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THE MORNING OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER A NEWSPAi EK l"UK FINA L EDITION CIVIC PRIDE, THE HOME A GREATER TULSA VOL XIV, NO. 61' TULSA, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, NOVKMIJKR US, 11U0 1G PAGES PRICE 5 CENTS. CAPITALSILENTflN MEXICO No Comment is Made On Refusal to Liber- ate Jenkins ANSWER IS RECEIVED Text of Note Is Formally Delivered to Washing ton Officials. NEW ANGLE DEVELOPED Mut Determine Whether Civil Prosecution Is in Good Faith. YVASHIVITi N, Nov. 27. Mexico haa replied nh argumentative ditomaiK refusal lo the Arnerhiin rmrrnriieiii demand for the Imme diate release of William O. J-uikln.i, the consular agent Imprisoned at PUfl'U. The official unto wai delivered here toikiy hut not made purillo. Therr in no reason lo doubt that It tfree iih thi' ropy pven out la: msht by ihe Mexican consul general It Kl I'llsa. So comment waa forthcoming to Uiiilratu how thu state U iiui r t merit r'fJiili the answer lo what wan con-ii't'-rt'd mil' "f the sharpest -va.-nitig 7et Mat lo MrxH'o. anil neither wan there any Indication of what tho government's next step would ho. The Mexican reply, which, accord ln to ItH text was irt ire.l ut tho OVecitun of ri udfiil Oirrunia, ar fue In tli( main that the. Mexican inveniment "annol order the release of a prisoner win1' hH mao !a diuier ifl;i. ilna'ioti ii ;li evil courts if one of li.i :, and contends that 'he American government dRinand fur the consular agent a release hud no foundation or precedent In the international luw. New Angle Opcnrd. Home new angle of the Mexican 'teapolnt nn the Jenklnn cane, hith erto unpublished In the I'ntted State are revealed. The tendency of the Mexican argument la to separate the Jenkins rase Into two phage: first, the situation in which tho consular rent wis kidnaped by handlta and hM for ransom, uml l.iHt, hla uh equent arrest and lmprni"Ument by the civil authorities ijj Tui'lila on charge nf llavlnf.iflonnlved', with the bandit ff ' The note nt hnd deal with the, latter cst exclusively. It points out that Jenkins wt firt held under! wnei si known tnr'thc Mexican penal forte u "prevrrrjv Imprisonment." Thu proviamn enver a situation In hlrh a person Is suspected of com plicity In a criminal act. Ho subse- .Qiently was held tinder a provision revering "formal" Imprisonment. hifh under the Mexican penal code applies wln n a inittiwtrute believes is e'niii H'ni etiiienre to estuh lih thai a crime him lieen commit ted ' The alienation against Jenkln Ik !ht he signed conflicting statements r'frillng lua kidnaping and there fore waa k ullty of faiifylng Judicial declaration." licfllK I HvcgS The note aN Jenkins bus oppor tunity lo i . l.-HBa on t all .n the 'Jn of i.cmiq prso, the equivalent to -J In American money, If rock i In cm richer than Mexican banknotes and that Jenkins Has re 'wi to rmUI hlnm.'If of It, allhouKh d l"'"-n reeneHted to (In en. K' .illli K that Mexican uoiiNiila In h t'nitci stnte, hive heen Impi -and that Mexico hua ri-vcr M the Tinted Statea In waive . rl law in their caaen, the no'e rc mrk" that -tlie Mexican Kovcrrr.iont cannot ponce, te to American ciiirerm more riKh ii than Mexicans eniuv In fluted S'alea The Mexirim n,,te npena with the 'rratinn that Hie fiim!.U!ip f r Ameria, cuvi riimeni deinaml f'habiy 'lrtn only he the p 1 t of foun'ry licit make. It," ,,nd a - -ju, rj-mn or a lonn leal argu "r,t lln hope tint Oie "" l"f,uiment will withhold Its r-tfment n,, the l,.nkina .in, II "Vii .cirtu "l'n it In I'ncblif have K'-lcane iM-ntawliil. 'n the m.'M li...i.. . . ..... Partnu-n; rot on'v Hn, , i.i.i , (, ''m4ta'e n. !.... ".e .... i.... --. -i, uiii lu-iicr uintca- s n "'e cmi.nilar uv'en' would t. r-Utiotia tietweeii the tw i 'jn'rln i,, A precartniia point. Aa ..' "l'"1 to one kl.limpin.t Clone "f anr,th,.r j,mih- urr.