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Tulsa's Future Water Supply and Spavinaw Project Hinge on Election
OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPEU
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I OCTOBER OjtS v7
VOL. XV. NO. 52.
TULSA, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1020.
20 PAGES. PRICE f CENTS.
IIO IL ID1
, Throe Amendments Be
f fore Voters Bearing
Upon Water Project
UFAVY VOTE IS NEEDED
I HUH i
i Majority of Ballot Will lluvc
Influence on Governor
When He Makes Decision
PARTISANSHIP IS SCOUTED
Mayor Says Water Board, to
Be Picked by Voters, Will
Not Be 0c-Sideti Affair
(.I.KI1, of Tulsa will vote today
nn three proposed 'charter amend
m.ni. nn clvlng tho city authority i
to .. .uu.ru property for public pur-
pesos anywhere within tho Mate.,
another piovidlng for tho creation
of a non-partisan water commission.
ana another empowering tho city
, police aii iubiio property Bard. i
lew of distunco from tho city and ,
providing for the enforcement of all
health nnd nuarantino regulations
nlthln flvo miles from tho city
lllj'.s n.lurt! in Knlaiit'c.
That the passage of theso nmend
merits all three ot thorn Is neces
try for the Tutur Krowth nnd de
velopment of Tulsa li tho firm be
lief of city officials, directors of thu
clumber of cominereo and others
that have watched Tulsa row to
lt present size handicapped with an
tmwper water Hupply.
Toilay's election is not a water
rlKtlon or a bond election. It Is)
Tiimly a charter amendment elec
tion, at which chances will bo voted
in the present chnrter which will
mako It possible to hold a valid
water bond election nt some future
lime. Tho proposed umendmcnts
make no refcrenco to a source of
water supply nor to any amount
that may bo expended In procuring
Officials Wnnt 111k t'
City officials declared Friday that
It is imp' ratlve that a larRO vote bo
cast, so tlii' Interest of Tutsans may
be apparent when tho amendments,
If passed ko to the governor for his
signature. While there is apparent
ly no organized opposition to the
anicii'linents, It lias been rumorod
for the past two days that a few dls
Srmitlrd polltlelann rere preparing
' iiRr thetr tnflueiicn ukuIusI l'lu
"I undcrbtand a few people nra
(ipimseii to the amendment provid
ing for the creation of the non-par-titan
water eommiron because they
bflieie it will be liartlsan and be-
ausi it will put too much power
' :hi- ImndH of mayor and' com
mlisiniiers." Mayor T. D. Kvntw said
I'rlda.v. '.Such an Idea Ik erroneous.
Thc-e romnilsslonerH will bo elected
tt tin- rcKUlur city elections, but
their names will Ui placed upon a
Kparmc ballot on which there will
i.NYlNUHD O.N 1'AUi: TWO
' HARDING IS IN LUCK
Shakes Had Weather ".llni" on Siii
nnd Sails 'ttmnnl I'liiui.nn
Man In the Wmlil.V
mAHD STKAMSHir PATHS
MIN Vov. 19. (lly wireless to
the Associated Press) Shaking tho
bad weai her "Jinx" thnt wrecked his
vfailon In Texas, President-elect
Wartime, sailed toward Panama to-da-
u uler bright skies ml over a
alllll, i utn
Hi- steamship, the PurJsmlna,
whMi left N'ew Orleans lato yes
terd a afternoon, steered almost due
out'iwird and during the first 24
ho in. of the run bad covered a'.
me" ano miles of tho 1.400 mile
"ourf. t,, Cristobal. .
urr'rers or tile Ship predicted per.
feu weather would pontlnuo
through -nut tho trip.
Tie president-elect slept lato thU
niei imiir ntnl nftpr n brisk wall;
atnn the deck settled down In the
an i sunlight to rend a book about .
r'ati.in.a Soon, however, he became I
nitnr. Kir,, n, ,. nanie of bhuffleboard
bslnB played on deck by some of the
n... . - x.I
'he Kme He practically spent the!
inn i tnim Lilt una n rui-; it lip jmiii
n-fi r n,n ,i,iv in i.iuviM.. Mhnffln.
1 nnd other deck games.
i.nor nmi sirs, linriling occupy
-'i'ii nuun iinininuur inn nun -
foo.s of other members of their
pv They take their meals In th"
6s. i ni dining saloon. Tonight they
"r i a picture show and concert
Kh in their honor.
Hro Drtu-H 'IVnnnts Out.
M.W YOHK. Nov. 19. Four hun
dred tenanta wero driven to tho
In a gpccturular fire which
n residential district nnd
wtfihouso block In West Ono Hun
uiiuku oiock in VCHI uno iiiiii
l and Fortieth streetoarly todny,
ag $100,000 dainafe. Firemen
;nt tho flames firrtwo hours be-
"iu ami r ortietn street
'ore gaining control.
