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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, DECEMBER I I. 1011. IS PLEAD FOR IRISH RECOGNITION Arguments Continued Be fore House ruit-ij;n Committee. DECISION REACHED V Adjournment Is Taken After Another btormy Je-sion on Mason Bill. U'ASIMN'iiTnN, !. IS. Argu . .. i m.i .in. Inn. nil JC II It ul 1111 mn 1 I ' "ft"' . ..i .. .. I t I, .i oil! IIUII 11 lonay i.i-iwie i.o imriKii iiffalis commute. H considering lMl t" lP- f uols Id setin uipiumiiui uliliil ...i ,,.ns.il.ir representatives U' i ri d r.l ( . III" rcpuiiui ll.nlcl I V JliBlH )HlllP! K ,f ih'- New 1 OI K supreme i uuii, i s nf various irwn or- In this country n i 1 llie til. Coha .. ..,-7.lIi '"' ., . I. ui'iiii nil lilll Hot t,i lli.l" 1 "' 1 rl" " ' "' ,,, would follow out Hie self-do-,,rn-.ifi.ili"ii pledges of Tresidenl Wilson, lull would stabilize I ho tu iHKliiiK tepuhllc n1 convince tffllt It: II. 1111 null uer uiniiiiniiii'ii Ireland muni lie Jrreuuereu m Minis the iirKiini-iit fur the hill, llourhe 1 '" iiran or .-cw iuik uu iirfil i-.iiiiii:iiii in Ireland "inf iiilu-. i- norse" Ihiin they m In Cuba lin llir Tinted Mutes Intervened OpMlH-H Kill. Til only speaker opposing the hill taws llil' u' lieotga U. Kog of .New Haven. Cnn..' who I'otl nine. I t.'ir n'l-i'i'li hcgan yesterday In l-ni-'iil (Ii-iii.iI Hint the rt puiiic.in Jlirilll.l i l '' functioning Sllffl- ,i.iiiI)' I,. iIisi-ivb recognition. 1 1 rt UMrli-d tli.it the movement did not mo I In- united support lialmd for II in lrraml. iind Unit niany stories f n.lirp.itnnMit of tin1 It Isli by ltiit ,(ti autliuilin h were mytliH. A l-.g crowd again wiui attracted I,, in.- touring ami although t ho scs nun a.i not " tumultuous a es linUy. there were frequent bursts of niiplauM' Tins it .i.i t inn lis existed In Ire land, Mr. On k ran mild, since the Noiinmi nti'iui'i-l. It was evident, he a.IJoi tinl 'Kiigland can never gov ern I'liaii l in any other wuy." Akf.l if lii f.ivurtd war In ran Kimuii't took offi't.Ho hi iiufl-act' of ih-i.i i. M' roi kraii Maid IiIh rep y u lliit of Uni oln l.eforii Dm civil jr. wiii-ii In; Mid ''lit iiH riot he f'ih:niel h thream of danger o our roriir) and duiiKeonit for uur-t:a-l That I my answer," repeated I'.Kkiun. "tu a nuestioti of what may fnilow an ac.i of JiiHtine by Ine .tmrrii'uii ie..i!e." Mr I'o'kiaii nald dlploniati ' P'CI'IH'ol WOuld hll A "niOHt fiirmulaiile step Kmurd Ii l.--li freu- iljnr' 'I4' I'idlcy, Arsulni; l.'i.il roliKiei-t hui prece nl f ir nuh iieiinn, h riled the L'.'ii of Ho. Culled State toward "jl'M. I'urlii Kii-o and the I'hilllp i iirn and as ite.l Unit Sinn 1'i'ln rourlK rri' f iini'tioniiiK III a. I pait "I Ire and. nn-ept Hi lfiml and I'u I lin. I Knr llnee i iiiitirlen, Mr. ('orkiiinj .mJ. Ili:iifh lawn linn denied (he, I n luiul owm rahlp and kept them ' .Ii j,mTty 'After. Hie repeal of thei; laws, I I'-. eu:nis esta hlmhed under them I ti'iiii.el. ' he d. cared. "rh Il ls'! n. f . annul lm exteriniiiati d 'I'll it t tnel for three ci'iit wrl.'s and ' Iji.ril f it i nun. t he i xterinlna ed. ' i.fii the lr..sh tare mimt he einan-ii-atrJ " i ai-:,on , (:,ken hy the eom- i1 timer wlnrd adjourned with the "inn .i.i . iiieiii that the leKiaiation I 'i'JIl to- IllKen under miIvIn -menf nitli altliudo and desiructive n-ilo ' iiiiivi Kur way to tlin new form itnl new lelatioiid tietween em ployer an j emploje. "laihor fully uiidernlandt that powerful Interm'H am at work lodav in H'liifvn reaction In linluaiiy if pownhle," (he decliiralion fun. lu lled. "They neek to dlMhand or crip