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. VOL. XV, NO. 24.
One Killed, Two Wounded
ami Captured in Fight
in Ohio Town
EIGHT IN DARING RAID
joO.oi'O in Loot Dropped As
Citizens Close in On Gang
as Motor Balks
NOTED CRIMINAL PRISONER
JijrifV Lostencir, Wanted for
Murder and Robbery, One
cf Raiders Shot Down
I LAND, Oct, 21. George
Lostencir. miit to bo tinder
t In iniiny states opm
t niunU'r mid robbery, H
it . at a local hospital shot
t thr u-ck, n tlio .result of n
ittlu tit Hertford, 10 miles
h rc late today, which resulted
d ii'h of one liamllt, tho sorl
n . Hug mid capturo of two
d the probable fatal shoot-
i. irk clerk. More than 200
tie wait tho culmination of
.,c moNt spectacular bunk
i3 ever staged In thin state.
which eight bandits held up
iir ,d brunch of tho Cleveland
dead man was Identified by
. n experts na Albert Joyce,
til i J .inso.i.
C'llien Shoots Hunk Clerk.
Wi lam Petrlc, a bank clerk, wiib
the Mi"ini of .n shotgun In the
hands of a citizen who had nn
jncrt ) the burglar alarm and m s
tOf.K him for one of the hajidlts as
he eraer.Td from tho bank. Physl
slelans say ho Is dying.
The r ibbery occurred Just n tho
tnk w ih closing. .Six of the gang
entered with drawn revolvers and
commanded the five employes and
three customers to tho rear of the
building. Tho employes were forced
to Ho on their faces, und the cus
limers were placed under guard In
' Fjiine nil tho money In sight,
ald to nhount to $50,000. the ban
dits rushed Into the strict. Almost
Mmuhaneously Ocorgi C. FI.'oklngcr,
touch.nl tho burglar nlnrm which
sounded in every downtown business
home of Bedford.
E W I'orter. a tiro dealer, one of
who was nt the wheel of tho wait
.Money Loft In Anto.
Uco' 'e to start the engine, tho
othe unfits tied .leaving tho money
InU' n the machine. During the
ens' ts battle, Iohtcnelr, Harrv
Stone and un un'dentlfled man
were . lnded. It. Westborn iiro
prle' r f n Krccry 'bringing down
Tf ?n tonight nre searching for
the I- r other members of tho gang
M'ADOO'S VOICE IS FAILING
termor Kecrrtiir)' IJuw Spanking
urn i an .vearceir Ho ileum.
OfiliRV. T'tnli riff 11 Wllllnni
0, Mrvdoo mndo two addresses here
lOda"' 'he first to a thoater audience
at 9 v o'clock and tho second to
ranrr-j workers In tho railroad
.Mr M'Adoo's voleo was In bad
rape Members of his parlr said
( nau iieen taking strenuous treat
Mm keen his throat In speaking
roniii.n Tho former cabinet mom
ner u"rrod a strong plea for tho
adapti n nf the leaguo of Inatlons
and win loudly cheered when ho ro-
Kvrowo mat ir tho republicans wore
Ine covenant and democrats
' he would vote for Senator
.leaker read nrtlclo 10 and
1 "nsldernblo tlmo to answer-
Nm which had been dl
c'" i ognlnst that article.
ONE HELD IN DREVVES CASE
IcnnMlvnnln V. rreshinnn Clinrged
Wlib Murder or Dartiiinutli T,ad.
Vh VDBU'HIA, Oct. 31. A.
ya"- barging him with tho
der i itncr C. Drewes. Dartmouth
cnllr (jorvinr wn lxs.nr.il tnr Wll.
11.1 IS "
wh. . .
t fines, a University of Penn-
freshman, by -Mv dlstrlctl
"i the police
lltiu (rintrtt. no i
. .1 11 .,-
,1 v i,mi. i
' '1 today nbout a mllo from'
i 'rewes' body was discovered
' day morning.
Mure ".Mntc-li President."
N'l W VniUv- rift o Wllhltr
"h. tiensurcr of the demo
"nal committee, announced
'bat a now record for re
match tho president" con
had been set today
or 13 checks for
Oct. !1 - Maximum
-,1tt. . ..... fl.au.
KiHmjia Friday erobibly liowfrn
enrt crntrnl pnrtlom, .Saturday
'Mr modrratt. tempt rature
SA8 Friday Inervlnic cloud.
,. ' -rn ihowera In wt and cntrl
Ik - 'turlay unaatlUd prl.t
f.itA''H.AS Vnaettled Friday; Baturdiy
T IDAV'S local kvknth
l il"".".r ot "inmrr, dltsctora'
'. 1UUI Tula, Hill,
IIuvo you registered?
