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THE SUNDAY OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER N rr A NKWSl Ai kis run civic nuDE, tub: home,-- -, a mritt rri tt r a F I N A L Kill I II IN V VOL. XIV, NO. 77 TULSA, OKLAHOMA, SUNDAY, .DECEMBER 14, 1019 roii i n 1 1; h r IN I llHr.l M ' PRICE 5 CENTS. TAKE GAS CAS Agaimt Legal Step Company Decided on By Committee. ASK FOR RECEIVERSHIP Marshall Indicates Possi ble Actibn in Talk Before City Club. OPPOSES COLLECTIONS Injunction May Be Asked for Halting Payment During Probe. A dv Ink's si: to begin legal pi'Ocoed- tha Oklahoma, Naturul ll:Sl lias 'i. li.il uf i f'nr'l"OI IMM...I.I l-aiiy at once wan the re nt conference yesterday l.otwcen Muyor ('. II. lllld Ins li'HH ..f I'll v Altorn com in II I y Kdwurd I' M.nsh.i !. Judge M- A. Itreckcn t'Af mill Flint M The ci-immlt-Irr r. presenting thn chamber of ceriiiiier ' ' curoposiid of A I bur ner, I t-- i Shaw and deorge Ulack im took part In the conference. "K'niv n. ember of the committee ,i. df- i.!.. moor J In Ihe matter I' l il. elded to lake definite or limi to inicdy the gas shortage Mur.il.n t , ; .. 1 1 1 ! ti r . " declared Judge. H-ii k nt :-li;i-, ihalrman of the cum .!!. ' W- also urge tluit any one oho kii"Ws of any available gu.i, or hii liu any gas to ''II to com rt.unii at" wi'h the committee at tnet. We want to hear from the p-ope who arc aiild fli have tried to a. IJ-gas to the company Wn are um-it'lv in need of Information con ren.ing anv gas that may bo had In this part of the atate." Ha declined In ra'e what the riaure of tha ao tlon Monday would lio. Ihiuhlo Ih-llusry I'ine. Musiiu-hs was rushing nt tint may r office jtatt-rdiiy with tha ther mometer mill hovering near th aero rr.atk, orders for coal and , wood poured In an font that thcia were til tuna of roul ordered ami atlll vndellvered lata last nig-)!'. Thl i!l all be delivered early thin morn It.,.' Mayor Hubbard Bald last night. ld pruiiiiaed that ihe delivery force nplo)ed ly the city to haul the Mai from tlia car to tha customer aouM he doubled Monday Anj Tnl.Hns wanting roal through the local dlitrlliutlon plan Iiiiiiik-i untfl l-y Mayor C II. Uuhhurd lire1 kJ to phone KfaRe 42I7-J on Sumlay and glvi their orders and th ro.il will be delivered to them. ' tn 'In- dklahoma Natural lias! reinnatiy be enjoined from the col-i in Hum (,f ((.is li I in in Tulsa during! tlif period of the next 90 da dur- : ltithii h tifne a thorough lnvesu-,.i-! tii-n can be made as to whether the iCuDipAi.y has made every reasonable, flurt 1.1 comply wllh the terms ui.ut ivh.rh il. e ra:e In th rates iir.iR iim past two Jirs have Pean l..ih.r:i 1 t,y tho slate corporation , mmnus.ii.,n ? . tins 1.1 tin ouestlon with which the ! er th-f ci.nuii'.' ei. of the Tulsa t'lty t ub ai.l wre.tle during the next few as the result of action In the fa'lcr '.iK. n at the JSnturday noun y I'lnci-.i'nn i.f tho oigaiuaitlon. I t.ii(. en a discussion of the gas I M:iii..ii f 1 i.ni i-yeiy angle a niolioo mtiiil.. I,- c. p. Merrill authorix "'l the cha.r to appoint a eoiumll "e nf ihr.-r sBK'ressive t ltlrens who (to before some Jiidtfo and re Y' the liijunc'lon outlined above. aubsututa motion prevailed that ' e mat i-r he referred to the civic ;mmlttfe. (.as Sent tay fTom TuIsji? , It as pointed out that every time tit is rs -s In Tulsa were boosted K is lompany secured the cou "n upon the grounds that the Mailional n.nney was needed to 4e-''"pitiot-gas to use InTulsg Instead ih.s f;e ,H in the weaiern part bf o developed and lln'gis j"il e . '-.-re. lias from the fields '"t li'". i I iiatiirallv supply Tulsa " p-iit.1-. , westward leaving the r ''I-.e lor- at ili, toercv of everv mercy "'U li, th r.'