ple the iii'RaiiizatloriH of workers Milt labor ilium he and will he mili tant In the KiriiKKle to rniuhul thee Klnmrer Influencea and tendi in n It wl.l not pHi-mit a leduriinn in the Mtandard of liv.nir. nor will It ronneni to a reaction lowar.la atiioriutir i-nn-irol In ihls it fi-i i0 u la pel fornilntf u public aervlce." The ritthl of federal, male and mu nicipal i-mphiyia io oiKaiiie and affl.ute with the Amerliun KediTil Hon of lahnr a:o wan defended. Inierei of ihene worker, the ta:e mi rit arKued, could beat he promoted IhroiiKh leKlhlat.on and n.lmlnliitra- loii,,hut Ihelr rlKhta mint he nafe k'uarde.l fully through their own ur K.iiila'lonri Adop'lon of the jiem-e treaty wan uiKeil, that "pei.plen may know to whom (hiy (iwe a Hi k lain.. Iiouiidar. .ih may he flv and credit and e- ch.iiine may rexain the loin voltaxe I no treiiiVN labor provmioiiM were li'domed ami Ii wax dei-lared thai i nlv IhroiiKh them could the'HIand- aid of working coinln oma through out the world he lifted. I.ihora propOn N, toihinl! led In l'iei.h'iii UIImiiih firm Industrial i-on fi ri-nce, w ere reltcl aleit and llie atiiiude and tlon of the employ era itrouji at the confeiencn bitterly awuiHeil. PLAN IS WRONG, GARFIELD SAYS rONTIVITli Klti'M IA(F ON K. aid of the settlement plan, "goen to the point that the roiiiiiilaHion. which I undiiMtand wll be net up to decide wiiKiM and price, a rum poaed of three memhem. one lo he n miner, another to.be a coal mine operator and the third lo represent the genprnl public. I'nder It, the public, which Ih the chief parly nl iniereNl. would always ,e In the minority." "Han it been your enperlence with the coal Industry that employes and ehployera have a common Interest In Increasing wageH and costs and parsing-I hat Increase on lo the pub lic In prices?" Senator Townsend naked. "TIipv may have that rominin Interest,'' Jim-tor (iarfield respond ed, iiallfying his answer by saying that he was not charging that this would be the result "I hellevej that I represent the real opinion of the president in the matter." he said later, "that is, if I were ahl to see bun and talk H ! or, because 1 know his mind." No I"i(Wct 0rr Wagt-x. KlHooaniiiK proposals which he lulinil'l I to the cabinet, lioclor, liarfleld aald: "1 had no power under the I. ever; act lo fix wnjcra, but did have powt r lo flj prices, and the dctai in ,n ' t ion of reason, il'le prices Involved fmnl ly a deieruiliia.loii of i caoualilo wages. I drew up a statement of principles which I ilioughi -h."i! I govern the determination of ihhoii ahls wages, and stibuiltled Ihein ,o Ih cabinet. " I "They were with you on that ' statement?" Ktnalor 1'rellnghu.v.iiii asked "Ye, except (is Id the second of the principles slated." I initio Huiv field Dsponded '"noil was one which silrl the nveinge wage of workers In the ludusuv oughi to he taken as a guide In liifltlg Inrieases allowed lo meet llie cost of livini; and not the wages of a single group Secretary of laihor W'l.son .n.i 'd the Iscreases so given to be estiniui ed on the wsge of pick minors " "What was your uhc--'lon to that?" Senator Townsend asked. "Hiislng the Increase on the watfc of pick mlner." Ixn-lor iinifl"ld said, would have resulted In secur ing an average Increase of ITU per lent In wsgoa In the induslrv over the period since 191:1. when the'sec relary of labor conceded that the Increase In the cost of living had been only 79 per cent "Some members of the cabinet," Doctor U n field said, "suppoi led h I rti. and some the secretary of la bor, but all were In agreement on t lin balance