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VOL. XIV, NO. 325
TULSA, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST IS, 1920
PRICE 5 CENTS.
CAROLINA SENATE DEFEATS SUFFRAGE
G. 0. P. LEADERS
MEET AT MARION
ffonvene to Shape Speak
J ing Schedule; Adjourn
Urgently Desires t9 Make Talk
on Labor to Home Dele
gates From Front Porch.
NO CHANGE IN POLICIES
Nominee to Continue Cam
paign on Former. Plan;
f Speeches on Program.
MAntON, Ohio, AiiK.jlT. A con
- ference of republican I'nrty chiefs
conven-.il hero today to shape u,
speaking schedule Tor Senator Hard
me, adlotrned nftar a session of sev.
eral hours, without completing tho
tank of netting u lllu'i tor another
ltonue'ti ftom various part of the
country that tho nominee make
speaking trips away from Marlon
were discussed, along with plana for
i tne reception here of front porch
delegations, but no ojt-oftown In-
Itatlon was acopted und on'y two
date "were added to the list Jf
Anxious to Meet IxtN'r.
William H. Hays, national chair
man, announced that "at Senator
llnrrilrur's perconal, very insistent
wish," tho candidate's Labor day
pecch would be delivered" from the
lront porch to a meeting arranged
by tho central lalor unloii The
chairman said the senator was
anxious to spenl; on t.-.bor Issues
"here among people who know his
record." and that for thnt rc.ion in
ylutlons to other cities for that day
llad been declined.
Times and places where the several
IbkUos of the campaign arc to lio pre
sented by Senator Harding ere
dlscuued. 'and it was, announce I
there would be un elaboration of his
position on tho league of nations In
the speech he will make hern August
28 to a delegation from Indianapolis.
It Is expected the address will bo Jc
voted almost exrluslvcly to foreign
nffalrs and will help to bring the
league issue more prominently to
tho lore of the republican campaign.
What took place at the session was
dscrlbcd by Senator New as "Just
a general discussion without reach
ing and decisions except tentatively."
Ho said al' the participants weic
leaving Mnrlcn tonight and there
was no agreement for resumption of
the conference later. .
Chairman Hays said there had
been ."no hitch" In the proceedings,
tut ihc work of sorting over thi
applications and dove -tailing them
tcgelhor had been found very la
borious. All of thoso In the conference were
emVhatlo in saying thnt they expect
, ed no modification In tho principle
f of the front-porch campaign. They
all said, however, "that a number of
speeches," probably would be made
In other cities, adding that such trips
had been a part at tho plan from the
REPORT MORALS LOW
Salvation Army Advised Social Un
rest and Moral Disorder Acute
OKLAHOMA CITY, Aug. 17.
County advisory boards of tho Sal
vation Army of Oklahoma late today
were called to meet In state conven
tion' at the new armory here Septem
ber 3. The call was Issued by the
state ndvlsory board, which met In
the office of Oovernor J. II, A. Rob
ertson. Col. George .Wood, In charge of
the Salvation Army's activities In
Oklahoma, Texas and Louisiana, de
clared that tonfldcntl.il reports to
the organization from overy county
In Oklahoma showed thnt conditions
arising from social unrest and moral
disorder were acute. The county ad
visory boards, when they convene
lierc, will be nsked to consider
means of eliminating tho reported
WASHINGTON. Aug..- 17. Prell
miliary population figures were an
nounced today by tho census bureau
St. Joseph, Mo., (revised figures)
1320 population 77,039; Increase
Jlnce 1910, S36, or .7 percent.
New York Life
Farmer & Duran
-'OS I'nluie Hid;. I'linno 151
in Trophy Race
WASHINGTON. Aug, 17 The
fourth entry for Uio transcontinen
tal airplane raco for tho l'ulitzcr
trophy was rocelud loday by the
Aero club of America from lieu
tenants C. U. Wrlghtsman and IT.
