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TULSA, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1920
PRICE 5 CENTS.
Refuses to Deviate From
Solid Opposition to
KNOX VISITS SENATOR
Under in Treaty Fight Con
fers With Nominee About
; U. S. Foreign Policy.
SEES REPUBLICAN VICTORY
Bjrs Wilson's Policies Will
Be Rcpudintcd in Elec- .
ton in November.
MA It ION", Ohio, Sopt. 2. Dividing
Ml time between work and pray, Scrw
utor Harding today mado two front
porch speech, held several polltl
rl conference)! on Jssues and cam
jialxn manacemrnt mid then went to
mo a baseball game played ni nn cs.
pedal compliment toi his enthusiasm
r i fin.
The Chicago Cuba, brought here
iy their owners to glvo tlio nominee
his first gllmpso this Reason of n
major league elub, wuro matched
airalr.st an Improvised Marion team
In an exhibition that rcultod In a 3
to 1 victory for thn visitors. Senator
Jlardln pitched tho first llircc balls
6croa the plate and during the game
he and Mrs Harding rooted with
several thousand of their neighbors
for the homo team.
f TalkH TJIiiniond Tongue
One of the nominee's speeches, de
livered earlier In tho day, was to the
Cub team which marched In a body
lo his front porch nntl presented lt
compliments through President
Veeck as spokesman. In a reply
phrased In tho languaco of the dia
mond Senator Harding declared his
hope In the campaign wns to devolop
team work among tho American peo
ple so tho nation would still fly
Jirotidly "the pennant won at home
nd held respected throughout tho
The other address was to adclegh
Mprcsonting various teachers' or
nnlza'.lons and waln ndvoency of a
fcttter compensation for tho teaching
)rofeslon. Ho declined, however, to
acredo to a request mado by hH
rallcrs that ho endorso the Smtth
Towner Mil providing for a federal
department of education and largor
federa participation In EChool fi
nancing i Knot n Visitor
Senator Philander C. Knox of
Pennsylvania, former secretary of
rtate .nd a leader among the Irro
tondlanles of tho senate during the
treaty fight, wni ono of thoso with
Worn the nominee conferred today.
The country's foreign policy and par
tlcularly the proposal of Senator
1'irdlrj; for a new association of na
t.on was thn subject of their talk,
CONTINt'KO ON PAOH EIOUT
HALT SHIPPING BOARD
Injunction Will Prevent lxircclosuro
el a.Vtmo.min Mergo nn riant of
i I'in.y nnd Jones In Dclnwaro
WASHINGTON, Sept 2. An In
junction restraining tho Shipping
pjrd from foreclosing a J5.000.000
rl-ve on the plant of tho Pussy and
nes company. Wilmington, Del.,
M granted teday by Jutlce Slddons
' the UistrJct of Columbia supremo
"utt. The action was Instltutod
to pivc ttio company opportunity
J? "He sutt against tho board with
ituC6Urt 01 c!nhn 1" connection
Mn ruiifile ninth, n.l.lnn i, nt
Jh commandeering of, tho plant by.
jj "I. W1B uuturOHK IH
The imlngton shipbuilders had
vessels in Btoci wnen ti,B ynr(i
: "ktn over nnd .furnished funds
w compieto tlyao. the shipping
w advanced $6,000,0000 and
"!0 a mortgage on tho property.
th . ""'mso contained a proviso
it cnUid i,0 pa)Q out o awarjs
cmpe.vion from tho govern-
ndhin ?orson wn ls abI t0 WOrk'
,ri, ' " worn, may una tno
tn rt P rt " y quickly through
lUt.van. cnrt t0 thtt' delay In rent
thro,,.! h,0UM or apartment
jroupl, getting your messages to
"' readers of the classified.
u5.Vcr?: .useful thing should bo
lad. .c" ,hllt UBCll artlclo to some
nccas It through the
CU OiaBB 0000 today.
