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VOL. XV, 'NO. 17.
TULSA, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1920.
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LENINE IS PROUD
OF REDi REC0RDHerc Cheats Hangman of 8
.Soviet Russia is Stronger
Than Ever After Trial
SOLVENT, OTHERS NOT
Dictator Declares No Other
European Country is in
as Good Financial Shape
HE WATCHES UNITED STATES
Keenly Interested in Ameri
can Politics; Gives Out
First Interview to I.N.S.
Ilujh Spots in First
Interview With Leninc
.ght 1920 )lr Th Itit'l
Tho International Nowh Ser
vb i has secured tho first Inter
view ever given by Nlcolnl Le
r.ne, head of tho Uusslnn kovlet
K veinment, t any American
ji. wspapcr or press association.
I,, .ino showed In his conversation
h r he Is keeping keen watch
upon all American affairs, cspc
u v the political campaign. The
fel'owlng were the chief points
made by Lcnlno In his talk:
1 After three years of block
ade and war, sovlot Russia la
s'rongcr than ever.
.. Itussla wants to trade with
3. American capitalists forcBOo
n struggle with Japan for domin
ion ol tho Pacific.
4. A deep Interest displayed In
the farmer-labor party In the
rnlted States and Lcnlno ex
pressed curiosity as to whether
the members were called bolshe
viks. 5 Leaders of tho republican
party realize that America's Iso
lation is a thing of tho past.
6 Soviet Hussla always carried
out her promises.
7 Soviet Russia Is the only
solvent country In Kurope.
Ily LOUISK UIIYANT
Intermit nal News Corrnponiifnc.
.MOSCOW, via wlremss to Hcrlin.
0(t 13 yNlght) Nlcolal Lcnlno to
d.ty gay an exclusive Interview to
Tho International News Service. He
.rt'tlved tho correspondent In a
large plain office In tho former law
courts building now the headquar
ters of ihc council of people's com
missars Thiro was an absence of
oil guards and all ceremony. Lc
nlno was dressed llku .1 conventional
n. .o of affairs, llu was extremely
animal qd Ho was curious, asking
innumriVrde shrewd questions which
h' m1 an extraordinary knowledge
oi A"iertian politics.
on Leninc's desk was a copy of
an American newspaper describing
the I-armer-Labor party convention.
"This Is a most important and in
teresting development," said Lcnlne,
Slant ing at the newspaper. "I sup
pose the reactionaries call these fel
l.emr.o laughed and added;
' What are these, 'forty night
trs-" Aren't they American 1'U'
. He WanlH t Ho I'Vlondly.
Lemna' then turned, to the Atnert
can jjol.ey towaid Itussla. "I told
An.cr.citH, Colonel ltobtus. among
them in 1 !). that It was to tho In
teres' of tho Lnltd Styles to bo
iiij wan Bovini jtusma, no muu.
"Aa i u ng'o as thut I pointed out
mi. . '.ability of ct tnmjrrl.il rcla
tun' l).ith from our viewpoint nnd
' riNUKl ON l'AOi: TWO
Full Military Honors
.W1INUTON, Oct. 14.- The
u,,,i f two officers und 101 en-
lw i , n, who died overseas will
h m. ,t with full military honors
" Vi ..iifjii National cemetery to
il 1 1 w HellgtoiiB services will bo
'""dinted by Uiaplnlns of the army,
.'s' of dead Includes:
' " "t's Claro W. Hlggs, Chlcka
hs ii, ihoitia: Kollx 11. (Juldlnger,
,6")' Oklahoma; Uonjainln M. Iru
"'"i sp dia, Oklahoma; Olllo Moss
. 'klahoma; Kdward W.
h' i Kiowa, Oklahoma,
i-'ric)N, Oct. 15. Many persons
V,r" i..llid and utluss wounded at
i l.i'ih tn Italy (tilling ,i two
stril o Thursdav. snva a dls-
fat n to tho London Times from
TIIOSH WHO WIN
ic ; winner take ndvantage of con-
llttvi. tho WANTS help you In btiBl
;" and tho homo,
When trained work" nro needed
r,?f anV branch of work call on the
OHLD WANTS to supply them,
rthen domestic workers nro needed
"-T1H: WOIILD WANTS nro at
ill . Poetical help In meeting
'ii-niand for coiupotcnt book
Z,,,,' tyi'Ifts. sales people, for
i K.. SP"ing1 renting1, exrhnng
;,,""?" BU('" conditions may bo
wiuil hrough tho WANTS. Call
so duuo tor. ad taker,
Two Die on Chicago Scaffold;'miM FOREIGN
Italian MurrScrcr Who Might Have licen Opera Star Sings
'Misere' as Ho Awaits Death, nnd Other Prisoners arc
Awed; Iteprieve Comes to Him at Last Minute
CIIICAOO, Ort. 1 1. Tho "quality
of mercy" that- Shakospoaro v rote
about spoiled tho hangman's festival
icru today. Necks of eight men who
were to hang, wriggled out of tho
noose nnd Instead of ten, but two
men went to tho scaffold In tho grim
gray yard of tho Cook county jail
Of tin eo men to be hanged tomor
row, two have won reprieve and only
one will expiate his erlmo.
