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TULSA, OKLAHOMA, SUNDAY, DKCEMHKK 12, 1920
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PRICE 5 CENTS.
GOLLAR-YEAR WBXiGridiron Diners
...aiAti iinniiii iiui
Swivel Chair War Heroes
in Reunion see uany
"Return to Earth."
Reasons Obvious U. S. Has
11 it Needs, Kail Head
5nvs: Pessimism Scored.
70,C0O AUUtn wmit aLioc
Chicago union oi ixiug.uvs
Will Take 10 and 15 rcr4
WASHINGTON, Dec. 11. Moro
tl.an a nunuriMi ui me
" . .. Afc. n, n rtnttlt-
' .1... ...I.. ..III.UDll
u.ir during ..
VahlnKoi today for Ihi-lr Kt'coml
annual reunion, confident tliat tho
n'rocos of readjustment from war
io peace was going forward satis
factorily , ...
Former memuern in mu ui m-
d"trlM board met to organizo n
remanent society, purely, tho lead
t swl to perpetuate war tlmo
ft.,1-!.,,.". At thu Minn time,
i,ivci lie opinion waH expressed
hit Infi rinal discussion of this
poup. will' li Is t" meet annually,
would lead to n broader understand-
Inc of business prouioms.
Hint' .in v si-i-u.
While all of the lndtiytri.il nnd
rmmorr :il leadorH lu attendance
aero optimistic In their expectations
mi rxpresMlonH, they were alio con
,frutivf Daniel Wlllnrd, president
cl the llaltltuoro nnd Ohio railroad,
dcclaicd the reasonH were obvious
hy this country should Moon be on
i normal forward moving basis.
Everything the nation has to hnvo
Is found within Its borders, he said,
ani Its railroads had felt no reees
j'.on In business and foresaw none.
A similar expression rumo from
Alexander I.cggo, general manager
tf the International Harvester com.
pany. He said ho was concerned
about tho decline In farm commodi
ties prices, which has left the farm
er "daiod," but believed that relief
tould conic, soon, although It would
"It will come," ho continued,
ihroush a broadening of the pro
lace markets and when It arrives,
illl bo of a nubatantiul nature."
Bernard M. llaruch. former chair-
nan or tne war industries noarci, us
fried there was. "nothing to pro
vent the country from experiencing
Ho warned against too much
'pcjslmlfm," saying that tho worst
ot the troubles worn over and that
the pffflmlstlc tone should not now
J, Leonard HeplOKle, who was di
rector of suel supplies for tho war
Inhntrlos board, predicted brighter
w better days' of business condl
txrns In April and May.
SKII.I.r.I) MUX CVT l.l l'KIt
tEXT. I VSIUI.M'.I) 10.
CHICAGO, Dec. 11. More than
MOO colored I.iborcrM of Chicago
aM Mclnlty have agreed to accept
a reduction In wages rather than
ito'c their Jobs on account or re
jced production, It. K. l'arkor,
President of tho American lAbor
iston .innounced today.
I'arkcr said the union controlled
nwy than f.0,000 skilled and un-
sxild workers In tho stockyards
ner the steel mills at Oary, Ind.,
".d foundries, factories und docks
la and ribout Chicago.
According t0 Mr. Parker, officials
the union havo agreed on u 10
Per cent reduction ot unbilled la-
oorers and u IS per cent cut for
wiled laborers. Tho proposition
decided upon, Mr. Parker said,
" I means of preventing unemploy
F11 and lessoning crime, due to
ittk of work. He declared there
iVIS. 100'00(' tinemployed negroes
n-hlcago and vicinity.
Mr. i'.irker nald the effort to ac
Pt lower wages rather than lose
meir petitions would bo made.
. NMV YOUK, Dec. 11 -Working
lorrn of the American Hallway Kx
rrru cumpany nro being reduced
ufoushu the eountry because of
J teneru' Kliimp n IiuhIufhs, It was
uih.'I today at thy company s
Kadrjuar-c a u.ro. How many of
e tnousands of thevconccrn's em-
leaded iin affvcte(1 c,)lll1 ll0t ,,p
'llumnrFs s flat nil over the I'nlt- i
r Mates ald an official, "and
in'ro ft i,i ,u Bomethlng wrong l
"a ou' business If men were not 1
leased jt h necessary to proper,
twnoiny - i
UV.'jtKN'Cn, MiihS.. Dec 11
Areju,,,, M w'npes of the textile
rami her,, will bo announced the first I
inejt week, probably Morulny. local
;T 'I "Pi lals said today- They do i
-me to indicate tho amount of thu
HA MVS PHKSHNT.
