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LIABILITY CHARACTER ENTERPRISE
OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER
VOL. XIV, NO. 333
U. S. SOVEREIGNTY
Promises There Will Not
Be a Substitute for
NATIONALISM IS STAND
Declares States Will Not Sac
rificc Nationality -in Any
Effort at Concord.
Laments Extravagance of the
Present Government; Talks
on H. C. of L. Campaign.
MARION, OJilo. Aug. 25. At the
close of a speech hero today on-nmny
issues ot tho campaign, , Senator
Harding turned from his audience
to two visiting soldiers, both blinded
in the Argonne, and solemnly made
n public pledge that "there never
shall bo a substitute (or tho Stars
and Stripes they Inst beheld,"
Agalnyt Chasing Phantom.
Tho personal touch, which brought
n momentary hush over tho gather
ing and then was echoed In a roar
ing avalanche ot cheering, followed
a broader promise to the worldithat
in Us effort for International concord
America would i never surrender its
nationality, and a suggestion that
it would bo better "to cultivate wait
ing opportunities In friendly soil of
the hew world than chase a phantom
nmld the onvtcs and rivalries of the
old." In thn speech tho republican
nominee also asked for governmental
and Individual economy as tho pri
mary step to reduce the cost of
living, declared for a policy of fed
eral maintenance of public high
ways and appealed to the new wom
en voters not to segregate thcrn
eclves In a new party bases on sex
prejudice. Tho democratic adminis
tration he.accused of "premeditated
neglect" im preparing for tho great
war and of tardiness In making pro
lslon for n return to a peace status.
Departing from his prepared
manuscript, he also paid n tribute
to Theodore Roosevelt anil declared
his conviction tjjat "were ho living
I would he speaking for him at this
moment ns your uindldato for presi
dent." .Score JCntrnviigance.
The greater part of tho speech,
which was delivered from tho front
jorch to a delegation from Wynn
dotto county, Ohio, was devoted to
government economy. Tho republi
can congress. Senator Harding said,
had saved nearly a billion dollars
fly paring' down democratic appro
prlatlon proposals and thus had ap
plied "the only available remedy"
toward a reduction in tho cost of
living. He said it would bo difficult
to suggest "any particular remedy"
for living costs, but, declared tho
government at least "should stop Its
extravagance as an cxamplo to in
Asserting that tho administration
rover could explain why It did not
preparo sooner for tho war, the can
didate charged administration offi
cials "knew wo could not escape in
volvement." "That neglect was premeditated,"
he continued, "and tho American
people who nro now forced to meet
the overwhelming costs of that
neglect havo a Just right to hold the
administration to account."
JURY HOLDS POSTAL CLERK
Charged Willi Stealing $(1,000 Pack,
ago of Currency from IJ. K. Mnlbt
CHICAGO, Aug. 25. Loltoy II,
Simmons of Chicago, a postofflco
clerk at Downer'a Grove, was held to
the grand Jury today, charged with
stealing J6.0&0 from tho malls.
The arrest followed Investiga
tion of tho disappearance OT tho
package of currency which was
mailed by tho Klrst National bank
of Downnr's Orovo to tho federal re
serve bank here August 2.
Mlncw ItcMimn Work,
TKRKK IIAUTB, Ind., Aug, 25.
Tenty-flve of tho 225 mines of the
Indiana coal field resumed work to
day, according to reports received
by loral officials
Farmer & Duran
special a Cents
SOS Palace Hide, I'hono 151
Anthrax Scare Exaggerated
"It's dlrtv politics!"
That U the manner In which city
officials characterised tho action of
tho dcmccriitlc cxclso board in cut
ting off more than 1111,000 from the
city's budget yesterday after a stren
uous fight had been trfade by tho city.
City offklalr declared last night that
this cut will necessltato' either a
reduction In forccn or a material cut
ting ot lalarlcs in tho police, engi
neering and auditing departments
of city government.
During the meeting, held at tho
county courthouse, It was apparent
that tho cxclso board, and particu
larly W. 1,. North, county commis
sioner; Lewis Cllne, county clerk;
A. Nlcoden us, nslstant county at
torney, Intended to provent any In
crease In salaries, and cut down
those that had already been In
creased. City Attorney Krank 13.