Hlrkett of TiiIm, Okla. They will
uso an Italian plane, It was an
nounced. Wire Flashes
TAniS, Aur. It. Thf "Treaty on pe
between the Ule Ami ltulKrU ilgnrd
In it November wu officially promulgated
TOFKKA. Kan.. Aur U. lTrnor
Allen luiunl a proclamation today ettlnc
part the week bejtlnnlntc Monday. Au
jcust 35 ai "rat nlernilnatlon week In
OALVKSTOtf. Auic. 17. Confirmation
of the dlaicnoala of thn. eighth caae of bu
bonic plague which hat occurred In Hal
veiton. wai announced by the United
Hlatea public health service surgeon to
day Another cane la under observation.
LONDON, A tiff." IT. MrltUh light crulu
er VlnrtlctHe, which whi nunk in the en
trance of Oft end harbor of May 11, 1911,
and which hu blocked thwt port Hi new
that time, haa been refloated and (hut
port li again open for traffic
NKW YOT1K. Aug. IT. reddlere tell
Inr sugar at 19 rente a pound which Is
4 or 6 cent cheaper than grocery store
prices were nearly rushed off their feet
by women buyers In Itrcoktyn's eastern
district today. Police reserves were called
out to restore order.
l'AIUH, Aug. IT. William Adamson, la
bor member of the Ilrltlsh parliament,
and Harry Ooeling, leader of the Ilrltlsh
transport workers, representing tho Lirlt
lh counsel of action of the triple al
llanca of labor, have been requested to
leave France, falling which they will be
NKW TO (IK, Aug. IT. Federal Judge
Augustus N. Hand today declined to ills
mlia suits which challenged a decision of
the commissioner general of Internal rev
enue with holding permits to manufacture
preserved sweet elder from two cotn
panlrs because they would not certify
to the. "permanent alcoholic content" of
WABHINOTON, Aug . IT. Steps to
limit tbe prices charged consumers for
roal In various parts of the country will
be begun shortly by tho department of
Justice. It was said tonight by officials of
COLI'MIIUfl, Aug. lrT Tha pipe of
peace was smoked by (Jovernor Cox, dem
ucratlc candidate, with 36 reprentatltes
of the Society of American Indians, who
paid hint an unheralded call tonight at
Mother of Oklahoma City
Girl Tells Story of
OKLAHOMA CITY, Aug. 1 7. M
I.lngcnfcltfcr, Oklahoma City grocer,
late today was bound over to dis
trict court without bond, charged
with having assaulted tho 14-ycar-old
daughter of O. W. Mapcs. alo
of Oklahoma City. The Ctrl, accord
ing to her testimony In the trial to
day, formerly was employed by
Llngcnfolter In his store.
Held Without Ilonil.
The trial wa held is the court of
r, !'. Donnell. Jullco of the pence,
After Judge Donnell had bound over
the defendant without tnd, ma
trlct Judge George W. wClark an
nounced he would allow the prisoner
to make bond of $10,000. Counsel for
the defense declared a petition for a
rsductlnnof the boitd required would
Tho girl and her mother related
on the witness stand now, several
weeks aao, the .Mapcs family had
taken Llngenfelter to the outskirts
of the city and whipped him un'.ll
he begyed to bo killed.
"1 whipped -him and bent him un
til I was so tired I couldn't hit him
again ird I'm proud of It," Mrs.
Mupck declared In her testimony.
'Rumania Is Ready to
Fight the Bolsheviki
CONSTANTINOPLE, Aug. 17.
Rumania ha not been actually In
vaded by organized bolshevik forces,
but roving bands arn overrunning
northeastern frontiers, causing great
Jiicaelness, suv observers who have
lust returned to Constantinople
Americans Held in Moscow
Want Home Before Winter
lly The Aft.orl.ted 1'rfft.
TKItUOKI, Finland, Russian
r'rontler, Aug. 17. A thousand for
.Igners, Including SB Americans, are
bow at Moscow, hoping for nctlon by
heir government to get them out
of Russia before winter sets in. They
include, besides tho Americans, 700
Kiench, 100 Lritish and 100 Scandi
navians. Aside frr.m 35 of undoubted
American cll'.zen.hlp thire nro a
targe number claiming American clt
lienshlp. who have gathered from aJ
parts o' Rusita because of tha lm
n,a awaiting bolshevik permission to
possible living conditions und who
i ave. They arc the last of Russia's
TO REMAIN OUT
Twelve Locals of Kansas
District fqr Continu
ance of Strike.
