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RELIABILITY CHARACTER ENTERPRISE OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPEK THE MORNING a VRWSPAPER FOR FINAL EDITION CIVIC PRIDE. THE HOME A GREATER TULSA x VOL. XIV, NO. 69. TULSA, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, DKCEMUKU , 1U19. 14 PAvJKS THICK 5 CENTS. GUARD AWAITING ORDER FOR DUTY State Troops Ready to Proceed to Mining Districts. UNDER MARTIAL LAW Six Counties Included in the proclamation Issued by Governor Robejlson. -DIG COAL OR GET OUT" Governor Gives Orders to the Miners at McAlester; Ex pect First Car Monday. OKLAHOMA I'lTV, Dec. 5. Com pmy runininnilrm of the Oklahoma rational guard through the atale wire awa.ting order tonight tliu! uuid it'ii J them lo 111? main roal turning 1 im! rt-: under the proclama tion niaile public at McAlcaier, nn:.. by Cnv rnor Kobertson lojay, declaring in.ii I i.il law In Pittsburg, latlnier. Is-flure, Coal, Haskell and okmiiige counties Th proclama tion sxtued by (jovernor Hoberton Clares the giving of the order for ntual mohl I ir-ii Im i) of lli guard, with A.ljutnt (ii'iii rnl Charlce Har rt:. who ai comanled (iovei tior Itob crtson lo MrAlester. '' No Information wan available al the adjutant general's office here to. uihl aa to when lb actual nioblll uilun would take place. Dclach nirnia of 20 men each hail heen ta loneil loday m How am! McCur in, and 10 were at McAleater, do ing tuanl duty at these place. Governor Itnhertson'g proclama tion today marks Hie flrat tima niar nl law haj been proclaimed In "llahonia, according to all avalla Me records, alihough th guard ha bn called nut many time t meet iirioun einergcnde. Reduction of railroad passenger wrvlce through Oklahoma City and itween tate polnta by one-third; I proclamation declaring martial ! In six coal producing counties uij the beginning of coal production ! til itste' strip pita about Mc Alsjter itood tonight aa the principal iltvelopmenta In the coal attuaUon .a Oklahoma. Tha order cuttlngi off passenger trains In this district waa received iwliy from H. '. lluah. regional dl 'Ktor at Ht. laiuls, and Included 10 Mh 4) line running In and out of Oklahoma City. Hock leland tralna iwtween Oklahoma City, McAlejjter nil El Ileno; Hock laland tralna ffnm Omaha and Kanaa City to Oklahoma City and Katy tralna from A'"ka, Inlnn, Muskogee and Wlia were Included In the annull tnent order. Gorernnr nnhertson'a prnclama llon declaring martial law waa made P"Mlc at M.-Alester. Okla.. where CfVrnor Itnbertaon went vulnriliv U twrionally superintend the begln 'III of (tuning In the atrip pita there. m governor a proclamation placed fn. Charles K. Harrett In full fomniartd of the etata'a two regi mnj of guardsmen, numbering 'tout J.I00 offlcera and men. These "Ttnenti will not be aenl to the rl ireaa aa unlta. hut will be aent Jtarhmenta a they are reeded. A4vlcea tonight were that the ;"t car from the ptta might be ei y Monday and that work "'J!d Hart today. ig (rAi, on (;kt WT.MTS (iOVf .HNOli. a ALKSTKR. rikla., pee 6. "Pig "lor get nut of your houaea" That. '"'Keel, was what tiov. J. A B. 'old the SO miners living "Ui company hnmee at the Daw '7 ;"P mines mx mile aouth of today. The men were given until horning to repoft for duty . tn roal dlKaings or Move out of r m,l frie dwellings. "They "'not live ih,r, nM lny wln "". the Cnvernor said ' We need hoiuie. for "ion coming here who !Vrk' Thu ,s " Industrial war w thfy are the ones who declared Indlratlnn of what they would Tk.T " union mtnera ''r hive bffn Idle since tbe walk m I r '"'n f,ffrt except for iWil" f"r r'r,,tvlng notice that , , r ",r nati been counter Raniled Th. r,,.