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OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST. NEWSPAPER
) VOL. XV, NO. 27.
TULSA, OKLAHOMA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1920.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
RELIABILITY CHARACTER ENTERPRISE
SANTA FE HEADS
IN CITY 2 HOURS
Just a Quiet, Friendly
Visit, President In
forms The World
BIG MEN LIKE TULSA
Fount'ation on Solid Hock,
, Opinion of J. E. Otis, Bank
er and Rail Director
YALE PRESIDENT IN PA'RTY
City's Air of 'Finish and Com
fort Delightful' to Chief
of Great Eastern College
A special trnln parrying high of
ficiate r the Santa Po railway. In
rlucling Pmniont W'. H. Storey, Vice
rrtsld'.tits 1-dward Chambers and
A. (!, Wells, all of Chicago, nml ri
number of prominent directors of
the rend, one of whom van nr. Ar
thur T H.-idley, president of Ynle
university, steamed Into Tulsa Sun
dny mcrnlng, and after a rnlny visit
cl two hours, In which tho party
motors! over tho city , left for
The paity eanio unheralded and
theref're had no opportunity of
meeting many Tulsa people.
"This being Sunday, wo did not
cire to dteturb our Tuls.i frlcndn,"
Pitsldcnt Storey if.ild In an Inter
view with a reporter for Tho World.
"We came In quietly nnd will depart
In the smio manner."
PIreeior-Hniikcr Prnlscrt TiiK'i,
A word of praise for Tulsa wan
riven by tho members of tho party,
but perhaps tho most significant was
tint of J, K. Otis, of Chicago, vice
president of tho Central Trust com
piny and a nowly elected member of
the board of directors of tho Santa
'An a banker I hear much about
Tultu." Otis said. "Tho clty'H
irowth has been phenomenal, and
trom what I can learn, Its founda
tion from a business viewpoint Is on
a (olid rock.
"Oklahoma nnd tho other states
of the southwest served by the Santa
ft will count "1920 as a year of un
usual prosperity," Otis continued.
"I have Just read a bulletin Issfucd
by the Oklahoma board of agricul-1
ture, telling nbout tho progress made
by farmers In restocking their .farms
lth better breeds of cattle and
hogs. That will spell additional
prosperity for tho state. Tho mild
rllmate of Oklahoma should make
the state a leader In llvo stock pro
No Kitrnsloii Planned.
Asked If tho Santa Fo contem
platcd any extension of linetj In the
near future, President Storey re
plied In tho negative. "Tho com
pany win first endeavor to Improve
present r.uilltlca," ho said, "with the
tiw of taking caro of tho business
It already has. Wo have no exten
!on urogram for tho present."
'Tulsa nan an air of finish and
comfort nultii He llirht fnl tn M,.,. " u.iiii
(Joctor Hadley. "1 am immensely
cai"d with It. Tho dcvcloiiment of
Oklahoma has been wonderful. In
the seven years since 1 saw It last
H of Its resources have grown to a
surprising decree. Vast ilnnnsitM nf
oil and gas and extensive areas ot
wn farming land put Oklahoma in
the front rank of statcw. It Is most
ratifying to mo to learn that many
ale men have taken an Imuortant
Prt In the building of this great
lluillcv Oil S.i ii In TV llni.i-il
Dr. Hadley has been president of
tale college 21 years. Irately ho ro
''ened, effective In June. 1321, to
ue a Place on the board of dlrec-
rs or me Santa Fc. Tho lato J.
tO.SriMKU O.N PACIi: lil.l.Vl.,1
A BIG BLAZE IN NEW YORK
bininge of Quarter Million Hesultx
Mom HU, Show District.
M.W VOUK, Oct. 21. Damage.
JUImai.it at J25U.O0O. was caused
'i, Hr in the theatrical district
wuaj names swept several btitld
n?S, ct apied us automobile ac ees-
"O. unuquo and cloililng hhopu
111(1 n r-o .. .. . n.u.. ...i...
j m M omnium, inu winier giir
U.. "djolnlng, wn damaged by
ii, . Shubcrt, manager of tho
"tei and two firemen wero In
ured , tno ui,UOi W),C), waH con.
"'fd after a three-hour fight.
"Mch attracted grcnt crowds.
BORERS ARE HELD UP
cmp looted hy HoIiImth Who Took
All Money mid Jewelry.
MINnkaj.oi Oct. 24. Hous.