In till, ten men of in, who little
moru than a week ago were wnltlng
to pay tho "lorfelt of "a llfn for h
life" that Judges and juries, had Im
posed upon them, havo been given
another chntiro. Ono has won com
mutation of hcntcnce to life Impris
onment. Several havo been granted
tho- boon of n now trial and for
others tho evidence tltRt first found
them guilty will bo reviewed. All
but one, however, still lurks In tho
shadow at the gallows.
No Iteprieve for Two.
Hut for Krnnk Camplonc, a 22-
year-old gangster, and for John
Henry Hecs, whoso skin Is black,
thero camo no reprieve and early
today they walked to tlio scaffold
nnd paid tho penalty for murder.
Throughout tho death watch both
Camplonc nnd Itceso clung to tho
hope or a reprieve but ruino enmn.
Dramatic scenes In thcrrlm old
EASY ON RENTS
Thev Have Not Raised
Prices by 100-200 Per
Cent, Say Tenants
3 YEARS, NO RENT HIKE
That is Record for- iFour
Apartment Buildings in
Tulsa; Late Raise $10
Incongruous aa It may seem, there
tire at least two landlords In Tulsa
possibly moro that have not raised
rents from 100 pe: cut to 200 per
cent In tho rinst year. !no Is Simon
Jnnkovvky. owner of tho I'alaco
building at fourth and Mnlit streets;
he oilier Is the Southwestern llealty
company, for which Lee C. Moore,
lOHl Mayo building, Is agont, which
owns four apartment houses on the
To liicroa.se l'lrst of car.
Office space In tho I'alaco building
Is Hilll renting at an average rate of
J 1,26 ii srittan foot, according to
Jankowsky, who returned this week
from Los Angeles, where he Is now
living. On the first of the year he
expeciH to-make a slight Increase, he
said, which will bring tho average to
approximately Jl-50 a snuaro foot.
This, ho assert,, will still bo SO to
100 per cent lesn than rental charged
In other modern local offlcu build
ings. "Wo are making a small profit nt
this price,' junkowsky declared
Thursday, replying tn a question by a
World reporter. "However, wo are
entitled to the slight Increase wo In
tend to make, and are Increasing
only slightly It Is probable that
tenants will en'er Into two-year
lenses, ns thev have done In tho past
This protects them for n reasonable
perlor nifilnst nny further advance,
and saves us some expense In ob
talnlnr neje tenan'R 'rom time to
time. Wo have never made nny
radical Increases In rentals, nor do
wo intend tn do thlR."
l'tinr AiMirtinenlH Stable.
Moore. rupresenrlntlvo of tho
Southwestern Itcalty companv. In re
sponse to several questions asked by
The World, said his company von
trols 'he Argylc nnd Imperial apart
ments at Twelfth and Denver, nnd
tho Klwood npnrtmentp at Ninth nnd
lMwood fcur buildings In all. ltents
i-n these nnartments had not been
,rnlfed for three ye.trs up to October
I or this ynr. wnen mere wn.i u
Increase from JSfT to fHr, a month
This, onmp-'rod to some Increases, Is
an lnslgrilfJcnn.t amount. Tho npart
ments consist of five rooms and bntn.
"Kignratlvcly, wo didn't make any
money last year, ' Moore satd "Hut
with this Increase of 1" an apart
ment, we will make a reasonable
profit during the coming voir Kverv
tenant Is given n lenre for one year
we never rent by the month. And
f.nr tnnnntH nre well satisfied. Ou-
wMlllntr list Is enormous. We have
been npked many times why we did
not Increase rents in proportion to
tther Increases over the city. Our
reply is that we ae nbmlnlng a fair
rental nnd that we have no desire to
'hold up' anyone."
These two cases, unusual In tho
light of disclosures that nre being
nuido to the chamber of commerce
rent Inves'lga'ln? committee, were
brought out by tenants who con
sidered themselves fortunate In rent
ing from fair-minded landlords.