"r all. tho baby rules tho
iiome. He's tho Tzar. King and
iiuir and you can't get away
You can give Dad n bum cigar
Jf'J hoi smoko It and try to
Hut give tho baby name
""is ho doesn't llko and you'll
" Klad Christmas cornea but
"icn a year.
inder "Christmas filft Sugge-J-ions
you xvtrll find everything
"8 baby wants, rattles, braco
'. dolls;' Just check off tho
"f you want. Then call on
stores and make your pur-
KKAl) THK ADS IN CLASSIFI
CATION 01 -A
i iitsi miiii'iu tin iit'iiitiii
WASIU.VOTO.V. Dec. 11 - The
thirty. fifth annual dinner of the
(Irldlron club wns made the occa
sion tnulKht of a poit-moi tern of
the presidential election, the pur
poso being to lve the politicians
find some of tho statesmen present
an opportunity to bvu themselves
us others saw them during the
carnpalKii- One of the eplvules
was a front porch meeting at
Marlon, Ohio, set to music, with
Htich characters na Senutor Hard
Injr, Harry it. Duuffherty, former
Senator Weeks nnd William .1.
.Mr. D.iugherty stalked on tho
front porch In tho rolo of Knkn,
the lord high executioner, whllo
there wasn rumpui when tho
"slush fund" rumor Invnded tho
HardlriK lawn. During tho skit,
Will II. Ilnya satiK plaintively to
tho republican cnudldato a politi
cal parody on "Then You"!! Ite
member Me,' only Mr. Hnys' re
quest was "please remember me '
In another episode a political
pazor rending thu political future,
saw through n crystal I'resldent
llardlnr; sending the league of na-
PAWNEE INDIANS "
GET U. S. AWARDS
Government Court Holds
They Should Receive
PENDING SINCE IN 1913
Cases Date Back to Time of
Removal of Tribes From
Nebraska to Oklahoma.
Special tu Tim World. N
WASHINGTON, Doc. 11. The
Pawnee tribe of Indians Is entitled
to receive $315,777.03 from the gov
ernment of the United States. This
was tho finding of the United States
court of claims filed with congress
TjuIi Trlho fiets S.100.
The court held that the money
must be paid by congress slneo tho
court Itself does not have Jurisdlc
Hon over claims growing out ot the
treaties with Indians. Ta Pawnee
ctim hs been fn tho -courtof iclylnn
since 191.1. Various Items making
up tho total were submitted In con
gross by tho court of which tho
court rejected. time of tho Items
are for amounts due before tho tribe
moved from Nebraka to Oklahoma.
As there are approximately 731
Pawnees the amount found Justified
bv the court will glvu each trlbo
The court held that Just one of
the claims Is legal and binding upon
tho United States. That was for
surnlus land aggregating 170,334
acres on the reservation which tho
rrnverninent sold nt $125 an nrre(
ngcregatlng 212.flfi.71. of which
the government paid $S00.000, leav
ing a balance due to the Pawnees
of M32,91fi.71. Interest from March
3, 1913, to September, 1910, at
per rent per annum amounts to
XlS2.Sfifl.22. tho court held. The
court mill that until congress np
proves thu money to be paid the In
terest will contlnuo to nccruo to the
tmneflt of tho Pawnees, concres
slonal action In 1911 authorized tho
onvmenl of J300.000 to tho Pawnees
If the court of claims found their
elnftn Just. Whether congress will
niinw oavrnent to bo, made lmtne
fUntelv bprciURo of the. state of the
treasury Is uncertain.
Mirny Claims Held Illegal.
