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OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER
t HWOItV M.T )tn
VOL. XIV, no. m
TULSA, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1920
WOOD DENIES REDS BACK RAIL STRIKE
NEARS END HERE
)hirt, Men Will Return
This Morning -iLiii-ginoncn
ULTIMATUM IS iSSUED
MriM-rn (liven Until . o't'lock
.. . m. I,tiiiMi
I Ills MorilltlK 10 Iv-OlU 1 ll
.. t..,.r. l.'vmilcwill
01 1'UCC frNpUlhlUll.
BUSINESS NEARING NORMAL
All Knibal'tfOCS 011 1' ITtaCO Are,
" ... .
Lifted Kxccpt I noc Is
sued lie-fore Strike Hero.
I'o I'm ii k t 10 IrMiutue of H ib fl
(0 ih. -.i kos In llu- local Frisco
Vein -rMMilat aflcrl.oon. 30 strikk.
ins yw 11' Union stRUIIIctl Uli'ir lllinn-
tioii ol rnui nlnst Hi work mm nun n-
Ins I'r.ink f How, nuin'rlltlrnili'lll '
. . .. .
here ,iA littr IhpI nlRllt. All ( (
the 'ivlii rnlii.-men on siriKe .ikii'C.i
to rot." n to it uiy yi'tili-rilny tnorii.n.',
(iou Jllil. (I
The i.itomont. which r:ivo in
m'n until !i o'rlork thl moi'iiliiK In
whlHi to rrpoit for ilnty or si'Vir
thlr cnimrrilnnH with tin- rullfo.iO.
van flgnetl by (low. roprotoiitum tli"
rallroHil .mil I.. ' I'uilli. chair,
man of the local rYlro turn hotting
mi; !n il.o lirothorhooil of lUllway
All rir.lmrpoi-H on iho I'rliico ha-
rrlor ... thr "lr.1"0.""" nV.,"?r
have bo . n moiilficil to porinll the
ahlnment of footlstuffH. How K.ihl.
Vettrr. 170 c.uIo.iMh of petroleum
products wore accepted lor snipiiicni
I'D lh- l ri.-.co.Wiil jejBral. tijillll).ul4
1.1.. nlrnirl.. '.nlin .llll IIO AO en
,,..r .-- --
- - . , - ... ... i i
There iro only a few of the si: .k-.
in; jwlichmen who will not . repoi ;
for duly Saturday niovnliiB.' t.
nutlle, spokesman lor the tralnineii.
aM llt nishl "Huldes n iiumiK
nf 'he iren who lulled tlow'i. oflicr
K'Mlj e enms. number have tonio
tn mc siRiiitjInjj their Intention of
rf turning 10 woik. Those who nae ,t night, rrowda pelted them wnn einnea
,vt...M . .Ix.lri. In roirtntn oul ollanil ll l allexed Hie .Ivlltana fired some
th- nrp'ov of the eompanv hnielehoie. 'the t...liee returned the fire.
K.d thit they lllteml I" leaCe Tu.- j wnundlni; r hree iivilian.
a Thn is true with but few , ,,.,,..,.,,.. ,,Th.n imnon
cfpuons the men vld-nlly .leter-1 j:,;.,(N0nj;,,;.f1rlf,r,,,,n o.Oo'0.". 'now
minin; upon some other line o wors pI.r,,,ni of the Merehania Nailnnal bunk
In prefinnce lo rHllroadliiK." r .rw York, la reporiil to hae ile-
S.inla l' vardmeil lire hanilllllK I elded not to accept tho plare on the
the ".tin I business reports from the tariff cmnmlaalon for which he recently
. ... .. rV." ' , i. n.,il,.i,l hv I'rea dlll Wilson. ire-
urn "ii,. e nero snow.u ...n . n.-...-i
!;... l,.nl,nen are doing llkew.-e. no l
mill1 I" l.lll iilli UU..I.H ".n - -
ribueil ii,,o the break in the loeiil
'uk vn.,,p, liulf W'ndnesdaj
..en, n.' w.ili the roturn lo work i l
11 ami alley vardnion.
Nonnii railroad l.uiness Is bolnrj
I, lt.1,,,1 ,.v.
fa ken ,i
f on all roads entering
Tul'.i far us oati bo learned. t(
n ill .eooiie orlv two or po.-sll y
Hirer da's to ro'adlitst eonditlons lit
ine rnmn i.irds due tn ine ncrsror
of sMrting in w men in to take the
plai e pi the few who may not.
COhin'.v wi'b Iho ordei of Ihe union
lf.i(l anil ih.il of tho terminal snoot -,
Lcf f inrjacU ItcsUjns
",,.. II'.". ''i.irtirff I'll 1
I .ill tt icff m ii...'.HI
V .WIIMSTmN. April Hi - It. '
t.effircw. ii. n-sMdnt ocrrtiiry "f
'he in.iMirv. Ivas resign' 'I and hi
rfslRnai ion has bci n in i opted
Pres. . i Wilson. Mr.
hoi lu.me is in New
Ihe r curiam ihit ho ih sired to ,r"Tr,i,, instantly IIIN when an air-
I un i n uriv.ite life lioninse of per- '. .,.....' mini r,l hi llanacll craHied In the
tonal , ..nmder.itlons nnd in response
Mr vv . . ...n ml the reslgn.illon was
IJecepni w : t Ii deep rogri"
Hal liivcr Owners Ask
Change of fn junction
U ASH i: MIT'" N. April Hi. -The
Mipreinr niuri. in five motions filed
torta w,,k asked to modify tin in
Jiinnmn .siued recently in connec
tion win, tim ijci river ml Unda
eentrnei between Oklahoma and
Texai, file motions were maile on
heh.itf f owners of various oil land
leaiei who feek to have their land
exi luie, from ihe terms of tho In
WILL AID YOU
A World Want Ad will Inlrodnee a
0od clerk to a future cnoil em.
plo.er ,1 wiii clv, immediate help
en the v..v a.. V. .. o ' V.