Duncan and Police Inspector CharlcH
V. Daley, tho former having been
given an Increase to 15,000 a year,
and tho latter fll(1tig a created office
In tho police department, were ap
parently only a part of those upon
whom tho excise board vented its au
thorlty. Tho board nt first decided
to reduco Duncan's salary, but later
changed Its mind.
City officials claim that under the
term of the churtcr tho city Is rn-
COX GETS READY
TO PROVE CHARGE
Promises to Cdnvict All
Republican Chiefs in
t Sea. - I
Plans to Leave Impression
That "Senate Oligarchy" Is
After the Presidency.
KVANSVILLE', Ind., Aug. 25,
Evidence of "a deliberate consnlracv
to buy the presidency" was promised
today by Governor Cox In addresses
rallying southern Indiana demoj.
racy, v Ampllf)lng his charges that
an enormous republican campaign
mnu was ocmg raisea, inc democra
tic presidential candidate declared
that In hli address tomnirmv nieht
at I'lttsburgh ho would produce evl-
uenco "regarding tho republican
leaders that convicts every mother's
son of them."
"When tho size of the cnmn.ilcn
fund is undersforHl," ho said, "tho
sensibilities of the peonlo will be
staggered. You know what my
charges have been. You know that
CONTINUED ON PAOK TKN
CIIICAOO, A lie. IS. The Chlcro Kve.
nine- Pout today announce,! that, beginning
Monday, Auc 10. I la price would t,e ad
vanced to 3 cente.
AUSTIN. Teiaa, Aue. !. The Teaae
rltroad enmmlialon late today granted the
application ot the American Hallway Ki.
preia company for an advance of 11
per cent In Intraatal eaprrea ratee.
1IKUI.1N, Auk. It. Order haa been re
eatabllahed In Kattowlis, Upper gtleata.
where recently there were claahea betweeA
the rival faettona, aecmdlnir ,to dlipatchea
recetted here today.
NKW YORK. Aug, II. John W. Davie
ambaaaador la Ureal Ilrttaln. accompanied
by Mre, Davie and hia daughter, frrlved
here today on the eteemahlti Olympic, to
pend twi) inonlba In the Unltcil Htalea.
MEXICO CITT. Aug. 26. All the
Americana kidnapped by Pedro Zamnra,
the bandit leader, at Cuale. Jall.ro. aat
week, have been releaaed, according to
reliable advlcea reeelved here from Guad
alajara, capital ot Jallaco.
KANSAS CITY. Aug. 21. Aletanrter
Ilowdlah, M yeara of age. ot Independence,
Kan., who worked aa a reporter on the
New York Tribune under Horace Oreeley,
Iled here laat night at the home o( Ma
daughter. He waa a pereonal friend of
WATEP.TOWN, N. Y, Aug. 25 An an
nouncement waa made today of the forma,
tlon of a law partnerahlp between Itobert
Lanalnff of Ihta city, former eecrelary
of atate. and l.eeler'if. Wuoliey. aollcltur
of the department when Mr. Ianlng waa
aecretary. Their offlcea will be In Well
OALVKBTON. Teiaa Aug. 21 Major
Jullue Dornfleld. Teuia national guard,
la to face trial here tonight before a
general court-martial, ehaged with viola
tion of the 13d article of wat ma reault
of an encounter laat Friday. In which
Major Dornfleld knocked down John
tleagan. local correepondf nt of the lloua
TOUT WORTH, Tel, Aug. 21. Half of
a hill waa blown away, the countryalde
rocked for mltea and one man waa killed
Itae yeitrrday at Mllteap, Teiaa, to mtlea
wrat of here, when a quantity or dyne
mite eiploded prematurely. The men
killed waa a driller and had Jult attached
a fuee to th' dynamite, lilt nime waa
n. U. I'attoa.
NO DISASTER APOSTLEJVICTORY IS COMPLETE
titled to a 10 mill levy. With yes
terday's cut the levy Is about 9 Vi.
