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OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER
AVKKAOR SWORN NET TAIH
CI Kl'l NATION i
VOL. XIV. NO. 285
TULSA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY. .JULY 8, 1920
PRICE 5 CENTS.
Senator Declares Repub
licans Offer Only
STANDS ON PLATFORM
G. O. P. Candidate Takes
It, California!! Says.
FOREIGN ALLIANCt ISSUE
Overshadowing Question Is
Deccribed as Protection of
SAN FRANCISCO, July 7. Rip
port of th republican party "with
a candidal standing fOUt equ.-iro
upon the platform" Is the only
choice left "those who believe in
safeguarding, protectlut; and prO"
noning our Americanism" Senator
Hiram W. Johnson of California de.
atbired In a statement at his home
"For more than a year the con
test over the president's league of
nutlons has been waged In congress."
Senator Johnson's statement said.
"It has been the all engrossing and
paramount las lie. Of necessity, this
Issue came to the convention of the
great political parties Moth repub
lleans and democrats. In their plat
forms have Indulged In the usua!
political verbosity, but nevertheless
these platforms. Indlre"t opposition
to each other, sharply define and
elearly present the question for de.
cislon In the Nnvrmbor election.
The republican party 'declared
that the president's covenant failed
signally to accomplish 'Its purpose'
and contained stipulations not onlv
Intolerable for an independent peo.
pie. but certain to produce the in
justice, hostility and controversy
among nations which It propose, n
prevent' and repudiated to a degree
wholly unnecessary and tin Jtistif la
me, The time honored policies in,
raver or peace declared hv Washing
ton, Jefferson and Monroe.'
"The republican party stand",
therefore, firmly against the presl
dent's covenant us presented, de
nounces it ns breeding war rattier
than promoting peace and rc.nfflrms
the time honored, nat!on-nd poll,
clea of Washington, Jefferson and
"The democratic party on the oth
er hand, ro'oetod every effort to
modify or o-vnllfv the president"
proposed lea , nf nations, endorsed
the president's attitude and took its
position In favor of the league as
presented. It is true th.nt the dem
ocrats in an effort to placate say
something about reservations whlo'
might make clearer or more specif I
the ol libations of the United State
but tli e langungo Is meaningless
sod does not altar the essential po
sition of the democratic party foe
the league as presented.
"The two parties acted In similar
fashion in one respect hut from dlf.
ferent motives ,infi or different
rewaons Roth rejected the pi
for adoption of the league wth
reservations, the democrat been us"
they were for the league an presented
and 'ha republican because no res
ervatlons devised by the human
mind can ar.He.pate the eontlngen
eles which might arise In the future
from an Instrument of such poten
tial possibilities for harm
Inane to l'onic
Thus the ssUc finally comes
from the forum of congress to the
final arbitrament of the American
PWPIO. The overshadwwlng ques
tion In the campaign, therefore is
whether we enter the maelstrom of
I'.uropean and Asiatic politics and
diplomacy and become a part of the
cynical Imperialism of the old world
or whether America shall live her
"J" nr own way, independent,
unfettered, mindful always of her
obligations to humanity and rlvillia-
.H.n.'. frM ' ct H r" orlgli
"nail arise, and maintaining alWay.
the policy of Washington and Je
"'B Monroe, of friendship
th all nations, entangling alHancos
With a candidate standing four
square upon the platform, the Issue
leaves those who believe tn safe
guarding, protecting and preserving
our Americanism but one choice and
that is to support the republican
New York Life
Farmer & Duran
20S Panvcr Illdg. IMiotiei 151
CHH'AOO Jnly T. -Thro ufonnMU
baikilua htq up two bank maast naara im
th wmi N.it 0(t-iy unrt i'ard with 120,.
too In bill.
lOaT ARTHUR, Texan. July 7 A
liari'. pull to havn hcii n it'lm-n! re-cant
ly en iu r-m.iii wtiarvrn, AIM TtlMdiaJP of
uiNruBP fimrrminaa oy tn rtty naailn or
fKM to-lav u bubonic plagu.
7.hX CTT, July 7. John A. Lowia,
MtUr known na 'Kiij-h II,' i.ratonilrr
Ift the power of the Into John Alnaatidir
IH. WW r.xiii.Ur of 7 ..n l'li .Ii... I .t
honif hfi today of . dtieaaa. Ii.
71 yvara old.
STOCKTON. Cel., .IiiIt 7 - Franklin D.
Ileoaevelt, aaatatanl eerretary of th navy,
snJ democratic nemincs for visa rreel
dent, aatrl here tortay he would not resign
lil.- offtre aa eaelMtatil secretary of Hie
Davy (or aeveral weeka yet.
