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TULSA, OKLAHOMA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1020
PRICE 5 CENTS.
IGH COURT REFUS
S f B 5
WARDING MAY DO
Success of Trip to Fair
In Minnesota Prompts
Talk of Journey
MAKE REAR END TALKS
Laud.-. Small Town for Influ
ence In Maintenance of
' ational Tranquility
PAYS A VISIT
Boards Special Train At Chi
cago; Says No Meaning
In Talk ith Nominee
M.!)I"N, sept 9 Senator JInrd.
lrtg 'r irned to Marlon tonight trom
Ma firs campaign trip and prepared
to rr-jmn a front porch campaign
whii h is expected fB keep him hero
the rni under of September.
Iloih the nomlnro ttnrl his political
managers declared themselves groat,
ly pleased nt the practical results of
the three-day journey, and It wan in.
dlcvcd that announcement might bo
made soon of othor trips to bo made
In the last month of tho campaign.
On the return from Minnesota,
where tho principal address of the
trip was mado yesterday nt the. state
fair grounds, the senator mnde two
more short rear-platform Bpcochos.
Tho first was at JancsV'Ulo, Wiscon
sin where he lauded thd Influence
of tho small town In maintaining na
tlonal tranquility. The othera plea
that the nation bo put "hack tin tho
rlfht track." wan delivered to n,
cheering crowd of several hundred
at Rmhpster, Indiana,
General John .1. Pershing hoarded
ty snaior's train at ChlcaRO today
and in tho afternoon trip across In
diana and Ohio hared somo of tho
popular applauso with tho ncfmlnce.
On hn way back to Washington
from i iacatlgn In the west, tho gen.
era' mi' eel at the Harding cur to
pay h - respects during a short stop
In ci,. ro, and Senator Harding in-
1st. ri thai he go along as 'far as
Mant n lie spent several hours In
nnveri..ir.!i with tho nominee, but
lnau'd that no political significance
acr.id b. attached to his presence
MMJM'V, rihlir) Hcpt. 9. General
Tfrsh.riB fJid he expected to take no
pin i i the umpaicn. but would do-
ote h,K wh... attention during tho
ney- fi w we.ks to the army rc-or
Kafli.nion nnw under way.
. i'hi".igo east the senator's
pruui t.ir was attached lo a rogu
lar i i.si-njrr tr.iin. and as It n
proa. ' . d Marlon tho nominee and
Ocm r i P. rshing went Into the din
ing .j. ,n.i held a public reception
during winch scores of tho passen
Ker fin) in to shako hands with
Ihei. . nuMngiiliiliffd fellow trnvel
Th. ginor.il spent the night at
the llnid.ni; home and will resume
oIn iM.irnoy to Washington tomorrow.
KiM'ri! fr..nt popch speeches will
dp rrnd. i, -t.tiator Harding during
"i' reminder of the next thren
w-cek dud his next speaking trip Is
fM" 1 ir. begin about tho first of
net., t..i it iB understood Ills visit
t" w York will bo mnde during
the i , p,r nf that month, on a date
jet i , 'iC,i, hut tho question of
wnj- , tiei, Wji l)0 include, in
his t,. .1 l. hns not been decided.
SlUpiHTH nnd Miiniifiiciiiri'r.s Asked
to Help Anici-ic-Hii lUlllronds
I illltt Jttdllns Hlock.
. WAPlliNGTON, Sent. 9. Mnnu-
ia" ,..,. nmj Bhlppcrs In general
were urged to assist American rail
tea I- m making fullest use of Ih'rlr
f"' e stork In an appeal Issued tn
o the railroad commllteo of
C . lied St.ltPH olmmhoe nf enm.
tnei.. ny co-opcratinn In loading
"flpt,! ,nrs near to maximum ca
rac nn,i rutting down delavs In
oadi'i.r and unloading at termlnnls.
tne inniltten sild, shippers ran nc
comt.'ivh tho sa-noreffi-ct that would
..ht. inert If S.16.000 cars could bn
na. i in, mediately to railroad equip,
men, i mlpr pmoent economic con-
UllltinS. 1 wn ndrln.t. thn ralLn.iH.
'' 'aln the ears at reasonablo
Jr'cs or make terminal Imnrnve.
tn" that might exuedlto their
Farmer & Duran
so, ,,f'l "C I I, AGKNTS
- I'alucu Ilhlff, l'hono ISI
Seeking Job in Cabinet
KNtTSKOItn. Knir. S.nt J -Tatton
"getlon third baron Ugerton. of Tattun l
roM-Mnus, Ohio. sent. nv im
ward P Jurr-i of Kvantton. It) . was e
ip,ted piesldent of the negro Uaptlat con
icnllun In beaMon here today.
l KM I'll IK, Trnn. Sent I. A woman
found here Tueaday night unable to Iden
tlfy htraelf or give any Information ton
lernlng her homo when taken in charge
by the police today was Identified ai Mrs.
