. Ma meeting Contention hall
JlJO 11. m.
l-'lks club rooms 4:30 to M p. in.
Pcpnrtd from IVlsco nation nt
6:30 p. m.
American Legion members will
turn out In forca this morning to
rreet Gen. John J. rorshlnjr upon his
arrival in Tulsa.
Jerry O'firlen was chosen last
night to lead the demonstration by
the members of Joe Carson post.
Special escorts of wounded men, one
for the general and one fnr..cach of
the nine staff officers with him, will
ride In the parade alongsldo the dis
Delegations from nil of 1ho but
rounding towns were en routo to
Tulsa last night from the various
pons of the lesion. One hundred
members of the post of tho American
Ieglon In Muskogee arrived Into last
nltht to take part In tho coremoiiles
In tho meantime tho United Span
ish War Veterans. veterans nf 61. 65.
and the Missouri society are making
extensive preparations for tho day of
honor for America's expeditionary
force commander. Mayor C. 11. Hub
bard yesterday issued a proclama
tion outllnlnn the line of march to
It i taken and requested tliat automo
bile owners and drivers do not park
their cars along tho streets to bo
I? i by lne ""irehcrs. Charles
IJaly was appointed to see that tho
treeta are kept clear on tho moment
Starting at 2:30 o'clock, n program
vll be given In Convention hall.
Mothers, fathers, sisters and brothers
ana other near relatives of soldiers
ho died In the service during the
,'ate war will be given a special place
on the platform In tho hall. Ameri
can Legion members will have a
pedal place reserved. Tho Missouri
fj havo a reservation and
JJe United Spanish War votcrans, the
.'k " Confederate Veterans and
others will have special reservations,
wounded men will bo given a scat
Following la the program In Con
tention hall given out by Mayor C.
I. invocation by Dr. U S. Bar
ton, J. Address of welcome, Mayor C.
Introduction of Horace
"ean, state commander Ameri
Introduction of'MaJ. Alva J.
H8ong, "star Spangled Han
Introduction of General I'er
.kf' p'enttlon to General ler
3lvUdony 0,0 lad'CS f th0 Ilalnbow
?; sne, "Tied. White and Uluo."
Benediction. Dr. J. W. Abel.
Va,.1i ''viewing space between
eirnC, ar!d Kventh streets on Cln
"J1,"" will be reserved for school
2i,?J'n?ur,n 'no piwado. The
Mce will be held for tho children
" 00V SCOUtS nnrt n,r,i,nt,l nfflnarM
tt,Ji., I"10 of march will enclrclo
ne high school. Tho parade will go
r.i. un Seventh from Cincinnati to
"eolt, north on Detroit to BUth.
nt. n i?lxth to Cincinnati, and
fvu on Cincinnati to Fourth, thus
v'nBl school children flvo blocks
their own from which to see, and
uiL ,Jly the-general. The square
In. ? i w.hloh ,hn h'h school build
hlldr,enCated W'" b0 paokcd wlth
tXViwt?w niornlng has been do-
Brf.T,.a 1,i,lrtl,y for all the sohool
Jo tit ;S llWrc" who wl!" may
In ,Ln lher Parents to tho parade
JroL vSB? wh0 brlns permission
lh i helr na,nts will bo taken to
rfln,.Lmftrcn 'he teachers.
WNTINtJED OU PAOR SBVKK.
tiutt UMtuur ToaliM.
N T I! fl A Y i
U I UUn 1 1
World'3 News Told
in Condensed Form
for Hurried Readers
MTlxtnn pitv i'.k .a , i:
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w ' , ! ,t'fn n"ied clillriDn o( lha
Mei cm )"lejirtn on Ihe Ualted Waits
unlets, boundary eommlnlon,
.1.. 5 X v. ? rrD- ,ua specui tel.
aloii o( tht Msho mis Ifglil.tuto will be
neld lomorrov atlernoon In ratify tb fed
ral worn. a aulfrane amiodnient.
nnftuui.t.c v.k a .
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ti, u'n l"01"" "nd' manufteiuter Of
... ouro mnaiuBit lor
toteruor of llltivois, died loJir ol porn-
OIUKOH .V, J. Keb. 10. Maror William
...uru . (irDcl.m.11011 lomy CSIIIOs
Jiwn tht people of Orange to decorata It.lr
llim.. In V n -- A. n. . ..... .
will be 73 yeara oldnouorro.
