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RELIABILITY CHARACTER ENTERPRISE
OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER
VOL. XV, NO. 73.
fO KEEP OSAGES
WARDS TILL 1956
of Mouse Indian Com
WOULD UNSERVE OIL
Snyder Uclicves 25-Year Ex
tension of Trust Period
DEALS BLOW AT RED TAPE
tal and Cut Out Much
Work at Washington
Sr-inl I" The World.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 10: Chair
man Homer. 1'.. Snyder of tho hnusi
Indian affairs cotnmlttce today came
out for an extension of tho Osnge
trut period for 25 yearn from lta
pri-tonr expiration date In 1931. Sny
der's actlun wbh believed to make
certain tho, extonslon of tho trust
period. It has been believed that
would oppose It.
Snyder's announcement, wan In tho
form of a printed report on the
.000-mllo trip of (ho Indian affalra
(omlmtten of tho houso last surfirner.
The report was sent to the clerk of
the house following a call upon
Snyder by a donation of Osages
To Md Conservation.
Snyder f M tliat ho h convinced
that In the Interest of conservation
of oil and gas and In tho Interests
of all the pcopTn In this country In
cluding tho Indiana, that then
fhould bo an extension of this agree
ment for another 25 yoars. ,
Chairman Snyder also recom
mended that an arrangement bo
made so that tho bona fldo surface
nnner (hall bo compensated for any
lots by reason of tho cxtcnsloB. Ho
alno recommended that nil Osage
Indians of leas than half Indian
blood shall bo immediately declared
rltltcns and como Into possession of
all their rights In tho leases and
Ichta hereafter accruing to tho
It was filrther recommended by
Snyder that at least 50 per cent of
tho money that accur.es from the
leases and royalties, or from uther
tourers' o tho full blood Osage In
dians, shall bo Impounded for their
Another recommendation of Sny
der's will meet with favor In Okla
homa. Ho would consolidate the
work at the Indian offlco at Mus
kogco and discontinue all oric at
thc( Indian offlco hero, which Is In
duplication of rtio work doni' nt
thu Muskogco office. A consolida
tion of this character, snydcr saw,
would eliminate tU per rent of the
work that Is dono nt tho Washing
ton offlco pertaining to tho five
Snyder said that If necessary an
assistant secretary of tho Interior
fhould be stationed at Muskogee,
adding, "Tho consolidation at Mus
kogeo Is not only in tho Interest of
economy from a governmental
standpoint but It will greatly expe
dlto tho handling of nffalrw and will
greatly protect tho flvo tribes."
'Shotgun Justice? for
y Bandits Is Suggested
HICA06 Dec 10. Shotgun jus
tfco for bandltB wan recommended
by Judge Bernard I Barcsa of the
municipal court today, In which he
held the. alleged robber In bonds of
130,000 cacli. Tho men ore. accused
of holding up a garage In Ln.
Orange, taklng-1142 and two auto
mobiles. "It Is too bad thoro could not have,
been komeona thcro ahead of them
with a double-barreled shotgun to
Klve them quick Justice," tiff Judgo
CONSTANTINE PROUD KING
Ileitis Elected, by Popular Voln, He
reels Like II. K. PnUdeiit.
fir Tho Aeeoclstert I'reea. "
LlCEItNK. Switzerland, Ded. 10.
J'ormcr King Constantino of Greece,
In an open mciwago to tho American
pei po today, saya ho feels like tho
preMdent of tho ' United States, in
asmuch an ho, has been elected to
lulu ove'r Oreeco by popular vote,
o reiterates his oxpresslon of good
lll toward the untente and tho
l'nlted Stateg and thanks tho Amer
lean people for tho rympathy und
Impartiality shown hlm. "
Gifts for the
The man who smokes in
usually particular regarding
'ho kind .oft tobacco he uses.
Most, tnen slick to one brand
of cigars, cigarette or pipe to
huooo oftd uso no other.
It U always wfo to bur home
thing all smokers should lutve,
hui'Ii mi aah trays, match nates,
kinokliur stands and humidor.
You will find all these articles
listed-under "Christmas Gift
Each anlcln la fullv described
ltcnd tlio ods. Make up your
nilnd now wltat you want to
gto and suvo uselrwi step.
waiiilCTlng from More to utore.
Head tho Ad In ChiH-slflcatloit
Woman Sues Oil
Man for Jewels
Used for 'Front'
Brcll to Tin Vtrld,
KANSAS CITY, Mo Dec. 10. -
,Mlss Ada I'ullenf giving her ad
dles as tho Hotel Muohlcb.ich,
filed suit hi tho circuit court to
day to recover $9,060 from frank
Thompson, oil promoter, a fre
quent guest ut tho Muehlebach.
