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RELIABILITY CHARACTER ENTERPRISE
THE MORNING
OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER
FINAL
EDITION
4 o'clock A. M.
J
VOL. XIII, NO. 291
TULSA, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY; JULY. VMM
II TACKS.
I'KICr 5 CUNTS.
S GET SHANTUNG TO
AGUE
TAP
ENTER
LE
START MOVEMENT
TO REMOVE FAIN
Amrriinn JYileration of Labor
j.jkI'1 's Movement He
jih jn Oklahoma.
MORRISON TELLS CHARGES
Srt-rrtarv Takes Up Case and
Will Confer With Other
Iilior Heads.
HE TRIED TO JAIL STRIKERS
- i
Iirvnkffl I-VcltTa! Statutes, to
Tut Televrraphcrs in Jail ;
Named ty Gore.
W!J'I Wi'1--' tu n Murna.
foil R i. 'I.
WASHINGTON. IV The
pr.HPrful In.l'hllMT)' of the Amcri
,tn r'e.lrr itmn I'f Labor today
nut lirhir 1 I lii" movement recently
uirtert I'V !ln- Oklahoma. 1'fderatlon ;
of IjI'it l.i have Ji.lin A. Km In.
dmorr,K removed an bulled States
ttlnrnr) f ir Hip wcslcrn district of
t ill lahom.-t- lii lmt HtiiliMiirnt
in out ln.Kht. Secretary Krnnk
K Slorriii.i.. f ederutmn secretary, !
4'Ulled the iharges Hindu by K'lgar
K Krnlun, president nf lh" Slate
h ntcrution nf I-ahnr nf Oklahoma,
tni ssi'l he rega rili"i1 Ihf" case ilia
of nxlinnal Im poi lam e. I lii" charge
trt that Klin attempted li dlntorl
Din frderiil statutes In order In irnil
to th penitentiary n 1 7 -y o r-olil Kir!
ind II other telegraph operators
whi took part In llii" recent strike
itnrt ihii Western I'nliin.
Morrlmin nlw said thai Kaln owes
hu tppcliiinirnt In Senator iori ami
he therefore sent a communication
t 'lore on Hie matter. The charge
it't (bat I' run a. I. led to ft lung
1m of art 1 1 'i! Ira hnstils to orgnulzrd
Ishor by now aticmptlng to use a
fritrril itatutc tn Interfere with the
etiblnhnd right of strike am pracr
ful plrkatlntc guaranteed under the
l of Oklahoma
, The ft thiit ilia rear has been
brUht Into a federal court, gives
It a national Importance to organ
UtMir. Mnrrlnnn said, anil I'resl
4nt Trnton left Washington tonight
fir lnilnnspi.il! to confer on the
suliletl with ihr heads nf thr I'Mtrit
Hum Worker, thr llitildlng Trade
ft ether big national labor nrganl
mum slth headnuarteni In thr
mi'U.t wet:.
JAZZING PREACHER IS
JAZZING RIGHT ALONG
TV llrt v,kp iwwU Ailtrrw ( om
rnt am) sari n,. , (i. ,.
I" Art- lnl. riT.lcl.
tv.,
m (.iiniiir pn ai hrr Ih Ruing to
I'-tM ii. j; ,, k.
Xn i-ommrr,, f ()lH ,,.),,,,.,
ilipirnatr it,., crltinam ,.f our
Cock. !''"' '"'v M-'rolil li
mrr,(r,t frn, ., , ,lr, Mlr(.r ,,v
irn" ""-" "l nii-thoda in
r .h i"';,'l,'"rM,' l Kn.lay
.IM 4MI,.. PlKrrt M.-morlal chwri h.
c.'. k " ""skv I'llof a hi-
ti. L r"'"n; h e'lvrmr rr-
. "1 uir li- ia-
1" fact I WHM
It "hiiwa that our
Hl'h aii. "i-n:l..tl.
"f.ir ,r f ,,,, ,,.vl,.
"Tin tti,P w
To lhi i,,
unwi-,. ... ...
'omiiients came
led the neri Icen
"'o I ill. tint our
W I, I "t-n
II 11.1 y
' , -1 1' ci-iiMtlnnai f..:i
out
in.- it r r
;" " iiuiallv elood
I perhaps ovei -I'l'.-m
eleinenln of
v h.i were tiri-neni
I rit-'
,rM""l the r. '
"Pe I,,,..,
"""I'V n,k-i,i ..r
n.-- ,
i ere very rtithuatas'lc
The people nf niy
king me n, niM
f. ci iriclsiiiH thir.'
'""rn an-
'i,(,WM tu
,'. yr,r.
;)' from .)
'lUuh,. ,,.
n" thiPB,
mug that leads
"i path I have
:i.g l.i a. compllsh
' .i Inn- that will
T'lbn all up and
i .
IT.4Kf .h,
p.-,
' llr.li.
' ri-rit
f Pr'ir-m
1 nii,t
"nn ,
in n. .
ri i.-c
-1 ' the
union.
an iinnncr
next Sun-
audevllle
" fealuien
f-r
mat w.
w
fill
"'k In are hauler
(he resiiHa of
i in. were highly
md I ,,n going to
i b i in mi
'Inm Miroiighoiil
I have the ii t-
'I' gooil ca'n be
' Ik-h inethndn nf
lellglnn "
the tinted au-
" Tin, i-,,t nii-t.
II..
' ind i- .
l.'frlrv ,r,
till.-1
fl'trB
"lit! f,.,
-Ik
"lM:i.
,kHr"l-1 I;.
