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VOL. XIV, NO.J52.
TULSA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY (5, 1920.
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Kesolu'ion Has Smooth
Sailing in First Legis
WILSON URGES ACTION
President Sends Telegrams to
Both Kguserf Asking for
MONEY BILLS ARE PASSED
Senate Votes Appropriations
and Receives Joint Reso
lution on Suffrage.
WASHINGTON, Fob. 23. Pres
ident W'llwn today appealed to
th lcglsaturo of Uio mate of
OKlativuiu to ratify tho fcderul
In :m Identical Integrant wnt
to both houses of Uio legislature
and iho lieutenant Kovotnor, the
M.iv I not take tho liberty of
tMnvmltij; my earnest hope tlnu
OkUlioma will Join tli" oilier
tdfrjire mates In ratifying tim
federal suffrogo amendment,
thu"! demonstrating anew us
Kn'c of Justice and retilnlng iU
pUcc as a leader la democrat y."
tf Associated I'resa Stabs Wire.
OKLAHOMA CITY,. Foil, 23.
I'wgu of tho Joint resolution ratl
()(:? tlio federal voinatiiUffr.'iK"
constitutional amendment with
emergency clauso attached came nt
S o clock this afternoon in tho
titu.v nf leprojenttulvi.'v after near
1) Mx hours of delA,U oil tho qtl.;
ucn Tho vote on tho emenienoy
clauee Liken separately, was 78to
H, with 12 not voting, and on the
resolution itself, without the clause,
H to 12. rt-ilh night not votlnir.
Tom C. Waldrep. Fpenke- of tho
houw, signed thu resolution at 5.10
o'clock this afternoon and sent It at
ence to tho senate, which had waited
for It the grcntor part of. -tho .if'.or
noon. It wan rend for thu first lime
In tho ucnatp before that body re
cessed for the day.
Those vpljiig in opposition la the
iMolutlon, as brotigliit up without
the emergency clause, wore: Hcpie-ifntatli-cH
Harry, Cheatham, Cruw
ford, Fitzgerald ot Kiowa coun'ty,
Gill, Johnson, Konton, J1 orris. New
nun, .Parkinson, I'ryor nnd SmU.li of
HrjHi county. Those absent wore
lie preventatives Duffy, Olb-on,
i.bsro, Stevenson, TJcer, Trimble
and AVoodwnrd mid Henry. Tho last
named, although numlwrcd in the
t'dal elected membership of 104, has
resigned from the houso.
Members Hvho pTuu I as ihclr
nures wcro 'called by tho reading
ilerk but who voted later in favor
o! Ihn resolution, Iticlmlo Represent
atives Uroadhent. Kls'bt. Stokes nnd
"alden, Ilcpresontatlvo O'Noill
loled flrnt In opposition to tho icso
liitlon, but dianw.l hlH vote befuio
V flntil count w.i.s anno'Jiii'ed.
i Anti ratification forces differed u
Kftit In the fii-Bt s.'cli'inis'h In tho
J'.H9o wIh-ii AV. Jj. Cheatham of
resoluUon calllnK for 'ratification t
.iiu muerai woman Huiiraijo anientw
JiieM a resolution ref-jrrlns the
Q'lMllon for populur voto in tho Au
Slt primaries. Hepreanntatlw
der by AV. T, An,jlin. preBldliis a
elulrnian of Uin cominltteo of tho
"ole When Chairman Anslin's de.
"-ion waa appealed lo tlio iioiiso a
'undlnR volo without a roll call
CO.Vn.NTfiD ON J'AOB TIlltKB.
Mu&kogcc VotcH Citu
Munagcr Form of Rule
Ml'SKOOHK, SUa., Keb. 25.--MusKogeo
by a vto Of 2,301 to 1,0 i i
today went on record for a clly mfin
?er form of Kovernment. Th clec-
I On n-fii Kl.tn.l.. ..-,... n. H
- .... . u,i.,,-,iy i:ijiii'ni,-u, MU cull
ai labor union havlnff condemned
proposed charter amendment oh
mcrtcan." I-:itctJon offWIals
' Hirer eat bldo proclnctH refused
'make publlo tho twturns and men
0 both fuctloim Mood Kuard over
uauui iioxex until tno resuiiH
,fre announced by tho county cloc
' on inspector
77 ifWKATHER v
j,Tl"r's ol'' -MImiim, 47j ailnlmnm,
.pI.AiOMA Thurndar flr. little
lempfralure; Kridar fair. Iovrly
JL'i;IAN Thnrhdsy and rridr fair.
,',e8S- TfNrtday fair, continued
Friday fair tlowly rlatnc toraneraiuro
. . 'lKXA8' Thuraday and Friday fn
nialf ir unttlM In catrmn
lMfc . "'""'I riling iDiuuriiiuiu
I rorltoii M.I.
