Newspaper Page Text
RELIABILITY CHARACTER ENTERPRISE
OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER
I AVHRAOi: SWOFt.V NKT PAID
VOL. XIV, No. 196
TULSA OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY. APRIL 10, .1920
18 PAGES. PRICE 5 CENTS.
ASK U. S. ACTION WHEN STRIKE SPREADS
j Final Edition j
1' I UllCn 1
N o t o Declares
Will Re Held Fully
TO PREVENT RUPTURE
French and British to Smooth
Over Hrcuk Says London
AID OFFERED BY BELGIUM
Small Unit to Bo Sent
Help Frcscli at Frank
fort; Confusioli Seen.
I'MtIS, April 10. Instructions
Villi In- M!lll l III!) IllllNIl leplc-
M'tilatlvn here not to intend tho
lniwndlng confotviiiv of ambassador-.
r rriiutv show signs of
Intending lo tii(ltiue lifting Inilc
iwnilcntlv In (,'ciinnii nffaliM. snjs
Pcrtlnnx, political editor of the
IVho tie ParK Ili Mtyw tliU
ft ! tlnviit" has boon formu
lated "In itililiilnn to tho i-onelu.
hlmn mm rorlli In semi-official
dnlcmcnts from (Ik- lsindou cab
inet." Py The Associated frees.
DHULIN. April ?. Tho Ocmum
government has forwarded to Dr.
;on Mayer, Gcrmun chargo d'affaires
at Paris, an rmphatlo note declaring
that Oermany will hold l-'runco ro.
t-ponslblc for nil duiniiKcx mid cnmiul.
tlrs RrowltiK out of Iho oncup.itlnn of
the clttpti In llcxiT, which l'icnch
troops have entered.
PARIS, April 9. Dr. von M.ijrr,
the Herman charRP d'affaires, him
hunded to Premier Mllleraiul a note
from tho Clcrman Kovcrnnirnt de
rliirlnc that Oermnny will hold
Franco responsible for the eonno
o.uencc of violent Incidents In
I"aul Cnmbon. tho French nm
baM.idor In Ixindnn, Jiiih been In
Ktructeil to preHcnt to the British
Koverntnent the renponi-c of the
French Kovernniont to thn nolo dent
to France by (Ireat Rrltaln jesterdav
with repard to the French Invasion
of tho Uuhr.
Raron De (lalffer d'llestroy. Rel
Clan amhiirisndor. offlelnlly notified
'lie Freneh uoverntnent this inornliiK
of the decision of the HelKlan sov
erninent to aHsoclale Itself with the
measures lal;en liy France for the
mtlliary oecnpatlnn of Herman cltleH.
liy The Associated Preaa.
''hi,i;nx. April n.
was lven lodav through the Relglan
military mission here of tho formnl
participation of Uelgltim In the
French action In occupying Frank
fort Ilelglum Is sending a detach
ment of troops with the Freneh to
mark Us co-operation. It Is an
nounced. fiily a smnll Relglun unit, the
strength of a b.tttallno. will be sent,
'he soldiers probably going to
LONDON. April 0. Paul Cnmbon.
'he French ambassador, has formally
sen such explanations to Lord Cur
lon, the foreign minister, legardlng
ine policy to be pm sued by Fritter I
In rnnnecllon with the riertnnn sltua '
,.,. . , . . , , ,
t on us to lead lo the ovpoctulUitl i
ni in. .. II 1 , umipill
KinnAti.-.t u- i.-n...1n .,.,,1
Ores, ,,;,', the d.ploma.lc -
tZy0t V " !
Th ,',i,i . ..i i nv i
Hie MllOdllllllC QOr tOllaV Is 0-
'Uorge leaves for Sail Renin the
ins situation among the allies ie
esnling tho French oeeupii'ton
movement In the neutral y.one ap
peared today In be one of confusion
So far as could be learned, tho rep
MentatUes In iindon of the allied
powers hud not been Informed v. hat
"leps might be taken to clear up the
"dfuatlon or even whether a confer
ence was In lie held to discuss It.
Italy's attitude respecting the
French occupation ol Frankfort con-i"-s
f illv with that expressed In be-
ian or tirrnt lirltaln in the Mtiite. i
jiert iMsueil last evening. Vltorlo
Scialola, the Italian forelgn'minlster.
slated todny. I
sees suffag"e success;
RanlcU Sajs Kalllhulloii Is Ahsiired
nJ North Citfollnii lgMaturc. 1
WAKIIINCITON, April 0. Ueclnra,. I
nous of the North Carolina demo
'ratio ht(llc conventjon yesterday 111
ravoi' of rutirinntlnii nf tlm u-nmim 1
uffraKo amendment intanrl It "H all
over but the shouting." Secretary
"anil-Is s,ild In n tolegram sent loday
Mre. Carrie Chapman i'alt. presi
dent of the National AVoman Suf
'raKe nssoclutlon. '
t."Th" North Carolina legislature,
bnorlly to bo filled In Kpcclal nes
"inn. is certain to ratify," the sec
"lory said, "thus giving us tho 36
. sv.. K'"'"-., Mieilal Sl.oo. '
,"""' ffl'd arllni Meak. cream
Villi. '"""Jle pnlaloe., fried cahbaee.
