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THE MORNING OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPtR WILL YOU WEAR A TRIANGLE TODAY? FINAL EDITION VOL. XIV, NO. 58. TULSA, OKLAHOMA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1911). 14 PACES PKICE 5 CENTS. w m -av.x'w wgm- mcr m a m r i - . 11 im m m t ww mm mmr .a"" -w -m aw". m mr -taaaw -sv 1 1 i MEXICO DECIDES TO MAKE REPLY Tarerio (lets Information of lnU-niion on u. o. Note. CAPITAL AWAITS WORD tt'.chini'Mn SUM wunour. Official Answer Jenkins Still Held in Prison'. y - mt m DEFER TO COURTS w , . - Rccomnnniiation of Foreign Office to Delay JJntil Ihri.sion Rejected. LARKIi. Texas. Nov. 24 While (hi Mexican foreign omce rms givsn q opinion that the Warrant gov ernment should await action by the Mutn courts In the Consul Jen kiM in" before finally disposing of ,k. mtter the government haa do- tided 10 answer the American note .rUm: tha case, according to in- fnrmxlloh received Mexico City. hero today from WASHINGTON. Nov. 24 There vti no "n touay Hum uw ..... ran xoverntnent In answer to the nturp nmi from the elate doport intnt demanding the Immediate re .u of William O. Jenklna. Amerl eontulnr agent at Puebla. Wall for Itcply. All ilny official walled for a note flier thought might he handed them Pr the .Mexican rmbaaay here. In l,ir of reirri Sunday night that long rlupateri relating to the Jen tint ce had reached tha efiibaaay from Mexiio City. But there was no reply and not it... i.i.m.iinn ihui i h a Mexican lf.ru an i"""101"' ...iMmmi hud nreoared it answer. tn far ai the slate department waa able lo learn. Jenklm atlll wan elrk nd In the Mexican penitentiary on ttiirtm that he had conspired with rebel bandits who kidnaped him and forced him to pay a renaoir of ap miliriaiely 1110,000. Ths department wa In constant enmmunlcatlon today with the Amer- k ambiuuiy In Mexico City and waa advised thai the cabinet naa nis fmti the American not" arid railed Governor Cabrera into conference te larding It. Governor Cabrera la a brother of Luis Cabrera, secretary of the treasury In Carranxa'a cabt net. and known to be one of the moot bitter anti-Amerlcana In tycx- Carranu R k. Prenldent Carrunia has found the itiiauon lo he ao acute that he haa returned to Mexico City from Quere la to lake part In the conalrtcra tion of the Jenkins case, reporta to div uld. Mexican officials have caused re- poru lo be circulated that the rov trnment was amply Justified In hold lng Jenkins. No report hs baen made (o ihia government or fls repreaenta tltea however, aa to the nature of ihe eldence on which the Ameri- kjan fnniilar auont was locked up a Jfond time. Xlneaand Malnti-ruiiww of Way lUtf Worken, Agrrw on ConlrWX 8 Hov Raaia Day ltaillnirl. WASJIlNaT'N, Nov. 24 A new ! and worklnn agreement waa Wnei lnAtv between the rall rjad idmlnistratlon an4 officials of Jn Brotherhood of Maintenance of T Emjilnyes and Hallway Shop Ubsrera. While demands of the mon er not fully met, the eight w baatc day waa established for tnvk laborers and olheri of that lulflration, and time and a half Hv fr th,it hour, was provided "t of the other employes Included JW th are. inent will receive 'mi i Md a half overtime pay after it Brura, "waing of the new contract by 'tor Oenera; nines ended nego JJM which have been In prog- Aiinroximaieiy Iu ' :' "n are affected, railroad Titration officials estimated. eontrirt also Provides that It J''' apprM,r during the period IL,?1 -"n!-ol of the roada. un- m RATE Zluu New York. Sonth. IUIIrtui, Announce. -Si''-'TrNov. 24 -ne-"Hna.1. ''''nrt fflht rate. hi ','Mn'1" of hlP.er. and tlir prime Importance to til- ror" nd the Mlaetlaalppl l ffi. """"'"'"'I at the gen her. . "fthern rail- "In,!T,V,r,fN whl,h '"'I Porta . r1r aouth- fr. '"Joyed by New 0lu M . rr"or "'" f 'he .,. ,n 'hlo-Pennsyl- mr. .!.''. 'o he Mlnslselppl ate rtW-LV "outh Atlantic anrj to gulf ports Two I -I'M I A Nov. 2 Hoh. rK'llfan ncamaarf -UPC! 5 tii, have been a, I(k-:r drowned lodav li'over.a ,TJ". nv' not yet "rail-j . Th l,!ane waa towed Delphi. navy yard. Trial of general Angeles Is Begun i " u' v-.7t--r---;-' p - -. ' "i ... .jv f-;'--; Jl'ARKZ. McxIpo. Nov. 24. He- Herat. nir hie ir.mlty to rrcsidenl , v arranza. nui expreaauiB onruience that Jimilce kiii l.o ineiel out to him, tlcneral h'ellpa Atmoles. the Villa lender inpturid recently ne.ir I'arral. 