of the proposil. lie had finally taken lbs responsibility of putting through his settlement sug gestion without scouring an unani mous ngreement of the cabinet. "I conceded myself lo be the te- sponslhle officer." he said. believ ing that I had authority to ileur mlne price ejiiesilnns. The matter was not presented to President Wil son Applying Hie principles laid down. Doctor (lurfleld Slid, he decided that 11 per cent would meet rtie in creased rnsl of living and that op erators could pay It out of profits nd still keen enough mines run nloir In suniilv the mil on Willi coal under the fixed price or : 3.. " ton. The miners decided to refuse and continued Hie strike "f itent home thinking the mat ter wnsi to he fmight out. he sum. "An.i after that nroiiOMils were , made In the goveiniii. nl lo lake l lo in uter nut ,,f voiii hands, ill siu'e j of your iii.igiiificiti' w ii re, .nd an. I II. c way ) oil vt el e s'ltlldttlK as a hoi- ilk lo Iho public'" Siu.iior Tie hiiKhuyseii iMicrHitrd '1 don't wish lo go inlo the mai t'r of where and how the arrange Inelu wui made," 1 lo.'l. il liallll'ld viol ' "llu: yi. or .roiioain up 'o Decern lor 4 were the gov cnilornl S:' Sell a or Mvets Imkui. "acci-ptcd by all parties as ihc fait, and then oriie i hatigc whs made '" ' "s" liiuti.i ii.irflcld tctiiined "Wile you I'll Hail I ' I d '" SmII.IIoI Town nd aiki d. "No." ,l. lot li il field, H -piled 't.'joftr liihlstciii iMies'l.ifuiik' DiicUir - r (larfii ld said h h ill not t . -1 wi'h John 1. I j. vv i-. a el i tig pn holent if the tllllie WO'kels. -ill. I Wtllllttl lirci-n. then s-i total v. on the flv log vihI' made In those offt. mIs m j ashing to n a week ago, Winn the .slilke set I lenient w;is siibmliied "It" llie plislilent should see fit J lo IS'lll'lih II Cllitllissloll to teliew lo vvoik or inv aiii.'tiH oi tin do iilsioris thai would not I.e a mil ' li'l' to which I would present llltV objection, ' liir!o- ilatfleld sal. I, re I'eia'llig that his ohlei liiili Has "In ;tlie h isls hv which .1 roiotiils.-timi. j repl cselitH 1 1 V of two llllr.ls of the Induslrv one one vjjird of the public i becomes ioverei with r I ir 1 1 1 to con trol prices and wages "1 Ihmk this is a power to which the go ri tunc nt i. ill not afford to sui retidet ." he s ilil. The sub committee before which D.n-lnr thilfleld .ilipeare.l i o 1 1 1 menccd I's Hi v est Iga T iii uf the coal strike sl'uation aooie weeks ,-iio and had Doctor l ; n t T I 1 . 1 h pi. noise to hi r lie vi as uriiiMe to icponit to the reiiist iioill tonight. Cli.'ili nillii ln llnchin 'i. n said the 'luesllou of lesillllg su l.poetuu s seeiue p.'ito-Ts iiorinr liiirielil re fused to plinlilre would be eotislil end romp ii-.n auv he I est, I . illlitli'l' ol list night the Ken HERE'S THE SECRET OF FACIAL BEAUTY No Mmiir II. m I i-f lunl Willi l.nti tloi lilucVltrjiiN or MikMIIII- I'll till- lif Stlllllt N ji It Iti m tif-i Works WiMhlrrn. i woinltr fill i h.itiK' thit ) ofii n i. . 'skes lining Dliiior I ifflcerH and i force of the I ast Mghl. n lo bet s of I he sales e-tcrn It. ink Supply ( OMINtJ SOON Somebody' Sweetheart In a HiMx-tiyrubtr Sisi hil Showing WATCH l)H IT " i C- I Furniture and Decorative Novelties For Christmas Gifts IAB0R ADVISED T r I IAr n a v -v- . IU bt bALLU I i r ONTIM Kli '!' IIIOI biok. "f I llitl A Slate. UlUM PAUK (INK in nine numbers m in SUtes Kteel cornora- ' i i e-1 ns one whose "auto- "I WILL PRAISE IT AS LONG AS I LIVE" MRS. LOWRY SAYS "t Years of Trouble Here ft.r... ,"'tfjfril rs;.me by Orgatuno Tmatinrtit 1 ; arnvr j Gifts that truly repre- sent you. To your fam- H :t.. tJJ liy, your rfiaiivt-n, yur friends, you would give : presents practical, re- j mindful of your : thought fulness give them furniture, the j logical ChriHtmas gift. "'Jh'':h I ws under (he best rat. "'"'tled many different t"1' Of ll,..,l,.