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OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER
VOL. XIV, NO. 245
TULSA, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, MAY 29, 1920
PRICE 5 CENTS.
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APRIL .... UjlOl J
TO PROBE $5.000.000 FUND FOB M'ADOO
ALLEN AND GOMPERS DEBATE LABOR COURT LAW
WILSON APPROVES.Charge Kansas
President Says Declara
tion of Virginia Sat
Impair Essential Integrity
of League Pact.
riiATnrj noiCTCn Dl AMle
SENATOR DRAFTED PLANKS
, ... . '
Receives Letter V rom I'rcSl-
dent Saying He Is in Full
I Accord With Statements.
WASHINGTON', May SS. The
platform adopted ny Virginia demo
crats last wi'ck was Indorsed tort.iy
by President Wilson ns "In full ac
cord with my own views, especially
the statement which sets forth the
attitude of the party on tho u'dgue
of milons nnd tho pressing problems
of place, finance and reconstuotlon.''
Tho Virginia platform, dratted b
Senator Glass of that ntato, ptulsed
the president "for steadfastly stand-
Ing for tho covenant" agreed to at
Versailles, und condemned the re
publican rescrvatlonlsu as destruc
tive of tho purposes of tho league.
"Wo advocate prompt ratification
of the treaty without reservations
which would Impair Its essential In
tegrity," the platform continued.
The Knox peace retmlotlon vetoed
by the president yesterday also was
condemned In the platform. In the
field of finance tho federal reserve
system was commended nnd tha re
publican congress wa condemned
for failure to" revise wartime tax
The letter and Its publication from
the whlto house, generally was re
garded as forecasting what the pres
ident and his supporters would ex
pect to bo written Into the party'd
nations) platform at San Francisco.
Tho national platform was nut men
tioned directly by tho president,
though ho wroto that tho. Virginia
democrats) "had set forth tho nttl
tude of the party" on tho league of
nations and other Important Issues.
ihe president's Indorsement i m
tiglnln platform was contained In a
lniei to Senator Glass which was
made public at tho white house nnd
which was accepted generally 'is
forecasting his atlltude toward the
1'moer.itla national platform. Tho
If tier follows:
The White House. May 28. 1920
"My Deas Senator Glass: Thank
von for sending me tho copy of the
ri 'form iccenily adopted by the
democrats of Virginia. Aside from
the purely personal references,
which of courso I deeply appreciate,
If I. mo my to you, my dear senator,
that the sentiments expressed in this
nntnblc document nro In full nccord
with my own lcws, especially tho
statements which set forth tho atti
tude of the party on the league of
nations and tho pressing problems of
pt.icc, finance nnd reconstruction.
These are thn clear-cut, unequivocal
principles of patriotic men who
know how to rervn their country or
"Surely this platform recites n rec
ord of achievement In which all
Americana have a Just causo for
pride and congratulation.
"Cordially and sincerely yours,
Price of Lumber Is
The price number has started
downward, nccordlng to an an
nouncement Issued yesterday by re
tail lumber dealers of Tulsa. Prices
are reduced about ST. a thousand !
'fet on common Mock nnd about $lo
thousand feet on extra grad. This
Is about s.n t per cent drop from tho
prices of a few weeks ago.
Delano Will Retire
Q liilnr lififfhwv
Si IVlUCr IltH,LlULI
WASHIVflWiv' mw ot He.
Ahlll.NUlHJ.N, May "'
ceiver Frderlc Delano will ask the
upreme court to rolleve him ns ro- 1
celver for the disputed Red river
"ii mnu. it beenmo known today.
Pailure of Attorney Gencral'Pu'mea
whosa Intervention brought the re
ceivership, to back Delano's plan of
operation, Is the cause aligned.
,s gn In favpr of the Open
phop and the principles advo
'ted by It. AVhen you spend
vour money with an establish
ment displaying tho Open Shop
'ard you are patronizing a friend
3f tho Open Shop movement.
Tulsa Open Shop (Square Deal)
Hitchcock and Capper Declare Rediscount Figures
Higher Than in Other" Sections Kendrick Takes'
Rap at Dallas Bank
to Assist Agriculturists.