Oacar c. Malmberg.
roitT WOllTII. Teiaa. Sent. . MIm
Zella llennctt. II. waa killed. and her
three slaters wero Injtited early this mnrn-
inir at i,ocsney. weal or ner. wnen innr
automobile totilded with a wheat binder
imOWNHVItalili. Tern. tnt. 9 l.levn
rervona cr klUM nrt much nropirty
tU in he (lone In n heavy rlrclrlral ami
rnlnttnrm nt fUHtllo, Coahulla, Tuenlay.
Hfrorillntr to report! to the Mexican tun
ATSTIN. Iftii. Pent. 9. Th aerce
tnrt tit prn.luclnic cotton In 7xnn iturlntt
ivzu wan iixra mi n cents per pounu vy
cotntniiico or me Te i ritincrr iniu-
tule in a report ftfloptiM hero lo.Uy ami
lo be vubmlttM tu the InMltutc
WASHINGTON. l"nt. 9. Comnelltlve
exniulnetlnn will be htlil from October &
to 31, Int-luilve, to fill JOfl vecmncea In the
nrtny coininlMlonM Mat. ranging In
pra do from ntcond ltputenant to major, the
wur Utpurtment today announced.
ST. I.OtMS. Pent. 9 KataUlahment of a
federal bureau to reRUlatn the Inntatlatlon
of plumblntr na u mcana of Intprovlns the
natlon'a health waa ursrd In reaolutloni
adopted at the cloning ermdon of the con
vention of the American aoclety of eanl
tary enstneers here today.
KOrtT RMITIt. Ark.. Pent. Wairo In-
creaaea, ranirlnir from 6 tt 14 centa an
hour, and a new IS montha contract pro
ldlns for "epllt runa" and a minimum
work day of a hnura and 40 mlnutra, were
agreed upon today by local union etreet
ear men and the 1'ort flmlth I.Ulit &
ritltlK, Btpt Oahrlele d'Annunilo
today proclaimed riume an Independent
atate. l)'Annunzln declared he had ro
cttved private newa from I'arla which
forced nlm to declare Klume to bn In
dependent today, and that ha could not
wait until reptcmuer la aa ne naa in
CANTON. Ohio. Sept. . Sl maaked
mn entered the Klrat National bank of
lulavllle. all tnllea eaat of here, at noon
today and robbed the caih drawern of
II, alio in currency Four or the men locked
three employe of the bank Dorothy Slue
eer, tlladya Xartman and U. K Vodor In
the bank while the other to rifled the
RAN JOSK, cal . Hept, . An earlh-
oualte, the healcat In yeara here, wan
felt at a Cf a in today. According to
thft i.ick ooaervatory on Mount Hamilton,
the direction of the fluake waa from eait
to wnat. No reports of damage have
been received aince tne ahoek.
CllirAOO. Kept 0 Speaking today be
foe the organif illvlrlon of the American
rhemlcal aotinv in aeaaon here at the
I'nlveralty of t'hrago, l'rof I". rtchnch of
the unlverilty or iriaa rani mat lignite,
a rmtf formed roal found In Canada and
Ttxae, haa great poarlbllltlea aa a cheap
Nr.W YOnK. Sent . ravel Nlkolaelff.
t4. nnd one of 00 Iluaalan refugee chll
h.lnv Tnnlhered hv the Tied t'roea at
Krt Wadaworth. staten laland on their
long journey from Siberia lo their I'etro
grad homea. waa allot and killed early
iaiv whll. helnir Initrueled In the army's
a, ofm. by a friendly ao.d.er on f
LODGE FLAYS WILSON
MuNie!iiiM.'tln Senator Wnnts Against
Any Ctucnant That htiiacks pt
WIImhiImii or 1'urpoM'S,
AlOUSTA, Maine, Sept. 9 An at
tack on article 10 of tho covenant
of tho leaguo of nations was mado
In nn address hero tonight by Hona
tor Lodgo of Massachusetts. He
charged that President Wilson's pur
poso was "to uso tho power of all
nations, members of thtr league, to
carry on war.
"We ought not to nccept any covo
nent which In any wav could ho
mado to carry out Mr. Wllson u pur
poses." Senator Lodge said. "Mr.
