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THE MORNING OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER A NEWSPAPER FOR flVIC PRIDE, THE HOME, A GREATER TULSA FINA L EDITION VOL. XIV, NO. 130 TULSA, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY A, 1020 10 PAGES. PRICE 5 CENTS. START TESTIMONY IN ELECTION CASE News Correspondent First on Stand in xsewuun-y Trial. GREAT TIME FOR BOYS Senator's Agent Ouoted as Saying Much Money wouiu I Tie Sncnt in Campaign. 'WORKED" PLAN ON FORD Democrat Ran Against Him to Prevent Party Members Voting 0. 0. P. OnAS'I) ItAl'IDH. Mich.. Feb. 3. preceded by an appeal ' J"'J by James W llelmo, candidate for t'nited States senator In tho 1918 democratic primary, tlio first ovl denco was Introduced today In tho Newberry elections conspiracy trial. Hcrnit! s appe.iranco was unherald ed. It followed a statement by James 0. Murfm, who opened for tho defense that llelmo had boon worked" by tho Newberry cam tjIRn committed Into making tho rice againsi Ford. .Murfln explained a the Jury that this was dono to trevent democratic votes being cast lir IFnry Kurd In tho republican (rinnry I was 'worked' ns Mr., llurf.n fhl you," raid Holme. "I Ira making this statement because I seem to oc upy a tiniltlon apart from the other defendants, but tho recital li a bit humiliating." He said he had confidence In William J- McKel, the other demo, critic defendant In tho trial, who persuaded him to run for sonator, becausowhen llelmo was slato dairy ommlssloncr ho kept McKel us a deputy several years despite efforts of othr politicians to "got h' Job." llelmo said that Samuel O'Doll, another defendant and who was state treasurer In 1518, told him that It he "beat Ford In tho democratic 'orlmary nnd Ford won tho repub lican nomination, all tho republicans would turn to mo In tho general election." Toctimouy Starts. After somo legal skirmishing' tho Introduction of testimony started. Two witnesses wero called today, J. 0. Hayden, Washington correspond ent of tho Detroit News, and James E. Sfflnehart of tho paper's Now York bureau. Swinehnrt related tht Frederick Cody, an alleged otent of tho senator, conversing In New York regarding the Newberry candidacy had said: "It will be a great time for the boyj In Michigan, because they will spend a bunch of money." Hayden testified to conversations in December. 1917. with both Cody and Truman II. Newberry, then a lieutenant commander In thn navy. He nld on direct examination that Cody tried to hlro him as campaign manager for Newberry. On cross "amlnatlon by Martin W. Littleton, he agreed that thn Job was that of a 'political secretary." with head iiartens in Detroit and duties of ex amining political sentiment In Mlch lan. Hayden said Cody told him that "i .Newberry's were Immensely jealthy but that i,e had advised notli Coilv nnd Newberry not to make a "barrel campaign." He said Vwberry agreed with him and they mentioned the Mitchell mayoralty mpj Bn in New York nnd tho tlerrlck campaign In Ohio as ex amples of wasted expenditures. i. JyJ.en nlso rifled that ho ad ?w(,,;b"ri' to cfit tho "nited rK,1 of au ""Publican factions In i,,Vr J ,a.s " necessary start to a ucccssful campaign. I'rgrd to Kntrr llneo. On cross uxamlnntlnn Mr. lilttlc. Pl,'.r,ou8ht nut that Newberry had i ay.du " hn ha1 on urged to be?, n,,lco ' Governor AL ert h. Sleeper Si-inehart told of meeting Cody COSTISt ED ON' PAOB TWO. NEW REVOLT OCCURS - ... ...mihuii iMviim in inui- ,"M"k '"' Departure) ofAinrri. " '"i interrupted, (S''S. Feb. 3,-Another tok it,. ?,t!n" occurred in Vlndlvos thi 'I? s,lbrian port through which ar,?rlc?n txpcdltlonary forco, Il nr.r.nln,r homo' MaJr January 3?' ,n n .o dated r den 'I receml today nt tho outbrcE mBnt fIortod that the icier ,,"' parey 'ocl In char '(ere ,na' rivolutlonlsts trooJ" "n',ru,.of the city. Allied t citf,a.lromwf " "treot. to pro- Th.Ti. ; anu I,rvont robbery. "volSuon '.?",' nnnol"i"d by tho r In Rih msh against civil foriigS f'b",a Rn" for the ond of fain. 