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THE Tl'l.SA DAILY VK!,r. S I I V N ( i K M H K R 8, 1011
V I ' B MAY QUI! ATHLETICS TO MANAGE YANKEES JAS THE SEAT OF FEDERAL GOVERNMENT MOVED TO U KROADWAY. THE UNIONS WANT 10 KNOW Thirty Days Have Paused Since the Colorado Mine Trouble Miht Have Elided. OKNVER, Polo., Kov 1 I" ""' js, ,,t uf the United dialog government located hi Washington oral II Browl ; . Ni w York rit) " 'rii.it in the question central and lo cal bodies representing -,i ,00 1 member of organised lobar will aak I'rt ildent W I row Wilson. If President Wilson dose down the Colorado ooni in I nee or force the mine ownera lo accept ins propnsi tlon for ii t lire year truce In i he strike, organised labni w M i- prone to believe tli.it (ho proaldeol is ia termlntd lo eatabllali the seal of tod oral uower in Waahington, li '' If he refuse to take either of the.e metho la uf prooedun to brine about Industrial peace In Colorado, where 14 in, n, women and children have al ready been murdered bj the puld Horkfeller army, withdrawn the fed oral troope and allow the coal barona in renew thur Hlaug liter with Hie aid of iin proatltuted t'olorado I'uel and Iron coinpanj elate inillUai then labor will know thai their hitherto well established i-lief that Rockefel ler owne and control! thi United Plate government is true. Mam ben and sympsthlsers with or ganised labor have been urged to sprite and wire the president asking; thut he settli this question st once b) taking .i (Irm stand on the Colo red al strike situation. President Wilson submitted hli proposition for a Bettlemenl Boptein 1 t r I One week later, the striking coal miners, becausi of their belief in the president' honesty and sincerity, waived many of their demands and ii rcepted the 1 1 uoe pi n The proposition in it" final analysis rails only to an enforcement of Colo rado statutes. It doe stipulate, how over, tli it thi re shall be u committee (,r three appointed by the president to see Hi it these law are enforced. This "f course w objectionable to the coal operators, Tin y nevet have obeyed the I iws A federal grand jury sitting In pueblo found thai thi1) owned and controlled everj man oi government In the strike district and ruled tin- miner with an Iron hand In a condition of peonage, Almost two months have passed since the president' Idtu was sub mitted. The operators have refused to accept, in the meantime, with tha connivance of the federal troop, hun dreds of strike-breaker have been brnuglti into the iuin, The state militia Is being; coeruitod among Htrikebreaker and Imported gunmen. Governor Amnion h.is advised the t r f i ' iM K M i 'K, Veteran manager of ths former world' champions, Philadelphia Athletics, who i roportsd to be about to sell his stock in the Phils-1 del phi club and that he will than buy controlling Interest In the n w ITork Yankee ami manage that i Irani next summer. presldenl that he will be able i" handle the affair of the state by November 16 and that the federal (loops ran tlu n be withdrawn, The people of these United .stairs do not want any more Ludlow The) want industrial peace In Colorado brought about bj Pit enforcement of t he laws. That is whal the ucccptunc of President Wilson's proposition by miners and operators will Inaurt and thai is the only thiiiK it "ill do. John IV Korkrfi Her w tnt to make his own laws in Colorado; wishes to continue to subdue till emjiloyo who demand Iheir constitutional right with high powered rifles and inachlni gunsj is anxious that the fedrral troop he withdrawn so thai the Btate militia, composed largely of his paid army of Importod murdc b, can gpeed ii "wipe "Hi every union miner and reestablish his absolute monarchy in t 'olorudo. Ills action in Colorado ill show whether Woodrow Wilson represents the people and law and ul'dcr or, whether he talus orders from M Broadway. ffie Sfoe BfYou t.l; I ' m CLjef i 1 if m On The Firing Line f w -mm In every walk of hfe you will find Walk-Over Shoes. Men and Women of action, the up -and-coming hind, who are doing the zvorld's zvork, and are doing it well, learn to appreciate things at their real worth. I hey are not fooled by frills nor deceived by appearance they demand honest v. due. There arc millions of men, women all over the earth who find complete comfort and satis faction In wearing Waik-Over Shoes and the) find style, quality, too. style because Walk-' Ivors are taken aa the leaders in footwear fashions oi today. Quality