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VOL. XIV, NO. 201
TULSA, OKLAHOMA, SUNDAY, APRIL 18, 1020
I -'IITT 1 WHIT PAOl
in Tllltl.H i,t Tl Ni
PRICE 5 CENTS.
RAILROAD TRAFFIC IS CLOSE TO NORMAL
Enter Capital City
State of Sinaloa in
CARRANZA ARMY LOSES
Garrison Defeated -and Many
Soldiers Captured by
REPORT VILLA OFFERS AID
Acceptance Not Yet Decided
Upon; Asks Ammunition
for Battle in Chihuahua.
Ity 1 he Associated Press
MXiAlii:, Sonora, April 17.
(ionenil Ancl I'loivs with .1,000
Sounrn troops, t'ji i ( iirt'i I Cullauin,
capital of tlm adjoining Hlati) of
Mnulou. this morning, iiitsirdlnp;
to official iiiiiiiiiiiii'i'iiii'iit.
'llui Sonorn loiolntloiilsts lin
mctllnloly marched on Mnwitlap,
mi Impoiluiit wilt on tin; Slnulon
const. After ihi-ii)Iiiu Mnwittan,
II was nnnolliHCd tlio tionoru
troops will innrcli on I Ik; Mulct of
Najrll, with Topic, (ho eapllul, as
(In nhjootlw. Largo IUIillH.'Ot of
In Mips for tin; r- il ill lotuiry mow
mrllt against tlm t'nir,iiin goicm
llll'llt HI'll! 0Kf(Oll to lo obtained
In -N'ji jai-K.
Iliiiidmls of former Onr.-iiuu
sohl lei m huw joined Ucucrul I 'lores
sluco lie imuihsl .Mnulou Tuesday
last. It ruld.
AGUA PlilliTA. Sonoiu. April '17.
Sonora troops uneil licit. Flores en.
tered tho city of Culluran, capital
ot Slnaloa today, according to of
f tclal dispatches fioin lien. Kilns
Calies, commander In chief of the
Sonorn forces, niaili! public ln.ro li
(ion .). M. Plna, cotoinandurUt thin
Tlie Carranza Karrlsoh at Culiacan
was defeated by llui Sonora troops
and many Carranza soldiers mudu
prisoner, (Jeno'rul Tina wild. The
Carranza rj.trrl.son was reported to
number about 3,500 men. Cullueau
Is about 175 miles south of tho Hin-nlou-Sonora
1-ilght hundred Sonum soldiers
were camped here today preparing,
to rejlst any attack on Agua Priotn
by Carranza forces and more wero
on route m-cordlng lo Cell. J. M.
1'lnn, military commander of thin
Tho troops will be Bent to other
points of expected attack should thu
Sonora officials Ret confirmation u.
the report the fulled States will not
allow Oarianzii troops to cross Aine.
lcan territory to atUck Sonorn, lien,
fril plna Hald.
Military leaden. said U.e presence
of aquln demonstrated the Itidims
hid made ponce with tho crate k
ei'ntnoiit and would assist it in Us
fight against I'arianza. Hundreds or
the Indians already h.iie enlisted
under the Snnoi-j. jsoverniilent it was.
1'rnnelseo ilia has offered his as
sistance to the Sonora Kovcinment
it wan reported here, and ban allied
for delivery to him of ammunition
and machine kuum !o wane an actlw
iiimpalKn air.iltiBt Carranm In the
Mate of Chlhiahua. Military officials
would not way whether Villa's offer
hud hei n liTuepted.
The Sonora trnop.s all had suns
hioI neemtnKly plenty of ammuni
tion. WASlUNOfoN. April 17. Ap
plnatlon of M o leu n fodeial army
offu-era for pormlsnlon to moo
forces IhroiiRh Arnerluin tenltory
to nitnek Sonora on ihe north,
irnated Hharp iIIhcusbIoii t.xlay on
the i-onate floor and before the com
mittee investlRtitlriB Jiex'.c.tn at
falr. Meanwhile Uie rcrjuot had been
referred by the state depart tuont ')
tho war departmont uh it w.w not
an official diplomatic communica
tion. No. action had been taken to
nlsht by tho war dop.irtni'Mi. In ho-
enate, SenalorM ABhiirHt nnd jmi(h
of Arlton.i oppobed vlRorouKly any
BURKcBtlon that tje reiitiest be
Branteil Henalor' AhurNt asaerled
that Arizona slmuhl oppose any
Mich movement by force If necos-
i-ary. nhould the federal Riiiernment
not uranl tho state protection.
