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OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAl-JSK
A NEWSPAPER FOR
riVIC PRIDE, THE HOME,
V a mar-am rrT tT rt i
VOL. XIV, NO. 146.
POWER SAYS ROOT
Party Platform Is Out
lined to -New XOYK
Vnta Treaty Ratified .With
All Pronoscd Safeguards;
Alter League Later.
IS FOR MILITARY TRAINING
Limitation of Right to Strike
and Labor Tribunal Are
SEW YOHK. Peb. 19. Tho open
Inr, run of tlio republican national
fimlKilpi was fired hero- tonight In,
a keynote speech by IJllhu Hunt (it
the unofficial republican ntato con
untion In which ho outlined the
platform upon which ho belleVnd tlio
republicans should go to tho polls
Kit November, Mr. Hoot brought
the assembled delegates to their feet
'cheering time and again In hia .de
nunciation! of thoN democratic ad
ministration and especially In his
references to what ho termed tho
mtocratlo conduct of President Vv'll
icn. , The much talked of possibility of a
I lsorous fight by tho women dele
rates to have a member of their Sex
Included In the "biff four" wlo will
represent New York In the. national
tonientlon in Chicago did not ma
terlAllto and thn women wore npp-ir-mlty
satisfied with tho appointment
of one of their number, Mrs. Arthur
U IJvermoro of Yonkerrt, an ono of
the alternatu dolcgatcs-iit-larKc.-
United Stutcs Senators James W.
WadswbTth, Jr., and William Calder.
Col. William Iloyco Thomson of
Yonkers and Nathaniel J, Miller of
Syracuse were selected as the men to
be recommended to tho state conven
tion tomorrow as dnlcfratcs.nt-liirgo
to the republican national convention
Sir. Miller wna named a delegate-at-Iarge,
In place of lOIIhu ft(t, who
declined to nerve. Mr. tloot dof
Isttely announced bin decision not (o
be a delegate liua letter; nrtdrcMjed to
State Chairman Ooorgo Glynn. Mr.
Hoot gavo no rcnison in lihi letter of
withdrawal, but it Is understood that
ke has decided to accept tho appoint
ment as a member of tho committee
to prepare a plan of organization for
n International court of Justice of
thalcurua of nations,
Mr, Root, it is understood, desires)
to le froo from other duties, cspoe.
tally those of a partisan nature, while
he li connected with tho International
NRW YOHK, Feb. 19. P.llhu
oo( outlined at thn republican
Ute convention here tonight party
Neles and tho platform upon
hlch ho believed republicans
.(Wild bo to tho polls In November,
I Vert striking of his proposals wero:
Decentralization of thn exectitlva
oers which have made tho presl
at "more autocratic tlian any
erelsn In tho civilized world,"
Ratification of the" peace treaty
ltn senate anicndtnentN "long bo
wre the presidential elections."
Reform of tho lenguo of nations
Megan t by a oontrcss of nations
w the call of "a republican president
".mediately after March -1, 1921,"
establish "tho rule of public right
ufier than tho rulo of mere oxpcdl
"Iflil governmental economy and
i "adoption of nn cxeeutlvo budget.
-.imitation of tho light to strlko
Point where- It conflicts with
WWwnUon of tho community:
"'Wshmr-nt of a lahor tribunal
unpoRer to enforce its mnndates.
hi u, 011 of t,,u HyAtem of taxation
"ilfh Involves thn tariff."
..""'"icatilzatlon and tho ollnilna
ik.,iS; a Iot of I'olshevikl or bol
"tfice "'mP;ltnlz0CR" from public
J' Universal military training.
... ' -! Dictatorship,
t p re. Important than all." 1 Mr.
ban ."'I" "l" u,1 "eecssHy that wo
' "Hore uur republican form
WNTINl Et) OX I'AOK TWO.
HANGING EXAMPLE STpPPED
r,"A Count,- Sheriff .Not lo Allow
I rivilioru l- a ,
Wc" VfK 'S- l'rlsoners In
,Mm 5c.0."m' W wl'l l witness
O'Brien ",n "l SnlnK Jiiek"
Vies ypar 0,d Kunmnu. cin
- htr?fr".'lri,7,nB a Policeman.
PrUontl'0,"''1' that would remove
fclZSf fr?,ni luo.doath rrldor,
w nn,lc' from Matthew Mills,
S'wTi , atlorn,y general und
ouli . nry x'aclay Uojne that
Ml hi. li. np"iCl-,i'teil If he carried
To in n-.f.or r,ul,llc 1'inslng.
"4 ' Mar i ,nrfw,"'r' w tnestcd
- solemn h1 n,ruPe, tho us.
