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VOL. XV, NO. 7.
TULSA, OKLAHOMA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER IS, .1920.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
DEMOCRATS PLAN First Game of World Series
HARDING PRAISES F've "fls
NATION'S HEROES slmL'kFaLer
Above a Million
A STRONG FINISH! n Bwkllln Ths Afternoon
Sill . TWRLD
OIL MEITS MEET
Country Club Affair Ends
First Tulsa Celebra
tion of "Drake" Day.
ATTENDANCE IS LIGHT
S. ant Thron Hundred Turn
Out for Service in Honor
uf Pioneer of Industry.
WOULD BUILD A MEMORIAL
Purpose of Association Is to
Perpetuate Memory of Man
Who "Drilled in" First.
A banquet lust night nt tho Tulsa
Tuu 'ij club attended by 130 mem
1. is f the Drake Mcmorlnl nssocla
ti -. election of nn executive com
ir.'tci, expression on tbo part of
iiiI'mIh'V and officers of A more Jit
.nit" outline of tho purpn.so of the
.1? -1.111011, tli.it of building a mtn
or. ., in Tlttisvlllo, Pn., to CoLmol E.
ti I'rike, driller of tlie flrnl oil well,
tiMvl tho celebration of Drnkol)ay
In Tulsa. x
A permanent organization wan
f .nni d and the executive committee
v 1- .v lected as follows: Karl Emory,
lh tn. r Iiaieroft, L. E. Mallory. nil
of Ui.uirord, la., Mornholl Purshall.
Vmen, I'a., Frank Loovy. Gulf
I ipi line company, Pittsburgh, l'a.,
V .11 Stewart, Muncle, Ind., ltobert
Hi noun, Tidewater l'lpellno com
pir.v. Now York city; Luko Carter
and J. W. Oatdwell. Tltusvllle, Pa.;
Cir.n T. lln-den. uestern division,
W. fl. Skclley, Clint Moore, Nelson
K Moody, John II. Markham, E.
linger Kemp, E. It. I'erry, J. J.
Stua. J E. Huff, E. W. Blnclalr and
1m ti i II Kelscy.
Practically tho entire Tulsa dis
trict of oil producers nnd operators
v..i- represented at tho banquet by
off.- lals and heads of various de
partments of respective companies,
judge J. J. Shea acted as toast
master. Among tho speakers were
W. '!. Skellcy, N V. V. l-'ranchot,
I). V. Connolly, Kev. Harold 0.
Cooke, John II. Markham, Jr..
I.uia H. Kelsey and Nelson K.
Tuiiei, tho recognised oil capital of
the world, with Us thousands of citi
zens interested In one or more of
the various phases of the oil Indus
try, thought so lightly of tho annual
meeting of tho Drake Memorial ns
nidation held hero Monday after
noon that when President V'. H,
Huffman opened tho proceedings at
1 3o o'clock In Convention hall less
than 300 persons wero present to
commemorate tho bringing In of tho
first well that was drilled specifically
rilscourugement marked tho an
nul address of tho president who
staled that ho had traveled 1.400
mm to attend thin meeting In the
h 'pi that It would bo entirely buc-
"For eight long years I have been
ir r.'lng something," said Huffman,
In his annual address, "It Is not a
l" I ur Itwould havo como to a head
I'-ng ago. My hobby has been the
lit atlon of a home for the old oil
workers who In their last days have
nut a place In which to lay their
heads. They aro thn boys who have
made tho oil millionaires nnd yet
this, tho wealthiest Industry In the
country. Is tho only one that has not
made snuo provision for looking
after its nged and decrepit mem
bers. "The officers of this association
i'e worn out In tho service. Tho
"rk must be carried on, If at all,
i'v veungcr heads. Doth the vice
president and myself nro past 70
eirs. Wc havo worked eight years
CONTINUED O.V PAOE TEJf.
GOES DOWN WITH HIS SHIP
MnMcr of Tlui Speedwell lushed
1 1 lnt.se! r to Mn.st null Perished
NEW OKIfEANS. Oct. 4. Cap
'ain Charles Johnson, mastrr of tho
'Vmeiicnn steamer Sueedwoll, lost In
t.isi week's tropical hurricane, went
i 'vn with the ship, according to a
wireless messago received by the
ival station hero today from the
"''uincr Lako Superior now nearlng
Santiago. Cuba, with 13 HUrvlvora of
me Speedwell. ,
Captain Johnon, lashed to the
bridge of the Speedwell, refused to
'ko a lifeboat, according to the
wireless messago and expressed his
d' termination "to go down with tho
Information of tho death of Cap
inn Johnson leaves one person un
COTTON PICKERS DRIFT IN
XiiiiiIht Arriving l-'nmi Outside) Stum
AhHiiivx Crop Will Jxi Handled,
by AuacUlfd I'rtu, etate wire.