WASHINGTON, Jnly '.-President Wll
eon does not plan to apend any part nf
the euminer away from WaahtnKt.m, It
waa elated today at lha white house, aa
he ili.ea nat find the woather heia un
I'Ot r.liKEKPSIl-:, N T . July t -Plana
are under way hare for a big county
wide reception for Franklin r. Keoesvelt.
democratic nominee for lha vice preel-len.-
when he leaohea hla borne at Hyde
Park, probably next week.
OTTAWA. July 7. Otto Mete-hen. niln
letrr of the Interior, thla afternoon waa
e'lminuned by the governor-general to
form a new dominion mlntatry to atnreed
that of Mir Itohert Pa.il-- retiring pre
mier, 11 waa learned unotflrlaly here to
day. MAN FRANCISCO. July 7 The eiodue
Of democratic nntlonal convention hoata
numbered Into the thousands today, among
the notablea leaving being Kranklln li
Itooeevelt. naala ant eerretary of the n..vy.
the vice pieellenttal nominee, and Sec
retary of the Navy lianlela.
I HKTACIO, July 7. Senntor Jamea A.
tteed of MumouM. who waa refuaed hla
.eat at the democratic national conven
tion, announced heia today that ho will
"support 'he democratic tlckel and al
waye be a democrat, though atwaye main
laming my present poaltlon on the league
NK.W TOKK. July 7 William lllhba
McAdoo today eent the following- telegram
to Franklin D. Rooaevelt. aeslatant aec
retiry of the navy, who hae been named
aa the democratic party a vice preetdenllal
candidate: "Pleaae accept rn warmeal
congrutulallone and heat wlanea for auo
ceaa.'' lXNDON. July 7. Loute !. Hrandcla
aaaoclale Judge of the United Mtatea an
preme 'ourt, was elected preeldent of the
Intel national Zloulat couferenrt which
convened today, the flrat .lonlet gather
lug In aeven years, to foimulnte a political
program that will he urged tor Palestine.
TIIKNTON N J . July 7 Oovetnor Ed
wat. la today aent the following tclearam
01 C"nK"t'ilatlon to Franklin D It soap
vail, den;, t ratio candidate for vice preel
dent: "araOSI , onktatulatlona lo yout
etf and our party on the excellent ae-lei-tloii
,,f a running matt to our next
president. Jamea 1. Cos."
WASHINGTON. July 7A 'pronounred
earthquake wne lo'-otdcd today at he
,,r ,,.,'wn univcrelty
The dl.lu.bance benan at
l.Rt OClank Rod i-onllTiii.d until 2 ill
o'clock, rearhlnk Pa aoiaht at 1:05 o'etook,
The (enler of the itlaturbai.ee waa cal
culated at il.tUifl n, Ilea from Waeli Ingtolt,
prOMMy In Central or Houlh An.erlca.
OMAHA, Neh . July 7. Federal Judge
Woodrough today laau"d an order for the
-turn to fit. Joseph. Mo., of a wuman
w l.,,e nan - wa slven as lOdlth Snock.
ai.ld to he wanted there on a charge of
oelng the matte tn a echeme to defraud a
m.mro-r of n,"n aha ta alleged to have
promlae.I to marry. She was arreated tn
BOSTON. July 7 Indictments charg.
Ins pinflteerlng In food wire reported
here lat. today by a r.-deral grand Jury
agalnal F. C. Mwlfc A Co.. Armour A Co..
II" , Ilia A flO.. and the Independent Sugar
company ,,r this elty The ladii m.enta are
the fui i,, be returned In New Bavtand
hy a fedora Jury for an alleged food
TIM.SA, Okla.. July 7 Mailmum, ,
minimum, K ; aouth wlnda ; rl?ar.
OK LA HO Iff A Thtirn.Uy and Friday
partly cloudy to clmjrly.
ARKANSAS Thursday and Friday
KANSAS; Oanrrally fair Thurnrliiy nnd
Friday, not nun h churif In itmurii
tura. I i r WstHltl
I.tnna rluh 1 1 n. !,.- n y,
I., I It II.
W. C. A.
Junior rhaniber of rommrrca mertlnv.
UuniClpft nudltorlMrn. H p. m.
Addreaa on rfdin llon of living rnntn ,y
Mlsa Mary sirwart. unvcrnmani rirant
ailve. Munlripai auditorium, a:1ft p. m.
"TrMnuri hunt." youni people .Ifiwrt
mrnt of Flrit fhrlatlan church In Par
'!'!;! park, 10 p m.
