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THE MORNING OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER A NEWSPAPER FOR CIVIC PRIDE, THE HOME, A GREATER TULSA FINAL EDITION VOL. XIV, NO. 100 TULSA, OKLAHOMA, TUESDAY, JANUARY (5, 1920 11 PAUKS PRICK 5 CUNTS EQUAL PARTY SAY ASKED BY WOMEN Kepublieans in Session at Chicago Hear De mands Made. HOPEFUL OF SUCCESS Hays Kays Everything Offered Men Open to Sisters Pro pose Ten Planks. TO NAME POLICY COMMITTEE Sixty-one Will J)c Appointed to Draft Platform to Sub mit to Convention. CillAO'l, Jan. f. Kcpubllcan nomcn from H states of Itio mld-ei- . unforrlng toilny on party ls tucii f'T the 1920 presidential enm jiuiiri demanded equal reprosentn tion u.th tiio men on tlio national committee of tho party ami urged "a fair ropp senlatlon of women dolo-R.id-s :."iif each state," in tho nation al convention In June. Jlatiy "f tho women professed to Me an Immediate ondorMome nt of Ihelr atlitude In tho speech which" Will II Hays, chairman of tho re publican national committed, deliv ered at ,1 banquet which followed the conference, '. - "The republican party offers the women everything wo offer the men," ho said. "Republican women come Into tho party not as women, but as voters, entitled to participate and participating ns other votors. Hipy are not to be separated or eg. legated, but assimilated and amalga mated " Would Double MnnlKTHlilp. The women proposed In a formal lesolutlon that tho coming national convention "take action to double Lie membership" of tho national ommlttce, so that 'each stato bo rrpreeonted by one man nnd ono vornm member.' They urged fur tier that this becomo "tho policy of tho party In all party committee, both stae and local." liculdes voicing their wish for ac dvo pirtlclpatlon In the party gov ernment, the women adopted 10 HUg. grated planks for the republican plotfonn These Included recom mendation for "direct citizenship for women, not citizenship through mar riage," and laws making possible the naturalozation of married women Tho women also favored "national and stato legislation for tho regula tion and abolition of child labor." Another section asked the states nnd nation to establish the eight-hour day nnd 44-hour week for women In Industry with statutory provision for a day of rest each week, Perma nent establishment of tho women's bureau of labor as national employ ment service "with ndeiiuato' pro vlnton for departments for women In national offices and all local. offices" unci equal opportunities for1 women through tho civil service, also were ipor.aored. Other plnnks .Upro: A new policy by tho federal board of vocational education "to Insure for women equal opportunities with wen in trado and technical educa tion," Appointment of women mediators on all federal labor boards to deal lth Industries employing women. Compulsory l'liimtlon. Compulsory education In nil states Tor children between 6 nnd 16 years of age with provision for "thorough fduraMon in citizenship of all our joiith." The women's stand on all these nilrstlnns was reflected In short talks which several loaders of tho confer ence mudo at tonight's banquet, The affair was given by thn state central committee In honor of Chairman Hays nnd tho rhalrman of tho wom en division of tho national com mittee Mrs. John Oliver South. Tlio 'Poakers Included two nvowod as pirants for tho republican presldon IA1 nomination Governor I.owdon Of IllnniQ ami Tn1n. r'j.nAril IVnrt.l The hamuet had both a toastmas 'er ami x trastmlstrcss. More -ban 1.000 republicans were nere for the conferences. Campaign manjRt 0f Oencral Wood, Gover nor Lnwden. Senator Harding, Gov "nor f oohdge of Massachusetts and other prospective presidential eandl " bavo opened downtown "head nuwters and aro actlyly canvassing the prospects. To Name rpiMrtects. huTm1""?" Will Hays announced on rI"niT that a commltteo of r.i 2fc?ir Wit anA l'laform would be JSio next Mndny In San Krnn PUtforP. com"ltteo will draft tho tlonii V' b. bJ"te1 to tho na- The c"nvention hero In Juno, for tL Sm,ro",? on arrangements E4ii?i ,n.aliunal convention elected ward I' Thayor of Indianapolis as CONTIStJEp ok f inn BCTEN. Thoughts to Think About MTertl,?nnt ?av1 t0 ba "Port 55 "to? DLT,rlter.t0 ProParo a Want facia. Th wf'd- Simply state abuta X2ld y.u wft"t lo know I" Tha?', 1 c?r ueforo,you bought will huv CJU8t whaV.