'lilliiiuhua, was brouKhr (o trial bcfiare. a court-martial at Chi huahua CUV to.'uy. The hearing will last at leant tl.ree or four days. II waa aald. Three thousand tickets to the trial wero waned hi lieneial Manuel M. I'leiruex. commander of military op- erativna In northern Mexico, accord ing lo a report brought hare lonlxht by n newspaper man of Chihuahua City. M'ADOO AGAINSf RAISE Think Minora Oniflil to Have Mncfl I'ay Hut la Aaalnat Iflirlior (m1 Itii-p lri)ft Exorbitant. NFTW VOKK. No. 24. In a tele gram to Kuel Adiiilnlstralor Oar. field, Former H'-cretary of the Treas ury William i. M'-Adoo declared that Increased wages should b granted the striking coal miners. McAdoo rxprtaaed "grave doubt" as to the Justification of the opera tors In raising the price of coal to the public. Me sad he had heard reports from Washington that the miners were willing to acrept the wage Increase recommended by Sec retary of Iahor Wllaon hut (he oper ators were holing back unlit they could learn from (he fuel administra tion how much of the Increased wage coat could he saddled on the public through the rise in thn price of coal. McAdoo declared lhat for the last few years many mine owners have mode "allocking and Indefensible" profits In coal. In unme Inatancce. ho stated, those profits ran un aa high as 2.000 per rent McAdoo urged that the coal opera tors be not permitted to increase the price 4f coal. Saves Woman's Life,.., and Receives $169,000 in Will 2 Years Later YOT'NC.STOWN. Ohio, Nov. 24. Elmer Kllrklnger of Columbia, Ohio, today la 1UJ.OO0 richer be causn he saved the life of a Mont gomery, Ala., woman two years ago. Klleklnger. while a private m the 37th (Ohio national guard) dlvlalon In training at Camp Sheridan, rescued the woman In a runaway accident. Today he was notified by an agent of the Co haaaet Iron Mining Co. that by the woman's will, leases of min ing rights on lands near Montgom ery had been given to him. , Expect Ex-Emperor's Trial To Start Early Next Year at London LONDON. Nov. 2 5. The IlrlU lah government expects trre trial nf former Kmperor William o( Uermany lo begin In London early In the new year and is completing arrangements, says the Mall, which adds that aa soon as the allies have ratified the treaty a united re quest for the surrender of the erst while emperor will be presented lo Holland. "There Is no room for doubt that the request will be compiled wiih." Ihe newspaper says Itatlflcatlon of Ihe treaty Is confidently ex pected In a few weeks. Pioneer Telephone and U. S. Buildings "Sell" for $300 More than 2nn lota In Ihe rity of Tulsa were sold by the county treasurer yesterday on the opening day of the reaalo tax sales anlho rlxed hv the session laws of HIS t nder this law. as generally un derstood, the holders of tax 'Hies at the resale of properly, against which taxes of more thin two years delinquency have been as sessed, the holder will have valid title against the properly. Among Hie lota and Improve ments sold yesterday was the post office building, nxiiich under this law i ame Into possession of i 'hnrles Kvans. who paid U'.'.U on a s.-w.-r lax levied eitilnst the property In lull J F. h rt:g..n. an attorney, purchased the Pioneer telephone building at 1'ourth atreel and but TV0 IN AIRPLANE DROP NEAR DEATH "Sky Pilot" and His Com panion Uadly In jured. SHIP FELL 400 FEETi ReV. R. T. Crawford and Carl Dickeraon Perhaps Fatal ly Hurt in Smashup. PLANE IS A TOTAL WRECK Preacher Had Planned to Carry the Gospel Thru Air to Sinners. Hev. L T Crawford an, Carl I'lckHon, nolh of I'urlland. mo., ar loualy Injured al the Curtlna field ui 2 o thick .Monday afiertumn when Iheir plane; fell 40 fc.t in a mil spin, were r ported aa having inance ot lire at the hospliala In which they were taken immediately following the accident. I'lckHon appears to lie tlui most erlouly Injured as he la buffering from a fracture, fckull. It vtaa re ported from the Tulsa hnepil.il laM night thai hla condition la vei critical. The Oklahoma hospital re purled Crawford to be realitiK ax well as could be expected. lie ih suffering from a broken leg, concus sion of tne brain und Internal