WASHINGTON, May 2S. Hnpre-'
sontnlves of tho Farmers' National
council appealed today to tho senate ,
rbanklng committee tor emergency
Thati legislation setting up u temporary
rural credits system to relieve inrm- ; uovernor naming stnu wio rnio
em nnd cattlemen from tho effects hnd been recommended by the dl
of efforts townid deflation fostered 1 retcors of the Kansas City reserve
by tho federnl reserve, board. The district and also by tho Dallas, Tex.,
committee wnH told that unless such district.
wns Provided, a great reduction
in agricultural products would ii-
suit In ultimate liu-ronso cost of, food-
stuffs to consumers,
The specific proposal was for crca-
, tlon of n revolving fund of 125,000,
000 or more to be available for loans
to farmers tinder federal furm loan
During the hearing and with Gov
ernor Harding of tho federal reserve
board on tho stand, Sonator Hitch-
cock, democrat, Nebraska, Joined
lenator Capper, republican, Kan-
the Kansas Lily reserve iiuiik iihu
put in effect a rediscount rnto in , per ceni in mo lasi icw in nuns, n uM Tlll, voto was 220 to 152, 17 demo
connection with deflation efforts that , this was not reflected In the cost to , 1 " ',,,,, U, republicans In at-
iimuu ukiii ! "v
MKX1CO CITT. Mar n. ,rblo
flonzslei today cuiflrmtd tho rfrorU tnl
he ws atiotit ti. retlif, to prlvslo Ilf
st Monterey. msUlnB rubho tlinnt lo
WASIIINOTON. My J nv- s rets of
1 to 1 the eenate SKrlctiltural eommtltee
today ordered h tuvoralil report on tho
McNary bill rrovlrtlnit for hii oxrort em
barKO on augur.
1'IUMK. May Antl-Kovernment dm
ontlratlona were held hro today by Oab
rlelle d'Annuniloa leulonalrea On to
Homo." u the demand mads by tho
aoldlera of d'Annunilu.
WAS11I.NOTON. May it--Tho confer
ence report on the lorlir pendlnir wnter
power bill was approved today by the
aenate and tho me.iitire now itoea to tne
prcaldent. The voto was 46 to :i.
LINCOLN, Neb., May SI. Kor the aecond
tlmo In year, handlta today held up
and robbed the Htato hank at llalnton,
Neh.. at ll'JO o'clock till" inomlnK, InK
Ing good their escape In a motor tar. The
amount of their loot has not yet been
WASIIINOTON. May ! Ilepeal of all
l-trl.tftllnn wmi nrnooneil today In
a joint renolutlon Introduced by llepreaent-ijohn
JilSuW ie eifSt". on final PJ.
of tho renolutlon.
X' A OIIIVHTflV
Mar Senator Idire I
announced lato thla afternoon he -ould
call up tomorrow the renolutlon reported
favorably yeaitraay oy in. ..n.i. iiniu
relation" committee denylnc the authority
to tho president to accept a mandate over
Armenia. 1 . 1L
AKIION, Ohio. May SI F. A. S.lber
line president of the Ooodyear Tire
Hubber Co.. today announced that direc
tors had declared a atork dividend of 110
per cent payable to common atockholdera
of record June It. Tho dividend totalu
FIIKI.PON Mo. May S Handlta who
blew the vault of tho HheMon State bank
Inle last nlKht and escaped with Liberty
ami loan bond", were nought here by h
aherltfa pome. No eatlmate a lo the value
of the loot was Blven by bank nfflelala,
The robbers made no attemrt to open
tho bank'a safe.
WASIIINOTON, May 31. roatmaatef
fleneral Ilurleion aaked conree today
for an additional appropriation of ll.noo.
000 for rayment of rlalma remilllnir from
Inn of dotneatlo mall parcels. Itecent
frelcht nnd eipr'"' emharcoea, he ald,
hail added tremenrtouhly to the Volume of
the insured paekasea,
WASIIINOTON. May S In an effort
to defeat tho "IndHcrlmlnate eale" of
ttntior on nhvulrlana nrencrlrtlona. Com'
1 mlealoner Williams of the bureau of In
ternal revenue luitued a warning today lltll-
Itlnir the number of permlta allowed each
phyelclan to 1"0 for each three month!,
eicept with "(rood caue "
rillCAOO. May s. flepre.entatlvee of'w,Ch began June 28 .1917, nnd
the publlo on arbitration imarda do not 1 , , ( inducri miners to remain
ro'r,r:rA,ro,in,t, l?r!awaKy from tho mlnrs. He slate I,
pant, president of the Order of Hallway
Conductors Ho aaaerted that the railroad
brotherhoods are unalterably oppoaed 10
arbitration boards on whlih Ihu public li
WAC111NOTON, May 3 - A blooded
hrophlte lamb, one of Prraldent Wil
son's flock of sheep, slipped Into the
white home executive offlcei today and
I made an unannounced call on ihe clerks
,here. He finally waa ejected, but lm-
mediately took up a station In front of the
entrance 10 ine oinres, Keerinu m wnu,
house policemen busy .onvoylns criers.