On Proposal to
LONDON, Sept 2 Tho condl
tlon of Lord Mayer MacSwiney
was nnnntinced late totilclit nt
HrlUon prlnon, na without change.
Ho was said to bo extremely weak.
BOSTON. Sopt- 2. Tho loyal
coalition of which Uuinarcnl Lloyd
Is president, today sent to Sccre
tary of Htato Colby a telegraphic
protest iiRnln.1t Intercession In tho
caso of Tercnco MnrHwInoy, lord
mnvor of Cork, who Is on a hunger
strlkn In nn English Jail.
"Tho starvation from which ho Is
suffering Is self-Influenced, Tho
case Is not In any sense a proper
concern of tho government of tho
Fnltofl State," tho protest said.
Thn loyal coalition, which has Its
headquarters horc, wns oganlzcd
six months ngo, Its membership
Is limited to American citizen. Its
principal activities slnco organiza
tion have been in opposition to tho
Sinn Fein .movement.
HANGING NO ACT
' OF CITIZENSHIP
Munroe Thinks Mob Heads
Were Nida Associates
Irresponsible Tulsa Elements
to Blame for Bolton's End
Lasf Saturday Night.
Outlaw and Irresponsible elements
of Tulsa wcro responslblo for the
lynching of Roy nelton and no citi
zens of standing wcro Involved in
tho proceeding so far as evldcnco In
tho hands of stato nnd cdunty inves
tlgators now shows, County Attorney
Monroo stated last night.
"Our investigations dlsprovo tho
claims that his act was ono of out
raged citizenry," Monroo said. "Thn
instigators and perpetrators of this
act will bo found to bo chiefly con
sorts and associates of tho murdered
Nlda: and thfjcrlmo nn act of out
law reprisal for tho death of one
numbered In their clan."
Monroo at the samo time appealed
to tho "responslblo citizenry of
Tulsa" to cooperate with tho court
of inquiry and grand jury which will
seelt to bring tho ringleaders .to
"Tho success of tills Investigation
rests today upon tho measure of
clvlo cooperation that Tulsa's law
nbldliy: men nnd women lend us.
With tho present temper of tho pub
lic convictions will be almost Im
possible to obtain. I rcallzn that at
tho present moment, this Investiga
tion Is not popular; but It ls demand
ed by the law and Is being prosecuted
In the truo Interests of tho com
munity." Wire Flashes
WAfmiNdTON, "Pt. . !. SMretr
Daniel annnUllreit toilaj-h bad acceptiM
an Invlfatlnn ot the Marlon fnnnty I.bor
ity ronnnltlen to make an flilrc Mon
day at IndUnaiiolli. .
T AN8AH MTY. Kpt. 1. The nett an
nual meeting of the Amerlrnn Indrrendent
Petrolnom rtlRtlnn will b held In
Knn City. Mrjrrh II to 15, 1S.JI.
PATHS, Fept. t. Ctermany h aereptfd
Ihe French demands eonoernlnc the Inel
denta at Hrenlau, which Innlu'ed an at
tack by a Oerruan mob on th French
consulato at that place.
TOUT WOnTlf, Teia, Fept J The
Ouarunty State bank at riraham, Teiaa,
wn robbed Ihla afternoon at 2 30 or
three unnineked men, who toured $10,000
In currency and eacaped.
CIlICAriO. RoYt I The elty of Chl
faRn today requested (Jovernot Iiwden
to call a peelat iealon of the eta t a leKli
latnre to pa la slvln- tho municipal
authorities 'power to check profiteering
BT. 30flt;Plt. Mo, Bept. I nobbers
broke Into the county courlhousn last
nlnht, turned the enmblnsllon on the
eault In the sheriffs Office and slule
13.100 In Liberty bonds, the properly tl
William II. KUebe, chffN'Uiyw
" WASIUNOTOrf. KPl. -"'"' ,h
naval ordnani plant at Unjrlon. Oh o, to
John O. Moore of Dayton, for IHM00
was ann6unced today by the nary de
partment The plant w (urease by trie
navy durlnic the wr for the manufacture
ot fire control Instruments.