Tho senate dlscunsioil wan halted
when Senator Knox, republican,
I'ennsylvauln, announced that ho had
Information that tho request had
been refused although later he aatd
his information wan not official, but
based on a statement In tho Now
York Sun, which had stated only
'hut the permission nought would
not bo granted,
Heforo tho lnventlKatlnff commit
tee. Henry Lano Wilson, former am
bassador 10 Mexico, continuing hln
arraignment of UruMdont VIlson'H
Mexican policy, predicted that tho
Mexican forccn would bo permitted
o Paso across American territory
to attaek tho sonorn forces, .
rinl'n Niinio Knton-il. '
Vt . Anrll 1
Petitions sufficient to nlaco tho
name of Henry Ford on the ballot
at tno presidential primaries in this; puny Publicity Mnnager II M
"late wero filed with tho sccrolaryl I'orgrove J 11 Marklnmi com
of Htuto today. pany. Bpeakers committee, J', W,
World's News Told
in Condensed Form
for Hurried Readers
t t'i.!!oltt tif W'lMruhfflli 1
it Wlncomin t on Ida war to
, Ion h.fi.T. Minn, wliire he will iiihIitko
, mi uirltuti within a f'w "I"'. It
j lrn'-U ut Ida offlr hm toil.
1 nKNVKII. Airl 17 -Thin nfctlon of thfi
rt tn.Uy a In th nrln of tho ffcoml
I lillxmril In b ck Ttie iUouviry tmlny
I of tin froipn boili of twu Trlnlrtail boyn
u th Anlmait plains lirnucht th
lileatli Hat of la Kumlay'a atorm to aen
, UOHTON. April 1" -A riiHrnt ,
wninrn may nut voir In thlK atat until
cnai'iina iiciiun iiui. i.-oii tm-,i .
ipUlaturi. or connrwia par an att nak
Inir Ilia ftilfral Hinriul nipnt ctfi-ctlva a
mane maay ny auuih.jt ,ciiriMi , . v
IIBI.FAHT, lrflan.1. April It What l
l.llvil In ha fha ftrht notitlral aaaacl'
nallan on the I'lMrr hordrr iin urrnl lata i
thla avaiilnic whn Tliomua Mtillmllanil of ,
riiimluli. tit mllpa norlliwrvt nf Dublin.
waa ahot on a atrret ami illnl an hour
KANHAH CITV, Kan, April 1" --Mlaa
Alice Herir. elcrk In Ihe officer of tlm
ll.tlnn Inrlfln llullrOAil rnmnany. Wttn
rnhbeil of tho company', ts.ooo pay roll
toilay hv two men wno leapeil irnm a iai
lent). Tin bandit" earnped.
WASIIINOTON, April 17 I'lnal action
wan taken by enngrcea toilay on lenlala
tlon deeluneil to rolleve print paper
conaiimera, tho acnatc paaalnir ilia imuee
bill mamn punt paper iinuer eurni rcnia
free of duty for two yeara
WASHIN'riTnN. April 17 rant It
Demott of I'aterann. N .1.. who waa killed
liy u nennan muni at Weael, mill, no
claim for protection of Immunity as an
American Mnl carricl letters or nuvice, n
IttiMKlan aoilet leattera. according to an
official report receUed lortay tiy the, elate
itpartmnt from Cnmmlaaloner Preael In
LONDON. April J7.--Vtcount French
has reelrnert hla poat aa lord lieutenant if
Ireland. It was naerted thla afternoon hy
yie Uvcnlnr Hland.iril Hla aucccaanr
pril'UIX Will I, "HI l,Cl lP, "II" llltlllt',
aii American, the former MIm Vivian
(lould, ucpnrdlnR to the Utandard.
rillfAllO. Anrtl 17 Ttiomanda of per
sona today uttende.l the funeral of noser
fi-' Hulllvnn, Illinois demncratln political
leader who died. Wednesday. AmoiiK tho
floral iribnlaa Waa a wreatn nr wnilo
carnations, bearlnc n card on which whs
written 'from ine presmeni
m:w vonK, ATriPT?. The si.ooo.nno
miles of w-lre orsarated by Ihe American
Telephono ft Telegraph lo. will be silent
for ono minuie tomorrow as h marK oi
respect for the lute Theodore. Vail.