This iuestl(iu 1m Important be
cause If your naino IsTtut cn the
precinct registration books by
closing time tonight you will not
be entitled to register your
eholco for president and the other
nominees of your party on Tues
day, November 2.
If you huvo registered before
and have not moved and the pre
cinct boundary lines have not
been changed there Is no notes
ilty of registering again. You must
also have lived In tho precinct 30
days previous to November 2 be
fore you arc entitled to vote.
Hut tho best thing to do Is -to
make cartain. Jlelter phono No.
1C19 nnd republican headquar
ters will sot you right. lU'me.n
her this Ih tho last' ilrty.
Ono change In precinct regis
tration placco wan mailo Thurs
day by County ltcglstrar Vernon
Seaman, who renioVed J. C. Uun
vou as registrar In No. 10 and
changed tho place from 42 1
North Hoston to tho Northslde
fire, station on North Main street
with O. 13. Hanson In charge.
70 FEET ON MAIN
f. E. Duffy Pays Record
in Price for Choice Lot -
$265,000 - INVESTED
Owns Two Corners at Seventh
and Main for Which Hc
Paid Out .$175,000
J. K. Duffy, a iilonccr oil man of
this city, has since the first of tho
year Invested $205,000 In South Main
street business property, thus evi
dencing his faith In tho continuation
of Tulna'a growth and prosperity.
Tho laBt purchase mado was thcl
eny octween Sixth nnd Kevonin
sOrcetH. Kor this he paid J9Q.000,
which Is tho record price for realty
in that section or tho city.
Conlrols Tvo Corners.
Other pieces of property recently
nurchasfcd nfe tho McCrary corner
at Seventh ailTl Main streot at a cost
of $76,000, and tho Joo Washington
comer at tho same location ior
$100,000. Tho latter corner Is Im
proved with a ono-story brick build
ing fitted out In small storo rooms.
Joo wasnmgum nr turn uuukih
tho unimproved corner at Tenth and
Main streets for 41,&uu on wnicn no
I now hull illnc a . brick building.
Theso deals wero made through tho
agency .of Theodore uoxi
Marts siuiMiuu iiiiiuiuk.
Cox commenced work this week
upon the 100,000 buslnccfi and
apartment building ho Is construct
ing at tne corner oi iiuuci " nm-i-i
and Hoston avojiue. Tins ouiuung
will have flvo store rooms on mu
trrmirifi floor and oloven kltchenotto
apnrtmonU on tho second floor.
K00 QUITS UNITED STATES
Chlnoso MJnMcr nt Washington for
Flu; Years Mown to J"imon.
tV'ASHINOTON. Oct. 21. -Dr. Kl
Kylun Wellington Koo. who for
nearly flvo years has been Chinese
minister nt Washington, oaao niro
eell todav to tho American i'ople.
Ho left tonlglit for Now York, whero
ho will board tho steamer Lafayotto
for France Saturday.
Dr. Koo has been appointed Chi
neso minister at London, succeed
Ing Mr. Hze. who has been trans
ferred to Washington, but who will
bo unablo Co nRsumo his duties hero
for several months. On his arrival
In Trance. Dr. Won Will go to (Je
nova 16 Join tho Chinese delegation
nt the meeting of tho nweinbly of
the league of nations, November 15.
RELEASE CAFJUSO SUSPECT
Tolmclc, Charged With Hl .Towel
Then. lYeeil by tint Tollee.
NEW YOIlK. Oct. 21. Harry C.
mur-lToback, nneht.d several duys ago
i an a susiicct in connection with tho
I 1500.000 Caruso gem theft, wa.l lls-
charged In court today. The stiilo
rocnpi.nended. thnt th.f .lefend.int . a
by "trlet Mrocoin tn evvry ,,, n tho United
ght. rlnes.n exonerated after tjfcMI on h- , If r1)(,rts we have can bo
e. is the owner 'J nX, L-a Joi ho was confirmed this will doVelnp into tho
'kn'o'Snntlo J&o'hJv? Snio!l aiT pwt bl-t Immigration scanda, In his
? . ',"In ""C of tho singer's collection. tory." (
ilof tho singers collection.
Labor Leaders Lose Control
Of Striking-British Workers
By Tha Aaaoclaltd I'rewt.