'nlcrfcrence In Siberian af- w'ian0c",cln,f Ooneral Graves1 volu!?o,,ftr- "a.Xr tho .Ule d.,.. " "ul micnoro wan 4. "PUrO of the A,n.rl,.nn t"WDl. luhl.L V- "" . .......... I i. ut7h::Ln inr rrt.itirn "Utal leddi h ''fOlnB bankors. po J the th" this after t'nt the ,f u"atlon thHt has arisen U Brca er"8 ra, of "change. tinM in 7 , E"rcy was matn c,1lnK,acrnne''tlon with tho pro, "M "d afo7"rt f which is being 'ai-Uu, tor Presentation to tho World's NewsSTold in Condensed Form for Hurried Readers DK.VVKIl, Vb 3. Th Denter l'ott to-1 dy innounefd It would par fZS.tiuo to Ilia pliyncjan llndlnj i euro for inllu enta j WASIIIXOTO.V. Jb. 3. A rrclonin disturbance U central eter raetern (leoritia I and it inuring tay nurlheastward, the ' "father bureau announced UHllght. ' i COI.U.MIltH. Ohio.. VVb. s lltrold Hruee. 2 u( OlrTnlnnd is In Columbus on a walking tour to Hioomlngton, 'Ixss, ithrr h ; he wHl wed Miss llollj WhlttUy. OI.KNV VAI.LH V Y . Feb 3 Damage cMlmaird at in.irn than a bait million dol lars was done by a fire at Ihe tillage of nuaaon rails lo.injr. l liiri)-nto uiniiira were nmde homolvsii AMIANY, Ala Fob. 3. Bl children two seta of triplet! within 16 months Is the birth record in Ihe family nf Mr. And lira. I'osev I.lTingslone of Albany. The aotond trto of ohlldrtti was boru yester day and all aro we'd WAK1MNOTON, Feb. 3. The bill pro viding for an Inrrraxt of 10 prr cent In army offlmra' nay and SO per cent In the pay of the enlisted tpen above the grade private ss pasitd without a roll call by tho senate tins afli-n.oon. LONDON. Feb. 3 Viscount Orry's let ter drtcudinii the American praeo treaty reservations 'was fully approved by the llrillsh Mbinet bi-foro It was sent to the Iondon Times for ttiblicatlon. it was learned -from an officii! source this after noon. WASHINGTON, Feb 3 n appropria tion of J 12.000 for espenses of President Wilson's second Industrial conference, now In session, was stricken out of the general deficiency bill in the botiro today on a point of order by Heprrseotatlva Illanton, democrat Teiai. KKV,' YOHK, Feb. 3 Mra. Itnse Tas tor .S4)Ves was nrresled here to-iay upon telegraphic request of the noliea of Chi cago wher she ns indiclnl last month charged with criminal symlliAlUm. Mrs Stokes was arraigned nnd held without ball for ciamlnailon February 1C ni'DWKST Jan. nt. Doslgnation of Arehduke Joseph as king by the Hungar ian national assembly seams probable as a result of thn strong royalist tendency in this country This movement persists de spite objections to the Hspsburg on the rart of tho allies and Hungarian sodal sts NEW YORK. Feb. 3 Sentiment has already crystalllted among renibllcan women for a platform plank declaring for a federal department of education with a woman as secretary of edncatton, according to Ills .Mary Oarrett Hay. who has just returned to New York from a visit to 29 states, , THIF.STK. Feb. 3. Oabrlele d' Annua ilo, Itallin Insurgent leader at Flume, has eelsM the torpedo boat Orslni ond the auxiliary ship Cltta ill I torn a, bound from Acona to Poll with munitions and food stuffs for the Italian naval forces. The vessels were brought Into Flume yesterday. WASHINGTON. Feb. 3 Compensation for disaWod soldiers taking courses of vocational rehabilitation would be Increased to J100 monthly for those without depend ants and 9120 monthly for married men, under a bill Introduced today by Ilepre aentatlve. Darrow, republican, Pennsyl vania. Present ratea are and 1109. DOtJOLAS. Arts.. Feb. S. Lleuts. O. Lnsher and I, M Wolf. American aviators who made a forced landing in Metico, yes terday wero still prisoners of Meiican au thorities at Nacojarl today However. It was said their imprisonment is merely technical and they are being treated w,lth the greatest courtesy. PALTIMOrtK. lid Feb. 3 - Vn Inves tigation was bepin by thn grand Jury to day Into charges that moro than $1 200, 000 of worlhiess stocks, principally oil shares had been sold here bv means of a ''sucker" list containing upwards of 4,000 names. Fifteen brokera offices are said to be involved NKW Ont.KANH Feb. 3 Capt. W. C. nunter and four inembera of tho crew of the American schooner Cresent, owned in Tonsacola. were rescued from Iheir sink log vessels in the Oulf of .Meslco Frldsy by tho Itelgian steamer Menapter, which arrived here today from Antwerp, ."AN ANORLO. Tesas. Feb 3 Date Atkins, soldier of fortune and for 19 years a fugitive from Justice, was found guilty of tho murder of Tom Hardin, a mernhant at Knickerbocker. Ui Slarch, 1897. by a district court Jury here today. Atkins was sentenced to flro years imprisonment. PU.VTHI.K Ireland. Feb. 3 Th steam pscket Iveagh, which left Liverpool for Dundslk Monday night with passengers and rariro. hss rot arrived rsutinc crest uneasiness. Crowds have gathered outside tne gates at the lieail