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THE MORNING OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER TtlC A NEWSPAPER FOR riVIC PRIDE, THE HOME, A GREATER TULSA FINAL EDITION I. x : is- ag w VOL. XIV, NO. 129. TULSA, OKLAHOMA, TUESDAY, FEHKUARY 19120. M PACES PRICE 5 CENTS. iwAwmmvy :mx l--cv is mi TREATY REVIVAL SEEMS ASSURED Republicans Offer a Pro- DOSai 10 urinji it jLatn. to the Floor. AGREEMENT IS FAR OFF niffnrnnces Over Article 10 .Not Patched Up; Modified J Cloturo Rule Planned. R&D MAKES NEW ATTACK Grey's Letter Shows Britain More Favorable to Us Than Senators, lie Says. WASHINGTON, .Feb. 2-cnato republican leaders Joined . forces with the detnocratfl today to bring the peace treaty back Into the, sen ate next wok. Countering the democratic plan to reopen debate a woek from tomor row, fionator Lodgo, republican leader, served notlco ho would mako a similar effort a week from today. Th .arllcr date was accepted by) the , democrats In many quarters. If was predlCXeu lu&l couBiucrwvi u wiu treaty would bo resumed, then by l unanimous consent. It was emphasized, ho ever, th.at itns agreement 10 pus. mo ui w fore the eenate again did not mean the leaders -were optlmlsMo over propocts of Its final disposition. It was predicted that nomo minor points at ItKUO, threshed out In pri vate and Informal negotiations, might soon bo agreed on by tho sen ate, but senators were not so hope ful over the disagreement on artlclo 10 and tho Monroo doctrlno. Try to Stop Debate As soon as a resumption of open discussion senmod assured, leaders put their heads together to work out a method of keeping dobato within reasonable bounds. Revival of tho cloture rule, applied during tho clos ing hours of the last ecaslon, was suggested, but many senators thought It too drastic, and it was generally predicted somo other method would bo found. Two resolutions to amend the sen ate rules to bring u modlflod cloture', one by Senator Curtis, republican of Kansas, and one by Senator Kellogg, republican of Minnesota, uro bo fore Ihe rules committee, which plus to meet soon to consider thorn. The leaders also went ovor the pos sibilities of bringing ono rncasura up for senato action without waiting on the committee and it was said such a move might bo madoMomor row, , Urol In New Attack. Meantlmo discussion of tho treaty broke out on tho floor, Sonator Reed, democrat of Missouri, making a speech of two hours and a half In reply to tho published letter of Vis count Orey, British ambassador to the United States, ' regarding sen nits reservations. Tho lettor, he do- elared, showed that British thinkers are willing to give more considera tion to American righto than wore some members of tho sonata. Quoting Viscount Grey's statement that there could bo "no objection In Principle to equal American and British representation In tho league of nations," Senator Reed continued: "What sonator now will voto aralnst the Johnson amendment? If ny more voto r.-ulnst it, I think wo oght to mako a vacancy here In the senate and Install Lord Grey who could represent America better than some American senators have been representing her. It U a pitiable twne that the American senate has to learn tho lesson of American rights from the month of a British .diplomat." The Grey letter Sonator "eed characterized as "another evi dence that Great Britain and Franco want us in tho league on our own terms. ' "it I nn Attn- . T: 1 t , v. soded, "to coax us into tho leaguo and by Indirection to tako charge of w senate and tell us how to com Ptte our differences." tviMi cut irruuT out ""-UUIES .lOILVSON liANS.As CITT- P8b- 2. Senator e,.i?.,0,hMon California today suV. e,erlxed na "-toundlng" the rif. nl ,n a lettr of Viscount a,.l', J,fn,tIy mart0 Public, that rM?.Wln d0f no' object to the in tv, ,i Stat'8 havlJff "1 equal vote wn. .Jca,cue of nations, Tho senator clao Iutlcheon guest of the city bb'J' 0lCit: Hritaln has no objoclion wV 0 docs?" added tho senator. h J e,m-t0 havo so"io Americans th J , snr Johnson predicted caSlVif. treaty """'a b0 Ajnerl-fmi-f . lo a '"" enst." Ho ; a statemejit by President ' lo ...V111 a reservation to article L Tuld "t the heart out of the "$! Senator Johnson said: 0Uld 'r, ',l,hA',Cnat8 "ay that lf U then m heart out ot thO trraty n;n wc win cUt ,he h , t of WOMEN VOTERS TO MEET kales l Creek Connty Will Tsko n ef'W to The World. CrwKk lW S Women of h.,nly.Klw mcet