Wilson, It Is true, is not a candidate,
but wo are fighting Wllsonlsni.
which Is a system of government
alien to our constitution and our tra-
ditions, and Governor Cox has prom-1
iseii tnai ii eierii-ii lie mmi'i t-,wij
out Mr. Wilson promise anrl go
Into the league. Senator Harding
ha Mid that he would not go Into
tho league as presented by Mr. Wil
son. Tho Issue Is drawn nnd Is so
clear that no man can misunder
WANT HUSBAND EXAMINED (
I'amllles of 'l Diwl Wiinien Ask,
Jmivtlgtilinn or .nun 'iiiey .unrrieii
fHICAGO, Sept. I The fhlc.igo
families of two women who .lied un
der mysterious circumstances after
marrying Krnst Hwald Stelnhnuse.
n chiropodist who formerly lived
here, Joined today In asking Chief
of Detectives Moonev to investigate
tho recent death of the second Mrs.
Stelnhouse. who was found dead a
week ago In u swamp near her home
In Tampa, Kin.
Itcporis from Tampa of tho find
ing nf tho body indicated Mrs.
Stelnhnuse was dead before her
body was placed in the swamp.
Mail Service Test Plane
MflkCR FUaJlt FrOlll Ilcnol ot MIsh Thomas Is extremely rrltl
juunco i nil" ca) an, ttmt her recovery Is
SAN KHAN' 'IS '" Sept i 'Vrv.
,ng 400 pound of mail an ''rt'1'1'1"
mak ns preinvmurv ..
he t .ins ..- oen'al s".r
anded a )l ' "B f,r 13t?
"today two no-'" and 15 minutes out
of Ileno, Neiada.
ON COX CHARGES
Campaign Fund Split
Up As to Result
NEXT MOVE IN DOUBT
Republicans Say Nothing Sin
ister Proved; Democrats
Take Other Views
Testimony Shows Committee
man Sent Letters to Em
ployes; Received 5 'Duns'
CIIIPAOO, Sept. 9. -The senate
commllteo ln estimating campaign
expenditures tonight was divided on
tno location of pursuing tne lnvestl
gatlon of Uovcrnnr fox's charges
that millions are being sought by tho
republican national committee lo
corrupt!" tho electorate
Saturday tho committee will com-
Pleto its Inquiry here, but ufter two
conferences today tho senators could
reach no ngreemcnt as to the next
step to bo taken.
Tho republican nttltudn an ex.
pressed by Senator Kdgo Is that every
Uoad offered by Governor Cox and h's
supporters has been pursued wltn
out proving any or wnat tho new
Jersey senator characterized as tho
"HnlKler". counts In the democratio
Presidential rlomlneo's charges.
.Senators Kdge, Kenyon and Bpencsr,
republicans, propose that the com
mllteo drop tho Cox charges and
move to Pittsburgh to Investigate re
ports that tho liquor Interests arc
taking an active part In tho cam
Tho democratic view, as expressed
by Henutors Heed and Tomerene I"
that the Cox charges aro being
The Chicago end of the present
Inquiry will bo practically completed
Kdmund II. Monro of Youngstown,
phlo. Governor Cox's personal rep
resentative, who has been sitting on
tho side lines two days ctuchltiff
Senator Iteed In tho questions to be
asked witnesses, will resume. lho
Mn ml to complclo his own isKr-f-uptcd
testimony. Utile of the
Mooro testimony romnlns to bo taken.
It is believed, as the examination of
witnesses, In which he had partici
pated on the democratic side, hai
l.brought out most of tho leads, which
nor Cox's VepVesenUtlVe;
hnd to offer
'. W. Ie, eastern regional di
rector of the republican wavs and
meant committee, with Jurisdiction
over seien eastern stales, nnd a fpw
minor witnesses, remain lo bo heard.
Saturday tho commllteo expects
to question several girls from the
Internal revenue office nt Aber
deen, S. 1 . where democrats fire
said to have snllrlted II contribu
tions from girl clerks Miss Jessie
Ltarchard of Minneapolis. Minn., will
be heard Saturday In connection with
a similar charge.
CHICAGO, Sept. . Testimony
bearing on Onvetmr Cox's charge
that a quota llt of 61 cities had
been sent out by the republican na
tlnnnl committee was elicited at to
day's session of the senate commit
ten Investigating campaign funds.
CONTINt'HI) ON I'A'IK HI KVHN
ur-... rt-I.. T1. f?.X.e7'f Amertiiii that tho omditct nf
fVlU JI ituiio Jmifv
Ponf TllOUSttlld If! T(tkCIl
NEW ORI.KANS. Sept. 9. Three
armed men entered tho Industrial
branch of the Iliberna Hank AV
Trust Co shortly after 1 o'clock to-
I day. lined four employes against th"
wall and escaped with $4,000 In cur-
' . -1. 1 I , , V. .. lAjil, Trnm tlin fat.
