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RELIABILITY CHARACTER ENTERPRISE
OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPATLK
THE MORNING
AVMRAOI IWORN Naff paii
Final Edition
liter lath n
25,242
EBRUARY
vol xiv, no. m.
TULSA, OKLAHOMA, MONDAY. MARCH l". 1920
16 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
UD
IAS TOWN
Fire Sweeps Village of
Grandview During
Afternoon
LOSS NEAR $2,000,000
Fire Departments From
Surrounding Towni
Called in to Help.
THREE FIREMEN HURT
I arm House Three Miles
From Town Catches
Fire From Brands.
i i ;T WORTH. TOSAt, MarOh 14
I,.-,.. elttmatOd lit nmrr than $!.
ho, tot canoed , '"' l.MO I"'"
pit microd homelttt bjr flrt trtitoh
wept Grsadaisw, beginning t
s'fiionv this mttrnlng ami I "im
ratine nt o'clock tonlghl The on
tire hnxincea tOOtlOn end rem
rtrjiii.il portion of the elty WH do
Mroytd. Three men WOTO lltjufed
in , building oollapood
T).f were roamed hy ;i living:
.Iwni of firemen. WrO departmentA
from ClObUMOi Iteaeg and Mvra
o raapondtd, lnl the Water in the
itTiilpipo ruvo oul and sineo Hun
th. f;rrmcn have in unable to do
anything except watch th.- town
hum I'j nainile rould nn; bo Oo
lamed
ii,.mrip. iiioii TnuMfwrMI.
u:ntobilat. tfiltkt,
ttntr trohioltt arr loin
a. - i r. t,, carry tbr no
WAffWnt anil
r prr.aaioil In'o
mttoni poopit
MtrvhAndltt
to AlvorHdo nnil Itaair
alual in tho hunHrrrlw of IIHMIWtndl
of iloitara is hrlnir pllnd Into tho
Urnttt And lAOAleulavol loot It ',r-
tnc r-:iuiofJ bj xvalrr ami HtooKo,
TiVini Hit MMtpt of t V, tht flr
annpi thro'iph tho Pity, tallns
iiiorr than 2o0 homrn In ttii h. nt
...i.i.n.i',1 ,io.-tion Vhru thn firr
rraihorl Main strort hopo- wrrr lie I.I I
out for tho l'UHino. Br (ton, a-. ih
Wind w hlowinr; rtuo north, trhttl
by go mat fruak the wind r 1 ro.i ami
the tup ma-opt Into tho PUllnttt fn
Hon like a m. ent'tifing BVtry
t'tiLidittg In tho olgrht plookt of tho
butinOM atroota. The loaa In thlt amo
tion nna tho arroaitoat. no no IllM
an Rien for aalvato work.
Plretnon roll Into Bins,
(Vhllt tlfhUni a fro front iht
naif of a one-ory Sufftn I hulld
lr on Main at root, AtoitttOI Wrt
Chief Sam Wtlton of Itawn. .1 Olt.
aliurnn fireman, and a flrtmtvn from
tlr.in.hiow, woro hurled in 11 Rttth
Int caldron when tho roof oollAptod
The) wore footvitd. all Injupoo I
rlottsty, hut not fatally.
Minor WlltUalnt of QrAOdTleW
ralloil a mam iiieetlnj; of all innlo
cllllri". In the elty park and under
hi direction ocminiUtot of tAfetj
waa iianiod Thiw oorumlttee taAtrOlltd
thr ftrtHrtrlokon ttotloit tutd r.ai-agr-i
foods front ttOPOt nn.l rivi
lenreg trrhtrtvtr pottnStt.
Thi w ind If blow Int with sueh
rtiooity that burning brandt wtrt
carried for mlloa a ftrmhoutt tbrro
niile. from Oraadvltw taughi flro
from -.h ; brand and Wtjt dO
Itroyed, At 9 O'oiOOh tontKhl tndb n
Uotn .ire that the rttntMUui few
kuildlngt in iho rtaMontlAl dlttrlol
wi'l bo dowtroyMl.
Iho fire atarted at the extreme.
Muthern end of the elty and. fanned I
by Hi" heavy wind, ewept rl-ht
throufh the t lty. Tht AOhOOl houe
an.! .orv thtlrOh In the rit) waa
burned, the k a- m hank WAt dt-
ttroyed and tho fire was Ihranlonlna
Iho Klrt National bank.
(.raiulview 1h In Johnson county
' hi M tC. a f. railroad o,- thr
a 1 . 1 1 oi! ai .t ..
..f . VtV mi'i.t, .unitiri
- 1 in 1 v iiri 11
Ainfuia; ' I, on ltd ml i tit? Ht'tn of
nr-ri.m )fr that of Iv.irl Smith :i
Mr ohl irlrhhnno airl. I io,sp it j
th frantic plana of hor mothor, who
III ' I hv hrr arwltehboard until Iho
wallii of the house adJolnlna the
tHepTioni building ravof in unrt nn
il rwrv Miiva" wtro in thr build
in! -a. rirjA(i. and thro only muM
ah. i.o perRuudrM to niiko 11 1hm)i
fr Kafety.
BOLSHEVIKI RETREAT
'''Mm' hot sa, i M,,,v M,ii,i,.,
antti Ordered tn Ooantcr.AlUU'k.
UrtUtMl HntMpot River,
WABIUW, Marrh 14 - Ilo i,rfi
' dntptiehtt rtoolvbdl IndAaAtt UtAt
Wt bolthevlk army Ih In dlanrdrr
' IHIt of the DntlDtr river I
""or iia riofp
loreot :tt. tho hnAArtanl
n.u
llltwl I A... at a ...
ir.nL,,;,, ' aiomr ana k-
"Jvlta SMiih.HM nf Mliink Tho
, "J that MrforaJ dotah
monu (lt iM.Nh. vik iroopo mutinlod
,L i' i nintar-attaoti arhan
i " iii .
