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VOL. XV, NO. 25.
TULSA, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1920.
PRICE 5 GENTS.
3 MORE INDICTED
Hal Chase, Abe Attel and
William Burns Accused
in True Bills
CHASE PLANNED COUP
It Was Ho Who First Sug
gested Throwing 1919 Series
New Testimony Shows
MORE EXPOSURES LIKELY
Additional Indictments "Ex
pected When Grand Jury
Resumes Its Probe
CHICAGO, Oct. 22. Indictments
gtnst 1J persons relieved to havo
lcn Implicated In the "throwing"
of pan.ra In the. "19 10 world series
ty.Cbk.igo American league players
were rc'urncd tpday by the special
Cook county grand Jury, which has
bn Investigating the- baseball
fcsnrtal for moro than a month.
Further k Indictments aro expected
when the Jury convenes ugaln next
reek, officials declared.
.Indictments against 10 of tho men
named today previously had been
voted, but wero revotcd to over,
come Icgnl technicalities while the
other three Abo Attell, Hal Chasu
ind William Burns had only been
unofficially mentioned In connection
with the Investigation.
Three of Gambling Clique.
Charfe" and Hurnw, formor major
k-Jfrue players, and Attell, once the
ifainorwugni uoxtng cnampion of
the world, have ben accused by In
dictments of being three of the
cilauo which ''framed" tho world
Krie and arranged to brfbu Chicifgn
White Sox players for sums said to
range from (2,000 to 110,000.
All of tho Indictments charge con
ipiracy to commit an illegal act, a
crime for which a ponltmillary sen
tence mm ba gtvcn-atpdnr th UiSya
Accorrtlng'to tesltmony presented
"at least several hundred thousand
dollars" was bet and won on the
world ecrlcs. Chaso was the fjrst
nun to suggest "tnrnwtng tno se
rin, It was said, and called In tho
others to help hbji. Harry Long, a
Chkagoan told tho' Jury he alono
placed $27,000 In botH on Cincinnati
for "Sport" Sullivan of Hostou and
testlm!!' y has boon received concern
ing many other largo beta, It was
nld. i -
Others Indicted Again,
BeMdes Chase, Attwll and Burns,
today's Indictments covered two nl
lfftd gamblers, Sullivan und ia man
known to tho Jury as "fJrowil," and
the tight players owned by tho ChT
cS0 American leaguu club, against
hom truo bills previously had been
oted. They worn Jo,o Jackson and
Oarer l'elsch, outfielders; Eddie Cl
cotto and Claudo Williams, pitchers;
i "Swede" Itlsborir. shortston: "Chick"
Gandll, first baseman in 1919 but
no was not In tho big leagues this
few; Fred McMullln. utility lnfleld-
er, wd "Buck" Weaver, third bare-!
nan. Williams. Jackson and- Cl-
totte nrevlniiqlv' liar! mado sworn
confessions beforo tho Jury. Clcotto
.Hid ho was given $10,000. while
Williams said ha received $10,000.
h!oh ho split Vvlth Juuk-uii, who
confirmed thq statements of tho
to rttchcrs. Weaver, McMullln
nd Rlsberg have announced that
CONTINUED ON TAQK TWELVE!
BIG OIL COMPANY BANKRUPT
20,000,000 Concern' on llovkti
. Houston, HnysTetltlon.
HOI'bton, Oct. , 22. An ln
'oluntar notltlon In bankruptcy
filed today against, tho Qcneral
vil company, a 120,000,000 trust
eompan-j nnd tho iCIonerJal U
ompany a corporation, properties
recent",' placed In charge- of n re
. lver. nnd formerly tinder the
operatlrn of 8. K. J, Cox. Cox Is
wportrfl returning to Houston
.M.t.-i, J'llUIUU, JIJ HUH
'itrca iwo planes In tho uordon
iho petition In bankruptcy was
Med by Daniel Dlxoh of Uv.t An
tl'. II H Spenrn'rif Big Springs,
as, at i the Big Springs Abstract
fomparu Tho petition alleges tho
"mpan-, nsolvent und nks n trus-
bo appointed. A' hearing has
;:?"$!" Novemher fi. Counsel
no onipanieB Insist they nro
CANCEL WAR LOANS? NO
" Money is t ik, (jiven Awny (Jho
i5iV,.A",,'rl'',"ll Advises Coolldge.
niAUIoTTH, ,N' .O.. Oct. 22.
pernor Calvin Coolldgn, repudlat-
t in v iggcstlon to cancel tho war
M owed by tho nllles, horei today
'ti America has any money
Am?iie wfiy.' H shpuld glvo. It to
21,"n'. not foredgncro.
tm ,J,e n!"' ueqh it BUggestlon," he
'. Mnt tho ten or 12 billions of
,"t due to us from abroad should
thai nrt,I!e'I It scorns to mo thnt If
wv i V'1 nfl money Is to ho given
i J' fliould bo given to Amerl
cf th, 1 to foreigners. The destiny
r, hw"r''l will havo to bo worked
cut it J! abroad will havo to work
to., 'vatlon as wo shall have
alrtar,,,,' ,,ur8- J,v,t through the
lith . n cf thiHty but through
in waing their own obllgatlona."