T nl.1'.": ' i" P. m. and the nuallly
World's News Told
in Condensed Form
For Hurried Readers
lllllMINrlllAM, Ma. April 9 To
"" I" "H alka "f life, have,
l"ln"l I lie lllrmlliirham in r mil i-luh in h!
iniiipaieii hkmimii the niKh coal uC cloth
ln. clAUHKliN, Aid., April S -IlolrttUin1
here appeared hi theli weekly luncheon
today dreeod In ovei-alla. t'nlletl Hlutfm I
Hcnalor Underwood aa HinunK the it lice I a.
HT. I.OlrtM. Amll .IV I l.'.irr.r
former army lniiltir. .rrMl.il lir .ii.r.
imy. vn iriuumi lo I'lne III II C, ATK.t lo-
iil. hirn he In wanted In nni.r n
r,'f of perjury In connection with a
r'k0,,!" h "blBl,"u '""y-
I'HICAdO. April . .Sever hand nur
wife h revolver while In Iho milled of a
family argument himI dare her In ahoot.
r'ranli llrnwii. h union bualnie nRxnl. ill. I
o, Mm. Ilruwn incepted tltn Invltnllon
ami her ami waa good. Itrovvn la dead.
ST. LOl'IM, April 0. The democratic na
tional rntivciillnti mint Humiliate the eland
of President W tlnuu for unmodified rati
fication of I hi pcaie treaty, United
Mintea Senator-David I Walsh, democrat
of Maeaactiiif alia, declared In mi ad
droaa licre lonltht.
IM,'lll:I.O. Colo.. April 9. I.lrrl Judea
I.rwla alk'ocit nn Injiincltnn cnlcr tlila aft
prnoon prnhlklilriK IHalilct Attorney Tl
row from iirmlni; olilrnfo of atli'ired
proflleprliiK to Hie flprnt Kraml Jury now
In apfiHlon hrre. Tli Injunctions wera
aalteil for liy inerrlianH of Denver aint by
thrco t'olorarK' cotnpanlea.
PAW PAW, MlchT-April 9. Trial of
Mrs. Haruti Talmr on h charue of man
alnt'Klilir In tonnecilon Willi the ileaili
of tier (lHUKliler, .1rs, Maude Tabor
VItko. ',ia art lo npiu April 19. tt u
arm.otinreil today at tlm conclualoii of u
prelltnlnaiy liearliis. The iiianalauiclilor
vliarcc wua aubNtltuted for one of murder.
llAVf. Kan. April 9 Tho alnle hoard
of niltntnlHtrallon lias dlmolPKed I, faaper
llart'. Iirud of tlm Knslluli departinelit
and dlreelor of the tlhllr liervlce itlvlaloti
at the l'ort Maya normal srhool, IternUN
of roccni publicity Klvea tho aebuol In
ronnerllnn ultli the ducUlnic of faculty
luenihrra and students by classmen. It be
ralno knunii hele today.
WASHINflTON', AprTl 9. The senate
rlri-tlona t'ommltteo todny ordered h full
and Immediate- Investigation of the Ford
Newberry election by tho subcommittee of
"lilt-h rienator Wataon, rcpubllean of In
dhtna. la rlmlrmaii, and which ntll be
h i hi ni.ii inr i purpoee or rrrounuiiK i
of the ballots ct In MIchlBan for both
WAMII INOTON, April 9. Appointment
of li receiver In the lied river boundary
controversy between Oklahoma ninl Teaa
will not be made by the supreme court
lllittt It rcasiemblea April 19, court nf
flclala said today. The clerk of tho court
tndav received the declination of Jacob
M. Dickinson of C'tileaKo to aerva aa re
(.rlvcr on account of III health.
siiffniVV.V- t'ha'i' lL'i.Jrir'ooTj ba MinneuverH lasting two week,.
30lli atatn to ratify the federal aiiffraea I The sennto vote eliminates enm
ameniinicnt wero blneted today when ts 1 pulsory training from consideration
members of ttio lower houae elgned
pledKn to vole aitaliiHt ratification ilurlnc
thlo peeslon. The pledge does not extend
beyond the prenent sesalon. Thero are only
at niembera uf tho tower Iiouhc.
IIOSTON, April 9. laauance by the au
lireme court of n temporary Injunction
atralnlnc certain peraoui from taking
further action Intended In Interfere with
the trueteea of the t'hrltlun Hclencn
Puhllnhlnir eoclety or to Injuie the hunl
ncea of the society waa announced today.