- .u. In-. ' ' Bin iu tuny member, ,ne ho i,fjv"rl " foal sine. Jiovem- "0Tptnft r..i . . . . . (n. '""riron inspected tne m v ' lomorrow. I nirty nw ar' enpected tomor- IhV novernor 4-,. . "' 'pe mines on a mule- It Th "',''r n'', "ch (food k.n "I'l'ortunlty to tell hie WD.r,.",."V,h1, h. from- lmn't reenrn proed his ATTENTION ICE USERS ning !Vcber 7,h we tor0Inu, r,nr. d,. " Sunday, for the "" ' I'ecember. January rbrury. TULSA ICE CO. Anarchists Arrive at Ellis Island; Get Habeas Corpus Writ Alexander llcrkman. NKW VOHK. Int. 6 Alexander Iteikiimn and Kininii (Jolilnuui. Amcrliaa two tnosl notorious nn archiKia. spent tonight at Kills island. They were mirri'tiilcrej to the immi gration authorities at noon on de mand of the department of labor, to await deporlalion to Itu.tMlu, . after preaching their dm-trlnrs In the .I'nlted States for 30 years. While they were on the way to the Island, accompanied on the gov ernment ferry boat by a few of their most devoted followers, their coun sel, Harry Weinberger, waa appear ing before Federal Judge Mayer with a petition for writs of habeas cor pus In a. last effort to nullify the de. portatlnn decree. The wrlia were granted and are returnable on Mon day. Weinberger said he would In itial that his clients be produced In CQsrft before Judge Mayer, who sen tenced them lo Iwo yenr terms for obstructing the draft law. There waa no way of determining tonight whether the legal procee!-, Ings would delay the departure of Herkman and Mis Goldman for Kuksiu. WASHINGTON'. Iec. 5 The gov ernment will contest habeas corpus proceedings In New York Instituted with the purpose of preventing the deportation of Alexander Heikjnan and Km ma Goldman, Anthony C'amlnettl, commissioner general of Immigration, said today, and l sat isfied that it caq support lis deporta tion order. TRAINS TAKEN OFF NO C0AUS CAUSE Tulsa Train Service Is Crippled by Nation's Fuel Shortage. The Krlfco i the first local rail road to announce a reduction of their schedules, according to wire dis patrhna yiwterday. The reduction on all tinea la to be S3 1-3 per cent. The following nouthweHtnrfl pa enger service on the Frlm-o Is dis continued: Trains one and two be tween Motiett and Vlnlta; tralna 410 and 411 between Oklahoma City and I-ewtnn; tralna 403 and 404 between Monett and Oklahoma City: tralna SIS and Sl4 between Supulpa and Okmulgee; tralna 117 and 111 can celled east of Tukwi, but continue service helweon Tulsa and Kort Worth. .The following eervbs Is discon tinued on the Frisco's wesiern divis. Ion: Trains 12 snd dl.1 between Clinton and Vernon; trains (107 and 801 between Tulsa and Knld. serv ice continued between Knld and Waynoka. Pullman car tickets will not be sold more than 4' hours In advance. This order was rerfed at the T. : offices yeaterday. Effective Paltirdav th K' I" discontinue train :4. Muskogee to Oklahoma City, due here ui ! 40 a m., and train :3 usage io Musko gee, due here at a m Tht Texns Special, 8t. liuls to San Antonio, will also be taken off Passenger service In the Joplln dls'rlct i bein-r die continued Fust trains on th; K.H.v will do loral ork. No Trace Found of Mexicans Who Hold Up American Store ZAPATV Texas Dec -No word bid been received here to night from county au'horr who were searching for an unknown number "f mounted and hnvllv armed Mexican bandits who Inst night raided snd looted s s ore on tbe I'laerii) ranch on the Amer ican side. 11 miles southeast of Zapata It w us believed the ban dit fter tb rsul Imniedlaiely crossed the It lo t;rsnde in'o Mex ico whence lbe are supposed to have come They carried way all the provisions in 'be rroie. but aside from binding and gagging the storekeeper, il.d not uio.es! erbo! on the rareh. rcc.rlii'g to repor'e Texas rangers frtr. 1-are.lo were rep .r'ed en route pi 'be sc-ne'e tndsv The tden'ttx of the bandits :.!! is unde'er rnin.'d A number of Mexican federal sold era are re por ed garrtsonej It ree rrtlr' be low ih Clareno ranch on the Me- RELEASE JENKINS Oil U.S. DEMAND The State Dopartmenfftn-nounc-es Mexican Com pliance. REPORT CHECK IS PAID: . . Dispatches Tell of Deposit of $r00 With Authorities of ruebla. CHARGES ARE DISPROVED! Probe Substantiates American Claims; Consul Opposed to Intervention. Mi:XI('4 4 ITY. !. K. William O. Jeiikliw, t tilled Slate (xio-nliir aireiit at PucTila, wIhi whh relrnni'il from prlwm on Thurwluy night, Htttnnptctl lo ws'iire hi n'-liiiirls-oninetil there uhIh), aooinllng i ne'lal dlHtli