or tno wnart await Ing news of Ihe vessel FAN PEDRO. Cal. Feh. .1 Tho bailie ship Idaho established n new target record for the Pacific fleet yesterday, it was an nounced, when nine bnllseyes over long range were made In ao shots with Its II Inch guns The formes fled reoord was held by the Alisalsslppl and was flse bulla ayes In 30 shots. WASHINGTON. Feb. 3 "cecal of the wartime act giving 1 lies federal government control over the prico and distribution of wheat la proposed in a bill introduced to ilav Tnv l,hslrm;in tlrnnna of the senate agriculture committee to which thn measure was referred mong other things the bill would alio ish llwi I nltcl Htatas grain corporation ST IjOUIP. Veh 3. Oca of he lld- est bits ef banditry In police annals here was staged thla morning by two robbers wtio entern.1 the offices of tho Pennsyl vania neflnlns- A Smelling Co In the heart ofthe business district during the middle forenoon rush hours and at the point of revolvers held up the office force while ther robbed the safe of over $2,000 worth of bar gold, platinum and Jewelry OF.NF.VA. Feb 3 --One of the Egyptian nationalist leaders here. I)r bdu Said. lhas telegraphed former Premier Clemen to leave the country as soon as possible Otherwise, the telegram says, his life would be in danger. Dr. Abdul f-nld ae. cuies M Olemenresu of Joining the Brit ish against Kgrptian liberty. MANAGUA. Nlesraena. Feh. 3 There has been a fresh revolutionary outbreak In Honduras, according to advices received here today. Tho revolutionists who are headed bv Don Alberto Membreno, former vice president of Hondurav and floetor asano Koriano, nave suuerea a heavy ile. fest bv government forces and now are retiring toward the Nlcaraguan frontier. TtTItlN. Feb. 3. Four Uentenanta. five snb-llentensnts and one sergeant of Capt Oabrlele d'Annunilo's Flumean arsny, who made up the parly which kidnaped Gen eral Nrgra, rommaoder of the Italian 49th division, stationed at Istna. last Wednes day night, have been arretted and are im prisoned here after having again erossed Ihe armistice line Other ''desperate deeda" ara charged against them Fashion Tailors make xnd elnthes H. K. corner Kscond and Main, upstairs. DANIELS CHARGES SIMS WAS UNFAIR Naval Chief Says Ad miral Influenced by Personal Animus. OMITS WILSON'S NAME Yank Commander Is Denied Honors Uccaysc of Sims' Dislike. CHARGES ANSWERED Cabinet Member Appears Rcforc Senate Committee and Is Hitter. WASIIINOTON. Feb. 3. Secretary D.inloU mado formal unswer today to criticism by Hear Admiral Will lam . Sims nnd others of tho policy rollowod In nwardlng war Uocora-t.on-s. Apppnrlng .beforo tho senato ulwommitteo invcitlgutltitr thu awanls. Air. Daniels riMfflrme-d Uin views which led hint to niter some of tho rt-ciiintiundatloiis for docorn,. tlonei, mipportitig his contentions with (i ong carufully prepared statement rolng Into tht irlcdal sltuauon in detail, C'ther charge mado hf Admiral hini.i, iim to Urn pre pared mw of tho navy at iho stm t of the war nnd Hip desrei- of LV-oix-ratlifn with nllied iidmlraltleH wero not taken up tll roctly. Mr. Daniels confining- his tc-Htlmony uliplly to tho minlal con-trovcrv-. When thn secretary con clude!, Chairman IKUo of the sub committee, adjourned tho hearing until Friday to penult committee members to study .Mr. Danloln' state ment. Wniilil Hum; Hail Itovolt. Tho naval necretnry at several points in tho Uro and a half hour reading of his prepared statement shown! considorable feollng, imrtic ularly when he countered the Htato ment of Admiral Sims that the American navy "did no fighting durimr the war." In this connection .Mr Daniels vigorously pounding the table. lold tho commltteo that It was well that Admiral Sims had not madsi U"h un tissertlon to tho nion optr- niins American vwla In the war :ono for If ho had, "ho wouhl have hud n revolt In his own command." At another point tho seerotnry de parted from his written statement to declare that Admiral Sims as a re suit of personal differences with I Admiral Henry II. Wilson, former commander if American navnl forces off ihe French coast, hnl omitted Wllion's nnmo from the list of offi cers recommended for distinguished service medals Whllo Admiral Sims recommended young officers who served woil In minor posts for distinguished service medals and other flag offleet-H under his command for the same honor. aid Mr. Daniels. Ho omlttiM that distinguished