(n man who Writ fff carjiiStH to know. he S !v,a.d wlirb'tiy as soon as W d facts- I,hono 0sa8 "4 &k for want Ad Dept. World's News Told in Condensed Form for Hurried Readers ASII1XUTOV. Jan 5. -ttixporutun ol prim iMtr ssould e prohibited Air ot.e frit tinder a hid Introduced toiler by lpreientatio Ferris, democrat, of 01.1a I, tii, i WASHINGTON'. Jan 5. Immediate re I tnrn of the bodies ot American soldiers In I Kranen Is prorliled In a bill Introduced in uie senate today tiv r-enator aicrvouar, democrat, o( TtnorriM. wA,,nsnTON,-A ,,000000, 000 balance of trade In (r ol the United Hhtei win the llmte of the yelr 1019 annonnreii in ,'Vcrnary of Qommercs Al ADdrr tlih alterr.mm. n.KVKI.AN'n. Jan. 5. floated from Ihelr he,U early todv hrn lire threatened the WooilUml hotel, 150 enentii wore driven Into the ilrceU In tntjr a'llre with the temperature clone to tern lUrly ciUmale placed the damac at 30,000. IlKN'Vim, Jan. S .lamea OTeirr, IS. I In a leal hoipltal and lUrrv Anderson, Is hehl In the detention home tniUy Anderon thot O'l.farjr In a boylnh quarrel eer pofslnn l a partnership caie. O'I.eary la not eaperted to recotcr. WASIII.VfiTO.V, Jan. (!, ItepreientatlTe I.nlMn. Maiiachmetti, this afternoen In tho house Introdurf.l a resolution calling upon Secretary ol the .Vary Danlrh to submit alt of the eTldence In the natal tuedal awards toiitroversy to the house. Al'STIN", Teas. Jan. S. Complaint that the Mexican government Is "hamperin? ami harassing" oil prmluecr In Mexico io as to ihrelten tho ilcivery of (usl oil to Texas railroads was forwarded todav bi Pecretarr of State Inslnc by Mllson 'May field, cbalrttun of the Toxaa railros com mission. WASHINGTON, Jan. C Admiral Kol ehsk'a reported warnlnj to the Ifnlteil StatM that he will cede a part of S'lherl to Japan unless the alllea send aid to the Hitsslan white urmleit. had not been receive,! at the alale department, it was staled today. KAfll.F: I'Afy Texas, Jan. 5 Persist ent reports on the border that Sabinas, near Murqulx, Mexico, had been captured by Villlstas were declared without founda tion todar by American Consul William 1' blocker, who sal, Villa and tils men were In the mountalna of Chihuahua. WASHINGTON, Jan. 5. The president sent the followinc nominations to the sen ate this afternoon: To bo assistant attor ney general, Francis V flarvan of New York To be Hulled Stales marshal, Joseph J. Klynn of Omaha, district of Nebraska To be United Males attorney. Klfhard V. Itoth of Alaska, district of Alaska, division No. 4 IIOISK, Idaho. Jan. 5. The special scs alon of thn Idaho state legislature called for February It Is expected to ratify tho federal suffrage amendment on that djy and to adjourn Imrupdlitely. The session will be the second special session called In this state since Idaho v.as admitted tit the nclon l'AIUH. Jan. S. "TU truth of thn mat ter Is they are thrusting the presidency or Vrance upon mo." Premier Clemenee.iu was reported today' to have told a iisitnr who questioned him npoa his political fu ture. The story of the conversation was told by Macel II u tin. political writer of the E-cho de Paris. KASPAP CITY. Jan. 6 In answer to the request of three men that they wished to speak to the proprietor Mrs. Kuth Oakcs owner of the llnstol hotel here, ap peared csr'y thla morntnt and as a result Is mlnns $8,000 worth of Jewelry and dia monds. The holdups, none of whom were masked, are believed to haro escaped in a motor car waitlsr outside the hotel: nRNVBTt, Jan. S, James II, Oreene, who says hit home Is In Seattle, la In thn county hospital suffering; from runshnt wounds sustained in a running battle with rollce offleera last nljrht In the crowded theater district. Greene, thn officers say, has confessed that he Is one of a quartet of auto bandits who have engineered a doseu darlnK robbelres In Denver In the past threo weeka, ITU companions escaped from a bullet-rlddlcd automobile. BAN PRANOISCO. Jn 5. In the course of a few months the business Interests of America will hunch a smashing blow at holshevlsm In the country, through the areney 'of the United Americans, an or eanhatlon now almost completely formed, extendlnc Its branches Into every larse city In the United rftalea, aeoordinr to Fred erick J Koster, director of the United Htates chamber of commerce, who recently returned