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III III III III .Sif,
Resolution Will Be Offer
cd in the- House by
ROUTINE SESSION HELD
Appropriation Bills and Rati
fication Resolutions Arc
, Advanced by Solons.
SAY OPPOSITION IS GROWING
Friends Not So Jubilant; Re
publicans Will Support
OhM-AlK'MA CITV. Fob. 2L
M.ti tnr ubmla-slon of a resolution
' ... . ...ilrinniui 9 e..i
MKlnK IUH I IHl.l..l..M -I.
erl omiii suffrage amendment bo
s-jbmltltd to n stnto referendum nt
the primary clocllon Aiisiyit 3, wns
mnounced today In a concurrent
resolution prepared by anll-suffragc
leaders which N to bo Introduced In
the house of representatives tomor
v mi igc announcing tho pur
pose, of the unti-suffraglsts hum read
ii the house this afternoon.
fnicss there should be unexpected
rrfwuon of tho legislature upon
the i-orMdrrntlon of tho substitute!
Tiffrase proposal, tho houso Joint
iraolutlon for ratification will reach
'J final riding In tho nenato Friday.
In tlic house thin afternoon tho suf-f-a(r
ratification resolution was ad
unrcd 'o second reading, following
which adjournment wan tnkon until
! o'clock tomorrow innrnl'is
iljniim On Satunliiy,
The houso also panned ti concur-
Itnt resolution providing for nd-
OTrnracnt of tlic extra session at o
orlock next Saturday afternoon.
In tho renato bills Nd. 1 and 2
frovldlncr appropriations for pay-
ment of deficiencies and for cx-
pfns'i of the session, were advanced
wi second reading.. The senate voted
to advance to engrossment and mini
reading bill No. 2, appropriating
money for tho expense of tho srs
ilcm. In the scn.ito also concurrent res
olution No, J, directing tho method
it spending npprotirlatlonH for tho
Mmkoseo school for tho blind, wns
passed and signed by tlfe llcuicmfht
rovernor and sent to thn hou-e of
ripresentatlvos. . -
Floutlne bnsltirs'' occupied but
tile IJnie today In cither house or
male and thero wa.i lltllo debate,
ir.d each body adjourned until to
morrow after havlnc been In neralon
I(h rnan an hour. -
, resolution was presented In tlio
houi) bv UenrcsentatlVo I.. C Mi-
N'ahb Of Salllsaw, recommending tho
boanl nf public affairs to wlthdruw
rondmnatlou procentllucHv lor tho
Dorrlmsi of land soli III of tho capltol
rjlldinc hero Unless tlio owners
'liouM aeree for less than $3,000 an
"rf. hut after brief dlscunMon It
u dechrcd out nf order
'I'clsnimi Arc Head
lcKranis wero rend In both
iimsc and senate roncernlnc r.tlfl
rllon of thn suffrage amendment.
A-nonir thoso f.ivorliKr ratification
wt Sftiator llobert r' Owen and
l;IllnKs, Howard and leCllntock
ndllrs O AMcnnimal of Sapulpa
Telegrams opposlmr ratification
"re from XIrs. Ttufus M. Oibbs,
"ct.deii of tho Mai'Vlnnd Assocla
'''" Opnored to Woman SuffraKO,
l (I JlllUrd. president nt tho
Assocbttlnn Opposed lo Woman
"""rase ami irom tlic national vs
Wltlon Opposed to Woman Suf
to The World.
0KI.A1IDMA CITV I.'ol, "4
There Is ronslderablo speculation as
" 'ne miicomo or tho RiIffrnKo
mfndmcnr.-pliosltlon to It Is bn-
'eVed lo Itn nnpnniltht In llin linllun.
ijbere it was until today thoucITt an
irat t to put it throush. Itn
1 J MM carr
Vty were !
' '). I'm ,11
V"in mere oro confhlr.nl still Mat
trry by a Rood majority, but
got so juiiliant nvor It to
ne thn-eniercenev unnn It
qulto onother thine for this will
'fiulrc a two. thirds vote. Itepubll
Jai lot ho house ,nnd senaln held a
rent cau. as on tho iimemlment and
M thoie tn tho houso nnd all but
"e In hi. Bcnalc acrcod they would
'Me for i. Tho sam,r. clnso lineup as
m ' rill"rtd In tho senato was
l lo br intact todqy. l.onc nnd
'rfntin - debates arc"' expected on
'' me i'u ro In tho Benate, In sua-
'Ultiir; of Ppcakor Tom
ldrep JWer holibo decided to
!. .. 't' 10 ,ho Provisions ot thn
"isllt'i ion in thn IfundllnK of nutt-
't of ir-iKiatlun In special sessions.
Pwn ailve C. McNartb of Se
i wan . -snty Introduced a result!- ,
"n h" n would nuthorlr.j the boarr,
'oV 3 8,111 ,ho Rtntn P withdraw
VrT 1 Proffdlnp-i havlnc to
2 '' E" OX I'AOK TWKLVB.