WASIIINOTON, Sept. 8 The wer de
partment Issued an order today permlltlnc
men of the regular army, Inrludlnn those
In Germany, from New, York state, to
reelster for and cast their ballots In the
election In November, nenulatlons snd
Instructions are tu bo supplied by the
DKNVl.1t. Sept. !. Cant, James Jeml
son. It, engineers corps. V S. A , dropped
dead while at J'.verareen. a mountain
plessure resort, with a parly ef 10 nurses
and officers .from FUMlrnmons army hos.
Pltal Isst nltht. Veath was ascribed to
natural csuiis. Jemlson's home was In
ddhdcdc nn AV 1
Senate Fund Committee
Adjoqrns to Meet Tues
day of Next Week.
CALL MORE WITNESSES
Six Republican Leaders Aro
Summoned; Some Sub
poncnas Arc Secret.
PITTSBRUGH PLAN HOLDS
Investigation Will Extend to
Charge That Liquor Men
Work for Democrats.
Political Moral3 Seen
Jill RccdyOttd Poindcxlcr
CHICAOO, Sept. 2. Senators
Hood and Poindexter havo agreed
that there had been some moral
Improvement In politics lit tho last
eight years, tho former assigning
iuf tho reason that Iho "courta
havo boon In action in Homo
"Would you regard thn oxlstonco
of a campaign fund of J15.000.000
as a monaco?" asked. Senator
"I would," said tho wltneeis and
added thai a fund of 5,000,000
would bo "an abuse."
CHICAGO, Sept. r. Democratic
wltneiMCfl today wcro unablo to pre
sent to the scnato committee investi
gating campaign expenditures tho
data on which Governor James M.
Cox based hls'chargew ot a $16,000,
nni, .An.tt.iifnn nnmftiilim fund, be
cause of tho adjournment! of tho com-
mltteo until next Tucsauy.
At tho requot of Senators Heed
ami Pomcrcnu, the democratic meni
bcrl Chairman Kenyon tonlghtls
sued a list of subpocives for wltne
ses, chief ot whom Is Hdmond H.
Mooro of Youngstown, Ohio, Oovor
nor Cox's personal representative.
Mr. Mooro waa here today for tho
announced purposo of presenting to
tho commltteo nil tho data In Gover
nor Co-'s hands regarding campaign
expcndlutres, but ho was not called
during tho brief session of tho com
mittee. Poincrcno Kors Cot.
Sovcrnl of tho subpoenaes iraucd
were withheld from publication at
tho rcquceit ot Senators Hcod and
Pomerene, the latter of whom re
turned to Chicago this morning from
Columbus, wher lio held a confor
enco with Governor Cox und Mr.
Among thoso mado public wtro six
republican leaders, including Hnrry
M. Iilalr of Marlon, Ohio, nsslstnnt
to Krod W. I'pham, republican na
tional trcaturor. Tho other flvo aro
Dudley S. IlIos.iom, Clovcland; Gar
rett Kinney, Chicago Walter S. Dlck-
CONTINUKD ON PACK 1IIOUT
TAKE BANDIT SUSPECTS
Tlirro Men Arivstcil at .loplln on
Suspb'lan of tho Sulphur SprlngH
HoIiImtj ; Curried Over $1,3000.
JOPIN. MO Sept. 2. Throo
young men whom tho authorities
say wero Involved In tho robbery
yesterday ot tho fltato bank of
Sulphur Springs, Ark., avcru arrest
ed Ifero tonight after a running
fight with pollco. Two rrcn sus
pected ot complicity In tho robbery
wero arrested In Anderson, Mo., lust
Tho men captured hero walked
Into Joplln and wero roconjilzed by
two patrolmen off duty nsTtnswjr
Ing tho description of thoso who parr
tlclpated In the robbery.