Olive ThoiMH May Die
From Big Poison Dose
Swallowed bit Mistake
PMHS, !ept. 0 Olive Thomas,
motion picture actress, Is lying In
n critical condition at tho Ameri
can hospital at Neullly. Where she
wri. taken several days ago siif.
fering from mercurial poisoning
An official statement iisued by
Pr. Joseph C. Chonto, nn Ameri
can phislclnn, who Is In charge of
the case, says'
'The situation Is serious, but
recovery Is hopeful."
It Is lctrneitr however, from a
rellal le source that the condition
Or Choate s.-ild today tlhat the
ncirers had swntlowed a t-olutlon
of alcohol preparation containing
! grammes of n slow poison suf
ficient to kill 35 mn but ho
added she had taken It through
City in Italy,
Torn Bu Quake,
A Queer Sight
Ily The AeeorUted. I'rtaa !
KIVIZ.ANO, Italy, Kept. S
(Ily courrler to 1'loreneel This 1
lty presents a strnngo nppear-
'unce, with ripped hnlisis, pave
tnenls plied up and a mixture of
broken furniture, smashed glass
and housvhiilil tlbssurers, as a re
sult of Tuesday's earthquake.
The areado of the municipal
building Is slnndlng, although the
edifice aboo collapsed. No
vestige of road remains.
Amid this scene of ruin, by a
strange chance, "tilmost the only
building standing Is a church with
belfry, vhllo thu house attached
to tho church was burled. Tho
entire family of tho potftmaator,
comprising eight persons, was
hurled In the ruins of the pnst-
offlco with tho exception of ono
The work of rescue l being
luium nut uy rwuiui n iiuiili'Uiy
concrtitraU'iI hrre. ,
TO FIGHT FERRIS;
State Domocrati'. Jeffor-
sonian Club Organized
At Oklahoma City
RESENT TREATY STAND
Support of Pact by Conjrrcss
man and Campaign Methods'
Reason of Opposition
ur a stakt connrcsroNDBNT:
OKLAHOMA CITV, Sopt. 9.
Organization of a statowldt demo,
crallc Jefforsonlan club h.ia been" In
this city, nnd offlcore chosen. The
club has a declaration of prlnolples
founded on tho teachings of Thomas
Jefferson and declares for thoso
principles as contended for by the
great democratic lesde. who hjivo
won renown for themselves and
glorified the party's record In gov-
Includes SO Counties,
nepresentnl'ves from Iwenty-slx
counties were present nt tho Initial
Mn.llnc nnrl rim mlf to.".M w.r. nn. .
polnloitSW. n. Grove, formerly of
!. ... .. . . 1
jioiiis, liarmori county, niii now n
but now a
ir.i mnn nf Oklnhnma CltV
'7" . 5...
was ciiu,.-.. p miiiHii . .... "
Clalborno forerly chief clerk of tho
conservation department of tho stale
corporation commission, was elected
The other offlcern of tho organi-
XAtlon consist of nn executlvo com-
mltteo of thirty members and an
advisory commllteo of five me-mbors
with plenary power relative to gov-
ornont of tho organization.
Tho stnrtlltig feature of llir new
1olllfKTtllll orgnnlallon mlilch U
tu ho I'xli'iult'il to nil imrtM of tho
M.ttP. Is that It ilcclnrrH for tllo
(It-mrsTiUlc parly urinclplix, hut
opisisc Hie iJecllon of Ooiigrt.s.
man Sitt IVrris tlrinwratlc n'm
liic' for I nltnl Slatf-i sonatnr
Ciiliij; lis reasons tliut Ills suptrt
lf the Vornlllrn trt-aty its wrlltrn
Is tin. inri lean nnd t-ontniry to
tlio ucll being of tllo t'nWfil Klntw
,, prinmry otiiiipalRii wits shame.
fill slanderous, totclilng wllli false
iiooiw nun u'..n 'j i ii,.,,",..
mill that Ids election wouiu gue
I,,, kliunii of mi Idle niuiroxnl nn
I.I...I ,.r .niiimili-ri im.f llnils.
ii'iii . -
More than S ..000 was pain in
the Initial meeilhg to advance tho
Interests of the new o'gmlz.itlon,
rnVTINfBD on pacii: litOIIT
PROBE DEATH OF WOMAN
Chicago Tollce Insist nil Tiill IlllcMl
ctillon l M Merlons Crime.