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............ ,.,a, leg. ju. A Jill Ol
worji eouuell of ho Youoc itra't Chrlillan
aiioelatlon hai l,ren accepted by the ra
tional titicntlTo ximulllee of lha American
Lejion, It was annoaneed hern today.
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n&tOrmtMIP.Inil lnff.vn.al Iah u.- - - - . i I
by the itatt department lodar thai the
e, : y. : . i i.imi, wnien aajoina
bjthonla ana Uthuanla iljmod an armliliet
with tht bolshtTlkl on January ID.
WAPTITViTrnV vl. in I,. ...k,t.i
............. , , , tj,- -I,- r.i.i.ii.n-
mont of the ancient ratio between ailter
and rnlrl .. . n, ..klll.l. ,k-
rates of Intarnallonal eichsnte" was
ured In the senate this afternoon Lr
Benator Thomas, democrat of Colorado.
KI, PASO. T.isa VH, II
Askew, an Amerlran recently reported to
ns,i been lidnann.i hv fnri. nr V,tn,i.M
Villa at I.erdo, Iiuranco, has ben re
leased, according to tirlvata .,lciiA re
ceived from Chihuahua City today.
nr.VHH.tM. mh I'.h m n,,.. t.
dred copper miners affiliated with metal
mine workers' union Ji'o, POO. 1. V. W
employe,! In the mines here struck esrly to
dsv to enforce IliAir il.minH. Inr ..
Incresies and betterment of wnrklnt eon-'
WAt'lIlXIJTOV Vrh. in ll.ariA.. v...
fore lne senate comraerco subcommittee in
Tesllcatlnr the cosl altustlon will be re
sumed neit week with repreientstires of
public utilities compsnles and other con
sumers tralify Io(r.
Kf, PAW). Tessa. Feb. in. The r-.nt
attack on- Laredo end Oomea Psrtclo,
suburbs of Torreon, Coahuila, was not mado
by Villa rebats. but by a group of Chilian
outlaws, aceordlns lo an announcement to
day by Alberto Kills BsndoTtl, actios; consul
general for Meslco at Kl Paso.
WASHIXOTnv. vh in n i n.k
reslonsl director for the antilhwu.l will
resume the presldencr of Hie Mlnourl Pa
cific Itallrosd impsny when tho roads
are rritirnea to private control, according-
to announcement today by Director
n fliiiij.iiiiu.i, r ci. in. fccrriary wn-
i i'ir, i'-t. . i a a . ...it
.,u aarcou WMmy ou lui, rtrquvai 01 rrfciai
senstors U continue temporarily immfgrs
lion regulations promulgsted lsst year to
tiermlt foreign labor to enter this country
from Mexico. Canada and the tlabsmss
inr a,ricuiiurai nor. only,
V.t, PASO. Texas. Keb 10. Testimony
tsVen todsy in esecutlTe session by the
lenate subcommittee investigating the Mex
lean situation convinced its members of
the truth nf accounts nf atrocities pre
viously declsred to have been committed
CO UK Ireland. Feb. 10. After an at
laeL Inline some time with so eschsnge
of rifle shots, 100 armed men last night
raptured the Castle Martyr police station.
They temporarily made prhoner the five
policemen who defended the ststlon. The
raiders seized arms anil ammunition and
WABlll.Vi ivs. reD. jn. itrpreienisuva
Dewall of Pennsylvania baa been selected
chslrmsn of the democrstie tsuens to suc
ceed Hepreientstlve launders. .Virginia, who
resigned, prenirstory to resigning nit seat
lo congress in become t juuge or wic
Vlrslnia sunrtme court. Mr, Dewall was
unopposed. ' '
WASlll.NUTii.x, rto. io. ny a viva
voce vote, the houao todsy adopted the
conference report ou the oil land leasing
bill nepresentstive user oi .onn ua-L-eta
dlaaenled V roll rail was then de
manded, but had not gone far before it
ss evident it would confirm in viva
KA.NSAN iITT. mo ren. id imi 10
the uncesilrg efforts of Ills wife, James
P Cannon, editor of the Workera World
snd district eecretsry of the communist
n.,i in Mlnourl. Kar.ua. and Kehrsils, Is
at liberty todav' on $15,000 bond. Cannon
was arrested ueceinuer w cn"rgr,j wum
coosplrscy to violstc the I.ever set.