Tho court In Its findings holds
that the claims made under tho
trf.fv fir 1S33 for f311.C7. claimed
m, n balance of annuities due the
tribe; 2S.C41.rr. appropriated for
the purchase of agricultural im
plements and diverted to other use;
15. SIC 15. appropriated for schools
and not so applied; Jl.43fi.95, ap
propriated for tho employment of
blacksmiths nnd strikers and divert
ed to other purposes, nnd Jl.OOn ap
proved for horse mllli and no so
used, do not constitute legnl or
equitable claims agulnst tho United
STREET CAR HELD UP
Two lllglnvayiii'ii Hellcvo Motor
man i.r Wnliii anil limply IViv
llox Then .Make tiettimiy.
Two unmasked hl-Jackers about
mldnlcht Saturday night held up an
Owen park car of the Tulsa .Street
railway company, at nlympU ayonuo
ami Katy tracks, ran off with the 1
faro box and robbed II. M. Cheek.
w,inr,iinn. nfa fus waicn nun
I about 5 In change In his changer
The police were railed and while
isenrchlng for the 'Mirk ups' found
the fare box In a dlteh 50 feet away
All of tho money In the box. JIS.70
jwns taken bv the lo'ibers.
I Cheek told the police that ho left
1 his' cur to seo If 'tho railroad cross
1 Ing was clear, and jih he turned hack
'to his car two men. both nbout tho
Humn helehl ope weiring a sol
1 dler's uniform, Jumped from behind
n pile of tiling rind ordered him at
, tin, point of a gun to "stick em up
While one of the men searched
CheoK trio oilier cnii.nn mc .....
turned off the lights and picked up
tho faro box-. The two men then
ordered the motorman Into tho car,
made him shut tho door and com
manded him to drive on but keep
tho lights oftj
Poller ItbTk 4th nd nrln Honrs to
tilO; 7 to .$; M5 to 10, JO p. m, Advt.
Hons to tho alien property cus
todian. The gnier also announced that
the crynlal revealed Piesldent
Harding receiving from Samuel
llompcii. the key to the bark duor(
of tho while house and reluming'
It with a note saying "May I not,
my dear Mi (iotupeiH. nsk you to
keep this key as a souvenir I
havo changed the lock."
The seer revealed that Harding
was at work on a mesi.iicn to con
gless He said he could not give
tlio text, but assured un Inquirer
that "the style will not causo any
The crystal gazer also found J.
Hamilton I.efM applying for the
Job ot publicity director under
Harding, but his services were de
cline. Mike Anthony delivered his
famous oration jiver tho bodv of
the league covenant, following
closely a history model. H ux
plained that he came to bury tho
covennnt, not to praise htm, A
similar gridiron was sent to tho
white house as a gift to President
Wilson, who was tinablu to. attend
FEARS JOHN BULL
Mary MacSwiney Thinks the
"Black and Tans" Will
lie After Her Life.
IN LOVE WITH AMERICA
Mrs. MacSwiney Says Irish
Would Have Tall Buildings
If English Would Permit.
WASII1NUTON, Dee. 11. "When
return to Ireland, I expect to ro
to my aihroud. Tho black anil tariB
will oxert every effort to kill me."
Miss Mary MacSwiney, sister of
the martyred lord mayor of Cork
calmly mudo this statement to
day." llnppy nt Any Cost.
'It may bo that my sister-in-law
and myself will not tie permitted to
see Ireland again." she continued.
I.loyd lleorgey may think It safest
to keep us In Kngland or ho may
not let us land at all. Como what
may, we nro happy that wo havo
been permitted to lay Irel.ind's causo
truthfully before tho American peo
ple and to refute the lies Kngland
has spread about my brother.'
'.Mrs. Macsjwlney Is nnuouH to re
turn to her baby glii In Cork.
"we are In President iDcvalera s
hands" she said today." and what ho
thinks best for us two shall do
I.IKo lariKet Informality.
"I do lovn (America" she added
with girlish enthusiasm, and I
fhould like to see all of It. I feel
nulto at home here, ynn Arnerlcnns
nro so friendly, so charmingly in
formal. ou are even more In
formal than we Irish. Yon are very
T,nuoh like un Irish, you know.
"Now York is so wonneriiii, sue
continued, "I love It already. I
never saw anything more wonderful
than the Woolworth building. We
would have high buildings like that
In Ireland if It wore not for tho
"Tho great crowds In New York
would disturb me If they worn not
so friendly. When I go back there
I havo beon promised a rldo In tho
FVilernl Vowls Tniip-fonvil.