I' 'ke nut a minute or two each
uy to read in the Want Ad pages
i'i u Worlr" about all the rooms,
i the residencoii for rent on any
Particular HrfPl ot ,,, city,h. rrg
' nty dircetnry of rooms, and res-
if nt e for rent
Teenhrp- ..... n ... ... -ri..
t? ''nine Osage 6000 and ask
lrr VM M taker.
World's News Told
in Condensed Form
for Hurried Readers
VV if MIMITPV I)' 1 . April
'.. n f onn( was ne,irt. i
,r rai' Ihia nvirnnff
l"1 oi,. by
VStt1N010N Aptlt li The prfctdfllf
iml.n itomtmilril hltrhfHd K1it nf
North I'rti.'lltm lo b MMlsUnt commit
wtnnrr tif im h.u Ion titxl i on lhallf n. U
it. lUnKHr, imlcnM
PA I. KM nr . April I --Hi iwm? "f
1 1 mii v I'm bat ISKfirn. t'hitM 8Ute mn
iifor from Mffcuclitmf tt, win today fltnl
with th pocrrtHry nf RtntQ fnr n wrndl
lJ'" ,h' p"""" '" l'""r,,
I l'i:si:it t.'olo.. April I rio.crnnr
' ,,,, nf Colorado and other state of-
.Hclala today telegraphed an Invitation In
I'rnH'ni Wlleon In establish the summer
'While houea at llstrs Park, I'uln. j
rlaco iiillHy voted ihl noon In return
1.1 work Hi once The maintenance nf way
and "hop labo.era. who (.truck .Monday,
are Mil mil.
HOIIHTOV. Tmi, April !. And Mill
ihev Insist them's nothing new. tliirslaia
Thursday nlnht entered the home nf the
Hev. Dr. Wllllmn Unites Jacobt nf Hie
I'lret Prrahytertan church hihI stole ell hU
note foi rivxt Sunday's sermon.
w KV.r,!' iT
vote nf n In I by the
lenartment nf the Vmer-
,.oni,,ninlnB lh, i,ikin member ..f thn
llrnthrrlmoil nf Uallrnml Trainmen.
fin ra.rHi nn ii Lait-ir. vui ttiimik ..'.-.
Momi.B. Al.. April l.-Thre lr.li.,1
lllin HFir Niiirti an i"" ii,mii"ii , "
nero woman Miecnirer wete tnjnrel In
b heMi-nn lollUInn tniUy. hetwren tn
lniUvllle -Nahvllle fanl pUnencef train"
near Hay Mlnette. Ala The Iwn train"
met on the nuiln line In a hllnillnit rain
WAKHIWrn. rrll l The i.nllry nf
thf navy ile(artment as in eenllnc ile
alrnjtra 10 llliroptall watera early In the
nar hart no effist on the duration "f
hnrlllltlea Hear Ailnilral J. lllRer lie.
rlare,1 today before the aenale InveMlsat
STIirilliNVII.l.H. Ohio. April IS V
......,.. KI..H..r,.ll...l .1,1.1
an a YlooVt-.ta. an handkerchief, all,e.
In helnliK In IMrry Miller
elajei- nf llule framea tnulh nf Adena. L-
,,. tnunil In the Vi Vlrslnla hllla near
iieacn unuom iai muni
. ivy,,.wrl -nshf ' 'itl' i..n,"ren'Ormiiltrrrcrted b.V Premier Mttl.
pi ..,,1 Kninet t llak'r.
,. ... .....i ft
i ooi aim ifiinrni ...nr, .....n -
wpti Hrrr,t hfrP tmUy iharge.1
nh beln leaders In Il.o iille.npl lo hum,
l.ha'le. hnellei aee.1 10 at .he Make MAV.VS, April Ifi. -The flRiiBr nf
iTueaday rei,iriB r'e. ,rUI ,nl .1 new uprlslns nc.llnst the Hbei.
""" b"a" lhf J"niiro..rt. !Slrrnm.'ni In fiermany apparently
I.IMIJKICK. Munatrr. Ireland .prll l. i has pflbkCll for the time hfllli;. C
I While onalahular wire em nriln: malla , eordlnK to advices ftom llerlln lorlay.
from the poMotflce to the railway atttnn .
1 1 I .T 1 11 1 ill I : April Id Loral No ill
iirniimflinml nf llallwav Trainmen, num
'..erlns l emplnyea of the 1'annaylvanla
iu. in.la,. .i,. in te.urn In'
work. Similar a.tlon waa nled b Inial
No. III. Ilnilherhooil of Plrrmen and l.n
ninnman alan I'ennavl va nla men. a. an.
mretinn These lo.ala form the hack-,
bono of the local strike
, . I
I.IVrrll.N N'eb April Speaking in,
connection win. his candidacy oi endorse
r . . :v . . ..... ,ii
p (JJ,. H railc preaidentlat
rm,iri rnne. mates Senator i .M
nmhioik dt.laied lonlnht that the flehi
fnr the Iraiiue nf nations must lie won.
and predicted aome way would be found
whereby America would enter the league.