The traffic will cease nt 11 a. m. eastern
standard time. '
I.ITTI.K HOPK, Ark.. April 1" Tha
Mlasnurl-t'sclflp Hallway company haa
awarded h contract for reconalrucllnn of
Its depot hero which burned shout a week
ago. tOa construction company or raw
York. II la said the 'new structure will
cost about SI.SSO.OoO. The contract was
let on tho cost plus plan.
CONKTANTIN'OI'I.i:, April 17 Throimh
Mu'tpha Urinal's natloimllst (tovernment
at Anirnra. It was learned today that all
the American workers In Arlatlc Turkey
w in tlio exception or tnoeo nt uaiuin,
Oufrn and Alntab, which cities the An
rora novernment his been unable, to
reach by wire, are sifo.
WASIIINOTON. Alirli 17 John Heed,
nn American msiraxirto writer, wno was
reported recently lo nave been executed
In Finland, is in tail at Ado. e'lnland. nn
n charge of smueirllnir, seoordlna lo ad
vices from tlio American charge d'affaires
at HelslnBfnra. made public today by tne
T'l.C.IN. III. April 17- Aiilomohlle ban
dits raided the vlllare or Iiartlstt. eeen
miles east of nialn, early thla mnrnln.
and after collecting o larco assortment
of mHcPlloneous merehanillse were forced
to nbandon their loot nnd were driven ou
of town by n band nf lllacers nrtned with
revolvers and rifle" In th" flrhl Her
man Itemmers, night watchman, was shot
In the leg
I.ANCAHTKfl. Ohio April 17 Thlt
they wero "only playlriK" was Ihe de
fense given by Parrel I'onl.sged 11, and
Kenneth linker. II. when they were or
ralgned III Juvenile court today rhargeil
with attempting lo burn Charles KneMer.
ageil 10. u newsboy, at the stake early
this week. They said they thought the
Kneller buy would be able to stamp' out
the flames with his feet when they left
CHAMPAIGN. Ill, April 17 Lieuten
ant .lainea Welsh, 3S years old, ot Curium
'hrlstl. Texas, una Instantly killed at i
o'i lin k this nflernoon when bo fell 500
feet with his airplane nt rhanute field, u
ii'ivoininenl trnlnlng station His pinna
roll t,0 feci ou'sldc of th field Kldo slip
ping cnuked liim to 1o.q control of the
machine lie was returning to the field
sfter having takn fiitoncl tra t.onga
net Ker. field runimandrr to Danvlliiv 111
All Tulsa Invited to Enlist
. in Overall and Apron Legion
With tho organization of the
Tulmi Overalls club for 1920
yostorday, ecrybody In tho pity Is
asked to consider himself and her
self Invited to Join. s .
Five thousand membeiBhlp
cards will bo roady for distribution
Monday afternoon and addtlounl
cards will be .printed during the
week. The pledge, to bo printed
on ono side ot tho membership
curd will road- "I hereby pledgo
mself i Hat 1 will not buy any now
clothing of .my kind unless It bo
absolutely ntiues.sary until such
tlino us rV'a." prices aro reducod
to n reasonable level." " A bow
knot of rod, white, and blue rib
bon will be the official Insignia of
A lurnrio Is in tho malting for
noxt Wednesday noon. A danco
which members only in uniform
only can attend will bo Mold at
Convention hall Mondays night,
Officers chosen for the organi
zation were: President O. V. Ilor
den, Oklahoma Producing & Ito
flulng Co.; First Vice President V.
M. Iteddlng, Texas Oil company:
Second Vice President J. Harris,
Oil Well Supply company; Sec
retary i:d Culbcrtoon, IlurnpUrict
Pain' company: AssUitant Secro
tary I' T Noppor, Uyiy OH ctim
p.inv Trrasuror J W Mlddleton,
fi l l- tin eompanj . Assisiniu
I T.ens-jrrr I Irwin Clypsy Oil com
STRIKE IS OVER
HERE SAYS GOW
Major Part of Strikers
Back on Job; Others
FORM NO YARD UNION
Chairman of Frisco Men De
clares That Movement
Kails in Tulsa. 1
BUSINESS BACK TO NORMAL
More Than AveniKC Day's
Business Yesterday; Other
Strikes Cause Kmbargo.
"As far an Tul.sa to concerned, the
railroad Ktrlko was over Maturd.
morning when tno major part of the
l'Vlnco yardmen reuimod to work,"
TIiuh did Trank C. Utiw, local
HUpcrlntendcut of tho 1'rincn termi
nals sum up "tlio ntrlke nltuntlon,"
lato lost night. Morn than 250 car
loads wero Bent out over Trlneo linen
from Tulsa yesterday. Including 170
cars of oil alone, How Jfdded. Thero
wore IS cam of merchandise loaded
and Honl out last night, ho mild,
which Is a llttln nioro thun tin aver
age day's business.