The utu represents the unpaid
-balance on Jewels Mis l'ullen ul
legua she entrusted to tho euro of
Mr. Thompson last December, so
mill Mil COUIU "II1.1KO a good.
iruni, in nis iiUBiiiess.t
Miss Ihillen stated In her peti
tion she hud known Thompson for
fcomu time when hu nskod her lust
December to iv him her jewels.
It was agreed, the petition states,
ho could havu tho Jewels to uso as
tin nset In bin business and that
they would bo leturhcd to Miss
Miss PttUon nllcgen after
Thompson got possession of tho
Jewels he avoided her. hventually,
sho stiiti'H, shu met hlnl and de
manded the return of nor prop
erty. Ho expresed regret that ho
could not return tliern, but wild ho
would pay thn cash value.
Thompson, the petition alleges,
had converted tho Jowols Into
mull. When she was told they
had been converted Into cush, she
demanded tho money.
Thompson l president of thn
Mid-Continent Oil, (las and ltc
' fining company of tills city, lie
denied tho Jewels ntory nnit sas
ho never heatd of tho wom.in and
that it Is a plain' cuso of black
OF BOLD ROBBERS
Think "Tall One" of Two
Feared Highwaymen Is
Now Under Lock
"SHORT" ONE IN JAIL
Curtis Basford and J. A. Nel
sor.t Both Under Arrest, Al
leged Make-Up of Pair
BclleA'cd by tho police to bo tho
pfther' member of "that pair," J. A.
Nolsonwas arrested about 1 o'clock
yesterday afternoon by Iko Wllkor
sorl.and Charles Andcrnon, clty de
tectives at lie south Guthrie. Nulsort,
tho police say. Is tho "Mutf'of tho
"Mutt nnd Jeff pair of hl-Jackers
that about six weeks ago started a
small reign of terror among the mo
tortus and pedestrians of 'Tulsa.
"Jeff was arrested, In tho person of
Curtis llasfoid, Sunday night when
ho and "Mutt" nttomptcd to stick
up J. M. IiCmon of Red Kork.at First
"The pair" oppronched Lemon nnd
demanded that ho stick 'em up. Hut
Lemon grabbed tho shorter of the
two, nnd held his shoulders until
tho tall "stlckup" Mruck Lemon over
tho head with the butt of a gun.
Lemon reeled but held ills grip of
the hl-Jaeker until Charles Hutchison
of Tied l.-ork. who had been walking
about B0 feet bohlnd Lemon, nlso
added his grip to that of Lomon'a
and tho enptor was held until the
nrtllco arrived. Tho tall robber es
caped' Tho "small ono" gavo hla
name ns Curtis llasford and Tuesday
vvns given a preliminary hearing on
conjoint robbery. Ho was sent to
Jail In default nt IB.OOO bond.
Picks Man In "fJnllery."
At tho tpollco station, after being
given medical attention for hla
wound caused by thn robber's blow,
Lemon and Hutchison glanced
through tho '.'rogues' gallery" and
therein found a plcturo labeled J.
A. Nelson "That Is the other man,"
Lemon told the police. Further In
vestigation disclosed tho fact that
NclBOII hail served a sumeiitu in. wiu
city Jail on a chargo of tato vog
rancy. , ,
Warrant for his nrrest wcro
sworn to by Lemon and Nelson's ar
n fallowed yesterday. Tho of
ficers had niado three nther trips to
his houso tney saiu. nnoriiy uncr
his arrest, Lomon 'appeared atld
nnelth-eW Identified Ntdson na the
fntt" nf thn stick ups. Ho wai
turned over to -tho county offlor
lato yesterday afternoon.
M Hull' of "Pair."
Chief of Police John A. Oumafson
who bellsves that in.tho capture of
Basford and Nulion "that pair" haa
come to grier alter naving perpo
iri .ft. lnnir strlnir of robberies.
asks that all victims of highway
robberies during thn past two
months report .at police station,
'where they will bo uiod In an effort
to connect tho pair with other rob;
herlea. . ,
"Since th arrest of Hasford there
has been ft surprising dearth of
highway robberies." said tho chlnf.
'I bellevo the 'moralo' of 'that pair'
wm broken down by the arrest of
llasford and that Nelson's capture
1ms endod operations for at least
ono 'gang.' " .
TUI.HA, Drc. 10. Mtslmum li, mln
imiim VI WJUIH winuB, ,rt.