Tho engineering department Is hit
hardent by tho cxclso board's ac
tlon, the cut In that department be
ing 110,000. Tho cut In the police
dcpurtimnl Is 15,000 nnd 111 the
auditing department 11,200.
"It Is inly too apparent whnt thn
excise board Is lining," declared O.
A, Stelner, commlHiloner of streets
and public property. "This republi
can city administration United out on
u const-ucilvo platform. Wo be
lieve we havo accomplished some
thing already. Hut It seems that wo
have accomplished too much for a
democratic excise board tn let con.
tlnue. So they take a stash at our
iiuiigiii anil thu reduce our
efficiency. Tho salarlra we are pay
ing now nr.- too small; thoy would
be too small even with a substantial
Increase. Yet tho excise board
doesn't want them Increased.
"Tho city of Tulsa pays between
60 and 70 per cent or tho county's
revenue fiir.it. Vol thn ,.11, ,.e n.,i.,..
Iii treated Ilko nn Incompetent and
a spenii-.nnii py mo exclso board,
This 115,00 Is a material item when
one considers thai In. vn ,,i
cut every department as low as It
TO SPECIFY PLAN
U. S. Asks for Statement
That Army Will Not
30,000 Fugitives Left of Host
That Swept Down on War
saw; 80,000 Captured.
WASIHNOTON. Aug. 25 roland
has been formally requested by the
United States government to issue
to tun world a declaration of ItH In
tention to nbstaln from any terrl
torial ngrcrelon against Uussla.
Korm-il announcement (hat a com
munication embodying such a re
quest hid been forwarded' to tho
Warsaw government was msde today
by the s'ate department In tho fol
"It was admitted at the state de.
partment today that a communica
tion had been sent to tho l'ollsh
government August 21 expressing
tho hope that tho l'ollsh government
would find it ngreeablu to issuo a
declaration of l!H Intention to ab
stain from any territorial aggres
sion against Itussla and elating Its
purpose to remain within the boun
dories Indicated by the peace con
ference, pending an agreement us to
lt eastern fiontler."
That representations of somo sort
havo been made to I'oland regarding
tho continuation of her counter
stroke nifalnst the soviet forces be
yond ner natural frontiers was mailt)
known by officials early In (he week.
lly The Aaeorlaled l'reaa,
PAULS, Aug. 25. The destruction
of tho bnlshevlkl armies now may
bo conslJereil complete, according to
advices received here. Of the host
which swept down on Warsaw noth
ing Is left but 30,000 fugitive. The
I'olcs have taken 80,000 prisoners
thUB far, but what Is moro Important,
they hay captured gnat quantities
of guns and materials.
Man mi llrltisli .Steamer, Susjiect In
Munlcr Case, Arresteil at Itlo
do Janeiro, K. Aiueiien.
Uy The Aaenelated l'reaa.
RIO I)K JANKIUO, Aug. 25.
When tho Ilrltish steamer Drydon ar
rived hero yesterday from New York
ono of the crew was placed under
arrest at the request of United
States authorities lie Is suspected
i. being Kngerio Icltoy, wanted by
tho-pillce of Detroit. Mich , In oon
nertlon with tho murder of Mrs
(Catherine I.ou Jackson, who Is said
to have been his wife and whose
mutilated body was found In an un
claimed trunk in a baggage ware
house In New York several weeks
Tho suspect Is confined In a cell
aboard tho vessel and Is guarded by
four maritime police. v
Dies at Ripe Aye of 91;
Leaves 91 Descendants
OLATIIK. Knn.. Aug. 25. W. J
AtterburV nhu Is dead her at the
nge'of 91 loft'91 Immediate descend
ants. The eight children. 37 grand
children, 4 I great grandchildren, nnd
two great-great grandchildren. Ills
widow alto survives.
TULSA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 2(5, 1920
NO RAIL HIKES
Tariff Within State Will
Remain Same, Corpora
tion Board Decides.
ACTION IS POSTPONED
Walker Leaves Capital j Final
Decision Soon; Masses of
Data Awaits Review.
ROADS HOPE FOR INCREASE
Attorney for Carriers Thinks
Commission Will Grant tho
Requests of Lines.