Midland Valley officials report
that normal business Is being
handled on that road, only two men
having left tho employment nf tho
rond slnco tho Htrlkn begun liere
moro than n week ago. All others
are now nt work, rtuiln le yard
men and Katy yardmen wero nn
duty Inst night. No "strike" wiih
notlceablo on cither of thoso roads,
"Tlio 'Association of yardmen,' or.
ganlzed among tho ntrlkers In Ilou
of recognition of their walkout by
tho Ilrotherhoo,! of Hallway Train
men, Iiih departed an nuddenly : It
arrived," declared I C. Dudley,
chnlrmnn nf tho ''risen men belong
ing to tho brotherhood. "Tho only
handicap to railroad transportation
In Tulsa slnco Saturday mnrnlw? has
been tho lack of sufficient oil ears
nt the big refineries hern duo to
strikers nt Kansas City nnd else
where." Only the embargoes placed In ef
fect prior to the strtko aro still In
effect and oven thoso havo been
modified, now reiterated last night.
Ho said that the men not now nt
work nro not on "strlko."
"Our road has a contract with the
nrnlherhnod of Hallway Trainmen."
Oow said "Only a pnrt of thoso
men now out are members of the
brotherhood. I do not know what
action will bo taken with regard to
retaining them as members of that
organization, but I can my that the
men now nwny from their Jobs aro
not employes on strike. Thev aro
out nf a Jon nnd It will bo only n
few days until oven thoso Jobs will
V.A Cllln.l IVI.ntliA.. tl,.. unn, .
bo rilled, wiiotiior tno sanin men
nro filling them at that time, I can
not nay. Perhaps other men will be
in them. Thero aro numornus out
of ljwn men nnxjous to wnik In. tho
Frisco yards In Tulsa. Tho quoHtlnn
ot n wngo srvtlo does not nnter Into
It. Wo have nwago scale with tho
brotherhood and It In brotherhood
men who nro going to do tho work."
Kennedy Special ft. I
, rilet Mlgnon of Pcef Oolhert SanceJ
Minute Potatoca, Harden Teas, Tried Ap.
I plea. 11 a. in. to 9 p. in, Kennedy Iteatau
Simpson. Te.xas Oil company; and
entertainment commuter, k. II.
Poo. J. H Markham cnmpaiiy.
Interest In tho movement was
mnnlfcsted In different ways
throughout the city. Over 100
men of tho Texas company woro
khaki trousers nnd O. D. shirts to
work yesterday and an unusually
large sprinkling of khnkl outfits
and unlonnlls wero In evidence on
the rtreets. Employes of several
companies hold meetings to adopt
uniforms Tho girls' club of the
Central National bank decided up
on work dresses of blue cambric
with whlto collar nnd cuffs'. Tho
contagion nlso spread to Sand
Springs, where tho" employes of
Ihe Pierce Oil company voted To
Join the club.
Tho movement received unan
imous endornement of tho Tultvv
county farmers co-operatlvo com
pany at tholr meeting hero yester
day, according to I,owU Cllne,
president. Uxory ono of the 200
members In attendance went on
record In favor of buying no moro
clothing until Um present prices
nro greatly reduced, pledging
themselves to wear overalls until
this result Is accomplished.
Mothers. housewives, college,
girls, leachers, and business wom
en aro Invited to the mass meet
ing for women lp tho municipal
auditorium at o o'clock Monday
afternoon, when economy and np
proprlntencss In dress for women
wlil bo considered leading worn
en of tho city in different capaci
ties will bo the speakers.
Wharton Will Join
Labo r Body Mo nday;
Leaves Kansas City
Wharton, Inlornatlonal president to
tlio railroad iiuiplnyi's deportment of
tho American l'cdi ration of Ijihor,
who haa been prifddlng at tho bi
ennial convention here of the de
partment, left tonight for Washing
ton to attend the meetings next
week of newly appointed railroad
labor board on Monday. A request
of tho dcpaitutcnt that Mr. Wharton
bo permitted to remain hero during
tho convention wus not granted by
President Wilson. '
II. M. Jowell, n member ot tho bi
partisan wage board during federal
administration of railroads, will pre
side nt tha remaining sessions ot tlui
convention. Matters dealing with tho
question of wages will onino buforo
tho conference next week, It was
ASSIGN NEW CITY"
Adkison Given Police
and Fire; Newblock
NO POLICECHIEF YET
Yotinkman in Water Depart
ment; Stelner Street
J. M. Adkison
bo tho next
rcomniU - sloner of nollco and flro. This
. . . .
hintter wn definitely decided at n
meeting of tho recontly elected
mayor and board of commissioners
hold Saturday afternoon. Other as
signments wero tnado as follows:
C. S. Youtigman, commissioner of
water nnd sowers; O. A. rltelner,
commissioner of street nnd publlo
property; II. Newblock, commis
sioner of fln.inco nnd revenue.