TAMPA. Kla . Sepw 9.--fomply-Ing
with 11 rrquest by Chicago police
authorities for a full Investigation
of (he death of Mrs. Krneet Sleln
house, a roroner's jury today de
layed a verdict until Saturday to
permit additional examination of
tho woman's body, which was found
face downward In a shallow pool
nearly a mile from where she loft
her husband sleeping In bed.
Many Nations to Meet
lo Consider Conference
WASIIIKGTON Sept 9 Ilepre
senatlves of Oreat Urltaln. I'Vance,
Japan. Italy and the United Slates
will meet m Washington Onobr. 8
to determine the dato for the in
ternatlonai communlcanons confer
ence It was announced today by
the state department.
I HOPES TO LAND
, , , ... ,
lU'puriL'U QUUUlOr JH lUHIv-
ing Drive for Favor
of Governor Cox
FRISCO DEAL RUMORED
Considered Swintr of Okla
homa Vote to Cox Reported
Rroken by Conditions
HASTINGS MAY COME NEXT
jlNcWS RcacllCS Capital Til lit
Oklaliomans Aro I'ccved
At Convention Tactics
Specltil to lha World
WASIUNOTON, Sept. 9 -Honnlor
Owen of Oklahoma tonight opened
his speaking tour In Ohio In the In
terest of tho Oix-ltoosevelt ticket
with a speech a' Delawate. )n will
speak nt Chlllleothe tomorrow and
Columbus Saturday. Owen will);" Ip
Oklahoma about September 20 for a
.S'i'Um Co'h nvor.
In connection with Owen's Ohio
tour there Is n report here thru tho
Oklahoma Solon is making a drlvi
for Cox's, favor and expects the port
folio of secretnry of treasury If Cox
Itecently Owen called on Cox and
talked financial problems with him
at San Kranclsro. It was also re
ported (hat Owen was holding tho
charing tiklnlioiua delegation in line
In tho hope that ho might make a
deal which would gunninlee him the
treasury place In tho event of demo
Whatever may havo been his In
tention tho collapse of tho Mr'Adoo
boom and tho nomination of Cox
eamo so suddenly on the 4 1th bal
lot that tho Oklaliomans were de
nied tho prlvllego of getting with
the winner, voting for Owen on the
Democrats IVmcd I'll.
nceently thern havo been reports
that the Oklahoma delerntes were
bitterly resentful toward Owen for
holding tlinm when he hud no
chance fur the nomination and that
r'oAgressnian W W. Hustings, pro
vided ho beats his woman opponent
this time, will he trolteil out to con
test Owen's seat Tills lends credence
lr Mm rorinrf Hint Owi'll WOUld be
v- - -- ..,,,,.-
V 1,10 report iiwii oirrn wumu
g'an to chuck hi eniiimi i.rji'i i"w
years hence by attempting to get the
trr.,,ury portfolio in the event of
" '""'? '. "
ROAD TO RECIVERSIP
Kansas City Traetlon Cnmpnnr In
drlM'teil r,000,nno uml Cannot
Pn i Operates nt lllg !ss.
KANSAS CITV Sept. 9.--TI10
Kansiis ''ity Itallways Kimpativ, the
traetlon concern here, whs thrown
Into a receivership lain today when
Judge Klmbrough Htnne. hitting in
stead of Judge Aniba S. Van Val
kenburch In United Slates district
court here, granted a petition nf the
Kansas City Kenning company, nsu
Ing that a receiver bo appointed for
the trncllon company
The petition asserts that tho com
nany Is Indebted to tho extent of
Sri.onn.OOO.whlhh it innnnt pay, and
that It owes tho refining cntnp.iny
$21. mi for fuel nil. The petition
further rci Itiyi that the company
owes Us men wages, owes for Ilia
. , ,.,., . , ...... ,,.
"" ' 7 , . , "'
tcrest on on Its bonded intlebti dness.
Cur Dng Saves Woman
From Death, Holding
Her Head Above Water
MIJMPHIK, Tenn . Hept 9 -A
young mart le(i woman 19 yearn
of ag. In the general 'hospital
here, painfully If not eerlously
Injured, owes her lift' In a brown
cur dog which, nft r she had been
attacked early today by an un
identified white man nnd knock
ed Into a pool of water In semi
consciousness, went to her aid and
held lier head above tho surface
until help arrived.
Her (tssallant struck Iter on the
h-ad nn( she fell Into tho pool.
The dm;, which had followed,
stood by until the crew of a
pasting freight train discovered
her plluht. She told tho poilie sho
must have been In the wa'er at
Icist h.ilf an h,"ur before her ich
cue The VK ivint th I s-,,'1'
With 'her It) lie .u','.0'lr not l',
hr wis f Tg when at'endno's
, (.fu . ,t , e " t t, ,e . , . r
were s, h 'hut he had to lie ru
I moved from Dhc vicinity.