And Pal Green
HOT SPRINGS, Ark-. Oct. 22.
A cash purso of 16,000 ruward
for the delivery to tl(e sheriff of
this county of Tom "Curly"
Slaughter and Fulton Green, nl
lfigod to liuvo shot and )lllcd
Deputy Sheriff How Brown hero
Ottober 10, was announced to
day by tho Business Mcn'a lengue.
"For tho bodies, dead ot alive,
dollvorcd, to tho depot In Hot
Springs, of two-thirds of th! sum
for- Slaughter and ono-thlrU for
Green," Is tho brief stipulation In
tho announcement. Tho men ca
mped from this stnto Immediately
ifter the shooting, nnd wero next
hoard from when they v,oru al
leged to havo robbed a bank nt
Allunc,, near Nowata, Okla
Two men answering tho de
scription of theso bandits wero
reported In Tulsa last Saturday.
They abandoned a motor car In
tho outskirts of tho city, and
wero reported to sheriff Woolley
by a womnrC,who saw them and
thought they wero tho bandlfc.
Officers searched the city but
wero unable to find nny traco
ot the bandits.
NOTE FROM REDS
Judge Is Warned to Stop
Activities Against Rad
INOIANAPOLI. Oct. .22. A
minutes prior to his address hero be
fore the Indiana state convention of
school tcachcrH, Federal Judge IC. M.
I.andls received an anonymous note
threatening Urn If he continued his
nttackti on tho radical movement In
Amerlcn. The (Judge referred In the
note at to beginning of his address'
and declared that It was tho nttl
tudo of the radicals durlng'tho war
that was responsible for thh fact that
tho bodies of thoustnds of American
soldiers Ilo In France.
Tho note, unsigned, written on
business stationery, was addressed tp
him at tho hotel where he Is stop
ping and was delivered by mall. It
To .hid go K. M, Lund Is Hotel
"For-tho last time you are warned
to keep your d mouth shut
concerning charges that you have
mado ngalnst radical movements in
speeches at Chicago and In towns In
which you havo spoken. ' .
Judge ivindis, in referring ttv the
'My solo hope at this hour Is that
I may llvo out my life In full, about
30. yearn more, so that l may rigni
tho treasonable crowd of men who
planned nnd supported the fit. Iiuls
platform of the socialist party. The
socialists did not omit ono oppor
tunity to embnrass tho government,
and I Intend to omit not ono of cull-
tng It to tho attention of. tho people."
In no .lulls Slnco First of Year ilo
1'liiiiH to .Alal.o It no.
CONCORDIA. Kans., Oct. 22
Meet tho world's champion "Jail
king," Robert I'atton of Lincoln,
Nel. I'atton was spend'ns today In
Coacordla's Jail. It was the thirtieth
hd has visited officially by local
court orders sinco Jntuary 1.
"I'm en nir to make flfty-for the
yrtuV' said tho "."all king 1
MRS. SH0NTS ASKS SHAflE
NRW YORK. Oct. 22.--SIrs. Mll-
lad Khonts, widow of "Theodoro P.
Hhontt), formor president of th,In-
tcrnoroiign liapiu Transit company,
was given permission In tho surro
gate's court today to sue executors
of her husband's estato for $li)0,ooo.
It Is olalmed by Mrs. Shouts that her
husband acknowledged In his will
ho was Indebted to her in that
McSwiney Raves of Irish Republic;
Violently Delirious on 71st Day
A 'Glorious Death Says Brother
Ry WILLIAM L. MALlAlJAR.
I. N. H. staff Corrnpondent.
LONDON. Oct. 22.--Teronco Mae
Swlney, tho hunger striking lord
mayor of Cork, passed Into violent
fits of delirium today during which
ho raved ubout. the Irish republic,
MacSwInoy passed tho seventy fist
dnv nf .his hunter strike after a
restless nnd broken night In Hilxton-
Jail Infirmary. Mc was- umimiun
ugaln tonight nnd dldnt recognize
Ho got about ono hours sleep, but
for the most part ho tossed and mut
tered In a seml-ennslous condition
Af Urn" passed MacSwIney's men
tal condition grew worse JIo bo
enmo so bad Just before pfion that
Peter MacSwlney of Now ork,
a Itrother and Mrs. Ma-Swlney were
hastily uumrnoned to tho Jil.