Ni:V YOIIK. April 1 The New York
.m-i. .irk.ni:, In an exhaustive review of
ii.. ,i,M.inr,i leaillnc In lis sueren
, ileallnu. In Muts motor stmk. to
nlsht leeiied a Malenienl nrninK mat
pitch action "was dictated by a itealre tn
. ih ,npi ni.rMii. nr inai 11 n...i
been influrnie.t by the personal imereau ,
of ita tiiambers ' j
. v- In, la I .tail I
Texin April I - I.I'UI
r Mnpinsflelrt Mo. and
! .. . ....... A.. e ll.,ll I.allaa.
Ton M HanaeM
c . nun '1 hre loday. The machine had lual
ileared Ihe ground, spectators say when
.1 fell The Iwti men welft ' ailtfht he
n.aih Hie wnikaee and died lnlnll.
Tli-y eeie cneaga.i in border patrol dui.
cilif.vr!'. April t(. oty ' and "n'v
"' , 7 to
t""J- .'!."" dZ'" m,1:
Wednesday Mcaaairra received today frum
pfl!ial liadcra tnroucnoui ine ronnir
announced ihelr Intention of miendlne Ihe
fuioiral A inreaaite Of sympathy was ra
irnr.l from Presnlcnl Wilson and Hecre
tai Tiirpu'ii teteitr iptud lhal ha Intend
ed in tome 10 Chicago for tho funeral.
lOI.Ktxi. f'hlo April 16 fy a lare
maiorlty e.""" Inaumrnt railroad swllch
n.en of l.ilejo voted this afternoon to
return " work Immediately Ihey altered
1.1 abide . ronillilona aubmliied by the
liaiilnioi "t1!" These conditions pro
i.o lhal ihe nainiiien return tu their
tepectl poeltlona. lhal no illarrlmlnallon
or prejudice be hown acalnal tin- men
and lhal e.erythlnir be ilnne tn ee lhat
Ihrir tentlcsts foi inrrcared ps and bel
ter working londlllona ale (rantnl
II inlnnnii1 1 "
V,.il l Mstlmum,
south winds, clear.
Uetihe'r. rrebabi thundeirhowers colder
at nia-hl. f-n.l.v prrhab showers and
1 cooler In east, genera. ..r
, I.OI'IKIANA t-aliirdav Incresslpf
Icleudines". rioMin iiiunu.r..in-,i.
cooler 111 . n .rinc. r."..v.,
showers 'eWer ,
Aitkvsi-AS saiuroay inuinm
etoudin.... followed by ''" Khaki had ii few more friends
? ",!l,...;,i;e.S.ff,"l.h::. T'VMnmonc the men employes thandue
lt.VST 1 I.X.VS
probably ihnnderslioaera In
.,..11... si onrt'on rooier in iu.u i-"i
lion e.inday neneraliy
VV 1. 1 1 1 v-
i gn 1 ali fair
1 - nnr h j.rnbahly
n .fie Panhandle colder
ll- in t-uih portion.
TO DISARM FORCE
Airree to Force
Obedience to Condi- I
Hons of Pact.
REVOLT FEAR PASSES!
Danger of New German Up-1
rising Ih Over Kcporta
From Berlin 1 Assert.
U. S. NOT REPRESENTED
American. Delegates Will Not
Attend San Homo Con
ference of Allies.
I'AIIIS. April IB. - The foretell of-I
rice luil.tv ji u I lurl.t-il iho Hliitcincnt
tlmt 1-T.llrr HciKi illl, Italy linil ICllK
mrl hao aBrocd unoii the ilemaml
that (oiniany at orco lake nmisiircK.
for Inunodlatc (llsnrmiimont of her
army ns provided In the pcarn treaty.
If ilermmiy rcriiM'.i the allien
pnuors Iihv. ucrrod to wlspi'iul tllp
lom.itle irlailons with llerlln.
l-'nrthriniorp Iho iilllc.i are united
' 11. ion tlln nrnlirtM.'ll tri oil! n now
hlock.ulo in foice If a now (iennuri
mlllt'irl.ai coup Is succcivfut,
It Is unilorslood iho new acien.
inent w.ll do put In willlm? when
the allied supreme council meets at
SanMleino next week. .
It wan reported from Sin I!rmo
tod.iy that hotel accommodations
had been reserved for an American
ileW'Sdtlon In the ev.'iit It atlended
'I'll-' Turkish and fjreok ltU'Kallon
will he quarttrod nt the same hotel.
l'miilcr llnjtl GeorKO will hr
schedulrd to re.ii'h Italian soiUtodrfy.
Home dispatches tjiy lie would he
.ti.u. ........ I .1 i I. .
Th tlrltlwli mo.nler mndn Iho tei
........ .. (.
to Italy hyson.
(rlei pre e.Tjtionary mrasuris arc
still being taken, however, thn art
decent dlpitrho hie roportei.
a grave slli.mlon in Pomernnln with
rumors of an Impending levoll.
V,,SHINf)TO. April IS -The
I'nllid States will not be represented
i at tho Sal), Homo conference of the
illled piemlers unless an American
representative Is bulled to attend as
an observer, "ml 'bus far no such In
vit.Ulnn Im.t been deceived. It was
learned at the suite department lo.