,'" So ,r
1 'tlUr a
I" th.,
.
f uter t.i'laf
Sln -hel ,l nf
Hotel Tills-'
1 1 r.x l.le.l "
I In Imt.-r of
'I "link,' 'hi
a'! of the
r ..Tf if lhe
ten Illnrn of
I'l.i
' I
tl;.
'hir-h.
H'i-W's
M i
""rhes
.,f .ia:',
..'k.m Strike.
1 Mmut 4 1.(111
, l'n l.f
In....
'tc. .
mil. V, wiirki
li enter colli-
N't ileinaii.l
I' 1'iv, iti ci, r. I
"I'd tonight
i "'"a Inc. I hi
of the cnrjio
''I .Nn di
Ka.
l II
be..
I 01
0.,
Ur
n.,1
"1 th.
THE WEATHER
TTI.S . Jnli
min.mu'n, 72 ,
parllv tlontlj
1 j Wiilmnm, H7 ;
ind!, ftouih and .north,
f'kl.AH'iM A - Wednesday probably
fair; ThiiriHav fur
l.ol ?lAN(i MrdriMiliy and TWi
Wy. partly cloudy, proliauly local atmw
era hi at txiriwin
AKK IN.' VWriheaday oJ Thurt
da. prohalily fair.
KNyH Fair Vdniilar nd
Thnratlav : warmer Thuri'Jajr ind in
fl Htri ion VKdndat
K A y'V 'IfXAS -- Wadnradftr
ThiiriT t:firm.ly fair
WKUT TKX KA --fdnirfay Tf
rloudy, Tharaitay i-iirlly fa.r.
A THOUOHT TOR FATREBS
I want to tia my younrU?ri glad
Tbat I 4iitan fr thnr dad;
I wnt thni hn 1 fon ay
To think of m t tlnira and aay
1 lial .Mtia.tid to thrm ft nam
Thai iifrnr hJ b-fn linked itk ham
I ha rn rat drtir for plf
Of ) hirh I may rlaim mtlf
I kha'l tiQt v hi'npar though I nuia
Ttif t'lpirwnt piak f rarihly b'lit
Jf f ran k. Ihroutjthoai my davi.
A man mf h( tin onri ran prataa.
want my rhildren f fmad
Of itif in any thmitf or rruwd,
1 would not ka them turn away
Or bluih al inrNt thai 1 mifht ay
Or Iry to hidr from unbhc view
tingle deed thai 1 mav do
When tbey art wiaer, oldar frntg,
And all Itfe'a tin lo fham ara knows
I wotiid not have Ihem rail in re md
Onraamna when I n unktnd.
Or hav them in my rerord it
On ranat to b tinamed of ma.
T want to IriT my chlldran htn
To walk through hfa without a, fear;
I want t bata them proud lo aay
Thy hoar my ram from d U ny.
I nam them to h glad
Ti I waa rhoaan for iheir dad
ODpyrlchl. lt!9, by KdorA Gnett
' )
WIRE BRIEFS.
M Ml. SI JtVH i: WITH
tiUlMAXV !M"1 Mi l)
WASHINOTON, July II. Ra
aumnllon of mall nrrvlre brtwrrn
thr I'nltrd Hl.itr and (Jrrmany, rf
fri tlva Ininirdlatrlya aa provPIrd
in an orilrr aignnt late today by
I'o'tniaatrr (Irnrral Iliirlraon.
AM.IKX MHCTSH
TKIAL OK KAISJ. U
PARIS, July IB The queatlon of
(he future fate of the German em
peror waa dlai'uaaed today by the In
teralllrd ronimUtrr on war reapon
Iblllty. It waa aald on behalf of
thr rommlttre that no drmand con
rrrnlnir William Hnhenanllern haa
yrt brrn made to the Dutch gov
ernment. MIT I IK (ilVKN
OMHM-..N1 F.i VOTK
IW The AiMMMttPf 'rs.
R)MK, Monday, July 14 The
Kovrriinirnl of I'rmilrr Nltll whiih
took offlre arvrral wrrka a", to
nlKht rrrrlvr.l a vote of confidence
111 l'ir chainlii.r of drpmira The
voir pnw.nl fV 7 to 111.
l ltOMllK I I .MH It )l
t'ATTI.i: IM-dHTS
WASIHNtlTWJs-. July IB. Appli
cation will now be rncelvrd from rr
rponallilr American banka and r
portrra for advancra aKalnat cattle
and cattle product hipmenla, thr
war flnancr corporation announced
today, thr piirpom. IicIiik lo atlmu
latr rjporlatlon and hroadrn the
Ucniaml fur thrs producta.
Hw band Helpless; Mother
Asks for Milk and Ice
As prr-vhiuHly rcportnl .
Mra. A, . W"l1i
lbinl ( the Clilldrc-n .
Mrs. W. s. HiMiki-r. . . . .
lii. It. Iinsi
Cluia. W . (.nrni'n . . .
Wa.l,. Kelly
Socltui i (
W. J. hlrkwixnl
J. A. Ism-v
eh
aali
I . W. King
Cash
Alloll t ni'MIn
Mrs. J II. clilcr
II. t'. .K clcr
Mrs. N. W. Cornelius . ,
Niirrtu ;. HcntlHirnc, Jr.
Joliii llcniliorne
Wnrbl l"uh.
t runk I.. Huninn
Itobt. A. StrvkiHI
H A. Ilnwlnrxl ......