Drftcns of complaints have been
receive by the committee by the vol
untary Tct'on of tenants and through
the I'o.opernllon of the Junior cham
ber of commerce which Is assisting
In he Investigation.
C 8. Avery, ehnlrmnn of the In
vectlgatlng comlttee, declared Thurh
dav ho did not wish tn seo legislation
nffectlntf rents, such nH exists In
New York and other states, nnd that
he believed landlords should reallxo
that thev are Jeopardizing their In
terest nndthe Interests of the com
munity by hiking prices to nn exor
Jail attended tho last hours of Cam
plonc and lletse.
Nicholas Vlana, Camplone's com
panion, was to havo gono to his
death today. In tho death cell lie
sang. In u clear tenor voice, his good
byo to tho world, "Misere" he
chanted and tho "Tower Manic" from
"II Trovatore." Hut for tho oulrk
of fatn that made him a slayer, Mnna
might havo been an opera star.
Other Prisoners An; Avvr.
As liu Ming, thn other prisoners
huddled In their cells In awesome
sllcnco nnd whllo ho sang tho re
prtovo caiiiK that grunted lilm 11 stay
of senteneo ' to November 19.
Clouched In tho corner of tho cell
with Vlana, Camplono heard tho
song and henrd that his "pal" was
not to die today and wopt bitterly.
Cnmplnne, a member of the famous
Cnrdlnelta gang of gunmen, against
which six murders havo been
chnrged, was hanged for tho slaying
of Andrew 1. Itowman, owner of a
saloon, nceso paid tho penalty for
slnying his wlfo In a fit of Jealousy.
Heeso was tho first to go to tho scaf
fold, Cntnplono following.
At Springfield today Attorney
Eugene .Mo ran Is making a flnnl at
tempt to savo Frank Singer, charged
with mutder, from tho gallows, t'n
less his appeal to (lovernor liuwden
Is successful, Singer will hang tomorrow.
OF U. S. ISOLATION
Republican Victory in No
vember Means Rejec
ttion of the League
Outside Association We'll
.Need Great Army, He As
serts in Plea for Cox
C'LRVKLAND, Oct. 14. A repub
lican victory at tho polls next month
means rejection of tho league or na
tlons and the Isolation of tho United
States, conscription for rnlwlng nnd
maintaining a large army and navy
and a big Increase In taxes, William
O. McAdoo, former secretary of tho
treasury, declared In an nddrerw to
night. .Speaking In tho Interest of Cox,
and Kooscvolt, Mr. McAdoo advo
cated this country's entry Into tho
league, stressing what he described
as tho league's effest on world fi
nance and economy.
He xn lil the national debts of tho
chief belligerents) of tho war, Includ
ing tho t'nlted Stntes, had been es
timated nt J238.000.000.000.
"Staying out of tho league and
playing a lone hand means that wo
cannot rcduco the burdens of tax
ation," ho declared.
"It will also mean universal mili
tary training, which is a dlsgulso or
soothing term for what Is unpopular-
ly known ns conscription, wo wcro
justified In adopting conscription us
a war measure.
"It Is an Interesting fact that Son.
ntor Harding has declared himself
'a believer In universal and compul
sory service, oft times referred to
"The nations of Huropo owo tho
American people more than J 10.00, -000,000
for money loaned to aid In
prosecuting the w.ir against the cen
tral powers. In a recent speech Sena
tor Harding Intimated that ho would
rather sue this debt cancelled or for
give our foreign debtors than allow
them to work It out through ex
change of goods and commodities.
He suggestH an Increase tn the
tariff to Mich n high point that I
Kurope will not only bo unable to.v,.r(.a S(, ,.,,,. ..... , n nnB,.,i
pay the debt, but by practlcaly stop. y'Tui ... .1 1. .v L ,
Ping Importation will make It Im
I. ......M. !.... ...II. I. ,
possible for hor to buy our surplus
'1 his would he a policy of tho lit
most stupidity so far as iho interests!
of the Amer.ean peop.u .ye con-,
corned, but it would b a beneficial
policy for big buslnehs and selfinh
Interests, which, of course, would
profit by having complete - control
of our domestic market, but tho far
mer with his grain and cotton would
suffer mure than he already has
suffered through decline In our ex
Red Plan Great Blow
Against Gen. Wr angel
HKHLI.V. Oct. 14 "Tho lluaslan
i-ovlot s preparing to launch a (,-(.
gigantic offensive against the I'kran
i his and the army of (Icncrnl Waran
gcl on the Crimean front," raid an
antyuincement Issued by tho Ukran-
lan prisu bureau today.