OKIAllOHAi Btunlty prt clmidr.
wrmr I nMt portion! aundsy part
AnttAKBAai flAturdsy fair, warmer;
KANSAS: Fair Haturday, bacomlnr on
atlttfd Sunday, continued mild temptr
a(ra. TOI)A'a lAWM. KVKNTd.
mtv iub. Hotel Tulaa. 12:1B.
AriiU" by Paul 1'lndlay, netall Mar-
cnania aaaooaiion, niunicipi Huaupriunt.
RTANI.KV V MrKlUHK
Pimnral Dlrrrtin. CO H, lluuldnr. I'lionaa
O. 1S3X-1C0O. Ambulanca strvlca. Advt,
HOT SCRAP OVER
Unable to Agree on
Split of Spoils
JAPAN OPPOSING U. S.
Franco Also. Balks at Settle
ment Proposed by Amer
MAY DISRUPT CONFERENCE
Breaking Up of fleeting in
Washington Threatened by
Dispute OvtV Cables; .
lly Tin Aaaoclalc.J Pro.
WASlll.NllTON, Dec. 10. Dis
agreement botweeu the reprrsonta
tlve of the principal addled and as
sociated pqwers over tho disposi
tion of the former (Jerman cablot
Is understood to havo about reached
a point threatening disruption of
the preliminary International com
munications conference, which bus
been In session hero munn weeks.
Tho Pnlted States. (IreUt llrltuln
and Italy aro salil to have reached
nn'nccord on most of the principal
pcunis at issue, out Franco ana
Japan have refused to accede to the
major proposals advanced Miy the
L'nlted States ond Italy nnd upon
which the American and Italian
Up (o Sennit' ComtiilttN.
Acting Secreiary Davis of tho
state department, chairman of tho
American cominlBstoiiers to tl con-
icrenco, laid tho whole matter be
fore tho sunato foreign relations
committee nt a two-hour conference
today behind closed doors. Chair
man Ixidgo announced later that
tho American proposition had re
ceived tho "unqualified approval" of
tho committee and that co-operation
between tho state department.
and tho senate committee on the
question had been arranged for.
So far ns tho Untied Slates Is con
cerned tho principal issues nro con
trol of thu cablo lines centering at
tho Island of Yap In the Pacific
ocean and a direct lino between thu
L'nlted States and Italy. Italy Is
Joining with tho United States In in
sisting upon tho direct cable be
.tween the two countries.'
Delegate Pull to Meet.
A plenary session of tho delegates
to the: communications conference
scheduled for today was not held,
It was said, becausQ ,of tho impos
sibility of reaching an 'understand
ing among tho chiefs of tho dele
gations of thn flvo powers who mot
last night Informally In an effort
to bring about a compromise.
At this Informal conference, It Is
understood, a proposal was brought
fprward that Instead of proceeding
In the attempt for tho distribution
of the cables among tho flvo pow
ers, an' agreement b reached for
Joint ownership of the lines. Tho
United States. Great Drlialn and
Italy aro said to havo supported
Ill's plan and France and Japan to
have opposed It.
Internationalization of islands,
such as Yap, serving as tho center
for cable communication, also- Is
reported to havo been brought for
ward at tho Informal meeting last
night, but Japaniand Franco are
Mid to havo opposed It.
Ilraiiln Urnderick on
Stand for Her Mother
CHniSTIANIA. Norway, Dec, 10.
Tho distribution of tho Nobel prizes
was made hero today. Tho princi
pal awards tho peace prlisa for
1919 and 1920 wero given respec
tively to Leon llourgeols of France
and Woodrow Wilson.
.Tho peaco prlres wero presented
during the afternoon at a ceremony
whlnli was Hkorn of all ostentation.
Tho lllorattiro and other prizes wero
delivered this evening In, tho pres.
onco of the royal family. Tho klii?
did not attend the afternoon cere
monies. Ijrgo numbers of notabls
of tho world of literature, art and
sclonco wore prcaent on both acca
Actor Sues "J. McGraw
for $25,000 Damages
NEW VOKK, Dec. 20. Suit foc
125,000 has been begun'agalnst John
McGraw, vlcc-prealdont and man
ager of tho New York (Hants, by
John C. Slavln, actor. It was
learned today through Nathan
rturkan, counsel for Mr, Blnvln.