.1 E'0'!?h wiumuntaiit i
rtatea t ho . .. i . ,
, ,, ' red ilPinnra
""I'loli, I, ,
ilijtt ion I
lt,i. linn niH fh i-
iii j.anir
ilftlT I .a I. .ul Mih.
llnddM mL h"'"'n.irte.-..
"o,,,,, "Sf. PIVOUtly an-
ui iu, mt tommanlaut repn-ta
J! rtyo; M.,.hip,.
A Itirt'e
. . IIH r'"L ril-ft I,,.,.,...
supply of ammunition.
nic ntitrr
" KK, Ok
Mnreli 14
"U-fOO
t1aar Waa lirouaht
th
"o I,.
Klllotj farm one and
"rie half , " " 'xrm one at
rw ' .T'1'" JOUth and three mil
jaa or i handler tht .v,s-i i
tidier thti
'h' I'nningB
morning t
w ..rurk
enmpanv
1 s ,-.,
at 2. .00 f,r,
DESTROYED
World's A'ctr.s 7'oJ
in Condensed Form
for Hurried Headers
n ISHIMiTov Mtrra 14 -I orntr I a it
Mate, taaatei Hear) vv Blilr of New
llaaatklre died her. inli. dealt, i . ng
taertget Uj hie aj ,,fr.
I.ONDo.v .r,h i, fieri tat
looting in HMI di.tri la of g'erlin tmla
aa riiig(,li t tli,. t.nn.lon I i in r s froin
tin u,mi etpliftl Hied y,jnd' ev.ae
ltla ill. pan h gift no detail.
imoiaAapous, i i.j Mit ii r
Am.ii.en legion h.l mriiitiir.hii' ..f over
t.Ono.ntlU in 1,471 po. era.t.r. i t'lrinigh
OUl I'.' ..I r .1 was anii.mn, ml mi legmo
headguarti-t a Iht,. loila.
BBiiLowa r a 1.11,
I . Mr, h
r.illii in. ii Vl n- liii!,-. I and
!u.rd
lel-mon t.i.lei i,. iwS. ii i h IVj.i.i
Siimlrr.il rijirrt. ami
t nc Rutland railroad
frt'inlii train of
NrW YOftK, Mar. ,i 14 rM.iimrfl
of in I nitrd Male, marine. thr la-a in
let dntj in Krm.re. arrived h.r 49j on
Hi- r.Mi.'h In.- ifmf.lrti Stajram fr,rm
IW'Iranx.
PAtfAUA, Mar. h II 111 Mpt m 10
nigiit bfil i: Mil up in ih, Ptapaifl rMSl
bj a land. lido at 0 MIMII RffDOVtl it'
in.; in. i.al w.-tl. litva o.dl.al-'l an ratun
lift fai" m.i.fiTiont at that pPkBt.
PAJUS, HaraJl 1 1 Hitm) Mrhi
rch will Icavo for .Ma. ii. lomiilit to par
tlPlptlt m a .uiif.Tfii. t- wiln alli.d K.-n
oral. Mrs tho Matin, whirh aaaajria iiir
mar.hai rttoira altolnlc i.mfidrino in tlio
nutation.
PANAMA, Marrh l:t-Tha hiii,.ig hoard
.i.ani.r k an. t roni I'm ..! Iplna roi
lado.i.tok and Yokohama, win, S,QOO,OO0
eallona of -.'. ia on lira, off l ap
Mala, on in,, i.mtlirrn aide of tho Hull ..f
I a'lania. and h.-r .mow tiah
tho crtiifirr 'J'a. oina
laa.-ii off
PANAMA, Murcli
1 1
Haar Admiral
.Mari.iiri 'l.ihnkion. .ommandr of lli. fif
ipa'illi I nitt'd Slat. , natal du-lri'-t who
I whiio flahlag aiiit laraa .-oinpani'ina. waa'
ttrrlwd oiitlo ara I'ri.ta. when In la ii iu-h I
waa ditahlpd baa r.w hcd llalbna -alrl.
CtiPKNII MiKV. Marrh" 14. I nofflrial i vl" ollltlVt "gOOd UmO" in llrovn, i
figurca of plobiiwiia in the aisoud I Ihft-PAtttngOr OAT. At BAPUIP tho.
Mltawt rona up to midmstit hhow an I prCatOd up "a POtlplt of plrln." a'"
.01 rw hr.inu j in.ij.iru foi lirrmany. No rnirlini; to harni-r. I ilirl not know
Ilaiil'.ii inaturilj
nas iniir, tar Ik an ra.'or'tid
Dtrdad
111 an .li.tr in.
aro laVM or four
Th. lit rtoan
to our
majoril iri.
WIJSBINOKX, HollMd, Marrh it Kor
in. r (r.iwn Prtae Prtdt-rtoll William on
hoarinx of
tlir. ri.uni.r ravolution m 1,1 r
minr, i'f-,,111'- aari Btira r.ni.,d Up
nioli-rrd -rvcral tinjiri. mio tho vlllatT'' in
an endeavor 10 learn if hnrgomastri J'cra
booin had late nnwa from Berlin.
WARKAW, Marrh 10 -Thn rn?rr I
tion IHaitii the I'oHuh fnrin offn-f rrp-I
ranenlaiivra ind, Fintiieh doSegfatH i-ame to1
an rti lust night, a full tgrrcmmt having
l-ion r'arhd wi muliiaT nuppurt in all mat
ton tn atinjt to frontier!., t nmiDcr e and in
diihlry.
WASHINfiTOV, Marrh 1 4. President j
WTUon hia fnurth automohtlrt rlda
Ineaj hie iilnviH luday, Lraing a tvual
Mfir- h vi in, in an oifn in i 1 -n-n .