LONDON, Oct. 11- Thn cabinet
discussed tonight tho grave situa
tion arising out of thathrcnt of the
railway and transport workers tn
forco the government to mgotl.lte
with tho miners. Whether any deci
sion was reached was. not diseased
up. to 10:30 o'clock,
Two gravu nucstlonn are exorcising
,,,.tl i I nnd Industrial wdrlu.
ih,. firm, to what extent tho i.ibo
lenders nro losing control of the
workers; second, whether a po.ltlcnl
crisis and an appeal to tho country
will dovolop put of tho nilnora' din
puto. iimi.r t.lnvrt fleorco waH In
formal conversation with some
INDICT ARMOURS Reed Flays Cox and Harding
FOR BIG PROFITS!70'76 Sem' Nation's Hopei
Packing Company and Its
Officials Face Charge
BIG MONEY IN LAMBS
Meat Costing 18c u Pound
Sold at 23c and 35c in Goth
' am, Complaints Allege
'BITTER JOKE' PACKERS SAY
Chicago Office Claims Lamb
Buftjness as a Whole Is
Showing Actual Loss
NEW YORK, Oct. 21. Tho fed-
i oral-grand Jury today, as tho result
of a secret investigation cnniiucioo
by an assistant of tho attorney gen
eral's office, returned an Indictment
acalnst Arniodr nnd company. Ulil-
cugo packurs, and against the offi
cers of tho company lmiiviaiiauy.
charging them with profiteering In
violation of tho I.ovcr act.
Tho' company officers Indicted In
clude :J. Ogden Armour, president,
S. Klson White, vice president,
Herbert A. I'hllllps, maimger of the
dressed sheen department in Oil
cago, Arthur It. van Pelt, district
superintendent In New York. Indict
nients also wore returned ngalnst
Charles A. Neyer, an assistant In the
off co of Vice President Wlllto and
William A. Nctttch, another employe,
In this city.
Tho Indictment contlns 137 count.8
each of which describes a oalo of
New ZeTand lamb at an alleged
unlawful and Minroasonablo rato
(lining April, May and June. The
meat, It Is charged, cost Armour nnd
company (IS, IC per 100 pounds; that
tho lowest It was sold for was $23,
and iho highest $35. All, sales were
mado to customers In Manhattan
and the Hronx.
Tho Invev.lgtitlan on which tho In
dlctment whs based covered eight
weeks, during which period It was
found, according to the Indictment
Mint tho average, selling prices of
Ihu entire shipment of Now Zealand
litnib disposed of by Armour nnd
company, was $25.17 per 100 pounds
ami the average net profit to the
iiiu imiicuncii! was reporteu to
hcdurul Judge Augustus N. Hand.
IlATIIint IirPTKH .lOKIl"
j !:' j.i it is PACicr.ns
UJlIUAnn. (let. 21. Doclar Inn
wnoic Bnowing a losa, it suems ralh
that "with our Iamb business as a
er a bitter Joke to Indict us for mak
ing too much money," officials of
Armour and company lato today is
sued a$Htntemont commenting on the
indictments returned in Now York
today, chnrglng profiteering.
-Tho statement follows:
"Wo nre at' a loss to understand
theso Xew York Indictments. The
reasonableness of profits cannot hi'
Judged by .a few transactions. Wo
mado some mono through tho sale
of Now Zealand lambs, but wo did
not make enough on them to offset
our losses wo sustnlncd on domestic
Iambs, nnd with our lamb business
ns a whole showing a loss, It seems
rather a bitter Joko to Indict us for
making too much money. Tho net
result of tho Now Zealand lamb
business wa to gtvo consumers meat
for less monoy than they would
otherwise have had to pay."
New Comers Itobbeil of Hugo Rumx
by .Orirnnled Sklndlcrs, Says
U. S. CuMou Official.
NEW-YOHK. Oct. 21. As tho ro
suit of nn Investigation of fraudu
lent organlwitlons snld to have
fleeced Immigrants out of largo sums
to gain them ndmltlanco to tho
United States, Harry S.-blaet. assist
ant to Commissioner of Immlgrntlon
WalllH, announced today at ICllls
Island that ho would recommend all
organizations doing business with
Immigrants bo put under legal su
pervision. "The offices: of many of theso or
ganizations on New York's east side
have suddenly closed," he wild, "a'rtd
are apparently out of business since
wo have taken up tho Investigation.
Krom the teportB Unit lire frfiwlng
Into my office, tne organizations nre
thn labor leaders today, but little
I.;. no seems to bo entertained that
iho government will recedo fropi Its
nosltlon. Insisting upon an In
creased output, or isibmlsslon of tho
dispute to an Independent tribunal
as a condition ior nn increase in
Hubert Smlllle, the miners leader,
sneaking In Glasgow tonight ac
eiihcd the government of desiring to
rinnvu the hlnderances to cheaper
and greater production which wero
found In tho present poweis of tin-
trade ulilnns. Ho promised ihu If
Increased wages were granted the
miners would cn-operato with tho
ownors and Increase, the output by
20 OOO.ooo tons in four or live
TULSA, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1920.