OKLAHOMA CITY, Aug, 25 Tho
public of the United States will
wako up tomorrow morning to re
call that Increases in railroad
rates went Into effect at mid
nlnht tonight. In arordance. with
permission recently granted to tho
railroads of the country by tho in
terstate commerce commlslon.
Hates within tho stato of Okla-
hnjna, however, will not bo changed.
it was indicated tomgnt ty mem
bers of tho stato corporation com
mission, who held a hearing Mnn-
dny on the application of railroads
operating In Oklahoma for increased
Intrastnto rates. Art Ia walker.
chairman of the commission, left
fpF Tlrlstow t'oiilght To prl-'sjdo 'afa
hearing tomorrow, and was not ex
pected to return to Oklahoma City
beforo Friday morning. Members
of (he commission said not decision
would be nnvunced until Mr.
Walker had returned.
"The mass of data presented by
tho railroads In their petition for the
Increase Is so voluminous that the
commission hns not been nblo to
examine all of It." Mr. Walker said
beforo leaving for llrlstow, "The
commission will announeo Its dselsloi!
ns soon ns possible. I cannot say,
however, when wo expect to finish
the case. We have been busy with
our attorney going over the data,
nnd wo do not Intend to announeo
the new rates until we have reached
our own Independent conclusions."
.1. It. Cnttlngham. the attorney
who represented tho railroads at
the hairing Monday, said tonlcht he
was not ready tn announce his plans
fn procedure should the commis
sion delay Its decision.
"I am going nn tho assumption
now that before Thursday night the
commission will give us the Increase
we ask," Mr. CottinKhom said. "I
hope they will nnd I havo nothing
tn say ns what will bo tho move of
the railroads If tfiey do not."
Next Wednesday, September 1, will
bo the first day after tho end of
the six months' period following the
telurn of thn railroads to private
ownership. The government act re
turning thn roads prohibited a re
duction of existing rates In the six
months' period, nnd it was suggest
ed today that the state corporation
commission did not have authority
to grant a new rate, different than
the Interstate rate, before Heptem
ber 1. without the consent of tho
Interstate commerro commission.
Unto Increases on Interstate traf
fic effective at midnight tonight nrc
20 per cent on passenger, 35 per
cent on freight and DO per cent on
Wife Called to Jail
COKK. Aug. 2E.---A message from
Ixird Mayor MncHwceney's sister
saying that Mr. MarSweeney had
collapsed this afternoon and that
his wife had been urgently summoned
to Hrlxton prison, I.onrton, where
ho Is on n hunger strike, was read
at a meeting of the Cork corpora
OKLAHOMA CITV, Aug 25.
Articles of Incorporation of the
alumni corporation of the Oklahoma
Aorlenlt'iral and Mechanlral rollege
of vtlllwater were filed with the oc.
letari of state today The officers.
Imima A Chnndler, C T I'eck. and
II 3 Otty. nil of Stillwater. No
Hiccouglis Five Days,
Indian Tactics Fail
to Ilelcivc Sufferer
- I'ONC'A CITV. Okla., Aug. 25.
Laramie. Cerre, a prominent I'onea
Indian, CO years old, Is In thn
I'onea City hospital dangerously
111 from hiccoughing, whlc,h startrd
last Saturday morning nnd has
contlucd unceasingly. Tho In
dian tried numerous tribal "Medi
cine Man" remedies, including
"Peyote." Hut all failed and they
reported the case to the author!-
Man Is Stabbed
in Hotel Fight;
Wnller Allen, said to bo n truck
driver, lies at tho brink of denth
In n local hospital, a deep knlfa
wound in h(s breast and pollen
am looking for Joo Miller, sus
pected of being his iissalliint, fol
lowing a fight last nlKht In tho
Qucen.Clty rooms, 108 South D(ij
trolt. believed tu hnc been start
ed through rival bids for the af.
fertlons of n woman, Hvelyn
ltogers, Allen Is not expected to
Tho fight oecured In Allen's
room, which adjoins tho room of
the ltogers unman. The knife
blade penetrated Allen's left lung,
barely missing the heart and se
vered two ribs. Tho lingers wo.
man declare (ho tlsiit did not
take place In the hotel but large
blood Mains In Allen's rqotn lead
officers to believe It was the sceno
of the affair. It Is thought that
Miller was Intoxicated at tho time
of tho fight.