Inju ries. Crawforj and l ilckaon, w ho are connected with the work of the Apostolic church In Cortland, came to Tulni annieadaya ago and pur chaac,! a new i.iriolo machine for use In Ihelr work on thn coast. Tiny expected to return In it afur the) had become familiar with Ha oper ation. The machine waa ilecorated with the words, "Tlio .k I'llot." and a croaa and crown painted under Its wings. It was practically a total wreck. It was Iteverend Crawford's Inten tion to use the machine In reaching' logging camps and other out of the way placea not served by railroads where he could preach the gospel. ROM E D EWS O PEN I NG Confiudori In Clortlon ltd urns Cauam riwlMtniment of I'nxlla- lIM'llt. ROM K. Nov 24.--The re-openlng ' of Ihe chamber nf deputies has been postponed for a few days This has been made necessary by delays con nected with the election fonnalltlos The work of aacertalnmg the of ficial results of the elections Is so complicated that It Is feared It will not be fnlshed before I'ccomhor 1 In this case the re-openlng of par liament will be postponed a few days. ; Uumors of Ihe wildest character rega-rding Ihe possibility of a aerlous crlais Involving not only Ihe cabinet but aleo the regnlng house of Italy, are In circulation as the opening ot Parliament approaches. APPOINTMENT DUE SOON Prrwldeiu W III nil Calami and IHi lomallo YaoarHlc (Jiili-My. WASHINGTON. Nov 34 - Several appointment to ihe cabinet and the diplomatic corpa are to be made soon by President Wilson. Culilnet positions lo be filled are a secre tary of the treasury to succeed Car ter (Jlaas, and a secretary of com merce to succeed William C Ite.l fleld. both resigned. It wma slid al the while house today lhat the presi dent: mind w;m still open on these appointments. Diplomatic represen tatives lo be selected inrlude an am haasador to Italy to succeed Thomas Nelson Page, and ministers to China, Hwltxerland, The Netherlands. Com 'a Idea, Salvador-end Slam. II has been reported In official circles here lhat (larrelt Dropp'rs. American minister to Greece, was to resign, but It wan said a! the slate department that If be planned to retire his Intentions had not been made known officially. miCAtiO MAS (HIMK WW I. Holdup". Anl Thrfta anil ristl j Duels and Snfo llhmlng CHICAGO, Noy. 24 - - "hlcago's wildest orgy of i t line continued to day without a sign of abatement Thlrty-slx holdups. Jx automobile thefts, three pl:nl battles, and nu merous safe blowings were reported to the police, i no hun Ired and thutv atrests have iiren made. Including niany dangerous criminals ton avenue for !..) and this pur chaser also haa lax tHIc lo the lot and building of Ihe Public S. rvue corporation. Klral and Denver avenue, which tje purchased for im. County i fflclaht are uncertain an lo what real lltle lh resale yes's In the purchaser. In the older states such titles are held by the courts lo be valid regardless of the amount paid for Ihe properly. This la the fust lime in Oklahoma that such titles have been sold and It Is conjectural as to what inter pre;allons the courts will pin upon Ihe purchase of such titles Several thousand lots in Tulsa count are si heduled for sile bv the count V treasurer during the af terDuona t Ihia week. Store Owner Flees When Ville IMatte Talks of Lynching II. I. K I'LATTi:. I.a . Nov It !uff Martin, owner of the gro cery an. I r hi 1 in a tit In w'lilih the fjle el. lite 1 thai CaUHcd Lie dentil of .'N pete tfia 111 a siiimpede tr"in a d.in e hail on the iu" ond floor of I In. ) I UI i n K SaMirday niR.'it could i)"l he found today Minis of ly n.-li I n K liail l.een runioied ainong relatives of tin dead, v llo heard lllal Maillll hid allnue.l I lie file lo liurn 30 ininiiles before giving the aiarni. iicci'iding lo T. Ash lock, editor of the llle I'l.tiie i.a xettiv I in ctlKallnn by the slate flte luarslial's office aii'l hv IHstrict Allot nev It. l ee li.irland of iipe Ioiih.ih. as to whether the disaster Has ilue In criminal iickIikciick Mill lie sialic! at once, it. i or. ling lo mi wanes ricelvel by oi al au lliotliics today i if the dead only six were men. Twenty-two were women and chil dren, seven lies than I o' yeara of age The fire originated. It waa de clined hv local iitithoi IIO h loilav, In Mho