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WOOD HOLDS TOP
PLACE IN BATTLE
General Stands Out as
Leader in Presiden
FEW- DELEGATES LEFT
Less Than 200 Rem a i n
to Be Chosen for Conven
tion at Chicago.
WILSON RETAINS WHIP HAND
President Expected to Domi
nate Frisco Convention
Cox Coming to Front.
By HASCOM H. TIMMONS
WASHINGTON, May 8. Gen.
ICimard Wood's candidacy la todny
at thu highest pinnacle It hTis reached
(ti trie spectacular republican cam
paign. For five months It him ad
vanced and retreated and advanced
ngaln. And today exactly one month
before tho delegates tako their Beats
In Chicago to formulate a platform
nnd nominate, a standard bearer,
Wood Is at tlie top of tho heap.
In December It looked like Wood
tn a walk. In January It still looked
good for him. In February ho seemed
out of It, In Manli ho gained again.
In April tho "political wiseacres again
counted him out hate In April he
xtai ted gaining again. Ills moral
victory in Ohio and his artual vic
tories In New Jersey, Maryland and
Indiana, cent his stock soaring.
Leonard Wonil may not bo noml
natcd at Chicago. There nro bosses
In the party who do not want him.
but bosses do not always control.
Hut whether or not ho la nominated
the ruco he hits run will go down in
political hlitory as one of thu most
remarkable In American unnals.
When Wood refused to stand ifor
the methods of John T. Kins and
dothroncd tho Connecticut man. pol
iticians here said the general had
made a fatal mistake. When ho lost
Nebraska, Mlahigun and Montana,
nnd barely pulled through In South
Dakota, ho wan again counted out.
Hut there was substance behind his
candidacy and reverses only steeled
Its fiber. Ho stopped Jlirnm John
won dead In Now Jersey, Maryland
nnd Indiana, when tho Johnson
movement was at Its crest. Ho went
Into Ohio and put Warren O. Hard,
ing out of tho running. A great deal
of watei will pass over the mill In
the 30 days Intervening between IIiIh
and the convening of the convention
nt Chicago. There will bo the usual
attempts to pull the leader back to
an equality with the rest of tho aH
nirlnc presidential pact, but that it
can be done now hardly teems prob
able Gov. Henry J- Allen of Kansas,
who has grown throughout tho
country for tho last few months, has
let It bo known that hn does not
consider himself a compromise can
didate. Governor Allen made It
plain that ho does not think there
is any need of a compromise and that
thy nomination ought to go to Oon-c-Mil
With the voting n Indiana and
California Tuesday the primary elec
tions of tho counfty virtually were
ended with a few exceptions, and
the scramblo of tho republican can
didates for delegates will bocome a
more orderly and carefully organ
ized play fur the favor of tho tinln
structcd delegates who will be seated
r.t tho Chicago convention.
The certain slowing up of the
republican fight Is sure to direct
fONTINl'F.D ON PAUK BKVKN j
OPEN" HEADQUARTERS ;
Rojuibllcnns Cot llnnr of Iiwrenec
" Hotel In Oklahoma Cliy Plan
Campaign Among Women.
OKLAHOMA CITY. May S
Headquarters of tho republican state
.'tntral committee will bo opened
Vilonday, morning at the Lawrence
hotel John D. Apploby, secretary of
tho committee, announced today.
Mr. Appleby will bo In actlvo charge.
Tim headquarters will occupy the
entire front of the second floor,
which was used by the state beforo
the coniiilntlon of the capltol build
ing, aa offices for the court clerk
and state library
Mrs. Otis II. Curcton of Musko
gee, vice state chatrman of the com
mittee, in chargo of tho womon's
department .also will maintain an
office In the new headquarters here,
in addition to her headquarters at
Muskogee, Mr. Appleby said.
Work of weaving tho women's
political organizations Into tho reg
ular state committee Is to begin next
week, It was announced. Mrs.
Curcton nnd Miss Ethel McKlnnoy
of Chicago, special representntlvo of
the women's department of the na
tional republican committee, will go
lo Dnrtlesvllln May 12 to organize
tne women of Washington county.
