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OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER
A V Kfl A 1 1 SWORN NUT TAlt'
circulation rr 1 0
20 PAGES. PRICE ." CENTS.
VOL. XIV, NO. 186
TULSA, OKLAHOMA. WEDNESDAY, MARCH'31, 1920
WILSON DEMANDS EXPU
CLAIMS HE SHOT
IN SELF DEFENSE
it . .: 11 a
He Opened l' Ire to
PATROLMAN IS SLAIN
Jameu Thompson of Tulsa
Police Force Is Murdered
a! (lom Apartment.
SOUGHT TO ARREST WIFE
Officer Accompanied Woman
to Rooms When He and
Husband Have Kitfht.
ln three shots from
into thi baaH or rai rniman eainea
j, Thompson, aftcr.na ho claims, thai
officer without OaVUM had fired OHO I
ahnt Kt him, Kay lte lonaglll. bettor
known as "Indian Kid." yesterday
a: 11, .on telephoned 111" poliOO and
tho sheriffs offico tho Informal ion
that lio hod been compelled lo kill
In Victim 10 BaVg his own llfo. TOO
rhnotiiip occurred at the Qeni apart
ments. II!" A Smith Pernor avenue.
within a low minutes after Mm.
MeOonaglll had hoon accompanied
by tho officer from the street to I Ho
room occupied hy the htialianil
In a oUatOOiOlkl niaila to Blton P,
Hum and A. K. MntitKomrry. Ml -
not county attorneyri. who ypsHTclay
tftoreoon invstiiiatd tho nooo,
Thompson mot tho woman on First
kt.oi .11 I told hor lio was KoiriK l
arrest her H a vaRrant. Sho told
klai, rho t-ald. that nho was married
and living with hor hUOtMIld in this
elty, Not ticllnvlnK her OtattOOIOIIta
Thompson followed her lo the room
where tho husband wan In bed.
An artfiittiTt arose when McdoniiKiU
lYirntd id the officer's LnUntlOB and
the shooting followed
When taken to tho county Jail.
Marks of an encounter were visible
on the face of If oOonagllli bis left
eo haing BWOllan and blackened and
a brulat showing at tho corner ol
bis mouth, He refused to BlgllO any
statement to tho county attorney,
statiiiK :li it he would first talk with
Attorney MonlRomery learned
that Thompoon had been discb it'Ked
frnm t!i" iiolieo force yesteruay
morning bj chief Cbarlea Alien, and
had been ordered to remove his uni
form and return II, with his li.it and
club, to the police elation. NothlnK
more syaa heard of him until the call
eamc from Mciionaniu to the offocl
that In 1 ad killed Thompson.
Mrs MeOomiglll told Olty officers
raotorday that she and Thompaofi
had 011 other occasions bad some
COyriM.'KD OS PAOK SIXTEKN.
BsUthj blacker Given Bonionoe
Wtc Vivirs In IVtiiH-ntlary in
i uttri-Mnrtijil llcjiriiic
NEW TORK. March ::.-
Cleveland Hergdoll, wealthy younn
migdolphUUI, recently rourttnui
liiiled for degeytlon btfipilto tl hi al-ler-e.i
fgiiura to report for military,
eervi.-e under Iho draft, was een
Ugead to five years In prison. a.r
aordlng lo a decision of the court
Btadl public here today.
The MntenoO, effective today. Is
for hard labor In Ihe Jail at (lover
bnfs is itcl In addition lierKdoll's
rlsthu of cltlsanahlp are forfeited as
a rceui, of hla conviction.
rho flndlnn nf tha onurtmnrttgl.
mp stOd lie work March 17
to aiinroved todav by Lieu
tenant c,e,.rai Robori i.ee Bullard,
commander of ihe department of the
.'sat. and Immediately oommunr1
OgtOd to Reiudoll. who has been is a
0011 hi Ihe island.
Borgdoll was guilty nf desertion
frnm August ISIS, when he failed
tn re,r, t,n,r.r ,na graft, fft mtM
srreatsd .it hi, hnmi in Chilwl,-!.
Ignuary 7. last
O'HORNETT SEES WARD
Barajoti rj Bningrtvl t W Infield,
han for . onfrrenoe w iu ih-
WfS-.'tKI... Kan.. Man h 30.
rjrg rtehesl Indian, will he brought
"on Ban ntt, said to he the eouil
1 winfield Thursday hv the sheriff
M"nteomory .ounty. for a oonfer.
SJ, Carl .1. O'llornctt. his
r 'aVe Ul"11 Bkrntta recent mar-
a'J,'r,n i necessary because
, ..,,'s. '' of KtUUagg supreme
I- l sh"l""nrl"'11 .oul.l not coti--ne.
. KJr,"'u 0Opt tn the pros-
rieid A u Jokoon "f Wl
i .k.'. P , U1 -1nunislo,.r narnerl in
W0 es'imony n fi'Hornelt s habeas
ariinn ,v vshirh
nsse Barnotl returned
pr.iyH t '
i Announced today tnel the
' hf liejirhiir .... il... k .i...
Baltll i..i, ...in i- . .