tear of Martin's grocery when "liodo" III ikiim'', a buy of I'.' years, attempted In fill a lighted oil slove. and because "f bin bail cvx!ght, accidentally pound the o i on the flame. Men who were pl.iying cards near the stove. It Is sai.l, o 1 1 oi ti p r c.l to con ttol Hie flHiii'f and fought them for half an hour before oiilHldeig were aware the fire Was raging on the ground floor of the lo story wooden building. COUNTY ATTORNEY SCRAP AT AN END All Differences Wiped Out at Hand-Shaking Conference Monday. TO BE GIVEN HELP New Prnserutors Will Named When Commit tee Meets Kridny, The meeting last night of the al lied civic committee, attended' by Tom Munroe. cnunly attorney, waa a regular hand shaking, well-wish ing, hnufiuet-tlrowlng affair al which Hip halehet thai for three weeks has been so recklessly brand- 'she 1 w as biirlt-d It w aa the flrsl lime in many weesa mar .ininrnn agreed with Ihe Civic club Bod that the Civic club agreed with Munroe. With all of the wrinkles In the d' agreement platform Ironed out It finally was decided that the appoint ment of special Investigators and prosecutors would bn put over until next Krll.iv night when the commit tee and Munioe, working In har mony, will select Ihe men lo aid In the prosecuiton of automobile thieves Abandoning the note writing pro gram which had almost reached the epidemic stMKc II was found, when the tun faction came face to face, that their differences were not hope. Ia Members n' Die civic body out lined Ihelr vh ws ntji Munroe out lined )is Thev were so similar lhat there was no chance for a disagree ment. Iliilbs who furnished the pnnrev bond and et ir ed one .f ihe inert lent scraps of Its kind In many months still la at large according lo Ihe word brought buck to Tulsa yester day by Deputy pherlfr fturnetf. Iltir nett had been In various sections of Texas for the lust in days looking for llubbs mist (until, iMPiit rsi:. Sonlliorn Publishers irr-o Thai Drnaile SJess Musi lie Taken. ItlKMINcfl M, .Ui, Nov The Southern Newspaper Publishers' association, meeting here to consider the white paper problem, aureed lo dav that consumption iuum bo cur tailed If the smaller newspapers are to survive, but thai II wa a local problem A cmii rn 1 1 iri' was appointed to draft resolutions for cnsiil. Tallon tomorrow. When You Drink Java This' Morning It Will " He One Dime Per Cup Kolli. 1 1 . ii i a esi 1 1 1 1 . I ,i r ior.s on Mil : ' - II of llfi t tide Of the the l. nil in lal-I'CH- l.biior (Oklahoma brew) "art Milk, 22c a oiiarl. 4 offi-o Wo s-r nip. When tvii i- it coff.-e.'ind sinkers this tiioi nimr ihe nnii-i n'husiae' i" lut'iid will i "is one dime p.'r small cup . The rcs'.iur.iut owneis niv lhat the linre'i.ed cost of siia.ll. cii.i'.ii and coffee make the pt 1 hike necess.iiy THE WE AT II Ell I TU.H IIV! . No ;i Wit in im. ?. e , nuf iT'im 41 n'i'h s ii tl. ilk 1. 1 MUM lur..'.! . .. i l ei'lrr '-"'.t vi. I, l .4r a 1 11 - t.r r. ! in( li. VVr'bi'lv nwrf-cr v 1-1 relli.j fi r ri ibr iutheM noih J l.lil s A V I T i"rt n-i 'I trrfit'-r.ciri . VI -1 1 't y i inn 't T, ".-t -it eei. -f -.-t in i'miI-ps.! (orlinr AllK .W-'lS 1u-f.li) ml U .lntt1r I rl...av reM-r i r r 1) X 4S: T..1 ilo iil ! IS t iir'h ih Mmll W f'lc-.itftv r.i' Her ' d. j Ip.e'-lt.'l ''"s,ft n ..mil H.ftm'i r -T I I S 1 I. r'i 1 '..Mr r n . f i.o. 1 1 li . ..M w r - 1 ii t.i-lr si'h I -m i 11 ?- I., in fr- 1 ifii' VV r lii. iln, 'in -lii.-r -i'-,'t . P,i....t'. , KI.J1S I'll''. . ,..:.! Ob . ! t 1 ru-vlei . W.d. r.ti I. r a-nl n.,iit Iv ftrot g lio.'thwitt s.tiJa. IO j lie.r. RADICALS STRIKE AGAINST HEARING Fifty-Nino at Kllia land Refuse to At tend Sessions. Is- ',AAMT dad DCMnm Demand Freedom of Action When They Have Visitors Promises I'.rokrn. COMMITTEE STATUS PROBE ConjrrvHsmen Inquire Into Method ant) Laxity in Watching: Aliens. NKW Ymuk. Nov. "4. Hfly-nlne radicals went on strike againat at tending their depot latino hciirlnns at i:ilis laland today (mil forced ihe liearliiKa lo be sllspeiiileil. dcsite the presence of the housr l:unn;i.i. tlun commilteo whli h Is Ini eHtlg.il Ing the w hole deiioi tallon ..probl.