! PERILS BRITAIN
Rail and Transport Work
ers May Quit to Help
OFFER AN ULTIMATUM
Will Strike Unless Govern
ment Ends Coal Mine Dis
pute, I3 Threat of. Men
Lloyd George Hopeful But
Admits Situation Is "Des
By karlk c. rhi:vj:s.
1. N. S. Stuff Currenponilent.
LONDON, Oct. 22. Tlui most
gigantic industrial tleup that any
great country fias ever liknown
menaced Orent Britain today as a
icsult of tho threat uf tho railway
men and tho'trnnsport workers to
Join tho coal miners In a general
fctrlko unless the government takes
......... ...i.i.ij nfl i..... . .
cud tho walkout In tho coal flehbt.
A general r,trlkt by tho "triplo
nlhanco" miners, railroad ' men
and transport workers, would call
out nearly 2,5uu,ooo men In addi
tion to throwing hundreds of thou
sands of other wurkuriKlnto Invol
untary Idleness. Premier Llovd
Oeorgo and tho cabinet discussed
tho situation today and worn mak
ing vigorous efforts to creatn a
foundation upon which to open ne
gotiations " to end the strlko and
prevent tho jiprend of the Btriko to
tho railroad nnd dock workers.
Tim "Ultimatum" Serwd.
Tho "ultimatum" to tho llrltlsh
government threatelilg a tttrlko ot
railroaders and dock wokern was
served by J. M. Thomas, secrblao'
of tho National I'nlnn i)f Itallwuy
men, nnd Robert WlllTam.1, secre
tary of tho Federation ot Trans
port. Workers. "Tho crisis bus been
reached," declared Thomas. "Wo
uro giving tho nnvernmnnt until
Sunday night to end Uio coal strike.
or to taKo (lerinltt! steps for tho
calling of n conference which will
guaran'.eu Us end."
Williams, speaking in behalf of
tho dock workers, said tho men had
decided to n It work unless tho gov
ernment acted for Industrial peaco
by Sunday morning.
Unofficial estimates of tho num
ber of men directly Involved In n
strlko of tho "triplo alliance"
Coal minors and helpers, 1,200,
006; railway employes. GfiO.000 to
700,000; dock workers, 3DO.0O0.
.Viitlonnll7.utloii May Ilo Coal.
Fears that tho struggle wll) de
velop. Into nn "Industrial revolu
tion" with demands for tho com
plete nationalization of certain
branches of Industry notably tho
niJncH and railways, wero Intensi
fied by tho action of tho railway
men and tho transport workers, if
tho rnllmen nnd tho dock workers
mnko the tleup complete cheat Bri
tain Is threatened with n suspension
ol, mall traffic, barltlmo trnflo
and absolute stagnation of all fac
tories as well as a fuel famlun and
nn ncuto food shortage.
Premier Lloyd Oeorgo was hope
ful that a wiy would ho found nut
of tho grave difficulty, but ho ad
mitted tho situation has been ren
dered desperately serious by tho ac
tion of tho railroad and dock em
ployes by deciding upon n sympa
it la estimated about 250,000
workers outsldo of tho coal fields.
Including 75,000 dock employes,
havo already benri forced Into Idlo
ncss by the coaKstrlko which closed
down faclorlca and compelled a cur
tnllmcnt of rait traffic nnd marl
tlmo shipping schedules.
"Drys" Pray for VIcKfry.
RL'GINA. Snslc. Oct. 22. Mctho
dlst , congregations throughout
Saskatchewan have been urged to
pray next Sunday that importation
of liquor may bo defeated In the
provisional electloir' tho following
"Is the Irish republlo rccoKnlzod
yet? Is tho republic really estab
lished?" cried MacSwlney during ono
His sister Annla who watched at
tho bedside, southed and comforted
her brother tho boat she could. In
nn Interval of seml-conselousness
MarHwIney turned to her nnd nskedt
"What Is tho month? What year
Is'hcrji? Whero am I?"
"It Is a glorious death dying for
the eaiiBO of Ireland" said Peter
Mnoswiiyiy this nftornoon. 'i wish
I had my brother s place."