HTAM.KV & Slrfl'Ni:
Pjsil olrmnri, I0 B, lluuldar,
.i.. v. icoo,
rin (Irlrntnl H"f.
nl,i l)l"et)f of nro. Iloghoniin. Ktehum
I lit , m. lo sI0 p. in.
s rAiti.o" r.itwn opkha.
" "aw cn t tt Jtnklr.s Jtutlo dort.
for Hours With
Army of Crows
HIUl'X CITY. Iowa. Nov. It.1
Attacked by thousands of crows
whllo hunting on tint Mlnsourl
rlvtT near here, M. I.. Murray of
Hallx, killed and woutfded morn
than 500 of thu birds In three
hour?, using dbout 200 shotgun
Hhallif. Tho celling darkness guvn
hlhi nn opportunity, to escape.
Tho riRht tneil when Mr.
Murray shot lit n'loni! clow and
wounded It. The wounded Mrd
cried for help, and noon hun
dreds of other camo to Its aid.
Soon tho ground was covered
with dead nnd wounded crown.
Tho remaining hlrdH attacked
Mufrny, striking him with their
beaks nnd wings, When dark
ness enmo the hunter was able
to retreat to a willow patch, and
the crown, unable to advanco
uium him. returned to most
Murray's face and hiuidt wero
turn and scratched by the birds.
HI - JACKER SLAIN
pV pACC OWNER
DT jrl L UVVlNU.n
PawllUSka Gl'Gek Grapples
with Highwayman and
1 lien 1V1HS rilm
HOLD-UP 'A NOVICE'
Dead Highwayman Identified
As Son of Business Man;
His Bride Made Widow
Special to "llie World.
l'AWHUSKA, Nov. 19. Loy Hal
low, aged 21, was shot nnd Instantly
killed on Osage avenue last night by
Charles llurdls. tho Creek manager
of tho Osage cafe, while attempting
to hold up tho cafe proprietor.
llurdls, accompanied by his wife
and young .son,, had loft his place
of business five minutes boforo, and
whllo carrying a bucket In his right
hand nnd a bnttlo of milk In his left,
heard tho commnnd "Stick 'em up!"
culldl nut nhnrolv three times.
As llurdls attempted to lay hie
burden down on the sidewalk younjj
Ballow pressed the sun to his abdo
men, threatening to kill hint. The
Oreek struck the gun away and
grappled with Hallow whose weapon
was discharged In the scuffle, llur
dls reached for his own gup nnd shot
tho highwayman through tho brain,
causing almost Instant death
Hallow Is the son of a lo.Cul trans
fer man and had been marrmu oiny
a short time ago.
FOOD PRICES DOWN 3 PCT.
Sugar, Potatoes, Onions and It Ira nt
Top "f "' l'1"".
WASHINGTON. Nov. IP. - -The ro
tall prices of 22 food articles do
ercasod 3 per cent In Octol-er as com
pared with September, the bureau
of labor statistics of tho department
of labor has announced. Homo of
the Importnt decreases arc: Sugar 24
por cent; potatoes, 15 per cent; on
ions, 11 pur cent; Mce, 9 per cent;'
and coffee, 7 per cent.
Ten articles inrroased li prlco for
Iho month of October. Among them
wero eggs, 14 per cent; lard, li per
cent; raisins, 2 per cent, and fresh
milk, rulled o.its and oranges one
per cont each.
Prices remained unchanged on
pork chops, canned salmon and
JUDGE IS 'FIRED'
Munden Charged With
Not 'Harmonizing With
OKLAHOMA OITV. Nov. 10. The
city commissioners at their meeting
,),! ..finrnniiii ndontcd a rcsolutloli
. . ...........I,,,. A V
i .miiium'ii itum imniKw.-
imiB,.. Th resolution charged Mun-
i a... with Minim to co-ouerate will.
I other departments and thf venereal
uisenso cunic ami wun uuum u.e..w
nriiiciHiu iu iii.imiv ",.....
Tlin resolution wun nm
vinvni-u-altor. and seconded by Mark
commissioner o, public
"Vour wrltte 'r"UP" " mf'Vom.
for Hll iiPP'ttl "..M1.? .., my
nr1LU.nhrnyw Vr hlew of tlm fact
office; howoer. n lu
i hat tho city fn"'".''"
nfflen under civil servlco ap
polntnient. and In view- of the far
further that 1 do not feel that anv
good causo could bo served by such
procecdure an dthnt tho same would
result only In III feeling. 1 have felt
thnt It wan bent to tako the action
hKnvn rufurreii' to."
A few tlnys ago tho mayor usked
for Munden's rslgnatloti and Mun-
den renttested that the case be re-
viewed by-tho commissioners.