NEW TOUK, P'b 10 A chsngs In the
protent sislem of offering money on call
is considered by banking- Institutions
whlrji lend mnch of their funds for sUk
mrel purposes. It was learne,t todsy. In
stead of publishing sn initial rata for call
loans between U and 11:30 o'clock nf
the market session, it Is proposed to fix
a rate on the previous dsy after the
close of the market
Wilson Reply to Crown Prince
Mag Oppose Extradition Plans
WASHINGTON. Feb. 10. I'res
Idcnt AVilson had beforo him to
night a personal cablegram from
Frederick Wllholm, former crown
Prince of Germany, suggesting "If
the allied and ussoclated govern
ments want a victim, let them
tako me Instead of the 900 Ger
mans who havo committed no
other offenso than that of serv
ing their country In the war. '
What action the president might
tako was not disclosed, There was
n suggestion at the white house
that ho might reply rc-express-lng
opposition to tho trial of tho
former German ompcror or other
enemy officials as expressed by
American delegates at Paris. In
some quarters, however, tho opin
ion prevailed that ho would not
even acknowledge Its receipt slnco
Ihe United States Is not a party
to tho treaty and has no legal
voire In tho proceedings,
The message did not come
through stato department chan
nels, but direct from tho refuge
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WILSON IS READY
President Is Hopeful That
Agreement May 13c
REPORT TREATY BACK
Discusaion la Postponed Until
Monday, Due to Absence
of Many Senators.
LETTER IS MISINTERPRETED
White House Displeased at
Reports; Uornh and Knox
Take a Rap.
PT Intantattonal .Vewa Service.
WASHINGTON, l-'cb. 10. Prcsl
dent Wilson Li willing to accept a
compromise on article 10 of the
league of n.itlonH covjnant. This was
stated at the white nouso today.
l'flrthcrmore, the president Is
hopeful tho democrats and "mild
rcscrvatlonlsts" may reach a com
promUj on oil reservations and It
was learned tho president would fa
vor such action, based mii the 1 1 Itch
cock rt'HCrvaUons. President Wilson's
letter lo Senator Hitchcock, which
was read at the duinncratlc caucus
last Saturday, has liei-n misinter
preted, It was stated at tin white
Thy pr'sldent Intended r, inform
Senator Hitchcock that lm waa agree.
able, "to the substance" of tho Hitch
cock reservations to artlclo 10 and
wan also In support of the rescrva-
tions put rortn by Senator Hitchcock
in the bipartisan conference.
Tho president believes that n sat
Irfurtory compromise will bo reached
between the democrats and the
"mild N-stTvatlonlstV when the
treaty roaches the floor again It was
President Wilson Is not altogether
pleaed with tho way In which his
lutter was muidled. It was learned.
He sees no reason why the letter,
written on January 28, was withheld
until lust Saturday. Tho Grey lotter
was written and made public In the
moaitlmo and the president believes
this htiK lead to confusion. Jig has
been at a loss to understand why his
letler was "misinterpreted'' by tho
Dy The Associated Press.
WASHINGTON. Keb. 10-Drbato
on the peace treaty wos revived to
day in the reflate although leaders
technically had laid tho pact aside
for another week.
Irreconcilable opponents of rati
fication who yesterday voted against
tt-sunilng consideration today
In ought the subject to tho ponato
floor. Senators Uornh of Idaho and
Knox of Pennsylvania, both lepubll.
cuw, denounced, tho trouty's econ
omic clauses ns "cruel" rfnd "mur
derous'' In Its effect on thi con
quered peujilr In the less direct con
sequences of ihe wot Id.
Senator Borah also assailed Her
bert Hoover's stand on the tro.ity
and called on him to roply to the
list of questions which havo been
put by tho Idaho senator to several
republican and democratic candi
dates for tho presidency
neport I'uct Hack.
The debate was precedod by com
pletion of the parliamentary steps
necessary to restore tho treaty to a
status making formal consideration
possible, tho" foreign relations com
mittee reporting tho pact back to the
setiato with the republican reserva
tions framed at the last session. The
committee's nctlon, taken under In
structions voted yesterday, wa en
tirely perfunctory and without dis
cussion or a record vote.