-m They struck to have an lion barrier removed when they have visitors. The commute a.lviaed Cnmmla sloner llyrnn II I hi to use force If necessary to compel the next men scheduled for healing lo attend, holding he bad auiriclenl authorlly under Ihe Inierpi elation of the law by Ihe I tilted Mtatra supreme court The commissioner sent to the deten tion cage for Nicol.il Kuiopain, who was arji'Sfeil In recent r.inl In Newark. There was no response from the cage and nobody at the laland knew which one of the men in the pen was Kuropiita The radl nils continued lo play handball and maniMllns and a few sang Ihe "In lernallonale while the Inspector In charge of the law division of Ihe Immigration service, Augustus I' Hhell, returned empty handed in re port to Mr. I hi and lo lh rommil Wants lo Know Who Is Hints, "Let's see whose running this Island, the defendants or Ihe of flclals." said Itepresentallve Itaker of California, a member nf Ihe com mittee, and forthwith the sergeant at arms brought In the counsel for the radicals. Isaak Schorr, who emi grated from Itussia In 1(04 and waa graduated from the New York unl verslty law school In 11.1. II waa about to leave the laland for Ibe mainland. At Ihe committee's re- piest he told his clients ihe Jaw re quired them to attend thel hear- tnga. All but seven of the M 45 segr" gsied radicals then reiterated thslr refusal to attend until the barrier was removed Mr I III Informed Hchnnr thai the Irnrf mesh would remain In place and announced that the deportation hearinga would be continued lumor row Just haw he would solve the puxzle of Identifying Ihe radicals he did not announce. Their cmiiisel pro feased not to know all of hla clients by sight. Word of the strike came lo Ihe rommittee when Mr. I'hl, questioned as to delavs In deportations and ap peals by Immigrants, was testifying as to Inadequate personnel and ae commndaUons Jle read the follow ing letter he had received Just after the law officers had concluded one deiportatlon hearing: Tlx lr I Itlmstnm. "Mr Chi, Dear Mr: In view of the fact lhat your promise and word which laaak Schorr, our attorney, brought over in us aa 10 the matter of visits, lo wit: That no Iron mesh or net or any olher barrier would be placed between us 11 nd our friends at the time, of their visit to ine Island, has been broken by someone, we believe bv your subordinates. "We. Ihe Inmates of room 20.1, de clare Hint we demand that you give us a personal guarantee undersigned by you to the effect that al no lime, neither during Ihe hearings nor afterwards until we are deport ed, shall any barriers be placed be tween us ant our friends at Ihe lime nf their visit "Kxpeeiing .111 Immediate answer we ehsll nfram from tin nut to bearings until said eat'sfaciory und Immediate answer shall r'ach us llespeelf ully "l oinmitlie of Itoiiin 20X, "M I Sohewesky, "l'eer p lliankey, "Arthur K etr.ue " M.tiilers of the committee said tl ey thought Klatikev was the brains of the strike, lie was arrested In Akron, nriio, In 1917, released on ll.fiOa ball and te arrested last month In New Vork. Mr I'hl tesllflid that seldom. If ever. was an Immigrant asked whether be had anarchistic views Nu k I it 1 mm 'tor. Shortage of medical Inspectors' made it Impossible to give a thor ough examination to I ntMirrants, Mr ! I hi testified He said lhat the In f-peetnrs usually examined four per-! sons a minute. Only a otie-tenth of. one per cent were rejected because' of disease he added ! "The Inspection of immigrants now is largelv a matter of checking; barn's and seeing that thev have; ill money lo yet to their deal I . 1 nailot a. be said ' ( 'oiuinlssionrr I'hl declared that; : he had been Iff mined bv the de-j partmetit of labor 1b.1t in a" 1 of con I Kress prevented tne w strti men with i"H" aril thai he equippe heavy night sticks 'u ltie prisoners Memb tlllttee decla I 'hit i.o such In w The be irmtt d. '. e'l Incoll.lbg pas-erirela arming of the I or i-'.idvers I l!,e-n with g ..i "I an it h. i rs of he I .im til" loll K of I' I 'hit im w b-.in ' e -1 . ! - pet f it,' '..i griyiii'ii pars- d wit .1 i 111 at ion. or if thev Ki . .. ..!,. I ' va :s ft i p re I e."tl-rd I l' f on l ted by i'gr. sein-u COAL SETTLEMENT PASSED TIJ CABINET LABOR DELEGATES!0 .1 I'rinrinlrs t liriruf FORM NEW PARTY Adopt Constitution and Convention Next Summer. WOULD IMPEACH JUDGE Movement Hcinin to Ask Con- - Kivsb to Move Ander