WASIIINHTO.V. April 10- -A rhar-
op has been grimed by Hie comptrol- ,
rr nr mo currency lo lllo security
National bank of I.awlon. Okla . with I
t, .,.,li,,l w l' l!,,r,aL.in
,,., Semi I, lloohoroh '
Khaki and Blue Overalls Is
Garb of Old Clothing Club
Donning of uniform as a protest
" - - -
against the present price of wearing
apparel wan voted by employes of
the various on companies or mo
various oil companies or mo
' .... ,
city at a mas.s moetlng in the. muni- down are pledged to wear old
ripal auditorium yesterday aftcr'i clothes for one year and to buy es
noon. ' tentlati only
Khaki or blue denim overall will TlirMJSll Kom- ,irrFcnt nt -osier-
fonslliuio ine uuiiorins iur men
which are to bp ordered ill onre
through the national association of
purchasing agents and fold st cost,
A standard dress of unexpcnslve
n.alerlnl for women will be decided
' ulmn al 14 ?'rw "f women
I clr, Thn umrurm. .Ill bo w
' first on Wednesday noon. April 21.
a' a parade In which tnose wno
have not secured uniforms w ill alpo
Formation of a permiuiont - over -
alls i.nd apron club" was gotten
undcr way' and a board of directors was runilshed liy Airs. Alia Moore or VI Hr K A 1 1 1 KAlir 4,"l" w'Ul the various state 11010
aonointed 10 meet at one o'clock I the Oklahoma Producing X. defining O U I I I U I Ln 1 1 u in iinvu ,,,h pf norfeeilv fn e to expiess
this afternoon to perfect organina-
lion. TllO ClUb Will function until
prices are lowered.
More thnn n.OOO signed memhers
r.nee.ontlnr- over 2H different Iiiisi -
1... firi.iM .-.eo nnllf.,1 In iho move,
arn united in the move
ment. It w.is announced. Resides nil
and oil well supply companies, the
Santa !' freight employes and post
office clerks and carriers number
ing SI sent delegations lo the meet
ing. The club will, be open to over
The Cosden Iteflnlng company
haH ordered 1,000 suits of overalls
and approximately the same number
, of fhoes to bo sold at COM to men
oniployes. 11 Cosden representative
stated at tho meeting About 100
I men from tno Texas company nave
picugcii tncnucives 10 come to me
offlco in KiiaKl .Monday morning.
Offlclalb of the various companies
are enllstlpc In the movement. Of
ficers of the Tidal Oil company
have agreed tr. wear old rlothes nnd
not to buy any new clothes for
period of b year and officers in the
War Cross Is Given
Parents of Newsboy
'Scotty' for Heroism
IIHSins At.nl lh Tll- hrro
Ism of 'fcottj. it neeli(. wlift
fouslu .n llu Vanlifr tllvlMnn h.i"
licrn nf f l.-lul ly ii-fmrnlreil liv tlif
mr fli'i arltnrnl. To Un' Imifnla
of Trivilr MIipiI l; Hcnlt tilliu'
woril iodii ili.il ho 1m1 Im i n
iiwiintcil pnalliuinoiialy iln Un
tiliBHWhert "ih'o t ro
"ric.l 1 una K, ynius olil.ullPn
he lefl hH iapor route to Ji n iho
101st rrBlnioiit when It went to
I'Yu'icp. .SIiirIp hamlfil hr Utile it
30 lrrtnnns ami navotl Ills roni
ii my mnnv ciciiallloe in n fl.rnk
liiovoMcnt in .li'lv. when Im
posli'd hllllMlf in nil rxpoaoil piiil
Hon lo i lifi K thr npproni'll of ,nf
nlturkliiK party with his aiilotimt
lr rlflo, Thr hoy wan Mllcil hv n
sniper's hullrttiflrr he hail aeNiirfil
Int. company's miiltitrimnc of lt.
perilous, position. Iho rltatlon s.ivs,
LAW TO UNSEAT
Contest Against New
Supreme Court .Jus
Ily Anrlaled "reaa Stale Wire
OKLAHOMA CITY, April Hi -If
nn fallll In plat ed In cnn rsnii',1
aninnB BatherliiKs of politicians at
the ftato oapltill lirre today a fight
io unseat HeorRo A llamsey of
Muxkoa.-o who was appointed Thilih.
.Uv bv Hovcilior ItoborlR.m to Kite-
eeed Chief .lustire Thomas H. Owen
of the state supreme court, on May
ri, on .tin)
l is noi irnprn0,,o.o. ju.ua..oa
were in I u sun. a iriu were . ..ion
ii woum on wmkcu i.j on nun ,
tho htiffriign anil prohibition amend
ments to Ihe national constitution.
lUmsey opponents luef rtcd that 1
his appointment Is contrary lo state United Htatoa hnd recognized any fac District .lildgn Irfingati will bo
law he being a republican while tlor 11 belllgeront thai had been nsknl lo leittlfj'an fn lila lnlrnilur
Owei' Is n democrat. Appointive n possiBSlon of uny pint of entry ! tiM to Mrs Moore Just beforn go
power Is given the governor by thcttn the United .Stales for 72 hours. (nK t)ll, whm,,ss stand she was
stale constitution with the provision , Troops worn ordered senl here witli pn-seuled to iho Judge as "Mlsn
that the function he exercised In ; all dlspntch to guard the city ngnlnM (indys Smith" This thn sl.ile will
conformity with Iho sUto laws. In uny atlark of federal authorities. cmPI , , eircnmstantlal cvldencr
Kli, the anll-suffraglsls say, ii law When It became known tho govern-, . "
wis passed in Oklahoma territory i mcnl of Mexico had asked the
providing that appointments of per-1 Untied KHUch for permission to send IlamHOIl bUCCCXHOf
sella to fill unexpired terms of I lec-I
te.t officers he trade, from tho saint
rr'!lucal party a.i the person re
mnvrd or les.kfled. The (aw wns
i.'uimlil up in il. ti In tho rcaid
iecilon law. of 1!I0.