Columbia Justice Refuses
to Issue New Order to
ANTI EFFORTS CEASE
No Further Attempt Is to Bo
Made to Prevent Certifi
cation, It Is Said.
U'AHItlMfTrnfs: Ann-. !!!!. Anil.
suffragn forces received unnther set
back touuy wnen justicn nuiaons oi
ll,i. Illalrlnt ,if l",! It m hi !, Hlltirelllf,
court refused to Issue a "show
cause" order against Hecretary of
cini. rv,iiiv i.rniimlnnri' In tbi Is
suance of an Injunction tu restrain
that orririai irom proclaiming win
19th amendment a law of thn land.
The order would hnve required Mr.
Colby to show cause why tho Injunc
tion should not bo issued. Thn
tlon wan brought by Charles H. Kalr
ebllds, an official of the American
fnnutltiillnnn! liwimm. on behalf of
himself and tho organization.
Vn, further ,.fl,,rt would me made
tn prevent the Issuance of the pro.
clamatlnn, Alfred I). Smith, attor
ney for nr. f oirciiiiiis, sum.
The official certification of Ten
nessee's latlflcation of the amend-
- n.,i.HU,1 in firrtlM, f mm
rnrili "'in -,i.' '
Nashville tonight, nnd Hecretary
Colby innicaien mat, ne mu iimm
the proclamation as soon ns he re
ceived flovernor Itoberts' certlflca
The campaign of tne nmi-suiirage
,...AU ,.,,.ui,i tint Itn directed nt an
effort to obtain enrly action in tho
trnit.i uint atinrpmn cot rt on the
question of the validity of thn Ten-
nceseo ratification. .ir, ennui an
nounced. 10 YEARS FOR OFFICER
Hill Clark of IlokiMlie, Tcnvn Mor
Mini. Scnlcnrctl on Clmrgo of
Killing Innocent Mali.
POTKAU OKLA.. Aug. 25. Hill
Clark, town marshal of Hoknsbo,
Leflore county, was found guilty
of manslaughter by a Jury In district
court hero last night and sentenced
to 10 yearn In the penitentiary.
He was charged with having shot
and killed 111 It Thomas, a citizen of
Ilokoshe. In a picture show In that
town eatly this spring, The evl
denco Indicated that Clark entered
the show looking for Kranlt Delanoy,
with whom hc had been having trou
ble. Knrounterlng Delaney Just In-
side tho door it fist fight developed
and Clark pull'd hU gun. Tho shot
which he ttHHTilleged to havo fired
at Delaney struck Thomas, who was
In the auClcncc, killing him almost
TllJtl. Auc C" Maiiffnin it, nlainun 60;
iouth ultiftn rlf
OKLAIiniH TbuMdii mnMt fill. Mfrnfi M
dijr Pftlj rlmitr. iwirilnf mibt unrttJfeJ
Arkansas inurtajr rj rnaijr carraur uv.
OKLAHOMA TIT. Al 25. aV.f. Aid
nu4df; ChwfsHh (vm1( n"ofcr fll 0tfktJi gonfl)
fwich. WinJet in plwi: Bletl mmttrj BfMr.t
mil-Mr j rtWottb v, OitvAt gnni; Chifkattu nod;
(InrUiu, tooth. (1 In too fair, Mi1f Iq plan; fMc
Cltr. Kaa . roufh tn pi". U,rint ti Dunrati
rntifb. tuvwt In riarn: k my fair; Td M
fv.l; nM rM'ih rVwfaula fair, trih In flam,
itr; Ytfortl in r'iri, (rf rwiih, fjtithrj fitr;
HaMlnci ttmt, K'IVnfllU fair, fwjh In plarti;
llufi innrl, llfdro vM; MU I'M, much In plim,
KlnffUl.tT rwirh, muAi tn tUm; .att fair, Ut
rwch, Uftlniif twih; kllam) miMr. irmiit rwin:
N'rvUn, Kan Mh, fihlahnma fitr fair rmigh 14
llari: Pmr rnh roon lit nwj
irat, VvrrrU v4 Rrn iM Itapulpa fotniif L'rImi
rjt; I'vM Waurlka fair U kbit a, Ma, fa!,
T(4ar'l Ittil Crtita.