New York Life
Farmer & Duran
!M I'alaco Illdg. l'lionc (SI
World's News Told
in Condensed Form
rtlCIIMO.NI V lb. 2 -Oenrrnl Vtr
wine aililrcdtrd 1 1 mi iiIihm in,i.
vrgiBf thai mi joulln h given iuiiio mill' j
OJKMSD, rl Keb !1 -Ml An(
nbitaey Mat .fuunto.l ti(ljr In trnm tun
lo 14 I'dtl in 11, .lain unnllontlirT nfl
rtiarr lit Criminal iimli.H.m l
well known a o il nd ihafilr worker,
writer led lectur.j. N
IIKAtlMONT T... t'.i, 111..11..1
Mean, a ifed an. il lii-Onlnri- 't.. in.
lnlly killed iul tlte jrioii Hern ilichlly
...j.,.vu nun, a imuis ami run f Tin-
cUru freight rln went off the tracki
near here lata lait night.
WAHlllNOTON. Keh St. Tim iv,ier.
'nee report on the hill authorlilne eipendl
turn if pprolmeiy (),ooo,000 at two
oor army campa and field i Adopted
in tha hoilie tndav without nnnnnlllnn ami
now Koo to the prcaldent,
I'llll.ADKI.l'llt l'l, o, u, ...... I
tie, nreaidrnt of 'the Prnsaylviinlt rail
road. Ill a alalptnnnl Imiav ttn..i ,r
th railroad hill i henefirUl to the rountry
DPauaA it naa Ibua henii removed from a
political dii-uvtimi that increiaej puhllc
tinreit and nt. erlAlnly.
YANKTON 5. n "l i.i n.n
Leonard W.Mid. Tnal,rlfv remiKlieA.. futo.1l.
dale for prcaldent In the Jlnrchn prl-
mariM, arriTco, ncr loilar In inako lb
firt apecch of hi roth Dakota, campaign
tonight. Before leavlnc tho atate ho will
deliver three addienaea
RTAtlSTOS. V Ph ! vi..
and on woman ro in a hoipital aa a re
Milt of hurna anil Injuries reeclred early
today In a fire vihlfh wrecker! thn Inlcrlnr
of Dcverlr hotel her and drnve STi gucta
Into the atroota In their night olothea. 'Jhc
condition of one of the men Is crltlcl.
NKW YOltK. Vch. 21 PrnlilMllnii li
day cloned tho dnora of Iho Cafe do I'arli.
Tormeriv known aa 'Ileelir'a., on. f
nroidMa)'a moHt famona teatauraota. and
resulted In the filing of an Involuntary
petition in bankruptcy againat the I'rkln,
aUo popnlnr In tha daja of John Parley
J.OXnO.V Keh 31 -The Ktening NewaH
aya mat an i:nguin iirm or motor car
agenia iiaa completeil a ileal with the
American government for virtually all the
cara used by tho American army on tho
inline, 'i no iranis'iinn, tno newKnaner at
c't;. Invaltec tetwecr. r.00,000 i,.l s.OOO,
A.VNAl'DLIH Kel). SI.-vThe house ol
delcgalca and nrtialc, bxlay voted (o fenl
delegation of aeven untl-iuffrnge memhera
nf thn legiaUlure to Weat Virginia to urge
Iho general aiaemhly of that atate lo fol
low tho couri of Maryland In rejecting tho
federal woman suffrage, amendment.
AOUA riMKTA. Mexico. IVch. 24 A
new revolt ag.ilnt thn 0irrania govern1
ment la ,set for May S, according Jo i
manifesto making It appearani-o hero to
dsy. It I signed Iho "reorganised gov
ernment of Mexican freemen," a new revo
lullonary movement which Is reported to
no bacxMi ny reux Dl.12.
CflbUMia'S, Ohio, Keb. 24. With an
nouncement of former Atlomey (lonersl A
ward O. Turner as a c&ndldalo for do!o
gale at large tn thn republican nalinnsd
convention, naming Hen. 1-onard Vood as
his flrJt ehnke, for president, a hatll be
tween .vYnator Warren (I, Harding and
fjeneral Wood for control of Oslo's deje
galoa Is looming.
WAfUlXOTO.V,' l-ch. 2 1. The supremo
court was asked late today Ui determine
whether congress has the oxcltmive power
to pass legislation for tlio enforcement
ot prohibition tn an appeal filed by Oeorgo
O, Dompsey. a MaMaehusett liquor dealer.
Tho appeal was baaed on the wording, of
the dry enforcement law ,whlch declares
the states shall bavo concurrent power to
enforce Iho dry law.
WAKIIISOTO.V. Veb 2t, Tho Mexican
governiiiont has ordered tho release of the
American Army aviators 0. I.. Usher and
M, I Wolf, held viith their planes below
the border, thn stale department was ad
vised today. Vlho order said the aviators
with their planes would be returned to the
WAWir!ffOTqN Feb. 21 Republican
and democratic rnembars of tho senate
subCHninUten investigating tho, award of
honor medals bv Secretary of thn Navy
Danlola. arn nnablo lo reach an agreement
on a report of Iho findings of tho com
niltleo, lino memner or tno commiiieo 01
flva today predicted tho presentation of a
minority" and maorlty report,
DEKVr.IC Teb. 21. Two aro dead, one
eerjously Injured, rail traffic Is tied up
anil much property damago Is reported from
varlona points on tho Denver and Ulo
(Irande railroad today as n reault of snow
slides rained by heavy rains and . high
temperatures. Aimers tn local officers of
Iho railroad report 30 dl!ferM slides In a
dlstanro of (10 miles between fftnshona and
NKW YOKK Teh. 24. Mr. and Mrs.