-M nd aK1"""""' 1 " 11 "n'rxna mr.rt..r, '"ceiled" thl mvern wT!Slf, on pu;K ftll'hjTF.KS H0LD FIFTY-TWO RADICALS . - "iri. A( s ,rriUn ..a Vaal M. , -n and , ro TsJxem Hi MiPrtfl ii o' ' " ,,rM ln ,nc conn'y tx-JL . rlJ5 Pending an Inveitl- t ,v'" n Wyom- . " ;y ,,"'lr i'"rl ln l i t 'i" of nitnera ln.Vh Shrri- "i r' "ot and their tM ma le by the "h.rirf and -"rv'i , " '"'y authorltle, at ( ar- "I'hn i . 1 ' ,n pf'as i.- Lie- riv"'! ,:s. ,. .' ' r -iieir arrest " i "'eeivuie v, t..,i t re- no are charged With i "'a cf 'l:rVy ,r,a Wtrk L' tiea'.h. Italy Gives Promise to Stop D'Annunzio on Dalmatian Coast By The Aiaorialail prem MAHKl,, Nov. ;-7 dlxpatch from lli'larade dated , ovi'ln her 1! .'. Iihh been received l,y the 1nihach (Aiiatrla) corri-Hpondeiit huiciu atJitlmt that the lialian Kverti lurnt haa Informe I th" nmern -nient of JiiKO-S.nvi.i that Italy would ohaerve the d n I at o n reached by the 1'arle peace con ference with regard to the Dalma tian quratlon and would I tee If prevent any attempt In the direc tion nf Hpalata by (iahrlele d'Annunclo. RAIL MEN WANT NEW CONFERENCE Cleveland Session Decides To Ask for Another Meeting. NO STRIKE VOTE TAKEN Loe Says No Such Action Ordered at Meeting to Ccn sider Wage Offers. ri.KVKI.ANP, flhlo, Nov. 17. The meeting of 600 general chair men of tlio four great t rnllroal brotherhood, which convened here luat Monday to consider nn offer from Iilreptor flnpral of lluilroadit Walker I. Ilincs of time and one- half for overtime In alow freight wirvice, provided all arlutriirlea and Hpecla) allowancea were eliminated, ended late today with the adoption of a resolution to send H committee representing each of the four or ganisations, Including the four chiefs, to Washington confer with Mr. llines on the offor. The committee has full power to accept or reject the offer. A telegram haa heen Rent asking for a conference Tuesday, Decem ber i. The convention accepted Mr. Mines' other offer, the proposed held-away-from-terminii!" rule. which means that pay of trnlnt and enltie crews wl!l automatically etart nt the expiration of 16 hours from the time of release at away-from- home terminals. I No Mrlke vn'e was taken or or- I dered during the conference, accord - ' Ing to W. U Ire, prcsldcrii of ttiej Hrotherhood or Itallroid T "hlnmen. PLAN TREATY BATTLE Ilimicnr-U to Sop I'Ttdcnt on Satur day to Omnlilcr liituro Cnurve t onic I Mnmlat. VASH,fiT()N, Nov. 27. -- The question of peace will he given Im mediate. coliNlderAtl'in by the senate when It reconvenes on Monduy. Adrnlnlsfrntlon leaders eald today they were pri'pare,l to usk for Im mediate action on either 'he peace treaty or the Lodge rcNol.ittnu de claring the war at an end. Itepuhllran leaders aie expected lo attempt to atop any emch move ment for many senators have gone to their homes and will not ho hack next week and the leaders have promised there will ho no octlon un til the full membership Is present 'resident Wilson Is desirous of Immedtito. action Senator Hitch cock has been summoned to the white honeo and " Saturday h" will confer with the j, resident and the future course of the administration will be decided upon Great Disturbance Is Caused by Gigantic Meteor in North Ry Intarnatlcnal Newa Nrrxire Cltli'AtKJ. Nov. 27 Telegiaph and telephone communication and electric lighting plants In Bevcr.il cities In southern Michigan lind nnrlhein Indiana are out of com mission today a a result of ,i re ntal kuh.x phenomenon. believed by tvetal scientists to have been a gigantic meteor, which rushing earthward from the east, ap pear,! to dissolve aa II ap proached the earth near Athens, Mich , last night. The phenomenon la reported to have assumed various f rm In Its nice earthward, ranging from a Uiilllant Illumination to a he ivy rain. No reports h'd n n received nf any pieces of the suppos-d met-or actual. touching the ground The phenomenon was seen over Chicago by several per, us It was reporte) here shortly before o'clock. It appeared over tho bike and re-cmhled in appearance an extraordinary prnWrig. d f.a-h of he.it lightning Athens. Huttle Creek ml Three Oaks, Mich., report corsiderable d.imare to proprr'v At A'hens It Is said there wn an earth trembling listing for f illy two minutes accomp.mle I by a heavy turn arid winds'orm a bui I clap of thunder snd a flash of ltuht 'i sky of tor.g.