.r'h If the ""fd I s tn'im... ,. tl'TUte lH i.f H '"rs , t ,,, n ti.K that sweeps down from i-' i s coiu.anv lisa not de I'ln Ion, 1 1 leyi-tiun to His sui'plv .eg Tulsa with an I 1 1 1 V of nas, then meni- ' itv clns hold Its cua niitle) In s. refund, or 'urn to the f. inner rates. oul.i he properly ad - th, An iii which if, " hn - would he i-ffective. 'y A'torr ev V.lward IV Marshall ' I llsciivs ,,n and told of fir lai. .... nt the city h ' 1 j remedial meiiur'-s He 1 upon his desk there now, i . f 1 1 i i v pi ( pared court i t he a." ion of . I: ' 1 ' rernn. '-. ,,, wni, ,vll ), 'I. indicated that the pro- "'rr. .) r. . hw-.J 'be application for a . The - . ur tn cnnipary. ,innt of the gas comnany "'Oil,. Hs-.ns f,.r the insufficiency ' " line as pres.'nte,' to t directr.ra of rhe chani- ir r f,f , MO r at the Prld iv noon -was tead to Ihe club iry IV ( Edition Delayed "sMirn f IlorlJ1K . -erina whh h(. ,.,, r""piiiK dianiiH'nt ami "'- tl.T. ' """ ,ri'1" nnallitii-iit sll- """" bls Kane nuri '"i nemte.1 iv. n u..i..i "HI iMtn h r,..il,rr- E TO COURT Griffith and Screen Stars Aboard Missing Yacht Search Starts MIAMI, Kla., I -. 1.1. flih ma rine chasers ut1 ulrplnn. uia searching fr the yacht tiny Duck, which left h t l in .)iiy for Nassau, with I -mill W. ifiif filh, motion pli-turn producer, and a, party of 3 motion picture ai'.ioia. camera men and utheia Advlcra i inched here day the party haa not reached the Hiihutua Island capital. The yacht a iiiolma were known to lie glung trouble when tha (itey I inch, left thla port, A smaller boat, owned ly flur ton Munk of Nassau, wholkvl-to owna tha (iiay link, left here ahead of the firey Duck and ur rived In Nassau yesterday, ( uiila tsrumM from Niim.-.uii hy way of Now Vork hrouKht the flrxt word of the lirey Inu k a tnin-iirrlviil. The (Jrey Duck left this port Wednesday and iiil!B.i nhe etopped or chaiu'eil her roiir, ahould liave reached the Hahamaa the a;ime day. A seaplane which left here at 10 A. 10. today, w Irlcated l ack from NanKitii lifter (ho huum' acoutlnif over mljacenl Inlands, Hint no truce of Iho (ircy I u k had boen seen. 'J'he plane will re turn tomorrow, acoutmi' all tha way. A a'lff a'e haa l.een blowing off the cnat for the lout week. U wait feared that the (Iny Dick had motor troiihlo ami iinKht have Bono down In tha atorni. A lewnua cutter In m'outlng In waters te tween Miami and 'Naanan. Hlchard Hurthelineaa. well known artor, la onn of the oiiiu ber aboard tho yacht. Mr llarthelmeaa la playlnr tha iKiitlne part In the picture will h C.rlffl'h Ik muklnif lu Florida and the Huhnmu. Will J. Head, rfnayor of Kort Iuderduln, i-'la , and a wealthy real eatatn operator and his 18-yeax-old daughter, Marlon, wet on hrxird the (Jrey Duck. Others bealdea Orlffllh: Hurlon Mack, Namau hotel man; Master Kliuer Clifton, Mrs. Klmer (Mifton, Jack IJoyd, HkrUert Hutch, Mra. Jlerbert Sutch, J. II. Manning, U. W. Ultaor and Mra. 11 W. Httaer. h. Hltaer Head, K. Steffoa. V. gum mem, (..'oral Demptiter, Kobert II. Alexander, Tholtna ration. It. Macyuariia, A. ltandoljih, I'orter hlrong, Kdward I'hllpitt, Chuilis Snyder, Abraham Jlttmbtirg, Lo ican H. ItlllltiRSley and Ilit'.tle M. lilllliiKRley. THE WEATHER TriKA. ok! . r i -Vaiimasi, 23; c:ear. minimum. S: north wltl.lt (Ikl.AIUi.VIA : fcunilar anil UtahJar fair, rt111.1t t-uiprniurt l.l It'll' I ANA: giinday rl.rinf an.l tmirh rol.ler in sonll.eait portlnn with a roll wavp. tAiiera'lT fair ftnd eonttmiiol fn'd In norlnrast snd sniiMiwistt iKrtxi) (ir with to!, mir temt-eratura iu eerthwmi tirttnt, trrr.nng U cl , Jlfon dav 'a-r ri.inf tnni..liir. A K H A S H A Wniilar -and Monilay fair riao. leinp.il'.ir. TAT ThX.!: Fnday (air . rlieg trmreratlire eacept .'