New York Life
h,,,-t l.l AfilCNTk
J l'nla,M ,(1r, ,,,, vi
r ' '.ticsei,
World's News Told
in Condensed Form
fo r Hurried Rea ders
A J P" ,,1",e ?' II.l,S0 were pui
jhainl r retired In J.ru.r, aiM. from
the operatloiu of the bond lnklnit fuoj,
U waa annourKed Uday at th. treaiury,
I-O.VDOV. Feb, ID Martial law htt
ojcupied hf Ktcn.'h trewpa tinder ronlrol
01 an a.lied commliilon In rxitieqaenc of
new dliturbancet, Wflrdlnr to an Amiter.
dam diipatch o thn Kichan Talearaph
I.OXDOK. leb. I0--A new Ilrllt.h am
biador to the L'nlled Htatn hat alrjadj
peen appointed in tucetition to Vlwount
"rey, tut Ibe public announcement ha
been n.lri m. , . . . .
r " , i, , . V, , -' 'i, " upon prioiea
by tho Dili,- Telerriph,
WADtllvnrnw i'-. m
aerratitely Mtlnia'te, It may rot the ro-
fOM-l tl.tlnnal ,....1. I V.I 1
...,,v.,. .uuiiMuwn, r..nRior warren,
chairman nf the enol appropriation rom-
fTI 1 1 I I'.. iImI iil I . t. .a.. a.
w i ii ,nti icnaio mis aiier
u':A!!'J''S0' Mir.b K'b- 19- PelUlona to
Piee the Mm ot William J. Hryan on the
ballot ai a randlilalo (or the democratic
presidential nomination were rcreited by
Ifl lsilea nf . - I . ill. .
Ur .fohnstin quallflM yi(erdiy for a r.Uce
WAHIIINOTOX Feb. 10 Kmployment
naa bfen found for more than 11,000,000
men n,i women by the United "tatea
emplo-mcnt r-ertVe since II. orsanliatlon
In January, 1 1 8. Director (leneral Dons
more announced today In aummarr of
Iba work of tho bureau.
THK llOt:E, Wedneaday, Yt. IS. Tho
activity of tho Dutch cabinet members In
connecllon with the present lrajruo of na
tions, dubte In lbn Jmicli parliament may
delay Sfimenhat Holland's answer lo the
t.Conil .111.1 nnl. wllV, ,k-
l.O.NKOK, Kcb. 19 Andrew llonar Law
the (torernmcnt solesinah, stated In tho
house of commons today that It was honivl
U Introduce the Irish homo rule bill
tomorrow. The second reading ot tho hill,
he added, would bo taken as soon as the
bouse hud bad time to digest the biil.
CIUCAOO, Feb. 19. Two Iswvrrs and
a clerk In the office of the collector of
Internal reuinun wore irrnsta't and a
bonded warehouse raided and liquor valued
at more than $750,000 sslifed by federal
agents today to block what wan said to
bo a plot to placo Ihe bailor on sale.
r'litrAim r.i, i n . i'-i . . i. .
Standard Oil enmpany of Indiana, it was
"""vuHir,! oj.y tnrniisn incir mammal
council, Iist. toted Iticmielrea a wate In
creaip of Hit per cent and a ail day
trarl-l.t ....I TV, ..... . I i
n,v-. IBB IVUUUII, T-.l. UlSailllt'M
with the consent of the company las; Juue.
CHir.UlO, Keb, 19. ItehsblllUtlon of
the natkin's railrtvads, at an estlmatrd cott
of JS.OOO.OOO.OOo. should bo undertaken
before any ritrnsivc iroftram of home and
factory building la starl.d, at. I). Smith, a
Dclroll contractor and director of the An
toclatcd (leorral Contractor, told that body
here loili). i
MO.S'TltEAr, Feb, 10. Mr and Mrs
tyerelt .1. CamVron of Ban Francisco,
tVdnc- Kahn of C'hjeaco and Itueben Pietrle
of Tesas City, Tesaa. were arrested hero
loday upon renoest of Ihc polite of Kin
Franrlaro and f.'hleago. In their possession
waa found tf.,000 worth of cocaine and
$300 worlh of jewelry
v ts.niKr.Tn v vi, in H..I1 ... .,
llnll.A.I lunrf. In . I, . .. - . -t . t.
-..- ,, wr.fc nn,. .uuill varouRIl
a series of l-ond Issues, operating similarly
to the federal f.rm loan system, would he
.uiiifjruru ny uiu inirotiuccii toiler by
Senator Fletcher, democrat of Florida, A
similar measure will be offered In thejiouao
tomorrow hv Il,nr.snl,llB. CmUh ......I.
CllICAfJO. Fch. J9. The neve board of
..r.B.uu luiuun nHni in .r.ion
.in-. Ill-t ,riuin,nm,nf . , II,. ... ,1
will enntinuo the prineiple ot nonpartisan.
-.-ii-, niM.n .Mini me organizations was
founded. II pas announced tonight. The
hn.rri I. ulmn.t ,nl, .IM.I..I I. ...11,1.. I
affiliation between Ihe two msjor pirtly.
ST .10.SKIMI. Mo., Feb. 10. Themaa
!aon, a railroad detective, was found deux
In hi. .....mo t.A. (,..1... -.11. ..I.- ,1.. .11.
,u mm ,v,. ig-mni.K ur .11.-
u-"l uui-jii.ciuii. uiu 01 ins House
keeper beneath a second story window from
..I.I.I. . k, I... I ,.11 V .L.
-" "p ii.,, i.urii or uc.n iDro.ii. a re
nolter waa found beside III son's body, but
rt.lllit tl. n,B- Ik. ,n,a. I... I V.
JIo was 42 jeara old and a widower.
KAKHAS CITY, Mo., Feb. 10. Harry
Ricbardion, who waa arresteif here Toes
day, was taken to Oklahoma City In-lay
to anaarr charges of hiring slolen a
diamond ring valued at $1100. Richardson
waa emp'oye,lln Ihe Oklahoma Klity store
of the Harris (Joar company. He left his
employment (hern last fall and came to
Kansas City. Shdrlly thereafter the firm
mined the ring.
WA&'fllXOTON, 10. President
Wilson has improved so much. Rear Ad
miral Urayson, his physician said today,
that he gnea lo work at his desk in his
study every morning at half past nine.