IVank anil 41r,tnv Olln,
Jctiks, tikla
IIS.no
aim
4 mi
I DO
R.ltO
10 00
l no
l IMI
ft. oo
I on
ft. no
loo
I. mi
...o
1 .00
I no
I 00
s oo
I 00
I. no
I ti no
i on
l:, in
1.(10
ti n I.
JHH no
The voice
from o t r th
auie low and sweet
oi iti-t- k- rn rt man's
r welfare woikrr at
'plinne e'll ihr
(he humane nff
;.l.n:i;l e Ion' n of
ii recognize,! 'he
the I'e f ( har,le
III ti
ton nti
' lo
nit et
out on
I'oiir eeiiih and Tri-n-
'In
yo.i think
un have a
MU cu'd po.sl- ;
it ' ,e liu.k and , e
again Ihm niiinmnr ' ' she naked. "I j
hate In .ink In Ii b-il von know Its,
:he bah) s second nutntner and I m
afrull fur him. You a i I hui life
last e.ti." i
She :ii iri-d that sh" won d
receive milk and . '. r her two I
tinPie, If jymliod) .n 'own win g.vn
i'. and tli,ih.'' welfire worker put ,
i:.n th.i phone nii a attngr.
.uis t look in het t l en
"We heir niniiy il'ifnl "torl-s," .
she nnld, "I' ll tills one In lriKI- Th.ll i
ivi.nian In a-i l-eairlf il :l young glrlj
an yt.u ever ant and h:n the sweet rst j
vi. :i e and as gentle a manner as any. ,
body. Her husband, i'h,r le Hrown.l
lusi ii ).ar old. hl big back I
SOLDIERS TELL
PRISON CRUELTY
Sixty Testify IIfurt Houso
CnmniittfP of Mistrfat
mcnt in France.
OFFICERS ARE ARROGANT
Mercians and Unprovoked
Attacks Made Upon iMcn
Held In C'ump.s.
CONVICT 'HARD-BOILED' ONE
Hundred Testify Apainst
Lieut. Smith; Ceneral Goes
Without runishment.
WASni.NUTi i.. July li Si
formrr Aui'Tl.an (.Idli-ra trmlfiril
today l.rfnrr a ,m l,il ImiiKr , .innnll.
tcr InvimmaiiMK allrc-il crurlin-a to
military prlmuirra In Krani,., r
clurrrt that mrrcilrna aM..iolts wrrr
oiniiilttfil without pritviirailon on
the prlanni-ra by arrogant officers In
iharxn nf thr prlnoii and cainpa
Only one of thr wllne-aen. all of
whom err rh iritr, wlih bring ah
ernt wliliout Iravr. n convlced.
the iithern h.iMng breri ur'iiliti'd or
the charge dletn inaeil
The "baaillr." ihr "aioikailr."
' prlaon farm N" t" and "HI . Anii'a
hotrl," aim known an thr "brig"
wrrr thr plarr namrd bv the wlt
nnnrK aa the acrnn nf thr alletfed
I crnrltl. M, w lilrh were mild In bavr
eitrnded over aeveral nmnihn In
I9IH Some i.rfK'.Ti in I'lmmr of thr
prlann cainpa, It waa nald. had bren
cn Irled by court-martial and
othere wrrr awaiting I mil
l.iriilenant "Hard Hulled" Smith,
one of thr prlaon c-'imti offlcrra. wan
mentioned f requcnlly, whllr nthera
nm"d wrrr l.leiiiennnia Maaiin and
Sulllviin. nn, Scrgeanll Hall, Wolf
mryrr and lumh
l.cncnil Not Trlrd.
"Did Ibey try Hie general In
charge of the camp?" akrd chair
man Royal Jnhnaon, who left hia
aeat In congrraa to aervr with the
army abroad.
"Not that any one heard." re
sponded the wltneea.
When Lieutenant 'Hard Ttotlrd"
Smith waa tiled at Tourn enrlv thl
year, a hundred wllneaaea appeared
agalnat him nd he waa conlc'ed,
(ratified Sidney Keinp, New York
city, who waa a corporal of Company
K, injd rnginrrra. a i.h division.
"Hrvrral of (hr aoldlrra testified
tbat In addition to being beaten,
food In aniall amounts and of poor
nuall'v was siitiplle.l and that the
bedding was poori Homrtlmea the
mattress being In mull under a small
lent '
"A prisoner was mulling and an
officer aavs 'takr ihm smile off or I
will.'" A II Mendlelicrg. llaltlmore
who served with base hospllnl 42
lesllfled. 'The of fir. r did In rolling
the man In the mud." Mendleherg
added.
lx-nlc! I'imwI.
When telluiK of poor fond Mendlr
brrg raid ihm "if von nuked for an
extra plere nf bread you were flat
on y-nir Pack "
Menln Mendlebrrg and others
nald, cons si.'d of a slew made from
canned be. f. one slice nf I. lend and
part nf a cup of coffee ,"1nnietme
onlv the slew was served, witnesses
said
broken In a mlnn accident and has
been heiplmn for two years H'1 can't
even alt n a roller limit hut a ver
lltt'ie whme at a time They have two
babies about two and thtee years old
and no means of H'lppnrt eierpl
what he makes bv n.ishtliir Thai
can't be much fur (here Is hole time
left to wash afler wal ing nil her bus.
band and the two chltdien"
Hrnw n has bren opi-r iled on but
Mine Is nnhtiiig can be .Inti. he will
never be any better Vii he In In
perfect health In rerv other wav -
mny live : ot 3" e,ns lie Is sild
to pave the brlgh'esl, Tuipplest d.n
ponl'lon and never coinpi.iin.s nf bin
lot The wife, llkewln. K.l't.ts per
har lnhtpn an I never ullnea lo h'-r
life nn a luirden
Of ci.uin-' (hey can't btiv Ice rind
milk They can h.ir.llv evlnt n t al)
I; Is children ,,f ihin sort who nerd
j 1. 1 crow into healthy l.ovs and gnl.