May ni they will bo In Tulsa to or
ganize tho unmet! of that county nnd
May 14 they will spend In Clarenioro
perfecting the organization In Rog
ers county This work Is to bo push.
ed Until women in even pntlntv in
Oklahoma are organized Into n work
ablo porUon of the stato committee,
Thirty Posses Hunt Bigamist
Lester Clark Still at Large With Six Hundred j
Men Scouring Mcintosh and Muskogee,
runf IftMr Hiintnr Shrtr hv Pnnnnnr1
Who Gets Guh Smuggled to Him in Food
ML'SKOOF.F., Oltla., May 8. T-ost-cr
Clark, alleged bigamist, wllo shot
und killed Jailer Jack Jtunter at
Eufaula this morning, Is still at
large tonight. Thirty pocses are
searching the hills and valley of
Molntnsh and Muskogeo counties,
and all trains running through
towns north and south of Kufaula,
are being searched.
There aro 60(1 men scouring tho
country, according to ti telephone
message received from l.utaulii to
night,. An lnane man escaped with
Clark after Hunter liad been Hhot
down. Tho alarm was given by n
prisoner. The Hhot was fired when
the jailer tried to closo tho door
after the breakfast dishes had been
removed from dark's cell
Clark yelled to Hunter "yon have
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PARIS, May R. A general strike
order, effective Monday morning on
all Paris subways and metropolitan
traction linos was sont out today.
WASHINGTON, May 8. Sonato
republican lenders today doclded to
postpone calling up tho peace resolu
tion until Tuesday because of tho
absonco of several senators.
CINCINNATI, Ohio, May 8.
Henry T. Hunt, member of tho fed
eral labor board and former mayor
of Chlnclnnatl, was today silod for
llvorco by Mis. Thomas Haydock
NEW YORK, May S. Henry
Morgenthau, nominated by President
Wilson as ambassador to Mexico, Is
sued ii statement today denying re
ports that he would decllno thu post
If confirmed by tho senate.
DALLAS, Texas, May 8. Robert
Swan, bellboy in u local hotel, lute
yesterday refused a 50-ccnt tip when
ho returned 11,-tOO to a man who
had left the wallet containing thu
money on a desk In the lobby.
ELGIN, III.. ?May 8 Henry C.
Frledrlcks, secretary of tho F.lgiu
Granite works, was shot and klllod
by his wife today. According to the
police, Mrs, Frledrlcks wjs "Insane
WASHINGTON, .May 8. The Ma
son resolution calling for recognition
bv this country of tho Irish republic
will bo considered In the house for
eign affairs committee May 17, ac
cording to present plans.
WASHINGTON. Mny 8 Consid
eration of tho Konyon bill providing
for tho establishment or a lauor
court will begin before tho closo of
presont session, according to an an
nouncement made today bv Oliuir
mnn ICenyon of the senate educa
tion and labor committee.
TRIK8T, May 8. dipt Gabrlele
d'Annunzio today raptured the
Itallnn steamship Hiiro Fojervary
hnii'ml from Trlost to Catania with a
cargo of grain. Ho sent two nntt-
submarine craft to mako tho capture
which occurred In Quarnero hay.
Tho captain of tho ship was ordered
to proceed to Flume
JCAREZ, Mexico. May S Juarez
tridav ce ehratcd the reported Vic
torles of the liberal constitutionalist
nartv bv band concerts and proces
(lions. The streets wero crowded with
people carrying tho national colors
green, wnilo and red and snoui
Ing "viva la revolution."
CHICAGO. May 8. The repub
licin national committee will meet
here next Monday and Tuesday to
plan arrangements for the national
convention, members wero notified
today. Governor Edwards of New
Jfrscy. democrat, nnd Senator
lrih nsun of a)lfoi tila, republican
opened national headquarters here
' KANSAS CITY, May R. William
H. Woods, now a resident nf Chi
cago, was Indicted by a federal grand
Jury heio today on 3 coiirns cnarg
Inir the misuse of tho malls to do
fraud. Woods wns arraigned today
and allowed CO days to preparo his
answer to "the Indictment. He was
released on JB.ooo nona.
New York Life
Fanner & Duran
203 Palace Illdg.
Jailer at Eufala
forgotlcn something " "as thu Jailer
reopened the door Clark fired and
leaped over tho man's body and
dashed to (freedom.
The Jailer fell with his hand on his
It was said tonight that a gun
prolmbly had been smuggled Into the
tail with Clark's food. Clark's wlfo
lives In F.ufaula and has been send4
Ing him his food. Tho woman has
tint yot been arrested. Clark was nr.
rested two months ago as a fugitive
from Justice. ,llo wno wanted In
Washington for forgery and bigamy.