Mont rlub lonrhnxi, T W, r A. rifetnla. 1J;15.
Tul arwlitlon tf lenrrrajrlnf a rut l. luorhfifi ind
last lnrpfilon, ffntrrn timm conpaoy a4 Wrj
Hj Trap cttw.a. Ji 'tU- ,
Farmera Dispel Fcara;
Danger Here Small
MILK SUPPLY IMMUNE
Declare Disease Cannot be
Transmitted via City's
Dairy Herd Cows
SERUM GIVEN PATIENT
Men Afflicted with Malady
Get Treatment Hurried
Here from East
OKIMIIOMA t'lTV. Aug, 3G, No
additional rases of anthrax attacking
persons were reported to tho stain
health department today, l)r, A. It,
Lewie, health commissioner, said to
night. Tltnt anthrax In Tulsa county ex
ists principally In thn minds of a few
ex'ltalilo people and In tho columns
of nn afternoon newspaper, was the
consensus of opinion expressed nt n
meeting of the County Farmers' Co
opernllVf nSfucUtlou nt tbe court
house last night. That a number of
cases have appeared In tho county
they do not dt-ny, but narcful Invus.
tlgatlon nn the part iX county and
state officials, thoy state, shows tho
number of deallm among cattle, to
have been greatly cxaKRerntrd. and
that comparatively a small number
oi ipesii iu nave ueen uuo to an
Jfn Danger In 3111k,
Pr. C. H. Hummerii, city health of.
ncer, maun ine Kiatnmcnt ror pub
lication thnt, tn his opinion, thorn is
practically no danger of the disease
being transmitted to tho peoplu of
the cltv through thn uso of milk. In
order for anthrax germs to get Into
the milk, lis sayi, theyuust first net
Into the row'a blood stream. Hut
within an hour or so after thn germs
f:et Into the blood stream thn cow
iccomcii violently ill and cannot bo
milked, I)r Hummerii stated that he
had several calls from neonln who
were repotted III with anthrax, but
Hint investigation found tho. report
(Vxlilcbnrrs Killed One,
1'ew cflses, they nssert, have oc
curred pear Tulsi, and the one most
talked of they nro convinced ,1s not
anthrax at all. T. It. Cjulnn, llvlnn
flvo and one-half miles northeast ot
town lost three cowh from .what was
supposed by some to bo anthrax
Qtiinn had these cows on n stubble
field, when) he later dlsedVircd
grein cocklebiirrri which, It Is claimed
will kill cattle, Iletoro hu sus
pected anthrax, Qnlnn skinned tho
first carcaiM, without using gloves of
any sort and blood from tho dead
unlmnl ramn In contact with an open
cut on his hand. Ho received no In
John H. Mnlone, county farm agent,
It wan stated, made a caieful survey
of conditions in the vicinity of Col
llnsvlllc, where thn dlseaie first mudc
Its appearance In thn county. It Is
clnlmed that the total number cf
cattle lost there tiiimhcYcd 77 head,
of which if, or IX could not bo at
tributed to anthrax.
Thn nelchborhmid of C'olllnsvllle.
they pointed nut, is tho only plaen in
which conditions havn (hit reached
an alarming state. Tho spread of the
disease thero was attributed to the
Improper disposition of carcasses bo-
CONTINtir.I) O.V I'AIIIJ TKN
Ten Masked Men Take
15 Barrels of Booze
i r a ri iiruiutiri ni i a.. or
Te n men, ull armed und wearing
n .i, u 1...1.1 .,i,.i, ,.inhni.
litiunn, m, , , iiiHii, mi,,... ,.iv,,
at tho an Arzdell distillery, nine
nines norm or iiarrnusiiurg eariy
l,.,l,. mll.l 1 R La.,,1. r.t u,tiliU
out of tho warehouse to a waiting
truck and sped away. The trunk
was traced to this city where the
trail was loft. ,
Hank Credit Checked.
