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OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER avktia'M-: fWORM tftft run tTtON IT) ) d FEBRUARY 4o&& Final Edition VOL. XIV, NO. 162, TULSA, OKLAHOMA. SUNDAY, MARCH 7. 1920. i"FTT rturvi is T'iiirk rtwriiiH prick 6 CENTS. RELIABILITY CHARACTER- ENTERPRISE WAIT ON TREATY FOR NAVY PLANS Daniela Outlines Throe Programs, All Depend ent on Pact. SUGGEST A BIG FLEET U League Fails, Then Three Vcar Progratn Should Bs Duplicated, He Fayn. WANTS AVIATION CONTROL Separate Air Department If Vigorously Opposed Before House Committer. WASHINGTON, March 6 -Three provisional naval building programs, dependent on senate action on the peace treaty, were laid before the hOUga naval committee today by Sec retary Iinnlela of the navy d. part rnent. 1 if ihi Dotted Matte rattflad the Vcaty und tMM a maUtbaW of tho league Of nations, Mr. Daniel Mid. y would recommend now Sotis" nif- t;nn on V To and out" the nam now bull or building. If tho senate t ejeotad tin- trr.ii mid tin: I nlted Ktatei definitely, oaetoao not io join thi league ha hui he would urn duplication of (ho three-year pru gram of 1916. with mini) modifica tion! with n vlow of making (lie fit, i "incomparably the great,-jrt In tha uorid." in caaa tha senate took no final n. on Mi treaty at this geaaton i . ogreS! tho secretary laid ha wmiM present a 8!-Iaip program for .nnrtruotlon aa rapidly aa possible in ordar that the ('nlted States mil hi not loaf ground tn competitive naval building, tfnat Make tliob'c Secretary Ianlela told the commit tee it must choose between the three proposals Tha 9-hip program, ha said, would cost about $ 1 Hd.0O0.0u0. He, gave no estimate of the tewt of a new tnrce-year prugram. Declaring that aircraft would never make battleships obsolete, the acretary added that aviation was "essentially an Integral 'part of the fleet ' Bspraaatng opposition to ef fort), to institute an independent air service, he iaid ho believed audi a program would end In failure. Civil aviallou ahOUld be entirely divorced from the military and naval brani lies, he aid. an.l adVO- rated early iisage of lagtalailon reiulatlng by federal amnotea pri vata aerial navigation. Civil aviation flmuid bo encouraged, he declared, but said should not be developed by h great axpandUuie of tha public funds. Outlinea Program, Included In the tentative three year program Mr. Daniela outlined were 10 dreadnaugbta and six bat tle crulaera, but he added that he would iudi appropriations the first aar f"r only two battleships and 'one battle cruiser. In addition tho program would include for tho ee yaara 20 light cruisers and a large number of smaller craft, :'),- oti-sliip program included two dreadnaughta nn.i one tuittio orulaar for prompt construction with a large program of cruisers and auxiliaries e tha secretary gecommanded that ahould the United States ratify the treaty anl become a member it eri i h elude no capital craft. Reiterating his gtatemanl of laal yei thai "we mual have a league of COXTiHVW) ON PAGE TWO COLD WAVE CONTINUES nnrc Male Within t.rlp of BcVOrr ' mporaturea - .Heavy Damage to rope in resaa Koportod. DKLAHOKA CITT, Mareh - Willi ti.e oold wave prevailing through the state Increasing In tuft.-- ty lemporaturea ranging from 6 . t., 11 ...I.,. , ,. pero wi-re foreeavtad for I he aouth Part Of -he state and sound I at.ove for Oklahoma "'lt Funday morning, nv tn vyeatli r bureau lore today. Creeling temperatures nny"dam tge thl truck gardens in Tot is 1. long the eoa'st, the forecast says. Kali weather is pradiotad for Sw ,1m. n lie minimum temparatureTCOr tn- linimum temparature for to d.i here i urred at 7 o rloek tuts moriflng ivhea tho mercury stood at : i dogreea above, Damage to telephone and toie imit.ii wlrea cauaed b the atonn of Wedneadaj night ami 'I'liursdMN i e w-1M not os great as first thought The Southwestern Ball Telephone company announced tins morning thai all tines over tip- stat ware no end aomwunlOAtlon waa to norma'. TH lUGHTSTi I THINK ABOUT 1 A Magical Worker VV.int A I k .. io.-n.