Tho governor had only recently hon
ored extradition papers and n, Wash
ington sheriff was at Iifaula to lake
diargo of tho prisoner.
Jack Hunter had Wren Jailer at
Htifaula for10 yrais. JIo was mar
ried and leaves a widow nnd three
. , i
Not to Bid Too Much
ADMINISTRATION v BAD
Poor Judgment and Conduct
of Affairs Blamed for
Present High Price.
WASHINGTON, May S. Ration
ing of sugar yJf manufacturers of
nonessentials and an agreement be
tween vtho United States and forqlnn
countries not to bid against iacj(
other for thU commodity wero sug
gested today by Herbert Hoover us
meant) of relieving thu sugar situ
ation. Mr. Hoover's suggestions wero
contained In a telegram to Senator
Cupper, republican. Kansas, In re
sponse to oho of Inquiry from tho
senator. Mr, Hoover said tho Gov
ernment was primarily responsible
for thu present situation through tho
failure to purchase tho Cuban crop.
"Tho presont sugar position Is duo
simply to bad business ddmlnlstra
tlon," said Mr. Hoover. "Ixist Sep
tember the administration could
have bought the Cuban sugar crop
at Oljc a pound, for raw sugar. This
would havo given l-'c sugar to our
"Tho profiteering Is International.
Tho tdtuatlon is as much disliked by
the vast majority ofvour,' manufac
turers and distributors as by tho
public, for thoy do not llko even to
bo accused of profiteering. This
situation cannot bo remedied by tho
attorney general's conception lhat
forces of this clinractcr can he
handled by putting u few pcoplo In
J.ill. Something could be done to
remedy matters If our government
even now entered Into negotiations
with tho largo Kuropean govern
ments to stop bidding against each
other nnd secure our fair share of thu
"Tho second thing that could bo
dono to break this gigantic bubble
of speculation would bo to reduce
consumption through Immediate
rationing of the nonussontlat con
sumers. Over one-third of our sugar
Is used by tho candy, sweet drinks
and other mnnufacrurers of nones
sentials. During thu war these
trades patriotically co-operated In
surh reduction and themselves found
substitutes of other sweetening ma
terials for tho maintenance of their
trade. They could no doubt co-'
New York's Monthly
Put at $100,000,000
NL'W YORK. Mav 8. More
than J100.000.000 a month Is be
ing spent for luxuries in Man
hattan, according to a statement
Issued today by William H. Ed
ward, collector of Internal revenue
He based this estlinutu on tho
steady Increasa In thu receipts
from luxury taxes, declaring that
what Is genernlly termed tho "orgy
of spending" has not exhausted
"My accounts show," he said,
"that there Is" more money col
lected In taxes from tho Ico cream
sodas and other small sales which
carry a penny or two tax, than
thoro Is from tho sale of diamonds,
furs, touring cars and other ex
pensive Items. Thoro was a big
tax paid by druggists on expensive
perfumes nnd cosmetics."
In February more than J2.000.
000 more in luxury taxes wns paid
than In uny previous month, Mr
Kd wards ald Tho largest Inch
vldual tuxes were paid by dealers
In Jewelr furs auiomnbl ca and
"A kings ransom was spent for
candy," ho aborted.
DEBS TO BE PUT
Socialists Will Formally
HILLQUIT RAPS WILSON
Declares President Betrayed
Radicals Who Elected
Him Four Years Ago.,
FOSTER TELLS STRIKE PLAN
Wants to Set! Rail Men, Steel
Workers and Minors in
Next Rig Walkout.
NHVV YORK, May 8. Kugono V
Oelis. now serving 10 years In
Atlanta, Ga., penitentiary for viola- (
tlon of tho wartime espionage liws,
will bo formally launched hero to
morrow Into the 1920 national pollt
Iral campaign as a candidate for the
fifth time for tho socialist presi
Leaders of tho socialist party nt
tho convention hero wore sponsors
.. .1.1. -t i nn t tnillt-llt AnnllllT
iur im ninJnimfc fc-,...r.... -
that Morris Illllqult probably would
announce Uebs us "our one canui
dato" In his tccond convention
speech of a keynote naturo to be
delivered at n socialist mass meet
ing tn Madison Squado Gnrdcn.