J'. II. Maroney tecelved tho ip
polntment of municipal Judge. Judgo
Frank Duncan will bo tho new city
attorney, his appointment having
been made scvoral days ugo.
Uther appointments wero dls-
cUBsed but no definite action taken In
any case Ono Interesting develop
ment ycHtcrday was tho application
of J no .Uepew. former pollen chief
at Muskogee and later connected
with the Prario oil Ai llir i'o., for
the position of chief of police. De
lias tho reputation of being u capable
Assignments nnd appointments
agieed upon jesterday will be mado
official!) at tho first meeting of tho
new board on May I
Mayor T. D. ICvans oxpnuied his
dlBapproval at thin meeilng of (lei
calo of Woodward park or-uny part
of tho ncienge.
At a former meeting Commissioner
II. F. Newbloi'k accepted tho its
Hlgnmont of police and firo commis
sioner, but upon more fully consid
ering the matter the board decided
thul tlie thorough training tho prcs
CO.VTI.Nt'EI) ON PAIIK KOUK,
FIRE "REPORT "FALSE
No Damage Occurred When Siipulpn
ItcfluiT)' i:mplo)PH lliirueil OH
ItefiiMi at Plant,
Special to The World
HAPULPA, April 17. About 100
barrels of "slop," or refuse, from
tlm h'ftpulpa roflnery was burned
near tho plant shortly after noon
today by employes of tho plant, giving-
I Iso to a repot t that tho plant
Itself was on flro. Tho "left over"
product taken from petroleum was
burned purposel. officials of the
refining company said, and the local
f 1 1 v department was called merely to
prevent a pos-llilt sptend of tho flro,
Tin bluzc waa confined to a largo
concrete basin consti acted for tlio
purpose Mid no damage resulted.
Mirll 17., A. O.
ITALY ASKS U.S.
TO SEND ENVOYS
Kequest Will Ho Laid
lief ore President by
COUNCIL WILL MEETl
Allies Gather at San Homo on
Monday Unlikely Amer
icans Will Attend.
MANY PROBLEMS COME UP
Execution of Treaty Turk
ish and Hungarian Prob
lems to Be Considered.
REQUEST IS NOT ACTED ON
War Department to Pass
Upon Movement of Mexi
cans Through U. S.
WASH I. VU TON, April 17. Itftly,
through Amb.issaiior Avezzann, has
Invited thu United States to send a
representative lo the allied confer
ence at San Itcnio and Secretary
Colby has promlred to lay tho matter
beforo President Wilson.
Who'll tho allied conforenco was
first called It was announced that
this country woull norbe represented
and soino officials bullevnd tills do.
olslon would not bo changed.
PA1UH, April 17.--Tho report
which has been circulated Unit tho
allied conforenco nt Snn rtonin would
consider tho Immediate udmltxilon of
Uermnuy to tho league of nations Is
r-ffarded hero ns extremely Improb.
able. u Is pointed out that the
covenant of tho league provides for
Ihe admission of new members which
fulfill tho rroulroment for member.
ship on n two-thirds voto of tho as
semuy of the lcngl(C, Therefore,
CJermany's application, should she
make one, should bo nddrcsMcd to
tho secretary of the lenKUo of nations,
It Is pointed out, Instead of to the
Kin llt'ino conference.
Ily Associated Press Btala Wire,
SAN lti:.MO, Italy, April 17.
vVhether tho United Stales would be
represented nt tho conference of Hit
allied tuitions colli d to miot In Sail
Homo was a qtlostlon which had not
neon answered heie oh the chief r l
resentatvi-s of tho powers gathered
lod'iy for tho Bessloun which nro t
begin Monday Premier Nllll of
It'lly, who reached San Itemn a dn
aln nil of tlmo to lecelvo Iho dele
gations of tho nllled natlntm us they
nrrlied, exruessed Ignominon an to
CONTINHKIl OK 1'AQK KOUIt.