BIG CUTS IN MUSLINS DUE
Drastlo Heduetloii to lie Made To
day, Dig Companies Say,
NKW YOUK. Oct. 14, Selling
npents for tho two lines of widely
known bleached muslins announced
today that drautlo price cuts would
bo inudo tomorrow.
Ono lino will be cut from 35 to
20 cents a yard, whllo another lino
will be reduced from 31 to 19
cents. in me 11 mi case me cut!
represents declines of 50 per cc,nt
from the. high record.
Administration's Attitude .
to uiner nations uosi
ly, Harding Says
HE HITS AT DIPLOMATS
Many Were Named Bceause
of Size of Donations to
Canipainn Fund He Avers
GIVES HIS MEXICAN PLANS
Would Deal With Southern
Republic Sternly, Yet With
out Causing a Break
LOUISVILLE, Ky.. Oct. 14. Tho
admlnlstrutlon'H attitude toward for
eign trade, the AVIIson policy In Mex
ico nnd tho league covenant written
at Versailles wero the special ob
jectives of Senator Harding's as
saults on the democratic lines in his
campaigning today and tonight
through tho borderland of tho solid
Charging that "secret diplomacy."
ns practiced by democratic officials,
had kept American business men
from learning of trndo opportuni
ties abroad, tho nominee declared
the state and commerce departments
must bo reorganized to give more
active aid In developing commerce
with otlmr nations.
Tho presidents .Mexican policy he
defined as having brought distrust
In Mexico and humiliation at home
and ho advocated a program of Htnl
cablo relations to Insure protection
of American Intercuts on Mexican
soil without interfering unduly In
tho Internal affairs of thu Mexican
In his dtscitsMnn nt tho league he
reiterated that ho wanted no council
of forlcgn powers to dictate Amer-
Senator New Terms
Joint Debate Absurd
ON IIOAHD SHNATOU 11AUD
INO'H HI'KCIAL Tit A IN, Oct. 14.
1'epubllcnn mnnngcrH on Senator
llnrllng'n tialn ntinotiticed def
initely, lato toduy, that the demo
cratic proposal tot- a leaguu of
nations debate between tho re
publican nominee and Oovernor
Cox WOULD NOT HB accepted.
Senator Harry K. New, head of
the republican speakers' bureau,
Mild ho had not yet received tho
proposal sent by Senator I'at Har
rison, In charge of democratic
speaking arrangements, and
"I would not for a moment
consider a proposition so utterly
Ita's part In the world, and. reading
Article 10. told his audiences that
ns spokesman for tho republican
party "he was opposed to It." He
added that In duo tlmo thu nation
would find ways safely and practi
cally to organize tho conscience of
tho world for pence.
In Indiana Today,
Tho senator's arraignment of tho
democratic nttltudo toward foreign
trade wnslhe theme of a night ad
dress In thn Louisville armory.
Spending tho night here, hu will turn
northward tomorrow for a whirl
wind awing through Indiana.
Stigmatizing tho stnto department
ns representing tho "lowest possible
i.i... .'. . i....
l-yu uk hi'.viiiin, in ntiiiLU ill uuim- I
lng foreign commerce, tho candl
date declared In his speech hero to
night that "a completo new polity"
was necessary If America wiih to
(I.NTINl'HU O."' I'A-.B Tinti:i:
WILSON SAVESA MURDERESS
I ...... ..... ..... -.
WASHINGTON. Oct. H.l'ref'l-
dent Wilson Intervened today to
savo from tho gallows Josephine
Ilcrrx a young negress, who was un
n0T for tin, m
negro woman. Her sentence was
commuted to life Imprisonment.
No woman has been hanged In
the District "f Columbia since the
execution of Mrs. Surratt. In con
nection with tho Lincoln nsstsslnn
tlott. 500 MILLIONS TO FRANCE
.1. r. .Morgan Co. Heady to
NKW YOHK. Oct. II It uns an
nounced nt the banking Iihuhi; of
J. J'. Morgan & Co. late today that
the firm as rady to pay the $500.
000 000 Anglo-Krcnch loan matur
It w is -.. Id that moro than 120.-
000.000 will be paid In cash. Tho
remaining amount of the Issue .has
been handled lirtho open market.
Tt:i.s, Oit. 14. Maximum. Til mini
mum 80, w:lIIMInn. 16
OKLAHOMA. Krl.luy flr In wt. un
(rttint In t portion. Pxlurilny fair, not
much rtinnnc In tMiiprmturt
K A N.SAM MuKtly clouily ml mlitrr,
t'rlitay with rln In nurllioH portion,
Haturilav cmr-rally flr.