tuw nsvltetl here late tonight by the I xix-lnlnr. Ju dlrlul auLhorlUeit at luehla re-fu-wl to allow the consular BKi'iit to re-enter the imtIhoii, . WASHlNtJToN. lec. i William o. Jenkins, the American consular agent, imprisoned at 1'uebla, Menco, waa released on Thursday night. Tho American embansy III Mexico City reported his release In un offi cial dispute'! received by the stale department this afternoon, and al most at the Hume lime news dis patches were received from Mexico City which std a check for f 6ou had been deposited with th civil author ities at Puebla, Thla difference In the tw reports seemed to raise siima rioulil aa to whether Jenkins was released un conditionally on I he diplomatic rcp I cdentallnns of the 1 tilled Slates government, or whether he had been released on ball, as the Mexican au. thorttlea have contended he could, The slate department, however, took the view that Jenkins had heen released on Its diplomatic represen tations and laaurd a alalsmeiil. which, after announcing Jenkins' re lease, said: "The release of Consular Agent Jenkins waa brought about ty uigent diplomatic representations made by this governent and the resulting In vesiigailon made by lieneral I'ahln ilonzalei who waa sent to Puebla by the Mexican government to Investi gate the facta In the rase. The In vestigations by tieneral Cioniales, who was at Puebla Oecember 3, had then practically substantiated the position taken by this government on behalf of Jenkins. "Two peons from fianta I,iu'la ad mllted to tieneral ilonza.lei thai they bad made declarations aalnat Jen kins under threat of execution. Other witnesses testified they had been compelled to make false statements again'Jenklns under durea. one wltnesiwas threatened with a pis tol, another by a rope and still an other beaten until he made his dec laration against Jenkins "Thee facta are ahown In the court record of the case " Intervention In Mexico Is opposed by Jenkins, who in a letter received today by Itepreaenlalive Wvls of Tennessee said "11 ought to be possi ble to solve the Mexican problem without actual Intervention." While th release of Jenkins served tg .Relieve In a way the ten sion heif on the Mexican altiintlon. officials pave explained that the Jen kin cew -only an incident In the Mexican situation. Senators re gard 'he rharges of Senator Fall that the Mexican anibttsnador and con suls In the I 'ruled Slates have spread "red'' propaganda s the more se rious The news of tbe release of Jenkins wns given varying interpretations In official and rongresloal circr Stale department officials had no comment to make on It. In the absence of more detailed Information, hut Sen ator Hitchcock snd other democrats In congress declared It seemed to re lieve the strain that had been placed on relations with Mexico and to bear out their position that the senste nd bouse should keep hands off until the siste department has had nn opportunity to determine whether Carranra woujd heed Its warning in legard to the American iltUens and their rights ic.cn side whl'e Mm nn etis'in euiirds were at lonr ablins- In fmu- of be i';a en rancb et' fe whl'li I" situ i'e.l on the rvr bank". s'C't.t;tK to rep.ms bete 19 More Shipfmz Days He fore Ch ristm as It is for your protection --Buy Christmas Seals. Ask your doctor. He knows. Grocer in Muskogee Attempts to Resist Kobbcr and Is Slam iAiensI In Th World. M1KKlX.l i:, Okla., IHi: Ti A. I. Aii-rs. ail year old, wiu li"t ilialli In (he lllg Hunt i:nvry in Iwti' Kmlght wlillo rceitt Ing mi iniiiiipiHl liibliii. The lirwT. in-onniuiiili d b IiIh iIihikIi li r, was liM'klng up for the night X ;:fS:S.5siH,; day's pnMtlrv Aira wiMit Ih- I lilnil I ho mil li I or iwn-tiMlbly to imx-urr llio nimii-y fnim a Miuill Iron aro and was klllrxl wlwn h grahlMNl a Miicln xd r rifle. l llMingh bbiilliiiunds were rnllil out, tin" lrlllng rnln rendered It liiiMKMilile fur llicin get the trnll. "I put Illy hand Up for no limn," Aii'I'n huIiI. WAR EXPOSITION CHIEF ARRESTED Elmer Douds, Wanted in Tulsa, (lives Up at Pittsburgh, I'a. FATHER IS ON