Phillip Hunlrr of West Now York, N. J.,
u.tit lo a ihlalr last night and all th roil ch
the perforniance wondered who had sent
them tickets marked "complimentary "
W'nen thev returned homo thoy discovered
that thn silverware. Mrs. Hunter's Jswelry
ami other aluables wero missing. They
abo found a nolo which reil "Now
you know who sent tho tickets "
Booze Warrants Are Re fused;
Tyy for Peaceable Settlement
JltON niVICIt. MK-h.r Feb. 24. -Major
A. i V. Dalrympln. prohibi
tion enforcement otflcer. and liyx
n-,IHants arrived from Chlisatfb
tonight to eleiir up ullesed Wola
tlons of the prohibition law. but.
took, no tin media to action. Thero
was no "excitement. Local officers
did not meet the federal officials,
who went lo a hotel whllo a crowd i
of curious citizens quietly
looked on. ,
(IltAD IIAPII, Mich.. Feb. .21.
A flaw In thoVomplnlnts caused rti
fusal of warninls for the,frrest of
Iran county officers, M'r" U.
Walker, district attorney, said. to.
! MAIIOIHTTK.' Mich., Fe.
I District Attorney Walker at firand
Itn phis today refused to Issue wurt
'rants for the' arrest of tho Iron
county 'officers charged wjth ob.
Istnictlng ouforcemunt of tlio prohl
I fdtlon law.
1 Major A. V. Dalrymplo, head of
I the prohibition forces In the central
dlUslon, ordered the nrniei invasion
of the iplnllig diatnci io nrncei anil
.announced ho. would bring out tho
men ho wuiiIh without wnrrunts. lie,
i indicated he probably would take
prisoners (llrect In Judge Sessions at
Law Enforcement First
' Plank Agreed Upon
KEYNOTE IS SOUNDED
Duncan Says City Be
Given Clean Rule1, Says
City Wide Open.
MUNICIPAL FIGHT PLANNED
Election of Entire City Ticket
Is Goal; Committee Holds
UnanlmoiM adoptlfin ot a platform
on which tho republicans nf tho city
Mvlll conduct tholr right for tho elec
tion or 11 complete republican mu
nicipal ticket In tho comlnir elections
was tho business ot tho nicotine ofj
iiiu rriiuuiiuaii uuuiuiiuen nieinuiTH
from U10 various precincts of the
city which was hold lnt tho court
hotiso lust nleht. s
Kollowlne aro tho main planks of
tho platform on which the republi
cans hope to win the election, and
to which all candidates must sub
scribe who wish the support of tho
republican city committee:
1-uvv enforcement, rigid nnd un
compromising, rlddlnc tho city ot
eambllne Joints, bootleeclne dives
and other places of vlco. and espe
cially directed against nutouiobllo
Application of tho merit sjslcm
in tho pollen department nnd all
other departments of tho city gov
ernment. Honest nnd wise, expenditure nf
funds for tho securing ot pui
' water for Tuls'a, under tho super
vision of an advisory board of
seven membera -.elected by tho
civic clubs, and wclfaro organiza
tions of tho city.
l'fflclent Inspection nnd correc
tion of sanitary conditions.
1'nforcemcnt of .franchises held
by all public servlen corporations.
Increased salaries for teachers
and niletiuato school buildings.
Clean, honest, efficient city gov
ernment with etiiinl rights to nil
classes and special privileges to
"Wo will give Tulsa two years of
clean government for onco In her
Ufo nnd see how nho likes It," de
clared Frank K. Duncan, chairman
of the city committee. "It la a shame
nnd a disgrace thut It can bo said
that at present thero aro 27 open
gambling houses In tho city of Tulsa,1
und that In regards to bootlegging
and all other forms of vlco that tho
city Js now wide ppen,"
Itepubllcans' claims ns to the
number of Democrats ready to ac
cept tho republican retervatlons still
stood at 22 today, with a doinn nioro
needed to Insure ratification, Tho
administration leaders continued to
Insist that 'the figure was exagger
ated, hut they said they liad made no
recent canvas of the situation niyl
declined to give, any estimate of the
numberthat might go over on u rat
ification roll call.
'Tho republicans of Tuha. and 1
believe all other honest voters of
tho city-want to sco a man Sleeted
to tho position of mayor who wlil
ca tc U10 man whom ho appoints
a- illslet of police, 'If thero Is nn
opivp gambling houso utill in opera
tion 4S liQurs after you tnko your
office, I want your; resignation.'
That in tho klmt of government the
eltjg.enri of Tulsa want and and 1
know tho republican party can glvo
it to them." ,
1 Discussing tho water problem
CONTINUKP. ON PAOR TWKIA'K,
7 ' T r
ltullroadcr 1'imnil ('ullty.