Fears Wilson's Influence If Cox
encc of "Hoot and the Intewialional Bankers" If Hard-
ing wins; naps une-ttian uuio oy rresiticni
KANSAS CITY, Oct. 21. Scn
ntor James A. Heed, In a personal
ly conducted meeting at Conven
tion hull hero tonight, for tho pur
pose, ho said, of giving an account
ing of his slewni'dshlp, declared
that so long ns the voters "elect a
senate that believes In national
ism as ngalnst iiiternntlon.ilisin,"
their Intertstn will be safe.
"No treaty ran over have tho
breath of life breathed Into It ex
cept In the United States senate."
ho continued. "Tho rtemocriitlg
candidate for president Is for thn
present league, of nntlons with
reservation, but nobody knows
what they nre; If ho Is iilected,
I fear tho Influence of Woodrow
"Tho republican candidate for
president Is for an association of
nations, bill asserts ho docs not
know what It wlH be; If ho. Is
elected I shudder at tho Infliiuncu
of Hllhii Hoot nnd tho Interna
Neeil n Hostile Kennle.
"Obviously, America's Interests
demand tho election of a stnate
thnt will spurn every form of In
ternationalism. Wo have already
added to tho democratic list of
Irrecoiicllablcs Thomns 12. Watson
of Georgia. Senator Thomns of
Colorado has been drafted by the
lovors of America to enter tho
field ns nn Independent democrat,
nndas nn Irreconcilable foo of (htMfiustato nnileounty offlres.
FOOD IS FORCED
"I've Been Tricked" Is His
Lament After Learning
of the Feeding
70TH DAY OF STRIKE.AGAINS. WHEAT GAMING
Prisoner Pleads With Wife
Not to Leave Bedside, Fear
ing "Another Torture"
Pray for His Death,
Cork Citizens Told
LONDON, Oct. 21. Annlo
MncSwIney, s.ster of Terence
MaeSwIney, todny sent the fol
lowing telcsrani-lo "cl'lzens of
Cork" of which city MncSwIney
Is lord mayor; .
"Terence ,( the mosl lo-
lent delirium. PIchm: jirny
for Ills miccily ilvttUi."
LONDON. Oct 21. Terence Mac
Swlney, hunger striking Jord mayor
ot uork was ominous mosi or uinuy.
He was forcibly fed thin morning,
last night' and again this evening.
Till wart the seventieth dny of Mac
Swlney's self Imposed fast.
Mrs. MacSwlney, wife of tho fum-
oiih prisoner, was weopljAg and ex
cited when she left tho Ilrlxton Jail
Infirmary at 2 o'clock this afternoon.
Terence has been cieiirioiw most
of dny,'' sht .ild. "I hold Dr.
Griffith responsible for It. He forced
two teaspoons of beef extract" Into
Terrcnco's mouth this monilrrg.
Terence was too weak to nako ef
fective protest, but ho raved aiioui
It whi-n ho became dalrlouH.
iVo protested but were threat
ened1 that we would bo barred from
tho prlHOn If we. objected.'' Mac
Swlney's wife, hln sister Aiwle, and
tho Hev. Knther Dominic, his per
sonal spiritual adviser, spent con
siderable of tho day at the bedside,
administering such comfort as they
"ni'd. MTicSwIney s mind wandered,
During n lucid Intervol he heard a
slight noise near his cot nnd turning
to his wife, murmured In Pleading
tones: "Plenso do not leave me,
They nro proparlng another torturn
for me. '
PrnvlnuH to being fed Jf.icSwJney
had lost his semte of taste but the
fond revived it. When he regained
"onsclousiuss, he turned to Ills t
ter who was Kteated at his bedside,
and whispered: "I li.'ive been
tricked." The pnroxyms of delirium
left MacSwlney weaker but he
BPomed to revive slightly after the
'idmltijstrntlon of beef extract nnd
MncSwiney's brother. John, and
sister, Mary, attempted to Visit him
during tho rtlght but the Jail phy
sicians' refused to allow them in the
ward They were told hy nurses
that MncPwlnev's stomach had re
acted against the unaccustomed food
nnd 'hat It resulted In a violent fit of
vomiting. Even after be hnd be
come cutlet McSwIney's mind was
nbscHsod with thoughts of feeding.