Wist TKXAtf! Thtr.day l.ir, Utile
'U5'i "mlerlnfe' l'rlday fair, alowly
if iv Vr.,r 'luro 1" norm portion.
New York Life
Farmer & Duran
Nl'lX'IAfi A (II 3. NTS
50; I'alaco nidB. VU(mo m
Hoover Not Pre-War Democrat;
Stays Outof Georgia Primaries
ATLANTA, da., lVb. 23. Her
bert Hoover In a telegram to tho
Klnie deiiiocintli- execilhe coin
Inline today Hiudlhe did not feel
'that Buy teal public ncrilee will
be performed by injecting" hlm
Mlf in the ru for thi' noinlnntion
for pienlrlenl and declined to de
clare lilniHelf a dcinocmt no thut
under Ilie -rulee In (IcoikIa ho
tnlKht appivir km a unndldatn In
the preferential primary April 20.
"I wum not identified UiW.Jhe
democratic party before the wur."
Hoover mid, ",) ,y official con
nection with the government Iihh
been Holely a war ervlc and con
Kcctuently pot of a partlHiii ohitr
.Mti't lib DcmoiTiit."
Mr lloovpr'H cinUldacy w'nn
hroiiKlit forward through a peti
tion alened by more than tho 10
(liilred lno white democrnU who
nuked the democratic exeoutlvo
coiiimlttcc to place hi name. In tho
primary. The committee, Ji.ul
ruled that a man muht bo a dem
ocrat, to run in the primary mid,,
M .Mr- Hoover hail not declurrd
liU partisan affiliation, tho com
mitter wrote HsktiiK If ho eared to
nualiry. His 'eply, a teleKram
from New York, made publlo hero
"I feel confident that It Is not
necemary to dwell nt lcnitth upon
my gratitude to jmi for tho honor
Implied in j our letter of February
"I enpceially nppre'ate It, slnco
I was not Identified with tho dem
World's News Told
in Condensed Form
1a1i 0i A'rtrrliiiri tar.
till!. MtoM.l on of Ihn xtr. nriidor,L ! -J
nriiiiu'jr in -- - - 1
WASHINGTON, Keb a'. --AH plana for)
the teturn of the r.ulruadu u thlr nri-
vji onui'M hao been foinjiietcd by ihn
ruilroad nUminUtratinii. It waa tuted today.
Director (fenernt Hln h.i, Intlrtirttl r.
Elonal dlrertora that th roada will ho re l
tiimen on lonuay.
WASHINGTON. Keb. 35. Keleate of Fib
ward 11. Charette of Stoi krnn, Cal, and Dr.
Frederick I. Ilarnum of Brooklyn, niMnhera
of tho .mpricaii Hod Cio cixmnlxlon to
Mibcrla. who ret'enllv were capture! by
Ihf bulalietikl, aa reported to Hed Croaa
lil,J(luatera today from Vladlvoilok.
PHIUMJKMMUA, Keb. 23. Anllr- Wa
Mellon of I'lttiburgli tola nli-ded a
dirtetor of thi I'enniylvanlu railroad lo
aucceed the lata Henry C. I'rlck. Mr.
Mellon ia protldent of the Mellon- Natlgnal
bank of i'ittaburich nnd ii intereated in
uiauy hualucka 1 n I c r c I a In that city and
r.OVDOV n allemnt h ho'
ynado to aaiaialnatii I'rincc IteKtnt Aleian
uer oi ncriiia una rrenier ITollton, accoru
Inc to a dlfpatch frooi Trieat u the Qiornale
d'ltalla fomarded by tho Central Newa
Home corrfeapondent. Doth ihn prince recent'
and Iho premier were wuunded, the report
DOUtlhAS, Aril.. Keb. 55 Aithoujh
Ueuta. Jt. 1,. Wolf and (1. I,, faher. Ameri
can army avlatora detained at Naantarl.
fc'onora, were releaied yeatorday. fnllowlne
receipt of an order from Mexico City, thoy
arc allU In Nacoarl awaitini; the relene of
KAUSI, Ore., Kob. 25. With America
first an his campaign lorran, trtilted Slatca
Senator lliram W Johnson of California
todar filed liia declaration of candldaey for
the rcpuhle'an prtfljlcntlal nomination of
Oregon The i.enaior ia tlin flrat of tho
presidential candldatca to flit liia declara
tion IVWIUV. Keb. 25. Underaeerelary of
KtaleMoeale has been electel to mcceed
Malhiaa Kraberter wlio retimed yeaterday,
br Mlnihler of finance. .Moesie wxt appoint
ed a deputy to Eriberger on January 27.