because WalkOvera are m ule of i,rst material by experienced workmen over correct lasts with modern machinery, methods. We are iireparcil to supply your shoe needs for full and winter. I'miie while the sizes and widths are complete In every line - 1 SOVER $3.50 to $7.00 A is WALK-OVER BOOT SHOP 323 S. Main 1 m 1 ONE II) STAND 1)11 WAi THE FIRST TO LEAD THE REVOLT AGAINST HUERTA DID REMARKABLE WDflf The Plan of Guadaloupe Is the Result of His State-in.in ship i if t iir 1 6, 000,000 Inh uiltants m thr Itspublic of Majclco, who wert ler rorlsed by the roup d'etat of Huerta, Don Vensuajtlano Carrauaa was tin onl one who decided without h sua tlon, not to recognise' hint Till was done hair an hour after he bad reived the news that the usurp, i had taki n hold of the govt rnment, Carranaa, m his eonstlttulonal ca paeit) of governor ( Coahutla, hulated tin standard of legalit) Hi Was the only "tie who had the cour age to do it. none ( thr successor o( Madero had even the courage to fol low him. At his suggestion, tne leg islature of Coahutla Issued thr decree of Kebruary it'. Ilil, protesting against the infamous deed of Huerta, Carranaa then Invited the army, ii"1 governors of the various stairs ami the Meaican people to second ins urns as governor of t'oahulia. Of the other 2ti governors none nad the moral courage to follow Carranaa nr of thetn, Don Jose Maria May torena, governor of bopora, went even sm far as to turn the affairs of the st it, into thr bands of General Ignac'n U Peaquelra, while he himself, under the pretence of aliment crossed tin border line t" the t'nit,i Btates, Pea quelra, however, had more faith than his predecessor and be supported Car ranaa, Carranaa dlaowned Huerta, ami with the valuable aid of Ohregon, Calles, Cabral ami other patriots organlx" the revolution, At the beginning he suffered many reverses, hut notwith standing ail, he organised the consti tutional pat ty, w 1 1 1 -1 1 is fighting for Justice ami righteousness of the Mexi can petopie. Although assailed hy their eneinle as mad mon ami bandit, thej did not hesitate to tight Tor their cauae Their task was not an easy one, Thoy had to fight against an organixed army "f 100,000 men, against the clerical party, land own and concession holders, all of whom wore supported by the American and European In lerests It was with naked and hun gr soldier that Carranaa began his flghl against tin dictator, hut justice w as w Ith him. As the days passed hy I'atiaii.a raw his cans,- triumph, lie saw it grow inid hear fruit. Prom all parts of tin republic, patriots rushed to join him, and with tin rifle ami ammunit-on taken from the liuertlata they fought their way to victory, in the mean time the friend of this holy cauae were working Indefatlgably outside, In the I'nited Btate President Wilson refused to recognise the bloody d Is of Dictator Huerta, the moral support was given to the Carranaa foroea. Chile, Uragil and Argentine, the three lug Latin-American power, did like wise. Constitutionalist committees were established In Pari In an effort to frustrate Huerta' plan for a loan from the European banker This was successfully accomplished, in nil tins work the remarkable statesman ship of Carranxa was evident, He or ganised all the committees ami aa lated in all the undertakings, The chiefs of the revolution rea lising the necessity of one chief tu iead the reconstructive work of M Ico, appointed Carranaa to that office. The following plan wiih adopted by them on March I'll, ItlS: IMan uf litiadalupc, l. Qeneral Vlctorlano Huerta, as preaident of the republic, shall i- dla owned. - Th- legislative and judicial pow ers of the federation shall also I,,- dlS ow ned, '!. The governor of the states who still recognise the federal powers forming thr actual administration, .10 days after the publication of this plan, shall he dlsoW ned. 4. for the organisation or the army In charge of seeing that our pur poses are carried out, we name as first chief of the army, w hich will be called constitutionalist, Venustiano 'arranss, governor of the state of Coahuila, r. The Constitutionalist army on occupying Mexico City, the executive power will he provisionally in charge of Venustiano Carranaa, first chief of the army, or In charge of thai person who might substitute him in com mand, I, The provisional president of the republic will convene general elec tions as soon as peace may have been consolidated, handing the power to the ciUsen who may have hern Hi" ted. 7. The