OKLAHOMA CITV, Keb. 24. H.
M. Halley was. found guilty of con
spiring to commit theft from tho
Wichita Kails and Northwestern rail
road whllo under federal control by
a jury in federal court hero this
morning after helng out slnca Mon
day afternoon. I C. Chaso, tried
wth Halley on tho Joint charge, was
IKON HI Hit, Mich.. Feb. 21 -Martin's.
McDonough,' site's attor
Xiey for Iron -filuuty. today an
nounced he had received a telegram
from Attorney tleneral I'm Inter, re
gretting that a "misunderstanding
had arlserr" over the enforcement of
prohibition laws and expressing the.
hope that tho difficulties w,ould be
Mr. McDonough was ml vised by
the attorney general to get in touch
with District Attorney Walker at
Orand Ilaplds In nn effort to scttlo
III" matter. District Attorney AS'dlker
telegraphed to Major A. V. D.tl
rymple, head of the prohibition
forces In the coiitral stntes, asking
for a coufrenco at which .McDon
ough cduld bo present nnd effort
nindo to-settle tho case, amicably.
Itegldrnts of Iron river tonight
were peacefully awaiting tho arrival
of tho federal officers, led by Major
Dalrvmn e. who had announced
their Intention to bring nut without
warrants tho six county officials
charged with obstructing enforce
ment of tho prohibition laws,
Ilolh II. It. IlatcliT I nltcd Slaon
cnmmixsloner at Marquette, nnd Dis
trict Attorney Waker at Oram! Ilnp
Ids today refused vlo lssuo tho warrants
Phillips Is Named
New U. S. Minister
to The Netherlands
11 r ' a m bps 'j . , 1
WASHI.VOTON, Fib. 2. William
I'liilllr-s of MiisMicbuvodts. now, as-
hlstunt seiretarv of state, was nonil-
iiuteil Indus by l'reslil.-nt . Ilson to
be minister to The Norhfi lands and
The pr'id"'.t also sent tn tho sen
ale the nominations ot throe tegular
army offlcerj to In' nvmbors of the
Mltslpi-I rlfi-r rommlssion. t'ol.
CharlCH I I'otter, corps of toimnocrs,
to he prenlden'. and JiP-ut I'ols llor-bc-rt
1'eukyne and Il.U'iv Iturgv-
SENT TO LONDON
Polk Is Endeavoring to Se
cure Permission to Make
Wilson's Answer Is at
Last Dispatched to the
WASH INC! TON. Fob. 24. Presi
dent Wilson's reply to the entente
premier on tho Adriatic question
wts dispatched tonljrht by tho scale
dcii.lrliiiont. It 1 oncrto,l to ho. In
the lunds of A"mba.ssa.dr Davis at
Ijondon tomonow and will bo dollv
ered'as suon us It has been decoded.
Officials still declined to iUscuhs
Its conten-ts but It An known that In
hit exchanges with tho premlois the
president has made 1111 uiNMiulvowil
HotemeiU of tho Amerlean govern
111 en I'm position, especially with re
i,urd to the forming of agreements
wUhout tho participation of this
It Is uudcTStooil that In Ills latest
role tho pr.-sldont doe not return
precisely to the nrgiimirnts and de
cision announced tn the nolo of De
cember 9, which formed tho Kmis
of thn Adriatic agreement to whloh
tho United Wales' nubscribe(l aa Im
portant events In Flume slnco that
timo nro stild lo have neoe.ssltnleil:
modifications to meet tho changed
Ilowetor, tlio president is said to
have refuted tntagreo to tho terns
of settlement went by thi premiers to
.lugo-Kiavia ni an ultimatum.
A'rtlnc Secretary l'olk Is endeavor
Ing 4u urrangu for tho simultaneous
P'jlillcatlou or uiv corn'sponuonce on
lioth Hides of tho Atlantic. It Is be
lieved now that the nutrn will bd
made public In Washington soon
Utter tho president's reply Is oeliV'
ercd at London or Paris
CRANE GOES TO CHINA
Chicago' Man Meetel by Wll-on to
Take l'int "I Ambassador to hue
cced l)r. Paul ItclliM'h.
WAKIIIVdTON. Feb. ? -Charles
11. Crnnrt of Chicago Is understood to
hne been selected bv I'nwldent w l
son nn minister to China to succeed
Dr. Paul Helnsch, who recently ro
Mr- C'mne ynn ppolnlnd minister
to Chlnn by President' Taft In 180'J
hut wllllo-eii route to that country
some objection was inlweu to suite
menlB mafle by Iilm regarding
Chlnesn exclusion laws and he was
recalled lo Wiishlngtou- Moon aft
erwnrds his resignation waH uc
ceplrd bv president Taft.
Mr. Crane's son, ltlchard Crane
Is now American niubassador t to
During President Wilson's first
campaign, Mr. Crane was vlco clmlr
innn of tho democratic flnunru corn
mlttee. loiter hi' degllned thn post
of ambasiSidur to ltussla. Ilo was
a uvembrr of the special diplomatic
commission to itussut m iu anu
treasurer or inn American cnmmii
teo for Armonlan and Syrian relief.