admiral who com manded all American naval force off the French coast. Hear Admiral 'llson. now commander in chief of the Atlantic fleet. Wilson Hunks High. "When the history of tho war is written Admiral Wilson's service will Htand us high ns that of Sims, Mavo, Henson or Hodman. When It wan decided to appoint Admiral Wilson commander-in-chief of tho Atlantic fleet, Secretary Dan iels said. Admiral Sims wroto a let ter of protcnt. Characterizing tho contemplated appointment an a "very gr.tvo rnlstako indeed," tho CONTINUKD ON I'AOh TWO. TWO-ARE KNOWN DEAD ISsftity-rln Negnx'H IIcIIcmiI to Hnt l'orlshcd When Train Gocri 'I'hiviugh Onus bridge C1.AYTON, l-a., Feb. 3. Two trainmen aro known to have been killed and to to 2!i negroes nro be lieved to have perished In the wreck of a St louls. Iron Mountain ft Southern passenger train, which plunged through un open drawbridge over the Tensas river today. The two known dead aro .lames Casteel, fireman, and Sam McCullen, expiesH messenger, both white. Most of tho other reported dead wero In tho negro conch, tho only passenger coaeb which went through the draw. Tho cars are said to be in 5o feet of water and none of the bodies havo beon recoNcred. Survivors say the engine, express car nnd negro coacn went through the draw, which was open to allow the passage of a steamboat and tow, and It Is helloved that because of a heavy fog the en gineer did not seo the signals. James Taylor, tho engineer, sustained a broken leg and internal Injuries. Taylor went down with the engine, but managed to make his eseupo from tho cab after tho plungo Into tho water Tho mall ' lerk and some othorn who wore s'nndlng on the platform of tho express car, es caped by Jumping into tho river. TiufvJniTiTiui TULSA. Okla.. Feb 3. Maslmum. 87: minimum, 42: north winds: cloudy; trace OKLAHOMA- Wednesday part cloudy, warmer In northwest, colder In southesst ortlon Thursdsy partly cloudy, warmer. Mil imi,.-. weunrsoay isir, corner; Thursday partly cloudy ARKANSAS- Wednesday fair, colder Thursday partiy t-loudy, warmer In wast portion EAST TF.XA5? Wednesday parl'y rioudy colder in east and south portions, Th'Tredsy psrl y cloudy, warmer WK-I Tr.XAH Wednesday and Thurs day partly cloudy, moderate teruperaturs. Crown Prince First on List of Germans 1 Demanded by Allies FAItlS. Feb. 3. (llavas) - -Paul Dutasln. secretary of tho peaco conference, today handed to llaron von Lereuor, head of tho (Hi man delegation, tho list of imuains whcwi extradition Is de manded by the allies. I'AIMH, Feb. 3 -Tho list of (IrrmaiiH accused by tho allies of war crimen nnd whoso extradition Is to bo demanded. Is bended by former Crown l'rlncn Frederick William nnd several other sons of the former (lei man emperor Tho list will bo handed to Huron Kurt von Lersnor, thn German reprn. scntatlve here, this afternoon. Included In thn list are Dr. Theobald von llethmunn-llollwcg, former (Jerman Imperial chancel lor; Field Marshal von Illuden burg, (lcner.il Ktlch Ludendorff, formerly first iiartermastcr gen enil; Field Marshal von Mackcn sen, Crown l'tineo ituppioelit of llavnrla, thu Duke of Wurttcm burg anil u number of otlier princes and titled officers. embrywE'be tulsas choice Harmony to Prevail at County Convention on Thursday. HAMON IS OPTIMISTIC McCullouRh Likely to He the Delegate to Chicago; Gen eral Wood Favored. Indications nil pointed Tuesday to a most harmonious convention of tho Tulisa county republlciiim when tho meeting Is called to order at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon in tho Convention hall by County Chair man A. A. Small. Tho republican voters in tho pro clnct cuuciiHcj, Monday night mado a (tedded stand for party harmony and decency In politics by choosing men to represent them In the county convention who are by a HUlwIuntlal tnujorlty for Wood and McCullough ami against Ilttmon. Tho result of tho convention will mem that tho republican voters nt tins county will ho enabled I" pro sent a united front to their political enemies In the city, county and na tional elections this year. Wlillo tho Hamon forces refused to ddnilt defeat yesterday nnd had omlsKtrlos scouring tho country in a despcralo endeuvor to ntem tho rising' tide of di.