citizen who may art as first chief f the constitutionalist army In the states whose govrinmeni might have recognised that of Huerta, will assume the c harge of provisional K"V. ernor and will convoke local elections, after the clttsens elected to discharge the high powers of the federation may hay,, taken possession of their Office, as provided for in the foregoing basts. BSusssaasBH i ;Bew'sjatfbMhC!WsasBaMBBBSJtsi 15 We Wilt every man and younn man who cares about saving money on clothes, to comes here tomorrow Olsan's Quit Bu S III it ini will I'ji id DKH't'liaiiditit1 of f'xct'ptioiiul ijiiiiliiy, and tli' I lii -c Ii,i I it -i 1 1 1 1 i ii ii i h 1 1 ilnwii iii 1 1 1 - i'i' List 1 1 i i i i ;is ,i uicaiifl uf ilisniiKing tf our utock, . I'nll I'ouliztitiou ( what ve&i ppioe Bocri fict'H wo .ire inakuii vun ohU Uv olttuiiiod h ihm'hoiuiI invcHtigatioii. Study well this partial list of Olsan's Quit Business Prices SUITS AND OVERCOATS The well known makes of Alfred Benjamin; Spero, Michael & Son, ami Friedman, All in.iii Knits mid Oven "-i'. ihw All rj.-'tn KuitH and iTi i IH I K, HOW . . . All $15,00 Kuits .-in.l ( ci'i iial-, HOW All sis.iiii KuitH and Overcoats, hou All $20.0t) KuitH and Overooats. now $7.35 $85 $9.95 $11.95 $1.5.95 All $22.50 Soils and Overeoat8, now All $25.00 Suits and Overt'oats, iiiw . A I! $27.50 Suits anil OvereuatH, now All $30.00 Suits a i ii I Overcoats, now, All $:15.(KI Sun- ami si?") 4 Qlt Overc.nits. now W.tFtl $15.75 $16.95 $18.75 $19.95 Every article sold has the guar autec uf Paul A. Kpitzer, who takes over our lease and fixtures, Sales may come and go, Imt never like qualities in seasonable mer chandise al like prices. 106 SO.MAIK. 4 7 V: SL wSM What 'Hi want when you need it at a nivat savin",' in p!ice. ma a nd d all republic, I n t his w.i v . transmitted rapidly, different movements promptly. Carranaa of telegrams daily, o'clock in th- morn k at night, and often woe hours of thu still doe now at It would bt1 Mill tn point out that thi- plan of Ouadalupe that, arnen the constitutonallst army tak"s possession of llegtco City "the executive power win tip provisionally In charge --f Venustiano Carranaa, first chief of the army." and thai "the prov isional pres ident of the republic win convene for general electiona as toon as pence may have been consolidated." Tins ih what all tin generals now In thi- Agua Caltente ttconvention pledged themselves on their honor to support. The naming of one chief gave per tonality to the revolution, By Incor porating it with one leader, it fixed the equilibrium which avoided the lush ,,f persona ambitions, and i-i- lahlihhi-il a iipritiic will to which all other wills world l-c subjected In th-i matter of organisation ami discipline, Carranaa, getting together th forces of some of the most experi enced general, attacked Torreon, mui aftoi waging one oi the bloodiest bat tles of the revolution, vaa repulsed, suffering defeat Thi did not dls rourage him. Mini having thr enemy bottled up in Torreon and surrounded hy contltuttonallst forces, ho under took a i 1 1 1 it journey through the st.it' Oi Coahutla, Bacativa. Ourungn, Chl huauhua. MnaJoa and Bonora, travel ing on horseback over ix hundred 1 '-a Kins, with a small escort, and xuf -fi-ritiK many dlsgomforta. It vvhb on this trip that no organised public ssssv hnsj, got aoquainted with the different generals of the revolution who were untitling in those locahti' b, unilitig them, encouraging thent bj hi words, .oh ice and Kample w hi n he ar rived hi Bonora, U can be aald thai he I, ft i hf revolution perft tlj well oi -ganised behind him and he had laid the foundation of the future revolu tions ry government in Bonora, t'srran named part of hia cabinet, that which was most necessary, and when from everywhere there kepi coming the news of the battles, vlctorie and defeats, hope ami discouragements, with the Inde fatigable aaslduit) of which he has given us proof, and ins unruffled se renity, rapldlj organised the public ervicea, neccaaar for the ultimate triumph. Telegraph wins began t extend all over the country, from Bonora to Tamauilpas, Nuevo Leon, Coahuila, Ourango, Chihuahua, Eacatccai a f-'rt month later they extend over hail of Ibc ordei s ould '" and new of tin were received sent hundred working from 7 iiik until '.l o'clo j working until the morning, w hlch h I the present time. Itallroade were rebuilt rapidly thus facilitating the quick transporta tion of troops, ,md more than once victory