The retirement of F.ribercer from tho cabi
net ia only temporary, declare tho Deutacho
NASIIVIl.U: Tenn. Keb. 25 A lare
brontn medal brarlnj; on one aido the ieeond
"atalo of louialana to MnJ lien, achary
Taylor," and on itlio other enumeratln?
Tajrlor'a Meiican war tlctoriea, baa been
found bere, by workmen icarlns down an
old halldinff, lifted 40 yeara aj;o by the
I'm ted Htatea dlitrict court.
TACOMV. Waali, l'eli. 25. detach
ment of Camn l.nwia tix'Kpa dcpvrtrd on
special train today for Mnnleiano, where 10
alleired I W are on trial for the murder
of Warren O (Irimin, Centralis. Anniallre
day victini. Krery man- of tbn detachment,
the site of vrhtelt offieera refused to atato,
was equipped with ball ammunition.
WASHINGTON." Keb" 25 Itlpe hllies
which hate mused many deaths recent!
from poisoning may be-ealrn with Impnnlty
within a few innntha as a result of changes
being ntsrb in preferring methods. Dr. farl
Alshertc "hief of-nhe bureau of chemistry
of thi drpsrtmant of aerlcnllure, ttatod
WAf.'IIINOTON, Keb. 25. Proslslons In
Ihe IrinslatlveT eteculire and Judicial ap
propriation hi I.I for assessments on federal
land banks and Joint stock land banka to
pay salaries and other expense of the
federal farm loan hoard were stricken from
the bill in the house today on a point of
order by Ucpre'cntaliTe .Morzan, republican,
Oklahoma, - -
CHICAGO. Teb. 25 - It. M Pum Kim,
chief af.thtS Kayusa Indians of Umatilla
county, prejon, who was en rente to Waah
Inston on business for his tribe waa found
aaphyalated in a hotel hero Lntjay. He had
blown oat the iras On a slrtne abouf hla
neck were four siMlt 4-hamols bars. In each
ba; was the dried head of a snake.
HI, 1'AHO, Teias. KoT). 2.'!. No ransom
was paid for tho release of William Welsh
Adams, Araerwn mine superintendent, kid
naped by bandlta at Zaeatecas. atnxieo
February 13. according to adsiees raeeifad
today by Alberto danderal, aetini; ronanl
general for Mrsieo at El I'aio, Adams waa
reacued by Mexican federal troops, rSiodoral
WArillNUTON, I'eb 25 Thefts of
HfHir from londed and dial tilery wari.
houiea have.increaseil auan alarming rale
slm-o the country went dry, the bouse wait
and ini-ans . ojimi-tco was told today by
rcpreaentatlseS of the federal prohibition
enforcoment bureau They appeareil in sup
port or a tun profiain; ior special ware--houtrs
for the storing under federal guard
of Ihe nation's visible supply or 28,000,000
CiHons to prevent Its transfer to channels
of outlaw trade.
' WAtnilNOTON'.lr eb. 25 If soch Is the
wlib of the nearest of kin, Die bodlea of
American soldiers otcrtess wl not be dis
lurbe1 In any wav, whoseT,? i.btHii,,
He-retary Ilaker said today In eases where
Ihe roci are burid on private ground or la
Isolated mots where the graves rannot b
given proper attention, however they will
be re interred in permanent cemeteries
ocratic party before the war nnd
my official connection with tho
trove miiiciit IH been n)lely it war
eervlce and counpfiuciuly not of n
"I have not been able to pi r-H-aade
ni)Helf at all that any rxsil
public service will bo performed
by lnjnepmr myself Into Iho race
for the'iioii.Inatloii lo the j;rcntent
honor nt the disposal of the A tner
'Tnorefore, Hilda from another
reason. I do nof Intend to fllo my
Ket'lM lllui Out.
A statement inado ovit iho tcle
photm tonlsht by .1, h. l'lynt of
(Irlffin, chHlrmnn of tho commit
tee, reiterated that none hut dem
ocrats may bo listed In the presi
dential primary. After declariiiK
lie rcKretted that Air. Hoover hail
not seen fit to tiuaUfy, "for per
sonally I ndmlro the man." Air.
l'lynt explained primary rules. In
stato olertlotiH, ho said, It ha-s for
years been customary to hold
white prlmnrltn with republicans
nnd democrats otlmr and iihldlViK
by tho result, but in presidential
contests. since rcpiibllciflis In
Oeorula volo their own national
tlckot, ho mid, it was necessary to
confine tho participants to avowed
"How absurd It would be. under
such circumstances, to open a
democratic, presidential primary aa
a free-for-all. It would bo not
only ilcmorallzlnc;, hut it would bo
tho end to party organization,"
MAY REACH VOTE
11 i ir 1 All
0011111 Oil iUOi C iUiertl-
tions; Expected Today
PREVENT LONG DEBATE
Leaders Determined Not to
Allow Consideration to Re
Over Two Weeks.