Burkan, counsel for Mr. Slavln,. Hla
vln received severe Injuries In a fall
believed to havo been caused by
blow,, In front of th ho,mo of Mc
OrawMast summer. Slavln nnd an
other companion had accompanied
McClrow homo from th,Lamb club,
where McClraw previously had boon
engaged In a fight with another
SHAVED f RESHIES' HEADS
Result la That 46 UpperetaMimcn
, Art Indefinitely Suspended.
f GAI.NEHVILLB, Florida, Deo, 10,
Forty-fl re student of tho University
of Flort a wero Indefinitely suspend
ed todaj as a rosult of a faculty In
vestigation of the shaving of heads
of lowe classmen by momheru of
the upp r clusnes. Written pledges
.tot to ndulgo In hazing are re
quired i n matriculation at the uni
versity Vid the faculty decided that
the ' amiUeur barbers had violated
(heir pie gen . ,
Holler Ii nlc 4lh anil Klilri. Kiiurai.4 tu
C-.JOi 1 lt ;Jj tiii to 19130 V. in. Advt,
TULSA, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11,
Movie Men, Reporters and
Lawyers Spend Afternoon
Waiting-Still No Clara
POUT WORTH, Texas. Dee. 10,
Clara JJarton Smith, rhuiKul with
murder In connection ui'h tho
death nf Jake L. I lutnuii. fulli'd
to appear at tho ofdcoH i.f her at
torneys, McOleuii, Scott atid Mc
Lean, hero toduy us had been ex
pected. All urrangeineiitH had
been mnde for tho young womsn's
reception and the law firm's oul-on-offlres
wen filled nil day Wtli
nowspaper men. Motion picture
camerus wcreNtct up in tho street
nnd once when n young woman re
pot trr hurried up lo lulerlvlew
.Mr. Metvan a oaineru rn.it t ground
MI-slHmlth was not to hf arrest
ed while In Fort Worth It was
undelstood she was to be permu
ted to return to Arilmore, olilii ,
where It Is charged she fired the
shot November 21 that caud
Hamou'n ilenth November 20 Her
nltornejs expected her to nnlvo
hern from the vicinity of Kl rnsn.
Tsxaa. . Preparations li.nl been
rftudn to make her suhiulwton to
the Inw ns convenient ns posilbb'
and It was llhdislood she would
leave tho train some whet e weit of
Fort Worth iihd be driven Into tho
clt-y In an automobile.
Onco here she was lo be Inter
viewed by tho law firm and then
permitted to resume h"r Joiirm'v
ON HAMON CASE
Woman Politician of Mus
kogee Expresses Oppo
sition to His Wife
"If ldimrn do not slnnd for clean
liolltlcs und decent pally manage
menf, It would Im better If they did
not havo the ballot."
"If It 1 necessary to have a woman
named ns national tcpuhllcati com
mitteeman from Oklahoma, It would
not bo neeesi'iry to go out of tho
atate to Chicago to find her,"
Theno two "Ifs" voiced by Mrs.
Otis It, Cureton of Muskogee, vice
chnrlman of Iho state ri'publlcaii
committee, during n visit to Tulsa
yesterday proved conclusively her
vleUH anent tho Jako llamou type
of politics nnd the proposed np
tinlutment of Mrs. llamou n Okla
"lteports which I hear from all
ovcr-the-state show-that wnmrit fir"
disgusted with the sensational do-
COHTtNtTKt) ON I'AOK filJVIWTJJKN
Tulsa Woman Writes Poem
Of Reassurance to Kids
"Tulra can. Sho' ulways litis
In times of need proved true.
Tulsa will. She ulways will.
Things needed most she'll do.
So. let It now bo understood
Sho loves tho llttlo Tulsans hero:
She'll have them know old Santa
como to visit them this year.
Sho wants hor children one and nil.
To wear a smllo of Ytilctldo Joy,
And not a sUigln tear bo shed
1 any llttlo girl or boy.
I.'cr heart Is big hor shoulders
Hor burdens many, that's quite
nut you must slug 'cause sho will
A lot of Christmas cheer to you."
Mrs. Montaressa Frybargor.
Theso verses, written oMprelally
for tho Unipty Stocking Fund by
Mrs. Monturessa Ftybnrger, R03
South Main, and icnt with n dollar
each from her two llttlo children,
Pontile and Arlington, are being ful
filled In deed and In truth.
In accordance with our usual custom nt this tlmo of tho year vrn
aro again making a t pedal Christmas Hargaln Offer to our many
friends and subscribers In Oklahoma, whereby they may save
money on their subscription to Oklahoma's Greatest Nowsiaper.
O0 account of tho Increase In print paper and other commodities
going to makii up a metropolitan newspaper, thn price after Jun. 1
will be Increased to tii.00 pr year. Therefore, subscribe today und
save money. This offer Is good for old subscribers as well as now.
Cut out Gils coupon and mall today. V
For. mall subscribers In Oklahoma jjnly. Not good for carrier
delivery In Tulsa. ' '
TULBA DAU.Y WOULD;
I wish to tali o advantage of your annual Christmas Hargaln
Offer checked below. 1 enclose remittance to- cover.