-i. ..l worker. for it Iwaye gravitatee to him who rnoei needs what it advertises The oriit want ado will alwaya grail f) the I origin ge ol buyers ami nellers, Whether they ipi nt a few dimes foi ft few lined m advertialng their want' or spi n, , Mm,, time In reading and in werlng the offers mads by adhei advertlaora -Want Ads are winner, time (u tnflat their gervloag I' plojin your W ant Ads to 1'lav Worn imne Oaagu MOO, Threaten to Close Oklahoma City Rooming Houses in Vice Campaign by Welfare Board By Aaaectatel PrMl sta-r Win ' l- I. All M A i 1 TV . Man h Man) roomlnii houara In tin city1 will he d j.. .i r.eili of nn InvMtlntlon being conducted iy offlvinia of tho welfaj-e bond ami lllltllstcn. nf t)i.. cly, i. i;. Iu- anaa, Mprrintendant of the vri- fare board, said today. lie io eland mat wvcraJ rooming bouses in iho heart of tha t . i i ih .-h .1. strict aro dLrdi ' 'y ho.,.-. , and Bhoutd i eloagd to protect ,o .t..d and girls i f the city Km campaign ..f tha welfare borurd and uilnlstr.s of tin city agatnat trlea In general and tha duiiK'r U. young go Is and boyg World's News Told in Condensed Form for 11 u rried Rea de rs KNOXVlI.l.K, H'-rvinl Alviu Teen, March tl -irk. li.i h. Lean il.n Seroua... ill tin iiifliifu.j. al In. hums la rrpurtd u Ls inipirvviiif. IO.sdov. troh a, Qaaeral i.uin dorff rhtwlnl(. IikI ,,f tlie :,, aaltl tar l.st-ui. e.-o:nt.lileJ l,y .arica tff. hi paetee tiirouKh yioalili 1 . n hn way to Bttlaia, a.:cvrduif to a lialyinf fori diajiatoh. . WASHlKOTOg, Itoteb c Berber) Quirk of Writ Virirltna. former man. ''rtr of th fftderai fe.nn .n rx.aM. wu rt-i,i'l Unity tu ht't the MHMBlMtott wimln.g CrajtM Mtlfflllki In .iLria. Mo win sail coon for V IativuA Vlii yp -in. Mr h rtlllglSII mM( llAVO ' lit Ml afaV'tl" 1 ' of thfir 4MtBda a nil j-er Us iicoii 1 rtMttinsw. TValat r eooiiaig acrvH ti.e die usual UtsldTNOi, Mont, aUret r. dror of M iaffi i i. akoul 1 1 hu'irs Miab ..i.'-d aw roofJ for Rllllafi :t atftil. At fl o'rUirk Inst night tlm t fip-niOim t it ItOOfl t 1 tinNiw ?0 aiitl rnKiml a low Mt poiol at 7 0'fjjNk today IT btJl Jt hm low v rustTiU're'l IfVUTKORD. Conn., Mar-h ft - -N'athan Baltbarg v. an firaa prltM esriipiu-B f from ( tei lj irs ; Fnvnk Raat, I B "sra; Battl atsjaaph, 3 too )r. and fMQb BfOeaasWta 1 t .1 year today, Tfca four worn aeetMad Hitlt Hi tal of wmi! airvilml whisky wtiiefi ni I t dtatl.rf har at ( hrintri as tin.av, tlflOatdO, Marh tyaployaa of the Okleaajo tKuffi-'e), 8.oo in nnmfcai', have callM a mcptiug for Mmidy tv prolaal against a $"40 rodu-t ion tn Ihair nUrui BfMaf th M'nnton hill, raaaatlf l)aapd br OOOCraaBi irlliea eliminatet thi bonus iteod war titiin. WASTII VfjTo'; Mtvh C - Tho a nute today r-ni WAd Its rrqiiPat to BltJt4Mlt Wilson titat it hp fnralakaw a naajp of tha report of th fsjttHnlasfon nd.T Icajor Qsn eral QsirboH wiu Ti paada an i ' vasrtigealkofl of thp iltaaltoa In Araiaa a nud r.rhr rountriee. - LOVDOV, Mar. li ft Tha oolHpv:ki have im a Raw attark on Finland. Hi Ym tri.1 New A-uT ip (an - dmit at IfpUingfnrs frparl a, After htavv orti;iery banaard aal on wadaaaday t'ry attat-kp,) th Via tiieh BSMilwQSl at S itjr-zt. WMrTBRTrTXH, nhio, Mar-1: 6. TurctirnhP 1- C- fi"!i".ii HVaeafBOal of ail liquor Rto-l( in b"t,d U nrrvi by tbf Arti S.!ivfi Ipap jp, in itatOBunt laattaa i.-rp toia Mt thp lMgaea aoitonal head nunrtpra hf ETnaal ll. CftarVtagtoe, n"rti- tary of laa leggva i Bsaeattva aeanaUtaa. D4DTB01T Mieti March fl -Mora ian 'M nitui wire injurfjd, mhiim pprioiialy, vrhaa tn of trtolipn tnrtal pxploitr-l at tho Sweaiiah One iblp gteal (.io plant in Windsor todr. . fir faUawa I thp pi pJoNMin but only aiiplil damar rswultftj WASHTVCiT(V. Mar'h fl -Tl.si fOTrn mpnts of thrn S"etndinaviM geverttOiei U owadaa, Horoay a-id PaaaiarB by legi-tia-tivp aattoB have voted adharaMa ' toe i"apio of nitmna, aiKwrdo'e to a tl upatrh rp 'fivp-l t iJ-p iUtp Ut;i'artiitprit loaay treat su khoim. HOCgTOM Tex M.trr! r,. -Two avaiol mpn waikpij fn't thp- Aaiarlraa Mala bank at natrriabarg at aoao lodai aavsad 1 ii i-ahpr, two W'tmpn aavimar. ta - ! VfO ruatomera wit b etstola ordered than lata thn vault. tx)i all BeOnabta wanty and Ubetftf bond:. eoniPttiini; trmn $.Otia, aad ui1r thplr pa- m H IftMSOU v v Ifarati ft. Tee statp of ca. York will rpri-iM' fw Di aa an n : hsrrHanca tax from lha eatato of tha late Oal, Taeadera ajoaaavoTt aea ntleg le the lepert of tbi ntp lnbarlaaea ta ap prnier fi!pl hare iia The afflalal teaaa' 1 fur Hli'i! r !.o A' that Hn fop-r.pr praalatat left ft aetata "rth ITff.Tlll iftr ai: axpanitarea and debta iia-t beev dadaeted . .. - V tVOOVTV Kt g. 0 Mar h f cnaiiMn rvaua effleew aarly tadar balll l-Hrri-re on the road Bre tbp iiitprna t tonal heuadary m-ar Pii BOB Web . and f'o'.rl ar aatentoblli baedad fr th P nit ad Htatpe with li'iMr. Tha liquor was Mlaae aal t11 two mfn eaaaaeq 1 nntomolii: wl'irli fo!!nfd Hi 'noo flnnv tvptn tliiun U both a itoihts an tho ftoaffl ifppaared 01 1 mi shots wprn fimi ... ,wn, vriirtN- Mr,h s- rr.ehiiion i n,i)ri'ini tie. I r.;t. S'to., riraii' ear j... mite to n-ll .'