W'ASHINGTO.N, Tub. 23. Tho
peace treaty will bo called before
the sonatc njjaln tomorrow, under an
iigrcoinunt to lteep It continually run-
der consldcratloil until a vote is
reachod on ratification.
"No ono knows what will happen,"
e.iid re-publllan and democratic
ienilors allko tonlKht nsVlhey ur
Veyed tho porploxltJK possildlitles
with which tho treaty Is now con
fronted. Sonic- of tho i .ink und fllo
wu'ro moro confident In their pre
dictions, hcTvvover, various friends of
tho treaty on both uldtM of tho cham
ber declaring ratification wan cer
tain and all of its Irreconcilablu
enemies aRrecdna that ratification
Only on ono point, the lumtth ot
time likely to be oous-umcd in bilur
ititf tho renpemed treaty fiKht to a
termination, did tlvern m-ciii to he
nnythliiK liko unanimity of opinion,
It fienorally waa conceded that tho
dobato would not bo permitted to
drui; out interminably and that un
less two or threo weeks brottirht
action lxth sldw -wo-uld bo wllllnK
to faco a final test of Htretunh and
then lot tho iwuo, If undecided, fc-o
Into tho cainpulKti.
When tho treaty Is called up tho
reservation uffcutlnc article 10 and
embodying Uio most serious barrier
to aurooment will bo thd first prop,o
Hitlon to present Itself for action.
It (jencrnlly is cxpootod, hovvovor,
that It will bo put over for they pres.
ent, whllo tho senato proeeeda with
proposed compromlHo nmeiidmcnt to
other arts of tho republican iomt
Whother n "oto will bo reachod to
morrow on any of iht-so amendments
W ilMin's Nolo Is Dcllvcrcil in loiul'm
Itcply Is llici'tsl lleixj In lino
a Oourho of 'lime.
WASHINGTON. Feb. 23. Pres
cient Wilson's noto to tho entente
premiers on tho Adriatic situation
wan today beforo the council of al
lieil premiers in London. A reply to
it is exported In duo oourao.
Meantime thp question of tho time
of making public the contents of
this and tho other communications
on tho matter. Haven in all, still is
tho mibject of diplomatic ' uorre
spondnnco bctvvoen Jmdon and
WnshliiKton. It Js possible that Fri
day will be iho day agreed upon, c
FRISCO ENGINEER IS HURT
I'harliv AlcKliuinn Injured In Wrccli
.cni- OUInlimmi City.
Dy Aivsoeiatcd TrMa SUIa Wire.
OKLAHOMA CITV, Fob. 25.
Charlti Y. AtcIClttnon, cntrlnccr. was
injured, Ills ent'ine demolished and
two bart-uire couches smoshoil when
eoat-bmintrl l-VisCo iKibsenifer train
from Quanalr. Texas, ritn throuch
u Iialf-'opon Kvvituh a mllo west of
the stockyards Junction, rio.tr Ihto,
at 5: Iw o'clock rhLs aftenioon, Nclth-
cr ifrb tlrctnan nor any of tho pas
formers aro reported hurt,
Mcivlnnon was brouKht to a lios
pnat pere, vvnero examination rc
VKtlod his IrlurlfiH uru not serious.
Ho Jumped from -Mm" enIno after
sottiriK tho braken and sustained a
p-pratnetl ba-k Tho fireman re
moinud in tho. cab.
m nnn7i: rtti f
111 LrUUrLL Uril ILL
Federal Chief Orders an
Effort to He Made for
DALRYMPLE IS PEEVED
.'JUys Federal Agents Aro
Worsted in tho Kirnt Iteal
OFFICIALS GIVEN VtARNING
County Officials Threaten to
Put U. S. Men in Jail If
Arrests Arc Made.
IMIILADKMHIlA,- Feb. !;,.
Tho first setlmek In tho enfoiro
ment ot national prohibition In
this district under tho Volstoad
net, inmo toilay when Judge .1.
Whltaker Thompson, lu Iho
I'nlted hflates dlstrh-t emirt, in
fused to Krant an injunction to re
strain ;i local Haloonki'opcr TTiim
"malntaliijnir and iimdurtlni; a
public and common nuisance."
IltON UlVKIl. Mich., Feb. 2,6.
Thlrly-flvc federal nRouts and mem
bers of the Mlchtgati stato constabu
Inry who arrived hero Inst riltflit
under MnJ. A. V. D.ilrymple, prohl
bltlon commission for tho central
states, to "clean up" Iron county,
wcro en route back to their homo
stations tonight. whllH Major
Unlrympln was bound for Washing
ton to confer with Prohibition Com.
mlKsloner John Kramer. i
Major Dnlrymple, who led thu
armed expedition to .Iron Itlver In
tho heart of tho upper peninsula
Iron bolt with tho avowed purpose
or nrrestlnc county and village of
fleers on charges of conspiracy to
obstruct tho enforcement of the pro
hlbltlon law, was called off by Air.