Public Today Pays Increase
In Oklahoma Railroad Fares
llr A--italel I'-e.a plate tte
1KI.MI0M ITV ftept. 9 At
niuViilrtii (oniKht th.' pulillc (
OktahoniD, will tit-Kin inylng more
fir null "id oriiM1 betweon piiluts
w It I tilt thr M hi r Tin. lin'ieases urn
ptnctli a Ily the faine us thixn grant-
i bv tho Ifiii tstiito eommerco com
mission on Hilt rst.ite tinffln which
became -f fa l ivn August S6.
M'liefc( linTcnSHH ate 20 per rent
in )i.ieiii fines .1 1 per cent fur
u'l fr Igln nli- and SO per . vtil lor
1 1 ii : I iv ,i ti iikcis
Th" lil'iuii" be" nines effeetivo
MAY BE STOPPED
De Valera, "President of
Irish Republic, May
Order Fast's End
M'SWINEY STILL ALIVEi
Retains Consciousness Dcspito
Numbness and Dizziness;
I.ONI10N. Sept. 9.- l-atn tonight
Lord Mayi MncHwIney nf Cork was
purled to be slightly feverish. The
numbness of his limbs and the dirti
ness from which he suffered during
tho day were Increasing, but the pa
tient was still conscious.
nillllJN, Sept 9. The entire
tramway service In Dublin will he
suspended for two hours tomcrrs-'
to enable tho employes to march to
a mass for Lord Mayor MttCKwIney.
COItK, Sept. 9. In view of the
firm stand tho government nppears
to bo maintaining in the faco of tho
uppenls for tho leleusn of Iho hubger
strlkeis, a report has started In Cor
thai tho last mlnulo Intervention may
come from hanmnn de Valera.
"iircaliieiit of ihu Irish republic,"
according lo this rumor, the source,
of which cannot be ascertained, de
Valera Is expected to calile JOrn
Mayor MacSwIncy that his life Is too
vnliinblo lo the Irish rallsti lo sacri
fice and ordering- rr.ni to brfak fast
Tho belief seem to provau nerii
Hint If this were done MacSwIney
would bo released Immediately and
thai the discharge nf tile Cork Prl-
iincri would riulekly follow
Sean llemicsy. a 19-year-olil 111111-
1,-ci striker, was hiIII iiii. onst loils this
iifteiiimin Ills father continues lo
refuse to cull In 11 doctor to attenu
him. Tho oilier prlsonets were
weaker today, but are said to be de
termined to hold out.
NinV YOIlK. Sept. 9. Kamonn do
Vetera, "president of the Irish re
public." tonight denied cabled re
ports from fork that ho whs lo in
tervene In the case of the lord m iyor
of I'ork, reporting dying as the rl-
Unit nf a .unger strike in llrlatoli
Not Expected for U. S.
tfAKIIINOTON. sept 9 There
i.ive been no Indications of a return
nf last year's Inf iicii?Ji epidemic this
winter the public health service an
nounced today Kuril year, It was
said, between November and May a
number of ear.es are reported, but
experts of the service do not expect
Hut disease to be as wldlsprrnd or
as violent this year as In 1919.
Senn li fur Kleniiier.
Monil.i:. Ala., Sept 9. The revn
nue culler Tallapoosa, left today tor
tho Gulf of Mexico In rfenrch for the
steamer )'. Vardn, reported seven
days overdue at New Orleans, her
port of desllniitlons from I'rogreso,
Tl.'LSA. Sept. 9 -Maximum. 97;
minimum. SR. south winds, clear.
OKLAHOMA' l-'rlday and Satur
day generally falf
ARKANSAS: h'rlduy and Satur
day generally fair
OKLAHOMA CITV, Sept. 9.
Highway conditions today are Gen
eral direction f 1 nt,i Oklahoma City
and not routes to be followed: North '
Oklahoma City, Kingfisher, Perry,
Ponra City, Illackwnll, Newklik,
Wichita, Kan. anil Newton. Kan.,
muddy, Guthrie, muddy low places.
Northeast: Slpulpa. Tulsa, Cleve.
land and Miami, muddy. I'.isl:
Choooltth. good. 1'nrt Smith, Ark.,
muddy and rough Southeast:
Shawnee. Durant. Hugo and Idabel,
muddy. Holdenvllle and Wlster,
good; MrAlester, rough South:
Purrvdl, Duncan, Hastings, Hjtin.
muddv, nnd Pauls Vallev muddy
low places. Waurlka, rough Hotith
ii. t,i f'MikS'ha Anndark. Hohart
Lnwi 0 t uddy lied Alius very
muddv V .'Si Ml Iten . lt'idge
tine II. 0 . flnlnn l.id Illk flly
rr uidj N-r'hives. tlearv Hind
A a and I dge 1 y K.m muddy
a.nd Chcrokta muddy In places.
il'it'ei on ruder signed September -I,
lis Campbell ilus'i'll nn I H I.