here from Washington, D. O. Lowden Tells Borah He Favors Peace Pact With Reservations CHICAaO, Jan. G. "While the loaguo of nations, even ns modi fled by tho reservations adopted, does not tako tho form which I bollovo it should, nnmelj', Judicial rather than political, I think it Is the part of wisdom now to ratify it with such reservations as adopt ed by the senato," Caw Krank O, Ijowden said In a lottor today, re plying to United States Sonator W. K. Hornh of Idaho, who had re quested Governor Iowdon's posi tion on tho league of nations. Tho text of Governor IOwden's letter to .Senator Ilorah follows: "When the nrmlstlco wns signed I felt that tho time was opportune for taking up tho subject of bet ter International relhUons, whore tho second Tho Hague conference had left off. It seemed to mo that tho world was ready to adopt the high American Ideals of In ternational friendship utoro ex pressed. "A permanent court to adjust all Justiciable differences, a court of arbitration to which tho na tions might, ut their option, sub mit their vital differences, the ma chinery for mediation and for commissions of Inquiry In all other cases nnd a start toward modification ot International lnw would be welcomed. I thought, by all nations. It was not so much a political International structure. "Tho lifuo of nations, as sub mitted to tho senato, seemed to mo to bo subject lo grnvo objec tions. Theso objections In tlio main, I think, havo been removed by the reservations adopted by the senate. Tho Instrument, as so modified, ns I understand lb does not bind the United .States to par ticipate In the 'racial and dynastic battles of the old world,' nor does it Involve 'entangling alliances or partnerships with foreign powers,' nor does It authorize 'Interference COURTSUSTAINS LIGHTBEER BAN Alcoholic Content Beyond Half Per Cent Is Prohibited. CONGRESS HAS POWER , Authority to Define Intoxi cating Content IIolil Valid; Decision Sweeping. PROSECUTION TO BE MADE Those Selling 2.75 Per Cent Product lo Fnco Charge, Fricrson Says. WASIlIiNOTON. Jan. E. Hy n margin of ono vote tho supreme court today uphold tho rights of congryss to doflno Intoxicating lll ilorn, In so far us applied to war time prohibition. Jn u, flvo to four opinion given by Associate Judgo llrandels, tho court sustained tho constitutional ity of provisions in the Vols'eud prohibition enforcement uct prohib iting tho manufacture and ealo of bovcrnges containing one-halt of 1 per cont or moro of alcohol. Asso ciate Justices Day, Van Uevanttr, Mi'Itoynoldo and Clarke dlsnented. Validity of tho federal prohibi tion constitutional ametidmont and of portions of tho Volstead act af fording Its enforcement was not in voked In tho proceedings, but tho opinion was regarded as so sweep ing as to leave llttlo hope among "wet" adherents. Sustain Dvcmn. In giving tho opinion, tho court sustained federal decrees dismissing Injunction proceedings to enjoin fed orul authorities from preventing Jacob Kuppert. a New York brewer, from manufacturing beer containing In excess of one-half of 1 per cent, but which, ho alleged was non-Intoxicating. This applies to tho 2.75 per cent brew. The "wots," however, received a brief ray of hope when, Khortly afterward Asuoclato Justice Way, In a unanimous opinion, sustained tho dismissal of Indictments brought CONTIHUKt) ON PA OB TWO HOOVER IS NOT CANDIDATE ronner INmmI Administrator Tells Position mi rridileney. POllTLAND, Ore, Jan. 5. Her bert Hoover, United States food ad ministrator, and many times men tioned as a potential president!' candldato, has definitely doclarod his refusal to bo a candidate for that of fice, according to a telegram reach ing this city from him. Tho telegram was sent to Klkln Wntkins. president of t'ho Jackson club here, and reads: "J.ly engagement and connection with the IndtiHtrlal conference and with relief In Kuropo mako It impos sible for me to go to tho northwest at present. Ileyond this, please ac cept tho sincerity of my statement that I am not a candidate for tho presidency and n campaign to that end from any party would be entire ly wrongly directed" Houver 'had been Invited to ad dress tho annual banquot of tho Jackson club In thus city on January 8. This In tho first specific an nounromont made by Hoover con cerning hlo much-talkod-of candi dacy. by foreign powors In