TCI.SA. flkla, May S --Matlmuai. 73.
minimum, Hi north winds, cloudy.
OKLAHOMA: Saturday and Sunday
partly cloudy, warmer Saturday.
LOUISIANA AND HAST TLXAK: Sat
urday andagunday partly cloudy 10 cloudy.
AHKANHAH AND WlJhT TI1XA8. Sat
urday and Hunday senerally fair.
City club luncheon, private dlnln room
Hotel Tulsa, 15 10.
Adjourned meeilnc of city commission,
rllv hall. 9 o'clock
Hecond day of entrlniera and chemists
convention. Trlr to nil fields.-
Ksnlor 1 lass play, hlih school auditor
ium, I o'clock.
Lmplmea of Tidal Oil company and
Tidal (lasollne company lake all day
oullni at hand Hprlnca park, leave at
All Knlshts of Columbus
should meet .xundsy mornlns at 5 30 at
Holy family rhureh lllihth and nnuldr,
and form a line from the pastoral resi
dence to Ihe hurch. The bishop will be
Revolving luind Demanded i
10 per cent for money. Tho rate was
higher than that Imposed In other
reserve districts whero similar con-
dltlnnH prcvnllcd, Senator Hitchcock
Sonator Hitchcock Insisted that
tho nunc rediscount rate should ap
ply in all banks whc.ro tho same
amount of hanking facilities had
beon engaged, a flat percentngo baBls
Senntor Kendrlck, democrat, Wyo
ming, agreed with Senator Hitch
cock thnt the Kansas City nnd
Dallas rediscount rates had repre
sented " n shock to tho rattle-grow
Ing Industry particularly." Laical
banks would not accept can e paper, i
ho sain, ami wero ca iing 10a is on
.r , tSr,;.c,r ? i
humo "'"'T , .
WAS I.W.W. PICKET
Offer Testimony to Show
Defendant Knew Hall
in Bisbee, Arizona.
REFUSE DEFENSE CASE
State to Prove Krieger Knew
Pew Conspirators Before
His Visit to Tulsa.
Testifying positively that Charles
Krieger, on trial for dynamiting tho
homo of J. W. Pew In this city Oc
tober 29, 1917, was In company with
Hall said by states witnesses
to have been ono of three men who
I actually placed thn nynnmiio unuer
I - . . 1
the 1'ew nomfJ i uisiten iiini
lumbus, N, M
In 1017 , a few months
prior to tho tlmo the crime was
committed ,n this city. I.ee Caldwell. !
former deputy sheriff at Doming, a
ranger anu cattle Inspector, and J. A.
Kempton. since a police officer
st Ulsbee and at prf HCtit cl lef of
police of that city, reft ted ) the tes-
tlrnony of tho defendant at the nrsi
trial of the case that he, never In h'
life saw either Hall, l-rnk Henson
or Iiuuori iowcua iiuiii i'w "
Jull at Muskogjo In December of
Kempton, tho last witness on the
stand yesterday testified thnt he saw
Krieger on the picket lino In the I.
W. W. elrlko nt tho mines at Illsbon
In ,'uly of 1917 .and that he also
saw Hall on this lino many tlmcH
dining thnt month Hull was wear
ing nil 1. W. W. hutlon on his coat
at that time, but Komnton could not
be positive If Krieger also carried
a similar button. Tho witness re-
l..l ,., hnth llnll and Krlecer
ji w nf , lt ,rr,iiinu
of striking miners who formed the
nickel line at Ulsbee after the strlk-
however, that ho did not see Krieger inn n-smuu.m "'" "'
and Hall talking together or nsso- Henresenlatlve Mason, republican,
elating on any occasion Illinois, ns h Htibstlluto for his rrso-
OalJwell, while a poaco officer at'lutlon proposing virtual recognition
Columbus, according to hit testl- of the provisional Irish republic. lis
mony, arrested Krieger twun during adoption ended a long und blfler
the months of August, September or , fight In the committee.