RESENT IMPOSED FINES
Will Not Work Until Money
Deducted From Pay for
Idleness Is Gven Back.
FACTIONS STILL- CONTEND
Pro and Anti-Howat Elements
Cause of Delay in Action
Upon General Orlcrs.
riTTSHUIlG, Kan., Aug. 17.
Twelve locnl unions of tho United
Mlno -Workers In the Mulberry ills
trlct today announced their decision
to remain awuy from work until
such tlmo as the fines Imposed for
Saturday Idleness nre returned to
tho miners. The decision not to re
turn to work was reached at a maso
Meanwhile many miners In other
districts of the local coal field are
taking their tlmo about returning to
George Illchardson, commissioner
of tho Soiithwcst-Intcrstato Opera
tors' association nsertcd todny that
a factional fight between support
ers of Alexander Ilownt, president
of district No. M, United Mine
Workers and opponents of Howat,
was responsible for tho delay In re
suming operations. Ilownt'a ene
mies, he asserted, are staying nway
from work and say they will oqn
tlnuo to do so until Uowat gives
them a dlreoti order to return, Ad
herents of the district president,
Rlohnrdson said, have returned to
Howat, whq was directed by John
L. Lewis, the' national president,, to
put the Kansas miners back to work,
is at Cleveland, Ohio, uttendlng- thu
scnlo Jolni conference. Tho uctlon
of tho men at Mulberry Is regarded
as tho first test of strength of the
element supporting llowat with the
miners who are opposed to Howat'
TOPKKA, Kan., An. 17 'All in
vestlgatlon of thu strike call voted
by local unions of tho United Mine
Workers at Mulberry will bo Insti
tuted by tho Kansas industr4ul court,
It was announced today. It was
Indicated that criminal prosecution'
of leaders Involved In proclaiming
tho strike might lesult from the
CLKMILAND. Aug. 17. A pessi
mistic feeling preallcd tonight
iimons thu miners and operators at
tending tne joint scale oi mo conirai
competitive bituminous coal field as
to anv settlement being reached re
garding the demands of tho miners
for an Increased w.iRn for tho day
and monthly paid men nnd the ton
nage men in tho new.
The subcommittee appointed yes
terday by the Joint sculo committee
to try to' reach a basis of settlement
of the deadlock, held a meeting this
morning and another this afternoon.
t the afternoon meeting tho sub
committee divided Itself Intu another
This second ,uhcommltleo was In
serslon all aficrnion and when It ad
loiirncd late this ev.enlng announced
thero would bo a meeting 'if the sub
committee and scalo committee to.
It Is understood these committees
will report to the orUlntl subcom
mittee that It made no progress In
Its deliberations this afternoon, o.nd
lhat th subcommittee. In turn will
make a similar report to tno
Assistant Files for
Office of His Chief
MUSKOOKI3, Okla., Aug, 17.
L. K. Pounders, assistant In the of
fice of tho United Slates district at
torney here, today announced tho
filing of his application for appoint
ment ns United Stntes district attor
ney Arlchlbald nonds, whoso resig
nation will take effect October l.
pre-war foreltn resident population,
Inquiry bv thd Associated Press
correrpondent. prior to his deporta
tlon to Finland from Mctocow be
cause he- had not received advance
hovlet authorization for a trip from
Vladivostok to the soviet capltol, de
veloped that many foreigners have
ben refugees in Moscow for more
than a year.
Tho Americans In Moscow say
i heir status Is worse than that' of
the cltliens of any other country.
They arq virtually us hostages while
ho soviet trlcif to forcu the Wash
ington government to nrg'sa$! of
ficially with Moscow or thu bolshe
Cox Will Make
OKLAHOMA CITY, Aug. 17,
James M. Cox. democratic, presi
dential nominee, will make sev
eral speeches In Oklahoma this
fall, according to a telegram (re
ceived by Hen V. Lafayette, chair
man of the democratic, stato cen
tral committee. from congress
man K. II. Howard nnd read at a
meeting of the committee here to
day. Ijifayetto predicted the campaign
this fall would bn the "hottest
fought" slncn statehood. As a
part of the plan for nil Intensive
stale campaign he said four in en
and flvo women would bo appoint
ed In every precinct to assist pre
cinct committeemen In getting out
Addtlonal members also will bo
added to county and district or
ganizations, tho speaker Indicated.