OKLAHOMA CITY. Oct 4. That
Cotton pickers from ouUldu tho slate
ure reaching tin Oklahoma fields In
sufficient numbers to furiiu.ii relief
t' tho labor shortage in the cotton
fields, wna the announcement today
by Claude E. Oonnally, statu labor
commissioner. However, ho added
that live statu needa all tho plckeru
It ccn get.
Cotton pickers are In greatest dk
ninr.d In tho southiiuitorn part of tlrt-
was s.Ud at the
I'artrnent vt agrlcutturu.
nnd Httsbirg couutlcH wnro
luied as bulm: osiecIally short of
NEW YORK, Oct. 4. Charita
ble bequests minting approxi
mately J 1,350,000 are made In tho
will of Jacob II. Sihlff, banker
and financier, filed late today In
tho surrogate's office. The vultio
of tho estate is given merely as
"moro than 110.000 In real and
prsnnnl property" In tho accom
Charitable. bequests of Mr.
Kchlff Include $500,000 for tho
federation for tho support of Jew
ish philanthropic societies of New
York 1300,000 for the Monteflore
home, $160,000 for tho Jewish
theological society and $100,000
for tho Hebrew Union college of
New York university receives
$50,000, Harvard collegu $25,000
arid Tuskcgeo Institute $10,000,
Other bequests Include 1
Metropolitan Museum of Art,
$26,000; Henry Street settlement,
60,000? Holomoti nnd Hetty I.ocb,
Memorial homo for convalescent,
West Chester county, $25,000;
New York public library, $25,000;
New York Zoological society, $25,
000; Isrucllsch We..ienanstadt,
Frank-on-Maln, Germany, $'5,000;
New York Association for tho
llllnd, $10,000; charity organiza
tion of tho city of New York,
$10,000; Tiburculosls Preven
torium for Children, $5,000.
FOR HARDING DAY
Registrations Are Opened
for Tulsans Who Plan
to Hear Nominee.
WANT 1 000 DELEGATES
Those in Charge of Arrange
ments for Special Train
Hope for Big Crowd.
Preparations for running tho
Harding special trnln from Tulsa to
Oklahoma City Saturday assumed
an active aspect Monday morning
when tho committee In chargo of
arrangements mado a reservation
with the Frisco railroad. How
many coches will comprlso tho
spccll train depends upon the mini
bcr who sign up to mako tho trip.
M, B. FlC8hcr, ncUvely In chargo
of plans for conducting tho train,
announced Monday mornlnlng that
books had been opened nt Harding
and Coolldgo club lfbadquartcrs
first floor of tho Kennedy building
at Fourth and Hoston, and extended
an Invitation to everyono who do
sires to seo Senator Harding to
como In Immediately and make res
WiiiUh Early llrglstratlou.
"We hone everyono that Intends
to go will mako reservations by the
middle of ttho week," Flcshor said.
"If they will do thin, the wirk of
nlnnnlmr fr tho special train will
be greatly simplified because wo will
know how many coaches to order
and how many badges and signs to
print. It will givo us mucn more
time to nttend to details, of which
thero aro always a great many for
RUch a trio."
Tho cornmlttco anticipates mat no
rnnnll nnrt of the crowd will bo
women. as they are csp-jclally In
vlted to make the trip. Prcpara
lions are elng made by those nt
'Oklahoma City In charge of tho
Harding reception to provide com
forts and conveniences for women
from all cities represented.
nniwmt llnon Tulsa.
A letter received by E. O. Lingo
chnirmnn (if the Tulsa county re-
mihiinn rentr.il committee, from
John D. Appleby, secretary of tho
state republican committee, explains
that Tulsa is expeciea 10 6
enthusiastic crowd of men and wo
men to assist Ir. making Harding s
reception tho greatest he will re
ceive on his entire trip.
Tulsa. Appleby stated, will tako a
prominent part In tho prade. which
roSTINUKD U,NrAUl. nn.i.w.
WHEAT TAKES BIG SLUMP
Decline of 10c to I2rn llu.'hel In tin
Principal wchiern .tiurHuuti
niiimnn. net. 4. Wheat future
.i,.n.,.i in m i"p 11 bushel today In
tho principal grain markets of the
west, in som cum-a
!.,.,iu nnt i,nfnrn reached since the
government established the wartime
wheat prires. ,
Decomber deliveries closed In Chi
cago and St. Louis at $185 to 1c
und at Kansas City b-wcr level wjs
reached In $1.91. At Minneapolis the
December option closed at a
drop of 11 l-2c from Saturday.
SHOT FIVE TIMES, HE LIVES
Junction Cliy. Kiini-as M"' Attacked
by Two Soldiers.