I mil nil hv Mrs '. ... ,-,i i;,,. Admiral,
Orirtan, Ikl prPnUfnt npiMit two hour
o" ( t.rlt rtiad ahout lhf oltf ''! MfJMM
rcfrra-hrd fin lua return lo the Whila Hoipe.
afAOOBaT7HO, latKi Marrh 1 1 -A
dixpaii Ii from Nmar 10(1 an ittflCI iart
int; sfvpral hnnrt. m cnmlf Sitiirla nieht
with rltlr mi -I ha"d ci- on 1 1 j t fpn
i-ral piOatof f iw ot riipiert i lh Molte -f.i'iir-itv
ruanl Tlir tfolMuil ami a RUOtWr Of
riata aoaaed rrt djmazid. hut t)i po
Offiea rrrual'ifd in ih' ha nd n of ihf laVO'lt
laatdi
SN rlNTOXIp lii Marrh U lj
nafiri Bonlltat, Mailman amr.ador to til
I'nited Hi a i oa. r. tit; hi way Ii
Motjro. rttid tha' h ha.l ben offnrfd (he
ntimination for vhc prAidanrv of ItOStoO t?
"approximatelw i t partiaa," or
what would b rccarda,! in thin ronnirt aa
pnlitlial alOvl all of OtTiliata tondenriM.
Mr Ronillan ttarUtid t "a? whether ha
would arrrnt r noaainatlon.
W.W VOfiK. Marrh 14 A rirw mor
ninni Ifj crifort'i llie, fidirjtl prohibition
anirrdmi-nt Inroupn a rampaiirn tr tn- row
! bmd rrlisinua ffirre: f (br rnmiirv under
I Iradrrxhin of thi world pfOklblilon '-,!
j raiion waa annonfiffd today If ItOTg Df
CmarlM Varitnn of Plttiburfa, ranrral rf
I lalaf) of iha prrhyfenan board if (f-nr
peran.i'e mid mnrai wtdfart.
, V. L .. .r, 1
.. V" . f . "
rrif-eims t in" iiniiai rnui-aiuin a-.Mri
o,
ii. id at loll laaka ''ity Jala 10
and will he fetlBfid bj extended dl.rlia
ainna on the alinrtagr el laOetiari and lha
ajaetttlly for t'io nrofoa.ion to laltt for
loti.lation lo filuain wago IteTeaaaf, ar
rordinr to ttnaaaeefJeOI tonight The
nanncll of aiate a -iio.i ftuperlaleodaali will
hold a two days' ronfer. nee pre. e.ling1 Iho
antra! Hireling All aeaionfi wil! h.' hold
In the tnoernarie of Ihe Mormon i-l.nreh
TOE WEATHER
OKI.AHOM Monday and 1 uesday
rloudi . rain MO"da mpht or TurHar.
IOPII N Mnndnt "-londr ai'fiifr In
ami I Ii I'orlion Tuatdai BOavlllW ' older
AUK .' aloi dav naltM i o df r
in w t poriion : Ttiedri v pobah' v ram,
r.lilrr
kfAIT Tl S' Motida rlondv r'.Arr (n
rorih portion. Tuttdaj uBMIIm -oIdrr in
aouih ioilioi
tt'KHT TKXAP Morda. i-indv. r4." It
TuftadaJ 'air
KASliMS T'na-HVd aid fMnVr Monday
with prohahlv raina in raf tortiin: Tur
dav fair; rnldrr ii pouthea-it partial; tront
Mi-lthwrsl In northwe-t winds
THOUGHTS TO
THINK ABOUT
MV COUNTRY HOME
out nn tho farm a a oonvonlonl tlif-
l..rn. from I ho lilV. lUfrOUOdOd With
ih.it la.'ikiw rountrv llf tlwir.il
! iiia iiiilu-Kluai ilio.im 'if many
of i
iiri who nitty hft oim- nrri rf Iho din
a mi h.Atilf thai hi-itiih to h a part
of th- daily rant I no of city liro
ip.si ifter
WHI. wo ihink ihat a'
a few niorr
w nh.an buy
rn f toil and trial
titilo farm and
KettlO down where bumnifrt tonni
llons will never annoy ua.
Why not in- intnraatod rlgthl now
in iniyinc thai farm? Look ovr thr
hHtH in Ihe World Want Ad Imh
from day to day until you find a
plana thai wuit you.
Telephone your Want Ad lo Ih
World. PfcOM Biar (J0U.
EXBS
Merle Brown Is Killed At
Choc Join! Outside
City Limits
ASSAILANT NOT KNOWN
Victim of Drunken M1 In
Squalid "Land of Other
Half" DiM Sundfts .
BODY TAKEN TO ERIE. PA.
Dead Man Employed as Ma-
hinist ; Companion E
capea tlnrinp Fight.
Ii rt-Mf in Out of thn miiliy tCJUtlld. 1
foui untiling ".hoi' " jointH which
Mro btlni I'prral.'il lifi the out
MklrtM of t'i rllv. In Tvittft'l "IhiuI of
tht otlitr imif.' Unit Merit Brown,
Irouna 1'X-nrr li-o man, rruclverl two
avnif woundk thai rttnlttfl in hit
rlmth Ht n loral hoi-plt.il orly Sun
riny marnlni;. tnd from which wi
Ham v Dtmir hit oomptnlon,
rwrrowly ttonptd ttii hit iif
"itMh't Plict," i tht nant hy
whK-li III - fwti' of Sun. las nlnht
Iragtcl) is known t.. its mnny lrt
qutitttn siu.'K tnd Saiuh Roblnton,
ptgrott. Art tli'1 tlltaTtd proprittori
of tht joint, whifh i snuio olttanot j
front tnt .nil of int pAvttattil on
Urr I'liwo.iit iipnuo. himI Hroorilln; 'o i
tlir poller, jiihi out.-i'l'' iht tnty iim-
1 1 m unil thertfOM umtrr Uit lorltdlc-
tion of tho .ount nuthotitlta
YoutiK Hrown. win) wf tho r-
tiin of a firnnkon mob And his frldnd
Darntr, who i llttlo iiioif than t. j
bnv. had Btmrttd out In OUttl of tl"
n,.
who they won. hut 1 suppose, I th.-v
were ail right," doeltrtd Dnrntr
aftor thr alfair
Attn driving over the otty for m
while tho quartet Itfi tin1 pavtd
ttrettt and hegdod for iht "ohoc
joint. Which Is only areeaslhlo after
a long wlndlnt ride over rough tin
lighted ttrettt. Finally they arrived
at the ftohinaon pla e. a runishuokle
old hdUAt in a tumble down filthy
neighborhood Sovcral cart .-ie
pmratd at the side of thr bouse and
lite noire of earouslns' CaUnt from
within. Darner said. Paifll liahts
fllcltertd through the OIOOOI) drawn
window curtainA.