: 10 workmen from their slumberH
J Kradlng camp tent, three armed
Mi """ed bandits who operated so
ii? v Umt "cores of other men In
wcitnp wero not disturbed, robbed
"' laoorers of 11,000 In money,
"firy and checku early today. Tho
10 then Ht..nnn1 Int.-, it ...Ifln,
, One young lady with a tasto
'Jf music used tho World
"nt Ads and Hecured enough
Mano pupils to bring her a
nandsomu salary. Try tho
"orld Want Ads for bargains
' all kinds. You may find
,d'y something In the Want
that you have been want
u,K. for years. Try World
'Pep' Aplenty In
Hy Tho AMucUtad l'ran.
HAVANA, yet. 21. Tho Cilban
presidential iiimpaign Ih Hearing
the end with little talk this year
of a involution,
Tho lender of the 1912 revo
lution, General joso Miguel dp.
Inez, a former piosldentf Is tho
liberal nomluee. on tho ticket
opposing him is Mlgtiel Ariuigo,
a former eonservatlvo and a
The election, to be held No
vember 1. will bo the first under
the law framed by Major Cietl
eral Hunch Crowder, the Amer
ican war tlmu provost marsha.
general. It "Is designed to pre
While both sides nro claiming
victory Oeneral Gomez' fol
lowers nro doing the most shout
ing. The general Is In tho prov
inces, campaigning, bring stopped
occasionally In his travels by tho
dynamiting ()f a bridge over
which ho was expected to push.
As a precautionary measure
President Alenocnl has issued n
decree ngalnst carrying arms.
Soldiers are held In readiness for
any omergeii-y nnd tho polls
will bo guarded by troops on
Government Reported to
Have Offered Miners
CONFERENCE IS HELD
Lloyd George and Workers
Discuss Problems in Meet
ing on Downing Street
LONDON, Oct. 21. Premier
Lloyd George, cnblnct members and
members ot tho striking coul minors,
conferred throu hours In tho pre
micr's offU'lal residence In Downing
street today. After tho miners' Ie
legates had departed tho cabinet
members continued in session with
Mr. Lloyd George, Frank Hodges, on
leaving with tho othor representa
tives of tho miners, said tho discus
sions would be continued.
Aftor tho meeting with the gov
.eminent iciiticrn win miners execu-1
ernment lenders tho miners' cxecu
then? adjourned" untl tomorrow 1 1,0,1 count the old lemprt.c I e
afternoon The conversations wlihl" fclml-
rVi indication- in
tiers of tho government will bo re
sumed In Downing t-trcet tomorrow
morning, It was announced.
Delay Kmcrgency Hill
One indication of a hopeful turn
in the tide of nffnlrb was afforded
tonight by a report from n well
informed source that tho govern
ment contemplated postponing the
Introduction in parliament of Its
unorgeney bill, which would virtual
ly plnco tho country on a war basis.
The matter will be finally decided
by tho cabinet tomorrow.
It is said the now formula, which
the government has proposed to the
miners, twill give die minors the
two shillings advance, will Insure a
substantial increuso In tho output
of coal. Apparently, only tho prin
ciples of tho formula and not Its
details wero discussed at today's
The miners always hnvo contcded,
and In this contention have been
rupported by .1. P. Thomas, secre
tary ot tho union of rallwaymen that
It Is Impossible that they guarantee
the output of coal, berauso they do
not control tho machine. Further
they have accused tho coal owners
of restricting output.
An Informal Piuiev.
Tho conference In Downing street
was quite Informal. No official Mon
ographer was present.
Mr. Lloyd George outUnrd n num
ber of Ideas ho suggested mignt in
timately icid to a peaceful solution
of the epilation. While uio comer-
,.nn u:ih ill nrciEiosM. Hiirlon Stain-
fnr.Umm. the private secretary of
King Georce, nrriveu nnu rciiiiiuieii
fnr ii brief nerlod.