-natlsfactlon with their .leader, there wero no evidences last night that any headway along this line had been made. Many of tho delegatm upon whom they had counted for lAjprvort visited tho Wood headiUiirtorn during the day and annoutsce.1 their Intontion of sup porting John Kmhry as the man bo:t fitted to represent Oklahoma re publican wntlincnt in tho national party councils. John I'.nibry will iindouhledly bo tho man behind whoso candidacy tho republican voters of Tulv county will lino up Thursday. The women voters are especially Inter entod In tho defeat oT Hamon nnd their Influence will bo a puiont fac tor in tho deliberations and derisions CONTINUED ON PAOE KLEVEN. CHIEF GU"NMANklLLED Mntirloo Knrlglit of Clilcngo Is Met by Volley of Shots iin Ho Slops From Ills Auto. CHICAC.O, Feb. 3 - Maurlco (Moss) Knright, known its tho chlof tjf Chicago gunmen, nnd a partici pant In many labor feuds, was shut ami killed as hn ntepped from tils automobile, in front of his homo to night. Flva men in a black nutomobllo with closed curtains, according lo witnesses, opened flro on Knright be foro ho could druw Ills revolver from Ilia overcoat pocket. A fuslllado of shots wero fired, 11 taking effect. Knright was dead when his wife, attracted by the shooting, rnn to the machine. That tho shooting wnM tho outcome of Home of the inimei ouh labor conio vorsles In which Unrlght was In volved, was opinion advnnced by the police who bavn arrested Ku geno Oeary, ulleged I.ibor gunman, us tho first suspect. Knright, 41 yenrH old. had been known to Iho pollen becnuo of his connection with a iiuinbnr of shoot ings anil two murders. I'ntll eight months ago ho was business agent of tho plumbers' union. He resigned from this position after he had beon seriously wounded nt a meotlng of tho union when efforts wero made to oust him. ALLEGED AUTO THIEF SHOT Freil Walker of Itnihor Wounded Companion In Cnpturcil, STIMAVKI.L, Okla., Feb 3 Fred Walkor of Harber, alleged nutomo bllo thief, was shot through tho shoulder and Fred Hutler of Still well, lils companion, wan captured near Wauhilla, today aftor a battle hotweon tho men nnd Cherokee county officers. The men aro said to have driven a stolen car for which tho officers had beon warned to watch, and when ordered to stoi at tempted to escape Officers opened flro and a running battle eiiHitod. When Walker was Injured ho was brought to a hospital here His com panion was lodged In Jail frayer Meeting Tonight, OSAGES GET HIGH PRICES AT SALES' Total Is i?3, 102,700 for ai,373 Acres at Yes terday's Bidding. WALTERS IS HONORED!' j Indians Present Auclioneei' Witb Diamond Medal for Successful Sales. HIGHEST PRICE IS $222,000 Pliillips Petroleum Company Obtains Valuable Property; 500 Tulsans Attend. An addition of more than $11, 000, 000 was made to tho tribal funds of tho Usages at thu lease salo held at 1'iiwhuska yesterday. The noliml total wan (3,102,700 for ZOO tracts aggregating 31,773 ucics Tim high price paid was 1222,000 by the I'hllllps Petroleum company and others for Iho northwest tiuurter of 20-22-10. Thu lowest was (300 each for three traots went of range X. Tho leases, except for a few excep tions, wero sold In tho usual blocks "iif lt)0 nereis each. Somo 600 Tulsa oil men wont to the salo on a special train which h'ft Tulsa nt 7:30 In tho morning. As soon im this delegation arrived at tho Coustnnlln theater In 1'uw huska shortly after 11 o'clock, Su perintendent J. (Icorgo Wright read tlm instructions and beforo turning tho proceedings over to Colonel II. Walters, thn auctioneer, announced that John 1'almer, an Osage, hud something hn wished to say. 1'al mer then read an address of appre ciation to Colonel Walters for the service ho has dono tho Indians in ills successful conduct of thu vari ous lease sales and presented lilm with a diamond medal upon which will bo itmorlbed. "Fnweiited b Osage Tribe to Colonel 13, Walters." Then Colonel Waltern started In to shuw the Usages his appreciation. (illllhllKl lliijs I'liM. Tim first tract sold wilm taken by the (llllibind Oil company after spirited bidding, for J30.000. Other tracts sold early In tho sale brought high prices, thu No, n being knouked down to the Ollliland company for 1101,000. This remained tlm lilgli price until No. 71 was readied. Then there was a morry tlmo until No. 75 had been sold, These five tracts aro near tho lease of thn Okluhoinn l'roduclng & Keflnlng corporation In 10-22-10, upon which there Is a welt that Is flowing steadily with considerable cosing lost in tile hole as a result of the premature explo sion of a shot in tho hole Into In October. Tho