at tle court 'eloek i .thls arnoon at i.ii "t in (.v,orm . an organization lne camitgn1 0,0 ortbcom- rs0' np'frmertto WM raBd K-u bt,F' P1,lnnan of this city, World's News Told in Condensed Form for Hurried Readers WAS1H.WUW. J mu Y. 0l Uhn ronooilnleJ todtr rrrlitrar t Onlbrie. Oklt, OEN'KVA, b, 2 PreTllanl ht bn eonpleted fur llm meflin nt finnml eouotel of the liu of ltrJ (.vpn wclttlti which will oontent here on Mtrch 3. , IXJNDON", Keb. W.hetlk uorU lsc la rmmrled to Iiit oocnrrnl t Tifll mil KuUli In Trim Caueailt. Iloth rules are dtctirrj to be In the hiedi of the redo. ItQMH. Vth. 1 I'jirlor. .MaUtntla, in srehUt mMntiAr nt tlx enimtwr t dApii' tlei, hat brrn arrMtcd at Leghorn, It wa sunounced today. soldiers of the Anierlean nny pa&rd for review before Oen. J. J, I'enhlng former rommanoer 01 ati Aineriran npediironiry iurco, ai ixiri jinn toaf. tiONTirtV. V.S !.. ... A. If eoneloded this northing between ment. It wit announced In a wlritle dli paUh from Moscow, reeelvod this after- soon. . IONDOV. tb. 2 Ool. AolntMr mondt. rommander of the Ru'so-dnnm roreei vihieli Mlsekrd Iliga Iuring Ike miuran ol has neitne lntsnii &n1 has been placed In a mad hotue, aKordlng n irviTOi rrporia jrom JUoeoow. BT. rAtlti l'eb. 2. 1nr.nr.MK V,,. A.. VStoDed into nopumonl In thn fiLXn nt flnv. J. A. A. Ilurnqolit. It as staled today by n pnjsicun. - inn governor a condition is iwrioua. but not aUrmlnc." said an an nouncement from hla physician today. WABITINtWOV. V.b. Th mrlf.n oonaul at Dublin'. rfrKirlf.il tndnv 4hM tutn department that the authnrillu there denied publlibed atSlementi that 3,000 rules ol American mannracture bad been recently landed en the com of Connty Clare, WASIIT.NOTOH. Kb. Am.rlc'i trade balance sgalnet r,nrope InereaiMt by $.435.410.S0fl In 11)19. fifum Ixued lo. day by the department of commerce show IntT that export from the United Hutu were tS,185,DHO,350, while imiiorla were S.750.569.7S4. WAjrniKrWOJ Vb a tnrmlm.nt of a nreildentiil fommiMlon lo nntsitlate wnn tne I'anadian government ana aeveral provincial covernmenta for wllhdraxal of official ordera nrerenflno Lh- pi tMtrtiillnti of pnlp wood Into the United SUtes wai propoied in a resolution mirodured today by b'enator Underwood, democrat. Alabama, IIAMnIV)y. Ohio. Veh 1 T.m.. W !ee, oontldrred one of the bent known mechanical tnglnaer In thli coontry, la deal here at the ace of 60 yer. He wai eooniel for th Wrlrht Ilrotheri In thrlr airplane litigation and was connected with lorming tno basts patent! (or several rn elnea. He wrote much on nnclneerinc tonics tinder the name of "Ohordal," MONTCLAIR. N. J.. Vcb. 2. Mm. nelilah OarreUon Ooi, an early leader of the woman suffrage and prohibition move menta la this coantry and anthor of sev eral olnmea of poems, died today, aged 91 years, Robert Lyon Cox, a vice presl' dont of the Metropolitan Life Insurance company, la her only inrvlvlng child. WASHI.VOTO.V. V.h. 2. Llat.nnl Oxendell Harden Kewman of St. 1ouls. Mich., died today from Injuries revclved in an airplane fall at llolllm field Jecem- her 31. when be wis tstlnir s tnniui. plane He was a member of the Aero Clnb of America and aMiited In designing of mo iDeriy motor. WAETIINGTOK. reb. 2. The annrem. oonrt today denied motion made upon he half of varloua Tevas nool and billiard room ownera to enjion temp.irarily state officials from enforcing the stale act of 1019 prohibiting such places, pending final determination by the court of appeals In volving the atatute'a validity. Lower courts held the act constitutional. TOMHSTONK. Arli.. Veil 2 Trisl of the three Disbee deportation defendsnts wu hailed temporarily here today when County Attorney 11. N French asked that 160 defendanta ha nut on trisl slmultsne. oualy under a blanket charge of kldnaplne .no io oeiense attorneys reiusea to nave tho trial proeeed unless but oos defendant went to trial. uuvc., .itniico, tno. invesirrs. Lr - I - , .1.. I k , . . . . I . I . I , ,..n wj ,ua ursbii VI DUIU i.UDBirBUO Ol Taleta, Teiaa. whose body was found on , i. - , . . . i . . . i . . u0 .iDiinu iiua oi ino ibH uranofl. wild - ...11.1 . . 1 .1 .1. 1 , . ... uuiin. iiwm vrrwiKU ail nud, l"D WFfll am, disclosed the man waa a naturalised American eltlsen, according to Information laid, before American Consul K. A. Dow, vj vmciais ui iub jruBrw court touay. WASirtKOTON" Veh . rrtu, nnhu. of 17,000 caskets for -$1.101. 