-l. .... . . "oi'og llie pas. t-'f un.,1 , ' '"'V'"r " "llV 1 '"'nmeuced taking drg.i li,'.,.1'' M " Maude l.wrv of Ii..,. T'vas, while In the Hanger '" rn'l,pn. ,he ((h(,r rtji). i urfsred from stomach trouble 'i nfriM,fc ii.,ii..firt,, ... w. i ...ii, 1 1.11 I I ri 11 r-i I - i'urv ',k-tS Urg,, '""""Hll ttl.it I ....1.. ... . . -n llfllill. IKir Hill, II ' jsner eaiing gas "id I could huiillv get 1 "as vie sun , until ."i Or relive '" i!j t. ,,,("'r "U'l fo I,..-. "fid when I commenced I "he I was so worli out i getting a worse condition all it looked like nothln rnv suffering. SP1NKT WRITLNT. DESKS WITH TO MATCH A gift that will please every member of the family and prove use ful as well as orna mental. loth desk and chair are shown in solid mahogany, ufher styles on our floor equally CHAIRS ' . J as pleasing. i noticed ,, staiement In 'mm a person who had v-1 I.... Jlni ,,ne i nio anu f"m '"'ly relieved by inking I' "'""Kilt that If It helped j" ' "'! iii ilu me nime g 1. It . ,."""" ""ting It right awnv nd t,v mv ii f hxv titer- and mronger long time. 1 ran rt time hi,i;in tu ini he limp 1 .,,,,1 f,n. '"nd hot le I was feetlng rent per in altogther v-tr, ,,f suffering and e np.n rnnm i. .. , ,ii. ' ' '. 1 i.-.. tieif.r I,,.. :n . ' I want now - U n. n ' 1 touch before t'. ' ''""n'-snd I never suffer 1 . ' am not nervies like 1 ''"r" t'i-t fine every nlirh' "4ir.. . "r . i i . M"ve ever seen snd as n i i . 1 w"l praise it for ih ''fit Cedar Chests are suitable ifts at this season. We 3, offer a wide as sortment ih vari- ous siz"3. nf in IhA i have Will r, f- l . nine me " " ' not a so-eal'e.l nifent reire.lv t... r. ...i .. I n , -"srnmeiy free from alco-. ' Ri i '"" " "u ln 'l"H" ' ' l'",m'i 1!ex.i:i S'nre ex. ' ' nf ui'di r th peie-m.,1 d:re ' ri.'i' ' '""Sflone represen- t Tula.. Advt. ' A telephone desk with chair, a most convenient set, that takes up very lit tle space and is a useful addition to any home. 'tnent at,. maim. rTiJ . place In just a few divs af'ei i Stuarl's Calcium Wafeia. rimples, blotehes. liver toots' bliickhciids, muddy complexion mid skin eriiiilons affect the skin I.e rause It Is one of i he a I in a 1 out Ids of the body to eld llaelf of llu I'lllltlc'i If voil Hlpply II Will the I'loper malelllls 'l? will convel-l these sklu poisons Into a harmless I o j s . bs I a rice lo pasM off Instead of e- - forming ligiy arcuinu'ariou In Ihc skin. These H afers contain the, hie' skin iiiirlflci klo.wri to scleio e I 'ah liini :-'uli:hl, l.-il.-l a y,i ceni box today of Sin ' art s t'ah luiu U .ifets at any drug ; s'nre. Advt . Oii.O.i Chuicc any s,V. tlitrh-Tade ;iiir uf $8.S5 all rf? ) o: S8.85 vr IO.C PICKERING'S Sample Shois X 1 Hosiery pan Shot Men's or Women's s in the house, many $8.85 them worth Yi to $15; all colors, i i 11 S V (S. S .