-r ,1 ira'lon than lightning. At Iwv Por'e. Smith Mend. Kort Wayne, Warsaw and other Indiana points several win MUS" QWIHni P PDlW UIIIMUI.L. I IIUUL Facts Uncovered Warrant a Complete Investi gation. SEEK CONFIDENCE MEN Special Investigator Will l!o Put To Work Jiy County Attorney. SMALL FORTUNE IS LOST Aged Eufaula Farmer Bilked Out of $5,500 by Smooth Tulsa Dealers. An official Investigation of the swindling or W. II. Krvln, aged Kufaula farmer, out of 15,600 will be conducted by the county attor ney'B office, following the complete expose by The World Thursday morning, according to Tom Munroe, county attorney. "Judging from Information that 1 now have I believe a rigid Investiga tion Into the swindle is warranted." Munroe told The World list night. "The county attorney's office will employ a npcclul investigator uml be. ginning I'rlday morning every effort will be tun, lo to locate and arrest the men responsible for the swindling" While there were no unusual de-, velopments uncovered yesterday, lietectlvo Walter I ii'-kt and others Interested In the case obtained In formation which makes them more positive of the location of the build ing In which the fake alock ex change, game was worked. Pending the result of the Investigation by the county attorney much evidence thu.t has been uncovered will necessarily be withheld for a time Krvln came lo Tulsa November 1 to buy a rooming house. He was met at the Frisco station by a man who gave his name as J. W. fiatewnod. Later Charlie Hal! entered the game with ti.itewood. After Krvln had cashed a draft for $'i,r,AA Krvln wan "let In" on a gct-rlch-qulck scheme, liatewood and Hull explained to Krvln that they hud "tupped" slock exchange wires ami were getting "Inside" information. Krvln Invested the IIi.COU and lost. Hen K. HotliMtein. former manager of the Majcst.ce theater, took Krvln to the Security Slate bank and Iden tified him. C. W. Kiewer, vice presi dent of the bunk, said that Itolhsteln told hini thut he had known Krvln for four or five years. After Krvln had left wlih the money Itolhsteln returned to tho banker anil Jolit hltn that be did not know Krvin but that he hiil known his brother-in-law for four or five tears, according to the statement made to The World by Hrew or. It Is believed that Oatewood and Mall, the two men who actually took the (ash from Krvin, nre fictitious names Also It is thought I". I of I he mTi have left Thlsa. JOHNSON'S EYE IS REMOVED rii)sl,inus iMT!Mx lii Order lo .save Irf-fl an, Ut Stop lliln. I.iiNI'ON. Nov. '-'7 The right eje of William K. (Pussyfoot) Johnson, the American prohlbliion worker and organizer of tho Anli-KiUoon league, was successfully removed to night. Physicians In attendance ex plained In a bulletin Issued after th operation that removal of the eye wan lie, eneary lo save his left eye. and also tliitt the pain could nni have b'en ri,ieved otherwise. Mr. Johnson a eye wa- injured on November 1.) when he was dragged from pbi'foiiu by students while he was making a prohibition speech and paraded ibioiigh various streets of loiidon by the ' raggera." dows were broken by the concus sion and citlacna, fe.ir.ng an earthquake. rushed Into the s'r'ets. They report an Illumi nation i,r the ekv whbli lasi, d lore after the shock had paled The Calumet Kie.