The uupstlon of innkliiR the Injunction
rermanent will bejargued on May J
WASIIINdTON, April 9 - Pour Jewa
were Mllpd and SIS ncra wounded while
three Moslems were silled and 85 wound-
ed and .eveial Chrlitlnna were wounded
In the riot Ilia I broke out In .lennalem
folliiwimt conflict between Jewa and i
,ialiil while a Moalem prnceajlon wa In
proitrws. aci'ordlnie lo atate department '
idvlcee loilay. The dlipatchea eay that I
the dlaturbed conditions In Jerusalem are
now under cunlroL
WASttlNOTON. April 9. lnvealtisatlnn
of lilsli ehoa prlcea was beirun today liy I
the senate commerce committee with Jud-1
eon '. vyelllVer. a VVaahlnstml eorrepond-,
ent. as n o Iirai wunvaa. iiuhiok ma lumi-
mnny on luforinallon received from the
fedeial tiade cominlaolon and other i
eourcea. the wiiiiiph ileclaren lliui eiurni
taut profits were being mado In tho shoe
trade, rupeilalty by tetallera Home form
of government control of prices was auf
TIN.KV Olila prll i Mailmum, 7i
'minimum, ii, rorth wlnda, clear.
111. I.rt lll.'l piHiim.rty ,iii-ifi..iii
rUm,Un,. (ollowed by ahowera. Hunday
t. rnl.dl.lv ri.li- noil en iler.
i.(iiT1stAN'A- riatunlay cenerally fair.)
",AH.VArHrr;'"(a,ur1Uy tnoreaalng cloudl-1
neaa. eornpwhnt wam.er In eat and aouih
,,. ,K,il,lv .bower., cooler
and' Hunilav ponelbly ahnwem Haturday,
,0!'": K"n'1" .
Given Welcome by lulsans
Plans for an elaborate reception
for Jackson Harnett and his brldo
of a few weeks were carried out
In ilrtall last night at Hie homo
or A. I Monrehead, local real
estate man. at 510 North Denver,
".lack." his bride, her daughter
and their nttorney, arrived Irnm
Cofreyvllle at 7:30 o'clock yester
Decorations filled tho entlro
house. An elaboritto dinner had
been prepared anil was, riorvod
by pretty whllo aproned wai
tresses everything ran smooth
ly. Apparently, none of tho party
nought publicity and none would
have given out that the wealthy
Indian was In Tulsa, but for tljo
Inovltablo news dispatches which
come from Wlnfleld during thn
last three days during thn habeas
corpus proceedings being heard
before special Judge A, l. Jack
son, who ordered Harnett and his
wife to return to Menryntta.
After a few pieces on tho piano
played by the hostess, the party,
consisting of Mr and Mrs. Moore
head. Mr and Mrs. H.trnctt Miss
Muxlite Lowe daughter of Mrs-.
Harnett bv n former husband,
Harold MeCiugln, Sirs. Harnett's
uttonicy and Mra. Linn Chapfk),
i.nii iv nuui I l.u
Senate Shelves Compul
sory Service With
NEW FIGHT IS OPENED
Battle Starts lo Strip Bill of
All Trninintr Provisions;
Vote Is Deferred.
SUBSTITUTION IS ACCEPTED
Upper Branch by Count of
to 5) Incorporates Vol
WASIIINTO.V, April S. Compul
.sody mllltnry training was nht'lvcd
today In the donate, and, after a
plan for voluntary IrulliliiK of youths
wiiM HUhstitutetl In the nriiiy orKanl,
station bill, a ficht wn.s started to
elliulnatii that and strip the hill or
all training provision
Final action went over until .Mon
day, the honato voting il lo D to
Hiil.stltiite lli- voluntary for tho com
pulsory method. t
Theio wiih no direct ote on the
compulsory plan, ttn defeat wuM
eoncedud, and, lo provido for koiiio
method for training American
youtlm, many iidvocnteM of compul
sory training mippnrtoit tho iiniend
nieiit of Senator l'rullnghiiNen, re
publican of New Jersey, Incorporat
ing the voluntary method. Chair
man ndriworth of tho military
ii, . , "
r,"' ,mll,nP. R:vn "t'',o "nit vlKorous
flirlll ivnlll,! Il.l Itl.l.la li. mini.. ...
fight would li" Ill, Hie to retain thn
voluntary plan under which nil
youtlm between tS ami 28 years o
age eniil, enlist for four months'
training In. any year nelected by
them. Upon (concluding ti-ulning they
wonild enter tho organized reserve,
fop five jears and during that period
ne ronuireii to participate twice In
In future development of thn army
organization hill. Tho house Mil has
no training provisions compulsory,
ui . till, li iui ,y jinn mu I'llliirulMI
method, therefore, will not como bo
fore tho conferees.
The roll call follows on (he -nib-stlttitlon
of voluntary' training.
For voluntary training: Republic
e.tns Itornh, Calder. Caliper. Colt
tmmlns. Curtis. Dllllnghnm. Kllilns,
!,;, .,,. Jones, Washington:
1 Kellogg. ICenyotl. I.enrool. Ildge,
; McN'ary Nelson, Nortis, Page, Smoot.