PARIS, TEX., IS AGAIN QUIET
crrcs-ip! Ordered Out But Infer In
structions Are Withdrawn.
AI'PTIN. Texas, .Tilly 7. Protest
against tht lyni hlng of two negroes,
Irving nnd Herman Arthur, Tuesday
night at Paris, Texas, Is contained
In a telegram received late today hy
Acting Oovernor Johnson from the
nntlonal association for the advance,
nient of colored people. The tele
gram urged the governor to take Im
mediate steps to apprehend and pun
ish members of the mcb which
lynched the negroes.
Two Texas nstlonal guard compa
nies were ordered to Tarls this af
ternoon from llonham and Green
ville at the re.tupst of Umr entintv
officials but this order wss laier
oanoella'd when the governor was
notified hv these offclnls that thev
could control the situation without
troops. The nerroes were charged
with killing a white farmer and his
son during n disntife over money.
Slllelde Its t . rill, i
OKIAIIfJMA CITY, July 7
lie iih due to suicide w-ns the pro-
nouncomonl of a v. afoWllllami,
Justice of the peace, who today held
an lnipiest oyer the body of Alice
Story, who died at her rooming place
this morning before she could be
taken lo n hospital. A letter, written
TtlMdai night and found In her
room, told a story of rejected lovo
LIFT TRADE BAN
Restrictions Lifted, Ex
cept on Materials for
Tains Taken to Emphasize
That Reds Are Not Given
REQUIRE EXPORT LICENSE
Individual Permit Is Needed
to Begin Shipment U. S.
My The Aeeoclat.d 1'reaa.
WASlirNOT'.iN, July 7 Uestrlc
Hons on trade with soviet KussU
wore removed toduy by the Hate de
partment except Insofar a they per
tain to the shipment of material
r-uscepi lhlo of iu'.mcdtato use fur .n
An Individual export license mum
be obtained fur the rhlpment of
ueh mattrlala and it was annouuetd
that such 'lenses pould Da irautad
only In exceptional OMPAn
Individual ixpoit UooruMO loo will
be retiulrcti for tho nxport lo us
iila ,f looonoUooPi roilrood mu
lorlal and rolilng stock, antl motot
core anil component parts.
Au lii'lot ndontl) .
The state departmr-nl's sell in.
while tnKen Indopondont of otbei
nations, this action followod exten
sive OSChaUM between the UnlMd
Siiites and uraat Uiitaln and i-'i m ,
It Is btllOVOd to have been hastened
by the recent negotiations between
(irajrory Krassln, ropraMntlnt the
toialievlkl litivernmMit. and r rentier
I loyd (ieorgc looKlua o the romimp.
Hon of trade bstflpooa Drol Hrlialn
In Nniiouiielng Its action tho state
depart tm n; took pgrtloular pains to
stale Ihiu political lecoKnilliin t.res
tut or future ot any Ittissi.in au
thurify pxarolalng or claiming to ex
SropJO government fun Itlolta was
neither granfed ()r Intended. Jt pjag
omphaalged that Indlvidonls or cor
porations trsdintr w!:h Russia you'd
" ' ",' ""',r " resnocsi i. I llv
on., mi tneir own 1 1 . k , us inis gov
. i-nment could offer no protMllon t"
ImortMM going to ItusHla or trad
log with Ruaala.
The Itatotnonl also was made by
iii dspartmont 'hat Indtoattoni
were that Kuasll had only i smnll
uiiantity of r..w oin'erttils for ex
port; that ita pnt eWising power' was
very limited nnd that conseuuently
there would not bo any considerable
trade with that country.
Trade limg llloi k.sl.
Trado bwtWoon the 1. tilled Htat. t
and Kussla hss been prohibited
elnco the boish.-vlUi gained control
In that country a year befoie
Hit! end of i he world ivai ITeviouelj
It had been Hrn'tad because of Hie
lemorully. d condition of RUNSlltn
i.tllroa'ls Some PSporta', mostly ttsr
malerlula. had been sent to Vladi
vostok and ArchaiiKdl, but much of
it never WMOOVfr uiovvd to the in
terior. Iterjuests that the state depart
ment lift the ban on trailing Willi
the soviet have boon made by oian
Amprloan exporting and other bin.
nesa firms and AtnarlOeVn govei t.
i, lent oftlcial- long have desired to
remove the testilctlous 0 that Ihi
-iiiffermg poimlatlon might be aided
In spite of the bolshevlkl e'ears had
been vol.-ed. however, that what
vver went into the coin rv for that
population would ho seized by the
DolMIOVlkl and conveite, to their
IGET HUN ARMY PLAN
Allien lUvrlvi' IVipoeal and .le
Itlsarmainciii Proposal... i arc
Hy The Aaaoclated Preea.