. eon nnn UnrrrU ri .e hral ftotir to eeeiji gMfepaaw r. .rf en eredU Wfta aotirev tU. '.T 1i tieua ! eayf in'' i"r.n roowwHtaa it -i I o ef f..r.l .t. a inballtuts far Ths tMBnrv f.rtnient grepetel I laai I Kteaf of $in nnn, I enn ho. made le .-i.tr. a. Pnttnd an.l r . neola 'or food relief KfAIHnfQTOK If apst) 6 - v reeOletlee AfMireeri to i t lite snta 01 reeer-t . favoring aWaH flrM-i, o' lorttifrn Knirii. Intludtag Oorvtal Ike 11 hdaaei nf the Aip,n a'al ge ,l.f i i'. 'v (iroi-k Tort tin w.trn r,.t ef Aia Minor, wat o'lrodit'sd lot.. 1" s.-i..r lei r-.-oi lirati leaner II w:e, relation. leBaaiUee. . f.-rrI la Ihe fnreign WAaflfrWITON afire R Tile peeklkl. tion aierdment an.l parltual el the en. fonreitent 'l were atrke-l a- '' M lienal In a brief filed in 'hr in.'ama eenrt lodiy hi Ik' geoterta Wirliwi. T.. In aT"a! from '"''' rtri Ho.--ne boldlsi tli" 't valot The I ate will h arr"d tfeadey with tin Kka,'le l-ai. and ether na.r. vvw ViitiK Itaatdi k Tk hoiw. '- labor h longht hy firmer, at kervetl llmi t. ,.o. an .!!'-! nb.n.ter In liirr. im a'-e,lnur 'be laierJ'lii i"d 1 i.-e sn-b'.-b lerajllaa '..onaf nrlcra fr.im ihe (Hi ft.r t"" ' Ike neegl aeaeita Preaoerltr, praklkltlon and aveai Ik werlkei "erk or fir1"" eeder is, it-r tribntml bv 'i'"rn a' ra'i-ea fur I'm dll-( epuearnef 'wearj WiUlri." w.ll attirt at r SO O'ClOCM Bundny fiiifht with a tn iot im titip catlM by . I 'riiiirt lloai h. paaatOf i-t tlia i ir-Kt M th.Mh. t churtih. At thiri n.cettit plavfia a mi to hp nut lltiftd for conrtm t ittK i ti atn,iiia;n .til it nport in. i it of uii.it m (tn laan ! Uht rtiVvarttaTeltlon. "Joj 1 1'," lit auiotnobUaai tin wMi aa tha rooming hoiioo ivll conatttutoa the ohlof dauigfr u tho rnorabi of tho foulh ot ttna clt,M H Rnocn mihi tQday, AMilatHiigf, n m it ths mit mooting Bundiiy ni(ht ha v mi i.i oaM t ti4 ovtai by lllatr rififht najno iii.I "afpOftgl Wheat I know and cal) wWt by oof rpfl nAftia tfui blACh by ltis n:uno " HUBBARD HELD UP AS TOWN BUILDER Campaign Committee In a Statement Says He "Made Good." LISTS ACHIEVEMENTS Kfforts for Ture Water, Eco nomical Utilf and Cleanup Are Praised. i In presenting the candidate) of Mayor Oharlaa.R Hubbard for re nomination upon the democratic tieket for the office of Mayor, tha eupportera of the mayor have pre pared a itatetnen! ..f the a compltah manta of ins admlnurtratlon. The tatemaol in part, taade; The adminlatratlon of Charlea H Hubbard M mayor of tic '".ty of Tulsa baa i.een markN by mora ,nn atructiva municipal work than haa been lean In any spare of tw i yeivrs during th histofy o the city, in sepp.irt of tivv. mayor'e oandidaoy for renomlnatlon and ra-eleetloh, II Is desired thai the people should be completely advlaad concerning the record ,f their chief executive dur ing hU present term of offlee, ill order that the Irue worth of his past arvice may be known and fully ap prfOiated by those to whom ho stands responsible lb.- probable value r churls: it Hubbard as miiyor of the city for the neal ari suing term, is rightly to be Judged by tho character t eervlce he hae rendered In the past Conoernlng the iuallfie.it ion of Mr. Hubbard to servo tWO more ears as the V'l' ;i mayor, there is po speeula Ion, for his record is satisfying and bespeaks his devotion to iho public trust. Immediately after - his leotlon Mr. Hubbard IntereCted himself in ii, .proving ihe atr s ippl of the olty and to this end cauaed the em ployment of an engineer of high tandard. As a result of the s. lentlMc vurveya which vrere made, gpavinaa c i nek was determined to I" trie log i loal BOurce of wati , irpoaal ttmt honrla Liu u Mtorworka Buppiy ii : . be iHuerl I" ayeti n from M).. im.iw 't"i k w 1 