JUNCTION CITY, Kan.. Oc(. J. -Although
shot five times, twice In
tho head. A. L. Courtney, owner of
a Junction City taxlcab lino, will ro
oover, army Burgeons at tho bae
hospital, Fort Jllh-y Announced this
morning. HI nssallants, two sol
dlers, who shot him and drove away
In his new motor car, after robbing
and throwing him Into a ditch, wero
captured at Manhattan, after wreck
Ing tho machine In an effort to
evade pursuing officers. They hired
Courtney to drlvu them to Manhattan.
Arrange for Vigorous
Closing Drive in Cam
paign Nearing End.
BATTLE IN 7 STATES
Say Ohio, Illinois, Maryland,
N. Y., N. J., W. V. and In
diana "No Man's Land."
KEEP COX ON THE JUMP
Candidate to Swing Around
Circuit; to Speak in Goth
am and New England.
DAYTON, Ohfi, Oct. 4. Plans for
conijdoUon ofj tho democratic na
tional campaign, now declared by
leaders to bo entering Its last stages,
wero being formulated tonight by
Oovernor ox, National Chairman
George White, Senator Pat Harri
son, chairman of the national spoak-
oro' bureau, and E. H. Moore, pre-
conventlon manager. The confer
ence Avas held at Troilsen'd.
ih a result of tho conference,
Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, West Vir
ginia, Now York, New Jersey and
MarylAnd probably will be the chief
battle ground until election, accord
ing to Scrator Harrison, though all
details havo not yet been worked
out. Governor- Cox will spend four
days campaigning In his home state,
Hit co days in Indiana, ono day In
West Virginia, Ohio, New Jersey,
and most of two days In Illinois,
Night meetings havo been nrrangod
for Indianapolis for the 28th and
Chicago tho 30th. It also was an
nounced the govornor will speak In
Haiti in ore thu dato for thu meeting
not having been decided.
To ( nmpnlgii Ohio 1 lioroiiKlily
Tho governor's first speeches In
his home state will bo October 14
Ho will speak first at Van Wert,
Lima nnd Hellefontalne, with a night
meeting either at Springfield or
Dayton. Tho iext day will find him
at Detroit and then again Into Ohio
with a noon nncoch at Akron and
a night stieech at Ulevoland, spend
Ing Hundny thore. From Cleveland
ho will go Into New ork state.
where on tho lSlh ho will speak at
Rochester at noon and Iltiffalo at
night. Two days will bo spent In
New England, It wntrsald.
Ho will speak at Madison Squaro
Garden tho night of tho 23rd.
At .St. LoiiIh Octolx-r II.
Next Wodnesday evening the
swing into Kentucky, Tonneiwe,
Indiana and Illinois will begin,
reaching tho mit extreme western
point at St. Louis, whore tho gov
ernor will speak tho night of Octo-
her 11. swinging hack towards Ohio
through Indiana and lllmoUj on the
12th and 13th.
Tho candidate spent most of today
resting nt his homo, Tratlsend, and
received a delegation of women
headed by Mrs. Florcnco Kelly, gen
eral iiueretary of tho Coniumors'
league, and Mrs. Maud Wood Park,
chairman of tho National Leuguo of
Women Voters. Oovernor Cox told
them ho had stood for such reforms
as they advocated for 12 yearn and
Lthat Ohio had laws similar to those
sought nationally. v
In connection with assertions by
tho democratic campaign directors
that ft reaction toward tho demo
cratic ticket has set In and that the
Irish people, who havo been either
opposed to or only lukewarm for tho
league of nations, now ar lining up
for Cox and Hoosevelt, tho governor
said he had received a telegram1 from
Edward A. Kyan, who wos nrrcstqd
at Ilnltlmoro when ho sought to nsk
Senator Harding a question, saying
he was for tho democratic candidate.
Tho text of the telegram was not
mndo public. Oovernor Cox expects
to remain In Dayton tomorrow und
return to Columbus Wednesday,
10 Cent llreail Hark Again.
GREENVILLE S. C. Oct. 4.-r-Thc
10-cent breod loaf mado Its up
penranco hero today for the first
time since tho beginning of tho war
when a local bakery announced a
cut of 2 cents n loaf from 12 cents.
Causes Death of
Two in Airplane
OIU-ANIX Ind., Oct. 4 .- -A
schoolboy's dre.im of flying fume,
an ambition shared by his father
who mortgaged hlu farm to pur
chase on ulrplam-, for tho boh,
was shattered hero lato yesterday
win n Devon, lliirtholo'mow, of
Hnterloo, Ind., yielded to a pas
senger'! pleas for thrills In tho
air, and sent hui piano into a
sharp dive which ceded in death
for the pair. Cecil Kels. 20, of
Orland, was, the passenger.