I 'o relieve the f.inl drooping nhoul.l-
em nf the brave ymitiK nio'hil . It
Is for ihild'en , f thin n-i't ji:i! The
I World Im ill "II n drive rnl
I ,) Si-, ltd. IV I lifh' f '1- a : l-
ml k in. I i.'e f ind lor the hum "ie
node y to furnish thine p e- ,-nn . : I r
'to nil poor cil!-i-n ,,; Ml" cj.y f,.
I tie no' t v ,i in--mi ha
j The l,'ii:wi"e ""'l"',v hns ' ep in
touch wi'h the i''-..ir p t..n fim
:;v ..ii l"n-:r'eenth nn.l 'I r.-trnii for
two )rarn They are d-dng I r . i r tn-s
land tlu-y ney.-r ask f -r help niv in
ill'' ti.-'''! There nr.- cr-'iPi if
. o'hnrs who are suffer! . I1 li the
tin e ,f ;l.e year wh'-n .ilcn' lieufp
Inilin' be wa'ched. Help I -1- h'ltll.ioe
nif-ir-v H-'iye tiii"-e -i l ,i , .a .Mil
or brlrig ynur rt,n k 'o ".e '..e m. k
,ii,l i.e (oil'!, V:'.- V ''li i' 'niv be
the ttiealin M ' I'g o- 1 . 1 I - llf
. '('.ill StroMier. the human rp.l ''
will if r. a l.beial p.o cn'.ii;.' of
the reclpis of bin performance to
night t" ihe nulK and Ice fund f ir
Mm biihlen S'rotlirr will climb the
Cosden huildltiK U li o'clock to-nifihl.
Seamen of Foreign
Vessels Join Strike
With Yank Workmen
St.W YoltK. July
slrikr of Aiiiciican
siiiiu d an Intel natlona I
i;. The
allien
HHpc. I tl
tilKlil. when lius II IlroKii, sr
letaiy of tin, ristcrn and guif
dlvlnton nf Hie Internatlminl rVii
liien a asHoclallon, aiinouiit e.l tlnil
creiva of a dnr..-n ships nf f.itivinn
ri-Klslry had iint tlmlr , ion. In in
New Yoik harbor. 'Ibey declared,
Mr llrown said, thai llielr aUine
w.in tint only In snipaitiy Willi
that nf American nc.nti.-ti. Inn for
til" purpone of n' 114 1 Ulll g all
rilKI'l on tin' hlKh man
rews today dererlcl I 'ill. It.
Dinlth. NorHi'Vlan and Ktvi.linli
ships. Mr. Hri.tsn nuld. addlnK that
American union deleK iles bud i
perlellced Connlder.il.il. illfllcllllv
In persuading the crews of several
Hrlllhli nhlpn to ri-inain at vvoik
The i row of one Itrlllhh vessel, nf
thr lloiilh line, did lllt denplle
the fact that they had been nlxlieil
fur a round trip to Knglaml, be
aald.
Mr llrown slated he would tend
a c.iblc message to Joseph II. I
bert Wilson, bead of the Nallon.il
Klremen'a and Sailors' unlmi of
Crrat llrltaln and Ireland, In f r m -lug
li I in of the sent titicnt mining
Itrltlsh crews here.
"We don't want this," hn nnld,
''but you can see how lit" strike
fever has spread. We muni slop
If and I have ordered my dele
gates lo Instruct the crews of for
eign ships to slay nn their boat "
WILSON VETO CAUSE
OF PARTISAN FIGHT
II on nr- lli'gtna Ciiiinlil.mtlnn nf Sun
dry NifTler- lull Hut Viljiiiiriis
WltlMut Action.
W'ASIIINitTON. July 15 Consid
eration In the house today of thr
sundry civil apprnpilallon bill, as re
modeled to meet tsie ohectlnns raised
by the pi evident III vetoing t, pie
(ipl'ated a partisan battle, which
prevrnled furiher prorrn on Ihe
intaaiire and ended only when (he
republican forced through: a motion
to wrri lu Vers n,l both aides
admitted It was' the moat bitterly
cnnleated parliamentary mli-iip In
year. .. rl
The d'acusslon began when tne
rules cunmliter brought In a aprciil
rule for the Immediate consideration
nf the appropriation measure
rhanged to provide f 1 2,nno nun for
Ihe rehabilitation of wounded sol
diers and sailors, Instead of H.0U(l.
0(10 bji orlulnally carried.
Iirmncrata nppnaed Ihe res ilutlon.
declaring If It wrrr adopted and Ihe
sundry civil bill would be panned. It
would enable the republicans to
evade placing themerlvra nil record
nn bring opposed to the prenlden t'a
vein, and therefore oppose, I tout, n.
crease In thr n ppropna ' Ion fir tv
vocational training board They con
tended that a president's veto nc
cording to the constitution. would
have lo be rejected or accepted by a
record vole .
1
uch n
Itepublli ana nrvtie.l that i
course was hacked by pre, i d
in iitel
would eipedlir action on the meas
ure Speaker (lillrti nverru!-, a
point "f order rals. d by Minnrliy
Leader Champ ( lark and the lenolu
Hon was adopted by a mi l.ntant l.i I
malnrtiy.