son. Cllh'.VHO, Nov t'4 - Kepiesenta tlves of organfitcit labor who have been 111 s. selon here several days Planning a new national potloal paiiy, adopted a cuiihi It ul Ion and selected a name fur the movement lodav. The organization will be known Ihe labor parly of the l ulled States and Us objict will bn "lo aggalllxe ail hand and brain workeia f Ihe coiin't y In support the principles of a o 1 ) 1 1 1 1 11 1, woi lal an. Indtislrlal de niociucy" Women are 10 have equal 1 epresentallon will) men In the management of Ihe new pall). Trade unions, farmers uigaiiUa HoiiH, coopiiatlVa "bodies and all olher iiHH.il lat ions which subscribe lo the pilnciples of the parly are In- Uvllid U become afflUaled with Ihe w national political movement, i'he affairs of the organuatlnn I will be administered by a national comiiiiltee wlilciiwni elect a secre larv -1 1 ism er as Us executive of ficer. W III Hold Convention. The iieCpaily will hold a national 1 on v mi 1 ion 111 xt summer to nonil oitii cainllilaicH for president and vice plealdent. The cdiisiiiiilloii provides for Ihe Issuance of statu charters on pell 1 1 011 of five or more local branches The basis of representation In Ihe national conveniloii will be one dele-gate-al-larKe from each stale and additional delegates for every 400 of party membership from Ihe dif ferent slates. Members of ihe party will he asked lo contribute one day's pay to the ramiiulun fund next year. In addition lo Ihia. Ihe party will be financed by the levying of a month ly tax of from 5 lo 8IS cente on each member, Ihe member In Slate without party charter paying the maximum lax. , Among thn resolutions adopted were: Would Inipoacll Alulormill. I' or Ihe Impeachment of l ulled S'atea DiNirlcl Judge A. II. Anderspn of Indianapolis by congress for his action In granting the governmeni a liianilaloi y Injunction ordering Ih tisclndliig of the coal miners Piotesilnu against the masi sirlke. icre of Jews In the I kralmnd other Kuro pean countries. Application nf the principle of Ihe Inlflatlva and lefrrendum 1 to national leglslai ion. (or the lelease of Kugene V Didis Kate Hlchnrda ollare, Carl lagcs'slcr "d l.o(ll) olher political and industrial prisoners Kor Ihe repeal of Ihe espionage law and all other repressive acta paawil by congress during Ihe war. l or Ihe revision of thn army court martial laws Demanding a new lrls for Tim ma Moonev and Warren K Hillings The delegates cheered for sevural mlniHes when Jack Mooniy. a brother of Thomas Mooney, In a speech, said that former District At torney I' lckerl or Man r ranctsco nao been stricken with paralysis Chaliman Max llaya caused some excitement by announcing that a ron of bills containing I'liO had been found In the hall bv a delegate who turned It over lo htm lo rind tne owner ir the money 1 iwi ciann.-.i bv ihe owner It will be turned inio the campaign fjind.of the parly Claremore Failed to Wake When Fame Knocked at Door ly S'aff Correspondent, CLAK1 M 'l'K. okla. Nov. !. I'laiemore hi. fluted wiih fame too often to let the possibility that William (aillsie. bandit, waa a . i-,ir 1 1, -re Kurd IV III any W Ise 'dl'urli 111" pl.v ldi'.v of th" P'ace When a Win Id opt eacniauvu Inquhcd of Sheriff John Green today wh it lo knew eh"Ul the VIH'I of the i fi aped convict, that dluiiltarv . il i'l impure I who the lb. siibie t "f onveraitlon was. and. when to: I. -aid he had never beaid niivtlili k ah ml Ibe case The next eource of information ...... .red III he the . hb'f of pllllie. John Thiirman. and chief bad read aboit Willi the ibe tram r. to erv In vommg he ha I no knowledge lh P farlisie w is i .en re - eupp' sc.! I ii I. a v e Per n In 'I At It.' I ff.i t of tfie ee'em ii afiiger. Mrs Will- Col-n. the man. siid Hie nfflie t h i t a o men i a roe in , ... 'i-r d i v and sent some .d"ii"ific 'lii' one waa lc ess. I gei to The Wood bn' she letus-d to ' ale wlore 'he otl'er was dlreet , t .ii,, r, al e I that they were dn.. io roi.lnr un'f'irios and d's'ir-ed oti- -s medium hc shl and the other sboit 1 ei'er 1. 1 k awaited 'he reporter ,i . ,. y. ,(!'