Nearly a mils ubovo tho earth,
the 2l-yoar-old pilot broko a
rcMilutlon never to "stunt" with a
pasiongor, and headed his "ship"'
earthward. H,lftly it dropped a
tiioimaud feet, ilarthllcmew ihn
attempted "i straighten away
The shup s wings cnrinplud and
tho.ilmttercd plana dropped iilti
v plummet, a slwer 3, .100 feet.
The broken bodies of tho youth
w re found strapped to their
Marquard or Smith for Dodgery andN Hagby or Coveloskie
for Indians, Pitching holections; All Sold and
Thousands Are Turned Away. ,
NEW VOHK, Oct. t. The llrook
Ivn Nnt!imnls and thu f'lctclntid
Americans will open their world se
ries battle fur the 1020 hamplnn-
World Will Announce
World Scries Games
Following Its nnnual eutom,(
tho Tulsa World will anliolinco
by mcguphuuu from thu edi
torial rooms, second floor World
building, thu results play by
play of tho worldbastdiAll series
begllitflng today between llrook
lvn and Cleveland. Tho first
three games will be played nt
llrooklyn. (lames will bo tolled
llrooklyn, 2 o'clock p. m. Now
Yotk daylight savings time, 12
o'clock noon, Tulsa time.
Cleveland, 2 p. in. eastern
standard time, I p. in., Tulsa
Tho full International News
service reports will bo an
nounced ns soon as received over
special wire connected with tho
ball p.-nks. .
Tho police announced Inst
nUht that because of the crowd
expected at tho World's world
setles piflX no truffle would bo
permitted on llotuder avenue be
tween Third and Fourth streets
during "the guine. So you can
como with your camp stools, pre
pared to enjoy the game without
tho Interrruptlon of honking au
tomobiles or clang.lng trolley
ship at Ebbefrt field Tuesday after
nodn. Twlnkllnc filnrs in a eloudlem sky
early tonight seemed to bear out tho
IN TULSA LATER
State Commission to Get
Close-Up View of TeVe.
BURDEN ON COMPANY
Must Show Cause Why Rates
Should Not Be Cut, Is
Ruling of Board.
lly Amodatc.1 Prcfs, !tat wlrn.
OKLAHOMA CITY, Oct. 4.
Tho Btute corporation commission
lato this afternoon ordered contin
ued until October 23 Its hearing nn
tho question of rates to bo charged
by the Southwestern Hell Tolephono
company. Tho order followed pre
liminary discussion of tho ques
tion by attorneys representing the
company and tho companys sub
scribers In Oklahoma.
Oklahoma City's telophnno nrr-
vlce will bo considered when thr
hcnrlng Is resumed, tho commission
announced. Dates will be set for
hearings to be held In Tulsa, Mus
ogee, Okmulgee and Ardmore, to
consider service given by tho com
pany In connection with Its appli
cation for Increased rates In those
titles. Tho commission will not hold
a hearing tomorrow on tho applica
tion for rate Incrensos.
C'lianee for Clnsc-Pp Study.
The. commission avo ns Its rea
son for holding hearings In each of
ho five cities affected by the pro
posed rate changea tho opportunity
for tho presentation of direct testi
mony regarding telephone pervlco,
tiwk examination by opposing
"We. am disappointed thnl th
Investlpallon of Hcrvlro and the
consideration of niir request for In
creased rntei hns been further de
hut we will mako tho best
of It," said John M. Noble, general
manager of the company here, fol
'owlng the hearing. "We need nd-
'IilTinl revenue at once and delov
In the settlement of our application
means moneV out of our pocket. We
dial! be ready to give tho rommls-
Mon nil tho Information wc have as
oon as then) Is a request for it."
Comniiiiv Must Show Can".
Tho hearlnir todnv wss called
fter the eompnny recently filed an
'leutlon for Increase.! rites In the
'Ice rl'ls nnm-'l Tho cnmmlslot
cited the eompanv to show eauiw
whv Its rates should not bo rc
Jtldee Pnm If llnrrls. attorney
tor me le'fnnnne rnmiwinv, iif-
elared nt the hearing this after
noon that It nppeared Impossible to
Improve the service wltnout an in
rrene In rates.
"Th" enmml'slnn ennnot remilri
tho company to do the Impossible,'
tie vnld. 'The pif.posal of the com
mlFsInn tn reduce rate would ne
onrrpllsh nn'v the destruction of the
-omnnnv We nro notions tn show
In detail the way the luminous h
being carried on and wo .bellevo a
-n'irn!do ludeinent Will decide
hnt If l rsonta1 'o provide more
Tirnev If rervtce Is to b Inttiroved."