When ho conference ended, the
miners' delegates went to their
headquarters where they met tho
entire executive commuiee,
IN ITALY NEAR
May Name D'Annunzio
Dictator in Emergency
Is Outlook Now
LONDON. Oct. 21. The London
Times correspondent at Milan sends
a dispatch In which ho says that
Italy, which two months ag,, seemed
on tho cvo of a bolehovlkl uphcavnl,
now gives tho Impression ot being
on tho brink of a military coup
"Tho nationalist nress," ho nsserts,
"Is calllnc for a military dictator
ship as n remedy against rampant
bolshnvlsm and halln d'Anntinzlu as
a suitable dictator. Avantl, tho so
cialist organ, alleges d'Annunzlo re
ecntly appe.tled to Moscow for mili
tary aid and moral aid nnd was ap
proved by Lcnlno as an Instrument
of the soviet government. J
'SHOW ME' STATE
Party Shot to Pieces in
Missouri; Reed Speech
Is a I3ombshell
BLOW AT COX, LONG
Senator Repudiates Wilson's
Candidates Flatly in Cross
ing the Rubicon
REAL GROUND SWELL SEEN
Not So Much for Harding as
It Is Agaihst Cox; Great
St. Louis Victory Sure
fperlal to The World,
KANSAS CITV, Mo.. Oct. 21.
Tho Missouri democrat Is f pllt 40
ways for Sunday. ttei'd's grui
speech against tho national admin
istration nnd Cox h'TQ TiiLMMiay
night has rocked tho state.
In Mls.snuil they havn no Illusions
to what Heed meant when ho wild
ho feared thnt Cox, If elected, would
be under the Influence of V)"oodrow
Wilson. That was a direct repudia
tion of Cox,
Mlssourlans also n-o In no wise
In tho dark as to Heed's mi nulii;,'.
when ho advised riiwri to vcte f i
candidates for tho United States
senate who stand unalterably op
posed to tho league of nations. That
was a flat repudiation of Hrockcn
rldgOxLong. tho whllo house candi
date for senator.
In crossing the Hulilcon. Heed has
taken with a him a largo following.
Just how numerous Is problematical,
but there Isn't a prominent demo
cratic leader In this section of the
stato, nnd most of thorn wero hi rr
for tho Heed speecn, who doesn't
believe tho state was lost for Cox
even beforo tho Heed pronounce
mcnt. Now that the Id has been
blown off, tho spjculntloii In nlmoft
entirely as to tho a'.'.e of tho prob
ablo Hardin i swoop In tho unit i.r.d
whether It will 'a gro.it cnOcinjrH to
carry tho entire rnpubllc.x i nute
tlSfcet to victory.
Che Up National Hiicct.
Mnnv of tho dnmmvr.lo lenders
?' the western rldo of Min"M.ri arc
the writer's perjDinl I notion inn
nat a ono of them doubts tho state
Is going for Hnrdlng and also for
Spencer for senator by a largo lend.
They hnvc virtually abondoned the
fight for tho national did of the
ticket nnd nro now cornering uuir
- . . , . .i. , , i, n , rpi,,.
Until Itoosevolt came along In
1904. Jamca O. Hlaino was the only
republican candldnto for president
.iin ..v,.r enrrled Jackson county.
Kven If Heed had not differed with
Prrsldent Wilson this section of Mis
sourl would have been against the
leaguo iif nations. Heed nas oniy
i-u-nn a hlrr lnuietus to the revolt
against tho white house that was
already smashing mo oemm-innc m-
ganlzatlon Into a cockei nai.
No Heart In Campaign
n in that thero Ih no
INDORSE COX, RAP WILSON
TlmtH Prncnun fr GoorKla Dcmo-
" ll.. C..n IICtTlllflll
MACON, On., Oct. 24. Thomas
W. Hardwick, democratic nominee
for tho governorship of Georgia, and
Thnmns K. AVatson. the United States
nenntorlnl nominee, arrived hero to
night for the stato democratic con
vention which opens tomorrow
morning. Until will bo nominated
formally at tho convention.
Hesolutlons being prepared to
night are said to exprefs disapproval
of the Wilson administration, but
will urge support of Cox and Hooiv
volt. Preparing Public for
Death of Alexander;
King's Condition Bad
ATIIHNS. Oct. 24. The condi
tion ot King Alexander today ro
malns most grave. Professor Del
bert. tho French specialist, ar
rived today and , lmmodlateiy
held a cosultntlon vyKh the other
physicians In attendance) on tho
king, who Is suffering from In
foctlon resulting from tho bits of
a pet monkey.