-luc niininin at Kalamazoo, Light M:, h . plan's of 'he and several smailer throuk-hout thl ei-otlou coun'ty were temporarli ahlcd. d.s- Mr Tne Aw'tl lT'a. ('IIK'Aii'i, Nov I7--No ' :en tif.c explanation had hen male tonight of the unusinl lllunnn.i t ti, dcrll ed variounly as l.k a ball of nre, or f.ate. followed shortly by a oncuB-ion and o sc, w d ly residehts of three a'..!' last night, bti getietal y. it wa heileved to have been a ll:et"or The seismograph at the t'nl veraity of Chicago la expects I 'O show some tecord tomorrow when the fllre.e are developed The in strument IB on the phn'opr iphle type Axlde from 'he visibility of the flare ln nouthern Mlohiiran and northern Indiana and Illinois, he conc ijion shook houaeai and broke window n several I'.let and wire service was aff-'Ced Sever tl frofsor. asT'-noror were inrlit.ed ti; the i.e'ier tha' the dlstuibiri e was I a ." I i l f I leg meteor, I ipon- t ti-,ijk'tit tr,e affected area w is too a i b, to be a-coun'e4 for by meteor. Unmindful of Threat by Socialists King OP'" Parliament llt'.Mi:, Nov. ?7.- I'nmindMI of the threats l.'iide itgHlnst him by totcialieis, h,HK V ictor Kmni i f 1 1 1 I w ill open parliament himself I ' cember 1, It w.u announced to day. (7 The sor.ulints elected to the chamber of deputies In the itceiil ! lions are threatening to at tack, the king and pictcnt lilu from speaking should be a' top! the time - honored citetom of open ing pal liamelil In pel sou Su a ale has the political situation hl'Com,. tha' mi KH est P'lis weie made (hut King let, r I .man n ' uel abdicate, but so far theie has bein no offli lul move to Indlca'e that such dtiistic action was se t loi-sly contemplated There will be about UH social ism in the new chamber, although all of them are not radicals nf the "Maximalist" type. Hitherto the ao, lalists elected to the cham ber hnvo refrained from lakim; an active part because of their hope leas minority, but they threaten to aeire the relm, In the forthcoming camon If they are able to do ho. Hy The Aooristad Praia. ItiiMK. Nov King Victor Kmmatuiel wUl go to the I'ii,i"l Siiitca next summer and also will visit Soulh America, eepe'lally tho republic i.f Hrazil. I'mgun y. Argentina, Chile and I'eru, unlcsi the political situation prevent him from cariyliig out his d,lre. BORAH DEMANDS HOME ATTENTION A , ' Senator Says Congress Must Met Needs of America. MUST END WAR LAWS Curb On Profiteering Neces ary; league Can Only ra.ss With Reservations. WASHINGTON, Nov. J7 -Call-li g on congress to turn Ms attention to th Immediate heeda of the Amer ican people, Senator Id, rah of Idaho, republican, one of the "Irreconcll ubles" In the flghl against the league of nations, outlined In a formal statement tonight a program' for tho coming seasloii. Fossil go of the re-solution t0 de clare peace, "to bring order out of chaos over transportation system." laws to enforce government economy and check extravagunco, which ho A'liaracterlzed as "Incredible." a eh. k on profiteering. return of Arin-rlran trooi, from Itueaia. and a lostoration or the peace time power or the government in distinction from the war lime power being maintained, were the principal meas ure Senator liorah advorated. Favor IVxt. declaration of neace. S.-toho, liorah declared, wan "doauubn) mure foi psychological reason, than any. thing else," adding that "thu advo calea of tiie league oontlnue lo harp upon the proposition that, wo tech nically are at war In order to disturb business and keep It restleaa and uu- ttled. "Hie of the greatest and best rail road system in the world haa been wiecked Ihruugh Incompetency and politics." hena'or liorah a suiienient charged, an, In his ailac)-. on Kov eriunental eipendllui es h declared thu people are lileraJly being lajcd into bolahevlsm." Iteferrlng to former Secretin y- Mc A duo's recent i:fin nl eng. u ling pro file of coal operaiorsf .