OIL LAWYER AND Unemployment,Readjustment PRE-WAR PRICES
MEXICAN CLASH,ef'toWe Harvest of Mfofc,-N GRAIN MARKET
Extravagance and Speculation
Kellogg and Mexico s En
voy in U. S. Exchange-
HAfW DPfll Q HIMTFm
OimUT sULMLO rllM I tU
v - I
,, . , i
vtuuuuiiiiuic . ueiauons ne
tween American Oil Men
and Mexico Officials
OWEN TALKS TO" MEETING
Federal Reserve Bank Should
Extend Credit to Business,
WASHINOTON. Nov. 19. . V.
Pesquelrn, rt'presentatlvo In 'Wash
ington of the provisional government
of Mexico, told the American!
fvirntnn.,, i.,ilit lini., !.!, .t,n
his Koverntnent would "never shame
"Itself by confiscating private prop'-
erty." He spoke nt his own re.
j quest to "correct," he said, state-
mcnts previously made nt tho Insti
tute's meeting by Frederic K. 1a1
1 logg, counsel for'thu Mexican l'o
, tru' tint corporation.
Questioned by Mr. Kellogg ns to
whether tho provisional Mexican
government Intended to contlnuo !
Carraiini s confiscatory pel i-y t..-sonnl and short, period operations1
.vnril American oil companies with1" A L - --
ward American oil companies
properties In Mexico, Mr. I'escitielrit
did not commit himself as to tho fu
ture policy of his government.
When tho Mexican reprebentatlvo
concluded his iiddrefcs. Mr. Kellogg
declared he "had failed to answer
any of tho points raised by American
oil producers wlthi holdings In Mex-i
ico. wnu reel inemseives aggrlnveil, "
Mt, Pesiiuelra charged that Amer
ican oil Interests In many Instances
had acquired huge tracts of land by
dealing In a questionable way with
Mexican government officials. Meth
ods frequently ..sod in acquiring ' II
concessions, tho speaker declared,
"stand as a shame to bo'th parties."
Swap "Diplomatic" IVrsoimlllie.
During Mr, Posruelra"H remarks
and Mr. Kollogg's rejoinder there
wus an exnlmnge .of personiilltli s
framed In more or less dlplomatlu
Mr. 1'esquelrn declared that Art;
el j 27 of the Mexican constitution
ot May, 1917, which Mr. Kellogg had
said Was conflseatnrv In principle,
was not retroactive and "can't bo
considered as such." He objed.d
ho sdded, lo tho policy ot
who are "defaming mv govemuvnt
und obstructing fitupS towards Its
"As long ns American oil com
panies ileal with the Melcin gov
ernment," the speaker i nntlnued.
"only through subordinates and law
yers, -whose main purpose seems to
bo to prtlonj; mj,sundcrstandtrir,
there Is not much prosjiect ot a so
lution of differ nees."
Tho Carranza policy towaul nil
IntercsiH might be regarded ns a
Rtep rWarit nationalization. Mr.
Hut. ho milled, "Is not the ten
CONTINUED ON I'AOK TWO
one evry'mTnute, etc.
Man Anotnl for Taking $11,(10(1 on
Fnke Itaco Itoix tiame.
ATIjANTA. Oa.. Nov. 19 Abe
Powers, who gave his aildiess as
lfouston. Texas, was taken Into ctls
today by the pollco here today, fol
lowing complaint og M. K. Holly of
Altken. Oho. that he had been
swindled out of 111. 000 nn fake
Holly told tho polb e. It was'stated
that Powers had promised returns
on his "sure tip" horse racing
scheme, which he is said to have op
orated In Kiinsru. City. Mo., and that
he lost 1l,oon In bets on Monday
Powers Is held on suspicion and
refused to make any statement
Ailjo.irii Irl-h Healing,
rtv Th. A Hnr, In Ina l'reH.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 19 Morel
j'ye-wltness tales of violence In Ire
land anil ai counts nr social anil
from the effort for Irish Inde
pendence were received today by the
tne iiyiimutee nr
, , lt, . .
r"o commiHsinn men aiijniiriieu oyer)
.... ... .
I XilC I fi-V i 'lV f I t" " 'wo o w n'"!lieV
, - . -
I'lnn l.lw.tiK'k M'"w,
nirer of the Snut bwester;i American
"Uahoma City has
nnno.inced that the annual show
scbedli ed for pebiuarv will be held
', somp me In .March In Oklahoma City
ril(.r tlm. i,r, edees In tb s section
"how V this' city hof.r,. that t.n.e.
Tl'I-SA. Net. I Ma 11 nuun li. mini
mum S mulli wlnil. elrsr.