Cf fitT Pally nnd Holiday World, ono cnr. Kegular
tPUeU J'rico $0.00, after .Ian. 1st, 1 save 2.75.
dp rtfjr Pall Only, World, ono year. Itegular Prlco
J)t)eeu $7,00, after Jun. 1st. I sarrrt $1.73.
(JJQ eff Sunday Only, World, one, year. Ttegular Prlco
$eea0 $3,00, after Jun. 1st. 1 sure 75 els.
You Save $2.75 onsSy
THIS OFFHR HXP1IIKH 1KC. 24, 1320.
to Oklahoma lo face tho murder
Tho meeting In tho law office
uns Niheduled for noon. As thu
afternoon wore oiir W. P. Mi Lean,
Jr. Heefoi'd pel Untied and calmly
spoke of tho possibilities of Miss
South hSxIng been arrested ill
roiite In Fort Worth: deciding to
change her route to Oklahoma or
Inn log recnnsldired the Intention
to surrender and decided to re
main .it large im long as she can.
llamou Shot Txtlii, Is Ileport.
AltDMOIti:, (ikla., Dec. 10.
The net ()f ,'liruiuHlantlal evidence
Involving Clara Smith lliunnn, fu
gitive "swi'i he,rt" of Jako L.
Hnmon. miiltimlllli;nnlro oil mag
nate with his minder was strength
ened today In revelations of evi
dence now In thn hands of Counly
Attorney HUssell It, drown. The
proSccutor is known to have tlio
testimony of wlthises who hnvfi
followed Hamuli's body In thn city
morgue which denial estthero wero
two bullet woiindii In the body.
County Attorney Hrown, when
iiuestlulied lis to this evldrnee, re
plied' '"I have HUfllelent evletirn
to charge Claiu 1'inllh Hflinim with
murder. I'uilher than that I mil
not nt liberty to divulge."
IWAGE CUTS HIT
i HALF A MILLION
More Than 300.000 Textile
Workers Alone Among
NKW YOl tK. Dee. 10. Wage
cuts affecting half u million work
ers, amounting to from 10 to 22 perJ
cent have been made or Havo been
decided upon by employers through
out tho country during tho pant
week, tabulation showed today.
Heading tho list was that decided
upon today by the luxtllu mills of
Massachusetts nnd Now York,
amounting to 22 per frfnt and af
fecting snftmju workers.
Tho clothing manufacturers of
New Vorn City have decided upon a
new wage scheme affecting some
tiS.UOO employe, that will result In
a vitvlng of more than 20 per cent In,
manufacturing costs. This Is hoing
of tho workers alliance of 400,000
Tl Cnl'fornln fntton mills, ml
CONTINUED ON I'Atin HKVKNTUKN
tu thn Kiddies.
Ftir-xthe Kinnty Stocking Fund of
The Wdrld climbed to 1(100,30 yes
terday, making brighter tho pros
peet that tho Tulsa Humane society
will bo able to bring Christmas
cheer to all tho worthy needy fam
ilies known to them.
Why not make S.itutday u record
TIIH KMPTY HTOCKIN'O 1T.NI.
lAn rrsvlnualr repoilnl IK t. ?
Fraud Jun" Marthall..
Rnrla Ann llynurn . .....
Arnntt H. Itahnni.
Unniil ami Arllnrton Kryliarger,,
CIrown Hal f:hutaiiiiua
nhmU K. Allen
John llennett flliavv
Hehl Allen. Jr
Kitwanl T. Wlar
Unrotriea I'aullnn HtteR
A Jlntlier ...
In Melnnrt llutert II.
.lane iiennm ....
A Clergyman .
!M W'ouda cafe arid f rniliyera.
li VtN APPKUVAL
Hoover Says Chicago Move
Most Important Sinoc
s Armistice Signing
MUST REVIVE CREDITS
Up to Individual Htisiiii'SH to
Do It ; Government Promo
tion Is Danguroiis
QIANT COMBINE IS INDORSED
Organization of $100,000,000
Corporation Is Favored by
CII1CAOO. Dee. I0. Organlziillon
of a corponitlon to fluaiico foielgn
trudr, to bo backed by bankets,
manufacturers and merchants oei
tho entile couutiy, was endorsed to
day by prominent Hpc.ikctH before a
cotifeicnen, meeting under the
auspjees of tho Atijcrlcau Hankers'
aKsuclatlon. Thn tiropuseil corpora
tion would bo formed under 'thn
ICdgo law. wlthU capital of t loo,
000,000, uvullnble to. American pro
ducers as rush payment fur tlmlr
goods on which foreign buyers would
He unable to pay cash, This foreign
trade, speakers said, Whs necesnaiy
lo I no cumiuerrlal progress of the
United Status and soma method of
financing foreign ttude must bo
worked out to enable American man
ufacturers tu take their plnco In
A Momentous Mine.