-KflTiTor ItoraJi declared the profit ero, per mitted under the ordera of iTmi ml -ministration of which Mr McA ,o w .aa a member and that (irof iteei ing 'Is Just as rampant now as It w as during the war In certain lima of Industry." Uovonmtonl lllninexl. "The moat unfiugrant and union scloi ahle profiieericg Unit ihe conn- 'i haa experienced, he said, "was i Ii a L which was permitted or actual ly ordered by Wie government " I.egisUuon p.iaai-d for caiiymg on lh) war, Senator liorah (barged, la beini maintained and used ,,r he pm po. a of r pressing our i w n I ople," th greai majority of w ,m the senator sal,) he believed w.ic ..al. Iei-arlng there wer mor, "iiators now opposed lo the league f nations than t any ptevious line. Senator liorah predicted H waa l'"iM but "by no means certain," that the treaty could pass with the foreign relations committee reserve lions Niching lese h" luel.'ied would ever pass 'he senate HOSTILITIES ARE" STOPPED Inter- VMnl tVonmlasl'in Itring I 1 do Italllr ur lt,ii--laiis ((iri'MIA'll N. i'T Tha Imer-alhed Ha tic com to is- ,,n b, s'opped hostllitlra between the Ll li iiarn.iiis arid Ihe flermana an.) his direi ted Ihe conibaiants 'o r' ire t" he demarcation line of i ie',,ber .1" se, nrdlng to dispatches to t'i l.rh j . in i in press bui i'('j. ;tI..l Ill II DIM. I -. HI l:lll Mrt'm Hall. Itelongliig lo John' Hopkins wtr,rx.i Ibiltlnion. i ltLTIM(nK, Nov- J7 MeCoyj hall, belonging to th Johns Hop-I Lmn university and one of the r-"iip ' ,f toiildrnua fornierlv oee'itoed by I the university berore I's rerncmt to 1 he new biilidlna at Ilotnewood In he northern part or the cttjr, burned late tonight USE FULL STATE POWER FOR COAL AlltMi Says Kansans Will l'e Protei'ted From Suffering. GOV. GARDNER ACTS Missniri;m CitU. Meetiiirf of State Mxecutivos to Plan Opening of Mines. PROTEST MADE BY UNIONS Secretary Says All Who Dig Coal Regarded lis Strike Hreukers. hlVsS C 11. Mo., Nov. 1'7 (lacriinr I rawli'idclt l. I.anlnor of MIsMiiirl aiilioiiius il tonight thai on has the fislcral gowrilincot lakes nclloll lo iiul the soft is.ixl strike by lomorruw lie will Issue a nll lor a oi'i tJng of the gxiv-crnoi-s of all mal aoilii log slau-s, to Is' Ik hi cither at NL Isiuls, ( lil iiigu or lmllaiiaH'lls to dlmxer men lis of gi'lilnu iMinl liilnisl (.oicrtx'r t.unl, ,'r was npieilnt imI I'liiiliman ol the (xtimiiliici in ilcilsc moons lo lower Hip cost of III log, lipiH'iiiHd at tlio coolcrcois' of govciii'Ms hchl r"' " in 1 In Sail I asi U. ( II). Irovcrnor t.iirdncr ibt llm , lo say wluit I ho u cllo, i or the ru- simi ixiiifcrcni f uoulil Is-, or lo go Into details as to lli rcaxnni ini'iitlailoiis ulih li ho might muko, hut ImllKilixl thai I lie Millie inlghl Im- taken over by tlio slate anil oxruit'il by llicm, T"PKKA. Kan. Nov 37 -Mo-rlarlng It Is the duty of the govern ment to prolcc' the people whose wel'ate in depind'Tit upon It, ilov. Henry J. Allen tonight In a formal etatement uniii nticed that th 'u'e "Is brought to the pass of using all It power lo protect the pcop whose sufrenrii will be unspeakable unless relief Ir, afforded" from the emergency brought about "iy the stoppage of coal production. T'le govomor deilareil that the response to his appeal for volun teers to work Ihe Kansas coal mines are corning In rapidly. "The people know," his statement aaeerts. "that this I not In any sens a strike breaking enterprise." "I shall use the power of tha stale," the governor sail "for only on, i purp, , to relieve the coal famine and to protect th lives of those engaged In carrying out till effort " "Judging from the early re-spons-'S. I should any that wa will have 4 OUO or 6. 