OICIAIK'MA. SMunUy Uln Bun'luy
prt rlourty to cloudy
AIIKAS'KAH ?tiitrtu snd ,1unily ftr
KANKAS Klr Hatunuy mui numisy
not u,Ui-lr-lir in tuniK-raturt
Tr..U' Ul litems,
city eblb. Hotel Tul, l: It.
About to Keel Keill Effect of Four Years of War and Destine
tion, He Say; SiiKKosts IU'tnedies. for Industrial and
l'bor rrohloms Confronting Nation.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 19Thtoc.n industiy. Mr. Hooven iMl.t. c.iuld
Sources of whole In piodurllon und tic lcseiice by tho expansion and
iinTiiiii ji v.uiiu.i.iiiik i'.ii 11 wvinuiu-;
(lined by llerbeit Hoover tonlKht In
an minress 1m fore the Federated
Ameilnin llnplneeilinr suelelH,
Mjienklnu ns president-elect of the
Intermittent etuptoyinent. unem
ployment that arises In uhlftlnu In-
Ldu'tiliil cuiri'iiis. and i.trlkes and
loelKitlfs were ihe cmuhcm he tnen
tloned. be e:.,H,n.ed. at least ... ,lart. "by
eo-oru. nation ot eeonomlu urouns
tho va.loiiH luduytrles worklni; to
gether to aid ea. h oilier. I'Hng the
bituminous coal liidusti.N as an ex
ample, he said thu bad eronnmlu
functioning .uUI be lemedled
through a eon"ertcd effort of tho
c,,a' operators the coal miners, the
'n ami uie Kreai consumerH to
prevent alternate demand and short
rresont necessary legislation
agaluf-t con.lil.i..lliin. he added.
makes co-onllnatlnti Impossible, but
I,.. ui,i.ui.i . i i . i . .
i!" l. .. "l l..U.n" ' 1 lk:v."1.,",.e,1
some method of goveriimumal In
terert, not In governmental owner
ship, but In stimulation to o-operu-tlon
In better organization "
i.oss of production, Incident to
shlflng of worker, because of sca
ROGERS REOUESTSIFIGHT BREWS ON .
PAY FOR SERVICES
Attorney Who Helped Out
Against Gas Company
Hints lo City
WORK THOUGHT FREElNOT UNFAIR TO LABOR
Chamber of Commerce and
i if 1 11 c
jity ueiicven nogers ut
tered Assistance atr-Gift,
Ctiv Ato.ney Frank H. Duncan
nnd C. H. lingers, local attorney,
I ,v,,rc made tho objects of resolutions
of commendation Friday by tne
mayor nnd city commissioners ana
by directors of the chamber of com
merce at their weekly meeting nt
Hotel Tulsa. These resolutions
strongly prulsed the attorneys for
their untiring efforts In fighting the
proposed Incteaso In raids by the
Oklahoma Natural tins company,
lingers Muddles Water.
However, city ufflcials nro not
qulto clear as to why KogcrB ap
peared before them at tbo commis
sion meeting and asked for remun-
V.....I i.e. ........ I. ..... .1. ,t,u
eraiiun inr inn n i i irm uuuhk
gdH healing. They said Friday they
wero under tho Impremlon thnt Hog
ers was to have been paid by tho
chamber of commerce, which an
nounced through Its officials that fio
was representing It and other civic
organlx.ittona In behalf of Tulsa's
Prior to Friday Uogers' name hud
not been suggio.ed to the city coin-
mission, nor had there been iiiismIIh.
eusslnn of compensation. VClrJvAt.
tornry Frank U. Huhcnn safd Friday
afternonn that In,- told Mr. ltogers
before the hearing opened that there
weio no findH available from the
ultv with which he could bo paid.
Duncan said be welcomed tho as
slstinice of lingers undi.r the gen
ernl Impressloe ih.it his ramttnsrn
tlon would be taken care of by tho
chuinbor of commerce
"I ennsldorcd It splendid that a
'man of Mr. lingers' lallber was to
uw.lst Uh for be suely did assist
un," nuncan explained, "However.
Allh only a limited balance In nvy
nepartment. anil knowing there are
no funds In the city treasury wllh
WUICU III liny nun. I mm nun iiuin
ly that he could expert no pay from
the city. Mr. ltogers and I did
mako two tripf te 'Oklahoma City
, ... - - "
.ocethor lo ntt. nd hearings, and
,raV(,llnK 'xpenM-s on these
ui nuui m .u...
niarenee II. I)..uirlas. nianni:liiir dl
rertor of the chamber nf commerce.