Tern 1tilMir HUI Signed
Al'KTIV Tens Oct I Oovern
or W I' Hob"' todnv signed the
hill pasted hv the sncclril seiNlnn of
ho legislature rrctiting a commis
sion to invemlrnte chihps of and o"
f-cts pertaining to labor dlspdtcM
forecaster's preliminary announce
meiit of "fair weather with moderate
winds," hut a fairly heavy rainstorm
came on tho scene at u o'clock to
night. When asked to explain, tho
weather limn HHld the storm wuii dun
tn low ntmoophf rlc pressure nnd
promised It would be clear, although
Moinewhnt cooler tomorrow, for the
Initial battle for the premier houom
The playing field of the llrooklyn
park has been manicured for the
last time. Even' reserved seat hns
been disposed of and thousands of
fHns are fruitlessly seeking nn op
portunity to witness tho gigantic
Manager llnblnson nnd thu Brook
lyn team aro resting toright nnd
expressed firm bellt f In their ability
to defeat the Indians.
Arrangements and setting for the
cm les of IMS0 will not differ greatly
from previous enntusts. If there Is
any outstanding feature, It Is ex
pected to be fuinlHld iy t spec
tators. Their attitude towaul the
baseball classic and the players is
an angle which cannot be foroast.
The climax of the baseball season
has shown no torn of Interest so far
as the fans of greater New" Yoik lire
concerned. Sunduy, President
Charles P. Ebbets stntcd ho hud
been obliged to return moto than
$CO,noo In checks and currency to
those who had hoped to purchase
seats for the four games.
At noon today mote than 400 ap
plications were filed from newspaper
writers Irom all parts of tho coun
try. Tho sain of unreserved ncnts In
tho field stands bleachers began at
10 o'clock this morning. A line of
fans whs formed several hours be
fore tho time set A woman had
CMS-TIM l:i on i-Atii: ti:n
HUN PLOTTERS "
TO GET FREEDOM
Men Who Tried to Stir
Up Revolt . in India
During War Paroled.
BACK TO FATHERLAND
Von Bopp nnd Von Schnck,
Ex-Consuls at Frisco, Out
of Fort Leavenworth.
LEAVENWOIITH. Kan.. Oct. 1.
Eckhard H. Von Schaek and Franz
von Iiopp, ot one tlmo consul and
vice consul for (!ermnn Imperial gov
ernment at San I'Vanclsco, Cnl., are
prison hero tomorrow, prison offl
to bo released from tho fedcrul
dais announced tonight. Word was
lecelvcil tit the prison that paroles
had been granted thn two Herman
noblemen who nro serving sentences
of five years for violation of the
neutrality laws of the I'tilted States.
Tho two former representatives of
tho Herman empire wero brought to
tho federal prlHon In tho summer of
1918. They wero !lril)lo for parole
six months ago and appeared before
tho priscji board, but paroles wero
Itecently tho minister of Switzer
land In Washington took up their
case and orders wero received to al
low them to como before a ipeclal
meeting of tho parole board helu
here two weeks ago. Then afa vor-
ablo recommendation wus sent Into
tho department of Justlco.
It Is not definitely known where
ihoy will go but It Is said Mint one
will loavo for California to sottie up
some property matters, lloth will
return to Oormany. It Is believed.
They held themselves nlnnf from
thn other prisoners as much as pos
sible, according to prison officers
Von TJnpp was a prison clerk In tl,o
clothing department and von Schaek
was a clerkln the store room of tho
Theso two prisoners were convict
od of violating the neutrality laws
In a movement to foment a revolu
tion In India to embarrass the Ilrlt
lsh government during- the world
war. They were found guilty of
purchasing arms nnd trying to fit
out nn expedition while on the Pa
1020 Census Figures
WASH INDTON, Oct. 1 -. The
1920 population of tho state of
Texas Is 1 fifil 027;,nn Inorente plnce
1510 of 7C4,4SC, or 1D.C per cant,
thn census bureau announced today
Other population figures an
New York 1020 poulntlon 10,
SR4.1-H: Increase since 1010, 1,270,-
030 or 13.0 per cent.
New Jersey population 2.155,374:
Increase since 1010, m 8,207 or 24.4
Idaho 1020 population 431, S20: Jn-
orcusoercof o since 1310, 100,232 or
32.fi per cent.
New York City (revised figures)
1020 population C.fi20.0 Ih ; an In
crease of 863,165 fclnco 1010, ir 17 0
Houston, Texas (rrvlnpij figures'!
1050 population 138 2'fi- Jnen ase
slnco 1010 69 4 C or 7r fi pi- -cut
Mnrrlo countv eontatnlng H"iis.
ton, Texas 1920 pr pultiHon lffi fifiT
Increase slnco 1910, 70,974 or 61.5
At Hays' Old Home, Sen-
ator Voices Tribute to
Dead of All Wars.
A NON-POLITICAL TALK
World War Veterans to He
Mightiest Influence in Our
Life for fiO Years.
COX FAILED TO SHOW UP
Democrat Candidate on Pro
gram hut Cancelled En
gagement at Last Minute.