Notice that formal consideration
would bo requested Monday was
served by Senator IodK0 of Massa
chusetts, tho republican leader, who
said the delay had been agreed on
because of the absence of many seji.
ntors on both sides of tho chamber.
The announcement of tho repub
lican leader developed no discussion
and It was In the midst of legisla
tive business that the treaty later
wus brought to the fore by Senator
Uorah. Iloth ho and Senator Knox
dcclired It would "Impoverish" Ger-mnrf-.
Austria and Hungary and thnt
tliu rcMilt would be to destroy, tho
.financial stability or l-.urope.
In Holland of the former German
heir apparent. It has not come of
ficially to tho (ilteiuinn of Ser
retary I-uistitig and he would not
comment on It In any a. It was
Indicated, however, that any
action Mr. Wilson might take
would bo of a personal observa
tion rather than any official ex.
There was uo doubt among offi
cials of his strong opo.illlon to tho
wholo extradition proceedings now
Tho president was said to be
lieve that Germany should bo per
mitted to work out her own sal
vation without the cmb.irruss
tfients that would bo Involved In
making possible "martyr" out of
offenders, whether tho former om
pcror or bin i-on, or any high of
flfer or official. It Is understood
that contention that no govern
mcnt could remain In power In
Germnny which agreed to stir
render such officials Ib taken se
riously bv Mr. Wilson and hU ad-vlaera.
TULSA, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11,
Foreman of Street
Sweepers Is Named
as Enright's Slayer
CHICAGO, Keb, 10. Vlnoenio
Costnann, nlias Jim I.uscus, it
street sweeper foreman, wu
named tonight by State's Attor
ney Hoyne as the mun who fired
the shot that killed "Moss" Hn
right, labor leader mid gunman, a
week ugo. Cosmatio Is under at -rest
and will bo formally charged
with the crlmo tomorrow, It was
lllg Tim Murphy, former mem
ber of the state legislature and
business agent of the street sweep
er'x union, was booked tonight on
a eharKo of murder. Karllcr a
similar charge had been made
ngalrurt Michael Carrozo. president
of tho union. Uolli were also
charged with conspiracy to mur
der, Knrlght was the leader of a
rival union labor faction
More Congressmen Ex
press Opposition to
WASH I'NGTON, Feb. 10. Tho de
cislon of the caucus of houoe demo
crats last night to go on record .is
oppoied to any mcaauto providing
compulsory universal military ser
vice nr training vwm dincurkjed at
length today and tonight by thoso
Whon the oflfclul list of negutlvo
votes cast In the caucus became
available today It wus learned that
ltepresentntlve Hudspeth, Texa, and
Wellington, I'lali, were among the 17
voting ugnJiint the resolution. Rep
resentative Igoo of Missouri, was not
in the official list nor was Itepro
fcenuitlvn Carter nf Oklahoma, who
a tsii was Included In tho unofficial
report. In the caucuses the nkKhmin.
member declared his opposition to
universal training and also his oppo.
sltlon to the resolution. !fr. Igon in
u formal statement tonight declared
his opposition to universal tcalnlng.
IMiuorciic Oppose nan.
ICnactmOnt of universal training
was opposed by Hemitor I'omerene,
democrat of Ohio, In a statement lo.
night In whicll he oxprr-tied tho bo
lief that It would lie utiwl.su at tills
time owing to tho country's financial
condition. Tho Ohio senator, who
has bcon mentioned as a democratic
oundldotc for president, said bo be
lieved lo n limited amount of mil
Itary ruining, but that It was "quite
different n proposition lo say that nil
young men must have It."
Itcpiesontntlve Tlncher, repub
lican. Kansas, commenting on a
speech today In tho house, on the
action ot the democratic cbucuh, said
democratic representatives should
bo congratulated for thulr upright
stand In throwing off tho yoke of
universal training and declaring
themselves "In favor of the wishes
of tho Amerlrnn people."
Representative Wingo, democrat of
Arkansas, declared "nobody knows
whero the republicans stand on uni
versal training," and that the repub
licans themselves did not know
whether they wero following Fluor
Leader Mondell, an opponent of uni
versal training, or Chairman Knhn
of tho military committee, a sup
porter. llarrrlil Dcfrinlol.