a due to this arduous labor. Custom lions,- iervioe was reorgan laed and the sum levied, uaed for ! paying the Hldlers, and tor buying , arms a nd ammunition. Newspaper were established and encouraged to publish and make known thi -ds of the oonstltuUon- aliata, uonvinrlng men of the JusUce i of our cause, ami circulating the vic tories won '-v oui nun. Those news papers, edited ov civilians who .in now looked down upon, gave fame ami ronown to many of our general, in Mexico a well as abroad. To re late nil thai was done then In behalf of the cause, would fill several vol . nun s store tnonej n t naoded, as money is the backbune of war, and with a decree created the constitutionalist lulls, thus obtaining the necessary resource and refusing all offers of foreign loans, which Carranaa Justly has a great horror f"f. Carranaa, with (rreat firmness, re fused foreign Impositions,' and even that of the United States, the great republic which was in sympathy with lour cause, saying that, if these Im- I position were to in- the payment f the moral sympathy with Which the i North American i pie favored n. it -is preferable to lose these sympa thies than to tolerate the Intrusion of an outsider in our Interior affairs, j When the Amerloaa troops were landed in Vera Crux, true to in- Ideals, made a protest In the name of the Mexican people This protest made n great sensation all over ths United Btates Carranaa organised the divisions which marched triumphantly Into the capital of the republic, pro, lalming the fall of the usurpation, it was ha w ho granted th promotions and ranks or all the chief olttows and generals Of otir army. One of the last promo, lions granted wa that of Oen. Fran cisco Villa 1" chief of division Carranaa energetically refused to make any transactional with the gov- rrnnient of f'nrkilal, and demind'-d unconditional surrender, in order to make his triumph romplete and Bnal, thua faithfully Interpreting tin ideaN of the revolution At last, after mnny struggles, douhta, mlsfortunea, rnrrnn-.a made hi" entry Hit-, the capital of the re publtc at the head of the constitu tional hosts. He wis getting ready to carry out the plan ,,f Quadalopi and to realise the political, economical ami soelal reforms demanded hv the rev olution and to raeatabllsn pi ici when I v oic e was hsgrdi ' Let us dis own Cirranza." An I why should we not disown HEAR THE SAXTONSi VOICE, VIOLIN AND HARP At The FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH, Corner Fourth and Boulder BEGINNING MINI) A Y, A I 9:30 A. M. Saxton Sings Solos, Plays the Harp and Directs the Chorus of 40 Voices! Evangelistic Services Continue Every Night, Except Saturday, at 7:45 Bible School C ontest Willi Oklahoma City al 9:30. Help 1 ulsa Win Morning Service At 10:50 Saxton Sings Great Evening Service at 7:45 Violin Solo Hear Taubman He Hits The Nail him. after all the ruins ha prpa 1 1 .ii d j Hii Inst his noun! r ? Wa it not ahat iimiu did to Ma dero? And I who thought that i r Huerta was a traitor, and accused hint before congress, aslvinn for him the penalty ,,r death I, who discredited him in the United states, and ob tained by timely Information, to have President Wilson nfu.se him recognl-, tlon, a week after tin- Inauguration of his coming lot" power, Huerta did nothing else with the great Preaident Madero than whal we pretend to do now with Carranxa , tin chief of the revolution, the man who made It triumph with his treat faith, valor ami the firmness which he din-1 tilled in the hearts "f th nstltutlon- n list soldiers, Lei u refuse to recognise Carranxa! And why only refu c to recognise l.im" To .1,, Mir work thoroughly, let us hang him from 01 f the trees in the la.a de Arm. is. And after this meritori and Pa triotic action, let im call liuerts from outside, for he will be worth to gov ern iih, and let 1 1 h raise a statue to hltn. And over the dead bodies, not yet old. of a hundred thousand Mexican win, have died defending the honor of then country and the rights of the people, let us shout: "Viva lluertat I Down with Don Venustiano!" HRRIBKRTt 1 UAItIK IN Herlberto Barron, the author of the above article, is one of the few Mex ican patriot whose heart and s'oti 1 along to tin- revolution Prom the first days of the revolution against IIh he ha given all tils energy to Ihe cause of freedom, Being 1 writer ,.f km-. it ability, he acquainted the world with the real condition and the true cause of tin- revolution Natur ally, he found himself