Mild Filday night that llogeis did
lake part In the hearing under the
auspbes of the chamber of roni.
merer anil fit her civic oruanlz.itlons.
but that he volunteered hh services'
and that It wus iho Rvnocal Impres
slon left by Mr. lingers thnt he
would make no charge tor his .serv
ices. Volunteered Kcit Icrs,
"Tho resolution paksed by (llree
tors of the chamber of tommrrco at
noon today unking that lingers lie
retained by the city at Its expense
rofetred lu the possibility of un np
I,. ,.. ,i..,..kinn. If adverse, to the su.
np.-ti iinm inu i ... i'wi ...nn. nmi ino
' 1 ..... '
court, ulthounh It did not sno.
plflcally state thh). In event ift ur
appeal, wo felt that lie should be
paid for his services In that Conner
Hon I did not know ho had Intl
CONTINUED ON PACIB KHrTKUN
neiicr nrgnu.r.niinu 01 He 111 nun iu.
e.nl l.ibor exchntiHoN.
t'nlem suoh maehlnery U provid
ed, tho Individual workei, he wild.
"Is helplesi to find the contacts
liecessiiry to make this shift "
rnnirx Cilltvllw Hi.i'ki.IiiIi.K.
strikes ..mi lockouts wouiu be!
materially lessened by the universal1
iicreptaneo nnd UtV of eolleetlve bar
KiitnliiK, Mr,' Hoover deil.tted. add-
'Z ". ."" UlX
lines laid down by the president's
second Indtistilul conference, of
whic h he vh a member. Mr llitnv
er then Issued a warning, saying:
"We have Just pauied through a
period of unparalleled speculation,
extravagance and waste. We shall
now not only reap Its Inevltablo
harvest of unemployment and read
justment, but wo shall feel the real
effect of four years of world de
struction and from It econuiule and
social problems ujll mund out In
Othsr silRucstlons made by Mr.
in'ovei in riiiiny ine moor siiulliiu
Included the establishment of two
or three levels of wage In each trade,
the position of each man In such a
h. ale to be based upon comparative
skill and character. This, he s.lld,
would levlvo Hcif interest "'"I
Illative Ho also advocated exteu
slon of tho shop commute.) system
Expert Compulsory Medi
ation Scrap Before
Senator Cummins Thinks
Workmen Won't Oppose
If They Understand it
lly .1. HAUT CAMPllU..
I. N S. Htatf .CorrtspoaJfTil.
WAHHINOTON, Nov. 19. V fight
over compulsory arbitration of
strlkestby tho federal government Is
anllaltiated by mombers of congi'esn
during the upprouehlng shutt ses
sion. Senator Cummins, republican of
Iowa, chairman 'of tho Interstati
coTfimercu commission said today he
would seek to hnvu restored to the
transportation act tho anll-strlke
provisions adopted by tho sunato but
rejected by tho house during thu hist
llo believes, he added, u "campaign
ot education" would convlnco organ
lzcd labor that the antl-strlko provi
sions would Insure railroad employes
receiving a "eUaru deal" In disputes
between them and their emplo Cs.
Senator Cummins said ha was re
elected o'l November 2, ufler the or
ganized lubor forces In his statu, ur
rayed against him at the oulael-of
thu campaign as at. author of ih
tiansportJtUiu act, bceau to iimlfr-
tt.iml towurd lis1 close the mollis ot
tho iintl-strlku provisions -which he
"1 bellevii rallroud men arc bo -
coming convinced the nnll-slrike -
piovlslons would piovlde them wlthi
a nmie i ffectlvo weapon and provu'NO WAGE CUT IS
mo.o advantageous to them than thu i
strike," Senator Cummins said. "I
am sure they are beginning to iin
dcrtMiiid tbut the creation of an
anti-strike tribunal, as was proposed
under the transportation act, would
ensure their icdtvlng a wnge to en
able Vhem to llw decently and to
posiiess p.oprr worMng conditions.
When 1 DlllBlli re-eiei i'"'i.
,. i ,ii.i nut have the support of
niinu.v. . ..... - - - -
1 f,,,,ii' they weio not Informed as lo
tllroail men in my sum-. i
., nie.illlnu am. lllirnnae tu vie
jnt'.nirlUo provisions, of which I
, "waB widely i rttlelsed. So I un-
( ,)rtooK "cumriiilgn 'f eUucittnv"
I , . i,iiv., win a the eleeilon took
, nn nnre A. v-niiiri'ih".
, h., ti. support of a major-
i,v or tne men wnu ui.'i".
- 1 me '
ti,u seiiotor cxpreMied the uplnlon
the anll-slrlke provisions would.
pruvldeMhe means for preventing all'
wtrlkes on Ihe country rnaus, ami
i n, i m unrui us tl IC r.iiiru.iu cm
nloves tetierulli understood til
,.,.,,. ,.m iii would nan fio.n tin
provisions opposition to then, and
out of congress would melt away.