Kiatner, and ordered to meet the
opposing stdo nnd seek a compro
mlfiii without legal action.
Tho worsting of fodoral intents In
tho first clash with Btate offlcors lu
the enforcement nf trio lxth amend
ment of tho constitution has given a
iverlous blow to tho enforcement of
tho dry law. Major Dalrymplo do
clared beforo ho left for Washing'
Alnrtln B. McDonough, prosecuting
nttorney of Iron county and loader
of the county authorities, who.
Alajor Ualryniplo declared, wern In
"upon revolt' 'against tho United
States, received ii telcgivim today
from District Attorney Myron II.
AVnlkcr at Grand itaplds, advising
him to take no action until tho dis
trict attorney could como hero to
lnvrstlgato tlio cuso.
Mr. McPouougli had obtained a
warrant, for tho nnost of .Major
Dalrymplp charging him with
mallcous libel anil had planned to
havo It served by the chief of police
at tho railroad station whets iho
train bringing the federal men ar
rived last night.
A telephone mm-sago from Crystal
Falls, 15 miles awuy, however, noti
fied .McDonough that Major
ualrymplo in anticipation of trouble
hero had Issued &0 rounds ;if am
munition to each man In his party.
Tlio prosecutor thon ndvlsed Iron
Itlver cltlzons to 'go homo and avoid
any demonstration that might pro
voko opon hostilities.
Today Mr. McDonough waited
upon Mujor Dalrymplo at tho hotol
whero tho latter was staying and
warned lilm that -If he carried out
his announced plan and arrested
no yon a In Iron county without a
warrant or searched any prlvato
homo lu tho county for liquor the
county officers would "arrest every
man In your party and put them In
SCHOOL CHIEF SLAIN
I'nMiilenn Woninii, MiMrrrM f Girls'
Institution. Killed Murderer
TnI.eH Own Life.
' I'AKAUIJNA, Feb. 2.. Arson,
murder and suicide followed enoli
other. in nwlft and tragical succession
In HoiitJi l'.XHUicnu o,irly today whin
'I. AV, JJovv'Hii, fS, formerly em
ployed as a linUKcman ut I hinting
ton Hall, an exclusive se-hnol for
girls, atli'mpte.1 to I urn th Htruc
ture, shot auit killed Its mistress.
MiH FIorciioj Hotneel, 30, then
turned the gun on hlnifelf, tnflict
Ilowen's liody wius found in a
nrna'1 outhouse ndjoloiiut the fnnli
ionuble school groundi. lie had shot
himself through the head. The body
was cold, indicating he con mil ted
suicide almost immediately after ho
killed the owner of Huntington Hall.
F(ND .SHOOTING FELONIOUS
(TlmrlcM T, Itrown Is AccummI nf
.Murder by Coroner's .Inry.
HliNVKIt. Colo.. Fob. 86. A coro
ner's Jury today returned a verdict
that l'Jdward l. llotlge;s or Amarilio,
Texas, shot and killed by Charles T.
Urown In a downtown hotel Monday,
camo to his death from gunshot
wounds Inflicted by Urown, "and wo
further find that tho shooting was
.Hrown shot and killed Itodgcrs
nfter Itodgcrs had gouo to tlio room
whero Mrs. Itoilgcrs was nursing
Drown through an attack of Influ
enra. Following tho shooting Urown
and Mrs. Itodgers told the,, police
Itodgern had attempted to draw a
revolver to shoot Urown, Drown c.Xi
plilned he did not know the woman
BamettSuit Waits WordFrom
Wife Says She Won 't Give Up
COl'KKVVII.l.l:. Kan . l eb D...
lnimedliite tu'iuvn to prove that
Hie niairtiigo bore Monday of
Jul km ItHiiiett, tikliirfon.a s
rb liet Indian and ward of the
I'nlted Hlates gov. ermnent, to
Anna Laura liwe. was In viola
Hon of the laws of Kansiii, will b
takewi by Clsl J. t I'l lorneti, Unl
tiBlfs guardian, whi In seeking
the niiiiullmDilt of the marriage,
tl'lloruxtt mi 1.1 today
rending advleos from offliv-als
of the donrlmnt of Interior at
WaslilliRlon. 1. C the case Is
leslliiK In Ihe hancM of tlio utloi
neA this iiftornnoti. Misinwhile
Mr. and Mrs. Ilnrnetl hsve elal
llshejij themselves tiermaiietilly In
this city and announce theti in
tentiioii to make Coffeyville the.r
"We will flKltt the tase lo a
finish,"' .Mrs. Harnett tKcliin.il to
day. "1 love my husband and I
don't Intend to give lilm up "
"Anna Uuira lie Harnett doe i
not want publicity. Hhe has married
tho man sho loves and she Is going
to take care of lilm as bust she oulb
Until It I certain that she can re
turn' to Heuryetta as the .wife of
Jackson Hatnett, sh" as well as her
IiiihIhuiiI, will remain lu Coffeyville.