October .of 1917, nnd on feveral oc-
cnslons saw the defendant' and Hall
together in tnat rpy. inner testi-
mony will he offered today to
further disprove Krlrger's rnnten-
tlon that he had not known any of
the men who dynamited thn Pew
home until two months, nft'r the af-
At tho former trial, which negnn
October B, 1919. and closed Novem-
ber 10 .after the jury was unablo
to agree upon a verdict, tho defenso
laid great stress upon tho failure of
tho stato lo prove any relationship
between Krieger and the other men
prior to the explosion. The present
cBf I entirely upon r con-
n,nracy on win pari .11 nimg-r, r.n'i
now the stale Is attempt ng to provo )lcn t,1Q ,ncn who tlu, ,Kht
to the Jury no only thnt Hall, Hen- ,of Mny 3, Bhot Wallor Case, k taxi
on nnd oWells oc ually dynimlted ',., driver, to death The county
tne rew residence nut mat .Krieger
nan tun knowicngo 01 tne niinir ue-
fOre ltH perpetration.
Kennelr hntl. II. Oft.
mlgnon of beef ule nojiemlan,
mashed potatoes, msearonl, peas, strinr
fJ'S J"rvvlL."'vVn.n.'!.r.m .111'-?. J1
ltaiird, Kennedy nsstaurant.
House Fails to Over-
ride Disapproval bv
29 VOTES ARE LACKING;
Count Is 21!) to 15217 I)em
ocratfl and 2 Republicans ,
Break Party Lines.
WOULD REPEAL WAR LAWS
Texan Introduces Measure to
Rescind Legislation De
WASHINGTON, May 28. I.ack- 1
Ing 29 votes of tho necessary two
. . ,.
resolution to end tho war
Lx am over
Prisldcnt Wilsons vein
lomiilintr 10 ovutnun wie vuiu. winm
"CrnT,d wuh 11,0 u"m"i
Preceding flnul action, there was
an hour of debate, In which the pres.
ldeut's position was assailed by re
publicans und defended by demo
crats. Atlucklng tho republican
leadership of congress, llepreseuw
tlvt Connally of Texas, challenged
tho party In control to preeent tt
strnlghtout resolution for repeal of
nil wnrtlmo legislation and promised
democratic support in an effort to
pass It In tho event of a presidential
veto. . ,,
Declaring that passagu of the
Knox resolution woulil fix tho time
of tho ttical of wartime laws, Itcp-
!r,omtiio, Mondell. Uu republican
lender, challenged tho Tojs mem
ber U Bivo proof of his ability to
'.lJllvcr ueir.tcratlc help," out trio
answer was lorl In a htil from both
side.', of the chamber.
Later, lowoVor. Mr. Connn.ly
thro.v Into -he house hopper a jolrt
res'jlutto.i provltllng for tno rooeal
of every bit of wartime legislation
effecttvo at the date of tho resolu.
Hoprescnlatlvc Ackorman, repub
llcnn. N'ow Jorsey. presented " simi
lar resolution. Neither resolution i
expectei to be culled up before tho
summer recess or adjournment. Tho
Connally resolutions cilia for repeal
inf "nil iris and resolutions nas.vii
jilnco A,,rn fii 1917, nnd which by
their terms nro 10 tin i-uemvu ....7
.e war am, l0r , -
;nnt or 0Xs.iK emergency."
Ony four speeches worn mado In
tho veto fight Ohairmanorte of
. ItcIlreB9ntfttVe Mondoll, pleading
wU'h tho momh(,r8 to ovetildo the
h0 jioprfHontau,,, nood,
Virginia, ranking democrat on the
,,..,.,,,, .. u,.resentHtn . (.ii.
nully, also n member,
house to sustain It,
TELL IRISH SYMPATHY
Ilntolutlon Is It')rtctl Out of
Houso "oinmlt( Hy Votf nf It
to 7; KiprrriH "Crmo Contvni."
WASIIINOTON. May 2S. A rr-
'olutton "reviewing with grave con-
rom" rnndltlnns in Ireland and ' OX
pressing sympathy wtUi tho Irish
people and govetnmetit of their own
I choice," was reported out tonay ny
i4ho houso foreign liffalrs committee,
Thn vote was .11 1 to 7.
i.lusllw JtcllcvcH lour SoutliH Held
Did .Not Hold Up tirmvry riloro.
rmding the defendants nnt guilty
iof conjoint robbery of the Hell gro
eerv. tl.tu N'orlh Main street, on thn
iii,t .i ,lr,iit 1 r. 1010 .1 a wn
,cox i,irry uibbons, Harold Olbtmns
nrt c A prescott were dismissed
1 nt r0so of their preliminary
Scaring yoRterday before Justlco S.