i"r in purport" 01 giving o ma oiq aai a11 quate aupply of pure water wan up proved by tho voters bj b t tif OOatTteflTatS ON PAOK. KIVK. MAY TEST RAIL LAW HUprcaailaOU strike In hlitago and Now Bttttnte la iw 1 od i m bargo Plaord on Hhlpmcnta, CHICAOO, Mareh I, An ru har go today Wa pit I ana est all ex- tlre.H (hipmanta exoapl newspaper and funeral equipment by thr American RalrWas JEsprem eon, pa-nv foHodinj the 'ilrlke of "ln aurgant" railway eapreaa olerk adio demanded an Incraaaa in wggaa of ti: a month. n.'i,. sr!.e called hv It. '' S'hen- ani chairman of the Chicago and Western Uikes division of the Urotherhood of Railway Clarka, is Without .1 motion ot interna: lonal officers More than " son man re- epondlnc to the atrike Mr. Bhap herd said. nietrlci Attorney Cline today ts- Kan an Inveatlgation of the walkout to determine whe her It ta vlo an . Kin ot 1 e ro w . I . I - . . a :"o n ' I f evidence warranted, be Indicated, the fit t leal ovthe now law wouio I be madi Ha telegraphed t., Waah ington to aaoartaln how far hie an thorlty extended Emery a. gtaadhtan, vloe preai. ti, at of the American Railway Hi press company, who aapjouneed the tanhargo said Ihp atrike had h.t aompany hard. lie said ttmt al though the terminals were chiefly affected, s,m.' offloara of tha tin ployea had )otnad ihe s'rikeis.. The s-riking egpreaamen, Rhap hord .- , ,i v I to leoede fiei the naiiotial urgatiiza' lor, for the forma tion of h new union, ihe Chicago enres slid freight handlere union Nhaphard eaaaTtad tonight tha' 2, nnn teumatera and chjaUrlYgtire would join tthe strrikerr. toro.irrow Tl.'-y are d toandi eg wag,- Incrcasi e also. Western Itefinern to Remove Office to the Oil Capital at Once By ihr anajilmoua oonaant r ait refihtTH Intaraataj the Kn'i,il 0fai flCfti nf ihe Wawtarn Reflnarsi -aoolatlon arara oi4arod movad i day from Khiihuh citj io i!'if cltjfi The 2v'ritlnTl enibfttcaa rnenibaniblp SO IndepandBnt pa plnarlaa Usoatao fo aiatoi ot KanBaa. Uklabivui and i''u. DEMOCRATS OPEN BATTLE !N TEXAS Wilson Adherents Meet ami Decide to Fight for Control. BAILEY LEADS BATTLE FortMf Senator Makea Over throw of Wilsonisn Imim Bofbn I rofiventioiii STATE ISSUES LAID ASIDE Pfoconvontion !Ampftign t Be Bitter; State Meeting Set for May 25. t x.tn, M.tfvh f,. i tamp? : ifeUM UtS porting Un en ci atj of T minl.Tlral mil day pii k l of praaWlont Wtloon lo ui tho gaga of bftttlo hurltit down by tha ant. umtnw LroUon foot ton tf itota dontoerotOi itii Pormof BonAtoi Jooophi Waldan Botloy MtM tiriK bsjra In UDp-Cfk UU ilOito wt&o ctmfsroiloO tha woo4row Wii- si in ilriiiu 'ml laid jdaiirt fur an onorgvtto BOtnpgitgTti t aand t t ho nationaj oonvontlon at loan I'rnn t l a o a ToXisfl dlagtvtion that will ataiiil "ftiiUilly urirt tjnrotM'rvfwIly in appro va and aupport" ol i9m Wlloon ridnilnlat nation. BtaVto laoiioo, it wag docldod, will bo lot aatdo until altor tho prootnol oonvontlon May i, whoa dolagataa win bo ohoaoti for county conven llono, tho following TiiTtflgy. which, in i i t ii, w ill aeloot tho poroontinol of tho i-t,it c.invci tiuti of .M iv Whan tho Texas galogotlon t' tho notional oonvontlon will bo ohooen I u la HtntO lHa. I'tnir oond.datoo fr govornoi I'oi M. Noff, WdrOOj K. B. Homaoon. Kl l:i.su; P. IV l)'ny, QrOOnvltla; Dwlghi u Towolllna, 1 hallaa, aer 1 1 to conflno tholr ooJnpaletn -'l" lyitj 1 until .May 1 in tho nati-m it' lotUfl 1 with a vlow to dofoatlog tha otfortai f iho B0JI03 fhotlon, Whtoh Beaka in control iin sutir eonvonuon, ana gaud tn s-.ti FYanclaoo mi anU-WlI! BOO dolftgation. A fgggluUOfl adopt oil hy tha OOA foronoa unaqulvooally ondoraad thoj national admtntatraHon an-i a tala I graofn wag oont t rroatdoni Wltooo ! Lafornitng him of the goUon and ac fiuaini t,K him wlrh tho pUrpooa ol ;ho atnpairn that hal hti dOOldod I upon, County nnd prootnot ohajfmon aro. tc ho nnnisi throuffhonl thp -itu 0 CONTIHUftD N PAOg TWO LAWTON AIRMAN DEAD 1 loutenonl Utlej Dead ami One on panlnn f Rocraltlng Part Maj Dto Make (Yrcad Uuniiiu. taAWTOK, lOkla., -March Three all planes left here hue this! iifterntsm carrying offlcera who will , Inveatlgate the clrcumetanoea sur- ; rounding the accident at Apache I shortly aftet noon roday when a i recruiting airplane carrying Llauian nnt Kred II l'tley and Privates ' Vagig and t'arvln was wri t ked whan a forced landing was at-j tempted. Lieutenant l'tley, WflOee hmiie Is I In Mi. biajen waa instjintly killed and the two enlisted men were garloUfly injttreil. I'tle's body was brought to l.awtnn. The two Injured men are nt the post hospital and u.,1! undergo op erations. Garvin,'! attending phyat" elans say he hat- but 'light ohanoe ol recovery, Details of the accident Will nol be available until Ihe netfurn of .Major fjoodrlch and lha Invaatlgai log parly l'tley and the prlvatei had started on ;,n oxtanalva recruit ing trip and hadf reached Oklahoma City when it is reported th-y an oountarad a snow etonh and turned I hack They wen- attempting tn ' land at Apache when the aceldanl oeellrrrd. Another alrplape aceldanl nr-a currad at Poet PUdd thin afternoon In which Major C Howard, ciu- MaattBHl . ti.f I ... 1 1 1 t VV 1' Ae. i irrowly escaped death. They were I II .i.i. M..I.., II,... ...I ll..h.a w hen t he 1' ft a Inn of tb rpla skidded on tin ground fun ing nose of the plane down The plane turned nompl Iv over both men ware thrown clear of machine and eacaped uninjured Hie gll I . til" Pending Leplelation for Service Men W itt e DlscuMted Sunday The oommlttee on benafialat liglglflllnn for n-servtc men, winch I- to report at a moating of joe Carson noil "tVednaaday night, WHI moV 'In : lie , i, until ch.irtiliers at fhe city hall at 1 o'clock Suaday afternoon and des slrr-s lev on members who have Idossi on this gifhjaol tn appear be-fro-,, li arid enter into diaOIPsalOfl on the ipbjaol THE WEATHER i 11 ; imiim I ,r i . 1 1 ' .- i n n-it ao rM IQ is-ivjrrii nartiSMtl MonUy ruij-, v4rtnr, K.Wi TSXAM S'ln-Jay fir roiitiouil .4JM Maa lay ti w wan r WK.'I" I R K V" ir.-lay fif and armr In ih Panhandla; ataBaaj B-affa.ar ai i opt la aoiithwrat jt-orlsOn IXM-IHIASA ASH UIKANtASl Mundajr Fair eoaUsBBd soldi MoBdiy Fait s.owij Hint isjatpcfSlBta KAN'HAS- Pair nut1' ri-ins; tsmperaliir ;,jnla,v. Alon-J. nj 'luaa'.ajf. lloowr and McAdoo Decline to Go Into California Primary rN l it Ni'lS'V t'-i.. Mitroh Horboti Hoover will nol por- nilt hlg nanir t" bo UOod 1" thg California prfdhlrntial prim i- tn in if not oondldat 0 f'i iho of f h t. according to totegrom from Kim road noro today bj Oavlo Mo ntab and tho democmtlo otftto oommlttoo moot 1 hit MWhlto highly aenotbto of th groa4 honor implied In the deotro of many frlemla to plo my noma In nomlnutlon an 11 ontid hlto in doaBocrgrtk primaries 1 lha tolo ifiani 1 is!'! 1 doom It duo l 1 ho in io advioo thorn lhai 1 am nol a eandMgte 1 thoreforo oan not approve of th moo of my noma for that nurpoooi iHlrnMl 1 "ftoi if it IfOOVOT." Twonty otg eondrda tea for dle gatea woro aeleotad ai a moating of tho dhrtnooratac Maio central commit tee h re loday. t1 tin oandldatea namod toda air aui ceaoful at tho primary In May riity win kj to ana oonvontlon un Hi-'I ll to 1 Two tho tour oaftdtdatoo fr detegata at UaTga olid f" of tho durtrlct oondldatoo natnod aro wo man. ugffool ion f.t . nnsc ondorae no nt ..r Herberl nova and 1 rovernoi .1 M i. i a f hlo, wore withdrawn bj tholr aponaora following the raadlng r the tolo gram from Hoover a reoohitlon oridajrotng the ad n 1 nlal ration of trealdenl WUoong ami prolalng the work of Benotof I'hHian and the democratic repro oontaUvea from California ojog adopted NBW YORK, March Wlll lam O, McAdoo iigirin made plain bw intention tot to permit hu i, nine to be entered on presidential preferential ballot! when be nl a t.-li cram today 10 II r Kwlng, chairman of the demo, ran, ttate committee of California requaat- Ing that he be kept out or tile California primary. Mr. Mi ,loo reiterated tha Ktnte nient he recently made to 'leorgla demo, nils thai ha favored the sending of UntnatrUCted delegates lo lha national eou eiillon. BLANCHARDS GET TERM FOR LIFE Husband and W i f e Aro Pound Guilty by Jury at Miami. jltj- AaiMf-ut'd Prase atatl W lr MIAMI. Okie . M iroh Mr and .Mrs Karl RlanOhaVrd of Nevada. Mo , grera found Kuilti of the milt dar of r,ii-e (Maf Charlea Btrlokar or Com mar oe pkla , in dla trial t tisiay after the luiv had deliberated for i hours and the punlghmen1 was fmed ai lard labor for Ufa In the s'nte prlaop The couple wad charged with hay Ing atolen an automobile in Miami on lha night of O-etober it. ItH, ana n malting unu esc., ," wen hul'od by ''iii-f of Police Htrlckrr III the streets of 'Oljitoeiee. ttl l ger was killed and Ihe pair was traced from where the) abandoned the ,.,i to NeVad Thai ware brought to Miami January 1 of ibis ..ar. 