Mr. Crane won horn I Chicago 62
From German Cabinet
nnilLIN. Fob. 24. Manilas llrz
berger, mtnltor of finance, resigned
from tho cabinet' today. Ills reslg
nation' Is fcald to havo been due to
testimony adduced In iho libel suit
brought by hint against Dr Kurl
ilrlferlch, former minister ot the
MOVE FOR EARLY
PACT VOIE MADE1
1 Lodge to Ask Consider-!
I ation Until Treaty Is j
Disposed Of. !
CAUCUS CALL VETOED
Ililchcocj." Says Call for a
Democratic Session Now
FINAL COUNT WITHIN WEEK
Hope- Held Out That'll May
Come Not Later Than 10
'Days; Foes Oppose. N
WASHINGTON, Poll. 2I.--Plutis
to hasten a final decision on the
peace tieuty were made by senato
republicans today while the admin
istration leaders were Liking coun
sel among their divided colleagues as
to what Hliould bo the final demo
cratic stumi on ratification.
The republlc.iii determination to
bring tho nticHtiun lo a conclusion
was announced by Senator Lodge,
who said that whllo today and to
morrow had been allotted lo consid
eration of pressing legislation, he
would call up tho treaty ngnln
Thursday nnd would ask that It to-
mnln tho business nf tho somite until
MeTinilme tho democratic leader,
Konalor Hitchcock, vvitood for tho
present tho proposal for a party
caucus, sponsor-!! by democratic
senators who want to end the long
controversy by Inking lli republican
reservations us they stand. Senator
Hitchcock wild that to call a caucus
would be Inadvisable.
In some quarters It was predicted
that under tho program outlined by
fonntnr Iodgo the treaty could be
brought to a ratification vote within
n week or lu dnys. Thn Irreconcil
able opponents of intlfrcatlon aro
expected, however, to Insist that
there be no hasty action,, unci no nut
could predict how much time they
might consume In debate.
MAY NAME POLK TODAY
Aiinountx'im'iit of Linning' Sucivm.
or is HviKVfrd 'I'oda) Tnlk of
St-sTfUiry linker Also llciiril.
WAfilllNOTON. Fob. 21.---l'rosl-
dent Wilson Is expected lo aunnunrn
tomorrow his selection of a successor
to Robert Umslng as secretary of
state. . '
White houso officials tonight re
fused In discuss .the question of
whom tho president hart agreed
Tho nnmn or frnnK u row, sec
retary ad Interim, nlnco tho reslgna
tinn of Mr. Iiftslng 10 days ago
after n tllsagremnent with the presi
dent over tho calling or cabinet
meetings nnd previously under sec
retory of state; cnntlnuen to lie men
tioned most prominently for Iho
portfolio. Little surprise would bo
evidenced In unofficial circles It Mr.
Polk wero HAlectod. .
Speculation an to thn possibility of
Mr. Polk's sclecllon takes cognlKinco
of tho fact that ho tiiiderstnnds
thoroughly tho Adriatic question- the
most pressing matter now engaging
the attention of tho statn depart
ment. Also tho appointment nf tho
under secretary ni secretary would
tin In lino with tho policy followed
when Mr- Iinslng, then holding an
office corresponding tn that occupied
by Mr. Polk, was made secroiary
after William .1, llryan resigned.
Possibility of tho trnhsfer of New
ton D. linker from the war depart
ment to tho state department also
continued tn be discussed today,
along with probabilities that Mr
Wilson might go outside his official
family to choose a new secretary
LABOR CALL IS SENT
All ' I'vntnil HodlcH Arc Ai-l.i-il !
Name Committee lo Hellp Defeat
Fiiciulcs nml Kind Frlciidt.
WAHHInctON, beb 24 Central
labor unions over tls country wen-requi-sted
today, by the American
Federation of Iuij-'s pollHeul cum
palgiivronimlttco to meet ,M nr h 22
to select local committees! of five to
conduct In tlielr comniuirltles labor's
uimp.ilgil "to cleft Its friends und
defeat Its entniles."
"Iilior must make this enmpalgn
momorable," mid the rcquoM '.'It
must strlllu Hs every fiber to achieve
success, your orBunUatlon, has . a
pluce In the ranks, It tins a rnspon
Hlbltlty to meet which must be met.
In order thut there may bp natton
wldn action at the earliest niouieiit,
labor's national non-partisan cam
paign coninjlltco requoKls that overy
central lidy call a meeting u 'bo
held March 2$, 19 20, at which a
committee of five or your able and
d,ovoted members should be ap
pointed. "Your committee will munngo-the
local nun-partlKin political Aim
palgn In your district in noeord with
tho national committee."
Miimiiis to llulld Temple.