"T'ho ro,;r youlhs wero arrested' two
j,ectcd nf bolng tho men who robbed
s, M. llel of HSrt. and also SUS-
mtorney's office after InVestlgiting
,,no caj(. folinr ,)0 Wlnesn who could
It ., taitntirv Iha m.n with
the murder, and at the hearing yes
............... , ..., ..v.... r ,
ternny mreo persons in tne lien store
a' Mm tune of the rnbhnry were un-
"hi" 10 Identify any of the four as
the men who committed the crime,
Freed on Bond
FI'PAl'LA. Oklu May 2S
David Kllllngsworlh, prominent
Mcintosh county farmer, who yes
tttdui shot and killed ' Itcil"
Whlttaker, a laborer of Klohnrds
vllle, berause, he Mid, Whlttaker
assaulted his 1.1-yeal-old daught
er, was today admitted to $7,.1li0
llond wits allowed by Judge. II.
I.. Meltiiti of the. district court,
Kllllngswoith Is charged with
murder ami will plead the unwrit
ten law. He told thn sheriff (lint
when he learned of the assault on
Ills dangler he got hit gun and
shot Whlttaker to death.
Thn body, which lay In a corn
field for hours after tho shooting,
was burled Unlay.
PROMISE OF HELP
Harding Writes White-
Will Be Favored.
HOLD SESSION TODAY'
County Agents Gather Today
to Consider Credit and Rail
Needs to Move Crops.
OKLAHOMA C1TV, May 2. Ag
rlcullure in pHrtlculur will bo favored
by the fedoral reservo board In the
extension of needed credit lo 011
cnurngn Inrreasetl productlbn, said
W. P. (J. Harding, governor of tho
federnl reserve board, In n letter re
celveil lod'ty by John A. Whltehuist,
president of tlu state boa'd of ngrl-
culttite. Whltehurst sent ,1 telegram
to Harding Monday, asking that the
hoard pursue 11 liberal policy In pro.
vallng credit for farmers.
"The fetluial reservo banks have
In en told that In testrlctlng loins for
nonessential and less I'srwntlnl pro
duction they should not rmittio! ac
commodations for the production of
crops and for their distribution after
harvesting," Harding wiM. "rt'dcrnl
icsurves are autliot Ized In case their
irserves fall below Hie legal require
ments to rediscount with other fed
eral reserve banks. Thus the entire
lesoiiM-es of all federal -eaerve
bunks can bo placed at the disposal
of any member bank needing sildt
tlonal resources for highly utsentinl
"It should be borne In mind, how
ever, tint tlio federal reservo banks
csiinnt deal directly with farmers,
They can only rediscount eligible
loans which have been made by
member banks lo farmers."
More than SO county agent of the
slate 1110 expected to attend the
meeting tomorrow afternoon In he
corporation commission courtroom,
at which credits anil transportation
for this year's crops will be dis
cussed. Hankers nnd rullrotd men
nro expevteil to bo present, James
A. Wilson of the extension division
of A. & M. college Is expected lo
Iteplles from a largo number of
banks to the Invttnllon that they be
represented at the meeting Indicate
lhat whether they comn or not they
will co-operate with tho farmers In
tho harvest Kenson.
REPORT STRIKE BILL
Senate Coniiiilttco Arts I'Miorubly on
PnlnibMfrr'H Measure to I'rctrnt
Tlcnpi on llnll Miles,
WASHINGTON, May 2R. Fnvnr
able report was ordered today by
the sennto Interstntn commerce roin
mllten on the Polnilexter bill do
slgnetl lo prevent Interruption of
transportation by strikes of railroad
The committee nmended the mens
ur by attaching piovlslons similar
to the unll-strlko 1 luuses eliminated
ftom the railroad organlwitlan bill
i,i.,,u im.i iimne
protests. Action nn the Polnilexter
bill Is not expected until 1 ongtcss
reconvenes lifter the national 1 (in
ventions, Shipper- Munt Help
RocuIh to Break Jam
WASHINGTON. Mny 28-Khlp-pcrs
were warned by the Interstate
commerce commission touay tnai
' thev must ro-oneratn with tho rail
ways and the government In break-
1.,.. .l.n rrr,lhl um Tho nntlre won
Ing tho freight Jam Tho notice was
I in n t- rr-A nf illrnrHnrf flvn
,,,. , '".--""
railways entering uaivrsion, jrxus
to tminedmel unload 2 700 i-urs of
gram, held In the yards thero, and
.rihtoro tho era to beuvice.