AllWANHAH KfMay local ihowera,
cooler. Haturday partly clouily
T.mIio'h Im-h1 KTrnlM,
rhainlier o( Commtrr directors' lunch
ron Kendall mlltKe
Tulaa iiuhW'-kh ami rroifMionai woin
iiul. Y w 1- A., 0 P m
lilK J I'"" Krainr ravlval mctllnK,
Ll'lrat JJaptlit church, 1;I0 p. m.
PRO-LEAGUE REPUBLICANS INDORSE HARDING STAN
Put Wilson Out
Demand of est
Says Gov. Allen
N'HW YOHK, Oct. ll.Oov.
Allen of Kansas, conferring with
leaders at republkn national
headquarters hero today, declared
In n statement that he had found
In the west n "united determin
ation to get rid of Wilson and tho
WIImiii stem of government."
H asserted that this determi
nation for n. chatigo In admlnls
tiullou overslmdnwed any league
of nations feeling of Interest In
domestic Issues. ' "However," he
added, "It Is n common thing
for an orator speaking on tho
league of nations to bo Intel -rupted
by some farmer, who
would bawl out, 'how about tho
"-Thereupon," tho governor
said, "the audience wotlby ap
plaud and the orator jkotild
havo to got away from I'olatul
and Lithuania, and get his foot
on the hard grotuul of facts."
(lov. Allen predicted a republi
can landslide as great as, I," not
greater than "that which
swamped Judge Alton II. l'arker
n number of years ago."
HOUSTON IS FIRM
Secretary Insists U. S.
Will Not Aid in Loos
ening Tight Credits
WAR BOARD IS DEAD
Reviving It Would Not be
Good Business for Govern
ment Delegates Told
WA81IINOTON. Oct. II. Agri
cultural Interests carried their fight
for amelioration of credit conditions
today to Secretary Houston of the
treasury department. They asked
for rehabilitation of tho war finance
corporation to foster exports to Hu
rope and were told by tho secretary
that It wan NOT In lino with good
business for the government to ex
tend further credits to Kurnpo,
which would bo tho result If tho ro
quest was granted.
Tho treasury would not be n party,
Mr. Houston also declared, to the
withholding of nny commodity from
markej in order to maintain arti
ficially high prices.
Later the delegation carried nut
Its phut of asking a preferential re
discount rate on agricultural paper
nt a hearing before tho full member
ship of tho federal reserve board.
They characterized tho situation fac
ing producer, due to tho fulling mar
ket, ns "alarming." and Insisted Hint
ono of tho main purposes of the
federal reserve law was to furnish
elasticity of currency for tho agri
cultural Interests In such emergen
cies, Thero was a distinct feeling of op
timism among the delegates when
they left the eonferencu with tho
bonrd, although no action was taken,
Tho general meetings of tho ngrl
etiltttral conference concluded today,
but n committee representative of
each of Uio 30 agricultural com
munities, which made up the confer
ence, will retnnln In Washington un-
til thn statement of credit policy
. , . . . , .,, ,...!
, in prepaillliuil u ivm-i imnnn aiiu
covering tho whole credit system. Is
mado public. This committee c alled
tonight on Hecretnry Meredith at
his home, where the situation in
which fanners generally find them
selves was iiKiiiu kuiii' iivi-i.
A suggestion that fanners' com
mittees delegate representatives to
ijieet with the Amirban Hankers'
association at Its session hero next
week. In case tho forthcoming pol
icy of tho reserve banks was not
viewed favorably by the growers was
pending before the conference
. K't 'I, .l"t
OMAHA PRINTERS ON STRIKE
WWlil-Hornld, Hvciilnc Paper,
HuiidU'iipiicil by Wnllitmt.
OMMlA. Neb, Oct. H.--Tbe
Omaha AVorld-Herald, nn evening
paper, whs handicapped today nfier
about 20 Union prlntern quit work
Dissatisfaction over failure of hi ni
dation to H'.-iiii nn tigifcuient "
wage scale pending for some tuno Is
salil to have ciiised the walkout.
The day men asked an Increase of
Jl. and the night 11.10. They have
been getting 17 for eUht hours of
day work and J7 50 fr night.
COAL PROFITEERS GREW FAT
They Took :t.V).OOI.O0l) IVom I'oo.
pic tit .America in uihi renr.