KHAWNKi:, Feb. 21.-A deal was
closed hern tonlKlil whereby the four
Masonic bodies of Hhawiiuo become
possessors of one lot at Iho comer
ftf Ninth and Unit streets, one ot the
city's choicest lots, and a new four
story lomplo will bo erected thereon
The Masonic building will bo-ini
mvdlately across tho street from the
new federal building.
i i'....i aalr.ua-"ii..ni furiiHi aalliaaas sw ' " i aw itl IB i r i iaMaTaVarH-aW3rrTaW,'i'''L- '" 'SS1tllPKXtUtfUMUiaitUlttl
Each Side Is Planning Legal VETO OF RAILROAD
Ml and Mis A I.. Mooreheiul.
540 Notih Dciimm teiurned in
Tu I ml lam night by automobile
front I'offevxllle fter having
token Mm, Uturii livw anil Jack
mm llnrnetl, mlllioiinlio tndlun
wind of Iho government, lo their
wedding there on Kundiiy.
"It's all a pack ot Ilea," Moote
hoad declared emphatically, tel
ferring to Insinuations hm to tho
olmructor of Mrs. Harnett, tlie
two-duy bride of the wealthy In
dian. "Wo Intend to go lo Wash
ington at once to Itmtltulo pro
ccntUnsm for the annulment of
the oontml over Ilarnott Ihroilgli
the Indian office,"
"Were It not for Cnlo Hells,
Carl O lloniot and a banker nt
,Honrycttn, thero would b no
trouble over this mutter.'' i
Harnett nml h!n bride planned
to leave Inst ivlght for Honrvetta
by trnln. Moorehead sold. He as
serted! that tho Indian commltt
Nlouem "would not let their dog
sleep lu the houso whom Harnett
Is forced to stay In lleuryntta."
Ilo added that tho alleged false
reports sent out by Harnett's
guardian Hint II. inn-It lived In ft
'innnHlon,' were ridiculously false.
MFHKOtlKi:. Okla. Feb. 24. -A
oorritqiondnnt of the Musko
gee Phoenix knocked tit the door
of Iho room occupied by. Mr, und'
Mrs. Jackson Harnett In n Cof
feyvllle, Kan., hotel nt midnight
tnritght and a woman who said
she was Mm. llnrnetl answered
his knock. ,Hho declined, how
ever, to sen tho reporter untllN
OOPPHV VILLM, Kan.. Feb, 21.
Carl J. 0l!nrnot of llenryelta,
Okla., guardian of .lucksmi Bur
nett, reputed lo Ini Oklahoma's
wcaitlilcttt Indian who vmih mar
ried to Mrs. Anna Ijiuni Ixiwe
'born yestenlay arrlveil lu Cof
O'ltornet nnnouneed upon his
nrrlval that plans will be made for
taking the Indian, who Is a ward
of the government, buck lo Okla
homa ALLIES DECLINE "
TO MEET SOVIET
Russia Must First End
tho Horrors Under
SUPREME COUNCIL ACT
Decision Is Kcaehcd Not to
Open Diplomatic ltclation
With Moscow Now.
LONDON, Feb. 24. The allies
will decline to deal Willi soviet ltus
sla "until they have arrived at Die
conviction that the holsehvlsts'
horrors have come to nn end," It
wiw announced after .1 meeting of
tho allied Miipteme council tnday.
The' declijlon of Iho supremo coun
cil precludes relations between Iho
allied governments and the Moscow
administration In the Immodluto fu
ture. Tho council expressed pleasure
that tho International labor bureau
mid decided to send a delegation to
ltussla to study conditions, but stated
Hint supervision of tho delegation
(ill 0 11 1 il. under the council of the
league of nations, give Iho Investiga
tors greater authority.
Tho council. It was stated, -decided)
that the allies could not accept the
responsibility of advising tho border
states to continue wnr against the
tMilithovlkl, which course by such
states might he Injurious to Ihelr
Intetests. If tho holshevlkl attack
within the territory ot the border
states, however, the allies promise
"overy possible support "
Pershing Is Accused
of 'Aping' Fashions
of Europe in Dress
WAfilllNi.iT'iN, Feb. 21. Cut
of Oeneral Pershing's coat und
trouHMn was delwled today in the
litnn-. lie and other American
army officers were ohsirged hy
l:ept'erenlalivo Connally, demo
crat, of Textis, with having "uped"
Lurupean fashions lu tholr unl
'Ioiiim and In earning cunMi
"(ienoral Pwrsdilng's co.tt is spilt
up the back and his trousers
tugged! line th Kngllsh uniform,"
Mild .Mi. Coimall)
"lly kept his Amerlca.il hxul."
Itopiesoutativc Wlngu. ileiuorr.it.
if Arkansas. Inli-i Jected. "but I too
noticed Hm his tall was very Ung
1111." Dei'lnrmg tho adoption of for
eign fHtrhlons, Jlopr-cyputiitlvo Con
nally moved lo ulmllali Iho tills of
under secretaiy of state and subs-tl-tule
the lormer title of councillor,
In thGexeuiitlve appolntmMit bill,
but thn motion was dofeotod ;)3
During the dlm-usslon Iti-pie-Kiiln-tlvii
lireeiie, rep-ibllcan of
MaAs.ichusetts, referred to former
Socrol.iry Lanslurf's retirement
Iioin tho cabinet.