According to report moro than
(1,300 was found In tho pnsscssl6n
of tho men, who gave their nges as
ranging from 20 to 35 years. Tho
robbery netted tljn mn implicated
nbout 12,750, according to word re
ceived by the authorities from Sul
Oklahoma Breaks Record
For 1-Month Oil Output
WASHINGTON, D. C, Sopt. 2.
Oklahoma continued to. increase Its
lead as the principal oil producing
state, Jn July, the geological survey
Oklahoma's peittuctlon In July
was 0 287,000 barrels, tho largest
amount over taken out by any lunto
Jn a slnglo month. California con
tinned in second piacu but Tuxig by
producing moro than 8,000,000
n.-urelH was pressing tho Golden
Sees Danger, Declines
to Bind Herself to
INEQUALITY IS CITED
Not Fair to Hold One Op
ponent, nnd Not Another,
Note to U. S. Says.
WAHHINOTON, Sopt. 2. -Poland;
1ms declined to Jcnpardlzo her mili
tary operations against tho bol
shavlkl by binding herself to regard,
tho artificial' bound'irles" laid down
nt tho penco ctinfcrvm o.
Replying to Secroti.ry Colby's sug
gestion that Poland remain within
tho limits specified by thn peaco
conference, tho Pollnii goviirnment
states Its position na follov&:
llmnulnrlcM ' Unfair."
".VotHllliMniHlltig llui Hyniui.
tliotlo iitlltndc of our iillbf,, tho
l'ollfli mil Ion Intel lo fiioj tho
tlaiigcr iilouo, mill iKilltlt'iil cmuiia
prtnttl I lint It must In tho firt
pliictt lily upon Ha own inllllnry
strength. If inllllnry oix-rnllniii
ncocNslttrl tho iniMsurcM to pre
sent a micMril liniilnn tif Po
laml, It itiutil linnlly tx: consldcri-il
fnlr that urtirii'lnl iKiiinilnrliw that
do not bind ono opponent should
lntorWi Mlth th military op
mttloiLs of tho other."
Tho text of the correspondence be
tween tho American and Polish
governments relative to tho Poltsh
ItUHsian situation, was' mnrto public
tonight at tho staU- department.
It consisted of a inessago ad
dressed to President Wilson by
Premier Wltos of Pi. land, a nolo by
Secretary Colby under ilatn of Au
gust 21 and two replies from the
Polish government, one undor date
of August 28 nnd tue outer au
Tho general nattire of tho cor
resnondencn had become known
previous tn its being mado public
tonight, and stnto department of
ficials yesterday characterized , thn
Polish noto as entirely Bausiuo
tory." Tho mcssngn of Premier Wltos to
Prrfldent Wilson wns mndo public
by tho Polish government nt "the
tlmo It was Bent. Ki-cretnry Colby
In acknowledging took occasion to
rail attention to tho recent noto ot
the Amerlcnn government to tho
Italian governmen expressing the
belief that tho territorial Integrity
CO.NTINUKD ON PAUB TUN
Corporation Commission Hx.mtIm to
Hiiicli AkitciiiciiI on Intmstiito
. ltatu 11 IKo Tlili Afternoon.
Associated Press Mlale Wire.
OIO.AHOMA CITY, Sopt. 2. An
nouncement by tho statu corpora
tion cnmmlslon ot its doclslon on the
application of railroads operntlng
in Oklahoma for lncrcastd Intra
state rates, ospectnd trrbo mado lute
this nftcrnorm was poatponed.
Art I.. Walker, chairman of tho
commission, said tonight tho decis
ion probably would be given out to
morrow afternoon. Failure of all
members of tho commUslon to ngreo
on question affecting tho doclslon
nns given an the reason for the post
ponement. Tho Increases, If granted, would
be 20 per cent for passongor service,
35 per cent for freight nnd 50 per
cent for Pullman the samo ns
granted filr Interstate service.