VKW YOHK. Oct. 14. Coal
profiteering participated In by opera
tors nnd railroads cost the people of
the country at least S350.000.00o in
in last year, United States Senator
iilliiin M Calder, chairman of the
serate housing committee declare!
today at n luncheon of the Ark
w right club, Many of tho "political
and financial r vents' wjnni now
confront thn country he ndded nre
duo tn tho laxity on tho puit of the
Avers Senator's Backing
Is Motly Array of Ques
SEES SPECIAL APPEAL
Says Each Group' Get Some
thing From Front Torch;
Haps 'Uncial Move'
CONTINUES LEAGUE AS TOPIC
Thu Pact Is Virtually Sole Is
sue in Hard Campaign Over
Ohio in Itcligious Vein
COLUMHtTB. Ohio. Oct. II. So
vern arraignment of forces which
he wild were supporting Senator
Harding was made by (lovernor Cox
hern tonUht In mi address nt the
state fair grounds, coliseum, (losing
a strenuous day of campaigning In
inn notiie stale,
"Tho candidate of tho senatorial
ring hn.s behind him today the most
motley array of questlonablo groups
of Influences that ever wero behind
a candidate an array that, to sur
vey, tirlngn the crimson blush of hu
miliation to on Ameticjtn," tho gov
Alleges Itni'liil Appeals
More than a dozen parties, Includ
ing the "pro-(leitniin," thu "Afro
American." tho "antl-lcagiio of na
tions," the "profiteer," tho "Liberty
bond speculators," und other alleged
groups, are backing Senator Hard
ing, the governor asserted. Kniph.i
slzing that Hpcclul racial group ap
peal wero being mado, (lovernor
Cox said that tho Afro-Amoiienu
movement!! Includes "false claims
that It can bring social equality.'
"Kront tho front notch at Marlon
something has been given to every
one or theso groups,' said the govor
nor, declaring that thu primal sub
Ject w.'ih to "evade tho Issuu o,f tho
league." py promoting minor and ex-
Di'iiiamls Ia'hh Kiieis'hcrt
Tho govci-iiA-'n adilrcsrt tonight
was tho eleventh speech In this slate.
Ohloaim turned out In force at ev
ery Htop with bands. Including the
celebrated "fox band" of I'iqiia, No
strcuuoUH u:ih thu day s program
that tonight (lovernor Cox wired n
protest to Senator Harrison, chair
man of the democratic national
speaker's committee and riomauded
less exacting future programs,
The league today continued vir
tually the sain subject of thu gover
nor's addresses. An Increasing re
ligious vein, ho told 4iiidlcnc-s that
It was a "sacred and spliltual" Issue
and UJial ho was preaching the
creed of Christ" as against "the
rrecd of Cain." The league, he nutd
"was ns divinely Inspired as the Dec
laration of Independence." Hu al
so chnrged that "a conspiracy of tho
senatorial oligarchy" was directed
at world peace, and denounced Sen
ator IOdge, of Massachusetts as "thu
basest conspirator In all thn history
of tho human inc." Tho governor
reiterated charges of a "conspiracy
of silence" In withholding publica
tion of tho league covenant.
"Hauls Out" Youngster
Hoys at Wnpakoncta bwirlng large
lithographs of Senator Harding and
shouting for the senator cauued Gov
ernor Cox to declare that ho had dis
covered a new "contotnptlblo'L plan
of thu opposition. (lovernor Cox
questioned one young boy. who kept
unfurling u naming poster in a mo
ator alslu directly beforo the cover
nor. who had "hired or told" him to
flaunt the poster, The boy replied
"You go home and tell your moth
er that you dldu l tell tlio trtilli
the governor replied. "Thero Is a
meat deal nf money being used In
'.his rampHlgn and one of tho pucu
CONTISflll) ON I'AIIII H1XTKHN.
BIG OIL FIRE IN IOWA
I.O-S rxliuatcil at Sl.otlll.imo; I Ire
men Control lllae Aflrr Several.
Hours of Kuril Work.
HKS MOINKS, tut. 14. Klro
fighters this evening gained control
of the blaxe whu h has distroyed
2,0011,000 gallons of traxollne and
crude oil stored In the Manhattan
Oil lornpniiy's tanks here. The lire
started this afternoon following a
small explosion In one of the tanks,
thought liy hoiiii. 10 have been caused
by lightning The adjoining tanks,
owned by the Cedar Kaplds anil
other nil companies, aro now thought
to he safe. The loss Is estimated
at Jl, OOO.OOO.
C00LIDGE INTO CAMPAIGN
(inwriHir Leave: for South to Seiiil
Two wirlii 1111 Tii.