'jiMlols. inmiibeiTi if the stino cor
liornllnn rnmmJelcii, and .listen led
form l Ail I. Wnlker, halt niuti.
The new f.tles will lis effei'rtve fur
n ptlloil of six moiillis, and (no inll
tf mm will he leqiilred, under Iho
coinmlsHliin's order, "In so :n ilntaln
their records as lo be iibls to fllo
witn this commission cnmiilute de
tails of lliii npirallnns upon Ol.la-
Ik.iihi inlritnlatn Itnffli. in order to
itnillniinll ui of Ihene
MEAN COAL HIKE
Boost In Pay of Sooner
Miners Will Bring
1 Retail Jump"
DOLLAR HIGHER TODAY
Dealers Will Pay Increase At
Once, President of Opera
tors Hody Declares
MeAI.KHTKR. Okla Hept. 9.
Tho wage lncrnses granted day
laborers, shot flrern and boys today
by the Oklahoma Coal Operators'
association In Joint meeting here
with ttilno workem" officials will
force nn Immediate Increase of $1 a
ton In coal sold from tha mines to
dealers, according to Dorset. Carter,
te..,,Cta O. ,,.w.,...Mil.,t,
This Increase, In t,u) wlt force an
Incrtnno i,n the retail price of coal,
Special to Tho Wntldl
.MrAI.BSTKH. Oltla.. ftent. 9.
Coal miners of Oklahoma)1, today
wore awarded their demand oX I.BO
per dn advance over tho present
rnntrnet wage made ,11 me con
clusion of Ihe coal strike lst
winter, the membe.-s of the Okla
homa coal operators association fol-
lowlili? u healed session nx nearly
wo days, ngreelng to the rentieat
presented for the miners by John
Wilkinson nrsvtldent of district St,
United Mine Workers of America.
The award Is retronrtlve to August,
If!, nnd exlra bibnr in thu mines
will be continued with advances
profMirlunnte to Iho day scale of
wage l.'.no miners in oaisnonm "m
nffecled Ity the ndvnnce wnicn
nu-ans an iiildlllon of $B.000 a day
at iast to the Oklahoma association
members if roll Tho re'iuesi inr
the abolition of Iho penally clause
was referred to John A. Iiwls, In
ternational president and .1. II. Wll
son Oklahoma coal rornrrrlHstoner for
POSTPONE CAR ORDER
llollnir nn Alhs'nllon nf I'relglit
Cars for Oklahoma Grain Ship.
meiit Nol 1'rnbnble, Komi.
tir A-oelaled Pre lal wire
OKLMIOMA CITV. Sept. 9 An
order regnVdlng Iho dislrlbutlon of
freight cars fnr grain shipments In
Oklahoma will not be Issivd for
several dnvs. members of the slate
night. Hearing of testimony In the
inse was concluded before tho com
The order will provide for dis
tribution of cars In proportion to the
amount of griiltiavnllnhle for Im
mediate shipment lit each point. It
has been agreed, but there has not
been an agreement on the defini
tion nf the term "available for
A brief supporting the interpre
(nlln of th term to Include nil grain
f.TtriK Irlbulsrv lo shipping points
was filed with the commission this
afternoon An opposing brief, urg
ing the limitation of the term to
mean nnlv grnln stored In elevators
nl shipping points Is expcited to be
Radical Reduction In
Price of Foods Made
by Pittsburgh Houses
PITTSnuitOH, Pa. Sept 9.--Most
Pittsburgh rest.niniiits and
Kiting placer today went on a
pence time prl. basis and the
rest will do so by the nd of tho
week, following energetic action
or United States district attorney
Dennis Drlsri.ll and a scote nf
fedetul agents All prices havo
been reilseil downward, the cuts
ranging from 50 to 1,000 por cent.
'Plie federal attorney personally
visited over TOO places and told
the propiictoi thiv must .barge
onlv 11 rnlr prl. r or they would go
to the 1 11 1 'i-tiiii'i M. it 1 der
rhisrr will (jin.,r(,Mv te ' 10
ore h., ' forlnei ic ni. 1 .on
ti'-i.ng feom I1 r o' il effgo t. (lie
nnd slesers i'o iieludid 10 tht
Evidence Is Insufficient,
Fair Trial Impossi
ble, Court Says
MAY FILE MOTION HERE
C. W. Kiiijr, Assistant Attor
ney General Must Arguo
Case or File In Tulsa Co.