'Plu s calmed thai they wire at their home In Nevada the night of file ki ling and several Nevada cltlr lis t. at tried similarly, Tin- state pro duced an ayaatlineeg tp tha i I no who Identified Rlanchard, and taxi drtvera Vho carried the ooupli Joplln, Caribage and Nevada, and protirletreaa of a rooming bouse In .lopiin whore tha cOUrple stayed fl tew laeur:, the morning following ihe murder, Tim Jury repot i at S:.m o'clock tonight. The Ilium hards allege "Imt a brother Of Mis BhXnOhard i gulltv of th' alo ailing. rWO CITIES SHOW GAIN Toledo and OllfOt Im r,-ii lii.il it t.-. S i ni M " I ' mm ii Hi . Ila I ipulation nt iii WASTIfNCITON, Mi ,ii Popu j mi announoafpdnts for 1120 ' led by the cansu bureau t,,uight. , do I diio. 2 H "Ot, an m i ease u' :.? '' " I, alio" 1 1 it por eent over I tl I Ii N i .. Id, 111, I i ., i 01 li,.vi, "i ' . i" i Tin- population of Charlotte i' Increased 10 pei ,1111 during N. the 1 a rear 11 tou,i 1 tinu. 1 Toil", lo stu-wed all In, rea e id 21 pi - , ent I , He ,,me I 1 1 at ' 1 1 of Im Toledo bad ihe largest growth m tfgs twelfth canaua, having Increased iftl "i per cent In Use in venrs froni I sua 'o liiaii wmi.. Charlotto'i It crease was Id ' pef CSnl The on Congress Will Hear Three Candidate for tin Presidency p. CHI1 Itsl no W b oh I im Wa ' Vlii l N of ,1 M.tri h I Haoi Biar) t hi- im ' riK - BOB, hara nasi weak, in meets day annoitncad timt J i m h ; raw of fonra 'My, kht.. had hi muz- ! f i . r l.i i itftMi.tl Li-Mnar-1 Woodi iwRivtnaaadar f th eaaijral depart nit-lit r 'in uriiiy, alia ih t'-.t'l-Ind r'i ibUoanB '-iiiiiiit i fur tha njonitfiHtlon IB praaldent, lo ad UfKH tiitf uii man at uou uoa otfcor kaplranti tr id- rap u hi i tn nomination nimi on ihr- provTan. t addraaa tha (i n,. I- They are O over nor Ijoaj-ilaii nf Illinois and Hanator ownn if v. lanoma Tr ial t. r Unlatim Pan !'" Ua - t thorn Uroctf I. Kresh daily A'tvw. TEACHERS TO ASK HIGHER TAX LEVY A Constitutional Amend ment For ' lo 10 Itilli Is Prepared. CIRCULATE PETITIONS W , , K of April r 1 Fixed 08 i Time ti Gel Blfnattifss for Vote in November. TEACHERS UNION OPPOSED Educational Association De rectors Atlopt llesoliitioiiH hi Session. ii Ateedlatad Praaa mnta Win OKIoAllOMA ' ITT, March I Circulation of referendum petitions upon lb propoaed additional ta levy of from to in mills for School fund will be carried on bl toai lies ,,f Hie state during lot Week Inning Monday, April R, directors tl me Oklahoma MSoos tlonal ae,. Uatlon, decided today si the tlm ' i hey pupated the text .f the propoee eonklltutlopal amend nteni w ii a membenah.p "f 1 1 In the edut n aaooclallon, virtually all of Whom are i pei . d 10 lake an active pai he galling of eigne ' oi i-n ,i o r Ii ' . 1 . . ' t , , ' I he j lhan the , H3a kignaturni nacee ary to place the i on the ballot The lime for till es ii 'hi s'.tl' i I, .i.lei i of 1 filing the petition i.i expire Ju'y 1 Vote io Novranbor. a vote mi ihe imen.lmasl win pa tiiki ti at Itn genera: , lection In Ny venSber Instead or gi the pi maty m AllgUBt, dlle. tors said Willi the s, I le loaad during tha strrnmei, they laid, a large rm in r of t" 'li en, who art rolled upon rur-, on tin campaign will no' be at work, ami i win i- mora Uftioult 10 arouaa iiantimeni for '.he totandmanl lhan la er In the year. Money raised I. Hie proposed tax wo, -Id be I Ift' ed in the si t . oi'b.iol fund for tho use of the varloua countlaa, the proposal providea. The amandmani would levy a tn of at least ti mills every year on hi taxable property, and would be In addition to Hie gross pnnjui lion tax or par oenl paid on all oil nil, I minerals produced In tlm s ate a i ippoee i niottai ( i p pom i ion lo the organutatlon into undiluted blanches of Hie Ailiell'iin IV, lei ill I IJtboi IS l'Iiected in a raaolotiim passed unanimously to ,la by ihe illt, , -tors ol ihe associa tion The dire, liars present were W. O, Maateraon ol Mi Alaater, M it. Sloyd of vinite, Mts Susan n rordyoe or I baa nee, B I ' Pi Ice or Knld, and Hugh a Carroll or Lawton, Tha lesoiutiou says "Tha dlroctore expraaa thomaelvee ii m . ii iii sollctioua of lha welfare ol union labor, but Ihey wish to ei- puss a further opinion that teach lug. being a profeaalon dealing with an claaaea of people, its membership ii i . i. .n..i.. tt. ,.r I "ouio ItijUia ......... u...