KI'IEEL (UtOVE, Kit I! MO NT,
Ohio, Oct. I - Here at the old hoipo
in ex-rrcsuieiii ainit'ii"iu n. im;-, t
on the ninety-eighth alinlvets.iry of
his blrlh, Senator wnrren u. naru
Ing voiced his tribute today lo those
who have fallen in nil the wars
America has engaged In and pledged
anew that the lepublle will be
handed on to thf lr suns a "legacy
ot llbei ty nnd a tbmpio of security.
Thn senator and Mrs. Hauling left
Marlon curly this morning, motoring
nearly .0 miles to attend Mm cure
monies he attended on the unveiling
of a memorial tablet to Sandusky
county soldiers who fell In the worl.l
war. The Huntings wero the guests
here of Colonel Webb C. Iluyes, son
of tho former president.
Ciiv I'alli to Show.
. Dovirnor James M. Cox won also
ti have been a guest und both candi
dates were to have delivered noil'
political addresses, but tho demo
cratlc candidate cancelled thu en
gagement at thu last moment.
It wax a distinctly patriotic occu
slon and Senator Harding forsook
politics for the tlmo being to speak
nt length on tho Heroism ot .moot
lea's war dead.
"I volcu today," ho said, "a trib
ute lo tbo-.steadfastness. the reso
lulldii and tho undaunted qournRu of
Mt American expeditionary forces,
Tl'ey wri'Ught less In brilliancy, but
mnrti In glory." They made, few
trenches, hut they took many. They
had few objectives hut they reached
tho ono big oun and il 1(1 their full
part to snvo world civilization. Thoy
como homo with as JtttUs parade as
they w -nt. America nevw saw mo
Hiioetiii tii of the r might and majesty!
but A.nerlca has sensed their blg-
li-ss und there Is a feeling of security
throughout the republic
fiicrniH Hum Di-eiit Tower,
"You wor'd war veterans aro the
new leaven of t in patriotic citizen
ship of Mill ropubllc, the mightiest
Influence in American inn lur nun
a century to como. A republic
worth fighting for In Europe Is even
more, worth living for at home. Thu
men who battled for American
rights, American security and Amer
ican honor must hold an America
whose rights aro beyond question,
whoso security means guaranteed
Iirliteousness. whose honor Is un-
kjlliestloned nt homo or abroad.
If wo are sure aooui mesa im-n
tho honored dead shall not havu
died In vain.
Four million responded to uoium-
hla'n call for the world war and won
thu plaudits of millions beyond the
sens ami tho unbounded prldo of n
hundred million ut homo. Thoy won
tho tleep gratitude of tho republic
nnd tmight afresh tho supremo les
son of sacrifice and service. Lofty
patriotlHH nnd consecrated citizen
ship will never do less nnd no nation
under uoil may ever ikk moro.
America, "Tlio Tcmplo of Security."
Let us do moro tmin is sym
bolized In memorial tahlcti and
monuments. It us pay sorrowing
tributes to thn dead, rateful trlhtitn
to tho living nnd bo resolved, all of
us, to meet our duties aiVfliey met
theirs, Undeterred and unafraid and
hand on to the tons and daughters
the republln which wn Inherited and
whloh they unveil thu legacy of li
bel ty and tho templo of security; our
own t tilted States.
TARWATER GOEsTcf TRIAL
Slajei- of MNseiiil 1'illliir Aiqwars to
Have AgcilUtanlilly in .lull.
OAI.LATIN, Mo., Oct. 4. Tho
trial of Ilurh Y. Turwator, charged
with murder In connection with the
hooting of Wesley L. ltobertson,
70 years old, editor of the flollottn
Democrat, opened here today. Mi
examination of prospeetlvo .t.iro.-s
was begun. Selection "f a Jury Is ex
pected to tnke Home time, and wlt-
nores havo bctn callod for Wcdnes
Tarwate r, wearing a lienvy white
biard which he has gn'wn during
bin i oiifli emciit, wu! supported to
hla chair In the cop it room
Car Ituriicil Man .Missing.
LEAVENWOIITH Kan. Oct. 4
Tho n-maliiH uf a burni'd touring car
Irlven by Clyde t:imcey rural mall
earlier out of Leavenworth today
Farmers Kcnrciicii inn neigupornood
but failed tn find any trace of tho
mull carrier, rhe missing mans
hat was found n short distance form
tho burned ear.
Tt'IJIA, (ici 4 Mailmun., 90; mini
mum. 69. aoutti winda. clear
OKLAHOMA. Tiisixlay an. I Weilneailay
purl cloudy. moilnraiH triiiirHture.
AIIKANHAH TuKxlay ami Weilneailay
pari cloudy, uioderitte ttmpvratur.