GRANT HO WAT MORE TIME,lmbml and clyll action aJInvolv
"Millions of dollars," dvpurtfhent of-
Mlner l'nlnn Ilr.nl Preparing App-al
To P. S. Supremo Court
TOPKKA. Kan.. Sept. 2. Tho
supremo court today granted Alex
ander Howat, Dresldent of the Knn
aB miners' union, u ten-day stay of
execution In his contempt of court
cases to iillow him to prepare an ap
peal t tne United States supreme
court In ease Iho appeal Is not
completed In Hint time. It ws r.i
nouneed, j.ic'.ge A. C Curran of
Crawf'Hd i-outitv then may enfme,.
his decree ordering llowat nnd otIAr
union officials tn ill for refusal to
respond to .-ubpoenne ordering them
to appear as ultnesse before the
court of Industrial lelatlnns.
Tl'Ut. fept i- Mailawm 33, minimum 19:
Mull) atedi; eleir
OKUHAUs' t'rMsy ii4 SiioMi ifoll fair
AllKANsAM riUtr siKl BsluOK illir tiU.
OWHIIOMt tin. Sept- S TwUl'l hltiay
bullHla of the U l.ucsu niulnM Uii fsl
lo.lni rontmoiis of Oilib-HM ntii: lil lllte
tkml sul aot rnulel lo l fo'lo.rd
N.irth: Oklilwms City. mol7. Outhrle, rytl
KlritlJirr, ai.l, rrrrr. .i..' rones (It, muddr;
Dlsrkeell. nwMr; .Nnklrk, sl Air HlrhlU. Kfli ,
mullJr Nrston. Km.. flr Nurtlrf.il Basalts,
nod; rinelsad, BikHir, IUm. lowl rsill I'hw
ah, eiwllwu; PnUsu, I "I '"'I ynrl Bll
Ark. rnoxb tn plina Kmdhtajl ahssnnr, rnudtf l
IMdraiUle. Urtr. MrAleje: muiij, VMiUr,ll
Iwiinl. rl. Hi. Iiml lldal. mi4Sr. Seuia
ranis Vli-r niiiilly. Huctis m'ilj, lliulni, vl,
rmjlh tn plseti Wsurl s rate II) in, mj.ltr Wilts.
.if riihkuha. sui'Mr AlKarke. mu.Hy, AIUU,
ftlrl UsUai, filr, ulinUr rr.(li reitrrirk, fair
Tnlir'l iMil titall.
rj enmmlsilnefn' iMttlni, l till. 10 o'elmk.
(tumlf of rrrfnmTni dlrrvUTI hUKkeoo. Y. W.
C A- caftterm 13:13.
DEMANDS IN PAY
Oklahoma Coal Operators
at McAlester Asked
for $1.50 Hike.
SIGN UP FOR 4 STATES
But Kansas City Agreement
Not to Affect Oklahomans,
Head of Operators Says.
ANTHRACITE MEN SIGNED
Two Year Contract Entered
at Scranton, Pa.; Embodies
Spsclal to The Wprld.
M'AIjKHTKH Okls., Sept 2 Coal
operntnrs of the. Oklahoma Coal Op
erators nsoclntlon In aerlon here
today were officially notified of tho
ili'innnds of the miners ns adopted
by tin, commute from district 14,
21 und 25 nn follows: "Thnt pay for
all day nnd monthly men bo ad
vanced 10 cents per ton for pick and
machine mined coal, It and 2-3
cents per ton whore the proportion
mc rate ling Bonn recognized In nasi
agreements nnd thnt ponalty shall bo
roiiectca until decision Is rendered ns
provided by interstato agreement nn,i
that ftwiinl. bo retroactive to August
10. 1920." Thn matter wii taken
under advisement and decision will
he announced within a tew days, ac
cording to the operators.