NKW YOHK, Dec 11 Antiolpat.
Ing heavy, transfers of funds De
cember Hi, when the final Install
ment of federal Income taxes falls
due, tho federal reserve bank an
nounced today that It had trans
ferred to other reserve banks IfiO.
000,000 of certificates of Indebted
moss maturing on Hint dnte.
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THIS O UK Kit KXPIHUS DKC. 24, 1920.
4VARNS OF DANGER
IN NEW POPULACE
Chairman Jones See; Tnier,?
ency in Hoport About
Immigrant sto U. S.
TOO MANY AGAINST GO
Others are Against Govern
ment and Country Does Not
Want this Status, Ho Says.
MEASURE IS NOT DECIDED
Opposition DevclopinRfi Chief
ly to Farm Labor Provis
ions, Passes Argument.
WASHINOTO.V, Dec. tl.- lnlor
mntlon that the Influx of allcmi
from southern Hurope "Is Heriotii
and dangerous" and that fTio state
department has Information to
prove, the existence of n real emcrg
ency, was glioii In the house today
by Chairman Johnson of the Innnl
grntlon committee during deb.ilo on
his bill, proposing a year's nmtrtc
Hon of all immlgraUon to the United
Tho Htate department had nanded
lilm enough paragraph)! from Its
consular office reports to nerve as a
Too Many A nils.
"Ilccauso certain oommlnr officers
report an excess of .lews seeking
passport vises at certain places, this
bill has to bo assaulted nn an anti
Semitic bill," continued the chair
man. Not no. I care not whether
tho Influx Is Jowls, mosleiii, pagan.
buddhlst. or whatnot. The country
does not want It. It brings too many
who are autl-govurnment and nntt
Uod." WASHINGTON. Dec. 11. Final
disposition in the house of the
JohriHon bill providing for practical
ly complete stoppage of Immigration
for ono year, was postponed late
today until Monday. House leaders
reached an ngi cement to bring tho
bill to a vote on that day, having
foutuKIt Impossible to compluto do
I OpiMtsttioii Strong. 1
nose in charge or thu measure
had hoped for final action today,
but opposition, chiefly to provleions
arrecting rarrn lanor importation at
lowed for six months' period from
Canada, New I'oundland, Cuba, and
Mexico, und to other sections pro-
hlbltlng admission of relatives of
citizens1 except those of jilood kin de
veloped such strength as to compel
abandonment of 'tho plan and ad
journment to Monday.
Only ono umendment of general
Importance was adopted today. It
broadened the restrictions ' on rela
tives to Include brothets nnd sistotr
not moro than 21 and 1ft years W
age, respectively, who would bi ail
milted upon npplleation to the sec
retary of labor by an American
An amendment by Representative
Parrlsh, democrat, Texas, authorl
Ing the secretary to fix the length
of ' tlmo Mexican farm laborers
should remain In the United States,
was voted down, 33 to 22.
PAUIS, Dec. 11. Heportn received
here from east Kuropcan centers In
dlentu Hint the proposed legislation
In tho United States which would
bar all immlgrnnts Is creating con
cern amoe tho east nunijiena
inunlllcBw"hero u largo number of
persons are looking forward to
reaching tho United Slates In the
near future. Tho American consu
lates In Wars..w and Cracow are be
sieged by thousands seeking vises.
TODAY'S I.OII.W. I'VKNTH.
XVedly imhlle orKn ro'Ual by Kmet
l'ran Klomm, lirnl fhrlatlan rlmicli, 3.30
p. rn. -J
Ilimt roncurt, Cnnventlnn tin" 5 P. rn
In 420 Seconds
chi:vi;nni:, Wyo., Dec u
l''otly-fle miles In seven rnluuteii
nr'n speed of 3SR miles an hour Is
tho airplane record claimed beie
today by jack Knight, nlr io.nl
When the Dehnvllimd 4 -plane,
which ho was piloting to Salt nilo
with ion pounds of mall encoiin
tered a hurricane nt n low altitude
Knight turned tall in the wind
15 miles west of this oily and ic
tuui'sl to a point ovi;r the local
field In seven minutes.