Thus dbl A. U Moorhead. Ttllsn
nsil estate man and friend of tho
Wealthy Indian ns well as his vvlfo,
sum up his Jmpresnlotl f tho statt
Una; olopcmimt of the pnli Himflny
niitht. Moorhead wild that he and It n
wife were touring about this pir t
of the state In an automobile Hun
day evening with .Mrs. l.mve, now
Airs. Harnett, as thnJr companion. A ,
the car approached Okmulgee, .Mis.
1owv Is quoted as having ex
Why, we're not fur from my i
sweetheart's plaro. Let's go over and !
"Wo drove by Ilntnett's home ,
about sovrii miles from I Icnry cHu.
and Jack came out lo greet u
Moorehead s.iid. ".Mrs. lyow'o Jumpo 1
out of the car and Jnckoou run to
her ami throw Isith his arms aroumi
hor tightly. Ho seemed extremely (
haiqiy to lie with lu-r and lifted n
hort talk tho couple came back t i ,
tho car and it was suggested that We
drive to Kansas und effect tiler 1
marringe. Ilaruetl waa very anxlou
to do hll.
"Wo drovo north through Okiuul
gee, Mounds, Kiofer, c-'npulpa and
Tulsa. Then we lodo to (' illlnsv llln.
to HurtleMVllle and Dewey .'..ter
that wn crossed into Kansas at
Canoy ami went lo C-offej-vllle. Wp
were refused a llconsn and so .wo
left our In a garage nnd went by
lutorurluu to Indopondpnt'o, wheie
wo were Issued a large hatnlsomery
engraved llceuso. It was made in
tho form of a lnok and has little
verses and some pictures on it.
"llnrnKt Is the proudest and nau-
p'est man hi tho stato today. Ilel,., . ..
speaks and understands LngllshlTO (jlVC btatemCIlt, IlO
very well. False stories atHiut the 1 0 . , TT .
chancier of Airs, rarnetl are h-Mng OslYS, AltCl' I'lOUSC
publlsln.il by scnitlonnl yollow
newspapers, hut they are nil lieu.
1 it ii 1 proud to nay that I holpcd got
.laei; itarnett out of the rcgrnltnlilo
foed,7L;'e,.t,,y ,mi" w,,u OUK,,l 10
"I feel that it Is an honeV t(
lieve nhy fealthy limit who mj'nt lo
Have nil the pleasures ot life front a
life out in the wuods, constantly
kopt lu Is-wnimco."
Aloorehcynl ridded Hint the woman
CONTINUED ON PAOK TWO.
SIGNS OIL" LEASE BILL
Wilson Gives Measure Approval
Whlfli Is to Open IJ Neurly
7,000,01)0 AT (if Lands.
WASHINGTON, Fob, 23 I'resl
dont Wilson today signed the ol!
land ami' lousing bill which opens
up for development millions (if m ros
ol laud lu the west.
Tlio total aroa of oil lands thrown
open for ifaso under the bill Is etl
inatod by the geological mrvey at
moro lluin C,7i",ijun noros, whlbj!
pr.vm sul lauds u tile,- go. I'l-nitijiu
wllhilrawal total approximately 30,
000,000 aertw with 30,000,000 acres
ntlll to ho ' elusslfletl. I'hosphatn
lands' aro ustijnated at 2.70,000
nines with sudiuin atid otner mineral
deposit! equally as extensive
Authority for tho administration
of thu oil leasing law Is placed with
tho secrolary of the Interior. On
oil lands Um leasing rat" will bo 3
per cunt of tho oil produced and this
may bo doniunded In oil or cash,
as the government may elect.
For this year, at least, the gov
ernment Is expected lo collect Us
royalties lu oil.
WOOD ENTERS IN OHIO
Will Conlest for Delegut'M lo Chicago
Convenllon .Vgalimt Harding
ttipsirtt'(l hy Garfield.
COLU.MIILH, Ohio, Feb 25 -MaJ, 1
Gen. I!onard AVootl Into today for- i
mally entered Ohio to contest with
I'nlted Htatr.i Senator Warren G. I
Harding not only tho preferential
cholco as tho republican nominee for
president, hut also Ohio's 48 dele
gates to tho Chicago convention. Ills
declaration of candidacy was filed
with tho secretary of state by John
1'. I'rlcc, Ills Ohio campaign man
ager. At tho same time James H. Oar
field of Cleveland also filed his dec
larution oh a candidate for the re
publican presidential nomination.