ItOS-TON', Oct. 14. Onvernoi
Coo'ldge left today for New Yoik.
preliminary to 11 spenklng tour of
several border and southern sjates In
connection with his eampnlgn as the
republican candidate for vlyo
president. II will remain In New
York tonight anil will go tomorrow
to I'lnla'tclphla, where he will speak
in the evening Sa'tinlay ho will gi
tn Wa-httiTton where Punday ho wt I
board a npc la) train for a week'-,
tour rf Kertucky North' Curollim
West Virginia Virginia and Maty
and He vvll let urn tu Host on Octo
Head Move to
Hy MILDHHD MOUHIH.
WASHINGTON. Oil. II
Ann i ll un workers In tho
arsenals, munitions plants and
navy ytrds are preparing to
tniikn what Is declared to be tho
first t'fnctlcal nyive to end war.
Tim Natlonifl Machlnlts as
portation, one of the moat po'
eitul orgnnlratloiis In tho t'ttltod
Slates, with a membership of
ar.0,000 and control over nil tho
organlitfd machinists employed
In tho miiiiufiieiuro of munitions
and naval vessels, will take
initial steps within a mouth to
call 11 conference of m'tal wotk
ris of tho world for conceited
action on a program to bring
about world's disarmament
Thla aitnouncenient, coming tn
todav front William II. John,
stun, head of thn orgnnlxntlnu,
produced a sensation In official
labor circles. The move, It was
pointed out. Is tho most radical
departure from the policies of
orgnnlred labor that has been
taken In years and assume spe
cial Importance beeaiiso It comes
from tho third largest union in
American Kcilerntlnn, of Labor.
Next to thn miners", It Is re
garded ns tho most powerful
body affiliated with tho federa
tion, Also It constitutes, In ef
fect, a repudiation of Samuel
(lumpers' stand on Hutopenu la
bor. CRANK' TELLS OF
- BABY'S MURDER
Put Uody in River to Keep
Earth and worms I rom
It, He Declares
LAD WAS SMOTHERED
Overcome With Grief, Pas
qunle Can't Find a Nnmo
Strong Enough to Call Self
I'HILADKI.I'HIA, (lot. II. Dis
trict Attorney K. X. Iteiinlnger, cr
Monti-ornery county, today gave out
11 confession nllegei to navo ueon
written by Aunusilo lVsniialo, the
"crank," In which ho tells in detail
of tho kidnaping nuu rtttio'.lui'lnu of
15-inonlhs.old Illakoly Coughlln.
Tho allegid confession ,n lu essen
tial Points, follows tho one glveit out
Revival days ago by Major Lynn O.
Adams, huporlntundont of tho I'unu
syivunnn unto poluo.
Tlio eoiifofslnii, an given mt uy
the district attorney, says I'astpialu
wan in tho vicinity of Morrlstown
last May to raid tulophouu pay itu-
tlonii, tuid whllo walking along tho
tuud heard n baby crying, and .tn
11, older put It to sleep uml loft tho
room. This guvo him tho Idea to
hlc.al tho child for latiwxii,
A few minutes later, according to
thn confrMilon. l'nmiualo returned to
the Couglillu housu nud etileied the
baby's loom by n Inddet. When .h"
baby started to cry ho wrapped 11
ei.ia annuo! the child, cia o trom
the IndiW and afljr vvalltin,- utiuui
three-itiurtors of 11 mile, ho sat down
11 kioh at thu bull) ai.il uiiiiu linn
'I killed him by holding hltn too
light ni'iuild by brrsHMt a little too
long thu c)iu anion him. .0 i."t
Knowing what to do with him tln.11,
1 too him down to th'i river no-
caime 1 dldu t want to put nim 111
tin- ground on account that I d.U not
want the dirt and wortnns to iuulIi
I no. Tin 11 I tok h:m to Hie river
and sitting there by tho track with
the boy on my lap until 1 see day
light coiiiiiiv!-, '1 n 11, not dining 10
bold hi ii any lonnor, 1 tied with
.1 string that I found on a wagon on
the stone quarry iio.utiy to a piece
of rail that was also In the quairy.
'linn I threw all Into the river."
The (o-nfenHlou wild I'liwinale had
tn lt until tho nevvsiinPei-H cum. jnt
with the store of Hie kidnaping In
fore be could leurn the 'lutlie . f lllf
1 hlM' pareiilx and wrlu thu loiter
to them for monev.
"I can't find a name strung
enough for myself.'' l'uHipiaie is al
leged to havo written. He said ho
had no Intention ol bnrnilng the
baby, and that he would havo ru
mined tho child cvun :f lie d.d ii"t
receive any monev. ' Hir I'm bis
murderer, I asked him,'' tho state
JlUlsncl'l.ll- Vliunn.iq'n I
Coolidne to Debate
HVANSVILLIJ. 1ml., Oct. 14.