(.'S. S8.85 .85 JUST HF.CF.IVI.D A nice ahmment of Christmnt Slipper Buy early. III iti: nt vs s vi: Robinson Buildinj! sl l DMi I I unit I'Akl: M'AlltS Oil I I I Mult l lluM. inj - till Till III) NTS. HERE, GIFTS FOR ALL If you are seeking a useful, practical gift it will be.easy for you to shop at NichoU Hardware for here is assembled a wonderful array for choosing. The moderate prices prevailing will prove equally attractive. Coasters Wood Coasters $5 lo $7 Hall Bearing Scooters I oit lin s VM t.lltl.s A sensible Klf'- for It Invigorate and brings into artnui every muscle A very fine assort tuetit for i housing Finest Sled Made our large stuck of sleds ate now on the floois and they arc ci rlalnly lie. ml lea Hisst steel runners, substan tially Inilit and In sires for the youngest tot lo the old est boy or girl (live Ihein a sled and let ihein he leinly lo enlov play wllh llie other lulilriii $4.50 to $8.75 Toy Automobiles $4.50 Junior II. urn la 110 A gift thai delights any show a complete line for est In the old est boys' , . . hoy. W the young. $7.50 to $22 Safety Razors Bear Cars and Kiddie Cars rv "$2.50; . i Velocipedes Tin: .mt ion nov oit t.ntii Tools for the Mechanic or for the Boy in Manual Training For the boy the muscles; tired. I'llnd from or girl - strongly up they built develop I libber ftteel lired, well the knocka. Triced at built and will stand $3.00 will stand $3.00 A !arge assortment In complete sets or separate aklei guarantee,! ijiiallty kind- 1 oola aro tellable, efficient very much ajipreclatei). s A and Suggestions I Oil MOTH I II fiarland Itange . . LIT M lo SI21 Ti rcolalor at from . . Ill I loot) -Chopper nt ...S'i to Si .SO Casserole at from . . .St. 2.1 4 IS Aluminum Waie. Kill I ATI! Ml A Carving H( at fiomS'i HO to S SO A Shotgun nt from ... Ill in IM Au'o l oot U aimers i ....... Sit SO i on Tin: ini.Diti .v Illi'iri.l.S, WA'ioN'H, A I It Itll- I. KM, It'll. I Kit HkATKH KUiCKTII'Krl, Ji ii 'Ii K T KMVKH, Auto Ntrap . . . . t.lllrtin Inilcra lingular Ilas4ra SAM Sn 00 SI (M Iqj Skates Flue nickel plated lea skates for tha hoy or girl. This winter promise a lot of ire skating, au better gel a pair $1.50 Irish Mail or Handcar Auto Robes Casseroles Savory Roasters Just thr pi e.sellt. tiling for (it in d at S' ueef nl to l-l-i Motor Weave We the! have a larre e well known s'o. k ot.-s all to of It It Razor 'Straps Very fine bailor Triced at $1, $1.50, $2 A 1 r iv" asort m ( anil usffu! ! imf tt rnN i . ) ;i v r t it. l . Ihn yi ur. I r i .f Mns u .irnprl- lli fii.tny ilif f"j flit 1 1- l'.r Mi. in tt tftlM M-JaNon "f aaaW . M0 tea "Tl ajtg)JJJal N' lu'iicif" ti'Mi.l $ wiMi'i'i- i f hi- ,r r f i r - t.t f mi -t ! I in, i mmi Slum ii 1 1 M , 1 1 t f . : 1 1 1- . m . Aluminum Percolators Another the heat the prlra . . , hoy and sr for Ideal gift fur the value you ever The fan il l I.IIV that, ai and gl. ions ' I ' rit vet mi " kind, lh ones ilalS long welt e llie S.IVlie. Hlngle Hlfl-e shot Air $3, $3.50, $4, $5, $6 $1.50, $2, $3 and $4.25 $3.5()to$9.00 f.on shot Itlfil'S . , $5.00 a $6.00 For the Hoy .... $1.50 $2.00 $2.75 .... $4.50 Air The Delight of Kvcry Boy Unlit to wl'lis'iiml the hardest usage of play -- this Is lbs wagon tha' 'h" boy has long wan'i' l In .- r 1 1 dif ferent s i. s Trice ) at $1.50to$3.50 I nnn r,ot AC lllfl-'i ....... 1. . , , l'..ii- en.iii :. r.. lol plated I '..,,: i n I I i linn Air hvnotaKenorlieaterr v Tin 'vri- j . i . . L.jri j jjra- 4?5S Roller Skates Pall bearing Coaster. . . w noj 15 to 1 r erf WI m si in I VI 4W W ' My klx Carving Sets he ay $2.75 very f ' n ,'y .Ir lli h no I anil hi ee t A 'I' t:f-. w 11 Ir e s n - I he fit s s'eel. In imu IIH KTT R X I V KM The gift a man or boy will ap-prei-U'e Here you choose from a Ve,y U'ge ee" llllllt of the well known Shure Kdge" bland. Mntj different sles In hon. Ivorv. pear, snd tor! tisnd'' pro ! si l ... d i ll .I H is the glf ? for the h'inter d we dirort stieeial atfen- ni-h'.ier H.imn.er jn ho h Is being 50c to $5.00 i T $7.50 to $11 - IP t. 119-121 First St. NicHiols Hardware Co. $50.00 119-121 last First St.