HIS BOND Accused Promises to Come to Tulsa, Make Restitution and Face Change. P;icisl to The World PITTSItl'Hcill. I'a. Hec. C. F.I nii'i w. IiouiK wauled by the fed eral authorities at Tulau. Okla, In connection with th "war cxpual tlon" hehl there last January, gave himself uii to Culled States of; leer here today. Word from Tulsa said that Douds, former field clerk in the SJd division, with three other ex aoivlca) men, staged the expedition, representing tliemsolve to .e under ordeis from the ar ilek.arlment The four men left Tulsa following the' cloning of the carnival without paying more than tt.O'iO In bin owed to the Nut loiuil Manufacturing company, liodg Klectrlc company, and other concern, all of Tulf.. Iouda waa released after his father, Justice of th Peace Samuel Douds. one of th best known resi dent at Kllwood City, went on hi bond for Id.nno "The whole thing I a mistake," he told Deputy Marshal Joyce, "for the flt."t week we ran the exposition It did nothing but rain. The second week It snowed, and a result we were left stranded. The charge tha.1 t or anyone elae Represented our aelve to be undeordera from the government I not true.' Douds said be would arrange with the other three men Indicted In the rtv. m go to Tulsa, make complete. restitution, and face the charge against them He denied any knowledge of the suit until today. A thrilling war special, "irolng Over the Top" from epeelally ai - I ranged trenches, shell boles, Inrl'od , wire entanglement, and dugouts wme among the feature of the ex position, the Indiclmont received here, aaserta r TREATY WILL REMAIN Irewlcle!it No to Withdraw Kays llttrlioork After 4'oufereixir "IUMinslblllty on Otltera." WAsniMIToN. Dec 5 - President Wilson baa no intention of withdraw ing the pi-ace treaty from Uie sen ate for the present, SenatorHKch cock of Nebraska, announced jodiw after tils visit to the president He. d UKiussed the treaty question with the president briefly after th con ference on the Mexican situation. Tbe president thinks the failure I of the senate lo act on the treaty at , the special session ehlfte The re ; sponsiblllty in the matter to "other I shoulder ' Senator Hitchcock said. adding: ' He in Jutit going to let It stay where 1 1 'In at pr'sent " PLAN TO CUT ESTIMATES I Itcpiildlcan House I -r-ajlrrs I ItealmHon In live llllllon I unci j WASHINHT.'V, Dec i Itepub i llcan leaders nf tbe bouse today de ; cided to ask department head lo i help reduce the i. 000.(0)0. ono esti mates for nex' eat s appropriation4. , l-i e ffe I. an e f f t t will be made to crta'e infor m.i :i a hnlK't. but leader agreed Uiat a Mg deficit l. Juiy Oil. th end of the next fl-e: jisir. was certa.n. snd Chairman , 'i'.rii of the approprltilons commit tee, ottier cb.iniiien and ttie ieals'a live ate'-rlriif com rn II '-e estlmiited , that r would t.c arourid $.1,500 000. -li'" The def:' 't at tbe end of Ibis f sell e.ir rev June, was IS llliale.i at $ .Vt'1" o.i'i ino . THE WEATHER Tt I K a okla ler XCartm"!. ia rrirlmn ; I r.orih wiriat. rl'iuil pre e tp" 1 1 hip ' e Inr h i "K'.tf"M al'ifta. InuHv. prohtlf I ram ii'di'i iir.,Ja, rain or niius, t-.der : in . .o'n ( I.e. I !rc Mal'lrtiT .ar''r HoiMy, U - rt,. ,a, I (KKtvJIS "acirlat ii unilay I rnrntv naei'r rei ! r IKXa Vjiuot., i- I c.V.,,1i' er .ert.'d roi-ter in ifi'lli ".rtnn M .n ; wrT T K X A Stmt4 elnwlr rtia In tierrtl fnllifll Snnilai' lir.ellied -o'.le. K , N s ' Rais tyreinr t :.o r-" t ! r 4y re ter in e. ,,elMn iiro1aT roH ih fair wirota lrgisirg frexh cor'herty Matur4sj afltro. REPORT OUTPUT IS ON INCREASE! Officials at Washington Optimistic on the Coal Situation. COMPROMISE DENIED Operators Declare II inner Pay Not Planned ; Cox Meets Ohio Contenders. MINERS URGED TO RETURN Delegates Advise West Vir ginians to 0 Hack; Kan sas (lets More Coal. WASHINH't'oN. Dec. 5 The gen eral roal situation waa discussed to ilny nt a meeting of the president cabinet, bill there was no Intimation oi wheit new step wa contemplated by th government lo meet growing appeals from various secitpn of the country for enough