"Wliut's in a nanu'?" Mr. llroone
nsked. A srr n-t.iry of statu by any
other' name would have it row with
M lien the republleon cheched,
lli'liresematii'' Comiallj brougm i
unl H,itvo from 'ho democrats by
rctor ing that the republtc-ins up
pliiudetl Internul difficulties.
Oil the iillii r hand, Harold M
fiiilgan, ultorni) for (be wmtn
who mairleil Hiruelt, announced
that be was pn-pun-d to linstiinle
habeas corpus proceedings to pre
vent the return of the Indian
MHHKOi.Hll, okla, l-VI. 21. -Carl
.1. 'Vllmnett nf tfenrynltn.
trnnrtllau of ,lai knnn llHrnett, ar-
rived lu f'offcyvlllo tonight and
laid plans to annul the mitrrtogo
of thcWOHlthy In. linn to Mrs.
Ijiura lowe, there yturterday.
"The woman who claim lo he
Durnelt's wife, lit the vutine woman
who attempted to kidnap him
three wwkit nro," O'lloruelt wild.
"I will exert every legal right
to tnko my ward tank to Okla
homa.'' It whs smIiI tonight that thn fed
ora I bureau of Investigation had
tuislgned men lo look up the rec
ord of Mm. I-ft'ini I'm" Harnett
mid A. L. Moorehead and wife nf
Tulsa, whi) are said to have dr. vim
Harnett and Mrs. I,owo to Coffey
vllle, "1 tovn JsokMon rtwirly and I
mil Just us legally his wife as any
woman Is Iho wife of any man,"
Mrs. Ilarnott said as the agent
piepnred lo lake (he couple back
"Jackson s not nn Incompe
tent," eli,. said, "ami I intend to
fight fm- my rlghls,"
The bride added that she had
known Harnett "a- lung llino."
Mn met t whh nsli,iul Jf ho roc4uro
cnled" his nffi- tiilii for his 'wile.
"You do, don't Jim, Junk?" tho
wife InteriHised, nnd Harnett re
piled "uli, lib." ,
Mr. nml Mrs, A. U Moorohend
of Tulsa, who witnessed Ibu
cereiu,on, Iml eomplutely dlsii-p-peareil
from Coffeyvlllo tmluy.
The legal innchlnery lic'eshviry
to annul tho marrlngn was put
In operation by Indian ngoury of
flcliUs-hero today, Suportlileudetit
(labo U PnrJ(er deulari-il that the
agency had fnttnd a precedent ot
ii bl in i In r uise In Okmulgee
FRAME ARMY BILL
WITH NO TRAINING
House Republicans Decide
lo Omit Plan at Tins
GOES TO CONVENTION
Leaders Await Action by tho
Delegates Chicago to
Take Party Stand.
WASHINGTON. Feb. 24. --fiil-
t'ersal training will bo omitted from
tho house tinny i.'iirganU.iUon bill
und tho subject ot sepatato legisla
tion at Iho next cession or congress,
beginning In I 'ecorubox. That was
agreed upon tonight by republican
leaders and halrtnuu halm of the
Jhuii-o military committee, after two
days of informal conferences.
Thu iigreMiiont Is looked upon as
eliminating any ponslMMty of repub
lican luaviu 1u the house whlcli
might bo Interpreted ns a stand' on
unlvemil irulnlng In tho oonilng
Irretddenttal yampalgti and will leave
tho party's attlluiNl a possible sub
ject for cotislderutlon in framing tho
platform nt the national couvontlon.
Alombers of tho republican legis
lative steering wmwnlttco, including
KepreMinlatlVo Mondell and Hneaher
Olllelt, wero understood to have
largely based their ubjectlens lo
action at this session on the political
aspects, It being tholr rei-oimuenda
lion tbat consideration bo deferred
until after the convention.
Hnder the agreement. Chairman
Kiihn will uppolnt a special subcom-
mltteo friendly to universal train
ing lo draft Iho .Irulnlng bill. The
measure, howeeer, will not be pre
sented until after n thorough In
vcatllipitiDii of the cos i, economic and
Industrial effects of 'ailing thou
sands of youths away from produc
tive activities, and kindred questions.
After such Inquiry, the nKri-einellt
provides the bill as separate legis
lation will be assured prompt bouse
consideration and not be subjected
to slow dentil by remaining on the
Cut in Lumber Prices
Is Made in Northwest
KPOKANII, Wash, Feb. 21.- As a
measure looking toward stabiliza
tion of the lumber market, price re
ductions which It w.'iu declsrsd
would' amount to 10 to 30 per cent
under present prices, were ttn
nouticsd today by tho Woyerhiuser
Mule company, distributing agency
for 11 lumber mills eonfi oiled by the
Weyerhauser interests Tim reduced
prices, it wis declared, would re
main effective at least uni.l Juno 1.
TUI.HA, Okla Mailmtini, 55; minimum,
28; north winds; eloar.
OKLAHOMA: Wrdnesdsy and Thii(sdsy
fair, little change in temperature.
I,0IUHIX AND AHKANts'Af.' Wednw
day n, Thursday fair, lllrV changa In
Ht-T TKX AS . Wednesday fair, cooler
on weal coast; Tbueedny fair.