000 application," aald the yoveri,or (hi morning, "The s'ate is listing the applicant and making preparation fur trans portation. We expect to begin putting the men to work by Patur day or Monday " When Informed of the statement by Thomas Harvey. S"cre'ary-ti aa nrcr of the Kansas miners. that volunteer iiu diggers would be "considered eirlknbreaker," fov, 11. J. Allen aald: That may bo the opinion of some of those fellowr. down there, but by the atate liny will he considered patriot " Tho governor asserted that the people of Karisna are Interested In seeing a Just settlement of the con troversy between the miner and op. orator, but they ee no reason why the Industrial life of th mate should be periled while the oppnwlng sides "bicker over the distribution of a human necessity " "Hut twice and for all." the state ment con'lnued. "It must he under atrrnd that the powers of the state rmwtiiiriiohf d into action ror Ihe protection ,r I's people, are above ami beyond th"e of any association or organizations, whether or capital or Individual " Volunteers for- work In the Kanssa coal fields begin responding today to the pi"l or (lovernor Allen ror men to dig coal lo save Ihe people ot the state rrom suffering Mesranges offering their services were relayed from men iri many parts of Kansas ijid fto'u M ssourl. Illinois and Idas II II Pea's, "f SMke ns!l itte at lyiwrenee lelcphuned (lover nor Allen thai .V'O Indian ridenl were ready lo g" mio the ininea ( NNiin:iiM i,i ntiii iw AS STItlKI llltl KI KS . PI'ITSlilld I. Kan. Nov Zl -i 'olurireer workers who corn Ir.t" the Kar.au c,,.H fields to dig coal under the atu'r rw elveihlp plan will be c. lie. dered s rlknl reukera Thorns Harvey, eeeretary-trea-urer ,,f the L.i' s.ts mm, is, uririouncd 'his morn.r'ir , Harvey a-s-rted that ttie dls''!''' unt' ti of'li'ais would assume the same Attt'ude toward the volunteer : Mort"e es hev wool I nee line To ward rio'n brought into O field i I , me o,i-t a : ci s when a sit ko : . r p.rBteas "There wil' Ve ! " i'latton r,r the I s'tltude ef the d e'ro t unlort off.-I . era." Harvey sal I "Prom the stand p unt of Ihe in.i'.n offo er ail men who come ir' ti" r."' l ' woriv at h" r l. pes v . ' he k. .r- ll.e-e.' J Search for Carlhle Ch en Up fly Railroad cill.VKNVi:. W". N-.y .7 r-ar,"rnf tl i' a b-o',r of e, p"xe-: i 't ,i rr of W ' "i ; i if aids' .e o.i t. li? W.l.ato 1 I'.sl' o e-'-ape 'A'!' j liem M Jeff-rs of the I p,n.l ifc announeed 'odnv ttiaf tt.. real! specul agen hs,l been ittidr a in from llie acarch forth ou'.aar. j EFFORTS TO Nation Waits John 1 1, la-wls. aetliig president of llir mlnen, npprar Irift; and Ixetnw, William l.recn, w-crctery nf llu mlui'i-s; I'hlllp Murray, nxlileiiit wtxtX. orn I'curisilvuiila miners, and Jolui Mis, re, pn-ehlcnt nf oiilo minor. Above are Ihe leadera of the "miner, whose course Is now awaited fol lowing breaking off or all nrgotlNlloli yesterday In an effoit to settle the coal strike. Just what the miner will do la nol known. They rejected th government's offer nf an Increase ut 14 per rent In wages. BRADY DETECTIVE SHOOTS JACK LOVE Argument With Hotel Clerk Ends When-Gor-don Fires. CONDITION IS SERIOUS Employe of Model CltHhlng Company in Serious Con dition in Hospital. Jack y,e, about JQ year old, em ploye of the Model Clothing com puny, 112 South Main, was shot and probably fatally wounded. In th lobby of the Itrady hotel about 4:4( o'clock yesterday afternoon, A hot fired by It. 1). Oordon, house detective, when Iove wils ald to tiave struck at hltn with a knife truck him In the abdomen and he rll to the rioor. ItlMlng. Ihe wound ed man again rushed at (lordon with hi knife and four men were re quired to hold Love to keep him from cutting; the orfleer. Gordon, house detective, waa In an adjoining room and bearing an argument between I.oye snd the ho tel clerk, entered the lobby. when Love rushed at him with hi knire. striking him once slid ss he attempt ed another blow ijordon shot him. eye witnesses soy I'. S hospital officials late Irmr night aald that Love's condition wa erlous PRESIDENT EATS TURKEY VWieelril To Iwhle alio) Allowed All lie Wants I mull) i.aihisrlog. W ASH IM i l i (... Nov i . Tlianksgrv trig was qjieily obaerved a; ihe while Inure- K"i the fi'St nn,,' diiritig his nf ' u pa icy of t he win - "irun president win from etiendlhg hun h s-imcis 'Ihe ''ir, lies of li e il'y offere.j plliyer for his rei overv I r tirayaoii permitte l the presi- Iloir.r ( oiiinilIKo l'row 4 anton lent lo he hroi.ti,- , ii,,. , in' i,fni ,, 'inli' I rolcsJriibb' llms a wheel ejmir Mll ( , mil, ),, pa IViidlng llsHea of n.