Tomorrow's garden meeting Is re
garded as the "most Important over
held" by tho socialist party ot
America, according to executive,
commlteemen. Thu utterances thoro,
(hey said tonight, "will In a largo
measure, lay tho lines for tho coming
Todav .the convention cheered
HUlqultV arraignment of tho nd
ministration nt Washington as
trnver of radical principles,
dent Wilson wns said to htivo cam
paigned for prior to tho 1910 elec
tion, at which tlmo, Illllqult do-
clared, socialist votes elected him.
In the first "keynotw'1 address ot
tho session, Illllqult, as chalrmnn of
the convention for thu day, predicted
that tho socialist party ticket would
roll ni) more thun 2,000,000 votes In
November and probably triple Us
membership beforo tho year ends,
Tho convention opened with the
singing of tho "Internatlonlo," tho
"Marseillaise" nnd ' the "Hymn of
Frco Russia." Tho unveiling of n
llfe-sizo portrait of Ilebs, framed In
niacK, nrotignt an ovation, and i""
chnlrman was Instructed by urilon
mous vote to telegraph him the con.
ventlon's "love nnd pride" for him.
Tomer Is Clircml.
Prime Minister Theodore of
Queensland, Australia, addressed tho
convention briefly and William ..
Foster, leader ot tho steel strike,-
also took the platform on tho con
ventlon's Invitation, Roth worn
cheered and Foster received an ova.
Hon when ho appealed for solidarity
of labor forces throughout the conn
"Whrn we have the next big
strike," ho said, "I want to sen the
steel workers, the mlnn workers,
the' railroad men every trade, In
Routine occupied most of tho con
ventlon time today. Adoption of
rules and election of committees
consumed tho entire afternoon. The
convention went on record In fnvor
of tho six. hour work day for labor
CO.NT1NVKI) ON I'AUrJ HEVtt.N
POST DEFENDS COURSE
Assistant Lnlmr Chief ApponM Ho
fore Committee ami Dcnlctt lln
Sj iup.it hli-H Willi Radicals.
WASHINGTON. May -Denying
that his sympathies were with
radical elements' rounded up by the
department of Justice, Assistant
Secretary of Labor Post declared to
day that In handling alien deportu
tlon cases, be acted solely in accord
ance wlih the evidence
Mr. Post, in (Continuing his testi
mony before the honso rules com
mltteo as to. his conduct In depor
tation proceedings, suld ho wai nr.
tuated always by tho single thought
of trying to find out whether ac
cused nllens were guilty.
Answering Chalrmnn Campbell's
question whether tho political con
victions of aliens ho had freed had
appealed to him Mr. Post nlti-
I'l nrn utterly out of sympathy
with the attitude of the physical
force nf tho philosophical nrfarchtsts.
For 30 years I havo been fighting
In the deportation enscs, Mr,
Post said ho had followed a proced
ure assuihg a fair trial, with coun
sol lor tho accused and ft full op
portunity to bo hoard. Representa
tive Pou, domocrat, North Carollfia,
remarked that Mr. Post's rules oper
ated to mako deportations rrloro dif
ficult tuit tho witness replied that
any ruin to protect personal lib
erty Involved exercise of safcguaids
tending toward delay At this point.
Mr I'u a member of tho commit
tee said that while his views on
deportation were different from
hi so of Mr l n;:t he believed the
latter, tn mnki)g decisions, was uc-
unted by u tcnuo of duty.
Socialists to Name
Debs Again to Head
NKW YORK, May 8 Socialists
who aro In session hero nro united
In saying that Hugemi V. Debs will
ngaln head the ticket nf Hint party
for president. Dens Is no,v serv
ing a term In thu federal prison for
violation of the espionage act.
BUTLER WANTS "
WINE AND BEER
Presidential C a n d i date
Issues Statement of
HsTFAYORS LABOR COURT
Supports Plan of Kansas In
dustrial Law Sets Forth
NMW YORK, May 8. Dr. Nlcho
las Murray Ilutlnrj canilldnto for tho
iQpubllcnn presldrntlal nomination,
tonight Issued a statement of Ills
principles favoring among other
things light wlno and beer and thu
principles underlying the Kansas
court of IndtfMrlnl relations. This
will bu the only public statement
that Doctor llutler will make prior
lo the republican convention In June,
according to John R Davlus mnnn
gor of tho Hutler campaign com
mittee. The statement sets forth 17 points
covering the, subjects which Doctor
Hutler says urgently need attention.