,, ,llwi AVni-ren
i ",,p"'rr """ ni-ren-..
1 lemni-ratH Ashurst IleeMiam,
Chamberlalii, t'ulberson. Dial, tiny,
rirrrv ril.-ian llnrn Il irrW llllr.li.
.' ' ,',i, V.i.i,.. ati-ii
eock. Kendrlck, Klrhy, .McKellar,
Nugent, Plielan, Pnmerene, linns-
doll, .Sheppard. Hlmmons, Smith,
Arizona- Kw.inson and Trammell.
-I. Total for tfi.
Against volunlnry Iralnltlg'
i,.niibKeanseV -llrandagce. Keven.
- . . , . ,
MeCumber, Mflses. New, Polndexter,
Democrats--Myen and Plttman. John A. lirett or Ariltnore, ropro
D. Toinl ngalnntp. scntlng thn Oklahoma Ilaplliit nnl-
or senators absent and paired. It vrcslly lit Hhnwiiee, won tho rirst
wflH announced that Senators Frel- prlzu of from four other contcst
Inghuvsen of New Jersey and "Wat. imtH horn tonight at tho annual cou
son: Indlnna. republicans, favored test of tho slaty Intercollegiate onl
the voluntary plan, while Senator
AleCormlek, rcHihllcnn of Illinois,
llcisirl Clothing Stolen.
Frank Frell of rlipnlpa reported
k'(!'r0 rTi&ll n Mint 'place "ha3
rr.!:ilRI, ,',Ut U Wo". h of
clothing and other properly belong-
Is believed to have taken an Inter.
roban r tr for Tulsa.
a friend, went to the Orphcuin
A box watt reserved for tho party
and when all wero sealed. Just be
fore tho orchestra began to play
nnd the llgntri grow dim, S. .1.
Stocknrd, manager of the thnuter,
Introduced the distinguished
- ApplaiiRO lasted ,-ieveral minutes
after tho .Ttnllenrn learned that
thn Indian and his wife wero pres
ent. A liuza nf conversation was
heard. Indicating that almost
everyone In thn theater recognir.ed
tho name ".Millions," could bo
heard whispered front ear to ear.
After tho theater party, the
Harnett's were og.tln taken to tho
Mnorohcad homo where they
spent tho night- Maxlue. Mrs.
Hnrnett'rt daughter, also spent tho
night with tho Mnoreheuds, To.
day, the couple plans to contlnuo
their Journey back to Harnett's
home, neur llenryntta Due to
.bud ronils, Iho trip will bo mado
by rail. Moorehead said.
The tinntillnient proceedings
against thn mnrrlnge of Mrs.
Laura Lowe to Jackson Harnett,
will bo heard Miuy .11 at Wjnflolrt.
Kan, tho attorney said, The trial
was postponed Thursday without
any witnesses from tho depart
ment oi tho interior being heard,
I liy The AKociateif I'reea
OKLAHOMA CI TV, API 11 10
Women were the Mrst signeis of
the petition to tcN-r ratirieatlon of
the woman miffruKo amendment to
I a vote of the people this morning
i Within a few inlllllliiti lifter Hie
ililestlon hud been filed with Joo
.Mortis, secretary of state, petitions
were being clicnlnted about the
cap It ol. Miss ICdihi Wagner of
this city was the rirst signer. She
vuih followed by Mrs. Virginia
IlrnnK. also of this city.
Illanh petitions were being sent
to all parts of tho stale Unlay by
Attorney (leneral H P. Froellng. i
They are In be circulated by ipeni- 1
bcrri of the Confederate veterans.
IFOR POLICE HEAD I
New Administration De
cides Upon His
DUNCAN IS ATTORNEY
Tentative Selections Made at
Informal Session of New
II. F. N'ew l lock, present commis
sioner of finance, will bo police com
missioner tinder tho new administra
tion. Judge Prank i;. Duncan Is to
be city attorney.
The asslguliiunt of New block to
Ifcad the department of police and
ftro was decided upon tiiiaiilmously
at a meeting of tho newly elected
mayor nnd commissioners held yen
tcrdd.y afternoon. The selection or
Judge Duncan us city nttorney was
ulso unanimously agreed upon. Moth
the assignment anil appointment ,ivt
tentative in that no official action
cun be taken until the new officials
aio sworn Into office on the first
meeting day In .May.
In assigning Newblock lo head
tho department of police and f're tho
republican officials stated after tho
meeting that they worn but following
otfi their defined policy of recogniz
ing public opinion and that the dem
ocratic official was selected for the
Job because of his splendid iUnl!flca.
lions tin a police officer.
While the proper rilling or other
orrices nnd i.'Oinmlsslonershlptf was
discussed at yesterday's meeting, no
official action was taken other than
that of definitely deciding upon the
positions to be filled by Mr. New
block and Mr Duncan.