After Paper Supply
OTA W A . April 17. nngllsh pub
lishers have been so Incunveulnnciid
by tho shorlngo of iiowspriilt paper
that a syndicate of them In prepared
to spend (40,000,000 in Canada to In.
a ure an udeiiuato and continuous
supply, according lo ('. It. Hall
Calno, sou of the Kngllsh novcjlst.
Mr. t'alne. who Is In Canada repre
senting tho syndicate, says ho pro
poses to buy 1,000 siU.'iro fillies of
timber and erect mills,,
liirminylmm Ledger Is
Taken by News Company
ltlltMINflHAM, Ala. April 17.--Aniioiincoment
In mndek. tonight of
the purchase nf tho nlriiilnghain
Ledger by the lllrmlngham News
company Tho Ledger, which pub
llshes an afternoon anil Sunday
morning paper, will appear tomor
row for the l ist time, It wild staled
The Ledger has published n dally
paper In lllrmlngham continually tor
2 I years.
Negro Spirited Away
From Kentucky Mob
DAN VILLI-:. Ky April 17. -While
a mob of 300 was outside tho court
house tonight demanding admission
Luelen Jenkins, negro, held In con
nection with tho kidnapping last
night of 7-yenr-old Willie Trlmblo
wan spirited nwny for wife keeping
by Chief of Police Thurmond nnd
New York Life
Farmer & Duran
Wi l'alitco Illdg, Phono 131
Estrada Cabrera Capitulates to Revolution
ists After Holding Out for Several Days
Personal Safety. Is Guaranteed Pro
visional Government Is Now in Full Con
trol i-Order Is Maintained
WASIIINOTON, April 17. Ptes
tdont Kstrada Carbrera and his iirKTy
surrendered to the unionist forces at
10 a. m. yesterday, according ,to re
ports received today at tho Btulo de
partment from (Juiiteinala Olty
A colonel nnd 10 men of Cabro
ra's niiiiy were reported to havs
been killed, but no details of fight
ing woio given. The) message said
order was being maintained In tho
city nnd that thn saloons and lhtunr
houses hud been cloned.
The provisional government has
given pledges to soourn tho safety of
Ol'ATi:.MALA CITV. April 17 -Pn
(dent Kstruilrn Cabrera capi
tulated to thu revolutionary forccn
of Carlos Herrar last night ufler thn
taller hail enveloped his tdronghnld
of li Pnlma. Tho president agreed
to suriender himself today, tho
revolutionists guaranteeing his per
sonal, snfety anil also retention of aJl
the prupurty legally obtalnud by
President Cabrera's troops lui
been fnulitK a battle for several days,
Tho ptesldunt took refugo in his
stronghold at la Pnlma and hoped
to hold off thn rebel forces, For
several days ho succeeded, but fin
ally was forced to capitulate to the
nrmeil forres of thu robulllon. La
Pnlma Is located Just outside the
Presldont Cnbrorn. has been fno
I tig troubln for some time, nnd
revolutionary plans havo been In the
making 'pr months, which tho re
sult thai sovoral (lays they
culminated In un armed movomonl.
American marines wero landed to
safeguard American Interests and
AbUHsndor McMillan was given au
thority to act with referenco to tho
Interests of tho United States ,
Railroad Body Gets Down
to Business at
4 DISPUTE IS TAKEN UP
Wage Demands of Two Mil
lion Employes Considered
No Action on Strike.
WASIIINOTON, April 17. The
railroad labor board got down to
IsuBlnosH today with tho election of
It. it. llarlon, of Tcnnisaoe, a mem
ber of tho public group, as perman
ent chairman and tho appointment
of C. 11. Catrlthuis of Texas, us
pornintiont secretary. Mr. Caj-rlthers
was tormeily secretary nf adjust
ment board No. 1, of tho railroad ad
mliilstiatlou, 'With Its machlnciy In
working order to adjust the wage
demands ot nearly 2,000,000 rail
way employe tho board received tlm
control crsy us It stood when tho bi
partisan adjustment board failed to
reach n settlement April I.
W. N Douk, vlco president of tho
Ilrothorhood ot Hallway Trainmen,
presenled tho workout' case Hiid K.
T. Whiter, chairman of tho- Associa
tion of Hallway Kxccutlvcs appouicd
for tho railroads,
Action by tho board to force tho
Now England Steamship association
to relftnlati men who hud left their
Jobs during tho "outlaw strike," wus
asked by K. T Fitzgerald, president
of thn Ilrothorhood of Hallway and
Steamship Clerks, freight Manilloru,
express and station employes and J.