""feretico Thuriday " at "'"
World's News Told
in Condensed Form
fo r HurriedRea ders
At ROIIA. 11' , .March :i
Ctrnodf, lo.i yean n ,i ti$i
Hi s. ... born in Count Kerry.
WACTUNGTON, Mark N W V.
Htralfl nf Oklilio'na QHj vi. arnsoinlrd
ioia b ttio laterstete soauaeree ooaniM
ion m ilirprlor traffic, peel its
Sted by U( OOMImIob kKHH of Hi in
ereaeai duiioa eager the irauaijurietion
KT UHIS, March an Two thlrdi of
in ritj n .:' firemen tn,ias- Ta,ag to inL
11 r T.'b thry ,rn (Tasted A wag., ni'ieaee uf !
1100.10 10 1.11 a incmlb Iit May I. The
lhvri will mil lilrr this week. An liorre-c
'o 140 ratti-,l SMUrde) was ra.ee. ted
litti.b rook Murri, ;;n, -pin nr
luting about 11:30 oMork HaSMe) ligV i
destroyed ihr Hauiit,, .Merranlii.- company'.
l" warehouse. 01 1 bouse, and harli. At
. Mausitc. ciilttlaiiu a lues .f pproiintaliMv i
Mil Alio, March 10. 4, cornner'e Jury!
! i.idn.v bld Fwik Piano, ar.. who tilled ;
1 Ins win, 1't a n U jr. tn ''.sate hi.s aoul." a.
ho fa. 'I, to iho slats grand Jury on a enseal ;
i manslaughter and reesSaSsOsdei the
I lelgaf be cxiiniine, an to bis .anils.
Ho.roN Mareti 10 Th mipc4r -oun
'ola ilaniM thf rfHiuritt f VrN Rnlh
fluiin of New Vnrk for leave to titUrvmv
in ihn litigation btWMD Itio (lirci tora nf .
ChnMiari ?rit'i.T t luiirli and thtt t
(.runups or tn Lnristian hi iwnro Wi ! 1 li
ILBAJfY, X. V. Mar. h ".n the Kowler ,
hill, oWijrned tf roprnl ih.t day hunt pit i
me law. rftild of piitac in th aMemh j ;
latei todaj . Tb. votn was 7.r to Hi, out
Irsa than 1 o. n 1 rx! . Tho same hill was
adopted (, fft, tt toI 111 the aonalr
YOl MiTOWN, Ohio, Mar. h 0 TtwM I
dore Kiiinry wjn a Mi-.p.Midod W$ntU9t on a :
charge of hpi'i'dniB today when ho mlrml 1
tfi lo tho. jiidg.- that )ir had hrokon tho
hpfod Haiti hut paoVd that b had just,
h.-ard of a hotisp for rent and M hatPu
MLjJ to ' 'nail it.' '
0UICUOO, March "In. Ordtra approved
hy Ve-Trtary 'nf Ihor Wilson for tho
drportation 0f 2l Alettft radicals wore re
flMTOd todav hy lnmuifrai ion ComnuhMonor
llarr? M . I sand is BU alldod radu-a's, ar
ri4tt d in the Chioajo distrK-t, wrs or
XfH.M KS fMinori. March yft The statr
of Sonnra, Menh'o, is n tka Vtfi rrvo
JalldSj ik-o- ' lo - r!it rtreivod
Iito today from Uen. 1'. Kiias i'iillp.-, who
rofpntly roaigtipd froni Prnid'-ril l'arrana's
i-ahinct to Mafil in iho catnpait;11 t( Urn
Mvsro tMir'aon for the prejMdrii.j of
HIKi; OUTM, Toiaa. Man h 10, .le
of Ihn llouio Oii Itefininn rompiiny tri tho
ttf to American ftii compsny of londou j
it the transaction h $10,000,000) it wa
said T'lio Home ronipany was .laoeJ in
tho hands of a recover two inoiitha; aa'o.
NKWAKK, X. J.. March Q -t,(rjo
" r ." li of Oranpo, X. flying a potttif
firo dtpartrnr-ni mail planr. was instantly
kilted hrro this aftornoon whilo trying to
Tanj nn Meder fiofd aftrr rornpleting a
trip from Washington. The piano, a Martin
iwiinhmg mactiiuo, htruck a chimney and
rashed to the gronnn.
Al.lltSY, X. V. March 30
thai i' t- . . who .'ire rneint
nf the NOW Vork ftale ia of woinon
voters will go on strike on elo- tion da
or go into othor parties if the alfttoj
la tu i e does not act fa vol ahy on w
hi U, in cor, la iniul m a letter sci; t hy the
Irague today to V ill il. Hays, rhairman
of the republican national committee.
XKW YORK War-Ti Brig. Gen.
William W flarts, who was commander
of Amer:ean troop in tho Tarix area, after
; he a run st ice an vrd from Trance, today
on the hli-ainslnn Iorraire' lie is espectrd
to ai'swor chirgen of other army officers
that ho was responsible for rrueltica to1
aoldiers in prison cam pa. 1 lis home ta in
Nabrivi.ie, I cnn.