lie kept muttering. "Oh, tako It
Colbu Raps Scarchinp
of Di plomats I Trunks
WASHINOTON. Oat. 21. Sccro
tary Colby said today the state de
partment wa determined to protect
the baggage of tho dlplomntlo repre
sentsJIves of foreign nntlons from
starch' bv cl. stuns officials. Ho de
clared thHt If necessary, tho depart
ment would I'.vcike thn principle, o'
Intcrnntl-nv w which ho snld was
older than 'to constitution of the
Wins; "Shudders" at Influ-;
"So Important dn t regard tho
election of a senate hostile to the
Infnmous doctrine S)f liitei niitlim
iillsm, that 1 nm hurrying to tho
close of this nddress that I mny
git to Wisconsin, where thoro Is
n contest between l.enroot ,ono of
tho mildest of tho mild leserva
tlonlsts, anil a democrat who en
dorses the league almost without
change. 1'nless a third cnudldato
Ih elected, lnroot will bo re
turned. I'nder theso circum
stances, I deem It tny duty to glvn
,cill tho aid 1 can to the Independ
ent republican Thompson, who In
running for tho senate upon an
American platform, and who de
clares ho Is opposed to any kind of
alliance, leaguo or association
with Huropo. ,
WiiiiIa So (icrninni7cl America.
"If tho tlmo ever comes when
congress takes orders from tho
president, he will bo tho solo rillor
of thn land. 1 decline to nsslst
In reducing thn United States sen
n(o to tho lcyrl of tho Herman
"I protested Rgalnst Importing
from Orent llrltnln a man whom
I believed to be acting In tho In
terest of the Hrltlsh government,"
Senator Heed continued, In speak
ing of Herbert Hoour, former
food administrator. v
Senator Heed gave his vigorous
support to democratic candidates
' SPEAKS TONIGHT
Arrives at 5 This After
noon, Talks at Conven
tion Hall at 7:30
Former Governor of Kansas
.Has Idea to Offer Congress
to Abolish 'Wheat Robbery'
Sonntnr Arthur Capper of Kansas
will arrive about 5 o'clock this af
ternoon from Hartlcsvlllo and will
speak at Convention hal at 7:30
o'clock. Tho senator comes here un
der tho nnsplcfu, of tho republican
nntlonnl spankers' mirrnii.
.Volnhlifi on Ilccepllon Commit tec.
Ho will be met In front of Hotel
Tulsa upon His arrival by a roprn
soiiTatlvQ reception committee com
posed of Frifhk H. Orcnr, chairman;
;Muyor T. D. Kvujih, I. J. Hurley, 13.
O. Lingo, K. Hoger Kemp, John
Ooldsberry. Alva .1. Nlles, John ling
ers, John H. Hadley, CIiuh. H. llog-
ers, Omer K. llenedlct, Walter I
Heneaii, fJ. It. McCulloughr- A. A.
Small, ThomiiH A. Iatta, T. A. Chand
ler. 13. S. McC.Ulre, Halph 13. Camp
bell, c. O. Krye, (ierald R Onhan,
M. M. Thurmaii, S. O. Kennedy
and James A. Veasy. Veasy will
act as chairman of tho meeting at
Convention hall. Prothero'H band will
furnish music beforo tho meeting.
Senator Clipper has reccnlly'eome
out openly against Chicago's "wheat
gambling hell" which ho terms In
nocent and Innocuous beside Europe's
sulclin- club at Monto Carlo, and
which lHbporalod under the guise of
respectability by tho Chicago board
of trado. Capper declares this
agency through gambling In wheat
futures hau forced thn price down
and has made tho farmer the goat
Has a Cure.
The senator says he Is now work
ing on a pieaHiiro to abolish tbls
form of robbery, and that the bill
will be presented on the first ..v of
the next cnngrvB In order t.. what
he terms, "put this den of thiives"
out of business.
While no is Interested In all lines
of business endeavor, Capper Is par
ticularly Interested In tho agricul
tural welfare of the. nation, and Is a
re.idv ehamnlon for the farmers He
Is owner of several farm publica
tions. In nddltlon to a dally newspa
per at Topekn, Kan.
REWARD FOR NEGRO
$1,000 Offered for Arrest of Hlflrlc
Who AsfMlillcil Willie iin ill.
Okmulgee October H.
llv Aunrlxtxl rr. Hr WIK-
OK.MULC1EE. Okla., Oct. 21.
Officials of a shcoi glass manufac
luring i ompany here, today offered
a reward of $1,000 for information
which will lead Ait tho arrest anil
conviction of tht negro who at
temnted to nhsault a young woman
here on the night of () tober 8
Offering of the reward follows
the .Attack Tuesday evening upon
white woman a mllo wouth of the
city by a ivogro, who Is described
a being tho snmo one who h-iB per
petrojed tlfo other attacks on worn
cn-tlero during tho past threo weeks
City ond county authorities, aided
by special deputies and citizens
aroused over tn situation bore, arc
working night and day on clues,
which, It )s stated, may result In
an nrrest soon.