WKfl' TKXVS- Wflnrsilay fair, eoolar
tn -otii h iw.riio'i iniiriiaA ran-
KANSAH Mom '. "J' Wrdnciil snd
Thurfcda no1- ru hi n g' .o inj-f ra
rrayer Meeting Toobtht.
Workers to Submit a Me
morial to President
REFERRED TO PALMER
Measure Goes to Attorney
General for Opinion on
WAGE DEMANDS WILL WAIT
Action on Legislation First
to He Sought; Battle in
the Courts Talked.
WAHIIINOTON, Feb, 21. IUII-
voad labor decided tonight to ask
President Wllsotl to veUi tlio rail
In a memorial lo lie miirmlltrvn
probably Into tomorrow, Iho repre-
sentatlvi-n of tho 2,000,000 union
workers will request the proittdunt lo
withhold his slgnaturo from tlio
measure until they can prosont a
br ef ot the r reasons wny it anoiiiu
not have executive approval. An
trouncimonl of tho union decision
was made by H. M. Jowoll, acting
mosldent ot the railway employes'
ilepiirtmetit, AmerlcAti Folerntlon of
Uilior, Who Willi 15, J- -Manion
president ot the Order of Ilallroad
Telegniphers. and Timothy Hllin.
acting prestdeut or the Ilrothnrhood
of IicnmiUlvo Flromon and Knglne
men, will draft the oomniunlciitlon
Palmer l-uamnu'S inn.
Knowledge of tho president's t
ten Hon to have Attorney vlloneral
Palmer passion tho vnlldlly of th
nleasuro did not deter the union
leudcis from tholr determined courso
Tho next step In nio "won pro
gram. If Iho iilll is npprovco, is io
test tho constitutionality ot mo law.
Various motllos ot bringing that
aUiut wero HtiggoHlod, but all will
bn held lu abeyiineo pending tho
pri'sidonl's ivctlon. Declnlon ot the
union officials to present their views
to Mr. Wlliion wan reochod Hildden
ly. Thero had been Insistent clamor
Ing for such action by many of the
local committeemen, called lo ills
cuss tho president's wngo snltle
ment proposal. The oolllflo was not
decided on, however, It was said,
until it appealed no other plan
would bo generally accepted by the
rank nnd file.
labor provisions ot tlio bill ad
mittedly .will bo thu most bitterly
assailed by tho unions, but thoiplau
ulso contemplates nttnclf on 1 the
flmijiclnl lu'ctloiiH, which labor holds
lu ho "unfair to tho taxpayers und
a burden on tho government." The
dividend provision of the law also
will come In for condemnation, It
Wugo Question Wnlts.
v As (t result of tho dcolulon to ask
for presidential veto tho considera
tion of tho proposal for sottlomont
of tho controversy, submitted by the
president und Director General
lllnes, will be largely perfunctorv
at tomorrow's ppetlng ot tho labor
roprosontatlveti. Many ot tho dele
gatus plannod tonight ti leave
CHICAOO, Feb. SI, In a state
ment mulled today to members ot
congress, P, Fv Hlehnrdsoni president
of thn American Foderatloiv of Hall
road Workors, an Independent or
ganization with headquarters In
Chicago, mado a series of charges
ngaln-lt officers of tho United Htnles
railroad uimlnIs(rntIon., Intimating
that there was it conspiracy between
the officer of the Amerlcail Fed
oration of Labor and railroad admin
Islrdlloii officials, Including Direc
tor Oeneral 11 lues.
CHILD TO LEAVE PRISON
Tvin-Yior-Ohl Url Horn In Pciiljcn.
I In r to Irf-ati' Willi Parents,
M'ALUKTHH. (Jkia . Feb. 24. -Thelimi
May Clark. 2 jears old, lo
day loft the woman's ward of Wie
teute penitentiary, tho only home
sho over knew. She was freed
when her paru','4, Mr. and
Jews) Clark, were released from ten
Imco of four years for killing a
doctor over u matter Involving -Mrs
Mrs Clark's senleitce would have
kept her prisoner until March 8.
but Onveruor Itobertson ordered
her leleused earlier Hi order Ilia'
the family might leave prison to
gether. The parents are going tn
Hi-Hi. tn, Mo.. whei;i five othor
children have been kvpt by rela
tives. The little ohlld which was born
In the penitentiary a. few months
utter Its mother hud hern niidn it
pilsoner, was ahowerr.l with gifts
bv InmalOM of the woman's wanl
wlien alie was ready to lea.
the adierlledr in the.-e c luni'i- ure
urged to allow The World Want A1'
taker lo Index tholr ads orrerttv
The Indexed auls otn carefully ar
ranged In ihefr proper A-H-C order
III the clutwifled columns.
Thn World thus alms to nerve vo j
and lis thousands of . 'her r -.'liters
by turning out the I- h' po-sm e
catalog of the wants mil tbi off-is
of Tulsa people every d..y
Tike ,i look it the iudrxr i ads in
- . .,-.! that lutr 't you
i, , . ic-i i or c-.ill O t, 6000
Hid lUirilt kcr.