The first amendment to h v.de.t
on. lnon-jltig the amount to ll.'Miii,
onil, waa supported t.v pra.-tn ally
every demociat nnd several
leptll.- I
Henna and It panned. :'" to I I J j
volra rrvcreed the renult, .Nearlv
every repiihllcnn who had voted for
Ihe Increase changed sides ax nther
amendments were brought up and
they were defeated by Increasing
majorities, the vntes long made al
umni entirely along parly linen
KfforiH nf ib-mncra tn to send the
bill back to committer wnh Instruc
tions to Increase the amount resulted
lu Incre.-ined confusion al the com
pletlon of Mi reading of the bill for
amendments A complicated par
liamentary tangle results in wlibh
storms of protests arose" ft om one
side or the other.
END OF MUSKOGEE CAR
STRIKE IS NOW IN SIGHT
Vral ti The World.
Mi SKOiii-;:. .1 i,v t,1 --HotJlrrnfiiT
if 'he nirike of M iifki-r,. n:rer! on
itirfi mini.! In n.Rht onilhf. ftillnw
ihk .ipprovrtt of nn fir lilti-i'ion piun
hv M.iV'r W'tnnr nnrl th rity rotu
ti, i'loiifri ti'1:iy Tliet ttitn, which
hit hrrn mihr?i)!tr'1 to th. fittikifw
mI Ihf rnnipui), tiniif h nnnvftti
tliifi IM hcMirn It (-rovnl-- fm 'h-1
n.)tnin(r f 'wu nirn lv th" in u n
and twi) hy th' mr-.k'"", th' f.mr
'hiJS rhi pell t. neifc! Mle fif'tl If
hi' e Ti t hf .'ire I ti I l - .:
i") tit- fft' in. in wrhn ii h'-uf"
fJov.Tiifir Itplx-r !hmi w.ll n iTin-
fif h .ift'Htr j-. 1' : r f tr "mi' ii - ;i t i w i.
it i . ! ' ii f M ,irk i,. e ru in " v
I j- " id c hn i Vf u-" ic i ,
ft nn- I w ! h Im 4 h''lf uf'i-r th f:tt
f oi r :.( p nf tn niiil It i f ir h"- r -
v. I'd T t: - I f.n!:f,K 'f 'hi li-i-ir.. nf
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(if t.llif :!! Is T'"IIII'1
Tf-V"pnr!.i'i"p hcrr h.ri t-t'-n M-
ui'Vor ''vr m wr " k d h v t fj t ' Km ,i 1 ,
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'I h Win Id ma lift lo you
v. h i'e v on an- on a ' -
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GENERALS STILL
ARE MURDERERS;
Henry Ford Says Professional
Soldiers Are in That Class,
Including Pershinp;.
; WANTS NEW WAR OR LEAGUE
i
Covenant Must lie Adopted
or He Would Have Another
War at Once.
HISTORY IS BUNK TO HIM
Knows Little, so He Testifies
Takes Responsibility for
I'.icifisni.
M TNT . VI. KM KNH. Ml, h . July
I i A urt ml i hiirw htt rnfiin nvrr
Htni Itit'tN vlrw nf lnft fin ( ton Al
f intloiin muff h b I fmaoiii cl uul hm
;t ini' ifut iitMpavKntliHt in 1916. for
tni, in-. ni lit.K tn Iiih i.Htimnny in
I.N ll oofttMMt iii.fl milt HHUinal ih
Chlciitfu 1'nlly Trihun. h" f.ivora
iiiioth'-r Kr'Ml r without lnly If
Km n nrti plun fttr u IfKH' of n
t ll'lll fn I
Tht- II enry I'ord, who In I HIS was
opposing die sending of the national
guard to ihn Mexican border, and
ills-lug Ihe ( tilted Males lo take the
lead In disarmament, asserted today
lis la now for ' pi eparednesa to (hr
hill" If It appears thai this new war
Is tiecenn.it y He took the position
as a witness, thai now Is the time
In establish universal pruce and If
ihe war dors not result In a league
which will assure lhat peace, there
can be no bi-Krr time than now lo
renew the strife
Outstanding feat urea of th day
wrrr:
1'rnductlon of the "flag rf hu
manity" nr "world brotherhood"
flag, consiructed hy Fnnl employes
without uuihortrallon by Mr. Ford
hut Inspired, apparently, hy on of
his utierancea.
Mr. lord admission lhat ha lll
considers wars f sxsjrssslon as mur-
d.r and rt,feaJ.ini -4ars..j isd.
even si.-epiiiig i.eneral (Irani , and
(Irnrral rershlng. as murderers).
Ills reiteration that lo Mm history
waa so much "bunk nnd an admis
sion lint on many subject he waa
Ignoraul. although he did not con
sider himself "an Ignorant Idealist,"
ns ch.irg.-d by the Tribune n th al
iened llbelmis edilnrial of June II,
ll, headed "Kurd Is An Anarch
ist " '
Statement (hat when a war Is un
avoidable that conscription la th
fairest method of obtaining an army.