Dr. tlrayson said .Ibe'president had not
yet resumed ualng his typewriter, bu.
that bo probably would do so soon.
ATMNTA, fla , Feb. ID. The name of
William U MrAdon will .e placed upon
ballots In Ihe f.eorgln presidential demo
cratle primary to be held April V0 unless
the former aecretary of Ihe treasury, takes
further aeflon lathe matter. It Is further
lesrned that after an all day discussion at
'Mlllcdgecllle, '.. j was decided lo present
the petition lh the nn-esssry figures lo
plsce McAdoo'a name fn tho running In
WASIII.SOTO.V. Feb. 10 Attorney
Oencral Palmer announred today he has
instructed the I'nitrd States district al
tnrney at Portland, Ore, to make full In
rcstlgatlona nf charges that M. H, llouser
groHted from operation! 0( the United
tales (Irsln corporation, A federal Judgo
msde such chlirges. The attorney gen
eral's direction for a full Investigation was
at the reqeust of Hauler.
Rt.T IiAKB CITY." I'lab, Feb 11 --.
arihur F Olson, atlas John Ogden said
to have robbed a mall car on a L'irton Pa
r If lo ovir'ai-J limll.-l train near Omaha
of approiimalely $200,000 worth of reg.
Ulered mall and other valuables on the
night of January 31, waa arretted by rait,
rosd ipeclsl agents here loday
ST IiOUIS, Feb 19 Radicalism ana1
profiteering wero denounred by Oot.
Charles IV llrougb of Arkansas in an
address hern tonighl. He spoke before
Ihe HI. I-oul Retail Credit, Men's associa
tion. "I am strongly against any form of
nwliealism," asserted the s-oternor, "and
believe IhaVo'cry alien radical should be
deported, And just as vigoj-ously am 1 op
posed to profiteers."
IiAXSIN'tl. Mich.. Feb. 'lS.--.Possibility
4t the nomination of Oovernor l-owdsn
of Illlnoli as Ihe republican candidate for
I president waa given today by Ihe friends
i of W'oodhrlflge .N'- Ferris, forraefgoyernor
i of Michigan, aa a reason for the launch
Ing nt the latter' boom for vlr presi
dent on the democratic tlrket. They say
Ihe T-owden situation makes II a necessity
, for the drmoerats to choose a man from
i the 'aks region 'or second place on the
MAY SHOOT SOME
Says Revolution by Social
ists Peaceful; May
ACT BY- LEGISLATION
Counsel in Assembly Hearing
Says "Privileged Class"
May Get Obstreperous.
COUNTRY "IS NOT FIRST"
False Doctrine, , He Saya;
True Ideal International
.W.HAXy, N. V.. Keb. 19. - Morris
llillniilt, socialist leader, today pre
dicted that control of tho United
States g-overnment would pans peace
fully into tho hands of tho socialist
party when it enrolls tho working
class. He lisued a w.vrnlmr that "It
is not Impossible, tho people will bo
compelled to supplement their polit
ical notion with a llttlo shooting" if
tho profiteering class revolts after
tho majority of tho people are ready
to Introduce "substantial reforms-' by
"leita! constitutional melhbds."
Testifying before the assembly Jti
dlclary committee nt thn Investiga
tion of thn fivo suspended socialist
nHsemblymen, Mr. Illllqult denied tins
socialist party Intended -to promoto
Its program by other than "legisla
tive action, parliamentary action,
und In ii peaceful way."
v Killing Class Varncl.
Hut wlilK tho party was not plot
ting bloody revolution lo achieve ltd
alms, Mr. illllqult declared history
has shown that "when ihe prlvllognd
minority is about to lose Us nrlvllr-een
It becomes dn-porato and tries to do 1
troy rerorm or lawful revolutionary
movements by force"
"In that c-aso It will bo up to the
majority of the people to defend their
rights ngnlnsl such lawless,, 'powerful,
privileged minorltleAf-ond In a caso
of that kind It mav como to shooting-"
Questioned on tho socialist concept
revolution, tne witness said it
had "no romantic slgnirioanca of
.Socialists repudiate the sentiment,
"My country, right or wrong," and
refuse to accept tho tdognn pro
claimed during tho war of "stand bo
hind tho president," Morris IUllrjiiIt,
socialist loader, testified today uridor
cross-examination nt the trlul of tho
five socialist assemblymen charged
"My country, right or wrong," Is a
"falso doctrine of national patriot
ism," declared tho witness. Tho
"true" doctrine, ho said. Is "the Ideal
of International working- clam solid
oilty." Mr. Hllhinlt reiterated hln claim
that nationalism a mi International
ism arc not, hnwover. Incompatible.
"True" patriotism, ho ox,plulued. In
connection with tho anti-war pro
gram adopted by thn party.Just after
America entered tho world conflict,
consists "In' making our .country
right at nil times."
Tho war, socialists said, would not
servo this end, according to the wit
noses. FIFTH WILL ELECT TODAY
liast Convention In Oklahoma In
Held at (iUahoina City Todui
My Associated I're'ss State Wire.
OKLAHOMA CITY, l-'eb, 19.
Tho last convention In Oklahoma
this year so far iim It pertains to na
tional pollLlral affairs will be held
horo tomorrow when tho l-'ifth dis
trict 'republicans conveno for tho
purposo of electing two dolcgatcs to
thn national, convention.