Peter MacSwlney sent tho follow
ing cab;egrnm to friends In New
"Terry has been delirious at Inter
vnla slnco Wednesday. Tho end Is
now Hxpcctcel nt any moment. All
.1... m II.. Iu n .V... t....tul.l.. II -
II1U lUlllllf ,a Kl viiu utuotuo, "
Prepares far Final Effort
Returns to Marion on Special Train After New York State
Trip; Hegiiw Work Today on Plans for Closing
Speeches in Four Ohio Cities Next Week
MARION, Ohio, Oct. K. -The last
of his I'ampalgn swings outside Ohio
completed, Hepatol' Harding took it
real holiday today .before rlartlug
work on tho series uf speeches ho
will deliver next week In principal
cities of hlruowil state.
After hls'arrlvnl here late In tho
morn. tig on tho special train which
carried him on his exciiis on Into
New Votk state, ho looked In at his
office for only a short whllo and
then left for n. 40-mlle motor rldo to
Mansfield and a game ot golf.
It 'was the first Itmo In soveral
wroks that he had taken so rompletr
a lest from the rnrcs of the cam
paign. Although he appeared In per.
feet health, tho strain oP his speak
ing trips had left him tired and he
said h wanted to refresh himself
with some whnleime physbMl exer
cise before taking un th'o humf
stretrh of the r.iinn'iign.
OF. NEW VOTERS
75,000 Ejectors Not Regis
tered, Charges Harris
as Books Close
MACHINE IS "BLAMED
Honestly Counted Expression
of Public WilLDcmandcd by
People Says Chairman
SpsclM to tho World,
OKLAHOMA CITY. Oct. 22. At
the close of tho registration books
tonight State llopuplTcun Chnlrman
James , Harris" Isiiued a t.lntcmeiit
that thi'ro worn nt 75.000 unregis
tered voters within the state and that
tho fact nf many of those resale bo
ileprlvcd f the right of suffrage was
to beClnld at the door of tho demo
cratic' ."fluto machlno which had so
'(inducted tho registration hat
thouiantU of people, mostly women.
ould not register.
Hinting thnt this matter wouUUJie
handled from an entirely unstispeet-
1 anc e. tsln icihUjI lean state rlri r-
man Issued n message of good cheer
to thoe nnnoslnc tlm stnto organi
zation to tho effect that scntlluVnt
was sn overwhelming agalns tho
democratic state machine success
would follow nnd that thorfuturo
would develop tho fact that the good
people of this state, regardless of
party affiliation, desired a fair and
honestly counted expression of the
public Will nt tho ballut box.
air. Harris cuou insiancm 01 reg
istrars locking themselves Up so
thnt applicant!! for registration could
not have their Mimes ptuood on tho
rolls, tho registrars going away ami
caving no ono to register tho appli
cants. This extraordinary procedure
ini donr ved thousands of flic rlglil
in express their convictions nt tho
put sir. Harris nenvcs nun me
YnreRdnn of thoso who are regis-
ii.rml m'HI tie In onnosltlon. to this
Minsplincy to destroy the right of
SHIP, SANS CREW, DfllFTS IN
Schooner Th Itelng nattered in
Pieces (in l lorliia itocus.
I'OltT PIKRCH. Fla., Oct. 22.
Waterlogged with sail.', full' set
and lifeboats Intart but not n soul
on board, tho llrltlsh threivmasted
m'hiinnnr Adonis, from HrJdgetown.
Ilnrbadoes. presiimaliiy nounci irom
Jacksonvlllo to her Homo pori. nan
drifted ashore opposite Jensen, nnd
i fiiKi lii ni? linttrrcil to pieces ny
tho heavy seas. The crew, avcord-
i ... .A.....t., (rmti Tnnlti.r tllfht-
111, IU II IIIUilBill," ....... .,'-
house, waslplcked up by n pssslng
steamer, but their presont where
abouts havonot been learned.
Wilson ty Talk .More.
WASHINGTON. Oct. 22. Presi
dent Wilson Is'nt work upim another
campaign statement. It -was an
nounced at tho whim house tnduy.
Thoro was no Indication ns to when
the statement -H ill bo mado puinic.
Calmly Slcpr, to Death '
Ouer Falls of Niapara
NIAORA FALLS, N. Y.. Oct. 22.