Anti-Wilson Forces From
Missouri May Break
LEAGUE CAUSES MIXUP
Cox's "Senate Olifrarchy'' and
Roosevelt's "Pact Crooks"
Speeches Arc Resented.
KANSAS CITY, Aug. 17. An
open rupture between tho anti-Wilson
democrats of Missouri, followers
of Senator James A, Reed, and thu
national democratic nominee, Is lm
.If Governor Cox persists In sneak
Ing of the "setiato oligarchy," and
rranKiin itooscveit continues to re
fer to thoso Opposing tho league of
nations as "crooks," nn explosion
in tho democratic organization may
como any day,
Slnco returning from his confer
ence with Oovcrnor Cox last week,
Senator Reed has maintained nn
ominous silence. Hut his friends
have been talking.
"If Nominee Will I-ct Us."
"Wo desire a support tho nation
al democratic ticket If the nominees
will let no," one democratic organi
zation spokesman said hem today.
Tho belief is growing among the
local leaders, virtually all ardent
supporters to Senator Reed) that Cox
and Roosevelt aro going out of their
way to Indorse tho Wilson stand on
the league. They also point to the
11,000 votes Judgo Henry S, Priest,
anti-lcaguo candidate for the senate,
received here In the recent demo
cratic primary, and the big vote he
received In nearly every part of the
The greatest bitterness Is belnif
aroused against Roosevelt for brand
ing antl-leaguo mon in both parties
"Ilrnjlng of tho Off Mule."
"How long will we have to stand
for the braying of the off mule7"
asked a democrat, closo to tho big
Hollowing the primary election,
tho organization here displayed
much coolness for Rrecklnrldge
Long, successful cnttTlldato for sen
OOXTINUEI) OS TAOK KI.KVKN-,
CANTU RETIRES TODAY
Will Surrender Governorship to I.uls
31, sauir: to Visit Mexico city
und JtOHUlno Army Colonelcy.
nr The AMeclattd PrrM.
MKXICALI, lower California, Aug.
17. Arrangements for transfer of
tho governorship of tho northern
district of Lower California from
Ksteban Cantu, who has been In re
volt tho last, throe weoke, to Oeneral
Luis M. Salazar, tomorrow, virtually
were completa tonight.
Oovernor Cantu today authorized
the statement that Oenernl Kalazar
would succeed him tomorrow.
It was stated messages received
from Mexico City woro of such a
nature ns to cause Colonel Cantu to
drcldo to accept them as final in
stead of waiting, as hud been
planned, for tho arrival from the
capital of Oeneral Salazar'a commis
sion as governor.
It was announced that Cantu
would resume his colonelcy In the
Mexican army and thnt In the. mean
time ho would visit Mexico City ns
the guest of Vlco Altsslo Robles, ed
itor of Kl Drmocrata and brother of
M. Alesslo Robles. private secretary
to Adolfo do la Hucuta, provisional
of Health Examiner
MUSKOGKE, Okla., Aug, 17.
Dr, Ifugh Scot ot Oklahoma City,
tale suprrilsor, today accepted the
resignation o Dr. Claude A, Thomp
son, examiner In the United Itates
health service hero. Ur. Scott ar
Ived In Muskogee this morning to
select a successor to Ur. Thompson.
Successful Counter Offen
sive Gives Them Im
Holahcviki Abandon Consider
able Booty in Retreat From
AWAIT NEWS FROM PARLEY
Only Information Is by Wire
less From Moscow, Report
ing Delegates There.
PARIS, Aug. 17. Tireless efforts
by the Poles to push hack tho In
vading bolshevlkl have resulted In
tho capture or. Important strategic
positions. Three days age tho Polish
forces fated an extreme!, critical
situation, with the Red center virtu
ally reaching tho outer forts of tho
capltol. On tho right wing tho so
viet troops had captured the Pultuslt
Hcrnck bridgehead, driving Ihe Poles
from tho fork where the Narew Joins
Sunday, however, the Poles laun
ched a counter-offensive from Novo
Cleorglvsk, clearing tho north bunk
of the Narew, nnd yesterday they
recaptured tho Serock bridgehead
before the bolshevlkl had tlmo to
establish themselves. Operations
are now proceeding against the"
The bolshevlkl In their retreat
abandoned considerable booty which.
has not yet bcon inventoried. Opera
tions by the Tollsh right ugalnst tho
Wlepcz and tha mlddla Rug con
tinue nccordlng to plan.