-Jf-. In 'lower Km Cirnn.l" a Mo'iila. (a-r. warm.r WKST TKMH: Similar fair, niio-h eald In aiirin irlKi:, mnnrt In Iha Pan- hand.e : Idonuar (air, prebau.y aon.ekat warmer. . ... h.NSAl": r.rr '""jri'ladds. If Its members could be some d. untilUed .nd rol so oohl 1 COXTlKl''n OM PAIig yiFTKr.K. Little Boy of Leonard, Okla., Remembers Poor Kiddies Here "And a little child shall lead them." I.lttle Norman f Dl' kasnn of lennaril. ikla . ba-t lie.ird the ap peal of the eniptv h'oi kings In Tulsa and while wrlinn! to Santa Claua through Thn Wor d for 'a bugle, a drum and a great big flag" he ill-In t forget to send a dollar to help take car- of tha poor kiddies cf the great oil nn tropoi LB This Munday morning when ymi people who hive rsissed the age when you looked forward many reks to a stuffed sto. king on Clinstmas morn re.i 1 ifi" appi al of this little boy It H cr'ain thnt Ihe Worlds empty stoking fund w ill take a big juii'i1. 1'he letter, wntten In li.lldlsh era is I. follows Iss.nnrd. (ikla., Tulsn Uorbl. rioasr put m ltii-r in )our pn"r for Santa ( Inns "lr santa Claim: Tnl'a. Okla. fleaw bring mi a luigb'. ft drum, nnil a mill big flaK so I can day wdger NiV. A Im-fclo nnd fin- -gin. Take Mniimo ninl s-tuarl u suloiiii.bllc. Hi.-, lite In Mabaiiia. X nf take linn ! shot ci il.dllr Slw li,- wl'li (.raildmama In (Vdimitnis, (.a. Anil h'To Is a -tollar for Mi" einpiT sn-k In Tulsa. I am n lu ll,, Ho.. I it but lle In lasiiiaiiril. 9 More Shopping Days Ik-forc Christmas Make Tul. a a healthy city liuv Christ rna.s Srals. LABOR ADVISED TO USEB ALLOT Leaders Decide to Obtain Kedress by Political Weapons. NOT FORlHIRD PARTY No Mention Made of One; Work Through Existing Organization Is Plan. RADICALS ARE CONDEMNED Workers Told to Stamp Out Destructive Elements; At tack Court Power. tVAHIII.MlTO.V. Dec. is - A dec laration of principles was adopted here tonluht by the muff relict, of Jin-Hldchts of labor unions affiliated Willi the American J-'edei ailun of Uihnr. It calls on uil workers to s"ok re, It-ess of tlwir gi'levani-es by political pressure, n esu mahly thiniiKh rxisting parties, as no inen llon Is mudu of a labor party. Iiwucs which faco union labor re unite iinliy uf effort, If 'IniliiHliial tyranny is to bo avoided." tho dec laration said. It denounces the use of Injunction proceedings 111 the mine s'rlliH and criticises the "usurpation of tinronstitiilioiial nuihorlty bv the Judiciary." 'J ho declaration hail tha approval of l'res.dent rUmiii-l (loin-pi-is of thn Anim l. an l-'ederalion ot Iibur. Numerous resolutions were Introducej and ntlemp's were Hindu ;o change the draft without iuciim i'lilidcinil Itaillcals. Kadical activities were I'otidemned bv ihn ronferenco and workers were tirgiel to Hl,i lu stamping out "de structive elements" in their own ranks. At the same time dangers that lay on the other side were not ed, "for poweiful forces are seeking more and more to infringe upon the 'rights of the kace earners and deny I to him the right to cease w ork." the declaration said. Tho "perversion and abute of the writ of Injunction." w enumerated among liiese. The declaration urged congress to enact legislation retain ing th railroads under fmtrral con trol for "at leant two years after .lanuarv 1 1 920," to permit detailed 'smdy of the situation an,) suve the I country "another increase in trans portation rates." I The fixing of wsgea on a eost of I living basis was strongly disapproved !by the conference. "That Idea Is pernicious and In tolerable" the declaration sal.l "It tfne.iris putting tirov'ress In chains and llbertv III fetters ) means fix ing a standard of life And liberty which mnt remain fixed oppose (litiu ilns Hill. Thn