fuel to keep llio big Industries In operation. Fuel Admlnkatraior clarfleld. sum nioned here from his homo In Maeea aliuselts to lake up some of the prob lem developing lu the last few das, and iMreetor tieneral limes told llie cabinet what had been done. Doctor tiarfteld later conferred with depart ment of Justice official and the ex ecutive coinuiltlee of the bituminous cog I operators of the Cr.lted State, members i"f which bad beini kepi here lo watch tho eltiiatlon The fuel administrator indicated that coal production was Inci eaaing over last week The operators' committee lHiied a statement characterizing c "vicious and misleading" published reports l" the effect that they were couriering proposals to compromise with the sulking mine workers by paying more than the 14 per cent Increase suggested by Doctor Hatfield and In creasing the price of coal There will be no compromise In Iho demand, they said. In connection with the action of the federal court at Indianapolis ordering a grand Jury to Investigate their actions, with a view to bringing Indictments under the Iver act, the operators ent a telegram lo District Attorney Hlmms al Indianapolis ask ing thai Ih hearings be expedited There waa uniiistloned optimism among the operator and fuel admin istration worker, who have volun teered to aid In the emergency. oal production ha remained on the up grade three days. It waa said, and I close to 45 per cent of normal. OPTIMISTIC o i :h (Ml, PKODCCriON; CHICAOO. Dee. 5 There was op timism In Ih east today that soft coal production wa slowly Increas ing In spl'e of the miners' strike nnd surface Indications that change for the betler were anticipated among I he o pern tin, but t here was lilt 1 Im provemetit In the shortage situation anywhere and closing. of Itnlusty and reduction of - business hours c on tinued. A one-third reduction in paaaenger service now hue) heen ordered on most all government controlled rail road of the country. The earern nd southern regional director today took nearly the same action the director of the north. eentrl and southwestern region look yeHlrrday In ordering a one-third reduction In "train miles," wlilrh meant cancella tion of many tralna and much luxury equipment Two famous 20-hour tralna between New York and Chi cago the Twentieth Ceniurv and tbe llroadway Limited, weie ordered sus re ruled Tonight traffic men were buellv en gaged In preparing (be shortened gehediile. The c "hleag". Milwaukee A St. Paul SNstern bod arranged for cancellation f JR trains More than a doxeri f;oct trains on 'he Miesouri Pacific, tbe Krle and tbe Miseoiirl. K.mn.iji A Texas sv'ems were or dered el minuted The reduction in the north central arid southwestern regions Is effective Monday Call On Mm To l.o llnik. Delegates al a s ib-dlstrlct conven tion of riivtiers In Wes' Virginia called on 10 OoO miners In four counties to return to work even though ituwntl fled wl'h the 14 tier cent wage al-van-e of fere.) by Doctor ciarfield Dover nor i 'ox of ( ihlo a f Ler a con ference wl'li ofie'-a'ors and turners lo be rontlnued nn Monday e-cld fron tier's were good for opening roine of iiblo's m.nes soon iirilv a few mi.-o returned to work tVi Miwoiirl, where iloyernor flard nr had c,l!e. on' the state militia and appealed to 'be miners to re turn The mines weie seized and volunteers for n.in.ng will go to work soon oliin'eers continued working In he Klirisis s'np inlees lo l.M Seven carload weie reported billed from the l'l"sl.i'K dls'r n t Three companies of federal In fir, t'v iff I'lirop l.ccvi N a so : r.kr on. to'l f-.r 'he Monvina ii.n: f.ei.ls lotolcii sl,s t 'ommlsoloii. liovert'Or iici l.oW'lenof !':; riots telegrat'hed D'"ti,r tl'irfied urglnif ppotr. 'men t c.f a corn in is ion decide a basis for selling the strike plir'y of ?..0 t'jsi'e.s Inefi and official of H'es com I r is.ng til'-Ml-sriiirl V.iliy aeo la 'ton u tai-g- I o K" to anltii.g' in toii,'.rr"v '" confer witn fuel and run '. 