ARE BROUGHT OUT
Right to Be Free Is at
Stake Declares Feder
"PUBLIC COMES FIRST"
Governor Says Its Safety Su
premo Law Forbid Right
to Order Work Stoppetl.
GREAT CROWD IS PRESENT
Notables in Packed Hull to
Hear Addresses IOach
Speaker Loudly Cheered.
NKW YOIIIC, May 2R. Carnegie
Hall was pneked to thn doors to
night when Samuel Gomperti. ptesl-
tlent of thn American Federation of.
I. nor. and Governor Henry J. Allen
of Kansas met to debate tho merits
of tht recently enacted KnnsaH In
dustrial court law mid kindred sub
t..rt.u t.,.i., ui.... u i..-l
t:rrM',r,, """ ",tr wl ih
Mr Oompers and (lovernor Allen
walked on the stage shortly after
o'clock whlln the auillenro arose and
cheered. Each was followed by a
large body of supporters, When the
first wave of cheering hud subsided
a band struck up 'There'll lie a
Hot Time In the Old Town Tonight,"
Mr, Oompers, the first speaker,
prefaced his argument with the an
nouncement thnt lie had' been In
conference during the day with rep.
resentatlves if tho striking long
shoremen und thnt they hnd uuthor
lied him to stale that they are wil
ling "to hii limit pending controver
sies In n fair and unbiased board of
arbitration and will pledge them
selves In idvunce to abide by Us de
cision. Ho decljired further that the long
shoremen would return to work
within six hours after thn steamship
companies have signified their wil
lingness to arbitrate.
Tin. ilebal" called for no decision,
and the committee purposely divided
the house eipiAlly bctwen tho sup
porters nf each speaker
Herbert Hoover, Dr Nicholas
Murray llutler, James W flernrd,
Henry P. Davison, (leorge W IWIck
ersham. Pnul M Warburg, Paul D.
Cruvnth. George Foster Peahody and
Miss Mary Onrrett Hny were among
those occupying seats on Ihe plat
form or In the boxes when the de-
Wo are now nt tho parting of thn
ways In the great controversies
which nre occupying thn mind of
our people," declared Mr, Oompers
beginning his; direct argument of the
debnte. "On tho one hand, we hnve
tho great constructive movement for
ptogrefs. for civilisation snd with all
Ihe tasks theso Impose, and on Hie
nther hand, wo have those who nre
lending the course of reaction, of In
Justice, of tyranny The time Is
now st hand when there must bo
determined whether the eternal
principles of freedom, Justice and
demnerncy shnll hold rnvny or be
supplemented by the tyranny nnd
the InJustlrn of old,"
Mr Oompers snld he wanted to
Inv down a few fundamental prln
clples, nnd one nf his executive com
mittee. Mrs hnrnh A f onboy, read
the rollowlng statement.
'The fact that tho voluntary or
rrnnl?-itlonn of tho wage workers are
declared by the courts to bo trustH
and combinations In nn lllegn) re
strnlnt of trade, I'nes not necmsvirlly
so constitute them. In fact tho
unions of workers nre not such.
None of their achievements In be
half of the toller or society nt largo
run be confused wild tho selfish nnd
pernicious uctlvltlrs of thn Illegal
"The trust even at Its heat Is nn
nrg.'inlxalinn of a few lo monopolize
production, nnd cbnlrol distribution
of material products The voluntary
usHnrintlnns of the wage workers for
Din 1 111 1 benefit nnd nnslHtanre are
essentially dlfferwit The fart must
not be lost sight nf that the nowei
of labor Is not a material rommod-
i v Thero enn be ro trust In any
thing which Is not yet produced."
Irftlror Produces Capital,
Itestinilng his addrcsi, .Mr. Horn
"There is a common error in the
mind of a large number of our peo
ple, and peoples of the whole world,
to ronfiiHn the term 'labor nnd capi
tal' as being In exactly equal posi
tion toward nnrh other, the fact of
the matter Is thnt capital Is thn
product of labor.