Interest In tho convention centers
on whether th -delegates will be In
structed as to. presidential! nomina
tion and national committeeman for
Hupportcra of John VJmbry, candi
date against Jake I.. Uamnn of Ard
more for committeeman, said tonight
that ho will -control tho convention
and name the two delegates,
AV. If. P. Tpidgeon ot Oklahoma
City, Chris- Madsett of Outhrio and
Mrs. .1. S. Pearson of Marshell are
bclnit mentioned as those from
among whom the 'wo delegates will
b chosen, Mrs. 1'carHon Is president
of tho Ktato federation of Women's
Clubs. 8ho succeeded Mrs. D, A. Mr
Duugul of Sapulpn, who was olected
a dolegato to the democratic national
William Welsh. Adams
Released by Bandits
I.OS ANGM.KS. Cal., IJcp. 19,
Wllliam Welsh Adamsr American
mine superintendent, reported kid
maped In Zacateca, Mexico, l-'eb-ruury
13, hast been Telcasod, iiccnrd.
Ing to meMKigen which his wife wild
tcnis'h.t sho recolvd from the Amer
ican Metals company office In New
York and Jtexlco and tho American
consul ut Saltlllo, Mexico,
mics os tiii: witnkss stand
J. II. Klblcr of Crawford County,
Ark., Drop Dead at Hearing
Special to The World.
KOHT HM1TH. AHK., Kch, 10. J.
n. Klbler, 60, lending farmer and en
whoco farm tho famous Klbler cas
field was discovered In ' Crawford
county In 1916, dropped dead today
In a Justico court at Klblcr Klbler
wus about Iq take th'! stand as Die
prosecu'lng witness In the else when
ho was stricken with heart dlee.ue,
TULSA, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1920.
to A ddress Tutsans '
at Convention Hall
IXirincr I'rcHiik'iit Wllliaiu Howard
Tulsa will havo another distin
guished guest today In tho person of
William Howard Taft, former presi
dent of, tho I "tilted States, who will
Hpc-uk at convention nail at ft. IS
o'clock this evening on tho commun
ity lyceutn coutmu. Tho ubji;ct of
Mr, Taft'n nddrcsu will be "Capital,
Uibor, and tho Soviet, anil tho
Iicuguo of Nations," Ho will be In
trqduced by Dr. Charles K. llarker,
plOnlc.il adviser tx uho ox-prosldenl
during hU residence in Wte wltto
Mr. Taft opened hla presunt opcak
lug tour In Duluth, Jllnn . on Keb
nmry 10. The -tour Is to stirry hlin'
through moro fhan half tho state
uud neveral of tho Canadian (irov
tnces, lasting well into .May and
June, Mr. Tuft'st popularity Is
provod by tho largo crouds which
ossomblo In every city to hear him.
Hosldos dlr-cussion of the big world
problems of tho day, Mr, 'raft takes
occasion to touch on' American poll
tics, presidential and otherwise.
The annual convention of the
Oklahoma Kducatiou OMtoclation In
Oklahoma City was opened yester
day afternoon by Mr. Tnft, He will
arrivo horo about f o'clock th!.-.
evening. Ho has two speaking np
IKilutmonts In Hapulim on Saturday.
Wltli Mr. Taft on his tour Is his sec
retary, Wendell 1". Wlscliler.
(,'einiiin ship '-imc lo Do Taken
Higher; lo Ask Hearst to
WA Hi 1 1 NO TO N, J-'ob. 19. Pros
peels of a legal battle to complicate
tho controversy over shipping- board
efforts to dispose of 30 former (Jer
mati passenger liners loomed largo
today when Associate Jurrtlco Ilnlley
In tho district fluprnmo court granted
on Injunction against tlio salo oti n
taxpayer application filed by Wll
Ham Itamlnlph Hearst John Ha r ton
J'aytto, chalrmnn of tho board an
nounced that he would recommend
appeal proceedings and utso an effort
to require Mr. He.arnt to furnish
bond agulnst loss If the ships laid
Idle. He Indicated that tho KPVcrn-men-t
would fight to tho fltib.li for lis
legal right to proceed with tlio sale.
Simultaneously Vlco-O h a I r m a n
Stevens, of tho board, In dlHagree-nu-nt
with his colleagueH ns to the
wisdom of tho sale, continued his
tf-stlmony before tho senato com
merce committee. Ht 111 unollier dif
ference of opinion connected with
these ships was developed t the
hearing. John D. York, a marine
engineer of Chicago, contending that
the t.evlathan, largest of the fleet,
could be reconditioned for pamenge-r
service only In the yards where she
was built In Clermany, while 11 1..
Hague, engineer for tho board, s.ild
tho work could bo dnno In American
Chalrmnn Jones of tlio committee
announced that thn question of
formulating rrJriominend.itlons for the
senato on this question and also
framing of legislation that might btr
deemed necessary would be taken up
tomorrow In executive session
seaplaTje" turns" "turtle
.Ip, IMllll Meets Willi AcqJilciK In .Mo
bile Hay Crew Is IU-muu-iI, .
MOHH-K, Ala., tub. 19.- Navj
e,ipluno ! 5 ; turned turtle In Mm
bllo bay H miles below t-hls cltv this
afternoon whllo returning 'o 1'onwi.
cola. The accident was caused by ft
defective pontoon. Tho crew of two
wero rescued by a launch from shore.
Tho machine will bn towed ashore.