1 re ii'iv e to luil'T "Vlr-K fr. . a-"! dis' r. !oi 'ion of il m ' S a r s linve'f-or Sato eT it M- k'e'v, N'rlii.isk.i sta-'i I f-.r W.ish.nir'o urge Doctor i;.irf"-ld to ill point Illlltl.'ru'rilS for e.c ll s-a'e c'.overnor liardner tins' p.. --ed 'finitely 'be i'"t, f - e 11 ' - 1 f l nors (.a'ied Sunday in St. Louis. FIND WILSON POLICE HOLD 98 AFTER EXPLOSION Raid Is Made on Steel; Headquarters' at Do- i nora, I'a. BUILDING IS DAMAGED: Home of Carpenter Is Partly j Wreck imI but None Hurt ; One of Many Attempts. I'lTTSHinCH. Pa, Dec G. Ninety eight men were arrested to day at Donor a, n steel town on I he Monoiigahela riv er, .10 miles from bete, when troopers of ih Ht.ite police raided Lithuanian, hall lieu l. un ri ei of the striking steel woikeis In Hint district. The nun were laken to lull, each one c inline. I with conspllao and In timidation lo prevent men from working in Iho mills, and later they were ariiilgned liifoie tirover W lloyd. a Justice of the peace Kach was held In IS0O hall for u hearing next Thursday Those who were un able to furnish bond, and they enn st ll u ( el the inalorlly, were taken to il li-lit to tbe county jail al Washing ton, Pa. Ilxcepl seven, the men are forelgrieis II n said Tho raid was the culmination of a Campaign bv the nutholltie lo rid the (-tin ui 1 1 1 ni l s of men. who, they niiv, have been suspected of being Implicated In bomb explosions that have made Dorioia cum of the storm centers since Hie steel strike was called last September. It was rar lied nut soon after another explosion bad startled the town early today I'Vllx lluikhardt a carpenter em ployed by the American Steel Wire I'll., waa the victim, bis building be ing djitnaiieil, hut nonet of Us occu pants hurl. Shortly nfler tho explosion Lith uanian hnll was surrounded br po llceinen, some of them mounted Two constable fim-ed their horses up toe few steps leading from ling street to the building ami ruling down th regler aisle they ordered th man assembled there to leay. Aa they emergd from the building they were taken Into custody and ipilckly removed to th town Jail. WETS GET INJUNCTION St. Ixciila ledcral Judge, (inuila Ap iwal of Whlaky lilsllllcr guea tloixs War MeaiNurea. IW ST. LOI.IS, Dec b In granting a temporary Injunction to distillers of whisky here lodaV. restraining lulteil Slates District Attorney Henslev and Collector of Internal Itevetiile Monte from enforcing the Volstead wartime prohibition en forcement ail hs II concerns whisky and wines, l ederal Judge l-'arig not only iiieslloneil seriously the consti tutionality nf Ibis act. but went further and (jueslloiied the conatltu tlonalltr of the wartime prohibition act Itself ns It now operate. Judge Kri In hi decision de voted much pr to th iueilon of fact a lit whether the war Is In fact over and whether deiiiobilixatlon has In fact occurred. In this Honriectlon be quoted the president velo mes sage on Ih Volstead bill In which the president said the object of th wartime prohibition measure bad been "satisfied In the demobil isation of the army snd navy" As soon ns Judge Pans' decision becumu know-" thousand of -person swarmed to saloons f"r whisky and It estimated that many thousands of gallon were sold In two Instances pulue were Called to control th crowds SaK.on men reported a good run on wine nnd other alcoholic bever age Manv fanners drove In from nutlvlng clistricts to replenish their stocks Mother and Ilrother Are Held for Murder WLKI i Cal . I -.- r, W slier Ta bor said' t" I'd a brother of Miss Maud labor, whose body ws be lleve.l to have been found in a trunk at Ijiwton. Mi'b. w.s 'aken Into custody here todiy by Sheriff An drew- Calkins Mrs l.es'er Tabor. Ino'ber nf "ai re. T.ibor wns In oua-onv Ml miles fio'o be dispatch re. 1 ived accord .ng to M lore night. I oilsirler Held. I'llll'AH'l tier f. After a long chase through tbe we.t. deteellve. today i.irested Devil Tlerman audi t,,s wtf" on in I'l'lh tn.ent returned 111 ll oi-t'.n 'I'-x.is c-harg-'ng l.ir.'-nv hi bailee They are alb ire I to have e-.h.-zlcd inoie than $ "hi 'Hill Thev sie I. em held pending the uirival of offiee's from Texas M ascitis. Not ire petroleum l'du" No 47 4 A I and A M r.