11 The Aftftnrlnlrri Tree.
WARSAW, Aug, li. A feature of
the fighting on tho Warsaw front
Is tho struggle for possession of
Rcdzymln, to tho northeast of thq
cm. Hal. At last account the Poles
had retaken Rudsymln In a counter
stroke delivered this afternoon, nnd
pushed tho bolshevlkl northeastward,
Tho Poles are now holding a line
about a mite on the oilier side of the
town, which has been pretty well
shot up by tho bolshevlkl artillery.
Radyzmln has changed hands four
or five times, being between tha
fighting lines of tho lust few days,
Thn Itcds in this sector nro using In
fantry, numerous machine guns, ar
tillery and cavalry. Allied observers
stood on a hill today and watchod
tho bolshevlkl cavalry chaso the
Poles from woods Just east ot Radyz
mln. Then, they report, tho Poles
made a stand, drove, hack the roy
alty Into u thicket anil turned artil
lery fire on them.
Dy The AaaocUttd 1'rt f.
WARSAW, Aug. 17. Reports of
Polish military successes came to
Warsaw today whllo the population
was eagerly awaiting news from
Minsk, where tho Polish pence dele,
gates aro to negotiate with the rep
resentation of tho Russian soviet
The only report of thn delegates
was a Moscow wireless message
stating that tho party had, arrived
A successful counter-offt-nslvo was
launched on the Warsaw front Mon
flay under tho Icnderahlp of Presi
dent Pllsudsk) as commander In
Rod Drhcn Hack. .
On tho northern front, where 10
bolshevik divisions are striking to
ward the Vistula as part of tho ma
neuver against Warsaw, nnd on the
Warnw front it wan announced to
dny the Reds liuvo been driven back
at several points.
Polish movements, aided by henvy
artillery, aro forcing the bolshevik
gradually to withdraw from various
places Where for days pressure on
tho capital has been greatest.
Tuko Many Prisoners.
In tho fighting northeast of War
saw, tho Poll's have taken many
prisoners, Including a bolshevik com
missioner and hrlgndn commander,
nnrlni- thn l.fitll,, hnrn llnllah
chaplain of tho eighth Infantry dl
vision was Kiiien wniie leading the
attacking forces, clad In his church
robes and with n crucifix In his
hands. Klvo Polish officers were
also killed and 11 were wounded.
French tactics are being used
throughout tho counter attack.
PARIS, Aug., 17. Warsaw Is
holding out well, according to the
latest news received hero tonight.
The Poles who were beginning to
repeat their old despairing cry of
1831. A(3od Is too high and Franco
CONTINUBII N I'AOB W.IJVr.N,
Choose Jury for the
Warring Murder Case
FORT SMITH, Ark.. Aug. 17.
The Jury to try Kd Watrlng on a
charge or murder, In connection with
the death of his wife by strychnlno
poison, was Impnnncllcd and sworn
In at Potcnu, IKlore county, Okla .
late today Most of the day was
consumed In Ihe cholc of thu Juror.
The state had Just started the In
troduction of testimony when court
was ajpourned by Judge K. 8k lister 1
until o'clock tomorrow uiornlug. I
New York's 4 Comleiest A nkles
Picked by Judges From Hundreds
From a competitive field of sovornl hundred girls these pretty misses
were se,octed ns possessing the cutest ankle in New York City. Miss Con
sueto Furimin (left) wns awarded tho first prlzo of 1000, whllo Mlsa Vir
ginia Wynn (right) ruptured second prize, u pair of gold slippers. The
competition, put forward by a prominent shoo sales concern, attracted
considerable attention In tho metropolitan city.
COX SAYS LEAGUE
WILL BE ENTERED
for U. S. Soon After
Fourth of March.