He admitted, however, he expect
ed to encounter on.u en.w. .. po-
sltlon at the coming short session to,
his plans to. iHive the proylslons!
lll.iUO a pari ot ino iran-j.ii. m.iuu
He wild there also hud been con. , An -appeal front tho decision nf joe
slderablo tulk nf tho advisability of.H, Morris, se:retnry of stftlo, ileclar-
- ,. ..... ... P,.i.p,,ii,i . r u
repeal UK m " " " - r -
' ..urt ut 1 mi
This tax is leuuy jnuuvu i.iun inu
people purchasing trannportatliin,
rhn senutor said.
. ... .... 1.. ......... .....
k in liiunu w nu
us" tlm rullroads,
not thosu who
Corn and Oats (In Rocket
ing Down; Wheat Also
.Their Withholding of I'ro-
dtictH Fails to Prevent Con
' tinuation of Decline
STOCKS STILL B'REAK FAST
Heavy Losses Sustained on
New York KxcIiuhbc; Call
Money Down to G Per Cent
CHICAllii, Nov. 19. --Pro-war
prjees mailo their first appearance
today in the Kralt. market. Com nnd
oats were sacrificed whylesnle In tho
trailing pits, until bum cereais wrie
sipiuiely on an aute-bullipii basis of
value. Transaction In wheat were
nlsii ot great volume, with prices
slashing In progress.
Ilenorted unsettled general huM-
ness conditions furnished the back
ground, and largel supplies of food
stuffs were said to be In sight will.
livestock being rushid lo market In
stead of being hold on farms, accord.
ing to repons, wneai siioweu it
self tlie most sensitive of any board
of trude commodity, and stopped
fulling only after having broke 9 3-1
Hear leaders' ronceded that farm
ers wero lo h largo degree hucccsh-
fully maintain ng n hulding pulley
as to wheat, but. took the ground
that the wbeut must lit 'sold some
time, and that In the meantlmo Can
aila uh supplying the urgent de
mand In this con n t rv and wus fur.
thcimorn glutting the I'nltrd States
mnrketa with Canadian cultlo a.
ni:w mv iii:coiiiik ov
.i:w yohk i:.'('ir..N'(3i:
NICW YOHIC, Nov. 19. Tim stock
market developed further weakness
during the morning session. Induy af
ter opening with n moderate stow
firmness. Calls for extra margins
issued bj brokerage houses after
yesterday's collapse, met with Indlf
fetcnt icsponse. nnd this evidently
precipitated further liquidation. New
jow records were mndo by muny
special Issues nnd especially those
embracing the food varieties. He
fore noon additional looses of 2 to 5
points wcie nuHlHlqect iy corn prod
ucts. American sugar and Virginia.
Sla.ida.il Industrial withstood the
Increased presmre for a whllo biij
yielded when crucible stool broke 7
points. Shippings were again under
Iho cloud created by tho suspension
of American Iiiturnalloual dividends,
.Mercantile Marine pril., and Culled
FruR losing 2 to S points.
Oils. In which a better tendency
had been manifested, reacted 1 to r
points ami early gains of 1 to 3
points In high grado railway shared
Such favorable factum ns the 7
per cent cull mousy ratn and another
rully In exchange on Iindoi. received
losses were extended at midday
whon United Hlaten Hteel established
a new minimum for three years and
llelhlehem Hteel registered its low
est price slnco I91S
Hnldwln ticotnotlve. Mexican IV
Iroleum, Atlantle (ulf and Indui'trlul
Alcohol were, the other features of
Hie mn.icv market cnnl unci! to
ense with all loans at 6 per cent,
but foreign exchange forfeited pait
of lis rally.
St... Worker '.uh. ..Ulng ,'., W... nV'S "cu,!e and'
v...l.!'.J.eV',.'.'i'-' .'.'r' v. ""-on hours Int. i Hoanoke police
1U1 MiSIUW.S, Ohio, .Niiv, 19. held-up an AUti.mnlule and afler a
In a statement today to einplnjes ofl.,iHto liatll'- killed one of the three
the Viiutigstown Sheet and Tube 1 ; cupants imik i'"' nilier two prls
omnVany. the Jargiwt liiilepeuileut . oners ami re.-ev. red Hie P.nl from
steel lompuny In (ho Voutigstonn n,,. hank In tin- .null" 1'uirolmat.
district. James A. Campbell, presl-
n is nm imeiy iiimt inero win ne
a general redurllon
in wages n
- nmiici nil'-
"Theij. rurelv will be later on ' ilie
statoment continued, "not. however,
until tho nst nf Ihlng has been
liU'OII i MUX nlOrUllllt
rnu ,l,l ;,, P; ' Until
UUHUf.ll III Ollll lUllll
S.rcUI tu Th Wollll.