50, to be new a to return army aesn irora r.unpe, haa been eompletet by the war depart ment in accordance with Its policy to re turn as soon as practicable bodies of Amer ican soldiers burled In France lo tho nest of Vln for lntiM in .vtueric.- The manufacturers .were Instructed to eipedile deliveries, MKX1CO CITT Feb. 2 Oen- Plutarra Wiss Calles, secretary of Industry, com merce and labor, tendered his resignation to President Carronia today. The president nil not sifrninea wnemer ne will accept. OeneraW Francisco Murruia. formerly hlsf of mUltsry operations In the ststes of Coshulls snd Tanianllpss. has been nsme,d minister of war, semi-official reports asy. PITT5JBUB0IL la.. Feb. 3. The dxirch must ecter more fully into community life It It Is to do ita full duty according to the report of the findings committee of the lay men's conference of the Inler'-Otarch World Movement wnx-n cjosed a tnrae-oay session here today. The report recommended the sceeptsnce of the inler-hnrch movement by all churches, ss In this wsv ontv was it possible to coordinate the forces of the ehuveh WASHI.NtlTOX. Feb 5 Itescrve of ficers csonot sccept commissions In the nstional roard nor ean a member of tbe regular army reserve enlist or accept a commission in the national ruard' undep a ruling by Judr" Advocate Gsneral Crowd. er, aruroved toiiy by Secretary MaWr, It was etplalned that it was cipected that tho new army re-organltation act would make provision for auch officers to be come members or toe gusrd. TOPEKA Kan. Feb. 2 tMh more than 1 1 870 Mies of Influents In Ksnsas and new easea beinir reported bv tha bun. drds every day. Ir. K J Crdmblne, of the atate board of health, tonight (tiul a state-wide fail for volunteer nurses. Dr. Crumblne urged that earn community or ganise, through the local Itl Cross, open a registry for volunteer nurses and take care of the victims of the disease. WABfTTKCTOV, Feb. 3 Marketing n't rottonieed for planting purposes should bo wide a more highly ipeelalliad, Industry than It Is and Ihe term "planting cotton seed" should be made to represent a piod uel of Infinitely greater Intrinsic and po tential value than ordinary cottonseed or the average planting cottonseed of today, the department of sgrico'ture has con cluded sfler s thorough Investigation of the subject. Fashion TaTlors make mol cloth, . a. K. corner Hacond and Jialn, upstairs. Adrt. CLAIM NEWBERRY SPENT TOO MUCHl Money Arguments Are. Stressed by Govern- 4 ment Prosecutor. SESSION HEATED ONE: Sharp Exchanges Between Counsel Featnre Actual Start of Hearing. TELEGRAM IS KEPT OUT Dcfonao Scores on Objection; Dailey Starts Outline of Case; Close Today. OI5AND rUI'IDH, Jllclt., Feb. ! -An outline of what the government expects to provo ugaliiflt Hrnntor T. II. Newberry and his I2i nn-o elates, clKtrged 'with 'coniplrucy In oonni-otlot, with tho 1318 tion.ttorlul campaign, wm stnrled In fetloral district, court today by l-'ranlc Cr lallcy, spcalal nmlatnnt atuirni-y Konenil. Vhon' ndjourntnent came he was ubout two-thirds through his oiiIIIm.v As soon n ho finishes tomorrow, Jamen O, Murfin coOiiHel for Sena tor .N'i'W ln-rry, will reply. Martin W. I.lttl-lon of rourtsel for the defense-, intfrrupled Mr. Dailey a few time with objections jtiul nt tho closo of tho seevrlon unkcd tho court to order government agents to "ccaxo sitting among the dofntidants and listening to their whispered con versations." Jungo 0. . Solon announced that hereafter the front seats would lie reserved for defendants and that others would have lo find places after tho men on trial had selected places. He would not Issue an order against the presence of secret serv ice mon who Mr. Littleton said were "not Invited to sit among tho de fendants." Preirnt Heading MrwHUirr. The defense by objections pre vented Mr. Dailey from rending what ho said was a copy of a telegram sent from Detroit to Mr. Newberry whon the latter was In New York on naval duty. Tho prosecutor parn phnutod the mego arid snld tho nvldeutPe would prove It had (icon Bent. Mg. Dailey stressed tho money which the Kovommtint alleges was spont In violation of tho law limit ing campaign expenses. Ho said Milton Oetknixn was hired us mana ger of tho Detroit campaign "nt a taggerlng mliry amounting to thou Hands of dollar." Ho ohiirgpd that when tho campaign startod tho New. CONTINUE!) ON PAOF. SIX. REVOLT" FAILS TO APPEAR Mosomoiit t" Hr-Suat Socialists in N. V. Doe Not