AGAIN FLAYS HARDING
Attacks Republican Nominee
as Reactionary; Denounces
COLUMIlb'H, O., Aug., 17. In ad
dressing thn Ohio democrntlo con
vention hero today, Oovernor Cox,
the party's presidential randldate,
flayed Senator Harding, republican
nominee, an "reactionary," .de
nounced what ho ternred Mr, Hard
ing's plan for a separate penco with
Oermany, but said that thn demo,
crntlc position on the Iragun of na
tions reservations won not "unbend
ing "Our position is not unbending.
Wo claim we,can accept anything In
reservations that Interprets, that
calls nttentlnn to thu limitations of
our constitution, thnt calls attention
of the other nations thta wo will
thus far nnd no farther.
Thn leaguo Issue wns featured by
Oovernor Cox nnd also In addresses
of Newton O, Raker, secretary of
war, and Senator Atlee Pomcrene
"Perfectly perfidious net," and
"dishonorable deed," were nmnng
terms npplled by Oovernor Cox to
thn separate peace proposal, and the
convention gavo ovation after ova
tion us ho proceeded,
The spnrnto pence Issue, Oover
nor Cox declared, "will remain In
the public mind."
"This, after all," he continued, "Is
the crux of the situation. The re
actionary candidate promises you
nothing but n proposal which, nt
Its best, promises nothing but
months nnd possibly yenrs of delay.
On tho other hand, we promise you
this that after the fourth of March,
with tho least amount of conversa
tion possible, we'll enter tho league."
The democrntlo randldato de
nounced particularly the republican
argument that the leaguo would In
crease probability of war.
Denying also that the league could
order American soldiers overseas,
Oovernor Cox continued:
"The republican lenders. In declar
ing that four or flvo potentates over
sens enn order our soldiers anywhere,
are speaking fi dcllbernto nnd wil
ful untruth." 1
At this point tho governor spoke
with great deliberation, adding:
"Presidential properlolles require
thnt I do not characterize It In
MAY FIRE MACON FIREMEN
Major Drniunils I.lM ut TIwimi Re
fusing to CiHo Up Union.
MACO.V, Oiu. Aug. 17, Mayor
Olenn Toole tonight gnvo members
of the fire department until 3 p. m.,
today to submit u list of names of
thoso firemen who refuse to give up
their memberbhlp In tho firemen's
SLAP ' AT RIVALS
State Convention Listens
to and Approves Talks
Criticizing G. 0. P.
Secretary, in Militant Cham
pionship of League,; Stand
for Articlo X Clause.
COLUMntH, Aug. 17. The demo
cratic convention purposing to carry
Ohio for Cox and Roosevelt nnd
elect thn democrntlo state 1 ticket,
was formally launched here today at
the party's statu convention.
Tho convention adopted a platform
pledging tho party, If returned to
power In the stato, to rigid economy,
enactment of a, dobt limitation law
and a moiu equltablo distribution
of taxes. It also heard addresses by
Oovernor Ccx, Secretary of War
Raker, Sonater I'omorcno nnd A. V,
Donuhy, gubernatorial cnndldntn, In
audition to tho keynote speech by M.
A. Dougherty 'of Lancaster, and
selected 21 candidates for presldeu
Criticizes At Tnrgt
Tho speech ot M. A. Daughcrly
wns repleto with laudations of tho
democratic i.ntlonnl and state ad
ministrations, criticisms of republi
can leaders and that party's prcsl-t
Jentlnl candidate. He repeatedly
referred to Senator Harding as tho J
iewocrry cunuiaaie, ana Ilia unl
et go convention as tha "Mowborry
Secretary 1'akcr wu given a tre
mendous ovation ns ha stepped to
the platform. He drow repeated ap
plnue in a militant championing of
'ho league of nations. The greatest
applause came when he declared "I
am for articlo ten nnd I don't be
lieve thero can be a league of na
tions of any effectiveness without ar
ticle ten or sonic equivalent of It,
rolemnly signed by Iho nations of
He compared tho guaranteeing of
'crrl'orlal Integrity of members of
no league to the Monroe doctrine
fnd asserted such u doctrlno Is lm
'uently American "and not a bit of
i new idea. '
TLUt. Aur IT
-Mislmuja 91; nUtuuo
ASKANKASt Kfdmsdif if!lj fsU:
wrill fii,, tumrt.