nn'.l s'rlke provisions of the I'nmmlns railroad Mil were if--Merlbe.l as establishing, by legisla tion. Involuntary servitude." hll labor has r.it n to the world thn faults cf Its opponents. It p. is ove-;ooked none of i s own. the liiiaritiou said I' Is "fnllv run-m-...us i f I's dutv aud desires that l' ;ieiti-ii.il product nil y be used for sen ice nnd not alone fur jtrofltn " I s program would aid In nupplylng the world needs, the declaration I am six ycsirs ltl. My name) l .Norman ('. Iiliks-uui. I". s.. I inn t forgH my motlirr anil my limldy." Now who ;s there In Tulsi that will not folli'W the lead or llttl. t-ve.ir-.id N'ormaii Dl-kason? Wbllti reminding Furrta I'la-is of what h" wants the generous IIM n la I do'-sTi t want any empty stock lugs In T i!sa . be sends alone his lr. a' The Woild thanks ou. leopard. Tie einl'tf s'fwklng ffiVid la-t year ti.ta'e, $I,.'7J, tut Mr Web h of tim humane society to.1 1 lu W"il, ve'Cerday that more niot-.e- w'iiil-1 l.e needed this t iirif : ma -ii at; i poor ( 'f CUIUS' , 'ast Jill funds I.Ms 11 any el to th liiip'y I i the vea r Tul a f.I'M r lo w ho were hi !p"d H-e.l cl.ari'y W III ia-. pit there are i S" Mr. We'ch tol's Sticking "dl'or lhat at b ii $3 6 roi; I 1 "On will I e needed, i ml 0 was reifitel yi s'erday i if l i-i'i possM.lt that ricri iii-l i.ai-ty Tn'si will bate any M.-okini-s empty. II t tt ta.es iiiach dr. 'o I iiv t' e presen's for t ,,. h o- -Ii -! i .' I id !! - " -ie i e i- oi- tn ;r i In-, k toilny Mete s the wsy ttie fund 'ands th s mot mug As pret...,sly reported I3fl 41 i.O Jane Ad. Ian. s (. hauta .'iua il V Pt.rs II i- y-igier . o M '! Z-iier . I ash 1 oa z no I O'l 1 I I) 2 "t j in) i.O r. no l . 1 i r,j I (II) Jo Di Mr Itennett .-'1 iw i Hen and It a M 'S arty K D W a iron . 'harl.--. Is I.as'i . . . M !' s K I'e S if 'I : -f J W. ll..gtii a S Sh-i'i.i -iv . . N"i loan i I ! ka-on I j- -T .! d. I iK la. ... Tots ' Johnson Flings Hat Into Ring to Make Vigorous Campaign k-Sk. I B JT -w. T C?EN. MlOAM I 1 nnri 1 Johnson Mnnior M Irani W. Johiiwm. " WArtMlNOTtKN. llee. H Senator Mlrain W. Johnson nf California an nounced formally tonight that be would be a candidate for the. repub lican nomination for Iho prewpienrv. The senator eald he would make a personal campn.gu lu I'li-i v s' lts. explaining that he did not Intend lo have hia candidacy determined I j 'politicians In convention." PLAN IS WRONG, GARFIELD SAYS Principles bf Wilson Coal Settlement Is Attacked as "Inequitable. ACCEPTS RESIGNATION Fuel Administrator Refuses to Make Public His letter Before Senate. WASrilVtlTON. iec. U - Prin ciples iin.lcrl vine President Wllwui's ! plan for the seitiement of Ihe coal i strike, iiccepted by the miners, me "fiindutnentally wrong as a matierof I govei ntnen'," Dr. Ilarrv A. Harfleld, fwleral funi ndmlnlsirator until to day, told a h.iHillv assembled auh , cotnmlttee of Hie senate tonight. Ills : n mii:iiii' Inn. sent to president Wilson j beojiuse of his views, was accepted today wl'h those of on or two of his associates, ho said ' While kli-'cui.sini; with some free- i ilnm "4 cleavage in the cabinet" caused by the s'rike negotiations. Doctor (larf eld withheld answers to. Ties'lons by Senator I Velingb u vsen. republican "f New Jersey, chairman of the sub-committee, on mat tern be regarded as touching confidential In tercourse with his former aiwow-intoM during the strike period Me adhered o this rofuaal. though Senator Tiriytisi-nd. r pi Idiean of Michigan' tt. aK..,.n-... rIontaiu. Joined the rhalnnan In urging replies, and he also, refused to furnish n copy of his letter of resignation, which ha Indicated hod ex-plained his views to the presi de ti t- Oill OthPTa Iit. Penator I "i elinglvu ywn lnllma'e.1 1 1 1 : Aliornev (leneral Palmer an I other nffo-Lils conneried with 'he 'ilke sottlemeril would be called later. "My nh'eoiion." Toctnr flai-Hi-hl co.vTiHtfn om r.tog rirrKtst. !JHsH UII.I.AHI (;IVIJ ItOM. Ioniier Champion's Hearing S-t t-r Jan. S on lrxrttcrlng t'liargn. KANSAS CITY Dec. 1 .1 - -Jew Willard. former rii-Avy weight pngll . leic ch.iuii.H.n. was ar-raiirriei tie- fore ri ij cinflin. Jr. I'nlted S'a'ial : rorriinl'-eiotier f-.r Katras. lu the. federal b Hiding In Kansas City ' Kan . 