Tho substance of Dr. llutler's
1 Restore lo the people their
American form of government Ilrlng
executive autocracy to an end. Sub
stitute coiopcratlon with congress
2 Attack the high cost of living
a' lis source the high cost of gov
ernment. ,'i - Knact fin executive budget.
Permit and requlio tin! heads of de
partments tn appear beforo tin- sen
nto and house to answer questions,
explain and dofenil requests for ap
propriation. 4 Reduce tho expanded credit,
with Inflated currency and high costs
built on It. Ilegln payment nf tho
Suporvlee big business to the
OONTIM'Kl) ON PAOK HKVKS
Dclenatcft From Texan
nixh'trl I hll'llH ncrf '"Hied powers and Poland for pro
UIHUILI IjmilHll ( 11(.)(m'f)f , ,,,,,, nlnorUy
ntf V A II 1 A K'A Ti.v Mnv S Thff
..ul.lln'irLu rtt III,, 1,'lul t'nvriu nnti.iln ,1,. itm Imnlv ! In nnnlll
, !. . .lt.,... I.. ....L.n tw.pA
Hlienillliai ,111,11 u I, id pvpniwn titi run ci ntiiiin 11, inn.iii vtxiwi w.i.r,,, .... - ... lnl
this afternoon, elected J. J. DIokor-i occurred between November I, 1911, "I InnneillaJely accepted nis ciiai
snti. Paris. Tex. and G. T. Ilartlott. and the coming Into effect of the i lenge. demonstrating with iJcts ano
Linden, Tex, as unlnstriicted dele-' treaty The nntloii-of the sultan'
gates to the national convention In also undertakes to assist In the re
Chicago and adopted resolutions en- eovery of men, women and children '
doislng the stand on the league of of wholly or partly non-Moslem,
niitii.ns taken bv Senator Lodge. Mas-
sachuhettf Highly delegates at
tended today's convention
The World regrets that It was
necessary today to omit tlio large
"volumo of advertising In order
that wo might keep within our
maximum ot paper allotted for
n Sunday Issuu.
Tho paper contract which we
nro now working under permits
us to publish a maximum of ISO
puges per week. More than this
wo cannot publish because of
our Inability to get an additional
We wish to thank many of our
friends who kindly consented to
reduco the size of their adver
tisements In this and other Is
sues, and hope for the time to
forne in tho near future when
we ''an prowde them wl'h all the
POLES CLOSE IN
ON KIEV RAPIDLY!
Hills North and South
of City Occupied by
CAVALRY REACHES CITY
Capital Notified That Infan
try Is Now Loss Than Six
Miles From Town.
IS OUTPOST AGAINST REDS
Capital of Ukraine Changes
Hands Many Times Is
lly AwclMi'l I't'M HUI Wlr.
WARSAW, May 8 Hills north
and south of the city ot K,lnv from
which the bolsliovlkl nrmy wns ex
pe'lud to defend the city wore oc
copied by the Poles luto this after
noon. Artillery has been placed In
position coniminillng Klov.
Polish army headquarters recelvod
word today tluwt Polish' cavalry
reached Kiev this morning. The In
fantry t lift) was less than six miles
from Kiev, with Mm ml vance con-
'tinning virtually without resistance
ny tile no suoviKi.
Reinforcements have reached the
advanced forces of the Polish nrmy
which Is prepared to hold tho ground
enntured should a counter-attack
counter. auucK i
hnvlUI t'utllftr .
begin nftcr Urn iinisneviui gainer,
their rorces in inn nilia across tne
Dnieper river east of lCluv.
During the lasl five years Kltv
has changed hands time and ngaln
and lins been ' the scene of much
fiCbtlng, although tho city Itself Is
not fortified. The surrounding hills
are rugged with entrenchments.
Home of these were dug by tho Rus
sians In 1911, somo by the Germans
during tlier bccup.itlnn and still
other entrenchments nt varous points
wern mado by the forces of General
Klov, a city of 2G0T000 or morn
population beforo the war. Is tho
capital of tho Ukraine. Tlio town
has changed hands several limes
in tho fighting butween contending
groups In tho Ukraine and tho con
flict between tho Dnunklno forces
and tho bolshovlkl. Thu latter have
been In possession of It since De
cember, taking tho city on tho col
lapse of tho Deneklnn nrmy In
southern Russia. Kleve, In ailldtlon
to Its Importnneo to tho fkralno
us Its chief cley, has also been
loked upon from the entente
sldu tis a valuable outpost against
the advance of bolshevlsm along tho
extended linn between the Ilnltlc and
1 1 la ep. sen.