BRETT IS BEST ORATOR
Ilaptlst Cnlwrsltjr Student Win
First PrI Joseph Looney Ser
ond .Miss Jones In Contest.
lljr Associated. Preaa Mate Wire
OKLAHOMA CITV. Anril 3.
thai association, Jio Is n son of
Judge ittilhcrford Ilrctt, formerly of
the state supremo court. Ills sub
ject was, "Facing tho Problems of
Joseph C. Looney. represtftitlng
the University of Oklahoma, won
second prize of J10 with an oration
on "Thn American Leglun." Ilo Is
a graduate of Oklahoma Cily high
school. Ills homo Is In Hcmlnolu
(ontostuitlft worn II. 8. Wag
ner of C.titlirie. Oklahoma City col
lege, subject, "Tho Menuco of Mill
turlsm." II. L. Wtiru of Conway,
Ark., A. it M. college, subject, ".May
Duy," .Miss Klvlra Jonca of Tulsa,
Kendall college, subject, "Womuu'u
Duty as a Citizen."
Judges of tho contest were KImer
Thomas of Medlcltio Park, C. 13.
daily of LI Heno unit II. M. Fowler
Hoover Not lo Run
on Democratic Ticket
Ni:V VOUK. April 9.- HcrberlJ
uuuvcr again huh nnswereu no to
un Inquiry whether ho would nccept
the demucratlc nomination for pres.
I lueni ii u was oncicii to nim
in u. leleirriim faint tiiflitv to
Chandler M. Wood, chairman of tho
executive cominliteo of the dorno.
cratle state committee of Mitssachus.
etts, Mr Hoover stated his position.
Abandon (ins Cue,
OKLAHOMA CITV, April 9... Four
state Institutions will abandon gas
nnd fuot oil for coal this year, It
Is stated today. Tho Institutions
are tho state canltol. univciKlty hos
pital. Kdmund Slato Nbrmnl school,
mid university preparatory school at i
Tonknwa. The state this weok pur. !
chased 27 000 Ions of coal at mil
uverago price of Jl 25 a Ion
Monte Memorial Srritre,
Memoital tervliea will he held at Moot
Heme, lll'i Houlh lloalnn, at 3 1. m.
i Sunday afternoon The Itev Harold II.
Cooke nnd Manr Hubbard will apeak,
1 aim short addreaaea by nlhee uromlnenl
men. All Moota and families dequeued
and Ihe public Invited to attend.
FOR ENDING WAR
Peace Resolution Is
Carried by Vote of
2-12 to 1C0.
22 DEMOCRATS' JO IN
Republicans Claim Knough tnihi'TheA.,.iate,iPre.
Pass Declaration Over
DEMOCRATIC MOTION LOST
Appeal for Straight Repeal
of Wartime Laws Is Voted
Down by 222 to 171.
WASHINGTON, April 9. Tho re
publican Joint resolution declaring
the state of war with (Icrmany at
an end and repealing most of tho
war-tlmo legislation was adopted by
tho house, it now goes to thn eon
ate. Tho vote on thn passage of the
peace resolution wa.i 22-1 to 1C0,
Twonly-twn democrats Joined
with thn republican majority In sup
porting the resolution and two ro
publicum voted ngalnnt Us adoption.
Democrats voting for tho resolu
Fuller of Massachusetts nnd Kel
ley of Michigan.
Hefnrn adopting tho resolution,
tho hoiisn voted down a motion by
llepresentative Flood of Virginia,
tho ranking democrat of thn fot-
elgn affairs committor, lo send tho
resolution hack to ths committee,
with Instructions to report out n
substitute repealing nil war-tlmo
Thn vote on that motion wa.i HI
for. and 'i'iZ against.
On tho democrat substitute of
fered as a motion tp recommit thn
only voto other than that on adop
tion on thn resolution permitted
under thn rules, three democrats
lined up with tho republicans, whllu
two republicans Joined tho major
ity. Thn greater break In the demo
cratic ranks came nn thn final vote.
CliHlrman Pnrter of tho rorolgn
nffatTs committed claimed litter tlm
roll call that twenty votes would
carry the resolution over 11 presi
dential veto, Demncratlc members,
however, said u vole on that ques
tion would sen party alignment vir
I'mls Word Ilaltle.