SPA. Ilelulum, Jul V 7 Tns Her
man plan for progressive dononlUe
i anion of 100, 000 men In lb months
1 was presented to the. representatives
of the allied governments here this
afternoon and was declared unsails
i factory to the allies. The Associated
Press Is Informed by a prominent
I member of the conference. It will he
lexumlned seriously, however, and
acted uisin after the experts report
Tho Impression in allied circles
: tonight is far more favorable than
yestordayfor the presentation of the
Herman plan opening the way for
i discussion and removing the danger
1 of a rupture.
The allied demand Is for Immedi
ate destrucuoii of 12.000 cannon,
which the allied commissioners In
tierrnany have under guard, to
gether with 00,000 machine guns.
Germany desires to destroy the guns
at the rate of 1,001 a month The
allies hold .that this Is not suffi
ciently rapid, nnd express fear that
the machine guns will fall Into the
hands of Insurrectionists.
The military expeits of tierrnany
and the allies l .. an examina
tion of the Herman plan Immediately
to Quit Office;
Loafs a While
I.OK ANdBLai, July 7. Vice
'resident Marahall, who arrived
here today after attending the
demscratlc national convention,
said he "ktuessed eveivouo was
pleased with tho result at San
"My part In It p lenses me," he
said. "1 told overyune I dltl not
want anything pohiPallv. I have
had eight years In Washington
and I am satisfied. I know what
the while house Is. I believe the
man who wni to jet Into tha
white house and does lyllt want
to get out aa soon as noaslble.
"T want to get hook Into ptl
vale life, so I eri walk down the
street and look the cltliens In tho
eye without wondering whelher
they are pointing with pride to
RIO, or viewing me with alarm. ''
Mr Marshall suld ha and Mrs.
Marshall would "loaf" In Ios An
geles a day or two and then go to
HARDING TO GET
COPY OUT EARLY
Uses Newspaper Habit in
TO MAKE PARTY PLEA
"It's Goinir to Re Fad," He
Announces Pleased With
MARION, rvhto. ,ruly 7.- After
several w.-nks -pont lo pi ellmlnsi .
preparation. Senator Harding today
negan the actual weighing of hie
speech tn be delivered July It, ac
cepting the republican presidential
nomination, tie agpoota to oomplots
it In about ten days and mOMWhlla
plans to seek few visitors,
In order to get an enrly start, tin
Kenator arrived at his offlos i i tie
administration building adjoining
his home reveral hours curlier tha
isual today, but lound It loekid
'eating himself oi the front po ch
ha paltad until (Itorga Chrlatian, hir
secretary, arrived and unlock., l hi
Following a custom acquired In
:.ctlvc nrwspiper work. Senator
Hardirg is wrltlna bis maaah with n
pencil on a scratch pad from wlilo'
It will lie I a 1 1 i ,opi... c.i, n typi
"I i.rn wrl'lng It ss I Tied t'i writs
for th' newspsper.'' eaid Rons
Harding. It's a habit of no .
'.landing I writ.- i. I think."
Seldom Changes "Copy."
According to his office the aana
tor never dictalcs a ipoafih and after
It Tins been wrlttan in l.mg hand
seldom makes ohangaa In bis "copy"
Tho annOUncOmsnt by Senator
Johnson of California today thnt h
would snpnort the repnblloan ticket
greatly pleased M nat or Harding
The "latemen' did not come ns ,i
lUrpriaa, howv-r. It hnd boon tin-
derstcod around the Harding head,
quarter that thai would be in Call-
rOrnl senator's ntilteie.
"I em glad Senator lo'insnn Is go
Ing to glv" the ticket his support."
he added, "nnd 1 would muen ratht
hnve seppr.-1 on the grounds tint
nir platform Is appealing than 'in
in L-foiiruls of. lurerehtr in the nom
The rihln senstor paid that
throughout the c.impalgn he inter d-
d to enifntasil "Interest In party
"It's going to be :t fit. I In th- cam-
palgn." said Senntor Hiidlng.
Adlierr to Plan
Attention was called to statements
credited to Oovernor fox, thr dem
..iralh presplentlnl noniitiee. thai h,
pbinncd an Intensive enmpnlgn wd'h
en etended sp'-aklng tour Ihrough
"I should Imagine he would, but
th'tt does not rhsnge my plans any."
Senator Harding said.