. I lb lui'l l w h' re 'be , , I j... V Pll we teealle I two ,, , i, ,i.. 111 k'likt who a-ked fi-i t.bciipl blinks not lift Im d ,f . i r.itig tlielr Tn- n en re desc, t 1 ed I i,. i .ii.iiii c, li.vi lc r k . I - - - - - . -- - - - - -r Knd to Coal Strike WASHINGTON, Nov. 24. The five principle annoiinged by Doc tor Hatfield to sell la Ihe sirlke situation follow : "r'ltsl -Tim public must not be aakeil to pay moie than It Is now paying for coal, unless It I nec essiiiy lo d so in order (o provide reasoiuible wages lo Ihe mine woikets and a reasonable profit (o the operators "Second The arrangement en tered lulu between the nperators, the mine wolkeis and the fuel ad minlMti iitlon with Ihn sanction of the president of the Putted Stales III October, 1917. waa Intended in rq oh I lie the wanes of all classes of mine workers and to be suffi cient lo rover the period of (he war, but not beyond March 31, IK20; hence ihe only Increaae In cost of living which can now be considered Is Ihe Increase above lhat provided for by Ihn average Increase In 1917, thai 1 lo V, Ihe average total Increase In pay over tha 1911 base, which waa Ihe base considered In HIT, should not exceed Ihe present average In crease In Ihe cost of Hvlpg over the same base. It la also to be considered lhat the cost of living will fall rather than rise during, the next few years "Third -Th maximum prlcea fixed by Hi governmeni on coal were calculated In Increase pro duction of coel for war purposes. Coal waa basic and Ihe Increase imperative The publlo might not to be eaked to pay. and will not now pay, Ihe Increaae over nor nisi profits then allowed for Ihe purpose of stimulating production. "Courth Any Increase In wage now arrived at 011 Ihe haala nf Hie foregoing principles should he borne by the operators or the public or both, any may be deter mined by Ihe application nf. these principles, end should take effect as of Ihe dale when Ihe men re turn lo work. "Klflh The needs of the United Slates are not alone to be con sidered: Kurope la In desperate need of cna) and should have lhat we can spare." all COAL MINES TO RUN Governor Ilolcrton Ha (Vynvlot Will n l aexl In Miafta. Br Th AiMUIa Press. rikl.AIIOMA CITY. Nov. 24. Operation 0$ coal mine which was recently discontinued on th ial nrleon farm al McAlesler, Okla., saaln will he resumed with conviri labor on Tuesday or Wednesday, Gov. J. II. A. Hoberuon announced today. I'unvlrli, sent Into the mine two week g" war withdrawn upon representation by United Mine Workeie' officials, who ara said to have Intimated union miners would return lo work If the convicts were withdrawn. ' According lo Governor Hobert son office, no action haa lnr bee taken toward working the mines, order lo again ue convict labor In these propertied have been for warded to Warden Fred Swltger of the McAlrater penitentiary. DEMOCRATS MEET JAN. 8 In mm logs Insure fall for Comrta t- lc to Select Convention tlty. WASHINGTON. Nov. 24 The democratic national committee and the women's associate committee were called by National Chairman Cummliigs today to meet here Janu ary n to fix a time and place for the national convention next year. It was lbs opinion of the clerk that the men .II I not leave Clare mote on a 'rain, as the message lo Tie World was limed at 1 11 and ibe IYiS' o to Tulsi leaves tbeie at It .10, while the next train out, on the Iron Mountain, doe not leave until 7 2 3 The theory advanced tonight by Ihe lloaers county sleuths la lhat, the two men were driving an au tomobile, that thev remained In the city Jus' Ion enough to send telerr.iioH. ant. owing to the fot lhat i laremoies doew not, habit ually, pav a'rniloii tn stranger ativway, Ihe I andi's may have vis lied Iheni wl'h'oit their know ledge The sheriff sees no reason wb.v there nh uld be any fuse over Ihe fact ihat a Wyoming bsndlt Shonid v l-lt the p!a'"e so long ail ( OM'IM Kl UN PICK TWO Don't Miss Adv. Club Frolic KKNNKDY HKSTAI HANT TI LS , NOV. ;s, 11:10 P. M. I:anquet. Singing, Glea Club, Iist i f Stunts, F ull nf Surprises, pep m l .la?. Souvenirs, Dance If oll like onlv looiii f.-r limited number of imiples. TH kets going f ist. Chore r G'llse, ('sage ll.'J for reservations. If Members Disagree President Will Be Asked to Decide. LIVING COST IS CRUX Contenders Cannot Agree on Amount on Which to Base Wage Advance. 