Herbert Hoover, upcnkliiir before
tho afternoon session, declared that
It tho project was successful to
day's conference would hiivo been
tho most momentous since tho
"You nro gathered hero for tho
rumiamcnlal purpose of doing some
thing practlcut liijii" solution of a
financial sltuatlirffiiy every day
means," Mr., Hoover t-nld, "You
have a great problem, for our fann
ers today nro suffering great losses
and our workmen great unemploy
ment. This Is due, to n considerable
degree, to the stiiguntlon In nrdeis
for our export surplus. From this
stagnation tho consuming power of
our own homo 'market la reduced
nirrl the effects nro accumulating
Short Credits PsligeroiiH.
"We must face thti Issuo that theno
economic Ills arise from tho vicious
economic circles that can bo broken
In .only one way, and that by tho
establishment of credits abroad, not
tho dangerous iihott time credits In
whU'b wo huve already become over
extended, but the lung time Invest
ment In reproductive enlerpi Iwe."
Mr. Hoover declared that present
problems should be solved by the
process of business and the Indi
vidual Intlntlve of man rather than
by tho government. Government
promotion, ho snld, would leuifto
vicious ends and would bo subject to
"every prosniro Hint desperate for
eign statesmen can Invent." j
S1C.VATIJ VOTIIS TODAY ON
IIF.VIVINO WAI I PINANCr. IIODY
WASHINGTON, Due. 10. Login
latlon to provide relief for farmers
confronted by fnlllng prlcen occu
pied tho greliter pint of the senate's
tlmo today and when adjournment
was reached them was a general
agreement that a vote would bo
taken tomorrow on the agricultural
CONTINUE!) ON I'AOll HUVRNTKI'.N
Horace E. Dodgf, Auto
'Manufacturer Is Dead
PALM'llKACII. Florida, Dec, 10.
Hornco H, Hodge, lilllllnnall e ailtii'
mobile manufacturer, died at III',
winter homo hero tonight. "ber Influential memiierH an-
nniinced their opposition to tint
DMTIIOIT, Dec. lO. -Hoiuco 13. i measure. Iteanotis given for oppos
Dodge, who died at his winter home Itig It Included chaiges of laxity
In Palm llcaeh, Florida, tonight, had against the administration In enfnrc
been the s lie bend or the Dodge lug existing lawm that tho bill wns
Ilrothers nutomobrlu Interests since extreme and radical, leading to
thn sudden death early this year of permiiiiuut restriction of Immlgiu
John Dodge, his elder brother. f I Ion : that It would deny aslyiim to
The. In others founded tho auto- "oppressed peoples," Including the
moblhr bualuess that bore their IiIkIi ami return them to "tyrannical
niunn hero eight years ago, after en- government for puulshineiit.
gaging In tho manufacture of nuto- Hepresiiittatlve Maun, ill an ad
mobile purta sliuo the early days of dress opponlng tho measure, said ho
thn industry, when they wro assocl-, was api ehunslvu that the Ilrltlsh
ated with Ileniy Ford, .government Is likely to adopt inoro
Savannah, (ia., Lands
Nrvt ShrilW Mcvlllia ,lnil." "''' under thn terms of
IHA( omim, irjiiiwif m jf ai ,rNhnmn w,t,kH tu
" escnpo from these draxtlo measures
1 OS ANGHLI-.'S Dec. 10. Im- adopted by tho Ilrltlsh government
iiei-lit Pnteiilute Kills I. OanetMon ! ""I1 succeeds In gutting u vessel
i t o o d. r o tlii! M)stlo Slirln " w-hlch will carry hi... from hl own
today announced that the annual "tow and land 1. in In Amerl.n, he
convention of the ShrlnMS will bo . vll be returned by us to the Irltlsh
held at Savannah, Ga next year I government to be tried und con.
Instead of Atlantic City, as provlouii-1 vlcted of trousou und perhaps to bo
Iv Intrmclfil (hUnK.
,yJ. ,ni .1... ..mi i.J JtiMr-cntalivo Knutnttn nf Mlnno-
IIIU I UllV.-tlHiill imm '.III
i,,i r.,., I,,,,., i., t,.v
''..;.... i,.., mnnnnn
i J uieilfl llf ',11 ll,ilil
fnv Mr, fiuuniiri Vnfin
, for Jfig lUlHHOUn V arm
Mpeolul to Tho World,
KPIIINGFIUI.D, Mo Dec, 10.