Alexander's physlclani re
mained at tho palace throughout
Premier Vcnlzelos, when Inter
viewed today, said ho hoped for
King Alexandnr's recovery, but
that It was neressary to bo pre
pared. Ho berleved Prlnco Paul,
brother of King Alexander,
..iii,t nnt lm nrevented from tak
ing thfl throne hy former King N
Constnntlne, nX'oii9tanllne, he
declared, would learn from tho
coining elections thero was no
prospect forhis return and It
viih useless for him to bar his
son from tho throne.
The premier asserted Kngllsh
or French candidate for the
throne were not bolng consid
ered, If tho king dies befnro October
29, tho old chamber will bo re
convened but If death occurs
after that date u new chamber
will bu culcd.
HARDING DEMANDS COX -GET IN OPEN' WITH CAMPAIGN POLICIES
i . 1
Nothing Develops to Chann. Any Campaign Predictions,
Says Will Hays, Who Still Forecasts Overwhelming
Republican Victory; Democrats Not Downhearted
HY WILL HAYS.
liKlrinan Itenulili. hii Nntlniml c'ummllti'i-
Wrltltn iitsly fur (tin Inlrrimll )nl
NHW VOUK, Get. 23. Just seven
more working days and fighting
dirj's if you will - before the main
contest roup's and at Its close vic
tory for Harding and I'oolldge and
the republican party.
There s nothing III this lale day
of tho campaign to make any one
wish to change n single one of tho
prophesies which have been mucin
of republican victory. The conviction
has been getting stronger day by
day until now It Is unbreabable, that
the voters ot the United States,
American men nnd women, will, on
November 2, do their duty at tho
pells and this yen'- their question
able duly means tho election of the
standard bearers of tho republican
The campaigns nf tho republlrnns
and of tho democrats have been
conducted on two different levels,
the former on a higher piano and
tho latter on a distinctly lower
Tho democratic nntlonnl candi
dates largely hnvo Indulged In
chargi of various klndH ngalnst
their opponents, which not only
could not bo pioved, because they
had no foundation In fart, but which
finally both Mr. Cox and Mr. Hooso-
velt conceded wero Imfnrmed.
The republican cnudldiites, on the
other hand, have made' campaigns
ot education and enllghtment.
All that remains now Is for tho
voters tngo to the polls nnd sweep
tho republicans Into office and
they will do It on Tuesday, Nov
RED PLOT FOILED
Bolsheviki Planned to Win
Country Through Rail
, road Tieup '
MADHID, Oct. 24. Incontrover
tible evidence, It was said, hna
reached tho Spanish nnd Portuguese '
authorities that tho railroad strike In t
Portugal was tho beginning of an nt-1
tempt by tho bolsheviki elements to 1
seize power. The movement stnrted
In Hnrcelonn, from which place
agents went tn Portugal, rarrylng
with them largo sums of German j
money, which wns used to Influence !
tho unemployed und tho extremists
among tho trade unions.
Documents now In tho hands of
the authorities reveal that It was
planned to selzo yctniteglc points on
tho railroads, tho machine shops of
tho-vnrlous systems, tho customs
houses and other publlo buildings.
Clues found by tho police led to tho
discovery of extonslvo deposits of
nrms and ammunition Just ncross tho
Spanish frontier, ready for distri
bution in tho event tho movement
DEMO. CANARD NAILED
Harding Doesn't Stand for $1 n Hus
hed on Wheat Sajs SUitemeiit
Hy G. (). P. Heailiiuarters
CHICAGO, Oct. 4. Hepubllr.an
national headquarters hero tonight
issued a statement declaring that
Senator Harding's opponents were
widely and mendaciously circulating
reports that the senator opposed
guaranteeing tho American inrmer
more than n dollar a bushel for
wheat during the war." Statement!!
made by tho senator had ben gar
bled so ns to misrepresent ms views,
the statement said.
"The facta are Hint Senator Hard
ing voted to guarantee the farmer
$2. 10 wheat, while IVesldent Wilson,
when tho power was pb d In his
hands, fixed tho guarantee ostenplbly
nt J2.50 though ns a matter or nice
tho farmer got much less than tlrit"
continued tho statement.
"Senator Harding's references to
dollar wheat, made in an address at
tho Minnesota state fair grounds,
had no reference to tho price of
wheat In wartime. He was talking
about the prlco of wheat la times of
penco prior to tho great wnr. He
was not even talking of the price of
wheat under conditions since tho
war ended. '
To Republican Voters
Kach voter holding a certifi
cate of registration must lemom
ber that 'he will be required to
present his certificate nt tho poll
ing place when he goes to vote.