The aanator toda' p0tYd a let
ter from Hitrlhurt Toff, editor of
the Cincinnati Times sta- pladgini
to him the support of thtt publica
ns well as the "Tsft family.
"It gratifies me v-rv gr -i t ly to
know that 1 have the best wishes
of all the Taft ftmllv and the Times
Star.' replied the serator.
Another oulet day Is planned for
tomorrow, the senat r having no en
gagements scheduled amOhe intends
to devote his entire time lo his
(Ot THANKS CAI.H'ORNIANS.
Wire State tVnnmlttee aiut Says
Ohio and That Slate Can ltcM-at.
SAN" KllANCMBCO, July 7 - A tel.
egram of appreciation for con
pra dilations on winning the demo
cratic presidential nomination whs
received today from flov .lames M.
Cox by Sidney M Vim Wyck. ehlr
man of the executive committee of
the democratic state central com
mittee. It read:
"Your kind telegram received.
California and Ohio snved the day
in 1916 and we can do II nguln in
"(Signed) "JAMKS M. COX."
BANKER TO PRISON
Missouri Leaders Sum
moned Pardon Scan
MILLION FOR WOOD
I (ooh Say Now York 11 en
Uwlrrwrote 0tn6ra1l Cam
paign for That Amount
JAKE BABLER IS QUIZZED
Senator Rtd Questions Na
tional C'ommitteejnan and
CINCINNATI, July 7. Col. W.
OOOptf I'rortrr of Cincinnati, who
niani'rl rh ramiiiiltrn of Cpritral
Wtnia. paid totjay that ho kiifiw
ahaultitely nothing about the un
do, writing of tho Wood tumpntft-n
f u iiit for a million dolhii an h
waa not o " at th iiiootlnf.
CHICAUO, Jnly 7Tho adnata
rommltto.a Invmtlfjatlnr nroconvon
tton ( ampalKO expand It urea plana
to deU a thorouKhlv Into the cam
liatjrn of Attorney (ienoral A. Mitch
ell Palmer before ndlournlng lla
hcarlngfl, Chairman Kenyon anld to
nlKlit. In ronnortlon with thla ICd
wiird K. Ooltra of fit. Iou.a, deruo
cratio national conirnittoeman, and
Joanph T. Davla. a Ht. Ixula lawyer,
have been subpoenaed.
1 n ad llt Ion to iu M Inning Tavta
and Ooltra the corn inlt tee will In
voHMgate ohaiKa f!Ud today by
William Armstrong a Chicago la
yor, that the department of f net lot
had heon instrumental to rinntln
pardona to allegod crlmlr.ali who
mlftrhf hjip pollttrallv .nid had
blocked proeorutlon hv the govorn-m-lit
of jiorefinx trvlnir to g.iln ev
raT hundred thoumind dOlUlll by IN
Mnnv "liariroM RtoA
Mr. Armntronpa dOAUFntfltl con
an'id nf n prlip t hftok ff Bl pagon
Mr. Armstrong charged tho depart
mor't of hfitloa With attomjiCng to
prevent Indict nen'a nng rot umod
ngiilnst tho Nv YarU Central rail
rond bv n fodernl irrnnd Jury and
aald a domnrmtlo membor of ron
gro "agreed wltli a rrtnln pornn
tn nbtnin Mt7.lTI.tl from tho gov
orninrnt on poat war rial" " If Riven
J fl por ont.
Io'nlla of hN rriargee are oxprt
od to bo brought on t later
The committee tndnv rem. mod It
he.irlnirn bv dt"lnr Into tho nrnnl
BnM'o rrnd pondlt'ire nnd hackori
nf Major Onnoral lyeonird Wood
Tbn oornmpto n lo hoi'nn an ox
hfl tlv Inonlrv Into tho nrnnla
tlon In Missouri of Oovernor Frank
ft T.nwnVn whlh did not f.nd until
eartv t tht o'rn'ni nftnr vnrlnna
rovTtvt'Kn nv pahf rkvfn
ON PROFITEER STRIKE
I I'-lit llundml Miner, in t
kin out Claim Cftttisgg Too
nigh for Material;
I ' t!T SMITH Ark , July ! Ap
prr.Miiialcij sun . x .,i 1 nilni-ie ii, lln
rpiidra lo-itl went on a "profiteer"
htnke tmiay and aa a ci.iisi-.iue.ic.
Virtually every lull e In the I.. 1. 1 I
'1'he nu n i l.iim that supplies used
In mining are sold to them at loo
nigh pines operator olalm thai
are s.lllng mi plli s at less than ... t
in. i mat ti.ey cannot aall tha in
Although the strike his not been
authortted by the United Mm.