J, 10. Helmut!. Springfield, today sold
Ills 800acre farm near Jluffalo, Dul
ls s county, to Gi-orgo A. Ward of
Tulsa for 1 100, 000." The deal Is one
of iho largest In farm realty com
pleted In southwest Missouri. Hen
nett's father bought thn land for $1
uu aero auout au years ago,
1 " 1 ". 1 ; j
Bpoolal Nollre Kftectlve rtee. ISth.
ftumlay ilellvelle. yrlll lie (llecontlnueil
riuilnif Ina -winter uiantlia. 1'eoutea loa
I.K. auvu ,
On Katu J rain
Kills l Hurts 2
TP.MPI.M , Texas. Dee 10 W.
O. Wofford of Austin, n traveling
salesman, was limtuntly killed mid
Will I'lsher of llartlett, Texas,
and Will Wallace of Kufaula. Ok-
, minima, weie seilously wounded
by a Me li an pasenger on a south
bound Missouri, Kansas A Texan
tinln Hits afternoon between
Granger nnd llnrllelt. Woffnrd's
throat was cut from ear to ear and
he died Instantly, Fisher and
, Wallace worn cut about the throat
' n tut face and are now' teportcd lo
' be In a serious condition at
I llartlett, where they wulo taksn
from the tinln.
The Mexlcnn pnsF-omtor sud
denly therw a knlfo and attacked
thoso nr. iron hint In thn coach,
according to other passengers,
After slashing Woffard's throat
l nnd ntintklr.g tho t'.vn injure!
men, he forced two coinpiiiilonn of
Ills own race to open thn car door
for him mid he leaped to the
ground whilo the train was run
ning at a speed of appioxlmaloty
30 miles mi hour.
I'lilnjlired the Mexican chased
n farmer who was In a fluid near
the railroad, but the farmer
eluded 111 nt und tho Mexican wns
finally captured by private (it
IzetM at Granger and lodged In the
Williamson county Jail at Geoigu
town, The Mexlcnn wan declared by
several nf his captors to Im In
sane. When apprehended Ms
clothes were bloody and dirty nnd
after being placed In Jail he sill'
lenly refused lo answer any ques
tions. cut Im migration
ban to 14 months
Opposition to Excluding
of Foreigners Scores rfi
v House Test Vote
IRISH ISSUE APPEARS
Representative Mnnn Afraid
Law Might Work Hardship
on Erin's Oppressed
WASHINGTON, J)ee. 10. Amend
ment of tho Johnson bill to reduco
the twoueur prohibition against Im
migration to the United States to 14
months, nnd charges that foreign
goverrimenln are "financing tho
movement of radlcnls to tho United
Slates," marked another day of de
bate In the houso on Immigration
Adoption by a vote of K7 lo 25 of
(he amendment offered by Itepro-
scntatlvo Mann, republican of till-
noise, .tu reduco tho embnrgo period
wus it wirnrlro to advocates of the
legislation und constituted tho first
victory for llepieseiilatlve Slegel,
republican. New York, and Sabath,
democrat, Illinois, leaders of the op
position, rrnponents or iiio inn,
however, were nut dismayed and
said they were confident of favor-
a Dlu disposition ol thu meatruro bo-
fore adjournment tomorrow.
The Mann amendment actually lim
its tho restriction period to one
year, reducing by one-hair tlio
period originally proposed, as
amended the bill cannot bo en
forced for two months after pas
sage und cannot be applied ony 14
months from thn Dale or passage.-
Another amendment offered by
Keprcse ntatlvo Mann exempting the
Philippine Inlands from application
of thu measure, was adopted by a
viva voce vote. The Illinois mem
ber, In offerlnj; the amendment, said
tho Phllpplne Islands might soon
obtain their Independence, and fur
ther legislation by this government
was not desirable.
The days debate developed a
trciigtheiilug of forceir opposing
me iili. iteprcseniativo Maun- aim
. ...rtl.,i.1u tl,., 1. iua mi In
itho piesent time," III dealing lth
' Iho "denlorable conditions In Iro
i " . i ,. i , . .. i .
'Mota. reiiubllcan, whip of thu houso.
' provided one of the sensations pt tho
l .,n ii.. ... ....i... ...i.i. -...-!......