Kvery effort will be made by
tho democr.Uli machine to deny
republicans a chanco to vote.
don't un diht any cihcu.m
stancks tiii;hi:I'"ohi:, mih
placn yoi h hkgisthation
ckhtificati: noh givk it
to any othkk pihison foh
ANY HFVSiiN' WIIATKVKH.
HUT HANK IT WITH YOU
WHKN YOU GO TO VOTF.. Vote
n K P U HLICAN C K NTH A L
for Nov. 21
Hy GKOHOK WIIITK.
(Clu'rrun Prnwritlt .NNdlmtl Commute-. Wilt,
rtprrml). tnt ihf nUnHllnnl Sm RmiIia) '
NHW YOltK. Oct. 21. The re-j
publicans have built up a splendid I
political machine. 1 freely eohcede
it. Kciulppeit with van funds, their
nstute chairman hag done a good
Job. With his tireless energy and
political skill, It would have been
exlraordlnnry had ho fnlled.
Our organization moves by faith
alone, his by mnrhlnciy. Wo will
hnvo expended by tho end of thli
campaign nbout one-fourth of our
legitimate) requirements. Tho bulk
of tho moneyed Interest.! nro
against us for reasons best known
to themselves. it has been like
digging In the fro.en Klondike to
get enough money for u portion of
the publicity necessary to spread
thii truth about tho most falsified
document In tho wortd'a history
the league of nations,
That , Is the situation. Yet we
will. win. Why, nskH the eynlo who
Is certain that the, election goes
with the organization and the
money. My answer It thnt there
never was n polltlcnl machliin so
largo, so "efficient, so rich, so pow
erful tllllt till) Anii'tii'in i.
! couldn't break It when they
. wiintntl tn. M Ifnvu tu nn Mini,
are going to smash Into filmier.!
on November 2. And tho reason
ul..l., 1. Il,nl 1, ......
.i,ii,iij ,.i uiiu urn iiiiyn ;iiiiciiino
! would keep us from achieving the
ineais inr wnicti wo toiignt tho wnr
and would seek to destroy tho only
rnmti.icf InMiirlni u-nrlil i.ium,. i,uni
I agreed to by nations both great and
Body of Homer Hampton
of Collinsville Found in
PHILADKLPIIIA, Oct. 24. Tho
body of the youth found floating In
the Delaware river hero yesterday
was positively Identified today ns
that of Homer Leo Hampton of Col
linsville, Oklahoma. Tho pollco be
lieve ho mot with foul piny. Iden
tification wis made by members of
the crew of a ship docked here, who
said that Hampton was employed on
GIN BURNS; FIRED WITH OIL
No Night Itlder AViirnlng Iterclvcd
Hut KcroM'iio Odor Found.
KOMUIIVILLH, Tcnri., Oct. 24.
A gin here owned by tho Union Seed
and Fertilizer company of Memphis,
was destroyed hy fire today. No
warnings from "night rldera" had
Been received, according to officials,
hut persons reaching the gin shortly
nfter tho fire began said the odor of
coal oil was distinct. No cotton was
In tho gin, It was said.
Mlwvlxhlppl Glnncrs Warned.
HAHPHHVILLK, Ml.w.. Oct. 21.
Glnners of Scott county have been
warned that unless they stop opera
tions until tho prlco of cotton has
risen, their property will ho de
stroyed, according to advlrcu re
ARMY MAJOR IS MURDERED
liimlMllle Man's llodv Is Found on
OiiisMriM of Washington,
WASHINGTON, Oct. 24. Monti
fieatinn of the man whose hodv was
found nil the outskirts, "f Washing
ton, Friday nlghf, as 'Major Frank
M. Scanland of Louisville, Ky., who
served with the American expedi
tionary forces, was accepted by tho
coroner's Juty todav, which found
ho had been murdered by an "un
known part." The Identification
was made by Major iicandland'H
CAUSE OF SLUMP
00,000 Idle Men in Detroit
As Motor Company Is
HY W. H. PKCK.
MOUNT CLH.MF.NS. Mlrh... Oct.
24. -Tho complete shut down of tho
Packnrd and Hudson plants and
laying off of six thousand employees
from tho Ford plant at Detroit Is
charged by the owners to high
priced gasoline nnd tho stories urg
Inn use (if smaller cars sent otu
recently from New York.