When Mr. KiintC) takes his .ojt
nn thriflupremo court bench May 1,
ho will be the first republican to
hold that poaltluTPMn Oklahoma
Humors of opposition here V0
appointment jit Itamscy to the su.
premo court on tho ground that he
Ih u icpiihllcau and that on that ac
count be ts dlMuallfied from suc
ceeding Chief Justice Owen, a dem
ocrat.' were clawed as poorly
founded bj lawvers here lant liirtht
Mntutorj lunltatlonH rciuirliig .in
appoiniue 10 oe oi me sanie iiinmum
party as hie predecessor, It was Mill,
t.Mi.lv ..t.U ts. til.. iit.tin.nlr.,..nl t.T
eonn'lv officers hv hoards of county
Cnsden nlty offices have signed an.lzonfl., where Ihey wniiM re.rrnnt tho
old clnthrs agreement L nploycs
0f tho MeCuno .Maniifaeturmg com-
nnnv. from the conera mnnaaeri
. - '
,.,.V.K tI,PPliriIr ai,. .,, i,,.Ve'ln ton
, Htornl Interpretation of thn overall
lim) ,iprn ,joa, favoring general
clotlia economy. It was finally do- !
,.m.,i fin,, , i,nnm.i,ii" ..ni,- n.,1,.1
my ,,rnBth nnd that a uniform
lW,JU,j ,)0 the most effective means
nf .irotestlng ngalnst prices. "Wo
want to Join the w hole' movement
1 Hmi ally with
where," O. V.
i rroor iniu
costumo for women
' might be harming even If cheap
corporation, who was i.illod to thni
piannrin in itniiiu ine niis-airon
ir pe,rraln whb h she hnd had mado
'tor the occasion. Thnugh tho drewi
iWHO one about which women Ami
men could gel I nl h usliistic Mrs
Moore suld that It cost only 11.
A Cosden eniplnvo ataied that the
khaki overalls w tin 11 tie was wearing
The names, 'Tulsa Clothes Con
sorvntlmi cluh," and "Tulsa Old
Clot hen club." suggested for the or
ganization, worn rejei ted. An em
ploye of The Texas Company de
clared Hint the wearing of old clothes
or of nn emblem would not answer
the purpose. "We must wear uni
forms " In open protest against
prices." he l-ald. "Ptlces have been
flaunted In our faces long enough.
It takes some sairlfbe to appear
In public in a uniform, but It takes
yomc sacrifice lo meet the present
prices. If wo hold together, I predict
that clothing prlcCM will tuinlilo, in
Tho board of dlrei tirs who wl
make plans fnr a permanent organ
ization thli afternoon are Hd Oil-
brrli.on, T A Uindtlth, Joo llultn,
1 Holly I'oc nnd Mm, Alta Moore.
Want to He Regarded as
Hclligerent to Fore
ANSWER IS DELAYED;
Mexicans Ask Permit to Move
Troops Through U. S. to
Former Ambassador Wilson
Puts Blame for Chaos on
Policy of President.
ACit'A IMMHTA, Sonorn. April IB.
Tho Hi n to of Konnra will appeal to
thn United Hlntes for reeoKiiltlon at
a bclllKoront. Annoiineoineiit of the
appeal was ninde here today by
I'ranelseo IIIIiih, a leader 111 Hie Ho
noru revolt aKiilnst I lie fariatiji
Kovcrnmeiit In Mexico.
Konorii hopes to bn reeoKiilzed ns
n belllKereul, neeoidltiK to Keiior
Kilns, and thus forestall permission
brine Kranled farranJi trootm to
eross ('tilted Htntes territory to al
tack the state fiiim the border. 'I'll''
appeul. If Kianled. also would throw
"I'cn lh' P'ir of the statu on Il.o
Inlerniilloiiat boundary to trade with
the t'liited States without resit lotion.
.-n -l.i ...in.... .. I.l.
. .. . Involvo
u,f,0KnUim ,y tlt. I nlle.l Htates of
t lit- Ko ornitl-lH of Hot
Honoia, nor other
w Iso Involve Its relations with Mcx-
leu us n who e. I lo Mi d that In
p'rcvloiiH Moilciin revolutlnn the
iroppn ncre irom Juiirci, iniiuauiiu,
troops ncre iroiu auarev., . iniiuauiiu, i
through Culled HtatcH territory.)
WASHINGTON, April 10 While
tho state department -.van ronslder
Ing today ll new pli.isn of tho Mex
ican problem--a reiiiosl fiom the
Carriiu..! government that lis troops
be given passage across American
territory to attack revolutionists In
Sonoin state - Henry Lane Wilson,
former ambassador to Mexico, was
drawing a gloojny picture of Iho
fltuatlon beyond Iho border tieforo
a senate Investigating committee
Mr Wilson asserted thai "tho un
fortunate and mischievous policy of
tne picseni iinoiiionirniiiiii u ,.h-a-ii:o,
' wan responsible foi the con
ditions ho described That policy,
he added had "bound the United
State to maintain Cnrr,iiu.i in power
and wi;h him tho legend that thcro
Is peace and order In Mexico"
The stain department did not
make publli tho text of the Mexican
request, nor was any official intima
tion given iiH to thn nature of tho
reply to ho made or when ll would
be sent. Tho only comment .nails
waji that tho government was "under
pressure" from Mexico to comply.