Franklin D. Ilousevolt tonight chal
lenged Governor Coolldge to a Joint
debate on tho league of nations, "any
tlmo, any place." The chnllungc
was contained lu a telegram oil -
dressed to Senator l'nt Harrison,
chairman of tho domocrutK national
sin aktra' bureau.
Mr Hoorjcvelt spent another
sire minim day campaigning by uu -
tomobllo throughcouti?ru Indiana
Tho league of iiu'lunn vvns tho
principal subject uf ull hid addresses.
lVs u Question of "Wilson
League" or "A League"
Signers of Statement Certain
He Will Work for Right
Kind of Association
31 SIGN THE DECLARATION
Hoot,' Hoover, Wiekcrsham,
nnd Hughes Included in
Prominent Men Quoted
NUW YOltlf. Oct. 14. A state
ment explaining the positions lidtlffi
presidential eampnlgn of 31 iWitul
nent mon who hnvo advocated mniio
form M International agreement wan
Issued over their signatures horo to
night und announced Uiey would
support Senator Hn i d lng.
lolhu Hoot, Horimrt Hoovor,
Oeorge W. Wlckersham, Henry I
Kllmsoti, A. Lawrence Lowell, Hohry
W. Taft and Charlen H. IHlgheH wcro
among tho signers of tho statement
"Tho undersigned, who deslrn thnt
thn United Htnten shall do her full
pit? In association with tho othot
civilized nations to prevent war, havo
carriectly consl'lcred how wo inni
contribute most effectively to that
end by our votes In tho coming elec
Tito Henl (uctdloii.
"Tho question between tho candi
dates (Harding nud Coxl Is not
whether our country shall Join In
such an awficlatlnn. It In whether
wo shall Join under nn agreement
containing tho exact provision nego
tiated by rrrwldcnt AVIIson nt 1'arls,
or under nn ngreomnnt whloh ornlti
or modifies boiiio (it Ihoso provision
Kilch are very objectionable to great
,ii , l, nt Ainn,lnnn iitlilii.
The paper nlgned by 38 republican
seiUtnrs In March, 19 1, bcfviro tho
Ic.touo covenant wiih adopted nt
rails, ndvlsed tho president that tho
slgnrm could not npprovo n treaty
In tho form then proposed, although
It was 'their slncern dcslro that tlio"
n.itioim of thn world iihould unite to
promoto pence and general disarma
ment.' Wilson. Turned Down Senate.
"A malorlty of thn srnalo voted
tn ratify tho league agreement with
mollifications, which, thorn Is good
evidence to iibnw. would hnvn been
accepted by the other tuition. Hut
Mr. Wilson rerused tn accept theso
modifications and Insisted upon tho
agreement absolutely tinchangwL.
and democratic senators, sufficient
III number to dcrV'iit tho treaty un
modified, followed Mr. Wilson by
voting against tatlflcatloti.
rivjt Is substantially tho dlffon
enco lSetweotl the parties now. Tin
rtemofcrutle platform and candidal
stand unqualifiedly for tho agree,
metit negotiated at 1'arls without
Thu Itcptibllcnn Staml.
"On thn other hand tho republican
plntform nays: 'The republican parts
stands for ngreomont among tho na
tlnns to preserve tho penco of tin
world. Wo bollevo thut such an Inter
national association must bo baser
upon International Justice and muni
provide methods which shall main
lain Hie rule of public right by tin)
development of law nnd tho decision
of Impartial courts; nnd which shall
secure Inmant and general Interna
tional conference whenever pcaco
shall bo threatened hy political ac
tion, so thnt tho nations pledged to,
CONTINIJIJO ON I'AOH SIXTHI3N.
Outbreak of 'Typhoid
Reported at Ft. Smith
VCtUT SMITH, Ark., Oct. 14 Of
ficials of the state health depart
ment ennfurred with local health
authorities and physicians hero to
night on tho outbrenk of :t1i cases of
typhoid fever which have beon re
ported lu the last few days.
DAVIS BACK TO ENVOY POST
Aflrr lle'H Through In Knghihil HoTl
lln 11 New York Ijivvyer.
NHW YOUK, Oct. ll.John W.
Davis, ambassador tn Oreat llrltaln,
who now Is In tho city, will return
to his post Octoher
Upon tho expiration of his term
of office Mr. Davis will return to
this country and become a member
of tho law firm of stetson, Jennlngi
& Ilussel of this city.
Farmer & Duran
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