- ... me p.niooe 01 ,, . i in- "11,,- drsn by affiliation with the Ajnrl can odaratlon of laibor." Ii w is ,1, , mi d in iold the next an nual inietine ,,f the Oklahoma Bdu cation association here on April If. I and in. ISSt, Tne last meeting of the a- W , i kl llKo than V DOO illation held hero two ni, attended by more teachers. Mary Pickf rd of Marrying M g a tit rumors Ho thai I Intel t l. ; is : havi ,1 lo are i i ri l In en marry I, surd ii "The ilreulatad Imuglas Kali bankt Such ii... i, uh rn'.'i fits-rsasl my ' With ' h i ' m ' amanl Mar) IMckford loday diecrewited ra porta thai have had film olrelai and thotiaande ehuaM wi'h wimi nasi iiiii.i would ha made iy th1 aal a 1 1 rated film star raimrdinf har dl nrie from ' iwen Moore, grontad in . .ii recently n araiinda of dctini i ion Sin li ,i thoilfhl ha nevrr n tared ni) mind, bIm Hani. loni pi ntii tnt oh my rooaal divofoo was t i iri'.i tn pormtl ma tu marry Utfalll TnlB e pjOl mo In t !H'i''H hw io marry anaui Htiniy in- miai 1 1 i' raon I dlvoroad? I don't tiiiii,. bi i moral) wan tod to 1 .. Mr U.K. re ulnl I liltVf leei Be par a ted rr tKrea with or nure. I nvi wanted divorea ffr many yeare, bul f waa almply to -ovoid aueh a attiiatlon I hava founti mv , toda) that i had put it 'ff Ht lona "I si mt; Ii I a itlvnrre hm'.iij.sta I anted tn I? fraa Mr M'ire In a harm i man and mnht jantal lint there are many inatanoaa whan fven iwn ffantal paraona eanrmt fti.'ri i i wi-rit tn utndati thr aa weeVa affn with my otothar. i hsd not p mned to aaoura a ilivnrfn at that time i wai narvoua .nnt un- Ahte tn work at tha Bttldlo and I wanted h rent, friend of mine recommended Walloy BptHnipJi qui. t ami healthful little plooe near Mind en and i'il irp tho moun i , ih While I wan there 1 wiu ln fn med Mr Moore anM n. bo fa i awai workRii on looaUon. Then i iletermlned II waa the up ! por l ine unv i hao no knowieace it. for. hand thai Mr. Moor wouiii WILSON HALTS PACT MOVE Morris gard Certain I '. S. Choice for Hun Ambassador 1 aw--s V flr wla ' -JiAVaaav eCJ Xar Aw ' . lilt Nelson MorrU. SASHINaTON, March Tin rumor will not down at Washington thai Ira Nalaon Morns, praaant i'- H mlnlsin to .Sweden, will Im named lllnl'.iaoi'l'il lo lb i I. n MoirlM had more than ample opportunity at Stockholm during and after Ihe war to be oo me fully acquainted with cuiulltlons ill tlermiiny and general oondlllona all over Burape, Stock. holm has been known as one of the chief ci nii-iB of Information on dip lomatic affairs. LOWDEN-WOOD FORCES IN CLASH 1 OdtlPfAl K nnWfl No Com promise With Favorite Sons in Any State. TEXAS FIGHT TO FORE Shadow of Third Term Rests Over Every Dsmocratic Aspirant. liy MAVERICK ftilANOi'i: WAKIIIN'ITON. March I. All ! Washington Is talking nbeut the courage of lion. Is'onard Wood. l.-r-; talnly no man ever showed more i courage than did Oanergl Wootl tiiii i w I .. -. I . .. .. . W 111 III n ri an tli po litical gauntlet to QoV, RIM ft Isiwdeli In lb,- presidential race in the latter! home stalo. Ho will not 00NTIMUED nt phk, POPS Denies Rumor Doug Fairbanks HOI .-,n ' ' r u eountr. tha 1 1 i ired my and filed uomplaint, "Mr Moore certainty Hid Tint r Cf4ve Miiy hi i nt of tinttmy t'nitn rti with tha roqueat that ha rtfnh. tn ponteat the Bull Hueh thought had never entered my mind foi i kni-w Mr. Moore wan a gontlamani urn- who wmilil nut per ml I BUOh a t hough 1 tn t tit hia ml fnl tan .ift.