TlMlm'a lirul Ktrnla,
I Tul iiinrii- i in'cr-ncv "I Mih dial
ltr"iMl liurLli, (J'tult Mringrml cln.r It
li ti a r
l.-uiche-iu of Falvateiri an--y t-ninpalun
w Tl-'ia, Mill-' 'l aa, l 16 orttirk
Wul Urimsl fir uulillf, V W f A
cv. Ill I -nu l 1 7 30 m
J)e! a m n( r- r 11 unlly hnuaM ot fteij
snd 1'rcabyterlan cliurcb, 7il0 p. tn.
.V"' r .m-eVion
Wu the murder f Tom
,i well-lo-do farmer of near hmi-
I In tllntfl'il I 1111 L
Ei !;bV,k.u.-,,,-uw ot
The HWrv a told t tho offlcern
here in that the liramlvtl jouths,
thn olilcut of whom Is 25 niid the
yotingwt IK, wont to tho t linon
home vi-aterday nflcrinwilt to iio
oompany Mis. Terr.l. llmni Utt
homu. Cllflon, tho father of Mrs.
1 iiimlott. piolitod agtiliiHt tho
futllmr nltonilniiH t tho IiimIkuuI
und a fight idurlrd.
Tho youths allege H ut a son of
CHtlon came i mining I" 1,10 rru
with a shotitun. and lh older
Ilmnilott f tabbed rllttim, tho man
lerllnir and fulling dead. The fivo
youths fled, threi being found' In
thin city alxiut midnight find tho
other two U their Iwmi' (,on
miles west of tho city tills morn
ing. COX HAS NOT AN
Ho' Fails to Stem Tide of
G. 0. P. Sentiment on
A LANDSLIDE CERTAIN
Even If He Should Wio. All
Doubtful States Democrat
Would Uo Beaten.
U'ABllINOTON, Oct. I. Four
riiemlav Mm American
people will elect tho next president
i,r tii,, retuililln and moro than evor
ncH it loon 1 Ko a laniiuiiiiu mi
11,,, llm. itml Crwillili;e.
Varying his advocacy of tho Wll-
roii covenant or- tno lenguu ui mi'
iii.n. ivlth .nnsnllonnl charges of re
milillcnn eorrunllon. now exploilnd
bv official Investigation, Oovernor
Cox does not appear to havo begun
to stem thn tide of popular somi
ment setting in favor of tho republl
Tho most rellablo reportn ob(nIn -
obto from all parts of tho country
rnrerilHt. (Ill till! WISIM Ot prcsoill Cllll-
dltlous, tho oiecuon oi jiaiuiug ur i
leant Mireo litinitien votes in uin eiec
tnrni colloue. which would give him
a majority of approximately sovonty
.Scleral Doubtful Stales lo 3. (). I'.
Hn llittn beadwuv hail thu ilenio-
rratlo organization mado up to dato
In thn campaign that suvorol stated
classed ns doubtful a jnonth ngo now
nppcnr safo for' Harding, while ov-
eral other states ornmaruy rnrriuu
hv the democrats nro now In tho
Tim renorls of present rnndlllonn
In tho several states Indicate the fol
lowing distribution fit electoral Votes
Mulnit ,. .,
Utah ........... 4
1 lluntanft 4
IK Nevada. 3
t onto :
...... 11 Oklahoma 10
a Weat YltnInU .. k
Cox .Needs Now York nnd Ohio.
l or Harding.
If Oovernor Cox should carry all
n. .t ..... ..u.n.t .... .1r.,l,,.l
ui uiu iuin nuiu t.n Muuubk,,,
ho would havo a total ut Z3H electoral
voles, twonty-elght short of tho "6u
malorltv. Tho chuiicts aro. how
ever, that Harding will carry both
Indiana and Ohio us well as Wost
Virginia whllo landslide) conditions
probably would givo him several
other states now classed as doubtful.'
If the Ohio governor should carry
Now Yurk us well as Ohio, and nil
tho other doubtful states, ho would
bo elected. The fact is, however.
that it Is a mistake to class New
York ag doubtful today. To begin
with, It would take an extremely
forceful democratic candidate, run
ning on n popunr platform, to carry
it ntate.whl( h President Wilson lost
In 131 C. and carried In 1012 only be
cause of republican disruption.
Houston Paper liaises
Price to 25c a Week
HOrSTON, Toxas, Oct 4. Thu
Houston Chronicle on October 1 an
nounced that hereafter tho subscrip
tion rata In thn city and country
would be 1!5 cunts per week or $1
per month, nnd tho prlco for tho
Hunday iwtuo 10 cents per copy. Thu
prlco for slnglo copy daily wlIV re
main Xi O'titu as herutotoro.