The agreement affects 15,000
miners In Oklahoma, Kansas. Mis
sourl, and Arkansas). There nro ap
proximately sr,oau minors in the
KANSAB CITY, Sopt. 2. An In
crease of 11.60 a day to day and
month laborers In Kansas, Missouri,
Oklahoma and Arknnsan coal mines,
was nllnwcd In nn agreement signed
lioro todny by miners and operators.
OKLAHOMA CITY, Bept. 2, Tho
waco Increase agreed upon by a
commltteo of coal operntnrs and
miners In Kansas City today, ap
plying to miner In Missouri, Kansas,
Oklahoma nrrd Arkansas, does nut
ply (o the Oklahoma men, Dorsal
Carter, pics,ldeiit of the Oklahoma
Coal Operators asspclutlon, declared
Tho miners' demnnds will be pre
senteil to tho Oklahoma operators
at a meeting nt McAlester' next Wed
ncsday. Carter said.
Cartur wild tho agreement did nr.t
apply to Oklahoma because jUktt
homo operators were not renresotitsd
nt tho Kansas City meeting. It had
CONTINUED ON PAOR TI!N
TO SUE CONTRACTORS
Department of Jtixtlon Orders Tho
proHceiillon of Comma Holders
To Mnko Clean Hindi.
DC "I he Associated Press. V
WASHI-NGTON. Sept, 2 Prose
cutlon of 321 contractors, marking
the beginning of a move by tho gov
ernment to clean up Its war con-
irnoi controversies nns, noon or-
hnj hoen or
(dcred by the department lot Justice
The nrncecdlnir.i will iniSudo both
flclals said today.
Prat'tlenUy all of! thn rases em
braced by tho prosootlon order
wero turned over by the war depart
ment. but thero wero Indications
that similar oiees would bo received
from other departinerm of tho gov
ernment. Tho shipping board Is
understood to bo planning to ro
qutst criminal prosecution n half
a dozen cases In addition to thoso
ulrondy In the hand of the uttOHiey
'.'be Includo ngreements for the
furnishing of supplies of nearly
every commodity which tho govern
ment purchased for wnr purposes,
an well hs construction of camps,
ear.tcnments, warehouees and other
facilities for the training of 11,
Mexico's Land Moves
Onto Texas Side as
River Shifts Course
HIIOWNVILI.K, Texas, Sept. 2.
Approximately 100 acres of Mexi
can territory wns suddenly shitted
to tho American side of the Inter
national line last night when the
Hlo Grande, now nt flood stngn,
rut u new run ran In the lowlands
ten miles west of Ilrmvnvlllo and
tsjeft tho Tnhuachcl much on tho
river''" northern bank. I'mler an
agreement between the I'nlted
States and Mexico the land will
ayintlnuc under Mexican Jurlsdk
Hon It Is the largest shift hero
in twenty yean.
Artist Who Pictured Roosevelt
Produces Best Harding Likeness
" ' Senator Wnrrcii
This picture Is regarded as the best likeness of tho G. O. P, candldato
yet made, and will be used extensively In republican publicity during the
campaign, it is a reproduction or an ejcning ny n t;uir'igo artist, who timuu
similar pictured of Theodoro Jlnounvcll. Guneral Pershing. General l-'och
and other celebrities.
COX STARTS OUT
0N'4 WEEK TOUR
Leaves Columbus to Swing
"Around Circle" Over
COI.UMIWH. Ohio Sent. 2 Gov
ernor Cox loft' hero tonight on a
month's "swing around tho circle"
through tho wist.
In .Michigan tomorrow the demo
cratic presidential candldato starts
his speaking trip -the most exten
sive political tour undertaken slnco
William Jennings nryan h In iao
which will take him uboul 'J. 000
miles; through 22 states and and
October 3 at Ht. Ixiuls,
To AililroKt ThoiifiauilM.