Referring to the action.' of Hopr.
withdrew his acceptance of a va
cancy on tho military committee, Mr.
sentative Harreld of Oklahoma, who
Wlngo deolured the Oklahoma re
publican was "crucified so the re
publicans! might have their little
gamo of militarism." Harrctd's
resignation, according lo Wlngo. was
due to "the autocratic orders of tho
republican steering committee."
.which wns challenged as untrue by
Representative Haddcn of Illinois, n
inemliei of tho steering committee.
Democratic members today said
th6y felt that they were in closer
touch with tho opinion of tho coun
try on military training than was tho
president, on account of his Illness,
und for that reason voted to go on
rocord despite the president's ap
peal thlt the parly iittltudn bo left
for the national convention to de
termine. Two Airmen Killed
When PluncH Collide
SAN ANTONIO, Feb. 10 Lieu
tenants Hurry II. .Smith and Harry
Ilrokaw. both of the Nlnoty-founh
aero squadron, were Instantly killed
this afternoon shortly before i
o'clock when their machine col
lided 1.200 feet III mld-alr and fell
at Kelly field. Tho aviators were In
a practice aerial flight in low-hanging
clouds when their machines col."
toilet" water Ts fatal
Oil I'li'lil Worker Ids-amo Mini! Hp.
foro Poison H(so Kllleil.
PONCA U'lTV. Feb. Id.--John
tinker, nged 47, of Arkansas City.
Ark., died early today soon after
taking u pint rt toilet water labeled
"Lilac l)graln" He liecume blind
and delirious beforo death, llakcr
was an oil field worker hero.
Tl'bSV Okla Maximum, 55 minimum
30; north windi, cloudy
OKLAHOMA: Wedneiday unsetllrd
weather: Thursday partly cloudy, not much
rmni, in irini'vra mrr
MHIHIlNt Wedneiday generally
cloudy and somewhat warmer in north por
I (Ion unitltlrd in muth. rjort.ua Thursday
AKKANf'AS Wednesday partlr clondy
to cloudy komeaiat anm-r Thursday
KAST TKXAB Wednesday cloudy local
rains, somewhst tsrmer in north portion
I Thursday unsettled
WKCT TKX'V Wedncidsy cloudy not
I much chan;e in temperature.
Premier and King Tioth
Tell Parliament of
CURB LIQUOR TRAFFIC
Geori;o In Opening Addrep.s
Outlines Plan to Repress
Sale in England.
TRADE IS RUSSIAN CURE
Lloyd George Declared the
Nation Must Ho Revived;
Commerce Is Weapon.
Ily Tht Associated Press.
LONDON. Feb. 10. After Jul-
Journnieitt following the formal
opening of the parliament today,
both houses reassembled sit 4
o'clock for the debate, on the king's
Iteforo the debate began Premier
Lloyd llrnrgo announced that he
would at nit early datti ask leave
to Introduce a bill "lo amend the
provisions for tho government of
Ireland." Tho premier's announce
merit nf the probable early appear
ance of the litiuio rule measure was
greeted with cheers.
Dealing nt length with the sit
nation in Russia, Mr. Lloyd George,
said he ngreed with the view that
lluropn could not bo restored with
out putting ItttsHlu, with all her
strength and resources "Into circu
Ilolshevlsni was possibly efficient,
said tho premier, but 11 was not
dcinorracy, and Russia must bn re
stored under antlholshcvlk regime.
"Ilolshevlsni cannot be crushed
hy force or arms," continued the
premier. "I held that opinion n ear
ago, but my advice, teudvreil ou that
assumption to tho warrlnir factions,
was declined. It wns necessity, lo
give the untlbolshevlsts a chance to
recover Russia, but they failed The
falluro was not due to lack of equip
ment, but to muro fundamental
"Until they nre assured that the
bnlshovlkl have dropped the method
of barbarism' In favor of civilized
government," ndded tho premier,
"no civilized community (n tho world
Is prepared to iiuiko pence wllh
Iheni. Further there Is no estab
lished government possessing Ihe
right lo speak for tho whole of IJu
nipwan HiiHst.i. We failed to re
store Russia lo sanity by force. I
believe we can saw"her by trade."