Thn vote otided n two-day Imttlo
of wonls In the house. Tho ruin
yum rigidly enforced, preventing all
attemptH at amendment of t ('solu
tion put forward by republicans on
direct offci'H of substitutes. Only
tho recnmmlttmcut motion wiui uc
eeiUed nnd thero was no preliminary
presentation or tho democratic pro
posal. Tho debalo began nt 4 1 o'clock
yesterday morning and occupied all
tho time nf the house for more than
12 hours, It whs marked through
out by shnrp partisanship except
for those on each sldn who broke
away rrom party linos lo Join tfio
Former Speaker Clark and Rep
resentative Kllehln or North Caro
lina, took a leading part in the right
on the democratic side, whllo Hep
rebontatlvn Mnndell, thn republican
leader, who closed tho debate, re
enlveil ri icnrni L-enotlnrr from his
party colleagues. llepresentative
Kitchln's spcoch aroused tho ileum
crnts to an outburst irT cheering as under the ever Increasing high cost i cents, will become effective, liient
hn riKucillpd the pnnll lillcn , mniiiiiei-.i of living the switchmen eaiiuot sup- i hers of Iho corporation commission
ship, charging them with hypocrisy port themselves and family on $r..3 J ( said today. ....
and challenging them to present a and IS a day. the present wage A temporary order for tho In
sttnlght proposal for repeal of the scale They maintain that this is: crease of rated was Issued several
wnr-tlmii legislation If they worn the lowest wage scale paid for ex. weeks ago by tho commission upon
sincere At the close of his speech pert service In any line or work In condition that the new contract ho
Mr. Kltchln buffered a coape re- the Fnlted Staten. I made lo furnish a. inoro adequate
suiting from what was said by his. " " .supply of gas. The order will not
physlcluns to bo a slight stroke or , UpnutUdto WUhoII ' bo tnndn periimnitiit. it is Bald, until
paralysis. Iteprosentatlvo Mondelll ' " KCpiUUUlL 1 IIHUII ,(lf,r examination Into conditions .r
expresses the sympathy or the heuso ; $1(111(1 Oil LcdfllC lm"lnoH affairs of the gas com-
with Mr. Kltchln, tho members
standing iih he spoke
H0WAT IS "SENT"
Mine Ix'iuler llefuses to AiiMirr
auctions nnt. U Incartfra.ed
riTTOiiuiiu, K.nn A'Y" , ?,',""
Alexantlcr Ilownt, jiresldent of dls -
trlet No. 11, United Jllno AVnrllcrH
of Anierlcu. and thrco othor dls-1
trlct ofriclnls wore sent th Jail by j
District Judge A. J. Currun hero to-1
day ror refusal to testify herore tho1
new Kansas Industrial relations i
Ilownt and his thrco associates,
who were charged with contempt of
court, wero taken to Jail at tllrurd,
Kan., late today.
Judgo Currau'H order provided
that they shall remain In Jail until
they ugree to iitiswor questions pro-
pounded to thum by the Industrial j v0rld to find a bargain In u bust-
court or until they shall ho released nc,H, lot, rcrtldonc, hottl, apart-
on bond pending nn appeal lo tho1,,,,,,,!, uutnmobl!o--nnythUig and
Mate supremo court
What tho next step on thn part of
counsel for the miners would be hud
not been announced tonight.
Hesldes Ilownt, these district union
officials wero sent to Jull by Judgo,
August Dnrch), vieo president;
Thomas Harvey, secretary-treasurer,
una itoncri rotter, luuitor.
Pontotoc Farmer Is Held
on Bank Robbery Charge
John Cathey Arrestcd-Cashier of Pontotoc
County Bank Is Held Up- Robbcra Get
Loot at Coleman State Bank Bandits Try
to Enter Bank at Lcncpah in Nowata
A lone masked Inindlt held up the
cashier nt the Poiitoloit Ismk or Pon
totoc entity jeslerilay afternoon l i
I o'clock and obtained (2,000 in
cash. John Cathey, a farmer lUlug
near Pontotoc, Is helinj held, charged
wlih Ihe robberj. according lo In
formation reaching Kugc tin Hum,
secretary of the Oklahoma. Hankers
Thn tnesHigo stated the bnndlt
walked Into the bank nt closing time
and pointed n pistol In tho easliler'n
face, demanding he turn over the
money. After obtaining tho funds
tho bandit forced the cashier to get
Into tut automobile with him and tho
two drove two mites Into Ihe coun
try, and then tho bandit told thn
cashier to get ottl and walk to town.
Hurrying back to the town the
ciudtler organized n posse and went
alter thn itibbcr. .Men coining to
town saw a man with tire trouble
anil spoke to him, Proceeding, they
met tho possn and told them ubiiiit
the man fixing his tire
Tlio posse caught up with tho tnnn
nnd arrested him at his home. The
money was not found rU Cnthy'n
home, but he was taken to Tisho
mingo nnd placed In Jail. Tho car
which ho was driving was said lo
answer the description of tho ear In
which thn cashier wan forced to ride.
Itobbery or thn Citizens' National
Hanli or Loucpnh, Nowula county,
wan attempted inrly this morning
NO DANGER HERE
OF YARD STRIKE
Switchmen Will Fulfill
Contracts, Say Union
ARE NOT SATISFIED
Declare Wac Scale Unfair
but Oppose Walkout in
There Is no Imminent danger of
a switchmen's strike In tho yards of
Tulsa according to U ('. Ixidley,
local chairman of the yard men for
thn Frisco, and 11. II, Mellett, act.
lug chairman or yard men of tho
.Midland Valley, who In lichuir or tho
Brotherhood of Itullwny Trainmen,
will In any event Insist that tho
switchmen carry out their present
existing contracts with tho railway
companies of Tulsa,
"At present there nrn 110 switch
men employed In the Tulsa yards,
7!i by Iho Frisco. 29 by thn Midland
Valley and about ir by thu Katy.