If party who took rnjr Oaklan.1 r -ad
tar by mlalak will return It nml park
front of i;lka' rildK on lum-lcr I tv I ha
Kla.l lo pay liberal rrwjr.l lltru I -r
(Juno U2I. llllla llldk'. -AdvU
EFFORT TO BLIND
Hardinir Alleues Doino-
crate Attomnt to Avoid
the Real Issues
'CLEAN UP AT HOME'
Hint's Nation's First Duly
in Discharging Obligations
to World, He Declares
WOULD ABOLISH 'CZAfilSM'
Senator Paints Word Picture
of the Ideal America He
Will Strive to Secure
HUI'KAI.O,' Oct. 21. -Chnrglng
hat the democnitlc party had at
tempted to "blind'' the voter to do
mestic Iksiich by dewitlng Its cam
paign energies lo an already rejecte.i
foielgu iiiogriiiii. Senalor Harding
told a crowd tonight that the first
eal duty of the nation In discharging
Us ohllgiitlons waH to 'put Its own
house In ardor."
In a wet Id readjusting Itself after
the trial of war. said the nominee.
the Pulled Mutes could bent lend Its
aid tollstrcss foreign untloiis by set
ting an example or sieaurast democ
racy and eiiiul opportunity. Tersely
ho reviewed the program for domctt
tlc rehabilitation presented bv him
In his many campaign speeches anil
lectured the progressive thought of
tho country should turn to iiiich n
program miner limn concern ttseir
longer wltti tlio versalttcH league
Mak'ng; Ills' second extended
speech of tho "Tftvy, tho candidate
spoke hole In the Hroadway audi
torium. Knrller In the day, at a
meeting In ltocliester, Senator Hard
ing had stated again his position on
tho league and had challenged the
demncrullc critics to show wherein
he had been Inconsistent.
'I'o Coiicluile In Ohio,
The auditorium slieech was tho
last of tho campaign on Senator
Huntings speaking schedule outside
his home stnte Leaving into to
night, his special train will reach
Million tomorrow morning.
In hla references In th(i leaguo of
nations hero tonight, tho nuintnoo
(aid there wiih no difference botwis
h m and Unvornor Cox "hi our teal
'zntlon L'lUtvtlin Amnrjran people do-
si re to enteiyinto Homo Kimi or nn
association oP nations which will
prevent wnr-nnd will Interweave all
peoples with tho bonds of penaefiil
Hut there nro two marked d f-
fcfenerfH between us," ho continued,
the first of til. hi. Is to ho found In
tho fact that my opponent is Insist
ing upon the adoption of ttio no
changed Paris league. The ropubll-
nv p.'Sltlon Is the oxael opnoslte of
that position. The American peni.Ie,
mm well as tho senate op the United
-Hntcs, long ago rejected the presi
dent's plan which my opponent Is
now trying to Keep alive. lSven If
my opponent were elected ho would
be umihlo to put tils progrnm Into
effect and America would have to
wait for many years, perhaps, be
fore sho could o united with any
Ilnps the, "Inflexible Policy."
'I consider It much more construc
tive to refrain from dictation of any
I consider It niorn
CONTINUHO ON vllAOK RMJV1SN
f.'ovcrnor ItobcrlMiii nnd Parly of
CMiiciaiK to .mcci .Mr, Mar
shall This .Morning.
Ily Aaafclate.l I'reaa Htalo Wlrr.
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla., Oct. 21.
Vice President Marshall will be
net at Wlster, Ix'fluro 'cottnly. by
lovcrnor HohcrtHon and a parly f
tate officials when ho enters l ie
state to begin his two-day speaking
n.ur ininoiroiv morning. The mirtv
!efl lure tonight.
Hesldes tho governor, tho party In-
"lii.lfM 'Mrs. ItobertHiin, Attorney
O.-nernl Kreellng, fleorge i Short,
assistant attorney general, former
Governor Cruce and D. A. Stovnll
and Allen M Stie.t. both doeocrntlc
Male campaign luacbiuarlerM. Mrs.
Marfluill will accompany tho vice
The ri.eaklng schedule for the vice
president Is- lliin at the enutli-
"HHtern Okl.ihonia f.lr, 2-3'l n'eloek
tomimow af. rin...n . DuninU K
1 e tiinioii nw night' McAI'ster
.t noon K . t in .in v . Muslcge,., s
o'rlcrU S.'llm.l.iv lllgbl It Is POt
Xfneli'1 tiy perty leaders thut the
vlst pi . ld' t.t wIM he able to come
'.. I )kl iln.in.l City.