"The dangers uro not all In tins.
la; they are here at home, I speak
wltli knowledge, wttn oppreneneinn
and responsibility, and I warn the
house that in the face of things
which may happen wo must use
every legitimate weapon. We must
fight anarchy wllh abundance"
nr International fews Hervlr.
LONDON, Feb. 10. That Great
Britain Is preparing to curb her
liquor traffic uas revealed by King
George today In his speech from the
throne convening parliament.
"The war showed tho dunger of
ovcrfllvo drinking and a hill suit
able for peacetime regulation of al
cohollo beverages Is forthcoming,"
uald the king.
King George appealed for peace
In Kastern Luropo and Itusel.i. say
lng: "So long ns theso.va.st regions
withhold their full contribution of
the world's rnmmndltles, the cost of
living cannot bo reduced, nor general
prosperity restored throughout the
Touching on the acute Irish sit
uation, King George declared: "Con
ditions In Ireland cause mo grove
concern. " Ho continued:
'Hut proposals will soon be laid
before you for a better government
In tliot country, such as were out
lined at the end of the last pesslon
Also n bill containing furtjier pro
visions for education In Ireland will
Ml Tcnilffr ItcrdguutlnnH When So
Salary Agreement Is Iteiiclicil
With Hoard of Ijlunillnii.
LAWTON. Okla., lei. Hi ilesig.
nations of all principal! and teach
ers In the high school mid the ward
schools of this city were placed In
the hands of the superintendent of
schools today following tho failure
of the board of cduoatlon Monday
night to grant an Increase In sal
aries. The resignations have heon
accepted, the board announced to
night, and are to take effect next
Filday at the close of school.
Teachers at a meeting Held last
Thursday made a demand tliut thc
lie given an increase or z.i per cent,
retroactive since .1 miliary C, and that
anotlior 2 r per cent Increase be
grunted them for next jenr. The
demands wero made In the form of
an ultimatum to havo been answered
by 1 o'clock last Monday afternoon
Kfforts to reach a settlement at n
Joint meeting of tho teachers and tho
board held this afternoon failed. The
hoard claims there Is no legal way
by which the Increase can bo mot
and offered to support any legal plan
that might be successful.
The teachers rlulm iliev nre losing
money every day; f hut tho board
failed to give ihe nutter consldeiu
lion ii bin i lie specified time and
thin they tiro r."1 'ound by any con
Irnct emered Inlr, t H'o beginning
of Ihe school year.
(schools will bo oosed Friday aft
ernoon for an Indellulle period und
more than 2 POO. phlMeen will be de.
prived of school fsylHle
AGREEMENT REACHED ON RAIL WAGE
G. 0. P. TO SELECT
Both Emhry and Hutnon
Claim They Will Con
Ily Aa,ciatd I'resa rftsln Wire
OKLAHOMA t'lTM. Feb. 10 -Interest
tonight In poltlral circles
centered on tho republican state con-'
vstillon to bo held hero tomorrow,
whon the outcome of the raco lie
tweun Jake L. Ilamon and John
Hmbry, rival candidates for national
committeeman, will bo known. Bup.
porters of both candidates tonight
were claiming they had enough dole
gates to control the convention,
Next to tho contest for cummlt
tcouianshlp is expected to be wheth
er the four delegates at largo to,the
national unnvontion wilt be sent In
structed for General Leonard Wood
for presidential nomination, or
whether they shall go unliistructed,
Hh on hi Ilamon control the conven
tion, It was stated, the delegation
I will not bo Instructed fur any ptost.
donti.il randldate, and Ktuhry man
tdnlght would not say whether. In
j the event he controls the convention,
' the delegation would be instructed
1 for Gencrul Wood.