Amorlcan af fairs.' "I do not bellevo thn time has como when wo should abandon tho policy of 'no entangling al liances.' It may be that America again will deem It nor duty to par ticipate In somo forolgn war aa she participated in tho last, but I think she can be depended upon, when that time docs come, to de cide for hortclf, through constitu tional means, whero her duty lies, Just as she did before. "While the leaguo of nations, even as modified by tha rcsorvn. tions adopted, does not tako tho form which I believed It should, namely. Judicial rather than po litical, J think It is tho part ot wisdom now to ratify It with such roscrvatlons, Our sovereignty is safeguarded, the Monroo doctrine Is socure. tho constitutional powers of congress nro not Impaired, and our right of withdrawal ui mado clear nnd explicit. I. do not see how permanent harm can como from It, and. I do see the possi bility of great good. It, at least, provides for a common meeting plnco. at statod Intervata, for tho nations of tho world which aro parties to It Tills in itself Is a decided gain. "It the treaty bo ratified and America hocomes a party to tho lungue of nations, she will have an opportunity to so Influence its ac tivities nnd so help to modify Its form that It may In tlmo realize the noble aspirations for world peace of tho great men who par ticipated In The Haguo confer ences. "If It should fall to accomplish theso results or operate to tho dl's- advantago of America, tho way Is clear by which we can withdraw. "I therefore hope that tho 1 treaty may bo ratified promptly with the reservations, In substance already adopted by tho senate," Auto Finder Prints May Solve Mystery of Brown's Murder 13 povn MOUNT CM' MtJNfi, J,iu G -One of the strongest rlcw to the murder of J. Htanlcy Ilrown yet developed, enmo to light In an examination of tho murdered man's automobile. Dr. Nloralrty. former United .States attorney and Hcrtllloii export, went over llrpwn'a car, tho ono In which ho met his death, and found two null defined sots of bloody finger prints. Tho authorities declare theso prints should develop tho Identity ot the murderer within a short time. Tho machine Has been standing In tho dark corner of a garago und has never had anything but a cursory inspection, l'lnger prints of all theso now held or suspected In tho caso Cecil Vswtcr, tho girl Intimate with Ilrown, rtte Is now charged with his niiir ttur: l.loyd I'rcvust, llrown's friend irllrl cousin ot his wife, and llrown's wife. Mis. Kuth l'revust Ilrown will be compared with those on the muchlnu Immediately. I-'our of tho flncur tirlnts wore found on tho windshield of the ma- cnino nnu me otners on tho door. President to Send An Important Word to Party Committee WASHINGTON, Jan. 6. An nounccment from the whjto houso that President Wilson plans to send "an Important word of greeting" to tho democratic din ner here January S, roused great Interest among democratic loaders arriving today to attend tho love feast und tho quadien nlal meeting of tho party's nation al committee, both of, which ure to bo huld Thursday, i There was wldo speculation as to whothcr tho word of "greotlng" would tako up the question of a third term or would outline the president's views on parly poli cies. Tho first of tho delegations from thn six cities bidding for the party's national convention , arrived tonight In a body of Kan sas city "boosters." Tho members of tho national committee ulready In Washing ton wero augmented during the day by Vice Chairman J. llrtico Kremur of Montuna and Commit teeman A. K. Tltlow, the now member from Washington, suc ceeding Hugh C. Wulliict., now nmbassador to Krance, and A. Ji Mullen of Nobraska, Committeeman Mullen an nounced tho would introduce a resolution at tho meeting of tlio commltteo Thursday recommend ing to tho national convention that tho two-thirds rule for making nominations for president and vlco-presldcnt bo abrogated and the majority plan bo adopted. WASHINGTON, Jan. 6. Mrs. I. A. McGouguIl of Sapulpa, Okla., and Mrs.' 1'ercy I'enny backor of Texas, will bo among tho womon attondlng tho Jackson day banquot of tho democratic party hero on Thursday, It was announced tonight Women have never before at tended a Jackson dinner. I Hill Attacked. DUBLIN. Jan 5. A party of nu. alcians motoring from Dungarvun ta A'dmoro county, WttJ-ford, was