MKSAIIl" TaXaS, Maerli SO -A (omiai
inilirttnent ,'baririns JamiM I'allatl wits
ntder In eonneotloa with Uta. laootloi
to death of Veraoa U BlllbUM rear bero
laat IfoveBIDar It was Mturaaa by a crarid
jalir- late toilav On tnotuin of Ihe hta'p
i a cnaiicn 01 venuo 10 i.iano ruuiiiy .a.
treated la dlalri. t court anil tlin trial i.et
for I. Ii.no on May 11. Calian was released
oil M0,0OS bond.
idjsnos Hard 10 ;wr Tehlteb.
erin. lio- It i.- sosiet forerfti monster,
baa i . .., . i J'oiand of bis wgltagaai to
,i,n p.'i-i n.-f nt lat loni on April in, ai.
roiaioi nas hi:ro-n, .-thiu ma .
fss naaaaea tisas, liaaeoai todafl M,
Tebllelierla suicrat. thai the tmetinic bo
bald auroewber,. in Ksthonia.
WASBIS0T0K. Mereh .10 -Another
Tsobll'or.riuerit until nest fail of erKUmenth
in seven at li trust si.its Baa bef..r ba
iapreai eoart bas been dei Ided upon, it
waa aai I ladaf tbal tlie 'h rttii,.r.l of
justire desired to stndy I he re.nt dr
elaioa afiainst the fovpruuipril in the Coiled
Hltttra Hlrel corporation rase and to re
vievs llio dissolution laltfl now pending.
CI.KVK1.ANP. Ohio. Mark 10 War
ranis for llie arrrst of moro than I.SO0
Cleveland landlorda for yto.ation of
the eily Irtiemri.l housr ardlaaaea by fail
to obtain It'-'l loieniei, will be ii
nio,d vitals lata aaya . us- ui
misaioui-r Cukr annouio rd ledgj
nfflelall were preparing to
profiteering (real four differ.
IbCOQgb leriliitMB adople.1 I)
aaaai II last night.
, B so 1'om
i Ifirr its
WASH I KOTOS, Marrb (0. Ladwls
Marteas, Rasslal eo'iet acant In ihe I'nlted
I Hull-., is a tltrmaii SebJeOt and should be
.1. ., rtsd te Oenaaay, oeoafdlsg te ,-onteh
, sabattttsd ta
soewrrow ' 'u a".r"M""". "
stafteas, mails pablll hy Assistant Attorney
Osnsrsl Garsan tonifht. vlainieil to estah-
liah "eaasiaiWely" hu aavaaaelloa enlo
the Rasslaa ' omtnur.iste ann his srtirity in
tin. prenollea el an srgoalsatlai aaoa la
Mrk the .ifiTtkr.oi .if the Culled Metoa
gavonsMOl t- trocs. fc
Tl l.rf v. ul- Marck. IP1 Mai. mam, I
Ta Blaimaai III salbtwladsi Hear.
OKLAHOMA: Wedneadsy fair . Tiurs
rlav inrreasinr rloial iticsi
MWmglXNA A NO EAST TEXASrj
Wedaeedaf partly eleady to elends proii
ahiy iaeweri en the eeast, trOalMl ' loutal
nortinn 'l liursila. rilldy.
UKs-.' WedDSaSSs) fair. rbSIMaf I
ps" sloudl le eloud)
WK.ST TI SVS We.lnr.ilay and j
Thureaai s-o oralis fair.
KANMAa Oeaerailj fair tW'duosdey
and Tbnrtdgfl ssw.tr Tliur.daj.
TO LEAD G.O.P.
tion if Demand Is
Made Upon Him.
ASKS LIBERAL POLICY
Support J'artv on "For
ward-Looking" rial form
nn Pact and MUM.
NOT SEEKING LEADERSHIP
Will Not Try for 11 U
"Nat urally' 'Independent
Republican Ho Say.-.
san i HANi is . March .n.n
MiM-hi't-t Hoover t nd.i y ixpreMaWd ;i
wlllltifftieoa to Accept In rcpubll
chii iMMiiittaii inn for presldont Hli
aUinounooinont mado In a toleaTnun
to UlO Ilnor RopUbllCatl Cllib f
Cattfornlas whs oondlUonod on a
forlitiK hi the reptiblirnn party thtt
tiie isiifH demand hi Bandldaey
Tho former food ndmlntetrtrtor.
tOloSTI pliltip from New fork, Maid
ho was "natnrslly nfftHatod'1 With
t h "indopondont olomont'1 of tho
republican party and declared if thai
party aMoptorl a "forwa i ii )OOh mix
platform ho would euppoii if He
reiterated former doolaratlone that
ho would not ttrk the nomination.
ronrornitiR' tho poace) troatV with
Mm loaixuo of natlonn ro onant, Mr.