'While 3,(100 fort In the air here
the wind so exactly enutiteraeted
the push of he (00 horsepower
Liberty motor that the plane hung
m itlolilifw over the field for 20
minutes wlille consternation pre
vailed In tho nlr mall hangar be
Knight finally managed to como
to earth thiough a series of pel li
ons "side slips" executed with tho
nose of tic machine siiuatiiy In
the win. I, making the last 2iH feet
on an even kin I. but almost ver
tically. Knight Is n widely known avia
tor lie ciriled bolnllnotis antl
loxltie from New York to Chicago
bv airplane al the time of tho ilpo
ALL PACT PLAINTS
President-elect Makes it
Clear He Wants Ideas
of All Concerned.
CONFERENCES PILE UP
Many Discussions on League
Is Brewing; No Cabinet
Jobs Have Been Offered.
MAUIUN, Ohio, Dec. 11. As he
contluttud his consultation today on
an iissoviatloii of nations, President
elect Harding let It be known that,
ho expected to seek the opinion ot
moro than a bundled men and wo
men on the subject before iuauguta
tlon day and that his conferences
during tho coming week would In
clude some of the most notable
figures In both political p.utlcs,
Wants All Sides Itcptx-wntcd.
William .7. ilryan, Kllhu Hoot and
Herbert Hoover nro among those fie
will consult viitually at thu outset
of his effort to find a middle ground
on which the divergent schools of
national thought may unite. Ho
aid tonight he wanted no element
of the recent league fight left out,
and wns cU.illy anxious, tli hear am
new plan ot International court
whli h might seem practical.,
Mr. Hoover Is to be lu re tomor
row, Mr. Hoot Monday ytid Mr.
Uryuh Ulld.'iy. Kroin each of these
men Mr. Hnrillm; expects ao gather
much of an Informative n.itutc an
well as muih advice on the practi
cal problems of diplomacy.
Tho appointment with Mr. Ilryan.
llko thosu wllh Mr. Hoover and Mr.
Root, was made at Senator Hard
ing's request. Since the league of
nations discussion began there has
been much talk about thu Hryau
arbitration treaties as a possible
basis for International amity of a
broader scope ami It Is understood
that for one thing, the president
elect Is anxious to hear first hand
about thu negotiations from which
liiHiii pacts icsillted,
Mr. llrynn's advice also Is ex
pected to be Int enstlng In view of
his active effort to secure ratifica
tion of tho Vetsallle streaty with the
Mr. Hoot's experience as secretnry
of state recently has buttressed with
several weeks of consultation with
ho leading statesmen of Kuiop.i In
formulating a world-court under the
Versailles league. Provision f"i
some sin h court has been favored
y Mr. Harding nil part of air Inter
national peace covenant, and the
worl. alieady done Is ixpeeted to be
one of the principal subjects of his
talk with Mr. Hoot.
The meitlng tomorrow between
Harding and Hoover will bo their
second since Harding was nomi
nated for the president y. Tho for
mer food udmlnl.'itrator wns one of
be first to be consulted by the re
publican nominee after the Chbagi
(invention, and It Is undcistouil thai
the league issue was discussed In
detail. The conference toniorro
will be n two-hour talk to go nvei
again some of the ground covered nt
Several others, Including Calvin
Coolldge. the vice president-elect,
are on .Mr. Harding's calendar fot
next week Some of the names
were withheld, the president-elect
explaining that engagements are
being added dully In his ef forth' to
bring all elements of opinion Int"
his conferences. "It may bu rm
practlcabla," he added, "but I iloti'i
Tonight Senator Harding ilenh l
that any plans In his ablni-t bad
been formally offered, replying to a
piestlon on the subject, by si) Ing
that no tender had been made to
, anyone. ;
I THE WHA T il Ell
I TI't.H.V. nkla, Dee. 11 Matlir.utn ion
, rrritturu C. minimum ii. mirth wimln.
I ' KI.AHC'MA' Hunilay cloudy, prolm lily
, .p. Monday fair colder
I AllKANMAH foneluy cloudy, local ralna.
Mojiitsy cloiely, local ralna In Mtfrn lior.