'ii't.iy on a charge of ptofl'ecr I ! ing in the mi. of . ordwood from his farm near lTn.-, K in. Hisi ; preliminary hesrlrg wsssyi for Jan f uaiy It, !;o. and he wua released on j , la (10 tuitid I I Woman lilt Ily nio. ; '.1 rs I e.i 1 1 w ar.l. J ' 1 '"r''i Purldr wis ko - ke. .l.-.n hv no. iiiiti-i.-:U n' I-' ml and ll-.-.'ler yi--.i-'!iv nf'ertoon. ..is'i't.ir.g a c0: e.,s . .n cf tie bra. 'i and t'o---inliries j;h'i w-ia lakeri lo a "".! lio-pltal, whete her coniliMon as !sa' l to be serl ma late ia-t ny! t Naive i f tl. ilr.yer of the a to wai no es'-erf'ilried. CIIANOK OF .LOCATIOX Dr. Burhaus DKNTIST his moved bis off . e t i It. ...in 1" Iprl.s.d Pu-..(ig. i -tner .f Third and p.-..' -e Appoint by I ho,-. I isage 5.1 19. STATE TO TAKE OVER ALL GOAL Koftertsmi to t'ommandeer All Coal l'rotliiflion in Oklahoma WHITEHURST IS NAMED (lovenior Appoinla President i of AKricul.ural P.1(a,L an iMiel Ailministratiir. KEEP SUPPLY WITHIN STATE None to Pe Sold Outside; Operators Warned to Obey New I nst ructions.1 1 M Al.l'STKH, Ok In . Dec. 1 "I All hltiin.iiiouH coil pinduce.l In iikla ! hniiia in I lie ibstiicls under marital! law Is commandeered In the slate! under an order lnsued l. Hot. J. It A. Ilobertson today. j .1. A Whltehur.'it, president of the stnta board of aiti icii it ore. Is named 11s state fuel admlnls'rator In (iov-l ernor Kuberlaon's older and wilt su-tpurt. perMi.n the d 11. 1 1 1 1. 11 1 Ion of coal! Tim con fm iioe coveted a wlda ' mined l-v volnnleeiN 111 the past uni'i' of s.ilio is, and a luief otfl I week. The coal will be sold nthl'idal aialeineni i-.uue, lonight teconls lin dklahoma. Itbat "eatlsfacloi y agroi-mcn is eie iipei.iiors who refuse lo abide by j the inline will be dealt wllh hy the. i M I II t A to.lltlll V 11 II t I. ol-l I I u , l-.l 1 1. If I 1 by the ( i o 1 or k " ei n.'i n in in-1 , .1 1 1 nun g 11 nu ; to the govei 111 s 01 del , Although nu slaieii.ent to that effect whs Issued, this wis taken to mean that mart nil 1 I la w will be continued Hi the mining il ' production , ' districts until normal again lias been reached All volun ' ti er coal diitgeia w.ll b ite retut lied i to their homes by tomorrow morn ; Ing Two iletachmenis of guardsmen, "u men In each detachment, will hn i l b" London political writers are left on duty here until martial law, at w Ida mhhiiicc ii-Kir.ling the pro has been suspends. I. I cee.llma of the conference, none of - tin in apparently being i rally III- PLAN WHEAT STRIKE giir.llng the reason for Ambassador -Davis -resenci, flie a ml'ii-e a.tor told ( 1 1 r Ausoc:aif' l l'te--s toi.lKbt that no I. W. W, Trial teHoa IMiIi-im o of ; propoaals firm Die conference to Intentions of llisls to Miaitn AiiiiTloaJi Aniusl IWw KA.NHAS I'lTV, Dec. 1.1.