Wither '.f Ann ilea, It Is general
throughout the field and offli lata
of Ik union said tOnigUI that it will
t:ni l.e bri ken or declared off until
lef Is offered the men
tine UK thr "oillp. lines affciN d bv
the Itrlk are the Clark MoWllltama
Coal company, t'oi'ier a Dunlao
I'oal I'',, l-'ernwnod :oal Miinnv
Co.. Mt Kiniey Brother, Imokelos
i I compiiny, I.uens Mnrdls fnai
company, .spadrn Coal OOtniNtny and
The miners' demand Is that the
ild contract prices on supplies he re
ARMED BANDITS ARE FOILED
Six Try to Hot) Bsnk In New York
lint An. Illotkisl in Attempt.
NUW York. July 7. Six armed
bandits were foiled In n da'lnt: day
light attempt to ml, the Corona
branch of the Manhuttau hank to
day by the cool courage of a 17
year old girl lerk The robbers
fled whin the girl Pora Siadtler,
braved their leveled guns to tele
phone for the potlc even after the
of the t.itndl's had wounded Cashier
Fred Althouse, the only male em
ploye present. '
More than $50,000 in cush was
saved by the girl's deed.
U. S. Prepares
Mexican Provisional Regimel
State Department Demands Assurance That Amer
ican Lives and Property Will Be Protected
Special Envoy Sees Acting Secretary Davis
Many Difficulties Faced by La Huerta.
WAIRlNOTONi July 1- -Th
Moslean situation Is receiving mora
careful studv by the American gov
ernment than has any subjert sines
the Tails peace conference. It was
staled in, lay it tho state departr
Riant. This Is wllh a view to accord
recognition to do la Hiinrta'a provi
sional ecovenment, provided pulls
factory assurances, are given that It
nan and will maintain order slid will
live up to Its obligations respecting
the prole, tlon of the lues and prop
erly of foreigners.
lgleslss Onldeion, the special en
voy sent by de la Huerta to ask
recognition, will ask for another con
ference with Acting Oec.retary Davla
when he hits discussed tho situation
with, the members of his staff who
have Just arrived here from Mex
Ameilcan officials, It Is stated au-
thoi datively are Impressed with the I
IS ASKED BY COX
Democratic Nominee He
quests Approval by
TO MEET ROOSEVELT
Vice Presidential Nominee to
Stop Off at Dayton on
Return From Frisco.
DAYTON. Ohio. July 7.- If tha
legUlature of txiulalana arte In ac
cord with tho opinion of Gov. Jamea
M. fox, the doriiorratlc nomlnaa for
piohldent, women will be rn f ran
I'hlHod tu vote at th Novum bar
elocilon and the democratic party
may got the credit for making util
v i raftl NiiffrnKc a fu' t
In a Utftguam to IVank J. Kooney,
cliMlrnmn of the Louisiana atan cen
tral co mini it o- Oovornor Cox 9X
preHcd It aa hla opinion that "th
lxulalana loifMlature owi It aa a
duty lo the democratic party to rat
ify at once.' Mr. Tonney had wlrod
tho vvornor nnhlnpr him to expreaa
hie vhwa to the lor!Hlaturo on rati
fication nf the amondment.
In hla official apncltv aa jtovern
nr of Ohio, the demorrntlc ciindl
l.i t . hafl repent edly ilnood hlmf elf
Oft i coord In favor of woman mif
frmATt llo hae alnod hlllB Intend
ed tO erifrnncht-f tMa "tato nnd In a
uprcl-il niOHHiin-e tn the lopflalature -
trnnamlttlna the fettpml amendment
for rat If lent Ion, he ur"d favorable
iVdomlniH ii af.
It wna atatod todnv hy 'hoa In
oloae kOUCtl with the democratic
prea'denMa! oendldato that he con
templated conduct In w hla eampHlrtn
chiefly from Cnlimihiin, where he
wl'l necpmarMy have to ho much ofi m
Ii!!4?: "nIt10B rh tt JL lorn aurtiiuai aa rm
fline-g however anticipate thai his
home cltv will he one of the princi
pal nerve centers In the campaign
and that no small part nf his cam-
italcn work W'lll be conducted fioni
his nWpapf office It has been I
the practice of the governor to
home each Friday from Co-
ion, I. us nnd spend the week- end
llh his family at Trull's Knd and
. his. newspaper office.
No political eonfaranoog of im-
portane are expected until the j
party leadets return from Han Krtn-1
1 100. The visit of r"rnklln r.