( lion, rnlih r
KANT 'IBXAH- Sunday tloudy. local
niiia In ont portion, .vtjmlay fair colder,
j.i'Mil I" ii'Uilinai portion. j
ST.Vl.i;y A Mi CM IIK
1'iiniral Ulrsctiea. CDS llouhler Ph-in'a
, O. ISlS-ICdO. AmbuUriCa rUcu. Advt,
Millionaire Financier is
Enthused Over Chances i
Of American Trade.
BEATS ANY PEACE PACT!
Wolls Ktulilishud Business lie-.
la Hons With Soviet Mean J
More Than the League. I
RUSSIANS SORE ON
Will Wipe Out Yellow
V. S. Will Furnish
Part of Message.
NIIW YOltlv. Dec. II. On his ar
rival here today on the Cunald liner
Aiiultanla Washington D. Vauderllp
'in addition lo Ih neesslon to
our syndicate l bring tho following
message from Itiissla'
"'Tell the Ameiban people that
We do not want sympathy. What
uo want Is Ameiiian locomotives.
Send them to us and our armies
never will lest until I'vciy Japanese
In Slbetla Is under the ground or In
Mr. Vuuderllp was surrounded by
a group ot teporters In the dining
salon of the Aiiultanla as the liner
eauio lo her pier from ijiinrnntlhc.
He sifiokcd a big black ulg.ir and
front time to lime touched his heavy
tottolsc shell spectacles as h talked
"1 was Inn n In Indiana 53 years
ago and am a graduate of thu Unl
veislty of Adversity." ho said.
'i lien he gave a lesumo of his pnst,
Ini ludlng a graphic description of
being shipwrecked on tho eoast of
Siberia 20 yeais ago at which tlmu
ho "dlsvnvoioil the vast oil and coal
wealth of that eountry, for which he
now tins n concession.
lie also declared he had been a
miner In Alaska, explored In Ni
geria, operated In Luzon, where ho
found the "first coal deposit on
the iMrascalu river."
Asked If he was related to I'ranH
A. Vanderllp, thn well known finan
cier, he replied' "My father and
Ills father were first cousins."
Couldn't Walt for Premier.
"I was tldtculud to)' several days
after my recent arrival In Uindiin
from ltussl.i," Mr. Vanderllp added,
-iiui ourmg (lie lasi two days or my
stay thei-o I w'as besieged by Ilrltlsh
officials and financiers, anxious and
eager to seo me. I missed an ap
pointment with Premier Lloyd
(leorgo althouiih 1 was Invited to
see him by his secietary, but tho ap
pointment was for Monday and my
bout sailed .Saturday.
'A' number of overtures were
made, bv financiers) anxious to ob
tain lit I f of my Kamchatka conces
sion and as a matter of fact, I havo
been n wireless communication
with London and Los Angeles dur
ing the voyage, dismissing a proposi
tion to dispose to foreign purchasers,
"I was simply tenlfled in London
by the mobs, demousiratlons and
riots at tho L'ugllsh capital after the
peace and illlet of Moscow.
"Moscow. In comp.it Ihoii, Is like
the summer afternoon on thu banks
of tho Wabash, II. O. Wells to tho
"Wells wetit, to Moscow for Ilrlt
lsh propaganda purposes. He ar
rived at 10 o'clock In thn morning
and went dlrefctly to a hotel. There
he waited lor an appointment uttho
Kremlin to seo Lonlne. The ap
pointment was ai ranged for 10
o'clock the following day and Wells
rode to the Kremlin In a limousine.
Ho left the afternoon ot thin ibiv bv
train and all llo saw ot Moscow was
rnini ins hotel window and thn win
dow of a limousine." t
ily WASHINGTON I), VANDHIII.IP.
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I international News Servln' for a
wi.t.t,Mlt ,ltl.rvll.w i , ,or,.Wth
sending by the Aiiuitanlu's ladlo my
answers to the (ucsiloim you wire
lessed lo me;
Q. What are the results of your
Itilefly summed up, tho result
ot my mission to soviet itiissla con
sist of lit- concetslun ot 100,000
ciis'riM i.n "N pAiic isi:thkn
Spirit of Giving Spells
Real Christmas Happiness
1 1, "ii. in'jing . trol In the c Illin
ium I lis, ri 'ntilri n s lauith'.er. lo
Ho- . eh' 'it loxid olios' e)'"S. ill the
hr iii-tei.ing b indi 'asp In the deed
or li 1 ti il n e ii s
there lies tho
real meaning (if
l'nr, after all.
underneath 1 t s
I'll) iHliiiriM Is the
tlmo tint stirs'
the d e e p H of ,
men s souls, time
for giving, not
for getting; time
for sharing, not i
for keeping; time
upon the exam
ple of Hlrn who catuo to savo the
world 2.000 y-ars ago.