Hoover ox preeaed hlmeolf as dif-
forinje with eOJUOJ WidOOOM from tho
estromlate who dppooed "any leaerue
t ail" end tho "position taken hy
RrOOOnl dovrlopmrnts !n the tt :U
eltuatloni eaid, Were one roe eon
for his announbins hie wilMneieai
to eocept the nomination' Otheni
wop' BtaereaUon tn eoonomio edjuet-
the Nihialion in t'-ili-
fotni.i. his homo atate lrieee fiiotors,
ho mild. cauHod him to "confirm the
action my repubUoewi fr; niy there
havo taken without ooneiMtlng mo."
Tho toU'Kratn addreoeed to War
ren (iroory, proHidont of ilii- IloOVOf
republican olub' of dallforniai fol-
"I had not u : h. d to enter, -tior
could i hitherto eee jny real public
eervioe by entering Into partisan po
lit Ira I dist'UMslon, more eepeoially
pending tho rlarif ioatlon of tho dl-
vornitisT views nf tho 1 1 rr' r nt
(VXT1M'KI) nS I'AtiK SlTKKN"
COAL PRICE GOES UP
Advance of n,-, Grata to $i j.. a Ton
Is oo,.sar,v . H'nlors Nh v ;t.s
i.. mi of War advanoni,
NSW fOKK March 10. Action
f Prealdent WUeon'i ooal commiH-
sion in .1 it. i i .' blttirtilnotiH mine
workers a wane increase of 27 per
Cent IllOOni tho price of coal at the
tnlnes will advance i;r, cents to $1.25
a ton, bitumliioiis coal operators an
While assorting they desired to
keep the price of coal as low as pus
i sihle to avoid speculation in the
product of their miners, mine owners
lotted Illinois as the only stale where
the minimum Increase would apply.
That was said to be d p- to local
conditional which lessen production
cost, since removal of bltuinlnoug
coal prion restrlci Ions by the prcai
daert. some tDoretorf, II was stated ,
already had gold tnuoh coal for April
delivery at from $:i.rn to a ton
The government pflfio of . Is ef-
fectlve, however, lo April i Ope ray
tors in some districts. It was sai l
li.tm received as much as 1 4 . 7 f . a
ton In Instances where big purohag
afl went into the fields and cm tag. ii
In competitive bidding.
The mine woirkers roprOgenUatlvOO
refuiv'd to malse any comment on the
proposed increase, except to state
thai the new wage agreement would
only "involve nr, cents a ton gVI rugc
The new wage agreement embody
InS tho award of Proa Id ant Wilson's
bituminous coal eommlaslon, prob
ably will be ratified tomorrow by the
operatorg ami mine workers of the
central competitive field, according
lo statements made tonight hv mom
hers of the lub-cofnmlttoe in making
DcciHton on Red River
CoNf Expected Today
WASHTVOTON, March SO The
supreme court today postponed ac
tion upon the government's action,
made yesterday. for Injunctions
agginet Texas and Oklahoma In con
nection wllh tha Rod river boundary
controversy, following the close of
prohibition gpgutnenta the court re
ril for la minutes to consider
the motion, Intending to reconvene
later in ihe da,, when its decision was
anticipated latrr several of the
lusilr.'-j returned to the courtroom
and tha court was formally ad
lournod until tomorrow noon wdien
omr aiinouncementq are expected.
Trr our llnls.iin Pan Sltsalli
at jour Urocsr'i. rreaU dsd-
Miss iss ippi Senate
Victor if is Claimed
JAl'KHtJN, MIh , Marti. .n
Renewing ratification of tho fed"
oral MiffruKo emendmenl i" the
Mlwleelppl Honato todayi eupporl
ere f tho meaeure beejan notifying
ebeenter niortihorn of tho ti.-iiso to
r t urn immodiaf oy in pt rpji .it ion
for the fight Ihei
Action hv tho senate oamo n n
BtirpiiHo, in viow tf tho provlmirt
edveree (to. Today'e vote wuh a
tie, and wai mado Affirmative h
tho haiioi of Lieutenant Qovernor
uaeteei. a numner of eenetore
woto alHottt and U wtui mippoeed
tho mif f i iio Ihsuo wan not t lod, OB
pectaiiy tn view nf tho oxpfniUon
of the eeeeton Raturdey,
pfottlctlone thai ttio house irottld
not favorebl) on ratification wio
mailo f i oHy.
Mlsslmrppl was the flint Mato,
to ratify I ho federe i prohibition
UP WOMAN'S MEET
Fail t' Appear at Tues
day Club; Republicans
2W Woman Demand ( lean
City and Honest Rctristra
tiini Practices in Future.
"Wa thank the rOPUbUOM eandl
dales for KivitiK ns Ihe Honor of
their progeneO; hs oh airman of the
OttrlO COmmlttOO of tho Tuesday Hook
Olub, I wish lo llia.uk Ihem (inrson
ally f,r thlw opportunity." aald Mrs.
. iioin, tiiaiiiiiaii 01 in.- i
day c-omnnltee ,r the Tuwony hook
einb. at the elo.. of the meeting
yesterdas afternoon to which all
ogndidatea, Irragpoctlvo of politic
had boon invited to state their plat
forms to the women of Tulsa.