Itoosevelt, the vice presidential nom
inee, which Is expected Saturday,
Is not Hnllclpiiied to develop Into
anything more than an exrhnnge of!
i r. Ii. lt.itlol.e.
M. els Hism-v. i, Saturday.
Mr Itoosevelt will stop here on
his way home from the convention.
The governor spent most of today
g his newspaper office, receiving
a lb-re and re nting messages of con
gratulation which have pourad into
his oflee in a constant stream.
Among them were fUclttiona from
all 4i" OOntl tiders for ihe honor that
came to the Ohio governnr from
Vice President and Mrs Marshall.
oablnol member, governors, political
loader of both parties, representa
tives of labor, huslrtcsa men and per
fun from Franklin ..sane.
former secretary of Ihe Interior,
"I sincerely congratulate you and
the country. lo give us a cam
paign that is constructive, that will
challenge Hut Interest and support
i of the new voters. Tho ieouVe
i want to hear a definite word us
tn home affairs as well us foreign."
Tonight the governor talked golf
with In uemlssjlanl in in Ohio
I golf tournamen at a dinner at the
Dayton Country club.
"Th'-re Is an erroneous Impression
I that golf Is a rich man's game. It
' Is not. A set of clubs don't cost
liiioh. he said. He di, I ire, I it
i .'.'. Ii ... i.ii UN i .Vjlu BKV12N.
evident sincerity of the expressions
of provisional President de Is
Huerta and nf the efforts to bring
about order In Mexico, but they have
taken note that the active workers
In the various departments of the
Mexican government have not been
i hanged and that the early appoint
ed cabinet officers leave the work
of their offices chiefly to the sum
men who continued the affairs under
Hep, nis from Mexico City stale
that foreigners who went to the
Mexican capital to compose the dif
ferences between their companion
agricultural, mining ami manufac
turing -are forced to deal with th
same men they formerly dealt with,
and In some cases the men who
conducted the confiscation of their
properties under Carranta, and that
ONTINtlKU ON PACK SBJVKN.
again in 1 rouoie
NEW TOaXi July 7 Michael
tlllhooley, the champion "atow
away." Is sgaln In trouble and may
be sent back to ilelglum. Repre
sentatives nf Mra Marlon C. Curry,
who adopted him after his fifth
unsuccessful attempt tn enter Ihe
country, telephnned Bill Island
uday to Inquire how she could be
relieved of her wmrd.
Uilhooley, the 14-year-old or
phaned aon of an Irish fathar and
a Belgian mother, found himself
homeless the third year of the
war. Ho wrandered over northern
France and Belgium, seeking shel
ter and nourishment In camps of
the various silled armies Hnd be
came attached to the American
After the armistice ho secreted
himself aboard a transport hut
waa discovered. Immtgrailon au
thorities here sent him bnck. bro
ken hearted but not discouraged.
Ho tried again but met utile suc
cuss and became a human shuttle
cock on the high aeai.
Ills rebuffs won him wide no
toriety and considerable sympathy
Mrs. Curry waa among Ihose at
tracted and finally Induced Kills
lalund officials to release him in
her care. She first took him to
live with her in the Hotel Vander
I lit and later sent him to an ex
clusive private school. Reports
lo Kills Island showed that the
boy hsd made excellent progress
at his studies, but appaiontly his
department outside was not so
Mrs. Curry was informed that
the government oannot now de
port the boy. but that If she
wants tO get rid of Bin) she must
pay his traveling expenses to
WANT HARDING TOUR
Porch i ii i op. .iir i. I'lans of
CHIOAOO, July 7 Ohio repuhll-
tun lenders who conferred totlay
with Will H Huys, chairman of the
r 1 1 , . 1 1 iv ri rintlonal com n i it tee were
reported disapproving Ihe "front
porch" campaign plans for Senator
Hording They favored a "swing
around the circuit" Inst.. ait of the
passive campaign advocated In some
Among the Ohlnans were Harry
M Huughterly, who was Senstor
Herring's campaign manager, Hnd
fleorge ll Cook, chairman of the
0M republican stnln committee
A. T. Mart, national committee
man from Kentucky, and I A CM
well. Minnesota committeeman, also
took up the situation In the states
"Wo haven't the slightest appren
thion about Ohio," Mr Cook said
USE HALF SOLDIERS' FUND
Dr. I,rls Says BJS Tbn One-Halt
Is I'.mplmcil In ( iklabiuiia.
OKLAHOMA CITY, July 7. -I.es
than half of the gtat'l fund for the
care of sick and disabl-d soldi. HI
was used before it elapsed on June
.'.0, sccoiding to A. R a vvie, ttattl
health com mlssloner.