- Alleged actlvlllisx of the 1. W. W. to bring about a genernl sinks In the w lion I fields In m and Uius "to starve ihe army" were brought out by the g.iveinmegt In testimony Introduced unlay In Ihn trial of JJ alleged inom- l.ers of the org.uiixallon In (hn fed --ral district court in Kansas en y, ' Kan. I Wi'nesses for the government told I of their operations when they acted ins 'sib isiis" or saboteurs, as they were known by their comrsites, ror ihe organlr.stlnn. l'runk (1- Wartlike, .10 yenis old. who said lis was a reformed I. V. W.. was a govern- inent witness Me testified that eooi( I after he Joined thai organization !' Mill' 1H. lie was mail" an organ ,,'fr and assigned to the "straw" i wheat belt. He told of organiz ing "flying squadrons " r.f workers and of a.'s.stlng In teaching the doe. trlnes of tha 'ono big union" lo all be mW. (jueailoned ss to activities which were expeoled to result In a gener al strike In Ihe wheat fields lu 1 ' '. i -rs nee nod Knrlsnd slid Italv This he said . ' jcounci! will nee' some'lnies In Paris "They desired In starva the annyilUl, ,n,e'lnies In l.on.bin and will and belleviid that was a good w ay i ,!,, pri cl.ally ltui.-!.iri and to pierM-iiL themsalvea from being j Turk Ish problems. .sent into the service." I .- - While In a tall In North Dakota, where he aalil h" was arresid in ttie summer of lf17, Wermke teiitl f.ed that the Judge of the court took an li''i-r'-i Iti him Through In" coni et s 1 1 ions wl'h 'be Judge. the wl'ta-s sa d. he beg in to see thing" n a .l.fr.-ronl l.gh' .'"-I ben i - , l.ise-l ft. .in Jail, j. illie, the mlilV I Me t.s'ifi.-.l thai be had s-i I --! i .on'bs in ihe aimy. II of wbi -h, were spoilt In frame i IVAnnunzio to Depart; Finnip A nn-rmrnl .Made Til I PCTK. De.v IK It Is s nniti'-e 1 n ii of f if i il'y. that an ii'" ttient liihoi-n iiiilin'l rl Annu' in : an, 1 the I-..;. all k-o . e i I-II , e II t has b. 11 i.-i.h.-l " D Am..,! it Is s' i ! I will i.. ,- . :i i.'i.toe t atelv. .. well as his ti. ...ps. who w.ll l.e r- ; p'-icol I,.- tegull-s .... - j iTI MIX Ml NOT .V.Ht.V.' , In Session for rrrl Hours SlrlWe1 lilllllllllee ilolirilv WASHINGTON. In H- Afi'r 1 i tar It; r-'.M - -n f "f ' v ' r I lo - i M t.e ...lull, '., Ill !;.i!re f,f the .- ' I H-erl... ,-...( ths a f ' el r. - e . ti oc'il v o .-' ,. k . on b t w 1 bo :t l:.l !.n a f -. ' '--ti on t lie proposal lo a i. "f f the I ll.e . ..... . .. ... n't',- l!.j'.-is at It DeMior, A- '.. . l.e:. S ihin - Alt 1 New ork Life In surance Co. AgelltS Farmer & Duran :oj 'since lll.tg lie.lie .t MOVE TO END DEADLOCK ON PEACE PACT TREATY REPORTS DENIED BY DAVIS Ainliassadtir at. l.tiiitlnni ! Parley Denies (mipn- ' I t fit 11 1 in ise is j aiKt'ti. j"RCH AGREEMENT' Allies Still Solidified, Siih Official Statement as Con- i ference Closes. ; I.iiMiiiN, Dec II -The Kiiiish pinne minister, David l.li.y.l ile.uge, and the l ietn h premier, M I'bmen ...lil. I nil I K I it colnpii'le.l a llilee .lay Konfeience mi tho main oiC.'iliind.ng I lili-t li.il .-li;i I illrsinns r- ,i 1 lnai to tho peace settlement, pi'Hic, p. 1 1 1 y that concei iiliij; Tutliey. 'I lie Ann 1 lea 11, .lapani.se ami liiallan amloiHs.i.ti.rs .ii.l I'l.-n. h and I'l iilsli f in.iii.-i.. I cu pel is M'-ip calie.i in al ajlnuH times Jiile Hie .1:1 foielall III I ul-l r, Nivuor Hcluli.u. took h prominent ail He, i 00 all oolsiamlitiK points." H.i far 11s Is known the Ain.Tl.jin 11t11bas-1a1l.il, John W Davis, p.irtlel- oh 1 e.i only 111 1 ne .1 .1 1 111 1 11 , orsnui. le denied lh.. 1. pint hiiiIkIiI that the con ference bid submitted pi oposa la to J'i es lug of Htdenl Wlliein for Hie r tamp-I the treaty and lh.it he h id he ailed in to .iiscuss them w bat as allied of bun, or ttliat ndtlce, he may I Cl.leil. hive glvni. Is carefully con 'I'reaidcut Wilson had been brought ! to h a ain ti'lon at D iw-nti,g sireet. Ills presence at Ihe conf ei ence. he declare, bad no such connnclloty "The conferences were marked by the inmost onrd'alHv and satisfactory asrei merits win. rea.-lte.f on all out st.'indliig points The three days' meetings srvd lo confirm Ihe com plele solidarity of the allies," the stall-merit concluded .IKIIl,.n ituMI'ltoMI !' 