As beautiful as Christmas Itself Is
the gift of helpfulness to humankind
In the Christians seaiin. There In
no'hlng which sets thn Joy-bells
ringing alike In the hearts of giver
and recipient c a bit of brotherly
love willing luilh in tho form of un
ATCHISON MAN ASSISTED
CLARA SMITH ON FLIGHT
Machine Gun Is
WASIIINMTON, Dor. "11 HllC
eessful test oT a new machine gun
filing ha'fini'h bullets and with
,'U leant double the railsii of tho
(itlllier 30 machine nun now In
use, was atinmiuced today by the
war depaitmeul. The new wimpon
gave "retuatkabbi leslills," the
John M. Hi owning. Inventor ot
the Ih'owiilng machine gun, used
dining tho woild war, collaborated
wllh war department uxpetts in
development of the new gull. Tho
tests demonstrated "unusual pos
sibilities," the announcement e.ibb
.Mechanical details were withheld,
but It VV as slated thai llle new
weapon hud a maximum inpldlty
of lire of 700 shots per minute
and an efficient minimum or 400
shots ij minute, Tho gun Is water
conleil and weighs about twice as
much as tho cnllbor .30 Ilrownlng.
Piellmluary tests Indicated that
tho gun was ottremely accurate,
even al long range, the giouplng
of the shots being good and puni
tr.iilon satisfactory, tho statement
said adding that defects encoun
tered In the callbur ,30 IlioWnlng
had been lo ti Inrgn extent over
come. COMMITTEE MEET
OF G. 0. P. CALLED
Harris. Chairman, An
nounces Date of Recom
URGES MORE ACTIVITY
Party Should Iron Out Bough
Spots, if Any, ami Work
to a Victory in Stale.
Hnrolal to The World.
wAdiiNillt. Dec. 11. James A.
Harris, chairman of the republican
inlitiui nt Oklahoma, today called
members of Hi" committee together
for Hint purpose of recommending a
Hiicoissor for Jake L. Humon, na
tional committeeman, deceased, In
the following statement:
"Wagoner, nlilu,, Dec. 11.
"A molting of the republican slate
commute" Is huioby called to meet
at thu Ijivvrenro hotel, Oklahoma
City, Oklahoma, Monday, December
20, 1920, ot the hour' of 2 o'clock
ii m., for t'lio purpose of recommend
ing to tho republican national com
initio n successor to tho fate Jaku L.
"The committer) "will also bo called
upon to make plans Tor further con
tinuing and amplifying the organiza
tion that won the recent glorious
political victory In Oklahorrm, to the,
end that we may go forward nnd
etect It republican mate admlillslra
'Hon two yeais from now und It Is
earnestly urged that every commit,
teemai) give serious thought to what
ever may have been left undone in
the last eampilgri, in his county, to
tho end that we may proceed to cor
rect such eirors of omission and
..roiuutnii tr iinv there were. Kor
tin. rutiirn every committeeman Is
urged and expected to be present at
this very Important meeting.
"J. A. Ilnnis, chairman, republi
can slate committee; John D. Apple
Tho stale committee bus only the
,.,.u...r in ecriininend a successor to
Mr. Hnmon, leaving confirmation of.
the choice lo be given by the na
Jtoj's Taken on Trip No. I.
Thirty boys of tho Tulsa Hoys
Home wvro guests of William C
Klllrner, Clarence Marshall and
1 Italph Pair, three members of the
'iiilt lliotbers' of Tulsa Satuiday on
a trip Into the country adjacent to
the city. Several o'poi-sums were i
iii.ii irtah gift In this time of times,
A ready, though 13 days will come
ami go before the dawn ot cnrbi!
iii. m moro. thorn como glft-bearers
for the needy In Tulsa. Thu Kmpty
Stocking Fund ot the World Is ever
climbing steadily upwards towurd
that total which tho Tulsa humnno
society has pronounced the mini
mum to provide Christmas cheer to
the families on their private und In
II you. too. would invoke the price
less spirit ot Christmas, you will
contribute your bit today for this
fund for others. ' .