Mitti-rlalln. AI.I1ANY, N. Y.. Feb. 2. -Tho "revolt" utilcli, It was rumored, wasi bolng organized against forces of Bpcakcr Hwcet nnd Majority Leader Adlcr, who Initiated the movement for suspension of tho five socialist assemblymen, failed to inatorlallr.o at tonight's session of lho lower houso. Humor had it that the "revolt" looking toward the discharge of the Judiciary commltteo and re-seating of tho socialists would bo led by Colonel Theodore Itoosevclt, but his friend, declarnd that If ho enter tained any such intention ho would not put It into execution until nftcr all evidence had been submitted In tho Investigation now being conduct ed by the committed into tho fitness of tho quintet to serve. Tho trial of tho socialists enters its third week tomorrow and Mar tin Conboy of New York of commit tee, counsel tonight notified tho de fense his sldo expected to have lis case all in by Thursday night. RAIL AGREEMENT IS NEAR CummitM AiinoiinmiH (Vinferi-CH Kx rxxteil lo Ibviclt font'luttion TtKlsy WASIUNaTON, Fob. 2 A final agreement on rr.. lro.nl legislation Is expected to bo reached tomorrow by the senate and house conferees, Hcnntor Cummins said today. T-l... .. I , . . .. . I ... ....... ...,n U ...... n - . IIV nnu.lkn'ii n u.i uim. ri:ii4iui Climmlna nrlduil. whlrth nffurilerl ' hope that a railroad bill satisfactory to both the senate and thu house would bo reported to both beforo tha week-end. The adoption of the conference bo fory tho end of tho week was even a possibility, Senator Cummins said. THOUGHTS TO THINK ABOUT CLEAN PAfJKS It Is possible that you have not noticed how well The World takes caro of Its readers by not accepting for Its Want Ad pages any kind of advertising that would bo objection able because of Immoral or faklsh character. It is a fixed prlnciplo In tha pol icy of Tho World not to allow any kind of advertising In lui pages which upon tho face of the adver tising copy which might get money or p.itronago from The World read ors without g"vlng back full value In goods or servlco World advertising Is ajl clean and attractive Telephone your Want Ads to The World. I'hona Osatro (000, 1 Glass Takes Senate Seat After Changes in Ca?inetAreAlade af i . a B li tftrtlTOO Ketiitlor Curler tiliins. W A H II I NO TON, 1'eh. 2 IMwIu T, Miiredlth of Des Moines, Iowa, l"cnme n member of tho s-nhlntit to day, succeeding David F HiiUstntKis secretary of agriculture, Mr. Hons ton wns sworn In nt noon as secre tary of the treasury, replacing Car. tor (IlneH, who took his sett In tho senate to fill out the uneiplred term of tho Into Hcnntor Martin of Vir ginia. NEED AID OF ALL TO REDUCE PRICE Meredith, on Taking Of fice, Outlines Plan for Lower Costs. WASIIINCITON, Feb. 2. Humilia tion of uselenei employes In non-prod- jictivo business, speeding up of In dustry commensurate, with the pres ent activity tl the farmers and de termination rrT retailors nnd jobbers to exact only a rcasonnhlo profit, were recommended an a, solution for tho high cost of living problem by lldwlti T. Meredith on taking the oath of offlco today as secretary of agriculture. Tho cost of living problem, ho Ms- sorted, carmot bo solved through ef forts of onn clans, but all business and nil labor must recognize the HOlutlon us a common duty or "lem and lend will there be or farm pro dueo to divide among the people nnd higher nnd higher will go tho price of that produced." Omnium Problem. "Farmers of America," said Ihe secretary, "are willing to nesuine their parf of the, rcsponslhlltlli'S In meeting any problem threatening the welfare and stability of our country, but this, high rust of living problem Is a mutual ono and they ask that It be approached by all the people as a common problem. They nsk that tho-e engaged In distribution eliminate thn lost motion and put so great a burden upon produclion as thorn Is upon It today, in other words, they nsk that there) b on adequate numner of producers of wealth, and this Includes properly and food of sill kinds anil only such dlsirlbutors as is necessary to per form tho services required. They ask that tho banke, railroads. Wholesale houses, retail evitalillnhinentr, fac tories, all of wh.eli are vltallv nc-. snry to the farmer r.ttd rercgnlfvl by him ns such- lie speeded up along CONTINTKD ON PAflF TWO POSSES LOOK FOR SLAYER Member of Alabama lrgL-tlaturo Slnln lly Uyr hxxdallt. HAUTHKM.K, Ala., Feb. 2. --Two poses wero searching tonight for