The meeting Ml held In th emti
niclpal auditorium, It had hern ad -sortisod
several days In advance and
invitations inui been extended tu all
Candida tgo to partleipate, Noae of
the democratic candidates responded
aiihongh tho polltlog of Uva woman
pcrsent was mixed Thorn were ap
proximately 200 or the newly en
franchised voters present- the audi
torium was comfortably filled from
J;.10 o'clock until the meeting closed
shortly after i o'clock
"I regret that the democratic can
didates did not think us worthy of
coming here this afternoon, " Mrs.
Iloth OOntblUOd, "The purpose of this
meeting is non-part jggn, t-H a mutter
of fail, half of tho women in the
Tuesday Monk club are democratic,
anil tho other half republican. In all
I r urn sat noes and gmooruy ai rcviieu
aandldataa of tioth partial tg ao-
ilr.iss us this aftcrttoori in ords-r
that wc might i reels e informal Ion
upon the IggUg and pollOigg tn the
ruining alec lion, and nftcrward trust
to our own good judgment to vot.;
"I feci deeply efaggrlUOd and dls
appointed that the present admin
katrntlOP. did not-think the women of
the idly worthy of their preaenee, 1
trust It bus been a very profitable
afternoon for all of you," Mrs. Roth
Many of Tuisas gfOHIOn who arc
leaders In srliis.il and church work,
civic activities and sorial uplift were
at the meeting.
in iho abaenoo of Mrs. J, m iiu.ii.
preield.-nt of the hook (dub. Mrs C
CONTINI.'Kll 0B r A 0 K KIFTKKN'
FRISCO OIL MAN SLAIN
Harold HalgUMld Mist.tkcs- I UatDDIg
OMolgla for lilghwayBten Kaat of
II Paao anil I ail,- iii Mall.
fSL PASO Texas
Harold I lab lead of
was shot and killed
II miles east
midnight last night.
of h.-re. while en route to Sierra
Blanea. Texas, with C, P, Crawford
of BI Paao ami Topeka. Kan . whan
he mistook customs officials for
hlghWgynt. n and speeded up his au
tomobile Instead of hatting when
eomnnnided to do so, according to a
report received here today.
SAN PRANCfSCO, Cat.. March 30. j
Notification of the killing of Harold
; hy cugto
San Pranolgoo oil man,
onn offu ials at a point east
of ei Paao last nignt, was reeetveoi
here by W Ritchie, an acquaintance, I
foday. According to Rltohla, Hal-'
stead wis a lieutenant In the Anier-
loan ggpedltlonary foroog in Siberia.:
returning here last January for dls-
charge He went in the Texas oil I
fields from heie a month ugo
llalstead ss as aii.irrie.l, according:
lo Rltahie, and the shock 'if his
death haw necessitated his wife go
ing to a hospital at El I'uso
All Je.itt:.h IMe Masons ',n . Ski ire;
ti'-kete. for Ihe Maiirols I hursday baaaoal
from Hooper Hr.is Oaffel Bbepi Kssa, oe
tdaais. First National Saakj Mill Heltoer.
l(nl,inson Cijar .store: l,ee Laearlag or
V C. Slrgrr I alalus'l Tbur.day ,.--.:
.. - a,'. i
, . J v svsyase. -
VOTE TO UPHOLD
Only Question in New
York Assembly Is
Size of Majority.
Rciitri if Investigation 'i
Five Suspended Members
Is Mnr!o by Committee,
ROOSEVELT OPPOSES ACTION
AI.HANV. N Ma
'tiullt." mils the erilni
I etiilei t'.l
in tin' ggggmbly today by i
It.V of the jUtjli'l.il ."1111111111
aH.I ot the five HO, IsllNl I
HiiNii, nded on chiirKes ol iIihI
in. i Jor
iii I he
rin hei H
I mi.' 1 1 ions were ovarwhelmlog lo
nlghl thai ihe mavlorlt) daclalon
would he uphold i IHa asaswbl)
and ih.it tho rocomotondfttlong In ihe
majority report that the aooiaUota'
seals be ileelared ,iratil would be
adopted The sl7.e or iIim niajori'.s
InvorlliK these iroposlt ions was the
only dwputed aubjeel n orao re
ported that al leant !tl win llll.l peg
slbly more than 100 Would I fl
Mgjorlt leader ,s U Adler and !
Ageemblyman Theodora Rooaaveli let I
i he known th.it Kiev would oppoael
Anion on Ihe oommlttOO! repori
w gg made a special oraor .Or 'o
nionow II Is , vii. lie, inai an oas i
will bo gPeti ovtr to orglot) and
argument and that s sole ognnol be
reached before Thursday. It Is
that the leader "f the e
pulsion favor deferring a vole unlll
Thursday, iih under the law the gov
ernoi autiot call a gpoolal election
lio fill Ihe vacancy occurlna tea the
legislature after Ihe lasl day of
I March uniesu. an extraordinary son
IglOn of thO legislature Is convened II
! the five seals should be del Igrod
vacant tomorrow the governor ssoiilil
I be free to exercise his prerogative
of calling n special etactlon In each
of the five districts that elected a
I aoolgilgt assemblyman last NOVOtn
Itrandlng the socialist paiiv
' "an organisation composed exclu
slvely of perpetual traitors." a ma
Jorlty of Ihe Judiciary committee of
the New York state essemhly. In a
report lo the lower house today, ro
commended the expulsion of the fjve
socialist assemblymen. August Class
sens. Charles Solomon, lands Wgld
man. Samuel i irr and SgMUOl A.