well after thn shot, wan rated at around 300 to 350 bar- els. Tract No. 71. cornering on the u. I". A It. leas to tho northeast and offsetting the well sold to the Carter ('11 company for Jl.it. 000 rlio MnrlHnd company paid I'Jul,- 005 for the 110 dlresMly went of ihe U. I. It. leao and the I'hllllps Petroleum company anil otnerH pain tho high prico of thn sole. $222, 000 for the tract directly ensi and offsetting tho well. Thn flvo tracts 71 to 75 Inclusive, brought a total oT 704,000. Iloiulcwt Ihirchnsers, The heaviest purchasers wero the I'hllllps I'etroleurn interests, who no- CONTINUKD ON PAOH TIIIItTKKN. WILSON HAS A NARROW CALL Contracted Cold nml Nearly Ilml Another Oiho of Influenza. WAlHIINOTON, Feb 3 -Presi dent Wilson contracted a cold sev eral days ago and had a narrow es cape from Influenza, Ills physician, Hear Admiral (Irayson. said today Kvery pre caution Is now being taken to protect tho president, Dr. (Jniy- H.UI said nnd no person with even (ho suspicion or u cold is permittee! lo enter his room. Dr. (Irnyson said the president was steadily, though slowly Improv ing and is allowed now to walk about the second floor of tho white house unassisted. ICmbry ami Hainan Both Arc Claimiitfi Victory OKLAHOMA CITY. Fob. 3 With both Jake I. Hamon anil John Kmbry heaibtuarters hire claiming victory In the five dlKtrh'ts where caucuycH were held Monday, anil In the nbson'o of definite figures, the resultx will probably not be known until the county conventions are held In all the counties In these dis tricts Thursday. Ai neither lienil 'limrters here anything like aeeurntn figures on tho caucuses were avail able tonight. THOUGHTS TO THINK ABOUT A HBI.l'INO HAND Tho morn you complain about hard luck tho less people will like to lend you ft helping hand, If you wain io Jnpend upon oie- self and be Independent, you must lenrn to lean up n win Want Ad -Tulsa World Want Ads make you Independent and umtblu you to ac complish much that you never would bn able to do without their uho -let "Want Adn" bo your watchword. Telephono your Want Ads to The World, l'horie Ooagc 0000, '! SAYS SOCIALIST SPIT ON U, S. FLAG i DEMOCRATS PEAK RELIGIOUS FIGHl Wade, Candidate fori Committeeman, Also a Catholic. CONTEST IS STARTING Protestants Favor Howman for Job; Masons Reported j Supiiortln,' llini. Wpeelal to The World. KINUFlrfllKIt, Feb 3 Will thli city, thn rn'ene of a reevnt vie tory for .lake I.. Hamon for le publican national committeeman, priwent the democratic candldnto for national commlltcouiiui i nltuatlon that will bring tho nntl-Ciilhollo light also into tlie democratic ranks'' Democrats aro losing sleep 'at the pn-weiit time, fearful that tho re IIbIouh rnm.ide will Invudo their peaceful realm In this ntuto. It happen that, nt the preeient time, both ixilltlral pnrtlcH nro rep resented on their national commlt ieeti by CoIIioIIch -J.uiicH J. Mr. draw of I'oiira City, on tho ropuhli citn and Tom I.. Wade of Mnrlow. on tlm democratic. Until have been candidate for re-eledIoii. Mcdraw lia the fight won until his oppo nents charged hlin with being a Cuthollr, malislalnlug Unit members oi Unit ciiurcn sliouid not bo given political honor MHIraw Iwus with drawn fiom the race tnther than hiuc Ills churvh brought Into Iho rampnlgn. Wade Is still a candidate and refumiM lo withdraw. Therefore the Mpasm among (lie deniocr.itH. It has been planned by the de mocracy that Attorney (leorgo I. Uowman of this city would bn thn cimlM.'ito for luatlonul committee man, hut if hn does not enter the race and Wndn slays In, th"rn will bo a repetition of tho Hamon-Mc-(Irtiw affair. DomoeratH realize this and are working hard to pre vent IL l'romlnont democrat met with dovernor Robertson thn pnrit week CONTINI'KH ON PAOB Til It KB, NO WAGE AGREEMENT nines nml Ilnithcrlioodt IHk'uhs QiimtloiiH With No 'nuiglblc IU Hiilt Hstnimo fw"hlont Tislay. WAHIIINOTON, Fob. 3. I'ro longed discussion of demands for In creased wages between railroad ad ministration officials and represen tatives of the 2,000,000 employes of federal controlled inllro.ids hid netted no tangible result when thn first session of thn conference ml -Jourued tonight While neither Di rector deneral I lines nor tho labor leaders would makA a public state ment concerning Iho day's negotia tions, it was understood that tho ar gument thus far had failed to crys tallze into a definite program. Dlrecor deneral Hlnrs