The request contemplated movement
of Mexican federal forres by rail
lh.nlir.1. l!l Oa.ll tO llntlolMM AH-
hr,rr t(, attack Ilermonlllo, capital
r.. .i wii.n,, .r.i.. "h i.nionat
m .!.' ... ,. ...... ..
of Ihe United Htates up-
led to Ihe violent death of 300.000
,.i ... ih. ,iih i, ....nt.
ence iind famine of fiO.00O more It
t u.i .... ... i.iu ....b ih.
murder of fir,;, American eiil.ens
within Mexlro; it has krvt SO, 000 of
... . 1,,. i,r,ir n h...
,1.. Movie. in trCHanrv ,c lie.
1300.000,000 10 replace a jur
William ,l' Hnan, ah secretary of,
Jioo.ooo.ooo left ny maz
"r"V , ., minon rtAi I V , aa;P"..Her ...day said he suuida really
...... rJ .ho a.,.10 denariment like"'"" "ringing a.nmi o.i o .miaii-
West Virginia Semalor AnfinurHvn
Candidacy for Itcpiilillcnn Pnt-I-ilcnllal
WAKI 1 1 NOTON April
alor Howard Sutherland or west
Virginia tonight announced his can
didacy for ihe republican president
"If Ihe voters of West Virginia
1 shall exprcm their preference, for
n.o In tlm primary his slalemeni
said, "and thus Instruct the dele
gates from the state i nail ex-
and will assume mat the dele -
gatOH 1 bus rcloeiril win maKo an
honest effort to secure my nomina
tion. "As a platform. I am In favor ot
Ihhfcnnvcnilnn framing U "
PiiiIm- Hull Milkf.
WASHINHTON. April 16 Till
federal grand jury here began nn in
veHgallon of Iho local elrike of rail
road workirs Six Hir unite 1
were summoned to appear utforo 'he
Suit to Annul Divorce
of Mary Pickford. Filed
; Attorney General of Nevada Takes Steps "In
Interest of State" Connivance Between
Movie Star and Former Huftbatid Charged
MIMIKS NevniH April
stilt nekinc that Iho ileeree
vorce Rranled by .IihIko Ijiiikhii to
(lladvs i; Moore known as Marv
I'leUfnrd. from Owen Moore, bo set)
aside, was filed hero lain loday by
Leonard 11. Kowler. ntlomey lien
oral of Nevada. The suit was filed
"in tho Interert of the ntnto .of
Thn coniplnlnt Is hnsed on alloca
tions of fraud, connivance and col
lusion between Moore, Ills wife, and
Douglas I'alrhankN, in whom thn
former Mrs, Moom was mnrrloil a
short tltiio after her divorce was
Kranled Knlrhnnkn Is brought Into
the case through allegations Ihul
thiiro was eonsplniey Imtween hltnself
and Ills presold wlf" to defeal that
provision of tho California law,
which roiiulics Unit a year elapse
before a final deeiee of dlvoti'o he
granted, by having Mrs Monro get
a dlorrn In Nevada. In that re
spect It Is alleged In the complaint
(hut nn engagement and Agreement
to wed existed between OladyS
Moore and Fairbanks prior to Feb
ruary IK. 1920, Iho date on which
Mrs Monro came to N'evad.i.
Other allegations are that Moore
raine to Mlndon solely In be served
with summons in the suit, that no
aiibstanllal facts worn given In court
to warrant a divorce and thai Miss
Plrkford conceded her Identity
from the Judge lit. to iho moment
nf taking the wllness slam). As
Judge LanSHti Is one of thn wit-
uessra summoned lor mo siaie, nie
other Judge will hear thn complhlnt,
rAxra i . ji
1 8 lOl I Cl A PP0llUC(i
Commenting upon a rumor thai hi
had named a (leik of ihe I ntteil i
Stall s illstiii i court to succeed ll
P Harrison who has been elected
city manager of Muskogee, .liidg
It. I. Williams, now holdliiK a lerm
of the fedeial couit In Tulsa, stated
yesterday that he had not yet de
termined the mailer bill expected to
appoint u clerk within the next few
days, -lie has askid Mr llarilson to
iiintlniio us rlerk until his successor
It named, and Mr Hiirrlwin lias cm.-
sontid to' do so
CLARK READY TO RUNf'':n-T." w'luc.rvvi.V'iro offered .,y
UUniM Itl-nLl IU nu,1f8eniilor Cliambcrlaln. domoerat of
Will Nnl Make Caiiipauin llul Willi
'laUf Ilemoeuilii' Niimluiilloii
If II Offend Him lie Mi's.
WAKMINUTO.V Apill 16.--Chiinni
Clark, minority floor leader audi
fotiuer speaker ot 1 1 1 nouso in ii
candidate for thn ilmiioi rati" noinr
InHtl'.n at Die Han Fruin Isi o cum-.