-pus-s you to mv M.t'le It M ItSOIlIC Hall Sit nr. I.11. De'-en.b'-l ti'b "Ills i,f- ri. ' 1 at 1 p i" f 1 P'l' ).',... i f t " .Im Mi it fuii'-r at of ) ,,,' ti.-r ii'iatu M I v In I "' V MIL- As in 1 . V .1 'I'' i' ,b: I- s as 1 lid" . le an e. II. .1. WOO l ON. W. M. ABLE TO ACI ON MEXICO 'f "J'' t "ML 'Vr.al In lha Woil.l PIHI.AI IIU'IIIA. Pa.. Dr'. a. Colonel Pali icVr"- Hurley ul TuW, ukla . ami Miss Itutb Wilson. Iu.ik liter of Admiral and Mr. I lent) l Wilson, were man let lieie today at the home of Wil liam Chapman, father of Mia VM.suii and tbe grandfather of Hie bible. The wedding ceremony was Hiliies-rd by only the Imme diate lelativcs of I las, families. The ceremony wit performed at the same lime of day ant III" sau.e place whet Admiral and Mrs W ilson weie mill i led Just 2ft yisus nan. f'olotiei lienrge It. (inclh.-tls. miii of tbe builder of I lie Panama ennui and with whom Colonel Hurley served In l-'rauce, officiated as lu-et 11,1111. The brldn Is beautiful and till -ente I and waa a leader In the Washington social set. Put Hurley fiom lull until Ih lime he entered lh war wua al totney n Washington for the Choctaw nation. Me was cited by tleiii-ral Ppiahlng for "gallantry In action" during Ihn battle of tb Argonne wbi In serving with tbe th regiment of field sttlbery Admiral Wilson, father of tb bijde, waa commander of the American fleet In r tench water during the eritlr period of the war and la now. commander In 1 bi'-f of Ih Atl.intlc fleet. Mr. and Mr. Hurley announce Ibev will h in Till, after the holiday mexicoTbtains german planes Chief of Army Air Serv ice Gives Senate In formation. WASHINHTON Dec t. Mexloo ha 4 war time airplane moblllaed at Chthiiahn. City alona. and l ob taining addlUnnal planes fiom tier many, aoeording to war department Information given to lha houae mili tary committee today by Hrlgadler Henaral Mitchell, chief of operation of the army air service. Th depart ment also haa Information, (leneral Mitchell said, that former plloia In the Herman army are arriving In Mexico for service In th army air forces there The I'nlted Slates, (leneral Mitchell said, haa produced prac tically no aertitl war equipment sine the armistice and conseuuen'ly I not capable of meeting any flrat fllss power In the air today, aa foreign countries have continued develop ment of wartime air equipment. Although the army own 100 for eign hull! pursuit planes (he could not be used for combatant work, he said, adding that they would be of value only for training duly aa they were out of dale. reportMcraft bill Serial Military Committee WanU) Cabinet Aeronautics Nt Helabllali rsl Oppose, linker aod Daniel.. WAHIIINHTON, Den. B Favor able report on a bill providing for the eiabllhment of a department of aeronautic waa recorded by the senate military committee. Th vote was I to 2. Senator Hllrhrork "I" Nebraska and l-'letcher of Florida, democrat, voted agalnat th meaur on th ground that It would complicate the gover nmental ma. blnery an I In crease rosta of operation The bill, wbb h baa been opposed before the committee by both Sec retarlc Haker anil Daniel. wo"ld place the department under th di rection of a chief of the air eervloo who would ti appointed by the pre Ident with I lie senate a Approval, and wool! be a member of Hie cabinet at a salary of $13 000 annually Th department would have control of tbe air servlcee of the army nnd navy, ye postofflc department and other iovernnient departments and would be charged with the develop ment of the s'lence of aeronautic both 1 ommerclally an I from a mili tary standpoint wini ii itie.i: si it vii ; im-. V'liate CiimnilHea- e for 10 I'er ( cut ItiiTcinse for All llraiic-lie. W ASHIN'tlTtiN. Dec :, - A flat Increase in pay of I 'I per cent fur officer and :'0 per cent for enlisted men of the army, navy nnd marine corps waa vole. I toilav by the sen ate inilrary ,,ff,iirs committee. The provl-vme of 'In- bill. if passed ,,,! ! nil I . " nnd mm to the pi r -II of Mie 11.1 itarv and naval e- a ' ! . i n 1 en 's Senators Visit Him