nilacPec today by eigne anned men who punctured the tires and petrol tank of the mnchlno with revolver shots. The attacking parly over turned the automobile and forced tho nraslclans to walk hopia. ( Can You Write a Letter That Will Pull Business? Class In Business letter Writ ing opens nt Y. M. C. A. 7:30 tonight. A. C. Doerlng, Instructor, s I' U K I I C INVITED Unrollmont at First Class, 1'reo scholarships to discharged toldlora. SET JANUARY 10 FOR PEACE DATE Supreme C'ouneil Tenia - lively Agrees Upon That Time. ACCEPT NAVAL TERMS German Knvoy Annroven New Conditions for Settlement of Scnpn Flow Sinking. U. S. WITHDRAWAL IS SEEN Paris Paper Comments Upon Request for Chanjre in Title of Allies. ify Tha Associated Press. l'AKI.S, Jan. 6. Tho supreme council has tentatively set Junuary to for the ratification of tho treaty of A emu Hies. The council's basis for a settlement un tho Hcipu Klow sinking!! was handed over lo lt.iriili von I.ersnt'r loduy and It whs an nounced that an ngi cement had been reached with thu Gurniau delega tion. Tho Kc.ipa ugiei'iiicnl w.is flow reparations liMi-hed on the allies accetilliiir a iHimiiiltimi of lliii.UOO tuns f i inn the luu.uoo tons of uavul mateilal originally de manded from (Jcriimny. Tho Ger mans argued tho impossibility of nun enduring tho tonnage n iKlnully demanded and also pointed out en in s in thu lnvcnuuy of the ullli s. The allies were couclUtory and fixed S'b.UvU Ions an final. To this tlio German delcgaies agreed. Hy decision of the supremo coun cil today a renewed and pressing appeal v. ill bo made to tho United Slates for the ci edits neeossury to reprnvlslini Austria, whoau position from lack of. food iu declared to be desperate, Thu undcrslandlng hern is that the failure so far to receive a fa vorably leply from tho United Suites I to Hid request to finance this tempo rary provisioning In dun to thu fact that the government is unable to onoii credits for thn 1 1 Oil 0 OO.ooo re quired without, thu uppiuvul of con gress, Hugh C. Wallace, the American ambahsador, was reported yesterday to havo asked the supremo council of tho peace ennferonco to chango thu formula referring to the powers participating In the council from the "allied am) associated powors" to the "allied powers." This report wuh not strictly correct. It was learned today. Ambassador Wallace, It Is stated, has not asked for tho abandonment ut tho torm "allied and associated powers," but merely requested that, when questions arose which Involved the United States, this formula. In cluding tho United' States, bo not used In documents until lie had time to get a decision from Washington on such questions. Meanwhllo tho report nppears to have oreated nn orroneous impres sion here. Tlio Ucho do I'arls In an editorial today says: "This," says tho newspaper, "marks thn determination or Un united States not to participate of ficially In decisions to lie reached In I'arls. Washington, while declining tho responsibilities ot the supreme council, continues to bo represented nt its sessions. How can Mr. Wal lace's role be defined? Ho In not a plenipotentiary. Witness or observer la tho accepted term." I'leasuro at t,ho presence of nn Amorlcan representative who will keep Washington Informed as to events until the United States dele-e gates resumo their places on the council Is expressed by tho news paper which nays: "Nothing ran bo definitely con eluded without President Wilson's assent beforehand. So the council Is supremo only In name. Supremacy belongs to Mr. Wilson who Inhabits, not tho whltn houso but Mount Olympus. Bodies of 25 Recovered From Mexican 'Quake MI1XICO CITY. Jan. G.-r-Dls-patrhes received hero this evonlng conflnn the earlier reports of nu merous fatuities and damago to prop erty ovor wide areas ns a roault uf Saturday night's earthquake. The bodies of 2.r men nnd women were recovered Monday from the rlvw Klo Grande at Kluconala, stntn of Vora Crur, according to a message received by tho astronomical obser vatory hero. THE WEATHER TUI,fA, Okla, Jan. 6 Maiimom, 30; minimum, 36; south !nda; cloudy; snow, .30 Inch OKLAHOMA : Toesdsv rain and warmer in east portion, clouilv In west portkit; Wednrsdir rlondr. colder. IOL'I8IANA: Tuesday rain, warmer lr. nertbeest portion; Wednesday probskly rain. AltKANfA: Tuesday snow or sleet turnlnc U rain, wanner, Wednesday