Pliltliv. 'okln. Nov. t. -Klrh)
Frans, fcdeiul prohlilin enforce,
ini'i.t officers or Oklahoma City and
formerly active in Oklahoma poli
tics, was shot anil pruhahly fatally
woundud ot 9 o'clock tonight whllo
M , ,
, Ilr AmcxIkIkI 1'ftri Htt Wirt,
i ( llv I .A III )M A I'l'I'V Mm. 14
- ' i i ..... ... t, ... .1..:
i , i"K iv hi .1 b. i.im.iuy?. peui on
seeking to establish u state pardon
Htinuinir ifi fhtniniMn n Himr i.iiini
anu jinroin uoarii w" ue men wun
i.the supremo court ut unco, it was
.. 1 .. ........ ...... ......... .... ............... ......
1 lllllinmil .1 l.M.i.y 11 . i.iiiii.i.tu ill"
sell, corporation commissioner and
instlgiitur ot the petitions
of Miss Barton
IlItOM'.N HOW, Neb. 19 Hetl
n, c, allrged slayer f Mias
l'loren. e Itart'.n, Kansas Oiy so
ciety girl .tpturcd today near
Oconto, eh.. following his re
cent esiiipe from a railroad train
near here attempted to kill him
self by strntiKllitK in Hi" county
Jail here late today.
Chester tore a blanket into
strips, tied one end around a bar
of his cell, placed the o.her end
around his neck and then allowed
himself to fail biukwurd with
his feet still on the floor. He was
found iitironiielous In this position
by Hherlff V. V Talbot nnd the
latler's brother-It. -law. II. F. Ken-
t.'hpsler said this a(teruooti ha
would but resist extradition to
iBY HOUSE THIEF 5
Surprised While at Work,
Man Huns and Leaves
HOUSE IS RANSACKED
Fur Coats Spread Out on
Floor and Trunks and
Two bundles of sllvrwati U)e
tioi.eiiu' tilkun from lumc o:nei' re
Idenrt In town w ere f jund by .lack
rioW'ill, .1 10S Hunt Fifth, nbout 10
o'clock last nlKht when ho ruiU.nrd
homo from town und upan cntetlng
tin, bobsn suriirlseil a Inline, pruwj".
at work. As Snwell walked it.lo
th fryntjioom the prowler who won
worklne n IPC aujoiniiiK ium
lilnmnil III, fffllM Ills lillCI, ml.
through the Zioiise nnd cut tho hudi
door, leaving all tho 1001 '.in nnd in-
lnn,.e,1 lilklllL- frillll SOWIllI'll llOUM
Ills cap and ulso the two bundles
tiees Prowler "Itelieiit,"
Howell lold tho police that when
he appioucl.ed the house ho noticed
a light burning- "As I onlereil the
front door, u medliiin built in"..
Jumped up from thu floor in th
next runt" und disappeared out H"'
biok 'door. I ran to get my gun
from a dresser drawer but the uoii
lents yf Ihu drawer were on Hie
floor and my gun goilii." Police
naide a search f Ihe neighborhood
hut the thief had made good hlu
The lnslio of Howell's house re
sembled tho china shop afjer tUe
bull's visit, according to police of
ficers. Contents of dresser drawer,
tninlui -und chillies closets were
scattered everywhere. In tho mid
dle of tho dining room floor, two
fur coats had been spread down and
two cI.osIh of sllverwnro were
wrapped up It. tho coats.
On NiKiml Trip.
Officers expressed the uplnlon
that tho thtrf wav on hlu second
tilp to thu house. No reports weio
mndo at ho.idqunrlcrs of nny house
prowlers In the neighborhood of Ho
The onl) other house burglary
reported was at R0S North Mayboll
Neighbors .ailed the police about
li; 30 o'clock and said thnt two men
had Just loft the house, officios
made it search but no inire nf tin-
men could lie found. Ilesldents nf
tin- house are unidentified as yet.
Hunk llanillls (Jcl sl.Vi.iluil.
iiii.W . Ik' I' V a Nm 19- The
bunk nf U ailgnw, Ulnsgow, Vu was
n iiciidi.x wnssltgl.il wounduii.
TPI KFFP T.n ON rSl..&ftSsr-'
J l I L I V w v t
Avert? Allies Broke TVcaty;
and Says She Is Not
I Bound . It
OKNFVA. NovnlO. Tho (Jerman
government nu longer considers It
seir bound by the clauso of the er
siillies treaty by which (iorinat.y sur-
renders her colonies to wic uiiios. nc
cording to an official note of protest
which has lieen tirenunieii 10 uie
liiiL-ue of tuitions.