Picking Curl Wanderer diiry
CHICACIO, Oct. 4,- Threo Jurors
were accepted tentatively for the
trjat of Lieutenant Tarl Windirer.
who C'-nfesscd ho killed tn, wife.
uOi-'n t, In-omc it mothti and a
rngi'id Btr.in-tr wi'h whom he
pwinc'i a mi'.if' holdup Biu-itwn
of the yry will bo continued to
Zelcnka Can't Tell Where
Ho Was When Wall
Street Was Blown Up.
GETS A STlFF GRILLING
Questioned by Pittsburgh Po
lice All Afternoon and on
' Rack Again Tuesday.
HAD BIG DYNAMITE SUPPLY
UnalOc lo Explain What Ho
Did, With Seven Missing
Slicks of Explosive,
WASHINOTON, Oct 4 Depart.
meiit of Justlco agents nt l'lttsburgh
reported tonight that Floroan Zol
cnukii, nrroRted an a suspect In con.
nectlon with tho Wall streot carplo.
slon In Now York haa boon tinabla
to account for hla movements on
tho day or tho explosion or for nov
el! stlckH of dynamite which hcad-
miiieti lie Had In hh possession.
Thn inessairn In .Inn.irt nmn, of
JuMIco was sent ufler elumika had
been qtiesltoned by tho federal
ugctihi. It said ho admitted having
had 12 HtlckH of dynnmltn which ho
said ho had obtained nt Whitman,
w, va. When ho wan arrested thnro
wero only fivo sticks In his suitcase
mid federal ngontn roportcd ho had
not been able to tell ihom what lis
tiod done with tho other noven.
Zeletmlca also had been unablo to
explain satisfactorily hln rcasonn for
purchasing tho explosive, tho mca
saga said. a
Questioned nt JVcngtli.
PITTHII1JIIOH. Pa.. OoL 4.
Florlan Zclcnaka, nrrcsted horo last
nigni wuii a quantity of dy nam I to
percussion capti ami fusa In hla suit
case, woh sent back to tho city pris
on louigiii rrom mo local ortico ot
tho department of Justlco whoro lie
wan closely questioned during trio
afternoon regarding hit movements
for tho pnt uuvural months. Tho
questioning, department agents
wild, would ho icstimod tomorrow,
Dovernmont ogontH in Tignn
county, W. Va., and In Cincinnati
nro tracing zclcnnka'a movoments
ln rjr 0 BC0 whether Uioy agree
with tho story tola during tho after
noon. Kolannkn, who wan reported by
Loon Koukel, told tho police an hav
ing referred to tho Wall streot ex
plosion whllo they wero riding from
Cincinnati to I'lttsburgh yesterday,
told federal agents that on. that day
lie wan working an a tailor for tho
Wllntcr Clothing company in
DcarrllKTi Ilw Movements.
Moon afterward. Zolonaka told tho
agents ho obtained employment with
tho Island Crock Coal company at
Whitman, Logan county, W. Va, and
left New York Heptombor 24 for
that place. After working n, fw
days as a coal loader ho gava up his
Job and went to Cincinnati; from
thero ha ciunn tn Pittsburgh. At
Whitman, ho nald, ho had bought
tho explosive for uso In Jib work
as other miners did nnd having it
on hand whan ho quit, ho took It
with him, Errortu wore mauo ny tno
government to get In touch with th
Island- Croek Coal company at wnit-
man this afternoon an Kmenaira
had In hln pocket a brans chock
numbered EOS. Such choclcs' turo
given to minors In many coal Helda
of West Virginia.
I'ollrf niw.lc Up on satemtmw.
Tho foderal oscnta also endeav
ored to confirm a statement by Zel
enaka that during tho war ho haa
been employed ns a laaoror on con
crete work .nt Nltro, a suburb ot
Charleston, V. Va., whoro tho gov
eminent began tho erection of an
exploslvii plant. This work, Zelon
okn told tho aironta, ho had aban
doned becnuso It was too hard, re
turning to Now York.
Zelennkn is a roio, win, aocorn
lng to lib story came to thin country
In 1914. Ho speaks, enough English
lo bo understood, but much of his
quertlnnlng today was In his own
CHICAGO BOOZE PROBE ON
Hugo Amount if Whisky Ilcportctt
Ki llnvo llet'ii Stolen.
CHICAOO, Oct. i. United State
District Attornoy Clyno and John J.
Oarrlty. chief of police, began Jjn
Investigation today Into tho reported
theft of Ibiuor valued nt U75.000
from saloon kcoper.-4.who liad bought
the whisky In Lnillsvlllo,
Tho prohibition commissioner's
office alsi started nn Inquiry to de
termine how Hho oarloid of liquor
was whipped tn Chicago without a
permit and without notice from tho
railroad company that It was being
Kitty Chicago policemen nro said
to havo hold up tho saloon keepers
and police employed by them, and
seized tho whisky.
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