New Mexico Is 32nd
State for Suffrage
HANTA PB, N. M-, Feb. 19,v The
house of the Now Mexico Icg-sUturo
ratlfled-tho federal woman suffrage
amendment by a vote of 30 to to
today. Tho senate ratified It yester
day, 17 to 5 New Mexico is the
32nd state to ratify.
DEMAND NEW RAIL
LAW DE DEFEATED
Labor and Brotherhoods 1
Unite in Demands to
OPEN CONGRESS FIGHT
Protest Will He Sent to Wil
son If Congress Does Not
OWNERS WANT WAGE BODY
Favor President's Proposal
for Tribunal to Settle
WAHUI NllTON. Leb. l'.l
ii. ,n in. '
I zed iullrti:iil wi-ikeiV and tiu'.nii la
bor In goneral, holding thn re-drafted
railroad orK'inlmtkm bill In bo
destructive of ihe emplovcn. ctu-sti-ttitloual
prlvlleireij mil ll"-!le, to
nlRht called on emigres to dcfcil
the mesatirc In Its entirety.
Kopn sentatlvcs or the is nillrnadH
Amerlc:ui l-Vderatlon of Uiboi, imido
fiunilo a momotlal to congiess nut
lodjlng this declarutloit:
"Ilio pending bill deprives cltl.ens
rmplojed upon railways of tho Invio
lalo right to enjoy K.ilni of tln-l" own
industry Tho returns to caphal atv
fixed upon an arbitrary basis; thn
tato at which s-he punlli- must pay
wuges for whlrh lalmr must ue:om
inodntn Ihomselvns to this basis fixed
for eaiilt.'il Por thusp reasons here
in sot forth and many others, ve re
quest and respectfully un;e that thu
Dili bo defeated In Its entirety."
Protest to Wilson.
During the all-day couforenco In
formation was given out that letters
of protest (Ufoilnst tlio wa-rit provis
ions of tho bill would bo sent ' to
President Wilson and Director Oen
cral HI ties. I.aler it wus dcoMcd to
mako llvo right fight In congress and
Intimations were given that If de
feated there, tho workers then would
carry thn battle to tho whlto hotiso
hoping that the prea-ldcnl might veto
The metnorlil, nildtcsel to the
poopla of I tm l.'nlied Htates as well
as In the two huuses ot cr Tigress,
declares that the bill In enuitcliitlng
a principle, for baaing tho flniincl.il
return of Investors subverts thu
principle of American government.
Tills provision, thn memorial holds,
would constltutn an abandonment of
government for the common good,
the establishment of government for
prlvtln Interest, special prlvil'3g.,s
und class benefits,"
Provisions of the menstira for ar
bitration of disputes tiro attacked be
catiKi of thn manner in which tin'
special arbitration Isiords would be
constituted nnJ Itceausn of the way
in wltlch they would npernto. The
r.i liltrii'Jon 1-oards, including tho
permanent federal board of nine
members, might bn ro composed, the
memorial declare-, as) to eliminate
labor from repn senintlon Pro
cedure of thoie tKiards, thn nienioiial
slates, would "deslroy alt discipline
and lead to chaos "
Owners for Plan.
Wiillo the labor rojirmonta.llvcs
were In 'sesnioii, Director tleneial
lllne In conference with a commit
tee of leading railway executive1, re
ceived -a pledge of their co opciiitlon
In thu cstab'lshinent of H eontiniltuu
of experts to fratlmr data bearing on
ti n wagn problem, Tho vxe-rnllves
cxpn-tated a d.-sdro that rsilullon of
the wige jn-obVem be cxiwdltcd and
Mr. lilnes said' that t)u time and
method of contiitiitiug Ibe commit
teo of expnrts would be re commend
ed to the prejdilVrit s soon ,-i a con
ference with Urn railroad union offi
cials could be held. ,
Attacking the rallro'i-d 1 III, section
by section, the memorial of th un
ion men I'eclares Ihe railroad em
p!of expect Just treatment und the
continuation of their "utiullcnahlo
rights to have nn equal voice, rep
resentation' and vole In any tribunal
creiolod by luws or mutual agree
ment which Is to establish Ihe com
pensation wo.nro lo receive."
SCHOOL GIRLS FAINT
I'lu; Curried from Hall at llarl.cr
IlTttlri, - Crowded Condition
Illumed Hex Talk plain,
During the courso of nn address on
sex hygiuue delivered in the high
school auditorium Thursday morn
ing beforo the girls In tho grades
and high school above li! years of
ago by Dr. Charles 10. Darker, physl-,
cal culture expert, flvo girls fainted
and had to bn carried from the hall.
School authorities say that the
cause of this unfortunate occurrence
was due to the crowded condition of
thn auditorium and not to the
psychological effect of tho lecture,
although ono of thn teaghers njated
It was "brutally scientific." Thn lec
ture wag along tho line of tin educa
tional campaign In sex matters which
has been ca.rrlcd op In the schools
during tho present term.
Merle C Prunty. principal of the
high school, was III at his homo yes
terday and the arrangements In tho
auditorium wero therefore in charge
NO PHIIATK ON I'KACi: PACT.
So iafort,Mado to IlrinB It Vp Tor
DhViutsUm In the Hcimtc.
WASHINGTON, Peb, 19 --Peace
treaty dnbato elapsed again today,
neither side making any effort to
brln up the subject for senate con
sideration. Fashion Tailors mske good elothss. 8.
H- corner nerond and Vtsln, upataita.