rtoudy, rain in east portion, rotdor la northwest portion. KAtT TBXA0- Tneailay cloudy, rain In east portion, warmer la nnrtl.eait and southwest portions and on middle coast; Wednesday probably unsettled, colder in northwest portion. WKST TUX AH: Tnesday fenerally fair, little change In temperature. Wednesday generally fair and eolder KANSAS Unsettled Tuesday probably with rain or snow Wednesday rain and colder Bchurnachcr and Atkinson, archi tects, K1C-U Mayo. ALLEN ARRAIGNS RAILROAD CHIEFS; Ka &.3 They IleganiKajwled llattle IlcKiiiiatHUNTING 'BIG GAME' Opposition to Gov- Convention in Colum- enuneni. onilDT 10 AOirr mn WJUKI lb AblNtU hUK Industrial Tribunal Proposed to Settle Disputes Pro tects All Involved. TOI'HICA, Khii.. Jan. R. Charg ing the Inndrrs of the four great isllwny brotherhoods with attempt ing t,o control the government through coercion and with having "Initiated the present Insane notion that an oigiintxed minority Is great er Hum government Itself," Gov. Henry J. Allen, In nil address be forn a Joint session of tho Kansas legislature In spiM-liil Hussion today aiialKiied "professional labor offi cials who live off the exploitation of labor contrnvei sles " The governor declared that vic tory over govern men I was obtained through thu Adnmsnn bill, "ivhllo iliesn lenders held their slop watches on congress." That act, ho declared, gave rise to tlio belief among labor leaders that "tho general public hud no right which lulmr was hound lo re spect." The leaders of llto United Minn Workers also were attacked by Gov ernor Allen In iiutllnlng his bill es tablishing a court of Industrial tn l.illniis. 1 1 it ih" In i imI that they were opposing the measure "liueniiHo they loallze Unit with Its ennctmoNt. thnlr peculiarity radical typo of leader ship will bo nnnecPMHiiry." Tho proposed court of Industrial relations was described In detail by Governor Allen, who declared that It was designed to protect Uw inter ests nut only uf tho public, but ot labor and capital as well, through Investigation of disputes and a fair settlement without appeal to a strike. I'nssngo of a law against disloyal ist and creation of u Sialo employ ment hurcnu with mentioned by tho governor In his address. Oklahoma Crude In Now Selling for $3 Which Breaks Record Mld-contlncnt crudo oil Is now worth 11 barrel. This price posted early Monday morning wris Immediately met by ('osdon At Co. and It Is antici pated that the other, purchasing agencies will follow suit either to day or Wediinsdny. OH npurulors are Jubilant as the result of tho advance which marks the highest prion ever paid for irudn in the history ot the mid continent field. U'.S. Government Only Bluff Mexican Bandits Tell Woman WASHINGTON, Jan. 6 A drumatlo story of eight innnUis' hardship and degradation us a prisoner 111 u Mexican bandit camp vvrus told luday by Mrs. Cora Uttirgis. a Virginian, bo foro a senate (.uiniulticu Uivciitl gatlug tha Mexican siluatlun. With to.irs In her eves Mrs. Sluigis told how hr aged mother, worn nut by long suffering and humiliation, died uf Marv.itlnn afier their plantation had been looted by the bandits and how she had boun forced to gu into tlio bills und cut wood ami ot a long tramp to another camp with a M'trui message from bandit to bandit tewed in tho solu of her uh(n. "Americans wero perfectly wife under UUz," shu said. "We had no trouble under M.tdoro because the itiojilii liked him. Wo hud no iroulilu with lluurt.i, and folks in rny part of tho country Chiapas hardly knew of lilm. Our first irouhlo was In 1915 wlii-ii C.irranzu unit trgoirs to our section iu drive away tho help. As a result we lost big crops right tin tho evo of the harvest." It was nearly two years later that tho homo of thn Sturgls fnmlly, comprising Doctor Stur gls, a dentist, his wife, tho witness today, and her mother, was raided by fedoral soldiers who charged them with giving rufugo to rebels. "Two of Carranza's captains and a lot of soldiers came to our home and beat us with guns." Mrs. Sturgls iLHilflcd. "When my hus band protested and reminded the biindltk that wo wero Americana they pukhod him asido uud laughed, saying 'your old govern ment In only a bluff.' They found no rebels, but they wore not satisfied nnd wanted to catch the roof, insisting that I go up with them. 1 told them 1 was nn ( Anierlcn . not a runt climber, but I they hiruCK me on tho tdiouldur I vviih a gun " I Liocuji' BUrgls reported tho raid to itho American consul ut GIST RADICALS ARE R RADICAL MINERS FIGHT PROPOSAL! ous, Ohio. LEWIS IS QUESTIONED Actiiu; President IJeltiKcd With Inquiries of Com missionHad to Accept. C'Ol.U.MIIUH. Ohio. Jan. B. Thn expected opposition Iroin the radi cals In thg United Mlno Wot Iters or i:aiil7..illiin to iinllou of thn Interna, tluiial offlcera In accepting 1'iesldent Wilson's proposal for seitlnmeiit of tho miners' strike, developed late to day, shortly after the icport of the setlieiuenl lmd been read to ihe con venllon by International Secretary William Green. A motion lo affirm thn action nt tho lnli'rniiloiial officers ami un ci or ho the policy outlined In Ihelr 10 puit, was followed by iilleiuptn nt the radicals to reject thn motion and to condemn the Intern. illunal ufflcms fr having accepted Ihn piesldeul's proposal. Some ut thu delegates Raid they had linen IiihIi iicIimI by their local unions to demand thn resigna tion of thn Intei'iiiitliuial officers, Several delegates declared Ihe of ficers should "havo gonn to Jail" rather than surrender to Ihn terms of settlement Imposed by the proposal from the picsldent. In the report Acting I'resldont I.evvls and Secrnlary Green declared there was no alteruatlnv and that they had simply decided lo "submit to thn Inevitable, while protesting In our hearts against what wo be lieved to bn tho unjust attltudo of our government." To have done othorwlso would havo meant revolt against lh gov ernment, thn lenort said. Delegates piled Lewis with questions us tu wimtiier thn 11 per veiit ad vanco was final, and what effect rati flcatlmi of the action of Ihn officers on tlio settlement might have. In reply Lewis said ho believed thn commission of three nieii. nti- pointed by the president to consider incneaso in wages und improvement of working conditions of Ihn minors. to bo fair and above reproach. "I think we can provo to tho com mission that wo nro entitled to n further Increase," ha said, "and If wo prove. I bellevo wo will get It." Complaints front many districts, particularly the Oklahoma fields, whero It Is alleged tho miners havo not received tho full benefit of tho U per cent advance. Iiwls explained would be considered by tho com mission. Large Japanese Force Sent lo Aid Kolchak HONOLULU, T. H.) .Inn. G. Heavy Japaneso reinforcements havo boon rushed to irkutak to aid tho foices ot Admiral Kolchak there, according to a cabin from T'olclo to thn Nlppu J I J 1. n Japanese dally newspaper here. rrontoro, who advised thn family tu remain ut tho plantation, thu witness said- .Mis. Siurgl.1 snld rebel and ('miiinz.'i lot con frequently worked together and that boih factions disseminated anti-Amcrlcan prop aganda. Including a charge tlrit Henry 1' Klotehor, American am bassador lo Mexico, hull iict'eplnl 11,000 000 lo uphold thu Currunza government. Mrs. Sturgls said sho told the bandit who mado this charge Unit "It wan a lie.1' "one of tho bandits tuld nm that Ambassador Hotelier could not return to that country," .Mrs. Sturgls said. "1 don't think Mr. I'lelchnr knew how bad conditions wore. Wli, things worn awful. Oucu whnn I wont to Mexico City they blow up a train in front ot me and ono behind me." Thu most thrilling chapter ot her experience followed capture ot Die family by Zapata bandits who took eveiy thing movable troin the plantation, Including C3.0UU In cash. They were sent 0 miles acror tho country to n prison camp, Mrs. St org la and her hus band afoot and tho former's mother on a mule. Homo months luter Mrs. Sturgls was ordered to proceed on foot to another camp with a secret message and warned that unless title returned In two months other members of the family would bn killed. On tho way she slopped at Mexico City and reportod her troubles to tho American embassy, tho embassy, she said, got in touch with Zapata forces and It was agreed to send a Zapata lieu tenant back to camp with her. Meanwhile, a bridge on tho way to the camp whero she was to da llver tho message was blown up and tho shoo with tho moss.ige In the solo wa sent by messonaer. Keturnlng to camp Mrs. Stur gls found her mother dead and her husband dying uf starvation. Komi) n.o. 