PROTECTED FROM TURK
Treaty Will ltsiilro Safeguarding of
Minority Population Get Pact
Jly Awirutrd l'rr. stain Wlr
WASHINGTON'. May 8 -Provisions
safeguarding the rights of
minority populations make up a
large portion ot tho Turkish treaty
of peace. A summary of the trenty,
which will bo hnnded to the Turkish
delegation In Purls Tuesday, was re
ceived hero today.
Fourteen articles of the trenty
are devoted to protection of ino
Armenians. Greeks nnd other minor.
1 Ity populations which under the pact
will remain within the new
boundaries of Turkey. In reneral
these artjcles follow the lines of the
ticaty of June 2K, 19I!I, between the
Dma ll.n H.Iiuvm Turb.,..
..II ....nw..l.nu tn lu!.,.n .,t,!V. iiftXtn
1.. .1.. Iln Ivi.stu I n mi 1 1 1
parentage who have adopted . the
islamic IHllli since riivpiuiipr i,
1911, and who are claimed by their
fnmilles or communities
. i.tonit, prelwiily bw-oinlns uiiIIIkI
Many Arrests Mnilc. i ami nutmrr Hiinitsr ... ,. .
I nVllllS' t-iv S N'llfiierfiim I t.OI'IHIANA, AUK WHAH. HST AND
students have bee zrtltra ", Cairo 1 "7 fX H"n""' 1,0n'Ur "
as Hie result nf the discovery of a
black hand conspiracy according to iw .quii Non icl. (Iran stintlo
a News Agency dispatch , t'liutosrsphs - Ailvt.
Seven Are Instantly Killed
in Explosion at Emporium, Pa.
KMPORHTM, Pa., May 8. Seven I were blown to pieces, Identification
men were Instantly 'killed no a re- ' k"f J" ca'r
suit of an xplosioii which occurred conmlnrnK HupHcs from the store
in the gelatin mix-house of 'heiroom mid had just reached I ho door
Aetn.i Lxplosivo oinpany at 3' of the, mix house when the con
o'cluik this aftirnoon The exa 't tenm of; hit cur exploded and he mix
. a use ,f ii.c a- ident is no' Un"Wii houso iicni up with i The detonn
a the workmen in 'be inierec and ilrn shoi id 'lie mil' "smi for
v)' it ity ,f the ge' itin p ,ini A'erc three otilri nrour l Tho dial were
vimms all Ant i n ,'ins and six were r-.T.Ionts
1 Thu bodies tf six of thu victims rt Lniporium.
Messenger A dmits
He Heads Robbery
Gang in New York
NI3W YORK". Mny 8, -Joseph
Oluek, Wnll streol messenger boy,
whose nmnxlng revelations In the
I2.ri00.000 bond theft plot have linen
mado known. Oluek, wlwi Is a war
veteran of two years. In n remark
able confession mado tn United
Slates Commissioner Gilchrist, ad
mttted, It Is said, Hint hn wns the
eudrr of the baud of thieving mes
senge.rs who supplied tho , Arnstcln
gang with stolen securities. Oluek
disclosed Hie methods' of the band
ami told how he nnd other mtssen
received but a tilltnnce for hun
dreds of thousands of dollars worth
of stolen stocks and minds, Hensa-
ilnnnt nrrrnlH nrn nxnectrd within ft,
f(.u. ,,,.. M a rcsult of lite conres
Johnson Manager Says
gance Worst Known.
Mayor Lissner of Lob Angeles
WiresFormcr Food Chief
WASHINGTON, May H Senator
Johnson of California today made
public a felegrapi from Meyer Llss-
, ,rr (1j Jmh Angeles,, one of his cam-
palgn rnnnugers. tot Herbert Jioover,
charging Hiat Hoover' campaign in
Los Angeles county In opposition to
Senator Johnson In tho recent Cali
fornia republican presidential primary-was
"thu worst saturnalia of
political extravagance that was ever
conducted In souUiern California.