11,12 B illirjueeiiill Willi ihu nti&iuiliuil.
illlill liu van wililllK in siu-ia un uiy
reputation as n member of tho houso
l)ml forKn governments uro f.
that ho vas "willing to state on my
nanclng tho moveiuent of radlcalH
from several countries in Europe
moving them ovor here," Ho said
that whi it buforn the war "lmm
itrntlon from Honln was nracttcullv
unknown" on u recent visit tu Kills
Inland ho hud found 2.000 lmml
grutita from Spain who had ai rived
In one day,
'llnq n u a nitlVll,,.- .If ....
urphy," ho declared, "and that gov
erniuoiU Is gathering thcao anarch
ists up and dumping them on us."
Kst the llsrmunr nay at the llitrtno,
I'uftltrla, under WooleorlU'a, AUrl, t
PRICE 5 CENTS.
IRISH REBEL AREA
UNDER IRON HEEL
Lloyd George Orders Mar
tial LawDeath to
STILL SEEKS PEACE
nut "Small and Powerful
Murder Organization Must
He Cruslied," Ho Snys
CORK UNDER SOLDIER RULE
limerick, Tippernry and Ker
ry Also in List; City of
Dublin Not Affected
The highlights of Premier
Lloyd George's Irish pence and
war speech follow,
1-r Mnrllal law will he pro
claimed In thn disturbed area
of Ireland and persons found
bearing 'arms or wearing un
authorized uniforms will be
liable to death,
The, government will con
tinue Its efforts to bring about
Irish peace, facilitating nego
tiations with responsible lead
ers. J -The. Ilrltlsh government
will not rncognlzo Dull F.lrenti,
Hie Sinn Peltl parliament.
IiONDON. Dee, 10, -Martial law
wus declared this afternoon In the
olty nnd Counly of Cork and In .
Llmnrlck, Tippernry and Kerry
counties of Ireland,
LONDON, Dec. 10. Tho Ilrltlsh
government has decided tu proclaim
martial taw In certain disturbed
Bletis of Ireland, Premier Lloyd
Oeorgo today announced In thn
house of commwifl. yter a certain
date, persons found 'in thn martial
law districts vith .arms, will bo
treated as rebel and 'vlll, be liable
to penalty of dtl-or,bsiHnf arms
against the Urlllsh'g overrrment.
"Those oontrollng tlj muhler or
ganlsatlon In Ireland ttfn, not tMy
for iii'iire and. lbnrnfilto. the SOV-
ornment has decided upon n HoUblo
policy," said the premier.
"Wo havo no option but to cofj
tliiiin and Intensify tho military
campaign against a small but mighty
orgaulxallnn which constitutes a
I'.'iiiiiiirugin Peaco Movement.
"on the other hand, we havo no
option bin In encourage every agen
cy In Ireland which Is anxious for an
honorable settlement und tieaca."
In'outlinlng the regulations In the
districts covered by the martial law,
the premier said tho death penalty
would be Inflicted upon persons con
victed of wearing unauthorised uni
forms und 'harboring Irish rebebt
Tho premier revealed that the
government has replied to the rocent
peace message from Father O'Flalt
agau, acting president of Hie Sinn
Fein, according hint alt possible fa
cilities for discussing the truco situ
At iho same time, continued the
premier, the government Is willing
to extend aid in other directions lo
assist responsible persons. to discuss
u truco and a settlement.
Dublin Not Affected.
Tho counties covered by Iho mar
tial law proclamation comprise the)
entire southwestern section of Iro
Inud be) ond a linn described by thn
counties' of Clare, Queens, Kilkenny
and Wuterford. Thu proclamation
does not' includo the city and county
The premier's declaration that In
tensified war will be conducted
ngalnst tho Sinn I'oln radicals, espe
cially Iho leaders of tho republican
arniv. camo as a shock to those whf
had hoped for peaco lit Ireland be
"The government has been In
touch with various persons on both
side"." said lie premier. "A rflreful
survey has i nnvliiced mo that the
majority of the Irish people are
rmxlous for peaio and a fair settle
ment. The government is ho leas
auxiouti for peaco."
Oiti't Itccogiilzo Dull. Kirrrann.
Piomlo)' Lloyd Georgu mid they
Ilrltlsh government cannot rocos-
nizu Dull Klrrcami (tho Slim fe'eTn
' parllamei t).
I According to, recent Dublin
vires. Sinn Fein leaders daolareX
they would .ropudUto all peace nr
gottattons thrt wvro not sanctioned
by Dall Elrteunn.v
Tho premier, hi referring -to th
peaco meHago of the Hov, Father
Michael CFUnngan, acttng presl
dent ofTho Hlnn Foln, said U was
"one. nf tho most hopeful signs of u
hew spirit In Ireland,"
no niluea: "Tho message from
Father Q'Flanagan and n message
from tho Onlwuy council teiulfsd
Kirm uuunmn 1111 nil inr' lr&
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