There were fiO.000 uiiemployediuen
In Detroit Saturday Today thero
hail been an endless procession of
people making for the rural dis
tricts. Tho freight rates are responsible,
iia far us gasoline U concerned.
CLAIM NEW YORK
IS WQNJ-OR COX
Governor's '10-Hour Visit
Turned Trick, Declare
HE FLAYS MAGAZINE
Charges Saturday Evening !
Post Deserts Nonpartisan
Altitude to Aitl Harding
IS READY FOR FINAL DRIVE
Nominee to Spend Last Week '
in Busy Tour of Ohio, In
diana, Kentucky, W. Va.
NICY YOHIC, Oct. 24.--After a 10
hour visit which his ecunpnlgn male
agorx cclurcd had "won New York."
Governor Cox of Ohio left hero till
afternoon lor the last week of his
campaign fipccrh making.
Heforo entraining -for West Vlr
glttl'i, ;i ml thenco In I ml In mi, Ken
tucky, and Ohio, the democratic
candidate exprensed 'entire confi
dence" In the outcome of the cam
paign . Throughout the Any, except for
an hour during which ho drove
around the city ns, guest of George
Ahlte, Governor Cox kept to his
nparhnent, receiving the latest re
ports (in tho election outlook from
his lieutenants tu the field.
Among? those who wero closeted
with hl'ii for conference were K.
II. Moore, who acted as tho gov
ernor's pre-cor.vention campaign
nmnager, Norman K, Mack, ilcnio
crntle, national committeeman for
New York, Georgo Foster Peabody
and Senator Put Harrison of Missis
sippi. In tho courfo nf tho afternoon
Mrs. Cox nnnonnceil she hn.l given
up her plan to accompany her Iiim
band on tho southern tour, return
ing to Deyton to await the outcome.
Haps Saturday Kvi'iilng Pom.
Just before leaving Hie hotel for
the Pennsylvania terminal, where
tho special train wnltcd, Governor
Cox tamed the follcwlng nlutcment:
l'Prfinnmiii,ln lt lint offrT'lVO
when it Is labeled, but In tho jjulse
of facts It strangles tho truth nnd
moulds the minds Into which It h
Inttoduceil ns fnels. I
" am Just now In poHcsfdnn of nt
specimen of propaganda of this
ery sott It Is nn ndvnnco copy of
the Saturday F.vei.lng Pest, known ,
to n grcnt public as n ellsli.teriM'i'd
Journal In all Its history Its slnteri
purpose has been to present the i
fnrts nnd ntmespliere of p)lltlcnlj
situiillnns and to refrain from con
"Hut tho number of HiIh tnngn
f.fnv, wlileh Is to bo distributed next
Thurselay, the last number beforo
election, suddenly throwj off the
cloak of nonpartlsanshlp. For the
find, time In Its hlsloiy It resorts to
tho devices of partisan editorial
and Ins'dlouB rnrtoons to create n
Kcntlmert for the republican ticket
In th" cartoons I am leprenuited as
n new-fiboy. Inventing frUse-nnd M-n-tatlennl
hnppcnlngs for the purpnsj
it hdllng my wares. My opponent
is depicted as kindly an.l wise. The
im predion Is sought lo be crealed
that I am It responsible. Senator
Hnrdlng giave nnd reliable.
Knems What II Wants,"
"W'hv bus the Saturday livening
CONTINl'Kt) ON I'AIIB HUVK.N
NO COMPROMISE JOHNSON j
Hiram Sii)M lie Can't ureo Willi,
NKW MiHK. " '. 24. -Senator'
illlram Jolinwu.i In a htatemeiit 13-,
.sui'd nt headquarters or tno repun
illeun niitloual committee, declined
there can be "no agreement upon
I the league Iniiio" bi'tween himself
'and supporters of Senator Hnrdlng
i who say the republican candidate
I will Hike the United Ktnts Into the
lengue or nanoiiH,
MacSwincu Alive, But
Unconscious on 73rd
Dug of Hunger Strike
LONDON, Ort. 21. Lord Mayor
MaeiJwlney still was une onsi lous
this morning, says tho bulletin Is
sued by the Irish Self. Determina
tion league Today the 73rd day of
the mayor's hunger utilise. t
"He opened his eyes oeeaslonnl
Iv." ild the bulletin. "staring
sometimes at Father Dominie, but
gave no sign of lecoghltlon, even
when spoken to . Do lies quietly,
moaning as If In pain."