'We snw a erowd go In and ho we
went In, too," the I 'arner I'nv Raid.
aii prat huniied tfhtn the nowoomtrt
entered the pltVCt tAVt un In term it
tent grniining snore which CMIC
from the murky durkne s at the
head of the narrow. rlCktty atftlrway.
The lowaoelllngod room filled
with in. .1,.- and fumed of the oil
lamps and thn ail- WAS . barged with
the tfickonidg tlenoh of the "otmo."
The dim lit hit made it Impoaal
hie for Darntr to tell how many nf
ihe intiAtei or the plact wen- white
and how many weir negroi.s and In
dians. it wns the intranet of mt girlt
that appeared to prtcipttatt tin
trouble.
' Are yOU wilh thai woman, "ooino
one naked, and Ihen. Iiarner gAld,
the quetttontr ttniob Biowu m the
hi .i.l With a ruffe., pot. In the fight
thai followed, tho oddt trtrt henvilv
ugainal ihe two boy and they hud
their i lothea badly lorn Hue man,
an Indian, tinted a revolver at Par
nor, he aald. but it Wat knoi-k. d to
iho floor before he rould pull tho
trigger. Hrow n and I turner made
their ate apt through 'if bach or the
hOUAO.
"l-t' gel out of this hell hole!"
Iiarner exclaimed when they were
outside
"No, we brought the ggrtl out hete
and we have to get thOin awn- from
hero again," was arown't reply and
he sffirted around the houot to enter
from the front dour. Just then the
OTOWd of men. about 10 in tiumh"r.
aooordlna to Dnrntr. 1 unie out the
front and grappled with thOPt. "1
!saw we hud 110 rliatlre against t lint
number so I beat it. An I left I heard
Merle rail 'I'Ved. Fred. he dt"
rlarod lred Ik the name thai BlMWH
1 always i-ullo.l Harnor by.
Hrown died in minutes after he
I rAAOhtd the hoapltal It waa found
that he hud been slabbed om o in the
1 left aide Jutl below the Ihouldtf
land onre in the head behind tho
light ear When the noliot leaehed
Iho joint at :i JO o rloi I; Sunday
I morning, all ihe rrowd bad led but
'the negrota wim ran the place
Barth Roblnton OAld that she did not
know who did the killing, but that
she thought it was two Indian hoys
rxurnxuBD on pok r.i.Bvr.N.
PALMER FORCES ARE ACTIVE
i ajnnjcatjni 1 hm.i.i intiudo
I'romiiH n( I'ollii.-iaiK
WASHINUTUN'. .Mar.;h (
POPfllOl1 lu i)reat nlaiiv I
M.inv
14 -
'r-
hn of Alexandria. Va.. wl l had tho
prlntan carnpalatn nonimKtoo. t-pek-
ihg th noinlnntlon fir Attorney UOn
eral Pi mi ' thfl p-realdAm y. The
ieroonnel of tho rotnmltt, an
noum oti tanlaht . inrIinliH J f Ian v
Caviftfton, '-hief juhUco tu promt
eourt Itlnlrlrl of ' 1 1 .1 trea
urer; Oliver- '. Newman, former
lrraldent Diatrinl of Oolutn hia. IOC
rotar
' Vincf' atoCormink and oaapb
I ChlffOj wil! lake charge of the ram
, (initrn In Mr. PaLaior" home ata,
I'ennHylvania Wilbur W llafah.
Iowa, will hae t lhAfM nf hn weMt
rn iTnpa!an nirnttle4 with hfal
Tjarter pfotlfhbly In 'hlago.
Americans to Allow
NoiierniunOiitbreiik
To Occur AtCoblens
Tar IfttfM a:el ft
rtMUai-N, March i .1 V 1
A ini-r.i nu DOtlltlMIII4ll tiuhiv in j
fin mill thr OTlaUlin 'eartrrn that
no fontr. itHhc Inlafiftrlnjl with
tho fu not Ion of th urniv nrtil no
dttnoMtM l ion will . imrm IttH
fm in for mod thai i( ttiv oould
n rontrnl Jvir follOWtn hr
Atnir!crtti army wouwi do io
Th .nrrtfndrrit ifld itWiMritv
ocialitu rxiM-: io hold n mootinfl
Sunday afiarnoon doclda upon
m.iianniiitniK with the aor'allMtH
of t too I no In rudooi i of a M
hour crnrral a ' r J k f Mitnlv
It Itrriiinp lifimvii n.Ll ih.it ttlfJ
rrtiinuv men in tho RhinolaJid had
dooldod to loin pfonoral ?i r i k '
oallod foi Monday in tvtnoatn
with thr old rjfovornwant, natwlth'
' .i r. .1 ! i,;' atrtCl oril'i h) the h
lici) in It ii i com m.i ml ftfiru in (
Mrikf which intorforv with tht
fUnctlom f ooou9atton
GIRL DISAPPEARS;
SUICIDE PROBABLE
Body Maj
M ist res
He Midiloii
of House
by
..f 111
illllO.