s.,n pi rae cuted by the iiax henchmen. In 1116 he MraS Compelled to leave hi native country and he came to the I'nited Btates as all exile Here he continued to advocati the Ides of the Mexican uprising and when the -e- voit finally tonk place be Joined Ma- dero in the great flghl fm freedom. Mr. Barron Is, undoubtedly, one of the very few men who writes eom- prehensiv 1 ly in the tangled situation of Mexico. Having lived In the United states, he understands the psychology of the Americans SI Well as the tem perament of the at exit ins This ha iuci asafulli expresses in all hi nr .. ..a thi Mi xh n yuc itlt n. He Ih one ,,f the very f,w really great men who are aiding 111 the rvhuildlng of Mexico, as viui-rd hv ths VarioUfl papers "f lUCh surprised Over n by the Agnaacall- Public opinion editorial "f the Mexico l very 1 the attitude take elites convention. The 1 10 warriors, who gathered fm the purpose "f working oul plan of pcaee, sei-m to lal,t under the ini tially are the vv hole appear t, have Koldlcra of constructive :i re illy presslotl thai I hey guv crnmenl 'I hi forgotten thai they war and not politic tat, smell. As It seems, however, I pie have learned to between the dter and tin- like Carranaa, it is no wonder that the people of Mexico ire surprised when they sen the Villa ami the Bapata factions working against, instead "f with Car ranaa Such an antagonistic attitude ma cause the public t" look askance at the entire work "f ti invention. th- Ml sh all differentiate 11 mi horse, the soi itesman and scholar BX-CHRIST1ANS" IB BE TUBMAN'S MI I A Wi.l I, INI K CAMPAIGN IH'I s 11 in l H XTSH W II I I I K-Ms-ll THI Ml SM . "Bx-Chtistiana la the subject of tht. nisi ermon in the evangelistic cam paign, beginning this morning at the I'nst ChrlsUan church, Wa huvo heard about an ex-presldtmt, ex-editor, and we have even heart about m tt it, but what is u 11 ex-Chrlstlan? All those who go to hear Ta u in in win learn about it. The people of Tulsa will be deeply Interested in tins series of meetings because, instead o( Imparting a profeaslonaj evangelist, the ( hutch ims naked the regular min ister to eondui t tin- lervlcsa, assisted b) Mr, and .Mrs. II S. Saxton, two ersatlle tnustclans, who win use Voice, violin and harp "The Need of the Now Birth" Iii the sermon subject ,ri 1 Sunday lilviht. A meeting for the men of the congfeaTatlon M called for 1 his afternoon at :t o'clock. Mr T. nih il an plans to conduct a number of shoo, store ami street meetings, a I tad hv tin- Bastona, The newspa per rather Ilka the method of this congregation during that present ad ministration, as every Important event has 1 n advertised through paid dis- play ads in the daiiy editions. Mrs. Baxton will piny violin soId tonight, accompanied by her husband on the harp, Wanted In on tin- Heal. Then- is in Brooklyn a young, re ciiiiiv tnrrld couple who have been having the- usual half-pathetic and wholly amusing experience Incident lo somewhat limited means and lota inexperience Last Baturda) there was a hitch in the delivery of the marketing, and Sunday found them with a practically empty larder When dinner time came the young wife hurst into tears "Oh, tins is horrible!" she wop! "Not 1 thing- in this house for I dog lo eat! I am going home to mamma' ' If vou don't mind, dear." the hus band exclalmod, as he visibly bright ened and rea lod for his hat, "I'll go with vou " Mmpk Matter. Tht v had been making h ly white the un shone, md w hen they had fin- lahed B high haystack the farmer' hoy shouted from the top; 'Sy. mister, ho am 1 going to mt down?" The f. inner considered the problem and final!) solved it: "Oh, jest slut your eyes an' walk around a bit." Wrinkles Disappear As If By Magic "in th' rMMrVil of vrlaklM, I hav li rtnlfj -iwnr-ici tt.tiri.-l , ' ' write. Mini COTMtti tfct t'f leliralft! pAfiUHt trMsttf tt ptri "Thi rMahi they prouM r mmm t ivo 1 nil i.rvrr ptrauvnt. laaiint ii only pBrtwlly MCedJaWw tlul it' tuo slow ' I've u?ir lets nvthing work Inch ffMr dri a iirnplf, hnrinleBH tolutitn n; woman Ptn ft9ptft ami u at kotfV wit hou M lat Irotlbff h.ilf pittt of wit.-h half' Mid ati MttM f IfH poU tlr'i naxi'litf Iff 1 i.tu'll tifptl Mix tht two and apnl.1 this. rrfrfhiii aohltlot to rottf fare duilv Ihi- f f t Ii mm clou.- Iintantntu Mi. The kin Itf.MMii' a f innrr. 'tinhtcr , rvtT wrin kit and ag 1 affected. You feci mi ft Freihfd . f t r Halli the w h . on I"k re fretktd, too looa "u tjlll lonk tea yeara tiunger " Sovn l Wurld.