TtiJ,. elcc Jl. Minimum so
urn IH North wind rtml rlrnjily
- iiatlnn up tu 10 u'c-li'Ck Muniluy nlKiit
Hvl.AIIOMA. Mumliiy Krni'rn't) rnlr
t !tm lempi'mlur In north eml w -mi i ir
lion. Tucmliiy fa r tlaltu; li.iniir,i"ii
AIIKANHAH Muinlay ki nerul'v mr
ecntrr In cant unit afiulh portloni, TiifaUdy
trcii)Ht)ly fair ruing lonii'iiraturpti in
1'iirlh anil wuat iorllona
KANHAIJ Kulr .Mnnilay ana Tucclay
r' crpt enarttlt't fullraat lortlm Mw
eUy nut much chant' In tmiiriitura.
Art of Voting K
To Be Explained
To 'New Voters'
Now Hint you hnvo tho right
tn vote and assuming that nu
also have the desire -Just whnl
do you know about the actual
method of voting. Miss or Mm.
Ne w- .Voter?
Nothing, you ad nit. Well,
there's nothing strange about
that. Nothing unusual, elthe.'.
About neve n of every ten, nc
ecu ding to the best available
statistic, know absolutely noth
ing about how to Vilte.
llere'ii your chanco to find
Tonight, nt 7:30, on tho third
floor of the V. W. C. A. build
ing, Cltv School Superintendent
K. K. Oborhnltzor will addri'sM
women and any others who
euro to attend on "The Ho
sponslbllltles of Citizenship."
After tho nddress ho will take n
sample ballot, Just like thnso to
bu used tu the forthcoming
eli'i'tlnii, and "dissect" It for tho
benefit of hln auditors, lie will
explain Just what everything on
the ballot menus and also Just
how to make It to oxprcsi a
choice for the different candl
Mr. Oberholdzer asked Tim
World to Invito every woman 111
TiiImii, regardless of political be
lief, to bo In his audience to
. TO MAYOR HYLAN
Efforts Made to Hire Him
to Sign Big Limestone
'A POLITICAL SCANDAL'
Votes of 115,000 Members of
Building Unions Were to
Bo Given Executive
NKW YOHIC. Xlet. 21, Informa
tion In possession ot the Joint legis
lative committee investigating the
alleged "building trust" thnt n
"political bribe recently wiiii offered
Mayor Hylan In n effort to Indttcu
him to sign the 12,372,000 lime
stone, contract for thn new county
courthouse, wns said tonight to
hnvo caused tho committee to re
sume Its Inquiry next Tlvirsdny In
stead cif November 4.
One of the witnesses to bo called
In a man who Is said to have
promised tho mavor tho endorse
ment nf tho 115.000 members nf
Hubert P Hrlndoll'ii building trades
council, If ho would sign the con
tract. This man's Identity wns not
revealed by the committee, hut It
wiih said his name has been men
tioned during thn Inquiry, Thn
committee will endeavor tn get him
lo tell how ho proposed to deliver
tho endorsement of tho workers.
Through tho Information obtained
by thn committee, 1t was unM, tho
Inquiry Is cxpi-cteil to reveal nn
alliance or n league between certain
polltlcnl Interests, nnd lenders In
the building trades,
64 MILLION TONS OF WHEAT
Tliiit V the Yield of Northern Hem
Ispbrrc Predicted )iv Home).
I1D.MI3, Oct. 24. A bulletin Is
sued liv IIm International Institute
of Agileiil'ure todav tinnomnccH that
Hie tiKgiente wheat and rye crops
of t hi' northern hemisphere total
f,2,ion,nop metric tons n against
fil, 7il0 000 inelrle tons In 1819.
Tho production of barley, accord
ing to the bulletin, wait 8 per cent
larger than last yrar, whlb o.itr lu
cre used 21 per cent Tho mn'jte
crop of southern Kernpo was good
und that In Anierlea 10 per cent
mere' t'nin last year The probable
jie'.el of cane sugar Is considered
favorable by the Institute The ex
port e f too.nod tons' of wheat from
Hiltlsh India Ii advocated by the
LEADS IN RACE
Goodyear II Ahead in the
Gordon Bennett Prize
CHICAOO, Oct. 21. Heporta of
several of tho seven I). litems which
left Hlrnilngham, Ala., yesterday In
i ne iniernnuonai race for the uor
don Heiinett trophy were received
from Illinois nnd Indiana towns to
night. Whllo In most instances the
bags could not bo Identified, the
Aiiieiban entry, the Uoodyear II,
piloted hy Halph Upson, apparently
w.n leading nnd all seemed to be
drifting in a generally northward
dlterlion tnwaiil the Great Lakes
Pour bullous wero sighted nt
j Marlon. III., In the southern part of
the st ite unit almost due north of
j Ulrmliigluxm, at 7:30 u. m.