Reforii tho (.yes of a seoro of
sbrht-seers nl Pr'spect Point Into
thl4artcii,nn a man enmucu oci
the rnlllni; waded out Into the river
rml was carried uvir tho Americui
1'h lis. Too astounded to act, tho
snortntoiB flood by while '.ho mail
r.ilfled to the brink, wavin-r hlh
huud and thoutlng; "Horo'u whero
1 lenvo you; goodbye,"
In n black derby hat found near
tho nlacn when- the man iiiinbcd
tho railing wan fnuhd a pl"T of pu
Pir on whkb was wiltteir "This
hM lKlongi to Can A. Kills of Ham
burg, N. Y The description uf
the suicide corresponds to that (if
Kills, who cojld not b located In
Tomorrow the nomlneo will begin
preparations of his final . cainpnlgn
utterances, to bo delivered oil tho last
four nighta of next ve'k to meet
In km I" Cleveland, Ai:ron, Cincinnati
and Columbus. No moro front
porrh dates have lien booked, ami
ihet-e four nddl esses may be the only
ones ho -will deliver befoie election
It Is eonsldeied entirely possible,
however, that when ho leaveH
Wednesday he v. Ill run Into numer
ous rear-platform gatherings locally
arranged, and. will supplement his
four main speeches wltlrVjnany nhoit
talkH ot a les formal nature.
The present plhfi Is to make the
Ohio circuit on n special train, not
returning to Marlon until Hunil.iy.
Ills managers consider that surh A
trip will probably mean nn exten
sle rear-platform program.
GUEST OF STATE
Marshall's Train GrCeted
by Enthusiastic Crowds
in Oklahoma Towns
VOTE! HE EMPHASIZES
Urges Oklahomn Democrats
to GOto Polln'Elcction Day;
at Muskogee Today
ON ROAllD VICK PIIICHIDKNT
MARSHALL'S SPKCIAL TRAIN
Oct. 22. Vlco Presldfnt Thomas R
Mnrnhall ontored tho stnto of Qkla
homa this morning at Poteau nnd
mado frvo addresses during tho day,
Mr. Marshall 1 accompanied i by his
wife nnd wan mot at Poteau by Oov-
ernor Itobortson, Attorney tienerai
Freellng, Senator nnd Mrs. Hill and
members of tlm democratic slatn
eninmltteo who will 'renialn with
him ihtll ho leaves Oklahoma Sat
urday uvonlng after sieaklng at
Mr. Marshall first spoko to 2,000
citizens at Poteau at 10 o'clock.
rioliernor Robertson Itnd other state
officials also made short talks.
His Hornnd sprtsch was mado at
Talthln.i to a crowd of approximate
ly 1,000 citizens of Leflore and I'ltl
mer counties. Ills third speech of
three minutes was. at Antleri iiird
tho fourth at Hugh at t o'clntk this
afernoon to over 2.B0O cltleens In
nttemlancn at tho ChotnWxounty
His closing address of 'tho day wa
at Durant this evening.
Mr. Marshall tfpeaks at McAlostcr
and at Muskoges thin ovonlng.
ISvcrywhurn along tho route irom
Howo to Poteau, via iiutomobllc he
was greotcd by wavmg flags nhd
cheering crowds. Schools In every
town through which tho pnrty
parsed wer0 suspendeel and tho stu
dents given an opiiortunlty to seo
Mr. and Mrs. .Marwhall. An auto
mobllo caravan of 76 automobiles
escorted Mr. and Mrs, Marshall
from Howo to Poteau.
A. D. Manning and II. V. Hunt, of
Poteau,. met 'tho vice president at
Little nock. Ark.. Thursday night
and aro acting as aides for tho Ok
lu 1 1 r ma utato dnmocrntlo commit,
Cries of "wo wan to nee, Mrs Mar
shall" came from tho women along
Iho entire route and Mrs. .Marshall
was forced, however with willing
graco, to mnko her appearance, to be,
cheered by tho thtjongs. Mr. Mar
hall In all his addresses throughout
tho day laid inrltctilur emphasis
on tho democrats going to tho polls
and voting. Ho devoted the larger
part of his tlmu ul the, smaller
townu to talking "deinoorncy" and
for progess. At Hugo and Durant
tho leaguo of nations was his topic.
COX WON'T CALL ON WILSON
Cniulldntd to Pass TliroiiKli Wash
ington Without "Culling."
WASHINGTON. Oct. 22. -There
aro nn plans at present for Gover
nor Cox to seo president Wilson
when ho passes through Washington
on his way to West Vliglnla Sun
day, Secretary Tumulty said today
Tho set-rotary to the piesldent In
dicated that a meeting between the
democratic candidate and tho presi
dent might 'bo airanged between
now and Sunday If Governor Cox
Is permlt-ted to top over hero for
sufficient length of time.
TUJ.HA, Oct, U.-Mailinuin. Tl. mini
mum, C aquth wlnli. c I it r- rrecliiu!inii
Vhunitsy nlslit, I." Inclm.