Following an edlloilil 'niltlu;
"Hprsiker Champ Clark Ihe oiroiigi-MI
nomiiiee for di nioracy. ' iiip.irlng
In tho New ci leans llein, puhllhhsnl
bv Jnmea M 'I'h'.mpsiin Hie p mo
rn lln leadei a son-Ill la v. thn forna'r
' t" ".e.l the nomipallon tr II ts
"llarkls Is wlllln' " he replied with
., ttn...l t'lork IwinU , . .ln'li j I J .' l-i
Horn d as to Ills candidal
i Clarke deelarn.l he v. .ml 1 iinki-i
no iicrsoii.it cmiii.i.i'.tn to seeuie !.' f
iouihi i n i n I"' ....-. .'
,1)1111 In frioiids I1.1l aUri
I 1 ri-JQ.
l,.illoiis In Severn! atatea,
ini'itlon in view ,,iid If they Htm.
I'1",' '" nl"
1 Tlie foruii 1 -poll
' opposition to Instructed delnc-itos
He ".iliI lie prefoirod an opn rin-
their cholio in i.iueus nssentjilod
It was because of line that lui fl.id
.refused lo allow his linjiie tn.ialij
I IOWA FOR MEREDITH
lloinoenits In MtplMirl oerctairy of
Agiiiulliire for Prolilenl Nufiil.
ii.illnn nl SHI I 'rnnclvo
Dllfi MOINKH Iowa, April If,
Itosolutions Instructing the iou.11 tlcl-
,. , ho dninocr.iile nimlonul
, ,..,, 1,.., nroocnt the nanm and
onvcnilon to present the minio and
vole for F.dwln T Merediln, unitod
Stales secretary of lurlnultirr.!, for
1 president, were ndopteu unanfmnusly
, here llns afternoon at a onn eronoc
, of slatn democrats Wilbur Marsh,
1 member of the national eotifinllli'e.
I said Urn luatrtictionr would lie car
r ti "t pirk - ream (lire ing
e-' p'.ai 11 rurn f'l.ier-
' u ' napp
h nn'. Its aursn.
thn. Miss M attempted It. de-
cello (In- conK as If. her tdclltltj
The miirriir)(n of I'alibiiukn and
Mrs Mooie Ih pleaded as a clreiim
stance in suiifintt of thn allegation
that there wim a cnnsplnici on the
part of the ttn lo defeat the Intent
of the Calir)'rnla law. The com
plaint omtalua nppriuimatoly 7.000
I .OH AcaJiULHH. April fl. Msr:'
Plrkford null her husband, Douglas
Fairbanks, declined in discuss a
suit agaliuu the former to set aside
hen, dlvomv from Owen Monro, rn
ceittly oblulned In Nevada.
A M'l'nlHiry s.ilil Mr. and Mrs.
Fairbanks, fell Iho matter, being n
ponding court proceeding, could
not be dha'iissoil with propriety ex
cept by dliolr attorneys
OAltWIN (MTV. Nevada, April Hi.
Mary IMokford. moving ploturo
imtress, vuhn granted the dectoo frirm
Owen Mswiro, March :, 1020, by Dis
trict J ailgn Frank P Uingen at
Mlsn .Pickford testified she hail
eoiiin Hoi Nevada, February If., mid
taken ii.1i her uhoiln lit Ihe .1 nines
CanuJiijl tanch, near Mlndeii, for
the l-'tieflt of her health." ami that
she hufl no knowledge that Moorn
was Iti Mlndon nlso, Thn dlvorco
wan gi tinted In the naiiio of Hladyn
M Moore, thn linnie Pickford ill
no nine entering Into the lu'tlon
Mjr,p wiw tieinonally served wHli
the papers tiy the sherlf of Douglas
counly. on the day preceding the
tltvou're, hut he did not contest the
uctlKii I'ollowltig t)in divorce both
left the stale.
Counsel for Miss Pickford con
lemfri that tho dlvorco Is legal In
overly way under a strict lttlurprot.1
I In nt of the Nevada divorce statutes.
Senate Military Commit
tee Recommends Mod
ification. WASIIIN'ITON. April IC Mn
tuilnl ehnngi'H In army cotirlsmiiitlal
lirocciliire were recominendctl today
liy the senate military coiiitiiitieit in
porting leclslntlmi growing out of
Oregon, as nil amendment It) thn
pending army reorganization bill
would create a. board of tevlew lit
Iho Jiidge-advociitn gcnorul's ntfii o
with power lo modify or annul 1111
" oiirtmaitlal simttmrct).
Other linportaiil mollifications rrc-
Dentil Hcnteni en must no liy u
Hireu-fuuitliH Insteud of 11 two-thirds
veto ot the) 1 ntirls. 1
CourlH iiiusl huvo momhern with
l,.,r,.l . w , ...l.oi.u uml ll. ,tllU.,l .tf
iifflcom 111111.11? At least two VniirH1
Defendants may huvo coiiuucl,
1111H1.11 v in 'ivilian. of ilclr own ic
lection. Civil rules of evldenci) shall apply
and evldeuie gathered In prellmllniry
ex pai to investigations shall nut bn
Hilmlneil without consent ot nc
GIVE BOND FOR HOWAT
Iteleiise Will lie A-kftl III Court To.
tiny; Onler ti. Direct lleiiini of
Stiikerri Is Aski'il.