-. unit might eat all It, at he oesln d The group at th whl'.- ho ise " " , ,, . , .,, .mill M.ss M -.,.- .' N'-W !"IIK N . 27 .'.'- son and Mies l.m v ! , ,n of :, li-luent ,f r l..r.:.'.i noke. a. niece r Ms. Wilson. w,rel de.min ..f '.,nt.hr."i" he ,.,,!, g.,ee- 'aliens, pen, In, c "t '.'a ' 1 a nd A 31. p it.,1 lu. key !,. Klf ft dirP' Sal f.f lb. .1 '' I" " e latest South Trimhlc. r-no-i '. rk of the pi or Hi" l.. i-e mmiri i'ion . "in h'ciee i'f repi , , . r t , th, mi'tee now nrl'licl.i'K an pi'j'ilry a' Wl,l.' h'O ISe ho.,, i. I'l'ls l-'at'l, I' W s a nt ,,'ince I I.. Till: WKATUEIi H'l " "la S',f :7 - Ma. near, it: '' '"" ""' " "' r -. 'at ..-r f'e'a. r. i er .r,,, ra ,.,-lts.-.l ,,r'.. . re.e -I as a t'l'r r r n ti "iUUi paTifti.,': JtriDr tn AMI' I r X f mrrw i eorlH fr' Mr ra.'i tn iniilt P"itoti. rmnf I If In tn ! h in - f 4 i''! " '" 1 1 t 'til'"' . if i ' 'i Jstt -ila f i''n h ir r;' ' Mii I.indfi fi'nn T'' ' ' - " r,"li v " thv i;. m Trio -Hk f I- , ' ",M " 1 r Uy ,., in i.l -x..,: ' 'w'Tz:,rJ;i ..v""r r ,r ",,: !: wli, t-.i. t . r'.i ai' liam.a lw J 'si ce. UMleaJ of t!ie Ui ;rr im.-nt of j lj iiauig laoerauj. labor, SETTLE COAL for Them to Act Mm. Angclen Still, Without Knowledge Of Husband' 8 Death NKW VOItK. Nov a;. Mm. Felipe Angeles, wife of th Mex ican revolutionary leader, was still lu Ignorance today of hla execu tion, Mrs. Carmen de J Itosa, her skater, declared that she had been o 1)1 that even th hews of Ills arrest by the t'arranxa force hud been withheld. Albert, th general's 10-year-old son, today made puhlln a tele gram fr'oni hla rather, dated Tues day afternoon. It read: "(jet the ramlly know that I am serene and contented. I hop that you will be a good man, a patriot and a hard worker. 1 want you lo love your mother, slater and brother very much. Klae and embrace. "TT.LIPK A NX J KI.Kfl." THEATER IS DESTROYED Ofymiric sit Anirtllo, Triaa, Itu Crowd txMw; None Injured. AM AHILLO, Teaai, Nov. t7 Fir early tonight completely destroyed the Olympic theater building, on or the leading playhoune and bul neaa building of th downtown o tlon, and for two hour threatened sn entire block in the center of the business dial' lot, resulting ln a lo estimated ,n ,IT,0.000, partly coh ered by insurance. The fire w Kiuned from an explosion In the boiler room under the stag. I'or two hours the fire department rough! the name berore adjoining buildings wer snr,' rrom the hlnx. A portion (r the e'ock of good from drug rore and a paPt of a rfhth Ing aiock occupying lh lower floor was saved. Th" theafer we crowded when the firs was discovered In one corner over the stutri' nod the 1,000 specta tors left the building In an orderly manner wl'tnut any casualties be ing repor-ed An electric wiring 1 belley. d to have tnrte, Ihe blare. wANT CAMP FOR REDS I ritf'i' I 'I be i a ic. ;, wnr'd I ' mi ,ar (o tho,. in use iluiir.r l i" w ir f r III', inn i .' "' tl'l'.V . I I' lis and ulli, . 