, ,,1 , , p, (,u,l , .1, III-.- J.I lllllll'IIU.
titrlons at thn closn of nn all-day con- -M r--v s 1 1 I nnn
fercne attended by Preslilnitt tlonl-I V U U HrJWY I I lS
pent and Secretary Mnrrlsr.it of IheiOL. L.O I ILflV I LUOO
Report Allies Tell Wilson
He Turns Aside Own Policy
lirn.NOH AIHI.S, Wednesdny, l-'eb, IS.- A siimmnry of the main
points in tho allied reply to President Wilsons Adtlatlc noti. eabli'd by
tho Home correspondent of l-u Naclon, illscloses that President Wilson
threatened to withdraw his signature from tho llrltlsh Kreneh American
treaty establishing security for Prance, to which the nllles reply that
such action would destroy absolutely tho "new l'reneh policy " for
which President Wilson Invited protection. Tho fundamental points of
the reply to Picsfdent Wilson, according to tho correspondent, am:
I'lrst. The allies answer thn necnsatlon of hsvlng prepared n conven
tion fur lite nnnexntlon or Plume to llaly. which pre supposes bad faith
mi the part of IUIn, by saying thai President Wllaoii la unitblo to
Second. The Italian petition for ihe establishment of territorial con
tiguity with Plume Is a very small thing rtimpufed with tho cession of
Dalmatla, uhlch tho whole world Is able to prove by merely examining
thn map of Kutope. ,
vThlrd. Tin- nllles observe that tjin project of President Wilson which
comprehends the mention of a buffer state, lines been reji-otod by thn
Jugo-Slas and the allied nations luivo been nimble tit Insist upon It.
l-'oltrth. The strip of territory nncessury to establish tho nnutlKUlty
of Plume with Italy hits nut sufficient value in Justify ptoerastlnatlon In
re-estiihllshlng thn peace of Kurnpn.
Plfth Italy enteiod thn war Inspired by Ideals at a moment nt least
ns critical as Unit when the I'tilted States entered. Hhei suffered sacri
fices In blond and money Incomparably mqro serious than thoso of the
I lulled States,
Sixth. Tim president, In threatening to withdraw his slRiinturo from
thn treaty of Versailles, which established the security of Prnnco,
gravely Injures thn aery new Pronrh pulley for which lm Invited pro
tection. Ho not only deslrnys the value of his first Hint most Important
net, but annllillntes It absolutely since he shown that orutiiKumonta con
tracted In accord with this policy ctm bo destioyf-d lightly.
In drawing up his notes, A Naclon's correspondent says, tho Itrltlsh
delegates prepared the technical form hi collaboration with thn Kalians,
while the political sense ot thn doxiimont Is that of thn Prottch dole
gates, who expresred themselves In terms of great sympathy for Italy.
FROM TRADE BILL
Secretary Alexander Says
, Estimates Cut Down
TO- ABOLISH OFFICES
Comincit'ial HrancltcH Must
"He Eliminated Under (lie
WAKIIlNflTON. Peb. 19 -American
trade with tho world Is endan
gered by the action of Ihe appropriation-,
committee In cutting tlio for
eign iriulo o.wtlma-k'H of the depart- '
mcnt of common e frot-i l.t.ria.ooti
to J 190,000 Secretary Alexander do.
clarrd toils 1n u formal statement.
"This !s Ihe most scilous blow
ever ulnie, from wllhlu at our for
drill trade," the secretary said. The
sum allowed Is only one-halt of tho
apprcprlatlon now ttsid.
"At till' very time when thn Kli
rnpenn and Japnircso governments
oto striving to perfect thnir traibi
promotlng mnchlnery throng-h
normously Increased appropria
tions this bill tiropyses ti; scrap tho
American lilitohlti", the most effec
tive and cmoothrst running that any
government bus over been ablo to
"Wtwn our rlv.lls hnvn nn almost
overwhelming Itrade ndvant.ign In
exch-inge rales, this bill propn-x'S to
handicap Anwrluiiii ,mnnufui.'turi.rs
hv practically wltlidrn wins; the belt),
log baud of the government. Al
most on the day when our inurchinU
marine becomm n fuel. It is virtually
(iiinoi.nced that furoign tra lo Is (tot
Ptindi for the' promotion "f fat
eust trade arc cut in half, lio lidded,
staling thut this nieims- 'a great
slaekentnK of effort" In a district
whero Japan, (Jet many ami I'.r.fclnnd
are- redoublltifr their efforts "Tho
great markets of the east will return
K thousandfold overy dollar this gov
ernmcnl siiends tJiere." bn said.
Tho effect of dlie bill, ho asmirted.
Is thn abolition of tho depai tment'n
commercial nttaches and the reduc
tion In the number tif foreign Irado
"As a. it-suit of tho cut lu appro
priations," he Hinted "ilUlrlct of
fices murt be nbollHhed In New
York, l?tislon. Chlttigo, K' Iritis,.
New Orleans San Pr.inelm-o Hna.lt In. '
Daltlmnre, PliHiidelphlu, I'lUsliiirgh.