MINISTER GETS
NOTE
Friend nf Mining iirl (.'alls
Rev, Cooka and Tall ;
nf Clrcumatanoat,
Where is Manib Wnlkei I
Inform ill.. tl that she had taken
Carbolic arid last I'ridiiv night and
died late lout night and thai her body
1 1 balog run., air. 1 by the mlatrett of
a house of lil famt whu had Ion ed
her In live with h.r was rtctlVtd by
tht pollot from two dtttlnnt oouroot.
While he WAt ron. lip tins Ins Sun
da night atrvlot it thr Tig.-rt
Ml mo rial ihtiirh. Hot Harold 0,
Cooka reoalvtd a phone rail from an
anonyuious fm-u.l ol the girl t. Hint
him that she Wat dead bin that she
rould not dial-have Ihe pluee of her
loath.
Al the same tune information waa
rot r ived by Tht Wgtld from a
ahaaot aruualnlanee of Mlsw H all
er'a that she had roinmitted tllloldt
verifying Iho stnr of the unknown
friend
lioi utmmor whth a ttrltt of re
vj Vll I aervlres were being held at
the Tlgtri Memorial ohuroh a wom
111 w ho K.le hrr name as Mi- Walk
er eiill.d llevorend fooke. telling
turn mat tier OBOgnil 1 I'oitlg
jgtraV and urging him to se,. h.-r
and tiy to porauatda Hi. girl who waa
bill 111. to live the right kind or a
life.
in rotpontt to rfXimeroua requeaia,
Mr and Mra. fooke tniide ihe girl
their trlond ind did everything in
their power to help htr OUl of Ihf
altuttlon in which she WAt drifting
At Ihwt 'line .lie worked for a loral
o.l ronian !- a stenographer.
she whs a frequtnl vitltor at iholr
home at II tO North lu nver and went
on motor rldtt with them a Dumber
of timet. Never, however, would the
girl tell thorn where eho lived fine
time tht loM thom.thal 'he woman '
whose pla.o she 'was living had
threat tntd to kill h.-r If ahe eer
saw them again
lt Kridav Manue railed Mrs
f'nokn and lold her that she had to
see them at onee. Mra OoiTka told
her that she would have Reverend
I'orike meet her a i a down lown ran
dy parlor.
"The poor Ohlld told ine that aho
had tried to live rlthl hut she was
being forced tn a life thai tht oould
not endure any longer." said Hev
. ipnd fooke. "she tatd that she waa
dltCOUraged and tired of trying to
do right and that the people with
whom ahe waa Maying would kill
her if .he did otherwise. 1
Afraid of the mil treat of iho
l.ouae the m 111 refueed to tell where
OONTf NtlgD riN PAOg il.r.vF.v
Pastors Express Views On
Coming Primary Election
Queationi" of noli. 1 a ti'iHinina to
the j t prim;i r tloctlon Turd.n
were hrieflv tOUOhad tlpOII i"
numbar nf tht Tulai pulplti bj ihe
p;uintM in their Sunda mornlni
Hermona anl in everv IntHaAOi IhOfla
in attendnn' were urffod to tS&
their voteF ror the landid itiH whom
Oiey brllevn will reprejamn the
hia'ht Ideals in municipal rovrn
ment. A hnef hynopwiuhi of the re
marks of th paat-TH touoblnfl upon
thitt iniairtani aubject follown
1 ' B N T B N A 1: M B TH O D J T
Harold 1 ?ooko
As rllla-en of thr Bly nf Ti'fa.
we are now n Ihi- rvr of altOtlOO
tn delermine who shall 1-e atlaoiad
in our primuro'a atx Pandldatai for
our elty office PaciauiJ 'f th ta
miea involved it hevfanea the aolornn
ohltyatioit of the tulnlatry in tltla
'Ity tn Hpeok out wl'h fi-o uncer'aia
'one, iui to th obtlatkMM of th4 m
iitonahip of Tulwi in trolna to the
polaa and 'aal mg their liallot for
riffhle-miN mn and riKhi pi Inrnplm.
Iedt thoae who cavil And quibbli
about th proaohar In pmn . ami
politlof in 'he pulpit, know thai ih
nn of tht' inlnlatrr nf 1 :nii''i 1
nedjM m .r" he heard where moral ia
alien itre involved A tranic of thUfi
crurifiad the lrd JeauH 1,1100 yeara
a (ro for upeetklntx nprnlv on moral
laauon, and ever atme Lha: time the
SEIZURES OE OIL
IN OSAGE DENIED
High officials Refute
Report Output Is
Private Propertj
NAVAL RESERVE OPEN
U, Si Ma) BasuN lour
Thouaand acm sti aaida
b) Tribal Council.
OIL MEN ARE ALL AROUSED
Publication of Paltw ItapoVta
Reaulta In Manj I"
quiriai at Capital,
Spo.-ial III Ihe World
AglllNUTON, Man h I I. li t "
I government oftloialt lodaj donltd
thai tin gtvarnmeni has dtoidtd to
take OVOI the eiilil. oil prOOXlO.IOTI
I of the 1 isuge notion in ordet lo In
1 sure a gUPpIl of fuel oil fur the
nava ohlDDlna board and war de
oartntanl
I'ulilli ailon of a nowa atory thai :
nu ll was tin. gov ei nnienl a HUei,
Hon in morning nowopaport ihrough.
OUl the country today iaud 11 I
furore in ol h'lrrlea. N'-w Vork and
I'hlr.igo men interested in "'
fields al on e wlted senatota gnd j
i inieatntttlTta to loara the purport 1
of the alleuod plan.
Qovornmoni oinolali wild ihtt oh.
' a 1 . 1 1 s I - the government OOUld itul
lake OVer tlsage proillletlon. wblrll
is prlvatt property. It waa admitted,
however, that aomothlng like two
tpars ago the nawge tribal OOUMll
soi attdt tpprotlmattl) 4.outi aoret !