WA 811 1 NOTON, Aug. 2I. Hvl
denco of a turning of tho tide of ex
pansion was given tonight by tho
federnl reserve board In a statement
which declared that "further ex
pansion of bank credit apparently
has been checked."
Boston Rum Traffic
Gets Setback When
Officers Get Booze
HOKTON. Aug. 2C Hum run
nlng between New York and this
city, which bus been reported to
be artlvn on road, rail and water
routes, received a check today
when tederul prohibition agents
arrested five porters of the Metro
politan lines steamer Oalvln Aus.
tin as they stepped ashore with 17
suit cases of whiskey. The liquor
was said to bo valued at 13,500.
Tho men were taken before a fed
eral commissioner for arraign-mcnL
Teddy Roosevelt, Jr.
Will Speak in Tulsa
Tho first descendant of thn famous
fighter, statesman und patriot, Thco.
dure Hoosevelt, Jr , Is to ho thn guest
of Tulsa on the night of Heptember I,
when hu "makes" this city on a
speaking tour In support ot the na
tional and state rnpuiincnn tickets.
"TEDDY" TO MAKE
SPEECH IN TULSA
Eldest Son of Late Fa
mous Colonel Talks at
ROBBINS ALSO APPEARS
Prominent Writer nnd Speak
er to Accompany Roosevelt
in VlUt Hero on Sept. 8.
lTttA,ii1nrii ItrwiHAVtilt. fr.. nn.l Tlnv-
'lntniil HnhbliiB will swing Into .Okla
homa Heptenibor 8 for tho purpose
1.1 delivering campaign speeches In
behalf of tho republican national
ticket and the stato republican ticket
Tho first stop will be at Vlnlta,
whero nn the morning of thn Xth,
b.ith will deliver addresses. From
there they wlK romn to Tulsa nnd
will speak In convention hall nt 8
o'cli)"k In thv evening. Judgo J. W,
H.irreld, republican candidate for
tho United Ktates senate, wilt ap
pear with them here, nnd will for
mally open his campaign In tho first
district nt that time.
Trildy'ri ICIdest Son,
As is well known, Theodore Hoosn
veil, Jr., Is the eldest son of tho late
cx-l'resldent Hoosovolt, I(ti served
during the entire world war and dis
tinguished himself in various actions
on thn buttle front, After tho war
was ended ho rctlied from the army
and announced his Intention of do.
voting his Utile to politics nnd pub
itaymimd Ilobblns was a promi
nent figure In Ihu old bull moosa
movement during 1012-13, lie Is a
writer and speaker of national repu
tation, spent several months In litis.
sla a rt representative cf tho Amer
ican government durlnif thn early
days of the lice of tho bolshnvlkl
Young Itonsnvelt was ono of thn
principal figures In tho organization
of the American legion. It was he
who declared the slogan of tho organization-
"To sen how much we
run put Into government not how
much wo can get out of It,"
WOMEN FOR G. 0. P.
I'mlil l'nrili Campaign Series Do
tcloplng as I 'ml Among I'nlr Hex
Wlio Klipport llarillllK-CoollilKO.
SBW YOHK, Aug. 25. A new
"frihit porch" campaign among
wnmon of tho republican party,
which wus Inaugurated In tho middle
west several weeks ago, haa spread
to the eastern stales and promises
to become tho rag" among women")
politicians, according to announce
ment at republican national head-
(uartcrH today, following a meeting
of women party leaders,
The plan as explained by the orig
inator, .Mrs. Manley L, Kueween, na
tional commltteewnmitn of Minne
sota, Is for a woman to hold a po
litical meeting on her frunt porch
with five-minute speeches for Hard-'
ing ana uoulldgc. Afterward the
hoslcris nnd all of her guests may dis
play a special Harding nnd Coolldcu
banner In their windows. Tiio sys
tem Is an endletM chain, Mrs. Kosseen
Hald, and has spread rapidly through
Prepare for '. O. 1'. .Meet.