OKLAHOMA: HMurdity tni HuniUy
filr. iiin,ernt tomprrature, .
AltKANMAf): Sutur-Uy uni'ttlcl. I'lin
Ony partly cluuily. ni".lerato teui'ratura
TODAVfl LOCAL KVK.VTS
City tluli, Ilulcl Tulm, U II
Funrl illrelot, (SO H. lloulrter. Phdnn
O, m, O. mi, AlntuUiics acrvlci Advt,
Sees Biggest Majority in
History for Candidate
Attacks tho Government ior
Waste, Incompetency and I
Hurciuicratic 'Excesses i
SAYS HARRELD WILL WIN
lie Declares Voters Will Put
First Oklahoma Republican''
in Senate in March
"With nil the caution of a native
K'atvsaii, and with due regard to
vorarlty, 1 make the prediction that
Senator Warren (i. Harding will he
elected president of tho Pnfted
States by ouu of the biggest ma
jorities ever given Trs.preslilentlnl
candidate," iiMurtml Artjiur Capper,
J.'nlted States DiinatWfrniu lCnnsiis
and foiuvr govornnr of iHnt state,
In his address at Convention hall
Friday night. His declaration was,
followed by a burst of loud applause
that lasted nearly a mlliulo,
Thoso who had concluded tht the
political mind of Tills, i, Is already
mado up and that no moro political
speakers could obtain morn than a
handful of hrarurs wero surprised at
tho amount of Interest-shown In the
Capper meeting. About 2,000 per
sons, men and women, listened to
the: senator from Knnsas, a crowd
four times tho slxc. of thnt which
greeted Senator Robert L. Owttti,
democratic ccntitor fi ooi Oklnlioina,
when ho spoHc horo a tony weeks
I Farmers In Audience.
Throughout Capper's crowd was a
liberal sprinkling or runners, prawn
thitro fin tin 1 1- through tho knnwl
edgethnl Capper Is Intensely Inter
ested In ngrlculturo and llvostock.
If Ihny expected him to touch on
tho situation that confronts the
farmers of the iiijtlon nnd especially
those nf Knnsas and Oklahoma, they
were not dlsnppolned. Capper ro
Iterated Ills previous statements that
the Chicago board nf trade Is op
erating one nf the worst gambling
dens In the world and thnt they nre
forcing Ihn prleo nf wheat down
artificially. ,"A den of gamblers
and thieves," ho railed It.
Capper talks In plain, business
llko tones, without nttemp at orn
ory. Without embellishment, ho
gives ono fuct afti' nnolher In such
a manner I hat his nudlrtico follows
him easily, ,
Hnjs llHrrcld Will Win. s
Ho not only predicted (he .elec
tion of Harding by a landslide, but
he also deelfed that .1. W. Hnr
reld will ho first republican United'
Scales senator to bo elected from
"As soon ns possible I after the
4th of March, 1921, I expect to enter
tho scnalo rnonl. and, wllh, no
small amount of prldo, Introduce
my republican enllrnvun from Oklft-hninn-Mr,
H-vrj-elii," ho said.
There Is nothing Oklahoma can do
(hat will reflect more credit nhnn
It ns a state than to oeel Mr. Hnr
reld. The eyes of official Washing
ton are upnn Oklahoma. It Is one
nf the three states rewarded as the
battlegrounds of this election. Ken
turkv and MUnourl are tho other
Hup llurontirriiilo Go-crnnient,
CnnpT refi'rred to Hie present
nne-tnan rnvernmcnt In Washington
characterizing It ns bureniieraMc snd
nilloerntle' he sp"ko ,of lb wllfo'
waste 'i' Washlne'on. ' including the
emnlovment nf 23 fi 000 extra men
and women by the administration : he
talked about tn league nf nations
rending a statement of Goners!
Pmuls thnt South Afrlra would h""
tho same rhancn to be rnnresnti
on the sunreioe enunHI ns anv oilier
nation and declared that, rorardlr'ss
of statements of Governor Cox and
rns"riNi'n o.v vauv. tuiutiikn
Kidnaped Boy Restored to Mother
After Two trips Across Continent
Father and Girl Stole Him,Charge
TACOMA, WashP., Oct. 2'.'
and weary, 21 months old Hobby
stags Ih with his Mother nnd great
grandmother hero today, after five
weeks travol and turmoil, two trip
acroH tho continent and life In
many hotels and apartment houses.