'to t. . , ,or i r .' abiding ,,, e Of ,' ,. , -, ! ,111- "'" "'111' ' ,'. ,',,.. I'llke tli'-ll f rite, s. lonn I'l ':i.s ""HI tt , ;, -' i na !' , ,., i ,. ,,,,, n ,,r 'ii Inv, a . . . , . , ,, , . , I" I r.ll ' ! II (j inn i uwih mm "icu i , STRIKE FAIL Negotiation Ended When All Proposals Are Rejected. COURSE IS INDEFINITE No One Able to Say Situa tion It Left in at Par ticipants Depart. SESSIONS DISSOLVED Miners and Operators Ad journ; Owners Accept Garfield's Offer. GOVERNMENT ASSAILED Miners' Leader Denounces Action Bitterly; Si lent on Intention. WAPHINOTilN, Nov. IT. An abrupt end cam lata today to all al'empla to elll tha nton-wld raal strike by peaceful afrtament Miners and operator spent a bleak Thanksgiving afternoon In em bittered dehale over th fovrnmnt proposal for a 14 per ctnt wsgt Increase, mad last night by Fuel Administrator Oarfleld, rej'td it. and vry othr proposal tliat(wa forthcoming, and thn dloIvd ln dls. Participants wsnt 4dom tonight and wher lh break left coal slrlkt condition, no ono of them, mtnte or operator, would my. lakawlaa, im offlcl quarters ther wa Dane. Miaama luTrtunit. Acting I'reaKUnt John U Law' ot th inln worker. althouh r rualng to say a word a to tha tnk llaeir. which theoretically wa called off In obedience to th fedrl court Injunctlou holdia It a violation of th Lever act for wartlmo fool and fuel control, arorod th government at th conolualon of th oonfrence. Ho did William ar, Mcratary of tha mint worker. Operator, although aceptlng th government proposal, n a letter of xplanallon to Doctor Oarfleld. which they mad publlo, intimated that th government refuaal to al low prlr innraaaea) would bear re consideration. Ikorilnd Cloarrd Doom. It a behind closed door that th coal situation reached It climax today, after Involving th full atten tion ot th fdral government for two day pravloualy. Thar waa muoh heated oratory, but T. VV. Guthrie of llttaburgh. act In chair man of tha operator' commltte. " diwcrlbed th parliamentary proced ure succinctly a he cam out, in operaiora by a prearranged plan notified lh miner' commltte for lh central competitive field of their acceptance of Doctor Oarfleld plan. Thl th triln workers promptly rotsd down. In turn Ui miner put forward a counter proposal that Sec retary Wllaon'a suggestion for a II per cent wag Inoreaa b granted and thl th operator rfud. Kor th third time th operators re newed thalr formal offer of arbi tration and thl th minora otd down. Almost Immediately an ad journment waa voted. Is-wl ll Htand. "The operator are pretending to accept lioctor Oarfleld s propoaal," Mr. I'wis said, manifesting acorn and Indignation, aa ha called th newspaper men around him tn th littered and noisy hall that wa the scene of the all-day gathering. "Hut ne they do it, they Hat that they are unaolr to operate many of I heir mine ur.dep It. It would be foolish for u to attetnpt'to mak an arrangement utiles miner ar to be given work. Our position la un changed. Wo hold the ( nlted Stale gotirriment cannot break it word The pledge of Secretary Wllaort to giant us a II pi r tent Increae must he red, , toed. In my Judgment loo tor i In field and the cabinet have ii.mmifed th moat colosal blunder ii Mi" history of our nation. They ire blindly following an academic henry, withou regard lo Justice to the mine worker or effectB on tho pent,!,, of rhe t'lnted State. "Iteaponailillily for the crlel now confroni ing the nation moot 0 wi h those sttitesrpen using their powers or government to oppress an I deny ,,s to lo a gre,t element "t its Ci'iz, nsh'.p directly concerned in IndiiMi v "I ihiiiii'I be'leve the peopl of our rountry w 11' Indorse uch a policy of I'ppiession nd rpre!nn which means e, nuriued Ind'let'lal chaos and license suffering on th present mine worker and our cit izenship " With 'hat Mr Is-wta brushed aay all questioners )( associates, how ever, confirm' d the Impreeelon that there would be no resumption of k in ') mining camp now -los, .1. H'rnior l'ndVilill. o rci'iir', less communicative, wn nway wlrh varying resolution. .I.- , r "an ba t reached a determl n.i'i, n they sal I. to attempt ""a .r eduction regardle or th trlk e. l ot rno-t or them were In doubt on this point Ac'ing Chairman r..i'h:l" indicated that a an or. enured body they hd ceaeed to fune'ion and 'hit ind'vidual nces-(xjNTiM-rcu oh yya JMM.