The itat appropriated $10,0110
for the gd of 'turned Midler.
I-ess than half of the amount was
applied for. The fun 1 paad bm-k
to ihe state treasury at Ihe close of
tho fiscal year.
Negro Shot to It.-. nir
DANVIU.K. V., July 7. Ited
Roach, a negro, wo shot to death
by a posse of farmers near Roxboro.
N. C. last night after an alleged at
tempt to attack the lS-ycar-old
daughter of a farmer. The posse
trailed the negro for i: hours be-
jfure effecting the capture.
BY COURT RULING
Will Direct Execution of
Mandate Today, He
VALIDITY TEST SEEN
Fulkersnn Case Expected to
Go to Supreme Court in
Habeas Corpus Plea.
WALDREP NOT AT HEARING
Speaker Who Freed Alva
Man Stays Away Attest
May Invalidate Action.
OKLAHOMA CITY. July 7 .
Orders tn execute the mandate of
the criminal court of appeals direct
ing that M M Fulkerson be taken
to tho penitentlniy to Hcrve hie sen
tence of seven years for embetxle
ment. will he eent tomorrow morn
ing to the sheriff of Woods county.
Attorney Cieneral Freellng said this
afternoon at the conclusion of his
Investigation of the circumstance
surrounding the pardon Issued Is)
Ifulkerson Saturday by Tom C. w-tlg.
rep of Hhawnee, acting governor.
The mandate wa eent to the court
clerk of Woods county on Juno $2,
and a receipt for It waa signed, ac
cording to Judge Thomas H. Doyle,
presiding Judge of the criminal
-court of appeals
Freellng stated he expected Ful
kerson to ask for a writ of habeas
corpus "to keep himself nut of th
penitentiary" and that In the contest
In court nver the granting of th
writ will come the test of the valid
ity of the pardon.
Walilrrp stay Away.
Waldrep did not appear today at
the office of the attorney general
where the Inveetlgatlon 'Into th
regularity of the Fulkerson pardon
was being conducted. He whs In
Oklahoma City from noon until to
night and visited the capital during
"I have not received any sum
mons tn appear at. the Investigation,
Waldrep said this afternoon. "The
only thing I know about the heating
Is what I huvs resd In the news
papers. "I signed rutharaon'o nsrdon
shortly after noon Hnturdny at tha
office of the governor at the eapl
t.. nnd delivered It. aoon afterward
at the office of George B. Itltten
hntise. Kulkersnn's attorney. Th
pardon was written at Hhawnee."
lb" attorney general said lie was
developing as one ground for his
attsek on the pardon, tho possibility
that II has been signed by Waldrep
while H. u Davidson was In the
state and while Waldrep wss not
acting governor. It wa not shown
during the Investigation at what
time the pardon was signed David
son testified ho was otitald., tha
boundary of the state from about 11
o'clock fnturday morning until
about 4.10 o'clock that afternoon.
Wsldrep was the legally cnstltutsd
governor when he eigned tho par
don, according to bl own "-moment
Possibility nf Waldrep being de
. lured disqualified to act as gover
nor because of his age was cllmln
nted this afternoon When Investiga
tion showed he was 31 years old.
The constitutional age reiinlrement
i, ii governor Is not leas than 30
I'pon the fact I hat the pardon was
not attested b i he Hccrctn ry of state
Until Tuesdav morning, when I.leu
'ennnt Oovernor Trapp and David
son both had returned to the stute
and Waldrep whs no longer acting
governor, Is expected to be made the
principal contest as to the validity
of the pardon, It wa stan d at th
attorney general's office.
That Tom c Waldrep of Shawnee,
while setlng as governor of Okla
homa July r pardoned Martin M.
Fulkerson of Alva, convicted of em
necslement md sentenced to serve
seven years In the state penitentiary
after promising Acting OoVSrnOr It.
I. Dnvldson of Tubal nol to act In
the matter was the testimony of Mr.
Davtdaon today in an Investigation
I'ONTINI.'HH ON PAOg rkve;.
A WORD TO WORK IRS
Conscientious labor, slniwre en
deavor count for advancement the
winker suc.r,-, is who makes the
most of opportunity and learns lo
There's a definite result -getting way
to advancement u path that lead to
broad development and greater
earnings and for many that path
is through The World WANT ADI
T8I WORLD WANTS have been
the means of "getting ahead" for
They have prOVt4d ObMte that
has brought belter positions and In
TK1 WORLD WANTS have lifted
many from the ruuks of the trail
ers and placed them among thus
who achieve. Call Osage 00U0.