PITTKI'CIIH, Kan April Hi
lb. mis for ihe release of Alexander
M llnwat, prwldenl of the KanwiM
mini, wiirneis. iinu inre oilier mino
uhioii officials now In Jo 11 for con-j
11 inpi of niiri 111 opppoislng tho
new statn court of itiiltlstrl.il rela
tions, will be presented In district
1 nurl heir tomorrow', Phil 11. Cal
lerv. Howat's iiiiortiHy, announced
lininedlato leloase of thn union
I c.i tier will follow approval of Iho
bonds I lii' attorney said. Hall was
granted tho officers early In tlm day
when Cillery filed his notice of up
iie.il In. in .ludK" Curian's Judgment
In the contempt cases. Their bonds
were placed at J.' 000 each.
1.11 ihe ii.nt ol the stale, 11 peti
tion was filed late toduy lo amend
tin supplement ptlton to rivtroln
, ' " .e.r '"'Z;
tho .mine workers from striking
," "-, """. " " .
the union officials to publicly order
the IV, 000 millers who 1110 Idl
l-helr voluntary coiHon of work
. In i.rolost agulrmt the Incur-
was In protest
'ceratlnii of their officers
John T (ttirkson of Albion, low a
general counsel for the lew 1 minors'
union and llyrou t . Tud i ' loptui
Mo were added to the miner i ujo
General Refutes Pal
mer's Charge of Ac
tivity in Walkout
PROBE IS CONDUCTED
"No Connection" of I. W.
W.'s Found ; Labor Also
Hits Attorney General.
Lodges in Chicago Refused
May Expel Strikers.
Men Arc Going Back to
Work .Collapse Is Now
CHICAOO, April 1.--Major Hen-
oral Lnormrd Wood, romniutiiler o'
the ronlral department of tho United
Hlateri army, who .returned to Clt.
cago yesterday from his eastern
HpeakltiK tour hecnusn of thn trlk
of Insurgent railroad men, tonight
said ho did not find "any evidence
of connncllon between Ihe railway
men s activity nf the strike and in
tlustrlal Workers of the World nctlv
ltle." uonernl Wood declared he
found trnfflo rondltlotiH improving
throughout the department.
Attorney Heneral IMImer on
Wednesday deelurcrt reports from
his department linked thn ''Illegal
switchmen's wnlkout with 1 W W,
plans for "Oho nig Union" mid a na-tlon-wlilo
.V11 Connection nmnd.
Military Intelllgrnco officers here
had been unnhlo lo find connection
between thn two, tleiieral Wood nuld,
"I urn leaving tonight for Ne.
hrnska and probalily shall return
Heneral Wood added that hn
would remain on leuvei for thn pres
em nn nothing; In thn situation here
mado necessary hl presence nt de
AftMr FCVoklnij llpi chsrtoea nf two.
Chicago indgcH of tho llrntherhooil
of Hallway Trainmen. A. 1'". Whit
ney vlco president of tho brother
hood, today ordered nil striking
inemhrra of the organization In tho
Chicago terminal district to roturn to
work by midnight Saturday or nut
fer expulsion from the union with
loss of their seniority rights,
WHli 25 leaders of Ihe Insurgent
forces under arrest In Chicago
charged with violating thn Lever act,
tho movement of freight and live
Hiock uppi caching normal and thn
reluiit of niany strikers, to duty,
rail chiefs and brotherhood officers
declared the. walkout which started
more than two weeks ago wna
1cnitcrM Ho to Jail,
John Hrunnti, Harold Heading
presldant of thn United Knglnemetn n
association, and four other men ar-
1 esled by federal agents, fintioiinucil
they wnuld not put up bonds for
"I do not know what thn other
men am going lo do,".lrunau said,
"but t am not going m arrange,
bond. 1 11111 placing myself in tho
hands of the commissioner "
Martin Kenney,, Hhannnn .Inne?,
lohii Loienh nnd Hugo llndkn suld
they would go to Jail rnther than
furnish bond, but It others, who
were reloiisod yesterday on their own
recognition, guvn 10,000 for theb
release today beforo United Htatca
ll H. Murphy, spokesman for the
yardmen's ueaneialltiii, lilamrd
brotherhood officers for tho ur'Mtr.
He ieiihi iho men simply' .quit their
pusllloiiM and worn not hlrlkirn.
I'll I LADKLPHIA, April 16 -Switchmen,
yardmen and all other
employes of thn Pennsylvania. 1I10
(tending and the Iliilttmorc & Ohio
iiiillvvuyri In Philadelphia who were
Ion stilku worn ordered tonight to
resume work at oucq. The order wai
I Issued by representatives of th-
strikers at conclusion of 11 confer
I once with William J Tracey. chief ot
thn statu bureau of medlauon and
oftlei.ila nf the railwuv
A cording to a Hlatement Issued
' by t Ita committee representing tho
men who walked oul, the -'rlkr L t
llumnnl will lie 1 ffectlve from Wat'i
Ingtou. O. C . to HoNlon and will in
clude nil roads entering Jersey l i'y,
Now York and ling Island
Nl'JW Y'lItK, April Hi 'Ihe eel .
Upe of Ihe "optl.iw" railroad strike,
which Is entering its ercond vvirk
here, was believed to 1.0 near tonight
by railroad offlelaln. who supported
that opinion with stutemenii of
greatly improved passongi r and
freight service on all rullinad-i IH'o,
l'urlher dlsinlegi'Htlon in '11
j -iriknr'j, , ,-i.ltt ?.CU!;;.
'!' i", 1 JC
illy ill woe 11 .ii ....
about half the size of ycsii rday a,
HP'. I )FI I' LD Mo prh IH .
Imir ti" and mi'ntoitirs c of wuy
cuNTiv j ii 0 1 rui tionr.