According to Mr. Kurd, inoal of
Ihe pacifist prnpaganda distributed
in his name was written hy Theodore
I K't tvigur, a publicity agent em
ployed bv htm to educate Ihe pith
lie, na he put It, to the wasie and
hoiror of war. and lo Ha nesdleas
liens. More often than not. .Mr. Kord
nald. these argument were unit oul
wllli. oil bin having rend them al all
n repeatedly nta'eil, however, thiit
pr asniim.il full rnsiioiiHlhlllt v for ths
propaganda and In hla answers to
'PH-nilons propounded bv AMornev
lions propounded
r-HiiXt (I Slevennnn. rrprrwnling the
Trlliiine, he reaffirmed all of the es
sential seniimeni put In print by
Mr I ie l.ai-lgnr
He Interposed one Important njtiall
fl.allon regarding lh una of the
word "prepar.idnn" what he meant.
he n lid
wan "over-preparednesa "
h sil t, he considered that
111 I tl IK.
Ihn I'niicd Hi. ilea was sufficiently
piepare.l for defense, and hence he
opposed additions to the army and
ii'ivy. tl''. Htevcnsoti pointed out
that mYj"t one of Ihe propaganda
aitlcles was the lerni "over-prepared -in-ss"
employed, but that Instead Mr
Int. I urm-d that the I'nlted Slate
sht.iil.l a-iniime leadership In i-otn-plcle
d,s.iriiiament In the belief that
tit" rent of the world would follow hla
l-H.I'llpl.V
I null think It la good plan."
nald t he w llpens.
Ill ii... cituise of hi eamlntlon,
Mr I md said he hid no doubt lien
i-ial l emhing would admit that as
a prnfenMimal subtler ho hail com
nilftel many murder.
MIDLAND VALLEY MOTOR
WILL RUN SUNDAYS, TOO
Sfe-V tn t ha V nr'-l
M SKd'.l K. J.jlv IF, Th MhI
li ml I ' y in it ti r mi r at . .e
'''H M jmUi.i..'' ftn.1 Tulei will hr
PIM n'l Slltlily 111 W'll HH W--k cirt.H
I Mi the f u ' 'if. It wi rinnniirii'i'il : '
W !! i i 1 il ii-y tio.ulmmi t itm h-rp ti-
i' 'I nlH rti'iiiR In aiummi ru-f it af r
f f' rut' (tint th rnnior hr run
in Si mi! i k- h i,J M n ri I 'l It
r-. ui!! ft ilt'i'" ,:tM-n;-i lr;in
. i (.f r r t f i fryrn 8iM''i',-irf. I j
t i,o t-, ,v.r r:irt M u'k mf- f r Tul t
nt i' (.', j. in. dally nw fv-- T'llf.t
im t i ! nt 7 fi I', rn I'. tn.iUrn
it-1 'i ' t"ti "t ni f
FOR SAUL
i Twenty-five miles of 1-in.,
j i'C(iii( liaml pipe; jroed con
dition, j-r""d throads, recessed
coupliiik's ; jirompt shiprriit.
Phone T.ii'i. Hooin .112 Ken
nedy HI'Ik.
J. A I. KILL UN
Germans May Send
Editor Harden Here
as New A mbassador
L,fsesa-vm I
S7- ?
Mailnilllan Harden
MasiKilllim Harden, sdltor of I1
Zukunrt. la bring discussed as ths
new snibassador who will wreslls
with (IrTniany'a post war problems
In America. It ia understood that
Count von Iternstorff, who has
played a leading role In the counsels
of the Herman government for annis
Utile, regards Harden us favoralil
man for (ha Washlngdin ponl, es
pecially aa he entertains Hhrral
views and Is believed to bo highly
regarded In the I'lilled Stales
through hi editorial wmk.
WOULD SEIZE LIQUOR
- STORED UP IN HOME
Arremrlnernt la OffiTrsI to KnforcW'
nvnl Measure in lake Slin ks
lrsi'urrl m-fon July I.
WAHIIINilTON, July IS A man's
right to keep llijuor In his own home,
which stood the test before Ihe hulls
Judiciary committee, must take lis
chance now In the housr.
Notice war served today on th
committee hy one of I' member
lhat when Ihe house resume Ainsld-
eratlon uf ihe prohibition enforce
ment measure, an niiifiiilKusH would
be offered tu make It unlaw fu I Tor a
person to retain ponsenrlnn of liquor
store, I prhit to July 1 Th com
mittee, In flaming the general en
forcement measure, eliminated Ihe
section which would have niade
home storage Illegal, but the big ma
jority polled enierd vv - bv prohibi
tionists waa lief-spied tn some rpiar
lets lo mean that the t t II, In certain
riaiiect, will be made anil mors
drastic
The prohibition measure, wa not
taken up today, the sundry rlvll ap
propriation bill, vetoed hy thr presi
dent, having Mm right of way snd
neither can It be nailed tomorrow.
hint! ir calendar Weiltienduy, ex-
cept hv unanimous consent After
that the ngrlt urinal appropriation
hill, also vetoed bv the pres. .lent, will
have pllvlleged nl.l us and prohibi
tion leader llo not enpeel t'l resume
work on Hie mca.MHr befote Thurs
day or l'i idsv
EXPORT-FREIGHT RATES
I4- in GUtF-PORTS CHANGED
W AHHINtiTON, July I He
Adjustment "f export freight rates
lo South Atlantic ii nd milf pons
will tie ntarted soon l.y ihe i.iilro'i'1
ad m inlnt i a i Ion to penult -Inptiientn
llirnuith Ihone ril,:ill nn lii.il
tet inn with New l.ok iito! 'lie i -ml
Thin a.-n u t ,i n .-e v in c'v.-. l,,,l.i4
by I Ml e, lor of Tl ., f f lc I'll iil.L.'U
and I inner ir nf Pui.'n Her i. Tile
led lo reprenecla f4V n nf 'lie nolltll
and nil. I I ,,- w . nt w to. ,
proti t ,- ilnnl the , ..p.
tlofl nf 111" II. I rn ltlll r.l I I
ie ixi-'it'i; ivpi.ii ti
would .I.V.-rt t ll. "in. HI-In
ft rich! '.' I li" a ' ' --I'lv . r-,
II-'
'I to
I In'
n
A'l.ifiln n....l,o.ii
looi'l.-e.l aft.-r tin
It
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hit I ', n ' 1 1 1 K
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oi the
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roil 'I u! to i li !'' ' i ' 1 -, ' I I
lio in ! .-ii ' : i n of . m i
rth-e, I-ui p;.inh-. lo
to coi . r .. I Hp t .-r ! '
.Vt'lnalnnipjil rivet lo th
nvi V 11 11 1. 1 I Ifie f, : ,1,1 1 ii
I 'I t lnl.'l t ish
. ri c
e V ' e ri . I
I" ft
t,o.