0's",, u ,"l,,MloMI V. 1 III.- M Ml KIX l-Wltl H. I Aids, Dec. 11 As a result uf Ihe conferences being he, at Ixindon by I'temleis IJoyd (lenrge and Cle inenceau the American government will be imtlfled lhat In order to fa fTlltale a compromise between s-t-Vess pnrtles In the American Senate the allies, are w illing to H'-repI, to as treat an e,ent as possible, some of 'he ri sert at Ions to the 'eiailles 'reatv in ride hv the foielgn rel.illoiia comml'tee aecordltig to ttie Matin. If Is aald Ihe allies will do every Ihlng In order that America may pin tliipii'e In f'H.im conferences Important problems thn riewwpa iier says will henceforth be settled i bv a ii.iiniil nf th tiremlers of Report Villa Holds Am&cdn for $10,000 Ransom Payment I- A i . I , , )' '': '!' Ani.-to n. ..o-l, M. i I ' on 'lo- bm l'i li n Mr. inn i n at ton said had ' o. . in . i i.i.ci r I eon rreeneil I f I I ' I - ' ' If ' In- ' ' I Inr. I. , il-ii. I. S nf I'ti'd II liuC- wnen. ..n ..w- t . a ! '' II. fl l y the relic's for II" I raoMoui II igo is oninaaer of ths J M I. .I it - t I i- bear M'l'''i:. i '..a lio -'a Dei i.'s 't l.ls ip'-ire a"' " 'Ihe t . vv . m I a l ' I il'" s ore 1 1 ' . I I s ' I ' ' ' I"-- ' '' ' r ,..s no.n.v I- I. P -' P.- ! I " 11 1 ' " f M I " I' I' I'""'" a ' 'I'' I' !- .'' ' "'I'" '' !,.. V.-n '-. . w .s l r ' d " I" "I .atei . P '! '' . v. , , I . ! t M. v .,. s r., '"'" " " '' Vllisas f r ran , ; m ' v . . . , ' f ... . .. lo ,1T . ..." ro a I V ere i. et ... 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Il.ilr c.llled .1 c it 1 he I I -II I I'e OIIHI 1 -111 New Volk on December the I I tut I . . nt h 1 iito pull- ti clot h.tiK - h p'aus foi a 11.1il011.il r pi ice I o-l 10 1 1 ill III 1 I.e formulated The lltolel stood, will run sales II I" no t lit ough .1 . 0 11. 1 1 v an II Is pl.i'iio'l 'bat nl 1 'ehr on iv. inerchiiuta display In Ihelr store a f I UK pill - cbiisir.K unit sod iiiia.tige to sell a complete outfit lor a nun or woman al thai pi he All In tut lea would be el 1 m lusted It Is pioli able lhat el'bet Mi l-'lgg or At torney tlemial I'alinrr will Issue a siatemeiil to tlif iuhllc n plHlolrig the pin pose of the sales. I I01I1111K maniirai Hirers mid re. talleta ale 11 t.idei si ood to have gHen their full support to the plan and believe they will be able to effect a reduction In prices to the public. ASKS FOR PROBE OF RAIL BACKERS ' . . - . : Nnrris Diunands invesLi- , - . ) gallon QT OllppOr. 01 Measure. Ws.HIIINi!TO.V. Ili'iV U The long drawn out debate on the (uni liilns i i.Im.ii-I hill was liiterruptetl lodiiy by a demand, put In the form of a resolution, thai lbs senate In vesiilgaie reports that vnsl sums "f money bad been raised lo help put thn measure II. rough rongresa The Invneilgallun resolution wa Introduced by Henator Noriis, repub lican of Ni.hrassa, at the conclusion of a flve-duy address bv Henamr Im folletle, refillbllcail of Wlieonslll, who raked the bill fore and aft. and declared It waa framed In Ihe Inter eat of the railroads. Penntor Ia rollelte charged that the railway executives' aaeoclatlon and oilier Interests had provided funds for nronaKsnda iiiirposia. i Senator Norrls who Ud the puh I lie had a right to know If sinister I Influences were trying serreily to 'bring iiboiit enarftnen I of Ihe Cuni imlns bill, raised no objeisiliin to a proposal by senator pomerene, dein ocial of fililo, that the aena'e Inler sliite commerce committee, to which the resolution wua referred In vestliam reports lhat advocaies of the plumb plan for railroad control j bad liO'ifi.n'il lo expend lu mi if I foil lo fori adoption by congn-sa i of the trl purtit" a'sti-m they pro- posed