0 1 iand in Ih" woeteru part or the j
ratirtttlon whloh i r undovolop ;
td, but dOUbtlean la oil land, with I
Ihe Intention of dlopoalng of it aa a
naval 1 ttti i and that it is probable I
, that the govornrtieiH will at om e en-
ttr Into negotiations with the Otage
council to lake over thlt i"'i iu"i
develop It.
Ii. fore ihe denial aa n.ade that
tho govtrnmenl Inttndtd 10 take
over Ihe usage ml proilui'l ion. Bena-
tor.-. and 1 r pros' 11 1 at i . s vrere oa
s'.oged with lelegramt of proteal
againtl any su. h acUon.
Senator liore of Oklakomt "'"I
lhal he watm d tn look Into Iho wit -uatton
iirfore milking ami oommant,
"if any Knit notion. 1 oontom
plul.il. It Is to say Ihe bust, revolu
tlont.r, said Senator tlore. "1 have
alwayt ppppttd oonfatoatron and oi
viousiy euch action would bt oon
flarutlon."
Il Is 1111. loral I that Spnulni liore
may offer a joint rrsoiuiioii aawnia
lh(, nt,.ninii of
Ihr
gov . riimein in
the oil tltuatlon.
if the 4.UOII a-re . ot undeveloped
oil land iii the iisaite nation Is Ob
tained from thi- usage OOUnell, tht
government will Itttll develop the
land, or will bark some private oil
company wining to produce crude
oil at I, U Ire II PPntldtri fair. Oklt
home .hoi Tetag ml Interet - feai
thai i'' h polloy will dtprttt
prloot
John llerton .lane Who '- toon to
take offn at eoretery of the lo
tenor la undorslood to have decided
lo announ. It Immediately upon as
1 sumlng the ofl hat the govern
I merit will take till Ita royatUaa from
' government land tn the form of
; erode oil.
FOUR KILLED IN DISASTER
Siihiniirinr II -1 Wwkcdl
traOOO to Mmnlatli'im
Near
Ita.
In-
HAN DlalrOO, OgU.i Marrh 14.
jiautanaw Coniinavndor Jacnoa it
Wohh ami ihreo mambori af hli
t row u n r last Whon tho 'nit"
i s'Htps lutomorlnfl HI woni oaroum
at ih ontrancfl to MaadaJona
lowrr California i aooordlna to u ra
dlo (llwrailch iceivwfl hart todaSTa
Booldoi Utoutnnani Coati roandoi
w ebb ihoo ilalad u daad wro;
II N flitf--. innrhifitjs' n tni.tr; M
H I H itintiin hiuI JatOOOh llnffrnah
kOMnon.
ifjndtiinaa hfive andoavorad 'o orlp
ph iho nfluanoo or the prcahT Of
olaan aovarnmant
What are the mmiea involved
aim pi Lhta 14 our trover n mam lo
he controlled and pollclne dh
!ald li ihe nnwd Lhal Ifl bOMUng
for th pT-eetcrit admnu.-! 1 at ion ' And
a ra we ta intruat the apernlina of
vn-Ht H'imH uf i'tio paopla'a mtmy to
thoH" who have alroady in many
warn proven thernrlveM nnMdi.a wifh
puhlir mot 1 " If von wonlfl know
w ho 1 tie enthuaiaat 1 1 Ipportafl of
the praaanl adrri intt ra t ton r talk
:i 'hns" whu pa Kit-1 in the iueation
ahli :nr 'i, pla fea - r" ,r It V
and '-onnnrt with the Ih w bl eakpra.
ami 'tn m moral whn infant tho t'tif
You will find them Q per cent
atfona I'erannally l know ttOU)ln
doroaatory t tlir p'rw"iini rhanurter
of Mayor Hubbard, I pv hint credit
for helna a rikmI man, and 001101
htm amonjr my friendis, hut I do
ktiuw that ihe baal man in the world,
or an anfr frOfU heav en - ild nt1
make an aeoaptabo offlnor of tlw
law. when baokad up and Htipportad
hv thO crowd lhal purpnuo to elei I
him lo offlcai Homo pood urn win
Huppwi Masoi Huhhard for ro
rlectlon, hut lo thnae who are OjOtlVC
in thia UQPilpalpll 't la perfectly evi
dent thu' tho vaat rnajorny of jrood
mn and women are for Hnpkina.
(ViNTIVI ID ON TAOK TKN.
KAPP AND EBERT IN BAnLE OF WHS
As Richest Man Now Looks
lohri l. It" Li f li
Th-H UntiaUal photoarp&li 'f ,o, worhl'n tichoMt mini w.n t.il.on 11 fw
davn i ho whih' hei wan al plai at OrMand it'M thi I'1" Jobri Oi Rookd
fllof u . whu m 11 i"' 1 urn KOiiM LMatl July, u ' hlii romarkabjo
heitllh by il'-vntliiM a lntK ian of IiIh tliuo to hlM lavonti- rt-11 ra t Inn (Olf
FATE OF TREATY
NOW IN BALANCE
I'oih Democrat and Re
publicans Working
for Reeervat lona
WASHINGTON, March M Th
OOllOrtO'O rOrdlOl on articl 10 by
Kiiifii ir in eoooadad that Tadifira !
KiOfl of Die pojn-r. treatv let to aland !
or full, will ht- prarionri' d toinotTaw '
undOf a u tin n Iiu'hh oonaapt unr'-e
merit pnr.ldniK for a fliutl vote bo
Cora ivdournainl.