TO HIS CHARGES
OTHER WEAK POLICIES
"Grotesque Inefficiency," Ov
er- Centralization of Power,
Included in Indictment
HE RE-STATES HIS POSITION
People Hunger for Construc
tive American Program,
Says Harding Statement
MAHION, Ohio, Oct. 24. Accus
ing tho democratic party of fetlluro
to plaru Its policies clearly beforo
tho people, Senator Harding nsked
In a statement tonight that his op
ponents? mnkci answer to numerous
ehnrges he has brought ngalnst
them during tho campaign.
At the same time the republican
nominee restated hln own position
on various Issues, and declared that
In his piihllu utterances ho had pro
posed n definite uonstructlvo
policy "to bring our people out' of
the Jungle of mismanagement."
homo of HIh Charges.
Extravagance, un preparedness
for both war and pemec, over-con
Utilization of power, unnecessary
taxation, unsound Industrial poli
cies nnd "grotesque Inefficiency,"
were among the accusations which
.Mr, imrding salil he hail not yet
been answered by tho democrat.
As to tho lengue, he said ho wns
wholly ngalnst the elemocrntlo pro
gram, but believed thero wail "full
expectation of becoming a member
of n wlso association ot nations."
Tho senators ntntdtncnS, ad
dressed "to tho American people,"
follows In full:
"I believe thnt tho men nnd
women of this country nro entltleel
to receive from any political party
seeking their support a clear ans
wer upon tho predominant Issues
which affect tho future course of
"Seldom In tho history of our
country has there been such mi
avoldnnco of this duly on -tho part of
any candidates ns hate been cvldont
among our oppooneiits.
Pesiplo Know of Mlsmiiiiiigcntcnt
"Tho American people nru satis-
fled thnt the conduct of our domes-
ties nffnlrw Una been grossly mls
mnnnged. "They hunger for u constructive
American policy. It hns been my
sense of obligation to treat with
rlarlty and definition thn republi
can plan tor putting our house In
"I nail upon ' tho ilemocratln
party to answer thn charge that Hn
management of dnmcstlo affairs
had brought us to tho brink of nn
Industrial crista In 1914 from which
only world wnr saved us. and Is
oven now leading us toward another
Jo Answers to tho Charges. '
"Thero has been no answer to
tho wall-known fact that they havo
cost Amerlcn untold bllllotiH of dol-
WANTS COVENANT PRINTED
HooMtielt Says VoterW Desire to Head
ii mih nine .no ctuiueo.
II YDKPAHK, N. Y Oct. 24.
rnnkllit IV Itriiwniiilt Ibdh.i,i n
i i iv mi us, i nn im'iiiu iiuri MlIllK'll IIP-
pcallm: to all nowHii.-ijierH of tho
nintn to iMibtlah without "partlnan
IntorprptnUorr tho full covenant of
tho IfrtKuo of natlonn In order to
uhikm win Hoicnin rcri'ronntim of
November 2, a fair proposition."
"Aftitr novum 1 rlnvu In .
New York," ho snld, "I have roal-
izeu uiai many tiiousnnds of voters
Willi Wlnll 111 v.,,.1.1 tl.n in. ......... . ,1.
' " " 'WIUIIIIIH Ui (1)0
league of nations for thcmsolvo.s
n.ivo oeeu unanie to secure copies
or to find It printed In their news
$25,000 Given Demo
Fund bg Allen Ryan
NHW YOHIv. Oct 5 1 Tl.n
crntle national committee today an
nounced uie receipt or a 12,1,000 con
tribution to the Cox campalBii fund
from Allen A. Hyan nf New York.
Mr, Hyan nccomnanled his enntrlhn.
tlon with a letter to George White,
cnairmnn oi inn committee, In which
ho cimrnrtcrlzed tho methods useel
against tno democratic ticket "ns
Infamous from tho beginning."
New York Life
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