Minority reports were submitted
: by members of ihe committee ss ho
'dissented from thfl findings of Ho
While no concerted action has been
taken by those opposed to expulsion
of the socialises. Majority uoader
Simon - All r of Monroe and As-
lemblyman Theodore Rooaaveli of
Nassau will speak und Kite against
"I Oannol approve of the expul
alcn of th.- entire represenlallon of u
party from the legislature." Colonel
RooaOVOll said today "Whatever I
mav do or say I shall do as an In
dividual and not us a part of any
movement agreed upon with others.
Mr A Her. who on the first day of
Ihe session. Introduced the resolu
Hon for suspension of the socialists.
I raid thai his position was virtually
j t ties game as that of Colonel Coosn
veil. "I am not a partv to an) BOB
leerted action." ho added
cudahy estate 2 million
I 11 s cut
I lis tlllil'lllsiT-
wis . March .10
Patrick Cudahy, wealths meat pink
it, left an sestate valueil at approxi
mately l,S00.ttt, according to tne
Inventory of appraisers filed In coun
ty court today
The r'-ul estate Includes large
tra.is of land in Km lab Columbia
lhal were not appraised In addi
tion to numerous pareola or land
owned in the city of Cudahy, tho In
ventory lists thousands of shares of
lock in development and railroad
'companies The VBlUO of ITS, 000
Ilusslan rubies issued in lilt. 10
Ideemabto Irooruary i, till, with in
tereM at five and one half per cent
, m ini annually. Is given ue 5.000.
Three thiSisand seven hundred
and fifty shares of capital slock in
the Cudahy Hi other - company ap
praised al fllV.'.OOO.
New York Life
Farmer & Duran
BPKI im. 4QKMTS
SSI Palaca iiuig PSmm ill
Mary Pickford and Doug
Fairbanks Are Married
Movie Stars Wedded Sunday After Getting License
Saturdaj Bride Divorced ; Month Quiel
Honeymoon is Being Spent in Groom's Home at
Beverlev Hills Near Los Angeles,
LOB A'ii:i.i.s. ai . March It, 1
Man Pickford ninl ItOUglgg rl"
I banha hav.' boon married, u boemmt
i known here Isle todal Tho) 00-
i tained a lleenoo hen. lagl Hatnrdaj
and the toons . partormod
Hniid.iv bs the Reverend -i S
pomb Broiighar, paator or ihe Tain
I pit Baptlal ohiiron Nelthoi lha btdda
i o,n t he aroom - 1 1 !" located
early lotnaht. .
Ml Clekford enh Ihll inontb
I obtained dlvoroo ' Mfndan, Nev ,
i rrion uwen Moore Mr irglrhgnhaf
rnrmni arlfe obtained a fllvoroo nnir
ly in yegra ago In New vnk.
Mlaa Pickford and Mr Kalrbavnha
ware married a( 10 SO o'olooli Sub
da nlghl it the i.-hiih-n if tho
Reverend Mr Broughor Thoae praa.
I I nt hi. luded Robori lealrbanha, a
i.rothei of iho brtdgatfroomi ami
Mrs. (farrbanaa, the bride'a mother;
, Mrn. charlotla Smith, Margery Daw,
also a million picture aetroNs; the
j ltr Henry Mile., Cook assistant
pggtoi of ihe Temple Baptkg ohuroh,
ami It S Sparks, dOPUt OOUItty
lelerk. who laened Hi,' llOOItOO Mr.
I'aii'li.inkH ai led .if Rrnoniemunii for
his brother ami latao " aatoa
The I, ride was dressed In While slid
Mi I 'all iiankn won. eVOtllltg dli'ss
The oaratnony tool, place as ooon
dm paator could raanh bis bo ml
arter OOndUCttng Ihe evening aery-
leea ai bis ohuroh,
tttOT Hi remony tho mlnisl
reao puaaagne iioin ine r,,Mi
he r. .n. eians. uaina
uini ii the bridegroom a mother had
given him nn she was dying.
It is understood Ihe OOJlipIO went
Immediately to i-air banks' raaldatieo
in Beverley lulls. Rear Ins Angeles.
OORT1NI BO OS PAOK HI X'l'gKN
CALL IS ISSUED
Walkout Set for Today
hut May Waii Until
III TIM ATI Inn nrriirm
UL VIH U V RCrUOllU
christian Refuses t' Accede
tn Socialist Demands;
New Ministry In.
i "y The a
I1il'l.lli.i:. Vlarsdi ltd
cross, i isaUnuatnd at lOO.OOt at
lasndiod u iiics'iing tonight orioui
iii i svoclallatg iii pro teal agataat
tho notion or King Christian iii ills
aolvtng lias .aiile oablnot.