Ilamon supporters tonight were
clulmlng t i cpntroi r,n or the s.n.
delegates to the stnta convention,
while the Kmhr) supporters claim to
havoHZ pledged to them ,
The committee on credentials will
hear several contents from counties,
among wblrli are I "reek anil I'nt
tanattotnle loun'lns which caused
the alleged "rump" convention dur
ing the fourth dlstilct convention at
Hhawnee. Decision of the committee
in these contests will apph only to
delegates to the state conwntlon and
not the national convention dele
gates Other contests to lie he.ud are
those of OMuhoma ami Johnston
Kmhry tonlahl concedes Tulsa and
1 Craig counties In the First district
to Ilamon. These nro tho largest
I counties In tho district. Tho conveii-
lion will convene at -t o'clock tomor
row afternoon In the auditorium
i here, The cieiluntlals committee Is to
dispose or uio county coniests ui a
session planned for in the morning
At a meeting of the state Commit
tee tonight to make up a temporary
roll call, iliV' contested delegation
from f roek county was awarded to
SHAWNHi:, Okla., Feb. 10. All
efforts of Pottawatomie county re
publicans to get together tonight
proved futile and the county will
send two complete delegations to
the stale convention at Oklahoma
City tomorrow Sixteen ure Instruct
ed for Jake Ilamon and in for J.
J McOraw Tho two delegations are
tho result of the rump Pottawatlomle
county convention, W T Williams is
leading the Ilamon faction nnd
Kwers While tho iintl-tlamon ("ash
M. fade, former republican national
committeeman, Is again unable to
General Urges American
ism in Oklahoma City
OKLAHOMA fITV. Feb. 10. -Agitators
who continue lo work
against the government should be
deported to the country from which
they came. General Jqhn J, Pershing
declared In an address here today
beforo the Oklahoma City chamber
of commorco, where he wan enter-,
tatned at a luncheon while a guest
hi the city of tho American loglon
General Pershing paid a tribute
to the American soldiers and said
tho American legion Is tho greatest
steadying Influence In tho country
at this tlmn,
"Great uneducated masses of peo.
pie of this country nre willing to
listen to propaganda. Children of
foreign born paronts should bo re
quired to learn the English language
anil study the constitution of this
On his arrival here this morning
tho general was met by a reception
committee composed of Mayor J. C.
Walton undotherswhopresented him
with a gold key to the city. A pub.
lie reeentlon followed and at noon a
liineheon wan given in his honor by
Ihe chamber of commerce
At 2 o'clock a parndo led by tho
Hecond Infantry band nud followed
lit automobiles bearing (ieneral
Pershing, Govornor Itoberlson,
Mayor Wultnn, tho general's staff of
fleers, and hundreds nf former sol
illers In uniform wormed Its way
through the business section and
headed for the state capttol building,
Tho parade was aliHiidoned, how
ever, uti account of rain before It
reached Its point "f ending.
North SchlcHwig Vote
Adverse to Germany
I '0 1 1 11NH A O F.N . Feb. 11.
(Wednesday) The rosulus Vu, tho
North HchlvHWlg plebiscite up to 1
o'clock this morning show Danish
majorities in nil ex cpt six of tho
150 precincts. Tho aggrcfsilo vote
was 30,703 for Denmark odd 12.7Se
100 A WORD
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from reading and answering one of
the classified ads printed in this
paper today. our prompt action In
answering may net you hundreds of
iloUaiH. Oportunlty Is often dis
guised in small type on our pages.
"Tho most reail classified advertis
ing in Tulsa ' Is printed evory day In
Tho World Telephono Osage B00O
and toll your buying story or your
Belling story to a World Want Ad
PRICE 5 CENTS. (.;
Union Chiefs and Hines
Fail to Settle Dif
ferences. WILL TRY AGAIN TODAY
Brotherhoods Submit De
mands and Will Receive
Final Reply Today.
Head of Section Men Says J
All May Quit It Demands
Are Not Granted.
n6t afraid of courts
Barker Declares Any Step
Will Be Opposed With
All Available Funds.
WAHII1MOTON, KU. 10,- The Jli
railroad administration, nearlnff tho W,JVi
end of Its control over the nation's W.l
rail transportation systems, tonight 'M,
faced a critical situation with r. kti'
apect In tho wugo demands of more
than 11,000,000 employes. Confers M
encem tomorrow between Director -to!)