Of these pnsethly 1,1 belong to tho
organization of yard men which Is
the outlaw union behind the switch
men's Htrlkn in the Lirgo railway
While the orflelnls here will op-
poto tho mlllng of any strike by tho
, SWltehllien 111 thn TlllBa VnrdS, they
Insist that they are not satisfied with
the nresenl wage fli'alo, bidding that
1 ST LOt'lK. April 9 -The demo
- - ;
, kiiii ror uiiiiioilirieil raiiucaiioii m
the peneo trealy, I'lilted States Sena-,
" r J ""Vr.t in an 'ad-
I dress hero tonight
Thn decree ulso proposed abolition
at less than actual value and you of tho Pan-American union, with I
will Hicli bo libit) to sell at a profit. headquarters lit Washington, tho!
Vnu bavo the opportunity every Central Ainerlcinui ouit of Justlco
il.iv In tho AVunt Ad pages nt Thonind tho international court of urhl-i
everything thill Is salable may bo
found earh day in the Want Ad
limes ai most reiiiiirnanio suei uir."rt,
The World Want Atls every day
In the week are wonder workem.
Telephone your Want Ads to
I Tho World. Phono Osage 6000
ask for Want Ad taker.
accotitlng lo n repntt mndo thin af
ternoon lo Kiigcuo P. Cl ii tit, secre
tary or tlm Oklahoma, Haitkera' iu-
soelatlnn. AVIth tooln stolen rrom n
hlar.litimlth tdiop and nn nxn taken
rrom it fire station the bandits en
tered the building bv breaking n
plate glass window. They dug n
hole through the brick wall of thn
vault, hut i nit when thev canio Into
eTTTilact with n tin If Inch nteel wall.
Hlnnd Rtnlns worn found where the
plate glass window bad been brokes.
AIlDMOItK. Okla.. April 9.-John
Cathey, who h alleged to have rob
bed tho National Hank of Tisho
mingo yesterday Is under Indictment
for killing Mike Hrokennhoulilor, Ills
hrnthrr-lti-Uw several weckrt ngo In
Two mnall hoys told pnssemen
they saw Cathey remove his niank
when hid car stalled. Thn prlsonor
refuses to inakn any statement.
COI.KMAN. Okla. April !). -Ixiot
valued at $112, consisting of one r0
Liberty bond and cash, was taken
from tlm Coleman Hlalo Hank early
this morning when robbers hroko
Into the vault with u sledge hammer.
The robbery wns dlnoovorod this
morning by Leo llobbs, cashier when
hn went to the bank to open It for
Tho Inc.k on thn rront dnnr had
been hrnkon with tools stolen rrom
n blacksmith simp and section house
No clue to the robbers Iioh been
CONTRACT TO GET
MORE GAS SIGNED
Oklahoma Natural Ac
cepts Terms of Creek
RATE TO BE ADVANCED
New CharKcs Become Effec
tive as Soon as Supply
Is Made Available.
liy AMorlaled 1'rena ttatn Wire.
OKLAHOMA CITV, Okla,. April 9.
Contract for gas from thn Creok
County Oas company wuh signed In
Chicago today by tho Oklahoma Nat
ural Oas company, according to a
telegram received by tho utiilo cor
poration commission. It In expected
tho contract will prntUo at least
20,000,000 cubic feel of gas n day
for distribution by thn Oklahoma
Nattiial Has company, of which ap
proximately ono-lhlrd, or 7,000.000
cublo feet, will be thu share of Okla.
(las Is to start flowing next Thurs- I
day, April la, Into Iho pipes or tlm
Oklahoma Natural aim company, the
curt ti n t-t provides.
As soon .t the additional supply
begins tho Increased rate for domes
tic consumption of gas, from 10
cents n thousand cublo feet to 48
i IIUH) "I'll .I.HH t,IJ HIHI,IBIHi
CONTINUtUl ON PAOn lll'TKUN.
EXCLUDE U. S.
Congress of Salvador AVant.s This
Country Kept Out of Latin ,
AVAHHINOTON, April 9. After
receiving the state departmont'tt In
terpretation of tho Mo n ron doctrlnn
the congress or Salvador adopted a
decreo proponing a Iitlii-Amcrlcnu
nlllaneo with tho United States ex
trillion. Tho United States was in-
stnimontul In tho organization of tlio;
unrtm and of thu two courts. '
Tho decreo proposes tho creation'
of a taitln-Amcrlcati court to set-,
imnu.v . uu i.uiunvu.