II. Prtiott of New York, representing
tho Masters, Mules and Pilots as
sociation. Htoamshiii clerfts nnd fore
men in New York who went out, It
was claimed, wero now subjected to,
t .,((.. i.ni,M,.
The board took no action, ruling
i.,..'i. ..i i,- i.,..iu,ii-n
pVues that comi 'befoVoli rnuTi i k,',d hoT W
tho regular cIiaiiiioIh provided by thn m,n iiri mtilM
transportation act which requires all 1 II lU Y lUtVl illlll
controversies to uo laid nerorii a lil
partisan board for adjustment.
The board will resume work Mon
day when A Wharton of tho labor
group who has not yut assumed his
duties Is oxpected to bo proscnt. So
far tho sessions of the board have
been behind closed doors.
.Mnrlaiiil Wear Overalls,
TONCA. CITY. 'Okla., April 17.
With tho exception of tho general
manager of the associated companies
all main employees of tho Marland
Oil & (las Co. signed mi OKTeement
today to wear overalls commencing
Monday of next until such tlmo as
thn price of other clothing comes
down Tho women employees signed
lo wear gingham garments, Marland
has 800 employes jiero In all departments.
Pirsldeitt Cnlircrrn nnd may Bhowlng
(In black) Iho Petition of
New Orleans Increases
18,000 in Population
WASIIINOTON, April 17. Now
Orleans, 387,408, Increase ot 48,333,
or 14,3 per cent.
Athens, Ua 10,718, Increase. 1,835,
or 12. J per cent.
Tucson, Ariz., 20,292, Increase
7,0U!, or 63,8 per cont.
Marquette, Mich., 12,718, increase
1,216, or 10. r, tier cent.
Ktiroku, Cn! 13,212, lucrensa 1,367
or 11-S per cent.
rnlrland National Hunk Knloml
Hum Down Viitilt Disir Socurl.
lies Worth ll,ooo Taken.
llr Associated Prasa Htate Wlra.
MIAMI, Okla., April 17. -Using nn
oxyacntylono torch with which to
burn down thn vault door In tho
First National bnnk of Fnlrlund, 10
miles south of hern, thrco burglars
enrly this morning looted tho safety
deposit boxes In tho hank of Liberty
bonds, baby bondsi und other securi
ties valued at between 10,000 and
(6,000 and escaped In n motor car.
Four tnnkM of oxygen and acotyleno
wero tisod In breaking Into the vault
mid 13 dcppslt boxes wero broken
Into Tho exnet loss Is not known,
but Sam Ames, a Fnlrlund garage
insii. lost 1 2,600 In bonds and Htevo
Mitchell 1700. Oilier losses were
Two mouths ago a similar attempt
to rob the bunk failed. Tho roh
borv wiih discovered shortly after 6
o'clock this morning when a family
living ucros tho street from tho
bank saw the .on leave.
Negro Who Shot Wife
Is Critically Wounded
Mamie Wood Is dead and her hus
band, W. .1. Wood, a negro fortuno
teller, Is In tho hospital with several
bullets In his hip as u result of n
fight between tho couplo nt their
h()m(Ji ., ()rth arw0I1W00(ll yCHtr
day morning. Wood said thut his
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TUi.HA, Okla., April 17. Maximum,
1, minimum, CI: south wlmli, clear.
OKLAHOMA; Hunday probably fair,
much coiner, eironit northerly winds, nrob
ably fruit Monday inoriilniti Monday fair,
.OUIHlANAi Sunday ehowera. cooler,
strong eaaterly to northerly winds: urob
ably Kalea un the coast; Monday probably
AHKANSAfli Hunday ran, cooler, atronc
eaaterly to nortnoriy winds; probably Iron
In northwest portion Monday mornlnx;
Monday fair, cooler In east portion.
KAHT TUN AH rlimilav seniciiy t.ilr In
weat. showers In norttieaat and eitreme
east poitlona, cooler stronir southwest to
i nortiiweat winds,
robably sales on tno
roast, probably frost In northwest and
norm central portlona Monday morn ni;
Monday fair, cooler In east psrilon
W1JHT '1KXA3: Hunday eenerally fair.
cooler In north and oouthe2t r irtlons,
frost .or lr.Mli.. in nrrth por'lon Monday
inoriunfi Monday lair, connnueu vviu.
1'Outlaw" Union Head by
Grunau Adds New Con
ditions for Peace.
SOME STILL HOLD OUT
New York Employes Re
fuse to Go Back Until
(Ily tltf Associated I'rpss.)