Aa lnnvlouily reported ,) IC60.3O
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Mrs, H. S. suet
l.'.s K ilium, in
l.jrfum Courac Trotn toils of pi.
tuna of limine I'dlhrr, entertain
11111 li. Duncnn Walt
Mr". H. Duncan
Total to dale
SAW HER 3 DAYS
Loaned Her $10 for Fare
to Kansas City; Asked
Her No Questions.
KEPT HER VISIT QUIET
"She's Good Girl. Had Raw
Deal, Didn't Want to Tip
Her Off," Hatter Says.
BflOWN THINKS CLARA DEAD
Believes She Was Killed, Then
Bobbed in Flight Acrosij
Mexico by Highwaymen.
ATCHISON, lviui.. Dee. 11 Clnm
Smith, wanted at Ardmoro, Okln
on a charge of murder following thn
diuth of Jake U Humon, arpent an
livening In Atchison throe days after
the shooting, according to at state
ment madu hero tonight by Harry
MoAluor, a hatter, who e-nmo hero
two months ago from Ardmore.
"Clara Smith sriont thn avenlmz
with mu In Atchlsnn," McAlner aald
In tils statement, "at tho time alio
was supposed to bo speeding
through Texna inu motor ciar. Hhu
said she wnn driving north Instead
of south from Ardmoro and had Bonn
to Omaha, stopping hero on her way
to Kansas City, whore, she expected
to receive aid from friends.
"She did not tell mo she had allot
Juke Humon, but. she wua very
nervous, and realising that aim was '
working under u nervous strain? I
did not question Iter. Hho told mo
she was broke and I loaned her u
(10 bill uh she could get to Kansas
City. I took her to dinner und then
to a hylel where alio registered.
"That was tho last I aaw of tier.
Two days later I recolved a latter
from Kansas City containlnv the $10
I hnd loan od her. J havo not said
anything nbout It until now na sho
had hud a ray dofll and I didn't
want to tip her off. Hhe ia a good
glii and 1 don't think thorn 1 a
Jury in Iho world that would convict
tier. When sho gives herself up and
i events where sho has boon sho will
icll about her visit, here.
"I spent U, years in Ardmore and
knew Jilko Hamon well, and Clara
Smith also. I met her In Atchison
accidentally as I walked down tho
fly International Nowa Sarvlca
AKDMOIIB, Dee. 11. The theory
that Clnra Smith Hamon, sought in
ternationally on a charco of killing
.lake L. Hamon, Oklahoma politician
and oil magnate, was horself alain
by bandits, while fleeing alone Into
Mexico, was advanced hare today
by County Attorney Russell It.
Ilrnwn. The Ardmore prosecutor
also declared ho discounted re
ports from Texas that tho missing
woman would voluntarily surronder.
Carried I-irgo Hum of Money.
"I don't think she will give her
self up," io said. "There Is a pos
sibility that she fled Into Mexico
and was slain by bandits who found
her driving her car alone. As sho
carried a considerable sum of money
and the country Just across Is lonely
death In this mamfdluctaolnhrdlu
and practically uninhabited, her
death In this manner would not
bo at all Improbable. In fact, I
consider It a probability."
Tho prosecutor added that If the
1 anion woman had gono Into Mexico
sho li.id not since returned to Texas.
"The federal agents along tho bor
der have watched for her too care
fully for her to hnvo eluded their
cordon," ho said.
Juke's 1'rlcmU Helping Clam.
Drown also (Uncruditod the El
Paso reports of the woman being
seen there, He referred to them
as "fajso trails." declaring that
friends of Hamon anxious to
divert tho attention of the public
from tho woman's actual hiding
Commenting on tho reports that
Itheru was evidence proving there wero
two bullet wounds in Hamon's body
the prosecutor said, "I have no In
formation to prove this. I have
heard tho report but find no one
who will substantiate It."
Ho also stated there wns a pos
sibility, In event the Hamon wom
un is brought to trial, that tho oil
king's body would bo exhumed to
determine tho number or bullet
There Is a possibility that the
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