I Warning was gnen by republican lenders today thai failure to dispose of ihe railroad hill next week might force abandonment of plans for a holiday recess a'arllng November ;0 While strong opposl'lon ha devel oped o the pending measure, lead ers claimed Its nl'lmste passage was certain, even If by a narrowr mr in ,V-,f, vi-te In llii-o- rei t. il n 1 1 a n so i Is icn I for t .a ""nm proved to mi error lu wire jMAIL THIS TODAY C1IIMSTMAS OKI KK COIWON For Mail StJ 1 mi ii jt io i i s in Oklahoma. Not (loot! After I )((( inlii r lilth 'Fills. Ii.iily U'oi ltl, 'I'iiN.t, ( )kla. Hate. ...i... I want to take ndvantap'' of your money-saving offer lirlnw and I (iieloM- rt niittant'c to cover. 0?",.!l.i, Daily ami Sunday World, ono vear, saves I I's I n i I - World only, ono year, saveg $1.03. 1 .'.'', S'linday World only, one j ear, sa cs TiTic, Name . ., Allr.-s". , li.ni '!,lte If i 1 1 va 1 1 n ark X lo re . . YOU SAVK $1.55 ON' DAILY AN0SIMA-V WOUFD AT $..!.. A YHAU KnoxPropoaes to Bring: War to Knd Senate Delays Action. lAWAIT WILSON'S PLAN Lodge Says He Must First Act But Will oCnsider President's Offer. EUROPE IS IN PARLEY Senate Heart Allied Capi tals Negotiate on Ac cepting Reservations. MAY LEUEAGUE WAIT Underwood For Proposal to Ratify Treaty With out Covenant" Now. WAHIIINdT' N, Dec. 13. Ill fltst deflulln move toward breaking Ihe senate, deudlock on the Herman pi in e ti i-aly cuius unexpectedly lata today on Ihe heels uf nearly (lire hours of heated discussion of re sponsibility for the treaty situation. Senator Knox, republican, Penn srlvanla, asked Immediate considera tion for two resolution On would revive his former proposal for ratifi cation of the treaty nf Versatile so fur as It would establish peace be tween the United State and Oer many; tha other was similar to the pending Dodge resolution and would declare a slate of peace with Ger many, tha other waa similar to th proy-il of tha president Senator IlltchcocU, Nebraska, ad ministration leader, ohjeuted to con sideration of both resolutions and. under Ui rules, th antlr matter went over until neat week, Mr, Hitchcock's objection war mad despite an agreement by Sen ator lii.lerwood. democrat, Alabama, prominent among democratic leader In Ihe treaty contest) Senator Wran degee. republluan, Connecticut, lead er In the faction seeking the treaty' defeat, and others to support th Knox resolution. Hunipe) Onnalilcra riaav Senator Knox's proposals ram after hot exchange between repub lican and democratic leaders over the status of the treaty. It waa rolnoldent with reports from ICuropean capital lhat the negotiation were under way toward acceptance of aoui senat reservations to ths peace treaty with a view to bringing America Into th -foreign peace conferences. Overtures for a compromise on th treaty itinie from boil republican nnd democratic sides. During Its de dans Senator Nidge declared that President Wilson must take th Initi ative towards reviving action on Ihe treaty, but offered to ronsldsr carefully any auggeatlons with regard to the senate commute reserva tions Mr Wilson might make. Senator llltrhebck urged a com promise through a commute of conciliation and aald ha "held out Ihe olive branch." During tlia . discussion, howavftn Senator m'0,,cock said h wotlTd make no motion to bring upth peace treaty until eom understand ing had been' reached In rnnferenr between republican and democratic lender. "The time for debate has passed." be said "I think It would be ver unwise to In log It In and have It kuki'd around like a football." Discussion of the treaty was start ed by Senator I'tiderwood during de hute on ihe railroad bl't, blocking iviNTIM't l N I'Jt'iK TWO. tr iTi,e will w gttrn.