-i tli" .1. vs. ir k -' n r til tn rm- I eeaarded it e a aacred matter, nf In te real to anyone bul myet t hf ffni , mothi r and i mnd plane tn avoid publicity, Wa did rj tn elude Iniervlewera and 1 foil that though nay caaa and my wik in the fiiiim ui" in the Intoraat f the pitbliOi my pfrHtin.tl affaire were nol i mw raaUae my mia tike i hava learned now that I tin not belong tn myaelt if I hava done any hing to offend the publto, I mn mi snri y. My life work in 'o nntki people happy i ''J 111 Ihelf ht.tris with gtadnetaj through my bppearnnofl in picture Btorlea i wan) tn oonttnua th good work and I Wltl dO BO aft InlikT U the pUbllO nVmnmlH It. "In the futUfa vrtiTH. whrn Tnv foabli efforta hava foiled to bring ohaar in mtllionj of ptcfure inv'r-H Whom I humi.iy try tn plaaae, than ami only fhap win i retire from my work. I rm tongar muot !' pond upon thf fiiniH for tnv living, i have aamad enough f" koep mj alf and mv mother, ami it i mn tterf'HHary for On tu wnrk fm fin 'i khIii. I will work In tho future nni v for hi pleaoura l 1 1 from it. and fnr tin- emllea mi 1 laved admirori reap frm m turaa other than tnlo, i ha I plnriH for thr future " , A eto4 alaei ' t -Ha-v,.- i i I'udar Wsje.aerUVa, ZWk ri Maa. aa aaaOaarisil ' i laaKat Tarr r In y Compromise Should Go to Lodge, President's Friends Intimate. MAY REFUSE AUDIENCE Session With Senators Is 1I 1.1 to B Useless For Position Is "Known." FOES AGAIN JUBILANT Borah Will Ask for Action on Monday; Say Defeat Is Beyond Doubt. HOPE NOT GIVEN UP a " " Final Compromise Effort Continues; Agreement Believed Unlikely. S ASIIINOTiiN. March Tha move to ring ITesldent Wilson a,, ii-i lot,, the peace treaty im promise negOtlatlona gat such a set baoh at Ihe white house today that ti.e in le illalilo samite opponents I ol ratification again pronounced the ireal) dead and gave notice that they I voi, lit move Monday a bring the do bate apagdlly lo an end Offloiala chaae to tha iqesldent deal d that dem ii ratlo senatora ttlraiadl were fully advised of tha at UtUde ot the aeteoutlve and that , u-ootlse priiposals should ' be I addi eisod not lo Mr Wilson, but io si itoi Lod re ..f Mptn huaetta, the i c p 1 1 h l h'li u leader In the serials. II wa.i u , i nvenled whether the prea blent would mam ihe requeated ron lerenca Wltal SSXiatni Hlmmona, rep Ifiesnllng lha democrats, tn a final ellorl at compromise, but th white bouse officials LaUnvaded that they bought further efforta lo Inquire be i ieald.nte views would he superfluous sun iiohi iiopo. The development caus.Hi ttMaa cealed dlsappointruenl among the lepubllcau and democrat senators working for an eleventh hour com promise, tiul It did not put a stop to theU nsgollatiOnaa. .Some Ion DOlS Sldsg opt nly declared the only oours., leri wa . to the effort an ugre imeni and than, If a ratification wtrs ac oompliahadi lad tho preatdaaii decide whether bt would accept or re ject U, Among tha Irraoonollabies. how ever. It , in..lently w.u. asserte,! that no agret menl ver could be reached on suoh an uncertain Intsls anrt that ir the declaration of the white house officials reflected Iho view of the OONTfattTatD ON PAtW KOU. LABOR PLAN IS READY St , i, ml 1 1, Iii ,1 I I , I i ,itovl,o. Will (submit llt'Mrt to rn-stdrni Wllsini Wit Wea-k. V ,ll I Nii'rt iN, March - The proper plana to grapple with the labor problem Is In the Individual plant, Ihe second Industrial confer eneo will tali Prealdent Wilson in t final report. Tha conference, a,' Journed today iii"ter having held, foi saaaloiis since lis first meeting lie Camber 1 Its report, adopted unanl mouslv will no to the president next weak and will be rn.tde public within j about i ! duvs. J Speolflo r rnrnendatbins regard- I Ing hours of work, wages, women t and children In Industry, unamploy I ment and similar problomg hais.' I been madai Ihe conference an- nounoes, and a definite aland on col- iaotiva bargaining, tin ruck on which the first eonferenco ruins to ', grli I has been taken. in prallmlnafy report made pub lo December Hi th eonforonoa , propoeed mSohlnery for adjusting diiputei batwane employs and ami i ii is and nbked for criticism! and nS a number of a, en praml I n , nt m public life as Well as rep. ; reien tat Ives of capital ami labor ap , peared before th,- conferenoo, while individual tnd organisations made suggestion! In writing. The final report, the conference announced) makes some modifica- f th. ii iJtiioii in its pre luminary gtatemeni hut leaves lh I tact the national industrial board .m i the regional boarda of Intiulry ami a i i igtraent. The r.-port. winch contains iho t I i B i whrda. will he printed for I public distribution, I The conference was conipcied ' 17 maanbera with HecTetory of lAbol Wllsi Hoot Plialrman and li i ha.rm-in New York Life Insurance Co. Farmer & Duran I l rUll NTS itidg. Pho lot sr.