General HIr.ss sr.d leaders of His
workers unions, probably will de-
termlne the outcome of the situation. -K
Officials of the unions submitted
to the director general at today's v
meetings u new statement which
served to open Up nil Important !
questions, on which the two sides '
werent a. vnrlanco ond will require.,
further discussion beforo a settle w
ment can be reached. Mr. Illnes said 1.
ho wouldi reply tomorrow. jl't
Meanwiuie v. u. Lee, president ot! '.
llin Iirrtl li.rlinml nT llnllrn.H T.nln. '
innii, yiuk preening Mr. nines ior an iJ.ii'1viV
answer to Ihe demands of Ms tn- $1
V. . I - lit"
and Insiatlnc W
ady Jo slrlkfcMi
uiviuuui organization an
the trainmen wero read
unless a satisfactory set
reached. Railroad administration)
murium iiiso received inrormai no ;,a
tire that they must contend with a. n
strike called by the Urntherhood nf j
Maintenance of Wnv Mmnloves and'
MnJoritv for Strike.
Further thnn sdmlUlnar Ihmt he W
i,n,i ..!. .h. ,n, -jii.C; '7
Hon the required 30 days' notice ofljifj
intention to cancel tho Dresent vice Iii)!
contract on February 23, Mr. Leo de- ! '
cllned to discuss the plans of hsi)1
organization. Tho strike vote taken i M
under his instructions was said to4 J)
show a largo majority favoring a djlj
This last phase of the situation j
was given railroad administration i.'
Offlctklm concern heeilllHe. ahnit!,l the : I
trainmen walk out. sn almost rnm.
Pleta tloup of traffic could he the H j
oniy rcsuii. Tho thousands of en- .lilfEffiP
glneers, firemen and conductors ij ;
could not operate tho trains, for Inffliifl&Hij
many slates they would bo for- TO'MfV,
bidden to work under "full crew" HnJrV;
....... ..,,,,-, icmiijiiun requiroii a) iii
were on duty. It was explained. 1l! j:
Union by-laws also prohibit other Jf.it
',,,,ta iiuiii iiinintt uui trains not a.'
mantied by the regulation numberVfff
of brakemen. flij
OHkts IfoMInc Rack. ,
Officials of tho other three train '
M n n r n 1 1 1 w. . . I .. .. .1 , - , .
..... . ...,. ,,,,, nt-iu uruitarDO not
lo be supuortlnir Mr. I.ee are-re.
slvely in his demands although he.
"mi i" nave communicator! with
each of thom beforo notifying- Mr.
Illllee tit lite InlanlU. . ,. , 1 . , .
wage agreement. Tho communion-M1'
Hon of the trainmen's president wusflj
said to have been ineroly a request.lt
mi u Hwiieineiii iroin inc otherjri
n . 0 itiuu oujeuiiiiris, 11 anj,
to the proposed action. The leaders 2
are understood lo have replied they
Im, I rtn nlllA.,lnn I. . . 1 --11 1 1 .'. .
.... wl.jUl.i,l(, iirvilliru ip
commit themselves ns.to supporting'
Ihe proposed movo.
The action of Pretldene n-rl,n r
the maintenance of way employesji
n iiwiiiuii ngisin ny railroad art
ministration officials to be In viola
Hon of his wage agreement.
At.li MAY QUIT
llliTHOIT. Mich.. Feh. 10 IcnilJ
ure of the railroad unions and Pl4
recior uenerai nines lo reach an
agreement nt the Washington con
ferenco mnv result In a ren. rnl w.iilr.
out of railway workers, according to?
Allen L Harker. president of thn
llrotherhnod of Maintenance nf Wnvl
Employes and Railway 8hop Labor-'J)
union for February 17. j3
i' in nern ntie utisy .nr. uarsen
stated tonight. Indicated that heads
ot 13 railroad men's organlxatlon,
now In Washington would "stand pa
and act as a unit" In pressing thelrttf
wage demands. A
"It U rnv heller" lie vultl "thufi"
even should officers of othcr'union
not can si rues, many moujanns orw
railroad men In other departme ntsjj
...it, i i .. v. ...... . i. - . .. r .
will juiii jiuiuiff wiiii ion iiimuiciuiiiiTT
of way and shop laborers." J
Mr. Darker reiterated his slate-ii
ment mat me resources or mo union
would bo used In fighting any ponsl
bio court action to prevent the strike
Ills comment on word rrom itnns;
that officials there planned to In
yoke the new Industrial court act'
was: "They will need a lot ot Jails,!
I believe the law Is unconstitutional.'
Wo shall disregard any power thW
tells us that we are not free tr.l