W00LEY KNEW OF
Sheriff Did Not Uolicvo Mobs
Would Have Nerve of Job,
Special Court Found
Aaaoelstfd l'reaa atata wire.
OKLAHOMA CITV, Sept. n. Tim
oulfilmiii.i siipn itio (aiiirl today dc
nlcil tlm npplliiillon of Assistant (t
lorney (ieneinl rulliiu uml King In
lienr nustt' pmcis-dliifH iignliLst Iho
sheriffs nf Oklahoma mill Tulsa
eniinlli'H tin tlm grouml that olilcyisi
siihinllleil us not sufficient to show
Ihe iifC'iisc, tiffltinls cnulil not re
lie 11 Inlr iinil luiimrllal trial in
the niinllfs nf resldenee. I'ulloii
t)li-l n eniinler iiiollon asking lluit
the en"P he briefed uml argued bo
forn Hip supremo court.
Oral nrgiiineiils as to Mhetlier tlm
stAle siipnino ennrt shall assume:
original Jurisdiction In Iho ousler
priK-eedlllirs m;alllst Sheriff Woolley
or lulNt isiuiily ivlll no lieal il next
Tuesday. After tho court refused
tho upplHnlloiv ot IN1IU111 for iirlglnal
nellon In (hi) Oklalionui counly ease,
C, V, King, nsslstaiit nltorney gen
rrnl liauitllug the liiiehllgnllnii of tlm
mult action In Tulsa county, mIicii
Hoy Helton mis lynched AugiiM UN,
smuucstetl that lio bo jrlreit further
npisirluiilly to prtnoitt Ills enso to
Urn sliin'ino court. Sheriff Woolley
will Im hennl at tha sninn (line, If Im
(leslrrsj in npposa orllnnl ncllon by
Ihei supremo court, It was nn-
Mr. Kltiff loft tonight for Tulsa
fo continue Ills iiive-llgnllon tlicre.
A grand Jury lo lutesllgnlo per
sound or Iho TuUn (xmiity mob 11 III
ha nsscmhlixl .Momlay.
With the refusal of (ho supreme
rnurt of Oklahoma to summarily oust
Sheriff James Woolley on a petition
filed by Ihe attorney general's of-
llco charging failure to perform of.
flclal duty In the matter of protect
ing prisoners lu tho county Jail from
mob action, It remains lor C. W.
King assistant attorney general wio
hoi charge of the special court of
Inquiry which held two days enslon
In this city this week, lo either olyf
lain a Hearing on the sufficiency If
the evidence, or to fllo tho ouser
suit In tho district court of Tulsa
rear lmxirtlul Trial
The motion for removal from
Tulsa county In tho supremo court.
rued in Oklahoma city yesterday nt
noon, alleges that It would be Im
posilblo to securo a fair and Impar
tial trial where tho- defendant In said
case Is now the duly eloctcd, qua.Il-
CONTWUKD ON PAOr, THinTEBM
SLICKED BY BERGDOLU
I'tinuer iliidjro AdWKflfo General,
laiivjcr for Draft Uvailrr, Con. '
txsdori Ho Wus "Hoodwinked."
WW VOnK, Sept. 9. Samuel T.
Ansoll, former acting advocate gen
eral of tho army, today admitted
that he had been "completely hood
winked" by Urover Cleveland Herg
doll, wealthy draft evador, who es
caped from his guards several weeks
ago while in Philadelphia nn his way
lo Maryland In recover his "burled
General Ansell was the first wit
ness today at tho. cnurttnarllal nn
Governor's Island of Sergeant John
(I'Htireii, one of llergdoil's guards,
charged with allowing him to got
sway. lie rum mm worn nn ih-ik-
doll's counsel ho personally hsd
iiskcu tne war iirparimeni 111 pc.jii.i.
him to make Ihe trip to Maryland,
he had the ' strongest belief In the
man's good faith."
Cm ne Improves.
DALTON, Mass., Sept. 9. The
condition of former Senator Win
throp Murray Crane Is described as
"more comfortable" in a, bulletin Is
sued at the Crane homo tonight.
This Is tho season of the year
when a great many owners of auto
nmbllts have, for various reasons,
decided to disposn of Used cars.
There's a way to get quickly In
touch with the automohlle usod car
markot consult tho Want Ads.
There are many really wonderful
opportunists In Iho Wunls to buy
The World lUnn are resuUtul In
ir.ary wnvs The aro read and
1 ted poo by hou.-.inds every day.
Catl Orugu C0U0 ask fur Waut AA