Dr. It. H. Hoberson, eyo specialist, charged with shooting to death I'. M. Ilrlndle.y, attorney and member of the Alabama legislature. The shooting followed on argument on tho street between 'ho two men over a contract. Dashirig Monda Rose Society's Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde-Arrested CHICAGO, Feb. 2 Mis Monda Hose, whoso Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Ilyilo existence as a society favor ite and harness factory enahler ended with her flight when her books were found to be tlO.VOQ short, was arrested today In Win nipeg, Canada, Daehlng Monda Ilofif, as olio was known, was the owner of saddle horses, a chummy roadster nndA had suitors galore. Hhe was re- vealed as Hose Hchwcllburg, cash ier for a leather firm, lho pollco sajd. In the role of "Monda Hone" sha entertained lavishly and soon became ft favorite In society Hho maintained nn expensive apart ment, living alone, while her .mother lived In a cheap cottage, 'supporting herself by working in a box factory, MEXICANSRETAIN l muiiLHiiHiuno Korcfd Landing la Made wear Naco.an; M.a- taken on. Houte. wait for instruction: i ! Munifipiil Authorities Hold Yanks t'ntil Carranza De- ! terminus on Disposal, I GRIMES v AND DAVIS BACK Keport That They Were Well Treated While Held Captive After Forced Descent. DOrUIAr!. Arlr. , Feb. .- Major Walter ami l.leuteniint Wolf, avia tor, flying from Ml I'n-o to .vogiilet, Ariz made forced landing today near Nacozarl, Honorn, .Mux.. 73 miles wu It of I)iiui;1;i. They art) reported to be held by the munlolp.tl nutlifirl ties of Nacozarl. Mlijor lo Waller and Lieut. I hor Wolf, both members of the Twelfth nero squadron, tH.e stationed at Fort ils., Texas. Tho men were en route to No galee", Ariz, anTl It Is reported ml took thn Naoorarl railway leading smith from hum fur th -iiii-,,,,,i leading Hiiitlt from Fairbanks, about 10 tulles west of Dougltin, to Nu pitley i'pon arriving nt n point on the .Sherman riineh, S.'i miles due south of Doiigbf, tho plane had engine trouble. In descending the men worw unable (n chnoso a landing place other than a rough field and one plane of tholr machine Is reported to havo been broken. Just how the to men reached Ntioowiri Is not known here. They reached Xawzurl at i p, in. today nnd were at once placed under technical urrcit being taken to lho offlco of tho President Municipal Fianoineo SI. I'ereza and detained. Tho presldente Is said to havo lost no time In dlspute-hlng n toletlraiii to dolfo de la Muertn, governor' of Honorci, at llermotwlllo, reiieKtlfi! Ut.it ho report tho rftvurrence to tho central government and followed In struction us to tho deposition of me two omcerit. It Is reported also that the two officers wero affordod the courtesy of sending a telegram to their com manding officer ut Fort I11Ik. todny, reiHtlnr their experiences nnil ex' plntnlng tho situation. Tho men, ac cording to reports, are bolng well tnvncd. M'AM.IIN, Texas, Feb. .2. I.lou tennnts (1. V.. (Irlmrni and 1-3, H. Davis of the IJIghth nero wUiulron, who wero forced to land 30 mliivi within the Mexican border yhon their pupply of gasoline became exhausted, and who were) held by Mexican of ficials pending nn Investigation of their Invnxlon of tho Mexican soil, were rnleatiiyl from custody Hundny afternoon nnd relumed to McAllen .Monday afternoon at 3 30 o clock having mnrte the trip back in llioir machine from Laredo. Lieutenants Grimes and Davis re port thoy wero treated with the ut most conuldorution during their forced stny in Mexico and that every. Uilnir rxwdhlo wns dono for tholr comfort during their stay at Guer rero. They report that tho oltlzetts or otierrero dlsplayou s, most friend ly disposition! and that they wero trmtcti more ns gueerts of thn city than ns prisoners; that while they wero detained until tho usual Inter national formalities hid been com pleted they wero not made to feel themselves prisoners In any sense of the word, und were at no time un der guard or confinement, BRITISH DEPLORE CAMPAIGN I'niM'A Desoto Much Spseei m Opo eltlon to Nntlon In I'nlUNi States. LONDON. Fob. 2 Itflatlons be tween, the I'nlled Htate.s and tlrent Hrlllnn fill a large spae in morn ing paper! several of which print long dlspatihc from their Alitor linn correspondents rind comment there on, with references to the letterx of Vlweount firry and Keorolary Glass. Tho dlspatrlios reprewpt that a bit- ter campaign Is being waged In the United Htites against Great Ilrlllun and the papers deplore this. They retrard viscount Urey n letter as op portuno and rwipe It will tend to en lightenment They endorso his ap ptl for fair consideration from tho American point of view. Tho Times, Morning Teegraih and Mall are among theh. Thn Mail dons not doubt America win do tho right thing on the league of nations, adding: "Hut hhe must b allowed to do It in her own time THE what mm Trust, Ok 1 Feb 2- Mailmum, ev minimum. 