The Governor nipects to reach
many hundreds of thousands ot per
sons wlih the doctrines of democ
racy on tour arranged tn traverse
the northern tier of aiatvs to Hell
Ingham, Washington, baek to Utah,
thento to Srfti Francisco and inst.
via I,os Angeles, and the south and
central west slates.
Tho governor started his Journey
Just two months before ehcilnn day
and will spent the last month of his
campaign dife the W(st ami, mlddlo
Three Main Thenii'M.
The IcnKiir of notions, progres-
slvlun and repjbllesu finance are
scheduled tn bo the principal themes
if the ijnvirniir's tuur, which wll
include nlany rear platfoi in speeches.
Through Michigan tomorrow he said
ho expected to weigh on republican
contributions and. possibly, present
some new Information In support fit
Ills charge that a 115,000.000 'Cor
ruption fund" was being la'std.
Agricultural piolilem were nis-
"usscd b tin- iiinilldate heie today
before r epriscntallves of the national
l,i,iril t,f farm orgutilullnns.
Insurance Against Rain
Is Issued at ronca City
8iee4al l the World
PONCA CITY, September 2.-
polhy for 10,000 against rain wns
written todny by I.lnvds of London,
Knglsnd covering tl.a two days of
the 101 much roundiin hern on Hep
l i, Til, pulley Is for
h il , willi Hie Imini t'Hy
,r i miiu'i ch us the insured
I ch i , , 1 1 i
mm i Way hi-tter, blveer
under Wool worth's. Advl.
G. 0. P. Caucus of Twonty
States, Chicago, Gets
CHICAGO. Sept. 2. Informnl con
ferences of chairmen nnd vine, chair
men of thn republican stato organ
izations from 20 suites wore con
tinued today at republican hoad
Will Hays, nntlnnal chairman, to
night Issued tho following ,stato
ment: "The meetings havo been most
satisfactory. ltepoits from ovcry
whpre all nhow tho name unprece
dented Interest In republican suo-
cess. This Is slmly a still further
reflection of tho conviction on thn
port of a groat mnjorlty of tho elec
torate that republican success ls tho
most Irnpnrtnnt element mnklng for
tho nation's greatest welfare. It Is
this Interest on tho part ot all, re
gardless of past or present party
affiliations, that wo havo neon urg
ing nnd will continually.
"We have not the time for bank
biting, pulling or haullngs. Contln-
ual charges nnd counter charjes
neoompllsli nothing. Serious prob
lems confront tho people, and an
honest effort to aid thn elentorato to
act Intelligently Is thn real duty of
a political rnmmlltee. It is a nat
lonal service and to the discharge of
thli duty wo propose to direct our
efrort. From this nothing can de
tract us. Theie has never been
such a spirit of victory in any cam
paign as was evidenced In these
meetings yesterday and todny."
Lieutenant Colonel Theodoro
nooacvi'lt will come to Chlnago Sat
unlay to begin his western nam
palgn tour In behalf of the rrpubll
nnn presidential ticket. The hour
will open "Ith a speech at Kansas
City, Mo , Monday and includes
speeches In Joplln, Mo., Vlnltn and
Tn lan. Oklahoma, and Hutchinson
and Wichita, Kansas.
Metal Strikers Seize
Many Rome Factories
LONDON, Ruiit. 2. Several fac
tories In Ilomr havo been seized by
striking metal workers In concert
with the metal strikers nt Milan and
Turin, whero a munher of fnetorlcs
havo previously been occupied by
the workers, according to a Home
S-5 ON DOTTOM
Wireless Reports Peril of
U. S. Ship; 24 Men
and G Officers.
CREW IS STILL ALIVE
Two Steamers Pump Air Into
Stranded Vessel; Rcscuo
float Is on Way.