had not presented his proposals In their en tirety when tho conference hroko up until tomorrow, having adopted tlm policy of hearing argument from nil union heads as each particular statement of the government's enso was laid beforo Iho conference, Tho administration thus obtained a com piehenslvu Idea of tins labor view as Individual claims and counter argu ments wero taken up. It was not helloved tonight that the conference would result In a solution of tho whole wage problem. Koine of the demands were expected to 1m wMhdrawu nnd others prob ably will ho compromised or be re submitted to tho union membership directly affected. All will bo threshed over, however, beforo the conference ends. Doughnuts and Janitor Hoffman's Downfall Doughnuts and elder brought wiek and ruin on the head of one member of the cll adminis tration eHterday. Although he had not learned his fate at a late hour Inst night, John Hoffman, chief Janitor of the municipal building, will soon bo looking for n new Job, nnd tho city hull will soon bo needing a new Jnnltor. Doughnuls and cider was tho cause of It all Then too, tho mernbirs of thn Ilnlnbow Women of Oklahoma had homelhlng to do with It. For It was the italnhnw women w)u owned thn doughnuts and cider that resulted In tho downfall of Janitor Hoffman. It was this way. On December 30 tho local chap ter of the Halnbow Women of Oklahoma gavo a holiday enter tainment to tho local rhnpter of tho ltulnbow division veterans in the municipal auditorium. Dough nuts and cider was (tin chlof Item on the refreshment list, nnd, al though they seem to havo been very appetizing to tho Janitor, there was a large number of Hie doughnuts nnd a riuuutlty of thn rider that remained undisposed of at the close of tho entertainment According to a communication presented to the mayor und city commlbsloncrs at their meeting They Fiijure in Trial of Senator Newber ry For Alleged Frauds -.isi.ll trim Prank "Datle United States District Judge. CUr encn Henslons Is presiding at the trial of Senator Truman II. New berry and 131 others Indicted In roiineelloii with the alleged Michi gan election "frauds. In tho lower panel In nhown I 'lilted Ktntes Assist ant District Attorney Frank D.illi-v. who Is iliinrtlnir tho prosecution at tho trial, which Is now under wuy at urunii itapuis. Mien NO GAIN IS SEEN IN RESERVATIONS Borah Says They Offer No Protection; Are Flimsy Excuses. QUOTES GREY'S REPLY LoiIko Program Will Ho Con Hlrucd by League Itself; No Appeal. WAHHINOTON, Feb. 3. Konato lenders, preparing to bring tho peace treaty again lo the surface of senatn consideration next weok, took up today thu problem isf clearing away tho wreckage of tangled par liamentary red tapo which tho treaty carried down with It when it failed of ratification last November . Not tho least of their troubles was the cloture which was invoked to chnko off debate Just before tho ratification vote nnd which Vleo President Marshall is ex-poctol to hold must come back Into the setmtn along wltH the treaty. Tho leaders want some sort of cloture but they do not want lo bu string-halted by so strlgent a rule, under which muiiy senators already h.iva exhausted their full ouota of time. The method apparently most In OONTINt:KH ON PA (IE KI.KV'EN. Cider Cause yoHK-nJ n bv the Wonon. they I asked the Janitor if they might I lock up he I einainiiig rofresli- IlientN i . 1 1 1 1 1 tlu eoattl be called for biter lb In said to have In slsti il ihul Uiey ,o left in tho.'iudl loiliim, declining that they would la- porfei tl safe. When the women called for the doughnuls and elder on tho fol lowing morning thoy found that the cider keg wns nlmonl empty und that practically all of thu doughnuts hail been dlxposnd of. When (uotloiiod about the mat ter they assert that tho Janitor bocauio very much confused in his answers, declaring that ho know nothing about ttio matter, and in forming tho women that thoy hud no business! to leave them there. Ho nlso Is said to havo declared that ho had taken tho missing refreshments downstairs whern "tho boys" had oaton them, lie stoutly contended that ho had not touched them and that thn man who ate most of the doughnuts had gone to Texas that morning. At thn same meeting at which the communication wus read the Janitor- submitted a written re 'luest for an lie re.isn in Ha 111 rv With sear' eiy d.