Copies of lite decreo havo been
sent to tho Uitln-Amerbait repiib-
it was learned todny. Tho depart
lies nnd ulso to tho slnto department,
ment, however, has nut made it
Trainmen Inquire If
Rail Law Can Be
Used; Control Lost
MORE MEN GOING OUT
"Outlaws" Gain Recruits;
30,000 Arc Reported on
Strike in Country.
DENY BREAK OCCURS
Union Chiefs in Chicago
Tell of Men Returning;
"Renegades Refute It.
CONGRESS WILL ACT
Probe to Be Made; Wilson
Still Fails to Name
Rail Labor Boards.
CLKVKIUND, OIilo, April 0. A
slgniil httitcniciit mis Ishiicil hero
tonight by tho chiefs of Uic four
big brolherlioodrt snjltiff tlw iirrs
ent slrlko of switchmen wns
originated to destroy tlm Ill-other-I
mod of llallrnnd Trainmen nnil
Iho SwIicIhiiWi'm Union of North
America, and that thn wugn ilc
litand was later Injected to dcoelvet
janliticii throughout tho country
nnil promote Iho 'otto Mr union"
WAH1IINOTON. April 9. Virtu
ally admitting that tho strike of
nil I rood trainmen mid switchmen
over the country had gotten beyond
tho control of union officials, W. ().
.Lee, president of tho IJrothorhood
of Trulntncn, telegraphed Ileprcson
tntlvo Cooper, republican, of Ohio,
today, nailing whether present lawn
"apply to ronogada organizations or
thosu Inciting Illegal strikes?"
Mr, Cooper, who Is a member of
tho trainmen's union, took tho mat
ter tip with Acting AllTney (leneral
Ames anil was told that, whllo thn
department of Justlco wns watching
the situation, no haa no Hlutenicul to
make at this time.
Heforo thn telegram was recolved
tltn senntn had ndoplod without u
record voto senator McC'ormlnk's
motion recommending tho Interstalo
commerce lomnilttoo to Investlgnto
all strikes of railroad employes not
sanctioned by tho rvsponslblo offi
ciant of the railroad unions. Chair
man Cummins uf thn senate inter
state commerce comniltteo an
nounced late today that tho Investi
gation would begin next Tuesday
but that ho had not decided
whether it would bo conducted by A
full committee or a sub committee.
Meantime tho ncnatn has tele
graphed lo Mr. Ijp.o, asking for the
names and addresses of thn Inbnr
CONTINUED ON PAQI3 FIKTKBN.
OIIIOACO, April 0. Tho follow
ing ,HndliiiiiM wero rvporUxl In
Uii t itles nrreclcil:
Chlmgo, H.llllll men outj New
Voik mid .lerscy City, 2,000; ht.
'I'oletlo, 1.(100; Detroit, l.r.OO; laM
AnirelCH. I, IHO; lliiffalo, l.ilOO.
San rniuclsisi, tin; Pittsburgh,
1,11110; Kansas City, 1 10; (Jury, tlilO;
Salt Isiko City, 200; Saginaw,
.Mich,, ".00; Ogilen, nnli, I.'io; Do
caliir. 111., 107; Pueblo, Col., 102,
Springfield, 111,, ,',0; Jollet, III.,
BO; Si riinloii, l'n .H); PiKntcllo,
Idaho, too; l orl Wii)iic, Intl., :i.i,
ColumbiiH, Ohio, April to. Ono
hundred switchmen nnil yardmen
einplojeil by tho Norfolk and
W'erttcrn railroad hero wont on
hlrlUo hero shortly after inltlnlghl.
Tho strikers lire Mild lo Ixi making
offortH to persundo oinploycu of
other roads hero to strike.
CLIJVKIiAND. O.. April 0. rto-Ivw-vii
l,,-iiio nnd I .H0(l workers
ftsim nil liianelics of the senlis'
einiilojed on tho nlno rullrads en
tering ( levclaud voted Unilght In
form n new orgiiiilzatlou lo ls
uillcil tho Clovohinil Ynrdnicn's
iieisotitloii nnd to lm nfflllalrd
with tho striking switchmen In
FOIIT WOHTII, TrxnB, April !.
Flvo hundred switchmen, cm
plojisl on 12 trunk linen running
Into nut Worth, nt a mass meet
ing hero tills evening, xotod to
walk out In sympathy with tho
striking switchmen of tho Chi
tligo district. Tho strll.o Is of
foot ho nl II o'clock tonight.
vni v t ioi,m iiwl nrll 0
N "',,;,;, , 'Y, fir v liidinmm.'
',. TO , " L ihn for ,w If
" "oiiil w" union that
."0, ',' " ' Vi. . iT..i.i,i
States nnd rcfusotl tn report for
duly on n lain shirt this afternoon,
aiiKiiilIng to ii'iorts front various
railroad jiiriN. Hrotherhorsl offi
ilals mndo no htutonient other
than that tho strlko was uiuuilUor