30, Muth winJi. clear trace of rain OKLAHOMA: Tuesday ansetl'ted. prob ably ralD er anew In nortbesst portioa, eo'or: WVInes'lar tinrxryt IjOUltJIANA: Tue.dsr nasellled, preb-ablj- rain in east portion, eomewbat eelder In northwest portion, Wednesday eloudy, polder In north wirtlon. ARKANSAS: Tue(day probably rain and wider Wednesday elondy KA8T TKXAr." Tiiesdsy and Wednes dar unsettled rirobablr lorsl Mini In soutb portion golder in north and t portions Tuesday Snd in norihrsit tortlon wednes iltr WKHT TKXAH Tuesday eioudj colder Vednesdsy--c1oudy I KANSAHt Cloud r and unewtiat nnset tied Taeadav raider In -east rw.rtlnn. Wednesday probabJ fair with ilewlj rUin temporsture v 1 DfCIIIT (If TIM Q P.I OTMIPRQ RAI U . nlnrr, U IN LUWtK TKIUtO Heated Arguments Pre vail at Session in i Washington. ' LOWER PROFIT URGED Department Uequerfts Trade to Shnvc Dowi 1'iiirniiiKfl hut Htick Is Passed. WASHINGTON. Feb. 2. - NettollJ ntlons between department of Justice officials, t barged with driving down living roats, and tepresnulatlves of lulereatH etigaiteil In manufacturn and salt of men's clothing, had mndn little progress tonight toward development of a policy tending to lower prices. The Intdo representa tives were urKed to shavn tholr profit but this sunnesllon apparent ly had developed n heated argu ment. Much group of representatives was willing that the oilier elements of thn Industry should eliminate big profits, department officials eaiil There was lunch secrooy about lliil session, which hinted until lntn tnnluht Members of the conference iltclliiecl to diecuss ptoposals debat ed, nnd department officials under Instructions from Attorney General Calmer to mitkn public statements of the plans only when sesurutico of results eould be given, would say only that they hud outlined lho gov ernment's views. Suggestion was tnnde to the con ference lalo today that tho general session bo broken tip Into commit tees, which erhaps could nrrlvn at some basis of action. Dcflnltn agron. mem on mat plan, However, had not been reached. DELAY -MEMORIAL SESSION Meeting Nclicditled for Today nt Oklahoma City I'ordixmcd. Ilr Associated l'resa Mate Wire. OKLAHOMA CITY, Fob. 2- The statn memorial commission, which was to havo met tomorrow morning to receive designs from architects of thn state for a memorial to bo oruct ed to the state's sons and daughters who fori In t lies war, announced to night that It would postpone lis meeting' Indefinitely. It Is expected, members said, that II will moot In twnweeks, Architects who havo not yet sub mitted designs will bo permitted to, do so unlit tho commission moots. McGraw NametfVice Chairman for Wood Presidential Battle D The AsioclsiA Press CHICAGO. Fob. 2 The organ izntlon of the Wood national cam paign committee was announced tonlKht at Wood headquarter ns follows: W. C. Procter, Ohio, chalrniHti; .lames J McGraw, re publican national committeeman of Oklahoma, vlco chairman! Fred (y an ley, Kunsas, vlco chair limn und western manager; A. A. SpraKue, Illinois, treasurer; II. C. Hlobblns, New Vork, eastern treas urer. Knecutlvo committee.: Nor man J. Gould, eastern munagcr; T. W. Miller, amlslaul easlern mnnitke.r, G II. Moses, Washing ton, southern manager Tha names of u general commlt teo of 2fi, Including several wom en, also were announced. Guy Spiker Will Marry Emily Knowles at Fall River Today Hr Ihe Assisted press NKW YOltK, Foh 2. Miss Lmlly Knowles wns released from Kills Island tfday und left on the steanmr i'lynfouth for Fall Itlver, Mass., with her baby; Mrs. Perley It Hplkcr, wife of thn father of the i hlld. and Guy Hplki-r. Perley Hplker s brother, whom she hs promlend to wed. Lite ind.iy -a l.ooo Liberty bon 1 was posted for the release of Miss Knowles by Mrs Hplker, who In vited the Hngllsh K'rl to conio to America and loskn her homo in Ilalllmoro with her and her hus band. Irtimlgrutlnn Commissioner Uhl announced Miss Knowlnujnust be delivered