Tmrriu on the- country's' main
arli'ilCH of traiisMirtntlon iiffccl
cil ly tlm "outlaw" strike, witii fur
nearer iiornml lust night than nt
liny lime slni'c Its illsrnptloii, . . ,
Willi llui iiiinlilnedv of the
railroad labor Imiiii-iI In Washing
tOii,'M'( In itn it Ion lo adjust vnr.
Plus wni ('outrowrslois. tlipro
iiuiii) roporlH from the prlnrJimT
railroad ccnlcrs of vnstly Im
proied (yindltlons with hero nnd
llier't it show nf lingering sttili
lionitipsH by tlio slrlkcrH to con.
Ilnuo an npimrcnlly Iiok1csm
CHICAOO. April 17. Recognition
of the Chicago Yardmen's associa
tion nti tho troveriilng body ot rail
way Rwltuhmen and yardmen was
added to tho demands ot striking
milt oud employes In thu Chicago
tormina; district today ut a meeting
of officers of tho now "uutluw"
John tlriiimif, president of tho as
Boclalton, announced utter tho meet
ing that It had been unanimously
decided that tho original demand
presented to tho general malingers'
association should stand, He denied
i c porta that It wus planned in ciu
on tno striKo ami asserted that theru
had been no desertions from tho
ranks of tho strikers, ,
While tho rebel union leaders
malutulned that tho walkout wan
mooting with success, Chicago rail
roads (tuniluiiced a further Improve
ment In switching operations, and
from the stock yards It was reiior..
-d that receipts wero abovo normal
titK u, ,,.., In., ,
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Rail heads and brotherhood ot.
fleers who have been Vlghtlns tho
unauthorized striko dcclarod hun
dreds of men were returning to work
und that a speedy leturn to normal
conditions was expected,
tlrumili, una of tho 2,0 men arrett
ed by federal ngenjs,' and charged
wiin violations oc ino Lever net, sent
a tulojfrum to presidents nt -yard
men's association locals throughout
tho country requesting thorn to at
tend thn meeting In Chicago nexl
Monday to consider plans for con
tinuing Ihe strike.
Ormintl's ntatoment declared "thero
shall bo no discrimination against
any men who havo withdrawn from
tho servlco of tho various railroad
coifipanles und they must bo restored
to ineir runner, seniority i-unk."
Switch enirlnes In oiiiirnilon in
Chicago today numbered 481. more
than CO per cont ot rwrrnal. Live
stock shipments oast woro normal
wnuo snipmciitn oc rresh, meat wero
76 por cont of normal. Tho rallroaoj
announced strikers hnd returned to
work at Villa drove, West Franklm
and Salem, 111., und on tho Chicago
t i.asiern Illinois railroad.
Ul'FFALO. N, V.. April 17. An
agreement providing for Immediate
roturn to work ot tno striking yard,
nion In the lltttfalo district was ac
cepted tonight by committeemen
representing tho railroads und tho
old anil new unions of yard em
ployer. Tho agreement Is sublect to rati
fication by a voto of tho strikers.
i-onuine i ins voto, wnicn will im
taken tonight, tho terms wlil bi
kept sec ret.
PITTSUUHOII. Pa.. April 17. At
n special meeting of thu lialtlmoro
Ar Ohio passtnger trainmen ,it which
CONTINUED O.V PAOB FOl It.
TELL H0WAT TO RUN MINES
Juilgii Ciirraii Issues Order Directing
llliii to Semi .Men to Work.
PITTKUUHO, Kan, April 17
Judgo Andrew J. Curran this mom
lug oidered Alexander Hnwat and
Other district officials of tho Kan
sas miners' union to order back to
work tho minors who have been
Idln for a week. Tho action wa
taken on the motion of H. J. Hop
kins, uttorney general ot Kansas, for
permission to amend tho petition of
tho Btato for u pormanent injunc
tion against a striko,
Tho Judgo ordered thp union offi
cials to take this action or show
cause for not doing so In court
April 27. On that date a hearing on
tho application to make tho tern
porary Injunction. Issued two weokn
ago permanent will occur
Bonds for Alexander Howat and
th othqr miners' union officials hold
in the Jails at Ottawu and lola, were
approved by Judgo Curran, A. ,
Kellir COIIIUy aiiorury, imoieumm-
,.. ..niiei,i tl. ulmrlffs at Ot. iw-a and
I .' .' . lcnso tho men anil tender
' r ,n "., " ,U
them transportation to Pittsburg.