Cli.clnna.tl, Istylon. I-oT Annlrn and
OKMULGEE FIRE LOSS HEAVY
llefllieiy Woiebiill-.e Is Di-Klmjeil;
Dam'iigo IXImatcil at ji,-,o,immi,
IK- Assoilaled I'rris Hlste Wire
OU.MCI.fi'l'P,. nkia.. Feb 19 -Pirn
doing damage eimated al
fl0,000 this afleriionn destroyed tlio
N, A. Oraham Defining company
warehouse here Three tanks of
x.noo parrels capailly, two partially
filled with gasoline and the other
containing kerosene exploded, caus
ing thn flrn lo spread to a Junk yard,
doing datnnge estimated at $1,000
and to the frHghd yards of the
Prlsro rallrond. One box oar wuh do
slroyed and . four others dauiHged.
Tho railroad rnrnpaiiv estimated the
ilumnge at $ 1 .260. The fire w.ih iie.
lloved to have been started hy two
small boys who were seen to flee
from the building shortly before th
fire was discovered N A. Orahnm,
the owner, was In Muskogeo yester
day and, had not learned of tho flrn
at n Lite hour tonight.
TI'I-SM. (Ik Is -Masimoni
SO houth winds clear.
OKIiMIOMA: Krldsr Inerraslnr: cloudi
ness, colder Sstunlsy vnieUhyJ, ranch
I-OUIKIAVAr Krldsr enrally fair; Pat
urday unsettled weather, colder In north
AltKAVSAfl Friday Inrreaslnr Oondl
ness, follosed hy ralniat nlirht or on Sat
urday, much colder Saturday
KAHT TKXAH Krldar Inereaalne rjoudl
nesa, Saturday unsetiled, mtich colder lo
WOT TFXAS Friday itenerafly fair
colder in the Panhandle Saturday us
settled much rolder
K.SS'A' fair with mild temperature
Friday, followed hf nnse.tled and mu-h
colder frtdsy nl(ht and Saturda;,
FAVOR MOVE TO
Men of Both Parties Say
Eliminate Politics in
H. 0. M'CLURE FOR IT
Only Way to Remove Parti
sanship and Let Rest Man
Win in Elections.
citizens of all political creeds
wlnmn desire to neo clean, efficient
liUHlunsa-lIko municipal government.
in Ttitsa niirpum tnelr purllsuu nl
leglnuco to lliulr political isirty have
Ktveii tliclr endonicment lo the
inoveineiit to neciiie that end liy
the amendment of tho city Hiartor
ns outlined in nn editorial in Tuea
dayn edllloti of Thn World.
II. O. McClure, president of tho
rsohool board, ilecliiren that he Is
strongly In favor of tho movement
to bring about thn iimendmoivt of
thn present charier by tlio people
of Tiilfsi nt thn earliest opportunity.
At Ilio coming elections the citi
zens should be given an onuiirtunltv
lo vote on the proposition In order
mat tlio present system or political
olenlloti! can bo removed at the
curliest opportunity, be -Raid. '
"I certainly endorse tlio plan tett
In lively proposed tu eliminate par
tisan polltlcn from clly ch-cllonsj'
Mr. McClurn said In- nn interview
yeslnrdiiy "1 hnvn strongly favored
such a phi II for yeais and I was very
glad to rea u Thn World editorial on
I'lf wii are ever to have efficient
men In our city government they
must bo chosen became of thoir fit
ness for 4lw.li fiiMilltrinu Inst nil In
iuy''ril!icr business.. It Is Dm only
basis on w'tilch good government
can bo obtained and I bollnvo that
tlio best method of gelling that re
sult l a plan similar to thn ono
proposed by Tlio World.
"Pirnt the charier must bo amend
ed lo prevent a partisan miuiltlnery
from taking control. This can only
bn done w'herr nil candidates urn ro
qulrtd to file their cundldney on
CONTlNtlW) O.V I'AOB FOlillTKB-f.
Meeting of Friends
to Labor Law Almost
Breaks Up in a Row
WASII1NOTO.V, I-Vb. 19
ChaigcM by Iteprrsenliitlve Kan-
1 tiers, lepublleiili. of IttdUna, that
I memlierM of enngrem had been
I called into "enhens" to be dictated
to by union labor on thn railroad
organization almost hrokn up nn
Informal conference ttmlghl be
tween cnngriHmen friendly to
labor ninl lahor lenders.
Mr. Hundeis wild be had received
an invitation lo attend a "caucus"
In the house office InilldliiK mid
found Instiinl "nn lowMiibly at
which labor leudors wero prepared
to or. sent their commands to tho
I charge that Iblet meeting was
called to defeat tljn nilliotnl hill,"
In- shouted, "In oritur to foist gov-s-inment
ownership upon the coun--try
Mr Siittdeis hlltnrly nrralgnod
Prteddiiit OomperH nf lite Amer
Icnn l-'ederatlon of filor, who was
sealed nearby, for having "unjusti
fiably and indiscriminately Insulted
the present congress."
Turning abirut to face thn murt--murs
of disapprobation which had
arisen nt his unexpected remark,
Mr- Sanders hhuuk a belligerent
forefinger In the nlr at thn labor
leaders us he wild:
"You oan't havo your own way
Immediately Itopreuen t a 1 1 v n
Moado, democrat, of New York,
nrosn and declared "tho man who
will say tho meeting was surrepti
tiously called Is n liar."
A dozen congressmen present,
Including Mr Sanders, Jumped to
their feel and turmoil reigned
until thn chairman bad called thn
mcetliiK to order Ileprcsoutatlvn
Menl consented to withdraw his
assertion In no far ns It might have
lieen construed to include Mr Han-dera
PRICE 5 CENTS.
THREATS TO QUIT
President Understood to
Adhere to Plan in ilia
WILL BE SENT LATER
Hcply Way Not He Dispatched
Until Saturday; Is Exam
ined by Polk.