It was on September It, he was
snatched front hts mother's arms, It
Is alleged, by Oeorxu T. Htugg. the
father who Is divorced and with the
aid nf Hetty llralitard. a newspaper
woman of Heaitlo and New York,
and carried uway toHho metropolis
It was In a hotel room In Van
couver, H. C. that Hobby was rc
tored to his mother's arms, after
being brought back from New York
by two womei said to bo lu tho em
ploy ( a New York newspaper. A
fow minutes lifter a telegram had
been received by a Tacoma news-
Hyde, Famous '
Is Trucli Driver
KANSAS CITY, Oct. 22 Dr.
)!. Cl.uUe Rule, oil' o wealthy
physician and four times on trial
for his life on the charg" of mur
dering Colonel Thomas II. Swopo,
Ills wife's mllllonnlrii uiicli'. began
life lUiew todav as a truck driver.
The gray haired physician, only
recently sued for divorce by his
wife, donned n pair ot greasy
overalls this looming nnd began
it 10-hour day us a driver for
u ti ml company.
"I want to forget tho past nnd
look towaid tlm future," lie said.
"I want to be so busy 1 can't
think of anything but work."
Tho man, who for seven years
wan In the pitiless glare of na
tional publicity during his sensa
tional niuider trials, today
Ncctucd to want to bury his pnst
III his new found work. Ho said
he luttnded going- to "night
school" to fiei feet himself In tlio
"ait ot- driving a truck."
SHE GOES TO PEN
Mrs. Kcnyon Convicted by
Jury; to Serve 10 to 15
Yews Is Order
NORWICH, Conn., Oct. 22. Mrs.
Mnbol Kcnyon was today found
guilty of manslaughter In having
slain bur admiral: Dr. Herbert Tot
low of Stonlngtnn. . Mm. Kenyan
wns'Hontonecd to servo from 10 to
in years In slain prison
When Foreman Frank Noycs was
linked If tbn lurv hnd niireed Ulinn
I a verdict, ho said hesitatingly that
1 they had ami It wan "guilty,"
Spectators nt first though ho
meant guilty nf first' dtwon murder.
an that wan thu conipmuii in tno in
diriment. Mrs. Kcnyon thought so,
too, Him gasped invniuiitnriiy, lint
when sho, learned nhn Was convicted
of"tho lesser crlmn it long shud
dering sigh of relief escaped her.
Alvln ICenynn, tho husband,
whoso loyal devotion has mlnln hlni
a flgurn ot Interest, set with hln
wlfn In tho enrlosui'ii nnd half
stood with her for tho verdict,
Tli'tf r threo ikiiih nut with their
Mrs. Keiiynn was separated from
her husband to ho taken back to
Norwich Jail. Krnyon broke down
altogether and wept helplessly.
Mrs.. Kcnyon maintained her rnlm,
Hho would not make any stain
inent except excusing herself to tho
newspapermen on tho ground that
she wanted time to adjust herself
td thn situation.
Dr. Tetlow nnd Mrs. Kcnyon jind
carried on n clandestine lovn affair
for flvn yenrs, Tlio woman went
to tho doctor's officii to tell him all
must bn nVor lustwnen them and,
sho claims,' to shoot lierself. Tho
prosecution alleged sho planncjl
Specialist Rushing to
Operate on Alexander
IIOMU, Oct. 22 - Professor Del
bet, an eminent French surgeon,
pnssed through Italy today on n
speclnl triiln on his way to Athens,
where lo hopes. to arrive In tlmo to
operntn on King Alexander In an
endeavor to savo tho monarch's
At Tnranto, a Greek torpedo boat
dest rover was waiting to ourry lilm
at full speed to Athens.
SPANKS BOY, TEACHER SHOT
.Mollier Augen d Ilo'iiiiso Son Is Hep
rlmiiiuleil Shoots IiiMrurloi'.
CNICAGO, Oct. 22 -Angered bo
cause Miss Rosalind 1. Reynolds, a
school tenihir, had spanked her son.
Atru r'liriiilbld Rlndnnl visited the
school today and shot the leiichor
twice. She win recover. .-irs. uin
dniil was arrested.
.paper saying the child tfns In van
I'ouver and would bo delivered to a
Hiorsnn who should ask for n
bundle. .Mrs. stagg was on her
way to the Canadian city, nccom
panted by two local newspaper re
porters. At tho Vancouver Hotol
designated, the reporters wc.ro con
ducted n n room, whero they found
the two women with Hobby.