OKLAHOMA CITY, Aug. 25,
Jame A Harris of Wagoner, repub.
llcan stato chairman. Is expected
hero today to tako charge ot final
preparations for thn party conven
tion to bo held hero Saturday, John
I). Apploby, secretary of tho Mate
committee, suld tonight.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
SHIP TO GUARD
Officials Concerned Over
UNREST IS POLITICAL
Various Factions in Honduras
and Guatemala May Bring
on Serious Trouble. .
IMPOSSIBLE TO STOP WAR
Representative of Party In
volved Telia Officials
WASHINGTON, Auff. S5,An
nouncement today that the nunbot
Hacramcntn lias been ordered tn La
Cetba, Honduras, ready td protect
Amoilcin Interest, if necessary, tu
venlod that officials hero havo been
walc'lilng with growing concern de
veloping revolutionary movement In
Mvoral Central American countries.
Whllo the situation In each repub.
Ho U local, political unrest In Guat
emala as well as Honduras Is known
to bo viewed hore aa serious. In
tnrwoven as It seems to he in each
country with the so-called unionist
movement in all Control American
republics, said to havo had it origin
In Mexico during the presidency of
Carrania nnd which contemplated
a federation ot nil Latin-American
'Jo l'mleet Americans.
Advlcea of both official nnd priv
ate character from Central American
cltlcH havo indicated this unrest fdr
some weeks. No comment was made
by stato department officials, how
ever, beyond tho explanation that
tho iSacramenta had been ordered to
La Celtui ns a precautionary mens,
tiro to protect Americans nd their
Interest In the event of revolutionary
outbreaks. Jho vessel was duo at
he,r nMv station today, having sailed
front Costa Illcan waters.
A strong oppontlon party has
though the country Is described as n
Lopez nulterrc succeeded In over
throwing the. government a year
ngo and was elected president
Charges wero then mnilo that his
election, had been forced by the
army in controlling tho polls,
IteMtlullon Cert n I n.
An agtjit of tho opposition party
was In Washington recently to as
certain thn attltiulo or tho fulled
States. Ho said it would bo im
possible to avert for many month
a revolution against Oulterrnz.
Tho situation in Guatemala was
said today to bo nlmost as serious,
according to private advices. The
church party, which controls tho
government under I'rcsldcnt Hnrrera,
lace a powerful opposition in tho
At the tlmn of the overthrow of
nsetcrda Caberrera arms and muni
tions wero secretly distributed among
the peons nnd workmen nnd are
still In their hands. It Is said.
In Guatemala, the church party Is
accused of using tho unionist move
ment as a. blind while the liberals
are openly favorable to It, In Hon
duras, President nultfrrca charg
ed with opposing 'the movement, al
arisen In Honduras since Oennral
stronghold of unionist (entimant,
In Nicaragua', whnrn election trouble
Is reported to havo broken out. tha
government, is said to be hostile to
thn unionist movement, which haa
strong popular sunnort. Halvn.inr
and Ctvtn Itlca nro adherent!) of tho
WATKINS ATTACKS HARDING
Prohibition Ciiiitllilatu Kiiis ho .n:1
in mm M iuiioi- hupgr(ei( Ilrys
CHICAGO, Aug, 25. Prohibition
national headquarters hero tonight
Issued a statement bv Aaron H w.i.
Jlns, prohibition nomlneo for presle.
,t,.,.n,i,M irwira oi Dona
tor Harding on tho wet nmi hpv
Mr, wutkltis declares ho Is unabta
to find nn Instinro of Senator Hard
ing voting for tho drya, und cites
figures designed to show that tho
repuuuean nominee voted with tho
wets on 30 occasions and waa "ab
sent or dodged 1,183 roll calls and
HeTt-confldence Inspired confidence
In others. Tho worker who lacks It,
and who advertised timidly nnd in
tcrmlt'lngly, rarely wins,
"I'lndlng a position" Is tho urgent
task of muny men und women' --aft
tho tllne. Classified advertising of
fers co-operation that wins.
If you are In need of a position of
any kind, coino In and tnlk to our
Classified Dept and they will show
you how to obtain n position, Como