"Hired workers." he said, received
2O,000; others Imd been hired In
the Interest of th Hoover organiza
tion nt J2S a day each. Hu also
charged that the' Hoover organiza
tion In I-os Angeh-s county contained,
"most of the'dlwredlted leaders of
the old Southern, Pacific political
machine and x tx x practically
every official of th present repub
llcan stato ccntnfl committee south-
Mr. Lissner lirformed Mr Hoover
that his telegram was prompted ny
Mr, Hoovers aiienipi iu cpmm
infant hv claiming that you
had an anuiteucorganliatlon in lal
Ifornla nnd today you say you would
not havo supirtcrs raise a great
rnmoAlifn .fund for fear It might
mortgage your houI."
Declaring thut he litid been chal
lenged bv John F. Lueoy. president
of the lloovur club, to mako good
Mini Pom 1 lint tllft ITOOVOr OftM
(wilivti lUflU IRnill II V Jill 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 V 1 1 n w
tinlirii IVnU linCer OV
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'l-ONTINUKD "N I'AMB W'3
TIM.8A. OUIii.. Mr Mmlrniim.
minimum m.i.ouih wlnita. rir
OKLAHOMA hunly nl Monly rn
uamham M,,aiii' rloudv Hurnlar nt
U. S. MARINES LEAVE
Ordered to Key West to Be
Ready for Emergency
Action in Mexico.
LAIM NEW SUCCESSES
Three State Capitals Re
ported Captured; Say
Torsepn Also Taken.
Carranza Gathers Forces
States Given Up.
.1ACRI.V,, Majr S. Or-nerrU
Obrrgon nnd General Pablo f!on
presidency of Mnxlm, today cn
rates, rhnt rtuidldnte for tlm
Icrrd Mexico City at tlx) brmil of
tlrolr nnnlcn, Gmrrnl Jom flon
rain ICsonbiir, commander of the
Jnurrs mllltnry district, luinonnrrd
nt a banquet held hero tonight.
WASHINGTON, Mny ft. In an.
nouiicliuc today Hint 1,'JOO marine
had I icon ordered to proceed from ,
Ijf'ugiin Island to Key West on tho
transport Henderson, Secretary
Daniels today explained that It was
n precautionary measure) for pro
tection of Americans and that titer
would not bo sent Into Mexican
territory tin lew actus I necessity
Colonel I. M. Ilnnnon yrU com
riuiml the force.
'I'l io Henderson left Charleston,
H. V. tridny for Iraguo island and
will arrive Micro tomorrow night,
Tlio murines will I to taken aboard
nt onou mid tin; transport will pro.
icd to ICey West to Join tho sis
destroyers ilesiuttrhcd Micro fo
service In southern waters.
VKIIA OHUZ, Mny S. Ptc.
dent Oirrnnxa, who fletl front
.Mrvlco City lit Muj approach ot
(;iicriil ObrcKiin, Is a fugitive In
tlio eastern part of Mto stato of
Thueula, and Is iR-llovcd to bo try.
lug to reach tills (ity. TIu; rail
road (niln which tlm president
left tho capital on was stoptn-d at
the city nf Tlaxoula by detneh.
inenlH of (icnernl Obrcgon's army
nnd tlio (president wom forced to
liviiKi Ids car and fltw on luirse.
Isiek. Generiit Kanrhcz, an adher
ent of (icnenil Obrcgon, Li at
tciniitlng to Interurtit Uio president
In tlio iiioiinluliis.
Instructions that the life ot
Carrana bo spared Imtc been is
sued by Olirt'Kon, who lias ghen
gun rn litem to tho residents of
cities under control of Ills forces.
The gunlMat Pi'rsnsMurrlved
lioie fiiiin Tampico today and re.
purled then! iu nothing now in
I bo iwtimllon there,
F.L PASO, May 8. Revolution
ares under General Alvaro Obre
gon, candidate tor tho presidency of
Mexico, were at the gatos ot Mexico
An unconfirmed report received at
revolutionary headquarters today
said that troops under General Ben
jamin Hill hud alreudy entered tho
Several sweeping victories were
claimed by nntl-Cararnza agents on
the border. The stato of Durango
wiui reported to nhvo seceded and
Joined the revolution. General
Cesaro Castro, who hud been oper
ntlng In that region, has sent a part
of his forces to Piedras Nejrras, op
posite ICagle Pass, Texas, upon leairn
Ing Mint the Carranza garrison tliorti
President Carranza le reported to
have ordered the abandonment of
tho northern stntes of Mexico and
the concentration of "the few loyal,
forces there," In Mexico City.
Torreon, In tho state of Coahulla.
CONTINWHIJ ON J'AOK SIX.
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