and Discover He Is "Men tally Alert." GIVES OPINION SOON No Definite Conclusion Reached But Wilaon Op poses "Hasty Action." GOES OVER EVIDENCE Fall Will Send President Results of Investiga tions by Committee. WASIIINHTiiN'. Dee. h. -- Two eiiatnis. delegated by tbe foreign relation iciniiiilltee to confer with Pre sident Wlison on th Mexlca I crisis und report whether, In their is)ilnlon, th piesldenl, by reason of bis nines wa unable to exercise hi functions, left tb whits hnuia afler a conference of thre-iiiar-Irr of an hour with him today, agreeing that h wa In touch with rerent developments and wa men tally keen enough t,o form Judgment nn the queatlon confronting lha na tion. In the mldat nf the conference, while Senator Kail, republban of New Mexico, wa outlining the evi dence on which he la urging a break In diplomatic 1 elation, the presi dent and hi fallen were Informed that William o. Jenkins, th Ameri can consular agent at Puebla. Mex ico, J,Ua1 there, had been releaaed. Th advice left soma dfluht aa to Ih clicuinsiancea. but the develop ment wa accepted generally aa re lieving soipewbat relations between the two government The dlavuaalon with Ih president produced no definite conclusion aa to the Mexican relation, but It was regarded everywhere a bearing on a subject of end lea speculation In enngreaalonal circle th extant to which the long lllneaa of the ohltf executlv haa mad him physically Incapable of th duties of president, filva Advtcxa Soon. Propped up In bed, th president (Iked of many feature tof th Mexlcxan tangle. With a right hand and arm free above the bed cover, (he natori aaid, he (hook hand with (hem and took up and read paper which were on the table fee- Id him. He wag descrllwd a weak . and nervaua. but It wag uld ha Jetd about exaggerated report of hi lllneaa, and promised within a few day 10 aiv gongres hi advice on what It ahould do about Mexico. '"He appeared to be a) alck man," Senator Kail aald afterward, "but mentally alert and perfectly able lo cope with any queatlon with which he may have lo deal. Ha ap peared to me, certainly, In aa good mental rondltlen aa any man could b after being III for nine or 10 weeks.'' The other delegate of th com mittee, Senator Hitchcock, demo crat of Nebraska, aald th president seemed greatly Improved sine ha saw him two week ago. Mania to 11a n. "My opinion la that he haa bean vary alck man, but I Improving," Senator Hitchcock aald. "Ha ha a pretty good Idea of th Mexican sit uation, and although he did not gLa a final decision nn Ihe iibjcet. h Indicated that too many serious con siderations were Involved to war rant any haaty action." The conference with th president. whl'-h the foreign relation commu te decided to requrat yesterday, after Secretary lycnslng had told tt thai he had not aeen hla chief dur ing the recent Mexican negotiation, waa quickly arranged this morning. when the Iwo aenatnr got Into touch with the white houae. They were told that If they coneldered It urgent to see Mr. Wlison they would bs permuted lo do so. An appointment accordingly wa anunged for Hilt) o'clock In the afternoon. Senator Kail, as chairman of the uhcoiniiiitle w lib b Investigate ! Mexican relations, told the president much of Hie evidence turned up by the Inquiry, especially regarding th alleged activities of Mexloon offi cial In spreading bolshevik propa sanda In this country. I Kenslor Kali aiso save the rresl- dent a copy of hla resolution ask ing thai diplomatic recognition of I'arranra be withdrawn This reso lution now is before th foreign re lation committee, which will meet strain Motidav to act on It. II waa aald (he president expressed no final Judgment regaidlng it, but Indbated he would give bis advice to th committee or to congress by the end of th" Week When be returned to the eapPa'. c nvTiN'ni uv r tor. two HKI) CROSS CHRISTMAS SEALS I berewith enclose $ to purchase.., Red Cross Christmas Seals TO AID IN TDK KICMT AGAINST .THKUCt'LOSIS Make All Checks Payable to ;. KKNFKO. Treasurer Tfl.SA Tl'HKRCl'LOSIS ASS"N. 71 r, Daniel HI-ieT. :b ii-"