ARGUMENTS ARE ANSWERED
Premier's Statement Reported
Ily The Associated Press,
LONDON, Feb, 13. Tt Is consid
ered morn likely tonight that the
supremo council will ngreo to tint
publication of President Wilson's
Adilntlo note nnd tho allied reply,
although whellinr horo or nt
Washington has nbt yot beon de
cided. Thn newspaper presjinn In
U'ngland, Prnnco und tho United
States for publication of tho docu
ments, tit order to suppress erron
eous repurln and rumors consid
ered harmful, was discussed In
the council today, but so far as has
been ascertained ' n definite deci
sion was not reached.
Thn council continued Its dis
cussion of tho lttisslan situation
this afternoon, hut adjourned
further consideration until tho re
turn of the Prottch pronilor, M.
WAHtllNClTON. I.Vb. 19 l'ro.l-
ilent Wllsuu today prepared and sont
to thn Htatq department u reply to
tho niiloutu premium notn on thn
Adriatic, imcsllon. Ho Is understood
to havo restated tho posltloh o( thn
American government with a degree
although thn nresldent dictated hla
communication In less than two
hours, It prtilmhly will not bo put op
the cables before tomorrow night or
Saturday. An Impression first out
wan that it might bo transmitted to
night. The original draft nn prepared by
Mr. Wilson was nent to Acting Sec
retary Polk for porsottnl study, as ho
was head of tho American mission
when IDA Adrlallo Hcltlomettt of De
cember 9 was reached at Paris with
tho consent and approval of tho pres.
Idorit mid Is thercforo thoroughly fa
miliar with all tho preliminary nego
tiations. After Mr. Polk had examined the
document und It hna been put In tho
usual diplomat'!) form, It probably
will tin returned to tho wjtlto hotiso
for final ntmrov.il before it Is dis
patched to Amlm-uidor DnvP. nt Lon
don for presentation to the premiers.
'I'lw. ..r...l,l... I,. I ' . '
ir. .-mi... -hi, in lllluerrHUUII lo
havo ndhercd to tho position .taken
In his nolo of I Pcbruary 10, In
which hn Informed the allies that If
they worn to proceed to a settlement
of the Adriatic) (iiiesllon without tho
paiticlpatlun of tho American tfov
ornnu nt a situation might bn crc.itcd
wncretiy tlio Culled States might
have to consider whether lo could
necomo n pnrtv to tho treatv of Ver-
snllle and tho rrntico.Amorlcnii
pact. Whllo conciliatory, tho pi",
tillers' reply to his original nsiln wnn
nrgiimentntlve. Mr. Wilson In hh
answer is unonrninoii lo nave met
this argument point by point and is
believed to havo again called nttene
Hon to thn principle of self-determination
and his other declarations
whloli wero accepted as his basis for
Although ft makes clear ihat tho
Amorloan government has nnl
changed tho position It took when
mo original Adriatic ugi cement w.n
made at Paris, the president's nnln
Is not legarded ns tho final chapter
In the negotiations.
The nreiiilors In tho renlv tn thn
original communication are said to
nave lert the way open for ajrree
ini'tit along the lines nrovloiislv m -
n.i.l.,1 l.t, lit,. l..,ll.l U. ,..... I .. J, i.
v. i-i- -. nj in-, . iiii-i, riL.iLi-ii, niiu Willi
tne teceipt or tho American note u
will be for them to ib-rldo whether
the ultimatum, previously sent lo
Jugo-Slavla embodying tho settlr-
WNTi-NTrM) ON I'tUK KOb'KTKb'V
7 HURT IN EXPLOSION
I,; i Hue llolcl ltullilns nt Miikkngcfl
Is Hi'tnolMicil In (ins i:plonliui
-'I'll mi S-rioii.sly Injured.
MIKO(11:k. Peb, 19 Seven
pocsotiK were injured and the Da ltun
hotel liulldltig, a Dirce-atory stritc
turn mar the Mlssourl-Oklahomi
and O'llf station, was completely de
mollslicd us a result of a gjs rxp -ion
In Hie hotel bull'liig tin if-
ikiiiii. windows ui-roi-t Hie ttr"-.
wero shatt-.-rod, and thn oa r
tlio explosion was felt 10 block'
ftwaj. The cnilre Interior if i1 s
bulldlne was lorn in plec--, rm-l rvesi
the wnlls wero craoked.
I llos snrlonely Injured wee Dob
rta Itoblnson. A. J' no'ic ts an t
Joe Acker, employes of Vrm ur e
Co.. who use I part of t fin liulliiinK
as rv storuKn room l-jur -ltltrtd wetn
cut hv broken it f .- is and Iv 'i r crt
tt debris Tl" exact ciu-o of tin
explosinii iiiikiii'w" at "'U time
Thn three men not serlo'i.iiy htm
wero dranred from the bottom if ft
')llo of cnned goods. A night work
er. who was in bed. was thrown
from his bed .silo the hnMu iy of "n
hotel Hid rr suited ' n. )-niit ii
in iw of 'iTt-r fret-i n umbl r
pir'ttlons Tw.- v ' or 1 'P"i
chr rtn i-c-jped "viuo t in.iiry
lie rxpt- 'I ' iP I '! 1
'tl. (,.t i i i i th" ' ''
I . I DC - ' . ! i . I -IK
fru (' K'lOli i tied 1 J u -Al e