IS OFF DELAWARE CAPES
Steamers Say Boat Is Fifty-
Fivo Miles Southeast of
Capo Henlopcn, Del-,
WASHINGTON. Bonn. 2. Tin
ITnltiM Htntra HUbmarlno R-5 wax be
ing kept barely nt tho mirfaro of thn
Atlanllo ocean, firi tulles cast ot Capn
llentoiien lonlglit by a iirecarlmtM
liolil uxurrl tm her irtern hjr tlio Gen
eral tax'tiuiiH, nn army transport,
whllo a down crewels of tho navy
nro racing from various polntM to her
With lior crew of four officers antl
2A men, Uio H-5 liml liccii submergeil
nn liourH, but Uirmigh n holo rat In
lier storn liy thn crew of tho Goneral
GiK-tlutU enough nJr la tolng pumpnl
lo keep tlio men nil to until mural
rpilpnieiit can get tlicro.
WJ3W 1'OllK. Sept. 2v Vlto offl.
nent and men ot tho submerged mib
iiutrino S-5 havo Ixson greatly re
vived hy Uio pumping of frosh ntr
Into tho vcwJ, according to a wlro
leeM ircivrl her tonight from th(
NIHV IfAVITV rv, a .
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ItlPl.IfHkU lnulftl,A rprut, .1..- YT ,.
........... .... M.lf U,IH
hlnlii. arnntxalilv. eM,-Ml -
plekM up nt Fnnnlngton, Conn., to
flight nnys tho llultmt Stntm submii
vliii K-li liasj lioen submerged IIS
hours, nnd nakN ftuit ,ImVm h.
K'lit to her rosotio.
'Iiie siiDmnnno'H Inst position wasi
re"rt(i In Inlltuilo .18.30 north ami
longitude 7I.OQ weeit, vrlUcli lfl vlr
toally ilno mat ot Uio IH-lewaro
rniriAJlUMirA. Rent. klr fa
now being pom.,! Jnto tho Bribina
rlne S-fl by two stenment. which are
sliiudltig by tho BHlmvrgci! veesncl, B5
inllesj Olllbeat of Cnnn Tleiilorvn.
The of at men and six ornrcrai
urn still nllkr, nrronllng In wlrelrws
niltlreM Just reoelvcil at tlf Phlla
delphbi navy ynril. A tnrje(lo boat
la on the wny to assist In tlio rescue.
j no raoio wns recoivod by David
I.. Mooro. who has a wireless outfit
nt Ills b fir no In Farmlngton. It read
as followsi ' ,
"On board the TT. ft. ft. aaneru
GoeUials. at sea. SoDtembor 2: Send
doitroyent with gear to relievo crow
In submerged submarine B-6. Ileen
in this oondlUon is hours. Tiring
material for nutting through hull."
inquiry nt tno unnea mate sun-
marine bsjro at New Iondon brought
a statement from officers that noth
ing wan known thoro about the re
however, tlrit a submarlnehnllup
port on tho S-5. Office said, how.
over, that a eubmarlno could re
main Biibmergcd for a much longer
porlnd than 3S hours without danger
to the crow, provldod its mechanism
was In working order.
WASHINGTON, Sopt. 2. How the
S-E bernmo disabled and How the
CONTINUKD ON PAOB TJ5N
BLAMES GEN. .MAR1EL
Mexican Minister tn Ilrnzll Sajs
Army Ieadcr Is HcipoiiHlhle
I'or Death of Cnrmnza
NKW TOItK. Sept. 2. Official
government opinion in Mexico on
tho death ot former President Car
ranza place tho blamo upon General
Mariel as tho man personally re
sponslblo, according to a statamont
given oii horo today by Dr. Alvaro
Diaz, Mexican minister to Brazil,
who Is stopping here enrouto to Hlo
do Janeiro to nssume his new offi
cial duties. Dr. Diaz wns a confi
dential agent of the now Mexlcnn
government In Washington for threo
months Inst spring.
Farmer & Duran
SPliCI Uj AGISTS
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