to her relatives, Mr. and Mrs W K. Ilattershy In Fall Itlver beforo sho may be married This upset plans fqr -n linmediato wertdlnK, and Guy Hplker, who had proposed and been nrr-npted earlier in the day, deeldeil to go to Full Itlver, where thn eeremony may bo porformod tomorrow. Tho baby, named Alfred Hay Knowles, will bn f months old Wednesday. Itenjnmln Klhsch stnln, Mrs. fiplkef's attorney, says he had received letters offering financial uMstnnco to thn girl, praising Mrs Splkor for her "magnanimous action and her sweet and forgiving nature." and commending Guy Hplker for his "chivalrous, offer ' llr Internslionsl Ke-s Hervlre. NKW YOHK, Feb, 2, -Attend sd by an attorney and a. crowd of CAUCUSES IN Wins Suffrnuc Fidit Hut lSxcrtion Causes Miss Miller's Death Mr tswirltle-l 1'iess Hislo Wire MIIAWNHl:, I eb. 1 - Miss Alojshm Utrilt Miller, suffraRU leader In Oklahoma, who left her home while recovering front u Hi Ulrli of lufluelisn to lead tho "Kill lii thn I'ollaw'iittiiinlo county rotiveiitlnu lual week for the passiifin of a resolution urging Governor Hoberison to call a spo ulol Hosalon of the lenlsl.it uro to ratify the suffrage amendment, died at her home hero today. On her reiurn ft mil lho county convention, whetti she debuted tho lesolutlou with Attorney General H. I'. Fiocllng, opposing thn spe olal session, which was carried by a big majority, Miss Millet- was taken seriously III and grow' gradually win mi until hho died. Him wits field secretary for lliv Ited Cross In Oklahoma nnd mem ber of lho stilts council of defense. Tho funeral will b held hero tomorrow at 10:30 o'clock from tho Catholic church. OKLAHOMA CITY, Feb, 2.-Govornoi- Holiertson today ordered thai the flag at Ihe statu rtipltol bo lowered In half mnst dutlng lho funeral set vices of Mies Utrcll Miller In recognition of her serv ices to the state The older was made on request of Attorney Gen. eral H. I Frenllng. OIL LEASE BILL " IS AGREED UPON A Settlement Is Reached After Deadlock of. Three Months. WASHINGTON. Feb. 3. Three months I of bickering and an almost unbreakable deadlock on lho oil land leasing bill ended lata todny throuuh agreement by hounu and snnato conferees otv lho legislation. Chairman Hmoot iiniiruincod lho (lonferonco report wtmld dm submit led lo tho houso tomorrow nnd nn effort Hindu, to obtain Immedlato ronnlderstlou. Thn agreement Is expected to bo approved with little opposition by both thn holme and senate, thereby completing legislation pending for 10 years, which would open for de velopment approximately 75,0011,0(10 ncres of public domain In western slates, Iist session a similar bill .witHpnsacd, but tho senate's failure to niiopt tun conference report In tho Jam of legislation nt tho close of tho session prevented enactment. As propose! Hid bill affects oil, coal, gas, photqihilte, sodium and nil shaln lands nnd Is strictly a leasing measure, all provisions fur sale hnv Ing been eliminated. I'nder the measure, iipproxlmatcly d 1,000,000 acres of government coal land would be opened fur development,, as well its about 11,000,000 acres of oil lumts As agreed by thn conferees, tho bill specifies only a minimum roy alty, tha ntinuto provisions providing maximum royalties having been eliminated. An to contested claims of nil, the conferees ncrecrt upon 70 per cent of thn royalty fecodved on past production going to thn recla mation fund, 20 per cent to tha states In whleh Ihe oil was pro duced, and 0 per cent to the gov ernment. Under another compro mise) nil royalties derived from nil, gas, coal, phosphate and sodium produced would be distributed 62 4 per crnt to tho reclamation fund. 37 4 per cent to tho states, und IP per cent to thn government. i uriouH persons, 'iuv H Hpiker went to Kills Island today anil met for the first tliiui Mies I'3mlty Knowles. the nreity young Knglish mother of his brother's baby, whom ho contracted to marry even before he saw her Mrs I'erley Hplker. wlfo of Ale father of the Knowles "war baby" accompanied her brother-in-law to the Island and whs present when In r husband's brother voluntarily offered tn n.iike amends for tho wrong done the Kir I. Mrs Hplker osplalned why sho had sent pusoago money for thn girl whdm Ix'r husband confessed hn had wronifod while In I3ngland during the war. "My phllosopy Is that of tho Golden Kulo" sho told the linml h'ratloti commission. "Hy that 1 tin not mean that I am particu larly