"The dlfferenco between n slave
and a free man Is that the slave
must work when his muster or own
ir directs nnd will" The free man
may slop his work anil whatever
consequence of suffering that may
be Involved In his suffering and the
suffering of nn one else. The right
of a free man to dispose of himself,
of his labor and his labor power has
been set forth In a supremo court
continued ON TAGS TWO
2 Tulsans Enter
lly AeaoelateJ Treaa Mala Wire.
OKLAHOMA CITY. May 2r
H H. Christopher, democrat,
judge of tho superior oourt of
Okmulgee county, filed today ns
a candidate for Justlon of the su
preme court from tho Bevonth
Tom 1). McKeown of Ada,
democrat, filed to succaod himself
an rprcBnntultvo In congress from
tho Fourth district. Ooorge T.
Hnlln of t'onlgate, republican,
filed tin n candidate, for congress
In Ihe same district.
J. W. Hums of Oklahoma City,
filed ftir thn stale snnato In the
Fourteenth district and Jed J,
Johnson of Walters, doinocrnl, In
the 17th district.
I.. M. Hplvey of Oklahoma City,
republican, filed for thn house of
representatives for the flecond
district of Oklahoma county. Oth
er candidate, for tho house of
representatives who fllod today
nro: Wash K. Hudson and Charles
H, King, both democrats of Tulsa;
Porter Nowwan and .1. II. Hnilth,
both democrats nf Diirnnt; J. C
Thomns of Tupelo, Coal county,
democrat, Kit U Admire of Oil
Ion, Creek county, republican;
Will A. Crockett of Choteau,
Mayes county, republican.
Kentucky Leader Says
Sentiment Grows for
RESENT SENATE PROBE
'Ncbraskan Says It Ib Attempt
to Injuro General Wood;
OinOAOO. May 28,-Stalo-nionia
Iwiicd by hovotuI national
commit tcinicn und wrty lenders
announcing they lUad discovered n
growing trend toward (Jov. Ynnk
O. lovvdeii for tJie party's prcrd
dcntlal nomination -was rcfardiil
along prCHldrntliil row ns tho out
standing (lowlopmrrit of U10 (lay.
In nirry ciiho tlio rvimo of (inter
noi Ooolldgo of MnfMaoliiisclti
was coupled li lluit of tlio Illi
nois oircutlvo as a posed bio run
ning inato. Ttolsnrt II. Todd of
l'orto Jtlco, A. T, Hart of Kent
tiioky nnd tml W. UpnhaUn, mv
llonal (rrateiuror of Illinois, ncro
nmong tliono who reported whnt
Urtty clioractorlxcd ua m stning
Inuid toward (Jovornor IOwdoii.
CHICAGO. May 2S. With the nr.
rival horo today of Acting Secretary
Clarcnco n. Miller of tho republican
oommlltoo and many national com
mitteemen nntl narty lenders tho
simmering political pot began to boll.
Many arrivals brought assurances
that certain native sons wero not out
of the nice, will o others to d of sen
tlmont reflected for tlio various can
didates fnr thn republican noiulnu
Hon for president.
H. Albert Perkins of Washington
assured that Hcnutnr Miles Poind ix
ter would he found In tho running
anil a winner nftcr nil others had
lulled to weather the storm of bnl
Alvln T. Hert of Kentucky volun
tcereil thn Information that "Keu-
ttcky's delegation Is unlnstrurted
and no ono is in a position to spunk
for It." "However," ho said, "Illinois
is our neighbor nnd thero is a strong
sentiment for Low den. Thero will
tin no dark horso candidate noml
r.ateil. Onu of thn men ulrelfdy of
fered to the nn tlon ns u possible
nomlneo will be the convention's
When aske I what he thought of
the precnnvfiitlon situation Mr llert
"Thero can bo llttlo doubt thnt
during tho last two weeks sentiment
has been crystallizing around Jov
1 D. Illchards, delegate at large
from Nebraska, expressed his views
nf the senate commltteo Inquiry Into
campaign expenditures. " think It
Is bd business for the republican
party It Is nn ntlempt to Injure tho
candidacy of Major (ieneral Wood
by bringing before tho publlo Ihe un
questionable fact thnt primaries nre
expenidvn nnd make tho peoplo think
that there is something wlien tnero
Is nothing nt all.