Mr. Garfield's candidacy is under
stood to bo only for Ihn purpose of
giving wood candidates for dole
iratps a rhiinco to express their noc -
ond choice ns required by tho Ohio
primary law. -
.larl.win llnrnclt, millionaire Indian, and Ills wife, photographed, In Coffey
title, Him., after their ninrrlago tliero Alonilay.
RUSSELL TO TELL
'FACTS' IF ASKED
n TMr nrvTirtivi rnnnw
1 TO TAKE ACTION TODAY
Lower Hranch to Decide What
Further Steps to He Taken
on Parole. Prohe.
Ily Associated Tress Stale Wlra.
OKLAHOMA CITY, Feb. 25.
Offering to furnish officially lo the
house of repr'nontatlves upon furth
er request a statement of ' "trans
actions' concerning which tho entire
ultlzunnhlp of Oklahoma should be
Informed," Campbell l(usel tin -BWered
hy letter this afternoon tho
roquost mailo by resolution pained
In tho htxiso this morning for ovi
detiCji) to HitbHtantlalo charges lis
bus made against Uio pardon nnd
llurmell said lu would prepare, Uio
statement promptly. In the liousu
resolution, the request was made for
him "to Immediately file with the
speaker Much charge In writing and
under oath as he may desire to make
against tin pardon und parole tie
pat Uncut of the state of Oklahoma,
together with hiioIi affidavits, docu
ments, lecords ami matters and
things lie may deslrn."
The letter lo the speaker wim pro
Bunted pewmally hy Ituiisell latu
OONTINDKD ON PAOK fjKVKN.
TEXAS OIL BANK IS ROBBED
.Nccmsity Stain ittink At NtH-itislly
Is I'litenil und Italtleil,
CISCO, Texas, Fob. 26. Two
masked bandits entered Ihe Hank of
Necessity at .Nocosslty, Texas, an oil
town about 25 miles north of here nt
0 o'clock this mdrnltig, covered bank
r f r I r t ...III, rfii,,1v,t,v u-illi..roil ill.
i'l, 300, all tho monoy lu tdght, and
made their escaiio, Chief of Police
W. C. IIItHon of this olty was in
formed by telephone this evening.
I'he highwaymen have been traced
as fur as tho In own ranch, 10 militi
north ot Cisco.
Minning Woman Found
With Former Hired' Man
Ily Amwiatrd T'reas HU.U Wlra.
HUAWNHK, Okla., Fob. 25 Mrs.
Kato Itoss ami 12-ycnr-old daughter
who disappeared here last Friday
nfid who wero thought to havo mot
with foul play, wcro found tonight nt
Fort Worth, Texas, in company with
a former hired hand of Iho lloss
1 family U Is alleged Airs, ltoss nnd
daughter will bo returned to this
Former Water Commis
sioner Again Seeks
Civic Club DolcKates Meet
Tom'Kht to Decide What
Thoy Will Do.
The Ico of tho republican political
situation was broken yesterday. C,
H, Youultmnn, formerly commission
er of wuler and sewers during tho
Simmons' ndmlnlatrntlon, nnnouncod
his candidacy for tho off Ico (if corn
rnUtylorior No. 2 on tho republican
ticket. Although both Ihn demo
crats and tho Independents have al
ready brought forth candidates, Mr.
Youtikman was tho first republican
to throw his hut Into the ring for
the coming muiili.-lpul eleelloii
"I heartily Indorse every plank In,
(ho republican platform adopted by
the republican city genetnl eomtnll
teu Tuesday night. That Is Just the
kind of a platform that I want to
stand on anil make my fight for of-t
flen on. declared Mr. ounkiiian
Kspeclally dltl ho Indorso the
plnnk In tho platform referlng to
solution of the water problem by the
securing of ptiro water for the city.
.Mr. Younkmun has made a low?
study of the water problem and
OONTINUKD ON IA0ri BKVK.N.
Irish Home Rule Hill
PrcHcnlcd in Commons
I)NluiN l'eb. 25. -Tho hill for
1 lrbh home rulo long promised by
tho government, was presented In
the house of commons today. The
first reading was of tho litis- alono,
and was a mere prollmlnury lo tak
ing up tilt) insawuio Ht the Hisslon
tomorrow. Tha irw;nt hill. It ts
understood, adheres comparatively
closely lo (lie measure as outlined
hy Premier Lloyil George In the
houso Decomhor 21, last. The rov
ernment'o project centers on tlie
sitting up of two parliaments In Ire
land, ono for thti south und ono for
Padercuxki In Cominn
Hack to AmcricasSoon
SANTA HAItllAIlA, dl., Feb. 25.
iguacej pauerewskl. who recently re
signed as premier of Poland, will ro
turn to America noon anu resume
his musical tours, according to AMI
Ham Hemnhlll. manager of I'mler-
owsklli ranch and other properties
at paso itotuca,
Wat-h our window for s?-!aJi, Se -cker,
yiorUt, 15 West i'om-w avtryt .at.