H.ifo return of the child had been
promised by friends of Miss Uraln
urd, who Is held In Now York for
complicity In the kidnaping. Harry
Smith, chief nf police hero, declared
i winy efforts tp extradlto Miss
rou'rity officials at Seattle who have
I ii uiiiui u nil, nub .'' iii' iv.iik
I,... I.... r.t ...Ml .. l. .w, I V .1 l,,H
been working nn thn ens' also de
cUliVl there Is no intention of drop
ping the pro.ictutlmi, Mr." Slagg hn'i
wired to New York to contlnuo tin'
prosecution of Miss llralnard,
CITY IN GRIP OF
Wall Like Great Wall of
China Circles Gotham
STOP PUBLIC wbRKS
iuilding Suspended Until It
Is Known Whether Thero'fl
PLUMBING COMBINE SHOWN
00 Plumbers Said to Havo
Submitted All Bids to Cen
tral "Clearing House"
lly tho Assoclatod Press.
NUW YORK, Oct. 22. Now YorK
Ui ready to suspend alt pubHo works
until It In learned whothor Uioro In
upon competition in uiucuiig tor
This announcement wait mado
hmo Into today by Mayor Hylun,
when thn Joint legislative committed
adjourned until Novcmbor 4, after
Its counsel had assorted It had only
scratch d tho surface In Us Investi
gation of tho "building trust."
Dnvo opmcntn in tho building alt
nation enmo In a dramatic fashion
t lifts afternoon, after Mayor Uylan
had nddrcsMiid tho board Of esti
mates, declaring that "tho building
trust, thu milk trust j tho coal trust
and other trusts hilvV built a wall
about Now York greater than thn
Bieat wall ot China." '
Whiio thq commute?, was quizzing
witnesses ih one, chambor ot tho
city hull, tho board of estimates
mooting in nnolher rescinded four
contracts, npproxlmatoly $7,000,000
worth Of work, on Now York coun
ty's proposod cnurthottso.
Tho committee hold but n brief
session today. Kamuol untormyor,
comnilttoo counsel, examined sever
al wltitesoea rerintlng thu nntlvlijpa
of iho iillegod labor contractor oom
blnatlon which, ho asserted, was s.if
llng construction work In New Tork
city, Imjiortant ilovolopmnn'.s wero:
Developments of I;i)
Rofuwil of Robert I. Ulrludell,
president of tho building; trades
council, to tnko advantage of tho
opportunity given by Iho comirilt
teo to rofuto testimony of Kphrl
am Levy hnd Ocirgo liacltir, to
gnrdlng. a brtbo of J2C,00), paid
to alleged .labor i roircscntatlvcs
to call of a Btriko.
Assertion by Mr. lUnturmyor
that a widespread tiystcjn ot ex
tortion wiis being practiced by
tiiiscrupuluus labor leaders to ob
tain vast sums of money from cm
ploycru under tho throat of call
ing strikes or actually doing so.
Tentltnony to Uio offoct that
upwards of 400 plumbing con- "
tractors In Now York submlttod
their proposed bids for plumbing
work to a centra clearing houso
under- tho "codo (if practica" bo-
foro they wuro otfqrod a- prospoo-
ITiitcrniycr IIIt "VllllreH.,,
The Joint lceislatlvo cninmlttr
Investigating tho alleged "bulldlnrf
trust," cn perform no greater sor-
icn for ngltlmnto oruanlzed Inbot
thnt than of "exposing, nutilnhlm-,
and ejecting from Its councils th
wolves and vultures who havo boon
(aliening on lis vitals."
'tills Statement w,IM miuln loHnir nl
th.' Itmuiry bv Hatnunl llntermevnr.
comnilttoo counsel, in branding ai
n iissuo or wiCKeii rnlsohnods uun
JilnJy calculated to millcad tho pub.
iiu swuemouis issued at tho clos
of yosterd.iys hearing when wltntsacs
testified i hat a $20,000 brlbo 4iad
linen Paid to end a bulldlm- (rutin
strlko hrp, "
It will Indeed bo a sorrv dnv for
orgrml.cd labor when every exposed
crnoic operating uniier tho shield of
tho groat causo of organized labor
ran cover his tracks and rally tho
runks of labor to his support by tho
hypocritical cry that tho exposuro
of Ills stabs In tho back nf labor
are uu attack on tho Institution wo
are irving to rescun rrom tho sordid
clutches." continued Mr. Untornioyor,
Labor Wants Facts.
He said tho "legitimate clemontit
of organized labor nro ac.tlVoyun.
lorllntf, encouraging and assisting"
lis Of for In to bring out tho facta.
Mr. Hntcrmycr outlined tho ten.
ytil trend of "proof" which will bo
nnerea tno commiiten oy its coi)n
sol, nssertlng It will bo Intended to
ihow a "banding together among Uio
This combination, ho said. Is first.
a separate association In each of Its
ir.ur.ll UN I'AliU TlllUTKKN
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New York Life
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