60 INTO MINE PROFITS "Owners, or Public, or Both, to Bear Burden" Declares Garfield. WASHINGTON. Nov. 24 Settle menl of Ihe controversy over a new wage agreement In the bituminous coal Industry tonight awaited action by president Wilson's cabinet. Purl Administrator Garfield, speaking to (he joint wage scale committees of operator and miners, announced principle which hav "governed'' him and hi associate, hut different ..Interpretation were placed on Ita varlnu brovlslons by Ih worker and the mlna owners In Informal discussion after the meet ing Dr. Garfield railed the miner and operator together after a long con ference with Attorney General Pal mer, Director General Illnes and A, slgtant Attorney General Ames. Gmw Ui tit hi net. At the meeting of th cabinet to morrow a definite decision of polioy regarding all phase nf the strike situation Is expected, and If Ihe cabi net I In disagreement tha whole question may be put before the pres ident. Owing lo th disagreement which had arlaen aa to tha amount of the Increaae In the cost nf living and con sequently the per rent of wage ad vance needed tn meet higher living cost, great significance waa at tached to Dr. Garfield declaration that "tha average total Incises In pay over Ih 1111 bsse, which was th bae ronaldered In HIT, anould not exceed the present Increase In th cost of living over th gam baae." "It la also to b conaldered that Ihe cost nf living will fart rather than rise during th neat few yeara' he added. Operator! construed this state ment as In conflict with tha conten tion nf Secretary Wilson that miner should be given a II per cent wag advance to equalise the margin be tween present wage and a 7( par cent rise In living cost since 1114. Publlo Will Not Pay. Pointing out ttiat wartime coal price 'were fixed for the purpose nf stimulating production, Dr. Gar field declared lhat the public would not now pay the Increase over nor mal profits allowed during Ihe war. Hla further statement that any wage Increaae should be "borne by the op erators or the public or both." was taken generally to mean that part of, the advance must come out of the xcea profit of th mining com panies. Thomas T. Brewater, chairman of th operators, eaid that Dr. Gar field' pronounoeinant merely reaf firmed tha statement of the fuel administration before tha wage scale committees last week. "I do not know what It all means," was the only comment of John K Lewis, acting president of the United Mine Workers. When the coal situation come be fore Ihe cabinet tomorrow sharp dlf ferencea of opinion between eome members la expected. A report circulated among the operator and discussed by them at a meeting after Ihe withdrawal of Dr. Garfield and the miners, that Mr. lwls hsd accepted the princi ple enunciated by the fuel admin istrator, waa denied by Mr la-wls. "I cannot accept anything I do not understand." Mr Lewis said, "but I do construe the tatement aa a Justification of ihe figure submit ted by Secretary Wilson." MORI; PLANTS MI ST , CliOS.; DOWN WHIN nilCAOO, Nov. 24 With many Industrial plans In the mid west on the veige of being added lo the list of concerns forced to rlose through lack of coal, production of fuel In bituminous regions today showed a decrease In comparison with Satur day, the 22nd day of the miner's strike. Peport from District No. 17 Pnned Mine Workers, In West Vir ginia, showed a drop of more than S per cent In production. Several large mine dij not open, due to the refusal of the miner lo return t" work, and II Is thought that the ac tivities of the radicals caused the men to remain away from Ihe pll. I'nion officials made effort Pi per suade the employes of the mines to -ecnnslder their declnb.n. The miners In th Hherldm, W yo., district held meetings tonight and voted to return tn work on Tuesday morning thus ending the one-day 'strike In Oklahoma, Gov. J. It A. ' Itobertaon announced 'hat opera itlon of the coal mines on the slate Ipileon farm at McA.ester, recently 1 liscontlnued. will be resumed Tue i day or Wednesday. I In la " county. a . where Governor 'Divis called out five companies of s'a'e 'ro.'ps when radical miners started f:rlt g on it'll''" returning to work, quiet preval'ed. The tronpe were stopped at lloanoke unj will be held t'ore pending wrd from the governor, who Is p. vea'.lgallng conditioin in Let ci'uii',a, 1 .