I"inirru't. and rrpubllnan Advo-
i at oa of a com prom too i aJihouah ii
oourapod nlmoal to the iotnt of
h- pOlOOOnOOP. ''i" were working den-1
pa rata) irOiUphi to obtain adoption
of reavrvntiun wlilch 0OUtd OOm i
mand oupporl fniut:h to Inoupo lOttl
fuatlon Home of litem bopod they;
t n ia lit reach that and 01 ,t)tortiann
In the ropublloan n'lhtwitute proaont-I
ed lriday. OthOTO hoped the h ahull
lute aa aland' would he aiepted
iv the roOjulalta n urn bar of 4ienio-
i rata Mut nil laadOra agrefd that
eith'-r of thft-e poOaibtllUoi v aa fry
remote
Willi the upprt of tin jrrecon-
otlabloE whii awung bank '"to the
rapubtlonn rnnka veHtwdav aftar
th had aonui 'i modlfloptlon ,rt
Lho oubotltut rdpu bllcan ieidara
i-ou nt on aottd part) llfiaup, on
atttullng a majority of th -enate. In
favor of the anibotituto til aualnat
anv propowa I to I hantro f, Hattar-
ing damoonatic voti-is alao ara x
pfOtdd lo help roJOOl praiH'HfHi
1 Htiiendii.entPi ami finally to W'nir
i adoption 4f thi' resolution itt place of
Ithe one adopfd Uijt NowTuhor.
1 Hot h the adm lO lot ratio n foreea
and th dernor niu whu favor ae-
oeptanoi of the ropublioavi reHorva
Uofio in oubatanca, aro expM-tad to
make a fight tomorrow to gt In
amendruenta thai will cam dmo
'iath OUPpOf I wh.ii- mvpiui Mana
tora ha v a atTbatltUtOI of t heir own
on which thev will auk roll call in
the main HowOVOJf, tnaaa move ara
I ax pact od hy the lapdori tt bo largoiy
parfulaotory unlaaa Home unexpe:'ed
lamonl 1 prOjOOtOd into the delate
New York Life
Insurance Co.
Farmer & Durun
m i ( im. aoaaw
2l Ilia' . Ill.tK PIllllMl tat
LnaBaaVfl R v aw
r iiM lir liMtkn ftM-lny
GERARD-BALFOUR
AFFAIR IS PUBLIC
Meaaagei f Two Slaten
men Over Armenia
Given to World
NKW YfHtK
a.iga raAtlen hv
Arthur J.
M an ii
Jam en W
Half our
! I .Meet-
tieraril to.
t.roldi ng
againNt planet foi
mania and Mr
r partition
of Ar
i ''i.:i"-'
Kalfour'H
atating tiiat ireat Mrntua had no m
tereata in Armenia eireot thoa
haaed on humanitarian grounds
ware made public todttv bv Mr. Ur
ard, who ia chairman of tho Am-n
tan rommtttev for tin Independence
of A rnien la
PublloaUOn wa rutraeriied hv Mr
BaJfOtir becaufte (lf Indication in Mr.
Oarard'n meaHtureh thai hia attitude
had baan mloundarotood in the
I'nited Klataa Mr ioratd ciihled
that trOatiOi far tht Martltlon of Ar
menia had hoen OOnOlUdOd while Mr
Halfour wns amretarv if atiite for
foreign oiffairi Tliut Mr. Halfour
denied.
Half Itcierinlnai Ion QttoUfptlOtl
Mr. Uernrd oallod aitrntloa in th
principle nf nlf determination and
Mr Halfour rephf-d that In vaat re
giona of Armenia Mnwullnfinh pre
doralna d Mr. i Jprar l Bald 'hat
Turka an.) K irda whu ha.! danudod
Arrnania of manv liiha hltantM could
not Invoke the prlnolpla of aelf do
termination. Mr Halfour exprcxaed the hehaf
that Wfio'vir UndortOOk tO aid Ar
menia muat be proparrd to one mili
tary force. Qraat Hrltaiti could not
aaauma addi' ional reNponalhilittAa
te auld h.i' Amerlcu wii mor fir
tur.atalv tit 'jh tod.
, Mr lerrd aaid that (.real Hrit
aln and IVanc were not hitifld In
roquililtdl Air.ancan naaltvtam- aa a
condition nrecedr n to their daln
Juatn-e tn ArrnenU and lhat Ameri-
' Rfl Ultl' lll Hi:H"ll'l WIIH 1111" Ifl
more t't"oeinitr In t tvrnn t l-tna 1 (rfuW4
Hera Armenia'. pluTnl be lld.
waa not unre'atPd to a aerie, af
event., a i re HTv n nha-h Oroal
trite In had n directive role Anion-1
ran mtnOt of Armenia he aald.
oould atreoi no m llomerg ga - ... - .
excluded Armenia from Olllltlt '
the aea. Mr. Ilalfnnr rtplltd thai
the matter waa rereivlna anxlon.
ennaldoraln n l,y the in tot Oonftr
enoo. 400.00 oo Strike.
TAUIH. Marrli 14 Nearlv inn
nnn prrann. aro nn tr,;.o in ' nine.'
ureordint to oailmatr. made
hv official, of thn f. deration or It
hor In Ihe l.ynna tetlnti ttvtral
Ihouaaml handa in t lie auk mill.
have gone out, bringing "i" number
of atrikera at that renter to a lotal
of il'i OOO In the vnrloux Induatrlea.
Tr. fair Itolarim Pan glMttltl Cl. ilia
at ar Orrarw a freah atlly. aVA4.
President of Old Ger
man Government la
Urging Strike.
BARBED WIRE STREWN
fc'.ntanKlrmrntft in Front of
Public Buildings Not
Conducive to Rett.
GUARDS AT STATIONS
Workmen an Troopg
Clash at Frankfort
One Man Killed.
Ill M , I TIN
laiMxiN. Marcah Id. DarltM
' Ilk- fighting III lYiiiikfori. I. iht
..ins were i,iiini nut ittft w.iuridei.
aas 11,1 l:a.4inii. . Telegraph .11-
1 pntofi fpotn lu-riiu.
I'll.' (Milleo m'fr es.i,i,p.,Nl tn
leu vr I bo I. v It III .ailiaanirnevr of
t a in.vh widlng an arniM ilepoU I tar
illspiil.'li iiil.ls.