OOP0NKACMBN. March an. it
has heen learned on th best author
its hhat '' gonaral otriko In protest
agalnal the new mtnlatry win begin
al r i . ... 1 1 Uednesilay Ii I-. not ex
boss rs er.
lo heromr general
King nh rial Ian announced tdday
bis refusal to OOmply With the ultl-
matum of i h. social democrats de
manding tii( relnatntament of the
.able ministry disuilssed in the king,
and other action In connection with
t lo- government t i isis.
The d'tnimd was made under the
'threat lhal t to- Panlsh trade unions
would meet toilav vsith a slew of or-
i (let ing a V o.-i .i s like il the throne I
did not pom ply
The actum demanded Inoluded thai
Immediate summoning of the rlgadag
and the restoration or constitutional
France (tins f p Demand
fo Hold Neutral Zone
BBHlslN, M itt h 'France hae
abajtiidontd her damand to ooeupy
the tititiiii eon e and hea ooneetited
to irciiii harmanv I'mhh iwu to three
efeebi to employ ""''"k to roe in
the dleturhed Ruhr Area, ai eurdinn
to annooaoement madfl to iho na
Uonal aeeambly today tiy ,hanel
tor U ueller.
Confidence In Voted
in Mueller' Cabinet
HKIU.1N, Mar h 30 The nation
al aaoambly today rejected a ion
of lack of is.nridence In the govem
monl and then adopted over the
votes m the Qgrman naUosnaliglg and
hidapandanl socialists, a moilon ap
proving the government s statement.
Allien Accept Dutch
'Note on Hohenzollcrn
la i ai-; March :n Tho allied
IpOWerS base accepted Hollands last
note regarding the former Herman
'emperor, i Img loan A tnst ci'dain
idUp.ili.il tu llio Lull Mull.
ICHAOS IN NAVY
DUE TO POLICY
I Mayo Holds Absence
' Foreign Stand Is
iMrrmo HUTU Allia
IJ rrrKo W Ml a WJ
Sharp Issue Taken With Ad
miral on Preparation anil
Management in War.
WASH INtl'PON, Match .10.
Faulty organisation In the new de
partment and Si bee nee of u definite
porelgn policy, except that of strict
neutrality," operated to pravonl
preparation of ihe entire navy for
the wn, Ragr Admiral Mayo, oont
Hiandar or tha tt lan tin fle.-t dnnng
ihe world war, deolared today bafora
tiiie aenata naval InveatigaUng oom
mlttee, Tho active tleel Itgelf, how
ever. w:u nrvrr hotter V'epared. he
aoid. than when war w is declared.
Admiral Maso Rastr Admiral
Hims' superior, terhnleajly at least,
during the war, took Issue with some
of the sggdomentg mode by thai
officer in Ins iiidi'Mmeut of the navy
dopartment'a oonduol of tap war. To
I Ihe charge that no adeiiate plan for
loo-operation with alllad navies bad
be.-n made in advance he answered
CONTINUED UN PAOI HSTSSN,
STOCKMEN ON STRIKE
rhltrall'n (, nupnm in ( hi-
int Mm win tUtnjain
N o BMpOsonte Rooe4v04l
CHICAGO, .March :i0. -Arbitration
of d.ff' i' in cm ImMwi cti 900 MtiikinK
mem ben "f ihe Uveatocb rlaadlere1
union and th' picking oampaAtee
w;is rejected todalf hv unJon officeti.
.(IlllCiUlit 1 O the lOell VMlUllI W
out ut til their demands for
wc increases nf from law to ji, a
Month were granted The men now
recelva from $ja to tlt a month,
union off loors said.
No shipment of .little, hogs or
sheep were i.s rtvcil at thtt yards to
I "sir ami Mrs. Douglas I
day itml packing company officers 1
admitted they would bo obliged to I
shift down If the strike continued j
ees. i ii days, forcing 50.000 oilier
workers out of employment.
The union today called out in fym.l
pathetic strike private watohinen
employed by the packers, leaving Iho
dockyards Without file protection
Othgr than that given by the s lty.
federal .1 uug Alaohular laal night i
refused the requegt of tho union to
arbitrate until nil gtrlkorg had re
turned to work. PVdem modlatoro
w.-re ixpci.-ted tomorrow to use tl, ;r
Influenoo in getting tic- mrn back.
ii. t Henkle, general manager of
the ITnlon stock Sards Tranalt com-
pgny, said the company WHS willing
to arbitrate bul lhal the workers
I had i olUOext
President Writes Al
lies Reminding Them
U. S. UNREPRESENTED
Country However Is Vitally
Interested in Preserv
RUSSIANS HAVE SAY
President Pleased That
They Arc to Help Gov
AdmitA Ground for Keep
ing Ottoman Power
But It Is Weak.