Billion-Dollar Cut in Budget
Secretary Houston Promises
Ily W. II. ATKINS. I
I. N H. Start CotreapondMif.
WASHINOTON, Oct. 21. Un 1
Sam will muko a $1,000,000,000 . ul '
In hlH budget for next year, n.-.oid-Ing
to U. opinion of treasury off!-,
clals today. The 1921 estimates ..f
gnveriiment expendlturcH ate In Ing
cloauty )aretl clown and before the
figures nio put Into final form f..r
submission tn congress tho redic -lions
mny even exceed tho bllll.m
mark. It was stated at tho treasury
Dissolution nf war establihhmcrits
and varied emergency projects, and
thu consequent decrease In govurn
$25,000 Bribe K
To Union Chief
Ni:V YoK, Oil 21. EphtUm
It a real estate man and
bulldei. testifying before the Joint
legislative committee Investigat
ing the alleged building matotlahf
trust, declined that he hud paid
$2t.,nno to Oeorge Hacker, another
builder, to have a strike)
called off on on.) of the buildings
which lie una erecting.
Levy asserted that Hacker said
he want .mI the money lo pay "Mr.
llrlu.lell nnd a comnilllne."
Mr. Hrllidell Is president of tho
building trades council of New
Lew declared h was erecting
n $2,000,000 building when Ills
men suddenly "wnlkjed out" not
withstanding that ho was employ
ing union men and paying union
The witness said Hint he paid
f IS. ono to Hacker and arter the
men returned, paid tho remainder
of the $10,000. Iloth chechH wero
offered In evldonro.
TRUST IN GOTHAM
Officials Raid Office of
Attorney for Unions
and Seize Papers
LAWYER UNDER .FIRE
Joint Legislative Probe of Al
leged Unlawful Scheme
Now la Under Way '
NEW YOIlK, Oct. 21. Agents of
tho fllnto attorney generals office
this afternoon raided tho office of
John T. Hottrlck. attorney for groups
of master plumbers, stono cuttors
and ventilator contractors, and
sohtetl documents and records which
will be brought before the Joint
legislative committee Investigating
an aliened build nit material truHt
Tho seizure followed tho refusal
of Mr. Hottrlck. while testifying be
fore tho committee to pro. luce the
reeoidH. In his office relating lo .tho
volumo of bifslnoss and opeiatlon of
tlio codes of practices or his clients.
Mr. Ilcttrlrk, who was adjudged
In enntomnt by Senator Look wood.
chairman nf tlio committee declined
to present tho documcntn on the
ground that they "wero privileged
coiiiinunlcatlonx between nttornpy
IteprcBontnllvcs of tlio attorney
generhl'i office Immediately appeared
beforo Chief .Magistrate William
McAdoo and obtained n sench war
rant. They took possession of Mr.
Hettrlck's papers and documents,
while he was still testifying.
Mr. Untermyor at the stormy open
ing of tho Investigation ycstnrdny
had produced index cards which he
asserted represented secret member
ship In ii n unlawful scheme," Hot
trlck was directed today to produce
tho keyic to theso records. Ho de
clined on advice of counsel.
Hettrlck admitted under cross ox-
- Kimlnatlon, that hla activities hud
boon Investigated by agents of tho
depart merit oC Justice ami examined
by tho united States attorney.
COX 'IN WITH LIQUOR RING'
'I'pft Attacks Wilson Administration
as' "Perw'innl .'merriment."
HELLEVILLE, 111. Oct. 21-The.
Wilson administration was attacked
an a "persona! system of govern
ment," and Onvernor CoX, demo
cratic presidential nominee, chnrged
with nfflllatlnmi with tho "Ilrpinr
group In polities." by formci Presi
dent Taft In h canfpalgn nddresn
Tlie Issue that thn American peo
ple will vote on November "In
whether they approve the adminis
tration of Mr. Wilson," tho spi'akor
"Mr. Cyx stntes thnt ho voted
'dry' and doubtless he does hut the
Honor Interests an. not llkelv to
make n mistake In the men they
Hog Prlis-i In Itrcnk.
INDIANAPOLIS, Intl., Oct. 21.
A sharp byak In hog prices, np
pi ...i.'hlliK the pie-war level marked
trsdlng on the Indianapolis llvo
sto'k mark" t today A lrp "f 76
.enlH to $1 brought the bulk of
s.i lis di.Wn in $13 2U The top price
nt the opening wiih $13 r. 0 .
in. t.t personnel, and whereevcr pos
iilble lower estimates in all branches.
The passing of federal rail control,
alone Will effect a conslderaolo low.
crlng In the government's deficit.
Secretary of the Treasury Hons
ton expects soon to have lu final
form iho estimate now being
drafted by cabinet heads, hut the
tentative figures uliendy forecast, nn
administration request upon con
gress far approximately $'. 000 OOO.