Ill HI, IV MaaTOh II Tier. tare
gnverntWOn It of (.ernumy uro atrOJ
mal.'lilng valla and o i. . . t.. grain
sintroi of tiio repaid to. ir. Wotf'
gang Hnp. who i laim. it 'be- new
i order nt it. 1 1 1 i and lilmea-lf ,'lian
OnUOTi is I'lliploylllg all Ilia efrorta
to aaaiin ttw- ikhivih prle ahw'
' the grovernnient under lillh muf
thoat ht ! I lo iidoiinlsler at
fulrw will MOan tnie dMtvorrevy, In-
irrnM'd ir.aluiiU,'nce. and ra.mar-r-I
vnMon of tlir ritlile Of ilw annrhlnjr
j arti,li'.
I rle.lrh'li ESMtt, prreldent of iJe
; old go v arnjiaent, wia wtth mtw of
Ills niliilslirs IuihiIIv wltliflrew frttm
It, i III. win ii (tie revolllng troopa
mar bed In and Hupp and von
I luiottwlt, i.sok oiitrol. la varloiisly
reported to no at llrravrkwi or Htull-
I garti anil Iron, lib) latalnt nf aefiirilv
lo I'altlng iiiM.il sawlulleLa and work
ing ' hii-srs i-.-iu iiiiiv to Blend by Uh-
old govrritin.-nt and lo uaas the otrtho
WcaApng Vo tb. ii tli. cgmntarr-ri'tnlu-tton
may he promptly aBipiirvveaeraJ.
strike la I nt ml n.-nt
In eewaina.. to lhal oppravl a gen
eral strike Ine. la .11 iitaaetabneal lit
Dtaay phi. '.. Ixil In oilier faarta of
(ernuio) the mil for a atiilu how
not laraen peavelvial with favor.
t.i.-.,ll. s.. 1 1 1 1 ... r i thuw far
lias i-lia rai-t.-rlrit il.r nrorrtntont
ns.ii Berlin, whtcatt fit' arie ar.
ih tying even la wttJi that a,'r,nlty t"
whu b UtO linao Ib-mi aoneliimril
Ity liic iM'd'tirrfwti-cei ff rett'iu year.
THriv la, bOWOVOT, an iinttrmimnii
af iiinlt h U-. jtii. Imi Usd-Htiv
laitglrriicnfa. have boon Uinnm up In
front ta tlif gnat lailMliia;, nmr
I alter den I liuh n itml W tlhrlm
Mtad, HPJIIpMI -'"il motltlnr gani
are pOOtod al the OfOaa invla ami
other HdnlM af ihaiauc. nntl rtrwilly
arrnod guartla arc atatlOtMal ihnoiah-
t ljC t-h). TIiIh 14 nn i nn iui.- nltrn
of m awl laic onMhoo w Ititi i lur op
poanl to thi' rt itiatrr-rvvolullnit
i aa rlta I tbair f hhk for f n t ti re
action.
There h;iB hoen onatant official r
Iteration of the Niatomant that Ihe
new government ! not reactionary,
that it dotH not dcHlra the roatora
tion of th monarchy, but that It
bad com Into force ao that Oer
many may ho rehahllltjattad. t'hanrel
Inr Knpp In a alatemont to tha for
eign oorreopofidentaj aald that the
condltlotiM of thn pearo treaty WOUld
If fulfilled, ho far A they coold be
rofiinclled with ilerrnan honor arj'l
fjerman'ft economic cnndltlon.
OppoaitOtM Hcvoloiaa.
While Adherence lO the new gov
ernment, haa been promiaad hv
Omi ol the outalda ntatea, raxmn
ha" ih ' land Jii4 iirir;t it. and Havarla,
VVurtemburg and Baden have Joined
i in denouncing t he movement, de
lola ling It a crime a. nn a the Her
man people 1 hat t he: progTeaHive
development "f the southern tier
i man pilaii ahould he distribute'!
i from Herlin TtlOOO Niatea announce
1 hur rei-fiKnltion ntily of the nation tl
avonembty
Tlie nutionul par'v refuaes to have
I relftUon With the Kapp gttvernnient
and ootiOprvattve leader Count Pn
loadowaky ens thai he will not
identify hi meal I with th new ohan
I re I lor Ilemhurg nn1 Parmatad'
arc aald t" be IrrenoonoOaVblOi
The Raxon proclamation "rta forth
j thai i a rnianv n threatened with
civil war, it nd therefore cnmp1"t
rum, nn account or the military
coup, -ind calls upon Ihe people to
protect "the il e i ii. a r. i tie and consti
tutional and lawful government "
Vim Htndeilburg in IWn Uirrtmnd
llaan while uf the great ftr
urea in the i u rn in national Uf
... , . I , nilanlvlioaf 1...
1 . . , , . ' .IS En
!??D hlmaelf In th" na. kirrau.id II
I mei Oloi octate, t.eneral Lud
Bjnquriff i n him'ii win avwataaj m
bralni and moving spirit of the nei
man army In 1 r m hrlligprent daya. ha
had n conference with 'he new chan
eellor Whin pained hetvveen them
la. of rovirae. not known. 1 1 ia poa
..ilile however, thai von Hindoo
hiirR. who l already a e.ndldalo
for the pretldrncy, may loom lareTe
before ttentt take i definite ehapo
With the advent of the tonernl
atriko proclaimed throughout or
many hy the Independent tOtlgltett,
iffll ated with Hie trade unlona and
letter orgnnl'atlona Hrrlln la al
in,,,iv beginning to fool the pinch of
tufferlng tgaltt The water anpptv
, bi i ii largi iy oul off itml rodAl
la tOArot.
Nnke nmuni'l'tE Trranpa.
Outta Noaltti in In liter or defenao
IH tho I ihe i I Kiivivtunepi ta i 'ported
OONT1M r.U ON T4QK tLKYtit.
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