I'l,fl.
ONE KILLED, TWO HURT
WHEN MINE CABLE BREAKS
Hpviai tn The. H r.
MrAl.r STKl; VA
John Arimritj. iv 1. i-l
JMm tri a Im.v(h ,i w,'h
ATt't .Inhti i"ff h 11 -l I'
it's t h- e 'i ! ' -t ii 1
'he M li I -v I 1 -
t i.ru j' rn i ' I 'i
W :M hMHr. ' I" ' '
; r i I i W m ' . I h t - '.';i f
M i r K h n I I " ' i ' -
lii ,im ' l tn m 1 ' i.l
I C !! 1 " S) H ' I'm.
"Pricc Paid," Sny.
Senator Lodge Al-
liea Are Inveigled.
ASK ALL PEACE DATA'
Foreign Relations Com- j
mittee Sendi Demand j
to Pretident !
WOULD ACCEPT CHALLENGE
Dorah Sayt Nation Prefers
It to Underwriting
Agreement
DEMOCRATS DEFEND COURSE
Acceptance of Settlement
or No Treaty They Say
Waa Alternati ve
WARHINUTOV. July 11 tTIii
lormy .angiA ovr pM0
oenty shlftsd twsy from h jsu
of nstlong onvensiit Inlay and broke
with a new fury shout Ihe provision
giving Hhnnuinc peninsula to Japan,
in rivs hours of dlit. ihr treats
npponenls charged In bluer terms
that th Toklo InVarnm anl ka A
wheedled Hhanlting from China at
the peacs laid without th shadow
or cans tictpl th ambition of
ronnueat, and auppnitsr of ths
ttly defended th course of Tresl
dent Wilson In ths negotiation hy
declaring the only altsrnallvs was
fsllur of th whul peacs confer
ems Chairman txds of the foreign r.
lailiin conunlllec ileclarsd Shantung
was "a price paid" for Japan ac
ceptance of the league f nailnn.
Senator Norrla, republican, Nebraska
charged lhat Japan In 1117 s, -rally
naa invsigird ths Kurnpsan sllles
Into a promts to auppnrf hsr ihaa
tunc claims. Renator Horah, rrpub
Mean, Idaho, asusrte-l that ir ti.s
United Ntat must sllhsr undsrwrll
ion noaniung sgrsenient or a ore pi
Ih rhallepge of another power, th
coumry wouia ciioo the, latter
course.
Wou IK'forti V. 8. l:n(orrJ.
Henalir Jlllchcork. Neliraaka
ranking demix-rat of th ootnmltlee.
irrplisd that lha Oerman rlghta In
Shantung were ohlalnsd legsllv by
treaty In Hill and were won fairly
from (Jrrmany by Japan long before
me uniir.i n'aira entered ine war.
Senator Williams, democrat, MUs.
laslppl. said ths president had tu ac
spt, (he Shsiitiing settlement or
coins home without a general treaty
of peace anil (hat Japan never would
give up the peninsula unlesa forced
to do so by vr.
In ih end Ihe senate sdopted
without a record vote a resolution
hy Senator lnlge, asking th presi
dent for any available Information
about a secret treaty alleged to have
been negotiated between Japan and
(lermany In 1911 embodying a plan
for Ituaekin rehabilitation and prom
Wing Japan's Indirect protection nf
Merman Interests at the Versailles
negotiation.
A sweeping request for Information
about th conversations at Versatile
also was sent to the while house by
the foreign relations committee,
which adopted a resolution by Sen
ator Johnson, republican, California,
calling for all proposed draft for a
league covenant, for report of th
arguments relative lo the league, and
for "nil data bearing upon or used In
connection with the treaty of peacs "
mart in Ili-ad Tri-aiy.
At Ha meeting, Ihe commutes be
gan the reading of the treaty, cov
eting in esn than two hours about
one fifth nf lis sections Ion passing
tiver for f t lire count, ler itlon Hie
eague covenant, the bnunlaiba of
IcrumiM. and many minor previa
ins Th.- leading will ron'ltnie al
long sc-nlnli tomorrow, the senate
t hiving mljoin lie, tonight until
I Thin-., lav si .he committee wuuld not
I I.e ll l 'Ipl' d ill I'n work
The Ul'i nn ,! inciosloil -n,f I'les-
tii W l .oil's offer lo conn, III with
colt: III I'te. ,. dnuh'f ll points of
' r. . ' v nor wan a n v a t tempi made
hue mtuittc') open lis limits
,e pot
V I n
ll'l
t bene
o ,1 lief,
a. ling
o Th
Instructions
1 for several
.f the d'leu
ri was S
lifter 'he I
in flmnh
I K'"
! - llO
,.g ci r.vie'l however, that
I -he pn-nl.lent nee the eotnlllll
tee It will he nt Itie while house and
not at I h. - i.inu.l"ee roniii
I '.lb.Mn (.cniiimi
Setiatnr ln.en ch'l.'e !l.lt Ja
pull's noppnit nf 'be letlktije had been
purchased bv lb" Sh.i lit ull). Iiltree
It, . lit. was in.iple.! with i, wnrnlng
t li ri I .Iflpilll Wnn following III 'lie font
nt.-ps of ilermai.v nn an empire
I. nil. hr
"Tl.'n aim lb. l :r.-i' l-.w.-r b.