w a SI n .t ; TC N . mrofe 1 1, - v i i -
nrniln e prewlon "f ITrsIdrnt Wll
hi ft't (iplnlnn th.it tho often n
I r.sH-nl InlfMittnn r llm uDIom "(hut
Ihn aiinmitly of ttio TurkM tn Kurnt-n
m'huiIiI reiien,' Nliotild bd arTlii1 nul
In frnmitigc tho TutkHli trPAty cJiar
aMtttlilttd tit. Am''ii.Mn ri'j'iimlMr to
tltn Ml . notsi tr.ttiftnittinif infnr-
V1 1 Iti.tpi (in til' f-t.LllIM (f Ife itv n"H,'-
Whiit. ttir Btrvnicth t rKtimttfl
tut retention f the Tupkn to 0n
p. t : t t i n t p t wi t rriHiKt-lz'!! the nolo
maM. tka At"rt an rovi'rnmont bi
ttr M thilt "Ui' arWU IllitUrt .n- nn '
It lire f nr h( rniiijt-r mid run fn in rcr-
tain inijM'i ,itr rl-nu nis which It
v.'.hi il nol H' i'ni poMlhlo l.o ijenore,"
Tn American trjoinrifr w..i tind
rd t " thfl l-'ri nrh aintmnador hrr
f. ii .Ii t fur l t-i nMtn 1rWlnn to Prrml
rr MHI r. mm! land niH.fo iwiMtn lo
nia.hl hy rh . I a i I niM t ott itft
Vlrt thttl It hfl4 hri'ii ilrllvtnretl.
i ' 1 i ' 1 1 i ; t Wtlnnn. It ntyn "lnt-,
nut frpm H HdylNubln In tho present
ctrninifiaiu' ." Iljiit tho llniteii
! i iIch Ntnitild h ri'iircdH'-ntrd at tn
On frflnOflsfl na niiKK',,d hy the al
lied oonununlosoUon Ho fcoin, how
ever, it ffu Added, that "iut thl
government in vitn Uy tnlorenti-d In
ortd pi are, tt fthoiiM frnnkly ri
pri'sn IIh vit'Wd on tho propoMrd mo
IijiI'imh of the qucMlonH connected
With the 'PtirklMh trHty."
t'otnrnent on Homo tcrrltnrial
phsUMI end on the ebolc mlr
program of tho propoMHln uh to the
aty u.ih deferrt'd pirKlinvr mor
wnplote Inmrmefon on obJot-tH
noil ir lit.
Tito nntr Mild, however, tliat It in
th tiinh rHtandiiiR of th. povern
ment of the tTnttod Siatw ihat what-
(v'fr territortAi onaiieTefl nr ;irramro-
inentH may he mado in tho former
Dlt'itnan empire HUh 0Alie;eji or ar-tdiiKmi-ntN
will In no way plane
Atnerioej) oiUfloai of oorporatloneg or
ill.- tlti.iiM tir oorpornilniiM nf any
Other eoujitty. In a leH fiivoraWo
litnatton, than ihe elttzene or cor
DOI t'lunn of any power party to the
The American fiiproeelOll notew
with pleasure tha-t. the prnvtfsion 1ft
made for miHHian repreeentettoii on
the InternAttonal eounetl erhloh it
prODOOed hall tie eHt;illlMhed for the
fcnvrrnriH'iit uf . nnMt;i nt lnuplo und
the HtruitH. '
In tliiM et nrteetinn, It add:
"ThW ifovernment im ronvlt'(d that
no HrraiiKi'incnt '.hat In now made
enn'-nrninfr the icovernnifnt and con
trol 'f ConetMtTnople ami the etrmiti
rim have any eW'tnentu of prtna
iiMttry ut.N-rvs the vital InterrwUi nf
Kttala Jn thOOfl prohlem.i nro ear
folly provided for and protected ami
Mnltftrt it l.i umlerHtuml that HtiriHla.
wrheti it haw ii government retK
n. zed hy the civilized world, may a.n
eert Its ritrht to he he.ird In ropard
o ihe deoltion now mado.'
M.n-h :!0 The
Arm i lean not., on Turkey
"1 have the honor to acknowledge
receipt of your excellency's note of
Mar b II, relailve to tho conference
regarding the peace .treaty with
Tin!.' v atld the prggonl status of Ihe
negotiations between Ihe principal
gllTed powers, and reply to Inform
you that the preshlept does not
CONTi'NCSp ON aA0S F.IOHT.
CHICAGO EMPLOYES STRIKE
City Hall Clorlss Walk tlul I irem. n
Mas Also gull Others Out.
CHICA.OO, March 30 Wifh 1,000
gty hall clerks, stenographers' and
bookkeepers on strike tod iy the mil.
nlripal garbage redo. n pin'
closed through the walkout of 400
parbagn handlers, and Ihe threel of
00 per cent of t'nemen to n sign un
less wage advances wn.. granted,
Chicago tonight was faced with a
general strike of olty employes
The city council, which early today
rejected a revived budget oalllng for
an Increase of $1,000,000 tn preside
salary ads.inoes. met again tonight.
i oiier groups of city em ploy eg, in
cluding sewer worl.ers, st-c i 'nspec
loist. pumping htatioii engmrore and
trio laboratory staff o( toe health
co lissioner's office threatened lo
strike unless wage advanagg wore
fityn MreVlu Tonlgat,