- ussion. tho mayor and oy ciiomi-.sioners voted lo djRpcmi with the furtho i services of Huff an, and his teslg I nation win bo asked tor at once. Girl Causes Sensation in Trial of New York Assemblyman. VOLUNTEERS EVIDENCE , Hurst of ApplnuBC Greets I Story Told by Youiir Stenographer. DENIAL MADE PUBLIC Accused Member Declares Remarks Attributed to Him Are Untrue. CONVERSATION IS TOLD Witness States Accused Told Soldiers Gutter Suited for Them. A1.I1ANV, N. V., Feb. 3 A Ilrnoklyn stenographer, Kllen B. Chlvem, IS, today testified nt Iho nrtenibly Judlcinry committee's trial of the flvo suspended noclatlst as semblymen, that she had seen (inn of them, Charles tfulnmon, nplt upon tne American nag in wartime. Thorn was a burst of applause from the crowded chamber when the girl explained that she had vol tintcered her testimony In a letter to Hpeaknr Thaddeus P. Hweot, "hn causa I think It Is tho duty of uny American to tuko tho eland against one who has committed treason agalnnt tho country." The girl, prompted by nn occasion- ai iiuestlon, told hor iitory in h'o fol lowing worus: "I rt'iiKiiilser llrnt lit Iho sunt titer of 11)17 a detachment of vol tilers niuo to Ninth street nml SUtlt acnue. llrxMiklyn, for lh purixr. of lulling for volunteers nml they ahlail .Mr. Solomon (who mus delivering u street corner ml (Iivhs) If they might borrow Ills platform for that purpose, Mr. Solomon replies!: ( '"IicikI yon my plntorm? Can Sou borrow my liUilforin? Hull? 'I ho gtillcr Is goosl enough for you. I Mould not let oii mIjhj jour dirty fi-sf nisiiii H,"' Hoi-ping her gazo flxM on Solo mon, Iho girl Icediricsl that it few minutes laicr n luuiil nirno nlisntr nml ntruck up "Tho Slur Kpanglcsl Maimer." ".Mr. Kolomoii turned up lil oat collar, pullol It over his rsirs. spat on tlm American flat; nnd eat down," hli; concluded. Tho girl's storv tonight hrnmrht from Mr. .Solomon a statement de nying that ho had rnn, In thn r. marks attributed to him. assorting , that novor In his Ilfo had ho shown any disrespect to tho American flue nnd declaring that It was Inconceiv able any member of thn New York pollco force would stand lndlffer. ently by while a person publicly In sulted tho American flap. On crow-examination, the girl tes tlflsd (hat, although a member of thn American Anti-Hoclallst league, she had not told her fellow mem bers of thn Solomon Incident. Tho chair sustained an objection t6 a question an to why uho had not dono so and why stio had not mentioned tho affair until noarly threo years ufter It had occurred. Asked by members of tho Judlcinry commltteo sitting ns a court, why uho didn't ask thu policeman she said was present to arrest .Solomon If she thought Ills nets treasonable, Miss Olivers replied: "Thero wero others who did, but tho police refused to do It." I'oter W. Collins, a former Iloston labor leader and now director of tho reconstruction and employmont serv ice being carried on by tho ICnlghls of Columbus, was on tho stand noarly thie hours today. He testified that, socialism wan seeking lo eapturo trado unionism to overturn society by force such ns vitt used In KumsIu, that propaganda Instigated by Ienlno and Trotzkv was alined at destruction of the Ataer can renublln bv mass uotlnn and i hat durlnp, the war ho had seen socialists opposing Increased produc tion in snipyarus ana Motorics. A letter from llov. John Ttvnn nf Wushlngton, a member of tho faculty us inu mainline i niversuy or Amcr ten, to Morris Hlllnult, chief counsel for tho flvn unseated socialists, Von dcmnlng their suspension as "thn most bruzon and Insidious political outrage that has been committed In this country since 1875," was mado public by the socialists today, Tho Catholic clergyman, who Is odllor of the Catholic Charities Ito vlow, often hafl debated on socialism against Mr. Hilliult "I ugreo wltlj t)io social nnrt polit ical principles held by your five clients ns litlo today as In tlm days when you and I crossed swords," continued the letter, "but I hopo I still believe in Justice, In democracy. In the reign of law." IS mi I u KnowlcH and Guy Spikcr Obtain License FA LI, HIVKII. Mass., Feb, 3 -Marriage license blanks wero filled out late today at tho city clerk's office by Miss Kmity Knowles nml duy S. Hplker and will bo given them sundny by the clerk, when the five-day period required by law c nun residents bus been complclc.1 They sought to havo Iho time re (pilrements waived, but failed It I expected they will bo married Sunday.