OKLAHOMA: WttlDrwhr (urtll rliMl, mlUnd
""". umr, Tliurlj teimUt fsjr, wirmtr,
In-til Uiuodmlroxn la nt ind ,..iUi rnir.n. .
trim Is louuiaut KjrUm; Ttiurvlu tbooilintiw
m io toombil cuoltrr.
0KLAI10MA CITY. Ai It -lit,,. .l. ,1. 1.
Jiatt; Alii flf, fouih In plm,; nfk,,u llr.
Bridttport inrrfi ctmut rood; Own lonji On.
Und jowl; I'llnkM lllfj Pole. Utjr, K10.. rW: g.
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BY SLIGHT LEAD
Action Deferred by Count
of 26-23 Until Next
Session in 1921.
ANTIS NOT SATISFIED
Planned Special Session for
Lower House on Measure
to "Kill It Right,"
PROS' PROGRAM WRECKED
Confidcnco in "Victory Turned
to Consternation in Reso
lution Read by Warren.
RALKiail, N. C, Aug, 17.
National enfranchisement of women
apparently wan defeated In North
Carolina today ns far ns the coming
electldn Is cofirerned. Opponents of
etfual suffrage, lung victorious here,
woro successful In ono of the most
bitterly fought contests evor staged
In the state senate.
Their success was measured by
tho narrow margin nt two votes, tho
count btlng 2S to 2, but It was suf
ficient to lay on tho tublo a resolu
tion to ratify the federal suffrage
amendment, it postponed action
until tho next regular session In
May Try Again,
Suffrage leaders, however, may,
mako another try tomorrow. They
may attempt to recall tha resolu
tion, but oven tho leaders were not
confident It could be dona.
To malte their victory complete,
tho anti-suffi-nfiltls planned torilgh.
to brine up suffrage In the lower
house under: n special order of bus
iness, tomorrow. Representative
Neale, nntl-suffraglst floor leader In
tho house, said they expected to
"call it up and kill It right."
The end of thn contest came sud
denly, at a time when suffrage sup
porters wore confident of victory Irt
the upper chamber of the legisla
ture. They.were.cot prepared to
counter thsplan of Senator War
ren, nntl-suffrago floor leader, and
wore pushed back by clever ma
nouvorliirf, Slotlon Itlps Program,
At tho end of a day of heated de
bate, punrtuatcd by charges' and
counter charges, aomo of which
were vitriolic. Senator Scalos, suf
frngo leader, announced ho was
ready for a voto. The commander
ot the opposition forces was recog
nized by Lieutenant Oovernor Card-
ner, and ho began the introduction
of tho resolution which burst the
program of ratlflcatlnnlsts asunder.
Tho roll call which followed, closed
tne case. t
It w said that Senator James-I
Hyatt saw the possibilities f a suf
frage victory bo glimmering again.
Ho It waa trim introduce! the flErt
suffrage measure Into tho North
Carolina legislature 23 years ago.
Seyornl senate recalled in their
speeches today how the Hyatt meas
ure had been referred to tho com
mittco 'on Insane asylums of which
the author of the bill was chairman.
Senator Warren's movo followed
Immediately a trlhuto paid him by
Senator Scales, who, in summlng''up
CONT1NUKIJ ON PAI1B EI.BVK.S'.'"
Pre Comment Varied In Tltibjlu
Owr Stnleinrnt of Lloyd Ocorge
Cork Major Dcportctl,
DUBLIN, Aug. 17. Disappoint
ment Is varied In the press of Dublin
today at tho statement made by
Premier Lloyd Ueorgo In the house
of commons yesterday relative to
settlement of tho Irish question.
Tho discussion In tho nowspapers
center variously on the three stipu
lations specified by the premier as
a basis for consideration of a settle
ment; separate treatment for the six
counties of Northern Ulster; no se
cession of any part of Ireland from
the United Kingdom, and no agree
ment involving any detraction from
tho security 6f tho Ilrltlsh Isles, or
of their safety In case of (war.
COItK, Ireland, Aug. 17. Tcrreneo
MacSweeney, lord mayor of Cork,
was deported to Knglnnd this morn
ing aboard a destroyer, aftor having
been found guilty of sedition by court
martial yesterday, MacSweeney still
refused to eat.
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