('in TIM- H' "N l'A'.l .-'IV
Masons
Attention
limi rvreiicy Coniniu;i
t i 1 1 n .
Masofiic Hall 'J :.",' p
Ml.
I.ojan I. ';iiu-
in' MAS VI N' . I 'V.
Frank S. Iiavii-'in. W . M.
JAP ATROCITIES
IN KOREA TOLD
I'cdi'i'iil Council of Churches
Kevciils Horrors Practiced
on Natives.
DESCRIBED AS PRUSSIAN
Colonial System of KaMern
Kmpiro Compared With
(Jerman Militarism.
DEMONSTRATIONS PEACEFUL
Afflicted People Seek by Po
test to Shake Off Rule
of Terrorism.
NIC W TOIIK. July tl Th fnl.
lowing statrmer.t concerning the silt .
Uailnn In Korea waa slvan mo ...
lay hy the commission on relations
with th Orient of Ihs federal coun
cil of the Churches of rhrisi in
America, of which enm h.LbIam wn.
Ilsftl I. Haven Is rhalrman and etil
ney U Oullrk Is secretary"
"The reports of atrorltlrs snd a.
ps lally against ths nstlv t'hris-
tians that hav been romlns from
Korea for several months run.
firmed In abundant detail hy a upe
elal report about lo b Issued hv
ma commission nn .-I. i .. . i . w
(he Orient of the federal council
of th Churches of Christ In Amer
ica
'Th commission wishes to msks
It clesr that whll ll has no juris
diction to spsak nn Ih Dolltlral Is
sues at slaks In Korea, yel. aa rep.
r.ser.llng th ChrlMian sentiment nf
a majority nf ths American churches.
it cannot remain silent when a rt
fenseles psnpl srs mad Ih Vic
tlmsj of masaacr and widespread
brutality.
Ilaarri on Itcports,
"After nearly three months study
of ih Kors situation, this com
mission Is Issuing a atstsmenl hased
nn th examination of about 1.00
pages of manuscript reports of corn
mil lees, Utters and Ih iTrrinl in
eounts of responsible sve-wltnssse.
'This report aubslantlatea Ih
charge 'that Japsness colonist ays.
teni which haa been forced upon
Ihe Koreans Is thoroughly Prussian
In H military severity snd lis treat
ment nf lha natlvs population.
'Th recent movement foe Inde
pendence wss started hy educated
KoreasiS, anxious lo save the omnia-
of their country from national .
tlnrtlnn and for the recovery of
many of Ihs elcmrntal right of Jus.
tics, such ss ths us nf thrlr own
language, freedom nf Ih press, of
eperoh snd assembly, which hav
been denied (hem, hy Japan.
"They hoped hy peaceful flmtinn-
""""n vt passive resistance in in c
ennuuerors lo attract Ihs attention
of the peace conference at Paris
lo their ranee.
rirr-d on he Jape.
'Th Invariable procedure nf Ihs
so-called revolutionist wss to aa
armhlr. ssuslly rsrrylng ihr nallonal
colors and shouting 'mnnsel' (eqiilv.
alenl lo the Japanese 'bsnsnl.' or 10
our 'hurrah'). In no case wss any
thing more violent sKempted. nor
were arms horns hy lha revolution
ist In scores of cases three de
fenseless demonstrstors were fired
upon bv Japanese tronpa and killed
or wounded by hundreds. In oiher
Instance, native high chool indent
of both sexe, who had tolnrd ih
prncrslon In behalf of Korean lib
erty, wrrr Imprisoned and tortured
The stripping and lissltns of slrl
demonstrators and the brutal tieal
tnent of Korean women bv tapsneso
soldiers werr frequent, while hands
of armed Japanrss thugs were turned
liu.sn upon the Korean crnwds
r'rnm Msnh I lo April 11, l, '
Koreans werr known lo have hern
killed and lino wounded The In
dignities to a few foreign mission
aries, and especially the arrest nnd
Imprisonment of the Ifev Kll M
Mowrv. are already well known In
America The latest reports err to
Ihe effect :hat the nriesi and tor
ture of suspected persons bv the
poller were continuing ami that ii
relsn of terror prevnlled
'Thai the fnrc hearing policy of
ih" federal cniincH'n eomminslon h is
met wIMi nn nppt ecinilVH renfionne
fimn the ' Japnnene iroverntricnt Is
evbbnni from Mo fnllowlnir i.il.lr
grsni lust receive,! from ihr 'on.
Ttikiinhl II nn. premier of Mm Im
perial onhlnct-
'' T desire !.i nssure you lhat the.
report of abuses committed bv 'b
scents of Ihe Japanese gnvcrnmenf
In Korea has been cii'.-iirttiir mv inosf
serin. in ntirritlun I am flit';
paie, to look noin'e! 1 t
f ic'n An I have decl ir.-.l no
nc-, mint, n th" reclme of n.l
lr:i".oli inn n... it ii 'e. I" Iviroi :i
I ll'l'" l.f ll-.t'i itlnl, lie.-i , 'y l
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