religious, nlthnliich I am a I'rntestunt. Miss Knowles suffer ed an Injustice, so I wrote lo her and sent her passage money for herself arid buby to come. That is all." "I will marry Miss Knowlss nt once If that Is posnlblo," sold Ouy Hplker. "That Is what I came hero for. 1 am only waiting for her consent. Or. If she can't marry mo now, I will marry her any time sho Is ready ' I ask that Mihs Krmwlei arid hr babj bn pluit-d empoi trtly III charge of m sister in taw Mrs I'erley Kplker I want to make that clear heoUinn it has been reported that Miss Knowles will bo sunt to OOSTI.VUEB 0.7 rAOE SIX, DOUBT Early Indications Show Anti-Hnmon Forces in Slight Lead. SENTIMENT FOR WOOD Straw Voles and Known Instruction!-. Give Gen crnl Advantage. EMBRY IS TRIUMPHANT Carries Oklahoma City and Logan County at Pre cinct Meetings. HAMON WINS SECOND - v - Gets Muskogee and Other Counties Heard From; Women Arc Active. Itesnls of Ihn republican precinct cuiicuses hold in Tuliu--clty nnd county -yesterday wero very much in doubt at mldnlKht. On account- of poor telephone service only parllnl returns wero obtainable nt u, lato hour Inst night, but those that had como In showed M ..! .! - K..n . t. llammi unii nntl-llVmotrforces!,"' Figures rocelvnit at Tho World office from precincts reporting re vealed B0 aritl-llamon and 48 Hu mtm ilvlogatrs elected, with a num. ber not favoring cither fnctlon. Thn women voters played sn Im portant part In thn caucuses nnd ladles wero present in every precinct In goodly numbers. A number of lho precincts nominated and ntectnd wo men as delegates nnd alternates. AlthotiKli but few of Uin il elegit I en worn Instructed for president, tho Wood sentiment predominated In almost every precinct In Tulsa. After the meeting adjourned thn 21 voters In precinct four took n straw voto for president. This rhowed Wood, It; Johnson, C; Iowden, 4, and Harding I. This ratio wns dlrcovored In other precinct straw votes. Tho ilelcgntes wero selectod to at tend thn county convention on Fob runry fi, when delegates will ho so. leeted to tho stnlo and First district conventions. In precinct 13 lho chairman of thn Caucus refused to entertain a motion tn Instruct for any ono ex. copt Mr, Damon. In precinct soven thn Ilumon slafn went through, Ifn mon workerit refusing to permit any nominations for dnlegutes except Ihosn appearing on a yellow stln of pnpor which they circulated. A number of precincts sent split delegations, but unlnslrucled. NOWATA OOUNTV IH rNINKTHfCI'ICI). Ppeclsl to The WorlJ, NOWATA, Feb, 2 -Unlnslructed delegates to Jho Nowata county, con vention wero , nominated today nt republican caucuses. Sentiment ap pears lo ho strong for -tho election of a third man for national commit teeman, General W6od is thn strong est of the presidential candidates. NO IN.STIUJOTIONS CIVi:.V I.V OTTAWA. S'peelal tn The World. MIAMI. Feb, 2. Delegates to thn Ottawa county convention wer un Instructed today at republican cau cuses for committeeman. ANTMIAMO.V FOIUi:S WIN IN WASHINGTON. IflH-elsl lo Tho World. j HA 1 ITLKH V I LLK. Feb. 2. At thn republican city and county caucuses in Washington county today to elect delegates to tho county convention delegates opposed to Jako L. Harnon wero elected so far us can ho deter mined from Incomplete roturns to night. Thn county convention Is expected Mi Instruct for General Wood for president. r.Mimr oAiTimKs OIUiAIIOMA CITY lly Atwlstert Pre Ktete Wire. OKLAHOMA CITY, Fb, 2,At midnight tonight John Umhry, can didate for republican national com mitteeman, wan clalmlnu: 11 J dele gates tu Jako I Hatnon's 43 In tho 31 proclncts of Oklahoma county that had been heard from, with 2,1 still not reported. Caucuses worn held today In thn First, Bncond, Third, Fifth and Klghth conitrohsloual districts. In all of which tho national committee manshlp was the paramount issue llnmon headquarters here claim lo bsve h7 delegates lo i fir Lmbry in Oklahoma City A frw city pro. clncts have not reported I'.MIIUY IS CLAIMING i'insni'i((j coevrv. Ily Associated Trees Male Wire. M'ALFffWi;, Feb, 2 -John Km bry forces are claiming hn carried, I'ltwhurg eminty on the. basis of un official und Inoojnpletn reports, HAMO.V THID.MI'HS AT .MI'SKOGI'K. Ml'SKOGKH, Feb, 2 Hamon fol ' wem captured H3 out of 84 dolt gates in the Second congressional .llitrlr-t at renubllca.n nroclnct ruu. cusrs held todny Ilarnon rarrlea Adair, Hequoyali, CO.STLSXi.U ON rXOB TWO.