"The men who sArted It are unfair
and such statements" about General
Wood will bo strongly resented by
other delegates ns It Is by me. I am
sure tho people will not approve this
ntlack when they know the facts,
and they will know them as they
get foil Information "
Frank II Hitchcock, who nrTlved
today, stated that Wood lenders
would be hern Monday und would tie.
clde who should manage the gener
al's campaign on the floor as well as
who should place his name y noml
1 r t t Urn
Refuses to Reveal In
Chairman Kcnyon Wants to
Know Moro of "Invisihlo
Boom" for Son-in-Law.
WOULD ACCEPT NOMINATION
North Carolina Backer Says
Former Treasury Chief Is
Not Activo Candidate-
WAainNOTOK. May 28. Tlio
senate commltteo lnventlgatlng ex
penditures m the pro-convention
presidential campajgns bent lLs chief
err oris today toward hooaung the
financial ajotu-ces-MC any on what
Chairman Konyon describes a "this
Invisible McAdoo boom."
Angus Molicnn of North Carolina
si director of tho war finance cor
poration, denied that ho "won a sort
of southern manager for Mr. Mo
Adoo's candidacy," but later related
a. conversation he bad with tho for
mer treasury eocrotnry, which ho
said, waa concluded with a mate
ment by Mr, MoAdoo "that n, man
couldn't dooltne" a presidential nom
ination It tendered him.
Tells of $3,000,000 Iteport.
Louis J. I-Aiig, reporter for the
Now Vork Amorlcan, another wit
ness, whs questioned closely as to
newspaper articles ho had written
nrlcglng thnt a ,5,000,000 fund had
fieen underwritten for ,a McAdoo
campaign. Ho refused to dlsoloso
nnmcs of his Informants, but said
"members of tho democratic nation
al committee" coroboratrd tho sto
ries. Chairman Konyon announced
thn commltteo hnd mimmonoa
others In connection with this
branch of tho Inquiry.
Mr. Lnng Identifier! Himself ns the
writer of the article and discussed a
meeting of the domocrntlc national
executive commltteo nt Atlantic City
Inst Beptomber. ,Jlo said that plans
were mndo to rnls JIO.000,000 for a
domocrntlo national campaign.
Thomas F. Chndhournn and H, N.
Munich wero at Atlantic City nt the
time, ho snld. Mr, Iing testified
thnt lie had been Informed that a
member of the committee hnd stated
that Frederick A, Willis, a deputy
nollco commissioner of New York
was representing Mr. Ttaruch In col
lecting for tho .mcaiioo campaign
nnd that thn J10,000,p00 financing
ns planned nt Atlantic City contem
plated Mr. McAdoo-H nomination ny
the democratic nullonnl convcntlnn.
"Mombern of tho national com
mittee." Mr. Img said, "hnd cor
roborated tho story later."
Hi 1,000 Kont Fnr Johnson.
In Interludes of thn McAdoo tes
timony, thn cnmmlttce took evidence
frnm Frank A, Hnrlson. Lincoln, Ne
braska, newspaper publisher, who
said that 11,900 had been repent for
Henulor Johnson's primary cam
paign In his state. He added that
Jl.SOO of the total eamo from Cali
fornia suppnrters of Ihe senator with
nn invitation "lo hold down expenses
bocnusn we have not much to
TULSA COUNT IS 72,000
DavrniMirt Says Thero Him neon no
Padding of Census Itolls.
Tulsa was congratulated upnn tho
fart that it has around 72,000 popu
lation by J. S. Davenport, fedoral
supervisor, nt the Friday noonday
meeting of Ihe board of directors of
thn chamber of commreco.
'Some cities In Oklahoma wero
envious of Tulsa nnd thought we
had counted some peoplo twice,"
sild Davenport. "This, however,
was dlsprovon nnd I believe tho re
sults will show wo wero ahlo to ob
tnrln n very accurate count "
IN A JIFFY
Tulsa World Want Ad Department,
dents. World want Ads proauco
results. On last Monday we Inst
two spare unto wheels on tho road
to Claremore. Put a lost and found
ad In Tho World Tuesday. Hnd our
wheels back on our spare wnoel
rack Tuesday night. Fleetwood &
If you have ioh eomeining inai
belongs tn you, whether It la of
great Intrlnslu vnluo or not, and
you want to recover It, you can do
so In u Jiffy by risking that It be re
turned through an nd in tho Lost
and Found Column.
If yoi. have found tho property
of another nnd want to bo honest and
return It, you can do so by advertis
ing your find In tho Lost and Found
Column of The World Want Adi.
Meet each other half way through
the Instruinonullty of .-The World