The nolo declares the allies have not
lU.Ul.eU 111111 lllinri .unii
Ipg tho clause of the tr.it eouceiu
lug tt.B UllOimOIU ui III e viwrnmu "i- nun iisn.
onle and matuUtes. It adds that 'I'.jij WANTS (irovldo capubl. work
hAVlnc Isncd tlti. puct of the Icaitui) 1 .,. i every lln of possible en-
of nations, r.ermanv unders'oou
WOUIU no aiiinu'-" l"
und conn-uuctitft nk 1 t 1" ' 'l
ullntment of m usdaf u 'hat m i
sho no longer c inHldr-s l.erseir ns
bound by tluv rlauso o ft he treaty
U. S. AND JAPAN
Tokio Agrees to Sttip Tm
inigratioir, Say Lon
MINOR POINTS PEND
Hut All Important Issues Ad
justed, Is Word; Washing
JAPS NOT EXPECTING WAR
ICnvoy in Uritain Says Nation
Is Not Taking Undue
Stvidos in Militlirism
LONDON. Nuv. t.9.--The Dally
express today printed tho fnllowlw:
uiiiegtnm from Hue. Hvas. Its
"The main lines of the Japnnrse-
Amerlcan ngri'ement urn neurin'4
final settte'iietit. Japan nureOH to
stop Immigration to America, Amer.
lea grants full citizens i n to the
Japanese already thoro. Minor poInU
such as land ownership nlul dual
Jnpanueo nationality will be adJiMt-
u iiDou tno general principles of the
settlement. There Is every prospect
thai the dangerous questions have
been disposed of."
STATU IH", PA ItTM l!NT
WAHHtNOTON. Nov. 19. -Offi
cials nt tho state department de
clined absolutely todny to comment
upon uispntcnes from Toklo tothtt
euei-i inni urgi. nations between
Japan nnd the I'nlted Flutes urn
ncnrlnc a final spttUinent. rmii.,r
than to rolternle that the conver
sations on tho settlement of tho Cn!-
iiiiin.it situation are progrcsslnt
IIKNIKH .IAPA.V MAIil.VC
UNUKUAIi H'Alt PHKP.Mt.vriO.VS
lly WIM.IAM U MAI.UVHAK
I. N. H. Stuff t'orrsiiiomlant
LONDON. Nov. IS.DonlHl that
Japan Is making unusual war pre
paration was Issued hero todsv by
"iiKiii, ucung cuargo u atralrs
of tho .lapnneso embassy In Iho ab
sence of Japanese ambassador, who
Is attend Ing (ho lesguo of nations
meeting at Oenova. Dr. Nngnl dpon
not think that another war Is com-
He said that Austinllii and Cnnsda
do not fear an Invasion of Jnpancso
l.nmlgrnnls. beennsn .lnmina..
all her men at home.
r unirnclH which were tentatively
made with airplane matiiifiietiii-.ra
and nun makers huvn not yet been
signed and there seems little llkll
hond thnt they will be," said th
Tim economic situation In Japan
at this time Is such as prohibit
such expolidltuics. Wo arn building
warships, of course. Hut this Is
merely In lino with tho tegular nro-
Ilr. Nngnl said thero was no rea
son for either Australia or Canada
... niiiinnu rxilfWHl Ut IIIO AllKlO-
'It is not a combination for of
fensn or defense," explained f).-.
.Nagnl, It merely calls for cnmpul
sory crbltratlnn should any move ho
made by Japnn upon nngthor nntlon.
Aiistra,.n and Canada . aiipnrrnl v
fear great Immigration, bllt thiH fear
Is groundless. Japan needs all her
men nt hoici. We uouhi not grant
permission in our workmen to leave
the countrv uuIihh they seo a big
material ndi iiitiign u going.
I'r .NllKIll Wllu forilll-lv In
Inpnncsr consular service at
j Angeles am) Sap Franselco.
mil Fiahl Iiwolvinn
Matw Millions Settled
IIOHTON. Nov lU.-Ai.noUnce.
maul that tho contest over the will
of IMuanl F. Hearles of MothuVn anil
.Sew Yorit, involving many millions
of dollars, had been settled out of
F. Chonie, Jr., counsel for the 0x0.011
court wn mado tonight by Charles
tors, and Hlterlnan I,. Whipple, conn
r.el for Albert V. Henries of Huston,
w nephew or the UouUitor. rVho r.on
tested thu dncuh.ent, Thex refused
to illucloso the termu 'of the settle
fhino Tin: '.ants
It's un eas mi.tt.-r 1 'urn TllfJ
WOULD WANTS to gnnd uc-ouni
AVhut are voui- most pressing nroil
Consider the 11.. t tKcessary thin .a
In home and business, put THhJ
WANTS lo work for nu ut once,
("upe' le hervants, u fok, a maid,
and "lli'i- dnliiestlu helpCfs all
msv lie sun .noned Ihrnugh a WANT.
TUB WANTS turn obsolto and -dls-
- m.e.1 arm tea 01 iiuusvut.iu c.,u...... ...
rill-I WOULD W A.ni are ar your
, imim.ind t" luak'y 1l'i you in
scores of ways,
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