OOO to mm thn government one year
Tim military and naval program
con, blued, I nr lulling new building
programs, may mil for an xitiay
- Of not Ivfjfi than $1,000,00,000,
KICE 5 CENTS.
IS FIRED AT COX
Statesman Backs Up Orig
inal Charges and Adds
Some New Ones
COX'S 'EMPTY WORDS'
Statement of Stand on Ar
ticle X Means, No Change,
Is Reply of Hoot
STILL AGREES WITH WILSON
No Expression of Candidate
Indicates Change of Mind
Says Republican's Wire
NEW YOIlK. Oct. 2l.-KllhU
Hoot mado nulillc the following
telegtnm tu tlovernor Cox replylnn
to tils rcqucitt to "correct" an alleged
"falro" statement in nooi h .mow
York nililress Tltesdav regarding UlO
governor's stand upon tho league of
I have today recolvod your tclo-
gram dated cterday. I would not
willingly do you injustice, im.i l uo
not think I nave. You began your
anumlgh by an Interview with the
president und mi iiuthoiltatlvo stale.
muni that j on and ho were in com
plotu accord upon tho leaguo of na
tions. I cannot bo mistaken about
bin nosltlon. Throughout tho long
struggle In tho iiepato ho neadfastty
efused to c vo bin oB"nt to any res
ervation which BiilMitnntl.illy changed
tno covenant oh ne nrougn it uacit,
He certainly him not changed, II lu
very recent utterances show that. if.
you ha,vn changed from that com-
pictiw-nconrd with him, I havo not
heard of It. Such u chaligo Is not In
dicated by thu vngua and general ix-
presslonic of your telegram snylng
hat you will accent reservations that
'will clarify, thut will bo helpful,
that will reassure tho American peo
ple, that you would sit down with
tho members of tho senate, tht yntl
wotiiu comer with Mr. Wilson, .Mr,
Tuft, and myself, and all others whd
navo a sincere purpose, etc." because)
you uru the ono who would deter
mluo what wan helpful, what would
reassuro tho American people, what
advlco you would follow nnd you are
solemnly nnd publicly pledge to nn
agreement with Mr. Wilson concern
ing tho covenant ho brought back
Ileal Ktiind on Article X, t
"There Is ono statement Vif your
telegram that docit glvo a definlta
Idea of whero you slaii.l upon what
Mr. Wilson declares to bo tho heart
of tlio IcaKiiu tho general alliance
of Article 10 by which tho United
States would undertake to gilaranteo
agaliist external aggression the terri
tory and Independence of every
member or tho louguo niid lo mnko
that guarantee good by wnr If nccos-
sary. Cou Bay In your telegram ttuit
you will accept reservations that
'will clearly state to your associates
In tho loagito that congress und con.
irress Mono has tho right to doclare
war,'and thnt 'our constitution nets
up mints In legislation
making Jieyond which wo cannot go.'
"Tlintl It seems, Is what you arn
willing to do about Article 10. Well,
it In absolutely nothing. Everybody
knows already that only congress
has n right to declaro war. and thnt
there are llmiln lo legislation and v
treaty making peiwor. AH govern
ments or an civilized nntlons kow It.
You nccomnllsh nnthlnir bv toillnir
them of l again. Tho trouble about
giving thu guarantee) provided In
Article 10 In that tho making of n
treaty containing It is a solemn na.
stirnnce to all thn nntlonH that It Is
within tho trenty-mnklng powor. and
that tho promise to mnko war bnda
t'ONTINUnt) OS PAOn TJIinTKF.N
TAKE WAGE CUT TO WORK
Kmploycn Accept ItciIiictJon to I'ro
ent Closing of l'liint.
TALL niVEH, Mass., Oct. 21,
The Mnssasott Manufacturing rnm
lmy announced today that Its em
ployes hero havo offqrod to accept
a reduction In wngos lu facn of it
threatened shutdown, said to bo duo
to high manufacturing cobis "and tho
hesitancy of tho public to buy at
thu present prices. The company
innnufnctureK cleaning waste, car'
box packing and coarso cotton mop
Tim announcement says the em
ployes voluntarily offered to uccopt
a 20 per cent reduction In wages, to
take effect October 25. Six hun
dred hands arc affected.
Huerto to Visit Texas.
EL PASO, Oct. 21. Provisional
PrcHldPlU do la Hperta nf Mexico
will visit several west Texas cities
soon after Ooncral Obregon Is In
augurated, It was statml In u spcclnl
ciispiitci) reccvveit todny by tho
Herald from Mexico City. I n will
return to his duties as Governor of
Sjmorn. Mexico, by wny of J mires
and Kl Paso, it was stated. A
Farmer & Duran
203 PaJiiio llldg. Phono ISt