CAPITAL IS UPSET
IN NAMING COLBY i
Washington Is Startled
bv Appointment of
WAS PROGRESSIVE AIDE
New orker Who Succeeds
LiuiHinir Followed Uoonovolt
in 1912 Split.
SENATE ACTION UNCERTAjN
All Too Surprised to Indi
cate Whether KiRht Will
J?c Made on Approval.
NLW YOI IK, Feb. 25. Ualn
bridge Colby, who was npiiolnied
secretary of stale today by Presi
dent Wilson, said In an Interview
here tonight that ho wan "thor
oughly In accord with tho league
pf nations and nil other of the
president's views of public Inter
Mr. Colby camo lo Nrtw York
city from Washington lo ho nt tho
bedside of hla duughter who Is
".My sympathies haVo boen with
(tho president nmlehls work," mild
Mr. Colby, "This surely Is clearly
Indicated by my uppolnlment.
Thero ran bo no other Inference
drawn fruin It,"
When nsked ns to his polMcnl
atrillatlon, Mr, Colby said that ho
preferred not lo mako n statement
on this iubjcct at tliu present time
W A H II I NG TO N, lVb, 2B.-4'resl-dcut
Wilson ngeiln Upset tho cxpec
tiltlons of official und political
Washington todny -by naming llaln
bridge Colby, a New York attorney,
who left tho republican parly with
Theodore Itoooetett In 1312. net sec-
t clary of state.
Tho noleotlon oauaod scarcely less
ot a setiKitlon thm Oio dtsmitwa.1 ot
llohert Lansing from tho state port
folio two weeks ago, nnd was ro
eclvtid with suuh undisguised stir
jitiHo In tho sotiatn whero the pres
ident's ollolco iniiHt bo approved be
foro ..Mr. Colby can, mho up tho du
ties of office, thittliono of tho Ipad
iitn cared to prodlct wiion conflrniH
tlon tniglit ho voted. ,
All Aro hurprlsesl.
Not nvsn among those on the In
sido of tho administration circles
hnd thoro been any expectation tiiit
tho selection would fall on Air, Col
by, who told Inquirers today that he
himself had been given only a very
brief notice of tho president's In
tention. Summoned to the whlto
Iioiiso he spent an hour with Presi
dent Wilson, announced Unit h
would accept with n deep apprecia
tion of tho rBspotiiiibillly lmiposed
upon hlnS ami said ho would have
lid further comment to mako until
the senate had acted,
Word of' tho nomination, readied
senators as (hey wero assembling
for tho day's Konslon,, and In lliolr
private talks during 'Uio duy they
discussed little else,
Onco beforo tho scnato had been
called upon to act on a nomination
of Air. Colby and then confirmation
was voted although a strong flgtit
agnlnrtt hint was lod by tho two re
publican senators from Ills state.
That wan In 1917, when Prerrtdntu
AVllson named him lo membership
CONTINUJ'D ON PAOK TWO,
Democrats From Iowa
and New York Go Free
AL1IANY, N. Y Feb. 25. Virtu
ally agreed that tho Now York stato
delegation tojlie nallpnal deniocratrr
convention in rtau t-nuncisco will
go unlnstriicted, parly leaders of the
stale. In nn Infonnal oonferonco to
night, appearviil coiiriuent tnui uio
Unofficial stato convention horn to
morrow would bo a harmonious af
fair. Oils A10INK8. Iowa, Feb. 23.
Iowa's delegation to tho democratic
national convention will go unln-
struetetl and hound by the unit rule
That was decided hero today at the
stato convention, IJ. T. Meredith,
United States secretary of ngtie.ul-
ture, was minted a dolcgato at large.
No Trolillnjr Camps,
WASHINGTON, Feb. 25. The.
war department docs not plan to
hold training camps for reserve of
ficers this summer and in no c.iso
will reserve officers bo called this
year without their consent. General
AInroh announced today.
Success: Not knowing any failures.
The highest Is attained by ttartins
from tho lowest.
Atullce rebounds back to the sender
as tho echo of tho voice.
Tho Joy comes from Iho doing! leave
tho done alone, harping hurts.
All classified advertising going Into
The AVorld must nieasuro up to the
high standard required to build con
fldenee In Iho minds of lis reading
Head antl use AVorld Want Ada to gr
direct rtiult' Phono Osag- 6000
und ask fur AVunt A4 tukcr.