'hs later alio was re teased, and ' more dead than aiive,' walked wltii Doctor Sturgls over thu hllh to their old plantation to find It bare as a bono, Chief Flynn Announces sZ fwo Coworkers of Trotzlcy Taken in New York; Release Is Sought. OPPOSE DEPORTATION Reds to Use Big "Slush Fund" Appeal for Help Made on Congress. GATHER ALL IN CAMP Upton to Be Prepared as Detention Ground Dur ing Legal Battle. NKW YOltIC, Jan. S. Tho sweep ing raids against "reds" by federal ngenls which netted nearly 700 pris oners Inst lYIdny night, wero re sumed at 7:30 tonight when 10 largo iinlnninblles and two army transport wagons left thn locnl headquarter of Ihn department of Justice to round up corninnniklM and other sedition mongers who escaped tho first t'rng ii ft. Chief Ilvnn announced la'er that tho New York raldB wero par! of another natlon-wldo sweep which ho. expeclod lo bring ns Important re sults as the raids on 33 el'k-s con ducted at I'rlday. With the arrests today on a de portntlon warrant of Gregory Woln sfcln, "chief of staff" of soviet Kus sla's "ambassador," Ludwlg t A K. Martens, thn department of Justlco ntinoiinced tonight It was hunting: "big game" In Us effort to ctd hn rouutry of thn most dangotous alien anarchists plotting Ihn overthrow of thn government hy violence. Killed ns Trolzky's "best friend," hero and n co-worker with Mm on thn Kurvdnn latigiingo radical paper Novy Mir, Wnlnsleln's position In thn soviet bureau ranked vlrtunlly on a par with Martens, it wns stated. His duties ns "ohnnrollor" gave him con trol of money and prnpngnnda dis tribution equalled only bv that of Marions, nnd his activities wero greater, It was declared. Victor Wolndtn, former mnnnger of tho Novy Mir, nnd said lo havo been another co-workor with Trotzky wns swept Into tho government's dragnet late today, and sent to Kills Island In thn wake of Welnsteln. Neither of (ho two moil would talk, each standing on his right to main tain slleneu until ho could obtain counsel. Attempts to obtain release from Mills" Island of many of the radicals held there started today when attor neys began npplylng for writs of habeas corpus In their behalf. UADICATiS STAItT I'KIIIT 'IX) STAY III-JHI3 U'ARIIIVnTOV r. Ti, ... ...... . XI . .1,1 ornment's campaign to rid tho na tion of more limn 3,000 aliens, mem- hers it thn enirimnnltf. nn,l .,..-..- 1st labor parties arrested fu recent """"i luunusra 10 in a long urawn out fight, department of Justice offi cials declared tonight. Willi tha radicals forHrif.il t.t. ntrsinr fAnn1 i.l cut and a "slush fund" to flnanco wieir opposition to doportatlon, nnd tho Immigration sorvlco Inadequate ly supplied Hthor with tho men or tho means to handle tho .situation, thn 'help of congress was considered necessary by officials. Atlthnn ffi.tn,m i... : V. ......i, uuiiiiiiin.-jiunor general of Immigration, nppearod bo- iinu shu nuusu appropriation com- iu.ti-ti iiMuty wiiu an appeal for funds to allow expansion of his force in ileal li-lth rhn 111! rl rn,lu .f.ni... Involved In completing the doporta tlon proceedings. The commissioner asked for moro Uwyers, Depart- mi-ufc sit jiinutu oiiiciais navo prom ised nSSlstlllllln hilt tlm nnr..l ., greator legal staff than is In pros- in.-i.-i, rviin wan tno npip ot Attornoy Genoriil Palmer's staff, was keenly icu, ,ur. uuminem saiu. Officials also explained that throughout tho country thn work of perfecting casos against tho -adlcals hold would bo slow becauso of thu small number of Immigration Inspec tors. Added tn this wns tho fact, revealed by Information obtained In the raids, that tho radicals havu been Instructed to mako use of every form of delay known to tho legal world. HAYWOOD ;iVi:.S Ul' AT CHICAGO. CHICAGO, Jan. 5. Willam D. (Dig Hill) Haywod, general .iecru tary of the I. W. W., released from Leavenworth penitentiary i:on.etlino ago on1 bond, surrendered to State's Attorney Maclny Iloyno today to answer to a charge of violating th.) new state law against syndicalism. Haywood and his lawyer woro ac cnmpanled by William Uross l.loyd. millionaire "parlor soclulhU" ot Kianston who ottered property valued at (40.000 for Hayavood'a bond. Tho I. W. W. leader was taken to Judgo Hugo Pant's court wheru bond was set at 410,000 and fur- i milieu ov i.ioyn. ! Haywood has been sought sine Now Year eve. when Hoyno began a round up of suspectod radlculs. 1 1' I houi-j bi foro tho nationwide red li-jids started.